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A STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH Lt the Matter Drop A dolmen looking rftfr.cn nppenrc.l at police headquarters yesterday, nnd beckoning tho Superintendent into a private room, said: "You know that 8800 robbery at my hoiiso that I reported yesterday morning?" "Certainly, and I havo out two of our best men on tho caso and " "Well, I ahem I havo decided not to pernio tho matter, you needn't tako any further stops. In "You don't mean to say that you havo recovered the money?" "Oli! no not at nil I" Why He Concluded to 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 127. Sailor $ Superstition. How to Cut Potatoes for StC(f. . -. Editor and Proprietor Bun'neii Manager Mint a"iiMiirt Titrmlau HU.no Per Please don't V'fl, de- lJ3It ANNUM. send stsmp. It! lynienl r.f eicept to mtlethsnfe), tnil then of nominations n.nl peer threw rent. forte at a funeral, A itorjr which is exciting consider A able arausonient ii related of aa occur renco which look placo ft few days A ro ainco in an rvHolnint! town. tired cicreymrtn from tliia city wni in . vital to conduct n funeral in tho town. Ho applied to n liveryman for a ipiiut Iioho, and wm given a vctorau pacer, which in yean long gone liy had inado faU time, but win supposed to Imvo outgrown nil such vmiitio), Tho clergyman jour. ueyed quietly to hU domination, and held tho acrvicej at tho house of the When tlio funeral proceca deceased. ion was rely to start lor tho csmo-tcrthe niiuister was aomo diatanco from his proper place at tho head ot tho column. As tho procession was waiting for him ho urged his steed to a fatter pice and to nccolerato the speed of tho animal ho pulled upon the reins. This was a fatal proceeding, Air tho animal had been trained to go for all ho was worth when the rcitia wero drawn tihu Tho familiar pres sure rovivod old recollections and tho animal took the bit betwoon his teeti and pasted the astonished mourners and friends at a 2:10 giiit. Tho clcr gyman exerted all his streugth to check the speed of his atocd, but with out success. Tho harder he pulled the faster tho animal went and in a very few minutes (ho minister and his horse and carriago disappeared in a cloud of dust. Tho friends of tho do ceased wero very much annoyed by the occurrouco, and tho unfortunate clergymen was very much mortified by tho conduct of his hone. Satisfactory explanations wero Kchwter Hnruli!. Occasionally a mau'eomea in and s to i vi his paper, andfcivca as hts excuse that he is not able to tako a Wo halo to hear a county paper healthy matt make such a mfecrablo pretense. If ho don't want the paper ho ought to say so. That's busi ness. But to como in and say "I ain't able" when there is not a word of IIo truth in it, is unpardonable. ought to bo sent to the You will too theso same persons send oil for somo trashy magazines for which thoy pay tnrco times as much and then complain bocauso the county don't build up faster. They have not county prido enough about them to help support any homo institution. well-knowy madV-howpveoor-house An Eaijtukn Show: Loviut'a Case A young man living n few mile from hero wont to seo a lady ho had been paying attention to for sometime without having had courage to make known his devotion in words. After sitting n few miuutes ho tremblingly said: Td like to seo you a fow minutes." 6ho replied: "Dave, I've got no words for you, anyhow." Tho poor fellow was so crushed that he full on tho floor in a onvulsion, and was taken homo in that condition. Fit after fit followed, aud tho last account we received ho was still in a critical conSaulsbury Advertiser. dition. A roport has leaked out in San Autonia, Texas, regarding a game of poker played iu New York somo timo ago between several railroad kings, during which, one of tho gontlomcn, having lost all of his pocket money, otlered to put up engines ns collateral. Fortune still combattoJ him, and at tho close of tho game ho had lost threo Of the best engines ho owned. Ihoyaro now running on the wmner's road in this Stuto, their numbers being 21, 22 and 20. and aro valued at 810,000. Mrs. John Jacob Astor has the largest nud finest diamonds of nny la- lone nroiiauir in Amer ica. They are remarknbie tor size and brilliancy, and represent ii labor of yoirs to collect, match, size and shadu. It is only on rare occasions that eho wears them, and when she does, detectives, who aro splendid fac similes of the society gentlemen of the eriod, nccompauy her to and from the house or placo she visitd. At homo theso diamonds are kept in h safe so built that to rob it ono must Tho Kentucky press to day is in needs knock down part of tho house. better condition than if it depended A South Ead woman received a tel upon a State advertising law for sup port. Now, when a county paper is egram, ana her lace blanched and tier started its publisher has to earn every hand trembled as sho held tho unopened cnvclopo before her. Giving cent he gets. The paper lives whero it to her daughter, she said, "Head its merits. In Ohio, there is n liberal advertising law, a it." Tho girl obeyed. "Papa has man without brains or knowledgo of broken his leg and gone to tho hospit The mother's face journalism frequently gets control of al," she said. tho publio patronage aud makes nion brightened. "Thank heaven it is no ey whilo he disgraces his profeesson by worse, sho aaid; "I feared ho might tho ahabbiucss of his paper. A State bo going to bring some body homo to advertising law would benefit our peo- dinner." fBoatou Transcript. ple, but its good effect upon the char Rogers used to rein to this 9tory: An acter of tho county papers' is not so Englishman and a Frenchman fought Louisville Commercial. certain. a duel iu a darkened room. The En s 825,-000.0- 00. Tho Now York Sun says: Half an hour before tho Cunnrd steamer Pavo- nia sailed, a reporter said to ono of the two seamen on duty at the inner end of tho gangplank: "Do you happen to know whether tho Evangelist llarncs is aboard?" "I 'opo 'o isn't aboard," said tho seaman thoughtfully, nnd not irreverently, "for if 'o is.'