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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885020601 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 0 Heetli Imtefli VOLUME imfnaL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER xni. STANFORD, KY.t FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Boring a Square Hole, 6, 1885. 41& A New PnoToonAPinc Thick. I read Composition. Here is little Laura's composition on the that an in genioua photographer has devisauger ever manufacThe first and only tured that will bore a tqunre hole is now cow; "A cow is an animal with four lego ed a screen behind which ladles may be in tho shops of the Cleveland Machine on the under side, one on each korner. photogrsphed with dummy feet of the meat rubllnhcil Tueatlitv nnd FrlAnyn, Cjmpany. Thia auger botci a two-inThe tail is longer than the legs, but it's charming proportions perping from below, hole, the eiza used in the ordinary not ureJ to stand on, The cjiv has big ears, so aa to look as if they bjjongtd to the sitsqare ANNUM frame buildings and barns, but they can that wriggle on hinges; so does the tail. ter, whose own pedal extremeties may be 89.00 AND PHARMACEUTISTS, be made on the sime principle to bore A cow is bigger than a calf, but not as big unsatisfactory in eize and shape. There is I When paid strictly In adtance. If we base la square holeH of any size. Its application aa an elephant. She is made email, so she really very little truth in the world. Heaps watt any time, 83.00 will lo chanted. is ordinary and works on tho same princi can go in the barn door when nobody is 01 women go aooui wno are one mafs 01 augers. Ita end, instead looking. Some cows are black and some falsehood. Their figures are tailor made, ple as round-hol- e True-flit'W. P. WALTON. of having a screw or bit, hai a cam motion, hook. A dog was hooked orce. She toss- and their complexion comes out of IN shop, as well aa the color of their hair cutter mounted on a steel ed the dog that worried the cat that kill- which oscillates a Willi Paper, Musical Wine. and eyebrows. They wrar falre ears and DrtiRH, rocklng-knlfwhich cuts on both sides. eu the rai. li'acK cows give wnue mm: Liquor IiiHfritcmentg, Chemicals, Bookn, The Power of Removal. to manufactured dimple. And now a msans In order to prevent the splintering of the so does other cows. Milkmen sell milk Stationery, PaliitM, 'iimra. Pocket The recent discussion s lo the (fleet of found of positively fibbing in pho KonpH, OMb, Cutlery, wood the ends of the cutter are provided buv their little girls dresses, which they haa been Tobaccos the tenure of otlhe act, aa amended in 1S09, Perfumery, TiUtuns. Bluchln Fire Arms, circular ahiped as, put water in nnd chalh Beef is ciw, but logrsphs, cheating the truthfulness of the If with small serai upon the President's power tf removal, Needles is kllltd. That is a jike. sun, and laying open evea thnt impeccawhich help in cutting out perfectly iqitre not beef-or- e Our JeTfelrjr, Silverware nnd Optical Goods Department Is in Charge ofCel. to candidates for office, in not sntlofnctor and each cow finds its ble orb to an accusation of fulcomest fli- Tlios. Mellaril?, who rr ill Itopalr Watches aud Clocks promptly and la the beat corners. It is estimated that thia new pro- Cows chew Cddi. net at all naisuilnp to the incumbent. A will awe the libor of thrca men who own chew. Then they swallow their cl.ftw tter. I have often heard the luminary ac- style. the law now aland, according to ilia Rcner cea libel in the matter of photographs, work with chisels, as one man can conven- and chuse another chew to chew. That cused of all; acsepled interpretation, the 1'reslJant too. but that is a superior and courageous kind iently cut a two inch mortice in tlio same sounds funny. I guess li's a j)ke, cm ust rennre officlsls, during tlio amnion of crime aa compared with the meanness length of time he can bore a round hole. This is all there is about cows." of the Senile, witlnut the oinaent of that of the delibirate fl ttlercr. Poor sun! And Invention is the work of a Woosle r lnJr. liut he cm and may dj so when the Tho who has giren the subject yctrs of A young lady living in Dallas, Tex , dis- innocent all the time. London Truth. nun, missed (he young man to whom she was 8;nate Is not in session. thought.-Cleveland Herald Litterary talent is kept fuly abreast of engaccl became he drank. A few days The process of retnoral while the Henato patient bad told bim she would never roller skating progress at Brunswick, Qi , is in session Is the siino as it always was. Senator Thomas F Diyard reminds me after she The President my nominate a sueceisor to very much of Hn Irick. liieir tics ap- - speak to him again a little negro boy where one of the papers prints "rink peran uQi:er, and, if the Satiate vole to con- pear to have been cast in the same mold. brought a note from the wretched young sonals" like this: "Mies Julia Futch glid firm the tnmfnstbn, the Incumbent la The fordhea I, nos, mouth and the general man whom we shall call George. The note ed around the hall like a sunbeam playlcg make structure of the face are quite similar. read: "Faithless, yet still beloved Fanny: upon the crests of the sparkling waves. If the 8nate refute, he cin rollanother and lucceaatre nomination, but no Biyard has unusual eyes. Thty are light My sufferings are more than I csn bear. I Mrs. Mclver is quite at home en the ers, and skates as smoothly as the swan njralnfctlon will effect n, remoral unlcai the gray in color, frank and fearless. Their can not live without your love. I have, Senate confirm It, and the incumbent will singular quality attracts you and jou look therefore, just taken poison, the eff.ct of glides over the passive water. Miss Mary hold hit) position until an agreement la into them unconsciously while he speaks. which I em already beginning to feel. Stacy fl.tted around the hall like a dove on some heavenly mission." nacbeJ between the President and the Hen-at- He wears continually a grave, thoughtful When you read these lines I will already or until the Senate shall adjourn. Dur- expression, but when he smiles the grate- - have joined the great silent majority. I The South Kentucky College at Hopkins-vllle- , ing the vacation of the Senate, however, fill wliitcnef s of his teeth and the color will be a corpse. See that I am decentlv this State, has nude a new departure this restriction it not in force. The Presi- that ebbs Into his cheeka makes really buried, and abed a silent teir over my from a long established rule. "Monday dent mar then suspend any oilicer at hia handsome a face that bears the impros of tomb in remembrance of tho hippy days instead ofbituroiy hs oeen set apart as My inquisitive questiongone by. Your Dead George." When the the holiday in each week, so that the school dlscrcttan, without asstRnlnjr any cause, as statesmanihip. He was young lady had finished reading the note week is from Tuesday to Siturday inclu was reqilred by the original tenure of of ing elicited a ready response. let. That Dr. Bourne is a graduate of ono of tho beat New York Medical fi:e act nuuil In lhtiT, and appoint a per willing to talk about anything but politics. she asked the little negro who brought it sive. Oaeof the advantages mentioned in Colleges. 'Da gemman favor of this is that lessons may be preparson to perform the dutiei of the cince who There was a quiet blszi of humor in his what he was waiting for. will hold hia position until the rsaaeni-blin- j eye when he turned and introduced me to tole me ler wait for an answer." ed for each school day on the evening 2d. That he ia an old Druggist, haviug learned tho business in Lexington, of lha Sinate. If that body ahall Hon. Henry B. Payne, the new Senator without interfering with Sabbath nnd had an experience cf over eight years at the The "AiiTtsT'd Model." There are prescription case. thenref ie to confirm the ntmlinllon, or from Ohio, with the assurance that Mr. soma tbincs in town, however, which arc dutiei." Commercial. any other madi by the President to fill the P.yne was ' my man." 3d. That his Medicines are all Iresb, just from the laboratories of New much less mysterious than they are geicr-allA lady vshrss hutband had contracted a wfitM il poelllon, tbe duties of the ofli A Mean Tkick. Torn Bently had been held to be. O.ie of these ia the art- club fever hit up n a brilliant scheme re- York and Philadelphia. voire on the psrson designated by Ix t to paying his addresses for sometime past to gen ist's model. Msny a time have you reid cently. She procured a psrtly-wor- n to perform them to cue of the death or in Uu. lliat 110 does not tru6t to others, but puts up his own hands all pre- one of the belles af Han Antonla. She had about the gooi1 and beautiful girl who, to tleman's glove and left it oa the psrlor soability of the incumbent, the tfihe itself not given him the slightest encouragement save her decrepit pueUs from starvation, fa when she retired, after sitting up until senptions entrusted to his care. helcg helJ In abeyance. The refuial of the and he was about to commit suicide, when or in the way of entirely innocent vocation, 12 o'clock for her absent lord. Hs doea 5th. That ho keeps all Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals and Show Case Artibenate to cinGrm d tea not relnitate the she threw him into a spasm of delight by noses unclad for atists to driw from. You not go out in the evening now. appended olBoial, mr "''111 htm to pay asking him if he would do her the favor cles usually kept in a first class Drug and sundry store. have betn deceived. It is true that girls A regular "old sledge" rauriage occurfoe sus- of giving her his photograph. He happenor perquisite of the (i tlio i arc so employed, not only in private atu red in a neighboring county last week, Gth. That his prices are just as low as good, pure remedies can be sold. Is under thia practlcsl pension ed to have 000 with him, and he begged her dior, but before the classes in the schools of when John Millon High was wedded to interpretation, allhoujl. 4 . uictlon was to accept It saying that it waa the happiest Br'; but it is wholly falee that the are lies 7th. That Dr. Bourne's New Drug Store is opposite the Myers House, Mollie J. Lowe by Kev. Win. T. Jack. placed upon the President' power to name moment of his life, etc. shameless than the occupation implies. Btantoru, tvy. will be scored The' g line" a successor. As soon as he was gone, the voting lady Invariably they are vicious, and n'l acIJreckenndge ew. of a yeai hencs. The fleet of thia li somewhat aimllar to phocalled ber servant, and giving her the counts to the contrary are more pleasant the operation of the civil perries reform act tograph, said: For brain workeia who are troubled by ries r.( fiction. Thero are numerous re in regard to the subordinate employee. "Whenever anybody whp looks like that spectable women who a rve as draped fig- thearch eneu7, drspipiii. cicoi will be Tae responsible executive officer may re- comes to the door, tell him I'm not at found a soothing and norishing article of ures, but I have (he word oi a distinguishmove any of thee, at any time, at hit gs. horu."