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v(Thc inferior Journal. ' STAirgOBP, XY. Friday Mornfnr, May 6, 19W. Maixie was sitting upon the hearth rug pulling to pieces "Wto camelta, and excusing herself to her kind oM guardian by saying it was "only Jack's." "My dear." said Mr. Selwyn, walk ing ii) and down, and itroking his gray beard In perplexity, "I want to talk to you about Jack." "Oh ! please, not now, Papa Hel wyul" Phe called him l'apa Selwyn when the meant to bo coaxfngt and that was nearly always, "But lay dear, that ii all nooscuse. I muit talk about Jack some time. Yesterday it was, 'Olil plcais don't my bead is achiog;' and the day Ixfore. 'Oh I please don't I want to go out withOerty.' Come, let us lace this afTatr." And lilting in, the easy chair behind her hassock, he drew up oo his knee the band that held the broken flower, and proceeded tn lecture hit unmanageable charge on thocndlc" subject of "Jack J Madge wai charming charge for any kind eld nan's heart to hare. Kb aine could look,into her large gray eye without teeing the great warm heart, whoso tale they told every mo ment; and yet tlie.sright quick glan ces and the saucy ret of the lips (bow ed that Madge had a will of her own, nnd wit and cleverness enough to car ry it out. This lecture on Jock waj the tame a many others had been. It consist, cd of two parts, the first being devo ted to proving that she ought to threw her onn whims and pleasure aside, nnd as n dutiful girl fulfill her dying father's request and marry her cousin; and tho second was a culogium on the many good qualities of Jack Hawkes bury. "Do, Mr. Sclwyn," laughed Madge, after he had been making out that even Jack's awkwardness came from tin overplus- of good nature; "do throw him at Gerty's head as you throw him at mine, and I shall make him over to her, and they' will bo hap py for life." (Jerty was Mr. Seltrvn'aown daugh ter, nnd nt tho mention of her nanio u strange expression eroded his face, winch Madge could not read. Throw him at (lerty'a head I what nords you use, child! he ex claimed, his annoyance fori a moment escaping his control. "I v wish you had half Gertrude's good'sense. r-iou fancy Jack thinks of her is that it f Ho is the soul of honor, and as far as it depends on him your father's word will lie kept." "Oh ! l'apa Kelwyu, don't be veied with me; I am Hrry," and her face was hidden on his large rough hands in a burst of sorrow, quite childish in its passing intensity. "Cheer tip, my darling girl," he said; "you made a mistake that sail. Why, one of these days you will for get joor Papu Selwyn 'altogether, when you fail in love with your cou- At last there wa n pnuo m the prospects. Let us go Kick now, thero 'Mydear.good second father' Hot, talk. She gave n deep sigh, prompt-lis n new piece besinnmc. That is one , can I lore you enough r" was all she ed by n sad longing to do right, n . of Rubinstein's, is It not ? I need not vague fear, a first suspicion of the say you hare done me it favor in grant change that was coming over her Im-' Ing mo your confidence" peluous heart. With that he drew aside tGe heavy "Are you cold, Madge T" said Jack, i curtains.aml they returned to the dat pulling away and bending to Ids strong , tling light and bewildering music arid stroke. "Keep your shawl well about movement of the ball-room. your shoulders, nnd my dear girl, look After that sight, Madge wailed in able tu realize her joy, was lctrothed to your steering, lou have Icn anxiety to hear the result of Final-j to Herbert iitxallan, who, when once sending the boot into curves like a Ian a parley with her guardian. Three , the secret was disclosed, would not corkscrew only I did not want to (days passed, and n note came from' wait another hour. could any when she felt his nrms round her in that moment of fulfilled desires and his lips pressed to her forehead In fatherly affection now that his long solicitude was nt an end and his hard task well done. That very night, Madge, scarcely 5T' .. . JSI