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NO. 77, To All Whom If May Concern On account of the dissolution of our present firm, to take effect January 1st, 1886, we have and are COMPELLED TO REDUCE OUR LARGE STOCK And realize all the Cash we can. In order to make quick work of this matter, as the time is short, we will offer every article in our store AT AND BELOW COST FROM THIS DAY TO DEC. 31, INCLUSIVE. We intend to work a few weeks for the glory and our loss will be your gain. Never, never were such Bargains in CLOTHING, DRY I BOOT HOES.HATS.GAPS, LADIES' & GENTS7 FURNISHING GOODS Offered before. It is a forced sale for a few weeks, where the word profit is left entirely out. To quote prices for every article in our stock would take more room than we have on our paper, " but here are a few to give you an idea what we mean when we say at and below cost: GUTS BY 3 MP'- BF:&wm , r ' vHSHMPv Good Calico Best Indigo llluo Calico Good Blenched Cotton Fruit of tho Loom Cotton Groat Western Cotton Good Brown Cotton Beat Plaid Cotton Beat Gmghanis Beat Dress Ginghams Good Bed Ticking Boat 10- -1 Shooting Good Heavy Canton Flannel Good Bed Comforts Good Corsots Klass & Levi I yard Largo Bed Spreads yard Flannel (He per yard Men's Undershirts 7Ac per yard Men's Canton Flannel Drawers Gc per yard Good Jeaua 5c ier yard Ladies' Nice Vcata 7io per yard Ladies' Custom made Button Shoes .,..7Ac er yard Boots, calf akin 9c per yard Ladies' Call Button Shoes Sc per yard Ladies' Button Shoes 20c per yard Ladies' Front Laco Shoes 7Ac per yard Men's Boots, whole stock 75capieco Ladies' Fiont Laco Calf Shoes 10c each Ladies' Rubber Overshoes All-Woo- 2c per 6c per l A 75c each 10c per yard 25 c each 25c a pair .lCc per yard 40c each 82 to S3 50 2 81 50 81 25 Rubber Overshoes Best Cotton Batting Ladies' Hoie Men's All-wo- 7c a pound ' 50c a pair 25c a pair S3 15 Men's Nice Suits Men's Jeans Suits Men's Nico Suits All wool Suits All-wo- ,? to $8 T 820 W oO K Pants . SI 25 SI 75 81 35 30c a pair Boys' Nico Suits Boys' Nico Suits Children's Nico Suits Children's Nico Suits Children's Nico Suits 0c to Men's Nico Hats Coats Men's Good Jeans ; Good Jeans rants Full lino Ladies' Circulars and Newmarkets at very low prices. fd 81 75 82 10 w o 83 oO 1 00 .85c Ladies, dont' spend a dollar for Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, &c, till you have seen our goods and heard our prices. Don't delay; remember this is no old trash we are offering, but FRESH, NEW, STYLISH GOODS. All bought this season. to give We will only sell at these prices at Retail and to no merchants, except for thier own use. This is .done every one a fair chance at these bargains. SPECIAL ISTOTIOE COME EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH. You can save on every purchase at least 25 per cent. Stanford, Ky Nov. 26, 1885. KLASS 6 LE VL u jmr Sem MefklylBifriorlonruall -- LEEING DAVIE. Davie." Davie's parents lived In Storey strtxjt, in town of Paisley. They wore the AN AUDIENCE OF ONE. very creditable people and bad a numerous throat Philadelphia Presil "I servo you with this instrument, with Both reodblrds and roll begin to arrive In family, none of whom, howover, showot any wltnoss prosont." said the messenger, put- riayliiK for Kins LouU An l.xnmplo of the Delaware marshes about the middle of distinctive parts, save only Davie. Kxpnnslon mid Absorption. paper into the It answered Davie's purpose nover to do ting a tell you what frighteuod man's band. August. Lurod by the vast area of food IForelju Letter.) Til it is, Mr. Poterkin," conthe things that be was doslroJ to do, and to Ins ground and the apparent quietude which The Countess O'Sulllvan, othorwlso "Mmo. do various other things that he was strictly tinued the mossenger, "yohad better Bcnldod Welter," hang ovor their favorito haunts, they set. tbo omlnent Viennese actress, reyour tongue in hot kail to have ratsod tie in flocks upon tbo tempting flats and on joined not to do, but let tho case be over this clithtnaclavor about than Mrs. Templotonl lates in Le Figaro tho story of her recent so bad, Davie was sure to get himself out of commence to line their rib with the dell performance at Munich, before tho king of lies. It was You aro to be examined before the public cately flavored plumpnoss which makes tho It by one or more good, well-tolllavarla, who was, as Is his Invariable prachis stepmother who suffered most in tbwo functionaries, within tho clerk' chamber, epicure' diaphragm tingle. at 11 o'clock, thoro to answer nt tice, tho sole spoctntor on the occasion. Thou nnd of gunners, rostralnn 1 by tho cases, Somotimos, in her zeal for truth, she your Mmo. Wolter owns to having looked forTomploton, porlll exacting gamo laws of Pennsylvania and let out expressions of perfect horror nt himself, ta An' thoro'll bo Mr. an if be ward with considerable misgiving to the My confront you, sir; it Davie, calling him an iuveterato and noassociathe Wott Jenoy Protective provon upon you, you shall l punisbod prospect of facing an empty houso, ne- nud also the life of my little son. As ho tion, wait impatiently for tbo day torious liar; but this only served to make with tho utmost rigor of tbo law." customod as sho Is to having tho theatre Is troubled with Croup, I dnro not bo upon which thoy will bo lot looso matters worso for her. Tbo tablos would "And I would advise you as a frion 1. Mr. packed from pit to colling. bo completely turned against ber by tho without this remedy lu the houc." Mrs. upon tho feathered visitors. Guns aro Nervous and trembling whon first sho striking in, "to Poterkin," J. Gregg, Lowell, Mass., writes: "My cleaned, sholls loaded, skiffs repeirod and lad's inveterate skill nnd the father's par- keep out o' added tho officer, way, stepped on tho boards, sho all nt ono for bo's goCapt Palmor's ovory preparation modo for tho coming tiality, until the cry of "my motherless chilchildren havo repeatedly taken Aycr's Inspirited by the reflection which sudsport. On Aug. 25, Now Jersey releases tho dren" became tho watchword wbljh alwoys ing about with a sword, now out of the denly occurred to her that what liter audi Cherry Pectoral for Coughs nnd Croup. cutlor's, nnd a pair o' groat horse pistols, grip of her protecting hand and the battery ended in restoring Davie into favor aud It gives timuullulo relief, followed by swearing that if ho gots you he'll stick you onco wauted iu quantity it made up In qua! opens. From Bordontown to tho bay, the throwing all the wrath of the fathor against cure." Mrs. Mary K. Kraut, like a calf on' blow your brains out forbyo I" lty, King Louis being notoriously one of mothor. cannonading Is terrific and tho birds tako the hapless and simplo-hoarte- d and ad"You're In n melancholy predicament, I tho moit passlontte Pa., wrltci; "1 lmr two little boss, both D.ivle was actually awkward at tbo truth. their meals upon tho mittedly one of tho Judges of acting to Whon it was necessary to tell a fow words toll you as a friond," re j Mned the messenof whum lmve been, from Infancy, subject systom. Tho first day of September opens bo found lu bis dominions. to lolcut nttiick- - of Croup. AlKiut sl.x the season along tin Penmylvauia shoro, of truth to make a lie toll tho better ho ger, "nnd so, good night" She was not Jong in recovering full posAt and few of tho rail and rcedios llvo through hesitated and stammoroi and blushed, so Mr. length tho dreadful morn nrrlved, and session of all hor powers, mid sho has months ngo wc began using Ajei't Cherry Poterkin, having adorned him olt with the siogo. Lato in October a few flocks of that you could not holp suspecting him and a clean Pectoral, nnd It act liko n charm. In a frilled shirt, glrdod up bis strength rarely, sho says, boen ablo to throw so the truth ltsolf, but whon ho had got on to d spocimous and n line of stragfew minutes after the child takes It, ho and marched forth to tako his trial Groat much lire and spirit Into hor acting as sho Ho, for which he had gone through gling cripples make tholr oscapo from tho tho main did on that occasion. Sho several times breathes easily nnd rests will. Kvcry this painful preparation, ho told it wftn was tho bustle on his arrival in tho court tlory circle of death and wing southward. y "Jomos Petorkin," said tho provost wib triod to make out tlio silhouette of hor mother ought to know wind a blcs.lng I Every concoirable woapon is brought iuto such pleasuro and with such a faco that tbo nuditor, who was seated in tho royal wholo showed that bo was born to despise sonorous solomnlty, "you are accuwd of box opposite have found lu Ajer' Cherry Pectoral." service during the campaign. tho stsge, but failed to pierce having maliciously spread abroad certalu tho ineonvonlent trammels of verity and to Mrs. Win. C. Held, Freehold, N. J., writes : OUT IN A 8KIFF. falso and scandalous report, injurious to tho dark noss in which tho auditorium was HIS LIFE AT THE ZOO. Tho old single barrel muzzle-loade- r kills revel in tho upper regions of pure invention. tho cbaractor of n worthy lady. What havo enveloped; for that part of the bouse Is, It "In our family, Aycr's medicines havo "Nothing of particular interest Ono day Davie, who was now 15, was sent otf as surely as tho latest Scott or Komlngtou, liccn blessings for many years. In cases soonis, never lighted whon King Louis gott cured to vary the ordinary course you to say in your defensor of bis and tbo secret of success lies mora in tho by bis stepmother with o. tuessogo to a to tho plav. of Colds and Cough., wc tako Mr. Feterkln's mouth was as dry as n everyday life until ho was l'J years of age. friend at the farther end of tbo town. It shooting than the gun. Not being glftod Minn. Wolter is incllnod to justify tlio burnt with wings to follow the birds, the gunner was war time, and volunteering and re- vain. stick and he looked round for holp in sovereign's craving for solitude on tho oc- Ho was thou taken violently sick, nud so ill did hn become that it was thought ho would cruiting presented too many temptations for either tramps through tho mud or pushos Cherry "I am sorry to see you standing at this casion of his visiting tho theater. The sight die. Ho was very low fur three weeks, but his way with a skiff. The recesses of the Davie to resist, so ho never thought of his nnd noises of a full an 1 brilliantly lighted disgraceful bar, Mr. Petorkin," said llttlo houso gradually hlsdisoaso began to yield to the mare! are lnaccessiblo to tho skiff at low tnesiago or of returning home till lato that keep continually destroying the illu ami the Inconvenience Is soon forgotten." Bailie Shuttleton, who, having lately marapplied, nnd Jumlnj recovered. water, and, savo an occasional bang from afternoon. sion, and, recalling the spectators and tho remedios ntr.rAiti:i) hy It drew toward ovoniug, and still no ap- ried a handsome young wife of whom ho actors no less, to tho realities of Ufa. Tho His growth was quite gradual, and was not the shotgun of a tramping sportsman, thoro distinguished by nuy marked or peculiar is peace among the reeds while the tide is pearance of Davie, Mr. Peter-- la be tug in was desporately joalout, felt a laudable zeal suppression of every oloment of disturbance Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mas. all and n sonsitlvo sympathy in a matter so and distraction permits tho king not merely cliangot. As ho grew in years nnd slxe ho a particularly favorable humor alout. The gunning skiff Is double-boweSold by all Druggists. grew in knowlcdgo nnd wisdom. He wiu most as light as a racing shell and is pro- Davfo's tricks and lies were laid boforo him noorly coming home to himself. "How could you, sir, bo guilty of spread to onjoy the spectacle with complete free- very fond of society, nnd was never happier by his wife, and tho two joined in tuortlly pelled through the tall reeds by dom from interruption of any kind, but not than when contributing to the ing such a scandal!" tald Bailie Farrier nmuwinent who stands upon the rear stern, with his abusing the luckless lad. so tully to tbo artistic Now there was quartered in town a re- next who was by no means unintoretl in to surrender himself forward foot braced against n cleat. The illusion as Wolter' words, nnd outertnlument of vast crowd, of poo pie, "His special favorites, howovor, were markably handsome officer, who created a the affair, for tbo good pjoplo of Paisley "the fable to tnke, iu Mms.the reality;" and pole is smooth and round, from fifteen to of the poet for tweny foot long, very lfght and strong, great sensation among tho womon; and ha 1 uttered dark sayings regarding him it is known that King Louis' absorption in a little children, who wero always treated Bailie Shuttleton's young wlfo. gentle-tioswith throe blunt prongs upon one end and a there was also in the town an uncommonly aud piece does In fact go that by hlin with tr.o greatest care and Ho knew when n crowd of them were "Havo you any witnesses, JamesP in- length. pretty woman, a Mrs. Templeten, who peknob upon tbo other. quired tho provost mounted upon hU back. He allow .the lltThe pusher pokes the pronged onl into culiarly favored this Copt. Palmer. When"Yes, Bailie, Clrcumttancn Alter Cmes. various," said ho tlo ones tohandlo his trunk and play among the muddy bottom, leans bis weight upon ever, therefore, husband and wife wore on Texas Blftfnirs. for At this moment Deacon Dote his feet IU1'I WB very careful not to tramplo tho polo, taking grips as it such terms at to gossip comfortably to IS WA1CRANTICD to cure Fiicr nud A farmor hired a man to help work the on them or Injure them lu any way. On grows shorter and the light skiff shoots gather, a pleasanter imbjoct could not bo entered the court and, at Mr. Peterkln's Ague, Intermittent or Clilll Fcrcr, farm. One summer day, when labor was one occasion he was carrying a load of chilstarted than the scandalous conduct of request he was ordered to stand forth. Fcrcr, Dumb Ague, Milium Fever, ahead through the rustling roads. The "William Dote," continued the chief mag- very scarce, the two wero mowing in the dren In tbo Zoological gardens when a little Dciiciip for ' Ilrenk-boi" Ftvrri. Liver gunuer sits or crouches In the bow, with Mrs. Templeton and Capt. Palmar; and now to this very toplo Mr. Peterkln and his istrate, "did you tell tho defendant theso flold, and Bevoral larks flow up. Complaint, nud nil diseases arising from ono unobserved by hit keeper crou-- l hit bis gun on full cock. The pusher faces Malarial poison. "Look at those big cranes," stld the hired path nnd U1 right In hit way. The sagascandalous particulars against the characstraight ahead, and, if an expert In his wlfo had agreeably diverged. man. When Davie was within a few paces of ter of Mrs. Templeton!" cious animal nt onco stopped hit cour.o, nud business, nover looks at his pole. When ho "Harpers, S. July 0, JSS4. "Tboe are not cranos; they are only for a wonder refuted to go on when ordered "Indeed, sirs," exclaimed tho deacon, Insights game, he crlos, "Mark rlghtl" or of his father's door he applied to his "For eighteen months suf-crc- d "Mark loft!" according to tho side of the wits, as formerly, to get hini out of the dignantly, "I did no such thing. I could larks," replied the farmer, somewhat sur- to so da Tbo keeper then went round to But the greatest geniuses will na have bad tho heart to speak a word to prised. see what was the matter, and found Jumbo ivith Chills and Fever, skiff it is on. or simply "ilarkl" when it is scrapa "If you don't sny that they aro crnnes, I'll gently picking up tbo little one, which was having Chills every other day. sometimes breakdown, and Davlo found disparage that in front. High water is the harvest time. Mr. Templeton. BeThe wary birds, driven from the river himself at fault He had tried his fancy sides, Sir Provost I hao na spoken to Mr. knock otf work right now," said tho hi rod right at his fojt, with hit trunk, nnd placing trying various remedies man. him carefully out of bis way. When bo bad front, congregate upon the ridges and on all the subjects that wore worthy of Petorkin this whole fortnight" recommended to cure, fused a his powers. He had got into tbo room As tho farmer could get nobody at that accompttshnd this bo wont on as If nothing "But you told the story to my son Davie," knolls back toward the main land and are wbero his father and mother were sitting, said Peterkln, with great courage. "Como time to take tho hirol man's place, he was had occurred. bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and difficult to roach, unless the Tirol" Is on. obliged to yield to the whim of tho menial, without a single thought occurring to him forward, Davlo, lad." QCNNER AND " rUSHED." "what inn jcmiui roTf" have never since, had- a chill. But "Yes," sld the farmer, "I see now that Davie came forward modostly, gracefully, The rail nover clings or perches, and to account for hi? day's employment "Mr. Itanium mld tlio Zoological nsocln EDWLV UARVEll." they are cranes, but they aro not big cranos; tl'in 10, 00) for him nt ha stood In the garonly gots up out of the mud to fly. The as bo slipped into tho room the names of and with an air of honost confidence. Capt Palmer and Mrs. Templeton struck rnrrAnr.u nv "Young man," said tho provost "hold up thoy aro only half grown cranoi." "reedy," however, spends his time clinging dens In London. It took nearly n year's ne1 with Tho hired man was this con- gotiating to secure him oven for tbut sum, to tho roods or sitting upon low busbos aud his ear, and he had tho whole thing ready; your head and never be ashamed to tell tho Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., lowcll, Mais. trees along tho bank, and runs upon tbo aud not only so, but his fancy being now truth. Did William Dote tell you Inst week cession. Seme months afterwards, the hired ns many of the Zoological garden dlreotors Sold by all Druggists. man still being In the employment of tho were greatly opposed to tin ground. His plaintive "pink I pink!" is hoard awako, a train of ideas darted into bis theso particulars reported of Mrs. Tomploml. Tno only farmer, tho latter sal l nt dinner ono day, thing that induced tho ICuglislimeu to part constantly during flight, but when f oodlng bead, all the way from the seat of war, ton as lie poured out u glass of water: "No, your worship's honcr, bo did not" the noto changos to a sweet, conversational that would almost have filled n newspaper. with him was the fart thnt ho was Iwcoin- "You unmanagoablo rascal!'' said his "lloro Is some very line be-i- r. ' "Did you not," interrupted his father, "chick," not unlike that of the blackbird. lug unruly and dangerous. Tim suiwrln "mats no iwer; luavs only water," re- ten lout of Use gar lens had made n ruort Tho mil's vocal abilities are limitol, and a father looking around, "where havo you "tell me tbo story nbout Mr. Templeton Oivo an account of your.-ol- f plied tho hired man. Tuesday ovening last, you villain! I low cluck is the only noise he makes as he been all day to thatelTesst" r this instant" "If you don't say it Is ber you con "Not a word o't father; you're ontlrely in trails through the mud. Experienced gun-ne"lias Jumbo over done anything to Justify In time. Kidney dlseaici may be "So I will, father." said Davie, modestlv: a mistake, but J. board my father nnd your resignation, for 1 don't want any 1.1 reputation for having a vMout rrretitcl by imitating the reedblrd's noto, con uaturef by purlf'Ing, renewing, and Invigorating - ..wU. ..H,w Imiav...w lti'Vlm wu bring Hocks within gunshot. Tho art of "I wnHlil Imun VW. linmn .....,, j ..., Im I ' mothor talking nbout Mrs. Tomploton and cireuslvo iKirtUnus about tho place." "No mi the contrary, he batalnnys beTho hirol man knew very well that he have with the u:ni-- t Capt Palmor when I came tomi frao tho When, calling them is difficult to acquire, but tho could not got out of tho crowd." the bloosl with Ayer's decorum exempting "What crowd, you lyiug villuin'' couldn't got another tituatiou at that time when w attempts t transfer hlin from his through debility, the action of the kidneys voluntoor park." mado with two fingers laid across 'Tbo crowd at tho Crosi about the news." tho year, so he tnstel tbo water, onl yard lu tho Zoological "This Is a black busines , Mr. Peterkln." cf tbo mouth, is so natural that it will often gardens to the Is perr cried, tbeo organs rob the blood of "What news havo you brought now! raid the provost "If you'ro not able to cheerfully indorsed tho iidmluiitrntlon, steamer bring the birds back two or thrco times that wnsto convey him lo Ativstrlca. its needed constituent, albumen, which It saying Nono of your storlo, Davlo, this timo; it raiso .WJ orOWpounls sterling for damaafter being shot at only a Tnore r, "Of course li'i but it hasn't got enough nro oarry him. few tanMhlH large passed off iu the urine, while worn out ges I am afraid the aulil jail will havo a The gunning skiff accommodates but two won't do." to Iliad nnatiged for matter, which they should curry off from "Then you havo not hoard tho news, slrj tedious tenant o' you. I always thought much boly to it." wen, and Is very cranky. Tho pusher's tln--- j. The Unditi; a'ngo Having thus convinced tho president I.U eleven ou ono of the Mood, It allowed to remain. Ily the Is u ticklish one at all times, and Tbo mail's not in yet, but an English rider you n man of truth and character till now; position was lnlltt distant fruit hi garden. came down on a rooking horse with the yet there's your own son, whoso very fnco that lie was soilul on the gooe queitiou tho Jumbo ha 1 n been the least variation of posturo or sudden t "lit of his enclosure or im- of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the kidney t movement of an inexperienced gunnor will news that tiero has been a great battle lias honesty in it, has convicted you of hired man wa. allowed to retain blpsltioir won a horve for eight"!) year. We ottalned re restored to proper action, and Albusot tho frail craft to rocking uneasily. To abroad onl 93,003 o' the Fronob killed, be falsehood boforo this wholo court" him securely mil thou trll to lend him to minuria, or iflircMril Mrs. I'rmucklo. save i upset the pusher occasionally suffers sides Gen. Bonyparty liimsol'." sny In this buslnew, "What the steamer. We lial hanlly left tho INew York Suu.J "Daviap cried his father, cocking his mistress!"havo you to ho, watoiy martyrdom, and "spills" himsolf to demanded before be as Mrs. I'otcrkln thnt something "I didn't always harrow tho earth for n ttrnnge was on realizl inline llately lay restore equilibrium. Anticipating frequent car, "is that really for a fackf aroso. anl he "It's as true as death, sir. I saw tho living," sail Farmer Pjiiucklo, of Orange d duel ngs, ho has arrayed his weatherbeateu "I hao to f ny, sirs," shs answered, In evl county. "I was once a wine mil in the center of the road nnd reftiod merchant's flguro in garments that can not be rubied by ridor at tbo town's house, mil there's a dont wrath, "that all this businoss is n' clear clork In Broeklyn. 1 married young, anl t.j budge an iuoh. Ayer's Snraparllla n!o groat crowd waiting for the inaiL But I is prevented. such a trivial occurrence as a mud bath, to mo as a green leek. It is ns vidble to my wlfo, who is sitting there now, with tbo A I'AiR OF OlMTINACV. prevents Inflammation of the klilucj s, nnd and he clambers on board again dripping would hae gotten homo wool enough only mo as th pimplo on your Just noo that this reputation of being as gool a farmer's wifo "All our efforts, all our jiorsa.isloii was of for tho business about Mrs. Templeton." like a spaniel ral-o- d by that brazen- as there is iu tho county, mado just as good no iivail. Jumbo had mi lo up his mind not other disorders of theso organs. Mrs.Jas.' "Mrs. Templeton." cried father nnd wholo mlsbanter is Having visited tho tnarib to fosd, the W. Weld, Forest Hill ft., Jamaica Plain, faced Davlo, tbo loeiug callan there. I can a mate for a bard-uclerk than. Like mail) to leave the place whore ho hal spout so birds seam unwilling to loave it until thoy mothor togothor. "What of herJ What Is tell you, sirs, from black experience that the young couples ws hud bought furniture on many liappy voirs. hii I go ho would not If Mast., writes: "I have had a complica, the story about, Davlo!" grow fat. Tbo "roody," in his plumpestcon-dltionIs ono of tbo most Inveterate, "Yohavo na board, thon, that; sho run atr instalments, aud wo were net ablo to piy ho could help it. We gut him buck Into his tion of diseases, but my greatest trouble is covered o very where with soft, yelhat been with my kidneys. Four bottles wi' Capt Palmer this morning in a chaise incorrigible, misloortleo'ors that ever oponod nil tho sums as thoy fell duo. Everything old quarters , nn I thon sot to work nn 1 had low fat, oxcept a small bit of rod meat upon I him-el- f Is a mouth The auld father o' of Ayei's S.ir.saparllln made ino feel llko seemed to be goiug e.gaint us, and our llttlo coustruotel nn imuieno cagu on who'l'. the broast point. He picks perfectly clean, und four, anl " I hoard tho wholo girl "Tbero, now, guJoman, I told you!'1 criod but a bungler to him. u new penou; m will mid strong as like a robin, and owos his popularity somo-whwai sick, whon 1 tamo homo early ono This called for :i,0iX) nud several weeks' Wo got Jumbo Into Mm. Peterkln. "O, the wanton wretch! story frao hlin wl' my nl'i ear', an' bo Saturday afternoon mil foun 1 crape hanging work lu contru,tiO'i. to tho fact of his appotizlng appearever." W. M. McDonald, 10 Summer tt., fathered tho wholo on tho authority of to my door-boMy heart was in my mouth It by strategy and thus took him olf iu triance before being cooked. It requires a But what more, Davlo J" llojton, Mass., had been troubled for years Deacon Dote there, spoorlt'.o s bjlvl" "I thought you hud hoard of It." said and my tears chokol mo as I mot my wifo. umph to the slilp which wni to enrry him with Kidney Complaint. Ily tho uso of profosilonal plckor, however, to do justice Little Bailio Stiuttloton now drow hlm-ol- f " 'So dear littlo Mlunio is gone!' I sal 1. away over tho tea to America." to tho "rail," which is coveroi from neck to Davlo, quietly; "but thoro wns Mr. TempleAyet's Sarsaparilla, lio not only catochltt Duvle. "What of Jumbo' man lor of llvinzl ' in another cha:se-and-fo"'Minnie gone!' sail my wife. 