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XIV. lBnANNUM,OA8U. s Ml ntefinf STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1886. y s w Hi! amfrn NO. 186. v CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTS from the The reader will obaerve that the only and then take more -- Divine mrvlcs cosstquence of a failure or refusal of a 'State treasury and re purchas the territory arid ouo.iar at tbe Baptist " ciuwii bf R.. C. C. Green, parlor, a'eo give the price to comply with the condil nut and riquire again 8)11 it and taantsof the bill l tbe withholding from the States add may gu on repeating th ( iiiidv niielit. FubUnhctl Tt(rlaun ami Friday h such State of lie portion eration of buying, aelllug od giving in in V of tbe appropriahave the fiiiet line nf canned good -- AT . tions. No coercion on the part of the gen- Unity, and no barm will result lo any Slate and roniecttouerle- - ever brought to thf a abmtthi toon, and al the lowett prices. Htitcbingn eral government is propoeel or hinted al; or period. T.ier " will be Is there to be any system of espionage reasoning too deep fir mr coaoprehemiou. ACoedwIck. nor understood If we credit thall.M Meted sad demanded. organised for tho f n'poaa of watching tbe I oan't undent tod how how it is that a V nil further iioiio, 14 piiind grnn although a it lie in the Treas lated augtr anil a brautiful cbroin i for $1 conduct of the Stales with rtfrence to d illari aud Also 17 pound N O sugar and a isck of ury in company with UoJ-ai- le their approuriatlou of thu money to be W. P. WALTON. given, or to the manner in which their other common dollar, cannot bo dltin ohoic fl iur for $1 Hutcoings & Cnad schools ere managed. The statement of guisbed from them with n m!croRope,yel wick federal Aid to Education, A public ''candy a'retchlng" for the the Governors on tbe whole subject, to be the fact that lu having been obtained by To the Editor or tb Interior Journal. made from time to time, are all that are taxation has eo eanotifiad and conjure'd il children tf the Sunday echools is announo The essential protlalon of the Blair bill required and are to bs accepted by tbe that if it ba used fur the unholy purpose of ed for Monday night after Cnristmas, Diare, to aubitanee, a follow: Federal authorities m made in good faith. educating poor children, tbe sacred righta rectors, John McCIure, J. Will James, J. T. It appropriates $77,000,000 from the U, How s bill eeuld be drawn to preclude of the Stales and of the people will be there Chad wick. 8,Treaury to be distributed among the taoro distinctly than title one doea the idea by at once annihilated and a general up List Saturday night Mis Annie 8trodo Stale and Territories in eight annual in of any interference of the general govern- heavat, dissolution and convulsion of thing gave n magic lantern exhibition at the colataUmenl, aa follow; First year $7,000, ment with Uieconduol and management of political will and as the upshot of it lege hall Biblical scene and characters 000; second yeer .$10,000,000; third $15,. will take a bit- all the onititutioo of tho father, the. tic repre?entations, iulerperaed with music, the achoola in thcHlates, it 000.000; fourth $13,003,000; fifth $11,000, Liberty made up a programme well worth the adter icholar than I am lo determine. II it Amerlcin eagle, the Goddeea cf 000; sixth $0,000,000; seventh $7.000000 Qoddcai of Reform will mission feo and tho Star-eye- d dote not I rave the authority of tbe Statee and etirhth year $5,000 000 Tola money la over the mailer cf education as abaoiute all be buried in one common grave, from We are glad to learn that J. J. Roberta, it bj apportioned among the Stataa accord and free in all particulars aa it would be which thero van ba no resurrection foreveil a young man of fine railroad experience, in Injr lo the number of HIlteratM iraon without lie enactment, then I am not capa- Thu may all happen if the bill pieaea, but and well known in this section, has obtain each, of both racci, 10 years of oge and ble of understanding its provisions. J Ii. cd a position of emolument in the service I don't look for it. Dtfi 11.18S0. oter -- inability to write being the teat of II of the Denver & Rio Grande railroad al I have to confess my inability to dlsctiM literacy. No 8late can receiae any of the Antonato, Colorado. oarriho couurr oepaijusvt. satisfactorily the difficult conatitutional money which has not a ayetetn o( free, com On or aboul the lO.h of January next, conbsen raised in the Lancaster. nnn ec'aoots for all children without dU questions that hare M aa Maggie E;bjrt will login a eubacrip-liosideration of this proposed lagiaWtlon. Col. W. O BnADLRV ia III with aome-livin- g tinctton of 7ace or color ai to the dUtribu school eomewhere in town, and soliclte have, after reading and studying thing like fever. lion of ashoal reenuo; but separate achoola Wullo I the patronage of all who will not pitronlxe views of able statesmen on both aide, Jamre Tudor, a young man for tbo two riCM may be maintained tbe the college after the public rchool closes, i no valid woney ia to I paid become convinced that there near Hraitrille, died last Monday. The wierefrr Term, $2 per month, canatltutionat obiecllon to the nuMtiie. I The Presbyterian ladies will give a om to auch offiseri aa the State ahatl ac There will be a union Christmas tree am consclona of my own incompetency to Christmas tree at tbe church on Dec. Slth. tharisi to receWe il. lnatrnction In the Cnristmoa night at the Christian church. conclusion with sufmy idea and Mr. Calvin Eatt ia remodeling bis die chOilala lo include reading, writing and preaeut All denominations Are cordially invited to clearnww and orce lo Insure their tillery buildings and will increase hi ca the EqrIIiIi language, arithmetic, ficient ipiaking Hut as I am writing t litre pacitv for mashing from 13 to 20 bushels arelet in making It "a thing of beauty," and appreciation gwgraphy and history of the UolteJ Sutw, the occasion one of real festivity. The compositions for the purpose of call per day. "Oil. Eist" whisky has a first-cla- poor aad auch other branches of useful fcnow- l- little children will cpecially be remembering the a tenllon of thow who may read reputation. eljeaiiuir be taught under local lawn. tbem lo the fact that there are actually two ed through contributions of our liberal Mrs. J D. Tbowtooo, of Louisville, ia No8ltelatoreceie la any year more aides to tho school aid queilion and that it vialtlng the Stisaee Noel. Mr.O. E, Ellis than it has expnd.l lo tne preceding year The announcement of Prof. Hawea' investigating rathvr than wlththe returned to Louisville Tuesday. Mrs. R forcotataoa echoed from lu own revenues la worth or expectation of making converta to II. Young level this evening for her home death caused a tremor of regret and eorrow The bill declare that itdejittn ia ''not to bo4 to permeate our commuuity. He waa n thinking, aud as I have uo rtp in Shelbyville She will be accompanied eilablls't an ind.paaJaot vystem ot schools, my way ef be who gentleman of rare talent, well known and iu the utallcn a a cqostlltttional expounder to from here by Mica Fannie Huflman, but rather to aid for the time being highly esteemed here, having been princiloat bj the venture, I can afdereloptnent and maintenance of theechool sustained or will reman until Spring. pal of tbe High School nod entertainer at ford to blaaa awar without caring much Mr. Jataea H. Yantis left for Crab Or system established by local ROTtrnment, Crab Orchard Springs. His wife has our whether I hit or mtaa. was which must be eventual! wholly maintain chard Ibis morning, where at noon he TbuopponeaUof the Elalr bill or any married to MiaaMollie King. Among the consolation in her irreparable loss. ed by the Stales and Territories wheiiu M. Livingston, of New York is here in they exist." Before a Ulale can receive any similar leglalation, contend that Congreea person who accompanied Mr. Yantis from except thoe enumerated iu here were Mis II litis Yantis and Mr. W. the interest of tbe Lincoln Land Co,, and mouey under the bill its Governor mul has no power under hi and J.OttenheimerV supervision furnish to the Secretary of the Interior a the constitution, and that the power to reg- J. Rimanr, Mesre. James West, Curl Rib a ppoke aod hub factory is in course of ia statement ehowlnir the amount expmded ulate and control the matter o' education inon and Terrell Layton. erection. This will do much to utilize the therefore, reservby hia State In the preceding year fur com not o enumerated and is, While this ample fall of the "beautied exclusively to the Stater; thai the power ful" is "lingering in our midst" a splendid ticabtr resource in the immediate vicinity mon achoola, whether any discrimination and perhaps give employment to a number hat been made in raising or diatributltK of.CongreM to take charge and control of opportunity is offared the ciu'nna who of our industrious working men. Score echool money, or in school facilities, be- any object for which it may make appro liye on tbe atreets leading out of town to be controverted and play their "snap, pluck and energy" by another improvement for "Old Crab:" tween the while and colored race, and, if prlations can uoi A woman nick named "Sorrel Top," pia:tlcabIe,thooarces from which such therefore if it be once admitted that Con cleaning the snow of! tbe sidewalks in front wae derived, the number of white greas baa constitutional authority to appro Tbe chance is not being alias L'lz'.e Smith, waa arrested in a drun of their house. Hsoey ad colored common achoola, the average priate money from tne Treasury to aid taken advantage of, however, to any great ken condition on our streets Saturday and taken to the lock up. She created no little attendance at same and the length of the common echools in the Stales, iu jurladio extent. clever drum- commotion with her blustering cant and l to receive any of lion and control of thosa tnatltuliona will ecbooi term. No State Mr. Hugbie Logan, tbe loaded "pop" which ebe flourished right , Cincinnati, the money until It baa through lU Lexisla thereby be concaded and all authority of mer for W. 8. Dickinson & lure accepud It under the provision of the Stat, in the matter will be overthrown ia spending his vaoitlon Id Lmcis'er. List menancingly. Tis high time that the pro asd annulled. Now if it be true that there Tuesday waa the day for the Louisiana hibllion law or eome other the bill etatule should be inaugurated when women Upon examining this aynoptle of the pro is no power in Coogresa to appropriate Lottery and late in the afiernooa Hus-hi- e money for any object olhei than those spec received a bogus telegram elating ho had disfigure tbe streets, poor seduced victims posed law the reader will find the contra diction and exploiion of aeverai tntsrrpre ideally named in the enumerated powers, drawn the neit little earn of $15,000 He of inlemperanct! Col. J. W Guast, of Danville, tbe d that that bxly has wasovetjiyed, of course, and. found time aaatatione which have bean made by iu ad Ittuqit beconfea-eturfman waa in town this week. Tbat veraarie, verr uuoh lo (u prejudice. He shown very little respect for tbe limitations between the congratulations of friends to will find that it is not true, as alleged, thai lo iu own authority in many important in spend IS to 20 cents before discovering the garrulous little dutchman, B Mandel, baa been among ua buying skins, hides, pelts etancee. Atnonj such instances may bo boax. it rtqiirea, er authorixM the Federal and whatsoever had fur on it. Mies Kate to riq lire the children of the two mentioned tbe purchase of the Territory of rVAere fAe Tpe writer Fails. Davis is beguiling the wintry hours with racea to b'e taught together in what are com- LouiiUa at a coil of $15,000,000; the purTne typewriter will never be a universal friend at May wood. Mr. Sam Ward came monly called "mixed achoola," but that on chase of Florida and Alaika at high figures; favorite. Il may be an 1 doubtleas is a good the contrary ton right of the State to main the establishment and appropriation of thing to grind out an editorial on finance down from Llvingslou Monday. Mies Mary Elmiaton hie returned home. J. Otten. tain ap irate achoola for white and colored money to maintain the military and naval or to flay a man whom you don't llae- children is expreaaty recogotzsd He will chooia al West Point and Annapoiir; the Llkewiao a good invention to turn out alt heimeris in the east on business. J. W. fiad that inatead of its beinj a proportion liberal donation to the earthquake aufferera sorlaof commercial correspondence. But Brooks is with hi mother Toat genial gentleman, Lucian M. Las-lethat the geoer it government shall aMiime In Veocx tela; the donations to the Centen- there are fields where the pen the old fashha, it netting, mo amorphoeed hia ready uri'diction aud control of (ducation in the nial and other induitrlal expniUotH and to ioned pin la still mightier than the type pen and insurcnci policy iiro the carving Slates, aa it enemlei charge, it distinctly the flood autlirars; the granting o' pinslont and evor will be, world without writer, knife and pepper-bo- x and the dona d(3taitu noy auch purpne, declaring i a to tho widowaof of the epicure and end. Fancy a man making love to his object to be onlr to give teuporarv aid to lions of immeme bodies of public landa as aweelheart on a typewilter. And fancy a may henceforth ba found in his elegant re the schools as eatabliahe i by the S ate. iod well aa of minor arising frui the nle ot nwetheart breathing tier heart secret-pou- ring tauran', which he has just opecei in the Moore Hotel, on Lmcasier ttreel. There which are ultimately to b wholly uitin auch lands to tin Stita fjr olacitioiti her pasilonate vearninga and fond talned by them. He will alao ducoaer that purpoasi. According to tho rule of inter expreulona on a nfteet of pipar where you you may obtain the choiceat dainties, and one of the provisions of the bill which tiem pretation iaaiated on b theu tiht con haee to ring a bell al the end of each line. aa good a dish ol burgoo, oyBter or turtle soup aa ever Col. Welch or Jobn Halde-ma- n ajcoguea have matio, the basis of much etructonlats every one of the nbrn enu Love can never get use to any auch mechan iiwtlled from the capacious soup bowls S ate righti eloquence and which they1 merited act were done withi.it oomtitu- - ical apparatus aa that, you might as well htte denounced with great fervor hqi! vo llonal attthar.iy Keo the donatio i ot expect to pound out an opera on a chest of Judge Arch Carson. landa for educition ts a violation of that c fera lonaa the mm audacious usurpation UJr polite, Hccommoiatiug and esiron boiler with a sledge hammer. Imag power ever attempted or piooed in n rule, uitvttlnliodl'U the conuitutionat ine your etndlug a mesaige of this sort to teemed agent, W. M, O'Bryan, accompao' nied ! hi haruUiau wife and son, "The free countrv, la in point of fact the moat provision granting to Coogreai tho power your bestgir.: "My typewriter fails to hirmles thing imaginable, belujr no nioro lodispoie of anl mtkenll needful rule my heart." What Prince," i at Liretto fpinding a few days to Ihe feelings of than thoproriaion preicriblug some of the and regulations reipictiu the territory would a bundle of typewriter letters look with hi mother anl sister Mr. O'Bryan was reared in Marion and we don't object the eub brauoheaof cduoitlou to ba tauzht in tbu and other p'opirty, &J," D?a ' like lied up in a fadtd ribbon? Do you echools. Yes, we are told by these yUhnt jeot of edimlioo U not xpaoitied nor Implied keep a love to hia visit In, hia "old, home" acbatiooally; think any oenalble girl would Ruardiniu of our constitutional rights, that according to their view, In iny enumerated letter turned out by a lypewrlleir Would but we do regret to miss him for even a right here i centralis uion rampant, which power, bat iti care aodontrol are roierved aou? A typewriter letter, lo use a theatri- little while. With all its corps or able employee, tbe LAN. ha9 none more efIf not met at the threibold and InaUntl totheStatetexolualvelr-- . Ojl the opp-cal sentence, I good enough for a one night ficient than he L. A. Oiss, of Brodhead, ot the I) air bill, at if delighting in in stand, but na one ever res.d throil'o 1, away go our liberties To me it over. i thumping tbe key in hi absence this provision of the bill la not very alarmuiiUnoy, a iprove the djnitioaa both of ie perfectlv useless in a breach of it ing, fur if the people of State nan nee any public U tda 1 1 of unnsr arlsim froal the promise ault -- Chicauo Herald. IDEAL BEAU1Y. central zitton or other dangerous tiling iu mte oMiiiitiui Hiatal for the support Hutle Davis, aged 24, and pretty, has A Sonnet. realln., writinz, arithmetic, etc., all they ofaohool. Tnay aiyt'iat laall rijjH, bi men. Her Tell ma O poet, palnttr, Virtuoso, aiget been ewindllng hie to do toosotps It la ultuply through cuius 0ngrH ttaa a'outuia p iwar to dt game waa to .locateConnecticut get wa in a town, Where tbo true Ideal of beauty Ilea, their Legislature to decline to accept auy poiaofauoti landa and nuaey, but, my mm lo make love to her, arranie an That wbtch all aeek, but which to each ona'a in raiiud by of tie (Tired inaney, aid that will be the they, to m mono1 of the eyea of which ehe oad of it. I think tnee'f th it tho de.iin u i taxitlin fot puoa u pirpoaa would bt a early wedlm, on Hie eve Appeara In dlll'rcnt light and dltl'rent ataga present. Soe aid three Tbia tbema did oil my youthful hncy gage. Hon of lht:a branches In the law is alio crow uiurDtion o! power aid vlotitiun of would bolt with the Thought I: Tti In tbaclouda;orln theakles job in New York and Connecticut in eight nghta of the State. (tether eiip.'ttlioua, Inaaniuch a the teach Bo blue; Indepthofwaten; or In dyea of the bull for month, and tney paid her atiout fci.ouu to them ,if tax miner ba given tiecewary part ln if them i unprotected innocence Of gems, or flon'rr; Id ataia; or moon, that age picture of neai of common snhoI. and eo recsgaltad elucition Federal jurisdiction of education Sie was a Haa left aa bright as when 'twas awung in air; wKnn wiirkinu un a )b aud did her worn, But alnce I'recomo to look on woman's grace, in practice the world over, but. to seriously necessarily goeit with It, but for soma tier treu, lips, ey-- and countenance ao fair; reasons millions of acreaof land and ae neat and clean aa a cabinetmaker. uige the speclfisalion of them aj the reason To know her tendernew; her heart, th place for the reiaotion and dateat of the bill, ap- millions of dollars derived from the aale o' Hertford Post. Where man nnda btaraa If beaut j'a anywhere, pears to me to be rather childish, to say the land may ba to given without tbe slightest "DAule l" ''Ye, elre."' "I've have been 'Tis, 'Its lu wouiaa, woiuau'a heart and face. D'couiber, 12th. 1880, Bobouhk. least of it. Aa theee branched are in thorn interference, or right of interference, with reading lhat book King Humbert asnt me refilling tielvtM iunocent, useful and neceaaary, and the achoola by the government Dante' 'Inferno,' vou know "Yea sire " How la your bloxU Um Ureen'a air uparllla are b Ifg nnn taught In every common frooi the transaction. According to this "Well, Danlal, I can give Dante eome For sale by Mcltobtrts & Htagg at St. Uie Green Cough Balaam for coughs aod oo Ida. school in the lnd and uiuat continue to be doctrine the general goyernment may take point on that eubject, which evidently taught tnere. whether the Dlalr bill ii en ta:.rald money aud buy territory, an in have not occurred to him Have him call TilcaSOc, For aale by Mclloberta A 8tag. paloa. Orceu'ji L'lectrlc Oil cures all acbea aud acted or not,'I really do not Ihlnk their the mae nf AUaka, and then give the terri- hero before he lasiira the next edition." For sale by MoRoberta A. btagg at 50c. reeommendatlou by the Congrew ought to tory to tloe Stated fur educational purpoae, (Ircan'a Golden Utltn, sure cure tor Catarrh at W. O Dodd, a prominent aod honorvd exapM,e DnT K,n,flU1i'1 however spirited or It may soil the territory and give the member of ihe Ljulcyillebarjadead. 60c, at McRoberti .' SUIk's. for education. money It brings to tho State and cblvalroos may ba bla nature. ain 1 IMPORTANT! ' tax-doll- ar, cn-u- n dear. Without any further apology from us, our tardy customers may all expect to be "SEVERELY" DUNNED after January 1st. We are COMPELLED to pay our accounts and you MUST pay yours. We EARNESTLY ASK the continu ed patronage of our PROMPT PAYING; friends, but those who are ALWAYS PROMISING to pav accounts, but who NEVER SETTLE, may expect to be refused credit in future. Very Truly, &c, -C- ss cit-Irin- 3-0 TO JOE F. WATERS, MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY., FOR CHRISTMAS TRIX !! FANCY GROCERIES A SPECIALTY O-O TO TO d A. A. WARREN, FOR- - anti-whisk- y d no-te- Got-ernme- nt CHRISTMAS CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, CANDIES. NUTS, RAISINS, FIGS, &c, &c. !! m i i.i . y, I will begin on the 20th of this month to sell my entire stock of Millinery at. COST. "Will have a big stock for the Holidays. n a MRS, FANNIE EDMISTON, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. ,j S. VANDERPOOL. E. D. SMITH. 'f. or s, 1 VANDERPOOL -- & SMITH. DEALERS IN pror-pero- ua ni DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, . H AND A FULL LINE OF HARDWARE. NEAIt DElOT, CRIB ORCHARD, KY. ; 1 iuvh-terlo- A CAPITAL CHRISTMAS GIFT: A year's subscription to the Interior I Journal. .4 f) 1 K rBts A SUjVSi AN EDITOR'S CHRISTMAS. In the pure soul, although It slag or pray, Tba Christ is born anew frem day to day, The llfo that koowcth Him (hall hide apart And keep eternal Christian In the heart. . Elizabeth Stvart rnrxrs. CHRISTMAS. Han? up the vino and the holly, Eijm the cross over the door. That Joy coming In with the Christmas, May go from too place nevermore. Gather lore gifts for the children, C nrd well tho myttical vray, Tint the Christ child comes at the midnight To bless with bright favors the day. I net; and ring out glad song ; The stars of a Bethlehem desert Looked down on a Christ happy throng. Oo yo in hovel and highway, Guests to bring In to the feast ; Angels shall iwawares greet ye In those the world counteth as least -- This is MnWorUilngton's story Just as ho told it to a number of us ono Christmas evening at his house, Mr. Worthlngton Isn't Mr. Worthlngton nt all in real llfo, but a very famous man whoso tonguo nnd pen carry great weight: ily first journal was n country weekly in Doonville, A "flourishing and fearless" Journal, was tho way my kindly disposed contemporaries spoko of It In their "ablo" pages. Its namo was Tho Trumpet, and I speak only tho plainest truth when I say that it gavo forth no uncertain sound. I was a very young man and very ambitious. 