WSS vs)H "Thnt I won't I" cried Madge, with all the strength of her hot heart. All her life, even so far back as her childhood, she bjii, dreaded the fate that bound her to marry her cousin. When Jack Huwkcsbury came on the scene and stayed on visits at the house, he disliked and ridiculed him with out mercy, Another, cne like Cur haired Gertrude, for instance, might hnvo accepted the inevitable and been happy; but Madge's active and indo jMtndent nature made uer'ma (gainst fate. And now there was only one month left before her twenty-first birthday and the betbruthal. Often sho tolJ Gertrude she wished he would go home aud star there; and I Gertrude would only laugh, with was to be married next montli tn her disturb your ttte-a-lctc. Poor Cousin Jack! Sho drew the white shawl closely round her, chilled not by the wind, but by a sudden pang of remorse, tho foundation of which was very small, but enough to trouble her peace. What need to tell the inner history cf Madgo'a lift, during the next few weeks? Mere nnd more she longed for freedom. t Italian was staying in the neighborhood, and was fre quently at the house, and In the thou sand little incidents of every-day life, she knew he cared for her, and honest Jack grew yet more distasteful In her sight. la due titse enmo the second prom ised pleasure. The family that dis ( tluguisW the name of Jones by the ; prefix cf Toasonbygave their party. Madgo was in her glory that night. One looker-on called her charming; another, the mother of fair daughter.!, admitted her expression was charm ing, but voted her features plain. Mrs. Ponsonby-Jones, weighed down with bright colored silk and jewelry, said in her finest tone that Mr. Selwyn's ward would be quite ft femme (Tctprit. Madge had no lack of society, but she kept a place in the conversation for Jack Ilawkcsburr. nnd her love of mischief was gratified to tho lull by hit making of it what ho called "ft hawible muddle." Hut the trivial triumphs and pleasures of the night were long forgotten by Madge beforo she lost ono remembrance of a scene that passed in tho conservatory, nhero the music was hushed by heavy cur tains, and thero was only the soft light of a few dim lamps among tho masses of blossoms and dark green leaves. Sho had lost tho floner front her hair one ot her favorite cameliaa as (he. said, "with n darling bud," and Fifzallan bad promised, with l'onson- by Jones' permission, together an other wills "a darling bud," too. She had placed his gift in her hair, and she sat near tho dewy glass, saying it was cool there and she n ould rot. Fitzallan stood a little distance, pen knife in hand still, swinging careless ly the ian-likc leaf of n dwnrf palm. "If this was nearer I could fan you," bo said. "Thank you; I nm tired rather than hot." Never in her life before hail Madge been so serious or so troubled as she nas now, in the soft light among the cool plants, within sound or the half hushed music. "Will you do me a favor?" she in quired, raising the gray eyes, that shone for a moment with liquid bright ness. "You have only to name it I am at your service." His manner, unromantic to a studi ed degree, made her teel all tho more safe in taking heart to speak, while the gave him at the same time in gen erous measure that most precious of fering to which every noble hearted man entitles himself a womanV res pect. "I have seemed very happy to night, Mr. Fitzallan," she began, in a quiet, low tone, the torn leaf tremb ling in her hand, aud the color dying out of her face, "but I am in great trouble." "Indeed! I am sorry to bear it." Ho drew a little nearer, listening at tentively, and helping her now nnd again by n word of encouragement. Her story was a simplo one. She deeper tinge of color on her fklr face, The girls went out but little, an ar rangemeut against which Madge often rebelled, believing it was in some way connected with the safe management of tho marriage with her cousin. Dut there were two pleasures in prospect now, an afternoon a boating