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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886122401 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. Semi HeeWi Mttiwt ImifiuiL VOL. XIV. . j. - a - ,, STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1886. NO. 188. MARVELOUS EVENTS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE OF Place on Bale S. L. POWERS wo are & CO. this week an elegant line of New, Fresh and Seasonable Goods bought at the Great New York Auction Sales especially for our Big Holiday Trado that expecting and we are bound to have. BjIRGhA-IZtT- S TZEECZRO'CTGKeZOTTT at prices that will ba surprising for cheapness. Shawls all grades, Jerseys Fancy Hoods for Ladies and Children, Jersey Caps, Woostod Gloves and Mittens for Ladies and Children, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Silk and Cashmero JIufllors, the prettiest line in town. Ladies' Linen Collars and Cuf& Ladies' Cne Shoes and Slippors, Toys, Dolls, Picturo Frames, Lunch Baskets, Hosiery White and Colored, Blankots, Bod Spreads, Druggets, Rugs, Gents' Boots and Shoes a fine assortment, Clothing of all kinds, Suits Odd Pants Coats and Vests, Chinchilla Coats and Vests, Overcoats by tho hundred, and they mus't go too. You will regret it it you buy an Overcoat without looking at ours. Hats and Caps at about half regular prices. Suspendora Neck Wear, Collars, Culls, Underwear, Whito and Colored Shirts, Fino FJannol Shirts, Trunks, Valiso9, &a, &c, &c. If you don't find what you want in this list come and see us about it. , , nro invited to call and inspect our goods and learn tho lowest prices. Bear in mind, remember and don't forgot that We will try to have room enough for all and all Tho sale will consist principally of Dry Goods of all kinds, Fine Dress Goods, Ladies Cloaks and Short Wraps just received especially fqr tho Holidays and THE STOCK. WE WILL OPEN NEW GOODS EVERY DAY DURING THE WEEK. We have made arrangements for extra help during this a!o and will do our best to have ovoryono served promptly, thereby obviating tho tiresome waiting that is usually tbo case at our store. Nevertheless we advise, you to make V your selections as early a possiblo and avoid the great rush that wo always have a few days boforo Christmas. S. L. POWERS & CO., SPOT CASH HOUSE, Popular Originators and Promoters of low prices for all the people CRAB ORCHARD, here a car load of nice, fat hogs to homek lower Garrard. Mr. Yantia hae indeed secured a jewe'. Oir beit wishes John Turnbnll shipped Monday from new home and thro' with them to LINCOLN COUNTS Louie-ville. OTTtNHEIH, LINCOLN COUNTY. fti5ffhef da Tticiftttu -- at mat Friday eo their all the years of their live. Eld. John Todd preached his farewell sermon Sunday at Mt. Olive church. Eld. For Sale at Bargain. 1X3XI A.tVNUJU CAHII. s harue-ts- We not only wll family groceries, but , eaddlta and bridles. Hutching" A LONCINO IN VAIN. understood If ws credit pct4 sad damaBded. thtlJ.M wlllbs Chedwicfc. W. P. WALTON. B&toa small dog vr hoe lines hid in deed fallen In pleasant places tut oil died. IT wore delicate napkin at his meals with broitSeres la the centre. He hU nana wu put to sleep ia a crib, with costly fins (or hii bed aod ft coverlet of tho finest wool wrapped bin about. Crer bis sleeping prison wa drawn a counterpane of figured silk. When ho took an airing it waa always from the sett of a carriage, and tbe coach-ma- n haa drlren bin nut alone, when by chance no members of tbe family were rea-dj- r to accompany Maa. It I aid that since hie: death hie former home haa been in Mourning. Vhdllnjt friends of the family bare been given to understand that the faaiilr would prefer thai all call should be oaaiuted for the prevent. Any allusion to tbe dog in the pretence of his mistress occa-alo- e x floct of tenrs, and the attending physician has rUtdlr prohlblie.1 any men-tio- n of the name or fate of the pel. A suit able memorial will sooa be erected to hi wemory. D. 8rier. formerlv a free will lisp list pretoher, has lor tlie peit jur been n gaged an a teacher in one of the white pnb lio schools of Clarendon county, 8. 0. Frl day afternoon he induced one of his small pupil to rnret hlcj In the woods hsrk of the school house when lie attempted to ravish her. hut wa frustrated in his brutal design by ibe arrival of some other pupils Too reJchbors on liMrlne it Katherel in Urre numbers oud taking (lie meal to a tree thur titd him to it after alrlppiofc every stitch of clothing from bim and cow hidm him till he waa btrely alive A J Ishorioit man of Minervllle, Pa , lts pateatniacar brake, which lie thluka is much better than the Westlnshou'e brake-H- e ssvs tint It omj atop a freight car run nine at the rite of 35 miles an hour, in fif teen feet, lock llw wheels dead in eix or eight acinl, srid a'.op a locomotive run nlng at the rale of 40 miles an hour before it has moved 2 feet, tin has been. oUered $75,000 for hi invention. A We have the nicest Hoe of boots and shoes in town. 6he4froaa5crnUtn$3 50. Hntchlngs A Catd- Give os s call. wick. Born to tbe of nirrlson Thur aosd oa Wednesday, Dec. 15th, a bouncing boy, and at the last report the little lellow waa doing well. Monday night Collier's magician ebow appeared at the College halt and amused a considerable audience with its merry mak ing arid legerdemain performances. Come to the Christmas tree at the Cuietlaa church to night (Friday Instead Saturday night, as was said last week) and bring your wire, yonr children and your sweethearts. Married, here, on the 20th, at the borne of tbe bride's father, Mr. Kobert Dsyls (of Rowland) and Miss Licy nickson. Mr. Davie is a brakeman on tbe L. & N. and his bride Is said to be uncommonly hand some. Mr. John Billet has moved his family from Main and It nowcimfortably quarter ed in A. M. Egbert's cjttage ou Stanford street, formerly occupied by J. Will James. tbe Mr James Hutchison will rooms Mr. Bailey vscnted. At a meeting of the numbers of the Otptist church, Riv.C C. Green wan dis continued in bis pstorai6 for the coming yesr. Bro. Green has been a mot ardent and zttlous worker in the csu of Christianity here, eipeclallr a Sunday school worker, and r 'lti regret to im htm de part elsewhere llav. John James will per hspibecallsd in his stead. John Minis, a Uboring man living near here, was reveruly hurt by an expto He wc? car slon o gun pawder last week rrlnit a shovel of Gre to the kitchen aud pu!ng under tbe door, nbov which there happened to ba a bottle of powder. Tbe the bottle M that inatsnt fell, striking shorel, hriaktni and icudn the otplo e Longing for peace and repose anJ bliss, Longing for lips I'll ceTer more klu, Longing far lore, for only thti, Longing In rata. Loogtet for tbst I'll nerer mars eUlm; Loogteg to whtipsr her dear sweat nsms, Longing, sht tat, It Is ew the tarns, Loeglng In Tln LoBglng!to srnMth from her brew so Ulr, The laprsss of toll, sorrow and cars, To call back the tmllsi sh used to wear, Longing In Tain. Longing to hear bsr fooUtepi so dear, That sllsnt bars ticn for many a year; Aht tbrlr sound wu ramlo to mlns ear, Longing In rain. Longing to stand ones mors by bsr cbslr, To lay my b andi ones more on bsr hair, Longing It will only bs, I can nerer sUnd Imaging In Tain. Jasper Livingston will probably be called for the coming year. Niel Tnrnbull will be home from Mexico Wednesday. He has bten conductor on a paweuger train for nearly two years in that country. Clara Turnbull will clve supper for her many friends Christmas nighl. Of course Robt. Cbanpell will bo there if Henry Fulber haa no objections. A. H. Bsstin haa been on the ick list for the last few days It Is agreed by tbe boys that Miss Clara Turn-bu- ll shall be called the Belle of Ottenhelm. Miss Lulie Hair Is is visiting Mrs. J. T. Slavic. Mlae Belle Anderson la visiting ber brother at Crab Orchard. Two or three weddings are expected to occur about Christmas In this locality- - For fnrlher particulars aik Wm. Adamt and EJgar Graham. A few days ago David Hatcher kilt-- a there, lane wildcat near Garley Adams'. Rev, Dr. Talmage said ia a late interview: 'The summary of the whole thing ia that this ia a grand old world, and I can. want to etay in it as toug aa would not want to go out of it at all If did not believe that there was a grander one. This ia a good, enough one for me I offer lor stls prltstely In 8tanford, Ey., a very declrable retldeoco with eaven roems and porch-Weof water st tha door; utable, smoke boue, Ac About an acre of ground In tbo lot. For Unas, Ac, apply to Jt. Q. AIjFOIID, 16s- Agent for J. E. Altord. SSS;,'.;ffl Concert Grand, H. K. TAYLOB, Town I.ot For Sale ! AsrcpreeenUtlraof Mr. W. IT. Anderson, Icfler for sate prlratelr bis neat brick houta and lot of two arret on Somersst Avsnue In atanford. Tbs place hat all tbo necowary lmproremenu and U r. very desirable one. Call on or address me at titan ford In regard to it. PIANOS t Parlor Grand, ISMt P. St. XeROJBBRTa. Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Sfjnara Grand. fintMd?1ato,ofmMt C"tmr Mllxi." XEWCOMB well-kno- JUCOTJEF, PIANOS AND OICOAIVS same good,. MT. VEBWOW, KY. This old and Hotel Is still maintaining Its fins repatatlon. Chants reasonsbls. Bpeelalsttsntlon to tbe traveling public. St. JP. XE1TCOXB, Fro'r, ML Vernon, Ky. tMa per cent, lower tnan Ptnota of teauk StVu1mlJSu:nl Tho lTorld-rcHowaeU milcTndrt S. n,. Cult ot XhcU cal"' """ d",I, Longing In rain for tbe form 'neatb the sol, For tbe dear, sweat lacs now bid by tbs clod, For tbe aagal one safety rating with Qod, Longing In rain. Longing la raln,aV longlag In Tain, Why do I rspest It again and agtln? For my heart Is almost ernibed with pain, Longing In Tain. Ecu F. Oooau. March 23, 1840.; A I I I The Photographer, Kualjc, tho Famous Becker & Sen, the PonalarEr-cre- tt aad tho Jlcliublc Netr L'ajlaad Flauos, The Celebrated (Hough and Warren and the John Ohurch & do, Organs. nd1rlM0amUnlCA,9 "Uh M for i ' . '! ci i i "I Danville, - - - - Ky. S. it. & Z. J, COOK, Or ROSE K. n.A Pbillp,, V ct'Su. tera Bpulal Ag'ti, dj niCHAnKSfflei' Urt- n, for along time yet."-- N. Y. Mall. justice of the pece delivered the fol- lowing Curie to the jury in the trial of his first case: 'Jinllemen of the jury, charging a jury is a lw business to me, aa this ia my first cue. You bare heard all of the evidence as well as myself, and you hare also heard what the counsel fcr the plaint-i- d ha told you, If you believe it your verdict will be for plaintiff; but if on tbe other hand you believe what tbe couofol for the defense hse '.old yon, your verdict will be for the defeodaoi: but if you are like mrsvlf.nnd don't believe what either of them has told Toil, then I will be d d if I know what you will do Constable, take charge of thejurr." Mrs. Theodore Tilton ia descriped as a woman as she site lonely and heart-brokeand sews from day to day, buried in the ee elusion of a Protestant convent at Newark. Of her two daughters, one la living a stu dent's life in Switzerland, and tho other has found a home among friends in Chicago. New York Graphic. n Frames Made to Order. Jnn. J. m. Moore and James BeVi- vSi'.n '?S? '."." .M88le Holmes. Crab Oreh-irW.J. Landram and Mis Llxile Hna"-maLancaster, Ky. ljg.lyr J."i? w :, .! Eleven old ladles hold a tea party at Arcade, N. Y , the youngest being 71 years of age, tbo average 73 years and 2 months, and tbe eimblned ages 05; threo were over SO yean ; all bad been married and uiiiH wero widows. Buffalo Express. WM1W is rated ftt $150,000,' and is probably the richest man in America, the groat bulk o' hia property1 He married-a- . finnnlmlntr of real eitte. Charleston, 8. C, and Mis Qlbbi. of William Waldorf Astor, the ex Minister to Italy, is his only e in. The old gentleman is a liberal liver and aimewhat gouty.-- N. Y World A. woman in bound to have the last word Wnen tue editor of tbe Puan'ne remonstra ted with tha principal contributor to the p jet's c mier of his valuaple sheet, for writing on both sides of her paper, she quietly rstoriedt "Well, and don't you print on both sldea of votuaT" Tua photograph of Rameeea II, tho excavated Eryptlsn mouarob, who waa remarkable a few thousand vm" ago for hla opposition to the Jews, proves conclusively that he never w a handsome n man ss Judge John Jacob Astor OOO. ol tho Vauiahtn Ltdv Oat of a bs egg which grows grsdnallr email lure the ere of tha spectators', will bs produced tt'id fitfl. Hilton. Tne coming llluslou will bs the antl-pjd- ss lMr lollowinc notice in a Montana news paper is not ralcoUted to sooth the feelings of tho thief who stole Mr Sampson's bay mare. "The night of the 14th tost, a dark bay maro, 15 hands high, email white atar eion. in foruhead, bath hind feet white, ws eto'-e- o W M. O'Bryau, wife and son hare from the stable of Irt Simpaon, tho un returned home. Miss Florence Elmunds dersigned. I will give tbe mare and $50 left Sunday for Jjouissille, where she will in CAsh for full aud reliable particulars respend the holidays with friends. Mrs. El garding the funeral of the thief. That's wa-went to Louisville Friday Ut. J. ihe kind of a man I nm." H. Carson in Christnmlnz at home. Miss Barnard's comet, now visible in the L)ii James is back from a pleuant rislt to northern sky, promise to ba a tolerably Danville. H.Turner was in towu for the conspicuous object In the evenings at the first tirao in a long white Sunday. end of tho month. The fact of ita having Q'llle n brilliant eftilr was witnpsitd three tails, two of which are only visible hr the cit'x nof our town on Dec. JClh. through a telescope, implies .that the comet t'hli v .is the uiarrlaae of Mr. James L. is in prncfM of rapid disintegration and it Yaulls, ofGursrd, to Miss Mollio King, of (b quite possible that, like tbe mysterious this place, which was solemnized at the visitor. ducovtred by Bleluf'lt may never Bptlst ohurch by the Rev. G. W. Ysucer, appear again to cametary form of Gsrrard. The friends of the bride had beautifully decorated the church for tho The notorious Mrs.. Crawford, who pUved o:cti 1. Abivo tbe arch under which the so prominent a put in the Dilke scandal, enmedisnne htppr cuople Mood, was a white dote, the in goini: on tbo ug It atcr-ibird of Venus and tho mystic symbol can not ba denied tnat, according to some she Is fully d lorr; in its mouth was an olivo leaf, pre- tuodera idesofcW.truiilc saging a peaceful union. The bride waa equipped to take a leading "position 1n the.' hsndromely attired in blue cloth and tel profossiou. N. Y. Graphic. Th at vet, with bat trimmed (e match A Canada b keiper claim to have dU loudatt wer Mr. 0. T. Liyion auJ Mira ovmed thai the bw Htlng ,U used by the Judith Kinj; Mr. 0. 