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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885012301 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I' Semi VOLUME naI III m. iitefio 4$ amfmai NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER Xni. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1885. 412 PAINT UCHt QARRARD COUNYT. The subscription-boobusiness is comThe etiquette of the U. S. Supreme Court monly supposed to be based upon somo room is very rigid. Lawyers appearing beThe Ice crop is good and nearly evey-bod- y such plan as thlt: A presumably popular fore tlieCjurt are given just so much time has filled his house. work, printed with the largest type on the in which to present their arguments, and Mr. Allen Boatright, an old gentleman Fubltihcil Tiieaiiata ami Frlilny, thickest paper so as to swell the contents not one minute mote is allowed them. No shout 70 years old, is dangerously ill. of say two successive issues of tbo Sunday one is permitted lo take any notes of the Mr. John Patterson, of this place, exWmfd into a portentously portly sheep proceedings outside of the lawyers inside ga.UU 11311 ANNUM pects to commence teaching school at bound octaro volume of GOO pages, profuse- the bar. This is particularly true upon Brlght's School House, in Lincoln county, Wasn paid strictly Id advance. II we bar to ly illustrated with cheap electrotypes, ia decision day. If a spectator takes out a the 1st of February. John io a nice young wall any time, t3,50 will ba chanted. sold by subscription say at $2 SO a copy. piece of paper to make a note he is instantman and is well qualified as a teacher and Of this amount the author, publisher and ly warned by a messenger that he must when he is in a school room he knows what VV. P. WALTON. agent expect to clear about $2, leaving the desist or leave the court-roaThe rea -he is doing. IN- actual ccst of the manufacture of the book son of this is to avoid the sending out of Mr. Frank Lutei has sold bis interest BItmlcal 50 cents. This is the poplar supposition, incorrect statements about tho position of WIllC. Wall Paper, in the stock of giodi to R. G. Ward. The A Bride Well Posltd. lSOOKH, Clieuiicals, IuHtriieineHte, Iiiquor but it is positively and piinfully known the court. There have been several propostyle of the firm will ba Wird Brothers. FnintH, Stationery, Pocket I bold tt to be a truth constantly that the immediate business of the peram- sitions before the court to have its proceed' fobaccos. Soaps, Cutlery, Oils, eayeClsri Ihlle In the Cincinnati bulating agent is to matte the persecuted ings tepor'ei verbitim for the benefit ol Tney are fitting up the room formerly Perfumery, Lumps, Fire Arms, Slnchln by Mr. R."M. Argo as a saddle and Enquirer, that trtrj man will defend a victim buy a book he does not want. Tho legsl publlcitions, but the Needier. ourt ha always harness shop and will soon be ready for against all men except hinieeK, If peaceful rural homes of thin generally hap. been ageinst woman Our Jcrrclry, Silverware and I'pllcal Uuods Department Is lu Charge of Gel. anything of the sort. They busloesi again. Mr. Lutes anticipites goTitos. Illcharus, who will Repair Watches and Clocks promptly ami In tho frMsl you havn't no' iced ll already, jou have py lived are centre tab'ed and wall wadded have held that It would be a neediest wiste ing to Kansas. style. only to I uk fir it n hour or so in any with subscription books which have been of expense without any compensating Jack Hopkins, better known aa Jack place of mixture of the sexes. Cap your forced upon the unfortunate father of the to the legal profession. Even Tar, an inhuman father, left four of his eyes on a pretty woman without male es family, whoso only conization, ia rare cas where decisions are actually delivered they children in Jon old out honso of Mr Bill cort, and two phenomenal will become ob e, is that the roofs of hi honsr, turn, sheds are often held back for weeks for polishing Byrum at the beginning of the cold snap (herd will be a large Firstly, vious nnd other out budding d i not fairly brls before publication. without a bite to eat or any bed clothes auiiuot .f op:u and cirerl staring at her, tie with lightning rods -- the put up jobs of Lots of mean things have baen said save aa old bed tick filled with straw. to all of which her obliviousness I of the fiends who follow in the about At try Anderson, but the latest is They have been sleeping on a little straw course only annual. H.condly, if one of tracks - X.Y World. that bei arms nre so rtrf hnz ths.t sbe in the corner of the house an 1 would pull ) realz other are that the atrtjri happen t A Kii WoitD von Old 11a ye. There can wrsp them three times around the tick over them This Is all that kept at the aime Kami he will manifest p'clnly of Ilimeo's neck. If that Is true how poor them from fri'nz to death. They had hit disguu at ucb treatment of an un- is one thine to be said to the credit Hayra. After he left his high Kimeo must euffji; and yef, on second been there several days without anything protected bsauty, utterly ignoring hi own office he settled down quietly at hia home, thougnt, there are lots of gentlemen who to eat or any wood to' burn. Mr. Rirum oflenre. did not go into Walt street, did not bnve wouldn't complain the lea it bit if they has been feeding them ever since he found A. husband and wife got inl a street car. created for him; ould have eight or ten tections of Mary's out they were there. The man was tomewhat iludiah in bit drete. any kind of a subscription under twenty, and aa he made no money for himself personally loving arms entwined about their neck. The woman mi Eastern Ket-luck- y by being in league with whisky or other Mary has a way of looking into Romeo's , Tnu timber industry of pretty as nature and art are in the habhas attracted the attention of capila a plain, comface with those heavenly eyes of hers, that it of cotnb'nlng to produce. They were rings. He puts on no air', A great amount of money has been man, and he has sons who are would make a man who had had less expe- talists. T have chattering on the very aubject that invested in that section in the past year, to a great extent like him. If Grant had rience than HmeD think that he had tumhere introduced. and the returns have been quick and profitemulated Hayes and gone back to Galena bled into fairy land, or some other nice "I'ercival, dear,"atld he,"I will prore able. Among the most noted raisers of the itching desire to be a Wall quiet place, where and other to you that I am right, and take only ten without wishing to disagreeable things could never force an saw logs ia Thomas Henry. His escapades and without minutes to do it, if you'll promise not to street millionaire, would fill a volume. Ouo of bis peculiarbe eternally feled by the aristocracy of the entrance. 1st. That Dr. Bourne ia a graduate of one of the beat New York MedtcaL it." gel angry about ities is his fondness for the mountains. A would not now be regsrded as He clojed the contract. Then she drew country, he A Louisville brewer has a scheme by yt ar or more ago he came down into the Colleges. of charity by the very men whose herself up, ai though the husband aitting an object which he is going to connect every saloon wicked city, but recently he lua not ven2d. That ho ia an old Druggist, having learned tho business in Lexingtoa as strange r, and wait- society he courted. Tbey only used him beIde her w is an entire in the city with his brewery by means of tured from his nest among the crags. His and had an experience cf over eight years at the prescription case. a card for their own social and political Ia ed fir the cir to fill with pisenic.-rsas pipe, the same as those through which are making him wealthy, and he success, when he waa in th zenith of hia (on Fipare. water is conducted. It will be an immense ia content to nurse them. Mr. Henry is so 3d. That his Medicines are all fresh, just from the laboratories of N'ev come over clouds "Xjw," abe whispered leMnl hrr power. Now tbat the saving and beer can be sold much cheaper. devoted to his simple life among the moui York and Philadelphia. they ' pity the poor old man." and in him fan, "observe how I am ok td when In the first lace, delivery wagon will not taineen that it is doubtful if he will ever a small way are willing to help him, but alone." be netded, the beer will always be cool, return permanently to civilizitiou. Once 4th. That he does not trust to others, but puts up his own hands all prethe countty for Within fire minute be saw that half a wanttoahove him off on and it will (1 iw through a meter, thus in a few months enly does he come to scriptions entrusted to his care. Plain Dealer showing the actual u tantity disposed of, Frankfort to draw his share of an interest dcrin masculine paergrs, from hoary support. Cleveland bUndly nnd putting a check to the dishonest bar- he has there. Mr. Henry, it will be reage to cillw youth, eyed his briJe with 'Does your wife wetr a 5th. That he keeps all Drugs, --Medicines, Chemicals and Show Case Artimani- asked the smooth-torgue- d dry goods clerk keepers gettirg in their work. It is one membered, waa recently elected Clerk of the cles usually more or lent audacity ""I kept in a first clae3 Drug and sundry store. festly would not bate imileJ n suiallewt of Farmer Furrow, who was making a few of the grandest tchemes ever hatcbeJ, and Kentucky Court of Appeals. Lou. Comh r p tt to eelas purchases for his better half. beginning of a wink there is no reason why it should not be suc- mercial. 6th. That his prices are just as low as good, pure remedies can be sold. i rt of the young feller," said cessful If properly managed. upon her then and there. T "Now, look Keep to the Right. 7th. That Dr. Bourne's New Drug Store is opposite the Myers H6wer exhibition wai triumph fir the wife, but the old grande, with a look of mingled More ignorance is displayed by pedeslri-t- Stanford, Ky. The House of Representatives at Wash-incto- n experiment acorn and ferocity, "don't yer ba too fresh. the unit curious feature of her nn ttip utrM'tji on this sabiict. than on erjijB the luxury of a Committee remained to be tried. I may be a countryman, but I'll bj durned I on Acoustics. It is supposed to be charg any other principle of law that Bhould be "You certainly do teem to attract a great if I'll take ai guff from yer." to all persons tna taugni in iuc curknown ed wiih the duty of regulating the air deal of admiration," raid the huiband aup "Why, I didn't mean anything," timidly of the Chamber so that the members schools, U is a eimpl matter, and conpretended strangeness waa retorted the cletk. "I merely asked if your rents poring that the f of the road and can hear each other. This committee hss sists in yielding wife wore a jersey." at snd. keeping on the right. Then, in case of a Secretary, who receives a salary of $174 -She lifted her eyebrows inaimulated sur"Well. lr, if that's all yer want to know been in existence near- either accident or impudent disturbance, fellow had I'll tell yer. She milks Jerseys and feeds per month. It has prise, aa though an impertinent Many persona ly a year. Friday it made its first and on- the law will justify you. unwarrantedly accosted her, and piloted-l- y 'em and waters 'em but, by gosh! she ly report, recommending that a certain with vehicles, or swaggering braggadocio', turned her face from him. He under doesn't wear 'em confound yer picture." screen at the rear of the hall to removed. are so impolite and unyielding aa to give atood her now, an 1 did not speak to her N Y. Journal. It ia intimated that this scientific recom- neither half nor side of the street or road. Next, the drew her anoulder further. A Pennsylvania farmer, wha had tried mendation cost the Government of the With such perrons bo firm -- keep the right away from contact with hi. By this time various methods of keeping apples, obtainof street or road and the law will take United States not lets than 2 000. the apectatora were bettering that he waa ed the best success by wrapping each ap c ire of you and the other fellow too. annoying he dreadfully, and scornful glan-er- a pie in paper, placing in a barrel and headInTexarkant, Ark., a few days axo a Lexington Transcript. were aimed at him. II ir final trick ing it. tie bored holea in the top and hot man waa literally smoked to death. He u conclusive. It consisted in suddenly torn, so aa to allow a free circulation of air, was a little under the intluence of liquor, It is said that the Bank of France baa pulling her aklrta clear of hia turner, and and laid the barrel upsn its aide in as cool and upon returning home found the door an invisible studio in a gallery behind the deliberately aetting her feet aa far in the a place aa waa