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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886122101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PWmWfi, Jj & VOL. XIV, Sti-3Sttkl2lnteriorciitni Mi niefio 8TCXMEB '&W. r f v mifii i$4w NO. 187. -- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY DECEMBER 21, 1886. , GOD IS LOVE J'Hbllihe Tue.idave -- AT una Friday AND NOTHING EJT.SE. XA.I8EJ THE X.OIlI. "QfUNtTC Btatb," ea PHUANNUM.OABU. UBimtofelM wcrM that IMO will U We are all enhylng the few day "rest" the fall campaign. I thught to write It up may do it vet but it will be difficult to ( 1 selisfaotorilv to all. Without pergonal allusion it would be tame. With such it would be difficult to avoid giving offenst. 8)1 wait for further UAfUfMao aftr couvrr department. Lancaster. who hs buen ill corivdle'clnir rapidly, W.S O'Neal, f r ! nu limn .ire glad 1 pii. 1 ' l'ne ladies of the Christian church will .. i THE HOLIDAYS ARE NEAR l and ilwaaoded. lift, RVr traces" again, after such a protracted al- ing at 10 o'clock. Riv, Mr, will driver a tern ienee, It will get easier after a letter or W. P. WALTON. pcMiicn lecture at tno Presbyterian church two. Ever in Jesus, Geo.O. Daunts. (TucAdiy) evening. No admitA dispatoh dated at Ciiro, III., Deo. 20, tance will be clawed, but a collection takWo want everybody who intends purchasing How; Hippo, Nebuchadnezzar's Chtmbertaw, and recelvod at this office yesterday, says: en up nt the clous of the lecture. Entertatnei His August Master. "All wtll. Delightful voyage thin' far. The small boy has eeen his fondest It cams to pass on a ctrtain night that Off moo. G.I. L.A.N. E. hopes decay. At a meeting of the city tha great King Ndbuchidotuu, IiatIos, at Geo.O. Barnes." council Saturday evening an ordinance was tended loJue, wai watt; when ha returned paved prohibiting the shooling of fireworks to thepalaor, aud hli salad was dtrqtiteted HEUOIOUS. during the holldaes. Marshal Hamilton To comprehend tho fact that we aro now all ready to show you tho finest aswiihla hiui. After a mlsdonary eermon last Sunday says he will enforce the law to the letter. Hi la down upia his bad but aletp sortment ever exhibited, for our now stock of HOLIDAY GOODS by the pastor, the Christian church took Lt. Lucien Young ia visiting his moth Qd from hit ore and alnnabsr from hi eje-lid- . ia now complete and comprises an elegant lino of up the largeat rnluionary collection over er, Mrs. Jane Young. Mi Jennie Siller, given by the church. of Diorille, is a guest of Miss Lu la Ch aires. therefore called unti hli caatnbtr II, Rev. H. 0. Morrison, pastor of tho M. Mr. R, II. Tomlinson is in Cincinnati on Books, Writing Desks, Bruth and Comb Sets in handsomo plush, Fancy lain, and mid nnto hlmt E church, South, at KuHellville, has re- legal bu.Ir.6M. Msars. Mle Wearen and Waerefore, "My alaep oeih from cue. Goods and Novelties. A largo stock of signed his,, pastorate to oin the North Mark Hardin, of Stanford, were in town I pry that, tell mi what to do thai 1 mtj Georgia Conference. He will in tho future Sunday. Mr. J. G, Sweeney wont lo Casey sleep, era I hew thee Into mlnoemsat, and have charge of the First Mothodist church county Monday. taike thf father'a houia a br word In thla Sam Button, colored, and Ike Myer, a in Atlanta. great city of Habloo." It is said that a prominent Naw En- white man, both living in Lower Garrard, Our Jewelry stock Is both elegant and beautiful tha finest styles and Now tha chatubarlaip' name was Hippo; gland truste-- i opposed having a revival in had an altercation about a settlement last aare aflrlghted, and hit And Hipp) Watcbea, Lace Pins and Ear Drops, Cuff Buttons, &c, Diamond his church becaure it would aoil their new Wednoday, when Sutton struck Myers with ami ha said within koeoi smot together, carpets. He said the pews were already a olub, producing a painful wound. Sutton lilmieW: Rings, Pins, elc. Wo invite you to call and see us. Wo have bought ranted, tbo church was out of debt, and he was arrested Friday by Daputr Sheriff Mil "Whatahall I do? Fsr I am iu a aora theeo goods to sell and bavo marked them down to suit the times. could see no need of a revival. According lard Bout and lodged In jail at this' place. plight. Mr uta'.er takelh (a the town H expecteth dearfrlendi Mtnei Mirr Lgan anl title to Bro. Birnes' theory this proposition His examining trial is eet for next Tueswith the bars, and strattfbtwar Paxtos; bUtthar 'but ride to the landiae; would glvo the devil title in fee simple lo day. ma lo reduce the abnormal exaggeration of an hour's waltiuj In t'te wtiarMuat offico, the entire congregation. Frankfort Capihie cranium." Daring the war William Knapp deserted whtetla of the expected tal. ha 'peak. and than the hoaree Thla he aaltb to himself. Tden from the First Untied States Cavalry and steamer pit an ea 1 to oar smptnte; for we Druggists, Opera Block, Stanford, Ky. The churcbei in Lincoln county are, eth aloud: e secured and requested lo appoint delegates to the Lan- was never captured. In due time he settled were soon aboard, King, lite forem! I will brine un''0, with his family at Grovelown, Ind., where "esttled" in our new abode caster convention, which will be held Jan. it recently to thee the dallj Babjrlon Jllovpipe and rrad occured lo him to see if he could It was with a feeling of sicnething like 26-21837 under the auspices of the Kenaloud the funnr column thereof. Sj ahalt not get some back pay somehow or other. commendable pride lhat I saw our neat tucky Christians. 8. and Missionary societhon ba eoalbed, and thr ateap shall return rows of shining new trunks, "as like as peas ties. Alex. C. Hopkins has won a national He wrote to Washington, giving the ciruato the again." in a p)J,"enlIr handled by two men, and reputation as a 8unday school worker. As cumstances of his desertion, and was InThen epoke Nebuchadoizxir: trxne'erred froa shore to biat without the a singer he is the equal if not the superior formed that he could get no back pay until "Thou aayeat welt, 0, lllppal At I Defthe taint of desertion waa removed. He ac usual acconpanlmiat of oith, whispered er read the papers, it will be amuslna t orahouted, that I may say hare followed of C C. Cline. He will hold institutes cordiogly decided to go to Chicago and eur: with the churches ot Lincoln county as tae, doubtless" render hime!f, believing that he would be cbunbarlalo, harloR us around the world Fur when we started fellows: Stanford, Jan. 14, 15 and 16; MAIN" STREET, STANFORD, KY., FOR Thau Hippo, the released without much trouble, owing to oa our long journey we mide the blunder 18, 19 and 20; Crab Orchard, 21, brought the file, be(an lo read, atying: the length of time which has elapsed since of providing each a "dtratoga" of porlen 22 and 23 I trust these churches will A horseman aaajBlfleintly arrayed pate tlone dimenilone and Inciedlble ayolrdu-pol- have everything ready to receive him, A his desertion. He ia now In the county ed through tru city thi m iming. lis waa jail awaiting tho action of the War Departwhen duly 1 jaded, and with the inev- rich treat is in etore for us. clothed In aealt of area jr of olid gold, and ment. itable result of a never ending airing of Joun Bell Gibson. hit helmet of burnished gold wai .at with bljpheai7 1 outraged porters ontthe part of R) verso that beam, rsyerse that beam!'' precioua stones exceeding rate. Ills huro andUxseperaled "baggage amsshcrs" cf "ev What to Teach Onr Daughters. shouted the West Point engineer to eome waa a pi twins Arab of the purest blood At a social gathering some one proposed negroes who were handling bridge timbers cry clime and nation " Oa Inquiry ha waa fouod to ba a plumber thla question: "What ahail I leach my for Stonewall Jackson. They looked con80 universal waa the howl of disapproval, of Dautucur, come hither on hit war home wherever our unfortunate trunks cam to daughtci?" The following replies were fused, made slight, unmeaning motions in from hU Taction," tha front, that I had not traveled far before handed In: every direction and asked, "What'd you MHa, ha,hil" laughed Nebuchadneuer; Teach her that 100 cents make a dollar. say, s ah?" "Rmrte that beam!" shouted I had registered a secret vow that if I haye I been charmed by these might 'how oft O-Teach her to arrange the parlor and the the engineer: Toe late C. 11. Mason ap butouce reach my native shores, plumper jikra When yet a little lad 017 without blood galltine4, in the shape ot a library. peared at that moment, and with his charouraa did tell them to mi -- my nur, Su portr's broken back, or ruptured blood Teach her to eay "No" and mean it or acteristic readiness and plainnew called out read the next, 0, atobea Aothonee. Bit -vesiel, T would then and there replace our "YeV'andaticktoit. to the negroes to "turn that log eend for Hippo." Teach hrr how to wear a calico drees and eead" The log waa turned. dreadful Siratogaa with resep'.aclei of a French TipAnd HippJ read: wear it like a queen. more christian character. ton. "An aged man crawled slowly into the FOR Teach her how to sew on buttons, darn Fearing active opposition oa the part of A Utile Swedish girl, walking with her office of a Tlgrit alrtet merchant ye.terdar, the female portion of our "Jroupa" I sur- stockings and mend gloves. and handed a letter to the chief clerk, and reptitiously interviewed D.'ucker & 0) , Teach her to dress for health and com- father on a starry night, was so attracted by Ihe brilliancy of the sky, all lit up I with tha chief clerk carried the letter to hi trunk makers, when we were in Cincinnati fort as well as for appearance.) the twinkling stars from one end to the othsa aeter. Teach her to cultivate fhwers and lo for a day after the Independence meeting; er, that ehe seemed to be quite lost in her in astonishment; and on'y confronted them in Liulavllle keep tho kitchen garden. 'Yea.' aald the tauter thinking. II ir father aeked ber what she 'thla is a reply ti a letter I tent br a mes- with my perfected echeue, in the shape of Teach her to make the neatest room in wastblnkinr of so Intently. Her answer: senger bay fifty years since.' ' ten small trunka of uniform pattern and the house. 1 was just thinking that if the wrong aide brought (i; Ye,' remarked the man who Teach hor to have nothing to do with inunpretentious flatsh, into which they were of heaven was so glorloui, what must the I hate now brought you the answer.' " peremptorily commanded lo transfer their temperate young men. right side b,!" 'Whall'1 exclaimed Nebuchadnmar, In entire erTdSts. Teach her that tight lacing is uncomely I happy to say that Rlee;"doth ih messenger boy joke still when it oima l the plnoh my "triupi" did as well aa injurioui to health. Asked why the Salvation Army used red Ht? Hw well I remember readlne it In not mutiny; and are, at I'll due, two daye Teach her to regard the morals and hab- eo much in their drew, Gen. Booth is r g the 'Annaie of the Ark ' I believe Niah since being bereaved of what mutt ever be its and not the uiouey in selecting her asso- ported to have said: "It grew onus. We told it fir. Bat read orae inortt" begin by wearing a small badge to know dear to the fern lie heirt, la a meaaurabto ciate. And Hippo vad. "A dauifel residing state of reitnttloo. la faot'I think they Teach her to observe tho old rule. "A oach other. Then it became bigger and near the Sheep (late wat neon emtrelna rather like tbochaosp, tliouc'i no amount placa for every thing utid f vurybinic in in bigger, till eomo of the officers drees in rrd from the front door a, few morningi since or Ingle or entretty would over have placa." from lop to toe. I live and sleep in red. I She carried u lablrepoon which he laid brought about the de!red remit, had it Teich hfi that intnic, drawiug and paint-lo- g hope to die and be burled in it Hcd co jo carefully n the curbitonn. aro real nccompliehmsnls in the home, glory in it." put to unbiased vole. . ep "What do ye wi.h the fpo it.?" naked hfr Tnere aro alwavs time whoa n couptf and are not to be neglected, if there be timo Juttice Gray of Ibo Supreme Court, is father. main Is the only thing pwibla nnd one and money for their use. the largest man (bat walks Pennsylvania " 'Sir,' ) replied, 'it n that the Ice ra.an muat take the repoos!bility aud IriKt 10 Tejchhortht) important truism, "lhat avenue. He has to Htoop lor most doo'r-way- s. supply the may harp euin where to p'ace our bite of evenN for jutiQauloa. rb I the more ehe livej within her income the He is a ttemendous worker, never of ice'" o)ntemplate tho new trunk with the ecren more she will save and the further ehn will tired, but rather retired. He is a stout, rosy, Onw'l' exclaimed the King; "my fcrand est enjoyment and feel more thwi reptid for wet nwy from tbi pir-houc- ." happy bschelor. That he is the last niakos lo just iitch pleaaan-tri- e my cl wly kept plot to blM mr dear ones father waa KiMie-'oIVoch her tlml a good, ulettdy onuroh-go-i- u him rather diffident with young girls. It 111 haen .cme il tho ics man. Lt mechanic, 'rumor, clerk or teacher against their wilb, when I look at contunt him to say, "How d'ye do, how d'ye txmt his master waste!. ed porter and fall to catch I" H'ppo 40 loaf hursts mon without n cont is world more than do, little girl.?" (0 young person?. He is, ting wmiewhnt nleep7 80 he salth: iu broadcloth that used to flow apice from eveu the moat ers or however, very popular. 'Toe nrxt,0 king, la in recard lo a tjoat, pitUnt of that much overburdened cla?s. Teach her lo embrace every opportunity him in the act of making a The other day the teacher of tho colored ond itepictilh We are ou h slo"v hint, well laden with for reading nud to select hucU books as will mail from aircu poller." en nsiorled enrgo, to be JuL in m.ny plucra, givo ber the mewl ueeful aud practical in- school hero told ono of his feraalo pupils to "A.U" mid Nebuchadnexxir; "the goat nndweHhall hardly make Fultnn before formation in order to make the beet prog-m- a 'throw her taffy away.' The girl rose to sureiree oc, io.t In? I uwl to reid jnft Tueiday uext. AbiutlO paesangerj -.- alfo in earlier as well as later home and her feet highly invjltel, walked up to tho. proferaor, slapped his face, knocked him eucb things when I was-- boy, in an alma- - atorU-travel dpwa with in. to bo land- school life. -- Charleston Dispatch. down, thrashed him with a strap, dragged no a thoufand yer.ra bid, prrfererd in my ed at Virion spots. The question of taxing bachelors, has cabinet of curMtlea. What i the next Ojr tabic is good aod nhuodant and Again aiieen in France., A petition to that him out of the house and locked the door. Hawesville Piaindealer. one about?" b rt'iBclem nnd comfortable. oflct has boon sent lo the Chamber of Dep"The mule, 0 King " . of capricious Our boat iaa Charlie gave out this puxzle to the comthat in Paris alone there are "'Head It not, for the potnihlo jee on the temper, answering her helm in rather an uties It niya num- pany: "A boy pointing to a girl said: hoofs ate engraved on eccentric way and giving us a good deal of nearly a half a million, whereis the mule and his hinder "That girl is my own and only ulster, my of married men ia not more than 370,-00the oboltwtcM of ancient Ejypl. What are amusement when she attempts to make a ber Trn tax, singular an it may seem, has parents bad but one child and I am lint the othern about?" The pilot himself can't tell already existed in several countries The child. landing. Wbo csn explaio thla puzzU?' "Tho next trealeth of ice cream; tho one what makes her act eo, nt times, but pa. convention adopted il. So did tho when all had givon it up, .Charlie said: followina mentloneth base ball umpires in tienlly back' and advances until ho can get French old Republic?. Iu Sparta, the women wero "The explanation Ia the boy lied." a trifling manner, and the last apeaketh her up to the wharf boat on her "blind allowed to drag bachelors lo the templu of flippantly of a mother.ln law." A scientifio writer tells how water can sidi;" when n cable and the "dummy" en- of them aloud, for nine does the rest. This Uflt is called a Hercilloiand give them a sound thrashing. be bplled In'a.sheet of writing paper. We But Hippo read none Plato condemned them to a fino Home even, i he epoke, Nebucbndnexxor fell Inlo "nigger" In this latitude fnr ressone un don't doubt it. We have known a man to made thom pay a round sum. Ctmillus a deep sleep, from which he did cot awako known. I bad thought "dummy" was eo marry the write a fW.lines on a sheet of writing pawent farther and forced them to until next day at eleven o'ciook railroad firm in the saddle that it could never be per that kept him in hot water for three widows of citliiui killed in defending their ' Bivlter in Puck. Ume.-W- in. H. years. unseated. ' The pstltlonera say the Ir.x ought Yeiterday waa as dismal a day as a dy- - couniry. A poplar tree was recently cut down near In Ataied that the ntirabr of lulcldea first, it will increase It to bo doubly welcome peptio could crave. A cold rain Mlfrmn in Rutaia has doubled within thirty years, the decreasing nopulatior bv Inducing New Middletown, Ind., that measured 27 mcrntcg to nigh ; the skies Jowcrnd gloomithe urealeet irjereape being in 8r. Petersbachelors to ma,rrj; and eeoondly, because feet in olrcuruferenoi. Theatres made 12 -is believed to be ly, and our boat did little more than float it will help to make up thfl growing dtfinit 000 shingles, 1,000 railp, 0(0 feet of lumber burg. The remon of ihle v. xml 25 cords of stove wood. tmnny of the uotcroment down in company with the fields of inch in the budget. the imimn i.m thick ice that almost covered the bonom of SiZ"BKN and lie epread of nihllinn; It being FumdtCox is now nervine his t Fourteen United States 'Senators have we aro almost deer of Kob fftnaln tinltit Thrisn BRAND 8UCKEBJ lhat people who have nothing to the river. wnn IB. itvtt Is Don'twaitoronrmorierona8Tiniirnibbrcoat ft4mp vear in Concrete, having represenand will keep yoo lry,lii ttie their sons serving them in the capaoity cf TMIJH JI4KK. and who do not be- ire, theeklei are bright and it is enjovablu olhr,.If your ;ttonkci $o4 AUt lor ami U ni KANB" uc hope fur in thia world, in his ttmothe two great stales of Ohio I linvmti"riii aisn",rv1 for rtrrlptlr mUWun In A. J. TOWKH. ) ilromnn ft, Hntn, hurricane deck, with thick committee clerks or prlvito secretaries, at ted ' MMMHHMSjj lieve in the world to come, would naturally walking on the and New "York. olxdnWa-per dv. wrapping. reek refuge from their antlerlng In death. Dear Interior: We are Evaniville, ladtana, wher we bare o much freight to put oil lhat there will be probable detention of several hours. Thero we can mall our letteie. The talnuteaea of detail 0 interning ou r movemeBlsdincs leavlog Stanford, furntehr ed by the onterprbjiog d ait jr pren of Louisville, lewd me little e!aj than a record of our river life for two days. Ojr steamer wti aivertiod for a prompt departure at 12 -- noon on Tnurjday. Wo hurriel our remaining picking in order to be "on lima," and the 'one deported us at thelaodiag, fnt of 31 ttree1, at 11 o'clock, to Had that our but woald oil badown the the river before 1 f M Leaving our par csU, nsntfold, in chargi of the wharf boat porter, we mounted the bluff again for a stroll into the olty, facin a cutting wind that brouzht tears lo the eyei and rheumatic symptom to tha joinu. A littlo shopping, cegleotel in previous hurry, and now attended to leisurely; a lunoh at KleinV; further telephoning, which eltoltel the information that the Granite State would not be along before 7; a diinty tea with our Deo. 18, 1830. f approaching have a Christmas sleigh for die distribution light. I fiodit somewhat awkward "getting into of priMaiiw ai the church Saturday morn- itio CJiristmas Is Coming ! -- .' ' CHRISTMAS PRESENTS! , s. fflcROBERTS t STAGG. -- atate-room- 3, GO TO- - JOE F. WATERS, Tor-nersvlll- e, e, CHRISTMAS TRIX O ! ! FANCY GROCERIES A SPECIALTY TO A. A. ' WARREN, 1 a-- CHRISTMAS CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENS WARE, CANDIES. NUTS, RAISINS, FIGS, &c, &c. ..' a l i.Mt '' I'm "i .1 - bn IMPORTANT! I'1 ' I J te ra etsrn-wheol- 0. Without any further apology from us, our tardy customers may all expect to be "SEVERELY" We DUNNED after January 1st. are COMPELLED to pay oiu: accounts and you MUST pay yours. We EARNESTLY ASK the continued 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, ttffflfr. M m :h Mi ft 1OTI0.9BBXB. . sup-nose- SLKKER-H- b abiolu1lr--n-lif'roor- To-da- y -,- jgngri-ail- ,iwi,.. ' i ': " t " 'MfMy v "I'XVtf'W' yV-- TALI' NO MORE ON SMUGGLING. PIRATICAL RETURNED. Oh, yes, they are all back la town From afeere, nook asd mountain Cut, tho hearts they bare brought from these places are not The hearts which they carried away. r, SORTING A. SHIP LOAD FROM C0C0MUTS. BARACOA. A RUSSIAN LARGEST KNOWN IN OIL TOLL ffSHIPSAD OF 75,000 BROUGHT THE, EVER FLOWER THE WORLD. REYVS AS OF YORE. "Who People of Wealth tho Government I.lko to Clioat Cnnght Sometime When 2iuit Expected Wny of In formers Smuggling Diamonds. Tho day of genuino smuggling is gone. Tho smuggler of the boy's romance of the sea, who sailed in a "dark, suspicious looking craft" and hnd a cats hid somowhero far away, where ho stored his goods and held dark conclaves at night, has passed away, and thcro aro thoso who believe ho never existed at nil. But smuggling has not stopped. Only now thoy do not go In gangs and sail their own ships. They do not wear I; number of things aro landed without dufy. Thero is no such thing as a band of smugglers, but nearly every steamer brings over tomo contraband goods. "Thoy aro generally flno laces, millinery, expensive tailor trimmings, and the like, A great many business men go abroad with trunks and bring them back full of these things. They aro very expensive, and many thousand dollars' worth can bo brought over in a very small space. Expensive feathers, flno velvets and ribbons, laces, silk braid and trimmings of all sorts take up but little spaco and ore subject to high duty. Sometimes smugglers get caught Wo cant tell how often they don't. Jewelry is smuggled in to a great extent, particularly diamonds. Nearly all tho diamonds brought to this country are smuggled. Wo know that a groat quantity of these gems aro imported, but wo have never collected duty on many. Such an immenso valuo can be carried In so small a place that it is easy to evade tho Ten thousand dollars1 customs officers. worth of diamonds might bo carried in a man's vest pocket. Who would think to search him unless he was suspected of smug- gllng! Tho customs officers can't search everybody. arts entirely respectable jxxjplo, and go in th? best society. Thoy wear flno clothes and diamonds, and aro very friendly w ith tho customs ofllccrs. Tho smuggling is now done mostly by fashionable peoplo who travel and by business men. "Wo can never tell bow much is done," sold n special agent of tho government to n reporter. "I have no doubt an immenso red shirts and cutlos-e- s nowadays. They "But then," he added, as if he feared ho was offering too much encouragement to violations of tho customs, "you must not think it altogether a safo business. You might get caught when you least expected. Men who think thoy are perfectly safe often fall Into a trap. There are peoplo who aro always ready to give information that will lead to the uncovering of a smuggler. Tho government was warned by an anonymous letter not long since that a certain party would sail from Europe on a certain steamer, and that if wo would search him wo would find diamonds. Wo were on the watch. Ho was a very gentlemanly man of fine appearance and good address. IIo had only tho ordinary was perfectly willing that it should be searched, but was amused at tho idea of being suspected of smuggling. Tho officers felt lug-gag- o; were apologizing for the trouble they had