-Siftloassertion that the diet. Several cases in which the suflering ed painter to back the but he can only appoint to the vaindecency of nude posturing is never asso- was exceedingly aout-- have bjen relieved Friend-- "! should Ihink you would cancy one of the three candidates certified in a very short tim j by the use of cocoa. ciated with 'decency in the poaturant. lo him by the civil eervice commission a know the prices of all your drugs by this New York Letter. All the ice used iu the City of Mexico having paaaed the beat examination. The lime." Druggist ''Why, I do, of coutse." President can suspend permanently olficiala A society haa been formed in Bjston to comes from the top of Popocatapetl, and is "Then how does it happen that after you help its members purchase a home or com- brought down the mountain on the backs of a higher grade, but hia nomination of a filled that prescription for that gentleman mence business when they are married. of natives and then sent sixty miles in the successor must meet the apprjval of the th citv. where it is sold a', whole Ftnale, or the office averU lo the deputy you spent such a lima looking over that Tlitu niimrislne scheme provides that a .r book beforo you ould tell him the price? member need have pal J only $230 to be- sale at ten cants a pound, or other person designated by law to You were trying to find out tho cost of the come entitled to the full benefit of $1,0C0 ita du'ln temporarily. A London fashion paper tays that heliowill be in session for only drug, weren't youl" As the Senati at the ecd of eighteen months. Aa the as- trope is the fashiontble flower, fashionable "Ob! no. I waa looking over a commer- sociation has just begun operations, no bena few daya or weelct In M irch, the period and the fashionable color for ladlei cial directory to And out how much be efit will become due until 1SSG. The Sec- perfume between that time and next December will Jk.3STX- this retecn. Philadelphia retary claims a membership of 100 already piy." be available to the President In which to conld afford lo TUEBEV. GEO. U.TIIiYEIt, of Bourbon, Ind make auch suspensions and appointmenta Call. and hopefully predicts one of 12,000 91 owe cur lives to ji; "Both myself and wife For sals by Tenby A's The Nukse. As far as circumstances within fite years. at he ahall deem brat for the public serConsumption Cure." vice. It would be better, in all reaped, will admit, It should be made the duly of Mr. Pedleton is the only one of the Sen- McAUstir. ARE YOU MADE MISERABLE by Indlges- if the tenure of office act were wholly re- one person only to care for the sick, receive iors who has declined to appoint a private tlon, Constipation, Dlrilntss, Loss of Apretltf, pealed, and the power of removal reatored ins'ructions from the doctor, and give him secretary under tho terms of the recent Yellow Ktln Ehlbh's YllalUtr Is a po'Ul untrammelled .to the President's hand. an accout of such symptoms and changes grab. He has done wisely. Ihc Current cure, l'or sale by Penny A McAllstcr. Power Id all executivo officss should bo aa occur during his absence. Two or more suggests to the new Senators from Califor-niPositive Cure for Piles. commemurale with responsibility, and the persons taking orders, reporting symptom, Oregon, Colorado, Mode Island, To the people of"1'' c0"nty we would say that Senate ahould not interfere to keep in place giving medicine and food, will create conand Wisconsin that they avoid the we have been given the agency ot Dr. Marchlsl's guaranteed executive events for whose conduct it haa tusion. As women are usually more SenltorisI pitfall. When the people hear Itallau Tile or moaey refunded Internal, Extercal, exact, and observant, and are also no responsibility, and over whom it haa no afl'tlr of the Senators, there to euro Bh.edltg or Itching riles, l'rice on corns about this little Blind, control. The qualified power at the Presi- quicker and easier in their movements, will be a painful reckoning with the great a box. No cure, no pay. Penny A McAllstcr, Druggists. dent's disposal ia sufficient, however, to en they make batter nurccs than men. It is ago Current. able him to rid the aervicc of all dishonest, fortunate that it is so, for upon the moth Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Nitro glycerine is prepared by the action w mmhiticillr cusrantee Dr. Marchlsl's Ca- incompetent or offensively partisan incum- er, ordinarily, uevoives me care 01 me sulsick. of a mixture of concentrated nitric and tbolicic, a female remedy, to cure Female Diseasbent. He ia pledged not to remove upon glycerine introduced es, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Slightly soiled white wolen articles, knit- phuric acids officials 'solely on partisan Ulceration, railing and dlsplacemsnt or bearing C3Kgf-- v grounds, or for the purpose of putting in ted or crocheted, may be made to look as drop by drop. IrregnlarlttlcJ, Barrenness, Chango vfsnJKNtPll H filling eome ab- down feellnf, Dvoamlte ia made by of Life, Lcucorrhtea, besides many weaknesses their placet thoie who are in political ac- well as new if they are carefully rubbed The best springing from tho above, like Headache, Bloatcord with the appointing power." And in Hour. Cover them with flour and rub sorbent with infuing, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous dearticle for this purpose ia a silicious if washing, until the Hour with the Ssnate so nearlyjbiilanced, ho will gently, b will bility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For sale by dark. Shako out the article and sorial earth found in Hanover. It probably have no difficulty In making auch 81 and $1 0 per bottle. Send weight of the titro- - druggtsts. Prices three times Its to Dr. Marchlsl, Utlca.a. v., lor pampaiei, iteo. changes as ought to be made. If the re- rub in clem flour until all soil is removed. For sale by Penny A McAUster, Drugslsts. publicans should undertake to prevent this, Shake well and hang in the wind until no glyceime. and It produces three timta as much gaa mav 0.' Oil faom Nature's Wells. the President would bo justified in making atom o( flour remains in the wool. twice as much heat as gunpowder. It The bkln on tho head Is aept eoft and flexible the suspicions and leaving the office to course ono would not care to cleanse in be exploded by a primer charged with fiftueso Boston this way articles thit ara worn next to the teen crains of fulminating mercury like by a recrctlon front the oil glands. When deputies. Tie conducted by the news. aro clogged the hair dries and falls od. Tarkor's boJy, but for shawls, capea and held cov- a percuesion Herald. Hair Balsam renews their action, restores the remarkable yital erings (bur answers admirably. Bucklen's Arnica Salre. original color to tho hair and makes it son anu SatlU are p mesas! of Not greasy, worM tot Cuts, Bruttes, glossy. Italio erallcatos dinlrutr. ity. Mr. R. E.G. Stesrni has mentioned of The executive eishler of a President Tbs best Salvo In tho poriumes. ueugnuui i Sores, Tetter, notadye.dellclousiy Trefcr-abl- e one which lived without food from 1839 to, the United States is under a 20,000 bond, 0,... ltir,. Kilt ttheum. FoTer fikln lady's toilet tab'.o. The belt of dressings. Chapped Uanilj, Chilblains, Corns, and all 1S(J3; and another which appeared to be and la responsible for everything brought similar artl:lei bowuss of Its superior toall Erupltoni and positively cures Piles, or no pay re in good heilth after a fast of two years two into the White House. Tho French cook quired. Ms guarantees w gim im cleanliness and purity. Pries 2 J cents per box. months and alxtoan days. B)th of thee is paid ? 1, 800, the private servant $1,200 TKY XT YOUKSKXiaV, chewing the ttpscie inhabit nearly rainless regona. coachman $720. Mr. Arthur's lor talc t Tato A Penny. and the Ths proof of tho pudding Is not .n string, but In having an opportunity to try tho state dinners cost him about $500 each. Answered. An Want A Scottish physician declares that of all Druggists, A yourwlf. ..,in.inac!j of Kidney or Llret hiTca fiw trial McllokilsDr. Btagg.U'O Csuguand Bosanko's the strange purueylnga of needles in the A pamphlet has lately been published in bottloof Qectrlo Bitters will not speedily every onowuo llssh which have come under his obser London advocating the fining of people Complaint that Syrup 1 ... i..vn nol. as thousands of cases Lung Coughs,for each and Consumptionit auuciu or any Coldv, Asthma, with vation, the strangest occurred' in a lady who have more than three children. Tbcro already permanently cured and who are " prove. Bright . Lung Affection. patient, who a year ago broke a needle lo is no question but that the theories advanc- oiamendlng Klectrlc Bitter., will any urinary cum: Foil i'iikj. the first joint of her left thumb and a few ed by Mrs. Rssant have gradually taken Disease, Diabetes. Weak Back or the blood, cured. They purify of weight a . days ago reamed it from her right fore- tt.veri strong hold on the paople of Kig-lanrilea aro frequently preceded by of scm abdonitn, act on the diseased psrts. bowels and tho lower part finger. Vox sale at SO cents a In tha back, loins and Every bottle, guaranteed. Mining the pitltnt to suppose Is lias tomoafffctlun The weddings are: Cotton, 1 paper, 2; The President of a Hartford fire insur- - bottla by Tate A Tenor- ot tha khlneys or tiflshlorlng organ. At times, leather, 3; wooden, 5; woolen, 7; tin, 10; ance company, being impressed by evils of symptoms of Indigestion aro present, at ttutulency, of Interest to Alt. A Lawyer's Opinion forof Winona timvMliicii of tho stomach, etc. A moisture, like 15; China, 20; silver, 25; silk, 12; crystal, asks for legislation to J. A. Tawney, Esq., a lead attorney amy Uls,igrocblo Itching, pearl, 30; ruby, 40; golden. 50; diamond, bid the payment, in ny case, of more than Minn., writes: "After using H for more than throe perspiration, producing a very common sttendant. Is In stating tha I regard after gittlng warm, year., I take great pleasure 75; at the end of the years named. yield at once to tho the amount of the loss. w- for Consumption as the Blind, Blsedlng and Itching riles application of Dr. Bosauko's Pile Kewcdy, which acts Coughs and Colds. imGK. PISTIlXBUTjtON. In almost every oase where a man has l.'t reuiody In the world for most severe absorbing wwai directly upon tho rarts afTeettd, and affectingthe 'What cauits tin great ritih at Mcitobcrts A has never failed lo cure the fallen In.Iora with a girl dressed In a In the Tumors, alls) Ing tho Inteuso Itching au invariably relieves the rain 8tac8DmgStrr Tho havo had Trlco GC cents. Address tbs Dr. afterwsrds married her, aidl chest." T Bottles ot this sure euro for all permanent euro. tollies o'( Dr liostako't Cough and Lung Syrup, th "fioll by Mcltob-art- s may b had tree at Tato Botanko Medicine Co., Tijua, Ohio, remedy for Coighi, Colds, Consumption within two years. nmt popular vorce has followed treat and i.. ig Diseases A Ettgg. " Regular slzu CO Large stie ft. mu4 Bronchitis uow en the maiUt. Areany'sDrugStore Detroit Free Press. ch M'ROBERTS &STAGG Opera House Block, DEALERS XEll Stanford, Ky., s e, I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and "Winter, .O. RIJPLEY". light-wiuje- d comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley Seven Things To Remember. g y r niil three-quarte- rs n; s OUR t- e LADIES', MISSES' CHILDREN'S Shi-lob- a, sa arm-patheti- c, Olntment-emphatlc- ally FINE KID AND GOAT &ifo'Q' 53 men.-rChtc- al nitro-gljcerin- SHOES cap.-Philade- lphia 1 nn j ED! o d. TRYJJWR & ce, three-fourth- s i.. ni.ov BRUCE M'ROBERTS, - rents and J1.00, ac.J5 4VlWAi Net. Yulk iJu u fe.i..hi j,:i n battle of Waterloo waa fought. I wis In Londonderry when the news of the battle Emmett Logan and Polk Johnson to har-ras- a Wednesday night. Cincinnati, cime. Several of my acquaintances were A fire In the Palace Hotel, Col. Ssars as they do. Just now when fully cover-e- d killed and several wounded in tho battle. 1885 he has toadied himself into the notico of caused a losi of about $25,000, February 0, Btaaford, Ky., Tho English were glad when Bonsjurto by insurance Sim Kindall, by eulogizing him in tho passed a was overthrown. Irishmen were not eo The Arkansas Legislature has most fulsome mtnutr, life is made aburden glad. During tho yenr of 1815 I sailed W. P. WALTON. to him by those fellows nosing through the bill calling a conventior Jar. 12, lSO, to from Londonderry for New York in the files of his paper and priming what this r frame a new censtitntiou. ship Nancy, Capt. Houston. After a long Commerce bill, jo The inter-StatGov. Knott in an interview with a same Rears said about this same Kindall in voyage we arrived in New York. I only Commercial reporter, eaja the four short years ago. Then he denounced changed that it will never ba concurred Louisville by the House, has passed the Senate 13 to remained in New York about threo weeks country press has treated him Terr unfair- him as mora responsible than any dozjn 12. when I went to Philadelphia; was there ly in their comments on his pardoning men for a continnacce of the tariff robbery "The Legislature of Weil Virginia has about threo weeks as merchant's clerk, Would kindly nak your attention to tho fnct that thoy hnvo jnat returned from tho cities with a largo, froah and well selected stock of Jmincs iind adds: "They don't seem to by his dishonorable method of packing the opened the State University at Morgan-tow- n when Charles Henderson, of Danville, neegnize the fact that I have granted no committees so as to defeat the will of the to females on the same terms as to came on to buy goods, I made on arTfTTir.