aafe from the frost. The locked, when he attempted to crawl into cashier?, so that at a sizcal from one any instantly have his other direction aa the end of the car would vartetr of apples was the Fallowater. On the flue, head down. The flue being cf an suspected cus'omer will without his own knowledge. permit. Njbody doubted that the dear, the 5th of May he opened tLc barrel and irregular width, the man stuck before he picture taken demure creature had been grossly in- - found them in most excellent condition. descended far, and was held until relieved The camera has also btcame very useful aulted, A mm arose from the opposite There were only twenty specked and rot- by death, which wis caused by the smoke in the detection of frauds, a word or figure that to the eye ffemed completely eraied aide. ten apples in the barrel, "while the color from a small fire on the hearth. being clearly reproduced in photographs "Will you exchange aeata with mt?" he was beautifully preserved and the applea The other day a gentleman surprised a of the document that had been tamptred and politely aaid, lifting hia had a delicious flavor. They were ftesh rery gallantly Boston lady who waa saying to her baby, with. hat moat deferentially. and beautiful in appearance, without any "Oa-ny- , no ny, e mussy tick out his little Now, he had been foremoat among the dampnesa or moisture," The camphor laurel, a native of China, footsy tootsies." Just then she caught veriest simpleton of crlginal cglers the and the tree from whic most of the camThere was a reunion of three brothers at sight of her visitor, blushed and muttered: phor of them all. commeics is ebtained, seems to Ellzabelhtown last week that was some- "No, no, you must not expose your ptdal have been introduced successfully into Cal "Thank you air," she replied, at blnnd usual. They belong to a extremities by extending them beyond the at a white heifer, "but I prefer to sit beside thing out of the ifornia, one tree in Sacramento having atfamily of nine chilren, of whom Dr. Joshua protecting covering of the blanket, or you tained a height of thirty feet. The wood, my husband." is the eldest, mill lay your system open to attacks of Thus, with the aame atone ahe killed II. Thomas, of Kllxibethtown, every prrt of which smells strongly of camJames B. Thomar, cf Fpiingfield, Mo, in catarrhal affection." that rulture bird and the dove mate whom phor, is light and durable, not liable to inmiddle, and Joreph II. Thomas, of abe had undertaken to instruct aa to the the To cure a horse of scratches put at night jury from insects, and much favorel by Danville, Ky , the youngest. These were phllisopby of male gallantry. a bran poultice. In the morning apply cabinetmakers. the three that met after years of separation. some of the following: Glycerine, four ounThe lumber for 43 000 clothespins The following, from the New York Mer Their united ages amounted to 220 years, L JHK ces: carbolic acid, fjur drachm?: mix and s cost ?3, and the clothes-pin- s aie worth and found of intereU to our cury, will be an average of 75 years and 4 month; apply a little every morning after removing $38050. Four kinds of saws, a revolving region people: their united weight to 57G pounds, and avthe poultice. polishing cylinder of iron and a kiln are It baa been ommonly supposed hereto- erage of 192 paun.ls. fRreckenridgeNews. Kentuckian. Put five drops of chloroform on a little rrnuiaitefor their manufacture, and the fore that when the genuine A pious lather on the West Side entered " little fun" he etrapped a couple cotton or wool in the bowl of a clay pipe, poor creature who makes them only has wanted a Clark street saloon last evening, and, to then blow the vapor through the stem into fifty per cent, profit when he salU twelve of of revolvers to his walal, threw his repeathis infinite surprise and unspeakable mor an aching ear and instant relief will be af- them for one cent. ing rifle orer his shoulder and started for tification, discovered his enly son seated at who had forded. a day's shooting amung those Two Dangerous Seasons. indulging in the wicked game a card-tabgiren him any real or supposed offense. Spring and Fall are times when so many people Buck ten's Arnica Salve. of euchre. He bounced the youth uncere1 But it appears that this is all a mistake. git sick. The changes In the weather sre tetere looking at the vacant The best 81 to In the world fr Cuts, Drulica, on feeble penons, and OTcn thoicwho are atrong amusement in moniously; then, The moit popular Winter Sores, Tetter, . mla.MlilA I t .. ft II II. a I at the table, he noted that his heir Bores, Ulor, Bait Rbeum, Ferer region is now certified to chair the Blue-GraChapped Uanils, Chilblains, Corns, and all Silu had left a very promising hand, and so he Cruptloa) and positively cures Tiles, or no pay re- Tbsn they are just In condition O be struck down be the shooting of the pretty but somewhat with some Und of terer A bottlo or two cf I'ark sat right down and finished it and raked in quired. I Is guaranteed to glra perfeit utlifsc-tlor-r's Tonic will Invigorate the digestion, put the odorous animal known as the skunk. mc-San relunded. Frio 23 cents per box. pot. This is virtue rewarded. the liter, kidneys and blood In perfect order and Strangely enough, the Kentucky belles Francisco Argonant. Tate A Penny. lor sale t more serious attacks. Why suffer and perobject to the sport because it aometimea haps die when I") simple a medicine will sare you? names A Hew Discovery. A Texas paper remarks: "The Good for both sexes and all ages. compels lovers to alt the whole evening on and Christ sound very aacred to Mr. Win, Thomas, of Newton, Iowa, says, "My sides of the room; but unprejudic of Jesus opposite twenty-Positive Cure for Piles, English speaking people, but among the has been seriously affected with a cough for bed people will say, let the boya stick to the years, and this Spring woro than erer fire names-gi- ven To the people of this county we would ssy tbat of clothes Spanish both are very common Better bury a suit skunk! fore. Sha had used many remedies without we hare been clTen the agency of Dr. Marchlsl's and surnames. At Laredo the other and being urged to try Dr. King's New any time than bury the man who was in Itallaa Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed day Jesus II. Christ was registered at one did so, with moit gratifying remits. The to curs or tuoocy refundel Internal, External, them. of the hotel. We remember noting a few first bottle relived her very much snd the second Blind, Bleeding or Itching Plica. Price 60 lenta "The cake" in a cow's udder can be cur- years ago that a Mexican named Je;us kottlehaa absolutely cured her. She has not had a box. No cure, no pay. Penny A JlcAlIster, io good health for thirty years." Trial bottles Druggists. ed aa follows: Bathe tho udder well three Christ had been hanged for horse s'evl-Infree at Tate A Penny's Drug Store, targe sits $1. tlmea per day with W water; manipulate Daughters, Wives and Mothers. while bathWe emphatically gaarantee Dr. Marchlsl's the udder well with the hand Never Give Up. Patti says: "Go to strangers for charity, a female reuudy, to cura Female Diseasing, and then apply ome mercurial oint- acquaintances for advice and relallveafor If you sre suffering with low sod depreweJ spirtroubles, Inflammation and its, loss of appetite, general debility, disordered es, such as Orarlan ment on the region affected erery niht. nothing, and yiu will always have a aup blood, weak constitution, headache, or any v Ulwratlon, Falling and dliplacematit or bearing feeling, IrregaUrltties, Barrenness, Change pir." ol a blltoua niturc, by all means procuro a down McUOHKHTS ti STAOO, You will be surprised of Life, Leucorrlicee, besides many weakneesca bottle of Electric Bitters. FIIKE DIKTltinUTIOX. the Drugjl.ti, who are atwas looking alter the from the abore, like Headache, to sea tho rapid Improfement that will follow; springing " What came tlia grrat ruth at Mcftobrrts Interest of their CHsfonwrs, baro now eecurcd the Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous de8ligg' Driitf Stor.J" The frro diitrlbtitlon ofsampla you will be Inspired with new life; strength and Lung Syrup, a remntle of Dr. Bounko's Cough and bility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac For sale by Utiles o( Dr. Daianko'i Cough and Lung Syrup, the sctlTltr will return! psln snd misery will cease edy that nerer fitli to cure Colds, Fala Id tk 60 per bottle. Bond you wilt rejoice In the praise of druggists. Prices II and ft I'lieit, sod all tunj Affections, For proof Coughs, aiut popular rrmcJy fur Coughs, ColJi, Coniumptbn nd henceforth pamphlst, free. Electric Bitters, eold at 50 cents a botlia ny Tata to Dr. MarchUl, Utlca,N.Y., for Begalar tU W eeaU anj Ilroochltla uow on the nutlet. Ittgular ilzoGO try a free sampta IrtttU For sale by Penny A McAIlster, Dra alsta. enny. AI' crnts ami 11.0. and M'ROBERTS&STAGG DEALEU9 Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky., rolf-evide- fenr, IHI.O. book-agent- a' I have received and am receiving New Goods for Fall and "Winter comprising the best in the market; which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley RTJFLEY. still mon-stne- e Seven Things To Remembek. t saw-Ioc- i. m j one-hal- OUR LADIES'. MISSES CHILDREN'S FINE KID AND GOAT (T IVue-Gras- SHOES BE le . m m E or sy pre-re- nt D i re-li- TRY PAIR g." dli-tu- BRUCE & M'ROBERTS, v al STANFORD, KIT. gt-0- SSSEETCSr" II w m m rK mm I otam PJ caTXT The sudden transition from vctnai. i CWrtTKrn.VG 0."Sli Mr. Abraham Sellgman, head of the Tbera wat a suowf4l of three inches in elicit- T$ banking houso of J. & W. 8tllRHian, is mildness lo hyperborean eeterity has Eastern Texas Tuesday ed frequent repetitions o: tbe tiacKnieu JO.UUJSG Secretary Teller suceeeds Tabor as U. dead, and A Pensacola paper saya that the niois untruth1! never saw such weather," S. Senator from Colorado. January 23, 1885 than the cot the fair infcretci from the oft recurring Stwford, Ky.,- Gov. Bate was Inaugurated yesterday crop ot Florida is worth moro market at less plaint is that tho great majtrity of the the as his successor as governor of Tennes- ton, and cin be put on willing to lake expeuo llioucmsnu exceeus inesuppiy American people would be see. W. P. "WALTON. more pieas - and there A grands)n of the Scotch paet, Cioipis not a county in tho btate in n rnntraet to furnish weather urn. mora inuablc. wore salubrious and Pittsburg for steiling which this product is not going to waste. bell, is in jail at regulate the A Wabuinotom correspondent of a New chickens. The latest Virginia plan is for Senator mnr. ..m.trlml. and in abort after irnresllgatloo, find that York paper, The president has directed Gen. Auger Mahone to run for Governor this year, seasons more judiciously than has ever yet $300,000,000 have been paid out for to remove the boomers from the Oklahoma with John S. Wise as his mate for Lieutenbeen done. Of courso the peaches are all Would kindly ask your attention to tho fnct that thoy iiavo jnet returned ' otcx fessiona in iho last fire. A bill ia pending territory. combination is suc- killed" but as this la a calamity which ant Governor. If this from tho cities with n large, fresh and woll selected stock of :& the House, and is likely to pw, increat--O.H. Piatt has been chosen Senator cessful Mahone is to return to the Senate his been cravely announced every year There K. .r.nnal amount $25 000.000. from Connecticut. W. H. Birnum, dem. and Wise is to become Governor of the Old without exception since time immemorial, varealco numerom private bllla which, in got 77 votes. it fails to startle those who have a recollecDominion. tlw fggrecate, will increase considerably The emigrant rate from Liverpool to Sir Herbert Stcwarl, in command tion of hivieg heard the samo somewhere Gen. the gross amount. Under the lawa already New York is now $8, and from New York of the advancs of the British army, 1,500 lw.fntp. fnnrrMlv those who cherish the Endleas in variety, ditinty in quality, nnd sutisfnetory in prices, this wo guarhai man- to Chicago $1. in force, and thoae that Congress strong, who left Korti Dec 30 for Metem- - belief that at some time or other they have antee. Onr nim shall bo at all times to supply every want in our lino. the treasury ifested an intention lo Florida has built more milea of rail- meh met the rebel forces, 8,000 in number, actually seen, gathered and tasted this will pay out in five years for pensions be- road during the past year than any other tinder the command of the Mahdi and a Jucloui fruit, tho product of their own and $500,000,000. The Southern State. tween battle occurred last Saturday and tho rebel cardens. Let us s'lll hope, therefore. Tom Consists of tho standard brands of Europe and America. Our largo lino bfcoming alarming and if the aaatter ia Sister Thereu, niece of Jas. G. Blaine, lors was S00 and his own 85. The troops V.tl nn mhr.m ha fallen the mantles of of cooking stoves includes tho justly colobrato I "Great Western Keservo" and thing continues both the tarifl and the died at St. Mary's Catholic Convent at of the Mahdi were driven from the field. Vcnnor, Tico & Co., predicts that the back many other futility favorites. increased revenue lax will have to be a mild temWilkesbarre, Pa. bone of winter is broken-t- hat MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. OUR CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENWARE STOCK consists in part 4a eel current demand. It ia hijh time The Indiana House hai passed to a prevail, and that wo shall perature will tfee effort to buy the soldier vote was third reading a bill to prohibit bue-bal- l Managed by Jno, B. Fish. have frequent and copious rains until the of Table, Tea and Chamber Sets complete, Glaeswato richly cut and etched. partita. plying on Sunday. 