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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885122201 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. ? Semi WuMm VOL. XIV. nitiwf ImtfnaL NO. 81 CANDIDATES. HUSTON VILLE. LINCOLN COUNTS STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1885. a quarter of century, but ii still a vigo rous, active man, in the very prime of life. Originally an officer in the Indian navy, he wa thrown Into civil employment, many rears ago, br the transfer of the old East India Company's government to the crown, and the absorption of the Company' navy Into the Royal ditto. He still has an "odor of brine" about him, and walks as if he were on the quarter deck instead of the dry land, with hearty, cheery waya that keep us constantly stirred up, whenever he ii near. One lias tho impression of r. "stiff breeze" whenever be cornea into the house of a morclng, with a oily shout and a roaring inquiry after the health of his "sflltcled family," as he has denominated us since we all landed from Lucknow, In such a deplorable condition. His Indomitable cheerfulness was one of the dear LORD'S "mesns" in effecting a speedy cure of the entire party, and as he drove away In his dog cart this morning, bis, no longer "i filleted family," were all well and out In the front verandah to see him off. I think I detected in hit subdued ''good bye," as lie gave each hind a eallorly grasp--, just a slight tremulouweea that told how hard it was to part. Rut ha Jumped briskly into the "trap" and without turning his head, rattled ofl at a tremendous pace; bearing away for hi district duties, like a barque under reefed topsails, and a"atlfrbrets" still driving abaft. A true heart ll ever there waa one, whom we love most dearly for what he is and jvhat he has done for the wandering family, whom he haa left in full poasersion of his comfortable bungalow for as long as we would like to remain. He begged us to stay all the winter here, and make headquarters. But this will not suit our work, we think, and wc shall, perhaps, not be longer here than the 23d Inst, when the ''Scottish Rill as" march ofl to the great "camp of exercise" that is to be held in the Punjah during the cold season. 10,000 soldier are to manouvre for a side. Under the best Indian .000 Generals on the field, there forces, 200 or mora miles apart, are to find each other, out flank, and t finally one another in a pitched battle, with everything upon an actual war footing, and all surroundings as nearly like nn actual campaign as passible, oave in the substitution of blank for loadid cartridges, which, after all, I should think, is the real gist of the whole matter, since any one can be heroically brave in front of harmless discharges of artillery and musketry. However, the mimic warfare and the real marching will harden the braye fellows tremendously, for the Russian campaign, that all are expecting In the near future. Nobody dreams that the great Northern bear has anything but hostile designs, in pushing his railway acro'aCentnl Asia towards the coveted dominions of the British Lion. Eren if it were not "written" in tho "Book of Book" that the "Prince of Roosh and Meibech and Tubal" (Russia, Moscow and Tobolsk) would "in latter days" try conclu sions with "Israel." See Etskiel chapters 33 and 39, dear reader and ask yourself where Israel is to be found, nave in the great rival to Russia even the British Empire. The "mercnants of Tarsbish and tbe young lions thereof;" where will you find them save in the great mercantile and maritime power, whose vigorous young col onies, grown into nations, dot the plinet now, and soon will overspread the earth with a benign away taking all authority from the "Lion of the tribe of Judah," whoso arrival "in power and great glory," will, ere lonj, turn earth's groins to glad nesfl. l'ratso me untu; We are having delightful meetings with the eoldlera every night, an! the LORD Is turning some to righteoasneo. All well again. Weather most delicious. Ever in Geo. O Barkej. Jesus, fihabje-hanporeovictory-'JOout-marc- h, out-figh- S jwi-38ttft- li? Inlenorlounral GEO. 0. BARNES. ken." Spo Noth- 'I Believed: Therefore Have I 'Praise the Lord. God U Loreand ing Elao," SlIAHJEHANrORK, INDIA, Not. 10, '85. Dear Interior: -- Ai I wm thinking orer the formuU la "our beautiful Com-mo- o 8erlce,"I wm impressed, in a way which I wish to jiut oo record, by these bod of cur lord Jnui Christ, which wis given for the, preaerre thy body and soul unto everlasting life." All familiar with the Church of Erglaod atrvlcia, nt occe recojntzi the words spoken by the Priest, m he gtres the bread to the communicant. The particular words that gave me new H,ht were: 'Tretem thy body." What connection bu the "broken body" of our LORD Christ with my body, so that Ills becomes a "preerTer" of mint? "He poured out Ills soul unto death." That (area my soul. Hat hu His body, by the same heavenly logic, a direct communication with ailncT 1 belters it hs. And if so, what un koown blwine children of the Father turn their backs upon, as the turn away from the Sacramental tabl? For, of course, all intelligent christians, who thin "rememhber the LORD'S death, till Jlecotues," believe that the elemenU of bread and wine are the "outward signs of an inward and invisible grace," that flows to the worthy recipient, when partaken of in faith. Either this, or nothing. But what gracs comes to the bod? "Preserve tby body " Is this ecriptural? Let us see. In 1 Cor. 11, "Judgment" comes upon "unworthy" partakers not because they are sinners, or evil doer, or cold hearted, at satin would like to have it, and thus drive away all whcae consciences condemn them, but simply because they did not "discern the body." "The Lord's body" is not in the original. It ii simply "the body." And this failure made them "gull. ty of the bjxljr of the LORD." What is (be deep significance of that phra? Let us see further: "For this cause many among you are weak and sickly and many even sleep word: "The l'r Miss Betsy's Urork, The President's sister is credited with writing (hit part of the message: The atrength, the perpetuity, and tho destiny of our nation rest upon our homes, established by the law of God, guarded by parental authority and sanctified by parental 1ot. These are not the home of poligamr. The mother of our land who rule the nation is they mould the characteit and guide the action of their eons, live according to God' holy ordinance, and each, te cure and happy in the exclusive love of the father of her children, sheds the warm, ngbt oi true womanhood, unperverted and unpolluted, upon all within her pure and wholesome family circle. These are not tbe cheerless, crushed and unwomanly mothers of polygamy. The father of our families are the beat citizens of the republic. Wife and children are tbe source of patriotism, and conjugal and parental affection beget devotion to the country. The man who, undefined with plural mirriage, ii surrounded in his single home with his wife and children, haa a stake In tbe country which him with respect for its law and courage for it defense. These are not the fathers of polygamous families. There! no feature of thi practice, or the system which sanctions it, which I not opposed to all that la of value in our institutions. AGRICTURAL, A daily dust bath is essential to tbe health of fowl In winter. If coal ashes are placed in a box in one corner of the house, they will be eagerly used by fowls to keep themselves free from vermin. When an apple orchard has been left several years without plowing the root of the trees graduilly extend nearer the aurface, so that plowing is quite apt to be Injurious. So long as an orchard is plowed every year cultivation will do it good rather than harm. A large growth of clover left on the ground as a protection during winter adds immensely to its fertility. The strength of the clover leaves and stem la Ioamed into the soil, while their refuse adds a a protection to the roots, giving the plant vigor for an early start in the spring. It is undoubteJIy true that pork made from corn hu a firmer texture than that produced by feeding sloppv food, apples and vegetables. It is all very well to give other food while the hog is growing, but whole corn or dry meal is better while tbe finishing of the fattening process is going on. "As scarce aa hen's teeth" haa become a proberb. And aa fowls have no teeth they are dependent on sand and gravel swallowed to grind the food In their gizzuds. A supply of grarel should ba kept for winter use, and a email quantity placed where fowls can hare access to it when the ground Is covered with snow. There la a pool in Utah only a foot deep, and situated at a very high altitude that refuses to froizs even In the severest win-ter- n. There Is another that mysteriously replenishes itself with half grown trout. Oae stream, though clear aa a crystal to the eye and tastdess, stains all the vegetation it lbws over a deep brown. A warm spring near Salt Like City Is the strongest sulphur water in the world, A hot spring a few milea off, with waters so hot that you can hardly put your hand into them, and as bright aa diamonds, is one of the most remarkable combinations of chemicals ever analyzed. L' II" (die)." Htrange nan ;uiW, if the ordinary in terprctatlon be the true one. vlt, that ratan smote with sickness and death those who living in knosrn sin, attempted to re member the death of Him who died for sin acd sins known and unknown. Hut suppose we look at it from this standpoint: "He bore our sickneas and curled our infirmities" as well as "our sins, in His own bedr on the tree." Oae scripture is as true as the other, is it not, dear readet? Again, I say, every intelligent christian, who believes in subitltqtlon, plainly sees that all and singular sin and sins are -e- imply because they have thus been for-Riv- "borne" by Hira. Rat it is not so generally seen, that just .ii He bore it, I may claim exemption from sickness becaure ne bore them. And, this jjintfsclaccmi clearly let forth in the communion af the LORD'S eupper. The dear 8avior makes provision, in it, for ii healthy bjdy, as well as for a "heart sprinkled from an evil comclence" by (he precious Rlood. What a light this throws upon the much neglected ordinance! I co not wonder that satan 1ms, with all the h art nt his command, so turned It, on one hand, Into a superstition, and on the other into a sentimental observance; hi so bereft it of practical meaning that it it practically neglected; being with some put tu one nider by the loiii: intervals that di. vide the ptrlodical observances of the ordinance ami br others, who celebrnte it 'reijiiiutly more as a distlngulshinc sectarian (nature, than ns a distinct and ncog-nit- d "means of grace" Who has not been palnod by tho heartless way In which this feast, ho near tho Havior'a heart, that he Instituted it "the name night In which He wm betrayed," has fallen Into disrepute almost, in these days of carelessness and disobedience? Who, nt least among those who love Him bes? It is pitiful to think of the surrendered blessing thua betrayed into satan'u hands by the dleoiplei of tho LORD. It should seem, that once the truth is seen, that at t'lls wondrous feast (hero la received, by faltn, (he Heavenly energy that makea bodily and spiritual lifo charm cd live', all would make speed to eat and drink "decerning the body" and rtceiv ing the blessing. Ala I The "cbildien of the kingdom" turn away carelessly, acd then what can the der LORD do but weep? And through thin open door of unbjlief comea the nivcning wolf who rends and tenr; and of tho tortured Ibck ninny are, henceforth "weal: and sickly ncU many oven Bleep," "He thut hath eir to hear let him hear." Oar dear host left us this morning, his duties culling him In camp. He will Le out nil winter moving in tents, from point to point in hU district. I want my renders to know this dear friend better. We eoroll him among the "fpechls" in tliii dear evsnel Holms linn in India ovor hel-lln- as I may claim exemption from sin because The beat mucilage is made by dissolving gum arable in water, and adding a little oil of cloves to prevent its decomposition. A common receipt it: Mix It ouncesjgum arable, 3 ounces of distilled vinegar, 1 Carryinu Modesty too Far -- Oce of ounce white sugar; 1 pirt of acetic acid in ths meet remarkable suicides reported late 5 parts of water can be used lustsad of the ly is that of Mr. John Webster near Shel- distilled vinegar. The poor gradea are by, X. O. Mr. Webster was a most modest made by treating starch with sulphuric acyoung man. Last Friday evening when here id. The government uses the following turned from a drncj the room which he Gum dextrine 2 part", acetic ncid 1 part, hsd occupied for mouths had been given water 5 parts. Dissolve in a water bath tor the night to three young ladies. Un- and add alcohol 1 part. aware of this he entered the room and Magistrate Ever been arrested before? found two of the girls disrobed. This Prlaoner No, Bah. greatly confused him. He made profuse Magistrate Didn't I send you to the ud apologies and retired, The blunder weighlast winter for ten day? ed upon his mind to such an extent that he Prlaoner I 'clar to goodness, now I looks determined to kill himself rather than live at you', Jedge, I b'love yo' did, But I'a a to fsca the young ladies ard the communNew York poor hand to 'member faces. ity. The friend ipf Mr. Webster are In. Sun. cliaed to think lie car d his modest ecru, Negroes say that if a person ia struck by pie a little too fir. TAMaata Constitution. lightning he can never swim afterwards, Of A Sweet Revenoe Twenty years ago, course not. If the lightning strikes very three guerillai In Whitley county took a hard he don't think of going in swimming. man named Sam Smock, out in the woods He hustled right nlong up tbe golden stairs, anil shot him in the forehead and left him lie never ewima any more; he plays on a for dead. The bll passed under the brain golden harp. California Maverick, and pieaed out nt the back of his neck The conductors on the Sunset Route are Smock recovered, nud registered n vow that he would bo revenged. Several years ago he a very,brigbt set of men. A traveler asked killed one of them in Missouri, and later one of them, "Will I have time to get route-thin- g "Yes, to eat at the next station?" he killed one in Garrard countv, thin State. A few days go, the last oce, n man named you will have time enough if you are not Saunders, waa found dead In Whitley coun- going any further on this train."-Tex- as ty, with this coto pinned on his coat: "This Riflings. is tho last net of a tragedy commenced An anxloua inquirer aekr: "Where would twenty yeais ago." you advise ma to go to learn how to play A California critic win listening to a vo- the plane?" To the woo 1, dear to the deep, dirk, calist, eminout, indeed, in her profusion, Boston Post. but rather aflected in manner, who was damp, dangerous woods. warbling to hi r own great satisfaction, "0, MKdKS. Harvey K. Hayes and Robwould I were ft bird." when he i?av r.ns tohlsfeellnjsinechtlng notca with these ert J. Breckinridge, Jr., of Boyle county, words. "0. would I were a gun."-Pl- ti. are booked for nppointmenta In Collector ban Chrjniole Broiuton's district. It-la- From force of habit, or a propensity to meditate, or as aymptooaatla of a chronic case of eaaxlht stribmdi or for tome lees rapecubl reason, I always have a desire to be one of the cizy crowd of correspon denta, who uaually meet and chatter In the column of tbe Interior Journal at or near the cloalni hours of the parting year. Now don't be alarmed Mr. Editotl and you kind reader accept my aarance that I can not conceive of auch a thing aa originality in a Christmas carol. I have a vague idea that during the last 1800 and odd years the aubject has been mentioned more than once. True, the classic Heathen of antiquity are altent in reference to it. It waa their misfortune te lire and die without tbe ecstatic scenes and sounds of a Chrlatmu festival. David, old Israel's poetic King, would have rejoiced to tuno hla harp to auch a theme, and with the aid of an annually recurring festival, might have weaned his wayward boy from the frequent escapades in which they aeen to have delighted; but David lived too aooo. During tbe long line of ages aince the Institution of the festival it haa never loat ita interest for ail classes of people. The bright genius of Washington Irving caught inspiration from ita auggeationa, and the great heart of Dickena pulsated more kindly aa he wove hla glowing fanciea into leaaona of gratitude and pralee, philanthropy and fraternity. The mode of celebrating the day la not alwaya the most appropriate or rational. Much that haa been said and dsne during tire festive season ia utterly foreign to the ori gin and design, the idea and significance of the inatitution. It la a birthday But why eo widely obaerved, so long commemorated? Because it is the annireraary of an erent of moro Importance to the race, more momentoua in its influence, more glorious in ita results than aught elee and all elae that erer affected the bu man family. It waa a voice of cheer and hope and delirerance from four thousand years of gloom and agony. It was a solution of tbe problem which had baflled tbe wisdom of erery age aince tbe world began. It waa tbe fulfilment, of a promise on which the faithfhl had leaned, and for which they had waited for forty centuriea. There waa significance in the political phase of the earth at the time of ita occurrence. The conflicts and conrulaiona which had dyed the world in blood ceared for a time to utter their discordant noire. The powers of earth aeemed to have paused for a time, and to be awaiting a development. Nor waa earth and its teeming humanity the only Interested watchers. The heavenly hosts were watting and watching too; and when the event took place the choral angels hailed tbe advent with the song! "Glory to God in tbe highest. And on earth peace; good will to men." Then waa proclaimed the true significaucy of the incarnation. Then was the initiative and the reason of the gladnees with which we hall thla festival. We do not all regard it as a religious celebration; but yet we all toddling infancy and trembling age, inflated wealth and pallid poverty, bouyant health and wasting disease we all look forward with a common and undying interest to thla one featival. We may not all unite in ascriptions of glory to the Beatower of every blessing we may not all take in the fullness and the vitality of the expression "on earth peace" but we may and do, appreciate, dimly, inadequately may-hap- , but atill appreciate and from our hearta the eenti ment "good will toward men." On thla common ground then let ua aland. Ab we rejoice in possession of health and frienda and worldly comforts, let ua those leas favorably situated. Is there not n brooding spirit aomewhere which wecan reach and warm and cheer with a word or act of kindnest? Ij there not somewhere a wearied, worn and friend less one almost reidy to exclaim that there ia no sympathy on earth into whose despairing eoul we can send the glad assurance of good will toward men, and whote cheerless spirit we can Irradiate with the word and smile of kindly Interest? Ia there not somewhere a little child g z ing with longing eye upon the tasteful toys and glittering glfta of the seaaon aud learning in its most cruel form the bitter lesson of adversity, whose heart we csn make glad by a remembrance at this auspicious season? Let ua not permit the week to pass without aoms record of a word of comfort spoken, a weary burden lightened, a kindly act performed. celo-bratiotime-honore- d to-dcon-ald- W. B. WITHERS Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to ortbe Democracy. Offlee-Bo- nth SURGEON DEN'riaT. "TAwrOED, KY. db. w. u. FEtrirr, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Y.WI A TTMU'AYr tide Main Street, two doors above rt- - PuraNI trout Ozlde Oat adialnltterad whtn the actios VaUW E. Is a Csndldatofor Assessor, SubjKt to tba action ol tbs Democratic puty. I. KENNEDY Dontlat. GEORGE 8. CARPENTER Is a Candidate for Coanty Clerk, subject to ths tion of tbs Democracy. ac- Offlce on Lancaster street, next door to Irn-uo- a Journal oflce. Offlce hours from 8 to 13 a. x. and 1 to 8 p. at. Anesthetics administered wbas necessary. USMyr. Is a Candidate for Attestor of Lincoln county, tub Ject to tbe action ot tbs Democracy. Dressed Pine Plooring, Ceiling, Weather Boards, Finishing Lumber, Green Lumber in the Sough, including Laths and Shingles. WILLIS C. HARNETT a Candidate lor the ofOce of Jailer of Lincoln SFortheconrenlenceof our euitomen In Hun-for- d It and Tlclnlty we hare arranged with Geo. county, subject to primary election of tbe DemoD. Wearen to keep on hit yards on ataortmeot cratic party. of our Lumber, where J. LUMBER! 9f. JOHNSON they can gut It as cheap aa frosaut direct. lie will nlto make eitlrnatea br any bllla not on bandt.whlch wa will fill on thort W. T. SAUNDERS notice, MEL TIX A DA VIK. Lily, Ky. It a Candidate tor Jailer, subject to the action ot 2-- tbt Democracy. T. M. PENNINGTON It a Candidate forlCounty Clerk ol ed to ths action of tho Democracy. Lincoln, tub- A Grand Combination THE INTERIOR Courier-Journ- JUDGE W. O. HANSFORD It a Candidate for County : Attorney ol Lincoln, tubjectto ths action of ths Democracy. JOURNAL al And the LouIaTille JUDGE T. W. VARNOX It aCandtdate for to theofflce of County Jud(e, subject to tbe action of tbs Democracy. Weekly One year for only wo pinert for more than the price of one. little By paying ut 13 you win recelre for one year your home paper with the l, the reprceenUtlTe newiptper of the South, democratic and for a tariff for rerenue only, and tba boat, Ita Candidate for County Clerk or Lincoln, subject brightest and ablest family weekly in the United Statei. Thoie wbo dealre to examine a sample to.the action of the Democracy. copy of tba can do to at thlt office. J. D. SWOPE Courier-Journa- Courier-Journ- al GEORGE B. COOPER It a candidate for County Clerk of Lincoln, tubject to the action of the L emocratlc party. JAMES P. BAILEY for Circuit Clerk, tubject to the tion ol the democratic ptrty. CHESHEJ t OHIO HY. Ita candidate ac- Kent tick 'a Ronto East Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. T. D. NEYFLAND It a candidate for BberlQ of Lincoln county, to the action of the domocracy. tub-Jec- The only line running W. L. DAWSON It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln County, to t he action of the Democratic party. tub-Jec- PDLLMAX SEW SLEEPING CABS asD t A SOLID TRAIN FROM for Jailor of Lincoln county, ject to the action of the Democratic party. It a candidate SABf. H. OWENS Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky to Washington Oity, aub- Fast Traina for Now York, The Direct Route to Lynchburg, DaoTille, Norfolk and all Ylratnla and North Carolina Polnti. Fortlckett and further information, apply to your nearest ticket offlce or address W. W.Monroe, Dlv. Freight and Passenger Agent, Lexington Ky. O. W. SMITH, II. W. FULLER, Oen'l Manar, Oen'l Paaa'r Agt. Blcbmond. Virginia. Connecting In tbe aame depot with D. B. CARPENTER, aa County Attorney, la a Candidate for tubject to tbe action of the Democratic party; JAMES W. ALCORN It a Cadldate for Circuit Judge In tbe thla District, tuuject to tbe action oftbt Democracy. R. C. WARREN It a Candidate for to the oflce of Attorney ot the 8th Judicial subject to tbe action of the Democracy. Dit-trlc- t, O. & M. O. It II. WADDLE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI a Candidate for Commonweltb'a Attorney of tbe 8th Judicial Dir'tlct, tubjectto tbe action of The dlrtct through lice and old established route from ine uemocrauc pany. I W JOHN S. TAN WINKLE It a Candidate Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis for Circuit Judge of the Stb District, tubject to the Primary election ol tbe Democratic party to be beld tbe lit Saturday in March, Two (2) Dally Trains from LouIsTlUe to St. Louts, 1880. Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati to St, Louis. and all points in the West. Store RoomFoi' Rent The largo and desirable Store Room In Journal building, fronting on la tor rent. Apply to ir. I'. WA LTOX, Stanford. 73-- tf Only lO hours from to it. Liutsrllleand Cincinnati Louis. Tho Only Lino by whioh you can The got a Through Sleeping Car Main at. I'rom Clncinttl to St. Louis. through from LouitTille and Cincinnati to St. Louts, all other routes being made up of a combination of small roads. The Ohio A. Mississippi Railway runs Palatial Bleeping Cars on night trains; Luxuriant Parlor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coaches on all trains. Direct and close connections aro made in UNION DEPOTS with dlrerglDg lines by theO. A M. Hallway, thut avoiding troblcsoms transfers by othtr routes. Tbe Ohio A Mlsilaslpp! Hallway Is tho only line between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis umler one management, tunning all lis trains through solid an I In consequence Is recognized First-Cla- ss Uoutu between those Cities, Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for lull particulars as to rates, time, maps, circulars or any desired Information, or write to IUIBT. II. Trav. Pass. A gt 0 A SI K'y. Sou ertet. Ky, W. St. PEAB0DV. W. 11. bll.VTIUC. . Proa, and Gen'l Strfii'gr, Ucn. Pass. Ag't, BUILDERS ATTENTION I We arc ilow prepared to furntth all klndt ot lumber iu tbe rough and agents for planing mills. Keep constantly on band droned Hoorlng, celling, z, wettber-boardfndoors, tatb, blinds, moulding Ac, at lowest prices. 3Stl IIHIOIIT 4 JIETCILF. Thfi O ".V3 foTVT 1,toeonIj lino running FOR SALEOR RENT. -I- tXY HOUSE A.ISTt LOT- - On DanTlllo Avenue, In Stanford. The houeo contains 7 rooms, cellar and porch. Lot well lmpror-c- d, stable with G trails, buggy house, wagon shed, cistern, all coal and smoke homes aud a new and la good reralr. Enquire on premises. 