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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887122001 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 1887 $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 VOL. XYI. to Ifitetukf ImiftmL STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1887. NO. 291. STILL THEY COME The Crowd pushes too hard, and tumbles over the bodies of those who fainted. An Immense Excitement and People talk about Lynching the Scoundrels. I THE THIEVES CAUGHT AND JAILED CxTJIsrS & ro Clothing Dry (mkmIs, is ! "ALL ABOUT THE LATEST NEWS." How Happened and what was, is explained in few words. STORE OF U- KLASS was so in order to avoid any more accidents fainted, and one a cried THETHIEVES, the Police- arrived in time, and crowded yesterday that two personsand give each some onechance FIRE to a'et some of the great bargains almost given away, Mr. Klass had two special men stationed to keep the crowd ever tne nistory tttaniora give uml Caps, ami a cnance to participate inNo .Mercy, siaugntermg Everyone willinand must go.inCASH buys them, oi will be charged, tnis no 1'itty on any Article. saie. in line, in order to Shooi, Hutseacn onefurnishing 9uch a uncrifice. Arc, iVc, sold nothing IJ'ota anil (mmhIs, PISTOLS ZEKZEEULT it DISPLAYED it Como flhort oiilv till Inimiiry 1st utid no longer. ebaneoTn my biwIncM. . early in the morning and avoid tho rush. ItapccUully, it Ladies are sspecially requested to come in the morning before the rush, llemember this is a forced sale on account of positive 3D. K.LASS. r-- t t i We made a very narrow etcape a few Last week's rains have put the Totnble A RAMBLER'S COMMENTS. tucky, and that ia compulsory education. am certain, ''Hod Inoketh bee up and I made the discovery from lit day ai0, A runaway horse, maddened In the matter of popular education the heart,-- ' and every word welled up (Contributed. rushing current that we are on the left with fruht, came dathins dowo the etreet Slate is decidedly in the lead. She approAccording to Grover'a Greeting we have from thnileptht of till honest one, i( it was bank and not the right, a incorrectly re- with frinsnti o' hM and a tingle The priates to free school purposes more than "a conceded National Treasury." uncouth in it expre-sio- n OOD 18 LOVE AMD NOTHING EL8E ported in mr last Crossing it nt midnight, tree (lipping riht and left, for a clattering president' remedy for this unhappy condi- half of her annual revenue, and almost a? We have had a large attendance of the in the cut without knowing it, had caused attachment, increainu hU terror with ev tion it very lite mother's formula for a much more is derived from special taxes Young men of Columbus, t" well at of the the blunder, and the first time w saw it ery jump. We were near ouie lartje treet similar condition of her bay's belly, viz: for public school buildings tnrougbout the Keveral bel anil tteadiett church-goer- s there wax no perceptible current to indicate and theltered ourtelvei behind two of them "To bed without supper anl a dose of cas- State annually. Tnat much of this fund preacher live who been interested hearers whir'i way 13, 1 ". COLUMHUii, Mil' , Dec. h ran. I'o tin cniial glance it m bet we could II- barely tuiiued the tor oil " A naty doe hut it infallably ia wasted in various ways is apparent to II iptitt church, and the of teemed at sluggish at a bayou. one hehind which Gaor'H and I had dodK hae arrired at The pattor the cured. With h lea ler And au , both any obierver who has yisited much in the Dbak lNTKKloit:-- We i my The more we tee of Columbia and its ed; dathed into n piling fence, with one vigoroutly Alive, democrats ought to be remote distriele especially. But the greatmeeting which most popular preicher in the city, tlml agreeable point in the of people the belter we like both, Yesterday's wild bsund acro'-- i the pavement, and fell hannv. Give lit Cleveland with a denle- - est waste is from the failure of parents in familiar old acquaintance Djbbs, who had charge lone experience hat made u to tome churchee in Madison ciutity tome 20 drive revealed many befoie unteen beauties. "all in a heip." I supposed he had broken -- the "HtitB popular" stag, or ud lreM(ry lher than B)ain wkh a purse. these districts to send their children to the with, m: years ago, or therealnuts; whom I had lat The great number of old fashioned man tilt necR in tne ternuic coiiitton, out he proud covernment ," where good Christian an impoverished schools regularly. In regions where there "arbor of that of the burteen on the melancholy tlont, tcittered on every Btreel, it dittinct-l- y s aggered to liii feet after the momentary people. is most illiteracy, there is, of coursr, less at. he rested, alter a lough tcraui (ell asleep, ial of my old tcbolar, Wilier Kngleman noticeable. The opulence of ebade trees, siun was pist, and feeling his old attach tendance upon the public schools. If a Difficulty." Tl.ere, too, ble up the "Hill of anil with whom I engaged in joint funeral especially the ini;noliat, in a mott charm- - ments still clinging to him, tore away again It is time for some sentinel upon the parent knows nothing of the pleasures and hl preciom roll, uniier he dropped . ..,. ...., 1 ...vi. ITa linlila liii. nitfn' InAlri. ivaII , Iiub have nowhere teen down street. la his wild (light the single- - ramparts to take note of a very innocent advantages of education he cannot comprewhoe luxuriance beguiled him to hit second wife, and It a Nvorite with hit lm. ieltlrei And ,llch proves of crape mvrlles, which here tree at length got wrapped arjund a email looking suggestion by General Sheridn in hend the importance of it to his offspring. by the "LOUD abuse the protition made own people, a. well a the CJUimunitv gen Krow jn,0 rew ofpn ,s nd)fl(, ,Q ,W(J feet enpling, tore loose arid when he found he his annual report of the United States If it is right all know it is not juet to of the highway" for Hit weary pilgrims. erally. I don't know what he is gom to , thB stock and 30 or 10 feet in height, was it fre, the poor creature slackened his Army, viz: that the various bodies of Stale compel by law the owners of property to Wherefore, "for the preenl distress," it do about thit -- gospel" that hat invaded the Mot jemnrksble growths they teem to pace and was soon captured. We were on Militia hi organica'lr conoectel with the contribute money to provide schools for to tarrr in better that we hae little time .jiiet precincts of bit church and captured Kor,,ern eves, d to the weak the very verve of an awful catastrophe, regular army. Toe standing army is only the education of the poor of tue Slate, the that stage it reached any oue place, afler I on on some of hit "gilt edge" memb-r- s phrub e bT thftl name) ;n colller l'raite the LORD for keeping us in perfect about t! 1,000 meo, jiite sutiiclent for the law is ono sided that does not compel atbut straightway exchange our warm "nest"' ly praT he may be him-econverted, as I cUa)e WhT eTery vi,,Ke jn ,e 8oulh j, safety. salutary tonic needs ol a democratic government in time tendance upon ttieie uieaua of instruction. of pampered pelting for the wa from and preach It in ,10l horned wjth magnolias is a mystery to Our present programme is to remain in , 0f thro but ridiculouily sm ill lo supp It is d s:ouraging to a tax piyer who fully of the next tection of the frigid xine, hitownearnettand impretive way. He WPi ,Kln ,0 ,hH wonjer ,hnl overtakes me Columbus till Sunday noon, nex; then run thepeice, or justify the neceity of irt dignity the recoguiZM the orrectnesi of the great prinmay be called to pM. It it al which wr who has the "coinage of hit con- - wht.n l rememb that our own matchless down to Kosuisteo and refresh the sainls great army of commis-tinneamusing, to it s man officer 2 500 ciple ol Ire sc loots lo se-- tne little real way Interesting, tometlmet victions," if he once gels on the "right mu ull(lIe ifl by most, when it there with a four dajrs' meeting; going on in all, who are f.iring sumptuously and good the ton mark Increasing ui fund i d nog ia regions watch the mulatlont that ,, ,ine to McCimbCily for Oh, the-- e sectarian "tlraight- ml4,hl l0 jorll every front our Christmas holiday. drawing big wage! for no serrice. gel Irsck." Tnis waere it wu eipeuully designs I to benefit. interest in the Truth we preach. IM a no ever , How they do cramp many jacket.' Kentucky. The fa Don't know where after that We are proposition of General Sheridan is another Tae writer llTvktl tou eofieij corering cleaner; tleaK ten.ierer; blelif.' I have a fancy that Mr. Hpur- cin designate points in tbe tuity ol this generation, North and South, trusiing the LOUD for that $500 to begin step towards destroying that balance of mountains where teachers of public schools of cream; and m.lk with a large proportion geon would treat me verr dillerently, if I exceeds comprehnn-ion- . I am happy to a New Orleans meeting with, which we did National and State authority upon which have drawn per capita SO per cent more Kenerl attention more and more marked., returned to London, now that he hat shak- hotel-s, af ,h(ll Olumbm tiai fully recogmxad the not et last winter, nor any part of it. Our rests the structure of our federative gov- - ltin the average attendance in their schools of course, in boarding-houseTint, taken en loots from hit, and fell the teachings of iu0()m(,sble growth that more than dear friends who haye money also have the ernment and it exhibits the same principle" He know of seteral families, uot or the place in which we have been het, from the furnace hit unkind MJ olner nllornH ,he Sllnny Sou,hi whe(l mo-- t touching and unq lestionib e faith, which actuated him in tho days when dual single OLe of whoe cnildren h.ive ever a " H Ting no con- - the In from "a ernre of duty Ktptist brethren have heated up for him. ow m.n half chance, ll tnat the LOUD will send it, without any Slate goyernuienta were fashionable under sciool a d ly in their lire", yet they neclion whatever with that tweet courage to dider frc m v . i.h n ...nn..,, hslf- - of their help or say so. I nave not found ()... it has tince he hat had the ssrd for a per capita In two reconstruction mtho U It is about as b- - nave nwen that lofes first and gie the bet ty tnem "A fellow feeling uitkei in won BW,er here, who holds the Lttin chair in the such faith, in, not ineven the most trust surd as a proposition to appoint the prosid auu three d fUreui ecajol districts every from the Mrt e dr.)Ut kind." and he has had a sharp Industrial Iustiinte men.i ned in my liU ful of uiv impecunious admirers. I need ing officers of State Legislatures frooi mem year been against tit I ;f Get us a compulsory educational Tne elements of the cup he onre mingled forme. (Jood Lv,t wetk tle ,0)k , , over ,he trHnj connot say that I highly esteem, assiduously bers of Congress. statute and p r laps we will not need tbe part of the past week, but tlie . . Kreter I1V n Imn nlatl ' eland-ar- d, psianiisnmeni. ni whichi l l?ivh h.i meagre inculcate and insiintingly praise FAITH ""i-- lull ii.rmitfuil "' rJ wuipping pm so ure i'ly m a few )eira. gregations kept up to fair weather teui. How much umro mellow and fra an account. I know nothing like it, tho' But this superlative, transcendental, superiTirdly had we timid country people notwithstanding. A larse number of grnt hl life will be henceforth. His ens I presume there are many tqutl or even human article, thai stems without a lltw or from the 'right which Mr. Wat List TueJav's H'lie of the INTERIOR men, who never go to any church, attend mies, like our great om, hoped to rcorch superior to i' in other place. It is a sight break, or htsitition, is mi tliflerrent from terson's Money Devil gave us until we JouitHAL contained more evidence of edipasses in which steadily, and not a day The fires they light shall only oon- - to witness the diflerenl employments ol the kind I am acquainted wiih, in myeelf him were coafr jnted with a more terrible, mya torial lbor Hi hi mi of uw umv iitilit-i- - of something analogous to this doe not occur, - "uu,e Intolerant dro- -. leavfng the pure lne,,e r,,ine(l lookim; young ladies, as they and other-'- that I hard'y knjw what to do terious monster called "trusts," which that date. The It m ....i mttur - irl ther remoyet dif gold to shinu on in its native brightness; uiie frail t d y Udulud all nnn iiittom"" " pursue their specialties in telegraphy, type with It. O, for a faithful hand, who trust threatened to corner our whisfty. But as tine laoor is ni in nt to the ciumiis. rition lets in Acuities from the various lives and but for that encumbering it, writing, type setting, fancy work and rr etl the I.OHD in this nutter a little less the devil had to do with that which we did of slntnful light. "Out to hear you last that, and the univerthe would have glittered 111 its full, inherent ponss original designs In wall piper, etc, and worked a little more. iii- - n nixtiiu-nts- . not have, and trusts with that which, under sal plaudit-to- t a stranger yesterday, "and I night," said glory long ago For he was an intolerant etc; and side by side with these the humGko. O Hmine-Ever in Jesus, local option, we could not get, we remained want to say to you, dear sir, with the surely a humiliating spectacle bler pursuits of washing dishc, setting ta 1 C"ecl.s, postoflice money comparatively serene until the news came a ne on tne soul tried man, that greit nun, Entcrprue man rnet thanks ol a for angels an I men lo grz) at. Hut he was hie', sweeping, scrubbing tl tors anl ironorders, or note-- , at 30 days lor sums Urge that a Freach "syndicate" has cornered all for amusing li'ui-el- l answend questions that had witn editorial uonsid-erailx- n your sermon loogenuinely good and great to remain ing in the ciptcinus laundry In fact, or small may ht seni to me care LsrKKton the tin in the universe and now proposes to of a 1 n:ai fire department, while gradually but surely tiniieu me, . m.iiii I thus In . . unit ntl lliu Wl.ilf.nl nt (lrn everything is done by tlie girls except the JoUHNAl.. Sian'O'd, Ky. iiiiicasnniis a landlordism, put its own price upon ten cnt wasn.pans sucn itispirnturT wishes, towards the aw ui..... ui .,, shall, out of this devil's rough road of re. cooking and washing, but so apportioned . -- vi. iltci'e-- , buckets, h i trusts, ni'MU'im . money devul ""' ...u '" twenty-cen- t A ucce-stui .aria,, optrtion that Irinue tne nirnm C. intrdi.rllllnn hrini. the awnnlnaa nt and systematiz-d- , that regular studies are "- - ; begiu to ils, Uud jmoheis, nier'i runts modern grand elcnuence at ail " " now that we villagers and firm-r- j ' 'i Ctllellty. . nliml..nB. llf Kinlliun'j ri.lill.. IJn.l'- - not interfered with; and the drudgery is porforuifil on colored woman al Btlii . " ' , real.ze that we are being rapidly pressed spiritualism, iir fl Ui mayorilly I j . ihU. nor mark ol a set speech, hut the w u oi uirt e tier comes not made burdensome, but wholesjtue more, mother and child both living and a beaming riuiiie over again; m I' ,lwn to the patipir line, of a full heart cintesis and pwing Dodge doing well This is the etcoml siuces-fi- il utterance forth meal; out of the sir in,' awiiiiiie;" by and ever pleasant It is a place full of way an I .r ven'lUiorn of his are around only told in the Impressive that divine alchemy thai extracts tine geld promise and blessing for the rising genera operation of the kind in the L'niled Stale. Al,r' I"" t0 ,,,e rel "Ml1 Hml whi,e hore ilk. Km Nsm fi l.ilf'l umir similar cirgified e- tleman might naturand -- G.n Black, CmmfMoner of Pension , Not chango them tioii nf Missirsipm wrirls. from all htser metals f"ID ...c.uueo to uitKe n ee cumstances! ally express himeeU. Some can only speak That was the uiitttninahle dream of the f has selected 1 site lor a brsnrh of the j Ijuieilodut, bit dat, the Litins have it. . n, I.if.uraoli's ivirT litter- i -' National home 'or disabled volunteer s il ries of twenty tea's, nineteen of which af inmeiapnor. uu.n of eulh. and like them retained its And we always think with special lender-ties- ., fi'uied the theory and the twentieth he de:. Dunk anil my uenr uiu menu Santa M mica, C.il Tne ril hiilt iwii-"- etrthines", through a tl'OUand abortive at of alleciionate remembrance of the first diert al Young's commonest conversatnn was nnd 1150 acres of sires to submit to you for decision. That John tempts It never did and never will mate extended hand of welcome; the first word donated $100,000 in advi-edl- y a brief de you may lake the Home poem to listen to a land to the ... I.u i.iiirlitnv. but rather rialize, because it touches the realm of the of apprecitlive encouragement; the first scription of the personel t not amiss. The namo on a package of COFFEE Is a .i Another,.!.. Bucklens'sArnica Salte moeiue Hut man's linpvsihle is G id's gift of kindness; the first inviiAiion to th . .! fiery cret of tbe lady in the case was very guarantee ot oxcollonco rougner lesiiinuuj In ill ' tiiwr of lll possible, and He Win ''oommanded the 1 tin lies! salvo In the world (or Cuta, Brulien, family circle. a was tho spontaneous promise of alt Hlipimi, Kever borca, Tsttor. pronounced; her blazing tresses flished in i'ore, Ulco's, Truth, light to shine out of darknes" can "make The fust one to take in by the hand in Ch,ii)d Hands, Cbllblalns, Corus, and all Skin tho sun like a lambent torch, bu- - no white poor fellow, whose red eyei, sntlused with the wrath of man to praise Him;" "restrain heartily welcome was Kruptloru, and poiltlrely ( urea Piles, or no pay Columbus and hid im horse was visible in any direction. Soe honest tears, and inflamed countenance, the remainder;" .and "cause nil things to It Is Kiiaranteoil to Klve perfect mtlsfic-tloii.our now steadfast friend for life, 1 doubt was, luiKever, esorled hi n typical dude of COFFEE Is kopt In all first-olatoo surely, what his besetting proclaimed, Price, lb cents jier box iu ney refunde-1work together for good ti them that love not, Mrs. Snail; who Ins nince cost fully the miiis bickwuod, whose swaggering gait stores from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific- l'orsalu by A. It. l'onny, tiuiuford, Ky. sin was. ne ui ii.- ng accepted our gnpe), and will, I fel eure, with God, who are the cillsd accord away and tltshy dress betokened a howler from and said as he dashed ' A Woman's Discovery to gave all for whom Christ do muc i to spread the good news. She is s purpose" Upper troublesome His Ni 11 brogau the hack of his hand. "Doctor, the tlevil ! Uieil "Another wonderlul discovery has been male ....I.. I ui.nl a gifted writer on temperance, as well as an shoes were laced with wide strip from a driving me long biiik", too by a lady in this lount. Disease and thai been Is noror good when oxposod to tho air. Yesterday afternoon a barouche, drawn earnest worker nnd speaker, when oppir fastened Ita clutches dfreshly I mined ground-hoskin; his abrevi lior and lor seven year to you now, I've drunk my last 'tod;' -d ' by a Always buy this brand in hermetically pair of hays, drew up before our tunity oilers, in all religious works. We she withstood Its severest Luis blither vital or- ateil breecnes, unble at the knees, showid sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES. t,n i ,i,,n't siinuose the dear fel l Immithree inches of yellow, home knit eorks to heaven ' modest hotel, driven by an intensely "color-tha- t shall never forget her first kind greeting, gans were ondcrmiiicd slid death low will ever know till he gets Kor lurco uioutlis after the first service, nor her early call the nent.rnuld not sIihi. bbo she touched iuccsMiitly above the shots mid presence ed gentleman" in a glossy "stove-pipe- ;" inches of blue bought ut us nbotilnof yiul he literally "swore HI" i" "y the emphasis he had and all this grandeur at our disposal. The next morning; nor her pressing invitation Dr. King's .e Discovery lor lonsumptlon and checked hirt between the waistband and That was evidently all ordinary girls, in a handsome surrey, and a skittish to her hospitable mansion nor the many was so much iclievod on takiug first doso that she in- - striped C ittonade ves'; his thick coat of ever learned to put upon Ins ut browns, were whisked wiyh in which she took away, at once, the slept all night and with one bottle lias been mlrat- - rtarrci covering a seven and wasn't meant for profanity any team of words Who do not take tbe Herald uud tilously curol. Her n line Is Mrs. Luther Lutz ' by tor, should ""untel with a low of a sailor, of whom away by a couple of splendid young fel feeling that we were "strangers in a slrunge Thus write W. C. Hamtlck .1 l o. ol M.elby, N. C iwn hel,1 Wrt5 more than the answer this uieeting-- in another Nnd " at crowneu su biiij men wikii nai; iu Get a trial bottlo at A. It. Penny's drug storo. told me. After a pungent a navy chaplain t Mnnip direction; while wife and I reclined in state And the first man who "did likewise" Five slim neck was encircled by a sixteeti-iucsermon ol the sort that sets strong men to The Verdict Unanimous. It had been renins, and fver will, that grateful place -- A. coll ir, and, sticking in a thming red weepini! he accosted one old tar who was in the more imposing vehicle W. D. bitlt, Druggist, lllppus, Itid., tost ties: "I piper ?inipU copy of that psper and a beautiful won by hard lighting and we enjoyed In memory. He is our young friend, Mai can KiouimuuJ llleclrlc liiltors os the Tery host s:arf was a pin surmouuled with a huge nobhinf? bitterly, eitting on a coll of rope, chariot us an earnest of the colui Franklin, who sent a load of coal to reiuttly. Krery lajtlle sold has given relief in ev- celluluid house Now, il this lest counts, will, the iuetlon: "My friend, how do the triumphal ... beg iu with, seeing that to be our first prac ery case. One tuau took six lwttlts and was cured this writer is a c nverl to the theory for u. miiiiwu...- - ... uiunu you f...l I., ii.- -' Hinder OlVOIlr ROIll'il MlVa ltd and follow ot ltbeumatlsm ol 10 years staudlug." Abraham life. Size I'll''1! Inches. the characters righteous judge, will give us at that day." tic il want at the court-hous- e, Onlo, atllrms. "Tne Hare, druggist, lion?" "D- -n bad," was Or send names and addrrsaesof ten armor Wny not' It is "an hundred fold" down ed it up with u visit and warm profer of btst 'blllug medicine I baio ever handled In my ... ..... i.n.,QJ, ..,!. .xnrewil In the most Presbyterians of dlBorent Umtllu who il the In due time, it is hoped, the editor will not now take the paper, and as well as unulteiable reduplicatirn. service, in any department, an long as we 20 years' experience Is Electric Hitters " Thoul ut KaRlih he knew, 1 am B.iro it here, and sample copy free. nervous up yonder. Our worthy coachman did the remained In Columbus. lie has been our sands of others have added tbelr testimony, so enter and press his plea for a whipping post Mrntlon unmoor cburcb and pastor, and say my vrbore ynu saw this Address shocked no listening angel; And Is unanimous tbal Electric HitItw for the punishment of patty larctny honors for his sick "miestis," who was not iude'atigable friend from that moment. that the verdict AMU HKIULII Elm l'ltt.SIIYTElt, Ok ters do euro nil diseases of tho l.lver, Kidneys ir profane inebriate, who told me his US btaitT, ClxciMfAis, well enough to go out with us, and droye G id bless him. He too has claimed the Blood. Only a half dollar a buttleatA.lt. I'enoy'i There is, in your writer's humble judgment, feryently, yet in language resolve o Drug titore. mi oue statu e ui ire sadly needed in Ken us "in and about" to our hearts' content, full dberly our gospel brings. to the drawing room, gave "joy in GEORGE O. BARNES hetven," upon the I Fr i'itA.iHia miia :loic.i. rcion ,,i .!. ............. .,.., .... accu-tome- ru lf j yi,j ry ilo 1 ,;,,, h"e ta-t- "" a. , , V drs -- cirre-ipin'lwni- jut . S.-A- heui! S-- j i .... " -- ,J ." ... -- wJ six-qua- rt u, liikig ir !' rev-nu- e, vri: w .,,., " zs - - ARBUCKLES' ARIOSA ss ,,,, . tolls ... n..l COFFEE . g ,,.i bging to ) ' h ,lir PRESBYTERIANS J lows-con- veris SEIST One-Cend lr h I fMj 1 FOR ..., Calendar for 1888 I rcle onr. ar uucon-eciousl- y fit Jl Sni-3Heekly3ntcr- ior Sonmal HOUSES FOR FOOD. la a , THE WORLD OF TOIL. In RENTED GARMENTS. F-3VC,W-A.KiE Dorr coal is Stanford, Ky., As tho year is drawing to ft close, I desire to return my thanks to my friends and tho public genernlly for the very liberal mnuuer in which they have patronized mo during thoytar and also to say that I intend during tho coming year to make a greater effort, if possible, to furnish them with everything thoy may need and at prices that will be satisfactory to all. I feel that my facilities are not surpassed by any merchant in tho Stato, bewell lighted building; ing right on the railroad, occupying a large no rents or city taxes to pay, paying spot cash for nearly every dollar's worth of goods I buy, selling altogether for cash or to strictly good men, having no losses to makeup off of those who do pay all of which are certainly considerations for close bikers. I shall continue as heretofore, to keep everything everybody wants and with a cordial invitation to all to come and tee my An Amatour SlauRhtor-Hous- o December 20 1887 Now York Park. A Cak-wiik- Texas. Astvinki-oi,ss demund nil along tho lino. works aro to bo started hi W. ?. WALTON. J. II M I c Ksol.lin workmen aro arriving In larger numbers, socking shop and factory employment. A bny hone, so old ami broken down (lint Uuimoxv MH.I.S, Cohoo,, N.Y., operatives It wus barely able to walk, nays tho Now get from t'i 75 to tl a week, and managers MERSHON & D'BORDE, York .Sioi, was led Into u low building In 10,000 a year. tho sheopfoldof Control Turk, and tho man Tin: Southern manufacturing mills nro two-storwho hold tho huller called "Henry." A working night and day, with orders runTHE limn wearing a white apron and curr.iingiin ning months ahem). nxo appeared in answer to tho summons. Tin: Ptiluth be located Ho covered the horse's head with a pleeo of nt (lladstone, railroad shops will ! Minn., they will furnish emjute, bagging, balanced the axo and throw ployment to 'Jflo men. back hl shoulders. The lmr.se stood moTiik nmniifaetuiers of enginosof all kinds tionless. Then tho axo descended on tho STA.XVOKD, HY. horse's head and tho animal fell to tho nro. very much crowded, uud numerous exground. Another moment and blood was tension ate being made. gushing from a gash In his throat. Fifteen j Ir has been tigered up that over 1.V00 men minutes later the carcass was skinned, out are aimiially IcIIhmI while engaged In coup- ling cats, and '.'