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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885121801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. weeklo VOL. XIV. ... Stmt-3fitcMnnitnorou- titefiaf unfa '753) pro-coi- llMb NO. 83. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1885. d'h 1 humanity -- ever sinning and over Buffering Thev are, however, , degraded, made in th knows no alleviation. This oternal "imagoof God," and that is sotnetl-iniu agalrmt God has no interval of on which tho "21 hath no roer." PHbllvhuil Tucmlaua ami Frttlttv Thia punishment ia vindictive and Had the "drom" that obscured ine "Iih.i not Intended lo reform. That reformatory gold," been burnt away by the genlln HU.OO XI31l A.TXTXXJIH period ended with earthly exigence. Cod of yonder noild, where God asked th W unpaid strictly in advance, wo havs to shuts the door and refuses egrcsd to the sinner's own If consent, eo tenderly, the wall any time. Ha.BO will be charged, eternal ages, with a judicial leverity that "21 death" had not been needed, in a later ARE NEAR. knows no "shadow of turning." "Who dispensation of judgment. W. P. WALTON. Rjt falling enters there leaves hops behind." The that, the awful crucible fires of prdii ion blood curdles with tho horror of. the rub. do rter work. Yet, he they "seven iim. J ject, as tho pen rices evin the o iinptrfect heated," when they burn the encrusting ly descriptive lines. cjvcnngoi lust or covelousners or prUn )i a 2. The slnniAian'ontaf thinks to rob the "I Bolioved: Theroforo Havo I Spown or what lo the "imago of God" Wo want everybody who inteuds purchasing i . retribution of tho future of some of its horken they stop, and refuse to kindle upr n that. rors, by denving perpetual torment, and as The termite consume tho detd bsrk. The VtSWeZ&M 'Pralso tho Lord. Qod Is Lovoand Noth- serting from rcriptnre tl e total destruction living tissue. b.fll s them. A ipyt'eiioua ing Else." of sinful men and deviln, in such a renee tomtthing HAUtTHORNl HILL hilts them. It is the "Law of that they will cease lo be. Goil will, with the Spirit of Tueniy HiiAiunuANrour, India, Nov. 3 J, '85 yers tun at Mirion, in the To comprehend tbe fact that wo are now all ready Lim." S.lll "I'rai-- e the aonihilatlve stroke, remand them to to ebow you tho fioeat ob- CONTINUED t'HOU LAST ISSUE. LOUD" The released soul pluiius its county of Crittenden, ibis S ate, II iwifaome sortment ever exhibited, for our new stock of TIiIh theory leaves the Empire of imprisoned I have lalrlr noticed in my mornliiR HOLIDAY GOODS is wings, for no sr it cn fir, and Hill, the subject of thn sketch, wjh born of now complete aud comprises an elegant line well to do parents, whose ancestors were walks that the while anla attack ttie dead God freed from sin and sinners, by blotting all thingn thnt fly go up to God. of outer bark of certain tree, dieplaTinj; a them from existence. It sllows noreforraa Here ia "Ilwiltution" acording to Scrip- among tho firt to plsnt civiKzition in tbe Hooks, Writing Desks, JJrusb and Comb Sets in notablu partitlilw lo tho "Sheeidium," art! lion after earth, but judgment n unsparing ture, if I read aright. Western part of Kentucky, before the behandsome plush, Fanci m in theO.thodox scheme. Oaly God acts Goods and Novelties. A largo now stock ginning of the present centurr eomctimee, nut content with foiaitlncon tho How long takes it to burn off tho dreadHe en of joyed what advantages were afforded by main trunk, spread out upon the larger in a different method of jwlgmtnt , and detroyt ful investiture, do you ask? branches for 20 or ;i0 feet from the ground. uhat hit grace hat faued to tare. Scripture answers not In days or houw, the local academy nnd at an early ace be- 3. Tho Kcttitutionitt will have all iiiffering I think the "Sbeeahum" (I may remark in but we may bs Hure there Is ail the diflsr camo interested in wha'ever pertained to paaalnjt) la the fauioua "Shittim' wood of reformatory, sooner or later. Varying shades ence between the "few" and "many stripes." newspapers lie was a frequent contribu Our Jewelry stock is both Elegant and Bsautiful-t- he latest stvleu nnd h. Scripture, of which tho "Ark of the Cov- of retribution they hold, but whether tho - , inoiattniess "Children of tho Father," tor to the Marion Reporter and Princeton signs. Watches, Lace Pins and Ear Dron. Huff .r, apportionments of judgment fall in "this passing tm. enant" waj constructed. It U ver folic), the scorching fires of the "Great Banner, but his first regular work was on Rings, Pins etc Wo invite you to call and seo us. Wo havo bought of hamUome grain and one of the uirwit agb" or 'that to come," lie issue is alike Tribulation" (Ujv. 7) get through first. the Mayavilio Republican Intending to these goods to sell and have marked them down to a complete "Restitution" of all things and make journalism his profeadoa, he valuable of India hard-woo- d Then "Eich in his own order," for the rest. suit the times. tree. to learn every department of the Well, tbe omnivrroua termites planter the all persona, Eren the devil and his angels, The law is inexorable and works swiftly trunk and limba of lloir favorite trie, inteternlty, turn good and are smd tak- or biowly, as we deserve. For then the business and succeeded as far us possible and one would think, to look at them, that ing their places as loving end obedient sub- rule is, strictly, "according to the deeds in a place of that sire. After a chsnge of ownership of that paper, he assisted the a human hand had UiJ the thin mud coat- - jects under the new regime done in the body." Oh n contrast to Druggists, Opera Block, Stanford, Ky. ' inu on, with a trowel. Hut under thin coy Hisides tliMti three principal schemes the sweet "law of grace,"what epeak again in founder to establish the Maysville Enter (to journal. It er, the innumerable horde of ravenous in. there aro diversities of minor theories in paradox) which now nays, "According to prise, a vigorous, hut was while engaged on that paper that his eecla do their work n thoroughly, that if modification of all, thtt time would fail me thy Jhith be it dons unto thee." Dear work attracted attention Hnd he readily you lrub away the envelope, you will find in noticing. I have reid Ihe book's;' that reader, choose the "better porlloti." a position on the Courier Journal every plrticle of dead b.rk conaumed, and advcato ihe three main (3o:trinee, and 5. Hje what of the arch Gend, from tho clean, living tissue quite unharmed. rendered deeplv the ubjct with the light whom, as a baleful 'first cause," in his aw-f- aucceeding Mr. Eaimelt G. Logan in 1879, , nr.d perh.-ip- t tho better for having iti over-t- t God has civen me, and I would, no.-- with department, we trace the "origin of as Kentscktf and Southern news editor, and' all due humility, yet with the confidence evil? ' I see jeoiiveil, in thl rmt climate, where him vanishing from sight, for- notwithstanding the high reputation made luch protection from cold ia not needed. that the diacovcrr of TKLTH .dwaya ever, by the operation of tbe aame annihil- for those departments br his predecessor, Ai I curiously examined the work of the bring with it, say, what I have to siy; if, ating law, of which scripture is eo full. He he maintained it most creditably to him-sel- f and to the psper. At the beginning of busy color.ii on thU decaying matter, I peradrcnture, it may help utrngjing souls, is "a sinner from the beginning," God 1SS1, he engaged with the Louisville Com raw that it wad a alriking illustration of a that are not ssthfi! with either of the says. I am afraid to say he was "good in attaint law, alnut which I havo pondered theories abovo described, to n be'tter, hap- the beginning." I dare not "make God a mcrcial, first iu the local department, and pier and, in my judgment, wore rcriptural M3M, of hie, than anything cle, in gath-ert- cg liar," by setting up a theory against His eince has filled nearly every position 6n the Into a focue, what the dear LOUD eschatology than all or any of them. unmistakable words. "A sinner" "a liar" paper. After two rears he began the work And, first, let me franxly say, thatf I do ha apoken, once and again, about it in the a "murderer," "from tbe beginning!" of editorial writer and furnished at limes piKM of Revelation. It ia wouderfully not believe any one can read say, El ward These are three witnesses I may not contro the principal amount of that class of mat- Havo just received a largo lot of HOLIDAY GOODS White' book on lam'AiMwn, or Andrew vert Case, Work stated in Horn. v!iI:2-"- For the law of Ihe nor gainsay. "Altogether Evil" is the ter. His "Kentucky Topics" column In AlbUm, Pio.ure that paper is a decided feature. It ia alHplrlt of Lit r, in Christ Jeaua, hath mads Jukes, on Ilettitutiun without being forced verdict of Scripture as to tiaUo; and -- v ., .w, (.utou io ior cuuuren. ho Wn n TtTfiTa iv ways well written and devoted especially to me nice from the law of fin and death " to admit that they fairlv prove their points, must take the consequences. " ,ireSa.?Up' ply ot DRUGS AND MEDICINES and flw.iM" 1L Jesus' crods by Scripture; uvrcthcrtno vther fatally 'counThin I a marrelloua atatcraent. It reachra il set free the everlasting "law of sin arid the improvement of the indusirial and class retail Drug Store. A welcome to all. systems of Kentucky and ihe Come and eLm 0 thejoint realms of nature and grace alike. tervailing tejtt, that, like the "it (a written death" upon him. who un to that itm. before purchasing elsewhere. M. C. & D. N. Williams, art. coutn. Jie is one ol the incorporators of There la a law in a tree'i MFr, that aavea again," of our LORD to satan, completely "had the jwctr of death." Henceforth, nnd change the whole aspect of the subject. t from tbe ravage of white ant, aa y in due time, it had him under ita power; the Louisville Press Club, a social and proot can one study the Orthodox echeme, for he "dug a pit and fell aa tbe eame LAW, working in my into it himself." fessional organic ition, and has been its without fairly admitting that it too, is Ills "violent eoul, deliver it from the deadly aiwaiilta of dealings" towards tbe Son of secretary and a member of the executive baaed on plain Scripture. Only here, alio. uiy aplritual enemies. God, "come down upon his own pate." committee from the beginning. It may The (ermitrt are auiely, no rcpecler of I think Ihe theory breaka down before, "it Jesus came to save us and "destroy'' him not be out of place to state also that he terreatrlal thinge. They would eat a whole ia written again " My augcction ia br.ellj and all his works. Not xindictiveJy, but in is Treasurer of the Kentucky Press Aaseci-atioa fact whch shows very plainly how tree, a readily aa ita deid bark, if only it this: .1 ore right, when it ia seen: saving us, the "LAW of sin and death," let 1 That all ire hopelessly wrong, in loose on him, by an inexorable necessity. high be is held in the .estimation of his were DtAD too. Hit Lire stops Ibeiu, br a HAS MOVED HIS- aubtle law of their being. Decay it them, charging God with the punishment of wick- went on. It "spared not" God's Son once brethren of the quill and how much confi dence they repose in him, for no bond ia not theira by ed men or devils. Ooc seen that fin u irf set free to work on Him who of right indefectible. Life aa "made tbe aame reiatlee LAW the tin for ut " It will not apare the devil, who whatever ia required though he handles Their forcepa oim ntmisWnr -- its oren cfroter-a- nd dare not invade Hung tissue, though it be prospect begina to clear. 'God if LOVE" was a "sinner from tbe beginning." It was every cent of their countless thousands. and nothing cite, I insist, with all the covered with the darkneaa of their investa day of doom for himself the day he in- He is also a member of the Filson Club, which is devoted especially to his most To tho Yellow House, opposite Col. Welch's, and will keep all of deepest ing "earth worki," and no eye may see the conviction. He voked iU power on Him who m our kinds of Bread characteristic "hobby," the study of histo- Cakes and Pies on hand. attack. Lift it Us oicn protection -- aa death u LOVES; ie tries his beat to save; and fail-inrolontarily ascended the cross to Will keep Boarders and Lodgers. Meals at all weeps, as Jesns over Jerusalem say. take ain's consequences. 0 the depthsl the ry and development of the State. He ia hours for 23 cents. i't own d(ttrvetion,b the inilromentalitiea, Oysters served in any way at 25 cents per dozen. Ho an exceedingly close student of anything Ing, "Ihou hatt dutroyed thyself." The deitus! of the wisdom and knowledge in either cue, what they may. of also keeps the Compressed Yeast, the beat in use. Pish and Oysters and all I lore to think of this immutable and word are as full of everlaating principle, GodI How unsearchable are hit judgemdnU.'" that pertains to that class of knowledge and y knows more about his State perhaps, kinds of Fancy Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables. Call and eeo and you will eternal law, and iu certain and glorioua re aa of heavenly pity, nere, Orthodox, An- Here then 1 rest, indeed. Sin and itt pro Respectfully, nihilationiit and Kestitutioniat breakdown, ducing cause annihilated. Lost humanity and tnan any man In it, certainly if age be con- bo treated right. J. T. HARRIS. lulu for our race. I think I see, in it, the sidered. An ewy and ready writer, devot rtllsctiou of the "day etar" of hope, that alike, though the last two theories have for fallen angelhood in fullest restitution. ushers io, sooner or later, the dawn of an their amiable and avowed object the proNo running sore upon the heavenly ed to his profession aud a constant toiler, 1886. ne is last ciitrmng to tbe front rank of pits must be filled with reperenlative men mulgation of schemes that help to soften "body politic." eternal day. Deacon Board, Kentucky journalists and his friends pre-di- of Qod. the Orthodox horror -f- rom which both reLife la life, and remain! after death bu No "Botany Bay" ol irreclaimable conStanford Baptist Churcb. for him a career of usefulness and hondone ita own work of dettructlon on all coil. Yet both concede the prime horror, victsblaspheming tbe King's name, and Eadorsed by Rev. Geo. W. Boiling, PasXL rTJ -- sTIt . that can die After that death iteelf ahall that God is capable of doing work that no polluting His dominions with their pres- orable distinction. Ue has not found time one but the devil can perform. As one ence. Foei are turned to friends, and the yet to marry, but when he does, some girl tor. ao die, that there will be "no more death" Harper's Weekly has now, fur more than 24 A bill giving Mrs. Grant a pension of year, maintained ita pojltlon as the leading in QA' fair dominion, aa Scripture plain has said truthfully, but terribly: "None arch enemy of God and man gone, never to will get a true and loving husband. weekly newspaper Am.rlca. With a but an eternal devil could inflict eternal return 35,000 a jeir will be offered in Congress coniiant Increase ofilterarrinand ly declare. Warning lo the Colored Baptists of Kentucky. next week in accordance with the law pen- it Is able to offer for tbe aUraetlSns Hat will there be a iMace outtuk hi glori-o- lorments" I believe this with all my "All things are then of God" and with unequalled by any prerloua loluSe. embnclSg To tae Editor of the Interior Journal.) two capital lllustr ated aerial stories, one br Mr heart, only I go further and say, with the God. "0 glorious bout! O blest abode!" rei-- n? sioning tie widows of decearel I domain, where death atlll Thoa. Hardy. atnonB tbe There Is one Cirroll Baxter, cr as he This, with the trust fund of 250,-00- 0 ol action, and the other foremost olllvlng wrlteri lie must have all book of Job and 2 Cor. 12 in uiy hand-"N- one know cf none tueh Dear Readeil "Search the Scripture," by Mr. one ol the most rapidly rlsfn? of Walter n2"l-Istsigns his name C. II, Baxter, passing but a temporal Djvil can icllict and thou wilt find what I have, there. and the half million to be derived from pace, in the Iimitleaa empire of glory, or graphic llustrations of unusual ''interest to temporal torments. Whatever hii agency I shall pleaso no theorist. Onlv mav mv through the State, impesing himself upon the Grant memorial fund, will enable the readers in all sections of the He ia not God. a ing abort atories, mostly Illuitrated.'by entertainia "no more death" he Is the eaiue word be blest to tome burdened aoul. Ever the Baptist churches, claiming to be a good womau to support her bad boys. writers, and Important papera by high author!. If then, within, there tleaon the chief topics of the day. 2. I believe then that Sin ii itt men preacher in good standing set aside by the Times in Jeu, Geo. O Barnes. (Kev. xxl 1 ; and irifAouf none there shall Every one who desires a trustworthy political gu de. an entertaining and proper authority. But we hereby announce tint it U suicidal first and last, by famfly bo brought to paw that aaying "Jealh ie l. entirely free from objection,!? PAIhl LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. urcs In a law of its being, and when the "dispenra-tioto the Christian churches throughout the swallowed up in victory." of grace," with its reStockholders' Meeting. Eloped on Sunday night from Klrhs State that he has filled our pulpit eeveral Hut how cornea thia to pan? H the opof the spirit of life, that hearsals of tbe fact is pist, this vil.e Mr. NepCohb and Miss Hattie Fris times in Stanford, but since, there has been eration of the law A uieotlng of tbe stockholders of the National alleged against him charges of the gravest Rank of UuiloiiTllle will bo held at their hanking HAKPER'S PERIODICALS, process bjglns in real tnrneit. We bee 'makes free from the LAW of bin and house In HmtonTllleon the 2d Tuesday In Janucall it the "day of judgment" by way of ary. 1S36. lor the Durnosa of electing ninn Dlr. rt. T. J. Robinson, of Cvnthiana, brother character. DEATH." P18 YEAR nerye mo eniuioe year. Yeel it it a "day" or era of of Mrs. L. 0. Rice, will take charge of her narper's Among many are: He has been charged ora io I consumed by a law iertain-in- g emphasis. The dro d ....Jt 00 J. W. HOCKEIt, Caihter. Harper's Weekly Msgadce '2' 4 00 with haying one lawful wife and at the to droa i. e. It can be contumed. The judgment on all sin and sinners the dear business and run the store for her. Harper's Btraar , qq God and all Hit standing by not admiring A certain young man says the next same time carrying about with him anothgold aSlnes, becauao the droaa that obscured Harper'a Youug Tcoplo .'...1... 2 CO ly nor cxaltlngly, bat pltyinjly, so long as time he falls in that hole in the ground Stockholder Meeting. Uarcr' Fraakllo fcuaro Library, . is gone, and thus being "freed from the he er woman who he also claims to be his One year (52 Numbers) wife, and without being able to produce di io (o law" of dross, can not but shine, for it ia one sufferer expiates his crime over the will sue our town for heavy damages. A luootlneof the tockholdrra of the Flrit K. eelf-w- ill rostageFreetoall subscribers In tho United and obstinacy led vorcement papers from one wife or legal Iloaal tt.mk will be held at their banking house ita nature so to do. Gold cm not be purl, rough road his All the people in this end of the counStates and Canada. InBtanfordon the 2d Tuesday In Januirr, ISSfl, tied, any more than light can bo enlighten, him, despite the teuder remonstances of a ty are for Alcorn, but it seems that a cer- documents showing the woman he now has for the purpose of electing eleven Directors to terre The Venules or the Weekly the with him to be his lawful wife. Again, the ensuing year. be obscured -t- he one by gentle Savior. od. Either msy year! tain lady of Kirksville only wanted the first Number for January fo, oi-juu. j. aicKuut-.Kiatasnier. uo time Is mentioned, it will bo understood When 3 But aa the terrib.i self imposed retribuhe has produced no evidence showing him and the other by dross. This darkness Cobb. the subscriber wishes to commence with that the Number next after the receipt of order. removed, gold and light are seen to be, tion goes on -- I see two active LAwa busy-e- ach Ward Brothers have torn down the to be a member of any Baptist church, and Bound olumea or IURr-na'laying its hand on all belonging to it and unalterably were and is charged with having pocketed Wkiklt. ror what they always old delapidatcd building on the corner Of again, he three years Stockholder Meeting. sent by mall,back. In neat clothby binding, will be never yielding a moment to the other's Main and Depot streets and postage paid, or and carried off money belonging to Mt. be evermore. must freeol moved their expense (provided the freight A meetinc of the tlm Fanner. dot r per volume), for S7 per does not exceed one . Apply them analogies to the myatery of claim. These laws are the autaonistio saddlo and harness shop in the hick room Olive Baptist church in Cincinnati. After National Hint will bealocklinatApt itbanking volume. held their house inS"0' r,!r.eae yplume. suitable for bind-ol- t'l mysteries life and death. Here wo are -- onea of Life and Daath. All that is of Sin of their store. If we had a few more such careful search there has bcon nothing to re- In Stanford on the 2d Tuesday In January, 1850, T each!'0 ' 101,I"llJ' on ,he receipt Death claims and devours. Therefore it fute tbe charges, but abundance to confirm for tbe purpose of electing nine Directors to serve wo will be forever. There are and yonder men we would soon have a respectable the ensuing year. J. . O WdLE Y, Cashier. Kjmlttances should lie made by them aa truths. And as a climax to the :. theories Let u sift them as best we can is cilled "the law of Sin nnd Death." Order or Draft, to avoid chance ofloss. town. Ncwsrapera are not lo copy this advertliemtnt All that is Span's, Djith may claim, as whole matter he (Cirroll Baxter) cime to by scripture. without the express order of Ham-e- r A For a purse of $1,000 to the winner, the house of Deacon Alex. Smith's on the 7iioy right -l- o upeik in paradox. S Addrets HAKI'KUAIinOTHKIlS.New IlnosT The soul and body of 1 Tae Orthodox. York. lepirato at death to bj reunited in the rei Therefore he that "hath the power of death James McCmn and W. C. Barnes tried night of Dicember 12, intoxicated with their speed at type Betting in New York, liquor and oflered to fight all that were in urrectiou. As earth leaves us the judg- is the Devil." So this "second death" goe on gnawing Tuesday. Tho type was minion, set withthe house. This same Cirroll Baxter rement day finds us. The good aie gathered -Birnca finished his first ceived an appointment from tho A. M. E. to enjoy God's presence and devouring, till, at last, all it can claim out paragraphs. to an eternal heaven wvguAJ HAOAN'S 1,000 ems in 20 minutes, ISO second, and Conference to Clear Creek and Elm Ben, The bad aro binlshed from Iliui, is consumed utterly. forever. Then it turns to a daiii Death itself, for McGinn completed his first 1,000 two min- Ky., and it was from thoie appointments eW$a<fnffI'Vi r and all holy beings, to an ondlesa hell of torment, where sutlerinfs unspeakable are evermore, for lack of substance, and that utes later. At 3 o'clock time wrs called. he left and went to Louisville and boarded a train for Indianapolis with one Hattie in atore for all sinners who reject God's Scripturo is fulfilled "there is no more McCaun had set 8,002 ems, and .Birnes Wit. is a secret aid to beauty. Bishop, who had been employed as teacher Sivlor-the- sa unendurable agonies to know death." Pralfe the LORD! Here h the -5" ' Vanderbilt's tomb U constrntly guard- at liim Ben. We call upon every Baptist CSiHW&. ita 'Annihilation" of Scripture -t- vight in AfflvW Many a lady owes her freshThis hell of horror, with no end Vw-'""I ' ed by four detectives, who will lemain on church in the State to help clear tho field doomed inmMeu, hangs in full view of tho miny paage ami plain. ness to it, who would rather 1 Hut what of lost sinners? Are thty duly until tho remains are finally placed of such worthless men, cloaked with the Hived, who are to rejoice in it as ft manifes"1iF&j4iv!3 yjMK'-'- " Sin.'. Cm not tell, and can't tell. . CrfcU .j utterly consumed annihilated remanded in the mausoleum now in process of garb of a preacher. tation cf God's Inflexible justice nnd this "SOUTHERN DiVOUAO ' No! h thousand times No! Brethren, tho timo has oome tbat our pul E. - Ave. &. in all eternity. This running ulcer of Ion to nothlugnt.-t.o.1.. Uouliiviltc, Ky. THE HOLIDAYS C&Fisimas is Coming CHRISTMAS GEO. 0. BARNES. not-do- i'"' PRESENTS! noth-ingne- TW,, McROBERTS t STAGG, d ul CHRISTMA GOODS M. O. & D. N.WILLIAMS 3VCt. Vernon., BT, Fra.c, Tot SetfI VertT urgS" IL tflec-tuall- n, ti I. HAIM Resfaurant and Balsery ss g, -- HARPER'S WEEKLY. ArED lllui-trat- ut u s: our-na- semi-occasio- 62-t- ii , s $ MONEY MADE! WrHJffiSniV 1. 1WA K&??.?