1 thought I know exactly what a forceful weekly nowspaper should bo, and I hadnt tba least doubt of my capacity to construct and manipulate such an cnglno of reform nnd advancement That is the way of the very young, God bless them. Before tbey havo had a hand to hand encounter with lifo they feel so strong and confident they believo they can do anything, nnd this very belief, mark you, is what makes the phenomenal successes wo so often admiro and wonder at Tho Spaniards have a proverb, "Ho who expocta goal luck will get it," and it is as truo a sentence as over was penned. Believo you can do anything, and you can, if any ono can do it Success, like tho art of swimming, Is largely a matter of Erin; In Rood cheer and be merry, confidence, I worked very hard on Tho Trumpet I was business man. editor and staff. I bad very decided ideas in regard to bettering the Bound the sweet Christ loving anthem-Ech- oes will bear it on high To the angels made Joyous forever By Chrlstrias of love In tho sky. Bow down t ad worship the spirit Of the feast, the Invisible King : Lo I lie cometh in scarlet and purple To gather a world's offering. Mams Lx Bahos. THE CHRISTMAS HOSE. A littlo way up one of the Rhtctinn Alps, beneath tho shade of an old black pine, grew a Christmas rose. The summer bad passed, and the short days had come, when the wind blows and the snow flics, and the hardy llttio mountain roso had two buds. "Dear me," fretted tho roso, "I wish I could blossom when other plants do. There would bo some pleasure In displaying oneself for tho dainty bluo gentian or the pretty eyebright, but with no one to admire me, I see no use in blooming nt aU." "Hoi hoi" laughed the old pine, wnving his Bhaggy arms, "Hoi hoi what a little grumbler. The snow and I will admire you. You are named after the blessed Christ child, and ought to be happy and contented. Push up through the deepening snow, little friend, and expand your buds Into perfect blossoms; we were nil made for a wise purpose, and we shall know what it is when the time comes irJust then tho north wind blew so hard the old pine was quite out of breath, and for somo reason he never renowed the conversation. "All the world is dead except tho pino and me," murmured the rose, "and perhaps I had better follow his advice. If I was made for a wise purpose I shall not bo forgotten." Bo she took good caro of hr beautiful buds, and tho day beforo Christmas the black pine saw her blossoms, white and perfect, peering up through the white snow. Now, the two littlo children of Klotr, the wood cutter, were nearly heartbroken, for their mother was sick, and that morning the kind neighbor who had watched by her side through tho night had said, "God pity this homo; I fear your mother will die beforo night" Their father sat by the fireplace, speechless with grief, nnd answered them neither by word nor look when they crept up to him for comfort So at lost they stole out of tho door, and, hand in liand, wandered a short way up tho mountain side, following tho forester's tracks till they came in sight of tho old black pine. nSBINO THE CnniSTJiAS ROSES. "If all thomothcrs in the world were dying Hhat hard old pine would not care," said the dockhho we volboy, bitterly, ley, sister; thero we will And good jeoplo, with kind hearts, while here thero is no one to care for us." "Thero i eao who cores for us oven here," cried the sister, spying the Christmas roses, and in a moment she had scraped away tho snow and plucked them. "We had forgotten is His the Christ child, and that birthday. Jst us take the roses to the church, ami thero pray that our mother's life may bo spared." Bo they hastened down the mountain to tho Tillage rhurch, wbero they found the good pastor busy trimming the altar for the Christmas festival. Ho took the flowers nnd put thorn, with fconio feathery moss, into a tall white vase. Then ho knelt with tho children nrfiviwl far tliplr mnthor'a life, and tho roses nodding on their stems smiled as though the gift asked for were already granted. When they returned home their father met them at tho door and exclaimed joyfully, "The lover has turned and your mother is Letter. Thank God." The Chriftmos roso had fulfilled its destiny. Ah, me I the black pino was right "Wo were all nmdo for u wise purpose, and wo shall learn what it is In God's own good time. .i The Christmas rose is not a rose. It belongs to the family Hellebore, block Hellebore, so called from the color of Its roots. Its large white flowers are produced in winter, and it grows only In cold climates. Too flowers ore white or tinged with ml. God rest ye, littlo children; but nothing you af- For Jesus Christ, your Saviour, was born this happy ulght. Along the hills of aallleo the white flocks sleeping When Christ, Uto child, of Niuareth, born on fright world, and started out with tho praiseworthy intention of extinguishing several "giant wrongs," under which I plainly saw that society suffered. We all have the reformatory spirit much stronger in us in youth than later on, for tho reason, perhaps, that wo haven't fully measured the strength of our antagonist, tho existing system of things. I was sincerely anxious to thoroughly represent all worthy local interests. To that end I scoured Doonville night and day, and "wrote up" all sorts of things that never beforo had been described by pen, or immortalized In typo. I wanted to wako up my fellow townsmen and women to tho Interests that lay close around thesa, and of all things I wanted them to properly appreciate The Trumpet I intended to issue a magnificent Christmas number of my beloved Journal, twice its ordinary sizo and brim full of tho most alluring holiday matter I could create and rake up. To perfect that number I almost worked myself into a doctine. Looking back upon it r.ow, from tho standpoint of what I beg to bo permitted to call mature common eense, I commend myself heartily for tho In dustry, real and confidence I nursed ImY) respectable development in thjso old, hard working, moneyless days on Tho Trumpet Among other attractive features for my Christmas paper I determined to write up Iho very poor of BoonrlHa I could thus bo tho means of conferring two benofactions giving tho rich a chance to tasto of tho blessing of giving for it is moro blessed to give than to receive and also open tho way for tho poor to be heljed. And on Christmas, you know, all hearts are 6aid to be tenderer and more grvrnus, and many aro glad of an opportunity to do something for tho needy. Doonville was a small place, and so very prosperous that I crcely know wbero to go to hunt people so poor that I daro Intrude upon them and tell their wants in my "valuable and widely circulated" paper. Many of its citizens wcro very rich, and none whom I personally knew had fallen below decent nnd tolerablo povorty. But down below Doon's mills, on tho river bank, were somo broken down houses nbout whoso doors I had sometimes seen very ragged and very dirty children plaj ing. I determined to go thither nnd investigate. I had this thought in my mind as I was going to oillco ono morning just two days I determined to go out beforo Christmas. that afternoon nnd begin the search. I hadnt gone far when I met "Calamity" Parker. That wns what I called him when my speech was without bridlo, for I held him in great contempt He was a tall, thin, broken down creature, who posed as a gentleman and moved about with a solemn, unhealthful gait and distributed religious tracts. Ho always seemed to mo a frightful excrcscenco on society, although he had tho discretion to say but little. It fretted my progressive spirit to see him crawling around thrusting his weak literature under moro intelligent and busier people's eyes. "Tho day nnd generation aro beyond tracts," I said to myself, "and hero Is this threadbare fraud keeping up this relle of fogylsm." I despised him so heartily I could hardly speak a decent good morning as ho passed me. I think ho felt that I disliked him; but ho had cultivated tho unctuous affectation of godliness and an appearance of patience and sweetness under slights and taunts, and invariably returned a smilo for a frown. That very habit made him detestable tome. I began to think about him as I went along. Ho hod only been in Doonville a couplo of years, nnd I had novcr heard of his doing anything but distribute tract3 and preach on the street corners down by tho mills. I concluded that it was timohewas Accordingly my .flrst work on abolished. reaching tho offlco was to write a half column editorial artlclo on "religious frauds," in which tho practice of tiact distributing received merited castigation. I drew a picture of tho typical tract man, of vhlch Parker was the model, which wasn't calculated to mako his path In Doonville any smoother. "This Incisive, and I may say "able," article, which was certainly a flaming swordof righteous wrath against tho tract fraternity, was to adorn tho Christmas num- l)cr Then . started out in my search for poverty in a self satisfied spirit. It is delightful to do something that wins one's own approbation. I found tho row of old houses all locked and tenantless save one, tho last one and the worst one. It was In a state of dilapidation so hopeless that its owner hadn't even thought it worth vthilo to bhut it up. Tho result was that it wns tenanted without his permission having been asked. A family of dull brained, 6allow skinned, chronically indigent, half dead creatures who had been crawling westward In worn out wagons drawn by dying horses, had taken possession of it by ijennission of necessity. They had reached Doonville Just as their horses suc cumbed to tho inexorable, and thero they were, sick, freezing, starving and dying in a stato of destitution unspeakable. I saw through the windows that tho house was inhabited, though tho only figure I could see moving nbout was more ghostlike than human. On preteuso of borrowing a match I knocked for admittance. A match I such a thing wns a far off, undreamed of luxury to tho family within. Thero was neither flro nor food in tho house, nnd tho wind, tho rain and tho snowramo in at will through tho glasslcss windows. Haven't you noticed that tho very elements conspire with poverty to mako his victims wretched I A skeleton man sick unto death lay on tho floor, his head on a bundlb of dry leaves. Two famished children, 111 nnd feeble, wcro on the semblanco of a bed In another corner of the room. A very old woman sat helpless by tho side of tho sick children, whoso emaciated and miscrablo mother groped about feebly trying to glvo help to tho others. Tlw onlv mm who wemed to ha''" unv lifo tn speak of left was a wan and ragged little girl with delicate features and big, old eyes. I got flro and food for thenl, and did all I could for their immediate relief. Then I rushed to tho oftlco of Tho Trumpet and wrote such nn account of them as would bo suro to send the good peoploof Doonvillo to their door with abundant relief. It was a long nnd graphic nrticlo, and realistic to n startling degree. Wo wero not Illustrating newsiwpers then as now, so I could only picture tho suffering of thU family In words. However, I gavo tho artlclo tremendous head lines and a prominent place, Tho Trumpot was issued tho noxt day, which wiw tho day beforo Christmas, and it wont forth on its work of arousing tho pity of Doonvillo for tho family in tho old housobythe river. I was very busy all that day and could not go to see them. But when night camo and I lay down to rest I had the satisfaction of feeling that thoy wcro provided for, and that I had been the instigating cauto of their relief. I fancied the surprise and sorrovtho benovo-leMrs. Barclay would feel when she visited them, carrying aid, as she was sura to do after reading my artlcls. And how distressed, I thought, Mr. Archibald Doon would be when ho realised that so sad a caso of want existed in tho town of which he was so proud. And others over so many others would be equally Interested and equally helpful. In Imagination I saw tho philanthropists of the the community, ono after another, going down to the old housa by tho river side carrying aid and sympathy. The next morning was Christmas. It was cold and clear, with a sharp wind blowing-traditi- onal Christmas weather, called cheery in stories, I think, but very uncomfortable for those who are thinly clad. After breakfast I started down to seo my poor friends by the river. I wanted to help them, but all I could do would be but a cipher in comparison with what had already been done. But o I thrilled with tho pleasure I would in seeing their improved condition, knowing I had had a hand in it How forlorn and desolate tho house Was, even as seen from afar olfl And ohl tho dreariness of Christmas to those within! A man approached the bouse jost ahead of me, A second glance told mo that it was tba tract distributor. I felt a spasm of wrath at sight of him. How dare be mock those wretched people with his printed twaddlo about the preciousneas of their, souls when thir bodies needed food, and fire and cloth- nt cxpo-rienc- MY FANCY'S" QUEENl I t will not wy If she bo dark or fair, . 1 Or It her eyes bo hazel, black or blue I will not dwell upon her wealth of hair, Or on Its rllken kIossIiiok or lino. v T ' ;, I know not If to other men alio seem CLOAKS ! Vfc Iiuto Kuiuo lo close them out Tho Incarnation of n poet' dream-B- ut this I know, sho is my Fancy's Queen. Tho sweet st woman earth has ever seen, Bo thou forever blest propitious day, When first t saw her, robed In crvAiny white, I nought to sprak to her she would not Btay, But, llko a started woods bird, took to flight The fairies knew her as sho swiftly slept (Indian: 1 CIohKh which niuM bo celt?, xml In order on ce wo flier tlicm hi follow liijt at " Fine ' tc nn S out crept, And from the Queen. Toweavo new love spells for my Along their forvst pathway nrched with green, Clonic I followed hard For never once she turned her lovely face Nor paused, but onward sped towonl tho spot Whereon ere housed her Innocence nnd grace, I rested not until I learned her name, And wooed her aye, nnd made ber mlne,l wcenl And now she U a grave nnd stately damo; Hut none the less is shi my Fancy's Queen. VlllUm llcattyKlngston. at heel sho know It not 1 ' uorlh gTSirrdtivvd lo CO " " ', 15 10 ,. .? $10.00 ws 1." 2 " 3 In ono of tho museums of tho city a great many wax figures aro disposed about tho hall A aiuteum Manager's Joke. i: " " 35 ifev. TOT Tni.V LITTLE ? OIUL OrE.VKD THE DOOR. ne knocked, and tho thin httlo girl with the pale, delicate face opened the door, came out, and shut it tablndlicr. Tho tract distributor took off his hat, sho looked up at him, and I knew sho spoke, though 1 was not near enough to hear what sho said. I noticed, too, that she raised her hand in gesture a solemn and intensely dramatio gesture, it fceomed to me, for ono so young to mako unconsciously. A queer sort of chill crept over mo. Tho tract distributor opened tho door and went in, but she stood outride, nnd was still standing thero when I reached tho door. Somehow, when I was quite near her I could find no words to utter. Sho seemed to Understand, and pointing to tho door, said: "You can go in if you want to. Fathor died this morning I" I stood speechless in tho presence of that child's tearless sorrow. "But help came to you yesterday I" I said, my heart sinking as n possibility I had never thought of flashed into my mind. "Yes, he tho man who lias just gono Income and was very kind. Ho stayed by father all night, and was only away a littlo wbllo; but father died whllo ho was gone." "And did did nobody cLo como yesterday!" I stammered. "Nobody else," said tho chllJ, looking up surprised at tho question. I felt ashamed to go in and face tho tract distributor in tho presenco of tho dead he had comforted and whom I hod left for others to comfort others who never camo. Ho greeted me with gcntlo kindness, nnd as I clastMxl his hand in that woeful dwelling I .,. iiini iin t inworuiy ucjit iwiuru i. went out together to plan for the We funeral and procure further aid for tho liv and corridors in surprisingly natural and apparently unstudied attitudes, and it is ono of the principal amusements of tho place to note tho uncertainty and embarrassment of strangers In taking flrst views of these figures. The visitor turns a corner, conies faeo to face with a dignified looking gentleman, and at flrst politely refrains from staring at him. Halt tho visitor glances furtively turning nw-acV over his shoulder, catches tho eye of tho dignified party, and hastily averts his gaze. Then ho moves a few steps away, takes another peep from around a comer to io whether a solemn old gentleman has noticed his somewhat impertinent observation, and, finally concluding that he has been unnecessarily polite, marches boldly lnck and tries to stare old waxworks out of their countenance. Taking advantage of this peculiarity, the museum manager has put up a practical Joke on tho public. Upon ono of tho benches sits a living yuuiiK wutnuu dressed in a checked ulster, derby hat, and, of course, such other apparel as is roquirrti oy cmnieu wjcicij. ARE NEAR- She holds a tocketbook in her hand and leans her cheek upon It In a very natural way. Her complexion is ratio w, and she is motionless. The visitor, who has been fooled several times and is determined to display no more shyness In tho presenco of dummies, steps up beforo tho lady, surveys her critically for a "We want everybody who intends purchaifog moment nnd then consults his catalogue. He has difllculty in finding tbo subject, nnd when ho looks over the top of tho cntalrguo ngnin to mako suro of tho figure, tho lady bowi politely nnd smiles sweetly nt him. Then he looks flustered and foolUb, and goes around during tbo rest of his visit in n scared, apprehensive way, scarco daring to take a good, To comprehend tho fact that wo aro now all ready to show you tho finct aa long survey even of tho tableau of tho last sortment ever exhibited, for our new stock of HOLIDAY GOODS supper for fear of putting Peter out of countenance. New Ycf k Cor. Chicago Herald. is now complete and cotupritca an elegant lino of I.ntr to Cattlo Coiimnl?. It is common talk on tho cattle rango that Books, "Writing Deeke, Brush and Comb, Sets in handsomo plush, Fancy no cattle growing company, it matters not where they grazo their henls, from tho Pan Goods and Novel tie. A largo stock of Handle of Texas to the knees of tho Teton, in Montana, has paid a legitimate dividend for tho past two years. In the cattlo men's i club houses, in tho eating houses where cowboys and foremen congregate, in the hotels, in tho cars, around camp fires, everywhere Our Jo welrj stock is both olegaut and beautiful tho fioeat styles and detho talk is tho same; now covert and whisnleohollcly bold, but signs. AVatchcf, Laco Pins and Ear Drops, Cuff Buttons, pered, now open, now Ac, Diamond always tho same that is, that tho rango hat been stripped of yearling steers to pay the Rings, Pins, etc. Wo invito you to call and sco us. Wo havo bought last dividend, that tho rango of certain companies are bare of stock excepting cows and theeo goods to sell and havo marked them down lo suit tho times. calves, and tho men who tell theso stories wink and smile nnd laugh when they mention tho largo sums of money for tho brands composing tho skeleton herds, and of the loRses tho eastern nnd foreign investors will incur. "Wo havo clinched John Hull nnd the Druggists, Opera Block, Stanford, Ky. eastern dudes, now let 'em buck, d n 'em!" That is tho truo sentiment of theso wicked, predatory dovils, who havo lmioverished hundreds nnd hundreds of eastern nnd English families. They havo reduced old men and women, whoso life's work was finished, from conifortablo circumstances lo direful poverty, they havo wrecked tho lives of hundreds of young men. Ami they openly prAi.cn in- oxnlt In tho ruin thoy havo wrought Frank Wllkcson in Now York Sun. ; saigwfV PlRBh Hacqncs 20 " I ITltcso prices represent a lew to nn niid.nny one In need era Cloak should not fall to fnko advantage or them. Lower price Cloak aro also oflered at greatly reduced prices. Ou Caoi dsjr . 7lh. Iniit., wo win display a kandsemo lino ef Christmas Good, Including NtatHary, lireazes, rerAiine nnd Toilet Note, Toys and Dells of every kind, Ilrass Goods, together with a very elegant lino ofNllk Handkerchiefs and Stufllers, Hllk Umbrellas, etc., allatleweflt;prlcc. " 30.00 25.00 22.80 18.00 12.50 ItOREROTSOX KlJrNAIRD, Danville. THE HOLIDAYS Christmas is Coming ! CHRISTMAS PRESENTS! a sil"v:e:ew.a.:r,:e ild McROBERTS t STAGG. w .I. -- ,, ing. "You did a good work when you wrote about theso people," ho said, "and I thank you, for otherwise I should not havo known of their existence in timo to be of help when they needed it most" With what shamo I rcmemlcred my nrticle on religious frauds, of which I had been so proud only two days before. From that hour wo became warm f rionds. As I learned to know him well I looked back in amazement at my former conclusions in rogard to him. "Calamity" Parker, indeed t It would havo been moro fitting had I named him Beneficent Parker. His lifo was a benebe diction unohtrusivo nnd gave of his abundant sympathy and slender worldly means without reserve. Nor was his never failing patience and sweetness of spirit tho cloak of hypocrisy, but the result of years of spiritual aspiration and discipline, which I havo nover yet begun to nttain. His habit of distributing tracts was merely tho outward manifestation of a helpful spirit a habit contracted in a bygone day among simple people. It hurt no ono. For aught I know It may havo benefited some. Why should I assumo that bucauso d man bad an inoffensive habit, of which I .disapproved, that bo was a fit subject to bo insulted in tho public prints, derided behind his back and sneered o at when ho was present! It was tho of youth, my children youth, youth, which thinks it knows everything and often knows nothing. I had not then learned that each ono has his own way of dolnggood,nndhas his rights, too. Neither had I learned that it is foolish and wicked to Judge people whoso real lives wo do not know and cannot know or to judge nt all. It was somo timo beforo.I got over my surprise at the upatby of tho philanthropists of Doonvillo in regard to that wretched family. I was at a loss to understand how they could eat their Christmas dinners in comfort, after reading about tbo distress of tho ioor souls in tho old house. I did not then know that peoplo unused to seeing poverty nro slower to lend a helping hand than they who fcco it everyday; that when wo have not tho poor always with U3 wo forget how to bo benovo-len- t and sometimes grow very selfish. igno-ranc- Tontine: tlio 11111 of 1'aru. I Inferred from some casual remark! dropped by M. Frere, lato head cook of the Astor house, that in mar.7 Instances the French nnmo given to a dish really meant very little, and that in most cases fancy names wero sprinkled throughout tho menu according to tho chef's ideas of the picturesque rather than liecnuso thero was a little more rait in this dish or a littlo 'less pepper in that At a supper given by tho French Cooks' society somo j'cars ago tho menu was as long as my arm nnd wholly unintelligible. There wero somo curiosities, such as elephant steak, camel roast, etc., tho details of which were translated into English, but for tho rest of the programmo it was an exasperation. For the purpose of testing tho matter I determined with a friend, who was with me, to order systematically right through tho bill of fare, taking tbo odd numlwrs, thus I got Nos. 1, 3, 5, 7 and'so on. 'ily friend ordered tho concoctions set opposite the even uumbcrs, and we pursued this interesting plan to ths end of tho menu. We had different waiters but we both got exactly tho same things, from which I infer thero was deception somewhere. Brooklyn Eagle. Tho Philadelphia Ledger criticises the when peoplo who take pains to say day-pthemean a railroad ktation, and tells thcin o Hardware, Farming Implements, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, JiDlevatoi's, JPimxp, Oicler Mills, &c. ; i W. It. McKlNNEY, J011N UHICJHT, elmen. Is It I)y-p- o or Dee-po- ? WEAKEN that they are very littlo nearer to the French pronunciation than less pretentious people Of tho two tho latter is dewho say deo-pcidedly preferable, being according to the "custom of the country, " and not Mng nn affectation and an error at tho samo time. Thrown Off All ruiupi. Tho Puko of Bovillo has thrown off abruptly all tilings royal anil nrlstccrntlo. Ha has publicly renounced ovcrythlns appertaining to monarchy with all Its works and pomps, and has declared himself an "Incarnate cncjniy" of kingly rule. Chicago Tribune. A Pica for the Icnorunti It doan' mako no difference how much er man reads, ho l'ariu mo1 at last from cr ignuntpuEsen den ho do from or smart book. Do book ken be bo high dat It doan' tech natur but do mo' iguunt or puwon Is, do closer ter nature ho libs. Arkansaw Traveler. & MENEFEE, Ptslen Idi1I klna of Farming; Implements and Maehin eiy, Fin ft BuggJes, -- arJagBf hUKBEYN,- Spring Wagons,, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Gnttii, Wool, Needs, Feed, Coul, Ijimilier, Etc. grower in Lanarkshiro A strawberry Scotland, bos cleared 1,300 proflttbis season out of tho croai of ground for which ho pays a rental of 00 n year. Last season tho proUt was just 1,000. -- Chicago Herald. At Vienna hoa appeared n weekly newspaper, printed in Knglish tho first of tho ulna over puumuca tuero. IIo Is nn unlmpoitant man nowadays, bays lira. Grundy, who ba not his ovrn raivato Strawberries In Scotland. k$55?s SLICKER SSPWf !H Bft.t . i. i Best Waterproof TIlC Coat. TtiFmninAHDEUCXnilwrrnleJwniTroor, tai wni Jtf.p 70a dry In a LirJot ttana. Tn atw I'OUllKL. BUCKlll li Ptnatoa rlJIm cod, and prft without lbo'FUb nvr tt0 6nt1roift1.tl. r.wiraAriniiritlont. Nona "t-.M i ai,4 (vuloiuo frit. A. J.Towtr, Iloiloa, M. I i. -- 4 .ABmtfrfjhmt aij- - JEtiic- - 'J ferfAfcV mj rft: . &&&. .. .." JW( .! 1A . Semi w VOL. XIV. Kin a Imttm 17, 1886. mtftut POWERS & 1 NO. 186. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER MARVELOUS EVENTS F THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE OF . HOLIDAY SEASON S. L. CO. Place on sale this week an elognnt lino of Now, Freeh and Seasonable Goods bought at tho Great Now York Auction SaleB especially for our ttig Holiday Trodo that we aro expecting and we are bound to have. STonsrisHniraCoals and Vests, Chinchilla Coats . . t - zba-zr-gkiit- s Tho salo will conilat principally of Dry Goods of all kinds, Fine Dress Goods, Ladie9 Cloaks and Short Wraps just received especially for tho Holidays and at prices that will be surprising for cheapness. Shawls all grades, Jerseys, Fancy Hoods lor" Ladles and Children, Jersey Caps, Woosted Gloves and Mittens for Ladies and Children, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Silk and Caehruero Mufllers, the prettiest line in town. Ladies' Linen Collars and Cuffs, Ladies' fine Shoes and Slippers, Toys,. Dolls, Picture Frames, Lunch Ikskots, Hosiery White and Colored, Ulankels, Bed Spieads, Drugget, Rugs, Gents' Bcols and Shoes a fine assortment, Clothing of all kinde, Suits, Odd Pants, thro cjcgkhiottt the stock- - and Vests, Orercoats by tho hundred, and tiny must go too. You will regret it if you buy an Overcoat without looking at ours. Hats and Caps at about half regular price?. Suspenders, Neck War, Collars, Cuffs, Underwear, Whitoand Colored Shirts, Fiao Flannel Shirts, Trunk?, Values, Ac, &c, &c. If you don't find what you want in this list come and see us about it. We will try tohavo room enough for all, and all ,. aro invited to call and Inspect our goods and learn tho lowest prices. Bear in mind, remember and don't forget that v WE WILL OPEN NEW GOODS EVERY DAY DURING THE WEEK. Wo liavo made arrangements for extra help during this sale and will do our best to have everyone served promptly, thereby obviating the tivesome waiting that is usually tho case at our store. your colecttons as early as possible and avoid tho great rush that wo always have a few days before Christmas. Nevertheless we advise you to mak0 S, L. POWERS & CO., SPOT 'CASH HOUSE, Popular Originators and Promoters of low prices for all emt-88- the people. THE 1 cehlgS nf trior Itmrira I -- AT John D. Humphrey and Henry Mltchtli Itved iMIe Htmmel All were younx, and Hidie was prett); and all lived inSacrauien-t- THE ISLAND OF KCY WEST, . Voyoge Atonic tlio Oulf .Coast j of I'lorhltu 1'tibllnheit Turtitau a nit Friday ta II2ll A.NNUM, CAHH. ex- undantoodlf wecredll that II JO wilt U pected snd demanded. W. P. WALTON. Dr. Tatmage on Christmas. CbtUtmni belt rlnir in family renn'nml Ths rail trains crowded with cbildrn com log homo. Toe pnultrr, f4 m never aluce thejr were bom, stand wondering at the far mer' gf nroliy The market are full of The great table will roiucrcdbira-frd- i I will venture to sir that there are more b spread nd crowded with two or three or four genenttoni. PUnt the fork astride cjtored men ho'dinz small office in a h the breast bone, end with skillful twitch, ington at thl moment thin during the that we coald never learn, cie 10 all the whole tsMcn of the republicans. I am in hungry looker on a sprclmen, of holiday full accord with the Prealdenl'e policy nn Florence It disposed it soar, thu polo. I think tbat where ho en re anatomy. give her lha winp. The boy I foo I of mu ward a colored mtn who ha been a voitd The minis democrat, and is competent to fill an ofBc, lie rIto hiu the drutn-stlcV- . he should do ao, and especially where the ter la dinlne with you, fclva him the Mtyjov leash from grandft-ther- , office have been held by colored republl he cto cans I have urged him to do It, and he who ia so dreadfully old hardly find the way to hiu plate, down lo was kind enough to say to me tbat where who, with one er I could recommend men of that eort h the bby In lh hlh-ihalSenator of the table oloth, upiaU the would give them sppaintment. enart p'lll from your Wade Hampton inti the cranberry gravj table a liberal portion to the table of the His Coffik op Fine Fat Liohtwood aa well u the Door, eome of the while tu David Fender, of Clinch county, died datk, not ennflnio? ouriteaeroliy to rIe several days ago. He waa near 100 years itrdiandecrap'. D) not, ai In eome fntn old Hi exact age, it Is eald, Is not known lllei, keep a pUte and chair for thoe who Your holiday feast Tie wsa soldier in the war 181? and drew gone. are dead and would be but poor fre lor them; the; are pension from tbe Government up lo the Years ago, before at a better banquet la tho nkiet. Let the time of his death. ba full of chime and c&rrol. war, ho made bis coffin out of solid ' whole land u- Let belle, silver and brazen, take their lightwood and laid it aside for future o( C iris Oae merchant haa sold him aa many aa two voice, and all the towJ trimtnlnu for thecake, tbe second hini Christum tendomraln music purchased after the first hnd rolled nut MsRsz'ne. or lighlninc, 8avancah News A 8panish shepherd, killed i There ia a bvely love of a woman km the subject of a ecientitlo put mortem to discover bow theelectrio ball had d.n-It- in Newaygo county, Wisconsin She p!c ami eelai ed black berrls Iwt fill for market, end fatal work. Hmeyt-broli unel cfl, IiIh eyeball were dried industrioiiH was she on foot, and en uiuibtu ca were up, all hi left aide was scorched and hum of finger that the returns of her fruit What did the do wlti ed I in spot down to the ankle, while tlo quite cinsiderable. lixly and rlhl ly were uninjured Serious, tio money? Buy a jersev Hnd eomn etock' none of them ap ins or a winter ha ? Niw. t)he tnt ' a Ihoso injuria pjared auflielenl i hare eti ssd hi instant too nnd "blowed in" ite whole busiuete on a fiddle for her husband. death. But funoon n the breast was of djth was apparent. The Dec. 1, 1835, in the eniiro numb i lan;a were (rightfully conReated, and tbe of range Btatm and Territories there w.u heart wm enormounly dilated acd filled 15,812 811 cattle, including 2 820510 With all this dam with ovulated blood calves, and on Djc 1, 18S0, there wet bin clothe weio very little ae to the min 11,781,115 on the ranges showiug a Iosk o' injured, the only tracre ol Huhtninj on 4,031,369 hend. This is a los of 25 wr it beini; a emll hole bored through vn. between two years. Dadticling lb tbettmol ibobat.anda tdik'bt iDRa; of h,ers from nith snmmtrles there wei-- ( tbe shirt collar. 10 31S 705 hrd on the ranues on Deo ll 188(1,' against 14 857,178 on Dtc 1,1875 By mean of electricity the mont attric live leather tiirfscea ere now completely Iocs of 30 per cent. The leather which is deiired to imitated A poor but wicked youuu man in W'n U first well cleaned and coated with imitate ston county, Miss, desiring to get marriro g amall-- r ara graphite, as in electro-elatinin anoil shape without too much oxp-u-ticle. I I then placed In a copper batb, of clothes on credit, woir1 which ia mado lare enough to bnuitht a suit tbe tank ol them to the wedding, and the nrxt dat A powereaailv reco.ve a ekin ol mu el irachine fiirnlabeu the turned them to the merohant, sayint: that j ful dynamo-eleclrithey did not fit him. Tue copper i deposited upon the current ol the hide to tho thlcknees coated euifiea An iron toner four hundred and for.v of an Inch. feet high, will be elected at th top ol Ox-- 1 of one Klx'oenth lo Th nU. thii formed reproduce', but re ford strew), Loudon, to commemorate n e I versed, uvery marked end minute vein ol Queen' Jubilee, The contracts have ! a print taken Irom tl la concluded and the work will be begun in the leather, bo that January. an exnet copy of the original. county, Cal The tf irl couldn't decide, after two year of ceuruhip, which of "e younc firmere she preferred, jind finlly, they airrre to play a freie out at p.iker for 8dle' hand Hne agreed to this, nnd the other eveulnj: tber drove to Sicrameatn nnJ while the strl held the borne, the ynutiit feltosrs went inti a ailooc; took a drink. cillolfora new pace of cards and filly chip and eat rion lo the freize out. Luck ran Humphrey' way and he soon raked in ths chlf s- - Then they tool mother drink and John went out and drove home with Sadie, and Henrr fought consolation in Sacra mento whisky. He U to rtand up with John at tbe wedding 2 ' J tit r, 8d it te - li" a w-r- e wr. e ( Ilorhiu Keys Tlio 1'cople. Tlio gulf coast of Florida la frlnRtd with n Iwmch whose length is measured by hundreds of miles, whlto os nnorr, smooth, hard, nnd comforting to look upon. And what a It U lo tho nowepmer from tho cold north to row nshoro from his schooner under off hU shoes, nnd mako tho hot sun, tb.-orapid barcrooJ tracia up ami uown mat smooth, wnrrr bcnchl In continuing tho to Key West tlio steamer travel among a imuo of llttlo Wands that stretch out on ever)' sido to the horizon, Theto am tho Florida Ktiys, rcnownod in tong and story. Nearly nil of them aro cultivated, most of them being given up to tho raising of vegetables and cocoanut. Tho Keys nro said tohavo much better soil than the mainland,' a Indeed thoy must havo If vegetables can sutccssfully bo grown ou them. Small sailing boats ply among them, carrying their products to market at Key Wast. Tim Ulmul et K7v West Li the most w cttcrl 7 of tho Florida Keys of any Inijortance, but not tho most westerly In fact, for the Dry It Tortugua lio fctill further to tho westward. is possible for tho visiter to Key West to mako a trip to tho Dry Tortugas in a email sailboat that makes occasional trips, but there U hardly enough to bo soon there to pay for tho risk of seasickness and a thorough wetting; nothing but a strip of sand ami somo fortifications that havo been left very much to themselves slnco tho waV closed. Key Wcbt is a tiny Island, six miles long by two or thrco wide, rocky, unproductive, barren. The city, tho most thoroughly un- A mnrlrvm of rltJrei. oontnliis about 10.000 in- hablUnts, or whom 5,000, 1 should think, nro engaged lu making cigars. What the city was 1 can tell to a nicety, for I havo sient some tlmo there; but what it is now, silicon great Are has swept over it and destroyed a largo number of its wooden buildings, I am unable to say. Tho population is largely foreign, a great many Cubans having como over from Havana, attracted Jjy tho high wages inid to makers of cigars. Many natives or tho Daluxmas, too, find thcro inoro congenial homes than on their own coral islands. Not a small number of thew latter havo left their country equally for their country' twiil nml their own. for tho Qnhama covctti- ment loses no opportunity to i Id lol.' of its worst clashes bv offering them Inducements tocmlgrnto to" Key Went. "Prison or Key Wosfixnn nltonmtho well known among criminal diirhlesiu Niuaau, and win ft f roo passage ofTei-ct- l there 1 not much doubt nlxut tlm rhnlcp. liven Uio urlsou doors nro sonio- tlmea oiwnwl to this cud, for It has loen found clieaicr to pay n prisoner' faro to Key Webt lUnn to food and clotho him in Nassau. JIostortboKoy Wot iwople, it wemwl to me, lived In llttlo ouo ami two tory finina houses, geuorally with n yunl in front, Hut tho city wa in n w hero (lowers grew. filthy condition that hardly anything but a Dryedala great ftro could change.-Willi- ain in Now York Times, do-lig- ht voy-axodo- JlaUliiB Toja In I Franco has always been nearly In tho matter ot t03'. She makes her own AittpreaestitlTeof Mr ty.tl. Anderson. I cfler Pollchlnellc a nattier, drcsslor, inoro cox- far sale prlrsulr bit neat brick houas snd lot of two acres on Somerset Arenue In Stanford. Tbe combical Punch than our friend In Fleet plac hai H the nccestarj Improvement and U t. etrcvt; a Punch whoso hair is powdered and ttiT dtrirable one. Call oa or addreu ino at In regud to it. who wears white kid gloves, but who l, JP. Jf. tfeROilEllTH. HMt nevertheless, a most popular puppet. Tho French "iwui'eo" U at tho acknowledged head . of tho doll world. Not oven tho most fash- ! lonahlo London emporium con display dolls equaling in plnkncssof complexion, in roundA valuable Stock Ai'ffH ness or eye, in nurlferousnces of tresses, in liuaied 1 mile from FroiconUlnluz .1tf Hun tor Crab Orchard oa toe J or loco and flounces and frillorlcs, and plk. wealth and room over aame, Th two new store-roisheen or bronzo kid boots, tho in radient lnHiin!ord,onoalhstdeorMalnitrMt, built by dolls exhibited In Park Owiler A eon. Alto the brick residence In whlcn In the manufacture of small porcelain dolls i am now UTiag. 1 j; u. V WHtjK.Ky., 1CMI arrayed a brides, babies, shepherdesses, eianfor, beadles and gendarmes, the French aro also wonderfully skillful, and they mako nearly 8tore-Itoo- ni all tho toy poodles that bark and squeak, tho dlminutlvo miniature accoutrements, tho IN STANFORD hares that bent tabors, tho ninepins, tho battledores and shuttlecocks, the Un trumpets, The Hadea tbe best In Stanford, tho "tombola" manda- la locttloa an 1 arrangement. Applr to tho rin with lolling tongues, tho wagons and tv. a wiSLcu, horses, tbo bagatelle boards, tho tops, tho 163 It Btanford, Ev. ropes, tho clockwork mice, the skipping models "batteries do ciilne," and tho TAYLOR, II. of grocers' and llnendrfcpcrs' shops In which young Franco takes delight. London Tele- OfUX)AK COUNrV. UaCandfdite or tbe offica I graph. ofSuperlnundsnt of Fuulle laatructtoa, tubjict Town Iot For Sale NEWPORT HEWS & MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, Mtan-for- d J CIBtfBUM HID Keulticlcj'H FOB ROUTE FOB SAMS Routo Cast Washington, Philadelphia and . Now York. Tbo only line running PULLMAN SEW SLEFINH CARS AKD For ICciit A SOLID TRAIN FROM Louisville, Cincinnati & Store-Roou- i, an I. The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Daorllle, Norfolk and all Virginia and North Carolina Points. Fortlcketa and further information, apply lo your nearest tlcketoffica or address W. W.Monroe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. Past Trains for Now York. to Washington Oity, Connecting in tbe same depot with Lexington, Er, W. C. WIOKIIAM, 3d Vice President, India India is winter resort for tourists. iAs the autumn Bargain. advances tlie Peninsular and Oriental company's floating hotels take out heavy freights I offer lor ule privately in Stanford, Ky., of passengers, which include many persons dealrable rnldeace with serea rom and a very porch-Webesides thoso who ore merely returning to of water at the door; liable, smoke noue, No doubt Ac About an acre of ground In tbe lot. For their duties after leave of absence. JO. O. ALFOllD, tho trip is expensive, and it can not be really tenna, Ac, apply to 163- Agent for J. R. Allord. appreciated unless the tourist is armed with a good budget or letters or introduction. But to many its great attraction Is that it has not yet becomo Tulgorizod, Tho winter climate is enjoyable; tho official world welcomes thoeo whoso bocial position in this country The Photographer, renders letters or introduction unnecessary; and oven tho ordinary tourist is ariDreclated irho comes proiierly recommended. Post- -' bly, tho recent heavy fall in tho valuo or tho to think rupewlll causo tbo Anglo-India- n twice before ho Indulges hi lavish hospitality; but this soems to havo HtUo effect on those who wish to seo how India is governed. Tbo Mado tourist trooping season has set in with exceptional soverlty this year, and before long wo shall bo hearing that tho excursion agents havo taken tho matter in hand w ith n vtow to arranging cheap circular trip with fixed MT VERNON, KY. charge) for everything. St, James' Gazette. J a Winter ltesort. rapidly becoming a fashionable ms to tbt Democratic State Contention. Gcn'l Paii'r Ag't. LouliTllle, Sv. U. W. FOLLEB, For Sale ofa Concert Grand, . Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Square Grand. We are opening tbo most carefully selected, the finest and best stock of PIANOS ! JB. H. FOX, to Order. PIANOS AIVI ORGANS 23 Erer brought to this city. Every instrument is the prlda of an artist and prices range from 10 to percent. lower toan other dealers ask tor the same goods. Persons ol musical sod art culture are Invited to an Inspection of tbe beautiful, cultivated, refined tone and artist designs ol these celebrated instruments: Xfranville, Frames - - - JKy. The lYorltl-rciiown- cd Jumbo, tho Fa & niotis Decker Sou, erett nudtho Kcllablo the Poimlar Ev- New England Pianos, The Celebrated Olongh and Warren and tbe John Oburoh tt Co, Organs, Plensa communlinte with us for catalogues, term nd prices. tt. It. & L. COOK, Bpetlal Ag'ts, Or ROsE E. RICUAUD, References: A. R. Penny, Mrs E.M. Carpenter, J. M. Philips, J. ii. iluore and James liz-leStantorej Mrs. Msgglo llolmca. Crab Orchard; Gen. W.J. Laudraui aud Alio Uzzlo Huffman, Laucait' r, Ky. ' Never appear to bo deeply lfttcrcsted in tho man who i3 full of schemes. Tho Judge, Buckmi's Armcii Salve rilM-i- $"ft. H "ll kii. 1 Bruises VM in tin- - w irl l tor Cur Uhi'Utu. Kt i Sor. Tetter, Chapped -iUln Kruplloui, ChIMiIkId O.i.i- - hivI Hotel is silll mala- talnlnglts fin reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to tbe traveling public. XEirt'OlIiJ, Pro'r, tit. Vernon, Ky. well-kno- This old nnd J. J. J. post-offic- y, ,B M iuy re)iilrd. I, mcurut"ed toKlTo.inrliHiNiiiiricilonr money ,ihl H)itlly cure Pile, i) nr n JFJLVJS COMRitilNBS ! JIOVIISR'S for all tby 133-l- no-H- I f i o 0Dt-dlj;h- lh A ld In South Boston having handed hla teacher note readlng'LlckloB don't do this Talk to him." provoked an boynoBood led to the discovery tha1 he Inquiry that had hiuisilf written the note. "This la a yery healthr place," observed a boarding miatreia. "Ye for chick em I' eald a boarder. "I have been here two Tf brand haven't teen a one ye I' Bit took the hint. dd rrfimrltig lliinnin llnlr for Sulo. "Is not somo preparation nctMhxl Iwfuru tho hair is placed ou tho market for baloF' "O, yen, of course. In Paris, where thcro nro sotcrul largo hair dealers lowborn tho , fr iwddlcrs sell their ctllectioiw, tbo nn Impreparation of hair-forcleaning and portant industry. You uxs, hair from all parts of tho world and of ull shndei, complexions, leugtlis and previous coiulitlon of frvitudo nro brought to theso hair marts and laid out Tho women, whovj jwwew or distinguishing color nro exceptionally acute, go over them matching all tlio different colors or tho somo texture, no matter where thoy may havo como from. I ucea htrantw nro niuo matched a to length, until finally tho hnlr Is divided up into lota ot precisely tho same klud. Now, mm bore," lw sold, taking down a treis from tlw window, "you might perhaps suppose tliat all this was grown on ono head. Tliat Is nonsense. I would not lo surprised, if every hair could tell tho story of its origin, that wo would ibid repivbcntatlvis from somo Chinese ovcry roeo e tho glolte. I reprcsentatlvca hero. Yoa seo Chlneso hair has been used to soiuo extent It U of course very coarwi and straight, but in Paris It is split to a flno quality and subjected to a preparation to mako it gloosy. Then again TVTien llaby w slct, we rv0 herCaatorla, hair is dyed to certain specified shades. A great jwrtion or all tho whlto hair, to toll When aho was a Child, she cried for Caatorla, you a profoKuioaal secret, Is manufactured by When aho became Ml, sho clung to Castorla, bleaching. But all or tlieso preparations are When ahe had Children, aho gave them CastorU virtual failures, and nothing is so good ns tho genuluo urtlclo freo from prcpiratlon, although It U more costly." San Francisco c1 1 r 3 rants "vix Fur xale by l'ri .t IoAIIlnr. JVAaf Can Be Done ? Uy trying again sod kerplnv up cour.4ii in any may be attained, iblugi icumlngly lmplbl - ol Kidney and Uver lluuilrediof bopelm U.uiplalnt hare b u mrol by Klectrle lUttors, KlivrerirTthlut; else tud lie 'U ulwl lu alu. So you, but try Elecdon't thluk there li no cii'u tric Hitters. Ttioruiio medloluoto aile,opure nd toVerfect a Biutd furluer. Clovlilc Bitters wlil ture Uytpcpiia, liialmtea imd all Diiieuea of i lie Kidneys. luraliiablu luaUectlons of Stomach Ld I.Ithi, aud ovcrcouie nil Uriaary fDlttlcultles. Ij.io Sollies only SUcrnt a liottla at Penny A Mc tllalrr. Excitement in rexas llretixclteuieut but Imncau ud In the Tlciul ty nf fsrls, Trans, liy me rumaritble rworery of Mr. J K t'orlcy, who wtmn belpli- -i he could not urn In lid, or laltd bl bnd; errrUly aatj he v trial fettle ol Dr. w dying ntCoutumptlitn, )nt htm. Finding re IMutf'i Now DUjorery wa iiilj iicboigbt a lare botthi and a box of Dr hlmt'iNe Ufa li U, and by t e time bs had tkkrn two boxst nf Pills snd iwn bjxi tbo ba wtswell and bud gained In flesh x putiuds Trial bottle ol this Ureal DIicot-- i Ty for Consumption frees t IVnny A McAllners rn'uudi-rii-i- Tbou shall po to Christinas Goods. o. & OHIO & MISSISSIPPI from edies. Thou ahalt marry soon , very socn. Reason: Tbe goose tono uarketh this a bard winter, and Bourne's toilet articles will make tbee beautiful above thy fellows. (It tbou dost not detlre to marry, tbou cort desire to be envied because of tby beauty. Tbou sbalt go bunting and Ashing. Bourne bat ths materials. Thou sbalt have a baby, a fiddle, an accordion, violin strings, lamps, frames, pictures, mirrors, warranted tewelry. Bourne baa tbess and ths finest lot of candles over brought totitaofjrd. Tbou sbalt keep In inlod tbat Fourna Is tbe cleverest nun (except br. Coi) and the best man to deal wltb "lloeea red, violets blue, ihakespe are. llourne'a is the place lor you, In fact, tbo half ot bis glories and fine goods beon told tboe. have not llroson: liiurnehas just received direct from New York City tbe nicest and cneapeat lot erer brougni to this neck of the woods. Tcou shall buy the medicines from Bourne Reason: Bourne's goods are pure. Tby life Is too Taluable to be sacrlliced becauseof Inert rem- il. W Thedlroct through line and old established rout Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louie and all points in tho West. Two Dally Trains from Loulsvllio to Bt. Louis, Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati to St. Louis. Only lQliotnn from Louisville and Cincinnati (2) tot. Louis. Tho Only Lino by whioh. you oan got a Through Sloopiug Car Frooi Clnclnatl to 3t. Louis. At: TVr Istbeonly llnerunnlna through irom Louisville and Cincinnati to Z Lobls, all other routes being St. mado up of a combination of small roads. ThA O iJV thlr-t-sl- Tho Ohio & Mississippi Railway runa Palatial bleeping Cars on nlgbt trains; Luxuriant Parlor Can on day trains: Elegant Day Coaca-e- a on all train:. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Direct and doss connections ars made In ONIO! DbPUTd with diverging lines by tbe O. A M. Railway, thus avoiding troblesome transAnd tbe Louisvill- efers by other routes. Tbe Ohio A Mlailutppl Railway Is tbe only Un between Louisville, Cincinnati and Hi. Louts undrr one management, running all Its One year for only $3 two pspera for little train through solid and In consequence more than the price ol one. is recognised Plrst-CIaRoute between those Cities. Apply to ticket Agenta of connecting lines for By paying us S3 jrou will receive lor ons year lull particulars aa to rates, time, maps, circulars l, your boua paper with tbe lbs or any desired Information, or write to represeniatlro newspaper of thottoutb, democratROUT. H. FORM AN, ic and for a laritf for revenue on!, and the best, Trav. Pass. Ag't O. A M. R'y.tioaeraet, Ky. brightest and ablest family weekly In tbe United JOUN K. BAKrfAUP, W.B.8IIATTUC, tiiatin. Thoio wbo desire to examine a sample Pres. acd Gen'l Mn'gr, Gen. Pits. Ag't, tan do so at this office. t opy nf tbo Courier-JournCincinnati, O. JL Grand Combination A Weekly Courier - Jo uriial ss Courier-Journa- al JrA . Vfa ' 'B'L ' vimv, "I mWlilf'WWi'fl-- i ,, 'S iitm,iiniffr.t.i 5tiJ-HeekI- fi .1 wwjih- -. jwi B4, ;KiKiMJiLvuii)tM.nmifauttt4l&KifmQm mMmts&vsxs- -t v M,ujrjMLtii&aMft)iiijti.3eitiKrriMiw)iitl4i r rc- -- HARRIA8ES. Fifteen Italian chorus girls, discharged The President has nominated ex Gov. Preston II. Leelie to be governor of Mon- from the National oplra company, traveled Yesterday at the residence af Mr. Jao. tana Territory. And thus it has come to from Chicago to New York in a box-caBourne, Mr, Charles M. Adams, of Gar Al rard, and Mfsi Susan A Bourne were uniThe jury in the eae of Ky., ecwalrw 17, IS8S p& that the stone which the builders Stanford. verdict of ted in marriage. rejected has become the chief of the corner. derman MtQiade, returned Leelie was set down upon by the democrats Kullty, which means a long terra in Sing On the 0th inat-- , at the residence oi the in his district for circuit judge laat Augart Btng, W. P. WALTON. bride's mother, Mrs. Martha A. Tupman, and it i not ex telly right for the President Gen Neal Dow, the great temperance by Elder J. Q. Montgomery, of Lincoln to shove off on somebody else a mun who advocate, has paid the $20,000 for which he county, Mr. Adair Montgomery to Miss The republican members of Congress is so unpopular at home. wai responsible by the defalcation of his Laura Tupman, Attendants, Mr. Warren haye resolved to resist (he motion to take Sallee and Miss Nannie Montgomery; Mr. up the tariff bill and it is tald Randall There will be no especial sonow over Walker, the man who shot John Cur- Llge Montgomery and Miss Emma Tup In it. Toe the fact that Cipt. Cbeves, who is a temper and his following will aid them ry Miller, testified in court that the latter man. Columbia Spectator, present plan is to strike oil the tobacco anco orator for revenue only, got a beating had ruined his wife and persistently perseToe marriage of Mr. John L. Yantia tax, $28,000,000; to etrlke off 20 ptr cent, of down in Alabama. The Times says that cuted and threatened him. to Miss Motile, daughter of Mr. Geo. W. the sugar doty, $10,000,000, and to make nersonal abase ot those who differ with hia J. M. McCullough & Sons' seed and King, wai consummated at the Baptist alcohol, uwil in aria and manufactures, tax professional views k one of the chtracterls-tic- s farming implement store, Cincinnati, burn church, Crab Orchard, at noon yesterday, free, which would strike off $10,000,000 of his campaigns, and he a seemed to ed Wednesday. Loss $50,000. The Cin Rev. O O; Greta performing the ceremony more. This would .strike off in all $48,000,-00- 0 havo reaped in Alabama only what he clnnatl Cooperage Company's Works, near The groom is a young farmer of Garrard, of revenue and practically be of no sowed. Riverside, were damaged to the extent of highly esteemed for his many sterling value to the country, the bulk of the reTwo men with 16 stolen hones in their $10,000 by fire also, qualities and tbe.brlde Is as lovable as she daction belog on a luxury. The war tariff is possession were captured in Texas by the Col. Cbeves, Grand Worthy Chief Tern is handsome and attractive. We extend an especial pet of the republicans and they yigllantea and swung up to a convenient plar of Kentucky, and Mr. Beauchamp, of our warmest congratulations. very last and intend to hold on to it to the tree. In the "Lone Star Stale" as well as Atlanta, who had been conducting an un- Thursday at thq residence ol John W. then dio trying to perpetuate it. on the "dark and bloody ground,'1 a man succes.ful temperance campaign at Green Wallace, by Rav. A. 8. Mofiett, John Stew The republican papers, the grand army who steals a bone standi more in danger of ville. Ala., were set upon by a mob, led by art, of Garrard, and Miss Mary E. Prichetl, poets and the what-not- s hare been kicking death than he who slays his fellow-man- . the mayor and marshal of that town Tues of this county. The happy couple left Im day morning and Chevea roughly used, be- mediately for Illinois. This Is the sequel up a beliabaloo because Dr. Dabney was Breck-earidg- e, When such a good man as Judge badly beaten by of an attempted elopement; It being the inappointed pension medical examiner, al of Danyille, i willing to stand for ing knocked down, and leging that he was the Andersonvllle, Pris- the legislature, there is hope for better "his Honor, the Mayor." Beauchamp had tention of the couple to go to their future on agent. After growing exceedingly bot things than have ever come out of Frank a revolver and escaped injury. Chevee home and there have the bonds cemented, in the collar all around and demanding the fort. If his friends here could vote bis will settle the matter through the courts. but the father of the young lady, who ia withdrawal of the appointment, it turns out calling election would be sure. At Mt. Sterling Gholston Howard was bat 10 years of age, intercepted them here sentenced to the penitentiary for six years and demanded that the marriage tike place that Dr Dabney was less than 15 years old NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. was consequently when the war clo-efor the killing of James Weldon in an emo- at oace or ho would take Lli girl home in August, 1881. with him. It will be seen by the above and never saw Ander-sonvill- e never in the army The L. & N. brakemen and the com- tion fight at Licktown during the war or since. There is Howard was arrested at the time of the that he had his way. pany have agreed upon terms. from the officers. Sine a way of being a little too previous and Mr. Morrison has given notice that he killing, but escapee RELIOI0US. too anxious to find fault, and the "rads" then he has been hiding out of the State will call up his revenue bjll next Saturday. year ago, when he returned seem to be possessed wth those qualities to will be no preaching at the PresDr. Drake Carter, a prominent phyal till about one There agreement with a friend to a disgusting degree. k clan and surgeon, of Versailles, is dead, and made an byterian church next Sunday, Rev. A. 8. offered for give him $20 of the reward Moffett having gone to Springfield to assist The horrible and sickening news of the aged 50 years. would surrender Howard to Rufus K. Garland, brother of Attor Howard if be in a meeting, burning of the steamer, J. M. White, the the authorities. This was done and How A revival at the Third Presbyterian finest on the western waters, at .Blue Point, ney General Garland, is dead, at his home ard gave his friend $20 and he kept $180, church, Louisville, is in progre, conducted on the Mleslselppi, is published in detail in in Preecott, Ark. A Cleveland man attempted to kill his by Rev. J. H. Morrison, who has had 2? DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNT r. the daily papers. It occurred at 10 o'clock additions to date. Tuesday night at the time most of the pas wife and after succeeding, as he thought, Men, youths and boys go to L)uls A white Methoalst preacher Is in jail seogers were in bed and some 40 or more nearly decapitated himself jrith arsair. Matthews, the colored recorder of Cohn's. nt San Antonla, Texas, for horse stealing, lives were lost. A lot of powder on bosrd 150 Boys' Overcoat, all grades, at the Rev. and a colored Baptist exploded hurling the burning deck asun-de- r deeds in the District of Columbia, is makt Gowdy, is locked up at preacher, for trying Louis Cohn's. Lebanoji ing $100 a day right along out of bis office, and scattering death and destruction. 100 Children's Overcoats, all grades, at a forged check for It is the old story of an intensely inflamma- owing to a boom In real estate. t to getHere is a -- ermon $1,000 cashed. Louis Cohn's. Twenty-fou- r coal miners have been against dancing: ble boat, with a cargo that once kindled Dr. A. W. Johnstone waa in Lancaster Charles Brown and Miss Cora Sibley were for six months each, sent to the work-hout- e goes like a flash, and carrying a tremenHarding in Frankfort this married at Manistee, Mich., last Saturday at Pittsburg, for having addressed a meet and Mr. Robert dous furnace to raire steam week on profeesional business. ing of disorderly strikers in 1835. evening. Two hours after tho ceremony, Engleman & Fields bought this week while We take considerable pride in presentAn alliance to support PresidentCIeve-lan- d the two were dancing together, Brown ing this double issue of the paper to our from D. N.Prewltt a weanling filly by fell dead from heart disease. for renomination and retire Gov. Hill's patrons, for besides giving them all the cur little boom, is reported between the county Metropolitan Dave, the dam of Sally Va- The Cincinnajl mlnlstera held a meet rent news and a choice lot of miscellaneous democracy of New York and Tammany gan. inn and denounced the ballet In opera si 300 Men's Orercoats, all grades, at recently presented by the American Opera matter, we preeent an array ot useful in Hall, tLouis Cohn's . formation furnished bv our advertisers, Bro- -. Publishing CompaThe Harper Company in that city, as tending toward 150 Youths' Orercoats, all grades, at which will save money for their pockets, ny, of New York, has sued the Franklyn and immorality, and unworthy of t countenance from any one interested In the when they start out on their Christmas tour Square Library Company, of Louisville, Louis Cohn's. The trial of Sam Moore on Monday moral and religious welfare of the commufor purchases. Our next issue will also be for damages, claiming an infringement on evuning for selling Wiggs a drink of whisky nity. a double one and those whoto names do not their trade mark. appear in this issue would do well to secure E. A. Henderson, Chairman of the In- on county court day in October, reunited in 7. VERNON. ROCKCASLE COUNTY. space in that. diana State Democratic Committee, has ahungjary. The Louisville Southern Railroad men Look at the Christmas goods offered by TnE decision of the Court of Appeals been appointed Deputy Commissioner of Internal Rjvenue to eucceed H. C. Roger- -, were In town Vedneeday on their way to M.C.andD N William- - in their adrer tcok Cornelifiott'd breath away for a few New York. On their return they will come tieement in this issue. minutes, but he rallied sufficiently to say of Pennsylvania. The strike on the Louisville, New Al- by way of Danville and cloie the contract It will pay you to read F. L. Thompthat he woo'd pply for a rehearing and son's "ad." He is selling goods cheaper failing would take the case to the Supreme bany and Chicago railroad is becoming to bring the road to us. " Orercoats must be sold regardleee of than you ever bought them. Court of the United States. Cornellson is more serious, the brakemen having joined t price. Louis Cohn. to know how to take the freight conductors in their demand for enough of a lawyer OTTLNHEIM, LINCOLN COUNTY. In coats, vests and pints I beat the 9 all the eteps for delay and we will wsger an increase in wages. t Mrs. Annie Belle Gentry, of Louis- world. Louis Cohn. A. H. Bistin will locate bis shingle that it will be a long time before he serves Twelve prisoners confined in the coun- mill in a few days in the Soaps neighbor ville, who but six months ago became the his jet rcnler.ee, if indeed he aver does. ty jail for moonshinlng were released from hood, wife of Price Gentry, took her life early Oates, a Congressman from Alabama, is Tuesday morning by swallowing laudanum, confinement on Wednesday, their terms of Miss Clara Trumbull is visiting Mrs. imprisonment having expired. Two more Gardener's at Crab Orchard, ll. M. Bdrt the right kind of a reformer. He has in to end her domestic troubles. traduced n bill to prohibit the appointment By the explosion of the boiler of a saw will be released on Friday. Their homes of Junction City, ia vialting at Wm. TrumCongressional committees to attend fu- mill of Evausville Tuesday, J. T. Poplin are chiefly in Knox, Wayne and Hulan bull'-. of nerals, or the draping of public buildings was killed. A. Heine, Fred Lechner and counties. Dock Anderson cut down a coon tree Santa Claus baa various branches of the other day and caught a coon that weighin mourning except by the order of the A. Dickinson were dangerously, and Henry There was no junketing at Deller and Ben Johneon perhaps fatally his immense establishment in Danville, but ed 18 pounds, and found a beehive' about President. the one at Robertson & Kinnaird'e presided two feot above where the coon stayed, from Congrcwman Price's funeral In Wisconsin, injured, he having always opposed such committees The old building known as Carroll over by Mrs. Dunlap and Miss Maggie which he got SO pounds of honey. ecliptes them all. The displaj of and the useless expenses that they created row, which is being torn down in Wash Thomas Chappell.aged 50, was married ington to make room for the new Congres- pretty things for good girls and boys is at Jellico to Miss Polly Delaney, aged 23, The Court of Appeals has decided that sional library, fell in and burled seven peo very attractive. t He ia the father of 15 children by his first when a woman presents the proper evi Col. Geo. H. Dobynr, of this place, has vwife. Four men located in or near this pie in the ruins. The unfortunate persona dence that she is qualified I to practice on the staff locality have 02 children. Thomas Chap-pb- l been appointed an were laborers. medicine the State Board of Pharmacy of Gen. Lucius Fairchlld, Grand Comman Poetmaater Thomas, of Cold Spring. S 15; Garland James 10; Rsv. William shall issue her a certificate authorizing her and Wm. Diihnn 15; total 62. O, lighted his plpo and carelessly threw der of the Grand Army of tke republic. Revised-1- 6 to so practice. This descision was renderthe match in a keg of powder. Thomas Mr. James F. Zimmerman, latn of the Ad Tola place is located eight miles from ed in the caee of Miss Beeeie.Whitc, sister (Friday) for had both his legs almost torn from hia tccaU, will leave ab Orchard and five miles from of Hon. John D, who was refused a cerKansas City where he has secured lucrabody and a colored man wan instantly killThe village has two schools, two tificate. For ounelves we will be glad tive employment in a railroad office. His churches, one blacksmith shop and a store ed by the explosion. when all the doctors are women. By a recent decision 'of the Court of many friends here wish him much succew. kept by J. L. Slavin. Prof Kihn, of Ohio, Db Woodj, of the Frankfort Capitol, Appeal), all druggists who sell epirltous The wife and children of his brother, Mr i teaching the catholic echool, which is suggests that a grand celebratiou be given liquors without a license are subject to the JobnL Zimmerman, will accompany him aid to be a good one. Several English tbey expect to children are attending, namely Aaron on the occasion of the 0,000th birthday of penalties Imposed by law on other retail as far aa Louisville, where Cbappell, Mack Potrer, Mlsees Eva and Adam, which he says will occur Oct. 28th dealers "unless the liquor is sold to be used remain until after the holidays. In children's clothing for quality and Pearl Trumbull. 1990 The doctor is euch a good man tha for medical purpoiee." t John Gillery, abrakemanon the L & price I take the cake. Louis Cohn. he has nothing even against the miserable ttAYNESBURG, LINCOLN COUNTY. I am going to stay fh Danville. My brought all this trouble up N., fell head first from a moving freight old 'rascal that stock of clothing is complete; so, therefore, There is to be a wedding about Xmas, on us and we only hops that he miy lire train jast below Frankfort and crushed his for bargains. t b it we mnat hold still aod not tell it. to bo mailer of ceremonies at the great skull, knocked out one eye, dislocated his go to Louis Cohn's In obedience to a call from eeveral J. J. Padgett bought of Wesley Reyshoulder and tore his noes from his face, event. hundred democratic voters in various puts nolds a red Jersey hog that weighed 400 Hs lived about an hour. These will certainly be no lack of maHomer Head, of Ithaca, N. Y.. shot of the county, Judge R. J. Breckinridge pounds al 4 cents. terial from which to select a governor if Mrs. A. C. Wlleon left for Owen counhis wife and then killed himself. At Put- has announced himself as a candidate to the present xuah of candidates to the front Conn., Mrs. A. Lincoln Fairfield took represent Boyle county In the Lower House ty last Sunday, where ebe will make htr nam, continues. Every day brings a new batch to homo in the future. morphine after giving her child a doee, the of the next legislature subject of course and aa for the candidates for lieutenant the action of the democratic party. Your During the laet snow the sportsmen latter dying and the mother recovering. governor it would take almost an edition Jealouay correspondent has seen one paper which killed lota of rabbits and quail, both of was the cause in each case. of an ordinary sized paper to even print At Chestnut Grove church, in Hart has over an hundred signatures and' learns which seem to be plentiful this winter. their name1. The membera of Olive Church have a county, juBt after services Tuesday evening, that there are several others in circulation, ay ttach having an equal number, Judge prayer meeting at their church every It is told that some Cincinnati surgeons Thos Moneypenny shot William Hawkins, Breckentidge will address the people of night since tbeir protracted meettaking out a foot section and almost immediately afterwards was have succeeded in Saturday at 1 o'clock and ing of a man's back bone and that the opera- dropped by an avenging shot fired by an Perryvllle on Toe Sunday echool here elected officers will speak here at the court house at the tion made him aa strong and as well as unknown hand. Neither man was serioussame hour Monday when he will present the 1st Sunday, with E. B. Caldwell, Jr., as unleaj ly wounded. ever, You needn't believe the story Twenty-sicolored men are under ar- hie views ou all Important matters that superintendent; J. T. Curtis assistant; E. 8, you want to, however. rest in York county, S. C . charged with a will come before the next General Asaem- Gooch clerk and treasurer. DEfiiniNO to retire from the newspaper bly. at this place is The Sanday-schot conspiracy to murder any one bringing business, our friend John L. Bosley offers Mr. Mattie Logan agaluat tho L. & making preparations to have a Christmas about the punishment of any member of a tke Winchester Sun with its type and fix band organlzsd for purposes of plunder. N, Railroad Company, for damages for 'the tree on Dec. 21tb, at night. The commit tures for sale. It is a paying property and There is great excitement in the county, death of her husband, Elzy Logan. The tee on arrangements are going to put on the somebody can secure a bargain. and fears of much bloodshed are expressed. deceated came to Lebanon in June, 1883, tree something for eyery child that attends Mitchelsburgand start the school. The committee of ipvitatlon again in dally receipt of that deWe are Senator Green Smith, of Indiana, who from his borne near everybody to como and a fioe time ia lightfully interesting and amusing publica- is trying to held on to the position of ed back on the night train. As was alleg- asks drunk and disorderly, and was expected, for Santa Claus is coming in full tion, the Congressional .Record, thanks to Lteuleaant Governor, and who filed a suit ed, he was garb. to prevent the issuance of a certificate of put off the train about three miles above our thoughtful Congressman, Gov. electioQ to Robinson, who ran on the repub- town and during the night was run over Wife If I should ever die, will you relican ticket, was knocked put in the first and killed by a passing train. The jury ally marry again? Husband Never, nevfor Senator Vance I He has HobrAU er! What do you take me foi? round, the demurrer of the' Attorney Gen gave the plaintiff a verdict for $3,000. a bill to repeal the civil service law Lebanon Standard. The woman who marries a man for his endeavor the eral to bis petition being sustained, but and If he nueeeeds in his should not expect to find his Book Agent "Are you engaged, madam pocket-bo- ok rise op and call him Senator Smith will at once appeal to the whole country will Supreme Court. heart inside. Pniladelphla Call. Mdam-"8- ir, I am marriedl" blessed Inkriorlouriml w '. r ., if TS dle Big DieffMy -- OF- son-in-la- CHRISTMAS -- GOODS AT- T. R. WALTON'S, Cor. Main and Somerset Sts. d, I will open-to-morrow- , splendid assortment Trix, embracing Saturday, a of Christmas J t Pretty Toys, Delicious Candies, Tropical Fruits, All kinds of Nuts, Freshest Cakes, &c. PRICES, ALL AT REASONABLE If you fail to see these goods before purchasing you will certainly regret it. Please bear in mind that the following goods are also in stock, and that they are as nice and fresh as you could wish: i ts 4 Ms-wo- od. Citron, Layer and Seedless Raisins, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Macaroni, Cheese, Oat Meal, Hominy, Beans, j Krout, Honey, Butter and Soda Crackers, and Canned Goods in Great Variety. And while you are buying Christmas Goods, don't forget that he has all the Wed-neid- NECESSARIES OF MFE, x ol All of which are as good, and perhaps a little better, than can be found anywhere else. IK WVLTOIV f ' y. Cor. Main and Somerset Streets, of-far- stcwaroroL. jSLrm MAWC IJ AUDIN, Lutn of Montloello, CJorJc. - .J? - ft V- - Ik t ,J ft- - Mr A . jrei iwmiymy f.. - " igtui4- - nan n nn ni in- - nw nii...;...fc..fc.iimri.riii.j.w.n..tr-iiiri- . Tf jou wish lo biijr gift read Oirtlej n clonk for a ChrUt-b- u & Cmir's "ad." ..n. Malaga Grams, cooking Cgi, nuts, tad oraooei at wholesale. Metealf can-dle- e 1JCW ABVIiHTlHKXtftTS. & 'Stanford, K7., B. O. WALTON, Oranges, nuts and cibJIm, the Inrgcit ' If yon want a nice Christmas pretest D&ctmber 17, 1886 Block erer before and (hey have to be sold. Come and extmlee, Mclcalf A Fos- come and buj ft nice dtnoer or chamber BaaiaeBB Foster. Manager. ter. set. Metcalt A Foster. COMMERCIAL HOTEL! BY J. W.ADAMS, McKINNEY, - - KY. I hare IsMlj purchsosJ tbll hotel sal bars tnads many ImproretuenU lo it. I Intend to kwp ererythlDj In style ana make only modern! chirm. As I haTe beta oa tbs road for itreral years I know tbs wants of trarellnv men, and I will make 180-- 1 It to their Intereit to itop with me. jr. flrat-ela- is Christmas Candle, Nate, Oranges, Lena. 4. 4 AT. LOCAL TIME CARD. odd, Grape, Flgn, Kalitnt, Oiter Crac"Model Gro ker, &i, at A, A. Warren' S 10 r. m. Mll tialnpBf Ksrth M. cery." IMtimiMW hMmm11 I" .. Enimt 11trln"i Booth 4J U ulUIAMUbaiHMI 11 Tun price on our ladles' wraps have 3 12 & M Kof h... Bolit beeu greatly reduced; so now Is' the oppor Tfca.MToUMleuUWdoait&driltlH. U st U About 30 aiautM lUr tunity If you need any thing of that kind. Owsley & CraJKv LOCAL NOTICES. Stop right here. Before you read another llnr, see the advertisement of Bruce & McRoberts. It Is Important and might i mean you, ,... fl M M 1 Bananas 30 cents a dozen; Florida or- anges 30 ceats a dozzn: Persian dates 10 cents a pound; Malaga grapes 20 cents a pound. S. S. Myer. TO WHOM iT MAY CONCERN! This ii to certify thit Mr. Jacob Otteohtlmer Is no longer connected with tbs Lincoln Land Co., tbat bs la not authorised to contract tor tbs Company, or rtcetrs money for tbo aame, or to Incur any obligation In tbe name ot the Company, or In any way to act for the same. Nsw York, Dec. 11,1839. IBS. X I3uy our School Uookt from Penny A Mc A lister. Ask your grocer for the Cincinnati Bakery Co.'i crackers and cake. W atgheb and Jewelry repaired 00 ihor notice and warranted by Peony & McAlla A msrATCU says that Congressman Mo- After paying tbu expenses of the Crearr has offered bills for the benefit of Troaps and other Incidentals, which Smith Merehon for $303 and W. L Waddy amounted to about $100, Stanford gave Mr. Barnes $17760, which was not sear bo well $725; both of Lincoln. tr. Humtxks, allili;t ArnutTiOM. of ebot, at Loaded Cart-rldci- tf, I'toar & A ooMfLETB lock of jewelry, latest style, llockford watches pecialty. Pen 6T A McAllrter. PERSONAL, Mrs. J. II IIockcr in Danville. is vWtlng relatives Frank- Jodok T. W. Varnoh went to fort Tuesday. Mr. 8. P.Staocj is in the city laying-inew Cbrlitrnm goods. Mr, Jackson Comh, of the Altsmont Coal Co., was in town this week. Kiv. J. M. Hrcgk and wife have returned from a protracted visit to Missouri. Bkybrmt Kour left yesterday or Moberly, Mo, where be will make his future home. Mitwia Alma Oarsoh and Klva Moore, of Brodhead, were down to hear Bro. Barnes this wesk. Mr. J. Q. Bwatmb, taleoman for Pow ers ft Go . Is very ill. Jos Portman is tem porarily filling his p!a. BRiOHr Ferrill has bten appjlnttd a atorektsper and jjauger and will goto next week to lake charge of a distil, lery. Mtra Annib I), Campbell, who has been visiting her unole, Mr. Horace B. Withers, returned last week to her home at Normal, III. Mn.F. K. TiuuntE, who represents the Blue Grasj Hedge Company, has just returned from Woodford, where he has been for a couple of months. Cait. akd Mrs. Frank Uarrw have taken rooms at the Myers House and the LspUln bis bad telegraph line rnn to them to connect with his train dispatcher's office at Rowland. MR.J.OTrxMitEiMERhas resigned as general manager of Lincoln Land Company and Mr. M. Livingston, of New York, Lai been appointed in his stead. A notice appears In our advertising columns to this effect. Our Informant was wioag. It was Mr. Sam. C. Lwksy, of Dalian, Texas, who was soeeriously ill. His father, Hon. G. A. Lackey, started to his bedside immediately on receiving tbe'dispatch telling of his Pn-las111-a- ee. as either Lancaster or Richmond did by Dom't bur your Christmas Roods until him. you have awn A. A. Warren's stock. lie Death. Will H. Roesell, eon of Mr. has the handsomest line of China and GlassLewis Rossell, and a .young man of great " brought to this market. ware ever personal popularity and many good traits, See tbe street parade of the Jolly Path- died at his father' yesterday of typhoid finders' Brass Band Monday afternoon and fever after an I linens of three weeks. Mr. then run to McRoberU A Stagg'a and se- Roeeell was connected with the Yarandah cure a seat. Then Is going to be a crowd. Hotel, Lebanon, for eeveral months prior to his death. TuEPaiksville A'eifisays Nelson Medio- Squire Portman has served notice on ols, 10 years old and married, was crushed by a tree being blown down on his partner, Mr. Henry Baughmsn, that to death him. His neck and left arm were broken his ten years' lease on the Portman House at $725 a yetr must cs&ss at that rate Jan. and his bead horribly crushed. lit. The squire clstm that tbe law clos Col. Hill has built a very neat house ing tbe barroom of tbe hotel, which was on his farm on the Hanging Fork and his passed with Mr, Banghman'a assistance, has eon, Bslley, has runved to it and taken greatly rtduccd.ils value to him and be chares. Tbe next thins you hear will be thinks it nothing bat right that Mr. that the young man haa taken to himssli a Baughmtn should share the loss with him. m O. L. KICltABD, Preildint Lincoln Land Co. FOR SAIE I with to sell my farm of We have too many Cloaks on hand this late in the season, so have put the prices on them down to prime cost, as follows: Cloaks worth $26.00 now - $19.00 j - 11.50 16.50 12.00 9.00 jj jj ,jj 1100 8.00 j) jj j 10.00 7.00 8.50 6.00 , GLOAK 3 j j JJ t.