..VM injured. We take this method of thanking up and hungon hooks like beef In a butcher' I which are both handsome and useful and ot prices clear out of the reach of Tiik t'hamplou .Steel and Iron Cnmiuiuy, shop "What Is it Intended fori" Inquired tho or rspringlioiti, l., Ims been inooriwrutccl competition and extending the best wishes of the season, and again thanking onr Patrons for their very liberal wltli a capital stock of jlta.),ia). of udont Conklm. F. M, WARE, McKinney, Ky. patronage this year and we hops by roiwrtorwild Sutiorlnt' in tho menagerie," was Tun Manufacturers' Club of l'hiladolphla you. one and all, I am, respectfully, "The animals has a membership tho hundred, "It honest and fair dealings to merit that replyanimalsseems n bit hard, doesn't it, uud is the oul.x club of over three tho world. of its kind in tho of all others that eoiitnbuto NoTWTHTNIINO tllO OUttloW of shoo the same in the ensuing one. Any- most to the comfort of men should be saorl-llcc- d to satisfy the hunger of minimis that manufacturers from Now Kngland cities, thing in the Blacksmithing line done make a practice of eating men when tliov the vhocmakiug industry is more prosperous huvo the opportunity! Hut it really Is not ' than ever. , at cheap and as well, if not better nam. t o buy our horses at the 'horso A ruMr'LKTK et of mining machlncrv to bo morgue' on AenuoA. At thlt place old usih! in developing the gold mines In North than anywhere, and decrepit horses are oiTercd for sale. China mis shipped from S.m Francisco They have served their tune in tho traces and they are generally sold to ho killed. Dealer In Tin: State Hoard of Arbitration ended n 1SSS. We buy such animal mid kill them strike of wire spinners nt I'all Itivor, .Mass., a you huvo seen it done. Wo havo lately. Tho New York Hoard Ims Issued a ! tried thli for a year or more, and Hud th.it circular stating that it is ready fur business. It is eminently satisfactory, not only to tho Tiik stovo manufacturers n.inolNiUt an exHirk management, but to tho owners of tho ceptionally busy IlliiNtrittvd. winter ami spring Tho homos. stm'ks are going down rapidly, "Wo have had horses given to us, too," he W ostein uud Scutheru mitrkeU nro and tho. I havo bought the stock of goods formerly owned by Mr. F. S. Tuttlo and Harper's Bjnr ii home journal. It combine o.aiud-ing-literature and tine art tlin Not long ago a wealthy resl-deam doing business at his old stand. I have made large purchases sinco I cho re Intelligence rn;irJlli Illustration withBich continued. latest the fashion, of Madison avenue gave us one of tho number has clever rerlal anil bought the stock and with the large and well selected stock that Mr. Tuttle cal and timely essay s brightshort stories, practt handsomest nurse I ever saw It was Ken- IIITiik Haley Mfg Company . nt l)e Knlb, poems, humorous , tins loen organized uud IncoriMirsttml n Ita pstte-and platp had, lam now prepared to wait on those wishing anything in the Orocery and sketches, etc will alone helpsheet anitofishlon many tucky bred, as n was used by the gcutlo-man'- s with a capita! of MM, for tho of save supplements Indira riding-horse- . wife One day inunufiuturiiig agricultural timet the coat of the siilxctlptloti, and papeu on while riding it in the Implements of Hardware line. See my stock even if you do not wish to purchasa. urk it had an nttucK various kinds. A GROUNDLESS MYTH. social etiquette, decorative art, bouse keeping in all Its branches, cooaerv, etc., make, it useful lu of blind staggurs and threw tho lady Sho Mix ii.nisn has received n rtimulus Tbe I'limllliir ttcllef Iii tlm I'sr. of t'lilm,,. It. TUOK1U.. every household and a trim promoter of economy. was so hadli frightened that she refusal to In the West,and there is nn urgent demand In edllo fall are marked by good sense and not a ever rklo it ugHin. nor would she allow it to fill III Ii) litis Ltlltr II plulliil. line is admitted to Up columns that could otletid lie driven on Iruilders and Investors for houses. Tbey All old dKtertivt, in the iniplo of In in Ii. trues., or be sold. So he asked tlie uiojt fastidious tatte. ma to kill it ami use it for food in tho aro wanted in small manufacturing towns, rtor llrrnes, vn IvIIIiik n Ne York menagerie Hm man led the animal un to ami rent and sell roadilv reporter a Mtil'ind A.'c11-eaA Mn'iiiNR hus lKHn lnventel by which toleof inidtifght roldwrr. the shecpfold one afternoon and looked It " """" '"" " rniiei at omo. instenil over. I believe that it never would Imvo "Why didn't th burglar chloroform thi I'KK YKAR Harpet's Bazir II 00 luu! another attack of the malady. Theeusa of using engmvc! ridluro, as in ordinary limn the moment he got into the room''' Harper'a Magazine . -t 00 was not hopeless by any means I would clux printing. ttiolei4gws aro "built up' liniulrwl the reHirfer. "You nv he nm SUCCESSOR TO C. II. BISHOP, In a case in solid colors specially .prvtNiml. I 00 gladly luive given ono hundresl dollars for Harper' Weekly there half an hour btitoie the limn oki This leading architects nro now at work up nnd captunsl lilm." 2 00 ItanduMHl it for my own driving, but tho Harper's Young People ...... I tell you thnt the man wnsovnr norso wiw given to iik isirk to lie. killed, ou building opornt tons to be begun In tho Postage freo to all subscribers in the United "Didn't States lana.la or Mexico oarly spring Kroin their stnm!olut tho six fet tall nnd ns strou as a bull, lul. and killed it had to I don't thiuk I Tor snw un animal killed before lu my lifo with provts are a very Iwavy yeur's work. tlie burglar as a Isiy only slxtevn yenrs Tho Volumes ol the Bazir begin with the first OlUce building will be pusrusl in all largo old." Having purchased the Confectionery and ltestaurant of the above, I will number for lauuaryol each year. When no time buch regret. not tho wily "That is case of this sort," cities. "Yes, but what of thnt" Isuentioiud suLscrlpilous will lj( n with thu keep constantly on hand a went on the d.stor continue the business at the old stand aud will number curten' at tun time of receipt of older Thm lturlington (la ) roller mills hare "A iiuwIkt of busl. "Did you ever sw n mitn chloroflrnlllv,' Bound Volumes of Harrer'a Bazar, for three uess men whoo faithful hoi-.-es licen rerhartcietl, and under the name of nave "No." years back. In neat cloth binding, will be sent by disabled by age or accident have sent the Iowa llolling Mill have imsad under thu "Will you go Into a doctor's oilc sums-tlll- l" uiall, KsiKe paid, or by eipreM, fr.e of expni them up here to ie killed. One nfterntmn control of Youngstuwn (O ) capitalists, (prorided the Irel ijhl doci not exceed Jl per nnd s how It Is done t'nless it fur 8T per Volume. last hummer, while I was at my desk in tho Theodore (luelich is president of the now man Is held ilo n by fore or submits Cloth Cases lor each volume suitable lor bind nnnory, a gentleman entered niy ofhco hud-in- g company. himself uillluglv to tlm opwintlon It is Ins, will be sent by mall, jiastpstd, on receiptor n jiretty httlo girl by the hand. All of which I will sell at remarkably Low Prices. I make a specialty of eacn. Sho Tnr. American manufacturers of upir luiHHsible to chloroform him." Kerulttancea should be made by postrthre money had boon ciymg, and I thought I could sco "Yes, but this man ns In n sound ruther are rwseiving hirge orders f nun all selling Stick Candy at 10 cents per pound. Preserves, Mince Meats, Cider order or draft, toarold chaui-- uf loss fuint truces of tours in his eyes. The gentlesrt.s of Kurope, but tho elsrt of Units alseik." rewipaptrs are not id copy tnls alTertlseiueni man gave me Ins curd. Ho and in fact, everything is kept in my store. I have opened a is a bunker on and shcH-- s is practically unknown. The "Wlint of thnt? Do yon know how on without tbe expresj order ot Harper A Brothers. Wnll street Addresi HaKI'I.P. ,t BUOTIlfclts. New Vurk. Swiss tanners are driven to tha wall by It tnks to put n man tiuiUr the luMuele u '".My little daughter,' .sW ho, 'has mhiio-thin- g iicrman cxjmpctiikm OF DRUGS, of chloroform?" LARGE AND HANDSOME she wants to say to yini.' "A minute or mt, I snppoi." lliiMTox Is the iiuruo of an otnliri-1SSS.town " 'No, you tell him, iwpu,' she said, her In Kansas And will havo an experienced man (o attend to this line. Foreign Fruits in "Two or thrve miuules rat her, nnd thi that Is to Isv the inafhiiio-nboeyes tllhug with teurs. believa center of tho Northwest and outhwest first application of the drug Is eertnin to ! I cun great variety. File works and Toys tor the Holidays. See my line before tell hiui.' nksii any living iimn w lio is not under of rHilnisMl lines The shotm will bo b "'Whut is it thut 1 can do for youf'I thestem ANTHONY HUNN, Hustonville. purchasing. largest in the West, and at tho start the lutlueiiCH of mhiik swerful narcotic, IlliiNlrnttMl ! usSeed. llefore he hud tnksn two wluffs of tho will employ vuuo men " '1 Wlint VOU to mr itrair HttL. U'lttt- Tin foundry business has grown to very iiliesthetir ho vtould hnie bwn w Harper's Magazine (s an orgin ol progressive No I don't either. You toll him all nlwut uj MASrEMOX rKVTON. II. II. INOKRSOLL. nud the roblwr would hnv Imeii large proportions thts yoar, and within three thougnt and movnuent lu every department of U...I.I Ill..nl.ln .! hnlf nn hour earlier thnu bo THOMPSON, Ufa the fntnln Itk... .Il...ll..n. I. srlli 'es. sunerlilr JUIM. the gentleman took nitv on tho j curs th- - sue and cost of cwtuiptneiit has 'Hero vear It.iiHirlsnt 1NGERS0LL & PEYTON, rlni? greutly lucnssssl. Alstut tWtv large foundIllustrated, on inniinat West, articles nn Amer I dnilKllter and told me. not wiihiii',.oL.n "Hut they do chloroform jwnqile sotuo-timeATTOKXKYS-AT-IjAW- . lean and foreign industry; beautifully thut ,a favorite Shetlniid pony belonging ui ries, worth from A0,mi to jl.VO.UV), are tww don't they?" nskml tlm reMrti papers on Scotland, horway. tfwilzerlaud, Ak'lers. ' "' lull bad met with an ac. ident in I lie under eours of eont ruction. anu the West Indie.; new novels by William HI ck "If j ou rwfnr to doctors, would sny Till. Wisconsin Malleable Iron Company, TEM.V. KAOXVIIIK, and W. I) llowells, novelleties, each comple'e In lmrk tliut moriiiug near his hmse on up- -r but If you ni en n burglnrs. I would ny single number by Henry James, Latcadln Hearn Fifth avenue Its bg was broken am! ho of .Milwaukee, Wis., are building an addilio. I dmi't know n sinarl lntnce, though and Amello Hives, short stories by Miss Wralsm hnd It tiiWon to kl. ii.i i .i.. tion U their foundry J0 feet long, and put- thw public and the piess IwlleVK there nre and other popular writers, and Ulusirattd '! r couldn't Alllualnesa IntrusUd to us vill he carefully ting up six more annealing ovens, which Ix'iir to have It killwl ..n tbe premof sptclal artistic and lite.ary Interest. The hollo-ria- l stid piouintly attended to. every month. I think I can prove it Iepartmentsarerondiuie-- l by tieorgs William ises and ho wanted tue to acad for it and they hope will enable them f kike caro of inanv to you. Kvwry chh w lisrw u iimn is chlotheir rapidly in.reaeiug trade Curlls, William Dean llonel s and Cnarles Dudley have it killed in tho sboepfokl. Aa he ofroformed, to Ills own account of Warner. JAS. O. OIVK IS WM. AYRKS. Tiik .Staudanl nail aud In.n mill, at fered to pay all the expenses of the removal How Notary Public W. Va , ha just been sold to Messrs. Ins silvmituie, he has reemeted. I ixnsented. That is only one of a number HAKPER'S PERIODICALS. King. (Jilbert A. Walker, of Columbus, Ohio, often do you hear of men dviui under tho of such instances smco it has boon generalinllueuce of chlcnoform when it is ly known that w dwpo-I'KR vi:ts of h .rses m thut and the price aud now l7,iJ He fore this administered I.) H skill.. I plnaicisi,' the same parties al valued witnc IttVOi), 60 manner " Harper'g Ma;szine !l AT: Verr oftn, in.l.-e.- . The m.i.t "How did ou come to substitute horso-Hes- h making the coat fnti.ikkj. Tbe mill has been lie 00 Weekly Harper'a t proerly mi.l with frewh air. and even 341 Fifth Street, for bvef in your bill of fare I" ukcsl idle for a long time, and It is reported now I 00 Hsrr's llazsr the) exjM.rlmut is often fatal. Nv, then that it will be started up lit outv. 2 00 the reportwr Harper'a Young People LOUTSVILir.13, - - It '. . ' do ion think thnt an ignorant tuniclm "Wo found it wis very much cbeaiier and A foundry i to Us o roiled at could Postage frie to all subscribers In tha t'ullisl (136-lkilling Room ' and 6. Crouile Block much more convenient. We formerly nun! Uishburg. Ih A States, Canada or Mexlio of incorp.)rutiou Neithernlwars avoid one eUu Ins tictlm? do I nor auv who has gi & cents n isaiml for our beef, which not us has Inwh naked for by- - a number of promclose) study. a week on an average inent citizens of thut place, who under the ell the snbjvct u The volume of the Magazine beitln wph tne ' not less tiiun "No. sir," milled the) lUlwtive, in Coll- Numbtrs lor Jul- - and IJieemt.er cl each year. How, including the saluryof Henry Zh-r- , VALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, name of tho lcei'bburg Foundry and .MuWhen no time Is specillid.subrcrptloos will begin 0,lrl,UUh'r' our iwiisos for fenliug tbtt rium? Com sen y, prosse ervcling a plant to elusion. "1 tell j ou, chloroforming per of r.clptof with the number current at tha by thiores u a myth and n fiaud It HTaNKOUU. ky. carnivorous aninuils is not over Ml it week. (e worth in the neighlmrhissl of K),HM sons story order. is n originated by the victims to add Hound volumes of Harper's Maazlnv. for three j Quite u saving ns you e and give employment to nearly 100 men. a more stnrtling llnvor to their .Minis nnd years bact Inneatclotb binding, lll be sent hy WALTOJNr BROS. - - Propnoto 8. "liow do you iiianugo to make it so Tiik rolhug null attached to the steam to mall pool. paid on ricelpt of SI per volume. Cloth cllOHp'" account more for lorgcat New Albany, Iud , is Just completed submission, which Iclearly found their weak old and reliable B.uher aucou"Cs that be Caws, for binding. Su cents eaih, by mall postpaid The Iiiixh la caused "Hy Iniytng horses that are worth nothing 'lite first Idea of th- - owners in building was Index to Harper's Magazine, alphabetical anais in Ix'ttersna o than "ir to wait un bis customHccu Hlzo ot Stago, 'JOzSS. Eight oomolete sot of more by fear than chloroform." lytical aud claMltle-l- , fjr volumes to TO inclu.lvo except for their hides and lioofs. Thoy coot to make muck Imr for axles, but they cry Seating capacity, including allry, 60n ers and as many new ones as may come. have dharlng, .Shinioonln, all done In tbe from June, 1850 to June, ls3, tne volume, Svo, us fi ouch, nud we get u rebut) of k'l.to bltdaaniiahlo rnter to good atlruftlona put ill trains of rolls for beams and angles, ouch cloth, $. latest and neatest stvle Tnls piper recommends SOLVED IN SLEEP. for their hoofs aud hidjs." monshould be made by common liar mill. Kverythiug is built and a Kemttianca tnls to m one of tbe best Tonsorlal Artists rooms " Hut all horses nro not lit for food iivenr" ui tho most improvisl plan, uud the heating How ey order or dralt, to avoid chance ol Ints. in the state. I'eiiii) IijiiiIii runner Cridke.l it Newspapers are not to copy tnls advancement 3?..S. "True. I never huy any street-ca- r horses furnaces will prubably use inunufuclurcd Tonsil .Miitlii'iinillfiil Nut, without the express order ot Harper A Hrolheis liocuuso the vetoriiiuiy surgeons employed gas Addrets liAKPKK A miOl'lIECs, New Vnrk Hav. J. Milton Akers writes from Pino and by tho coinpunies doctor them up with &V"II. Tiik how jiuddlo uud plate mill ut I'ern-dale- , Island, Minn., to the "W. J. lioilml thristvm drugs, chit tiy nitre, as mxui as they begin to Pa., owned by tlw CuUsauquii Jirorrf ns follows: "In the winter of Mt. Vornon, Ky. 1SSS. show siKiis of fuiling. These drugs render l'oiuNiny, is rapidly approaching LnVmIii the wrlt-i- was trnching sclusil in them unlit fur food. Only about i4mpletion ami will very soon lie giving emItedford County, Pn., uud IxMirding with it ! Officonext door to 'Vtuiebead's DrilK Store PRACTICAL the horses offered thoro for salo aio useful ployment to a largo number of men. Tho substantial faruiHr iinmed BLACKSMITH, Special u'leiiHun vlven to (1iea'i)l cbildri-i'- . Anthony Pel. for footl." T mill is one tho country, situt' tun. The family was one of reiuurkiiblo " How cun you toll whether you huvo ated on thoof tho llnost inLehigh IllustritttMl. Imnks of tho river, high ingenuity. One night after school the bought a h . :,v.;- - hor r'" roofed, well furnaces well K. S. ilARTI1. Jin. M. PltBKINS " l can generally itidifo bv seeiucr them. everything ventilatml, to turn out a apart, convHisation turned upon dllllcult irob-lenHarper'a WwklT has a well established p'ice s designed largo iu uiatlieinntics. I mentioned ono RaonilKtn, KV., May, 17. in America Tbe but to make sure I tbe leading illustrated they Alb-toA Mirtlu ) rommeuts Everything boloagmg tc thi fairness ot its ed torial uuvHp;r on current llof aio slaughtered forexamine them after ghin-tier- amount of work with comfort aud con- thnt my lumber had sent ine, which I con. t iiitunuIntheir mum venience. ijhim friend, an . uittoiu mot h"rhsiwe flria sldered quite intricate. The question was tics have earned fur It the respect and confidence infectious to readers, and tht variety and (I Businoss done in tbe moat approv- all Impartial literary contents, which include excel two h and otheran average. diseaios Wo kill Mtltt-liwsT lenceof Its ril buy a horse on is too good Simotiiues wo According to the III Aincrli'ii. informa- as follows )s reproduceof froni memory) : 'Sold .".,noo Klemisli cloth for .'!. most deiluito and ahort stories by the but and most pipular that to be killed. Wo ed manner end as choap an tho writers, fit it for the p rustlof people or tho widest have two 'Mft, and Trie new firm hop-- s not nnl te sustain th" rep such minimis now, which wo uso tion obtainable tbe Swiss, orSwiters, Hum-he- r eighth gained as milch ier nrd ns one. .ili.iil.mutll, urw trwa vu.L.A .f l.iln. on.) miriilil. of the prime cost of an Knglish ell. Utatlon ofthBold, bm liilptuls to iud lie many fully two hundred and llfty thousand to All I ask IS a trial. To iuently provided, and no expense is spamlbear ujout Hk park for working purposes. " lu the msnufarture ot tobacco which OhOapuSt, souls in the L'lilUsI States In the Western What is the prime cost per yard, and uj "How is the refuse dmposi-- of '" hr,ngthe hiKhcst order ol artistic ability to will be lo tbe interest ol our hsui'iiti'. 'V win hole phas-of "Wo send itdowu to the offal dock, nnd States they dewito themselves principally the it my piece?' On repeating the quesdsTotvsjiec al attention to our Natural Leaf brands my many CUStomOrS Who haVO pat- - "wn the Illustration of the chanlul home and foreign history. In all Its features H.ir- - there the host told mo promptly It could I'liaiilc'iii; vou for past of Ktintufkf's beat leuf city takes charge and carries it to farming and the making of cheese iii tion Weekly la admirably adapted to be a wel favors aud asking tor a continuation of your traue. ronized mo so liberally I am vory Pir'a tho Kastcrn State's they arc found in tho not be done. out to sea." cjme guest lu every bouieuold. our-- . wo remain, l'.tniufully "I repeated it for him levernl times dursilk industries of Now Jersey, largely in JI,tttTI, A? t'KHMCIXH. thankful and only ask a continuaBLACK TOBY'S FIDELITY. Patterson, and also in the watch and clock ing tho evening until ho had Its conditowns of Connecticut aud .Massachusetts. A tions well fixed in his mind. I nssureil A Cat Tbnt Slarti-i- l Itatlicr Tliitn nce), promising always to do my pkr yuan. llisert national peculiarity is their clannisliness him I had solved It by algebra, of which 0 i H Hsrp r'a Weekly Her .llasti-r'Criie, Tho next morning, on unwillingness to resign their charao-tcn&tl- c he know nothing. host. I fc Toby was a black femiilo cat. with a whlto end Harper'a Magazine peculiarities. About thirty societies coming from my rooms, ho said: 'I can 4 spejt under her chin. Kho always wont with have acquired Harper'a liazar comparative prominence. toll you all about the problem now.' Upon 2 00 my father to his ofllcc, rutnriiiug , Harper'a Young People homo asking him how he reached are tho Hwiters, Among solution, when she had seen linn safe iusido; then County, them established 1MD; in Monroo he said: '1 dreamed it out.' thesmiled f Postage free t all subscribers In the United Stockholders Meeting. I Ohio, Highland, waited for him at tho garden gate until his iu Madison County Illinois, States, Canada or Mulct. for I had no faith in audi established KM; After Fortrvears' the llrat return ut dinner time, says Chittttrtmr. eiperienca In th The Volumes ol the I A meeting of tho stockholders of the Now (Slaris, in (Jrccn County, Wisconsin, straight dreniulng. 'Let mo sea National number for Januarvol Weekly bcrf'n with nn lime During reparation of mora each Tear. When the meal and suiiner' she would sit established 1HI5; Tell City, in Pony County, your solution,' nnd to said:astonishment Ilankof Hintonvllle will he UHd at their banking f hsn One Hundred my Is mrntloned, luhscrtptloni will begin with tbe on his kiae, and ho would now BwA. sal Thousand buusoiu liustonvilleuii the id Tussdaf in Januaand then noapplications fir patent in linllaua, IVKl; Oristly, In (Jruiitly County, and delight ho produced an arithaV VW Number current at tho lime of receipt of order. ry, 183S, for the purpose of electing nine Direct tbs United htates and Foreign coun. tice her by patting uud calling her "Old Tennessee, HH, Helvetia, in tries, tne publishers of tbs bclentllla Handolph metical solution thnt was n marvel of anBound Volumes ol Harper'a Weekly, for three ors iiiseivo me euuiu year. American continue to act as solicitors d yearabaclr, in natcoth binding, will be sent by Olrl." This went on for some years, when I thun asked mora alytical simplicity. County, West Virginia, IsW; Now Kwitzor-lanJ. W, HOCKKIt, Caihler. for patents, oaveats, mall, Htage paid, or by express, tree ot expense my father was seized with Illness of which etc.. for the ITnlted Htatea. and in Haborshaw County, (ieorgia, loTU; particularly about tho dream. Ho said: (provided the freight does not exceed one dollar ho died. During tho illness tho cat showed 10 oomn patents in uanaaa, bngisna, rranc. ; 'An old ninn, to whom I had nt one tlmo Until, In Platto County Nebraska, per volume) for 87 r volume. Uormanr, and all other countries Their ezperl-- . great uneasiness, making distressing ence Is uneqaaled and their fseilltles are Kcrustudt, iu Laurel County, Kentucky, gone to school, cntne to mo lu my dream, Cloth cases for each volume, suitable for bind noises, so that it was necessary to debar ivsi. Stockholders Meeting, Ing will lie sent by mall, postpaid, on receipt ol 31 and, seeing I was troubled about smooDrawlnss and specifications prepared and filed hur tho house each. In the Patent Office on short notice. Terms verr thing, nsked mo the enuse. I repented the Tbo Turtle Was .Shoclcrtl. reasonable. No charge for eiamlnatlon of modsla My father died and was removed in his a should be made by pojtollice money Itemittanc A meeting of tbe stockholders of the First Naquestion to hiui and told lilm that I had cr draftings Advice by null free. I tional Jlauk held at their banking nouto In order or draft to avoid chaoce of losi. coflln downstairs, Tho following morning John lluckley, of Meridcn, Conn , caught told tho umstor It could H Patent, obtained through MunnAOo arenotlced Newspapers aro not m cpy thla advertisement tho cut was found Htanlord on tbe !M Tuesday in January, 1888, for Inthe JSCIICVTIKIC AMKKICAM.whlch hM sleeping on thu lid of tho ft snapping turtlo uud took it to tho central The old man said to mo: not bo solved. tuopurposo of electing eleven Directori to serve without tbe cxprets order i Harper A flrothers. the largest circulation and Is tbe moat inllueatial o "It makes telephone offlco, where ho purposed killing newspaper of 1U kind published In the world. theensuluz year Address HAI'.PEU A BKOTHEU.S, New York. coflln. Tho cat followed the corpse to tho what cnu Tbe advantages of such a notice every patents grav, u distance of n quarter of a mile, U with electricity. Ho let tho turtlo snap bo worked." you told tho innstor; It It JOHN J. McUOlIEUTd, Cashier. And ho reiiionihvred understands. su We cirdislty nd uftor which tho nnimal was missed. Tho at one ond of a wire, put mint hor wire This large and enlendidlr illustrated newspaper your I Sitlief-t- c rtmiy distinctly that ho solved the question by Is published IVKKKI.Y t 100 a year, and Is IU shell, uud turned ou tho full tho known hul fllaorrhcs nuxt duy a member of tho family, who wont admitted to be tbe beet paper devoted to science, instructions received lu his drouni," ami (.lt. W TO J OAYSV Stookholdei's Meeting, to put llowoi'a on tho grave," found poor strength of tho current. Ho uvorsthatho mechanics. Inventions, engineering works, and We lave JlvaBtriotMd nftt t V atle, snlin sol J eono If r. every .4e other department of industrial progress, pubpussy stretched thoro, evidently starving. "hoard tho current go through It, making a ssuis Binciur. " has iven tstufsctUa. it Mm lished in any country. It contains the names of Wlint I ho Aiitiikii Mini Huts. f Food was taken to hor, us sho resisted ull r.olso like it small planing machine," and ho A meeting of the stockholders of the Farmer) all patentees and title of every Invention patented EJS Mr eol by the Tho averaged Alcott Jk Lltk, man throughout tlin each week. Try It four months for on dollar, National Bcnk wilt be held at tbelr banking houie uttempts to muku hor return homo; but It ltft thu turtlo for dead. Tho noxt morning bold by all newsdealers. In ntauford ou the 'Jd Turaday In January, 1888, Hiklun. N Y wus impossible to savo hor lifo, and sho was ha found tho turtle walking around and civilized world annually consume. 415 If )ou have an inveutlon to patent write to for the purpoteol electing niue Directori to serve Clnolnnatl.HPsl Mnnn A Co., publisher ot Sclentlfia Amsnoan, found ono day quite dead on hor master's siiupping ut wires, us though it wanted an- pounds of grain, 70 pounds of msat, 7 tbeentulug ye r. Ohlo.jB SolibyDrufrliU. SCI llroadway. New York. pounds of butter, and JO pounds of sugar. 2vj.td grave. other tasto of tho current. J B.OWSLEY, Cashier. Handbook aDout patents malted fre. riL 41.00. wlo-the- flump Way of IYimIImk Animals In tlin 3luuiiKrrln Cheap llorsetleili Mihsti- tilled fur i:)t-iili- i lleer Thu Hotelier ill Work. factory Is to bo started Va. Tiikiii: will bo a geuoriil movement noxt spring for shorter hours of labor. at Lynchburg, MKK9IION. U, A. d'IIOHOK BLACKSMITHS Christmas Novelties ! 