& I- Magnolia Balm jw ? '"' Scin'r-?Siffhniericr3on- L p f r v I ' I ut, Detstjafoed to do Justice to the sltnnUon in some way, I flung open my shutters, struck a sort of Romeo poso, CIRCUMSTANCES. tad crying "Diana, Queen of the Heaven, t salute thee!1 stepped Into my room. Stepped in, to be greeted by ghostly l"0. L. F." to Chicago Tribune) "Does man males the circumstances, or ihrleks of "Mon Dleul au voleurl Monsieur, tbo manr snys Bulsrer. perish I vlto I rite I Monsieur!" circumstance Well, I bet on circumstances ever time. A white form leaped from the bed, darted In all my scrape and there are lota of ut banging the door, and all was stilL "By Jove P I cried, sinking on tho them I am novor really to blame, bat 1 "It's tbe wrong housoi'' It was. always appoar to be. I'm a sort of toy of destiny a foot-ba- ll of fortune. Other felFor a moment I was stunned. Then my low do dlfrastlng, outrageous thing and nngulne temperament asserted itself and I are never found out; but I by Jove I I Mgan to regard my position as a strikingly mean to engage a boy to fro around with tumorous one. How tbe fellows would roar me jutt to have him ready t testify to my verit What a joke it was, and how I had innocence when the next storm breaks on cared that howling femalo In tbo bed no, my devoted head. For I are tired of this lot in tbo bod, in tbo hnlL She would scapegoat business. It wears on the arobably return with "Monsieur," Well, I nervos, as the cashiers say whon they start sould easily explain to him. As I llghtod a :lgarettolrohoarsed the coming scone. "Mon-liaur- " for Canada. would doubtless arrive excited and Just look at that awful racket" I was led into by Tommy inoasy. I would calm him, saying: "My Wiggins, which paralyzed all Philadelphia rood man, this is all a mistake. I'm n perand inailo it necessary for me to havo n fect gemman; no causa for alarm; lost my change of air (several of my aunts took n tey at a poller party; tried to get In my own change of their at the tome time), while window; got in yours seel And tho whole Tommy enjoys himself at home. Nobody iffalr would end in a bowl of punch and blames him. No relations cut him out of augbter, Just as Lover's heroes always their will. O, nol It was all thnt "awful Inlsbed their advonturos. But Tommy is all Teddy Bouncer's" fault. I beard a loud, frightened voles calling, right, and I am cooped up in n dirty 'Charles, bring your pistol; I've got my architect's office in New Jertoy drawing jun, hurry up," nnd stops camo hurrying while ho doubtless is regailtng ilong the hall. A faint idoa of the situathe fellows with a distorted version of tbo tion floito I through my hnzy brata Thoy affair. thought I was a burglar, and before I could Now. tneroly to put myielf straight, I'll fat thom to soo tbo point of tin "Joke" just toll you tho facts as tboy truly ibey'd shoot me. Then I fancy you will agree with "Uuess you'd better skip, Teddy," said I, mo that circumstances do make the man. nd dived out of the window. It vi as 3 n. ra. We had loftn poker party I tell you it seemed an awful long way up at Hurry Cole', wbero wo had had just a that rospoctnblo mansion, but the down trip royal old time. I was dead broko always nas a short one. I just put my tooth to am after tbeso pleasant llt'.lo entertain- ptber nnd slid down tbe waterplpo llko a n ments but very jolly, nnd Tommy Wig- itreak. No thank you, till I gins ngreod to see me home lie was very was lying under tho feno In the alloy, pantiaffable till ho reached his door, whon ho ng. cooly said he'd ask me in, only his mother I w ain't a minute too soon, for no soon or wouldn't stand it. "For J ou nro not quito had I flattened myself out than bangl wont the thing," he added. Charles' pistol, and bangl went monsieur's Not quite the thing! What was he, I'd run; and so tho cowardly idiots went on till like to know! toey'd emptlod their barrel. "O, that's all right fcr you, but wbero do "By Jovel" I murmured, "that was a n?ar I como inP I inquired. "You know I thing I" "You're right it was," said a rough voice haven't a cent and have lost my latchkey. In my car, and a strong arm jsrked mo up You don't mean to leave me like this)'' "Can't help it," he replied with drunken by my collar. Looking up, I round myself in tbe grasp of a policeman. gravity, "mother's put her foot down." "You insolent rascal, let go my collar," I "Well, suppose you lend me $2.75," I suggested; "that'll make it just an oven (25 I relied. "I will not!' owe you, and I can get a room somewhere." "You willl" "Don't want to maka it even (23," he "I will not, and If you don't keep a civil muttered; "(23.25 Is bad enough." "O, never mind, don't worry r.bout me," longus in your head i'lf club you." I said, thinking to sting him with a Utile Here tho logical side of my character oold sarcasm. "Don't fret. I can go home :amo to tho front This authorised bruto was big, I was not I would subuo him by and climb in the "The pen is "Yos, I would," ho retorted, utterly missthe force of my Intellect ing the point "If you can't work that try Mightier than tbe sword," etc. "My good man," I said In a placable man-aethe "Then a voice, a plaintivo female voice, "you are acting under a delusion. You piped out, "Tommy P think I am a criminal, do you not!" "Tommy and I flattened ourselves against "I do," be replied, tightening bis grip. "Not unnatural," I urbanely replied. the house llks one man, but in vain. The vole resumed; "You walk yourself 'But I can easily show you your mistake. I am Indirectly. I see you; you neod not try to I'll admit to you bide." i little off color been off with tbe boys, "Yes," giggled Tommy. "She sees mo and lost my key, anl in trying to climb in my calls. Goo'.nlgh', Teddy." And be sneaked window got in the wrong home. 8a bo I into tho house, and left me left me, a Why, I live In this block myself." scion of tho oldest family in Philadelphia, "Yo, you look like you did," retorted the to got myself home any way I could. It was blue coated fiend. beastly shame, for my Aunty Tabby says "Well, I do," I cried desperately; "and I that at the time my grandfather was an belong to ono of the oldeit families in honored guest in tbo White House Tommy's was tinker. Tho fellow should have es"Yaas, family got woro out beforo it teemed it an honor to assist me. reached you," chuckled 324. Now, look Howover, thero I was with tbo best blood here, young feller, I don't feel ns funny as in America going round like a in rou do. Itawyou come down that bouse, my bead and making the street dance a jig. ind I'm going to run you in, and come back I was not tight no, indeed; loose described for particulars." my condition, particularly about the knees. And bo did. I, Teddy Bouncer, was As I fell easily and naturally from one susarrled off, struggling and kicking, to tbe perb poso plastiquo to anothe on my way itation-bousinto tbo and draggod down tbo streot I seemed to be double or :aptain's office. triple jolntod a regular India-rubbman. "Attemptei burglary at 1313 Chestnut After an arduous struggle I reached my itreot," reported 'J24. own door and sunk down on the steps to "Your name!" inquired thoTcaptain. think over the situation. "Now," said I, idea Jlasbed across me. A brilliant strongest point in my favor (I am al- Tommy's meannossgot me into this tempo; "tho ways logical after poker partioi) is that I be should suffer, too. am the only lodger In this old barracks of a "Thomas Wiggins," I answered bolJly Consequently I am not llabio "llesldonce!" to observations or interruptions even from "No. 1024 Walnut stre-ia janitor. But there is a stronger ono Of course 1 knew I should bo identified In against me namely: my legs which rofuse the morning, but not beforo some account to objy my will. Now, having two legs jf the "desporate attempt of Thomas Wigand one brain, and living in a country gins of No. 1024 Walnut street to break where the majority rulo, It will certainly into a hou-bad crept into The Morning be awkward if my brain says: 'I'll climb Babbler, to to read by said Thomas' friends up to my window," and my legs reply: "Occupation! resumed tbo captain. 'We prefer troubling upon the sidewalk.'" "Waterpipe gymnast" I replied recklessly. Hero my brilliant argumont was rudoly "He's drunk, cap'n," eaid No. 324. interrupted by two horrid little belated "So I toe. Put him in No. U," directed tho "muckers" sidling up and yelling, "01 look captain. at the drunken dude, a taking hi siestayl" As I was led away to my dungeon cell a Think of the degradation! A Bouncer reporter camo in for items, and I heard jeered at by the rabble. The blood of my thom laughing over tbe drunken dude. ancestors boiled. My impuUe was to wipe But knew Tommy and bis frietids out tho insult In blood their blood. My have I pleasant surprise when they would rood a legs seconds 1 ms nobly; tbey left howling. papers. TI1I3 llttlo encounter braced me up so their morningawful nlgbt I bad in that What an thoroughly that by a little exertion I got Stifling cell I My bead throbbed and burned around tho corner into tho alloy that runs and my throat was so dry it was agony to behind the housoi on Chestnut street Tak1 felt as though I should go mad i wallow. ing a seat on the curbstone I contemplated the row of neat brick homes. One if I didn't have a drink. "Water," I cried, beating on the door. of them was my destination. Tbo delicate "What's that!1 askod the warden, coming question of " Which T arose, and affairs "P- thickened up again. "Water; do unng me some water." I knew ray house bad an extension on the 'Ob, you shut up; this ain't no hotel," flrst floor nnd a conservatory on the second, from which I knew I could easily step into tbe horrid brute retorted, and went away. My sufferings were fearful All my my window. But so had all the rest How was gone, and all that remained ?n earth was I to pick out mine! A severe brulhos and nental strugglo inclinsd ms to think it tbo I rora my spreo was lived throughrepentance. tbe night, resolved, If I ilxth from tbo comer of Twentioth street Acoover to drink again. as a starting-cordingly, taking tbo lamp-pos- t "What's the use!" I morallzsJ. "Supposo point, I came down the alloy counting, You jrou drink to drown your troubles. convinced that, in spito of my father's injurious reflection, I hod a brain and a largo lucceed for a night; you are first madly one, and arrive! at tho sixth houso in a gay, and then all Is oblivion. Tho next state of great satisfaction. Looking carofully morning there aro tbe same old troubles sitsround, I put an against the ting nt the foot of your bed waiting to greet you and in addition you huve an empty fence, mode a br ak for it, and found my' self In the yard, with rnthor nioro ashes on pocketbook and a splitting hoadacbe In fact I should havo comjiosod qui to n my dress-kuthan I usually wore, but very temperance locturo If I bad not succumbed happy. to sloop, for oven tho wicke i can tloep. 1" I cried, and "So much for Buckingham About 9 o'clock In tbs morning an officer commenced to climb up tho extension. nnd Informed muidy Now, gymnastics nro not at all appeared with n.y tbo court go to houo for exam-'natioLa my Hue; but that night I developed a no I was to Moreovor, I found our routo was luppUiiQ if, a sort of capacity for banging streot, so that all my fHon Is on to uotiiliiit, that inclinod strongly to bo Cnostnut iiu end spotless to busi-iito tha Darwinian thoory. I felt sure coui.ng down sproa) coming up covered would meat mo that tu ome not very remote period with mud, unwashol, unshaved, and in I hud en old traudfnther who guv Ins meals a Nuthing charge ofnil puliiemm.thnt tbe polico force is by fehiiiuing up coconnut-trees- . I read the tune 1 explain tho way I got up that ilse coul nest ofbuboryand roiruptioii, but It's ivntsr-plp- o to the extension ruof. Onco not so If tint m vn was a sample. Ho was n theio, I miido short worit of tho conservaregular Itomon. I offered him my watch tory I y simply kicking out the glas ami sii.l chain, my Etui, und unlimited fit) putting my feet in tbo frames, it was n (when I got free lo borrow them) in vain. tort of net Tje shortest way to wisuj Chestnut that riie I my spirit to concert p.tcb. TLe .troot, nul ha hud no couit to waste liuutmg time sharp tingling of tLo broken puiius ou tbo shortcut for il run): in dules. As for tho pivoment below failed to daunt ms and I jawelry, I probably stoh it, etc. reaclial the loot in a glow. Leaning against My only consolation through tint awful tho wall I surveyed the bleeping city from p was t'jat, wh.Ie half Philadelphia All was quiet aud Ira til myproul uiuinuncc. wus baliu pstrifbl by my appearance I bad not been oluorsed. Ho far iown-towpe.icoful. the other half was in Ills over o good, about Thomas Wiggins that nlro little it-"Could 'Dlool will tell," I ko'.iloquiZiJ. n Tho Gabbler. I hal tli bulge on Tommy any cue but n Bouncer liae nchiuved this I I could name at loast tliroj ol I ladies feat! Could Tommy WicSiii! Jiyr lady, iflea koelnl weight who coul I never bo mado nol Tooe Tommy, I pity him. At this to understand how tbe thing git printed if very minute bis motlier Is probably sitting 't was not true. "When a young man Ium a on tbo foot of his bed giving it tu Mm, wbll-- j Ich ,Vbr It's easy to buiu things up," thy free as n bird, lalted by my I stand her young men attwin. efforts to a night fow Slowly rtfe moon a!lod aoros, tun sky, - " ciil...,, a fctltwry iJiWuuo iy. tuu s:ns) bolow; nud as I gazilit rimluded mo of 1' e I. lo win-iowslcow-hou'e- s, d. vay-tntlocosl-holer, ." mill-whee, day-schoo- l. r hat scene in "Pinafore." I felt inspired, I ind began to sing "Fair Moon, to tbe-b- o ilng," but got no further, as lay vole gave "But there probably Is some where there is so much smoke." That would MtUe it Tommy would find it coot when be went to their bouses. It was quite a pleasant surprise to find my fatbor's oldest friend. Judge Walto, sea tod in the private office waiting to examine me. He leetnod to be as much broken up about it as I was, but waved ae to a seat and turned back to a "highly excited man with a red head, who was relating a ghastly yarn which, it seemed tome, bora a dim resemblance to my little adventure. "Yes," be returned, "there is no doubt that It was young Mr. Bouncer. My wife's maid says sho has boon much annoyed by his winking at ber from hk window, and sho positively recognized him as ho steeped into ber room, Uhe also states that bo said bo'd salute her, using some pet namos which she failed to catch, owing to ber imporfoct knowlodgo of English. Then she screamed murder and ran for me." Did &ay one evor hear such a willful as that! I began to feel llko a regit- lar Don Juan. "Can you explain this disgraceful affair, Mr. Bouncer!" inquired Judge Walto sternly. "Of course I can," I spiled, and wont over my dismal tale ,in. "As for the girl," I ondoi, "I nevor saw her. I folt intensely enthusiastic, owing to n combination of circumstance), and called out to tbe moon, 'Diana, I salute tboo, or somo otbor 1 didn't nonsense. know I was not in my room till I heard thoo awful yolls. Good joko, wasn't it, judgo!' "Joke I" interrupted tbo red.halrod man furiously. "Joki, be calls bit highly prob-nbl- o ttory! Well, I don't ice the point Why, the young rascal has broke a good (50 worth of glass In my conservatory. Funny, wasn't it! And to make it more laughable, my wifo and her maid have boon in big t bytorics all tbo tu lrnlng. I ain't got the humor to on j jy bis fun, and, by Ueorgol somebody's got to pay " At this Juncture my fatbor appeared with a trogio countonance, and, petrifying me with a stony glare, joined the melee. Then tho sport began. Ibo injured Spuddlugs, my father, nnd tho judgo ongaged In a splr iced argument After two hours wrangling a compromise was egected. My father was to pay for any damages the Spudding mansion had sustained UDder my vigorous handling. In addition to this be paid my line for being drunk and disorderly, smoothed tbe irascible Spudding down so that be consented to withdraw his charge, and retired to make out his bill And then I got it l'vo often beard my father and the judge shout with laughter over their college scraps, particularly one in which, being much exhilarated by a "wine," they put a goat in tbe president's room wben be was asleep and screwed up tbe door. They always rocnllod that refined eplsodo as a specimen of college wit, and always added, with pride, "We were rusticated for that" Yet they fell on me like a ton of brick. I was tho greatest reprobate unhung. Fool, sot idiot soft, disgrace, cowardly, illy, abandoned, wanton, depraved, hopeless. From the foregoing adjectives you may imagine tbe - lecture to rue, until they besiyle of thoucame exhausted by their own eloquence and e jont mo borne in cab, to jmck up and for exllo. Lover and dozens of other writers fill up tbe lives of tbe.r heroes with such adventures as mine, and everybody, my elatives Included, regards them as Jolly young pictures of the life of a man. Yet they declare I've dlgracd the family. bangs a portrait of In our dining-roomy great-uncl- e Rupert and I've often beard my Aunt Tabby declare with pride that "he was an ancestor to be proud of. A hardy, free jovial follow, who tok bis six bottles after dinner and wont to bod under tbe table. Ah!" tho good lady would sigh, "wo have no such men nowadays." Yet on hearing of my escapade sh) retired with Young's "Night to her room Thoughts," tin 1 declared her heart was brokon witu tr. disgrace. Where's tbeir consistency! Why is "very thing always wron? for me and right for other Miami Why does our family, which has tho reputation of being the oldest and most qatrrelsoma family in Philadelphia, bo co me unanimous In sitting ou me! It's the only thin; tbey evor do agree would nay. Ore por-vorilpro-parhigh-splritel IIOME OF FINE THINGS. "THE LANE" AND WHAT SEEN THERE. 13 B. TO BE It 'WEAKEN,? AND A Glltnpss nt a Smalt Section of New York Which Contains More Oold Than Is Owned by the Govern meuU New1 York World.) A young man was exhibiting a oostly of watch to a friend in tho reading-roothe Fifth Avonuo hotel tho other evening. "Tiffany'!" said his friend, inquiringly. "Not much," was the reply In a tone of superiority; "I got that watch down in 'tbo lanel' " Tho curiosity cf a rejiortor was excited. What in tbe name of common sjnso was meant by "kk lanoP An explanation was sought anl found. Just as that famous thoroughfare which runs rlvorward from tho front of old Trinity church is known in the financial world as "the strojt," so another, and by the way a still wealthier thoroughfare, four blocks Wall rnrier, Mouldings, IMctnrcs nud Ftcttire Frames. Fine Assortment nlnays on hands. Dealer in Furniture A 1 Largo Stock nnd a OVr.R KIYK THOUSAND plrcrs of Will Pspct to be opened Jsousry 1st, emtinclng oser Fifty Batlni, Mcu't (Jill, Ac, trimOlricrfiittltilgQisnd pattern from the cbcuot totheflartt med and icady for the will or put on the wsll, I bsre bought Ibem to Mil and you need not look further lor lower price. Velt, To The Public. Wo Imvo tried the credit business thourough-y north, Is known to the jswolry trala as "tho lane." In reality it takes in nil tho-ft; res and manufactories which front upon oltlior tido of Maidou lauo or John street for u paco of two blocks e.it of won-dorf- ut ID nnd wo don't llko it. when wo hnve enough of nu and Wo think wo know anything, nnd hence 0 Q !. Broadway, LITTLE IS KNOWN. tr rum irlt.ib! fact and nl ily i tho general ignorance tuu' ox u among New Yorker in rourl to Njw n York, that so httlo is known umong tho n hopp"iM of the city in rolatio.i to "tbo lane," as docrlbod within tieabovo-mention- s It Is a 1 tip-to- IlinlU Hrttdeuts of Brooklyn nil 1 Jersey City an thousands who are daily nrrlving in of tho tho city from all purtt of tho United Ktutcs ard of a are continually reaping tho knowlodgo of "the lano' nud Its lsrnlns and truasuro', whlls roil lout Nw Yorkers nro as continually lusiu? the aivautao of opportunities of which they kit iw llttlo or nothing. It will doubtless come ns n new fact to multitude of shopper iti this city to be told than in Maiden lane and John street thero Is a larger number of small manufactories that In any territory of tbo tarns diiiisn-tiou- s in the whole wort 1, and when thoso shopper are told, in addition, that thom is no manufacturing house in either of those streets which does not retail its goods In addition to doing a large wholesale busluoss, somo idea wll be bad of tbe opportunity which exlU in "tbo lane" for tho picking up of rare bargain at bottom price. I googrnphk-a- l 0 m Wo will hell gontU 1 FOR - fc3 sssstzdL 92 EXCLUSIVELY. Wo know this will meet with tho approval N WATCHES AND JEWELRY. H of a great many ol you who prefer paying tho cash, nud to thoso who havo been running accounts wo will say that wo 4 Q will uiTer such ex- calculation that there I mora gold In tbe form of watches and jewelry in Maiden in lane nnd Jobn street than there Is the possession of the United States government There is scarcely a building in either of tbe two streets that I not supplied on its upper floors with steam jxiwer, and tbe manufacture of jewelry, ornamental brass goods and silverware goes on incessantly under a hundred modest roof. Nor is the manufacturing business of "tbo lane" confined to these commodities. Homebody has said that you can get everything in "the lane" that man or woman wants except trouters aud crinollnos. However this may be, it W an undisputed fact that there Is absolutely nothing in the line of pretty things things suitablo for Christmas and wedding presents, for examplo which you can not get there. to-d- It has been ascertained after a careful traordinary inducements in LOW Wo know this 1?K,IC3E is n new That you will find il to your interest lo borrow tho money, if you havu't it, to deal with ua. departuro in Stan- ford, hut we MiVve that ali of you who pay your dehU will help us in carrying this out. In selling for cash we will rave several thousand dollars a year in hire ofbook keepers, had debts, iVc, nnd in order to make our new sys- 9) for being down on me. It was n llttlo rough on Tommy, and got him In a good doal of n row. But tbe whole city neei not bnve fallen foul of me. Somebody might havo been J ist But wbat'j tho use of reason ng! It was simply my luck. Circumstances, as usual, wero too many for me. I don't blame the Wigglnso-j about Fashionable Garnlturoi. Tbe ... mental purposes is playing havoc with tbe velvet trade. To show tho enormous extont to which tbe new fashion of wearing the entire stuffed bird has reached. It is computed that upward of ,2,000,009 of small brilliant-huebirds were imported to England the h of which aro those past year, tho replumoJ gems the humming-bird"- , mainder being parrot', sunbinl, orioles, kingfishers, and birds of paradise. But thoe, wben landed, only bring (775,000, wberea the ornamental feathers, such as tboio of oitriches, emu, rboas (Soufi American ostrich), ogret, junglecocks, oriole', trago-pan- s, peacocks, etc., bring more than Supposing in Great Britain alone. that we count tho rest of Europe, tbe United States Indin and China, thero must be annual salos which bring to firsthand at wholesale at loast (10,000.000 mora. d one-sixt- habit (Chlcaco Times J of using blrdsklns for orna- and beautiful things and ingenious nick-nacon all side, that the genial old i a ile:it pirtnar in all the manufacturing that Is going on upon ovory sldo. In addition to the manufacturers of the articles that have bon mentionol "the lauo" is poopM witn dealers in nnd makers of loathcr griolii, stationer', engraver, bullion denier', diamond merchants cano maker', toy makers, doalor in optical instrument! In short, with Jacks of a bun-drpretty trado. Thnt the wealth of Maiden Ian-- ) nud John treet is fully appreciated by the authorities will bo undorahixl when it 1 stated thut for years detectivus hnvo boon regularly by tho police department to look after tho-thoroughfare. In addition to those oIUmm many of the establishments in "the lane" employ their own private detectives, and so thorough has boon tbo survefllance that not a single burglarly has taken place in twenty year. gold-ladeno- d SANTA CLAl'b' TRADING G HOUND. To one who vislti this neighborhood a thousand interesting sights are visible. Everywhere above stair is the whirr of machinery, and everywhere on the ground and costly floors, the glitter of articles. You cannot make n tour of "tho lane" without fancying that here of all places In tbo world Is tho favorite trading ground of old Santa Clan'. You can almost imagine, so mnltif jrm aro tho gems tem popular, we propeso to give our customers the bent fit of tlm saving and more, too. propose to make you a saving of from 10 to ro 2r Wo H jier cent, on nil goods will who ut'YM aud Hiii.w on txiught from us. o "cut" prices to such nn extent that no ono ti credit can meet them. I r - Wo wish right here to thank p.ik thoe who havo given us their very liberal patrorjago in the pnst and the privilege of returning the fa. vor by eelling them good CHEAPEN thnn they hnve ever bought them before. mETCAXaF1. BRIGHT Well Paid Employment! Cnalw) teitiurcd by rou, If you come In a lew months, How the 8e Iloeanin llrlny. Comhill Magazine ) rouitlrnt Short ml U't'ltrv. rs at rery lltlleexpente,It ttby eatertnK lUe ThU you in be- Why the Hunter ash-barr- lt ht n. factories havo a front sight upon which tho brightest point will shift from sldo to sido xnd from baso to tip. In all quick kbots this tnuit havo some iiifluance, whether you sro awara of it or not Toko a rifle so s'gbtod out in tho sun, and with your oyo on tho sights swing tho rillo all around the horizon, watch tbo change of light upon it, and see how you may bo deceived whon in i hurry. Then point It up bill and down bill, with tho sun bohltid you nud nhoud o( you, and seo If you can discover how you iver missed nny game. Iiicroum of Kuropcin tSclontlfle Journal.) ICor. American Field.) Most of tho rifles now turned out of the Mine. lliunderst'iriu. Carofully collect! ttat.stlcs show that iluco IbJ'J tlia disasters from lightnln; In the kingdom of Kixony havo bsen booom-n- g more numerous eai-- year, from which has