given him, when ono of them picked up a cako of soap out of his dressing case. There was nothing peculiar in the nppearanco of the soap, but when tho officer handled it too roughly it broko open and out rolled the little sparkling gems. The inside of the cake had been ho'.lotvcd out and $10,000 worth of diamonds stowed away in tho cavity. Had we not been notified he would have been perfectly safo and got through as tho others bav6 done. But no man can bo sure that ho will not bo tho ono to bo caught. Our informers are everywhere. The government can give a reward of as much as half the value of tho goods seized to tho informer. This is an inducement to many people to report any coses that coma under their notice. Thero are peoplo constantly on tho lookout on the other ride, and wo are notified when to look for smugglers. A great many patriotic citizens havo nn nntipathy for smugglers, and do, as a matter of principle, report every ono they find. Preachers are particularly apt to do this. The cloth is our best sourco of informaPeoplo generally brag, on going tion. abroad, that when thoy return they will bring so and so without duty. We generally hear of this and are on tho lookout. Only the other day a gentleman camo to tho office and informed me of parties who were going to bring over a lot of valuable things. IIo did it merely because ho hated smuggling. GIVE TJIE1I AWAY. rather cheap after a fruitless search, and They think that anything they do not intend to sell is not dutiable. With thousands of dollars worth of things in their trunk, they will swear that they havo no dutiable goods. Their surpriso is genuino when tho goods ore seized. The question what constitutes a lady's or a gentleman's wardrobo is ono that bothers us much. In former years the station of the If u person was taken into consideration. very wealthy man had a dozen raits of clothes, a lot of Jowelry, and all sorts of expensive toggery, it was considered nothing znorothan his right But for a man of less means to have so much made- him an object of suspicion, and ho was liablo to arrest for smuggling. Tho same way with women. A rich woman in fashionable life could bring over $100,000 worth of jewelry and dresses. Though this was logical, Inasmuch as it algbt properly bo presumed that one who could not afford to wear such cxpensivo toggery must be bringing it not for their own ase, yet it seemed an unjust discrimination against tho poor in favor of the rich, and tho method had to be abolished. Washington HUr. Mr. Labouchcro does very little work now ea bis Truth, except to write a few political paragrarlis. Host of tho work is done by Mr. Iforaoo Vowlcs. "Their fellow passengers frequently gfvo them away. In coming over that way, all crowded in closo quarters, and away out at sea, peoplo 'becomo more confidential than they would under ordinary circumstances, and they tell each other what they havo in their trunks that will escapo duty. Sometimes a man will glvo confldcnco in order to get it IIo will tell how he to going to fool tho customs officers, and, like 'tho man with the moist eyo,' get tho confldcnco of others who want to do tho same thing. Of course he never has any contraband goods himself, and ho sees that the rest don't get through the custom house. Sometimes passengers get mad with each other and turn informer out of spite. Women frequently do this. I have heard, too, of information being given as a practical joko which afterward turned out seriously. "But experienced smugglers," continued the special agent, rdo not get caught thus. Thoy aro generally known as dealers, and their baggage is very closely watched, but they never mako a confidant of any one. Tourists do much smuggling. They bring presents to their friends and collect ornaments and all sorts of things they can get cheap abroad, and try to slip them through without duty. Many peoplo do this without knowing that thoy aro violating tho law. Testing the Qunllty of V.ach 'ut Using the Spoiled Ones ns n Substitute for As she lifted her eyes I beheld la surprUo A hope lying dead In tho dark. Coal 3rowth of tho Coconnnt Trade. Steam Tramp. Her rival rode by me and bowed Sho was fairer than ever, I thought. A littlo load colored steamer, drawing no For her beautiful face was aglow with thegraco moro than nine feet of water when loaded, Of a love which tho Bununcr lias brought . lay at a pier near Cocnties slip. Peoplo That bride who went forth In tho spring familiar with shipping would havo said at a In a glory of Joy and of light, glanco that sho was in the fruit or soino such Tho' she plays well her part, I know that her trade to the Spanish main on account of bar heart sizo and looks. A gang of men were lifting Wears now but tho garment of night bushel baskets full of oocoanuU over tho low A widow all shrouded In crepo hatch cemblng amidships and sliding them When sho went to tho mountains In Hay, along greasy planks toward another gang of Wore a row In her hair " ith a coquettish nlr ' men on tho pier. Thcso men lifted the basWhen I saw her last night at tho play. kets up on to tho low tables mado of planks Oh, yes, they ore all back la town, laid on top of cheap barrel Three basketa From mountain, and country, andsra. could bo accommodated at ono tlmo on each Yet I see so much change In their faces (how strange ' picked the nuts up, ono in each hand, and It any One notes it In tin. ) knocked them together lightly, nnd then -- Ella Wheeler WUcos In frank Iesllo's. cither tossed them into a big coan-- Iwig which a matt held open before tho table or A2TEC BELLE IN NEW YORK. tossed them to a heap on the pier. Thoso thrown to the pier were spoiled moro Sinking Chocolate for Visitors nt tho or less, some oi ineiu being so inr decayed as l'alr-- A Ileautlful Spanish llelle. ?t0 A prize belle from Mexlro is on view here, I quality of Khfi U nn exhibit In the Aitrc fnlr. P.Oilon. i wro souniL T.ho light tap told able girls go in troops to see her. for thoy j havo heard of tho tropical beauty of equa and soon as filled it was drawn to ono sido and torial maidens, and thoy wish to comparts her had its mouth sewed up by a man who used with themselves. She makes chocolate for a needle nino inches long and soft juto twine tho visitors. Sho has a clear complexion and for thread. Other men gathered tho spoiled comparatively regular features. Her big nuts Into bags and loaded them into a covblack eyes are half concealed by drooping ered wagon that had nothing painted on it to A reporter who lids, and they glow with tho languorous light indicat its ownership. watch J tho men found that from flvo to that poets ravo about An expression of sad- seven nuts wero rejected for every bag that ness, or it may bo discontent, about ber mouth, invests ber with imaginary romantic was filled. One of the workers, although f"U cither, Interest Bho has small, delicate and a ' figurc in which the promise of future fatness keor"10 c.mPli'onM back, found time to is not so obvious ns in tho other Greaser brought 75,000 of the nuts from "This vessel,; majdeng, ' Jracoa- - W" i8 m? A swarthy young man, who plays a guitar , I . and looks he might bavVa VUV" " 1JMU1'J "" stiletto somewhere about his person, hovers conaround in an ominous way, and by his dark shoremens rates. The boss took tho cents looks discourages any demonstrativeneas on tract to discharge this cargo at sixty the part of tho New York dandies who mani- per 1,000. THE SPOILED ONES. fest unusual interest in chocolato making. "What is done with tho sjoIlod onesP What Mexican girls aro apt to grow into is "They aro sold to that man (indicating a 6hown in the older women of tho collection. IIo is n They aro fat, ungainly and wrinkled. Tho man by tho unmarked wagon). swarthy BKin looks leathery, and tho tiaric baker and confectioner. IIo says they make better and chear fire than coat Bather senora of uncertain age is about as romantic con- in appearance as an old bootleg. J""01"' though, that only liakers and good should havo learned what The beauty on exhibition forgotten in tho presence of a scnorlta seen occasionally i lu Uie ,aro' . , ,0M? ta 1 1 ,lol,d l among tho visitors. She has tho dark skin ' Thonu,U w,?r n0.lnff. to kwp V'0"1, and cod black hair of the Mexican, but tio 5frMMfV oval face and tHlrato, regular futures oio fh,ft,lnf l? CDS ,th ? port a galo on her way Spanish, with no traces of tho Indian. Her . black eyes aro sparkling and brilliant Her merchant who ma familiar with tho trade flguro is lithe and graceful, and all her, , movemente are easy and composed. In I " o import from 13.000.000 to 15,000,000 cocoanma a year, un on Iq Amerlmn. sho A lnr .i pcr nnlnMr. . nt-- of them "P011 on way. About one- omrh bat sets off her shnnelv brad nrtlsrlo. ally, and her wnvy hair Is dressed low upon half of them como from Baracon. San Bias her forehead. The fair Spaniard strolls is tho next port of consequence Tho littlo of tho about the booths, stopping to talk with tho steamers aro driving tho schooners out eugino business, although tho heat of tho -, Mexican exhibitors now and then, nod unyears consciously aurncuni: too auminnir alien-- 1 rooms is detrimental to tho nuts. Six Hon tit th vlxitors. Whpn uhn Is nmspnt nS thero was not a single steamer in tho 151 tbo nose of the Greaser beauty is cat of joint I B?racoa trade. In Jb81 there were beauty is a relative of The Spanish-Mexica- n tho Mexican consul here, and wo nro to re- In 1683 there wero flvo steamer cargoes brought all American. The schooner car ceive her, I understand, into our exclusive goes row to l tn insi, Desuies h i aniseo society. Clara Bello in Tioneer Prcs. steamsr cargoes. The next year tho British trnmp entered tho trodo and in two years cut I Street Cars In Vienna. tbo schooner cargoes to 48, whilo tho number thoy cut the car up into two compart- of etium trump cargi.es. low) Ui VI Tho Yun-- . First ments, ouo for thoso who do and ono for thoso keo steamers barely-heltheir own with 10 who do not smoke. Then tho scats are put in I cargoes. It is a case of tho survival of tho after n most charmingly original fashion, fittest Tho fact is, tho steamers, although flving tho British 'flag, ..are in great part poem owned conductor, who by American cnpital. Coconnuts at nil by himself. His uniform in point of Baracoa cost two cents each, delivered on and complexity, would servo as an board the steamer free. Thero is very little excellent model for a country regiment of freighting done, tho steamers nnd cargoes bemilitia. And his stno of perfect content-ticn- t longing usually to tho firms engaged in tho is something cheerful to look upon. Tho trado." New York Sun. jiasscngcrs who travel with him and from tvhom ho collects fares aro all about his Dentil of Adelaide NrlNon. equals, and whilo his politeness is complete "I had on engagement whilo in nn eastern and cxhaustivo ho is hi his clement nnd has a pleasant time. . Thero is nearly always on city to visit tho theatro with Miss Ncilson, board somo red checked young person in- who was not playing nt tho time. I had clined to be sociable and merry when ho secured a private box, whero sho could sit works his way to her end of the car, and tho unobserved and enjoy tho pleasure, somewhat necessity of thinking ovcry tlmo of some rare to her, of witnoslng tho efforts of somo thing new and smart to say to her Insures for other artist. I knew her well, but was not him that mental activity unknown to tholnwaro of this organic weakness, and was, dispirited collector of nlckeh. Thcro ismiss- - j tlierefore.somfcMbatpcrtuibedwhcnshospoku ium-iwu, Ing that outraged class of beings which In uu' " u"u "J ""voi a.,,,,-!,.- ., (, --o,.,.. fot,i mmniivuO UUIII ! in caso sho becntiio sick and snccchlcss. simply mi.n. rf&4V(AV4 Ad .lStlVb ASly PUH1V1AA1T ber, nnd, in short, tho Ufo of a car conductor Jp give her a good shaking and sho would bo all right in a moment You nmy imagine in Vienna, w lillo it may not bo tho most and satisfactory In tho world, is cer- - I that tho possibility of . such nn occurrence did ., . . . . O . . ""u materially 10 my cuimurt, nut, ui talnly not tho dullest. courso, tho poor girl could not tnko tho As in Paris, thero is a limit to tho number . of persons admitted on board: but this can- - chance of having such a turn when in coin-no- t bo said to be very harmful to the pecuni- - Pnny with one who hadn tho remotest idea ary interests of tho company, sinco tho limit what to do for her, aud I couldn't blamo ber is reached when ovcry sent, every nlslo and I V guarding against any fatal results as well Iwth platforms are packed so full that If ono ! as he could think sho must have had a premonitiou man during tho journey wero to swallow a snndvjch tho sides of tho car might burst n trouble that night, for, suro enough, when out The faro varies according to tho jour- the play was about hair over, sno attracted ney which you havo undertaken. Tho con- my attention bysomo slight movement, and ductor learns whero you want to go, and sells I saw at onco that tho truublo sho feared was tickets which rango in prico from lji to upon her. Half terrified out of my wits, I still had sufficient prcscneo of mind to follow cents. Cor. Baltimore American. 3 the directions, previously given, nnd In amo- I ment had the satisfaction of hearing her Willing to ray a Fair Trice. , . ' speak. The incident was not observed by the Tho hotel clerk was studying his LAJA. LUtUiliUI UIU U3 AlVU. through a small hand mirror, when a guest UUUICUtV, US tllO view, and the troublo was over quicker than said: it can be described, but I can assure you I "One moment, sir, please." havo been thankful a thousand times that I Tho clerk continued his investigation inbad been advised what to do In that moment tensely. terror. From that circumstance I hove "One moment, sir, if you please," repeated of evolved my own theory in regard to Urn l the guest cause of Miss Neilson's death. It wasrejio. tod And still tho clerk's absorbing occupation tho poor dead Juliet had went on. Finally he turned slowly and said : at tho time that Shakespeare's Juliet was taken poison, as "Well, sir, what do you want!" supposed to bavo done ages before. To me, "I want to buy tho earth," said the guest, it seems probable that the tired "if you don't ask too much money for it" however, stepped short, As it had often tried heart had , New Yoi lc Sun. to do before, and this time no one was at hand who knew her disposition or tho danger Good Tlmo Coming. that constantly hung over her. I don't know Mr. Winks Photography is making won- whether any of thetso statements were ever derful progress, I see. printed before or not, but I do know that Mrs. Winks Yes, it is wonderfuL Why, what I havo stated as my own experience is long ago, true." Chicago Herald Interview. I saw a photograph of the moon not and Mr. W. But I am referring to the instanEngland's Uread nnd Coffee. taneous processes. Tho paper says they can "How did you find the cooking!" now tako tho likeness of a flying rifle ball or "Well, it was all very good except the u flash of lightning. Mrs. "W. Isn't that splendidi Byund by, bread. Englishmen like their bread tough, Now maybe, they'll get 60 thoy can photegraphn, like a bit of crust. I don't strong bread and hold in the butter atjd coffee aro my baby without getting mad. Omaha World eating line and with them I can defy hunger, but there isn't u hotel in all England, from Toned It Down i Utile. to the tip end of tho Manager What is the meaning of this Brighten nt tho north estate, where they expense Duke of Sutherland's item for "hardware, $50," in your know how to mako a decent loaf of bread or nccountl a palatablo cup of coffeo. The coffee in the Traveling Man Let mo sec. Hardwaro was simply outrageous. They are all hardware. Oh, yes; that is for poker. I hotelskind and would send out to bay the very thought it better to tono it down a little 07 very best coffeo purchasable and do every generalizing. It isn't well to bo spcclfio ( thing In their power, but it wasn't in their about somo things. Pittsburg Dispatch. power to mako good coiiee. i couiun t uniiK was fortunate enough to buy a pecuCan anybody tell why popular subscrip-lion- s it I liarly constructed pot in Glasgow nnd also to aro so very unpopular J Boston Tran- get somo very excellent coffeo, 60 that every ' script day my wife mado my coffeo for me, and tho chrjrantho-muro'- s In flowers just now the relief was much greater than I can explain." Henry Ward Bcecher in Now York World. word. Lowell Courier. On her afternoon drlvo In tho park. 1 tho Mlo of tho Season was out ' Discharging Over SOO Tons of l'otro-leu- m 1'er Hour A Well "Which Spouts Oil to tho Height of Nearly 334 1'cct. A good deal has been said lately concerning tho possibility of Russian oil driving tho American nrticlo out of European markets and very oxtensivo consular reiorU wero published on tho subject n short tlmo ago. Interest In tho matter will bo revived by a report that comes from tho Bakur oil districts of Russia to the effect that tho largest (lowing well over known in tho world has been struck there Tho amount of oil which Is said to bo discharging seems simply but it Li by no means improbable, for tho reason that in 1SS3 a well In tho samo district called tho Droojba well spouted enormous quantities of oil. This now well called tho Tnglcff well is said to bo discharging 50,000 jkxxU of petroleum an hour. As a iood Is equivalent to about JW pounds of our avoirdupois weight, this well must bo discharging over COO tons of oil an hour, or over 12,000 tons for tho 21 hours. Tho Droojba well spouted nt tho rate of nearly 3,C00 tons per 'Si hours. For 43 days it discharged a dally average of 850,000 gallons, and In 115 days it yielded more than 55,000,000 gallons. It spouted to tho height of nearly '.M0 feet, while tho now Tagleff well spouts to tho height of nearly 22 1 feet Although tho well Is over three miles from tho town of Bakur, yet petroleum sand Is pouring upon tho buildings and streets. A TIIIUUJ.NO BfKCTACIJE. Children Gry FOR PITCHER'S asleria Coiitnur Liniment Is tho most ivomlorful ' tho world has over known. ui to Tuln-Cur- cr CLOAKS ! (o closo Ihcm out We Inure Soiuo FIho Cl&aks which Binat bo geld, ttnd.'lti order nt enco tve eflcf llicm Ht telle wlr t grout reCIohK worth 875 reduced I8'" Ri.Zll "T ' ?"" 5? lra HYi-rng- The discbargo is accompanied by an awful roar, great stones nro hurled a terrific distance, whilo tho wind carries tho flno sand which spouU up with the oil often miles away. It is to bo regretted that most of the oil spouted from this well will bo lost Such a waste seems barbarous, yet, owing to tho want of a pipe lint to run it to tho Black sea, nearly all of the 2,750,000 gallons discharged every 24 hours will be lost in tho sands which lie around the orifice, deteriorate In the lakes, or mingle with tho waters of tho Caspian sea. An effort, of course, w ill bo made to put a cap over the well and keep the oil below tho surface until wanted, but an enormous wasto will havo resulted before this can possibly bo accomplished. With tho present prices which prevail for crude oil in Bakur it is questionablo whether there would be much profit In laving this oil after storago was paid upon it, for it is said that 250 gallons of crude oil sold thcro will realize uo greater prico than tho lxindou importer nays for one gallon of refined Ameri can oil. A plpo lino is what tbo Russian oil dbtricts need, and with its completion aud consequent development of tho cnormouse resources of tho Bakur district, it will be a very difllcult matter for American oil producers to successfully compete with the Russiau oil In the European inarketv A plpo lino Is now projected from Bakur to Batoumon tho Black sea. It will, it is said, receivo tho cordial support of tho government and four great European firms, including tho Rothschilds, of Paris, who have recently made largo investment In oil property at Bakur and Batoum, and are said to havo bid for tho contract to build tho line. It will cost JIO.COO.OOO and will bo 5C0 miles long. The pijio is to lw largo enough to carry gallons a year and tho tariff will bo 1 cent n gallon. Kansas City Journnl. Chinamen and Japs. Tho sceue at tho well is said to bo awful. duction: 1 te ...a ,. '. " " OO ...; " " 3 1 " ', ' 10 " " " i " " " " 33 s PltlNh rJHcqtiCH 80 Thcflo prices represent h Icks to hm ttud.auy euo J 11 need of a Clonk fthonld not fall te take advantage of them. Lower prico Cloaks aro aim offered at sreatlj rcdHced prices. OaTnoailajr, 7h. Initt., wo will display a liHiuInnmo lino of Chrlf mas Geedo, Including rjtatuary, lireuzeH, Perfume aud Toilet Netr, Toys aud Dolls orovery kind, Brafw Gaeds, together with a very elegant lino ofBilk Handkerchiefs anil ftfufltcrH, Nllk Utnbrel-lux- , etc., all ul 1 weM.prU-CK-. 9 10.00 03.00 30.00 83.00 22.50 18.00 12.50 ICOISEKTSON ds KINXAIBI), Danville. ! TO YOUR INTEREST Co., Having bought tho samples ol 3Ir. W. L. JJarnes, with Hess, Mojer & I will bo enabled to give tho beat bargains ever given in the lino of No 'ions nnd Gents' Furnishing goods. Cau aflbtd to sell them at JVt I i i "l MT. VERNON, KY. civilizations. conquerors Tho handful of of tho Jajxineso islands bavo maintained We havo just received for tho holidays an elegant lino of Dressing Cases, their rnco charocterUtlcs through more than Work Boxes, PerfumoCnscB, Albums, I'ictuio Frames, Toilet Sets, Milk 3,000 years. Tliey havo tho samo high cour-og- o that thoir far off ancestors had when Sets, Vaees, Mustncho Cups, Wax and China Dolls pt nil they left their continental homes in search of sizes and lots of nice cheap goods to wider and moro fertilo fields and moro genial skies and climntes. They conquered tho Wo havo also a nice and com bravo nnd hardy aboriginal raco of tho Isl- Plenee the children too numerous to mention. Indo-Europe- Tho Chinese nro Turanians, who linvo never in tho world's hixtory, as a race, bedh conquerors nnd clvilizers. They have, in tomo so keep n full lino of Groceries nnd establikhcd barbaric empires instances, Egypt, Assyria, Cartilage, older India and my stock before buying. China nro instances but they havo nover reached tho higher piano of human development Tho dominating JajKiiieso classes aro who from their In tho shadows of tho lofty HIndoo-Kusmountains hajio gone forth to conquer countries and build empires from the Indian ocean on tho ono side west to tho shored of tho Pacific on the other. Tho Grecian and Roman empires of ancient times, tho GerFrench nnd American man, Anglo-Saxonations aro tho achievements of thcso indom-itabl- o races. Tho Japanese, in thoir unexampled progress of tho past two decades, bid fair to bo a worthy sister raeo to thoso which have built these empires and established these racc-crnd- lo h n, I got a largo per cent. oil. Large lot of Ladies' Jerseys, Cloaks, Ac, &c. For Christmas Goods I nm headquarters, and if you want to buy them cheap and havo a largo assortment to select from you should certainly call on mo. I alas WHOLESALE COST Dry Goods. Don't fail to call and cxamino F. la. THOIHPSOM,KT. MT. VERNON. HOLIDAY GOODS M. C. & I). K WILLIAMS, u 8-- 9 I ands, repulsed nnd almost annihilated the Mongol hosts sent by tho great Kublai Kahn to conquer their country, carried on a successful war of conquest against Corea and sent fleets of hardy sailors to ravage tho coasts of China, which was so successfully done that even tho old capital and great city of Nanking was taken by them. After tho lapso of long centuries tho features of these descendants of tho conquerors are easily distinguishable. They bavo an almost perfect Grecian profile, with high bridged noses, low cheek tones and thin lips. Tlfese facial characteristics are Hern moro markedly among the pure blooded of tho emperor's nobility at Kioto, the old capital Thoy characterize all the upper classes, with few exceptions. The nobility, tho men at arms and tho old landed proprietors bavo thcso dlstl ncti vo features. Tbo smaller farmers, tho artisans and mechanics, tho merchants nnd bankers, and tho laborers havo the features of the conquered or Kamchat-ka- n race. Thoso latter have low foreheads, a bridgclcM) flat nose, high check bones, and thick lips. In tho lady and her maid and in tho landowner and his laborers you will see thoso two contrasting types. San Francisco Chronicle. . Give us a call beforo buying plete stock of Perfume.. your Christmas Goods. OUR HOUSE, JAN. ill. FIIAZUICE, PKOI., MT. VERNON, - - KEKTUCKY, DEALER IN GEOCEEIES :m::e..a.XiS & PEOVISIONS, CANNED GOODS, &C, AC. at all hours, - Sunday for French Soldiers. Gen Boulangcr has decided that if reviews and other military spectacles on Sunday are an occasion for outdoor recreation for the civilian, thoy ore a causo of worse than useless fatfguo to tho soldier, who greatly needs to rest one day in tho seven. Ho has thercforo decreed that Sunday is to bo dovoted to repose in tho army, and that all military servico that is not absolutely necessary Is on that day to bo suppressed. Well conducted soldiers are, when not engaged in indispensablo Sunday duty, to obtain, if thoy ask it,' permission to spend tbo soventh day out of barracks. Now York Sun. Senslblo 1'rlnco Napoleon. Prince Napoleon (Flon-Plodocs not propose to trouble Fraucowith anymore manifestoes at prcbcnt He tells a correspondent that ho is engaged In study, and that ho hail como to tho conclusion at last hat silenco is golden. All that ho desires now is that ho bo permitted to reside in France. Detroit Free Press. -- MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY,DEALER IK- - GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TOBAC COS, CIGARS, &C. . All I ask is a trial and you will be Convinced that I sell Groceries Cheaper than the Cheapest. it .uAt--. jjfry-- iL,.,, .Ak ml, J. W M.ijlt,Hj-..,,'t(J'iill- H-- , 3 h Semi VOL. XIV. eeklQ Hutfiot S. L. CJG-HOTJ- T -- I ttflHt NO. 187. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY DECEMBER 21, 1886. MARVELOUS EVENTS F THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE OF PI.w on sale, this week HOLIDAY POWERS & GO. an elegant line of New, Fresh and Seasonable Goods bought at the Great New York Auction Sales especially for our Big Holiday Trade that wo aro expecting and we aro bound to have. .A.STOTISI3:iIsrC3- - BjZRO-IIsr- s The sale will consist principally of Dry Goods of all kinds, Fino Dress Goods, Ladies Cloaks and Short Wraps just received especially for the Holidays and at prices that will be surprising for cheapness. Shawls all grades, Jerseys, Fancy Hoods lor Ladies and Children, Jersey Caps, Woosted Gloves and Mittens for Ladies and Children, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Silk and Cashmero Mufilers, the prettiest line in town. Ladies' Linen Collars and Cuffs, fino Shoes and Slippers, Toys, Dolls, Picture Frames, Lunch Baskets, Hosiery White and Colored, Blanket, Bed Sp.eads, Druggets, Rugs, Gents' Boots and Shoes a fine assortment, Clothing of all kinds, Suits, Odd Pants, Coats and Vests, Chinchilla I'oaU and Vests, Oeercoats by tho hundred, and they must go too. You will regret it it you buy an Overcoat without looking at ours." Hats and Caps at about half regular prices. Suspenders, Neck Wear, Collars, Cuffs, Underwear, White and Colored Shirts, Fino Flannel Shirts, Trunks, Valises, &c., Ac., Ac. If you don't find what you want in this list come and see us about it. We will try to have 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 La'-dies' THRO TZHZIE STOCK. WE WILL OPEN NEW GOODS EVERY DAY DURING THE WEEK. Wo have made arrangements for extra help during this sale and will do our best to have everyone served promptly, thereby obviating the tiresome waiting that is usually tho case at our store. your selections as early at possible and avoid tho great rush that wo always have a few days before Christmas. Nevertheless we advise you to make S. L. POWERS & CO., SPOT CASH HOUSE, Popular Originators and Promoters of low prices for all the people. The Watte of Life An Englisti mturalU remark that It ia a rad nliction that while the turbn lava 11,000000 not more than one on an average liven to reach maturity. Iu fith Kenenllv It take at teut 100,000 og( for etch individual to keep up the averge of tbe specie. In froga and amphibian a few hundred am amply aufficient. Hep tile often lay only much amaller number. In bird which hatcti their own egg and feed their young, from ten to two egg per annum are quite mfficlf nt to replenlib the earth. Araoug mammal three or four at a birth a large number, and many of the larger eorte produce one calf or foal at a lime only. In the human race at large, a total of five or alx acltdrrn for each mar. ried couple during a whole lifetime make up officientlv fjr Infant mortality and all other source of lo, though among aavatea a far higher rate la uully neceamy. In England an average of four and a half ohildren per family euffice to keep the pop ulation atatlonary. I'ubltaheil Tueattav ami Friday -AT eg, U IEll A.NNUM, CA.MII. ex- understood If w credit that I J.SO will be pected and demanded. W. P. WALTON. The Haughtf Hi ft. In one of the cities that He over against Bon ton there lift a family whose tuascn. line head U a man who hat won roneldera-b- le 1 1 man," said the broken hearted father, "to come into the home of an old man and take away his onlv daughter, the light of hi household, and the prop and aolace of hi declining year. But you have my blessing, and I tank!" One day lately a tramplah looking old with you every joy and" "Bat I won't fellow with a red none not on the car ut take her away, sir," interrupted the young aathe Winker' wife delivered her uiuil ot- - man, inexpreiblv affected. "We'll both der to the conductor. The old man watch atay right here." ed her performance curiously, and then 'Than; God therh's one man who never arose, pulled himeeli together, and called spoxe a croM word to hi wife," slid Sam out with a magnificent air that wai intmi Jones at an Omaha meeting the other table: good natured man ' Conductor, let me off at my old woman'e night a a round-face- i, peanut eland!" roein response to 8tm'c question if such a the air, and "my person was preaenl. The good natured A. roar went througn l huabind'a bank" hat been alluded to more man smiled a bland smile and said: "I than ever sines that time. -- Ruton Record haven't anv wif. I'm a bicblor." wealth, from humble beginning! not unlike those) of Commodore Vanderhllt, with the difference that while he, Ilka Vandarbllt, began a a boatman, ha expanded lolo the banking burinesa initead of Ever since he into the railroad bmlne-- s becitns a btnker hla wife bta beta taitten with the preal important) of her huebind's occupation, aod. hat advertised It on every occtaioo. Thehoriecar conductora on the line which runt into her citr all know her, and iBille when the inter the car and grandly utters her command: "Conductor, let me cfl at my husband's ''It' a solemn thing, yonng Prettiest Clerfin Itashinqton said that the prettiest girl in the em ploy of the goeernmint cjpylat at tte Detriment. Tola i saying a goid deal, a ab tut 4 000 women hold portions in Wihiuglon, nd probtbly 2 000 more in other pirt of thee untrr are receiving ailariei from Uocle 81m. Some of the "C iuntes," a the icirli employed in the Trei:ry are 0 tile I, are vry pretty, but the belle of the nave claimed to be entitled to the apple of PirU. 8he is a niece of our Minister to Eaglaad, Paelpi, and her family reside in this city. For about four rears the young lady has been employed as a typewriter in the office of Cimmodore Walder, the chief of the buretu of detail, receiving a salary of $500 a year. She a dirk-eyeblonde, with a beautiful figure, and the oulcerJ of the navy ars all her de voted slave. 8he was so much interrupted in her work oy them that Cjmmsnder Mc Call, in whose room she it, was csmpelled to prohibit the officers from interviewing herindepirtmsnt hours, and got a large screen, behind which her attraction are now hidden. If the commander leaves the room for a moment there is certain to be some bo'd young tar about the building to run in for a chat with the beauty, and when McCalla return the culprit is profuse in his excuei. The number of officers who have typewriting to be done is astonisblug and they all w:it to superintend the w.irk. The young lady does not appear to be aware of her attraction, but otn not bat notice that tbe other are not in such demand as neraelf When she leave) thedtpirtment at night there are gner ally two or m ho oIBjom accidentally waiting in the corridor to ecort hersafely down tbe elevator and see ber to tbe street car. The It i 1 Nif I wmld bj a mistake to suppose that the political partv of prohibition com-a maj rtty or even a cnidertble props grl Town Xsot For Hale ! W. H. Anderson. Icfler for sale privately his neat brick bouse sod lot of two arret on Somerset Avenue la Stanford. The place hai all tbe necessary improrementa and Is r. very desirable one. Call on or address me at Stan ford in regird to lu AinpreseaUtlreofMr NEWPORT NEWS MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, THE member of Congress even after his 80th birthday Oithe 2ll t February, ISIS.be wad stricken down with piralypMnhiaeeat Tfcemeni in the Hoiteetf beta gathered around him and he waa carried fir.it into the rotunda and then convey -ed to theSpeaker' room, where ha lay un nblo toepenk if not iinoiiiadoiH until the Mr.. Adaan waa at '231, whn he iliol oncei summoned und wan with him moat of tho timi- - until hi death. Ooogre's after the. dying man was carried from the hall of the Houce and on . ly met to adi turn while he lived.-- N. Kfprei-eotatlv.adjiurn-ellraraediately John Qulncy Adama, the "old man elo "I hops you are not disappointed in queut," died in the Cnpttel at Washington John?" eaid a 1'niladelphU mother a she Not content to lire in retirement he was a found her daughter crying six month after I am," sobbed the young does not bue you, doeB hi?' "No but be doe wor'e. Aw I experiment ing with electric lihtx and ue my new wife. mrriaie "Ye, "He wire buaile as a conductor." "Docder," ho taid caully to i physician, whom be met on the H'rcst, "I'm cod a bid cod in my IihiI. Wind would joj advid-tme to db?" And the dooior, who docin't give eomething for nothing when he can help it, replied; ''I would adUe you to buy a dczen pocket haudkerchiefa nnd then consult a physician " .I :" An 18 year old girl in Colorndo burnod u To tub Emplovb. -- Your time durlni; ranch down to secure $3,000 insurance mon biulnes or working hours not your own ey to Haniat a mother and son in the peni It U your stock in trtde, nod you have Bold teirisry for uittln siialing. A deleative it to yuur isnutoyer. If a merohant sells a oourti I tho i rl, who told the story to her birrel of lljur t full prlc. and then ex- Bjppjred lovr. Chlcigo Ltdgrr. tract a few ptund', he ia a lhler; you sail 8olomin had sevcr.U hundred wive, and your time just n he eellu hli flaur. The ho whs rtpn idered. thti wieeet man of his Contract between you and your emplorer U time. In thexu ilegeueMti days Solomon's made on the uah or your utttiiui service, wisdom would hiti been questioned. during all theworklng hour, sod he has Washington Critic fulfillment t( the aame right to demand a It t ) the letter that you have your pirt of In the last six vear the otton milli of to expect full pay at the and of the week. the South have Increased In number from eighty-eigh- t Tne rea in that corn la best fed at night 101 to 310, and in production to dl per cent. They have secured new markets Ii becuo it require a longer time exporting gnpde. goat, and bo long s the crop cantilnj a tin and are now largely fowl i not hungry anJ doe, gte grain the Jones -- "Hera's a letter I don't Want my not chill io readily. If soft aod is glee i wife to Bee. Cn't 7011 bide it where it In the evening, go out abjut three hours af won't he likely to b disturbed?" Servant feel 'f their crop aud vou will girl -- "Ye, Kir. I'll stick it in the family in the time they find them empty, and bible" are emptied thn fowl will Hhlver and suflar "Djn't yen think my daughter has quite in the morning. in the cold until fed remarkable yoic?" "She ccrlainly han for the Th. HnmWV'BOhnnl loi-oShe's hut f wouldn't be dhtDiuraued. firetBlt months of 1837 will be in (i.iils yi'iing yet aud may on'grow il, you know," Exodui. Journal, h Mpaa-- . 1 uey Complaint for a great many years and with He was a nobby young man of blue blond Eczema for three yean; at time could ac&rcely walk, and had tried manr rpmfelloi vlthnnt fin end good finsnchl backing, tn I as ho eat est, before be began taking Klectrlo Ulttera and down In the car he pulled out his handker anointing ma liana wltb Bucklen'a Arnica Salre, KO chief An odor of p;rfume was wafied Thla treatment afforded blui great relief and be Cbrlstmaa (lools. to BOUJIXE'S for all tby Itcnson: Biurnebas Just reeelred direct from through the car, nnd a boy sitting beside itrongly recommend Ulcctrio Hitter to all wbo wew iork tity the nicest and cheapest lot erer aufftr with Kidney Complaint or need a Blood brought to tula neck of tbe woods. his mother suddenly called out: "Siy, I'urlflcr. Sold by Tonny A MoAlliter. Thou ehaltbuytbo medicine from Bourne ma, why can't we buy onions which Btuell Leasou: Bourne' good are pure. Thy life 1 too valuable to be sacrificed because of icert remMost Excellent. as nlco as that." J.J. Atklne, Chief of Police, KnoxTlIle.Tenn., edies. Shalt marry soon , very soen. Thou Somebody stole two hens in Peoria, Ilwrltei: "My family and.! are beneflclarlo of your Iteaaon: The goose bone marketh this a bard wintur, acd Bourne's toilet articles will make linois, and a paper thero closes a vigorous most excellent medicine, Dr. King' Now Dlacov. theo beautiful above thy lollow. (Ic thou dost ery for Consumption; having found it to be all not (1 I re to marry, thou oori desire to be envied ci artlalo on tbe subject with these worde: that you claim forlt, doilre to teatlfy to its vir- because of thy beauty. The guilty wretches have not yet been tue. My friend to whom I hare recommended It .Thou shalt go hunting and fishing. Bourne bat caught, but startling developments are on pralae It at every opportunity." Dr. King's New tbe materials. have a baby, Thou shalt a fiddle, an accordion, DItcoToryfor Conamption1 guaranteed to cure violin atrlngs, lamps, frames, picture, mirror, the eve of exploding." warranted lewelry. Coughs. Coldi. Hronchltla. Althmi. Rmun nn,l . Bourne ha then ad The grand eccret nf advertising is repe- ery atlectlon ofths Throat, Cheat and Lungs, TrI. ever brought toStsoford. the finest lot of candles Thoushalt keep lu mind that Fours e ia the U m uuiiioa rreoai renny A McAIUtr'a Drug Store, Au occasional advertisement tition. uirgi izo et cleverest nun (except Dr. Coi)and the best man bitrely sufficient to keep the advertiser to deal with How U your blotr Vte Ureeu "Boies red, violets blue, Sraaparllla from falling into the limbo ni utterly for- For itourilu'a la f h tilar... (ni vr... fjk.l...... .. ttle, by McRoberu A Sugg at 11. In fnrf. (h. hair ,tt .l. T...i.. ....a gotten thing. Et. Ue (Jreen Cough Balsam for cougb and colds. hare not been told tbea. rnco ouc. ror tale br Mcltobert A SUgg. A Maine druggist has written a play. It Qreen'a E!ectrlo 01 cure all should be a good one. A man wbo keep For tale by MeEoberU A 6Ugg cches and pale. A. at 80c. a soda water fountain in a prohibition Orccn'a Golden Balm, aure cum inr Palarrh t Stale elearns how to judge human nature, 50c, at McRolxrt portion of the temperance reformers of the country. The extreme and fanatic Jl notions of the prohibllioaist do not enable them to who (he practiatl and moderate advocate of teavmnce reform, lemptr-onc' Tae oraa of ttn C mrch Temperance 8oj ety," pubtihi ii Nw Yjrk, put lit tie faith ia the tntinid of proJibittoa, but favors high licirm an 1 other mean of restraining cue evil of the liquor traffic. Toil jiurnal cWge tne prohibitionists of New York witn baring defeated a restrio tive licenae bill in the LeUlntore of that State laat winter. Because they oould not obtain their extreme dem tod they refused their support to practical meaturei of re straint, on the fanatical ground that licease of the liquor traffic Is "a covenant with sin ana a compounding with crime " Yet whin they shut the saloons Iher license tne druc store for the sale of liquor for medicine, as in AUlue and Kineas, and thu make it easy for any one to obtain all the liquor he may want by lying and (Ue pretense. In the Pennsylvania Lvialature last session the influence of the prohibitionists was tf fectlvely wielded to prevent tbe passage of a high license Uv, aud the friends of this policy may as weilbj prepared to encaua- ter the same iotl tenoa at tie next session. The mj)rity in the legislature is pledged to submit a prohibitory I uuor amendment and with tbispronib.tiooMU will doubtless be content. U'tt tho friends of practical temperauce reform should not for this reason lesen their effiria to secure such an atnendmeotof ttiu licease laws as would abite some of the mischiefs and evils of the liquor traffic in our large cities and .towns. Philadelphia Record, Pennsylvania is not bothered with tramp', A few yersngo the tramp and perpat Eueklen's Arnica Salve so uneadura. etio beggar nuisance Tbe beat Salra lu the world lor Cuu. tirulici ble in that State that the Legislature took Sores, Hilt llheuui, Feter 6ore, Tetter, Chapped the matter up and passed a law, provid- Hand, Callblalni, Core and all Skin Eruption, and pojltlrely euro ed a law, providing for a year's hard work ia guaranteed to give Pl!i, or no paytequlred. I, perfect atlifictlon, or money for any tramp committed by n justice, and refunded. Trice 25 cent per box. For axle by authorizing any clt.zsn to arrest end take PoniiT A MeAllator. the offender before the proper officer. As An Old Citizen Speaks a result tbe streets and highways have beh Mr. J. M. NorrU, an old eltlun of Rome, Oa. freu frntn the presence of theia gentry eaya thai be had been badly troubled with Kid. e, 1 1 d type-writers bec-tm- ISMt P. 31. JicnOIlETtTH. GUESIPEUEAJ III! HOUTE FOK SJLXsX: ! A valuable Stock Farmcontalnlug 31 Acren tliuated 1 mile from Crab Orchard ua the Stantord pike. The two new store-r- imt and rooms over same, In Sisnlord.ou Booth aide of MainatrMt, built by Owsley A con. Also tbe brick reIdac in which 1 am now living. I', J: Mi. O WHIjKKy. J61-Stanford, Washington, Philadelphia and Nowr Kcn(nckj8 Ronte East roa York. The only line running PULLMAN NCW SLT3ElIN CARS Store-Roo- m IN STANFORD Store-Roo- for ltetit A SOLID TRAIN PKOM Louisville, Olnolnnati & to Washington Oity, Laxinrton, Kt. The Uayden the test in Stanford, in location anl arrangement. Applv to IF. 1VJBLVU, 1654t Stanford, Ky. a. II. K. TAYLOB, COUNrr, a Candidate or the office ofSuperlniendeat of Puollo Instruction, subjeot to the Democratic State Contention, Of LOO AN 1 The Direct Bouts to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Vlrslala and North Carolina Point. For tickets anl further Information, apply to roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. 2d Vice Pieeldent. Oen'lPati'r Loultfllle, Kv. Past Trains for Now York. Connecting in the aame depot with Agt. For Sale ata Bargain. porch-Wel- PIANOS ! Conoert Grand, I offer lor sals privately in Stanford, Ky., a very desirable residence with surea ro-l and of water at the door; stable, amoka houe, Ac. About an acre of ground in tbe lot. For term, Ac, apply to JO. O. A.LFOBD, 1CJ- Agent for J.B. Allord. r I Parlor Grand, 0 JE. H. FOX, The Photographer, Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Square Grand. We are opening tbe most carefully aelected, the finest and best stock of PIANOS AND ORGANS Ever brought to tbl city. Every instiument 1 Iha nrldu nf an artlat an. I nrl... .nnA ,...... .a . 25 percent, lower tnan otner dealers aak tor tbe same gooas. fersons ot musical and art culture are invited to an inspection of the beautiful, cultivated, refined ton and artist design ot these celebrated instrument: Danville, .... Ky. ta Tlio Frames Mario to Order. 3TEWCOMI5 HOTEI4 MT VERNON, KY. Hotel la still fine reputation. Charges reasonable. 8peclal attention to the traveling public. 31. F. XEircOMIl, Pro'r. , " Mt. Vernon, Ky. well-knoM-1- Kunbc, tho J"a raous Decker & Son, the rounlar lt nnd the Rclinblo Scir England "iTorld-rcmwiicd Et-ere- rinnos, Tho Oelebrated Olough and Warren and the John Ohuroh & Oo. Organs. Special Ag'te. HlanforU. Ky. Or P.OSE K. mCHAHU, ' J5eferencca:-- A. It. Fenny, Mr. E.M. Carpenter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and Jarae lJaa. ley, Btanforo; Mis. Maggie iioltues, Crab OrctW ami Gen. V. J. tandrirtu and Mis JJzala Huff-ma- n, , Laccarl.