0. Robinson and Miss cells Vu'l inject "the formMisa Annie Holmes exe- worker to cap the Nellie Yantia the, honey. He cuted the wedding maroh, while Meier. J. ic aoid which nays It is for want of thia.acid that thu un W. Brooks and H. B Ferris seated tho behoney wfll not keep when taken holders, who filled the cburob to ita utmost capped from the hie. oapsclty, thereby teatifylug with what Jove and estiem Miss King wan held by tlwe Green's Electric OU cures all aches and pains, j who hva known her for so long. After For sale by McRobsrts A Stagg si 60c. the ceremony the bride and groom, atteod. Qreeu's Golden lialin, sure 'cure for Cstarrh at ed kj lliotr suite. Htarlel for tho groom's JOc, at McltobcrU 4 SisiB's-ds Tn 3FIVE COMMANDS! ChrUtmae Goods, W f Hardwares Farxning Ixnple znenis, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, DEALER IN- He wmmmwmm d mm u tra&iy - M m $ Tbou dtroct from New York City the nlceet and cheapest lot ever woods. brougnt to tbli neck of tbe Tbou shall bay the medicines from Bourne W. B. McKINNEY, '1 lletton: Bourne's goods are pure. Thy life Is JOHN BKIUHT, tno valutbleto be sacrificed because of Inert remItauen: Tbou shalt marrr soon , very soon. lteaaon: Tbe booso bone maiketh this a hard winter, ard Bourne's toilet article will make thee beautiful above thy Jellowe. (It thou dost not delre to marrr, tbou corf desire to be en-Ibecause of tny beauty. Thou ibslt go hunting and fishing. Bourne has tbe materials Thou sbslt hT8 a baby, a fiddle, an accordion, violin strings. lamps, frames, pictures, mirrors, warranted I ewelry. Bourne has Ihwi aid tbs finstt lot of candles over brought to Stanford. Thou Unit keep in mind that Pourno is tbe clcreruit man (except Ir. Cox) aud tbe boat man to deal with "Botes red, Tlolsta blue. shakespeire. Bourns' It tbe pi acs for you. In fact, the half ot bit glories and fine goods . hsTe not been told the. cl .hilt (to to BOURSE'S Burnt has jutt received for all thy eaen- MEills, &c. - ii k1 t ' A edies. H. C. KUPLEY, TAU.OBt. , . 'I Mi:itIIA.NT I hare received and still receiving - Wew,v.Goods for 1 Fall and Winter, K,XJ?IB'r- a Trial. . 51 Comprising the best In tho market, which will be Gotton Up in Stylo and Make Seoond to Hono m City or Country. Tin: TiumoucmimED Glvo Me 3r3C- - O- - HOLSWN FRIESIAN . BULL it 1 t, This fins Bull wllla'and IbeVason nov'om.' mpncedal tny ttable'on tbe 1ncatter Pike', one half mile from btanford Court Uoute, a ft 3, tha season, wt'h Ihe prltllegeol breeding tho oownn-t- il tncow proves In calf. Monoy due when cow Is first served. Marquis of AdttlnVa sire, Herbert, his sir Imported Apollo and Vim Imported cloutneru Beau- Maiquls of Adtlene' dam, Adeline, bet sire Imported. Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady Fisher, For furiaerpirtlcultrt as to pedigree ace H.-I II 11 Tnitl'ia Tory fine young Bull from a celebrated family ot milkers Including tha cow Kcno, tbe grtaUttof turdayi ber ouer baring r(uod fU,-00- 0 for ber, cattle bare, taken tbs Tbe Uoliteln-FnUla- n the hiutly, and a C)on with lead as the beat tbebhorthoru produces a very Hue annual. I will buy all lbs ual calves begotten by this Bull at good pi let del vered at weaning time. i MA2KIUIH OF AUEI.IIa'E. " Wall Paper, Furniture, Si l y M r Jr jKAijifj f V y t,' t r prere(' Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stool of the above and prices as low as the lowest. K fr ''7 m l'Q-- tl IF. U . aUbtttiK. cuntoU,Ky, B K. WEAKER Stanford. i I i 9 A'f ' tail mia i mmi mtw r9ktmnttmuMMimnfwwwvwm-m-- Col. Breckinridge has recommended "Woods' proposed calibration U thus Todd for postmaster at Cynthi mentioned by the Offeniboro Atcssengtr: Ml. MillieTn.1,1 has held the office for 8 Mtia l,Tbe Frankfort Capital tuggests that we 0 000th years. She U a first cousin of Mn, Breckget up a erand celebration for the experience the 1886 anniversary of Adam in 1090. II the good inridge. Alter Mr. Willis' to fiuht shv of rocommend- ncht pa i Dr. Sl-S!lttUl!8ntaiorlD- ... Stanford. Ky., - December 24, w. e P. WALTON. SIX PAGES, W U m ! I ? ? n a ? ri' r k A I. for tho twelfth time to Christ-ma- s seed our readers and patrons merry greetings. The joyous season is again nnnn II. unit the VQUDC BfB lOOKloC M food and their anticipations are It to It remember as happr m a bright and were some thirty years ago. It Is a ours season of holiday and festival that new grows old, and even among those who hare grown to look upon the day as another on the short jonrney swift p B'trg mile-pos- t of life, It i not without Its delights, if not of mesint realitition, of bright memo- .:., ..k.T, nf ihi lima when ther too were young and i'e and all it. pM.tDiu.ie. ,, before them, They erpy ue season seeing those uiey iove In memory and in pass the same happy moment., which were once so delightfully theirs, it age, tonrmisen awarorea ties and cares of life bare ta this enjoy ment, God pity them, out we nope t.,t ..,Ki. ta fw in the " aa iwin" -i . world. Ef en those can, however, expert.,.. u .. ik. rtntnral nromlse. . CBCg utuium titch hat. it is more blessed to rIto than of to receive, and add to the happiness token of resome poor heart by gWing some membrance and appreciation to it. Let u. all do what we can to contribute to the happiness of those with whom we come in contact, and in our enjoyment of the good things that God has given us, let us not forget the poor who are always with us. These are pretty hard times on them and we who have an abundance will feel all the better by giving them of our store, Lst us remember too that we are celebrating the grandest and most glorious event that has ever or can over bo vouchsafed to man, the birth of the Savior of the world, ani act is as becomes such occasions. Certainly it not the time for drunken revelry, if there is ever a time for it, and the man who thinks he neda must get drunk because it is Christmas, deserve, to have it said of monhim lhat he has descended from the compliment, of the key. Extending the season to all who shall read these lines, we commend the words spoken on the birth that wo now celebrate: Joy on earth, pence and good will to men. Ills our pleasure to-d- ay " """ la ., " - munds believes it would tend to corruption to give back to the president the right of removal. It tends very much more to corruption to have the removal depend on the joint action rf the President and a majority of the Senate. The great safeguard Reagainst corruption is responsibility. to one is much more definite, sponsibility .trinpent and effective than responsibility to any more than one, who must agree before Responsibility toward thing can be done. the President on the one hand and of Senators on the other amounts to two-score Tns Now Sork lima says that Mr. Ed- very little. reviewing the late decision of tho case, Court of Appeals in the Cornellton Cincinnati Commercial has a scathing the inarticle on the infamous act in which it theory of murder inclines to Mrs. Reed's stead of suicide, owing to thecircumstancea in the room and the fact that Cornellson was seen coming from that office, where was Judge Rsid with no other soul near, which icdica'.eB Ithit Cornellson finding that his tntendod assassination of Judge Reid's life or prospects had failed, went there and completed his work. A handful of republicans, who think they can'catch the prohibitionists with any kind of a bait, met in etcret conclave at Lexington Friday and adopted some resolutions, framed to catch the nwary, but If they are as wise aa serpents a and ss harmless as dove, they won't be caught b7 such chaff. That High Priest o Prohibition, Judje Fontaine T. Fox, Jr., saw into their little game and let the cat out of the bag, bo thatthe wayfaring man, even though he be a fool, need not be trapped with soft solder. T)mvn in Hopkins county, where pronl bltion haa been voted, the citliens who court Its enforcement have organized a the of inquiry, wboee duty it is to see that executed. They have al- t. f.ittifnllT Ik f , : high-Boundi- ! 1 iJPi fa-v- zz.::zim j. . i.. ..1 t L.t AHA ft.11 ft W hnftd I i & Mo r& (V uwi uu... prohibition snau oe iubui, iu Such a commmltte ought the count. to be formed here. Judge ConNELison has been debarred by Cooper from practicing in his court, Dlie in his ecease he caught him in a fquare him off the bench. But this effort to Hvuar is won't hurt the bloody fiend much, that if years' be is forced to undergo the three he has so richly earned and which the Court of Appeals sajB he must. ' Wrrn his usual conservatism and Grand Master Powderly has ,tl..ltha Knichta ol tanor w nave or any io do rlth the condemned k.- - unirehiats and to steer clear of any . pun-ishmef, . n .; " political alliance. voters Tuebe were only a little over 600 msjor-itLetcher at the last election, a big la them f them republicans, yet 50 of indicted for eelllog their voter, bave been 100 inCircuit Court just closed found y Tke dictments In all. taokypem iiva i f" tii- - n 10. ...... y i 07 .iiniha in . .L. - . the Ken mil nt J rainviu .a... ;f.utn!'- '!" with renublioan proclivities. A new counterfeit silver dollar Is out, and Is so perfect in weight and ring as to let-tdeceive experts. Its only defect Is the We Trust," "d In the motto "In God which Is so slanted aa to appear almost is an like an Italic letter. The false coin Droducllon The authorities at Iticnmono, va., have been informed by the dying wife of Richard Bhlnnlck, who kept a srloon in sevthat city, but sold out and went west she saw her husband eral months ago, that murder and rob a man about a year ago a ......t. kL irai under the floor. It is thought that tho man murdered was an of. Smp Irnm tiUUDlOD. a.r.int Vmm in -resaru to the tanu ....."! iRniiA rfarm means wltn me ., .tmnl r1tf to the treasury by avoid ". ,, J, I but a relief to the pcopleby - " --- y "J " . "".r" ,, " "" on the necessaries of life. HUSTON VILLE. UHCOLN COUNTY, -reduction In the In . . member or There is no note of preparation hete It u tM hht th9 ToaDgt anufacturers is a fraud. The . r want u lhat whlch for special celebration of the 25th, except q . . la a Hogg. There are a number " .. of bo8 n the body and this one might of the Government in the uaaal display of toys and trinkets. . . have his appellation changed to rigg to Mr. 8. Gann, one of our new cltittas, a better distinguish him. THil.nassed by the man over CO year, of age, was .. -rumlint. and tntenaea to thrown from a wagon by a frightened team ..p.t,r.iioriiT nriire " h7organillon ol Xnlgnta of La. and falling backward, sustained serious in prerenl t. Is renorted that Matt Gross, brother bor assemblies among farm hands, has been jary. A collar-bon- e was broken and sever of Marshal Gross, haa drawn $30,000 in a i.j ..t.rail hv the House Judiciary al severo contusions received, while It isrelottery. Committee, which postpones the mailer un- feared that the shock to his system may Wcrth A New Orleans rail til the next session. The discussion oi .no suit disastrously, The Fort road haa been sold to C. P. Huntington for measure baa created much excitement The Iktbrior Joursu. never grows annual $546,000. among the colored people, who are never old. At each return of the great appropriate $2.000,OW wlta happier than when becoming member of festival it renews lU youth and plumes A bill to again its tlrelese wing, soaring anew for Imwhich to build a government prison is be some "society." fore the House. JohnBkeen, an old man who lived mortality. Generations may pias away; by dvnutlea mav chanse: star, may be obliter destroyed by fire Thirty houses were near Campbellaville, wound up a epree Texas, all residences, and val-ue- d attacking his wife with a stick of stove ated from the heavens, and earthquakes in Galveston, and rock the solid globe, but, confident in Its at $100,000. wood and beating her over the head The Louisville Bouthern Exposition face until it is Boppssed he thought he had Integrity and Imperturbable in itspurposs, and the sonsy sheet still utters Its voice of and the Louisville Fair Association have killed her. He then got a shot-gubankruptcy. of his head and fired, cheer, Its maxims of morality, its warnings gone into placed it to the aide The house has passed a bill to appro- blowing the side and top of hie head off. of wisdom, its rebukes against iniquity. priate $60,000 for the erection of a public With his brains scattered about tho room Long may its banners float upon the breeze; in the bolldlny at Owensboro. the man lived for an hoar after the shot its untarnlihed ahield be foremost, A Chiestro fool attempted to eat SO was fired. Skeen was about 60 years old fray, and lU burnished lance be seen batquails in as many days, but broke down on and was a worthle-- s character. He had no tling boldly for the righll I have been recalling recently some of the 28th and is now very ill. children. the memories of pedagogical life during a merchant and postmasKing, who murdered a railroad Ieham John 8hearer, conductor on the Cincinnati Southern, was ter at Red House, Madison county, who, it somewhat protracted experience. As the Intimate conspiracies anu given a life sentence at Williamsburg. k alleged, haa been criminally shot and wiles and the tricks, theschool boy loom was Thomas D, Mar-cuthe average com plots of It was not Editor with the wife of Taylor Rice, brother but a distant relative who killed by the two sons of the latter 8unday up from the mists of the past, I feel that sym-mth- v was sent to the penitentisry tor murder. night. Rice had recently left his wife on the conscientious teacher merits the support of every right-min- d5 of educa- account of her intimacy with Shearer. He and At Nebraska City the board tion proclaimed a holiday so that the pub- entered the bouee and by mistake got into citizen, while the successful teacher should lic school children could attend a murder the room of Alex, and Taylor Rice, who wear at least a civic crown in honor or bis trial. aroused by the noise. Shearer opened tact and skill and Indomitable pallsnce. It post. were firing four Is a little remarkable, too, that there his MIsa Todd has been fire on them with a revolver, muter at Cynthiana and Mary McAtee has shots, none of which struck either of them been but little change during 50 yean in Bards-tow- n. a pistol the material of which our schools are combeen confirmed to the eame office at The boys returned fire, one with gun posed. Changes have been effected in aldouble-barreleand the other with a During the year the Jewish population loaded with buckshot. All of their shot, most everything else. Old systems in polifell tic-, art, science, cmtoms, ueages, have beof the U.S. was increased by 27,338 emitook effect in Shearer's body, and he room, come old and been Improyed or superseded, grants. dead before the fire in the family The Elytown Land Company, of Bir- which he entered trying to escape from the but the school boy is still the same. Ula mingham, has declared dividends of 135 volley of lead being fired at him. The one idea, which seem, to have been transper cent, of its capital during 1886, amount-in- g boys delivered themselves up and were mitted with his blood from tho remotest to $680,000, generation, is that the teacher is bis enemy on their examining trial. Gov. Aleer. of Michigan, sends as a and is to be circumvented and thwarted OANULLE. BOYLE COUNT t. personal Christmas gift to each of the sev his authorltv icnored and his efficacy de eral charitable institutions of the state ms fine oil paintings by MUs stroyed by eyery embryo lover of human -S- everal at liberty. It was my purpose in alluding lo check for $100 to $200. Webb, an art teacher, are on exhibition The entire town of Vilona, Uaulkner Curry's drug store. this sublect to record some reminiscences of county. Ark., was burned Monday night, Muelcal Comedy Com- - school experience, but do not know where The Rentfrow eyery basinets house being simultaneously Tuesday toboeln. This much, however, can ue pany exhibited to a good house S9t on fire. The total loss is about $150,- with pride to a long list night. It was over an average entertain said: I can point 000. known of yore and fondlv remembered as , . MtQaade.ofNew lork, ment. g oincH as ., ... U.II Mr. Graham, of Sampter, H. 1 , is in former pupils, and tested unuo recently lound gumy oi accepuuK buying that class of stock known as friends. in the Broadway Surface railroad matter, town opened in force early in Tho horses." He shipped a car-lowas sentenced to 7 years imprisonment and "Southern the week; and as