'Oh, no. claws with a cloo fuw or down taat is ex- ton him-elafter up, nnd proceeded to bogan, "opeak "Njw, my lad." bo freely. But the iheriir. man will bj uround in a "Ho hail a good healthy nppetite. It cot them; forbyo Will Craig, tho town's officer, asperating to tho inexporleuced feather plucker. Tho "rail" is the game bird of the mounted Lehlnd wi' bis red coat nnd the Did you tell nothing to your father and minute to seize the furniture, an 1 I thought $10 n week to kiep him lu food nlono. The diet of olophnuts is much the same as that tho dleae from nsntnlng n fatal form, two, and a gunner's count is always mado twa dragoons riding boforo, an' all flying mother last Tueslny of a goutlomaii nnd tbo crape might chock hlin.' lady having olopod together, mi 1 of other oxcoptiiig like Jehul"' thnt they eat larger upon tbo number of rail be bags. "It enccked him. Ho halted bis wagon a of hor-but was restored to perfect health. Johu person! goin;- - In pursuit of thorn?' "But who told you tbo?o particulars, to the quantities. Might or tun loaves of broad dozen yard away, walked on tip-toTHE CUNNING It.UL. "Yes, sir, but 1 sold nothing about Capt door, examined tho crapo, nnd went softly to be a small item of nt ono of McLellan, cor. Ilrldgo nnd Third st., said his father. "I should like to know Sometimes, when surprised by the suddon Lowcll, Mas., writes : "For several years Palmer or Mr.. Templeton." away, afraid, apparently, that some onu Jumbo's minis 1 uni sorry to siy that appearance of a skiff, tho cunning bird will your authority." "And whom, then, did you toll about!" I suffered from Dj'pepsla nnd Kidney "It was Doacon Date," answered Davlo, might hoar him. .Minnie rocevured, nnd in Jumbo contracted several bal habit'. Ho disappear undor water, aud cliug to tho "I'm nfearod to tell sir," edled Davie, a i'.w days after .vnrd 1 tcrapod together would nover swear, but wns givit on chew Complaint, tho latter being so severe nt roods with bis feet until tho danger has readily. "I baw him at tho Cros, and he molo-tlnouih monoy to pay tho bill, but I haven't ing tobacco nnd drinking of tho wine thnt times that I could scarcely nttcml to my passed. Four or fiv.o boats may pass over aked kindly for you and mother." Tho hoart of Bailio Shuttloton avo n sus bought on Iiistalineiitrt since." "Deacon Dote is a 'sponsible, sensible doth Inebriate, or rather Inger boer nn 1 work. My nppetlto was poor, und I was him while in this position without discoverwhisky. " ing tho trick. Tho point of his bill sticking man, und it mut be on undoubted fack," picious bump, while an awful silonco much rmaclnt'd; but by using , Unsanitary I'llght of Windsor. upon tho court said Mr. Peterkln solemnly. 'This Is a most O AND HAUMI.KSR. out of tho water supplies him with sufficient "Nay, but what was the name of tho (London Letter.) "Has Jumbo over Injured any one!' air to breathe. Tho sixth gunner may bag extraordinary worl'l" Tho Lancet lately gave a dreadful picture It hnppouod to bo club night.und tbo hour lady!' said tho provost. "No; nnd his devotion to his keep .!, Soott, him if his courage and confidence glvo way 1 Davie, "Wool, sir," sal was now at ban I; so Mr. Peterkln, know"it was Just Mm. i)f tho unsanitary plight of Windsor. It en- was s mothlng wondorful These two had and be comes to the surfaco to fly. A gunner on tho rlvor side of a marsh that is be- ing that a man's importance in his club was Shuttloton, tbo buflio's youti wife, and tho tirely agrees with the reort ma lo by a been '.ogather over twenty years. Koott rose gentlemtn was just Cpt Farrier, bosldo special agent of tho Tho Builder fourteen ing heavily gunned, fs often surprised to see In proportion to the news bo brou-h- t, had his bunk withui reach of Jumbo's years ago, und is con Qr mod by a "rail" starting up in clear water. They havo iiiitintly from the table, impttio-i- t to bo you there.'' trunk. Ho rulod tho great beast nbs ilutely, "Farrier nnd Shuttleton might have boon Windsor clergyman, who write: "In South and that, too, by tho power of lovo. Ho Nover did n first with tho Intelligence. been driven under by tbo Loat3 in tho roods and paddlo out unobserved to come to the man chungo bii coat nnd brush his hair tnkon for Palmer an l Templeton, cer- plnco In this town thoro aro lorty-tw- o uovor cur ol or beat him, norusl tho omul my nppetlte and digestion Improved, nnd surfacd nnd tako wing suddenly. Though over tho bald placos with greater pleasure tainly," said tlio provost with judicial houses, with a population varying from 17J oluphiint hook so common with other ido my health lias bun pirfntiy restored' forty-tw- o :J10. did Mr. Peterkln this night His wife gravity. bouses there an To tbo-to . Whon ho was nearby Jumbo skillful in strategy, however, tho roil, than "Hut who dared to tell you that Bailio four tec n clo ots, all without water. Ton of was uluayu content, but let Koott lie out of Soltl by till Druggists. unfortunately for himself, po3ses;es n groat und ho wero in perfect fondness and cordiality from delight in their focial morsel Fnrrior bnd run oil with my wifo, young theso Iiousss htvo no 'back,' no sinks, no sight or icnck for even n few minute, and stocic of curloiity. A gunnor quietly driftrrlcoQl; Six bottles, $5. pcandul. man!' sold tho jealous littlo magistrate, closuts. All nro without water. Thoro nro Jumbo becamo unonsy." ing up a narrow run, sometimes whistlos or of "Wo leave the reader's Imagination to conhardly alio t'jilt on his seat with vexation. in tbeiO ton houoi just fifty poplj without Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, "How many elephnuta arc there nil told iu knocks with a shell upon his beat. Curious "I taw it wi' my nln oen, sirs!" said Davie. tho coium hi docoiicioi of life." Tho mml this countryi"' Mass., U. S. A. to learn what the noiso i, a rail will push ceive Mr. I'o'.eikiii's pleasure on Hilling By thU time the whole crowd without tho icul officer admits all this, but adds: "I do out from tho icedsto have n lojfc. After that lie was tie sole l.oarer of and roforee More than three-fourt"Abuut tovpnty-five- . In condemning theso housoi s uro fuiualoi-Jiecuus- o the shot, another Inqulsltlvo specimen will upon this new., so refie.hlng'to the weary bar was In a titter of whispering surmises not feel o.erieiico about Billio Shuttleto.i' lady. William ns unfit for habitation." Such Is rnyal proves that the fojtnfe elephant Is more often nppear and suffer tho fate of his pre- spirits of a country club. He was somewhat damped on finding that tho English Craig, tho officer, wni making the mot Windsor. No wonder tbo piiiico consort docilo. Klophants come fr m both India nud 0LUBBING RATES. decessor before bis curiosity has been satis-flod- . rider's intelligence nbout the great battle magnificent gnmacos to Daacnn Doto an 1 got his fypheld there. Africa; by fur tho greater number ore from other bybt'in lersj an Capt Palmer, who Fine shot nnd light chargos of powder do was not conflrmel by the nowspnpprs India, i u nccouut of tho superior intelli- To those detlrbi lllilinl r.adlric nmti-- ten Worship of tlio bliurlc. will elills ll.o soon after arrive I. But the stood behind looking through hii gence mid good nature of the olophauts of tho work most eatisfnctorllly. Tho usual which scene, Imr.tout into audible laughter. ll.KcIi.inxF.) Templeton was so nt the load is throe and a half drachm i of powdor stjry about Mrs. that country. Jumbo was tho only African IXTI.IM0I. JUl'lt.VAL "Hut who did tell you the articulars you prolific In some pirts of tlio African const t'ao elephant in Hnruum'is Jitrd of eighteen olothat It eclipsod aud from a half ounce to an ounce of shot ilch and Tho size of shot varies from all tho foreign news that had leon brought tjll your parents, boy!'1 continued Bailio shark is still worship) 1 nnd odorlugs of phauts. There is llttlo diiroronco In tho np to each shell tsfollowit . Not but that the Furrier, dotermined to sift tho matter, "if poultry anl goats nro made. Onco a year a w a run co of tho African und In 1 Ian 8 to 10, and the finer it li tho bettor. A to tho club for month'-With the Woikly Courl J uriml J CO it was noi Deacon Dotoi" zeal of the cub for vir uo and morals an child is sacrlflcol to propitiate it Tho litpalm-lon- f ' " the f rmer has a largo Now Voik WirM.... hard hit "reedy" Is n mass of btood and ear 2 SO "It wa Just Daaon Deddio, the all that wu greatly kindled, but the zsal tle victim is bound to a pot In tho sands at aud the latter a small enr. All olophauts ' " feathers if coarse shot is fired. Fine shot a oo k' v Yiik -- uii ... In Dirty street," mid Davie readily. low water, nud, as tho tide , nnu Honest wrath of tho members whs mingles Its on exhibition In this country and thoro aro j goes through tho blr 1 without mangling. " " i'aru's ilstifilnr .SCO "Faith, tho colleen's done for now, I'm shrloks and screams with thosxi of its mother more in tho Unite 1 Stutos than all Kurops chiefly mar.lfo.ted by the turn of the con " " . 5 20 lltrtr. Wifkly thlnkin;," said Craig, tbo officer, whoso until it is dovourod by sharks. A Ileautlrul L'pltapli. variation to similar instances of femule combine 1 were captured when from 0 " fcoiitln-n" hlvtimc . 3 00 frailty, and the most interesting and in- shrowdno-- s was well known. "Deacon Dad-die" " Itoi.iK ni tl Pmiiii Fifteen hundred to lu phone instruments lu montUs to 'J years old. Whon about a year 2 00 not far to fetch, bailio; I law hlin pass was kept up upon the In tx cemotery a llttlo white stoue ninrkol structive dlscour.-old the; nro worth In tholr native country In latt, no msttrr wl.ut pmIiIIihIkd mi desire, BuiTulo, N. Y,, are supplied with electricity tho window this minute." subject tho whole ovening. tbo gravo of a dear little girL On tho stono about f2S0 upiow." wocJliliiri.li.li It Willi Mir MurHIKl lttr ynu bo "Bring him in, William," said thoy nil; mado by tho water iower of Niagara falU, Mr. Peterkln and bis wifo rejoice l iu tho l't the trouble mhJ wero chiseled those words: "A child of uf lor It. iruii&uieiut to Jl M.mime whom her playmates said, 'It was oaslor to OI.I who Hlrtwilr ulJ. rim bo good when she was with us.' " I used to "Full many a flower in b tn to blush un svtll tliMbm ... Ms n".f lis. imvIiik the itiffcr. "An onetit man is tlic noble'. woVk , , "To , think, and I do now, that Jtwnionn of tho seen, , ' f lie betwwM. V . i Its fi-v- 'i ''c i!:,r, "W Us- - r ' Mr-- fl O! I. trnMb I'ore, rr In biiiimn lp frrei''' rMvliH1'. ii 1 oV'-romost bsautiful opltnphs I over beard. Vs.' Vtnl.Jy.1, liui eiHUloi.l.i j air."Gray. do'.nz well." Ciieelet field. ma (Andrew Flcken In later Ocean.) Everyone knows there aro various November 24, 1885 degrees of excellence that lying, as there aro Stanford, Ky.. in in all the other polite arts. But there are somo who, by their precocity of talent in this department of genius, discover at onco W. P WALTON. that nature has designoi them for achieving the most brilliant honors of invention; and this was tbo case with tho subject of Catching Toothsome nirds on the Wing-- In our memoir, who, in tbo days of his obscur"rusher' a Gunning SklfT-T- lie ity, was known only by the simple but unanimously awarded title of "Leolng Tlio Hall's Sklllfulness la Strategy. well-aire- d ptofunrai of their story for two whole days, and had the satisfaction of bearing It con Armed everywhere! in fact, it was the talk of all the talkers in town. On the erouing of tho second day, howover, while tho two rat at too, discussing the additional particulars which publlo rumor bad by this time engrafted upon It, a knocking was hoard bolow, and the servant girl informed Mr. Peterkln that , two strange men waited at the door to ipx.k to him. When our friond had desconded tbo stairs ho started with surpriso on seeing tho king's messenger and William Craig, the town's officer, waiting for him. "Is your name James Peterkln I" sald'tho former, with legal formality. "It it," replied Peterkln, his heart in his and by this time Mr. Peterkln and his wife were rather enjoying the scone than otherwise When tbo other deacon was brought in and was confronted with tho lad, tho whole story was seen to bo a tissue of fabrications, and the tablos wero completely turnod upon Davie, who was forthwith committed for tvTouty.four hours in tho jail But Davie himself was not particularly discompose! by this passing "moshanter," and before two days wore ovor had brought home to his father another pleasant story, how tho provost of Paisley bad given Capt Palmer a black eye in a duel fought at tho back of Mrs. Italiton's publlo house, about Mrs. Templeton. ELEPHANT TALK. INTERVIEW WITH BROUGHT THE MAN WHO JUMBO TO AMERICA. CherryPectoral Should bo kept constantly nt hand, for uso in emergencies of the household. Mnny a mother, startled In tho night by tho omluous sounds of Croup, finds tba llttlo sufferer, with red and swollen face, gasplug for air. Iu uch caics Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Is Invaluable. Mrs. Emma Gcdncy, 169 West 123 St., New York, "Whllo In tho country, last writes: winter, my llttlo boy, thrco years old, was taken 111 with Croup; It seemed as If ho would die from strangulation. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral waf tried iu tninll and frequent doses, nud, In lets than half nn hour, tho llttlo patient wni breathing easily. Tho doctor said that the Pectoral saved my darling's life." .Jin. Chat. B. London, Guilford, Conn., writes: "Aycr's Cherry Pectoral History if the Tjirce-- t Dephnnt That l.vcr IJvetl Many IVoullisrltlM of Eating nnd Drinking About tlinnts In Gonernl, -- r.lc- - d be-ca- play-goer- s, t able-bolis- hoII-tnr- Inter Ocean.) "Jumbo was certainly a wonderful elephant," said Mr. Davis, "and his history U full of interest He was born on the west coast of Africa In or about the year 1B01, and was consequently 1 years of age Just Whon still n loby ho was in his prime. caught and carried Into captivity, his flr.t destination being Paris, whore ho was kept till he was 4 yoars of ago. He was then purchased by tho Zoological society of Lin-doKngland, nud removed to their gardens in that city. He arrived there In Juno, 1S05. Ho was thon four feet ton inches In height At the time of his death he was cloven foot four luchos in bolght When standing in a natural osttioti tho distanco to tbo top of bis hoad was twolvo feet Uvo luchos. His actual weight was sovou and a half ton. "In addition to bis great siz-- there wore several jecullnr physical features about Jumbo which excited much curiosity among naturalists, and led somo eminent scientists to uxprois the opinion that lie was not an ulophaut nt all, but that bo wai allied to the ul l nnd now oxtlnct iiUittodon tlMcies. in his back there was a doop hoi low, where, lu other olophnut, thoro was a large convex curve, mid his heal wu curved lu n marked ma nor where other elephants nro hollow. His knoes, too, were not iu tho timo plnco ns aro those of othor elephant'. They wore much nonrer his thighs, iiiuklnx tho upper rt of his leg unusually short nud tlio under wrf. unusually long. e Saved Life, -- Ayer's Pectoral d, well-acte- s. d half-roun- d cour-ageoul- y; Ague Cure n AYER'S band-ovor-ha- lic-tnlttrul (, I - -- x1 r I I Be Warned h. ten-tie- -i 1 1 Le-i- . iJ Brighf's Disease p no'or-do-wo- el at ll f Prevented o, Da-vio- l" o d do-se- AYER'S well-kuon- n arsapar ila pliant-keeper- v- - h d 1 r .SI.ill-iYI.EKL- Y 1 moal-mong- rl-o- . i Courier-Journal- .) 's v. 1 . Ms- Semi HeeUn Imleftai VOL. XIV. jsimi-SHcekl- mtfttnL M'ROBERTS, Opera House Block, -- 3 STANFORD, KY., TUUSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1885. $nf mor$ournaI A lliiroii-HtorAVImro Corn Ilulldlnc htnrrli I Ttirnnd Into "Ornpo" Sucnr HUtory of the Corn Tlio Various l'rocce-i- . jr NO. 77. fi LIFE 1$ THE HAREM. A ''uftllfhflrt Tuck tiny nnf trttltiv WOMAN'S EXPERIENCE AMONG THE WOMEN OP EGYPT. IT. C. Duncan, M. I)., in Western llural "You want to know what that tall buildIVupU atrlrtty In advance. If we bava to ing Is I Well, wo will visit It. Count ll anv tlmii. sJJ.30 will be chimed. tbo storlos." "Ono, two, three, four, five, six, soven, eight, nl no, ton, oloven windows up and A IJfe of Great Splendor and Tut ul ness Idle- V. P. WALTON. I'lty for the Women of A Illmicr In ilisation tlio llnrcui. Civ- down." u . ut ,l It! COIIX. protuino ttil ililnpldiitoJ volume Is We cannot romomber what was toon of much ollor than tbo rotl' "Wall, no; I can't iay that 't It," rapllod tho different storlos but wo enn recnll tha history of tho c rn In this strange building. tbo cm ar, Horo wo too a long row of mill rolls nnl "Tho truth li, bo contlnuod. "tiny worn burrs. Homo contain corn, somo com meal bought nt tho mnt tlma. You want to knuw wbytbntblg ono Ii In iucb a tbaky or broken corn. Tho corn is wot. Whero U Im't to much bocauw It U has It boon! Wo mo groat vats whoro It cmi Jit lii? It Is UxJ oftourr, ulthougii it is, for tho colored lias been soako.1 until it is loop's lo turn upburo a llttlo oftonor than thon ground In tboo series of mills and tho whiU-s- . 'llio roal ruitou ofthodllTor-fitici- ) tuon slfto.l on largo Incline slovei. Tbo u tb : Tbo wlilt) oopj whon sworn conn-- o pnrtiLloi wo o In troughs whoro n their llpi t j tbo book in a sort of scrow runs that puihit it over to another Just light uu I ludlll.roiit fashion. Not no tbo building wbnro wo aro told It Is made Into cows. Tbo whlto part io Is oIirel opk' To llioui kissing tbo book food 1 forout on tho floor In narrowv troughs pjir.a-U tho tuott important o part of tholr apjioar-nnchero. It I to thorn a mystic- rJU that nnd a stream of watorls turned on. Tha yellow wuter limit bo Mirforniod ruvarently, ardently, corn. currlm oil tbo conrso part of tho TbH follows tho pirti over to thur 'U'.ly Mi they Jut preclplUto thtn-kIvo- s tho other building. ns It wro, ujiou thul book. Tboy After tho yellow jtart, cnllo.1 gluton or It in n, hot anl clingfailou their Up iiltrogniioui jortion Is cnrriol off, tho whlto ing smruk tliat jut raboi tho cover over jHtrtur starch remains How whlto It K tl no.'' This whlto it starchy portion has two desti1 tin hillclila'. ltotrent. nations Wo will follow some of tho nicest Y'H-V Cor Pioneer I'rvsi I as wo see It placed in narrow racks. Xly, Jfow Vi rL mlxo iti cuiitrariet.es thor- how hot It U whom they cord them up. oughly. Witness tho fact that It famous Thcro Is ono being omptlod; see how dry mid play gr nin I. Control park, It iU plnro of white tlin stnroh li now. There a man is ratting It up in barrels. IraKolioj, The wheels of inllllouairut' carriages r II on till asphalt roods ptt tlio "IVrbnpi you would llko watt.r," said tho soats of uretchai ilowrnto with hunger. guldo ns they ias'od n pio that was leakf ing wat-'- r soiiiowheu "Corn noods lots of ay oipitnaiw' h ru r.il-Tbo h f ' Must that u'.tltM on tho it," u faot thnt is growing traUir to of nnmrabli traiiiH. Tbo MCludod walk audkhnlowal nioro and umro upfureut to tho boys ns tho roovMit nro ttironod in tho ovonlnj by doctor explnitiod that this mill was only n "Our Kilrol I rer,aud In tho iiiornlni tho bodloi big model of our dlgostlro apparatus. tf .ulciloiaro found In theo uuio Mntl SAllva turns starch into sugar, wo soo tho ineiitnl retroati by tho kIIca. umo proco'H bare on a grandor scale." Contra, pirk ha bocomo tbo chenon I'KOM ETVIUII TO SldAIl. deat'i placo of m miny m)le that tlisro ii r.'orr they cau.o to n lot of men who were nn nvorao of oue iuIcIJo jwr day thor. shoveling the wot ktarch Into a groat vat. Mjt of tbom got baro msntloii In tho pa A man wns ennj fully weighing it and ns but tjo yloll of intoroitinj; intttor U carefully piurlng In n liquid out of big i. lcr, n In tho pirlc Now wator was adde I, nnd this wns s.o laro tbii tt.u )ibh oiob city oil toon boiling up In groat big kettles. This Is ono f tho point to tjrMJiili a ruporUr uvery lnldnlxliL. Tho sap was being en ro fully watcbod by skilled courtihip of tho or of Now York, nnd moil. Tho boys wanted to know all about otjiecially of nsrvanti who aro danlol facill-Hithis part, but they were so often cautioned for that eiHiillul kort of tblnz liUoori, to look out, and so afraid of tho hissing In Contra! park. T1m polleo-moIi larKilv ilo-igreat hot caldrons that they worn glad to dnvj out tbo oouploi nt 13 o'clock in got away into anothor room whoro wore tall tbo evoiilns. anl It Ii liks ihophord dofi funnsbshnpjd tanks, ns high as a housn. clonntiK vant llocki of sbcop out of tho Hero is ono men aro filling. Wo mm tboy wood. put In first n great blaukjt nnd thon pllo on dur-(j- OuarUnrj nnlntalnol nt tlii cnt)i many feet of black charcoal in lino powder. tbo roit of tbo nlbt, but It u oasy to "Tbvso nro percolator," oxplainod the guide. "Tho sap that y u taw boiling, wbon ftal i otitraucu oluwhcro over tliu low itona y walL Tlio wntor of tho lakoi olfors it'ls cooked in one af tor nnothor of thoso coitlpM nitam of death; tho llmbj of great rotorts is drawn olf hero where it Is Do trif n'qulro tlin icant out.1t of a nooo lllbjrod. You will llko it best niter thnt. fir ktrauulktloit; nnd to thou nblo Lot us go into tho tutor's room." Away lo buy k)ihoii, or with n kulfo to cpon they wont Into n small cIoko room whoro n noft td for tin vein, the turf provide cloar stronm of wntor woro (lowing, tho unking sltMp. Hi I nil tho ktilcidoj boon boys thought thorn. Of couro they woro 1 whore thoy dlod, Central pnrl; would burlo thirsty and wanted a drink. hnvo Wcomo to much n coiuetory thnt no "Why, It's sweet,", was the clioru) of objucti m could havo Ihjoii inado to tho in young voice "This Is corn syrup. You soj somo is lurmont of Grant. And If tho motlvoi of could b) lKirnol nil tho thick anil somo thin. This will have to bo thcro w uM neod to bo no furtbor iiivontluii boilol over t) mitko It thicker," sal I tho uide. "This Is thick onough to bo cf tboui's for noroli anl pluyv Follow me and and crystalizol. Ijiyun Iiir lCInc nnd Coin. look out." Chicago Herald "ltnmli!r " "(ilt.M'E SUIiAIU 1 wa tnlkln;; with nu ouravor tho otbsr Away tiny went Into anothor room, sti1 ho t)ok bli dlcobox out of hit oyo day nu lling hot with more caldrons nnd mow ketnnd Mini. "T.io ruo for ongnivo I col in for tles. Thou on into anothor room, whero )u Iji como to us wore vats anl lots of macbinory. Here is a binsloii U ktlll uuabatetl. coutinually wltb dlmai nnd qtiartori on tubdlko ono with nicrewin tho middle. which they want ouuruvol mottjos and Boo tho wulor llyj but tbo water is syrup, term . Thou bauble tboy giro to and the tub Is a machine for squeezing tbo tbolr Jouiir Inly frlunls uud to each otborl sugar froe from the syrup, Wo soe tho Homo tf tbo thing! wo nro nk to put on blocks of Iron contain a white cr yellow canrings and wntcbos woull mako your back tor. That Is sugar. There It goos to be In lioro last wook loosenod out af its Iron prisou. Soo it Is in acbo. A German cauio nnl nld 'You vui jiooty pUiuoii, nln't III grout baru cakes. There aio moil shoveling I vm call kIiici'.' lis wont out, nnd ciino It into a mill that grinds it up lino, Now backiiHXtday with a Hub In wblch ho said wo go into tho laboratory and aro shown engraved tho word 'Hut by lino ho wnntod sugar made from ' duatb do in part.' Wo trio 1 to toll Mm of lookswhite I co as any sugar." tbo corn thnt as bU mlatnke, but ho wouldn't boar of It. and "'Tali.t vory sweot," remarks llttlo Dan wo cut it In. more to himself than aloud, but the profos-io- r 'Sjhio pooplo want torrlblo guiby tblngi hoard it and oxplainod. in their ring. Uno woman had ui ungrnvo "This Is grapo sugnr, my boy, and not word 'lovo' threo tltnoi in a ring, oaoli cano sugar. Tha chemical arrangements tho word bolus more deoily nn lor.scoro I than nro dlire rent Wo hop somo day to go a .tbo lat. A woit tldo boy hai brought tho tjp blgbor, and mako cano sugar out of same luagemsnt ring tbreo tlraet to us to corn." onjravo. Ho was jilted twice, and bo had Why Thoy Dou't Tall. tho fAlsd one's nanu ern.od and that of tho now J.inio put In Its place. Ono motto wo Chicago Times. , put in a wedding ring wast 'Each for tlio On tho sldos of tlio cavo rocontly discovother and both for God.' I once cut a mono- ' gruui on n woman's tooth. Fact I No, It ered in Calaveras county, California, are seen hugo bowldor', which seem about to fall wasn't in hor head, but on a fellow's watch- - upon and crush tho invader of tholr grand I tho rivarl" chain Over domain. A clour observation will show, however, that tho bowlders, which originTho Craie for Will. ally were displaced from tho roof, have boon Chicago Journal. caught iti a fissure in tbo wall, where tboy Two othar things are being tried by tbo havo remained In the samo threatening atstationers to mnko wax more oiponslvo and titude for centurlos, as is shown by tho 'fdihionablo. Thoy aro beginning to uio depth of tho calcareousdeposits which cover tblmbloi to bear soats, nnd bopo to make thorn. so mo deiljni a popular cinzo. Then scented waxes aro being imported from l'arl, with The American flume of I'oker. a variety of colors, nion) or less desirably Olobe. "Qath" In and couly. It Is said ona French Urm makoi The money bet on nthlotlo sports doos not wax, tho pertumo of which whon burning carry the demoralization of will (111 a room and last for hours about tbo generally money put on cards wbero triokery Is n euTolopo. component of tho game. Tho Amerlcnu gamo of pakcr Is llko tho higbost form of lS'evr Kind of Ilriitn. nlcobol, and It has sot the world on fire. It Sacramonto (Cal.) Union ,s purely nnd ouly a gnmo for bottlng, nnl A now species of boar has been disco vorod ts dovotoes aro in cvory linmlot. No doubt on Mount Bhmta which Is found In no otbor part of tho world. It is about tho sire of a it does, llko war, tost tho staying quality nnd moral coiiwro of a awn, and yet, llko war, ebopbord dog, It whlto and very ferocious. Tbrco have bion killed lulely. it is tbo sum of all ovil "1 -- platform with a railing. "Get on this und bo caroful for wo will bo carried right Ui.tt Away tbo elevator shot story after story, now past groat wheolsnnd bolu, now through blinding steam, up and up. "I5o careful of thnt machinery," shouted tho guldo, "and go up that stair." reporter Up Uioy wont, now through a door alonf; "Well, it It supposed," rojolnod tbo olllcor n dark parage bosldo n groat Iron wutur with a laugh, "that whlto pooplo won't caro tank that lal 1 on IU side over 1U0 foot long, to Mw tho lama book that tho coloroJ pw-pl- a up anothor stulr through another door, and kiss." behold tboy aro on tha roof 150 feet in tho Tb books thoro being a lull In tho 'bull-nosair. Tho whole city of Chicago llos nt our woro nsally dliKsl ono on top of feet. Tbo sight would be grand If it was tbo otlisr against tbo w.ill at otu sldo of tin not for tbo cloud of smoko that haugs llko a desk. Tbo rejtorUir thought that ufur such fog limiting our vision. Wo too a train loving companionship thero couldn't bo crawling along llko a saake, tionos look like much choice for a klsi Tboc bo tttackoi mice and inn llko brownies. 