5M J. U. UKIGJXS. Dr. E. J. Nickorson, Physician and Surgeon, Office Cincinnati, 0. at Central Hotel, Danville, Ey. L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R R. TUB ORKAT Plies nud Fistula Perfectly Cured. No Knifo, Ligaturo or Caustic TJsod. Treatment Mild, No Detention; Business, THROUGH TRDxMC LINE 10 TUK One ol the boarders in a private holding-hous- e Only one change to pvlutt In tho next three months to tba following gen-- i By permission he ref-1 S. Irtvfn. lla...nn. v., lt.itl.ip. , 11 A. ..w-- ,, v..j liruiuu... Stanford, Cy.: Judge O. r. I.ee, Tom Jlurpby. w. Dan. John Jones, a farmer, 71 P. Tvuiilo,.iotin M. Spoonamoro, Sim CooV, II, O. vllle, Ky j tier J. A. Ilojlo, ItuttonvlMe; years old, living near Covington, waa SUliOUfJ.o. iioDiu.ou, Lancaster, uu. x. Seeking boaies on the line of thlt road will recelre Walker, found hanging in his barn. His marriage Jobmou, C. C. Chrlsmau, Klrksvllle, Ky.; J. S. tptclal rata. BryanUTllle. Ky.; J I', Daniel, McKIn-neKy.; O, J. Boslcy, Lebanon, Ky., Oco. Low. with a young widow had been opposed BiTjee Aftots of this Company far rates, roulei K Cftiupl.UTllls, Ky.; A. A. McUlnnlt, Mowllng by his children, and the old man hung him Green. Ky.; Uoo. llofion, Judse J W. Hufbts, Ae, erwilte C. P. ATJiOHE, (J P. A T. A., HatFsrftWg Kj.;fC. humt, Mi.UM, ly. seW. Louisville, Ky.g!, in this city, not orer prompt in pay. ing boird-billgrumblingly observed, a morning or two ago, in the bearing of the "boarding mtraus:" "This ccflee Isn't settled." "I guess it will be settled before your bill ia settled," she quickly retorted This was a rettler he little expe:ted. It seta little ripple of laughter in motion rouud the table, and, when It settled, the peacemaker of the house obaerved thut there were probably grounda for complaint on botkside, which settled the matter, and reign Boston harmony resumed her Courier. well-to-d- SOUTH & WEST WITH Irom Pullman Palace Sleepers. Louisville AUaiiltt, to Nashville, JLllllo Koek, Xo Cure Certain nud Permanent. Cure, Xo Pay. Special Attention also Given to Chronic Kidney & Bladdor Troubles, At well at nil Diseases peculiar to Women, CIiarcM moderate Dr. N. uan le con lulled free of ihargeaud will b lounJ at hit oOHo at all timet m T l.tf-ttt. jTiomgomcry, Mobile and Sew OrlcaiiN. ....., y; Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS n., '.,. tt-&- .J&'r - i S""SaiHHBlHt!Q--"- . J Ji.S( 1 1 s; & mm0 JBIMY AND THE DUKE. ?lM.Try, IKnnuyK. Jimmy was rng;od and dirty and Alone, but no Rclon of royalty over carried hi bond hlgbor, or vroro both bun Is in his trou3r-pock8with mora unconcorn thau ts t mJm T W did Jimmy that dny. What it overybody else was riding on the beach gue he'd bad aclara-bk- e of bin own that morning, and could give tbe best of 'ora pointers on the any day. At for uanogoment of a sail-bodrivingbah I hadn't he two goal lost of his own, nod "whew wl if that Isn'tft tunv to out, now!"1 and Jimmy stopped stock-still on every mouthful. No street Give us a plate chuefc fall, plenty, of elbow room, and flvo' mlnutos'fonT the tratnYntorts, nnd I don't nsleUo odds of any duko do you!' "No, I'don'ftMuk I do, nl hungry as Inm now," was the spirited fe$y,and tlioy passed into tho houso. Jimmy's introductions wore original, rit toast, but ho made the family understanl who bis new friend was, though upon asking for his name tho 'atter had wild, hastily: "Oli, call mo Coachy, ns you bo;an; it's as good a'naino ai nny," nnd Coachy ho mi for the rest of tho day. Thoy sat down to dinner ",vV and thj an 1 redolent of hired man in sbirt-sloevo- i. to help you enjoy youraalf while roa'ro young," and slipping a big round sola Into the youngster's palni7 ho sprang htb the landau, 'cnlloJ out a gay ""good-byP ind was driven rapidly 'Sway. Tho astonlshod youth lookol ntter the tudncloiH sorvant and with round oyo, which Anally droppod to tbo piece of metal in hit hand, "It's gold," ho whlsporod, excitodly, "and lot a silver dollar at I s'posej, and there's' two Xs on it, Jerusalem crickets! it's a 2) "" rold piece it It's n cent!" thing much-privllego- d THE BUllGLAfc'S S.IT. r FACTORY . . nt rC w tr - ( ' & it BURGERS' THAT MANUFACTURES TOOLS'EXCLUSlVELY. W. M. BOGLE, Doalorln- Iluw Sctouttrto 3Iochniilc.it liijimulty Aids Hie Croot 1 An lUeotrlo .Suit fur Cut- ' f tin, fiaf,t llfiwn Alttiitilhtln flnmv t'uuutttlu Not 14 ton tod. Denver News.) Staple-J. mm -- & Fancy groceries. "" fc. , "V gaze. I A socond look told tbe wholo story. "It's tbe duke!" be exclaim!, in that tone of awe which overy sovereign citizen of Americi uses when speaking of rank. "I beard he'd como to tbe boacli, and that' him, sure as fate. Well, if that ain't a clippcrl" k Two bono in glittering barrios and were dancod beforo the natty road-car- t, deftly driven by a rather d young man in a cool, baggy coat and straw hat, while upon the slightly rsUed seat in the rear was a most imposing elderly perrooage, in a spick and span suit of dark blue with gilt buttons topped by a tall, rose ted hat Jimmy gavo but one glancn at the former then turned to tho other witl wide, curious eye. "It's the dtiVe, sure," he muttered. "Myl ain't ho a snail, though! Look's as if he'd Crowed round a ramrood, he's so lUff. Well. I b'lieve I'm glad I ain't one-- he I sure," and Jimmy was there'll be a bust-up- , off liko a shot. indeed, for the gay horses A "bul-up- " shied fiercely at the sudden flapping of a sail spread out to dry, dashing tho off whoel against a rock, and canting the light cart over so far as to tip Jimmy's "duke" to tho ground. Ho came down rather beaTily upon tbe clean sand, his gorgeous hat rotting to meet an incoming breaker, but the driver seemed too much occupied with hU plunging hones to pay any attention to his aristocratio master. A little surprised at his coolnoas and unconcern, Jimmy ran for the bat, and returned it with his bost bow, tho "duke" meanwhile brushing off the sand and muttering between bis teeth: "Deuced bunluckyl Spoilt my trousers, I'll wager. Ob, thanks, boy; is it 'urt banyP referring to the hapless tile. "No, tir, Mr. Duke, not at all," stammered Jimmy, ratber at a loss for the proper form-ul- u to use, "was your majesty hurt!'1 The duke frowned, and muttering, ''Quit your chaff, nowl turned away, leaving Jimmy to foel decidedly repuWl. Tho horses were quieted by this time, however, and their driver turned to ask, coolly: "Hurt much, MillardP (Jimmy thought he said "my "I'm afraid this wheel's disabled what do you think'' gazing leisurely downward. "Pretty coolf thought Jimmy, I s'posed theso furrin' servants was better trained; ho acts and talks every bit as keerless as pa's hired man didn't even jump out to help tbe duke up, I swan I "Say, Mr. Coachy," ho suggested here, "my pa's got a blacksmith shop just on a ways pr'aps tho duke would like to go there and get that wheel mended; it's the. only place anynhere within a mile, and He stopped, for there was a queer expression on Coacby' face, which rather staggered him a blank stare, succeeded by a sudden, brilliant, amused light In the handsome eyes, which was almost mora than a smile. "Thank you, my boy," ho responded, pleasantly, "that's a good suggestion; It I walk tbe horses I think we can keep tho wheel on till wo get there. Jump up hero, and point out tho way, will yout' Nothing loath, Jimmy started forward, with a look toward the "Juke"' for approbation, but that high and mighty personngo bad resumed his placo and position, seemingly M) oblivious of everything that tho boy thought: "S'po,o they novor trouble him with small matters, but just llx '1m up and Kind In tho bill!" and quickly mounted UisiJo his new friend. They rodo in sllenco awhile, thoti drawing a littlo closer, Jimmy whispered, confidentially. "If 'twant for the duke, now, I could let you into no end of fun. It'll take pa's man all tho afternoon to mend that r.hoel, and there's goin' to bo a big weddiu' dost to our houso it's my cousin Vins's (Mulvlny, you know), and she's the prettiest gal in tbe country, too. You soo if she ain't! Wouldn't you like to goF' Again that brilliant look. "To be sure I would, and I will! ' decidedly. "Are they going to danceP "Bet yer life! There's two fiddlers and a 'cordion man and it's goin' to bo In Vine's pa's now barn. Won't that bo jolly "Decidedly jolly!" laughed Coachy. "But what'll you do with tbe dukeP pursued Jimmy, edging closer and dropping his voice to a whisper. We could Qx him up a sort o' throno with grandpa's chair and the buffalo robe, and let blm look on, I s'pose. it he would but, you see, 'twould spoil all the fun they'd be so scartof him that they wouldn't half dance, nor kiss the girls nor nothln' don't you seeP "Yes," said Coachy, laughing outright, but quickly checking himself, "Ye, I see- -It is a dilemma!" "Say!" with another bitch, "couldn't you get tbe old duffer back to tbe hotel, somehow, end you stay with usf These swells 'most alien can ride horse-bac- k now, we've got an old army saddle be could put on one o' thorn bossos. You seem sort of a favorite with blm. Can't you manage'' "Well, I'll try," said Coacby, thoughtfully, in splto of the brood smile on hi lips a smilo of satisfaction at the approaching pleasure, Jimmy felt sure "I'll suggest it, at least; he's generally quite tractable." "Do!" said tbe boy, "there's our shop, seel the rod one with the paint most off, and that's our house down in the hollow. Vine lives up on that hill see the barn) Ain't it a whopper! Beit born in the county everybody says." Coacby smilingly agreed with this modest opinion, and, bring bis boras to a sudden stop, sprang lightly to tbe ground, tho "duke" descending with much celerity, and stepping along towards their heads, "My boy," said Coacby quickly, "hold the horses, please. I wish to spoak with the duke," adding the last words in a lower tone, and with a sudden smilo. Tbe two men stepped aside, and Jimmy saw that Coacby seemed to bo giving bis highness some very good advice, for tho latter noddod acquiescence, touching bis hat in his stately, bigbbrod mannor, and walking briskly away. "I've fixed him," .told Coachy turning to tbe boy. "He'll be only too glad to got back to tho comforts of tbe hotel, and then, my boy, for fun." "Firt, we'll have dinner," said Jimmy with u business air, "and you'll eat at the first table, too our hired men alters do. You ain't used to that at boino bo you!" Coacby's Up twitched so courulslvely at this that Jimmy folt afraid he had otfendod bim, and be hnsuiioJ to add, coal-blacbored-lookinblonde-whUkereIo.-d.-"j -- ,. toll promised to sinful ning, "ma," and Sal Ho calico, but in splto elicited more than one that honest but nioit accompanlmont to man In the in curl-papers begin- of theso tbe latter glance from tho and new-como- r. Her sad, listless manner and sober loveli-noexcited a feeling of tender curiosity In who wa, however, hungry her enough atter his ride in tbo sharp, salt air to enjoy bis dinner, desplto his sympathetic and bravely attackod the baked pork and beans, boiled potatoes and cabbage, pie, jobnnycake, doughnuts, and cheese, which jostled each other on his capacious plate. "Spose that Juke o' your'n has a ssp'rate dish fer overy ono of bis victuals," interpolated "I'a," giving bb knife an Instant's rost; "at least I've hoord says so. Wondor ef them really thinks they hoa compartments In their stummlck'il 'Pears so," ho added, with fine toorn at tbe folly of this whim, and Coacby only smiled meekly, eating tbe round of bis trencher, and enjoying overy mouthful with a sett that surprised him Into silence. "Is your cousin Malvlna prattler than your slsterr asked the visitor, In a careless tone as tbo new friends strolled toward the tables a little later. "Prettier! You bet! She's got no end of fun in her, and the snapplngest eyes you evor 1 03. Sallle usd to be retty, too, but she's no good any more since Joe's gone away." "Who's Joel' asked Coachy, selecting a superb cigar from a case whoso graven crost immediately caught Jimmy's quick eye. "Hullo! What's that" he askod, curiously. "Oh, It's tbo duke's" was tbe immediate answer. "I I sometimes carry it for him, and take a cigar for my trouble; it's heavy, you see." "Knowod ba was lazy, tbe old coon," came tbe contemptuous answer. " 'Who's Joel' oh, her swoethenrt and a goal fellow, too, I vow. But he didn't hav a red copper to bbss himsolf with, and pa shipped him in short order. Ho's gono wot now gone to .ho mines to make bis fottln', and Sal's watin' for bim. Pa and ma don't know It. They think she'll marry thet old widower Poters, thot owns the next farm, and he's got two of the batefulest, youngsters you ever fe; but lal Sal won't look at bim, I know." An hour later found thorn at the big, new barn, looking in through tho wldo-opo- n doorway, the guest taking in the scene with the enjoyment both of a novice and on artist. Tho clean, white pine floor, the d walls gayly draped with festoons of arbor vitro, caught up bugb, glowing c mass of blood-reor peonies, formed a novel stage, whllo tbe musicians' stand was improvised from the walls of the lorse-stallwith a few loose boards laid across, upon which sat tbo two fiddlers and the latter calling the 'cordion-man- , " Money changes of off tbe swift n sets of ruitic Musk," which a swnins and. maidens, led off by the blushing bride and groom, wers gaily dancing All thN, with tbo gaping, laughing without, their long, crowd of lookers-c- n slant afternoon shadows blotting out the hazy September sunshine on tbe grass, formed a picture m orthy of n Claudo Lorraine. Coacby looked on eagerly, unmindful of Jimmy's impatient nadgoi and whisp ers, to tho effect that "a bar'l of new swoot cider was be in' ladled out just 'round the corner," and ct length, spying Sallle, sweeter than ever, in a timple white dress, ho broke away tth scant excuiei and hurried to the spot wbero she stood alono and looking on with big, wistful vis-a-viheart-twingebig-bud high-celled rose-pinis, half-dozebo-lo- st eyes. r Surely no duke of thorn all could havo mado a courtlier bow than did Coacby, doing ready homage to tbo everlasting sovereignty of beauty, as ho begged tbe honor of bar hand for tho next dance, whllo the, starting from her reverlo, smiled, and frankly met his eyos as bo lod her to their placo upon tho smooth floor. Tho afternoon passed rapidly away, a scene of careless mnrry making and gay good humor to tho unlntructei eyo, but pregnant with dramatia situations to tbo initiated. What else was th meaning of Peter's grim frown and flashing eyes as he looked gloomily on while Sallio and her new friend danced, or talked in corners, apparently engaged in a mostdesperato flirtation; or tbe evident agitation of "pa and ma" who vainly tried to recall her to duty by too transparent bints and innuendoes! Even Jimmy, having bad all the cider ho could (wallow, was sick and sulky, and thought it 'real mean o' Sal" to take up bis company like that As for tho girl sbo bad, for onoe, thrown off all restraint and given herself up to the impulse of the moment: for, though tbe could not tell bow it happened, the third ianco was not ended before she bad poured tar wholo story into this stranger's ears, sven treating him to a sight of Joe's last photograph, suspended in a locket about her fair neck. On bis side be bad volunteered the information that the duke was expecting soon to visit the very mines in question, is ho bad an interest there, and wished to nako a quiet trip through that country. "And ohl if you should soe Joe," cried the tweet girl with an upward look that melted ber partner'j heart, "give him my love, please, and tell him I'll never marry old Peters neverl" They parted warmly, as became good friend's, with a secret botweon them. "I am so glad Jimmy brought you," sbe taid, as bo held ber band longer than was exactly necessary, out under a big lllao busb, in the gloaming. "You've brought me real comfort, somehow, and I'll not soon forget it It's lucky the duko didn't oome, though, for he would have spoilt it all but bow will you get homo to tbe hotel I ' duke, I mean-kin- dly "Oh, Mll-t- ho promised to send the carriage for roe; I presume it's waiting now at your gate. Well, Imustgol Oh! hero's Jimmy. Goodbye, and may the Lord bless you." But tbe young man walked very slowly away, and looked back moro than once "to sco tbo young girl standing still," waving his band as if to a frlond and equal, while a sigh welled up from bis very -- Four months had passed away, and tho o in tho hollow crouched under its mowy covering, snu; and safo, while away in (he wostern mountains men tolled as they :ould, and cursed the snow and tho cold which lengthened and hardened their task of wresting from Its hiding-plac- e that gold which to thorn mennt home ind fireside, with the presence of loved ones far away. Poor Joe, undaunted by fatiguos ind sufferings which would have driven itronger men to the wall, stltt kspt at work, tpurrel on by tho thought of a pair of dark, wistful eyes which he knew wero looking hopefully for him each day. But bis pile was still very small, aul hope sojimt almost ready to desert him. How could be bo sure sbe was faithful, if tor all, he thought, gloomily trudging homeward In tbe cheerless twilight with his pickax on his shoulder an I his eyos on the grouul. Such a pretty girl wouldn't wait long for suitors, and hello! what'i that! came faintly froill A long cry of "Hel-pltbo gloomy, slanting ravine at his right, but though be peers 1 anxiously down bo could see nothing. "Hallo!" ha called back In a ringing voice, ar.d the fame cry, but fainter, came again: "Help! Hel-p!- " Using hit clumsy pickax for an alpenstock, he crept cautiously down tho rough declivity, calling out at Interval, and following the sound of tbo answering call, until be reached a dump of bushes by a in whose narrow trail or bridle-path- , shadow lay a man, evidently sorely hurt Joo bent over bim. "Well, stranger, what Is It!" bo asked, In tbo careless tone , of a trnn habituated to danger, but with a certain tenderness not native to tbe ordinary miner. "To be briof, I felt among thieves, and am about done for," said tbe wounded one, faintly. "There Is a stab In my side If you could stop tho blood lie ceased abruptly, overcome with faint-nes- s, whlla Joo with roady skill soon found and stanched the wound with part of the stranger's own garments; then, as bo looked vaguely around, wondering what he would bushes rust lod, and do next, tbo snow-lade- n a figure crawled cautiously out at bis very feet One movement broujht Joe's pickax to a ready pole, and with thenoxt It would descended with crushing force on tbo crawler'' skull, when hit whining voice broke in: Don't 'it me, don't! His 's grace much 'urt! 'As tbe robbers went!" Joo's pickax descended hnrmlosly. "Who be you, you sneak t nud who's 'hie grace,' I'd like to know!" , sir; band I'm 'is "He's tbe duke of sarvint Tbe thieves newly killod us, sir, and ran boff with hour 'ossos, and I took shelter iu a 'ollow lig. sir, for tho time. HU 'e really much 'urt!1 "Killed, I guess." said Joe shortly. "You coward I Why didn't you como and help blm, beforo it was too late! Hero, help me lift him so; we'll take him to my cabin." Fortunately it was not far away, and Joo, a few hours Iator, had the satisfaction of and comeelng bis guest warmed, forted, be cut sowed up, and himself In n fair way to recovery, though still weak from loss of blood. As, utterly weary, the miner stopped silently to tho side of hi' bunk, to give him ono las treasuring glance beforo seeking his own hard bol on the floor, the sufforer reached out a whllo, delicate band and caught Joa's bard brown ono In a warm clasp. "My frlond, what lsyournamoP he aikod, yaakly. "Joo Brady, your lordship," said the boneU fellow, bis heart tlnttoriu; a littlo at nolng thus addrovse! by a llvo aristocrat The duke's eyos opened wide, "Is it possible! KUniot, as lllve! I must bo their providence if they are to bo my fate" and they closed again, woarily. "Light healed I seo," muttered Joo, tur.ilng away. 'Talu't much wonder, either all he's gono through We 1, bo'll bo all right I liopo," and In five minutes Joo's snores mingled with tho doughty Millard's on tho cabin floor. though Tbe duke's was a merofleib-wouna deep on), and a fow woeks found blui able to return to Denver and civilization, after tempting providence or, rathor, two horse thieves by this neediest winter journay over the mountain. But In the dally intercourse of that humble cabin, nming tboso miners, in tht solitude homely, of the everlasting hills, class distinction had grown to soem a very insignificant thing. The duko might shine in drawing rooms and even in parliament or amoog men tbo of tho first talbore bis civilization but He was tbe one uselesi ents availed little. member of that unall community a mere cumbererof tho ground and yet, no. His d vory refinement and did them a world of good, and left the little camp tho hotter for bis visit Before ho left ho took Joe apart for along walk, and when they parted It was like brother, with moistened eyes and a long, close grasp of the hand, while as duko and servant roie slowly out of camp, they were followed by hearty "good lucks" and "goodbyes" from tbe whole community, ending in three cheers and a tiger. It was blotsomlng time when our aristocratic voyagers were again driving along the Beach road where we first boheld them tbe duke quite restored to hoaltb, while Millard, utterly unconscious of any past dereliction from duty, sat in solemn stiffness, and with folded arms, behind. A boy, looking a bit uncomfortable in a chan face and new suit, came hosltatlngly toward them. Coachy bowed gayly, and burst into a fit of riotous laughter at bis sheepish, bang-do- g farm-housdos-pern- to " I" i fi, d old-wor- whole-soule- gentle-manline- ss Tbe msnufimtur of burglars' tools has grown to ba a highly Important one in tbo United States, tho oxport value of the machluory of this kind malo In tho country and sent to foreign lands In 101 running up to a total value of f373,mu Yet fow readers probably havo ever been Inside ot a factory ot this kind. Iu order to let the great majjrity into tbo fecrett of tbe art a reporter entered an establishment just beyond the Larimer street bridge. He was cordially rocoivod by tho foromau ot htm the shop, who kindly escorted through it, explaining at the same time tbo different articles turned out nnd the manner of making. "This," said tbo foreman, "It tbe Cutrow electrlo saw, and an Impbment wbloh I feel aafo in prophesying will rovolutlonlzs tho burglary budnesi." The reporter oxamlnsd tbo saw carefully, but could sos nothing about it differing greatly from an ordinary ribbon saw, with tho exception that there were no toatn on tbo steel ribbon. "This ribbon," said tho gentloman, "Is mado of platinum. Its duslgtt Is to saw safos open. By tho ordinary uts of tho machine It would In duo course of tints saw a safo opon. But ns dispatch is nn ossential element in the business of burglary, someNow what Is thing spoodisr Is needed. needod it to Increase tho cutting power ot tho ribbon. This will be done by beating It to a white beat with electricity. When this is done ar.d tbe safe proporly insulated the hardest burglar proof safo can te sawed ns oaslly as though made of wood and In loss Urns." "But whore is tbo electricity to b had!" "Easily enough. Molt large stores aro lighted with oloctrla lights, and all tbe burglar will havo to do will b--j to divert tbo current to tho machine, a matter requiring but a moment's work." "How does tho electricity aid tho machine." "Why it fuoi tho iron it comas In contact with. Jutt look bore." The foreman started the machlns In motion, at the nmo tlnn throwing on a currant ot electricity from a dynamo machine. Tbe ribbon at onco beenmo a pink white. Ho then started it In motion by turning a crank with his hand. Tbo ribbon moved up on its frame uutll It camo In contact with a heavy anvil, from which a portion had been cut away previously. The ribbon moved Into the anvil with as much ease as though it were a caice ot cheso, nnd pnstod through It dropping off a large slice to one side and falling with a dull but not sickening thud. A steel crowbar was tried next and a fragmont taken olf of It with almost as much eaw. "It's a daisy," said the elucldator, "and will exorcta the Ingenuity of tho J beforo thoy manage to get up a safe herd enough to withstand its electrical edge." "How long would it take to saw through a safe with this!" "Not moro than hour on any safo that I have yet seen." "But would It not bo a littlo awkward for a burglar to carry one ot thuso machine i around with him!' "Ob, blow you, no, not In tbo least You soo, this Is made in sections nnd carried in any ordinary It requires but a fow numsntt to either take it apart and put it together again." "Are there any of them in use!" "Not yet. This has only just been and wo are now arranging for their manufacture on mi oxtonde l soilo." "In It patenter "Na Owing to a prejulieo existing in tbo patent .!ll"e at Washington wo do not usually patent our urtioloi. Hiiro Is one, howevor, that we have had patented. This is an automatic spray fountain, nn 1 Is designed for tilling a room and chloroforming people whllo tiny shop. Wo turn out a very largo numbjr ot tboto, they bolng In uso in jails nnd insane asylums for gaining control ot dnngorotit inmates." "What is this" askod tho reporter. "Ob, that! It is x littlo implement greatly In doinan 1 by of lata The screw there Is Intended to bring pressure to bear upon tbe hnnd of th) subject sullloiont to mako blm ready to give up bis money." "But is it not painful!' "It it extremely effoctlre, nnd Is only resorted to wben such mild measures as holding a lighted candle under tbe feet falls of its purpose. But boro are our cutting bars, tbe finest mado anywhere In tbe west There is a bar with which the least skillful burglar can cut bis way through tbe grating and gain accost to tbe basement of any store in tbe city in five minutes' time." "Is there much demand for those!" "I should say so. A largo part ot It comes, however, from firemen, who formerly found great difficulty In gotting Into basements In fighting fires. That hook there is capable ot cutting any bar at a single safe-mak- er hnnd-sacheL bouso-bre.ilo- CA.J.'W rmn JC w Main St., noarly opposlto Postoffloor""" M ' . m m JCr.JL-- F, - !.. m HiiRrtrH, Krfp ilwsjion tsnt Cbolnt Lines ol Four, .UchMIhcoh, Lnrd. IIoiu- inj llcan, Hlcc, Fresh Cmmed tteetln ef Tcrj hint, Coilccn, Tcnn, NjriipH, ChccHe, IMcklcm Crnchcra and Cakes, Toilet nnd f.nnndry Article. Tehsceo, Cigar and Tlpcfs. Has Just niicnetl n New Lot or Cniullc, Xtitn, ItaUIiifi, Oranges, Spices, F lug Fxfraclsofall klmlH, for Hip llolluiy trade. A cheap lot of Combs, Hair, Cloth and Shoe Ilruslien. laror Kta-tione- rj, Mr. TlioiupiD. 