there is no municipal law to his home to day. t) pay a fine of $5,000. near nor parental restraint to interfere with A freight train jumped the track a -- Col. George W. Nortbrup, south of their orgies, there is a fsir prospect that the residence of Col. J. T. Fackler, a prominent this morning; no one they may get up a grand illumination by 1 o'clock member of the Knights Templar, has gone town, at incinerating our little old wooden town. damage done. hopelessly iniane and has been placed In hurt and but little son of John iiaggm, which Is as InfUmmableas acargoofcottoni T.mHatrcin. tho asylum at Anchorage. Perryvilie, and who had Can'e our zsalou. reformers spare an hour The reDubllcan Senatorial entries in who lives near diphtheria for several weeks, to devote to a riddance of this moat pestif New York are Warner Miller, LeviP.Mor been ill with by He was about 20 years erous nuisance? Cin they not attach, ton and Frank Htscock, the chances being died yesterday. vv of encrossed rider to some of their phil in the order named, though Morton is press old. for Bun-da- y anthropic legislation a provision for the There will be a Christmas tree ing Miller, the present Senator, closely. church, a oppression of pyrotechnics, conducted by school children at Trinity Tne prisoners in the jail at Iisxington, and similar irresponsible anu recxiees panier, m uur sentenced- - Co bo banged cantata at the Christian cbuich led by Tuck Agee, any linger the other churches, all door yards. By the way, does March 5th, made an unsuccessful attempt entertainments at of a former generation remember ing relio to escape. They had prepared to scale the on Christmas eve. mode of celebrating Christmas Judge R. J. Breckinridge made a the ancient together. walls by means of blankets tied Tho first granl act of this week, but is in Kentucky? Under the Dow law' the 12.000 liquor brief visit to St. Louts preparation for the holiday week, was the legislative matsaloons in Ohio will pay into the public now back attending to that D. aggregation of a tremendous wood-pila way that counts. Hon. John ter in treasury an annual tax of more than Congressman, is in we didn't burn coal much then at eacti For 40 years there has been "free White, the homeatud. OI courae hogs had been kill trade" In that thriving branch of Ohio bus- - town. corn housed, turkeys fattened, nnts Miss Mary Duke, daughter of, Col. ed, tita.a gathered, apples stored and elder pretty M'm -- ' Wm. Duke, of this placo, who was Injured ? well hardened. Every house in the neigh -- . nMn., t Milwaukee, was sentenced to 30 by an accident on the Missouri Pacific rail labor for the road something over, a year ago, haa ob- borhood had made provision for the enter dajs imprisonment-a- t guests. At 0 o'clock publication of a poem refleoting on the in tained judgment of .$5,000 at Independence, talnment of fortuitous p. m. saturnalia eenerally commenced by a tegrity of the court in the recent trial or Mo., where the case was recently tried. artillery delivered In clooe proxim- Mrs. H. G. Sandifer and her little salvo of the riot cases. of the room in which William Mustfoll, the murderer of daughter, Katie, have returned from Indi- Ity to the wlndova under the famllv were ammbled. Instantly the Daniel Chrlstman, who was arrested near anapolis, where the latter has been af-tdoors wera thrown wide open andahcsrtr Greenfield, Ind., and taken to Etton, O, medlcaf treatment. Tbev will go back hoildayilt Mr. B.T. Phillips went Invitation to enter accorded. Little time jail by u mob and the was forcibly take irom spend Christmas with was spent in ceremony. Refreshments were hanged at one of the principal buiiness to Newport hsndeil round with cordial hospitality. corners o( the town. friends. v, V a college a(udcnt Timid youths and blushing beinly tx defaulting Congressman Rted, the Mr. J. M. Walton, ; signals ol rustic North Carolina Congressman, is' said to who took the Bophmore prue last year, chanced the and then the young men of the house, each have one to Canada, with no Intention of . fiBaiold watch, went to the how Tubs J ms irusiy uim-iocjuiueu - -- on the provided witn returning to the United States. .- cot- - for'nlght andjCfthls-wMcthe proceeded to the House ,able and the door of his room open, J.WU the band and stltuents, it is said, will petition Dceneat the nearest favored domicile. There rM'.es coming in soon aiier f vi. to declare his seat vacant. keep it a visitations were looked for with peculiar & Co., of Richmond and concluded to take the watch and W. S. Queen interest. To bo omitted from the program mo reaimB o Mt. Sterling, assigned ta J. R. Barnatn for while for a Joke and afraid' nla watch nf the rovsterlna visitants was a sentence of he benefit of their creditor?. The liablli-11- Mr Walton was much Wednesday' evening ostracism from "Owd society," and the are not vet kriown. The stock at had been stolen until most marked insult that could be offered Richmond is estimated at $5,000 and the when l"ft boys gave it back. general Greuory. traveling saies to anr rural homestead. The raid Ml.n5ar L. one at Mt. Sterling at $7,000. ly continued until after midnight, guiumg Tk In,. R ftkn nmnh.ll .! m.n f?TMp.. Lucas & Co , Louisville, and recruits at eyery bouse, occasionally dropa. yerdict finding that neither Miss Attfe Dunn, daughter of I. M. Dunn, returned .- nr.... concur, wero .. a. v ,. , I. t iv an n pun aw ping out at a convenient barn some ex jjorti nor i.avuaiin was cuiiit 01 me oiihii whom the cider had membar, .Ill, oktuh )),. nin nhatiuil Tl! n!nk at R n'nlnntr. RlV. O. A, BirtholO hauated too hard for disbinding In good and. proved ,. . nr the Christian church, officiating. -- ,,. . , 11' nr(1i. In 'oapi'Tryrt(r - A . ill fr' -- It ,1 f V. V.x Ttro-- l a: !i er doctor will pardon us wo tblnic tnai none O' us will be Ablo to be there and raieo Ciln, the suggestion is not worth Adam, Still if the Doo gets up his celebration we would like to Noah 'bout It in time. The President Is In earnest in hie effort to help the deserving colored men who have always been democrats and feu Bint in ,k. ..mmi ilma the nomination on n xr.nkuw.. to bs Recorder of Deeds for the District of Columbia. Mat. thews is a colored man from Albany, N. Yn and was appointed to succeed Fred Doug las, the nomination being rejected by the Senate The Richmond Herald put a quietus on hv ths JJanTUIe .1. .Ill- . . a . wnttA tnr it . mat ojnawr rT...t. ..v-inoune , icm i.. nnkitatitna . r, ., . . - ' t ik. hnruinf " rv.tni i .i.ina f. t... ... ..lad " - i.i. . " ' r.w " "los. " m to Micon, Ga1( where the will make their home until spring, Mr. Gregory's buiinefs being in the South, Mr. Sam WeMcrfUld and MUs Haste Bower, and Mr. Divld L'onard and Miss Anna Cloyd obtained marriage llccntes on the 20th. The latter couple were married by Judgo Leo In the clerk's office. Mr. Ben W. Durham, of Junction City, and MUs Bie Irvine Hays, daughter of Mr. Samuel Hays, were married Wednesday evening by Rsv. R. II. Caldwell at the roildenca of the bride's father. Mr. James H. Swope and Miss Marv Jcsile Ring, daughter of the late Rsv.S H. King. obtained marriage licente htre on Wednesday and were married on Tnursday by Rev. O. A. Birlholomew, at the home of the bride's mother, In Lincoln county. Mr. Swope and bride will spend a few days In Laxlngton, the guet or his after which they brother. Oil. A. M.8-JOPwill return to their home in Lincoln cjua- ty. Mr. Hugh Cjomer and Mies Sarah Bilev were married Thursday at the home of ths bride's father, P.M. Btey, RiT. O. A. Birlholomew also oDlslatlng at this marriage. OKtnty, they will 3. ik Bisplay - OF - CHRISTMAS - AT - GOODS T. R. WALTON'S, Cor. Main and Somerset Sts. i ...tu .. i.Ln,.! " ,... ""'"""Zr' .iBiiiiw-i o..,. nik I am now ready with a full and splendid assortment Trix, embracing of Christmas ' Pretty Toys, Delicious Candies, Tropical Fruits, All kinds of Nuts, Freshest Cakes, &c. ALL AT REASONABLE 1 n m's PRICES. If you fail to see these goods before purchasing you will certainly regret it. Please bear in mind that the following goods are also in stock, and that they are as nice and fresh as you could wish: d .... lUe-lon- ad fire-fien- Citron, Layer and Seedless Raisins, Currants, Figs, Prunes, Mince Meat, Macaroni, Cheese, Oat Meal, Hominy, Beans, 1 Krout, Honey, Butter and Soda Crackers, and Canned Goods in Great Variety And while you are buying Christmas Goods, don't forget that he has all e 00 the NECESSARIES OF LIFE - 'ovo-maklup- -- All of which are as goqd, and perhaps a little better, than can be found anywhere else. t 1 a, .-- 3u m WALTON f Satcixi-Corca- u '4 Cor. Main and Somerset Streets, DKLy. Cleric. .... .... ..., ... iuiei ? ja 'i MinK JIAUDIN, Luto of Montloollo. 4MB . , c ' i igfr emt - xUiit Jlibt m eekl' . tiitfio t flnfna & 3 NO. 188. it C"r VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1886. M 'V We have concluded to adopt the--- - ifI i i i : CASH SYSTEM ON AND AFTER THE 1ST OF JANUARY 1887, Believing when we do so that we will make it ADVANTAGEOUS both to ourselves and our CUSTOMERS. It will enable us to SAVE INTEREST on money we are COMPELLED TO BORROW to pay our city accounts; it will enable us to DISCOUNT all our city accounts; it will enable us to sell our customers iii H :'! GOOD GOODS AT A MUCH CLOSER MARGIN Than they ever bought them for in this market before; it will enable us to very materially REDUCE OUR ACTUAL EXPENSES. We will not have to charge such LAKGE PROFITS on goods in in order to make off of our GOOD CUSTOMERS what we lose on our bad ones. In fact we will be able to SAVE A GREAT s - DEAL OF MONET IN THIS WAY . r .'- -' That we will use to the advantage of our trade. We will be amply repaid, by b NOT HAVING TO WORRY AND FRET OVER OUR BOOKS And having the mortification of always running about dunning our slow paying customers. is our home and we are going to stay, consequently , You well know this OUR MOTTO IS "LIVE AND LET LIVE t ?' I 'I 4 We very gratefully thank our friends who have so freely patronized us in the past and sincerely hope you will do v : so in the future. If you are a judge of goods and prices ALL WE ASK OF JOU IS, GIVE US A And we wiir convince you we have your interest at stake as well "We are Most Sincerely, o V patronage, :4 j ' SQUARE TRIAL Again thanking you for your liberal : n as. own. f "Tp A (, .. ' OWSLEY & CRAIG, Stanford, Ky. A ' ' ii ..j - ;u ---- . oov' ??? .btotfkjijlliiUj -- " iJ U..-m- ,t. '""' .. ae 5tiu-38teU- e fl 1 I t P i i !i 14 ' lC 'y ft s'M "Tho first part of EKubbe Is Is very dim-Nitgraver still on Saturdays, no gated steadily era, breathed ita pointing breath oyer the I said, venturing to look up. at my paper as ho dUcmeed It, and discussed and many of it inhabitants withered town There was a strnngo, quick littlo twinklo It as though In a dream. Ho no longer way. Ia 1853 the plague waa renewed, tor a momont In his eyes as ho glanced at mo; thought mo flippant, and conceited, and tot his lips did not stnllo. December 24, 1386 causing many new graves to bo made In the tried to euro mo. He no longer thought of Stuford. Ky "In tho nost question," he said, slowly, meat all churchyard. A beloved uncle waa carried "you confuse or seem to confuse two It was only at tbo end ot tho term that hs off bv its second visitation. Persona visit thing, tho constitutions and tho asslso ot set aside his crfunctory tutor manner. P. WALTON. ing Crab Orchard bow bo doubt think it but Clarendon a slip, perhaps!" "Aro you going homo, Mlas ChrystaH" h Ho was looking steadily aad calmly at mo, naked mo hosltaUriflly. a little scalawag village, but tell ma what waiting. For tho first time In my life I felt "Yos. Not at onco though. For a wcok or place woutd not become macerated or imall and young and meek. X forgot that I two I am going to stay with Claudia Miss Leoaewhat stunntd by disease and calami- was 19, and no longer a schoolgirl. I was Harrison, I mean. Then she will come homo overwhelmed with a sense of my own IgnotT? rn 1815 a great oonQigration laid ia with me," rance. "No It was not a slip," I said. "Conashes the best part of the town. Both "I may bo spending ray holidays near you. stitutional history Is quite quite now to Perhaps possibly we may moot each other." eldes of Main street for a quarter of a mile e." "Oh yes, very possibly." I aald. And sudwas baraed, Including nearly all the busi-see- s "SoI had gathored from your paper," ho denly I felt light hearted at tho thought of Something about this Old Town of old quietly. a blaskened waste, houses. It raado holidays. There was a littlo pause, and I His very gravity and qulotncsa seemed liko rose Eastern Lincoln. and hold out my hand. where showy shopi and capacious ware-housbitterest aatlro. Ho said ho did not grasp mr Devonshire, Is It not!" once stood. From this hurricane theory hero did not follow my argument ho"Itlisomowhsrolii sold. in 18G1 there. And I had no theory I could Its CIiarActtrislcs ana Its Inhabitants. like blaz) it norer recovered, and "Wliatr not follow my own argument Ho grow more another completed what Its predecessor had "Your homo." gravo and quiet and slow. Tho lump In my placo "Yos. Axctown Quite a left; and the railroad earning a lew years ITS PAST AND ITS PRESENT. throat grew larger ovcry moment. If I had on tuo coast uavo Cast frlcniU littlo Mr. you there, later drew from it nearly all of ita commer been brought up lit a family ot girls I Tudor P -To the Editor ot tho'.Interlor Jouraahi should havo burst Into tears before him. I .' cial importance. belleve- -I "No," he said, sat still and looked at my brown fingers believe tho fishing doubtfully. "I In a Christmas edition of the Interior But dlspite thou misfortunes Crab OrIs good P And It did not clasping ono another, and answered briefly. a year or two ago, I noticed quite chard was ot left wholly destitute of atJottRHAL strike mo as strengo that ho should bo going At last he pushed back his chair a littlo, to a placo In which ho had no friends, and of a racy article upon the history of Lincoln traction.' "Mora than fifty years ago her and gave mo my papor folded. which, he did not know tho namo and county. eounty, especially that relating to Btanrord springs of miner-- l waters were opened up, "You will have to read very steadily, Miss But I did not tell tho girls what he had told Chrystel." portion. Very little has and the celebrity of them going far and and the western ran, It was only nt tho end of my visit to I said, In a small volco. "Yes," Claudia that I broko tho nowa to her.' I broko ever been written roncerning Crab Orchard near, has brought viaitora from many1 sec"For some months." It casually. and the east end, which, It eeeras to me, is tions, and there have not been wanting en"Yea," I said again. "Hocamo for tho flahlng,"I said. "And "The rest of tho class aro far ahead ot aa rich in data aa any part of the county, terprising men to make suitable accommofather ami tho boys seem accldently to you." in this paper to furnish earns dations for them. Around these springe, and I propose havo come across him." "Yea yes I know," I said. "Novcr mind, said Claudia. facta and details, partly historical and which are virtually in the town, a magnifi no seemed to have nothing moro wholeuKo, It docs not matter, I said, resignedly. partly romantic, which trust will contain cent pile of buildings have arisen , and Crab somely humiliating to say to mo; and I But Claudia was sympathetic next day ta our citfx3ni. understood that tho Interview might end, something of interest Orchard Springs are now resorted to by nndrosotogo. Ho