5.h of April. He reasons that aa is the In tho way ot BreadstufJs wo name Buckwheat flour, tho queen of all tfibee. S. II. Martin has bought Ashbv Owens' A man in Spencer county has 37 child12 h day after Christmas so will be the Our celebrated "G. M." patent (lour unrivalled for cake and pastry, whilo "Ths Senatorelect from New York , Hon. farm for $000. Mr. Ovrcns will move to regarded as one of ren, all living. He is SO years otd and has season for the next ninety days. The 0th Rice and Hominy, our own patiotio products, arc arrayed as faithful adjuncts. ."WHHam M. Evarla ia Missouri in the spring. of January commenced with a light snow All tho delicacies in foreign and domestic confections jurists in the country. been married four times. (faeaaoot learned The present grand jury have returned aro here. Seven hundred barrels of oil were takwhich was succeeded by a hiavy wsim Sawaabornin 1818, graduated at Yale about 40 indictments, nearly all effenses Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wilhwware, Electric lampj, Stationery, Canned dead in the Bay of Q E D. 1837 and beginning the practice of law en from a whale found against the local option law of this count- rain; hence: Well this is was not all a Meats and Fruits, and a comploto lino of Cigars and Tohtccot. had a dream- -it won great distinction. Santa Cruz, Cal., recently. "I yIa Wew York city, The President has decided to nominate ouiy a hint of what wo have. The trial of John K. Polk for the mur- dream." In yislons of the night methought President Johnson in his im He defended Massachusetts, Com- der of Owens was continued till next a sad convention of the scribes of the InRelieving that wo can make it to your intercut, wo confidently ask an exyewhment trial before the Senate; wa Carroll D. Wright, of of the United missioner of Labor Statistics. August, two material witnesses being ab terior Journal had assembled. A gloom amination of our goods anp your patronage, afterward Atttorney General A lard rendering tank exploded at portentious overshadows each anxious State and atill later Secretary oi oiaie Sioux City, , killing four men and dam sent. Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. But little business has been transacted countenance. la The merry greeting with President Hayee. He will reflect easier aging the building $25,000 worth. at this term of the court. I believe there which they erst had met was hushed. The ewdit on the great State of New York, Mrr. Mary Matthews, wife of the Chief has only been six or seven jury trials and eyes so wont to sparkle in anticipation of represented in the Senate by which is now Justice , isdjing at Wsshirgtcn. She is two of these were idiot cases and the oth- the pithy proyeib and scintillating wittifaro of the weakest men in it. an aunt of Col. Henry Wattereon. ers were whisky and pistol case?. cism were cold and lustreless. At length As exchange ssya that elegant and Cashier J. P. Shaw, of the City NationA damage suit against the Louisville Mu Vernon breaks the burdening slillcefs: bouquets are fnquently dropped al Bank of Lixington, is to be held respon- and Nashville railroad in which one Mr. he said, "to fold the "We meet trains inm the cir windows asbridge-mem- are passing sible for a part of Scraghum's stealage. Parker is plaintiff is being tried -- DtULEK IN- shroud around the cold remains of our ento ever the Ashtabula The President has appointed the rene- The damages are laid at $10,000 for being bright and beautiful brotherhood. The nemo Hkeesa, QrecerlCA, Natldlefl, Hardware, Stem people who had friends to go down in gade Emory Speer United States District ejected from a train on said road. decree has gone forth, tbe sentence ba been Nt&i&ft, Qucennware, Ilngxy fhr'i dark abyss when the bridge gave way Judge of the Southern District of Georfollowing attorneys have visited pronounced, the glad green earth ia no The Hufrgy Wheel, Htevesi, Cbhc MIIIm, Hem, wfcite a passenger train was pissing over it gia. this court since our last report: Col. W. more our home. Have you read tT CI rales, NpekcM, ago. It ia the only grave CJfler Mills, Lap Covers In the New York Legislature Repub- G. Welch, M. Peyton and J. B. Paxton, brethren, then description of our future a lew winters rjfeKevrare, Cern Hkellers, Cellars, Rltw, they know of the lost loved ones, and' the lican Senatorial caucus Monday night accompanied by J. P. Bailey, of Stanford; home Is needles. And yet it seeme a cruel Evarts received 61 votes, Morton 28, and C. W. Lester, of Williamsburg, T. C. Bell, act thus summarily to divorce us from our fiwry offerings are held in as much, Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Srinley Combined Flows. Wooden aa though tenderly laid upon a Depew 3, ed of Harrodsburg, and Judge Hsnjford, of early love-e- xile us from our cemetery, and are rarely molest- Ctit Pumpi, and tho Celebrated Mayflild Elevator. Tin Root-in- g A bill has besn introduced in the gtcTO ia a beCrab O.xhard. home assign us to an ancient enemy, -and Guttering will have prompt attendee. ed Legislature for the relief of the have orjan-iw- d The ladies of this towa cause forsooth In mountain futneises and d and Confederate and FedBaleamen J j0u Bright, Jr. a Woman's Christian Temperance gloomy gorges we failed to find events, TThk Courier Journal, always at the head Union and a Caod of Hope. Both hart f be class both in opinions and news, eral soldiers of the State. the relation of which would tickle the Nancy Sawyer, of Washington county, for their objects a hope and desire to break wt better aa the daya go by. Its editodainty palate of the bloated A number of the A groan of commiseration and Crab Orcb-ai- d rial page ia the brightest of any newspaper went to church Sunday leayiog her two down intemperance. When she returned best christian women in the town are enlicka for tariff re- children at home. r mad its We deeply ftel and lifts her voice. daction is winning fivor for It with all both house and children hai been consum- gaged in this work and their efforts are earnestly deplore the rigor of our sentence. wish to see the affairs of govern--ne- ed by fire. bound to effect something. When the sun of gayety is illuminating our John Kelly, broken in health and foreconomically administered. The reElder Demaree, of the M. E. Church village-w- hen life collected from every cast reduction in the price of its daily, tune, is coming South to recuperate. His South, hns been preaching some very elo- clime and wearing its brightest decorations wbkh will be seen by reference to the pros- organ, the New York Star, has suspended, quent discussions to tolerably good audi- is throbbing in our midst when love is IK- DIAt-KM pectus in another column, will give it even and Tammany, the apple of his eye, is de ences at this place sirce last Sunday night cooing in every grove when music is waftHe will continu the meetings until after wider circulation than it now enjoys, moraliznl and defeated. and ( ed en every brza when the dancers ll'it Drugs, Books, Stationery Women, wine and cards have ruined next Sunday, at which time the regular which has always been large and deserved. amid the rauuy ni uuioa. crsaturea of another sphere many a bitter man than W. S. Pate, the quarterly meeting will be held. Elders like our pencil Is a red hot article against the National Louisville merchant, who decamped with .Redd and Savage will be here to assist in Illuminated balls thentime and wecatches FbTilctsct' triKrlplloiia itturitilr rouruci!d. know JBmAb, the New York Sun says: "The the inspiration oi the a pretty German girl, leaving his busl-ne- si the services. to is that, whereis the national banks we can bssr our part In giving interest Jroth and family to take care of themMr. T. N. Roberts is able to be out on But the columns of cur beloved Journal. were originally crexted to make purchasers selves. tho streets again. Mr. J. W. Miller informs winter of our discontent set in, for Government bonde, it ia now propose! Chas. Hodge shot Wm Jenkins at me that he will receive orders to start D, when the streets re echo in mourn- Tho Largest 8tock of Watches, Clocks, bonds for the purpose of making Chattanooga. to create Some one had insulted P. Bithuram's distillery some time during when our deertd Jewelry and Buverwara only the cccaeional foot fall of national banks. The thing is preposterous, Hodge's sister, and being told it was Jen- this week. Mr J. C. P. Myers' wife has ful cadence who advocate fain to hang Em taught to thli market Vilrt Lower thin we are ad Congressmen and others kins he shot him without making any in- presented him with another son. J. A. the silent wayfirer tbe I) wot. Watthca, Clocti and Jcwtlrr rtl it commit a serious blunder. The country vestigation, Jenkins did not even know Stewart and wife contemplate moving to our voiceless harp upon the willows." Lanoo tbott notice and WamnUol. a look of injured innocence dls. longer in need of the national binks the yourg lady. iaso Is al- caster with Florida in a few days. Their home and reared amid the d will witness their departure without a Jonathan Chace, who was yesterday ready completed and ready for occupancy. coursetb thus: Born C. BISIGIHT. P. CrilRAN. paag." r.r rninr ecerw of historic Garrard . elected to the United States Senate from WA YNES3URC, LINCOLN COUNTY, MT. in mir every Dulsation an echo lo .!:,. "We learn on good authority that Cap. Rhode Island, is a member of the Society storied past animated Phil. B. Thompson, Sr., is a candidate for of Friends, and will be the only Q laker in By the new time table on the C. S. the war cry of her in Mercer county. The the Senate. As that body has no super- railroad we have four passenger trains in by the proud spirit that has given to her a tho Iifcislature by her distinCaptain is without doubt one of the best fluity of religion, the introduction of Mr. the middle cf the day, besides a local just renown, surrounded know!--edg- e living and gez'ng upon the sepulguished criminal lawyers in the state and his Cnace ra 17 tend toward its spiritual good. freight each way. mighty dead, we mourn to generally of law, and the demands of Lou Times. There is not much sickness heie. H. chres of her representative are desira -- 4he times, would make him a most It transpires that O.ive Biteman, who S. Singleton is very liw with consumption feel that we her hmble region unknown as to itsgeog -"Me member in the body that needs at least washuog in Anderson county, Mo., last and Howard Minor is very ill. Milton ordered to a IN- raphy, uncongenial as to society, unhealthy lew good mem fall for the murder of the two McLaughGooch is down with a broken thigh. and destitute of postal conSince our community has given up in its climate The Ohio Legislature has adopted a lin girl;, nine and twelve years old, comWeshantgcr Then Danville venience-. edI joint resolution to place the statue of Hon. mitted the crime to hide a fouler one. The drinking and gambling an turned to takes the floor: "I claim," Le insinuated, 'William Allen in the hall of the old Houee children had discovered unholy relations ucation and improvement, wo Lave one of error in the pleadings and demand a After all republics between him and his sister, and the latter the most orderly In the county. Prof. S. D. "an . JJipreaentatives. 