-J'T-ir- r pardon unless with the honest conviction party. lie demanded that Kindall should mates. rangement with him to como to Kentucky to do so, nor do be repudiated by the party and adds: "The W&JVTMWK&ttE&f. tfeat justice demands me The bankiupt New Orleans Exposition and rode through on horseback. I fitat n Uky stop to consider with what cire I di- democratic party is a freetrade party, or has appointed a committee to go to rode through Endless In variety, dainty in quality, and satisfactory in prices, this wo guarwent lo Pittsburgh, and then gest the records and details of every case it is false alike to its founders and its foland ask the Government for $319,-00- 0 Ohio, striking the Onto river at Maysvlllr, antee. Oar aim shall bo at all times to supply every want in our line. do they lowers. It should never have placed a 3a which a pardon is asked, nor more. Ry. From there I came direct to Dn-vill- e. nppli-caetatrecheroua (protectionist in the cold, Men to cue how many hundreds of Dr. Edwin Samuel Galllard, well- Hard-war- e where I have lived ever since. I was pinions I havo reacted. It is Speaker's chair. It should never have known as a physician and editor of medical in tho employ of Mr. Henderson until ho Consists of tho standard brands of .Europe and Amorica. Our largo lino for 1Mb rewn that I siy their criticism is trusted him. It did trust him and we see journals, died in his residence at Clean died, many years ago After my arrival In We are betrayed, sold out, Beach, N. J. of cooking stoves includes tho justly colsbratod "Great Western Rscrvo" and vsafair. It affords me mac'i gratification the result. Danville I sold to Joshua Barbee for $70 to know that I have never trifled with the beaten on the best issue of the campaign." many other fatuity favorites. Gen. Grant's relics, military and civil the horse I had ridden from Philadelphia, influ--mlDid there ever so great a change come over testimonials, have been presented to the fardoaing power. My best and most OUR CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWARE STOCK consists in part me in that city $35." and which cost friends have bjaoai;Ut me to grant the spirit of a dream? Kesd Watterson's covernment by Wm. H. Vanderbilt and As your correspondent pased tho cemetery oi Table, Tea and Chamber Sets complcto, Glatawaro richly cut and etched. again and I have articles now and see what has disturbed the Mrs. U. S. Grant. cwrdoas time and time this morning be noticed laborers digging tho way ot 13 reads tuffa wo name Buckwheat flour, tho queen of all tribes. xefseed them because I felt that justice did slumbers of this sweet sleeper. Sim Holman, who killed Harlan Tay- two graves, one for the object of this In aei demand such pardons." With our By his refusal to allow a representative lor, Marshal of Morganfield, December 23, sketch, and one for Dr. C. C. Graham, Our celebrated "G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cako and pastry, whilo Rico and Hominy, our own patiotic products, aro arrayed as faithful adjunct. respect and admiration for Gar. Knott it of the Louisville Commercial to see some has been captured. He has been hiding in whose remains will arrive this evening very disagreeable duty for us to Jim been a petitions for pardons on the ground that his father's garret. from Louisville. The graves of the two All the delicacies in foreign and domestic confections aro here. rittd him in the matter of pardons. they were in the nature of private paper, The public indebtedness of Canada is old men will be not over twenty feet apart, Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowwaro, Electric lamps, Stationery, Canned "We know that he is dally and hourly be nnr TTnnit nMm to have transcended his $243,000,000, or an average of $54 per and the difierence in their ages but little Meats and Fruits, and a complcto lino of Cigars and Tobaccos. Well this is ceeched by paid attorneys and friend) of authority as well as knocked out the only head of its population. The increase dur over two years. oniy a hint of what wo have. to liberate them, and that it is cdainals prop that his apologists were holding under ing last year was 20 per cent. Believing that wo can ruako it to your interest, wo confidently ask an exPAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. .ken! to refuse some of the petitions he re- hra. If it was once understood that the Three men charged with murder were amination of our goods anp your patronage, setter, but we can't see how justice can sign pardons were sure killed by a mob at Audubon, Iowa, early names of all who Since the grand jury has been in ret that so many decisions of the courts to appear in public print, the Governor Wednesday morning. A son of the mur- some of our yourg men have been visiting Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. fee abrogated. The judge and the jury after would not be half as much annoyed as now dered man was one of the victims. friends. iearing both sides of a case and giving the by such papers, for the demagogues and A prohibitory law is tersely character Quite a number of our citiisns here defendant the benefit of every doubt, are careless people, who now sign them, would fz;d by a Philadelphia opponent as "an think there is a fortune in store for them, certainly more competent to decide on the be saddled with part of tho responsibility. attempt to protect drunkards against them- consequently have invested in the Louisigait or innocense of an accused than he We believe Gov. Knott has made a serious selves at the expense of sober people." ana Lottery this month. who icars only an ex parte statement. We mistake in making petitions "private" and The North Carolina Legislature has Thtre was a social pirty at Mr. El. do sot believe that one man in a hundred, refusing to permit them to be inspected, passed a bill to pension Ballard's Tue.nlay night which was much DEALER IN aty, in five hundred, is wrongly convicted, which we hope he will corrict on soberer soldiers who lost limbs in the service of enjiyed by the young folks. Mr. and Mrs. yet it appears from the number of pardons consideration. State, or by reason of wounds are in- Billard can't be beaten when they attempt Hardware, that Hers Skecs, Groceries, Saddled, 4kt the proportion is one in ten. We do capacitated for manual labor. Nalka, (gneeaaware, Rtigfty Wklpa, to have an entartalnment. Times pubset wish to do the Governor injustice, but The editor of the Georgetown Representative Holman introduce 1 a IlrjRgy Wkceljs, Caao MHIh, Mrs. K. II. Bitson and family left Harness, a paragraph saying that Gen. "Jeb" we wist insist that a man who has been lishes bill in the House, which provides that it Wednesday morning for Wichita, Kansas, Grates, Spekcs, Cider Mills, of crime shall pay the pen- - Stuart will accompany Stonewall Jackson's shall be unlawful for any person to give proven guilty Nteuowarc, where she will join her husband. She is a Kims, Corn Hy and not go free beciuse of some tech- - old war horse to the New Orleans Exposiany of his proyerty, real or personal, to be christian lady and every one sub- - tion. If he does it will be the worst case wcality, which has not affcited his used directly or indirectly in securing a here regretted to see her leave. Miss Mig-tri- e Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and of spook on record, for that brave and vote or rtnmti- -' rights. the appointment for any omoe un Smith returned home Tueslay from Cast Pampi, and the Celebrated May field Elevator. Tia EoeN 1n1 General has sleot beneath the sod Ml. Vernon, where she Lai been on a visit ingaad Galtering will have proapt attention. The statement made by the Owensboro for lo these twenty years. He was killed in der the Government. A Pittsburgh newrpiper has discover for several weeks. She was accompanied Manager, that a prominent State official John vicinity of the old Yel" a skirmish in the bad told it that an investigation wonld low Tavern, not far from where the writer ed that an organic ition cojnposed of over by Miss Matiie Newcomb. management 1,000 armed Nihilists exists in that city. okew much corruption in the In great distress. A young man, hailwas raised in Old Virginia, and the dsy These men claim that they can not find ing from Lincoln, came up this way last state finances, has created more diswith it are and circumstancea connected work; that they are suffering from hunger, Saturday evening about dark, seeming to be sension than any paragraph ,of the same yet vivid in our memory. and, on that plea, claim that they are jus- ia a hurry aid very much excited. He leagth in a long time. The prominent Theiie are 671 convicts in the Kentucky tified in anything or any movement against met a couple of gentlemen and asked them offiritl was understood to be Col. McCarty, 8:cretary of State, but he haying Penitentiary.'Vfho have not done a lick of mill owners or capitalists. if they knew where Adams lived. They flfi stint The Perry county jail was burned on told him there were several Adams in the card positively denied it, Editor C work for three months and for whose mainJba also in a tenance the Slate has paid out $200 per the night of tho 21st and in it Abner Ever-eol- neighborhood and asked which one he -- W.Bransford comes to the front a young man of IS yean, lost his life. wanted to see. He said he didn't know. to the time of Co). day. There are probably two hundred at Diaiiisis- cadi and says: "Up McOarty'a denial, I wonld not only have work outside of the penitentiary, but they Oj the 5th day of last O:tobsr Eversole Toe gentlemen thought he acted rather Drugs, Books, Stationery and ) 4aled positively that he gave me the in- do not more than earn their victuals and shot and killed Mrs. Wm. B)ker, an aged strance and be an to Interoeate him and m uiica. was clothes. There must something be done, lady, for which he has tried at the last ht finally told them that he wanted to Me formation upon which my editorial bntA, but I would have made oath to it else the State will be bankrupt in a few term of the Perry Circuit Court, convicted a y u ig lady, and he had been told that she PbjiIcltDk' jmcrlptlooiitcurittly compound!. before any court of justice in the country. years. Wonder if the oppoeera of convict and sentenced to hang, but had been grant- was at Mrs. Adams'. They instructed him kiMslHssssskjV PZJ '! 1K. . can I imagine even now who else it labor would agree for them to work on the ed a new trial and awaited his second tri- and he went on his way rejoicing, but when isHRHsisHiKSjsMBiisfeHMHj al when he met his death. he got there the young lady had gone to tmnl-have been by whom the information turnpikes and other roads in the State? -When the Capitol building at Wash another neighborV. He kept on looking state as a positive fact that mw given. I Jean Biptiste Marchisl, whose ington Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Old Dr. was destroyed by the British in until he found her, so his soul was made The CaL McCarty was the author of it, I have battered features are familiar to every news- Jewelry and Silverware 1814, the portraits of Louis XVI. and happy for a while, but from what we can kelieved firmly, until I saw his emphatic I paper reader in the country, his likeness bought Lower thia tbUumktt ad unequivocal denial in Sunday's Com having appeared over a patent medicine ad- Marie Antoinette, which had been pre- learn the younj man'a visit did not profit Erer LowctU loWitcbe. Gocki Viet Jewrlrr 11. and lbs sented to the United States by the French him much. The young lady says she is My confidence in the Colonel's raernaf. fklrti on tboit nolle and Wunotal. vertisement in nearly erer publication in integrity is the only basis, even now, for the U. S , has gone the way of all flesh at the Government, were burned. After a lapse not ready to go to housekeeping, at least Ike belief that I have imputed the state-se- ripe old age of 96. He was a native of of seventy years, it is now proposed in a that kind of a House. II. C. BRIGHT. F. CUR RAN. to the wrong man." This amounts Italy, as his name indicates, and he was bill Introduced py Mr. Pendleton to replace Cream will rise in lees time and most these picture with copies. This is one of jAawat to a question of veracity between born in 1789. the multitude of small jobs which a sur- completely in a temperature at 45 degree the 'two gentlemen and the public, of and with the milk in deeps pails, in cold withdrawn plus in the Treasury constantly invites. The other aspirants having eeonr, will have to judge between them. water than any other way. The time rerace in Illinois has narrowed definitely arranged that It is said Whether there is a crookedness at Frank-fcjT- t the Senatorial quired will be about twelve hours. Raise C)l. Morrison and litaclc Jaclc President-elec- t Cleyeland when ho arrives the temperature ten degrees and It will take or not the discussion that the article in down to Col. is not mistaken in Washington will goat once to tho Arl- sixteen hours for all the cream to gather qoestion has produced will not be without Logan. We hope the will show the officials when he says he is certain of election, but ington Hotel and occupy a suit of room) with the milk in deep pails, and nearly its good effects. It the fa'ei seem to have eetlled it that Lo- until he moves across the way into the twice as long if in shallow pane. At the -that ahould they go Wrong, they may IN- higher temperature the separation will be gan will be his own successor, the more's Executive Mansion. Three of the sisters less do quarter from democratic papers also, to the detriment of the perfect will come with him. yield Surrounding the milk with ice waof the President-elec- t m sd nothing le3s than exposure and pun- - the pity. ter is of great advantage to the cream raistwo Bowling Green dailies have As soon as he gives up the Executive ManThe kkaaent. ing, a act which farmers should profit by consolidated and hereafter John B. Gaines sion on March 4 to bis successor, President at this season, and go about securing a crop O'Dosovak RossA, the dynamite fiend Cleveland, Arthur will go to are one and indivisicase near losing his worthies! life in New and Elvis H Porter ba money in both of Secretary Frelinghuyaen'&reeiJence to re oi ice for use next summer. move will 1'ork City Monday night. An kaglish ble. The Call on Dr. J. D, Pettus. pockets. We.wish them plain sail- - main until he leaves the city, justaa Gen their We, tbe uodra!gnd cltlien of the Eut End wasaan put a ball in his hick, but unfortueral Grant