-- 298 ACRES OF LAXD, Bltaatcd on Ilonnditona Creek, nockcutls conn- ty. z acre are in gooa wane uk umwr; mi wheat balance under cullliitlon, pirt In Railroad runs through It and put In rye. weather-boarde- d ind li ons mile of two depot. A houie of three rooms and ont buildup rmd. With th hrm I will wit a half lnlernt In tbs fine Bait Well on it. My pries U 12,0.00; X cash; balance In C and 12 montbi. T. BMDBt H.UcClnney, k.y g-1W-2- U 4.00 Our Childrens' Cloaks are reduced in like proportion. - j 99 5.00 r OWSLEY & ORAIG. MERSHON & DeBORDE, BLACKSMITHS'! WY.A.IVX'OItrs, IXY. wife. M. D. ELMORE, Tho oldest grocery man ia Stanford, established in 18GG, invites the attention of tho public to call and examine his groceries, Ac, and get prices, which shall be as Those knowing themselves Indebted to me will please call and settle by the 1st of January, as I need the money to pay my debts. Oa and aftsr the lit I wilt do a strictly cash business at a very low rats; give me a call. Thanks for past pat 1 am ronage, solicit a continuance. very truly, A. T. Nunnelley. SaUind ays: more mirthful piece of nonsense, combined with much that is highly enter" tainlng, could scarcely ba imagined." The Albany Argut aays: "The company is made up of artists of ability, and is numerically one of tbe best and strongest on the road," Then are but a sample of the many good words published of the Rintfrow's Mr. Frank Deckert, of the Lsulaville Jolly Pathfinders, co our amusement-goer- s Commercial, which paper has been greatly can count on a genuine treat. Remember, improved, was here yeeterday and arranged next Monday night. with A, A. Warren to be agent for it. It Our friends, tbe advertisers, are pretty will thsrtfore be on sale hereafter at bis numerously represented in this issue, and 15 news stand at 2 cents a single copy or it will pay our readers to peruro their effuosnts a week. Those who want a real live sions and act upon ihelr suggestions. The Independent paper would do well to sub following is a list of the new ones: Ml. Vernon, M. C. & D. N. Williams, F. Dead. -- John Curry Miller, who wss L. Thompson, C. W. Ping and James M. shot in tbe abdotren by a man named Wal- Frszure. ker, in Washington, last week, died Toes- Crab Orchard, Mrs. Fannie E Imiston, day morning. Walker ia out on $20,000 Vanderpool A Smith and D. B. EJiaitton, bail and says be will be able to prove that Hustonville, G. F. Peacock, and Charles he acted in self defense. Mr. Miller's dy- II. Bishop. ing statement, however, makes him a cowMcEinney, Allen & Owens, D. S. Jones ardly assassin, who laid in wait to perform & Son, E. L. Tanner and J. W. Adams, his deed. Tbe dead man was Danvillo, Robertson & Einnaird. here, having married a daughter of Stanford, T. R. Walton, S.L Powers A Mrs. Adam Pence. He wai a newspa- Cj., Bruco A McRoberts, McRoberts A per writer and an inventor, but none of his Stag?, M. D. Elmore, A. A. Warren, Joe inventions amounted to much so far as F. Waters, Penny A McAlnter, Owsley A bringing him financial returns. Craig, Q. 0. Wine, S. ii. Myers, Mersbon Notice. Of "Scraps" the Indianapolis " We have in avert ear Black nilth Sbep from lewer Mala Street fe eur Now Suep at tfce back el A. T.Nminellej'fl Jlvery Stable. Tbaablnjc of ear cus teeners lor past favors, we nsk the same In the future. MERSHON A DeBORDE. LOW AS THE LOWEST, For best goods. My stock consists oi well-know- n Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, WILLM. KING. Tinware, Queensware, THE TONSORIAL AETIST, C mfectionerieS; KY. Having snont the most of my life in Canned Goods, Ammunition, Tor Barber Shop, I feel that I am fully able to inpply tho wants baccos, Cigars, Cotton and of the Fnblic in Hair Cat ting, Shampooning Woolen Yarns, Boots and Shaving, order I Seep my Shop in and Shoes, Hats and ask the patronage of all. Ladies waited on at and Caps,. any time. STANFORD, first-clas- A s 0FP08ITETHE PORTMAN HOUSE. Staple Dry Goods Notions and many other articles ton teliiu to mention. ADeBorde.WIUKInr. The Jolly Pathfinders, a company ot real artists and superior specialists, will make fun at tbe Opera House next Mon- dny night. t'Scraps" or "Fun at the Pleas-ur- e Grounds," ! an amusing,, musical comea number of dy, which serve) character actors, minstrels, dancers and aoloit. Tbe company carries its own Goo Cornel Bind, which will parado the streets in uniform and an excellent orchestra for the performance. We havo no hesitancy from tic evidence before us, iu saying that it will be a capital lhow and that he who niies it will regret It. Next Monday , night Is tho time. LAND. STOCK AMD CROP W. B. Clovd, who is in the real business in Stn Dicjo, Gil., sends us photographic views of hi town, which he says U tin a big boom. A lot in the heart of the city was sold to n Cincinnati man last week at J 000 a front foot. Joikip, Varnoh, an wa among the first to greet us And claim us as his guest, lie is still a widower with two t crown children, son and daughter. Miss Mary is such an admirable housekeeper as to make him feel no want In thnt line. The Judge itemed deeply pilncd at the thst had preceded us about the Bourbon Fair p'ctdlng limitation. Mr. and Mrs. Glvcns, nee Miss Nennle Moore, ot Bourbon, wero profus in offers of hospitality.-Cat. Craddock telo-grst- LOCAL MATTERS. Head 0ele? & Craig's prices on cloaks in this papir. Canned Goods, sugar and coffee at job" ber's prices. Metealf & Foster. E:,'.iiraT market price paid for bides, sheepskins, etc, by A. T, Nunnelley. our. bed blankets and comforts before buying elsewhere. Owsley & Craig. Examine Owsley .& Ckaio have reduced prices ntikUa Ia .Ia tltvt mil T?aal Ifiatfr in ac:thcr column. '! on M Metcalp A Footer will have next week the largest line of cooking stoves that was There was surprise and sadness depicted on every countenance when Mr, Barnes ever here before. Call and see them. arose after his sermon Monday night and For Rent a house and lot, very desira- announced that in order to catch a steambly located; targe and commodious; all necboat down the Ohio to Fulton, Tenu , he repair; essary outbuilding; in first-clawould have to bring his meeting to a close wish to rent, beginning with Jan. lit, for 1 a day earlier than was intended. No one or three years. Jai. B. 0ew. had had the least intimation of his change ANOTHER snow of several inches fell of programme, in fact he did not know of Wednetdav and yesterday tho mercury had It himself more than hour beore, his insneaked down alarmingly close to zaro, be formation in regard to the steamer having ing but 1 above. This Is a pretty seyere been obtained from a drummer. In his concluding remarks Mr. Barnes thanked winter so far and don't yon forget it. the people of Stanford for tho considera There will ba a Christmas tree at the tion shown him and the respectful attention 'Halls Gap church Saturday night Dec. giyen his gospel and exhorted those who 25th. Everybody is invited to rome and believed it and practiced its teachings to bring something to put on it, A, 6, Mar- wear the little badgo of recognition that he tin, J. A. Daaaway, Wm. Boono, Commit- bad designod fot tbo purpose. They can tee. be had oi Thompson, the jeweler, at n for $2 60. When tho parting Frelderlcb, editor More Comino John was given for those who had come of the Swiisc American Gazette, of New York, who has recently visited the Swlsi over on the side of the Lord to stand, more s of the large audience colony at Eist Bermtadt, this State, says than the next two years there will be aroie to it. feet. The meeting has been that in new Swieo colonies, numbering 100 persons, productive oi much good and its effects in Lincoln and Laurel counties. He fini'a will continue to be beneficial. A large that .he colonies now here compare favor- crowd saw the troupe off Wednesday and ably with any tbat he had visited in other many a hearty Oodopeed" was given It in lis good work. Siatcp-Co- urr' Journal. , Lan-outeInvl-titiothree-fourth- Judge Morrow Is stirring up some of tho slow going counties of this district as to their uncomfortablo and inconvenient s and other publio buildings. The Interior Journal has already mado a mild kick about an improvement ordered in the Lincoln court house. Someuet Reporter. Yes, and wo are going to continue to kick. We believe the committee appointed by the county court to see that the court loom is a suitable one for its purpose, is fully competent to attend to thoee duties and from all wo can learn the circuit judge is exceeding, bin authority in the matter. With somu changes whioh that committee will make at a small expense, the court house seems to be fully up to the nquirements of the law and we believe our magistrates will be slow to order n useless expenditure of a $1,000 of the people's money unlets there Is a statute foreleg them to every time a new judge wants lo show that he is around. court-house- Hay and oats for eale Harve Mo Roberts. For Rent the Wm. Hays houie and 30 acres of land. F. Raid. For Sale,-- 7 or 8 1001b. shoais. 8. L. Withers, Qitberls Creek. Now is the lime to buy extra flee Shorthorn bulls cheap of A. M. Feland. Oae hundred exlra nice Bhoats for sale; will weigh 110 or 115 round. A. T. Nunnelley. E C Montgomery bought of J. C Johnson 03 hogs, 146 pounds average at -- BUY YOUR Alter thanking my many patrons for their liberal patronage, I hope for a continuance of the same. Goods doJiveieJ ou short notice. Wishing all a a merry Christmas and a happy Now Year, M. D. ELMORE, I am very Respectfully, Stanford, Ky. N. B. Euiorc, Clerk. . w Si Si MYERS ! HOLIDAY Fancy Groceries,a Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Oysters Specialty, either in Bulk or Fresh Can. The following is a list of Fresh Goods just received: Florida OrDEALER IN- - $43.65. r, The tobacco growers recommend that percent, of the tobacco crop of 'SO be whlthbold. For Sale a grade Alderney cow. A No. 1. Will be Iresh in about two weeks. J. L Slaven, Ottenheim, Ey. Dr, Owsley received 100 hogs of 200 pounds weight from John Land Wednesday tbat he had bought a few weeks since at 3 cents. Cattle are slow in Louisville at 1J lo 4 35; hogs are active and higher, running in price from 3 65 to 1, with bulk of sales at 4.40; sheep are quiet at 1 to 3 cents. B. 8. McElroy and W. C. Rogers sold lo Jack Smith, of Chicago, Ey,, an aged jennet and colt and a yearling jennet for $025. R E Young sold to T. M. Lsneve, Columbia, Tenn, 24 head of yearling mules. 20 of them mares, at 87 50 per head. Lebanon Standard. S.D.Oofl sold to W. B. Eidd lost week 60 besd of fat cattle, weight 1.772 lbs., at $4.60. Considering the number this is the heaviest lot of cattle shipped from the bluegraes region, Montgomery not except ed. Henry Oliver sold to A. J. Tribbloa d rf hogs, average weight 308 lbs , at $3.65 and a premium. Winchester Democrat. At Treacy A Wilson's sale of thoroughbred horses at Lexington 81 head, Including 47 yearlings, brought the handsome sum of $83,705, n average of $097 60. Thirty-seve- n head of horses in training and brood road mares brought $4"YJw, an average of $1,351.08, while tho 47 yearlings sold for $33,805, and avenge of $717.13. The 20 animals sold by W. S. Barnes wero knocked donn at $38,600, a clear profit to the owner of about $19,000. D.N. Prewitt bought of Geo. Englt-ma- n 24 head of cattle, averaging 1,300 lbs , at 4 cents to be delivered the latter part of January. Lewis Rout sold his farm in Lower Garrard to James Yeager, of Marlon counly, at $C0 per acre. The tract contained 240 acres. Wn,. Moreland bought 43 shipping cattle averaging 1,545 lbs, from J. A. Harris A Son at $4 per cwt., and rold the same day Id J. S. nugbea at $1.45 lo Cincinnati.-- T VI Tiri. fifty car-loa- PRESENTS M- anges, Bananas, Figs, Dates, Kai-sinFancy Confectioneries, Apples, Buckwheat Flour. BSTl am selling for Cash and Lower than ever before. s, II ST ANFOBD MARBLE WORKS, Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Marble and Granite Monuments, Headstones, Tablets, &c, Posts, Curbing and Cemetery Work, ' of every description, Neatly Executed, and as low as the lowest. Special designs for any desired wojk furnished on application. DEPOT STREET, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. PENNY -- O. G..WINK, m 3 -- AND- t ? I M'ALISTER. Their Prices are as LOW as the D. B. EDMISTON, CRAB ORCHARD, KY., ,1 LOWEST and -- DEALER IN- - Stock Complete GENERAL MERCHANDISE. in every line. F.W3SRYTHIWG MEW AMD CHEAP. tr J :. , M'if -- ' fSi ninr.'ofcc.-fa.-jtfi;tf-- ; ssr;asifcD S,WTWiWIWIIMl:,Miiiili Plili AonKW.TilliWnV !; i. o tTPPI . .0 .JlwiwrfJwAwliitwW FORTUNES BY LUCK., liitll fc1MlWtfcJlArf ' &&. OF PHILADELPHIA. ,.Mt)H Y J STREET FAKIRS WEATHER FORECASTS. THE TONSORIAL ARTIST. ul 1 SOME CURIOUS OLD-TIM- E enanrgaud lialr ultlii due In ih Isteit Tho suspender and handkerchief gontlemcn IjtIk. Lidlre aid Chlidniii giten particular attOROLOGICAL are curious looking objects in business hours. (liH-liention. They are literally loaded down with their wares. Dozens of suspenders of all grades, A Series of Itules In Which Spiders, A Urokcr Telia tlio Story of a Itoruark- The- from the very cheap to tho cheapest mado, ' V''' Gnats, Storks, Cranes, Horses, Sheep able Cne How a Craxy- - Freak Mado ft danglo from both arms, and in each band are and l'lants ore Blade to do Service as Fortuno for a Speculator Another lnrgn quantities of coarsa handkerchiefs At the times are dull and monry scarce and it I hare do rent to p7i I will glre raw cilotnere ranging from !i cents to 15 cents npicca It Weather Prophets. Case. adrantagaof good work at very low prices. I will is not unuMinl to sco four or five of theso felmake areat reduction for raih In prices, Long before, a national weather bureau A well known broker of Wall street iru lows talking together ovor tho state of trade IlomnHhorlnfr, faith .113 Cent or SI chatting u few days ago with somo friends, in gmieml and suspenders and handkerchiefs telegraphed all over tho country its predicftfirfl to JftoitthH.U All klnjj ol produce taken In ociudk for work. Ka would bo nd somewhat surprised them - assorting in particular. They are looked down upon tions as to whether Pitrlrg of all kind dene neitlr and In good style luck has had mom to do with tho mak- by tho fnklrs who own stands, and they move stormy, showery, cloudy or fine, or a Wig-gin- s that btiotlDguddlo, trolling and harnma hones a N. BIZ) PJLATT, began to nnnounco novcr to come ing of sudden and Immenso fortunes In tho in a circlo of their own. Thoy mako about peclaliy. I'alnllnafromfUolS, llMMtlog tiro which wero to shnko a continent, earthquakes for wiKon, t?; making new tlreand putting on 3, street than Is commonly supposed, Ho re- $1 n day each. Other work. In proportion. Tnanklrg rnt friends ferred for onocxnmpla to his oivn experience, Tho lnmp shado fakir Is n character worth or cyclones and hurrienncs which wero to lor their kind pitronige In the put, 1 aollitt the nd said that twice bo had found himself studying. Ho sells nothing but .tlsstio paper blow away cities, households wero governed aimeln the future. 4100,000 or mora better oil at night than ho lamp shades, but ho understands this busincM by a set of rules in the battles of tho elo- WALTER h'IRLDH, was in tho morning, and had at onco realized, from top to bottom. Ho can always gather a monts. These rules are to be found in handho wont down to tho street crowd by showing the many wonderful books published as late as half a century although wben that day ho bod no Idea of making such a shapes into which ho can twist a shade, and ago, and somo of them aro very curious. DR. W. B. PENNY, comfortablu sum. Thrco times by sheer ac lie is constantly practicing the mott graceful Thoy number nearly 200, somo relating to DKKTIdT, cident, for which ho was nptto blame, ho had personal attitudes to catch tho eye, of tho fair tho movements of clouds and winds, others - lost n pretty UtUo fortune, and ho believed pedestrians. Ho is very drama tc in all his to tho appearance of tho sun and moon, and that his own experience could bo matched by gestures and has a deep bass votee, which ho others to tho actions of various animals, including insects and birds, and by them tlio very many of the speculators of tho street. uses with great effect. ancient Wiggins foretold when a storm was operators "Pcnkulvai: Best Sheffield and American Of counw ho excepted thoso great Hiprlv pAaleHlaKSCaaV who, from tholr control of tmmenso amounts mako; tako your cholco for 35 cents," is tho at hand. Somo of tho curious rules, many of A till of cash, from tlioir ownership of controlling sign tacked on to tho sido of an elaborate which aro still referred to In tho conversation interests in largo properties, and their ability stand on Market street Dozen of knives are of everyday llfo, wero ns follows: ThUt powder nrrr ttrlra, a tntTl ol putll) JDrtwmioaa that Ui l'if0PirietSr If spiders, in spinning their webs, mako Mrenth sod wbolMOoionou, Mor4 tcoooinkti displayed in a confused heap on a red cloth to manipulate tho market, wero placed it Shall be deoond to no Countr iolc tbsn the wer of lucky or unlucky accident table, Thoy rango in sizo from a delicato o tho termination filaments long, wo may, in compctlton ordinary kind", sad ofcn not bo.(hort tho Hotel in the 8tato in Its Fare, low tett with the multitude xarl hnndlo penkulfo to a gardener's proportion to their length, condudo that tho weight slum or phosphate powJr. Koldonly la to oIToct greatly their wealth. Appointments, or Atton. caso that pruning knife, but they all cost tho pnnie, weather will bo sovero and continuo so for rani, IiovalIUkino Pownxa Cm, "Perhaps tho most remarkablo OOto on Lancaiter itreet, ezt dxr to Im tion to Comfort of 108 Wall Dlmt. New York ton pr twelve days. ever cuino under my observation," tho broker Tho steel, it is needless to say, is not of tho ior JountfAL office. Offloi i.our from a to 12 a their Gnosis. 1 too r. M. AnctlhetlceadiulclilrreU N.and If thero aro no falling stars to bo seen ou a went on to say, "was that of ono of tho most finest, and tho knives nro finished very wbtr MACK BKUCt-- S I ISi- -l oorenaiT, r. conscrvotivj men now on tho sfreot. Ho is roughly. Thoy nro all good counterfeits of bright summer's evening, you may look for HMxaenllbeeoateyetto aui front ke i, now simply n broker, and sinco Blarl; Friday tho better grades and would fool any one who lino weather. & to Couutrcla Travelere. The Har will Spiders generally alter their web onco in novcr t peculated ono dollar a wortn. x ou was not a good Judgo of cutlery. Thoy sell lias Inaya supplied with trie chslceal remember that threo or four men brought on rapidly and tho knifo fakir makes money. 24 hours; if they do this between 0 and 7 in brands of aid Clgara. tho panic now known os Black Friday by Ho is an Englishman and speaks with a cock- tho evening there will bo a flno nlgbt; if they I hSTenow alter their web in tho morning, oxpoct a lino comerins gold and running tho prico up tfl ney accent Philadelphia Times. day; if they work during rain, expect flno A Full Lino of Whoat Drills nnd many of erntors wero ruined, tho street was weather; and tho more nctlvo and busy tho in a will panic, and universal smash seemed Gooeo Hunting n Dakota. other Agrioultural Implements, imminent, Theso men relied on what thoy A gooso hunting expedition in this region spider is tho finer will bo tho weather. & K. R, Besldeta If many gnats nro scon in snrinir. cxiwetft behoved to bo good assurance that tho gov- requires extensive paraphernalia. Thero nro TUB IIRBAT- would put no gold on tho market no roomy farm houses on tho plains in whicb fine autumn; if gnats fly in com pact bodies ernment To fy person remitting ut that day, and they had locked up pretty ono may siiend tho night Hunters must in tho beams of tho sotting sun, thero will bo Full Linoot Baggies and Wagons much all tho rest of tho gold in tho country therefore, tako with them a tent for covering flno weather. d. In connection with tuy If spiders' webs fly in tho autumn with a Always on that was available. blankets for beds, wood to burn (for all tu' builnm, 1 will slio carry a 10 Till- We will tend tt wood hero is hauled long distances from the south wind, expect nn cast wind and flno LOST HIS HEAD. Complete Stock of Lumber, weather. Missouri bottom), provisions, and drink. "Right In tho midst of tho panic, when the Semi-Weekl- y If bats flutter and beetles fly about thero Both tough and street was llko a madhouse, and many men mis is an alkali country, and ir you find a drcwJ. 1'tlcta on eterjthlDg ai who, in tho morning, supposed themselves house that has a well, tho chances aro the win do a line morrow. -- TTITIIAnd Ibe New York World one year sod a Low at rich wero almost stark staring mad over tho water is too full of alkali to Ira drinkable. . If owls scream during foul weather it will ruin which had befallen them In n fow hours, Wo looked when wo started liko a jwrty of chango.to fair. cranes fly high I totttlt aibtreof jour rairou3j IWaixctfallr history or If htorks and and stoody amd when ulmat tho highest figures had been Immigrants in search of a now homo. One states, touched and nobody was selling short, this largo wagon, drawn by a pair of mules, was thero will be flno weather. I. M. IlllVCE. K1 P1 J OUOil lO iMlhurrlU IfM rtl(. Ml. If tho garden spiders break and destroy piled high with camp outfit, provisions, etc., Ijroker to whom I refer sudd6nly lost his OlfliU PBaftratBlI ranlltlnln ' 7" "." IjOtllrll jilt) it head. Ho had covered early in tho morning and surmounted by two crates containing a their webs and creep away, expect rain or to NunIiyMIin a comparatively small loss, and had been dozen tnmed wild gecso our decoys. In an- showery weather. nl,U)rJrJ? thooidlnay KnJe .Tlt'lliplllH, If thero bo many falling stars on n clear MAGAZINE. looking in during tho day without any per- other wagon wo rode, with guns and other evening in tho summer, thero will bo Ailuiim, thlt rllbout notice, to rtmlt at one. sonal anxiety except that caused by tho fear light articles. MoiilKoiiiury, Publiahod Monthly A concealment In a W. I WALTON, Htanloid, Ky. of a panic that would knock tho bottom out veryhunter's unless the birds fly gooso pit is thunder. stars abovo43 dog., csixx-iallIf tho tho LIUlu Knelt so high that 11 1 1 of every: I. ;. Suddenly, ho noter knew thoy perfqet, tllrwt' IO.VN. can look into it To deceivo North star, flicker strongly and npiear closer rlcaiiM. Molallt himI why, nor has iu r ny but tho most vnguo rece huts tho U., of than auul, lluro will bo rain. ollection of the tiumactlon, ho rushed into oven tho high flje., FIRST NUMBER READY DEO. 15TII. A rainbow hi the looming is tho shepherd's i ! mid heads of tho bawling, howling pit ana sold right and which consUted of Only one chnne to polota In KENTUCKY ..litl:W equipment wo warning. left at their highest figures. Ho probably stuffed wild gecso. B. crunKKft's MjiJiZUK will b In the wldnt If old and rheumatic pcoplo complain of merely added to tlio numbor of our decoys as might havo avoided hU coutracta or his , aud mxailncnl llivatur-rata nutbber wo turned our beads from sido to Ride. Whilo their corns and Joints and limbs onco broken trntea fully Jlluitrated. friends havo invalidated them for him, for ho nt tho place of their union, thero will bo foul ill U me taoai uuuoie paprn io appear durwas undoubtedly insauo when ho did this. hiding in a pi; affords almost erfect concealeomeoi "illuo'UrHNM a wet At all events ho was still selling wben sud ment, tho situation is not a luxurious ono fort orIf thoweather.from chimnoys blows down, ing the tint year area aeilraof UnpublUbrd ofThirkeiay of rery treat ,utoblographlcal black-dirsmoko Shortest and Qolokest Roato from O91 denly there camo that llttlo message from tho hunter. Tho wind drifts tho soft taluej E. H. Waihburne'e KemlnU-eonaHeektng liou'i on tn line of this road wlllrrrrlfr upon him, tho morning nlr is npt to chill or if soot takes firo mora readily than usual, tralKentuokjto all Points North, Secretary Boutwell that knocked tho bottom tbeSlrfe and Couimumol Paria: (lllmp-eaapecial rate. of OotiTtrnrur the Last, West and 8oatliwcst. Tdi4 Agfnttoftbl Coupany for rtM,rout out of tho corner in tho twinkling of an eye, him, and bis quarters are so cramped that or falls down the chimney Into tho grate, ex- to FranceUiarlri cloe of the last Mvrrli, Ml century (giving tc , or write at the oven with a board to sit on, he may bo glad pect rain. Faat Line Between Sell 5,000,000 of gold.' df .crlptlomo! social Iff and cbaraclr at the C. T. ATMORU, a.r.