with Jack nnd a friend of his and Gertrude, and a jarty that the Ponsonby.Joneses were going to give, to which tho Sel wyn family were suro to be invited. First came boating. Ah ! that ever memorable day bow many years it would tako to make Madge forget It I There were four In the boat that pass ed, with the measured beat and ripple of Jack' pair of sculls, along by the reedy shallows aud wooded banks of tho Upjr Thames. The two girls shared the cushioned seat at tbo stsrn, their white woolen shawls guarding them from the chill of the autumn wind. Gertrude was watching the shore and the ruuning ripples, think ing in ner quiet, tasy-going way, cousin, Mr. Hawkcsbury. She had dreaded it all her life, but it was her fate. And then taking courage from the respectful and almost paternal de meanor of her listener, she mode the frank confession that she disliked her cousin jut U-cause she was forced to marry him; and to this sho uddod such a child-like entreaty not to be thought "too bad" that it must have required more than ordinary self-con trol for Fitzallan not to say something said you were to marry Jack. I told that would bavo allowed the scene to become a tender one; but tills beseem ed determined to avoid, and so in her simple way was tho sadly-perplexed girl pouriog out her heart's trouble to him. Will you speak for me to Mr. Bel wyn, she said, "as vou nro an old friend of his ? I can not reason us men do, but I want you to try if there is any way of release for me. Pray forgiro me if I am wrong in asking your Interference, but I am very wretched" here camo the bur.t of him, only a few words, saying that ho had succeeded at least so far as to win a promise that tbe matter should be considered. Hut Madge saw little gsod coming of Mr. Sclwyn'a "con sidering" what seemed tn lie decided irrevocably long ago. At last' it was tbe eve uf ber birth day; to-morrow would be the dreaded day, and that very morning Mr. Sel wyn had said to hef gravely, but ten derly i 'My child, it has been the work o! many years for me to see the fulfill ment of your father's last wish. He was my best and dearest friend, and his life was a sad one. At least his dying will must le done. Out I prom' Ise you happiness I do, indeed." Uut beyond that day Madge was uu able to bear her heart' burden. "I must tell him every thing,' sho though In th afternoon twilight, some time alter Mr. Selwyn had returned home, she found him asleep in his arm-chair in tho dark dining-room. Dut little daylight camp In between the red cur- tnjns, and it was only the glow of tho fire that showed her his white hair and long lieard. Sho knelt beside him, as ebo often did for a talk when he was in that chair, and she woke him by stealing her hand into his "Who is It Gerty? No, Madge uiy little Madge that is to be so pa triarchal to-morrow." "Papa Selwyn," sho began, not giving him time to joke any ruoro lest sho might not be able to disclose all her troubles, "I want to tell you something, nnd you won't bo angry, will you, no matter what it is?" Ho took her face between his hands, and tho fire flashed up and showed him how earnest it was. "I nm quite sure," ho said, "noth ing can make mc any thing but as deeply in love with my second daugh ter ns ii poor old fellow like me can be. Why, child, I am under a cloud all tiny uecaitae to-morrow as soon as to-morrow I can be Papu Selwyn no more, and Madge will be thinking about no body but her cousin." "No, indeed !'' cried Madge, impel uoiwly; "you. will bo Papa Selwyn al ways always; and I don't care for my cousin a bit." Hut her euardian shook his head gravely, My dear, you will msrry your cousin. Tho firelight had died down taw, and Madge had courage enough to blurt out with an eOort the Jew words: "I can't marry Jack, because I ought to love my husband, and I can nover care enough -for him. Or, if I must lo engaged to him to-morrow" here there was a great sob "Mr. Fitzallan js very good and kind, and I don't want to hurt him but but he must go away." ner