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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888121401 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 1888 $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. r SemWeekly Interior Journal. VOL. XVI. GEORGE O.BARNES. STANFORD, KY.f FRIDAY, DECEMBER 44. d888. NO. 88. W m y logical arrangement of material. "Lee- - eifor "rfet a brother at naught." There The Interior Journal Man In Casey. turiug" is rathera novelty to me, and, I iCotneH to all, that "Judgment seat of Liiikutv, Dec. 1I5. Another six months inn ireu 10 couiess, is not as easy as reg- Christ," when such things will finally be has rolled mound, another circuit court ular "preaching." Ittit I get along pret- settled. It grieves mo sorely, for others, is in session here and CSod In L,ove another time I am ty comfortably by approximating a whom I love, to have them Incur such in Liberty. For six long 121 MC. yeais have preachment, im near us the "propiietles" risks, by settling so grave a question in heard the court-hous- e bell announce the en will permit. this slashing, unjust manner. convening of "big court" and I confess 1 I'ltAlSK 'L'JJIB IX) 111., Lebanon is also a landmark to me as Wednesday and Thursday we spent at Ml "l 1 am J,,V ,,uoM M9jv LIVUt" CMJ Oes(Jeorgetown, where the lectures wore re- the place of residence of that sturdy me, I)K(. 11, 1K8S. either one of tho "necessary peated; and whore we were entertained I'resbyterian vSaint Thomas i llraeken, sentials" or White Vest, etc., jro at once to "necessary evils" attendant 1kii Isn:iiioit: Your byonrMeadfast friend, .Mrs. Gov. Can-tril- l, through whose instrumentality, more on circuit court. This is pretty tough if to pall upon my taste uliKlilly. I We met, Thanksgiving Day, at the than any other's, I was forced to with- my republican friend llml referred to above iiijs llm. Barnes' letters ijrently. Governor's, our old friend, Gen. Fayette draw from that august body the old means the latter; but I suppose ho has a It tlillU'iilt to Mnttt lio'v iiuk'Ii I enjoy I hlmll to Hewitt, and Mr. Virgil, his brother ami school l'resbyteriau Church "South of right to say what he chooses as he and take mciiHuri'H tlivtii; unit m, ours. Frank, of courue, accompanied God" iiH IWtor Knott tells it, in his his party have the president, the Senate, gratify inywli, by wuinj; that tliey them; as bright and boyish as at Ilugby, inimitable way. Ho likes me not, being the House, the hide and tail, and of their regular appearance. and growing up a splendid fellow. He'll exceedingly jealous of tlie "traditions of course they have the riizht to If tltli looks like Sheridan. man, who soon be into trousers, heigho! I liko the elders," that I bold in such small es- such iusigulllcant Clleiicos as to never npoke of liitnxolf without uneovor-In- u him so much butter in teem; but I owe him a debt of gratitude democrat occasionally. Mr. Pierce sets 1 ami iniikhiK a tlefercutialhow, I can't 1 really believe is tlie Hut we must all bow to the inevitable, I for getting me out of my ecclesiastical a fine table though and gives you a No. 1 help it. ho jrrcat 513 Fourth Street, suppose. straight jacket, that I can never repay. n room, it matters not of what political force of habit that 1 miss my own What a delightful two days we spent He reigns, with almost absolute and faith you are, and this goes toward amefar more than any of your mtburrilt-cmlo- ; d at Georgotow n ! What a lovely home it authority, over his Hock in liorating n fellow's feelings to some exwhich, I am afraM, lookn very is, where we rested, in the most charm- Lebanon; and if I had remained long tent. I thotht nunc of myself much an if And be supplied. ing way; with everything that wealth enough, there would have been "trouble j Although several references have been than any one elm) thinks of me. could furnish, or love supply, to the in tlie camp," of a surety; for some of his made in these columns about the courtlike tho averao liuinan, I cuppow this Make my place headquarters TroiiK'! It was the "rocking-ehnir- " of "sheep" and "lambs" were beginning to house which is Hearing completion at Novelties received daily. miiht be "about the size of it." genial hospitality; delicious as a transient nibble very happily at Bro. Barnes "her- litis place, justice has not been done when you are in the city. the Ami as 1 ilate this, am reminded that t handsome structure, which rises far tin concentrated hviiiIwIh of resurrection enjoyment; but which we would not dare esy." ii me umu will, In the spring. 1 pur- above tho surrounding buildings and re- Am agent for the Tndianapoli.s Steam Laundry, the best in -- three Is and three in adate to indulge In for long, if we wanted to keep our nerves and muscles braced for pose returning to Lebanon, when I h opo minds one of an oasis in a desert. It is for the last tlmo before that auustevent the world. it. work that requires hardnes, as good to get many more of his dear people to built of the finest pressed brick and stone ball happen. (Jod jjmnt that the years the "soldiers of Jesus Christ." hear me. Perhaps, by that time, the and of the most modern architecture. It may not wear out "till Jesus comes." We had mi appointment in Lebanon good man will, himself, come out and will make Lincoln, Boyle and Garrard "Oh let my lamp be burning, for Friday night, but missing connection, crop tiie "green pastures" where the ashamed of their court-house- s When Jesus comet, and this I or Mini my soul bo yearnlug. we suddenly determined on carrying out dear Ixmn is leading me. What n melo- - people are justly proud of having one " When Jem comet our original programme to take in Lan- .drauialie finale that would be, to this bit surpassing those the bluo-gras- s counties 1 have Ih'oii in the Iioiiho Wtn.Utuy-Holds- ', caster and Stanford en route. Hiring a of ecclesiastical history ! ali'ord. It will be completed February 1 I'eoria, III., -- where dear llliss, carriage in Siliro rriiiiliiir (n Iviiiluvillii llm ihituin ami Judge Morrow will dedicate it at Danville, we made Ijincaster 21!) to 22T Jefferson Street. one sleepless night, wrote the words and "in the gloaming," an I driving up to the have kept you fully informed of our June circuit court. On account of the music of that wondroussonj:. How "his Miller House, found our old host and movements. How we began in the Centml keeps marching on," in that thrill- llrm friend, Sam Miller, on the side- tral Mission to a "crowded house," great expense which fhe county has been put to in erecting this building, it has ing melody! There ii something essen- walk. His polite but formal "good even- which sounds big till you discover that been deemed best that no clock be put tially imperishable in true poetry nml ing" as he opened the carriage door to 100 to 125 people will jam the little room in for the present, but that at a day when music. It is the language of immortal- supposed strangers, gave place to an en- to suffocation. there is more finance in the treasury one ity. ergetic "Hallelujah!" as he recognized However, Bro. Munuell did a brave, bo inserted in tho cupula which is built JJut I must seak a wonl of aplogy Headquarters for tlie Troupf. Then he pioceeded to make good thing in standing by us, for which for the purpose. for my long silence. It has not been the good I)ii will reward him, I am It is rather remarkable, but nevertheiiiito voluntary. The, fact is, we have our unexpected arrival as dramatic as sure. And we have, long since learned less true, that there has not been a child for the just two weeks IM)ssible. Led by him, we scuttled with been so unsettled heads that writing has been almost out of the Ih'iiIpublic-room- , in front of the glass doors of not to "dispise the day of small things." horn in this place for Hi years. This is Another brave man is Bro. Cockrill, of from good authority and from a person w here John was, nt the the question, beyond the ordinary, brief cormoment, sitting, and looking right across the Cunil). l'res. Church, who had me to who bos put himself to considerable Old Santa Glaus having laid in his stook with us. respondence, business and other, that preach for him Sunday and Monday trouble to know. It may not be speakbox to be attended to "on the spot." I the line of our stealthy approach. Runnights. God reward him, too! ing well for a town's growth and iccall one crowded day In which we were ning rapidly up stairs, we burst, in upon Bro. Howes, pastor of the Wesley M. Sisters Mary, Sue and Douglas Woodis a splendid recommendation in four towns, whh-- almost equals the h. church, also kindly invited me to for a place where a person can secure lentmbulutions of the knights of the cock. Shriek, shriek, shriek, followed preach for him last Sunday night. God unadulterated rest. How nice it would osculations from the gnjick, called 'commercial travelers." by double-barrelle- d femiuiuv; single ditto for"Hro. Barnes;" bless him! be for Borne of the papas in Stanford to The glorious meeting in I'.uis closed in Leiderkranr. Ixiwer Hall was as much bundle up and come here for a week or 1w"ii!iiiliiM 1i1i'sIiil' lust ils we would all talking at once, after the familiar t?tliotl that mtrt delights the female jammed Sunday afternoon as the little two. -xow have it. Bro. Sweenev being tlrst on the I m'',rt- - Meanwhile Sam was oil", down mission room; and many went) away, at There is likely to be a scramble after ground, ns he generally Is, harvested tho up and paralyze night, from the Cumberland church, cor. the postollice ho re, the first time in a rlK J" "Unit fruits" Inn most" Industrious fash- Oak and 'Jd, unable to get even standing generation. Mr. A. T. Royalty, the pres,'"". . wit!l Miriirto. I think he I ion. and is, at this writing. varicated when John asked him what room. So you see we are getting a "hear- ent encumbent, who has since 18.)2 been a blessed "revival,1 series of Prices to suit the purchaser. "Mnr-wanted;" after he had told him ing," as we asked; and of the very people postmaster, and during the entire time I hope the other brethren will ifu wa hl tor him. Then we we want to reach. Praise the Iou! has made a most excellent officer, infollow his giHxl example and "gather Kver in Jesus, Gko. 0. Baknks. formed .110 that there was already conis the proper and scrip-- 1 ,,ml another "surprise party" over John, them in." That iiglsJir'-i'lsf,- fj ' VI1I.iut' hen he came quietly in, to llml out siderable talk as to his successor and that - A i.....i.iw.i.,inn Jif !!.' v m m. m D m im ,1,..-.rj...- MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. lllltll MM 1 .. why he had been sent for. Then all of ., although he went through the -- 4 years is a "shepherd's dog," baning the nitiv-imus talked together, with very little lisChicago has beaten her' own record of republican reign uninterruptedi he is who brings the wandeiers oil' the sure that he will be ousted now. There and out of the hollows. Tlie tening, and Babel reigned for a space by turning out --'0 divorces in one day. hillsides Fountain Morgan and Miss Mollie is no money in the business and the old pastor folds the sheep and cares for them once more. coming and you want a suitable and beautiful present At last we quieted down and got in a Shinier, sweet Hi, were married in this gentleman, who is now SO years old, is tenderly. Both are gifts of litxl; and for your Father or Mother, your Sister or Brother, your perfectly willing to hand it over when lwtli have their own distinct work. I little rational conversation, and spent a county yesterday. most delightful evening. is notified. Win. Kmmett, of Casey, who enters ever he would that all the Imn's helpers saw Husband or "Wife, your Son or Daughter or Sweetheart. The next morning we took to our car- upon his third matrimonial venture, Circuit court is being held in tlie this. There ought to be no friction. Nevou do, go to riage and drove over toStanford, tostrike to marry Miss Airah Rob- church during the building of the courtither can do the other's work well. L. k N. and put ourselves beyond erts, of this county, a maiden of ?0, yes- house. It is by far a better place for tho "Whereunto ye an t a rum" is the Mas the court-hous- e was, ter's division of His servants. The tlevi1 misconnections. . Lunched at Col. Welch's terday. Mr. Kmmett is himself on the business than the old , . . shady side of oft. oa.i aniosipieaNiniiiourwitiiiiiemis but being several hundred yards from tnestoget things mixed, accoi.ling toi,um Mrs. Folsom indignantly denies the the business houses, a division of tho u,. n'-i..o nwill( uniti m I...... nri.,i, .... iimi m t tiied and true. i " ! Ui Made Lebanon in due time, ami began X. Y. Sun's story that she is to marry a crowd is necessarily made and for this ''.ailed of God" to be an evangelist, do in the court-hous- e advanSaturday night. Mam- consul, or any one else, ami adds, "I am reason alone was tlie court-hous- e n ing a pastor's work, and riV rami. I at the Hotel Xorris and tlie amazed that a newspaper should be in- tageous. And China Palace and see the handsomest and the largest I was ma and think is bouiul to follow. Mr. F. W. Warrinner has leased tl e stock of about the jMiorest pastor a church was girls guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank An- decent enough to give currency to such ever saddled with. Why? That was thony. Weiemaiuedat Lebanon till th.t a story aU'ecting one whoso onjy ollense .Napier House, formerly run by Mr. J. following Wednesday, preaching W. the it up mt my work. I have been suiruesful as singing to crowded congregations. .and is her relationship to the wife of the highHoskins, and will keepmade it.to Mr. standard Mr. Hoskins President." evangelist. Why? It w s my work. nn lour days Warrinner is 11 good democrat and a Mas' most of us waste the marrow r.f n... l. .....: were all too. thort; but thei Card of Thanks. ... i mo-- t atfahlc gentleman and will no doubt ' ' pioinuieu Cuwi Out itviii), Dec. 1'.'. Through tho life in going aimlesslv "round, in a sort In China and Queensware ever brought to this market. He ' of devil's chase, tryiii-- ' to llud out w hat "Mating Wmlncs.lay nigld.and we would columns of the Intkuiou we desire to re get a good share of the public patronage. also has a line of the Purest Candies. Freshest Xuts, 1 had a chat with the "old War Horse," we are tit for. Some never discover not break our nile of our heaitfelt thanks to the good w itli other net vices. This lias turn Col. Frank Wolford, who was so badly llaisins, Cocanuts, Oranges, &c, that can be bought.' their mission at all. And some hpgln been little appreciated, hut to no 1:1011 r people of Crab Orchard and ebowhere beaten in tlie race for cp tigress in the illsb'tld of the ll.i.lrjut llm i.iilNl for the many kindnesses bestowed upon JQIT'Don't fail to give him a call. " il1 "'' Uth. He is in good spirits and is much , heery and vigorous beginning elf life's l" "1 '" nl1" our darling Maggie during Iter long illIlL.-j- f.. pleased with his race, although he told .ise. i nun i iiiiiik rnro s, .w jt ill nicy. "'""""l 111 1.....1 unit IiimiiU' in ""' working for human approval dear to us, ness. And to Dr. Dooies, especially, we 1110 it was pretty hard to stand Finley's begin at the beginning," and go steadias it is and so ate in a great measure are truly grateful for his untiring ell'ort.s dirty slings thrown at him while on the ly on. to relieve our loved one. May God in After Paris, c.ime two days at Win- independent of it. There is immense I lis mercy shower IJis richest blessings stump. Ho says though that he made advantage in that. It would wear life Finley acknowledge several times before chester. A rested sojourn it was at is tho prayer of her heartaway to be always hankering after what on one and all, his audience that he was a liar and a "Dovecote Hall," where preside tlie dear broken mother, Kati: Kuiikut. coward and this was something of a reciillitrou wliom we lovo so well. Sweet wo failed to receive. The dear Loan's is alway;s ouis, when in the Richmond. Andy McChord, a good ompense for his vulgar insinuations. sisters, these, whom, mav kind heaven "PI'roval YVlmt fi i.fituf.irt ' fit. Ill Messrs. R. C. Warren and D. R. Carcitizen and a prosperous fanner, died defend from soaring hawk or greedy vulTwelve years before, almost to a day, Saturday, aged oil. Bales & Miller re- penter, of Stanford, are here. The formSisture, in all their happy future. Our began, alone, this itinerant ministry, in ceived STi.:W for their cattle in New York er enjoys a large practice at this place, ters Kcton and Gordon, ever zealous of Lebanon. To it it, after that inter which is equal to t .00 at home. Cli- while Mr. Carpenter is talking, in tho tho truth, had bestirred themselves, and interests of the ..F.tnti Life. Insurance Co. was ready and val, was full of deepest interest to me. I max, .seen that the court-hous- e And dealer in- Casey will soon bo added to the "dry extensively advertised. Dear was not "counted woithy" to preach tho meeting Two Ohio dogs in human shape conagain in the house where, for a mouth, Only two legal bar rooms are run list." fellow-helper- e are those "elect priz-ed- , prize, when in Dec. '7H, I lield forth. Since then tested for a in the county, one at Liberty and the ladlctj." God bless thum, ever. somebody has uktiioouadkd or (sunk on. one got away with ill and the other 'M, other at Dunnville, the license of one at The two lectures delivered in Winremarking that he would gulp beMy good friends think I have done tho latter down another dozen if anybody would Liberty having expired a few days chester were fully uttendtd. Both nights the first. I am fully persurded I have pay for them. court and those of the refore circuit were dismally dark and the slop undersecond. They, themselves, acmaining two expiring in Juno. It will AXD- foot was depressing, to a degree. But done the Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. bo mighty poor fun going to court after shoals, "all tho knowledge they are in tlutu quo. tho people came out in tor The belt salve It is easy to say "Bro. Barnes has gone sores, ulcers, saltIn the world sores,cuts, brulxsd June and it is safe to say that the atsame." For tho first time, at Winchestetter,chsp-perheum, fever 1 p?l VJsIy st HFlfrg) IP m? back sfneo we saw him last." But has Hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erupt tendance thereafter will bo very small. ter. I got my lecture on Lost Israel into any tlons, and positively cures piles, or no pay reE. C. W. something liko logical shape, to, suit my ho? And who is to judge? Has perfect latiilac-lioIt ts four would hardly onk a right to "judge" unless they have quired. moneyguaranteed to gite 15 cents per box. own mind. Really, A Woman's Discovery. refunded. Price or lived a better life than "Bro. Barnes" suffice to put tho Interesting subject, in for sale by A. K. l'enny, Stanford, Ky, . ' Another wonderful discovery h been made Description. something of detail, boforo tho people. and have so far outstripped him in the and that too by a lady in this county. Disease pres- christian race as to bo in a position to Merit Wins. fastened its clutches upon her and for wvtn years Hut I can compress into two, by the correctly. I wish some of my We desire to kiy to our citirens tint .for years she withstood ils severest tests, but her vital or ent arrangemont, most of which Is abso- judge him look at the matter from we have been selling Dr. King's 'ev Ditcotrry gatis wertt undermined and death seemed immilutely essential to say; bo as to prevent friends would this standpoint, for their own sakes. Not for consumption, Dr. King's Nrw Life fills, have's nent. For three months she coughed Incessantly confusion, with those who are unfamilArnica Salve and Klectnc Hitters, and bought ol us a bottle o for mine; for, long since I have wdd with never handled remedies that sell as well, or that and could not sleep. She for consumption and Dr. King's New Discovery iar with the topics I touch upon. is a very small matter with hve given such universal satisfaction. We douot was so much relieved on uking the first dose that The first lecturo la on the "Lost Tribes Paul, "It you want to make a Christmas pros- -, me, to be judged of man's judgment. He hcsltata to guarantee them every time, and we she slept all night, and with one bottle she has endless variety. of Israel." Tho second on the "Vanish-r- d ttand reajy to relundthe purchase price if satis, been miraculously cured. Iter name is Mrs. Lume is tho Loud." Sceptre of Judith." I think 1 can that judgeth ent, you could not go to a better or cheaper place than 'to factory realu do not follow their use These W. C. HamricV is Co., of But it is not a "small matter" with remedies have won their irrest nontilaritv nurelv ther Lull.'' Thus write more interesting, as practice nmko them Shelby, N. C. Get a free trial bottle at A. II, A HEN, Stanford.,- B. K. others, US they will find, tojtldgea broth- -' onlUeir merits. A. R. l'enny, druggist. Penny's drug store. gives propor consolidation, and a better and Nothing TO GENTLEMEN. . 1 oll'-haii- "!; FOr FUil DrOSS SllirtS- COllarS, TlS, Skmi-Wkkki- .v 1 THE LEADER OF FASHIONS ui knee-hreeche- ?iWOOD WALLACE. " let-ter- LOUISVILLE, - - - - IECX, Ik-iiif- 1 M-ap- pear Try LOUISVILLE, - KIT., Is CHRISTMAS TRIX ! pros-ierity,b- ut There never has been such a Complete Line .Opened in Louisville as we have "K ti c r fi.W!m v r, ir -'-- f im rm &k s rot i Is If it, ..... . A. A.WABEBN'S GB,OCE:R, "MODEL Con-LiMo- 1 I "" """ '"' ''" Christmas Goods ! self-deni- al -- 'ii" lflf bw jR K. AREJI 1 1 UNDE1TAKEE H0H1E '9 NEW SEWING WHINES, 'Tnti 1ITfl'iTss5S) n X U! XV XV X X Of Every J XV Xj I Muck-ten- Parlor Sets, Bed Room Sets, Lounges, Tables, &c. If WE In , v 35 'iTi"J , n- TsT Semi-Weekly-Inter- ior Journal Dkckmhkk 14 HARRIE, MY HARRIE 1N-D0O- I ES AND OUT. VICES. - AS TO .THE StanfoiuvKv,. U88 k.c,vai,ton, uus. Manapcerj To the Citizens of Stanford, I j ls,k.Hbl.h.rcor,.n.y.ii have rented the incut business or W. K Knm-uand will uecii) the atiop on LjncJsler street fin la Claimed by Ague naming, of New York, but Il Saya "Nil." Those whoso faces whq wore uu a broad grin some months ngn over the developments of tho"I3uly Bunting" caso probably havo another troiit in store In a similar raw, which it on the docket.. Agnes Durning, of Now York, has sued HarrioStokum, of Brooklyn, for breach of promise. Tlio tjfctulntit is n well known numtenr nrtist of the City of Churches, n monitor of the . Twenty-thirregiment, N. G.,imd is dr scribed as strikingly d BUTCHERING ITE'W CO &X, YARD. I in Agunt ' "r 'Ihe SUPERIOR Lir.Y COAL, And will Icep it constantly on hand in Stanford. iu my surd j Also Umo, Sand Olse mt Aj-t- & II. Hair.; handsome. In tho glimmer of iSSfl, the youug man met Miss Bunting at Huverstrnw, N. Y. Byron wys that tho devil's in thumoon for mischief, mill moon or no moon, tho country in summer, wliiii there nro pretty Kills nbout, rulse the devil with bachelors, llarriefell In love, so i. til .Miss Darning, mid they were engaged to to married in July, lbNK. Then the oung mini sent presents, a pair of diamoful earrings, n golil wnteh, h gold lireastpiu, a crayon nut rait or his prospocti ve fat by hm own ixn-tru- MlCgeslliitin. W. K. Doud, Kn'oilom Kiation. 0 , cmls to tho iHtlu "'imiifT u sltctcli utid iluscription otutlcvoM ho Ubcs for huusiiig-liogi- i. It shown In Fig. 1. 1 cans ht-f- . of three stout (kittened at ono poles, about ten foot long, end, with u slout bolt passed through all threo. l'laee 11 hook on each outsido jiole, about tlio right height for tho length of n hog. Thcso hoohs tulto tho place of tho old guiubrM Htlclt. After the hog Is nttnehed to the li(H)l;s it is b. means of tho mlihllo iolo or lover, mid tho hog can bo 1 nlo-va- II hit lo HaitX and Clean irogs Practical Sketched at llronrk's T1I11I Tha "union Tableaux. Tjjcre Is toglmilng to be a good deal of talk again by the Anaivhl&ts. Tho ircent trial of Krone!;, tho Chicago manufactured bombs, storing dynamite nround his promises ns other meu viotild store brown sugar, his conviction nnd sen- Portrait I 'i ANARCHISTS. , Mo JBF1L.EIY9 la Rocoivinr Hia MERCHATAILOR FALL AND WINTER GOODS. Givo Goods Warranted and aPerfect fit Guaranteed, him a Trial. n Call JOHN t HlfSlilNS. Stniifon'. I889. Harper's Weekly, sit IIAPJllK BTOKl'M. illustrated. Harper Weekly ha a well established pUie I lie the leading lllustrnt d newspaper in America. poll fairness of iu editorial comment oil current the respect and confidence or tics hat earned lor it nil impart!