13so , Wo Hustomrille, Ky,, TUOEERs ! pain-lessl- y, GROCERIES HARDWARE Harper's Bazar pura ITIinre Sonin St. I'liol IViiilinn Oliluln Hie. Kiint I'urty C'ostiiuies, "Oh yes, thoy do tlmt Is, not the rrnl society ladles, but somo of those poojiln who want to put on stylo and enn't ronlly uirord It." This was the nnswerof n St. I'nul milliner to tho query nt a filnhr r It wns customary for as to nome Indies in the city to rent opera toilet i ninl hats nud appropriate, bwltehlng Slid for great and gala occasions. continued: "Why, really, I do believe 1 ran go to the tltenter any night and pick out tint rented hats and dresses. Von will llnd nome nt the racis if you are smart enough. Whnt Whv, you're a perfect nlnnv. I did really suppose you knew something. Do you menu to tell me on don't tlim'X there are ladles In this free-aNorthwest who would stoop to wearing some ami laeo 'pom of frills' for which thy had only (ho (he reutnl' of face value What lu the iroild do you supposn we are I onlv wish there lu (ho business for? were inoro of lliein. To (ell voii the truth, mnce you seem cnpnble of learning s unrt thing, wo ilon't think verv intieh of stidi females, but wIibii It comes tobtsiues4 they nte our great mnlnstay, and we don't Intend to oifend them or drive them awnv, for there Is more money in leasing a few choice toilets n few tlmi and getting them bock agnln as good as new thnu In selling them outright. Hut you gentlemen nro so wise nud full of sneer that I suppose you wouldn't believe toe If I told yotl thnt lots of your precious dudes go to their tailors nud rent a perfect ourlt every Imio they want to come out particularly swell. Of course, of course! voti sny it's on'v the so(tqmtel fools who do that. Mtiv I tell you Hint among Indies it is niitv tli most silly coquettes nnd dudlnes that go mil rent their tine llouuees unci particularly mntchlng shades. Oh, well, there are n few matrons nud solwr daughters who do the snine thing, but I siiposw voti bnvo heard in your very iiroinnture lifetime of the codfish nriatocrney, haven't you'" well-knowcos-(tim- J. Aa&oay Hutta, Xaine Harpor's Periodicals, . . blood-curdlin- g 1 I HUSTGItfVILLE, - - KENTUCKY, of Groceries and Confec- 1 bo-co- IVTice tioneries, 1 LINE -- IlarpcrVs lajazinc p ,lon't JESSE J. I , y, 1 AYRES& GIVENS, m ATTORNEYS LAW. y j '... rl i!, 1 toit-olh- C.DAVIS. Pliysician Sur rnni J. WALLACE, Jlunti-Incturiii- g r fS-- f iiriiurN Weekly ono-llft- h HTANronn ky is pieuro-pneuiiioni- s, .niicrsv a fickiv.. s . s ' Harper's Periodicals, ; 289-t- trade-mark- s, a. is-sl- uusur-passe- d. nodlf-ferenc- 281)-t- d V Smi-30lfeh- li JjntmotSf onrna . 1 ENTERPRISE ABROAD. A GRIST FOR QRANdERS. PRESS CULLINGS. Thk buatlo of tho present day, Is said to have had its origin in tho "refulghlt," a kind of bolster worn by tho laillcs of Persia, for the purpose of rounding tho form. A wtnn route one hundred miles long, from lloston to Concord, N. II., Is thought to bo tho longest telephone wire doing Iter feet service A portion of tho lino is 3 HOLIDAY GOODS. -- A Town, pliant leuther la now being miuU In flermuny of tlio akin of tlio cattish. Stanford, Ky. S. O. WALTON. Ddcombor 20. UmstnoaB 8d7 Mner. Tin: prlnt-ipu- l tliiiitrr in Krum-- lma been provided with u novelty In the wuy of u curtain It Ih coiupoHfd of aheet iron und In h solid aheet when rniaeil. Thla l(k-wus tho outeoiuo of tho grout 11 ro thero rcL'ontly. KM)wi:it fiinnliiK Is tho common Industry In tho Mouth of I'miieo K.inr.s of twenty HtUK.I.oN llh.NTIsT, STAMORO, KKKtlTKV two .loon (lll(. irliil.leMin, aloto depot t , BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment Sciatica, Lnmbago, RheuruaUim, uercH in extent, with nothinir hut HowcriiiK shrubs, uro froi'iieut. From those us lilj?h us seven und eight thousiind doilura nut prutlt is uliniiiill.v reuli7tsl. A IIhiti-syiidieutc Is projoetittK u Knuul trunseniitini'titul milrnud frt.in Constunli-noplto ll.i.hul The roml bids fulr to tho world's ilueet eourso to Iiidlu, und will undoubtedly bo used by travelers to Chiiiuiiuil utolilid tho world. Ilia sui.l the road will bo completed in eitfht yours, tlio dllllcultles of tho TariiotwithsiundiiiK sus moiiiituitiH. o It Iuh been found that aulphato of Iron will destroy moss in grass lauds, without Injury to the grass. A ri'(is'i:iiijt s fanner suyn the beat crops he ever raised were obtained by spreading manure on over snow. Tmim the tomutoes to u single stalk, and train them to stakes to insure early ripening uml productiveness. Tut: farm garden Is tho Index to tho state of pi ogress of the farm, and tho comfort, health and happiness of tho family. Ammonia Jfroni tho stables Is very eai-nug- AT- submunnc, river running under the Mystio iTii i. have iuvontod mi apparatus for ' a new ma tin iiianufiieliiro of tftliil reai'inbliiiK silk, in which mullx'rry liber is substituted for cotton. On tcinov-in- t the bark fiiuu tin' young shoots ol s trees a liber Is found which in and tenacity Is not exceeded by silk, and tlie object of tlio invention is to treat the liui-- and isolato tho liber byaniccanical process. Till- - I'ri'ticli riovernmeiit is said to litivo concluded an urrunueiiient with tho K.llsou Compaiiy whereb.N tho hitter will havo possession of the extenslvo vuultsof tho l'nluls Uo.Mil free The vault will be turned Into a teiitrul slorehouso for electricity, und tho imnpiiiiy Is to undertake tho lighting up of the whole of the Palais Iloyal, tho Consoil il'Ktat, tho t'our dos Comptes, und tho Tho-utr- o , null-berrllno-liesy Kraueais A o.mti luiitMtlnti of silk is mail.' in Honduras of piut libra, it plant IiuIikcuous to otmaas Bcratehct. Etitchci, I Spraini, Stralni, SturJoinU, Backache, Contracted Muicloi, Emptlonf, Hoof All, Scraw Worms, Swinney, Saddle Oalli, Bnrnii Scnldi, Stingi, Bite. Oalli, Sorei, Spavin BrnUti, Bnnloni, Corni, Tile. Y Craclu. THI3 COOD OLD STAND-BiwcomptUt for r cr jIkk ri actly what It claimed ft - r It Oni of tin. rrawmi for tbo urrat popularity ol the 3tutanc IJnlmrnl l founttlnlM unli-rn- l nppllrnlilllty. I'.Torylxslyiic.sUi.uchamMllrliHs Tlir Lumberman hp1 It In ci- rff nccMriit. . amlly T lie on r I Ic nr I II fur . 1 1 The 'iiiiiilrriirc.lt It forliltamiiiii!iiUtii'-tThe Mrcliiinlc nredt II alwaja on hi wot ItikIi. cmcrKi-rtcy- . Tlir SllnrroppiltUlncawof Ttalmiif without It. The l'loiirernwsUlt -- can't TIip It K'1wh in ciines from live to twelve feet high and from two to tlirtt' inches in diatneti'r IvITorta nro beinpr tinult' by the MeXKtm (ioveilltnent to eiuouru(fO The Indians use it for tlio Us cultivation manufacture of lmots und sIkm-s- , nets, llsh-iiilint, halterm nml canes Mats of gi (Mit beauty, some of thelit vuluisl an high us iM each, lire made front it Tin: Krtipp gun establishment I'liibruces, in addition to the Iiuko concern ul Kssou, works at Nouwcul und Kiiif. In (ierin.tny, und enormous iron mines at HuIIxki. Kmiiii The linn is.ohhi., moreover, four luro and splendid steumships, twenty nine hx-mothe engines, elvhtv milt's of mi way, curs, niiintj milcH.if tcli'ttntph, sni 4JIU stiMim lsalers, ir.il steam engines, a toUtl of I'l.tmo uirs jmwer. and which coiihuiik's dally ,!() tuns of ixxil uml Mexico sup-plyui- knt oi" It ami tafrtt rrllancr. will Tlir Mock.grnwrr nli tM uoAtxtt of ilollari and a orU uf troultl.. it In tltn-ro- Tlir The lintkranl. llarr-luiirlr- I'nrmrr nedt r It In hi houte. iiU Haiti... .Striimlmiit mnn ortlip llonliiinii nMsIt t nut'i If fl"t anl nwsl H- eoko. Has engines aro suppUmtii stoatn In (ieruinny und Hu-- u They aro IsmiK run in connection with a sxs-m- l plant, uml it is also stuteil that K varnish, therefore, tho carriage should bo housed in u dry place, somewhat removed. I'.mismin contain more nutriment thnn turnips or carrots, ami make superior food for dairy stock or fattening hogs, and, of nil root crops, none keep bettor. Fini'iits matters may bo reduced to n imiuurial state by tho uid of heat, moisture iirtrt earthy mutter. Where these are hay, stalks or weeds may bo rapidly rotted down. J Kpi iiimi-ntwith commercial fertilizers indicate that nitrogeueous manures up'Hjar to bo of little use the second season on grass. Kujierpliosphate ami kalnit hud moro lasting effect Run, moist soil is tho liest adapted to plum ttees. If the hens are to circulate freely ulxiut tho trees, they will fertilize tho soil and intorforo with tho inroads of the curcuho. Hoos will almost winter on clover cut when in full bloom, cured and put whero it can lie had, so the hogs can bo foddered With It twice a day. They will eat it as hay, or better If cut and wetted, with u litt'lo bran or meal put on it. Wiikn a tow on tiiichuuged feed begins to dry olf she a'si begins to fatten, rutting on fleth is all right if not overdone nor commenced too early A few wieks, or x'rhaps two or three mouths, if milk Is not especially valuable, may lx. given to bringing the txiw into condition. I v comparing the condition of the American farm liilxuer with that of tho French (K'usatit tho latter seems somewhat According to a recent writer, farm wage in France ruiiKO from '" cents a day to no and .), and in harvest to t'.', sums which, except tho last, appear singularly small ISy tho yiitr the rate Is JtiO toHO, this and the previous wages by tho day being over and above tho luborer's food and lodging It is u good practice to sow winter wheat very early Old farmers have n rule to wait for frost before sowing, so us to head oil the Hessian liy, which will not deposit it eggs after froat touches the wheat leaves The wheat plant likes u cool climate for its bet development, and succeeds best ncnemllv near the northern limit for its growth After """ or two nusiB thero s Impov-erMie- Anot fifty million cigarettes are Imported into this country yearly swelling tho total number consumed to two billion four hundred million. At this rato thero would bo sixty-eigh- t t cigarettes to evory man, woman ami child in the country. Nhw Yohk City la very much backward In the matter of schools facilities, thero being fully ten thousand children depiived of school privileges owing to tho lack of school buildings. The public schools of ToMoWAILTCtDM9 bo TO-DA- Y, that city enroll ut present 1 IO,t)00 pupils. AiiBTiiiM.n Kurojican Lady tourist attempted to smuggle ushore soino clothes for her husband, by concealing them In her bustle Tho customs inspectors dlicovcrcd the goods, however, and the bustle will hereafter be uu object of suspicion to We are threatened with tho importation of a fa.shlon recently Introducisl umong . ladies in It Is the cuno craze, the habit of carrying u cane with a glass receptacle In the top for cologne, etc. The cane Is longer than those curried by ineuare is more expensive Tiiiiui: is much talk in California of dividing the State ami forming two States, tho southern ortioii being desirous of conrln-in- g its commercial Interests within itself. Tho seven southernmost counties contain a population of 102,500, with a valuation of flO0,()uu,0uO and uu area of 57,000 square Hui-o(k)jewel-headed DEC. 20TH, I shnll open my Christmas Goods, consisting of- - TOYS! -- PLAIN AND FANCY- - miles. Di'Rivo the last five years a wonderful clock has been in eourso of construction iu Wntorburj, Conn. It Is a work of lntricuto mechanism, embracing figures from historic scenes, the heavenly bodies in motion und displays altogether several hundred figures. Tho clock will bo eighteen feet high, eight wide und seven deep. Thk private stable of President Cleveland contains live horses, three being Hamblo-Uminn- s. These ut different tunes are cm- in drawing either tho landuu, irougham, Victoria or buggy, which vehicles comjiose the stock of carriages. Tho President's favorite is the landau, in which he seldom rides alone, being accompanied by Mrs. Cleveland or his private secretary. C-A-lKriDIES FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC- - REMARKABLE PEOPLE. A ncDqt'ii.T of tine finish and containing over two thousand pieces is the work of u girl of Kxcelsior, Go. little twelve-year-olha.v- She is ulso ,,, famous as a,,, , ., , ,, cotton picker, , k " J' u d sbghs i Everybody is And tho Best and- - I when-H- s -lt ! the average stc..m niuds of Mm It- -It w Tlir llurkmaoiUinnii nredtlt, Tlwr l " lac like II at an antidote for tlio itancrt to llfr, The ltn.llronUiiiniiriMsltltaiHlwlllms-.ll- t l.lriiltaiid itan'i ..lit at hl lift' If a round uf r. " Itmli anil comfort which mrrouml tlw pl.wr. Halmul lilf ttore ntnntiff Tlir Merchant AMi.lt-nt- t will happen, ami when lil rmploypcf. time come the Muitamt IJnlmmt l wanted atonee. Krrpn llulllt In lltf lluuar. 'lit the nrU tcumny b ute In ca Ihr rnrlorr. Iulmmllt wre pain ami l.t of wane Kppp n llolllr AIT In tk" MMbln lur ate Mheu wan'rtf. Krrp n llolllr In of ac 'dent ANNOUNCEMENT 03T-- THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER FOR 1888. that the An only two anil one fourth pounds, a illfleroiice In to oouiomy which has iitducisl sevrrul entubllshinents to repluco their steam eiitftues br lure (pis etiKiues J a pin's foreign trutU' lust yeir wu jfrrat-e- r than eer leforf. and tint with the United States anil ('Htimlu wus ftiater than with an other count is Hut the balance was all airainst us. for while we expurtisl ti that country ulHMitcS.ooo.uni worth. f ircnsls, we impi.rtisl fnm there no less than (irrat llrituni - tiude with Japan was just the reere uf this We Isiut'ht their tea, neo und silks, and paid cash, and the cash drifted finally into Kuglish products to ay for cotton and woolen A cmii' of British capitalists has ben oriranitisl to lay n cubic from Vancouver, 11. (' . to llmi1; Konp, Chniu Theicwill ls brum hen and iiiuiiivtious with Japan and the principal islands of tho TacHic mean of Tho importance of this multtplk-nt'otbetween different M rbal cniuriiutiicuUnu parts of the w.u 1.1 tun not lieovciestimatisl 1'i.ri.lie thilif,'. It will proltabli lav the bu. u ilc(frnphu fni a iinersal laiiptiuire c.k. will Is- st ihlishc.1 that can Is- - read bv nK'i.ii.irs the win ldoer Then, as has prorlis fiiipi. uti Hiiiitnl nut, .incl to a iniiii.iium when a know I i'iIkc of prices m the arious markets ii llashisl iiistautMiiisun.ly from the buying to the selling marts of tnnle. Is thiwaml iiml sr horse iiwcr, the consumption of tho m la one-fourt- h of the i:i?r .."::!" PTCIJ. on-Ki- nsvt i - Ix-c- mcrt-until- IN HUMOROUS VEIN. rrxvh lit the mmiwi. hn t. ami j.n h nt r in'' all uf American 1 fn In n chuuKva hi nu-- of tho polltta l u Buyers and Sellers ol Lt'gMa-tioanil rolidi'iil Favor. 01 wealth produced M) u sk a doctor's wife call-- . Unit it duck It is no .K'i that he is a ipiuck. Sii k p.nple seldom tako uuibtaire at a physician, ulthiHigh they havo to take hi lllislj pills. Tin mot promiiifnt jnmts of AniericniiH !!r t per for nt to Ike l pro LS duter If tho unequal dUi-i- Ix'twetn CKPITRL RND LRBOR. The lAlxir lit l.l ha- - la in artfully kept open iiini.iiin,ii..ii lur nil comer" nll'l W' ' " in. nut nnH iiu'liraipil 't lur nii.t tin Un 1mm ii ..ntrni-l lnUir w.rt'-.- l ft. rth.iti.iinpi'iti. i w"Ui.ihenH-iii ii pt hti prl.o tlivtiMtof lalHr.iii I ("M ii wlill.IH1V ' WtV'l U Or f.Oir'l I I I I II II IMS IN TIIM IMHIr- - IS til' iiMHtl II S ASP M MVSI Vlll 111 If. t tins CAl'li'AU linn It taHr in l'' l i. - ""' !" '"" "" I l. Rich Grow Richer anil lha Poor Poorer A Jlfniev I'owirliBf th lulmliiHriitl.iii of Natlnmil t - h "' i Tins apilios t are buatlo ami lstth sexes, of oouo. "It's an eaay thuiK U get sooted." ;said an individual who wus msdiiiI hand stive pip.. tini in KiiKlnml thoy have blow-well()i-- here lit America we don't hae litem, . but we luive soiin"MiMlnra, Ji'H.i. Mo witnes was the youiiKUiun lihti.r dark cotllpicx-i.i'itslf- " Witness (isiitlvely) "Yes, hewas ' 1 it. ifive.M.ti just five minutes to Uko your iirtu fmiu my wnist," amd u young lady to ln'i- anlfui swum. "Aw, make It tun," puu-hnslus. r blow-hanlsti 1 1 hurrving matters somewhat to get cider into iiiegai- before wild weather. It rapidly undergoes the llrsl fermentation into alcohol, and this may be hastened by adding sweetened jeuat The more sweet there is ui tho fruit the better the vinegar will be. If sour apples are usisl sugar or syrup may Ih added The msihhI fermentation Is greatli aided by adding a little well soured vmugur, which acts as a yeast, and by frequently changing from one vessel to thus u.K.siug the fuiuiuiiting cider to the oxygen of the air. Kvrm farmer iu the land should by all means keep a few sheep They cost but llttlo in the lirst place The cost for tho sheep will never be missed. Nothing is nicer in the spring than a quarter of lamb, The majority of farmers are not convenient to market, and consequently cm not obtain frest incut when most needed that is, m A lamb can be eaten by most hot weather families lxfoio it spoil, and if not, it is easy to make tin arrangement with neigh-lsir.- s to take a quarter and tettirn it when they kill Hy all means keep u few sheep. Krr.i' a sharp shine on the plow and sen that the gearing is such as ton lessen tho draft to the lightest point, being neither too short to worry tho plowman nor txi long U. add to the horse's labor. Water the team moderately four times a day, and never within two hoirrs after feeding (live ample time for feeding and feed a bron mash tluee times n week. Caiofully oiT eiery gud fly's egg at wash and Keep u clean stable, noon nn.l owning well dusted with plaster, uml a clean, Mifl ImmI for the horses, ami do not neglect to rub them down thoroughly before leuving t them at night. On some farms enough straw is wasted to make n hun.laome income. All straw is jioor food, us it lacks iu lHh the elements of growth uml fat. Tho ptti'KirlloiiH arc so small Unit animals can not eat enough to make much gnin. They will live on It, hut the farmer wants more, lty the addition of a little meal the straw can be sold iu a good market on tho fiirm und lx had for manure at the same time. This is just what the farmer wants, to convert Into u fertiliser ull the fodder und gruin he can whk-ut has paid a gixxl pinllt Uixiii other wu,h, us meat, butter or i heese. When this Is done tho farm will always bo profitable. r, it-- It Is Krv-- v lino nil I lj. ltd I. IS '.orHihlc by using early apples and l:,j!!!:.,i,,,:.t,ithdoewe,r Little our.iT attraction A Is u colored child ... J Heck, Ark., iu seven weks old that talks. Tho parents of this prodigy afllrm thut when thiee days old the child exclaimed "Say, where Is mama I" und said it as well as a child three years old could. A Fitr.NCii Journal of a late dato summarizes one of the most remarkable cases in medical annals. It mentions a family, covering live generations and In- eluding twenty-seveindividuals In addition to the six lingers, seen members of the family huve six toes on each foot. Neaii Macon, 111., lives an eccentric old man known abroad a "Old Hill Watson, tho man who made hi own cofriii." Ho is seventy-thre- e years old, still hale and hearty, und does not exieet to have use for the cofiln for some years to come. His roa- -' son for making it is that ho wanted it prop-- . erlv made ami of stuff that would lust, Thk Chinese Minister at Washington is remarkable on the score of hi taste for gcia.s and vaueti ami beauty of his collections He wears n black skull tap with a red button, the tign of rank, on the In the front he weur a tnugtiillecnt in own emerald siit rounded by about lifty diamonds, a jewel s,ud to have once ornamented tho crown o' Nap.leou. is a A i inn girl residing m Troy, Mo., that of the assertion living the hair may be turned from b'uek to white by fright. Some time ago tho child was with trightat a tlio, und the day following her liuir was ooeied to have changed its color, and Ii.. since been growing whiter. Her patents have tried tuo of cutting, but to no avail. renown, has Mhs. M m h ii. of woild-widconceived an idea iu the line of dress which surpasses in extravagunce any thing of the kind hcrctofoie recorded. The lady ha two skillful tni'rkin.'u to New (iiiiuea to secure tive hundred bird of the In easts of which she will havo made Into u uiuutlo. The birds are valued at about four dollars apiece, to which will be added the expense ol obtaining them. n vol-liabcoti-vulsef-fee pir-udis- c, Fi?ihrf Mmt iuvitetl to conie and see them. If you have only a small amount to spend it will pay you to call on me. Pleaso remember that J always keep all tho Ingredients for Cakes ! And that my stock of CrROCERIESI Is as near complete as can be found outside the cities. T. F. REID. DR. WALTON. A. 0. SINE, Eup't. W. H. HIGGINS, Seo'y and Trtas PLANING MILL CO. -- .Manufacturers ot- - Flooringj Weathezhoarding, Ceiling, FIXINIKi:VG l.VMBEK, nOVIAUSlitl, Etc. SIMPLIFIED l.r.M.iv hi the Wifthn I f .lectol oiluluis mire run ni-- f u tin.. ItffMuilon Mate ri'ii.ler t'l il mtt n farru, iiilittx .11. 1 ii'' nml nml nnil Hip lnil TRUE TO ITS PAST HISTORY ) The eilltorl.il paw "I Till: KN'H'ir.KU will ureH'iitu reMew oi Hie prrw the uiihbiiiI !at lit kuiIi' ol prliimry( ' KtK lemlu.u m. inn ..I triiihlii' Ill.n ptl.mliiii-ori,..., r.i, ku imtui li w who mill .......! tlw iiifuiuoiu claa wIk-i-i where inn! . iletnn Iiur'iia'fiirli in-.uoBiii' fpew'hei nml imn hiiM nhle n MiMtleJatia to nllal.le e '.ilti.l tint MU:it W AS Ab( itiiiehiKllll Yxtt S"k"s IV Wiril lA'KUY VOTKIttJK vnATMVvi it 1'MtTv. '' -- iiiniUo oriB-uut.-- pleaded he. is not chaiitatile to presume Vhat Ixv cuust'it man luiB nu luflanusl nose and u count.'iiHiicc buugoil up ami ilctnorullzed. h y tsiulniiikuiil. Ho ui.i have I'MUml a liar A ombarrassed younj; mtin who had jttst been tiiiirrusl by u I'lornynmii, not knowing how to express his gnititude. in hnmHtig over u suiull fee. said . " I liujai to give yotl more the next time " I'hi m ii isrKi . ton (nnnutlentlyi " Now then. Miss, wunt joti to leurn ui pronounce You may pmnouiie tin r iii.ui' iliatlnctly. aocie American word ill which is the letter hohmj-biHl1 "llr-r-r-rats!- A FEW HEALTH ITEMS. ex-tH- l" AFAMIIjY NEWSPAPER THK CliiI.U A'iiiiiJi: i:S(jriltnt reliable. l"ll (itru; mir.mi inuml lull lll Mntnl without n peer. of men hau-.ll- 'i for Intyert ntnl wll bo pro.liuv.IU inarVit reru f Milo enter lHli.M.lnterroiiieerveoiiiiiu-riliiltuintlty of reivlliiB mutter It Is In flzo mi.l to tuo of the or.llnnry oneo, nil of whleh, t'linnl ami other eeellent features, uiaUe It tho er Largest, llesl, and Cheapest Tuner in tho Country. THE DAILY 1 TERMS: ENQUIRER. Mo. a M.w. C Mo. 1 Yr. .. SI W i I 75 S7 W 8M JJ 1 Pun.laynni1 Pally.. Daily except Sunday Price Is uniform One copy, one year Si IIS. f. DO li THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER. for carti nn.l every r. Onecopy.tlx mouths " JOHN R. McLEAN, Proprietor, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Kvfkv one who values good health should drink buttermilk everyday in warm went li or. and let tin. coffeo and water aloue. Am kind of u butli, or un other process Hint will produce a general perspiration, mid thus bring about a reaction, will eittvii cold r uii ply inhaling fresh air largely, by deep inspiration, is suulciuut to nip an cold in the head. Tub advice we havo to o'Ter to young mn and maidens is, let your hair alone; kep at a safe distuiieo from hiurdreasitig moms und drug shops, wheie are sold mis ulkalme substances, ulcoholic mixtures, " r." l'upil (viiulutively) etc., for use uoii tho hair. They are all A min naiiicd (iasbill ivti'iitly H,iplioit for will do.Miu harm. to change his name, because his pernicious, and a license I.FMns juic-aiisi.g.ir, mixed very thick, I alwiiNs ..'ojectcil to his ligilie whenever gn and sore throats. he chain ed toints't her She sui.l he wus is useful t leili e coughs he was cured of a One (orrespoiidiiit Miys too hlith and thercfoii' lurnetl him off world of trouble from an mm tive liver by A Ki'sisii olllts-- bus mvcnled u wnr-boUikii'g a glass of hot water with the juico of will stay under water four dus. Tho that m nquiHV.nl into it, but without States Navy has no use for this man. half a leu nml morning. 1'iiittsl sugar, night Is desired in this country is n wur-b.x- it Whut Tnr iiinn of igorous health, whose occuthat will stay ubovo water for that pation secures him nil needed exorcise in length of time. (to anxious wifei " Wo havo the open uir, Imully needs to ruin) a quesl'lni-nition us to his diet, provided he guards held u uinsultutinn, liiadam. over your ho Is u very sick mail und It upiinst iillesiess. Tho piesont food of a might bo well to send for a minister, I nation Is the result of the uccuitiulatcd tor-liof thousand of veins. In tho Anxious wife "Will one bo think." one it I largely tice: in tho frigid, oil. enough, doctor, or would you ud ise a In our to: 'p.'rute zone it is n mixture of of ministers!" tle.sh, grain, vegetables and fruit, with a A Sum it l'icsbyterinn minister who mar of fat. ricd it couple of his rustic parishioners felt moderate amount As ur w i i depends largely upon the food tho excecilinglv disconcerted on his bridegroom If ho weie willing to hike tho wo eat, it- i well to regulate our diet to our woman for his wife by scratching his head needs, o.- state of bo.lv uml mind. The diet of thinkers should differ, in some uml saying. "Ay, I'm wulllti', hut IMiiitliur to that of mus.'ulur workers. Tho liao her Hlster." will do well to use such urticles of oiet A iiam ssku country cilitor who went off -for his summer vacation loft tlio following it e.;s, llsh. oysters iiitton u.nl unbolted are "Will bo gono wheaten In end. Muscular tissue notice on the oftk odour: several days uml havo loft mutters In ehurgo t.iimed largely of tho c mstituenth of beans ortheofrlc'i' lsy. 1'isiplo who wlah to pay peas, corn, wheat, c'ioom) and 'lean meat, good aubtciiptious will sco our wife 'Hioso who I and tlsino win daairu to pisser-hnvoconiiiluiutstomuke will ploase go to mtiaok'M sh'iuhl nvail tliuiiicolveH of the food In which these sub;ui.cos huound. thoilovll." r d i. form-u-clas- treatment of ui.iluriul fevers, and useful In ranks high as an m.ti sc removing tin tar from the teeth. At.fM has b.vn used in the parilltition of drinking-wate- r with very t ifymg resalts In the proiurtlcn of half u griun to a gu Ion cf want it remit rs it pure ami almost en tirely live from apinulclae. Tun properties of coal-ta- r are multitudinous. Coloring material for an endless variety of hues, valuable medicinal matter and ittficiices for numerous perfumes aro ob. tained nan it by special Ska water limy be rendered lit for drinking purposes by the use of citrate of silcr. l!y this mean chloride ol silver . precipitated, uml a liaimlesstuiuer.il water l obtained It is used in the propoit ion of uu ounce of t to half a pint of water It has been that cholera infantum results from a special poison generated by fermentation ami called by its dis eoveror "tyiotoxicon." This 'Hiison has been luiind m cie.iin and milk; therefoie, those aro to bo avoided iu cases of the fell disease, A i.ii.iitkii cautllo placed behind around be extinguished by blowing with bottle the breath directly at tho bottle, but a Hat object in place of the bottle renders the act lmKi.slble. Again, a lighted caudle placed iv o bottles set close together can not lie oxtiii'ftushed by a draught between tho n bottle, the lianie will rather bo drawn gi-u1 pnx-ossesiii-.iifor-w.- SCIENC: juice bulk fair to suivrcde quinlnu $nsli, Doors and HSliiitls always in fttoefc. A share of tho public patronage is solicited. -- KliKAVr IKSKNT IX- - ILTMWABK O" E "W -- d. commonly c.Viled, is soda wu'.cr no loi.ger. The wateri charged with carbonic in id, and is Huvoi etl and sweetened with some one of the various syrups. The carbiitiic ,ii ul gas is forced into water with a piessuro of 1MI pounds to the square Inch, and it I the escajK) of this gas when tho faucet Is tinned and the water tlows into the Sum water, ing Cases 41 fiov,e OF EVERY KIND.