-r- This old and Please communltate nd prices. a. It. X) L. .. COOK, nlih us Tor catalogues, term JPJVJS COMMANDS! '"It Ky. 133-l- O. & M, & Thedircct through line and from IRJ old established route Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii and all points in the West. Two (2) Dally Trains from LouIsvlllo to 8t. Loul. Three (3) Trains from Cincinnati Only tO ItoiiiH illy tobt. from Louis. Tho Only Lino by whioh you can got a Through Slooping Car From Clndnttl to jt. Louis. and Cincinnati toSt. taado up of a combination tot. Louis. Loulsiilleand Cincinnati ..r TilG O A tfeJVT 1,ltbonlr MIssIs-lp- lit running King8 Qr2aiil Combination INTERIOR JOURNAL And tbe Louisville a.ToNb VToute. lul.ofmallroad. .1 I jb Slagg'. THE rl, The Qerman Keichstag proposes to sub stitute for dueling the casting of .lots, the loser to go quietly o3 by himself, and care fully commit suicide women bad the solving of the labor question it would be the law for all the husbands to keep tbe coal etutlle filled. fr-- If llaby was aick, we gate her Cutorla, .Vben abo wm a Child, aha cried for Caatorla, When ahe became Mlis, she clung to Caatoria, Whoa ahe had Children, she gare them Caatoria, TVTien Weekly Courier - Journal One year for only $3-t- wo pper for more than tbe price of ooe, little ns .ami Tho greatest wag ever known aim' tongue. A wo By paying us S3 you will receive for one your borne paper with the CourlwJourual. year the Ic and for a tariff for revenue only, and tbe beet, brightest aud ablest tauitly weekly In the United BlatM. Thojo who doslro to cxamluo a aamntt copy of thn can do ao at thla oitice. Courier-Journal Bleeping Cars on nlnot trains; LuxuriantPalatial Par. lor Cara on day trains: Klegant Way Coach- ea on all train:. BnlfrAc,?.? c.0.nB1HoMre made In UNION diverging line by theO. 4 Hallway, thus avoiding trobleaome trans- M. fer by other routes. The Ohio A Mlulsslppl Railway i the only llns between Louisrllle, Cincinnati and tit. Loiii under one mansgement, runnlug all it trains throuth solid and in consequence Is recognized Plrst-CI- aa Route between thoto Cities. Apply to ticket Agent of connecting lines for lull partkular a to rates, time, mp, clrcultr or auy desired lnfornutlou, or write to T.r.u!r,,Vtl1 " IOHN V. UAItiMAitlf. Pree. and Oeu'l Mn'gr, Tho Ohio pl R,,way run nvoi. " l'fi ryaA, Ky. U.B.SUAT-jrU11. ril.Flni.atl I Uou. VMi. Ag't.flt If ; it-- Ii ... uka&amRt.rtwtitl :.l.itJiiMffltiii,tmt1i ,: JU the offices of the sec retary of r and of the navy are still manned by republicans, who secure aBtbey foel themielves to be in tfllce, are as insolent and as odious as they cm mako thomBclvcs to democrats and especially to the representatives of democratic) papers. It is a turning shame that they are retained when the offices rightly belong to the democrats. Eadicott is said to be only the secretary of war in name, his duties being entirely performed by republican clerks. A writer says theee dapper little dudes delight in mistreating their betters and it it a source of Intense gratification to them to lord it over a democr atic correspondent. Mr. E n dicott has not made a change in the department since he loaned the President the use of his name to ornament the head. The reason given for this in army circles is that with the touch-hol- e Eodlcott is a "smooth-bore- , spiked," and knows no more of tho du ties of a secretary of war than a pig does about playing the flute. Eadicott is one of the previously unknown men that the administration has discovered, and he with the other rascals ahonld be made to walk the plank, since his qtter incompetency has bee a found out. A WOMAN arrived last week at Tamps, Fia., from Cuba, who on being searched by tho custom officers for contraband articles, was found to wear a tin bnstie, inside of which was a gallon of the fioeit Jamaica rum. There haa been a question as to whether the bustle is ornamental, but no one ever dreamed that it was useful until this fair damsel demonstrated it so forcibly. Ladies in prohibition counties can render themselves exceedinglr popular by taking this hint. A sharp politician said to us that he believed that the candidacy of Judge Hines for governor was really In the interest of Gen. Buckner and that he was bought out by the Frankfort crowd to accomplish the He thinks that general's nomination. Hines can carry eome of the counties that Buckner can not and by having the proper delegates appointed be able to take them over at the proper moment to the hero nf Fort Donelion and nominate him with a 4 In Bradle c"ouuy, Ark., John anj Joe Bradley were shot from ambush and killed by a wealthy neighbor nimed Hamilton and another named Seebmy. Mrs. Jane Wheller, who was recently murdered in Cleveland, leaves an estate of from $150,000 to $200,000. It is thought that her husband did the deed, The friends of the late Gen. Winfield Scott Hancock have raised a fund for the purchase of a home for Mr', Hancock in Washington, where she will hereafter reside. Senator Van Wyck Introduced a reeo-lutito amend the constitution so as to require the election of U. S. Ssnatora by the people of the States instead of by the Legislatures. A large insurance company of has Issued a confidential circular to its agents warning them against insuring per sons who are in the habit of dying their hair or beards. George Rice, of Marietta, has filed suit for $100,000 against the Standard Oil Co., and Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company for damages, and $50,000 for over freight charges. Gratiot Waahburne, Secretary of the General Council of the American Exhibition In London, fell dead at tho Gait House, The Coroner's jury Louisville, Friday. decided that death resulted from cerebral apoplexy. Judge Barclay, 8t. Louis circuit court, decides that the stipulations printed on telegraph message blanks exempting telegraph companies from liabilities for mistakes and delays are against public policy and declared them void. The people of Georgia may, or may not, be prohibitionists on a count of noses, but it is quite evident that the "wet" element predominates in her legislative body, which tabled a bill proposing a $10,000 11- ceme for wine rooms. was damaged to Tho Paris court-hom- e the amount of $2,000 by fire, which originated In the usually defective flue. Some of the records were also damaged. The build ing is one of the finest of the kind In the State, having coat $136,000. John H. Hamilton, a farmer of Bourbon county, aged about 45 years, waa shot in the back by an unknown person while returning to his home, several triles from Milleraburg. The wound ia considered a serious one and may prove fatal. The wholesale dealers of Louisville who are members of the Executive Committee of the National Protective Association of Liquor Dealers in Kentucky, have declared in favor of moderate licsnes and the closing of the ealoons on Sunday. Fratik Jones, a conductor on the Cin cinnati Southern railroad, living at Somer set, attacked his wife with a batcher knife Friday evening, Inflicting two wounds In her neck and one on the heid. Jones, who waa drunk at the time, wis arrested and is In jail. -- Eanica Birton, an IS year old girl of Fredrick, W. Va., waa shot dead by her younger sister, who was examining a revol ver that she knew wan not loaded. Eunice was to have been married on Thursday to Asa Gray, a young farmer, but wis buried on that day instead. Milton Moore, a young medical student from Fleming county, has been sentenced to a life imprisonment for manin slaughter committed in a poker-rooPhiladelphia. His father did not know what .bad happened till ho went to that city to visit his wayward son. to haye crippled a It la said that both The recent flurry in Wall street ia said dcnn or more Congresi-men- . 8 tenfold, Ky December 21, 1880 W. P. WALTON. Up to last Saturday a special relief committee of Charleston had received JC49.748 74 for the benefit of earthquake sufferers. Of this sura nearly $160,000 was ttl...,1 k Jah VArlrtMf ulnnn DANVILLE. BOTLE COUN1 Big Bispltiy I 1 I f - OF - DOUBXTE NUMKEK Tub beat reading that we have come lone time Is the letter of Judge Fontaine T. Fox, Jr., in reply to one from across In a an Individual named Dodce,.nho occupies the exalted position of profeesor of Greek in that delectable exponent and practicer of mixed schools, Berea Ojllcge, suggesting a secret confeience at Lexington on the 21st of this month for the purpose of cousollda- ting the republican, prohibition and labor elements to the end that the State effiiea anil the legis'aturo ba captured and the government run to suit the beautiful tastes of that aggregation of intellectual giants, of whom John D. White, Gen. Fry and Logan McKeearo the greater and eeteral other lees noted individuals are the tester lights, their names being signed to the call lor a union that is to "lose sight of all public questions In order to carry the legislature and lake control of the Blate gotern-meatJudge Fox, like the true man that he is, refutes to ba led into this trap to betray his friends and co laborers for prohl-bitio- n and tolls the professor so in nords that have tho bark on them, alter giving the whole snap away and spurning the confidence the marplots would takp him into. Says the judge: "You are mistaken in me, at least. I did not leave the democratic party to get Into the republican party. To me the republican party ia but the has. tard eon of the old whig party and the illegitimate grandchild of those Federalists who burnt their blue lights on the coast of If the prohibition and Massachusetts, of this State and Union falls reform party of its lofty and patriotic objects, I can return to the democratic party. I do not know and I do not Intend to learn the way to tho republican parly least of all, the way leading there through treachery to friends." The epistle close: "My answer to you will be complete when I tell you in all frankness that I do not care to what motive you, cr any one e'ss, may attribute the spirit of this letter, or the JecL that, if you or they ever we it, you will firat see it in a public journal. Cb that subject you may extrciso your wit or your imagination without let or hinderance, nor will I eyer again take any notice of you or any one else, or in anything coming ftom you in connection with this conference or any other looking to an act that is intended to bring evil, and evil only, to the prohibition and reform parly of this State and of the Union." Thus ia another great scheme of republican minds thwarted and an iniquitous fusion scorned and spat upon. ." Pls hurrah. There will be no tariff reduction during the present session of Congress. Mr. Mor- rison's motion to go into the committee of the whole for the consideration of his bill to reduce the war tailu'wss defeated Saturday, 154 naya to 149 ayes. Randall and 23 others claiming to be democrats, but whose names show them to be a lot of nobodies, voted against the consideration and six republicans for it. CArr. Gaoss, who it was claimed in several quarters did not effer his resignation of the U. S. Marshalthip in good faith, has withdrawn it and the muddle Over the appointment of bis successor ban cleared up. TheLiuisville Commercial says that if Bag-er- s could have been named as his successor, Groea would have been perfectly willing to withdraw, but Ilager a mountain horso, was showing much speed in' getting there, hence the reconsideration. It ia said that Hsger'a nomination would be a serious setback to Gen. Buckner's candidacy for governor, as llager would probably throw the influance of his effico to Harris. Capt. Grcsa Is anxious to have Gen. Buckner elected, aa it was out of a chivalrous loyalty to the old war horse that the captain refuted to be a candidate himself. It appears, therefore, that rather than Bee some one ap pointed who would injure Buckuer's chances, Cept. Gross will hold on to the fattest office in the State. W.B.Hansford has found that Junction City will not support his paper and has thersfore decided to move tho Uervli to',Somerset and consolidate it with the Banner, whioh he has purchased. Without a liberal advertising patronage, it Is an uphill business to run a newspaper, and there are not enough merchants iu Junction City to keep one up, even if all were as liberal as our friend Vanaredall. Is one membir of the Senate, Jones, cf Florida, and one of the House, Aiken, of South Carolina, who never darken the doors of tho chambers at Washington. The former may have been at the capital Rentfrow'a Musical Comedy Co., will , show here Tuesday. -J- ohn T.Idol, brother ol P. H. Idol, the sewing machine man, died of typhoid fever at Danville to day. P. E. Sullivan qualified as adminietra-to- r of the estate of James Rhody, deceased, in the county court The ladies of Trinity church are prein paring a dinner to to be served the yacant etore room next to Samuels' drug store. Offing to the stupidity of mall agents something elso the Interior Journal, or which should have reached here on Friday at 5:40 A M. did not arrlye until that hour on Saturday. Mr. Robert McKee, a student of the law department of Ann Arbor Unlveraity,U at home for the holidays. Harry Glovlnoli has returned from Maysvlllo and iaat work at the lribune office. Col. C. E. Bowman, of Frankfort, la ia town. Misses Walker and Faulkner, of Lancaster, are yisltiog Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Argo at the D. & D. Institute. Mr. J. M. Bryant, of Chicago, Is In town. Miss Be, ale Craft, of Holly Springs, Miss., is visit-in- g her grandmother, Mrs. C. C. Young. The large wholesale drygooda house of Roll, Thayer, Williams A Co., of Kanaas City, has failed for over $100,000 and the news ia Interesting to the people of this part of the country from the fact that two of the partners, Mr. Norton Thayer and Mr. J. E. Welch, were originally from Danville. The latter ia a son of Mr. G W. Welch, 8r., of this place, who left for Kansas City Friday night. Mr. W m. Lyie is also announced as a candidate for the democratic nomination for the Legislature ft this county. That makes three contestants, Judge R. J. Breckinridge, Capt W. E, Grubbs and Mr. Lyie. Judge Breckinridge ia announced to; speak y at 1 o'clxk and it ia likely all three will be present and give their viowe on the great questious of the day. The funeral of James Rhody, formerly of this place, who was killed by a railroad accident Friday night, occurred here on Saturday. Mr Rhody was a fireman and he together with his engineer, Christopher Toole, were killed beyond Somerset by their engine running off the track and falling on, them A committee ol the Brotherhood of Eogineers aud Firemen attended the faueral. y.. y CHRISTMAS - AT - GOODS ' T. R. WALTON'S, Cor. Main aud Somerset Sts. I will open to-morro- w, splendid assortment Trix, embracing Saturday, a of Christmas : , ' Pretty Toys, ft. 1 Delicious Candies, Tropical Fruits, All kinds of Nuts, Freshest Cakes, &c. ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES. X : If you fail to see these goods before it. ' Ml. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. There once or twice, but the latter, although elected to the 49th Congress, has never taken his eeat. Bith draw their pay with alarming regularity, however. m The Colored Normal School, which tho last legislature ordered to be established, will be located at Frankfort. Several towns in the State contested for the alleged priz;, but the capital city outbid them, donating $1,500 in cash and ten acrse of ground on the top of Fort Hill. Tne site la a desirable one and the building when finished will have cost $7.500. tramps, confined iu the atLancaster, Pa , have struck for roast beef and vegetable soup at their meals, with chewing and smoking tobacco following after. They are fortifiad in an old building and decline to work until their Forty-eigh- t work-hous- e The Oirensboro Messenger is led to remark: "Soul e Smith was once an entertaining nowspaper correspondent, but he He seems The London Leader has been sold to Mr. is becoming a regular "W. H. Martin, an experienced printer, who to have a constipation of subjects and a diby the way onco held a case in this office arrhea ef words. very satisfoctorially to the proprietor, and NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. he will continue to maae it a Bimon:pure The Ohio Supreme Court haa decided democratic organ. While wishing him the largest measure of success, we yet regret to the Djw Liquor law constitutional. Lt. Gov, Hindman denies the re see Mr. Graft leave the paper, which he maila m hrtotit unit nimtT and on which he port that he Is a candidate for auditor. Factor Jonea and Dick Bullock were ehowed so many qualities likoly to make him one cf the most noted journalists oi tne shot by a mob for the murder of Geo.Tafle, State. Wo hope he will not remain outside near Llttlo Bock, Ark. The House bill which passed the Senthe profession many days. ate extends the frae postal delivery system JorxiE Durham's ecrutiny of the ac- to Frankfort and Padncah. counts of the U. 8. marshals and commis The Richmond Register reports the sioners and his rejection of every item in death of Mr. Paulina Bodes, aged 85, and them not within the purview of the law, James B, Miller, aged 7$. has let theee individusls to devising a plan The whaling bark, Atlantic, was driven d, to have the powers of the Controller on the California ehore and went to .iecer, so that bis decisions will not be final causing the loss of 25 lives. bat subject to an appeal to the attorney Governor Alger, of Michigan, ia to general in the matter of accounts of officers give the 487 newsboys of Detroit a new soil who hold tbelr appointments under the de- of clothes each on Chrlilmas. partment of justice, and they have succeedHenry Hurter, cashier of the Western ed in getting a bill to that effect before Bank and the Western Insurance Company, Congrats. of Louisville, died, aged 43 years. Tne Russian Minister at Washington is The money kings are getting in their That body hat peseed allowed $25,000 a year by his government work laHhe Senate. a bill to redeem the trade dollar and the for the purpose of giving entertainments. Comptroller of the Currency Trenholm House will likely follow suit. The poor folks have lost from 15 to 25 cents each on makes a plea to Congress to have the govthese coins and the bankers and broken ernment aisume the liabilities of the Freed will be that much in pocket when the bill man's Bank. Ernpp, the famous manufacturer, has becomes produced a gun that will throw a ball Any proposition to reduce taxation fa alweighing two tons through thirty eight ways popular, cineequently there was a of Louisville Inches of solid troa. Urge meeting of the citizens A wealthy widow of Waterbury, Conn , Saturday night to eadoreo Mayor Booker eloped with n hired roan and when her Reed's course and to appoint committees to brothers captured tbem, she spited them by carry out his tiUggestionr. cutting her own throat. Mrs. Langlry haa netted $32,000 in Cpltil Printing Company, of The Frankfort, purchased Thursday the outfit the ten weeks she has been playing ia New of tho late Ktiluihj Yeoman nrwapapur, I Yor?, and her wiion ia not half over. Bsju- gas-bacur-taile- J demands are complied with. Mrs. Hugh Jones, of Erie, Pa , a lady in poor circumstances, is one of the three sisters who are heirs of their brother, Henry Hughes, who lately died at Calcutta, India, leaviog an estate of 1,000,000. Mrs Jones will probably have more New Year's callers this seaton than ever before. Col. Wright, UnltedStales coinmUslua er of labor, states that there is a total prison population in the United States of 57,831, of whom 52,739 are at work and the remainder idle. By sexes the convicts are 47,838 males and 9,001 females. The number of convicts working under tho contract system is 14.930, or a trifle over 29 per cent. A Texas mob ended the life of one James Howard Thursday la short order. When it is undarstood that Howard had been amusing himself by branding a largo wife Uj II Into the flwh of hU iron, sympathy will be means of jjd-ho- t with t!EMibi bahiist muca law and order may condemn mob violence. Louisville Times The engine of a wrecking train jumped the track noar Whitley station, on the Cincinnati Southern, in rounding a curve and turned over catching engineer Chris. Tor- ley and fireman James Hhoda under it. The former was mangled beyond recognition and the lattcr?s face was masbol flat and hie body parboiled by escaping1 steam. The Senate, by a vote of 30 to 22, parsact ed the bill to repeat the and the Honae concurring, as it will, there will pass from the statutes ooe more reminder of the days when the republican party considered itself the government and sneered at the President who dared oppose its revolutionary designs against the people dMhe Southern States. Frank Saunders has bien arrested at Taccoa, Ga., charged with murder and He is thought to have brained with an ax John G. Bwilling, his wife and three children and then set fire to their house to conceal his crime. Robbery is suppoeed to have been the incentive to the crime. and if bin guilt Saunders is an tenure-of-qffice ar-to- 1. lr. I, -- Call in at J. L. Whitehead's before Christmas. R. L. Myers haa received an. appointment' as gaugcr. Ha vrlll work at D. P. Bslhurum's stillhoute aa soon as Mr. B. gets to running. -- Cnristmae for big folks, little folks and all. Go to J. L. Whitehead's and examine his atcck of holiday goods, the handsomest and cheapest assortment in the country. Call in and be aatoalshed. Married, laet Thursday, the lli.h. at Birmingham, Ala , Mr. R)bert Vanbook to Mlas Mamie Jolly. Mr. Vanhook former-llived In this county. He is now an evangelist of the Christian church for tho State of Alabama. Dr. A. G. Lovell and wile havd gone to Louisville to live. The doctor haa been there himeelf for some time and says that be has already built up a fair practice. We regret to give them up, but hope he will meet with success in the practice of his profession at that place. Fi. D. Hauwl closed his school at this So far as I hear he place last Thursday. There is a has given entire siliafactlon. good opening here for a select school now. There ought to be a school here all the time and I can't see why some good, energetic teacher does not come bete and build one up. has been secured iu The conrt-hou- ee wMh in l.Yfl tha Xmas tree. Thia is a much better place than the church. The tree will show off betttcr and theie will be more room. Tho interest increases as the time draws near. More people from the country are expected than ever attended one at this place before. Come everybody and we will try and make it pleasant for you. S. L. Whitehead went to Williams burg Sunday. David Thompson and wife, of Garrard, are at Mrs. M. O. Bragg's. Woods Barnes, the popular notion drum ' mar, spent Sundav here; Mrs. Nath ShuJoplin Sunday. B. mate visited Mrs. J. L II. Conn and Alex Hurst, of Brodhead,were in town yesterday. Mrs. O.S. Nield, Is at ber father's, Jack Adams. G. W. HnckloB is at home for the holidays. Mis) Georgia Brown is at home again, having closed her school last Saturday, On Wedneiday afternoon last at 3 o'clock, at the home of the bride in this county, Mr. George O, Fish and Mies Lura Hiatt were united in matrimony, Elder P. J. Hiatt officiating;, Mr. T. N. Roberts and Mjss Ella Ramsey were the attendants. The wedding was very quiet, only a few friends and relatives of the contracting parties being present. Mr. Fish is a nice young farmer and one among the most popular young men we have in the county, Tha bride Is one of tho most estimable young ladies living in thia vicinity. She never looked prettier than on her wedding day. Their union ought to ba a happy one, oa they have lived near and known , ., .i ,r ft ..- - !? ,M y $ Please bear in mind that the following goods are also in stock, and that they are as nice and fresh as you could wish: , Citron, Layer and Seedless Kais- ins, Currants, Figs, Primes, Mince Meat, Macaroni, Cheese, Oat Meal, Hominy, Beans, Kroute Honey, Butter and Soda Crackers, and Canned Goods in Great Variety And while you are buying Christ-ma- s Goods, don't forget that he has all the NECESSARIES OF LIFE, a little better, than can be found any- - Sr where else. lii u WUL1UUL tire tis guuu, ana. pemaps jfio i ci, jpft 1) !) WVLTOJV T'tatnnl'irantlauUo, cWrK. Cor. Main and Somerset Streets, M.A.IUC WP',T L' IMateaa 1 -- M t' J- - ItNii yon with to buy n cloak for a Christ tnaa Rift read Osrslsy & Craig's "ad." If Stanford, Ky K. O. WALTON, L. Malaga. Qiurra, cooking figi, nuts, can December 21, 1886 dies and oranges at wholesale Mctcslf A Foster. ' U. will rcll half-far- Business Manager. TIME CARD. Tub K Dec. 21 to e Jan. 1, at all point, tickets from good to re AH. LOCAL turn Jan. 3, Mtl ' ln Exprwi train" " ' solnr. North Boulh, Houth Mwh. .i 3 10 r. M. m. 1 II u ... a is r. K A. 13 on standard Urns, Bolsr Ir yon want let. come and buy a nice a nice Christmas protest dinner or chamber MetciKA Foster. Tat jst9 ti ratenlitod tl o It about '10 Dtlnatra liUr from LOCAL NOTICES. The EInk will be open again next Friday night, when ills likely thero will be some special attraction. Twelve specimens of Die buflsio have recently been aai'iired fur the National Hay and oata for rale. Hare Mo- Museum at Washington The taxidermist Roberts. ot this institution was tent out lo Wyo For Sale -- A lot of pure timothy hay mini nod Montana to procure tbrn, a it in bulk. John Bright, waedesired to get good skins for mnunllnir II. 0. Jeuklns bought ia Hirdin 70 before the buflilo became extinct. head of mu le for $7,017. Ninetj-'evc- n tears sjp a handful of For Rent -t- he Wm. Hays house and coarss wooled sheep wire landed in Austra " 30 acres of land. F.Reid, For Sale.-- 7 or 8 1001b. shouts. 