- -' reader and the variety mid of ll literary cimtent, which inc ude serial and short torie by the best and mosc popular writer fi'. It for the perusal of people of the widest r.ince of tate and pursuits. Supplement lire frequently provided and no expense I Tared to bring the highest order ot artistic ability to bear upon the change til phase of horn and foreum pen of Irom history. A new work or William Dean Howell and one by Cspt. Charles will he among the leading feature or tlie King Weekly for iSSo. excel-lence n:ul i will to have sealed hi fato b. utimerous lovo Hut Ilarrie met MlssAiuiio C:;st)c, tin heiress,of llixiok-lvThou tllil 11 cold blast blow over Stoner sends ll V ll 'lt0'c'1 r n'8 'icvk'o II tor hanging 11 boot. It fi! Is shown iu Klg.2. nnd Vj he describes it us fob 8 lows; "" ' Hy tl is method you artistic lingers, it need only one Joint or tie, Tho device run of similir moved from p'.icc to place with little herself by himself, be trouble, and It takes little worlt to make it Tukon piece of hcnutllngllxn inches, good hard wood, A feet long; round it IS inches on each end; leave the remainder square. Jliilto two holes lx'J inches, und mnko two lovers to lit tho holes, l'ut tho rope j over uny joist or tie that is strong enough to sustain n beef, forming a loop over tho tio so the ropo wili not slip. Slip tho cmts of tho ropo through holes near the end; start lovel, nnd wind up to where- you want. Hy leaving tho lever Iu, It rests against tho beef und holds it every time. No ratchet or spreading Mick Is wanted. We have used it on all size of beoves. Wo !. V. ! by moving tho outside K)lC. spread out as desired two S ciu.Kiiou.;. JlL'CllOWSKI. f vY 0 iioxkibld. tiltAINKR. NEW STORE I Wo Have Opcnod a now Stock of rJ2w ri.i.ioT. ItltUNKK. fr Jlarper'sPerPeriodicals Venn Harper' Weekly millinery establishment, got her trottsi-uaall ready. She notiestl, 0110 'day Iu n society journal, an announcement of au approaching marriage between her Harrie and Annie ! Castle. Agues had nlxi heard some "stories'1 alwut iiiiu, ni:Jro'e for an expfntia'tiou. $,oo" Thii was Kin ie's ivjily: u aosk.s ul itxixo. Harriot henrt, "killing mid chilling1 his love for Agticj. Agues, uho was working iu n tvraWV'v.V - - iiaw-a- -- iPn.ma- - iSJT us a infm mm triico t' twelve jcor1 Imprisonment, and tho recent tableaux are responsible, however, for only a portion of the present inter-- 1 est iu the matter, for the Chicago police authorities have unnoticed that another Anarchist outbreak Is imminent, nnd areadvising people every w here, ioclal'y In Chlcogo, to get ready for it, It will be remembered that these same an-- ' thorttles sent out similar warnings Just be- fore tho lln) market riot. They were, not, heeded then, nor do they seem to U) beetled, No one ouwlilo of Aiinrchistlc and now. !llce circles can tell whether there Is now, the Mime oci'iuiou to heed the warning, iiV-..j.-i.a.ll,l-- Dry Goods, Notions, Boots Shoes, Hats, &c, Which Wc Cordially invito tho public to call and Examine. Every- thing is now, ROT K PIECE OF OLD GOODS And every thing has been solectod with groat care, the senior member's six years experience as a drummer enabling him to do so with discrimination and profit. The patronage of persons with cash and those who pay promptly on Jan. 1st and July 1st is especially desired. Asking a sharo of your patrouago, we are Respectfully, I , j '. AiSc-Yo- ur friend Mj3 you know nil. As Inclosed tlnd thj article published rcc'i U Iho In Tlie Brooklyn lnglc twojearsugo.niul nhlch 3 co forced me from society. After rwullng (he fame. In the States, rJl of k. tnio, yo-.- i will not wish ourncituln-ttneYou need not vrrlto me to that lo ' . On fatunlay 1 ill forward to you ft pack-igbegin with the You nai' keep tho pictures of yourself and The volume ol the Weekly will W hen no first number for January of each ear. begin witli rour rather; the ret the letters etc. return If will i mentioned, subscription HAnntu. ngreo to tl.c ubove, time yiu the niimbir current at time of receipt ofordcr, The article ivfcnvtl to told how lliirnoliad Ilound snlumesof Harper a Weekly for three done certain naughty things, which liud years back In neat cloth binding, will besent hy iirtiss taking biv pfcttno ina mail postage p.id. or by express f tee of expense, for tho rogues1 gallery. Oi nccoimt-oyouth (presided the freight docs i.of exceed $i per v.U nnd connection lie hail been given an oppornine) for $7 per volume Harper' Magazine Harper' Haiar Harper Young People Postage Free to all subscriber Canada or Mexico. 4 00 4 to ' ce. o-- J SEVERANCE & SON. e cfTi-ct- ' 1 e. killed soveu t! In soliciting Winner last fall I asked a farmer hero to subscribe; ho said ho iruossed not; "it Is a good little paper, bu,t sub-scrip- ins for the rio. 2. last winter. I 1 Cloth case for each vohime, suitable for bind, receipt or $1 Inif. wl I be sent by mail postpaid each. Reinkiance should be made by postofh.c mon ey orucT or urati, to asoiu cnnnccui iuNewspaper are not to copv thisadiertiement without the expres orderof Harper S. Ilrothers. 1111 -. j Address HAKPEK A-- imOTHEKS New York I889. No. 2 to help kill u beef. When they were ready to hang, this neighbor usked for tho windlass, but bo safd ho used tioles aud forks. At It they went, and after lifting tunity to reform or do it again. must havo been a dainty priie in and pushing, uud no doubt somo grunting, somo respects mi Aijonis perhaps for Agne the had to call on tho good wife for help, and" finally succeeded in getting It up. ugreu-- l to juss over Ins Might irregularities ami vtcdhim still. lint Ilarrio thought lie When hearing this neighbor relate the uf- wouldn't Jiko to l forgiven by Agnes, mid fair next day, I nsked why he didn't tako found respite for his sensitive regivt for bin his whii'luss ulong. Ho said ho thought post deeds by marrying Annie, Tho result tho man had 0110, und when he explained it to him ho said he never hoard of or sow is a suit for jlO.OOJ btvach of proinl on of 3!is Duniing. Tho voung man de- one. He don't read much, and takes no good paper! clares that it is n case of blucumail. f Ha-ric tin-pa- don't read much." Soon after thnt be called on neighbor ' ; ' , T. R. WALTON & SOMERSET STREETS i j Harper's 1 Bazar, A' DRAFT FOR FIVE MILLIONS. ILLUSTRATED. Harpers llazar mil continue to maintain it rep ll art tuition as an unualled family journal literature illustration are of the highest order, Its Housekind and its Fashion and of the choked and ecohold Department of the most practical p.ittern-shce- supplements nomical character Its and fashion piste alone will save it reader ten lime the colr.f subscription, aid 11 articles on decorative ait, sicial etiquette, housekeeping,. ..ookerv. etc make it indupcimble to every houc-liold"It blight short stories and timely twvavs are among ihe bet published; and not a line i admitted to Its column that could ofTend the most r.itidious taste. Among the attraction of the new volume will lie serial smric by Mrs. Francis Hodgson llurnett, Mrs. Alexander, William lilack and Thomas Hardv and a series ot paper on nursery management liy Mrs Christine Terhuiie llerrick t Harper'sI'erPeriodicals Year: Harper ! $4 Ilarptr Itjjiir Magatme ,401 ' J co Harper" Weekly Harper' Young People It Postage Face to all siilicribcrs in theUAucil States Canada or Mexico. 'Ihetolumesof the ll.frar Jill hegill with the first number for January of each )ear When no with lime i incntloiied. subscription will begin order, the number current tit tliutinie of rercipt of riioundsoluincsof llarptr'a llarar fur three ) ears back Iu mat cloth binding, will be sent hy mail postpaid, or hy express free of rxpenso, Iprnudcd ihe freight doe net exceed $1 per lohitne' for J7 per volume. Cloth case for each volume, suitible for binding, will be sent by mail postpaid on receipt of i each. Remittance should be inadebv postcfliceimme) order or drall, to uvold ih.uicc of Iias. Newspaper are nut to copy this advertisement without the express order Of Harper A Ilrothers Address HARPER A IIROTHERS, New York I889. Harper's Magazine, ILLU.vritATEI). Harper's Magaiine I the most useful, entertaining and beautiful periodical in the world. Among the attraction lor 1889 will be a new no el an American tory, entitled "Jupiter Lights," hy Constance I' Woolson; illustration of by K. A. Abbey; a series id articles 011 Russia illustrated by l.de 'IhiiUtrup; Dominion of Canada and a characpapers'on the teristic serial bv Charleo Dudley Warner; three Norwegian Studies" hy Iljnrnujerne lljornson, illustrAted; 'Commodu," u historical play by' Ilhistrated by J. R. the author of "Hi Weguelin, etc. The Kditonal Department are onducted b (ieorge William Curiis, Wllhnni Dean Howell and Charles Dudley Warner Why the Prlncn of Wales und EmrHprnr Willluiii Ale Not iKxl trleuds. An iiitivs:ing stor is told of tho I'. lnco of Wales by 11 special ciinx'sponiletit of tho New York Staats-IJeiiuuuho has deemed it itujKii taut euoiigli to .send by cable, mid claims tiiut it comes fro: mi authentic source. Of course, the naino of tho l'riuco of Wales is not ii:ct:tioued, but the disii'to is so thin that nobody c :a help seeing w ho Is nieniit at once. It i.p.ic.irs that dm mg tho last days of tho sojourn of tho then Cronu Prince Frcilericl: William in B.111 Ilemo tho Priiii'o of Wales, wi:o for a number an internaof years has nchlevisl tional reputation as au njiostb of fashion and every kind of sport, and who is counted fur more the prototj i0 of the modern eliova-lle- r thau of the nuclent knight, '.vent to San Kemo to request the noblo patient to liberate him from n bitter embarrassment by indorsing a draft for llvo million marks -- a debt of honor. Induced more by ruisons of his relationship than from nil economical motive, tlio crown prineo ucectleil to tho pi men's request, Tho crown prineo then liecamo ciniwror, tho emiKTordted, end immudiateiy thcrcuixm tho five milho.1 draft became due. Tao maker of tho draft, that is tho IV. ice of Wales, had mndo 110 provisions for tho payment of it, but the young emperor (William 1I declared that ho would not allow the properly of hi mother lister of tho Prince of Wale. to bo uttaehed for this purise, and that was the last of it, notwithstanding the pleading, then tho indignation and tiu luiuits of the Prince of Wales, who for tuat p.urposo bad sjiont suvcral days at that tiiuj in Berlin. h this emergency of tho royal gambler tho Count Wilhcllu Rederil, thusjii of tlie cliief ehamlierlaiii of the empjiur who recently died, in a itioni involuntary way camu to ins nssistar.e?. In a continue 1 tcssiou of eeaito with tho Prince of Wales it is said Count Uedern lo.a all that ho eallisl his own ; at tent tlio draft, with tho indorsement of the crown priuco. was immediately nttcrnnrds cashed. To omiplete tho story, and to pacify those who sympathized with l'io Prineo of Wales, said eorrespoiulcnt also mcut.ous that precclins the arrival 0 Emperor William iu Vieimn tho torincr repau-ei- l to Hungary, where he, by relieving several Hungarian magnate of their surplus possessions, obtained the means to Allay iu a measure the impatience of his numerous creditors. 11 no Fig. :i Is 11 :t. Periodicals! Harper's JVr Year; Harper's Harper's Harper's Harper's Mjgamie Weekly Itazar or Mexleo. -- . Young Pepple drowned."' Upon this Intelligence tho old lady hurrleo flood. The volume' of the Miiguilne begin with the off to the priest to inform him that a Niunbers'for'Juiie and December of each jear. was to overflow tho vaiiey, and to uk what will begin was to be done in the mil wiergcney. When no time i specified, subscription with the number current at .the time of receipt of The priest endeavored lb quiet her fears bv order. telling her that Ood had promised that hu Hound volume of Harper' Magazine, for three eliould never send another flood upon the year back, In neat c 01I1 binding, will he sent by earth. mail postpaid on receipt or 1.V" volume. Cloth "But," exclaimed tho affright! woman, cases for binding 50 nts each, by mail, postpaid isn't God that's doing it it's the cuwed Magazine, alphabetical, ana- - "it Index 10 Harper's Indians.11 lvticalalid classified, for volumes to 711. inclusive, "In that case," Bald tho priest, "you'd betfrom June, 181,0, to June, ii8j, one volume. bu, ter git." And sho goL Denver Tribune. vl'ith, Si. Remittance should be made by sollice mouA jest that makes a virtuous woman only y urderor diafl to avoid chance oflo. smile often frightens away ft prude; but when real danger forces tho former to flee Newspaper are not to cupy thi adseriiaeipeit wsiliimt ihe express order nf Harper cc Brother. tin latter does uot hesitate to advance. Ltfitena. Addr. s II RPER A IJROTHllRS.New York. State, Canada Postage free lo all subscriber ill the United - morrow," "Why i:otr Inquired tho vromati. J 00 j "Became," answered t!:e weaiy man, "tlu cul Indiaus are diggiug a tuimel ut Devil's BluiC lake, and. they are going to turn all tho 4 no J laUo into tho valley, and you a 03 j waters of tho all the rct of tho pcoplu ure to bo ' and Clrcuiustunees Alter Owes. A traveler called at u hut in tho vicinity of Denver, Colo., mid requested somo dnmer. Tho lady, her spouse bjiug ubeiit, refused to for money or tho Ijvj supply hi t nece-iiti- cs of humanity. "Very well," said t'9 hungry traveler a? ho turned his footsteps from tho iuluupitablu ubode, "you will want notii.ug to cat to- , I 1 j - butcher knife, especially ill slgneil for Btielclng hogs. It Is described bv C. H.C., Ashtabula, O , us follows: "Almost any smith can mako one from uu old file, und I have found by actual experience that it pays to have one," Tlio idea is to havo the blude broad and blunt at tho point, so that T!!K TAllLKAl'X. it will sever both veins ut mice without cutWith this are ortrnits of Hronek, the ting from side to side, or turning the knife Ciileitouti. und soeral of thoofllcers around as somo do who pretend to bo butchKENT-rjCX"i ho Mere Ilronek's captutr, ers. The blade of this kmfo hhnu'd bo six together Instrumental in of tho sensational with sketches in length, mid lie ahd a half inches inches broad ut tlioKilni. with a small keen point, tableaux shown ut a meeting of Auarchlsu In tho hands of in mie of tho suburbs of Chicago not long us shown in thedtagram. 1111 expert it is only necessary to put the ago. It will lie nimemlHnsl thut at the enknife m am! out as quickly ns possible. It Is tertainment where lhee tnblentix were ofsufllcieut width to cut both arteries ut given the American tltig was trampled under foot and the red Hug lloutcd proudly above once." it. Then were eillgies of jitUlco lieing huug THE CHRISTMAS TREE. upon gallons, and other strictly Anarchistic ; representations exhibitciL I fits I0 l'ut Dun Up for 11 Very TilMIng Outlay or .Money. BOTH DEAD NOW, o homo, especially whom there ute children. Is complotorturiiijrihe holiday: without ;, uf Nenr llurni, Mllll aChristmuh tree. Tlio latter are grand, six'ul.liig of Kill-Dtiiiiiruu, III Sluyrr. elaborate und costly in the famili's of tho circumseribed rich; but even househo The double trnEedy which took place iu nieutis can put up trees thut will sparkle Xew Haveti on thouvcuiiig of Thanksgiving very Hilling outlay of day wnsone of thu wont thnthasevertakeu and pleaso. for u money. Tinsel is cheap, but it glitters, and piuee in that city. John iviug, u young law ts, children rarely mop to estimate values. svident, s as shot nnd killed by n j oiiug man A plousing effect is produced by brushI nnieu ueorgo t'oiio-ai- i. ing tho prickly foliage of tho tree bore and It was evidently there with mucilugo uud then sprinkling II ease of Jealousy, common salt uiwn it Among tho cheap, b'lt thoexaet motive Kcef, GoodH houii'-mudornumcuts to hang upon tho for tho crinis is not tree may bo onunienitod empty eggshells known. Donovan adorned' with deciilconiuuia pictures, walhad a largo amatory t or gold paper, pine wrapped In nuts correspou lence, 11 11 d cones varnished, then bronod or sprinkled iept a singular set of with suit; cranberries o;- - popcorn strung Sausugc (iriiulcis, Iiiitchcr Knives, C'uyoniio nnd r chums, inado by past011 twine, ing one ring withtii the otlior, colored Black Popper. tisstio paper, etc. Tho tisfiuo pajxir is cut into long strips about four Inches wide, und closely cut across, but not entirely ucross. Sweet and Sour Pickle3 Bulk and in Bottles, Sorghum, It Is then slightly dampened and held over J II. KI.NU. n hot stove, when it curls up uud looks well Honey, &c. when thrown hero and thero across tho tree. not require much skill to fashion books which It does tho stulo balloons, gondolas, coaches, etc., out of stilf paper, and afterward covering it of bis loves, mid with gilt or silver pjpor. Figures cut from it is thought flj always roasonablo and yoods advertising chromes or colored fashion that King may have stood iu his slates cuti be fattened to tho balloons, gondolas, etc, mid really look very pretty. Tho wuy. Ho mot sumo skill can adorn the base of tho tree In King on ThanksT. . landscapj stylo, with tiny fences, rustic giving uid debridges, n old mill, etc., UHing moss for liberately killed meadow, red sand for roadway, white or him. Thou Iij ocjr.as uj.vov.ix. silver saud for paths, twigs of cedar for ran uud secreted himself in a bam, where ha fringed with remained for four or live hours, mid then, trees, 11 plena of looking-glus- s moss fof u lakolct, etc. Hunches of ivy evidently seized with the idea that tho berries for the tfee can bo variously colored oflli-erof tho law were iu hot pursuit, of by flint dipping them Into it hot but weak him. he ran ,o the city reservoir and, deposit,-lu- g solution of starch, and then into blue, red or bis overcoat and pistol Oil the brink, lis yellow powder or Into powdered bronza jumped 111. Tho police found his coat by tho Mottoes for trie tree or around It can bo reservoir, but thuy thought that he merely inado of white cotton wool. Tho letters aro loft it there us a "blind" to aid him In bis cut out of card papor, to which the wool is cscuj)e. Tho water was drawn Jroin tho glued. When dry, pull tho wool m uh to reservoir nr.d his body was found to tho surgive it u puffy or snowy upjicaraiieo. Trim prise of everybody. Itwus uvidvKit that ho A CARD TO THE PEOPLE OF LINCOLN COUNTY. ' tho letters carefully afterward uud fasten bail inado n desperate struggle for life wkeu on u durlc background. Letters decorthem ho found himself drowning. ated wllh rleo havo tho effect of carved Beyond laziueis and nil nround tisolossness on ivory. Cut out the letters liobudy eversuppo-eDonovan to bo other of paper, cover them with n thick coating than 11 dsccut enough young man. He was paste or glue,' uud while yet worm drop the born near Brighton, England, twenty-on- o grains of rlco Into It. Tho nee grains cun years ago, of Irish parento. He bad been lu Of Lancaster, Ky., have opened in tho house formerly occupied by dlppitir this also bo made to resemble coral country eleven years. them Into red heullug wax dissolved In alMr. Penny, in STANFORD, a First-Olas- s Bakery, Restaurant and cohol. Loiters covered with crumpled tinCalifornia Fruit Store. They will keep constantly on hand everyAThat IIo Oot with Ills Wife. foil have 11 good effect and resemble frosted "My brothers uro lucky dog. One of thing in their lino, such as Bread, Rolls, Pies, silver, or they can bo inado of holly, and Cakes and the Best of havo a rich, cord-lik- e upjiearunco. Tho them married two big farms and the other leaves uro strung with u needle upon twine married n half interest in a national bank." Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Meals served at any hour. of tho proper 'eni'th, paslng tho needle "They nru lucky, indeed. What did you through the center of each leaf, Dclivlt get with your wifef" "Me Ob, I gt a limber jaw nnd a pair Ice cold feetl" AivoIh Uaoonl. "ArrKitpuro leading mutter" Anthony of Respectfully, STANFORD, Z - SEASONABLE "GOODS. Currants, Citron, Raisins, Figs, Concentra ted Coooanut, Colatino, Corn Starch., Cnocolate, iE-ctrao- f &c. c ' Oatmeal, Cracked Wheat, IBomlny, rtlaccaroni, Cheese, Uried Caiiued Generally. m tlu-fo- il gold-p.ie- wm Sne, bird-cage- jgPricus lirjst-olnss.Jg- Waltox. s NEW! NEW I NEW. Mo 25IMMKH, 1 i ' FRESH OYSTERS in EVERY STYLE R. ZIMMER, I Couifltocli. Thu iiiutdeii upeovU tiiut pleasliB 'Yes." There ii a JlawichtiRett that she would pot loo1: (.art'"" . y" i .Vst -- ;, Wholesale and Retail. iA-- - f ' V.' , .4. - "if jr fr.fr ,' 'T "" "t. v' a- - j,. t. ,,fjjij'j - funim ij pKT6T"-'''- '"Vj-i'i- r' 'r.'v' p,r v '';' - . ! Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal , excltement, many FAIR MONTI GARLO The Most Luxurious Gambling Place in the World. Stanford, Kv Di.ci!miii:ii 14, 1888 In tho room, oicclnlly tho t'nniblers' Mhti 1110 iitylti foppl.iyV nal.t tihI not for U10 money, npofllled with rhiiicUiIiik moru muU'i'litl ntid tnarkeil in its efTuct. Abnllltlin is thiMKital liquid of ihosocnmblt'pa. HU1CIDK. mm "IM)C" U. 1. (HIIPriN. W l WAL'l'ON. "STA-RI- A writer telU of mtlns a f 1r h roil young r.tipllflimun, nlmoHt a boy .i eiipx, but nuciont in extx'Pleiice of a not cry oloviitliip: Kort. Hiiritij up illvpiirU-t- l from tliu tables ; of nft;r n (leoulinrly exaiterutlnj; sti-oal- Rec:cnt Examples Trom the Vorltl of Crime. HAMILTON XiTJMBBBi I e I THE PRINCIPALITY 01' MONACO. Soism 111 luck. hive purrliiispil the lumber yards of Messrs. rge l Wearen nnil I M llruce .mil will open a tic yard ill Ilia on pun based nf Mr Uearen. Itciile lumber in ritncrli and ilrAit. t will earrv large lute of window iwshas, doors and IiIiikIc, lath-- . post iiihI the pi del fri.ir fnrnterlv sell) liy Mr Wcatcn. S I. HOCK UK ijiyr "What I need Is tone," ho muttered, mid hotral,';lituitv juoceisleil toftirnUh liliuwlf Interesting DcUlU of tlio Dally Routine of die I'lncrt Ililllliiiit I.lulitM, Music, llaliny Air. V.xi llenirnt, I.nili llolli flood mill lluil, Joj, I)cp.ilr, Dentil I h ith tht' tieet'Awy J'touo'1 by tho cry enptous II" IS 11 f.lkk l.eitt," Mini lilts Klin Ills tioof nbsintlio. Ilo was tpilto ifcWwn. Ho "onrf.o on II10 I'hcIIIc hlopc Tim lit II hntl lost mer n je-irnllotwuioonl tlietibls, vrns lionleHly involved ill debt, and wn Way of 111 I!uiieisir's (JimIhiiii (lenrgn roml to vcrv ta;iidly iipocMNliiii; on tho Hlilwell, (Ik- - I'nmor, mill Ills Mor). tllO lloRH. - tho richest bank in tho rot!tl would probably Ui careless lu somo spot, and 1 begun to probe fop it. 1 found It In tbcip system of transacting business 011 hills of psehungo.itiiil to tako iidvnuuigo of It, Ono ot tlio tho party was sent to liirmiughntn, who would do to accept tho bills, and two stayed in IfOtidon with me, duo of them tho tlrnwr of the bills nnd the other nn Indorsee. I was behind tlio scenes. Tho b lis, of rotipso, wiro bogus, unit they weie 111 duo course itceepicd by tho pal in Ilirmiugham; then tho bank discounted them und pluc'd thorn to tlio credit Of tho Indorsee, who drew out the cold cash by checks. It seems incredible almost to 111c 1T0TI foM.in .III air CEI-, 11 O 'lilt . IL la hnealni kIi,h lioldinif aid bank' note or hiiviniz cinim ajjjinft sa il Asfniiaili 11 to present thi-n- i for pivment Oci 1 X, 1 gag JOHN ll.OVVSLi:,Caliter. no 'i ciMiht). .1tl(l llinrnfrilsi nnllf-- Ffintli ri l final l!inl kj ,w Via.. settling U 3 AIT ESTHAT?" seeping nml 5 I tillilierc A KKD COW came to my (Jivn-na- n tliiMnlverti.