- - ELR If you -- AND- - IT-Dt-o- ss A LARGE STOCK of BOOKS. Something lo Pleaso Everbody. want the tam'jloi tin.: euiuos the foaming. Tnr formation of coal beds is attributed to the variety of tree known as sigilluria. This tree was, dut lug the period marked by its beatioii oiio ul the principal growths. Hut, altliou'fh the or'ginef loal is due principally to the ciibouizationof sigill.iria, its origin is uut eoiiliuod to this variety, neurly every of vegetation, in fact, having outorec1. 'ii.to its oieution. Cluy seam are found t ioxist at tho bottom of overy conl bed, am. Ithis fact furnishes a key to Its accumulation. Best Goods for the Least Money, . k r. Call on- - Eisrnsr -sr" - Mm I . it I I' i i OARRURD COUMTT DEPARTMENT. up on The Business Manager in the State of Casey. govern Lancaster, top. We are filling a lucrative 17, 1887. When I Liiiertv, Ky., D-ment office ourselves and last week James Willie Sandlfer, known as "Judge," Maret, of the Mt. Vernon Signal, and A. wrote from this place about six months ngo now fills a position at the Citizens National December 20. 1887 R. Dche, of the London Echo, were elect I spoke of the sleep the inhabitants of this Bank. Stanford, Ky ed to the still more lucrative offices of City quaint little village were enjoying, so I W e Ocilrc to call jour attention to our fresh ami ater street is nt lat having the metal Councilmen in their respective towns. Rec- write this letter as an announcement that ptiton it and the residents thereon are W. P. WALTON. ognition of faithful services comes slow, but they have awakened from their slumbers, happy. they come with u vengetnce when they exceeding that of Rip Vr n Winkle, and are K'ller G, W. Yancey entertained his Of every description, which wo keep lonilantly on liatnl. and aik you to roiuc and cm till no It ai well aa with open eyes keeping pace with the rest congregation with a very able sermon on The prohibitionists have rcorcd another start. Liberty may be Sunday. Subject, dancing. world of the Iu short, victory in the courts. Thin time it is in The entire State pre will nxret the deUjtii dwellings and ha Tne friends of Ss-- Walton here hope lows, where a United States Judge icud termination of Mr Charle M. Meacham said to be on a am. are being repiired aid im he will capture the place he is after under Which no rvlall home can cornicle with, Whllo you mind, wewlllthow jou tb an order remanding to the State courts all to sever his connection with Kentucky business hoine proved, while paint is being "sluna" over the Secretary of the Interior. before him, which la in ef- journalism. injunction cases He has sold out his half inIMow.s, whole town. Even the frame church, Slid Diiulsp to lliickhanan, "They do fect to declare in favor of prol ibition. The terest in the llopkinsville South Kaituckian the that has stood in a dilapidated condition say the Farmer's Aluunix tell of a reclipie We aro agents for, the licit In the market, alto the whisky men regard it as the severest blow to his partner and will go to California, these many years, is to be nude anew with of the moon in January." Buckhanon yet at the traffic eince the paesige of the whose gain is Kentucky's loss, IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, some probability of a fine brick one going "Are it a tetotal reclipse " "Dauitino " Clark law. On the other hand news of a h'EWSr MlS. is a up in its place. A new court-hous- e The Men's Protective Circle will met new and norcl and the flnrt thing nf the kind In mo, In our linn ot Keating and Cook decision in Maine, where legal prohibition so wo ran and eietlally In Tlie thing and in fact n fever of enter at Ihe court-housou Wednesday night As Motes, toshow linetlie nuit fastidious In lnth urse w ami make,line, lenient, .Mlt, HeutlliKndMotes,fact we wish In seems to have originated, is not so favor Ac, keep I. Gen. Frank Wolford has been granted settled jpu souielhliieii eilent. OI re In Is Nurtelt aiiythhiK we hatn't k't that Is auythliiK' near our Hue Coinu in when T'i prie and go ahead a tiveness seems to be in there is important business to tm don, it is there and we shall bo able. One of the State courts has declared a pension. town Very truly, delUhted Io make it pleasant tor r'i eople, May hoped that all who can make the rillle will the very souls of this good unconstitutional the recently enacted law, Congress will adjourn from next Thursshe continue to grow in eizi and appearance attend holding a government liquor licence to be day to January 4th. until even the borders of the "Slate Casey" There wis a young tUtraman namol Duck, person disprima facie evidence that the W. T. Jones has been given hi- certifiWho wai a young statrimau of luck, may be too small for her. playing the same is a common seller of in- cate as representative of Jessamine. Hock'i pUra ho wouM till, As uimI, there was a large crowd in toxicating liqiiots and the premises kept by Ami knew no tatter unlit, . Tne court has decreed that the exposi town on the first day of court, but one of He fount! himself a crjr lame duck. him n common nuisance. tion building at Louisville must be sold to THAT the quietest and most orderly ones I havo Iu a difficulty over n account on FriA comnittke of ihe Kentucky Press As pay the indebtedness. Not a fight or a quarrel was day Isst, at McCreary, in this county, a eversren. The ancient city of St. Augustine, Fla., sociation met in Louisville Friday and pre engaged in, nor was there the leist excite young man named Poey seriously cut Mel- suffered a fire Fridxy, which burned 125,-00pared a paper to be presented to the Legis ment of any kind. Shaking pretty well for vin Gulls The knife just grazed the ju worth of property. Iature asking that a legal advertising law, a town where "red liquor" sells at "three gular vein of Gulley. It was a close shave, Tne steaum Etruria has beatca the such as prevails in nearly every State, be -- Hon.M H Owsley and W. O. Rigney drinks for a quarter " Nit even a female record, making the trip across the ocean iu passed by that body during its coming sesprohibition lecturer could find fault of the are atunding the Liberty Court, sion and setting forth good and sufficient six days and two hours. day, nor find an illustration to deliver from Misn Bertie Collier has returned homo from Tne California and Oregon Rtilway reasons therefor. The short horses of the Of the pulpit, where she in (O prone to be a long visit to Tennessee. "Pe.s.cheii" Bdr-de- tt previous legislatures have imagined that as has been completed. The event represents when she gets a shadow of a chance. ik expected to visit Lancaster during the principal movers in the matter were 21 years of continuous work. An elegant debut pirty win given by the holiday-- . The Poet Whiltier celebrated his SOlh of an newspaper men, that the passage Maj. and Mrs. G. W. Sweeney, at their There will a Christmas ship arrive at law would inure solely tu their birthday Saturday. New Eagland country home, Wednesday night, iu honor the Christian church nbout 3 o'clock next ed it with proper ceremonies. bent tit, forgetting tho amount of property Mis-- i Ida. About 30 Saturday afternoon, having on hoard Mr. The green pctige stamp is said to he of their daughter, belouging to litigants annually sacrificed couples were present and a most excellent and Mrs, Sinta Clans ami n full cargo of because a written notice of its sale posted poisonous and must go. Joy go with the time was had. Miss Ida received and enHaving iccurd the Bervices of C. F. KENT, a practic.il Watchinukrr with presents for the children of the Sunday ugly thing, the girls will say. is sometimes all the ad many years' experience, all work will bo done with neatness and dispatch at the court-houstertained in a unnuer which endeared her to school, 1a1 all attend. A decision of the Appellate court vertising it pels Ereryone here i pleased to know thst fully insured. Spectacles aid Eye Glasses to fluit the eye. makes Mt. Sterling a dry town, so far as all in attendance I had the good fortune to secure the ser A MEMUKK of Congress is allowed 20 cts selling whisky by license is concerned the Hon, Mat Walton is so popular at Lex vices of that graceful and easy writer, Mr. ington, that he wan utTrred no opposition in per mile going to and returning' from Vah of Joseph Ripv, of Lawrence The wife 3NTE3"VCr- ington and this item alone foo e 1 up $112, burg, presented him Saturday with three J. E. Hutluian, as correspiudent from this the recent primary elections in that city place. He will contribute at least one let Here's to you Mat, my boj! Long may 073 40 for the single eession of the 49th fine boys, all still living and doing well. a week and will give in full the doings you h ahead of the houutl. Congreee. The average received by tt.e ! Charles Bellows, for the murder of a ter No matter how blase' a man or wnmsn members was $330 50, the delegate from woman, wss hung at Charles City, Iowa, in and about Liberty. The Napier llju.e at this place is doing may he, no ditlerence if they h 'ill cted Arizona, who was allowed for 4,000 miles, Friday, the tint hanging in the State for 23 the good business it should, under the man with ennui, their pulse will be quickened receiving $1 GOO. It is said that a bill will years. out six million gal- agement of that fine gentleman and Jetler- - and the rich, red hloril bo thickened by a Havirg pres-e- d be introduced to cut the amount down to become a lons of good wine the past sessm, Califor Biman democrat, Mr. J. W. Hoskins. He look at the letnpilng array of randies and Tk actual expenees, but it will not mileage grab is too good a thing nia is not preying any temperance scheme ees an excellent table and keeps his rooms fruits al G. 1) Burdett & Co's. It will law. The an 1 linen as neat as as pin. Rites, $1 per make the mouth of an epicure water. ever to be surrendered without a terrible at present. son of Dr. Parker, of dy. Charles Parker, S' e smiI to him on Sunday night, "My struggle. Somer-e- t, Wednesday must have been mule day in dear we need a drugget fur the front Led a brakeman on the Southern road fellow, Bellows, wno was hung in Thk his skull crushed by striking n bridge Libarty, from the number that charged room." "Well," said he, "go to the driitf-torIowa Friday for the murder of the girl, had hands. Mr. J. W. Allen, of Huetonville, and gel it " "On, you get that at It e neir IJjyce station. who refused to entertain his suit for her d, boy was here atid bought them hy ths Charles Wnitsett, a cine! store and theri i mine in Lancssln; gallows by force hand, was taken to the agtd 13, killed his younger brother and sis at prices ranging from $90 to $125 per please write, to Mr. D at Duiville In semi and held by four men while the noose was by cutting their bead. uson" '1 his is the letter he sent; "Mr. being adjusted. He raved, swore and fought ter, at Columbus, Ark., Fon Sale A car load of good cotton I), Danville: Send the best nlugger t u heads off with a knife. with the desperation of u tiger and it was Got Bodwell, of Maine, died at his miles. Will sell them hv the head or by have to cot about three dollnrs. S(.tue not till the drop was sprung that he gave home, Halhwell, in that State, Thursday, the car load. William Cloyd, Middlehurg, men have o ir memories. up the unequal contest. The scene is deHe will be succeeded by S. S. Mirble, presKv. scribed as one of the most terrible ever witOtHtlLLt. dOfLt COiINt I ident of the State Sentte. The Liberty Brass Bind discoursed turned away in nessed and strong men W S. Hotmail, ol Athens, Ga , is in Thomas Woolfork, who atrociously some of its fineit music in a serenade WedW III ultvMjM horror. on IimihI ii luru mid M'lrH 1 1 tt t of l"iiruU murdered nine members of his family in nesday night in honor of the visiting attor- mwn looking around for mule and horses. tursi iiiul I'mliT-tnUor'ml-- . My pr ! Mill lio n Iimi h miicIi is cot certain mat Sam Hill's district It Lee S. Hudon sold this (Monday) KhmIm can bti liuiiuht In tin clfit'M. (Jittt mt a irlal mill 3011 Georgia, was found guilty and sentenced to neys and newspaper men. In behalf of the will return a republican Senator, in fact it llllll 1 MI'll lMIT HlltM l)l IltlM-Kt- . be hanged Feb. 10, 1SSS. newspter men, of whom I was the sole uwriiing to Mr. E. D. Pendleton, of Ilri -- Mill l is more than probable that it will not. The J. F Scudebaker, one of the noted representative, I bow as gracefully as is tol, V . 15 extra cotton mules for $5,000 democrats have nominated a popular can Jo Has wound up the turkey busim-rStudebaker Bros., of South Bend, I mi , possible for me and return my eincerest didate in the peison cf Hamilton Reisinger by shipping the last o makers of the wagon that heirs their thanks. The Liberty bjrs are diisen when for tho season and the likelihood ie that be will wipe up you come to blowing horns. The btritnne 25,000 dressed turkeys to Nen York and name, diel Saturday ( aged 43, the earth with the old ignoramus, Lewie n V. T. Buckner, Sr., the 90I0 by Dr.O. H. McKtbms, our former Boston. Jones, the republican nominee who during Short-horn- s in Bjurbon, died CJUntyman, was mtperb, a wa the cornet "The ladies exchange" heretofore men breeder of BsiiflSiiSEft yrniirifitnTiiiiMiTniiirii'iitiT 11 r-his pievions term in the legislature did Citley. Friday. He le.ivei besides othsr valuable solos by Messrs. on tioned, has been moved to the store-rooof himnothing further than make an ass property 2,000 ncrei of Und worth $100 A very noticeabu feature of this town is the south side of Main street, formerly ocself. Djring the cupied by F. Yeiser, the jeweler. ladies. an acre. the scarcity of youn A NHORO fiend criminally assaulted a Mr. J. C. Twymaii, of Lexing on, a The Commitle on Elucition in the several days I spent there, I don't rememwhite woman in Smith county, Miss., and Senate unanimously ordered a favorable ber seeing a single one. O conrso I in- former cil n of DinviHe, was in town to prevent her telling on him, he forced Miss Marr McRoberls, is spemi report on tli9 BUir EJucilional Bill. It quired into this anil was informed by one Tueetiay. her tongue out of her mouth and cut it ofl will be reported as passed in the Senate of the gallant beaux th the majority of ing the winter witn friends in Indepiu as far down as he could reach. She recogtne young ones of the fur sei were attend- dence, Mo. last Congress. ing school, while Ibe rest were visiting nized him and managed to scrawl his nainn A man giving the name of A. Do a Swift's Iron and Steel work in New" E C. W. en a sheet of paper. The cilizDs have port, wer'o sold to a syndicate for $199,550. their "country cousins was arrested lat Tnursday at Harroisburt: turned out to hunt him down and his hide The property belonged to E L. Harper, the Teacher's Meeting. and brought here chari'i'd with swindling will not hold shucks after they have caught dethroned Napoleon of Finance,and he left Tne teachers aocilion met at 10.30 A. various citizens of the West IvkI of Bjyle and properly Miended to him. M on btturday in bluMuru wnn a better by selling them worthless it a debt o' $1,200,000. watcnes, je.elrt Al and table c tilery and representing them ti John and George Kseyes, two brothers attendance of teachers than The sale ot that white elephant of tie sea. the Great Eistern, is becoming a chest- who are in jiil at Knoxville, Tenn , on a though the citiz'ns of Stanford did not at be of fine ijutlity. He ettd tho goods li nut. Every now ami then it is p'lt up at charge of robbery, have been ideutifid a lend as numerously as was desired by the longed to an insurance oumptny of Lulls auction, bringing e.ch lime much te thsn the murderers of two deputy Sherifl't in Htiperintendent and leaders, yet those that ville and were what the company saved were there frou. the country as well as the from "Hobioon's" jswelry toie when it before, till last week it was knocked down Diibiiiscouuty, Ind , two yean ago. origiii'ili v cost 55 000 0U0, When bronchi here H nry S Ives hs been discharged, the town seenied to enjoy the otcision as well burned in Louisville $SOO,000. It at but its projector overshot the uisrk in prosecution having failed o establish the as. the teachers who wero preeut, for which his bond ai fixed at -- 00 and the trial set Sash-Blind- s, Knowing no one to go ui for Saturday. making it of euon huge prop irtions and it charge of theft of $100,000 placed agint we feel very grateful. &c. In the discussion of the q'leition, "Thit his bond he deposited the iiiomhv mhI not ip w II sti D t him by Julius Djner. has never bdn of nv prsc'ir' "ervice. beter fT $100,000 fir malicious prosecution. soitll iniuds are subdue) by misfortune, pearing when the cue was called Hatiiniij A HILL nHB been mtruiiiiivii in the Sen- Nswton CrawUv anil S V Cooleysr-i- w;iile great minils nsn nbovo them," we ihe money wis forfeited. In the tattler f of Februrary (Lin ate to make the 12-JAil.it Lebanon for forging a check for ar very much indebted to Jui'ue T. W. profit A. Davis is rliil thought to be mmi All ol work irjiiiroiil.-ci- l as to coin's btrlhdxy) t legl Holiday in ihe $225 Crawley wa to have married a Ca- Varinn in his very greU sitl in vetting whit ahead even after lie irppet the $'HM btnine-Wc etui of vou its irooil If the as District of Cjlumhia. sey couniy girl on his portion of the swag the speakers on their feet, and for taking HEUU I0US. Mini making holiday cinliiiuM, it will soon as maim liifl 11 issue with most present in order to bring and iken her to Text-"come to pam that the government offices i ii is line Uomeniiu see A note frim IJev W. B. Godbey fi is likely tint the Territorial of I)i out thit ducusdou that otherwise might will he cloiel hilf the time, with but lit Litchfield, says; "We are haying a glort kota, Montana, Washington and iiihly not have been tie done tho other half. ns Also Bro. John B. Gibson was ihe life of oils revival, 100 conversions and 30 U ah, will he admittel to Statehood, but .1. it. iiusiouviiio, iiy. thoughtful CongrtMuun, Hon. Ja. will not be allowed to enj y the right oi the raiihe to a very areal iiie.imre, who by ten days." -- Carlisle Meicury. in Oou his wit and williugnesadtd uiiicn to make Christina seryios at the Methodist B, McCr.ary, has httd our naiiu placed ou National franchise until lh92 In adthe meeting a success. church promise to be interesting of the Record anil we are -- Tiie explosion of an SO horsepower the mailing Most all the uiembrs present look pirt dition to attractive Bjng service Dr. Evans of tuai very humorous biilur in the E lisjn E eciric Work, at now in diily receipt in the exercises. S. J. Pulliaui was alwas will pres.cn a special senium fur the occaIt fimuehm delightful red Wesic'ie-tterPa , cuised the death of publication Five bo.lies have already redy to aid in making things lively bv bis sion, ing for ttie long winter nwM- persons. (Ciuoinnuti New Orloans and Toxas Pnclllc Ruilwiiy.) l'lie committees of the N irtheru Mid readiness to do his psr.. Our worthy su beei founi, and other are ftill missing J that gift EVEIIYIIODY Will he iil kw gave us more Southern Arcejiblies ot the Presbyterian to Xow Mil Striink, ( WinfulJ, Tenn, whs perintendent, J. A. ed KentucUiau, Hon. James A. McKetzie by a freight train which hail bro than one good speech full of wit and hu Church, al Louisville, have adjourned their (lulia, Sou til West. East, s'ruck honored with the Mextctn Mhsmn, whicn E session without accomplis ling ilw results kfii in twi, while going up Lansing ill on mor, fur which he is so reuiirkalbe eeems to have the dead wood upon, i r he says were read by Misses Cdttie Tnuruiom! for wiuon it was called. the Southern road and ho horribly mangled CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCT. 2. '87. any other good thing Unit the presideui Dr. Bisil Manly, a Professor in the anyone could reach Alice Stuart and Ainu Ihouipkins, ail of that she died im- nir;Ai notv.. may see lit to gi ' iu:,i irr. whom acquitted themselves with much Htptist 1'nooluglctl Seminary, of Louisiter. ' By the ove ibw of the Yellow rivr, in I'iiaIns -- mrrii. "iK.tN,.Mirii. Mc we hope much profit to those ville, while re. tuning to his home . few credit and Oun banliouie oiu Ifieun. iviitor noTi..N0.7. no. 1. TZT " Nwjt ;r-uriT.u.,,, Journal is dispjHiid the province of llomi, Chuu, 7,000 rquare present. The question of h.lucatlonal evenings ago, was waylaid and sand lugged Carty, of the So a ' j Dallj. Kx. H11.1.1 Dally. Hall. iMIIy. miles of territory were inundated, 11 pupil Qualification for v ilmg wn discussed by by two mnnked meu, His condition In crit)ay. DtUj, to poke fun at in He devoie mif a col , 755am I 08p mi U 0' in 7 5fi a tit I.'vp...Cinclmiail ... 4rv Ii p ui which wjuld lous cities swept awar, with great lom of J. ll,Gibson,S J. Pulliam and W. F Mt ical. U u in ju af77i tl 4i n m umn to us and our new 18 p m U 25 a m 7 SU p mil M p in IU IK kiu 15 . m a ,U .i , ..Iln,!i..n :i is life and over a million of people made Clary, all agreeing that there snould be OB pin 3 Op in I ZU a in n '.'A .1 (J i. i,i in Jiindlnii City be downright amusing if it werd not so seI50nm The S luieieel O.l anil Gns Company homeless, ii j p iii ........... it, iii pm ii o a in svoain I 8 10 H UI ra'iii,T. ,. ,M j ,ii u4iii no restriction placed upon a man for not he rious a matter. (Jrand Master J. Soule Smith, has de- ing educated. Take it all in all we think has struck oil in one ol its wells al a depth ....' l,v..ChBttaiiui7..iTi- - 7 il) iV'iii U'w7n"iir 6 Sa pin was chief of the Euuene HlGaisa, who .. I I1I1II.IIKK :i , fT of GOO feel, but is going ahead with trie 'JiiUpM..... VID4III DiaipillU-cided that the past master's degree must be the meeting was a success. .'.,',' A'rf ..Ailauln. ..ArW division of the Treasury de appointment im) hope of also striking gas. taken before a Masou can serve as master pin ll mi pin l.y KlrtiiliiKliain lliAain 3 30 a tu Oir next meeting will be at McKinney 1 , liAlU partment, has resigned and the mugwumps of bis lodge, notwithstanding a resolution ...j u il'J l III NIIIU The bodies of tho Anarchists hanged in Jsn., before which a program will be e of the !mZ!!Z!,!!I!Z!!!"!i""3.-"- ! !!!"!!!!"".' "!"!!!.".!VYurk""..'. !! !.'""'"'" """"" are happy. IVrry O Smith, in the Chicago jail November 11 were final that the degree was not necessary passed by arranged and published in the Intejuoh - H iv n II 00 put iOUMiit A'rv ...MurldUit ,.1.' in u :w p m department, has beeu appointed to the recent grand lodge. ly buried Sunday in Waldheim cemetery. ii, v mrrmiiiij... ,att m...' Jouknal, the teachers great medium. M...l 8 30 a tu i(3 a inlA'iT. Nevr Orli'aiis..l,'r OU fill the vcncv. in AOOiitVi Mrs. Parsons fainted at the side of her The Court of Appeals buckled itself i 0 a nilTa.. Meridian A'rr nuu n in Great courtesy was shown ui by Mr. W. S M III l.'ve take care down to work last week and Saturday an kn.n A rr Jut husband's coflin. t 16 p tu South Carolina proposes io 11 00 a tu 1,'tb P. Wilton in not only publishing our pro() p in Vcittiurt.... I of her disabled ConfedeMie soldiers and nounced that it had affirmed the sentence gram but also by furnishing the meeting The court-hous- e at Maytield, Graves W p in, I.'tb Mini roe IU 05 a tu K IS p tu Arr. has just nuned a hill penher 0 00 a in of Eugene Fitzjenld, who killed Tice 1111 with nice programs for the occasion, for all county, was burned Sunday morning at sioning such. It will cost $50,000 annuMatin llouilnlr ilullil Hlnopln Cri on All tliruutfti trains, at Georgetown, which gave hlm)13 years in of which the association feels profoundly 3:30 o'clock, together with all the county ally. It. COLLKItAN, Uen'l tilt penitentiary and the sentence of W. H. thankful, and especially does your humble records, A reward of $500 is oflered for JOHN C. OAULT, Oon'l Manager, Akl., K. CAllKOI.I., Uen'l Hitpt., of a. He is not running S zmnre, for life, for killing Abner Little scribe appreciate such lavors Buck denizes incendiary. Vice-Prethe 'leneral Ottires, Ht. Paul UulMInu, West Fourth Street, CIdc1iiu.uI, Of Bully for Buck! in Floyd county. W. F. McClaiiy, '. lor Senator worth a ceot. The editors seem to be climbing wI c. Attention, wm age Oliver (."hilled ami Imperial Complete Line of Groceries Om- tS tools: of IlarcUvare, e -- 0 M'EOBERTS -- & STAGG, ob-er- v. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, e FURNITURE STORE MACK irtTFFMAX, lro!ritoi. srs. jty2Sx&33misQ flfl half-witte- d car-lot- lnv t'Olitlll'I y WEAREN well-know- k MENEFEE z-- ot Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Food, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Our Stock of Ve Picket Fencing, hides is larger and more complete than ever fore from tho cheapest to ihe best. Prices sell vehicles for Utile money. ior assortment neiore broken. Dealer in Fine Buggies, Oarringos, Surreys, Pha3tons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road . suii the times. any dealer or our suncu-fioatio- ;ki:i;. .ti., WEAKEN & AlEXEFKR li-'- t Queen and Crescent Route. Orleans. Ho-t'- Shortest and (Juiekest Lino Texas, South Florida, -- .. I prt-s-- 1 i . '. . 1 l post-offic- 1 logi-tlatur- s. '"" I "--T V I Stmi-fflttceM- arfUW"""",V. u 1 $ntmor$onrnaI UUHlnoBH Aniieiison Caiir, a worthy colored man. Salt at Albright died Friday of pneumonia. $2 per barret. B. O. WALTON, MnmiKor, l'llhllnhvit 'J MifriuM -- T (iiitf i'vliUtWi I'liSU ANNUM, CAHU. "111 bo It understood If we credit tht 8J.M t'ncted mid demanded. l. .1 a v. .ami rK .. cmm. 1 0 1 kit train ioUit North i .' Lxprwn ... II is k,U I VI l.U Mr.l fi 5a.m loial I'irlKht Norm A M li huulll I he Imier train also carry Mseinsers I Ben jore It calculated mi slaudard time HoUr I as Is about 10 inlnules taster K, C. LOCAL TIME CARD. " Hmitn.. train" Jiiini. i St r. x r. m Train leasra Howland at7.'i0 a. G m. bik! returns at r. M. LOCAL NOTICES. Kahn bought 38 extra good cattle of Ben OiTutt in Henry county, 1,011 pound HQHt Ouit buainefn manager came back from a at 4J and of 8utn Fryor 21 head, 1 073 CHJU8T.MA8 Candies, Nu to, IUUIdk, Fi'k, MKIUJIIANT TAII.OIC pound average nt 00 OiaiiKM, Date, fie, at A A. Warren'n two dnye' visit to Uaey with 22 new sub. A Bourbon county man shipped a pt r ncriberrt, making about 150 in all tint have "Model Grocery." I hay recelvod and itlll receiving been added to our lint einee November 1. of turkey. 10 England, which weighed 07 Foil Kent, llm shire-roolately occupi ThiK In dolni; ptitlv well cnnalderlnc no pound and broug'it him SI. 10 Tne ex ed by I'enny'e Driiu Store. Jan. exptcial effort ban been made to eecure prox on them w ubiut $20. 