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London Globe.) c mtfttal NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 27, 1885. 13 PutUaheit Tuendttv mul Friday Sa.OU PJ311 ANNUM Whsnpald strictly In advance. If we have to watt anv tlmt, 63.00 wilt be charaed. VV. P. WALTON. Repairing Broked Limbt. The repair of boktn limb of farm aniora-tlon- . mals has been shown to be an U rfqiilreJ In to put the All thtt anirml if a Urge one -- Id slings, to bring the fracture into proper portion, and then bloJ the limb with bndsges dippul in common planter of ptrli paate. The band w age i i mule in the form of n roll, by ing the e f! lothar in a long ettip anl winding tlil around the limb In, the usual manner. The limb of small animals maj be repaired by eaveloplng them i.i wetted straw board, fitting it to the limb careful); and then binding a common Mandate otor it. Aod now it ha been dircivered thai broken limbj anl stem of tree may be t paired ia a similar w7i bringing the (rao tureJ parte together, Mlttc-- a stake firmly in (he grouad aad fastening the trr to it, or binding a opUet upon Vhe limb after baring neatly covered the wound with graft New York Times. log wax wj Gov. Knott is attracting much unfavorable criticism by his surprising! use of the pardoning power. We have from good authority that he has already convicts than released more Oov. Blackburn, with more than two years of his term yet unserved. The quality of tbe grid of the pardon mill ia also comCior. Knott ia drawing the fire of the plained of. Gov. Blackburn's clemency press bv reaaonof some of bis recent was most generally extended- - io convicts Not feeling disposed (o ebcot t the on whom the hand of disease and probable good natured Governor lb Tmts death was laid; Got, Knott indiscriminate would suggest that some of hie critice fire ly pardons the stout and the ill. It is always a btoadilde at those Judges and juries who 1st. That Dr. Bourne ia a graduate of ono of the beat New York more pleasent to commend than to censure, sign a pe conrtct criminals and strait ' and the press will be alow in raising a dis Colleges. titlon to the Governor for pardon. Not turbance over Gov. Knott's efficlal acts; 2d. That he ia an old Druggist, having learned the business in once in a month, but dally, it this done, as industriously camp still, it will Leingtea, any one can learn by Irqnlry at the ExeOjt of S9Q graduates of Vassar College, ing on the trail of our Chief Executive and had an experience of over eight years at the prescription case. cutive oQl:e. Nothing more readily axoua the report comes that only 1S3 hare mar- whenever it believes him guilty of abus3d. That his Medicines are all Ireeh, just from the laboratories of Meir Ihsn the concioune w. ed tin wnth of Giv. Blackhi Glasgow Obosti, we Milly fear, havo had their da) ried less than one third. Some unneces- ing Lis official prerogatives York and Philadelphia. reception of such a petltior, mu the atiuM- they ora so carefully sary Ismen's have been made over this fact Times. or night. Now that phere In his office sometimes aa imed a dltctuuod, thsy wlllcertAlnly die oat. For but the reason of it is explained by a gradElictmcity Outdone Cspt.' John no 1th. That he docs not trust to others, but puts up his own hands lurid tint as he ezprened his opinion, of discussion dtroys credulity, and when will uate of two years ago, who said. "I did all preRebinson'i net deer has of late been mak- - scriptions one believe any more In ghosts' no ono entrusted to his care. Judge and juries "who thrust their duties . who asked me not marry becsue the men ever njnln s n ghoit, itself the terror of women and children ing upon him.' Gov. Knott is.goiog through were such idiot, I wouldn't have them and in the "Bend" neighborhood. Recently 5th. That he keeps all Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals and Show Case Artilie tVroto Ton Ituplilljr. the sime experience,.and IM a occasionaltbe intellectual men I should like to Lave some parties aa a means of getting rid of a ArVanuw Tra-Icles usually kept in a first class Drug and sundry store. ly pardon an undetet. kin, i uuybeat ': "Colonsl," sold tho new "locar o n small been asked to marry preferred to msrry nuisance concluded to tie a tin can to aaid the instance of those .S fWrd the penally dolly liicr, looking up from bis desk and girls who didn't know much, so I prefer to Gth. That his prices are just as low as good, puro remedies can bo deer's tail. The deer was caught, the can tho editor, Hue great troubU sold. true, not addns-l- ug of hi misdoing, and -- ... .. 1 couldn't be happy made fast, tbe deer released and told to go. writers is hurry. Wo da'a remain an old maid. the Governor, but those, who brought hi' with American 7th. That Dr. Bourne's New Drug Store is opposite the Myers HoaBtjy- should receive hours of with a mrn wihout intellect, and one I He went. He didn't stand on the order of off n thing which clemency should receive tie strong tnaik study It U a comparatively easy matrto houId have to look down upon in that his coinr. nor anvlhine elee. He went. oianioru, rvy. Louisville Times. talk woll, for our haareri do not expert iw re pec'." of public disapproval. Americsn Queen. The unanimous verdict of the spectators to deliver polished sentences; but in writing The cultivaFlour fjiou it is different. When I docided to take tip very was that electricity as a means of carrying He didu't know Brooklyn tion of the peanut has been no much x journalism rva tho profession to which my being a comparative strangfr from mesages is fast enough for the present age, til, hould bo Uevotod, l rooiveu never io tended during thermit few. yean that the life off a bad piece-- of writing. Rome of our Philadelphia, but he timidly remarked one but this is a progressive world, and the turn question of hpw best to dispose of the crv greatest writers haro worked for days upon evening that he wished he wera a Ilusian time was coming when if a fellow wants a -srntencoi which afterwards proved to U leather belt, that he might claip her waist. meteage to get there Ell, he will put it in is now ccMHnding considerable attrntion. bjon nt work foriome and attac't it to th Ills reported that the last reason' crop simple. oNow, I have and havo at last re Sne turned upon him a wsrning blue lighr an empty oystet-:a- n time on sentonco here, in Virginia this yearlwillmourH to rngrt duced It to a smoothneis that pleasos me." "oung caudel appendage of a deer, and the teleiclance from her eloquent evestoo young nuura man," she said, "if you couln't rqueize graph will he used only to correspond with Tfco editor npproacnod than two anillioM of busbcts. and that of BawlTennessee io a quarter of a million of bush dek, took tip n sheet of lpor and rol th harder and hold on tighter than any belt ourcredltora and mothers following: ing Green G.zette. els, while several other Elates produce mere "See tho advertlwmont of a cook wanted that was ever fastened with a buckle, than a hundred thousand buabels each in another column." his any use for you in Hrojkiyn, I A dentist calls attention to an interesting "ThU U certainly a line tentonce," enld the can tell vou." With a wild bitter cry he That ground or pounded peanuts can be fact suggested by the possible adoption of utilized for making a rather coarse but rich editor. young man was pleased. He could 11 sd oat into the black, black night creamallon. False teeth as now made are Tho pastry has long been known in the Houth, not conceal his satisfaction. entirely unaffected br tho most intenre of the playful American revolToe pop "Yon," continued the editor, "this is a reaad many a family has utilized the peartite body of a person who nnd ver U now aharply varying the monotony beat, so that if the Wrote rt ia this way Ia times pis'; but recently an markably flno wnUnoe.didn't youP over had used fata teeth be incinerated, the again, over, tlrao and of Paris society. That volatile people, the improvement upon the old process of suit "V, air, but at last I got it to of ame." Fnch, are curiously imitative, and it is teeth would come out of the retort uninVirginia, cook 'Advortlsemcnt has been introduce! in Ub, huh. pearly white, although rothing the brilliant exam-pi- e jured and and well made peanut Hour is becoming wanted In another column.' Certainly very seriously asserted that body might remain but a small reset by Mme Hughes has resulted in the of the fliio, but say, wo don't waut a cook in anpopular. It is said that this Hour can be Chicago Herald. other column. None of our columns have sale of 30.000 revolvers within a fortnight. sidual of ashes. made into very palatable biscuits, which cooks In them." la one cocaalim? thought behind all Extremes sometimes meet. In China a "Ob, no, of coutfe not," replied tho young Tir, are at the sami time nutritious, (New n this, and It is that before the French man. dog thief is beheaded, but the man who York Hun. "But, by tho way you havo exproiM.il cab ieirn to hit a mirk- with these steals a million can bo but slightly punishnro led to Cellau Warm. A cheap yourself, people In which th infer tliat this tojs some new passion will have diverted ed, and usually uns away to Corea. In Kki the notice appcan ono and very tflectlve way, to raire the lem column tho and that another cook i their attention. the United Stat a horse thief is lynched hai a cook dangerously wanted in another column. I am sorry to perature in a cellar that is pfucondlng bank ctahier goes to stood en the roller skates, but and the The girl near the fr wring point ia to ret one or more ho that In this, your first attempt as a Canada. It s'rikes us that there is very go; she was afraid to into tho percommon kerosene lamps on the cellar bit journalist, you have fallen rapidly. You then she could not rendered by the human family. nicious habit of writing too tempt the fatee because she wobbled so. little justice tomduring the daytime, when not wanted must not dash It off In UiLs way. It is dun. I Cbawley, eaj! do aloud, "Saj made a bet that he would inA for lighting tho rooms above. We have geroiu to your future succsm. Go away on She called help me along." But Chawley vent a questicn to which fifty people would all noticed how much warmer a liv- tho hlllslda somewhere and think. Write cotm.do bet. tho sentonco ou tho broad page of your mind ing room is in the eveniu, when the lamps until It U entirely eoverod with characters. went the other way, because hU skates wen1 give the same answer. He won the The question wan "Have you heard that are burntafythsn in tho daytime with tbe Then turn your mind over and wrlto on tho wrong. There came a crush a thunderothorslda Aftor you havo completed tin ing ound The girl; Oh, where was sht? 8mith hs committed tuicide?'' and the same amount of tire In the stove or furnace work, sit down on n reck nnd wait until 1 Ask tbe giddy youths around, who saw the the answer in every case was, "What All the beat from a burning lamp is retain call you. Good morning, lr. Yes, tho sun Smith?"' Twenty-fivcent.' Is shining beautifully ed in tbe apuinient. Good morn- - hosiery- .- Watchman, A pioutl convict in the Philadelphia worth of kerosene oil will throw out a sur Inj-.- " The Warden of the Kansas State Prisprising amount of heat, and In many cares penitentiary, where the system of solitary Now Stylo at tlio Opera. on fays that more convicts, in proportion N'ew York Letter. is in vogue, manages to do it would be the cbeipcst meant for keeping come from counties confinement Is something now to graud opera to the population That same missionary work among his fellow acellar from f reding during the pasiago ol here, and one of.tho results Is comical. A where the prohibitory law Ia enforced thanby writing scriptural texts on the New England Farman extra cold wave. box already flllivl with hollos Is entered by frcm counties where there is no liquor law prisoners Is a huddling and of immense cockroaches which wanbacks er. uoreral fceaux. There prohibition populaticn of 115,905 fur In tho formation of a tableau, for A der from cell to cell. In a certain town of our acquaintance rnstllnl aware that they are on view to niahed 16 more convicts than an anti-prthey ttc raloon-keepeIn nearly tho whole house, and then thsy en-'t- hibition population of 117,239. Two Dangerous Seasons. the undertaker Is alto a Into animated conversation, entirely conSpring and Fall are times when so insny people the front room are liquors, with all the thoy are more interesting than TLeebaneeslnthe weather sre Bucklen's Armea Sahe. ci tick. persons, and oren those who are severe equipments of an average groggery. Sep- fident that strong tho proceedings on tho stage, where a lank on feeble Tho beat Salvo In tbe world for Cuts, Druliea, arated by a very thin partition in the rear Taimbausor is being temptod by a fat Venus. are apt, as they saj, "to le feeling miserable.' Tetter, Ferer are his coffins, and not far from the back At this juncture tho stalwart German fathor Sores, Ulcm, Salt Iltteum, Corns, Sores, all Skin Than they arejust In condition to be struck down and of Charred Hinds, Chilblains, is the cemeterr. The association Is of a present family stands up in tho midst with some kind of lever. A bottle or two of Park door no pay rehis anuoyed follow Ing.fncos tho box squarely, Eruptions and positively cures Piles, or satlsfac-tio- er's Tonic will Inflgorate the digestion, put tbe r suggestive. Is guaranteed to give perfest It Is altogether appropriate nnd say, "Sdop sdop The quired li kidneys and blood in perfect order and PrlcoM cents rer box, llrer, for tha mn who deals in whUky to have a fashlonablw are as completely extinguished more aerlous atUcks. Why suffer and perixc as though n bomb of carboulc acid had boong tor sale t Tate A Penny. stock of coffins on hand, tie who haps die wben so simple a medicine will save you? among them. Theso episodes, Tary-luGood for both sues and all ages. to trim tbe etizetr. And, sraashel tho spokon reproof of an individual the drlnka ought from , n Ena to Bone Scraping. then, how suggestive the gradation. Io to tha blues of a hundred, are of almost Positive Cure for Piles, IMward Shepherd, of Uirrlsburj, 111., the front, whisky; in the back room coffin; nightly occurrence-- . To the people ofthls county we would say that so much bneflt frora Electric received 0. at the back door, the cemetery.