went when he retired to the o( Lincoln count', baring known Dr. J. D. Tettui nately it touched no vital spat and he will residence of of State Fish. for many AND ai a man of honesty and one poo in the eyes of the MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. live to be a greater hero tesilrg ertrr qualification ntcciury to make a than ever. Roaa claim t that dfuamitards DANHLLE. BOYLE CO UNI Y. good Legislator, hating ag and experience, would Hon. Chas. Offutt is a candidate forearnestly demand of him the use of hla name the woman is in the employ of the Eig-I- k re election to the Legislature from Bour Joseph Coffey had a fine colt killed mit Democoatlc candidate to represent this county as a government, but it is more probable that bon. Wednesday night by a passing train on the in the next Legislature of Kentucky, subject, Low. eke was acting on her own responsibility to It is stated that large shipments of C. S R. R. The colt wain beautiful bay erer, to the action of the Democratic partf, avesge the wrongs done defenseless women John F. lligglnr, Satnuil Ilardln, weapons of war are being made mare, abont year old and worth $75. COXSISTIXG The woman American a&d children in Eaglaad. D. IMdam, S. A. Mldeleton, to China. Col. Wm. Duke, who is an applicant W. F. Kennedy, W. IT. Buchanan, gave her name as Mrs. Djdley, and she is Thirty-twprisoners, from various for the position of Surveyor of Customs at K. (I. Collier, Wm.filuart, sew in jail. R)3sa had made a speech but parts of the State, were placed in the peniGoo W. Dtborde, E.W Jones, Louisville, feels much encouraged at the sight or two before in which he threaten- tentiary Tuesday. a II II. Bionaugb, W. O. Hansford, support given him everywhere in the inteV. V. Tatetn, M. W. Jones, ed to blow up 100 hotels in London in one Clip-perich widow of rior portions of State as well in the larger year-olA seventy-fou- r John W. Holmes, John Iluchanan, sight. - cities, and his friend everywhere think his St. Roch's, Quebec, married her nineteenXV. T, Saunders, M. J. Harris, The long drawn out disbarment suit year-ol- d coachman. D. C. Payne, chances for succets ara very promising. J. L. ElaTln, lawyer, T. Uranrllle Haley, And many others. against tho notorious criminal A gas explosion in a coal mine, near About three weeka ago Mr. M. C. n n.mnfcAll. at- Cincinnati, - has ended in Savanna, Indian Territory, killed three Thurman had a fine set of harness stolen ''Hough on Itatt" clears out ra's and mice. 15c, w w AT AIisTj TIMES A FULL LINE OP "Rough on Corns" for Corns and Bunions. Ifc. faia being found guilty of the least of the men and injured 125. from his stable on First etreet and could Thin rcople, "Welts' Health Ilenewer" restorea many charges against him and a sentence in the public debt dur- obtain no tidings of them until aomo boys The decrease health and vigor, cures dyrpepsla, Ac. SI. of raspenaion from practite for ten days ing January was $9,420,010; decrease since several days ago found a sack filled with "Kougti on Toothache" glres Instant relief. 15c. of the costs of the ciee. June 30, 1884, $40,921,910. and the payment Ladles who would retain freshness and vlraclly, something in a well on the farm of James Tkote-whhave taken the time to raad the The First National Bank building at Coffey, near town. On fishing out tho sack don't fall to try "Wells' Health Ilenewer." "Iiuchu-patbagreat kidney and urlnrry cure. proof against htm ara surprised that he Marquette, Mich., was burned Monday and opening it,',Mr. Thurman's harness waa rats, mice cleared Flies, roaches, ants, Ahould have been let off bo lightly. His night, causing a loss of $94,000. found therein. out by "Hough on Rati." ISc. in connection with the alleged conduct Elijah Wease, aged 78, arrested in "Hough on Coughs," troches, ISc; liquid, 23c. Louis Cohn, the fashionable Main jury in tho Berner trial, out of which the West Virginia for murder, confesses to btreet clothier, tbiuka he seei a rattlesnake For children, slow in development, puny and riot of last year grew, ought to haya tlis have killed six other men, in his day, for hanging suspended to the ceiling near the delicate, tuo "Wells' Health Ilenewer." "Rough on Dentin" Tooth Towder. Try it. ISc. barred him for all time, if indeed fce which ho haa never been tried. front door of his store room. It's no use to Kerrous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility ecntence. a penal John Tucker, a farmer sixty years old, tell him there ia no sprpant there, ho gets cured by "Well' Health Kcnswcr." SI. Mother Swan's Worm Syrup, for fovcrlshbcts, officer applies the pruning was nhot and killed near Sadi?, Mason mad and insists there is, and will tell you "When an county. His wife, a young woman of 20, that it is eight feet long and that it was wormi, constipation; tasteless. 25c. and ing knife to his own salary, he means busi- Urinary Stinging, irritation, all Kidney has been arrested aa fail murderer. presented to him by Mr. F. M. Watklns, complaints cured by "Uuchu-palba.- " St. QCB3 and compels the admiration of his The average cost of building railroads of Garrard county. Klght sweats, fever, chills, malaria, dyspepsia, constituents. Mayor Reed, of Louisville, in the United States has been about $59,-40- 0 By the death of Mr. Wm. Gwynne, cured by "Wells' Health Ilenower." salaries of many city while reducing the lady) la tbrco times the My per mile. English railroads have been which occurred at the re?!donca of Mr. man husband (writes a Health Itcncwcr." (1, has cut his own about $1,000, evielnce using "Wells' dently believing that reform like charity built at an average co3t of $24,000 per Martin Crow at 11 o'clock Wednesday If you Rre falling, broken, worn out and neranother of tho landmarks of early Dan- vous, use "Well1 Health Rencwcr." SI. begins at home. If ho will keep on as he mile. Prevalence ot Kidney complaint in America; -- Wm. S. Kirk, Ef-Tellof the Second ville ia removed, Tho old gentleman has has begun in his work of retrenchment, IlucbU'palba" a quick, complete cure, f 1. National Bank of Ironton, O., convicted been confined to his bed most of the past all Louisville must risa up and call him of having made false entries to cover his two weeks. His death was caused by old Are You Tired of Being Sick ? blessed. Wo want to say a word to the men, women and deficits, was sentenced Tuesday to fire age, hastened, perhaps by a bad cold which The gentleman of the Louisville Timet years' imprisonment in the Day ton jail. girls work in stores, offices and factories above goods havo been bought very Low and All hai annoyed him since bia confinement to There who hundreds of thousands of you In tbe got off the following ia now sufare ( office who Tho House remained in session till 10 bis room. In a talk with your correspon- country. Very few oi you aro well. You are shut fering with an acute brain dheiie and la not smallest possible marign. We minutes after 2 o'clock Tuesday morning dent Mr. Gwynno thus related some lead up too much and exerelss too little. In this way will be sold expected to survive; Not the least painful vain efiort to get the Bankruptcy Bill ing incidents ia his life: "I was born at yougetslck. Your blood is bad, your digestion in a reflections, i? of Mr. Blaine'd, ask an inspection and invite competition, up. Too lUUDUBtcring against it was unal- - Lafford, near Londonderry, on the river loor, your bead often aches, you don't feel like (This oja remembrance of) Lot'a( wife. work. Your liver, stomach and kidneys ore out ly euccesifulTnd adjournment without any Foyle, in Ireland, on tho 20th of July, of order. Farket's Tonlo hai cured hundreds of and goods guaranteed. paragraph, it must be understood, has a BRIGHT & CURRAN. action having been taken on it, 1787. I was a grown young man when the such caiei. It is pure, euro and pleasant. ' It is downright cr jolty to animals f r Stwi-aaeeHulntenorloan- wI The New Groceries and Hardware House of l e TAYLOR BROS. ia.JF jfTvnln flsaWeaW fQvtmnwltxcr H ash-ingto- for Our and Po elect Cutlery kl i W. H. HIGGINS f Ires, Steve, -- -- IpCevers, Midler, Cellar, kind-hearte- SrwtuSk efor Wvwmm WMMm PHARMACISTS, rauij e. (4oik-- S k 1 JEWELERS. at J. to-b- e BRIGHT & CURRAN, s' ex-pe- st DEALERS Groceries, Hardware, Queens ware -- - FARMING -- IMPLEMENTS, or ' o Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, South Bend and Hamilton Turning Plows. r ," bed-bug- s, Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Wagons. Our Carriage department will be full and complete with the best makes of Carriages, Buggies, Surreys, Phaetons, Jayguar Wagons, Buckboards. Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines. at the rs, Wo also havo a Largo Lino of Walking and cr the post-electio- Prices Morrill) j w tuu-iavuitiuiJ intiiuiuurnal I are d!;pocl to Itlnkulato to night call at tho Opera Home at 7 r. M. us again this to fall yestcr-da- y If jou RELIGIOUS. St&iford, Ky., A cold wrtc is to strike February 6, 1885 morning. The onow started nftcrnoon, l. Ml. LOCAL TIME CtftD. 12 15 P.M. 1 6 r. M. 112 a, M. 3 1M X. M, llall tnln cln J Korlh Houth ........... . Exprrtstraln" South....- 11 . ............ " Norh " A notice of the incorporation of tho Stanford Creamery Ci , la published in our advertising column. fboebovo li calculated on standard time. Imel about 40 mlnulet faster LOCAL NOTICES. Bolat II. J. Dakst offers for kale 12 building lots, 60x132 feet, between Stanford and Rowland, well located and accessible. I want to borrow $350 for one or two Moody is coming to Louisville tho last of this month. Tho Baptists of Salvisa, Mercer county, have just completed a handeotne church at a cost of neirly $8,000. Hev. B. F. Bristow, of the Southern Methodist church, had 13 additions to the church at Harrodsburg, in 18 days. Ofiicial notice has been mado by the World's Fair Managers that March 18 to arc the days set apart for the Baptist 2-- Congress. Buy your school booka from Penny & McAllater. Landiict Ji'a Garden 8ted, fresh and genuine at rDi7 A McAlieterV. "Watch B8 and Jewelry repaired on ahort notice and warranted by Penny & McAlU-te- r. years. Will pay seven per cent, interest. For particulars call on W. P. Walton. II. W. J. A coMrLCTB stock of jewelry, latest style, itockford watches n specialty. penFon Sale Privately. Ojr residence Mc A lifter. ny on Main street in Stanford, 300 yards EaU Fajimbhs, Head T1118.-- G0 to Dr. M. A desirable home in excelL. Itourne's drug store and get cne package of court-housof Bam A. Clark's Hog itemed?. If you lent neighborhood. Geo. Myers and wife. are not sitleOed after using it your money Another suit for divorce has been filed, will be refunded. Andy J. Griffin charges that his wife, DePERSONAL lilah, has abandoned him and in conseMru W. P. Tate has retured from a quence ho wishes to be absolved a vinculo matrimonii. M. Peyton is his attorney. visit to friends in Marlon. Mn. It. II. Weaken, of Itichmond, is down on a visit to relative. Judok Sir.rjiEK Uuucii is confined to his bed by a severely sprained ankle. Misses Eva Biu.)r,rv and Julia Douglas have bteu riiiting nt Junction City. Cait. and Una. W. W. Johnson, of Lon-doare the guet of Mr. and Mrs. Peter 8lraub. Mm. Fisher has gone to spend a few weeks with her father's family at Middleburg. MksJcmth and Mollie KlKO, of Crab Orchard, visited their aunt, Mrs. J.B. Oftit j, this week. Mns. Wili. Ciuio is back from & tour of a month with her huiband, who is gentleman of the road. Mrssns. Matt Woodson and fiamuel Kennedy hare been on a vllt to Loots ville since Monday, It. II. Bkazley, who has been visiting his uncle, E. Ii. BntUj, hai returned to his rtnehe at Dillion, Montana. Mrsiiis.J.S. Hockek, D. II EJmts-- ' ton and E B. Ilayden leave to morrow night for a visit to the great Exposition at New Orleans. Mn James F, Bkazley, one of the Interioii JoutiNAL'a bwt Garrard frleuds called to res ua yesterday In company with Mr. Arnold. Mb. A. M. Fexaxd was in town this week, looking sow what feeble alter his long spell. HAcfferB iy tkJjMble realty and personal property IowtiJ atker col'& umn. MfW J. M. PjfiLfra xecelved as a birthday preeentthii week a beautiful pair of Japentse vases, all the way from Hair-leHolland, which were presented by A, P. Van de Water, who has returned from a visit to his faderlaud. Cait. F. M. Taylor, of the Pension Bureau, was up from Somerset Wednesday. He hat been transferred to the Harrisburg Pa , District, at his request, as he wants to be in walking distance of home when Cleveland marches him out of service. The Ciptaln Is a mighty clever fellow and almost a good enough democrat to stay In. n, I AM making a specialty of canned fruits and vegetables this season. Persons desiring such articles wilt savo money by pur chasing from me. 8. 