1 It W. (ilvenx A Sjn aold to Wakefield John litiii;iiiiin. them. Comprising ttie best In the market, which will be A extra fat mule at an average of A LAlUir. nnd varied itaaiirtment of Chriat-ma- n ItoOND-Tltlaold at one nearly ?12o per head. About half of them Ootton Up in Stylo and Moko Sooond to ISono in City or Country ticket will he uoodn in Cnint and Olaefwate now limiltd fare between all atatinn on the niu loj hand hitth and the remainder are Ulyo Me "MjiUI Groce Loulxvllle A N'xbviHe railroad December good open at A. A. Warren' cotton toc. -- Dmville Advocate. ry." 22,2.'l. 2 and 25, good lo return until JanThe noted trotitiig tallinn, Mexxenger OvviNii to Uio ileum of inti little deiiiuh uary 2 indium; and nn December 20, 30 Chief, by AbJallah Filot.dam by Mambri inno Meixengar, the properly of Elitor Oei ler, the rale of the personalty of Mr. (leo. and 111, good to return until Jnnuary 5, clusive. Kee your agent. A. Hingerlv, of Fniladelp'iia, ilied of nip. W. Kvaim wan potpontd till next Thurs ture at Veraillu. He wts foale I in 1.S70 1. day, The Fat Muldoou Comedy Company un coal hi owner $10 000 and wag vulunl at der the mnnagement ni Itibinaon A and lo morrow are the fhorict gave u one of the brtghte-i- t enter J20.000 of the year The moon in nrranyini; to do William Arnold delivered to Lehman UaTlng purcbatinl the Drug fctorc of ( V, 1'uicck, liuBlvtivllle, I will (untlEne to run the luitlnesa tainmentH of the eaon to a tucked liouxe. her bet for Cnriatuina lime by linhtinn up at tbeolditanl and Fro 40 head of cattle averaging 1 652 lb-A xliow ao full of laugh without an often the Ioiik, dark nijjhta I j cent and the remtining 8 at rive feature i one of the treat we aeldoui 32 aold at Mr. Arnold recently bottwht 3 cent. Foil tixeful a well an ornamental I loll get. The entire performance wa of audi duy preaente call at the Uieat Ilarntn excellence tint to praixe any one portion from virion partite 10 ol the bexl mare A FULL LINE OF- mule to be found at S00 to $100 each More uootia would hardly be fair. O.ir greatext comSiore of H. L Fowera A Co. & Co , Iirodhead for H. C. RUPLEY, $-- m New Goods for Fall and Winter, a Trial. Iell l' 1 Mc-Allt- er, SANTA GLAUS! To-HA- ., Will Open Out Next Monday, 19th, Ill'V your S and Kunday Hchool the of Chrixtian church. axintd by aomii of our Co. 'a rrickef and cake. W ATOiirn riid Jewelry repaired on sdior beat Ringer will give an entertainment for (loon. The lollowing rcxoluliono were ooticu and wtirrxntcd by A. K. I'enny. the bent fit of the Chrixtian Aid Hociety" adopted at n full uieeliug of iho oflicei of A CO.Mri.KTr: eli k ol lewclry, latottt t Walton'x Open Ihtixe, Train-day- , Dic the Chrietiati church, Dec. 17 Inasmuch A, 21) th. tyle. Kockford wnichee a ajieualty. a the xervicexof theClirmtian church have It. Fenny. In order to nave a "regulator" more been much dixturhed hy talking and laughI Vim) A MiAliiter bavinu Til K firm of diaolved, the account are ready fur eeltle oninportald with hi handxome xioreroom, ing and mnklng in the vestibule and about mtnl. Come at once mid aettle. You may Mr A It. Fenny bax purchaxed a very line Ihe door, we, ihe ollieer of the Christian are cot. oiif at a ccat ol more than a hundred dol church in Stanford, Hereby give nolica that lar and which ix warranted not to vary aa we vill inllici the eferei pnnlly ol the PERSONAL. htreafter law on any pron or much en five xenondx in a month. '.. 11. CitAKr, lundnu, Wit in die r, found guilty of thexe oflenc. D. W. In 'electing your Chrlxtma prexenta city Saturday. K. Hledne, John S. Murphy, H. J. M"iw Ham. a.nhkii n vnl J W. thexe hard lime you xhotlld xelcct xouic-thin- g T. Hiiah, J E llruce, O. W. Hronatigh, that ia durable ax well ax pretty. We John H Urighl, Henry Biughman, W. F. Hsli'ee ware In town ani M11--. H. C. Dhuk, of More atill have a very prelty line of ladlex wrapx, Tale. Oeo. C. Oivena, Clerir. drex and trimming; a large line of latlJ, Wer III In eee - leaterdlty Hadj.Y IIUitT. Sun Ouext, while in a Mil OnoiuiK 1'. .McltoiiKHTtt ban Kone bed blanket, oomfoMa, fee. Owxliif A Craig. drunken oondilioo, atteiupted to get ou the lo Brinlbe.il to yikii Iiih ilnuk'Hier. -- Mr and Mux Hahky Hanky have TlIK regular annual election of director forward plalforui of lliu biggage cir of the 8011th bound paenger train Friday at takin room nl the CouiiiirreUl Hotel. for the Lincoln County Building and HivJi'tMtKJ.W Aixjohn and Mr John ing Axxociallon, will lie held at the More Shelby City, but mi'xed hi fooling and fell. The car pteeed over hi hand, maxh-i- ng M. Held are t'endilu' He liberty court. of Secretary A. A. Warren, under Ihu anil rendering a portion of it to .Mib Ml.s.n a: Iumviiumk U bete and of Director K II. Iinrnide and "ill lake a pruuiineiit the c mcert. J. N. Meoefxe, between the hour of '.' A the umpulntion of about half of it in He wax brought home and turned Cut. J II. Iinhi.ky, of Iltrbourville, M. and II v M. on Halurday, Utc. ,1 F.ich lop()l liere Hnnilay on lii" way lo Frank Hbareholder ix enlilled lo olio voU for ever; over lo the company' phyician, Dr. Fev fort ton, who performed the operation. He ali-Mr. Catii Haii.ky Ih returned from xhare ol xtock he SV.W ADVtKTISI.XKNTS. 'omul that he wa bully cut on the arm a proi moled vinil to LiuiKville and tihelbr TlIK Myerx Hotel tlon'i want any better and that the wound in hi ftce, while not ooaalT. advertixement tlnin the live mnnberx com (Ungeroua waa n very xevere one. The nn My I) I7XTP jinlle home anil lot one Ml ltAOUKt. AM.lMiK. of Georgetown, loring it buii'ehold Tint they are well-fe- gro ha been in the habit of going to June I1 from town on the J. f ,f her aiter, Mra JililireHtepli the L"tet I heir appearance i proof Mid their lion City for whixky, xtetling ride bilhrr Danville I'lke, lloiio ban 11 roniui and there are out homes. l'nwi!on at once, ill the en Ilurch. weight nb'olutely convincing The five and thithir, but tin will probably cure '.MISS MAltV A MYLUS, Htanloril. -- Ml'iFH Kl.MA Hakmi and Kiltrenla ut lip Ihe benm at nn nKgretnte of him of mcl-inFnUiaui, of Sarlhy Ciiy, an of Mi,B Including pound, an average ol 212 ! UAHR1AOES. Nellie (.nine-- . IVarlie, who i about 10 year old, the xix AMI H.i-rin- (j t on Van-dovte- frm ioa and echoed It. Fenny. your Krucrr inr the Cincinnati A ch ol b mip-pli- for one dollar than anrwhere In town. Tiik Choir again and we will fill the lidtixe- .- South Adam, X Y. Journal. At Wnlton'e Opera H.iii-- e Dec. 20tb. pliment ix, come M. II- go-jt- jllr prt nee-air- y. Itichmond Itegixter. (Jeo. KraU hippd from here Inol three care of Chrituia cattle whicn averaged 2.000 lb. He ha purchaaed for My stock will ombraco Toys, Books, Albums, Fancy Toilet Goodi, the Leiiiuan Bro' in the BluegraBi thi xenaon, 1S.000 fit cattle, averag Drosfling CaBes.'Jowolry and Silvorwaro, Vases, &o, Qivo ub agcall, ing 1 550 lb., at an average price $125 G. per ewt The farmer in thi xection have tliua received $1,181,000 from tbi firm Bourbon Newx, alone been The turkey trade in Bourbon h unu ually large thiean'n. Tlie Veiraxaya that Oilman A Brent have xhipped 33,000 for wnich they piid OJ cent on fool. J. W. Itincom xhipped 75,000 pound, whtcli cnt him i cent drexxed. hioai the DMAtxa I headx, ftut and p irtion uf the entrailH re taidel On the l.m lui the etiui of $6,021 wa Drugs, Books, Stationery and rea.izeil. Clark cou"t' turkey crop thi Fancy Articles. ea-- i n brought ber $10,500. Filty thoroughbreil horne, Ihe proper Phvilclnm' pretcrlptlons accurately compoundwl Iv of W. L Scott, were cold at Lexington Ahv Tea Thurxday at an average nl $1 300. Tiay brought $10 500; Tortliltglit $7,000 K and Hatan $5 100. The next day 07 beiil -; morx were dlxpo-e- d of at an average of $020, making the total Hmount received foe The Largest Stook of Watches, Olooks, '3 the 118 hexd 120 550 Oa the lRt day, S. Jewelry and Silverware "jrBx7w& II. B'lighman, of thi place bought ImW-: W$: f Ikla tv, n VaI Ial aas Tna JH ' ported London b Li'laii ler.dim Brace JfcU-the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He- Z. Virgil, dam V let for $07 and Feliciler by "v paired on short notice and Warranted. Felicia Inr 300 S.t-urday, CHRISTMAS GOODS,! J. WEATHERFORD, HnstonviUo. &, m -- wmmSm&i Sil''--- ' cvCSv ''" yykJ K FHABKAGIST, JEWELER. ysr.TLWirn h9l$ " t ierjryMSssr is$ r aV'aa V1A11 rvVi i h ' on o d ?f r IXlllil UlV near7 Wall Paper, "&i z$rt?-zzML Keg" ciel ef. Williamsburg, Ky. Ferry Wall, Ihe ex king of the In a very desirable piece ot property waa uiarried in itiltimore last week to Thin Hotel r ami will beolilchtM anil on erniy term-- , If rold at A negro boy Miee Laura Melbourne. once. Kr p.tf tkulara call at Hotel or on t) B. , Ilarrli, WIlli.iiiialitirK, Kv., or N. A. ltlcbarilfon, Eugene Snodgrass, formerly of wail on Judge 7l5 W. 1'tie.tmit at , LouliTllle, Ky. Femberton, of and Mis Annie Yarnon, ha ben in the habit of taking a In Iridianapnlia. tin her week. -- Me. anii Mil- I niTm amuihif, awig out of hi turtle every morning, whrn inglon, were married there last Misi Millie Mr. Humphrey Faria and he went to clean out hi room. Hy xome a bride and crooui ever hafipy lookine mixlake a hottle of ammonia got in the po- Feeder were married at Birbourville last StiiceMora to Wallace A Cochran, I! x'ey. Cel, were giieilx I Hit- rtion UHUally occupied by the other medi week. They will live at Kist Hernsladl. 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky., Tliere nevrr was as few marriages for LOCAL AFFAIHS cine and the negro thinking thnt the Judge GENTS1 If the young folk1 had changed to brnndv 'rom old Hiurbnn the timeof the year. A.NOritTll lol of 'Hull Djl'" Jeana pAnta Cooper will nave do better Thomp-i- e took a big xwallow. The rexlllt wa that tlon'i a;i:.n IS FOIl Bruce ft Mrltoberla rtteived yealerday hi mouth and throat were terribly burned nothing to buy his children Christmas i Kr:. John Hri.i. (Iibs Mern to the Christian home at nearly 200 pound. LltliTille t ti week. Diiinkino Ammonia. Miv Jt'i.irr Oil.:, of l.iiictr, ato named John Culyar, who pel oer wi'h Mr. It C. Vnrren O iTer "ill lake making up theentire family, the avtrigo dude-- , Central Hotel, Ii' fale or Xicase Furniture, tiM JjV?-i-: M Cases, Caskets, Robes, FvCs?31liWw7 Bfltis6e& i Kock-castle- Lx 281-U- J WOOD WALLACE, THE Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. Vnn B. K. WEAREs-J- , Stanford, FURNISHER am tiii; YoU ill eaieoo't hf inliikT liie Rrrotiut and he l.aa xince been in a very pitiable owe the firm o( IViuiy V MoAliler if condition. 10 you pay before Foil the, puroe ol jogging your memo rr we will xlate that the ltdie of the Fre (it'.M CoATH, Kllm If Kite, 1,'ciin elioen, t'lnil hytenan church will give a xtipper and indole-- , in jjreil variety ai II. ('. Johnan' Jol'H b'Ztr in IVnny'x old xtoreroom Friday lme atiop, unit drxir lo Intkiuok night, 2.1 1. The xnpper ill be complete .s'AI. ctlice. In all it appoiutiuent and the bazir will Ip you will uive mid ariirlea a nrck conit of mvny u ft fill and ornituenttl ar wear, m.derMear, a nice ptir ol Itootx or licit x. All the I ad it of the church are hon lor ChriHtiiiKx tfifte ton will do riuht earntxily reipwxled to oiutribtile to both Craij:. We have them. Owaley xupper and tiMir. Admixxion 50 cent and eat what you want; children under 12 half U.MiKll the lieti! of ' A Km!lerV Com prtpents with. 1XOI t.VAIMMilS I,AUM)ltV. jou Jn. ineiiia" will be fuiirul vniiie veijr interratuiK price To fullv perfect arrangement the nrgrapl a by an old alaer, We hope lo ladle will meet nt Mi, ll.uvey Mcltjberlx' Weiliiexday afternoon. unke h ooluuin a permtnenl one. ONBof the argument agaiii'l Ihe prohil bidder t lie WIl.I. red lo the iiaiulruiim binldiiit: lot ul Win. Crait;, on bitum law in thi county, in it hearing the Court iif Ajiptal, in the Ii.trnside Main reel, niiixixite the Feiiiale College, rtlurilky nfUriMnifi at I! ti'iilnck aharp, cne, wi t tie xwvepuig nun re of 11, no liiiior lieing nllownl In I).) cold under il Dec. 21 h. J ilin H.CraiK. on proscription for uiedionl otijeot or lor Mil. CIIKI8T Alum, our 0 ever (lerinnn tmcrauienul pnrprvii Upon thtx tiuextion frinod, who n.n a olieexe fnciory not far the cjurt with ouie xhu at liuuiir fiiyx; from ti.wr , !elt iim a libxiil Kainple ol lii- "One who M xeeKing to obtain l tie privilege lii(li can pro of eeliing lii inr Iw retail, or aa a txverag', maiiil'kotnrv ye'lenUy, He if rloint. ijuito a I tiii ctn not i.i(iinn the cxutituuoi :i ity nl A Si. 1 . nniini'n I.p- - in II. linn ami dvr'iM to iMluceed the law wnioli dii iie mui t lie privilege up I lllk-hme 1 t on the ground ttitt it f jrhule the nale ol liipior even lor religioiM or medtotl pur meiil I.iver. ari uoi filled in 11 Wnltun'-- i poxex, ii preicripiion dent Cmupinr, Mnh nppir i.'oiujiuiiIOii talilei xuopiied llniine Monday next, Urt h, i what room, nor (tin Opera from Hiioh place." Tne attorney for Ihe you hale bef look inu for -- u lllllltfliiiu if ctmr appeil nt xty the wiiolenpintou it 11 '. picinllv, uiinaire inna n mil lUnc itodge ol iiverr i'lelinil presented TltK Funiiii; lill enyiue epriing a le.i TlIK weniber preiiiciion Irnm theHignal u dV or iw aijn and i;VeltiH ooiupmy a Utclv in Service ilep iriinnit have at ltxt begun to of whtl w tiae experi-nce- d Inxle Friday morning The tir-- t thai line Fnil iniMhat i' wfni'd not work, to arrive. -- ml re.,1, ' To W F. W.tllon, Ht,.nford, they it nn, tint w, only ih deUyeil a Kentucky, fair, warmer weatner. Cire ehntt tini' ne tbeir U5 howpiwer engine Fur during thed.iy but it night w:t ly." to iUv r to inorrn, is due liere a hum hegHn In fall and ilex' moriiitig Ihu Ticket Agent. II whole fjce of thee irth wa while with an ClIIIAl' KATK'i.-(ie- n. ft Olio, Inch or two ol it. Siturda7 morning'a pre V Fii'Iit, of t.he Coemp-Hk- e warmer weather, folere "F-nrwnHH that ro'iml trip ticket at '2 cent per diction mile each wy. from all Hiaiiuna to all lowed by ruin." Wnen we polled thiit thoee between FnuehiiN, Va , and Lexing- who nb'ei veil the threntened cloudrf were ton, Ki will ne "dil anv day b ween Dj dinp ined to laugh, hut in nn hour or so the cember ii4h ami January 1I, incltmive, huh huiet forth and continued to nliine all train of January .rfny, iia warmth melting nearly u the good In return till tne .1, 1888, That night it rained elightly. The now diopitchea will not come on Hunday, but To avoid the run i and itui that we are i before ChrUtmne every other morning at 7:30 they will bo cure In haven few day we advlae our patron a near aa practic-hi- n poHted at the Intkuiok Jouiinal btrlding, to make their oelectiona early in the corner Main and Lancanter etreota and the Tiimik le inn The 111 -- Fl lulu fur the amue MilldiMiii Irimi Slil br 11 r, 11 Mr. Jame- - L. Culver, county attorney ol Fulaski, and a ynung lawyer of much promise, was married to Miss Fannie, the The iartnerhlp herotofore exlatlnte umlfr Ihe name Kaller tiF accomplished daughter ol Dr. I) D.Owens, firmumiiial ofi Jim A Mr. Henry tills ilay ill fs.il t, J by Fuller miring. mil. anil (ollei.taal . Juiik atiiiinea all llablllilt-iI.. Somerset lisi week. al : II. handsome We enw Williamsburg's '. Crab Orclunl, h'y. Dc. H, ISsT. postmaster nn the triin Isst reek, but he did tint intimate lo us the purpose of his All pran having aioouut' flth Jonea A Fultrip, winch since turned out to be tne ls r ii'Ut (ome lurwaitl nnd settle by January 1st, rlriu', Imslu-- si mint iw soiintl al once. a taking ol a better half. Miss Le Chand- liS -- HI the K. W.J. i'j Udy'n name and she is the pretler was the ty daughter of lion J. II. Cnandler, ol Thle li to tiotlfv the public tint ne will not r (Jsuiphellsvill" in It any hunting or anyjother Ui'Hftrn ou our OEA THS, rwn or iviiiint farms, but w, will punliti any to ttic fu If tlmtol the lar, to Mr. Mtria Ol bart, the mother of Nov 1, Im:. K J.l.ll -.Mrs. Ourneliu Vatuiy, died Friday mi r.nnr ; js. at the advanced uge of Si Slie had hern .i. .ti. an invalid for f.iiir years, during which WUjI.I I U liKVIi lime she has bad to be Idled about, ho help B mi in less and feeble Wis her condition Ibis county, i or near Fey Ion's well, whore nlie Ins ever eince resnled, l,e wm never outside Us Itmiis but on"e hen she yisiteiS I willstl at pib'iciui Ho. to the hljliest Milder friends in Fayette county. This was before iSr?7, the dsys of railroads and it i said that til On Tliiirmttiy, Dec. a trim of cam in Twenty-seveold lady never even sa heal ol exir iotnl yearling imile, fat Mums, 1 bunt ulea, her life. Stie j duel the Freshyierian church ol Mulet'olla, 'iaxe.1 it &1' !." llieot l'.irmini; ti l cai ln; Cattle, ami when ipiilo voting hui! for more than three oin - irn; f Waifous, l'lowa, li nrs .Mower nd lleaper ami overy tiling In score and ten veare lived medfintlv in the Ciiuiiml line. iOI lurel el Corn, lUy In birn the firnilug and anveral aUcts. lot ol whea' lu girner. Ilouaj-bol- d filth. and Kllchen 1'iirnltiire wilt ai be aold A Tract of Land, After nmithiuf lilne, during 7hic't HO Arrt'S, I)lx lllvur, and one of Oil Ivrt'n, ijliiR she was renJerel totally blind, Little Jfii the farms ot the iite, in thu uncintt'r late tteo. King and I K Carson will nli- - bo sold. uio Kvans, ilauhter of Mr. Usorge W n on day of ale. Terms nude Lu s , IJ II' I'V I v.w Ff.atis, awiy Friday morning at the home of Mr. J V H.itciings, Crab Orch C. W. (Y1ETCALF, JR., ard. Her disease, ws a moil rcnnrkablo A'OTIi'JB! . .IO.S. I'll.ltt.H. hs IPosteca.- B TJ "T trwlR I'l'.Vfl.E: roos.i.iioici:. rnt. ixi, j. ti.jititi.Ks:, PUBLIC SALE JLnnd, look nnd Crop. CHRISTMAS OP TRIX, i 2, 1 I T. R. "WALTON -- ltwu i pi-si- 'd COICM3U- i c-- ve 1 1 fir , one and her i til ciious almost beyond but stie b 're them heroically ami almost without a murmur. She is so much belter oil tint bur friends would bo cruel to wtdi her bi;k, as mitcn as her presence comforted them. A'ter a funeral cervicu by Kiv, J. L. Smith in the Biptit church, Crab Orchard, the remains were laid bedde those of its mithtr, in the Lincnter cemetery. .t litis It VllllOUItVUTvIC, - - ICY. practice In any court In Ka.Mern Keuluckv. i:xanilnallii a (t laud lilies m.l'ln t hx tally All)' nilnernl rizeiraca of timber, coal, iliubtr mid on any Minis for sale. Information lurnlBruit (Wl-f- ) point .mil rom" poi deu. e aillcile-- l 111 '' nt Liiff mui Ufa! AkciiI, Kh-!- (; MAIN & SOMERSET STS.. MLlil-iClVj-Ht- V. LANoTsfockAiJb'cBop. laiudally oH'ntuu an elegant line ot .SprliiK tjumiuer Milliner), IncludlnK all aud lai I weeV. It will be utterly impossible for ua on all our cuslomera Saturday, '21, to wIt although we will do our best. Hemember ihe large DjII in the show window goei to p.rty holding the lucky ticket Saturday v s without fnil. S. L. Fowera A Uo. Ileal hog were worth 6 05 on the Louis The Latest Novelties of the Season. vllle market yesterday. Also Notions, aucti as Handkerchiefs, Collars The imported jack, liotilanger, eold in and Curia, ltucliloK, Corsnts, utlos etc. Von Tennessee lust week for $1,100. will dud mo at the rooms lately vaulted by bml-l- e A Warren, next dour to tbu Myers House. Fahm TOlt Rknt- .- 50 acres of good land KA TK I VI O Kit A It. Walnut Flat. L. M. Lsb for corn, near FOX, E. ley. hoioted from the build There are in e'eralora along the lines , Hge lo correspond j ing. Tne piedictiona are to cover VA houre of road in Minneaota and Dikola, 95,000.-00- 0 Yesterday's pre bushels of wheat. Irom 7 of each morning. e August Belmont haa resigned rw Freai-den- t diction were "Slightly warmer, fair, Has removed to his elegant now bulldlnu opponnd Director of the American Jockey site the ot ihceand Is better man ever prepir-e- d j lowedjby light raina." The warmer and fair puollc with due pictures to accommodate portion of the latter hid been fulfilled up Club -- a position he has held for more than from I'hotoijrapUs totbe slie. hatlslactlun tiuar. 1H tecU. J0 7ears, to last night. I0;-V- iuoro,m,iiMKi, ia villi;, ky. H. fol-th- .1 L.i -- . LOVE IS LORD OF DEATH. Tin true; I shall love thee forever, I know, Wlillc Mins shall rise or tide shall How, And when on my heart lies death's hand cold, 1 shall love theo then as In days of old. I shall look for the llfjlit of thy dark blue eyes liemeu's Klorles rle, When the For one plnnee from those ej es w 111 be to me The glory of immortality. Throuitli the streets of that city of tmrnlshsd rol.l I shall look for my love of t he days of old I shall list for her tolce "mid the angel's strain, Without her e'en heaeu were eternal jwln. or . could afterward have bitten out my tongue nt my own stupidity. I might have given him one word one sign even of recognition; but no; I must stand there down faced like a fool, until a gasping sigh aroused me. Ho had fainted dead away. Ho ne er seemed to know mo after that. Ah me! Perhaps it is just as well, for in this terrible liurly burly of war wo are not likely to met t again.' Timv. mellow May morning of the year 1W7, n gentleman was walking along one of those puzzling, alphabetical side streets of Washington, which in the early ixM helium days were usually either liathcd in mud or choked with dust. A lodglt'g rvd lmnrdlng house atmosphere ornientod the dingy brick houses on either side. A tawdry weariness of asjKVt brooded over them, as though tho requirements of existence were burdensome. Andrew Johnson's clforts to com iliate tho old nrist4Hiratic element of the south were at their climax, and the national capital was much frequented by the social anil !itical leaders of Dixie in cuiisoinieuce. Many of them were sadly impoverished amlnired, perforce, their decayed yet unrutlled gentility On "I dared not ralso my eyes, though I 'FEMALE SMUGGLERS. How Thoy Aro Uumnskod by of Tholr Own Box. OfH-cln- l3 A PARISIAN GHOST. a thou know how fully thy name drenm of fame li woen w it It I hne dreamed, so that timu nor eternity Holds faith or loe that dot's not lyenn thee. Home Journal. Ah, love, dot THREE INTERVIEWS. he. Ono morning In August, Iyainlo, of the th South Carolina infantry, then on special stiiir detail In Richmond, Vn., was Kising down n lino of new recruits drawn up for medical inxctioii. Ho put them through the muni contortion. They swung their arms, no up on their toes, rolled their eyes, ami put our their tongues after the manner of their kind, while ho tlmiiicl and K'rAtinfccri them not unlike a critical darky in a melon (witch. At last he halted U'fore n medium sized, yellow hnired lad, whoMj lcardloss face, slender phyhiime and evasive, not to say nervous manner indicated that youthful timidity was strongly contending with the llery resolution that had doubtless brought him hither. His prcteniaturally largo bright eye. hardly ever rohO in their glances above the surgeon's sash and sword licit. His face and neck were well tanned, yet his features were of clnsie regularity and his hand small and sliaiioly. The routlno ipiestions as to age, etc., were answered with evident reluctance. The doctor Mi'tiied to grow suspicious, for he suddenly pressed his knuckles sharply against the youth's chest. Tho latter sprang Uiek w ith a swift nppealing glance at his tormentor, who abruptly turned, passed to tho next mall and so on down tho line. When he had finished, Dr. Iyzarde returned to the lad, and consulting his list, said in a cold, olllcial tone: "Your name Is Oliver Wlldf "Yin, sir." "You will come with me, Wild. Your case seems to require special attention."' The surgeon led the way, while Wild, wit ft eyes uikiii tho ground, quietly followed h'm into a private olllce, when the latter cloed the door and turning to tho would lo sohlier he snld sternly: 'Now, miss or mndam, how long havo you been masquerading in this attire and what is your real lmriKWjf' The youth looked up with a frightenM contraction of feature, then assumed with ellort a hardened, indilfervut air, sa nig"I reely don't make out to understand ye, sir." "I will make my meaning plain. You are a woman. It is dilllcult to conceal such things from a physician who knows his Do not deny it. Twould save you from a more public e.xiiosure. Your motives though widely mistaken, may be honorable; yet, though too Confederacy needs soldiers batlly, wo can do without women In that cniacity for a while yet. I also fear that in your language, asin your actions, you are veiling your real station in life by an assumption of ignorance as unnatural to you as it seems degrading to me.'' As Iyzardo concluded, tho other lowered his gare to the lloorand remained obstinately silent. The doctor resumed: "You will see that it Is inixssiblo for mo to jwiss you. Yet if you have a real desire to crvu your country, there are other ways wherein you may do so without un.se.xiug yourself. There nre" "Do you really think sof she interrupted, (Wo may as well say "she" now.) In her earnestnes she forgot her cracker dialect and intonation, aud spoke with a pure und refined enujiciation. "Certainly," replied Iyzarde. "There nre hospital'', needing gKd inirw-s- ; nlo the SU ters of Mercy and Charity of various religious aud secular orders who follow the ambit-lannd brave shot and shell to nccomplMi goo.l work on the Kittletleld. The courage of ths soldier is far more essential than the demotion of those who minister to hiiiunn sutrer-lti- g amid fiightful perils to tho living. Kven your face nnd hands are artificially tauued. busl-nes-- s. n lW, Or. (ioorRO alsout the boarding houo nither than the great hotels. The gentleman finally pulled a certaiudoor Iwll and was ushered into a much used by a white npronod mulatto, who took his card and hastened up stairs. The isitor sank liack Into a chnir and l(Hikel out at tho window. Ho was tall, slender and well dressed, with n iensivoair, a long brown mustache and close clipped hair slightly tinted witli gray. Five minutes parsed, and his attitude remained unchanged. Then there was a soft rustle of dracry down tho hall, a faint scent of violets in the air, and u low clear voice entering her ear as its ow tier glided into his presence. He had arisen, hat in hand, as these words were utteied: "Dr. Iyjirde will pardon this intrusion, I hio, for instead of Mr. Sonbrook, it is mily his niece. Uncle Horace is out Good heavens!" "My little recruit again!'' These exclamations were the result of a mutual survey of each other. The lady flushed violently, then her face slowly xi!cd, as her large eves rested in wondering on the stranger. Ho drew a deep breath, then said, hesitatingly: "Are you indeed Mr. Senbrnok's niece his favorite niece, as he has told mef' "He is foolish enough to call me w; yet what must you think of mo you, his old friend, w honi I thought I had never seen ir-lomUir-rassinont H IJeforo she coi'M resist he took ono of her hands, pushed up tho eoatxleeve, revealing thereby a shnK'ly white arm. Through the brown upon her cheek ho saw the rich color rising as she hung her head. At this eriod sumo one entered tho outer nlllc, and the doctor, bidding her to rtinain there until his went out, closing the iloor behind him. JTIt was several minutes liefore ho cnino recruit line!;, only to Hurt that the woulil liad vuni.hed. An otwn winduw looking into a back yard, that coniniuiiicutod with aJi alley leading to the street, explained tho manner of her exit. He afterward made various disensjt inquiries, yet liwml of her no more, finally abandoning the qui--t with n feeling of pique. Hho had iuteicsUd him mnro tlian he felt tho heroine of such a duwimd. Tlieru was a freakish contradiction and a mystery involved tliere-i- n him; yit as that puzJul and tho months wore on these impriN. ions .railii-ull- y faded into a vugue, gently regretful memory. 