rov, too, immediately. when we arrived at Axctown llaat. In a In civinc a sketch of a particular ceotlon people from evory Bute. Btaides the Host ot Our lecturers nodded at us and sat short fortnight Mr. Tudor had mado groat Is usually el country, or n township, it the theatre for Springs, was a still. Mr. Tudor conceded something to my strides toward friendship with all at homo. mnttorr 1 said. Ho had found favor with father and tho to bsjin with a tnpjjrapblcil de- blooded etcck of tho Blnegrws Rogion. obody nnjwered mo. No answer, iudecd, girlhood, ho iood when I stood, and re Ansmnd the Trumpet Call, toys; his hotel was coin forties? and ho demained standing as ho continued to speak to of it, but this U not necessary, Hither came the rich turfmen with their scription serted it frequently. He came and wont at Rev. J. G. Wood, the well known Eng was iieedeL At that moment our kcturor mo. He threw out a crumb ot praise as the fine racers to teat when tho locality is eo their speed. Many rec lish writer on natural history, relates the pawed us again aud went back into "Your style is clear," he said. "When you all hours, laughed and smoked with tho boys, the lecturo room. He had como up tbe and talked sensibly like aaold friend with one I hare chosen Jo bring before you. ords, surpassed perhays by few of latter following true story in his recent book on stairs behind mo ho must uavo heard tne. Ho deal with subjects within your grasp when father. ' He was more hronxed than over; for deyou do not get out ot your depth your stylo The source from which Crab Orchard days, were made here, but soemod to glance my way as ho passed. Tbero a fortnight ho had been (Uhlng and rowing tbe horse. ia eWr decidedly. Not on altogether histori"The iptlt Is broke, tae chirm Is fl jwn." rives its name is obvious in the appellation cyoa. and walking with energy. Ho laughed as I "Same years ago an elderly gentleman soemed to bo a twinkle in his gray-blu- e cal style, but lucid." formerly coyer-iKentucky'y thoroughbreds run on other The girls movod slowly away, but I turned itself. Its present site was I felt that, on tho whole, hlsblamobad had "Wine times nirjwcted he could laugh; he leaving to his widow all his property, precipitately mid lied. died, had left his tutor manners behind him with with a dense thicket of crab apple trees ground, and the once gay track of Crab been less staid hone. It eo Past tho lecture room door, along tho cor- held open humiliating than this his praUn. Ho cap and gown. Suddenly now, at tho end of inhabitants, bavins something Orchard, now, never feels the shock of the including an old and tho door for me, and shook hands nd its first a fortnight, ho had grown tired ot fishing happened thst there was a review in the ridor, utHUIra I flod, to my own little room gravely, Ith a quiet smile. f the old Roman cuitoai of naming things flying courier's fest. It was owned former and of lonely booting and walking. Ho who was ptudy, Doitcbambor and rccoptiou roun), "Good afternoon," ho said. very appropri-xtel- y ly by Mr. Henry Farris, but I understand neighborhood, and the old lady, near the sky. haunted our houo; hosvemvd to bo always from characteristic features, "Good afternoon," I repllod, and I fled. ntone deaf, drove over to see it. During Perhaps, after all, I thought, trying to Claudia was sympathetic calls the place Crab Orchard; a name has lately been Bold to Col.J.W. Quest. A The girls had Invaded ray study and were where I was. tbe maneuvers a regiment of cavalry pae comfort myself, he had not heard me. My lazily stretched on my bed and window soat And, somehow, I felt traitorous when I reX still retains, tho the wealth of bitter fruit little money mixed with that noted turfceived her sympathy. ed her and as they did so the trumpe'er voice, alas) was clear as a bell; I was au only and rug waiting for me. lias long since vanished and the pioneers man's influence may make It what it was It was a still, warm summer evening a day instrument some signal which girl in a family of boys- -a spoiled girl who blew on his "Welir they said. had never been tangbt to bo mock and silent who first beheld it baye many years ago once. At Crab Orchard, too, nearly every I sat down beside Claudia on the hearth or two after our arrival. We were la the she from her deafness did not hear. Tbe in the presenoo of her brothers a talkative tossigned their bones to their last resting yeir was a celebration, picnic or barbecue rug and tore my paper Into email drawing room down stairs, aad the Preach horse, however heard and understood tie girl who bad learned to make herself heard In atoms and burned corrected hate him," I said, windows were ojen wide. Father was showthem. "I lace. Where the first Battlement was made in honor of eomebodr or some event, aa f trumpet call. Old aa he was he sprang cfl any Babel of louder and gruffbr voices. But poking the Are vigorously and pushing the ing Mr. Tudor some views ot places abroad here is not known, nor are there any f reo that in honor of Gen. Hudson's election in perhaps h had been thinking toning at full speed, galloped.into the ranks, and meditating on tho Mark system,not li l by Jury, smoldering paper Into the flames "I hate where bo had been stationed at duTsraat times. Suddenly, on tha still air, came a trial trds to show viia first erected a house with 1840, or tho "Hancock and English" jolli put himrelf in line with perfect accuracy Ho him conceited! He thinks vote or the disruptlvo tendency of fcudnl govern- mo horrid' thinks mo to 1m from tho garden. Claudia was coming Ho tries preteat limit. Col. William Y, bit-le- ficatinn in 1SS0. Individuals from far and in iU satirical becauso Tho signal lochargo ia then given, end ment. But no, said the girls, hn must havo he thinks m- - pa.Ti J up. lie Uughs at tuo I up tho Kith with my brother George. one cf Kentucky 'rf moat noted pioneers, near came to hear ttie eloquence of Ken "And that is the story," she said. off went the horse with his ccmrades. Tbe heard; there was no doubt whatever that ho saw it in his cy more th-- n once always hod heard me. in 1770 or '77 settled near toe headwaters tucky and piitlcipate ia the enthusiasm. every tlmo I looked at him. I said I said he "It doesut accm quite a modest thing old lady shrieked and dragged at the reins Tho girls wero as happy as usual They of Cedsr Creek, about two miles west of Not long ago the decayed remains of the blushed I aald ho thought ot mo as a girl I to say a man bltuhea when you s peak to him to no ourDose. Where the regiment wtnt could contemplate tbe situation tranquilly; said alio baa never been liappy in hU he blttihod because I spoke to him. And Poor Cist Orchard. Uta settlement he called il tg pole that upheld the stars and stripes Crab the hone weal; whea it wheeled he wheeled It even aironlod ibsta amusement; they found be desphns ma And he will never, never for- pnweftc since. He will (xU her holidays. twual-l- y Whitley's Station, aod being on the of the Harrison triumph were taken from Wa try to praise his sometimes, but as for charged he charged, dragging something humorous in ray discomfiture. It get." was I, aot they, whom he had overheard. traveled route to Virginia, it became a the squsre ia the presence of a wondering and when it And there I forgot that I belonged to a CU, she will never say anything good of him, mistress after him his expostulating Wo uat in a half circle on tbe floor family of boys whsra no oae ever wpt, and Ska really dlsUkea hlra bow." man atanding by station of considerable importance. It was throng. A white-hairebefore the fire that night in our burst Into sudden tears; aad Claudia, Nell "That's a pity," said Oeorge, "for Tudor-p- oor through tbe whole of the maneuvers. s, So you see soon explained the mystery. sot composed of cabins, protected bf beggar u ia love with her." "After the review wis over the officers pretty bright drewlng gowns, and drank and LotUa fell to comforting raa. like other settlements, batcousisted that Crab Orchard is more a place of resort cocoa and ate sweet biscuits before goI do Bot think father had heard; ha was As the weeks want on I grew more and crowded round the old horse, who evident ing to bed. I was boated. The study, the in China, I did t a large brick balldlne, laid to be the tVaa of baeine&r; but hera of late iu trade ly had belonged to the cavalry, and offered little tin kettle uinglng on the bob, the blue mora convinced that I- - hated and always engrossed Intophotographs Tudor. I do sot look at Mr. should hate Mr. Tudor that ha thought mo not venture in Kentucky. It still stands in an ii reylving and It ia to be hoped that the irtt one a verv hleh price for him. ia order to make and white china, the cocoa, the sweet biscuits, young, ignorant, stupid, flippant, spoiled and think, that be looked at raa. But an anecdote excellent state of preservation, an object of coming year, ushered in by prohibition will were all mine. We four friends gave cocoa conceited, that he despised ray intellect, re- which father was relating was bow to us a regiment pet of him The offsrs, howwhen be told It again next day. partias In turn. Tomorrow Claudia wonder to those who know of its historical see iU site still more improved. In the Harper's Young Peo provide tho feast. Yesterday Nell hadwould membered my foolish speeches and always ever were refaeed." been would remornb?r them. HU eves had a war It was an hour or two later that wa found aieoeUtian, It belongs now to Mr. 8teph- - summer, when the springs are in full blast, pie. ourselves aloua together. But Oeorge'a words hostess. Cocoa was tbe chief dissipation of of twinkling when he looked at bw and looked Pennington, haylngjpessed from its or- It ia the gayest aad fairest place ia ail We gave "cocoas as our away were ringing la any brain st41L It seemed oar1 college. iginal owners, the Whitlevi. It Is antique Christendom. Tne Porkpacker'a strike has called atten -- brothers gave "wines." It was a drink easily seesMd again; all tho perplexing question to fall to me, ami hb lips twitched natural, bow that we wsra alone, that ha Daring the civil war troops ware quar- tioa to tbe value of accumulated wealth in mado, inexpensive, nutritious. , and unique in every respect. The brick whea I spoke of gavelkind as rruttom duty, should go back at oaca straight to thoM word We sat round the tiro on tba floor, talking and found Woksoy guilty under the statute of "It Is true," he said gaatly. "I iUd not to form perfect diamonds. tered at Crab Orchard several times, both large industrial operations. Before these are so placed to and laughing, holding Iq the front, ia wrought with tho solid ma- union and confederate. Taers alternately immense abciloki were instituted, butcher our cocoa slowly" aad our teacups and stirring purveyance. He seemed to enjoy my blun- raeaa lovetell you yet I raeaat to try to wis absent ralndedly aa we ders; the worst mistakes of Claudia, NU and your tint" the old terrified the cttlxsss aa the news of victory ing was done in a retail and very wasUful talked. My guests were merry, but I sonry, are the Initials, very large, ot IdidBotsptiak. He was standing near raa Lottie never provoked ia him even a temptaby the 0)n window, and ho took ray hand, jioowr's name. At the back of the house or defeat reached them. Hare Gen. Thorn way. Aa unnecessary number cf small was unusually silent aad depressed. tion to unllo. "After all," said Claudia sensibly, trying But tho Ink! half hour In my wwk was on and I let it rest in hit. ire thdse of his wife. jTbe windows are as for a while fixed his headquHrters. Here employers had to be supported, uonecese "Do I spoil your bolldaysPho asked gravely. to comfort mo "after all, what did you say, Saturday afternoons when I went alone to uncommonly small aod high above the Burnside came with his staff. Same of the ry rente were paid, and bath consumer and Cisl Nothing nothing, at all evenU, that "Are you unhappy, as your friend say, beornament the villagers yet remember the handsome, producer were needlessly taxed. But tbe mattcreiL You said ho was young. Well, him, and sat by his sldo whllo ho spread out cause I ambers!" xrmud. National figures that week's history paper of tnlno before I hesitated for a moment "I do not think that U true. How old, girls, do you Imagine him, and commented on its faults aad whiskered officer, who eojauraed among Armours, Swifts, aad other large employinterior, such as eagles, flags and the nam-ftrequired an explanation of its ambigui- that Claadia knows." I a&swered. all mechanically carved. them. Through Crab Orchard after the ers now kill millions of cattle, literally befar "13," "Twenty-five,- " "Cicely, I am ywrf bold," he said eagerly said Lottie. ties, and waited patiently with most Hera the old pioneer and Indian fighter disastrous battle of Perryville retreated for nothing, aad make their profits out of "Twenty-four,- " said Nell. courteous attention for my answer. "very bold to speak to you bow so sooa. If I "Very young," said Claudia concluilvely. and his family lived; here gathered many Bragg's routed army, followed by the victo- the hoofs, horns, entrails, grease and oth Now and than, glancing up at him quickly, I make you unhappy I will go. If I bars no "Then you called hlni shy well, he i shy. caught a gleam of laughter deep down In his chance no chance at all tell me, Cicely, a war party, ere it started on an expedition rious stand ird of Buell, Well do the in- er parts of the animals killed, that You said ho blushed well, he dots blush." eyes. Yet when he spoke his voloa was slow and aetid ma away." against the Indian) ; here the volunteers for habitants recall the fright and terror, theee thrown away. The breeder actBut I said BOthlng. That U Just it," I groaned. "It la all so and grave and weighty. campaign assembled; here columns produced. Liter Gen. Pegram ually get about all that the wholesale true." the Nicks-Jac- k "8end mo away now," he aald, pleadingly. It was Saturday afternoon in the middle ot I looked up at him. I could think of no "Ho will think you observant," said Nelly, the term. I sat betide him at the table, lis the pioneers coming frpm the E unstopped was alsa here. John H. Morgan, the dar buyer pays for the dresd carcass proper answor. "I do not vant to send you to re'resb tremwlvea aod fimilies. Oae In ing Southerner, feasted bis dashing cavalry Hence, under this system, while a few nibbling tbe sugar from her biscuit with slow tening ni;Kly to bis criticisms. epicurean enjoyment. away," l emu. Bbeidon Uarke In Eelgravla. You ml the point here, Miss Chryatal." viewing this ancient building aad its here on the coofiicated preperty of the retail butchers have been driven out of "ne will think, at all eventi, that you are "Yts, Mr Tudor." scene unionists Toe citizens still, especially the trade, the vat bulk of the producers and interested in him " said Lottio cheerfully. surroundings, can well imagine what A Fins Point, "And hero you speak of impeachment as "Poor CU poor Cicely 1" said the girls sym- though it ero procedure by bill." Tho trustee of a church at Akron, 0., prewere beheld there. The Indian was no women, recount the deeds of this chieftain; consumers of meat are very greatly bene pathetically, "And Saturday la coming and sented a member with a bill for twenty-eeve"Yes, Mr. Tudor." trangsr; his whocp waa ouen heard; toe how he plundered shops and "made the fited. Tbe one gels his animal killed for you will be forced to boo him. You poor, years' pew rent the other day, and he has "That it a aomswhat grave mistake." Beat