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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885020301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Sent VOLUME XIIL naI Hot STANFORD, KYM - 2w titefio 3, 1885. Death-Be- d. imftmL NEW SERIES-NUMB- TUESDAY. FEBRUARY Andrew ER 415 Ptibllnheil Tttcatlav nml Frttlav, 83. OO XElt ANNUM When paid strictly lo advance. I( wa hire to tit tar time, 92.00 will to eharaed. Charlie's Bad Guesses, Popular fallacies Two young ladies were oTerhoard talkIt would add many yeus to tho average lunjerity of our ppictcs If ne could free the ing glibly and confidentially on a suburban next iteration from the curse of the fol train. "Now, Mary," said one, "Tell ma lowing fallacies, which aie either direct why Chr!le and you quarreled." "lid- sources of dieense or add an unnecessary cause he's a ninnj; that's the reason, lou Jactson's W. P. WALTON. Some Man to be Surprised. I was in Mine. Hsitt'ic?riet institution the other dtr, on Nineteenth street, when the wife of a rich brewer brought her two daughters in lobe newly ringed with star and c )rJ ise. "Djo'i tft them or.e'a too tight," wii her pirtlnj adnimUion, as she to left fiom .awhile The eldrs .Hrjnl fi. oi Ihi m ih'ii. Saa vru a till, slen der irl with a ntceljr rounded waist and h (jool hit nil pae if arm i, wille Hj atiod in hv till ir .mlisil ; In, whin she tin dre-iel- , her hsn.lsjrne myrtle cloth wai linl with el'k It Kreen wit pt I III it t iii3 i thick on the biok. It was pxldtl fi4 Inshei thick over tbo brent. Tie upiir inrt of the elesve was slightly- - padded, but the under half full three tnchei of cotton. From this pidJed cell the ladj escaped and I trembled lest some on 5 ihould opio a doir and let In the high wind blowing outIde livery bin sin the mrr.i.v li'llt choi ri visible at the bars of the grate Tiro Mich broimrstlcki ai those poor nms I lure ajldorn o. I suppose she had a pilr of drnmittcks to in itch and a b1d, brave wa nun shs Ii to truit herelf mini on Via. Milsrua produced the cornet i uiuvel-o- ut feat of white embrolderr on blui "tin. Bstnld thou, coiaets were padded in front at tin tip and at the biltom bthinJ; to be twMi lliwitt, tha star maker, and Erer-nil- '. jt UI! wr hl President Jackson was for thirty one years a diseased man, and the latter part of hts Hie was spent lu almost continuous he was tor piio. Even on his death-bes. tued by "I am dying," ea'd burden to domestic life. The idea that know he's been coming to see me for two he, ''as fast as I can; and they know it; but cold baths are healthy in winter and dan- years, and I could see Just as plain as any- they keep swarming about me in crowds, 0RU&GISTS geroue in midsummer; that rain water is body else that he was head over heels In seeking for office intriguing for office." fceno was a most affecting mere wholesome than 'hard" water; that love with me. Hit he didn't seem to hare His death-bebo heated In cold weather; anv sni to him. and I got real impatient, ore. A half an hour before his death his bedrooms mut that the n.Isery of evir'aiting fcruhblng jnit as sny girl would hare dono. A lew children and friends were standing around aud (oapiud rapsrs is compensated by )e nights before Christina! he called to see his bedside, and his adopted son, Andrew W I nes. Wall Paper, Musical comfort of the lucid Interval'; that a sick- me, and hefure he went away I raid: 'Char had taken his hand and whispered in his jiieiuicnia, uookh, Liquor Iiisfrucuicnte. kept hermetic illy cloec'; lie, I want to make you a C.iristmas pres- ear: room must hi Slalionery, leurH, Pocket ' Father, how do you feel? Do you know that it pi a o xnre foul air nn account of ent, but I waul to be sure it will suit you HoupM, OIIh, TolmccoH, Cutlery, mi?" Perfumery, Lamps lis warmth; that "driughts" are morbific It is somehlng real nice, warm, useful and Tiro Arms, Machia IScetlleja ageccle; that catarrhs are due to 'off ''m ornamental, nnd will aUiys stay wllh you ' 'Knowyoti? Yes, I should know you Our JcTf elrr, Silverware nnd ntlcal Honda Department Is Charge orCel. pcratun; that even in midsummer child- 'A carl? lie si !. 'No, not a scarf,' I sail, all If I could see Rriug me my specta- Thos. Richards, who will Repair iVatches and Clocks promptlyInand iu the boat cles." ren must hi sent to bd nt sunset, when 'though it might embrace you. It style. These were brought and put on him, and the air begins to grow pleisan'; that an af- about a hundred p)imd, and I're hetrJ ? ter dinner nap can do any harm; that the you siy you thought it vory prctotn ' he said. "Where is my daughter and God will take care of you fcr me. I ainltiry condMon of the atmosphere can le Oh, 1 know,' he said, 'a bicycle.' Ry this improved by the fftor of carbolic acid; that time I wisnjarly raal, bit I made one am my God's, I belong to him, I go but thero Is any bem fit in swallowing j infills ntoreethrt. 'Not a bxycle,' I said, 'but a short time before you, and I want to meet of nauseous sulphur water; that rest after It ctn wtlk, has n mouth, eyes, pretty hair you all, white and black, in heaven." At this all burn into tears and the Gen 'Now I kno,' he dinner can be shorientd with impunllar and is very eral said: "What is the matter with you, tha' outdoor rccre'tlon is a wasto of tiuis; sld; an l wjat do you think the ninny that athletic spirts brutalize the character; guesed that timi? A big Newfoundland my dear children? Hare I nlarmed yot? il being irqtrrca anr other do! I wis never si dismtel in my lif', Oi, don't err. R good children end we that a will all meet in hearen " atlmuUtin than exerci-- e and fresh air; and hare not seen Cnarlie since. lle' These were Jacks la's last words. A short that anr ujechanloal contrivances can com- treated me real mean, and now leap rear fjr manly strenx1 ; that any plan I' gone and I hate him. Oi, there he is time after this he passed peacefully away. pensate of studr cmiustlfr the cuitom of stinting now at the other end of the cir. Ain't he He died a Christian and a Presbyterian. and talk to Washington Letter. children in their sleep; tha' the torpor of sweet? I wish he would M'ROBERTS&STAGG rllUCEUTISTS Opera House Block, Drug, Paints cflicc-seekrr- d Stanford, Ky., wt-U- Ma-riat- XJZJ,E"3T no-m- 1 I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter comprising- the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and try. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley narcslism is preferib e lo innomnis; that (Conn.) Times. The State Agricultural Department cf tho suppression of harmless creations will Michigan has received replies from 705 MosilA' Lua Sild Jones: "'1 hardly fall to luget rlca and hypicrisy; that estimitej of the cost cf erer ride, for crowded cars I can't abide, and farmers making Is identical with invigoratlon; that raising crops. The average cost of ore carriages I dodsiplse I am so fold of fsaMon has a right to enforce the wearing of acre of wheat is $15 23, distributed as fol" L'ppin-cott- 's woolen clothes In the dog days. ' I bring my lunch," eald Smith elate, lows: Plowing, $1.79; fitting for seed, Magsrlne ' For noisy rctaurants I hats; besides, I'd $1.1-1- fertilizers, $1 OS; reed, $1 G5; drilling 1st. That Dr. Bourne is a graduate of one of the beat Xew A Washington cor- spoil my appetite for dinner when I'm 37 cenls; harvesting, $1 50; stacktnf, 71c; A Caxcek CiritE. York Medical threshing, $1.51, marketing, S7; interest at Colleges. writes home at night." respondent to the Memphis Aratanthc . 7 $3.53; repairs, 05; total, $15.20. that paper that aome weeks ajo a United Slid Brown: ''I'm toujh; I nerer wear per cent., 2d. That ho is au old Druggist, having learned tho business in Lexington St-t- es Coinul at Pernambuc, S. A , sent lo an overcoat. I do declare I do not feel tho The value of the straw per acre is placed ' $13 07 per and had an experience cf over eight years at the prescription llndresuniler. MisiMi'' Kttrict km the State Department tho exudation from cold like those chaps weighed at $1.59, makin the net cost case. acre, which was 71 cents per bushel. The ttirnrd oi'n "plump and pUim pus in " a Iree that grows In Paraguay which was down wllh clothes." 3d. That his Medicines are all iresh, just from tho laboratories cost was greater in southern counties thin of Now Iljtoh, tuj! thrre wlU be .n 'n ' n n aid to cure cancers, as was s'.ated by the "I never touch clgin," Green spike. Cipt. "They're m ike of stuff unfit to emike : For in the northers, but the amount received York and Philadelphia. tnio in the world by and by, i.1 Him rKiri Consul, with abiolute certainty. of the swindled will be denied I i ui . Ho Duble, an old Mississippi rirer steauilnat- - healthfulness or comfort ripe give me my for wheat was more. The cost of raNirg 1th. That he does not trust to others, but puts up his own hands all pre. oats averaged $13 84 gross, or $1189 net, can't ro down to tie Mayor' office and man, residing at 301 Missouri avenus in fragiant brier pipe." geriptions entrusted to his care. 4 cents per bishel. The averequal to 20 make the owplaini; he "III hire to grin this city, baring suffered loig with a terriAtd so we all sp)log!ta and make ex an 1 bear it and prav that the cotton crop ble cancer, was intrusted with the exuda- cuses mostly lies, becaue we dare no pay age price of raising corn was SIS 39 per 5th. That he keeps all Drugs, Medicines, Chemical and Show Case In Liuis tion from Ihe South American tree. He with eenn we g) without to sare expense. acre gros, or taking out the value of the New Yo ' ArtU don't fill. cles usually kept in a first class Drug and sundrj' store. stalks $15 OS, equal to 20.9 cents per bush H? publican. nntdied the salve as directs 1, and after the ChScsgo Sun. el. Gth. That his prices are just as low as crood., nuro nre,V,3 nan i "Yen, tuy friend, Vi--V " 'iinlertd aj elapse of three weeks I perfectly well. i.i w..wa y.uu UUOU1U. a The reason that Rio coffee la not quoted i The editors ethroughout the Stale who waved ht armi ar I'm i mid reif red in There is only a scar left on his face and he is that only the lower high in the market 7th. That Dr. Bourne's New Drug Store is opposite the Myers are lamenting the lack of le;al talent in the face. "The nllruade me the leeched noe The Captain, full of gratitude tu the House of Brazilian coflfie are called Itio God of nature and the South American grades the Legislature probably forget how many Stanford, Ivy. of (he land! Tnr ra oucRtng the life be-- t coffee from Hio de Janlawyers were members of the last s&sxn. Consul, says he wants to cure iTery can coffee. The blood of InluU)! Ifelectel to the Legia-latureiro is cillel 'Jara.""Moch." etc. You Just in the two houses, with my fir', and 11 greiUst efljrt shall cr, without cost, that rages and destrovs, coffee to Rio members from fifty farmers and thirty-onin the raller of the see the planters send their be directed to putting th harness on the nmrnt his old friends together, the good all other occupations. If filtyseven s Mississippi. Sargeon General Hamilton and then it is ail mixed rampant racer of monopoly '." and the bad, in order to get an arerage cannot insure the framing of the leg. a. s the etite Is the most extrscdlnary tint November, lie ITe elected U't Drice. Whan it eels hera it is taken to Islature act? In approved legal style It Is staffed for Albany yesterday and a crowd erer occured. large coffee homes, where the work done in lime that better men at the bir were de of Ma constituents were at the depot to "There Is more money in Bibles than In Rio is undone, the coffee being sorted out manded. It is not surprising that all law. him ofT. anything else," aald Mr. J. K. Jone', of into different cradei and various names yers do not know how to write new laws "Yen, tny friends, we will humble thin Philadelphia, one of tin largest Bible given it. Ths lowcit grade is called Rio when It is considered how many enter the monopoly," he aald, from a rear platf.nni; printers in the United State. "TheM is a As matter of fact some of the best coffee a profession without any general educatlor. and tLen taking a ajal In the car he got steady reliable trade fjr the giod book, we get comes from Brazil. Commercial. hii railroad past redr to show lo the con and I think I bare made two millions of -- Wall Street N'ewf. A spaculator often has a chance to make doctor Qiite a number of cures for red noses the different grades since I have been In a nice sum of miner off a hare been suggested. Oae, a physiciar, the business. The prices ranges from ten If I went ti hell and found that the de ol their not recommends vaseline and precipitated sul- to Kobert K cents for the kind given away by the Bible farmer or mechanic by reason had erected a mouutnent knowing the latest changs in markets. He nhnr aa a lecal application; another sug Lee, I should take of! my hat to him of the Society to the $30 one bound in velvet and burs up all their stock, ships it gests that a good sirong brine might effect cloven hoof, and if