8. Myers. poor, unfortunate creature, Berry was here again yesterday, half clad and drenched with rain. Burely his friends or the officers of the law should see that be is confined to an asylum of some kind. It is cruel to let him go about as he bow doee. That Pitman, We note that an item is going the rounds to tho effect that Bob Mack, the noted Kev. Mr. Zollars, President of the And the Louisville Lancaster Fcmalo College, wilt preach at Hush Branch at 11 o'clock Sunday mornCourier-Journ- al M. PEYTON, ing and will preach once a month thereOne year for only 8.1 two ptra for little after. more tban tbe price or one. A most remaikable faith cure Is reATTOUNEV AT 3LiA."W, ported in the Louisville lima. "Young By paying ui 31 you will receive for one year l, your home piper with tho the Walter Bentley has been a permanent and STlNFOUD, KY rcprcaeniatlvenewipaperof the South, democratic and for a tariff for revenue only, and tbe beat, to all appearances an incurable cripple for All bustcm promptly and carefully attended to. brightest and ablest family weekly in tbe United Office on Laneiitcr street. several rears, one of his legs being about llU-lStates. Those who desire to examine a sample copy of tho can do so at this oQce. five inches shorter than the other. lie has sought every means of relief, and the SEVT ADTKHTISEMEHTh. science of medicine has been powerless to effect even a partial cure in his case. Last night he went forward at the proper time and professed the necessary belief. Dr. Buckley then proceeded to the"laying on of On Wednesday night, January Zlat, a DARK hands" and it Is ctalmo 1 that an immedi- BROWN HORSE, 10 Tears old, 15 to 1C hands ate cure was the result and that the short high, short forelop, Icsg, heavy tall, marks ol limb was restored "whole ae the other." It collar and harneas raddle, newly abed all around. t O. ir. COLEStAS. is claimed that this was witnessed by num bers of people, and that on the strength of such irrefutable evidence many who had refused to believe la the "faith cure" have DA VIS, MALLOIIV A Co., Notice to Creditors. become its warmest adherents and most W. M. UOVVABD, AC, ardent devotees." This beats even our Pink Tbe creditors of W. M. Howard are herebv notl lied to produce before me at my office In tttanrord, Cottage record. Ky., their claims properly verified on or before honored us with their presence, our own cliizins turned out in marge snd gave them a good honee for which tbey got value received. Too much could cot be said in praiteof any meinlur of the club, to well did each one act his puts. Music was fur nished by the German string land, which was complimented by every one prerent. Several instrumental soloi were reedced by Miss Thompson which was highly complimented by the audience. The by Mid Sallie Fish and Bonfc Kathleen, George Stepbensor, received rounds of applause; also a vocal duet by same parties was highly appreciated by the audience, but a song "Just to please the boys," by Miss Irene Dillion brought down the houte. She is a splendid actress as well as songstress. As far as the negro minstrels were concerned, I have seen worse in Ciocincati or Louisville and I believe teat Crab Orchard can boast of more taleut in that line than any small town in the State of Kentucky. JUDGE THOS. Ii a candidate to (111 V. VAHXONi out tbe unexpired term cf I offer for I ale my Farm at Hanging Fork Bildge Judge E, W. riroTD, dee'd, ti County Judgs of Lincoln, suljrcl to tbo tc'Ion of the Democracy. on the Stanford . Ilustoovllle turunlke, contain, ing JH Land, 20 of Fine . Aug-juA ice r.iciioa Acrta beig vrt rich bottom land, all well fenced; plenly of water for ttock and domestic purposes. All persons are warned against pulling In grain, pasturing or meddling with tbli placeln any shape uulm authorized by mo, aj I will all tucb parties to the full extent of the law. II'. 31. 11RWEH, 103 It Bawllna, Wyoming Territory, All persons having claims fgilnit the estate 01 Waller Y. Owtley, Jr , are natlflM to pritent them, piopeily proven, for settlement; and Ihoio A. knowing tlieniielvci indebted to same eilite ire eirntitly request to settle within tbe next thirty darn. 4l3-THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL GEO. U, IIOPVEIt, Exr. For Sale!-"Eluo-UM- ; " pree-ecu- tc a, itch Notice I Grand Combination 3t Weekly Courier-Journa- m Courier-Journ- al Est ray! 16-- Iancoln Circuit Court. LAND. STOCK UNO CROP tbe 10th day of Ma.cb, ISM, or they will be barred. 416-S- rooster minstrel, who died the other day, J. F. Rigney sold to Robineon & Ware was born in Stanford. On inquiring we a lot of shoats at 1 cents. So far as we have seen the wheat looks find that no one here remembers the advent of such a person and the statement badly In this section. The heavy freezes seem to have killed a good deal of it and must be a mistake. ia looks colorless and weak. Col. W. G. Welch, as receiver, will be- what left We have something novel and nice gin at Crab Orchard on Saturday to aucfor our horse and jack advertisers, this sea- tion off $5,000 worth of goods belonging t eon. They are illuminated bills, pretty as W. M. Howard. For six Saturdays there a chromo and are very showy and catchy. wilt be auctions and in the intervals goods There were 100 mules sold on tbe will be sold at prime coil, giving the peodeal for their streets Monday at $85 to $200. Lyles & ple a chance to get a great Dykea sold 18.000 lbs. of tobacco to II. P. money. Rich-mon- d Thompson at 7 cents all around. Parted Again. Oar citixsns will reHerald. Louisville member the little The report of the Secietary of tbe drummer, Harry Itidgway, who brought Lynchburg Tobacco Association shows the his divorced wife here and married her a sales of leaf tobacco during January to be few years ago. Well, they have fallen out 2.100,000 pound -o- vereouble the amount again and for the second time the wife seeks for the some month last year. to be separated from the man she has twice The Cincinnati cattle market is firm nromited to love, honor and obey until at prices ranging from 2 to 0 cents. Stock-er- a deaih shall rart Itldzway publishes a and feeders bring 3 to 5. Hogs are a card to prove that she is alone to blame, active at 3 05 to 5 cents, tiheep tell readibut the public will not betieye it till better ly at 2 to 4 and lambj At 3 to 5. evidence Is produced. There should be a J. S. Moflett bought of Eld. Jas. Bal-lo- u law against granting the same parties di12 cattle at $45; 10 from vorce. It looks too much like trifling James Allen at $31 30; 7 from Mr. with the court's. ecrubf, at $20 and 2 from Q. A. Lackey at $40. Weights ran from 700 to MARRIAGES. 033 lbs. Miss Mellsea Eubanks, the handsome Tbe Signal Service wants to send out daughter of Mr. B. F. Eubanks, waa mar- its forecasts of the weather to all, the teleried at his residence yesterday to Mr. Pat- graph stations, so that the farmers can terson Underwood. know what Is coming and govern themIn Pocahontas county, West V., Ma- selves accordingly. To enable it to do so tilda McCarty, sged eloven years, waa mar- an appropriation of $100,000 is asked of ried with the consent of her parents to Congress. Samuel Ervine. It Is supposed there was Gfines & Cloud sold to White & Wila money inducement. As the marriage son, 23 mules at $117.50 per head. Tbe was againit law all parties will be prose- same firm bought and shipped to Columcuted. bus, Teen , 35 yearlings and 2 year-o-ld The preacher marriage rrfered to in mules. The yearlings averaged $C0 and Tbe young the our last failed of fruition. Sun. LOCAL MATTERS. lady seems to have promised herself to About 200 cattle on the market, all Wasted. 500 bushels of Irish pota- men the same week, and the preacher not told, quality fair and prices good, beet being a fighting man, backed out when he feeders 5:, 150 mules, cotton, from $80 tow. ilright & Curran. saw how things stood. We hope the other $150. Hone trade fair, only common ofIn Fon Rest. Desirable store-rooBaptist preacher refered to will have better fering, prices $7501125. Good crowd, day Stanford. W.P.Walton. luck when he gets ready to join tbermy of fair. Chas. Becker sold privately, 171 catA lot of extra good seannel p'ne fhor Benedicts. tle of 1,000 to $1,200 pounds weight at $5 log for sale. W.P.Walton. aris to $5 Kenluckian. DEATHS. I. red-head- t ir. a. ii'Et.cir, Matter Com'rL.C. C. NOTICES Remember ! hu that A. M. FELAND Three Tracto or (bo Homo Tract laud adjeia-lu- g That be wlthci to tell. on containing IS Acres, one CO and the other about 200 Acres all Ko. 1 Land In good state of cultivation. Also 183 Acres Mountain Land on Mason's Gap. Alts havlnc PARTIAL LIST OF are 20 bead of itull Calves trom je lo weanlings. This is the finest and beat colored herd In Over 100 head Red Short-Hor- n Withes to aell rr head. Among CO TO Cattle them there Fancy Groceries, nr Karr - bis part of the Htite, taking Into consideration the number. Not being In gcod health and wishing to settle ilp ray buslntat myself, will tell this property for leas than the same can be bought elsewhere. 416-3- 1 T. E. WALTON, THE CHEAP GROCER: Mince Meat, Krout, Oatmeal, Buckwheat Fkur, Macaroni, Chose, Crackers. Tea Cakes, Prunes, Cmranls, Citron, Gelatine, Corn Starch, Pre- A. M. X'ECAXO, eunfonl, Ky. A.T Masonlicimer's Restaurant OrrosiTK pared Cocoanut, Pkkles In Barrel and Bottles, Flavoring Extracts, Beans, Htmlny, 4c. DANVILLE, Meals are terTed at all bou a. Game always on hand and In lti Mason, oysters freab fish, ana similar delicacies served in all styles and en short notice. Look out for tbe sign ''Woodbine Kestau-ran- i" and call when you are hungry. ... Coost-Hocs- x oJTJPrlccs L.O'W of Course's KENTUCKY, Ti Oil-mor- e, F. II'. XASOSHEIMEH A CO., Danville, Ky. at law. J. U. TIKSLEV, ATTOasir at Law. v -- . s . , 8. B. DISHMAK, Attobkby DISHMAN & TINSLE7, 4 4 iTt. V. i -- HEAL ESTATE AGENTS - V- AKO ED1TOSS AND raOPKUTOW- 1 REAL ESTATE ADVERTISER, BAKBOU11VILLE, KY. Lands bought and told or exchanged, on hand Urg and small tracts ot ini proved or unimproved lands. Land titles Investigated and abstracts made. Will alto negotiate loani good real estate security. Charges reasonable. Coritspondeucs tollcltcd. to $80.-Winch- ester - m 25,-rP- m m a large assortment of uice, band made candies which I am tell" ing very low. 9. 8. Myers. 1 Of inflamatlon of the stomach and bowels, at 3 A. M , Wednesday, Mrs. Josle, wife of Mr. G. F. Peacock, of Hustonvllle, of McRoberta & Stags; is aged 37. Mrs. Peacock waa the only The store-roobeing beautified by the application to its daughter of 'Squire M. C. Portmen by his walls of frlsco piper. Mr. T. J. Bjslcy is first wife, who was Miss Joiie Blain, a sis tcr of County Clerk John Bialn, and Mrs. tho artist who is doing the job. have jast received CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Hi Dry Goods, Clothing, JUDGMENT SALE or- LINCOLN CIRCUIT C0UUT. DAVIS, MALLORY A CO. - 11 WE VEEN. UNDERTAKER, AND Three of her children her to the grave, but she still leaves four to sutler a mother's irreparable loss. Mrs. Peacock belonged to no churcb, but profeered religion under the preaching of Rev. Geo. O. Bunes and clung to the . . comfortj of his gospel. ..Sale. Uncle Peton Embrec has Bold last to tbe were interred in sweet Hustontbe bis farm, containing about 01 acres in the The remains suburb, on the Crab Orchard pike, to E. vllle cemetery yesterday morning, In the afII. Itarnside, at $100 per acre. All the presence of a large atsembly of friends, ter au appropriate addroia by Rev. J. A, distillery. former rights will be reserved to tho boys. Bogle. The robust figure and smiling counteThe Casey county woman, Mrs. Malia Died at 100. Dr. Christopher Colum- nance of the editor of the Lancaster Xcn Fiorrie, was discharged In the IT. 8, Court bus Graham, so well known in this county, was seen upon our streets last Tuesday, for selling liquor without licenie, although where for so many years ho had his He tells us he collected all arrearages and she plead rMIj. The amount sold waa summer residence, has at tho remarkable secured teveral new subscribers. Daws is only a pint and she did not know Bho was ago of 100 years and 1 months been called a clever fellow aud edits a newBy little violating tho lnw, to his lathers, ills lUUlli birthday was paper that the people of Garrard county by it grand banquet at the Lou should be proud of. OrEN. Commissioner II. 8. Withers has celebrated V. K. Argo isville Hotel last October, which ho seemed Dr. G. W. Bronaugh, of Stanford, was received a letter from Supt. stating that the colored department of the to greatly enjoy. In his latter years he telegraphed for Wednesday to come up and Deaf and Dumb Institution at Danville mado almost a ho buy of his lavonlo pas consult with Dr. E, T. Stephenson in the hunting, and there is cjco of A. W. Dillion, Tho doctors conwas opened this week with fivo pupils, and time, "specimen" Is ready to receive all col- scarcely a houao in this county that he has sider Mr. Dillion in n yery precarious conadding thnt he in search of curious geolocical dition nnd not likely to recover. Ho has ored children, who apply in tho regular not visited formations, Indian relics of every variety, been a greet sufferer for several weeks of a manner. tj Ac .which ho deposited inhis Louisville mu- diseased liver and other complications. The damp, rainy spell has put our side- seum. He was born in an old fort near DanTho East End as we are reliably inAt some walks in a fearful condition. ville and was nn associate of Daniel Boone. formed