head sank upon his knees with the great effort of that request. "My poor child," he said, "I know your secret. Ilravely said, my little Madge, my bonny girl I You have had tho truth out and done nobly. You are worthy of tho man that is to have you, and that is saying a good deal." Then raising her head gently, he bade her listen, for he was going to tell a secret in return for hers. When she beard it she waited with wide, wondering eyes whilo he told it a sec ond time, for she could not believe in her joy. "As you kuow, Madge," he began, "most people in this world have more cousins than one." And then 1ia uent on to "iplsin to her that Herbert Fitzallan was a very distant cousin, and that it was to him her father wished her to be married. Fitz alum's father had been the companion of Ins labors, and Herbert himself had beeu loved by tho dying mau as a son, lor Herbirt was twenty when little Madge was an orphaned baby at four. "You ask what about Jack, then?" said tbe old man. "That was my clever trick upon Madge. I never "Have I not waited years?" ho said. "All my time abroad I was waiting, and than I came back and found my Madge more than over I had dared to hope." Hut Madgo In her new freedom did not forget poor Jack. Indeed, the was almost In trouble about her un kindness to him when she heard that ho had been only playing a part, bear ing all her teasing, nud being pur posely ungracious wheucver she.grew kind. Out Gertrude consoled her ef fectually on that score by telling an other secret after her kiss of congratulation. "Jack was Indeed doing his best to carry out the plan," sho said, "and be waa often grieved about you- but, f llthl'TS, stanfnnl. Tka mail ftara far at, ttaavna, Aa fOWt! HtmMtrMiMf-nL, aa nam, tana . -4) Wkaat, rkafrtx.n ,.sa VUm,.. ,.JSJS SJattjr nt-r ,ss rat .. Hiaaa ttmr -THarar Wu- tt.ffi ..IS K4tan alt, 1 ba. Wral ssss VIimh Irlak Iotiu-ra. . nm Om, -M hnH CU1, m ff... .!. CM, Ml-nl. I.rl.rlllf. VC.ihaoUt n . Id f-M. ttrmt alj.. UH... .fe tmtw iwm. J Kep. . .im. r(iWvM... ti jaw rim-,- tu..-tvit-.M wki,t-.isw w-i,-tkii, wait cw . r- rsiu ml. ii WUU Rapt salSa Hrevi Suj.r.n HnrtHllntl. KIXCttHMOtS ,-W.SS BIUGIIT'S MILL HMri imrchMt-l lh rntlr 1-wtfr.n Mill ; mi lUtifirrj ttok, vhlvii U in (-ml rrpnlr, i nam jr"rn kimim nnwrrr omj rintini wmintind hltlftflnil hJ m htjrrt JivsmI I ttoftrtt-rif! fthjWftilf est IsiUtUle-. I m t-M ( itt?pjri.i ram . fen a irna art kU t4 Hour Ihifi fWlifirt, ItIn m lonl lot of I Inill win mh von rjnsiti flour. I mtrtlm-i fkf Hi ' rtWf tm tr tmlef ti-tf t.t wt-i. Ikropft) ' hind, ftrrrl fjf JT, R ftwwt arlrttoof ttftsir fksl laMt, Tb nurkfl frtr-pfilil for wht. IWs.r-reiftit.7, . rKtt4f.-.l J. II, HHHJHT. Kill. ROAM, tniK.Hi:n timi; OPIUM ruatw&ti-M Whul, tM. Ilgtu Wht-j.vMlrfl.SSai.es rift . . .? ivra. . .. . JT ' .-. . .Son llotlK ! r .... c oat.. ... .titasoe HiT S.3atll) SO Hall. IM WkltaSanr. Mlltl llrat-i Knar . -. Kv CO-AXjI CO.A.:Li! i nincuM I re pt cniiTurom LUU,i"LS5J',!!"',,um ?M IWVlliHlSAJJSJllljei, V i-JfSjt TO UNSnolJW NORTH. " vmr, iw'r - ! Afr. ,!:. E iWl.jri so.1 ' l. IUttimMj ' f M lHm,tT.Mn. i , f .. ... - " Mt HttMl (SB ' Orb tm miHrinsr . t.i, t4 ., ', W- Nw M HHMH Ml M full rrMlwi, lr rIN, sp.vi;BIAa,rjiLJIJ i ii i".ri 1 1 i n ! 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Al.roRlt. icntmoi. a cnoiivirr mrr For 7Q Conts! SEND FOIt CIRCULAR. dear Madge, you must congratulate jcmLTON.GUTHRIEtcOMPANY. us now not me, but as. Jack and 1 1 made It up between us months ago,! and we bad many a quiet laugh about I you. So Madge herself accepted the ring and wore tbe golden fetters by her own frco will after all; nor was there ever a happier or more willing cap tive. As for Fitzallan, if he was net another Arthur, as the girl's fancy had prompted her to call him, ho was "blameless" as tbo Prince cf the "Idyls," and far more blest; aud if he reigned over no realm, be was at lout King of one brave and tender heart a kingdom wide enough to satisfy his desires, and a prize which time proved to bo well worth his years of waiting. .