1 s'' A lllblo Tlmt V Kissed to l'leeos. (llalilmoro Herald.) Tliroo liibloi lou) im odor of tnticlty to tbo desk Iwtilnd wblch '8Ulro Wletior II vtont to confront tho quaking who nro Lroujlit for trial to tbo western station Iicuim. Two of tlio lllblot aro small, justnlikn.ntid In agojdstnto of Tlio thirl Ii larger, an I look ns If It only nooJed to bo raisod to fall to plocos. Iti back Ii In tut tors, and tbii clotli In which It wni originally bound ii black)uod toubony. A roportor tru struck first by tha Apparent superfluity of sicroj. Ilturaturo, and socotilly by tho contrast li tb condition of tbo volume. "Tlio two mull book aro for whlto pjopln and tho larger ono for colored," oxpluluod an ofllewr in roply to an Inquiry. "Hut why tho dUcrimluatlonr quorlod tho light-colore- d "Well, hero wo aro III tho yard, and I odvlso you to uio your oyos. You will want to look sham wbon wo nro In tho building nnd kcop closo to mo." "Do you too thoMo cars I Tboyaro full of corn. Thero wo soo tho corn pouring out of tbo one at that spout. Wo will nn nioro of tbo corn Hut let us go to tho nnd Ibi great change. office and got n guide." In a short tltno tbo party worodlvestod of all suporlluom wrnjia nnd wo will follow thorn to toe what thoy saw. Away thoy went nmong gront vnti thnt lookel llko railroad water tanks, or until they camo tj a tho soeon problem. HISTOIIY OK TMK In You I'zypt, that old, old land of science, atid supsrstitlon, of sensuous colotiug, splendor, of Isis und Oilris, of of Cleopatra tbo magnificent, and tho mysterious pyramids Is thero any homo-llf- o t horo I No, cortnlnly not, ns wo understand it Of cour o, tho ioopIa there must oit, drink and sloop in obedience t) the luexora-bilaws of our common humanity, but there can bo no dotcestlo life whoro thero is no woman at tho bead of tho housohold, and the Kgyptlan women are niero nullities. Thero Is no mtddlo class, so that tboy are divldod Into tho two class extremes of high atid low, Iho high lifo is that of tbo baroeru, at thy call it, and not harem, nnd Is much better known throughout Kuropo than that of tbo loner-clas- s Egyptian worn on. During my rcsldonco in Carlo I was fiequontly ndinlttel to tbo liarom upon tho invitation of the mother of the viceroy of Kfypt, Ismail I'ascba, fathdr of tbo present pat ha. Itmail was the viceroy, or second in distinction to tho sultan of Egypt Tbo pasba was so afraid of being polwnod that his o mother cooked all ho a to, and fortbat she accompanied him wherever ho wont Pobonlng is tbo favorite mot bod in that country of getting rid of au obnoxious person. It is much moro speedy and Infinitely less expnnslvo than a state trial loml-barbarlo pur-pos- Iloso Kytlngo In New York Star nsk If thore Is any homo-lif- e THE LOT OP WOMAN. tub iin rat dlst hot-tlo-- wllco-taUo- i With tho exception of tbo viceroy's mother I nover know a woman of blgh position to know anything at all of tbo culinary art I usod of ton to spoud a whole day in tho huroin and never saw any of the woman doing anything useful. Thoy aro very seldom taught to read or write Conversation is gsuorully carried on with a forelguor in French through tho aid of an Intorprotor. I soon picked up Arabic enough to ronvero with them without aid. They livo lif great bplondor uud total idlouoss. They have no plcturas In their pslaco and poasesi no furelgu or native literature. Thoy nover now, or oven embroider, and thoir only recreatl jii consists in seolng girli dim co uud In lUtenlug to somo barbaric music, or to stories told them by an old woman in true Arabian Night's style. Tbo Egyptian women nro fully develood at tho age of 13 nnd ol 1 at d). Their forms are usually ilio.t oxquuito until fat that bauoofbitb inon nn women in high lifo destroys tin dollcato beauty of thoir outTbo uppir portion of tholr faces, lines. eyo, brows and fore heads fnro wondromly lovely, but tho Ijwox part, below tho nose, Is ugly, bully formod anl heavy, as a rule. Fortunately for them, they aro .onabled t j conceal tboii defects by the veil they wear. So far from lng discontented with tholr lot, tbo women 'f Egypt havo tho utmost pity for their clvlllzod slton, opecially In matters of mo heart Tboy bay our husbands can care nothing for us, or thoy would not allow other men to look upDti our facos, and thluk that civilized wotnou poisoss no modesty to go uuvoiled. As tho men do tbo rooking and tbo main part of tbo sowing in Egypt, it Is easy to seo why 'thero Is no employment for woman. Except In rare casos, thoir Intolbgenco doos not e i coed that of nu American child IU or 12 years of nge. Tbnaoforo, tbo men, themselves not much superior, still have hardly nny ropoct for them. 1 Primary Election in Sth Judicial Dittntt. The Democratic District C inmltleH cf tbe8lh Jtidirisl D,.tt'c net at thn nlKte of the Intkhiou Jol-hkat 1 v. M. No. it. I - to order by vember 20tb, and Chairman J. E L? n. Pretent besides the Chairman It. II. Totnllnson, of Gar md, W, B. Pettti., of Pulankl, who held the proxy of Whvii, hi,J Col. T. P. Hill, who held that of Jtockcantle countv. On tnntlonnf Mr. Tomlln-im- , W P. Walton wss appoints! and then after confiderablt- - dtaeuwlciu, it whh orJered: First, Thnt a priwHrv be held in the ountifs cimpolug the snid dintrfrt on th- first Sstur.Nv in March, 18S0, he tweenthe hours of S A t and 7 v. jr., for thn purpose of nomlnatinij a ciodit'ute for Circuit Judce and Commonwealth' Attor ney. Sid election to bs held at the regular voting placer, to be br ballot and the nameof each voter to be. recorded in a book prepared for that purpoe. Second, That no one shall bo eligible to vote nt said election except those who are and will be entitled to a vote at the August election, ISSO, according to the laws of the Stale, and who are identified with the democratic party, ami who, if voting at the November election, 18S4, voleJ for the democratic electors for President and Vice Prerident. Third, That the judged and clerks'of the eeveral voting places in the district, at the close of the polls, count the ballots and certify the number of the same to the Chairman of their resiectlve County Com mittees and deliver the said certificate, with ballot nnd poll books to him, cot later than the Wednesday following the said election. It shall then be the duty of raid Chairman to examine and count the ballota nnd certify the result in his county to the Chairman of the District Committee, not later than the second Saturday in March, who eball announce the result and declare m the nomitees tor the respective office, the candidate receiving a plurality of the vote cast for each office. Fourth, That the Chairman of the various County Cotnniitteer, appoint two judges nd a clerk, who are democrats, for each voting place, to hold said election, m near as possible electing a friend of each i, r ev-er- al can-didat- e. & STAGG, Stanford, Ky. I3V WlMCH. T13A.I13Iia DrngB, jueuiicuia, f T.lminr uoouh, I'HllltM, Stationery, Cigarx, Pocket OIIh, SoupH, Tolmccos, Cutlery, sLumpg, Perfumery, Fire Anus, Alachln Innfi-notitr-n- iVhII Paper, aitlHfClll Our Jewelry, Sllverwnro and Optical (Joods Department Is In Charge or Col, Tlios. Ulchards, who will Itepnlr Hatches nnd Clocks promptly and in tho DOBt stylo. Ncedlfii. Ilryaut Stratton. Short-ban- -- THE- mill LOUISVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. Penmanship, Book-keepiType-writin- g, Banking, Arithmetic, Ac. It book-keepe- Is the only and College In this section wherein Is taught as books are kept by tbo best bankers, and a thorough practical knowledge of account given. Has the largest and best arranged rooms of any College lo tho West. Thousands ol successful gTadustes testify to the above. Oradu sirs bavo no tiouble in obtaining good situations. Call or address IiOnisvillo Bryant & Stratton Business College, Cor. Third and Jeflerson, LOUISVILLE, KY. 'Alfetei PHARMACISTS, -- DKALKaS IN- - Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded. ?M CJ117.V "ilT:.1i atot. JEWELERS. Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware Ever bought to this market Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short cotico and Warranted. rn.n.l!l":l' ""17!7"T.r;iT1iMri Fifth, Tha newspaper of the district are requested lo publish theoe proceedings and then on motion the Cominitlee adjourned. J. E. Lynn, Ch'tu, Sth District Committee W . P. ALTON, Secretary. Primary Election in Lincoln County. In conformity with a resolution adopted by the Lincoln County Democratic Committee at a meeting held November 2J, I hereby order a primary election to be held at the various precincts in the eaid county of Lincoln on the rame day and hoars of the above, that is the first Saturday in March, 1S8G, between the hour of 8 A. si and 7 r m., the qualification of voters to he the es.me as provided in the second sec tion of the above order, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the various county offices to be chosen at the next Attgurt election Tbo vote ehall be viva ycce and be recorded in the usual manner. At the clore of the polls the officers, whom I will hereafter appoint, ehall certify thenum ber of votes each candidate received aril send the certificate with the poll book to me at Stanford by the Wedntrday following the election. A it tske niom-to recure poll books and time to prepsre them, thope candidates who wth to have their name enrolled will mske it known to me bv paying an assessment of $1 j. e Lynn, Chm , County Committee Bucken's Arnica Salve. The best Sslvo in tbo world lor Cuts Bruises Sore ialt Itbciim, Kever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Himds, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, is guaranteed to giro perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. X'rlce 2S cents per box. For sale by Tcnny A McAllstor. An Old Citizen Speaks. J. M. Norrls, an oil cltlzfn of Koine, Oa. isys that be had Urn badly troubled with Kid.Mr. PLEASE DONT FORGET That we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That our stock ofPleasure Vehic les, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, is always complete, IlINNKU IN THE IIATtEM. :i nliKi-l'ttel- d except the humming bird. It resembles our reed blrl in taito and makes jut a mouth-fuTlio lamb Is ronstod ovor a slow flro until it is cookod to shrods nnd melts Into Tho Egyptians have no oue ns It woro. tystomizod way of oatlng, no sot time for meaN, butkoepup a continual munching of sweets, of which they have a great variety unknown to us, nnd till slckoningly sweet to u European paluto. Tboy uso honoy for sugar. In an Egyptian kitchen thero Is a total nbsenco of what a civilized cook would consider indispensable in the way of cooking utensils and appliances. Thore Is uo drosser upon which tc arrange tho dishes; tboro Is no sink iur running water, nor anything liko ourcocktiig stove or range, but upon ono side of tto kitcbou there is erectod a structure of masonry which resembles a great square shelf with deep drawors, tbo openings to vhlcb are on the top. This queer object is the Egyptian rango tbo openings are charcoal furnace;, and as tboy nro disconnected, a cook can havo a dozen I have fires, or only ono, as he desires. often beou astoilshod at tbo excollouco and delicacy of n dinnor cooked upon una of these rudo ranges. L Lot mo a dinner in tho harem when a gtiost Is present. Their tablos aro always circular and about a foot and a half In height Thoy sit like dolls around thorn on cushions. Tbo old, luactivo and fat, oneo down, havo to bo pullod up. Thoy servo but ono dish at a time, nnl that in a lsrgo circular salver of sllvor, Lrass or sometimes gold. Tbcy have no forks, dips but each knivos or tho lingers right of two hand into tlio dish and tnkot out a bit, tho moat having boon cut Into btnall ploros in tho Mtchon. If tluy wish to particularly distinguish n vi itor thoy solect n dainty pieco nnd plnco It in her mouth. It would bo an insult to betray any feeling but delight at sucli a mark of favor. A groat dish for a foast, nn 1 ono which fow Christian women havo over taste I, is thnt of a lamb rontto 1 wholo. After tbo manner of u noit of Chlnoo boxe, each smaller than tho other, tho lamb Is fctulIVd with a while turkey, tho turkey tho chicken with with a chicken, a pigeon, the plgoon with nqinll, the quail with a becnllca, tho smallest bird known hk-oii- ney Complaint for a great many years and with Eczema for three years; at times could scarcely walk, nnd bad tried many remedies without ben-fli- t, before bo began taMPc Electric Bitters and anointing bis bands with llucklen's Arnica Salve, This treatment afforded him great relief and he ttrongly recommends Electric Bitters to all who suffer wllh Kidney Complaints or need a Blood Puilfler. tJold by I'enny A McAllster. Most Excellent. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knorvllle, Tenn., writes.-- "My family and I are beneficiaries of your most excellent medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption; having found It to be all that you claim for it, desire to testify to its virtue. My friends to whom I havo recommended It ptalse It at every opportunity." Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure Coughs, ( olds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and every atlectlon of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Trial Bottles Free at Penny A McAllster's Drug Store. Lirgi size. 81. And thai we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements. Grain Drills, Turning Plows, both riding and walking, . J. J. A Slldcet Talks About Philadelphia Press lland-Shakln- g. Positive Cure for Piles. To tbo peopled this county we would say that we have been given the Agincy of Dr. Marcblsl's And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. BRICrBCT A. "Don't you got very tired of tbo handshaking you must go through )' was askod the little Countesi Magri. "Yes, sometimes it Is very tiresomo," she replied, "but on tia whole I llko it. I like tho public very much. I tlul it tnxes my strength somotimos to shake hands. Pooplo draw one's strength away, and then so few know how to shake hands properly. First will come a dry, hard hand, then a moist ono, next a thoughtless porson will grasp, as If take my baud with a vlco-llkho entirely forgot that it was llesh nud blood. Tho English don't know how to shako ban Is at all They go at it ns if they wore workuud beam to look upon it ing a pump-bandlI someas n sort of muscular exercise. times wish evoiybody would try tho Cbltioeo plan of slm'dng their own hitids and lotting me do tbo tamo willi mine." e o Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind Bleeding or Itching riles. Price 50c a box. For sale by Penuy A McAllster, Druggists. JHS'TGAXflF', 6c Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Wo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcblsl's Female Bemedy, t cure Female Diseases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Dlsplaceme&t or bearing down felling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ot Llfe.Leuchorrbn'a, besides many wealnessesiprlng-lo- g from the above, like Headache, 'Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For tale by Druggists. Prices Jl and 51 SO per bottle. Send to Dr. I U MarchM. N. Y., fer psmrblet, free, lor sale by Penny A McAllster, Druggists. SUCCESSORS TO BRIGHT CDRRAN. llltle Grand Combination JOURNAL al One year for only 83 two papers for more tban the price of one. THE INTERIOR Anl the Louisville fit, Weekly Courier-Journ- By paying us 13 you still receive for one year l, your homo paper with tbe tho representative newspaper of the South, democrat-l- a and for a tarlif for revenue only, and tbo best, brightest and ablest faintly wiWy In the United .States. Tboflu who desire to extrulno a sampla can do so at this oOce. copy of tha Courier-JournCourier-Journaal -i Titkm will be no orsaaiwd fight against theBjard of Equallzition In the coming HUSTON VUE. LINCOLN COUNTT. MARRIAGES. I The matter has been so Legislature. discussed that the people now thoroughly November 26, 1886 understand It, aud every honest tax payer Stanford, Ky.,-- of which class we hope there is a majori-t- y is deairoua that the Hjardahill stand. P. WALTON. W. Yeoman. We thlr.k you are mistaken. Hon. F. F. Bibbitt haa promtaed hia conrepealed and there of stituents that it shall be Let us gle thank. In tho hlstorr bad are a number of good reaaona why it neer ourcoontrr, the people greatly Improved upon. ld and thankful should be or cause for beln Rreater Lord, The Courier Journal is beyond compare than In thia good old year of our at home and abroad; with tho best inorninz piper published in the 18S5. At pe&ca the pper for eectional animosities neirer obliterated g 8otithwest and Kpntiickifina. Read Its proapectua in thia with a Internal feel-inthan ever before, and subscriber enliat fait taking its place; with bountiful iaaue and if yon are not a ab. at once. We send ita weekly with our pa-pproperty; the nnA mmmfreial dheater; for $3 for both a year. eence of epUemic aad virulent the nnnifold Mewing and all for the TnE Frankfort Capital will be issued vouchMfed to ua aa a nation, we are dally during the seaaion of the Legislature, ahould be profoundly grateful and thankful which shows that there is always balm In cua to the Giver of every gsod gift. The Glllead and a compenaatton for every evil. setting aputonaday in every year The session lasts usually about 100 daya torn of New for the giving of thanks oriinated in and he dally will be sent the whole time 1SC2, when Lincoln ia England, but cince for only $1. , of sued tbc 6rt proclamation for a day sucThe London papers, after calling each prayer and thankeetvinj: for the triumph- - other every mean thing they could think cess of the Federal Ariniea oud a fourth of, have wiaely concluded to quit grumb. ant termination of the civil war, the HB. Thursday in each November has ben MOTES OP CURRENT EVENTS. by the President of the United States and supplemented by the governoiB Galveston sufferers by the fire havo renational of the varioua State, aa a day of ceived $100,00(1 in contributions. thanksgiving. A fine Bengal tigress, bought by New Congress has since made the day a legal York for Central I'ark, cost only $800. holiday, and he custom of observing it Near Dubois, Pa , a shanty burned and will no doubt last as long as our govern- two drunken occupant, Jamea McGravea not ment. Until late years the Bouth has Campbell, burned to death. the obtervance of and Willam paid that attentiom to The Secretary of the Treasury appointThanksgiving as they do in the North, but ed James C. Dugan to be Local Inspector every year the day is growing more sacred, of Steam Boilers at the port of Loulaville. and now from one end of the countiy to Gen. Jonanovltoh, dismissed from the the .other the christian people unite in Servian army for disobeying orders, has giving thanks and praise to Almighty God. committed suicide by shooting himself It is meet, too, thot they should do so, for with a revolver. no nation under tbe sun ia so prosperous The administrator of T. J. Nichols, and happy aa ours. Originally we suppose an ac feasting, but who died from injuries received in it was not designed m ft day of haa brought suit aealnat thank-fu- l cident on K.C, as a man is in more condition to feel road for $50,000. hia stomach ia full, it ia well that that when John Charles Fremont, the first repuband the innovation has been established lican candidate for the Preaidency, ia now that the turkey the most glorious of birda, aeventr-twyears old and ia said to be in a the eagle not excepted, has been designed for we state of extreme poverty. especial eervice on that day. And while Mies Cora Erwln, of Kansas uty, oc who are able are enjoying the good things TPrdlct for $10,000 for breach of .tn of life to day, let us not forget the poor in a auit againat Robert L. Jacobs, and the suffering, but give them caoae too promise of Excelsior Springs, Mo. to be thankful and happy. There are Willie Demund blew off hia thumb who long for the people right in thia town, . finger with dynamite, at Williams-nwncrumbs that fall from our tables and who and Mich. The fright cauaed the boy' of DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNT T. shiver and Buffer with cold for the want die- deserving pen-pi- grandmother to drop dead from heart proper clothing. They are Fat hogs are worth 3 cents in Danville . wolf ease. ia too, who fight hard to keep the The Secretary ot the Treasury, from their door. Let us give to them of atated, will dismiss a number of clerks A. E. Gibbons ia frescoing tbe ceiling our abundance remembering it ia more Dec. 1 for being offensive and tmpouie 10 of his businew house on Third street and blessed to give than to receive. So here's persona transacting business with the De otherwise beautifying tne aime. wishing that everybody may enjoy the partment. Rev. P.T. Hale on Monday evening day and for the especial benefit of those Wm. A. .Beach was apoomieu wna-to- r received a telegram announcing tbe death who love to read we present tbia double of Internal Revenue for the Twenty of his sister at Starksville, Missieaippi. number of the Interior Journal, conf- third district of New York. There now Heege's Bad Boy Company will exhibident that they at least will be edified and remains but three Collectora who were in (Wednesday) it at the Opera House entertained. office March i. Mioatrels to morrow and I. W. Balrd's James Menaugh, town marshal of 1 ar- night. The Winchester Sun declares unequivoand in the U. Unorted to have inflicted euch inju cally for the whipping-poa- t J. W. Gnthr e. whoae arrest waa no course of a well conaidered editorial eays: ries upon a colored woman, named Snell, ticed in the lat report, has not yet been as the while she was under arrest, aa win cause tried. He is indignant over hia arreat, and We are in favor of a whipping-pos- t cheap and effectual way of her death. He haa lied. only ppcedy, claima that he is maliciously persecuted treating petit larceny and some other minWright died at Medford, Mass., A suit for damages is talked about. Elizur Haas & Handman are killing aud or crimes. One fellow jumps up and Fays aged 81. He wan closely identified with We answer, that anti slavery publications in the days when shipping about 400 turkeys per week. They barbirism. it is a relic of whipping ia authorized to be applied to the Abolitionist were miking their bitter-ea- t are buying all they can find and paying and most determined efforts. convict, serying in the penitentiary, and ia good prices therefor. Fox, used often, aa we learn, so when you eend a The lower portions of New York city Mr. Peter Fox, eon of the State prison to avoid are inundated, both the Hudson and Eist of this place, is quite ill in New York. Hia criminal to threshing him, you are putting him in the Rivers having 07ertbwed. The storm and brother.Mr.C.C. Fox, went to eee him very place to catch it. We know that thia tide ia the worst ever known in the city. the beginning of the week. Mr. Biall lawia moet objected arainat because it Millions of property has been aweept away. Guest will leave Mouday on a business Rumora of the death of King Alfonso trip to Waehington City and Cnicago. Mr. would fill heaviest upon the colored race. London. fk.-i.- .. iu v. .Tnhnsnn. a turfman of Louis law iihould be made to apply to cer were current Wendesday The e who com-m- it Though they are probably incorrect, there tain crimes, and then let tho-ia in town. Mr. Francia Cropper, of ville, them Buffer. ia ro doubt that he is in a precarious con- Chicago, ia visiting hia mother, Mra M dition, and hia death may occur at any mo- E. Cropper, at Gilcher'a. The beet suggestion in regard to the ment. Geo. Grant planted hia right duke in oi proposed business meeting of the Kentucky A m9 convention eight and Henry Fry's left optic Tue-dn- y of editors comes from Mr. Ilawthorne Hill, Hardin county will be held at Elizabeth-tow- n, Henry and threatened he then drew a navy on the Louisville Commercial, in which December 20, to give expression to was tried Wednesday doubtful whether any united their wishes in reference to the approprii-tio- n to ehot him. George "It is morning and fined $20 and bound over to effjr't can help newspapers to get subscripof $10,000 aurplua fund now belong keep the peace. Dick Mason blackeil Jonn tions or advertibcmenta, or to collect cash ing to the county. Fellmen's eye and drew a knife on him. some have uugsted. from pntron, as Et Confederate soldiers, who were bill was $10. Both are in ihe work Every newspaper, in a business sense, muat drafted into service, are being swindled by Dick's in default of payment. Two women, stand upon its own merits, the fitteit Washington claim agenta, who delude them house colore!, were sent npwfmaner not wanting the with the idea that they cm collect from the one white and the other fi days each for lewd work house orders of advertising agents at starvation government for the reaaon that they were to the conduct. Mollie Brooks waa tho white can reject them without calling the forced to fiut. prices woman's name and Bittie Cahl the "en attention of the whole State to it. An aa Near Clarion, P., two robbers went to of the colored person. aociation which would support a worthless the house of an old man named Jacob Lafe tillemeni" UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. newspaper at the expanse of better onoi and on hia refusal to divulge tbe hiding would hi an ev.l." hia money, poured pstroleum on place of Managed by Jno. B. Fish. Judge F. T. Fox denies that he is aa ap- him on.lintnrn tn it. He told Where tllO Thanksgiving turkeys are scarce. Not but money waa bat was terribly burned. plicant for office under Mr. Cleveland, a great miny willbe used up here to have tbe light-uin- g Bourbon county is in a prosperous confesses to a willingness The track on the railroid eiich at Claima was strike him in the shape of a good pay- condition. Her last Court of ia bein laid with eteel raila. and a half and the this place ing one. The president ought to do eorae in secsion only a We have had two daya of almost con one thing for a man who talks as Judge Fox only levy made was ten cents on the tinual snow, but it disappeared as fsst as it Ha wye: "I regard hundred dollars for county purpoeea. The fell. does about him. to F. L Thompson and wife have returnPresident Clevehnd the greatest man who taxes, Stato and county, only amount ed from a visit to relatives in Garrard. been in the chair since Washington. 