8. lia, which have so increed ss to no ' nuin L. Withers, Gilberts Creek. t ber 80,000,000. Now is the time to buy extra fine iiw AimiRTiHiar.nTh. Shorthorn bulls cheap of A. M. Felsnd. One hundred extra nice shoata for tale; will weigh 110 or 116 pounds. A. T. NOTICE TO CREDITORS LAND, STOCK AND CROP Nun-nelle- oiliO-ae- : 3 i ,.f. i THE son o the little R L Salter, of Boyle county, old to Cspt. and Mrs. W. W, Johnson, died Bun-da- y Itreal Braun, of Cincinnati, 4 Caristmas LINCOLN LAND fOMPANY. Ask your arocer for the Cincinnati B night after a short illnees. kery Co.'a crackers and cakes. beeves, avenging 1,008 pounds, at 0 ct. Alt rerioni timing debts sgsliut the Lincoln W AToniH and Jewelry repaired on shor A farmer in Monroe county, N. x .. Land Company sre rtqaeittd to preunt thetn to Them: will be a supper at Bright' notice and warranted by Penny & McAlls 130-ac- re farm, from which he told J. Vf, Alcorn at bis offlce In BUoford, Ky. School-housfor the benefit of their new owns a rO. C.JtlVlIAIIl). . . this season $400 worth of beans, $800 worth Pmtdent. Ucinxns, Attentioh. Loaded Car- church, from 4 to 0 r. it. Tuesday, 23th. of shot, at Penny & barley. tridge, allelic of wheat and $1,000 worth of OiiANOKS, nuts and candles, the largest I. W.Allen. Syracuse, N.Y., had 57 stock of Jewelry, latent itock ever, before and they hare to be head of valuable Holeteln-Frieila- n BANK, A oomtletk cattle CITIZENS NATIONAL style, llockford watcbea a specialty. Pen sold. Come and examine. Metcalf & Fits destroyed by fire one night last week. Hit LANCASTER, KT. st A MoAlistsr. ler. loss, including cattle, is placed at $40- ,CAPITAL - - - $135,000 00 PERSONAL Christmas Candtee, Nuts, Oranees, Lem 000. CrackOyster Tne total realixtd for 115 Lead of thorThis Bank nlitlts accounts of individuals, flrrai Cait. and Mhs. Fkamk Harkis are one, Grapes, Figs, Ralslnt, "Model Gro oughbreds at Treacy A Wilson's sale at and corporation. Its facilities for making col ers, &3.. at A.A.Warren's In Carlisle. rlsltlnK relatires Lexington was $130,465, an average of over lections, la all parts of the United Ststes, ars Mrs, W. C. Wkerritt returned from eery." and cutomen are st sll times granted $860, Fonso, who won the Kentucky Der an8TOP right here. Before you read a Tlslt to Loutsrllle Saturday. any reawnable accommolsUoni they see proper Mna. J, E. Bruce, with Robbie and other line, sae tha advertisement of Bruce by (n 1880, brought $7,800. touk. WjTg to oftVr our eertlccs to the cltl- Danville CounT. About 160 cattle Knrcruelghborlng coantl t, without Btnklu Lena, siwnt a few days with btr husband In A McRoberU. It is Important and might tm on the market yesterday, with bidding a facilities, and BMursthsm that any buitnrn len Louisville, mean you, little belter and pricei from 3 to 3 cents. ui shall at all timet hare prompt and faithful at tcntlon. Mhs Maooik Davis, of Crab Oichard, The London IkJto aaya the night operaA few plug hones brought from $50 to $80 Is viiittnu Mlw Belle Cockerel), at Mr. C. tor at Livingston. R, E. Kemper, Is only 14 As adminislrAlors of Mrs. Chris Engleman, C. Moore'. years old, yet he handle the large business C. sold a j. m. mnaiHi'OTnAM, R. Harris and T. F. Eagle-na- n Moans. R. C Wahuen, P. M. order. done there In first-rat- e pair of 15 hand mules for $275 and 0 cot- LEWI9Y.LEAVELL, JOEL J. WALKER, and Mitterson Peytoa ste sttend-io- g J. W. Little Ashbey, eon of R. C. Warren fell ton mules at $80 per head Crowd tolera- J. 8. JOHNSON, T. M. ARNOLD, circuit court la Libsrly. L.F. HUBBLE, Siturday and broke oft bis bly good. B. U. MULLIN3. JOS. 6IMP0ON, Mrs. Percy Q. Euom accompanied from a horse loosened a number of We have received from Dillon acd husband to Stanford Saturday and will two lower incisors, her and cut his lower Up severely. Bright, of Normal, III , the extensive imOFFXCEKBi remain a couple of weeks at Mr. A. R. other teeth porters of French draft horses, a catalogue Penny's and other friend. About the middle of January Thomas containing a description of 73 head which J. M. HIGOINBOrnAM.rREST. LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, Mrs. J. L. D. Chandler, of Zinet-vlll- e, E, Johnson, who married Miss Annie Mc they bave for sale. The firm baa a big rep J.P. SANDIFEB, CASHIER, Ohio, It on a visit to her patents, W. Aiister, of this place, and Henry MontgomB. F. 1IUDSON, TELLEU. delighted ery will begin the publication of a weekly utation in the character of the Norman F. Rtmiey and wife. She is borsea they handle and purchasers are as with her new home and surrounding- dsmocratlc paper in Georgetown. sured that they sell only the pure-breCOMMERCIAL HOTEL I Gen. Harding, owner of the celebrated referring to thoMerrv Bachelors' Hop LOCAL MATTERS. In BYJ. W. AJ3AMS, 23th, the Louisville JUt man Blle Meade farm, in Tennessee, is dead. Read Owsley A Craig's prlcre on cloaks on theof Stanford as a ylllage, thereby dis In 1839 Uen. Harding's father gave him - sneaks " in this pspir playing hi ignorance and running the risk the beautiful stock farm, then comprising I hare latelr purrhated tcli hotel and hare TllRpostoQlcQ a( Ellhen, in Pulaski, has of getting a head put on him when he acre, with 125 slaves attached. He mads laanrtoImproTemeuis in It. style, I Intend ktwp uurTtuing In owned and lived upon the place until his and make only moderate charge. been discontinued. comes up on that occasion. I hars ran on lbs road for reTeral yean I Aa nearly a half century afterward. He know the wanta of men, and I will make Attention Is called to the advertise- death, his magnificer.l estate Am elegant lioj of silk handkerchiefs and to their interut to atop with me. 186.1 jr. increased to 4,000 " ment of the Cittons National Bauk, of Owsley A Grain'-- . muillira at acres and made it one of the finest and moat This Institution under the Lancaster. Tub Nunnelley's will clve a turkey management of careful and experienced extensive stock farms in America, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I shooting all dav next Saturday. officers Is daily growing in public favor HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY . Tliii it to certify that Mr. Jacob Ottenhelmer Canned flooi3, sugar and oofJe at job and conflJence as it deserves. Jimmy Ilarprr brought in a gray ea a no longer connected with tbe Lincoln Laud " ber' prices. Met ..Jf& Foster. RtNTFftow'H Jolly Pathfinders arriyed gle, which he shot near town, Saturday. It Co., that he la not authorltcd to contract lor the snow Sunday night and drop on time yesterdar and their braw band, was said to measure G feet and 10 Inches Company, or rcciire money for the same, or to Another Incur any obligation in the name ot the Company, In the mercury from GOSiturdajr to 14 yes which la one of the best In the country, from lip to tip. or lo any way to act for tha tains. fine street parade in uniform In the A batch of weddings are reported for gave a lerday morolnp. O. L. JiXCIIAIiD, The show csme well recom- McKinney to day, the parties being X. President Lincoln Land Co. week afternoon. Metcalf A Foster will have next New York, Dec. 11, 1836. 1M. mended and the protest at this writing is Reynolds and Mies Nannie Williams, and the lar0M line of cooking stoves that yns for a large house. D. S. McKinney and Mhs Annie Blocker. ever hero before. Call aad'tet them. Uriah Donn is home from Georgia and Mn, John Bright claims to bave dircov Wr. Uve the larfrwrt stock of linen and ered an infallible cure for colds. It is report the weather unusually severe for silk handkerchiefs and mofllers for the nothing more nor less than for the sufferer that latitude. J. W. Allen Is bick from holidays errr brought here. Owsley & to eat a quart of kraut on poirjg to bed. Kansas. Had a plrssant call on Saturday Craig. The remedy Is about as bad as the disease, from Lieut. Laden Young, U. 8. N Mr. W. R. Williams l preparing to remove to oyster saloon however, and mo?t people will just es 1 have opened a Paris. leif die with the fever as the agur. and can serve them in any style, night and Ed Hood has gone to the city for a day. Call on air, opposite Portman Ilotife. A desire to send their best men to rep supply of holiday goods. He calls attenW. II. Brady. resent them in the Legislature seems to be tion to his stock, new and fresh, of drugs, Its agitating the minds of the people of many medicine?, confectionaries, fit, ;. Pre The L A N will sell tickets at til on of tho counties. What is Lincoln going to rcriptlons, by diy or night, filled with stations at half rote for the round-tri- p Dec. 21,25,31, and Jan 1, good to return do In the mallet? Is tbero no patriotic and care. capable man, willing to contest with Mr. Miss Sallie Thurmond will close her Jan. .'5, Inclusive. Bobbitt for the honor or will his election school hero on Thursday and would .be goods until Don't bny jour Christmas be allowed to go by default? pleased to have all friends of the school you have rtsn A. A. Warren's stock. He Notice. Those knowing themselves in prerent. Mrs. Lirubert writes that she has the handsomest line of China and Gla " debted lo mo will please call and eetllo by cloieJ her session at Kings Mountain on ware ever broiuht to this market. the 1st of January, as I need the money to Friday with a vetf encouraging exhibiFon RPNT- -a houe and lot, very desira- pay my debts. Oa and after the lit I will tion. bly located; large and commcdlourjall nec- do a strictly cish badness at a very low Have you rad Dr. Newman's talk at repair; essary outbuilding; In glvo me a call. Thanks for past pat Washington on Thankpgiving day? It can rats; wish to rent, beginning with Jan. 1st, for 1 ronsge, toltci. a continuance. 1 am scarcely be called a sermon, but it ventilates " or threo years. Jai. B. Owens. some very sound political philosophy. In very truly, A. T, Nunnelley. e fact I regard it as one of the most sensible A butter for the benefit ol the Gold end It is rumored that the affairs of the Lin- deliverances the day has witneseed since its of Silver Band will be given on the night coln Land Company are in very bad shape origin. the Hop. Messrs. Hughes A Campbell, of and that $50,000 will hardly cover the loe. Authorities difler widely on the quesltxkC.itle Springs, furnish the menu The company chargeo this upon the mis tion of an open winter; but theories are of FBOM- cards and they are as handsome ones as can msnagement of Mr. J. Ottenhelmer, but his little value when brought face to fice with be had. friends are loth to believe anything- - wrong arctic facts aa we have thus far encountercrayon portrait of Mary Bruce, exe- of him. The company ia composed of ed. Ice 7 or 8 inches thick early in DecA cuted by Clarence Saunders, son of the wealthy New Yorkers, who will pay every ember is more convincing than goosebone lateClar Saunders, who Is but 14 years of properly proven account that may legally or ground-hoage, la on exhibition at Penny A McAli) be charged to It. A Communication From Messrs. ttaro & Iran- tor's. It is nknsst perfect and ohows the A FOND is being raised in Washington Hook, of McAfnney. littlafellow to be a born artist. for the widow and children of the unforOne of the leading business firms of the There wis a Sulliyan slugging match tunate John Curry Miller. Mrs. Miller county, informs us that their business is between a heavy and feather weight here a was Miss Mary LeOravure and is of French booming -- ANDand that they will in a few days few days ago, but as it reem to have been parentage. Left an orphan at a tender age announce through tie columns of this paa private aft'ilr, with no witnesses tbal she was taken by Mrs. T. P. Hill, who per and fl tming posters acme prices that have shown up, we have Jonly the appear- raised and educated her but did not adopt they are now giving all their enstomers her aa stated by a Washington corresponance of the pugilist as evidence. on alt woolens, such as jeans, fhnneJa and dent. She is left pennileee with fourlittle Last night the night run of the railway children, but Is about as well oil as when dree goods of every description; gents' end postal clerks over the Knoxviila branch of be was alive, as he contributed but smally ladies' underwear, overcoats and clothing, heavy boots and rubber goods. They in the U & N. was extended from Junction to ber sspport. tend during the coming year aa in the one City to Louisville. This service is known MARRIAGES. just closing to lead in all branches of busias the Louisville and Knoxville Rallwar ness and to make Iheir house the center of Post office, and heretofore the night run Mr. Sherman Good, of Caey, and Miss baa only reached Junction Cily. Mary Susan McBee. daughter of Robert attraction for their town and surrounding country, and at present content themselves The children of the Christian church McBee, late of Pulaski, were married on by extending to their many frlonds and Sunday-schoowill be entertained in the Sunday. l Marriages are plentiful about Christ-ma- a customer the congratulations of the season church Friday afternoon from 2 o'clock till time. Rev. John Boll Qibion has en10. The Invitation is gtven to all and as Mr. Patterson, Boyle county's new it can nrn requested to .bring a pound gagements to perform two ceremonies on many &s has listed, Under the new law, nearly against of something in the way of nuts and fruits. the same afternoon this week. $9,000,000 of taxable property Mr. Robert Divis, a, youug railroad $5,000,000 last year. No doubt Mr. PatIn a four days' hunt In Wayne and Clin man, and Miss Luoy M , the 10 year-olterson is only doing his duty, but should he ton counties, Dr. 0. A. Cox and J. B. daughter of Mr. M. J. Hixon, of Crab Or- offer himself for to use one of Owens 200 of the finest and fattest chard, were married thero last night by "Falcon's" expressions, "he would not stand birds we ever saw, If the doisn or two that Rey. 0. 0. Green. , aa much showing aa a cat in sheol, with her the latter gavo the "old woman," who asks It glyes us pleasure to announce the claws trimmed, would ot scratching herself ua to return her warmest thankr, are a sain marriage of Mr. N, L Curry acd Mlsa Cor- out before she wsa scorched.-filar-o- de pie of the lot. From a private dispatch re delia Whittlngton, which takes place at the burg Dsmocrat. ceived from the scene of slaughter, we learn Baptist church on Tuesday December 21st, that Mr. Owens killed 109 of the birds at 11 A, M. Hmodsburg Democrat, Some Amerlosus are about to start n without dispute. Dr. Cox claims the other national banking system in tbe Honduras. Still another fatal shooting occur one, but there Is considerable doubt that ho The venture will probably fall, owing lo red in Somerset, Beddow, the driver of a . even got that one. The dojs seem to have rival bus line, firing a centre nhot Inln tho Rreat distance belwkn Ginaih and tho T, . ij. onut'M It wl'tiont Ji. Mc A lister. Buy your School Hooks Penny ft Peter, four-year-o- ld 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 16.50 12.00 11.00 j 55 J e, 11.50 9.00 8.00 187-s- t. or 7.00 8.50 6.00 99 5.00 4.00 Our Childrens' Cloaks are reduced in like proportion. J 10.00 ) OWSLEY & CRAIG. DIUECTORSi LO-M- Mc-Rib- Mi D. ELMORE. The oldest grocery man in Stanford, established in 18GG, invites tbe attention of tho public to call and examine his groceries, &c,, and get prices, which shall be as LOW AS For best goods. -- LOWEST, My stock consists of McKINNEY, KY. flrat-cla- ts tra-ell- iu Groceries, Provisions, Hai'dware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Tinware, Queensware, Confectioneries, Canned Goods, Ammunition, Tobaccos, Cigars, Cotton and Woolen Yarns, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Staple Dry Goods Notions and rnnny other articles lint s to mention. Alter thanking my many patrons for their liberal patronage, I hopo for a continuance of the same. Gocds delivered on short notice. Wishing all a a merry Christmas and a happy New Year, N. B. first-clas- ..1 I BUY YOUR I am very Respectfully, Elmore, Clerk. 31. D. ELMORE, Stanford, Ky. S. S. MYERS I DEALER IN-or-Can- HOLIDAY Fancy Groceries,a Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Fresh Oysters Specialty, either in Bulk . first-clas- s -- PRESENTS The following is a list of Fresh Goods just received: Florida Oranges, Bananas, Figs, Dates, Raisins, Fancy Confectioneries, Apples, Buckwheat Flour. am Belling for Cash and Lower than ever before. ST ANFOED M AEBLE WOEKS, Gc. G-- . g. PENNY M'ALISTER. Dealer in Foreign and Domestip 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 work furnished on application. DEPOT STREET, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. WINE, i r, Their Prices are as LOW as the P. B. EDMISTON, CRAB ORCHARD, KY., -- d LOWEST and DEALER IN- - , Stock Complete GENEKAE MEKCHAKDISE. !( in every line. EfnywHOT sjisw BMn ohsewIp. 4ky. jLu4M yi i,aA nmimmmt ti nn)iiiiinmnniiiMiimimiiimMii A COTTAGE BY THE SEA; Mr. London, pinnor, hod good reason to hato tho army. Ills eldest daughter Lad married a gallant young hussar, who quickly Bpent her fortuno at Novrmarkot, and thereafter vanished from tho world' tho sea!" Castor watched her hasty exit from tho room disconcerted. Meanwhile Miss Vizard Has conversing with Pollux in the corridor. "Do you read Froissart," sho asked, "hi the smiles also. black lctterl" "ByGeorgol What an exceedingly pretty "You see we havo so much blackboard now girl, quoth Kick; and "Looks very solvI mean musketry," bo explained "that we ent," wild more practical Dick. ue havo no leisure." "Let us follow them, and find out where But Miss Landon could not wait to hear "Ah! why don't they havo tournaments and thoy live," honest Bridget's reminiscences. She sped out queens of beauty now, iu of old, In your Tho two ladles, who had oridently been of the house and down to the pier, tho poodle noble professions H making some trifling purchases in town, had barking furiously in front and Bridget "Ah! why Indeed!" tamed their faces in the direction of tho puffing like a femalo locomotive in the rear. scamp, sinking on onemurmured that artful knee. suburbs, and wero now walking along tho They reached the beach just in time to So, when Lily ran out of the room it was seashore, tho youugor with a white, fluffy meet the two dripping officers coming out of to sco Mr. Pollux on his knee and holding her poodle dog in her arms. Tho officers foltho water. If Miss Landon bad not been so duenna's hand, whilo be gazed up into that lowed them at a respectful distance, but tho excited she might have thought it singular lady's face with a air of bull terriers were in earnest in their enthat the drowned man was riding on the knightly devotion. deavors to make tho acquaintance of tho other's back, and that, though his eyes were "This house is bewitched," sho said, running fluffy poodle. Perhaps this accounted for one snut, no seemed to cling vigorously to his away. of the ladies' knowledge of what was going friend's neck. But she neither noticed this "What must sho think of roe!" said MUs on behind them. nor anything elso in her efforts to emulate Vizard, abashed. "Let us ask them to call off their dogs," Grace Darling on that coast "What Indeed!" said Pollux. "Stay!" con said Lily; "I am sure they are officers of the "Oh! I saw you fall into the water; I am so tinued the rogue, with on eye to further enBombardiers.'' glad," sho stammered, inconsequently. "How tertainment "Say to Mr. Landon that so "Not for tho world, not for tho world, my brave it was of you; but will he dlef" long as thero is such an irrosisUblo attraction dear," replied tho duenna; "not that I have Pollux shook his bead meaningly like Lord in the house as yourself, wo cannot, we canany doubt about their gallantry, the chivalBacon in the play. not positively keep away from it" rous sense of honor of theso brave men who "It all depends on prompt measures. If wo Now. Miss Vizard was very fat, and, more-ovedie for their country, and for England, could only put him to bed at once, now." wore a wig; yet, such is female credulhome and beauty; but think what your papa "Ob, bring him into the house. My namo ity, sho was willing to believe him at once. would say, with his singular antipathy to is LUy Miss Landon, you know "So chivalrous!" she murmured, on her and I'm warriors. Oh, no, never; let us hurry on, or sure papa will not be angry when it is a mat- way to Mr. Landon's sanctum down stairs. they may perhaps be too assiduous in their ter of life and death." "Ha is a noble young man so tender!" devoirs." " 'Deed, thin, but he'd bo a naygur if ho "Who!" asked Mr. Landon grimly, from They did hurry on to the haven of a pretty his chair. bijou cottago in red brick and stono gables, was anything else," said Bridget. Cbucklisg the "Mr. Pollux. You must ask him to dinsttnding among laurels in its grounds, and a ment, Pollux atwho success of hL experiwas a young athlete-r-an ner." stono's throw only from the sea into which his friend at tha "I won't They are after that silly girl of there Jutted a boat pier, with a boat at the while the two women double into the cottage, followed at their best mine," end of it. The two ladles disamieared pace behind in much perturbation, "Ho! bo! he!" giggled Miss Viza-"I through tbo green gate, but Castor managed "Yo must put him into tho master's own could tell you a tale, but I must not not yet to catch a Parthian glance of a pair of very Of ono thing be assured, that Lily is not tho bright, sapphire blue oyes, whilo Pollux was bod," quoth Bridget, who was the only left this saluted with a series of barks from tho him plenty Sunday in tho house, "and glvo attraction." of rum nnd brandy. That's what "Perhaps it is Bridget, tho cook, then. But poodle, who now, believing himself at homo cures the sogers, as Scrgt. Heavstlrn many this I am certain, that out they go from this and safe from terriers, struggled violently any many's the timo"-bouse as soon as that boy in my bed can bo in his mistress' arms In tho vain pretense of "Take him up to papa's room. Up the moved." desiring to annihilate them both at once. to the right Can I do anything, sir) "Oh, gracious! What's this! Hore's a sol"A doosid neat little crib," observed Pollux, stairs Oh, please tell me," dier in a red coat at the door," exclaimed staring up at the bow windows. "Just tho kind of little box one would Hko to dawdle on"Ho should hato hot stockings full of salt Miss Vizard of a sudden. his legs and feet," said Pollux gravely. And n soldier it was an orderly iu pursuit away a summer in, if one had 3,000 a year, "Would Bridget's dor she inquired of tho young men. Miss Vizanl nlmost Instead of only 1,000 farthings." eagerly. "Sho wears bluo woolcncrs, very fainted when tho heard that tho Royal BomAs Castor pensively turned homewards ho warm and thick" bardiers were ordered on scrvleo to South saw something whlto, like a handkerchief, "I think'," said Pollux, shaking bis bend, Africa Immediately, nnd that tho colonel wave from a top window. His spirits rose with a bound, and, singularly enough, ho "that Lislo thread, size sixes, would suit Jill had been sending messengers in search of them nil tho moqdng. Tho effect on tho nover mentioned the circumstance to his dear complaint better." Sho blushed, for sho saw ho wai regarding drowned was remarkable. Ho jumped out friend Pollux. her boots. After this, though anxious to bo of bed and clothed himself in a moment So Ahl if ho had but known that this was only a frisky freak of Miss Vizard, tho of every assUtanco, she did not seem to bo did his friend. very much afraid of fatal consequences Miss Lily wept silently. duenna, into whoso head thero suddenly came tho JAs I'll nover probably ceo you again, I'll a phantasy of a distressed damsel in a turret, from Uio accident. In midst of tho while Bildgot say good-by,said Mr. Landon quiets. and of two young knights attempting her was cooking rum and water and lemons, and Miss Vizard regarded Pollux with rescue, Tho circumstance, however, was I tenderness. enough to fan tho spark tho bolt from the frequently tasting tho mixture, in tho "It is liko going to tho Crusades," sho murblue In Castor's bosom to a flame, while, as Litckcn, and whilo Castor was carefully tucked into Mr. Landon's bed by his friend, mured. for hi friend, ho walked on rapt in conwho hod enrobed himself In Mr. Landon'ti As for poor Lily, sho could only return tho templation of John's allusion to Mr. Landon'a dressing gown and nether garments tho nf oro-- 1 squcezo of her lover's hand no more, wealth and "wulgnrity." procession returned from church. Lily ' Next day, and next day, nnd tho next, tho said down flaw At Majuba hill two friends strolled down to Marino Villa, quicker than tho stairs likoa bird, but not bysldo, In which thero aro two graves side tho indignant poodle. Pollux and Castor, unand smoked many cigars on the llttlo pier, "O, papa, dear! Only 6lecp but to no purpose, No ono came out of tho nil but drowned, when wothink. They wero divided in death,over well. I wonder if saved them; that Lady Longworth thinks of them in tho given gate and no ono went in; nevertheless