increawd it lnforroil that som- tho number or ovrity of thunderstorms In that part of Europe. uo This world was once a baz of fluid light, as tbe poeU and tho meu of science agruoiu informing us. As soon as it began to cool n little, tho boavlor materials naturally sank toward tbo center, while tbe lighter, now roprevontod by the ocean and tbo atmosphere, floated in a gaseous condition on the outside. But the envelopment of vapor thus produced did not comlst merely of the constituent of air and water; many othor gtsos and vapors mingled with them, as thoy still do to a far loss extent in our existas the cooling ing atmosphere. and condensing process continued, the wator sottlod down from tin couditlon of steam Into one of a liquid at a dull red boat As it condomol, it carrlod down with it a great many other substance, held In solution, wboso component element-- bad previously exlstod In tbe prlmlt"e gaseous atmosphere. Tnm tbo early onn which tho whole otrth was in all probability not only ory talt, Lut also quito thick with other mineral matters clos- - up to tho point of saturation. It was full of lime, and raw flint, nnd sulphates and many other miscellaneous bodies Moroovor, it was not only just ns salt ns nt tho present day, ut oven a gront ileal Salter. For from that tiius to this ovaponulon has constantly boen going ou in certain shallow Isolate 1 mens, laym,; uo n groat Unls of gypsum anl then of enlt, which still remain in tho solid condition, whib the wator has, of course, been correpoudlngly purirhl. , cov-over1 Miurlliiuitl Institute nt IiuuiKYlMc, ICy., or XumIiyIIIo, Tenn, CSDDOt (OlUOtOUS, k While bhrrtbinJ sndTyrewrillDK rliimi our Mle ittrntlon our luJrni en rrrelte the srty best tuition lu rhNMANSHIi', AlUlllMLTIC and JJOOK-- s Kbl'IMl it grutly reduced rate, if you Wo Can Teach Yon by Mall hn Thorough. it Nsslitlllr, 'leim., tni for Circular to I'ro'emcr 11. A. IIALK, rilncip! bhoMbind Initltutr. Address hliu rlthri. or Lotilnslllr, Ily,, wblibew la ibe moat contentful point for your-oil- 6ln H. C. -- RUPLEY, nd stilt reeeWloj ME It CHAM' TAIK.OR. 1 1 are rccelyed NEW GOODSFOliFALL&WJNTER Coiu riling tbt bsit In tho uisrlet, which will be Gotton Up in Stylo and Moko Second to Nono in City or Country. Giro aio u Trial. ZEE. C IRTTDPIL.E-'X--- . liryuiit mid Struttoii. IVop.kM'i'lBK.Hbort-haDd- THE- LOUISYILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. . l'.Bniiuahlp.Tyic-wrltlntUo'i-leerliu Mnrinoiilsiii In II oil nnd. llxchingrt A coirosi oudeut writing tny-- t y, BauMug, Arilliiuetl.. tc. It l the ouly arranged lira In P riins .Mnelilutx. Exchange. A papsr on flying midlines lately read 3foro the IUij.il Soaiety of Now South IW'n was lllustritoJ with tlxteen Iluvo-fourth- s models varying in weight fioui of an ounoj to throe ounces. n, Joiili Billings: Tour Is n groat doal ov earning In this world, which is nothing more than trieing to prove what we don't HiJor-'taiu- from Ho land gaining ground tborc. A mooting was hold recently nt Xwollo, which ou stod of Mormons from Amsterdam, Qi'oiiIiuup, LoenwiirJen, Devonter, Csil . rudlnas not ouUelBobtiulogkOo.lltiitlM.. OUt and Zwollo. Womon mil children Altaian 5& consisting of were present. Tho exercl-o- , spoocbes anl roliglous corvitos, lasted fiom Tor Thirl and Juron, LOU13V1I.LK, KV. 10 o'clock in the morning until latent night. A iiuiiiUj" of new convert wero admitted. The Dutch government does not Intorforo AT with th'i mot ) I Mormoiiitii is I tmjlit ts looks arolcpt by tbo Wut (.Ulixeti' this Kitlon whtMln Has the latest nnd snnv'elgoo'iccountghcn. l(tikT,iiiHl a thoreujh relics' l Mirc-wiikrsiliutta lettlfy to Die nNt the W't. Tlumanl-.orooina ol snv Col'ts-I- n Lonisvillo Bryunt Strtjtton Business CoIIoro, i s t i An ppriipilnta Ileslzn, MasonlieiiHcr'sKoBtRuraiH Coest-HousH IfWH jJSkTOarrfcul c ! l. now llnd twenty foot of wator In be Columbia river channel, whlob has boon leeprnod by slulciir. i i Vols lltoston IliiilKSt.) Orr'wiTi "What design sbtill Ibavo for my new DANVILLE, gn fixture "A iKilUt glrb of cure; she always has q MeslasrewrTBdat all light, furtiutie too." liBd and to II fosson, nesin in i 4 p U j I . t Htl flttkfMt li - f KENTUCKY fl t'.e ) am . lli ii i i' I R', ratib iti I HI I n II - VTSV CiBclnimi.BW3SI cuack A III 1 1.4 II UM- I fai I. I ll 4. ,- .. Mik" i I ! . i ' on, mat" twi oii wis" . - Look oylr freah 0h, out lor the in ''Woodbine hou. (Uino slwsys or nud aim- Jtostsu- - .11111. ScM I) iill Swtt uit. iluujo'd, itiuicuiujui ; j" """r1 J!ri -- "' iii,itcrn'uD.BTllIe.Ky YlllOJ (JADED mnvbafnundnnfUnnt I Ail ill rKrtll Pinw-- V IW Moi-ntX- rtiMu,; llllr. .mt, Mrti.iiijf Jlurtuuiutiirtir.l louinurmriiiy iHjmaJoiiirlt IN M.W Ottli. n.r. Semi Veekln VOL. XIV. SB mifn l$l4k mr STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1885. NO. 83. Santa Clans' CLCJuairCCFSv Grand Display of Appropriate and Useful Holiday Presents at the GREAT BARGAIN STORE. Such an Array lias not been seen in Stanford lately and the Prices are so Low that, the poor as well as the rich may buy. The remaining few days of the year we will offer WONDERFUL BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Throughout the House, for CASH only. Don't fail to visit our store during the next two weeks. Come in the morning, if practicable, as we are generally so crowded in the afternoon; but come any time you can and we will do our best at serving you. Among our display you will find elegant Silk Handkerchiefs, all colors; Linen Handkerchiefs, fancy borders; Gents' Ties and Scarfs, Gloves. Hosiery; Child's Knit Jackets and Hoods, Jerseys, Linen and Lace Collars, Ruching, Cuff Buttons, Fancy Pins, Albums, Accordians, Violins, French Harps, Dolls, Tops, Mechanical Toys, Work Boxes, Trumpets, Fancy Boxes, Birds, Dogs, Sets of Dishes, Soldiers, Sham Battles, Cooking Utensils, How Boats, Baskets, Punch and Judy show. School for Scandal, and thousands ot other useful and fancy articles. Mi tft CSoftdg axe'to & HM$ as it is not our rule to keep goods to look at Those coining first will find the Best Assortment to select from and avoid the great' rush that always comes a few days before Christmas Eemember we acknowledge no competition whatever. S. i(rit wall Im. POWERS -- I CO., Pilomotors of Xiow Prices for all the People. Afosf Wclilll tlU.OO 11311 A.NNUJI bavs l V m psld irittlr In advsnc. If b Tucmtav n if idt tltaa. t3.no wilt er.an.ed. W. P. WALTON. How Ur. Babbitt Cleared Hit Man. Why People 6 ere Buried. heep killed In the neighborhood and come When men bean tj bury their dead Tile, mangy cur to represent this witness had Rone to the owner of the sheep and they did e in the firm belief in another slid, I, this msngy.'cur, and Tyler Sesr life, which life wa regarded hi tho exact your di'g, and I'jJk Bjbbitt, my dog, and counterpart of this present one. The un 1'en Adkioo, another good dot;, and Bound sophisticated eavage, holding thai in that Taylor, your fathtrin law'i dog, that could eiual sky his faithful dog would bear him nuke and tree a tqtilrrel in any woodt, company, naturally enough bad the dog in suppose he had id lie in connection with question killed and buried with him, In lhee honorable dogs had gone there and order that It might follow him to the hap- Excellent. 1) p Id a noted felony cae in the Pululi Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed Circuit Court, where four inm had gone to to cure or money refunded Internal, External, mWrf houe in the absence of the family a mind Weeding or Itching Piles. Prlco 50c a box. of at church anil rilled It of everythihf Tor sale by Penny & McAllster, Druggists. value the eiiapectetl parlie were arrested Daughters, Wives and Mothers. ind m tiiual in euch caea the meanest We emphatically guxrautco Dr. Marchlsl's criminal turnod alaV. evidence ngainit the , a Female P.omcdy, t cure Female other three. The defendants aaked for such as Ovarian troubles, InfUnimatlon and trial. One of the dffendanta was Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing tried and a'M to the penitentiary in down falling, Irregularltles,IJarrenness, Change ol Llfe,Leuchorrlio?a, besides many weaknesses springhand Rillop. The next defendant employ, ing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spicd Bjbbltl ani amon other (Lni8siri: nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, She a widingncro.nthe mud on Wocd. proof aualnit him a witiiwmiwcre that he Palpitation ol the Heart. Ac. For sale by Drugwoods ward avenue when a butcher Ctrl came nw the defendant coming from the gists. Prices SI and SI 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. bonnet to along and tplhed her from tul-f- ull J. B. Marchlil, Uilca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. between nundown and dark with a A ptfdettrian who whitened the ac burglary. For sale bv Penny A McAIIster. Druggists. " a few day if hedclothe cident pullad out hla handkerchief nnd Babbitt Uiuhei lhl atron proof out cf Consumption Cured. slit; Au old physician, retired from practlco, having the ci'd a follow: (tjntUmen of the jury "Bjg p.trdon bit let me wipe name of it had placed In his hands hy an East India missionthere U nothing iingalar abotif M(, The ofT." ary the formula of a slmplo vegetable remedy for pilloopher' of Greece, Dlo;enM e,reatmt thespoedyand permanent cure of Consumption, replied, 'but never "O! thank!" ah med to cirry a tub aboil' with him Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and If you feel it a duty to do mind the mud. and wherever right overtook him Lung A flections, also a positive and radical cure t- deep. aimethliii; in tho cue. plot mention nome for Nervous debility and all Nervous Complaints, he coiled up in his tub and went alto having tested its wonderful curative powers to im- of the lending cum words now in we are very much disponed Now la thousands of cases, has felt It his duty to make Detroit Free Press. not alwaye tm itate gre.il men but we can fellows. Actuated by Ham Jones once announced that be in. It known to bis suflerlug but The uiames of the people understand the this motive and a desire to relieve human sufferitate them in their greatne or virtue, remem silver question in its connection with the tended "tol!htstn up to the very gates of ing, I will send free of charge, to all who desire we cw iiaitate them in thsir vice. I His more recent announcement It, this recipe, In German, French or English, reading of Napoleon, curreucy very well. They know thtt the hell." be'r that when a by. in with full directions for preparing and using. Sent out his chicken from purchasing power of the silver dollar is that he Intended to go from St. Louis to by mall by addressing with sump, naming this I learned that he took Ciucinnttii indicate? that he does not in fork. qual to that of the gold dollar, and that paper, W. A. Novks, 119 Powers Block, Koobe tho dwh with hit) fingers instead of his tend to stop 0;hting at the gates, but will ter, N. Y. the prpcr dollar stamped bv the govern-meri- t Now I could not imitate tne great orni.-- " besiege sin in the very ciladtl of hell. cou,d in hI' is at pur. The exchanges are all in his military Renlu, but l or two after I took out rk'ht. That ii ut "hnt the trader, the Louisville Times. folly and for a year THE SEMI-WEEIU- .Y A dangerous counterfeit $o gold p'ece my chicken with my finger in lieu of my farmer, the michanic, the Uborer want. had No country ever had a belter currency. of which hundreds of thou lands are said to fork. Now no doubt thta defendant Diogeue; and hla tub and Let it alone. Covington Commonwealth. be In circulation, is supposed to haye been road or heard of made by the rascality of some be could not imitate the great philosopher A pedantic writer complains that there of wisdom, buthe could get a tub and carthe New Orleans Mint. It was made in is too much bjtd grammar in the newspa with the genuine stamp, Is fine gold on the ry It about on his head, and as tho witnea and papers. This aro evidently a mistake. If iw.t it w iliotwetn aundow outside, but filled with spelter and platlna, he saw defendant coming in with there was bad grammar in the uewspapers dark that th'e dewe would have atw it. Perhaps newtpa-perBucklen'a Arnica Salve. hla tub, we will juiteuppoee that does err in thoee reaped occasionally, The beitS Wo in tbe world tor Cuts. Brulics waa preparing fendant like a prudenman hla remarks In tho bustle and hurry to go to press, but Sores, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chipped for bed." At the conclusion of Hands, Chilblains, Coras and all8kln Eruptions, tbey don't n.bltt turned to enfold juryman and "Herald. go for to do It. Norrlstown arid positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, Bears, Lime kaow you lor Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money said. , BTANl-OHDKY. There was a man once on a time, who refunded. Prlco 25 cents par box. For sale by year. I hate repoied upon many a long Penny A McAUater. .oft beds of elder down, and fared lumptu thought him very wise, fie positively af An Old Citizen Speaks. WALTON, oualy at your bountiful board, i remem. firmed he'd never advertise. But the goods name were admitted ere long, and thereby hangs Mr. J. M. Norrls, an old cltltsn of Koine, Oa. ber you had a celebrated dog by the the wind and n tail. The ad. was set in nonpareil, and says tbat be bad been badly troubled with Kidwas a swift of Tyler-- he ney Complaint for a great many years and with Is published every Tuesday and Friday at the etalni of headed "ShorifPa Sale.-f- N. Y. Mail. low prlco of an honest, honorable dog, with no Eczema for three years; at tlmos could scarcely wool in bl walk, and bai tried many remedies without bensheep blood upon hie paws-- no Ldy caller "I much prefer colored ser- efit, before ho began taking Electric Bitters and TWO DOrXAKS 1'lAl YEAIC. was Maying teeth. T remember one night I vants to white one, don't you, Mrs. Ii?" anolntlug bis hands with Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, u nlTl.t at Your bouse and we heard Mrs. B "Well, really, Mrs. A., it depends This treatment afforded hint great relief and ho buklnilrvnirith ihwkrt an!.1 we put upon the ro'or, you know. I can't ecduie strongly recommends Klcetrlo Bitters to all who -- OP ALL CLASSES- i suffer with Kidney Complaints tor need a Blood Trier aftor him and ho gavelhlic e DIs-ead killed those sheep, would you have shot or hting your dog Tyler upon that testimo ny" He shook his head decidedly. Bjbbitt, "will you convict "Then," this defendant, deprive him of his lib erty, take him from hi wife and little babe that can not yet Hep the name of falhet, ind immure him in a felon'.) rell upon the testimony of another dog that go upon two leg inrtesd of foui?" An other decided shake of the head. The jur-wout about Gve minutes and returned a verdict of not guilty, and Babbitt wai cill-eTyler Bears the balance of tho court te sti.-M- . coc-tiniul- uI" py hunting ground. Clearly, you can't hunt without your arrows and your tomahawk; so the flint weapons and the trusty bow accompanied their owcer in his new dwelling place. The wooden haft, the deer sinew bowstring, the perishable article of food and drink have long place du cayed within the damp tumului1; but the huder t tone an 1 earthenware articles have survived till now, to tell the story of that crude nnd simple early faith. Very crude nnd illogical, indeed, it was, however, for it is (pi to c'oir that the actual body of the dead iu.in was thought of as perishine to live a sort of underground life within the birraw A hIodb hut was constructed for its usr; real weapon and implement were left by it side, and slaves and wive were ruthlessly matuacred,aQd stilt in Ashtan-teein order that their bodied might the corpse of the buried umter to hi Hubterranean dwelling. In all this we have oKir evidence of it yery inconsistent, savsgi, materialistic belief, not indeed in theimmottility of the soul, but in the continued underground life of the dead boJy. Cornhill Magtr.hie. , AUInf, Chief of Poller, Knoxrllle, Tenn., writes; "My family and I are beneficiaries of your most excellent medicine, Dr. King's New DIscot-tr- y for Consumption; baring found It to be all tbat you claim fjr It, desire to testify to Us virtue. My friends to whom I have recommended it praise It at everj opportunity." Dr. King's New DUcorery for Consumption is guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds, Uroncbltls, Asthma, Croup and every atTectlon of tho Throat, Chest and Lungs. Trial Bottle Free at Penny & McAllater'i Drug Store. Urgi stxe. 8L Positive Cure for Piles. To the peopled this county we would say tbat we have been gUcn the Agsncy of Dr. Marcblsl's J.J. LIST OF SEASONABLE GOODS .A. KEPT BY T. R.WALTON. UTnTT" TAfN GOODS GOOD! PEIOBS 10W! N. O. Sugar, N. O. Molasses, PUKE Maple Syrup, S8U11JJ n Layer Raisins, Seedless Raisins, u 'SUTLmiO SU0IU9r Oranges, Figs, Nuts, 'siunsoooo Hominy, Shredded Oats, 'TOIUO Buckwheat Flour, UOJOOTJJ N.Y. Cream Cheese, 'SOppTJ Tea Cakes, Grated Coeoanut, 'paisnj And Freshest, papajog S9g Stock of spoof) poumjo aaiexjAiifuy To be Found Interior Journal Delicious 'lIOXUUIOQ Fancy and satpuBQ ipiiOaij W. P. Pro'r. , LOTS OP STAPLE GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &e. fa : chc. V HITDJ'" hr-- i' V1' ' .'"7 "'"' Piulfler. Sold by Penny A McAllatur. TOIO W33FLX'3L At fair prices to Cash or Prompt-pa- y '. lOi.U.4. ing fTt".. . iJJLL j Cuctomeio. Koatly nnd Cheaply JSseouled. . O CAPITAL, many of tho most d'stingulshed men of the Iolctlor Journal. party, He win exceedingly popular with the Representative's from all tho States in public debt by drinking all the whisky he Gov. McCreaevery House in which ho served. He is manlike-tureJ- , ry 's constituents may well be proud of December 18, 1885 ould get hold of as fast at it was Stanford, Ky., now quietly practicing law with bright lis suddenly ic'ormed and like all him. He has made n delightful impres Moses, prospects. ex drunkard is more radical in his views sion here upon everybody from the bootW. P WALTON. AIT. SALEM, LINCOLN COUNTY. man ajalnstiuni than auybody. He not only black at the hotel to too broad-gusgDoalor In- moved to prevent the sale of whisky In at the White House. Personal influence Hesckiah FroJcrics' house, near the Capitol, bit wantd to make it against goes n long ways here and a member who was burnt a few nights since. A.NOTHFU link that bids ui to the pwt the rules for DiembrJ to have it in the is popular with his colleagues can do raoro There will be a big Cnristmas tree and been broken by the cietth of Hon. K)b hat committee rojtns. A gocd deal more work one that is gifted on his supper given at the Middleburg College on ert Toomhe, which occurred at his home would be dune if such a rule could ba en- oftentimes thau feet. The Governor is a combination of Christmas eve. . Q i . Tuesday nlht. Ho near Washincton, forced taking traits and talents. He is dignified wi It is generally supposed that the death 1810 and after receiving a lib was born in Main St., noarly oppoiito PoatoQloo, a The Cjurt of Appeals and the Superior without being atiff or gracious. He al- of Vnnderbllt will cause hard tlmrs, but eral education, served hit country first Creek War. Court are determined that they will not in ways appears neat, but not gaudy. He is Middleburg thinks otherwise, Corn has captain uodr Gen, 8cott in the and accessible at all already gone up 25 cents on the barrel Afterwards he dm elected to the LegUla. jure the chanctsuf a prolongation of the life polite and pleasant times. A constituent who had fought him there. tureofGengiain which he terved for a of the latter tribunal by trying to catch Up hard in the primary was here a few days Colllnsworth, of Middleburg, being number of ye irs. In 184 he was elected with the work, so both have adjourned terms wm chos-e- until next y tar. Most of us working men since and he said: "I am a McCreary man. much bothered with rats, went all tho way to Concress and after four election as to Boyle county to get a pure blooded Kwrs ! yi on luml Cholcn Linn ol U. 8. Senator. He was serving In that have to satisfy ourselves with one day at He is just the same after the pup and is now distressed to find it and Christmas. The fellows who feed from the before. I fought him hard, but he has alcapacity at the out break of the war, SiiRurH, ColTce. Tcais, SyrnpH, Flour, .llonltUiicon, JLnril. Hoiu-in- y, ways treated me just the same" This is developing into a full blooded hound. upon his 8tate adopting the ordinance of public crib are not satisfied with less than help Durham and true. I have eeen him The only important trade that ins llciuiN, Illce, Frculi Cannes! GooiIh Idml, emion, he withdrew and was immediate, two er three weeks. Thompson men who had fought him tooth taken place in this section for some time CIiccnc, PichlcH, C'riU'kcrH and C'iiUcn. Tsillct ly elected to the Confederate Congress. AfSunday's edition to the N. Y. The last is from Kentucky was when John Coffey gave a twnuy dollar ter lees than a monlL'd service he was made World contained 221 columns of printed and toe nail. If a man hihI liRtiuiIry ArtlctcN. Tnlincoo, He is debt, $5 in cash and a 1150 pound hog to assistance. of State by President Davis, but matter, or 1.729,655 ems of type. The type it is enough to get his Secretary ClKni-- and I'ipcts. midnight dilati- Obadiah Coulter for a 1001b. old resigned in a short time and entered the setting alone cost S920 and 225,000 copies engaged frequently until until 1803, were printed. It ha, by great odds the ng prompt replies to inquiries &s. from mule. army, where he fought gallantly be a physical ImposA Middleburg merchant staying with HasjnstniicncdaXowUtorCniidlcs, Xnls, Raisins, Ornngcs, Spices, Flnor when hj resigned bacause he could not largeft circulation of any paper in the his district. It would H, II. McAninch Sunday night, was arous 355: JtiR ixlrncls of nil kinds, for Hip Holiday trade. A clicnp lot ofistn- to keep up his corresponsibility for him brook the control and orders of a superior Western hemisphere. dence without tho aid of a xhort hand man. ed from his slumber by tho sharp report nf tlonrry, Combs, Hnlr, Cloth anil Shoo Ilnislics. Since the viar be had nothirg to do with Ha pave- his stenographer a good salary a pistol. On investigation he found out VOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. were never politics an his disabilities Mr. Tbouips D. lUlnfy,.nMrrTUitTeioOiaHontj,b.etiri0iihli and treats him like a gentleman and not as that the valiant Col, Mac. had fired out of stock, na jou cm do He prided himself on being an Jeff. Hendricks shot and killed Frank a hireling. The Governor takes care of all the door to let some corn thieves know that ren.l on getting the lull t.tue of your ui.nsy when you IrtJtwIHi him. Your atrone rfptfully unreconstructed and unrepentant rebel and Renfro in Bell county. solicited. his Kentucky friends who come to townp he had weepiuain the house. was atiff necked atd unyielding to the The Fifth Avenue Hotel, Louisville, A new railroad enterprise is on hand and shows them the sights and introduces of the last conttitu-tionlast. He was a member has beeh forced to an assignment. Liabiland nearly completed in Lincoln couuty, tbem to the Executive and Departments. convention and there being no pub- ities $10,000. them Mr. O. O. Stealey has several good things. forming a junction with the Cincinnati lic funds to pay the members he paid Commodore Charles Lowdes, of the recorrespondent at Southern at South Fork station and runmeans, although tired out of his own private list of the U. 8. Navy, died in Mary-lan- He is the Courier Journal He had lost all his Ima round figure. He is the Washington rep- ning two miles up the creek to Gunnville, it took a $100,000. aged 87. York Star that re- with W. E, Gunn as engineer, stockholder, mediate relatives and for a year or two haa The Virginia Legislature has elected resentative of the New er. contractor and general boss. Gunnville, wag during of Mr. been almost totally blind. It John W. Daniel, Senator to succeed Ma- cently passed into the hands eought the comforts of hone in 18S7. Speaker Carlisle appointed him though a town of magnificent anticipations, this period that he at present consists of unsurveyed tnJ unreligion and joined the Southern Methodist, Virginia has instructed her Congress- his clerk at a salary of $1,000 per annum. and he died not ai those without hope. He men to vote for the removal of the whisky The place is a soft one with little work. I occupied lots. On a recent trip to Yosemite we called should think Mr. Stealey's salaries would was a wonderful man in many respects and and tobacco tax. war would have been classed up the snug sum of six thousand per at the Aiciw office and found Its local editor bat for the Judce James Pryor. for 20 years Cir foot Heforo purchasing your Uciiilay C5ooU call on among the leading statesmen of our com- cuit Judge in the Covington district, is twelve months. He recently bought a nice pleasant and sprightly, though be appeared to be in his teens. We recognized an old residence on Twentieth street which shows mon country. dead at the age of S3 i here to stay. His wife I a acquaintance in Bob Cooke Riy, who sticks Mr. Randall is right or wrong The two California Senators, Fair and that he Whether brieht. ncreeable little lady, devoted to type and otherwise makes himself generalin his opposition to the propored change of Stanford, are estimated to ba worth $12,. her children and domestic care. She was ly useful. We lately suppod that the the rules of the House, the chief feature of 000,000 and S40.000.000 respectively. Ellzsbethtown, Ky. --Vein had somewhat "stretched" the im which is to distribute the appropriation of Senator George has offered a bill to was a Misa Sherley, of Tbey have two boys; one named for Mr. portanceof the place, but found on looking public money among the various commit- pension Mexican soldiers. It is the same We Col. Haldeman, of around it had not much exaggerated. And examine their large stock of Elegant Presents. Wo have tho tees of that body, he cites the opinions of as the one passed by the House Iaat eeasion. Watterson and one for counted 14 bran new houses and wat inthe Oouritr Journal. Mr. Stealey is and able men of both largest and several yery eminent Since 0:toberl the number of iron to those gentlemen and tbeir paper. formed that within the last six months 30 parties concurring in his view of the mat- furnaces has increased from 163 to 193, and He hai been with them twenty years and had beta built. The quantity of lumber, ter. Among these may be mentioned Sena- the weekly cipacity from 63,552 to 76.C06 his faithfulness .and unfaltering work has slaves Ac. stacked around was simply imtors EJmunds. Hawley, Merrill, Beck and tons. mense. The great National Ihnk will not Acting on the President's suggestion a won him promotion right along, lis was Bayard and Rjpresentatives, Stephens, GarJefferson vlllo correspondent and be in operation before the 1st of January. bill has been introduced in the Senate to first their field, Cox, BUckbnrn.'