62 J cents on the $100. haa puti-sanis- m, Col. Caarlea Green, President of the W. G. Adams ia bck from Missouri. RepHe haa ideas of government above him further because he St. Louis Fair Association, ia in Washing- resentative W. R Rimsey, of London, waa I admire rinj- - of Kenton to havo a bill introduced in Congress in town this week. has sat upon the Knott-Bec- k in giving Ken- locitlng the International Fair in 1892, tucky, and because be has, The special term of the County Court appointments, selected commemorative of the Unding of Colum- yesterday reached to build a new county tucky its thare of bus, at the Mound Cjty. Louisville aud jail. They passed a resolution asking the the best men." proud Chicago will contest for the locition. Legislature to give the county power to A MtMTAUKBS mise bears the are on a strike, aell the county's bonds it the amount not Pittsburgh distinction of being the only female awitch and tho manufacturers there claim that exceeding $3,000 for tho purpose of build..-- ... in America. Sbe etrna $10 per same line are ing said jtil. J. W. Brown, J. K. MiCla-r- y to accept the Eisleru manufacturers in the month and she is too sensible furnishing the strikers with fundi, and and M.J. C;ok were appointed a com. numerous effets of marnace maun 10 uer propose to continue to do bo until the before divide it with miltee to draft a bill and present it by hzj men who want to strike ends. Thia shrewd but uncommerat its session this winter. theL?gMituw . her. cial conduct gives the Eistern men a comthe cells which are now in the THECommissiorerof Internal Revenue, plete monopoly of the nail trade, and they $8 000 with ono old jil will builJ a very respectable the abolition Mr J 8 Miller, recommend are making the most of it. It will ba import-bl- e roddonrc and an and j tiler's of'tbo office of tobicco inspector months King Milan bai decided to nbdictf e to begin work lor nearly twelve bonded period for whi'ky. This the throne since his fearful defeat and will unlimited yet. . be received with likely be succeeded by Prince Ivrapovrge-rich- . latter proportion will Stock hogs 3 cents and corn $1 50 per producers of the article. The Bulgarian lo'ses ho far in tho ureal favor by the barrel am the ruling figures in Scott. , Sun cccwionilly gets off cimpaigu are 200 dead acd 2,000 wounded, near Hheppsrdsville, Paroquet-SpringsThe New York as a general thing it steers 350 of the latter being severely injured. Including the hotel and 100 acres of land, the track, but democratic line. It is In Sixt7 four Satvian offietra have been killed were sold under judicial decrse at Louis-..- i Tery close to the new.paper and in that or wounded. Five hundred starving Servi- - - t wifWrd bv Go W. its fullest meaning a i to tL- - Hiigerwns r,n j.u fc vo ill-..- '" o and utwaya reliable the frontier. Simmons tor 5t51,UU5. column. to advertisement in another he ..,, d o Uriah Dunn has returaei from the South. Miss Dollle Williams is at home from Harrodaburg on a furlough. Eliza Sutton, who has had a serloua k of fever, is reported improving. Tbe candy parly of last week waa financially a succew. The few who attend od Reld's peripatetic concert are apologizing for their blunder. T, t. nntiraihlii that In the scarcity of preaching the citizens of Hustonvllle have .t.ol.1..! m monil their own ways, which is attested by a liberal application of gravel to the streets. Dave Allen la off again with n car load of hog bought at 3$. Will iTocker has taken a position at the Rowland railroad office. Josh Swope is growing fat on his candidacy eight-day- s' Have just returned from an "deestrix," and have ride among the no means of catching on to enrrent news. Was grieved to learn that R. H. Thompson, young one of our best and moet promising a victim Monday married men, had fallen evening to the fearful typhoid fever. A young, intelligent and accomplished wife and five interesting little children survlte him. Thnlast exhibit of the accommodatirg spirit of the railroad ia aeen in the arrange -ment by which our mails -- out ana in are Milledgevllle for distribution. The sent to practical result la that the letter, whlcb, In our palmier days, flitted over the ten miles Intervening between us and Stanford in two days now requires three In wnicn 10 make tho transit. It is moved and seconded that we have our mails directed to Louway of lightning isville and employ-- by express Arch Canon's "Charlea" to ply Are you between this point and that. ready for the question? After my late experience in wnuirn.B through the country I can not refrain from the declaration that for large, generous and cordial hospitality, unassuming and un feigned generality, and tnougnuui anu judicious attention to the wants of the wayfarer, old Lincoln stands without a rival. I went among her people a stranger and an orphan not oppressively young 'tis true wim oia ana but fearfully dlffiJent-a- na classes, everywhere, all young, among all united In their contributions to my comfort and enjoyment. Vive Lincoln! May her future be heroic as her paat, bright and peaceful as her present and etalnleea as her history. - Married, at Montlcello, Ky., Nov. 22, by Rev. W. J Holtzclaw, Mr. Hiram R Hays, County Attorney of Wayne county, and Mias Eva O arena, of Pulaakt county. In Pennsylvania a girl under age and without parents has to have a guardian appointed to sign her request for a marriage license, in case she wanta to get married. The proceeding coaU $15. More than the average girl in that Stale la worth. In the breach of promise auit of Miss Bettle Turner againat Mr. Thomas M. Ryan, at May field, In which damage to the amount of $5,000 waa claimed, the jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff, awarding her $1,000. The verdict is heartily approved by the communltyj RELIGIOUS. THE CHEAP O-EOOEJ- K. t. r. walton; DEALER IM- - JKr-- X IBS"""1 "111 W Q 33 mm--:- : 2 o The faith cure people are holding a convention in Philadelphia. St. Joseph's, the first colored Catholic church in Virginia, was dedicated at Richmond. Mr. Beecoer annoiincea that the chariof the late II. B. Claffin amounted to ties about one million dollars. The revival now In progress hi the Baptist church conducted by Rev. J J. Taylor haa resulted in twenty conversion. -- Winchester Sun The missionary societie of the Methodist church have appropriated the groat sum of $1,155,230 for home and foreign missions during the ensuing year. William Noble, the English temperance lecturer, plays an accompaniment on on the concertina when ho ting and calls upon his hearers to don the blue ribbon. A Thanksgiving service in which all the churches are invited to participate will be held at tbe Methodist church this morning. Rev. F. S. Pollltt will preich at 11 And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDIT10.N TO (UtOCKHlKS ANU t'UOVHIONS. HE EECM Tin-- , Glass- - and Queensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- o'cltck. Rev. Henry M Scndder has received flattering and unanimous call to tbe pas a torshlp of the First Presbyterian church of Little Rock, the largest church In Arkansas. He will probably accept. Evangelist W. P. Hirvey, Superintendent of;Biptist Mission of the Etst district of Kentucky, in the last two months has raised $2,500 for missions, held fifteen revivals, resulting in 405 additions, and organized seven churches at important cen Courier-Journatre of influence. faith. cure story has been eel Another afloat. It relates this time to Miss Jennie Brown, a young lady of Newark, O , who has been brought to thr verge of the grave by consumption, and who waa last Monday annointed and pravtd for by a disciple of the theory. She got up the next morning and continued during the week to regain her health with astonishing rapidity. l. Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. Uvi-- n e, ... LAND. STOCK AND CROP - e .... sur--t.:.- ... o d-i- nail-mak- ers cattle, averaging about 1400 lb., at 4 cents. J. M. Hail sold to Ad. Catron 39 flopping cattle weighing about 000 pouuls, at 2) cents. A. B. Bowling, of Fayette, bought ISO feeding cattle, weighing 1,150, at 4 to IJ Parla News. Mr J. C. Hays has bought principally in Laurel county, 3S head of 4 to G year-olmules Bt prices ranging from $75 to 5125 The 'lime says the Georgetown Cream ery ia more than paying expense since it has been run as an individual and rot as a stockholder's enterprise A dczjn big cheee, weighing from fifteen hundred tn three thousand pounds, recently arrived at New York on their way to the English and Scotch markets. Dr. Doug Price has sold hia tlgck of 128 turkeys nt $1 each. Tbey are what the Dr. calla the yellow red, and are re Lexington Prer. markable for their sale. Best butcher cattle ara in demand In Louisville at tj to 4, othor grades drag at IJ to 4 cents. Smooth picking hogs are active at 3J to 3 S5. Soeep are firm at 1 to 3 cents The next annual meeting of the Ken tucky State Horticultural Society takes place at Glasgow, December 1, 1880, and tbe L k N announces a rite of four cents for the round trip. The Cattle and norse Growers Associ ation is in scsion at St. Louis with S8S delegates present, who represent 45,000,000 cattle, 10,000,000 hones and a capital of two thousand million'. Uncle El. McRoberts shipped his noted gray horse South the other day to be sold. He is 10 years old and the amount be brings is looked forward to with interest by those who have known him po long. John W. Maslin sold his fine Woodford county farm, condating of 205 acres, to Mr. John King, of Louisville, at $75 per acre, cwh. Tho sale was made through Col C E Ho?e, of this city, who recently became one of the purchasers of the Scott Yeoman. farm C. B. Sullivan, of Madison, sold to Mr. Gentry, of Lsxhigtoo, 22 extra fat muleB at $125 each. Thia was the top of tho lot, the others hiwiug been told at $122, J. W. Ferguson nnd son Bob and Joo Hall, have iuat received 210 feed-infor cattle from Fleming county, $125 per they paid from $3 00 which cw'- .- Paris Ncvi. WisninsTER Cjuitr. TherH were 700 cittle on the market and generally of good clas. About 200 feeders fold; 20 hosd, at 1,050, brought $51; 32 of same $120p?rcwt.j 31 held of extras, $130; 20 head 4 ot.; 32 head SI 3S. This was the highest price realizad. 15. F. Robin-so- u of Garrard, sold C2 head of good feed-eweight 1,000, at $-- 15; 33 No. 1 steer calvea brought $18 30. A few mules sold at $100 to $137.50- .- Sun. d son-in-lag -- J E. Lynn sold Big lot of Salt at T. R. Walton'. to Tom Wood 34 fat Corner Main and Somerset Sts. is the best place to buy. Well Paid Employment! Ow you, If lrji tctccurdl by In lewjrou iri wonltit, a foiuptrnt l rttj Ultlecipeu, If ! Short Im ml IVrltrr. Hie aattilog This you any Miortliiuiri Institute nt LomIkyIHc, It jr., or Xnslnlllo, Tcim, While SliirlhmJ nJ TTpowMllnc rUlwicur tuition In I'F.NMANMIlr, AltmiMKTIt' n.l can Mt toiiio to ui, HOOK-- nitfotlnn our lu4f nM iwflre the rry tmt 4 hhl'IMl t greatly rnlurnl raid. U you in Wc Can Tfiicli You by .Mull hn Thorough. icll. !'rolicr H A it .tnwlit III)', Irim., or l.on Im for Clrculsrt to J I IIAI.K, l'rlnrlpil hhorthin.l Imtltute. AJJroi lilra rltbti , tty,, wMcIkw It ili uui coiiTenlent txint far yeur Ci-Sui W. H. HIGGINS -- DIULKU IN Ilnnlwiirc, Iron, llorao IWuIIh, Shoes', Grocrien, H"KRJ' U'hcelH, SIovoh, G rut cm, NpollcH, III His, Ntoiietruro, NuiIiMch, Qtit'tiiiHirnrc, HiiRKy Whip Cuno .IIHIn, IIuriiCH, ( Chler MIIIh, JLnp Cover, Corn ShcllorH, Col turn, Oliver Chilhd, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plovi, Wooden an Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfiald Elevator. Tin Root- ,,,, H. C. RUPLEY, t IP. II. ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. .tleKlntiru, MEItCIIA.NT TAIf.OIC. I biro rccelYi-- nnd ttlll ro:elvln2 L NEW GOODS FOK-FAL- & WINTER Courrlslog thr licit In tho niiriet, which wllll Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Socond to Nono in City or Country. Gtvu Sle n Trial. K D UNDERTAKER, AND- - re-lK- mireii. A six inch hdow covers a portion of Maryland, while at Lockhaveo, Pa . it is thne feet nnd still 'er enowiug. A Full ami complete UHHortiucnlof Furniture, embracing j crythlnK from the ChcupeNt to the F1iic.n1 1'arlor Hut ten. Nc licet! to uo to the lurRC cltien to limlco your purchiiHCH, no mutter wlmtquuiitity orqunlityyon want, aw I can and Mill duplicate siy prices you can obtain clHCWhcre, l'relr;ht belnjr. milled. Abo full uMiorliiicnt o( Collins, Ciw.0, Nhroudu ami Kobes, cmbrao. tuc nil the New SlylcR, both cheap and ox,i'nre, ycnrn rcosa j opposite fe't. Aunph Blotel, Muuiord, Dealer in U'lii-nixm.-- e ! 1. JB GOING TO KANSAS! GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE ! Of the Stocks of-- MYDEN ST.A.ISnEOIRaD:, & LYTLE! KlEaSTTTJOIr- Snongaal Dollars Wflifh In order to close out our Immense Stock of Dry Goods by January 1st, as we leave then for the West, we offer at retail Of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Fancy Goods, Etc., Etc., at and below Wholesale Cost. A greater portion of the stock is NEW AND SEASONABLE, having been bought for the present season's trade, and the Goods are of Superior Quality and Style, adapted to the requirements of the best trade. The unseasonable goods in stock are selling BELOW FIRST COST and induce purchasers to buy and carry over for Spring and slightly damaged goods, sold and Summer use. Great BARGAINS are offered in a limited amount of tail-enregardless of cost to insure quick sales. The sale is strictly for cash and no accounts will be made. d H-AT- S & PERSONAL. to LTZTTLEL SETt IDTKHTiBESESTrt. 1.4 Mall N. LOCAL TIME CARD. .. triln goto North.. foutb... Ktprrstraln" tvuith . Norn ... r. m. ..U SO r. m. I Si A. U. 2 01 A.M. 1 M A MUCH uied d pavement la being la d iu Uitirt fc'ijaare from LincaMer afreet. M TilUKEdsteo pir la calrulstol on itio dard Hint. dolar ford. Tbt Until about 20 minute fitr Diuck. Two hundred and hfiy thou and, bard and "ell burred, for rale bf LOCAL NOTICES. " Henry Uuijhman. Hnv jour school books from JVuny McAliHer. aiiTtrtisfi' over a Tirr Comiiii-ioneMeKoBritT & Htaiki 'i hemlii urlers dizin fnrm to be old at auction Decern for atnunltian bar County Curt day. Guns t all price nt McRoberf Btatja's, from $2.60 to $100. SiiAri'Eii, the Artist, is m hit old uUnd CoMri.RTK flock of school bsoks and ready to do anything in the picturj line. A Stags;''. school suppli at McKobsrl New tv!M and new price for the Ilolli Watciict and Jewelry wjisJrwd on short- dajr" Penny & McAlisnotice mil warranted r kr good order for f ale. of Rollvr kaie in W P. Wallcn, Stan- and Mks 8 E Lackey returned tlsllatin yesterday. Mit. Mit?. t7Il LEO Offiw -- Lelia Ly.vam, of IyjiiisviUe, is HCGE'8 Bcuth tide Main Street, two doors abort About 7 Acres of Land, situated on the Lassas- the Urira Hotel: Iff Unit Mflnfnr.l Tn.nnlV. n ni. Tl.. ...i.t I'uro Kltroui Ozlds Qu administered wben liood dwelling house and Improvements. Tsuns easy. 73-- 4t KOl DKJNT1HT, STANFORD, K.Y. h HUFFMAN. FARM FOR SALE! a.EX. r. lr flal and only genuine, from Penny A Ilov the Hmb Hop complete Keme-lr- , the oriel AMcM-idler. of heating bIovcj, coal vtj-ef- , kitchen ettf, Ac , befora buying. Tits lars-eo- t and chenpert lot in towu. Rn'sht See out l.ne Metcalf. nap for hog killing and the farmers are putting in best licks. Spire LOCAL MATTERS. rib and saunace are therefore the fasliiou-abl- e dish now. A huite of excellent front rooms for rent. Apply to E. I. Owsley. All parties indebted to me by account or note will please call and cettle at once New Sonshum molasses nod new crop My buxinen must be clooed up by Jan lit, X. O Sucar t Hriffbt A Metcall's. 18S0 Roht. 8. Lylle. 8EVEUANCK linos, will serve oysters in Klamj & Levi are always up with the any stylo during the caudy pulling Friday an will he wen by tLo anaoucc-me- ut evening. they mnke on our fiwl page. Rend l'EiifONB indebted to me by nolo on ao it and go and fee how near thev fulfil their count will confer a favor by settling M promisee.. once as I wish to cloe up my busincs. J. You don't want to uiUa Dr. Penny 'h cor V. Hayden. net polo and Mr. Sim Wilhite' harp per Meat Currr.us, lard can, salt, esse formancj , at the Rink Friday night. black and Cayenne pepper, butcher hnive-everything nctded in hrg killing, Thee two features will be decidedly well in fact worth your attention. " for Htlo low by T. R.Walton. m The Paris Siv$ refers to S L. Powers A THEAT is in ftore for all who at'mid Go's, advertisement of ;!9 1 blankets for the Peck's Had Iby Performance at the the purpose of finding itti patrons that a Opera llousv to nluht. There are eveial wide awike man always tells the reader of other characters bosidei the bsd boy that ne.spipcr8 when he hss bargains will be well worth feeirp. Owinu to the failure of same of the A. T. Nun.vkw.EY ban moved his stock sign n paper agreeing to close, room formerly occupied merchantB to cfharnrmto the the stores in town will be open as usual to- -' by Dr. J. F. Peyton om It's Livrry Sta day. The banks will be closed and eo will at cot for titsh for bis, which he will j this office, while at the pa'tcilke Sunday the next eixly days hours will be ob'erved. . yN offer Ins been undo by Cincinns.il HKEuu'd Comedy Cj. will arrive on tho Winohta-te- r parties to establish ijih works nt noon train from D.invill?, where it played to co-- t $.'19,000, for which they nik no 'Perk's liad Hoy" to a good house last subscription, only wklng the couucil to niqht It will help you to digest your glvo thstn the rUht of way and agree to wish they turkey and other thanksgiviug good things have the street light)! We jto go tho the Open and see the would coma thin way with the nmo propj boy to niiht. is a good prcc-s'idoj of jewelry, latest lyle. llockford watchw a specialty. IVn-n- y & McAlifter. clock Tma visiting her mother, Mrs. King. Mks. T. R Walton hat leturned Ircm a v sit to Mrs. William Riyxton, in Cisr rard Joe Emiiky ciiue over from the S.atr AT II1K Collfge to spend I'nnk'iving with his parents. OPERA HOUSE, STANFORD, Memiw. W. P. Giumes and W. B. McRjbcrts attended the Miller Moote -marriage M Paris. -- Mil, E. B Hayden has so far recover ed from bis late accident to ha able to Good Farm. Public Sale to Texas yesterday. Mu. O. G. Wink is out after his fever-a- l at Ihistor.-Tllt- r, HmloK laid out 107 grocery buklne weeKs' of fever. G. R Hardin will and lelnR delcruitntd in go toanollier Stale to ensaso In builnets, I trill otlrr at ruib'lc rale to sMin be able to handle the mails on the K. the bisucit lilJiler, on the prcmlie', on C agnin and George S Carpenter will Saturday, Docombor 5th, 1885, charge upor. the unprotte'ed voter so tee My Kami ol 1SS Acres, 2 miles south of Huston-rlll- c, more in n few days. In sight of the Mlddlebu g pike. bM farm TiiELouisillo Iruth "aju Col. John K. Is In good atate of cultivation, urjdor f,o fence and comfortably Improved, harlug on it a tieat Faulkner has goie to his old home, Lancas- cottage house o fire rooms, with cistern at the probably lie good stable, Ac. Tho ter, to reside. He thought for some time o door, watered In the county, farm is supplied with bost txlce but the pure water (rom four never failing spring', and going into the tobacco business here, produces grain or gra second to none. I'eruis libfinally gave up the idea. His friends in eral J AS. II. T.l II. Oil, Huitontll'e. N. 11, ltry one owing 111 on it ru account wilt Louisville will see him here no and then. and IIOl.TZCLA II'. PECK'S BAO BOY I wish to sell three small Fork Land, ci containing To :iarg;:Lrt. of a We arc now prepirel to furnish all kinds of Umt!i Act'tiH and the third 140 Acres, the lalter ber In the rough and agents for planing lalka. with comfortable improvements, all rich land Keep constantly on hand dreved tljorlne, celRsg, doors, sasli, blinds, mouhfiis and In eeptirate tracts. Also ISO Acres (it No. 1 Knob Land on Mxiou's Uap, near btanfotd. All ic, at lowest prices. 33ti of this land has boon lately surveyed and any one & wishing to purchase tin too plat by calling on me. sell low fur tash or on any reasonable time, Will with lntertst at Gpcr cent; woathcr-boardlng, tracts of good Hanging Aci'CH, one GO BUILDERS ATTENTION I nniGUT jirrcALF. A. P. H. Xlno I have a number of JI. FEI.AXIi. Stanford, Ky liortliom Uttllf, FOR SALEJffi RENT, -- MY IIOOS13 AND LOT- ad fU (Yearlings and wrnnlings) that I will sell low and any of my Ono females, aged ones stlnttd to Itli Dike of rialtiTlew, a superior animal; or I will exchange for fit bogs. Am overstocked A. il. F. v TJ-l- Oc Danville Avenue, In Stanf rd. The house contains 7 rooms, cellar and porch. Lot well improved, stable with 6 stalls, bujgy house, wagon shed, coal and smoke houses el a cistern, ad new and In good refair. Enquire on premises. -- t J, n. IIIGGISS. Coiumlsslonct's Sale DR. G. W.BRONAUGH Has REMOVED his office to that of Jude Philips on Lancaster street, opposite the Court-HousBoarding at Philip N'uncelley's, on same street. He may te found at his oficc or rooms at ail hours except when provisionally absent. FINE FARMING LANDS! Garrard Circuit Court. Willlim llruco'j Devices, I'lITi , vs. Wra. Devisees, Defts , and James II. Hruo's Heirs, l'ltls , vs. James II, uruce's lleirs, uint. By vlrtueornjudgmentof the (larrard Circuit Court rendered la each of the above styled cases at the November term, US, the undcrslgued Master Commissioner of sal t court will, on the premises, 1 curriNd Northwest wind made yester day a most disagreeable one. A settle, at our business plciuec me forward 'cspectfullv, MUST cloMtl up at once. d TAVtOB BltO'd 1 70-t- PUBLIC NALK OF A On Tun Hop and Supper at Hustonville will be given Friday night CouiaiissIoner,rt Wednesday, December 16, 1885, H0U8O find Lot in Proachorsvillo. .Sale instead of to- night. were plentiful enough on Uib market yesterday nt 10 cents per pound Turkeys Hanging Fork JLand. Court, the undcrilgned Couimlsiloner will, on Lincoln Circuit Court. Maggie Campbell vs. Patsy Circen, Ac. Notice of bale, runutnt to a Judgment 01 tho Lincoln Circuit The dressed. The several ctlorls to snow resulted iu a very light covering of the earth yesttrday morning. Wn are odt of the coal trade and those indebted to us will plesse call and settle. Bright & Metcalf. Monday, Docombor 7th, 1885, County Court day, btforo the court hottso door in Stanford, Ky,, lietwecut lie hours of 11a, m. and 3 r, M., sell nt public auction to the hlchest bidder so much ol a tract of about tU Acres ot Land, form, erlr owned by Liberty Ureeu, as will cuttsry plU's juugxent herein and the coils of this action. months, llond with Tkrms. Credit of Gand Go to J. T. Harris for fresh oyatera in approved security, rayableIt to Com'r. beaiini;C cent, at U5 cents per dczrn, as cheap Judgment.from day of ailo and having ctlect of a eyery style ir. i. WEl.VII, Mailer Com'r Llnciln Circuit Court m by the cau. Celery 35 cents per dmn." "ti-- 2t William Howahd, the fellow who it is allcscd attempted to aesisslnite Djpu'y Marshal Rogers, by shooting him through a window, at Harlsn C II., was lodged in jtil here for sife keeping Tuesday . A email army of guards came along wheu perhaps two would hiVB been more than suilicient -J- Cum in lMioiivrN .Sale Valuable Fannon Dix River. ortion. Mi; F J Campbell, of tho Rack Castle ten Uvs' hunt in Tinncwto. II 0ens, R O. Springs Co., sent a number of his frient'a Mew. H. C Urlht.J. "l Sw MurySVd here a bottle esc! of thecelebnted Spriugs Evuns, U.yli Rlt wateryeiterday, and he hesput it on sale returned yicrday. Tliey nay th.it tln-at 25 csnts. It hss been 'JO duck and itvo turLo)s at tho drug stor killed COO birds, Bright provd the latter assertion demonstrated '.hut the wstrr loes little or and Mr. by brhmlnc notao a largo gobbler, whlf h no virtue in using bottled and that it cm yosUrdny ornamentnd the froa tof hi stoir be ucfxl withgreit benefit. A fortune awti'? mi ftisiid Cdph, t i.o',1 ami btdievc. fur i bu " "' l C'uw i AiTEim j I - Ringgold sued the town of liar - !, am. roJsburg for $10,000 damnges for injuries jiioinr wlilon ' Monday, Docombor 7th, 1885, sustained by falling into an open cellar 1 hejury awarded bim $lo0. e way door in c ,lnty an jajri i,e,;re t10 m. of 11 .1. UJil.l iV iviu, nf Lincoln COIintV. btaolonl, between the bonis pul,c M.sndSr ,ri0 hu,,,,,, ,llghcit WlllUr tt iitnhl Art nlpera st .'U illd 1 Ctnts. btmms l from widow's dowfr. the old Luncelo'd I'.irui of ,0 m A"v"nd l'01" 8nJ B t)9t r,hl ol & Matting.,- sM.l to Alfcrd, Bettis & Co , ' oturnpae-lyluon the waters ol Dlx Itivw, In a car load of mules, nearly New Yesterday they j and 12 months Hond with 10 handa high, tit $150. . , ar proved security rtuulrod. bsarlngO ter cmt . . c i it..., in WJ., iWuuiKuu:.j, SOia t" ivactier fro,0gy ofsaloaml luvlugeU-c- t of Judgment J n nnors, tee u, ue nero--- '' 01 J., o u vears Olll, 1 1 hands of mules, A to 0 " ut,u uotlfinl ,. iwlth orwitors to irient their claims, projierly t rovrn ana vrrtneu, to tnc uuueriigBeu 3 inohv hlgll, Hi ?iuo .ueuiroy mu iu SlitufsrU, K ., by or ths IStli n- -n 1 pounJ callle at Tl IU. his ottee ,tu .,1,- Bigger 13 held v uiitHiu- 'it-j vMMter Ueu't --lnio:n uiretul uourt. drffn W, J Libinon Standard Lincoln Circuit Couit. N.T. Hughes, Ac, vs. Ju-Withers, Ac. Notice of Sale aurf tu C10 itors Purfiiint to a Judgment herein at the October ohn tKShKSJJ'K court-houig ,,,, Or!e, TKiisisI-Crcd'l- tofe 1 ,,n tl .f lrr mt fv vjom-ra- I will sell to the highest bidder, before the ccurt housedoorin btantord on Monday, Deo. 1685, the House and Lot of about 6 Acres of Land In I'leacboisville, known as the Benjamin Koutcn LnrKti property. Title gold and psasjlon given Jan.l. Terms cash; remainder la ti and 12 Owned and Id the possession cl James II. Uruccat months on note with good security, payable In tcie time of his death. The lands Ho Immediately upon the tun pits road leading from Lancast r bank and bearing Interest from date. to Danville ai.d 011 Dlx Ktver. Ihey Ho about 3 SILAS AXIiEltSOX. in lea from Lancaster, 8 miles fmm Lhnvlllo and 7 inllca Irom 8 aufordandon pikes leading to each of thceo towns, The lands ate in a high state ot cultivation, aredean Irom brush and undergrowth and aro under good fencing, llic lands will be ollered In tho billowing order: Trad No 1, containing 3SS Acres and 18 Poles On thlstractis situated the dwelling house und outbulldlnifs couutcted therewith, same occupied A by James 11. Urutoat the tlmo of his death, 'ibis s in land and tho Improvements ou It are every resptct. Lincoln Circuit Coirt. Trnct No J, containing 270 Acres and 26 Poles, Notice of lies adjolnlui! Tract No. 1. adjoins tho lands of J, Thos. W Mil er vs J, E Fsirl, 4. , Sale. V. Co J. K Itubinsou, J. B. ltobiusou and the Pursuant to s Judgment herein at tbe October Wand Land. Trsct No 3 contains 118 Acres snd 10 Poles, lies term ol this court, tbe uiderslgusi Com'r will, on adjoining TraoaNos 1 and i, above mmUjued, Monday, Docombor 7th, 1835, also adjoining Mr. liourne, n il on Hlect's llrineh. Tho ibrceatovc tracts inuuln as u wholo 732 Acres 1 Kood and 30 I'u'ce, and will Ikj ofIrcd lur IlMrgCojuty Court day, betwren 11a. x and 3 salo iu thrte separate tlscts as meu'iourd, then as it , before he court uo- u- ifoor In btanford, Ky, n whole aud the bid ucciptet tbat will rtalhn tho sell at public auction to the highest blJder tbe most for tho wholo tract. And is ths laoddevi. large new brick business house, known ai tbe Far-r- ls A Ilimiey Ucue and the outhoutea on same seel by Win. Uruee to James II. llruoe, Ac. Also tho following laudi: M.ippoilte the M. Asaph Hotel, lu Manford, 81 Ky , sulject to the low of Geo. D. Wearen, 3 Hood Mid g lit. Tract cuutalnl gU Aira l'olcs, conveyed to J. II bruce Irom the Bland Feb. 1. !Sa0, of a ruoo. frontlrg VJ feet on nrtt heirs aid idjolus Tract No. 2 of lUVllliaii llruce Uor and 83 feet en rccond floor, and his right of lauds. Ires nccets to tho rear lot, but the purihtier of tho 2d. Tract rontalMug 13 Acres 3 Uoods and 2i prorerty to be entitled to the r. mstroiu ths said day ol PoIis, coneyed to J. It. UriiM by HUckerby'b Vearen from the heirs and adjjtus Tract No. 1 of tin William Urueo The site Is mado 10 satisfy Thorn's W Miller's lands. J idgment fur SI 8'0, with C per Cti t from Apill II. 5 1SS3, until paid and bis us a herein, and Hsn- 3d. Trsct containing 't Acre, convejel llruce by li. llyers and a.ijilns Tract No. 3 of the rjc Uaughmtn's Judgment ftr Sl.