1UIdj, iumi ttUltse to "Old UoDfMjr," bu chsrieot Ihli stock, and jou ctodt ptnd on getting the full rtlue of jour rootjr whin you trsJs l'b him. Tour pilronc rwptclfutlr ollctttd. HOLIDAY. PRESENTS! e aiimiiHmHt m Hefore purchiuing your Holiday Goods call oo PENNY&M'ALISTER And examino their large etrck of Klegant largect and Present. Wo havo tho Best Stock of Jewelry and Silverware Kvery brought to this market. Our atcck of HOOKS is lull aud will ui overy taste. Wc offer these Goods as 1401717 as the Lowest. Kverybody invited to call. 1X1 -- jT 4 .VIMKFOlfiD, ICY., "GENERAL SUPPLY STORE." Keeps always on hand u complete ami select line of Groceries, Confectioneries, Staple Dry Goods, NOTIONS, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c. -- F ALL- jkUO BOTTOM PBIOBS. Give bim a call and tavo rnonoy. THE twist" "But what ale these, fronts for vault)!" "Oh, no; although about as useful for tbe purpose as most of tbo vault fronts are. Theso nro scrosnsmade, as you soo, of oiled cloth, and areused for burglars while operating on bank vault doors. Tbe screen can be roiled up into the sbapo ot a cane, and wben in uso Is ranged across in front of tho vault door, which it so closely reiem-ble- s that, while tbo burglar works behind it tbe night watchman never dreams that bo is not garing upon tbe real vault front" He displayed a large number of otber tools and paraphernalia In demand among burglars, Including masks, jimmies, crowbars, drills, steel knuckles, dark-lantern- 1886. SEMI-WEEKL- Y HARPER'S miinr WEEKLY. el liARrKk's Wkkkly hisvow, fur more than 20 rcsri, wslnulnrd Its potlttoo si tbe trading lllui-trtwwklT In Amrlc. With rcn tsnt Incrmeof llirrtrj ml irllitlc mource It Issblo to olfrr for tne milling jrar ittiartlom uDrqusllfd by any prsTloui volume, tmbrarln cspllil llluitr sled terlslitorlri, one by Mr, Tims. lUrJy, among theforriooit nl Jlrlcg wrlieri -- i lo vmuA.- - slung-shot- s, look, "Jimmy, you rake, come hero," be cried, reining tbo steeds to a standstill. "I want you to direct ms to tbe bl xcksmlth's shop In the hoUow." "Say, Coachy," be said in grloved accents, "I think you've treated mo mighty mean, that's nil I And what's more, if I over get a chanco to tell Joe about Sal's actions I'm going to you bot I want you to underto run stand that my sister ain't away with no coachman, if he does belong to a duke, and you can just put that in your pipe and smoke it!" Coachy gave blm a glance that would havo annihilated anything but an American boy, burst into a curt laugh and tbon bit bb lips into sllenco. "Jimmy," he said gently, after a paii:, "when you're older you'll know more. Meanwhile, here's some- - heart Jimmy hoard it and frowned. "Say, you ain't mil then, sir mister your grace bo youp criod Jimmy in a relieved tone, springing into tbo cart "I don't core it you bo u duke, 'stead of a coachman. You're an awful good onel Joe's hero all right and Sal's so happy sbo or don't know whether she's Tbe houte is all done and furnished, to eat tbe woddin' supper and wo'rj there. Sil's so afraid you mayn't liko everything that she's most crazy; and Joe, myl he 'bout worship t you. Hedidn'tbave to more'n show your letter whan thoy took blm right on at the mill', nnd I tell you bo makes a boss overseer, too. He's put all your money that was left from tbe house and calls It the into the bank for a no3t-eg'ducal fund.' Swell, ain't it! And say, you don't care, do you! but I spont half that double X yuu give ma for a for Sally, nnd she was 'most tickled to death. Hero we nro, and thoy're all awaiting on tho porch. Say, Coachy Mr. Duko your lordship, I moan Sal' goin' to ktsi you! I heard Joe tell ber to, myself." cake-bask- men do you employ!' asked BTANfc'OUD, KY. tbe reporter. "From twenty to fifty, depending upon the condition of trade. Our buslnoss Is WALTON, liveliest wben overybody elso's Is dullest, or llluitratlonr, ihouM iuh either lettr-pre- i d we ore now running with a and scribe to Harper's Weekly. Is published every Tuenday and Friday at the for?." low price of "Whero does tho demand for your instruHARPER'S PERrODIOALS. THO DOLLAHN PJEH YEAH. ments como from mostly!" "Tbey aro bandied locally merely through rta YKAR, some of tho pawn-shopbut there are a II W number ot saloons which do a good business Ilarper'a Weekly - .. 4 SO outfitting burglars. Tbo satno might be Ilarrer't Mtgszloe OK ALL CLaSSKS i 00 said of outtida places, theso two classes Harper' Ulnar Noatly and Choaply Exooutod. 2 (0 handling most of tbe traJo." Harper's Young l'eople "How many eta ol fiction, and tbe otber by Mr. Walter Ikssnt, one ol tbe raoit rapidly rising ot Kngllih novol-ll- : Krjpblc lllutiritloni of unuiuil Intitrrit to rtaitemn all sections of tbe country; tnlotiln-In- s ihort atorln, tnoitly Illustrated, by the bfttt writers, nnd luiortnt papeis by high autborl tin on Ibo ch'ef topics of tb0 day. Krery one who drilres s ttuitworlhr political gul ile, an entertaining and Instructive bmlly Jour. ual, entirely free frcui objtctlenable fratiuis In miis' 'SZS'HSi1 j-rrr x&. -- vAt $u? x,t ,:- i- Interior Journal W. P. Pro'r. falr-sizr- i, arcxo wor.k. Hut us a Guarantee. IKew York TImcs.J "I say," said a guost to tbe hotel clerk, as be registered, "can't you glvo my namo to tbe newspaper reporters as a 'prominent arrival'!" "No," replied the clerk, "wo want your namo, not for publication, but as a guarantee of gool faith. Any baggage, ilr!" titatfi Harper' Krai kilo tenure Library, .10 (0 One ye.ir(S2 Numbers) I'oati2Freetoftll subtcillers In the United and Canada. frankly: "Not much loss, either, I'll to huvo to sit up so solemn witii ... .. prig und umico uiid bo lt I'd bate tlwr old un uuui "The woman that deliberates Auutsuu, is lost " j 'Procrastination Yjuug. fa the thfef of time." ofll each. U'wltlincei thoultl beuisdeby ForUOiticoMon-eOlder cr Dralt. to avoid chance of lois. Newirarenarecot to copy thli advirlbruni 1 "Westward the course of emj ire talce its without Ibeeit riMfirdrrot 'Ui.rr.K A 1i" t7ny.'' Htrkly, . .... ,dari JiAU'KU.V Jlild'iiiuuc,. y The Vohi.iui ofthe Wkvkly hfglu with the firit Nmiiher for January for tach year. When no time la mentioned, It will te underitocd that the aubacrlbcr wlihcs to commence wlila the MnuUr nut after tho receipt oldidcr. for Hound Vol u m (i of IUrpkr'h Wkikly. three yean back, in neat cloth binding, will be paid, or by freu vl Detroit Free Press: Lots of men are sent by null, foliage freight dorscxprfti, ezpcnie (provided the not exceed one eagerly searching after the truth, but noth- dollar per volurat), for 87 per olume. Cluth Ccies fer rnch olume, mltable far ing chills their ardor so effectually as will be lent by mall, postjalJ, on tbe milpt find-ingit Mml-Ipk, HAGAN'S Magnolia Balm is a secret aid to beauty. Many a lady owes her freshness to it, who would rather not tell; and you caiit tell. vj Sent Veekln nitfiot Jamfrod VOL. XIV. r STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1885. NO. 84., Santa Glaus' Headquarters. fj Grand Display of Appropriate and Useful Holiday Pesents at the til w Wit ll f f TOfl i GREAT BARGAIN STORE. Sjich. an Array lias not been seen in Stanford lately and the Prices ae 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, Row Boats, Baskets, Puuch and Judy show. School for Scandal, and thousands of other, useful and fancy articles. &M t& ($Gc! ase to fee B1&$ 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 I a few days before Christmas Remember we acknowledge no competition whatever. S. I. POWERS -- CO., Promoters of Xow Prices for all the People. Benjamin Ltuth, Br., the fortunate In ventor ot a process by which old steel rails may be prrfitably worked over into nail plate', seems to be a man born to good luck. He has sold the right to use the process to an Eutern syndicate of five firms, who pay him a royalty of $150 per Jay fcr the first year, and $300 per year for the remaining years of the life of the patent. Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. The beit Salve In tho world iorCuts. Bruises Sore, Bait Rheum, Fever Born, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corni and all Bain Eruptions, and positively cures Pile, or no pay required. I, Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Trice 23 cents per box. For tale by Penny A McAllster. An Old Citizen Speaks. Mr. J. M.Norrls, an old citizen of Rome, Qa. tart that be bad been badly troubled with Kid-ne- y Complaint for a great many years and with Eczema for three years; at timet could scarcely THE HOLIDAYS ark ne a R. Christmas is Coming ! Wo want every body who intends purchasing CHRISTMAS wo PRESENTS! The National Dresi Society yerr wieely draws attention to the inconvenience ol the ladies' riding habil; the etrained, tin health and tiring position it force a woman to nit in, aa well as the injur to the hone which has to bear the weight of the g rider on one side. The comfort and of both horse and rider would be vastly increased if the weight of the body was equally balanced on both side of the hone, the rider having a dress in which she could waume this position. In such a dress and position not only more comfort but more safety would be obtained, by greater security of seat and absence of encumbering and enttngling drapery. well-bein- .A. LIST -- OIF SEASONABLE GOODS KEPT BY- - T. R.WALTON. 'iimqSaiog S9UUaTJ are now nil ready to show you tlto finest asTo comprehend the fact that sortment over texhibitod, for our new stock of HOLIDAY GOODS is now corapleto and comprises an elegant line of The business of painting the huge signs upon fences and barns which assault the eye in the all parts of the country ia in the hands of a few contractors in New York and Chicago. One firm of New York FancX Books, Writing Doiks, lirush and Comb Sets in handsome plush, spends from $10,000 to $20,000 a year in A large new stock of Goods and Novelties. this way, paying from one and f to two cents a square foot for the work. The bigger the sign the better. Many can be found reaching 300 feet in length, and the biggest of all (at Newark, Ohio) is more Our Jewelry stock is both Elegant and lleautiful the latest styles and Cuff Buttons, ifcc, Diamond than S00 feet long and contains only one Watcher, Laco Pins and lv.tr Dropj, Wo invito you to call and ,seo us. Wo have bought word. one-hals. GOODS GOOD! PRICES LOW! N. O. Sugar, N. O. Molasses, walk, and had trlod laany remedies without benefit, before be began taking Klectrlc Ultters and anointing bis hinds with Bucklen's Arnica Salve, This treatment afforded him great relief and he strongly recommends Electric Hitters to all who suffer with Kidney Complaints or need a Blood Pmlfler. Sold by Penny A McAllster. Most Excellent. Chief of Pollw, Knosvlllc, Tenn., writes: "My family and I are beneficiaries of your most excellent medicine. Ir. King's New Discovery for Consumption; having found it to bo all that you claim for It, doslro to testify to Its virtue. Mr friends to whom I have recommended It pulse It at every opportunity." Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colls, Bronchitis, Astbius, Croup and every arVectlon of the Throat, Chest and Langs. Trial Bottles Freo at Penny fc Me Allstor't Drug Store Largi U. Puee Maple Syrup, J.J. Atkins, Rings, Pins, etc. these goods to sell and have markod them down to suit the times. KcROBERTS " STAG6, & PATROHS. Druggists, Opera Block, Stanford, Ky. TO MY FRllDS A Rockland county, New Yoik man has left the wooden nutmeg manufacturers far in tho rear and is neck and neck with the man who sharpened each end of shoepegs and sold them for oats. The Now Yorker has been selling large quantities of artificial ejgs, f.o like the original as to impose upon experienced dealers. The fraud was only discovered when tho d egs reached the breakftst-tabi- e. soft-baile- sl. Positive Care for Piles. To the peopled this county wo would tay that wo have been given the Agency of Dr. Marchlsl's Because a min once stole a bag of clover Italian Pile Ointment oiupbatlcelly guaranteed External, the President baa refued to appoint J to euro or money refunded-Intern- al, uw liberal patronage you lmvo him postmaster in a, town in the western lsuna iHceuiux ur aiumiuk i uc. Druggists. n Tor sale by Penny A. McAllster, i'leaae accept my most sincere thanks fur the part of this State. Whereat the republiduring tho past year nntl I kindly nsk n continuance of tho given mo Daughters, Wives and Mothers. cans declare the President ia getting nlto I shall emlenv jr to keep a Ptirno for tho coming year We emphatically guarantee Dr, Marchlsl's gather too particular. They never Used to a Female Komcdy, t cure Female Disworry about any defect of that sort iu an eases, such as Ovsilau troubles, lnfUnimatton and applicant for oflics. Cbambereburg ValUlceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing ley Spirit. down felling, IrrcgulnritteV.lUrronuess, change o I KCod .. Complete line Hardware, Groceries, NlovcH, Mayfield Elevators, Corn Spel lers, traw isuxxers, and Also Hie best XMown i the market, Oliver rJHic Imperial, steel. A Orates, Sail, lame, One psrtion of tho President' Message which has ercap&d tho notice of republican editors is that pirt in which it says that this country has spent seventy five millions of dollars in seventeen years for tho con struction and repair of a imvy which does Post Dispatch. not exist. Llfe.Leuchorrhou, beside many weaknesses springing from the abovo, llko Hwdachc, gloating, Spi nal Weakness, Sleeplcesiicss, Nervous Debility, Palpitation ol the Heart, Ae. For salo by Druggists. Prices 1 and 81 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. J, a. MarchUI, Ullea, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. For sale h v Pcuny A McAllster. Druggists. Consumption Cured. An old physician, retired from practice, having bad placed In his hanJs by an t India mlsslou-ar- y the formula of a simple ve' table remedy for tho speody and permanent can of Consumption, BroucUHli, Catanh, Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections, alsj a positive and ra Ileal euro John A Chicago street corner lot that was bought thirty years no for lea thau $9,000, line just been leaped for ninety-ninyears at an annual rental of $35,000. A building, to cost a round million, forKervous debility and all Norrouj Complaints, you. My business will ba conducted m trial with either will convlnw aft'r having tov.ed Its wonderful luratlvo powers d.s-cwill be erected upon it. piying cash vr.ll make a liberal In thousands ot cases, has felt It bit duty to make heretofore, and to those who prefer Slier. Canal ia 325 feet wide at the It known to his sullorlng fellows. Actuated by as LOW from me as any one. The thai will enable you to buy this motlvd and a doslre to relieve humau suffersurface rf the wilcr and 72 feet wide at the ing, I will scud fn) of charge, to all who desire wishes, I remain With my beat bottom It Is '20 feet deep. The canal is It, this recipe, In Oerman, French or English, 100 miles Ion;;, about 75 miles of its length with full directions for preparing and usln. Sent by mall by addressing wltti sump, naming tbla being actual excavation. paper, V. A. NoYk'i, 119 Powers BleoV, IWsIp . MolvlNNEY, Salesmen' W. H. tor. X. Y. akin to iovej." Soiitltrn. "Pi!)' ) URionT, Jk e ten-stoo Layer Raisins, Seedless Raisins, 'suoiuarj Oranges, 'sniiBoooQ Figs, Nuts, Hominy, Shredded Oats, 'raOeii300E Buckwheat Flour, Saie5pB.T(3 N.Y. Cream Cheese, sapPH Tea Cakes, 'paiisnj Grated Cocoanut, pooopg a And Freshest, Stock of sP00O p9ttUU) eaioiiAViCuy To be Found 'uoraraoQ Delicious saipuxjf) ipiKML-Fancy and J ,t LOTS OP STAPLE GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &c. W. KC. At fair prices to Cash or Customers. Prompt-pay-ing'Short-ti- me yyy i& ,v , . ..a .Tuwb, .- VMSVsyncaGtu fYimmWnn believes that as no portion of the 8utu is over 150 miles from a coal bed, coal can and ought to be transported tlTls short distance at five cents December 22, 1885 Stanford, Ky., per bushel, and allowing four cents for raining and one cent to the dealer for handling, It ought to be sold anywhere In KenW. P. WALTON. tucky at not more than ten cents per bush-p- i. This is the rate as established by law considerable discusiion the Mor- In Illinois, and the arguments In advocicy Afxsh rison bill for a change o( rule KOTernine of the measure there applies with equal, if the Heme was pa"ed br the decisive vote not greater, force in Kentucky." by of 226 to 70. The opposition was led Jcdqb Finley fined three lawyers $30 they made a galRandall rnd Hoi man and each for contempt of court in Lsslle coun. lant fight. The distribution of the power the ty last wek and on their refusal to pay or was of the appropriation committee replevy sent them to jil, where they were main point of dlicuswton, the minority last accounts, threatening all the dire and very plausibly that such a siep at vengeance of damage suits against his hon-o- r. apwould lead to greater extravagance in The contempt was an attempt to swear since no especially set of men propriation As the Judge off the bench without proceeding would be responsible for the amount. with the in a legal manner. nas been said not only good faith of the A democratic mayor elected in Boston people but the continued ascendancy the demo-cratl- o by 8,597 majority will do very well for an democratic party nqulree that House and the democratic Adminis- off yer. econtration should exercise the most rigid MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. omy consistent with the efficient conduct appropria-lion- s John G. Whittler, the poet, celebrated of the Government. Prodigal ought to wriously damage his 8Sth birthday last week. would and Charles Foster, the noted Spiritualistic the democracy, which is p'.edged to honest Medium, is dead at Balem, Mass. economy and reduced taxation. -- Gov. McCreary is still oflering bills The Levington Obtentr, which has for the relief of his constituents. watched the cotme of events in the Eutern Swiaker Carlisle will not announce bis Lunatic Asylum, is inexpressibly shocked and committees till after the holidays. . h revelation of murder, A 100.000 fire occurred at Jackson- "In exclaims in righteous indignation: vllle, Fla , and one fireman was killed. In the the name of the people of the State, Fifteen vessels and 50 Uvea were lost hundreds of suffering unfortuname of the at Aspinwall during the hurricane that Asy-lunates confined in the Eistern Lunatic prevailed the first of the month. in the name of humanity, we demand Capt. Joe Bell goU the Shelbyville removal of Governor Knott the immediate and bitter contest. Luna-ti- c postoffice alter a long of the Superintendent of the Eutern McCreary endowed the 326 pounder. Got. Asylum, and every official, general or The House passed the Senate bill connection with the eubordinate, now in granting an annual pension of $5,000 to institution. Should he shut bis eyes to Mrs. Julia Dent Grant, widow of Gen. U. S. Imthe murder of Tyree, and the manifest becility or complicity elicited by the TTie total number of miles of railroad the mountains of Eistern Kentucky In the State Is 2.057.S9-100- , and the inthe next general election burn like a creased mileage for the last two years, will at Michigan forest fire." 101.04 There were, last week, 393 companies Tux Courier Journal would have the peobelieve that the whole country is ex on the road in this country; 278 dramatic, ple 3 cited over the question of Z. F. Smith's 44 musical, 34 vaudeville, 15 minstrel, commissioner of educa- circuses. N. Y. Sun. appointment to be othAt Big Laurel, N. G. James Gunter tion. Toe Kentucky delegation, with moth- too numeroui to mention, are moving was shot dead by a little son, whose ers for him, but abusing. The boy murderer is r he was heaven and eirth to secure it when we consider that this same kind of only eight years of age. There is a strong opposition developbniinetJ was worked on the President in too ing among the republicans and democrats the Phil Thompwn ca?e, we fear that as first much unanimity and persistence Is the to the confirmation of Chenoweth auditor of the treasury. applicant. worse for an Archaleus Warren, while ascending It is very gratifying to know that our the shaft of a mine near Nevadaville, Col., Appellate Court has technicality-lovin- g was struck on the head by a falling stone decided to let one bloody murderer under- and knocked from the bucket 1,300 feet to go a sentence, which though long as lives the bottom of the shaft. go, is utterly inadequate for the deed. After Dr. F. B. Strauss, Representative from two years of the advantage aflorded by the Bullitt and Spencer counties, will introJaw's delay, Ollie Brown, who murdered duce a bill early in the next session of the the town marshal of Yervailles, was given Legislature establishing a whipping-post- . 14 years in the penitentiary, which he will At Laurel, Miss , Sam Wilson, a negro, now have to serve ualesi a governor in the murdered Celia Perrvman, a negro woman, meantime can be worked for a pardon. and her two children, a boy and a girl, af advertises in a Louis- ter attempting to outrage the latter. The yankee who was lynched before sundown. ville piper: ''Ladies, enlarge the bust and a A body of men calling themsel-e- s develop the form. Simple mailed free," legislature, mst In Dakota and elected two tealed particulars and proof Sen-torbut as Dakota is ?, Is wasting both his time and money if he United State not a State yet, the gentlemen will have to addrew himself to Kentucky means to Ai a general thing they need no remain out in the cold for a while. at in a slaughter-hous- e A grease-tansuch development, nature having supplied Did the fool never hear of Nashville explodod, killing Jas. McWhlr- them lavishly. what a Kentucky girl's fortune is said to ter and Henry Warnick. The two mn were fastened under the falling debris and 'consist? to death by the boiling lard. Senator Wade Hampton's bill making scalded Beaver-creemines, near Somerset, At it a misdemeanor for any Senator or Bsp solicit, direct-l- y William Parsons killed Frank Wilson. to recommend or rtsent-ti- ve Charles Gooden and W. A. Owens fatally or indirectly, the appointment of any stabbed two other men, names not known. person to an offics under the Goyernment Parsons escaped, but the other two were ar of the United States would relieve thoee good deal of worry, but at rested. individuals of a -- Prohibition is a failure in Iowa. Bethe same time diminish their imporlance fore its adoption there were 1,806 saloons in a greater ratio. But it will not pass. It In the Slate. Now there are 1.837 that run is too big a thing for them to have 'fluence. in bold defiance and 420 that do business on When a man starts on a downward the sly. Judge McCoy, of the Federal Court at course his decent is swift and easy. During the last campaign a promising young Atlanta, decided every point of the injuncattorney at Loganport, lad , deerte4 the tion suit lestraimng the announcment of party of his fathers and went about mak- the result of the recent election in favor of ing speeches for Blaine. List week he was local option, in favor of the temperance wnt to the penitentiary for two years for people. Tbe young ruffians who aided the cowhorse stealing. A simple statement of the ardly scamp, Howard Davis, in assaulting facts carries with it comment enough. Joseph Altsheler, were held Thjs London Leader can draw on each or the reporter, in $250 to the Circuit Court. Davis forall of uo for the following compliment: feited his small bail bond and is a refugee "Among the many exchanges that aoorn from justice. m iK1 there are none better than the three The impression prevails among a numThe Interior Joon persons who have care Kentudian. ber of South HAL, Bourbon Xaa and as much news fully observed tbe Congress of the last twenTheee three contain almost ty years that the present House of Represenand more original editorials than all the tatives is the weakest, intellectually, that weekly papers we recelye." Commercial has convened in that time. The Hoar bill providing for the succesTbe Union Pacific Railway Company sion to the Presidency from the Cabinet now operates 4,499 miles of road,, and eiEdi embers, passed the Senate but Mr. ther controls or has proprietary interests in mund's amendment to strike out the clause 2,395 miles more, total 6,89 1. In operating dispensine with a new election, was this system, which penetrates five States We hope it will never become nec- and Territories, over 20,000 men are employed. essary to have a presidential election Congressman Seney, of Ohio, will in than once in four years. troduce a bill to repeal the the Our hustling contemporary, law, Congressman Clay, of Kentucky, inSouth Kintudian, which, by the troduced a similar bill last session, but the way, has the audacity to twit two or three when it law still etands and Mr. Clay was repealed other pipers on their long names, Moral: Don't monkey with the takes a full line to hold it own, has enbuw.uw. Times. larged to a 32 column, miking it far the A paper eigne 1 "Lexington," condemnlargest, as it ha ever been one cf the best, ing Hart's great masterpiece, and advhing in the State to some its removal from the court-hous- e The Court of Appeals has decided that secluded epot where the eyes of our boys women can not hoH office under the con- and girls can not aza upon its nakeJnesj, stitution, which require an election by is being circulated in that city. The the people. This wilKthrow several worthy are n modest set to be sure. females out of a Job, a tern are a number Oa January 1, all the grocery drum county and circuit clerk and one jailer in intra from Cincinnati who have been travthe State who are women. eling in Central Kentucky will be withMr. Kwette, Portniaetcr at drawn, for the reteon that they are not is said that fiction is due to DeKalb, Illinois, will nof.be confirmed by making expenste. Tnis fact that Lexington wholesale merthe reason that he publishes a Democratic the " Dooi lal frighten tou brother chants gst a cheaper frsigbt rate than "flr-nUszette. Cincinnati meroants. MarnT Tnf T?;ii-n- l ... con-tendi- rrnt teati-mon- President Cleveland sent 1200" nominations to tbo Senate for confirmation In one batch Friday. To furnish eealskin sacks for the ladles of fashion, 84,140 seals have been killed the present seaon. Two whales were captured the other day by whaling crews off Amagamet, L. I. One was sixty and the other seventy feet long. Mary Andemon, the actress, has her life Insured for $100,000, the largest policy on the life of an American woman. Clara Y. Sun. Morris is Insured for S25,O0O.