he ofl'ired me brimstone ivory. I hare nearly ceased printing other rushes out, as his own, pays them out of the proctels ually and permanently cure the troub e; I would drink luck to him and hit family books As a general thing they don't pay. sale and pockets the difference. In while another who signs himself "Slap- and my hope tint he would lire long and Unless you can get a work by a great au- of the estimation of some re'y good people be Sticks," suggests that the remedy that will prosper. To hare seen the great Virginian thor or a noted politician, the rale of any the has no moral right to do this. Some even probably be uied in the great majority ot waia libjral educitlon; to hare touched book does not reach beyond a small edigo so far as to say he might just as well cases, viz: "Keep on drinking and it will $:53, hiihind was a benediction and an Inspira- tion. I paid Alexander H. Stephens have stolen that much money from them turn purp'e " tion; to remembjr him with reverend I a 000 royalty on the 'War of the United Pittsburgh Dispatch. Australians have d'icarded the horse patent of nobility. Thit thess people do State,' but only abiut $0,000 for his 'His-tor- y o't the United Slates.' " remember blm with eo sweet and holy a "Good evening, Tonimr. Is your sister bit and subititutcd for it a carriage, consentiment ahowathat in them the age of home?'' "Yes, sir; she's out in sisting of a steel band placed over the NW UsT FOR THE NEW AS.f.UHETtC, Clarlsa at popping corn for you." "Pop front bone of the horse's cose, to which ap instinct ol knighthood chlralrr anl the the kitching Dr. Fleschel, of Vienna, declares that It is the reins are attached. how very thought- - pllance Falcin in Lou. Timer--. fttlll aiirrlre. and similar hab- ping corn for mi? Why, morphinism, alcoholism for the bit that fuM I like pop corn rery much." "le, claimel for this substitute A tocloiraim waabelnj; performed in a its can now be cured rapldlj and painless. sir. She eald she was going to ut a pan of it gives comp'ete control over the horse The prorincial city and the closing act wa to Ir br means of cocaine chloride. pop corn under your nose, and if you didn't without inllicting the least discomfort or witness the death of the heroine from pol-ao- a method is rery eirople- -a withdrawa', eithhint she'd give you tho shake." tjrture. . administered by her lorer. The end er gradual or abrupt and complete, of tho ake the Something beeide corn was popped that for breakfast is particularly Fried bam approached, when the lorer aald: ' I have habitual Intoxicant, and treatment of the evening. Chicago News. nice when the slices are cut the night beforgotten the rial." "Rill me with a pl nervous and other symptoms which ari'e fore and allowed to soak all night in a cup tol or a dagger," whtywed the actrens therefrom by means of hypodermic injecThe SprinisGeld Iitpublican says: 'Tall, whic'i a tablespoonful of suC2"g- "I hT neither." "Kill me quickly, for tions of cocaine. Us claims that in ten thin Walter Evans, the Kentucky whisky of water to has been added. This softens tho meat the audlerci li iinpatift t," she exclaimed. days a cure may be efluc'td in any case. attorney whom Mr. Arthur brought to gar oppre3.ivcly salt taste. Thedo'eof cocaine cholride, hypodermi-cally- , Washington lo run tho Internal Revenue and takes out the An Iniplnthn et't'A him, and as ahe Boston Budget. Is from oae twelfth to one fourth of a klsit SSp faltered and Bureau, tells his friends that he expects to ' I die by the baud of tho grain, diolrcd ia water, repeated as ne fell, cxclilmln: The wheel snake, which takes its tail in get the forthcoming $1,000 vacancy on the cessary. pilsoaer.' It wia an tfliCtlre climax. thinkB the Pres- lis mouth and eo trundles over the ground, Bench of this district He is to say the least, regardless of dress and As I was walking horns one erenlng last ident is sure to give it to him." A recjnt experiment ou a small ecale, as His walking suit ft annronriatenees. whole week from a theatre I was approached by a to which nre the beit for planting, If in proportion to size a man could consists of a swallovf.all.-Pitteb- urg Bui- thing of or cut potatoes, naulled aa follows Telve small beggar girl a ragged little loud aa a baby, there would be letin. . give me holler as hilU planted wllh one large potato In each nine or ten years. "Please mister, no telephones needed in this country. Positive Cure for Piles. yielded aixty pounds; twelre hills with a dime" "What foi?'' "For , my little To the people of this county we would aay that Buck ten's Arnica Satire. hrothers and sisters," This was said in the fortj-clj- ht emnll whole potatoes two we have been given tha agency ot Dr. Marcbisl' Tbo best Salve In the world for Cuts, Brutiei, guaranteed noundti. and twelve hllU with two cut eels most plaintive of tones. "How many hare File Satt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Italian inesch yielded aerentytwo pounds. All you goi?'' "There are seven of us, and Sores, Ulcin, Chilblains, Corns, and all 8kln to cure or mooey refunded Internal, External, on earth Chapped Uands, Bleeding or Itching Plies. Price 50 cent were planted In hills three feet nnd receiv- mama is sick." "Seven! What Vmntlnnt ml roaltlvalr cures Hiss, or no par re Blind, A McAllster, did she have hare so many children foi?'' quired. I l tuaranteed to give perfeit satlifac-tlo- r a box. No cure, no pay. Fenny game treatment. ed the Druggists. 25 cents per box. Thla query I meant to bs a mental one, but or mvT relunded. Frlci A writer in a eclentlGc journal ridicules Daughters, Wives and Mothers. asking her. lor sale t rate A renny. tbey the little thing thought I was w. .mnhittcallT euarantee Dr. Marchlil's Ca. the Idea that apples sweat and that "Because she Is blln I." I gave.the req'iir thollcan, a female remedy, to euro Female DiseasAn Want Answered. must undergo a sweating procewa before Advertiser. ed dime. Kidney or Uvet es, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Can any one bring ua a cais of they are put In barrels in order to keep dtspUcemint or bearing Electric Bitters will not speedily Ulceration, Falling and well. He otates that only injury comes A genius has iuvented a cushion with a CouipUlnt that feeling, Irregalarlttlei, Barrenness, Change We say they can not, as thousands of eaics down cure? plral spring, to be worn by skaters where already permanently cured and who arc dally rec- of Life, Leucorrhaja, besides many weaknesses from leaving apples In piles in an orchard, Bloat, moisture found on them comes it will do the most good. When a skater ommending Ktectrlc Blttcra, will prove. Brlghfs sprlnglog from tho above, like Headache, and that tho orany urinary com- lug, Spinal WeaknJ, Sleeplessness, Norvoua by He recommends who wears one of these contrivances eits Disease, Diabetes, Weak Hack from the almocphere. Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For sale They purify tho Wood, picking them in barrels as soon as they dowa unexpectedly and in italics, as it plaint quickly cured. act on the diseased parts. druggists. Prlcealland tl 50 per bottle. Bend the boweli and pamphlet, free. are picked. were, the spring throws him right on bis Erery boltlo guaranteed. For sale at 50 cents a to Dr. Marchltl, Uttca.N.V forDruggists. For sale by Penny A McAllster, boul feet again, before he Is fully aware that bottle by Tste A Fancy. If you den't obfervo eo many cats -- Nonltown Oil faom Nature's Wells. the boarding house now you must bear In there has been an accident. A Lawyer's Opinion of Merest to AH. The akin on tbe bead Is kept eoft and flexible the shooting season is at hand Herald. lead attorney of Winona mind that J. A. Tawney, Eq., a by a lecrellon from the oil glsnds, When these Minn., writes: "ATlerulngltfor more than three and rabbit pie is a sswonable article. "Oh, yes, I seduced tier," sneerel are clogge4 the hair dries and falleofl. Parker' years, I take- great pleasure In stating that I regard f Newark Call. a beerwigon diiver at Chica- Dr. King's Now Discovery lor Consumption as the Hair Balaam renewa their actios, reitorea tbe original color to tho hair and wake It aoft and FllEK UISTIUBUTION. go, to Louis Dichin, a tancer. He refer- best remedy la the world for Coughs and Colds. I dan J ruff Not greasy, at MoUolrts A ' What cuim tli the most severe Colds I glossy. ItaUooraltcatei red to Bichus' daughter. The next instant has never failed to cur Dollghtful for a StAilj'rfTJnifffjtorer TliefreeUItrUmllonofimpl pain In the notady,de!ldoudy perfumed. have bad and invariably relieve the ...(lliof Dr. D&iiuko's Cousli'aml lungByriirith Say was a corpse, with a bullet hole In his cheat." Trial Bottle of this sure cure for aU lady' toilet table. Tbo best of drawings. PreferCot J. Conumiitljn bead and another in his heart. Bachus ia hroatand tout, Dlseawi way t had rc atTato able to all similar articles bocauie of Its superior ii t fopulur rcmeJy for Coiigtn , ?' cleanllnoss and purity. aii'l Urouclillli M ou tU matket. Bcjular ilia 60 under arrest. i. Penny's Drug Store Large stao SI. us."-Hartford atim-ulati- omi Seven Things To Eemember. ; half-frozj- n I:r -- ' e, fifty-seve- a e law-yer- m OUR chr wool-growe- v-- II LADIES', MISSES' A3KT CHILDREN'S FINE KID AND GOAT SHOES Bfl $gy Olntment-emphatlc- ally CAN NOT EXCELBD ! TRY A PAIR & rtg-ula- to - BKUCE M'ROBERTS, & s't 'h STANFORD, KY, rptvtianJSl.OO. :.. r.. . . ., - NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, Stxiford, Ky February 3, 1885 w. P. WALTON. For some time past a periodical item to tie effect that John K. Wolf, the young 4aMi sent from Georgetown to the penitentiary for 10 years for forgery, wag dying in that institution and we were beginning to betkvetbata studied attempt wis being aaade thereby to prepare the public for a pardon, but we are glad to report that such mm not the case, for Wolf has actually .yielded up the ghost. Toe fate of this man should be a terrible warning to those who mar bs tempted to gel money dishonestly. Ha belonged to n good family, aaered into the best society and had every prospect of making a worthy and respected xmb of himcelf, but women, wine and cards were too much for him and he forced checks to the amount of eevcral thousand dollars. All that money and influence could avail were used to prevent hi) but he was convicted and sent to a felon's cell, where he concocted the prison rerolt and carried it into effect last August. "Sercral noted prisoneis succeeded in eecap-ia- g, but he fell terribly wounded and his death Siturday was the result of thcai vreaads. We hope his death may not be without its good resultr. t, m l It is reported the has DEALER IK found 8waim guilty, with recommendation Horwo 8 ho cm. Hardware, ttreecrlct, Nadtllen, for his dismissal. There were but two votes QtiecnNwarc, IIiirkj' Whips, Nails, Iron, in his favor. Htigfcy Wheel, NtoTen, Cauo MIIIm, Harnett, John Smith, while skating in DAviess GratcH, Covens, Npokc, Cider MillH, county, oroke through the ice and was HI in K, Hteutiware, Corn .Shellem, Collars, drowned after struggling for 45 minutes to reach the shore. Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and It has bean discovered (hat white woGait Pumps, and the Celebrated Bayfield Elevator. Tin RootAxother step towards cheaper po.tage is men in San Francisco sell their illegitimate ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. female oflprings to the Chineie, who train More the House and the bill will no doubt DWILLE, BOTLE COUNTY. IteKlnnrv, . tecome a law. It is proposed to charge them for the haiem. PAINT LICK,GARRARD COUNTY. The total amount recommended by s awo cents an ounca for carrying D. N. Uenman has sold his residence j&ftlter; that is to say letters and cealed par the House Committee to be expended on cor. 31 and Broadway to J. W. Fleece for D.ed, on the 2'Jib, Mrs. Henderson xxk on which people now pay postage at rivers and harbors is $12,333,000, about $2,500. Green, of brain fever. d "4tA . of the official estimate rt twn nanla fnr anti Tial f nnnra Hon. A. G. Talbott, of this county, is a Mr. J. B. ArPostofBce on wheels. Fifteen indictments have already been candidate for the State Senatorship for this nold Oa letters requiring a single postage stamp" has undertaken to turn tho house, m u of tho district to succeed Hon. F. D. Rigney, i uuuu were win, oi course, ibe no reduction. r..,.j pBuo u' i m.i, lately purchased by Will Ward, so that it Etstters which now go for four cents will go Auditor ot Virginia, for embezzling State wboee term expires next August. will front Main street. It is now used ss funds and the prospect is that a hundred A show called "Little's World," in six the poetoffice. Mr. Ward is fitting it up fer two; while on all heavier parcels to this class of mail matter the will be returned. acts and eight tableaux, under the man- for a business house. dialeu m Newspostage will be reduced one-halxneJrosiotnce Appropriation liill, as agement of Geo. O. Monk, is advertised The foxes made a raid on Uncle Alvah . ra j If m r- -.