-- N Hitters. I feel It mr dutr to let suffering human webaTe been given the agency ot Dr. Marchlsl'a Older Than tlio I'yinuiltU. guaranteed ity know It. Hive had a running sore on my leg Italian Pile Christian Advocite. I'eck'a Sim. Internal, External, lor eight years, my doctors toll me that I would to cure or moiiey refunded A Dodgevlllo piper raja: "A somewhat Senator McPberaon saye defeat of his novel feature of tho Jubllco will be tho carry- hue to lure tbe bone scrap JU or leg auipula:eu. Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50 cents no psy. Tenny A McAIUter, bill in the Houre to autherizs national ing out of a bot botweou a couple of residents .1 used, Instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters a box. No cure, my leg n now Druggists. wheel tho other and sereo boxes Arnica Salve, and banks to issue circulation equal the par of tho village. Bitters are sold at 80 Daughters, Wives and Mothers. through tgwni" etc. Novel! Why, man aound aod well." Iclrlc Arnica Salve at 2Jc value of their bonds deposited in tbe Treat joke, cents a bottle and Bucklin's We emphatically gusranteo Dr. Marchlsl'a alive, that U oldor than a mlnUtral ury is the end of all auch legislation by this IlioraglyphlcJ of the sama ttave bojn found per bcx by Tate 4 Penny. a female remedy, to cure Femala DiseasCongrtM, en tha walls of Pompeii, and it was one of es, such as Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and Discovery. AStartling the many fcollsh practices that caused tho Ulceration, Falling and dUpUcemsnt or bearing Mr. Wm. John sou, of Huron, Dak., writes tha fVoJ. IrregaUrtttles, Barrenness, Changs tin THIS IDEA OF OOlSa WEST with acute Bronchitis down feeling, his wife bad been troubled many weaknessea Io Colorado or St Mexico, for puro air torelwre tried gave no vf r.iff. Leucorrhcea. besides Theory. Sdentlflo for ui.inr vcari and that all remedies Bloat-InConsumption, li nil a mlitukc. Any rraioimblcniao procured a bottle of springing from the above, like Headache, Texas BJrtluir. rlll. until ha Spinal Weskn.ss, Sleeplessness, Nervous defor ' Tiofesaor, what do you think about tbe Dr. King's New Discovery .tor Consumption, would iim Dr. DouVo'i Cough nuil I.ung Syrup sale by CooiuuptloD la all lla first etnges. It norcr falls dark apoU on the moon I'' nUsed a studont at Coughs and Colds, which had a magical eflffit and bility, Palpitation of the iTeart, ae. For and ft 60 per bottle. Bend i, Io gtr rrllrf In all cum of Cougln, ColJn, the Unlvewlty of Texas, of one of tho teach- produced a psrmanent cure. Ii Is guaranttod to druggists. Prices II to Dr. Marchlsl, UUca,N.Y., for pamphlet, free. ruin i la the C'Ucst and all aGbctlou I bat ar ers. euro all dlsasss of tho Throat, Lungs or Bronchi considered primary to Consumption. Pi Ice, GO cents tho spota on tho moon an al Tubs. Trlsl bottles free at Tate A Tamil's For aale by Peony A McAllater, Druggists. "I am sure that nl IJ.Oa Hold by HcHpU'rli & Stage. tho result of earthquakes," was thtf reply. enr.-ying par-don- Of course, ghosts, llko all clo, bavu bad to submit to a proeosi of evolution In order to lw adapted ta their prosont environment Tho ghost of the nlnotoonth Is very unllWo tho ghost of tho sixteenth century. For ono thing, ghwti nro no longor limited In tlielr hours of "walking." They have considerably more liberty, as U only natural In thesi day. Thnr ar no mora bounl at cock-cro"ahrink In haito away, and vanlih from our sight." Thoy no longor, "in habit as they lived," "with solemn march ro slowly and stately by"; and they no longer rujtrlct thoir npponniuca to groat occasion!, when wclgnty mortis of warning or advico aro ueolful Tho inolsm glirmt hm boon doveloiwl into n much libs auUttantlal and a much lest reavinnbla bol'i than iti nnevstor. It U uiietlmr rluo A to n msre vole, or even to a monage conveyed without a voico, or to Tbe lljatnlDZ'bug tbe dime, n .lindowv haul or dim vision Hooting Tbe UJ.liui has no wing at a! vaguely In tho nlr nt a dark scanco And But be gets t litre all tbe time. too of ton for thoir ghwtly reputation's soke tho communication! mndo by thow pwudo-gliost- i N. II. This poemlet may bj sung to the are Inanely foollth, polntlo1, and air of ' I'll Maet Her when the Sun Gnes utaloif. Tho robut, matter of fact, Era. who haunt h! country D wn'-Ne- w ghot honws and country Itie, and scnrel the Worth is no longer the autocrat of fashchildren and mal 1 aorvanti, and torrlllod nil tha vlllagcn wit'i guilty conwIenoM km ion. Sntn time ago he announced that he Tao lovely lady who hopelesily out of djt as about to reintroduce the crinoline. waudentd un and ijwi loiwly oorridew por- thj blojdlnx He bss undertaken it, but tbe Loglieh wo tr Dangerous Man at Large. Louisville commercial tourist tends ua tbe following original pce'-i- o gem for publication. He says he has only recently turned his attention to poetry, but hopes in due time to reel oil a poem which shall combine the beauties of sentiment, style and thought that characterize Ms). Sam Genes' "Violets She Sent Me" and Hon. J, A. McKeozte's ''Old Woman who Killed Herself with a Time alone can prove whether this new poet shall ever reach the goal he eeeks. It may turn out a esse of "vaulting ambition which otr leapi Itself." nevertheless we bid him pre on (o the mark. Bit we will not kn-- rur reader in supeoe any longer, to without further prefatory rrinirk we give the poem: Tbejuae Ijux btithe zoIJeu wln, A A well-know- n r." The Grand Jury System. At the recent election in Iowa the people of that State adopted an amendment to their constitution which virtually aholUhe the grand jury. It provides that the grand jury may consist of any number of mem btrs, not less than five nor more than fifteen, as the legislature may prescribe, at d that the legislature may provide for holding persons to answer for any criminal offense without the intervention of a grand jury. The legislature will undoubted pa's r:EA.x.Ti:its laws in accordance with the popular feeling against grand jariei. And yet if the DrnjjH, Wall Paper, Musical Wines. ClictHlcnlg, InHfrtieBiOBtg.. lilqnor people suppose that felonious crimss ar to ( leans, Stationery, Pocket be punished more surely and summarily OllH, SoupH, Cutlery, Tobaccos by virtue of this Innovation, they will be Lamps, Perfumery, Fire Arms, ainchla nil iYtp4 considerably diuppointed. The adoption Onr Jcifclrr, Sllvcnrnro and optical floods Department ia in Charge eTCsL of the amendment iasignifiosnt chlflr beThos. Blclmrds, irho will Kopair Watches and Clocks promptly nud la the fcut cause itdenotei a pipalir desire t swetp style. away the fonilud legal obttructhns to justice. The abolition of tho grand jury is a great innovation. The grand jury is much more ancicat even thin the 'petit or trial jury. The people are not afraid of in novations, aod they desire an efficacious system, applioible to the people now on earth, of dealin? with criminals ani checking crime. Tribune. M'ROBERTS&STAG Stanford, its Opera House Block, Painty Book, .i ii ZE3I.O. petually wrtigln,; her hanh body iti twn ghatly bead all Uio murdenxl victlnu "shaking tholrgory locki,' orstalklnsaoleumlya! tho ghost of "burlod Denmark must majitl'il of ghoits untd his metvigo was delivered aro fast vanishing, even from th Christmas storlet. instead of the! old frlendi', wo havo now a bewildering and provoking trtbo of npparj. Hum. onlv utrlf real chot and half Idea. Wo havo pirlualltic mnnlfesUtlon!, now nnd occult powen arul mysteries enough, wit all suppoted to be scientifically explicable. Now explanation Is n natural and common-plactoo ruin of n good ghost story. When wo have turned down tho llhU, and prepare t for n dtJIghtf ul thrill of horror, ono does not want one's ghost to bo explained away; ouo feels cheated sshen tho "true ghwt atory" is only an account of a flashy apparition, which comes In a stupid kind of way to announce its own death; and ono feels positively Injured when It li cxplalnol by a scientific description of brain waves and transmitted his edict. Th'y not only declined crinoline, but they have gradually shaken themselves free from all that might be suppored to lead up to such a catai rophe. Krrn the crinolette has dwindled Into tbe very smallest dimensions, and is now represented by a curious little silk cushion, stuffed with tbe very best and finest hay, and supplemented with or.e solitary row of steel. Nor will they, having once tested satufictorily their ability to say "No," consent to pile up their coifurti to the immense height now prevalent In Paric, nor to wear the absurd- Iv exaggerated bair fnoges which coyer the entire forehead. men haye refused to obarrve I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising tlie best in the market; frrquent it which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Bupley RUPLET. Seven Things To Remember. 3recL ( Pxuts. OUR in-la- v LADIES', MISSES' .xrD- man-uftctu- re wo-me- CHILDREN'S Ldonr PINE KID AND GOAT y. SHOES BE r. m m EXCELED ! hoo-o-sh- l" pre-Te- nt ormc-eyreluni- aayi-"Ila- rlug Olntment-emphatlc- ally TRYJPAIR & g, BRUCE M'ROBERTS, ,M Droit-cliltb- STANFORD, KIT. I.WTTiTHfUlTTTWf r yfcj g i nanaaauiaai MaWJMHWMMllliMIl Tub insane efforts wI of toe, alleged Irish third MrE. H. Stahltnan nt elsh,. Jr , gave Mr. and Mrs. U. W. a very elegunt reception Friday evening to TJJo GjsicJgo street car companies make Mr. and Mrs. Miller Lee anil Mr.and Mrs. January 27, 1885 SUaford, Ky more money than thef know how to spend. J. W.lfedd. Stock in one of tho companies is estimated Mm Minaret Downtnn has purchased w. P. WALTON. at 255;and in tnother at 100. from the Trustees of ths Theological 8f y Louisville Jeans manufacturers will tle house and lot cor. 31 nnd Broadstartup Feb. 1,. and run two months on way for $3.00. TmsNew Yoik Sun, which is opposed to lime to see how it will go. This gets after Mr. Cbnrfes Stanwood, a very worthy eay fatorablu liquor ii good news to 1,400 breadwinners Evans and Fbil Thompson Cbamiesioner young ouan, has tilted up a window in the The total cellections from internal pjstofiice where he is prepared to repair mJoIIowi: ''It is generally suppoeed that ould kindly twk your attention to tho fact that thoy havo jnst returned revenue for the last six months amounted watches and jftwelry. Bulie pnrpoee of the Internal Revenue from tho cities with n largo, fresh and woll selected stock of off ol four milto $56,518,568, a falling reau is to collect taxes pretcrlbed by Ccn It is the purposeol Mr. L. H. Chan Tub jealous young ass of tho Harrodi- - lions and a quarter for the same period last dler, proprietor of the Danville stem ms. It is generally soppoeed that the burg Democrat continues to long tor an ad year of ':ntduty of the Conimiwicner of Internal vertisement in this paper, which is acThe nife of Mr. R. W. Knott, leading laundry, to shortly establish a Revenue is to look after intenatsof the knowledged to be the best medium extant editorial writer on the Courier Journal, died hie business at Stanford. Endless in variety, dainty in quality, and satisfactory in prices, this wo guarGovernment and to enforce the law. Yetjre for reaching the mouse.'