( Sad Vrath. There was a sad, sad death-bed eceire In Louisville recently. Cut down in tho bud of her sweet life, a young girl of eighteen lay pale upon the pillows. Tho stricken family stood around her an aged father, who bad been her slave from infancy, a broken-hearted mother, who hail never known anoth er daughter, a trio pf burly brothers who had always petted nnd idolized her. So young and so food of life and its py nnd guileless as only who is so ltWap.1 witti lnrn , ,-. , p.-.. and vet to find the end in the verv fi beginning. She was fast sinking now. The mobile face was settling into mar ble. Tbe oft, violet eyes were hard ening into steel that pierced the very souls of the dear ones around her. "Light tho gas," came in a scarcely audible whisper from her lips, altbo' it was broad day light. The agonized mother leaned over her, eager to catch the last precious syllables of her child. "How is it now, my darling V ghe asked, For an instant, and after an apparent effort on tbe part of the dying girl, her eyes grew sweetly nat ural again, as she murmured "Al most there." And then a pathetic, half-regretful expression flitted over her face as she added, "Uut it is so hard eo hard I If I could only have been spared until" and here her lids dropped never to riso again "until i the sweet season of Spring shopping is over." fO.-J. as lik .! . U1 tsvittr II Purchasing Agoncy. Mm. Jkxsik RicitARiM. f-arthtaaa matla at loarfat rah trlc, warrhut'a bllla arenrnpat -ny ta cooua lav vr. niiaTMrrrrrrtEET. LOVISVII.T.E. M.SS,SlSlSttaa,tlv S ni n mn nriiinir ULU HPIU riCLIHDLCi JUa. fiuiroao'M Lrrxn i-TnooiuronJ is Htauilant Tamilr Itemeilr for - jJiseiuicsofiheiaTer.Btomach .Vift jul UoweU-It is Purely mfi 1-5 -VegeUble, -It never rl jlj SroniO. Nfrlin' aa 5VC' tK-fW I A merryheaned, j 'VwV0 a-J pleasures, hap. i &5 1' f PTv Sfc I ' agirl can 15 X V WVM Wl. , ml frir.ni!.. V. '.V6 , l "MP .VVa S n - '"' i . i sv m .a, i s ei ! i t. ii ai' ' SI aVafPS ELS z . Jaive afaW J. N. DAVIS' GROCERY GDNFECTIONERY -AND VARIETY .STOKE. 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II alai-a . wlia ata. fa. la Irrlaa, Aa, I l'UI.r.M.lX PAI.AC'i: CAlt.S.t -WITHOUT LIIAXUS;- Ara run b.laraan Uolnmbaa. o aodNsw oefci Utlaana, Tla Mllani IaouiiTllla, Kf.. anil naanatll.t iaonl.allla and IJllla II I HO' suUrllla and Moataoniarj Far lafatiaalUa alawt Tic lata la lha Saailk, a. la- I a Caloraja, aal F-aalfraal Rata, ta I lurlJa. Ar kaaaasTrla,Ar . ajJraaa C -. ATMilkK. Itaal r,aa. ..4 Tltlal Ail Ualatllla r a, hi ii. nk. miLiUun rrric DVlv RuTTmTlnaJlaavli a., tbtio ' at, aaaauart 4aalawaaatl talaS) ITalWajaaM ..iti VeMtstvssauM, im " ""TI - "! ?y OsTalaUtt) If flMMaStn Alssj HsMftMsH. liffts . MJs - r ' ! '. t m I mtVj.SS tai 4US IsaiSalia HH I Mmf atr ! BSlS Sa fcftak, tajaff faf arfalaMata, MaVfU t ta a-i.ii I, Lt f U (, i.a mm rsrsx, kssr nir" wmr wmmmt iaissaj' aatt i ar vvafaM, iw rri a - rsaasaar aWJ - -evt-,MVosm. f DtSM s-a' tVi rs4s tstrt -THI -WIVATC MCDICAL AbVUfR Ml If Mflls), 0ttfrkMSA, niMt. Mrttrsv THts tlsk,..- "- sasrmtiriMsatU ll4)Hy,pa(l (pTsrar. sraaasi w - vaaaj sNiiaj,siiii ! -al, Sn-TanafHI Aia"SaMs ta aaSatSflf, (W m , r ais'sjasri. SW (S Bi tmWWWmww.wrmm -m T 14-sw, ntssarsal ltaa I fUw tat txsaxat . , sMSfts Tho moit availablo and agrooablo route botweon C'enlrnl ICrn lucky and polnta .Vorlh. Vjt nnd 1V?mIv Yin 2 DAILY TRAINS, , ' 100 Im llW) . m ritf t COUNTIIY PRODUCE Taken la etrltasfi, fjpr Qmls iW MWt mu ktl niM HHfi-r wmjT IXmHtT, tVitton. t, Vultrr, W, U1M tfatur, larO, tUett, UXmhs, TiflttMrt!- itvt H, srltf tsmi O0.J1 h-4 It.rtntflnelrruUtlu(K J. N. 1IAYI4, LMtlUst f0MafWt l it M MrKtassrn . . It If m IIMMtl.le .. . .IIITpM M WmlllJlU. itM tai aM Ajrjtlnt.1 QtsariBMil . itlfm 1IM im 1 MAKING DIRECT1 CONNECTIONS -HITH ALLUNUH. -rARTIF3 GOING EAST, WEST. .air TO ti:.ya.h!