.Kelfer, Whitthorne, The only disagreeable feature about the Young and others. All ofthese Statesmen suspend the coinage of the standard silver later he took upon his shoulder the State city is its mud and water. Bat it is supof Indiana and made the paper a power in have expressed with great force and empha- dollar. It costs over a million dollars a year Hoosler politics. He was city editor for a posed that the firs', duty of the new Mayor Every brought to this market. sis precisely the same ideas embodied in Ouretock of JlOOKSia full and will sui to time and has represented the paper in tie and City Council when elected will be to Mr. Randall's report in opposition to that less under a democratic administration every taste. appropriate meant to elevate Its main did hot political campaigns of Indiana and amendment all agreeing that such a collect the internal revenue than it New orkfor the last twelve years. He thoroughfares above the slush, or at least change will inevitably result in not only twelve months ago. a white woman to death was a member of the State Central Com- the first dally paper established there A negro beat great extravagance, but in much confusion himself a ougni io auvoctie mai measure, mil on and delay in the transaction cf the public near Nashville after outraging her. He mittee of Indiana and proved the whole the people of Yosemite are clevwould be a fatal mistake to was lodged in f ail hut the same night was most efficient worker. He is a native of business. It Everybody invited to call. Jeffersonville, where be started on hit er, hospitable and entetpriiiog, and the city adopt a yicious policy just for the sake taken out and hums. g rapidly, and if she doua put on There are four persons under sentence journalistic career. He is now about forty is (aa seems to be proposed) of humiliating Mr. of deitb in the St. Louis Jul. John O'llara four years of age. He has very little of some aira it it nobody's business as she is Randall. having been added to the number this week the word painting power, but is a vigorous yoing and bouyant. Gei; Wm3. C Wickham, who has been MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. for breaking Mrs. O'Conner's skull with a anl pithy writer, especially on political with the Chesapeake A'.Ohio since 1865, in matters He has a good nose lor news and beer mug. Managed by Jno. B. Fish. the capac'ty of president, receiver and secToe necroloeical record of the year is full of nervous energy. He is of mediJames Frazer is moving hia saloon ond vice president, has been appointed three distinguished nmea Vic- um height and will weigh 1 10 pounds He from near the depot to hia lot in the lower general inamger of that great thorough- contains Hugo, U.S. Grant and W. H. Vander-bil- t. eschews drink, but puff a cigar now and end of town. tor fare. Thoroughly acquainted with all the Plcaso accept un must sincere thnnka for the liberal patrounL'e vou have teThe greatest Genius, the greatest then. His distinguishing trait is the We would b glad to see Col. E. details of thoroid, the 'election could not given me during tho past year and I kindly ask n continuance of the watches the interests nacity vith which he and the Richest Man. elected Clerk of the lower Ihuv have been improvel up )n, and the stock- General made in Congress this of hi paper and studies the whims and An effort will be same for tho coming year. I shall endeavor to keep a holders of the corporation can rest assured of the next Kentucky Legislature to pia a bill prohibiting the levy- wUhes of its editors and proprietor". This The Coristtnns tree bids fair to be n he will conduct it economically and winter that Jay Gould by any State or city upon per is the secret of his s iccew. grind Buccess. Kmyone is taking an in successfully. Gen. Wickham is one of the ing of a lax sons from another State selling goods by enid in his famous testimony before the albeat men in the Old Dominion and teret in it. Let's have a gocd time. ground th&t it is unconsti New York Legislative Investigating Com though a pronounced republican, is now samples, on ttie Alex. I'cttet and Qeorgla Ann Pitman, mittee that he was tbia, that acd the other serving a term in the State Senate by the tutional. of this town, were married a and all near residents The Supreme Court of the United about some things, but under nny votes of democrats who appreciated hia opa few days since. We ftiled to notice the of the Su- circumstances an Erie man. So is S eiley position t3 Mahone and his methods. He States has affirmed the decision important event at the time. Court of Utah in the case of Augus a Courier Journal man. was a gallant Brigadier General in the preme Jesa Roberts was fined $5 last Monday who was convicted Hon. Henry Watterson is here oiring up Confederate army and was wounded severe, M. Cannoa (Mormon) and Sword was fined $25 and ten days iu showing his readers which ly on several occasions. He alsoterved in of unlawful cohabitation with more than the situation and the county jail for concealed weapons. lie wind blows. He is a changed way the took an appeal to the Circuit Court. the Confederate Congress. The future of one womio. Roecoe Conkllng and Gen. Butler will man from formerly. He has not tasted a Ojr reader will do well to look at the the C. & O., already brightening, grows be the leading attorneys tor the 'defense in drop of liquor for nearly a year. He ivof advertisements still brighter with so able and competent a lor this place before laving the trial of the Boston preacher, Downs, a companionable and convivial tempera- in their Christmas goods. A few of man at its head. our who hiB been indicted for adultery. The ment and fond of rich dishes and choice The horrible news of the unprovoked sensational hypocrite preached to another brands, and a social cut atthe"keerde,"but clt'zscs are enterprising enough to advertise their gosds. murder of a helpless lunatic in the Asy large audience Sunday. be is growing abstemious and working well J. L. Whitehead is making a tpe:ial of lum at Lexington, that There were 27,043,407 gallons of whis- in harness, Hia pet theory is Tariff Revis- tflort in Holiday Goods. Besides the us A trial with either will convince you. My business will ba conducted aa is detailed at length in the papers heretofore, and to those who prefer paying cash will make a liberal disky in the distillery warehouses of Kentucky ion and Reform and in tiiat he is consis- ual line of Toys, Dolls, &e , he will have a of that city. A. W. Platte, an attendant, on the last day of November. There were tent and peroistent and will fight or the good stock of valuable count that will enable you to buy as LOW from mo as any one. articles suitable for not satisfied with kicking and cuffing the produced during the month 759,715 gal- right to the end. lis is on the best of both ladies and gentlemen. With my best wishes, I remain 2t. poor epileptic, Jeese'Tyrte, of Rockcastle, terms with the Pr wider t and the Cabinet, withdrawn, tax paid, 1,159,515 A lunatic sent from this county to the deliberately took a pistol and shot him lons; Rin-da.lin fact everybody except Samuel J. exported, 149,849 gallons. HIGrG-IXVS- . asylum M Lexington, named Jeffrey Tyree, through the heart. Then the incarnate The Pennsylvania hates bim be Col. John Pitcher, of Moline, III., aged was shot and killed by one of the attenfiend himself prepared him for burial and W. B. McKinney, seventy-two- , who was recently married to cause of the hard licks he has received at dants Tuesday last. Tyree hod been Salesmen. but for the discovery made by an assistant John BmouT, Jh., aged nineteen, was found the hands of the Courier Journal It is Rebecca Well, in the asylum about 10 years. physician, the poor unfortunate would dead in his bed, with hia skull fractured, singular the way uncle Sammy Tilden The boya have been shooting at a few have been buried and his death believed to and hiB young wife and the hired man stands in behind these bitter boys. The turkeys up here. They would shoot more, have been from natural causes. Aa soon Sage of Grey stone is the friend of both. He She was his fifth wife. u he found out that he had been detected missing. bill for the admission of Dakota is personally very fond of Mr. Watterson but no one will put up the game. They The shoot Smith & Wessons and Colls (33 calithe cowardly murderer fled and is still at into the Union will be presented by Sena- and is in accord with him in most of his bre) and kill the first or aecond shot 75 large. Death, even by the most cruel tor Harrison at an early day. The repub- ideas but leans towards Randall in the tariff and 100 yards. methods in the days of the Inquisition, is is rapidly adding recruits licans, anxious to increase tbeir power in The North-wetoo good for such a creature and his is one Nearly $50,000 worth of mules, suitthe Senate by two additional republican to the tariff reform column and it will not case that should not be allowed judge or bs many years until public sentiment ed to tne cotton and sugar countries, weie Senators, will doublets pass the bill. Charley Jones, the famous third-bas- e throughout the union will point the needle sold last week in Maury'connty, Qa. The For several years the question of divid- man of the Cincinnati Base Ball Club, was towards the 8tar of Free Trade. The sil- prices averaged about $130 per head. ing Kentucky into two Federal judicial dis- walking along the street with a woman ver coin is safe notwithstanding the dead J. B. Loan, of Jessamine county, says tricts, haa beea agitated and now it has tak- with whom he 0 familiar, when she set of the President and Secretary of the that during the past season he raised en definite shape in the form of a bill pre- suddenly threw a handful of red pepper in Treasury sgainst it. Civil Service is a fixpounds of tobocco on 15 acrrs of land, sented by Senator Beck. It proposses to In bis eyes. She was arretted, but he bail. ture as both parties committed themselves and recently sold the crop at the barn for establish the Eistern Judicial district of ed her out. to its passage and in their national plat $2 300. Keeps always on hand a complete and select line of of Kentucky with the counties of Gallatin, Lucy A. Jackson, a daughter of Judge forms. An insane mothercremated herself and Owen, 8cott, Woodford, Mercer, Boyle, Jarvis Jackson, an old democrat of London, The best work the democrats will do four children at Portland, Oregon. Casey, Russell, Clinton, and all counties Laurel county, Ky , has been appointed to will be the passage of a conservative enter-lo- g Gen. Frantz Siegel, whose name was lying eact of them, the remaining coun- a $720 position in the Printing Bureau. wedge tariff bill and the adoption of once in every one's mouth, in connection ties of the State to form the Western dis- Thh is a fitting recognition of a good dem- new rules for the guidauce of the House by with the man "who fijht mit Seigel," was trict. ocratic family in a good democratic dis- which legislation can bs facilitated and not nominated for Panston Agent at Naw York was secured blocked nnd dominated by a band of mar City. The appointment City Eerald is at liberty trict. TnE Junction The President has nominated Hon. through the recommendation of Congress- plots, who ropreunt a miserable, distem to comment on our articles and suggest any pered minority. John Bigelow to be assistant Treasurer of man McCreary, improved methods it may desire for runA horrible railroad accident occured "Little Phil" Thompson was mainly in the United States in New York city. Mr ning this paper, bat when it says we spelled -Monday night near Atlanta. While one strumental in gettipg the appointment of Bigelow ia tha friend of Mr. Tilden, and NOTIONS,consummate with one "m" we rise to a train was taking water, another, running at his ousio, John Charlie Thompson Sureditor of the volume of his Speeches and point of order and tate that there is a limit the rate of thirty miles an hour, ran into veyor General of Wroming. He served L'tters recently issued. to our eudumuce and we draw the line it. The engine patoed half way through a in Congress with Gen. Sparks, CommissionA Socialistic Involution Association, right here. You are another, Mr. Hanssleeping car, standing on a trestle thirty er of the Land Office and with Mr. it ia claimed, has been discoyered in San ford. ALL- feet aboye the ground, killing twelye passthe Assistant Secretary of the In- Francisco, one of the objects of which is the Kentucky has been honored with the engers outright, fatally injuring thre?, and terior, and is on good terms with Mr. La deliberate murdf r of a number of prominent citlzsns, including Gov Sloneman, office of Speaker of the National House seriously injaring ten others. Bernard mar, so the sailing was smooth from tho commencing with Clay and Peyton of Chvlottenvllle, Va., a friend of start, Thero was a disposition to do somo-thin- Congressman Morrow. Mayor Batlett, Sen-to- r tuut-s- , eleven Leland Htinford, Charlw Crocker and Glvo him n call nnd gave money. running to Carlisle. for "Little Phil" upon the part of nearly a score of others the writer, is among the killed. 5cnu-fchlferiorJonri- Riddlebekoer, Mahone'a "mo too" from FROM THE NATIONAL ml Virginia, after ralnly trying to cancel the Special CorreiinniJenu of Tho Washington, D.--c 14 W. M. BOGLE, & e Mid-dlebur- g, Staple Fancy Groceries, n rat-terri- orercrj f ul d, HOLIDAY. Dor-shelm- PRESENTS! PENNY&MWER de-rot- Best Stock of Jewelry and Silverware Xaowesta We offer these Goods as Low as the MY FRIENDS & PATRONS. Polk-Johni-- Complete line Hardware, Groceries, Nlovcs, Orates, Hnli, Xsinie, Also the best Plow in tho market, Oliver and Mayfleld Elevators, Corn Shelters, Straw Cutters, The Imperial, Ntcel. well-sprin- g s, gal-lon- e; l. TV. H. cot-fin- ed st 1, ELMOTiC I .STANFORD, KY., ii bad-bee- n 27,-50- GENERAL SUPPLY STORE." Groceries3 Confectioneries, Staple Dry Goods, Mui-drou- Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c. .A.T gh, BOTTOM PBIOES. t2? Si-tcehliintmorout- Wanted. Two hundred" boaheln Irluli potatoes. BrUhl A Mitcilf. Dccombor 18, 1885 - BuBlnoBB Manogor. of Stanford, Ky., B. O. WALTON, Iv piper, you in thin H call fur it nnd it will bo in our next Nup, which will til-- o be h double one. you ilon'i hnv. mly ff wtut yiu want I. iMall AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. GlaBd 1 train Kolng North. Bouth, Houth.. Kiprcastraln" " " Norh.., r. m. li is r. m. 32 . 65 -- MtMMMM I A. u. 2 05 A M Bolar Ooo'lconsifltn of linen of and QieenMrrare, Candiee, Nut, Kalninn, Orancc and I' rework nt A. A. Warrt'i.'a "Model Orocery." CiiiaTMA8 mn Ihe kort It calculated on standard me li about 20 tntnutes taatar LOCAL NOTICES. tint. ' it he.d Buy your exhool booki from Penny A cattle for I cmis - i Junction City Herald. McAHstcr. With PVnny A McAllnler'n huge ther MT. VEBNON, KY. Trie land of the late Col. J. 11. Bruce Watciibb and Jf welry repMred on nhorl mometer and MoHibertn A SlacK.'" big nold at auction Wednenday at $37 25 for notice And warranted by Fenny A McAlIn-e- r MENDING A SPECIALTY. we ought to be able to get alontf the whole of the 811 acre. It wai bought 8171 with the weather without the annintaoco of by a combinntion and it is understood that Bur the Haaa Hoc Itemrdr, the l ! nal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl the Signal Service. will tnke the home place of Joel r Inter. I J 8. 38S acre; .ok, J. F. an R .b The Gold and Silver Bind will probably A complete atoclr of jewelry, lnteM OR. T. Iu. to M. atjle ltockfonl watcher a specialty. IVn-n- give a grand mimical entertainment one eron the 270 acre adj lining them and the Late of Borerly, W. Va. baj otTrm tbo & McAllMer known a on. I anorted blitorrlm toaltrayinubile. A Urco night durirR the holldiyn, in which they Bourn Brother the 110 acr on bind, ho line of Dritss wlllhe ainted by the ben tilent in Stan Tract No 3 With Ihe receipt from hi tbirge for wrltlDK prescrlptlo s when filled by PERSONAL. me. Office In jara. Giro uie pm i fffectn, this run the total of the of your patronage. ford. A nipper the name evening i also WKiin Ma j Til to. KtNo went to Loutallle lalkrd of 7. I.. MtA.IKI4N,JI. Mt. en'ate to over $75 000 Wednecday. Look. Xma Price for everybody OANHILLE. BOYLE COUNTY Mil. Waltkii Kaymo.nii in in FrankPure ntlck randy 10c per lb., bent French fort for a few darn. C'jpt. 8m M Bxme, of Somerset, is Mixture 12jc ter lb., mixed Nut (No MT. VERNON, KY. Mies Mn.iRri Lewis Ir vlaltlm rel another grand-p- . Hi daughter, Mr. Win Peanut) lCJc per lb., Florida Orangen field aliyeo In Parkiyilte. Sootl, of this place, presented her husThlsoM and Hotel Is still mainfor $1.00. Laer Figa ICjc Men. taining Ita fine reputation, Chirgei reasonable. Mn. F J. Wayman i bick frnm a band with a fine son, ar.d London Layer Ralnlns lCJc per lb., tl-.- lt 'enj-tto Loulatille. Tumbler Biker and George Baker, Special attention to the traveling public. lb. UrlRht A Melcalf. 31 V. SEIVCOHH, J'ro'r, -- Mn. F. M. Anci.ly baa cone to Mont per charged with killing Din L;wi, on the Mt. Vernon, Ky. Ala , on a buaintM trip. of u are liable to make mis- 21. Inst., In a quarrel over twenty cents Omiry, The beit Miw STrniEN L. Whitehed, of Ml, take and in npeaking of young liable we worth of eggs, were held for further trial, C. W. Vernon, I, the ctiwt of Mii Luella Kara are especially liable. We published that without lu.il. Chas. Biker, also implicaley. CHEAP ted in the tragedy, In still at large. Will Haya' baby wat a girl, Mwia J. W. IinowH and John B who cucbt to know positively when those The trial ol Wm. Goggin, aged about that MT. VERNON, KY. Fib, of Ml. Vernon, were here Weiinei-da- y. it is a bay. Wt therefore take affirm what 10 yar, for killing Wm. Rjbiuson, who back wm 12yinrs old, at Junc'lnn City, some Mips Alme IIviidle la yiniting Mlra we mid. Larrfe and fine assortment of (Jrocirlet always wh re near tbe 1 it of 8p'-- , began Tuesday oj band. Try blm. SpaDgler, of Cjvlnetnn, who wat here dur The long talked of Bnk at William Ini; the rummer Junction City Herald. burj I about to amime real nhape Mr and was paued over until to day. Woen Mn. Wim. McKiN.sr.Y, formerly of John W. Siltr, who I lo be the cashier, wan Ribinnon wa firnt shot his injuries were T- the M'..8ilem neighborhood, thin county, here thi week, getting print from Presi not thought to bn fatal, but after lingering Hu8tonvillo, Ky., bai purcba-e- d a half interest in a stock of dent Hockera to how to run it. It will have neyeral weeks, erhap a month, he died. Km ps constantly on band a large and select line of wa acciHi defence i that the nhootln good at the village of Cox Creek, Xelnon a rapital of 50,000 and will not be a NaGroceries, Hardware. BIotcs. Tinware. Wagon dental. oounty, and located there. and Buggy Material. Milt J.I mc and Cement. tional Bmk. Mr. Stm M. Wilhile ha Sficclat attention rilled to hl lino of Ueco -- A Inb'eaux and concert wa given at Co I. A. M. Swore ii home s.'aln from bnen oflered a piylng position in it. rhoal Book, always on rated Cnlnawre. tbe 0, er Hcime Wedntndav right for tho hand. T J KOBtNsOK, HuMon-ili- e. foreign wandering. He bad a jolly hit An eroneou idea neem to prevail in re benefit of the Hiptint cl urch. About $100 r tim at d nnif near blm; forced Into by a tote of K irrpjao Princwe, gard lo the nale of old maidn which will wa realized. An interesting feature wan who were bully "maahed" on hi beauty, take place under the auapicee of the ladle the nolo sung by Mrs. Owsley Dunn, one Watches, Clocks, Ac, left All partlrt ha-lllul he preferred being a free Kentuckian of ihe Pretbyierian church, in the store- by Miss Alice Nichols and one by Ml-- s in the Inteimoh Jouiinal building Mattie McAIUter, also a duet by Mintes for repairs must cill for same by Januar, 1 J8!C, room on to a foreign appendage to royally. oi the night of the 29.h. The nale will not Lillian Foster and Emma Cook. Price's or tbe artlclei will be sold for repairs. Transcript. S3.it T1IOS. HICJI AllUS. Miw. E. A. Lackey, who in 75 year be confined to old maid in reality, but a Orchestra furnished music. number of weet little maiden and pretty The result of the demccratic primary old and ha tint b en her for 10 yearn, J. W. WALLACE, from Mmour. Wednesday night and young mirrled women will be auctioned election is as follow?; Judge Lee's majority over McFerran i 162; J. T. Bailer, for in the gut n' of her daughter, Mr. John VY. off ! Hiul Mii Jennie Ltckey, of Ltncanter, The trial of the now fiinou mule cue shenfl, oyer Salter 18; for jailer F. W. who ha bMi gone nix mrnlhn, returned In which the Buh boyn, who were tried Shumate's nnjority over Helm is 04, Hos Stanford, Ky. with her. They left lb Inchr of mow on and acquitted of mealing them, sought lo kin received 17, Smiley 29 and Ctylor 33 tbe ground in Monroe county. obtain their value frcm Mr. E T. Pence, vote1; James L. Webb's plurality for asses- Tbanklng tn y customers for their patronag In t li e put, 1 ask the una In tbe future. who purchased them of their reputed own- sor is 110 oyer Walker and Yesger. RobJ. W. WALLACE. LOCAL MATTERS. H2t Harding, R 8. Nichols, O. Brumfield er, wa de:ided at midnight Weduuday, ert Bio line of flrewcrk at Peverance after occupying two full days, in favor of were respectively nominated a County AtBro. Mr, Pence. Mr. Robert IUrdlng for the torney, Circuit and County Court Clerk . j and Surveyor, without opposition. With lias on band a IJEACTirt'l. weather hi prevailed for plaintifl and Judge Haulley for the defendant, nude 'engthy and fine arguments row i nominated Coroner over Eiwardn by Nice lot of Fruits and Confectioner la-- t three day. the the necond trial of the cas and the !! majority. Thl ies, Nats, &c. See the opening o' Ctirl'tmr. good at coeln foot up much more than the Rev. P.T. Hale, panlor of the Bp.U value of y. T. K Wallin'a chinch, and his bride, formerly Miss Bo Will ba-- e Special Attractions f jr Chr atiurs. tl e mule. II linger, of Maylield, arrived Monday and WlL.1. pay each for a carloal of corn. 'marrIaoes. repaired at once to the Clemene House, E unite of J. M. Bruce. JOHN B. MERSH0N, Mr. John H. Caldwell and Miss Klin where they were warmly relcomed by the Coal Vanen at cost, you can get a bir J .daughter of H 8 Reynold, were marri- numbers of the church and many other gain at Ilright & Metcall's, friend". They found their room handed yentrrday. . m SfANFORD, KY. Miss Emma Lou Hopper, daughter of somely furnished, and in one of them tbe Auction Saturday, commencing at 10 following Fine broiza pitcher, Hrother Joe Hopper, wan married WednesA Lylle's. o'clock at Haden day at the PrmbyterUn church, Perryville, from Mrs Pobt. Hardinr; handsome lamp, Special Attention Given to WANTED boarder by the day or week to Mr. F.lmore Montgomery, of Louisville. with beaten brocz bae, Mrs. W. C. Price; Horne.Klio?liijr. Junuary at Severance Bro. nfter Mr. John R. DunUp, tho popular tine Burmese vane, Miss Bessie Stodghill; s manager of the young biinlne-Louisville elegant plueh table scarf, ornamented in All Kinds of Wagon and Buggy Canned Gooih of bnt brands, and Qmmncinl, will be married January 7 to Arasene work with snowballs, rod and Work Dono. all new packatie.atT. R. Wnltoirf. Min Icadore Pollock, of Wheeling, W. Va. thistles, Misa Djra Harris; gilt and silver Buy your Christmas cindles from SeverTho runaway marriage of Mine Hattie pitcher, Mm. M. B, McAlistei; two brotze ance Bro. They keep none but the bet Frinbie nurprine her friend in this county. figure, mantle ornaments, Mrs, Eugenia Sole. good. The ceremony wan pronounced in the PLo." Whitlcr; silver cake biaket, Mr. and Mrs. As Ad:nlnltralorof Mrs Pvllr Shaiks, det'd, I You will mis a heap of fun and lots of nix Hotel at Lexington, and ahe is now Brig,''; a beautiful picture of "Fiora," will kII to the highest bidder, on Misa Miry Fisher; fine Italian water jug, good music, if you fail to attend the Rink Mrs. D. W. Cobb. Saturday, Docombor 10th, 1885, Mr. George Ringer, editor of the Mon Mrs. Sim. Slaughter; elegant writing desk. lo night. At ticcllo Signal, is so fond of Coffey that he Mr. and Mrs, M. J. Firrlf; silver seryice, ihA her late residence, 2W miles from Stanford on proD.rtr. towlt: Dn. O. Goldstein, the optician, will be r la. the follow ln .. ..'