-- N. Hon. John Feland, of Hopklnsville, a prominent republican, has entered the race for the Senate in his district, to succeed Hon. Austin Peay, resigned. The election occurred yesteiday. Col. Wallace Gruelle has resigned his position on the editorial staff of the Etm-in- g 2ma, and will probably return to his old place In United Slates Marshal Grose' Truth. office on the first of January. At Henderson, two school boys, John Queen, aged 15, and Caarli French, aged 12. anarreled. and the latter was struck on the head with a Itone. receiving such in juries as will probably cause bis death. Thos. Phillips, a contractor at uur- ley's, Madison county. Ala , became drunk Saturday night and was placed In the cala-boowhere he was afterward murdered and robbed, the building being fired to conceal the crime. Mr. Bowne, of Indiana, has introduced a Mexican pension bill in the House. It grants a pension to all survlyors of tbe Mexican war. who actually served fourteen days in the United States army or navy in Mexico who have reached the age of 60 years or who are suffering from disability, nrovided that such disability was not In curred in the rebellion against the United Slates. Mr. Randall's bill In relation to tilling vacancies in the offices of President and Vice President provides that Presidential Electors shall hold their offices four years and that whenever, in case of the removal, death or reiignation of the President, the Vice President shall have become Presi dent, the Electors shall meet In their States and choose another Vice President. The State. Penitentiary Board of Texas unrchrsed a plantation of 2.300 acres has of cotton and sugar lands In Fort Bend county to be worked by convict labor, lbe State now owns five such plantations. Con vict labor Is also hired out to rich planters and railroads. No wonder the people revolt aealnst the system. At this rate Texas will be a good 8tate for honest labor to avoid. s, DANYILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. 1 J. M, Hackney's gan to put church at Junction City this morning. Wm.Gogglns' trial for killing Wm. Robinson, was finally concluded Friday, when he was held In fitly dollars bond for i involuntary manslaughter. One tkien copies ol "Songs of the Heart" by "Miss Elylra Sydnor Miller were sold in Danville last weik. John P. Morton, of Louisville, is the publisher. O'Fallon, the fine race horse belonging to the estate of the late John L. Spears, was sold for $3,400 at 'Lexington on Saturday. Brown, the turfman, was the pur chaser. R. L Salter, Sheriff of Boyle county and cacdidate for a re nomination at tbe late primary election, has tendered his resignation for the balance of his term. He says he "wants out" the earliest day the law will let him. Capt. Dtvld A. Murphy told your correspondent this morning that some one had given him a quart of "old club" whisky and that it was his Intention in consequence, to turn democrat a whole day, or at least as long as the whisky lasted. David Bogle, a negro boy about 9 years old, obtained possession of a pistol, and, while playing with it, accidentally Zilla shot and killed bis little Welsh, aged 4 years. The ball entered tbe child's head just above the right car, The Danville Literary club met Friday night at the residence of President Beatty, of Centre College, when "The Prei-iden- l's Message" was dlscosted and a favorable view taken thereof, The speakers were Messrs. J. S. Van Winkle, R. A. Johnstone, J. W. Yerkes and C. H. B Mar-tohalf-siste- force of workmin betl c tin roof on the new Catholic H To The Pubiipr Wo have tried the credit business nml wo tliourongh-ly ;. don't like it. Wo think wo know 0 Q i when wo lmvo enough of anything, nnd henco 4 0 on nnd" Wo will sell goods FOR C-2 sji-- fed EXCLUSIVELY. JfcjL 0) H ex- We know this will meet with tho approval of a great many oi you who prefer paying tho cash, and to those who hare been running accounts we will say that we will offer such traordinary inducements in LOW IBtICEsS That you will find it to your interest to borrow the money, if you havn't it, to deal with us. Q We know this is a new departure in Stanford, but we believe that all of you who pay n-s- to-wi- d er civil-servi- ce Hop-klnsvil- le civil-servi- s It M Mr. Argus Sinclair is In town with the intention of buying some trotting and rac ing brood mares. Mr. G. W. Leatherman is again reported worse this morning. Mr. Jas. Kinnaird is also reported a little better this (Monday) morning. He has now been confined to his bed about 35 day. Mrs. Alma Goodloe la quite ill at the home cf her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Craig. Mr. and Mrs.n.T. Bender, of Washington City, arrived Thursday and will make their home in Danville lor the present. Mr. Bender is connected with the government pension department. Mr. Felix G. Fox, formerly of St. Louis, now of Kansas City, is here on a visit to his father's family. Mr. Lee Davidson Ewlnj, of Lexington, Mo., is Col. here on a visit to his brother-in-law- , C. E. Bowman. Mr. J. C, Cowan (Dud of Cincinnati is in lown. Mlis Mary McRob. r:s will spend the holidays with friends in Nashville. Mr. Jno. W. Irvine has gone MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. to Pleatant Hill, Mo., with a view of purby Jno. B. Fisk. chasing a farm. His family will follow in Managed Siturday was the busiest day that a few weeks. Mr. Geo. Z. Dimett, a law Last student of Ann Arbor University, is home this town has seen for a lore time. Mr. Joe. Maret is still making im for the holidays. provements to his electric alarm signal. It BR0DHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. will soon be perfection. The temperance movement isstill pushRobt. Georce.of color, wa arrested on concealed weapons ing forward here with glorious results the charge of carrvinj May God blws us in our tfforts to banish and in default of bail was sent to jtil. Evervone is inyited to the Christmas intemperance from our midst and save the tree at the church Thursday evening, 24th rising geniratioii. Tbe Nfgro Creek school taught by B Inst. Doors open about 6 o'clock r. M. Mrs. Lulu Nield will close her school H. Conn closed Fiiday, ami Mr. Thomas ' at this placo next Thursday. She has lv Cherry school a'so cloel same day with which reflected much of an entertainment en entire satisfaction to all the patrons credit upon both leader and pupils. her school. There will be a Christmas tree at the J L. Whitehead is making a special Baptist church on Friday eve, 25th. On ffort in Holiday Goods. Besides the us place, ual line of Toys, Dolls, fix , he will have a tbe evening of January 1st, at same valuable articles suitable for the Union Saoday School of IJ rod brad will good stock of give a free entertainment, tbe programme 2U both ladies and gentlemen. well selected. At Parties who have seen my calls for of which will be long and columns, will not be the rsquestof many, 'Tonkin Ridge," will money through these offended at any means I may take to collect be The Hamiltooian Society met on Frithe same. My accounts are due and must day evening. The exercises were varied It be collected. F. L. Tnompson. consisting of the dialogues, There are quite a number of applicants ami interesting, "Colored Lecposition of store keeper and gauger "Advertising for a husband," for the ture," "Gumtown Woman's Aajoclatlon," for the distilleries which are to be started accompanied with recitations, tongs, Ac. in this county about the first of January. Miss and May Adams will be The "Cyclone." prepared and read by Misses Ida Ella Moore, was a decided bit and tbe home during the halldays. Messrs. M. F. programme Brinkley and L. 8. Jones, of Louisville, most interesting part of the Miss Laura Adams, of Preachersville, yesterday. Mrs. C Mulllns, were In town and Miss Jude Crawford, of Gum Sulphur, of Livingston, was in town Saturday. were visiting Mrs. Mary Conn last week. OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Miss Sillle Rowland, a former pupil of Brodhead Academy, now residing at Sax Lancaster. opened up ton, Ky , Is here for the purpose of becomTwo new barber shopi have Sulin the past month, making three of these ing a member of the school. Mr. M. livan, sen of Dr. Sullivan, formerly of thi establishments in town. As the train on the K C. was coming place, is now clerking for Mr. T. S Frith, a in Saturday evening, some unknown person merchant of our town. Mr. Green Fish fired Into the passenger coach, narrowly paid us a visit a few days since preparatory to commencing school here. Mr. Tom Mcmissing one of the brakemen. Mr. J. J. Walker will remove to his Roberts, of your city, was visiting friends new home this week. His legion of friends here last week. are delighted that he has renounced his inA Sensational Suit. J. W. Adams, a tention of going to Texas to live. farmer of this county, baa enterFinley, eldest son of Hon. Geo. Dsnny, ed suit in the Fayette Circuit Court, for Jr , died at his father's residence in Lex- $1,000 against Daniel B. Prewitt, charging ington, Saturday morning of pneumonia. the latter with the seduction of bis daughHis remains were interred in tbe cemetery ter, Nannie Adams. He also had the at this place Sunday afternoon. sheriff attach $2,800 which belongs to Col. Mat Walton, of Lexington, and Prewitt, now in the hands of his guardian, and Geo. W. Dunlap, of Independence, Judge Mulligan. Prewitt is now in tbe Ry were present at the burial of Finley county jail, having been arrested WednesDenny. Mr. William Elkin has gone to day on a warrant sworn out by tbe iojured Atlanta, Ga., where he will accept a post young lady, charging him with bastardy. tlon in a drug store. Mr. Robt. Elkin has Miss Adams will be remembered as the obtained a position with R. E. McRoberts. young lady who created some little sensaMies Mary Wllmore, of L?xlngton, is the tion in this city last August, by arriving guest of Miss Mamie Olds. Mr. W. B here one night from Louisville and leaving Dr. Mason has returned from Cincinnati. her infant in the hands of a colored woman G. Goldstein, of Louisville, is in town. with the etidsnt intention absndonlng the Eld. G. W. Yancy, of Louisville, has little accented a call to the pastorate of the One of the clrcm robbers, McLaughChristian church at this place for tbe en lin, who escaped from th Frankfort jail, suing year. The church has purchased of E. W. Harris the residence on the corner has been captured at Lifayetif, Ind. of Paulding and Water street for $2 500 Tne republican parly has no youn lnd m a parsonage. Rev en. Erery healthy young man Is natural which will be T. M. Vaughan delivered his farewell ser ly a democrat. San, Francisco Kiiniiuer mon at the Bantist church Sunday, lie Tbe Pniladelphia Pre deumndt thai the goes In a few weeks to accept a position as democratic party ha given rope enough. It pastor of a church in Shelby county. Lari . will need a good deal of rope to hang M caster will nil's him and hi' excellent Florida Tiiaos-UoioRav. R R W- -t oscupifd the mil the republican raoalc. cnurou b mdiy evening. pit tit the ISiplHl well-to-do walf.-Gszstte. u-- eJ fam-iW- your debts will help us in carrying this out. --i In selling for cash we will lave several thousand dollars a year in hire of book keepers, bad debts, &c, and in order to make our new sys- (0 tem popular, we propose to give our customers the benefit of this saving and more, too. per cent, on allj goods bought from us. Wo propose to make you a saving of from 10 to 25 Wo will "cut" prices to such an extent that no one who 0 mn'8 and keixh on a credit can meet them. We wish right here to thank thoic who have in the fa- I given us their very liberal patronage vor by selling them goods CHEAPER they have ever bought them before. past and ask the privilege of returning the than BRIGHT t rtTETCALF. "Well Paid Employment! Cia alwiji bsHiurtil you, it you are a rotnrwt'nl come fn a lew months, it very little o lj Aiorfimiifenuring ihs ll'rlter. tzpenw, by . TMt you may be- Shorthuml Institute at IonlHTllIet tan Kj, or NubIivIIIc, at grtatiy ndiucJ Tciiu, tbe tuitiQii. i. WMI l Co i. io "hftrtban.l nd TjlfwrlMiir rUlrat I'l NMA.NMIlr, .UillllMl.lIi to t.i, .lJ irnW s'tjul. n our UmiK-- i M.I l nn writs rust my If you bt IVe Can Tench You by Mull an Thorough. it Cf4 nlit lltr. Trim., for Clmiiaii lo I'tu'.tact II tr l.oillnt X. IIXLl III,-- , I'rlntlpil Shorthand Initltuts. AJJrm Ji ,, vblthrrrr It tbe mott tODTtnltul t'i-- lilm elthfi fur jour-ell- . M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS, Opera House Block, -- Stanford, Ky. us Wlue, lilqnor Curare, msAX-Eni DrngR, CheailcalA, PalntK, Olid, Wall Paper, BookH, Stationery, Monpn, Perfumery, InHtrncmonU, Pocket Tobaccom, Cutlery, Bfachla Fire AriHH, Mimical Onr Jewelry, Silverware and Optical (Jooda Department Is In Charge ofOel. Thos. Blchardg, who will Repair Watches and Clocks promptly and In tho beet style. Needle. W. H. HIGGINS -- DEALER IU Hardware, Iron, Groceries, NaddlcH, lneexumare, Buggy Whips Caue MIIIm, Harnena, Baggy WheelH, Moves, Cider Mills, Lap Cavers, Grates, Nnotic, Cora Shellers, Collars, Htoueware, RiiaM, Horse Shoe, Nails, am Oliver Chiliad, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden Cast I'umps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Root ing: and Guttering: will have prompt attention. Ualenmen John Bright. Jr. -- MEALKM IN flrnns. Bonks. SfotinnRrv and Fancy Articles. PhjriclarV priKr'.plloiif All o AMWlisieiPHARMACISTS, ((&Mox) pii (ti.rtfl; cntnroutkln!, - 1 jewelers. The Largeit Stock of Watches, Jewelry and Silverware Ej tobttr!tUarM film pMrs--ou 9bjtBi mi WarrMiW. ISnJ wAr XVywte. Ur ibnn'fttTHW Clook?, MWM&fmmL fT? V,H. 'j77sbm Iff p rTtf v i "'.;,i2 ..Jvi A3r gtmi-Saittkl- n lntmor$oiirnal thlngantT. R Walton'. Wanted.-Two DoN'xfuil to aco tho pretty Christmas hundred busheld "of A Metcalf. RELIGIOUS. rBMn wiu tniMlinr. vn.nfHU, LINUULN ................... UUUNTr. Stanford, 'Ky . December 22, 1885 Irish potatoes. Bright - Uuslnqea Mnnagor. TIME CARD. ... G. WALTON, I. M til & N. LOCAL ., As the 27th falls this yen on yunday, the regular Masonic election in Lincoln Lodge No. CO will occur at 3 i m. Saturday, 20ih. ii .. ,, CiiisTMAS Ooods conslstln? of line of l M r. . UlSr.M. Glaai and Qieensware, Candirs, Nuts, Ctprnituln;; Bouth...... l 82 a.m. Nor &....,......,... 2 OS A.M. Raisins, Oranges and Freworks at A. A. It calculated on standard time. Holar Warren' "Model Grocery." the (a la i bout 20 minutes tuUr The change of the schedule on the L. A train going North Boutb .... .. LOCAL NOTICES. Boy your tchool McAllMer, as this stall n book, from Penny A on nhort & McAHa N relates entirely to fre!ht train-- , so far i concerned, the passenger trains, arriving and departing as before. i ootico and warranted by Penny r. Bdt the Haas Hog llcmedy, the origl-sa- l and only genuine, from Peony AMcAW inter. A oosirtKTK atock of Jewelry, latent rtyle. Kockford watchea a peci)ty. Pen oy A McAHrter. Wxtciim and Jewelry rep.!rt?d Make your church a Christmas present of a handsome communion set. I have n nice line of these seta in best sisvtr plate in atockat$20lo$10. Lancaster. Thompson, The Jew-ele- r, Miw. John yetUrday. of Congress there are 43 statesmen ho wear tbe eupbonioua PERSONAL. cognomen of William, and a contempory luggeststhat that accounts for tho large O'IIkkn went to Loalavllle number of bills offered. In the Lower House Mrs J. tt. Duke U in LouUvllle on a vinlt to relativee. Miw Lula McKinnky went to Richmond yeeterdny to Walt lelattvM. Mm. Btakk Fibw, of Crab Chcjiird, hu been Tiding Mr Dr. J. O. Carpenter. Mn. Titos Phelps, of Madfeon, la vieithxr hiadauuhler, Mr. Hxhard Cobb, The L. A N. announces with handsome posters thai it will sell tickets at about half price on December 25th, 31st and January 1st. The K. C will likewise treat its patrons to low rates on the same days. Mrs M. C, Nevius haa presented her husband with a Christmas gift in the shape of a wee specimen of femininity and Mrs. Jr. John W. Wallace haa similarly favored Mr. and Mm. Harry Kamey. of ber husband with aacion of tha masculine Lexington, hare ben viiting Mr. W. II persuasion. Veach. For the past five or six days we have en. IIunulxy and Miia Mattie Mm A joyed a moat remarkable spell of weather. McAllater, of Dmvllle, have been ?iritiog beautifully clear and for the time of the Mrs. Robert McA litter. R. C. Warren, year exceedingly pieaoant. So far there Missus J. Alcokn, and E. C. Walton are at has not fallen in Ihia locality enough Muteroon tenditgthe Liberty Circuit Court, which snow to have furnished a day's supply for adoxen snow bird. began yesterday. ou Mrs. Brock as immersed io the ban- tlsiry Ht the Btptistcitircb Smdnv bv Itev. J. M. Bruce and Mr. Stephen Wnliebead. of Mt. Vernon, in the Hangioir Foric by ' Eld. John Bell'dlbson."" Rjv, J, M. Briico has been uuaoui-moiisl- y calletf for the tenth time b'rfthe Baptist church here. Heretofore he has been called for one year only, but this time the call was made indefinitely, George O. Barnes begins a letter to tbe Interior Journal by saying, "We are a hundred miles from L'icknow." Tnere are Intsof people a long wf from luck now, without much chance of bini and netror to it heieifter. Lexington Observer. 01m Jones' uual good fortune in enlistments iu the Army of our Lord, did not attend hit meetings at St Louis. It is hard to fight the enemv in his own lrongbold and it is a well-kwo fact that the devil is thoroughly fortifisd in that city. Mr. Moody does not approve of church fairs. "I think thev are nn abomnatinn. The idea of raffling and votiog fur the best looking man, and having the girls sell ci. gars. 1 saw a church fair advertiteJ that a man would kWs anv girl for twenty-fiv- e cents. J had rather that you would wor ship in a barn than to resort to any of these methods." Post. Since 1820 the Methodists of this country Lave contributed tbe vai-- t sum of nineteen million of dollars to their for eign minions. Yet, as a people, they have been far from rich, and what they have given has been contributed chit fly, if not almost wholly, at the expense of actual on tbe part of pious men 9nd women, who deprived themselves of little lux uries, and even of comforts, in order that the Gospel might be preached in far away coun'ries and to distant peoples. n J. L S'avJn sells good (1 lur at $260 And the bBt at $3 Some of the town cows are eiid to car ry keys in their mouths. 8tark Fish has bought out the grocery and confectionary of Mr. J. B. Abbott. J. Ii. Slavln hss just received a nico lino of Christmas goods Cill and see him. Slavin sells 11J pounds of granulated sugar for$l and 14 pounds of N O. sugar for $1. Joe McClure is very sick at bis mother'-". Mrs. Hawe is very sick at the Harris House A Cnristmas Treo and candy-- i tilling has been arranged for the Sunday schcol children. Forty bead of good grade calves for sale at a bargain. R ii Ward, Crab Orchard, Ky. Prof. Hawei' Saturday evening entertainments continue to Increase iu public favor aod interest. The Old Crab Orciard Hotel is refitted and newly famished. E itertainment and Barfirst-oiass- , by Mrs. Lura Moore. A hop will be girn at Mrs. Moore's Hotel in Crab Orchard on Wednesday, 23, muslo by Prof. ' Orchestra Every -hdy ibvlted. A West Virginia girl borrowed a baLy to prove a bistardy en against her lover, biit 1 c proved ii on ber in Cjurt and she weut off and tried to drown herself, Frank J. Curr.o nod James B Owens, of Stanford, E. B Kennedy and Sam Owens, of Hustonville, spent Saturday in Crab Orchard. D.ck Ward, not of Grant A Ward, but of Paint Lick, spent Sunday witb tbe "old folks." Four or five gentleman of Crab Orchard were missed last Sunday and anxious friends made careful search for them, but they dieappearred about dark in excelUut health, had only walked away determined to spend no more Sundays in Crab Orchard when there is no more preaching. Ry Jime L. Allen, of tbe Coristim chorcb, preached his last sermon here the 13:h inst., not having been called again. His remarks at the conclusion were direct, touching hnd distressing, bat prompted by the kindest solicitude, on leaving our ton with no pulpit occupied, no preacher, employed by any denomination. He sail : "My work is apparently barren of iood and mv only consolation is, that I hive conscientiously discharged my duty ' K-nt, THIS IS THE PLACE I nsro-- w BIO LINE OF- opsri - CHRISTMAS GOODS! - BY ft, Be WAlliW, -- EMJtBACINO- Toys, Fireworks, Candies, Cakes, Fruits, Nuts, &c. Lots of Pretty Toys, lIvi Plenty of Fireworks, Most Delicious Candies, Splendid Fruits, Nuts, &c. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Mr. J. I. McKtN-r- v 'I'll -- baa eold hia inter-ea- t The Mis Friday night about 11 o'clock, which originated from the cook ovtn The fami Claypool A Ragland have slaughtered ly birely escaped and had no time to save about 4,250 hog- - at Bowling Green, which LOCAL MATTERS. the furniture, Ac Mr. J. T. Land, who with cost them on an average $3 35 cents per at Pererance bis family lived witb the old man, lost all of cwt. gross. Iiio line of firewcrk bis household goods Fortunately there ilroa. Mrs. Annie O. Sharp sold to Ben t, .1 wa $1,200 insurance in the PLiaoix on the of Louisville, 47 head of shipping at building and contents. Boy preeenta for the Chrlilnw cattle, averaging 1,405, at $5 per cwt. T. R Walton'. We read in an exchance that a creamery Nelson Record. Wn.L pay cib for a car load of coin. with a cipacity for turning out 1,200 J. D. Oats purchased of Jame II. pounds of butter per week haa been estab- Duncan 21 moles at $107 SO each, and 22 K'quire of I. M. liiuce. lished at Guthrie. This sounds pretty held from W. S. Duncan at $10S each. Coal Vaat at coal, you can get a bir-gn- large to the unsophisticated, but we have Monticello Signal. at Bright A MelcallV one here with a capiclty ot 1,500 pounds Din Milbr reports that at the site cf ii It neter made orer a hundred, Mrs. Polly Shanks cows sold at ;2G to $3S AUCTION Saturday, commenc'rg at 10 H"r day. however, and that at a los ol over $10 for 50 aud corn at $1 50. The farm of 30 o'clock at Hayden ft I.vileV. each day's work. For more than a month acrs rented to C N. Ware for S1S2 05 for Toy, Firework. Candle, Kruita, Ac, in it ha not even been steamed up. the coming year treat TAtiely at T. R Walton'. What was alleged to have been one of Tiikre live on adjoining farms within a Wastkii boarder by the day or week few inlleiof Stanford four men, whoe com the larsest sales of combing wool ever made in the West wa atT'cted at St. Louis re after January 1st, at Severance Bron. bined aces foot up 311 years. Thev are cntly, when 230,000 pounds, unwashed, ut" James Eubank, aged 03; Greenbsrry Canned Goods of bent brand, and Bright, 83: John Innd, SO aid George E J- - sold at 20 cents ctsb. all new packatif.M T. R. WkltonV For the first full month of the winter banks S2. Mr. John Bright tells us he vis m packioi; season, tho number of hogs pick CY your Chriatmaa ctndiea from Serer-ac- ce ited all these gentlemen the other morninc Bro. Tney keep none but the beet and found them hale and hearty. Mr. ed in tbe Northwest was 2 052 732 this gooda. Bright also tells us that within a distance year, aeaint 1,461 055 last year, an increase of 000,777, or 41 4 per cent. truly an enorTitEibe gold akato, which coat $ 7 50, of 10 miles beginning in the same locality mous cam. will be given away at the rink next Friday thero are ten men over SO rears of age. Lon Fowler sold to Mr. John Brooks, ..... night Ik anything ought to make a mm be ten head of cattle, weighing about 750 Jos. P. Rodcers AUCTION next Paturdaj at Hayden A have himself, it is tbe possession of a pounds, at 21 per head Lytle'a, comuiencing at 10 o'clock and laat. blooming bride who has just promised to bought S20 turkeys of parties at Woodburn stand by him through thick and thin. But stock farm, at 5 centa per pound. Mid ingallday. Walton baa opened hia Christ ma it did not seem to eflect William Mershon way Clipper. T. R During this first quarter of the that way for he got drunk, acted disorderly Uooda. Go and ae them. Prices for ev and spent anight in jail in less than a year Rev. R R. Noel has labored trything lower than uaal. week after taking to himself a wife. We 05 days in tbe fisld, delivered 114 sermons OnANau, lemons, banana, grapes, pears, hope this is the last time and that hereafter addreeMs,and visited religiously 135 individGe, raisins, dates, apple, nuts, candies, he will devote his attention entirely to tbe uals and families, received 59 on profession cake A?., for Cnriatmaa. Severance Bro. one he has promised to love, support and of faith and 13 by letter and relation into the churvhes, distributed 109 tracts, travprotect. To My Ccstomers. I will not hare the eled on horse and foot in missionary work Mk. E. Zimmerman sends us a marked 597 the time to go around to see them about miles, and raited $50 05 on the field. their accounts and hope they will call in copy of a Nashville piper, which contains Richmond Register. I need tbe money. an interview with him in which he and eettle Jan. 1st. eyi Milton Young's sale of his McGrath Please don't make me wait on you. H. C. that everything is progressing finely for iana stable of race horses, took place at Rupley. the Cheeapeake and Nashville and before Lixington Saturday, and all things considLooK.-Xm- aa Pricn for everybody. this time next year a trip North and East ered it waa tbe most remarkable ever held French can be made over the line, ss the direcPure stick candy 10c per lb., best in America, 23 bead bringing an per lb., mixed NuU (No tors had decided to push the road in tt Mixture 12e average of $2,441 30. Four three-yea- r olds Peanuts) 10o per lb., Florida Oranges earliest completion. Track laying between sold for $13,075; seren two year-old$10, MctB.crildci.fcrSl.OO, Layer Figs 16c Gallatin and bcottsville will be becrun in 850, and twelve yearlings, $26,225. The Raisins 16Jc CO days. He did not unbosom himself, per lb., and London Liyer get of Onondaga, although his eons and however, as to the direction the road would per lb. Bright A Metcalf. daughters have not as yet made their ap run from Scottsville. penance upon the turf, averaged tbe enorGov. McCueahy has recommendtd Two or three of the boys, who are never mous figures of 2,7S7.0, eight head by chards to succeed Mr. B G Cpt. Tom R Alford as postmaster at Stanford, which so happy u when fishing for suckers, him bing sold. settles the matter. There is no more pip. caught four very fine, large ones the other The expression, "he who dallies is a dasular man than the Cpt. and we do not night with the old Tom Collins bait. They tard, he who doubts is damned," which has bad supple an appoiuttue- -t could hare bean townthem one at a time rushing over the been associated with Senator Blackburn, in search of the fellow that had slanmade that will gWe such general satisfacfrom its use by him in a speech in Condoes not expire dered them, and after they had worked tion. Mr. Alford'a time gress, was used by Gen. Toombs under the them for all it was wortb, enjoyed their till the 17th of January. discomfiture as the laugh went around following circumstances: In March, 1879, Tub Rink wai espfeially enjoyable Fri- among the posted parties. Considering the when BIsckburn ran for Speaker against Randill. Toombs was warmly enlisted in day night. The attendance, particularly of antiquity of this worm-eatechestnut, it fair sex, waa much tbe largest of the is a wonder that young men usually up to his behalf, and tbe day before tbe caucus the and the mua'c could hardly have snuff, should have been so completely sent to Senator Beck the following dispatch: nea-o"See the Georgia delegation and tell them been improved upon. The next will be on sold. to vole for Blackbarn. 