1 don't admit tho supjreedia in the ci.se Gooch hss a subscription school of 10 scholaw not ungrateful nor is everything "a is now in an interesting condition. master to transfer my right of.my former -- Elitor M'Clure, of the Philadelphia ars and it is constantly increasing. d n barren ideality.'' though it bj to his dearest Times, went to New Orleans this week to Aa bad as last Sunday war, our rchool allegiance even -Rosecbans ia by no means a visit the Exposition, and he had hardly at Double Springs had 50 scholars in at- friend. I protest sgalni-- t his authority to AND Gen. man. Speaking of the gotten off of the train when he was arrest- tendance, sorao of them coming 3 or nay to ancient Nicholas in reference to me, which literally means "you Cabinet he rajs: "I think I ought to be ed on a warrant sworn out by the Louis- miles-The average attendance for the hala,corpui, I therefore demur Se:retary of War. I want it; iana State Lottery Company, charging quarter was 125. Cm any of your town may have hia appointed tho people want me there, and uir experi- him with libe'oiu publicitions about the schools beat that record? The congrega- to the who'c proceeding and will ignore a interpoeo the ence fits me for it." lottery, and laying their damages at $100,. tion at Double Springs is preparing to writ of sjeclment. Thus I " Hustonvllle next mildly COXNISTIAU OP build n church at this place in the spring law in the case "The next to the richest man in tin St n 000. Mr. Blount has introduced a bill in and asks contributions from friends every asks to bo heard: "Brethren, the time ia is distinguished ate, Mr. Philetus Swjer, the House which directs CilUctor.1 of In where. with eventa of the graven mofrau-- ht alone for never having made a speech beWhen saten ternal Rsveaue to collect a tax on all whisment and despest interest. HUSo'fMLLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. fore the body. Perhap3 be is too stingy to A fiendish ky in bonded warehoussa at the expiration of Heaven- -" wa cast out pay a decent man to write him one. of the three yeu., re'irdle?a of the recent Peyton will bein a laugh here electrified sptaker and sudienc, Mies Eugenia V. The Home does not ecem disposed to instruction! by the Secretary of the Treas- select school at Parochial Ac3deaiy in Tho Monarch of the lnfernl, more hide tacklo tho bill to give Federal aid to edu- ury, bleed on the decision of the Attorney Hustcnville, on tho 21 day of February ous than ever MUton pieuue-- i mu., cation, aa it refused by a vole of 54 to 125 General. "Give the devil hU due," ne 3t pearcd. 18S5. to entertain Mr. Willie' motion to The fniuguralion Committea are vigo F. M. Yowell and wife have the sin .!.,,.,!. "I kne have waited lor iai, u,, AT ALL TIMKS A PULL I.iMl OP rously at work and all branches of the cere sympathy of this community in their proudest hour. You all have baffled me city In the great undertaking evince a remarkable de- oflliction under the Iom of their litllo up to this day and fought ngntnst my royal Louisville is the buslcBt -a world at present. The ilch, we learn from gree cf rc'.ivity. The preliminary work at daughter, Corn. supremacy. But I have a legal title nowand sworn tc. tho astute Vidmin, is rrsvalent and every- the new Pension building ia being pushed deed of gift, sluned, sealed Throat iliseisw have been prevalent forward, aud everything is almost reidy for some weeks among tho younger chil- T rlaiin tho entire Btsfl (except that lucky body is busy scratching himself. f jr stretching the great steel cable which it dren, crafting considerable alarm, and in lint.l.oker. aod I will take him in tim. ) MOTES OF CURHENT EVENTS. In sgony 1 to eerve a? the rldge"poll of tho temporary some cases proving fital This has had a Come with roe my children." I J. Johnathan Chate has been elected U. canvass roof. The canvas which is to com- marked effect in diminishing attendance at wako and write at once to the prise the temporary roof is now being eewn tho pchools. 8. Btnator of Rhode Island. IVashed-Ou- t Hair. and DJn VoorhetB was reelected Senator by sailmakers at the navy yard. The hall President Jsrman, the There ii a tort of raUid, chalky complexion votes over ex Governor in the new Pension building in which it ia enterprising origicator of the stock fails from Indiana by 45 which tho iiorclUU call a "waihe-- oiitcoiuplot proposed to hold the inauguration ball is among the colored people has won the title Ion." Porter. It la jtbaallr enough and no tnlitafco Chairman Birnum says there U not a 300 feet long and will form, it io expect id, of Good Samaritan in tho midst of a Wailiod-out- , fadfd, colored or pirtt'Coiorrd hair word oi truth in the etory that the Nation- - a bill room which for spacioueresj end ele- crooked, pervme and pelfiih generation. Ualmoitai rfpuliWe au.l melancholy. I'arlrci'a el .democratic Committee is $150,000 in gance of appointments will be fully in La?t week during the heavy rain a weary, Hair Miaul will rcttoro your hair to Itsororiginal llatk, whaterer It wai; brown, auburn keeping with the importance of tho event woe begone,- - wet, hungry, ihivering and color, wear Why moil on your head, when you may In the House a bill was reported, celebrated. It is estimated that twelve bedraggled pai'", consieilng of a rann, a have lively, thlnlcs hair aliens an'djorcignera from ncqulr-ioa lands in tho Ucittd thousind people can be accommodated at woman and five children presented title to and owning cum: koii i'u,k. the ball with'out discomfort. An admisat the president's home, imploring Plltn aro frequently prectdeJ ly a ui uf Ulit who waylaid and sion of $5 will be charged which would They were white people, but shelter. The cowardly scamp loliit nnd lower part of the ntxlvmeu, ?G0 000; a pretty steep amount to pay Btated that shey had begged of their own In tho Lack, clubbed editorT. D. Marcum has been ar canting tl.o patient to suppose ho has om nftVetlun race, in vain, an asylum for the night, ol tho MJneyi er neighboring organ). At tlmri, wted and held to await the result of the out for such fun, The jecords of tho Treasury Depart Mark threw wids his door, replenished hia )mptomicf indigestion aro pteieut, m fUttilnriM, wounds he inflicted. of tho ftomaclc, etc. A n.oUtitro, IiUh Miles Ole, the counterfeiter, pleaded ment show that during 1881 one hundred elowinz fire, made room at hia cheerful unatlnts prodiiclnsruery dl(aguablo Itching, and thirty five appointments were made in hearth, and as a very geuim of hospitality inspiration, All the above goods have been bought very Low and ffolltv at Memnhls Tuesday in the United aftur E'ttlng uarm, it a ury common attendant and Itching I'llcn ) Itld at onro to tho Slates Court and was sentenced to' six year that department under the civil service contributed of hia stora to cko out their IUIii 1, the smallest possible marign. Wo rerule, and not one of them a democrat. It ! scanty provision for a moal, gave them com- - application ifl)r Ilotnuku'n I'lle i:uIy, m McIi acta will be sold in prison at Chester, Illinois directly upon tho paid affected, absorbing the is mid that Mr. Blaino has bean could not have been any wone, if tho old fortabjc quarters for tho night and In tho Tumori, nlbjlng the Intents Itching and anUtlngu spectfully ask an inspection and invite It Lnii hptfn.imrjiiAil lint competition. Prices r morning sent tb?ai oa their way rejoicing, permanent cur, l'rlco 60 fnti. Addiees tin 1'r. ieeteUy working with the Mrton men lo snol ; v." y"b ence win ue useiui in snowing low eUMi1C with hU henedictiou. "Honor to whom Ilnanlo Mwllcluo Co., Piijua, Ohio. fc'uU b Millob. batKvarTif-f?defeat not alote Arthur, and goods guaranteed. BRIGHT & 0UREAN. these rules are ert tagj. . honor is duo.'' United Etitea Ssnator from Now York w.aaeeHBlnbrioroarral Pho m i fv H w. TAYLOR BROS. Lr!rajf; p, Our Hardware and Pocket Cutlery th i -- to-da- W. H. HIGCINS f Ires, D-nt- liar Whip, C sun-light- si Ten-nem- ee A one-arm- one-legge- blue-grajser- sledge-hamme- at -t- ta-who Foa?& WM Uh PHARMACISTS, iff -- jgMtfftH vm JEWELERS. Ite-Iil- If. J. BRIGHT & CURRAN. DEALERS -- Groceries, Hardware, Queensware FARMING -- mealy-mouthe- d 1 . circ." IMPLEMENTS Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton per Turning' Plows. Clip- con-eide- r. woll-know- l Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Wagons. Oar Carriage department will be full and complete with the best makes of Carriages. Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Jayrauar Wagons, Buckboards. Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at ia-el- g them-eclye- w Wo also havo a Largo Lino of Walking and Riding Cultivators. Solo Agents for Bloc-din- - r mt.ft iLavsI """ , &M8ftcehlg 3nttiiororwI St&aford, Ky., January 23, 1885 LOCAL TIME C4RD. 13 45 DO t.SN, Mall train toln " " Exprrsttraln" " " ' .... Norn The adore U calculated on atanitard lliao. Iniel .thout 20 uilnutes faatar LOCAL NOTICES. North- Bouth Bouth....... .m.i 2Ill ....... lMr. x. mm, Bolar r. u. a. u. ' McAllsler. VAIcitM and Jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted by I'ennjr A Mc A lister. been purchsied this week and among the A coMrj-ETitock of jetrelrv, latent purchasers it a good Presbyterian dracon. style. Kockford watches n rpeclalty. Pen nj & McAliiter. the dream in the Hustonville E Boy jour rchoot books from Penny A ! Riv. J. E Trlplett will preach next Sibbath at McKlnney at 11 a. m. and at looked badly ever since, but we hopo the. I offer lor sale my Form at Hang'nz Fork Bridge mauilt ntl not prove fatal as wo can not on the H snford IiustotiTiIle turnpike, contain-Id- r Ii will pa ou to get our price on cof- Rings Mountim at 2:30 r. m H', rt vruHofFlne BlucOrair. Land, 20 fee, b sack, before purchasing. They have a preacher at Ojreneboro very we nfTird to tive him up ust yet. We have ArrelpeiK Terr llch lioltom lacd, all well plenty of water for stock an I domestic over 60 bags at price that will nstonidi ou. named Vantrooilenbergbe. If you can pro Snow avalnnHir All let tons are warned aptlnsl putting In in the Appenintin grain, pasturing or meddling with ttli i lace In Bright A Curran. nouoco him, jou cm take him so far as we mountains ore wlpii g oil to ns nnd killing any shape unit st authorized ly me, as I will all such jartlos to the full extent of the law. hundreds of peopl . The train for Ltrjcaiter on the K. C. are concerned. II'. ft. IIKUVFt.. A deep religious feeling pervades LouPostmaster General Hstton has tent to 40$ It now leaves tho Junction at a M , takRawlins, HyomlnjTe rltory. isville tnd many revivals are in progress. the Chairman of the Howe Committee ing the iNTEiuon JouiiNAi. over to the good en lned the various Postcffices and P.tsiroads the draft of a A. people of that little city in time to read at Over 500 persons have churches this month. bill to rednce the postago rn newspapers their matutinal meal. There is in progress at Hartford Citv from two cents to one cent per pound. THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL We knew that the fact that four of our Ind , a Methodist revival that smacks of The Georgia desperado, John W. citizens drew $25 each in the Louisiana the prestir.e and And tho Louisville backwoods history of that Smith of Heard county, who, without Lottery would stimulate business In that church. The sinners fall into trances, tho provocation, shot down Banner Biker in Weekly Courier-Journ- al lino hereabouts, A number of tickets have weaka ago, I pur-piierrcs-ecut- The tine of tha express trdue on tho L. A N. has been changed going south to 1 12 A, m. nnd going north to 2:30 a. m. RELIGIOUS. ureof "acertala If tie InJIvtdutl" n few that thr have noticed he has For J5ale fi.nt-e- d 0jff d- ' r pit i. - e 5 Ornml Combination -of information which -- 0.bl,..,: without. '""uld LoelTiu The popularit cf ISf... nKI,rJ AstrnicAH l anch that Iti eir- i.l 1. ""! eiuain tnat or an otner rapeti Xiii rl,i,c1ml'!,"''J iTlcr, 3.20avrr. ikq in,i"- - k'lfl all rewtdealera. MONN 4 S.1 rablishcra, No.1I BrotCway, N. Y. Sol o r.f ?!L csTAnreirtiH4n.5? t vien infr tAnAWIv riv fit) n.ienci meiuaniCT, uP? discrverlei, larention and pattnla r sTLnnmfcer Mration, fnrr.lbn il'untrated with rn,7ST,n"i Th pit i. d- iTPMfr nna icni-iunTrnitr-lInrl- Mann fVt.J-a- Lest letter christians shout and to nn outrider it would seem to be that the devil is to par generally. The tntetiogi are sometimes protracted till 4 a. m. -- 4s 4-- may not be understood we will state that LAND. STOCK AND CROP. PERSONAL it was caused by a recent paragrnph conWheat is worth 82 to 85 cnU iu LouM. Pbvton, EtQ , has gone to Mt. Vcr-no- n signing nil our coneipondents to the devil isville. on legal LuiIneM. except the one at Paint Lick, for failing to A. T. Nuonelley sold to Ad. Citron 1 Miss Ax.uk Hubble, the prfttv send In communications for a certain issue. plug horse at $55. daughter of Mr. Lovi ilahble, la with Mi The author of the paragraph acknowledges A Birkshlre hog, four years old, SalJIa VanDavcer. that it is a dead give away. weighing 1 205 pounds was exhibited at T CAnrESrzn, Ej., returned Yzstehday, Mr. W. M. Guile passed Knoxville, Tennessee, this week. Wednetdajr from a bu.dntw trip to Frank A Fyet(e count farmer sold In Lex. through to Ourrard, his home, looking fort and Lexington. Miss Cyntiua Caiison hat closed her very much u if be had been to an Irish ington, three hogs weighing respectively He waa prospecting in the no, ou and WO pounds for $80 10. milliner for the present but will open wedding. West and while at Malloon, III., the horses Tnorn A Mcllwain sold to W. II. Hen. again earl In the spring. Mim Klla BnoAUDCs und Mra. P. B. to a hack in which ho waa riding became dricks, of Fleming county, U head of mules for 5,000; nearly $115 per Broaddur, of Madison, hare been visiting frightened at an engine and ran ofT, throwMr. R. E. Barrow and Mias Jennie Broad ing him out and cutting his head and face bead. very seriously. For two days be lay sense-lew- , -G- sonaETOWN dus CounT.