.-- " ha secured a supply for life in the person Mrs. W. F. Erane; silver acd Bohemian One No. I Ml k Uow. 1 vearllDE lien-- r, a ioi oi today, Georgetown the 19th of Mine Lee Ctiljy, whom Ac .a lot of at Dtnville glass jewel case, Mis Jonie Farri; old Hots. SO shocks.,.11. Kodder, llAn.nkntl of Corn in the he married last UnM .in.1 ITtt.lton ..ll 11.... and Lnc.ter the 2ht. China pitcher, Dt. Fayette Danlap; fine Furniture. The Farm of SO Acre will be rented week. The top of the morning to them. same time. Terms mule to the hlgheat bidder at picture, "A Helping Hand," Mr. E. H. known on day of sale. T. R Walton has opened his Christmas . K. OWHLEW Adm'r. DEATHS. d Fox; beaten braes plaque, Mrs. E. A. Goods, Go and nee them. Prices for evMrs. Pnobe Gooch, aged 83, died near Hundley; velvet couch, Messrs. R. G. erything lower than usual. Waynwburg a few days ago. Besides Sev- Evans and A. G. Whitlei; handsome couch Five share of the First National Bank ern children she leaver 41 grand and 61 pillow, covered with plush and ornamented of Stanford was sold Tuesday by Davidson great grand children. in "crockel" work, willow rocking-chai- r, Eubank to W. P. Tate at $120. Mr. n. II. GrAtz, editor of tbe LexMr. and Mrs. R. P. McGcodwir; steel enington Gattlte, mourns the loss of an excel- graving, handeomely framed, little Julia Oiianoeh, lemons, bananas, grapes, pears, fijs, raisins, dates, apples, nuts, candien, lent wife, who died in Philadelphia this Gentry; willow buket, Mrs. E A Atkin. A Danville gentleman, a partial friend STANFORDSeverance Bros. week of a chronic dissate thafsho went cakes &:., for Christmas. thither to have treated. We extend our of tbe author, has placed in tbe hands of Will hereafter be known as the The wheat crop in this vicinity is look- condolence your correspondent, a little book of poems ing weak and puny, owing to the eevcral entitled "8ong of the Heart" by Elvira RELIGIOUS. severe fre zes and the abience of snow Svdnor Miller. The lady is a resident of The great Biptlet revival at Owinn Louisville, and readers of the Conner Jourboro terminated with seventy eight addi- nal will recogniz) in this book many old To My Customers.-- 1 will not have the LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT tion lo the church. friends whose acquaintance they first made Ihe time to go around to see them about The Mayiville meeting closed with in the columns of that paper. Then they Tbomaa G. Moore and Laura Moore. On Petition. their accounts and hope they will call in Notice la hereby glTtn to all whom It may consettle Jn. lit. I need tbe money. 120 conversion and $18,000 raised to build were often marred by the stupidity or careand hare a Baptist church. lessness of printers, now they are presented cern that Tbos. O. MooreInand Laura Mooro heard tbla court, to be Please don't mike me wail on you. II. C. filed tbelr Joint petition Five reformed women took the vail at a the autbor mtcndfd Uie world to eee at the special term tbereot, to be nolden on tbe Rupley. 1S36 praying the court to mt the Convent of the Good Shepherd, Louis- them. Many oi the poems nre gem in 8th day of aanuarr, empower Laura Jaoore, tbe wlife of Thomas U . Presbyterian Pamonage will likely ville, a day or two ago. The m'1 and ronrey for her to thought and style, nnd all of them betoken Moore, anyuse, enj9y, she may own or acmilre, own freo nropertr benefit to do eo at be cold, it having been Citholic prleBts in Montreal are de- bright innelbilitiin for the future. From from the claim and debts ol her busbandi and to meeting, if it woman and the Wednesday night prayer nouncing from the altar skating rinks, a collection ro meritorious, those best quali rnakecontracts.su. own be sued as a single of her name and dispose and to trade In her can be disponed of at a figure to be placed g and tobogganing slides as fled to express opinions ai to the best, property by will Or deed. Ordered that this notice be published In the on it by Meesra W. M. Lickey, Jamea hurtful to the morals of young ladies, newipiper might well be expected to dlfier. These, Journal, a Kr. at at Stanford, In Paxton and Steele Bailey. Mrs. Trueheart and Mrs. Swaggarl, of however, because, perhaj-- s, the writer has leaattendaya belonttheLlnciln county, court at sitting ol this thone tbe Millersburg Female College, will Iec read them more carefully than others, it luripocia term of Janury Sth, 1858 Besides our Stanford merchants, the Lincoln Olren under my band as of Mt. Vernon, Lancaster, Hustonvllle, ture to the LadleB Miesionary Society at seems should be classed among the best, Circuit Court Ihia Hth day ol December. 1883. J P. BAILUY, viz. "A song of the Singers," "Ihe enchantClerk ulncoln Circuit Court. Crab Orchard and McK'.nney are represent the Methodist church tonight at 7:30. 1 ed stairway." "Mr ladies picture," "L A careful peru iParia News, ed in our column Senorito," from which the following is an The letter of Mr. Barnes appearing in extract, sila of whnt they have to say will be men. this Issue is full of hope and consolation to 'She pasted crenel j through tho tbrorg If you act on their suggestion. ey to you A perfect poem let to tons, erring humanity. That it may bo read and While e'en ber waving fan had Uugbt In redewing hia subscription 'Squire L preserved we have at his suggestion printed Some toIccIcm love, the ipeecb It sought, B. Adam writes bh follows from his new it in pamphlet form and those desiring She did recall a night or aura, From home at Montgomery, A" : "If poaaible I copies can have them by paying a small Solt icrentdn 'neatb lattice bars, think more ol your vfcy valuable paper amount. A rose flung silently below in that county, Where slept tho moonbeam's drifted mow, uow than when I LAND, STOCK AND CROP Low whispering vows, for Ioto to mark from my 'Old me all the ne for It A dagger tbiutt made In the dark." A largo, finely Illnstrated Pamphlet, Kentucky Home" and kind friends left beBig lot of8.lt at T. R. Walton'-;- . "Tantum Ergo," "Tho novice" and lastam pjrsuaded I have B. W. Houno A Co., of Scott, sold 300 ly, though by no means least, "With a descriptive of the Northwest. Statistics hind, of whom I many, in the Went Eod particularly, judg feeding cattle at 3 J to 11. lock of hair." This poem was written in compiled from official sources. Sent Free F. Keld sold 50 mnl ing from the expressions of regret at our li in Vt.l T memory of Mrs. Annie B Cook, late State 0. H. WARREN, Librarian, and i'a r touchinz tribute to that on application to departure. We, however, live in Lopes of , q, Montifooiery nt $70 and 4 aged mules MIm MllVr'n book will lorlnp "ninw G. P. a. , St, Paul, Minn, -. Kl UllOtlUk lutin "t.61 nt well repay a careful p rural, ' har-omelor-u- Dot' Cakpenteu any, that Biritone nolo nt the Itink vlll be worth many lime-- the price of imMon nnd what Djc dou'i know about imnic l not worth know inc. - in The Lebanon Standard and limoi nays Some person who Inn not nl'ogether the creamery men them only lot $0 000 oyer come hi Mile iim i nt-- -, stole nf SSOOOs we 8 H ed abitit fort gallona of rurberr wine fr.mi 0ttloftr weak aid it In LouU a home in the knoln lte' t occupied by O. vll'o QioUlion run from 2 to rt wn'n. H. P. MaDonutii,now dfceased. Th wlnw Hog are alno weaker at l) to 4 05; aheep wae the property ofJ. BjII Caldwell and arenleHdy at 1 to It cent. UK)u nearch being mad-- ) on Wednedy, - Ltiarlle SamJldg-- j ha bought of Tho two bottlea were found in the poeie'ninn of D. Eoglih about the finet jick In this a colored pjrnon named Burrell Hirrin. country. He In fifteen handri high, (thut i, Tho balance ha not jei ben found, the ll"" not Charlie) and cmtJGOO. Char-- , lie nay he now bai the finest hore and ' .1EW AIIVKUTIHEMK.Mn. jtck in the land. Will Kennedy bought I neven Sed of cattlw of Mr Ponton, of Bi'l n-- r Id-v- J- - E. RYAN & GO. JIUOT02tfVJ(II,JB9 xm I KY., GRS ' Dry Goods. Clothing, Boots, lauoes, xxats, Uaps. A large stock aUaya on hand. After January 1st we will quit the credit busmen nnd will Favo you money by paying cash for goods. Thanking you for past favors, we ask a portion of your patronage in tho future. i. oi ny, tint re t;uod for 3 of 9o0.pout.cl E. NICHOLSON, Root ailll SIlOO HI llkci. ' JVC Wo tic e e I.VI13rM JEWELfiY, SILVERWARE, VASES, XOII.ET SETS. AWI coun-bous- pen-ona- NE.WCOMB HOTEL. well-kno- A Great Variety of Toys, Confections, Albums. Christmas Cards, teo-- , and all kinds of Holiday Goods Cheap, at b PINO. "TIIE GR0CEK," (83-2- G. F. Kustonvilie, XSLy. McKinney, Ky, PEACOCK'S,. J. ROBIItrSOXtf, F. DVC. "WARE age, mat-riuicn- Take .Notice. With tlmnh8 to friem's und the public generally f, r pan liberal pat rou- to announce that I am batter prepared than ever to serve them with everything usually kept m a I beg Lex-iujt- General Supply Store. ons, also -- BLACKSMITH I am Agent for Oliver'. Chilled Plows and repairs and Studebaker Wag. Agent for Lebanon, Frankfort and Danville Roller Mills Fiotir, and can supply any quantity at any time at bittom prices. My Christmas Goods are riving Daily, And they Ar- W. H. BRADY 1 Arc to be Sold Regardless of Cost. As my time for iuvoicing will be February lit, at which time there will bo a change of firm, and being heavily stocked, especially with woolen goods, am determined that they shall go. Again thanking you, I am, respectfully, to-da- ' -- The Blacksmith, P. ML". WARE, HcKiunoy, Ky. pre-ent- s: lt, OF- - oiI &-- Administrator's CHRISTMAS GOODS! -- TO'DAl, F11IDAY- ,- Din-rlll- - DECEMBER 18th, 1885, - iJY 8I-t- THE ST. ASAPH KY. I. iff) -- EM Il A.CIN- O- m pro-tcctit- Portinan House. Toys, Fireworks, Candies, Cakes, Fruits, Nuts, &c. Lots of Pretty Toys, Plenty of Fireworks, Most Delicious Candies, Splendid Fruits, Nuts, &c. snow-ehoein- pub-llsb- el DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM. LIST OF FANCY GROCERIES. Citron, Prunes, Currants, Seedles3 and Layer Raisins, Mince Meat, IMaccaroni, N. Y. Cream Cheese, Oatmeal, Buckwheat Flour, Hominy, Beans Pickles, Grated Co- coanut, Honey, Pure Maple Syrup, Cooking Figs. clt-r- 83-- -- JUST ISSUED. re-ld- ei Letters Golden Latitudes. T. D5t."W"-A.IjT02sr7-Corn- er Main and Somerset Streets, ''' U. The Interior Journal Steam Job Print, Main Street, Stanford, CiNMIMTK-- . Sent Mt&b Interior Jonnral HIBERNATION. NOT TO BE FOUND IN MADRIGAL. ll'rank Dempster Sherman. All tho world is bright, All my heart is merry, Violets and roses red, Bparkling In the dew: Brow 'the IiIv'h while; Lip tho crimson borry; Hark, I hoar n lightsome tread Ah, my lovo, 'tis you I mo birds, nnd sing to mo; None so happy as II Only the merriest melodies bring t me When my beloved is by. OontlHt. HTANKOUD, KKNTUCKY. I.nelBratrel, rext door to INT- aU Jou! Al, otr.i. OOlce hours rrpm 8 to when rior tin icllon M.and t to6r. M. Anejithetlciadmlnl.tered nsip nn nooouarr. 1151-ly- DIt. W. U. l'HNNY. FOR OOUQHO Mriu UKO. J HAlfsitfm is a medicinal preparation, ami, at the samp tlinvm c Icgiint nml cleanly toilet article. Its action upon the scalp Is healthful. It nourishes the glands which support tho hair, nml causes thin, dry hair to thick, soft, nnd vigorous. It restores tho color of youth to lock) which li.io become f tided with ago or disease; nnd by relieves nml cures itching, c.uii humors of tho scalp. Dr. George dray, gives mo Nashua, X. II., writes: pleasure to testify to tho wonderful cfTccti produced by Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Itcnowcr, ns observed by mo In very many cr.nraixi.v ltnsTOiu: cae.' lr Till IIAtlt TO IIS OUIOINAI. coi.oit. It cleanses tho head of thmlrull', and leaves tho hair soft, glossy, and beautiful." 1 T. W. II. WITI1KKS r. . r.n.lldale far Atieuor. lutdcct to of the IH'iuocracjr. A CONDITION THE ARCTIC REGIONS. An Explorer What Ilia OlMerratlon of tli l'olar XuiILne Pay Animal Region Sat Glreu to the Habit of Ovor-Sleopln- c. BENEWEB. It K. lhelniocratlcprty. la a Candidate for Aasewor, subject to the action nl J. KKIVNEY LUMBER! Drosaed Pine Flooring, Ceiling, Weather Boards. Finishing Lumbar, Groen Lumber In the Eough, including Laths and Shingles. Ml ax.I An raimiuni In ronTonirnro "rortlie ilclnltr we ui "ntarranaul &ai '" ,, J . with bare fnrdand yard, nn aiaorlmoul t" keep nn hi. It. HViDTII where ther can Kt It as cheap n Lumber, . Sfy SrWS' r. ( Ull Wing to flKOUCilK ti. (JAHI'ESTKU Is a Candidate for Ooanty Clerk. mbjKt lo the tion of the Democracy. ac- be-co- . . Time.l subject In Batumi history than tho hibernation. o( ani"It mals, and no one which bat boon much leu studied amon; tho largo r animals, for tho good and aufllciont reason that one of their main objects of hibernation U tuch a to put the subjsct beyond the easy Investiga-tiowill of man. The very first conclusion at which a ponou would jump, following up heelTand TOE WALKING. an inductive lino of reasoning, U that of all other places in the world especially fitted Prtnclptes of redestrlanlsin Tho Flat Saiulhcln, 1010 Spruce t., Philadelphia, for hibernation In every particular ossential Foototl Gait Knee Action. (and not worth much for anything el) the Pa., writes: "After uii:ivnillngly trying San Francisco Examlnor. the inoit Arctic country is a number of preparations to prevcut my In tho early history ot walking in this likely to be so used, nnd I am afraid that hair from falling out, nml, realizing thnt I inot ideas hivo bjon nrrivod nt by this country, Sir.In Stern midoamllont on a New was fa-- t becoming bald, I tried, ui a lut seven minutes, York track obthat timo jumping nt them instead of by porsoual resort, llall'sllnlrl'cncwer. I have used considered very fast. His style was not servations. boel and too, and formed qui to a contrast only four bottles ot tho Itcucwcr, and am WHAT TUB INDIANS SAY. to that of Mr. Mullen, who afterward, In a perfectly ntlsflrd that it Is lho best prepaIYobably in the study of the habits of mllo competition, open to all comers, walkod ration In tho market for checking tho animals, and specially thoo on which they Mr. Stern off his feet, an 1 on tho last lap f.illlii:; out of hair, Iiniir.itlirj th.1 h.ilr depend for subsistence and clothing, the spurto 1 hi m out of sight The square plantsavages are fur superior to civilized people ing of Mr. Mullen's legs and heels was reroot, nnd promoting a new growlli." It may not be proper to say in tho "study" marked and appreciate 1, anl thereafter of animals, but rather in that peculiar boel nnd too walking became tho stanlard knowledge, which U abjorboi by constant of Now York athletio clubs. Kulos contact with them in so many ways, and gait made regulating the walking gait, and were which after all is the mo.t thorough in habTIIK d shuffling was relogntod to tho its of animals, but in no other way. I often shad as ot the past. the Equlmaux regarding this questioned country, Mr. Armstrong In lino, in subject, expecting to get same minutlm not walked seven this race In very fast time, mile a unprezenorally kuonn, but was totally commends itself to nil who havo occasiou won the amateur championpared to have them toll me that they had and thereafter United States, and hold It for of tho to use n dye for tho beard or novor heard of such a thing before, and did ship by Mr. hard pres-o- d otno year', It will change gray, faded, or sandy not bellore that any ot tholr animals over Holsko. No although oxamplo of the two bettor whNkcrs, to n beautiful brown or black, cut up such curious capers as sleeping stylos of walking cnu bo found tho whole winter. ns dolrcd. Tho colors produced nro tlnvwj of Mr. Armstrong and Mr. 1 cited tho caso of tho beam hibernating than natural and lasting. It cannot bo wndicd UoUke. Mr. Armstrong employed the gait in tho white man's country, and tbey reo(T, contains no destructive Ingredients, kneo action, with a plied that they had killed or teen polar ot Mr. Perkins, a high Is s'lirip. -- afe, convenient to use, and swing of tho hips and a mechanical, boars during every mouth (the Eildman, strong Mr. Ilolsko'd stylo was effectual. like so many savages, have lunar months, enormous strido. with vory littlo action of more l'ltKrAIIKU II Y or thirteen in ths year, calle 1 by certain in- kneo natural, quicker movoment of hip the and cidents likely to happen in them, as the leg. and a R. P. HALL &. CO., Nashua, N. H., U. 3. A. young seal month, or moon; tho dovekie Sold by nil dleri in medicines. that is, the Both walkol moon, the "reindeor migrating" moon, and so on) of their yoar. This statement of action of tin knoo straightened tho leg just theirs I bad toveral chances afterward to before tho bool touchod tho ground, throwpartially corroborate, and came fully to ing tho toe up and necessarily lengthening gait tho conclusion that it only ueoded a longer tho stride. Tho advantages ot this why aro it is sojourn in that country to confirm it in all avidont, and if it should bo asked accepted as standard and others rejoctod, it tiDDortanl particulars. may be answered that tbo straightened limb Hole i have beou found in snow-bank- s Is without a que i tion tho position of beauty, whore bears crawl In, as bears crawl into caves in our own country, and it is oven strength, and skill, whereas the bent knee is posaible that some of those aro oxcavatod tho sign of weaknoss and the refuge of IS WAKKANTED to euro Fevr nnd mongrol-gaitjpjdss-trian- s, Ague, Intermittent or Chill Foer, by bruin to protect her young for a few ditchers and skippers, and all such. Fccr, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, days, but there has yot to bo tho first reDengue (or 'Break-hone- '' Fever), I.lvcr In a raca, if the pico be too stiff or the corded iiutancj of on 3 of these creatures Complaint, nnd ull disciises urislng from man tired, ho naturally coin's down to a 1)0 i iix caught in a sltimlr of a more Malarial poliom;. d gait. Tbo ballet dancer uses the character than a nU Ill's sloop or a carnal nay. Kven tho protection of the stiffened kneo nnd pointed too, and tho prin"Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1SSJ. heel exactly joung cubs noted abovo, can only take place ciple of The and toe walking is uso the tho "For eighteen months suf-crc- tl exanno. actor and orator for a short time, or can only bo casual tho eagle with Chills and Fever, cos for they have teen caught follow- tended, full sweep of tho arm; tho powor and of ing tho mother, so my bo,t Esquimau au- tho kiug vulture maintain having Chills evert other day. thorities told in 3, whon they could not havo tUolr graceful flight by tho After trying various remedies pinion. The athluts lifts bis 100 pound bell fcoen over a few days old. recommended to cure, used a to the extremity of bis rouch, aud if he did HVl'EIUlOItEAN HIBERNATION. not, his performance could hardly be called bottle of dyer's A$uc Cure, and Anl so It I with all other anlmnU, my feat of strength. By Instantaneous photo-raph- s have never since had a chill. wo find that tbo foreleg ot tho racing rifornmnti t j1 1 me. I havo mystdf killed FDWIX HARPER." .polar hares in January and Fobruary and trotter at full spjod is stralghtonod just be known thorn to bo killed and seen in De- fore tho boot touches tho ground. In fact, riinPAHED BY cember and March. This would show that if a man Is cut out to be a walker, ho takes Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Hrus. if they hibernttel at all it would bo by to this utrnlghtonud-kueo- , gait Sold by all Druggists. "fits and start." However, the hare family naturally. do not hit ernato with u, anl it Is not fair Opium Den Not at All Gorcoous. to use them h an example, and I woull not New York Cor. Brooklyn Eagle. "aove done sj hal I not seen a statement in A short time ago I made a round of polar bojl: accusing thorn of this trait, along with many others, nnd probably opium dens In New York with some out of finding its way therein as much by a town visitor.', and I found things going on casual nil. take as by any intention of the hi protty inich tho old way. Tbo out of in time. Kidney diseases may be prevented town visitors were not improjMwl vory much author. by purifying, renewing, and invigorating Eveu ptarmigans, or Arctic grouse, havo by the opium smoking hore or, nt loast, All the stories tho blood with Ayer's Sar.saparllla. When, been accused of huddling togother in little .iior didn't seem to bo. formed by piles of large rocks, lbout tbo gorgoou smoking dens with through debility," the action of Hie kidneys and as tho crust of snow over them was so Turkish rug", Moorish hangings, Oriental Is perverted, these organs rob the blood of obsequious attendants subduod demo and thick that thoy could not break divans, its needed constituent, albumen, which is lights and tbo like, are absurd. The best through it anl storos of food wera found inpassed off In the urine, while worn out I ever saw in New York, by side this peculiar domiclb, it was inforrod ?pium den matter, which they should carry off from that this might b calle I a pecullur form of which I mean tbo most elaborately furthe blood, is allowed to remain. By the hibernation. This, I bo Hove, was in west nished and decorated, was in a disreputable use of Ayer's Sarsnparllla, the kidneys Ureenlanl. The habits of those birds may quarter of Crosby street. It was In a basement with boardod walls, floor and celling, vary with th-- ' different well defined arc restored to proper action, and Albudistress ot the Arctic, but in north ind tho bunks and floor wore docoratod minuria, or Hudson's bay and locality, where I spent with cheap Brussels carpet. There were mo or two familiar prints of two winters, I think I am temperate in saying that I taw them ovory week in the win- lowors that bloom in the sprlug, and a bad ter timo, from the ilrst snowfall till it left lithograph of Queen Victoria on tho walls, the ground. Aud so on through tuj whole wbilo the Chinamen in attendance wore Ayei's Sarsaparilla also is prevented. jarments that were rathor coitly in list prevents Inflammation of the ktdiicys, and but decidedly dirty in appearance. I am inclined to Lelievo that hibernation, In tho majority of the dons tho floor and other disorders of these organs. Mrs. Jas. like great depth of snow, will bo found Miinowhoro between tho polar and tropical bunks aro quits bare, though occasionally a VT. "Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Tlaln, rough straw mattress Is found. There aro region', und not in olther. I have an fdoa Mass., writes: "I have had a complicawhich 1 will not dignify with tho tlt'o of uany people who can not smoke opium at tion ot diseases, but my greatest trouble ilh It has a nauseating elToct upou mo, but theory that of all of the higher orJer of has been with my kidneys. Four bottles ihcro is no mistaking Us powor ovor the animals that are kuown to hibernate in ths of Aycr'a Sarsaparilla made mo feel like poor wrotchos who bjconn addlctel to it lowor latitudes and tbut have corresponda new person; ns well nnd strong ns l'ho dens nro literally everywhere just as ing species in the jwlar zona, tlio-whos ever." VT. it. McDonald, 10 Summer it., coverings are changed to suit tin now tho Chinese Inundrioj aro overywhere, for Toglons, either by color or abuudnnt'o, never wherever there is a laundry there is pretty Boston, Mass., had been troubled for years hibernate oven in the broad-H- t sens of that sure to bo a room In tho roar w hero poople with Kidney Complaint. By tho uso of word. Strictly raking, this ideu an- who know tlu ro;os may "hit the plpo" Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ho not only nihilates tin iiloa ot byperborouu hiber- when to inclined. There is no reason why in opium deu should bo gorgeous, for nation. On co a convert to this ilou, thenuro imoker.s hurry out of the places ns soon as any reasons for its being true. J ithlng .hoy have como to, un 1 surroundings have thi! disease from assuming n fatal form, tons than the lower forms of life, with a 10 elrect on them after they havo put their but was restored to perfect health. John lips to the pipe for the first timo. tow order of vitality, could rosslbly live off Mcl.cllan, cor. Bridge nnd Third sts., she fuperfluoui Ibsb aud fat which they Lowell, Mass., writes : "For sevoral years French I'lillosopliy. could k ore up In the short summer during Cor. Boston Transcript. I suffered from Dyspepsia und' Kidney ilio long winter of those regions. Wo know Complaint, tho latter being so severe at that hibernation is not a completo cessation Many young Frenchmen who are tblr.t-m-g for pleaiuro suy thoy wish themselves times that I could scarcely attend to my of life, but rather a form of it wher a surplus ailment generally in the slmpj of fat lead. The burthen of thoir philosophy Is work. My nppetlto was pour, uud I was usel us the fool, and tlio auluitl emerges that life Is not worth living. Tho truo much emaciated; but by Uilng thin "as a fonce-rni- l' at the end of it. All Gallic spirit is Hubelaislun rathor thau and the molunoholy mania now aro of short duration which liibornatloni ifflictlug it is a sign of the morbid nulady aould not obtain in tho Arctics. it tho times. Tho posslmlsts have boon .ilconed to so many Jobs, but to Jobs ot a Why Are riilis. Luminous? maledictory spirit, with plenty of curses for Arkausau- Traveler Phosphorescence is observed in a great tho ovil things of life. Tbo dlsoao from been variety of marine animals, but Prof. Y. C. which tbey suffer has black called tho boue mud It Is a sort of Mclutah remarks that tho functions of the noire. tho spirits like the mildew, which Ilea my appetite uud digestion improved, nnd the latest &jmlnotty can not yet in explained, the jponmy health lias been perfectly restored." liseasj of the Freuca vines which, of conditions und'.r which it np .wars being courso, tbty toy comes from America llns Sold by all Druggists. very diverts, lho numerous views which upou tho grape. .Vave been advanced to account for Trice. $1 ; Six bottles, $0. itself rangs over n wide area Knotlilnz Hit Feellnc. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ajer & Co., Lowell, from Its production by electricity, by conBoston Courier. Mass., U. S. A. tinued agitation of the water, by putrefac"Lay the cat on lightly, please," said tho tion, by fmbltion of light, to its manife-tDelawaro to the sherlll who was aon as a vital action in the animal', or a ibout to apply tho lash to his back; "lay it secretion ot phosphorescent substation. on lightly and you will sootho my angry 0LUBBING RATES. feelings." Destroy the Harinoiir. "Soothe your angry toolings!" said the To thota d 'tiring additional rcadlcg mttter we will club the Tho question ot dress at the Italian opora iberilt. puzzling Phlladelphfan, who protntthat "Yes; a soft tan, sir, turuotb away SEMMVKEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL Otto harmony of a row ot peopU In evening wrath." As follows: dothes is destroyed if a man in a check ult 13 00 With the Weekly High ltate or Mortality. u woman in a poke huppon to t seated sad 2 50 Now Yoik World ' " An Irish country doctor, conversing with a olther end. 3 00 Nur York 9un 1 friond about tbo high rate of mortality Oil lu the Illack Hill. 3 CO Harper's Magazine " then prevailing, remarked: "Bed ad, there ' 5 20 ' Tho oil discovered in the Illao!i Hills is ire people dyiug who novor died before I" Bsrpfr'iWKkljr amid to closely resemble the lubricating oil " - 3 00 Southern lilrouac Arkausaw Travelor: I aiti' gwlm tor 2 60 i deund nt Mecca, Ohio. The oil company Koine atd Vnxw roach o' dat it las located alditional land and established loabo my britches Inmo up an'do man mo dat In lrt, no matter wlit publication jou deelre, tollin' ill do time follerln' rave you we can furnish It with our piper and a district to bo known as LowlauJ. so want.-'-, ter do mo or faber. tie trouble and Mene uf mutttlng for It, 30. accord-da- s licm JOcm-sto?- ! Jiganilits aud cattle thieves aro, Nth already paid, can Old auUorllcni vb to the odlcers of tho Georgia penlton the'iivlTM of ihljdlljr l.y pajlus Hie differ- arsil y, end must .uatifv 'he .rjmni "The tfau-tbo best behavod nnd most usoful e'ii,''i r hi. Ihj 1 n e IFrcUerlcU Foliwatka In Clilca jo Thorn is not u mora intonating All tho nlr is sweot. All tny heart is quiot, Flaocy clouds on broezH warm Floating far abovo: Eyo where soft lights moot; Cbenk where tho roses riot; Lxtk, I ei a gracious form Ah, 'tis you, my lovo I Wlnz to her, birds, and sing to her; Nspne so happy as shot Only the merrlost melodtos bring to hor from met Only this nies-tif- Jccl to tho arllon ol the t. . j. n. WILMS JOHNSON rountr, mb . l...f..a II a n..u win r,,r Aa..ir nf t.lnroln Democracy O. of our Mo will al.o mske estimate. for from indirect. not on h.in h. wiucii r win nn n nmn iioflce. StKLl'ISJb 2S-6- BAItNETT i.ri. "'7. 0,?O A ... .....I.-; - .at.. t t.M.r nf Lincoln PIANOS, OltGANS, MUSIC, Ac .Uctioa of the IHmo- ciuyr.u.o'rtop-rimr,.. ... ..... . craiicprj. ... We areaiennior i'i oiu .ui .llt.1 i"" t.hii W. T. SlUNWERS lue uctnocracj. JVJCXJ3L-IL.EBIlSfa It a Candidate for Jailor, aubject to tbo acllou ol nn. Orn, Mu.ici jnerc"m Kenluckr m. Decker AiiloinsUe Minlesl Jionthju J'ltumrHt llro... and N.w Knitland I'lano.. ., ,, . td ' " rvvintr Clerk ol Lincoln, tub- - Chiircli A wlUUioa.loaof thi temieraoy atruiuenl, ...-- T. M. PENNINGTON ii i.i-t.- tnakcrml A Son. li e n ill-Mi- lerett KnaU. Co..lIallon .'' lnstriimnts - and h,i lnlt in 'i r a fum n( tr.4 itMt'ltU la (hi tWU flatl M Ttvioa rmtrmtiit fl Siil I ihr rvift) Kh 'ii i fin-- f tit itra in,n, llrIUI ! H (Jtlra ftfclM, Hfttautiai titttraal prliwIfU Ihai toMtt r fUfUit th vftrlf RMMtlDf eench, tul tttna (tttrtrM trm tr mtll ufT Ut falM tsMvlHMi oomMiM IU U f tti . ,r jlIDGEM'.O. IIANSFOU1) to the ii. ......I tiimn illBiririri-'- ' .......... worn inot erffct In the te Iliu.lratnl caia'oRur. . Co. nnd Die) maker. ..... Clniijh A Warren, Jbn HlerlllK. with th. patent KtT ."tit in tr4r uTtM for L Vte. WALTFRA TAY10KtAUapU,O, "tt itAQittmcUj Ak iU'R-rnrRH- i4ta U PV4t, flew It rp til (n el kntva rmMf Ut Caifftt, Crii M caUttblf, atif i"ir h I nto .'R'4 roRiiui. f tHiwy aiJ CblUna TmUibc rraib Attorney for Ii a CandidateaMlonCounty Democracy. ot the ol Lincoln, also the Nt reforenrm from ll.o who ba Aftu.k..allllltSSllFlla. louglit ami irieu any oi me iiuiniuunwi Ky, .. inenl. Addrva. u at ilanford, ... . --... n. aj.ijr .afAA .- ent Iree l all who apply, Hotti lor tlbr Dr. M.I, KOUHXK, MDfcrd. LOGS WANTED. t J I! DOB T. W.VAUNOX . fandLdate fill .T. to theoffice of Conn-,'- y oMImomcy Buckingham's Dye WHISKERS D. SWOPE flat-footo- Lincoln, subject Candidate for County Clerk of Jo.lhe action of the Democracy. GEORGE II. COOPEIt of Lincoln. 1, a candldtte for Cou.ity Clerk emocrailc ).riy. I he action ofUn-- l .ul-Jec- t imi-tach- e. heol-aud-t- o la. to ine candidate for Circuit Cltrk. lubJeU ol the democratic prty. JA3.EP.IJ"Y T.D.XEWL.iM) tor I will pay the highest price for good, sound STAKrOKP. KY. Cherry and E. Q. BURNSIDE. - Propr Walnut, This Old and Woll - Known Hickory Logs deliverHotol Still maintainB ub ed at any station of the High Imputation, L. & N., K. C. or O. S. R. It Proprietor is Determined that AND MYERS HOTEL, it Shall bo rieoond to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. R. J. 0TTENHEIMER, Crab Orchard, Ky -- Jrct to tlieaciionoi I, a candidate thrift of Lincoln county, . euh- - iiict"""-"- o W. Ii. DAWSON I,, JeV Ague Cure ut AYER'S County, candidal for Jailer ol Lincoln tetn mlon of th to and frota IL.K.ne lo.a free of eharna. Special .eromaaodAtwill to Commercial Traieler. The Har .Inaya .applied with Ue cbolce.l Claar. rand of I.Uaor. wllIboie;ei '"'' N. a:. SAM. M. a lwtW OWENS f)f ad . . CaJojMSViiU NiwAntar iiummmmmmmr Cnicaco Ri is- - Dyspepsia & Asthma Can Bo Cured. Dy-ir- ThroURh Coachoa nnd Pulluinn Stooping Cars. From for "t". action of lh. Democrad ,''13 Jtller Lincoln county. suV I). l I. f OAKPEXTEK. d .ut.jm Canal.htc 'or B Hon of h JAMES lil?MU IV. -- ui I iMs Mr Clr till Judu In lb y J.ci :o tli. action of ituDetUKra. lf a H County Atltrnry , W- - AI.COUX Il" it. v. wxunv.s I.. IhimIhu. the he .1. wllha aematlon irlow .ptfln. er Kidding. IrriEuUltrof l.iw.'a. r. Iney. and Mot hiart. unfmiuently I aldutln 'f the -If jlu are luO.r.nil with any f tbe.e .jwptomi LouIntUIo lo L'lilniKo, a. Tbete I. prhat.. . nodle ot iieVeutuptolhe and one, too. th.t or ImllKiHtl-'nCliKliinaU to CMilcaxo, .reieBl tlwwj ba. la(We.l Ihe akl'l ,f the mwl of tha thiunlr phtalr'an. Itulliiimpollf, lo Clilia(o Ml their ..Mgln In Dy.wwl. alh.jm.'; pellle 'o. of rimh, loin, are loai of . THROUOlI TIME TABLE lullneM ir weight In tb tnin.rh. mtwIomI imn--n or TOiflltlnif. ailtllU. fltulenw. dull e. !. Via Arr. I abyette.. .... wido-extond- I t. t Candidate tor monwNlth Attorney t to the actleo of the lewocMcy. trlct. .r .... O. . II. WAIHHE .... f "l Ailrrn.r nf D,--- - DR. HOLT'S " t'tllrk . ... . .... IMpml I I2upw 12 au; 10 p w ID a m 00 a w Dyspeptic Elixir will cruc you. For .ale by Dr. M L llou ue, Via ClBeliwaU; l.i Arr. Chlngn. " lndlariaulli. Uwclunatl . Ml I I 3taral 4lpu II Tall) Ky.T tL.lly ,!!, SUuf.rl. tm ici Hmulay l'l 10 p m H a ta iia n,J,u,.-;.uK,o,....c..UnU- the D'HioirjUc party. l'p.uiejwir (L. V A. and A ticket read, tl lho hoel-aud-t- Be Warned Judge of the 8lh I1- it Candidatetofor Clrenit be the elation ol In.March. iul ocrallc p.rty to be bdd tie l.t ISJC. JOHNS. VAXISKI.E Louisville & Nashville R. R. -- L.&N. TIIK OIKAT- TO TIIK MONON ROUTE, a, It la the qMrVrt. Ihe Iiihi lo Cbl-ij.ti- d polnlj In the North e.i. Tlckil. via the Moron 11 its en . at all prf n- elpl ticket otU'M. rile, lu.pi and lull In .uiiaatiKfj, Hiiarr.1 WM M IIAMUVIN I, A.lhicso. A J O UI .I.LY.U ! A , Iiui.t III. tujit direct Cll'y) I:! Store Roomjor Rent. THROUGH TUUNIC LINE Koom In Thk The lars. and denrable fetore building frantlni; on Main it. snow-hous- SOUTH & WEST with KEHTUGKY CENTH B. 1 BUILDERS ATTENTION Kecpeomtantly on nana watber-lardlu- i. 1 ''illiic.UrnNH Itoufc.'' Bhortest and Quickest Route from Obd tral Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fait Line Pullman Palace Sleepers. IiOtllHVlUU 4e..t lo-- est VJ(,JIT drs. luh, ""V. it, mouiuing xbtcalF. to IN'aM.iv.il, .tlVIlipillM' lltwrn CI.VCJI.-V.VAT1 race-courso- s, Blight's Disease for'salor 3IY IIOOHE A-N- rent. . ...-- -. Atlanta, I) LOT- - Utile Koch, Mohlle itnti Sew OrleiutH. Only one .Tliiiilimiiiirv. LKXI.UTO. A' I In Effect Oct. II, lSi, Ko.lJ No.,, Bun. S 10 tex-,ur- coil and .moke houMMd 1D f001 m'T' ()n Danrllle Arenue, in Btanfjrd. The rooms, cellar and porch. Lot well Iropror-I- . .tall., bViwr. house, wMon ihe. chaste to point. In IE. tfo. i Dally K. Kun. "' M. a j.'jiriiiaui.wMAii. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS becking hniiiM on the line of thl, rual wilt 1'fclal Lt. - a tu g lalineulii.. .. 9 55 a mi 9 ' yntbl.na... II a m;io Arr. I rl in it a; a mil " Iilnglvn p ml f CoTlngion a SI p u1 10 p y ou p in ' ni prt 2 00 pm 1 31 ta 37 p m r. 15 m r, J7 p ,,, 8 10 I. in 7 POSTED. , , o tti.i tiir lands rati.. irieltr jtlchmcnd hiinlW for Katun nranfihlec ele, or m1iiii. a iiri.P.finlt. except vWtlM tre.inK '';"vVton MT tir.Sn Aeulaof thl. Compiny Ac, or iirtlM c r. ATMnitE, n lor rate, roulei Ky. . l)iil.llle, r. at. a Rowland Lre, HHjIiiiiiTT Arr. Herei " .S,,t,'h''"rr Unra.lnr .... " ' I"" " lOopm , '.. 5 13 p m, fl 00 p,n pD ...,".;...'; .. 7. .. 'i " Llrlnotiin., Noatn-Hoi'SJ Sliuiu No. II ui p 111 - - .."IT tmni....Z '. No. 3 n " - "Z"",'" No. , 1 Prevented expect p oteeulion to tu extent A.' M. KKLAND. oJ.'Y'j, bAMIOK IBtVlN. " Dr. E. J. Nickorson, Physician and Surgeon, Office i5S'2' ,tv, cS Lie. l.iTlnk-.ton...- Arr. Illchitond Lie. Kowlaud ," 'yr4 : .. j ' . . ' L.i.ca.t.r A,rHUlmond 7 t n ( 10 '' Arr. Wlnchder Arr 1'arl. I'lrlinioml .. -- ... ...: II 0 ot a m 1 7 03 a ml 2 !'' ' (,jp m tr, a in m H m . . 2.1 a an ". at Central Hotel. Danville, Ky. Lt. IlnKton Staaiuj a 3 Vi a m' a m ." Z Uan-terqu- e, AYER'S LTr1A,,,V .rnlUIn lalinouth Arr. Ui.iiijton . n PileH - 1 Sarsaparilla iiml FlHtulu Perlcclly Curcil. 7 2J a m' 1 to pu7 "4"iTi7m 8 .IOpm BJOpui g 51 a in 3 51 . S 51 t)A3niii 4 4 p m 57 pin 80a m r, 00 p m 8 45j.ni '""in u ATAJVILI.I: IIUANCll. FKoTBi, I I I No Knifo, Llgaturo or Caustic TjBOd. Swift's Specific HoaTiJ-BoON- Dally Dally Ex. Bun, Ex. tjUQ, 7 fo. 3T," - thophos-flioroscen- v wife-beat- er i la nuttire'i.owa rcinody, made from root gathered .Lexington Irom the foroiti or OeorgiA. The method, uy wmen , In"": from the It I. mida wa odlalned br a half-brir- d . Mild. No Detention! From Creek Indian, who'.lnhablted a certain portion of Treatment JullUMIII.,,, May.Tllle. Cleorgla, which waicommunlcateJ to one ol tn Business. early aettlera, aud.thu. the formula bu been bandrJOUTl-Uoilied down to the present day, The aboro cut tbe method of manufacture twenty yrnra Xo Curo Certnlu nnd Permanent. ago, by Mr. C. T. Hwlfl, one of the priwent propriLre May.Tllle....... Cure, Xo Tny. " Johnson etor!. The demand haa been gradually iiicreatlng 11 Carll.l laboratory U now neceasary toiup-pl- y until a 1100,000 " Mlllertbure. tho trade. A foreign demand lia been created Arr Pari. 8peoial Attention also Given to Chron-i- c and enlarged tactlltlei will be nccesury to meet It. " Islington " CiTlnglon Troubles, This great Ltj CoTlnjton,.., a, try . -- . 2 00 4 20 a ml 8 ... ii.taiaKii in KM08 a m 10 ,10 a 111 M pm p m n 2. a 7 07 7 SO nm Dally Dally Ex. tiiin Ex. Hun 5 43 a io n 27 a m 7 2(1 a m ,a a : 4 a in 8 IS a ml 9 10 a 111 I II 30 a ml hfoTl TfuTST- - j Kidney & Bladder .. 11 2 43 pm 3 28 p m 4 23 p ta : 1 47 n ,n 5 is pm 6 10 nm 8 43 pm Courier-Journa- l- . As well as all Dlieaac peculiar to Women. J Vegetable Blood Purifier Cl'IKI 0,V,arle.ndwmbe.ound.rhr. .n t,A rltl.ultod (TOO otDce at nil .... NOTIC. Triln.il anil t - .1.11. I. .a ciiMter. Xxlniton and CoTlnKion; other tra ne aru dally except Sunday, CheaapeakeAOnlo Tor Ml. Huntington, Charleston, W. V lw Fait fJllA' Va. a an.l A tne nexi iuiwj times Hv ncrmlulon he refn to tho following jcena. irwin, . A. Lackey, tlemen:J. 8. IlosW. Stanford. Kr.i Judge O. F. Lee, Ton Murphy. W. uVton, lr iuu' mreciconn.ciionsarelnadeat w neheiterwlth axir.a . !.. cury or rota.h. Books on "Contagloui Blood Poison" and "Blool . teeKIn- Ky.; J.P. Johnson". nry.nt.TllI. and Skin DIicmm" walled free. ?:yti,mJlWi.TllirK?.i V A. MeOlrlnl. , IjowllW For sale by all drtiKclstn. J. v . Hughes, Orcu. Kr ; (ieo. Hohon, Jnd-tiik bwirr tii'Kcinc co., Drawer S, Al'nnU, V. I'TiUiil. 5. Iljblneon. Lancaster e Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, Eczema, UI- cera, Ulieumuiism, iiioou iaini, Mcr- H rcdltary or otlicrwl, without tbe uo of Ky.: 1 hos B W&WKXW?" " and wiThinSioplll.C. Thrniirjh Dl. . t llrlrata atiil .1 deitlnatronreacneri by ,VitronTl. ,"UC,'0 ,0 a, r. ii. Kiwiasr., w. II. WIlriTLWEY. .. - AabUnd imJKasiwn clt. I. 11...... . BU" Dt ; n Ky I'aaaenKer Agent, 0. C. vr irTl,t0UJvy Trar. I'a.i 3snt, t Oennml alunajor. U. W. PIILLKIt i I teemed to deepen. His eyes were bolkjsv, and his cheek Ha nttendod bust sunkon. devotedly, and no ono noticed any change In little Mark Farnham. The winter passed. La to in March the leo In tho river I egan to move. Boon a tremendous roaring filled tho ears of the cl ti.T. M. Jlorrni la The Current.) tans of Oxbow. People galberod on the bank to see the ice go out It wai n grand "Coward P Tbero vrai a ring of infinite scorn In tbi tight, at the huge cake, noarly a, foot in volte, and the little bookkeeper roolo-- and thickness, wont crashing down over tho dam shrank undorlt. Ha felt his Inslcnlfkaneo with a mighty seething, grinding roar. then if never before. Why could ho not bo On with Irresistible fury swept the mighty n man anions monl He bad uttered tbli masj, hurled with tremendous fury by tbo question mon'ally a bundrod timoi, but bo rapidly rising waters, which tbe warm nerer felt hU littleness as he did that night spring mini bad augmontol to a mighty when that one word of contempt and scorn flood. Closo behind tlio ico enmo a mighty fell from tlio full rod lipi of Janet Lyon. Jm of pine lcgn. Tha rivor wan fast Klio wm the acknowledged belle of the clogging, nud n huge jam was formed Muskegon valley, tho daughter of the senior against the dam which had lately been member of the linn of Lyon, llalgbt fi Co. built across tho river. Jatiot svas not a child of fashion, but n "A jam mutt not bo pormlttod to form strong--, healthy child of the pint) wood. there," cried John Lyon, at ho saw the rollMuskegon was the ond of the world to her, ing nnd tumbling mast of logs halting, and at the sumo time of which vte vsrlto wai choking tlm river on tho brink of tho dam. a mere village, with no rallwny connection Among tho-gathered on the bank was with the oiltildo world. It wim yet the River Dan from tho Dam. lumboropolM of western Michlguu, and "Get yer boys!" hecrlodiua rapidly grotying In iuiortmire. loud volca. It wa at a uance In a log hoio near Tho log had already formed a Jam, nnd Maplo Top (hat Mark Fnriilmm rvcolvotytho with picks nnd pusvips, rebuke described. A great, linking logger men in red uhlrta,tbo dnugerous Jam, workwere flocking to bail trod Urn on the tklrt of Jaii"t' ing with might nud main to keop tho and iipwd It at the waist The logger mighty mast of plno moving. merely "illank tho droit," nod wont on Tho feinab portion of Oxlmtv was out with Ills dandii;. "Tho Instill ting puppy," exi'lmnio 1 Jnnet. wntchiu; tho movemonbt of the with tin hixt clicok. And then, n iiiimttc Right In tho centor of tho river, not fnr w tlm watr bollol nnd seethod later, she luriiol on Mark het from was Dick Wellington, giving escort, n llttlo, fdlctv, with inlld over tho dam, blue rye ami eltViulimto cn-- t uf counten- ordori in stentorian volco. It was n Lynn'it cbouk placo, nn 1 Jatiot ance, with i ho ono word tun, i wn oui blaucho I at sho fait him. sketch. The logt on thu further shnro tvoro kept Whnt would she have lilu Iof Too well tlm pole llttlo ol.kt r knew moving, mid th? current of tho river awept the tmckvo-jd- i code It was his duty tc that way with tlio fury of tho nvnlanche. had been working nn hour Insist on an apology fruti the bulky liyger, Tho or Hog him for his insolence. Tlilt Mark with depcrnto enorgy, nnd many of thorn Fanilinm was notnblo to da Ho knew the woro exhnutted. "Oo ashore, boys, nnd got a lunch; tin man who lmd Jnnet a a bully and hnrd jKt fniii nonr tho Dam. u vlllnge ou greate-- t danger Is past; Wollin?ton nn 1 1 will hold the fort until you return." the river some six mPoi from Mnplo Tiiji. It was Mr. Lyon who spoke. Ho had There's no use having nny tlMiblo,' cni.l Mark. "If tho follow trouble you again gono to the conter of the river with the coolness of en old Tho men I'll settle ulMi him." "Oh. the idea!1 cxclalnio.1 Janot, "I think obeyed. Tho greater part of the lo;s had tho noxt time I go out In compnii) It will be iamd, the principal danger twins, over. with a man," nnishe turned her bnck on Half tho river was yet blocked rith logt the little tH,.kkmatr, and Lo;on ril.ttltig pilol to a great height, forming a Jam thtl her trouble tin group of girls near. The lookod impregnable. Kcnrcoly had tho last man reached tlu "set" was disarranged by the incident, nnd anothor couple was called ou to fill up the shore, when a wild cry roo above tho roar gap, and thin the dance went on n though of tho foaming wat?r. "My the whole Jmn it golngl" nothing had happened. Then came n loud cracking, a terrific roar, Mark Karnham noticed indlgunnt glancei turned tonurd him by the bncknoodi laws, and logs went with a mighty ruth over tho and knew that the word coward was passed dam on the Oxbow shore. "Good henvonl thoy are lost!" from lip ti lip. This cry went up. as nil eyes were turned "I wonder if Jar.et would be bottor satis-fle- l if I should offer mywlf a sacrifice on upon Mr Lyon and his foreman, now the the altar of her t ffnndod dignity. I might only occupants of the jam. It did teem as get my bead knocked off, but what would though they were doomed, but thoy were be the uol I'll sot that Daiuiht and make savod for tho tlmo as by a miracle. In tbe center of the dam a few logs held firm, and him apologise, If I dlo the next mlnuta." Hut the little bookkeeper was not per- soon all had swept through but this bit of mitted the prlrilrgo of receiving a thrash Jim in the middle of the stream. An expanse of foaming water bollod past on Ing tor Janet Lyon's sake. A newcomer bad appeattKi upou the scene In Uie person either sldo and tho narrow jam swayod onl of Richard Wellington, a magnificent specb trembled as It hung suipomlod over thodam. men of inuicular development, with the It.dow, ton foet, wat a tea of foam, whom the dress and air sf a gentleman. He was Lyon, water, In (touring over the dam, was lashed Knight A. Co.' foreman In the great mill at to wild fury on rocks nnd tono. Hoth men felt tho awful danger, nlmoit Muskegon, nnd a prime favorite with the certain death, that stared them in tho face senior member of tho Ann. "There's no chnnco for tbem fellers; "Tho coward permitted that rufllan. Itiver Dan, to insult me grotily. It'll bo a long tbey'rn coal as gone, thnt'i sartln," uttered time before 1 am soon In hit company again, Hiver Dan. Swaying nnd groaning, the floating island I can toll you that," Janet was saying, as sbe paMJ tho llttlo bookkrotr leaning on seemel evory moment ready to go ovor Into tho boiling waters below, A dumb horror the arm of Mr. Wellington. "Whom is the fellow now)'' questioned reitod over tho crowd of startled logger on shore. Wellington. Apallld-cheekogirl, wltbitreamlng hair, "Never mind. I do not core to eo him reached the water's edge and sto-s- i with again. it drop." "Hut I will punlth the scoundrel as he de- outstretched bands apnlltig to strong mon serves. No man shall you while I am for help. No ono moved. "Am you all cowards!" sho cried, facing around, Janet," "No, no," and the fair glil clung to tho tbo multltulo. Hrawny men with red shirts arm of her Apollo-llk- e companion. "It it were there, but none mi vol nt tho appsal not your quarrel, Dick. I shan't jwrimt you from tho girl's blanchod lips. "No nm, inlts," said River Dan. "Thatar tomukutr uble now, I know if you had many inlnnltt. Noltody kin been In Mirk l'timlinm' placo would Jam won't have promptly knocked the rulll.uulovwi. I help 'em; they're goner, Hire." "Tal-yonder canoe nnd go to the rescue." was so nhmnol of hint. Ho U it little cow JanH w oi.l I have ruthed to tho roicue ard." Agn'n that wotvl. It cut like n knife, and liorolf hit I not strong arms hold hor buck tho pallll little bookkopor never beforti fait Weak, tnoniilng, nlmct fainting, tho girl his uttir inxigiiillcanoo ashodii that night. ploodol In rain. "No use'; a Imat vould go ovor in n JilTy He was g' ttheu the dance camo loan Hut Jnnet wn nlremly tucked under tho Them felleri can't bo nnved." "There Is ono dance in a hundred." robes in Dick Wellington's alitor whou A low- - voico utterod tho word?, and Juliet Karuhnin wont for to rile back with htm. Another limit . Tho pallid cheeks of nwnsUnler form glldo pa't townrl n tho llttlo book So per held two spjU of Haute small I ml Inn ranoo thnt rested on tho bank About tho man's arm was a coll of ropo. as ho went nlonoto his cutter. When the man gained tho foaming of "(loin patt the Dam. nln'tyel1 A stulwnrl form. In rol shirt mil overalls the wntor ho strutt; his arm aloft nn 1 cried: "Btmo of you take an end of this ropo. 1 loouml up before tliobookkepurln thu mouii-ligh- t. nm going to recue those mon If potslble," "OoodneMl it's the little bookkeeper." Karnham at once recognized the man who "He'll drown, sure." had cauiod him such extreme humiliation Hut Mark Farnham heodod not tho comthis night "I ant going pnst tho Dam," admitted ment of tho crowd. Ho teemed to renlfzt that tlmo was precious, and at onco pushud Farnham. the light nshen oanoe Into the river. Seiz"Alone ing tho piddle, and fixing his rops so that "I expect so." it would pay out from botweon his thin "Mebbe you'd tnko a passtngcrP knees, the little hoookkepor bogan paddling "Certnlnly; get In." Tho hugo bully thrust himself under the up the etrnam. Strong hands lial grnpod robo. Fnrnhnm Mate I himself bjildo him, tho end of tho rope ami It began paying out and then thoy wont spinning away over tho rapidly, when Farnham tumtd nnd shot twlftly Into tho centor of tho stream. the oiwnlngt at a rapid rate. He managed to that the canoo "Twrs you with that hlgh.tru-i- Lyon down on the upper sldo of the swaying came Jam gal, wa'u't Instantly the canoo was oucked under and "Yes," admitted tho bookkeepor. sprang to the surfaco of but "Sbo lo Mod mad enough when I trol ou lott, logs, Fnrnhnm rope In hand, nnd quickly mado the bor drit. Klch trails I don't admiro nohow. one ond fnt to an upright log. No sensililo gnl would wear 'em to a dance; Quick, Mr. Lyonl There's no tlmo to but then 1'vo boon thlnkin' 1 didn't do thu lost." cap, so ttheu you msj squar' thing Tho remonstrated, nnl urged tbo gal ngln, jost toll her I'm sorry I tore tho bookkeeper to go t.hend; this ho absohor droit; I diln't go for to do it nohow. lutely refuse t to da You'll U'll horl" Mr. Lyon wont forward, grasped Fnrnhnm t.af I that ho would. Hlvcr Dan ropo nnd pawd, hnnl ovor hanl, to tho tho was garrulous, nnd did most of tho talking, thoiv. A great s'lout wont up whon ho nml tlio llttlo bookkoopir folt that uudor hi 'nnded. rough iiuuuors tho giant rlvoriii.in lml n Next enma Dick Wellington. Ho was good heart, nftor nil. Fnrn-limnnl tho rops sazgol "You oj, I'd boon tnkln' too many drink, hoavy,folt tho jam tremhlo nt badly.surge nach ttns what niled me, cajt. I wouldn't insult Iho foromnn's body. Suddenly tho log of to no roipoctablo gal for nothln' In thu tturld. ' which tho ropt was nttachol gave way mil Tho explnuatlon nnd npoloy wore nmpl", full. Intnntlv tint ropo flaw far out into nnd nil thli lmd oomo nbout without bud Iho strenm. Dick a, uoar tho shnro nil I blooJ, a row, and blooly fnco . Ou tho whole, Farnlinm felt that ho hail pursuul ivas r.xcuol. Iwokkpoper stoo 1 Thu litll ) nlom on tlio o nfter nil. tho vlosf cour lam, which was now tumbling mil threat-ul- n Tho llttlo bookktqwr left River Din nt to fall to plcfos. Fnriihitin'.s fnco tho dnm nnd llnsslied hi? journey to Oxbow M.mcliol, Ho seomod to renll. that ho wns alone. lonntJil. Mr. .: it mailo no mention ol tho troublu "Another oinoa, qnlpkl (!o back, Disk nt tho d.oio'j to hi t bookkvepir. HU daugh- Wellington, nnl save Mr. Fnrnhiinl' ter gnvo nn nccount of hor oscorlN oottnr.l-Ice- , It was Jatiot who spoke, but the drlppln; liiinlfi-ninbut fnllel to Into that Apollo turne.1 ntvny vMtti n nimbler. lutorr't bit 111,'litor tliwlrjl. "Not for a farm tvcnl I I risk my Hfo out Mnttrs went on after tho old fuslilon. yon lcr again." Mnrk Fniiihim had been a frequont visitor Hu whs not cnltu I upo t to do so. at tho Lyon Uoii o, I ut since tl o tlauco ut A giMitt crash and roarsickanol tho croud 'I u h I himolf nlttui'. Mnjilo Tho y shore. Tuo jam, vlth its loiu occupiut, hal hel llttlo b .k'; had beon hint m a ten ler idi disapiwaroll kpot, ii'i I") could not forget hotr Jnnet lookit I nil earthly hulp." "Tho man M 'on hu uttero.l the ttonl rowur I. It Tho iiii'xuiaii CHini ofton lo Oxbjtv, nn iris Dr. Gould who utterod tho words n ho Jnnet RiU the h uidune Apollo wero mu'li n-- from the buttorod, blood-iii- g tigethrr. 