-mrn- hotifc last May anil Is yet lur by paying f. r hrr i nt this day to think oy POSTED. V 11 tn r forewarn litintfr, tisUcrnun Htiil mil tn rv.pn. in our I Mil" without Per ! pin-i- s uii--intnl to tin lull i. ull stu h will r-- l i lit SitfneV f Ihf law 1 J III! 1 , '.!. I ItdPt'l K, I . it it t t I SI s KOI. II rtHANKS. r.. MKs HENRY .lAIJdllMAN, SIcKllM.ltlsJk M.S I Mi AI IM1 K. J.R S II i:M.HMN, IIIU CI! 1IAII.1IM A r - M HI AND S, hh.ton' & mw IS UK M ii mi. ion t n Iiavi- - ItPH I General 3Icrclm::liKc, K ROWI.sND. , litspimitK-et- s slid it slock complete in all t desire to mil the attention nt the public tn their tork of Men's slid lli()' CI .iMni, lime, Csti. to..i, Shorn, lr IkhkIs Nnlioti' and I amily liri-ti- " 1'nuniry pnxlii'e talon In cathartic (('ruo.HU Will have our ( hrisim.is Ost by Pe (. ail in end Inok ai it i rnl)'r in lle ' j KOTWE TO CREDITORS. (Sarah AH persnan koMlac; rials astaiaal Ml prry ptnvea, iheas, ook, dee'd, wll to tbe nndertucntd i nor before PeceHirntf 131k, prrH A .WW C A ) KOIIINMIN, Jmr. nf Sarah Cool, l IheitsCrreV, K. SLAUGl.TKR e&nr, ntr.itj H HOUSE! new Slaughter HrMt.e at much that I am ii nftin Iiiht putdic .ntlf Woik lull) iirilMieit ! uilirr g mhI to me illlij- - ni 1 rrMMi .1 iivrrili'in. Ami ilu. e " 1 ipk JiiimaU .j ki mx IhaMl C MUlk Hill ' in 'l ) A 1 1 , th "' jiih;I l.uilt a desire nt aurvl H SIS. ii.Kjt 1 M : m 'afBaV Vl jBflBfBfBfBfBfflBV'af R. B, GEO0HE0N I; Sl'lOSSOK TO - - , M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, j Oil lTH AVENUE, ' LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Nobbiest & Most Stylish Slnck f , H A T 89 l.trr LVnuKhitn bf nt) ol in luJinK the woiM-n-iiimn- cJ KNOX & JOHN laiiuvlllv, nr, oprH ' 8. STETSON & CO'S. HATS Anilaltoni' own iMKirtatinii of KnKltth lluta AnelecaHt lina ol CiRO a lid I.yon' I'm tiUbralcd Uiuhrella tilwaye on lunil nj Cap ' SEAL SKIN SACQUES, CAPS, (,Uiv. a ad other I'ura, nl 1 mr ie- -l f rity Milintnl, 4tlf4ttin j;uaral-- 1 Dimii I Ml luordera M1HBV HAT pfet n tparialty Order out tt)r STJLL IN THE LEAD!' The W Weekly narfHipr lis-- 1 3a,etle,' l'ivlrjat earner of mid a week, . crkly l.di Hon of thi LiMnincniil (iairtte publihesl near th Tlio Koromost, ProubOBt iwul WatLI) tn any the population of ihu ;iil than HepublK niaiUd ' Wj I addtea I tka jwar ut all atlvmaia- - whk tko Mmnff vmphai Auknican iokas Ih the conduttotj r gwrriimcui affairs, hn papr io aM ' (Msiple, tbi tlcyntion nf ourj tka IxtnrnneHt f thalr (b.sn. Ul aad aofial lunilitKms Howes. aJ Pk tha 'iiily of U nur AicaM Wpnblf Caiutla a Urpublican piper to tin) loin ind tatk ky Ibu I'uittsl SlnttM Connuutieii. It -, ilrictly speaking, a I'amiiv III NkwsrpKR, and khoulil be in every fmiill j' tku lnil ly land during tlie iiixt full of oitrrrat t 1a muutk I'll Week 'I he (l.uelte i l is a ijreiit iw.lii.atiir, and ever) depart inert eld and jounj:. v.irleti nca tjlven OtMn every psrt of tho elvltlroil A lilolie, in proper feun. ill sketclia ef tral, ailvrniurci, erv week Inns tunl sliutt xtwrlen, nppear (J. Mttinilton OriiTln Is the imiue of ono of lb- ilr.'inl: ubstutlio all tho nftcviioon. ('uriimsh rtitnigli, the tone ho smightwai the most elisgnnt swindlers that ever talked not forthcoiiilnif. a iiiuii'r ni'Mipy out of one pockctlioo!; Into Th fad Is be tlieil fire hour after ho ipiit another. "Doctor," op ,I)oc'' Onfllu, us bo tho tables. is frtinlliuly l.innvii, tiot only write his 11,11110 II hint hilled btinself undoubtedly. Ilo lifter th'MirntiM'mt, u fashion, "O IIumlKon," bud mlt'sl jdrjciiniiiit with his nbMiitho. lie but waxes bis tiittstHche, drones Inmincu-latfiy- . tikimllv in etcning dtes, ami never ilid not nan! it known nftisr IiIh dtith that tio s is 11 Mlf inuixk'rcr, mi ho ntvutatloutly foigetting n buttonhole bottipi'U. True, his mn I; huge t)tmntltlvs of abslutho ull tho imlriatttnteri'tiriy HflHiiicoii thinUinx that Ills disilh would lx mid Ihi has mhiic of t' r . ... .1.. .. 1..... ..f1 u illlO "I HIV lllll. attriiHits to timt enuw. It wn. by Ins moUivr "Alwlntho, too Africa 111 Ids sklti: niphl living, and honrt Jii"-- suiinduueil noveriholcss, lie is ntild tho uorvole by oTriswhe nit elegant fellow. It will bring 11 doctor tn bw lie vit broken inhfjr, who Iwul oxn: rAiti.01 Tlu iiiiuiu In itself ii iiMtantly xtattcil from I'iirIuihI for Monte sntllo to the in"es in Caliof of her son' dentil. htil!k'it-nt)lilillltciUhtlDS. Carlo on the Jm Th ,ihj olcimi I. new lijtlor. fornia nud Canada t fn'M on tlto top very lint physloiHiw at MonVo Cnplo liavt to Ho nml in Knglaml to liku tli( ti.iti)i of liiiiuini'Uilili! othor xita in know that tin1 doc-- jXy tu to lu tin' Houtlt of I'mnoi ami In miniij Itnly. lint mi nftt Hint tliey IV dlo ii'itiiml tlautlM at Monte lor ou iss'ii uii.ru wn trtU'H In ootmectlon viitlt tlt iilnns lUolf, CopUi. ill VlUlolill, C, . l wlmt n tory tlio Inpc n.iino tolU, iunl'w.ltat rt Hies you, my Iwy, no. and v lllielii-- i tight ' ' s lilnj-w- l ItVCROf In tlio ill fuUil mrt It in many IniiHlrmla, t'Vrti tlioiiytliiln, of rttH.li'M , The liKujpa, that l tUso who uiu ruined, tinmlly hnot tlieinsclvm. Bomo pmfer to mlrriitiinfiiiiioriiinpiiitl;lfUiill,nsfvprlili Hor,l'i-f- ) of tin pliij fnl joliltfU Iftii'k fnnii ileiativ this life by liienm of jioiwn. Tlioro eurtulii (MS'iiliuritlos lu Dritish Coltiptliia, to weiv elKhly eii Mik'tdes at Monto Carlo answer for tliose prov in i.ly isinnnlttod The irrty kiii of tlrn frlil! n laigo piiiiortion of uhoiu "fie iliK'tup is a 1,1ml nnvulitiop. ItouleUn nixl trvnitt K rinnrnntti mtr not l.tst In Ifiis Angeles bo sold out u largo tract of I 1km in l fnvlnntltma of MontH Cm la Tle uonien. WOMItV AT MOVTE CAUI.l). htm I, for winch he lcceited a cmidldt'rnblo only tlirwi little rnitirlinllty of Miiiincn. Atlnint ii fifth of tho players at Monto sum of lilone ; hut It wusdUcmeied timt tho miles lHiK, which Inoliules MoiiIp fph;, high oboo tlio flvlo npif wmtteu And t"gep ;nin.rsters they jiropeity was limited I a Kirajite 11 mlitlc wi4wp to I Tin- - nip is Iwlmy ntvl nlnH are. Tliey nii ciover tnoilgliitt Jilny, mid niv floutls to o mailable, in Ilrltlsh Columbia, :j,000,COO out for wtttn. In th miiUtof DwoniU-- r yott mil nlr.aya loiUiift;Mir (Inn clientius mi tho Kilt nliout j eiir ago, be bad nf. Hi imuk, nre ruin.li, disjmtn coal lanila Uimhil to him. riiee he tried to nil orttiigti bhMwinfH or Mntvclinl Niol rww kll to 11 Scotchman nt hW jmr ncro, though Mouto Carlo to your frirtuk in nortlit rn they wore worth but $t. The Hcotchiimn was Tlio Kky ( iiinr.olotialy (ihi, ninl Kimp not ipiito 'green" enough, and (irilllu Kent fHirly lilnie with a at tnlit tlio star wiim to v' " lulu tin eateiiiug letters in order to frighten iiiU'Mifity tliut Is only oIkoi-v-ih5k K ' him. on tlio hIioio of th Miillti'i'i-niieniHis brilliant cateer is now doubtless closed lilt' !!! .Mlitorratiui (Ull, ton wily forn lime; for theie nre sulllciout flmrges iloUml Mltll "I'll nitwl Milla, WinllM tilt) IihMi ar.m-t- , him to keep bun in limbo forsouio of Moimco. of tUi toorrltiit j cat's. uml uojfvt4ve Nnttiro tliniui n ltixni-mn- t nooDi.En Ji'no.VALn. niaiitlu owr tlu iniquity of Moiilti Oirlo. "Hd ' McDonald, tho Chicago Iwo Hop, and MOVACtl IV I.ITCIIATUKK. brother of tlio notorious gambler, Miko McAm! tlnti, tin) CaMtto' Donald, has been granted n new trial by the Who lm not hi'iinl of the nnlAltftl CnMnol supremo com t of Illiuntr, Ktin)H-nilny, ho unto Tlio uovflistn of tlio McDonald va tbei'iigineep of tho county tlio liorsty, hnlf iilivuiti. hnlf trasii- - hook Ho was hospital. wjino-Ihltinow to itniniiiipiit)ly h)iiiIiip, nil htivo 111 rested, together to mi) ntritit tlivUnsintiqt iiimuOitlo with four other ?,; t ik;i LTtii1 As, fop liuwmi), "Ah in n Ixxikini; Olaw,' Chicago ofllcutls, a thut fTtiitiiii of last J top, xthioh vrwiuftor-nn- l yonr ago last by 31m. ltiiRtry. Tlio liook Msl March for defraudrnthrr iimttilltnly, to bn Miro tclli ronnitlrr-ntil- o ing the county, and a mtv nUmt tlio Com no, but wus convicted. Ilo HALO'. DH JfH. ifiSI f.t 5 iuilitnluiK cIom over the Bihieil Ivla(t5 of npplleil for 11 new -ntid tho cmiipieni do AT r,M r&r.'Zfrs tititisitnd overlwarlii;, htiinaii Mmkntxn iXpZr trial, and it was ro Kvcpy mit of matt op woman, roo1 or not like to deal wltlt them. They aro nearly v vr 'jknj fus-si- . Ho then apKul, is iitivlihil for in thU niacmtlivnt all youtiK that in, tho majority of them nre plied to the suCam hi. Tnioentlnr tlu lhif.t orchestra in under IK). Occasionally you will nis.'t a premo court, and w lokoil old Kiisllsh duchess at the Kurojio riv an hour of ilviicnms .'njnymuiit the now trial has F.I), tl DONALD. tlunweiw of tables, with wrinkled faeo and oxcecdingly to the exi'ltisl ami ofrwpinj;lit last beau zrautcd. In-- it palpable wig but shu is no eap;r and Rrasp-In- c t'ht'fi tlio ilnce. Tin tsife hits otto of the mouths. He piny as a young Kronehwomnn sitting Ho his been in Jail for eighteen few lioodlers nt on tht ootittnrtiU Tlio luitioni urn hnlf n much for is not 11 malt of education, us liesldo her, who is iilayfng not fo ivntur old. arc. but bo bad thf faculty, as nil boodlc,rs Ilvliitul tlio Conino the .ountl ajemls tho lnvo of play u for tho love of money, of must have, of getting his claws on tho public for winiD 400 yards, ami lu're linto bscn built which she is in cotiAtaut but vain expectation money. the ninny hotels which, with a few abort ami of winning 11 fabulous amount. Miko McDonald is nil powerful In Chicago. You will meet many Americans nt Monto a t)tinf.lin; of illa, ronstitvto tlio littlo Whether ho will allow his brother to be Cnrlo, and they piny coiwtuntly but cauto 11. Tlieolivo ctneml Hlojieiof tho Alix again convicted is not altogether in unantiously. Maritime rio ireclitoiitiy bohiml, khelterswerable question. They aro not tho Americans such as are ABOUT LITTOCV. In the pages of English tioseU; that Some ten o.- - more jeurs ago a marriage in ulgar nrrenues, n itli a iy, tall, ciik faced. A --Jlifo occurred at St. Thomas' church. goaUni, a Krotcxpju and tmsKslble dialts:t, a high Will-lawas constant tptld of toktcco lu their mouth, and Now York. Tlio groom thoFrederick lato Emperor Luttgcn, n godson of ukfrrrftijt .lino vLifl a general manner of offensive arrogance. Ei-ViTvFrederick William of (Jernmny, and called Wr-There is no nuch American ok this. f.Trma ...&( William. ' The jiaajrcrtwi ' j.itr'---- . thero over wus tho present writer Is too by bis familial s "I'riuco and her father If Kfk'&J.,'i-7- f brido was Aunt Marshall, tho species. joimg to remember On the contrary, tlio American mm nt was violently opiKMl to the match. Tho tu Mo and groo.n settled in RutherItonte Carlo rather uscel, If nnyt'.mig, tho mailu friends nud other n.itivii to bo seen tliciv. ford, N. J. Thero tliey 'y. Titoy lived Itii'li of nit beeumo prominent social TlH'.v him indts2Hitably Iwttor dtved, aro betyears, when tlio littlo god ter muiineivil l. mn tlio Kuglislinieii, and far happily for twotlio more manly than our bobbing rreuvlunou. How out of TIk-nro better looking, too, und infinitely window r. id hn not beat Hfii ill llli: CAJINO. mora self jvosiseMietl. tho domestic circle) 'ut th arf fioni nnj l.wtthof nortUeriy A D.ULUAXT bEAKOV AHUAB. 11 air, ntid, tut far fin theveiii reurli, thoso TliU kensoti nt Monte Carlo promlus to ba si IV. Mi.. Jiitttgenhns bruUful ii'i'iinuiins follow the lo:i hue of tho ukh: brilliant In it history. Tho Prinw the const, rfnvm, lietuemi tlieir ihirU gmut of Walt., who has freiitetitly broken tho left her husband for fet and the K.pibir ax 1, jilt ikmii enough Imnk lu tlw pnt ton jaora, Is to kVKid a few nnd sues Sbo a diIn ue p!nrs fur a 1 lualer of liotwcs, and in weeks tber.i, ami board'j of uoblvtucn and vorce. has others llni.Ll.' nilUciei.t kivice for Ibu long sbonls of rich couuttoner from nil parta of three children v it o rt ic has uhite raid tlist atii'uew uuay to t'eron. Lfiiropu fiud Atimioaniv consuiutly arriving. with 1 u uutraLtsj Ui tin Celiu i Oil tljlt flilo It fs not only not conshlered Uisgraocf ul b) tho brought .was comof lb biii.diii-- ; it; rued wny from tlio son, oilte to ffjiend tlio w inter ut Mo.ito Carlo hor. Her ajtd isapjU'OJi iito. ft out a 'iloce. ' uhich baA g nbiint; sual dotiltful (uuaiiu)uts, but it u plaint is cruel! j. four tain i.i Ibeoinhr. mtd iu uillier aide p itlvily rogirded ns "tint pwo'imh taiug, She overs tlint hep V. W. IATTOCN. of It tU Hotel Mud Ch.im'.j IV: w i'ai.lui H..' boy." Kvea lao imHt Pui'iVi uc il peoplo btihbaud was nftep I money be supposed to bo in tho family, t'je t.pnf .1 II iht disii-tbruuch tin !;" rrl js their atriugency In lvu'd to vrtntermg soino of stepa, one mult h . t . 111 n oanbule, to at Moute Carlo, mid jour injectable. Iicef und which ho tboubt ho could got through o.. i. 1. . 'J to eating, loridnnklug English father, 110 mat- hlA wife. ' After discovering that tht wtis the right of uli :u . Cliff) k'.t t i impossible it isckiiiued that ho cumtnenceil b IS ", ) - JIU' MB.. If i ami fcteni most of his ideas 11 ter how I. a system of cruelty that would shook 11 riblfgtiltnl uiv ciil u '.n uliout fCorals may be, "111 take bisdsughtor fs u member of tho a'lUtsl w.tat't.s bo t'jt:v with as l.tt to thought or oMnpimctiou its lleud. Mr. e.itv.1 .1 nf vtrmi .o',u. 11 ku v ould tuku t'..eiu to the L$ ceu.u in London. bunking bouse of August Doluiout & Co. Ml 'ntti'ea Ii tun 1.. hall .i.v. 1.1 c nkmo will undoubtedly b o tUloert.l u.l Tew peoploes eroni'luli thomseh at Monto This fuet dirm-C- priwetlltigs a cause tend to celebro. moulti. .il flu with profliee eiuoUf(itiva to Curia Of oonree'you 111 read ; our pnpor make ths in OCOROK ninwuLL. tltsir frietntfti hiwitt uc to pa tint thw ocOfMioitally tlmtSoand-iJ- o bnko the bank, Oeorgo Did wot', vuo nstonislKHl tlto world tot. their nto.-"- ' , or, o'i t.h'. o..u'r ha d, take but it is ivj-e- , and tie oals rcsm it is tuailo thoofjl' Mfriit to t'." iik"1' es for u ru" ot liic':. ' hi so much of is beuatifie it i so ri: o. lu roulettu and mystified financiers by outw itting linll in ftttailti..'l. U.ov. ij. "If 1 '..jUcs ima H10 cunacca ts in favor iif that bank, r.ud this do Is of tlinIJan'i of England some llftwit years ngo, Is now a ticket a o innn In Now pacshtir is to of tll the gatuea of Monte Carlo. And a Then you .itcr theCplo.i i'.j v;i. then it is i'i,vty wel known that thero York city, and lias luibllshwl sad niluntaand storv, of bis crimo. It Is a TtM SUilwi ia Jeu U wh' 0 t u j;a::iMir.jt is ta choatJiig Moua Carlo. The adagv, tit done. UK a tHtjierb m tn, loiijf l liigb. "A mru is u. fool to etcal for any ouo ought to bo nn "fleet ito ono to ui'iilutiiptcd freworvl bv tile fluef aitiaW Of BttPop, eUo," is riui.bly trno eiiouK, but a croupier tocr.'o.. bu dt J; lor ii w is tho m m taleutod of swindlers and je; be w.ntenujlit an I and ff.ra:'.:i9l with vuia Tho not 1 a ubtuKiUslly !evelopcd tonsa of fourteen jii.rs' 111 pvifji. if it. He is lit-'.- o rij.'ht p vl wpi'iig, u'sd world bavo now ."JSjicmolil, nud, tkoafM 1.1 t,o.id gen111 :cuJiug if wed iild for it. mI lun.i liilly Is J,; Tiieiu uio imtauoes, 01 uuutic, of mccoaiiul eral heal. Ii, sonttiw hu. ttnea aud band the cfl'n'S of tiieir money safely away, twUt?dr.i stwith "lujimoleu nud gyscs. long platers Ho w itbeut ugaiu playing and losing it all. An familiarity bail won des gns devoting tho proceeds of his liooknLtl Amerlndi ffictfr, on ftir'oujh, who lectin e., ljojond 11 bary living for binueli d .iUoi M,OU, nain lost it r.li, and to leave; ho paid bin bill ut tho hotel, ntid wife, to seeming tho release of bin brothe.- Austin, n!"j tried and received packed up h.s t :i::a, and toot: bis ticket. Ho himself, timo unl tr.o Iiiau'.. - psi'o nul a .'eiv louis iu his a bio sentence at tho samenud wwith ho currho. 'Xw'Uet, mi ho wmt bad: U tho toblos. He ently nsoerts, pjp-feief.. tho 1S30M1 with H.'I.V, r.ud ftjjht his MS3T. I 1 i ty ih-v- s 11 ;t mmm s. sr 11 nci-cso- f fin i. l'l7; would do business that nay , but thuy did it Hundreds of nud millions of dollars passed Into our hands, but thero wo were, tho four of us, with tho ll.iuk of England paying out its money to 0110 of us on the demand of tlio other." STANFOKU, KV, When they were cmsiug their work and getting ready to lly tlky made 11 mistake in Olficeon lmaiter stieet, in room recently va; an ttr to mil business inquiry cated by Or W. II I'limi) followed und they were detected; tho money by the bank mysteriously not l and has not et lieeu tniceil. One storv Is that their Icjal ndvlser got uwny with it, ami auotbui that :XW,t)0 of it it secteted lu Now Yoik. They were sonteueed to Imprisonment for life, und Austin 513 4th St., Louisville. then away on his wedding tout', wini 'lhc filuon orihr d.y nnesteil liy cublegruui oritur nntl sontuncetl the Cent' Furnish, witbtliutu. Oeoige indsts that his presence ingli'le will .ilw.iv be found in my More. 1 am wus 11 mere accident, ajjent tor tho with them in Siujm Laundry, the ' of tho crime. bel Lmndry in iht. norld and that ho hud 110 As told in tlio iwiiers nt the tftue, the money ed Institutions of Kiighiud niailo coin feivcxy, &cd and gale Stable, mon ctittM' iiniust tne accused, and the Rothschilds said Oeoigo vius tho cl?veret liauk fraud 011 unrth iiinl ought noser to be He sorted fourteen yeupsiintt live rclKiM.il uioiiihti, and in tlio Dirtmnor prison was uti nispinintuuco of the noted Arthur Orton, who claimed to le Hner Tiehborna lly the ticket-o- f lent e system Mr. ihilwoll will a flt-- man its long its be conducts bint self pioperlj. At East Hartford, his old Ikiiiio, be was warmly welcomed, und has ro W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. ecised nil proper encouragement to bogiu loNros. R , life anovv mid rightly. Ood turnout and tidille horc$ alway for hire on reasonable terms Loudon It the inut convenSARAH JANE WHITCLING. ient point on the ra Ir ad t rcifh place in the in the mountain nertion of the htate 10 s.lio Has Heoii found (lullty of Sliuxl.'r. Will she lie Ilaiik-nl-? HUYEK8' GUIDE is March and Sept., was nil Impressive scoiihIii Plulndelph.n. It year. It is an the other day, wht-t- t n jury hroiigc in u of useful for all who scntict In the case of Mrs. Sarah Jane the luxuries or the Wliitel ng, win poisonrd her b.isoati'l nud of life. We Tho summing up by the can clothe you and two children furnish you with attorneys had lieoii very dntmntfi'. Tne nil tho necessary and unnecessary thou-satli- tint any Institution witlt utter stniugcrs ii Silts PALI IM- - Staiifor', Ky HWS, A. S. PH.ICS, SURGEON BENTIST, Inilori-eiueut- WOOD WALLACE, THE GERTS' FURNISHER, 111 Did-wel- - ii OTBO f; 1 v-- l fi" aS wxy k m district attorney givo a picture of the ci-ogentlemen the murder "I upival to of tho Jurv , ' s iid Mr 1'ax.fOii, counsel for the "as you lovo uud venerate tlieclmracterof wo man; by that spirit of holy reverence that surround your recollection oi mother, sister or duughter; by nil the holiest, purest and sweetest ties of ur pool fallen na ..... 1... 1V.1 f... ,Ier ,l'8ar1 for t'"' --sivwiff7'l n.fff-ffj; ''N$P&lfi$vm fering of woniaii ' which is today ths MRS WU1TELINQ d 1st I llgU h lllg mark or Christian civilization, to npproaeJi this awful question with tenderness, mercy and fenr. As you liojie that tho great Judge of nil. lu your list extremity, will heed y our plea for mercy, tender iu this hour yjur duty to this oor creature, hU child, your sister nnd mine, in tho great brotherhood of God's lovo, for with what measure you mete it shnll bo measured to you again." At twenty minutes to 1 o'clock tho jury filed out of the court room to decide tliwu a question of lifo ami death of it tinman being, and that human being r woman. The judge ordered n recess till 5. Tlio 1'pcctntors wero'thorofuro obliged to go oitJiU The woman, whose ftito w as in the hinds of tho twelve men deliberating in another ro 11, sat . in her place, her cv es swollen with At times she would burst into toar; ut other pru-oir- r, ' appliances to ride, walk, danco, sleep, eat, lloh, hunt, work, go to church, or stay at home, and in various sizes, stylos and quantities. Just figure out what is required to do all thoso things COMFORTABLY, and you can make a of the value of tho BUYERS GUIDE, which will be sent upon receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 4 111-11- Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. M M T. 1 1 j J. T. STJTTOIT & CO., HUSTONVILLE. KY. Are null in (lie tiiiiinrsa ami rc.idy to do any SVe have n full thing In the CnilertsMng hn jtoci of Canes and Caskets of .ill kind and Kobe of every dccripticn. Our hearse, which is nearly nrw can be obtained mi short notice. Mr. J. II Green I1.1 charge of our business and s ill show our goods to any one needing aujthmj; in our Ine. dj-tNCE THE-FLORE- f WASHING MACHINE I have bought the right to ell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish v if h to ave their clothe from the rubbing and tearing incident to the old process of vvaihing. .Take one and try it and br convinced. I'll not worry ynu about buying unless ) on are fully .itilted a. to it merlu. The undersignfil have purchased the Klsrence Washing iiut.iiiiie uud .iL-- r a thorough trial, we take pleasure in adding our testimony to its worth, and without hesitation pronounce it a success in overy pnrni ular, doing ill thai is claimed for it: Win Uaughc-riy-, J W. Wallace. i)r, llourne, Sirs S P Salter, A. C. bine, Hill Perkins, Lewis Uinlrtersr, J. I.. Lynn, L. L Dawson, C. Vanoy, Mr APiauda l'eak, fleorse Peytuii, Alex Ilolti-claC. C Fields, Al'ucii Camden, Sun Koines, K. K. Harrow, SI. I'eland and many mhers alt who may wf4 times she would seem to bo pray lug. At .".o'clock tho door were thrown open and the crowd rushed In. Tho prisoner started nud looked about her nervously. Tho judre cam. from his private room and took bis se.it with judicial solemnity. It was near the shorteot day ot tlio year the break December, 11.nl the gns lights wore bu ruing in tho court room. In n fen-- minutes the door swung open and tho jury wore led to tho jury Iwx. Tho attortieys toot thelp Ante; tho prisoner entered the prisoners pen, uud thou followed for a low momenta t:un vest ill ufss, tlint suspense vrlilc'.i follow tlio umioiiuoeiueiu of u uecisiOu batrvreeu lifo Headqiuiiers at S. SI.F. S Myers' store. KLK.IN. 1 11 and death. iSoiibner's Magazine ;l Mai-.iiu- - 1 o-- rd 1 J of-Je- FOlt 1S8Q Then cuuia this calling 0f the roll, tic ris' ing of t.ie twelvo 111 thoir pluetu, the lnjitnc Hon of tlv judge: "Jttrori, loVs u;Mn the The iiublikhLrs of St rllmer s aim to prisoner; prio:wr, Iock u;joii the Jurors, .pid make it tlio most pupiil.ir and enterprising et tieri-odtcals, while at all nines preserving II high liter tho qti.'.tioti: How aay you, Mr. Foreman, ary chniacter hav-new been do you find t bo prisoner at too b.:v, ail ' drawn to it duringj,ooi. pat sis readers by the In- the months Jattu Wtiiielmg, 111 the manner utxl formiss creased excellence of u contpiu notably the Kullvvny articles' and It ilo-eiti voenqol jenr sho stands Indicted, guilty op not guilty 1 with anew impituf anJ an to coma IIIUMraib iikwil show i'limi. nssiitx'd Mticeess. nolh--heI Uudur tlie nwfitl dtfuiton that i.ew effects and from tlieir Iqis v!w vvoina:i boat Sho 'owed jug to make .crihiKr' Jlaaaimr attractive and her fnco with her handkerchief, nud thus intocsluifi will he ncjlcUi'd. J HI! KAlLUtlAl) AKJICL1.S vill be con waiasi for the woitU of tlio jury. , tinned bv several yury sinking papers, one espe"We (tad hoi' guilty." cially itilerestiiig a- - l'x- - I'muniaitarOoiital I'lios rvsW' II- The initially fop murder in Pennsylvania 1i 1 L. James 0,1 "Tlie Rallwav J'oslil hanging, but thero nro many who ilo not be- Idstraied Mr KOIICR1 LOUIS STRVRNSON'S serial lieve Mix. Whittling wilt bo banged. will-- run Ihio r.ovol, "Ihc M isti-- r of llallmtrae, 1 s .3 ii f e I I -- jr. I I I nt i;.-.i- tuf-feit- h-- .a it 1 dotci-mine- - t- -rj 1 1 ti'rtlU. " Bond for a Samlo Copy. I'rico SI a Yonr, or 0 months for C5 conts. Tho cut In title nrtlclo nro redraws from cuu uhliUicd by Tho t smopolitai:. The A lifty-six Scml-Wcck- ly Com-mcrei- nl Tito Cr.sner.i C.:cg'.;t Gazette, column paper,-pitlilitlii-- d every Tuci- - ' r 1 fw itny and Krldn),nnd (.untnins the gencrul news ut i;n.M'U TO CAn.vo. home and nhro.til. Prlco $2.40 a yonr, or 0 months Baraplo ooptos froo. 