. But we havn't of typhoid fever in Louisville, Saturday. Invitations are out for tho marriage iear that tho propoied expedient for evad- space to throw away and therefore in the She had been married lees than two of Miss Cora Wallace, of this place, to antee. Onr nira shall bo at all times to supply every want in our lino. ing He law acd tie drft cf the new bill linguage of the illustrious Watterson ad- months. Mr. Arthur P. Mills, of Lnuiavillle. The senators will marriage is to take plrn l'b. 11th nex', changing the law both had their oritin in vise him to ''Go to, go to school, go to a The terms of twenty-fou- r nunnery, go to the devil," any where, so expire March 4tb, the day of Mr. Cleve-ltnd- 'a Consists of tho standard brands of Europe and America. Our largo lino The Central Kentucky Medical Asso lie offic of the present Republican of Intemil Revenur, and we that be does not observe th order of his inauguration. Somo of them suc- cintion met at the Clemens House Wednes- of cooking stoves includes thejustlycolobratol "Great Wostorn Itiaervo" and ceed themselves and others go home with day, when after the transaction of regular going, but goes at once. bear that the leading candidate fer many other family favorites. under the new democratic ad- heavy hearts. business Dr. Wm. Webb, of Brrantevillc, The Louisville Hut Is sometimes right OUK CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWAHE STOCK consists in part Roswell Grant, aged 85 year, an uncle was elected President and Dr. A. W. John-atoniniirlitn is the centleman who is now as witness the following: ' We are glad to of Table, Tea and Chamber Sets complete, Gloawaro richly cut and etched. acting s attorney for the whisky interests of Gen. Grant, died al St. Albans, W. Va. Secretary. paying (he taxei be able to commend Senator Williams for a During the rebellion he sympathized with la their efforts to etcape Mr. Jas Kinniard has sold the pro- In tho way of Breadstufla wo name Buckwheat flour, tho queen of all tribes. very sensible utterance. He sits our railbea they become due. Under an inveiti road the South, but had lots of confidence in perty on Third street, where he now lives, Our celebrated "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cako and pastry, whiio commission is worthless. He is right. .gatioti fome information might be brought his Union nephew. to Mr. G. W. Welsh, Sr , for $2500. Louis Rice and Hominy, our own patiotic products, aro arrajed as faithful adjunct. incoming ad- - The office of commissioner is only a device The Sunday Argut was purchased for Cohn sold to P Mannini fur $2,300 the All the delicacies in foreign and domestic tut that would interest the by which the state is made to support a few confections aro hero. aisistratton as well as the country." by Judge Hoke, Ashcr Cnuth and store room on Mtin street recently purpolitical cripples who can't be elected to J $3,500 Tin, Stout?, Wooden and Willowwaro, Electric lamps, Stationery, Canned Ltfe Joseph. it will be The lonie psper of the coming Preei-.da- any office, and who are so accustomed to ed into a HokeKnowalls say our next turn chased from George Lawrence. Con advocate for Mr. Susan P. Grigsby offer for sale Meats nnd Fruits, and a complete liuo of Cigars nnd Tobaccos. Well this is profems to know him well enough to government pay that they can't do without oniy a bint of what we havo. grsesaaan Post. Tuesday, at her late residence on 21 street ay; Like Andrew Jackson, Grover Clare it." The snowfall on the Italian Alps Is the some valuale personal property. She has Believing that wo can make it to your interest, wo confidently ask an exJasd will select bis own Cabinet, regardltsi Gath draws this o'er true picture of Ken within the memory of nan. Ter- been a resident of Washington city for' amination of our goods aop your patronage, ef the wiahcB and advices of others. Still tucky: "As I whirled along towards the heavieit rible accounts arrive from villtgea destroy- nearly a year and will continue to make jfee Ikteas respectfully. He receives advice Kentucky line I found a community where Itapeclfnllv, TAYLOR BROS. as known, that city her home. so tiBdly and with the courtesy of a finished life is the most cheapeat and wSrtbleu ed. It is calculated that far 300 lives have been lost. Meeeera. Hubert. UcGcodwio, if. G. gestleaan. Bat he has a large head upon thing; where judges on the Bjnch are shot Tammany will send five hundred Sandile'r, J J. Yeis'er, C X. Smith, Frank shoulders and a mind of his own. and the murderers g unpunished, where a bis Mr. Grady Gilcher, Morris Yelser and A. J. Potts, of to inauguration. like Gen. Jackson, be will do as he be man cm linger for years in jiil for stciling members be the will not among the number. Grady the Knight TempUr Commandery, went lievee best for the interests of the country a chicken or a pig, but he can eend a buand will to Harrodtburg Sunday to attend Tammany ud his own comfort. Those who have rn n soul to its everlasting account, and be- got be giiea an in trouble once, so again. eral of their deceased brother, Mr. the funopportunity to do not Charles faces most active in tendering advice to him come a hero ia society. A few days ago Pat. "Woods (colored) Williams. DEALKB IN will, we belfeve, eventually learn that he killed Const sole Mike Bauer, at Macomb mores or current events. B. F. Phillips, wholesale liquor dealofficial affairs aaa fee trusted to conduct his Hardware, Ilerao Skeee, ClrecerleH, Nadellt, City, Miss., and escaped. Woods was ar- er of this place has two and a half bartacerdingto his owe ideas; and his enemies, Sim 8;one, a noted negro burglar, got Nalki, QucctiMwaro, Iingxy Whip, rested. A mob of masked men broke open rels of pure Bourbon whisky which was --even those who have been foremost in vi- 15 years at Louisville. BHggy vYkedn, rstoTea, ChboXUIn HaraMf, the jail and took him out and hanged hira IS years old on the first day of Jan. last. tuperation, will respect him. Grover SpekeM, The HawkaJeet Coal Cj., of West Grated, Cider MIIIr, The available cash balance in the It is estimated that not exceeding a half Cleveland will yet confound his foes and Va., has failed for $75,000. RIuih, (oHCKarc, Cera Skellent, Cellars, Treasury on the lot of February gives p'nt of this goods would modify St. John ateaish even his most sanguine and enthu- Maj. Wiley C. 8nail, a respected citi-z.- n promise of exceeding $145,000,000, a sur- birrsilf on the whisky question. aaaaitc advocates. Oliver Chilled. Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and of Jessamine, is dead, aged 61. plus sufficiently hrge to warrant the Col. Thomis M. Gibbons, the accom A man named Smith was lynched for Cast Paapi, and the Celebrated Xayfleld Elevator. Tin Roal-in- g stated as the reason that tho U. S is Secretary to Issue a call for 3 per cjnt. plished nihilist who toncbed off the bombs attempt at rape in Pulaski last week. and GaUtjfing will have prompt attendee. --Supreme court is two yes,rs and a half be- bonds. in London, Eigliud, on Saturday Jaet, arLewis R. Kean, formerly proprietor of -- Gen. SpeedS. Fry, President of the rived home Sunday evtoiog. fuadio its work, that the justice gives alto The Cononel getfctr too much time to writing elaborate the Louisville Hotel, is dead, seed 36. Mexican Vetertnt' Association of the Stat;, says the British tyrants crowded him so Colfax left an estate valued at $550,-00- 0, has issued a supplementary call changing .Bfaaions. Their decisions are longer than closely that he had to ome home by telewhich he willed to his wife and son. tiey should be. Every one of the justices the date of the meeting to the 2 lib of Feb graph via the Atlantic cable. Bob Mack, the negro minstrel, who ruary, who renders a decision feels bound always it Flemingsfcarg, as the221 fall on In a recent Issue of the Interior to review the entire history and alleged made himself famous as a rooster, is dead. Sunday. Journal it was announced that Mr. Alex Mr. Edmunds introduced a bill in the facts an the case. The decision is generally Gen. Passenger Agent, C. P. Atmore. ander Anueraon. 01 mnvuir, was a canopan the last page of the opinion. The Senate to prohibit the exportation of dy- of the L. &. N., has just returned from a didate for Circuit Court Clerk for Boyle --average opinion could be reduced to the namite or other explosives. visit to the New Orleans Exposition and countr at the next August election. As a The fellow that clubbed editor Mai pronounces it in full blast. The accommo3aaal page without injury. The highest faithful cbrenicltr cf fusing events It DauLiastcum claims (hat he did so because he made dations are good and can be secured at reaoesrt in England renders oral decisions, now becomes your correspondent's duty to improper advances to his wife. awl in the majority of cases immediately sonable rates. announce that Mr. Reed S. Nichols is a Drugs, Books, Stationery and At Mt. Washington. N. H., the merfollowing the completion of the arguments Mm. Carrie Winslow, residing in New- candidate for tbc same position Fancy Articles. at the eame of the counsel, after the briefest of periods cury went 50 below rero, 1 colder than port, Ky., killed one of her children Sun ever known before. The wind blew 100 day, and so injured another that it can time Mr. Nichols, is countr eletk and Pbjilcliti' irtteiiptlcniacturittlyccmpciicdrd. Their judges are so for consultation. while he proposes to hold on t? that offioe, AUo fkilled in the law that they do not need to miles per hour for 12 hours. not survive. She then destroyed her own he desires a!eo to be C.rcuit Court Clerk. In a snowdrift in the streets of Chica- life. The woman was recently released retire to their closets to study for two cr Mr. Montrose Graham was here last three weeks before coming in with a decis- go, with the thermometer eight degrees be- from an insane asylum. " week, He was on his return from a little low zero, a thinly-claion. Danish servant girl Thomas Chapman in Illinois and a The Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, Tjie meanest, longest and ugliest white at 2:30 o'clock in the morning gave birth colored preacher in Texas climbed the gold walk he had taken from Rockcutle to see Jewelry and 8ilverwais his venerable father, Dr. C. C. Graham, B&a in existence is the individual who to as infant. en stair Friday, via the hempen line. Both who is sick in Louisville. Mr. Graham Kwr bought to Ibis market Prim Lower tban The centennial building at Yorktown Were murderers and the preacher acknowlsigns himself French Tipton. "We wrote tb Lovnt. Wattbea, Clock, nd Jcvelrr Re"stepped" up to Crab Orchard from here was burned Friday. The loss is over $20,- - edged the corn and agreed paired on abort notice and Warranted. complimentary paragraph abouLhim and with hia jury Wednesday and from that point proposes instead of accepting it, even in the condi 000. This b sliding was erected for the that he ought to die. ties it was, he goes contrsry to usage and centennial exercises, which took place in Flags made out of pure American silk to foot it to his home in Rockcastle county. 27. C. BltlGIaT. v. He hardly ever travels on railroads as he is a.v. Oitoter, .1881. looks a gift horse in the mouth by ctiticiz-la- s were presented to the Senate and House sys accidents are liable to happen at any The Democratic Members of the Il- Friday by the Woman's grammar. If the judge ehosld ever Assoget eg a paper upon which he did riot have linois Legislature united in signing a mem- ciation of Philadelphia. The gift was ac time. Mrs. It, G. Merrill returned from Louto set his own copy and correct hia own orial to President Cleveland asking the ap- companied by a memorial asking for a lit pointment of Wm. M. Springer as Secreta- tle more Congressional assistance for the de- isville Saturday. Mr. Wm. Herndon, of proof, taking time to try to parse each of Liora-ter- , was in town Friday on legal his somewhat strained sentence", he might ry of the Interior. velopment of the silk interest. business. Mr. Sam Lizarus has returned Hanry Tooey, of Mmouri, has given Appreciate the fact that there are "intelli-fea- t A discovery of a large lot of dynacompositors" ever ready to improve notice that he will ask Judge Barr to ap mite among aome stolen bxks in the new from a trip to New Orleans and Burming-ham- , Ala. Mr. Joseph Coffey left Saturon manuscript and adopt a method of spell-i- g point a Receiver for the funds now in the City Hall, Chicago, shook up the nerves of IN- hands of R J. Breckenridge, belonging to the city official! and others, Oje box con- day foi Wayne county to be absent about not authorized by Webster. the Knights of Honor. tained a crank, which, if turned while in two weeks. Mr. Harry Summers, of the Xotwithstaudixo Neal has been conThe Wheeling nail manufacturers have the vicinity of other boxes would have ex- Elizibetbtown AW, is hero for a few days. victed of the most heinous of crimes for advanced the card rate of nails to $2 15, ploded a revolver inside and destroyed the Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hope, of Liurel county, which his two accomplices have paid the less are here on a visit to Mrs. Isabella Batter tea per cent, for d lots and the City Hal). Socialists suspected. penalty with their necks, a Mt. Sterling usual discount for cash. This is a virtual In the House, Mr. Hurd offered a pre- ton, Mr. Hope's muter Mr. C. S. Snead, paper has canvaieed that town and only advance of 20 cents per keg. amble and resolution reciting that certain of 1ouisvllle, was here Thurdar and Fri foasd two men who would not sign a peti A prominent candidate for Commis- bills appropriating money from the Treaa day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lorfan. who were tiotj to Gov. Knott requesting him to com-sausioner of Pensions under the coming Ad- ury, originating in the Senate, are in vio- married on the 13 h int , have returned AND Neal's sentence to life imprisonment. ministration has appeared A few of in the person of lation of the privilege of House to exclu from a trip ti Naw Tal8 shows what fools the mortals be of John Bagley, Jr., member of Cjogreen sively originate bills for raisiog revenue tneir irtends met them Thuwdav ermine that place and how e&sy it is to get a man's from the fifteenth district of New York and directing the Judiciary Committee to at tin home of Mr Lean's mother. Mr. name to a paper, when it costs him nothing The Cynthiana Xcvi belongB to the inquire into the power of the Senate and Mrs J B. Larimer have returned to to or bat the time to write it. Xeal has been in whipping-pos- t their home in Topska, Kania party, which is growing iginate bills ap propriating revenue. jail at Mt. Sterling and his lying protista, rapidly. It is not improbable that the Mrs. Migoflia, a widow, living r.eir tiona of innocence have fooled the tender- next Legislature an nia Own Tnterme. way make a trial of that Green's Store, Ky., heard a noise it her hearted gulls of that guileless town. JCbJeago Tribune. ancient, though lively institution. Lou. barn, and taking down a trmly rill?, slipkIf you ilo not at onco remit tho 1100 you The Ohio mode of getting rid of an un- Times. ped out in the darkness to ascertain the owo our firm," wroto n dun tho other day to The cost of carrying a bushsl of grain ruly lunatic