-3- M cattle on but now seems to ha out of danger. market with prices ranging from 4 to 5 FAituJo to rent their residence here, M SSI cents. Yearlinga sold at $2760 per head Mr. II, T. Harris and daughter, Minea Better Than Gold. This is the title Elk i, Maggie and Be file bare returned of a drama shortly to be enacted at Cal and calves at $23 23. A lot of 30 2 rear. olds, averaging 7C0 bf. sold at $30.01, frcm Louisville. lege Hall, Crsb Orchard, by the very best We learn from one of the Jonesea that local the JIlut'Grats Ctipixr witnessed r. talent. Mrs. Settle Li wis Buchanan cently tLe weighing i f the great race horses we are like! to loe two of our promhlng is President of the Club, a sufficient guarLongfellow and Ten Broeck. bath bolnp oungmen namel, Mew. Wtu. Ooocb antee that the entertainment will be a in good and Ja. Alcorn, who contemplate interestcondition. The former weighs 1,- dramatic succeed and aa the proceeds are ing (hemselvea in Lincoln county. MZ lbs., while the latter draws the beam at for a charitable purpose, we are sure it Signal. 1,225 lbs. will also be a financial cucctsi. The date The Louisville cattle niarWl t ,tMI!r has not yet been decided upon, but we shall on LOCAL MATTERS. good, dull on common. Prices run freaa give due notice when it Is. Tint Kink will be open to night and a li to 5.C5. Hogs are active and hlaher. ii big lime I expected. 8itooTixa. As Fred Billey and The lowest and highest pricea are i to Bad ii Thomas Bailey were riding along the road 4.W. Hueep are firm 'at 2 to 4; Iambs 3 to Two Chandelier, with Lvrnps, for sale some three miles from Crab Orchard, 4 cents. cheap. T. K Walton. P. P. and A. T. Xunnellcv boueht for Wednesday last, they claim they were Wb are still aclllng a ver handsome fired on by three of the Manuel boys. Croaefield A Ripy, of Anderson, of Clsrk N. 0. Sugar, IS lb for 1. Bright A Cur. Tbey returned the fire and 15 or more shots wssn, zu nogs at HJ. of Ick Lackey 20 at ran. were exchanged, but strange as It may ap 4, Ware A Robinson 20 at 3i. W. T. Mar- tin 12 at 3J, 8. II. Biughman 20 at 3J, Comie end fee our line of Cooking j!ovr, pear to thou acquainted with the good msrkmanship of that part of the county, and of Adam Pence CO atTJJ to ii. bf far the largest assortment ever brought One of the iareit sales of cattle ever nobody was hit. Sheriff Menefe went up to Stanford. Bright A Curran. and arrested the whole lot and took them made in Texas was at Dallas. Curtis A Out cone'pondeol at Danville telegraph, before 'cjalre It. II. Bronaugb, who allow Atkinson, of Henrietta, sold to Mr. Gooded that the Southern train waa an hour ed them to give bail for future trial. night, of the Panllandle, 5,000 head of cattle for $150,000 cash. They brought $30 late, hence no letter from him. The Bos Deep. Deputy Clerk John per bead. This is considered a verv evtra. IL J. Dabst oflore for rale 12 building Bright took Mrs. Mary Surber's acknowl- ordinary price, and shows the live stock lotf, CCxl32 feet, between S.anford and edgement to a deed this week for 1 10 acre outlook imrrov!ng.-Kan- eat Cowboy. Bowlsnd, well located and accessible. of Pulaskl'Iand that the sold for$l,100i .'--A special from Abilene, Tex., says , Ml. or more signers to (he, eed that owing to the cold "We are in urgent cctd of mone and There were many ranchmen have and fjr the signatures and acknowledge lost vast numbers of sheep. hertb ak nil indebted to tiato come and Msj. J. Cabell menta it took about half a ream of fools-ci- p Breckinridge, formerly pa us it once. B. M tiling! A Son. of Kentuckr, who paper. They embraced three genera- owns a ranch near Abilene, is reported to tions, eight children and their wives and have lost all of his Qock of 2,500 Tur. stockholders of the Cmntrrv Com. sheen. Me rtrpiested to meet at the offici of hubind, seven grand children and the The co en try ii covered with snow to n wives and husband, of those married and Hill A Alrorn, at 0:30 r. si. depth of five inches and greatly increased the deed had to be tent to three states, Misnight, 21b. suffeting is expected unless it speedily souri, Texas and Ctlifornia, for some of Hoiiert Mc'Wade Iim secured the Opera their signatures. The cost of executing it melts, for it is imposdble to secure food in time on ranches Times. Houre next ThtimJav nigh, Jan. 29ih for amounted to quite a snug sum. the rendition of bis great clnractcr of Kip CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTt. What Paul Said. Mr. D K. Garrard Van Winkle . .. Mil writes from Manchester to tell us that The present Ice crop has been a fine Dn Steele Bailey and K P. Owsle Thomas, more commonly known aa Dad one, especially on ponds, and the person just received from a party in New Wagoner, died a few days ago aged 07. hare He who has not gathered a sufficient supply is Jene a six months old Jerie bull clf of was a soldier of the war of 1812 and in afhimself aloce to blame. the flcest blood. ter ears preached when ever the spell got Andy Rice bought fevers I work horses hold of him. It is related of him that in this vicinity last week for the southern I AM much in need of mone and mutt have it to carry on my businerr. Thosa in w Jle preachinp, oo 0;ter Creek on one oc market, for which be paid from $00 to cation, he tent Bard Hubbard after some $100 per head. R. H. Bronaugh sold this debt to me will therefore pleae come whisky. Bard stayed some time and Uncle week to Jesse C. Fox 10 head of two.year and settle. II. C. Kuplev. m ,m III Dad went to preaching before his return. old steers for $15 per head. KtUEMimt Prof. Hawct' entertainment When he did get back the old man was Since the recent rains J. II, Hutching at the Prctbterian church to night. He going it in a weaving way and yelled out the has started up his distillery and is making is said to be a llae elocutionist. Admbwion bibical ravage, " And what did Paul say? ' whisky at a lively rate. Now George D BO cents, school children 25 cent. Proceeds Bard thinking the question was address- can't visit Stanford quite as often aa before for the bent fit of the parsonage. ed to him, yelled back: "Paul said by God, it rained, so he will have to "make the can't get any more whisky from him most" of a visit to his girl when an oppor When the six colored chlldred filed o you the rchool. houre at Williamsburg Moo-da- , till you pay for that already gotten?" It (unity presents itself. Ojr young folks have organized anothover 100 white ohildren filed out. The h hardly necisstry to add that there waa but little more enthusiasm In that sermon er Dramatic Clnb. Mra. W. K. Buchanan pjoplc there don't take to mixed school as disappointment took the place of hoc will direct the entertainments, which ia an worth a cent. in the old mnn'ii breast a'suranre of aiicces. Their first play will 'Omni Bu.1." Alioiuj, who killed a be "Belter than Gold," and will be renderMARRIAGES. mm in Louisville and ircapcd, has been ed at Cole,re Hall next week cr early next feen iii Loiiisvil'u I'd ile'retivo are ou Ii Mr. Alorri Coats, a widower from month. We bepeak for them a good trail. Jl -- Mi t. i.tfi of this county and Buchanan county, Mo., was married vester house as the proceeda are for a charitable alwajw hf e. luil one. day to Miss Martha, daughter of Mr. David ptirpoae. Moore, of the hait hn J. y We petitioned the Legislature at its Tub tuercur begsn to drop again Tne mirritja of Col. John R. Allen Jat ression to grant us a normal departafternoon and yesterday morning it had gone to 5s below tiro, the coldest to Miss Elizi. daughter of Col. II. T. Dun ment to our college in which teachera could snap so far thU was, At paints in the can, proprietor of the iW, id announced tako a course and get State's certificate, to take place I noway evening, Fub. 3, at which would do away with being examined KoulhneU it wont to 10 below. Christ's church. Lexincton. before a county supirintendent upon appli-cstioTjik Stanford Mills nre now in Hugh D. Terhuno and Miss Maltie for a public school. Oar represenrunnug order, and B. Matting! A Son nre Mariman, of Harrodsburg. cloned to Cin tative, Hon. T. P. Hill, Jr, wrote us the prepared to do all kind of custom grinding. cinnati and wero married TueiJay. Mr. bill had pi&ied both Houses, waa signed They will clsu piv the highest ruArket Tcrhuce la a member of the drug firm of and was r. law,but when the acts camo out price for wheat and wish sjtno riht at Jauiei A Terhune nnd a Cincinnati paper we could not find it in them and weto once. siya that it was when ho firJt began to uneasy about the matter. To Lirri.K Howard ItKfcf.MlI to n lady draw eoJa with red avrup for tho lovely thojo concerned we oan say that we interbcreycelerdiy: "Maun got a letter from girlaat tho fotinlnln that be becime emit viewed Mr. Hill upon the tubject last Uncle Jim Brown in Chicigo and it mys with tho bright eyes nnd winsome ways Tuesday and he saya he ia certain that the the thermometer is twenty feet below zjro.'' of tho pretty miss who yesterday becime act Is a law, that he carried it to tho Gov It is a bad time on tinqlo men up there, if Mra. Tcrhuno. crnor in person and aw him sign it, and this stitement is oorrcct. that it Is the fault cf the enrolling clerk DEATHS. that it ia not in l!ieac!. The net earning of (he L. A N. foi -- Dkath Mr. Samuel MnAninob, a Jacob Higgles has been confinid to the Mcjijd week in January showa an in worthy and respected citizen of Casey, died hta rojm for several sueks. G. W James crease over last year of $01,300. Tho net at his hocie ictr Middlchurg, a few days has birn quite ind!spoed for several days. revenue for the last six months was $3,403, ago, of typhoid fever, leaving 11 children, Ho baa spells similar to thcea experienced 320.05, leaving after paying for construe throe of whom are down with the an me dis- by Dr. Montgomery before his death, and tion, fixad nlurfsand tnxeo n surplus of ease It is feared that tho fever is of tho suffers inten'ely nt t tint p. W. M. Howard $870,820.77. same nature of that which caused tho death sold his largo stock of goods a few days ago Mil. J. A. CAiti'ENfEit, our clever depot of ho many in that vicinity n few ycara to Mr. Jaruea Green, of Prehchersvillo agent, haa a curiosity in tho shape of a ago. neighborhood, and an invoice of stock is stick umilo for him by n friend. It U of Mr. Gejrgo W. Bobb5tt died last night baing taken at thia writ'iug, Mr. Howard whito holly Mid in inlaid with a black ma- at the home of Mr. Gua McCormack, of is an cntetprising business man and we terial, which hIiqwa b;aidcs engines i:d consumption, nged about 10 years. He would be sorry to loec him, but we aro other rnilroud tlcijtH, the name of all the married a Miea Peyton and she with two uuicquaiu'od nlih hU future plans. Masgeneral c libera nnd Mr.Cirponter'depicIal children curvivo him. The reanina wjll ter Geo. W. Bronaujh, Jr, who has been ohumaamoni; the telegraph (iparatiM and be buried, to day fit 11 o'clock p,tho .cewc; very much slilictcd with inlltmmatory sore egentt. The cone conies in varr htnily tery nt McCormackV churoh". Mr. Babbitt eyea for the past two woeka ia very much r now as Mr. C ii sufierlug from an attack wui Kellknuan In. this locality, havlng'held impro red, M W. Junea, our "a:ribbler of rhgutnatMin and hobbles about tvltli theofU:e'6rcn;utabJao.ffo of or more" terms pen)oua1i," is confined to his room, Simo and been attstloneer for a'humblr of'yea'r. say his lEUchoIfllsnllT. ." sickniss was ciuedbytho-depaf- t.turn ii ii ii mmmmmiS t. Thin people, "Wells' Health Henewer" restores health and vigor, eures djipe psls, Ae. (I. "Bough on Tootniche" glTeatmtint relief. 15c. Lsdlet who would retain freshness and vlvacltr, don't fall to try "Weill Ueallh Beaewer." "Bnchu-palba,- " great kidney and nrlnr ry cure. Files, roachea, anta, rati, mice cleared out by "Bough on Bats." Itc. "Bbugh on Coughs," troche, ISc; liquid, 35c. For children, tlow In derelopment, puny and delicate, use "Wells' Health Brnewnr." "Bough on Dcntlit" Tooth Towder. Try It. 15c. Nervous Weaknear, Djipepala, Sexual Debility cured by "Wella Health Btnswcr." f I. Mother Swan'a Worm Byrup, for feTerlahceci, worms, eonitlpatlon; tatttlru. 