'the prciiiiunii offiTcil heim Weekly Gaictie $1 25, with tliu Wtikly. ami art uluahli Addre Till! COMMKJICIAI. OAaKTIK CO.," Cincinnati. Ohm, voum is idled with an cn?,et' but FtraiiRuly sllcuc tliroiiK, rotuo uitnle iy pronieimtbsiR arouad, othen looking on at Uo plsj uw, bus tie lunjurlsyaru playing. Tiwro it any tall.lL,;. l.vou tho inipif.i 0 women of tl.o .ju'.'j, i.2 lioin llseiv .uj tfimiy in the cli.Uier.r'', r.: tl every. r. ri.;:, ;v1kg i.i frontfllletl with Mippressed room Is oofy in beci-col- MuiMr IUlstimI), Pioldciii. Kichaiiii Smrlt. Nloiiua of tho Ttvit lwom la the , ro of tho crcupltr monotouously t unrnlns:: "Messieurs ct lues. ,1 ii s tu jettr." Doriilo stipprcse(l Almost tho only nolo that dls-;.- li l' Ireland, a tn up'.o of we:Ls 030, and after purloining otorytiilnj; l.e ,'' tiki lluil ho prepaivd camera that to renittt 0 r. Im'go plictog.f-pl.tvat standing on u tuble. In somo way ho totrl ctl olV a tuaiicsiuui ttasli light attachment that was pat t of tLo uiucbiiie, and ilotl precipitately uhen tho thing llnred up. The nest day it was found timt tho onmcra lmd taken tho photogrcph of tiio Ltuglar. Tho iiegntUo was piactsl in tho hands of tho police, nud by Its utd they quickly liabbod tholr ninu. It showed tho burglar with u jimmy In ono baud uiu! u box containing jowolry nudcr bis nrm, while he carried n sack over his chouldcr with valuablo pieces of ploto, books, etc.', and tin gazing at the Hash light in open mouthed amazement. o Abuvjier'cntirroila ' ous.8 ut nii. iiitioccut. G' orgo rnd Austin Didwoll belong to one of Uo oldest r.ud best Now Etig- Jvei' ,ii tlio May. llower. aud ono of .., . V.ratcrford, .sfrtmlPtitiUmK rland families; tho rv? iTOifBaaWP5'S Urst Bitlwclls cmuo Jr-sjSfewWb- s AtllM t jjJJi v !"&?'' K.fi O3OU0E BIDWKLU ford. For over two bu. Jied j curs tlio fant-ll- y 'maintained its hi.,, charaxtj:' and somo twenty years ago tha new man was a trusted bank employe nt East Ho became Invoked through Hartford. gambling and dissipatL.., and thus fell into crimo. Doiug unusual y skillful in bank frauds, ho becamo more onfldent, nnd, with thrco others, formed tho bold design of defrauding tho Uauk of 'I came," bo says, "to the conclusion that ticket-of-leavo them. Jchti u i was a partner In bulking the first ,;rls5 mill lit 'Halt- - the greater part ef the vctir. llegim in November A COKKFAl'ONDR.NCL and coKeclion of So Tlietf, Now! manuscript meiuolrsrolntiug to J. K Slillelnnd u f modor.i group of HtliMil I'AINTEKfc. wtllfur-nls- li . o Mi-Tho cm.cuuccir.ents in tho thi'Suliststice ef several articles Illustrated. latest story, "My '1 hii brief Hid papers riticn list vtnirby Kebert amllo Touguo," bavo elicitiol tho loljovviug I.oi'is Stevclison will be replaced by equally Ljdy cntttriluitioiis by dluereit famous totter from her to Mr. Collier, tlio prupileUr thors Air. 'I llamas flniley Aldrlch ill write authe of Oacu a Wok, lu wh.cb ttie story ii to bo first of them for the Jauuarv number published: Sianv ssriiaMe I.I'IKKARV ARTICLKS will appear .1 paper on Walter Sqotts Mtjihods ot Castlis IIIll, CoaUA-- i, AlhemarlA Co , Va., I from uriulnal SLSS., u second Work. otb :uveuibur, lUSl f "Shell il Old Hooks, ' by M rs Jaint T, Fields, 51 v Dear Sla. Colucp. I urn very much that the ti.!rs have attributotl to und tirniv ilii'r articlus eiiuall) noteworthy, "Sly Iaidy Timsue" 1110 sentlnieoti. rejjardlig Arncius ot. AK'l SL'HJEf'TS will be a feature which I liavo not only never gtrcJ uttorxico to, Papers nre tirranjed tn appear by Clarence. Cook, K II, tUnsblivId, Aus'.iu Uobsun, and many others but have never felt, Judith is ono of my favorite characters, a girl in the HsltlNG AUllCLRs., d rScribing v. ho, v, ith all her f suits is, tu you tuy, a girl aft r San,orl( yln. swlh best lisiong my own heart. and Tarpln tire the subjects now arnhiish II Tlio stop' of ray saylasr ijiat f he was a "shrew" ranged lh. mtharx nrv well kinJuii' sportaiueii. and altogether aa uniutei Jstlng person Isas absolllustruic lutely fttlso as that I v- -r what do they call ILI.l'hl R 1 KO Alt! ICLF of great variety, them "digitated boots," tlo my hair under tny toiichn. upon all manner of ubjesis, travel, lUscripiion, etc, will appear, btt not of chiti, and appear at tluMtrej lu largo hats ornaIllustrated. mented with lilnu plutuiss. Really, if it vtero not tliccoiiveiliiiin.il commonplace insort. list of scienAmong the most interesting the all so idiotic, oue mlkt bu tempted to get lu tific papers for the year will be a remarkable ardignaat. ticle by Prof, John Irniv bridge upon the most reL ser' see any Lew Drapers, end never cent developments a.id iu.es ot I'HON'OtiRA ' in regard to P11V. Hlustr-te- d tako auy notleo of theb .' A class rt ariicb's which have proved of special myself, but iu tills li.su.- j ( will Ut much Indebted tu you If you v i'I tlcuy this ridiculous Interest will be lotilinued by a group of papers I V in its charge ca tiry authority, ilelluvu me, yours very upon by eminent. iiithorlnes; mot recent apphca; lions, a remarkable paper sincerely, Itivxs. Aumc on DF.KP SIININO and other interesting papers. Unique illustrations A Sl'KCI Al OFFER tn cover tan year's numNot Doing Jlcr Only. bers, which include all Ihu KAILSvAV ARTI"Absalom,"fcuid Mrs. Ilambo, iislicrcrratin CLES, us follows: husband came home la'o at uight ugaiu, A year's siihfcripticn 1B.V nnd the numbers for 1883 f( 50 ''what a terrlblo, terr,.le exampla you nro setting tho children." "LN'onshy," ho cx A jevr's subscription ii!So. and the numbers bcrs for l3fi?, biund in cloth, ...... ..,,... 600 claimed In a ton of stem rebuke, " T j;ou don't keep th' children out o' tho reach of iny $3 n Your; 25o n Numbar. gxamplo when I cotno thislt svuy all fliic) CHARLES fjCKIIINKR'st SONS, tired out, you're not doing your duty to 'em nan mother, Nntisby thassall!" Exchange. 737s irrondway, Jicw ork. ss ib-cKivoa-Obuuler- 's lllui-tinted n .ip-saI rai-Ql- ASHtfitf. sMk. 'Isi i Sfr- - ft f' :sv' P fc .fc liW'& r S- ' I'A I W Mi r ' h. u I" I 1 .4 L Li ft IA to improve (?) our native blood? Since Fee and went to Berea College, his only tho importation of Diomede, tho famous possession being his clothing and an ax, ern, nt Lexington and innde his escape. old Derby winner, Priam, another, and with which he paid his tuition and board Tho Chesapcako. A Ohio bridgo the condemned and exited Oloncoc, Begining in the lowest classes, by hard Stanfoud, Kv , December 14, 1888 across tho Ohio ut Cincinnati is nearing Trustee, Yorkshire, Bonnie Scotland, work and faithful application to books completion and will be ready for use by Phu'ton, Olcndg and Leamington, whoso durini! seven years, hu acoulrcd all ho prizu possesses of an education, which has son, Iroquois, bore ou tnu . Jan. 1st. W. V. WALTON, Hi- - the xilosio:i of meal dust in a of Kngland; with numerous of the host been much improved by several years of in his native county of ChliaiKo distillery, four persons were England's mares, w e cm produce and teaching school Lincoln. In tho meantime he studied - develop stouter horses of higher speed killed and many wounded. The buildand greater endurance than the lighter law nnd is now practicing nt the ' homo l"i-- was damaged SloO.OOO's worth. ' .. ... horses of far less stamina, that are now bar, and so far as wo know he has the in Mercer county, West Wk do not assert that marring s a 700 persons have been indicted by tho tho type of Knglish racers. As proof,- coulldcncc and respect of all his neigh-- ' ' bow. failure, far from it, but it has not im - grand jury of tho Federal court for ille but look nt the number of yearlings anMost of his political experience has Bosley's temper. In the gtl voting, including the prosecuting nt Inuallyimpoitod, nndsco how very few proved John been in the interest of equal taxation can win their oats competing with our last issuo of his paper he lets off some of turner, who has two against him. and better school advantages for his peoliorsos. The value of impor- ple. Kobert Thuman, who was charged native-brehis bllo at us and actually is mean enough Ho was n Unrlleld elector and held a to suggest that it will take nt least (iOO with stealing Bookmaker Hiley's money- tations of an earlier day should not be more "biles" to purify our fiuine and box from the IMxcnix Hotel, Lexington, overlooked, for these continent strains fitorckccpcrship a few mouths before the give a true Christian spiiitroom to abide was acquitted Tuesday. One of tho wit- made Lexington tho grand approxima- end of the last republican administra there. The cause of his tirade was an nesses tMified that Sterling 11 raves, an tion to equine perfection his descend- tion He was unanimously supported nrticlo in this paper which stated that attorney for the defense, was interested ants prove him to hnvo been. But that by his party for tho position of door ve now have better horses than can be keeper of the last State legislature. Has Wilson was elected in the 10th by tho in the t.ieft, but it is not believed. William Benson, a farm hand, cm- - imported, the racing calendars plainly served on several important rommittees, votes of railroad negroes and white min ...... ..1.1 I. rta...t1 .!!. ... ....... .11.. wunicreu utu ....i. untuu .iiuuncu-Th- e prove, by showing the success of horses and is an of the State Execumu lrtitnl. ers, many OI wuoiii liau no rigui in vuir. I.etty ........1. this plainly enough er and his wife near New Albany, hid., rich in native blood over those without utive Couunitteo. He was a formidable returns show for Gov. Buekner to withhold his cei till- - because they objected to his marrying it. Had the English such horses as candidate for the position of dclcgate-at-largMotteil-HosleyLongfellow, Falsetto and Iroquois at the before the last State convention, cat and we still, notwithstanding Bro'r Sallie Snyder, a sister of 3Irs. original charge, jer, wlio lived with thuin. He was ar- - head of breeding establishments, they and withdrew in the interest of harmoyelp, stick to the rested and placed in the penitentiary to would revolutionize the business of im- ny. Although knifed by sonic of his Mil. C. C. Mckiiie, the lively and al- - sm. him from u mob. portation and would come here for hon white friends in the convention, ho re .. A woman who gave her name as es to improve their own racing bloo 1. I turned to the ranks and gave his party ways interesting reporter for tho hexing-- , un t,.:., m,.l ,.i;m... Xntm.rKnf or! long to see the day when we will have a his usual vigorous support in the recent inir Transcrim. sausiieu iiimseii simply holding until nn oilicer arrived a Xushvillu as her home, and who has grand national event equal or greater ill canvass. His demands are very modest, fellow named Craves, who came to winner than in consideration of the life service he has beon livin in it l)iivly house at importance to the called him a liar and finally at- - rodshun, WIW found Monday on tho the Knglish Derby, where the Derby given his country and party, without any tempted to striko him. This mmM tnic horribly mutilated. It is winners of our various States shall meet reward whatever except a few inonthsas batant, Christan spirit was doubtless ac-- , t10Ugi,t that John Kieeman, who has to prove the best. Then welcome all the storekeeper. quired during Mr. Moore's long service ,,,, keeping company with her, knows world to try conclusions witli us, and We confess that with such a record it as a preacher of tVo gospel, but it is safe nthing of the murder, and has been prove what country brings out the con- - is not surprising that the old clique to assume that the example will be lost am.8ted and his trial set for g qiieror. Mad some American ihiiuip pa should be alarmed nt the danger of on his brethren of the quill. The best tience to await the result and tho means their Hwer and spoils. If we must CHURCH AFFAIRS. treatment for a bully who comes swag- to spare from his quick timed specula- have republicans in olllce, for the good a newspaper oilice is the, gering around NilUitv.omj Mmw at Kid. .nek tions, who would take one of our lord's sake let's have a better class of knock-dowstamp and drag out plan, Sweeney's meeting and the gieat revival horses to Kngland and limit hisser-vic- e men than the old houses and rabid blathand we are sorry to see Dr. Moore at- - am irosrLlgaingt and nice his progeny, ho surely erskites of yore. tempt to improve on it. --There will bo S.nidnv-schoand would meet with gratifying success, and O. W. Hulling, State next chnngo the tide of importation. The W. I). Flack, M. II. (Jivens. Mils. Wihtxky, wife of tho secretary preaching at the Christian church having been best that we produce are good enough to of war, as good as accuses Ingalls of Sunday morning, the church race against the world. Ami the great starting the scandalous stories alxmt completed and ready for occupancy. Chicago has 14 Lutheran churches;! breeding establishments of Kentucky, President Cleveland's bad treatment of I'rotestant Kpiscopal, '.'4 Presbyterian; before many years hence, will he look! nconainted whn n i.t. will cll :it my place on the Sunfoid A PtIat and 28 Congregationalist. ed to for champions to go to every counwith the vindictive creature are apt to I; pile, near 1'W Kiver llndct, on has in addition a number try where the thoroughbred horse has n "' eiivli give credence to the charge. He par friend. And if our stout, sneedy. hard- Dec. 15, 1888, tially denies it in an interview, however, of ""ssions. IxMotn. native blood is preserved, tho will-bdane- -' My entire Hod 01 Tanning Implement, 8 head of seen competitors against it and says Mrs. Whitney evidently lehes' MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. II orei ami Colts, j head of Cattle, 150 nhocltof inn far back as shadows fall, when tho Koddcr, 3 Mack Kay. 11 ShoaM. 500 biuhrli Oat, upon tho prerogiitive of her sex for imaoacn-- t ij barreli of Corn, an Luthtflt Wheat and Stanford munity. But such a creaturu as Ingalls -- 0:d time corn huskings are having a j j'. im.Ul, M0 ,,ave and lnhe.tt I am irunR. into buincn at and am u illini; to tacuhce the abort. is not likely to give her that immuni- big run now. jet others he proud of their tinsel. L. C C WirilKKS. mmm S? Pat Welsh has his gro- (iiltcru Creek, Ky. ty. A woman is about the only Miing A PLEA FOR THE COLORED MAN. lie would light, judging by his cowardly cry store near the depot. -- A number of the public schoolscloM- The Tme to Send White Spoilers to The back down when our Joe Blackburn was i this week, including Mt. Vernon's. preparing to climb his dirty carcass. Rear. James Baker was seriously injured A Adtninittratnr of Allen Gdmore will ell a ITothe Kditor of the Interior Journal., A few years ago the Kentucky State at Pino Hill Tuesday by slate falling up-- . While republican politicians of Ken- lu late roidcnic en Grange was a most powerful organiza- on him while digging coal. tucky are getting on their war paint and 19, 1888, tion ami for a while carried everything .Miss Mary Brown, of the Freedom whetting their knives for tho tight over II, perional proixrly, cnnitmc of Co, Calvea, sling, tho legislature in the bargain. neighborhood, wa.s thrown from a horse in a the new ileal, a new obstacle rises before Hop, lluutenold and Kitilicn I'nrnliurc, K.C. This week what is left of it met in- a Monday and badly injured. ltrm made them in the shape of new and younger The farm of known on da) nf atato good rvidvnce, aero, ith small parlor of tho Fifth Avenue Hotel, tiold anil Bank stocks have increas-- men of advanced ideas and higher char- will be rented on the name d.iy. A. ( T SMIIH, Ailm'f 87 was still left room l,oui8ville, and there I during tho week. Its a bov at Chas. acter than tho old clique, who have hung enough in" it for another organization (.roldun's and a girl at' Win. Bank's, on to their party for the spoils, with no emiallv ns large. Tho faithful few seem- W. If. VlliritTtlt ll'ritfiu ll.lf'b- fmtll ... .!.1 .,1. .!... .. .. ii.hw, ilmMitlnr '. ...i .... I. :.....nncl..,l nhmiM .. . Bimi siiuiib rtj It, ....d v... .. . mir. Colorado und says ho lias taken up a vice rendered their country, formulating plans for a revival of inter- - h (UKsU;jul nnd s ,n n,onR nJ e,y If not old prnattljr belorv mil ell at public wyf mm Umt est in the order, as if they had the high- u a turtBy (lhoot,,ls nt Vrmh Cretk conl wUh U)e t.xm9WW, seIltlments of auction, st ho(H of success. Sitnrday, after killing all the turkeys, Mr. Harrison in regard to men ami .ub- - ON TUESDAY, DEC. 25, Contmlttoe of Aml.v Mason itiul Pete ljuigfoitl ex- - nc 0uiLV .,dds new cjihmj for alarm and On the prcnute at KoUud, Ky., Ti.v Vniin.,,.1 ...... In 1'ittKhiinr to chunked shots; n one hurt! no urrests. terror in the ranks. From tl. ..mi.ii.ltlnnl.iM Acres, Mc'hcuI Assoi:,atlon the colored wing, which composes the My V,u LU"1 settle up the ailnira of the recent cain- ' here Wednesday was not very greater part of the republican party in more or leu, nearly all in and ha iii' 8 paign and to lay out plans for tho future. on it. new fll,l" "uniled, on account of unavoida-Souther- this State, the Hon. U. W. Gentry, our a largeterm nouefurther particular!, addre and I'or Among the latter it was decided that tho' J C KOIIKMKK, Wo detention of a number of the fellow townsman, comes to the froutand Held was the one that ueedwl 87 Gallatin, Icnn - expresses his intention of asking for a wmeroiw calls from pathat it should receive :b,ni "v," recognition of his merit in proportion to it unsparingly. Tho treasurer's report tients. EXECUTOR'S SALE. Hugh Miller, deputy clerk, 'went to, his claims and services to Ids people and was expemled in showed that tho northern part of the county Monday country . This is a step forward ami "legitimate" campaign purposes. t have some parties sign up a deed. One nlainlv indicates that the colored broth- - A Kveiiitnrnf W II llockcr, dei'd, will ll at hit late rcudenic in Stanlord, Ci.aka Hei.i.k, the Cincinnati Kmiuir- - woman refused to sign it until assured er begins to realize his strength, and 't er's fashion correspondent, Hays that In it would be of no benefit to tho intend to bo content longer with ON SATURDAY, DEO. 22, 1888, tony circles it is no longer the thing for erotic party. the sop usually dished out heretofore by I'roinptlv at t o dock, all hi property, real and Murray Boreing, of Nashville, after their white bosses in politics. If pcroonal, ..onMtting of the women to kiss on meeting. The dear' have, we presume, dccidetl that an absence of U:5 years from Mt. Vernon, j try's claims are as well founded as his Homo Place of Eight Acres, f. G. Wine, friends say, ho bids fair to be master of such oscalatory performance is a simple is here visiting relatives. And a James the situation. He is over six feet high, waste of sweetness on the desert air and 'of your place, was hre that in tho future they will bestow their Hix starts to Palestine, Tex., with broad shoulders nnd body in pro- - HOUSE AND LOT, BOTH IN STANFORD, favors only where they will bis most j - A. 1. rish goes to Abiline, Texas, in a portion; his manner of speaking is much The latter On the South ml e of Main Mrcci, oppolew tias. preciated. after tho old slyle of Kentucky orators; site Col Wekh't and known ut he lid IViidlitnn phie ' vunwKUvnm of conviction, w ith wild llmoil Mare, J Milk Cowi, Mouseliolil to About Horses Ji'ixiisu from an article in another And Kitchen Furniture gestures to emphasize every worth T.. Hit Kd.tor interior Journal.) spoilsmen are not gocolumn the white Iekms All umt of $10 and under, caih in enlisted in llie army ami serveu 10 hand; over that uiiiuiinl, a credit of 6 und n excellenc- eSr..Toui. Dee. Ur-ing to have it all their own way this ' from dale. one might truly say the superiority of H u,ow of t,UJ war weforo reaehing his month', with intercut KM. CAKTKK, Kxecutur. time. Tho old black man is going 10 ne maioritv. As soon as mustered out of N 11, All peiMiM kuowine themclve indebtmand recoanition and an olllce, and if tlio American thoroughbred over all oth he took the advice, of John (J. ed to the otate will plcutc come (orvrard and cltle they are not forthcoming there is going ur horsey is not merely an American service as a graiuitsuiou 01 na-- , uoasi, iiiiuiigeu to bo trouble among tho tivb pride, but is clearly tlemonstrated "W. IS.- y comparison, contest and competition. Ax effort is being made in West ginia to changu its name to Kanawha or That the combination of blood possessed ' to transmit tohiadescendAlleghany. Since she only went ."Ml by for Cleveland nnd it is not yet derided ants speetl, power and durability to van- - j whether a democrat or republican is elec- tpiish their competitors, has been shown ted governor, she can name herself Den- by their success ever since they lirst be- DealiT In gan to run. A recent issue of the hive nis if sho wishes. st"k ,10J,1n J Gkx. 1.UA...I, whose term as Interst.ite Stk, Iceo",)' and in '8, ad railroad commissioner is about toexpire.. l that nil ...-- i i.w M.a i... i...... v... PLin,, thut ",lv wo Bac, the '2 and "Pwards, , i. .. w...a I. i.f no .U .:. . l.V....V .v n.l rl, t..r,n .j ,......!... O ...l.tl.. . S000 llluI have one .. U..V II III IH'l IIICII1 tIIIIUilIUI At.. for six years the republican Semite, wil or more crosses of the Icxiugtoii or Bos- FLUE TILINff, WON WSIiL, IRON, FAEttlND UPLmiS, CUIE3, find soino excuse not to confirm him. ton blood. The total amount won by The House has passed tho direct tax the wliolu number foots up S7ll",l.)8.o0, STOVES, &( refunding bill which will tako $20,000,000 of which amount the "i.'I won $72;J,718,50, ... t... lHmii( lit f til ttrn. leaving only $4:i,:i78 to the others. Then If iu rt Do ll()t tl'V JUiythillt nri..tv nnd iw im.,..lad to see our retire. are statistics for '88. Nor is this year an' The Oliver P1()V IS rttill ill the luild. Ullll your ()WI1 UX)Criunci! tell exception, for in '87 t.'t '2 nntl sentative, Oov. McCreary, voted ag.iinst ni)W, wllOll yOllT neighbor won a toUU of 5(108,4.W; of the I.') :t7 had it. you it . llllS HO CCIlUll. .. .1 . .. from OIIH" to litnn rmssiw nf .iviiu,tnii . " . t . i j? .. i. i v H ,,, CONDENSED. aim uiose iiniieipaui- i- nuusu-Kuu- p," Mill v "I'll iMI't- -l Anil to NEWS , . .r 1 al " ""JVVItl blood, Li vvnzona vook oiovcs ano H anil oxiinniie tnu HUT: tho n.tinwnt.t. Senator 31. C. IJutler, of South Caro- JfiivinKOiily$M)l13.to in use. ue how many are now Tuesday without op- tives of all other strains. The '2 nnil !!; lina, was s of 'S7 and 'RS, who have each ' Tho Jiollc City Cutting Box is fully warranted to give snt- position. .. John It. King and his family of 8 n. tf . AV miiiiuur tu., uinjwuuriiiuri', .......l... 1fV ll ui iSIIlCtiOU 1111(1 llllS less machinery than any box on the persons were burned in their house near ineso navinj; i.exinKtou anu Jioston market and is as low as any. If you want a Corn Shell- ,...,..... .....1 I....... ....... cl inn irtf f. Cookville, Texas. ..: er. don't pass the Hocking V alley bhellcr. Hon. John 31. Ulover, of .Missouri, t...ii n.i,,.,- has been made chairman of the House $i:i:i,.m And further, the time test! To all J extend my thanks for your patronage and ask you Committee on 1'rivato Land Claims. shows from '2'.l tables of fastest time on to give me tho same or the- coming year. Charles A. Kllison and his brother's record, from J to t miles, '20 have been HIGG-INS- . wife, Mrs. Ullie 3Itiy Kllison, were made by representativfcs of Lexington by jpis in a Halthnoio hotel, where and blooil. With such facts as V. B. QKinnuy and Frank uKinney, salesmen. they had registered as man ntid wife. these, why import the jess valuably horse Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Tot .McN'amara fatally cut conductor J. 11. Bain, of the Cinclnnnti South- IN THE LEAD, WITH- AS USUAL, ( IDOUBIiX 1TTJMBEH. j Mi-kuim- , - - HOLIDAY PRESENTS. If you want ji d f . . I I En n fit Si tot Waifili i, e 's m,m...V ikfflnNflR j Silverware, Or anything else in the .Jewelry line, nvl ls , Ihir-oflic- e, non-com- -' Penny's Is The Place To buy it. He is always ahead in stock and in prices. Also a hwe to-da- lot-in- tlrst-cla- ss n, Handsome stock of Holiday Books, Dressing- Cases - i ol Kxec-C0111- .5 , PICBjLKC I SAUDo I.jn-cutte- Novelties of nil kinds. A better stock at Lower Price than ever before. Call and sec them. t,n. '-!, A. R PENNY. r ! Saturday, e X fffrr - 'SALE AND RENTING i .