&T.x., If ditches and drains smell stronger than time); a collection ol couttinporery Ittteri "In half an hour more my friend would when tho flight is over for tho time being. U)ubvllle, Kv Beforo sunrLso n great many' flocks of gecso usual, expect rain; and when tobacco smoko Early New York and ittw EogUnd So havo been a lunatic pauper, and, as it was, A tils brother, I think, or sorjojiear relative, had passed north in sight of u, filling tho seems denser and more powcrf ul expect wet clety. Tber it rnu excellent Action, including a Hchedule In Kdsct May It, iuc. found him utterly Irresponsible, and with a air with their cries, but wo wero evidently weather. wrlal by Harold Frederic; ilorira esteodlng If tho marigolds continuo shu. after 7 tbr ugh several nuuiben bf II. C. llunner, J. a. good deal of dlfllculty lod hhu away to his not in their lino of flight Our decoys, with ol Dale, and thrrt; and abort itnriia by II. L. office. There, when ho was told of tho order gooseliko treachery, called loudly to cntico o'clock in tho evening, expect rain. co, , Bo" 4 J. JiLlrer, Sii.1. If tho convolvulus and chlckweod close, Mevrntoo, Jol Coandler Harris,11.TItojtwu, Miu of Boutwell and that tho bottom had dropped their fellows within rango of our guns, but li Jeweu. OcUt Thtnet, U only quo flock gavo us a call, and that so wide thero will bo rain. ,Ex. Hun. Dally Rx. Hun Croebr. and a but ototUeri. out of tho panic, ho did not seem to comprebe published, If sheep, rams and goats spring about in NotableAiptclat papers to ociOlin; Or very earhend tho truth at all, but mumblod some- a one that wo got but two of them. Phila Lve, Oovlngten .. I 10 a m H II Wjlker'ton Willlim '" tho meadows and fight moro than usual, ex- ly are FWurvl'iou llal.jloaaii('illotrri; Mr pis' 5Mf b ' Falmnutti . .. thing which nobody understood. His con- delphia Telegraph. liay Jurn M0 a a a 4 p " Crnthlaua... 10 43 am 10 Uppo 3 It p in pect ruin. C. Hope' on the I'ortralta ol Cxux; Captain tracts, however, were found and taken care 11 31 Arr. on Gout Defence, ete etc. 10 40 pm 6 15 p re III If asses shako their cars, bray and rub and a rapid estimate showed Greenwood Cemetery's Unclaimed Dead. Thla fine null will aland the eeawtrt now of by his clerks, " Lexington will he publlthed at II H 10 pin it 17 pit 8 10 p u 'cainxia'a Miruzixs my ono tbe Superintendent Wells tells u story illustrat- against walls and trees, expect rain. that ho stood to tho good not lor from a year, orUcentaa copy. S ub criptlont may be half mile from ttablvon CourtLncatlr atTike ,tbe Lve. I'arit. 11 Houae, 0 a m to 41 p m Stanford ()J If cattlo leavo off feeding and chaso each tent to any otwadeaUrur booaaeller, or to HJpQ When they told him ho did not seem to ing how selfish human nature crops out oven 12 SO ol breeding tbe cow un- Arr. WlnrheaUr, teaaoo, wl'h the prtvtlece " laehmonj. IMppw'll 20 pn 8 13 p a comprehend. Ho had not been drinking, for in tho sacred duty of burying ono's dead. At other in their pastures, it will rain. ml Pud til tbe cow provei la call lloooy due when cow 7 is pir CHATtr.RS HCnitlMUCN NOW. " Lancatur .. I a 07 iioL. . If cats lick their bodies and wash their Llilicas, 713 and 715, liroadway Nw York. li nnt if rte-llio was a teetotaler. Suddenly thoy missed tached to tho cemetery is a receiving vnult " Hianlord 8 00pm) ..... Maiiuliof AdeHnVa aire, Herbert, bla 'tire Iiim. They could not find him in the street, that will hold 1,100 bodies. Coffins nro kept face, it will rain. Apollo tui Dam Imported doutbern IltauLve. Richmond... 2 00 pta If foxes and dogs howl and bark moro nor in tho gold room, nor in any of tho other there until lots aro procured and graves preArr, Berea... 20 p ml MarquU of Adllma't dam, Adtllne, bet tire brokers' olllces ha was accustomed to visit. pared for them. The fee for leaving bodies than usual; if dogs grow sleepy and dull, " Llvlnjton- -. S 43am! THE CUT.TIVATOU imponrd Uncle Torn dam Imported Lady Fishat the tlmo of which ho spoke was $1 each, rain. Nobody had seen him. Ho had not gono to er. Knr further particular! aa to pedigree im II. If swine bo restless and grunt loudly; If and it was kept at this flguro until it came to Lis home, and his family at midnight, becomK.n. B. No. I No. II No. I ing thoroughly alarmed, notified the police bo noticed that the vault was gradually fill- they squeak and Jerk up their heads, there Thla It a very fine young Bull from a celebrat-e- J will be much wind. From this rule sprang lamlly ot mllkert Includlog tbe cow Kcbo, tbe that ho wo3 missing and temporarily de- ing up and tho arrivals wero constantly larger tho proverb: "Pigs can see greatest of htrday; her owner having refuted U, Lve, Uvlnpton. 8 00 an! much wind." ranged, no was found wandering up Broad- than the departures. Investigation showed OOO for ber. 10 K am The Uat of the If moles cast up hills, rain. Iloltteln-Frtlala- n way long past midnight, muttcrmg bis calls that some of the bodies had been left there have taken tbe Arr, lUchraond m. II 43a ml cattle Tbe If horses stretch out their necks and sniff AGRICULTURAL a lead aa the bett fjr tbe WEEKLIES, theribortbnrn producesfamily, andfine crote witht Lve, Rowland end recognizing no one. Nor did bo know for years, waiting tho further attention of 7 20 a m animal, " friends who never camo. Thero were ascer- the air and assemble in the corner of a Hold . any one for nearly two weeks. Ho was on ami . ...MM will buy all the raal calves begotten by thlt Arr. Lancatur The Country Uentleman la the Leading Jourwith their heads to leeward, rain. ltlchmond... II 00am the verge of paralysis of tho brain, and bare- tained to bo over 500 of theso coffins, and nal of American Agriculture. In amount and Hull at good pilots delverol at weaning time. Lve. Richmond mice be restless it will rain. If rats and m..m 1 ivp mi 8 03 am ly pulled through. When after two weeks' finally tho corporation dug n trench and practical value of contenta. In extent and ability If, II. XII.IjIUI. pm 180-t- l If peacocks and guinea fowls scream and ofcorreaposdence, In quality of papfr and style sunfjid, Ky. Arr. Winchester.., ' 2 10 pn 7 00 a ml.... illness ho woko one morning rational his first placed all of town in it, styling tho gravo B cq a in beait rant It befliatrank. It thought was that ho was on 'Change. Ho re- "Tho Unclaimed Dead." After that tho fee turkeys gobble, and if quails make mora of publication, do occupies In either of the la auperlor Lve. Lexington lieved to have three u p n 7 Jl I n 2 43 pm F for receiving bodies at tho vault was raised noise than usual, thero will be rain. nothing of his operations, but membered Lve Parlt ..- -.. chief dlvltlona of w mi 20 1 in s pta 1SS7. If sea birds fly toward loud and laud birds very vividly so much of tho panic as to $30, which sum is applied on tho burial lot Cynthlana... 2 59 P mi I 53 a m 4 40 pm 8 17 .. 4 47 P m 10 Ola m s is pm " Covlngt acccuut when a lot is bought Sinco then toward tho sea, thero will be rain. ho had witnessed before ho began to operate Farm Crops and Procoises, Ait. on. lOOjmi HS0 a m 6 43 pm tho cock crows moro than usual and only fow bodies Imvo boon deserted in th If 3iimelf. It was a long time beforo his physiHorticulture & Fruit-Growinearlier, expect rain. cian icrinitted him to bo told that ho had by vault Now York Tribune. If swnllowBfly lower than tisual, expect .ttATrtVILI.i: IIIIAMJH. his crazy freak mado a fortune. He has kept IXiTJTj Live Stock and Dairying, rain. Sisters at tho Race Course. it, too, for from that day to this, as I said, he :ns novcr bought a stock except for InvestTwo black robed figures stood patiently , If the crows mako a great deal of nolio and Wbllalt alio Includes all minor dprtnienti of rural Intenat, aucb aa tbe Poultry Yard, Entomolo-fy- . Dally I Dally Harper't L'azarcomblnet the eholcoat Hteralura waiting near tho betting ring at tho Shecps-bea- d fly round and round, expect rain. ment. Oreenhoiue and Uraptry, If water fowl scream moro tbnn usual and Ex. tiuo.lrSx. Mun. and tbe flnat art llluitratlona wltl the latest ANOTHER CASE. bay raco courso tho other day. Thoy Itepllee, Farm Qiirttlona and Anawers, Ffre-aifaablont and the mot umIiiI family reillng. lit tbo water, rain. Heading. autuuiarv 2 00pm There was another caso that I'm always never moved except to address a word to each plungo into in general expect their feathere, of ibo newaof Uouieatio Ecooouiy and aItrpcrtaare atorln, poo rut and etiayt by thn brat writers Lve Covington... " lioxlnglon .... If birds pick tre week. lit uiarket 7 tf Thoy wero sisters of a in 4 25 p a and Itrhumoroui ikeU'bea are unmrpaueJ. lit when I see a young man in the other occasionally. reminded of " Parlt atuntlon 5 IS a in 5 20 pu on aortal etiquette, droaratlvu art, bouara 1hj religious Older, and as tho throng of men, wash themselves and fly to their nests, it will unuauilly complete, and muchtbtowlng lightpaid street, who U a very bright chap, and will upto tbe proapect of tbe cropa, aa 8 40 k in A 41 pm eeplrgl" all Its branch, cooker r, ete., make It ArrMllleraburg...... rain. " Carll.le.... on oneof the incut Important queitloni When 10 lienrd from somo day. HU father was tho somo laughing and careless, somo wild eyed OS ui If cranes placo their bills under wings, buy and when to lell. It la lioeralfy llluatratod Inlirput4ble lu eviy fiomtliold. It beautiful " Jobntori..., '..MM.MM...M..M' 9 lil a in 0 56 n 10 9 40 a m 0 d p president of a savings bank somen hero down and bitter of faco, passed them, dollar after rain. " Mayavllle, and Is Intended to tupply In a continually Incrra-aln- g tutiKrlp-tlonb- y I0M lil 740 pjc Uilrs toMva many tlmea tho full nl oust, and komew hero in 1870 took a lot of dollar dropped into tho reticulo which ono of degree and In the belt aenieof tbe term, a If bees remain In their hives or fly but a lielng ihtlrown ilrcHainikera. Not a line Southern Mtuuootn second at 00. Ho in- tho sisters held open, but unobtrusively, be- short distanco from thorn, rain. la admitted tu i bock tbe tKfit-'uluiriDally 1.1 foro her. "I have watched them Itcforo as I Dally XeHHHpi'r, moat failldloui lit coin unit bat ccull to buy them for tho bank, but thinktended taiiu. If fish bito moro readily and gambol near Ex. Mun.Rx. bun havo today," tald a Nowarker. "Thoy aro tho surfaco of streams good thing kept them for him-scling ho had a and ixuids, rain. Although the Country UeulUman baa bieu I.e Mayavllle... . a rn 12 M p m Tho ianic of 1373 knocked Southern always just so calm and cheerful, and just so N If gnats, flics, ctc.blto sharper than usual, greatly eulaigeri, tint irrrua toiiilime k below Ilarper'a Weekly ran vi:n. " Joinou (M7 St 00 indifferent to tho passion which you sco in expect rain. ui I S'j p m Slinuootaa down to nothing, and tho presiwhen paid alrlct j tu alranci. ' IVirllt'- 7 n m 2 28 p m 4 00 One tcpy oux ytr, 3.' b j lour coplpiSlO, ord an Harper's Magazine ' Mlllenburg dent threw tho liouds into n box in his library almoit overy man's face. They are levying 7 10a ir, 2 50 pro If worms croep out of tho ground in great a4dlt'Oi.alcojiy tor tli ytar 4 00 Arr I'arl lu toe render ol Harper's lljz.ir .......... .. 8 Ida mi 3 15 p m iit IiH liouv?. Ho wai afterward obliged tb a tribute for tho lord in tho ilovil'a abode. numbers, expect rain. llietlub, 'Jen copes Su. and addlttocal cony one " Lnxingwn, ... 9 OS n ui 8 10 pm Young I'esple Tho tributo is bigger compromise with his riixlitors and throw in a That's what I call tTlin.f If frogs nnd toads croak moro than usual, jear Irtololtj aubcanliera the club paying In ad- Ilarper'a Frinkltneiiutre Hbrary oue yrnr, 'i 00 "Civlngton II SO a la il no p in Harper't than you think. Tho winners givo because, expect rain. Jot of btuir, among it being, us ho supposed, &TAll new for 1SS7. vance bow, will receive iroui the (52 numbcra) Mnr wn-kltho Southern Minnesota1. Tho wholo lot at tho inonoy camo easy; tlw losers givo to proIf tho crickets sing louder than usual, it receipt ol tbe remittance,tbetnjanuaiyt 1847, with Ilarper'a lUndo AnJyrjerlet, ojo year (32 10 00 -,pitiate fortuno. I know men who would not will rain. T,ln,1,na "n1 Jlly Wtwern that time would not have brought over cutcnargH. Hpeclmencupl. Ire". Addiest aud Cincinnati; other train 13 00 aru dally Xatpr this uinu ramo to New York and went daro to pass without leaving something with Nmbcri) bbrUErt lUCKEtt & tOS, 1'ubllibo a. exwpt Sunday. If the owls screech, death is near and tbcro Albiay, New York, IIo mado money at first, but tho sisterj." Now York Cor Chicago Heron'tho ktro-'tl.u re '" Je "l Winchester with will bo raia Toxtego free to a.' I itibccrlLcrt In tbo Unllrd Clieaaraka J' Ohio tor Mt. Hterllng, Aahland. cither in tk. summer of I860 or early In 1SS1 ald. lluatfngton, Charletton, W. Vs., and liaalern If tho sea cucmono shut, and according to and Canada. ciu ho was badly bitten in oil, and was, as ho tho oxtent it opens, ec will tho weather bo One Knrth'auako ltecords of Uio Itoclis. supposed, u ruined hian again. Tho very THE The Voluueaotlhatbe Eazir begin wllh the or less so. Ill many parts of tho world tho process of evening that ho had inndo up hU mind to ask Ant Number for January of each tear. When no If porpoises nnd whales sport about ships, vt- tin. It mentioned, aubicrlplloni will begin w.ta w,"cl",,l tho next day for mi accommodation from hU denudation has left detached columns and expect a hurricane. theNumbircimoort at time vf receipt of order, pinnacles of rock which aro readily overcreditors, his boy, who was then aliout II, n1 Uound Volumca ol llamer't Itazar, for tbco yeart .1 JI!0Vi,h "ck,,, cheeked to any If tbo trefoil contract reached by railroad, camo to him to ask if ho might havo a pteco thrown or destroyed, whilo in countries ouco thunder and heavy rain. its leaves, expect back. In neat cluth binding, will be aent by mill, 3 ""' '8ent of tl16 postpaid, or by ezprcas, frMi ol exrcoae (provided comprHny"'rr,UUUr' of paper with pictures on 4to paste in hU worn by glaciers thero aro thousands of poised If tho molo digs his holo two feet and a half tbe rrtlgntdoea not exceed ono dollar per volume), bowlders which aro equally sensitive to wrap book. B.K. III MOIWE, D.A.FKKLBY, lorS7.0yper volume. dcop, expect a very sovero winter; if twofoet Vtu- - :at. ''Tho father was about to say yes without shocks. Theso natural seismometers furnish deep, not so Bevero; if ono foot deep, a mild Cloth Casei for each volume, suitable for bindTnr' Luxlniton K Covington, Kv. ing, will be tent by mall, poatpald, on receipt: of looking, when ho recognized thocrisp rustling a means of determining whether severe earth- winter. 7 ' II. K. liUMTiKUTOM' Receiver. 81.00 each. of parchment paer, such as is usually used quakes havo visited, sinco a very remote (leneral Hfflcet, Covington, Ky, HBt?ESr!L!jeW9allAMLaaX ?1 flnJUT Iteulttanceatboiildbouadeby Poitofllco MonIf robins approach nearer houses than period, places whero thoy havo nevrr been orJtond. lie snatched tho bond from tho ey or Draft, to avoid chancooflosa. jSKjHSIKjBaaBHMJlaB tW usual, expect frost; if cuch Newrpapers are not tocopr tbli advert'tement boV ham), and it was a Southern Minnesota, recorded. A study of Slialer ovidenco has tho frost will continuo. tho ico crack much without the expreaa order ol Harper A brothers. shown Professor N. S. that certain worth nbout par. Address HAlirKlt& BHOT1IKUS, New York If tho leaves of tho trees move movo with"'Wh'-'r-o on earth did you got thfep ho portions of tho Rocky mountains, ths regions of tho upper Tennessee liver, tho coast out any perceptible wind, rain may bo uskod. Brooklyn Citizen. " 'Why, up in tho attic in a chest, wbero district of Moino, with Saxony and somo "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." other parts of Europe, havo been exempt Tho OrlKlnnl 11111I Only cniilnp. somo of your old' books and papers uro, and Carrying Too Bruch Debt. Fh u4 il.Hi 1WIM. IWwtrt f Horlklru ImluUmi from grout shocks for somo tens of thousands there are a good many more of tliein.' "Hi, sir I bo did not die of pneumonia; ho . 8TAHH)RD. KY, of years. Arknnsaw Traveler. "J don't ttiink tho father was long in makSPANl'OBD, K.Y. "i died of bill brokers, sir. Ho projected an uning tracks to tho attic, and thero ho found hlckclrp t'bnnlc.l Co...lt NAME PAPER. - Proprietor wise improvement of a plow of real estate, W. P. WALTON, Cultivation of Frogs". Hqtlrtl,l'hUd,l', . Lis long forgotten Southern Minnesotas. u ,.v A tract of land ou tho western shoro of, mado loans, covered himself with bonds and Kr-Thoy ivcro worthless when ho put them away, .utll.n- - 1'rnnyruxal I'lllfc g lalco, near Canoga, has been leased Tnortfjnges, and finally incftrrod a street debt Cayuga Bite of Huge, 20x50. Eight oomulete sett of Dcea hut thoy wero worth their faco now For Mis ly Dr. M.L. BOURNE, BUnford. 604 liko $S0,O00, I think; at nil events to Rochester parties for tho cultivation of or Vl,WU, which rapidly rolled up to 18,000 Tuelay and Friday at tbe ,ltcaonble ratea to good attractions enough to put our friend on lib feet, and ho frogs. Tho raising of frogs for tho Now and crushed tho llfo out of him. IIo borrowed ft pulilltUed every low price of money on call, got paper discounted, anil ho kasux touched a thing since that hasn't York market has como to bo a recognized in- worked, lived and died for tho werei4lilIMeo.-!ntnbill brokers. turned to gold. Ho has just taken tho boy dustry. Thoro is a largo frog farm in tho Yc, sir, ho died of a street yourOMihtt im.,i YKAH. which OnrailM dabt, JJBB V into his office, and a mighty bright lad ho is, neighborhood of Waterloo and sovcral in ho oxpended his strength overy uponthrow- TWO UOIiLARN to a I11T i,V I iKmn to ui (ui Couoirticn an4 Cittu 'l week, Canada, and still the demand is greater than ho is a genuine Mascot We litre aol I comll.r. fOeuiotMl o.i and ills father thinks ing It ahead from ono day to seven. aijlf, tnd In trrrr c unfair i,Mt,, I: tho supply. New York Sun. , New York Sun. uuzlvanutwucUca. Goods Chronicle Vfilanlkjth. 8TAFOD, KY Aleott JL I.I.I., Itrxsi Catslol Cl. Another A popular street song In London closes and men is bond of sympathy between hogs OOo4 eoatn alio Mlu Htret, twn lludton.N. Y. A clersymn.n exhorted his congregation to -- or n,i ctnolnnatl,! found in Indiana, whero a throat CLassia- "merely for telling a the Uyera tlotoli with the refrain that unio. disease resembling diphtheria is carrying off j "votens you pray," and later on ho advixed Cold ly DruggUli. "two Ut 4mntnlairr PurNirou Ovll" wan ho was wrong," ho, the singer, got them to "pray often." Noatly and Cheaply Ezooutod. quired. thousands of tho dwellers in styes. fiUt ill.OO. lovely black eyes.' WALL STREET MEN FREQUENTLY GET RICH BY PURE ACCIDENT. Familiar Flgnrna on tlio Sidewalk The Handkerchief anil Suspender Stan, itv ,t;MoVoho$tyf. Champion Horse Shoerl MamaLaBaWa'Har jBBHiaHEKiB ' If I tfalt i jT7!saarseaaaja,z2?T". IJIPISVll.IiK. Jit,, MYERS HOTEL, POWDER Absolutely Pure- Htnniord, STAWFOHD. KY Propr Kontuolcy. E. H. BUKNQIDK. This Old and Well .Known Hotol Still Maintaluu iu RopuiKtlou. u d lit-tl- Buggy Implement House. L.&N. Nashville -- LIori Louisville A Big Offer; Interior Journal h' T1IK0UG II TRUNK LINI thisi:i: iMr.i, tits m mm SOUTH & WEST Pulluian Palace Sleepers, any one. 112-t- rr at SGRIBNER'S tMMSlit'" y II IM.DSIim etr Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS CENTflIL I Let-trr- Kutue." of ltr at IiEXIOT. tfOPIU-UOU- ClSVlSXATt tiii: TiiiiRuntiiui:i HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL .u.vhqujs or aii:mm:. l'arla..., Uia 1831 1887 Hoarra-BOOM- Country Gentleman, rtr .,. tit .. iil9 HARPER'S BAZAR. SIRATBD. NotTII-liOOK- g. de 1 fatblou-plaleaan- le v', bOOTll-llOI't- il f. 1 ' it tr O. Win-chtal- . SEMI-WEEKL- Y- Wat'ii;:1011'' "" bpte "j "lia PENNYROYAL PILLS Interior Journal OP ERA HOUSE W. P. WALTON, Pro'r. I'KR e omo-thln- T.lh.r "Dry i aroio "worbl all 6VHOI20N Eurru, DHrVTC H - fja W fSSfwfpw urommuuunuuuMittif mmu UnlTUH to repent that had bccn.dono to them, eho roso up sorrowing nnd "I will uot leavo tho cartlu Whllo my sister nngcls wero hero I might havo rested In my Father' lxsom, for innn neeilelmo not; but now that they havo Hod, I will seek to mako man listen to my volco, telling him that ns ho cherished forgiveness here, so that fcrfilvcnow will cherish him hereafter." At that moment a now nnd moit beautiful star blared In tho heavens. It was tho star l'olntlng to it Forgiveness of Bethlehem, It sold, "Behold, tho light of tho world shine ns a promise tbnt I will over dwell tipon tho earth." And I'cneo nnd Love, flow back nnd tvp nowir unco left tho earth. So tho loveliest angels of heaven camo homo to tho world on tin first Christmas morning. wlfo had died and left him childless. Thro happy pnra passed away nlmostwlthout n cloud. You grow, and throve. Every day seemed to my dolighted eyes to glvo a now charm, n now beauty to my treasure; and then In tho midst of my Joy you fell 11L Day 7 j& NATURE'S ANSWER. A man would build a house, and found As fair as any on tho earth's fair face; d a place V 1 ttWJLwi V Wflflfl Mil A The play Is done, the curtain drop. Blow falling to tlie prompter's bf 11; A moment yet tt actor stop, And lool-- i around to my farewell, ItUnn Irksomo word and Us It; And when he's lauxhtd and said his Ha shows, oj bit remoTps the mask, A face that's anjthlnr but gay. ht, One word ere yet Uie erenlnjc ends, Iet'a clooo It with a partlnic rhyme; And plwltfo a hand to all young friends, On life's AsCtathe merry Christmastime; ride scena you, too, hare part That fate ere lea sbsll bid you play; night'- - with bo wit, gentle brarU Oood A kindly greeting go alway. Good night' -- I'd aay tho griefs, tho Joys, Just hinted In thU mlmlo page triumphs and defeat of boys The Are but repeated in our ago; I'd my your womwrro not lea keen, Your hopes mora tain than thoxo of men; Your pangs or pkasurre of fifteen plajed o'er again. At forty-flvI'd My wo suffer and wo strive Nor leM nor more as men than boys; With grlrzlrd Uyirds at forty-flw- , A ent at twelve hi corduroys; And If, la thne of sactvd youth. We loomed rt homo to lore and pray, Pray Ilcaren that early love and truth ' Jlay never wholly pa away. And In the world, as In the school, I'd say how fate may change and shift The ptlrn lie avnetlmes with the fool, The ram not always to ttta swift; "" The strong may yield, tho good may fall, Tho CTTftt mm le a vulgar clown. The knare l lifted over all, The kind cart Itllessly down. Wlio knows Uie liiftcruUtilA design! Ulrnvt! I He who took and gavel Why sboukl your mother, Charles, not mkio, lie wrpintf ether darling's grave? We bow to llraten that willed It so, That darkly rules the fate of all, or the Mow, Tint sm- - ' ttw That's frvo to glie or to recall. ThU crowns hU feast with wine and wit. Who brought him to that mirth and stats t him sit. Ills brttrru, sec. Or hunger hopek-s- s at tle gate. Who bade the mod from Dhcs' wheel To spurn the rags of tauirusf Come, brother, In that dust we'll kneel, Oonfrndng Heaven, that ruled it thus. So each shall mourn; In life's advance. Bhall grieve for many a forfeit chance And longing om1ou unfulfilled. Amen'- - w listen, r fate be sent, the heart may kindly glow, lYay Dear hopes, dear friends, untimely killed; bent Although the head with catva with the winter snow. And Mlilt-ned 01 li Come wealth or want, come good or ill. oil ami young accept tbelr jort. e And lmw And lar It with an honest hrnrt. Who mlsKPS, or who wins the rlre, (Jo. lourt or conquer, si you Hut If ou fall, or if yvu rise. lie rash, pmy God, a gv&Utman. tlie awful will. f cn; A gentleman, or oVl or young! (IWar kindly with my humble lap) The rend chorus flrht i sung TImi rtrst of Christmas iiiys ihrrd heard It owhrad, Tlte y) fill angl mlx-- il tlien; Gler to Ileau'liou high, It said. ou earth M gftl! man. And tin- - l... Ik l Utile worth; ary jwii aside. Aid wlh j ou health, and lovo and mirth, As IK th holeoin Curfctwnstido, My ,1 lay the sni. liv this, save g"l hlr Irfrth. C'brtalm As (its Onouruarol still-- Co Bo thta. on earth, wac mi enrtli, lie To men f g title wllk v iu-u- s Makkimuctb Tiucsciur. ic And up nnd down 'twlxt heaven and earth, In llw glorloai grief and solemn mirth, Tho shhiini; n.scU climb. D. M. Iuucx. It is ChritmAs tima ; Three Angola on tho I'lrst Chrlstmns Morning. Ylicn Ood crcnUnl man Ho commanded HU aii;iH to visit him on enrth mid guldo him In his wnyH, so that lio might havo n fore-tAsof tho bliti of tbo lifo to cotno. But man sought nftr sensual joys In tho placo of thoso In licnvon, nnd growing greedy of worldly fruit, liegan to ijnnrrcl with hfa neighbors for tho possession of them; and tho guardian angels wept among themselves. But when tho strong oppressed tho weak nnd toolc from them by force tho product of their toil, Justlco two up (sorrowing, nnd, leaving earth, flew back to heaven. And jwben tho weak ovomuno tbo string with treachery and deceit, nnd got from thorn by cunning what tboy feared to tako by force, Truth roso up sorrowing, nnd, lea ring earth, flow Ixvck to heaven. And hen tho Injured wrnt forth to Elay thMr Injurcn), and crimsoned tbo plain with their brothers' blood, Peuco roso up sorrowing, nnd, leaving tho earth, flow back to heaven. Thus each bad net scared somo good angel from tho world, until Forgiveness, tho most beautiful of nil, alone rcmnlned behind.' And when i.ho licanl Anfjcr nnd Rovenpo whisper In men's c?.m, pnd,cwtosal tbm dork to !' Soft hills, dark woods, smooth meadows richly green, lakes the hills between. and night, night and day, I wntehed by your And cool bed nay, Jnnct, glvo mo no thanks; it was Ho built his house within this pleasant land stately, house, long years to selfish lovol It waa all jn vain that doctor A stand; would not Hut, rising from his paradise so fair, and nurso argued with mo. I lcavo .you. It was fovcr and must run Came Fever in the night, and killed him there. course, they said. If you should recover, my "Oh, lovely landl" ho cried, "how .could I know strength would bo needed when you could That death was lurking under this fair show!" know and call for mo; but I would not listen, And answered Nature, merciful and stern, nnd one night ns I sat bcsldo you all tho room "I teach by killing. Let tho others learn." grew dark, and 1 know no more. When I re- A man would do great work, good work and covered I could not riso from my bed, but I true; Implored with passionate tears to bo taken to lie gave all things he had, all t lngs ho knew. you. Then some ono came forward and sat He worked for all the world, h ono desire down besido mo nnd took my hand, and I saw To make tho people happier, btter, higher; it was Andrew. It gavo mo no surprlso Used his best wisdom, used his utmost strength, dying In MOTHER'S XMAS STORY. that him there. I dimly remembered that I And,giant evilsOut struggle, found at length to see he had fought, the same; The seemed to seo blm before when I wo ill, And that the world be loved scarce knew his had Pnin-Cur- or . ' for tho moment his presence calmed and name. Motbi r nnd I were sitting hy tb flro on m6. "Has all my work been wrong? I meant so H Christmas night. Twenty bappy yoara wo welll 'Mary,' ho said, in his old, quiet tono, 'if bad spent together, almost alone, for father you do not do as I tell you you will die; and, I loved so mucht" be cried. "How could I tell?" answered Nature, merciful and stern, And died before I know him; nnd we hod never what is more, the child will UIo too.' killing. Let tho others learn." "I sjirang up with a scream and struggled "I tcAch by been rich, nnd were perhapia little sclOsh, to go to you. 