25c. Btlrglng, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary emnpttluli cured by "Bnchu-palba.- " 11. Night tweati, fever, chills, malaria, dyipepila, cured "b j "Wella Hrahh Benewer." My husband (writes a lady) la three limes the man since using ' Wella' Health Itmewer." fl. If you are filling, broken, worn out and ner-touse Wella' Health Benewer." f I. rrcsalence of Kidney complaint In America; " a a quick, complete ru re. tl. Ud-buBucbu-palba- the presence of Baker's wife, has been cap One year for only 93-t- wo P'rers lit Utile tured and lodged in j ail. Large rewards more than the price of one. had been ottered for Smith, and be bar1 By paying been hunted so clo?ely by lynchers iha' hi your homo lists you will recelre for er.e rear pap?r r th the the was almost fr zjn and starved when taken. reprpjrnatlTe.r.ipr of the South, f.ir revenue only, and th best, brlhoit icd "Rough on IUtt" clean cut ra's sad mite l!c. fltales. Those a'.'e.t family weekly In the United wtiu dcelre to examine a sample "Bough on Conn" for Corns and Banlats. Ifc. copy of the can do ao at this orEc Courier-Journal, democrat-IcaudforatArl- il Courier-Journal oV olrn wiihniit eharffe. lI&nd-boo- u ntitftiAMS IntAni.iliAil An. Sr Ibronch llnnn Co. aro noticed in tho Scientific Air.trlcin free. The adrantaee of eucn notieo ia well understood by all peraona who wish to dispu l cf tbtlr patent. , Addreta MtTNK A CO.. Office SCtTStOK AsniilCAy, Xl Broadway, New York. fftrM ior paienia in ma nnd foreign conntnri. Ccprrlchtt. Aienmenta, and all other papers for Ivcnrln2 to InirntfiM their richu In tho I L'nitei! State, Canada, l.ncland, Irince. ana oinrr iQrrifta conoiTien. ijtd fH uermanyfhrrt notice nnd on readonaMe terms. rH pared at "r "P' f4wrtT Cateet, rjtiite l niteil wfiira mTTm""mJ!?"m pracilco prepared the Patent Office, nnd hire snare then One Hundred Thous- app iniormanon tiiaouuiuiiig iipu; uiecr-fnl- lr n, Mon-ticel- lo VETV ADYKBTlSEXKSTh. ATTOttNEV ATIiAW, 8TANF0BDKY., " W. PE1TOX, PARTIAL LIST to. Uficeon Lancaster rJtrret. All buslneaa promptly and canfully attended 41 eli or Fancy Groceries, xsrr bv- a. Jan. C. West, Ovlng to bad veathrr, Ihcaale ft e fleet a of 81m dre'd. wu rxntponed till fiittiiday, J14t when It will take plat at Uaaton-villJO US T. BCTTOX, Adinr. T. R. WALTON, THE CHEAP Gr.O:EB: Mince Meal, M Erjut, Oatmeal. Buckwleat Fl ur, cironl, Cheese, Crackers. Tea Cike, Trunis, Cuirante, Citron, e.elat'ine. Corn Starch, Prepared Coeoanut, Pfikles in Barrel and Bottles, Flavcrlcg Extracts, Beans, Himlny, Ac. Pftp? aIrlcce T6 AtX! BJV E M Com of Course. Tfa nvivoJA Will be mailed dcacrlMlona toallarollcanu FREE-- ? and to customers of Iwt year onirrinzlL It contains 2-- D.M. FERRY &CO.DE2,5,T , prices, and directions for planting all WreUhlp and Flower HEEDS. UULHS. etc fTIt Eff ut55 Tho Courier-Journa- l Id An Urgan FOR 1895. of Livo Issue, Living And an Ideat and Moral Forces, Encnr of ..I II Monopolies', OllirurchlBin ami (he Spirit of Subsidy, ns Embodied in That Thieving Tariff ! The Courier Jourrnl la the acknowledged the South, la Democratic Iu I'olltlca, and first, last and all the llnie Is far a reduction of the war taxca, as levied 03 the reople by the tariffnow In fjrii. for-wa- THE WEEKLY COUIIIER JOURNAL in-t- la without a auperler in the world aa a great lam-ll- y and political newipaper. and duilrg the sear and hopefully 18S5 it will strKe inore zealously than ever for ita political faith, cot ncglcctlug. howeTcr, the Infinite variety of choice inliccllanv that causea It to be io great a favorite In the family circle. Tho return to power of the Democratic mi it lll mike IBIS a Tear marked In the histo ry oftbe United Btates, and no family should be who desire to keep without tlis Ciurlcr-Journon pmlns events. Tho Week thorougnly ly courier journal nas sue 1, Tfr lan imvi-- , rUd UlffDSRTAKlSR, AND- Largest Democratic Circulation of any Paper in America. If you are unacquainted with It ask any sulxcri-bo- r a Kfe.it fimlly and poto It as toils mrr.ta and litical newspaper. In uiut of i taltty uautlty of Interest og ruadlne miller It lesdt the newspaper pres ot the unlunl Slates. II money. Industry acd eutuprUecan keep It so It will contlnu j at tin til ot American J .urnals. It comnUtp suuraare contains each week lli m st itardl-oria- ! oud co'umus of the news of the wo are always (llKNHr Wattksi.v r.tl'or Amun the strong and lirtcii ahlo. KSI'KJIsl. 1'fcVll Kf-Are Telegraphic Hixcils fr m a! U leading p clulnDl points In th Uni.l 6'ules aud 1. alicrt hitorlei by pipulur and nu.wt r Up 'lat af or de'lriry In Brookniagt'sSerjions tho day nort, Kshl n I c ten-- , lyn Tatrrna le, Market Atliiveis to Correspond-entTurfaudSlocic l)fyiriment, 1'ottry nurt I pirtuient lor Chlldreu. No homo in tho country should bo without it. 1 1 , a' JDealei." in JETiiinitiiiae ! Wed-neada- -- A Full nud oompleio uasortment of Furniture, ciubraclng cv erytlilii from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suites. Na need ( ko to the large cltiCH to make your purchases, no matter what quantity or quality you want, ns I can and will duplicate any prleeH you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. .Alaj a full nssDrtmcnt of Coflius Ca"es Shrouds and Robes, einbrao ius all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware ro out opposite M Hotel. Stanford, Ky. ?5dU R W BOSS cLlr"'1jL rc . Taylor Manufacturing Co. n first-cla?- s THE COURIER-JOURNA- L ly tn icwslii (laOJ. H Is a ir tic, not an ti organ: friendly to thoo who ictto the country well: hostile to thiwa who tall to itrve lt.tr servo It ill; equally without entingllng allUmcs or selfish executions other Ihin the conlidenca aud support ol the people, to wh'ni alone It owes It will hare nocoruproml'ss to m ko with ttmo'ierscir, bit will keep riKht f in iu the path oiduty hlcli It has marked out jc itself, rrgird r liS'Of cons. queue. It sell fliht monopoly veheth-eIt rears lti horrid head Insidj or outslds tbs Demorratlc party. I will tight intoleranre and no llltbcrallsui whercrcr they apjvear, anl quarter to Rive to or ink from malefaction nnd malefactor!, Democratic or Hipubtloan. With this explanation of itsteopc, pliu and purpose, wo submit the fullowlni; DIstlrclly rspresents the ah A iff M uST'Nr. c OHAMBSnSBUBG, PA. Five Awards at ths Louisville Espon tion in 188.X 2 tjW horse rwwer. Saw Mltto frcw naiiines from S.'V) loth" Invest standard I"M. I'oitabl Cor Mills rroai His Noith Carolina Mill Stone Co., tin. Mills in the world Ur makln; mewl ftr ts.bk-uin'. Write fjr prices. Add ess GEO. D. WEARKIV. P. HAUTON, OBNHUAL.VGT, BSi43fuM TMvaltog Agent. dr.vsvoaa, E Torma of Subscription: Dally Courier .loiiuul Dally Courier Journsl Courier-Journ- al Coiirler-JoiiactCourler-Jouraail Dally Courier-Journa- l one year C 3 I Dally HunJay Sunday l mouths months menth I year mouths ,- C10 S 00 CO B..K;C2" JTJST I n Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys, Speed Wagons, Spring Wagons ,: and Buck Boards. . 103 2.00 '5 100 WRFKir tuvnua-JouasAt$ 1 M Oneyeor, with a IVeinium Kireiop'is I )iar without rrMoluiu(eaih) ,. 1 10 ...... "I mo itbs wl'hotit premium blr SO Three months withuut l'rniiHiui.,.. Invariably Iu iliamoTu OITPayment (rKTcstage on paivr is prepsld by the publisher The list ol i miliums (iflVrcd in connection with Inc'ultan great tho Weekly I'ourUi-Jourm- l ofusefuland attrrclive arllcles A elreul.ir of premiums 'OTplotoand a samp o coutnlci'g oopycf tho Weekly CotirlirJournsI v.ll be sou'. free o' charge oa application. "l IocjI tnDt Is desired In every loiaiounl-ty- , A to vt hum a Jlbvial cash commission n III Im A cnnvlDi! outht is wnt local asents tree ofchsige No travtllnii aH.ti are eilileyd lw tlieC'ourlr-Jouiii.iand no subjciipion ahould l cTcr be gtren to any one unless personally kuown tr-rje11 A Prices Which am iuithor!r.v(l to sell at very .ov ULA&iS to reduce nnd Hloeh. Thcrso Vehicles tin all FI85S1 neeond fo nononimie. -- largo co signmunt recoived from tho Spikes Wagon Compiiy; also several folumbiis liuggy Company's Veliicles, totha.uhscrlber. vAddreUu)cMA: Co ,1jUltvillr, l'resldtut (purler-Journa- l Ky. . COMMISSION MEHCHAWT; A'.!:- 'I., - iemi-SIttMsinttriorJon- Ml DABKJPAYS- - that 1 apprehended danger. I had, horrorer, noticed that Thllippa, whon she saw me with a newspaper in my hand, eyed y iub nnxlomly and inquiringly, so that I contrived to glance through it whon Jia was nlsont. I novcr permitted lior to tcradi it until I had read it; but my only rcsson for this prohibition was that I fcarod leit some chance allusion to the mysterious and undiscovered crime might dlstressher. fancy that another Hit own might be accused of it gave me not a sren-erall- TSJnTtook from air pocket The Loudon Tiasos. which bad arrived by the last post, sac listlessly set to work to sklni Its length coftmuis. I hod no fear ns to what tho paper might ti contain. It was not from newspaper fe-ir- rao-iww- t's I turned and doubled back tho broad shoots. I ran down the topics of tho day. I glanced 1 5 tamed tho leadinz articles. to .ntlhe foreign news; paid Kant attention thb Jasr reports, and disregarded altogether I turned intolllgonco. At last money-markmy attention to tho pro luclal news column. Anamo caught my oyo; a cold shiver of dread ran through me. My clgnrotto fell n the marble pavomont, and lay thoro un liecded, as with agitation which no words can describe, 1 read n sboit paragraph placod under tho heading of th principal tonn of the county in which Itoding was iitnAto.I. lteudl "William Evans, tho man accmsd of tho murder of Hir Mervvn Ferrnul, Bart, in January last, will bo tried at these .Assizes, wliiclTonon on the 20th. Tlie case, which excites considerable interest, will bo taken on tho first day. It is reported that although Inch evidence agnnut tho prisoner will bo forthcoming, It will bo of a purely circumstantial nature." Every word of thct eccursed poragnpli cciacd like n blow fnlltns upon my head. For somo minutes I sat as one stunned. I felt my teeth chattering. I knew that my Philippa'a fanciful cheek was blanched. dread hai come to pcsil Another an innocent manwas bearing the blann of her own mad nctl Dazed, stupid, scarcely able to comprehond what must lo tin full effect of what 1 had just read, I tot motionless Tilth my eyes llxcd upon that fatal sheet. Tho sound of my mother's pleasant volco calllug to riiillppa nt last nivA-- mo from could not ny stupor. They were coming. lata them. I doubled up tho nowspaper, tliruit it into my pocket, and rushed out into the street. As yet I had not dared to imagine what this intelligence might mean to us. I must liavo long hours ot solitude, in onlor todecido what courso should be adopted to fnco this, tho Inst, tho wont roril. I passed swiftly through tho iron gate. I went up tho narrow stro:t at a paco which innst linvo made all who saw mo think ma mad. Whither did I got I scarcely remember. I think it must have been to ono of the public gardens, but in that hour all senM of locality left me. I went instinctively in I found, I know not honsnercli of solitude. or where, tome shady deserted spot. There, in tho anguish of my heart, amid tho wreck of my hapnluesi, I throw mv-sron tho ground, and dug my finger nalli iuto tho dry soil. Ko 1 sand-foundlf uneasiness. thought ot their deaths troublos .inttlioio who send them forth to fight. Men kill each other for revenge, for money, for a point ot honor, and the killer lives on like other men tlvel Trust this man to the vaunted array of justice. Ho is innocent, and will como from tho ordeal unscathed. If found guilty, let him die. Ho will not bo tho first iuno-ceman who has died, nor wilt he bo tho lasttodie. It Ls but ono live! He Is nothing to you; think of him no more. Come what mny, youwlll always have vour sunnyhome and tho woman you love. Her children will crow up around you. Why hesltat"! A life's happiness Is to b won by simply sealing your lips. Its cost is but, supposing Jus tic j blunders, to bear tho burden ot ono man's death- - A paltry price I This was tho temptation with which I wrestled during thoso long hours. Again nnd again I was on the point of yielding. Once or twico I roso to my foot with tho fixed determination ot destroying that paper, and letting things take their own course. Once or twico I oven forced my steps some distanco in tho direction ot homo, but each timo I turnoJ, went back to tho sheltered spot, throw myself again on tho grounJ, ami fought tho battlo a now. No, I could not do this thing. I was n gentleman and a man of honor. Paltry as tho price was when compared with what it might buy, I could not pay it. Although my who.'o soul was merged In I'hllipra's welfare, I could not, even for her iw;e, sulTev an innocent man to bo done unjustly t death. Tho crimo was too black, too base, too contemptible I I feltsuro that, with tho man's blood morally on my head, tho jjy which Hfo could glvo would not lull my conscience to rest. I know it would not bo long before remorse uuJ shams drovo mo to commit suicide. Let the preachers s.ty thnt sin is easy: that wrong is more alluring than light. Thore nt The fairest woraanon the earth adores yo.i. Why hsltntof why let ono boor's Uf weigh in the scalol Argue tho matter In another way. Are not thousands of men slain every veir by tho wblni of a monarch or a statesman! Tho Once more, I tell you I love as yours.