is, I and cook. O, wasn't it a mercy I Tho whirl of London society! Sho i a great lady thoy enjoyed a beautiful view of tho druwing two ofllccrsl They uro your now, and her eyes are us much admired as in bed." room windows. Sho burst into tears, as rrlrls do under sud her diamonds. Loudon Graphic. "It's not mtisfying, you know," said Cos-to- ., den oscitcment fcbut it's better than nothing, seeing "Two officers, and In my bcdP exclaimed "What tho Dulio or Wellington Did. where she is." her father wrathfully, "What does this The story Is ono which Sir Frnncls learned "I tell you what, ray dear fellow," sold Polmean? Aro you tnadl" from his father, to whom Wellington told it lux, "this can't go ou nohow. I must havo "Only one, papa," she sold humbly, and himself in his own, characteristic lonsuago, monoy, for tho duns aro all down on tne in looking down. ' wheu tho elder Doylo waa dininjj fit Ajloy shoals, and my respected progenitor is in the "Pish! Well, thoy shall get out of tho houso: snmo fix as myself, since all his tennnts liouso faster than thoy camo In," ho cried, and "After tbo battle of Tnlavcra I wanted tbo down nt Cnstlo Pollux refuse to pay him tho bounded up tho stairs. Spankh forco to mako a movement, nnd 'rlnt," But oven Ir. Landon was silenced by what called 'uixm Cuesta to talca tbo necessary "Hang your filthy lucre I I only want her he saw In his bedroom. Tho blinds were step, but ho demurred. Ilo said, by way of eyes." nil drawn and tho room darkened. A young answer; 'For tho hoiior of tho Spanish crown "It strikes mo, my child, that you are very man with a curly head lay in bis bed. lib I cuin6t attend to tho 'directions of tho Brlt-u- l' far gone. But bitting hero fiinokinj; won't do oyes were shut and his face pallid.' Tho general, unless that British coneral go us much good in tho way of either optics or latter was due, it must bo confessed, to an upon bisvkneo and entreat mo to follow his rupees. H'ho question is, how to get in I" application of violet powder from tho toilet advice.' Now, I wanted tho thing dono, whilo "I am sure shu is kind hearted," said Castable. Thero were great black marks under as to going down upon my knqcs I did not poodle -l- ucky his eyes from a lump of coal in tho grate tor. "Sco how tho hugsed that cam n. twopenny dn, go down I plumped." dogl" and Mr. London began to think that matters Lordon Times. , "Cornel That's good," cried Pollux. "Happy wero really worso than ha thought. Morethough, let us test it." A Troj for Sparrows. over, ha hail caught Bridget's referenco to "Howl" tho nobility, and Mr. Landon, liko many A Lowiston, Me., man has fixed in liU winsonny. You tumble into tho This way, e dow a wirotyrd trap shaped liko uhalf cylmen, dearly loved a lord. water; here, off this pier: and I "'111 plungo inder and delicately hung on its center. "Well, sir," bo cold to Pollux. I Great in and rescue you. Mail overboard "Necessity knows "no law," said Pollux Whoti u bird alighta ou tho trap hUown sensation, you know. Gallant- - conduct! Car"A glanco at my poor dear weight swings It downwnrd and ho is whirled ried to tho drawing room by John. Smelling friend there will show that there was no al- Insido of tho window Into another cage there. bottles, brandy; put to bed! Bless you, my ternative but to bring him hero." Liberally scattered crumbs call sparrows to children, 10,000 down, and 20,000 more at "Ho had Iwtter havo a doctor," observed Iho trap, and tho LotvUttm man says thai II vo I toy death Old man now, and can't Mr. Landon, nodding nt tho bod." Ihcynro eating ns iwd birds. Now long! Upon my word it's glorious," cried York Sun. "Not on any account! Ho would twvor for Vollux enthusiastically. regiment, of tho members being young Irishmen. It was currently reported that theso young gentlemen, of good family, but slender means, wero tho plaguo of tho adjutant general's life, so frequent wero tho complaints and grievances that arose Uvm their racing, rowing, rat hunting, and other proclivities, and that the commander-in-chie- f himself had threatened to honor the two worst scapegraces of them all with the distinction of a court martial Tho two in question tho head and front of nil this offending ho wevcr, took life riotously, and wero, indeed, on tho high road to Avernus, when tho following Incidents occurred: They were close allies, theso two; so much so that thoy went by the name of Castor and Pollux in tho regiment nicknames that will do just as well as their real ones, which aro thoso of a noblo Irish family. Lieuts. Castor nnd Pollux, then.wero walking down tho High street arm in arm, with very largo cigars in their mouths and very small bull terriers at their heels, when Nick, alias Castor, felt rn electric thrill so to say, from tho arm of his Dick (Pollux), and, from previous oxperieni-.int oneo concluded tliat thero was a pretty girl around. So there was, and a benign old lady wreathed in two-third- s ble row, was tried bjr court martial, dismissed tho Bervlco and shot himself through the head tho noxt day. His second daughter, Clara, was cruelly jilted by n guardsman and died at Bournemouth a year subsequently of n broken heart, A second son at Woolwich was blown to pieces by a shell which exploded in his hand while ho was examining it, and last, but not least, his ono remaining child, his ewo lamb, Lily, evinced a prepossession for tho military. Tho Grand Duchess of Qcrolstcln was not fonder of Midlers than Lily Landon, hut then sho only saw them at a distance, novcr at closo quarters. Tho idiosyncracy was mado all tho inoro distressing to Mr. Landon .from tho circumstances of his residing in a garrison town, which is a soaporti as welL Ho could not prevent Lily seeing soldiers and officers going about their duties, nor could ho abolish tho regimental band, which always mauo iiuss i,iiys biuooyessparklo, and caused her unconsciously to assumo something of tho audacious demeanor of n vivandiere, AH ho could do was to engngo a distant relativo as a duenna; but under n homely exterior this old lady concealed a romantic disposition, with a singular belief in what is now derided as chivalry. Tho Dorsetshire regiment, alius tho Royal Bombardiors, was quartered at Barmouth at this time, and an exceedingly, lively mess was ono of tho distinctions of tho ien, leaving her neither widow nor maid. Ilia eldest son a groat scamp, as tho sons of steady business men often are entered a dragoon regiment, got into' somo discredita- "I can sco that you this plot very nicely for yourself, my dear Pollux. I am to fall In, nnd to bo tho duffer that gets drowned, whilo you are to bo tho hero, tho bravo preserver, and so forth no, thank you." "Hut think of tho pity a corpso excites, nnd tho brandy nnd water, and that blue-eyecharmer putting hot stockings her own perhaps full of salt, to your ioor feet." "Ay, my good Pollux, and of your whispering into her cars all tho time. No, tho sorra a bit of mo will bo tho corpse. You may, if you like," "Well, as you say yourself, it is hotter than nothing. I'll bo tho detnd moist, unpleasant body, but its no uso to day. There's a flutter in tho dovecote, nnd wo may just as well go homo to lunch" which thoy did. Tho noxt day was Sunday, and thero was only early church panulo. Tho two young officers strolled down to the cottago by the sea, and having taken up their positions at the end of tbo pier began to smoko as usual. Tho bells were ringing for church, and tho morning was a flno ono in tho merry month of May. Presently they saw a solemn procession issuing from tho green gate, headed by Mr. Landon, who in llguro and features was remarkably like Mr. Hablot Bro wno's pictures of Mr. Domboy, in tho novel of that name, Mr. Landon, Miss Vizard, two maid servants, a coachman, a pago and John, tho footman, with two outdoor servants, formed tho cortege They all carried largo prayer books, nnd were in their raiment. Miss Lily was not there nor tbo poodle. Miss Landon had developed quite n fondness for the sea of lato, and was nover tired of watching its varying moods so llko thosd of from her window. "I say," said Pollux,whcn tho procession had gono ast somo time, "thero she is behind tho drawing room curtain. Fortuno favors us, tho house is empty; now is the time for our llttlo comedy i" So saying ho walked to the verv edco and looked into tho sea. "But look here, chappie I It will never do for you to save mo, for you would not havo tho nous to carry tho farco through. Come, no hesitation, in you go," and suiting tho action to tho word ho sent Mr. Castor with a souso into tho tho water. Miss Landon saw it all from the window, and so did tho poodle. Tho latter barked disapprobation of tho wholo proceeding, but his mistress trembled with fear and d give mo for making mo much 1 1 his case. He will bo all right presently. It U not the first Umo ho has boon drowned or tho last" tho room. ilo was mot in tho pa.ss.igo by Miss Vizard and Lily. "I should llko to see tho youth," said tho "I trust not," said the other, walking out of 'fgM Mlf Jl 1 Hi JESS RtJ.lTII O M P SOX . THE T0NS0RIAL ARTIST. aoavmgabd lUIr titiimi it one h latent style. Ladle std t'Mtilmu given t articular attention. (ItH-li- $ vViO'0h0$tyi "Sot,houldl,"snld Lily. "You may," to Miss Vizard. "As for you, to your room at once, Miss, and don't leavo it till theso young men havo gono from first The Champion Horse Shoerl w excitement. "Good graciousl" sho said to herself. "Are thoso two bandsorao young officers quarreling about me, and will there bo murder Oh, myl No! See, one of them throws off his coat and dashes his hat on the ground. He plunges into the boiling waves to savo his drowning friend! Tho waters closo over Uie bouse." Miss Vizard stolo into tho room on tiptoe, with her fingers, encased In black mitten., to her mouth. "Is bodying!" alio whispered. "So young and so fair! How dreadful I Docs ho my anything! Ho seems to want to speakl" Sho bout her head, and tho moribund whispered IVALTKIt riKI.DN, something in her car, "If you are sure ho is dying," sho said to Pollux, "thero can bo no harm in his seeing DB. W. B. PENNY, Lily for ttds once, though what he can liavo DKSTI8T, to say to her that ho cannot say to me, I um sure I don't know." "Alone I" murmured the dying man, and Pollux, looking angrily at him, bad to go out with Miss Vizard to tho corridor. Miss Landon was all for praying by tho sick man's bed when sho was ushered in with on injunction from tho duenna to bo quick, Thlii powder nwrvariei. a marvel ol puill) lest her papa should come up, but to her trentth sod whoWuucnc t. More economic i amazement tho little hand sho so tenderly lhn the otdlnary klndt, andofon not be tolc offered him was pressed with very animated conietlton with the multitude low teat .abort vigor to lib mustache. Sho had nover felt a weight a um or photpunte powder. Soldauly Id IIoTALIUkiko I'oitdks O, Office ou Lancaster strait, t est door to tMrk musUcho bofore, and it confused her; but not rant, lftfi Wsll Street. New York Kioa Journal office. Otaca liouri troiu tot J a unpleasantly. M.and 1 toS r. M. AnMlbetlriadmlnliUtrvd whrr "O, tell me, Mr. Castor, that you are not 15tMACK BUUC173 otceuarr. r. going to die," Fluff, tho poodle, growled discontentedly & under tho bed, as if to say: "No such luck for tho dogs." "Not," replied he, "if you glvo mo encourIhaTenow agement to live." "I'm sure I don't know what you mean, A Full Lino of" Whoat Drills nnd Mr. Castor. Of course wo all want you to other Agricultural ImplomontB, live. Why notl" & K. R. BtsUeia "In tho book that you hold there," said this scamp, "it is said that the price of n good woTUB URIAT- Wagons man is above that of rubies. Now, P no Full Lineot Buggies and precious stones; but a woman can glvo away Always on ha'd. la connection with uy herself frco gratis, you know, just as I gave bdilni, I will alio carry a myself away in lovo at first sight to you." Complete Stock of Lumber, "You shouldn't talk so. It Li very wicked" 10 TH- "So it Is," growled tbo poodle in assent Both rough sad dressed. Prices on tftrytblnf as no still held her hand. Sho didn't liko to snatch it from a poor dying fellow creature Low an As lbs tlmri a'e dull and money rcirce and ai I have no rent to pty, I will give mjr cl,,tomre advantage of goo. 1 work at very low prices. I will tnake great reduction for rath Q prccee, to-- lit llorticNIinclitft, A3 rcnfn or ft I htlvfi to Unit l All Month kinds ol proilnce taken la exrhtop for work klD'ldons nrttlr and In rood itjle HbofltiK asddle. trotting and harness horr a ipecliltv- I'alntlnt from 13 to .V tiro for Weon, J7; nut I ok new lira and puttie on 3. Oiler work In proportion Tfcankli MT friends lortbelrklnd pitroosgolii thepait, I t aolltll tbe same la tbo future. ifl yi,i jii"ii?!251BIHHBP'''J,JBTr A aV.HIII PJaATT, V.UITIKVI..1.I-- . - Jit., MYERS ciUT U STANjTOHJO. H.Y - P0WDEI Stuniortt, Kontuolcy. E. H. BURNSIflJE, Propr Absolutely Puvc Hotol Still MalntalnB in aiRh Hoputution u iMaoa thv tt5fi.1.b to UO Oonntev ovi in tne statu In its Fir Hon to Comfort of thelf Onects. -l Buggy Implement House. L.&N. Nashville --- Louisville A Big Offer To iry rion retaining u We will Somi-VVeekly f ut TUKOUGII TRUNK UNI ,nd lb. Interior Journal World yet any one. . tJ , them! Brave man! O dear, I can't stand this! Cook! Cook! Cohio here, run, run directly I" Tho cook, a fat Irish woman with a red face and reddish hair, came puffing and blowing to tho foot of tho stairs. "O, cook, run quick and savo them! Two officers! Drowning thero at the plcrl O, run, run quick, cook, please." "Is it sogers they are! Bedad, thin, the divil a fear of them. Sure, an' indeed I was coortod by a sergeant meself, and scz he, sex "There is something said about tho sweetness of tho lips, too," ho remarked ardently. "I should llko to try them In a dying way only, you know." This Umo sho did snatch her hands away. "You wicked man!" sho cried; "I don't llko you one little bit Why didn't you stop in t solid! a (hire of your patronage. tti-lr- Rnptctfullr SOUTH & WEST WITll- -- hdlb.N,wVork HisroRT vipre paid, ! j It'Tr lb It or m mm mm, I on. TMr.oa. r 31. HRVCK. Pulhuan Palace Sleepers. SGRIBNER'S MAGAZINE. U 1 1 Puhll.hod Monthly II I LIC.ST II VI IOXN. lulHVilie lcondeued :..?;? '.'!?I?,?"r "ot W V. WALTO.V, te 2Mlivllle, rllh BUnlotd, Ky. Atlanta, Affkflf MtMtiplllH. FIE8T HIJMBEB BEADY DEO. 15PH. will bt la the wldiat nta maailnollllratur, and neb number will b full j illuitrate!. Borne of tba moil ooUbla papira to ppar during the nrt year r a tetlea of Unpublished of Tery great eulobloerapblcal Tlue;ex-Mlnlite- r E. R Wuhburne'e Hetalola-eo- n of tbe (Met and Commune of 1'arli: (ilimp-eas- t tbe Dlarleeof Uourerneur Murrli, Ml four to Krauceat tbecloieof tbe Uit century (glrlag description! ot social life ana character! i toe lime); a collection ot contemporary lettere Early New York and ftw EogUod Ho cbuskk's Uaoizimr LiUlo Hock Mobile autt Ac if OrleHun. Only one cbane to point In irllt!t. MlB-- fl MAI rt Una Between I. 0t "illuc-GrHR- aj Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS (Seeking Home." Bhortestand QnickMt Bonto from iiMt, Wet and SoathwMt. d ol Caeur; Captain C. Ropea' on tbe Portrait (reene'a on Cooat Defeoce, etc etc. 'cunxan's ManizixE will be publlibed at II a year, or 25 cent a copy, tub criplloo may b sent to any nawedealtror buokwller, or U iletr. Tbem ! much excellent fiction, Including; a trial by Harold Frederic; itortee extending Ihr ugb aeeeral number by 11. C. llunner, J, b. ol Dale, ami othin; and abort stories by K L. PteTenton, Joel Chandler Ilarrli. T A. JantTrr, Mln Jewelt. Odiri, Thtoet, II. II. Boyeaen, Mix Croaby, and a hott of other. Notable (ptclal paper to benunliihed very early are F A Walker'aon eodillim; Dr William Hay nerd's on Babj lonlau Cylinder; Mr. Jofn if, homes on tbe line of thl road will receive peclal rate. "See A cent of tbM Company lor rate, rout or write a P. ITMORE, O. P. AT. Aj Loulivllle, Ky LEXINGTON A ClNCJINrt ATt Schedule in EOoct May It, U. ir M5r """HoTTr Boctm-Bodm- Tilt: THOKOUUIIllKKO Lva. QjTlEgUm.. E- - ""! J a m 10 10 IHtly Ks. duu. HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL MARQUIN OF ADKLIVK. mence.! Arr. Lve. Perta.. " Lealngtoa... Parity.... Wln-he-- - rtiraouth " Cynthlina. 10 9 40 10 I am am II 111 Um 10 pro Ki S llllptD Jo' S MM a 10pm 300 put I4pB ! pa Up a 4Sp m 40pu I 15 pm 4 10 Arr. liiukss, ciuni.KH HrmnsKiVH fiox. 713 and 7U, Broadway Nw York. Pun r, 1831 HE CULTIVATOR 1887 This fine Bull wilt eland tbe eeatoa now comHlaotord at my liable on the Lancatter Pike one balf mile from UUnford Court Home, at $S .the Lve Ulchmond... oaaon, wl'h tbe prlllet ol breeding tbe cow unrr. jvtrea.. til the cow prorei In calf. Money due when cow Uvlnavton it lint eervrd. Maroul of Adeline' tire, Herbert, hi, tire Im NorrH-Bccaiported Apollo and Daut imported southern Beau- - Kientoood Incatr li .. , i &o 6 07 pm o vupm r iwpi Mo. t ,.'"'-'"I r;: r ;- r . p d d d NtMHMtMtl .. " ttttwm - i...z: No. I D d. sor-vo- ut of Adlleoe't dam. Adeline, hei aire Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported IAdy FUh-e- r. For further particular a to uedUrec tee II Tbe but ol tbe F. H. B. from celebratWEEKLIES, edTali It a otvery line youn Bullthe cow aKcho, tbe AGRICULTURAL milker Including family of htr dty; her owner having refuted IU,-Wgrealdt The Country Uentleman I tbe Leading Jourfor her. nal ol American agriculture. la amount and cattle have taken the The Ilolttctn-rrelila- n practical value of content. In extent and ability lead a the beat fur the fimlly, and a croti with of oorreepondence, In quilttynf paper and ttyle tbeNborth.'rn (roducee a very fine animal. I d of publication, It occupie be Um rank. It will buy all tbe ml calve begotten by thla to have ootuperlor la cither of the tbreo Hull at gold urlcte del verei at weaning time. chief dlTlilon of II. Xlt.LIUt. 180-uunfjid, Ky. Processes, Farm Crops Marnala O late-HeTe- Country Cneiitleiuuia, ty- - I I No. II Lve. Llvlnpton nerea Arr, Richmond Lve. Rowland . ..., . I I ts ml 7,2,0, and Horticulture & Live Stock and Dairying, Fruit-Growin- tl it. Arr. Richmond -- Hi 00 ami am Ll.'n.l '. Lve. 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WALTON, Proprietor et oi HpCrti AT IVoaiuotMd ati aool J00 MMtBirltmtt. toH iV " aa3"i;te" u.l,!f',ol'l t" lht .( rtmxlr Gooo"h' Hir. TOOR.-ES- L op aLLrfxassva- - Ljllrtsi W!n of titsge, 20rS0. try. Htaiiug caprxlty, locludlug Reaionablemtir Eight complete Noatly and Choaply Esooutod. gallery to uooil attrsctlona. 'a.t. CtwdctlCc Ctnolnnatl.MMBI lgiitMtuMU,B, Aleutt A I.UV, iiu.it!. k. y. Ctld by Dniftliu. I'lii l,00. itn, tmtii,mmssu . Ill m m lfcM MAT'S A TWISTER." ' fc.DVENTUn.ES OF AMATEUR CLIMBERS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTANS. A DEVOTION. QUEER AMMUNITION. ROMAN CANDLES A3 WEAPONS BOYHOOD OF HOBART PASHA. S. VANDEHPOOL. Just a tho I l'nity of " Tenderfoot " on tlioMuun-tai- n Tort After a Tlrcimtio Journey. Uke reflects the sky blue when it I blue, That o'er It twnda-au- loe I gray when dim and hoary cloud tloat by, And bright when miosct llmo a gorgeou huo Tho lajiestrie of evo with crimson dye, soft dusky hand And gleams when night renew diadem on high. Tlio heaven' Whoso million jewel glUtcn clear and true; d OF OFFENSE AND DEFENSE. ' An Approaching Storm A Bcono of , Womlrou llcauty. "Tbat'a a twister," mM tho gentleman from Kansas, "Voti mountain connofceura may not gnvip at onco the full meaning ot tho vernacular of tho plains, but I wish to say, a emphatically as I Caii without awcarintr, that tlierols n twister with tho corkscrew end down, unci If thcro U n dugout in thl vicinity I think wo liml better creep in." Saying thLi Ijo pointed 1th a cyclonic twisting motion of . hi oxicnilwl arm toward an ugly looking black cloud flaring out fibova nn:l OS either tldo of Cameron' cono: pointed to tho forked chain lightning, every bolt of which ooutned totlrikoou tho faco of tho mountain cono liko a fltcy ton lcdge hammer, with n abuml every tlmo a though tho thunderbolt had Kntlbo nvks crashing down rt tlcct incllno of 2,000 or 3,w feet to a darkening mist, a nhadowy umrrtainty that Mwmetl to fall the cloud and where tho party tood, and with memory of cyclones In hla mind tho man front Karnuu iiwUted that it tho fellows did not wek heltcr at onco they ought to bo in on iruauo asylum, AN AITUOACIIINO So I reflected in a maiden' eye, ThroiiKh lashe long or drooping cjellds shy Each changing mood of him whom hho lores best; Whether In sorrow dim or gladnea bright. Lore shine with constant and deroted light f Through her soul's window, oer eased f John M. Cameron. self-con-- HE A Clint MET LORD MACAULAY. Not long ago I was talking with an old gentleman who has for years liccn In tho Iron business as a commission merchant in a western city, who, early In his career, went to England to mako a study vt Iron manufacture In conjunction with a visit for pleasure. "Ono day," ho aald, "I went to n London liook store to find n certain work on metallurgy I could not find In America, and whllo thcro a pleasant old gentleman came in and liegau looking around pretty much as I wo doing, Wo enmo together presently, and soon wero chnttlng pleasantly on liooks and other matter, and 1 told him who I wo and what I was nocking. Ho told mo ho know tho work, and, though It was rare, thought ho might find It, and at onco liegan a search through corner, tho rnck, shelves and and llnnlly camo up smiling from a dark place with tho book In til hand. 1 thanked him. and. taking tho volumo to tho dealer, I ordered it laid aside, and nt tho samo tlmo ordered tho lato iiuuibers of Mueaulay's work, which wero appearing in parte and somo of which I had brought to America. I told my new friend that in my estimation Macnulay was the greatest English writer, and that I had read everything he bod written, as far as I knew. Ho smiled pleasantly, and niter a few moment' further conversation wo parted, with the hopo of meeting again. Tlio next morning 1 left Londcti for York, and when I had lettled myself in the compartment assigned mo I found my traveling comanlon to lo the old gentleman I bad met In tho book store the day previously. I was glad to seo him and told him I was bound for York, and ho said ho was going there, too. ThU pleaxed mo and I settled down for a good talk, for he was exceedingly entertaining and thoroughly tlio gentleman. We made no stops for somo time, and when wo did I noticed n largo ciwvd at tho station. " 'Thcro must Iw somo distinguished jicr-soalioord tho train,' I said, 'and these jeoplo are hero to seo him.' , " 'I'oMibly,' ho with n smile liko tho one ho gave mo tho day before among the books, nud wo continued our talk. At tlra next station thero was a larger crowd, and getting outsido I asked what was going on, and somo ono told mo Lord Macautay was on tho train. I went back to rcjort to my n ainw-crcd- Westerner' Kxperloneo In I'ugland. with a I'lensant Old Gentleman. BTOnil. thU jwirty of lx or eight In Cryatal park, moro titan 2,(100 feet alovo Manltou, looking off at a storm approaching rapidly from the direction of 1'lke'i peak. They wero "temlerfeet," all of them. They were new to tho mountains; wero banker and lawyer and mcrcbanta who liad clhnlxM that forenoon to tho llttto valo neKtllng at tho Tory top of Hiawatha mountain, hidden, aa it wero, between tho top of ono rldgo and tho higher elevation of Cameron1 cono. Tho native had told them that it was three miles up, but they had Krarabled up teop aaccnta, climbed along tho now trail for three hour The; stood, under tho imprwlon that they had traveled in that ono forenoon fifteen mile. Tbey hod exalted In every itep they had taken. From twenty different point they hat! th moat magnificent view. Winding about the highest point of mountain they hod got a gllmrwo of like' peak In tho forenoon aunllght that was worth In Haelf a thousand mile journey. Manltou and all tho country