'My child, my child 1' I cried. A maid was asked la marriage. Wise as fair, for wo loved each other so heartily that wo "'She is not your child sho famine,' ho She gavo her answer with deep thought and time from each other could scarcely prayer, said, in that calm tone of truth which had for tho few of our own class whom wo camo never failed to convince me, and which now Expecting in the holy name of wife great pain, and greater Joy in life. across, who being better off than ourselves, pierced llko a sword of ico into my heart. Great work, might nnd holding thcmselvca rather higher, seldom 'Yes, she is mine! Listen.' His quiet eyes Such work she found as brainless slaves do; eeemedto need our help or sympathy. "We controlled mc, his quiet words subdued mo. Ily day and night, long labor, never through. bad plenty of poorer neighbors whom we 'When you were very ill, dying, they Such pain no language can such pain reveal; If don't buy my Christmas Trix of loved and who loved us, but tboy In noway thought, my name was often on your lips, It had no limit but her power to feci. In employ between us or made tho happiness nnd they discovered and tent for me. On tho Such joythelife left her sad soul's Interfered hopo nor memory of Joy. same day n child was born to each of us, and Neither wo felt In being together loss complete. It my wife and your child died. "We might Helpless she died, with one deppalring cry: wu only In tho last year that a now strong have hoped for her If her bnby had lived," "I thought it good I How could I tell tho lie?" Interest bad como Into our lives, and this raid the doctor; and I gave my child to you. And answered Nature, merciful and stern, Harry brought; nnd on Now Year' day ho Can you not bear what I have borne T "I teach by killing. Let the others learn." Charlotte r. Stetson In Woman's Journal. and I were to bo married. From the first "Oh, Janet, my child, bis words were healmoment when ho brought mo homo to mother, ing, and the sorrow thnt from that hour I WEALTHY COLORED CITIZENS. tried to boar was taken from mol" having picked mo up from tho muddy At first when mother ceased speaking, tho hero I had fallen bruised ami helpless world, and love, and lifo teemed to me to bo The Cnrnllnaa Tako the Lend From Half In tho midst of a crowd, slio seemed to tako n Blilllon Down. blank and hollow, but in a few moments I and never from thnt day rose from my .tent nnd kneeled at her knees. him Into her heart, John V. Cromwell, a negro journalist In did sho let ono jealous fooling come between Philadelphia, has compiled an exhibit of the "Oh, mother, dear my fatherP Ah o dealer in Nuts, Raisins and Tropical Fruits, Fresh Oysters, Celery, her and mc Of course, sho waa to llvo with "He died long ago. Janet, do you lovo business condition of Ills race In America. The Carolina.! toko the lead in tho number us; even Harry could not havo mado a, home meP negroes. North Carolina has Ac , &c: "Then, as we kissed each other I knew that of for me without her, and tbo only thing she did which for tho moment wo thought in all our lives of happy love dear mother twenty who are worth from $10,000 to 30,-0ever each. Jn South Carolina tho negroes own hard, was when, a week before, sho bad in- and I had never been to near together. $10,000,000 worth of property. In Charlessisted on Harry' going homo for ChrUtmas. ton fourteen men represent $200,000. Thomas "Go to your father and mother, Harry, and THE COMPLAINT OF SANTA CLAUS. IL Smalls is worth $18,000, nnd Charles C. lcavo Jnnct with mc sho sold. "You and Leslie is worth $13,000. Tho family of sho hopo to bo together all your lives, givo us The snow lies deep on tho frozen ground, Noisettes, truck fanners, nro worth $150,000. old folks ono more chnnco of feeling you all And tho Christmas night Is cold, In tho city savings banks tho negroes have our own." Aiid Harry, with a look nt me to And I shine liefore the rime so hoar $124,rCfl.85 on depwlt. Ono man has over oo what 1 thought, had agreed. Can it be I am growing old) Ho recently bought a $10,000 plantaf.'i.OOO. Long years ago when the Christmas chimes tion and paid $7,000 In cosh. Slide merry tho midnight sky. In Philadelphia, John McKeo is worth When the carolers' call filled houses and hall. Will havo hid usual stock of Ho owns 400 houses. Sovcral ore $500,000. And wassail and mirth ran high. worth $100,000 each. When the harlequin mummers reeled andtianced, Tho negroes of New York own $5,000,000 to And the great yule log blazed bright ; $0,000,000 worth of real estate. P. A. White, When the walls were green with n summer sheen. a wholesale druggist, is worth $250,000, and In holly and yew bedlgbt; lias an annual business of $200,000. Cathcrino When the feces of nil, th young, the old, Black fa worth $150,000. Weiu brimming with spsrkllng cheer-A- ye, In New Jertey tho negroes own $2,000,000 thoxe wrre the times when Christmas chimes worth of real estate. Baltimore has more 1 J Special Attention is'called to a Large Slock of Were tho merriest sounds of the ) earl negro homo owners than any other largo city. Nineteen men nro worth a total of I snapped my fingers In Jsck Frost's teeth, While the snow was wavering down, $500,000. John Thomas, tho wealthiest, fa And the Iclcl-- s hung from my beard I flung worth about $150,000. Lei than 100 negroes My beard that waa thsn to brown) in Washington ore worth n total of $1,000,000. In Louisiana tho negroes pay taxes on And I wrapped myself In my griixly coat, AT GREATLY In Now Orleans, nnd $30,000,000 In tho And lit my pipe with a coal From Hecla's crest, where I stopped to rest, state. Ionto Lafon, a French quadroon, is On my way from the Northern role. worth $1,100,000. Tho Mercer Bros., clothiers, carry a stock of $300,000. Missouri has Sly rebdoers-- O, tliey were brisk and gay twenty-sevecitizens worth $1,000,000 in My sledge, it could stand n pull; amounts ranging from $20,000 to $250,000. My pack, tho' great, seemed a feather's weight. "COME AND BIT JIEUK, JANJ.T " The richest colored woman of the south, No matter how crammed and full ! So that Christmas evening Mother nnd I Amanda Eubnnks, mado by tho will of her something in My heart it was ttout In thoso good old days, were nlono. There had boon DEALERS IN whito father, is worth $400,000, and lives near nn Inward glee; And warmr-ti- i mother's manner nil day which I could not Tor I thought of the mirths of a thousand hearts, Augusta, Go. Chicago, tho homo of 18,000 not understand. Sho teemed to havo somecolored people, has three colored firms in Where the little ones watched for me. thing on bor mind. Bho was loving nnd tenbusiness wboo proprietors represent $20,000 der to mo, to tender that I thought that no Bo I gathered my sweets from far and near, each, ono $15,000, and nlno $10,000. Tho And I piled my cunniugest toj ono hod over hod a mother Uku mtno, and yet Eastlako Furniture company is worth $20,000. when I spoke to her tho seareoly (Unheeding tho swirl, for tho Innocent girls, sometimes A. J. Scott hns $35,000 invested in the livery And the rollicking, nyuiih boys. happy day heard mn. But wo had a quiet, business and fa worth $100,000, Including n wo nlwnys wore happy together and lato in Hut tho times havo sobered and changed since well stocked farm in Mirhlgan. Mrs. John tho evening mother wit down in lwr chair by thou. Jones and Richard Grant ore worth $70,000 My merriment Rapt forlorn: the flro nnd sold: each. A. G. White, of SL Loufa, formerly FOR THIRTY DAYS from this dav we will nflpr nur mtU i i?..n "Come nnd sit here, Jwiet, on your Jittlo My beard a white ns on Christmas night purveyor to tho Anchor lino of steamers, Of okl was tho Gloiton thorn. nnd jiut your bend on my knee. I hn o ttool, after financial reverses, has, sinco tho ago of and Winter Good?, consisting of a nice line of all kinds of .CothiDg, LndieB n story to tell yon tanlfiht." lips still hold the pipe, Tho' my wrinkled-li15, retrieved his fortunes and accumulated nuu ueius unuerwear, uaps, Viloves, Uvershoes, Dry Goods, Notions, curls; "A ttory, mother deal I Oh, that Is lov ely, No longer the Mrs. M. Carpenter, a San Francisco $30,000. wHut saddest to soc, of sights for ulike being n child ngulnP colored woman, hain bank account of $50,000, My f rollcsomo boys and glrli "It U a trtio i.tory, Janet, of your lifo nnd and Mrs. Mary Pleasants hasnn lncomo from mliio. I have never cared to toll it to you bo Ilave grown so knowing, they dare to y eight houses In San Francisco, a ranch near fore, but 1 ntn not nfruid now my child and Thoso protesters wise and small San Mateo, and $100,000 in government I havo loved each other nil those years no, I Tbnt all saints deceive, and they don't believe We will also have a nice line of Christmas Goods, which we will offer bonds. In Marysvllle, Col., twelvo individnm not afrniiL" lu a Santa Claus at all. uals are tho owners of ranches valued in the cheap forcash. We make Ijo afraid of, dear this offer as a special inducement to cash buyers, "What could you aggregate at from $150,000 to $160,000. Ono Ah, met 'tis a fateful sound to hear; mothcrP 'TIS gnll in my wassail cup; of them, Mrs. Peggy Brcdan, has besides a aud as n means of introducing to the trade of our surrounding country our "You slinll bear and judge," the said, put Tbo darlings 1'vo spoiled, so wrought for and bank account of $40,000. cash sj8toni that we aball adopt the 1st of January, 1887. ting her hand on my head, and then tho tolled, Tbeso statistics show that tho brother iu "When I was young, younger tlian you The children hao given me up! Thanking our cuatomera for pa9t patronage, we solicit a continuance black fa making somo headway in tho world, nre, I was engaged to bo married. My home My no fa learning to "tote his own skillet." Atheart Is broken. I'll break my pipe, nnd when Andrew Westwas very unhappy, lanta Constitution. And my tinkling team may go. ern camo and asked mo to marry him I was And bury my tledge on tho trackless edgo ready to revere tho ground bo trod uiwn. Ho Of tho wastes of tho Laplaud 6now. McKINXEY, KY. How to Head llooks. had been coming bnekwiird and forward to It fa almost always worth whllo to road a our houo for somo tlmo on business with my My useless pack I will fling away, forests hoar, And In thing twice over, to mako sure that nothing, father, mid I bcliovo that from tho very lint From an Germany's will plunge leagues deep, Icy steep I has been missed or dropped on tho way, or' ho saw my misery. AVo were and to day And never bo heard of more. wrongly conceived or interpreted. And if my remembrance nlwnyshnd been poor, but Mitmjuurr J. Prestox. tho subject bo serious, it is often well to let if I lind loen n loy my father would have an interval clapso. Ideas, relations, stateIXJSKCssed thousands n year. I never wondered About tbis timo tho newspapers teem with ments of fact are not to bo taken by storm. that ho hated me, thnt my mother mourned MERCHANT TAILOR, w to what Wo havo to ctecp them in the mind, in tbo and fretted from morning till night; they had od vleo to husbands ho bo treat wives, somesure to buy to hopo of thus extracting their inmost osscnoo brought mo up to feel guilty of n crlmo, nnd to buy for tliem, and If ono lets-Hinterval I did feci it In my Inmost heart. It was no thing. Immediately following mnndntory and significance. -- I hsxe rocelred and still .. recelrlng marvel that, when Andrew atked mo to marry articles of this kind como suggestions to pass, and then returns, it is surprising how wives to mako homo pleasant for husbands clear and ripo that has becomo which, when ldrn, I looked upon him ns an angel of -I we left it, seemed crudo, obscure, and full of I loved him with nn intensity which during the days of good cheer, tio much amazed nnd frightened him. It was in vain done for infants thnt n llttlo gentlo reminder perplexity. como All this takes trouble, no doubt; but then, Comprising the best in the market, which will lio tried to make mo tobcr and reasonable. It to tho big married children may not ono to it will not do to deal with ideas that wa find In vain ho told mo thnt such wortltlp was nmlss; but is tho editorial mind n safe conin books or elsewhere as a certain bird does Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Hono in City or Country-- " wrong nnd foolifh, that it gnvchim no hnppl-neo- go to for bints on how to maintain fornubial felicity? Marry! I know not, with its eggs lcavei them in the sand forth whllo to tno It must brlug disappointsay when they sun to hatch and chnnco to rear. People who Give Me ment. I could not listen, and nt Inst I wear- sooth I as Shakespeare's ieople ied lilin. He said little about it after awhile, are nonplused. Everyone isi'stwork out follow this plan possess nothing better than ideas half hatched and convictions reared by but ho went nwaj , and once more my lifo was tho problem or himself. accident. 'They are like a man who should desolate, no said ho would como back, bnt pace up and down the world in the delusion he nover did. Ho wrote to mo often, kind, that ho fa clad in sumptuous robes of purple tender letters, but they chilled my heart ; and and velvet, and when in truth bo fa only hob! then ono day bo wroto to tell mo that it must covered by the rags and tatters of other peoIks all over between us. Ho told mo how he ple's castoff clothes, John Morloy. hnd striven to hold fast by his old lovo forme, but ho could not; tho mere effort pained him, A Story of Bill Arp. tho thought of my passionate devotion llllcd Tbo Atlanta Constitution tells the followhim w itli dread. Ho could never return such ing story of Bill Arp: "Years ago a certain lovo, ho could never endure to have it lavjudge was a candidate for governor, and in ished upon him; onco for nil ho would glvo It " iMCHHftfcxf wMBsHMfcC'Tf making a public speech remarked: 'Gentlen death blow; when his letter reached mo ho men, tho oillco of governor has been pursuing should bo married. mo for years.' Instantly William was on his "I had another lover then, Janet, nnd I alfeet, asking to bo allowed a question. The most bated him, but before ninny weeks were judgo declined to bo Interrupted. 'All right,' over I leenmo his wlfo. Ho loved mo always, said William, with a shrug, 'If you won't but wo quarreled. I could not pretend to answer a question for one, thei folks aint lovo him, nnd ho grew reckless; our homo going to vote for you, that's certain.' 'Well, was miserable, and within a year ho died. I go on then, and ask your question,' replied was too 111 to know what happened for n long tlmp after that. Strnngo faces passed lfore tho judgo snappishly. William arose. 'You say,' ho observed, 'that the oftlco of governor mo, strange voices spoke kindly words of sir.' has been pursuing you for yearsf pity, and onco every day It seemed to mo that Well, sir, tald Arp solemnly, 'all that l'vo Andrew camo and stood by my bed. When got to say is that you are gaining on it.' at last I woko to reason again, yon were o mo. Oh, how I loved youl How passionately I loved youl You teemed to mo to Kerry Chrittmas I heie, with a smile and a A Modol or a Stlulstcr's Wife. cheer, bo nit tho world, nnd you saved my life! Deacon Whim Well, my dear, do you Let all your old troubles and quarrels bo ended; "My husband hail not left mo in jKiverty, I For the friend that Is near havo a greeting most think wo ought to glvo tho Rov. Mr. had no need to work, audi spont my wholo a call! Mrs. Whim By nil mean;, denr, lifo In waVilng over you. I made no friends, lio is just tho man wo want. "I aru surprised And breathe a good with for the foe who' offor I carcxtfor none. I forgot tbo miseries of fended. to hear you say that. His trial sermon was Though with him was the spite, my father's houso; I forgot my quarrels with fearfully dull" "Yes, I know, but did you And with you was th? light, my husband; I forgot oven my jovo for Annotice his wife t Sho wore tlio cheapast kind In kindness of spirit forgive him drew, nnd wa.i scarcely moved when I heard For whoever Uaj)) Ub lh ttg, a bonnet threo years old, pia 'neath tho. cTerpreeu of a dress nndmodel of o minister' wlfo if a inJ snips MAUK. day. Such n that death bad visited his home ' an well as can't tro "' rnJno, anrl Unit b'i whlte-porche- d it, Gnfour I i n imen Tho most wonderful known. Its effects arc instantaneous tho world has ever Children Cry for Pitcher'& Castoria. sp-ir- I CHAELES H. BISHOP, HTJSTONVILLE. HEADQUARTERS for CHRfSTMAS GOODS well-to-d- o 6. F. PEACOCK, HUSTCltfVILL.E, KY., Hfel CHRISTMAS ZZI Z:Z GOODSJOftJOTiS, & REDUCED PRICES. JEWELRY SILYERWAI7: $15,-000,0- n ALLEN & OWENS, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Notions, &c. c.i. rj DRY GOODS, GLOTRING, HATS, CAPS 1 smoke-wreat- h &c, STRICTLY AT COST FOR CASH. be-gn- AXsXEEi owxsais, H. C. RUPLEY, n dellv-ctanc- e, Kew Goods for Fall and Winter V .i, vt-- a Trial. Wall Paper, Furniture, yj Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. 'Y, Pull and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAKEN, JJow-com- cr fl55?s. 'WCVVSP OLIuALn EwifeJ ' i . SNUBBING r i P i' An Atrial Sflcrlflca Mnile by Fnaatlcnl Woiaea In Old India. In tt Pint NctkMMl Btok ofBUnferi). FAST AND JOYOUS CARNIVAL HIS TREATMENT BY THE PRINCE OF Joliur is an tAvrul rlto. A wholo trlbo may ' TTftoincf hnnirht thautntdaa nt Mr. W. T.. Rarnttt. with HfiM. Mover & JT. M. XOHTJSR, MASKS. WITHOUT VALES AT A BANQUET. beeews extinct by it, as is seen by wveral JMdf. StaBferd, Kj Co., I will be enabled to give the best bargains ever given in the line of No recorded in tho history of the Rajpoot signtltes it the burning ot Ilnllowo'en Ulxerred with a Universality tions and Gents' Furnishing goods. states. What Can afford to jbcII them at The Heir Apparent' Provincial Notions women to savo it FOK KENT. their honor. Tho Kajpoot h Not Slot nltli In Other Countries. or Hospitality A Slight of Which profoundly jealous of tb honor of hLt women, Every Contnlraldo Variety of Holiday Nothing was Sahl ut the Time of Its and to prevent their falling into tho hands of StrMt, In Htiwfcrd, bow oecupt! by Mr. VfT U, conquerors, then to bo dealt with as was Wares Curious Momentoe. Occurrence. as I got a large per cent. off. often thecaso in tho wars with tho Mobaumio-ckuLarge lot of Ladies' Jeraeya, Cloaks, &c, &o. Tho night ot Oct. 01. known in tho When Gen. and Mrs. Grant arrived they he has recourse to tho Joliur that li to MKB. KATKHAXS, to buy them cheap fa obn say, tho immolation ot orcry female ot the states as Hnllowo'on, or "Holly Evo," not to For Christmas Goods I am headquarters, and if you want into a largo passed first , lit Stanford, Ejr. served here with n universality that is should certainly call on mo. I al which tho Prince of Wales happened to bo family. And tho Rajpoot woman gladly cm lw and have a large assortment to select from you mot with in our own country and' in a playing with his two boys. Tho other guesta braces such a refugo from pollution; or oven very different It fell this year on so keep a full lino of Groceries and Dry Goods. Don't fail to call and cxamino had not arrived, and tho prince may not have it she wcro not in fear ot being forced away Sunday, and fashion. n. m. on that day I about 7 expected to bo in thi? hall when Gen. Grant as a captive, sHo would prefer it to living on found myself mingled with a crowd of peo- my stock before buying. camo in; or he may possibly havo, planned as a widow. Imdlljoixnlog a rhvint ljut of Fll MUHo. ple who wero pouring along tho Callo do San Tho loss of n. battlo or tho culture ot a city n j. Including all the accidental reception. He camo forward Francisco into the Plaza Mayor, within at once, like any other gentleman in his own during tho Mokamomdnn invasions was usu- whoso elegant tocolo a flno military band was The Latest Novelties of the Smiob-- . , MT. house, and gave his hand to Gon. Grant, who ally tho timo when this dreadful rite was prac- sending forth strains of delicious music. Chco-torpresented Mrs. Grant, and mentioned my ticed. At tho end of the famcdsiego of Both tho Plaza Mayor tho ancient capital ot tho ran a ct Odey-por- o Constitucion presented and the Plaza do la name, which .the princo had known before. MenlBg, Coit, MuiUw, etc You UFS, a most brilliant by in 1003, tho Rajpoot chief, sight. They had been converted Into a temThen tho prince called up his sons, lads at will tb.rooui Uuly vicatolbr 8bI that time ot 10 or l'J, and said lie wished after an arduous day, passed tho night in porary fair ground crowded with innumeri6i-31CS.TE liVltlWHAU. them to know Gen. Grant. Ho was extreme- pondering tho means by which ho might savo able booths, wtyhin which wero displayed, by AT ly genial and affable. After this he disap- from the general destruction ono at the light of hundreds of tallow candles, peared through a sido door, and an equerry least of his twelve sons. Elovcn of around which shades of wbtto paper had been SIGETINQ ushered tho party into n loug waiting room. them fell during tho next fow days, placed to lncreaso their jwwer, overy conand when but ono son remained to tho rana We remained nearly half an hour. ceivable varioty of holiday wares. Nuts, Tho dinner party was largo; I should think ho proclaimed tho johur. Tho funeral A uiKtlng ol lbs atockboMm ef canraisins, oranges, figs, th Ntloct thero were thirty people present, including pyro was lighted within Mtbterranenit chain dles, pulque, cakes, tortillas, bananas, and Bnkof HuiloatllU will U held it their buklof toys, hot sausages MT. VERNON, KY. bora whero Uio sun's rays had never entered, duchesses and other nobiliseveral dukes and houlnIIajloii?ll)eoBlh M Turjdiy In Jn. visible endless profusion. ty; tho Brazilian minister and hU wife wero and tho- - defenders of Cheetoro beheld tho notions woreoccasionsinwhen appetite, which is urj, There are Wo have just received for tho holidays an elegant lino of Dressing Cases, on to 1837, for tb purpoj ol ltlo nine Direct queens, mid their own wires uud daughters asked, doubtless out of compliment to tho mr (he eniulog year. common to both clowns and gentlemen, is emperior, for whom tho dinner wns given. to tho number of several thousand jklss in strangely tempted by such ministry nnd dis Work Boxep, Perfumo Cases, Albums, Picturo Frames, Toilet Bote, Milk '"J- J. VT. WOCCER, Cmhlr. i, After a while a gentleman in waiting ap- procession to tho flro. Tho beautiful play of eatables, and doubtless did not tho the consort of tho rana, who was peared and said tho princess desired that the ' Sets, Vases, Mustache Cups, Wax and China Dolls ot all STOOKIIOIjDKKS MKIiTING to bo the chief object of attraction for "modoand point ot honor sadly misplaced ladies should arrange themselves on