'He who dallies is night and same extra attracCaristnu. MARRIAGES. a iUtar.l, he who doubts is danmed,'" are promised. The Gold and Silver tions Jamts Harvey Taylor and Miss Mar-gr.- t, But tbe delegation yoted solid for Rtndall, Band will render some fine selections. f Frank fort Yeoman. daughter of Mrs. Nancy V. Ronten, Capt P. B. Thompson, Sr., claims that Oun colored friends are preparing to en were married Sunday. Tne Methodist church an joy Cbrletron. Mr. Andrew G Spralt obtained licenee he did romethicg yesterday that no man ever did before. He sent his servant to the nonncea. BJpper on the 21th, and a Chiist yesterday to marry Mrs. Mary Amlerfon, pers where they were slaughtering turkeys oa tho 2.r. ,b. At the latter a prirs of a handsome young widow, mai tree en the 2.1 J. Tie and secured the brains of 1,200 turkeys, $1 50 itlll ba givon to the one that e.its the ceremony will beat Eld. J G. Livingston's dining and supping from this rare dish. most applodumplings aid $1 to the one and will be performed by that gentleman The Op'ain says that there is no delicscy fqual to it, not beinc excelled even by the that cat tlm mont old faihloned ginger The late Adelaide Neilson sat CO!) times royal dish with the Romans peacock A pnis will also ba given ti the bred. tongue. I JIarrodsburg Democrat. ugliest man. The B.ntcllurch anuounc for her photograph in as many different I Tliaift nrA fUW (jnrifin nnnprii htililibliftil MsHiuernde Supper for tha S.h and positions. At the time of her death she ei in the United S'a'ss, of which 83 are daily, -- ! 9:h. Billi " to ""'''S f,,nd9 ,0 he,P P1' had in her possession n copy of every or 70 Sun-la474 weekly pspors. The ' of thwo oarte, tabmet,, pmels, elc. bs chutch daet circulation rarg from 41)0 to 60,000. HI. in the Richmond Tranifer buaineaa at a good profit and baa accep'ed the position of extra agent on the L. & N. Mr. J C. IIouemhi, contractor on the 34 milra of the Chesapeake A Nub-vill- a that are under conatruction, waa here yeterday on private burtaew. He telle no that be ia working now about 300 baoda but expect to net ordera to double hia force at once. He could not tell ut any thine; about the war the road would run thiesideof BcotUvilU. banks, died Sunday night of consumption. She had recently returned from a trip to Florida, where she went in hopes of restoring her health. A husband and two children, besides many relatives and friend, will mourn hrr early death. wife of Mr. J. I Wllmot, who was a Eubank, daughter of Mrs. 8arah Eu taining -- Big lot of S.lt at T. R. Waltou's. J M. Martin has sold a mill lot con- . on Haw- kin's Branch, was totally destroyed by fire The house of Mr, John Land, two acres to Alfred Surber lor $120. William Thompson's tobaceo barn in Nel.on burned Saturday. Loss 2 000 insurance f 1,400. John B. Thompson's distillery has begun operations and be is paying fl.G5 per barrel for Democrat. Fat hogs ate selling in Fayette at 4 cent and shoals at 3J 2j0 head of 000-I- b. cattle sold to a distillery to slop at $3 30. corn.-Harrods- DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM. LIST OF FANCY GROCERIES. Citron, Pkunes, Currants, Seedle69 and Layer Raisinb, Mince Meat Maccaroni, N. Y. Cream Cheese, Oatmeal, Buckwheat Flour, Hominy, Beans Pickles, Grated Co-coanut, Honey, Pure Maple Syrup, Cooking Figs .tew iDyt:uTjsKi:.iT!t. ' al. Of-fut- 1 OtOOFL .3IT,,ir. J. II. HIGGIX8. Tra Tho Houso and Lot Id West Stanford, lately occupied by BlchtrdsoD Watt. A Tery dnlrsMe place In many xeipecta. Fur further infatuation, enquire of 73-- lt T. K,."WA.ITOr, Corner Main and Somerset Streets, SHjaLTorc3L, Ey. -- AT- in A G0LDEN0HANCE. Two of our itrong uierchin't are go'eg West, which leaves a good opening tor others. My itoru l, houie, one of lbs bet and beat locations lu loiwerly occupied Ij McAlljter A Lytle, is torrent. CaoVe bad tor a term of Tears If dealred. Call toon. Dec. lm) 11. Btan-fun- a VA.USliAi,h THE Tlie Cfold WM 1 niE-Ep- On Fridoy Night, Dec 25th I3SrK: o u " c DS-00 -- DR. G. W. BRONATJGH Use REMOVED hia oftice to that ot Judge Philips on Lancaster atrett, opposite tbe Court-IIoua- e. Boarding at Philip Nunnelley'a, in same ttrrct. He may le found at his office or roows at all hours except when professionally e oit Will j ley tbe following mUcUon?.- - and Silver Band e -- 4 bnt. W at M 0 k POSTED. We tho unJeraUned rIto notice that our lands are positively posted agalnat all either fishing, hunting for game or any tblrg else, or trespassing In any way by pasting through our farms, without special permit, except visiting or on business with us or those living on our lands. Violators may expect piosecutlon to tbe extent of the law. A. C CARMAN, J. 8. BOS1.EY. A. SI. FELAND, O. D IIOPPEIt. SAN1FOKD IRWIN, STEPHEN BUKCH. s- - 2 2 O "3 s N 2o n a ii 38 o Si ?!! - j H X -k r. a 2. -- 1 P- ! - S 5 2 8 i P -k & 33 " 1 -I 2 P 5 I : a? M j 2 " ? i S-- s 1 iaTTrS-rr- Atso-ciation- Look Out ForJVew Millinerv! ON OS ABOUT APRIL THE PIEBT, I expect to bring anew and moat desirable stock of Millinery ever biought to Stanford. Mr customers are well acquainted with tbe class I kept before, olt would be useless for me to say anything In regard to it. Thanking my customers for their past patronage, I still solicit same in tbe spring. .ftUH KATE JiVltDKRAR, 76 2m II H IN 2 5- lr ! i 3ifei3 Q 7a r S--5 ii btanlord, Ky. H. C. 1 RUPLEY, SALE OF TOWN LOTS And Tract of Land, ! MERCHANT TAILOR. lave received and still receiving As Agent of the heirs of Mrs, Elizabeth Bestley. dee'd. 1 otter lor sale privately two town lots ot about 1 Arr rich, situated on Main strict In Stan-fjrKy., on 004 ot which la a comfortable and commodious cottage; the other, which ia situated between tbe rv sldencet of W. P. Walton and Win. Craig, with tbe exception of a first-claI also offer a tract of about 65 s unimproved, Acres ot Land, situated on the Knob Lick turnone mile from 6 an lord. It ta In a bus atate pike, ol cultivation, but hu no improvemesta. For terms of tale apply to me. "9-- tl NEW GOODS FOK FALL &WINTER OomirislDg the beat in the market, which will be Ootton Up ia Stylo and Mako Second to Nono m City or Country. Give Bfe a Trial. DE3T. J. B. A'AXTOX, Agent. O. IRTTTPLE-S- r. -- COMMISSIONER'S A SALE Valuable Business House Stratton. Bhort-hand. Bryant and THE- LOXJISVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE. Type-wrllln- g, IN BTANFOBD. Penmanship, Banling, Arithmetic, Jr. It Is tbe onrr lincoln Clteuit Court. Thoa. W. Miller va. J. E. . Failla. g Notice of Sale. is taught aa books are kept by the Vest boos kef pcrnni College in this section wherein Pursuant to a Judgment herein at the OcUber term of this court, the undersigned lom'r will bankers, and a thorough practical knowledge of account given. Ha tbe largest and best arranged On Monday, January 4, 1880, t. rooms of anv College In the Wist. Thousands ol successful graditatta testify to the ahov.. Grids Being county court dav, between 11a. it. and 3 ates Lave no Double in obtaining good situations. Call or address -- tell at auction to the highest bidder tbt largul UUIJU1BB IIUIlK.UUi.UM UCW UI1V HCf .fUlrt Ilaiuse; hous , and Iheoutbouieaon theasme lot, opposite the di: Ataph Hotel, In tjlanfrd, K.,, sudject to tbe lease of Geo. U. Wcaren, eidlng Feb J, 'e9, of a room fronting 19 feet on first floor aud 38 feet ou second tljor, and bis right of free access to tbe rear lot, but tbe purchaser of the prop ity to be entitled to the rents from tbe said day of Wearcn Irom the Tbe tale Is mule to satisfy Tho. W. Mllld'a Judgment tor 31,60 with C per cent. Irom April 3, 'bj, until r.Ud, and bla coats herein, aud Henry Baugbtnan's Judgment lor 21,41121 with C per tent, thereon irom Oct. 1, '$3, untttpaid, and bis costs herein, and It: Williams' Judgment lor Si,-58 with 0 per ce.it thereon Irom Kelt. 1, 'SI, until paid, aud his coils, and a further Judgment unit! oitJii wun o percent, trout judo it, ei, Judg-miratd, and the Hanvlllo I'lanlng Mill Co.'s lor iJTil JiJ with 0 per taut, thereon from the cthday olMar. '1 until pud, subject to credits' of (50 palJ A ig 2J 'M, an J 55U p.ld Mir. JO, 'si, and its costs hereto to be given thepurctuser, Immediate iKKMi.-Cit- dlt ot atx, twelve and euhteeu niontbr, cqul tustadu.i'nts. Do da rulreii with jut roved ttcurltj. ha? ui theedact cf iudatnouls Louisville Bryant & Stratton Business College, Cor. Third and Jeflerson, LOUISVILLE, KY. - PIANOS AND ORGANS. Messrs. 8. R. A L. J. Cook arn igents for the A Co. Pianos ant Organs, which following most excellent lustroments' Knabe A Co., Hiuelton Bros , Decker A bon and Everett I'iauoi, Also, dough A Warren and the John Church A Co. Organs. These Instrument are most excellent In tone, of great duiaiuilty and m e defy then, tor petll Ion. All of A. It. are warranted Peatiy, Mrs for live years. Itcferencea: M. Pblllpi, J. M. Misrea"! i:. M. Carbeuter, J. Jainfs lleazley, Stanford; Mis. Mfgiie Huliais, Crab Orchard; Gen. W. .1. Land ram and Misa I ale Hull man, Lancart'i, Ky. John Church nt poaM-tuiu- l 3t H'. (1, JVJRU II, XI C It c. c. , - q iml At 44,00 TEJ W .PrUIH 1 1 ...n'anT Uui. it irmly f a.rt In advanc. w will b cnaraed. W. P. WALTON. A STORY OF FREDERICKSBURG. Herbert W. CoUlngwood In Now York Sun. (t was aftsr the battle of Fredericksburg The ground was strown with the fallen kUaljr: "Waltln' for mother'n father," smswercd A stone to the nearest rank, so clow the big child, his face breaking into a laugh Had the pushed their way to the frown- at Mm mastlou of their names. ing edge Mr. Winthrop had a kind heart, but was Of our rifle pit In the lait mad charge, When tliey struck our lines like an angry sometimes clumsy in his methods of Imparting instruction. He revered the truthttand sludge, And fought up undor ttw.vary guns Uteught be ought to bring it within Till the' bhM Una wavered, and turned, of tke cWWs feeble mind; and to, attd broke, wlWa the best lntentteks In the world, he.W disappeared And stragglers sullenly gan"by trying to rob him of his sweet hope Behind tlio mantis of pitying smoke. "They will never come, Davy; never, Thero was one tall man in the nearest rank, never In this world again." "EhT' mid the boy, and the momentary So tall he had towarod abore tho rest As we watched him bearing the tattered look of nope gave way to ono of bewilderflag. ment. Ho did not understand. Ho lay with a rifle ball through his Tbe mimister continued: "Thoy will uvit breast nor to morroy; come, Davy. Not" y, We thought him dead, bat he turned at nor next day, nor next Nearer I never! Any out whodoubtsthoganuloeneatof Iho above c last, can write to Mr. Davis, who will give all partlcu They cannot come. They are ded.' hlmsolf on hU elbow there, lars. "Dead? deadf" echoed the child, looking And looked down over tbe bloody field, "Dead, like the binU that Then back at us In a fierce do'palr. into dUtance Wo saw him fumble beneath hlo coat, can't fly or sing; llko thtf dog that kept M End fonur book coDtalnlng valusUo Informs-Io- n And feebly draw with a shaking hand still and wai put Into the ground; like thl for women. It will lu mulled free to appliA little package of letters stained squlr'l that was killed on the old walnut cants, i With u and tied with a faded band. THK BBADFIELD RMIULATOH tX)., tree! "No, they couldn't die. My motAer ron the IloxZs, Atlanta. Da. couldn't die. My father couldn't die." He spread them out, and be picked up one He said this with such calm asurana5, The smallest letter of all the store. For aalo by DR. M. U BOUIISK, Stanford, Ky, We know that his eyes were filled wltl such uirumod hop, that tho minister stood it tears abashed and rebuked. Here was the perfect comme'hds Itself to nil who havo occasion That blotted the tiny package o'er. to tastll Into faith ha had vainly tried 1SSO. to use n tijo for tho board or mustache. He tried to read, but bis bead dropped Ion greater minds; thosnmof atl his Vaehlng. On his breait, and bis hand fell nurre It will change gray, faded, or sandy was on The soul he had tried to enlighten lessly ; ! s, to n beautiful brown or black, higher ground than he. It knew no doubt. But tho FtliTentng flngors kept their grasp as desired. The colors produced aro Ho repeated oter and over the boy's words, On the words that his eyes could nt, longer see. "They couldn't die," as he walked away, natural aud Luting. It cannot bo washed ILLUSTRATED. seeing clearer than ever what Is meant by off, contains no destructive Ingredients, A raarmer ran through tbe rifle pits; tho scriptural assertion that outof tbe mouths Harper's lUtir Is the only paper In tho world Is rheip. afo, conrrnlcnt to use, and Wo bad watched him there from out that eomblnro the choicest Itcraluro and tb finof babw cometh wisdom. shelured stand; effectual. est an llluitratlooa with tb alcst fashions and Yes, the "Carson children" as tho neighWe fell to wondering whose band baa Ita weekly Ilmethods ol household alornment riiFPsitEii ny bors called them, though they were all grown traced lustrations and descriptions of the uewral Paris well with thomsclves sinco their his big brown hand. it, CO., Nashua, N. IL, U. B. A. and New York styles, with Its useful pattern-sheThe letter be held in up had done R. P. HALL supplement and cut pattern, by enabling "His wlfel" said one: "No, hlssweethearl parents died. The four who constituted the Sold by all dealers In medicines. laJIrstob their own driumakers, save many boysl" working forco developed a genius for the shape. tlmrs the cost of subscriptions Its pspen oa Said another. "His motherP said one science of "getting along." They wero as cooking, tbe management of servants and housewho) face Davy shut the doors and sat down with a keeping In Its various details areeiulnenttr prae ambitious, practical nnd worldly as their look Was fresh and fair as a girl'; he droppod of disappointment In his face. Ural. Mueh attention Is given ts Iho Intsrvsttng out the father had been dreamy and unworldly. His tcun and clambered from topic of society etiquette, and It Illustrations ot "She didn't come," ho said, "but I thought They reached out after tho successes of life place. art need! work aro acknowledged to be unequal)- with hungry hands. Tho prizes be hail passed all day sho would." IU il llinIJ iu,it i, wi lur ium . .i.ii.-- .. He sat silent for n minute and then said to He ran to the dead man's side and ral.-o-i and the unique cbancter of Ita buuoruoa picturrs by with iudiflerenco they strove for and .Catherine: The hand, and there in a childish scrawl gabled. has woo fjrlt thsuame of tb Amerbaa Vi Was written, "I love you, papa dear." you'll wake mo, "If mother comes They held togcthor, aud in a year or two The band bad closed o'er the refit, and all Katy, won't youf She'll lo so glad to seo That bad cheered his soul in that lonely bought back tho old homo and brought It out me," nnd at the very thought ho was all sunIS WAKRANTKD to cure Four and HARPER'S PERIODICALS. of dilapidation Into smiling companionship place Ague, Intermittent or Chill Kcvcr, with its modern neighbors. They liked to shine ngaln. Was the simple note of a little child. Kcvcr, Dumb Ague, Illllous Fecr. This innorrnt fatth In his dwn importune ri.R YEAR. Ani yet, it had sweotsned tbe tasta of advance themselvM In that never-to-b- e Dengue (or "Ureak-liono- " Fever), I.lvcr touched them. Thero was not ono of the death, t .. ..I CO circle nhich calls itself society. Harir's Rssn Complaint, and all diseases arising from threo at that moment who would not gladly For It fesmad to me that the dead man - 10d Itarper'a Musiln... ,. ..... ..mM.Malarial poisons. smiled. undono everything and declared that have Uariti's Weekly........ ,.raM............. I 00 Davy should stay thero former, but no ono "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1SS4. Harper's Young I'eople 2 M ...... put the wish Into words. It is s dilllcult to "For eighteen months suf-crc- d Harper's Franklin tfqjar Library on year, givo expression to good at first as to oviL . 16 00 ..- l2 A FOOL'S CHRISTMAS with Chills and Fever, foliagenumters) That curious shame which sometimes seals Iree to tho lips when the noblest feelings demand having Chills every other day. States or CsniJs. all subscribers la tb United utterance held them sllout. And so the After trying various remedies x toot: btort without artificial lights. golden moment which might havo liccn gloriwill begin with The recommended to cure, used a first volumetor of tb Ilaur each year. When the Everybody said that tho Carson children fied by a deed of imperishable beauty rolled January of nn bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and time number selfishness was Is mentioned It will beunderstoot had done very well with themselves since by, and an act of shameful that the subscriber wlsbes t commence with the number died. Indeed, thero wero those their iarenU recorded in its stead. have never since had chill. of orJer neat alter tbe rec-lwho considered it quite provi'ontial that Some of the gloom that shadowed the Hound ED1VIS HARPER." year ba'k.volumrs of Harper' Ilaair, befor three they had been thrown on their own resourced, loco settled upon Davy at last and ho laid In neat (loth binding, will tent by since their father had been anything but a rnEinr.D by malt, posta(epalil,or by eaprass fre of eipense his head upon Julia's lap and fell asleep. (provided the IreUht does not earned on dollsr model of financial success and their mother a Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mais. volumi) for f 7 per volume woman who had never thrived in It was ten o'clock tbe next morning when Cloth caws fur each volume, suitable fir bind Sold by all Druggists. tbe rudo western garden Into which she had John Keller, who drovo the wagon from the ing will betrnt by mall, postpalJ, oa receiptor been t- - niplanUM. II escti joor farm to the town every tlay bolted e MonKeintttA'resiliou d bsmsdebr Both ilrtl in the same week, and the children tho Carson cottage. ey Order or Draft, to avoid cbanc of loss. at once Mt about the business of life with The December sunshine was glorious, the Ncwsnspers are not t ropy thW alfrrtlsemsnt great good sense. They had not a dollar left air froth and bracing and tho sparrows in wlthnut the esprrsi order of HarrA Hrotbers. when overything was settled. Even the old Addnss UAltrKUA lllttjrili:iW, New .ork vlnA were holding a lively matitho leafless house was sold away from them. But they nee decided to hold together and get their share of Davy was never so jubilant He was full in time. Kidney diseases may be prevented the world's chances. There were five of of health, easily pleased, and was about to by purifying, renewing, and Invigorating 188G them George, Catherine, Julia, Annette and have a ride. At first be thought ha would the blood' with Aycr's Sarsaparllla. When, Davy. take the cat with him. Ho bod hail her in through debility, the action of tho kidneys Nobody ever mentioned Davy who did not his arms all morning and hated to let her go. Is perverted, these organs rob the blood of speak his same softly and with an accent of Finally he changed his mind and took his ?" Its needed constituent, albumen, which is !AVcrfar- -' gentlo pity, for he was simple minded. He doll, which, by soma to him unaccountable I passed off In tho urine, whllo worn out was a fool. Though he was large and well tgency, had been freshly and gaily drtwsed, MlViat re you doin-j- , DavyV formed, at sixteen his face was as vacant as matter, which they should carry off from and was standing in tbe front window as Uur lembr Kuaibsr will brjln the Seventy-acvn- d a baby1. But there was "no harm in him," George decided that money was tbo best though ready for ceremonious events. Her vulum of Haaraa'S MaoaztNK Mis the blood, is allowed to remain. By the l Uoolson'a novel, Annel." and Mr. Howthe neighbors said. Ho was just a big in- thing attainable, and set about getting rich. modish attire was a pitiful burlesque upon use of Acr's Sarsaparllla, the kidnc)t foremost ell's "Indian cummer" holding th fant, pleased with the trifles that delight the Catherine managed tho housekeeping; Julia her destination; but, happily, she and her arc restored to proper action, aud Albuplace la current aeilal fiction will run through very least of children, and of as little use, as made music her profession, and Annette, the owner were both unconscious of that Dolls everal numbers, and will l followel by serial minuria, or usefulness is reckoned in this blind old world, youngest and loveliest of tho sisters, married stories from It. D. lUackraore and Mr. D. M. Lave their romances as well as pnople. The A new editorial depirliomt, dlKutilnt Cralk as tbo weeds that grow on tho hillsides or the and went away. irony of fate does not exclude them from its toplrs augiieslrtl by Ihn current lltsraluie of wild vines that choke the grata For awhile Davy wns not neglected. His operation. Surely no one could havo America and Kuro, will tie contributed by W. Yet he wmn't a disagreeable figure to look brothers and sisters, remembering their dreamed that such a beautiful belle of doll-doIt Howells, beclnulng with tb January Number. at. HU appearanco never excital repulsion, mother's tireless tenderness and their father's Hi great literary event of tbe year will lie lb was dcitiuod to display her charms In an publication ofa series of nl he shape only pity. He was always well dressed, and unvarying patience towards his helplessness, is prevented. Aycr's Sarsaparllla also almshouse. of a story, and depleting clursc. brittle featurra of the yellow curls that covered his big head did their best to make him happy. He was As soon as Davy saw her he droppod the prevents Inflammation of tho kidneys, and American society as smu at our iauin pleasure like a flot-- wero always brushed and shintheir one great charge, a boly one had they cat and seized her in bis anas, declaring that wi tn J Clurl's HudUf Warner, and other disorders of theso organs. Mrs. Jas. lllus'ralrd hv C M llvlnharl ftie llatisa lie wl ing. Though his vacant brown eyes wero only know n it. His weakness aud trustfulsho was the prettiest doll in tho world and VT. Weld, Forest Hill 6t., Jamaica Tlalu, glvsHipiiclilalt ntlon to mrlran ub) rs treat-- d sometimes misty with tears, they knew nothness were coutinual monitors to their hearts. should go for a rido. With the barking fox by the tiest American writers, and Illustrated ing of anger. Ho had a laugh for everyBut the days went on nnd their cares in- in bis pocket and tlio beautiful belle in his Mass., wrltei: "I have had a complicalijr It n. in t .iuerii in aniit, body and was invariably happy Ho could creased and their interests widened. Each inns ho cllmbol into tho wagon nnd sat tion of dlsca s, but my greatest trouble has been with my kidneys. Four bottles not understand in tho smallest degreo the had aspirations outnlde tho circlo of home. down beside John Keller, as iuuocuut nnd troubles which beet all humanity born to Contact with the world, successful contact, happy n child as ever' found pleasure In of Ayrr'-- SartaparllU made mo feel like HARPER'S PERIODICALS, superior endow meuta. HU world was so lit- began to do ita work. It wns teaching them childish things. a new person; as well and strong as "Good-by- , tle nnd so coinfortablo, so slmplo uiul so to valuo the tinsel gilding of lifo higher than ICaty; I'll lw back by dinner c cr." Vf. M. JIcDouald, 10 Summer St., l'KK Vi,S. beautiful, so entirely without distre&i or tho pure gold. It wns teaching them a false time," hu calioJ out, cheei ily. Norton, Mas.,liad been troubled for) ears A (I CO H.rpor." Weekly ho was absolutely happy, was Inoculating them divad, that standard of worth. It with Kidney Complaint. Ily tho uso of Harpvi'a M,Hlie.. 00 . .. .. . Mothers of bright boys just beginning o with the insidious sin of selHshni'ss. and at A) er's Straparlll:i, lie not only . I 04 Harpei's H, xar ....' make places for themselves in tho world last it tanglst them to Ihj ashamed of Davy. 2 Ce sighed an they looked at Davy Carbon nnd Being ashamed of him they tiksl to keep Harper's Ymitig I'Mipl ..... recalled his imago when ho was a chubby him hidden, and assumed tohmo forgotten llnrier's quim IJbra'V ene year, bis existence.. They wero never unklndyto Labvoddling by his motlu-r'- sldn, O2ouiubr) It CO the disease from assuming n fatal form, , Thov rocallod him as ho had often sat by bim; but Cy nnd by thero seemed tobouo 1'iialage 're t i all aubirler the United but was restored to perfect health. John I" lier as she sowed, on the shady porch, putting plnco for him. i 8Mli or Cm di ilcLell.iu, cor. llrldgo nnd Third M Ho didn't notice tho change. In his slmplo the words of his small vocabulary together Lowell, JIass., writes: "For secral years to express his pleasure. The dogs nnd tho soul there was neither suspicion nor discoifae M'gain. Ti- vt.lnitipsot th I suffered from D)spcplu nnd Kidney cats, tbo hwullow, that built their uets uudvr ntent Ho rocked his dolls, talked to the birds iiniiib. I l.ir J'ln- - aud lue ntb"f nl raib irsr l(Jed I' viil l u dirtol Wi.eii no lltiwls docs, still w atched nt tho crate nt times tin roof of tho old porch, tlu tijuli reU that and Complaint, iho latter being so severe nt that ihesiiliserltvwi wtslw. in h utri .iii ihe fcomctimes flashed through tbe yard, tho but- 'for his mother and father, nnd still loved all Units that I could scarcely attend to my uuttibsr. terflies and even tho lxes line w Davy. He ,tho worliL w ork. Mv nppetlto was poor, nnd I was ll.iil cd Vu'U'U I ' tl MI'l,' MelMllXK, fur who could talk only haltingly to men aud Thoy could never a ftenvnrd tell who sugthl i' vesis bici In in ' rwth nitiittii , will tu mm h emaciated; but by usln,; nn iirrlu f ft er rul gested it I'erhnpi it was Cuthorlne, who women know tlio language tho voiceless creanil bt in ill iNtcti-- bi !.! nine. Ulutliok- a lor b lir.; M tures understand. Many tho days he passed had grown less kind of late, or perhaps it mall, p.le llin their company, laughing and happy. was Oeorge, whoso pursuit of money grow 'phiVtleH'. lndix in If - n' M m xt ii: And ho he grewuj grew in body, though moro ongroslng every day; or it might have il s II l lurvduinia I in 00 In. Ana'.ylleil I H'U June scarcely nt all in mind. was pitiful been Julia, who wns continually sought after . HUM till., JjU' It C'llllll IM,'l. Kvn, I nth. Mi to sco him, almost a man in stature, holding by what they weie pleased to call "society." M V.i. Itiuilttaroi sliii'ihl some foolhh toy, a baby's his hands They hud all thought of it, but just who ey rdi r or 1'rili. l, Ki'no iisu - i f ioa- -. mug, or a glass bird, when another examined had dared to first utter it they conld nover to cep th's adv. tl'en'int Nowspaper" are imt it, childishly eager to protect it from possible afterward quito detennmo. After it had ii mi .i iiiHiui me exp-i"- s nnunTi. my appetite and digestion Improml, ai.d cniWossnoss. Addn.s IIAI.I'I.U .v HIUITIIKifx N . y.irk len ppoken, however, it was easy enough to my health has been perfectly restored." In but two things did he advance kind-nev- s givo it shni nnd development. It is tho "Oootlby, TafiA" und love. Though his intellect stood first cxpiession of evil that is dlltlcult. After Sold by nil Druggists. titill hU spiritual senses seemed somehow to that tho way l smooth. At last It was talked Catherine did not nuswer. Sho stood lean I'rlco $1; Sis bottles, .