'I ho loggers couple I tbo n.iiiioi form oa tne nam!. l tln ant intimntol thai, DM. From bolovt thtditni the little bjokkeopjr would feather his mm lofori Iiux hud beon draggol from tho river, bleeding Ti.a tf o lo Mrenivr honvd, but leinunu-.- l He lay at tlu .eot of J. mat tntl iiuensiblo. nlc.it. H'j c uld ii it dlseim n subjsct tl ,t Lyon, who Iteiit with streaming oyei nbove was of u most iinfui nntiro to him Ho tlio dripping body. Jmu't o.ir.tl a miothlng for Ii'm, iintd w:ik!'' nuunol tin "flpeitk to me, Mark, thnt etrmr ut tht Muplo Top dance. Ff in tielle, Tbe wuitj lids unclosed and n pair thnttii o ilie had cut him olhctimlly. He )f 11 no oyos looked into tho fuco of tho lmd jnle nt tvU ns tho lollo of the Muke-Ron- , nnd frrtn that fatal nhj-h-t they met as nal meellng girl. A smile touched the purple lips. nt HARVEST OF THE POOR. POVERTY-STRICKE- T.WBI TTrrnr... . ' n . THE BOOKKEEPER. Welllngtonl I knew I savod hlm-D- lok lored him; it was for your sako, Janet, fou you will forgive me for being a coward now." Oh, Mark I MorkP A faint tremor moved ht frtmo nt tho girl attempted to raiie tho llttlo bookkeeper's hood. A momsnt later she held a doad weight In hor arms. The great soul of Mark Farnham bad gono from tbo small body forever. Oxbow did Itself proud at tbe funeral of the llttlo bookkoopor, and one gonulno mournor there was at least tho bolle of Mii'keon. When Dick Wellington asked fnr her hand two months lator, he met with f. cold rcfutal. Sams people wondored why Does tbe Jaunt Lyon novor unrrlel, roader wonder! -- A PEOPLE WHO HAUNT THE RAILWAY TRACKS. N 0?W.0r.hHoM,Dm't'0 '"us Oxide )m duilnlst-r.- e Grand omliiuatis INTERIOR JOURNAL And tbe Louisville THE Hungry Women and Children Waiting Their Cliances at the Milk Wagon "Tho One Who fitands Nearest" GatberlDg the Fragments. Chicago News. GRAND HOLIDAY RAFFLE. products any niituUr of tunVs Initrummi . 11V. without " structor, This flue mu.lcsl wH rk t my snop as toon si jo cbsntes it M nti woo ilulre to lake s cbsuce "l once. You might obula It shouonlSoe!!?! f lbi"Slinti5'n,.?e,p,'n',H !nu,,c' Intlrumrnt, in nuiom .t c Weekly Courier - Journal On year for only 83-t- wo morn tnau the price nti 7!" for little VI THE DEMArs-- FOR BHAhN-efUCER- S. o Mixtures Hwnllowel lir lawyers, Hankers, nnd Othor Hnnilachey Clntpt. (New York Cor. Chicago Journal, Drain exhaustion Is tho fashionable comKveryliody who plaint In Now York plck-lovo- cash-mor- e rod-shlr- hi-r- jmlo-fno- dan-goro- red-shlr- r. works with his houd iuttoa I of hit hands, nnd occasionally fools fntlguol, fanciot that bis brnln lis no is dilnpl luted. In tho most crowded p'trt of lower Hroadway is n tod a water dnud thnt dois more business than nny rogular lar In town. Womon nnd children are the principal cuitomor.s at such driukiug placot eltowboro, but hero tho crowd is composod nlmost entirely of mon, and tho shop is novor shut. All night long fellows aro hnlf a dozen In tho busy Itoliln tho conn tor. the swnllowors include a fair proportion of thoio who order thu ciminon forms of Mt'ootjii'il mil llitvorol carbonic ncid water; but a largo number nrj luwyor, bankert and othor headucboy chnpt, whila tho night visitors nro very largely j mrnal-ist- s employed in tlu neighborhood of I'rlnt-luHouso tqunre. All thoso professional mon cC3rn tho ordinary sola water; nor do so many of thorn takj wbi ky in lieu of tho sugiro 1 lltvon; but th ilemand for sunprwivl lir'lu-brnrlmixture! is astonishing. No saloon baron earth is stocked with half tho vnrioty of beveragoi that are boro In constant requojt. whitc-nprnnod 1 day-tlmo g Four managlu; to meet In this weary with tho night's strain, nud dosirout o' beneficial refroihmint bofore going home. Thoy drank togotber. Cockerel), of The World, took acid pbotpbites in vichy. Lord, of The Sun, choso nux got and soda. Rood, of Too Timoi, nals bnptHiiiD'l medico-grog-gor- elltors of msrnhg Jour- sassafras, quinine an I and Flynn, of The HeraU, doted himself with sine and klksangen. Then they discusisd learnedly the symptoius of iidurasluouia, tbo new nami for nervioui exhaustion, compare I thoir various feelings of fatigue, and disagreed altogether at to remedies, Tbe truth is that worry nioro than work tires out tho brain of a tblnkor. Two years of dullnoss in Wall street wero destructive of mental health among tbo brokors to a greater degree than tbe preceding docode of ratping activity; nnd now that a spell of llvellnsst bos set in down there, and days without precedent in vol u mo of stock aalot employ tne deulurn to the utmost, less will bo beard of cranial weariness. Commltsions from the speculators are more tranqullizlng anl tonic to tbe norvos than ny medicament that tho dootorj tan pro-viokl-Uiid. His Home Is Ills Cattle. (1'liltvtelphla Press book agent nnd tbe Insurance agent, as well as tbe ubiquitous gamin, should be taught, severely, if necosssry, that doorsteps and door bells are not public proporty and should not bo uod except by tbo owner.' content nnd approval No tpociat rrankw, vulgar person, cblllren or other should bo nllowol to vlohto thsj ru'os of our doorstep. Here at well os in lxindon tho law shoul I bo on tho sldt of tho homo nnd not on the tt lo of those who Invado tho lights of human hornet. In every community the ptddler, tbe .1 d Itt ln-u- Ihiee(i) Ually Trains from ClnclnBatlLouis. versational instincts. lo.-- t, Louis. During the early part of tbe day thoy do not wnnler far from ths milk depots. Onlj IO houm Uom Liultrllleand Cincinnati When milk wagons begin to gather about to t, Louis. tbo trains for fresh supplies, the womon and Tho Only Lino by which you caa children loave tbe tracks and clutter around bui, u AurouKn aioopmg Car the wagons. Sometimes one, more venturesome than tho rest, will climb Into a tvugon From C nciottl to8t. Louis. while tbo driver is on tbe platform, to inAnd Tract of Land. spect tbe cant and report whether or not 1tbeo'r llcerunniag O. any milk remains in tbem. The rest tand As Agent cf the heirs of Airs and rlirlnn.ll l".t "IV."".. ' routes iieilir Ellzatctb VetzU timer each wutching her dtc'J. 1 ofler patiently, stolidly, 'l i,n i,."an made up of a combination of small roads. chance. jtaut 1 Arr, each,ltuPid Ky., on ine ol which Is a lomfortJb? ThAOhlt A Mj,j.ppl Ktll.ar runs PaUtl.l BOTTOM OF THE CANS. comuioulous Cars en n a 1 trains; Luxuriant Par- ...4 "They come here every morning of tbo betwwn tbe r. sldfnces of other. WaitSn I. .11.. i1"1 loi Cars on dsj trslnt; Eletan. Diy Coach- nig. with the ceM,0D woek but Sunday, winter nnd summer," es on all trains. explained a man in charge of one of the is unimproTfd. lafwoflir a trac 0? ll DIr,'i5L".n1icl01"l CMttcetlots re made in UHIOH Acres ot Land,, itusted on the Knob "urni with direrglDg lines bf tbeO. 4 Sf. depots. "1 have never seen a woman or girl pike, cne mile from 8 anlora. It i.aUvty, thus aToidlng troblesome transattempt to steal a drop of milk. Thoy wait olciilllTatloD.huthasnolniproTemeLU a fine fers by other routes. . . .t.u.,. ., ou ipit 10 me. around to too it some will not bo given Tbe Ohio A Mlclsilppi Bailway Is theonly Hoe 1 B. i'AIXTOX, Agent. tbem. between Loultrille, Cincinnati and St. Louts "There are few inllkmon who do not have under one msnsgement, tunning all its tialLs tbroiif h solid and In consequence &A3LE ! come milk left when a route Is completed. is recognized Flret-ClsEoute beThis must bo thrown out. Tbote poor souls Skt. tween those Cities. i,h V " ,hree ,man ,rct of coed Hstilre who would have nonj If they did not got Apply to ticket Agens of connecting lines for on- it here hold up tbolr palls to receive It, in- roikLsnd, thecontaining IS Acre, one lull (:arlliulara ss to rates, time, maps circulars and lb rd 14 stead of allowing it to bo spilled on tho Jcrf comfortable impr, vrniemT. ?l the lait.r or any drolred lbformatloD, or write to with rich Uud ROBT. H. FORMAN, ground. Tho one who stands noarett tbo sod in t.parate trscts. AIo ISO of 1 Knob Und t n Maaon's TrST. Ps. ic't (1 A M l'r. Sn .rut V. Gap, near 8unfo"d Io milkman who has milk to give away is the W.M PEAHOUY. Vf. B.SUATTUC. .V.h nia,DdMha,en ''"'y "eyrd andany ono who gets it" Pns. and Oen'i Man'gr, Otn. Pass. Ag't. ,uchslCJ,D P't ty calling on me! Will sell low ClBCinnatl, 0. "Is the milk good that thoy get, or is it or on any reasonable Tbe railway tracks in ovory diroctlon sbout Chicago are dally traversal by mauy teeL Every inch of them Is scrutinizud by watchful oyos, from which not so much as t bit of coal, a splintor of pine, or a kand (ul of corn can escnpo notice. There are children of each sex and all ages from mora tots; girls, young woman, and women so )ld that they tromblo boneath the bunion of s small weight, Tney all carry baskets, tnd the girls and woman also carry tin pails, Into which they put nothing that they pick up. Many of these psople who havo boon so fortunato as to secure plecos of timber too long to bo placel in their baskets nro half bent over with tbo loads on their backs. Soma of tho girls whoHo basket) nro flllod make a rocaptaclo for whatjvor thoy flu 1 by turning up tho ono skirt v'loy wear. On") small urchin has hU baskot noarly filled with pieces of show bills, which ho has torn oir boforo coming to tho tracks. Hj wavoi triumphantly ovor his barohoal a long pleco of tho thick piper from which tbe rain hat wuthud noarly all tho tawdry rod. Ho tnlks a little to hlmsolf as ho cam lossly ktuuibles along, stopping then to pick up some bit of Ho Dometiinos Kings n tuuelois llttlo coaL song ro cheerily that it is alituU niutic. ELHEUINO ANI I'KIVATION. Without exception the womon and girls wear kerchiefs on their heads. On their foot are whatever kind of shoes thoy may have cbnncod to find thrown out in tho alley wuys and on Thero nro no d feet among them. Not many of them know tho meaning of good shoos and They are spattered with mud to stockings. the knees, lids gives tbem no concern. Never in their lives perhaps have they known tho blossodnest of cleanliness They dodge in and out between passing trains, Roemingly to escape injury but by a miracle. They talk but little togotber. Tbotr faces bear marks handed down to them by generations of cruelosi want and Ignorance. Those whose horltaga is long suffering and privation have but plow conmochani-callynownni dry-sho- "" p. a.nitAiH. Jh "' UUf, 4StbrXte'J?s'ytS,a!!; Tho Houso and Lot InWe.l8lnt.ford lalel, 0CCUpl,a . b, Ktch.rdeot, CiESnPEJIKEf 0 Kent uck) Washington, OHIO IT. "" m7h i0f It. H1GUISH. A aOLDENOHANOE. our "ror8 nierchsn s h Rome roa East are Koirir West. Wow York. 1'ULMIA.Y Philadelphia and gBBr4?,aj15E OR. G. W.BROWAUGH 1 if ,tn,et' The only line running 4CV .SLGi:iIMl CAilS A SOLID TRAIN fiiom Lou'&ville, Uiprinnnti & Lexington, to Wamngt..n Oily, Cuniut'tlDK In the same dejot lth LjBthaufB. l)a.iTll'. Direct Koutcto N,,rlk nn,l a nd .N'ortli l'4ruiiua Points. KvM FI",e l,,e T Fast TrainB for Now York. The Vlninl "ctl't"henP,ofrlQLslly at!,kni. Look Out ForJVew Millinervl ON OE ABOUT jouriiHHr.stilcfetorSceo, it.UressW. Wf Tor tickets and lurther information, apnlr U '"'tMiiiJ Prerger Agent. Lcxingfeii APHIL THE FIB8T V(' i.,?., ". Blchmorm, . w. rvvi.r.n. ess; nri3xi3fti f ounlnrd, Ky. Virginia. pianos anForgans n Two (21 O. sfcltt. & Mississippi from 1 w The dlrrct through line and old tttsblfsbcd rouU Iouisville & Cincinnati to St. Lout ttr.u an pomta in tne West. lislly Trains from Loulirllle to St sale of town lots i tt& 1 1 The Blj-pln. &M ., "." I "'"" : .Z FOB ss settling!" with yu lat Kurnprttu llrrinl ('Dnsuinptlon. There (Chicago Herald. nreWi.OOOjOiX) bread o 1 1 lir Kurope. If ench one should ent hnlf n busbol moro noxt year tnan in trio dilierenco would ntnount to 157,0)0, DOJ buthols. If, then, tho timet of deprettion in Europe should pass t,o thnt the mass coul 1 afTord to eat all thoy neelol, the (lilftreim in might absorb nil our surplus nt good prices. Can Jt'nt Ho Dlsrurdeit. Sladox Drown In roll Mall Gazette. I can not fancy thera can beany dlvorsity of views botui'on artists as to tho noccsslty thoro is, nnd always has leon. for tho studi Of courso, into of the living nakel niolel. tbo inattor of what tho public want I could not nnd should not eutor. Hut nny attempt todUcnnl tho living mods! would nnrount to doing away with art Itself. contumers in A. "It is not Fettling. It is the milk from FKt.AMi. fctSLford, Kv P. . I hare a nuralxr of the bottom of the cans. Sometime! someSTANFORD. KY. body will have a quantity of sklnimod milk XtullH, on band when there has been an oxtra (YtatllDKS and isliortliuinI will sell low - Proprietor weanlings) that and W. P. WAIiTOrT, amount of cream sold. Thlt is gsnorally ' tinted to 1th Dakeof I'ljlniiew, a tupr or animal-o- r given to them. I will She of Eight comi ete sets of "Look at that old woman now," ho ex- eictijnge lor fat hegs. Am ov.mcckei. try Seating rapacity, including gallery, EB. COj u A. Sf. J Reasonable ratee to ?ool attractions. claimed, pointing to n sturdy-lookin- g old parson with a "See how face. g determtuodly she pushes thnt girl aside." lutrtt st Gpcr cent; J. nm Ilno OPERA HOUSE 8tage,-20a0. d sickly-lookin- r Ills Feudal rrlvlleget. Furelgn letter Tbe duko of Hamilton has been vigorously assert In n his feudnl privileges on tb Isle of Arrnn. No man or woman is nllowe.l to buy or toll without bis leave, or to keep a dog or to remain nt n hotel. A venture-sow- o tourist who critlcbol tho iiiddlnsval mannors of this potty despot was straightway hustled from his lodgings and banished from the island. Excliange, A thlp from tho northwest const, which nrrivod nt Hoston a year or two ago, touched during tho voyage nt I'ltcairn island, In tbe mid Pacific and brought what wns then tho latest intelligence of the dnscenlnitts of tho mutlnsors of tbo famous Bounty. Now n liriti'li voisol nt San FrnncUco reports the blander to bo still tvoll nnd happy. t raring n obr.t's lluoft. The zibrn in tho Zoological gnrden nt I'hlladnlphln linlhls hoofs pared the other day, thoy liavliu grown to nn onormoiis sizo. It tool; n dozjn mon to perform tho Jib, upon tlio completion of which it wns unniilmoti ly ngrool t'mt n zsbrn can n inulo. out-kicl: itr Hs emptied tbo can and her pail was Ollod quite full. Then tho old woman climbod ou the viaduct nud trudged away. Tho sickly girl sbo hail thrust aside picked a cabbage leaf out of tho tnuJ, hruahod the dirt from it ns well as sbe could, anl plaool Ky it in her basket "They never miss a cabbage leaf or a DKALISRS stray potato," continued the depot man. man. "Thoy gatbor up evory bit of spilled DrngFt, WnllPiiper, Hlues. ttnilunl grain left by tbe sparrows along the tracks CbtituleiUn. Bookf, Inslruetiir-M- t Liquor and uto it to help thicken the soup. On PntiitH, Stationery, UlKar, Pocket Sundays they never come for milk. At tho Oils, Soupa, TobnccoH, Cutlery. hours wben tbey could obtain it thoy nro in Iininps, Perfumery, Fire Mnchit church " "Is tbo milk good that you get hore?" was Onr JciTClrT, SilTerwaro and Optical Goods Department Ih In Chnru ff l5l. asked a llttlo girl. TIios. IHcliards, wlio will Kepalr .Vatclios and Clocks promptly and in the bert "It is sour tometime', but t'aon it makes soup with flour," sbo nnswered in broken nearest. GATIIF.IUNO THE FRAGMENTS. The old woman ho indicate resolutely mado bor ttay to tho bile of a milkman tt ho bad op i tied a can, looked Into it, and glancod about for a pail into which to turn its contents. Hars was tbe one outstretched 1 M'ROBERTS, ir & STAGG, Stanford, Opera House Block, Arm, blue-eye- d The riti'.tlru Islntulori. mill-own- English. "Do you over give money for milk I' "Give our money for milk I" ropliol tbo "Wo have, ob, a child in astonishment little money, and wo m ve save it to got land. Why should wo buy milk when we can got it hero for waiting! Ono hour, two, thrco Is not long for 8 cont 5 cent worth." No Tropical Territory. IDetrolt Tost Whenever nn impecunious gonaral, judgo in Cuba or San Domingo or must hnvo money, ho comot to this country and robes it to holp him turn his native Mo over to tho United States, for bo is suro to find fools willing to couutonauco him. Wo do not want any tror leal territory at nil, nnd if wo did, wo otiyrn not to chooso any thnt is p ipulnto 1 lei ;oly by mongrel race'. There Is nltojethor too much mixed blood in tho Wot Indlos to muk tho popuAddition to our own. lation a One of Arnold's CHnniii-l!all. W. H. HIGGINS -- DEALER IN- - Horuo Shoes, nurtlwnre, Irou, Nails, niiBR' Wheels, Stoven, Hpoltes, -- Riiuf, Queensuare, UiiKny IVhlpn. Cane MIIIm, Utirness, GrntCH, Cider M Ills, I.np CoverH, Stoneware, Corn Sliellern, Collars, Groceries, SuddleH, Tho lloolblitek's Hunt. Tho ofllcI.il bootblack of tho New York produco oxclutnco payt ?0M n voir for the e.xcluslvo jinvileo of having his nsdstnnts 50 on tlio floor of tho oxehnnjo nt cortaiu hours of th day to "liluo" tho bott of tho brokers. An loiter orfllnss. in TovjrkuMa oats glast for n living. A writer to one of tho medical papers says ho will mnstleato glass for pay, "in nny quantity, from n Rtunll pioco to a lamp ohimii'y, and keaps it up all day." Oliver Chiliad, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plow, Wooden am Cast I'umps, and tho Celebrated Mayfiold Elevator. Tin Rooting and Guttering will havo prompt attention. muesmen tl-- 1 A iwjjro almott eatan through century, wat recantly with tho rut by !nb)tert who wero oxcavntlng In tho renr of n house at New Lon Ion, Conn. It It itipimxtd tdat4 ir m thu ntt ck by Hpitidl t Arnold ill S ;. I ilr-- . 17s! An old ctnnoa-lnll- , of n j0j,n itrloht.Jr. u' 9,-i- 1 p.t 1 o oonte-nplatln- to, 1 A nlllorenoe. Wisconsin and Alnbnmn have tho same density of population twenty-fou- r to tho squnre mile yet tlio value of land nveraga rSa.U0 In the former etato nnd tl. 10 in the latter. Toronto ts. Montreal, Tho cltizsns of Toronto hope that whon ;ho next consul it ta'con that city will lmvo jioro iuhnbltunti than Moutroal. Artificial oyster culture nt Spring Harbor, L. I., it pronounced n sucotM. It w Oppotcil to Mutton, Cattlemen 111 ArU inn have taken to ridt. ing nroun I in innk- t scaro olT tho They claim thnt sheep do droy tho pa Hire. shoop-ottuet'- VmmjSk WAti&iwt FHAEMAGISTS, -- gieatl.v. The gdiitl in in Colorado is callod tho "burr s' illy," because tho burros munch nround It mthout touching n leaf. llght-bouso- .! one-fift- h Agitlutt thu l'eddler. A combination of merchant! in eastern IVniiylvanli pro,xai toatolLh itiuorant peddling, which is Injuring their tratlo DKilKns If ("vi cun-1- , Drugs, Books, Stationery and raiiiiY ki uuica. Also - Sgj - 'JwJfr $i5?) &m-rJSZ Ka. 11, 'i Urnngers. '.i 'iiwi-o- n tho littl bookkeeper' Ucu "fen ire lml e .ii.iten of is. Dryittn, 'r iM nmUr Henry, tfcn tineu m a nlong tho ooat Thsro are CM oMha Unite 1 Slntt, nnd of thorn The Largest Stook of 7atebca, Olocki, y$ 'Ul wero constructed lust year. Jewolry and Silvorware daffPQ' 3 i "None hut the liravo !eerre thp Wr,"-Diy- den. Ever houRht to this market Prlrm ltwr 'her1 ewtei . a S. n t I1 I'BIIUU An BUU1 JEWELERS. Im-M- a'v j iff '"t Isufii A f 7 . ii'xrcf il 'Vwyjiti," i. i A. MJU1 K-- .t V . M JL'.tli.i m: krj. ymKr 2 a JtALi? u " intlm . IHMHf n , Tl Mf vtl.M PIJW Vl'.i latlJtHBa t - .. WC mMm .o. tt&vWSh? . . . Snni-ffiBteH- n Interior louriml BEFORE THE BATTLE. WHAT PRECAUTIONS AGAINST PILFERING. CHINESE EMPLOYES. INFORMATION CONCERNING TRAOE3 UNIONS AMONG THE MONGOLIANS. UNSECURED JFREAKS. STRANGE CURIOSITIES THAT SHOWMEN CAN NOT ENGAGE. Wliut n Museum PUGILIST GOES THROUGH TO GET IN CONDITION. A s I ainnaser Ha to India lliiiiuin lloltic ritrntiso South Africa Money Spout In Wild Cooso Cltnscs. H'hlUJelphla Newt. Sny mul The Tint Tlitiiff to Bo Done Dumb-Helland Itubblnc Down The Face Cloth Out for a Walk Diet mill Sleep. ''Thare are many Iraakt auJ natural curl osltlo) known to ba in exUtouce tu interest inj, If not mora so, than any which bavo heretofore bcon placaJ on exhibition, which alt the enterprise of niueuiu men, or nny of tha circus nge.nU hnvo not been able Tnoss," continual n to secnr museum manager, "u.ivo bean locatol by tho profession, mil thousands of dollars havo bjen exponiel In unsuccessful attempts to procuro tham for exhibition. Thus iu ManJolny there u a hairy family, mcIi member of which U covered from head to foot with hair. Warner, the circus agent, has bjjn flva tims to wcuro them. Mancielay enloavorinj Thoy ara attacbol to soma p.'tty court, and tho peopla will not allow them to leava lie country "That is just tho trouble. In eastern tuntrias when there is any picullar forum- on of a man or woman, or sven an animal, tho paopla fancy that they have soma unornatural attributes, and proctica some They will jut part kind of fetish with toom, lest tome dire calamity might fall over tha country. The freaks are kept attached to tha court of tho princes nnJ kinjs, and are well cared for. well-know- n well-know- n authouticatol that there is a "It jrtu of dwarfs in South Africa. Du Cha-Bithe Fronch travoler, nwaks of thorn. ' also woll authenticatod tUat there is a iu one of tho race of dwarf districts of Gorilla land. Fannl tent over to Englund last yoar a number of what he but thoy ware not. callod Specimens of tho real trilo have, never been placed on exhibition. They are du arf, the tallest being not moio than two feot four inches in Lioight Koropaugh bus U id a man mleavoriuj to secure pcltnea for two years, mil has spent 1,00 J, but coull not get them out of the country. There Is a three-arme- d nnn in Java, and all the circus men bavo spent thousands of dollars in endeavorinz to get him, withTho arm is said to bo perfect, out succa-s- , and not a protuberance. Taoh, tho horned man who vra- placed on exhibition la.t winter, is a Sjuth American. It t xk three years to get him, and he was traced from place to place. The agent started out With f 1,290, determined to capture Taoh or ier-is- h in tin uttempt Ho traced tho human unicorn from place to placa for a yoar and a half, until he got dead broke iu Buenos Ay res. "The unllet living woman who has retained her intellectual faculties lives in this state. Sho is the daughter of a Scotch-Iris- h father, who is in pretty goad circumstances. 8he Uonly about nineteen inches in height, so that sba Is shorter ill stature by soma Inches than Mrs. Gen. Tom Thumb. Her father will not consent to bar beinz piacod on exuibltion. is wa'.I n, earth-dwellers 'earth-dwellers,' - mEAKS OF HUMANITV. reported to ba somo where in tho Interior of India a family with tails and covered with hair. A groat doal of money has been ipont in trying to get them, and a great detl mora Is likely to ba sj'ont, for these pojplo would discount any curiosity ever piacod on exhibition, and create a hirer in scientific circle'. "There Is WILD OOOSE CHASES. country. Taey are continually receiving letters and telegrams about freaks, which, when investigated, are not curiosities at alt Somebody telejraphod from a place in Ohio about a child two weeks old, whoso bead could ba put in an ordinary tea cup. Jim Robertson immediately started out and found that tho chill was a small, weakly baby, and that tho hoad was in proportion to the six? of the body, which was about four pounds weight. "Another man has been writing to me for two moths from a Virginia town, that be has a child which he swears has threo perfect eyes. I wrote to the editor of a newspaper thero, and be replied that he bad investigated tha casa and found that what a was said to be a third eyo was ft wart lately between and on a lino with tho child's eyes. n "We know of a headless chili in a family in this state. It has no head, but a bulbous formation, in no way resembling a bead, performs the functions of breathing and taking in fool. It Is about 7 years old, and is said to ba attractive rather than repulsive, like many monstrosities. Two boys, about 17 years oil, who are the moit perfect albinos in the country, live down town, butwouli not accede to any inducements to cj on exhibition. They come up bore regulurly and compare paints with other albinos. They nro of Irish anl 1 underitanl there ara u great iruny albinos in tho Eruoral Me.-im-m1 Gar-ma1 1 "Circus pjop.e spend from io,0)0 to IJJ.