& paper publishers now pay two cents per completed by the House Appropriation for Saturday night next at the Opera Pullim' Iambi a few nights ago. He haa Drugs, Books, Stationery and . S' Committee, provides a total appropriation Houe. If the show is as good as the pic- employed some of the hunters to run them pasad for having their publications Fancy Articles. ATt. in the mails. This is to be reduced tf $52,253,2)0. Estimates, as prepared by tures and other advertising it will be well all out of tbe country, but they only run the Posto-i- .PbjilcUc-- i.iKrlptlbi, tttu.ttclj teinpcuDdrJ. Department, amounted to worth going to see. to one cent. ' them close enough to give them a good ap $50,009,169. The appropriation for the Mr. John C. Yeiser, of 8Lelby City, petite for another Iamb. jovial young ass of the Harrods-bur- g The current year amounted to $19,010,400. The has invented a car coupler, which can be Mr. R. M. Argo says that since his Democrat elevates his aural appenbill provides that postige shall be charged attached to any of the ordinary freight house has been burned, carpenters have dages, imagining that it gives him a wise s on matter at the rate of 2 cents cars now in use. It is simple in its con- been a greater pest to him than the seven- - The Largest Stock of Watches, Olocki, look, and brays about a paragraph which for each ounce and sscond class mitter at struction and can be manufactured at a year-itcJewelry and Sllierwara running after him for a job of Preach Tipton told him was ungrammatic-al- . the rate of one cent a pound. trifling expense. Railroadmen who have work before he knows whether he will Otherwise be would cerer haTe known Lower tbin liouxht tbluui.krt Tne widow of Stonewall Jackson has seen the invention tested are much pleased build at all or not. Bot he says if any Etir Iwrt. toWttcbr. Clock! I'llrrtJtwtlrr K- tb in J There is many a smart Aleck who is paired on fhott nolle ioJ WrrDlJ. consented to allow his war horse, "Old Sor- with it. good carpenter will agree to build him a unconscious of the fact that he is a natural Workmen are preparing to put in a rel," to bs taken to the New Orleans Expo brick house 1Hi30 and 12 fe.t high, cover nam d. I. ana we are airaiu our j.y. a. is sition far the benefit of th; Confederate modern front, with iron columns, etc., in ed with II. C. HKIGHT. tin, for $19735, he can take the jkailarly affected. P. CCKIMX. the store room on the cor. 31 and Main Soldiers Home. job. belonging to H. C. Farrir, where Fob many years under the heading of Elijah M. II tines, Independent Demo- streets, To the Democratic County Committee. "Jottings on the Bloomfield Pike" the crat, was electe 1 pjrmanent Speaker of the J. II. Gentry haa his grocery store. C. S. You are requested to meet at the office Record has published an entertaining Illinois Assembly oa the second ballot Sneed & Co., of Louisville, will furnish tbe column written by Mr. C. T. Denny, who Friday, breaking the deadlock which has iron work and Wm. King, of this place, of the Interior Journal, Stanford, at 2 r. M. March county day to fix the manner will do the brick work. showed much knowledge of public men and ex sted for three weeks. The fellow who asked everybody last and time for nominating a democratic canaffairs. The hat issue of that piper canAt Bswling Green L. S. Brough & CoV tatas an announcement of his having be- implement store and wareroora, O E summer ''Is it hot enough for you?" and all didate for the Legislature. A full meetJ. E. Lynn, Camn. come insane and after due investigation of Glenn's confectionary, the Park City 2im&t this winter, "Is it cold enough for you?" ing is deeirel. IN- As theri may be some doubt as to who hiaciae had been ordered to the Anchorage office and Stephen & McLsllan's grocery is going bis rounds this morning announcAaylum. ing, "This is the 21 day of Feb'y., today are the members, their names are given were burned ciusing a loss of $30,000 Congressman James K. Jones has been the ground hog comes out and if he sees below: J. E. Lynn, R. H. Brouaugh, T. is understood that the holder of one D. Xewland, J. M. C.rter, A. J. Henry, J. of the best paying offices in this district elected Senator from Arkansss, after a long his shadow, he'll go back to his bole and J. Newland, E. S. Goocn, Florence Yowell Old Betweendrinks is hugging the fond delusion to to his breast drawn out struggle. He was born in Mis- remain six weeks." and W. P. Walton. he will retain his office under the sissippi in 1839, was a Confederate soldier says the first man who gays anything about that ground hog to him will suddenly go up tbe Card of Thanks. Civil Service law. But he will have to walk and has seryed two terms in Congress. To the EJItor of The Interior Journal. Conant, the managing editor ot Har the flume. the plank and should be among the first to AND The Danville Literary Club met Fri Curro.s. Tix., Jar. 20 Pleafe allow do bo, as it is daily capable of proof that pers weekly, hB not been beard of since he has used his office with an eye tinjto to the 23d, when he left his office. The the- day night at tbe residence of Prof. J. C. me through the Journal to thank tnjr old ory of his friends is that he his b.c ome Fales, when the subject of "Asiatic Immi- Kentucky .riend., who hare io gentrously partisan advancement. temporarily inssne aid wandered among gration" was discussed by Messrs. J. B. cntue to tny relief, Mace the recent burninR Tiieke is a society in London which ad strangers. Walton, J. L.Allen, J. W. Yerkes, J. S. of tny lurn. 13 i aesurei', fiiemlf, your vocate tho finirg tf people w'io have more Presiding Elder B. F. Bates, of the A. VanWinkle, M. J. Durham, J. W. Proctor. kindne. la highly appreciated, and tho tie than ibreo children, ine trouble about it M. E. church, Liwrence, Kan., is defend Other members present were Messrs. R. P. of friendship ami relation made atronger. COXSISTIXCJ OF wall be lound in the uct that those who ing a bastardy nit. A mulatto Jacobs, O. Beatty, J. A. Cheek, J. C. Fales May you never hi eo unfortunate a. to sufhave more than three children aie gener- girl is the prosecutor, and the parlors of the R. A. Johnstone, J. At Qniesenberry. Vis- fer loea from 6rc, is the with of one who ally too poor to pay a fine and it would church at Lawrence the place where she itors: Dr. L. S. McMurtry nnd Messrs. S. lorn you all well. Yourn very truly, cost too much to punish such people by locates the crime. M. G Cash. G. Boyle and Wm. Argo. imprisonment. A hop given by the young men of the It is estimated at the Treasury Deed Fully nine tenths of the sirdines The Rev. Howard A. M. &c, Hender- partment there will be a decrease of over town to the young ladies of the Cooking in the United State, come from son bobs serenely up as a candidate for $5,000,000 in the public debt the present Ciub, at the Clemens House Friday night Maine. They an nothing but email her Chaplain of the next National House month. The receipts so far the present was a eiy pleasant affair and was attended, ring packed in cotton feed oil in tin boxes Misses This alphabetical wonder is about the month amount to $21,500,000 and the dis- by the following named persons. AT AT.I. TIMES A FUI.I. I.INU OF Boston Globa. with French label'. Lee McGrorty, Mattie and Lutie Bukc, largest humbug of his eize in the business, bursements $11,000,000. The fast passenger train on the Lake Mattie and Sallie Bright, Bessie Eogleman, THY IT YOUltSI-.l.l- , Lot he'll hardly be able to humbug ConTii' proof of tlie pudJInjU not in chewing the gress into letting him pray for it, at so Sbore railroad, when near Oak Harbor, Maggie Lyne, Radie Payne, Sallie McRob Ohio, early Saturday morning, ran into a erfs, Sue and Annie McDowell and Messrs. !rlnj, but In lmlngnn oiiortiir,!ty to try tho much a prayer. JlcIIol.rt. St 6tngf, tho Iinif-glisleigh load of nine persons, instantly kill- Geo. Erans, Wm. Fible, A. E. Hundley, is said that Gov. Pattison, of Penn- - ing two of the occupants and mortally Elgin Smoo', B. G, Boyle, Wm. Brigs, hivcn free trial bottloof Dr. IloenmKo'ii Cough mid L'ins Syrup for each and every one who I. afflict! sylyanio, will enter tho ministry on the wounding three other?. W.T. Guest, H.W. Evans, J. W. Guest, wllli f, ii(jh, CohW, Aitlimn, Coumimptlon or nny expiration of his term. With 80,000 maA California breeder of Angora goat Jr, O. T. Skillman. Mr. and Mrs. Lytle Lung jority ngninst his party in the last election his cleared $40,000 in the last taw years. Hudson, Mrs. R. G. Merrill, Dr. J. C. Bo Are You Tired of Being Sick ? ho very naturally comes to the ccnclusion This year his sales of mohair amount to gle, Mr. Tnorn Meyer and Miss Meyer were W'a want to Mjra word to tho men, --ram. n end girl i who work In tore, offiow an J f.v.torlcs that it is necessary that he should seek over 15,000 pounds. AVherever shtep can present as spectators, Thtre ..re htioJrtJa of thouaaaJi of you In tho other means of making a livelihood than be reared Angora goats will thrive. In Mr. Frank Sbiptnan is again in busi country. Very it ot you aro well. You nr iluit by politic. maay sections east of the mountains they ness in Junction City, having leased lor up too much ai lexer. lu too little. In this w,y your yougetilcY. Yourbloilla Louisville Commercial facetiously can bu mado us profitable as in California, five yeara the new building 'a little north poor, your head often ache., bal, don't dUciitlon The you foel HLo C'jpt, Marcum indignantly denies the west of the pissenger depot. Messrs. W. Bay: "Mr. Carlisle and Mr. Hendricks charge work. Your liver, itonuch an! kldneyj are out that he offered any insult to the W. Wiseman and S. G. Harlan have re oforder. both testified to the fact that their interIukt' Tonic hai cured hundred, of c..ej. It 1. pure, aure and plf.ainnt. Mr. Cleyelan4 was "most wife of the man who undertook to assissi turned from a trip to New Orleans. Mr. course with This will be astounding to natehim. The man'a manner of assault- J. W. Gueat, Jr., a recent graduate of Cenpleasant." cum: roil iii,i:n. ing him certainly does not lead to the opin- tre College, has begun the study of medithose who fully expected the conference to FIIci aro frequently piocodod hy a me of weight ion that he had a good cause. Insults of cine in the office of Dr. L. S. McMurtry. fight." end in a In ths back, lolni ond lower part of Ilia abduinen, .. .. I IL. mmi IiIB I iue caarh's are noi generally re- Dr. D. C Tucker, of Marion county, a for- ranting tl.o patient to riipposohehaaeomeiirtretlon days from to day the rascals sented io that Thirty fort Yeoman. mer citlzsu of Danville was in town Fri- ol tho Kldneyi or tielhborln; organ). At time, will March 4th from their fat ofllcep, which The House Committee on claims have day and Saturday. Mr. Robt. Harding ijniptomtof linllgwtloti uro prctvut, na (lntulenr), .j of tho atomarh, etc. Aiiiol.tuie, like the people have said must hereafur be decided to report favorably the bill provid- was in Versailles nearly all Jaet week ns n .cry Olrngrrc-bl- o Itching, filled hy honeat democrats. ing for refunding of tho tax imposed by the cne of the counsel for plaintiff in the cele I" rtplratlon, producing a very All the above goods have been bought very Low and after getting warm, Is comiiiou nttendant. '" case of Hemphill Willi!, IliM'dlngatid Itching l'ilea)Icldatoticoto Iho realizing that her lot is not Government on States and Territories as a brated England ls will be sold the smallest possible marign. We revs Miller, by chsnge of venue from Jesea application cf Dr. UoMiiko'. rilo Kennedy, which ncti .happy one. A people who go acorn me war tax under tho sets of Congress of 18(11, and June 7, 1802, and releas- - mine county. of dirtily upon tho p.iite nflittrd, absorbing tho 5, Mr. Henry M. Delins, whole earth sticking their ncees info every Tuumr, all.i) Ing thti Intense Itching and nffwllm; a spectfully ask an inspeotion and invite competition. Prices p recjire Jni('those.8fata.which yeowe tax. If it Wartbur?, Morgan county, Tennessee, i permanent cure. I'rleo W wnti. otherTeopIe'e KiMine'ese-erre- " tin Pr. U-iirlUe oscomts" h JawKentue-- y' will get bade assi'tinzMr. J. II.Belkinhis buainesa at thy.aal.0 Medicine C., 1 ..;ua, Ohio.