$5. grow. Instinctively ho understood that all of quito plainly. Davy was in tho way. Ho tho gate, with dry eyes andnbor-riblliving things wero entitled to Lindner, nnd was n dicmllt to them aud nn otataclo to ingouhoa Prepared by Dr. J. C. A) 1 r .t Co., Lowell. Sho could not iucss In her heai in his. poor, slmplo fashion be was forever their advancement They wero ashamed of JIiiss., U. S. A. havo spoken if tho ixmulty for not spcakliig help tho helplois. His mind was him. trying to The most popular Woekly newspaper devoted had been death. Tho others had gone away "Something ought to be done with him." liko cowards, leaving her to go through not clouded tlwro. Higher than tbo intellect toscience, meclianlca.encineerinB; ilurnrerica, Intentions and patonta over publielioib rterynnm-k- r tits tin soul Through thi strnuii v.il that That was the verdict They talked it over lUustrsted with splendid oneraviairs. Till. work alone, us tiny hsd nlnuys dono shrouded his mind tho simple boy's soul until they I eally felt hk martyrs, nnd actuimbUcatlonfurnl)inainostvaliiablenc7clopedla 0LUBBING RATES, when disagiwnblo things wero to bo met, i.finfonuation which no person atiould be without. looked out clear and bo uttlfuL Literally ami ally jversuuded thcinsclvoj, as people often Iho popalariir of thoiiiiiNTino AurnuaN Is Sho was silent, but sho suffered. Sho real- To thoio iltslrluc nJJItlonul rcnilng matter absolutely did ho fulfill tho golden ruin ho wiil wbin they nro about to do something ized sueli that Ita circolatlon nearly enuslsth&t nfall that she had helKl to do a hateful will club Hie othor papcra of itaclasacoiulilnc.il. Trice. 3'J)a who could not understand a law, who know very mean, that they aro doing it for the thing, but sho w us sulluti orer it and would SEMMVrEKLY INTEHIOIl Iff,li.J,l"c',j",t.,n"l"bt' Hold bv atl nensdsslers ! I'.'iN A (JO.. not u iliio of lujmictiou, who had no idea of victim n good. JOl'ICMI Publishers. Ko. Solllroadit av. N. V. say nothing. Cuthermo urg.il that Davj-- wandered away roward or pntuslitiu-nt- , of heaven or hell, of AT,lrolBar ff lunn uo. nave John Keller's fnco grew very whlto where As lollmri: God or dt man Yet ho did all that the wisest so much that tliowiu always uneasy about tho stubblo of his board did not sliado it, nnd With the Wei Ily Cnurlcr-Jjiirnum " "sjassasmssaa M r, ,jca Lefor. 53 CO of u n ro commail lu 1 to do. him, and she w as too busy to be continually his big hands fumbled nervously with his "' ' New Ynrfe World ihe Patent Omco and havo prepared 2 60 Ami sj ho grow ui hljj, simple, kind awl hunting him up. Baddus, tho thought he coat He ended tho sceuo by slapping tlio I mom than. Ono Hundred Thou .1 00 New York Sun " " InnnU appliiationsfnrpatvnta In the was growiug moro jecullar and ought not to ' linos on tho horse's back, and away thoy loviug. ' I nlltd Mate, and foreiRn countries. " " 6 CO Harper's Mngmlno much iim muir niu motUT mod both Iuio so much freedom. She couldn't answer went Davy tumed around, and with a griu tacarii. " " Harper's Weekly 3 JO A Mmnninnta. and all other tianers fur wero cm rled to tho cemetery on tho same for what he might do. that coveted his until o face called out, Isccnrini; to inventor their rlchta In tlm ' " Mrnuac t 00 Oeorgo was nlnwrbed In tho great business day Davy was dazed by the htmiinronejs ot j I i ed btatns, ( auada, Kniilsiid, 1 rano, "Ucod-byllouder than over, and holding " " IIuiiii nnl Tarn 2 '0 llicrtnsnv ami olh, r forniiiii oimntrles, prv-- I of getting rich and did not dissent. Julia, it nil; but it? could not understand that (1m dell up hcljied bur bow an uugrucefuj pared at n.. rt not ico aiidnnreaMiiiablo tonus In fact, no mattrr what pulihrstl' n J"ii ilpilrn, I lu tlio nature of n calamity had oe- -' too, seemed to havo given up all weakness in udluu. Inf inuaiion aalo obtaining patent we run furnUli it w lib our xii and shvh jmi s of without oharve. curr&l He tiptowl over Uie room anil sjioIm the shapu of love for Davy, and agreed with iroulileniid cxieuiu tf rnultllui; fur II, 'lnforiiistian hhuL free. 1'atenta obtalnis lnithe becnuvj bo wns awed by tho ' In whtaiMtt), not thi ,iith .Munn A Co. are nolle,! In tbuSciiBtifj from SOoems to St N. in , h..fc , ,Wf wmro.iimurt American free. The Ad,aulsisof eaob nattst tlM suhrciltMr ' "'Jv already iwliJ. rr prctwn ( of death, but for fear u tioise would fCOVriMTED NEXT IS3UE. itsll undeotwKl by 11 arsons iUu ntsn tudis- avail themsplres of tbliUIVr lj (i;Iik the illfler-endUturli their sleep. can- puuui iiieiriiaiiiuia. Jt co. Oflie t tl I between St sad tbe awoums wawml. Ictaarrno ,iir.sx, MtVN Wl ii u f tbut no mor he rll.l tlieni 'p'-g Xt. P. WALTON, rru'r.istar'vrd. O nath." Yaun;. at I.iuulway, Akw Voik often, seaichod lor Ihcui iijjuui anil neiUu, , or the.cosS-yretewstlwell-doing llrad-fielto-daAml-ratso- riily lay in. ranks, on the side of the hill WitkUuer front to us; and bo could ind waited for them always with a patience hat was more than mortal, and a longing .hat mado his childish face at tlmw look old ind sick. Thero were days when ho was so sure they rroa would cos bMk HsM bea trttm aornlng until night, looking down the street ver which the loag dark wagon had driven when It carried tlwm away asleep eat tkera hopeful and happy, eager to be tho first to jreet them. Ob day Reverend Wlnthrop walked by aad was touched by tbo lceagtaef in the boyM faoe. hnafW of the heart bad temporarily extinguished the look of vacancy in his eyee, and thejr burned with a pathos that was He sat rocking a worn-ou- t indescribable. doll m his strong arms, alternately kissing and holding it up that it might see those he waited for, while they were still far off, "What are you doing, Davy I" said the the others where." that ho "ought to be put some- At last It wm decided to send him to tho poorhouse. It was not that they grudged htm too llttlo It cost to supply hk BcsiUas wanted him oat of way. Neither did they want to eend him to the almshouse as a pauper, but as a person of inarm mind sot enough to be. lodged in a hospital for the insane, but too uncertain to have his USE GRATITUDE r.llln,. lltunl.t nmilllultim. ! For Hard Times. THE IHTERIOB JOURNAL thy tt mln-Ute- liberty. The way was perfectly easy. Tho law was on their aid, though BUtoaalty was not They even plumed themselves upon having done more than their duty by htm. They were to pay his hoard and buy hfs clothes. The idea was that they wanted him "looked after." This was the lnngungn In which they clothed tho very meanest net (t their livers. They measured out justice nt a valuation of dollars and cents, and took no account of most precious things. They wer about to hurt the helpless, forgetting it U written that tho strong shall share their strength with the wwdc Tlio evenln? before Davy was to leave an ominous silence foil on tho household A firo burned in tho grate of the pleasant little sitting room; the lamp light was brighter than ever, but the good cheer that come from was absent Something invisible but dreadful was there, arid all felt Its presence but Davy. The unkind deed planned for Ihe morrow had already taken o vil shape at tbolr hearth, Intangible, but real. The knowl-edg- e of tho Invisible spectre, whoso name was Injustice, mado them strangely silent-- all hut Davy. He was exacting unlimited amosementf rom a toy fox that barked weakly when It was squeezed. At tho feeblest sound that camo from tho mouth of tho diminutive Reynard he would break Into peali of laughter. Curiously enough, the more he laughed tho graver grew tho threo other faces. His S ioyousness rebuked them. His Innocent embarrassed them. His perfect trust put them to sbamo. Outside tho wind was making wild music. Suddenly It blow open the gate, which swung ihnt again with a clatter of It Iron latch. "It's mother! It's mother!" shouted Davy, springing to tho door and openlncr, it; but only tho rnw December night wind rushed In. At least that seemed to bo all, but it brought with it a chll). 'The word "mother," as Davy spoko it, lind rent her gravo and brought her there an actual presence. All felt her calm oyes look Into their guilty hearts with sorrowful surprise and saw her wrap her arms lovingly and protoctlngly around Davy, aa they bad seen her do in life a thousand times. They did not see this with their natural oyes, but their slumbering consciences aroused by her namo took thU Is a medicinal preparation, and, at tho samo time, an elegant nnd cleanly toilet HALL'Srflih RENEWER. It I.V,, IntVa Vanatntlnn. Teal. SmltrvrUt. with out our knowledge or aollcltatlon, and wo desire to glfe It publtcltr through jour columns. Ilelow we hand jou s Utter from a grateful heart, which was sent to aud pub DEMOREST'S ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY article. Its nctlou upon the scalp U health f ul. It uourlshes the glands which support tho hair, and causes thin, dry hair to be coma thick, soft, and Igorous. It restores tho color of jotith to locks which hao bceomo faded with ngo or disease; mid relieves mid cures Itching, caused by humors of tho scalp. Dr. George Gray, Nashua, N. II., writes: "It gives mo pleasure to testify to tho wonderful effects produced by Hairs Vegetable Sicilian Hair Itcnewcr, ni observed by mo In very many cases.' Ir will certainly nr.3Tonr. Till: If.Ull TO ITS OIUOIXAL colon. It cleanses tho head of dandruff, ami leucs tho hair soft, glossy, nnd beautiful." F. T. Sandhcln, 1010 Spruco St., rtillndclplila, Pa., writes: "After unavailing!)- - trjlng n number of preparations to prevent my hair from falling out, mid, realizing that I wns fast becoming bald, I tried, ni n last report, Halt's Hair Itcnewcr. I hac used only four bottles of the Itcnewcr, and am perfectly satisfied that It U tho best preparation In tho market for chccUnt tho fiillln.; out of hair, linlgoratlnc; tlio hair root, and promoting a new growth." ?r Karnmtly Entreat Kvrrv Suffer inn tTatiinn tc firm Thin to Heail It CarvuUu unit srrf. MorsTlan Falls, N. C, Not. 15, 1MI. "An oonrecf prevention is Ma. KaiToa better tlian a pound of ture," and a pound of tur l Ixtter than a shipload of argil ment In your columns. I aaw some time ago an adYerttaemfnt of a medicine called ltradlield'i Female Itrgulalor and the won ttrrful remits from Ita me; and aa my wife bad been a sufferer ami an Invalid for nir prolapsus tkihofnuns fromand painful and ronrr-tlo- n tnaoilraUoa tlio womb and tbo doctora could do ber no good, I was Ho I sent tat persuaded to try tbo remedy. two bottle, and the result was she luiprov. ed to much that 1 sent for anotber package and tbo Is now able to do her bouiabold work and goes stout wherever aho pUaaea I am confident aho la permanently cured. I sent for a lot il Hits wonderlul Female to Mil, and overy bottle thai I havo dlapoaed of hu given complete aatlsfattlon, and the results are In every case all that could be desired. With Ihanka to the Knlerptii. wlilrh d callf-- l my attention to It and to tbo llenulator Co., the proprietors of this gratefully jroura, great bouu, I am J. W. Davis. I. 8. You can publish thiso or not, si women, I vou see nl, but for tbe bentfU hope you will. MAGAZINE WlthTwolv Cut Paper Pattern of ,our ows teUction and of any sli. BOTH PUBUCATIOMS, ron - ONE YEAR, $3,50 (THREE FIFTY). U S30rfTAININQ Stories, Poems and other Utersn KJ attractions, combining Artlstie, ScUnbRo ano Mousshold mattirs. Of all tho Magazines. THE BESl ffTKiirli Mnirnzlnfl nintiiliis n OOHrON OflDKIt.ciitltlliwrtlu' holder to tlio n Irvtlon of NV J'ATTKHN lllustruttM In Umt nuuibor, ttml In ANY Hir.V MMUUVHT MONTHLY Is Jtutlr cntltlJ tlio World's Model Mniriii;lni' Tlio f.ntyest In JKorrn. the fjinrurt in rirculiitKm nnd tho TWO iHillur lu.illy Muiriuluit ImucxI. lhtt will bo the Twenty second rnr of IU puMlcstion s It is oonUnually lmpmvti nnd eo estcnstreljr as to place It In tho front rank of Fauilhr I'rrlcMllcals. ami eiiiul to nnjr oiamulne. It lurvo quarto. 8 ill i, lnrhe cotttnliii Ti rlcirntitlr prlntil und fully llltintnitol Puh llshexl by W. Jciiiilnirs Dtiuioreat, New York, IlltutmtHl with Orliliinl Htttt JTngrw iuat, 7ioi(nirrra, Oil 1'tttnrei itut ln Woodrutm, tttnklHtf it th MHtl Jfniuainf Of Attirrlrti, tet Pi. Buckingham's Dye WHISKERS AND BY SPECIAL AGREEMENT WITH THE COM0INEO Interior Joarual at $3.50 Per Year. 41 1880 THE COURIER-JOURNA- isso wlil-kcr- Harper's Bazar Avotutior LIVING IDEAS AND LIVE ISSUES ay tixx or Monapallea, Ollgarthlam, svnil tha Kplrll ofHecllonal Strife. ThaCorlerJ itirnsl lliiav tVartmnw Is tb tli et Nempsper ol tho South. Is Otmocratio In pIitli-- , and first, last, and all tha tlai Is lor S reduction ol tho War Tans as levirl on tb pnpl by th tariff now Id force. The Weekly Courier-Journa- l Is li -t a.kallge. Rpesnta. Hd. Ague Cure J AYER'S Colli I Ml tee, and Ut ,e qiMDUly aud uuatlty of matter that aplxsra In ra It Imiik of It, It Is th t'Hurisr. Its tslejeaphlo aes fatintles oulslass any, ther ai. I It lias the. tripes of the allr-- t writers a I r r !" dents In tb country. It A th wssk from etery sf tluu if Hi World. It Klves to lis tbruuahoul the greater nuuiiwmf Setlll asd Short Stories by iautiiit ai. I npnlr . writers thsn any of llm ed maa.lne Illslnetsry tvp t a ModalPdltlcsl and rsmlli , weekly newspaper pnlllshe.1 i th prnts lliat vtrs Mch-pnal t.lrt, Caper. d n-- ..,. - l.e. A It Is arknawlmtod by press and popU tbrvogbetit th I nits. Mate to b a, great a' at In aif I great In enterprise! treat t in a ill' t i In lie rvtreelu. cf lnftuia great la vailelvl irrsal In atery hum tln; td It lt(Ws-- r ll.st erer,t'ili..HH fl.i Tj - oilli ut It Is a great t'pportiiully last Th m l o tsVa It are bvt illlng to Tho Weoltlr Courier-Journbaa by far the Iiartrest Olroulatlon of any Democratic. Newspaper lu America,. gr-a- Pr. t- tttbvut riK-s- s Itlnl!) liaiid-om- J a J uur full bat of lrol nirnl great variety ri(Irre. fn ti j early snhscrlb- s dn - npt tf a t (nut fur them, we sen I ( . hum j charatn tai i i i y f Ui-li- FREE PREMIUMS. IUt of and useful premiums e ill nn , ct an I I'reinmm fir remiuius, tohrlem.i any a fr- - t s.llug Uiwi. lily-lik- o Ir bo-fo- re t'uit-offle- Be Warned WeeLlr, ene year, Including a pre- , aimffl weektj.t iliits. f niaandcjler, wilbuut $10 1 n prriiiium, inh .. ... For titry club ct flto names sent us at en time, th sendee ol club will t ssnt as a present snr on ot our Ire premiums selected by Mm. Dslly, eirrpt undavi,fii jrar t0f) SUBSCRIPTION TEEMS. W ... m. IUllV, (eieepl hunda) , u UiUth ns fun Uuudsy, sis iu ntli, No trstellng agents are employed lUlll, leteept , nil), Ir, )rr .... ... HARPER'S MAGAZINE. LLU8TUATKD. "f-as- .' but a piod loral scent I. anlnl fur It In eirry ruiutnuully, lu iiin a literal cash rf.mml.Kin Is allor.I. l If tl.e has ru Iwal agent In HnhlKjr. hoid, aeud to us T r uur Agent's Comasalng OutBI, which w send flea of cl.arce All sub. Krlptlon urd'is, rr.u..ts fur outtlts, saniplo Ceples, etc., should 1 addresMI to Ceurler-Juurna('..ntler-i'.iirna- . lis) .y lb 1(0 2is) f, (I) )ur W. N. HALOEMAN, rmll.il CesrW, Jxiasl Cs , LoriariLLi:, kt Bright's Disease ijriiate&m. T,o Newspaper in America, and by far the Most Readable. Agents wantod ovoiywlte'c to cam nione in distributing tlto Sun's Pro-nmir- 1 B'l s Tbo moit intrcf$tiiiQ and advanta geous offji'. over mad,e by nny TJows-pap- i. s Prevented i,7 No Subscriber i(noioiror njgloctcd. Sontething for all. wi.l rruinria.ii an StauiUr.l Gohl ami olbrVatclic,Val jahio Hh1, tli" Ittut Family Sowing V "Mno l known to tho trade, nnd nntiix-'i- t alod ll.it - . f olijefltiof real utility ami Inalnct'on. ctir-re- Butca DAILY, p..ii k1 AYER'S DMI.Y, pc SUNDAY, per Yoar DAY If.' TH -r vcsr V e.-, p;r Yo.r .Vaif;, rostpnitl tivlthout Sunday) S6 00 Month twltnoiitncndav) 50 v ' ... ... n', . as Vtsr-- YD'A" Kew Ymk 00 00 I 00 tlty. I U-lo- Sarsaparilia i' i;r.mm x T ,0s $S1SK rOTKllAZL, D. M, FERRY & ,sfrssaBSSBtt mr o t the-ugl- CoJIllmlrttlMi, rrlci, urslsileHilnlnat ani iidiiD1S alrKtlcas tor tlinllus all Tarleilei ef 1'Ut.TAIII.I snj IMMrKK HKI.IIM, 1IUI.IIN, els. Inrtluiwi la sll eipeelslly u Msiiti Uir4rr.ni K.r 1 f r lu Will benalMFIiri: tssll.pellcsnti, snl lseiinmr.of Is, ysrwlibutriliilii(i ficuolslnsatwul UUri WOtl 18QC.T2 CO., Dotrolt, Mlohlaan, I L tor i i 'lrsde-Mark- s. Coni-riuht- j Man and Beast iMustangLinimcnt is older than most men, and used more and more every year. J " hiij-tultt- jf i llnnd-book- I I i-- ' wtm"wpOTrwmM S .n; 'JHctlily .3 lutnor ItmriwI THE GOOD OLD GIRLS. Ohio State Journal.) ON THE CHESAPEAKE. DUCK-SHOOTIN- E. NICHOLSON, 3. CHRISTINA " FRENCH ELECTIONS. INTERESTING DESCRIPTION OF THE WAY THEY APIs- - CONDUCTED. Ailrftiitngot nttil Dtsailrantnget, n Com varatl with thn Sjttara Ilero IUllot-- . Inrf nn Ordarir for wane of a Solemn Duty. Oh, where are tho girls of tho past, That peopled our childish romances, Tho frockle-faoomaldotis that cast Tholr spoilt o'er our Juvenile fancies! Havo the bygone Matildas. and Hands g "' THE POPULAR AND EXCITING SPQRT OF Boot unci fiihoo linker, MT. VERNON, KY. I3.lt r TThooJoro Biagtoa's TarU teller.) Tha French cltitm Ii now on tha list n( Totflr, and be has hit alecioral carJ which be procure! nt tba a r's "ofilca. Wo shall If lis noW.folloT.hliB to tha ballot-box- . wishes to ten ooo of tha Jtttlgai otaloctton ba must bo at tha polling pttiae a llttla boforo S o'clock, tba hour at which. at wo have aoen by tha lector! eard, tho voting boglns. Ha will, tberafora, go to tba town ball, or to or to tba mayor's the publlo school-bousprivate houa, or to the porch of tho church, (or nny of tasw plow may ba tba doilg-natspot, but not to a corner liquor store, or sotns other low reor a tavern sort, at la alinoit always tba re,M In America. Ha will find policeman nt tba door to keep order, tba mayor, with bit bat olT, sitn long tflblo. A ting behind Ilka hlmtolf, alio uncovered, will b In tba room. There will ba no smoking, no pitting, and no loud talking. rOllMINO T1IK "ilUHKAU." Tha flrit tiling in order boforu tba voting beglna li tha formation of "the bureau." Tba bureau Is an institution which plays an Important part, I taluk, lit Frunch pslltlcn. A political meeting never gett beyond the nomination of lt bureau, or at wa would ay, it oftlcvri chairman, vice president, bjkI secretaries. Tha Krauch carrying, m usual, their reipect for popular rlgbti to an extreme, place the nomination of tha of a intiti ijr entirely In tho power of li that tht tha nudiencd. Tbe uf tUne olllcur baa been greatly i exaggerate I, and a nofy band of boys and young men will often "capture" a meetiug, give tbe lloor to their frienls, while those who have organised tha gathering and who hava paid for tha hall will not be able to open their mouths. Thli aims evil tendency, tbl habit of handing orer author Ity to an Irresponsible and Impa sloned bxlr of citizen brought together b hapbaxarJ, haa penetrated into tbe French ojeatoral and I. trharw, 1U wenlc. ait and mot dangerou feature. Ttila will be noticed mora than ono In the following nccount. An electoral bureau consists of a president, four vloe presidents and a secretary. Tbe mnyur of tbe town it always president of the bureau, and If there are several In the lartie town, the president nra generally, Iwsi.les tbe mayor, municipal councilor. The vice presidents aru nltc elect! from the municipal council Hut If, at 8 o'clock approaches and tbe voting It to lo;b, the ex ofllcio metubira of tho bual bar-roon- i, half-dcsiclt-laeofll-ce- nueiic liup-irUii- do-fe- reau do not present themselves anl thli It fre)U'mtly tbe caw tba two oldeit and tba two youngest voter who happen to be in tbe room take tholr placrs at the table. lll.l'EIVINH THE IIALLOTS table sit two other vies president, each with n hi; register before him. Tht-- ) convoters at prepared nt tho tain tbe mayor's "lllro. The fir t column of the linrut imgo is a mrins of number, tbe next on-Istsfamily nanus, followol by another column or Christian namoi, another giving the profet Ions of tho rotor., and tbo last their residence, A voter stops up, takes oil lilt hat, hands bis electoral card totbo prel-don- t, who readi In aloud vslei tho mini ber and nam of the vntor, anl pio tbe card t the rice president on bl right Tbo latter tears olT n corner of It an 1 gives back tho mutilated card to tbe otor. It can not now bo prento 1 again on that day, but If thoro bo a second ballot what this meant will be toll further on which occurs two weeks lator, this same card may bo used again. Tbe comers torn from the cards are transfixed on a wire stick and nre conntod at tbe end of tbo voting, in order to lw sure that tha number of the ballots In tbe box tallies with tbo number of voters. When the president proclaims tbo numbor and name of the voter, as given on the electoral crd, the keepers of tbe registry turn to tbe right plao, ropnat tbe number and uams. and it is not until then thnt tba president takes tbe ballot from tbe voter and dropi it in tba box. There is no challenging at the polls, a cuitom whoso afllCAcy I very much doubt In the French syitom the most lulnuts care is taken with tbe drawing up of tbo pjll list, and all challenging occurs and every fraud It discovered, not in the confut'en and excitement of election day, butdurlng tbe tbroo previous months. Hera, I think, wo would do well to adopt tbo French plan. In France you never ee ambltliui young men, asplr-lu- g jwliUciaiit, who wish to cut a tlguro at the polls and thin bring tbeimelvos Into prominence, compelling, often, good citizens to "swear in their votes and seldom keeping out of the box tba ballots of bad citlxiut In France all this wrangling and disputing is carrioi on in another place and at anotbev time, to tbe great benefit of all parties. COUNTING TUB VOTES". Tbe bureau is now funned, tbe judge of election, as we rail tbem, nro now ready to a big receive Uie Uitloti. Tba ballot-box- , strong plu cbett, is opnno.l anl shown to tho) who nre pressnu It is then hckud with two (widlocks, the mayor retaining one key and the oldest vice president tha other, and pin cod in tin mildla of the table, the pnl Jon t tandlng behind it with a rice president on his right At either end of the At 0 o clock the voting ceases and tbe canvassing begins. And bare again the irrepressible ritlcjn plays a too preponderant part Tbe president of tbe bureau invitai n certain number of tbo voters wbo happen to be In the room at tbe moment of the closing of tbo polls to count tbe votot, this important duty being ouUide of tho powors ot the judge of election. 'our men place themn selves at n table, ot which thore are a or inori. Tba president anl vlco tbe'.r keys, open, the box, president and begin to tell off tbe balloU, but not tbe half-dozs- of electoral cards number of and tbe number of checked names on tbe two registers. Tbe balloU, having been counted, are placed in paper bags, such as are usod in grocery shorn, and those bag are dittrib. uted among the table'. In tho msaiiwhllo every table is surrounded by a crowd of who have flocked In to watch over tbe operation. Tbe whole aspect of the room hat now changed. From 8 In tho morning until 0 nt night, during tho voting, all had bson nulet and orderly; but now everybody (stalking, smoking, pushing, and crowding. What a golden opportunity for fraud I Tho law declares tbat tbe canvassing shall tako placo "under tbe supervision of tho bureau." Hut wbat supervision can tbo (six mtmlnn of tho bureau have ovor a room jinmiol full of noisy men! This way of counting ballots I consider one of tbo worst featurei of tbe French system. Tho only chock on nny evil doslgns of the canvassers is tbe body of citipresence of an zens around tbe tables. It is unnecessary lor me to dwell on the dangers nttending kucb a procow; you will romllly soo them all. torn-corneclt-izjg of the citizens at tbe round tables. Tba nurabor of ballots should correspond to tbo names of the candidates This Is the part Joined tho madd'nlng uastIotyu whirln, All Kinds of'. 