1 Seef Her color again rose and her eyes fell his gaze, but he smiled roguishly, saying: "It might take hours to tell all I havo thought alxmt j on. And so you were tho romantic young lady w ho mn away from tho convent school in Charleston after Gettysburg, I lent on doing hemic and impracticable wonders for your country. Horace wroto mo something of it at the time, yet 1 never dreamed until now that my little recruit and she were one." "I fear it has not added to your good opinion of me, and hail I thought the stern young doctor liefore whom I trembled, and I'nelo Horace's old friend George Iywirde were also ono and the same, I should never have dated to face you." "Yet I have often w ished to nsj you," said he earnestly. "It must havelieen that tho wWiwas father to the thought In enabling you today, having only seen me to you once Wfore." "Are you so sure of thatf she asked archly. He looked at her inquiringlv, then replied: "I was wounded, you know, or rather you didn't know. It was shortly liefore the surrender. I wns delirious, I think, but I fancied that I caught glimpvs of your fair, fairer than I had seen it Ix'fore, yet still yours. It was doubtless onlv fancy, though its fleeting, recurring vludiiess madi it seem mil." "Then you neur heard of Ki?ter Maria Jones (" Her face was grave, yet a merry light lanced in her eyes. "Well, no," ho returned luiMivpcctingly. . I us, yit "There were many you are quiniug me." "What woudi'iful penetration! So, sir, you never hcsird of her.. 1 fcaryou will next deny having coldly advftfil a timid soldier lxiy to go as a nurse, after telling him" "Why, of course I reuiemlx'r that, and" "Silence! After plainly intimating that his budding patriotiMii deserved no higher avenue to fame." "I humbly plead guilty to that charge, vet what has that to do with KUter Maria Smith "Jones, sir. There were nlready tx ninny Smiths in the order. Xow, don't It occur to you that your soldier lmr might haw his sex in apKurilig as a nursef Men have many privileges, but sistcihood is us yet denied them. Sister Tom Jo.us wouldn't have sounded well, no it had to lo Maria instead, and" lio-fo- re e r "Tljofi mi were Sit MR. Sister Mnrlu .Tones, a nurse of the order of s attached to tho tho "Whito Cro-u,- " of Gordon's ill. Won, was attending the wounded in the ivnrof the trenelu) before IUchmoiid. Tho time was the winter of HsflW, (imnt was drawing hi-- , cordon tightly arouuil tho dx until rity. Without those battle worn Hue were all the jionip and ciivunmUinco of war; within, it suller-in- g and denotation. The men in the riflu pits wurostietchul to theitiiKst limit consistent with safety, at d the ll;;b ing wt.s iiir.-u:.- t nnd severe. One day HLstr MaiJa was called on to attend a yoini smvai, whose prof-ioianlor on the Held had subjected him to n dangerous wound, fc'lw started lmck at tho hight of his pale, iu.ili!iratc lacv, then qitiitly bcttliug herself w ith u new ivol e, she hardly left his side lor two iLiys. He was then taken to Hichmond, where hotter accomniiMlations to him. After his depmtuio could be Sister Marin continued In r work of mercy u usual, yet thwiv were gnr.er lines upon her fuco ami at times a tofi, iiilnniicctivu light in her eye, while she might hue Ixvn detected in committing certain thoughts to her diary that sho would never wi.lingly liave made public, The next entry after tho wounded surgeon's departure ran thus; "Ho is gone, ami so ends my briel drenm. Ilorei-mciehis strength sulllclently to endure removal, and d lring ono lucid interval lie riyognized me. It hapiened that I alono His brown eyes oiened was by his side. with n lMwllderel glare; he looked around lilm wearily, then fixed his gaze upon my In spito of myself I MuMicd and fnce. looked down. Thou 1 Iwiird him murmur, as if 16 hiniR'lf : " 'It must my littlo recruit ran oil.1 inulm-lanco- "Who nursed you in t'a- - f'ulilMiopltl." "Then I did so. you theie alter all. I shnll never dUpute my fancy n tain. How I regret my gratithat I did not havo sense to tude." Thev lHiked nt each other in sileneo for a through moment. Then her ga& waiulcn-tlu window; on her cheek vni a tender pl.iy I of and she sight! softly. Hh own lis.k wc.s one of tinrejinwMil aduiiratiiiu. I luiud, saying: took lur utiiosi-tiu- g ".Miss Seahrook, iurgivo my Hliiiiitnws. I mv" olteu tjiought ot you, slight nmi vu-iour liiU'i'course, and as lias now" The front door suddenly opened and a heavy step was heard in the hall. With a glance and a smilu lntiisllguniig her late that no lover ioiiM mutako, she gently withdrew her liiiml just as an arable looking, middle aged mail appoints! In tho doorwnv, nnd said wlcha i'rotwiu intsutiqition of mil-ler- ter Marin' epnt ar Ik-c- y: I "Uncle Horai-e- , here is n stmnger who mi strongly lii desire to lie a friend th.it tlieiU(t-tion.- " shall leave liilti with you .is-er-ts lok-ettl- And shedid. The natuitiof the settlement may bo determined from the following nouco l Courier in The Churle-to- n Hint some timu dm ing the follow ing November: "At the residence of Hoiiice Smluook, l'sq.,(),il; Cottage, St. Andrews p.uUli, by tho Uev. ChnrltN Cnteswiirth, Miss Allco SoabliMjk to Dr. (!. W. ljzardeof tliis city. No cunU" William Terry Hiown in Atluutti Constitution. npiK-arei- A ('rushing Iteliuhe. ioo-p-! Tho unauthorized use which wealthy frequently try to make of talented guests ivtvlveil a crushing rebuke tho other day. Saint Saens, tho coniONor, was invited to n dinner, tho invitation containing the announcement that ho would play. As soon as lie entered tho house tho wealthy hostess asked him to play. "O, mnduuie, liefore dinner I cnnnotl I am too hungry." Aftr dinner tho hosU'ss again requested him to play. "How can you ask that, madnmef I havo eaten too much!'' said tlio iiuuposcr. 'Flicro are a good many sociuty ladies in this city who might lead tho foregoing with advantage and then paste It in their bonnets.- Loudon World. earth Iu a riithcrdisuuil part of Paris. The correspondent of uppurlMou, the An IntrrrMlnj; Description of the Work of Jliihj Trltjraih Paris was iu the habit tho says, of lnspeetressos on the Vlmre making its manifestations near the luguof thr Trunks xml brious Camps do Navels, or "turnip Held.'" Uustlesor l'ulr Tourlstn. wficro the mangled remains of decapitated criminals aro finally deposited utter the Indignnnt woniun is not a pleasant per- doctors have done with them. Kor the past son to run tigninst, and usually people give fortnight the people who dwell near tho her u wide berth ; but wait on tho docks of cemetery have been frightened by tho Now York for a Uuro)cau Htcauicr, and "bogy," which usually selected cloudy you find her, not in the singular, but in tho nights for Its walks abroad. Tho specter plural, number. In former years (says tho was described as being of gigantic size, l'rovldonco (H. 1 ) Junrwtl, It wns an easy with long arms, and some market gardenmatter to rush through a few (!) presents, ers who hud passed near It in their carts fifty or so. Now, with the advent of women during the small hours of the morning said on tho docks asinpcctrcsses, a sad change one of their number had tired u whole tock-etfha come o'er the sjiirit of tho fair travelof bullets from a revolver at it wither's dream. These iuspectrcsscs aro out touching it. Tho inhabitants of the lvry in number, under the charge of township became so terror-strickethat Mrs. Mary K. Williams, chief of tho buroiu-Thewould not one of range in age from sixteen years to tho graveyard them night. venture near Legends at that point where women stop having birth- talcs were being fast concocted and by days. Their hours at the bargo office on tho oldest inhabitants, iu order to the Battery aro from ulno uud seven n. m. impress the young eoplo with u duo on alternate, weeks to six p. in. At this idea of the thrilling oxoncneos of their casoii they are rushed, Sunday being the elders, and It was darkly hinted that the busiest dny. A comietitivo ghost might be the shade of one of the murexamination, such as any pupil In the up- derers whose debris find u rosting-pluein per grammar grades could pass, secures u the lvry gmve-yanTho more practical position uud a salary of ninety-thre- e dollars Inspector of iollco of the district, however, a month. When a vessel is sighted off Fire regarded the ghost from a nineteenth centIsland, Its arrival is wired to the bargo ury iMint of view; and when the mysterious oflleo. At tho Narrows the Custom-Hous- e movements or the gigantic figure with the officials board the great steamer, aud othlong arms were brought to his mgnizaneo ers, with insectresoh, prepare to meet her ho shrewdly conjectured that the long arms Hod to her landing. At one end when safely were iu search of something He accordsaloon the men ingly organized a nuz.a as of the gorgcously-fltted-uif the ghost whs in brass buttons and white caps with gilt u vulgar prowler, and his men insignia, seat thcmsclxcs, uud in Indian file stationed nocturnal themselves behind a clump of the passengers iomo up to the impromptu trees. Soon they saw the phantom rise desks. from a gruve and direct its steps towards a "our nnmel" asks the officer. potato field close Having "J. Helene Jones." So much Is honest. unceremoniously to the cemeterylc!wecn it climbed a wall "Alono or with nn escort t" Here comes Jho rub. If unattended, her and the potatoes, the apparition proceeded , whence it drew forth u ladyship must submit to the hundred eyes to a ,hiding-placehand-cartwhich it begun to Ml with potaof the female Argus detailed to Inspect tho luggage of ladies travelling alono. If with toes. The policeman charged at the midnight Mtato robber and handcuffed him n gentleman this is avoided, and although , sho has tramped all over the Continent, The apKiriUoii, enveloped in his winding-sheet- , was thou marched to the station-houseand bought from every shop iu Ixni-do- u where he was speedily identified usi nnd Paris without any mil, the result just being pulled up from the hold of tho a juvenile delinquent of the parish who had ship, nt the present moment she finds male already qualified himself for change of air protection a most desirable thing. Her !eyoiid the seas by divers oIToiisch which answer, truthfully or no, goes down, und ho hud planned with great ingenuity. the next interrogation is regarding the A WILD MAN DEAD. number of trunks, boxes, parcels und They must all be eniiiuemtitl, "big Th SiiiKiilur s,try r it StntiiKcly.lntrr-estin- i; little box, b.md-boand bundle." letiis I'miill). "Dutiable or sho is asked. For over twenty years, says u Hcuuttiout Nino cases out of tea, sho smilingly says dispatch to tho Galveston ttn, a wild man sho has nothing at all upon which duty can by the niuno of Richardson and his family, bo enlarged In her judgment. Subsequent consisting of his wifn, with an occHhioual events prove that differences of opinion child addexl, have inhabited the woodland still exist in this cold, cruel world, where thickets of Jasper and Harden Counties, an unfeeling Government persists in levyhiding hither uud thither as occasion might ing a tax on female J'r(r t. Madmoiselle require, subsisting on the native prmluits is then passed to tho man opiiostte and of the forest, such us acorns, roots, etc , signs her n.iiue to this paper. Sho has thus , and when oporttliilty afforded the decaying sworn to possessing no dutiable articles. llesh of dead wild animals In their wisxlcd If squeamish she may reply that she has a rutront, hodgisl in by almost iuicnclrithto few trifles and is asked to unme them and thicket, this strange family lived uutruni- place upon theo a valuation Seldom is tneled by the rules of civilUcd society. This tlu true cost given, and often sales bills life thoy led until ulnnit three mouths ago, nre produced (kindly arranged by parties when, unwittingly wandering within three her statements. across), substantiating miles of HcHiimotit, the family, apsiivntlv The questioning closes with a number almost overcome by sickness and hunger, handed her on n check, conesionding to and unable to wander further, were c.qi- that on her sworn deposition. With it goes turcd by p.issers-band brought here. The a circular informing one bribery is punish- church apNniitsl a committee, who rented able. The steamer reaches her pier. a house lor them and undertook to furnish Mile. Jones, in n new seal jacket nnd them with nil the substuutials of life, bonnet, bring down numberless but old gray heads shook at the action of Parisian small parcels, her steward, gracious under the committee. That man will die, a final tip, in the rear with portmanteau, a house they said, if you put him rugs anil umbrellas. Sho embraces wait- where lie is protected from the inelements, ing admirers, announces she "had a treatment of this kind will kill them, all lovely time; actually gained sixteen they need it plenty of ram and sunshine, pounds !' this last fact corroborated by au cold and heat, u hollow log or grass) ineud- apparent increase iu volume and weight. ow to sleep iu. Hut the fated hand of civ- Somehow her has swelled, iluatKin was kindly placed on them. In a but she accounts for this us the vry latest comfortable house the tender hands of the from Kegent street fashion models. Hut first ladies of the land nursed them, preach- keys uro culled for. Sho Is most voluble, or prayed for them; they were furnished too much so for the cool miss in ulster now medicine by the skilled hand of uu alliqiatli controlling all belongings. To the le physician, fed on the best the market af bag first dives the wmau official. Nothing forded, but, notwithstanding all the kind (hero. Her steamer trunk. Also empty, treatment, the prediction of the gr.i la .ids void of tiny thing suspicious, although a became true, and the wild spirit of the man. night-dres- s case is poktd into, toilet lag the child of nature nnd au inhabitant if and boves ditto. Still nihil. Hugs, fur j nature's wild forest, winged its way to the Miss happy htintiiig-groliudcloak und umbrellas nre opened. of eternal rest The Jones started with none, she now carries survivors wi!l now witness the strange sight four of a recent make. They pass. A of siring the f.ithor uud huslmud laid t.' Irs second key opens u huge Saratoga and oach eternal rest in the bonom of mother curth tray comej under ins)oction. There is in a coffin made by skilled workmen of so:ue much head gear, suspiciously new, but it great city, and iid for out of the coders uf goes us personal belongings. Lingerie Jefferson County, while they look uu and comes under inspection, but also jtasses. wonder like some dumb creatures at the Diessesof late muko are tossed aside and strain?!! proceedings. Tho survivors of this into each corner go the quick hands. Ah' strange fumih will now, no doubt, betake something hard 's struck! A box. Out it themselves to their former retreat, as the comes iu n jiffy. Cover torn off and through toil and worry and work csHX'ially were extho icl;ii:g comes a pair of lovely vases. ceedingly dihtustcful to them. Those are quietly laid aside. During this tho owner is all the timogivingiiifurmiUiou, SOME FAT OFFICES. historical, of the origin and causo of each article. Hut Mil's Inspecvrehs is cooler than I.urrntlw 1'ixltlons at the DUpo.ul of the IIiiiiso anil ,sriuili. the traditional cucumber. Suy Austin n the Cincinnati '1 Another trunk is unstrupiicd and unoffices under the ll&use and Senate, locked. Diesfcos, everywhere, dresses some but quarter made und one of dimen- counting every thing, number nearly .". sions twiii- Mile. J. Holeiic'B shw. The keen and the amount of money they m is tint eyo of tho ex.Miiiner obierves this nnd the much below .Vhi.imi a tt rni. Nolxxly would garment goes on top of the box," followed believe it until the notes are countisl mid by a gentleman's mackintosh, nnd later a the money mid. And it is a curious fu t. Worcester, 'he visj of the too, that the scramble for the stnalltst lump in lamp stuffed witli luce. GIovch nru plenty, offices is just about an vigorous us fur the but give way to a silk skirt. On the princi- largest ono. The best paid man m the ple of set a thief to catch a thief, put u service of the House or Siuate is the man woman to fathom a woiuun's ways, and you who ivpoi is the debutes in the Senate. He need not be surprised to see tho inspectress gets a cod 'J.,(k a yi'Hr. Of course he hold up the skirt to the light, rip ojwn one must hire all of his assistants out of this, of tho gores, and nhow round after round of but he works it pretty shrewdly, nnd it is heavy jet stitched inside. The pile is now suid saves about .i.ii(iO out of his salary, of goodly size, its owner tearfully exclaim- taking one year with another. Of course ing: "It's u shame; they're only presents long session ..i. liuid uu nun, fur he gets from friends in England!" Hut the inspoct-res- s the sumo whether the session bo loug or heeds her not, but goes for tho ap- short. The next be. ; m- -a iu tho way of praisement with the deposition, which she coniieusjtiou is the Secretary of tl.o litis all tho time hold in her hand. Mile. Senate. He gets MI.1W a your, orcl.ii'.il a Jones begins to breathe easy. Politely she yeur more than a Senator gets. Kven tho Is asked to place a alue upon the gixsls and clerk of the House gets more than a she does so. Just as she is slinking IiiiikIh member, his salary being Vm a year. i0 a year with herself and wondeiing If she will have They run from that down to enough left m her porteiuonnaie to put up And fir every one of thow places there are at the Hrunswick or the Kiftlt avenue, she willing patriots waiting and watdiing to is invited into u loom on the dock. Ftucwell jsiunco uiuitt each member as he comes to to sweet delusive hope. Pandora never loft town, to buy him m fever of themselves or somo man who will appoint thorn if he is It in the box to bo so cruelly crushed. A personal examination shows silk petti- put In plncu. coats with hruiil and bullion, ami lace ornaThe .Mother Milhlmiil llai;. mentation. Her pockets, jewelry by the The latest eccentricity is an old Mother yard, nnd in hor back hair, when unbound, Hubbard but? liitulo of llowors, such us liare found two shining diamonds. The of the liastlu should bo reeds or lacs, with l ilibniis to hang to the arm in difsprings, with a tiny cushion of hair. Hut ferent similes of violet and pale (draw color. hero is ,i piece of velvet which sho could not Oiieiiatur.il rose or other llovver must bo duplicate in tho States, inula scissors thrust deftly pinned on, to give color aud perfume, und the urticle is Intended to be used for in the cushion stabs three meerschaum pipes Heboid her shorn and in floods of tears. tho ball or theater. As a bag, satln-liucShe calls a cab, or some one does for her, it can easily serve to carry the inouchoir, , poiiimiidu do raikin, pays the duty on her little pile, amounting gloves, eto. s of their real worth, gold powdur-hox- , to about and loses what is taken from her person. A Provident Diuiuhter. Tho next day she writen to some New York In a good old Western Massachusetts paper niuitheniatlziug tho Government, a town lives u doctor who bus buried four protective tariff, and thinks oho has dono wives. When number four was a brido of nothing at nil illegal. n fow days she went with her oldest stepdaughter Into the utile to find au Ironing-boarA Lesson for Uiery lloily. Seeing u board that sho thought bo nobody, but every Noliody wants to would unswor lior purjiorso nicely, she was body is pleased to think himsolf soinubody. And every body is somebody; but when ubout to : tako it, when the daughter "Oh, don't take that, for that exi luimud y anybody thinks himself overy body ho is wliut futhor uses, to lay his wivus out on." thinks ovary body else is nobody. ul twen-ty-thrco n y civil-servic- e l. p iwck-ngotf. French Tollco Otlirors Surcccil In Capturing u .MUclilnitiii Apparition. A kind of successor to tho famous Cock-lan- e ghost has been "raised" and run to B. K. WEAREN, UNDERTAKER nil ilcnler in- - ! tioii Parlor Sets, Bed Room Sets, .Lounges, Tables, &e., In endless vnrioty. If you want to tnnko n CHRISTMAS PRESENT, You could not go to n liotter nor n clicujior plnco tlinn to B. K. WEAREN, Stanford. GEO. T. PORTMAN, Proprietor of Portman House Restaurant Oysters, Pheasants, Ducks, Quail and Venison served in any tx, x style. I.favo orilt'i-- x Tor any ot Hie ii1ov mid llny ill l ncii. prompt-l- j' to your rMUIciir' or pliicu ol Iulii'Mst. S. S. MYERS! I have tonight a largo stock of ' Fruits. Oranges, y Malaga Grapes, Lemons, Raisins, Dates, Figs, I jier-fectl- y dross-improv- And Nuts of all kinds. cuii't out llivni all mill they liiiift lm mo Id. Conic to Iliid- N. S. MYIIICN. miiir.crx. i j h.-.- j I s General Merchandiser, gta&tosdft. i ICentttekyi, (l of everything in Uu line, KooH on hand a largo ,es no can me attention oi dim era to ins tun mock ui but crpccially Dry Goods Hoots, Shoes, Hals and Notions. Xo nierchunt in tins community is better prepared to pleaee you than he. Iu his lirocery department ho litis almost everything and hells as low as any n exjieriunce of 'J'i years iu this luiiiic8 has boon of valuo to him Iwdy. ind he promises to iivo you the bent-fiof it when you buy of him. To his patrons ho is viry thankful for their patronage and asks a continuance, ,nom-Utiialways to cll good goods as low as thoy can bo bought anywhere. !!. I). KI.MOItl-:X. II. KLMOlti:, lhrlt. t t; . iin't-Sinr-T- CINCINNATI WEEKLY GAZETTE Tie Weekly Edit. cu of the OomaKrcial Gazette.) It Uauds on the Top Shelf iu Character, It is ihe Best Nowjpipor. It is a Repablican Paper, It is the Family Papn It is the Soldier's Paper, It is the Farmer's Paper, ZlSTJIi k.itwiillil in loiiy It Is tinimp A 1 liu ulcreryiUy io r uilni: nidtrr, contnli Weekly IjGazette One I'o'lxrnttjr.tlx tu ..in oft liulie p'lii' Ins tliKii atxl It lurtilihol to r ii!iu ", link, uu Mir tnoirno a w.itjtr i.Ui'dl I U a l.liilh IU uti nemjuiltr llio U. Kiiitillinuunn tuiy Uttiiabl- Mitral In il (cut alure, tl.r liml ululluwlLf, Itu itvlall lth Hit paitull tluiut'WB r hik! It ;! at (I Coiuiiiurcl il ICepn-ri'i lu: unlrjr, ilfii III lull a Ml Iluir itllalilllli It will known throughout th cimUoiii iticittto am tilgraib. wliri, gtvliiK -111 DOLLAR Uleiai onrourowii It is L the Children's Paper. Sr3SLURL ! truiu New York ami fa.-l- at the luarktta. Tli ll y AKficiiltiiriik Tula Ur lepar(iii( nt of more raltio to Uninrii tbau nuliy men oriunx exurn-uco- . I. one ui I lie mini jopuUr (taturtfi ami . lluiei toe ixilul au hn alwaya Uea (oml'lurt-ailment I 'ai'-r- lartfully dllie.1 1 The Vliluiiiuy (Jorner, Kxdtiiltrly forvfunn (wiilo ami tte little folk, Wir.ly ami Snill Wrekiy iJltlom. Kith the most tiittrefttltig Lorrcapoudt-ocami Scml. Weekly olitioua, la one ol tlicattractlTO anJ TaluaWe featuru ol scent-bottle- tte three-fourth- Original Slorlca and Cliulcu NulectloiiH, Itom all parts otitic urM, appear urery wee lu botb tbe In a wtiiil.lt a dioplftencwapaper, and iliould be lead by ibimei and prultsalunal man la Hie lulled tilatei. Tliu Weekly Ga.ctu eery henil-Weelil- iimrehant, mnniifacturtr, mechanic, lopy Turyonr Irltud or neighbor. Addreta war, Order a laiilnitlTui'iT and Irulay nt tt IIUa Club Agent, lor auile Htrlixtia luduteuieiitt 18SJ-5- The y daxeelu gun-orall- Tho Commercial Gazotto Co., Cinoinnnti, O. i l jEf--B' FROM V CRADLE TO COFFIN. Ink' It tcnih-- r rock tlio invito trojrljr. Rinl A uuw llfo kI jm Itliln It. In low, to nnd fro, toiim anil soft nn Amotlirmootlititlo slumber, Ollll lllllll, In lovti noU tlii-n- i Willo lii'M m nlff-- nuJ Mfity, enrtli Ixirn rlillil, Ah wo iwk tlio crocllti Kn)ly. nU We Iny nildc tint crmllu, tlio tilnl IIH miit lift How n, ltd pinion IxiMly, to iiihkii lt way And (iliiiip; Toll), to fill In Kormw, or rl ntnl lis-- It ny, trluniplw. fair IniltnRO of 'MI1 IhIIh. life's (In) , Ah u Iny nnlilo tlio crnillo. nlxno tlio ooflln, nnothcr Mill linn IIM Ii won or tout, nnd ilrnd Tliernrthl) Unlit Tlio bnU- wlm III tlio crndlo Unit Umw of earthly Wp liirr, Uttlfl', And lluro, with hamU know of lift. Am cli folded, lien all wo ! brief hour had transformed tho gentle girl into a woman nimble ins! by low? and superior to danger The one idea that lmd taken DKKKATIXC! DEATH. of In am and pulsing heait icinullied John King was in danger of 1h iK'rmaueiit ing tiiiisinntsl. She niut savo him or 'OomI liy, JiilmjtnUo fnro if yourAnd very stsin tho horso Iwiiiuo mad as " self nnd omio iMn-- hi wm nt yon mil tirolevj well. With long and "(;nl li, Ncllli', iliiir, nml don't forgot strides ho stretched himself. His hind; skill -- Clnrk V lietid nliovo tlio wflln llryii" I" lloiii'kpilnic. Little Men lind lio tlmt his only child nnd costly Mood worn Indulging in tin wildest of races under n iky llghtctl as by tho fliiuies of hell mid surrounded by Its fin. Thu hw Itt'limnii uuw thu girl as kIio Hew past; Fnw tho swift galloping horso, thu rider with her long hair streaming In tho wind, tho horso iki If breathing smoke, saw without lofoguitiou, and Mipurxtltioiixly imagimsl that tho ghost of some nsl child of thu w lldel i dUturlssl In build-lutieas, w hose Imiiioh linil tin? Iron traik of tho juilu face, was out for n midnight rsvul. For a I'onsiderablu dlxtnnco tho road was over the undulating prnlrlu, and lioth horso nml rider t njoed tho raco; then they were funis I upon tho tics, and tho henily shod hoofs I'lattei isl along tho bridges, then thoy left it and safety and pluugisl uniii a narrow thread of eaith, with llro swiftly rushing towaitl It from either xido. The liiirse, biae and blot Its I, as ho wa.s, hesltattsl, as well ho might; but tho hand of tho i ider was Hi in and the whip mcrciletts. A g )ks-sessi- SLUMBER SONQ. Mine I I O, my woet, with in tlio tha gletra of the Mlky-brow- n iud-uhl- CauKlit curls. Mine I Only mlno Blvon fuit twtit of your 'though tho undcr-tc- tcean hai a You tcotli of tho whitest of Mlnol O, my life! though tliu sUlen I Arc primmed for uyo In tho blue of your oyes; Held, tlious'h tho heatens bo durliost or olutirmt, In sunlight und glow, or whon urliu. Slumlier' The llttlo waves lapon tho mar?in Tim lukollotli still ns a seorut ur.toldi full fukt on thu tall, bowing storm-clouds Klfc'ht-Uows fairest pcarli. that nro rushi1 On laku xruss und reeds, whoro tho lilies un- fold. Sleep soft I Tho whlto moon U galling above you. Druum sweutt For the west wind is calling you low. Down by the doorway thu blue bells ars ringing-A, touched by the brcezca, thoy swing to and fro. Slumbering While inolhor-Lilrilki?ep. song-birds kI nrc resting In sllonce wakeful, tho nut satcly me while I mn iiwny." Thur liuniU wiinnly h"hmI iwh other nt iliinn huil not other tlielr ll woiihl Uu Then the) Mmrntel Nelllo lieeli near llrowiiln wntihoil the tall, MrotiK fonii of John Kin until it uiih lint In the lilh inuw of theprnlile ami with a 1t;li niturnwl to ilutv Never Ifforo liml tlio llttlo 8tatill Mi'iml wi dull, thorllek liKttilliient iiterall.N iwMntM ny telo-(;inp- of th mi mount. hiihu. Theiowii nothing for her toiln after the ru touiar) "puttliiK ti iIkIiU." No tniln woi-paw for InMini, iiniijw(MliloiiitHMililiil hhe hail exlwiunlwl her littl MiM'k of rvuillnf. What inhiM alio tin to inako tlio hours kls Iwh wttirilyl HIm rvtf Iwr limil ujiou thokrylionnl ami jruve ln'i0f to jilwisnnt wnklii); iIiwiiih, to uu'iitaU) follow iiik her lover iiihI iiitiniiuriiiK aloud of the pieturiM thought photOi;inphel In Iwr t tlw "It will tflko John all tiny to line to the little wimIi1 IdIhihI III tlio iiiltlillo of tint rnirie, bimI ho will !iae to nhvp thern aliut' in tin- Ion iihMii I wonder if he will thtllk of IIH' all til tlllke, an I will of lllllll How 1 wlili