- gold by Mcltob-rl- and goods guaranteed. BRIGHT & 0UBRAN, soma bloody llo'Wfl orfthe proboscis -Cotafg. $713095 Junction City. Times. court-martia-- de jum that its citizens stood ready to sign a petition asking a commutation of Real's paakhment, as the Gazette stated, and in the course of a well timed article says: "We are not of the clasi that opposes capiWo believe with the tal punishment. scripture that 'Whosoever sheddeth man's Used by man shall his blood be shed.' We believe thit 'the land cannot bs clemaed of the Hood that ii shed therein save by the Wood of Lim that shed it.' We believe ihat no man guilty of all three of the crises, which are chrged and proven upas Woa. Neal, ought to live. Nothing but Use life of this man cin satisfy the law or the demands of justice." ML Sentinel Democrat The Sterling Harry McE'roy, a pioneer and wealthy citizen of 65, died at Lebanon. The'lndiana House of Representatives playing pasi'd a bill prohibiting biso-bil- l en Sunday. Ltfiyette Melton was hanged at Corn ing, Ark , for the murder of Franklin Hale, four years ago. 11 a collission oa a South Wales rail-toa- d 40 persons were killed and a great many wounded. Five trampa perished of cold in empty houses about Paducah, Ky , during the recent Arctic weather. David Meriwether, the veteran hotel proprietor of Frankfort, died in that city Friday, aged 74 years. Orer GO.OOO residents of New York city live at hotels and there are 100,000 strangers in town every night. The Pennsylvania legislature refused to pass the bill to punish wife beating by billeting corporeal punishment. in Clark county At a Rhodes Elkins was accidentally shot and killed by Jim Bates. Bjth were negroes. An explosion of natural gaa at Pittsburg, Pa., destroyed three buildings and injured 17 persons, seven of them fatally. A bill has been introduced into the Minnesota Senate requiring persons who drink in saloons to secure permits to do so. Senator Hill, of Colorado, charges that Teller wai electel United States Senator by the free use of corporate money. --Win. Collins was shot and killed by Wm. Catron near Sardis, Mason county. Collins was too attentive to Citron's wife. L.menceburg is to have a new bank, with W. F. Bond president and J. M. Johnson c.hier. It will not bj a national inhog-killi- The Now Orleans Exposition is opened on Sundays and hone races are run the UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Managed by Jno, B. Fith, S. II. Martin has sold his farm oonlaic-in- t. 250 acres to a Mr. Ward, of Ohio, for $2,500. A Mr. llogan has atranged to put up a saddlery shop nt this place In about 2 same as on other days. A Pittsburg boy rolled down a steep hill 200 yards and then fell ovora precipice 100 feet. His wrist was slightly injured. A small fire occured In a Cincinnati drug store Siturday night. In cxtingu'sh- ing it water ruined $15,000 worth of stock.l The prisoners in the Lexington Jul mide an ineffectual attempt to eecipe Sjn- day. One of them, Jos M .y, was probably fitally shot. Mrs. Julia Pesrl, i teacher in a Louisville school, was burned to death Friday. Her remains were brought to Hwodsburg for interment. The United 8tates Court of Arkansas passed death sentence on five murderers Saturday. April 17 is the day set for the wholesale swinging. The annual report ot the Cammisiion-e- r of Patents shows: Receipts, 51,070,799; expenditures, S970.CS0, and balance in the United States Treasury on account of patent fund, S2.731,G9C. There were issued 20,297 patents and designs. There are $40,000,000 in standard dollars in the 8n Francisco mint, which the Secretary wishes to remove to the new Treasury vaults, at Washington. It will require an expenditure of a $100,000 and Congress is asked to make the appropriation. HUSONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. The New' Groceries and Hardware t House of stitution. Liberty Green, an esteemed citizen of the West End, died on Sunday morning of pneumonia, aged about 53 years. Miss Rita Elliott, of Springfield, Illi nois, spent a few days here on her way home from L.ncister. where she has been attending the Garrard Female College. Qdite a number of Stanford boys, headed by the veteran Joe F. Waters, and enlivened by the irrepressible G. C. Keller, Jr., complimented our Tillage by their presence on Friday night. Uriah Dunn, just arrived from South Carolina, reports the seaon cruelly old for that latitude. The attention of the con- greeional committee on propositions and grievances is respectfully called to the weather. weeks. Toe county j ill has only two occupants at this time, and they are serving out short sentences for misdemeanors. John A. Proctor, Jr., has been sent to the Louisville Medical College for the pur-po.of having his skull trepanned. There was a very pleas int social gathering at M. J. Caok'n Siturdsy evening. The party that went out from town came home on the 1 o'clock train. Oar Sheriff, Mr. H. II Baker, has settled in full with tha Auditor of Public Ac counts for all his dues for 18S1 Considering tbe dull times and the scarcity of won ey this is doing remarkable well. F. II. Reppert, of Mt. Vernon, and Miss Sallie Oldham, of Montgomery county, were married in Mt. S crling last Thursday and arrived at this place Friday. The newly married couple have the beat wishes of their numerous friends. .About fifteen or twenty of the best citizens of the Skagg's Creek country have been arrested, charged with kukluxing in tearing down the house of a woman, who is raid to be a common prostitute. There is a good deal of feeling over the matter and there are good men on both sides. Some time ago the names of the officers of the Masonic Lodge were handed to us and we had forgotten to make a note of it until now. They are as follows. G. W. McClure, W. M., Willis Griffin, 8. W , Jas. Mount, J. W., Jack Adam, Jr.. Treasurer, D. N. Willi cis, Secretary. We hepe the persona interested will excuse our negligence. R. 8. Myers, J. K. McClary, 8 L. Whitehead and James Hicks have gone to Fforida.The first twj on a visit and the latter to make tbelr home'.Mr Jimes R.Cook has gone to London to become a dis.ipte of Blackrtone under the tutilage cf Hon, R. Boyd. Mrs. M. C. Bragg and J. J. in Stinford today on a tusiness visit. Miss Maggie Smith will leturn to and will be rccompanied Paint Lick by Miss Mattie Newcomb. n Wil-liamsato-d- y TAYLOR BROS. Would kindly nsk your attention to tho fact that they havo jnst returned from tho cities with a large, fresh and woll selected stock of Endless in vnrtcty, dainty in quality, and satisfactory in prices, this wo guarantee. Onr aim shall bo nt all times to supply ovcry want in our lino. Consists of tho standard brands of Europoaud America. Our largo lino of cooking stoves includes tho justly colobratod "Groat Western Kcservo" and many other family favorites. OUR CHINA, GLASS, AXD QUEENSWAKE STOCK consists in part oi Table, Tea and Chamber Sets complete, Glatswaro richly cut and etched. Our Hardware and Poelect Cutlery In tho way ot Breadstufls wo name Buckwheat flour, tho queen of all tribes. Our cclobratcd "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for enko and pastry, whilo Rico and Hominy, our dwn patiotio products, aro arrayed as faithful adjuncts. All tho delicacies in foreign and domestic confections aro hero. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowware, Electric lamps, Stationery, Canned Meats nud Fruits, and a complete lino of Cigars nnd Tobaccos. Well this is oniy a hint of what wo have. Relieving that we can mako it to your interest, wo confidently ask an ex animation of our goods anp your patronage, Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. W. H. HICGINS J Iap ,r first-clas- one-thir- i..f' w car-carri- :.. c!il uhu, c. & WAifatar -. -- PHARMACISTS, vzfjiersrzHfSLr jpvmjK-- rT". o'' &) JEWELERS. wrWfi.b4''1Rflr"ftinL first-clas- it J. Nelson-- BRIGHT & CURRAN, DEALERS It Groceries, Hardware, Queensware -- FARMING -- IMPLEMENTS, Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton per Turning Plows. Clip- con-eum- - It 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. Riding Cultivators. Wo also havo a Largo Lino of Walking and rough-and-tumb- le 1.1-- Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at Solo Agents for way.-Frank- inira-lne- horse-poisonin- g Au-ga- st ,dlri - ii , I 4 nWMBMI Stnii-5atcklynteriorow- f i , 4-- Jesse C. Fox In ught of Robt. Land 16 Evangelists J. M. Evans and J II. old Bteers averaging Hopper are conducting a glorious revival hetd of 4 and in Louisville. Over 20 had confessed nt 1 050, nt 4 cents and 4 Ule elves of D. K. t I offer lornsle ujj Karra at IIudk'ds Fork jWo Died at Highland jcMord&j, Mr. Sllaa Karri on the Stanford l S10 each. It. II. Bronaugh Uuitonttllo turrplie, contalo- FOR February 3, 1885 Bttigh, ol dropy, aged flftj fi7o. He last reports. Ijxh1,-St&iford, Ky, Idr OS'4 A crt-- of Hoc tiuc-drs- s bougtit m follow: Of W. P. White, An enthusiastic Moody man aya that Aero beug ttrj rlcb tiottom bed, all irell fct- leaves a wife nml five children. rd; jjImiIjt ol water for totk anJ domestic ijr 60; 1 ol Tom Pennington at $19; 2 2at$32 when Moody went to labor at Ho? ton a All jettons arc warnr X apInt i uttinc !" Tub pump homo and engine nt Living? Krttn, paiiurins or acjdllne villi lib place tu seating 8,000 pernors and costing cf H. G. Foley at $10 each, iud one of J. I. A N. LOCAL TIME CiRD. an; inane units sulliorlz-- (y me, as t will pnx- J C F.xbiuiht of J. Q AdacuatSlO ton, on Iho Knoxville branch, were dfn'roj tcutemiiucn partita to tberuueitcni or ineixi. Mall train oln Norm.. inJr.ii, edbjr firo Thursday night. The origin of $.'10,000 wa built, usciionly 00 dajB and II. Hutchings the slop from til- - dixtillery ip. it. us. , I M f , m, Soath torn down, and yet it was no waste ef S05 It Itanltnr, Wyoming Territory. 1 12 a.m. . Expreotratn" 8outb..., Mustang Liniment is older than from Fb. ltt lo Miy 20;h at $70. per the fire h unknown. money. During the meeting one man wa z so A.M. " noru month. B, G. Gover has been in tbe most men, and used more cr.d PniVATEi.Y.-O- jr Is ealcutaleJ on standard Unit. 8olir residence converted who gave $100,000 to religious neighborhood for several dirs buvint; rou Bale The (bore more every year. Irnel about JO minutes faster on Main street in Stanfjrd, 300 yards l.ut objects. Mis Mary J. McAfee writes from the mules and cattle, bat te were not fortu of court-hoimA desirable home in excel THE INTERMOlT JOURNAL LOCAL NOTICES. Faith Cure Home at Louisville that some nate enough to learn prices paid. I lent neighborhood.. Geo. Myers and wife. No one should forget that next WedAnd the LouImIIis wonderful workis of the Lord arc being Bov jour pchool books from Penny & nesday night, Feb. 4'.h, our Dramatic Club "Dam; Days," the thrilllogly Interest- dono there. Souls are converted, chris! McAlitter. will reproduce tho popular little drama ing aerial which has been running in thii M. PE1TOX, receiving Christ in Watches nnd Jewelry repaired on short piper ilnca December, closes with this is tians healed, deaf earstheir sanctificntion, "Better than Gold" and the purpjse for One year for only 83 two pmm for Mils diseases oened and immore laaa tbe price or one. notice and warranted br Penny & McAlia-te- r. which the proceed are given Bhould cause sue. We will begin another equally as paired eyes restored. A.TTOItlV.T3V A'X" XiA.'W, will everyone to purchue a tlcke', whether By pyin$ u 11 yu will recetre for oco jcm good in a short time. be remembered as the young lady who was A COMI'I.KTK Mock bf jewelry, lateet l, your borne paper with tbe lbs he attends or not, namely, p'tic s ng ST.NFOI.D, KV ifprcneniatlve nuripaperof IlieSvuth, democtAl--I etjle. Kockford watches a rpecialty. Pen The new firm of Allen A Allison have so miraculously healed during the Faith chairs for Cl!ege 1111. Tncre will alsj Ic and for a tariff for rereous only, and tbo best, ny & McAIUter. weekfy tn tbo UulM contracted to put it lecond story over tbe vure regime uere, naving oeen inane aoi be a Minstrel Concert at an afterpiece, free All billions promptly nd carefully attended to. trliibtctt and ablest family to Office on l.mejiter street. txaulae a an:ph 41Clm .iutci. Tboso who desire office) of Welch fii Haifley snd Judge J. M. to "take up her bed and walk" after seven copy of tbe Courier-Journcan do so at this ofioc. charge, that is well worth tla pries of PERSONAL. years of confinement. It seems however of Phtlltpj and will commence work at once. We hop our neighboring admission. Mil D. B. Kdmwtom spent Sunday Judge Phillips ban sold the right t) build that of late she had lost her faith in a de towns will not forget the 4 h gree and in consequence was suffering terover him to J. B. Ixton for $250. with his children at Klrkeville. We are truly glad lo report that our ribly from a dieense in tho head. The Miss I.trnt DeI'ainv, of the Willow Judge Thomas W. Vaiino.n is an good brother In charge at the Home aided beligerent friends of Csdar Creek neighGrore neighborhood, is the gunt of Mrs. nounced in this issue as a candidate for her in getting her faith back to the slicking borhood, (the Baileys and Manuel), have Joe E. Portman. and are now the unexpired term of Judge Brown as point acd at the proper time the pain van- hurled the bloody M Miss (lEOiiutA Eldiiuxie, the pretty County Judge, which office he holds ished like tbe dews of the morning. This friend; and In this onnectlon, in jtntice now rocal music teacher, at the College, is quite by the appointment of the County Court. and much more she writes of the glorious to our home officer', I must make a correcill, we regret to sty. Tbe Judge's knowledge of law and long results being made manifest at tbe Home tion, that was in your paper in regtrd to M.m Mamie Wrriinow. a lovely little exierlcnce in public affairs peculiarly fit and wishes all who seek a blesslngand res- the arrest of tbe parties. YuU sid that brucette ircm Lexington, is the guest of Sheriff Mcnefes came u? and and ar ested him for the cilice, which he has filled eo toration to health to visit it. Mim Hibra Pennington. alt the putie-- , Ac. SoerifT Minefee was well fcr tbe last six months, and we trust Mu. Fiiank Wayman will leave this here a) the time the writ was sworn out, he will be given the remaining year of the LAND. STOCK AND CROP eekfor New Orleats where he expects bein present, and high ehenffof the cnun-tv- , term without opposition. to go into the newspaper business. Thomai Iloblnson sold to Hadron !! the writ wa placet in his haods. His Mu. Liberty Green, whose death Co., of Boyle, a good pair of mare mules at efficient deputy, O.ts New'and, or mashal Those pretty Utile Eut Enders Miwee Annie Holmes and Jennie Kennedy is announced in the Hustonville letter held $275. Saunder', roul ', ind would have made the in the Equitable Life InJ. A. Harri & Sons, sold to D. C. arrest, if they had ben comminde 1, and htve been visiting Mrr. Dr. J. G. Csrren-te- r. a policy of surance Compiny and was a meaiber in Terhune, of Harrodsburg, 10 yearling dll aiitt in the nrrrst, although no Casiiieh J. P. SAKturi:!:, of tbe Cit!