and excitement of the chase, the hunt yankeej tremble." Just In the blue hills nothing; tho other procures his dressed enpoor Cicely!" I could not acquioico again. And tbe gono to law aixnit It He says bo dMInctly were) daily south of the town dwelt Jim Bridgewater, case for cot price. The w&ite of tbe si -Yea, Saturday was coming. On Wednes- monwyllablo "yes" was tho oidy form of an- remembers paying something twonty-elK returning with bis game years ago, and he thinks It was n wholo light; and omet!mfs, yea, not unfrr qusut the Rhoderio Dh'u of Lincoln. Often imal pays the expense of tho transfer. It day and Thursday and Friday I, went about swer that came to mo. with a constant consciousness of Saturday's "And here, I think, you wore required to quarter's rent, which should now bo deductly, the red man's deadly war cry resounded through the streets of Crab Orchard rods would be well to keep this fact in mind, inovi table advance. Our lecturer had stated tho constitutional Important; ot tlioso ed. Detroit Kreo Tress. things he and hi) war like men, with shining when demagogues oomplata of monopolies that on Saturday afternoon he would be ovonta." through the thickets ot crabr. Bat pleased to go through our papers with us, to snd burnished pistols Infusing a "Yea, Mr. Tudor." were changed. Peace came; the savages rDemorest's Moatbly for January. Ills Occupation. discuss points of intermt, explain dlfficultled "You hnvo not dono so, Miss ChryiteL" Teacher What Is your father's occupawere no longer hostile. The inmates of sense of fear snd indignation in the inhabThe decision that send Cornelisou to and remove possible misconception. We "No I am afraid I am afraid not" tion! the brick fart went forth to hunt aod till itants "You mistook tho question, posslblyP jail for three voire is a vindication of Kn wore to go to him singly. I was to go alone to Now Pupil I mustn't toll. many years the soil unmolested and bafoM If one could read all the rtcorda of some tacky juttice There never was a more the man who, I bad said, was shy of ma and Ho was looking gravely at me, waiting. My Tcachor But you muit tell. thought of ma as a girl and could not forget spoken answer, like my written answer, was alapsed, Wftltley's was changed to a site of the bouses Here he might compile severN. cowardly crime than tbe cowbiding whic that I was a girl, whom I called copper col- not very very much to tho point. I spoke ixianli--P. (after much hesitation) Ho Is tho woman at tho Globo Mtwoum, Life, further east, designated Crab Orchard, It al volume of war and romance, one in drove Judge Rchard Rtid to rulcide Tbe ored, who I hail said bliuhed. Tho thought desperately, seems the levelness of the country and the particular, the "OM Corner Hotel" as Ms "What Is the good of it all!" I said. "What .V Source of Wotutor. Oonrtof Appetls decision is learned and was terrible. iae mineral waters, for which OrabOrcbntd called. This Is consrdered by the aged as logical, but tits reference to Judge Raid's Saturday came. Tho girls were cheerful. does it matter about the Judicial system, and It is wild that a ner uso for tho tobacco "Go llrst, Cis," they said "go first and get who lias the control of taxation 1 What does plant lias boou discovered. as yet famoU', drew tne occupants of Whit the oldest house in Crab Orchard, snd is probable "peculiar" moral and phyalcal condition It over." it matter about tho parliament, and the that soma fellow has conceivedIt the ley's to it. This is the account generally doubtleee they are not mistaken. Here at of shows that itis a Kentucky decision, even "Yes, I wilj go first," I said. But when ho courts, ami all tho dull old laws! One can't making cigarettes out of the atulT, notion Wo havo received of its foucdinp. this old ruin the soldiers uied to bold their While Hyitatlng- - proposiidna cpotroiert-la- g carno I fnltcrod and put off tho evil moment, really care for tho constitution." it ofted wondered why clgartttes were not The oldest citizens say t&at Crab Orchard riotous baohanaliar; here the venerable Nell and Lottio all went in beand I bad titan, while ho sat survoying me, to mado of tobacco. Norrlstown Herald. the Kentucky Idek. "The m'tn who leu fore Claudia, me. fool oabamed Of my babyish, passionate irst derived iu notoriety from its waters Dr Graham was piicked with bayonets be- himself be cowhlded an'd.allows hie &hhiI j "Ha is not ahy reported Noll on speech. Mora ttian'ljkrly. aad I'd close jraxlmity to a fine bunting cause he would not take the oath of alles be her return. "I think, CD, that perhaps we aot to survive lo go to jll, "What undo you think of dovotlng your-'- i 1 . "Vo you rcmornber," ho rdked, "the author legion, but principally from ite being the giance here lived several landlords of no considered a man of pecalfaf moral natut- - were mistaken nlut him. Or, iwrhaps, ho cu fo iuouuy 01 constitutional bistoryriio of tivp asylng, 'Gad bh-the man who tint was uiuUc the impression that we were aald,' w(th gentle turprUc, Ills gentleness inventsasjeepf " eastern outporl of the Kentucky settlements toriety, whose careers may be b'eVd from In learned girl; after our papers and our chat- seemed liko satire. My oyos, in spite of myThe "Old Wilderness Raad," now the turn theOrucdiesof the town; here the, politireply. "I havo forgotten bo Nobody outside of the'prefswlon has any terus. knows us better and thinks very little self, suddenly filled with tears. Suddenly, hlsjuimcffwcl think ho must havo boon a pike leading to Stanford, raa directly thro' cians proclaimed aud do to this, day Hi).iiso9Uih horribly solemn! And ho looked away from mo. Ho askod me no of it and the settlers omlng'and going doubt their messages of import to the people. idea how djffioult hha'fof an editor tu no old man could be &Voror. Oh, he is quite more questiana. For tbe uoxt fl vo minutes ho Pblladfu14a,ian." New York Sun. "!ffl-r- rt n T talked Vanliilv. without iv lest lacreaied its imparlance, much as in Same of the commonwealth's greatest and pleaee eome 'of bis patrenr. Fonicsianre at his evt)." . AtAt.HJ.U-Oiiino- d Hlrd. Nell had reported truly. Ho was qjifto at csolutoly blinked back my tears and glanced does nowaday; least have spoken here. Here the' ;y'oung-s:er- s A western paper announces ai follows the situs manner a railroad A tltlasBj.'Jlrantfonl, Canada, went Iiu ease. Ite was sitting waiting at n tame a jimi, lie won ciuigcnny uisuguring my a place cf imtbe village, when the loafing eeaeea Magnire will wU hlraJf hefirahsa-eumMytb- e which had pens and ink and papers on It; o' so you see itetrly btctme Jta$ppd bag of crows, and tho uuioryisipor wihj crooww circles, ana uis shooting, family cooled and ate the office 'of 'bAiff' Tfe'ls' made therowos no oxpoctancy In his attitude.; he face was lesi brown than ruddy. birds. portance and I am told was b?fare the war ets ia, which Is not like tbeeeasqnyof wet After that day hfs eye ceased to twinkle The result was that carh jwrwoti bocame vioand he ddmKiufdri re seemed a littlo bored, indeed; hu sat, with hU the principal place in tho county, as to bus and dry within the tropics with ai,bgia Mr. Maguire'-tualently ill, and was saved with dlfilculty by olbow on the whea hb back mo; ho ning and an end come to 'crack their trsction. aVbich the paper jeeM and trails Then there were no rail Mvhif.v table;, towards tbo door, one chin. He res.-- , clam and looked atpuzzling jiassed mo Over in' tho Jocol doctors. Now York Sun. his hand propping his put tho questions to Null roads running through the hills of eas'ern j ik.e and observe what is going on nround. "Mr. Magairjf requests a denj wVa,i, rjtfj' tym ho heard mo, and looked at me calmly! a (id .Claudia, and wru almost gonlo when I ofjiaiTS as ho shook hands. Iloynl Artists. X wejit mono to mm. no garo up asking mo to Xentuckf. and all goods destined for thst Here, too, at this old hotel lived Walter Q '' expound thh tluory and that argument Mr. Labouchcre in Truth bluntly say that a plain, unassuming man, but offiaoflfinert'tf OJdy eyairthle ' only ."HuajCnrVstair'lw.sal.1 wction hid to be traniferred by wagonn to ttaundt-rs- , "there Is no follow merit" In tbo Ye' l ej'-- t mooaiy, -- , stood bosiJa bis at which ho had failod to my and, when he sketehss, whllocpocial tho Prfneoij quvenV belr dft'tinatlons, Then it was t&at the dmadfuLwhen his will was crossed. He it enraged Juguire the more. Soots people as for no.to.icHSd a was forood to coimn work, he worded Beatrice, Texas 8Jffing. Koad" began to look like a was wbo slew Bridgewater and did 'other ere sohaYdtfo please "Wilderaesa tue tafliaj ana i sat uown witn a tocung or his bEuite tnljdly niul looked away as he she "it about up to tho standard of tho aver-ag- o HU face vroui gravo, his manner, sjwlco. obodienci. amateurwhfoh means that nobody would thoroughfare and Crab Orchard an empori deed or uaring nor is romance suoti as V "Did youjgairrflsshjbgoing to'Jbfi beach as Nell hodysaid, severe; I wondered how I "He has forgiven ybu, CIs," uaid tho girls. care to look Cwicu ot her work." ibatln'w'hlch the fair and brave are can- urn, the Aiexandsr of the mountain caun-trthie year, Grantl)?" "PoMd, indeed, J5Ajfv cold have thought him .nervous; he lo tked "He completely Jgiu)ro you now for-- which for it was a dept for all good Intend- earned unrepresented here; but 'twould lake ley; gained 125 pounds " "Pshaw! impoiT aj. though he hail novrr biushod; ho seamed you nro thankfid. CIs, aro you not!" A rrrulmi Ilolle. uimlfix:ttii by tho cunftluiunesi tbuc his ed .to go eastward. Wagons coming sod a Soatt, Irving or Porter to develop it.' "Very thankful," raald. I said t fropres-slvolThe late W. II. Moataguo, of Boston, wiu siblel" "Fact, my dear fellow. Come W rfulto Ho witel Jjliuelf bcsldo pupil wai a girl. Njt a few of Crab Orcbanl't citizens o coiivliica myself as tho owner of thu bullet that caused tho death for I go'.nj, loading and unloading, told of Its he houe aa 1'Ji Imroduce vou 't$blt rim and drw a corrected, ezarcUo toward well as tho girli ' of Warren nt Bunkor Hill. Tho precious Here were wholemtle hve tr.aJo themselves,, knowa abrod t Mteasive traffic. him. Wo wore married last week." I was Inconsistent, for I bogan to wish that rello will now probably paMinUr tho Boston-Ia- n diw.salaaied stores of all "But wnt are iheyV yoafiwill djubtlesa' merchants, who "Thl, I taluk", U your r ioer, Mi Chrya-ta- ir ho would iluJ mo nmuslng again, and to fnnl ' society's collection, Now York Tribune, l ' If a farmer paya.50 fur a twine bincer pangs ot dbupjMolutmont in claw when ho kinds over the mountains to an hundred tk Came and go fcaok witn me a few I said, in o small voice I- -I think passed mo over, and to desdro with quite unwas rears and trace dowa to the present, Hers in the spring, and clM $10 worth of wheat "Yesv" Sinking or the Mini. jaiaor celnbllshmeats. Crab Orchard so, Mr, Tudor." reasonable eugcrnciM, that ho should look at Tho sinking of two acres of laud in Venthen looked upon aa almost a little city P.iccoon John 'Smith, the rcctntrlc yet with it in tbe euru'ntr, how Ii ng will the slowly and grave mo again, evou it 'his oyes should havo no was turning the pa gji tura, Col, on which barley hail been grown, and basineee turned her hundred thrifty ta'eated preacher a( the mountains, once b'nder have to eland out in the weather to ly. I aat looking down at my, hands folded laughter in their dopths. to a depth of fifteen feet, U thought to bo VWJi meekly on the table, and did aotaee his face. fiog.n minUtered to his flock. Here .Mooes Foly, get a mortaje uo t larm.--r- he But ovoiy w ook tbo laughter soouuxl turthor "the mult of Internal fire consuming tho biiaads, where the delicate ellfe-liYour first answer fa Jifeadaquate." away. And If lu was gmvo In class, he was tuminous matter so abundant In this county." equally renowned, Htirred congregations cater. idlearws aad pressure nw are rein. ," ritri wlottnwl Ia 1833 that fearful slayer f men, chol- yfr SIX PAGES. CRA.B ORCHARD. ss I y race-cours- that might do revereeea to a Talmage or a Jones. Here lived the lamented John Frad CICELY CmtYSTAL Tarrant, a scholar aad a writer. Hie widow, aa accomplished southern lady, lives The lecturo was Just over. Wo four girls, and eenducU a school. Here (fee lectured, were steading, notebooks here y la Daorea-delle- ate lived aad died Etta F. hand, in a little group la the corridor, talkchild of fancr. how much does she remind ing in subdued tones, coarulting ouo another me ot the Davideoa sisters. Here Col. W. oa a knotty point ta the history of a grand Jury. Tho lecturer oame out of the lecture Q. Welch, the prince of forensic lawyers, room and passed us. He bowed gravely aa wan bora and reared, Hera Judge W. 0, no paasou, auu went nastily down tho stair, and a genial his collego cap tu his hand, his long gonn fall-te- g Hansford, aa limply about his tall, thin figure. We politiciaa pours fourth his wit aad sarcasm vreraalleat until he was out of sight; thea Fon-tal- a aad last, but not least, hare Uvea Hob. our tongues were loosened, and wo no longer Fox Bobbitt, the "Cicero of the Moon-tains- spoke In subdued tone. Toor yornig tanaV said Lottie, feelingly. a curious complication of learning "Ho U gravo aa a Judge," sAld Nell. Like Cato, tho sophistry and ridicule. "That," aid Claudia, vrelgutily, "Is nerv censor, to day you see him iu the field, to- ousness. Iio Is nervous, girls nervous of us." The But it was I who had most to say, I leaned morrow in the halls of eloquence. branchoj of some noble families are alio against tho balusters, with my fnco toward tho opon door of tho locturo room, and garo represented here. As the Buchanans of tho girls tho benefit nf all my observations. made world re Scotch renown; the Bruce?, "Yes, he is nervous," I said. 'Toor 3oung man, ho 1 thyt When I asked him if tho nowned by King Robert at Bannockburn Jury in the person of Mrs. W. O. Hansford; the grandcopperstill exlMod he bluabod, girls oh, ho is colored to etort with, 1 know, Egberts, descendanU of England's first but he blushed through the copper color" King; and the Montgomerys and Wbitlejs. "For your Ignorance, suggested Tho Shelbys, aristocrats of Kentucky, ones Claudia. "Ho U had a herlUge here, but have removed ta oxpoct, very shy," said I. "lie is not used, to teaching girls. He cannot forI their beautiful home, "Arcadia." get that wo nro girls. He waited did you Such are some of the details of Crib Or notice I until wo had left tho room: tho other chard and her citizens; quoting a remark of lecturers stalk out before us. I think ho to opon the us Col. Will S. Hays, Kentucky's greateit wanll Oh, poor door for man,and to bow us out. young ho is shy I eong writer, who spent the summer here, I shy and young" The glrli frowning at mo, Claudia cIcb. He eiyr: "Crab Orchard is a pleas ing little town and contain more pretty was touching tuy elbow, with mysterious meaning on ono side; Nell palllntr. my slcovo girls to thorqaare acre than any other town Imperatively ou tho other. Lottie formed of ita bid in the Union." Long live tho her lips Into a silent "huah " "Shy and young very young! what i tho Boor. L. Davis. colonel and his songs. ," - 'Si J ? well-kno- d -- block-house- a u er y i 14 n x cILv-u-- m clay-mor- el . wilt-alway- Kentucky.