is much more expeditions than cause. She saw a figure moving near ttu a dcliniuont debtor, "we shnll be obllgoJ to the Kentucky custom. In one of our asy- from Chicago to New York by lake and barn door, leveled her gun and fired. put tho bill into tho hnnJi of a lawyer for lums they break a patient's bones and al- canal was, in 1803, twenty five cents, and When a light was brought eho found the collection." tho aaia. In 18S4 these dead body of Ashen Johnson, a notorious by"My dear sir," replied you debtor, urbanely, low him to die slowly from the effects of by all rail forty-tw- o tho next post, "if nro happily the ragged edges working through the flesh. figure3 were reduced to eight and fourteen colored hog thief, shot through the with a lawyer who Is nblo to collect heaif. M00 from me, I beg you to send him to me But at the Longview Asylum near Cincin-ctnnat- l, cents respectively. No arreat. at once, for I thnll bo glad to employ him in AT ALL TIMES A FULL JLIXE OF Many membera of Congress favor Repa headstrong lunatic was dipped my own interest." C. E. Willianip, well known by his col- resentative Millard's resolution proposing in hot water till he was so severely ecalded nection with Daughter' College, at Wliut Thry S.y Abroad. that he died during tho same night. If an amendment to the Constitution extendy was stricken with apoplexy London Truth.l the limit of tho Presidential term to tie poor creatures arc to be murdered we ing night and died in three hours. He 'Iced K't" is tho namo givon ky the six years, and.providlng a pension for the rather approve of the Ohio style, but the in Now York to their latoat concocfell on tha street and lost consciousness in tion. scoundrels who would inflict such punish retiring Presidents. fjont'n a few minutcj. Mr. Williams was a broth- lemon-peo- It is composed ofadditionmilk, gin, nnd with n due The 8upreme Cjurt of Tennessee, has er of of sugar ment on the poor unfortunates ought to be John Aucustus William, a cousin of ice. It U said that tho "dudoa" bhit for nnd tho aSrmsd the deith sentence of CjI. Wm. Senator Williams and Col. R M. Kelly. new boverage. slowly burned alive. Sptnce, and fixed Much 13 for the hang- Hut wlfo was Annie Barber, of Jeflerson The Somerset LtpulUma remarks: "E7 ing. Spsnce wis convicted of Tho Baltimore Nows reports a member of tho murder county. He leavet no children. thoiocont woman' congroa as toying that ery time the pardon mill at Frankfort turns Mar-fl'ia- !, ofCol.Ei. Wheat, "it is n nleo thin;; for a ntnu to keep hi States cum: kok ribKn. out a new pardon it has the tame effeot on mouth nt to bo kissed," his son in law. t Plies aro frequently preceded by n tonic of tie editor of tho Interior. Journal as London was start.'eJ Saturday afterVktorllujcot Ho a3ono of thoo ehib Intbs tark, loin, nnd lower jart of llio abdomen, flaunting a red flig in the face of a belligecmulng tho patient to iupjoo lieliaa iomonrTvctluti ilrcn, jo deserving of pity from nil, who noon by three explosions o.f dynamite havo fathers nnd mothers, and yet aro orrent ball." Quite correct. We know how one at Westminister Hall, one at the White cl tho Kidney or neighboring; organ. At tlrar, phans. aroptoini of Indljwtlon nro pretcnt, a llatnlenry, hard it,is to convict a criminal, if he have Tower and the third at the Parliment uneatlncea of tho ituMiuli, etc. A inolittire, mosey or influential friends, and when by building. Ten people were, producing a Tery dln? reooblo Itclilng, dangerously The frulrtrat Sound. chance he is given'l'least a portion of his uuti nuu ujauy omera injured, Men, wo- after ratling warm, Ii a tery common Attendant, John iSwinton says tho saddest sound heard desertj, (0 have the Governor pardon him men and llllnd, Weeding nnd Itching I'ilea jleld at onco to tho In New York Is tho hammering of tho tough children are among the victims application of Dr. UoeanKo'd Pile litncdy, which net, simply because a lot of weak minded peo- The day was pleasant sot on boardlng-hous- o tabled. and the localities directly upon the parti offectid, absorbing tbo ple and demagogues sign a petition to ihst we e thronged with people, and it is mir- - Tumors, allaying the Intcnio Itching and affecting a 11 Is said Jn Dane so womou have end, i 1 discouraging to those who wish to aculous that the list of caatialtlra ! nni termnncut cure. I'rlco M centi. Addrcn tho Dr. cgu and aothat enow tno dm os pins. novcr not see crime punished and the mij'sty of the greater. No arrests have been made, Itoianko Medicine Co,, riiua,ObIo. gold byMcRob-ertietagg. Washed Out Hair. Jaw maintained. though tho police have bun ordered to There Ja a fort of pallid, chalky complexion Dr. IIOSANKO. to become keep an cje on numerous "suspects." The A call on Col. S. I. All the above goods have been bought very Low and trblch the noTcllata.culla "waiucd out complexfamiliar vlth the a candidate for the 'Legislature appears in statues cf King William IV. and King ofThla namo Lbi becomo 10 United Statea that meat ion." It la ghaatly enough and no mlatale. ptoplo throughout tho It la . : .. hair will be sold tie Frankfort 3 Icoman and judging by the ucuiric Tar in triaiminisicr nan, were hardly ccceteary to aluto that ho ! tho originator cf Waihed-out- , faded, colored or the possible marign. Wo rea dead sure thing overturned. Gladstone's seat iu the House tho great Dr. HoianLo'a Cough and lung P)rnp, laalmoataa repuilre and melancholy. Parker's1 .number cf signers be has Hair Unliain will jour electionvfrHebas been lhere;bejre, ofiQjffimonBJwasi blown jio pieces and a tho peoptj'a farorilo remedy, whttcvtr lnon, for color, vbaterer It rcatorebrown, balr to itsororiginal spectfully ask an inspection and invite competition. Prices oa black. auburn waj Cvugbi. C1I. Coniumptlon and all aflictlor.n cf and his experience wllTbe of mtichrwvica' cruehed to the Throat and I.miji. rTlco 0 oc;li aJ 1,00 Why wear mcis on your head, if hen you may ' . ' and goods guaranteed. atoms. BRIGHT & 0URKAN. to the Htate. hare llrely, ahlnlpg hair. Sold b.Y Jlcltoberti 4 FtacS. -- sympathizes to blow up London can but react against the suflering .people of Ire laad. The owardly, sneaking scampi deserve and will receive tho execrations cf all civil'zed people, if they do not them-selve- s gtt their deserts at the end of n hal ter. The indiscriminate murder of innocent men, women and children and the of valuable publioproperijr are the most barbarous of all methods of revenge and those who are eogaged in it are Ire land's worst enemies. has beenelected of 'the L. & N.,wlth "dASHLLE, BOYLE COUNU. T The New Groceriee h'sadqaarttrs atNaBhvllle. House or mud Hardware TAYLOR BROS. two-third- a Our Hardware and Pocket Cutlery Com-auwioo- e, Wi Hi HiGGINS Irea, IpCevena, -- It . 'eimj MWfete PHARMACISTS, -- JEWELERS- d j. cm Silk-Cultnr- BRIGHT k DEALERS CM, car-loa- Groceries, Hardware, Queensware FARMING v te IMPLEMENTS, Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, koutli Bend and Hamilton Clipper Turning: Plows. coxsistixo or Har-rodsbur- g, Sit-urda- l, Mii-li- Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Wagons. Our Carriage department will be full and complete with the best makes of Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at smallest -- beof-stca- k We also havo a Largo Lino of Walking and Riding Cultivators. Solo Agents for -- rs.. at, jr--- parti-colore- d ik y 1 &wi-39tekInniMQrtxr- Tv.oClindeii.en, with Litnpe, cheap. T. R Walton. ii for sale Staiferd, ty l.&N.LOCAl Mall January 27, 1885 McWade Thursday night at the Opera Home. TIME C1R0. Nmvb come RipVan Winkle !! ii by the great Rjbert HO M Emrmtratn" ' lm 1 " tiorb The abora ti calculated " " train going North -- ,..... Month.... South. ..... ,.,....tJ 48 r, U. 186 p.m. - .... 1 12 a.m. S9 LM, tiolir on ataudard time, .Uut 20 jnliiMtn fater LOCAL NOTICES. from Naihville that a son and heir has bleree 1 the union of Mr. and Mrs. Will R. Manter. Mrs. John S. 0s-le(he grandmother, was pretent at the reception. y, Buy your McAlinter, achool boots from Penny h Watches and Jewelry repaired on ehort notice And warranted by Penny & McAIIb-te- r. Friday, followed by warmer weather Saturday, with snow on Sunday and a biting cold Northwestern winJ yesterday, sum up the changes since our last report. m Rain, sleet and iiwima snow ii marshal arrested and lodged in jail at Louisville, Alexander Coppsge, a A coiirixrE atock of Jewelry, latcet farmer of Casey county, charged tyle. Kockfoid watche a ariecialty. Pen- well with counterfeiting. He is Mid to be a ny & McAliatrr. brother-in-laof Gen. Frank Wolford. A DEI'UTV to-d- o PERSONAL have decided to preeent at College Hall, XuA.W , ATTOUMEY Wednesday night, 28:h, that entertaining 8TANKOBD, KY., little drama, "Belter than Gold." Judging from the name of those who will HUS0NVILLE, LINCOLN C0UNTT. All bullous promptly and cart fully attended to. Office od Lancaster tftnel. take part, the play will be well worth Mies Eugenia V. Peyton will begin a seeing and we hop) many of our Stanford pleasure seekera will attend and aid a good select school at Parochial Academy in Hustcnville, on the 21 day of February caure. 1885. St FOUR generations alt down to meals a) All pmoni IuyIdj clatme igaloit the titata or Walter V Owsler, Jr , are notitW to preterit the same table every day at the Myers Ibein. operljr proten, for aeltlemwit; and those LOCAL MATTERS. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. knowing MitrastlToi Indebtnl to tame (slate ire House. They are Mrs. Connor, her daughearoeitljr nquest to settle within the next thlrtr Candiea at T. H Walton'. Siw Lancaster. day. ter, Mrs E. II. Burnaide, her grand daughU3-J- I GEO. It. llOPPElt, Exr. ter, Mrs. L P. Osrsley and her great Messrs. Andeison & Herndon now Wanted 500 buabeli of Iriih potHays Owsley. have their new law offiee in the new Mis Mattie " ato. Bright A Curran. ! of Tbough a great grand-motheMrs. Con- 6tormes building over the. poatoffipe. few daya ago in tbia county, nor ia bat Q'j years of age and looks even Maiuukd a Judge MH. Owsley, .who n Ketlea It hereby kItcd I liat oc, Moadar, .Mr. HIchard Laker to MU Bailie B. younger than that. or tfao suffering from a eevere cold, aoco'sa panted 3, I&M, (County Court day) a mwtlcg Fob. to:kholdr of the Stanford, I)tr lUrrr, Garratd Adamp. with malaria, was reported much better en County A Wnlt 0k Turnpike ltoid Co. will 'bn A YOl'So man food of playing j)kes on beJJ at the office ct W. U. Mllltr in the town of Wanted -- 200 life tame pigesna, for another got much the worst of the fun Sat- Saturday. riUDtord. fjr tbo , orginlutlon ol tbe Cob party and A alight snow-fal- l Sunday evening put flection orofneo-a- tin rrqnltlte amount ol itock which 10 cent la cub will bj paid. J. K for orfinlictioa h vlrebcMi urday night. He wrapped himself in a " the streets and pavements fcr court day in 1.KWI-- . MJDDEiun, , Portuan. sheet snd emerged from a dark cellar of ) Corn if. WM. OOOt'II, beautul medium betwixt "slippery' that re-r- e Jem. lkxiLE, a colored miner, waa ooe of the ttors, expecting to scare tbia and "sloppery." rely and perbapa fatally cruihed in the victim into a G, but the intended victim e Toe probable applicants for the mine at Altaraont. had Uen pitted and when the ghost apI' at this plare ao far mentioned are S. peared, he let loose upon him with a M. LouiaviLLr'a diaeaae, the itch, haa reach W. P WALTOS, STaiiager. Peacock, Joe Petty, Breathitt Brown ed Stanford, if we are to judge by the way stick and beat bitn until be cried for mer- and Mrs. W. D. Hopper. ! cyeral prominent men are ecratchlnr. The National Bank of this place, the in Thia is the charter of which expires soon, will renew That all iliou'd wltnoi, Real tbe opportunity way Advertiser. II J. Daryt offer for rale 12 building nerer occur again. being printed at its charter thus raving the trouble of liquia lota, 60x132 feet, between S'aoford and name of handsome sheet this office for Mesert. S B. Diibman and dation and reorganization. Rowland, well located and accraalble. " THURSDAY, 29, '85, C;l. J. H. Tiusley, Real Ettate agent of It is is about time the giddy young FOK OJtE NiOHT ONLY. We are in urgent need of money and Rarbourville, Ky. It is filled full of choice men of thia place were giving a party to hereby aak all indebted to na to come and information concerning their section of the the young ladies who treated them so hand- Ono of Amorica'a Qrcatost Star Aotors, BOBEBT paynaatonce. D. Mattingly A Son. country and ia a most entertaining publi- somely to the leap year e Tenia of 1SS4. cation. They have many farmi for sale Mesiers. S. A Wtltoa and W. O. The building f a new jailer' realdence and we can areure these who desire busi- Sweeney have already shipped about 100 at Batbourllle, Knox county, will be let ness with them, that they will be treated hogsheads of tobacco to Louisville and Cinauction, on the 9th fairly and rquarely. at that place cinnati markets during the present season, of February. in Wcare indebted to Tommy Bill for tie for which they have reahreJ fair prices. JonN Bash, of Bamerwt, who uaed to following report of an accident: ''On Sat- Thee young men handle the weed extenlire here, bad hia leg broken by being run urday morning Jan. the -- hh Uncle Bailey sively and deserve to succeed. Rev. W. O. Goodloe will on next Sun- fiuppjrUdbya Coaiple'e Dramatic Oodiudj- In oier by a coal car a few daya ago, we learn McPherann haenel to a painful accident. bit uncr,u tiled and gear d charade; of day nighl, at the Presbyterian church, from the JltpuUitan. A ehetl of ic which covered everything preach a discourse addressed exclusively ! betrayed the It waa reparledjbtre yesterday that Mr. caused him a old man's unholy feet, which to young people. This gentleman posses-e- s severe fall, which dislocated C. E William, of Daughter' College, did The Vagiboad of the Oatskills. the happy faculty of saying good things not die of apoplexy but from the effects of hia right rlst; the groans of the old man well and our young friends of both sexee Entirely dlOrrent from all otheri and ai played man soon called to hia rescue Dr, T. C. ty bim In every Ity of America tor Fifteen seepoiaon taken with auicidal Intent. Yean. You will regret It ifyoumUa Bill who soon pulled into joint the disloca- should not fail to hear him at the time ingIhli Maiterplcce of Dramatic Art. There t no danger in getting told thia ted member, and applred the proper reme- mentioned. Miss Peachie Ciasiday, of Bourbon K la Kucoiirmcvd bjr tho Ftilplt and time. Robert McWade'e reputation and dy. Uccle Bailey is over 72 years old, nilorrl liy Hie I'rcs. the fact that he haa bten here before net- and he cannot stand such heavy jolts, but county, one of the brightest and sweetest a "Xtobert McMade'a Kip Van Winkle Ii a gieit pupils in Garrard Female College, died entertain- however under good care-ha tle the matter m to soon will re- Daniel 1'j tie, Scotland. ment. Sunday morning with fever. Her remains icnuoo. Iter. c ver." It numbr the day and dale. Itmrud icala f X were taken homo for interment. Her death Tim bell for the Christian church aile at Mclloberta A Starg'e. lteierred, iett 75c; MARRIAOES. cast a gloom over the school and the entire other parti of tho houie. 