- -. j I TTD WALTON "Will open Tomorrow, Wednesday, Ilcc. 311 - e - 1 iu,l..,1,.u..,.ll,.,u.,..v. 1 FI2TE 7AHM. 1 - , SATURDAY, DEC. 15, '88, A SPLENDID STOCK - ollice-seeker- s' "f Farm of ioo blnc-;ra n SS'-'.O- OF 1 ; tleino-jikm- j lien-creatur- Stick and Fancy Candies, . to-da- 11 Candy Toys, Nuts, Fruits, Cakes,&c. All of which are 4 The . . Fresh and good as can be found elsewhere. Good many other things s. Vir-ib- - SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. MO L.,,.. J" 11 "S.f -- j -- )- -, Hardware, Groceries, Queensware, Salt, Lime, Cement, j " '"?.: I J. T- - ZHZ-AJRIRIiS., I ? -- "Will bo found on- - lumso-Keepoi'- iew 1 1 T . 1 year-old- n .... Lancaster Street, -- - A- - Stanford, Ky., A. WITH 1 .i,.i.,, -- w. sullb-eate- d Mo-jto- - W. H. Full lineiof Groceries, CDnfectioneries, And Christmas Trickt) and everything good to eat. Will sell very cheap. i' . - , ii i ; i -- s r .rji J lptvttfjt1$r&-UA ' r? '" "' WWWTT1 .Wj "A rJ "" fl-- Zf$Qmftr?f?trv &? ' " " ' npt1wUyjifjWBllWWnlte,wiw"y' tvj-- " - 7 ; iny' ,.- - L J 1 k. month with bronchitis and lln- - will be made at our next court. Livo ally died iu a Bpiifliii. They took the re ' ntock or property, of any character may Canmk.1, Orange mid Nuts at Mutrulf niuina to Chicago (Mr. O'Uryan'u for- be liHted with Iiubblo & West by the A Fobtor'H. ur homo) for Interment. Much nym- - 20th IiihU They already have a number Stanfohd, Ky Dkci.miikk 14. 1888 A Mg.si:xm:ii from .Mr. John IIiukIi pathy 1h felt for the youiiK couple in of homes, etc., ready for tho flint sale, iiiuh'h bcdnldo hhvk tlio family think he their terrible bereavement. This enterprise should be encouraged. Of Ilright'ri jliwaxu and rheumatism, As yet we have heard nothincof B.O.WALTON, uuB. Manai;or will not live through tlio tillit. after several weeks' illnes, any movement toward having n ChristNotiii.su moro durable or handsome Mil. JOHN Vni'KCl MVKKS mas tree or anything of the kind by nny P ubllehod Every Tuesday nd Friday torn Chrintinas pifxeiitthuiiiinieuuloiik. breathed his last at 1:15 yesterday. He of the churches here. This is well. It (.Jo to Owaluy A Cran,''M ami buy one at AT was born In this county Oct. '11, IK'.Mund has been claimed, however, that by havcost. with the exception of four 'years spent ing these entertainments at tho church Pkknii lot of cantlleH, both Krencli ami for tho Lost Cause, has always lived the poor children receive something, MTWbcn not to paid $3.50 will be clufi;ed,"0 TIIK- stick, nut, lip), MnlnKft Krnpea, oninKUB, here. A member of C'dnt. Skunks' com when otherwise they would get nothing appk'M, raiHins nnd cocoanuta just rceiv pauy, he was with Morgan iu Ills dating Put wo have noticed that the prebents K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ed at Zimmer'H. campaigns and made an excellent and usually put on the treo for poor children Train tmtrt Hnwlanil t 7 o a m murnln; gallant soldier. lie was captured witli a aio almost valueless and unworthy tho Thy our extra clean Jellieo nut coal large Hi 6 p. m portion of his command and spent name of gift; and when the costly giftH for cooklngHtovcs; not only cheaper, but many months in Camp Douglas as upris for tho more fortunate pass before tho superior to lump for such purposes. (5co. oner of war, sullering many hardships. eyes of the poor their little minds work L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. I). Wearen, iimiinger. Iteturning homo after tho war, he went by comparison, and the charity gifts that In .. Mall train gome North i )t pro Stanford; don't fail to maku ns u visit before you make into business, but was unfortunate and were intended to produce emotions of ' South i jiprn Mn. J. II. II ii.ro.s- has bought out Ids Ksprcts train " South . lS7Pn partner, K. It. Davis, at Kowlaml, ami died without much estate. During Pro. pleasure are made the means of inflictyour purchases. We have ' " Noilh J Freight Xotlh 6jom will run the business iu his own name H.irnes' long meeting here a number of ing n wound too painful for any heart to L1 South years ago, ho confessed his Savior and endure and too cruel to be imposed The latter traini alo carry passengers. hcrvafter with Mr. Davis as clerk. The above ItcalcuUted on tlaniliril limt. Solar any child of charity. Hut the poor attached himself to the Presbyterian time I' about to minulei fatter. Him. Dmimi: nill tell you all about the church. If he was conscious of his ap- should be lenicinbered. Then let each ".Man of Simp" at the Christian church proaching end, he gave no sign of it, but church appoint a committee to solicit MEANS BUSINESS. Tuesday night next for tint small admis- lay for the most p irt in a sort of stupor. aid from the citizens generally and let rej.wUrel and sion feu of "." cents. A packed audience Watcijks and He was a Mason ami a man of high prin- the funds be placed in the hands of a warranted. A. It. Penny. You will find .lint might to gieet him. ciples and courage. After a short dis- purchasing committee composed of two For all, old, young, great and .small. TiiKbvst jdaeu to buy drugs, patent co me at the Myers House Saturday members of each church, whose duty our display of Ladies' and GenK' medicines and toilet articles is itt A. H. Tin: Mvond snow of the season and the morning at 10 o'clock, by Itev. Pen shall be to buy presents and send to the Penny's. llrst of consequence fell Wednesday afHoy your school books, ink, tablets. Helm, the remains will be taken to Lan- - homes of the poor, there to be jnit into (lencils and school siipdies of all ternoon. About an inch fell and yestei-dacaster for interment, arriving at about their stockings by Santa Clans in the looked decidedly wiuterish without :lnds from A. it. Penny. 12 M. good old fashioned way. Christmas trees I guarantee all watcht" ""''. every ar- feeling particularly so. or other things that operate to abolish m ticle of jewelry I sell to be Jiihtas reprt-FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. the stocking and the indescribable pleas-fa- t I,mik at Tin. We will sell all of our nted. A. It. Penny. J. K. IlrucesoM a car load cloaks fiotn now 011 at cost $27.50 cloak tire of preparing it, and the sweet, SILVERWARE, If. ... 111 ..1....Ihogs at cents. PERSONAL POINTS. 1'! ll .,!,.,. 1, (,.- - illl. dreamy, heavenly childish expectancy of Foil Sai.k 22 yearling mules at $8T. "the night before Christinas," is an innoMas. I.ai m Moroon:in is back from fT.oO; Sdclotk for H.'St. Now is your vation introduced by an old Nick, and Is unusually large and the latest styles and Novelties. Antl golden opportunity to buy. Owsley ft F. M. Yowell, Hus'tonville. Pineville. K. T. Pence sold to I). X. Prewitt 10 should be fiowued upon by all who love Craig. we are Mit. M. C. l'oittii n Is attending court hi ad of scrub cattle at ;t cents. children ami dwell in hope. To peep at Liberty. llritT. IS. T. .Mattinglv, K. P. Woods sold to Pen Kobimon a out from the bed in the morning; to Mks. FhkiiStom: is visiting relatives, at Itowlaml, missed bis aim the other lot of cows and heifers at 2 to cts. scamper to the hearth looking at the day and struck his hand, tearing theskin in Rockcastle. IOst, S riuvKK 011 Sroi.nv. P.iy mare great chimney and thinking of its mys hlsdaugh-ter- , oirhis knuckles and mashing his lingers Hov. J. S.Owsi.kv is visiting :i years old next spring; If hands high, teries of tlio night just passed; to look Mrs. W. It. Mauler, at .Nashville w he will be unable to work for somewith foretop clipped. S. II. Shanks. up at the stiillcd stocking, wonderful iu MitK. .Sims has gone to lniisvlllu to see time. Foil ItKNT. IU! acres of land: a eood capacity and lied with untold good For Writing Desks, Tablets and Portfolios, Plush Brush her mother, Mrs. Jones, who is very ill. AAK0X(iivi:.N,an L. N. brakeman, I0(IH0 ami mtbuilding; large orchard and Comb Sets, Shaving Sets, Photograph Albums, tilings tlie lop ol one expanded by a Ml l JlMN AM) M.UiCIIK HllllANAN, caught his hand between tw odraw heads f,inii ..innti..,.,,,!! fruit, i: T r..irnluH pack of firecrackers, and peeping from of Cnd) Orchard, are visiting Mrs. A. A . while coupling cars ami had it cut com Manicure- Sets in Plush and Leather. 4 another the head of a great doll with McKinnuy. pletly oir ednesday evening. He was H. K. Itogers shipped to Uuisville golden hair and blue eyes that open and .Miss Maim. it: Tick i:n,nfCrnl) Orchard' and Xmas Cards can not be imiKi...... a iuiuiikh wfiK.ii l.wt week foiir of hoys. j.s in close at vour bidding these sinmle Our line of Whisk-Holde- rs is visiting her sister, Miss Mamie Tuck-it- , smtherneiid. number, which he sold at $").i:tj. things give the children more peaceful beat. Our house is the only Doll Kmporiuin ' at the College. ' joy than the grandest gift that eer hung It - r...w..n.d t'lmt .1. T.IInniliRii.Caii. Oeorgetewii Times. Mil ami Mic. J. Oukviikim, f New in this part of the country, from A dispatch from Paris says thotGeo. upon anv tree away from home. Christ York, after a very pleasant visit to old oral Manager of the Ixiulsville Jc Nash Pecker, a Cincinnati eattle buyer, has ma celebrated thus brings joy to all five cents up. to take the ville Itailro.nl, has I lends hero, leave for home ,..,i,.i,;.i u,.,.,.r.,i ,.!i;..w ii...r.. To the little ones it is the happiestinorn ..;.....! '.i-t il Ueneral Managerof 'inK of the year, to tho parents whoso Mil. S. II. IUu.lims took to Jxing- - I)sition mm iom,ouo. hearts are not steel or stone, there comes "We have a large stock of Doll Buggies and the best Toy tonyesteniay two pnnnislng yearlings j the I Jtke .Shore k Michigan Southern, lor . 1. iiiKer iiougnt 01 u. 1. uur- - n joy that is a deal above the common com - an.: that Stipt. Metcalfe N to miccetsl hv St. Martin, to be entered in the Wagons in the market. ry<uc, of Ilarrodhburg, one of the pleasures of earth; it brings recollections him. nidation Kile of W. T. Woodward. premium crops of IO,(X)0 pounds of Mer- - of another fireside another and a purer time; as the little figures dart about the Mas. Hot Ki:n gave an elegant reception ItoitKHT Hi.uK,thf popular engineer eer county tobacco, at $7.:17J per ewt. i Opera Hou-- e Block, oppohouse, the room is brightened, and the Ptcinember our headquarters to Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Htsker on their re- - 011 the K I'., who was m badly hurt in With an abundant supply, cattle are light is not of the fire nor of the sun. A site court-hous- e. tin n from their bridal tour, which folli4Ton nt l.iri two months ago, has a shade lower in Cincinnati, prices run- home without n Christmas stocking, ' ifeattily enjoyed by 2ft or 'M guests. ,js wounds, but the blow ning from J to ,,,t.ovm.(l fn 4; hogs are also lower when obtainable, is a home without re Mil II. X. Wtm: and family left tor 011 his head has dethroned his reason and are quoted at 4J to o.ItO; sheep are ligion.and the parent who would dis)cnsc with it deserves to Have a "t linstmas their new home in Washington county and he hit htfii placetl in the Lexington weak at 2 to I; stoekers 2t toltj. tree" hung about his neck anil be cast They 1m esodlont people asylum. yecterday. J. K. Pruce found one of his large into tho sea. If God's angels ever come and thoir friends regift to have them hogs shot the other morning and it died into the homes of mortals now. it is on Tin: Hon. Fontaine Fox ISohhitt asks Christmas morning when the stockings leave us. will seak at shortly afterwards. He thinks n misera- are full. has letuined from us to announce that he John W. Yiiiikim night, loth, on ble thief did it, hut the animal being tiiim Sulphur his trip South much pleated with the politics and at the same place Sunday able to run, he could not catch it. NKW AIIVKKTISKMKNTS. Southern country and dulightcd with his More than 1,200 turfmen attended Mexico. Danville morning "on whether the tlevil has any cruise on theiiulfof powur to kill, cripple, Ac., unless it be the combination horse sale at Ix'xiugton Atlvwate. Tuesday, when US animals belonging to giMin him by Hod." Mn. John it 11 mm in was worse yes the Melbourne stables brought an averThat aro terday ami his family me of the opinion S.IMK1Sli f ndvertWng mediums, this age of $l,iii:i. Sixteen other horses w vie I am ioIc Agent in Lincoln Count)' for the Na Unit he can laM but a short time. A goou ' w,)!lt tt)M, ,.t(.r.risii)g Danville mer- - sold, taking the aggregate up to $72,150. tioual (iiirmcnt Cutler, which wai kpolen to highcltizen antl an indulgent father and hu ly of hy ro llarne in the Interior Journal. chant". Mers. Robertson & Kiuuairdi The Lioness was bought by MeClellan 1'rii.e, with full instrtKtion5,$3. band, he will go to his lewartl full of say: "We llml that money spent for Mp. MAR'S II PATTEN, Poehe, of St. Louis, for $10,100 and Gal- honorable as '"ails." in the Kti:i:iou v,rau iinnara, nv years and with a iccordas is well hfet, by McCoy, of South (. arohua, for f any man's. Jn vested, as we never fail of a response $::,5xv had from your liberal Mn. A.Mi Mas 0. T. .McItoui:iiT HOUSE, Sullivan Got Away With Smith and the Girl. all tlp'ir children with hem Wednesday As Mrs. M. D. Fluioie was closing the LIBERTY, KY., llrst time for years. Mi. night, for the Dec. PI. (Juite a senGcm Si and Mrs. Joshua Dunn, Pryantsville: front shutters of her house Wednesday sation was cieated in our little town yes- F. W. WARRINNER,PROP'R. o'clock she saw a man Mr, and Mrs. .lame Henderson, Low night about . terday when it was made known that ell;' Mrs. Hettie Ftith, Prodhead; Pen come out of the Methodist churchyard Miss I.elia pRtucisco, runhave . . aceompanled by nuijlt in Icatetlthe abocinHotel antl intend Spcclasi)l' t ery particular. Moitnliert. Indiana and (ieorgoT. M- i- wltli a wheelbarrow, investigation next Miss Mollie Talbott and Jack Fisli had ii.ll i urt tocouimt:ri.iai men. ion morning showed that some saercligious Pobcrts, of this county. left in the night for Jellieo. They were thief had become frightened at the snow joined at Woodbine by Mr. Marion SulCITY AND VICINITY. storm and invaded the sacred precincts HICK livan, who on arriving at Jellieo was THE of the church's coal bin. united iu marriage to .Miss Lelia. The Hkiii W. II. Prady's "a.l." Will open amn Tin: impression lias goneout that Win- party returned to Gum Sulphur on the S..S,5Iyor. 11ml nftiip ritiw.i Kbmmi oyntiTJ 4M1, 1889. ' chester is lighted with electricity fur- tltut tritti ...... ....... .... vim. iAiifiit it. On .....h...... . . - . Standard Books, Dickens', Thackery's. Scott's and nished by a "00 dynamo attached to a latious from their fiiemls, Mr. Sullivan 20 els. a dr.. M .'s. S. Myers. Pan Wilin Excellent Editions and mill engine. The Democrat says it is and wife returned to his home in Many pupiK have nlrenily engaged and the a much better tnan IjiisiiiTiin Finitsof all kintlsatMoicilf Silti:etlior wrong. The company paiil liamsburg. Mr. Page Smith was to have M.hoot Our uorV is thorough,lat term for by lull shown the at is A Foster's. $1,000 for its lot and improvements, ox been married to Miss Lelia on Wednes- tcachrrt uho went out from in latt )car. We shall make a specialty the ensuing term of the Common elusive of the machinery, which cost day evening, but Sullivan hearing of it School antl Teacher' Course hrnce tliovo expect-inDos'r fail to see A. A. Warren's "a.l." $15,000 and embraces two dynamos and came down Sunday ami put a stop to it. our to teach could Kcancly do better than' enter classes. It is unique. Not only was Page sadly disappointed, Kales from Si so to I) per month. an Si horse power engine. Mm. f. K. UKNXY, Principal. but several others. II. K. Wearen'snian cottage. ApAtsittant Foil Jli:.r After Jan. "Tiir. Mn ok Sxc." Kltier George Mr. Pate Pariett, was on hand to sell ply to Misses l.lccie and Mary Pauley. deDaisie, the great pulpit orator, will the required furniture, but missed it. Wanpkp.-2.0- 00 turkeys at once. Will liver a lecture at the Christian church "Ah. there," Pate! pay 5 cents per pound. A. T. Xunncl- - here next Tuesday night, ISth, for its Dealer In benefit. Mr. Darsie has presented "The LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. iy- .. s of Snap" beforc.audiences in Man Mai.ao grapes 25c per lb.; sweet FlorThe troupe of Indians are perfoim-inAM DOMESTIC portions of the country ami the press doyen; line lemoim ida oranges 25e per nightly to packet! houses. It is and public are unanimous in its praise. 25c per down. S. S. Myers. The St. liuis Christian Kvangelist calls very free show. The meeting at the Presbyterian Always bo at u loss to-- It "A telling lecture." Tlio Havinn, 0., O111 readers will not church continues. Dr. Thomas II. they can get Christinas prcs- - Republican says: "It enthused and Ilnd where 011 of Peweo Valley, is assisting Itev. s A perusal of the many "ads" iu lighted all." The Worcester, Mass., "Forcible and vivacious, iin- - J. C. Randolph. Thus we have with us issuo will solve, tho problem easily, egmin: great preachers in the Elegant Baskets Prepared on Finely Decorated Gups and Saucers, Chinaware, Bisque amieiiieiiainiug. ineuu.itia-- two of the trio of piessive short notice. You will ehow your good judgment by j nooga Times: "Original and pointed, State. They have a refreshing way of Figures, Bronze Figures. Plush Novelties, in Manacuro ignoring theology and preaching the goscalling and buying n nico cloak early, clear and forcible, chus'e and eloquent." Sets, whisk Booiuholdei's, Dressing Cases, work Boxes, our stock is too badly broken. We The Knoxville Tiibune: "Kxccedingly pel. We keep nothing but the very best, icgretto announce that the famShaving Sets, Je.welry Chm'.. Polls of every description will sell you at cost. Owsley & Craig. interesting and instructive." Prcs. K. ily of Geo. 1). Pur'dett will leave in about Picture Frames, etc. In CHRISTMAS CA UDS""our II IK X i:v- from near V. Hollars, of Hiram College, O., (Gar- tluee weeks for Omaha. There will be a G. W. Pktiiy, a whito man line is complete. K'ineinber that our line of field's col lego 1: "It abounds in instruc- sale of household ell'eetH at their resiCrab Orchard, was lodged in jail yestertion, wit and common sense. It is a lec- dence on next county court day. ! day for carrying concealed weapons. Ho Chap- - ture that young peoplo especially cannot Tho ease against tho young men was tried before Squire John A. great profit." Admis- charged with committing an outrage was fail to hear with pell. Xo. 408 Jefferson trwt, sion 25 cents. dismissed for want of evidence. The McUoiiKiiTs it Staou, A. It. Penny, A. woman who swore out tho warrant failed Four doors below DEATH'S DOINGS. A. Warren and Metcalf it Foster have LOUISVILLE. to appear against them. 4th Ave,, already opened their Christinas trix, so Messrs. Hubble it West are untiring About a week ago Mr. Jesse Nance, Throughout, that we guarantee prices and that we will not as to give you plenty of time to select an aged nnd respected citizen of tho in their ellbrts to advance tho interests be undersold. fiom their excellent stocks. West Km!, died, and on Wednesday a of the people by inaugurating and pushCEO. W. HINESLEY, Propr. of his, aged 20, followed him to ing enterprises of great benefit to the TIB Cincinnati Southern announces a daughter this community. They have made arholiday rate of l fare for the round trip. the tomb. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. O'Pryan were rangements with Capt. T. D. Knglisli, Dec. 21 to 25, good to reTickets on sale called upon Wednesday night at 8 o'clock one of the best auctioneers iu the State, Finc0rder3 a Specialty. turn Jan. :'.; also Dec. 20 to III, good a to lie hero every, county court day to also to to give up their precious Tickets will be sold fellow of '.) years ami 5 olfer at public salo any property left with Open Day and Xtght. Associ-utlo- n bright little all points in Southern Passenger Elegantly I'nrnMitil ltoomt. territory on same dates and rates. months Geoige Pallatd. He has been 'hem for that purpose. The llrst sale! Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Nkw Clirlstmuft koo(1h nt Zlminer'H. hiuk for n m- m . . ' CHRISTMAS GIFTS! 1m Hoimay Goods in Enflless Yarietuj Largest and Nicest Holiday Stock ever Displayed , - " i up-01- 1 - l PRESENTS JEWELRY mid 11 y Gold and Silver Watches, i - ' 'A HEADQUARTERS FOR SANTA GLAUS 1 11 ; I j,,,,,' i car-Ioi-tI I te-ila- re-Ig- j .Uni-tai- 1 n 1 1 wta 1 McROBETS&STAGC. HOIDAY -- GOODS! National Garment Cutter. 11 1m Vr Joi-iina- i. ' ! THE NAPIER Useful, Sensible, Beau- . tiful, Young-- i.i-ii- i 11, 1 1 For the Rich, the Poor, the old, the 1 - - atti-l- es-j- MIM7 SW BOOKS! ces. v i. February Me-Caul- ev's, c s S7-.- 1 11 Astonishingly Low Pri- Tar. H. BRADY, vaii-011- g ' 11 FB 1 Clel-lan- de-ent- s. Tel-thi- Fresh Supply Hand. Albums, Writing- Desks in Wood 1M and Leather, Cigar Cases, Ink Stands, Pocket Books, Card Cases, 1 be-fo- io 1 w English Kitchen GOODS ARE BRAND NEW CROW & CO., lirst-bo- McCinney, Ky; A! .....'.. jtt. av5Sm tJ i. .ill. . AjU-- .A'i..J'1 lib i-- ' a jfeB-nVj- m? 'fe MMk MjjjJ-'ti- 4. v-.- Jrf' & i. v4ft .. rt T 7- Jl " ft mr awJS""' 'r - h f s" JF?T?T'' wprtffj.) RJ??55pTi$?T -- r Semi-Week- ly IhteriorJournal P C ROYAL KKSajl ! i POWDER Absolutely Pure. n vn M n uriielh ami 'handle ordinnrj Im'i xt cimot t lew with llit 'n iltilu filio Met film the Second Time. De Wolf Hopper hast ho reputation of being th 9 most credulous man thnt walks tbo struts. It is not that hoi hoodwinked by nppllcnnts for charity, but ho has n ropug-nnrc- e to giving any one n chance to sny thnt bo Is stingj For nil this It glv cs Mm n three cornered pnln to know absolutely tb.tt I10 Inw During hi present cngnge-nien- t Unsii benten heVo he mistaking ft stroll ononftcr-noo- n mill n woman met him 011 thestreetnnd naked if lie imiiIiI inform her which icKt she should go t to get a train for Kmiistoit. Mr. liopiei Impelled to know that Kvnnstou vmson the Noithuestern road and Im know tint th depot win on Kluzio stieot. All this be told tho woman, mid uhllo Im mis ImiNt into tttir"" nud doing hum miiMuii1 iufoinuil (he tvitiitliiill thnt she urn very i1oiiMti f iitiehliiK tint H)lnt. but hut ho 011I Ah hid (lliien cents in iuiih Iii "its uitlmi imiiiel) in Irnikt anil not Imilly i1rtwil, Mr llnpiier ut once rourluded thnt nud lie ft hum tt roo uf desel tug nns not nn nistnut in prtxluoiii,: n Ivor dol lir, hleh h pnsAtl into lift Itniitl, kj ing: 1'nl.f tbiH. iiimhiin, tnkethl. it's nil tight, mid don't tliniik Ino." Mr. ilnnl iijcoutiiutcil hisunll. lie t tuing Ili'lH to ti'int nil the bindings In the cit thnt torus hi;;li, mid hiul reiichisl uere ovtt tin- loi'ttir of Dfiiiuorii nud Aduuix streets, I -i MR. S01110 AND MRS. DOWSER. Leng-Stauilii- ig COTTAGIS FOR RENT Blood Diaoaaoa nro cured by tho porsovorinff uso of Ayor's My cottage 011 Upper Main street, Smnfurd. next to W. II. llliigiiis' rcfldviice Alio lh cut l.ige nevt dnur, now oicupl'-- ny Mr J I' Davis piiiscsMon id fir I inn vd itltnnt im lime iticl t mr of Thrlr llitrrnwjug Mutrlnimilnl Itxiicrlrnrra. I supjxwo every husband Is subject to what might t called "sudden fltr,"iind I hopo every wife tries to bear up ii'tder tin 111 w ith philosophic I jintletice. Tho other nioriiiug, five minutes after Mr. Hower had gono to his room t Ret ivady foi church, ho roared at uie (Mia. Howscrl over tho Ivan ulster:; ".Mrs. Howier, are you tho wojiiu of the house or only a lady boanlerP "Why, dent I" "Don't win dear ino, Mm. Hawser! If I pretended to Ce 11 housekeeper I'd look after things oiieu lit a while!" "Anything wrong P "An thing wrougl Do I waste my breath In talking when everything is all light T "What is IW" I ashed us I reached thehend laitcroiiNot nth. MRs, IOI11K IIOI 73-- I U1111-da- y Saroapnrilla. H in illi, Ky s IIJIVS of tho stairs. He held a clean shirt 11 0110 hand, and with' tho other he (stinted to It with a dramatic llourish anil vhigpuioili oie oi-j- 1 - In n 1011M 11m powdrr never hol-- V l i omptithu sveightalumor phoiv.h.t a of ol puritv ec"n mua! Im- told hi Khyvl HikiMt. I'owokh Co., io4 Wall po Jt's, tett, ihort d only In to tho light depot (01 V.n if. unl " 'I- - IIii;iii sn Ikt one look. li vnsliui vutie Hoiuuii uho hud neivsteil I1I111 two I uui l"fii Willi u Kiddenetl oieo he rvpiitil "Yow, ui.kIriii, I itiu Von 1 tnkuthn tt.iin .Mill to nbout tno hours ngii for Krnimiim.iuul if von Imvegood liiieet inu IllOk you H me, but holwinln fiiinflinrolceNO I . 