-ti- good standing of the Knights of Honor, mules at SS5. assistance wat need-- d, as atl ptrtiei were National Bank of Lancuter, passed which insures his family $2,000 more. Jo. II. Wilkerson bought 26 head of perfectly willing to have a fair and impar through Siturday oi route to Louis- Col. Weatheiford tells us that the Knights cattle, averaging 1,1150 pounds at 4J cents titl trial, "which we believe they got." of Honor hare paid on deaths of members per pound. Mt. Sterling Sentinel. ville. Not the slightest inj mice was intended Mibj Lucy McAfee, who went to vis- in that Immediate vicinity $11,000, or some There are 050 creameries in Iowa; towards those excellent fficers El 1 it relatives in Virginia last summer, was S,000 more than the lodge has paid in 470 creameries in Illinois; 430 creameries Consumption Cured. in Wisconsin; 139 creameries tn Minnesotomied to Mr. II Clark, of county on dues and death assessments. An old physician, retired frtn practice, baring Ike L'Oih. had placel In hit haoJi by an East India minion The stockholders of the Creamery Com- ta. Ben or ry the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for Iloblnson bought of Elder MontCol H. A. tfONMim, editor cf the pany organ's k1 on Saturday night and permanent cure f Consumption, K jnbethtown .Vow, came up with Mr. J. of oxen, weight 2 270 lbs, the speedy anl a adopted a charter. The directors elected gomery 'sir Bronchitis, Calsrrb, Aitbuia snd all Throat and 8. Grimes acd spent Sunday with him at it I cents acd a pair from another party at Lang A Sections, alt i a posltire and rsd'eal cure are Col. W.O. Welch, Forestus Ileid, S. P. xsrr bv- same price. hi father's. fjrNerrous debility and all Nervous Complaints, tiUgg, John J. Melt berts and J. E. Bruce, 8. II. Hill sold at auction for Jenkins aftr hating tested Hi wonderful curatire powers Misse DoitA Clac.ncii and Florence who have elected J. E Bruce, President, thousands of b'hepperd, of Somerset, have been the guests h Wilton, 23 head of mules that would tn known to his cats, has frit It bis duty to make tuQertrg fellowi. Actuated by and John J. McKoberts, Secretary. Messrs. It average about 15 hands at $114 75 Jen- this mottre and a drttre to relieve humsn lulltr-iDof Mrs. S. M. Spoontm'ore, of the Bright THE CHEAP OROCEH: J.W.Alcorn, M. C. Stufley and P. M. neighborhood. kins & Wilson received of various parties I will tend free of cbarce, to all who desire Mlncc Meat, Krout, Oatmeal, Back wheat Fltur, McKobjrt were appointed a Cjmmtttee on or English, Mtcsronl, Cheese, Crackers, Tea Cak, Prunes, The new President of tbe Huitonvllle By Liw. Letters were read from J. M. at Franklin 20 bead of mules, 15 hands It, this recipe, In German, French using. Cmranlr, Cltroa, delatine, Corn Starch, National Bink. Col. J. W. Weatherford. high, and from 4 to 7 years old, at $115 a with full direction fur prei arlng act naming Sent th'i with stamp, by mtil by addre-nlnBrent A Co., denying that they had conCocoanut, P:ct.lts in Barrel and Bottles, Cowling Green Gazette. was here yesterday wearing his honors with bead. Block, Rochespaper, W. A. Noyl, 119 Powers Flavoring Extracts, Bract, Hcmlny, Ac. tracted with Lebanon not to build a creambeen ter. N Y. becoming modesty. Tbe creamery at Taylorsvllle baa ery here and asking that the organization siTPi'lccB Low of Com'fec."5u leased to John T. Davis for a year. Mrs. Phil Matti.no ly and Bill Brady have proceed. SCtT ADVtBTISEJIKriT'. bought Mr F. G Brady's recipe for tnak Norman, who furnishes cream for It, re There are already four new suits for ports the sale, during December, from three ing ink and have gone to Louisville to divorce filed for the next Circuit Cjurt and cows, cream to tbe amount of $20 24, befor its rale. rUblih agencies JUDG TIIOS. W. VARNON Mu. It Bcknet, of Monticello, has Clerk J, P, Ihlley thinks tho prospect is sides supplying her large family with all Isacardldateto fill out the unexpired term of rented Mr. D. W. Yandervecr'a eaburbin that the term will be taken up in the trial the butter needed for home use. Judge E. V. Brown, det'd, as County Judge of ubj'ctte of sucbVu!s, m there are more to be property and moved his family to it. Mr. Common lugs rold In Louisville list Lincoln, August, the ic len of the Ueniocracy. K'ectlon mi. if a retired merchant, who has brought an'J a number of old cases on hand. week at $5.25 lo $-- 50; medium $5.75 to Burntt come to the Blue Grass region to enjoy tbe Of the four referred to, two husbands and $0 50; common to best leaf $0.25 lo $1 1; two wives sue. W. M Hubbard clurge fancy leaf $12 to $10. Burley ranges from fruits of his toil. Col J. P EiOLE, who married Mlsi bis wife E Ins, with open adultery; W. M $2 to $4 per cwt. higher than other grades A'l persona harln claims "glnit the es'ate ol Mary K. Oldham, of this county, was Sewell says his wife has abandoned him; At the Pickett warehouse 2 hogsheads Walter W Owsley, Jr. are nitln t to electel to the Ligislaturj of Arkaniai, and Mre. Henry Walls can not live with her Lincoln county leaf sold at $5 30 to $3.10. theut. p operly proiren, for settlement; and tbote knowing tbfmsfltrei Indebted to same estate are oj tbe autmbling of thi. boJy, recently, husband because he gets drunk and treats The Richmond Ittghter reports the earnestly ruiuest to settle within the text thirty her ro hadly and Mrs. John Mlnix claim sale of Judge Breck's property as follows: was elected Speaker of the H .use. -- K 1 "... fit. that her husband has abandoned her. "Corn at $2 30 in the crib; 10 work mules, KegWter. P $135 (2172; 100 hogs, $4 05 per hundred Col. Wm Dsjke, of Danville, who is WelchASaullty, J. B. McFerran. T. tn applicant for the office of Sjrvevor of Hill, Jr., snd W. E. Varnon respectively horses, $75$135." The same paper also mules by Cistonn at Louisville, was here yesterday represent tbe plaintifii. reports the sale of 23 and received many additions to the Ion John Park to C.J. Walker for $3,300 and MARRIAGES. list of pern jns who wiib him to see hi in ap 2 aged mules at $215. Ilsv. J. M. Brucs received a telegram Yesterday was a beautiful day and a I itvAW rotated. Ji'ik.k Thomas W. Vahxon, of Stan- from Itav. U. T. Daniels at Itichmond San- - large crowd took advantage of it and came S ford, Is in the --city. He Is a candidate for day night, telling him to come to that city to court. Not a great deal of business was yesterday without fail, and as Bro. Daniels done, however. Capt. II, T. Rush reports i Cjunty Judge, without opposition which ii a it should be. Judge had been contemplating matrimony, it is 150 cattle on the market, of common quali Are you foiling, try Wcixs' IlriLTn lit MEWZB, B pun?, tiruu, ttuuinumu Varnon is one of the gintleH and bast men supposed that he deiired Bro. Bruce to per ty and sold readily at 3J to 4j cents. One form the ceremony. It cm also be stated bunch of 13 butcher cattle sold at KMl-Agein the State, anJ Lincoln county is fortuLouis that another Btplist preacher is thinking nate In having him for its Judge. mules sold at JS0 to $125, with not For Bruin, Nerref.Mroiiieli.IJTer.KMnejt, Lung's. An I'neqoalfd lnTlgonuit. Cunt of taking a step in the same direction at an many buyers. Plug hones dull at $o0 to ville Times. I Col. A. G TALimr wa here yester- early day, if Madam Humor is authority $S0. Headache. Fever. Ajrue, Chills. sufficient to quote from. day Informing the peop'c that he is a canThe Birdstown Creamery is expected DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. didate for the 8tate Senate in this district. to begin operation in two months. It will RELIGIOUS. AND buy nil the cream it can get from the farm Hie experience in legislative afialrs and his W. Cjx will preach at Walnut ers, but in order to provide against any Dr. J. excellent record in tbe Isst House make JETiu-iiitiir- e ! nt ff.pcr rat, 0 for.CO n. Drumrfsta. Flat next Sunday at 11 A. it. emergency the mansgers have recured a his presence in the higher branch peculiarv. a. a. B. Wills, jersey wiy, j Ilev. A. S Moflett will preach at Crab hundred good cowa of their own, so that a ly desirable now, when statesmen are so A Full and coiuplcto iwsorliiTeii7of Furniture, euibrncJnj; er Orchard next Sunday and regularly there- filling ofl in tho supply of cream from the much needed, Suites. Ne crjtliliiB from tlio ChenpeHt to tbe Finest after on each second Sunday. farmerf, as was experienced recently tn your purchases, no matter need to ro to the large cities to make Eld. Cllne writes that owing to his Scott county, may not lead to periodical LOCAL MATTERS. what quantity or qnallty you want, as I can and will duplicate rrrnt fall he Is unable to Gil his appoint- suspensions of work. any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Alse Fiiksu orange, hinwv ant ap.ile at ment here tbi-- t week but will come in Mr. J. J. Hloomer, of Grand View, n full assortment of Collins, Cases, Shrouds and Robes, embrac S, S. Myer.'. April. Texas, in renewing his subscription, writes rooiuc ill ing all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive, It is estimated that ut least 00,000 gal- that the ISTEHion Journal cornea as a bushels of Irish pota Wanti:i.-5- 00 opposite St. Anaph Hotel, Stanford, Hy. Buchu-Paib- a lons of wins Is yearly consumed In the welcome messenger from his old Kentucky toe Bright A Currnn. the rtcninrlmlilo Cures or Catarrh of Kid-churches In the United States tir sacra- home, which he would not do without. He Uladilcr, Inrtanimatlon, Irritation of 1 t lllailder. Etone or Gravel A iirof extra ir tuauta nevs an-mental purposes. adds: "We are having one of tbe severest of tbe Prostate Oland, I)rojlcal iogforsile. W.P.Walton. Rav. E O. Ouerrant writes from MoSwcllinirs Femnln Diseases, IncontinTexas has ever seen. There winters that ence of Urine, all I)Iseiaot tho Ocnito bile, AU., on the 21 h: "Hnving n fino has not bten three warm days in seven L'ritmry Ort'nns tn cither sex. Tor Vn11. J. Dahot offers for tale 12 building iatIi1.v nr lTiinntliml Dltrhnrcs uso meeting in thU city by the Gu'f. Thirty weeks. Thousands of head of stock have CO x 132 feet, between S.anford and olio ' Chapin's injection Kleur," each $1. j lots, Mt. Sterling died and tuousands more will follow soon. seven aldittoni to dite I ur Mrilll.lS, funer oonirncu-- vr Rowland, well located and accessible. Urciiltary ralnt.uso tnnptn s i.onsuiu-t- l Sentinel-DemocraNothing done towards farming yet." Hitter Hvnip. 81 00 per bottle, and :i Thosg who know eay that a young merIt is telegraphed that Alice Bjnjamin, njtM pvuhlli'le Satrc, Si W. 0 bottles bjth of of Morris, chant and a pretty little daml, c.imty, N. Y,, for twelve COUNTt. ip. J of nils, 1 Kalve. by Txpress on CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN roe lit of iio . or nt imucgiMS. years a cripple with splnnl disease, has been this pi io?, are to mtrry on the 11th. S. Wells, Jewey City, N. J.. U. S. A. E. -- Everybody have filled his Ico hotte cured by prayer, and has completely recovEvEiiYinm call and settle February 2 i, with that summer luxury and are happy; ered the ue of her limbs. county court dny. Wo owe money and leinoue.de Riv. Chs. F. Reel, lately from Caina, ho are many others, as an positively enn not wait any longer. Ed will bo cheap in its season. where ho went as a missionary, preached an (dashed) mteton & Owelev. The following citizjnaaro on the sick intereillng dlecourse at tho MethodiBt church Sunday morning nnd tuldreat'cd tho list and several In a critical condition. 