50c bought orer a year ago waa not hung until Mies Lula El wards and Mr. Grant community. Her parents were here at her yesterday. It la not ao deep toned and TO HAVE HIM.TII THE UVER MUST BE KEPT IM OKOEt. condition deith and in their a the Bipttat but we Vivion will unite their destinies at plewant to the ear l"?( have the sympathy of all. Wednesday. auppoae It will answer all purposes. Circuit court convened for its winter Mis Annie B Cjok, the lovable Jailer Newtanu has but elx boarder and lovely daughter of J. M. Cook, , term yesterday morning. The dockets are at preaent, a lunatic, a misdemeanor hore will be married at hie residence in Huston-villlight, yet contain enough to make the lawand two for mantlauchter belonging to to Mr. Robt. Lysle, a yer active during the next two weeks. It this county, the other two are here from promioeut merchant of Nashville, Tenn. is gratifying to say tbeie are no criminal mountain counties and are charged with It Will eurpriee not a few of her ac- cases of any moment in this court and there murder. quaintances to know that Misa Elizi Har- have been none for several terms pas'. O.d The Stanford Mills are now in Orat-cla- s ris waa married on the 15th to Mr. Charles Garrard is rapidly going to the front as the running order, and B. Mattingly & Son are W. Kremer, Jr , of New Albany, Ind. The most bloodless county, so far as crime goes, prepared to do all kind of custom grinding ceremony, wo learn, wa performed at St. in the Commonwealth. III evr for Ltrtr f nUlata &d llli eiiui1 hr TrI J etn Tkr(n tltirfUf Cnnitlp4tIon, Miss Kate Wherritt has returned from dltlonef thL Hrh?, Itaifcri. Klitamftttf ra,tA Blllviurcsi, a They will ' It rtra'aU l'T ,,ie highest market Piul's Rwtory by Rev. E T. Perkins. Mr. Jaatllf, Hca itwl, and trtnetaeni prtcv for wheat and wish same rightat K'unet is the son of a prosperous mer- - a visit to Covington. Mis Maude Duck- tliabovtl. PuHflti ih KfUIIMN ThAQtand oflhTtttlmoive niBTIBfl rHla,i lut t m? Ma jt ii. J j usftft will tell yoa Ite rtputaUoa. once. cnant with whom he is engaged in bueiness, worth returned to her home near Winches had some and Mi's "Lida" is the pretty daughter of ter Saturday. Dr. F. O. Young, of LexDr.C X n I Klly GJthrie " words Sunday over the latter refusal to Mr II, T. Harris, a well known lawyer of ington, has been visiting his mother, Mrs. getuponu unrntng and deliver his bag. tbi place. Mrs. Kremer came up a few S. E. Young. Mr. and Mr. Robt. H Rjge, when the Dr. struck Outhrie and got days since with her mother from Louis- Young and Huffman Young of Louisvillr, a broken finger for hi fun. Outhrio re- ville and was joined hero by her husband are guests of Dr. Huffman. Ned Long, of spected the Dr'u. gry helw, else there Sunday. They will remain a few days and Lexington was visiting friends here SunV. J. Klnnaird and James Duncan then return to their New Albauy home. day. might ha7e b;cn a fijht. made a Hying IriptoCiccinnati last week. We wish them great happiness. Tiiosn who braved the storm and attend RELIGIOUS. There is $10,000,000 of unclaimed ed tho reading of Prof. T. M. Hawes at the Presbyterian church Friday night were money now in tho vaults of the Vnited Twenty Methodist missionaries sailed Are you faUlntr, try WEtia' IfKiLTn Its well repaid for it was a very superior enStates Treasury. M;wtA( u I'UIV, Wll'UU, IIUVIHUUJD from New York for Africa Friday. Six of He reads well everything The steamer Harry Brown ran into a tertainment. them were children of JJishop Taylor. pier of the Henderson bridge and sank that ho attempts, bul the humorous is eviFor Brain, Kcrref, Btrmnch, Urer. Ktdncj , Rev. E O. Gucrrant writes to the & Lune. Au vncqualcd Inrlsorant, Curct dently his forte, for in that line he cm Unci Dtnuicmt that thrco houra sleep and nine barges cantaining 100,000 bushels of hardly bo equalled. Headache, ToTcr, Akuo. Chllla, breakfast in New Orleans ccst him $3,50 coal. n A bill has been introduced in the TexDEBILITY & WEAKNESS. absence of some of the and lignificintly remarks that he did not Owiko to the as Legislature making it n penal offense Nlco to take, f mo merit, unequnleu for heaviest stockholders, the Creamery Co. stay to dinner. for operators oremployea of telegraph com'LIVER, and Night TORPID Norvouo Woaknoss, There MA not oreantzj Saturday night. LAND. STOCK AND CROP. Sweats, Leanness, Kcxual Decline. panies to divulge the contents of messages MnTarla. , o so.w, that there will is, we learn, a probability ?UX) iwr Dot ior ai unitxisis. -- R B & E P. Woods sold to Ham e. 8. ayeils, jersey uiy, . j., u. be a hitch in tho matter of organization, as A fat ladies' ball was given at Baltimoro Headley, of fbylo, 21 mules at $117 50. tho Lebinon creamery, which claims that the other night. Lodita tipping the beam F A. Farra, of Jessamine, mid a crop J. M. R'cnt & Co., contracted not to puty at two hundred pounds and over tripping of tobrcco, 3 hhda , at an average of up one here, but include this in their around as gaily and seemed to enjoy them$10.2h. for supply of cream, thtentens to enselves os much as if they weighed one hunThe cold snap still cintinues in Texas, join. Mr. Rient is however letting out dred. At tho entrance ecalea were station and reporto from all over the S:nte show tho new building. some of tho work for ed, and eich lady was given a card certi loes of cattle and sheep to be apptlling. The lightest fylng to her avoirdupois. waa packed to "The Academy of Music Thirty bothends of tobacco Bold at weight allowed in the promenade wis two Buchu-Paib- a evening, when Robert the doors last Pic'iett'd Warehouse, Louisville, Saturday Rcm.trknlilo Cures of Catarrh of tbea began a brief onpagement as Rip a'. $3 50 to $10.50. I; was mostly traah and hundred pounds, Madder, Intlammatlou, IrritaUonof Cats-killand Madder, Btono cr (travel Dislugs. Vaa Winkle, tho Vagabond of tho Four mountain, three of alum and ono eases of the Frotate (Hand. Dropsical An eatimate made by precincts, shown McWade'a impersonFor years Mr. RwellliiCT, Fcnwlo Dlsciica, Inconttn-c.ioof alum andeulphur mixed, are said to be of Urine, all DIsejtara of tho Qeruto-- l ation of tho character of Rip has bten con that this co ltity produced over 0,000 acres located in Lower California. The alum rlnnry Orgnns In either sex. For Unof cret-tlo- ua of tobacc last year worthan.agijregite healthy or Unnattirnl DiMihiirRes uso eidered one of the otandard dramatic and sulphur are almost chemically pure. "--. olso Chapln's Infection Fleur." each ti Bourbon Newa?" of the age. It brings out more clear $u,0)1000. ror KVl'IIU.lS, either contructetl ot; is estimated that in there mountains , It -- The grin in Willrastto V .lleyre-gonbn.HLirr udnt. ute Chimin's ConstltU-- , ly than any other the pathos aid beauty of lottIc, acd there are 100.000,000 tons of alum and tlon MtterKynip, 81.00 accoriing to paper from that region, Ctuplna Srnlillltie 1111a, 5s.tO; andCha- the story, which Araer'cans accept as their tons of sulphur. tun s Hypiuiitio tmw, i.ua o ixiiwc News. isagreeaas In Ma, while on!yt5few own delightful legend. gynip, 2 of nil, 1 Halve, by Express on reci-hof St0.m, crntDrus.'lsts. in the Stanford weeks ajo the sime(ground was covered Runt. Desirable For Mr. McWado will appear at II ft ffnw. Jentov aty. N. J.. U. 8. A. with snow to a depth cf'two Stanford. W.P.Waltor. nesl Thursday night. Opera Houee Cot. and Welch went to LouitTille Saturday. Prof. J. 8 Keppxrt ia here in the of hia Life Ioauraoce Co. Mihh Mildhed Lewis ha returned from a few da;' tUU to her aiater Mr. W. K. Buukanan at Crab Orchard. Mr. J. C. Qhvan and hia B3n John will leare for Mlaaotirl, where they will locate, if the country auiU them. Mr. Ham K Ryan, the Tery affable agent of Jtjberl McWade, waa here jeater-day- , prevails for the entertainment of the 29ih. Allie Waters, Jr., haa been promoted by the C. 8. K. it. Co., and now haa charge of the telegraph office at Glen Mary, TtBfl. to-d- Miia. W. Q. et MoWade in his great character of Rip Van Winkle when he was here a year ago will be sure to see him this lime. It ia seldom that so noted an actor cornea to the amaller towns and we ought to show our appreciation of good acting by giving him a routing reception, Thursday night next at Opera House. saw Robt .. a i Those who The Dramatic Club, of Crab Orchard, The Department of Agriculture reports that a large part of the Kentucky wheat crop is atill in original hands, and is being held for better prices. A burel that has once been need for bcel can not be made fit for keeping pork any length of time. But on the other hand an old barrel is tho very best picking for keeping beef. Harvey Cobb has bought of Col. I Shelby Irvine 17 3 year-olmules at $110 per head. R P. Fox has bought of a Jessamine party, 18 old mules at $100 per head. Of Twyman Million, 2.1 head for $2,250. Of Hugh Collier, 18 head at S1.0SO. Of others, 1 head for $420. Richmond Reglcter. Lancaster Court. -- Pretty good crowd considering the very bad weather. But few cattle on market; none were sold. Good many mulea on market. Wakefield & Hudson bought of different parties I mules ranging in mice from $125 to $135. Gentry Broa. bought a number of mules at from $100 to $105 As Louisville leads all other cities as a leal tobacco center, St. Louis surpasses them all in manufacturing tobacco. The the manufactured product of the principal cities in 1884 was as follows in order of precedence: 8t. Louie, 22,732 028 lbs., Newark, 10,033.420 Iba; Peteraburg and Richmond (combined), 10.805,457 Iba , and Louisville 8.482 099 d MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Managed by Jno. B. Fith. . Pop Sale ! J , . a flBf -- ESTABSCTe but is improving at this writing. j3ta t r Weekly m- i Ptnr dfoiffl 't . lfiiiftnlca, en- M.O and D N Williams havebought Fin'".,r,v "J": eif. (n.ci tiom and patent Tixraled with LS l"""1 ' Linil.f?,ri,llMrc,-,'r- er nrnber I r,,"n fnrnlahee Mr. W. M.Weber's J;i g store at this placn. "S fl' ' So oflnfonnatlon wbleli Mies E la Joplin has taktn up a relict rhi.,Kjirbcn,d i"iout. Ibe popularity of II. H. iprrrv. ench tbt IU iSf..!1""?0 AMFmcA.f itf all other rpe ofi. school at this place. The session began to408 It Itawllm, WyomlnrTrrl'ory. ti.J "'t'r 'I1'" "'at 93iMarr. Jiconnt. day. h M. CO.. I alllibera,H(t 3tl llroadnay, N. Y.IUSN 4 q Jio. Circuit court adjourned Saturday, after A. Munn k rn. hare a session of ten day,; but little businera was alto bad Thlrty-SavYearn' tranaacted. practlco Uforo T.'LL ,l and limn prepared THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tbo Talent Olilce. There will probably ba several from more than One Hundred Thoua-nn- tj anpUritiuna for txtenta in ilia And the LouliTllIe this place to tee "Rip Van Winkle" next foreign conntrlf. I'nitea TraJf-.Mr- l. (Tfal. Dta'ei.and otnr CciuriililF. ' TiiUrsday nighl. TADers for A.iirnnirnti!. And all curing to Inventors tbflr rlcbta in the To-da-y was county court dsy and Judge 'niiea oiftirR. t ansiin, j.DKianu, iimicr, (jtnmnff And olhtr forlen conntrlH. Tiro J B. Liir being sick and unable to attend One year for only 83 two pipcra for little I pared at rbort not Ice and on rratonable trim. more than the price of one. Information aa to obtalnlnc pitrnts cjircr-fu- ll Squire M. E Mullins held his court for jltrn without charge, InfnrmAtlnn int frfft obtalnfu By paylnir ui ti ynu will rrceive for one rear him. The Sq lire makes a good prebidirg Ihroni h .Mann A o. arn noticed in the goentifia our home paper with the the American free. The advantaco of ruch notice ia ieproMniallteii--(sp;rjudge. the Boutb, democrat- - i welt nhdrrrtood by all pniona who nian to di'poae a tariff for revenue onlr, and the teat, "- The damage suit of Fred Prker vs. lc and for and ablest family weekly In the United tCf tbrlrpAtentn. brighten Addrns JIUN A CO., Office bcicrnna wjAlff York. AXEKCAK, 3C1 nay. tLe L. & N. rtilroad, which was bf.ng tried Htatca. Tboie who deilre to examine a iimple copy of the Courier-Journcan do ao at t hi offlre. at the time of my last r'ptrt, goei orer to the next term. The jury failed to agne on the q lestiou of actual damagu aid were discharged. eir-F- Jjck Adams, Jr, has been qitlo sick t offer loraale my Farm at Hang'cg Fork Brld ' on tlm Stanford f HuitotiTtlle turnpike, containing OH' Land, 20 oruH of Flee Mue-Ur-a Acrei beig rery rich bottom land, all well fenced) plenty of wattr for atock and domestic pur-po- p. All peraona art-- warned against putting In train, paiturlng or middling with tLli place n any ahano unltat autborlz'd by rue, ai I will proc ecute all tuch partlea to the full (xtcnt of the law. , Grand Comliiiinf ion ATENTS. en Weekly Courier Jo uriial Courier-Journal, lland-booka'- of a al SET AUTOTlKKHlim. M. PEXTO.Y, J.T lt-l- grand-drughte- r, r, Notice Organization PARTIAL JLIST or tub-cribe- S- -t Fancy Crroceries, Ktrr bv post-offic- e Stanford Opera House, A Dramatic Event JAN. T. E,. WALTON, THE CUnAP GKOCEIt; Mince Meat, Krout, Oatmeal, Buckwheat F) ur, Micaronl, Cbeere, Crackera. Tea Cake- -, Trunta, Cuirante, atror, (ielatlne, Corn Starch, Prepared CcKoanut, Plcktcs in Barrel and BottU;, Flarorlog Extra:U, Beanr, Hcmlny, Ac. rf a ."