1 0111 n Sti linger here, nud "Kscua I'll 3 011 Slrtal, Near York ill RBt tbulla." A Clll1iew Henild. Great Ccnlu. lilt" ttu? olUee Scani-oko- , surgkon ur.vtisr. - Kidmen, niwie Depot Si. Office Moth tide Mm, twi r olltor "It Mrtrlkl- h- A vrmn? Uul wni iiterarr nmRJSii . ' "I liu" t pretty of a (C. A. BENEDICT & CO., tuol sti1ctl urigliinl." "Iakivo It," tlioedltur rouuMl. "Let mo rend It to j on " "Xot if you vnluo )nur llftl' tho ef itor .'." b aiil to the "Well Drillero & Pump Adjusters, STANFORD, KY. WcHs drilled to ("aclrary prices. enltr and l'umpa luralihftl 30 ut SAW MILL FOR SALE 1 siri hut' "And nfterwerd meets tho fellow who liuiath- - hit Mini innrnes him'" the editor ! eielimiKil "Oli.no Thnt night the factory catches A.I90 Xattml tint! Stoulc. ilrc n:id 11 burned up." .. I desire to leave Kentucky I will sell nt great "W'lmtl dotN no 0110 ivrciio tho lint nnd .luulicc a uv mills complete with 30 hore boilers - m.irrj tho girlf" urlt. 1o loi wag- tndmhorae engines, a ss "No.'' wagons ' l"i feboinl, spring willin J ml harness 3 joke of cattle, j mulct, I horte, "Mih. jour fortune i nmde. Wo wnnt 111 wife." "Well, let me tell you n pnrt of tho story: A young girl N working In a Irit fnctory. Olio ilny ie titche ker linmo ill the "ilir" " Mini tlint I niut 50 home to my .MKOb sS-- tf mill complete, and ni) firm of t,So acres Of land vsr-l- i timbered W ill -- ell privntclv ererjtkiiu MAR1 SMITH, .Ma) wood, Kj gteut wmk for Aiuericnn Iltor.iture.'' you write. You hno done n Tiuitkr. ciu!" He pulled off his sboca mid lo' he had 011 his heavy winter sock, every thread uwit. Thero were two or three liotes, but they were not to be ihinnsl until lall, of courM'. "Mr Howsor, where did vim get tho-- c Micsf" I asked "tlut of the trunk In tho clothes proas, ol courMj." "And von go nnd put on January socks in July! You have six lrs of clean cotton socks lu the lower drawer of tho liuii'ati." "I'll jou flu.UUO tburo Isn't ovarn one I 1 "Iluttons how "Not 11 solitary button 011 thlishlrt, nnd ou lliul time to pid down town every day. '1 hut's tho 1:1 id of a w ifo you nrel" "Mr Howser, do you mean shirt biittonsl" "Doll Yau don't suppoxi Pin looking for overcoat buttons on my shti t, ilo ymii" "Woll. 1, jou haven't hnd u shirt button nn jour NhiH for ten yoniic Yon nud nil otlnrsiiMj 03I nr buttona. Youi tons mv in the -- hlit jou Inn eon " It struck him all .In a hoap. Ho saw Iioh but-hhe bad tntpimil hllu-el- f. wont to his room, muttoring' "That's It I She nlway has tin excuse ivady for evurvUilng." One awful hot day In July he poke about changing Ins socks after bis Uith, ainl I told I Im in tlie tdniuost of littglisfi that he would 111 clean ones 111 bis low est hun-nt-i drawer. That night Im onino homo and began: u Can von tell 1110 w hnt day dining tho re-- .t mouth voti will have two minutes lospnrof' "Whv r "Hcnue, If you over got tbem. ierlinps you can devote n few seconds to (turning the boles in inj socks I've hail to limp around nil the nftei noon on that mMouiit " "It can't he!" r "Oh. im! You nic such a imxlel Ia)1 that it onu't he, of cotih-e- ! tli-1e 11 1 house-ttecpe- "Iiutiou'" r yt This tnedlclno is nn Alterative and causes a radical change In tho system. Tho process, in sotiio cases, may not bo 'pilto so rapid as in others; but, with persistence, tlio result Is certain. Dead thcHO tesllmoiiliils : "For two j eats I nulfered from nsc-vcr- o nln lu uij' right Hide, and had other trouble cnnsctl bj' n torpid liver nnd dvspeiisla. After giving several medicines 11 fair trial without it euro, I I to ttikc AVer's Sarsaiiaillla. was greatly beuellled In the hint bottle, nnd nfter taking Ihu UmiIis I was com. plotrlv cured. " .Nil.n W. Heiiaon, 70 LlW'lelHO Mt., Lowell, Maris. Lust May huge milium lu broke out 011 mv nun. The nsiml ivuieilhs bad no mid I wuh ouilned to my bod for c .lit w eel s. A friend Induced 1110 to try thnn threo Aver's SitrsajinrlHa. Is'tilcs hi alinl tltOKorc. In all tny expo .! ne with medicine, I never suw inoro n 11 1 C w, MRTCMI.P ) METOALF &: HAYS ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. and l'INKVILI I . K.Y practise in ativ contl la ICa.t m Kut ki V. Kmiiilii UloHt of kvn J titles made n stiei l It die tracts of timber coal I and imoi d I 11. a ale. laformatina laiiiwhr on any lnt am' IIARltOUKVIl.l.F ill VV ( CREAM j 1 raspoastai ca Mtll uil jS I T1IK (JALT ILOU.SK. II LEXINGTON.KY. a m am LOUISVII.LIB KlflN'TlIOll .'. Iss ITHE LARGEST I ! AHD FINEST HOTFaL IK THE OITY. RATES Another marked clfcet of tho use of thin uie ' line was the mrctigtht ning of my Mis Curiio Adams, Nolly .springs, Texas. ,"1 hnd n drj fmly- humor for years, and, as mv liroth-o- r nnd nn IT red nud sister vem slmllarlj nlltlitcd, I jiresimie tho inaludy Is hurcdilarj . List vvlntii, Dr. Tvron, (of Fcriinudlun, Fin.,) riiiiinini nited mo to take AjerV SarMilwiiU 1. Mid toiitliiun it for uj ear. For live li'oinl s I took it daily. I havo not bad n Mcioisb upon mv ImhIv for tho T. i:. Wlloj', 11(1 hut thiec inoii'lis." Chambers t., Niw York Cliy. "list fall uud winter I was troubled with a dull, heavy pnln In mj hide. I did not nollie It 11nn.l1 at that, but it gmriunlly gtew worse until it almost iinbeiirnble During the latter part of tills time, disorders of the Mom-11- 1 hand liver Inert used my troutdon. t began taking Ajer's Siirsapaiilln, nnd, nfter faithfully continuing the use of this medicine for noiiio mouths, the pain disappeared nud I was completely cured. " Mrs. Augusta A. l'tirbtisli, , Navcrhlll, Mu-s- Wonderful Results. l. .. IWCEW6C,, ' - ) i'ht" I 32.50 TO $ PER HAY. inc to rooms: llTH ACCOM- lUHklSII.V UttkStAN IN lldlhl wtm j&mtergal lOLAURfAM XSJ. rriII,sirrtMinilln, . at A .aaaBaaakC' 1 without Pim-ploa, '"su fit lift. iva WfsnnL- - loa, Llvor-Molc- a, Blnok-Hond- ' STANFOKU KY E. H. BUIINSIDE, PROPRIETOR. matamim Ihu us hieh reanwiiofi. aad tit proprietor it daietwin. td that ft shall he tacoad ts no country Hole! in th Slate In ua I'afe, Appomtaiaau, ar Altea-- I lion le hit lu.tt IUu4 . anvayed ta and front depot fraa of charge- - SpccUl atcommasla-tianttold aad welt-kno- Hotel Mil! A few applications will render tho most Muhhornly rctl skin soft, mnooth and while. Viola Oronm Is not a paint or rKiwilcrtocoYcrilefccis, hut n remedy to cure it isstiN'rior to nil other preparations, nnd is guaranteed to give satisfActiun. A t Irig-gisor mailed for fiO cints. Prcparetl by ts Tan. Sunburn and Ihh-iiiii- O. O. UITTTVIOTt Jls CO., TOM'.DO. OHIO. r a t VI 1 cl ihcn- - A Vii(i, ky j o Cmiarcial l're'e" s. LO'SriD nasi t I I ' &o CO., gt ali SPECULATION. 13AVKK HAND BROKER I Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. H ; six bottlee, J. Worth $J a bottla- - McklNNIA.KY. I'nr Drug. Mediclnea. the fainom 'svrep hi PIk Kt v iiwr preacrtptiniis pnimptW ami vattf ample rectlv fflleJ at lift Imnn, and to r.roc'trlM, line I Icars, l.iilet XitiChaa, Ac.Rotu & ruKrvurn 11V llrsttilway si 4 MKIV y a 1 Krw M. v LOUIS SCHLEGEL, kcuwitry WII.IIAMS oyd S. Co . Mi rTmnt Ilr J allvttd to will altaod In uur drua itep irtmant , llio wh uf the n.W nvhtin dai, la tnwa at Minx BtooUri, Honda Qrnln. - ft Pwtr. le iiu Hot onHOI i , , f l Prtini hh nnd M PUOTOGRAPHKR, IMCfl.MON I) KV. ! 3OTICE TO THE r Ki.t t aad u. .it i a i ' i is CITIZENS Vf LINCOLN COUNTY. S. PHYSICIAN OfKce 7J-- O. DAVIS, A Llitiiiiintiililu Tale. AND SURGEON, MT. VICKNOX, KV .' Drug xl door to Whitehead' given 1 disease, of children Special attention tt l.r JACKSON HOUSE .LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, & I&tttsc.. Sliewoughly Renovated aid Refurnished. First-Jla- t Pare sad Reatou ihle Prices D y ind nlglil Iflaiiu are met tiy l'olne lirtct. 01 ihu IVpular juf-t- f. - PROPRIETOR. Those uiifortunnto beautiful llamas Were taken oway from their mammas, And in spite of their fquejlin'ti And Licerated feelln's. Were required to sleep In (lajainos. NEWCOMB ang HOTEL. ! i v. a MT. VSKJON. ..Y. Thi olJ and wcll-k- ii " II te' ' at! Having racaatly e'tuipped a Aae RMar Milt in the lawn -- f Stanford thti w defy aay Mill lu I00I.0.I through overy drawer I pair there! of thiali the eiti equal in iMkty of tlour, Hie times over!" j tha fSHimy should hue enoatv pde aoeach It I took him up and show cil him tlicook. natraanae and iMaia ih uae W wi.h te m form whow it may toacara that we Mte m Ikr counting them out pilr by pair, and lie aiartat to baj our heal aod com aad wiH at ' looked at me very -- erlously and . Wt way giic the highaai maikrt pne for "Yes, I keo'eni, but were tliev when have added hmii new mavhiaar) loostr cora maal I looked for "emf How cns for jou to hnie deasitlnent and can now HMke maal in salt aay io acre on the Soinarw and Crab Ourchnrd panon It canswit ha lualled ty aay othar mP siienlitd up nud placed 'em here nil hour road halfway ltwfs-- the lvn places Well of In ofiut a trial in otir flour and I good Ihu vicinity water at cad u( ponh Half c cared anal j maal dapanaaaHt.WeAll BgOt" I saving raia in oir line A K'Hhl omlvi lur cattle, ho in era Ho hnd soino weorlng nppnrel which ho acre .licep for sate will plente cul at the Mill, where oat O WAI.I.ACR, and will b foam) at all tiaaaa. who wIM jive the I might se bitv wune tots f 01 'the aid to Ilabeuy Ky 53 II bait pticas far tame. Ilran s4 ihlpttult ala)i 1 got Uihy the clothes down and went potts. in.ioVi through every (ioc et twice 01 er. In 0110 of Supt.. Sunford Holler Mill Co jjilf 7 the ctnU I found n ivtvlptnl bill for $0 worth of lumber, nnd I laid It on Mr. A man cntim for tho cUithesnnd I have 4011 acres, more of MoHntain, Coal 'f took them Tnv. and three hours Inter, when I and Timlsr I.ahdt that I will tell at a bargAin Mr. Dowser tu ae bom 1 told him of tiry have a ttore rorimto tent a fiirtnture ami unliaicain. dertaking, hatdnare or nuiiir'i rstahJiilimvat "You got Just half whit lie would have Thrxsaie good tor 40 days lorlmther inFuruia LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE V W Mt I CAM', paid me," I c replied, and tho subject vvaa mstmii, write to llarbourville, Ky 38 RAILROAD. dropped for half an hour Then nil of .1 sudden he Jumped up and exclaimed: The f.reat-- "You've finally done it. Just as I expected r I jou would!" Phntnyruiihft in all .! vl and l'letlllet in India InV, Cr )Oii .! I Water Colors. New ll tti 11 vary liv prices. Mgnt 111 Kn .. ut !. df olKi-rveith-r- e UKD F02H SAI.H. 4 Cllle 41 . t JssMIU ht . A NKW -- FAbT MAIL t V 1 (al e'ig'l i ih - w.s LOTJISVr.LT'i o: n-u.- :c"-n- ;- k Mountain n mtt ol Z-an- da i, Y'trr ailemtXcd .. -- i. le, lr 1U & M THE MOST li RUU'I E m O FOH, SALE. -- wiitittain in fine repuiitioii. C iiy t.. .uuh .1.. npe- ' tal attention to the Ir.ivtl hi; iiilir ' .il. i' NI VVCiiMR, 1'rop., Sj-- Mi Vernon, K. - 0. H. M:i0BEHT8, lYine (.d.,( Ilavtna rcinot-- In 11 t p.:i. e tiom l.ihrrti, to practice !il ir,iliiiii 1 1. iiunticn ol the pub Be to the fact that iic t'I) c miily .11 all n mm la or .vi'lit 10 anmir calU in town or iimntri. Thirtf 'jears oflils life were spuotin Stanford and he de4as it unnecofiary to peak o( his ability n a phMnn and urjcnri A hare f thf p.uni.-Jg- c : vk of the peiflenf a'n'uril ti l iln-! d in Laacmirr troi t 'jf hin tf The Favorite for Throat unit Lung JriflU . !u long boen, nnd xtlll U, Ayur'H I'artoral. It euro. Croup, Hiplug Cough, Ilroucliltlsi, ami iiiini: t"Kit lies Irritation of tliu 1, j nx and Fauces; struiigtlienx tho V I ul Organs; nllujs hoiuiui'M of the Lungs; preionLs Consumption, nnd, i n ni advancod stngna of thnt dtaense, rr m.s Coughing and JnduceH Sleep. T' ro li no other preparation for dli- s of tho throat and lungs to bo with this remedy. My ifo hnd n diHtrewilng cough, cutli jwins la the Hide and breiiHt. Wo rSeil vurloiirt inedii ines, but noun did taer any good until I got a bottle of Ayer'a Chern 1V loral, whlth has cured ?wr. A noighboi, Jlrs Glenn, hnd tho moaslos, and the ough mih relieved by tho use of Air Cherry Pectoral. I liuvo no hesitation in recommending this 1 1 -com-tAr1 "I looked lnthe)Ockets." ". w.&'CI . "Oh, jes, j on looked I You looktl Just like j Urta-:- n. TT any other wife who. wns in a hurrj to get the 2: clothes out of the house nnd the inotiej in her frost' Stuff and Nonsenio. bund." "HUVl'Z Ci UA--s- " H(H'TK. ' went and got tho receipt uud asked him If Hits from Amateur ?tiielk. was tbo otic. Ho grudgingly ntlmittcil THE SHORTEST AHD QUICKEST ROUTE A western pier recently olTered n prize thnt for tho liest stiiy to bo written by pupil of thnt ft was nud added: l N "1 presume the old eliixe man found it nud ' a' public school Here nr a few passages CENTRAL. K.12NTUCK.Y I must reward him for hts returuuJ 11 fnun the contributions: "Corn Ilrown was fortunately the Kwtor honesty " in nli I ml' It was only three nights ngu thai Mr. of a birthday, for she wns the daughter of Howmu' tisik Vi from his wullUuml IuiiiiIihI ich f iemU " "Hut nil till Unit) f olotid was gathering ft to inn wiih the email;: "Tho man won't probably 001110 wish the over Mi Dolanf), wblchgrow large ns years oats until after I have gone In the morning, went by, nnd tint cloud was full of gros-FAST LINE BBTWEEN ' 'luke this and kij him." Next mot iimghesit IHijH-r- . "Mv ftuher dos'rtsl me to marry a bank down to breakfast looking so vary olw tlmt & I.V1 M I ". diyP "Done whatr ; 25 "1 remember that I left a vnluablc io.t In 11 coiL It was a re dpicd lumber Two miles South ot Stanford thnt brow lull, and they mij- - scud tho bill ugnln unv Address meal Carbide, kv House mid niDniinu TDIIMl 1IUMI L.niic. IIHIWUUII 1.. The Acres ' IMP LlltU 1. . Ika Ollftu Kl.tl at u S nc i ' Iran te the fa-- lt lia and m"s i . . .. I m the Ixeei- - all r" West a Notihei. I he rHatr i a i f Ii -.1 ir. I. on h -- ,' IfUat linca idaiHMl I"' I I b -- JMcrl. a . ratline .twsl it it C"-li- " UnKu lad 00 M all 'Lwn. n 1 n n 'II. ih l t s tr yoo tii a fcv M mi ni-- r 1 al aou ..on ant) mtk Ut Si t , .urncT n ttave i ntra-i- . lo -- a.r a na Jr. M K . l. L"l twte ih- - , eai ll irc.i ,ic ' ...,) 1 on N'ral a Crrek W.CKAK) SOUTH & WEST w I. V V li l'.iif' Iktrl Ait.i..wi0.lti.r, Hiikmi, .. nh Aa.. Laiiitwil' ii Viae . sms . I .It .rral i .1 li. ,t tainni.. . Kv KentuokyGeatral R. R. U!2 ANgALAQgCAn To Nnshvillc, S. 1 Louisville ! m&T noKT Tho Original "j , 11 McmphJs, Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock. Mobile and New Orleans. Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. Ualy ost change 10 1 1 M.ilno the Iriahmau." "As she cnliHd tlw room 11 cold, tlaiiii Miioll net her sighL" "Slio forgot the Ia) nnd all hi blessings, mid nftr that oh Went anil gut mairletl." New Yoik Tribune. A iwn, fond of tin Milent, a ImluKoiiie, uuuglit mv ii tho ginning mblf .'' ut I dell Noil, vnt I dell yoitf' shouted I il. LEXINGTON SCUKPl'l-South Huund CINCINNATI. f MAVao. iU Vo a I points in "Aivvoii lcfc, Mr. IloarMTi" "1 ought to be. When peop'eui-they me generally made Kick." "Have you lieen roblod!' "1 have." e robbed tS F. KFI-- ARKANSAS Bekn A-- & TEX"AS ).JtaetA I s.'in iiu ct had lo auhtlilula "Ze Im'a ttiiff ' fnr vrmr M..11 KctSJj cine b 't don't answer tho it Loan, I'inp'r siimnonI,iwrMcdi me V.i'd 3tn l " l' s 4"u, hkeat J II ii'i .PriVA C).h.mm.nal.y. er Ucr at. i,l. il by ni,M S. l M A. s. I. 1,.. cured Indp.k ti n HiuoisNass ... DYsrarsiaJ.it it Itvat... n ArrariTa. Soi a Mom ii,' I re . 1 ii.itrinis.i-atlor.vi.lthit Ad unt, lenn., wrilra ,Chur.-h- , "I ,uiin 1 n. M. nave ixrn dead hat lor )oi.r t.rnulnr M. A. Liver Mrdlelne. I l.i.r. M A. C J' bnmnot.s. Wins. .. ...... 1 Sim-mo- HlkUaBAKTS homo mi lh hit Hr.J. It. Crave. Kditor Tkt TaH . M.,. ,1,1. I reicivcda package of your !.. .... No '. No 6. I'.ior I'lVMirlptloii. 1 Mr. Wh'flUs Unotor, heir .'.wb hitve a sure cure for iiMoiiinta I wltu von wo.ild tioat me for it, as u U nlnnet impoMible fer rat to get t alee) Doctor Certainly. U." plan Jb very simple, As soon as ou li down nt night begin to count, uud keeji on count! ig uatll yui set to 1 j ' I night." "For meroj'ssafcel hut dh! adtno Jno gat Into our Itonsor' "I do not know. When I treat to bwl last night I had tV In tnj wallet. Th.a unrniing I have only (M." "You ilci!.'t caj !" , "It mm vary iUcor to 11 in, Mrs. Ilowvr. If j 011 want money vvfiv don't you nik for Hf" "You tlon't think I took yotir raonej", do votif' "L-ifc- "Whmr t Sun v. "J a in S ll.ul Fa Sua. p m Bleep. I Cough vi i ! aVSedicinc to ovory 0110 afflicted." Holiort Norton, Karoimin llmdllijht, Morrlllton, Ark. I hate been nfllirled with asthma 'nr f ity j ears. Last spring I was taken 1 violent roiiuhi which threatened nn nato my thus. Kvoryono pro- II id ino in iKiisiiiiiiitioii. X deter-- 1 to try Acer's t'lmrry l'ectoral. 1 was Iminodl-l- u ts wern iiiuieii! vttd nnd continued to imiiroMi Joel Ilulltird, in lvrecoined.' Conn. mouths ngo I had n sevoro hoin- if the lungs, brought on by nn ii.t nigh Uliieh deprived ino of 1 v , ridt. I tried various retim- 'mt oblnllied 110 relief until I he- .4,1 t take Aer's Clicrrv lVetoral. A w rtiesiif this mcdiiiuo cured me." rs K. Uoburii, I'l Se oud St., I ss. "I'nr fljTtilrtiii fiHllited with colds, O'..ltl, Sort! tllHMlt, III llOlltl, I do not airti of any leni. !. which will glwi miwi: anoodv lebcf ilmu Aver'i Cherry 'nU)rul. I haic fun nd It, 11U0, IiimiIii-lil- n "1nMiditj Ciiiigh." Jn Citcs df "It's very nijraJeriouj." "Whj.Hiy, jou gitvaniothat live fur thu count- ing 1 Just what I do every night of my life,' ferd mnn." Mr. Dowser's countenance Juu twoutj'-si- x I uud U doesn't put me to sleep at nil." inclies in the next two socouds, uud in his ! 'Eh Whntdoyoucoilntr' the moiitty was now "Oh, household cxiensoti, uupnltl billj.tline confubicn ho agreed that However, on second Pliil.i- - accounted for nil right. left on iioum uud all sorta of things." thought he olherved: tlelpbia Recunl. "I will ovoilook it this time, Mis. Howsor, but don't presumo iion nnttiro in Lot llitu tiinio Out. future!" Detroit Five Pi ox. TVrtrt. will" Itilnntc mill niHt :i' rili ViMtr. rolf, ami don't think of ivtfriug flora llw I'niilsli.'il i:iioni;b world until tho world vill ho sorry that joj letlro. I hate a fellow whom pride, or cow-- ; urdlco, or laziniaw, drivun iuto 11 comer, uud whodoew nothing u hcu lie li tbeio but bit and growl. Let him comu out i.s 1 do uud "Is counting all It in Why, doctor, t 00 or a tita to T. A . C. I AITWOKF C. I'. a o .t p m sJ ) tP at l.ve Falmouth. . I otii'tlile. Kv Lve Cynthiana in 5 a 01,10 4 p m S n P at an a 'io eo p Art l'aia p " 11 jo ji m a te 9 Arr I.csibu n V a in to Si p in 1.0 p w l'arit I.v 1 P miii) p hi I 05 p m Arr Wwchetr. 1 10 p in CO p m rr llirhmond .... to P " Arr I.aacaner . ....... Arr Stanford . . f 00 p m PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS "o$ p in . I.ve Kkhoiond v o p ...... Arr Ueraa Arr Leainiftoa Sji u ,, CovihIhi t 111 Cd'tae 1 i'l rr rive f i 1 Special rates. aaaaUot iKi Cnmpany for talaa, tit tutt It wotyi hi a charm. I want no brlt r I nrr and cer laaniy nu more ol Zciliu 3 luutute. Itra-ulalo- nn mmr, unii natf ute.J nalluf It. Chesapeake & Ohio Washington, Richmond Ola Point Comlort. 2J i ... 111 J3 Norlh-livo oi th. Na. j. Xo 1, Jv'O.J. To EAST i pAITSE'p and i tll t.ivlngstan I.vu ltiea Arr IKtitiionUn . I.vaSunford mj-goo- d ill, 11 bark. Pr H .lohuon. The Only Perfect Remedy Furlinbhnal constipation, dyspepsia, and ! kindred ills 13 tho famous California liouid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. It strengthens as well as cleanses tho system, it is easily taken, and perfectly Imrmless. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. Syrup of Figs Is Naturo's own truo laxative. It is the most easily taken, and tbo most offectivo remedy known to Cleanso tho Systom when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Head-acheColds, and Fevers; to Curo Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. Manufactured only by tho California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For Mle by A. U. Penny, Stanford. s, t 111 ' atflll, Mnap. roVl , la'i" WimIi.ii'4Ioii tri ut, fill's. - G!::iTy Pefiloral, ri!''..m 2c Tr J. C. A;cr t 3 hlj)rJ nv Go., Lowell, Mass. Irfcvfl; lU!in' p in . .. . ui 7 5 bv Ixoiullc 10 jo in P '" Arr Lsxmnten a in 10 ' Whitu sulphur Soring 6. leavca l'arit at1 On thcajsvilte Drauih, " Chiirlottsvillo(V.Mjiinct J 10 ) 40 p in 8 30, a in and N'o 11, at J to, p in, artlvina pm " Kicliinoud, 90 a in 50 p m Majtville at 1050, .1 m, and 740, p ni No. 10 " Newpint New. ! 10 JS Ji p in 110 p in Ieaes Matillc 11 6 00, a in, arriving at I'nnt at " Old l'olut CollifiKt ill CO a m 3 in, in No ij leavaa Mayavitle at in; nnd ' n 40 a ni " NorfnlW. 40 p in arrives at 1'nrls st 3 15, p m 'I'licic trains are " Waililiijjtou HV m 9 40 p in dally except Siinda) " llaltimore SI' m ti i pm No 11 leaves Covington at 8 10 a ni. arrives at " Philadelphia on a in CO a in J n a in 6 to a in ii 10 30 a oin, Sunday onljT; No ji ' Ne Vork p a, arrives nt Cotinlon leaves i'alinoulh ut 4 N'o 1? leaves lit 6 to nm: Sundav onl l.fxlnelon Division 1'ralni run by Ccntral.tii it ton 7 ij p m, arrives I'arm 7 5 P m No, 8 lo.net Main I me Iraint oatt of llunth.Klou run hy Halt I ntniniitli C oviniiton 3 3(1 p in, arrives in 7 ao ern time, which it one hour fitter than Central i No y a in, arrive nt Cov- 7 lc ives Kalinoiiili at hiiU n id 7 50 a m "ADDITIONAL TRAINS No. it, daily exIiAII.Y I'ACI'.I'l SL'NDAY cept Sunday, leave Olive Hill 4 43 a in, .Mt Ster1 L. Trains J and 4 are dally between WinNO ling 700am, arrive Lexington 835 a m; arrive at chester, I.exiiiston vn.l Cincinnati, other other Cincinnati vn tochester 11 J5a m- Ci"t't tralnt afc daily except Sundiy. No 11, dail) except Sunday, leave Cincinnati Direct connection it made .it Winchester with tuop in; Lexington 335 p m, arrive ,Mt. Sterling & Ohio for Ml Merliuc, Ashland Chuapt-ikpm, Olive 11)11 9100 ni lliictiiiEtnn, Charlettan, W Va and Kattcrn cillct 714 j, dally, leave Chflon Force at 7 00 a mj No. I.INI!-N- 'o and 4 run via Winches CharlcttoniJ 30 p m, Arrive Athland 5 40 p in; luSI ler ASohd trains with Pullman Sleeping Cart, he Cohunliut ti 17 p m. , tween Cinrnin.ill and Kichmaud, va., and, WinNo. 6, daily leave Alhtand 1 10 a mj arrive at JInud .'hat's Jlr. Nlcefellpw's address, chester and Washington a in, Clifton Forge 7 jft p in Charleston It J J Ihrough tickets and hassage checked to any - Pullman Sleeping Cars oil all through trains Edith? detllnation reached y .1 railroad. Oid Dominion Stcamthipt leave Norlork on Mon Edith -- NaffiiDlank street. Why I full particulars aildrets any agent of the Co. dap, 1'uetday, Wednesday, '1 hurtday and Satur "Tho rudo fellow kissed mo last ovculng. IJ.For S. r . MOKSi:. HrllACON, day at 630 p m fur New York, and 1 oideied him out of tho house, and told Tr.ivehnir Pans'g'r Aut., Ccn'l l'ass'c'rAct., For Ticket, Rates, Information, etc., appl) to . Covington, Ky, Icketofficeor addrett hi m not to dare enter 'hudoor ngaiii until 1 Lexington, Ky. o. 'Sir Cen'l I'att Ast sent for him, Are jou suiuit'n W C. WICKUA.M, II.E HUN I'l.NO'I ON, Ceneral Mnnngsr. H.WHJLLLR, Rtceiver Philadelphia Record. QonOincos. Covington, Kontucky. 1 I.ve Lancaster . Arr Ili;lnooud.. Lis lticliiooml... Arr Wlnchaaior Arr l'aria I.ve I.exiugioi. . Lve Pari. I.ve Cyntliiana . l.vs l'aluinuth .. Arr Covington a in a pi 00 a 111 p tin S 3 5 p in, 7 so p in as 'S en p in 0 p HI S m ot ji p at 10 oi so p in ii 35 !To III "WEST Loulsvllo and Oincilnnati Connaciionsdirri for ill points in the I CHICKEN Cholera Cure! WEST NORTH SOUTH-WESi T. WEST ,1 AND1 No lin I ni in 3 oo p in in' 1S pm Ml1 4 jo p m 111 p ra 111 p in Hi j in in arrncTNov 11, 'I;. .0.4-I- I lei m" 111 Iv .i 11 i Jfptg ch!