-- 13 '.'1. withe per Win. llruoe nds ctnt. thereon from October 1, ISSt, until paid and Thire three tracts of land w 11 lo ottered h's tests herein, nud It. William1 Judgment for then as a wnoln, und the bid revelv d tbat JI.W1 SB, with 0 per eei,t thereon tioai Feh. 1st, loS", until paid and bin c tts, and s further j'ldf- tl I rotlize the most fir them. Thsms. The sales will be tnudo on a credit of C, ment for 72!. with S ur otnt from JunA IS. 1SSI. 12 and IS months, the purchaser to execute binds until paid, snd the Usavitle FJanlcg Mill Co.'s lor f(iial iiiua nts. with approved security, pays Judgment for J876 20. with C per rent, thereon bra tu I'oiu'r, IkurliuQ per int. per annum Irom iroin theSthnjy of March, JbSI, u til pild, sub-Jdiy ol as 0 imtll ald, having thu loico and Hint to credits ot and ", paid Aiuust i ota Judgment n which execution may lime alter SM March 20, ls3b, sod Its cit herein. maturity. A lieu retained oa the laud. given to lbs purchaser ths 1st PweeMion to be day ot Janusry. Usfi. It. V. KAUVMIAS, JIss's. lirni'r Uarrard Clicult Court. Tihu9. CitHttf 6. 13 nud 13 months, In equal toe the aluve uiuullousil insitlltHsnts lVson.t, . f Bond required with sppreruil tecu- ' i i.ti'i ianitn ' r ' -- tIbj j tl e. 'I Iilirusnts sad UartBi: ExpoM to public sale to the highest snd best bid- and Valuable Farm der, 'tli. one-thi- rd 73-t- d COMMISSIONER'S SALE tlrst-clas- Valuable Halluces Home in Stanfortr. end-lu- . t 1 icpa-ruel- y, t pd Jt, ut Lau Irani, l.nnanter, i.u, H.i. Ky ii.l ' 011 ur ad ) lnrwt:ruuiiy 71-- tt fMJ.'. Master Coa-'- r IV. I lnccla Circuit a, irar.VII, Co art. i A.T CA5niniTKJ. laying one hand improtslvoly on her f boulU8 FOR COUCHO amli uh bed. It wnt that der, "but the min." MasonhuiinGr's StmUBBttMn Inferior fournnl had stopped. -took She let her cheek fall on the hand upon Orrosnx Cooui-Uous- k KENNEDY possession Ho ber shoulder with the quiet patience of a of the watcher. E. - KENTUCKY, felt ho could not remain alono with that dumb nnimaL DANVILLE, Is a Candidate tot Assessor, subject to the scllon ol dead man and listen to tho hldoous wind. BILL'S PATIENT. "I'm jorry, father, if you have had all the Dtniocrstte pirtT. ilwara Ho threw bis coat about him, pulled bis bat this trip for nothing, but as for the rest I band and In its von, order, fresh Ash. ana aim over his ear, and flJ from the place. tlar dellcaele. .erred In all .tries and on .hort don't know that it matters much. Wo UEOltGE H. GAIIl'ENTEK notice. Ixok out for the. lgn'1 Woodbine Itnuu-rant- " Tho drifts were terrlblo, and the sleet might as well go back to tbo hotel" t"K. W. T." In Clilcacro Tribune. and call whou you am nunjry. of winter; 'when that beat upon bis faco was liko the touch "Well, no," said tho old gentleman, "I Ii a CumlliUte for County Clerk, subject to the scIn Dead wool ia tho hoart .F. lV.JIASONUEtJiKIt Uvmocrucj. In tho cnblns 01 of death. Tho light of the railroad station dou't think that would be tho best thing to llon of tho 'the snow burloi tho minora Danrlllft, Ky. the wind and lea flay thorn on tba road, all shono through the storm, and toward this da" He drew her mantlo about bar and be struggled. Tho sleepy operator in tho hold it closed In a caroling mannor. "Now, that is beU and nil that U worst In theia, M. JOHNSON isolated men como to thoatirfnc.). Dili IUrs-dale- telegraph room started up in astonishment if you will j,ist try to remombor, Eunico, PHOTOGRAPHY d flguro tbat stag-g- o boweverthlug workt together for good, nnl Is a Csn.Uilnto for Awessor of Lincoln countj, sub at the bugo, dotpcrado, rambler, crack shot, the action ol the Deaiocrscy. red into the room. clalni-jump" Sho Ject to the in the dig how opt sorrow is to turn into joy most unscrupulous A. S- - BYINGTOIST "My pardnor is dead. I wan tor send a burst the mantlo apart and laid her bands , gings found htmsolf, much to ui own Ol Loulirillo. ha, ltchJ til. tint In dtaniurd upon his arms. converted by forco of clrcumtancai telograt to Boston. Wbat'll It takef W I MilS C. 1JAKNETT be will niaio Cabinet I'hotojr.i'hi a . pedal-twhere "How many wordsP He had shot taveral men "Fatberl" sho cried, "what joy could corns into a "I don't know," said BilL "I'm not up to to me nowP Is a Ctodl.Ute lor the office oT Jailer of LIbn and been fired at at odd tlmos himself, aud county, subject to primary slectlon of the Demoof yourn. What's the llruitr He stepped asldo and pointed to the con- cratic parly. through all maintained a feeling of com- this lay-o"Just write out" tra! figure of tho group of men. Whatever parative indifference. Therefore to watch, 1 OK NILE, "Write outr sill Bill, grimly. "O, no; the emotion she experienced, it swept ovor nnd work, and bop) for the life of a man to W. T. SAUNDERS I'm no purfessor in a college. Jutt you ber like a flood nnd carried nway on its tido whom he ha J not poken more than a dozsn ctt kv A write exactly what I tell you." times was enough to surprise Hill the dejection and the misery that had mado It a Candidate ior Jailer, subject to tho action ei "All right." ber face remarkable. She made no sound, the Deuiocracr. or anybody who knew him. Ttie event had . On DanTllle . treet, In Staulord. The lot contain, "Just say," bogau Bill "Elward Payson, but stood like ono entranced, while ber " come about in this war: 3SwC two acre, nnd ha, on It a comfortable dwelling, XE3 No. Beacon street, Boston.' Got that mind and ber heart adjusted themselvos to One night, when tha darkirass hal nearly PENNINGTON ttablo. wood'boUH, corn crib, h .plendld clitaru ! f.ra Th frcn fttrMef tb n T. M. fihri U tb ffotihtri t. st, fresh circumstances. Then she walked and alaiite number of Irult n 1 urmuiatiul tree, worn itself thread biro and tho gray of tho down?" ll rrit-- c f ifi nib-e"Beacon street, Boston, yes," said tin ThUl.oneof the mot desirable resldeucet In the ihfl iMt- quickly up to tho group of moil and laid hor I.lm.llJtefor:Countr Clerk ol Lincoln, tirlrtl rtoelr- - Ibtlal nlma morning was peeping through, Bill nnd a th rl; mefilnf place. For tmuii and further particular., apply to to the act on of tho Ucmocracyj tht ftlM l band against the arm of tbo tall, fair one ill dozen companions were ta.zsd with n doslre operator. ltti !(-- lb tbhThr tiffwmMarl 1lb efb. .11. I'll jTjjT'.S, btanford. ii lb bmI J mix Bill continued: "I tako my pen in baud who was directing the others. Itilvwaj Win i In thml.lB pltni f to winl up their noliy carousal with a lhlt fl.Ui, in Tiiloi Chiborbi Kixitif or ftwiitOt;wi "You see, l'vo fouud you, George," she drncj. In tho corner, sleeping, with ho JUDGE W.O. HANSFOllD M far nti iht flnwtt ! kon rmlf tJ mCotb, Cri( y Xo," said tho other. "Cutall that" said, softly. h .., trf ftnth laitttNpU bead on n bench, was a wman whose occlitbt, ' LloIn tt Aife Tr1ricl.i IWII. Mf.lr- -. u Tttr. "Ye see," said BUI, oppologetlcally. "I bo turned toward ber and showod IsaCanJIJatofor County Democracy. Then, as upation it was to assist thn barkeepir in 2U nt l. WALTERA. TAYLOR, AtUnta.Oi, tut Jrct to the action of tho uows to the old gent. bis recognition in a quick flush of joyous inmisistering to tho bibulous desires of the wanter break the ph ntitiR' iu cuLrnicnRY cohdul p Drossod Pine Flooring, Ceiling, Woather ( Vr,Hvft ! CblUri Twtlc. rri.lwbjr whon However, you know bast. Just say bis sou credulity, the cry that could be restrained miners and to play the hut lrlliil, of newmony. JUDGE T. W.VAUNON Boards, Finishing Lumber, Greon no longor broke from ber lips, and throw-these ferocious bacchanaU wished to lim- George diod bore lloth lor tlo j I)r, M I. ItOUUNK, HUnford. Ing herself upon a heap of dried branches ber their joints with thelt clumsy dance. Kin ye send that word by telegraph." to theofflce of Conn-- j Lumber in the Bongh, including foi on the ground, sho sobbed as if she had I. J Cmlldte to the action of the Democracy. ' One of the men went up to tho woman and Tho operator real: Laths and Shingles. Deadwood, Feb. 2, 137& T. Edward found her life's sorrow instead of joy. kicked her roughly with his boot. Payson, 1223 Beacon street. Boston, Mass. n, tuns out rFortheconrenlcnft)Of uur customer. In auu- "See here. CoL Molly, give us iryinir to Kml tlio War. D. SWOPE of pneuYour son George died here lord an. l rlclnlty wo bar arranged with Vo. of yours," he crixL monia. Will bury him hero and await your of that old music-bo- x Chicago Herald "Walks and Talks." It. Hiirri to keep on hit rardi for County Cleik of Lincoln, subject of our Lumber, where they can got anaiaortmeut Liquor and fatigue made the wrotcbed orders. During tho receut visitation of the So Ii a CardWateof the Demotracy It a. cheap a Bill Uaosdalk. from indirect. Uo will al.o ui.ke ettlmain. for creature insensible even to this rudeness. "That's right I'll "save him buried hero ciety of the Army of the Tenuo'seo thoro to i be action any bill, uot uu baml., which g will fill on abort Seeing (ho did not move the man roto her till tho old man comes. Now, young fellir, lay a sick man at the Grand Pacific moannotice. JlHItl'MX A' iJ.I I'in. an Impatient f bake, then twistod his band I'm dead broke, but I tell you what I'll do. ing aud groaning. Tbo balls and corridors GWitGE . COOPKK Lily, Ky. in her hair and by it lifted her to her foot. Here's my gun. I'll leavo it iu hock with were full of veteran; the banquet hall was .ty Clerk of Lincoln, subject I. . candl.Ute for Couemocratlc party. The men lau bed uproariouslf as she you till I mako a raise. Is it a bargainP directly beneath the sick man's room. The action of the I PIANOS, OHUA.VS, MUSIC, ale screamed and truck out wildly at ber per- The operator was glad to oblige Mr. I lags , air was full of war talk aud accounts of to the secutor, but Bill, in whom some latent dale, and told him that the arrangement battlos and siege. Tho sick man could not We araaitenl.for the old and reliable John JAMES P. BAILEY spark of chivalry seemed suddenly awak- - was entirely satisfactory. Bill stood by tho sleop, and inwardly he ;ursod tho day tt Church Co.. of Cincinnati. Ohio, lor tbe .ale of l'l. - oned, sprang to ber assistance with an oath stove a moment war ever began. I. VI...I..I t ... I. ...... .... Circuit Clerk, subject to the ac mn.M fl..... tulA I acaodlJate for - and a menace. Every man in the crowd Mu.lral MerchtndlM In Ltnmln and Garrard Along about midnight, when, after two tlonol the democratic pty. "Poor Boston," he uttered, poor Boston counties, Kentucky. Jlonthlu JMlSilirtirM naturally considered this interferot co An in- A man can't tell when bis turn's com la'. ' hours' vain effort to pet repose, be board an until pi I J far 'J he bent ntumltirtl fringement upon their established jbortlos, Then bo passed out into tho storm and tl excitod discussion down his corridor, be D.NEW-AN- D Co., llateliou inukvrn Wtu. KuabeA New Kngland Hroa., T. and the indomitable Bill was surrc jnded by wind clanged the door after him. Decker A ton, Ererelt and rang tho bell angrily and a and Hanoi, . his late companion, who bad suddenly coneither upright or. iaars. In Organ., tha follow-le- g of Lincoln county, tuboriginal darkey named Sam answered. .i.i.tiAhii!dimocf aty J. 0TTENHEIMER, maker.: Clough A Warren, J.lm themselves into executioners, and deof the verted . By 0 o'clock in the morning the storm bad "Sam," raid tho sick roan, in a tone of des- Ject to the action Church A Co. and the Sterling, wlih tba patent to defend the code of ceased, and a party of miners, passingalonj termined ignation, "for pity's sako go down and find Crab Orohard, Ky Ihhtw Ilrllit Attachment. Mu.lcal A lawlessness revolvers in tho railroad track, found not 1UU yirds out from that crowd of roisterers when the dctm Tba (W'Hf'uii,.n Aulomitlo DAWSON W. tbe uual rf.ct In the world. the bands of as many blear-eyerebellion Tell 'em I will be over. from the station tho dead body of Bill Rags-dal,.,... r,. t.u.r ni Lincoln County, eul Illii.lratrd catalogue. lire to all who apply, brutish men were bimeJ more or loss un It was frosen stiff, but two rough want to go to sloop." Sam went Je'ct also the lat relerroces fro-tbow who hare OHIO MISSISSIPPI Ii, W steadily at Ilagsdale,who caught his breath, boles in bis forehead showed that bo had and protty tot be action of the Dtmxratlc party. bought and tried any of the W mutlcal Icitru-mrntsoon "Fo' came back. made a movement toward his belt, found uot died from exposure. Addui u. at otanfuH, Ky. A few hoar later do Lor', Mass' W is no uso , tloy Tha Direct IlouU to S. it. 1 Is. .1. fOOH. his revolver missing, and throw up his Or. Morgan rode a stalwart broncho as far talk In' to dat crowd. Day has jis dons got SAM. M. OWENS ... . ... ii- - .r I Inrviln rmintr. lUli- hands with an instinctivo gosturo a pro- up the gulch as be could go, then disfroo wid Sumter and nowdoy Is gottin' on to , 't rihonMhoVeuraUc ratty. test of helplesness when the door burst mounted, and after great dtfllculty reached Bull Ruu," said Sim. suddenly open and u man bounded in. As the door of Botton's cabin. He entered and The sick man turuod over and grosrw 1. h'orthwr.t anj foutbwMt by tbe way of ho did so a bullet carried off bis high felt fouud Boston tho only occupant There Tvoro In half au hoar Sam came back, ami, poking D. II. CABPENTEH, LOUIN VILLK or OIXC'I.'.ATI. two other burled themselves in the only a few embers on the hearth. bat, He utbis bead in the door, whispered: "Mass' as woodwork of the door, and the rest whhtled tered an exclamation and turned to the W u,n.,7,A,VToin'r; Candldtto for , doy is done got froo wld Shllob. LeaTlng Chattanooga All T'votnci l.rllle and nnclnn.ttlor Iu-iil- l pasvhim into the outer air. A second later bed. Boston made a slight motion with his Can't I bring you nuUlnP The sick man, JubJtet to the action of the XrillDS m.ki the man who had struck the woman aoad and askod feebly: E. H. BURNSIDE, dlrKl lonneciloii at thoM seelrg the point, said wearily: "Sam, it you ilnu with the Light, nlng Kiprii.on tbe Ohio A MlulMlppI fur tit drop pod dead on the floor. Then the smoke "Where's Bill)' W. ALCOItN will, bring mo news that tho rebellion Is JAMES Loull and all point. Weal. rose and showed Bill iu posiession of the "I dou't know," f aid tho doctor. "How do ended. I'll give you half a dollar." Sam the Stl Woll - Known 1 A TTnnm Only tofrom Inulirllle r Clncln-II,rad'iUtefrO,reult oft Ii sDomxracy. . ThiB Old dead man' revolver. "I've got the drop on ycu feel grinned an 1 went off. In a fow moments .St. two hour, tbo action HUUlD ye," said Bill covering tho noaret two with Uotol Still MaintainH itn ijiilcker than anynatl Una Loui., lielug pa.wtigert "Better, but I wos very bad last night" he came back and whispered: "Day nm other gltlugi.iir his weapon. fcI'ut up your guns an' take The doctor blew up the embers, put on more marchiii' froo Georg'y, Mass' W time for meal, and Ant choice of In tralm High Koputation, , an' 'II going Weat. Big Jim out o' hero." Then he grniped rood, tucked the blankets about Boston, soon be up in No'th Car'lluo." Again be ANr K. C. WAKBEN the stranger's hand, when still bold tho and bogau looking for something to cook. went away, but as by this time the darkey-ba- d Its Proprietor is Determined that 12Hours QuiokorM,?-"b?- ; ; to tba smoking revolver. "Say, stranger, put it "How's the clmtanl back?'' he asked. for got to bo as big a nuisance as the Army Is '" it Shall bo Second to no Country Ine going by aj f CUIwgo. Attorney ol tbo thar,"he said. "I don't know who you be, "Very little pain," said Boston. "I won-le- r of the Tonnes oe, the sick man said: "I trlct, subject to the action of the Democracy. Hotel in the State in its Fare, but t hero's nuthiu' ye can't have if yo want where Bill is." Tho doctor was busy in guess tho war longer, Appointments, or Attenit Let'i go, Moll, nn' get up," ho roughly ;he manufacture of broth and did not hear I'll give you won't lost much now. Sam. your half dollar You to the woman, who still crouched on the aim. He administered some medicines and needn't como back." tion to Comfort of O. II. WADDM3 Alway. mate sawdust floor clutching his leg. Several of ;ave tb9 patient two applications. "The their Gneits, - .tJil-v- for ConiTona ill's l.itho mm bad carried Big Jim into a back urnlng pjmt is pastel " ha said to his pa Con The Deadly Simoon of tho Desert. be", 'uJtcial Illfr it. .uljc t to tbtaOlonof room which tha barkeeper crumblingly pre- tient, "you're bound to get well nowl" Then HiiKaice -- III he conreyed to aad from the df tbeD " " "flT' LavlnU S. Goodwin In The Current! nootionn free of chart.. Kperlal aceotnoioJitl on. pared for them. Tho newcomer plckod up o returned to town, but came back in the With .l Line, at When the simoon, or virulont to I'omtrrLI Traffic, . 1 be liar will Ills perforated hat. afternoon with CoL Molly and a supply of approaches, it is tho camel that sandstorm, alnaj. Bpplled with lie eholrel St. Louis aud Intermedial Points warns the "I don't know who was in tho right," ho provisions. "Don't tell him about Bill," ho Hr.aJ.oriltarr.aiid master. His ksen said. "I only saw an unarmed man dofend-in- g cautioned. The next day he called again. Col. ger bofcN any sign sagacity detects the danis visible to man, nnd Xo Terrier., Xi OiiuillMlhTniiiH. a woman against a dozjn in in. I was Molly wossloopinginacornerand Boston was fern. directly in ths line of their fire, and I don't ittingupin bod. In two days more Molly with a dlstrosod roar he wboeh away from g current of yellow or lurid -- When needing auythlnj iu the lice o- fknow thit I helped you any more than I a me back to town, nnd Boston, pale and tbo which (Vmneetl mmaleiH Uiiton Drpot. fit. is death, and plunges He Cured. to breathe lielped myslf." very weak, was walking about the cabin. ga, iili will, train, urilaia kolag Paints, oils, .Nt, NorthwMt auJ Theyouug stranger settled down to the He bad heard of Bill's death, aud turuod his head into the sand. In all hasto tho Wall Paper Decorations, ts uthwt.t. Theie I. prrhap. nodlwaw no piera'eat a. , mid from that day out be and down another sombro leaf in bts book of traveler throws himself on tho groun 1 face If you are going Wt lu mjr ,MnIi mm oa or "Window Glass, and digging-Varnishcr, or Indlgnllun, acl nee, tin, that up to the with closed mouth, nnd bauds preu lit time bus tntrl the ki of Ihe iuo.1 rui. wittetothuud.JgB.J. Hill were trund. They saw but little of niomcrlo--- . The terrible storm had snopt downward,bis Painters' Sunulies Genercovering Many times even noitrils. Kor Stall and reliable Information In regard of tbe chronic dl. licit pbytlilani. To-tlilrjach other, tor "Boiton," as Bill had chrls-tone- d lowu the telegraph wire, and among tho lo eiK-hare their origin In Dy.pep.la. Tlie.riup ally, InU, Ac, In the We.tern hlatet, llatx. (iuMei theso precautions fail, and seldom entered ltags-tlale'- ielayed the received by the operator cud of life's journey for manthis proves the loin, are loticf appellte, tM of flnh, a filling of an.1 lowct .eilal rate, ior Tlekn. ami HuUMhcId That and boast lullnt-haunt?, but now and then tho burly about a week after Bill's death was tho or weight lu the it. much, ccratlnntl nau-ir- a Uood. to all point. We.trall on or addr.,. At the best, after oxperioncing shooting or Tomltlug, acidity, fl.tulence, dull piln In GlbboiiH, il St., Danville, gambler took occasion to give his protege following: Pasronger Ag't Ohio A pains and tho symptoms of paralysis, tho A. E. the be d. with a .ematioobf heatlppi. or glddl-neiliWntv. a warning word when be saw the young Boston, Feb. 5, :978. Bill Ragsdale, Irrfgnl.'lty of lwrl, low ipltln, ilevplrtn. hat a full, fresh and brand Harrodiburg, deadly w v, . !i:arodv. man was likely to bo bitten by prospectors Deadwood: Georg9 Payson's f rubor is man breathes again, theamysterious Is, leav- Near thestock ot all tho aboie Kood. which be kidney., w. b. hiia n tc Li new ni, rilluwilm, dcrangemeal ofheart. and nut having passod iu few socon vapor unfr(iuenlly (alpltatlon of the more experienced than he. Gradually there dead. All bills will be paid. Will come in ing, ",H'. proposes lo dlioe ol at the 1''n"'?lS'Y.il?l "enl 1W Agt howevor, its lingering effects In weakIf you are suturing with any cf then ijiuptomi I'AKW, Central I'eng,r Agent. sprang up between them a sort of rough the spring. Hexhv Scbaxto.v. ened limbs, dimmed vision, and disordered Fig-r- os Cloilonatl. Oblo All the operator could do was to return eomradery, which existad v thout much strong man demonstration, and which, perhaps, they word to Mr. Scran ton tbat Bill Ragslalo memory. Thecod to tbo of tho minute .a outsU. or " ! before is red u loth would have beon a little ashamed to ms dead. In the moantime George Pay-o- n just convalescing after a condition of ono That canexc .made in mo uu,c ,--. usireiy Dealing languishing to .elect KENTUCKY CENTRAL B. B. recovered from bis convalescence and confess to. The rigors of the winter proved hi. store a belief Tho Arab makes cofToe his rofugo, tho WILL CIJItE YOU. Mthfactory prices than elsewhere. more than Boton's nurture could stand. began a more earnost and systematic life. foreigner teeks a remedy In tho stronger aore Kor .ale by Dr. M I.. Ilou tie, blanford, Ky.TS-CHill Ragsdale, on his way through the He left the town and secured a position in uiUiieUniHH Itoute." Mixed Paints and Tino stamp-mi- ll gulch, bad beard, a short distance away, and tho cau de vie. As to the poor camel, his dole- Window Glass, as he passed the Varnishes a Specialty. Shortest and Quickest Roate from Geo pring found him there, graver, with a fow ful Imploring looks turn to all directions, Boston little cabin which had built while he nature, his tral Kentuoky to all Points North, "rtf. and rtullJcr.' Taper coti.tanlly on hand. .V-C- ,; near bis claim, a man crying out premature gray throads iu his beard. Some kneeling groans his complaints toimpresslvo-nos- s M. --V posture adding to tho solicited East, West and Southwest. fU hopo ssemed to buoy blm up, and and groaning, and, entering, found the ecret of the scene. Ka.t Line Detwrcn young stranger delirious, no fire to koepout omo recollection, which could not bavo low;.t Third Street, DanTllle, Ky. . i.r iv.wj- - r. the freezing cold, and no food on the sbolf. ccon all n pain, llvod with him nnd kopt a Li:XIXGT A OIXOI.VX.1TI To Strengthen the Slemor. Tuis exigency resolved itself into prima Iro in bis eye aud vivacity in bis speech. Schedule In Effect Oct. II, Ej. St. Nicholas. r One raw April day, when tho snow lay in Bill. Ho kepthouso, cooked or an After "f "Ko.fi, if0. t for the sick man (for, like all pioneers, ho rrogular patches ovor the ground and the Usui of reading a book, from article, or an Vo.il rj BouihOJousd. information any rollable bad some skill In border cuisine), and, though mist rollod slowly up the sides of the mounE Hun. Dally K. Bun. source, loforo turning your attention to rather skeptical as to the eillcacy of medi- tain', the stage, lumbering along the muddy other thing', give two or threo minutes' Lto. Curliigion... ..I S 10 am 8 10 pir 2 CO pm Surgeon, treet, had in it two travelers of nn uncine, got one of thesveial doctors that Physician " Kalini'uth ... thought to tho subject that has Just 9 Si flourished in the town. The sixth day of bis wonted type. The loafers smoking on the quiet " lynthlana. ., II Mam 10 31 pit 1 37ppia ;r pu W a tn beon preontsd to your mind; toe how much m l illness Boston recovered his right mind aud veraula of the hotel held their breaths with you can remambor Arr. I'arla. 11 in oo ti in S lipm concerning it; " Ialngion.. rocognz;d Bill, who was filled with precip- amazement as they saw a stately old gentlo-nu- n there were oi.y now Ideas, instructive and if Office at Cential Hotel. Danville, Ky. fl 17 pm ' aiu'ii . . l'i"i facts, . .. n m descend and hand out, with all the or hints of Lre. I'arl. itate rejolciujs. "I guess you ain't feelin' iii . . . .. n. ttii interest tbat Arr. WlnchMUr . Ii so pm II wiun a a pm u pm, 6 10 very smart." Boston smiled feebly and unctuous grace of tho old school, a lady so you as youespecial force yourself impressed road, " Klchmond.... to rocall his head. ''You've bun sick a long beautiful, so pensive and young, that she them. 7Mpn " IJincntcr .. . S JI"" ii m PIIch itntl FiHtuIn Perfectly pell," volunteered tho nurse, cheerfully. seemed like one of tho pale flowers pushing " Itowland 6 00 p in It may bo a little troublesome at first unCuretl. "You about like to died." The sick man ts head up through the snow In the barren til your mind gets uuJer Lre, Ulchmutid. .' IIS n in control and loams floods. But the rapid inquiriet as to their xioddod feebly, then asked: Arr. Ui 3 3'J p tu to oboy your will, but tho very effort to LiTlngU)n.. . 