1'ncumosia Ij very prevalent in this FOR but not to tbo extent that it ia at Women's Missionary Society in the of.er-noo- Jacob Guest, Jacob Higgles, J. F. Carson, W. M. Ouneti. A. W. Dillion, Whit IN VALVAULE TO ALU Point Uurnside. Ve are told that Dr. L. Will bo mailed I Among English-speakin- g people tho Montgomery and A. F. Smith. U. Cook alone has 32 pttients down with it tonllanrllcams closed UlR 4a munmAM oflai year witEc ....1 Vf a,u"t.W4.i Col. W. G. Welch, as receiver, Epi'Copilians are the moet Humerou?. Vi there and tn tho vicinity. Plows, Limo tea, jir 1... i Dayton Steel Plows, Champion Steel Plows, Champion Sulky M. Howard, last week. orderinBlL It contains lustration;, The Methodists como next and the Raman tho store of W. Oi.i Probj can take a reiess. The weathCatholic) follow. The Eplcopiliana out- We underatand the Bale to Mr. Green will Stono Plows, Lone Star Plows, Bissell Chilled Plows, Gale Chilled; er (luietion is settled. Tho ground hog number tha la'tcr by 5.000.000 -- N. Y. bo na naught and that ns soon aa an order DM. FERRY Plows, Maysvillo Hill Sido Plows, Malta Double Shovel was out on time yesterday, but seeing hla of court can be ohtatued tho goods will bn World. ugly shadow, went bicfc Into his hole and Plows, Mmklo Doublo Shovel Plows, Halls Double A great religious wave ia aweeping dipo(ed of to tho highest bidder. drew it in after him. Six weeks moro of over the villages of Bjrki county, The enterprising merchant of Paint Shovel Plows, Minkle Pony Flows, Hall's P., and miferahle winter. It la awful to outers-plate- . many hundreds hvobeen converted. A Lick and also proprietor of Dripping HAGAK'S Pony Plows, Malta Cultivators, sect known as the Moanonlto Brethren in Springs, Col. Daniel Slaughter, took the County Co out wrs barren of items Christ have orgauizid in many small towns. train here last Saturday for thoEiat acd '. No end to Plows ! All Kinds of Plows ! Plows of till sixes Plows will in a few dava have such a stock of yesterday. There wete but rix enlrys on They baptize by Immersion. A most remarkable. revival of religion gooda at tboje places that will surprise the at all Prices! Plows from $2.50 to 50, tbe minute", two related to road surveyor is a secret aid to beauty. granted to J. la in progress at GalUpolts, O To date native. Ojr old friend and fellow citizen, licence! to keep tavern were .FOP. SALE hV Many a lady owes her freshH, Stephens at Crab Orchard and Vanire nearly 1,000 conversion :re reported. J. L. Slavin, baa returned to the fold snd Ag-- dale & Kinnell at Stanford, Soc Oireca Many sahona are clore'd tni c!I tholla- - will tn a short lime open a grocery store ness to it, who would rather Owt , not tell; and'you can't tell. mates of two dierepitable hoinej have In tho Bacbanan buildiog on Stanford Wagons,' Farm Waso was appointed guardian of Piereonand Also uValcr iu Buggies, CnrrlogM, Surrcj?, Spring BuiiiKse ia gelyjwhen )ou may look out for hla adver ens Miller and Mn Catherine Magec of jjlned tbe church Farming Machinery UarTOStlng MneliK.os, PJantcrs, Harrows and all Muds of , eujpecded. j tUement in the Intemoh joujinai. (be Magee children, Foil I.UST.Doilrable Stanford. W.P.Walton. H'ore room in enr For Sale! . d I5 cln . Man and Beast. vi. ' n mr X Grand Combination Weekly Courier Journal Courler-Jourca- I " iiv JC-5- nt Ie PARTIAL LIST Fancy T. R. WALTON, g, Pre-jiar- g 5 Notice ! 413-3- ld mxsm kHI:' KUEfflffi DTSPEPSIA, I. Ilil .. Ut d B. Ik wlfr XdMLWjEMMmif UNDERTAKER, 0arf,ten8x0ua.fn8e: - Iealex' in Parlor MIM - Pngp nitre 'or 1 Uls-ea'- ci -' PLOWS! PLOWS! t. ice-col- MnyFRRY'S ' fe StCO.D. Magnolia Balm GEO. B. WEAKEN, 1 IWUIMiMMUl U"- -g DAEKPAYS"I woul t - no: talk about tlio caso," "Nothing for tinny yonn hatnidsharp'y. has so much annoyed mo." "Wiyf Vour client only mot with hit r itl-e- r ! i read together. "The confession of William Evans, now W. P. WALTON, - - Proprlotor Gir- - I3L- - "W-Etter-- ai lying in Tcwnham jail under sentence of I.lttl Hock, Montgomery, Atlanta, harannab, Seen-cr- y ucnth: awracsuNTSJaeksonsllle, Mobile, and New Orlsscs. Stce,:20x50. Eight eojaolet sets of "On tho fifth or January, this year, I re- 8lie of SeMln capacity, Including gsllery, COO. AJdrwi turned from Now Zealand. I worked my Reasonable rates to sood attractions ,.,---- ' r.i. r ?. v , BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA passage home. When I reached I)iidon I In Palace Cars Without Change LouliTllK Ky., Cincinnati, O., and Inllanapollf. had but n few shillings In my jKicke'. I had y fiercely. A Sons', Packer Itroe.'. lnd., dealers In 8leln-a! 110 articles of vnlu) which 1 Could sell. All A ' A ('. Klicher, Vow A Sons', IltM-- ln ' Hal net', J. At first I thought of nlTectlu surprlso and I owned, f iSHORT LINE TO THE EAST . bit my clothes uud j Co 'a Cottaje, Upright and rMre I'lano Kortoe; asking her what she meant, but 1 felt that of money,except a pistol which thollltlo on r'roan Loulsrlll la I'alactCars wlthoutchan;, wns a man Organs. rm fishermen and also the Kitey, (Jbonlnger and Hamilton hunters, nny attempt nt equivoque wouM bo but vain. board tho ship had given me. It was n pitol This notice fore-aand terms to suit purInitrumentsaiild at our lands without per- chasers. Don't giro prices imlers till you gel oar PMIPDAMTO Seeklne tiomesontha " Slio d:d not," I niisweivd shortly. your of his own invention. He hnd neveral with trauife not to tnpasaon W protccuted CnfllUnAn I O line of this road will Dintllle, Ky prttes and terms. "Fool that I wasl" she crieU. "Fool, to him. and Mi 1 ho wanted to get tho sort mission, as all sjch arts are llabtoto receive apeclal low rates, totliefullextcntortheU- nil,. IS1I. Mlme'l ,, M.-r- h ilie led away by nn Impu Why di 1 I tell known. Why ho gnve it to ma Uod knows; dee Ag.nts of this C 'iripsny for rates, routes i.J. ''."'.- ..v- - ...- -, - - v.j.,.,-- v 91"1 Ac .or will, c, P. ATMURsf, G. P. & T A. her! I swear to you, Dr. North, thnt had I but ho did, mil a couple ot cartridges. " 1 spent my money nil but n shilling .or I). McKlttrtck W. Crjmer, A. " it. t. num. Louisville, Kr. not felt sure it was her net, blie should novcr two. I College. C 11 hon. tried to got work, but none wns to K. Reld. havo known. Site should havo gono to hor bo had. Then I remomberod tha'. I ono hnd II. Cobb, Levi Hubble, ST.lNFOltD, KY. grave .1 shamed woman, m I shall go!" F. D. Rholw, a friond who lived Holing. I went Illnlni Kelly, W. C. MeCurwack, Her look was venom itself. ' thcro by train. I had just enough monoy R. U. A J. F. Oarer, n Lylle, M. " ltemember," I said sternly, " Lady Fer-rat- to pay mv faro. 1 found that tlu nun I ti. U Carter Wesikeitort, With a Full Corps of Teachora, GHESAPEAKiiND OHIO J. AV. Rurton, J. Hill, I T. Vany, U now my ife. I w ill not hoar her knew hnd left tho place two years ago Vita. C. walktnl back to tho town penniless and 1111110 coupled with yours." J. S. Murnby, J. A. Harris This Institution -- HI open Its Fifteenth Session J. M. Hill. Sim lnusbed scornfullv. P. W. Carter, "Your wife! on the til Monday In bepteuitxrnttt. East J. II. MoAHster, "The first thing I did was to go to the Ed. Carter, S10 soon forgot her first love. Whv d!l I S " J V. "V " J, I). Junes, pawnbroker's nud try and sell tho pistol. T.J. Kiwtfr. ros I wish my hand had withered bo 7 " sxak! .J.Q .Montifotuery AI.LTltK BHAMCUES OK A White, foro 1 w rote that letter. Do you know wliy The man wouldn't buy it nt nnv nrto.. Ho T. M. MirciHi, (). A. ltenedlct, Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. said his shop wns full of pistols. I went away II, E. V. 1- Ansa 'T. "Rut why did he plead guilty?1 I asked I wrote it'' and wulk-H- t to the railway station to try njid SI. P. ltuwll. THOROUGHENGLISHCOURSE 11 J. tnrit. Newtant, A "No; nor do I care." uBeoavie he teas a fool,'" rapped out Mr 7 1 s only Una running earn n few i.mco somehow. I was in despair 8. W.Utfsns. A : NewliaJ. "I wrote it for rvngeano. Slio had, I Crisp. all but sturvlug. lyM Aro ta'jsht, m veil as Jas. II 1'iawttt. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING GABS "About seven o'clock tho train fiom lxr.-do- n "Because ho was a fool," rapped out Mr. thought, served thnt man ns I ought to have camo in. A tall gentleman camo out c f MTJ3IO, THE IiANQUAOEO, DUAW-IN- Q Crisp. " It was Uko committing suicide. I served him; but I hated her for It, for )" 1 asked of tho still. So I so tho AND PAINTING. dou't care a button for the man himself; but loved him her to know thought it would lx her had door luggngo station. carry for him if Ho Can be Made nny I could him. sweot for killed thnt sho I confess I was nnnoyod nt seeing my caso husband, an J for you, her loverhad kuewyou told mo to bo olf. Ttiou I uskjd hiio, futI all knockod to pieces by his obstinacy. I were her lover to know that I could at any ility's sake, to glvo mo a shilling to buyson.o nrsnr miuor woman, girl fTby who will rxosithsWEBKLY WOIH.O. thegreatfarm went to him; if you were in court you no moment glvo her up to justice! I was n fool. food. He cursed me, nnd I bogau to Imto and liotuencwipsper .complete In sllilrtmrBls. doubt saw me. I bogged him to withdraw Why did that man plead guilty! When I him. Tuition, prices rang from 123 to I JO In th LoiilHYiUcsCliii'liiiuUl autl J.tx In "Mo stood under tho gas lamp, mi 1 drew lUKdiu, lij'., IN CASH. regular Departments, frluiry, ti3; Intermedial I bis plea. I told him I could savo him. Vet saw your wifo rise in court I laughed. know what was coming. Now, instead of out n great gold watch and looked nt tho PiiJ. ISO; I'rcparatoiy, ltd, and Collegiate, 150. U10 fool insisted." Mi utscrlbrs, ill. lJrS3 Bubacilis, fr time. Then tie asked n nun near which road for 1J lubKrtbers, J, for 10 subscribers, ti, for J harming her, I havo done hor good." "Did ponit9tic3 or lomorsa urge html" "You have," I said curtly, and turned ho must tnko to got to a village iinmod Cher-wel- l. subscribers. It. For full rarttculart. U. rar2. Ac. addrets MI don't know. Ho could have had moro upon my heel. Tho malignity of this wonnn The man told him. nw him walk Agents wanted In Ty town and tillage HRH, H. ). THt'r.HKABT. I'rliscliml, Connecting In earn dipt with ut trains lot time for penitence and remorss if he had was so Intense that I folt thankful she couli nd fjr tnu, I simple topUs fret way, nnd 1 kn.'w whuro ho -- as going. Atanford. Lincoln Co., Ky. lot mo save him from the gallons. No; ho in no way work Philippa haini. "I shall bo hanged next welc; there is no THE WOULD l the banner Dewjcratlc real the Foton. Eery Demotrat shout. X' hopo for mo. Hut I tell tho truth when I says, 'It's no good not a bit of good. You A quarter of a mllo up the road I turned. SI, Suwlay, ft t say that, bad fellow as I am, I had never tt. Dslly. per year. Us ni, n black spot on n fair wane, don't know all I know. Thero's some 0119 in .Mrs. which at Weekly,!! as The Direct Ronte toLynchbortfi Dan court who knows til about it saw it nil was standing gazing nfter mi. I hurriod on committal such 11 crimemy the one That t til T ontered hod. TDR.-5done. Sho'scomo t" hang me.' I havo no until a lnd 111 the path hid her from my that moment ville, Norfolk. sight. I hurried on back to Philippa nml man had money, 1 jwvlry and good clothing; iMSalo We wilt club the ida what ho meant. ' 1 had nothing. was starving. So I ran the Weekly WntU one year for Happiness. wtth I started. I know what tli9 man meant. on, got before him, went miles up tho road, .loinsil. , and WarlJ, I T All Virginia and North Carolina with t!ie He, in common with overy one else in that nud sat down in the bitter cold 011 a heap of it with the Daly World for IT. E. H. BURNSIDE, CHAPTER XVII. Points. W l. WALTON. Stanford. Ky stones, waiting for him to come, and making court, had turned and looked nt Phliippa ru For tickets nd lurtber Information, apply CLSAK SKIES. up my mind to kill and rob him. I knew I or shero from her seat and nddre?d the - Known your neareet ticket oOre, W. 1:. AHKOI.D, Although England was now to me and to must kill him, becniuu ho was so much A.TWoll W. J. This Old judge, It was tlu sight of Philippa that my wife a land very different from tho one stronger and bigger than 1 was. My pistol AJrerttslDg Alt., itg Ticket and I'k. had taken away t'io wretch's last hopo of wo qultte I some eight Hotol Still Malntaina .'jai'nurlti Asr., Loul.ftlle.lv months ago, wo were wns loaded. esrapo. C. W.Nniril, 1 saw him in tho moonlight, High "Ho came. II. W. SIII.LKM, auxious to get back to" Seville, - Oen'l Ia"r Agl. 0n'l Manager, "I wash my hands of tho fellow, of at rest my mother's fears. She, if only to s;t I stood up ns ho camo tieur and, Qod forgive AND e OrrostTK poor woman, me, pulled KUKmnrut. VlrrlnU the trigger, nud shot him through irs," continued Mr. Crisp; "but I did nsa letter sho wod, was much exercised ns i Determined that tho heart. He fell llko a stone, nnd I knew DANVILLE. -- -KENTUCKY, Its Proprietor take tho trouble to inquire if any witnesses to what manner of business could have 1 wns a iiiiirdervr. it Shall be Second toinno Country for the prosecution had boenallowed to enter made us leave linr in so unceremonious a "Oh, if I could I would have undone