is likely to have a candidate for paints they eecm lo cover quicusand and Dr. Graham waa the father of Mrs. Senator representative) in tho person of Dr. J. D. ho who Ireads in such places runs the risk Jos. Blackburn and Mrs. Pcttue. While we would say nothing in And this reminds of sinking to his ears. Bramlette. He was an intimate friend of derogation of the two honorable gentlemen us that about tbo worat pavement In town Mr. and Mrr. President Lincoln. Two who are now candidates for that office, wo Is in front of n City Councilman's residence. hours before he died ho directed a letter to feel it our duty to say that we have known Why Is this thut? Secretary of War Ihbt. Lincoln, but the Dr. Pettus for tho last eighteen yeara and m That ingenious individual, Mr. Fleming contents ore unknown, Dr. Graham waa bclievo him to be an honorable, gentleman, O, Brady, has just completed a magrificent hale and hearty until a short tlmo ago possessing all tbo qualifications necessary cathedral clock, which ho carved out of when he made n tour of the State, ex- to make us a first class Legislator. Your correspondent had the pleasure various kinds of wood. It would make a hausting himself in so doing. His remains o fine ornanjent for any parlor nnd.n? not were brought to Danville forlniermrntbe-eid- at beinc present at the reproduction of those of his wife and now alter 100 "BetterthanGoId"br the C. O. Dramatic many people will wish to pay his price for haa concluded to raflla it at n yean he sleeps near the spot upon which Club, Wednesday night. Although we Bre it, $00, ho . sorry to noto that none of our neighbors dollar a chance find many are beln taken. he waa born. An eflort is being made to improve tbe singing psrt of the worship nt the PrenSy-tiria- n church by cran zing a class to be intruded by u master of music. It is a god move and ought to be succesiful, .1 -- J. B. Oieen. I The many frienda of Misa Annie Buchanan welcome her home again after a a visit of many months to relatives and friends In the East. Since lsst report K. H, Bronaugh has bought calves as follows. Of Mrs. Mary Owsley 2 at $2250 each, of nenry Cum-mln- s 5 head for $84.50, of E. Holtzclaw 3 head at $20 each; of Frank Chandler 2 at $19 each and D. V. Holmes 1 at $2050. Jeese O. For bought in Wayne county S3 bead of yearling steers at $l?o 00 per head and sixteen calves at $12.50 and put them on slop at Hatchings' distillery Wednesday. He now has C3 bead of cattle, big and little on slop at the above named W. M. HOWARD, AC. By virtue of an order of the Lincoln Circuit Ct In the above cause, the undersign) Kc:lver will on SATURDAY OF KACli MEGS, In Equity. A Full ami complete assortment or Furniture, embracing ev crjtlilug from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suites. Xe Beginning Saturday, Feb. 7th, need to go to the large cities to make your purchases, uo matter what quantify or qnallty you want, as I can ami will duplicate And ending Saturday, March 28, 168 commencing nt 10 o'clock a. u. promptly each day. aell at any prices you cau obtain elsewhere, freight being added. AIm public auction to he highest bidder fur CASH, a full assortment of Collins, Ca;cs, Shrouds and Robes, embraconly, a targe, iretu sua urn icircieu n.ts oi Dry Goods, Groceries, .Clothing, Boots ing nil the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware rooms i Iealei-- iix ITvii'iiitiii'e ! and Shoes, Hats, Notions, &c, store-room m opposite St. Asaph Hotel Stanford, Iy. of YY. M. Howard In Crab At the brick Orchard, Ky. A splendid opportunity la ofi'ered one to purchase goods at uom lnal prices. every will aljo Uirpt open each day Tho store-roobetween the weekly Saturday auctions and goods to purchasers for CASH st thtlr actual whole told talo cost without carriage. WELCH, Receiver. ir. N. II All ptrtens indebted by account to YV M. Howard will save costs by settling at once with lu Crab OrchW. O. Hansford at tbe YY. O. YY. ard. a. PLOWS! PLOWS! store-bou- se Corporation Notice! 1. Notice is hereby given that T. P. Hill, J. YY. Alcoru, J. E. Uruco, Jno. J. Mcl'.obertt, I. M. liruce, V. V. Owsley, A. A. McKlnney. YV. O. YVrlcli nnd 1. M. Mclloberts lave formed an incorporated Company under the provisions ol Chapter 66 of tho Oentral Statutes ot Kentucky, and have adopted and recorded nrtlcles of Incorporation In the Lincoln County Court CItrlc'a office. 2. Tbo namoof the corporation shall be "The Stanford Creamery Compan)" and lti principal office and pltce of buslncta shall bo In or near tbe city ol Stanford, In Lincoln county, Ky. 3. The general nature of tbe builicsi of tald rnrnnrailnn iliull be the i jrchi!B of crcaia and tho manufacture and salo of butter therefrom, and the iiirchacp, reeding and aa'o ot llvo stock to utilize AIH'"1U Plows, Limo Dayton Steel Plows, Champion Steel Plo wb, Champion Sulky '. Stone Plows, Lono Star Plows, Bissell Chilled Plows, Gale Chilled ,1 paldinono Installment when deaaoded by the Plows, Maysville Hill Side Plows, Malta Double Shovel directory, 6. The corporation alxll commence existence on Plows, Mmkle Double Shovol Plow.', Halls Double the 1st day or April, 18SJ, and aaall continue ti years. for the period of twenty-flvexist C. Tbe affairs or aald corporation shall be conShovel Plows, Minklo Pony Plows, Hall's ducted by a Roard of flvo Directors, three ol whom shall constitute a quorum lor the tr.nsactlon of Pony Plows, Malta Cultivators, Had Directors tball he elected annually lm nfTnl nf l EC Creamer' ... T 4. Tho capital atocs: 01 tuo corporation tnau no forty-fiv- e hundred dollara, to be divided Into shares of ono hundred dollars each, and shall be .. .... o Bald Directory thai! have power to select and employ tucb, other persons aa may be neceitary for tbe successful management of the affairs of the corporation. The Incorporators shall elect a Hoard of lilrcctors, who shall serve until their sucecssora shall havabeen elected und accepted theoUlce. builncu. on the 1st Monday In April, and shall annually electa President snd a becretsry and Treaaurer. Xo end to riows ! All Hinds or Plow I riows of nil sizes ! Plows at all Prices! Plows irom $2.30 to 50, FOR SALE BY 7. The highest amount of lndebtodneu of said corporation shall not at any one Urns exc-c- d one thousaud dollars. 8. Tho private propertr ol the stockholders ol tald corporation shell cot be liable for the corporate debts. J. E. BRUCE, President. t!C-JNO. J. Jlcr.OBERT3t6ec'y. w Also Wagons,' Farm- - Wagons, dealer luOlnrelcs, Cnrr!n8s, Surreys, Spring nantcrs, Harrow and jttl kinds of Ftrmliv Hacblacrj Machines GEO. B. .W3E JJRET, Agt ' W "i1 ynw wy i,SB lyjSTST s and shouted "From 1UU." Judges, Intvyors, ON xV STREET OAR. Is s tsndldsto for reproientUlreof Lincoln Jcoua-t- j, merchants, nil touted, "Frosb fish." Ono of subject to Iho sctlou ol tho democracy. ANDERSON, them came up to mo and said: "How are AIiEX. you!" "Pretty well," I wild. "Why did you SOME INTERESTING INFORMATION ATTORNBV A.W XAW, DAHV1LLE, KY JOHN II. MIULEIt not come sooner!"' be queried. Then FROM THE CONDUCTOR. an imaginary parson, bo saldt Will rrsctlco Id the CoutU of Bojlo snd sdjolulng la s candidate 'or rcpresentatlre or Lincoln coun LIBBY PRISON. oounuM na in so vourt "Jim, como tako tho gcntloman's baggage ahw. tr In the next Lszlilature, aubject to the action of tho democracy. and take him to room SO. Boo that bo don't Tbo Texas Sirtlng Man Com eras with j. b. ITS PLEASANT SIDE DESCRIBED BY want for anything." I was astonished, but Seion of the Montmorenctes THE GREAT" Ijaw, no Jim came. And Muter Commissioner Boekeaitlt ClrcultCour. CHAPLAIN M'CABE. llchatior of New Where shall wo sleep? was the question in MT. VKRNON, KY. York's lCfl'oto Aristocrat. Will rrscllce In the Bockcaitle Courts. Collec- ! Libby. I'll t your beads against tho wall. tions a ipccUlly. Offlc In o The placo was crowded nil around. AVo laid Men Wins Dili Nut Want it I'll ncr.il our ho ads against tbo door; I wanted to go Alex K. Sncet hi Texas SifluiRS.) Tlscy Died An Kxecutlou OMB P. HUFFMAN. to sleep I was weary with a march of 100 A great deal of interesting information AND PAPER HANGER. rderedCelebrating the rottrtli miles suddenly romo ono roared, "Right can bo obtained from stro?t car conductors. Offlco-So- uth side Msln btrwrt, two doors sdctb "Sweet Home." wheel P and every fellow hurried over on hU There is, it ho has not been bounced Fresco C ellln Paper Hanging Sneclaltr.3 All during the Myers Hotels leftside. Iaskodwhat that wai for. My tho last fow days, a very communicative wasn reOrders Promptly Attended to. Ad Pure Nitrous OxMs Q sdinlnlstsiei ICtMf Ky. next nolghbor said, "When your bones got conductor on a Third nveuuo car. If a passSTAsrosD, quired Boston Globs Cliaplain McCnbs numsed and instructed a sore and you tvont to turn you givo tho com- enger were to travel on his cor for a fow DB. W. D. PENNY. mand and all wheel over together." I had lUys and listen to all ho said, ho could not largo audience in tbo Orcoiio Avcnuo MethLook, Read and Remember DOUtlHt. seen military movemoutt In perpendicular help absorbing groat amount a odist Episcopal church for an Lour and a ball but never in horizontal before. Morning knowledgo about nun aud things.of Ivaluable TnTLU- - BTAHFOUD, KENTUCKY. that got on tho other ovenlng with an Interesting lecture camo. "ft e were conn toJ. to It made one feel his car at tho Cooper Institute. The car was Offico on Lncuter stroot. rext door Without Change and with Speed Unrivafed T. upon 'Tho Bright SIdo of Hfo In Libby dono to funny. It FionJotmsALotuc. urcca sdmlaliUreO Irl)ii." Tho lecture was made up of glean-big- s thero. Therowasnsn sutlersee that wo wero all not crowded precloly. Thoro was Iiatllloa hand with a choice lino of Cikrranil M.n4 1 to 8 r. u. Anesthetics w there,namod Stark, QUICKEST ROUTE AND SHORTEST U3i-ij- r. Dread, fresh at all timet. Also s troth Una of in except ono man, but neverthel- mxwsrT. from bis oxperlonco within tbo prison Ho wa a fiworlte. When his right cyo TaByaof all klnJs. I sin alM prepared to do inOU LOUtSVILU TO lilt ess, there was mjro room ou tho car watlx, aud hence bad genuine force, wit and baaing for customers. All orders for Klnj snd looked at you you could not toll w hero hlj platform than thoro was msldo of tho car. pathos. Ho said: When you hoard tho title ornamenting executed at short notice. cyo was ranging. Starks looko I nt me, Ho was 1 shabbily dressed man. wholookod of my lecture I imagine you said; ''Could left J, T. lt.tllMS. and said sometimos wo aro here, somotimos ns if be a STANFORD. KY. might be a laborer, and ho was holdthere- - liavo been a bright side to that lifol If wo are not I found out to otcapo was a th'ero was, it mint have been on tho outside." ing n mysterious parcel, which undoubtodli W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor PUlLHANCAnS Without chasga to dream by night, a conspiracy by day. Ono contained limburger chowa. CS-- aihtlHe, Jlampbll, Thoro baro been many dark stores related o( night some Nit having n Lllllo itock, Monltomery, Atlatta.aarannati. of tho mon escaped through a RBTSKSEXIS Jacksonville, Mobile, and New OrKsnt. that life, and I do not charge that tunnel, sixty feet long. More would have cold, I wont out on tho rear platform. Some BUs of StugeOxM. Elht ooni.lls sot of 8esa-er- r repairs were being in vie, and tlo streets they were exaggerated, but I shall eicaped, only n cspscltx, Including BlllT. Addreii fat man got fc BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Reasonable Atcio good sttrsctioni. you bhow we had happy days-d- ays was the grandest escopada ofjammed in. It wero being taken up. There was a fearful tho campaign. smell of sewer gas, but I noticed when we forgot wo were hungry, Cars Without Change. Loutitille, Kr., Clnclnoatl, O., and Indianapolis, In at nono When a man In J., dealers In Strlnway A Sons', Decker llros.'