- Will find it to tholr intoroit to take this route. ,. MssismMsJ MEDICAL AOVICC." IT utMd, 19 1 a m a sMssiMirVM L, wWtvtrwe srf ftutat a fttaj aOa4 ta aa - faVa ( 11 ! SisSaaM Baaaik, I MttwsM falM M.ihtl PtM aalilisal. a4 ftawaf 4 U astw aMMM H aa ha Im mmn wXssiraV Ti AvIlktW M SM ! BSMiotltaalaal - MM ajf ar fMHrtlij ts M aatl , sast Kaa tsnM tf (tad tsra (Oaf Mastssvat I , H -4 af faal M m (nasi aasau'We asf ilw mm wissi, m 9fw, Ml M aaXtarSasaM Uaaatra rMfl IfM a! M rlfBtar-ClJr' -s sa Aak ttsV avsara, ar naialni sa aa ft m tmf Mla a Cm taaata n aataftataaaa aaa tan' m safee ay fataasataaV a4tlf SStawa, atSOa-a .- ( 4Sa Hatllar? ! aary. 11 " t- M 'Ksafets4 ac4 1 Z . .ft ii" Jlh" a" . v " iV ri : lnrigoratorS , 1 liaWanTI VlhaTaal' ' V: fs . tt ,V . srat.o68?.: v ;aeb a-w JSllllanslls,'l... 1 . ay " at, MiMll 'ami llV tint tinlilina VJafor nu'ro than Sj ycsras; with tltirwr,leutrtl iraulta. '-- SEND FOR CtncULAR.2 5S. T. W. SASFOJO, M.D x&SZgXg& J 1T lta.Ut ILl tILt IOC IM i.1 rt T.TU.V J sVsa,1J. TIIK IIOAU ASH IQLirMI-NT AI1L sen ilibnrs)r 1 1 nt haft if ilWT-4LaAAao(U(lIiATI(p.'I..XTi:.,!'-Kli Til AIL . s(K u. TI.XAS rAN.L.N(.l l.1 r. It.lt nmt ir lti1ss ladsflst ! JwftrtUM, IhI hat tfsr- BUr SH l(aBaT M9 1 CTrf MUfcTHDfUr. AQtNTts,a.sJ. CPM im laraaaa aavssaf IM V mrnvr m4 fu - imh m uk-. m asl aiaW a-afsi tart im tvata sa.srhii la taat Bfaataf-) Ttsaaa. PROF. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE" TOR 8PEHMT0REHffiA. SEMINAL PASTILLE" !- Plttaaaaaay - "rrt1Nsfc , l MM.aMiVTaZ Taj.uwk. r.'iSi'Tjrs PaSaMMa gfWSVlSlM ltMtMaMr mm my naa WSf, rtli IttWsj Mr DsMVa, .ratar flas4, - Drarkra. ttsa ws .a) Uav .. i m4 Bar a saaaaaW ii a, aasl tHHMjffTt'ajaaw N ' mMl ThJ "a. J (sBW :paaa a I t ma-xia ls.BaMir(tt f.lh ru4 0 4 Ibrr 11mm, r.T I Mi 'tUal. I x laMutUul rwairy ! TIHUIL4.II HAT r alwart rttutiilrls, kiv ? Or rAMAIll'.sVvilibllMl htsjbaf tklkl thsa BatHB kaJ aaaahaial takaaia I'ta-a.! Bat M UlSKBl IfeaM.It'anaMalfVfeUit? OobTisMsmi 4 liMi, Artrr ssssasi Taaiam ly, r. mmmmv praaaaaa sa-s mm wmv t"' -a )r. lb a- si MaMSM KvcThsovmii UTMiITninrwri TiriTi 1 ks taw katXa 'Si.'a mwrnmr. aaA M aaaaaaa asMtkaaaa tmd. ftitm h at trusannat I Hiafcujjfca jod runTiaic. INTERIOR JOURNAL CARSON & DOBDS, UTRS AND DEALERS IN Saddlery, Harness, ScC, Main Street, - - Stanford, Ky. rw , sisvvwsf IlT . iHinmN tm KaTT ! I HsusKaiH aJS afcai rnpsarnna rmrmm immmmmmmmmmt TI.XAHlI IbsT VirtlaffT anjr Mtlrta NsssTlh sl a aaa-if fSM- .aas h sal i aa MUalftMj! I. If-.r Utk mWwbj a(as. mf C1UruU ''rl.1t,w.y ." y"ll' . ISsMithtra raavilatj I , n.i uTrnftt i'T n T i - ttii iV'wTlil Hm. W'rliMV-.. Jtaaartwl. Kmlckf j ttft.. f --f - - r " i i m 1 1 rl. Usm. W hhulli.. .. J W llaMkfr, h. r.i.MW. ..... . H, llafw,MH I' II MttteWtaVa-a. 1-q. U. Al-op. . A. WoODWAtD, -irtUlatvJs, Nikiiwr UuitiMtllK Wit ilia J.al., lUrroJsJasjrit, lallWalDT. Wilwiy, t)tl lla-'irr Act. a . as a ! ra TAKE THE Ei H H taat aaa 1. Ma. 1. .aa. M la a avaia., .J, Ma. a. . ...... aaaaaaal ran aaa, w m,.,. m.t Ka,a. rai"aa Ma. akaaa ai.ata aM, m .aaaaMa. a.4 n iaa,i r. ,..- .mm itt 1, M4, 4... a, mla . &.' 1CTI0 M iauSt .01 aaaaai. aaajr SACK fcUX (aaaa b. a ti.api.MM tawaawt al.laf Aa.i.akUv IHiMM. . .M a Ii n...,, it. ( ataaaaat aM aa., (waaal .' t a..,.n. aaa Ma. av taa 4M,aa al i.h mm. t a... ..ana. 7 aNaala4fcaaaalaaM. a. OWLT a. Aa f HARRIS REMEDY CO.arC CHCItlSTt. M.rk.1 aS Slk Sla. ST. LOUIS, MO. Madge, bright with excitement, was j tears that must have tried the listener talkinj, not with Jack, but with tho sorely "ami I nyktlf liavo so oltcn dark-beardod, travel-bronied man, spoken to Mr. Selwyn, and it is of no who was resting from his turn at the use. Ho alays says my father's will culls. He was charmed with the must bo carried out; and uhl howl way she chatted and listened to his 'i,h I could doit." tales of half the world, with-a refresh-, "It must be done, if iKawibleFiU ing absence of eell-consciousness. sllan said. "Uut it would not be your What would ho have wild if he had I father's will to roar the happiness of known tne motigni mat snore rur en-, your lire or to put you in