- - an net worth fli such rBorcHHioiub - W. F. McCJLABY Is Candidate for repraseut itlr of f.lnssla bounty, subject to the action ot the democrat. M .t ATTOnNiSY A.T DANVILLE, KY J. Attornoy A.t B. ALEX. ANDKHDON, :LiA.V, adjoining-ooudU- Will practice in the Court of Boris sod sod In the Court of Appeals. JOHN II. MILL.EK la a candidate 'or representative of Lincoln coun. ty In th nxl subject to lb action of th democracy. THE GREAT FISH, Court-house. And Muter Commissioner UoekcMlleClreultCour. MT. VKRNON, KY. Will practice In the Rockcastle Courts. Collec1MJ tions a spocUtty. Office In ci.w. V. J. Kr. KOSIVEY, Through Trunk Line Wm us. bov South side Main Street, two deer the Mysrs Hotels Pur Nitrous Oxide Qs imlnlstra wntn required. OOoe HTJlXOJaON DENTIST, tfTANFOBD, KY. DH. W. B. LBE 7. HUFFMAN. HOUSE PAINTER! AND PAPER HANGER. Fresco Celling Taper Hsnglng a Stams-osp- , Orders l'rotnplly Attended to, Speclslty.AU CIM( 5WmJ . Toitlrtt. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. .l. a , PENNY, nm,. ..-- Look, Read .., laitllloa d and THAT Remember Without Changs and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE rROU LOt'UVILUt TO 1 to 5 r. from 8 U I J a. mlalstered when necomsri. .n.l t.t. .,. tinur u. Anosthjtlcs ., "Basil, do not irry. Once more, 1 tell you, I am not icovth such love at yours." a. T. II A tilt IN. STANFORD, KY. I I covered her doar face with klsse. strained hor to my heart. I lavished words W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor of love upon her. Bho smiled faintly, thou .- Grm sighed hopolcssly a sigh which almost troko BIseofSttgf.OrM. EUht eetaolrte set of Bcm. -my heart. airauxxrscspscur, memum. B.....,, err Biin rste "Tell me nil, my love," sho said ca'raly. lo good aUrteUom. Addrea Reasonable "Lot mo know tlw very worst." & I could not spenk; for tho llfo of ms tho LuuliTllle, Ky., Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis, would not come. Willi trombllug words lnd., dealer In Stelnway A 8001', Decker lire.. bauds I drew out tho newspnpjrnnd pointed HalneV, J. A C. KiMbtr, VoaoA Boni', Vsldwtn A to tho fatal lines. Hlio read them with a Un.'s Cottage, Uprlgbl and biuiro I'lano Korte; calm which almost alarmed me. also th Katey, rJbonlnear and Hamilton Organs. "I knew it must bo,'1 was all she said. Thl notice forewsrns hunters, nsbyrraen and Inatrumenls auld at prieo sod terms to suit pur1 1 threw- - myself on my kners before her. without trsmrxnotto treses on our UtiJs be proeecuted chasers. Don't glr your orders till jou get our Oanrllle, Ky. prices aud terms. distraught. Bavo ss all such sots srs llsblsto embraced her. I was half for my wild ojaculntious of uudying lave tot!ifu!lxUmlof the law. SlsnlorvJ. Ky Mrch lTtU, ISJI. ISbjned.l there was silence for many minutes botw&n OusAW.M.McCoriaack, OPERA HOUSE!. band with i choice llu of Caker and treats line or Bread, fresh at all time. Also Taffyaol all klnda. I am aUo prepared to do baking- for customers. All orders for Icing and ornamenting exocuted at ahort nolle. 303-2- 1 J. T. HARRIS Till SOUTH & WEST PIIIIU1M PIIDC Without chsng to Llttl lloclc, Montgomery. Atlanta, SasaBub, Jackionsllle, Mobile, and New Orleans. .. T757"at:r POSTED u, ruinon, Ixtl Hubble, F. D. Rhodes, A . W. Car 1. II. ISnldwlu Co., BEST RQUTET0 FLORIDA In Palace Cars Without Change. ! SHORT LINETO THE EAST rroaa Laulssllle In I'aUcCarswtbouUbanr. luat-otBc- D. MeKlltrlck. If J trcis going or had wad. At first I thought I was going or had gou mad. The thoughts which rushod through ijr mind v to disjointed, and wautod coherence An innocent man accused of tho erimot To bo tried on tho twentiotht Tho twentieth! and now it is the sixteenth! yresh evidence forthcoming) Tho fools the niter fools! This tho boasted dotectivo skill! To arrest on suspicion, to bring to trial a man who must be ignorant of ovarythlng ronnected with tho murder! What is to be donef What can bo donor Ob, my wife) aur poor, darling wife! Then, I believe, I cried like a child. It leeuud to mo thntall was loit. There was but ono thing to be done ono courso to bo taken. My darling must give herself up to jostfee, and by hor confession free this Indies wrotch who now stands in peril of his Mo. Sho must bear tho sbama of tho trial, anl trust to human justice and tho mercy bicb she had a right to eipoL Oh, it was pitiful, pitiful! For a long while no altorna- iro courso suzcested itself to mo. Human justico What is justice! Seo luiw it can err! It can arrest, try, and oh, fcorriblo thought! perhaps condemn to death an innocent manl Uow then would it faro with l'hlllppa J Who, now that mar-riag- o has soaled my lips, was thero to prove Star inndnesj when s.im slow that man! I ragod at the thought. It coined to mo that wo were hard and fast in tho toils. I might, it is true, call William, my servant, to swear that her manner was straugo and wild upon that nisht. I might call tho nurses to prove that whon first they saw her she was recovering from an attack of mania. Dut would they lo credited J Would not a clever law. ytr soon convinco twelve ordinary meu that it was not her madness which prompted tho crime, but tho crime which producod the madness I Wo wore iudeod tnesbed and fcoemd; hemmed in on ovorysldo; bolplasa ssd, itseemod, hopeless! And Pbtlippa must bo told this) I must fell her! How could I nervo myself to mako the truth known to hor now, of all timos, when her health was all but restorod; when a kind of sad but placid acquiescence in what fatu had wrought seemed to bo gradually ronihu ver her: now, when I was onco mora building up Iiuixm of happiness for her as woll as for mo! For I knew ahl think of this, and pity ine that Iwforo anothor half year should pass thoro might bo given to my wifo nnd mo a gift which would go far toward sw coping away tho memories of gloom and horror which had of la to spread over our lives. I even dared to hopo, to feel certain, that as she gazed into baby oyes, as sho protsod a tiny lioad to hor bosom, some, nay, much of tho lost sweotnoss and glory of life might return to my love. Tiiiuk ot this, and nictura . mo Iritis- on. tha . -- ... ,i.. .i r ... ,.i. ... I., uuuu iuu.ua, niiu iuo (lanuung" intent-jjonc- o fresh on my mind I Think that in it few hours I must return to my lme and tell my wife that tho bolt had fallen I Thora was ao alternative! No nlternatlvel Stay, thoro b an alterna-Uro- l Tho blooil scomod to courso wildly my veins ny heart beat fiercoly, lips grow dry, and a choking sensation Bjr camo over me, as for the Qrst time tho slm- ty.?,cer,nnVft)ro.f cu''? the knot of ary Ulfllcultles flashod across my mind. Bo simplo, so easy it at first appeared, that I fcBjjhod at my stupidity In not having soon At first gone 1 . h I thought It Jtet if justice runs on the wrong track until tho end if that man dies? What then! What is this miserable life. what are a hundred Uvea, when weighed ugajust Fhillppa's happiness! What What la right and wrongt What is the phantom which men call honor! What, after all, is crime! Be silent, and ijcofl-sclent- to pieow, Basil Korthl Scatter thoso pieces to tho winds. Porgot what you bavo read. Go back to d your luxurious, home. Moat tho ono you lovo with a smile upon your Gxsfc-y- ou Uavo forced smiles before nowl Say nothing ot this Greol lior as usual. wonilttc's news. Keep jour own counsel; btsry ad you havo Jearnod in your secret kenrt Do this, and bo happy forever morel But tho man tho man who in a fow days' liiao Is to bo tried for anothor'd act) Well, what ot him? Tho fool will doubtless bo a5 juittod. Fool! Yes. it Is the rijht term for ono who con bring himself under suspicion. flowor-bod'vcko- it at onco. Tear that accursed paper You are askod to do no mors, You bare riches, youth, health and strong wiU. you are in arrears. forg"et. mitted, but I daro to say that there ore others which the averago man, educated by tho code of honor, and dreadin; sliamo and cowardice, finds it far easier to avoid Ilia to bring himself to commit. No, every s'n is not easy t But nil tho same my struggle was n mortal one. At timos I fancy it may Lo but fancy that even now my mind bears some traccu will bo wrecked l" of that conflict; n conflict in which my vic"Spare me) Spare ml" I said. "As you tory meant ruin to my noareat and dearest. lovo mo, spare mer' Was I not right when Isnli that my temptaSho kissel me. "Doarest, forgive me. I tion was an all butunpnrillelrdonel Yet lit should not blame you. Only I nm to blame." reasserting this let me humbly disclaim nil Then, with n 'sudden chnngo In her voice, credit for not having yielded. I strove to "When do we start for England, Basil f" yield, but could not Although I expected this question. I tremIt was only when lhad conquered nnd put bled and shuddered as I heunl it. Too well tho temptation from me that I was .iblo U I knew what England meant. It moant see how utterly useless such a crime as that Phillppa's standing in oren court, in a prisurged upon mo would havo been. Doubtless oner's dock, tho centre ot a gaping crowd, l'hlllppa, sooner or later, would havo learned ot the murder ot her husband I that Sir Mervyn Ferrand's supposed mur- And as I pictured this once more, nnd for derer bad paid tho penalty of tho crime. the last time, tho temptation shook me. How would it havo fared with us then-th- en, I spoke, but I averted my eyes from her. when reparation wns placed out of the I could not meet them. My voice was husky question! Knowing as I did overy thought and strange; it sounded like the voice ot of my wife's, every turn of Imr impulsive, another man. A sort ot undercurrent ot sensitive nature, I was fain to tell mysc'I thought ran through mo, that it Philippa that such news would be simply her death wou'.d but share it, I could bear any burden, blow. any dishonor. 'Listen''1 I said, in quick accent. "Wo But what was to be donol Finding thnt I could not compass tho treachery which I are far away, sife. Wo lovo oach other. dared to meditato, I cast about lor another We ran be happy. Let the man take his What does anything matter, loonhole of escape. What if I wero to return chance. to England and accuse myself of tho crime! long as wo love and. are together I I felt that her eyes were seeking mine. To insuro I'hilippa's safety I would right willingly give away my own life. It showoJ felt a change in tho clasp of hor haiuL I tile stato to which mv mind was reduced knew that she was nobler and bettor than I. "Basil," sho said, softly, and speaking when I say that I considered this scheme in all Its boarings. and for.awhilo thought it liko ens in a dream, "it was not my husI furnished a solution to my difficulties) I band, not the man I love, who said tha forgive you for the sake of vour great love, wonder if my brain was wanderingl I laughed in bitter merriment as tho abfor tho sake of all you have done, or tried surdity of myuew plan forced itsIf upi to do. for me. Tell mo now, whon do wo tilf, T Itm! rtFfn(tn l'hfllrtnn anS trlint flui start for EnglandT' Her words brought back mysenses. Never effect of such a sacrifice woul'l be upon he; I had forzotten that she loved me. cren aa T In tho wildest height of my pawlon had I loved her; that my dying for Iiersako fi.r loved Philippa as I love! her at that motho sake of saving her from the consequen vj ment 1 bo:onght hor pardon. She gave it," and onco nioro repeated her question. f that gniesome night would make an exWith tho calm of ssttled despair 1 conpiation, it any were due from her, the must aud found that it fearful which human or diabolical ingeuu'ty sulted the railway-guidwe left Seville could devise. morning by the Nol Neither by sinning against my Mlow-ina- n first train, we might, by travelling day and nor by a voluntary sacrifice of "my own night, early on the morning of tho twentieth reach the town in which tho trial was to life could I save her. After all my protracted mental struggles, all my lonely hours Iw held. I made the result of my rjeeerches known to tny wife; and upon my assuring of anguish and wild scheming, I was forced to return to the point from which I stcrtod. h- -r