They luid about It, tho plrturcomio canyon, tho Garden of tho (Sod, tho near and distant rangea from polnti of vantage, and with thexo picturesque view constantly before them, with tho now experlcnco of looking down dlzxy helghta, o? plucking brilliantly Colored mountain How err, ot taking In tho odorous aweet and buoyant air, they hadilimbed and climbed over end around rocks, following tho unexpected tnUt and turns of the mountain trail, until at laat they crwwwl tlio summit, left tho region of pine, walked with not a llttlo liewilderment into a group of mountain aliens, camo lint on tho ideal mountain prlug throwing a cryital flood arrpM a mountain meadow, nnd then ukmi n huge log liouw with tent built ahout It, ond with hanunock swung to the tree. ThU Uiey w ere told wo Crystal park. Hla-wnt- DOWX TltR TRA1U : After uch an old fashioned dinner as they hod not found elsewhere in Colorado, they had started down th old trail on the return trip to Manltou the mountain ranchmen ot eastern antecedents anuring them that It Not would not rum during tho ajtcrmwa Uforo thoy had emerged 500 yard from tlio ruton grovo, tho gentleman from Kant brk oat w I'h hit remark upou the torm. cycloulo Imputo vt the coming Thero wai a minute' debate, when on of tho Nobrutka legiilaturo inovixl thorevlom rmtlon, and tlio whole crowd went at n rapfcl walk to wan) tlio ranchman' aa, bouie. ; warning, from every direction a storm of hall anil rain. Hall stones largo and round camo In ill ills down tho mountain side, rolling liko circle of mow; cam In whirl from above and from tlwkldo; camo down iiuuch abuuitHnro tlmtlnfUo minute tho ground, tho mouutniiw, tho bimo wero rtnetfd with two or Ihrro Inches of oUd, shitting cryvtal, for after this tremendous oliingof ImllMom tho doud broko away, or was toni away from the mountain top, ami the sun Miotic out In fplmnlor, and tho twller Imd come and ROBO. ktepiiol insido thero eamn n roaring in tlio air, and, without further J nit a tiny AN nXTIlANCIXH SK1HT. l - Tlio mountnln cono that had 11 vo mlmiUw leforoboen Mirouded In n whlillng torm-dou- d now stout liright and clear ngnln&t tho bluit sky that ono tan He any w hero In America, On tho other sldo tho ury of tho torm, mado darker by thn lirhjtiilnruiof tho mn, moved nwny to tho east In flvo minutes tho mountain trail was dry enough for good walking, nlthougb tho drift of hailstones remained in places for half an hour longer, Hut tho ttorm hail coyio and gono and tho parly followed it down tho old trnil toward Manltou. Coming to tho joint where tho road turns to glvo an unobstructed view of tho plain Mow, the lender Mopped with tho exclamation: "Look at that," Below him wero tho plains with Colorado City and Colorado Spring in thedistanconnd Manltou in tho foreground, but not as any ono had over seen them before. Sweeping over tho wide extent of country visible from this elevated point was tho storm that bad left tlio mountain clad In crystals. Dclow it, or beyond It, tho extent of plain was one great rainbow. Tho colon, vivid, diarp and brilliant, wero laid, in magnificent belt across the plain, so that what would have been a monotonous picture fading In the distance, wo dressed in rainbow hues. Tlio effect was liko that of a mirage in that Colorado kecnud to liend upward as It built on a cone. For an hour as the men strode down Springs, with its symmetrical squares, the mountain trnil toward Manltou this picture In rainbow colors was beforo them, while behind them wero tho mountains clad In a mliUiro of eryital and green. Chicago Inter Ocean. Htorf of Abbott I.awrenre. Tho following is related of Abbott Lawrence, tho princely merchant: A country trader bought a fow yard of cloth at $10 per yard at his store. On measuring tho goods at homo thoy ran short a quarter of a yard. The trader was almost afraid to speak of bo small a matter to bo great a merchant On his next visit to Mr. Lawrence' establishment, however, ho plucked up courage enough to say: "Mr, Lawrence, when I was hero a few months ago I bought a fow yards of ''Ac-cordl- broadcloth." "Yes, at 1 10 per yard." to my measurement It fell khort a quarter." "Fell short a qunrterr" That will never do, it nhould have overrun a quarter." Turning to hi bookkeeper he said: "Credit this nmn with hair a yard of our best broadcloth." That customer was nailed for life, Dry Goods Chronicle. len. Clay's Family. Gen. Casulus M. Clay met ono of his own drtughtors tho other day in ltichmond, and did not know her. His wife and both daughters left him some year ago, after he re- turned fiom r.u-- mastheaded. "Go to tho masthead Indeed) wllh a freshening wind, under whose Influera-- tho ship w as beglmiin g to keel over, and an increasing sea that made her Jump about like an acrobat. I hail not got my sea legs, and this feat seemed an utter Impossibility to me. I looked with horror up aloft; then came over mo the remembrance of Marryat' story of tho lad AfTEn A DAY'S TnAMP. who refused to go to the masthead, and who "After a long, hard day's tramp, we en- was hoisted up by tho signal halyards. While camped for tho night In ono of those small canthinking of this another 'Well, sir, why don't yon so prevalent in western Knnsa. It wan you obey ordersf started mo Into tho Iowt an excellent place, too. Our backs were ef- rigging, which I began with tbo greatest fectually protected by a natural cave In the difllculty to climb, expecting nt every step to CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. side of tho bank, the entrnncn to which was go headlong overboanL A good natured. g concealed by brush and tall grans. Sam, th sailor, seeing the fix I was in, gave meabelp-inhand, and up I crawled as far as tho boy of the party, was an timiMiaUy bright h the tac maintop. This, I must explain to my voune fellow and ver . uu... lying reader, is not tho masthead, but a tics of Indian warfare. down I noticed him untying n good aired comparatively comfortable half way resting If don't buy my Christmas Trix of bundlo of sticks resembling short broom place, from whence one can look about feel.liandlca. He placed them in wxy reach and ing somewhat secure. On looking down to tumbled down to slaep. I had also noticed the deck my heart bled to see the poor sailor him fumbling around the bushes n short time who had helped me undergoing punishment lefore, but didn't pay much attention to hi for his kind act I heard myself at the samo actions. Tho other fellow and myself contime ordered 'to go higher,' and a llttlo higher cluded not to set a guard, as wo were In such I did go. Then I atopped, frightened to an excellent place. I don't know how long death, nnd almost senseless; terror, however, we had slept when wo wero awakened by seemed to give me presence of mind to cling on, and there I remained till somo hours afSam shaking us slightly nnd whispering: " 'Bo quick now, tho Indians aro getting terward; then I was called down. On reachready to slip in on us.' ing tho deck I fainted, and knew no moro "By thliiiio we wero both wide annko and till I awokoafter somo time In my hammock." ready with our rifles. For three years ho suffered, but with so Also dealer in KuIb, Raisins and Tropical Fruite, Fresh Ojftera, Celery, "'Listen,' whispered Snm; 'hear tho dirty llttlo harm to his spirit, that on coming homo b nmps slipiing up. Put dow n the rifles. I've nnd being offered a lift to Loudon from ifcc: got something better.' l'ortsmouth in his cousin's carringc, ho tells ulla handed each of us four of tho sticks us: mentioned, remarking! "Full .of disgust and horror at tho very " 'ThcmS lloman candle. I've got n pile sight ot him, I replied that I would rather of whopjiers along and I think wo can scare 'crawl home on my hands and knees than go In his carriage,' and so ended our acquaint them scamps clean out of their hides.' ance, for I never saw him again," Tho LonTHE CANDLXH KI.AS1IKD. friend. "I caught the idea a moment and strained don Standard. '"Lord Mncaulay U on tho train,' I said; ray cars to listen forinfurther demonstrations 'that' wliat brings tho people out, and I'd The Insanity nf Competition. attacking party. "Wo could hear glvo a good deal to sco him myself.' Ho from tho "What can we dol" said ono manufacturer them creeping hero nnd thcro through tho smiled irgaln. I'm Lord Mncaulay,' he said, bushes, scarcely making a noto, but easily lately, when asked how he thought tho thins with almost a'schoolgirl blush, and I reached distinguished would end. "If there wero any power in tho silence of the night. enthusiasm and shook oat with American Will have his usuaUiock of ., 'Now,1 whUpcred Sara, 'tako two in each quicker than steam, or auy way of managhands with him so heartily and earnestly ing so that women could feed flvo or sis hand nnd I'll light them.' that he laughed till tear ran down his machines, that would have to come next, "Suiting tho action to the word, he cherks. lo light them In rapid succession. civ every ono of us would go to tho wull to"Whwiwo reached YoiV ho invited me to Then we turned them into th bushes, and gether, the pressure Is so tremendous. Of diuo with him, and at tho dinner ho extended sight was ruled as the court there's no clinnce for tho women, but what Invitation for mo to vUil lih home heavens! I1.ij.1k d. aAbout fifty rut further then you must rememlier there' precious nn.!!. vlllati"us look1 tiki it, nud to this da) and hi family, nud ing suvagtia mid greaser were stooping and llttlo chanco for the employer, cither. This pleas-anteMncaulay is one of my brightest and creeping along toward us. At the first Hash competition is n sort of insanity. It gluts Special Atlentic n is.called toa Large Stock of memories." Dramatic Timw. Wo tuniud the'mnrl.et with cheap goods nnd gives a thoy stopped es if spellbound. ?sr them so tho green nnd white liall would sciimj of prosperity, but It is the death of all Nerrr Wears an Otereout. strike them In their faces. The candles were legitimate, reasonable business. It won't A writer In The Now York Times wiys: tremendous nffairs, and eight or ten of them surprise mo if this wholo trndnof manufac"Crank do not exbaut themselves. A lmlf lopplug away, npjiarently independent ol turing underwear becomes a monopoly, nnd doten uptown young men havo banded to- human old, was enough to tcrrorire any one. one man swallows up tho wholo thing. Lord AT UKEATX PICICES. gether not to wear overcoats this w Inter, proOur assailants wavered a moment then, nnd help tho women then, for there'll bo no help enaltles for breaking their vow." with a terrible yell, bounded away townnl in man!" viding wero tried! What "Supposo Our Undo tlcorgo Tillman has been at Washhigh ground as it tho devil himself was In ington forumny w Intent, some of them most pursuit. Wo could hear them scraiiihlo up would bo the effectf" "No effect, because there isn't coulidcuco severe, and yet ho hasnovcr woman ovor tho hillside, mount their horses nr.d gallop coat. The venernblo Hannibal Hamlin wn away. Snm afterward explained that ho had enough anywhere to make men dnro a scheme. Even tho workers would tho solitary pre,lecur of Mr, Tillman in brought tho caudles along as a sldo specula this jmrtirulnr, but tho South Carolina statestion, nnd ho also explained that ho hail nr distrust it, nnd a sharp business man laughs DEALERS IN- man and philosopher was ahead ot the Maine ranged a system of strings among tho budies, in your face if you dare mention tho wonl. xilltlclaii, liecauw) he did not wear an underso that no ono could approach very close It doesn't suit American notions. It might shirt nnd slept with tho window ojien whllo without meeting the obstruction and alarm bo a good thing if there were any business men left; men content with tlio liliisanl wero blowing f rngmeuU of th lug him. It is msdUK to stato that we north jxilo ntiiHHpherically over tho federal ivuched safe ground in duo time, without fur-th- tr slow profits nnd honest dealing, ns my father capital But ho wouldn't havo a was, for instance. molestation." Omaha Herald. glictot of a chanco Tho w liolo system Now, Mr. Tillman Is no crank. Ho I uncommonly healthy, and attributes hi freedom of business is rotten, and there will havo to n Iteporter. Story nf be a reconstruction clean from tho bottom, from cold nud pneumonia to discarding tho Chnuncey M. Depew Bays that of all tho overcoat, Ho nlwnys walks to and from tho Wo'ro though it's tho men that need thin skinned jieoplo he ever met tho man with tho lnmldtt-- t nation for money it first faco of on the Capitol, taking enro to keep his feet and FOR THIRTY DAYS from this day we will ofler cur entire Meek of Fall tho thinnest skin Is tho nowspajwr writer who hands warm and hU chest protected by a U constantly sticking his pencil through some-Ixxl- tho earth, nnd tho pace is a more killing ono every year. I'm hnlf inclined to think somo-tiiu- and "Winter Goods, consisting of a nice line of all kirda of Coining, Ladies' sack coat. If anything like cold Is thick clso' skin. Mr. Dcjww likes to get off do eloped ho washes his neck nud bead with something that mankind will soon be pretty much and Gents' Underwear, Caps, Gloves, Oveishoee, Dry Goods, Notions nt the expense of tho newspaper Ac alcohol and toasts his feet nt the furnace fire, a superfluity, tho machines aro getting so inbecause, as ho says, thoy arc constantly gettelligent, and it may bo the so conditions that meanwhllo rating but little, and that of the ting off things nt hi expense. Ho tells a seem to iqiset you so nro simply means of simplest fare. Ho docs not drink ardent story of a lejiortcr w ho came to his house at spirits at nil. It may Ikj that tho rich young 3 o'clock in tba morning and rang tho door killing off those that mo not wonted, and gl ing place ton lere sensitive order of men of Now York, nlnrmed at tho degenMr. Depow answered out of n winLord help tbem, I say again, for eracy of their species, havo hit upon a liell until We will also havo a nice line of Christmas Goods, which we will offer naked Mr. dow. "What is tho matterl" method ot obtaining somo ot tho high physithere's no help in mail." Helen Campbell in cheap for cash. Wo make this offer of Tho Dally New Depew. "I am Mr, as a special inducement to cash huyere York Tribune. cal health of a South Carolina sage. Wo was the reply. "Wo have got n discommend to those New York young met Blank," auu ue n means 01 imrouucing 10 me traue ot our surrounding country our patch saying that 'Willie' Vnnderbllt has lost Mr, Tillman's sobriety as well as his disdain Fashion for Fighting Dog. casu Bvstem mat wo snail adopt the let ot January, 1887. every dollar of his fortune. We go to prow of overcoats. The poac.ion of a temperate It Is said that fighting dogs fare better with minutes. Meanwhile I was Bent In tlilrty-flvmay bo essential to tho safe abandonThanking our customers for past patronage, we solicit a continuance. appetite out of you what you know tholr ears cropped, and tho exigencies of hero to ment of tlio outer wrap. Augusta (On.) up Cghting dogs havo set the fashion for all about It" "There Is not a particle of truth Chronicle. In It, He has not lost a dollar or n penny." others. It is true that it an ear be gone it "I am sorry," said tlio reporter, as ho heaved cannot bo torn, but then it is forgotten that The Pistol Which Kilted Lincoln. , Depew, astonished that even for lighting purposes the cor is often a Fow people hnve ever seen the pistol with a great sigh, and Mr. anybody should express sorrow that ono of protection. AH theso fighting dogs have what which John Wilkes Booth murdered Presiinquired, are called "rttnts." One has his way of seiznot lost his dent Lincoln, but It is still in tho ossessiou his friend! hadyou sorry." fortune, you see, It ing the leg, mother fixes upon the throat, "Well, "What miies ot the government, and probably will lo for I the and yet another makes a dash at the large many generations to coma Tho accomplices spoils tha story for our paper," answered and gland liehind the ear, which In the dog is as reporter, as ho turned sadly on bis heel of tho assassin were tried by a military comsensitive as tho most sensitive grand in tho went away. New York Tribune. mission, and all the "exhibit" in connection human body. Deprive the dog ot bis ear and with tho hearing wero retained in tho custody tho assailant can get a good bite at it nnd lay of the war department. The pistol is a small, Methods of it New Iteporter. hi adversary low. Leave the dog his ear old fashioned derringer, with hammer trigger I am often amused at tho antics of tbo now nnd the assailant' grasp of the sensitive ot the old style, and a barrel but two or reporter. It is surprising what an amount gland is impeded by the folds of th ear and three Inches long, and a bore sufllclcnt to of self importanco hi first reportorlal posirendered much more feeble. Thus, even to Havo just received an immenEe stock of Holiday Goods, embracing many carry a very largo bullet. tion gives a young man, and how soon ho tbo fighting dog tho long ear is a positive de- of the most useful and attractive, articles usually thrown upon tho market at Small revolvers were not mndo In the days gets over It of ter n few weeks' hard work. fense. New Orleans ricayune. this enjoyable season. In the etook may be seen Juvenile and Toy Books when this murderous weapon was used with His first act after getting his position Is to Writing'Desks, Work Boxes , Thotograph and Autograph Albums, Scrap such deadly effoct as to make n whole world purchase a number ot lead pencils, always Food Left Over at Hotels. mourn, tho cumbersome navy revolvers including a blue one, though bo was never mystery to the public is, what is Books and Fancy Stationery, besides Dozens of Novelties representing the Another being the nearest approach to n ocket piece, known to bo guilty of using it on his own done with cooked food that is left ovor. talent and ingenuity of many Foreign Nations. Children aro Cordially d copy. Then ho purchases a long noto book Now, here is where tho services of n good and it if probable that Booth chosa It to call and Bee tho magnificent display of ToyB which havo been select, being small, ho could easily drop It with pink lines; has some cards printed and steward comes Into play. It is tbo duty of From Penny Candies and Nicklo Dolls prices Into his pocket and draw it forth when sallies forth, ovory pocket bristling with tho night clerk to count the number of guests ed for their special enjoyment. upon the living hi the hotel, which ho sends to tho BBcend to the more Fancy articles, but all will bo sold at prices Defying needed. It would almost slip easily into hi neatly sharpened pencils like quills vest pocket. It must have beou long in uso fretful porcupine. He never replenishes hi baker at 3 o'clock in tho morning., The baker Competition. before it was fired to kill Lincoln, for the svock of pencils after the first batch are lost allows a certain portion to each person and Besides Holiday Goods we have a Full Line of all kinds of Dry Goods, No-tionwoodwork or stock is worn as if from much or worn out; any.sort of an old stub is good bakes according to tho number of persons in Hats Caps, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, and Hardware. A big stock ot rough handling, and there is cvury appear- enough for him after he gets well nt work. tho house, allowing, of course, a wide margin Winter Goods may be seen, and positively will bo Bold at prices far below Ho rarely buys a second note book, but preance of ago about tho thing, Whllo not a for day visitors. The cook is also sent a hkt, large as tho "British Bulldog" which (lulttwi fers to borrow copy paper whenover ho cau and In consultation with the steward an all "Competitors." bis assault upon the lamented Tho Journalist. used in lay his hands on it. Our Stock is Now and Attractive and "Boss" Bargains aro hero for all of amount of food Is decided upon for tho day's it looks every bit as dangerous. WashExperience and Judgment make our Customers. cooking. . ington Cor. Cloveland Leader. A Story Telling Club. tho two men good mathematicians, and thoy Don't fail to seo our Big Assortment ot Fancy Candies. An organization recently formed by n can tell to a nicety how much to cook. Steel Tie for Mexico. dozen or more fashionablo Now York jieoph Should any food bo left over it is served out The railway from Vera Crux to tho Moxt-ca- n is styled the "India club," and It proceeding tho next day to tho help, in addition to tho capital has 30,000 steel ties on its road, aro devoted to story telling nnd descriptions regular food cooked for them. If ono wero and the experienco of two year has proved of tho life and customs ot tho people In that only to study tho treatment of hotel help they , so satisfactory that 40,000 moro havo been would soon see the absurdity of the statement country. Chicago Time, ordered from England. They nre said to cost that hotel servants are poorly fed. New 11.25 each, in gold, excluslvo ot freight A Rondout landlord, who is tho owner nl York World. charges. a largo tenement, will not rent rooms to uii) A New York doctor tay that men who ono who has hi or her housch61d furuitun Competition has reduced thu faro In Loudou aro the mot ympthUa. Uavatb 'liusoa to ono pejviy t al A Frontier Incident in Western Kansas. HopcMIng n Night Attack of Indian Toe A nnd Greaser A Terrorised Timely l'rccautlon, "Ono of my adventures, cliP liegan tho book ngent, as tho others settlod Into their neat more comfortably. "Well, nlwut eight year ago I carried a pack of novelties, such as you frequently seo exhibited on tho street corncm nnd presided over byn sunburned Italian. With another man nnd n young fellow of 18. 1 traveled through Kansas to tho Colorado lino, selling and trading our wares to tho Indians for anything marketable in tlio cities. About tho tlmo of our arrival In tbo western part 61 Kansas tho memorablo Indian outbreak was terrorlxlng tho country. From tho south nnd west come reports of tho terrible outrages perpetrated by tlio Indians and greasers. Houses vferc burned, tho wero killed instantly or tortured to death and all the cattle wero driven off and scattered. You may lo sure I felt considerable Bollcitudo concerning the safety of my little party and took extra precautions to find secluded sjiots when camping. Of course, under tho conditions, I deemed it advisable to get out of tho neighborhood Immediate)'. To do so wo found it necessary to pass through tho country mot likely to bo infested by straggling band of Indians. Despite tho risk we determined to mako the attempt. An Unpleasant Kxperlenee on Shipboard, Cllinblne to the Masthead. Asa midshipman his start in life wasn rough one, with a very unpleasant cousin for n captain. ''I shall never forget Ids first words. Ho was n handsome young fellow with fino features, darkened, however, by a deop scowL As ho stepped over tho sld ho greeted us by saying to the first lieutenant in a loud voico: 'Put all my boat's crow in irons for neglect of duty.' It seems that ono of them kept him waiting for a couplo of minutes when ho camo down to embark. After giving this order tho captain honored tho ofllcer who received him with rf haughty bow, read nloud his commission nnd retired to his cabin, having ordered tho anchor to bo weighed in two "Accordingly, at 8 o'clock wo stood out to sea, tbo weather being fine and wind favorable. At 11 all hands were called to attend tho punishment of tho captejn's boat's crow. I cannot describo the horror with which I looking fellows witnessed six fine sailor-llko E. D. SMITH. VANDERPOQL -- & SMITH. IN- - DEALEIM DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, AND A FDLL LINE OP HARDWARE. NJ2AK DKI'OT. OIlJiM OltCIIAHI), K Y. hours. torn by the frightful cat for having kept their ofllcer wnltlng r. few minutes on tho pier. "But tho boy' own turn came next. For getting in tho way, or crying (lie was not 13), or 'in some way vexing the tyrant,' ho was at oneo 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. MRS- FANNIE EDMISTON, Jut I CHARLES H. BISHOP, HUSTOWVILLK, HEADQUARTERS fop GHRfSTMftS G00OS Ac, 2Glxiij. G. F. PEACOCK, HtJSTOWVXLtLE, KY., 14 con-trhe- d Gil WGOiSJTOYS JOINS & BEDDOED tt JEWELEY SILVEEWAEE! ALLEN OWENS, DRYGflODS, CLOTHING, HATS.GAPS Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Notions, &c. to-da- y es s. STRICTLYf!AT COST FOR CASH. 