tlm Meals are MrreJ at all lieu s. f.aaie always on Hotel in the State its Fare, the court. I am auured they were all kept way. Tho moment tho glad truth had KENTUCKY CENTRAL II doedl I stood for a long timo before I dared band anl In Us smsoo, oysters fresh bsli, ana simAnnointmenti, or Alien hi waiting outside " to me, I lial telegraphe J, saygo to tlio body nnd steal the things for ilar delicailes serteJ In all styles nl n short to known Kestau-rintion to Comfort of 1 snt for some moments in deep thought. ing that all was well with us, and that wo which I hnd committal the crime. Then I notice. Look out Or the sign ' Woodbine "iUiioUntKH Itoutc." " their Oneiti. and call when you are hungry. Tho solicitor looked at mo as if ho fancied I should join her. Two things only detained nerved myself nnd went to tnko tho j rice Shortest and Quickest Boate from Oeo had already taken up as much of his valu-aU- o us. for which, unless Ood is merciful, I had sold Dinttlle, Ky. ntatcas. Hlllbeconrsyedto ssd front- - d tral Kcntuoky to all Points Nortb, my soul. timo as ho could spare. The first wa3 that wo wanted tho con"I nover took n farthing. Just ns I was free of charge. Special seromoo-latlos- i will Eut, West and 8onthwest. "Is thcro any way of gaining aecss to tho vict's confeJion. Although Philippa said to ComnerclalTrarelers. The liar begin I heard tho sound of foot I Fast Lin ttetwten roiidemnoi mam" I said. "Could you, for littls on tlu subject, 1 know that until it ar- about toup, alifSTS ustlled with th eholreit Courier-Journa- l lookod saw n wouiin or a spirit and instance, get nn order to see liimT" kraadsof Llqaors sad Clears. V TI A rived she would not b) quito happy. There coming to me. I dropped the pistol in terror. "No doubt I could; but I have no object in was with her a haunting dread that the I felt ure slio saw me. I lookt at her SrheduU In KtCtfl Oct. J. IUI. MUKRAT'H NPECiriC, sooing lilni." FOIl 1SS3. under tho moon. Her face was white, her man, in the hop) of mitigating his sentence, object,' I said. 'I had pleaded guilty to crlmo of which he lips woro moving, hir hair was oil flying 'I will give yo j an man, The flreat Engllsli Kemcdj, want you to see that and if possible was innocent. Even the accurate account about. Sho ramo straight to where tin An urgan of Livo Iisues, Living 3 sot n written, or at least dictated, confession which I gavu her of the interview with the doad man lay, then stopped and wrung her Is a poltlciue for Weak MemoK Ideat and Moral Forcci, from him not of tho bald fact that ho is solicitor did not quite satisfy hor. So w 0 hands. I fled nway In I'deadly fear. I ran ry, Umj of Brain rower. Srrtous across several fhlds. dared not stop. I impatiently for tho full explanation, C? Kihausllon. rWtalnal Wsakneaa. And an Enemy of cuilty, but of all particulars conuected with waited might or thought that spirit or ghost was followlngme a which might not come. Ininottncr. and Oeoeral Ixas of ibo murder." K Organs; "I ran on until tho snow begin. I must Monopolff',01ljnrcIilsm ami llin Spirit Tho second thing which kept us In London I'owerot the Oeaeratlr i Mr. Crisp looked surprised, and oxpressed ml atl diseases that follow as a was thla. I determined that bo foro I ljft have died In that snow storm if I had not 11 or SulHldT, as Embodied In his opinion that It was all but impossible to I would havo tho fact that when I marriod found a half roofed cowshed. I crept into Bfr Taking. quenM ol youthful luipru lenceoi r: m- -, it- -o OSI-U obtain what I wanto I. the eiresol matured years, such Trj4.ll.ik, P'llllppa I married Lady Ferrand fully ac this, and lav nil tho night and part of tho as I. niscrsal Ijs.ltu.le, rain m 10. 1 had taken rather a fancy to the bri next day. I was tho mest wrotched being in knowied;el. I found my way to tho g d back, Dimness of Vision. an' wh.i were winding up tho iloal the world. spoken, sharp Ilttlo nun. He soemM to mo " s'S'a'sS's "i Ag.andmny otterdls-eaae- s "Hunger nt Inst drove mo out. I got FBEHHE II SB cEB 3BBB trustworthy; s) that, after const leration. I man's affairs, and stated my caso to their that lead !o latanttr or Is the acfcnuwlWH The Courier Journtl tho snow and In all ctsraof determined to confido to liiiu my reason incredulous cars. At llrst thev treated mo through where tho somehow, saved reached a Newspaper of the roulh, is DeinKratlc people mo from bouso, acta Ilk a an impostor. Weakness the Ml for making this request. Under the awnr-anc- e as But not for Iong.Incod, my task was In I'olltics, and first, last and all the time Is for a ehsnn, restoringbeclnc f4lg tig. loas or ll half starvation. But nothlug could make me go ruluetlon of the war taxes, as IctIoI on the people of professional sjcrocy, I told hi u done. They had already, without any y whoro I had dono tho murder. by the tarliTnow In force. or, gtring to tn to tho spot " briefly so much as I thought tit of Phllinra's and .Darkllne lieautT. to the Cheek! B8 8B BBiBgBB from Mrs. Wilson, ferreted out the My life since thou has been one of agony. After Tiklng, nixl my own connection with tho evonts of date and particulars of tho death of the first Even now that I am going to be hanged I THE WEEKLY COURIER JOl'KXAL the rosy blooom of health. : ' I WO.MW Murray'e Specific Is w!J by all Druggists at ttmt night. He listens.! with an interest Lady Ferrand. They had but to assure nru happier than I have felt for months. o" o Ml a vi sis package for May Gol forglvo my crimel It per package, or on receipt of prlc. 15. Also by which augured woll for tho reception which themselves that tho marriage certificate Is without a superler in the world as 1 great lata. mall, postage fro, "I pleaded guilty nt tho trial because I II- - and political newspaper, and Juilog the rear II awaits tho sombre tale I now give to the which I lal 1 bef oro them was no forgery, 3BBEB p turned round In the dock and saw the 16J5 it will atrtre more jealously and hopefully mailedKull partlculara In pamphlet, which will U erery appllraut. Address all comworld. His curiosity sjomed excited, ond and surrender ut discretion. free woman who I thought was a spirit standing than erer for Its political faith, not nejlcctliu, municationsto the sole tntoufaeturrs, uKUaiiH to Jt mo. poor estate, the died intestate. up and roady to denounce mo to tho judgo. howerer, the tnllnlt e variety of thole miscellanyy bj promfsed to see the convict, and if possi- told was a Sir Mervyn had administrators &' fC.WBO.lO c. laail-ljivitn.i v JtEDiyisEio., be 10 ble lonrn, all I wanted to know. I left my Ho had during his lifetime made away I know that she saw mo that night, and I that causes It toreturn great a farorlte In the Kansas City, Mo. u a k si o s'a with clrilr. Tbo 18)3 a to power of the Dcmorrstlr Hold In Stanford by Penny A McAIIster and all aJdress nud.lmdo him gojJ day. nearly all ho could nllenate. Still, there was bound to be founl guilty. year marked In the hlsto-rwill uako 'SBEEBB BB'BBEBBBB I (II I not caro to linger nt Tewnbrim; so I "I havo confessed all. Every word of this i.sitT the United Htatra, and no fsmlly should be Druggists cTerrwhere.A Co., Wholesale A een ts. was soma personal proporty, of which my of ASTIll's I'KTgs is truth. As I hope for mercy, it Is nil true! without the I who desfr to keep walkod down to the railway station, intend-fci- g wife couM c!aim n share, an I a certain Loulstllle Ky. "William Evans." tboroc?bly tested on pmlng erents. The Weekto roturu to town by the next train. As amount of real property, on which sho was has the l "P. B. I took the nbova confession down ly tntitled to dower. But 1: was a very poor 1 waited on the platform n down train from tho prisoner's dictation. It sliou'd bo arno in. A sudden impulse seizd me. The ctute. 1 cut t!i?m very short. I & MISSISSIPPI A. W. that, all yon wnut. Tho man socins thoroughly Largest Democratic Circulation of day was still young, t had time to spare. let tne deceased's wealth bo told them little, penitent, but I do not troublo you with his great or any Paper in America. I rrcsscd the brldgo, entered the train, and it should soil lny wife's expressions of remorso and regret. not one The Direct Route to II you are unoualnted with tt nsk sny sutcri-he- r iii n quarter of an hour was at Roding. 1 lingers. If blr Mervyn Fcrrand's heir was "I remain, dear sir, yours faithfully, to It as to Its merits as a great family an t io. "STnrnn.x Cnwr." went there because I was impelled by a de- in want of tiia monoy, it should, provided ho I and In iwlat of iiuallly !i Wo rend tho letter; tho paer iluitered luiol sire to onto moro visit tits actual scjiij of w ns a dltferint stamp of man from his imit leads down from our hands; wo turnd tooncli .in.niitT ut liitriittneol nudlnz matterSlates. If -mediate predecessor, ba given to him a freo It UM tho beginning of all thosj troubles. the L'n'tol the newspaper pieaa thankfulness woro In keep It so it acd w j I walkod that road which Sir JJorvyi, gift. If not, somo hospital should b) bene- other. Tears of doep Down to tho sirallcst money, Industry .1. I b. on I my wife's sweet $ Northwest and Southwest by the way of nt Atiiprlriin Initrn&ll. It ' All I wanted MiiiMHiin.i..i SI Si I. n Ferrand had walked that dark night. But fited by it. understood thatwas that it should iieiail tho wrotcliod man's confession uiado ' conlsli.s each week h..l ui'st comrlele sutamarr the Sir Mervyn Fer- ovpr lie clearly ,BBBBBB BBBB3 - . ofthe nrws of the world, snd Its editorial co'timns I,OsJISVIIiLli or CINCINNATI. "I oh.how changed everything was' Yet no! rand left a widow. vtliiiiK elenr. Notliinc was loft unxI I I I f a.4'-if7- i aioro changed than our own Hvest It was a Tim administrators, ono of whom was, by plnluod, except, porlmps, tlio niotlvo which (IUnkv WATTKasos. rilltor.ln.Chlet) are always V. leaving Chattanooga lor Uu-ii- ll glorious afternoon in September. The rain the by, tho holr, evidently lookod upon mo Induced Philippa to go thnt nljlit to able, stiong and bright. Amon t tho o I.SSiSSS -- ic II'i:CIAL IKAIlIiES would-llaellle ad Clncinnal make bctrnyor her enco meet w m porsonage. j! U s of tho preceding dny had left the eartl' as n most pccqntrlc Pernaps It all the teidiog Are Trtfgraphlc Specials fr olntw!tb the Light-nin- e lonnrctlon at this reason, or as I do not wUh to more. Tills wo shall nover know, but hor iwiutslitilie L'nlted Sutes and Kurops, Kcrialand directKxpren on tho those A Mlstlsslppl for Ut ? ;B3BB on either side was for oioist nud frejh. Tiie BS1 Ohio temporary madnoss may nmvlv nccoutit for cast unmerited blnmc perhaps it was f thu road, were gleaming with that bright, I t hort btorles by pipular and notwl willprs.Tai. Louis and all points West. the estato wound up to nothing well, it AVo noed seek n 1 further; tho faintest toast's tirioia the day after delivery In llrook-ly- n (4CCntj puio emerald which they wear after thr SB n lo tfrv rsteinmle, Market riMrts, KaililCorrespond-enOnly from Loulstllle or flncln-Iany way, even to this day we havo received doubt as to her own iioifect liuioceuco is --VBthloss scythu has swept away tho rip to 3 VO "3 from my wifo's mind. Hand in hand, Turf and Slock ilepurts, C3, two hours nOUrS natltoM. Loirs. llog passengers no communication, much less romlttnnce, I M BE grass and tho morgueritjs and othor flower ' Dcparlmcni, Poetry and Diputuient lor quicker tbsn any other line, glf lag our SBBB ti cm tho administrators: nor, to tell tho honrt to hoart, Up to Up, wo cm stand and should le time for tuesls and first choice of seats In trains Children. Ko home In tbo country feol thnt our troubles nro at last over. which grew among it; or olse they wert truth, have I troubled thorn again. -jw O 4.UCJU uu going West, filled from liodgo to hsdge with a golden Our troubles over! Hlmll those words bo without It. I washed my hands &.UA00S u5 tbo Inst I write) No, 0:10 scouo moro tbo sen of waving corn, or sheaves waiting of all tho Ferrand brood, ? THE COURIER-JOURNA- L 12 Sours Quicker .ISi'n'anV w w ,s-si si sceno that Hen bofnro me even now. Tho con (Hilou did not arrivo; but I to bo gamerod; for tho harvost thai d fl SBBBBc'cc BBBB BSBBB An English home. Outside, green shavou Disllrctly rcprestnts the anl Ine going by wayf Chicago. l'htllpin to leave England. Mr. year was not oarly. Tho wilil roses wen lawns, trim paths, nnd flno out trees. Inseek lug cUisei. It Is a critic, cot an ltwg ovor, but fragrant honsysucklo and Crisp could s'nd whatever lie had to send to side, tho comfort and tho peaco which mnko ..... . tlm. trtiA MAYVII.I,K 11HANCII. irf. fhit fVnntrT lust a weu elior wild tlowors still made gay tho hedge- fvvillo and tuts timoas to J)nUon. So once nn Knglish homo the sweetest (u tho world. -- ell; bcstll to those who tall to terre It, irscrre. in nil but porfoct hapmurt.', 111, npially without entangling alliances or rows and banks. The birds had awakeued piness, we took the long Jonrnsy which was For when tho nood was gono; when sunny It TfoT?; ' "No. 3T. other than th