(I'.rlocs Low of Coursu.? i. p i ' a M'WADE! - m Rip Van Winkle K f I . Hit Kft . r S'lty Grat-clat- liar-rodebu- rg grief-stricke- mmm E-q- J0ali e, W14M1K UNDERTAKER, - AND - DMiOIMW -- A Full and nssortmcut or Fiiruiture, czubrnclug oo erytliliig from the Chenpesi to tbe Finest Parlor Sillies. Xe need to go to the large cftles to make your pnrchascs, uo matter what qnautity or qnality you want, as I can and trill duplicate any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, frciRht being added. ALse n full assortment ot CoUlns, Cacs, Shrouds and Robes, embracing all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware rooiua opposite Ht. naph Hotel. Stanford. Ky. Iealei" in complete Fiix-nitin'-e ! - PLOWS! PLOWS! DYSPEPSIA, ai - ter-ritor- Mo-Wad- e, Kid-uey- Dayton Steel Plows, Champioa Steel Plows, Champion Salky Uowh, 1'imo J Stone Plows, Lone Star Plows, Bissoll Chilled PJows, Gale Chil'ea Plows, Maysvillo Hill Side Plows, Malta Double Shovel ., fft A? Plowfi Mmkle Double Shovel Plows, Halls DouMe Shovel Plowf, Minlile Pony PJowi, Hall's Pony Plows, Malta Cultivator, . - tl o Xo cud to Plows All kinds of Plows J Plows of all sizes ! Plows at all P,rlces! Plows trom tjfSJIO to !50, I FOB SALE IlY ' ,r !ore-roo- m it tte.rr Uealcrjii fltigglcs, Cnrrlagcs, Siutoj?,. Spring Wngpns, .rtwiu Wag HnrfC8tliurMaeliIiicfl,Plnnters, Harrows and all kinds or F,miilnz Jlachluery. Also .I- .. .. inn...... .. ... , r - fTTiwmiiitnrrfrrczir." i m tew right-hea- d side of the court Fhtl. But thero was no help for It. If we meant tT. McCLARY rRorwsie.ut. to be In timo wo must go on by tho early Ippa, with her thick veil falling down to her chin, and so defy.'ug recognition, sank wearmornlag train. I begged my wifo to llo IiatanlliUte for repreientitlreof I.lDcolti ' dOTtu, and endofcvor to snatch nn hour's ily into her seat I placjd myself beside IT, subject to tho action ol the democracy. AIBX. ANDBHBON, loop. Mho refused firmly. Much of that her; tny hand cropt under tho cloak alio A.T calm which had characterized berslncotho wore nnd held her hand. DANVILLE, KY 1,1: Hiirely, it was nil n draam a dro.ulful, 11. KZSSS moiuent when I hroko tho fatal now to her had vanished. Its plaeo was now taken by realistic dream! I should waka nnd find Will prsctlce la the Courts of Boyle sml idjolulni BY It s candidate 'or repreitntatlreof Lincoln coun myself under the groat orange troe in that oountles sad In the Court of Appeals. an excitement, suppressed, but novurtheleM ty In the natt Lijlibture, subject to the action cloarly manifest to mv eye. Tho fear that courtyard In gay Seville, my of the democracy. cigar and tho took which I had bom lazily we suouid not roach Townham in time for b. Author of "Called Bach. reading lying at my foot; my mother oppo- tho trial seemed to haunt her unceasingly. A.t H.a'n'. THE CRKAT my somnolency, and And Muter Commissioner ltoekcsitle Circuit Cour. It was for this reason sho to peremptorily Uliii ,,nuK" MT. VKRNON, KY. Inllfppa's gravo dark oyes looking with Will prsctleo In Noiseloisly I umllil tha "massive studded refused to lie down and court sloop, Sho calm the Rockcastle Courli. Collec1 .. woodon gate, which at nig lit tlma closod tho feared lest, our eyes onco closed, wo should, should everlasting lovo into my own. (138) wako and find the cool of tho evening tions a specialty. Office la from sheer exhaustion, sleep for hours, and entrance to tho patio. Unsoen, e stepped so had succeeded to the glare of tho afternoon. miss the morning train. Sho was ever Into tbo shady, narrow stroet. Our 1umko XiBB T. HUFFMAN. We should walk through tho merry streets, was light. 1 could carry it with eate to tin picturing tho horror of that poor unknown lounge the Alameda, wandor through thu AND PAPER HANGER. itation, nhlrh was only a short distance off. man being led from the dock, with tho glowinginAlcazar 8TANF0BD, KV. garden, or d live out tulles death sentence ringnlg In Ids ears. W owero tLcro only too soon. South side and miles over tho fertile smiling plains. Or Office Myers Hotel! Main Street, two doors sbovi rretcoOlllnij So the tlmo which elapsed before wo started the Wo bad to wait some tlmo ero the train, Paper llanglnc a Sreclilty.QAII I should even wako and find myself nodding Furs Nitrous Oxide Gai administered whin re- OrJeri Promptly Atltoded to. which, following tha examplo of tha truo for lewnliamwo spent in the hotel. I era , ,onol cottage, the stolid qolrxl. SraM-oap((9-t- l menu by telegram, sent when wo MfmniJP ,l.re m Kv. Spaniard, declines on any consideration to ...'.", t,,e on,y hunn creature within to hurried, inado its uppjarnnco. Wo took reacnej Folkestone. omnJo nn apology 'ltt" hUlppa's return, tho snowstorm, tho DR. W. D. PBNNr, for a meal; in fact, what wo could get at our teats in silence. At last tha dignified Look, train condescended to move onward. Wo that timo of llltrht, vm nf JfiuiH lltl.ln mnm dreadful discovery, tho flight, Seville, the marriage all. nil n ilroAtnt BTANFOIID, KENTUCKY. tat sido by sido, Mid cazod and Raxkl in tho than apology, we sat nil but silent, watchTHAT In a kind of stupor the temporary reacing the hands of tho clock, which told us direction of tha boautlftil city from which Office tion, I suppose, consentient upon such fatlgut from S taorer Ilobt.S. Lrtte's store. Offlco hour wo wero tying; gazed until wo saw tho very bow fast tho precious momonts wero passing 12 A. w. and I to S P. x, Aneathttlcs ad yiltiout Change and with Speed Unrivaled I garod around me, mid won and last of it, until ovou tho groat towering away. We saw tho gray morning strugglo deredtrouble I was. .f mtolitered when necessary. Is still oa hand with a choice line of Cakei and whore with, UJrnlJa was lost to viaw. Then, and only light. and at last conquer, tha yellow gasBread, fresh at all times. Also a Iresh line of What Is this great empty building, lit W 0 heard tho hum of tratilo growing J hen, I SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE think wo fully realixod to what ond TatTytot all kinds. I am alio prepared to do louder and louder In tho streets bolow us. irom ono side by largo clernrtorv wlndowi we wero spring. FROM UWIIVILLK TO THE bakln; foremtomrrs. All orders for Ictng and raised boxes on either sido of thotullding-- or ornamenting executed at abort notice. Tho noxt throo days and nights seem now Then we turnod to 1 lako what may bo rightSTAHKOnD. KY. 1 T. littlo more to ino than a whirlinc dream. ly called our last tdious. Who could my dull cccloslnstlcal design! What nro thes gray vacant walU, that lofty colling, my wl "o and I might not be - - Proprietor Unand on wo went to work out our fate, that crossed and cut Into small squares by dark W. P. WALTON, over tho sameground which I had trnvorsfd, parwa loreverf rafters this leaded floor on which feol C3t-3FI.- VWiIIeat tho ho.l I tried to obtain tho with scarcely less agitated feeling, soma comnlete What nro thost Blieof Stax,?20x50. EightIncludlns seta of Scenmonths 1 10. I ground my toetli when I Wo of the Times. I wanted to look back fall all but no!o!essIy ery. Seatlns capacity, gallery, too, V1 J1 Montgomtry, Atlanta, SaTasnab, asrsusKTS sinaii railed pi .11 ro mis all but adjointhought how littiH my strenuous nml seem- and see if I could flud the account of mogls-teriReasonable rate to good attractions. AddrMi Jackaontllla, Jioblla, and Haw Urltasi. ing them, and all but nd Joining that paneled ingly successful efforts had nvai.el. Now, proceeding against tbii unlucky Wil& not from any omisifon of precaution; not liam trans. i:o imit, of course, have np- - oak structure at tho end Kicmg me ROUTE :lS3Lll,.i,,"'-.,f5!,,!?LouliTllle, Kt., Cincinnati, O., and Indlanapolti, ,w? becauso tho law cttupolled, not by tho oxer-cis- o jwnivd before tho lessor tribunal, nu could ........... .. Id Palace CaraJVIthout Change Ind., dealers In Slelnway A Sodi', Decker Bros.', utvriiungiug enrved cornivei of force; but simply oi: nccoimt of tho I SOO tha nCCOUIlt of III Alinr.nrniii. I alinnlil Ilalnra', J. A (". Klicher, Vote A Sont', 11.1.1 win A great dictum of right and nrong, o were, bo able to judpi n. to tha ktrcngth of tho Let us nway from this dlsnnl, cjlorlosi Co.'a Cottage, Upright and Piano Fortes, LINE TO THE nlaojl Let me wako ani And myjolf amid of our own nccord, retracing our stops to casj against him. Hut tho lllo was not This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and also the I'Mtj, cthoolnfer and Hamilton Orfans. rroaa Lonlirlllala Palace Cars without change. flowers, orango trees, the fair sights nnd Perhaps it did not exist; perhaps fnco the danger from which wo had fled. tramps not to trespass on our lands without IntUumentiauld at prices and terma to suit Mirroundlngs of our Spanish bom. the sleepy-eyoOh, bitter irony of destiny I Teutonic waiter did not as all such acta are Pon'tgtrc your ordrra till you get our No I have but to tuni my dazd ojeste to the full eatentof the law. liable to be proeecuted homeaonihe what I wanted; so, still in tho dark What nns money to mo now I Nothing prices and terun. Danrlllt, Ky. line ol Ihl 1 road will as to why suspicion should have fallon upon the centre of space in which wo sit to know Stanford, Ky March 17tb, 1MI. ISIsned. but so much dross! It could do ono thing, receive apeclal low ratca. UuslW.M.McCortiiack. only one, thnt got I which I lavished so tills innocent man, wo left tho hotel and iiint 1 am dreaming no dream; that wo must u. jMCfciuric. 8e Aaaoti of Ihli Company tat tales, M "i1,1 ,oar" our 'tes. That oblong II. T. Ilusb, a. v. variienier, drov to Liverpool streot station. freelir on that lotir,v. It iv.iiM flint. it., or write C, P. ATMOHl', 0. P. & 1.rontsi A. C. Wahon, V. lMd, At 0 o'clock our jjurnoy was ended. We wooden enclosure with high sides, topped by It. Cobb, i'nuippa ani 1 111 t travel alone. It COUld '" Louisville. Ky. UtI Hubble, reality la-- k tc Hlnlns Kelly, glvouj pmacyfor tho time lh.it, iViurnar stood on tho platform of Townham railway V. D. Rhode, is tho prisoner's dock. In mi hour'! STAXFOICD, KY. station. My poor wifo woro n thick black lasted, that wasnlll W.C. McCormsck, B.U.AJ. K.Oorer, timo a M. n. I.TlIe, lotalthougli nlcn?, wo spoko but little. veil, so her tTlco I could notsej; but I know brought man will stand there. He will U tin.thow steno steps which lend t T. J. lllll, it was as pale ns death. Xow and again her Our thoughts wero not such as can be J. W. We atbtrhrd, With Full Wm. Burton, by words. Her hand In mine, her hand, which rested on my arm, pressed it it from Mow, tho topmost Hag of which I C. Vanny, ju sea no win stand there for hours. J. A. Harrl', J. a. Murpby, I think we wore tho most tin- bead on my shouUer sleoping when wo convulsively. ne leaves tho dock, declared Innocent 01 P. W. Carter, rt J. M. Hill, Thlilnitllutlon will opn III Fifteenth 8Mlon nappy pair on tho earth I could sleep, wnkinj and looking Into oach J. II. McAttiter, on the lit Monday tn tteptemtiemext. guilty, so will our lives bo declared hoppy Ed. Carter, 0 were oven uenlnl the limn inr nnv othor's faces know Ing that every mile of T.J.Foater, J. D. Jonre, or miserable. sunny or starlit couutry over which wo mora farewells or expressed regrets. Tho Q Montgomery J. Mv hand holds my wife's yet closer; foi T. M. White, ALL THE BRANCHES OF A passed brought us ivarer to tho end. Ah! I ncur was chiming from tho old cnthedral n. A. UeceJIct, U.K. Marcum, 1110 last minutes PhHadolphiaAN.Y. which may bi ours tc M.T. Ituiiell, understood then how it U that lovers who tower. Tho business of tho courts, I knew, W. E. Amon spend together aro slipping by so nro menace 1 Lysomo great sorrow can kill always began nt 10 o'rlock, nnd considering A. D. Newland, s IIJ. Dart. THOROUGH ENGMOHCQUBSE A 1; Newland. a W.tilTeci. themselves, and 1K0 smiling in each other's the crowd which would moit surely bo atIts onl line running Jas. U i'rewltt. trr) nrms! Wo might havo dono so; but our tracted by so Interesting a case ns this trial Ui ,cIock ""''or tho Inlcony mark hair-paAre taught, as well as nine. The nil but demrt l cour PDLLMAN NEW 3LEBPIN0 CABS doaths would havo left to perish that for murder committed so many mouths ago, Dogius to assume the npixvirnuce of pn I folt suro that unless wo proceeded nt once stranger whom wo wore speeding to save. MUSIC. THE LANOOAOEP, DHiW-IN- O paring for lnln p.ili........ -- ...1 to the Shirehall our chauco of gaining enSo, as in a dream, tha hours, tho days, tho bo AND l'AINTINO. trance would bo but a small one. I balled omclals pass to and fro, some nrrangin nights, went by. Wo might havo been travpapers, somo replenishing elling through tho fairest scenery in tho one of tho close cabs which were waiting ano By any man or worms, girl or boy who will organ placing quill pons ready 7or world, or through tho most arid desert. I outside the station. barrister! lie rOM and solicitors who will soon fill thoso fronl andclubs tortkeWEEKLY WOULD, thegreatfarm scarcoly troubled to glanca out of tho car- As I did so I felt a heavy hand laid upon home ncwpiper ,complf te In all departments. I'OIllHTillcClllCllllIHtlHUd J,fX oomo Olie. Willi " my shoulder and heard a rich, pleasant- ria;o window. Tito world for ma was uwinw 10 mi Agents paid IIJ OAQU For 100 In Tuition, pliers range from f 23 to HO In bitter irony, places a magnificent bouquet HI liiKtou, Ky., acl, U will be at 9UUUUIUK nnu noi unianuuar voice oxcialiu, rcfulir Departmtuu. I'lluarr, til; Intrmdl of flowers on olther hand of tho judco'e va laid, 60 subscribers, 12, hr 23 lubsciibe 11, fC, U6; Prtparatoiy, It was after we left Paris Paris, which "Basil North, as I'm a sinner!" ItO.snd Cblleglau, tM. ruii cnair. nat Havo flowers fn common for IS stibKrlbers, si, for to subscribers, $!; for S That auy ono should nt this moment adscorned almost within stone's throw wiui men a scena as thUI Flowers, too, subscribers, ft. 01 ivOllUOIl tll.1t I arouw.1 nnd dress Basil North In a merry way seemed CirFor full particulars, as to Board, Ac, addreee Agents wanted In erey town and Tillage which are beautiful enough to recall tc a positive incongruity. I turned around albrnco.1 my energies to discuss finally with MItfl. H. O. TRUr.lir.AKT, l'rlHrtnal, CooBKtlnf In eaine depot with tut trains foi my mind tho fulr Spanish horn, which, cular and sample copies free. Sand for tbrtu. I liilippa our proper plan of action. I folt most angrily, nnd founu myself faco to faco THE WOULD Ii th banner Democratic Newi- 6tanfardt Lincoln Co., Ky. that my right courso would 1) to go straight with an old friend. Ho was a barrister maybe, wo shall see no more. KIomum U the Union. Erery Democrat ihouM read this 11 a ino.1 Grant; a man to Eomo solicitor, toll the tale, and ask him four or ilvo yoars my seat, den of sorrow! Rsther should every t. Dally. 10; .; Sunday, l every beam, Iw draped In black. to put matters lu train. But I could not senior, but 0110 with whom, before I Wetkly,il per year. Iow tho doors or each sido of the cour' bring myself to do this. Our secret was as The Direct Honte toLjnchbnrg, Dan the society of my fellow'-mji- i, I had yctourown. Moreover, through the misery Ivcu on intimate terms. I had not sacii lilm open, and remain open. I hoar a shufillni ille. Norfolk, We will club the Istisiob of those hours, one ray of hope had broken for a considerable time; but had heard, of many foet. People, in a contlnuotu stream, pass through tho entrance, and Jofa.ML with the Weekly World one year for upon mo. If Phillppa could bo brought ts casually, that ho was making groat strides World, IS 49, and wend their way to the portion of tho court 12 75; with the All Virginia and Nortb Carolina yield to my guidance, to follow my instrucin his forensic career. IT In spite of my distress I returnod his "'lotted to the general public. So fast, si with the Dal.'y World forALTOS, Stanford, Ky. tions, it was not beyond tha bounds of posYV. P. W thick they come, that in ten minutes thii sibility that we might bo saved, and saved greeting ana graspod nu hand warmly. AfInfinnaUon, spplv ,hron81 ' almost to suffiKration. ter all it seemed a relief to find that I had a iTAT? with clean hands. aJireu AST Kill ippa and I pressed closer and closr t friend left In tho world. "Doarosr," I wliispcrod, "to-nig". K. ARNOLD, wo each other, as everr Inch of the bench ot AJmiUlog Aft., Ticket an J I'sm. Aft shall bo in London." "n bat brings you borer I asked. Her fintrers tltrliton! on mln "The only thing that could bring 1110 to which wo aro seated is approprlato.l. Tin ha.,.i nt court is full. Townham P sho said. "We shall bo In such a place circuit work. I havo an imOan'l MaUM.,, ofD. . 11 OrrostTK Coi'bt-Uocs- x Crowded kv portant cas on tinior" AMD That's tho worst dressed Hlfhrnonit. Vlnlnta iWf AL jwople, who havo gained ndniisloii, "In ample lime. But, Phillppa, listen " of a place so near London as this ono. One KENTUCKY, Determined that Proprietor "Basil, as you love mo, not ono wonl tc Is tempted to spend the night in town, as I heard, by favor of tbo sheriir Yot DANVILLE, - respectable as they are, each man, eacl Shall be Second to no Country tempt, to dissaudo me!" which means getting up nt nn unholvhour ileal are tr red at all hcu 1, Game alwari on In the morning. "Not ono; but lister.. Sweetest, if yi Fare, But you! Why nro you wonian. rushes in oafferjy atHi itrival 0 hand and tn its avaviu. oyiteri frnh flh, and lira-liHotel in the State in here? I heard you were as rich as Midas, available seat. And for what rea will be guided by me, oven now all may z' Appointment!, or AttenUellcacleaaer abort sonf To see and bear a poor wretcli triec notice. Look out 'wits all itrlra and inRutau-rant- " " well. This man ami living abroad in luxury." fjr the algn ''Woodbine tion to Comfort of for his Hfal In my bitter mood I look wit! "Tho poor man who Is standing In m, "I have been abroad for some time, , tud call when you are hungry. "illtiivUraxM their Oneiti. nato on these sensation sjokers. I hate their plaooP' go back again very soon." hop to If. Jt.lSOMl EIJl Ell A CO., ' Hsppy man!'1 he jaeulated. I could even more when I think that tholr morbic "Yes; listen. Hoaven forbid that Ishou". Shortest and Quiokeat Boute from Geo Danrllle, Ky. tempt you. Think; ho is, no doubt, a mJj scarcely keep tho bitter smiU from my Hi crnTinir for excitement may ba satlniled witl tlasKssa nlllfe eoBtajad to aa4 trtm t k 4s tralKentuckjto all PoinU Morth, such frxl ns th,7 little expect; ihl I clincl as I thought how ill applied were his words. of a lowly station in lifo. Pnilippa. I an fraa of tkarsa. Ryaelal aerommalatloaa my teoth as I picture tho scene at that mo Eut, Wet and 8outhwet, to Concitrtlal Travale ra. The liar will As he spoko he glanced nt Phillppa. what rich, very ricb." Courier-Journ- al always ssppllad wltb tks ekelrast ment when Fast Llns between L... In , pursuai nt 11JI . "I do not understand you," sho said, grace and beauty of form defied tho con " ". kraadtor LIaora aad Cltari. pressing her hand to Her brow. iimimiauii) resolution, ris-scealment attempted Dy thick veil and somami makes liei liEXIXGTOX CINCINNATI. effort to proclaim her own guilt and thi "Money will compensate for anything. bre garments. 1S85. tkhedula In Effect Oct. 1J. lUt. Trai.X.rk. MrKKAT'M flPKCini', Let him stand his trial. H i innrwnf if "Bat what brings you to this sleepy old convicted man's innravnivt Aim..i. strive to force the picture from my mind thore Is Justice in the land, he may, ho must town?'' continued Grant. The (treat Enjlbh Rcraedj, bo found not guilty." I hesitated for a moment. KK- ra ..?iT'?,?:i Then, think-in- g by telling myself that Justice cannot orr, An Organ of Livo Issues, Living n ? "But tho agony of mind ba must pass that truth, or nt Iast half truth, was that the man will bo acquitted, yet agalr f c? Ideai and Moral Porcei, It a poillltt cure for Weak Memo-t- j. I ' ,ll dread of the worst seizes mo, through the best, told him I had comedown to witM1" ii rower. Nerrout Low of Drain J s9 and I hate every face In that crowd, whlcl And an Enemy of "For that 1 will pay him over anl over ness tho trial for murder. 2&p 5 3- - 2.3.0 Waakneaa, Exhaustion, Beralnal may, by and by, bi gaping, with looks o again. Ho may bo but a country boor, to should doubt your getting into court," "I Impotsncy, anl Oaneral Lou of 9 ha said. whom a thousand pound would ba Inex"The morbid interest excitol wonder and curiosity, at the woman I love MonopoHrp, OllgnrcliUni ami the Spirit c Organi; Power ot tne Oesaratlr H As In a bazo I seo some faces which an n.l all iHuA Ih.l filL haustible wealth, liar, whatever hU sta- around about hero Is, I am told, very great. u. of SnbMdr, as Embodied In iP Bltors lakuit;, qutneo ot youthful imprudanca or familiar to me. A number of gentlomd tion, tho compensation aent to him by an Tho sheriff is besieged by applications for -f! Tears, auch TrsJ.M.rk. inature-enter nnd seat theniMlves on tho lench thaexreuol unknown hand shall make him bless tho day tickets." at Unite rial Laaallude, I'aln In tbs which laid him under tha falso accusation M M couldn't you Help me! Tho fact I, I which counsel usually occupy. Som3 few o 0 lack. Dlmneat of Vision, PremaUeflct, look at the matter in ever- - light. I ravoa particular reason, not mero curiosity, thesi I know by sight They are country tura Old Aga. and m iny otter gontlomen from the neighborhood of Hod swear to you that, in my opinion, wo may, for wishing to bo present at this trial." m m " The Courier Journil Ii Ibe acknowledged that lead lo Inanity or with a clear conscience, await tho result of "I don't think I can," said Grant "Doos ins, who aro now called to serve 011 th Newrpacer of tba t?culb, li Democratic FBH3BS In all caaetol Kami It 5B S3 SSBBJ3 a grand iiuy. I s nlso tho 1110 trial." your tha lady wish to go with youf hawk In I'ollllca, and Brat. last and all the lima It for a Weakness tha Hpecloc acu Ilka a woman who calls herself Mrs reduction of tba war Uxei, ailaTled on the people chirm, ratortof loaa or fading vig Sho sighed, tut mada no answer. "My cousin yet," I said seeing that he i i I! UM 0UII Her U llsoiu I am thankful that she by tba tarlffnow In fjrci. or, gmn to tha oys a uniiiani silence was a joy to me. It told ma that my expected an Introduction. He raised his takes and aparkllcg beauty, to tha cheek, spocious argument carried weight. hat and made some courteous and pleasant seat Ifj front of 41s and does not see us. Sh I took 3 a S 3'BB B B B B her hands and kissed them. I told her again remark, to which Phillppa, to my surprise, like oursolves, must know that an Innoeun THE WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL tbe rosy blooora of health. After Taklar "Murray'aHpeciflell sold by all Drugclttaat and again that I loved her; that my life as replied in a calm ani fitting way. mail Is this day about to bo tried. I ' I I I ! i i I ttMMM a auperitr in tba orld at a great lam II per packtge, or alz packages for $3. Abo by well as hors depended on har yielding. 80 for half nn hour I sit, garlng now at Is without I I Grant knew I had no sister. I called political tne fear JSSSBU It was long before sho yielded. The thought cousin becauso I had a wild hopo that, If her the crowd of people, now at the empty docl llr and will ilrltenewininar, and dutlng iiopeiuiij mall, pottage frso, on receipt of price.which the and vacant bench in 183J more and STKull I S'W V will ba I of a lying in prison, perhips WOrSt bapPOEOd. I might ha nbln in front of me; listeitioi than It for Ita roll Ilealialouitr not nejltctlusj. mailed free pirtlculart In pamphlet, faltb, arcr to erery applicant. Addreu comIBBBSS for months, and to stand in the true relationship In which we stood, and Ing to the hum of voioos which risos fro bowerer, tne Infinite Tarittjr or choice mlacellanr munications to tha tola manufacturer!, all shamo before his judges, on account of a so bo permitted to give evidence on hor betbo packed court; longing for the moment that rauies It to bo 10 jreal a farorile In the laiul-- j J UllH JtUKKAY HEDIV.ISR fO., doed which sho herself liad done, was anguish circle. Tba return to power of the Democratic P o half. I trusted my wifo woukl guess that I to come when this ilraiulfiil imiunu ...- -. Kaniaa City, Mo. I C end; yet all tha same dreading and wllllni pariv will make 18)3 a year marked In lb hlato-r- j tohomoblo nature. Then.growing desperate had a good reason for this deception. Bold In Stanford by Penny A McAUiter and all Si sa of tba United Slates, ac J no fimllr ahould be Drugglila erery where. at seeing tho only plonk wklch could sava "Try and manage this for me, Grnnt," I HlRVti)lr.lhatm?.me"t- - Aml H tliowhll. ' 3HBH00 BBBB'BBBBB wno desire to keep A anil's Pktks A Co., Wbo!etala Agen ts, us from wreck spurned for tho sake of what aid so earnestly that my friend mada no rhillppX in her black garb, close to me and. wltlioul llie l jor on 20O.JyrJ LoultTllltiKy. puuing erenva. in tueK' unseen by our nolghbors, holding my hand moroiizniy pjaieu in my present mood, I was ablo to believe further demur. S"i. r" too flnoly strained a scruple, I usd my last Hush! Tbo door at the back of the bene) I7 Courier Journal bat tba "Take me In your cab, and I will see what opens, and at ten o'clock to tho mlnuta tin und, as I rightly judged, my most powerful I can do." argument. I told her that it would bo not Judge apprcr. Ho bows to tin Largest Democratic Circulation of During our drivo to the Shirehall I asked black-robe- d & I I). ?. any jraper in America. only she who would suffer for that unconGrant whnt ho knew about tho Impending court, mats himself, and by I1I1 action slgnl-fle- s I scious act, but that I, her husband, must pay trial. V d tr that he is ready to legin tho business ol -- Tba Direct Boute to If jou are unacquainted wltb it ak any aubicrl-be- r tbo penalty due from an accessory after tho the day. No trembling prisoner 1 docl "Nothing," ho said, frankly. lu it ai to Its merits as a trre.it family aod 'I hate erer scanned the judge's faco In the inon crimo. with murder chsos bote even to read about them. anxiety than I In point of al(ly ani Unaren forgivo me for tho anguish my Of couwo I know that Sir Mervyn scan his lordship's at tlili jnanlltynewipapcr. uf lulcreitlug raadlnz tuatler It leidi Ferraqd present moment. words caused that loving heartl I Phillppa, was killed i . tbe newspaper preu ol tbs t'nltol Statu. It r rHjV34 on whom the intelligence of my danger foil and days. and hidden in the snow for days An oil man. too old, it seems to me, foi money, Industry and enterprise ran keen It 10 It But I know no more." ,5233.13 like a thunderbolt, sank back in her seat, 2sj S52SS S ? Northwest and Southwest by the way of such a responsible post; an amiable, pleasant will continue at tbo beaiiot Auierlcau Journali. It "Who is tho accused!" palo and trembling. Had I over doubted looking man not, I venture to think, oni eontalca each week the mrat coincide lummarr I thought, "I don't of the newt of tba world, and Ita editorial columni LOUIS M BBS BBB : iBaj ! 