'I o gt ALLEN & OWENS, McKlNE KY. ATlEIiTTIOasr BVBEYBODY D. S. KEcKIItfltfEY, KY, JONES & SON, rli 1 la-vite- s, Onr-fiel- d, far-awa- y A CAPITAL CHRISTMAS GIFT: A year's subscription to the Interior' Journal. ,JAaW A..JfcgCwl t,jjMat - i.- - ") o kwii ntr MatiM&MMJ4tLJIMwntnMtAJ&innivJA- wwcwmaqraMWJgwts'ir'iri I wUUtotfll vwiwiT I RANK KTOCK A REMAMCVBLE POEM, 3UCHANAN RIDE"-HOW "SHERIDAN'S READ'S IT WAS WRITTEN. p.'l ti SI . IU1 Ifll poemr are all fnmlllnr, Buchanan Rend describes Shcriitnii n riding down tho linos with "n terriblooatb," which was o soul attiring as to bring the ilomoraliaxl and scattered soldiers to a realizing mmq of tho responsibility ef tba occasion and to turn them from nhocp to men. Tho gannrnl doos not recollect what ho did say, but has no doubt that ha used langungo nppropriato to tho d meant precisely what ho said. On some other occasions during the war ho found the ordinary vocubulary of conversa-tio- n inadequate to hU thought, and mado use of language that could not lo nilsundei-stoo- d, but tho yarn about his profanity, which ware so widely quoted at tho time, hare caused him much annoyance Tho impression that his tonguo was a mint that was constantly coining imprecations of a unique and nwful ittern was qullo general, and it grieved tho hearU of a great many good poople that a man they had learned to admire and lore should tarnish his otherwise brilliant reputation by the two of blajphcmy. Many of them wrote him to their regret. Tho letters came from clergymen and mothers of boys, who gently renionstroU-and begged him to abandon tho vicious habit, not only for the sako of his own soul but for tho benefit of their sous, who admired him so much ami were inclined to imitate own the vices of a great soldier. It is due to Gen. Sheridan that this folso impression should bo corrected, for ho is not habitually profane and neviv swears except upon rare occasions of extraordinary provocation. Then ho does not uso tho vulgar blasphemy of the barroom, but coins phrases ef picturesque mid striking originality, which produce an instantaneous effect and a lasting impression. His words fall liko a pile driver, lie does not hso them for tho sako of swearing, nor from tho frce of habit, and never atters tho samo oath twice, but to emphasize bis language and to supply a force which tho poverty of his native tonguo locks. On somo supremo occasion, at a great crisis or emergency, when tho souls of his men wore to bo aroused, tho ordinary adjective would strike tho soldier with no more forco than a falling leaf, and the phrases of tho drawing room would not even reach their ears. Bo much 3 truo of Sheridan, that at such times his tonguo would framo a sermon fci a single semeneo that never failed to panic and iinplro with courage men who would have been tlcaf to tho ordinary tone and manner of remonstrance or command. The retreat at Winchester was one of these occasions. A mcmlwr of his staff, Ocn. ; George A. Forsythe, or "Sandy'" as ho was j better known, who mio the famous twenty . miles by Sheridan's side but did not get into tne Immortal poem, may be considered pretty good aufhority. He told mo that when tho general met tho first group of stragglers, in full retreat, and was informed by them that tho enemy had captured his camp during hU absence, ho turned white with rage and mortification, and exclaimed in a tone that was not to be misunderstood. "Boys those of you who aro not cowards follow me, for I'll sleep in that camp or m sleep in hell 1" That was the "terrible oath" tho author of Sheridan's Ride" referred to, and it Iwd tho effect that was intended. The soldiers knew that "Little Phil" was rightfully in earnest, and there wasn't a man in ail tho shattered army who wouldn't share his bed. I asked Gen. Sheridan the other day if he knew the author of tlio poem. "Yes," he replied, "I knew him well. I first wet Mr. Head at the headquarters of Gen. Bosecrans, just before the battle of Stone Jttver. Ha was guest of tho general and remained in camp quite a while, so wo all got to know him." "Do you know how ho came to writo the ox-act-ly clrcutn-stancManss ar-ra- ta ht rho General'. "Terrlblo Oath" nnit tlio Kflect Wlilrii U Hail Jatnea K, the Klocuttoulet Tlio Vott Painter unit lilt l'lcturc. In that renmrknblo poem, with which wo Mur-dor- k, Mrs. Head copied it for Murdock." "How did Head como to paint tho plctuio of Sheridan's rideP I "Well, tho poem innde a great sensation, you know, and Head, being a painter as well as a poet, got acommimian from the Union League club, of Philadelphia, for the picture, They sent him down to New Orleans, whero I was stationed, aud I fat for him there. Ho was going to Romo that fall and did not finish It, but mado some sketches, and then com-- 1 pletcd tho picture in Italy. I nover had a copy of tho picture, but bo afterwards gave mo the sketches, which I still havo at my uouso." "Who wcro with you on that rido J" "Sandy Forsythe, who L down iu Now Mexico with tho Fourth cavalry now, and CoL O'Kcefe. Tlio latter was killed at tho liattlo of Fivo Forks." W. E. Curtis in New , 1 A CASE OF . CLEAR GKIT. F'OIt'X'V In tha DEALER IK IM-t- ptlTAttl Hll-VllIC- e WHAT LIEUT. JOUETT AND GUNNER IN 1861. CARTER ACCOMPLISHED Ouo of Fint Natlosal Bank ofSUnford, 8TOCK J. M. fOSTRK, fltaoforJ, Ky the A i:rly 'vnl Incidents of tho pant AVur as Kolated by n ParticiNight Assault Mado Against York World. SYMPTOMS OF TYPHOID FEVER. Indications by Which tlio Dlaeneo May be Kccognlzoil Killing tho 1'oltun. When n person becomes ill, suffering with slight chills, loss of appetite, frequent nov) bleeding, irregularity of tho bowels, coated tongue, rapid, weak pulso, a lody temperature rising regularly 1 degreo dally till 105 degrees Fahrenheit is reached, with fugitlvo pains, especially in tho back and head, with progressive, muscular and mental weakness, and an inclination to bo stupid, tho is very strong thnt tho patient has typhoid fover, and this notion is much strengthened if, with tho nboro symptoms, there be a tumid abdomen, gurgling on pressure on tho right side. . Tbeso symptoms may exist about fourteen days, and gradually abate, and tho patient recover; but tho patient may, on tho other hand, go on from bad to worso, and finally bo destroyed by exhaustion, perforation of tho bowels, or liowel hemorrhage. If on examination of tho body of ono dead under tho nbovo circumstances there bo found numerous patches of inflamed surface In the bowel known as the "ileum" it is perfectly proper to ascribo tho death to typhoid feror. The poison of tho ditease, which is probably a microscopic plant, exists mainly iu tho bowel evacuations of those sick of the disease It Is truo this substance has never beon isolated and shown to men as one would how a sample of wheat or other seed, but it oxfsts all tho samo, and when a person develops tho disease it is becauso he has swallowed somo of th Kison with his drink, most likely, and it insses along tho alimentary canal till it finds a good soil in which to grow that is, in tho position indicated, known as "Pyers' latches," a glandular formation bearing the name of a learned phy sician long since dead. It is probable that some in vigorous beahh might tako small amounts of this poison into unhurt. A tempera the system and ct ture ofc3ldegro, that is, tho boiling point, kills the poison of all zymotic diseases. Hei u In brief is tho sum of the prevention of tbo troublo : Maintain a high stnte of the general health and boll all suspected water before using. In fact it is well to use nothing but boiled water when any epidemic disease pre- vans, ooraeiypnom iever indents nut re cover uy raw in uvu auu using onij nquiu food. Othorswill die in spite of the Ut of attention. Tho-- e last are either con weak or received enormous dov of poison. Euterio fever is much the better name for tho troublo in question. .'Jedicol Journal. y Great Odds. Tho Santeo lay off tho harbor nt Galveston, Tor., Nov. 7, 1S0I. Two Confederate vowels, tho Royal Yacht and Gen. Rusk, lay in tho harbor. Lieut. James E. Jouett, then nerving on tho Santec, requested to bo placed in comma ml of a jwrty to go and destroy tho two Confederates, and his request was granted. Accordingly tho ship's two cutters, with about forty men, wcro ploeed under his command for tho expedition. He was prohowitzer, loaded vided with a twelve-poun- d shells, with long fuses, to bo thrown down tho hatchways, and portllres, fireballs and slow matches. Lieut. Jouett took command of tha first cutter, with Gunner Carter (who is now on sick leavo In Washington) at tlio gun. Lieut. Mitchell commanded tho second Hardware, Farming Implements, Groceries, Salt, !Lime, Cement, FOIt RENT. I with to rent my HouwanJ LotonUpptr Maid Htreet, inHtanfunl, now occuplad hy Mr. W. for tha year 1537, commencing with Jan. uary jit, 1187. MHH, l!l-J- n KATRHAIN, 1. etanfird, Ky. EHevatoz, JEtiinp3 OidLer Mill, fcc. KtffiY' lam dally opening ancWant llnaot Fall ery, Including alt Millin- The Latest Novelties of the Season. Bml-le- Atao Notioai, inch ai Handkerchief. Cullara and CufEi, Ilucblng, CoritU, IluitUf, ol. Yo'l y will flml sua at tharooina UUiIt tacatoJ ty A Wtrrau, nait door to tha Myari IIoum. m KATE UVItDKHAIl, STOCKHOLDERS' MICKTING cuttor. attack excepting by surprise, and tho cutters headed for tho Royal Yacht. Then camo tho hail, tho rapid orders and tho miss flro already told, and in a moment ono of tho most desperate adventures of tho war was in progress. Tho men clinched their tooth and rowed as if for llfo. Carter, whoso first primer had failed him, adjusted another as quickly as his trained lingers could do it and fired, placing a shell in tho schooner tho water line. Almost at tho samo moment Jouett gave tho order, "Trail oars I Stand by tho board 1" Tho recoil of tho howitzer, however, destroyed tha boat's headway and mado it im possible for tfco party to boani. 1 no cutter, howover, was so near the schooner that Mr. Carter, revolver in hand, mode tho leap and found himself nlono on tho onemy's vessel. Ho dropped behind tho schooner's bite and opened lire at onco on her crew with his revolver. Jouett had taken tho tiller and, seeiag that the boat was drifting back, ordered tho oars out again. As the boat camo up again toward tho schooner Bell, tho pilot, stood on the gunwalo of tha launch swinging the grapnel. He was struck by a boll and fell into Mr. Jouott's arms. Jouett sprang forward and at the moment tho coxswain fell mortalbo-lo- w Tho two boats were rowed up tho harbor In tho owning in tho direction of tho enemy, who lay somo seven miles from tho Santeo. Approaching tho Gen. Husk in tho darknes3 tho first cutter rnn ashore, and tho second, closo behind, ran into her. Several oars wcro broken nnd enough nolso mado to raiw on alarm on tha Gen. Rusk. This comje!Ied a retreat, ta the Rusk was too powerful to WEfiFiEN & Dtalert A mretlng ol the atockboldert of the National Dank of HuitoOTllIa will x held at their banking houMlnlfuitonTllleonlhe 3d Tucvday In Jan. uary, IU7, for thepurpoaeol electing nine Director to lerro the cnanlng J. J. W. HOCKntt,Cashltr. yr, MENEFEE. Una of HTOCKlXOIiDEHS' flilJETlNO AraeeilngottheatockhoUeriof tba FUtt llank wilt to be'd at their Ivaoklog houte In HUnfonl on tbe 51 Tunaday In Jannuy, JM7, for tbo purpoae ol loJll Farming Implements and Machin ery, tbeemulog yejr. JSt-tf. elortio Dlrtctora to Htit JOHN J. MonOHKUre", Ciihlef, KTOOKIIOIiDKKS MKUTING A meeting or the itotkholdera or the Farmen National IUok will h beld at Ibtlr bankln g boaie ln(!tanlardontbe31 Tuaaday In January, 18J7, lor tha purpaaeef electing nine DlrMlora to erne the enrolog year. J. B. OtTBLKY. Chler. hURBEYS, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm wagons. Grain, Wool, Sectlw, Feed, Coal, FAVORITE MILLS, McONNKY, KY., Lumber. Etc. K. L. TANNER, PROP. Having put new and machinery in my mill, additional "Yes," said the general, "I have heard him tell about it several times. There ha-- e been n number of stories published about the origin of tho poem, but I will tell you tho truo one, just as Mr. Head told it to mo. Did you know that James E. Murdock suggested tho Wen!" "Murdock, tho elocutionistP "The very man. He was an nctor at one of tho Cincinnati theatres at the time, where I uau kiiumi uim. jturuocic uosoivvnys been a great friend of mine, and I am glad to know tho old man keeps so well I we tha he was able to appear at tho memorial sr-- 1 vices in honor of Chief Justice Chase tho ether day. Ho lost a son at tho battlo of Missionary Hidgo Murdock did. Tho boy was in my command, and tho old man came dawn to get the body, don't you knowf The enemy occupied tho place where the boy was Luried, and Mr. Murdock remained a guest at my headquarters until we recovered the croimd. He used to rido the lines with me very day, and always used my black horae, JUenzi the one that was afterwunW called " 'iiithester,' and tho same that I had under canter. No man over ii ui that twenty-mil- e w. addled a better animal, and old Murdock V- - nmo very fond of him. He wa a horse it was an honor to mount, you and 41 Mmt poem Head gave him a good sand olf. mWII, things were very exciting down -,vid Chattanooea thoio days, mid Mr. (vie snw a good deal of war. On Sun-always uied to recite poems to tho . m-f j Tha Vntcr den Linden. The Unter den Lindon is a bread avenue, perhaps threo quarters of a mllo in length, of tho most prosaic character. In the center is a walk forty or fifty feet broad, without a spear of grass, dirty, sand-- , gravelly, on either sido of which is a doublo low of trees of the size usually described in America as "scrub." Fow of them exceed twenty feet in holght, and these are not lindens at all, but elms or horso chestnut, or trees of quite a different species. A fow lindens are said to remain at the end toward tho Thiergarten, if one is disposed to look them up in order that ho may keep up tho fiction. The trees are not only small, but they have an air of decay. They give an Impression not only that it is autumn, but that it is the autumn of their existence. They furnish no protection whatever from tho sun to tho tired pedestrian nlio endeavors to rest himself on tho bard wooden benches. As to tho iden entertained iu the word unter, if anything could get under them, it must havo been in times that long antedated tho era of tho Great Frederick. Iu these days a small dog hardly get its entire icrson within tlio contracted shallow of one of tho trees. So much for Un'cr den Linden, regarded as a shaded avenuo. But looked nt as the ordinary street of a city the Unter den Linden is quite another nlfiilr. There are bvoad carriage ways on either hide between the promenade) and the sidewalks.-- Tho walla are of ample width, mid the street is lined, with some few excop-tinwith stately buildings of modern construction. Ajong It are elegant enfes, plrturu handsome shops, and at the further guild end near the solid stono bridgo ovr 0:10 of I hi' arms of the Spree, which you cross tu going to tho public museums, are tlio palai-eof the eiiinoror and croivn nrliice. the linmunve university nnd tho intonating museum of ' urms. Cor. San Francisco Curoniole. J n. K-s given to lineage iu Massachusetts nnd in Virginia than in any other states in the j Union, There is not a venerable xpinstcr In ' any of the old plantation mansions on tho MERSHON & DoBORDE, bank of tho Rappahannock or of the James bio- - ) rivers who cannot glvo you the family tory of every prominent Virginian, nnd so here In Massachusetts., Thero is not an ' t tuind headquarters, anil there was j auciept demoisello between Capo Cod and tho i iwnlng's that tho boys never uiii&td Berkshire hills who Is not thoroughly jioated nva fo.r. itwasagt-o.i- t favorite' iu tlio genealogy 01 tuup having tho blue x m't you know, Just as it was with blood of the old commonwealth in their veins; W httve nittvert our Rlnclo , aud we never Jet tho old man off t and when, as has recently been the cose, the iding it. It was tho story of tho young scions of two old ' houses marry, Ruilth fcUop from lower 3Ih1u i Ohcntto Alx you romemlior iti thero U exceeding great joy. True, many of Nlrcetto.onrNow Shop ityUjo u seo, after tho lmttlrtf Cedar thoso who are now leaders of MyIf ty in Bos- ,.. t. was published in Harper's Weekly . ton are descended from dealers in rum nnd ( back ol A.T.NuniicUejn Livery my rldo from Winchester, and a molusses on tho wharves 100 years since, and alone,.1'-i. H table. '.JriinnUIiiB "K ' mo on the back of old Itiunzl. It Is hinted that some of Uleni sent cargoes of Stung by Jfa bitterj reproach tho ' Lud agreed to recite a poem nt tho mm to the wetern coast of Africa nnd re- again returned to tho vessel. Carter crow ; then touicrH lor imat Invora, .' We .phk . ..urtlmt was being held at Cincinnati ! ceived in return "wool and ivory," as slaves went below and drpvo up all but tho captain fntnrc. no, and Head had promined to write wcro then denominated. Nearly all of those nnd two men. They obttiuately refused to lliewune In &, .1 so. who had inherited acquired fortunes in 1851 .como up, and Jouctrf thivaWing them with .? new and appropriate for lilm. BIEKSHOX A '.Mi Murdock railed on him for the were greatly profiled - by the war. Of) late, a shell, llghlfya flro ball oljij'ufw'ittbelow, But mamif.-ilp- t the ufteruoon ho was to recite he years, boivovcr, s5mo of tha many thousands leaping .down tho hatch after 'ItWCThoy '. .' to papor said ho didn't then amassed havo been planted in Mexican y'thought it if shell mid sprung quickly toluY Aadn't touched a Well, Murdock railroads and Colorado mines, which dtxjJfirjT 'deck, "where t.lnV "WILLM- Know what to write about. Jouott s wd had just seen n man who was in tho battlg. notiivitjeuus auu are virtually oriiiicsx.nr ARTIST, and tvu full of the fctory, tiling a friend of Beir Perloy Pooru. .mid nil, Into tho cutter ml bhoved olf. '.$', THE TONSPEIAL mine, you see. So ho pulled the copy of Sitting on tho guinsnhiif his boat, Ixdwccn rvrANroitn, uv. Weekly from his pocket and reHarix-r'A Hint to Tntori lint era. .uocapta!nnd mntu of Um Schooner, with peated to Hum! all tho officer had told him, every lothlng but ft red blurt Vri(pied around his The ethics of social llfo demand thnt my Hfo iu Ibjad jumped up, locked himself in his room, word utteivd in' the relation of fingers to staunch tho flow of ,.h($' .bjood, ho Having Mjontthe most of In on hour, got bis host nnd guest bo held wrote the poem offhand 'violate. Accepting commanded a retreat that took tlpifo hours, a Barber HHop, A ieui mi. wlfo to make a copy aud hod it over to Mur- an invitation, tho gu'V tacitly1 accepts" this though ho could at tlinui btudfy sicukfor I fully trt.lq;upply tho wants dochs Iwforu dark. The latter w delighted' condition. Tho "Inter w" of journalism is pained weakness. At fl o'clock lii tho mornoftuePuHoiuHairGut- with it and read it at tho sanitary fair that entirely unothnr nffulr. It is a strictly pro- ing, however, ho reached tho Bun too. ' Might." ting", 8hamiioonlng fessional event, with a fair understanding on ThoTcdetol loss was ono killed und two "Where did you first seo itr both sides. Even then tho journalist who is offlccrVi)d six mul, wounded. Tuo of these j ar4 Shaving, news-npcrThe first I ever saw of it was In the order a man or w oman of honor and moral fibre, afterward died. Tho enemy's lo- - was inver Ono of my officers brought it to my lKepmy Shop in first-clas- s of all. presents only such matter ns known. New York Herald. tent ono morning in tho camp down in tlio ask tho patronage and jut values and places tho person inShenandoah valley." terviewed In a truo and worthy light. Lilian Ladles waited on at Lead )ilr.-- are anld not to 1k utTeotod by you havo the original manu- Whiting's Letter. "It is said that ; wnter If kept conitantly tilled, If alternatev anytime. script!" ly filled and emptied tho plxn nro readily af- OPPOBITETHE PORTMAN HOUSE. 'I wkh'I hod, buh I havo nover Been it. I leea nro now held in all parts of fected. dou't supposo it Is in oxistonco. As I under- - . theQWiwi ntfl. , U.u., Ii. m..i originally wrlftw In jw.nell aiu) U I Proud of Their Ancestors. It Is a noteworthy fact that more attention ; ' ." "as he said: 'O, Mr. Jouett, they are killing us from tho other boat.' Ho was right, though ho had bocn struck by a ball from tho schooner. The other cutter had mistaken us for Confederates, and thoy wore firing on us. We shouted to them, but tho nobo of the engagement drowned our voices, and Jouett ordered all but tho four oarsmen who were pulling to Ho down iu tho boat." As the boat neared tho schooner again Jouett sprang aboard with tlio boat's painter and made her fast to the main sheet cavil "Now is your time! Como on board l" bo shouted, and turned to run forward. In turning he ran against a plko held by a roau who was braced in the cabin hatchway, and the blade passed through his right arm into his sido. He was dazed, and sat down on tho rail, though, as ho afterward said, Uo was unconscious of his wound. Tho man holdfng tho plko gave a powerful thrust to puh him overboard, and Jouett, then first realizing tho situation, threw himself backward. Then, grasping tho pike, still sticking in his body, ho grappled with his assailant. In tlio scuffle tho plko was broken and Jouett drew tho blado from his sido and, striking his enemy on tho head with it, threw it overboard. All this happened quickly and in the darkness, Jouott then rushed forward to aid Mr. Carter and tho schooner's crew ran below. Tho vessel was in a sinking condition, but ho was determined to capture tho crow. Tho wound in tho hero's arm bled so rapidly that he once more became dazed, and to recover his senses struck his head violently against tho schooner's pivot gun. This roused him. Meantime tho forts of the harbor had opened fire, ami sovcrnl gunboats could bo seen coming down tho river. Carter had sprung to tho hatchway, revolver in hand, and Jouett shouted to tho crow below to como up cud surrender, but not a man came, "Men, go down In tho hold and drlvo 'em out," ho shouted to his own crew, now nil on board, but nouo of them went. Maddened at tills ho sprang below himself, and found there ten armed men. Two of them started to go up, but suddenly 0110 shouted to our men to retreat, and all, excepting Carter, ran to tho side, jumped into tho boat mfd shoved olf. Jouett, hearing tho stampede, pulled down tho two men who were clambering up and camo up himself. Leaving Carter to guard tbo hatchway, ho rushed after his men, jumped into tho boat himself and ordered tho crow to pull back again. Thoy obeyed, nnd Jouett, ngnln leaping alxiard, rushed into tho hold tho second tltno. Ho had just given tho order again to tho Confederates to go on deck, when somo ouo of tho boat's crew raised tho cry "Suutce." This was tho watchword for retreat, nnd tho crott mado another wild rush for tho boat. By this tiuiO'Jouett'H josl ton was desperate, but ho bnckod up tho hatchway, intiug his revolver at tho heads of tho enemy, and renched the dec.k once more, only to find tliat Carter was ngViln alouo. "Drive tboNu'fejldws Iwck whilo I guard tbo batch," paid the 'lieutenant, and Carter ran to tho stern.' rail. Tho boat was some fifty yards away, and ho shouted with blind rngo; Go.back, you cowardsl Go back and tell your shipmate you deserted your officers. Mr. Jouett und I will briug this vessel out ly wounded. 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