. days when we forgot wo bad not su:l!cbnt bltodbouuds. escaped ho was bunted with of tho tower gas arouin ventured InMdo of 1 havo seen Nero, tho head of Haines', J. A C. FlKuer, Vosa A W, llaMwIn A SHORT LINETO THE EAST that car. I stood on the rear platfrrm along clothing, days when we forgot all our sutur! Co.'s Cetlaje, Upright and 6iure l'lano Fortes; thorn, myself, I tried to cultlvnto a friend-thlfrom I. uisvlllla ralarCarswllbcutcban with tho conductor nnd the sewer gas, and ing, knowing wa wero playing our parts in alto the Katey, tihonlnger snd Haiulltou Organs. but did not succeed. A colorod man wo conversed Instruments tuld at price snd terms to suit purtho perpetuation of the republic. I was in Secklnir homeaontha PMinDANTC line of this road will This nolle forewarns hunters, fishermen snd chasers. Don't gtre your orders till you gt our "I supposo somo very quoar jwople travel He was bravo too told mo thero was no trouble getting rid of Siftllory's command. LllllUnfln I 3 DanTlllo, Ky. prices and terms. tho hounds. All you had trsmpsnotto trespass on our UiiJj without was to receive special low rates. procecutcd bravo and got Into trouble. Ho wos look- bolo with your heel, fill ti do cayennedig a on tho Now York street cars!'1 si all such sets r liable to U Seo Agsnti of this Cmny for tales, routes pi-peit r.lth ing for fight and got It. Wo were at Win"Well, I should ray .... ,a . . Ac, or write C. P. AlMOHf, 0. P. T. A. and when tho dog snlTjd it ho woulJ with tho Now York so. I have more troublo to the full ltof the HUnloni. tkT jureuiiwiiKi. .u,R...., (ion. Ijoo undertook to transfer chester when aristocracy than with LuulsIM, Kv. College. (') (Jus A W. M. MtCormacr, givo up the rur.ult. D. McKlltrlck anybody else. Now, by right, I ought to bo tho scat of war to tbo north. The south A. W. Carpenter, Wo 1I.T. llmh, prison and had tirodof it there. Tho cry was, "On to tho lessorstarted a school In tl eLatin and Greek. in sympathy with tho aristocracy, but I'm F. BfM, C lllahop, HTANFOltD, KY. in German, French, Ui Hubble, not. Frojjerly speaking I'm n duke myself. It. Cobb, north." Editors took it up, and thoy know and wo had a law school. The only graduato F. II. Rhodes, O, you needn't t mile. n great deal about military matter. Then wns B. F. Black, If it hadn't Loan for HlMlne Kelty, UK. W. C, MeCormaex, a member now of litocher'f tho Vith a Full Corps of Toachors, tho orators took It up. Mr. Toombs, that revolution, instead of pulling B.O.A J. F.uorer, M. n. i.Ttlc, (J. U Carter church. Wheu I left tho prison ho told me ti this French I'd ba strap, J. W.Weatherlord, most oicquent southerner, croatod sucn n tell wearing a dukoly coronet T. J. Hill, a Win. Ilurtoa, This Institution will optn Its Fifteenth Bcailon public sentiment that Leo was compelled to not goyoung lady in Cincinnati that bo woull right now." C Vanoy, on the 1st Moa Jay In September next. to collego again, but would marry h. t J. 8. Murphy, Houto J. A. llarri. go ahead to transfer the fighting to tin other "You don't say so?" lllll. J. M. Mc.MIstcr, P. W. Carter, as soon as bo got borne. I did so and sho "Fare, if you please," continusd tho scion Ed. Carter. tide of the Potomac. J. It. was glad to hear It I mot her nftcrward ok ALL TUK BRANCHEa OF A J. D.Jones, In our command wero four musicians. Fulton street Ho of nobility, as a fat woman got on the car. T. J, Feeler, N.Y. had carried out the pn J. Q Siontgomery White, They had been serenading our general, and gramme. "Yes, I am a ichu. A Freuch dukely fam- T. M. Marcum, O. A. Renict, Wo started a weekly paper. Ever THOnOUCHENCLISHCOUnSE lio was so pleased that ho wus ju.t about t" ily might claim nn for a scion if it hadn't H.K. ltutscll, W. K. A mon 71 s only SSto runnisi M.T. Sunday we camo together to hear it res.l. II J lUrst. mako a speech w hen n scout came in nni beon'oxtermlnatod. My real name is DeMont-morcnc- l, A. I). Newland. Are taught, u wall as Tho articles wero written on all tprts of A ; NewUnJ. announced that Leo was coming with his PULLMAN HEW SLKEFIKO CARS but I changed it to Smith. AVo 8. W.OlTena. tyr) in ink and in pencil. Tho crowd wo ild wholo army, and it was time for us to git lost everything during tho French rovolu- - Jas.II.PrewllU ilUBIO. THE liANOUAQEt, DUAW-IN- Q roar with laughtor nnd tho guiil woull siy: uou. out All agreed it was timo to got out, ex- "They are having n good time." Wo resolved AND I'AINTINQ. mi my ancestors except myself wero beheaded. cepting JIallory. Ho stayed to fight, lio But, ns I was sayinj, I'm down not to have our funeral before wo died. on aristocrats. Ever since I've sojn the way HARPER'S PERIODICALS, had ia.000 men. Lo3 bad 120.0W. We hart Ono day wo wero called down-stairseviraoM aristocrats bohavo here in New York I've six cannons; Lee bad 2S0 piocos of nrtillory. enty captains, nnd two cnaplains. There was soured on them." Yet JIallory proposed to stop nnU fight Wo a range from 923 to HO in th IiOulNTlllc,Cliu'liiiiHtlan4lIt?x In Tuition, prices little table with n box rXE TEAS. liiKton, Hy "AVhat do they doP went out to feel our way. Wo wero driven two men must bo eolectcdon it; wo woro told regular Departments, rrtuary, tift, Intermedial for oxocution. Wo ?t 00 130; 1'itparalojy, f 10, and Collegiate, ISO. VceVly .m......... back with groat.loss. Wo got behind our were "They are no good. Ono day last week u Harper to pick out tho names from tho box. lady . 4 00 intrvucbmaiits. Los scorned to fight us. He The names wero Sawyer dreod in silks and satins, and woarlflg Harper's Mtcaslne and Flynn. They .... 4 00 got on tho cir. Sao did not oftVr Harpei'a Bur. For fall particulars, as to Boar J.Ac., address kept on tlu road bait Ave mllei away, were snt to tho dungoon and we were sent diamonds, .... 2 00 MKN. S. V, ThI'F.IIKAIIT, lTltldpnl, Connecting In same depot with Cut trains foi to pay her fare. 'Pvo pall my fare,' says Harper'a Young Pejple ... we had a gun that carried shell thatdis-taucSUnford, Lincoln Co., ky. We wrote to and when thoy exploded they mada it Lincoln. Ono of our a lettor who President she, very haughty. I said that she wasn Harper's Franklin r'quire Library one ytar, was exnumber 10 CO ....- uncomfortable. Mallory kept it rod hot nil changed that day put it In on tho solo of his liar, so she handed out n nickel. ( numbtri)... You wouldn't believo that womn dros.-o-d day. Oen. Buell charged us with Jackson's boot He took it to Lincoln. Fitz Lie Hugh liko TostMe lre to all aubscrlbers In the I'nlttJ The Direct Route toLynchbare, Dan coriw, the greatest the rebels ever had, but and Capt Wyndor, son of the man who or- that would try to iss off a load nickel ou a Htttf or Canada. it never won a victory after tho low of the dered the execution, had been captured. Mr. ixwr street car conductor, but that's wlrct ville. Horfolk. with first n1n,. Afihn Weekly brslnWhen the lime sbodid. She did not succeed, however. I ti.. for Jaouarr of each ysar. great general Wo wero charged. We were Lincoln ordered them placed in tho no e don't have to look at lead nickels to dotect number understood thai tn sub- raw recruits. Mallory thought wo would i...i.ntinifl II will be at Fortress Monroj and sent them. All Virginia And North Carolina the nuioUr next commeBCS I flinch. Ho went nlong the Hues saying: word vou them. E. H. BURNBIDE, ti Wynder that if Sawyer and Flynn wet your can tell by the feel ofwill stickIfto acrlbersi.wishes n rf inr. with A Points. .r.a iui HAklnl . i,.srai' "Keep cool." That was good advice, but wero executed, Hugh nnd AVynder would thumb, good uionsy For tickets sod Itirlber lulmwaUM. apply It lirt volumes of the Misitlne begin with the Tbo your ncarret ticket tSct.u aJii'PM our hair would rise. If you had hoard that shnro tho samo fate. They were not executod. Liko bad mm bad money Is slippjry. Her numbers tor June and December ot eaeh Jeer. Woll Known W. J. itaaa, 11 will U, W, AltKOLI), rebel yell you would nover forget It. When When we first heard of the battlo of nickel was slippery, so I told her to k op It When no time is speclfled. to bgln withutderstood This Old AdTerllilo Agt , the cur-reTlrket and 11. Ast JBIaintaina its and drop it in tho plato at church. Then Mio tbst the subtcrlber wlshei you we tho weapons pointed nt you, deterHotol Gettysburg wo heard tho Union army was UU3 lour III Ate.. IasiIhtiIIa, Kt number. mination on every feature, with tho prestige icaien. sie wero an sick, uut when we gave mo a good nickel I was glad when O, W. NM1TII, High II. W. VVl.l.f.H, be msde by PoatolBes Money tUn'l Maqaser, r),H fttft of victory after victory, it is enough to mako heard the correct roport there was sudden sh.o left the car. I was afraid sho would e Rfiulltances shouldaTold chance of Ion. AND a Order or Dralt, to KlrhmnnH Vlreinla your hair stand on end. 'Newtrapersare not to copy this sdrestlsra'cnt resurrection aud tho air rang with our ongs. pick my pocket Now if wo had a monarchy Iti Proprietor it Determined that The general also said: 'Fire low and We wanted to celebrate tho Fourth. Wo and that kind of a woman happoned to bo a without the express older ol Itatper A Brothers. AdJtcis HARPER A BROTHERS. Nw York. it Shall be Second to no Gonntry fire often." That was t;ood advice. It had no flag. "Wo cast nrojnd. Finally nn queen, what n hatd timo of it wo conductors Hotel in the State in iti Fare, takes 4,000 bullots to kill a man. The inventive geniii3 mado ono out of blue, red would haver" KENTUCKY CENTRAL fi." Appointments, or AttenTIIBCCWIVATOR "Do tho dudos ride niuoh on the carl" reason is men fire over each other. At and white. On tho g85 1831 lnorauij of tho Fourth tion to Comfort of "Not much, but therj was one on this car Gettysburg of n million musket i it was nailed to a raftor ou tho root. A "illuo-OruH- K Koulc." their Guests. wero going thres days and only uO.OJO men guard saw it nnd ordered it taken down. yesterday. He acted ns if ho owned the car. COUNTRY GENTLEMAN ! Bhorlostauil Quickest Boute from Oen wero hit. You don't know that. You hear Gn. Dixbad said: "If any man dares to Ho was dressed in the height of tho fashion. tral Kontncky to all Points North, THF. BEST OF THE such a terrible nolso that you fear every ojo take down that flag, shoot him on tho spot" Thero was an old woman in tho corner of the DssBate wlllbeeoaseied ti sad from the de free of charns. Kpeelsl accomsaoUtloBi But, West nnd Southwest. will be killed and you tx. But thoy obeyed We did not want to bo shot, so we did not car. She was poorly dressed and had a The liar will to ComrserclalTrarelers. Fast Una Hlro black eye. Sho looked as If she was on the AGKICDIaTUKAIslYEEKIalESi1 tho order, aud I am glad.tboy did. We bold tako it down. Tho guard did. But wo always sappltsa wua a caoicsss shady side of a century. AVoll, as sure as I the position thrco days till our ammunition LEXirVGTOW aV CI.VOIiVXA.TI kraads of Llqaors aad Clears. all day. Oentleman l the letdlng Journal am descended from the Montmorencles, that ol The Country gavo out. Then at 2 o'clock in the morning, frhe-lulIn ElTeet Oct. IS. 1114. American Agriculture In amount and practiOu the 8th wo heard Gmnt was In Vleks-burcprrespon-U'ncTad. M.rk. HCKKAt'N Nl'KCiriC, juno to, its!, uorses were uttcuod ana wo Wo shouted nnd sanz. AVo learned dude mods tlw old lady got up nnd stand, cal content. In extent and ability of of publics-lio' i tr-- i In quality it paper and siyle tried to get away. Not a buckle was there tj that the greatest coincidence of the war was whllo he took her nice comfortabls seat in dfiPn tlhe drent English Rcmcdj, It occupies tho hrt rank. Ills bel eyed to sst8f3 838 33 ts : il tr. r r r o rattle, not a soldier spoke a loud word. There tlxat when our flag was being taken down tho comer. AVhen I leinonstratol with him hare no superior In either of the three chief dlris-loi- u is nothing so solemn as going through an the Confederate Hag was being hauled down ho said ho had a right to take her seat as sho of Iaaposltlrocure for Weak Memowas enemy's country, expecting every moment a at A'icksburg. A rebel guard ry, Loa of Uraln I'ower. Kerrous laid: "Walt Now,his great grandmother, and so sho was. Farm Crotn runt ProccxHtn, Ezbauslloa, tmlnal Weakneas, just suppose a fellow like that should shoot of flame to open upon you. Marching n few days and you Yanks will laugh on tho Horticulture djFrtilt'3roirlii0, Impotency, and General lxss of S Si CSS ? 8 5oi a5 alcnj an ofllcor whispered to me, "Chaplain, othor sldo of your faco." Shortly after we happen to to born a king. I have no Use for fAre Stock ami VulrutuB! I'ower ol the Ueneratlre Orjani; what did you do with that tent I lontyouP won another battlo and tho man looked nt people who dress fit to kill tnd who scent while It Includes all minor departments or rural an. I all illiMies thai fallow ai a ustert uuns;. qaenco ot youtniui impruiienc or What difference did it makol Why should tho guard saying, "I am laughing both themselves up with cologne. Pm a com- Interest, such as the Poultry Yard, ntomoloi(y, ping, Oreen Houoe an.l drapery, ! mS '"- tho eiceu ct matured years, such Tr4 M.rf. !f ho thus jeopardize our safety! I leansi over sides of my faco now." munist I have got ducal blood In my veins. e Replll-s- , Farm Questions aa 1 Answers. as I'niTcrsal Lnssltn le.raln In tbo I'm a friend of ths workiugman." and said: "I folded it up and put" thou and a summa- lac, l)lmnea of Ylslo'i, l'renia- Reading. Domestic Economy, AVe got up a singing society. Had a grand " j -vri'sn-a-ow i "I expect you havo to lojk pretty sharp to ry of ttw newa of the week Its Market Reports turoUM Az.andmtnr otrsra.s-theio caun n flash, followed by tho bullets of chorus every day. Tho Lost singing was ? B S 5 H S j e a ?B BE 3 B are unusually complete, and 1.11 h attention is ease that leid to IasanltrorCon avoid being cheated," I remarked, o the onemy. I ran one way; he the other I "Sweet Home," with 5O0 voices. There we the crops, as throwing unnnllAn. In all niMOI loultlc to the prospects ol "Yes, a New York conductor ought to have paid unonone of the roost Important ol all ium- - Weaknces the HpeclOo acU like a , met him tivj years afterward in Ohio. I sat on the floor singing it Some of us from t I I i llnht u""a y I'SMBg 8SSJJS ?P ran up to him an J finished my sentence, toll- homes on Fifth avenue, other from log eyes all over him, just liko a pertator." tlons irAcnloy aiw( li'Aex to MIL It Is