-0D- 0 a year In wild goose chases over tha you'd want to jump over a house." "What is done after tho man in training has his woolens and faca cloth onP "Ohl Then ho goes out for a walk which gradually becomes a cantor till he has cov. I ered from twelve to fifteen miles. In all these walks ho takes a short stick which ba changes from one band to tho other and with which be continually strikes nt shrubi and bushel and twigs for tha purpose of strengthening bis wrists. His trainer has run ahead of him on the home turn, and by tha time he gets to bis quarters tbaro is a bath waiting for him. Tnen he is rubbed down with bay mm, and afterward with the palm of tha hands downward, so as to close all tJa pores of the skin and prevent him from catching coll. Little men in usually loso these sweating operations to five pounds every from four and one-haI lf Kansas Cltr Tlmes.l "There isn't a bit of fun in getting rondj for a fight," said Frank White, the well t, "and any ouo wh known thinks theie is had better go through it t find out. If n man is fat bo has to train foi a good six weeks to get tho unnecessary weight oil", and it'd surpriw you how some of them can get rid of it. Joe Oo-s- , when proparln' to light Paddy Ryan in 1S0, lost pounds nnd in one sweat ten and that's a terrlblo faliln' oil in a llttlo time, 1 can tell you. The first thing that a man doos when getting ready to moot another in a fight Is to physic himself for threo day. That's done not to got tha fat oft" bis body, but ta get it oil his stomach, together with any bile thero may ba "When that's over his trainers let bin have a rest for a day or two boforo com inencing tho regular work of puttin' him ! His dally course thereafter is as condition. follows: The first thing in tho mornln1 whon he gets up is to lot blm havo a try nt the then a walk of a halt mile light dumb-bellat the top of his speod, nnd then a d run as fast as ha can go to improvo hit wind. Tho half mile back to his quarton must ba made in pretty good time, and after a dry band rubbing down he's reads for broakfast, which consists of a half cut, of tea with no milk or sugar, soma broiled steaks or chops and some dry crusts ol bread. No butter and no condimonts. THE FACE CLOTHS. "When broakfast is over there is half an hour's rost and your pugilist goes out again for a walk of a mile or so, comes back at a round gait, puts on a heavy pair cf drlvin' and gloves, takes tha light dumb-bell- a punches the sniugln' bag for half an hour. His trainer then rubs him over with a dry towel and puts heavy llannols and hit fno ' cloth on him. "Tnese face cloths ara made to order of heavy white woal about half an inch thick. They cover the faca entirely with tho exception of tho eyes, nosa and mouth. The aim is to havo the faca as thin as possible. A man training for a fight usually look! like a consumptive in tho last stages of th dUease. His oyos are sunk in, his chocks are hollow, his cheok bonis project and bit goneral appearance belios strongly tho con dition he is in. with tho oxcoption of tho unusuil brightnoss of tha oyos, n neve: falling evidence of goad health. 1'va seen people go up ta Hilly Elwards or myo!f when wa were training for a flht and saj to us: " 'You look os though you wero going tc I die! What is the matter!' "At tho same time we'd bo feeling hotter . than we ever bad before in all our lives. Why, in that condition you feel as though lighi-wcighone-half 200-yar( ( Slaking It Kasjr for Honest Kmplojros to Maintain Their lutesrltjr. INew York Cor. Inter Ocean. In tha matter of pay for eorvleei the general assumption in tho business of Now York city has come to bo that all won are thieves. Tbat seems harsh and bard, but experience has taught that safety against roblery lies in treating overy handler of ono's monoy as possibly dishonest. It is only ten years ago that tho street car conductors wore indignant beciuo tho ball punch was introduced; but soma of thorn proved by ingoulous dovlcos to baat It that that they deservod tho precaution. guar Is ngainst stealing havo multiplied, until now a machine for registering receipts is completions on half ttie cash-lor- .' desks in town. Rartonders iu tho bigger grog eri s hava to band nil tha monoy to a chap behind nn apparatus that stamps tho nmount of every salo on a strip of rapor, nnd drops a clipped bit into a lockod receptacle. Thoro Is n man who owns fourteon largo nil oxtravngantly fitted up, and locatol iu places of fashiounblu througing. Ho fays that ba would ba rulna 1 in n yoar, instead of enriched by bis oxteuslvo business, if he did not tako such measures again t pilfering. I very bor.--o car company uses a complicated and olfectlvo sysand registry for faros. tem of Retail htores of nil kinds are similarly outfitted, liven the more prosperous soda water and cigar stands are provided with chocks an 1 clock-wor- k to enforce honesty. On tho Brooklyn elevated railroad, tho tlckot-setler- s do not so much as touch ba tickets, but jlgor thorn out through tho spout of a registering machina, from which s carry them to tho tho nt the gatos. Tuus noboly employed in tho stations over haudlos a ticket, and tbore is no chance for collusion. Rebutment over those things has worn away, nnd I shouldn't bo surpri-e- d at the early introduction of patent, contribution baskots -bnr-roomboll-ringidrop-boxe- For Hard Times. MOTHER'S FRIEND! THE INTERiR JOURNAL ANO I This iQTalusble preps- - The Wages They Itecetvo The "Family Sjiteiu" Among Wage Workers Fr" of Trade Organisaternnl tions Strength and Activity. Wonir Chin Foo in Chicago News. No No More Terror lsr!MrirK&rfJS; More Pain! I DEMORESrS ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY NoMoreDangerilM,! -- TO- iliifitlnuble boucflt was ertr bratowru on me lucthcrior the world. rlt not only short-- r di the lime of 1W tuil lbsons the lutcinlly ol usiigrr lo nie oi uom mother ami rhlM, ami leaves the mother In a condition highly fsvora-ul- e to speedy recovery, Mul fur lest llitblo lu lluodlng, convulsions sul otlirr alarming symptoms lueldent to lingering nd I'lllrncr Iu llils trsiwct rntlCfJ tho Motiikh's Knunnto ! iaiiLkI mono oltliollfe ly wunilntlul ul moduli "MAGAZINE8 WllhTwtlv Cut Paper Patterns of jour own (election and of any tin. Gong Han, tho presldont of tho Chluess Lnundrymon's Union of tho United States, lias been In Now York attending the annual convention of tho laundry men. Ho is a tall, oriental, speaking excellent English. Tonrepo'ter who visited him and askod for information concornln; trades unions among tho Chlnoso bo spoke ns folwell-built DOTH PUBLICATIONS, ONE YEAR, MothorSOhild. The Presd of - $3,50 (THREE FIFTY), 1TSJlint.linnil Tranifenutd to lows: "Tho working classes of tho United States In fact, tha entire Amoricau public havo not yot loarnod that tho Chlnoso are batter 0 EMOREST'S S J d candy, and warmly nftor bis recent death for having insisted that Uio girls in ids store should all belong to his Sunday-schoo- l class, did not allow religion to bo tholronly shlell against temptation. x "What makes you uso checks -- nd a on your counters, Rrothor HI'1 a fellow churchman asked. "Are not your young ladles lionottl' "Perfoctly," was tho bland reply, "and I mean to make it oasy for tham to kep so." After tho inventors havo solve 1 the problem of caniclllng nil of us to be honost to our employors, perhaps they will discover how to niako us trua to ourselvos, anl then wo shall have the millonium. in churches. Tho good Deacon IL, noted for piety and frosh-o very-hou- r oulo-gize- punch-ing-bo- time. Overrun with According Co., AVIiltn Hut. correspondent, Lloniar, whlto rat . Last spring a landlord of the placa bought a pair of them in Washington. Thoy proved to be vary prolillc, and tho first thing he knew he had an oven 100 white rats on his hands. Ho built a largo cage for the accommodation of his pets, and was making arraugo-mau- h ovorrnn with tj a Chicago Herald. U to go Into tho business vhen some one opened the cage and Mt the occupants free. The result is that the entire village is ovorrnn with the rodents, and their number Is iucrj using daily. ig Another Uulversal I.anjjtmje. Chicago Times. ening lit of universal language is tha I'nsillngua, as It lb called by ttie German Herr 1. Stelner. In tha prefacs to hi.s grammar be says that since none of the living languages can become univeisal, owing to tho jaalousy nmong nations, ha his, after years of study, written a grammar which cau bo Used by all the people of the earth. Most of the roots have been taken foil) the Eugliih, while for the formation und deilectlon of words ha has birr Jive 1 much from the Litin. French mid Garmau tongues. Tha latest addition to the rapidly length- Got It Alt I'lxe.l. (Detroit Free Tress j A boy on High street west placeiablj npple on tho front steps and walked across A tho stroet to toe who would take It. gentlaiuan who ba I observe I the action kxiul: -'ou shouldn't do that, my son. Home jwar boy may bo tempted to steal it." "That's what I'm ilshin for, sir. I'vo out tha iusido aud filled it with mustard." Use Seino of Siucll. Apollos W. Harrison, who has boon making n careful study of tho odor f (lowers, say he has incidontly discovered that tho sense of smell Is nlmost always stronjr in man tfcan tha sens- - of tiht. hoi-low- sVnmuii' fortitude. oigbteon-f- o it polo. Chicago Ledger. J ( the lllrcli. Knlcht Man is a feoblo child of destiny, who can't n Speaker Carlisle, Ssuators Cam leu, or find a losa a dolhir on a huru-rucFrye, Cullom, Kcnro, McMillan, iu ills soup without showing vexation Representatives llurd, Ranlolph Tucker, iu evory line of his faco as plaiu as red letters on a circus bill, while a woman will W. U Wilson anl Rood of Maine have all not so much as bat au oyelah it who hnppous been schoolmasto'i. to coma unexpectedly face to face with an ltd Coach 1'of.u old beau who bonoyed up to hor five years Suma wild coach dogs were recently capRather Too Inquisitive. more in the most attentive courtship, or Texas Blftin.-s- . and then Jiltod her without a word of warn- tured near Yamhill, Ore. Some time ngo a highest oPJcers in tho German ing to marry n dowdy with a littlo monoy slut of that breed rscaod from a circus One of the army is very particular that his soldiers drawing interest. A woman may not bo and it is supposod that the animals are from her. are properly fed. He ta in the habit ol able to sllca onions without shedding tears making unexpected visits to the barracks of pain, but she can step on her own heart Willow Levir Tea. and inspecting tha food in per.on. On the and never wlnco. It is said on respectable authority that occasion of one of these v! its ho perceived more tuau ow.uuu wunas oi wiuow icui Tho Smoker' Account. two soldiers carrying a steaming bollor were shipped from Shanghai last yoar as Uxchaiirfe. from the kitchen. "Put it down. Fetch a capitalist who visited greou tea a largo proportion of it coming A California Tho astonished spoon," ha commanded. soldiers looked at oach other. Ono of tbnm Skagg's Springs disputed tho bill for cirushol oir but reappeared in a few mo- gars. The clerk produced lis books. The retlilUi'E Autumn Loutos. ments with a spoon. Tho general dived capitalist thou went blm one hotter by proPeddling of bunches of autumn leaves is bjilor with a spoon, but as soan as ducing a package, which being unrolled, now as much of a business nnd Industry on Into the ba bad tistel tha contents he spat It out, was found full of cigar stumps. "Tbero'a tho fashionable thoroughfares of Now York exclalmln? "What sort of dovll's br th ii my nccouut," said tbo capitalist. Thoy us the tolling of flowers. that) It tastes like dishwater. What is it, were counted and the bill corrected accordingly. anyhow!'' "That's just what It ie, your SlluiiiS for Gems. replied the soldier; "it's the water There are only two placos iu this country Tho Castor lloun. tha d iihes were washed In." In Arizona and northern Mexico experi- where miniug for genu is systematically ments are boing mado with the castor beau carriol on Paris, Me., und Stony Point, A S.traljht-I- . ichcI Kconoiiilst. for tha manufacture of oil. Th) estimates N. C. Chicago TaloKram.J Chicago La Igor: If somebody would get A west hi la ludy was reprova by her give l,.r00 plants to tha acre, which produce COJ pounds of; beans worth $130. upaniIti5tli;t.ivo pjpj-l- t woull ba about f imily physician for too tight lacing ns intho same thing as doubling tho missionary jurious ta her health. Too Many Knsllsh Doctors. force fur u mouth or so to come. "Rut, doctor," replied tha lady, "the times now registrations of English doctors Tho are very hard, and I hnvo to maka all orts An authority on mutio says there are last yoar were mora than double tho numof shuts for economy's fake." l and amateur piano 8 000,000 "Aii 1 what feature of economy Is there in ber of vncauios created by ascertained players in the United States. deaths. Tbo Lancet thinks tho profession Is V be asked. tight lacing "Why," ho repllol, "if I laco tight it pre- becoming greatly overcrowds 1. Horatio Alger, Jr., tho story writer, is so, vents walstfulness." fond of boys, that Lo adopts, waifs nnd Chloral fur Cholera. Professor Rartholow ays that chloral is starts thorn in business. Tha ract r of n fashfonablo church Iu Utah is spoken of n tin "upostlo of the genteel. " tho most olTective remedy for cholera, and Pennies now circulate In Texas, business that its power is much increased by the ad- men boing unable to longer get along withIt is passiblo that ovary falsa stapsboulJ dition of morpbina. out them. lead to an inostimablo good. o shoo-buttodos-cond1 profe-sionn- "For dinner, which follows the rubbing down, thero Is sometimes a. few vegetable! or some fish, although the meal is generally composod of a pieco of roast beef, a leg of mutton with no sauces or condiments, a bottle of Diss' ale and some dry crusts of bread. Dinner over there is a rest of three- quarters of an hour, at tha end of which the man goes out for a walk of six or eight miles msrely to strengthen bis legs and get tha air. Sametime be takes a football along to kick as be walks. For supper bo has pretty much the same things aa for breakfast, with the exception occasionally of a couple of boiled eggs. The meats are always broiled. After supper there is a mile walk, a run of 200 yards, a little prac- a rubbing down, a tice with tho dumb-bellthorough change of flannols, for you're! never allowad to sleop in the underwear you've exercised in, and then by 'J o'clock off to bed, where you sleep like a top, to gel up in the morning at 0 aud go through the same course over again. "Now, I've given you tho regular routino," continued Mr. White, "but there are lots ol other things that have to bo attended t The man in training, whilo resting, has to be continually rubbing his bands down ta take off the fat. Then ha has to rub stokura of tan on the outside of bis bands ta tuako them still harder, and a decoction of pulverized aluni,irocksalt, roots of hor.oradih, rose tea and a number of other tblngt boiled together, over his face. arms, lianl", chest and back, wherever there is a liability of his being struck. Tills tins the skin as bard us leather, so bard, in fact, that I'd ba willing to wager a big cum that, after udng it a month, you cauldn't cut the skin with if you bore dowu au ordinary tabla-knifev.--r so hard." s, oct ron A WALK. Humorous Klophaut. Forpin Correspondence A young fnoud asko 1 me onco to show blm soma elcp'iants In ttudres', and I took him ulong with mo, bavin; first bcrrowod an apron and filled It with oranges. This he was to carry whilo accompanying ma in the stable, but the moment wo reached tht door the liord set up such a trumpeting thoy bad scented tho fruit that he dropped the apron and its contents and scuttlod off like n scared nibble Thore were eight and whon I picked up the oranges I walked delibI found I bad twenty-fiverately along the Una giving ona to each. When I (ft to the extremity of tho narrow stable I turned and was about to begin too distribution again, when I suddenly reflected that if elephant No. 7 In t o row saw me give two oranges in succession to No. 0, be might imagine ho was bolng ls che'itod, and give mo a smack with his that is where tha elopbant falls short of the human being so I went to tho d aor and began de novo as before. Thrlco I went along the line and then 1 was in a fix. I had ona orange left and I bad to get back to the door. Every elephant in tha herd bad bis greedy gaxe focused on that orange. It was as much as my life was worth to give it to any oua of them. What was I to dot I held It up conspicuously, coolly peeled it, and sucked it myself. It was most amusing to notice tho way those elephants nudged each other and shook their ponderous sides. They thoroughly entered into the humor of the thing. e. pro-boc- AND trades uuloulsts than thoy are, aud that the Mongolian workman receives better wages From tho uatureol tho than his civilized colleague. This state! cam, II will oi ruune ran understood that wa ment may seem strange to tho dsmaxoguo, mt imMlth rtrllQcatM " concerning thUIlKUunv yet it is tho truth. In a body that correwltlieut wounding the to tho Now York chamber of com- niMKBii sponds AUD EASE merce wo keep labor statistics in regard to almost every industry in which our race is r such tMtlttMHtlali on TO I tile, and no mothir who interested. On account of tho agitation wa have compiled similar figures SuiTerlng W oinan !, i without it in iu regard to American iudustriss. In nearly Ihrr itiueuf troulile overy instance tho Chine. e obtain turgor wagos. Rosidos this Chinese employors usuhyiclati lately remarked to the A pnMJiltwnt ally give boird and lodging to their em- proprietor that If It were admsitlhla te nuke ihiIi-li- e the Mother's Ktlesssl ihe letters wo ployes as well as wage. ould outstll anything ou Ihe tuirUt. WAUE3 AND SYSTEM. I moat earnestly cnlrent cvvy frtnale eapeetlnc "In more manual labor many jnaor ChiMotbor'a Friend. iViplol nese havo worked for a small compensation, tobeoonuned to I will add that during a long with tlila entreaty but never so small as what is paid to Italian olxtetrlMl praetlee iforly-fnu- r jmn) I have nevaixl nultk "navvies' in Now York, Hungarian coal er known It te fall to produc n II. J. IIOI.MK4. M D.. Even dellsrry miners and Slavonian farm-handAtlanta, tla. when my countrymen do accept employment on such terms it is merely to savo up Send lorTraallxi on "Health and llapplBcts ot a littlo money and thou enter soma other Woman, mailed tic. llaAtiriKLU ItKol'LAieH Co , Atlanta, tla. work at tha industry. Our Tor rale by IMt. M. I.. IMIUUNK, .Stanford, Ky. s Havana bands. same rates as They are employ od in the great factories in 1SSU. Maideu lane and tbo Roftury. Not a Chinaman cau bo found who will wcrk under system now followed in ! tbo tenemetit-houthe large cities by thousands of pauper Europeans. ILLUSTRATED. "So much for wages. In regard to trades unions wo hava a number of complicated ltarpar'a lUnr Is the only paper In the worll systems. Ona is what we term tho family that com Mm the cbolcwl liMMture aud the fin n population of fit art Illustrations with the atut fashions and Tho system. the middle kingdom are divided Into a few melhodi ol household alornmenlthe Its weekly Illustrations and neeal Parts bundled families. Those are Indicated by and New York descriptions ofIts useful styles, with tlt tbo firt ir family name. Of this such and cut pittfrni. by NMldliMt supplement uamos as Wong Ia, Yung Lum, and Moy Indict to (mi their own drmuiaVeii. aavn many 111 papers o Unit thocont of suUcrlptlohi are fair examples. A Wong who is in tosllng, tbe luanagesieiit nt tervaats ami trouble goes to another Wong, whom ho In Its various details are rmluenllr f a. may usver bava seen or board of, and ob- Ileal. Much attention la Risen to lb Hits renting tains aid. Tuo tblug dono may U tbo loan topic of society elliuette, and Its llluitratlotn ot I unequallof money, tha giving of n meal, tho obtain- art ceedle work ara acknowledges, to ed Its literary leerlt is of lilibral eirellente ing of employment, intercession in law, or and the unique chancter of the uuuroroui pictures Hi the like. It represents an honorntla obliga- has wou far It thenaiof of the American 1'umcS oblition, which at some time the per-ogated is bound to repay. In this way I HARPER'S PERIODICALS. have known a poor mau to travel from I'tll YKAU. Che-Li In t.io north of China to New York .......1160 Hariwr'a llaur city. HOPE Rpi'llanrca I saving world by thogiven tot lie fONTAININQ bierlei. Poems and ether Lllerir) v attractions, combining Artistic, Sclentlilo mi Household TfiE-BEall tho Mngainos. Of 7ifitfi'i,'M- T JOY 1 ve,;uK antl-Chino- rn I' li:tiy ontlt: 1 tho WnrliP Mixlfl 'Ilie fjuvtat in l''urtn. tit ' lirsiit III t'lniilatloti nskI the host TWl) l).ll.ir I'hiuII Mmf.ialii.'lw.iicl InMkIIi Alm.-lizlli- Mtid In ANY HX7.V. ItKMtmKiST-.-- s MONTHLY Hiiit.iiitl II llir ZJudtl S.ftHlitlliiv of .tiHcrleit, r"iTMPli Mitinilito rnsntnln-- n rOTT'A OltHKIt cntltlliitrthcholileirlntlH- ANY I'Ari'KdtN illustr.'.lt In that nwiillHT. miller. JIlHttrotrit trtth tlrifiKil , (Jif (hci flic - .Strrl lUifirnv llniiifi-iif- , "frrurr mul t.n'r ln'thf'l ls IVrSo-lhn- wt-tt- tan ltlieontlmie.il tilsscw- rett-lve- , mntnlnaTJ t'lia-nnt- l) by tiititil nnd full) lllu.trnti-V. Jc tilling Dcmutwt, lininx mul mt fxtinHr!jr it in fnutt rank uf l'atsilly hikI cvil tci nny lustirMlne It sir, Inritct, tl- tini r i f It publication. xl Now Yurie, ANO UY SPECIAL AOflEEMCNT WITH THE COMBINED t( Interior Journal at $3,50 Per Year, cigar-mako- first-clas- 1386 THE COURIER-JOURNA- i6 o Harper's Daz.ir LIVING IDEAS AND LIVC ISSUES. at r.vr r ?la,iipiillra, Ollnrcll'.sni, ntul fhr Spirit iir.Seclloiial hlrlfr. V"atvv --.,'-! T! HtorcttnU- tlte Neatpaper rl the South, Is Otmecrabe In ., tu I nrl,ltst, aad all Ike tin. li or a p.llll. reduction tl tin War Tain as Uvi 1 i.u tt pj'W ly the tartu now In tree. Thr-iirl-e-J.ir- ul rtnr.ln-- tiB--f ), Is ttie Mrknnt.jot llirav half-billio- The Wnckly li l' t i i I Courier-Journa- l . i hessot-keept- ti.i' 1 1 ul f nut?, r ti it t 'r ... ' I ti-- n I.u, other r. en I It lias pmr-i- ll of the allr.t Kiit-r- s m .( r. i i.ln.ts In U r. nnlrr. It promts the ol th wetV fr every ertl.nef the World. It !, In t tlir.Kh.ul the war cmti r lman,r cf Serial and Short Skteka ly pi oiitwot a I . fol . . . I enters thu n . f (S c I It u Model PotHlcal and ramllt . Huri-r- . t f r li i it tc4jrphtc nt lisVJ I tjiutiiiiy and juiil h m o , f It, it its in r i. r p r . neu f n.'i . nt ih-pri- ! iln . Paper. .neny ,.,,! i Msi-am,- ritATEltNAL FEATUrtES. Harpcr'a Magitlne .... "Each trado is locally organized with us Our organizations go as with American?. further, boever, and posse s features that in this country cbaractcrizi Masonic belles. A inetubar who falls sick is uursod by his is provided with medltine, diet and physician by tho union, and when destitute through a longthy sickuess, it oven suppliod with food, raiment, and even funds. I question if a trades union in Europe or America does the same. Reyond all this there is with us a distinct tocoguition of tbo idea of duty. An Oriontul employer is morally bound to look after the welfare physical, pjcunlary and spiritual of bis Ho should admonish thom whon employes. thoy go in wrong courses; teach them bow to uso money and accumulate wealth; see that they are neat, cloan and careful in person and drers. Ho hi short stands In the position of a fatbor. "A similar relation is borne by a icnlor to a junior in a family union and by tho of a trades union to its members. otilcer Reyond family and trades unions are other great organizations for men who, belonging to different tradss or callings have similar tastes, desires or needs. One of those Is Tapettr Weaving. quasi political, and is probably the largest Art Journal The strength and society in the world. weaving was ono of the distinc- activity of these organiattlons was shown Tapestry tive arts of Florence at that time when the in the g rebellion, when, without busy fingers and refined taste of ber citizens telegraph, and practically no mail service, evolvod artistic forms out of every mate rial thousands of men revolted in a few days they touched, ba it marble or canvas, stone and tbo emperor was compelled to call in silk, wood or precious stones. Like most of Chinese Oordon and 1,000 European soltho arts of the renaissance, this alio was diers to crush tho insurrection. When brought from tha east at the time of the Americans understand and know our poople crusades, took root in Franca and Germany, and customs this agitation will and reached its culmination in Italy. die out altogether." story may ba briefly traced in Its sucThe 'o "tVonder. cessive nanus, Sarapinois, Arras, and e, The earlier English and French Norrlstoirn Herald such as the veils depictis of Dago-beThe New York Tribune says of Mary iu tbo church of St. Denis in the sixth Anderson as Hnallnd: "Every emanation century, tho Auxarro ombroldorel hang- of ber heart is nloqunit of lnuata royal suings in 810, and the Uayoux tapestry of MaNo wonder her manager periority." tilda, do not enter into tbo history, as charges 2 SO admission! they nero not woven but warked with n Tul! Cormtalk. needle, as were also the Ryziutine onos. Some t"l I com "as oxhlblted Iu Portland, Tho Flemish factories began iu tha twelfth co.itury, and tboso of Arrns in Picnrdy Ore., a short time ago. 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FERRY ot CO., Detroit, Michigan. VIII 6.10 t &ZlFOH lOOb.sXl katA'AL. cuJiinttlof . JaifVA W. C. CUrk Ii.h Impii nominated pen:- . mMt.ratPduw:. " kUi ' that a & ssplmtonu'iH." "- '- ' "M ' dam-ape, Wathott'e d diaillt-i- at i ouisville was aii. $15,0(50 by Gie. intuitu uciuin tho Patent OtTlro and have prepared tnoro than. One isunurecj Thou-nnn- cl annruationiii rpatenta In the Cm d binte ancl f ,reitin oouutrie I at. nrfl. I'rMilA.MnrL. Conr.rilfUt. AiMfrnMirnts. mul nil fithar lianers for jsccurinx to inscntor ItK'ir rljjhte 1 In tha ranee. j I mtnl State, ( anada. Kmtland. Jtieriimny and otLer foreiitu countr e. pre-- I p treilat short notke and on rvasoiiable terms I patent Information a to obtaiuiuir Hand-book of Mlthnut- - chsrK". 1 tlStuUtM lilitsltlwl iii.trtiiiilitin unt frrf. tlirouBh Munn iTo. are noticed iBthsholeotifl American free. The odrnntaiteoteiii'h noiulsuall undiT'tood by si) peraou viho wish todlspotenf their pasanla. A CO . Office SeiwrftFIC, ilU.VN AdilrMS iwaun-AJt- Eight yeafs' tor Man and Beast. Mustang Liniment is older than most men, and used more and more every year. , XI UrotMlamy, esv York.