6 Ort a tu Identity left the natives no wl-eand they think it all out will engrave the "Am I going to get welli" "Well, I calc'late thar's a chance if yo i.'ere obliged to sleep on the my.tery. The deeply upon the memory, so Uooply facts No Knifo, Ligaturo or Cnuatio Is nature't.own remedy, made fiom root, gathertd uext No. II Ho. S ion't git no setback au' ye ain't ngoin to, hotel morning, however, the keeper of tho they will not be otfaced by tho rushingthat UbocJ. No. I iu from the furesti of (JeorgU. Thn method by which came on tbo veranda with a pioce of of new ye know," continued Bill brightly. Boiton a aud ditferontot of idea ; whoroas it I. made wasobtaluel by a from the Lt, I.lrlut-itosaid nothing, but lay watching tho other gossip. The old gentleman hal mint for if tho mattor bo given uo further considerahim aud made special inquiries after one " lierea with that glassy stare tho sick have. I" V3 a m tion at all tho impressions you have re- Treatment Mild. No Detention', From Creek Indians wholnhablted a certain portion of Arr. Klchibond . 11 a a m (Srurgla, which wa. communicated to ono (I tho "- "I s'pDso you ain't got no folks around George Payson, who bad died In February. ceived will fade away so entirely that No one knew of such a man, and this inBusiness, early atttlera, aud.tbi'. thn formula lit. been hand- Lto. ilowliiuj . ... 7 15 a m yar, hev ye l" Bill asked in a solicitous tone. within a few wcok s you wilt be totally un" l.iticaiter ..., ed down to the present day. The above cut rep.i 8 03 a in, Boston shook his boad impatiently. Ho formation, or rather lack of it, was conable to remember more than a dim outline Air. Itlchmoud... .. H 00 am resent, the uuttiodof manufacture twenty year, thought for a long time with his eyoi fixed voy el to the old stranger, who gave his of them. ll 01 a m I 2ft p in name Henry Ko ogo, by Sir. C. T. Swift, one of the pruent pioprl-etor- i. I.Te ltlrlituond ... an tho ceiling; then be aroused bimsolf sud- greatly asnstonl-ho- d Scrauton. Ho seemed Cerlnlu nnd Permanent. Arr. Wlncheater,. 7 0.1 a tr Cure 2 !M a m and disappointed, and Dolncs of Had Klephants. denly and motioned Bill to his side. When The deni.nd hat beeu gradually Increasing Arr I'arl. 8 C8 a a a 2J am Cure, Xo Pay. New York Sun. iis companion bad soated himself on the bed later in the day hired a team of mountain until a 1100,000 laboratory 1. now cecetnary to.up-pl- y l.re. lzlugton . 7 a m . 4ii p tu i 20 pm g 8 20 a mi S 30 p Iloiton laid one tbin band on bis and said, ponies and tbo only wagon there was in tbo Tbo elephant is considered in tbe trade. A foreign demand ha. Iieen created Lto 1'irli in J 20 p place and drove out towards the mining India tho most vicious of bis species. " Cynthlana 8 8Ja in S38 pm 8 Btpm while the tears of gratitude and feeblenesi 111 be In and enlarged lacllltle. nccf mry to meet it. " l'aliuouth . 0 33 a in I 4 in i. ... a t ... camps. On the way be ronowed his inin his eyes: Special Attention also Given to Chron- Thl. great Himalayas oacb variety of tbo the Ratuerod Arr. Coring! on .., II 80 a m) fl 00 p in 8 Upm At last, however, quiries without succe-a- . Troubles, beast has a name. The cral .lover "I know I would have died here alone If uo happoned to ic Kidney & Bladder mention tbat Payson came Is called Hinaxat, and turns readily to a MAYaVllXK IIItANdll. tt hadn't been for you." egetableBlood Purifier from Boston. man eater. Another monster, which eats "Get outP criel Bill Indignantly." "Ain't 1 As well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. "Thar'a a chap at Stevens' Mill they call so much flih that bis hide becomes icaly, Ko.8i, Wo. IT we even! I guess I'd be out tuar with my Dally Dally Charges moderate. Dr. N. can be con.ultexl free 'Boitou,' " said the man ho addressed. "I is called Bek. But the famous mad eleIwota on if it badu't been for you." Ex. Huu.'Ex. Bun. tound at hi. offlce at all ana will be of. "I don't know that I care particularly reckon be'll know about the man you're phant of Munda is concelod to be the worst time, fjr the next three month.. Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, Kczcnio, UN Lto Corlngton. n M about getting well, but if I do we're part- - after." wagon was driven to Stevens' stamp-mil- l, ever known. For yoars be bad boen In tbo By permission he rchra to the IIXlnirliin 9ft Tho cers, Itlieumatlsin, Illooil Taint, 7Ulm S4 23 n H. Bosley, O. A. Lackey, ,8. Irwin, " Tarlt stud of the East India company. One night uers in an gooj iuck." 8 20 pm l iii and just as the old gentleman was be became possessed of a demon, and the Htanford. Ky.: Judge O. F. Lee, Tom Murjihr, W. Arr MIller.burK.... 8 47 a ml 8 tl pm Bill flushed end said "I guess you'd bat- - assisting D.n. ' Carll.le the young lady to alight bis next morning broke loose and Hod to tbo P Temj e, John M.epoonamore.Slni Cook, II. O. Il.redltary or othcrwl.e, without the u.e ol Mer3 08 a m C lo p m ser dry up now." cury or I'otaih, " Jobc.on Tllle, Ky.; Bev. J. A. Bogle, UuitonTllle! caught sight K'08 a m 7 07 pm of a familiar woods. For weeks that w'bolo province was Suton.J.'s. ? " May.tllle Boston lay perfectly still after this, and eyes Hook, on "Contaglou. niood I'oliou" and "lllood 10 ftO a m 7 60 p m some flguro directing workmen 100 Walker, C. C. Chrlsman. Klrk.Tllle, Ky.: J. 8. With a cunning which Will thought ha was' sleeping; but after a V. Danle , ilcKIn- - and SMn Dlica.c." mailed free. He lita WoTsTTTToTflT could never be anticipated, tho mad ele- Johnson. Hry.nt.TlUe. Ky.i J. Geo. Lew- time he saw hii llj move, and bent down feet tookaway. look at started J. Bo.ley, Lebanon, Ky.! u. For aalo by all drugglita. Dallr D.I It tle, the man who bad phant set hundreds of hunters at deflanoe, a long A. A. McGinn!., Howling rio bear what ho was tryiug to say. 1.. cWb'all.Tllle, Ex. Bun. Ex. Hun THE BWIrT 81'ECIFIC CO., and then Judge 'Bill," he whispered, "If tho worst comes, attracted bis attention, assume 1 turned to anl, creeping on unprotected villages, Oreen. W-- i Geo. BoU Shumate,J. W. Hughe., q Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa. Lto M.y.Tllle..... McA lee, Ky. young lady with an N. V. 167 23d St. expression smashed the huts and trumpled the women Harrod.burg, Ky.jC.C. 3 43 a to 2 43 pw 3M like my father to know. His nams is the " .Tohmnn 29- - 6m n 27 a m 3 28 pm and children. He had destroyed thirty-fiv- e JEd ward Puyion, of No. 1223 Beacon street. of nonchalance. , " Carll.le 7 20 a in 4 23 pm "My dear," ho said, "I'm afraid wo lives when HI oil. " Mlller.burit JJy name is George. I haven't made the haven't been rightly informed about tbis 7 48 a iu 4 47 pm 8 ISa rrl S ) pm Arr iw!"", most of my life, and the poor old man is man." Population of Greenlaud. ngbon o i0, , 6 10 put out with me now. Then there were "WhyP she asked, dejectedly. "What "CaTlngton Excliange. ll SQnin 8 43 pia others " census bas recently been taken of tho A makes you think sol' .... Nnm Trnln.ll an.l ..! But Boston's voice sank and he fell again cheater, Lexington and Cotington; other train, "Well, tho fact is," be replied, "it has Just population of Danish Groonland, which Ina lethargic slumber. into am dally except Sunday. occurred to me that there might bo some cludes nearly 1,000 miles of tho wost coast Direct ronn.cllotuareinado at Wlnchc.ter with Bill lit a pipe tint nmui"d himself by mistake about those telegrams wo received It is found that Denmark numbers among is only a part of beauty; LhcaaMake A Oblo for ML Sterling. A.hland I poklngs at tho Are, stirrings an hor subjects about 10,003 Esquimaux, of last winter." urbicb the wind trisd to suck up and out. but it is a part. Every lady Huntington, CbarJoMon, W. Vawiud Ea.tcrn clt- whom 1,400 nro the descendants "Do you mean about the date!" she askod, of European fathers and Esquimaux mothTho sick man's footing remlnUcence of his "or the place P hurts and many sorts of aite of may have it ; at least, what itroketi j ast bad tusgestnl to Bill's waver-ni- g The old man was trembling and he ers. Tho consus report gives a very favoraman and beast need a cooling mind his own bitter le.ti'O'poctioiis. ble account of the industry and progress of looks like it. Magnolia moved so that bis tall form shielded ber iVro-entlbe became conscloiK that the lotion. Mustang Liniment. those natives of Greenland. from the group of worklngmen. Balm both freshens and had in tome way deepened that ... .. "Not the date nor the place," be returned, u v n iiiiLii.. wnu hitherto uunutlceJ uoUe bad ceased (so beautifies. Pawonger Agent. TrT. I'au. Agent. will become conscious of the pre-Mtlta ear ' kUa.utts, uot men, have always betn i.."Mtn winn but little hue belovr, not by thn ceosntlou of a clock n.w.Vf.iTiffi:' went Bill to the wiii hfii unit, ji.ii!, ' liudeuilht ticking). its (ioldaciith. .y uiir!'." Boston's breathing A tuition terror Restaurant I. g J ""X0.''S f.. J. snow-covere- e, slck-nun- y. 71-l- ut DesirableResidence ofls I'-.'- TJ aiin-UUf ." CET tm-- "viyIrS" - Hi .a r.)v 1 -ic ct -- I oo-ii- u riiii lx. J "J LUMBER! f tH . ! J. LOGS WANTED. n-C- -- - I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut. Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the Ln&N., K.O. orO. S.R. R. n d e. I s. 37-l- MYERS HOTEL, St. Louis & tho Wost P Ju.ln STANFORD. KY. Propr and U il. O. & M. e Past Time and Suro swift-comin- rir. Best ifosget Dyspepsia & Asthma fan Dy-ep- new-come- r, .s inos-sago- 'ail-L.l- prd e, . Most Reasonable 1 -.- ---, Dyspeptic Elixir nr DR. HOLT'S -- Alt mM ft?T.r Dr.E. J. Nickorson, and -- 4c xSBBMm .... umn r, Swift's Specific half-brrr- d MOaTlt-llOCN- u JWu oml-sacr- V tiOaTII-llOUN- ' terror-stricke- n. HOUTII-Boum- I fro-.jue- AU Sorts of A Clear Skin ... i. half-breed- y (.. c.w..H7'h'' Stmi-'cfillah- li! nltriaroninH ARROYO CITY BANK. i very pale faco, hastened over to consult his IE. Hough la The Current. young colleague, Mr. Arrojro City, In bur own opinion, vm man of small Azraol McPhuntlon, a and chin, Ttry nearly the Loadvlllo of tho iouUtrt. diamond ring, who was large rovolver,dutlos to assume tho In onlcr to bocotna to entirely, it was only of necessary that sbs should b&ra bank. The was cashier in tbo bank. Mr. Mol'huntlon a cousin of Mr. liorson, and was resiliouest miner wero tired of utlng dutvbllls, and grocery orders and Iron dliks at cur- dent manager of a very large corporation rency; even pontolllco onlcr could not al- whoso intereiti On piMr) wero centered at City. ways bo emtio 1 on demand. Tbey wanted Arroyo Now I shall scarcely bo credited in sayto liavu n llttlo book to carry In tbelr lOckoU. Thoy wanted to have n bank ing, as I novorthelois must say, that those young and account. Thoy wanted to have n Uo3 two old moro wbero thoy could nsutn lntl borderers wero native! of tho goolthorn-aolvinato relations with that vaguely un- Quaker city of Philadelphia, nnd retalnod the hnbite of tholr youtlu derstood commodity which they had hoard tpokon of iii eastern exchange. AnJ, To bo sure, thoy bore nrm, but thoy never, norer used thorn, nor would oltbor of tlioui reasotie-- tby, In addition to tho vast increase of eronnl dignity which would bo havo slain so much as n rabbit, oven could brought about by the establishment of such ho have hit It, an ludood nolther could an Institution, tho tono of n city which have doua; nor yot a co icouro ot large rnbblte. could support it must ncods bo lridnltoly "I toll theo, Mac, wo'ro in a boxl" sold n ramp llko abovo ttat of any which hnd but two noiss-p- a Sir. Clialmars, Malinger. lionlto Canon, "Woll, i:il, don't I know thntl I'm Juit port to It name, au 1 no products wlint-ero- r m ba ily soarod as thoo Ul" sild Azraol, of a bank, but a yut there had npp&nred no prophet norvously. "No thoo Isn'tP In Israel, an It Is probablu that Arroyo "Ves, I am, too, I toll thool"' City wiiild Invo boon foriver ilobnrrol 'Well, 1 wish thoo'd tell mo what to dot from this In- plutincld of glory, ba 1 it not "Well, so far as I call soo, Kll, wo'll hnv, Itor-ol)oon for Mtfs-rn- . Cimltiurs, Thomson This llrm of capitalists, who vroro to upon the baukt'' And so It was con A: Co. bent upon ileroloplni; tho camp, had boon cluled. Tho lint thin? in ordor on tlu followlrg nttrnctod to It in its oarly slays. It was And itroiullod morning tlu "clean-up.- " they wliu erected tlio uloctrir csunjiofitiiMii in n large aunuiit of mercury mil a small, n milL very small, amount of gold. In fact, so As tho joint capital of th (Inn nmountod to a very few tboutnn U vt dollars, tlmy small was It that I fool dlllllent nbout mentioning It nt all A short tlmo later, as all had dociJed not to build mo of tho wero (liKCtissinj stamp-m- l ll, I ml to onset ono Vegas mall. this result, up cam) tho Ivis mall contalnod And this which wuulil do twlco tho work In tho tltno, and oo-- only one half tho thirty lottort from his Vog.i. And oacli money. Ily this. It Is plain to 1j mmiii, they letter hl I, ur t n pjstolll . order,or n draft, or currency, but a dlshonoroil check. would Kocuro very great nrltlimetlonl Then It was askel whsre Mr. Chilmors ntnl this, tho inventor told th-the eluctilc comtnatiiig mill would do, or could lie. He was not present All n ton co soma ono called out: "Tbo bsnkl money cheerfully rofunJl. There nro a great many kin Is of col 1 mills In the Iljcky Lot's make the bank pay our checks!'' A few mluutes later tbo Arroyo City mountains, but 1 do not bolluvo tlwru are very many electric compensating mills. It bank was filled with a quiet, cool crowd of men; tho foremost boro each two bits of po-j- r; bull I an Is said that the inventor trlel t the other said "No funds." other like that of An yo City, but f alio I to To moot this unoxectod run upon tho do so, nnd noon there J tor dlod, bis secret bank, stood behind tho counter Mr, Axraol perishing with him. ns saying n Mcl'huutlon, palo and trembling. A batchot Hut I would not be umterst-o- d word ngn, tut this milL It was n sotirco of was handod film, nnd bo was requested to Mechanically bo great pride t Arroyo City; for she knew open the kegis of upecle. Tho first that nltbvr in tho heavens above or In the druvo lu the heads of the kogs. water j under the earth was tlivre anything showed sllvor dollars; tho tocond, unopenod "Oentlo-mon,- " rouleaus of coin; tbo third It. It certainly gave emthat said Mr. Mcl'huntlon.growiug boldor. ployment to a large body of men, although it was a very small nillL And it certainly "I cannot honor thosj chocks. Tuoy are not did, by its cullar syitem of grinding and drawn on this bnk, but on a bauk In Lis crushing, so far nxluco the local ores that It Vegas. Of course, it's all right, but I can't , to pay them till the technicalities aro straightwas lmKsiblo, with a single wash (julto coutlderablo quantities of Must'' ened out" lie further oxplalnod, very from Its "tailings;' to If ono found hlmwlf oarnostly, that other ;iartles besides Motsrs. in that interesting condition Usually callo.l Uorson, Coalmen, Thompson & Cx wero Mead broke," he oould always ncuro tbsre Interested in the Arroyo City bank, and to from areswctableretuni for blslabor. Tobo make such piyments, before the books were sure the mill should have saved all this fairly o;poi)i 1, would cause serious compligold, tut, as the honest miners reasoned, it cations throughout this Winking world, was much tctt'r In tin tailings than not at would probably destroy t o Now York all The mill did not run very long. It clearing hoim, and croato grjat distresn iu was of few days nnd full of trouble. Hut the markets for eastern exchange. 1 sild Andy Its hUtory was sj Intimately connected with Kistern oxchango bo that of tho Arroyo City Kink that I muit Johnson. "You open them kalgsp Mr. McPhuntlon stepped from iu front of not hero further pursue It. Knotuh has been said, 1 trust, to show that Mettrx. tho third keg. Andy Johnson bent forssnrd liorson, Chalmers, Thomson fc Co. "rrd and looked at its contents, "iijys,'' said ho, sbrowd, eutrpriing, and thoughtful busi- carelessly drawing his rovolver au I resting ness men, and very fair typos of the IndomIt upon the counter, "boys, this here's the itable eastern capitalists who have derel first bank opjnln' I ever 'tetidod, and mobbe of our western oped the mil era! I alut very well up on tech matters, but I territories. Indeed, Mr. Chalmers' resident nevor could see, ner I can't too now, what's manager of the company's Inlwre ts (they Uio use what's the ix), boy, In n bank's cwnad several extensive mining claims, for its upochurey 'ulxsd in with the most part In an cxrollont stato of presnails! Bay," ho continued, In tho "Kntty Morgan's ervation, by reason of their having been which followod. thoroughly "altodn oirchnt hat jot tome of tbo bott (sackiu' rojn ever ooino I his often Uv.i heard to .) that he an to tbo cnitii. You bitter git It there, I company ssere indomitable, an 1 that thoy rsckjn.'' linmnttod velop ths B tlvey got it there, nnd twsmty minutes Mr, Chalmers was a short young mm, later tsso tripods stool in the street (for who wure very IiIrIi boU, n very largo In Arroyo City, thorsf ssas not n lamp-pos- t He nil 1 not it tree or a housj or a crust-bna full nnd, it I nlssays i'llel tho manager part of his whers it man could be decently hanged) nnd nam's with n very large M. He ssas ssell the two malingers serti having t.snir trial. In tho initios, by tialW 1" nit-o--l The summons wns wrved so promptly on of bnving studied gstology, nnd lilt iwIms ssell Mr, Chalmers that he had not time to brush ijuaLftul to succeed in life, by reason of the shavin;-- . from iili coat having itulisl ulllieAleeon my. He often "Pris'ners nt tlw bar,"' sui I Andy J Inuoii said ti.nt llw vTJt of ocjrlm svi,slth lay In his nrralgiimont, "tho clmrgiH n'lust yo tils, In liiidiugn want mil then Illlliu It. Is ilrit, that yo havo Iseen plnyln' Tl.er-f- . nfter lllllnj the svantoftho it blind game on to this camp from c immunity fur an electric coiiiiMiiviting to last, an' blutTlu. on no kind of n llorton, Chnltmrs, Tliim-so- u flrtt nt all; soon I, that yo ain't paid yer mid M sr- hand .V Co., observing the evident houost debts, nn' don't intend to; third, that "f Arroyo City for a hnuk, deter-inn.- " yo have Imposed on to the conferdenco nn' To bo foole I with tho sakervlst fuslings o' to m ply that want nlsa this cur , ih y y this time had much le than here comiuunity, by a p;rten Jin' to start n their i rigluul cnpltnl; but I feel It my duly bank bore when you hadn't money enough at tl is j ol:;t to t'XpUiii that the jwjiularly fcr to sit into a decent gnme of poker, nn' a couceivtd Idea that to start a bank requires spunglu' ngiimo out--) us ns'll miko us tbo a gr'nt deal of money, or a kuossledgeof Inughln' stock o' this wii ilo It ckv mouii-tuiig ba;iliua', it a more or loss mysterious nn' reproach fur oven nn' it is, tli tho government. Is n serious Iljnltor Canon; fourth, thnt yo have inlntni.0. All that Is uocossary Is to bo guilty of ncki herein which is scan lerlous taldc For. ilen.o. olwerve, not long nn' onfnrglveabla; llftli, tnt yer it pair of Mi r. ltoioii, (.hnliuers Thomson nftor cosvarJs, that this mls'ablo, w.ilo-livroto s'nrt n bank at Arroyo here camp ain't got no uio for. Now what .v CV, arrived, sovon days out from yo got t ) sty j ' City, l.as N'l'gn'. several wagons, which boro, CoL tleorgo V. lbal, Jr., Kj , the atuuiig oilier thiug", nu'uerju kegs marked lawyer from Kentucky, hero thrust specie,'1 which ssoro very heavy. in his buzztrd faco nn nsked t) bo bl'usliig," sail all tho honest U'lint a 1 to make n speech for tho prutocutlon. x did not hear His request was denied; whereupon he disminer, ''tUnt the In that cjs, wecuild patched n note to tbo prisoners, of this in hi olTerin; to not linvo had our bank!'' defend them for $10 cash. A very IndusNow It had so happoned that in conducttrious practitioner, CiL Ooorgo K. Honl, Mestr. lfcirson, Jr., Ksq , mil one well qualified to succeed, ing tholr nilllin? ciitorprli-Chulmcp', Tnompson fc Co. had reached it by ron'on of hl great How of languugo and point sshoto they oould not put their hands his very lniv)slng signature. sufllcicut cash to wy oil' tho mo:i who Uon Iiut procisoly at this Juncturo happonod n were employed by them as opratlvcj. very strnnga thing tho only thing which These men, beiu; much )iro.ol by tho mnkos this stcry of nny Interest to mo nt s In rognr.l to their onn llttlo oil. Tuoro nppoirod nt tho odgo of tho account's, became more than gently Inslstout n comoly well nnd upon tho mbject of their slues, and g.ivo crowd woman, who at ouco undo young Mr. Chalmers u great donl of trouble. Ho wny to tho silo of pristho repeatedly explained ts) thoiu that ho was her 1, Wilto-fa- o nnd benu-tlfu- l, developing the camp, but that failed tosatUfy oners. sho put her hinl upoi fio bowvxl them. Ho olio red them nny nmouut of bhouldorj of tbo cron'.uro crdera on tho grocery store, but theca ssoro lcoklug au.iu: ner, null: nuarnit her, and, "i um sure you declined on the ground that tbo storokoopar will not hurt nun, sir . no is my husuniul." nothing for them in exchange. would give A gasp, a very groan, went tip from ths Ho t'tlerod drafts on tho homo coiupaii, crowd of man, but tho men did not nppcar rightly to Hut It was, intlojd, Mr. ChnlmorV svifo, understand who or what tho "homo com-- I hnd any" vsmb, nnd so rofmod them nlso. who wjok unurpoctedly arrived during tlio to .iy hot husband it short viiit, Then (i linppy thought struck this Indomit- past o iu the cntiii ,Vfl3 "ot able young man. Ho offered them checks mil whoa known, At tho very tableau-instan- t cn n Its Vogns lank. Tobo suro, ho was gouordlly tho wliolo history of theo tsvo could nwuio that ho hnd no funds In that bank; tho old, old story of it ti is should he know thnt n lnrgo u mount Iki read but nt uuy tiuio bo dopoeited to hli womanly woman Joined fur life to adesplc-nbl- o might not pretonsu of it man; n mtn who had surely, And lie, thought credit. tlio protested checks married hor for lior monoy, which ho hnd ttiuo by tho In ths fiquandorod. Why nro thoo thln?s luck, wo can have n clean-ucoinrs In the n. ill, nnd take out gold enough to southwest ono says: "Qalon salnil1 "Ho Is my li'isban 1," sho said ngaln. inlMy nil demand'. So ho drew a millibar An "Prls'ner nt tf the o checks1, mid, m tho men nil know plosvly shnklnjtho bir," aid tbo ly Johnson, his linger In fnro of Mr. whom Lis Vegas was, thoy accepted them last chnrgo ng'iust yo Is tho Thon Mr. Chnlinuri wroto to Chalmers, n payment. th" liomo company, in riillmlolp'.iln, nnd worst. Why didn't you toll u y ou hnd teoh Not content with ruiiiin' tho told of his brilliant project, nnd added: a wife o' this camp, you have com) blame "We havo ntrm.1: it big in tlo forty-frloner lovel, but you hnd bottor oiul nu all near throwln' onto us tho Mltlonnl dlsgraco o' havin' acted ouoiurtoous to u womnii Hie in 'itcy you cm gut." And nil Hits time the hogs of specie stood nn' tho purtlest womtm m over struck ArHo hnd unowned in tho bacK room of the ndobo royo City."In Hjromovol his hat. "Boys," hut which was to lo tho bank Imi'diug. It kopt it on t.io prcsonci of death. "Arroyo City's purty low was cxpia nod thnt tho nrrivul of tho bank ho continuad, dotsii In tbo pnu now, I allows that's so. s sns awaited, and impatlont fixturos wcro nkcd to loinoiubor tbutn bank Hut it won't never do, it jo.t uover won't could no moro bo started without a mahog-nn- y do, to have It said of her that slio left a poro counter and a plate glass tollor's table thin it could without kogs of Bpoclo. . qusMlioi. n i I'" ifll vnu i.D-M Arroyo City grosv Impatient. A n is." -- G. duii'h. pulltc meoting was held upon tho plui oiu 1 low-dow1 -t n, s onis-four- th it gold-pany -nllst-cps- l, m erenlnj, wheroln it w unanimously that upon the following day, first, the bank should opon; second, a cloaulng up should ba made This notion was communicated to Mr. Chalmers, but so far from being ploasod at the interest manifested, ho nppoarod much disconcerted, and, with a very likely bettor theu this feller, but boy., I really must say that alnt tbo point, A woman's nlmlghty particular about soch things, an' I couldn't, as far' I'm concerned, I Jest roolly couldn't oh, why, a woman alius did make a fool o' mor Tbero was allonoa. Col. George P. Doal, Jr., Esq., began to mnko a sjioocli. Boino-bod- y suppressed him. Tlio two managort sat with faces, looking from sldo to side. Abovo thorn stood the woman, head upright, bravar than they. "Ilo is my husband,'' she murmurjd. And that Is how It happened that th) prisoners wero allowed to depart from Arroyo City: Mr. Mol'huntlon being contemptuously pushed after his comrade (with the romark that "the tall of tho ox went with tho hide"). A hundred men watched them, bands in pockets and profanity allow. And as tbey wont, tbo woman unnatural slgbtt wipod away tho tears from tho oyos of him who should always havo drlod her own. And the full sun in tho west shone hard upon tho shamo of it as she led him up toar-streak- foutrc woman a wldder an' alone in this i cussed country (A volco: "Wo can take caro of herl") "To lio uro wo can tako care of her, au' -- d'c55uvre3T)r UiM every KngTISgl lra"nsIa"tiJTiiTo now lingo are served up for the entertainment of Volapuklans, or VolnpukUts tbero is a little doubt which of th two terms is tbo more correct an I, finally, wa are assured by M. KerckbofTs that be corresponds in "Volapuk" with twelve individ- 6M.9Bfrt jas. ?3V )Un. I GENTS 6 n Uf ANTED ! WUUUW P., uals ot different nationalities. What "Volapuk" Is precisely I regret my inability to explain, not kuoning ono word of it, but, if we are to believe its adepts, one ot its groateit Advantages Is its remarkable simplicity, and th) facility with which it can bo acquired, as Its rules are clear and invariable, without any of tboso irregularities that drive to depalr the All derived student of foreign tongust. principles, from words are formal, or flx-roots, wherefore the roots belli; known, and the principles of derivation being known, anybody can form all the derivative I of tboso roots, whence it results that anybody d The Best Newspaper in America, and by far the Most Readable. Agents wanted everywhere to earn money in distributing tho Sun's Premiums. The most interesting and advantageous offers ever made by any Newspaper. No Subscriber ignored or neglected. Something for all. Itoautlful and Substantial Promlums in Standard Gold and other Watchcs,Valuablo in poasoralon of 500 or COO rook is In posses- Hooks, tho Host Family Sowing Murhtno A person of sion of tho entlro vocabulary. to tho trade, and annncquclcd list ordinary intelllgonco nnd a good memory known to reed "Volapuk" fluently after n of objects of real utility and instruction. can loam few weeks' study, and after two or throi by THE OAPTTAT. 