( k I I I e 4 ear fu in ( hot-o- i i It is more fatal to rhickc bs ihan all ther diseases comuincd. Jim the discovery ol t icmeuy niut fo'itiuh cures it has been made,' and to be convinced of its efficacy only enures .n trial t 50 cents bottle is em ugh f n one hundred chickens Ji is gnat anteed If, after two t'linh ul .1 bottle, the buyer is not thoiottpUK satisfied with it as .1 cure for Chicki n Cholera, return it to the undci signed dml voyr nuui-- will be refunded 1 us-inv Thousands of rsdicccry 'lolhrs wp-t- h I For tale hy McRnlmi. A Si iaR, Srtinfnrd .jm .at' a I ir i:u JLA. ks)aa1waNafsWiVaal "sag b$Wttorr jjByg(lM4A a. . . lJjB . . "- '-' Latil II ff f fryrF rir 7; tf tf '. w W s,i v v OUIl YOUNG FOLKS. WOT MIS OWN. Tho Story of Itolr.t T'iiiiliitlnti mid It l.fOftOII, 1 AU- THE MILL BOYS. An IutoroBting Autobiography by Ono of Thorn. AM going to tell a bit of my own experi- V M l : k ence un experienco tbiit'l utii not likely to forget. My tuimo out has not 11 single vino F or leaf of roinaiieo - Miinll fancy uliop WEr" clinging about its sound: In short, my nume is Zeb Hrnwu. uuloliu!:ot,0l I was brought up In . v ...... mi- vii'iiii'. ..ii ...i., ...i'r rri- " U.I . ,. l,M- ILTJ'.'l tho country, without ""yUmW- - aim in lie l more li&VSrx tho advantages of ! 'ivlWrTr-.- (TWJ limn tlf'r-ucnrf. t --4 ?L liriition. lint. Iiv ihfi !Ma(.''i..."r.1lV'W! nlil j& 11. .i.. n, .. .1. ,i... W 1H$ffi.rl&& urunu jirii iib;iii.oi A ynir agn Aifiies I contrived to read 11 a father dletl, luiiying n iWillcaus litirlun few old bonks; and ivtfo iiml two children In jioor .itvuin-Minif- f permit mo to say that ivrll taught, ami Agiico lu.il hr-rII rloso iieimaitltanco hail iirollti'il h tho npportiit.ltloH thi Inul with n few ma,itorfiil Inul, unit Mis Uurton s jrri'ni iiiixluly win liooks Is often bettor topvi' lti t ik livr y. inlsrliifvnun Iwy than 11 more pretenmihlo. of ten your -- 'ho ii"i tious piliiuitinu. Tlii'y mm-- , il 10 'llmriilM In nrdi-- that ho A thort t'Mio after 1 hud uttnlued my mal kIioiiUI iit'.i'iii u minil voil:nl Vir.v liunl to jority, win- li Indeed was all I did attain I thi'ro. r.ml Axiir rarn tin) money to jiaj hia mjIiooIIiik by went over into distant ncighliorhooil and work at asaw-mll- l Tlmownurof thomlll Hi" four IiUiO rhlulu'ii lolon;itiK Old Hill riuukelt was u brunque old felto Mr. I'm'tn'r. ovor tvlioo hIioji they , low; nnd, o far as books were .conrprned. loJiidl. Hill Mm. llurtoi., uhvii.vn ilolit-utcwas about as Ignorant a man an I had evor Inul fullon i'iit 111. ami Akiic-- Inul 11 great ileal thrown on lnr young Hltmililorti. Hho spoil, eippt, jmssibly, my fHtber,who, after tho p.xtremet efTort. co.ild not have sppllod wn wiU'IniiK nnxlou 'y for Unhurt' dog. return from iuhjjl Old Hill sppiiipiI to respect mo. not beAftornoon Ami ulirr.-- ' rs Kiic-rl- ! M'l.ool Inul b.i'ii i::iiiv thin :in hour, cause I could rend mid write mid cipher a nnd tho U g IhiiI not tlniil of Know bulling littlo u Km n pinch, but bccaibo 1 was a oiiounntli.-r- . unit hail inmt of thorn gone very strong mid actUo joiing fellow anil home. Hut t'i 11 ulilo Mrcot leullui; out of conneipiently very hsndy in rolling logs. Onp day after I had lifted the end of a tin' mnrhpupliut) three or four littlo lioys Wru lixikltiif Into u .iiiml! hhop wlioro log which had been declared to bo beyond 'puiukHxatH'' of a trutv lorriuiu upMur the strength of tiny man 111 the party, Old tin 'P, li:rj;o ami inini.woloivil, woio koUI, Hill invited mo to go hump mid take supper top-Iwith toys uud a iiomloki'i .pt with bun This was a surprise, for ho hud of urt iievpr shown so great 11 proferonco to uny Yeitt 'I nr wir- - fuar llttlij boys, nil of the cither Ikivh. holding himself, lis ho ih-- i 1. .imu'.v would hniii a hn!o in did, greatly ubove them. I wont. Ho lived xj if thi-- p steil ihl tln'ir about two miles from the mill, not In a Khop uhtioi.i Im.MuK liny tlilnj:. frame house as you would supjiosp from tho Ami 0110 of tliotio twh wnt Uoiiuri llurtou. bat In an old fact Ihut lip owned a snw-inllg ualoinnly ntur-lo3Icukh1, liHiiit in log honsp daubed with clay and not well In nt Hn window Tho other thrrp daubol either He hadn't much to say lis boyn veto rvhlPiiHy trying to wo walkod along the road, and just as soon forwU-flu wn not us wp bad entered the house, instead of ox bun to ih. iji.lto pr. iwmu!. tutidlug to mi Hip courtesy or conversation, "N.h rruM, Hi 'j, piitne! It'h joorluru bo fell to cutting bamo string from u piece tivday." s;'ll 11 inciry. nsn1Ulnkinir boy, of leather which be took down from Hip n llf.liM. il. i' tlun U10 roi. I'vn nothing clock-- shelf. in in p'l:et.' Home tuup elapsed bpforo nny oiip else "Nor I," BiiiJ l'at Ijmy. entered the room. Then, after light II've Mnur-IcAnd miir pPMiy, tiikl llltlo In an adjoining room, thoix entered a Un' ytmnsiiii ol Hi" ror. putting hN girl. A soon as I saw her 1 know that I br ml on 1 Kr i Ihm Idir. "And I know must baP looked HKe a fool. What could loi ir 4 .1 wiMi-- ' Nnniuiff, iwiujo he told you exjK'Pt of a groen jotmg fellow, unused ' jne . of ladles t 1 say what could to the "Have you ikhv, IU10:" cnld I"Ht. you exHtet of such a young fellow ujion " U'i Jl, Ilii luce worou mi.. In. a gn whoso fuce must have been a ptiiioan rxpiitkion. partly prklo ut boini; to tho iroallvo god ublo to iickii(ltifo thi.i he niH tlio of beauty, and with hair ah, what halrl f mnpy, iirtly Mtiurv' Its silken threads flit nnross my fis now tllkpouifort mid dim inv vision. I IU" IM1.10 fltHll liiin Hut lllt HKllll " Kit," snnl Hie old man. squinting at his mtlii'i- - fuuiy leather to nt If bo was cutting straight, t 01 Ikt boy. '" Nrt wnd " till here is Cell Ilrown what works for cnuy 1110." A v.U i I'ih". ami in.l Hponi n ' UoH: I 1 a. I ttiat liioun !" ii lu fricirti. She dropi.sl a crjcoful eourtusy -- she Mild I ut could not have dropts'd another kind- - and ' oJjuoi-- i 11I Mauri ' nd tlnTV. gave me 11 stnilo thai sspiunI to have hhootnl HoiHirt, dronx! down from the gionous brightness "Snip ib4,l, inati-'rrlinking off tttt.'' Mitui mv "tVlMt tiuKlnosM of bur Imir. my awn, I huh ih It of youi' M moiip.v man. "Zcb will eat "Kit," saul jemp " supir with us. .sho iiiu t got no mother," Hut ho ifi kdl tiHtB wlwi woahl 1nvJ ho addisl. turning to mil. "an' hnster 'tend nutdt It Mil vmn : tbrt tho monuy with uoito tor nvory thing hen. f." of lil own, but hU bicu cion btuibybU Hupper ws won nwuncoil. Iiow well I remember titkt meal, nnd how awkwardly tiki 1 apqiilt in Mil f. I turned over a upset a molasses plluhor of butler-milk- ; jug and droppcl n plate of batter cukes m m kip. Kit blutbPil and 1 knew that she wan iikhamod not "f me. hut for me. Tho old niuii hoist onl laughing. "Wy," said he. aflor he Itmi. wi'b the vloleme of his crumbs all over outburst. tiVwn W.,.r.' ktvi hainlle a J line log helthe liible. &. li Y W V V ler than yon ken .1 pji aP."' lllind Mil man. He Knew not the ctuiso I M ...Z1X n - 'iffll '"I v v'VV jart'j . v .,, -- , , Wl (.'OI.DiliiyinwIntor in a Biiuill market town; r.nmvoii the Uiiauiil. Innkitic window A Kill. of n L Si"- .-- 1M:. wM - wmmz 1 Ix-r- oilm-niio- n r WhmM 11 iiiiar-rrhoa- bo-gn- u i.it 1 wi n spirit, I" must aoy, lipid himself grpiitly ALLEGED IIUMOI. ubovo the boys who workod for him. One dny tho nld man, with great Hurry, declared that ho hud left hlH plpo ut homo. huiitm:. "I will go and bring It lor you!" I and without waiting to hour any reply, either of remonstrance or agreement, I H 1 VT. fun . Jti 1 lciijied over tho low rail fenco that sur11 brisk rounded tho mill yard, and set out at wulk along the road that wound among tho great trees. Was there ever so long a At last 1 saw tho house. Kit opened the door for me Mho blushed. 1 wondorcd why 11 .1 011 ng girl should blush upon ueclng so strapping and awkward a fellow- - I told her of my mission, nnd then we both began to talk of tho books wo hdlh loved so well. Ah I What is. sweeter, nnd what can bo purer than the uneducated backwoodsman's love of books' I suddenly thought of tho long time 1 was Htr.vlng, and sprang to my TK' feet. As I hurried nloug tho road a sweot remembrance came lo me. It was that Kit 'i 'X,wr mid should meet tho next Monday at u "Don't call 1110 Mr. Lovcll, Miss "alcoltn. place which up bud apoiiilt-d- . Call mo Cornelius!" When 1 arrived ut the mill the old man, "I'd call you Corn If- -lf " pretty nngry ho was, too, demanded the "If what, Ktholl" reason why 1 bad staid ho long. "If I thought you'd pop." "I cumo upon a man whoso wagon bnd And bo popped. broken down 111 the ro.J," I replied, "nnd A CIiim) Millie. helped him to mend it." What it bo- - yen, what 11 pardonable Ho. "Oh, I could see It for three montUs Tho cold frown of winter was softened past," ho said to n fellow passenger in a Into tho warm smllo of spring. Kit nnd I Michigan avenue ear yesterday bud oflvn met. Hho had oromlscd to bo my "Sure that the Republican were going lo win, eh I" "Just us sure ns was that I was ullvo." "Didn't never doubt I" " Never. I knew It wus to be." . "Hay. mister!" said 11 little old woman with u'laiskct on the opjioslto side, " fuller who kuows 11 thing and won t bet i".i to tlOO that bo knows it, comci mighty closo to lielng u duffer and don't you forget it!" And as he got olf the car he looked as If ho wouldn't. IMmlt 1'rte tin .Millie II II Mirers. "Do you believe inarrlngn Is 11 failure, MlssI'Iiyllisf" huuski-d- , as hu lcuncd over tho back of her chair, watching her Illy baud ply to and fro through the brighl-ol-oro-dls-tanc1 STMFORD PIKEIEQ MILL Doors, ISliiids, Veranda Work, Etc. A. C. SINE, CO. Flooring, Sidings. Ceiling, Finislnng Lumber, Mouldings, IZrnckcts, Scroll Work, Frames, Sasli, Superintendent. T GEO. D. WEAREN, Buggies, Mangr' Of the Business of Mrs. J. F. WEAIIEN, dealer in Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons Road Carts, Speeding Carts, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm "Wagons, Log Wagons, Buggy Harness, Wagon Harness, Reapers, Mowers. Hay Rakes, Grain Drills, Corn E3anters, Harrow3, Plows, Cultivators, Engines, Threshing Mi3hins3, Clover Huller3, Saw Mills, Feed Cutters, Hor3c Powers, Hay, Grain, Seeds, Coal, &c, All ol win. li lifi yM. lli'-- i r1 'I I 1 I 11 ure !' tt-t-l from tlie St ,r.. ard M .mif.iri ir of tho crmnlrr. l'it. d wool. ikx-I.t- l, pti-l;et- t. r s Hti wlfo- -I MitjK-t'ilu- b foot-stp- 11 p. 1 .i, 1 pltrusanl-coiilcmplaliu- ti 'ii 11 '. th-ei- - siru-ltria- il MM 'ymi T! 'c7mw p,ri rrTio. yr,' - " of tuy nwkwaiMiiPwt. supper Okl Hid sal down to grease After Imino strings. Kit and his infwli-utoJ- e I naturally fell into eonvrsnUon ; no, not lluid imtumtly, for tin-l.pl iDouniitiK to tuy face, and my great red Imnds Slept getting in uncU other's way. Hut muniosl to talk. e.MviA)ly when Hm glri's air bad pluceil n.e more at 1 Why lie Went Hnntli. had held lu'r I.: my linns. Old Hill Wiggins And so you ure going South to susppcted nothing; at least he said nothing, seiid the winter, Algyf but I know that in his ignorance he would llaboony Aw, yaas; my constitution, ye not consent to our marriage, Ono day when know, is too delicate to stand the wlgors of I met Kit in the woods I found her much this climate. excited. overWiggins- - Hut there's your I asked. "Whut is the matter, nngell" coat I "Oh, something awful has happened," Huboony That's just the twouble, dear sho replied "Father found the last letter boy. Nobody but a cart-macould endure you sent to me 11ml got sonip one to rpud it tho futigue of wealing that gawmeut; and to him. Ho didn't say any thing, but a yet if I stayed here I wouldn't dare lo terrible light shone in hisoyes." the streelH hi uny thing elsol " Don't iHMifruid. little girl," I said. "Ho 'r. likes me, I Hunt:, and when he sees that we Itlltlirr Ciiol. . ure determined he will gic in. There, now, Jones This is rather cool for November, don't bo ufrald.'' 1 went to tho mill ns usual the next day. isn't It, Mr. Smith. Smith No. uideeiir Several years ago, did not The old man had not arrived. 1 dread his mining. Uve liadmado mo brave. when I was 11 young man, found' it cooler He walked straight in August Hum It Is now. He came after iiwhlli? Jones You must have been searching for up tome. tho North Vole then I "(looil morning." 1 said. 1 kissed a Smith You arc mistaken. Orent Owl. be shut me! Weeka passed before I know any thing. Boston sclioolmnrm, and her spectacles froze to my mustache before our lips met. I lay In 11 little cabin where I boarded. Win.liro'ii Jfrro d. came, und I grew able to wulk about ter room. I had heard Hint Kit was a closetho A Wiionihl Toad. ly confined prisoner. One night, the night Iocal nutlquiiriaas and zoologists arc entioforo I'hrUtniHs, there came a violent chanted at present with u live load found opened the door and in the course of railway exenvutldns ut knock ut my door staggered back It was Old Hill. tJreenock, Scotland The toad Is from "Kit WHUtH to see vou," he said. "I to :).O00 years old, us tho stratum of clay brought the wagon. Come." in which it was found eortaluly dates from ' 1 went with hint. Neither of us sjiokc. the glacial i'iiod. Its mouth is sealed up. Whun we rpuched tho house I could hardlv It breathes slightly through the nostrils 1 wput hi. Thpro and, though tho eyes arc quite expressive, mount tho door-stpwas Kit lying on a bed. Oh, what u change. It does not seem to spp. Srlent(flr American. 1 sank upon my knees at the bedside, and IIcili; in; on a lift. tried to take her wasted hands, but she "Holloa, llronile.v, that Isn't the fair wound her arm about my neck. My fuco You promised that if your side lost lay 111111 tho glorious hair I nun which the thing Millie, whun I first saw her, had seemed to tho election, you'd shavo oft your whls- i fur-line- d n I 1 1 'JO,-(p 1 "Kir wsvii to ssr. igyj ll I lrr))f." I , "Really, Mr. Dukes," was the hesitating reply, "I have never had uu adequate opportunity of tpstlug that Is i prefer not to express 1111 opinion until " "Miss Phyllis," he kindly Interrupted her, "you express my own opinion exactly. When shall wo enter upon the experiment " "Whenever you like," wus the demure reply. Jmloc ' - JLInTID- - ' Mens and Women's Bro-gaKip, Calf & Grain. We are sole Agents for the ns Well D. Known WHTER-PROOF Buell's BOQTS. RUBBER-LINE- BRUCE &McRQBERTS. NEW FURNITURE STORE ! MA'f'TC H10FFMAK, PROP, m8SMtt&W!Qe& w Imnl mix iiiur yoanii fciicr to buy 'Win' praK. fur lilt mother Ami bo bail logo mid the nniHi. 10 tfp r. liiHiic wall him timi nifcht t'.:' n thlnp tf Ihfj ibHi't hlp." Now. tu bow tut.y It would have bou for Itobcrt to liuv toil Hicin. nil Iim Im)V would hnvo Hut t. vwuhin t ; bo lilted Mini no inmv. Hw boy to think HV ..in. Ins was ht very own. b - a :.litiiitiK Ht all," 'Milin't iibseri-- l'at. "Oh, well," ail JmiJ. Hhj uldor Uy, " 1(hio Him hIoiip. I dmit want any otto to io iwiM-voii- f "llwM'," rrnil it." And ho took 1! iix-h- . then ho thought: "I ilana. t'io unije of a will oulj 'bo toupenec, Tlien, ih (jiin '.; as i:atiilu: "Hut tho twoji'iieo If ml )onr own,"' darted thVougb li. uiind An! lion : H'mi shame for a boy t.i bo t m idiort of uiouuy us 1 weroargu-lu- g urn." It hp'iuiiI u if two vol witbni him " It in to :ln und miihi.' lu.stn homo." hi butter self . 1? WlllflpPI-UiI',0 '"'I'Vt a ' ia.-teakIiii-llug.- " Kn'on-groi-or'- It f r m iinnily; "hero I111 It ixwket. And rar '(Viiiip a'o'ig in " he hald to his companI'll s;ii' I vopeni'o, and wo pun got ion ulot or h woof for lbaL" "I'd give my p i.n..'' suld M.auriPp, "but our llttlu Hosic, sii does want a pointy dull n' K and I'm KOi"!,' t" '! "" ""f " ' Ah! bow Hobert's heart xmoto him. What was ho doing with lilt, h ster'a money I Hut It was too Into now, or ho ho thought. The twoiKjnco was on tho counter, and tliu woman wis weighing tho Rwcots. 'lhey won pipiiilly divided, and Hob parted f Pom inn f.P'iiis. Ho put a big Bwcot.lnto bis tumuli a In" uuiUeil along "Tlwo follows iiM-nil.'," bo thought, "but tills is lo uticniiiinonly misty." Ah, Hob t thouweet wiis tho nume, but bow did you coma by" It) ho, ta-itO.HMidothogroen-grocor'sH'ibPrtiitopiHsl, jwor llltlo ami thruHt Ids hands intot'iJ ruluiig iln'iii out ItocliOtH or Ins uain Imstily, u blank loo't pussed o.vr IiIh fiu-e- . woman given lnm AVIiat'lm tho sweot-sho- p Si.kjiio", a threepenny bit nn I'liutigof 1 :, lie rcnr'Mi'irivd noticing tho bit. it wa so lingUt Hut it AVrotcllod lllli lunii'd bis pocket insidJ out TliPrn was a llltlo bolo hi t.io iw.toin. 11l.11! "W.ia- ir o I logo luck!" Iik thongat "Of nnwi it is pickisl HisldB. it was gattliig up by thwli u. dark, s.'vi'iipunoo o.ilyl Wlnt jood to nsk about It. ;.m;i,i' .'Jtlli ho weutln, unit In .1 tremblim; vif s Inn imsl the prion. "A shilling til" Himtiiiwt bui'i'li.'' lvplied inn groii volvo; "and ton tho greoo-groicheap bV Imlf." HaVPii't y4 o e f iTiPtPiipeiii'ol" vont. and 11 pJiinv. throepeiiu.v va goito! 1 er uri-- 1Mb. whispered. Wull, Imcii'tli" i Slie pressed me closer. "Yes, but j'ou've shaved off both of "AligM." I whloreil. them." $ iff! ( 'loser she pressed me ctOMir, closer, and "On, that's all light. I lost tho other BmLW'jmojJXZs.rxMrvw mr .&K7g&xwj" i Jiv't then the pressure was gone -- the urius fell. one in the same kind of a bet with Uarrin-ger.- " 1 7'ime. don't know how long I knelt there, but when 1 lifted un head tho sunlight of 11 A Cnoil Title. isso, glorious Christmas morning streamed " 1 think," tho pool said, " I'll call vou," through the window. .Ust then 11 man bnve some IkxiIo that 1 csu My book of poems .liitinmi Ltatu, I hate a few von okl wihm full "I.jok here," ho sitid, opening tho stw mcl For then the sad condition that of poetry nnd songs. I bad giHt work, I door. I iookod (Hit and saw Old Hill hangSly heart so soroly grieves know. In pii!is tp.ig on of tbotu. It was at ing from a trim. 'Will be confronted and removed bpcomo II Unw wIipii listther had siiddeub "Tho mill ixiys," tho man whlsiiered roruiitumii leaves, 'tis sard, one 1. Hivah. oarte. Father's passion for homo strings However soared they chance to be, (bore she gave tho okl tiuiii .1 glamo or Will keep constantly on hand a large and Eelect line of Furniture Aro largely red!" iintnr.illy drove I1I111 to my eltoico SPICE OF THE SEASON. Iltiriitr' llaiar. book, tiouml 111 leather. He wanlod tho and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods Tue Clirtstma time oomos on apace mid hludiUM for hume strmirs. nnd 1 do believe can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conTlio liny inul Iiiu lion. suiirllleojl charily begins to hum. Hint the book wouhl Iwve The shooting season has set in, and tho vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. Tin; pret mat thing in u stoeklnj; Clirist-mu- s Imd 1 not Kuccewleii in pprhumtiug him that average Texas boy begins to worry tho llfo morning U a pretty girl's foot. tin) bludlntr was not tiong enough foi his out of bis parents for a gnu, with which he puriKWo." Witrv Kris Krluglo eomos down tho will doubtless create much devastation. Wo bud tnlhod but n llUlo wbllu longer dimmer it soots Ki1s mid the child ion us "I'a," said littlo Tommy Yerger, "can't when Hie oiii 1111111 go', up. put his can of wull. yon spare money enough to buy mo u gun I" i . -- aid to oribe of (iurmuti Santa Ci.iu." is "My sou, 1 jni going to get you tigun gin, ills favorite oath, Wo presume, Is when 1 can spare a boy, but not before." (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) ' ' Hy Cllluiuoy." Ttrn Sltiiiu. FA VOU I IK LINK IIETWI.IN i'HE NORTH AND SOUTH Tin: pawtibroitor knows Hint .Christmas , A Settlriiioiit. is coming; and so does the young mail and Sinllli Say, Jones, give mo a couple of, LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA. sa does tho girl. dollars, will you! IN as ii HOURS. A r.u r.THit i dh.no got so muny t'hrist-ma- s Jones- - Certainly. sbpiH)i that lie said: "Do ladies think Smith Thanks. That will maku four I Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. me ii centipede!" owe you. A CinttsTMis hello The girl with tho I will owe me Jones THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. always ehhno in mean thatYou ure to keep the nothing. ring In her voice who will you two dollars when any thing is tolled. 'V FI H3 TJCX AS S HO UT 1 AX JO- you borrowed n year ago us a gift. Life. Willi many people Christmas presents r A Sure .Sign. will only come through tho imagination, "Any important news in railroad circles which will enalile tnem to exhibit great presto day I" asked the editor, as Faber rushed CONDENSED TIME TABLE EFFECT IN SEP. 16, 1888. ents of mind. Tit cm: is uothiiii: the matter with the into the ofhco and hastily began to scribblo ItlCAX) XTP. small boy who presents his mother with u on a pad. RI0A3DXOV3sT. a frightful accident "Yes, there pair of full slippers for Christmas. Hois down the roadmut bewhen 1 called "KAT5iT NWPTT" w-r- l "TraTns hoJTiT for at the I ""r just a smart boy, that is all. "No. 6. No. j. No. i. No. 7. .HO. 1. .VoTTpjo. 8. nfilee was told there was no Information STATIONS. NV. i I ( j( I Dally. I Tjn: eustoiuof haviuga rousing big Christ- for tho press I'ueJ:. D;aily Daily. Daily. Daily. Daily Kx. Sun, D.iily. mas dinner is not only an ancient one, but . iii a m I.'ve Lincinnaii . .. A'rv 640am 641pm 10 is a in 600 p to H 17 A Mnall I'aiur. 03 ji in Sxpin, 7 ss it is tho most universal of u..y custom S i. wWlllianmtown, .!. ve 5 ija nit 33a ml 4 i p in 95.tnni J 47 P m 0 35 l" Ho Darling, I love you I known to the civilized world. ' .Oeorgelouii. 4 10:1 to S9 n in 703 ji in 10,17 p m 711am 30s p tn ' 48 am; 4'Spjn1 7 00 a m j 40 p m She I lovoyou, too. oil trusts, rubber trusts, coal a '" 5 PJ1 7 is P"1 " j Tn k about iijjop "IVAIt, fOI.KS, IT'rl He 1 know it, sweetest ; und that Is why 1 It. 15. An 6 jo am 7 10 pm 9 40 a m 7.' 440pm 810 pm 7 10 ma l.v, Lou., Lou tnista. ete., as much as on like, but what ',v jl'5!.'""! 3 3? P i" i jo a m 10 50 n m .r. liurgiu 8 37 p m iji4ii a holiday tune is a turkey or want you to do me a great favor. grease on a shelf," washed bis hands in a wo want ubout ' p Iliirgm.... .....Arr Sho Willingly. 3 17 p in" S 45 li J2 pin 845 pin 11 on m 11 17 am I.tu goo'.e trussed. flwiow ' 'nrlrr. j mii In which ho hod soaked the leather, . j jo a m 111. p m i Dam llle... t.lSa m He Tell your sister Maude that I want" IJSopni 8 5' p ill la t6 .1 m .,........ IU Mr.sinr.it that a Chritmas gift gams and l'cmurkud : m 1 5JaP in1 1 00 p City. S una t J.i m 1 JunLtinn n p 0 lop m l 30a m'li 4S ' '"' . u 11 os H in Kit, we've no liiug In Mignillcanco by being costly, und to marry her. 7Vm. 15 p m ........ 1 os a in loopiu "Willi, folk, its I ou p iMiicrei.... tlald.ilc....,, 7 as a m II 50 p bussl) out early In tho inawnln'1 that to seek to outdo others in jiocuiifiiry jasani' i115am Ar'v.. C'liattunuuEii, . ..I.'vc o 30 p in 117 p$na tn got ter 8 15 a p Wire 1 am afraid, my dear, that Clara's' o 00 pin 610 pm. Si w 4 ma m ....... 40 .eb, we've got u good deal o' .sawin' to do outlay, simply beculiso' you have tho means, quarrel with young Mr. Samp'sou Is u very ....... 910am 7 on m l,'ve...ClntUoosn. ...Ar'v 5 4SP"i 7 j$ a is vuigur. ... .Alt.sll.1 ..w I 00 p mi 9 49 p m Ar'v tomorror." 41 p m 4 47 R . serious mutter. j' ... 1 jj p n s 00 p in in Ilirniiiutiain "An, my toii." said tho inhibitor, "I'm 345 p it 45 p m j I.' ......Tuscaloosa.., I know what this meant and Iiumedlatoly -- Nonsense; they will be nsdo-- J 41 n m 02 m , (1 15 p 30 a took uiv departure. The night wns beauti- glad lo see you in the Suuda.i school at last. voted us ever in u few days. J as pui 4 lsamiAr'v....Mcruli.in ....l.'vc is a m tooop tn "Yes, sir." ful at least, it must have been. 1 don't Is this your llrsl Sunday."' -- . uils-- i 63011 in 11 00 a m'Ar'v.Ne ()rjean ...l.'e 9 on pin 3 3jp in .1 Wife No, Jolin.'l think you are y fi pm 5 10 a 111, 1,'vc,.. ...Meridian.. ....Ar'v see how there iiiulil, ut that time, have "How do j ou like nl" "Oh, guess 1 kin taken. No girl will quarrel with her lover' jaci.son.., ...Ar'v ... .,..., o top in ...' 9 to a in 1. ve any other than a beautiful night. Tho Btaiul it liunl alter tho Chilstnus trPO." been just before Christum unless there "ire1 , ... ... 4 (o pin 11 50 a in l.'ve....VTcliliursv .....'.... weather wus cold, and I don't know but a Monroe... an pin Ive ; 10 5 a m good and Milllcleiit reasons for it. I fiio a m ... 