-MUwaukfHJflen- iinel "Nolttlw "Ir i2 t y; . aV ft v s ke trM; M ? u "' r" h iwnMss)iiisaW'iiiiiiiii(4 aJMaU-i-n- . "M HBHaSSr-"- , - ' scar minimi i !' ' " - Una. u.c .iy iiinm ttUHrAninmtimntni,m.t,ii A onion Christmas Tree at the Baptist and Lot of pretty to-d- ay ' MARRIAGES. in- - Mr. Etra Reynolds, 10, and Miss Kan NOTICE TO CREDITOIIH! for Xmaa nie Williams, 17, will bo married nt the Btp Stanford, Iv., December 24, 1888 good. thing. T. 11 Wal- tlst church McKinney, to day. ton. Miss Mary F. Elmore, daughter of Ttrioni hiring claims agilnit Benedict bpalil-lo- g .1111 tl 'Squire John M. Elmore, and Mr. Joseph are requested to present theta properly rerl-neLovey Vandeveeb, a pood old colored B. O. WALTON. Bualneaa Manager. Tho oldest grocery mnn in Stanford, established in 18GC, invites tho attentifm to rns Immediately. IF. O. WELCH, A. Bailey, a railroad man, were married at woman, died at her daughter', in town, on H8-4Truitte Ben. Bpaldlog, of the public to call and examino his the 'Squire's residence on the 22 J. t. 4 N. LOCAL TIME CARD. groceries, Ac, , and get prices, whick Wednesday morning of hear, disease. MsJ. L. W McKee, of Lawrenceburg, Bball bo as Mall tola going Morta ..... 2 10 r, u. We are going to sell atriotly for cash af commsndcr of the Second Regiment Ken- BANK STOCK FOlt SALE! " eoutn is r. m. li Be sure and read our sup- tucky State Guards, and also a Stale Sen1 14 iiK ter January 1, train" South... ' Hoh.. plement in this paper., Owsley & Craig. ator, and Miss EtlztSshenck Irwin, were ON MONDAY. JANUARY 3. 1887 TeU calculated on ilaadanl lime. Bolsr The st t the In (I as Is 4 bout 30 minute UiUr For best goods. My stock consists of Our friends of the Cherry Grore Church married at Kutlawa, Lyon county, Mon I will Nil fitspulllo isleFarmers Stanford shares National Batik at Rowland announce a Christmas tree for day. jr. ji. oirarjBV, iOMJ. NOTICES. Oji clerer widower friend, Mr.G. Brent Stock. ISS-tand inrite the public to attend and Admr. Mlta Rachel Carpenter, Deed. 13uy your Sohool Itooks from I'enoj'ct participate. Barnett, has done the sensible thlog by get McAlisUr. ting married again. Wednesday at the resAN A rosND party and a general entertainAbk jour nrocr (or the Cincinnati Hi- idence of Mr. Joe Moore, he led to the alment of its Sunday school scholars will be tar Miss Bella Cockrell, a handsome young kery Co.' crackers and cakes. -- ATW Atoheb and Jewelry repaired on ibor giren at the Christian cburch from 2 to 10 woman, considerably his junior and all the COUKT HOUSE, STANFORD, ootico and warranted by Penny A McAlis r. u., better for that. Eld, John Bell Gibson r. Tiiers will be a Christmas treo at the performed the ceremony and Mr. J. H. HDirrEiw, Attxhtiom. leaded Cart, rtdgee, all sins of shot, at l'enny A Court House to morrow, Saturday night, to Vanhook and Miss Migie D.tris acltd as SATUBDAY NIQHT, DEO, 25, 1886. which everybody is Inrited and nil who can attendants. Oar best wiihss are extended A coMrLKTK stock of jewelry, latest are requested to contribute. It la going to to the happy couple. arErerjbody Inrltcd to style, llockford watches a specially, Pen be a big thing. Put a present on for someThe coincidence of a marriage and a or A MoAliiter. funeral occurred at Hurodebarg Tursdsy body. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, entertainment' or Kentrow's Jolly at almost the same hour and In churches PERSORAL. Thb OF LAN CANTER, KY. uattoppoette. In the Baptist church at , Pathfinders pare the most general satisfacMr. Joe F. Waters has returned tion of any show noon by Eld. John Augustus Williams, that has exhibited here In CAPITAL - - - 8135,000 00 from a business trip to Luicgton. a long time. It was full of fan and noth Mr. Nat Carry and Miss Cordelia Whit J, 0, Rodkmer, the eztenshe railroad ing was said or done to offend the most del tlngton were married. The funeral seryi This Bank solicits sccoants of firms eontracter, was in town Tuesday night. cee orer the remains of Mies Julia Aball sad corporations. Its facilities for making icate tastes. la all parts of the United SUtos, sr un Warhen IIocker, from the West, is were connucted In. the St. Phillip's Episco surpassed, and cntomcrs are at all times granted Staple Dry Goods Notions and many other articles too tedious to mentioa. Owihq to the large crowd expected at the Titlting bis father, Mr. W. U. IIocker. pal church shortly afterwards. She died eecommodaUoos they see proper Mr. and Mrs. Will Hays hare raor Merry Bachelors' Hop, Tuesdar evening, of typhoid ferer, which disease is rsging fnrmoaatls to offer our services to the cltl- toaik. We Alter thanking my many patrons for their liberal patronage, I hope lor a they kindly ask those who do not Intend ed to their new home near Ilrjrautsrllle. tens ol neighboring counties, without Bankln. in the town. Miis. Catii Bailey and Mrs. Mary to dance to take seats in the gallery as no The us of the marriage at belittles, and assure them that any business sen continuance of the same. Goods delivered on short notice. Wishing all a s W. Bowman hare returned from Louis improper person will be admitted. The Lawrence, Kansas, on the 14th, of the ns shall at all times hats prompt aod faithful a merry Christmas and a happy New Year, gallery has been cleaned and is the best beautiful and captivating Miss Cornle till. " M. D. ELMORE, I am very Respectfully, Miss Br ik Parsons has returned place to sit. Cooper, late of this place, to Dr. Leslie B. tWISiKHI-.-N. B. Elmorb, Clerk. J. M. niGOIMBOTHAM, arranging for Gillette, an excellent young physician of from a rlslt to her sister, Mr. F. J. Antho The colored Methodists are Stanford, Ky. ny, in Lebanon. a big round of feeUyitles at their church wealthy parentage. After an elegant break LEWIS T. LEAVELL, JOEL J. WALKER, JOHNSON, J. W. Mr. Abner Chenault is back from during Christmii. The new pastor, George fast glren by Miss Georgia Gillette, a sister J. 8. HUBBLE, L. V. T. M. ARNOLD, of Parker, la baring a large addition put to of the groom, in honor of the KatMas. wa understand with the Tie B. O. MULLIN8. erent, Dr JOS. BIMPdON, baying a farm. the building and these entertainments are and Mrs. Gillette left at once in a PullOFFIOJ3R8: Joe B. Bice, the popular train dis- to help to pay for it and other needed Im man car for a bridal trip to California. A patcher, hu gone to Part, Tennessee, to proremenU. month or eo will be spent in eight seslng j. m. nioaiNBornAM.PREST. dispatch at that point. LEW18 Y. LEAVELL, V.PBE3T., A DtsrATCH from Cincinnati says: U. S. after which the doctor will locate at Be-- Mh. John T. Qano left fur his home J. P. SAND1FEB, CASHIER, Circuit Judge Jackson yeelerday ordered atrice, Nebraska, for the practice of his B. F. IIUD80N, TELLER. in Texas yesterday. His wife and son will the sale of the Kentucky Csntral railroad, profession. The bridal presents were nu-follow in a week or so. ARE NEAR- The decision was giren in the suit of the merous, including a fine watch and chain Gov. McCreary will spend the holi- trustees of the stockholders and others from the groom and a solid silver tea Mr-vi-ce days at his home in Richmond. This is a against the road. He also entered a decree from his father. The friends of the pointer for the office seekers. young lady here join us in wishing her and ordering the sale of the Chatteroi (Ky.) Mn. J. T. Guthrie, who has been asltalirca in the suit of the Union Trust hers alt the happiness that in this brightest sistant dspot agent hsrr, has beea promoted Company, moment of tbeir lives they can Imagine or We waut everybody who intends purchasing to night operator at Lit ingston. hope for. Owsley A Gram are going to do the accomplished Miss Lucy Hodson, the LARD. STOCK ARD CROP tausio teacher at the College, will spend eeaalble thing by adopting the cash sysreadthe holidays with her loved ones in her tem on New Year's and they tell our For; Rent -t- he Wm. Hays bouee and ers of it in a whole page adrertisement on old Virginia home. 30 acres of land. F. Reid. Mn. and Mas. N. M. Shumate, of our extra ahest. Such a system is bound For 8 ale.- -7 or 8 1001b. shoats. 8. To comprehend the fact that we are now all ready to show you the finest as Brodhead, passed through town yesterday to be materially ad rantageons to buyer as L. Withers, Gilberls Creek. t well as seller for they will sell you goods sortment ever exhibited, for our now stock of HOLIDAY GOODS on their war to spend Christmas with his Wanted To baK stock fodder and so low that it will pay you a big per cent. parents at Paint Lick. straw. G.A. tiwioebroad, Stanford, Kenis now complete and comprises an elegant lino of Mies Lucy Tatk and Annie Shanks on your money. tucky. are up from Daughters' College to rpend The brakemen on the L. A N. at LoqIc-vil- te Fifty tons of hay ready baled, and 27 Books, Writing Desks, Brush and Comb Sets in handsome pluab, Fancy went on a strike Wednesday night be- Berkshire ehoats, ubout half of the holidays and Mies Naunerle Campbell their nice - sprud hers with her parents at has gono trcause tne compear had tbe temerity to dis- gilts, for sale. John Bright. Goods and Novelties. A large Block of " charge two men for sufficient cause. This Rock Castle Bptings. R. B. Lancaster sold to T. M. Leneve. comes from yielding to their demands on Columbutf Tenn., 5 head of yearling mults LOCAL MATTERS. two recent occasions, but It Is bow said that at $75. Ltbsnon Standard. Be sure to read Owsley A Craig's supple- tho company has had enough and will fill In Cincinnati yesterday cattle were FROM- Our Jewelry stock is both elegant and beautiful the finest styles and dethe places of the striksrs with new men. No dull at 1 to 4.40; hogs were weak at 3 to ment to this paper. freight trains were running yesterday out 4.40; sheep dull at 1 to 31. signs. Watches, Laco Pins and Ear Drops, Cuff Buttons, &c, Diamond Leate your orders for fresh oysters in of Louisville on tho main atem. The Jones Brothers, Josh and John, bulk or can at 8. 8. Myers. Rings, Pins, etc. We invito you to call and see us. We have bought: Mn F. M. Anslkv, of tne L. & N , was have bought of W. M McAfee 81 acres of the bluest doll In town. Call We hare theeo goods to Bell and have marked them down lo suit tho times. here Wednesday having lust returned from land of the Crow estate at $50 an acre. and mo it. 8. L. Powers A Co. At a meeting of the Louisville Jockey Ala, He was vary enthusiBirmingham, was, after trial, If you wish to buy a cloak for a Christ astic over the prospects of that city, which ClubL. H. Cohen,track for attrmptedruled oil bribhe thinks Is destined to bo tho greatest in the Jockey Club ' maa gift read Owsloy A Craig'a "ad." ery. Inthe South. Ho was telling of a little Malaga Qrurra, cooking figi, nuts, can vestment ol his own down there that has The death of 30 bead of cattle on the ANDDruggists, Opera Block, Stanford, Ky. A dies and oranges at wholesale. Metcalf farm of O. B. Herring, in Lyon county, has paid him handsomely. In 1SSI he bought excited tbe farmers of that vicinity, .who Foster. a lot and built a house on It, both costing fear pleuropneumonia. present Ir yon want a nice Christmas $1,300. He lived in it two months, has 'come and buy a nice dinner or chamber since drawn ?G00 rent and this week re D. N. Prewitt shipped to Ciccinnati d ret. Metcalf A Foster. of hogs for which he yesterday a (used a cash offer of 10,000 for It. paid 4 cents. He has bought a lot for A BTnADV rain fell all yesterday making The well written and interesting com January delivery at $4 20. the sloomy elooralcr and the streets mud munlcatioca on Crab Orchard, which apAlden Goldsmith, who trained and de dier than ever. pears on the extra sheet sent with this is ytloped GoldsmithMaid and a number of We liave the largest stock of linen and sue, was written by Mr. Robert L. Davis, a lesser lights in tbe trotting world, is dead ellk handkerchiefs and mufllers for the young man of much promise both as a at his home in Orange county, N. Y. of mules J. C. Kern sold a car-loa-d holidays ever brouRtit here. Oirsley & writer of poetry and prose. A few years ago we remember bim as n little three year-ol- d to Carithers & Beard, of Lexinoton, at CralR. who could lisp by heart the name ol Win. Dc!eiilclll klna or J.T. IlAimis will more to the Commer- every capital city in the world, and repeat $107 50 each. to DtnJones, of North Mid sold yearBowden, fire dletown, cial Hotel Feb, 1st and convert the bar more that waa in bible and books than the ling mules at $05 etch-Pa- ris News. room into a first clars confectionery and average grown man, We thank him very At Georgetown, court day, there were restaurant. much for the article, knowing our readers from 200 to 250 cattle on the market; nothTub several trade suggested to Mr. Joe will enjoy It. ing extra ofl Jred and prices ranging from F. Waters are off and he has decided to town Wed- $275 to $3.05 per cwt. Yearlings brought There was a little fight in run his grocery business alone In the fu- nesday. to feeders from $3 to It seems that Anderson Nunnel-le- y from $2,76 elim$3.10, and for mules " elsewhere this issue. ture. Bee "ad demand and only $365. A had garnisheed Wlllla Barnett, who ata few offered. with ihe tacked Jim Nunueller and drew a knife on The Rink will be open N, I. Buster sold lsst week to Lehman Gold and Silver Band on hand with a big bim, Jim waa too quick for him, however, 45 extra catlle,arersglng about 1,700 lbs., SVRBC.YS,programme, After the rink tbe evening's anl caught him around thearma before he at $4 20 per cwt, Thomas E. Wood sold to could open It. While in this position Mr. fun will wind up with a little dance. J, T. Sandidge 40 acres of land adjoining Phil Nnnnelley rushed up and let him Yeagor avenue and fronting on the Removals. Mr B.W.Galnea has moved have It with the butt end of a buggy whip. the Lancaster pike, at $S0 per acre, cash from tbe Kerrey Helm farm, on the Knob ,Tbe old map was tried for this before Wool, Seeds Feetf, Cent, litiuiljer, Etc. Lick pike, to the Hayden place, on Logan's Jc;!ge Carson last evening and let ofl with Danrille Advocate. INFORMATION i The Louisville Jockey Club has made w Mr, J. M. Martin has" moved a tait fioe and tbe coats. oreek, and Barnett was MANY. PERSONS as amendment to the conditions of the from his farm on tbe Somerset pike to go yjfen tried and fined a like amount. yysfsMHHtKs. a thl season great Kentucky stakes of $50,000 to the efbusinese with hi 'r51 into the boarding-hous- e suffer from sisrATOU from Washington states that fect that If notice of sale or transfer of any neither eon, Mr, G. W. Martin, at Rowland. GoV." McCreary has been uncetslng in his yearling entered in the stake be filed by Ibe Headache, Xeuralgla. Under Arrest. Information waa rel efiorts to secure the pardon of John Parrotf, owner prior to Jan, 1, 1888, the subscriber Jlhcutnattim, ceiveu nero yesieiuay mat xur. j. uiieqt formerly ol uarraru county, sentenced lo miy bereleaeed from any liability beyond i.Uva in the helmer had been arrested at New York on be hung at Fort Smith, Ark., the 14th of tho $50 forfeit. Zttribs, jlack and r Sides, Bal Blooil, A. J. Ford, of Fayotte, sold 50 head of a charge of embezzling funds of the Lin- January. Attorney General Garland recXb itfftstton,Z)uieps la, coln Ltnd Company and that he had con ommended the pardon, but it takes the 1 70S pound cattle to Kratx at 4 cents and 3Iatarto'ContlpatlonBMdHtiTrQxibis, use Preoldenl's autORrnph to,save the doomed 17 at 3.00. The best lot of cattle that has feased to appropi latlng $9,000 for He own xVOLINA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM, -We sincerely hopo that matteie can be ar mar.. Parrott has a number of relatives in left Lexington this season, so says Mr. Doalcr In- IUd Blood snd'Kldney Troirtl'M. by draining th's blood or all 1U tiopurtUu, ilrruitlicDlDXUl prU ranged eo tbnt a