I itMild Ihi with him!" She Mimlixil rrlinwm n tin- - Indian pink at the Unit plahed tln prairie n with UliliiMlilii.l) thought, iilwl eliiltM're.l to IK l.er att'titlm umhi other thiiiRD. Hut do what hlie wmild Iter thought WMlidetv.1 to her loM-r- , tin laek of comfort Ii would bimI the lmpp tln when kIw wiwld iwM' tlK right to U' eer 1J hit de. A If tin lump Imil luxtww loadon footeil tlwy crept nlotiir At ihmi Ih lltlessl ato tlw him h Im liad lHiHiht fnMit Irer farm - lnfot lill tlnUH. iMiine, then that kIw inlrfht wiHl U- UiRht WtMlkl with U'l loer, at leat hurry lllllll); In Darkness did come nfter lotiR antl weary uniting, Imt iHHint of duly lmd iimleil and when llin httlou kho wan preiiiiK to wti ralhil iiihI Ih wn ttild in rlirklttn wills-Jthat mi ansmut of an extra that was to remain until wlklcntlliiK idie would m lie 1 llll'llllllt. luirk of Iwr unborn curln she Hit tlowu aiiin. The wmkliiMi nlxmt tlio sUitl'Hi went homo uud k'ft l"r alono, tln i isfr "nikl moiirti-ful- h lti(li and the from a nothlioiiutf wins' made weinl I tiiit as tlw lmk tiiht tilt. theoxjTieiKs Willi! plajisl iijiiii tlM'iii. wu not new to r. then wim nothing to fear nnd her father would maim for lief whmi tlu' liit,ht was iIiiim 1 hi-I'i-li- With th nerv of a jennnt oxpn-WUiii Iht fats' and an al!nit tlillaut tv.lii; on was llts'ktsl with ftmm, his sides weni htsiv ing as a liellows, like esfajillig sttsitn his hrivith whm blown, lilmM weiu nsl withex-I'ltioand his framo tiuinbhsl with oAcilo- Illellt. On, on they pressed, on thus far In llttlo danger, for tho Hio was yet nt a dhtauco Hut with otcry moment It nisinT, nmrer, cIoms! iihiu thoni and blazing Hsirks fell thlckl) as min. On, on, ami the Humes hsipsl upward anil nt tiiiHstcl'iMsl tier their Insult; they were mailing as thnMigh a tunnel of hiwiug, nxu was iiigllre.itwascniwiliiigln Usm , Is'ii-sittheir fts't. was playing in fantastic liass anoiml and nlsive. Ma I as the girl was ith tlmlre to her lover thv honors of tho situation w'ero fonisl iisu her limlii She Imwtsl her lasid to tlve Hi i) storm, shiehltsl her fatxi, and ofti'li oxtiugllishisl Iter blazing tliesa; ssike eiKiHirngnigl v tn the horse, mttisl his ipiivcr-In- g uis'k. iimsI thf dts'p cutting lash, cutting a hiiiidnst tiimsi mure cnmlly, for hi sides w ith the heat, mid blisl was wen' t swing fnati tle bhstensl wtaimla. On, still on, but more sluwly at ovcry trule, with steM lena tlrin ami bnsith i "iinige less high ami more Hit lnw wlfL Never et tiss that ctHiltl Ismr siirh a fearful strain, iHver llesh tliat nailtl nmist a pniirie lln with luiutlnuls of aenst of dry, tall gnu, ami rissls fur fuel ami fauiietl by a gnlo. On' The girl shleldisl Iwr eyes with her titsubling haiU. ami alsno the suiokv miw tht waving of tittts. As yet the furitais lira lmd not reai hisl, nt least not thetn Then- - was life, safety, und mure tlitui all love (Vtildslte, reach thttinf A wanty half mile had vet tn Ih tmveltsl. Instinct, of Uni ns clear to discover as mind, told the as clitiirly as her eves Ihus' of Shecttlbsl iisiii him, ami ho answered, she (uiwtsl to the Middle, she shut liT o)is, ami tlainl The Halm's swilled nnaiml, they wcro untiptsl as i:i a winding shts't of them, the rsl, forktsl tongues ttsu htsl tlfin with blistering kiss, tlie wind roartsJ through the gitftintic furiimi', the earth was hot U'lieath, n Us-nintln-incrni-kinsts-ii- So do I, durllng, bond softly utsjve btlll watching und guarding you now ns you sleep. Otorg' lloltrln, (n Goot llout'ltfpinj. WON HER AT I'OKEIi. Tho Story of Toxub Tom und His Ilundsomo Brldo. wn ami Xw MltM '. In dmwi. wmful SoiiHithiiiK uiii"l hue fnllisl to iviiieiiihor N'llig mi uiiiell of MK'iet and whhImsI h liow HolniiMHi I rUM ismlil liavi exmbsl lit man Tinlay Then Mio thought of a female fheml wIki nm oj'rator at thenext wtsjwniil fta'iim. and, neorh dj ing for Minn- - olM to talk U, MiiunnHlisI "Hlei llllR." Thtfrw wa no n'Jy. Tij an li would tlw tHild fff t ihiii, lait utlllxiiig n hIm wtih aimwrrwl, ami asknl: "Wlmtistln MMitier with th , inalti llnor ami lnr "Mntu-- i lough,"' wan aiiwi'i-st msl '' tin-lat'- e dr-OU- It r i1iikiviI gtrl, hut a htoivj lmiiibsl man "Jlie prairie is all on lire hi iv ami Hi iTalo Heart (iroe. tliat Is lasjiuiliiiK to burn, and wImii thu Ikmitss hWeep nmild tMl .lour Hide ou'll luit to look nappiitK, my Mmrplf tttey don'l ititoh tralmsl ear not of a iliraW-- l t4d Iht the tou.h wiu r tfi jprettyduU) " At aiiother Uine aim would liavo tloed tht) key with nu angry xnnp nt the iiiijuHli-n- t Now tlierv wm room in her fnmiliaiity for only ami maddening tlaxight John King waa sUvping in the iiilitu in the ls HUiHllldisl lit lire, stilled by smoke, ho laillHsl totleath! wiMild t yu gne, Ihi (irovon mii "I'niirio round lluiralo lhs-nof lliiiue, lnii' down, biidp-- . oxer euUorta jirolxibl) lniine.1 Stop all trnliw at X," oho ninimgil ti Hash Imok oer the wn. Then she daslMsl out where all should linv Us'ii tinrkiHwi hut was not For imlix earth ellil kkj wire illlllliiuntod, tlio MKirillg of tlio flnnuit isnild ls'tlistinotl) hoard, their ftin-ouassl leaping distinctly tratxsl, their awlfter tlinii the giejlioiind and their fonv rintloss a n o)t'linti. Nothing to her now wnkiluty, nothing tluit it wauttsl two hnurs of midnight, iiothiug that many liww might hang upon her reiniilulngat ln'i'st. One lift she know wiu In danger, and that wiu to bur more than all othriit in tho wtuld. With lling foot, with a tlesM.'ruio roMilvo homeforming in her hiaiu, sho hnau-uis- l ward, but did not enter tho lioiiw ilnrwl not for foar of tho thwaitiug of her inirw As she imsstsl tho window die saw her old father nodding in his eiuilr, and a wiMsiIisl hiulle parttsl her 11 w. Tor all the hidden wealth of uioiiutaiii and rail) mi ho wmild not havo i' him wul.eii. Well she knew tho hu If tost and most untiring horso in the Mablo. That it as one she had nowT i iildt'ii, a young, tlery, valuable lilua liloshsl Malliou, she never gao a thought Spttsl and ooiiragewero tho things now tolx'dc.in'd.iuid all other iMiiMilorutions, even herowiiKifoty, woiv tlw aiftsl into by thoin. With soothing voleo and gentle haiiiU tho girl litl tho htiio out, laidled, muIiIKnI and uiouuttsl. Astonislail by her d.iiiug ho iiuietly Miliiiiittisl. Tho t'linim ol woinnn- hood hndeiisll) iKOOinplWied what had over 1 hen, start list Im.s.11 a tlillleult task for uii'ii liy tho uuiiMial liiirdeu nnd Happing of skills about his Hunk, ho leaietl, pluugisl, pauttl the air, klekiug vigorously and iiiado a eirort to mist at tho rider. It was tin- feuci't'ssful. Tho hiiiuU Unit hold tho reins, little asthey wi'ie, hud n glipof iron, and the whip lelt u welt iiism tho glossy skin. Jliully hhaklng IiIh head, tlnshiiig out w ith his Iici'Im, with tho breath whistling through tho thin nostrils, ho iiimlo a kvoiuI attempt j Fliivcrnl nn ho iis?eivtsl a Rtlll moro htiuglng furiously down tho road. blow, thou Tho clatter of limits disturlKsl tho dreams of tlit old fanner. Ho hprang to tho w indow, lint only to fntch an indistinct vision of , glanced at tho clock, muruuuxsl of having mi hour Uforo golns for Nellie, and hottlud lilmsolf for unotbur tla-sheBOiJH-tlilnpcouU-'iitisll- Texas Tom is jsi) ing Shii Friinciseo n visit. Pay by day liu is seen pnss.iig up and down Market strtft, act i inpiinied by n very pretty uimiiin whom ho culls Ha v mid who seems very mueli mteifstotl in oin. The luttor is .,iM)U vear.s old now but a vot- ui..tv-onermi inexis'iii'iiciMif the shady sort. Just at present he is atop the lif.ip ami Is wearing diamonds. Hisbiptismnl iiiuno is Thomas 1. Kcduioml, hut that doesn't make any difference ho is Texas Tom to all men. licnntlio'it knows the girl, buyond tho fact that sho is a brunette from "tho head waters, has a pair of saucy eyes and cuts us pretty a llguro as need ho. Tho other dny uu old Western spoil turned up and spun this interesting yarn to u Sun Francisco Kt'imtntr reporter' Texas Tom literally won tlmt girl you Just wiw him with, but without avvonl or courtship In plain words, he won her at jsikor, ufter onu of the longest and hottest sessions I ever saw over a round table. About three years ago a slick short-car- d gambler iiaimsl Willis.ni Towiiienil bsik a pmfcssioiiul tour through tho South. In a Florida humlot ho eucoutitoretl a beautiful girl of sixteen, who accepted his Hash for genuine and inurricd linn iigiimsl the will ami ressvtablo of her sireuts, A PITIFUL CASE. siilc Ti vi nsend sliovvcnsl jewelf y und rich raiment on his child bride, but she Unit u I'hll.iiltilpliiii iilitiil-(.irl Ilitl Ilrr could not descend to his level at llrst, mid .Vim plilnt) Vlt e. soon tho coolne.is that urose between them Tho ingenuity of morphine victims to hldo after tho hasty marriage was rapidly their vice has never been better illustrated widening into a broach lending to n separathan in tho case of u young girl at a fashtion, vv hen Texas encountered them in St. ionable young ladies' boarding-schoo- l near l'aul, Minn , a little over two months ago. l'hiludelphiu, who has just been taken away He nsuntsl in tho same house, ami after a by her jsirents She sultl sho learned to few chance meetings Tom and Townsond's use morphine from a joung married womwife found themselves in lovo with each an, well known in society in New Yo: k, other. whom she metut a watering-placlast sumtl air burning nlio, dis-T- vvolf, every Kight weeks ago last Monday afternoon mer. in the rum, Texas, Townsend and four others sat down 'fis'plng thins; were outfoott-The disclosure came nbout accidentally sere Issiteu down bv a swift death, and how in Hetlmoml's nsuns to play Hiker. The When he young student returned to the gnmo was small at first, twent)-tlvcents school thins fit, .she hud periods of deep could the) NMctblv twais'f ' nnd ofUiii asked tho privilege On' Hetwis'ii tiiem and tho sheltering mite, but the stakes rapidly svvelltsl to of going to the room in the scininury set trees lait a few nsis rt nmlnisl; but a few llgures that iimdo it exestslingly Interesting. Hour after hour wore away and apart ns u hospital. There she would lie for Volii' and feet. Could they 1st overcomef lush urged the noble hurt' ihi. He stniggksl letigtheutsl into a plurality of days, and a day at ii time, only rousing herself whon ( uo player , any one approached the table on which to ids-y- hut his lst etrorts weiv lss.iiming Texas won coiislderoble money. fisdiler, Inn heart was lssttlng slow, the imil nfter nnothcr dwpiitM out, physicnlly or stood uu ink bottio and a stylograph-- I miisolisl llmlfs were fat Issmning iiselctw A llnaurially exhausted, others dnippul in lo pen. The nurso having occusion to to the doctor atr.ligle I Hirst of as at the b?giuuing, and ilnipssl out, until Hniilly ut the end of send a messuge ro- -i tempted to wnte with this pen. tho young ii'lllil liave Iss'li einMigli t lie lacing of 11 few three iluys oivly Toxns ami Townsend Thv mir ute and drunk between girl at that tune being asleep Tho pen not muinotl mssiihIs all that was nspiinsl. Franti'Sill) thegiil -- IkmiI.sI. in tlesjiair she the ilonls, iIh.Vi1 stuiuling up had did every only refused to write, but the praiticed eye of the nurse instantly recognized in thep int Tlw horse gnWa'itsl thing but sleep. l.ishtsl the iss'king di setsuul tiny the gamo began for a supivine elfort, reeled, staggensl, fell Ik)A f ter the a show, ami humlreilti lloeketl to the puncturing need'.' of a h.vpodermic a sort of in syringe. Tins led to uu examination of the vtii as Uie wiml r iiirisl and tlio tire hissisl to watch the plavers nnd calculate how e bottle, but mk bottle. It was a 'iion- savagelv . could sUind the thurc was n mk m it. It was painted black Hut tlie impulse IhmI Is?ii MltlHeiit toenrry long nature In thns davs Townsend bad lost f 1,000, on the outside and contained Mugoudie's o-him U'Vond tin- H.vim: death and tla his uv ailable cash, hut he begged for it lution of morphia, enough for one li'iudred H fe U'hind and tlie tiis. nse nliove mid all short gruce, which Texas granted. ' one-hagram doses The and tvventv-eigh- t prittis'tisl them fimii the soiuvliing slaiwer. Te.as .stole un hour's principal of the school was summoned 'imIt "(tisl ls thalikist," exclaimed the sutTerillg roat, was inldintrlit whilo Townsenfl iiinde u hurried trip mediately, ami the sleepmg girl s unit lured. girl as she knelt Usiile the gallant horae V) his nxmis His wife was asleep, uud it It was punctured f .m tho shoulder almost Is' th mktsl," Mini slie flung Iwr in uvs was an eoay "tttsl iuattr to carr) olT her to the hand, and thu livid blue murks conk ami slssl bitter tears as sho around his las mostly tliamonds, and nggregutiug in tinued the suspicion, which was changed to saw how scnrtsl ami lairneil lie was, regunl1,'JiM. value about f u'osuluu? certainty by the small a'ocess which lw of Is r cw ii sull'eriitgs. While sh slept on, unconscious of her tlw With dil.li'Ult) slie lirgtsl him to Ids feet lis rrntensenit eiitiirtu'il. u'okii 1111 Ins mino- - liad begun to form In liu I forearm just above been formed about ami led him fm waul. Hut ho know ns well nontj nn(l ukwi fol. ,, ,mOWunee on the tho wrist. The habit only, and there i a possibility as she of their Mifetv, of tla1 iitKiitv of gems. Texas sleepily iidvuuced 1,IKI0 and two months that u cure can be affected. HKiving, Tinl lamb like followed deep into the play was resumed wtssl wlwre tla cabin stss. It was purely a Heionuile game, each innu What Vo unit .'tin .Vleuu. "John, dtar John," rung out tho voice of iH'iug lis) clever for thu other to tl.u'o to r Is conThe avirage reader und tli girl. any work stantly put to hi- - wit's end to decide what "Nellio! Ont (iqiI, is that ) on?" was All tho next day tho pkty continued In tho constitutes a duodecimo, u lilmo, uu octavo, ami a iiionu-n- t later presnnco of it crowd attnietod by its mid a crown octavo, etc. In truth, there is abshe whs hs'ktsl within liis p.itts'tlug arms. I'm tune socmetl to smileou Town-sen- d solutely no llxetl law which governs this Ill a few woiiU site told all, nml lsggiil for awhile, but the tide turned toward question. l'reMiuiubly tho sue of a book is him to do all possible for tho horso. noon, nnd at thoond of the fourth duy of thu determined by the number of folds of the it "Now and ever," ho answcnsl. "Ono betting Texas hail him cleaned out imjier which tonus u "signuturo," but the " He fliiiilieiitotho top of a Lull Ins-- , "Is that enough, " ho asketl, quietly, length ami breadth of paper vary so greatly lis'kisl nniuml,ilesiviitleilmiil snidi'lieerfully: gathering up his winnings. that tho number of folds really indicates "Tlie wind has chungeil. the llro Is rushing "No, it isn't," hullouly ruturiied tho nothing of the siie of u liook's page. In . we me Mifo lion'. away fioni the timls-rg.Miihler. Kngluud they havo just made an attempt to Hut why in the name o heaven did you what havo you got to bet I" "ill right; lis up a tiew scale of standards, us follows: on that woman of mine, Large folio . .. la. fol attempt such a dangerous chance, Nelhci" "You seem stuck over Is inches 1 fol below IS inches luvtsl you so," ami sho you hot uguinst hurl" was the Folio vvhat'll "lkcuus dtsr, below 13 Inches tlirols-binby tho .small folio .. . kin. fol nstoiiishing proposition udvancod dr(HiNl tainting iiisin his anxiously below II Inches Iirir.' octavo ... hi Svo breast. .Miit'inosyne in New Yoik llniincially wrecked gambler, the fever for Ootuvo. .. no bolou 9 Inches S Inches .Mi'ixurv. . km. svo .... below pi.sy burninn' at uu uneuiitiulhiblu heat ill Small octavo . .. . ISino ... bolow s Inches Duisleclmo his veins ii Inches i Old Ti'i'iiinseirs W'aj. limo Uoclmosio F.von Tom was dazed, but only for n mill-ut- o Mluliuo .. .. mo below ii Inches Oen. William T Shennaii, after tho thin Largo iju irto . . lu. ito uolon U Inches ter olio Might, Isuinletl n 1'niukliit nvenuo said Tom, "and I'll Qutirto . 4to . lictow 11 Inches . ".Mako it frcozo-out,- " I to vv horn found seats s in. ...below 3 Inches small tiuarto car v ith some 1. idles, all of go you the diamonds nnd u thousand dolexcept one. At tho upH?r end of the car was lars and throw lu my gill toboot " A llostiiii riimt'li Toner. A valuation of a little darky, with hands in pockets and a Tho offer was ncccptod. There is a church in Hoston tho tower of foO each was placed on chips, aggregating gnsit ileal of whites of his eyes showing which is not owned by the society that owns The general caught sight of him, and, taking ovors 1,000. Ihey were then c.irofully him by thoei'llnr, stsl him up against the into two piles, and it was agreed that the church. It is tho HruttloSnuuro Church, now owned by tho First Huptist Society door, half frightentsl and certainly ignorant each .should auto, uud that all limit should Tho Church is ono of the earliest works of of the olfeiisi which ho had given the tall bo removed. "How tlo I know I'll got the girl if I win Anchitect Hichurdsoii, und the tower, with gray Usinltsl hero of tho Jkux'h to tho Sen. colossal reliefs by Hartholdl, the f Then the lady Nit down. jMtt'r tho car linil horl" asked Texas, us tho cards were about its ruvo sculptor of Liberty, is such an adornment to jirocisshsl n tew bhs'ksa gentleman vacated to be dealt. "Hotter uslc her," growled Townsend; "I Commonwealth nvenuo that when there a seat nnd got out. Somebody calksl tho to the iact, and ho, i.j tho only play my claim on her against your was a piospect of the church being torn geiieral's attention down there was otic of tho characteristic pnH'iico of tho whole earful of passengers, money. You'll luivo to look to her for Hoston movements started to "savo It." " took tho jotitigdarky in his nrms, canitsl except the creaA note was hurriedly written to Mrs. Nothing was accomplished him to tho seat mid diimiKsl him into it, tion of some public sentiment, but when tho Huv ing given up his seat to n lady tho darky Townsend, outlining thu proposition, und young millionaire, J. Montgomery Sears, was eutitlisl to the llrst vacancy, and old usking her sanction. its "Tell tho gentleman," ran tho answer who bought it, sold the church to und present Tecuiiist h saw that he got it, St 1ouis deeded alio gave the messenger, "that 1 should bo owners, he reserved tho tower, It in trust to the Memorial Society, to bo prepleased to bo scp.mited from Mr. Town-senWho Iliiy Slei'liiinlciil Clocks. but that Mr. Redmond can only claim served forever as a public monument. In reply to a miestinn by n reisirtor con- tlio stakes by going through the inurriago A Naval Oltlcer's ltimiiiiicn. cerning mechanical clocks n largo impoitcr ceremony." Lieutenant Foulke, of tho United States said: "Whouro the l?st customers for the nn inlluentiul "Judge" Flannagan, navy, now on duty In Japanese waters, is nice hnnicnl chs'ksl Well, that boiler, for inwits present, und ufter n hurried shortly to marry n Jupaneso girl at NagaiitlmU-sio- n stance, will prolmbly groco tho olllco of a Ti ivnsond made u written saki. The young lady taught Lieutenunt contractor or builder; that Imnil sjiw will of ground for a divorce, on which Flansoinotlino or other llntl n resting jiliuu nt u nagan said ho could procure n separation Foulko the language of tho country, und during his prolonged stay on shore duty in woodworking cstablishmrnt, tho trip ham-ine- r in vory .short tlmo. Korea tho two kept up a corrcsjiondenco, will glaihlen some inachinlst's heart, and Tho announcement with un engagement boon sho writing in Kngllsh, which sho that windmill will gruvltutu townnl n Mlnno-mt- ring and Texas Tom'a compliments, was taught by her foreign lover. Thfrrohad more is miller. Manyiiro aUousod foradver-tisiineusent back to Mrs Townsend, who returned roinuiice, too, ubout a duugorous illness in wiiitlnws, nnd Usually nttnict thu following note: through which sho once nursed him. Sho attention. In some tho Under such conditions KtOMONii: coiuidorablo TuouAd is sjioken of as a woman of great intellilU own separnto spring, whilo I hoyo and pr-- y you will win. haa gence, beauty nnd fascinutlon, and u strong 15 VT TOWNHKND. in other tho same isiwer runs lwfli that nml "Tho game la wudo, gontlumen," said und udtnlrablo character. Lieutenant Foulko Thoy uro all tlmokcsping movoinent. wife homo with him, where and rnngo in prico fr.ci tSQ to T3 Tom, with as much of u smilo as loss of will bring his sloep would permit to ciroulato on his hag- ho hns been ordered to stand Ids examinacueh." Jewellor'n Weekly. tion for prouiotiou in the service. gard face, "ileal tho cards." f o No-bo- Townsend dealt tho cards, nnd tho novel gamo commenced. Texas captured tho nnte chip nnd threo juorc with it, on three deuces aai.isl tuns up "She's mine'" ho rriod. "I ulways win when 1 rake tho first iwt." Townsend broke out with n torrent of oaths, and the pair nearly catno to blows, only th Intervention of tho hystandors causing t ie ''lime to go on. Tho prospet ti e widower played a hard i game. He was wary uud careful, and again ho won for a tune, hut ngaiu luck turned against him, ami his costly chips melted Into the hands of tho proaisx'Uvo groom. "Willi the turn of tho tide Townsend lost his nerve, ami in tho double ante und freozo-out- , Texas' coolness and blutl told heavily The iM bits of ivory tnivoled across thetubloouu by one, und seldom came back In fourteen hours Townsend called for a night for his last ..7J, uud showed down threo klns before the draw. Texas hud aces up. Tho remaining monarch failed to leavo tho deck, but u third uce traveled luto Tex-u- s' hand. Townsend staggered to his room and roughly orderetl his wifo to get out." "I 1iokj 1 11 be huppier with him than I have been with you," lotorted tho human stake, us she obeyed. Hut tho defeutetl gambler heard her not. Ho was uslcep Texus only waited to Introduce his winning to FlaiiuagLiu und injunct that gentleman to hurry up tho divorce beforo he also wont to sleep Ily tho time his long slumber was over tho divorce suit was well under way. Forty-eigh- t hours ufter tho final hand was played the twain were made one flesh by u justice of the peace, and tho next duy thu bridal tour was commenced in u westerly direction. Townsend went to tho station to seo them off, und the tours mlletl down his cheeks like ruiniit the parting Mrs. Hedmond paid no heed to his misery, but rather hud on the lash in punishment for tho aidiguity put ou her. Toxns only laughed. " I see jou uguin, Texas," thoroatcnlngly roinuiked the hunkriiit. "I dmi't tare a curse whether you do or not," was th" ltcidi groom's nonchalant, answer; "I'd advise you not to unless you learn how to play tokor or bu mm e of a man in the meantime " "In Omulm thi'imir stopped to celebrate," concluded the sisirt who told the reporter tho story, "und they've been celebrating so much that 1 guess Tom's winnings ure tolerably scarce at juesent, all but the woman; he's got her yet if tho ensh has melted " llcdtnonil was approached by a reisirter for coiiilruiution of tlio story, and ho frankly admitted the truth of the mam features of the story, but would not go into details. Nor would ho uy whether ho was likely to regret having "won" or not. I CROW &co.i Druggists joXiiiixey, Pharmacists - - - KZeiitncliy. & Have on hand the largest and heat selected line of Of every kind ever put on the market, and are selling them lower than anyThe most fastidious can be suited in anything from a doll baby up to body. a fine dresser. Call and see them. " H0CKER& BRIGHT Have no special line of CHRISTMAS But they are as uual chocked full of everything TRIX, in the line of Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, &c.s Which they will sell you at remarkably low prices. They have succeeded even beyond their expectations since they took the business in April last and feel like thanking each and every one of their customers, and what is better, sell them goods lower than ever before. Remember tho place, corner Main and Depot itreeta. Respectfully, JIOCKKU &, BKIOIIT. CHRISTMAS GIFTS ! HOLIDAY GOODS ! ENDLESS VARIETY! Largest and IVicest Holiday -- well-to-tl- o THE- toclc Ever displayed in Stanford; don't fail to make us a visit before you make your purchases. e . o We have Presents for All, Old and Young, Great and Small. You will find that our display of -sl. Jaclie.!? aucl Gents' O old and Jilvei- TV ateli e$, Jevrelr'y - I and Silverware And j Is unusually large and the latest styles and novelties. ters for Smta Claus ou we are headquar- - four-ounc- sti-uiu- - bu-li- m 1 i lf Writing Desks, Tablets and Portfolios, Plush Brush & Comb Sets,, Shaving Sets, dec. Photograph and Autograph Albums, Manicure Sets in Plush and Leather. jevv-olr- y, ; Onr line of WIii.sk- - holders and Xinas van not he boat. Our Hiim ! lards hook-buye- Mi only Doll Emporium in tliit purl of (lie conn- try, lrom 5 ventn up. ipii-lnm- isl, tno-mei- We have a large btock cf DjII Buggies and the best Toy wagons in tho market. Kemember our headquarters is Opera Houe square, opposite court house. jd McROBERTS & STAGG. METCflLF g i & FOSTER ! We thank the people nf Stanford and vicinity for the liberal patronage they have extended to U6 during the year ami promise that by Mr dealing and low prices to merit its continuance during the coming year; we also desire to cal attention to the fact that our store IS ISCIIIA-D'QIQAIIOTIIIM- For everything in our comprehensive line, which embraces Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Queens-warDinner and Tea Sets, Lamps, Etc. We Have e, d, a very Full Line of mill-tioiu- And we have stocked up full with ii ts Candies and other Confections for the Christmas Holidays. GIVE US A CALL. l, METCALF & FOSTER. ,&r r wound, he S3B&ccM2$nieriorIournaI December 20, FACTS FOR HOUSEWIVES. Stanford, Ky., ia7 Mn.LEN leaves stcepni lr hot und often ia recoinunA-lfi- ) dlX applied U" n euro for MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY tins tei Tho.. Koe'ti bull for killing A Q lUker, at Conat $1 500 way. Frank Harlow, vhoee leg wan atnpula' ted last week on account of ft nun ehot JuJkc Colyer yet aliff. late enow played havoc with the telegrapn wire in the mountain, breaking them in innny place?. The Signal report 100 subscriptions up to date and saya the paper is on n sound footing and has come to slay. Onstable Joe South and wife have returned from Illinois, where Ihey had been to eee Mr. Smith's mother, who is very sick. Ntte Kvana and sister, Mrs. A. E Miller, are visiting their old home, Z iruRville. Ohio. E. D. Hausel has moved from Pitta-bur- t to his father's farm, east of town. C. W. Adam? arrived Friday from Kansas City. He will probably loe a hrne portion of bis money he had on deposit in the collapsed Stewartsville, Mo., bank Some of the officials connected with the K. C. road have leased the mines of the LiviuK!ton Coal Co , at Livingston and will begin operations in a short time to supply that road with coal. Mrs. St. John, the temperance lecturer, had a good audience Thursday Light and Friday morninc last at the Christian church. The Good Templars eflected an orgamzitton and are at work. Lee Coffey received probably fatal injuries at Wildie Friday from a boom pole while loading saw logs. He was chaiuin down the pole when it slipped from the erasp of