ono sido by both sexes whisper forbearance more sizes and lots of nice- cheap goods to room and the men on the other, so tho conquering Tartar camo last in tho of tho than ono lech'ugliio (augllco dude) anddelicato Gen. and 21m. Omnt took their places four throng. Tho door of the caverns closed; tho scuoiita would bo dovourlng, with a Please the children too numerous to mention. Wo havo also a nico and com A mmlnjollboitoekholJr$of or llvo from tho head of tho line. After fires raged within; and the honor of tho Raj hearty relish, morselsrecti I ha rint iff Intended for more llonal lUqk will 1 bi J t their Laoklog home apparently ten minutes' further waiting in poot women was saved. "When nftcrward homely mouths of peons. Troops thoyoung pleto 8t,ock of Perfume. Givo us h call beforo buying of entered tho capital on tho death of this iositlon, all standing, for no one had IneUafordonth.SJ TuMdij in January, 1SS7, brats, trusting to their legs and lungs to profor ths purpoM ol elating tUren Director to been seated or lecn asked to sit since wo tho nuia and hit surviving son, who fell in your Christmas Goods. cm cure them customers, go winding through tho tbetatutog year. cntonxl, the groat dcors at the top of tho lino tho conflict, lis found it etruwu with tho crowd, offering circles of flour paste fried in on the right wero thrown open' and the bodies of its defenders, while smoko yet JOHN J. McKQUEItTH, Cathlw. oil, which are hold upon a long lath, held by empress of Brazil came in on tho arm of tho issued from tljo recesses whore tho women tho middle to pravout them from breaking. Princo of Wales. IText camo tho princess had perished, STOCKUOLDEHSt 3IKETING Again during tho second siege of Cheetoro It is surprising to seo how rapidly tho laths Tlioy passed directly with tho emperor. are eased of their burden and between Uio two lines o tho dining room, by Bahadoor, shah of Gujrnt in 1550, when consumed. Iho kitchen is tho brittle fry not far off, and which was opposite tho apartment from the bravest had fallen in defending tho breach two cooks in their busily Amcitlogoftha itockhoMm of tba which they entered; the empress of Brazil, caused by hU artillery (It was served by engaged in producingshirt sleeves are One National Bank will U hU at Ibeir hanklnrimr of g houM known Mrs. Grant In America Portugucso adventurers), tho johur wns pro- these keeps n largo fresh supplier however, had JAS. SI. FKAZUItE, iron pan over n stand of InHtanlafiloatban Tuwday in Jaouuy, IM7, when the ladies had each been the wifo of n claimed. There was littlo timo to build tho charcoal, where inlor IbtputpMoafclKt log tiln. Director to acrro great ruler, and she stopped short when sho pyre. Combustibles wero heaped up in hur vitingly, while it fries and hisses most tho other, seated before a vestbafnaulpgytif J.Q.OW8LKY. CaibUr. camo to Mrs. Grant and greeted her, but tho riedly mauo hollows In tho ground and maga- sel Idled with water nnd a containing tho other royal and imperial personages, includ- zines wero placed around them. Tho mother flour paste, forms tho cakopin a moment and iu ing tho hostess, passed in without recogniz of the infant princo led the procession ol draws out into n hollow ring. Thence ho -ing anybody. Then a number of dukes and willing victims to their doom and 13.000 it flings itinto tho bubbling oil, DEALER IN- it where it browns lesser nobles wcro told off to their partners tnnlcs wero thus immolated nt oneo. and swells Into a. crip mouthful. and followed the empress and tho prince. In the johur ontho occasion of Finn Shah CCniOUS MEMENTOES. MoKINWEY.KY., After every noblo person present was thus nttack uiion Jvssulmulr, bomo years after tuo But in all this heterogeneous collection ot assigned Gen. Grant was requested to go in event abovo described, 10,000 females were wares what strikes n foreigner as strangest with Mrs. Pierrepont, and Mrs. Grant with destroyed. Hindoo in Tall Mall Gazette. of all are the numerous quaint articles CANNED GOODS, &C, &V. tho Brazi.'tap minister, whom tho emperor of to be purchased as souvenirs of tho Brazil looked uc i as his servant The Alaaka of the Future. Having put new und mWitional phncEDr.rrn ok dukes. In my mind's' eye 1 see tho Alaska of the occasion. Students of old English customs ZMHE-A-IDhave heard of soul cakes, a sort of bun which S maohinerj in my mill, I nm cnnbled Tho British government had agreed with future and tho not far dlttant future. people used to prearo in largo Mr. I'icrrcpont that the of tho Among the most beautiful of tho numbers to givo to children who went about to give my customer anl others a bet. United States should have prccodcnco of there will be fine openings; lawns and flowers dukes, but tho Princo of Wales deliberately will carpet tho slopes from tho ihirk walls of from houso to housa on Hallowe'en singing a tcrgradoofilourthan Ih.nrohMn giv-io- g put him as nearly as po&dbio to tin foot of tho forest to tho water's edge. Iu the iuidt song and demanding tho "soul cake" as a retho table. There was no English person of of these favored sjwts summer hotels will ward, but tho booths hi tho Plaza Mayor on Sunday night displayed soul cakes which, for at prices tho same at before. noble rank tvlu followed Gen. Grant. Ho sat throw wide their glorious windows upon visithin three or four feet of the comptroller tas that are like glimpses of fairy land. appropriateness und elaborate design, far MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, I also keep ray aloro at this place ot tho household, who was at the, extreme Along tho beach nninerous skiffs awnlt tboso surpassed the Hallowe'en buns of Old Eng-foot; the tirincw and princess wero at tho who aio weary of towns; .steam launches are land. They consisted of threo layers of cako DEALER IN- full of every thing kept in n general middle with the emperor and empress. Tho thero and small barges for the transKt tatiou to placed ns to form three steps, covered with Duke of Cambridge, tho Dukd and Duchess of picnic iartles to undiscovered islands iu whito icing, and leading up to a chocalato - supply itore. Gat my prices before of Manchester, the Earl and Countes of tho next county. Sloop yachts ith the njpre cross at tho extremity of tho topmost layer Derby, the Earl of Dudley, were all placed adventurous will go forth on voyages ot ex or step. buying. Upon each of the other layers thero was higher than Gen. Grant. When tho ladles ploration and discovery, two or threo days every one rose, ot course, and in length, under the guidance of stolid, somo design in cbocolato intended to remind left tho table tho empress and princess passed out, and Mrs. thoroughbred Indian pilots. There may bo tho purchaser of tho solemn occasion the cako 1SS7. Grant was left to llnd her way liko any other nn occasional wreck with narrow escapes was meant to commemorate, such as skulls, bones nnd cofllns. Catafaicoos made of wood person of insignificance. Then the Princo of from the watery grave let us hopn so, for Wales changed his own sent, according to tho tho snko of variety. Thero will bo fishing and painted black, from six inches to two English custom, and took that by tho sido of parties galore, and camping on foreign shores, nnd a half feet in height and from three tho emperor, which tho princess hod vacated. and eagle hunts, and the delights of tho chase, inches to two feet square, were also a highly In a moment or two he sent an equerry or a witli Indian retinues and Chinese cooks, and popular article of merchandise. Somo ot ..."I j?K'm "Ktr. "llslne iU potilloa a footman, I forget which, to ask Gen. Grant tho "swell toggery" that Is the chief, if not thom consisted of several platforms rising IU bold upon public oitMtn ono above tho other, elaborately draped with J coon4aoea wai to sit by the other sido ot him in his new the only charm of that sort of thing. There turn prani lima. tlrllM ;.. Ji -- ""a black cloth and emblazoned in gilt with place, and Gen. Grant loft his seat and walked will bo circulating libraries in each hotel, and wKir aiwaya cunta .lea of q9f, occa.locallr of two, of tba around the table and accepted this high honor, grand p!ano, and private theatricals, and crossra, skulls, bones and cofllns. There u,' it.i.ha. ... Ikll. li. vi iin. ' ratmi .un'T llluiiratnl, wik ju8tas any other private gentleman might nightly hoj that may last indefinitely, or at were skeletons of overy imaginable sizo and huii ptyen oa havo done. The prince then was very gracious least until sunrise, without shocking the most material upon the counter of every booth, h 0r?rUoS,orr,nl uP't tawt papular somo of them poor, cheap affairs ot paper, Taararalhn h.. prudent, for day break? at 3 a. m. .Yi .. . In his talk anil manner. A.TTIBIET'riOlir artlawlln tbapatt tomiktlliiro-- i " Thero will bo visit3 from ono hotel to the many of candy and others elaborately con... kw. After a while tho gentlemen rejoined tho .A mm iT. II .V. "'"""a Timor a, arair bout. ladies in tho order in which they had como other, and (ii voyages to dear old Sitka, structed of wood and jointed so that the pullbolJ will not ba rtlaial In the fjtura ing of a string would cause them to dance in, the dukes and earls taking care to assert whero the Grand hotel will be located; and TKK TA. and caper in a weirdly comical way. Borne their rights of preo&lencc. In one of the there will bo tho regular weekly or Harpar'a Weakly .f04 boairto the Mulr glacier, with pro- of them wero fantastically 'dresnod like ballet drawing rooms thero was music; hero tho llarpr'a Mignlna ........... .... . ,. 4 00 of princess and tho empress sat apart and list- fessional guides to the top of it, and all the dancers nnd wero surrounded by grou Harpei'a lliu r ,........ . 4 W candy skulls. ened or talked, and the emperor remained necessary traps furnished on board If deHarpt r'a Young I'wpla-..- .. .., . 200 received an immense etock of Holiday Goods, embracing many Uarptr'aKrtDkllnrqmra Library KVEUVBODV BUYS THEM, Havoju&t near them. Neither General nor Mrs. Grant sired; and this wild life can begin as early u ona yaar, was invited to join this select company. The April and go On until the end of September All classes seem to havo turned out en of tho most useful and attractive articles usually thrown upon tho market at (51 nuiabara) .I0W princo came out of it once or twice and without wrious injury. Thero will be noliay masse to purchaso theso mementoes of the this enjoyable ecasnn. In the a took may bo seen Juvenilo and Toy Books, llarpri'amixl) Ao4ydrlai, oia yar ( talked with some of his guests, among others fever or prickly heat; neither will there bo timo. Men and women of tho highest wealth Vriting"Do3k8, Ntiabir.) ...,.....mm,m, .... .. ISO) Work Baxes , Photograph and Autograph Albums, with Gen. Grant- - but ho Raid no word to Mrs. suibtrokes nor any of tho horrors of tho inst and culture, accompanied by groups of beauBooks and Fancy Stationery, besides Dozens of Novelties representing tho tifully dressed, merry children, whoso hands Grant, and neither the general nor Mrs. cm and southern summer; true to its promThToluniMfirtheWMKtr bllH win thanl Children aro Cordially In- Nmnbr for Jauuaryni each yrar. Whrnnn lima Grant was presented to tho princely hostess. ise of sweet, warm days and deliriously cool aro full of tout cakes, skoletons, catafaicoos talent and ingenuity of mauy Foreign Nations. Tho princo presented Gen. Grant to tho Earl evenings, iu which tho young lover inoy woo and candy skull, elbow and are elbowed by vited to call and seo tho magnificent display of Toys which havo been select- li UfDtlunad. autMcribria will bla wllli tba Nuabtrcutrmt at tlinaof rrctlpt ofnrdar. of Dudley, one of tho worst bred men in any his fair to the greatest advantage for there the poor peons, who are spending tho fow ed for their special enjoyment. From Penny Candies and Nicklo Dolls prices tJouml TolumaibflUai'aa'a VKai;ty. tor thrta company iu any country; and his lordship U no night there. Then overy ono will come coppers that they havo laid by go rrefully yeara back, la u5t cI.mii bindloj, will ba a ni by ascend to tho more Fancy articles, but all will bo Bold at prices Deiying iniOl, puapald.ur bffiprni, fri ( axpanan was worthy of his reputation on this occa- Jiomo with, a new experience, which is tho for tho occasion. (proflJvl it, firUltt d.)i, not tctl ona iMIUr he almost turned on hi hoeL He best thing one can come home with, and tho is n period of universal merriment and Competition. sion, for It jierToluma), for)r CO pr Toiuuia. did not offer his hand, but simply acknowl- rarest nowadays; nnd with a iod;ct full of rejoicing a fast nud joyous carnival withBesides Holiday Goods wo havo a Full Lino of all kinds of Dry Goods, No- .Cloth r f.r for tuch t.iliiua. nultabU far blndlri!. Wl II edged his prince's introduction with a slight Alaskan garoots, which are alout tho wont out masks. Tho shouts :s:id vociferations of tions, Hats C.tps, Ihots, Shoes, Groceries, and Hardware A big stock ot cf (I oJr.ch Imilint hi mill iy.l...l.l ' .......I... ' "'v"' bow, alnuist a nod, and not ono word, and ho can como homo with, being, ns they are, the light hearted crowd, and their boundings be lit do ht and positively will be Bold at prices far bolow left tho group. It was by far tho most utterly valueless, and unhandsome even and gambols iu tho shadow of the grand old Winter Goods niny be seen, y Mrilrr ur Divfi to avnM , iw Pino.Hn iton. f H, cathedral, which for over COO years has stood all "Competitors." marked Imiwrtincnco Gen. Grant had re- wheu they are Iwactlfully symmetrical ratpiwrMianot iu..ip' im aUirtlinrnt ceived In sixteen years. Stock is Now and Attractive aud "Boss" Bargains aro hero for all of without tba eiprHorUr( it.PK4 .t Babril. Charles Warren Stoddard in San Francisco at tho head of tho plaza, wero such as might Our caa. Chronicle. nt first have led ono to think that tho in- our Customers. THE rINCE88' LEAVE. JdJrcH IIAItfiatA UitUTUKtl8, .N'aw Yuri mates of that jihiluuthroplo establishment, When the empress had heard enough of tho Don't fail to seo our Big Aaortment of Fancy Candies. I.ukca Clmrncil Into MhIh, tho Cnsa do Locos (lunatic asylum) had music sho and the princess nroso and bowed I hiul-I- i of tho famous medical to tho company. Everybody elsa mado pro- lake,hud heardmiles west hero, and so llrove forced bolts und bars, ami exchanged their sixteen of , fUiiird found Ktlanms, and the whole imperial and out to c it among tho cloud.) of dust, gusts straight wnlstcoats for (.there of a more r . miliym. ' royal party dliappcared and did not return. of wind nud tiolling sun alternately Tho clastic and becoming model, v.hllo abovo all there aroio from tho zocolo strains of such Mrs. Grant now desired also to leave, but the trip out and back, was pleasant, however, u music us wo seldom or never hear in tho 3.DCO tin. . ladies in waiting assured her that the prin- constant M'JlUll) Wm U . change of scenery nud succession of states, Tor tho playing of n Mexican governXM Iff! cess would return. Thoy appeared to appre- turprisss. r.tii. !. .. i ment military band ix a revelation ot the All llio I'ATTK V vol (rl.'i ciate tho behavior of their mistress and to uoitU'lnu tltrett ( cnnttiiiirr on l Wo found there were threo lukes instead of possibilities of such nn organization. Phila.r I W iv jrour for iiotlili jt uit.s' nt fuu. bo carried further, think it could not possibly lirrsnual or family n.c, 'i.. . ,. . , -(., samo water, suld to contain "lifo's delphia Times. B3bcrllill( fur one, all tho Mrs. Grant, therefore, delayed four or llvo onlcr, nml gives cuitt cot t elixir,'' a euro for all human ailments. No Ihlni; you e, minutes longer. Then llnding that her hosts doubt there are valuable projiei-tler : 1. 11 . or Ihj Journal in the Itare fun xrlltt. Thrao I- -. ...i.- - :.Z.l. A Hint for .Socirty 31li. had no Idea ot continuing their hospitality, water, as attested by tho analysis Nine jer and the liUUIUJ routAln liil'iiriimlt'.i . .met! riio took Gei). Grant's aim and retired. I ANP Thoro Is nu nrt (.taut putting ou a dress testimony of tlioso rvlioved by its from the mnrVirta of llto il , We followed them. After 'wo had reached the numerous Bult which fer mm uv cognizant of. It does TKE.UENDOUS SUCCESS trill mull a copy I'llKi; t, iny rc ue. ante room and wero moving toward tho . W uvm tirprvirnil fcf n lintli Inifr titnin.i.1 not consist in tho prpper arrangement of tho to .l'fny ihih rrralpt oi'lijt' cloaking roouis,o:ioot the courtiera came up , ,nclJlmtion both forbid; time, because of tho tio or collar, but in tho economy of timo by rvkrusfl of iiiHlllii(r. lA't tu bc.v.' fro 111 I'.entfrow'i , and said that thopiiucess .wired to b:d Mrs. ,nd,nation first to cat; inclination from the doing things in their projxir onler. Wo all urn, goou niauu Acwniingiy, c t mycii nrcscnco ot certain dead reptiles in tho water know how vexing it is to tio ono's shoes after MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. in tho anteroom till the prince mid princess , 'J7 s Itao Wnbah Atrnuc. Chlenao, 111. ,)0 t,B attomlant hU1 ono has ono's shirt bosom nicely arranged. a thJng WiihTwaUo Grdtrj for Cut Ppnr Pllrntr camo out. Tho royal hosts mnilcd graciously, ' Hero is a schcdulo by following which wo qur own iclectlon and of nn inc. M u ujweu nnu couriesieu graceiuny, nnuwisueu V-tR- , think all troublo will bo obviated: First, BOTH PUBUCATIONS, ONE I sarid reptiles; theso wero at tho bottom of draw on tho trousers; bccond, tho bboca; their democratio guests good night, ntid that tho Inko, wliicU teemed halt lizard, half fo- aflb, was the end of Gen. Grant's dinner with tho with tho fins ot a fish, tho arms of a lizard, third, shavo; fourth, perform tho ablutions; Metropolitan Band, Operatio Or- $3,50 (JHREE FIFTY), Princo of Wales. tho body of neither, with tho fins cf the tail fifth, manicure tho finger ualL-s-; sixth, put on The princo probably did not wish to bo horizontal, instead of perpendicular ns with tho shirt; Mvontli, adjust collnc and tio; chestra rudo. At this very dinner ho desired tho eighth, brush tho hair; ninth, coat and vest. llsli, a sort of a Mongrel, as liko a salamangcfiwnil to keep a night for a public I anquet, a II. D. AViinan in Now York AVoR OPEHA HOUSE, JEC. 20l!i, AftrFortrTer' der. In fact, the&o must havo had peculiar aiprttnca In tba at which ho wished him to bo prevnt, nud ro tenacity of lifo to havo lived in theso waters pteparntlonnlmi ir as mere manner was concerned lie had at nil, charged with salts as liko lye, out of OT nil Llio Mn(fnzlncs. far A Look ut tlio Doad. than Oni llunli r.J Musically Entrancing, 1'OKMI, iNI) OTIICII I.tTEnAII'' rplleatlona for pattnta In CUHTAININO STUIIir-fbeen perfectly affable nnd genial. It was the M Tbontand 1 1 I don't seo why it is that people who havo conn. which near by thoy wcro making soap. The mum unlt.apubllahariami lorin antllla AfTHACTiOba, iu'iisinikq AimTir. Hcits. runny isxoruciaiingiy, jwint of etiquette ho was determined to main- tiny waves of tho luko had lashud tho of tha So trial, tha somo dead friend or relativont' their houso Tine, AND Hot'iKlltlLI) JiATTMl". water? Amarican ootilinua la act aa aotlcltorf tain. Gen, Grant was not reyal and the Into n foam, precisely in appearance ns liko a always want tho stranger who happens to IlhntraUil leUh Original Mrrl J.'iijivir-iiij- i, lorptonti,cTMt,lrda-intk- . I'liotogrnrureM, OH lo.. for tha prince was determined not to treat hlin as if heavy 6oap suds, tho frothy itids piling up in call to tako a look at tho corpsy I, was renul paTenla England. Franca. EVENT OP THE SEASON. jlnc IVootleutfif littiUlug it ttia1'trttirc 3lnua. to obtain and In Oaaaja, tTnltad Htalei. an Jc THE JtotUl bp were. Uermanjr, minded of thli by what nn old uowqnpcr all olbar countrtu ,'ih.lreip.rl-ansome places a foot deep or more-Portla- nd aliifl of Avitrint. la untiualad aud tholr faoilitlM ara uoaiu In accordance with the wish of tho general Oregoninn. man said to mo. lie had been cfupioyod on a EacU Maipuhio contain! a roii)on onlcr mill Ilia pa wad. nono of his party mentioned tho circum-Ktance- s A OK. tin- holder in tlm cliftion cf B'iy nlti'rn tlliii'tiotoil morning daily and he had a largo nmount of onr.ATSuccr.is Drawlnesand ppedfleatlona rraparad and Blad In tlio fmhlon ilepnilinir.i In timt iitiinlur, nml In In tha I'aiont Offloa nn abort nolle. Tanna vary I havo described. Probably toino of lllorr Out tho Light. obituary work to do. Ho told nio that he raaaonablii. Ha charca for aiiminatlon u( utodala miy of tho fli maiiufactiircd, making pnttcni Prlca 21, SO and 73 ceuti. the English present wero not so reticent, for Tho Salvation Army iu Portland, Ore., hold ir ilraHirii;.. ajtIc by rnalltrea ilurltii' llieyi'rof Uio valun iif ocr thn-- ilollain tho story got about and there wcro comments ccrvico in tho jail there on a recent Sunday, scarcely remembered a caso in tub course of I'Alantinbtalnadtlirouali Munn.tDn.aranntlcait DEMOItters JIOVrill.Y UJwtly entitled .he many months' experience when he acorn-pletInllia HCIKN'I'IKIU A31KIlll,AN.)ilch hat Upon on it in tho American itowspapcrs. t In Kmin. tlm Worlil'a Jludel Masazlno. Tho Ijirp-and tho leader told such a startling story of tha largait circulation and it tba mo.v Inltjantlal stranger was not asked, and often po. IN TJIB this thoprmco wrote to tho minister nnd Iri-f- t iu ClTnlittlon. and Iho lirrt TWO Doila' naoapapcrrji Ita Klnl puui l.had In tha worlii bis concern. Ho said ho could not hi wickeduem before ho Joined tho army, litoly urged, to como in and tako a look at Thrj Best hninlly Maailne Umtl. 18S7 will be tlio'J'lity Tha adran'asta of tuoh a nollco arary patantaa WORLD undaratanca. ci-- i tltmally .. .. Hilrl ojr of It pub'lctitlun. It prccodcnco to Gen. Grant over tho era. that, after tho perfonnaneo wes over, ono of tho dead. Ho said to him it teamed as givo FORA AND ibla arffaanil nlrnilldlrlllnitratednawipapar tliil ro rn fn plriei' It ei tin In ad ieror, una tneu to oxpiaiu. uut incro was tno convicts boiu: uuoianmcannow uo ox- - though folks must havo on idea that orcry. fiheapast 'Easiness Kaeallca pnblUliud WKKICI.Yil JiUOayaar. and li of Ifetnlly J'ctlmllciU. It C"ii'ri TV Lrn no noccMity to invite Gen, Grant at tho samo tinguished; tho vilest sinner has returned." adinlttad to ba tbs beatpapardarotvd to acianca,J 6 VX'tUy l:icloi vlririiitlv pdnti-body was morbidly curious to sen their dead inMhanlra, Intantlona. anclueorlnff worki. .U.kr ti.rnr. ij'liirto, itod. PnbllitUca by W. J.niUnpi Vuml fill t time with the cmiicror, there ai, in fact, no ' jew york Sun. r. . 1. n.llni-- n of Laxlnvton, Ky. . tllu.nr ptlir denartmauta of InduitrUl progrota, pub. ho wasn't Pioneer Press ' Listener." -- :.. i;pmmRrciai . uuuoi-friends . necessity to invito him ntr all if ho could not . ... . t.fc vw uaaaa in an countrjr, it contamatnanamaa 01 New York, all pulanlaet andtltlaolararrlnrantlonpatanttd receive In the houso of tho heir to thci throno AHU OY OPECIAL AORCCMCMT C0"SI'4.' ! Hoot far Dug. ; ?wi"?. "" p!3?!" wr !.rera of KoU.kfrplB "! Try. It.fonr Mth.in.li, natradaalcra. roontha for oua dollar. the same distinction that was odered him in "Why li it," mkad Maw. Z. ono day, "that V'tTrl rt-Boots fordog3 are rather1 now, and am bold birall every other house In England, and which tho ,,r.C...i ....- ,you ilou't get marriodr "Inipolblc, my if you fiara an Inranllnn to patent wrlta ta r.lu, .bll. hl.rt Interior Journal at $3.50 re? Y-"""irT'-'r.T.- ii lUu. . ... ilunn Jc Co., imblMicra of Galantlllo Amtrlcan, Princo of Wall must have Pnown that tho much used for hunting dogs to protect their dear madam," responded X. ; "I havo Mich a "iJ 1.1.trH Ili.l Jfll llndar. Saw Yiir(t. IOC feet nnd ouVJw iu stubblo ground and briar EngUsh ffoveiiunent had ptalsfd itsolf to acuuidtook about patuula mailed frta. horror of divorce." Freivch Wit ". I'Jnxvr.atir.""" '" '?to"' patches, A (hun BudenuV Luttsr. cord r MaMi4aMk4JiKQitBttMMW GEN. GRANT. THE RITE OF JOHUR. MEXICO'S HOLIDAY. TOYQUE INTEKST HANK MTOOIt .' Iwhliiietell riliiWy WHOLESALE COST F. Xi. ante-chamb- 18l-J- THOMPSON,KT, VERMQir. e, Ala-uddi- HOLIDAY GOODS a.l M. C. & D. N. WILLIAMS, STOCKIIolEllb' l'ud-mau- el - Ala-uddi- n OtJR HOUSE, PKOl, '"" MT. VERNON, KEKTUCKY, FAVORITE MILLS, GEOCEEIES & PEOVISIONS, KL. TANNER, PROP. good-nsture- d .A.T .AJLiID IBCOTTIE&S. O. "W -- IlSTCr GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TOBACCOS, CIGARS, &C. All I ask is a trial and you will be Convinced that I sell Groceries Cheaper than the Cheapest. EVBByBODY! HARPER'S WEEKLY. IIiXUS OBATBD. i..i. .."" ' Minl-week- ly D. S. McKIItirXtfEY, KIT. JONES & SON, mm h..,,.f iv... .... 8ap SCRAPS!' WONDERFUL SUCCESSj. ;(! Semi-Weekl- y tw brt . civajviu' c-- s hhm -- . . Qemo rest's mufd u:t-U- , . y. HraiM-clfiilly- JOLLY PATHFINDERS. THE BESA rnlf Wlhfm copr-rlahl- sa . tjik or tub - o . !& o . 1 . T i' E , i. T : ? i valaa '', V i ; inani itUmi .j.,attlji t f, i&a,n.t 'iwii(H