prosecution will be avoid this county. He Is a carpenter and was at Krati, waa 45 head purchaied of D. Bos cf the bodjr. f ed. Wo have thought very highly of Mr. work in the Indian Territory or two men well, averaging 1,700, all extra fiqe (or the -t-VOLINA CORDIAL CURES McManur, father and eon, with weight. lie paid 4 cents for them for ntmtd Ottenhcimer. Ntnrl(l, rln In tlio LImU, Sick snd Sides, by toning tne nerres and itrtnf thtnlDg tu mtucle, whom he had a quarrel and whom he kill- shipment to London, England. ("Lexington to CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA. The attention of the Masons is called ed in eelf defence. Dr. Walterson, who Prees. g Indication and OoBitlpnllon, by tiding In the fact that next Monday is Bt. John's drcseed tbe wounds and heard the dying ofthe Food through tne proper action or ins Eighty-mil- es of subway conduits will stomach It create a healthy arpttite. the annual election of officers statement of the youngest McManus, did day and that -h VOLIHA CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS,, then. Lluouln Lodce, No. CO, will not reach the trial until after Parrott was be laid In New York for putting the tele Deprrmlon of spirits and Weakness, by By the graph wirea under ground. meet at 3 r. M. for that purpose. and toulnj the jtem. convicted. The father and eon attacked Thieves broke the windows of a 'MinneVOLIHA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED way, at the last meeting of tbe lodge It waa Parrott with an ax and knife and he ahot ASlinre of your PalranaKe in very HespeclfnUy Solicited and Delicate) Women. Fnnrand Blcklr Children. the meellnge be held hereafter them after receiving several atsbj. A nu- apolis jewelry store, one of them grabbing ordered that It li delightful and nutritions as a genera) Tonic. on the first Monday night Instead of the merously signed petition went from here to $0,000 worth of diamonds and watches Vol Inn Almnnno and 'give tke. Prompt P&ying customers will find it to their advantagc-tcomplete 1HH7. A tor uwful Door, haDdMinr, toDlarr In order to accomwhile the others held the crowd at bay second. This was dne and the President asking the pardon. telllns bow CU11H -. DISKAHta at HOME In arleatant. natural way. with leyolrers. Toe then lumped Into a youngman a chance." modate tbe country members. They can MaUed on receipt cf a 2c pottage stamp. Address Congress adjourned Wednesday till sleigh and escaped. This is tbe boldest ' come to court and stay to the lodge, now Avr. M. WATEUS, ealoumu, Jnnnar'' G" trip In town. BALTIMORE, MD.. U. 3. tnernbr mvlni ohurch MoKloney will be bald Comk 5 d HIi D. ELMORE I LOW AS THE LOWEST, 1 K. .... ..-- J m Couri-Uou- ie ht d. CimiNTJf Indl-ldui- l.. Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, TREE Table and Pocket Cutlery, Tinware, Queensware, Confectioneries, Canned Goods, Ammunition, Tobaccos, Cigars, Cotton and Woolen Yarns, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, lf news-reache- DinEcxonsi LO-JA- THE HOLIDAYS Ghristmas is Coming ! CHRISTMAS : K J - BUY YOUK I& ' HOLIDAY PEESENTS PRESENTS! PENNY -- IfflcRDBERTS STAGG; car-loa- M'ALISTER- Their Prices are LOWEST and WEAREN ' & MENEFEE, as LOW as the -- , Farming Implements and Machin ery, Stock Complete Fine Unggfos. Cifjpjriagei, -- ( vl in every line. -- " Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons. drain, i i m SI Fi.iniim 1 JOE F.W ATERS 1 :l antm-llttln- Heavy & Fancy Groceries, Glass- ' and Queensware, Etc. Main Street, - - Stanford, Ky ; '- 1 . J snU-tn-I- C 1 .,... . -- - . -f- cL mrtiiii Jiiib iimiiiinni i 1,11m. i 1fi(wmi hj.Ii ' ""'"'yir.r',?''? "" JWWjrWWty- ?- - ijl i C M Senu-MetUiriwwtr- im i'iim iiiiiimi imiii LIGHT AND vAIRY. Buckten't-Amfe- n IWMM Xalre. Bruises Sores, Salt Rheum, Fever Seres, Totlar, Chapped Hands, Ckllblalae, Come aad allUkla Eruptions, CURIOUS KI FACTQ. GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE C1UI8E TII33 LORD. Dec 20. '86 STKAMZKGRANiTie iNTERion. Wm are approscMrnf Dbar t the Oalo lth Cairo and the juncibt. I have lit Ibo great 'Father of toftdd to hit couimunfci'ton raelletl i tie - 8ta, We" . IV mew ur bitterly cold, cqi fninp n in marine coal stoves. to theiiloon. where keep the temperature up. We have wrap ed acquaintance with onr fellow pawngers andalrevly feel' very mnc'i Interested in them, ax we know the'r bia'ortre, little and big, and find them to much like, our own. How monotononeW alike are all human liven, after one pets beneath the web of cir cumntancts thai contitii'e the seemingly endleM eurfece varjetietl The same old 'fight for life" physical. Ioiellectul nod spiritual tbeeameolil ''apprewion of Ih cJevl';" the Mine feelirir out for a holp'nz. band lu the darkness il huply it mar 'tube found." Yeeterday we had two service ini'tnir. and niuo acd BTfnioK blewed, an we bfcve reon to believe Oar Ctptainlsachrlstlen anUhec'erk an old n our meeting Citletlnbure at'eodan there in 1880. All the officer and servant ire most kindly attentive and courleonr, Wo Mffd Henderson and Pedncth bo'H )a .Ibe night, Evansvile itine onlr place above the average vlllege "landing" we aave yetteea on our way, "Florin' down ile ribber mi de O lb'," u a UaliVorgotten negro mulcdy of my bry Saedf deserlbei. it We have a lovely bby ubiard, which la eilug Immeeeely epolled by the girls with aiwea ted "walking" -c- utting out bo end of Mforoiafuy work for iu poor mamma, alter the petting and the voyage are over We two lo be Rtttni; a long way from "home" aain, somehow. Adic! Geo. 0 Barhw. Ever in -w- ell-tUeiidid ?arsllte. Ind. The ea'her h bter. lr: Workmen who were boring n well nt Janes-vlll-e, Minn., discovered sea thclU and ashes at a depth of ISO feet, but no water. A man In Warsaw, Wis , recently won a bet of 1500 by sitting for one hour on a steam radiator when tho steanvvras turned on. A merchant in New Haven, Conn., was recently arrested and fined f 50 and costs bocauso he allowed his customors to guess the number of seeds in a squash. At Iroquois, O. T., a mau accidentally a shotgun. Tho charge struck a purso in his mother's pocket, tlrovo somo into her thigh, and Imbedded n cent in a silver dollar. , When llenry M. Stanley vrns up tho Congo ho found In tho lumds of the Arabs fl.SOO captive lie selected fjoin among them eighteen llttlo boys, for each of which ho paid a costing hlin a penny and a half each ed cur-ronhand-korchl- Disenchanted. . Twos at I he dry goods counter I saw tho maiden fair, Ilr-- eye was Ilko the morning's smile Aad grace was la L r air J lfer cheeks were like Juno roses, Her 111 I Oca cherries bright. If muslo la her voice had dwelt Bhe'd hare been perfect qulto. But It was crnteaky, sharp and shrill. And grated on the ear. And I was disenchanted when re 1" I beard her cry, "Ca-asBoston Courier. r h Tbs bMtSalve In the world tor Cuts. and positively cures Pile, or so pay required, I, te guaranteed to give perfect ealU&ctlea, or money bx. For sale by retailed. Pries 96 ceete MoAltstsr. PB' pr outa i jp&l s, M!uVtWHrrm! mnamnm!aiMamitMrKrvvnprrrmr VMTHATSHT of at Manchester. A little girl, while looking at somo wares a Sparta CWls.) store window, remarked: "Jfy ipa has got a wholo lot of pocketbooks Just like those." Tho owner of tho store immediately secured n search warrant, and the result was that the child s father was arrested on a chorge of burglary. Onoof the novelties in Paris is a big wooden cow built in front of a cafe. Tho milkmaid milks a stream of milk punch into a gloss, and a placard proclaims tho following astonishing fact: "Franco has sent Bartbol-df- s Goddess to America, and America gratefully sends in return a milkmaid." A Welsh couplo from a mining settlement near rotbrvllle, Pa., reccntlyobtalned a marriage license from Register Johnson. Then they went homo happy in tho thought that they were man and wife, and lived together for two or three weeks twforo thoy found out that'a minister or a 'squiro was necessary before thoy could be really married. A singular case of letliargy is reported from the French village of Theuelle, In a cottage thoro Margaret Boyenval, a young girl, Las lain since June 1, 1883, In a deep sleep. During tho three years sho has boon asleep ber breathing has been scarcely perceptible and she has been fed on nothing but peptone. Apparently she has not grown a day older. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Creldcr, of Lancaster, Pa., recently cehbratod tho fiftieth anniversary of their marriage. At the same time their daughter, Mrs. A. L. Brant, aad her anniverhusband celebrated the twenty-fift- h sary of their marriage, whila a son of Mr. aad Mrs. Brant was nmrrkd. The ceremony was performed by a grand uncle of the groom. Many marriages occur In Castle Garden, and many of tho bappypatrBaro Roman Catholics. Tho groom is often too poor. to buy a ring, which is necessary in Roman Cathollo marriages. One of tho detectives employed at the G anion keeps an imitation platod ring, which is used when occasion requires. A wedding which took placo last week was tbo Kith iu tbo history of tho ring. Tho gilt is not yet worn oil. In Populnr Cns Words. "Land's sakol" is Henry George's only swear word. Professor Proctor always says "My starsl" "Doftonit" Is Henry Borgh's word, o and Gen. Ilazen, llko most ot tho signal men, Bwoars "By thunder." ''Saints protect usl" Is Mr. Randall's oxclamatlon, while tho Chicago Anarchists all say "Mercy on Cox says "Oh, racha," U. us I" J. Burdctte, sor-vlc- An Old Ctihtfi Sptaka. Mr, J. M, Norrli, an old cltlain ef Rome, Qa. eeya that be had been badly troubled with Kidney Complaint for a great many years and with Ecseraa for three years; at Uses could scarcely walk, aad had tried maay reeaedlee without beo-ef- lt, before he began taklog Electric ultters and anointing bla hands with Buckleu'e Arnlea Salve, This treatment afforded him groat relief and he itrongly recommends Klcctrlo Bitters to all who euObr with Kidney Complaints tor need a Blood PurlBer. Bold by Tonny A MoAUiter. tSBiA X2jgv . Matt xceler,t. clerk: Chief of Folic, Knorrllle, Tean., writes. "My family end.I are beaeAclarlee of your moet excellent medicine, 'Dr. King's New Dltcov , ery for Consumption; having (found It to be all An Vnliappy Stan. It, desire to teetlfy to It vlf that you claim. AUst olasl the days no mora Are glad with warmth and sua; tue. My friends to whom I have recommended It - praise It at The biting blast the vales flwwjp o'er, Tey opportunity." Dr. Slag's New Tho winter has begun. Discovery for Consamptloa Is guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and evTbo wild winds howl throughout tho night, ery aOectloa of the Throat, Cheat aad Lungs. Tri Tbe days bring snow and sleet; , . no's now d moat unhappy wlght al Bottles Free at Fenny A MeAlliter'e Drug Store, Whoso wlfo has ley foot. Largii'io. si, h Boston Courier. Howls your blood? Use Ureen'a 8rsparllla Your Impudence . None of For sale by Mcttoberta A Stagg at II. Use Green Cough Balsam fjr coughe and rolda. An austere looking lady walked Into a yesterday, and said to tho yellow headed Files 50c. For aale by McKoberta A SUf(. J.J. Atkins, 'AKlH& POWDER Absolutely Pure. Imk.I1. l N. SIW FJLATT. XAVIHXVULV, MYERS HOTEL, STAKFOKD. KY. E. H. BURN8IDE, ThlB Old - fr Propr and WoJl - Known Hotol Still Maintaing m High Reputation, AMD i fur-rior- 's than the ordinary eompetltoa with the taultltude ef low tmt .ikon weight alum or nhoaphata iowdn. 8oldonly la can. Koval Baalim FowDsa Ce, IM Wall Blreet, New York MACK BHUCP8 Thlil toirder never varies. an wh.t.n.HAu. A marvel olputllj, 'KIaM. UnnnmlMI kinds, and caa not bo sola Its Proprietor la furr inquired tho dude. "To keep my hands warm, you simpering idiot," exclaimed tho madam, crushing him llko a thunder storm. Washington Critic, "What " He stood before a candy shop, And viewed tho goodies sweet, Cut owing to dyspepsia's rulo He daro no candy eat. Then wbhed he long, and wished ho loud, That somo good oatured wizard Would kuidly pUco beneath hU vest A full grown Ostrich gizzard. DaojTlIlo Breeae, "I would like to get a muff." ItShallbeaeeond to noOoantry Hotel in the State in iti Jfare, Appeiatraentj, or Atten- tioa te OeMfert ef their Qaeiti. e TUr,- - .. .t... TO WHOM e It MAY CONCERN ! Buggy & Implement House. I kave now MKege will-b- iontejed to aad from t ha 41 o Copasaerelal Ills Wish. This Is to certify that Mr. Jacob Ottenhilmer no longer connected with the Lincoln Land Co., that be la not authorised to contract lor tbe Company, or receive money for tbe earn, or to lacur any obligation In the name ot the Company. or In any way to act for tha same. A Full Line of Whoat Drills and Travelers. The Bar villi braada of Llqaori aad Clgara. other Agricultural Implements, Besides a O. New York, Dec. 11,1 M4. Mj. President Lincoln Land Co. ISO, RICHARD, fall Line ot Buggies and Wagom KEBTUCKT CowBleto Sleek COmUL R. Always oa band. In connection with my business, I will aleo carry a uil!HO.araM 8h9trirl-.!L,teerom.Oe, IJotUej." Unreasonable. Angry Guest (to clerk in Chatham street lodging bouso) Seo hero. I wasn't able to sleep a wink las' night for thorn blamed railroad trains. Clerk D'yo think vro're goln' to furnish you wid a night's lodgln' for ten cents an throw in ether. New York Bun, Only. Only a coat. Only a lialr. Only a wife. FIndcth tt there. Only a broom. Only a whack. Only a roan With a broken back. Bt. Taut HANK HTOOKt Iwlih.loaell privately oflHwlcr, Both rough and dreeeed. Frleea on everything as elo-vat- ed FORTY In the IM-tf. HIIA.11ES BTOOIC 8lsnford, Ky Len sue MHy eae. ? oiaia orui, East, Weet nnd V 8oathwet. reel Line Between ' Fmt National Bank ofdtaaford. J. R. JFOSTRR, Ieollcttashareof your patronsge. Respectfully. . M. MRCCK, llMll JKXKNtiTON A tllXCINNATX BebednU to CSkI May 18, IMS, The Champion Horse NTOOECnOLDERh BfEKTIXO Shoerl r' Lve. OoTlagtoa, Jn, &'. neralJ. ?f ' taiailS. Toe Riptist of Wmc'Mler are to build a $10,060 church. -- MiM Dora Rinaln, for many ye-- r nlseionary of the M. E. Cinrch, Biu'h died in Shanghai, Chins, .in the 14 b Riv.N. Singleton, 8tste Etaageliat of CHURCH NOTES. in' the African MethodU' cbnrch will preach atLibertv Sunday, January 1; Yoeemjie Thnredav nlsht, 6'h, ard Kirgi Mountain 21 Sunday iu January Rev. B. M Hobson, a minister of In Southern Pmbyterian Caurcb, died at ftartnofiidd. Mo . seed 70 veara. tie ws fenaerly pastor of churches in Louisvlllr, Asgusta and Cynthiaes, Jamw F. Epperson, aced 16, and Mi Myra Weldon, sged 17, of Boothia county, eloped to Aberdeen, Oilo, and were mar-r?They will probably be epanked and iorKtven oa their return. Rsv. W. W. Downs has brought suit with Ben Bailer as his attorney to recover $6,000 from the Boston Baptist churcr, of which he was pastor, claiming the amount a baekstUry. Tbecsre i on trial and preachers and congregations will walch the result with intereet. Rjt Charles Meanigerode, D. D., the rector of St. Paul's P. E. church, Rich, mood, Va-- , has resigned on account ot .o'd te. He was rector of 8t,PtuTa church when Jeflersjn Dtvii attended iervic there, and was reading rerv'cw when a meg'enKrr entered ibe church and informed Mr. DivU that Lee had retreated fro a. Petercburi; and the cltv must be evacuated. Mr. Barnes, expressing a desire to b buried, If be has m be, in the bemitiful eemetery at Frankfort, thu cit'ziua rm yarcbafed a lot in it for him. The cho-eiile of his grave is on the brow'oT the hill beneath a group of (lately forest tree and 100 feet or or more in an almost state cf perpendicularity above tie river, from which a bauillul view of the city may be n General Booth, of tho