those holding it, striking him in the back'of the neck and knocking him eenseless. At last accounts he was in a critical condition. All is quiet on Brush creek." Since Laswell gave bail it is thought ho has left for other parts. Sammons, the slayer of Hampton, has made good his escape. O. tiers concerned in the recent shootings have either left or are in hiding, as none of them can be found by the officers. V. II. Cocks, living at this place, eays that while assisting in boring for oil at two different wella on Skagys Creek, in tbia county, some 15 years since, a good flow ot Use was struck in each, and believes so strongly in there being gas to be found hire , in paying quantities that he is willing to inyest with others for the purpose of boring or that valuable agent, ic HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Exi'eiumknts have been made for the DR. W. B. PENNY, of creating an increased adhesion of IlKVTIHT, locomotive wheels to tho rails. This has been partially accomplished by means of Mtttnt'ord, electricity Tin: three greatest railroad disasters known are the Tay Hridge, Scotland, the ChuUworth, 111 , und tho Ashtabula, O. In tho first 1!i0 people jierished, in the second 12ii, and in the last over 11 m. Civuntv railways are increasing In of the Presbyterian church which he esratio more rapidly thau tho United States. poused in the days of bitter conflict, he wa Tho Canadian mileage the last ten years nevertheless kind, conciliatory and courte tilizer. has been five per cent., while that of this U0m on Lancantrr utrwt, roit door to country has been four per cent. MECHANICAL RESEARCH. ous in hia intercourse with, and apprecia JocxfALotfico. (irac houri lrom 8 to li a. Cuscados, on tho Northern M.and 1 to i r. H. AnMtUvtlti n.iuilDltU'rol wl tr 0ku the tion of those from whom he differed. It A Fnr.scii chemist bus obtained from tho Pacific railroad, is a switch-back- , r nxyvnarr- thirteen is to be deeply regretted that be was called bark of the birch tree an essential oil which, miles m extent, said to le the most maraway at this particular juncture. He was by rectification, develops several singular velous piece of railroad engineering Iu the country. The cost of the switch-bacwas one of those who realized that the war wan qualities, more notably that of an electricalo ly insulating substance. :tV),om, nnd its maximum grade is SW feet over that while the active participants in A new and useful oil is obtained from tho to the mile. the blcndy rcsnes of the rebellion bad alkaline waitings of wool. It is the result Tin: average cost of a Pullman car Is f 1.1, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL shaken hands, burying their animosities in of u somewhat intricate process, but ranks 000. A 40,(ii) car is the mot expensive high us u pharmaceutical product, and is ever maile by the company. The metal and And tliH Loulavllle the tomb of the lost cause, it waa unseemly known in its refined state as 'lanolin." running parts of curs are shipod to Enand inconsistent and unchristian that the Courier-Journ- al gland iqwn demand, and woodwork, finishe Foil take a bit of cotton-battinchurch fihould still continue to foster put upon it u pinch of black jxipper, gather ing und upholstering uro done iu the Derby for little :i two One your (or only feeling and that in the name of it upuud tie; dip it in sweet oil and insert iu sboiw there. unrethati the price of omp. Tiik Pullman Car Company employes Him whoee advent to the world was at oik e tho ear. Put a tlumiel bandage over tho 7,f head to keep warm. It will givo immejM'rsons, and jmys an average of M an evidence and the illustration of "peace diate relief. it ily payln m ti ler mouth, the highest average of any your houm paper you will riwvlTo l,lor one year the with the on earth, good will toward men." Hence Tin: difilcultios of nickel-platinzinc linvo manufacturing establishment In the counieprKMn,atlTe nHwnpr of the Siuth, democratthe, aspiration of Dr. Humphrey 'a later been overcome by a German itiochunie, who try. This includes muiiy unskilled labor- ic and for a tariH for rTeiiue only, and tho beat ers, the skilled mechanics receiving as hrUhtvtt aud ablest laiully weekly Iu the L'ultoJ tin- - nuu into b adopts the plan of first dipping yenr wastliat h might be spared to Htatra. 1 hose who itealre to ezamlno a aaruplc high as f It) per month. pracn iloao at thla nffle (opv of the (iewulltlun of every eepiratiui.' mumiry This renders thj the very feeble frfUvniilr' ticable with a It is claimed thut tho first railroad conwall, the obliterating of every trace of und produces a durable and otmil.v oilr.ifd structed in .this country was built in 1MU, near Manchester, Va. The road was built discord and bis beloved church re uni'nt surface. A i"oi'i'i.it misconception in regai to tho for the purioso of conveying jniwder for and re invigorated going forth in the use in the wtir with England, from the mill bud smell emauuliug fiom tho bum;:; majesty and might of its glorified Henl, in olectnc lights Is corrected by tho to a magazine two miles distant, and it was LOUISVILLE COMMERCIAL. In illustrate His statement that the bud odor arises lrom tho vleini? only in their n by means of hnreo-ixiwcI'miivekiib think there is one feature iu teaching aud iarry nut His instructionx hosts of insects which swarm to their deth Had Dr. 11. Hurvivel to add his cilui mid about the lumps, thuscroatingii ma is of de- American lix'ouiotives that would bear alteration with advantage, for express caying animal matter. kindly coiiiiiel to the deliberation of the TlIK ingenious separation of IV,. rs bv trams at least, it is the size of the drivers. One coming Aivewbly his influence would have hydrolluonc acid la due to the fact that it There aro probably none in uso over six attracts water powerfully, and thus carbon- feet in diameter, und very few as lurge as been went potent. lint bis death, the izes vegetable titx rs, leuving the animal that, the average being ttliout five feet six 6 memory of his solicitude, the coin in. n ones intact, if thewid uswi is not ton conllahes. grie'f for his departure may speak from h's centrated. In this manner wool or silk is Tiik only modern locomotive yet coneepulcher in behalf of bin cherished hope if recovered from rags, etc. structed in the United States with single PiiDTooini'iiv is tho bet moans known drivers was one built seme years ago by reconciliation. iND for tho detection of spurious coins, bunk the Baldwin Locomotive Work to run tho notes, raised checks, etc. An enlarged express trains on the Bound Hrc.k route of Over $1,000,000 in money and valua- photograph of tho suspected coin or check the Philadelphia & lteuding railroad It ble pipers were recovered from the iron ib obtained, when any linjiorectioiis are was purchased by thoEumcs Vacuum Brake Company, and wm subsequently sent to Envaults in the ruins of the Phelps, D;dge & rendered discenmblo. This menus is preferS. HAYS, Pdujor shoe factory, wtiici w burned a able U) the uso of acid, as no injury to tho gland uud run mi the Lancashire and Yorkpaper results. shire roilvuy. but proved a failure few ilays ago. Wood fibers capable of being spun aro Within u few years locomotives huvo Contains tho nowa of tho world llarrodtburg is now under local op obtained from pine, fir and soft larch. Tho been mode uon definite plans with up to dato of publication ; Road-luf- f p.irts, so that any piece of tho tion law, and it should bo the endeavor of wood is cut m tho direction of the grain, Matter Intorostlnf? and can and every good citizen to use what it lluence he acid Is boiled in a solution of sulphurous machine any bo exchanged with tho same to ovory homo; contriother locomotive of tho sumo or n bisulphite, whereby disintegra- piece on is en- tion is effected. After Ivoiling tho fiber is typo. This is considered a gieat advantage may poi"fs to cee that that the la butions to Music, Song, Art, Democrat, partly dried whon it is in a condition to bo The interchanging of machinery paits was Soionco, Agrioulturo and Com-mtirc- o forced. started in connection with the inunutucturo Following the action of the Houne the combed the same us llnx. and Thk derangement of electric railway sig- of firearms by a man named Hoot, who was Virgjnia Senate by a vote of 2(5 to s'z, He was a nals by lightning is at present culling forth employed in Colt's pistol fnctor adopted a resolution instructing iu Repre- the bust oiforts or electricians in duvialkg day hand at M.ftO. t'olt made him taipcim-teni'cReliable Market Reports. of his works at a salary of 8lo,(00 a sentatives in Congress to use their hmt ef means of overcoming the attendant danyear. forts in behalf of a measure repealing lie gers Iu a recent storm in Massachusetts AmkiiI' an railroad trains travel, as u rule, Hie electric locus on an interlocking maentire internal revenue and favoring an ml chine at u railway crossing were alternatcly much mow slowly than KnglUh, and with a SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE! justment ol the tarifl on a protection bus a locked and unlocked by atmospheric elecls'i average of casualties than is yearly put at th" door of the latter. For instance, the tricity in thu mils at hand. only. Make Your Homes Happy. c.NpivsH trams between New York ami AlI'WKit Is rendered insensible to tho action On our inland rem in 1887, 73 vessels and u quur-of moist mo in tho following manner: A low y average onjy twenty-ninand their cargoes, valued at $2,500,000 sheet of pjpuc is covered on the wrong side r miles per hour, though the truck is alSamplo Ooplos and Promium wera. totally lost. Of this number -- i ero with a thin layer of guttu orchu, which is most level, while tao "Flying Scotchman'' avenges fifty miles over a considerable in Lake Michigan, 14 in Lake Erie, 10 ulterwurd bprcad with iuior, linen, thin mailed froo to any addross. lost pai t of the distance between London and List in Lade Superior and 12 in Like Huron pasteboard, or similar matter, the wholu IMiuhutgh Between New York j'ul BosAgents wanted ovory whoro. bofig heated and prossoil. Under the miles Six of tlice vessels were burned, 40 went Addross of the bout to which it is thus sub- ton the speed is rarely over thirty-twand two were lost in a jected, tho guttu porcliu becomoH softened, per hour, though tho course is ni'ieli eiuier ashore, eight sunk 5?ommergal, th hi that between Loudon und Munehcstor, collision. The most fatal day waa Ojlober and iu this condition it roudilj uud firmly wliieli is sometimes traversed ut the ruto of unites the two surfaces botwuou which it Loulsvillo, Ky. forty-sevetullos an hour. uud three-fift24, when eight vessels were loa.. has boon plucod. pur-poso O. M, Giyens lelt Friday for Atlanta with a lot of mules. Weatherford is in Cm cirnati replenishing his stock of Christmas goods. The notice of the death of Dr. E P Humphrey, of Louisville, will be received with a sad interest. A christian gentleman of thetruestatamp, a genial companion, a wise and faithful counsellor and an able and eltquent divine, he was held in the highest estimation wherever known. A firm and steadfast supporter of the branch lightly with a brush. A 8MAM. quantity of quicklime placed where there is must or moisture, will articles from mildew. Savi: tho old tlmiiicln for cleaning paint. They answer alxo instead of chuuiois for cleaning silver and glatsware. KituiT that Is to be preserved may bo kopt from turning a dark color by dropping it into cold water as fast us pooled. Smux holes in piaster may bo easily mended by mixing ono part planter of Pari and three "parts line sand with cold water. Sou should never bo used in wishing windows as it renders them smoky looking Kven though tho glass be thoroughly riu-e- d afterward, ,they aro apt to remain streaked. Tub linger nails are made brittle by tho too frequent uno of hot water. The nails d will be benellted by tepid water, and borax with hoap iu tho wah reuders them firm and soft. A rm.iiciiN says ho never know a enso of death .from diphtheria or scarlatina whero onions wen' lieely used. As u vonuifugo also, there is nothing bettor than a frequent use of boiled onions. Ton u linger that Is threatened with a felon, tako a etip of ooul water into which has been stirred some baking soda, plueo it on tho stove and hold m tho linger until too hot to be longer borno. Salt mixed with tho eggs prevent them from rising, nnd when used tho omelet will look Hubby; yet without salt it will tasto Insipid. Add a little salt to it just before folding it and turning out on tho dish. To clkan silver, moisten some vory tlnely pulverized whiting with spirits of hartshorn, rub tho silver with it, lot it dry, then rub oft with u soft cloth and polish with To clean silver plate, chamois leather. moisteu tho whiting with sweet oil and proceed us above. If well done tho silver will keep clean a long time. One popular uso of chamois is In making little bags for holding buttons or any similar puriwso. These aro uuulo by doubling a strip of chamois of tho right width and sewing tho sides togethor. Tho top of tho bag is lined with bright-colore- d satin and drawn up ou drawiug strings. A fringe of tho chamois skin may bo used to finish tho bottom of the bag. A nick way to uso up remnants of cold boiled ham is to mince it, and to half a pound of ham melt a tablespoon fill butter in a frying-pan- , add tho hum und a little hot water, let it heat up quickly, then spread it on buttered toast, and on each piece lay n poached egg. Quito a damty breakfast can thus bo inado from what at first thought might seem very unpromising. Tne buffalo beetle Is seldom found about the house except wlnlo laying Its eggs. It dooh not eat carets, but feeds upon tho pollen of the kpircu ami other plants. It is tho larva which hatches out of Its eggs which is so destructive to iriets ; thU is a hairy grub about half an inch Ion, similar hi appearance to a small caterpillr , mid it easily hides in tho fuz of tho carpet. Oil iu a lamp should nover bo allowed to get down to less than one-hatho depth of tho reservoir. The wick should be soft and completely till tho space for it, but without crowding. A lump should noither bo suddenly cooled nor exposed to a draught. In extinguishing tho iiuino tho wick should ilrst be turned fur down and then a sharp, quick puff blown ucros and not straight down upon the Hume. A oooi cleansing mixturo may bo inado with two ounces liquid ammonia, two ounces bar soap, finely shaved, and two te.isiKwn-ful- s owdered saltpeter. Putthese ingredients Into u lurge, bottle und add one and one-hapints warm water It will b reudy for use in two or three days. It is well ad.ipted for washing delicate colored articles, also to add to tho water for shani)Oomg tho head. Mixed with water and sprayed uion plants it will kill any insects infesting them, and also act us a ferpro-U-t- o iow-derelf open-mouthe- d lf quinsy. renewed by Kaukd green blinds mi tho application of u llttlo Uu?r4 oil lutd on families liuvo five or six No ous manufactured In Germany Is per' nutted to leave tho factory without tho express permission of tho (loveriimciit. Worn; will soon bo commenced on tho great ship canal between Manchester and Liverpool. Tho contract bus bcon allotted, the cost to bo f.h,7r0,000. Heiijkt says that Princo Ferdlnntid, of Bulgaria, wears bracelets and dresses in laces and protects his complexion with and at night retires iu u pink gown. An American abroad nays that Europeans do not waltz as wo do. They go spinning around like a top, without ever reversing, and frequently collide. American wultzors uro thoro regarded with admiration. Tin: carrier-pigeoservicoof Paris Is almost as completely organized as is the telegraph system; for missives can bo sent by messengers to neighboring forts the and towns, mid even to distant phtces m tho provincos. Tho staff numbers 2,W0 truincd birds. Houses In (icrmany aro shod with shoos having pointed studs screwed into them, und with these shoes thoy travel safely over tho worst roads without fear of falling When in the stable tho studs aro removed to prevent injury to tho animal. s lv loading and unloading in tho Chmeso jwrts tho services of old women, girls and children aro employed Hows of small baskets aro tilled and passed by them as they stnnd iu double rows. They seem to work on tho principle! thut many" hands lighten the load. One nriini:ii firms, employing about twenty thousand hands are engaged In the cultivation of fan palins and the manufacture of fans In China The palm plantations ure sometimes half nmile in length mid the plants four feet apart iu rows running the entire length, pteentmga most attractive sight. Some of London's misery was recently pictured at Hilhngsguto, whero a gratuitous distribution of food was made. Urawny men fought and struggled against tho bars for sodden pudding and muddy soup until they wore torn und bleeding, while women and children, who were unutlle to get near, sut on the curbstone uud cried hoieUssly. FEUisuro nfo that tJio incessant boring for gas wells in this comtry will result tho same as dal the natural gas oraze in China nlwut two hundred years ago. Has wells wero sunk with as much vim and vigor as tho Celestials were capable of, but owing to a gas explonon thut killed several mllliou9 of ioople and tore up and destroyed a large district of country, leaving a lurge inland sen, known on the maps as l.ako Koo Chang, the boring of any more gas wells was thou and there prohibited by law. Tin: sand hills or dunes of Gaseony, France, jkisscss features of striking Interest, as described by u writer in tho Amrnenn. Tho duties ure formed by the sands left by the cblt-tidalong thu shore, which, blown bv the winds inland, form hills of two hundred feet or more in height. The sand hills themselves are kept moving slowly landward by tho wind, which drives the upor layer of sand from tho outer surface up to tho summit, whence it falls down the steep slojK' on tho landward side, and thus the dunes uro rolled inland by slow degrees The annual average rate of the advance of sand is said to bo ubout fourteeu feet v year. i. face-lowde- r, . coul-juuk.Sri-ftfo o gently-sloping AROUND THE WORLD. R Ear ants aro so cheap in India that most NEWCOMB MOTEJ, MT. VERNON, KY. n Till, old and talnlug It. flue reputation. Tv.w'iew fe H Hotel I. .till main, Cliargo. reasonable cclal attention to tlio traTellnK public. .11. SKWVOJItt, l'ro'ir, tt-di- u Mt. Vernon, Ky, IRADFIELDS I'. Livery, Training, AND Feed, SALE STABLE ! Matin renteit tho ftalileon Depot atrect. t am prepared to train and tireak lioraea on rvanonablo lerun. County (Viurt day irale xMcltil iM-6- resBLATUR A SPECIFIC ron. JO IIS H.VA II I' US TKIl. Ky Manlonl, ItlCIDttl.Ml. KY Woman's Diseases BDCH 1- WILLIS HOUSE, JltlSST, - J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor. PMnful Q,.,.,.r.....l YrrKul.r KJcnnly nml .al, POWDER Absolutely Pure. raarrp) ol purlt), Thlt powder ncTrr Turtr. A Muro economical trrngtli tvl wli!(vimini'K. nnllnry kind, and cmi not l lolil than the comiftlton with tue uiultlttnloof low teat lim wclKtU miun or iihmntMt rdr. Soldonly tu HoyalIUkino I'owdks cam. UW, I For a good Table And dean atd well furnlilied Mnina, thle Hotel hai no iuKrlnr, (I(kI rnuiptn rouiua altailiel. y 00porday 701-l- MENSTRUATION or C. JOHNSON, THE BOOT & SHOE MAKER, la now prepared with a itihxI .took and an addl tlonal workuian lo do any kind of work In lila line promptly ami in me i4t manner (life aim a trial, hnupon I.auraster .treet. (i"7) H. If taken .Inr'nR the CIIANOU '1 OP I.IPK, rreat X t7"bcua for 'a (vt ill be 'I ! raffrrini: book 'NlEeKaui to W ngN,"liiMlcl free liiiA.uriiiUi IUuulatoii Co., Atlanta, Oa. KENTUCKY CENTRAL B. I "illtuMJniNN HotKo.1' Shortust and Qniokcst Route from Uec trat KoutnoKj to rU Points North, East, West nnd 8outhwest. -- Uii sirwl NnwYnrtr t, G. A. BENEDICT -- . & CO., STIM'OUP, K1TITK. Well Drillers and Pump Utf-U'e- lli Adjuster. ili-- t at factory price. Drilled to order aud pumpn furmlitiol f Jc.SliSutBs APOLLO Kaat l.tne llctweeti I, the undFnliinil, bare In DanTllle, Ky , a nrat Training Mtalile, and am prepared to brik a VIXUISSATI and train horxw either to .ml lie or trot, aud lay I.KXI.NUTOX to the people of l.liiruln and aljolnlug rountlet II you hate a liortn that you want broke, trained or Through tlckata and baggage clu-- r ke. to an old, aud will bring It to me, Mil guarantee you wllldo my beat with yuur iluck For lull iiartlciilari. call on any agent of th bare a lior you want aold, bring 11 to me, a. we com pan y, or bate' the tteond biut market In tne Hlate B r. II. MIIIMK, I). A.IKKI.KT, JM-t- f .S, I. M JtWXSOX. (leii.l'aaa Agent, I'aaa. Agent, 1ra. Islington, Ky Corlngton, ky II K IM'.NriMiT'iN, llecflter, LOLLS SCIII.llliKL, tteneral liillcea, (nrlngton Ky 1 TRAINING STA1JLE ! ;, PHITOU.iIIMi:!t, ItlCiniOMIl. KKMttKV. tMJ sillier. Tho Dost in tho WORLD. Send for Fhotograpbi in all stylet nnd sizos. Pictures in India Ink. Crnyon and Water Colors. Newdeilgni In Kratnea an! Mtt.at ery low I'rlfei. (iOl-ly- l! lOJKVIIlt NtAllTCHICIC0Rl- - A . NEW FAST MAIL LKAVI.1H ll'llll - i.onsvii.i.i; To tho Citizon of Lincoln County: Having recently ejiilpp.. ;rlne lUller Mill Ib the town ul (Hanfard irat wn .Inly any Mill tu iual Inquallty of dour, we think tho cltlirtu ol IliectHiniy ineuiu nare ciniy priua nnengn iu Ve wlili 10 at roolie and luitaln the aaaie wttuui II may concern that we are tn the ii arket to buy your wheal and corn and will glfe the hlgheat market price lor miif. We I ae addel nam new machinery lo our torn meal derliuenl ami ran now make ueal tu ault any -iIt canuot be Ual,l by any other Mill In ii thli flclnlly Wo aolliit a trial Inour Hour and meal department. All having grain In our line lor ale will plea call at Mill, where our agent give the beat can be fouud alall tlmea, who w prlex tor Miue. Itiui.J aid ihlp null alwaya In .v. tock. Niii't, ir. rltaulord lUller Mill Co. Ml. If m v (ii.voixx.iti Iially, aecurea lo tratelera THE MOST RUPID SERVICE Ktrr atteuiple.1 ttween the great r iniuerclal tlieOliia lUfei and t hiritu". and hence the la.leat lime and m ai 'iinloriable traina all point In the .Sonfi, or t) the llVaf and A ! trrxt rheciiunlefpart of thla train on all trunk ilnei la den.iuinlcl Tim I. hint' til-lea- Circular, Itli ami Main, LoutiTllle, - Ky. vil lrirrMM. 1 he mrb r n al k we glTra patruna I'tilitnit lUlVutit nrt . f Ata)ICouin Iickei Cltrl'-ein the booth y JACKKON MOUSE, LONDON. KY. 1 F.B.RILEY, Proprietor. Thoroughly Heuii(-mill roris. yoti will find our lime table anil tl kela eay .! and all, k to .llnimtt, If mill, gel yuu war.t to a isoney and haie a pleaaam lour, Y. () MrCOItMICK, ney. (leneral l'aaeiiger Agent. Chicago A. I. M. Y.. .!,( lilt KM IK, in nlsheO throughout. Flrsl. class t'ltre mill roiisniiulilo prices. liny mill uluht RAILWAY GOSSIP. tuliisiire uirt by iolllo l'orlerx or this Tin: first railroad In Hussia was opened opiilnr House. up in October of the year 1n17. IW-fli- n. Itrlur. Florence Washing Machine. "" I have bought the right to aell the Florence Waablng Machine and am now prepared to farnlih all who may with to tavn their clothea from the rubbing aud tearing incident lo IheolJ pr ooewol eonvliHrd, waahlng. Take one and try It and I'll not worry you alwiit buying unleav you are fully Mtlifle.1 aitultt mcrlU. Tneunderalgne'l, having purchavHl the Florence Waahlng Machine, ami alter a thorough trial, we take pleaiuro in adding our li.tUiuuy aa to It. worth, and without healtatlon pronounce It a am ceaa In every particular, doing all thai la claimed for It Wm Paugherty, J. W Wallace, Dr. llourne, Mra.il. I' Caller, A C line, Hill I'erilna Dudderar, J. B. I.yon, I. L )aw,n,C Vannuf, Mra Amanda I'eik, Ueorge I'eylon Alet Horn law, (' (.' rieidi, Ai'. i I mi len, rliiu lUiuea, It K. Harrow, A. M. reiand and manv olher. IOM(, CltyTliket Agentaand ilRir-rrtlh Ae.. liul.tllle, Ky. ) IJtf Vine at, Cincinnati. I. L & & 1HK liaEAl TO n7 .fl;iiiililM, Uock, Louisville Nashville R. R. Itentuolty TIIKOUUHTKUXK LINK Till SOUTH & WEST nitii .11. Ilea 1 iiartra I' El lil.K, at . K Myera atore. , Iht-bio- u t5i-ty- ANTEH' -C- k tur-lik- A Orand omhiiiatioii HICKEN ! -- Cholera Cure s Pullman Palace Sleepers. I.otiiNt llir , to .ViihIm Hit AtllllllH, MiilKiiiitry, 1.1(1.4! Moltlh; and OrU'iniH. - Duly one change to polnti In oar-ach- Weekly Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Becking homea nn tne line of (hj will rrrrlT, "'"-Sre apMlal rate. A gen la of tni Company lor rate, route Ac, or pir (al V Courier-Journa- g I, V AniHIit; lAiiilatlllr, Ky ATA, wit-hu- 1 Cnurler-.Inurnalra- cut-ren- t, NcnpiM't .News ,V .Mlelhliiil Yallry Co. THE AEEKLY CHESAPEAKE & chu kens die c cry year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that positively cuits it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A 50 rents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. two-thirds OHIO ! oiK't-ute- Thousands of dollars worth of I'lillmim CarH and Solid TraiiiM acd Year, 75c. To WashinRton, Riohmond Old Point Comfort EAST Months, 40c. To Loiiisvillo ftnd Cinoiunati, Connrtttoiii dlrcxt for all jiolnta In the WEST ,NO bet Cheapest pjp. West.NorthIN KIKK(T WestSouth-Wes'67. No. I t .s'orr Kx. Hun. SO Published. WILL Editor. 1.1, Dally. Dally pfKormln by McKnberta A Hlagg, Stanford. I.TO I.oiilvlllo Arr Islington " While Miilitiurbirlnga " Cliarlotta llliHV At Juliet) " Itlchuiouil 10 MYERS HOTEL, E. 7 00 p ,n fi M p ui II 8 n in p m II STANFORD. KY. H. EURNSIDE, - Propr - " Newnurt Newa "Old I'olnl Oiinforl " Norfolk " Waahlrigtou " llaltliiiure " I'hlladelpliU " New York II ul a ru W a ru 10 a m 10 a w p ni pm 10 11 It 9 II :i ii 35 on Iu 10 3o in) 20 h m a ru in H ,10 . rt 7 00 p iu a m 7 0 p in pin ni pin II ? piu ii it t 00 a ill a ui fi 20 a ii. Sli ThiB Old and. Woll AND Known Hotol Still Maintains ita Hif?h Roputation, thrv Iti Proprietor it Determined Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of e it 8hnll be Second to uo Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, their Guests o Ipuisuille llagKige will be eonreyed to and from the free of charge. Hpeclal accommodation to COBtmereUllriTeltr). The liar will alwaya aapplled with the choicest hraodeof Iilqeori and Clears. 1 n h Columbia II 17 piu No. O, dally, leare Aalilard 7 10 n ru; arrlre at Iharhaton 11 21 a in; Cllllon l'orge 7 JO i in l'ulliiianHleeplnKCaraon all through trains. Old Dominion Steamships leato Norfolk on Mon. day, Tueeday, WiHlneaday. Thurlay and Saturday at 6.'S0i' M lor New York 2r.T1f.lte",lU!'i"' '"formation, etc., apply at or address W. V. UICKIIAH, w ii. Oen'irvi.i.y.H, i.ecelrcr. I'asa'r Agt. cept Sunday, leavoOIIre Mill I H a m; Mt. Hler-In- g 7 HO ii mj arrlro l.eilnglnri 8 ; a arrlre at Clntlnnatt via IVIncheaiir 11 31 a m. ui No 12, dally except Sunday, leare t'lntlnnatl 2 Oil pm; lxliigtonSl p m, arrltu Ml. btorllng 7 i.l p in;()llve Mill a 20 p m No. 6, dally, leave. Clifton Forgo at 7 00 a nr Uiarleaon 1.1 SO p in; arrlto Aih and 8 10 p m; lime. ADDIIIONAI. U'xlngton Dlvlalun Trains run by Central lime. Main l.lnc Tralnaenat ol lliiniluglun rim l,y Kast. em time, whirl) a one hour faster than Centra TAINri.-N- o. 11, dalley ex. t,