3 fen" witV All id'nds of To lead In the ton and tho dancsti Clans, ronplnr and Hanging Ob, where are tho girls I wny Shobttntt Ducksrpui Or havo they grown horsey anl fast,-WitIt IUInd, or bheller. manners a bold ns tholr glancec, Those girls who woro "shakers" tlio Inst Time we bunted together for pantleal , How tholr eyos uted to plorce us liko "ricus" In American Flehl.l Inncos, Spanning tha Hush and Ounpuwdor rivers Looking out from a tangle of curls. two celebrated tributaries of tho ChesaWith smiles Of tuch generou expanses; peake a few miles from their mouths.' are girls? Oil, where nro tbe tho trestlo bridges ot tbe 1'eunsylVanla railroad, across which the ducks are constantly Tba grubs havo tbelr chrysalis cast Tkoy are making tha moit of tholr passing In their flights up and down these rivers; and for years shooting from tbene chance; With the bellesof tbe season they're classed, bridges baa boon a tmpular sport Dally Tholr dress all thi fashion in Franco Is. during tbo sooson they aro ltnod with gunWhen we meet now their look all ask- ners, the constant rattle of their guns reIs ance sembling the skirmish Ore of an opening As they coldly sweep by in tho swirls battle. One toot there all extremes on a Where society capora and pranoes; d man common loveL Here the girls! Oh, where aro the with a ponderous six or seven gauge muzzle-loade- r, bftslde tho eager strlplln; who shoots THE COWARD WHO PRAYED. partridge gun. Over a How a Fstderal Itecrult Who Was Afraid yonder the Mule" amateur with hit expensive bammerloss Greonor; next to him a to right Heeoveretl Ills Courage. country lad with a I'.'S (Inter Ocean "Curbstone CSrayons." gun. Here tbo greenhorn who bat, per"Among the visitors to tho city," said an haps, never soen a wild duck In its native y "I taw a man who when state, excitedly firing at tbem as they ba entered tbe army looked upon himself as pass overheal far beyond tbe range ot anytimid to the point of coward (oo. He came thing but a Cruel moro rlfls; then the vetto the regiment about the time of the At- eran wbo nevar loses his bead. And so on, lanta campaign as a new recruit, and Just all kinds of men. all kinds of guns, popping before the first enjagemtnt after his arriand banging, with now val he cams to ma anl said, 'Cap- or dead duck falling Intoand then a crippled the water t comtain, for heaven's sake, put me some plete the picture. 1 place where I won't have to fight EHOUTINO FUOSf A I1LINI). am a coward and I can't go into battle. Shooting ducks from a blind or shelter If I attempt It I will disgrace myself.' Tue man In appearance was the most miserable hat always ben a favorlto method; though picture ot abjsct cowardlci I bal ever sien, in place of the primitive shelter which tbe and I looks 1 about to find an excuse for havi- shooter built for himself, we now see tome very elaborate structures. O.io very notng btm behind. "The boys were shedding tbelr knapsaoks able blind was built at Hax's Shore, on the preparatory to making a chargj, anil I put Gunpowder rlvor, two soasont ago. Lirge 1 the new recruit, with lomo othor' tbat I did piles placo by machine one foot apart, the sides, run uhlch out not feel sure of, on duty to guard the knap- form yards, a in torminatlu; sacks. Tbo Cgi. came on and raged for forty box. Hotweon these piles hours. A many bullets struck the point comfortablo whore those knapeackt were piled at they oystorhells weredumpe.d, making a llrm an which. In did the line where the regiment was formed. bod for tho passage-waAll through tbe furious fighting tho new ttme, will bnoome part ot the bank lUelf recruit, ns I afterward learned, was on his from the tidal deposit. Slanting boards kneos praying loudly and earnestly for the along ths sldos receive tho grasias used for safety of tho regiment Tbo men with him dlsgulso, and tbe laths nailed over it keep It In plac, giving at first regarded this performance with appearance. TheIt a tomowhat trlanzular whola thing Is just out of contempt, but as the fury ot tbe fight and tha man's words took on in tbo reach of an exceptionally high tide. Generally, though, the piles are smaller creased earnestness they becamo n little superstitious, and when at lait tbe roglment and driven In by a maul; crou pieces are went forward with a cheer and tbo roan on nailed to every pair of posts, which receive) hit kneos burst out In hallelujahs cf rejoic- tbe boards forming tho footway; the box It roughly mado out ot undressed stuff, and ing they felt a respect for him. "However the men of the regiment may tha whole thing is thoroughly ''busbod" Built In the have regarded tba praying performance, it with eTergreen or grass. Is certain tbat they made no Jokes about It. summer, by fall the "bushing" has faded The fight bad boon too serious and tho loses Into a dingy red, harmonizing very well too boavy for any ridicule of a man who with tbe general appearance of tbe shore This Is all bad prayed for them. The next day, at from whicb tbe blind extends. New Hope Church, when the reglmont that Is nerewary, and so long as neutral came suddenly under heavy fire moit ot tbo tints prevail tbe ducks will readily deaoy. Becoming a member of a ducking club, men dropped to io ground or took to cover. Among the few men who itol up and tired tlio sportsman winds or takes his outfit, conwas the man who had told me the day be- sisting of rubber boots and coat, heavy fore that he wts a natural cowurl and oould underclothing, old clothes, et cetera, down not go into a fight When I ordered him to the houso of tbe owner ot the shore, down be turned to me with an exalted look where It Is Installed with those ot tbe other on his fncj ti say, 'I have stxxl in the face members. In a room net apart for the um of death. I do not fear anything. Aftor of tho club. It Is yet early In tbo season, tbe exporienco of yosterday I can never be but be has gone down to tbe shore on an afternoon train prepared to stay over night a coward again,' and bo never was.' and shoot the next day, providing tbat wind and weather B3om favorable. Finding duckt IlnclUh IVn Driven of tlio Uajr. in tbe river and promises of favorable Il'laml's London Iettr Speaking of literature, tbo reader may winds, ho determines to stay, anl giving usually attached to tbe havo observod the utter disaparanco of the late years from all Hnglish writers ot any- club, orders to have tbe decoys put out lie thing like characterise style. Among tho fore daylight, and lusoctInghis equipments of the day thero Is not ono win to sso that they nm all In order, ho retires cnti bo distinguished from his fallows, save early to dream of hlstnticipatel sport IN TIIK KAItl.V MORM.vn. bj-subject It Is bal form horc Next mornlnx he eats broakfnst by candle to be "cockney' that fs, to as nny kind of provincial pecullaritio, bo thoj light, and ju-- t as the day god lights up the KnglUh or Amuricvi, after tbo mnnnor eastern horizin, he steps Into tbo box of his of Ilrot Harto, Artonuis Ward, or Mark blln I. Ovorheil tho wings of hurrying Secondly, uno sh mid never mis ducks nre making the nlr resound with their Twain. sHll svnnli ti indicate tbo pronuiilr'ation ot peculiar whirring, whllo ovor nnd nnon n grnmmer of foreigner, ns Hhnfcasponra bod rick of ducks riilng from the river roar n tho bad tasto to do. Thirdly, It is very bail hnss to this nymphouy of nature. A thin form ludejd to bo paradoxicil, old, tialnt mist drnpjs the atmosphere, biding the rlvor nve just before him, whoro tho qmer, or grotesque, slnco alltbls isal nro 'bobbing up serenely'' under tbo and nvors f tbo literary mountebank. What remtins to tbe humorous or influence of a gontle breezo. Presently the rising sun dbnolvcs the misty curtain, gonial writer Is to bo "dry" and "incisive'' nothing more. One of the cleverest scholar and down tho river ho dowries an approachin Hngland is at present publishing n serio ing line of black dots, rosombllng n string of letters in which ho Is unquestlonibly a of black beads As thoy come nearer, thoy and resolve themolvoi Into hljlily "polished4 as a loot with a 2,Vcom grow in shluo, and dry as bran on a stovo. but than definite shape, tho shooter recognizing them s (Anas ferina), hoad in the whole as a bunch of Is not a ,'n9 or Paragraph Crouching low which, If detached, wou11 " who wrot lu ing straight for bis docoys. behind his umbragonus screen, wishing for a pivot In his cervical vertebrre, or eyes all Ireland's Olden Fame. around his head, presently they crosa the New York fun.) hunter's field of vision, and he sees them An olTort is bring mide to restore to Iregracefully sailing in over the decoys and land its oldeu fa mo as an to country. A poultry farm has boon estab- dropping their feetfor settle. rise, and Now is tbe tims him to just lished In County Mon('i nnd stocked witt tbe time when, if ever, the tbe HouJnn fowl and tho Hiuen duck; nnd shows bis science. If he Is new at the bui-nethe cottagers in the neighborhood havo boon be will pull both triggers almost simencouraged to raise poultry by tba gift of ultaneously, pointing his gun at the wildly sittings of eggs, to whloh U attached tbe flapping ot scared duckt and of the brool is to be disdaining huddle bit condition that exin and hurry returned to tno farm. The experiment has citement to take aim, and doing so far worked admirably, and a poultry nothing but materially accelerate the speed show hat Juat boon hell in which nearly all with which tbo ducks leave the scone. Tbo tho specimen) were hatched upon thli colored man up on the bank meanwhile poultry farm In Meath. will chucklo audibly, and tbe shooter will cram frosh shells Into his gun anl close It A New MierUweeplux Machine. with a vicious map, as he settles down to (Oilcairo Herald.) chance, wondering all the A now utreetiweapln;; machine li about wait for another bo did not kill four or five at tbe to be put in operation by the authorities ot time why Manchester, England. It not only swoop, very least An old hand, however, although "tag" up thrills of but gathers up the sweepings and removes and down excitement are playing his spinal column, will coolly With tbo new machine two mon single them. out first ono duck and then another, and two horses will bo nblo to do tho work bis flro with a moral certainty which now devolves upon seven or eight and dollver of killing two an 1 perhaps more which may men and two horsat. Thj busiest thoroughcross the line of flro. Tbo doad ducks aro fare of a great city my bo cleanel at al by tbe attendant, or by a Cbosa-peak- s moit any time of drty, as tho wbolo machine retrieved dog, and tbe shooter Is ready for Bay is complete In ittolf, and luterfores no more another cbanoe; which, during days when with tho trafllo than tbe passing of uuj everything is favorable, oomes often. large vehicle. other Celling Used to It. first I'alnt for Ironwork. Texas Sittings.) Ih11o'h. IFrank A ric'i man lived nefcr a tannar, and not Experiments conducted by tho Dutch being able to bear tbl unpleasant smell ot state railroad on the bihnvior ot different tbe tanyard, be prood his neighbor to quit paints for ironwork, have fchown that rod the business or move away. Tbe tanner put lead best resists tbe action of the atmos- off hisdeparture, saying that be would move phere. It was discoTerod, too, that tbe coat soon. But as be still continued to stay, as holds bettor on iron plates cleaned by pick time went on, the rich man became nccus-tome- d Hug than when tbo plates have bean scrapol to tbe smell, and feeling no manner or brushed. Tbe trial sheets were pickled of inconvenience, made no further comwith bydrocblorio acid, wished with warm plaint dried, and oiled whllo still warm. water, This fable explains why the rich meu and in so many cities of tbe heavy Ttie Annual "List of Mounds." United States make no euruest effort to reKxchaogo. They, tbe Tbo liondon Field's annual "List ot move corrupt administrations. have become accustomed to tbe Of stag bounds, 14 Hounds" embraces: is packs; of fox bounds, OS (10 in Ireland); ol bad smell, and although they know there they make barrier', 1!I3; of beagles, 17. No opposition "something rotten In Denmark," or hostility whatever to hunting has thus no further complaint far been manifested in li eland this season. The Two lletacas. (Exchange.) A Church In Sixteen Day. Gen. O. O. Howard has an article in Tbe A church ut Terra Haute, Intl., bat United Service on Sherman's vharp little been built in just sixteen days from tbe fight with Johnston at Rosaca. This Rosaca, time the comer stone was laid. It Is "vary curiously enough, was named after Resaca beautiful, finished in native wools, with do la Palraa, and many men wbo had windows of sapphire and ruby glass." fought shouldor to shoulder at tho Mexican in the thick Tho Great Eittern It to be moorod ut Gib- Rosaca slashed each other woods tbat enoompass the Georgia village. raltar as n coal hulk. h gray-balrosingle-bnrrelpot-moty, 1 cap-taudude-ci' i. duck-shooter one-halt tax-pay- MJiX'IlIXn A KPEflliTTV " ! GOODS Late of Bererly, V. Vs.. has reraored to Ml. Ver-. a non Still nfTprn hli Arrlr-n- i In IIia .mI.1Ia tnJ assorted Hoe cf Druts always on hind. No tbsrge for wrltlDg prcsciiptlots when filled hy ine. Office In court-bous- e yara. aire me a part nf yeur patronsge. w-u- IIl. Notice 'X Xj. XA.NI33IjH, M. C. & D. N.WILLIAMS i T. I.. JtANIJlt.N, X, It. NJGWCOMB MOTEI, MT. VEBNON, KY. well-knoHotel Is stilt floe reputation. Chsrges reasonable. Special attention to the trarellnc public. mSB J. and Iota of nice, cheap Toys for ch SSt! I . W. n iL 7 Mt. ' r t"8 VeZT This old and before purchoemg elsewhere. M. C. & D. N. Willuxb, M. ni P. SEM'VOUn, Pro'r, Ml. Vernon, Ky. O. W. PING. THE CHEAP GROCER," MT.VJSBNON, KY. oahand. Try blu. Large and One assortment of Groceries always (8S-2- I) E. RYAN & CO. HUSTOWVIMsE, KY., -- DEALERS IN T. J. ROBINSON, Hustonvillo, Ky., e get ps constantly on hand a tod select line of Groceries, Hardware, Uteres. Tinware. Wagon sod Buggy Material. Salt, Lime aod Cement. eptclai attention cilled to bis line of Deco. rated Cblnaware. School Booki always on band. T. J. KOBINbON, HuMonTlllo. Dry Goods, Clotting, Boots, uues, Jixaxs, uaps. A large stock always on hand. After January 1st we will quit the credit business and will save you money by paying cash for goods. Thanking vou for past favors, we ask a portion of your patronage in the future Take Notice. Alt parties basing Watcbts, Clocks. Ac, left 1. 18SG, or the articles will be sold for repairs. Tit OH. JtlVJtABDS. for repairs must call for same by January 1 J. W. WALLACE, JEWELRY, SHUEHWUE, VISES, TOILET SETS, ABTI BLACKSMITH Stanford, Ky. Tnsuklngwy ! put, 1 83 2t customers for their patronsgs la the ask the same Io tbe future. J. W. WALLACE. A Great Variety of Toys, Confeotions, Albums, Christmas Cards, teo., all kinds of Holiday Goods Cheap, at and W. H. BRADY Has onbsnd a Nice lot of Will ies, hare Especial Fruits and ConfectionerNati, &c. Attractions for Chrlstnits. G. F. PEACOCK'S, BLy. i -- Hustonville, JOHN B. MERSHON, The Blacksmith, STANFORD, KY. Special Attention Given to Ilorse-Slioclnff. i,i F. HAS MOVED HIS- - All Kinds of 81-- 2 1 Wagon and Buggy Work Dono. BLestaLixrant and Haikery THE ST. ASAPH HOTEL, STANFORD,- - - - KY., . To the Yellow House, opposite Col.Wo'cVa, and will ktep all kinds of Bresd, Cakes and Pie3 on hand. Will keep Hoarders and Lodgers. Men's at nil Oysters terved in ony way at 25 cenU per dczeu. Ho hours for 2r cents. also keeps the Compressed Yeast, the best in use. Fish and Oysiers and all Call aud see and you will kinds of Fancy (.Troceries, Fruits and Vegetables. be treated right. Respectfully, J. T. HARRIS. Will berrafler bo known as tbe Portmaii House. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT Thomas G. Mo.re aid Laura Moore. On Petition. Notice It hereby Risen to all whom It may concern tbat Thos. Q. Moore and Laun Mcore hare filed tbslr Joint petition In this court, io be heard at tbe ipeciallerm tbtreol, to be hold en on the 6th day of aanuarr, 1SSS praying tbe court to cm toner Laura Moore, the wlife of Thomas Q. Moore, to use, enjoy, se'l and conrey for hrr own renefltany property tbe may own or acquire, free fiom tbe claim and debts of ber busband, aod to tnskecontracts.stieand be sued ss a single woman and to trade In her own name and dlspo a of her on petty ly will or deed. Ordered tbat tbts notice be published In tbe y JousnaL, a newspiper published avStantoid, In Lincoln county, Ky at lew i tendaya before the sitting ot toils court at )t8pecla term of January 8 th, 1886 OlTcn under my hand at clrk ! tbe Lincoln Circuit Court this ISth day ol DecemWr. 1885. 3VC- - McKinney, Ky. W .A-PL- E With thanks to friends and the public generally for pa?t liberal patronage, I beg to anuouueo that I am better prepared than ever to sertre them with overything usually kept in a General Supply Store. one, also Agent for Lebanon, Frankfort and Danville Roller Mills Flour, and can supply any quantity at any time at bottom prices. My I am Agent for Oliver's Chilled Plows aud repairs and Studebaker Wag 8Vt Clerk Lincoln Circuit J. P. BAILEY, court. JUST ISSUED. From Letters And they Golden Latitudes. Are to be Sold Regardless of Cost. A large, finely Illustrated Pamplilet, As my time for invoicing will be February 1st, at whicb time there will bo desoriptive of the Northwest. Statistics a change of firm, and being heavily stocked, especially with woolen goods, compiled from official sources. Sent Free am determined that they shall go. Again thanking you, I am, respectfully, 0. H. WAEEEN, on application to HI. P. A , St. Paul, Minn. 0. 8l-(- Christmas Goods are riving Daily, Ar- t F. WARE, McKinney, Ky. Stockholders Meeting. A meeting of the stockholders of the National Bank of HuttouTllle will l held at their banking heme iu HustoaTllleon the Jd Tuesday In January, 1ISG, lor the purpose of electing nine Directors to serso tbe ensuic? yrar. J. W. HOCKEB, Cashier. tMd B. Wall K WEAREN, - AND A Stockholder A Meeting. rf the stcckholders of tbe First will lie held at tbelr hanking house 2d Tuesday li Htsuford un theelecting eleseuIn Jsnusry, 1E86, Directors toscrro fir the pmpoe or meeting th..lnJc6lIK Dealer in Furniture ! Paper, Mouldings, Pictures and Picture Frames. Large Stock anil a Fine Assortment always on hands. -trlu J McB0BEaT3.C,.ber. 'Oflc ttu'.h is clear, whatever I'ope. i, is rich. " Ilootb. ' irtr.n ) OVEIl FIVE THOUSAND pltcca of Wall PapM0ba optnsil January 1st, tiabroclEi orer Fifty meetlcg of the slockho'ders f the Fanners different dtslgus and patterns from tho cbeapwt to the flnesl Velvets, Satins, Msn'sf Ollt, Ac NtltooAl Bonk will be held at their banking house for tbe wall or put on tbe wall. I bate bvujlit thtm tosll and you bcod not iookfur-tbe- r In e'tsufurd on the 2d Tuesday In Jsnuary, 1&S8, xaeJandieaJy ' tor tower rilrcs. thctrVultisyMr. J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier. A Stockholder Meeting. w u j, a aaaaatsi T' K - IIM - w" " FOR COUGHS MriU OrrosiTK Couti-lIoosK OrtO-.j- MAKING LOVE. Mary Riddle Corley In Boston Transcript! Ono nestled close at the dainty waist. One kissed the braids ot tho sunny hair, And hid in the lace ot the slender throat Was a blush rose fair. BRAZIL'S PROBLEM. THE TROUBLE SHE IS LIKELY HAVE WITH HER FREEDMEN. TO THE WINDING OF THE SKEIN. (The Week. Mnsoiilioimor's Restaurant DANVILLE, --- TAYXsOR'a Ull INGERSOLL'S SPEECH. BLAINE AT THE CIN' OMINATING CINNATI CONVENTION IN 1876. A . Brother' Solicitude and Auxlety A Vulture FearedThe Fatuous Speech Hastily Scribbled at Night After Long rrocrattlnatlon. limply a Up to 1ST0 Ingeraoll h4 jwisoonbly tuccetsCul Uwyer of Peoria, 111. Bo wat ona of the Republican delegates to tbe Cincinnati contention ot 1873, and a strong Blaine man. He arrived In Cincinnati with soreral other Illinois delegates sororal days before the conrentlon assembled. The city was full of people, and they wero having a high old time. The Blaine men bad meeting! erery day, and did srerytbine in their power to 'boom" their candidate It was flnaUydocldoi to have thol nominating speech made by some Illinois'? man, and the IllinoU delegation settled upon IngarsolL 'There was present In the city Bob's favorite brother, who died a few years later, and at whoso grave the groat atheist delivered lie immehis world.renowned oratioa diately told bis brother ot his selentloti, and that he haJ promised to dolivir the speech. Tbo brother, who was somewhat nervous, tried to persuade him not to try it. "You are not famous enough," ha are Retting along and mak ing a fair reputation, but this is toolfc. v thing for you. I fear you will male a dead " failure ot it." But Bob had promised and would not lack out. "Well, it you are determined to do this, you must do your best. You muit make a success. To do this you must get at it Dn't wait a minute. Oo into that room and lock the door, and begin the speech." besides, I (Cor. CtereUnd Leader. I ba parch the moonbeams played uwra un, un vna leaves van wren The rmall birds stirred in a slumber soft confessed. At a love And where are the roses, fair and aweotf Ahl one is withered and ona is dead; For the soft blush rose at the tandor throat Is a blush Instead. The eyes are bright as they meet the light And the quivering Up are covered red, The heart beats fast to the music sweet Of the words ha Mid. And under the stars tho happy roe Thrills at the touch ot a lover's kiss, And droops content, as a token fair Ot a lover's bliss. Out In tho Xlie Unvironmeat of the Emancipated Slave In Braall Very Tafavorable to Ills Intellectual and Industrial Advancement lIUo Janeiro Oor. LIVING OFF INTELLECTUAL ROBBERY. Americans are Freebooters Upon the High Seas of Art and Science. We are now a people ot, 60,000,000, flattering ourselves that we are marching at the bead ot civilization, and we fasten to words liboar banners the erty and progress. It is true we need Sheffield no longer, and the English splndlo we can spare. Our cereals and our meats dis turb tho sleep ot msmarcic ana European statesmen; our machinery revolutionize the continental cltlzan, who only by an earthquake can bo made to move, and our Yankee enterprise has become already proverbial all over the world, and will soon find a place In tha legondary nuriery stories iiearBvuro. uuu uo. 01 an inseraauoHBi have we done for the1' higher culture of American mind and soull Verily, precious little. Here the proud American prefers tha role of a continual borrower, with no Intention ot paying back; nay, we live eft intellectual robbery; we are freebooters upon tha high sea ot art and science, and appropriate to ourselves, without the slightest scruple, the spiritual treasures ot the g J. L. Leucht In Ttmes-Democra- Inter Ocean. The great problem for Braxll to solve In the future is that ot labor. With the gradual emancipation ot the slave the labor system of tha country is becoming disorganised and demoralised. It has been demonstrated beyond a doubt even In the minds of the moat radical abolitionist that tba jmanclpitel negroes are neither disposed nor competent to take care ot themselves. They are different in this respect from the treedmen ot the United States because their Ignorance Is muoh greater. Tbelr dependence is much more absolute, 'and they have never received the kind treatment and instruction that was enjoyed by to many ot the slaves in the UnltedSUtes. From one en 1 of Brazil to the other there Is scarcely a nsgro slave or - one who hat ever been enslaved that can read and write. Their Ignorance is to dense that they scarcely know anything of the world outside of the cabin in which they live; and tba policy ot the slaveholders, aided by the priests, has been to koep them in this conpossible. At long at they dition at far have attended mass and said so many prayers A day the priettthave boeu satisfied with tholr eonlltlon, and their owners and masters have never thought of anything but to get as much work out of them as was consistent with tbelr ttrengta. I hell the skein tor her ona night, Whan tba shadowy glint of the firelight Danced fitfully oa the opposite wall folly and L and that was all. Were there to tea the ghostly ball; aud oat, Tooft aad scuttle, hearth-dog- s Venus da Mllo and Mandarin fat. Table and lamp, and chairs where wa tat, In rhythmlo measure went round and round, In rhythmlo measure with never a sound, While Polly's arms, as she wound and wounl, Looked like a fiddler drawing bit bow Across his Addle to and fro; Tba strings were those ot the skein, you know; I held the skein. KENTUCKY. Httuttteatrredtt til hours. Ottse abrayt ess i Jr h.nd tnd In Its eetioo. oysters fresh liar delleMltt served In tl ''Wcodblnt BesUu-rannotice. Look out for the sltn tnd call when you are hungry. " t" OPERA HOUSE W. P. WALTOW, - - Proprietor 8Istof8tM,0x50. Eljht eowolslt sett of Been. ry. Seatiaf capacity, Including fallryt tjood attrtctloBS. rates to BTAMKORD, KT. I bald tha skein. I'd known her long, Aad my heart bad learned the tame old song That heart have sung since hearts were nxado, Trilled In tho sunlight or throbbed in tha GRAND HOLIDAY RAFFLE. hade. But my lip ware mute, for I was afraid To speak my thoughts. So I held my peace Ana borrowed hope, and took new leato Of a friendship I hated yet dreaded might cease. u For Polly was oddish and queer in her ways, Htr yeae were nayt and hsr nays were yeas, And it often took me days and dayt To And out It the was vexed or pleased, Or If I'd been wounded or only teased; Bat her ladyship was this night appeased; I held tha skein. I held tha skein, the last taw strands, And at they escaped, my outstretched hands AVore stretched out further and further still (You tee tha yarn might have dropped), until Somehow-w- all, Polly wasn't ill, Only a little bit tired, tha laid. And, perhaps, a suspicion of ache in tbe bead I hue In charts a splendid musical Instrument, r. the "Csletteoa,' so autooutlc taitruuent, that TVETJXal.-ElIlSTKa int ", " ,m produces toy number of tunes without in Intin. M " a Rnikn I structor, This floe musical wondsr will be raffled ,MI tlM loMU 14IM at my shop loon si W chances at 80 cent! eacb IH. kWa lllaiUHXtk r!Url rrlulL Ul pnlidll - ! swaUs !.Is are taken. The Cetesteon Is wotth ISocua. Ttu. iu . iu 1 jri v kMplx Mais. Wl wno desire to Use a cbsuco should call on me at Ml vllk M 111 , ! MlMlrtt U U aaiwu lut f Ui .11 one. You mlnt obtain It for only M cents. miiio cm, O, BKADTt F, tt t tS M lUuU, Mrtii iii aM Wkrlal ,MU mivIi jnf rylM frMl. rrlM, . 1. WALTIK A. TATLOIt, AtltaU, Oa. I'm na, Mniiiir RrcaLKisaav coidui. tMuik. D;Mwrj ul CUUm TmUUi. uUt t'trtiiiiit. fwi.t Hintlntf . .t- - . 