8 15 p ni'Ar'v.. .Shrevepirt. As CiiuisTMis iipproaelieH, the young sleet was falling, yet, abovo it all, nrises tho LiNiii.oni) (to porter) "See Ifi me the uiglit was beautiful. n toasting his toes, and Host ON man who has lid fact that to Mann llomloir Mullet Sleepin Car on all ir.iinn beat parlor sofa, tries tho gentlemen in parlor F have finished disI do not think that I was so handy at my Ioucglng on tlr I) (J KDWAltD, (lent Krt. .V lam. Act JOHN C.OAU IT. General Alanafier, work tho ucxt day, for onco Old Hill cried to got lipn ijinirrcl uilh his gir so us to cussing their dinner." l'orter (returned) R. CAKHQI I. Heneral Siiperinlendciil lxrtiMii. Ajt J (JllNl.AN.tict). out: "Look sharp thar, Zeb, whut uir you escape bankrupnug himself (ni u Christinas "Doy is frit eatln', boss, but they iilnl near General OITice. St, I'aul IliuldinK, Wtil Kourth Street, Cincinnati Ohf dono cussin' ylt,' present. sttudvin' about I" MoVKTini: C'larksby "Owd morning, lllind old man. He did not know. x Wiik.v a confused roporter at a swell I waited nnd waited for the old mnn to Mrs.Ondby. Shopping, 1 see I" Mrs.Oadby against the piano keys, party "Yes; Tie been picking up u fow little makingstumblednoise, bo explained that Ids mo to Ins nonso again, hut ho did not. ask ii loud 0. "I haven't tho neighborhood wus things for Christmas. v iltiw-lioAny in wnicoiuo there. bu. us I previously ro seen Mr Uadby on 'change' lately." Mrs. business was taking notes. ltMh Keeping, Short JTatul, Ttlrgraphy.Ae m W I MmMtM E 9 IV I ll'WtB for Catalofue antt full information. Li M.itin of Orleans Molasses candy. marked, Old HiU. with i.jiteun un- - iuprlcan U. (laconical! ) -- " I havof fall. "Angel," kcr." I ' r&aftt xWtswWMmf O'lf mmm Wr!) i ' i mis-plli- QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Iff &Ml .;Xr:&i&pr vOLJ m . Jr 1 111 111 IIPU-TIM- . i'5 111 Ja 111 111 1 111 111 111 bed-tim- 1 111 ...' 111 111 111 " 1 111 -- 111 1 11 ..nil -.- . 1 1 y BRYANT & STRATTON Business Gollege IKC VU IO I IP W ; i r. tykMmtf' Semi-Weekly iMMMn t tiw A InteriorJournal MEETINC. Tnlra. It was in tho Hoffman house. "1 onco owned a cat," said a 6trnngcr from tlit blue grass regions, "that lived on corn not tho distilled kind, butrcgti-In- r Two Cuto Ct DILL NYE INTERVIEWS SULLIVAN. "Not His Own." I Concluded from 5th page. urocn-.groce- STOCKHOLDERS' A 'r raeetngof th slockhrldcrs of ih National OI1 j, tieciiuso I saw licr eatillfT it. IJllt I of Hitonvillc will he held at their hanking watched Iter oue day and found that alio liousein ilutoallleoii the ad Tuesday in J'" just took tllO Com in her month and iary, 1SSS3, forthe purpose ofclectiiig nine Direct. didn't HWUllow it. I followed licriiroiltlll, mid sure's I stand hero thatcat went into iorve the ctniiinj; year. J v nocKKli, c.nher sj another yard where tliero were lots of - pigeons nnd spread tlto corn in front of nn old water barrel. After she'd got her 5TOCKHOLDbR5 MbETINC. imjtBOtni right sho'd crouch behind tho harrel ami xunce upon tno nrst pigeon that camo within reach of her paw. She "A raeeting of tin- - loet.hoIHcrs of the Kit 't National Dank will lie held at thtir b.inlmu houvo in was a cat n3 was u cat." stranger, with n "Yes." assented tho Stanford on the ad I'uevlaj- in January, 1SJ1, for smile, "but she was nothing to he purpose of electing cleeti Directors to erve sarcastic tlto cats I've seen in Texas. I remember (lie cunning year. my father had an old brindlc cat that JIION I MrROIlFK IS, Cashier. f; had tho true sorting blood in her veins. Sho'd scorn to set a trap for nnvthlng. would sooner starve than Itsh for I and dinner with bait. I was a little felher low at the time, and my chief amusement was breaking windows with a tiny I am Aent for W T Woodward's l)ow nml arrows my grandfather mado ! me. Tho cat and I were great chums, and she used to follow mo liko a dog 'Wl.vch commences Keb. S, 1889. Thoso desiring whenever 1 went out with tho Ikdw. One iKud fur n lone time that the cat lived cracked corn that Is to say, I Blip nni ' about to death.'' "Oh. certainly certainly The pa iters am hat always stixxl In witli me. rtul know tlutt II jerk ready to tell what literatoor nut of the soup." "Well. now. colonel, would you mind telling me whether your work it Inspira-tioiiior M'ifunctoryV" "No It's initio of them at all. At least that's mv idea about it. The janitor 'tends to that. jot write." I I il tiifnriniitliiii AImuiI ,1111111 U'a l.ltemry Life. "If not risking too much colonel," 1 said, scratching a match on the leg of tVe great litterateur and lighlin;: my cigar with it, "I would like to know your literary habits and bourn of work, together with your portrait for publication. It would do no harm at all. ami it would tirl.te the trading public just Some IiitervMliig I TO HQRSEjMCENT COSIUIXATIOX SALE entry blanks can obtain them by addressing me W.M. RL'E, Tntiies close January t, i8Sy. t)anille, Ky 8j 331ia Grass ITiarssrios FALL, dG83. Small Kruits, Asparagus, vcrything usually found in sikIi an establish-ntnt- . Trues low Wc pay no A full stock tatenis I.criptic ataloguc on application ti i' if 11 knmkm:k. Lexington, Ky 87 1 IFruitand Ornamental Trees of All Kinds. Vines, and Crape day tho cat disappeared, together with tho bow anil arrows, and it wasn't long afterward before we liogan to tiiid deatl birds piled up in stacks on the back 6toop. The mystery was sohed one morning when" the cat was detected coming home with a brace of wild geese Biting over her back. From that time out my principal delight was to go out shooting witli tho cat. She became one of tho llnest shots in Texas, and kept the familv well supplied with game. She died liko a true siiorUinnn, witli her toot9 on. It happened that when she was out after bigger gntno than usual the gun burst I mean the bow burst well, anyhow, good evening, gentlemen. I have an appointment witli a bookmaker who owes me a little balance of $10,000 on yesterday's races. Sorry 1 can't staj longer. rwur. I'rteo a ear. Four months' trial, II. MLXN i. CO., I'L'ULlsutlte, XI Uroadway, N.T. It the oldft and most popular scientific and locclmnleat paper published and has the largest rnvnlallonof any paper of ltn class In tho world.s. iFnllr Illustrated. Itest class of Wood Knurar-nPublished -- weekly. Send for specimen IU1LDERQ Edition of Scientific American. A trreat success. Each Issue contain colored 'ilthotirapblu plates oj countrrana cltr resident res or putillc butlillnca. Numerous engraving and full plan nnd specifications for tho use of year, "iiehiisconleiniilntnhulldlni!. I'rlce ML' .N.N A CO., I'CllUsnillS. U els. u cup). V DATENTSi by apply- to J1UNN Co.. who tiflitnver 0 years' experience and hare made oyer rm. fsa 1UUI" applications lor American Send for M elt-- patents. confidential.Handbook. u" strictly I Corrcs-wndeo- your mark Is not registered In the ratCo., and procure apply to Ml'V.N lin Office, protection. Send for Handbook. imiuedlato COl'YRHJIITS for books, charts, maps, TRADE MARKS. In case etc qulckl) pmcuied. Address J1IJ.NX V CO., Vnlcnl Solicitor. (ir.NEiiAt. orricc. au Iiho.ujwav, N. Y JESSE J. THOMPSON, "Who was that?" asked tho Kentuok-ian- , gasping for breath ami swallowing a tumbler of water in his excitement. "That," said the liartendor, making ' "Yen." another chalk mark on the lonj row. t "Well, now, you understand, if one "that was Col. Tom Ochiltree." Mr. writer nuts bit'ftvt in hot .water witli l Grundy. in it und tic a red ynrtutring nrotmil hi.i thumb. wcta':e that and untA Counterfeit I'rcsentiuent. il with ourother in fortn.it ion. untitling we get gtssl itiea of how to do tiny kind of writing. .oalso want to know. as say, now uiougiiu come 10 eacn in-- , ernry wonder, and w I iwk you that question. Do your licst thoughts come 1 to vou early in the moniimr. when the dew is on the heather und the little song birds are paving attention to each other, or at eventide, when the shrill cry of the dowdnd It Ixirne ncrot the lxom of the silent night':" "Oh, now you touch me. I get n: to your under cut st le. Yes. of course. Christopher Columbus ye. You talk like Svlvautis Cobb that I'll bo m tic swear at first 1 didn't follow you r.t all. Well. I think mv lct thought i in the morning, In the evening my thinker it confused. wuuiii raincr io wuneuung else in the evening. Morning it good enough for me. When I was in Franco. ono morning ljst t.ummer. quite early. about daylight, after having fun with hail a bully thought. Mr. Mitchell. thought I would go home. I'm glad I did it always will Ik? glad. 1 think it "I know; hut is your work easy? Do you write rapidly at Ilowells ami 1 do, or it it 111..' having a felon? In other words, do the children of your brain kevp you awake nights? lo you write ti sentence and then go to the uo4pit.il, or do you turn out copy by tho jxiund?" "Oh. yes. of cotir.se. That's it. 1 always dill turn out my stuir by the pou:ul. I didn't understand you r.t Ihst. Yet, my woik for t!iemcr and knocks the spiral sprinpt out or me." 'One more (tiestion, colonel," I went on. as I nte a lev c.inimelt from the half open drawer of his desk: "hou'dixsn thought lirst come to you? Does it come Rtonltliilt mmii rmiflni un It rp.'irlii" Drowning, or it It Iwrn with a full set or teeth and side whiskers, as it comes to the think tank of Um Teiinvsonf" ! Mti't I ,mi.kw I iimi't tiiinl.1.. !i.iii. seem to sjibby, as we tny. I thought you came here to talk aliut litcruloor ami thingt." "Well, I did, colomd- -l did. Hut what the jKHiple want to know is your methods of thought, so that they can tlo it themselves. Sec? As soon 11s the young writers know how a think istliottglit the dillieultv is over. Well, now wo aim to get all the various methods together and H then u writer has ii'--'hi v to himself if he doot.11 UK WltlTitS BV TIIK IVt'NO. ' & ' . inti.-.tan- 11 1 J , 1 I r. "Hevenpenro I" almost shouted tho "Weill What noxll 'Have, yo got 'any pineapples or Rrupes to )tt away I' I wonder jou huvo not itltttl me " I'cor Hob win out of tho shop like a shot before he could say tnoro. "1 say, John," culled out the greengrocer's more unliable spouse from tho lit tlo room lii'lilml the thep, "you shnuldn't have spoke so rough, you shnuldn't, now. That tliero was tho little, boy of tho widow as lodges over Mrs. Proctor's shop I dure-stihe wanted iho gmivt for his run. .Sho do full very much, they say." "Hoy of the widow," replied her husband, In 11 unifl but slluhtjv relenting voice. "How was 1 to know "tli.it f Iloyt It all alike, und bother ciiouk'i tit all times." Quite u mile and 11 halt from the town on tho hljih road was jwor little, boy wiunlcts Ing on he knew not where When ho loft the green rover's lilt heart kccuied to die within him. (Utterly Indeed did ho.rcicnt his fault. Most tenderly did he love1 hU mother, mid his youiiK mind wuh full of soninv at the thought tiiutslie would not huvo the fruit which ho l.new winml ivfreah her through the night "Oh! I wish I'd thought ef It hefcre. 1 can't go I1011K'," ho tuiiil to himself, und on ho wandered. Hut It was Kottlng very Uurir, nnd he was cold und (tigltteiird, tvluin n wukou eomiui; aloiip; the roud nlopixs.! close to him Koniuthliig wus wrong with the harness, und a wusoacr with 11 cherry oico called out: "Hullo, Isiy! You come and help I." t, Hob, though small, wus luitidy nnd nnd hclxil with a will Hut now and then u sob burnt from him Unit ho could control, ami, 011 tlio wutMiier's ttirnitiK -- Hullo! ' lantern hill on liltn, with U but tip!" youiignter conseienco- htricken Hob told Itlin nil. Tho mini listened putletitly, nnd then, bursting Into n gruff laugh, suld: "And so you thought to nieiut uuittcts by niuuliig away! And I siiptxise you think that us your mother's cot to p without her grapes, you'd better foller it U by. losing her Imy for her, toot Well, that's sensible, thut is. nnd likely to do lu--r u xiwer o' good, 1 should suy! No, no; riKhtS right, und wronit's wronij, any dnv And 1 tell 'it wlm'." Iw mWcil. tumbling In hit cup-clolKK,;ot' -- thrwepeui yop leal of your sis toril ,m,0t ,! tviMvu-- .ou np'tit ef whut wasn't your own, ihut'il w or In mg yo fortune, ncer In tin, world. Two und threo mni." Hie, ami (irn's llifnencv for ye," continued tin- - hoiiot w.mtr. with a slight siuh. thrustlag the iK'iiee into the boy's lmnil. "There, somuthiuir will huve to lie done without. Unit's till," ho suld. us if tn lilft.hi.lr III lit, ltti.l.ff .in., , l,,if lt' ff.t thc wMow anA orlImn, ut)(l 1 K,vrH ,t wrU inp 1 ,, Alld thlMl , ,, xvr. ti,vlJcii tone t0 Hob: "And o:t juniii 111. young master, and I'll put you down ut your tloor and see ou In." "Oil. tliunl; you, liuink vou!" said Hob. "Now I've irot the tmmey I don't mind." "Mind jou up and tell 'em the whole truth about ll ut ouee," said the man. rather sternly; "do yo hear me, ut onco I" Shortly uftnr Agii'M was litigKini; in her arms u very icnitcnt mid nearly frozen little boy, und only half heanl the cheery ''Uood-nlKhmiss," of the kindly wunon-e- r who hul tirouzht ltoberf to his riuht mind und to hit home Mnny and many n time did tney looit out for him, un.l Ilotiert never forpil that ufterinxni und tho good lesson in a few liotnolv words he hud received. Hut they never saw hlui nyr.in UttU lull.. y 11 SEASONABLE STYLES IN FAIJL AND WINTI2R We Invito Attcnt'on tc cr;; C''u. etc .'n.'. Stock of GCMISKS. OvufvV.7 Sclocted MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS SltSrtH. Collaru. Cuiih. Neckwear, &c. Iii All (lie Ai)iiroc Styles from 50c lo $5. The r.arjjesl Stock of ! "t TRUNKS & VALISES 11 Comprising Extcnsivejlines of Newest and most Fashionable Ladies' Shoes, Gents' Boots and Shoes, Children and Baby Shoes, Rubbers, Overslnei, Ej. THy.i'i r x'j'orr j at 2i;, LUm' da. 25, Mt3303' 23. FOOTWEAR, ! In tliis Section ofthc Country. THE PRICES ARE LOW No ono can soil you RESPECTABLE Goods Choapor. Wo doubt if you can find anyone wJI'Ins to moot our prlcos in Qualities NEAK'.f ac Cood. THESE GOODS AK3 BARGAINS. Yi.il ui iron nn t n lp lot No'h'iu old ' oii " 1 ji it y tit! Cent" to c liuxf Ti.itii l.i No , u 00 know ri'tsrrpre f litiition TBY TJS, POTTE TJS, VOTJT'uI, BE CLAD. Respectfully, t, CALDWELL&LANIER MMM m "MMSSSHBM SHMHM MMMMMMnMnMSWHSW ikss M BBSaMH lMSSSSSSSSSSSSSlSSSSHmsHSBS 1 1 I saved mv life." . "Yes!'' H "t 'in t cu'timns nl ll. fur Mi m t ,,i-- t outimiall. c n.tr V nj Sh unpn' ing ll .K m tinrivr stlf I liankili pi- I '.rral p.itrrniip I s Mil t u I h to all xiais: ivxost OSfi Sflff AUf. 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It Is the One i, Only Taper that can All the place of wltcre only oue can be afforded. cr ki 1 1 costs ?1. 15 a year, yet renders a .quul to that obtained at from two to live times that mm through other journal". Economically it is thc Cheapest, because thc Largest nnd Best. Thc best evidence i eomjiarison or trial, Get n sample copy free, or hand your subbcription to agent or thc postmaster. A com-jiariointlo-,cudcsov-sera- ""Well, colonel, let me ask you, In your formation. One gain so much byuttrltloti. alter icorceousiv aiitrett. 10 vounc b. what writers do you rend most to ; " ' " lady at liallMay I have ze. plaiseo'r to U ink Voting Lady-W- ell, really, sir. my Pvo vou style and finish? Uo you prefer Y,,. Tmit to the old Ionics of nlmost fprjttcii lore? card is about full, and Waiter-- To bring 7.0 cup of wonffce? llV" "!! J.i"" "?"'!'. MOli. l'uris, .J.,.. I'arU' Cut, I yr for- " ) ictuiK ijiuv lutscovcriui: 111s itientitv) get It! We were there nine delightful duyi such men 11s iiamcs.' Certainly, stupid. Harpcr'a llazar. "I don't care a cum for the nharmacv and spent ttcicn of them at Wotth'n think or It!" follow you stieak of so fur us that goes, "And you Hpcut mime time in Iititlonl" a mul s for .ninw i'vo nHnvs atid he In t.10 liall and nailed in n conspicuous ought to br doin' time in Missouri liftoen it "Oh, jes; three whole week", nml really Ik quite reinurkublo how plainly IxinUoii Im.ilx- v..is ,1 iKKini tixjn wiuuii win paMci veaiM ai;o, no niirprtacd every We ludlcH drvsM a long and fotmidable bet of rulra Hint Well, colom I, sou just n mkhi time we rode In the wen' lint don,'l think p.u-would have tcrritled nnv northern viiitor give i.ie an idea of your literary habits 1 over ate Min.li ilolii Ikiis Miups as wo hud entering Helena for the tlrst time. Tlie right through, nay for ono day?" there. We have talkctl ulxmt them over . following extracts from the rules I here I get up tolerable "Yew. tif quote from memory for (lie purjxiso of early and stay up toleir.lde late. I Ket since." you f.itmjus water"Did affording the reader some idea of tho up whe I feel Iil;e it. under my prcNent ing iilutvsf"ko to tiny of tho exact nature of the regulations of the literary ti. I gather Tlien up tiling's "Oh, yes; to hotel in question ns they nppenred in I've hheil tlie night before and put them nj;alii we were qtiito a uutnlier, and there htirprlfied. The kidiort at print: on for the day. I do not drink any Newport und IUr Hiirlior dross m very . I fiesta must jicny up "JJulo dolar mo'-c- but the night air is Union me, nnd much tuoieuuil in o tnui li hotter tasto than mil (i hits before siniu the iiook." then' don't seem to In' em thing cLu for at English Miuuncr reverts. It in really '.Short hits dont icownt heir. No nick-- 1 a man t. breathe after dark.ui I breathe nuito how ureal the (lUTaroneij or k.qier t.enti taken. largiMputiuiues 01 it. men come nome ' u,." "ileutM will levotlinr wcepinsso'sthoy'I I.dnd of wandcrin' in my mind and put 'oil didn't Ret to Koine; did you I" tot go oil in the nite. my watcli in the water pitcher to cool it " Oh, J ; but we. found it vety dull there. towl will be found ncer wa tilt, ttnd seek to bury my brow in my Do you know I actually tqxtnt three of the "Siiiw i: rring tror. vest jKcl:et." four days wan there to Ing to llnd u mil"No iltin or sliutin allowed in the bed "Did you ever wiito for the inaga- - liner who could tut '.: me a decent bonnet i'tmics. and luul to give it ii ut hut. Oh, Homo ih ziner" (jcstJ niiibt sine than nr.ms evry dav "No. I have never wrote for the maga-- horrid. Hut, tulto it nil In all, Ktirupo is I was afntid thoy might print i pay accoidinglj. churming und you've no ideu how It broad7.ino. "Etiny gost how isnt Nitisfyd with my httiff on account of my jiopularity, ens and expand one's iiitud to xpend a these roola uuistinoM.'yorBtninlthuhniiB-qtifiicrti.- " atid want to be judged 0:1 my iniritri. reason or two abroad." Time. Iltatoii Couiiur. I Iiavo (ought my way to tin front, as Mirry The hpoi.o. you may say, ami have convinced a good "Think twice before you spink onco" ( innny jMiipIe right in th" face and eyes Tim Klmt f iIIokj Hint I'aj.. hits heeu u thousand mlu'c withwry large of opposition. ofI've got where 1 am 1'etie. an oldjuntilled. thut the thoughtless Keixirter Thore U not r It is times my grandfather, out the use Ir.uue whose toiigueeontlutiullyleailshliii uwuy. No; I'rofeiifi.r Iirallvcr I'm lien on tlio (lenniieklo of tame with Mjiuizcr Mr. Juuics T. Fields relates un anecdote doean't generally draw mucli of a crowd. my feet liangiu' over the aige, not Iioetiz of uu Enis'llsh (;uest who at hrenkfust I was a Van Tinkeylxh or a Kill Yon Uenortor Vv'lwt Ih Ids profession'r tuhle declined suintr with his coffee. Professor Cull, but liecitz I got there with my bare ?'.magT Anthropotogy. "I ueser take suKuruuluss thc coffee is Yon liaihls in the face of opposition. imx the hall tor even-iliniurtii very, verv had indeed,. oil know," said ho. lie x.ill no doubt lo greeted with hear 1110 toot! Wltat I've wrote has Ijoen Presents he added, after 11st In lt the and puro soul, tho gushthe throbbin'sof a big liouw. in'nor a big rctl Iieait, tho drippin'n of cofTee-r. May I trouble ou forthosugur?" Uoportcr What Id", specialty? On mi' with this blunder is the story of Malinger rUtloIogv. Yankee Illadev more honest brain dressin' tlian you'd an Atnciicau who was break fust ing with a j generally stagger up against in a day's friend, and 10 the suiptiHO of his hostess, ' lneander." Knslnrss sa. rieasnre. declined coffee. "True true." "I thought jou mways took III" said she. Mother wood ess me! Is that Ireno "You bet your third stomach it's true." ' ho said, jocosely, "but "1 ut tho pi.uio'.- "Ilut now to return to your habits; do that'sdo ut home, wife kivcs me bo llttlo to because, my I.ittle Son Yes. ma. you notice that you think better or more "Well, go ask her what sho is doing. durable thoughts if you adhere to a cer- - eat. When there isn't much for breukfast " I tako codec in she can keep on until tain stylo or diet? ' If she is practicing, The con vernation drifted into some Intho hour is up: but if she is playing, tell "Which':" channel, und her to stop." Philadelphia Kecord. "Do you. I ask, notico that your teresting excuse. Lnter,he quite forgot his facetious thoughts are of a higher order and of the coffco strucft him when tho aroma more und more ranker. n3 you might say, If you eat A r.cnimn Compliment. temptingly, he turned to his hostess, ' or endogenous food? "No; I don't envo in. I lose my nnte r. 4f .J "Mrs. A., I .should so much liko a cup of on that. Shako 'em up onct more, will coffee." you?" Ills feelings may be Imagined at tho "I nay do you think freer and moni burst of liiuuhtcr which followed his blunluxuriously when you confine yourself dering remark. Ou'den Dau: nlmost exclusively to carnivorous food, staple groceries or tho flora and fauna cf Boston?" Distanced In the Race. "That's twice I drawn, widout fillln'. Why should Dr. I'ieretr' medicines not Ji.Lnac Take tho buttons." are doamount of " Wcii. do you eat oatmeal or pork and all competitors Inare the onlysales, as they sold by tncdiilnes since they I ( -- . "Yes!!!" It llroitilriieil Iter. "You enjoyed your hummer abroad, didn't you, Sirs. Moneybuggf" " Oh, very, ray much. Indeed Wo hud a cliarmiui: time unit acquired si such In! PRICES CUT IN TWO. I ...,.. HP" ";-".".''.- " 'T! itl Jn;o7lltr ,V;, liiiM lu'cn for pIi'mmi montl.N M'ttinir m s own prici on in my foo(l., hut huve now t'hnnt'tl my mode oi,hu'i- nt's-and will till Iiintur 1. S!I. let m I - 1 DUSTOJUBHBr THBIR OWN PRICES And ti.ki ii:it ; miN hoy sit their own. Xuv- I wi-sh coni-bo- er was there j I SUCH SLAUGHTER IN PRICES. Stock new nml in ood order. ple of KI NCJSVILIJO ntoni.shetl will sell them liiM-ehi-H 1 1 1 choice (il'mv "lock. intend to miike (lie peoat the very low prices I orxh. Cmne enrly nnd tuke yotir I , 1 j J. H. WATTS, ETing-sville- , Ky. 1 1 I I j M'0,Nr(XC(8T 0 We tnke plons-'i- v 11 wpstuU-i-- innnnouncing 11 g. h:te ,1sSg!ssssssg8WWjBBB BBssssssBM '.. lo the people of Lincoln that we at Inst .s- 11 -' 1 - eemed a I ' Steel Kimge, i'-'- Wrought per-i'e- ct j i ff'WMsn, spect. in every re- Weguar-Jinte- e them fully nnd ctm sell them than other rnn-g- us self-defeni- e furi-laceo- say-In- g: .BBsslHIHnHHf m ssslsSr?,sssti YJKt'W '" I I Ksss5IPSHMsssssMUlSRrSBissH'ssC3 HIBCH' fm sssssssssssssssB H . rior. Call nml see for yourselves. i'ar their infe- Bi(iSsISBsssssssssUPssssssssssssssssssssssssssW' We are nlso hendfpinrtei'H the . Fancy-Groceries, for THE DAILY ENQUIJKiTP. 1 mo. SwvlAyiitid.i'ily ...SIM Dnllyi'MVit.iu,iily. l.ai 3 nwi. 6 r.T-- i 2.j re W 1 ( ' -- ' ' JOHN E. MoLJAN, Fi:L:;LxCINCINNATIO. j Yuui. If vow don't stop paying me coi.'iplimcnU I'll put my hands over my earn. The Ilerr Professor Ach! MeesChones. zey at- - tooscltmull! Hariicr'a Dazar. ing, wonderful curative "Oh, blow mo, as Mitchell says. 'Why, druggists possessed of uch as' to warrant their manufacturer in I cat anything but oatmeal. Oatmeal is properties them lo cure the diseases for which no good for n literary man nor anybody guaranteeing they arc recommended. You net J cure or money else." them returned. The Doctor's "('.olden As it was now growing late, and I saw paid for Discovery'1 cures all dhcases caused causMedical that Uol. Sullivan vaa beginning to ed by derangement of the liver, as biliousness, I'dget nbout his editorial for tho followand ing issue, -- I camo softly nway. Bill indigestion or dyspepsia; also all blood, skin sores scrofulous acalp disease', tetter, Nyoiir New York World. and swellings and kindred allmcuU. t tract It 0 ccnterpieco Is a fruit An a Don't hawL,hak, and blow, blow, disgustbi; holder with n cameo bowl and silver frame in Assyian nt'de, upheld by two everjbody.butuse Dr. S.is' Catarrh lUmedy nnd be cured. oditutirig cuniiki. beans?" Celebrated Brodhead Tobaccos, Hardware, Staple and Queenswnv, I ciate p.ist rn, lilvor-- . M.'t. Limu ami Cement. and sjlioit your patronage. AVe appre- METCALF & FOSTER. i tXs 1'A, . 4