confidence and Dally Dally Spain no longer was for us tho ono snfo Ianif, .from their August silence and were singlnj l.y now rjulto familiar to us. Always mako- salleIt owes Ex, Huo. Kx. bun. ot tbe Its charms diminished, nnd wo pined to sea support It will people,noto whom aloneto 10 t with nco moro. The great sleepy cows lay undo; Tho Joy, tho wild Joy, with which Philcompromises bare onco moro England's fair fields and ruddy giance. ., ippa throw horself Into my mother's arms Con Lto Covington Iho shodo of the tries. Tin largo mows but will keep right on iu the path Timo 2 00 pin honest faces. So back wo camo, nnd ninda ol duty which It has marked out Ut Itself, ifgard-les- s " Ixlugton 7 23 am, s 80 j m new hay stood sido by tide with their dingy checked all tho tipbraldlngs nnd I'oproach " Paris ourselves a home, far, far nwny from overy 8 15 a in 5 20 pni of consequences. It will fight monopoly whethmo apparently merited. Our return which looking but moro valuable elder brother ' Arr illllersburg 8 40 s in S 47 i m return of n proJIgnl son nnd snot tlio sight ot which might walco sad er It rears Its horrid bead Inslds or outalda the was like With all Lines at Tho wholo land seemed wrapped in happs daughter.tho Lauzhter, tears B 00 a Democratic 0 07 p in uiruiie nnl happiness! thoughts. And hero wo live, and shall livo lllllxrallim party. V will tight Intolerance and y a s m w hurerer ther annear. and bai no Johnson.. repose. The scone was calm, peace autumnal uu pu Although I told my mother nothing ns to till tlmt hour when ono of us must kiss tho quarter to bIto to or usk from malefaclionand tual- - St. Louis and Intermediate) Points. Mayarllle- Iio 30 a m 7 4i p m thoroughly typical of England. S tha objsct of our mysterious Journey ; al- o'her's clay-col- d Jul and brow, and know that death nepuuursu. miiu i baspartol thosa whom naught but death CMCIors, i;cmccrauc or plan and purpose, we subteautiful it was, so full I now felt of lovo foi though sho asked mo nothing; although no No. oJ tto'&T" explanation of Its scope, No Ferries! NoOmnlliusTraiiK-l'er- n Dally soy native laud that had tho) pages bei wonioviJ3ncIng her knowledge of what hnd could pni t. Dally mit tbe following ! Look cut; look throughthli shaded winEx, Hun, Ex. bun passed has over crosssJ her lips, I know then written I should upon my iieturn horai dow. There sho (Its, fny wlfo; a tall son at Torms of Subscription: all has bcon roroalod to her: that PhilJuito erasod all my glowing description o; that Lt Maysrilie. 5 41am 1 20 p rv 110 00 one year Connections made In Union Depot, Ht. Louis, ippa has sobbed out the whole strango tale hor sldo, fair daughter near hor. Years , Dally Courier-Journ" Johnson 8 30 a m 1 59 pn Seville. C months 5 00 with trains of lines going West, Norlhweat and en her breast. I know It by this, that slnco many yonrs hnvo rwisixl, but loft no lines Dally Courler-Journ" Carlisle ,.., "".".".'.'.'.".I1 7 21 a m 2 41 pu 2 TS Southwett. A breath of soft but fresh air cam) blow the day of our roftrn my mother's deep upon fior trow, brought no whito threads to Daily Courier Journal 3 months . ' Ulllertburg.,.. 7 41 a m 3 09 pni I 0) I mouth Ityouareglng West to any point, call on or Arr Paris raven Tha rich, bright Dally 52 from tho faraway downs. I drow in 1 love for my wlfo has shown Itolf even ten- - streak thattho girl ishair. her own. To me, fcunJayCourier-Journf 10 s m 3 55 p m Ccurler-Jouan2 00 wilto to tho I year 11 beauty of still Lexington 1 sloop draught; I throw back my sboulden uerer, swoetor and deepnr. 9 10 s m 8 CO pm xes, wns I W 0 month l " CiTlnglon For full and reliable Information In regard to II SO a m 5 3t i) nt my groat spared tho tolling of tho talo. My mothor's now as of yoro, tha swootcst, falrost woman Sunday and stood erect. I laughed aloud hi Land, Ac , In the Western males, tap. Quids in tho world! W'KEKI.Y fcapplnefs as a comical picture, familiar tc eyes tho nest day showed mo that Philippa and lowest apeclal rates for Tickets and Household Note. Tralii No. S run dally from Knox?llle7 Tlio children 330 moasl gazo with thoughthad given hor tho history, as I havo jiveii It on or address 1 sny childhood, of Christian losing hU bur ' ful, happy eyos ujon that group beneath One year, with a Premium l'remlum(eacb)... ! 1 CO (iools to all points West call II. ALSOP, "" lA.itijjwu ,w VI,UKIUU. hero irom beginning to end. O. 1 rear without 10 Train V I runs ?la Lexington and Tarts. anJ No. Ktre copies den, rose before my mind, and seemed to tx No, not quite tho end. Sit by mo once tho trees. They call and beckon mo. My Six months without premium TS Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Ballwsy, ... -cot sla Winchester anj Iarls IJ10 oxa'.t thing wanted to illustrate ray own moro, as 1 asked you nt the beginning of my wife looks up: bar oyes meet mine, Just Three months without Premium Uarrodsburir, Ky 50 Train No. p Is dally except Hunday between n W. B. BUArrtC, Ah! love, W. W. PEABODY, ad and Paris, but la dally from Clniinnatl to ciso. Yes, the burden I had borne had fallen story to sit bv tne: but this time, not bv ths raised from thoso tisd pdges. aPayment Inrsrlably Inby ranee u Oen'l Pass. Agt, Knoxrllle. Pres't and Oen'l Man'gr, the publisher. sldo of a smoldoring fire, but out In the fair, sweet loye, in thosa daar oyes what was It BirPeitage on paper Is prepaid ray back forever! from C. W. PA It 18, Central Passenger Agent, onco my; fata to Islington and Paris: -- No. 52. dally except Bun- Tbe list ol premiums offered in connection with Abl hero Is the spot tho very spot where gay ixjd'oof our Andaluslan home. Philippa despair and lore.roadl 8hhni,sorrow,'dro-- d, Cincinnati, Ohio, Includes a great vaAll these, savo lov. lievo the Weekly Couiler-Journ'Ington 9 10 s m. UiJ .P..r,, 8 i0 .OTL ,r"! and I are slds by side. The post has just ir,Use ryn fell, it was here, just under Mo. 53, dally except Hunday, lea'o Ltxl02lon sttractlre articles. A vautsbod long ago; and as I turn to pon riety of useful sndpremiums complete and acircular corao In and brought me a bulky pockot, on raggod-robsamp'e t 30 p in: arr te Tarls B 15 nm. Ins, I must have O Kn tili.n tlia leid In Mt cluster of theso Hues the last that look of calm, as- conulnlrg list of which, in a cbrkly hand, is written my tna sties o( thst llui ol will be sent Past Line: Nos. 8 and 4 run of the Weekly Courler-JournWlnehaster. fcavo placed his corps', Ilttlo thinking that namo and address. I tonr the wrapper opon sure!, unclouded Joy keopi With mo, ttlling copy ofchargo on application. ifmedlii. lad ass fiita freo C.r.ll. alinmt ufthcitil HU.t,. tbo kind whito snow would hide it and save with eagerness. In every communirl TO I DATS. I know what it contains; mo that frpruborlifo has passed ovon the Cincinnati and Richmond, vs , ana wincho tet A good local aatut Is desired Uoa, D.UUUtS ! ul sy lovo and mo. Oh, bow I prayed In those: Pblllnpa knows. I wish to read it first alone, very memory or those dork, dark days! sod Washington. D. C. ty, to whom a liberal cash commission will be alMCRnir nR03 , saaMBiristars. TOS EMD. .- -Throush tlckkta and hcr.u lull, Tea lowed. A canvassing outfit Is sent local agents tree slays tha't the bitter weather raigbtl&st; that but tho appealing look in her eyes ,urns m Gsioa the fssor of destination reache.1 by railroad. n..v.i 1. charge. No traveling agents ars employed by of HrtsslSjta the public snd row rials Juiroa grip would hbld'tba world fast until H. V.U. M01UK, snd no subscription shonld the Courier-JournW. II. WHITTLE3EV, iKrui Chtmlol U. amo3 ihs IrtHtn; ttedl. Passenger A gent, Ttilippa's health and stronsth returned! It scuwsuf ibe Olldni. TrsT. Pass. AgnL A vu!I) containing $0,000 worth of ever be gtren to any one unless personally know a , Cuoctnnatl.l Fe aao eramtn the laUloa which your name diatnocJs Coilnelon. K- -. Addrias A. . SMITH. i.i-..tr JU a. lad sarexl us I ' ' sloleu fnjui a New York to the subscriber. W.K.1IALDE1IAN,. Ohio. wik iiojotj. Pa. C. W. SMIIlf. H. W. FULiffi is printed snd remit ua the amount you owe if S'.Mtiy Unirrlsts. 'Whore are tho snows that fU isst yearP drummer in Covicgt n, Ky. Co , Loulsrtlla, Ky, Ocnoral Manager. President Contler-JournUon. Paa Ag IsUitlJHl. you are la irreari. deserts." lawyer, sir. But I am "True truo. Our province is not to think so much of le:rts as of what wo can do for a client. It u ha ill to try and sorvo a fool." No doubt; but I scarcely understand your, meaning." "Meaning! I could havo savod that man. Thcro was lis evidence to spenk of against Win. What did it amount tot A pistol of n jawiillar miko foun 1 In n field half a mllo away from tho scene of tho murder; ono man who could swear that tho pistol was my client's proj)erty a pawnbroker, to whom ho wautod to sell it. Positively, sir, that was Iho wholo casj for tho Crown. Never so disgusted in my life noverT' The excltablo httlo man's looks showed that his disgust was not nssumed. 80 tho pistol which I had thoughtlessly fcnfled away had, after nil, furnishod tho cbwaul brought tho crinliml to justice. .Although I was now quite tatisfleJ that tho right porson was to suflcr for tho dark crime, I resolved to got a'l the additional information 1 could. "Dut hr did ha plead gulltvl'' I asked Ah! should I not rather sing, ''Whoro is ths grlof of yestortiayr Gone llko tho snow. Other snow may fait, other grlof may come, but last year's snow nnd yesterday's grlof nro gon forovert Nevertheless, fiatspot was too suggestive of horrible remln scencos for mo to linger long over itt 1 tumid away, and in my great happiness could whisper to myself that I forgave tho deft 1 man for tho ill ha May his bono! rost in had wrought. peao! 1 walkod nlong tho road, right 011 until I camo to ths cottngo in which, like n cow-arwho could not faco hU troubles, I had spnt thoso almlosi, miserable months. It was untenanted. Halt miction bills were in tho windows and on tho doorposts; for somo months ngotho furniture ha I been sold. I pausol nud looked nt tin window by which Philippa had entered, and felt thnt since that night I had jmssed through moro grief, passion, fenr, hop) an! Joy than would fill nn ordinary llretime. Then I turnod and shook tho dust off my feet. Nevor ngnin would 1 conio within twenty miles of this place. On the rond back, to my annoyance, I I tried to pass Mr. Wilson. without sign of recognition, butsho was too quick for me. Slio itood in ront of m?, niut I was bounl to stop. She was more haggard, moro irawn, moro aquiline looking thaii over. H eyes nlono looked younz. Tiny nt least had spirit and vitality in them. Thoy posltJVjly blazjil upon me. "Slio did not do it, nftor al!" slio said do-fac- from my purpose. After all (hero is nothing to fenr, there can be nothing which sho should not know. So, w ltli our checks all but touching, wo road togother. Sit by loan over my shoulder, and read with us. n. PBOrESflW.llt. W. F. MCCL.AIIY It acsnJldito for rfpriititlvof I. ncoln subject to tho acilou ot the democracy. coun-tT- i u, DANVILLE, KY., Will rrsctlce In ths Courts of Dorlf od sljoinlni countlM and In the Court of Appesis. AIiBX.ANDBllBON, ATfOUNEV A-- X.A."V, T John op. 11. 3iilij:k m j. b. nan.XjftVt A.t Attornoy Hocktsstle Circuit Couri Commissioner And Msstsr Will rrsctlce In tho lloekcwtle Courts. tions a specialty. Offlce tn Ouutt-houss. la a can JUate 'or repmeutatlrt of Lincoln coun tr In the next liijIiUtur, ubject tu ths action or tbe democracy. MT. VERNON, K Collec- j. iiosiev, mtmt ssi napi )m ulis 'ti JAsUVEESnsCaal9-a-- sjlJM H fwJ MTjllOUON IiEB P. HUFFMAN. DKNTI8T, HOUSE PAINTEK! AND PAPER HANGER. Fresco Celltnii Tapsr m Through Trunk Line TH1 OR! AT Office South itJo Main Btieet, two doors ahori the Myers IIotli v wneo Pure Nitrous Oxide (Hi aJudnlitsiol ltn(?ln a Npeclilty. All esvj Onlera Promptly Attended to. 9dl STANronn, Kv. .TiTii- - ttrTi ll irl i - I - 5b with our cheeks all or- - (ouriiir. wc KENTUCKY. TIUT 1 oxt door to Offce on Lancsster street, Ottc hiuisfrpiastais a. and M.and I toS r. U. Anci'hftlcia'mlnlalfre.1 i..nilni hnl trtfi a clialfe Hue ot iisi-lyr- d itrMJ. frriti at all times. Alto a Ireth line of neccuarr. all kinds. I am alo prcpired to do Tall riot tailni for cmtouitM. Alt oiders fjr trln and oriiftmeatlDj executed at short nutlre. .F. T. II.UMJS. SOSSt 8TANV0RD. KY. STANFORD, 9B DH. W. B. PENNY, DOlltiMt. Look, Read and Romomber J. T. HARRIS (if Without Chajfindwilh AND Speed Unrlvalei llOUTE SHORTEST QUICKEST OPERA HOUSE, rHOU LOt'ISVILLB TO THE SOUTH & WEST PUllMNCRS.fflX'5'K -- ffQ A POSTED 1 I. II. Ilulduln A I'tnt-ouV- ., Stanford Female 110-t- r ul IT. e. V -. -- " Kentucky Kouto 1 MONEY orin-Iricliibsl- TERMS MODERATE. A SOIIDTEAIN -- ,c.ria. Ji'tfiZ ar if 1 WASHINGTON CITY. Seiul-Weeil- y, IT- MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and Reputation, tfeml-Week- ly Propr -- sii, Masonlieimcr's Restaurniit CocaT-Hot.s- 4t io I. l" Tho LE.I.GT) CICI T..V.rl. U hr "Jin 9-e 1 That Thieving Tariff! 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