1m mrnr.-,,.-..- . p. o. Box, CINCINN?r1 v, .n..f n GRATITUDE Rltlort Attonta Conittlulton: ! Below we hand you a letter rom a grateful heart, which was sent to and published to the Vanslystlne, Texas. Enttrprhe, without our knowledge or solicitation, and we desire to gls-- It publlcltr through your columns. Hates, Mail, Postpaid: thn hliL "VOLAPUK." A UNIVERSAL PROMISES TO PROVE WHICH PRACTICAL. Iilncli1rs I'pou Which It Is rounded tMiat Sclrntlfl.0 .Men Think or It 1'aslly Ai'itlrinl and of Ite- uinrknhlo Simplicity. IParls Cor. New York Times 1 r, do-s.- re 1 1 1 is mile,-standin- by-wo- d pil-grl- 1 rond-agont- o fcnloon-kot'wr- ilrjtl wet-oyo- pro-ouc- llnod-soulo- p ropu-tatlo- n cltl-Zen- There is no mnnnor n( uo Iu searching on any map for Volnpukla. Thcro is no such place as Volapukln, tbero is no such poople n tho Volapuklan, and yet is tboro n langungo called "Volapuk," which does exist, which was bom nil armed, as Minerva was born from tbo brain ot Zeus, with iti grammar and Its dictionary and Its rulo, and of which tho acknowledged parent is a Gorman professor at tho university of Constancy It Is quite a young idiom tho date of its ofllcial eutranoe into tho world was 1881 and its vitality is not yet abovo suspicion, but it sooms to bo vigorously constituted, and It has thrivod considerably during the first four years of ite existence. Th) most terrlblo trial of travelers, as everybody admits, Is the diversity of tonguss; certainly, if every ono sjioko French, or English, or German wj should bo spared this ennui, but, unfortunately, any nation Is weak enough to preserve Its own language, and tbero is no reason to lwo for the advent of that blessed day when tho difficulties which began at llabol will be obviated without to that impossible labor vainly un; dertakon by Descartes nnd Leibnitz, the study of every Idiom spoken on tho glob'-surfac"Try my plan," says the learned protestor; "take up my treat!) on 'Volapuk' and you can converso with a Hottentot, or an Afghan, or a Kanaka of Honolulu as easily ai svlth ono of your own countrymeu. Unlike the results obtained by 'French Without a Master in Twelve Evsy Lessons,' one month's tuition from mo will enable you to go everywhere and talk to anybody about anything. Mariners nool not bo polyglot to communicate with each other on the ocean. CivllUxl nntions hnve adopted an interne-tlourode of signals whereby conventional groups of letters nro llko number;-- . Tbo figure 4 Is read four by the Eugllsbman, vier by the German, tchetira by tho Ru tinn, qu.itro by tbo GauL Everybody ngrujson tho meaning of this sign, and so it Is f ir signals. Oae ship telegraphs to nn other ship tlio following group of latter.-- : FIJKH. If that QCil FCl'H 1)FKN other ship bo Eugli-- or American its captain wdl read: Our ship will sail Nuestra nave eveniiij; if It bo (uirtirn mauaua p- -r la tarde; If French: N tr navire partlra domain solr." This is n first stop in tho right direction, but it is only applicable to writing; It is a precious resource for ships, but it otters no resouro for conversation, nnd it is this which Il-- rr Kchl-ypropjtcs to supply by the general Introduction of "Volapuk," Into th i education of the innwes, "Volapuk," from puk, liHiguago, nnd vol, universi. meaning that universal language of which so many philosophers hnve dreamed. Horr Sehleyor Is nearly tho first who hns attempted the solution of a prolom which, next to the squaring of tbo clrclo and th') direction of balloons nnd rockots, his Invent-orninong mado mi) t victims VSJJ year Inst tbo during lboU thirteen dllloront HInco unlverstl languages have boon invontol, nnd yet nt All ona of thorn has over boon ndopted. havo suffered iu com in m, mid thg l.usslans )Hrslst In talking Kussinu, tho Chine w stick to Chinos) ssitbout heeding M. Mas r M. Purat or oven looking ut tho system of of Vlzo, who wrote with musical notes; ot Ochnndo, of Holmar, of Caumont, of Lambiirt, of Littilller, of Btiiner, or of Terribly turned into ridicul-havDachmalvr. been those unfortunate inventors, mil yet no ono can imagine how much of real sclenco has boon nnrts-o- d before thoy comTnka, for instancj, menced tholr tn-ho first le.irno 1 is very tongue spok n iu Euroivo, thou aided Baiiscrlt, and Unally, nt tbo age of 00, consecrated oig'at years tithe study of Chinese, nftor which ho four iuarto volutins, of which n t ono copy was ovor sold. But tho "Volapuk," tho fourteenth on th list of universal lnngungos, doos not soom Tc dostined to tbo fnto of Its predecessor!. nil tho others tboro was ono fnttl objection; thoy could only bo usod alter ttielr genorah-Eitiou- . So soon ns everybcsly know the particular universal langungo, conversa, tion would bo ony, not before-- and tbero foro iHioplo dcclliivd its btuly until every Iki ily el.--o should sjsjnk it, it lelng quito to learn what cannot bo leivnied Immediately, nnd uros nothing to the individual who does not know It, Lccntbo noboly clso lourns it. Herr fc'cbleyer fears nothing llko thnt. Scarcely hnd ho published bis system before it was taken up ou tho continent, nud notably in I'm is, where nt tlio Edolo dos Hiiutes Eatlos Comuurolale) it chnir of "Volapuk" has bjon funniest, o. which tho titulary M. Augusta Kerckhoir , has issued n pamphlet explaining tho new langaago nnd the rapid progrjss mado by it iu tho course ot four yuurs, duiiug which M. Sehleyor has deliver I llii diplomas ol cnpaiity to profess it, nnd 1ms authorized tbo ostablislinieiit of UCtytno socloties in Uormauy. foundl for it i pr. p.iijutlon Swodjn, Eug-lin- t, Auylria, Alsace, Hulbiud, tlu Unit j I Stat-- tin I Syrli. Hdsldos this, n congresi of 3J9 msmbars has boon roouutly hell nt Friedriehshafen, was on Itko Co.istauce, uhoro n succo-so- r appointed to M. Schloyer in tbo eventuality of hlsdomhe, nnd nionsure.s wero udoptod for tho formittlon of uu ncudomy of letter to bo charged with the lobulation of auy The future difficulties iu tbo grammar aud dictionary of Volapuk-Gor-mahavo iilieiuly reached tholr fourth edition; dlctioaurlos for tba Froucli, English, Italian:), mil Hungarians uro ou tho evo ot publication. Toe Dutch nro nlroady io provide I, uud abridgements of Its grammar nro to bo obtained not only in ovory Kartp in ! nnn,?, but a' i.i CLU.sa a..d iu N'uma, tho Hottentot dlalsct. Two nlsooxiji i Yolajuk, where, thg. chefs o. nl months of application can talk it as elegantly ns its inventor. Only those who have traveled much can appreciate tho Inestimnblo sorvfeo of a gen-ormo Hum of communication between individuals of different races, for do not sup-pothat tho professor proposes thnt tbo Invention can bo substituted for all national languages. No such chimerical idea ever entered his brain; its rulo is indicate 1; It ii confinod within the scope of him who trados with overy point on tho globe, within tho hotel, svhero pass tourlita from ovory clime, nnl may roplnco tboio btrbaroui Jargons, tho Sablr of tbo Mediterranean const, tin lltiqua franca of tho Levant, tbo pidgin ol China and India, which now so Imporfectly mnko up for tho foreigner's Ignorance of the local dialect. Iiut how far will toil still limited movomont spread! Will thoro ovor bo onough Volnpaklun i to Impose the study of Volapuk ns n ncccsdtyt If it should procure no other advantage than to permit a correspondonco with Messrs, Bcbleyer nnd Kerckhotli it will bo merely a division, but It oue feels tbo certainty that a two months' study of it will help a man anywhere to converse with strangers, tbero is no doubt that every merchant, sailor.and traveler will take it up ongorly. Dut everything depends upon this feeling of certainty. Pel hops an international congress ot scion ti ' may, after examination, give an ofllcial sanction to the invention and introduce Its study into commercial schools, which would bo n great point galnol. I say perhaps, for scientists Are opposed to Innovations, and to sanction anything so practical would bo a terrlbl blow to routine; nnd so I see, on the ona side, M. Schleyer nnd M. KerckbofTs with this "Volnpnk," and, on tbo other, tho indlrToronoj ot ths mass of humanity to overything not directly affecting their pergonal intsrosts. al s DAILY, per Year (srithout 8unday) $6 00 DAILY, per Month (without Sunday) 50 I 00 SUNDAY, per Year FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 00 WCKLY, per Year .tililrcvi, THE SUN, XciT York ... ... Up KavncHtlu Entreat r.icrtl Suffer ttttl Woman trim Seen Tit In to JlcaU it Carefullu a nit ircll. - r . .. 1831. , MftrnvtAn " 1A1I. .1. V,, iSOT, niic, -- - -- X- . , 00 ( llf. I 1886 THE C0URIER-J01RNA- L. or LIVING IDEAS AND LIVE ISSUES. as tM.nr or Monopolies, Ollgnrclilsm, nnil the AN OUUSN issc better than n pound of cure," and a pound LCU.r? '" ,"t,er,ht- hlp load of r. your columns. I iw 01,10 tl7"e inM'.lTf.r,l,r.lnp.nt of wedlelne calle-Female Itegulator and derful results from Its use; and as the wonmy had been a suflirei and an Invalid for wife Fir. tlon of the womb and palolul luenilratlon and the doctors could do her no good, I was ,0 f "'""ir. Bo I sent for two bottles, and ..he result was helinproT. ed jo much that I tent foranother packaee and she Is now able to do ber household work and roes about wherever she pleases. I ara conn lent she Is permanently cured. sent for a lot ol this wonderful Kemale Ilea-I -- nl J -- Spirit of Stt tlounl Strife. illsi-osc- d of has given llrNRY ".VsTTrnsni Is tho atkii'-- Itlge.l Representative Newspaper of tho South, Is Democratic iu ."lltli-s- , Huf ami nil tlin time is lor a reduction ot the War Taxes as lvsii-uu th I"-illy tho tarlu" now lu force. C'ltirlor-Joiirn- Tho rt,lit, Tho Weakly Courier-Journweekly the puMlshrd In the foiled f tatff, uud f .r tint imnlity ud quality cf mutter that npitars In cscb Imiio of It, it U the ; HEAriiT. its telegraphic nevss fa. flitlfs nutrLita any other fai- - r, nnd It has the Mrs in of tho oblc-- t v titers and C'lrrrsponilt-iitIn the country. It j the news ol lhe sseck from Is lst now-pap- th4t With thanks to the Enttrprhe, which called my atfentlon tn It and to tho d Regulator i the proprietors great boou, I aui gratefully vours, of this J. W. Davis. S "y.u n'i Pulj'l'i this women, I you see at, but for the benefit o or not, as hopeynu will. Any one whodoults tneffnntnnnt..nrii, can write to Mr Dasli, who will give all purlieuUrad-flel- colltX..,,leda.r,,,neT,,r'taSell, .i! ,i.. n -- s Betd cants. esery fonur book It of Serial nnl Short jK.pulnr Titers than any of Urn lnjrb-prlre- .l uiftRnjlnts. It is In every a Model Political and Famllj Paper. tliru.-hiu-t tlicjear a greatrr nuuilor Stories by 'rmiDent atul i f thn World. 11 Rlsrs tolls for women. containing valuible Inforuia-lo- will be mailed free to appli- rij.ct Tho Weekly Courier-Journhas by far the Largest Circulation of any Democratic .NowBpapcr iu America. al THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., BoxZS, Atlanta. Ga. For aalo by DR. M. L. BOURNE, Stanford. Ky. fifthe-sinnl- tion; (treat In Tarlely; (ireat In erery unse Itlsl'eiiir tli.it rrerjl.oJjnliouU hasr. To to vithnut it Is a great lost. Ttic wl o once take It aro net willing to Le without It in thilr homes. . great in enterr-ill.ijr; great lnUc Its correetne- In ability; at In J thn ngliotit the jr. It Is arfcnowlHjre.I hy press and f'T'e United Main to l n pteist ( CHESAPEAKE of Informa- print HI. roa Keiuiiclo'i Route East WaBhinglon, Philadolphta and Now York, The only line running Strolling Street Hands. tho strolling string bands, consisting chiefly of Italian Jews or Polish Jews, aro controlled by two enterprising young men, who are as despotic in their sway as tho Italian Antonio. It is cusis said It that Nesr York Times.) free to ) early lutucrib-i-rOn re.ef-i- t of a request for thm, vie unJ Ires of charge a cf Weekly Cuurler-Jourii Supplement, fc'Mug aul cur our full lut of preuiiuuK, to any ftls-m- A list of preat Tarlety aro FREE PREMIUMS. ami premiums Lund-nin- e of t . PULL if.IN XCiV SLCePIXK CARS AMD tomary for the. o .trolling bands to start out early In tho morning and keep out until late at night Indoed, as long as there is a chance of making anything, ltelny days aro passed Indoors rehearsing. The instrumentalists ore required to rehearse frer quently, but tho takes no organ-grinde- - - - h or s Ho spends bis lelsuro tlmo pains. training bis monkoy, who soon becomes his inseparable companion, sharing his humblo bunk svlth him In Antonio's lodglng-bou- a and his simple meal with him. Tho inr is generally passed genious into the picnics nnd such festive scones ns be frequents, and allowed to inak) nil he can; but tho strolling bauds aro req ilred to pay for tho privileges of playing on tbo excursion-boats and snch occasion. It Is stated that the controller or manager of tho larger of tbo two of tboso organizations of strolling musicians piys tho round sum of t2,7W for tho prlvilego of tho exclusive supply of tho music on n popular line of From this it is ovidont thnt tholr collections must ntnount to quite n considotaVilo sum. Inter viowvd on the subject, the collector cf ono of tho-- bands iu n leisure moment between tunes, wlion tho wero otnbarking, ob:orvod: "I tell you, It Is n paying business How) Well, tliero have boon nt lonst 1,200 passengers on tlio boat. Nosv, on tho trip down wo played in every tcction of tho boat that Is io every group of, say. ;100 people nnd jws-e- d Now, say thatonly tho hat nrounl. 100 of tho l,2iW aboard gives 5 cents each, thnt makes f 00. Certain trips nro only good on tbo way down, others on tho return trip. The Inst trips don't pan out much, ns tho peoplo bnvo generally spent nil their money. lint, averaging the light trips with tho full such organ-grindeI'xcur-don-bpnt- s. o pns-cnge- a li premium, J.jo For nery club of fite names sent us at one time, tho tender ot club will be tent as a present any one ot our Ires premiums selected by him. Dally, texcejt one jear .. $10.P0 Uallj, (except bunilis i, six nu.nthi- .. 6.(i0 Dally, (except umlai, cue month 1.(0 hiin.l.iy, one r 2.W fauuJay, tiz luuutha l.yu No trarellni- - airents aro employed 1t the Courier-Juurna- SUBSCRIPTION TERMS. Weeklr, ono jear, InrluJIng a free pre- "lum Weekls, toslulsuf fisonuiloter, uithout $1.50 A SOLID TRAIN FB0M Louisville, Cincinnati SU & Lexington, Ky., II l, f' r it In esery cuinn.uiills-- , to sshom a IILerat rash ccmmlsflon l allonl. If tho Courier-Journhas no local agent In )our lieighhor. f. r S'tir Aunt's Consa-dR- g Ii.kI, ten.l to Outfit, sshlcli sic wn.1 free'ef charge. All reqne-t- a or.hu, fur outfit", saiutle eopl' ', etc., shusild lo n JJrewwl to bntnpixxl santel The Direct Route to Lynchburg. Danville, Noriolk and all Virginia and North Carjllna Points. For tickets and lurthr Information, apply to your nearest tlcet oifios or address W. W. Monroe, Dl 7 Freight aai Passenger Agent Lexington Ky. O. W. MMITXI, II. W. IOLLKR, nBD-- i uanairer, (Jon'l Pasa'r ig'i RIchtuona. Vlrnlnli. Past Trains for Now York. Connecting In the same depot with oouiugtou JllJ, W. N. HALDEMAN, I'rnUt.t Co., LOUISVILLE. KY V -- gytOUISVIltC NIWAIB'MYS CHICA60 Rt (f- l- For Hard Times, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL AND Through Coaches and Pullman SIoopinR Cars From - DEMOREST'S ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY I.oulHiillo to OliicaRO, Giiiciniittti to Chicago, KutllauiipoIlM to Chicago. THEOUQH TIME TABLE. Via Lvo. Louisville Arr. Lafayette. " Chicago..... I "MAGAZINE With Twelve Cut Paper Patterns of jour cv.n totsetion and of my size. , .) n7 sa a in 3 30 p m 8 20 p m x; I 41) p m 3 20 a m 8 00 a m trip, each round trip C3, Is nnd it's n cold doy whan do not yield $100. nny day gool for tbo four trip BOTH PUBLICATIONS, rca ONE YEAR, Lve. Cincinnati Via Claclnnatl o pub-li-ho- d e ns well as tl.o crowds would promise, thoro are so many persons of moderate means oil" for n holiday who won't give a cent. How nro wo paid I Oue dollar and a halt n dny. We started out thnt is, the harp, the llute nnd myself five years ngo on our own hook nnd did vory well during the summer, playing on the Ilaysldo boats but we did not save our money, nnd the fall found us short ot funds and iu nimmcr clothes, nud wo wero glud to hire ourselvos to tlio bo-that big, broad shouldered, man yonder nnd wo havo been in his clutcbos ovor since. Ho has in his omploy In the winter sonio twenty bands like this. time wo piny in brer taloons, or bo doubles up two or throe bands, making a full band, nnd supplio- us to cheap bolls nnd festival. Wo got employment In this way the year miuJ, nn 1 con equently don't havo to worry about the moirow, as we might havo to do If we wore playing on our own hook." 8 -red-lmlr-- 'Saturdays and Sundays do not pan out $3,50 (THREE FIFTY). (L. N. A. A C. R'y) as It is the quickest, the le:t and most direct line to Chicago and points (JJONTAINIflQ Glories, Poems and olher Ltlerary la the Northwest. - attractions, combining Artistic, Scientific ana Tickets via the Monon Route on sale at all prinHousehold millers. cipal ticket offices. For rates, maps and lull InIllustrated with Ortirtnnl Stctl Engrttr" formation, nddrtM fnM, Vhotttymvure, Oil I'lttiirrs unit WM. ?. BALDWIN, (1. P. A., Chicago. fine ll'ootl oils. ntnl:lii(i It the Model A. J. O'REILLY, 11. J. A., Louisville. iftilinsliic of .Itnerleti, Mainulro rotitnlna a COCTON OUnr.H I'litltlltiir tin- holder to tho election of ANY I'ATTKltV lllustruteJ In that number, nnd In ASY SIZR. l)r..MOIir.ST'S MOXTIIIA' Irju-tlcntl'lca tho WorldV Model Miirazlne U'l'O LarRrst In I'lirm.tho Largest In Circulation, and tho TWO Dollar Family lsucil. ISStI will year of its publication ; tie the Tircnt v It Is continually lmprovc-- l nwl to extensively ns to tilaeo It In tho front runic of rmll I'erloillcah. uml equal to nny inoirazinc It & K. quarto. 8 .11' luchcis contains cloiratitly jiriuted uud fully Illustrated by w. Jcntiintrs Dtmorest, Ncv. Yorlr, THE Or.KAT- - flEMOREST'S ih THE BBS Of all tho Magazines. rTath " Indlanaiiolls 1 ' 45 p in Arr. Chicago 8 20 p m Dally. ts'ly except Sunday. Be sure your f7 SOa m 11 td C 45 p m 20 p m 85 a m tlcktts read via the MONON ROUTE, -- y tit L.&N. Nashville -- Louisville R. l'un-lish- ed s n Pulse Tee-l-li lu the Surr. (Asbury Turk Journal. "I bnvo noticed," said n bathlng-boui- o clerk yostorday, "thnt tbero Is ono nrtiola uover reported in tho list of tliln-- s inls-- e 1 and stolon nnd that's faUo teeth. Why, wo hnve two or throo dozen sots ot artificial teeth in thii olllce now." Tho clork berj showed tho reporter a large box filled wita them. Tboro woio that must have cost fancy pr.'ws tvhon now, "Yoi," tho clork continued, "we find them sountimos whero bathors have le t in tho llum forgotten tbom, nnd woro too so to cotno back nnd make Inquiry. "In nil my experience I never know but two peoplo who had tho courage t corns biro mid toll tholr story. The first ono was nn old lady. Wo told her that we had a largo stock of tba articles she was in quest of on hand, nnd I gnvo her this bos, nud told hor to take her choice. Sha sat down nn I sat ntter cot and tlnrOly broke out In n cry of dollght, 'Oh I beio thny arc.' When I turned nrounl, suro enough she was stuil-luut mo thriugu n row of shining teotb that looked ns thoujh they b)kngod to her If thoy didn't. "TLo otbor cn-Ireferrod to wns thafcof a gentleman who wont in at Llllngor-Ann I lost his set In tho water. It wns Jut nn hour and n half afterward when ho walked up to this ofll nud bogau tolling me nbout While wo wero talking one his hard luck. ot tho bathing masters handed me a set that had just washed asllore. Tho gentleman 1 them and sulsl they weiv '! e iv, too, lor they fitted his guess lusty mouth cx iet Iv," bath-lioiiseg o AND BY SPECIAL AGREEMENT WITH THE COMBINED Interior Journal at $3.50 Per Year, T1IK0UGII TRUNK LINE T0T!!i MONEY HABEi ?. SOUTH & WEST WITH Pullman Palace Sleepers, 1SWV $W n. I?, toXuMiiiHlt, MeinpuiH Atlanta, Montgomery. Mobile ami Xciv Orleaum. ' LititiiHYUIe Little Rock, Avory iV Sons. Louisville. O Only oae change to points In Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking bonus oa the line of this road will receive the lead U that cljll el thc4ls-, anil has seme iwi;iea a ii. t utmvrMl sansfsc-tiKii- . titutMi .( Vfi - C tV i.Ufc QjE-isjCu-;ti- .l.R?IIV BRH fuis.Tsa ol Chsswn the th mt4n. ani now isokl pedal rates. ATMOIIK, ad m C.c ...,all.i25iS cu.'(ll A. B"See Aicnts of C. th'sCouirsay ,'or rates, roulei IMllll. ktlKXt, SuMhy llMiritu. lnsrs)l UU. 1 o IJ'in. I. n, P..IT, A., S Louisville, Kj- - OTie blue, blua sky abovo, Supposing it might be interesting to Tho blue, bluo water unJor, some of your numerous readers to hear Caw oyoj more blue, and a uwirt that's true, boar mo from this section, I drop you a few liner. And a boat tolight And with my lore To lands of vrondor. There has been but little sickness in our Tho sunny flekls around, county for some time and therefore it has The river rippling by ui, been bad on the doctor) causing them A smile mora bright thnu noon Jay light, Our brow with meadow garlands crownod, every now and then to remark that It is Ills creatures for a single day And novor a car to try u. Ho norer did forget; distressingly healthy this fall, Y THE tide, Ah, who might erer hops to pay horse management. Karey hsa never vis There have been some 50 or moro apple Adrift with tbewhispers A wind that greeting, Tbe overwhelming dabt? "Praise tha Lord. God Is Loveand Noth-- ' ited these parts, and If he did would make brandy distilleries in operation for tevtrtl An Islo of rot In tho fndod west, Ills mercy doth all thought exceed; lug Else." few converts. Their children will not inmonths, which will turn out 500 or 600 bu- With only the waves on tha shore botlde How readily cur every need And two liofirts fondly boatlug. rets of brandy, and it Is hoped will be sult their memoriea by pretending to imMath that rich mercy itru 1 PRINCE BISMARCK'S IRON RINCL 12, '85 OTANlrOMD. KY. SAHABANrOK, Oil. prove upon the wisdom of "the ancients." worth at least (10 cents per gallon above Yet It Is good to sst apart American Missiox Premises One day of all the rest, The world over this sort of thing is going tbo tax. The moonshlning business has Tho Iteusoii of lll Wearing So Singular On which, with universal heart, continued from last issue. about played out, which is no doubt at on in one shape and another, though meu W. on Urnamont "NIUcliowo." WALTON, Our thanks may be confessed; the last moment George's courase suspect it not. "Thou art the man" thou At tributable, to a great extent, to the vigi Chicago Tribunal To turn aside from dally care, failed her and instead of giving her jiup the woman, perhaps, dear reader. Ever in Princo Bismarck wears upon one) of hU lance and efficiency of the Revenue officers To throng each holy place of prayer Is published every Tueay and Krlday at the oway ehe hoisted it into her "dandy" and Jesus, Geo. O. Bajinm. While there God's name Is blessed. of our district, among whom may be men- fingers an iron ring, on which Is Inscribed low price of tbe Russian word "Nltechowo" (It all brought him off in triumph. We leave tioned our much esteemed friend, Hon. A right). To n corrosondont of a Hussion TWO Yea, let the Nation bjnJ the knee, GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. DOI,r,AICS PER YEAH. him with Bro. Effing, here, "to be called Let all tho pwple praise; P. Simpson, of Jameston, who has been paper, who Inquire 1 of him tho reason of it. What his wearing so singular on ornnment. In re. foi" as the fic'.ion aforesaid hath High let ills name exalted b, Lancaster. nerving under special appointment in the ply ho related the folUwhijr Make this the day of days; creatures we are, to be sure! Oar econd Three hundred Dwt. 18 K. plain Rings Revenue Service of this district, but is eplsodo: In 1W3, whoa 1 was laughable tho 1'rus-lioFor at this sesson of the year r iLLCLiUKI parrot "suicided" as the first, a week or and 12 new paterns in Diamond Rings, embassador to tho Ruislau court, Which ho hath crowned, with all good cheer now promoted in service by regular ap two ago. The silly creatuie gnawed her suitable for engagements, wedding and I rvcetrexl on lnrltation to Join tho imperial Noatly and Ohoaply Exooutod. pointment. 