Salvation Army, baa you going, my pretty maid! 8TOCKHOLDEKS' MEETING gone back to England, Pretty Maid I'm going a shopping, sir (she said.) misThe Methodist church of Canada has a FaasuBger Won't you have this aeat, ray sionary Income of 1180,000 a year. A meeting ol the stockholders of tbe First National Baak will be he d at their Uotleg house Bagdad contains the largest Ilebrow colony pretty maid I (she Pretty Maid Oh, yes, thank you, sir, la Stanford on tbe 11 Tuesday la Janasry, 1817, in Europe. There are twenty synagogues said.) Now York Sun. for the purpose el electing eleven Directors lo ecevs and ubout 40,000 Hebrews in tho city. Ibe ensuing year. government has refused to The Chine IVnoIo Family. Wouldn't Marry tho 184-tJOHN J. McROBKKTs, Cashier. grant permission to the American Methodist "Young man," said the stem parent to the Episcopal mission for Its steam launch to applicant for his daughter's hand, "are you ascend interior rivers on missionary work. sure you can support a ramuyr The City Mission of Brooklyn is alarmed "I I wasn't m making any calculations STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING by the fact that in the "City of Churches" on that," stammered ths youth. "I only goers. tbero are half a million of want tho girl, you know." Pittsburg Dis A meeting of ike stockholders of tbe Farmers They are making vigorous cITorts to carry patch. National Bank will beheld at their banking house tho gospel into tho spiritually dark places of the city. Tho Small iloy and the Hack Driver. lu Stanford on the 21 Tuesday la January, 1M7, lor the purpose el electing nine Dlieetora to serve Now tho small boys try to show Tho Rev. Mr. Altken, whoso mission work What a knack tbe ensuing year. J. B.OW8LEY, Cashier. in Now York last fall has made his namo It takes to send some saow familiar in this country, thinks tho condition Down the back of the Protectant Episcopal church Is tending Of tbe melancholy drlrer toward ritualism. He says Phillips Brooks Of a hack. was tho only clergyman ho met in this country -l- ife. ; who wore a black gown In tbo pulpit Killing tho Wrong Ones. I am dally opening an elegant line of FallMtlltn-erMr. Arthur C. Maclay, in his "Budget of Including all In Phil Armour's Chicago packing bouse Letters from Japan," gives somo Interesting hog a day, and yet the pictures of mission work in that couutry. As they are killing 4,000 m a street car was eluoways in The Lateit Noyeltie of the Seaiea. soon as a missionary puts up at a hotel, ho man who sits town yesterday. So was the man who has asks permission of the landlord to preach in bis hair cut Saturday night. Somo men are Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars his lower room. This is readily granted. and Cuffs Kucnlnf, CorwU, Buttles, ele. You R. J. Burdetto, will flud me at the rooms lately vacated by Bull-la- y In a conversational way, and born lucky. Talking begins & Warren, next door to the Hyers Houeo. an immense crowd soon gathers. Tho peoplo )62-JTho Homo of Culture. KATE JfVnOKUA R. are said to bo insatlsto listeners and come In culture laden Boston town thrco or four times a day, urging a continWhere Learning smiles, ne'er frowning, uance of tho speech, until tho speaker Is Foetlo art's not yet done brown, I thoroughly exhausted. Since every thing is Browning. f. non-churc- As Good aa She Was Pretty. Polite Passenger (in street car) Where are As tbe times are dutl and money scares and as I have no rent lo rv. I will alee tnr tut tamers adeantsf e of eood work at very low prices. I will A meeting ot the stockholders of the Nat.ot.al raiie (rest reduction ior run in crcosa, Bank of Hustoovllle will b held at I heir benklng JVeraeAiorf Mtv, Vnh. Si frsirir or til J hare to Wait 1 Meutha.it All boueelalluitoavllleonthe 3d Taeedsy In Jen kinds ol produce tsken lo extbsnie for work, lie-nary, IM7, for the purpose ot electing nine Ulreet-or- e pairing l all kind done neatly aad In good style bboeloc saddle, trottlni end barneaa beraee I to serve the ensuing year. specUlty. Fainting from II to Ifl. Rewtllng tire IM-IW, BOCKEE, Cashier. J. for tregon, II; mtkiog new tire and putting oa 13. Other work'la proportion. Thanking tor friends to-w-in tun. if Arr. Karl lOeOpm " Lealngton,.. III 10 ptn iMipa tve. Parle 11 IDIn II JlkMi Arr. Wlocheetor. a ' Richmond.. " iMiiteeUr " OynlhUnaT .. !lltn llOOnn No. I 10 10 9 40 10 J Dellj ant 810pm am a lUn ma 10 II nn Km. CO Ban 11 pu Upu IS pra 10 pra pa pa '?S PBtPta 01 Si pre ior tneir siDd patronage 10 me past, 1 solicit mo same iu toe in turn. ITSdJen " ISpv auotord tTALTKR riRLDS, JR., Lve. Rlehmood., Arr. Beeaa...., wpnM.. " Uelnaaton. o. ia... No. I I No.1 DS, W. B. PENNY, DENTIST, Htnniord, - - ICuntuoIcy. MosTB-Botrs- II Arr. Klehmond ... II Lve, Kowltnd . tN am ID at Arr. Measaoad. T.Vati. " l.nfuiif ia ml 7.,..'n,h" VUl.H.iv.J 1 10 0 Arr. Winchester" -- a 10 pni 7 00 a pn Farls-- .. Arr pas see am, II 0SB. Lve. Lexington Lve Tarts OSce on tAncastar street, next door to Iwtb-aio- a Ait. OoTlncton. JooawaL ottoe. 0ce hours rrotn t to II a. at. and 1 to 0 r. at. Aaeethetlea adsalalslerad wkea UW-lyr- " Cynlhlaaa, V.lmA.ilK .,., nn p J sin: E S I Mpm IM1 0J pes! I Ma ml 7 36 a in m m 47 tt m 10 Mm n m JW mll0 3 Wpm 4 17pu is pm o ee efpea .l HATKTIX.K,K BHANVH. MH.X.IX3GKY. y, L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. E. -- Jfeavu-Booii- "rrrsTT rwsrnr Dalle Willy Ea. Bun. Ca. Baa. Lve Coelacton sne. ArrMlllenbarg " " Car i Ul. Johtsoo wayetUle JUilagios.. eo vita uaait- 10 TH- a ta 8 so pes a 40 8 41 ora 0t a m a 0.1 p 14 eeewet e. KIltD S Bt pnt 10 to a m 7 40 pra S ?o7JTT-Kb7- 7aam is SMpss Mpm TUllOUGll TUUNK LINU - ir boora-Bopi- Dallr Dellr Ex. Bub. Ea. Ban Merchant Traveler. FOIl store-Dim- SOUTH & WEST mm Pullman Palace Sleepers, IinlBviIie Lve HXXm Ulllertbiirg Arr Pari .. Lexington,. " CtrlDfion " John.ou., " Carlisle m... ' .. ilsysllle. lUiti a tu tUia 7 17 . tJSSpu 1 ... . II 903a a 80pm s 10a m IS pea tni 80 a m a pm Wp ta M ta s 10 8. 00 pm pta MUSICAL AND THEATRICAL. . th'ained. Prerented to Mies Sallie TrayJor a gold yen and hplder for having improved niwt hi wrilitie, and Mis Carrie HoUzslaw, a book, rntltled Millon's poems fjr Mholarahip. by Miia Maggie Brown, teacher tf White Oikrchool Young girls love prcunt to receWe, theatrical and variety companies are "on tho road." Miss Dauvray will produce Bronson Howard's now comedy In January. MUo. Rhea will mako a tour of Europe next season, beginning at London. Margaret Mather will open hor season in New York on Dec. 20, in "Leah, tho Forsaken." Louis Aldrich says that the exact sum ho paid Bartloy Campbell for "My Partner" was Over 400 musical, A valuable stock FermcontalnlugSfV Aerem situated 1 mile from Crab Orchard oa ibe HunlorJ He Was Used to It. pike. "I sunnose you must bo tired of my talk s and roomi over same, Tbe two new ing," said his girl, after sho had boon talking In Hunlord, on GoalbslJe of Main street, built by about fifteen minutes, without hS Iwlng able Oasley A toa. AIM tbe brick residence In wbieu I am now lielng. J: U. OWHIjEY, tocet In a word. 1CI-BUnforil.Ky. "Oh no," bo replied. "I get shaved at tho ow York Sun. barber's." II te XiiHhvllltt, Atlanta, M aiilersieile'teea' Aim. ww Meuipliin, itfOiiiviji JLlltle Keck. Mebllo and .tcvr OrloaiiH. Ooly one clinoe to points In NoTK.-Tra- lne J and 4 are dally between Lexloetoa and anclnnstlj other trsini arwdallr except Huoday. Direct conn, are m ade Ohio Che.,ko A etlons lor Mt. at WltcheeUr with Sterling. AshUnd. Charleston, W. Va and Eajufn du JJnlfngton, win-eheet- Toboggans und Doublo lluuners. Fnd out your bock With cumbrous gear. Tbo sliding track Will Boon be here. Merchant Traveler. COMMERCIAL HOTEL I BYJ.W.ADAMS, MoKINNEY - - KY. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS "ck'u. nA baSl ehecked to an. destination rrscned by a railroad, fl cony.,rir"eUUr, B. V. b. ilOIUIE, W" 00 CI!, 015. ML bt delighted as all believe, Xni to their teacher kindly tiy, " We are glad we studied well each day. KUoy felt X Another fellow was not eatiefied In let In June, 1885, R O' wetf enough alone Forman was trltd and convicted of murder .t Kit. Rterlinz. receiving a nn'ence of fourteen years imprisonment. Ha prayed as appeal and the cate was revereed by the Court of Appeals. Hie second trial cksed Wpeeday ar,d this limo the jury gave blB?lW3Uly-on- e years in tbe ponltentlarr. tcbBiel word "feloniouily" bav wg.been properly Ineerted in the Kaelin indictment, matters are about arranged lo Kaelin another trial alvo of course eminently proper that it Ji b should go lerore tbe Jury that Kaelhi'a horrible butchery cf his wife was feloplui.. Hew ia a not very complimentary pjcture Qom of onr court pracUce.-LouUv- llle nercial. of New York, ha (jlven Druce, sentenced to be hangid Ssxdiia . ik. miir.lrr nf her hutbaud. i TTf w ,nn the holidaia by -- 'zh -- Gov. Hill, "!;..r, "u,u" .: ytUBK nev lwbt wham rere peilnedwhen tho,nutborVa-- i between Hand Hon, Abrara B. rtewiu nassurrruucir.. 17 years of age. return, Poouuby Chiiucer wre known and tcad e dtek In tbe Houw and will not year, when Congreee reaeeembles he win taie before tbo wrltei bail readied his t2th ' 13. u sgev of Mater of New York. ud Lolgb Hunt pad a' btlr at the iseumQi hU duties ai t " o w.WaWf'nlinllecka FiU-Grcc- St. Louis. Sir Arthur Sullivan and Mr. W. 8.GU-bor- t have nearly completed their new opera ,a'. for .the Savoy theatre, Paris. ' '' i VOU KENT. r . All AJdcrmajKlo llliyine. Anna Scnkrnb, tho young American viollpt n'rkt a lltt fa our hdds Isto, is having great succcs3 In her concert 5k T wUh taritat mr Hnuie end Ujntr Mslo tour In Russia. Sho Is now in .Moscow, IWWthoexecTiiaJotgaln Street, In Htsnfjrd, now occupied by Mr W. M. commenciug with Jan Bogle for tho year 1887. Roslna Yokes is playing In New York again . 'flteygrow yrl'hKrwiytog, uxry let, 1887. . . WasWngton Critic, in ".Tho Schoolmistress," which is as successjtrtfi. KA.TR.114y fit-- . -last year. ful 04 woca her jltofaro.K. I. , Chaiictj to Mako a Fortune London comedy "Tho Great. Fink Peevrl,-Somq cnterprlajng man will mnku a farco, after a run of' 20 nights In that me, NOTICE TO'OnEDITOkS tropolis, Is to Lo produced in February In this fortuno next ycarby flttUig up o barrel In country, with a portion ox tne kngusu cast, which bridalcouplcs may mako tbo tour of. OF TUE by Charles Frohman, who has secured the tho Niagara rniUds. Chicago Tribuno. right. Tho p4ee li described as J American LINCOLN LAND COMPANY. A Couplot tifjfftbu'iitL.&eiise. anotuer -- rnvaw BccrowrK." W your nelahWryifeiff you'd saro If ' 6catt;r asltes oft the fiivp. All pereone hsrlng debts egilnit the' Lincoln SOME EARLY 8TARTS IN LtF, Land Compauy are requested to present theut to ' '..vrtewarU Journal, J W. Alcorn at his omca In Bunfonl, Ky". III). T?' ',' r.. rt mil A Thomas Mooro becau to v rlt5 poems when l'rt'ldent. Olrl. The T I Tills U KconomlwalOrrttlf ctlbt hawaill. , tho haJyifeaSmSvhyn thogj-eragj tn wrlt wrsou lww Thn twt Kouthnr juung jaty uum.ui.,fv' iuiuuiiiu.uius us r. fore ho was HI. vpMlrftnridtveariuiJ'Malhemreadvtomji I Miltou began ta woo tbo inuso tvbon hayras trfherdcaWriondAiaw ir.... News. ' "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." but 10 years, old.. A X 4 13 TbeiOrlRlnnl nnd Only CJeHtUne. AWt Schiller wroo and published a poem dtf. iM alri StU.W.. BMf wortilw. Soon down the spinas of many men i . 1. 1l.ri.U.U u LA PIES. Uk. m70M IiraMtHt lf A.t . wuiycnr. aiosesinuis f!ntli.lki.l lMr c.U.r,.r tutint M, Will run tho cUlbj ky rlor mirft. MiiuU w Henry Kirk Whito published a vojumo of It's drawing near ibe time again Wmi)) PAPER. VUUhntrr ChrmlrflV., New Year's bule, j iwcms nt tho age of 17, t For . W 'VBoktoa Ouurlcr. SoldUIrirl.eferrwhrrillifcr "Chl.hra .. Bryant's "ThauatopsUVnas publislml beurt Kpii.u rnrruru' rm. 'JO- .fore tho writer reached the ajo of Etsnford. ForealebyDr.M.fBOUEHB, Tho Teinptutlon ttKJe. k Shakespeare wroto "Hamlet" if he did 4U (t potMibio to teach glrtahow to whistler ago. wilto jtwbjR'hd,ivas only years of asks ra exchange, It u.vj't&you 'will only BuliverXrtTcAi.v Bavunl Tuvlor and tlio HUrPMAIi, alone after JIMy get their lips XiSB when puokfojlnp. Burlhigton.weo Press. pot.Jvca"tin.fO,te artkln Clara Morris company has been account of her serious illness in I have lately nurchasod tblt botel eni have Beeklcghouee on the line of this road will receive made many Improvements la It Clrcuinntntices Wero Against Illm. special nice. I Inteudto keepeeerrlhlog li oret.cUue style, "Do you know whether tha doctor went to and maxeoiiiy moaersteeaargee. VBee Ageoieof this Company lor ratu, routes nave Deen oa toe rota lor reeersi year i AjO- or rll Mrs. Graps'yebterdayP as i C. 1. arMOBE, O P.AT.Aj traeelin men nod will "I think so. At least there was crupo on know the wants of to stop with me. I 180. 1 make Louisville, Ky yr. It tu tbelr Inureit the door this morning." New'Hnveii News. IlE.1.Uece.v,r.Ul,DeUB' Ueneral ofll cm, Corlngtou, ky. HBWPOsT O.A.KEKLEY, Oen.l'aM. Ageut, Trav. Pau. Agent, "' ,e,nt ' lb' O. & M. m --T- HE- 4 SISSISSIFfI VAUW, I r Ill Only & MISSISSIPPI fl. w CHESMEOHIfifiOIJTE Keiituekj'H Iteute oa HHl 181-J- Tbtdlrecttbrougb l)neandold establlsbrd PfU from ' Louisville & Cincinnati to St.&Oall and all points in the West. "Two m Deny Trains from umisruie 10 01, lqlii Three IJ) Ually Trains from Cincinnati' - Washingfton, Phtladolphia and flew xorif. -- ? fv. , iO toil t' KOt to bt. luli. from Loulullle and Cincinnati r to VI, Louis. . iueouiy line runulng b'LIsllAX SEiV 8L131ilINil S avo CAKH ''''' The Only Iine by whioh you can a TnrouKU uieoninj' uar From CIdcIdsII to8t. Louli. V A SOLID TRAIN 4; ionftville, Oinclnnatl Connecting tn Leiington, Kj, depot 137-i- ltrn o .J - PENNYROYAL PILLS ?. CM.r' rpVirt other routes sod ClDClnnatt toHt. Iuls, made up of a combination of snal roads, llnerunnlng 1110 d Xr TW through from Uutivllle w. OO VtX, I'tbeonly being all Past Trains for New York. all Vlr.il nl. Noith Cruliua Points. '.For llcketi end lurther lniornitlu, epplt yournoreulereomcQr Bddrs IV. W.Moai roe, General Agent, Losimton, Ky. Jd tbe eauie with' Lynchburg. Il". XhoUblo t. Mlsslnlppt Railway runs Palatial Blerplnc Cars on ulgbt trains, l.uiurHnt Par. lb Direct Bouts to Drllle, Norfolk aud mid th lor Lars on day trains: Elrpaol Day Cwaob- os on all lrfu 1. lidect and close connections ere taadsla DNIOM UKPOTd with divorcing I'nce by tbaO. A M, Uallwey, ibua avofdlng treblesoute trans- . fere by otb jr routoe. The Okie A Ulatleelppl II si 1 way Is tbe only lint Vly l'ieldent. (Iin'l liutsvUle, Ky, Pf' x.' r. 1 8TAN"0RI), BhsVao't fall out ot tha hammock now, For tho hammock season's past; And kIu can't fall out of tbu rocking chair, ,. . tor the lover nous ber rast. Hartford Timet, 1 KT. (Am w HI) u tu. solfyersllotsl eMvoua Olflsi '. bourn side Melh Jtrwa, t ce- wuu'If'hw im ... under one tnensseiurol, niunlne a II Its trains throuf u solid and In consequence llsuU bela recognised Flrst-CU- u tween those Cities. to ticket Ageoia of oonuoctlug lines tui Apply lull partttiulsis as lo rales, tttae. wops, clrcuhn or any desired Trav. Pees. Ag't O. 4 M. h'y, Komerset. K t9.B.8UATIUC, JOHN V. DillNAlll), Oeo. Pais. Ag't, 1'res. and Uen'l Msn'gr, algar 1 to s uavs. l'BrAN, Cincinotl, 0. El Strui B T luNlidNw. Urdnlytytta CiealeU v e Mrllilly you u 11 ui. irteonmend ,.intf iD,M,hlt a2d"r iliU Wt hir. toll coatlJ.r. JbU, dln tttrr m u kiglu Ce. utWiillca. AUatt A- LUk. - 01aolaaatt,MMII HuJwo.N. Y. SeUbyDruggUti. rrica ei.eo. , UBesX kaeiile iiaaj isiisiesBainUafat . Iiili iaasialiasaeeaiMaa1iaiMiej