chirro, restortns teas or fading; vig' Illustrated, and Is Intended to supoir, In a There is no telling a'9'Ofl TJ'O'OTJ'O ing him where I put tho tent That was the cabins. Ono midnight, wLon the eye a brilliant ? tho stnccatj mation I might have how much more infor- continually Increasing degree, and In he beat or, (Wins to beauty, to the cheek, SBSfSST7Q9IIBBt& and aparkllns P 3BBBHH Toiigost timo it ever took me to tay what I snores nnd obtained, if tbo work. batso profundos wero all hard at the rosy Uooom of health. After Taking-sense of the term, a wanted to. it, a man jumpod up and said, "I have a con- ing man had not como out to stand on tho Is sold all Druggists at "Murray's LIVE AGRICULTURAL PAPER, tt perpacksge, Specific packages byfor IS. Also by Vo belonged to ths One Hundred and undrum." "AVhatisitf" all shouted. "'AVhy platform becatuj it was sultry iusido of the li or six st8U to Mli car, eo ho said. I dismounted from tho car, Twonly-socon- d great, mall, postage free, on recelplof price. Although Country Oentlemsn has Ohio, one of the grandest is Libby prison liko a church V Becauso it Is STFull particulars In pamphlet, which will be and as I lookod back I saw tho working man ly enlarged by Increasing Its aire from IG lo 20 regiments ever recruited; Orj monwent in a placo of prayor and fasting." BJBB? terms continue as heretofore, mailed free to erery appllcaut. Address all ,serrlco with Grant from the Itapldan to ooiwiimm j nn. o mSSub Ono day tbo surgeon came in, looked at picking himself and his choose un out of the ps?e weekly, the In adrance; One copy, one to the sola manufacturers. wheu nald strictly CO., 'Petersburg; woro in all tho great fights in my tongue, and ordered mo to tho hospital. street, from which I Inferred Uiat Duko De year, SV.IO; lour plw, 110, and an additional JtUltlt.l V MRDIVISECity, Mo. Kansas tho valley; wero with Grant again, around TberJ I saw tho borrow of Libby prison. Montmorencl had ejoctcd him from the jdat-for- copy fur the year froo to tha aender of eluo; ten Sold In Stanford by Penny A McAllster and all copy for tbo year copies, 8."0, nnd an additional '3BHBB0 ! i HB'bB 5BE5B ' ' Petersburg and lUchmond. Only 15) mon I wient ddwn in tho vnlloy of doath. Four Druggists erery where. free to tbo sender ol the club. wero living when it was mustered out Thoy surgeons said I could A Co., Wholesale Asen ts. A anil's rsvraa not live; but 1 OJTAll new subscribers for 13SJ, paying In ad. Tlio Cholera's lZgg. r LoulsTllleKy. sc--r' fought themselves to tho death, and if ill J. I was formally discharged. I was rancenow, will rcceire ths paper weekly, from Fj TFS I'nll Mall OazeUo.) i ri our receipt of lbs remittance, to January 1, 1SU, tho war and continued n year longer, noco taken by ambulance to a steamer. Thero The depth of tho ignoranco of soms without charge. of them would liavo been loft alive. Somo wore men from Andersonville and Bell9 Isle. Italian populations has been curiously Specimen copies free. Address of the captains were shot through soven I was given a plow of steak and a potato. & MISSISSIPPI R. W. under tho cholom eplilemlc. llio IA1TIIF.II rtCKEH JSi HOS, fubUshera times, and when tho, war was over Tho wouderj of tho Yo Somite failed to conduct of tho prefect ot Rfgjlo, Albany, N. l it seeing, the ' old battered colonel was gathorod move me as tiny did. Ouo of tbo mm was so surprising Tho Direct Iloule lo up In a blanket I was left behind with shoutel when 1 got his rations, "All this resign his pest, on that he was called ujwu to which ha retnarkod "that TO IIAV HloLIH THE LIVER MUST 8E KEPT IN ODDER. tho doctor. We bold a council of war. Wo is God's country." ho could not deny tho of the state.9(5 .decided tp stay wIUi the.lck aud wounded. The rebellion cost 400,000 lives, but their ments which had been truth made, but Wigbt a pass from Gon. Early to go ovor tho deaths accomplished moro than tho lives of man in a provineo of idiots could .that ono aSSSSSS ,RS not stem k ftS88 Northwest and Southwest by the way of field on 'parole. Wo got fifty ambulances scientists, learned mon nnd discoverers tho current of folly." lis then recounted and carried 1,'JOO wounded mon to Winches- togothor. Oo3 ble3 tho Republic. May its fco.no illustrative anecdotes ,E BBBB BBSBBB) EJJ: LOUISVILLE or CINCINNATI. of ter Thon wo went to Early and said wo future constantly brighten bonoath the sky. fallowing Is ono: A wag as a joio which tho placed two would like to go through tho linos. Helooked 'H Cbaltsnooga SStiSgg'Sg SS i 'Cgs a whlto ono and a blackeuod one o All Trains Ia'tId and CincinnatilorLightup at mo and said: "You preachers have mako aionuincntnl Nerve. to I. daybreak, nt tlu door of a houso and direct lonnectlon at thosa tolnta wlih tbo ilona mora than anyono elwj to bring on this "Voices" in St. Paul Pioneer Press. FSBSBB.SBlgEl , l thon roused tin inhabltanti and told p -- , ning Cipresi on the Ohio A Mississippi for tit war. I will send you to Richmond." "But, Speaking of Albert Pulitzer the other oven- - thoy had tho cholora at tho doorthem '"-- (j Louis snd all points West, tho j jT ! i j "pr ' """"I S3, j said I, "it is ISOmiles to Ilichmond, ing, Leander Richardson said: "Taut man choloru'seggsl BSSiSaj M1 Only from LoulsTllle or flncln- T n TT.. and ouly thirty to Harper's Ferry, and wo is the monumental nerve. Yoars ago ho was Tho terror of the por people was frantic. XU HULllb natf to bt. Louis, being two hours would rather g" there." lie said to me: reporting on a New York daily. You rei saU j Tho syndic was immediately summonod, and lulckrr thsu any other line, glrlng our passengers 3336 LULL? "You baro boen shouting 'On to Richmond' member Ahon tho Gould-Fis- k time for meals and tint choice of ats In trains and tho En- ho ordered tho carbineers to l tl. going West. for' a lonj time, and to Richmond you shall glish bondholders of Erie held their famous II. cut. for UrCapliIaUaalllts canied kyTrpl4 house, whllo tho authorities took countel as g go." We went there. Ih.Urer, Dr'P1. Comilp.il.., Mlluui'tii, meeting in the Grand opera houso. The to nhat8hould be done. Itwaidocldod that a Ju.llc.,lle.ilwliS,SbUrl..Ubun.tliiii,le. li rtu!t, 12Hours Quicker llntowtli, poMfl,. IHHok). id4 itr.Djth.tn Ih. ir.tfm. lists going by way ,f Cbloago. Finally westod ouUIdo tho walls of Libby faction entered by different doors, the long polo with a net attached to It bhould bo laSBBBBiEB BSBBBBtlBB ' inl.tU.abi.riSILVBSUIUVK. Thaiudo(TMIIi.on-Ul- f being for them to moot opposite tho prepared, and this, with Ttffaon, waiting for some ono to come out to every precaution, f ro. in inti iu alt tf nifjui will tall j uu 111 ttpkUlleu. notify us to como In. A gentleman finally center aisle, 'take partners' nnd walk to tho was placed under the eggs, which wore thon amo out aud Invited us in. There was a stfago arm in arm. Gould hoaded his carried In full procession of syndle.carbinior. big book on a table. Ho said it was tho contingent, and Al Pulitzer, watching his aud townsmen to the Cauipo Sauto, whero KoTRTnvb--oir Noam. Hound. I chance, pushod tho English milord who was the cjgs were solemnly interred Always makes registry iwoic of Libby hotel. Wo roglstanxl under a Ex. 8uo. Ks. Bun. Wo wero taken in another room and to wane with Dim aside, hooked bis arm with thiclt layer of quicklime. The "cholera's Con Lre Corlnztan. searched. All we possessed was taken out of J;iyd dexter wing with tho remark, sotto eggs" being thus buried tho city breathed 'i 00 p ta " Lexington 7 2.il in 4 SO pn our pocket i. If worth nnythlng it was kept, volco 'Mr. Gould, how is this, anyhowi" freoly onco more, and syndio and soldiers reTil E0MLY TRUE p if not it Wis returned. I bad Arr MiiiVrVbuTg":::: ;..;.:: f l a mll 5 7 u in That is a and nctually got an interviow on routo to turned to their quarters in roace. With all Lines at rv.rii.i tho stage. As Pulitzer expects his reporters vast sum for a preacher to havo. I will p " Johnn:.:::::::::::::::::;;- :- g j? hov I bad it. It was not tn!n9. I bad lo havo cheek equal to his own, bis ftubordi-hate- s Wlint Iho Keporter Need oil. g S' ? SS E St. Louis and Intermediate Points, do not regard their placoj as sine- itintruit for the boys, who gavo It tome fArkansaw Traveler. No. 6 forthoir wives, thinking I would got safely :uros." KoToT Burcbley," talil tho managing editor to a No Ferries! NoOiuuibUHTrHiitv Dally through the lines. I said to tho man Dally reporter, "you will doubtless bo a great Didn't Know tho Stairway. Hz. tun, Kr, bun i'ers! "That cWt belong to mo." Ho said "i newspaper mnn somo day, but at present you Exchange. Snow it It belongs to me." He gavo mo a 8 41 a in 1 20 p rv JfrTiiie Connections tin Jo In Union Depot, HI. Louis, LT? Johnson. ,. , Two friends aro seated before a table cov write too plainly. This is a great oversight receipt for it and whoa I came away I was 39 pn with trains ol lines gflng West, Northwest and HOau 2t 4.1 pm " Carlisle on your part, "What you waut is a compos7 '.'I a mi "AA'o must go Southwel. givcu $700 Confederate raonoy for it It took orod with empty bottlos. itor to stand ofT and frown at your copy. 7 41 a m a 03 pm ." Mlllersburg. II you are going West to any Ipolnt, call on or Arr Paris 000 of that money to buy a pair of boots homo to bed," Bays ono. "Not without 'dryH 10 a iu Without this recognition of geuius you 3 3Jp m wiuo to tne unurrsigued. " Lexington 9 10 a m 0 (0 li w and $1,000 to buy a barrol of Hour. I was ing' another bottlo," roipondod his compan- never make a reputation. The printers can For lull and reliable Information In regard to can ciTington .... FACTS REGARDING II HO a m 8 .15 n m I can't get drunk almost read your copy, Burchluy. oook for twtnly men. I mado soup. When ion. "No, not Land, Ac. in tho Western States, Maps (Juldos Don't bo Notic-Tr- ain nmi 1 and lowest special rates lor Tickets and Household it ran low I put in more water. I wanted torafewdavs vnt." "WhvP No. 8 runs dally from Knoxvilln havo moved and am stopping with a friend." so careless. Got you a blacking brush and Uools to all points West call on or address Winchester ' to givo it a home tasto ouo day and put In an II. AL801', (.Ulaslssippl lUllwsy. not via and Lexington lo CoYlngtoD. vuu no uoesn't want you to get tight i" write your Immortal sentences ou a pine the BLOOD, regulato .,n,1?,.run, Tla and Paris and onion. It cost $5. Tho boys thought it It will nnrlrV and enrich Passenger Ag't Ohio A. Winchester and Paris KIDNEYS, and TcihtoiiB TUK "No, it's not him; It's tho stairways. I don't board. If you can't find one sit on the fence th. Livksj cheap. Ilarrodsburg, Ky Train No. J Is dally oxcept Hunday between Ler. till wo call you." know them yet, and thoy aro awful steep." W. W.PEABODY, W. B. 8IUTTIC, diseases renulrlniracerlaliid cdlcleu TONIL, LFnoxTllin.dlW'',,'Ul "d,,"y Tbo uext man searched was a1 colonel from Pres't and Oen'l Man'gr, Oen'l Pass. Agt, Xtlsted. linn Lnnk or btrviirt i, etc.. Its uso Is marked flew York. He had $700 hlddon about blm. 0. W. J'.UUS, Central Passenger Agent, Exasperating. ."7 except Bun. f n.Si0.1? Cincinnati, Ohio. More than 0,000 poople were turned out of muiclRi mid nerves rcclsq uey force, tnllrcus Thoy said, "Colonel, have you any money?'' " Nil M,V.ily" except lEzchansc.J 'Bunday, xlngton 0 10 k m. doors in Ireland for of ront Iho mind and supplies knew ho had, arid I wondered if he would J' Wxlnglon suQcrliiK from ull complaints A cl030 observer says that nothing exasper- during tho quarter ending Sept. 20. P B arrive Paris 8 18 pm. bo forgiven for lylog. But ho ulldn't lie. ates woman nocuiiariouicirsux milium in nil iine.'"-No-i. s and 4 run via Wlnrh..i, a who has been shading her eyes rTssHss? MIA Mw, wlthVullmaa IBON OWlu isaaio aim --.uuy DR. HABTEtt'S Jio said, "Lioolc and seo." They didn't eoo, from tho gaslight with her hand all the evon-fnTho wedding feast at.thoi first' Astor wed, ,, w How I blessod xal tbo $700 went mo sironseiK irsiiiuwny iuno so much as to find that after all sho had ding . in Now York was couponed of bier RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E tUnTKH's lno. Tonic Is that freiuei t Urn. I borrowed somo afterward. We left her best diamond ring on tho washstani. anusausages. 4rowin' sixats and ba favorite nreacrtntlon nf nn. nf hi wtttsestilrj.' 'A fe'aalnonirpriso ftWAlted ftVortheorlaluK 'SfSIrioted and succeastui ipedallata In tho U, a rt.nnt us. I hftd conjured up a picture of men dead IBOW rriirrujiuriuncureoiivi rvov m Dthutlu. faasmlrnTC m " ' rAI " ""TLE3EY, Co.V ertdren rfflond jmmt BUILOII'3 CATAP.RU REMEDY, a posIUto "WHY WILD YOU iJoujU when BhUoa'a Cure Mn ,ssad tlytefreariworn and sad. Thero trua lmZir'.i.itf.ojj' in, toTh?Dfe IJarter IUX3U." 3 Inplal jfoHnoixi. ss m3tnrMm anu MMmvay, neni C. W. SKITrf, ' nsealedenvelopeVee.JJrugclsiscaiitlllle end osuful loOroiatloa.liM., lol ; curs for nUo on evory.faco and a shout jaaxt out ai . jr. w.IK.V,Urr,I?,n,' K Catsrrh, Dj phi!,rls d Canker Mouth. wllIglreimmJlaterelU(7 Price oOcsndlt. for Address DR. WArtD & CO., UulsUas, Mo. inAu Ttsne 19 mn CIalk rv AL1 Oeeersl Msntger, v u. 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