'Til meet our songs to raise. party In a bunt which r, little twine atring that guarded her life, birthday presents. J. C. Thompson, Our County- - Judge, Hon. Jacob A. Wil- a few days about 100 was to take place in And It Is meet arouni the board rorsU from St. Toter. while curtailing her liberty, flew of! and Ky. dr. vr, u. pswnv, That we should rcerrr make; liams, has rendered himself moro popular burg. Hol-- i nnorJont eportsman In tlioso was, doubtless, devoured by those buccan-ierof Diamond's Ills are tho gifts by which 'lis store Grand opening Dec. 7th than ever by the prompt, impartial hnd days, I left uorly In order tooiijoy my&ol( n fflfflfflfc HTArsTOltU, KLNTUCUV. littlo boforo Ills bounty wo partake;? ol plain and mountain, the omniver Watches, Jewelry, French Marble nnd' faithful discharge of his official dull.s, and mtului my tho nrrlvnt 1 of tho cmioror, but These fruits that Industry doth bjar road foun mymlf at tlu tlmo Weill "liberty or death" Gold Clocks, Dresden China eroi u crows. his constant retention to tho business mitt sat for tha rendezvous In n littlo Are proofs ot His unceasing care, sotiads grandiloquent and poor "Polly" Biek Figures. Oil Paintinz and a full ' EM""cdmlnlaW,rM whw Bestowed for Ills Mine's sake. tens coming under his jurisdiction At way vlllogo, shaking Just enough Russian nicsMrT. MSMyr. printo Inquire of apoasant how far it was to tho diel for the assertion of that glorious goods. Positively the stock of Holldty last County Court, a very remarkable case Nor should the debt of thanks we ow e meeting-- place ot tho hunters: staying with kind, indul- largest stock in Central Ky. I want to see ciple. Whether was presented to his honor, which was die Our tongue alone express, "About twenty rorsU," was tbo answer. gent owner, enduring the "ills she knew," all my friends on Dec. 7, 8 and 9 J. C. Our d dj as well as words should show "Will you tak mo thorel' poied of In nu unprecedented manner, was bitter or worse than "fifing to others Thompion, Lancaster, Ky. How trul- - we profess. "Certainly, my lorJ," tio roplljj. though much to the satisfaction of all good leave to Hamlet Letrxercy In our hearts hare sway, A few minutos lator, and I was sitting In that she knew not of," I citizens. The case was about this: Some miserable sleigh, drawn by two littlo Rus-a HALLS CAP, LINCOLN COUNTY. An J on this glad Thanksgiving Day and the rest to deoiJe. I only know that Bcek other hearts to bleu. months ago a very old citizen by the name sian horos lusignlllcaut littlo things. George, whose inmost soul is harrowed by The meeting at Walnut Flat closed "Con you lanl mo thoro hi time. I am In B. M. Oflbrd in N. Y. Obssrver. of Stephen Wooldridge deeded his homo-etciNuml III bsylo the the loss of her dumb favorites, was in a Thursday night. a great hurry," I said. tbvenlr. sound volume of lliirxa'j Mr. Davis, and to hit A Good Word For Brother Barnes. "NlUchowo,"' was hit reply. Woolaon's novel, "fsst Anrelt kaoiiii, pitiable frame of mind for a while after Mr. J. 0. Hill haa sold 30 acres of nL "and MrfcrSort wife, who in consideration therefor was to "These aro a couple of rats you hare tlod fir. "Indian To the Editor of the Interior Journal. Polly took "French leave." Parrots, like land to R. F. Campbell at $30 pr acre. to your slolgb," 1 rjmarkoJ, whon things rlr In currrut w.ri.1 n.n. " LI.,1!"' "rough A) it is the fashion, especially of late, care for and support him, and to far as had Kvrral numl-- r. .W.tn, "" 77."' r". "Rjpablics, are ungrateful " A nice candy party at Mr. J. G. Mar'""osre.1 by serh il toil, fr.7,7. ii i. ...: 't' well eatifird were gottlng n littlo slow. U- a day soouer than we at tin's Monday night was largely attended to "tag" at Geo. O. Barnes, I hope the In been known the old man was "Nitacbowo," replied tha poajant, giving Calk a.- - 'Z,u'"V:iw?. n' ai. Wecatne down will indulge me with with tho airangement and all was going tho reins to bis littlo horses. Away thoy intended in order to reach Lucknow and very much enjoyed by the youn, folks. terior Journal first space sufficient for a little cay upon the well until last Monday, when n move was dartoJ forward, as If shot out of o gun. Tho and the Dwsarah meeting in time to have Mr. J. O'.tenheimer. of Crab Orchard, made by cne Mr. Hudson to have the old slslgh Hew ovor the suow at such arato that publication same subject. 1 was near losing my create a clear day of rest before they begin. was here yesterday. Mrs. Jamee Beddow or;. sVrl of of a story, There is much more good in the world in man declared an imbecile and have a com .. l??. '??? "Hold onP I cried; are you getting crazy I Our heavy biggage we store here, sub- has malarial fever. Boono Martin, of An "Nltscbowo," was tho only w.ponso I rea general way than most people think, but mittee appointed for him, and in support of ject to order when we know where our derson county, is here this week. Miss this motion Mr. Hudson had the court to ceived. next halt will be. The dear LORD has Ella Collier, of Hsxsl Patch, is the guest there is one vice that is a glaring in men "But you will upvit mep aa it is in dogs and turkeys. It is to ad- take his sworn statement to the efhet that "NlUchowo" nothing moro, until upon a by Iradlec his programme, but hasn't told it to ui yet. of Mss Lillie Martin. American artlils. hi, aim illustrated minister the proverbial kick or bite or the old man, a portion of the time, had to sudden I found mysslf rolled out Into tbo We only know Him, and are only too glad Emma Bastin, daughter of Alex. Bts-tin- , bread and walnuts. Not tntis- - snow. per live on peck atone of to let him do the planning, without the Eq , and a fellow by the name of Dr- - chance happen their fellows who may what tied the coin took further evidence and Tho lacoulo "NlUchowo" ought to have HARPER'S PERIODICALS, court to get below par or least wish to pry or know his mind, till the laney, from Otter county, Nebraska, eloped calmed ma. but tbo delay which tbo acciamounts to the same thing, seems to them then went in person to see the old man, dent would cause us provokod mo so tha. 1 time comes. to Jellico, Tenn.. last week and wire marraa ycas. to have struck a streak of hard luck. The whom be found well satltBed with his was about to chastise the poasaut In tha A plunge from the cool hill top to the ried Thoy returned a few days ago and Harr. Weekly ...II 00 faith Gori;e Birbes' friends have in him trade and treatment. Of course the allow, true Rusilan fashion, with n small Iron rol Hsrir'sitirUe,M..,still scorching plin, was yesterday's jour-ne- t. have since gone to Nebraska. which had boon broken from ths s!l'h. but I 00 will only allow of the latter supposition, ance was not made. It is reported by upon mcoii 1 thoujht 1 returnoi ti my soat, Harm's Iliur feet tmke a tremendous diiler-e- n 8,000 I 00 A sutecription has recently brcn mired Harper's Vesie iVoplr: . -- .... 2 00 sb. This morning I was delighted to for the purpose of building a turnpike by but evidently most people think tbe former some that Mr. Hudson, who is n distant MCroting ths rod bonoath my c.)it as o reHarper's Krankllni ,tme minder i.f Russian "jer, Ubrrr take off thick underwear and don the thin here, beginning near Mr. J. E. Lynn's catches him in hard earnest. I am happy relative, had his eye on the old nmn'i leu I, that rod tins iron Imperturbability. Prom , w ring was manufacture 1. utniiniwr) in numbering myself with hii friends ard but le may have honestly been misled. My Roo.1 Usrmnus ofUu critMss mi t r tho nH things I could muster in my wardrobe, on the nails Gap pike, running in a southlvsias Iim u all MsbswIUer la IL I ailed manner In which I treat tlMur Cacada. Put down Russell county 200 inj irily previously pouring indefinite gurrahs of east direction and terminating at Cox'a to u, while the situation looks a little eeri-eu- s tho Russlani, but it must ho remembered just now, we feel that we can still afford for the democracy. Traveler water over my thirsty cuticle and feeling a Gap, some two or three miles south-wes- t that I am tbo only man in Germany who in Iboveluiufsofthe Magulne bln with lh. certain duck like longing to '"piddle" ad of Crab Orchard. Such a road has long to read with patieut indifference all these critical moments has tho habit of saying i,..tUUr.lor Jun. and , Lan-dohard things which are b;ing Mid about him At "Jfitschowvi," whllo in Russia at sueh times INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS. Ullkim in the cooling element. since been needed here and if built it will n hundred million havo tha miim svord on and even be amused, though the pleasure one has mild hydrophobia all the be an honor to thi ecction of the county. A Michigan farmer has conquered I'm- - their tongues en'l llouDd VuUaie, of Haunt's with which some bear of his rebuff by the fur time. However, ve all bask in this enerDr. J. L. Brown, the young pkyeician pasture by putting thlje years lack. In prat Mh blttda. w, u. Tho Wazorst Minstrel Won. Episcopal powers of India seems to ap- ada thistles in his sheep vating climate, with its intense oriental mentioned in our last report, came over vol- -- ."'rKTs.V.r r"l?.?,P.,w U Per by small handful of alt at the root of each (Auburn Dtapatch. esch-Palm tree", planted by my from Mt. Sterling Monday and proceeded proach a wanton, malicious glee that a a mrreundings. Arthur Moruland told mo o story about uull, otr.J. thUtle. The sheep do the rest of the work ,. .. tr dear old Bro. Campbell who made this at once to.Iook over the country and get zea'ous christian mun has teemed to fail in Charley Ilackus which I think lias norer Uv AA:!7.,.i:.rr7-TA:..?.ii"i.Ai.b.uiieaIn 1SC0, only 5,23 3 newspapers were fore Saharanpur Station the little paradise it is acqaainted with th people. Hs seemed his work. appear! In typo. It was whon CHJ1I United States, or ons for Gllsey was nlivo. Ilackus and GiUoy Peter Jvo, D.i we not remember when be left the published in the sat in wave in front of our windows, and the well pleased with the situation and went Now 13,49 1 news tho Ullsey Iioumj cafo. It was bitter cold llrmlllanrrn should Ixiux.l. i. i.....i. .. . 7 liltlj seedlings of various kinds his loving back to make arrangements for removing to Mountains cf Kentucky, how these eame every G.000 inhabitant. ooteldo, tho mercury Just tottering tho ey Order or Uralt, to avoid rlianrs. of lo papers are published, or one for every not ! ,hl hand placed in the kindly soil, have de- tins place, where ne intends to open an croakers predicted that in the towns of tie xoro mark. Tho conversation turnod upon I'Mllfirent uZZFJl.." ' oi Marin r A Hrotliri I inhabitants; certainly a remarkable ths atom dictates of fashion in regard to velops into the stately foresU growths of office and solicit practice and make his fu- Bluegrass region he would fiid that only AdJrt. JUlimt A JlllOTIIKiU. W, kork. five years. mala attirv. the ignorance of mountain people would growth In twenty fifty years since he put them in to 1885 ture home. "I don't care what I wear as long as I'm Of thirteen lynchlngs conducted by one ever sustain such a born and bred grow, hiving passed over their healthful comfortable," remarked tho comedian. 1S8G. Prohibition Meeting. band of vigilantes in Montana during the in his vagaries? Is it necessary "Ob, yes you do." patronizingly insisted heads. At a meeting of the advocates of Prohi- to remind us that when his mesjage had last three months, St Is claimed that the tho venerable Petor. "You woulJn't daro We came down Landour bill as we went up in "dandies," and borne on the backs bition the following resolutions were adopt found a hearty acceptance in Danville, Lex- right man was hinged in twelve instances go out in tlto street iu this kinl of woatber u ed: Ir If little Billy Mahone will stick his fin- with summer suit oil." do tor a bottle of men. This "canoe" of the mountains is "Tbot'a Ju.t what I'll Resolved. That we meet again the first ington, Mt. Sterling, Louisville and others of indispensible adjunct of the household. Monday in December, (County Court day) of the principal towns and cities of the ger in the sea he will have an illustration wine," an "Mako it a cao." SO uinr of how much room he took up in American At Kypore at the foot of the hill we at the Court-housin Stanford, at one State, these same happy people were deI'"1 Pmoa Amsrics. 'hn a th.l.Ilnlllui. "Call it a if yoj waut," rejalned ln affairs. If he will pull his finger out he Wllh n.i..7klTn"W"r took "dak garies," which, bjing interpreIiatiius. o'clock F. M., and that each one present lighted that now he preferred to accept an ted, mean traveling carriages. Two suf- constitute a committee to work up as full a invitation to Tbo Aogor was made, and Uackus illmp- - It Is able to pflrr for the rnsu d yrr attractions York City it was not a will see how much of a hole he will leave ficed our party, though they ere generally iwaivu. jn nour iawr no wamud Into tlao bit of trouble to "call the turn" on him. when he drops out of American afUirs. meeting as possible. cafo ottlrol iu n white llaunol shirt, straw Tlios. llsrdy. sraopc lbefurnno.1 living i,tu.r, nlloWed to only two passengers each. I Inevitable starvation stared him in the Chicago News. ol fiction, and the other by Mr jimd" hat with bluo band, 2id. That M. G. Nevius, Joieph Ballou, 1 kids, d A Chinese banker, Han Q'in, of Can'un, hive not before described them, I believe. D. Root, J. 8. Murphy, J. D. Bvrtin, H. face. But when New York testified her Hsu, carrying a bamboo walking stick, one olthe most rapidly rlsfn of riwl-Ist- s graphic Illustrations of unusual Interest to is said to be the wealthiest man in the and wearing a rose in bit buttonhole, Tho waders in all sections of Thep are peculiar to India, and the eame Young, lbs rounlryj entVrtalo-In- g Doc. Helm, Joshua appreciation by not only receiving him T.J. Foster, abort storlrs. mostly Illustrated, world, ne pays taxes upon an estate of terms of tho ssogor required that ho should we rods "up the country" in, in the year Myers, in t t srrltrrs J. B. Green, J. W. Wcalherford, kindly but sent him on his way to England $450,000,000, and is estimated to be worth walk down Broadway to tito wart's store and tleaon .and Important pipers by 1,1,1, .u,bor. thech'eftoplciof ibe day. '55. Ojly then, each carriage was drawn John K. Spratt, return. Ho carried it out to tho latur J as. Hutchinson, Dr. these deeply interested folks didn't loo $1,400,000,000. by 0 coolies instead of as yesterday two urely uiuuttring down tho street, swinging their interest, but their dire predictions Doores, L. M. Lasley, John Anderson, J. his cane, ond appearing as comfortable as nal. entire, r frr fm... l.i..p.... .. , ."' '": steeds, of diminutive size M. fiery, sailed with him acrca the Atlantic and r, We have always and still advocate the though ho was on tho shady tide Martin, Jab. Dudderar, Sr., rtouu .ui! of tbe strut SI!." .''!;: '".: 9 .?.' wy.mtm w but coioepal tempers. slv itrrkija John O.Neal, Lewis Gooch, Tilford promptly followed him to India, when new superiority of primary elections over oth- on a July day. Of course ho was tho cyno By inserting a middle cushion, spanning Alexander, J. T. Hackloy, Dr. W. W.Oa. made British friends bado him God speed er method of choosing candidates for a sure ot an eyes, but ho was accustomed to that, and nppearod the qiare well, occupied by the feet when ley, G. P. Bright and Joseph Mount be re- from their chores. Are we to gtve him party. The will of a nnjority can never Tho wlno wins won, not tbo least porturtod. HARPER'? PERIODICALS, and Uilsoy dotorrolned in a Mtting posture, the machine becomes a a while ago be defeated in a viva voce primary election. to have revongo in paying quested to meet with us at tha next meet- over to the bad, then? I it That evening, fairly comfortable bed Indeed they are we had faith in him which was really to Of course it no more insures purity in a when Backus Ind reiponlcd to tho fourth I'll man. ing ae above stated, to confer together as to for night journejc, most frequently ue aay we have faith in Gaorie Barnes' God, canvass than any other method, but there encore en one of bis topical songs, he svas Ilarprr's Weekly. f CO our future operations. surpri-oto Ilarr's Magazine and one sleeps a well or better in them . ( 00 which don't let us feel afraid for his future. is no howling mob and no tampering with shoved over soo a box of Mumm'i extra Ilat- 31. That we invite all good citizens in tho footlights. Tho nudlonco I'aiaar 1 00 We than in "sleeping cars" on a railroad. the county, who aro favorable towards the Neither will we be surprised rhen his min- the delegate', no corrupt combinations, as bowled nnd ilomandol a ilfdi ver.a It was l'arrr' Young I', ep'e ... ! CO came 50 miles from Rijpore in SJ hcurs. istry in India grows to the proportions of a is generally the caie in mass cr delfgtteJ followed by unotber ca, and so Itcontlnuod llarr' Tra-i- In )uir. Library, suppression of the liquor traffic, to meet until twenty boxos of wino had been plied Going, we made it in 7. Tne horses are One year (15 Numlxrr).. grand success and the Church of England conventions. We are In favor of primar -- ..10 to with us on the aforenamed occasion. upon tho boforo blin, entirely con"sui generis." Underairjd, untamed, "un" I'oilaife Free In all In the United the Interior Journal be re has learned that no is a good man and is elections for all State, distriot and county cealing bis rotuu 1 form. 4th. That ataleaand Carada everything elce that is desirable, except Breckenridge News. quested to publish these proceedings and proud of him nnd glad to claim him as one offices. o 111 alio IjIiiio Novel. VoliijKsi'ir thoWKlkir Wgln wllh lh when the chronic content with the ppeed; of his own. Then after all, when these Danville Advocate to copy. rtr.lMi,l,rf..rJ.m,ry f, ct, Chicago Newa "IUnibler." A certalu Methodist preacher of this patient native groom is ended, ml they no tlmi la iiirrilloued. it win u un.iir.tonl When get to heaven, they I was In a nown.storo tbo other day when P. L Sim won, Chm. that ,.. w, r ,"'"""1" make up their stubborn minds to go. They Dr. M L. Bourne, Secy. ii roimuriie will be surprised (but we woct) that this county tells upon himself that while on hi a gentleman entered whom I kirns- - to bo nn MinilxriiesJ aOer Hie ncslnl r.f ),,, . hh recently he stopped a while before inveterate reader of ovorythlng itooiL Ho Hound Noltj.ica ol llaiiika'.s w are off like a pair of rocktt. Wilfulness ki same men they tried to bedevil with their travels iliacl in The Georoia Girls. -- If it is really strictures here on earth, was far enough sundown at a hou?e to spend the night and was huntlug for a novel to entertain him- ilr oyraii'll, imita.ee nest iluinby Undine, wiil l, seems transformed into wiinngnew in a p.,1,1. or nn.) (rr .r self during tho oronlng Ho xprtiw (urnvi led ih freight dursenrw n.'l xrrej one trioe, and the lumbering vehicle behind, true that Grover Cleveland wants to mar above the spirit which actuates them to after en'ering the house the dog camo in, tho counter nnl looioj through paoi ovor T,'l"m ) 2W or !WJ vi.Iuii,,,. ?' Ir JV CIcth taoif r s.ieh voluim .ui Mh with passengers and indefinite luggage a ry he should come to Georgia and look pray the good Lird that they might meet approached him good naturedly, and then, novels of tho day, both Kugllsh and Amer-leaIn iii about him before making a selection elseWitbanghof JUgut bo ceasod to olflrarh.i tent bv in ,n. ih.si.wi i as if he had ascerteined who the visitor ' "trifls light as air." '" .":". """l" him there. J. C B. tttUs, and turning ItMiillt.iKsa.hoiiM iTwaile l.v was, immediately went out and got after read tho nnmby.pamb This is what happens at nearly every where. The Georgia girl is finely formed, Danville, Ky., Nov. 24, 1835. r Draft, I.. tonshelf boitt'Iectol half a ilozon dr (,. chance of I a tender-hearted and the chickens in the ysrd, Anderson (S dime novels. "Whon I got tired out by stage or "Chowkee" which is only five straight, true as steel, ,0 -- i.!"!'. "I"" "" ''nt r"7 "" read A hungry tramp at Petersburg, Va., U.) Journal. ilio;.....,ll.inlllAi.i'KA linos. joint- takes her beauty fresh from the hand of me irasuy society novels which are turnod miles on an average. The two, loose a hl'Ml A MIMirlhria,f w York. im- out by the English and American publish-ere,- " that kindly niture that surrounds her. picked up from the sidewalk what he ed, Riman-noaed- , It is given unto the insect to desert its bo said, "I wrelchea are led out by doubt- When she weds she honors prince, poten- magined to be a cove oyster. Aa he was chrysalis, and it is even allowed unto the dime novels and buy alnlot of revel tholr breezy frosh-natate or private citizen, and whom she will about to put it in his mouth, the supposed ful attendants, expecting a bite, kick or Way, there's more uotura atil more serpent to crawl out of his old skin and In ono of these than n wbolo Alexshe weds. We simply propose to put him c. o. began cursing so vigorously that the get into a new s other token of temper, at any time the one, but to the people of vlrtuo "tike a notion" to varr the exercises. In the way to work out his own solvation. frightened tramp threw it to the ground Kentucky it is forbidden that they should andrine library of tho other." "Triplets" In ltussla. devoted A preliminary struggle at thecirriage pole Honorf, power and titles will avail him and lied for dear life. It turned out that rend and cast oil the dry, scaly old constiisrnvrrlea. In. Tho Modlcal lleview in on olltorial on was all that is left of Billy Mahone. (.Lou- the brutes eeeming determined to face nothing, for the Georgia girl is not a Mugrvnnra. tutional cuticle that has become a burden. "triplets, " says that nlurol births Main baLriiVunr.r'1.'" ?i???."fflno, Tlila the carriage instead of having it in the wump, flirting with first one party and ville Times Osrensboro Inquirer. mort frequently In Russia, and that when nf lafbrSilUn ShusTr 2"I"VP. ? TPerc optHlU Rsv. W. W. Downes, of Boston, who they do occur in this country tbe fathers rear. la the war of contending human and then another. She follow her heart Col. Bob Ingersoll says that he has and mothers are generally found to bs of and equine wills, the animals occasionally and sttcketh closer than a brother. War haa recently figured to bis disadvantage in politics and that he believes the re- - Russian birth or doscont. I'ublUhera. Ko.36lllroadwav. N. V "u"a get within kicking or biting distance of can not shake her ofl, pestilence disturbs a noted divorce suit between two membeis quit MnnnAlVs.have Chicago Horald: Ue ambitious, but reand with a squeal of rage exe- her not, mUfortune but tightens her grip of his congregation, has been dismissed puoncan party nas gone out 01 power lor a each other Q.a'fonaaTnirty- member that man has uo wings. Hj is a and poverty she laughs at. The man who from his pastorate and his church locked long time. EiBnt ypnra cute a little private "mill" between themueror crawling the Patent OfTli-- ami . nice rMn... marries a typical Georgia girl and contin- against hirn Wm. B. Warner nnd J, Henry Work before it nulmal, nnd tho baby that walks more than. Ono Huntlrod Tliou- selves, preparatory to the graver struggle creeps grows up so aand.applicatii lor patents In lbs ues to be a man has a wife for all eternity. have been Indicted in New York for com tbatovonlf boandlng luck over comas his with the tyrant man. Consumption Cured, uniieu tsutei and rorelgnooantriea. a. woy It slip through and ono is charged 'Caveau. last, after a most spirited combat This is the situation. If Grover is looking An old physician, retired from practice, baring pllcity with Ferdinand Ward in his fraudAt agalust him In tho error column. :.??.r,n.to. Inventors tbrlr rlshta'Tn the for that kind of a girl let him come down had placed In his hanJs by an East India mission ulent practices. with "All hands," they are "hitched in." wmiea oiaiee, iJanada,. Kngland. France. Macon (Ga.) Tel ary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for 0,.her Clement Qransinger, an old resident nres. A naturalist, who has lust ratumad from of war." The and take his chances. pared at abort notice Then cjmea the real "tug on reasonable terms. the speedy and permanent cur of Consumption, of Cass county, ."iu.iii.viun aa 10 outaining patents cheer, Indiana, is dead. Just be Spain, nay that tho natives keop locusts iu innocent passenger finds egraph. astonished and full siren without charge. Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and cages for the sake of their "music." sent Recently a fire broke out near a large Lung Aflectlons, also a positive and radical cure fore his death be confessed that he had ,lni"ntionA Oo. suefree. Talents Bclintlflo Moon them, at the first plunge, looking in at the noticed la the According to The Modlcal World, ovory Ai?iMin 'f" .Tho.fMlvsntage of inch notice"! menagerie at Moscow. As it was impossi- for Nervous debility aaJ all Nervous Complaints, formerly had improper relatione with his carriage doors, the brutes evidently hoping farmer wear out, on tha average, two aftr having tested Us wonderful curative powers Aildreaa HUNN A CO. OfSco by this "11 ink movement" to snap the pole, ble to save all the lions and elephants, the In thousands of cases, has felt It his duty to make daughter, and six years ago had strangled wives and a half Iu his lifetime. tWraiCAK. 301 llroadvtay. Ntw yukrt",-"J'II"manager of the establishment was requested her to death to avoid exposure. to apprehend man's ingenuinot being able It known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by Engineer Melvillo wants $150,033 with to point out such of the treasures as could Irwin Grubh was taken from the jail which to pay bis way to tbo this motive anil a desire to relieve human sufferty in carriage construction, adapting the north pole. bo removed with safety. When he passed ing, I will send free of charge, to all who desire at Pinevllle, McDonald county, Mo , by a vehicles to the known eccentricities of the King Alfon'o, of Spain, U said to have In German, French or English, mob and hanged to a tree. Qrubb murder It, this recipe, by the monkey cage a big orang-outanHTANFOIID. KY animals attached to them. consumption in one lung. with full directions for preparing and using. Sent W. P. WALTON, . . Propriotor stand on their hind feet rcreamed out: "For God'd sake let me by mall by addressing with sump, naming this ed Dorson B. Anderson, on the night of the The fiery pair 20th of last June, for his money, Hnd ed pawiug the Ir They then kick in con- out. I never was a monkey until I came paper, W. A. Novks, 119 Towors Block, Bocbp ') '' vinsvllle, Florida, S'.0f Ssif..'"20x50 ,EI1" ""Hie mii of Been. here. 1 am an honest mm; eavo ins." 'he crim ter, N. Y. Aj;aln nuu'd wit cert and beiruic. i vi .u.il). to koo.1 auiisiiom. addrrai bilks them, the carriage being impregnable to such attack. The groom twists eais, right and left un- THANKSGIVING, I Every day will r blew Thce.-Ps- aloi flues dally the great God above Doth make llli mercy known. And all the Messing! of Ills lore Are on our pathway strewn. Let thanks to Ulni each day bo paid And mention of Ills mercy wade, While songs attend Ills throne. i5.-i- JAMESTOWN, RUSSELL COUNTY. . A RIVER DREAM. To the Editor of the Interior Journal. November 20, 1885 til you would think they would bo lorn Stoaforil, Ky., out by the root. Then they beat & while - BuslnosB Mnnngor. with sticks and whips. Then pausing to E. O. WALTON, invent soma fresh torture, the horses, without a moment's warning, dish off at a mad gallop, the coachman shouts triumphantly and "the red field i woe." Such is Indian GEO. 0. BARNES. SEMI-WEEKL- Interior Journal P. Pro'r. vJ n Lin-ciKte- a 1 Bric-n-bra- o r 1886 HARPER'S MAGAZINE. ::i. sra d son-in-la- ,' denlelln-.h.r.,i..i- : 7 p Iratr Maii, . fi. m- bash-whack- er HARPER'S WEEKLY. " L,UYlt ATE !. e car-loa- d N-s- eorn-cobr- o Ox-for- li.. half-broke- Bud-dera- ""' r'-- . k (Jld-Tlm- 'r '' ..,:.' oli-tlm- o evil-eye- balr-ralsln- g ewe-ne;k- ant-nal- HQMiMlH ATtMTP ni ts e Trade-Marli- bow-loggo- d Uopr-rlaht- 'J'n g OPERA KOUSSS con-fes-