11 .,. ..11 i..aI, nt Both for sals by Dr. M. L. 110UBNE, BUnfcrd. one 60 M3 Fork Und, ons containing the utter and the third 1IO w th comtoriauie improicujrni., Also ISO Acrraot No. and In separate tracts. All 1 Knob Land on Mason's Oap, near bUnroid. one and lately ofthli land hu been can esurTf redcslllneany tue. on plat by t within to purchase Will sell low for cuh or on tny reasonable time, with Invest .toper cent: -. ..an av.iiT rvv 6ET tl.l nv4 ' C0-- FOBSALE1 rio mr ci, CcSVarUM lil.l ttf lut, iH; rf Acre, Acre, LOGS WANTED. I will pay the highest world. Is JlOa, hare promtsod to go with the boys . "aud, And ;away he went. ' f . DELAY IN GETEINO READY. and, although his brother spoke about the speech several time, Robert did not touch It. Aud so the time passed till the night before tbo convenThe brother, meanwhile bod got tion. aoarly frantic. Robert came in late that night, and, In answer to his brother's solicitation, said: Ob, bother; let's get a good night's The next day passed, And so they retired. Iogersoll says ha sever slept so soundly in his lite as he did that night. Finally he woke up suddenly, and felt perfectly refreshed. He got up hastily and looked at hit watch. It was 3 o'clock a. m. He wont to the adjoining room very quietly and closed the door, so as not to disturb bis brother, He turned the light down, and, closing his eyes, imagined hall, and his tbo great convention Then before him. be beaudience gin to think ot Blaine. Finally ho began to say his speech over to him self. When he had finished ha took pen and paper and wrote it out carefully as he bad said it. He laid it away in the drawer to the bureau, and went back quietly to bed. It was now past 0 o'clock in the morning. Ho very soon was fait asleep again, and did aot wake up till past 8, when his brother was standing over him, vigorously shaking sleep." deal ot money, and are safo to spsnd it and the average American argues in the follow-lo- g manner: If I desire to adorn my walls I go to Paris and buy what I want It I wish to have music, I hire some Italian, a Frenchman, and in case ot emergency, a DutchI pay, and that is all man will do. which Is required. Art is as yet a matter of fashion throughout tha land, and is looked upon as a kind ot a luxury which to Inonly the uppor 10,000 have dulge in. It has struck root in tho soul ot our people, and, therefore, wa are slow at production in one word, the ideal has found as yet no place In the nations'! curriculum. It Is a itnown fact that year by yoar the great manufacturers send tbelr "artist" to Europe foe the purpose of stealing doslgns wherever they can find them, and beyond a doubtmany an American traveler has met these "sly designers," garing, with tho real Yankee stare, at everything that is worthy of attention. In Paris, London, Berlin, Vienna, Munich they are known, and people guard themselves as against an Invading for it is well known that the Amerie"nemy can s:eals "the Ideal" backs it up with his unexcelled practical execution, and beats the lion in it own den. Fate of a Speculator. It sounds a littlo harsh, but it is trua there something ot the shoddy in us whon it comes to matters 0! art. Wo have a great . tChlcasro Tribune. talking A couple ot business men we him. board of trade building in "Rob, got up, get upl It' 8:3. and the In front of the poorly-dresse- d man came when a convention assembles at 1U:S0, I thought this city them, drew him aside, and you were going to get up early and get your up to one of of 10 cents. There was nothloan speech ready. It will be a dead failure, and begged a in this circumstance Blaine trill not ing remarkable we shall all be di'graced. poorly-dresse- d men who want to borrow 10 is too bad, too bad." V nominated. It in tho vicinity ot tba Bob slowly waked up, and rubbing his cents are numerous board ot trade but there was something yes, urged that it would be belt first to get man's history. Not in their breakfast But the brother Insisted remarkable ago the was one of the heavy be that ho should not leave the room until he many years 'change; ha was said to literBy operators on (Ot down to business on the speech. oat crop, making dealings this time Bob bad donned bis pantaloons ally control the in this grain his hobby, and was counted and remarked: ot speculators. He "Well you be the audience aud sit over one of the shrewdest owned a fine mansion and fast hortes. there, and I will see what I can do." All at once he lost bis grip. Ha had doA WOUD FOR WORD REHEARSAL. mestic troubles; ha fell and broke his leg; He then started in and delivered the fabis speculations proved unprofitable, and mous speech, word for word, as it was i(iveu ha went to the walL He did not coma up that day in the convention, beginning: again. Ha tries only in tha old ruts and "Massachusetts is proud of Benjimin IL in them he can not win. This is tbo fault, so am I," etc. Srietow; apparently, ot the lite ot the speculator. He went on eaiily and rapilly until he When bo can operate no longer he Ie helplreached tboTulIomng: ess. He can not make money as men who ""This is a grand'year a year filial with never gamble make This is what it the recoloctlom ot the revolution; filled with costs to engage in a business In wbhh Troud and tender memories of Ue past; money U won and lost easily. It seemingly with the sacred legends oMibertyv a year in unfits a man for the struggle in other fields. which the sous ot freedom drink from The man who wanted n dime was but ono the fountains of enthusiasm; a year In of a sad company of 100 or so here. They which the people call for a man who has are walking warnings. preserved in congress what our soldiers won upon the field." Brandy Now Mado In France. ' Btlt the real climax of the speech was the iSt. Jamei'is Gazette. following: It appears from n report juit furnished to "Like an armel warrior, like a plumed the Academy or bciens by ai. uirarJ, tuo knight, Jumei G.n Blaine mircbei down the chiefs of ths Paris municipal Laboratory hall of "jbo American congress and threw that tbo production f genuine brandy has lis shining lance full and fair agalust the almot ceuel in trance. During the Wazm foreheads of the detainers of his decade 10-13tho quantity of alcohol rountry and the mallgners of bis honor." annually distilled lu tho country averaged It Is, perhap', needles to say that the srnw 'Si,00J,0i) gillons, soven-elghtof brother was completely capture 1. When which was obtained from win;. In 1SS3, Bob had finished he rushjd to him, and, though the quintity of p.rits manufacture 1 putting both arms around nim, embraced had more than double 1, not q'llto 500,0 )') Sim in the most entbuilastic way, gallons were the distilled julo of tho grap . "It Is simply sublime," be crlod; "but whon Most of the alcohol now produced Is made ' "id yoifpreparo itf from grain, but a curtain proportion ot It "Ob, I fcratobel ItofT lait uight wbou,you Uobtaluel from tho distillation of elder molas-e- s Go to the drawer .there and and perry; nui even beot-roo- t, were tvloep. you will fin 1 the manuscript. While .1 and potatoes are made to furnish a spirit, dress please read it over arid ue If I de- though of a very Inforlor kind. livered It correctly." M. Girard says that tho grain spirit The great point with IngersoM, my friend would be fairly wholesome if il wero sufficiently rectified; but this is, Itappiarj, never toiitlnuol, is that he is always He never get rattle I. Some of the the case. As for the other forms ot alsohol, nrentest orators in this country have train-blo- l enumerated, they are ono an 1 all charge'd before so great an occasion as tbl. with poison )m elements ot tin most doadly Bob Ingorolt never laid auytuing that gave character acids, others, and osiontial oils aim so much reputation as that hit about and M. Girard attributes the iucreaso ot of the departments the "Jumed knight." dt has been quoted insanity in certain ever ince, both by Blaine's frianls and mainly to the growing consumption of theso harm-les- i eneih'tO1. The convention went wild over It vile substitute! for tbo But it :ould not mako Blaine president French branly of the olden times. it 3) s ' 1 comp-iralfv- n Ingonlout Kind of Loom. Chicago Herald Improvement ?, of Sunday School Hook. Au ingenious klnl of band weaving mahas been invented In Gar-inby means of which silk, wo 1, yarn, rordt, trlH of fabric, eta, can b woven into pieces that may bo applied to various lwful purp ees In thohousoholl. 'Iu 11 111; this machine the warp tbreals ire first arranged parallel either 0:1 the iacks ot two chairs or secured to the knobs ot two door-- . Tuj warp threads ure then pased through the bed He', arranged on a iuitabU from, n'tl. t'u eitl- - of t 19 warp nii-fastens 1 to the tbrendi nre tied toet hack of the cluir upon which tUo person operating the loom ltt. and the other ends it the tbroids are bel I in n sultabl) clamp The hoddie frame or comb is 911 tbo table. julied by moans of the left haul, whereby the threads are separated, mil theu the ihuttlo U pasiol through the wrp throaK die latter nro shlftod, the shuttle passod trough iu tho In vers j direction, and 33 on. chine or loom ir (Philadelphia Times.) Oae of the noveltlos In forming sacletlos for religious elfort is the "Association of Sunday School Librarians." This is to promote the iinprovemint of Sunday school libraries throughout the country, both as to the rendlnz mutter mid tho appointment, One ot Ue pooreit and weakest of all is that branches of religious literature which finds its way Into the Sunday school library books. Tho books nre moitly story books with gjody goody moral nnd wrltton style. Theri nn aome very lu gooly-gool- y -- to bo founded by the mourning millionaire, Qmator Stanford. Tlio Stan fo nl Uulverslty. The namo, "The Leland Stanford, Jr., iBilvenlty" Is to be given to the school about vatuabli bjoks, wrltton by vi o njithor, but these are the excoptton rather than the rule. It would be well If the now association woul I work In favor ot introluclng Into tho Sunday school libraries some of the best works of iecular publishers for there nro many of these which nro pure In matter und style aud sound In moral'. Why the religious publishing houses xbould bav Usued m much weak stuff ns they have to; the chilJren is a puzzlo a yet unsolved. At Niinllcok, I 'a., 20 mltiera were alive. That nestled close under a beard that was l B. I hare a number of red, llulln, XTlno But is auburn now. And she calls me Ited, (Yearlings and wesnlinp) that 1 will sell low and reallv vary HI bred When a negro becomes freo In nlno cases And says it was bold her waist Instead ones stinted to sh any of my line femslrs, seed out of ten he becomes an idler or a thief. To kl's her and and she'll never trust me Usktof Vuinvlew, a superior anlmah or I will Of tbe skein, The provisions of nature are to bountiful exebante for fsl hotfi. Am oTeratocseil.A M again. ;j-lthat be can support himself without work. But the has, for years have flown since then His food Is simply mandloca and fruit, and I held tha skein. both grow profusely with the smWItst possible amount of labor, aud no freo negro "INSTANTANEOUS" PHOTOGRAPHY. rrlll work unless be Is compelled to do ao by kuperlor force. Therefore, the condition ot Catching Portraits on Wfth Avenue the emancipated slaves ot Uratll will be Wherein lit Made a Sad Mistake. very much wore than that in which, the (New York Cor. Chicago Journal. treedmen of the United States were found E. H. BURNSIDE, craze in the V have the photograph at the close of the war. There they have Soma of no ambition; they have no Intelligence; most virulent possible manner. Woll Known they have never been inspired with any the professional painters have caught it ThiB Old Hotol Still Maintains iU Tbey have simply been taught and no longer speak disdainfully ot tha to perform a certain amount ot work every camera as an artistic adjunct A friend ot High day and eat as much food as they could get mine call him Michael Angelo, Jr., conAND ceived the idea that, by going up and hold of. down Fifth avenue with one ot thoso small Iti Proprietor it Determined that There Is, however, a small number of it Shall be riecond to no Country negroes in Brazil from Minas, a territory instantaneous apparatuses, that are ready Hotel in the State in iu Fare, cocked and loaded, be might get likenesses on the west coast ot Africa, who differ from Appointment, or Attenall other blacks. They are of Immense of city types that he could transfer to can-vtion to Comfort of at good generical art Well, be aimed frame, capable ot great ondurance, display an organ-grinde- r, their QaNts. a remarkable degree ot Intelligence, aro bit lens at an a newsboy and several other indi very clannish, speaking a language among Iu one themselvos unintelligible to others, and viduals, with satisfactory results. chestnut-roaste- Bicksm will b oat tf t te tad freest lie U r free of charts. Rrerlal at tern ad at oat practicing religious ritos similar to those of instance be caught an Italian to Commercial Tra?Iirs.Tt Bar will in an attitude of proffering tba protbey have Mobammodanlsm, from whlth alwajt siBeltid with th ekeleest duct of his pan to a customer, and tha pictcerenever been allured by the templing kraadsorMttoriaad Clears. ure lackod nothing except color to be worth monies of the Catholic church. As slaves the Minas are valued at mora hanging In an art show. Theso follows are very brigands for tousll-net- s tban double the price ot ordinary negroes, ot black hair, flerctuoss ot swarthy and as treedmen they are useful, industrious and valued citizens, and will work ot faces, and plcturofquoneis ot tattered vol. their own accord. No other blacks exorcise veteen clothes; and when, with forced grin Can lie Cured. the regular Yankoo thrift In saving their and studied false humility of pose, tbey beg cont-a,- " at Tbeie Is perhaps nodleai to ptelentup earnings and economizing their resources. you to take "One-- a pint for to the or Indlftstlon. and one. too.Uiit Tbey aro ingenious as well as intelligent, you can't help feellu? that if the pavemont time bus baffled tbe tkill oflht moat dls-c.-tt were a Sicilian greensward, and tba housos of the chronic and make excellent mechanics as well as phiilrlins. hare tbelr O'ljln In Dyspepsia. ThetTtnp. These Minas have frequently wero forest trees, it would be a dagger inlaborers. fuellnjo! stead of a tin measure, and 'Your money tomt are loss of appetite, lo of tleab, a onal nail-r- a purcbasod their froedom and returned to or wslght in tbe stomach, ccras Africa, but those that go Invariably coma or your lifer That was what my friend lullncMTomltlng. acidity, flatulence, dull pain In or back to Brazil. Several instances are re- Angelo laid, and be declared that he sblv the he'd, with a seniitlonof heailneas or tlddl-neaIrregularity of lowels. tow spirit, leepleas-nea- s ported in which tbey have chartered vessels ered as be shot off the camera at tho derangeuieatof !Joj,aoJ not sallow for this purpose, and have even brought chap. But wherein he made his mlstako unfnquentlyskin, palpitation of tbe heart. .. you aro iiiuaiiug w lit. .m. Af lh.i. , mtifntiia over friends and kinsmen ot their own acrois was Birry Wall, the king ot the dulee, II iu v. ....v -.-,.-.now famous anew as a bankrupt tbe Atlantic to settle in Brazil after wasting 1000,000. Berry's clothes COLONIZATION SCHEME.. when be dawdled Tha wisest thinkers of the country advo- are not deteriorated; and the artist instantly and cate the organization ot immigration com- down the avenue, a focus on him. Now, it panies for the purpose ot bringing cargoes fearlessly clapped Is a truth not generally known that the of these people from Africa, not as slaves, I have seon him WILL CIJWE YOU. as treedmen, to supply tbe demands for great dandy is an athltte. strlppllngi could but dumb-bell- s that tew country. They are much pref- put up labor in tbe rorsalehy Dr. M L. Bou'ne, Stanford, Kr."S-while swinging Inhandle, and erable to tho Chtnoso or the coolies as labor, dian clubs stand firm wobble an average that would ens, and aro peculiarly adapted to the Braman off his feet zilian climate. "I presume I was foolish to let blm bullBrazil will never be a place for white -, my friend, "but do you JsfBrVZ&T SIS" laborers to thrive in. There are a great doze me," remarked squared right up and said ho many Germans coming into the country, know, when heme to haud over tbe plate forming colonies in the interior, opening up would trouble made, I obliged sugar plantations, planting coffee, gather- that I had instantaneously I was sorry I'd him in that respoct, though ing rubber, and engaging in all sorts of agd when be threw the ricultural employment; but tbe climate Is been so glass on the tidewalk and crunched It under so enervating that after an experience ot two years tbe German colonist will be hit heels." "No, I don't think you erred," I replied, found like bis Portuguese predecessor, sitbetween a ting in the shade of a flg tree and (hiring a "for it was a choice tor youte." negro to do his work. Every whero in hot imished plats and a smashed climates white people become enervated, The Condition of Our Water-Wayand Brazil will scarcely form an exception (Interview with John W, Itookwalter. to other countries iu tbe same latitude. One of the shames ot the United States U In tbo m or 0 southern provinces and on wator-waNature the higher levels whito colonists may suc- tbe condition of Its nothing but climatic differ- has given us remarkable porta and rivers, ceed if there aro ences to oppose them. Tbero has been a aud we ore lettlug them go to pieces, while small number of immigrants from the Europe has kept up ber internal systom of United States to the southern provinces ot navigation and of common roads, aud it is Ii.tUr'a:wn remedy, male from roils gathered Brazil, aud after the war a groat many found all through the British islands, all from tbe forests of Georgia. Tbe method by which from tbe Confederates tloodod in there tor the pur- through France und Germany, aud their It Is maJe was obtained by a a certain portion of pose of establishing plantations and raising ports ure kopt open, notwithstanding they Crock. IuJUtnwho",lnhibtted coffee and sugar, but their succeis has not have not our national advantages. There Georgia, which was communloitel to one ol th rt in tbo United Statos lx;en great .dost of the colonies have been Is but one early tcttleri, and.thit the formula hu been band-- d condition, aud that is Now down to tbe present day. Tbe aboTe cut brokon up and tbe meinbors have scattered In flrst-rutBy tbo jotty system, I am told, or the country. Soma Orloans. method of manufacture twenty yrars ovor different now go up that of tbom ongnge Iu cio 1111 lertaking, f omo In tho Groat Extern cau ago, by Mr. C. T. Swift, otfo of the preeent proprl-louuothor, but many have succumbed to the river. Tho demand Ins licen gradually lixreaiing Ou the otuor band, tbo noblest port, uninfluence of tbe tiimuto mid dil of fever. a JIOO.000 UboiatorT Is now recwary tosup-pl- y questionably, In tbo world, for I have soon until the trade. A foreign demand Ins been crwled A Doc's 3,000. Mllo Trip. thorn all of importance, U New York, und andenlargtdlicllltles wl'IU nwesarT totncft It. ClilcaKO Ilerallj here matters are so poorly attended to that A man who emigrated from Germany last frequently when you have run acrosi the This great May and settled near. Moutor, Ohio, was water iu eight days or less you lowe Vegetable Blood Purifier ot tha wholo time of the voyage iu surprised the o'ther, day ;by Lis dog Fritz, which he left on tho other side In charge of getting up to New York city. If you do bis brother, walking up to him while at not strike the right turuuf the tide you may wurk. How the animal ucceelod iu trav- be detained twelve bourn. We let our com Scrofula, L'czenin, Uleling tho U.UOu or more utiles was a mystery mon roads ruu down In America, and even Cancer, Catarrh, cers, HIicuinutlHiii, Mooil Taint, to the man, who wrote to Castle Uardeu tbe old National rual in some places rfllcials uud a.ked if Fritz entered the la, in ruin, whereas you can ride H.redttaryor otherwise, without the use of Mercountrv-tbroug- b that port Thij reply was over tha whole continent ot Europe by cury or Potash. aud perfoct roads. If we that ho did; that beuuver left ths.wbarf at w llookion 'CouUglous Mood Poison" and "Wood Bromen after his master snlloil, but waltod kept our waterways and canals up we went on should not bo a: tho mercy of the railroad aad tikln Disease" milled free. until another vessel came in and For eale by all druggists. board, hiding until tho vessel bad been somo corporations, nnl thoy at the mjrey of THE SWIFT BPECIKIC CO., days at soa. tholr exaggerated development Tuey are Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa. N. V. 157 23d St. mddlod with debt tor unprofitable branches Tho "Aneiuoi;en." tud oxtonious, and they lay tho burden on j.Vrkausaw Traveler. tbo production of the country, and we have An account of the "anemojono," an ap- lot them take our leading canals and ill! paratus for Imitating the great rmvomenn rt .bom up or rulu them. On the otuor hand, flo. of the earth's atmosphere, has been given to thoy nro Incruaifng the t s eta miVf in sciences. By moans Europe. The French have got well adtbo French academy of of this Instrument, which takes tho form of vanced a canal noross the isthmus of a miniature revolving globe, tbe trade Corinth, which will fcavo two days' steam"3IV0U.W , ascending and deicondiug curronte, wind-ing around the Peloponnosus." nnd other normal atmospheric phonomoua, are reproduced. Tower of a Ulu Word. (New York Herald. aorCKt A I'onUilo Dloctrlc I'orco. "Why isn't he horel' thundered Justico (The Current. T A " r W ?MrlUt). ?r A novel which, It is expoctel, will mako Dully, at tbe Tombs police court, the othor Homing. "I let him go on bis own recognl-tano- s a sensation, is about tobj published in L?n-Ioto bj bore nt 0 o'clock." It deals with tho potsfbility of an oloc-tri- e "--" "Well, that's just tho troublo, your forco in human belngx capable of debig tsiiavrr Tf'' lairir- ' velopment u.il outi'jl. Tuere seems to aonor," explained a ho policeman; "his S'flla ' didn't understand c be no department in human labor in tvlfo is lioro and Bays A" .. SOUTHERN which oloctrlcity may not to employed to that word." BIVOUAC," I "What word V. F, Avory & Sono. Loulsvlllo, Ky. advantage. "Why, recognlzinco; bo thought It meant Mn!;p Monny. . ,.lan tiss Uls la 13 Ilkl pod betinvlor, nnl has boon viry good, (I at lU I c A confectioner in In llniiapoli gives cusfiifo says, but he'.s gouo to Jersey tday." ,i it tnl (' ,t uai.tjtt-i- l wlt'J- tomers the privilege ot eating all tbo candy I t i.lj Ve'riliiU.el n now style of New York n to have they can get away with nt one time in his ..i;.r.:'i m vI tN Cm . (r viuAIM after the Paris jKittern, with seati store for 35 cents each, uud declares that bo U .n tl e u" ll.s. 'al til aaftd AOr ! mUlilo for passengers. make3 mono- - in nluo out of tot? . mi . . 5 tWIesj LP BRAZIL'S FREEDMAS. (Stanford, K.y miorlltorn MYERS HOTEL, and Boputation, price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. & NM K. O. or O. S. R. J. 0TTENHEIMER, R. Orab Orchard, Ky STANFORD. KT. Propr self-respe- -- ffl touitvuti Wtw AtiatTi Cumto w a Stooping Cars. From Br (s- - Through Coaohoa and Pullman at apple-woma- n, Lottlavllle to ChlcHKO, Dyspepsia & Asthma eml-Le- CluclmiHtl (o Chicago, IadlnnnpoltH to Chlcngo THHOUOn TIME TABLE VI LouliTllIt ' Lts. LouliTtlle .. Arr. Lafayette., ............ " Chicago .... ......) .......... .... 1 ITUinl 1 1 30 pm I I so p m S :e pm s 00am 5-- a .lt Via Cincinnati.- - Two-thir- Ji Lts. Cincinnati ... s, . Arr. Chlcsgn......- 830pm Dal!) (ball? tsceptbuoday. " InJlnpolU... 1 17 12 sipmlll la the am 1 tUio 20pm p m Be sure yonr ticket reads -- DR. HOLT'S MONON ROUTE, (L. V. A. A C. R'y) aa It Is the qulcketl. (be Uit ana moss uireci no so vaicago ana oiou In tbt Northwest. Ticket l the Monon ltout on tale at all prin- Dyspeptic Elixir cipal ticket oBca. For rales, mips and lull In formation, ad4reu WM. 8. 1ULDWIN.O, P. A., Chicago. A. J. U'ULILLV, O. ti. A., LoulsTtlle. KEttTUGKY illuo-Ura- GENTRAL I R Iloute., good-nature- Shortest and Quickest Route from Oec tral Kentucky to all PoinU Worth, East, West and Southwest. Fut Line Betwron LEXIXGTON .1: CINCINNATI Mi. lio. U Ex. Hun. KoTT I s. Schedule In Effect Oct. II, Uo. 6, Booth-Bock- Swift's Specific balf-brer- d Ex. Hun. " " Arr. " l.To. Lve, OoTlngton... S Cyntblana.. II 11 rrls-- .. lA'ili)glon... 12 Falmouth ,.., ... . .. 0 5J 02 10 17 SO : 10 a mi 8 10 p ni Dally Arr. Wlnibusier " Klchmond l'rU , , " lncasior " J'.wUdiI o n, I.re. Kictim iaj, Arr. Baroi " Llrlnitsuio... KotTII-Bouw- 2 00 pin t S 13 pm' d 00 p la o n iu S U II SJ 31pm 231 u t'mllO iv pn )Tpm a null 00 j m ft 1.1 p m a 17 p iu p mi . a ui II 0.1 u u p iu 11 Iv p mi 6 10 p m it 200pm' lupu ..."... !......... ...jj.U... No. 3 I ) ;;uo ... .... No. 1 31 p IU Ho. 11 I.t.v, Llrlngdon A ..J. th IT. ltlcbitiund Ltp. ltowUnd .... " Lancaiter .. Air. Klchmond... Le. itlchtiiond Arr. Winchester.... Arr Pari Ly. Lexington ..... Lve Paris ......i te G ... ,...ie . 11 S CO t a am; ssa ml m 00 ... 7 IS ...., 8 06 a in ....It am', am n in n io Arr. CoTlnpton " ' Cpithtaua I almoiilh 01 a m 1 28 7 0J a mi 2 29 8 IS aim i M 7 25 a m 4 to S 20 a m II 10 ... .. 8 6S n m, 3 SS ... 3 V a m I v, . ...Itl SOs nil 6 00 am p p p p m a j m s 20 pm tu SCI pm tu c 57 pm in 8 ISjwu ...:..... 20pm MAY.SVII.I.K llltAXOII. "TJiDfiT NOBTU-liUCH- Pally Dally Ex. fluu.iEx, bun. ;J..I 23 a in 20 ft til 47 a ln 7 8 g 0 Worir $ MONEY MADE! $ Lte Corlnuton "I" tettteaei ' ixiDuion 1 ttllH j oo p m ft 2.1 water-course- wmm WM&fwfflvA S$ i t ff A Arr.Minorliurn " Carlisle " Johrsnn taeaat wayTin rJOUTH-ItOPN- a iu 0 10 p iu 'id 03 iu 7 07 p m in to m 7 M p in TJoTST "Ku. Si Ially Dal Ir Kx. Dun. r.x. Bun C8 p in Jpm I 30 p in ,?" Ltb JlayiTllle. jnnuann.. ' rarlla! 11 Mllleraburc Arr rjrls ... n. ?kSSsafcsr;u n'' - " IilnRton " CiTlngton 7 8 8 41 a m 3 45 pm r. 27 a mi 3 2apm 7 20 a m 4 25 pm n 9 10 n an m 48nm is a ml' 111 47 pm 8 is p m 0 10 p m 8 15 pm Notk. Trains anJ 4 aro dully liotwwn Win. ih inter, Loxlnjton and CoTlagtoii; other train nruilally except Similar. Direct connections are maile at Wlucbostcr with Chcsapenko A Ohio for Mt. Mrlln Aliland HuiituiittuD, Coarleiton, V Vh atiJ RaiUru clt-Its. U OnsiM' ha doumed till Monday, I,-- : ii v m r it' Vermont, a. iLTll UB Utl iMJlt TW (J,a,n.tl ... ! - Holld Trains, with Pullman Miping I'm Ixttweea Cincinnati and Itlcbutond. Va . and Wlnrlim.., 4ind Waaliltik'lop, D. 0. 'inrniiKii tltkets and UazgH ctnokod to any Icstl nation reached Ij rallrsail, Ptst Line.- - Nna, 3 and 4 run yla Wlnrhostof. 3km .i' A ;!' u inc ic.t'iintx IH. jni,i . t. otk. F il. id HU. e.K. u. MoitsK. : ..;.... w. 11. wnmr.KaKY. Tray. Ps. Aaont, atmiK I n,,cui CoTlnnton, Kr, C.Yl. 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