bondage, franco into ber ware J un I it Jack awkward, WtHaaWiag, Bood-natural Jack could I cbasgtti into this atranger that she called tiidly, Mr. Fitialian, twd Jack asd bar giiifdJao had (fretted at tbe boBe M Mbrt I "Oh I If Mr, Selwyn. would only apeak lik that,'' said the girl, stilly. wen, l stun um a talk with you of your father's wish. I brought Jack here, tho only cousin you knew; aud I praised his "good quali ties winch are fine enough, I can tell you, and appreciated by a young lady not far from here. I knew that way ward heart of yours, and I knew that a woman should not marry without real love, and a great store of it, too. So I left my darling open to the idea that Jack was to be the lucky follow; nnj she did just what I and all sensi ble folks expected almost hated Jack and her doom. Then I took care that ' the mau you svero meant for who, my dear, has tho best and truest heart In the world should come in the way just at the right time and show an in tercst In you. So have I not succeed' cd and made my Madge choose her father choico with her own free heart and will ? As for Fitzallen, he Is all' impatience for to-morrow, and he would have told you the secret at that ball the other night, when ho says that lie was put to a dssperate trial, We are beginning to value things according to their worth; pretense is being stripped of its flimsy covering; old traditions are passing away. We I have learned that a milliner can be a lady and work at her lady-like trade, forfeiting no respect nor moving down one inch in the estimation of sensible peoplo. We have learned, too, that a woman who works in some houorable way to maintaiu herself, loses none of tho digsltj cr rcSaeuent of true wo manhood, and is just as much, even more, an ornament to her sex than tbo woman whoie days are p&sseil in . indolence and indulgence. What should be thought of a party that for fourteen long years has been inflicting upon the South the most oppressive euactmcuM nutl now lias tho brazen effrontery to cry out against a "Solid boutli." It tlieHoutU were not solid In opposition to such a par ty the future historian would lie forced to record the fact as conclusive evi dence that her citizens hail lost all self-respect, und were no longer capa ble of maintaining the principles of well-regulated liberty. Cou.-Jour. General John A. Dix, who died in New York, recently, aged eighty-one, was in the war of 1812; practiced law in New York; Secretary of State of New York; visited Europe; elected Uuited Stales Senator in 1855; prom- Ineut In discussious in Oregon, etc.; Postmaster General under Uucbanan; Minister to France In 18C6; Governor ol New York In 1872; the author of JOB DEPARTMENT, in r?.EQUENT PURCHASES AND CHAK&CS, Now as Complete as any Print ing Establishment Outside of the Large Cities, Pricos for Work aro ns Low as in Cincinnati or Louisvillo ! Wo will koop for salo a full lino of tho abovo goods, all liand-mado and of tho boat material. REPAIRING. iVc ill tlo nil Kinds ofrcpulr. I lug lu our Hue with iirnliiraus ntitl dli'intcli. An experience of more limn ii atmrlcr ofn ecuttia rjr In our IminIhchm eiinlilesi um lo proutlMO our cimlouicrx llio bcftt ! norUa iVc Iiiitc lint only "coiae j lo ulaj," liul lire here nutl cnn'l I gel ami)'. GIto um it cull. .?.EAT timki mi EASTI s ta r.vro.r, t rxcutvuo.tticunoxD. wjsii JSQTOX, tJLTIXOKK. rillLAOKWIIU. AKir rosr. rxTKii.ixiJw, .vom.a; PJXVUIK. KALKlail, akxxxuoxo, x. c, HAUtniKY, miMisarox, iialDSKOLO, CJUBLOTTK. OLD ivtr, ciukuutox, AvavtTi, SA 1-AXXAII.COL CMIIA. A TLAX. TA, MACOX, JACkSOXIlLLK, HA, ASP ALL i'OIXU IX TIIK ATLAXTK STATS. M1TIM1 HKKISM. Itt'V rASSEN0ER8 rOB THE NORTHEAST raapunkaaaTltifta, alt rail, via GOCPOXtriLLS. ir. siidgtox. kalti MOVKA.D rillLAPKLrillA. -ETE-W YOEK, on vu mCHMOND AND 0LI1 DOVIKMX MTK MII.R4, aUhtrataltlrhavoadatllla'li TW, KuaUar. Tiandraa4lil4ir J Oil SEW YORK. THE GENUINE SINGER SAVE MONEY. laaMactf laarrtuilafOataj , i, m,. rMaBcala HanilOr, ka., atal Unatuk ll, ran. laaalBf