2bbbb ' " that my wlfo's hoart-- hole lova was my oVn ativfdtif riruknow. nuun 1I II' tmm CINCINNATI. ".. x.ai, mar mu mJUUlW0n Ol IM31IIZ Hii7Vj, rtt miiaf Ifh. llllll, lliuil look would have dispelled the doubt. "hangin' iudg." I breathe a prayer thaif (Hk.nrt Watticssi!, Anion tba are always that "Will ho bo found gulltyr able, atrong and tiriglit. he may this day bo able to dlract aright tin l Sho prayed and besought mo to leave bar fearing Cbitlanooga lor BsPnciAi. iKvrrp.ES uuii i Duiy, i nearu somo ono courso of jmtlca nt the next stati jii; to bt hor finish the Jour-no- y who1 ought Know. well make -Are Telegraphic Sprclali fr m all tha leidlng direct onneuion atItrilla and Cincinnati IJght- to bo J ; i Infonnol say yester? those lolnlswiih tbe Hush I Husht Bllenco In tho court! Oh points in lie I'nlted butm and l.uropj, ferliland nnd, maLu her avowal alone. My reply P23BSB.39 BE : was shcrt, but sufficiently long to put all day that tho caso for tho prosecution was my poor, sweet wlte, let me grasp that han i .liort Storlet by pipuliraad uolod wrlleis.Tal-mage'- s nlng Express on the Ohio A Mltilstlppl for St ? Ho seemed to doubt if the Louli and all points West. J hope of my consenting to such a course out most feeble. vuijmI ! yet closer, for tho moment which for dsys Sermons Ihe day afier delUery In Brook M grand Jury would return n true hllL" J .v t I i I o (era, of her head. Then, for my sake, shoyioldod. nnd nlghta has nover Iwen nbient from 0111 lyn Taenia ie, Jlirtci riori, rahl from Iulsrllle or Clncln-IAs I hoard this I pressed I'bilippa's hand Turf and Slock Keports, Anwu 10 C'orreipond. TH TTniirci Only to "On one condition ono only," sho said. minds has come! What will it bring us I ! i stj1 ! I nn St. HUUIb secretly. I felt that sho was trembling enu' Department, I'octry and Dipirtment lor quicker than anynatl line,faint, beln two houn "Be guided by me in this. In nil 0U3 you gl? log our patMngtrt ! oilier S3 iBBBB Tho drivo to tho Shirehall occupied only a Children No htinc In tbo country abouMtc lime fur meals shall do as you like." ani first choice of seata to Iralns fow minutes. Wo did not go to tho public without It. 1 roust u going West. CHAPTER XV. in tno court, Basil. I must hoar the trial. If the worst happen, thore entrance, in front of which I could see a WIM.1WQQ "W THE BLACK CAP. THE COURIER-JOURNA- L crowd h.bn"lya.bflV Pi must not bo tho delay of a momont; then strotjt. ot toople nearly blocking up tho Thoro is silence, or all but silence, in thi (Iflfl sw We stopped nt another door, and nnd there I must proclaim tho truth." Ine going by wayf Chicago. Diitlrctly ripresents the anl (J runt, aftor looking around, caught sight court. Tbo buzz of suppressed conversatioc JB IBB33B E3 BBBB BBBB o "You shall bo at band-cl- oso not an of It seeking at hand. I what appeared to Lo an inspector of police sinks almost to nothing absolutely to noth organ; friendly to cIkmi. wno Is s cr.tlc, country thoao will bo present. terra tbe m Ho otifcirod into a little conversation with ing as the Judge's marshal rises, nnd of toi well: bcwtlla to those wno tall to ferre 11, r terre "N?I Inuut bo thore. I must hear and him, the result of which was that wo were gauming uirougii me mysterious proclama- It 111: muallr without enlinzllnf alliances or aalf- soo alt It the man is found guilty, I must, Pio. s:, TTo.TTI. tion which bojins "Oyez! Oyez! OyezP do lib expectations other than tba confidence and his care. KoaTlt-Boi'lfbefore bis horrlblo sentence Is pronounced, given into a broach of the Dally Always makes Dally aupport ol the people, to whom alone it owes alle"This Is law," whispered clares the court open. rffnttrl fin ntirl .iAnlA ii Ex. Hun, Ex. bun. giance. It will bare no cotdpromltea to nuke with 11U Phillppa, my fri9iid a ho bade me good-by"You statu. Horstill closely veiled, sits llko 1 All ii thnc could be doneinnocence." will keep rlgut on in the afterwards." Ltb CoTlnglon. hand, will havo ever grasps inlno, ol duty whichbut has marked out lor Itself, path 2 00 pin "Jfo; it must be dono then. Basil, fancy-- put araluitv." to atona for it by n handsomo scarcely responds towhichpressure it " Lexington..... the 7 2i a m ISO nm by which . .. It wlllfljht monopoly wheth' Parlt... yourself in his placet Nothing could vo ,. toiiowcu OUr CUllIo. 1'lllllnn. 13 S lu 5 20 p ru !. again and again I endeavor to bid hor borx er It reira its horrid lifJ Inildi or oiitild tbe ,.,. .. atoiia for his nnguim at hearing limsolf .1 Arr Mlllarsburg... 11. "1'r. 8 40 a ml 5 47 p m With all Lines st oikiux wiui n nrm step, lennod lor the best. I would give much if ever Democratic party. I will fight Intolerance and " Carlisle.. ....... condeinnod tp death for a crime ho knows niougu 9 00 a ui 0 07 bat no Ullberallim wherercr pia " Johnson nothing of. I must ba there. I'mmiu ,. 1 heavily uponwomy nrm. I scarcoly know by now I could get her to consent to my lead quarter to give to or uiktbay appear, sod and mal9 a in 7 00 p ra higher nwny. Idara not sujgest this. from malefaction St. Louis and Intermediate Pointi. " Mayrrllle. entorod that imlaco of jusdoor 10 SO a mi 7 khall be there, and for your sake I will do as what Thu pm k.iow that doing to would bo waste of words. efactors. Democratic or Republican. With this tice. stalwart policeman led us through you, wish." explanation of lit scope, pita and purpose, watub- Tho U opin. The rei No. 4i which No. 81 No NoOinulbiiB TransIt' was the best concession I could get. I stona corridors and passages, feet, and at rusing court a.iJ Daiutra whichJudgo Is pe- mu ineiouowins letters ll ( r,An, Dally with the tread of our Dally I concealed tbo fact tha tif, when promised. Ex. bun. Ex. (sun last no found ourselves before a double of him as calmly oad unconcernsdly as II Terms of Subscription: fcontenco was pronounced, a woman rose in swinging plain oak door, over tho life s happiness of, at least, one man nnd Lre MtyiTllle. one year Dally Courier-Journ3 41a tn 1 ZOpiy f 10 00 tho body of the court, and asserted the prU. English letters was written which in old Connections la Union Depot, Ht. woman greatly " Jonnson ., t laonms... ,. s 00 wltb trains of made going West, NorthwestLouis, "Criminal ylow ho did not tbo caso depend upon the fauy i.ourier-Journ6 SO a m 1 3pn Unas onor'fl Innocence and her own guilt, tbo and takes of " Carlltle about to ourt. tried. Dally Courier Journal 3 months .. 2 7S Bouthwett, 7 21a m 2 41pm probabilities wero she would bo summarily Ho raises ono of his bouquets and ' MUienburg... I month I .. 1 00 Dally Courier-JournII you are going West to any (point, rail on or in 3 09 pm ejected. This made no difference. Lot tho felt Phillppa shudder, and knew that tho perfumo of the flowers. How caninlialci Sunday Courler-JouacArr Parlt ., 2 00 writo to the undersigned. year t 10 a ui 3 33 p m sight one It " Islington Philippa bo silent; let the man bo found not ui me of those words brought tho horror his position behave like an ordinary mortall Sunday Courier-JournG montbi .. 00 9 10 a m 6 fO pm nomo to tier, iiccbau-ieallsituation iuiiy For lull ani reliable Information In regard to " CiTlngton guilty, and tho next train could bcarfua II HO a in 8 pm I pressod a sovereign in the hand of Wero wo not hero he might condemn on InLand, Ac, In the Western Stalre, Jlapi, Ouldei wkekly rocaiiB-jorasAback to Seville. the vonial inspector, or whatever he was: nocent man to ashamoful death! I wontlot and lowest apeclal rates lor Tickets and Iloutehold No.--Tra- ln No. 8 runt dally from KnoxTlll Yos oven now then was hopol ,.l 1 CO Uoola to all polnta West call on oc address if, with such horrlblo responsibility resting One year, with a Premium then, holding my wife's hand. I passed to CoTlngton. Wh,Mir?Pa 10 Klrecoidea 1 year without rreralum(each) ,. 1 -O. II. 1L30P. through the uotseloM swingiug door uito the on him, a judgo can ever really be a happy Six BoV?i,,Drv?DChro,nt.;.';j,ifaV..gtoD ........ ,. and months without premium..... PtsMnjtr Ag't Ohio A Mississippi lullrray, i man I Cn AFTER XIV. all but empty court. so .. Throe mout lit without Premium Uarrodsburg, Ky Train No. S It dally except Thoso thoughts soam trirlal; but my uiiiul A fow policemen nnd other officials wore lnrar'ably In tdrance"V W. W.PKABODV, IBS CBrUIIfAL COURT. W. B. ailATTUt, ounging about. Two or three poopU, who is by noir in a stranjo stato; It is, In J tod, so BBT01ttge.cn paper Is prepaid by tbe publisher. Traa't and Oen'l Man'gr, Wo reached Charing Crow at 4 o'clock on Uen'l Pass. Aft, KnaoxTlIn.'!IVU'bU' Udt11' toi7amiSLto setulUro tbat orerjr slight incident, arorr C. W. PA Kiel, Central Passenger Agent, loconnccuoa rremiumt maim 01 Couiler-Journ- onrea Includes a greatwiid U10 morning of Boptembor 90. . Tha first had no doubt gained admittance In thosamo small cerowonlal lxlostoil nl Prl Ma ft J.ii the Weekly of soanu to l Clndnnatl. Ohio. traluby which wo could get to Townham coignes t,d urn uone, were seated In various 'fe-i-Lof useful and attrtctlre arllclet. A clrcuUr forsTer upon it, of vantage, Ue.1 IHiillppA up the s rr&a timed to leave Liverpool otroet at coven, conttinlrg list of premiums complete and a aamp'e xtnglon A bowbxKed Jtontlemau tho clerkhf assizos, copy of t 30 PrmJarrlTeP.r.5,5pB;.,r" broad steps, nnd pointed to'on ClhasiiVcnlrialradla SO that wo had an hour or two to snam tor the Weekly Courier-Journwill be sent tba Intitln or that class ol atid frte ofebarge on application. such, refreshment as wo cared totako, such woodon benches provided for tbo accommo-datlo- n cansman next ino tollbUs neiebbor-rl- se tins f ho geueral public. insssl itiDftllst. and has Mifa;. nama alter name, until ha has fixed of Thesp benches A good local agent li detlred in erery communialmati rest as ro dared to allow ourselves. What B'X TO t DATS.um lluo, uulrtrstl e tha V' al.Cnd!n:?o4n!lDC.hOU:0n,, Win VSiutaUti at with tbo fatlguo of contlAUOua travel, and were raisod top by step, onoabova another. the twenty-thre- Jarjr. gentlemen neodod to form ty, to whom a liberal cub commission will betree ML'RPIIV I1R09., jrrancl aatMSirltttrt. They sUnd up in their lowed. A canraulmr outfit Is aent local aaentt Wo chow our position about half-wa- y up tho dread of what this day was to bring larii.lti of charge. No trarellogagenta are employed by flhtiwas Iht fsror cf UriMlbylat placet and ars rapidly aworn In. Tbe proclamaforth, It may bo easily believod that wo wero public lad now ranks the Coarltr-Jourcand no subscription thou Id BtruiCssalulCe.' B'Ft.5l?i?.,'3.K' thoroughly worn out. Wo wwe, Indeod, amon (ha leading Hrli. W. a. WaiTTLESEY. . Please examine tbs label on which yaur name tion a jalnst ylca and Immorality It read and tbe arer boglren to any one unlets personally known . otihaollJoai. ' ngni, inoro flttod to go to bed and sloop for a week is printed aod rwait to the lubscriber. Addrces Trar. Paaa. . OruiniutljnpBl Clots A. L. SMITH. judge begins bis work, CnTlnfAn ar. ui tbs amount you owe If Umn to proeood ujson the last srago of our W.N. HALDHUAN. '" . sxlngton, Ky C. W. SMITH. IkaJotJ. fa, sW0M" you ars to arrtsis. To dxCohti.-sciProsldtnt Couiler-JoursCo , Loulsrille, Ey. SuUbr Urunltu. uumol Joupoy, 'teoernl Manager Clan, pts 4g ixke 11.01), F. DAEKIAYSHUGH CONWAY. ATTOUN13V IiAW, sons Mir, it BWswI?H hslf-snioke- d " j. AttornoyFlan. Court-house- HXjitajaorv dkntist, KOSIEY, Through Trunk HOUSEJ PAINTER! X. .V. Line '"' ' IOItlHt. Read and Remember 1181-Iyr- J. T. HARRIS J. OPERA HOUSE. 303-2- y Jt.iltlllS. . XVtorai SOUTH & WEST "e. BEST TOUDRIDA 1 n, hH "POSTED! ter 1. II. Baldwin I'ust-otSc- ., forth-comin- SHORT EAST d nl FMnRflNTQSl'lnt nira S,s t.!1? ""n. ,r'S Stanford Female College. a Corps of Teachers, (LI-Car- mmm bbio ay. East Kentucky's Route fa, Washington, st MONEY fr Can Made o. r;n. te s, TERMS MODERATE. A SOLEDTRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. ht UOn. to-d- mmf Semi-Weakl- y, for-swe- " ht to-da- rrwf STANFORD. KY. Fropr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Woll Known Mnsonhclmcr's Restaurant Hotol Still Maintains its High Boputation, Skmi-Wkkk- ly Semi-Week- IT. MYERS HOTEL, Point. I.. - Iti it ii tu.b"t iu LflJ 1 Itouie." I......l.l. ."... "' Tho FOR A rj iiu a r 2r rj That Thieving Tariff! mm f t -- tbln-face- IF9 ii In fellow-creatu- re rm.1 ttr.ar" ?SS&&,g?iir l!i5.&i!; St. Louis & tho West tL?;ii irni'Si!. si.... Ill Kg wm . . w KJItor-ln-Cblc- n VILLI; or 1 MrPoinei 1 Mil S 1 1 11 U assy lSn IIMIi 1 I 3 - r 1 F' - 1 12Hours Quicker tvanifnv O. & M. - atmyixm: branch. "v.," tltue-ierrer- Fast Timo and Sure Con neotions Ferries! w 1 1 fers! BOUTU-BoiTf- li ji al 1 1 'ton ttj u y al ty nhM,i sl tM H rr' ra: Wet al 111 .rur ;