that we should havo time to spare, she Phillppa must surrender hemtf, and free left all the arrangements ot tho journey to this innocent man. There was, indeed, no me. alternative! After this, another painful question, arose. And a day gone, or all but gone! The Was my mother to be told! Philippa, who trial on the SOtht To reach England to may, perhaps, in her ueorot bsart bavo reach Tewuham In time to stop that trial, craved for n woman's support and sympawo must travel day and night. Day and thy In her approaching trial, at first insisted night across sunny or starlit tViii across that my mother should be taken into our pleasant France we must speed on, until confidence a confidence which, alas) in a we reached our own native lau(. uow lylii few days' time would bo gossip to the world. in all the rich calm of tho early autumn. I I besought her to waive tho point, to spare must load my wife; my lovo, to her doom! my mother's toolings until tho very last moI roo from the ground. I folt weary, and ment. We could not take her with us on our as if I hud been cudgeled in every limb. I hurried journey. Wo were young; she was dragged myself slowly back to tny home. old. Tho fatigue, combined with the grief, "Sin must be told; she must be told. But would be more than her frame could endure. how to tell her!' I muttered as I went along. I could not boar to think of her waiting My appearance must have been wretched, lonely in Seville for the bad news which she for I received tho impression that several know must come in a duy or two from Enggrave looking Sevillanos turned and lookod land. Let us say nothing respecting tho after me as I passed by. Even as a cowardly wretched errand on which we are bound-Le- t felon who drags himself slowly to tho scafus depart in secret, and leave some fold I dragged myself to the catoof my plausible explanation behind lis. on totterin-- feet passed To my relief Philippa at last consented to pleasant home, and Into that fragrant spaco in whtfi tho "hap- thl Then, after a long, tearful embrace, we steeled oursoivea to join my mother at piest hours of my life had ben spent. as i enierou, mo rememuntnee oi somo the owning meal, and to bear oumim so talo which once I had read flashe 1 through that sho should suspect nothing ot the temmy mind a tale of the ferocity of a bygone pest within our honrts. We did not very a,;e It was of a prisoner wlo was forced long subject ourselves to this strain upon by his captors to strike a dagger into tho our nerves. It seemed to mo now that every heart of the woman he loved, t know not momout spent otherwise than alone with my where tho tale is to be founl or whero I wife wss a precious tre&snre wasted, a loss svhlch I should forever regret. Se very rei I it. But it seemed to mo thnt initio was n early we pleaded fatigue, and retired to our parallel case. rest Such rest I Pity mo I Philippa bade my mother good night with nn embrace so long ami passlonalo that I feared it would awaken alarm, especially CHAPTER XIII. whon it was succeeded by my own veiled, the last nore. but scarcely less omotlonal, ndloiu For who They wero sitting in the courtyard, my could say tliat we should ever meet again! mother and my wife. They linked the em- I do not Lelievo It Istruck Philippa that in was running bodiment ot sereno happiness. Their large accompanying tier thought so, tae slightshe wonld est risk. Had she fans tho use of the fan cams liko an inspiBut I ration to Philippa, my mother acquired It have insisted upon 1 going alone. had that after much practice wore languidly waving knew that tho part probably played ninrevoro bring would to and fro. Fhilippa'a rounded arm was night's work upon my own head. What did outstretched; her lair left hand was in tho care for that! clear wattr which fell from ttoe fountain Silently and sadly in the retirement of audllllol a white marble basin, in which our room wo mnde our preparations for tho tho gold carp darted about in erratic tacks. legnn Illiewas moving her fingers gently backward journey, which cumberwith the morn. There ourselves and forward, startling tho timid fish, and wnsnonood toshould rest in no with much bed half smiling at their terror. It sotmod to luggage. Wo over. What resting until pi a co me that my mother was remonstrating at the trial was bo Phlllpp&'s, Ileavon only tho uproar she was creating in tho brilliant might then our package was So soon comknew! coted republic That picture ls still In my mind. That pleted. Then I wrote a letter, to be given to or r Icturel I can sit now in my chair, lay dotyi My pen, and call up every picture of that found by my mother in the morning. 1 told o time. Kotfiing save tho grief has over, or hor that an important matter took me to England; that Philippa had deterever will, fade from my memory. accompany me; that I would wrfto It was well for both of us that I had mined to fought out the battle with myself lu soli- as soon as we reached I London. I gave no explanation. sho tude, whero no eye could see me, where I furthor mv suddon flight hoped the would atto orratia nacould see no ono. Even as it was, knowing tribute il;at a change my uows must work, 1 ture which sho often averrod I possessed. After all. the deception mattered little. yaused, and a ghost of tho day's temptation weok's time nothing rosi before me. But It roso too lat. Tho In n overwhelming grief, would matter. would bo my die was cast. Philippa had scon me, and (Her, by her my mother's eyes followed hers. I braced lition; a portion which, my poor affection mo anl for Philippa, mother myself up and went towards them with as for lo forced to share. jaunty a manner as I could aasume. My nould being now ready for our start, we All mother began a mock tirndo on my shamesomo of ful desertion ot Philippa and herself. Her strove to win mocked hoursscorn. sleep. Our to words carried no meaning to my ears. My efforts were night wo could spend Through tho last togother. tliat, yes met thoie ct my wifo. I believe noltber my wife nor roysalf closed With her I mado no attempt nt conceal- nn oyolid. Let me draw n veil over my wild ment. AVhtre was tho good) Tho worst, distress awl Philippa' calm ucqulescejico in tho very worst, had como. My eyes must her fate. Some grief is too sacred to dehave told ujr tho truth, I saw her sweet face catch fire with alarm. scribe. Bright, broad, clear, cool, Morning! I saw her lips quiver. I saw tho look ot Our sleeplesaness had at anguish fla: into her eves': vet I know odorous morning! anguish ot . . us the awaking, and, elast snared mac i was neipiess, utterly belpien. whilo for a moment glorying in tlw beauty Bho rose. I made some conventional ex. of the world, to remember what this mornonse and went to my room. In a moment ing meant to us, Oiving ourwlvea ainplo Philippa was at my side. station, we crept "Basil, Jiusband, love," sho whispered, "it tlmo to reach the railway eyea full of blind from our room, and, with has cdmeV pleasant jxiffa. I I laid py head on the table and sobbed ing tears, crossed the centre, nnd plucking a lovely aloud. Phllippa's artns wore wreathed paused In tho spray from tho great orange tree, ktssetl ft around my neck, "Dearest, I know It must como. I bavo and gavo it to my wife. Without a word known it over so long. Basil, dp not weep. she placort It In the lJojn,ot,hcr drM8, Ai she drew ber msnlle slide I notlcVd tbst she wore very drers bir on thit fstal nlsbt. FieiM examine ttte lsbel on which vour name thewu utterly wu'ch clad to the almost troplcsl uniulltd It is printed and rmlt ui the amount jou owe If hen, hut ( dared not remonstrate wlta hr for may to some sins w .ieh nro oaslly com- j Presently, with great force, sho raised my head nnd looked at me with her s went and sorrowful oyes. "Basil, my dearest, you havo been wrong. The right to right, tho wrong Is wrong. Sco what you havo done! Had you not striven to snvo mo. only I should have had to answer for this. Now it is you and me, nid perhaps a third an innocent, stainless life, thnt II. T. flush, K. 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' -- en ?g W. fail ill f rjlllii? -- St. Louis & tho West Northwest and Southwest by the way of .CauaaM "" Hiibr's Iroa Tenia I.OUI8 VILLI) or CINCINNATI. and CInclnnxl mak direct lonnecitou at tnos. romia wnu me u(ni-nin-e Express on the Ohio A Ulsilsslppi for Bt loul aud all points West, Loulsrllle or rincln- Ijiii 1.1 n lara hnura iiulcker than any other lino. Rirlng our psstengais time for meals and first cbolcs of seats in train going West. Ine going Leaelng All TlBJn liflll JLlQinS Chattanooga Leu-A- ll aaav lt.ai;'liaij: 'Bggge iBBl jBBBBBB (wj.o.-1-I- 'u5i -- lill. M- -Si I ! a ?. ol t ; I Bl It will purity and enrich then"'i OOO, reautale IIshtoiiic TUX Liven oiid KIDNEYO, TVIOOKof vbuTlIt In '" HEALTH UttvitKc-rrMUlrliiaferiniiid eillelen ril.Nlt, WrlorApicl!lr.liiillrcs. Dm s sii SUlliM.t N......I SSSSSci i I f s t at counltrfillluir I vi- onlv aild.l n, the popular UyortlieorlKlnM. If )u" earmsllyileslrulualth do not experiment -- Ket H"W OlilolNAL and lltST toTlia Dr .""tar Mad Co.V addr -Bt. vaiieclalliHun, Lack ui H.reiiirl . tic . Its mo Is nurkvl llmics, Willi ImnicMUtc and wm.ilir ul s luurcli'S and ner i ri n iiew rnrcv. Lnll vus lliomlnd and suppltis Uraln fimr. ccmplalnts iuiUtii.k Hum all pe- - "II r lo thclt six will llnu l:i L. UAHTUK'S IRON lONIOa ffu and spied? DR. euro. II irises a ilenr nnd liesllliy coiiiploxloii. I" lh value pi Dll. Tlie alronet l.llni-ii- ) II iiiTKU'S liiojf Tonk i lul lrele"t attempts - ll)'ila PEB3ES I k w trail Bb'bSI s (ll ! UoS ; j : ! A miho tJ CO tr III TT.,,.- - Only from II IllirS n.lllnSl. 's;Ba U U IS m i i I BBBb' 8BS5SS8 SB il II 12Hours Quicker by way of Chicago. Always make- s- iln'W; aslsaarsssigs oTaTTTKoVTi. O.I SEBSB2.SBl2BHBi3BdBB MATJSV1XLK BRANCH. Konu-Ikiua- lJuli, Moh lofoor DIUtAM BOOK." 1 post-hast- On. HAirrER's Inws Tonio is ron Sals by au O. & M. Fast Timo and Suro Con neotious With all Lines at Ex. tiuo, Ex. Hun. Lre Corlngton.... " Lexington... Arr illllersburg Iallr It ! a&bwi. " 1'arls " , 11 St. Louis and Intermediate Fointi. " Johnson MaysrllU Carlisle- - 2 00 nci i 8 IS e m S 20 8 40 a m 3 pm 9 00 UI A 07 p lu a m' 7 00 p 'J I10 3Q a in1 usgi; swpu du il 7tipn No. W u An Indepondont Newspapor of .. Democtatic Principles, but not Controlled by any Set of Politicians or Manipulators; Devoted to Collecting and Publishing all tho News of the Day in the most Interesting Shape and with the greatest possible Promptness, Accuracy and Impartiality; and to tho Promotion of Democratic Ideas and Policy in the affairs of Government, Society and . Industry. Hates, by Mail, rottpatil: DAILY, per Year DAILY, per Month SUNDAY, per Year DAILY and SUNDAY WEEKLY, Ne Ferries! NoOiHHlbusTraus-fert- ! Boirrn-Bor- Dally Dally Ex, Bun. Ex. Bun No. bl per Year I 00 per Year Address, THE BUK, Nexe York CU). .... $6 00 60 1 00 7 00 her sllgbtt.it wish should be my law. 1 Mpo Lre Uajsrllle.... " Johnson B 30 a m 1 Connections mads In Union Depot, HI. Louis, S3rn 21 a m 2 ... . in Carlisle with tralna of lines going West, Northwest and il l Mlllersburg-Ar- r " i ii s ui, j m pin Southwest. h 10 a m 8 Mp w llyouaregrtng West to any .point, rail on or " Farls Lexington..,. 9 10. ml G COpra wiito to the uodrrslgned. M Cislngton ... II SO a ml Bat pin For lull and reliable inlurmstloa In regard to Land. Ac , In tho Western States, Mapi, Guides S Notk Train and lowest special rate lor Tickets and Household Winchester and No. runs dally Irons Knoxrlllo, Lexington to Corlngton. Goods to all points Westcsll on or sddress Train No, 1 runs rla Lexington and Paris, ao J O. II. ALSOP, tot rla Winchester sod Paris Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Ballnay. Train Harrodaburg, Ky ngton No. 6 Is dally except Huo Jay between Isliand Paris, but is dally train Cincinnati to W.B.HHATTUl W.W.PKABODY. Oen'l Pres't and Oen'l Man'gr, Pasacogcr Tsss. Agt, Knoxtllle, and Paris: No, 32, dally except 8un-da- r. 1exlngton Agent, C. W. PARIS, Central laie I'arliSVOain; arr Islington 9 10 s us. ' Clminnati, Ohio. No. S3, dally except tiundsy, lcaro Lexington 4 SO p m; arrlre ParlsS 13 pu. Fast Line: Nos. 3 and 4 run la Wtncheetir, Bolld Trains, with Pullmsn HleepinK Cara tietwees Cincinnati and HlchtaouJ, V , and Wlnche.tei and Washington, D, C. RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E, ThroMb tickets and bamsi checked to scy destination reached by s rsllrosd. A forlt nreaeriDllon of on of th B. F. D. MOBSF W. H. WntTTLEaF.V, must noted end ucoetul spclalUt In th U. H rassenger Agent, TrT, Pass. Agent, (now retired) for tb cure of Servum BtbUtty, HeAl Ixsxlozton, Ky oS?.!!??'00' X.ef C.W. SMITH. lDpUlualedenvelopV.l)ruttitcalUllt H.W.FULCEtt leoersJ Ifaaigsr. DR. 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