uaala r.ait.laa, .M ( mm m thlaraal cinfMTi.v iir.nif 'ia iiati:n Aalan laa.a laaail aaaWala an larlia aaMtaa' llaaa, aaal Ta fll.a I'AHKKKnMU Itin TUB NltTIIKAST tAWVKUVUIUIIV, (AT.tixii'.s.ni!eri.in I'llOMItAMMIlH, ru.tTl.Kl, NOT I a CIIIX'KH, CaIII'S, TAOS. L-NVIUH'IS, LR-rrr.li hops, mitb iika in, m i.lukads, MrATKMCNTI, lllfEIITK, fcUPllf.XAN, WITNI.SCi:ilTlHf.tTK,llllNlw, WtllUIMI 1N1TAT10MI, H'NUlAt.NIITK 1, -cti ,irrc- Wo Cau not bo Beaton in LowPrloos andinlax ecntlon of Work. -I naarl al Rlbavni-I allhSaa llnlaamit Air Mik an.1 IU. Allinik taut Uiar, aaT an IvatLwn Al Uetk l4nia. t A II MIKSMHtM !r. tlilkM.ii J..I. .. i4la,. M .rwni.atllna'al Iluattb4tai allh I t4ra Tralaa fcT IW S anaoaa Saaaaarr llaaurla aaj Ppriuca JT lha Allriaana Moaalalna an-l Ika Ullaa ia Ilia . l.a.1. Tbiaaib Tick, la fcr aila al all rlarlial iwlala I lal, (la, raaalh, Waal, Narlhvaat alat Iwtlta ' ral, a llnalauall al III alaal Mraat, (Olbaai 1 Miaa,)itf,iaial lllalao,laa t'. A 11. rtiaafarra. .. ......... "WHAT It IKin'Altll, M OAKJ.UY. II. 1- A T. A, W I- Aarol, lUckaavavl, Va. Ill Walnut, M fla., 11. im Will Irate, tn ami rlime (o (onus, tu lirompt I'sjln,- iarllea, at lite dot- ljr iluttn anil llirrciliill.im per EiAaitli until llir mariiinra are polJ r.ir. Xn-lUa. IHI aal I Hatlafa V-vl TiicaiMiin mto eo, M MnaaS, llajKllla. k laa-iamal raataa. aaaM ataaaak-f. y;888888888 DEPOT: FOOT OF SHORT ST., LEXINGTON. KY. jlflll.Y I'.XCFIT M'.MiAY. Tliln ent rrnrrariifN the"CortV lantl" l'latrorm Nnrliis Was;. gb, a very atTllah, atroni- and,' romrorlHU'e wnron Tor farm. era'BHe. Capacity Tor oaetoalx ,... ... perwonM. Ja.t fbe Iblax for l CINCINNATI TIME. cemrort atHBiall expenne. Bo ml for Outalofi-un. JBCo-wott, 3?lolct Ob Oo., tfcaa Aiaula, L0U1STJLIJI, XT. DECEMDEH 28, 1878. we rum fill mi i ii W TltVI.SH. ClnriBiiill AiHsktut CliuhtiiaU I-ia. Mrlll Amstiu flfttnaal) tlJ a)(X)Hlu'8S0pii Villi! M I f"t ft Mtll m IU, A Is U Iti AO t m 1010 la, 7 14 I. w V m til' 00 U'll ft in 8 K&S& A. 8 5LiJU .--H- li' rnrri vr-t.-axsr Q '"" 8 WHEELER & WILSON several books; a respectablo force, but irmrui.s tvn i ni.- iiiitu never a power.-rihe Age. ' "" AMI .TACK HILLS i power. (.Hie Agi a ai a A fellow stole a saw, ami on his -L'llKAI-EllTIIAN BVl.lt. eae Above cat altoss m (lie Axle of the "JACICNON" Forai WtC eu.wrlth IheTruait urntreneih-eniBx-roil aUnrlimeut. With tbl rod enrh Axle la mora IhaatloHbletlln klienctli. (jet Ilia AMuaioallaa ttaiaatu at Jakaiwii q am wC1acliuiallj-raacuinililorM.LiulaaaJlb O .IWtOal 8 rlullnlnj Ckilra un Oadaaall i'aal Lliw II. 1'. IIAMkOM. (lanaral (Ickat ijaal. OvlnstoD, Kjr. 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 trial ho toM the Judge he out took (t ' -- aim. tnlrf. l(Hnw fr 1L1 vau irvv ItT-auUl tl.oJu,lge. '.About two A Call Wh.a in Need of any Kind of AiVJ . . ..stns .' PHmIImm W II n . oak v.. r . - ...... ...,n- 4l(a,a4ai n ttt VUilllUkB tUU Vi 1a. Jl. XiANIiVY, g PERFE(,TAHDCaMPLETE8 8 'k 8 UUi QEI9 m Of OASES, 'WWW 8 ailes,"answeretl the prisoner. "That wis carrriuj the joke too far," replied the Judge, "(lie prisousr goes threo months." theTruth of the Statement. '. l, ti llA llBll fitltlla.l ris nasvt fSj Aim. I hlsj," Hid Fitullao, "and do my , close it till we were quite sure of sue-, Some people are willlnic to be uood bat for jour happiness, thousa I cess. Well, aru you happy now If tbey are paid for it. and others are' v. s. wuri.. woJltiorrrtofnJorsKfawkesVory't(VailgV" 'gwi w aotbioy. kP1M ajcea. I'rlcc, luelutlluc iiIiie sent and patcut brake: U aaa I.. ' .mitm ar.. Ofl 1VAI.TO.V, rrtilctor. 867- I 3-t lu 3 la 3 1-1 lu 3 Md la 8Ai.jtJU 13 w AIM IJZU o IM vri( 11VI.1 AND COVKTT. O I ALTER, PINOKARD & CO.,, 8 wil.eier 4 WlUon Mf. Co. 8 8ra . rwunin lHll(( q ci.voi.vy.sjr, o.O 888888888 WHOLUiLE BOOTS & SHOES, BITm at nA m -a. a "Ha laanl, I OlMITllia, sffc 75 a I 7M eo 1 01 West Pearl, bet Vino & IUoa Sts., tssee : OINOINNATI. IHI-4B A. A ,A II II IS .1 S l IM IISOX A IIOII IKS, - -AfifNT. STANrOPtr,, ... KENTUCKY.