.wo'll 'avo nothing but bad weather from dock to dock. Just as sure as thcro aro noted eclesi nstics aboard, there's suro to bo bad weather nnd n long passage. It makes no difference who tho cclcsiastio is whether 'o's tho Dean of Westminster or tho Faljo Prophet of tho Soudan so long aa 'o's a noted one. When tho ecumenical Council was held in Uoino, wo took a ship load of Bishops nnd liigh-ranclergymen, and it was the worst passage wo over 'ad notli ing but pitching and tumbling and hall sorts of troublo with tho weather all tho wny. 'Fro comes tho Purser; p'raps 'o can tell you." Tho Purser replied within hearing of tho sailor that tho Evangelist and his party were liclow. Tho nblo seaman raised his hnnd in a warning way, nnd said slowly and imprcasivo ly to his shipmato on tho other sidoof tho gangplank: "Sixteen days wo've got before us beforo we reach tho other sido." Then ho shaded his eves with his hand aud looked toward tho west aa though ho expected to see already in the clear blue sky signs of a gathering storm. It is estimated that there are 200,-00vsgahorda and beggars in tho German Foipiro, including thieves, pickpockets, aud other swindlers, and the authorities estimate the animal loss to honest people by their opera-tiunat the enormous sum of Mauy of these evil doers aro brought before the magistrates from time to time, hut both judges and jurors aro accused of administer ing too mildly even tho mild laws of Germany ngainst vagabondage. Tho evil has become so great that tho government is understood to be preparing a severe law for bringing scoundrels of the vagabond class to justice. 0 fact" "Found a clue, eh?" "Well n o o. not exactly. Tho fact is that tho money was taken out of my trouscr'a pocket nt night und and this morning my wifo had scut home a new sealskin sack." you seo 1 havo about con cluded to let tho matter drop let tho matter drop. And with a deep sigh tho bereaved husband drifted out. "Alii" "And so Dr. Hturtovant has ltecn dissecting ttio potato, and fluds it put together something liko tho cone of n pino tree, tho buds or eyes of n potato being connected by n sort of umbilical cord with tho centro of tho potato, at which point is tho coro of central stem'. Theso internal stems or veins may be plainly seen in tho raw potato by cutting in thin slices from atom to seed end, and holding up to tho strong light of a lamp. The appearanco will bo something liko tho frost work of our window panes on winter mornings. After tho starch grains are burstcd by cooking, theso veins prob ably disappear, or aro less visible The new theory is that tho potato should bo so cut as to keep the connection between the eye and tho centro of tho tuber. Tho experiments for the past season showed that an eye cut shallow in ovcry caso, gavo a smaller yield than when it was cut long or deep, so ns to reach tho centre of tho potato. John kellf, is not nn Irishman, ns ninny pooplo uuppo'O. On tho con trnry, ho wni born in Now York city. In earlier days ho was a grato tetter, from which humble employment ho John Kelly WALL PAPER ! TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, graduated into politics. Ho began at tho lowest round as alderman surely nothing can bo lower than an alder man and worked his way up thro' tho seven grades of sheriff, comptroller and candidate for governor. Mr. or Kelly is apparently about fifiy-fivfifty-siycurs of age, nearly six feet high, vory stout, with a sufficiently Celtic countenance to warrant tho ex cessive caricatures in Harper's Weekly and Pud; IIo wears a grizzly beard clippped very short, dresses with scrupulous neatness, aud is always hale fellow well-mwith a crowd, an assemblage or a group. o M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S Druggists nud Booksellers, Opora Honso Block, Stanford, Ky. ----- H. Stanford, G. RUPLEY, Kentucky, Fall ti MERCHANT TAIltOlt, Winter The pror caper for the bower now when ho meets a lady is to lift his hat from his head, turn it forward until tho pluno of tho rim is vertical, and while in this position bring it down so that thofront just escapes tho wearer's nose; then look iuto it while you count three; quickly elevnto it in tho same position, place it on the head, smile serenely, nud when ono rod beyond the point of pusago to look back and observe tho effect of the operation. The elbow should bo kept close to the side during tho above Halt an hour's practice will make uu apt learner quite proficient in tho now code. A Boston woman, tho daughter of a unco wealthy man, being reduced to tho necessity of providing for her own wants resolved to manufacture pickles and preserves for tho market. She told her friends, and they promised to Sho found no becomo customers. difficulty in selling all that she could make with her own hands. Tho next year she enlarged tho business, and the third sho expanded it still further, PILES I PILES! PILES! her condiments having by this time Mir. Driiilnu'x A"ic Dlncorrru far acquired b reputation in the market. Pitt U rsdlcsl change from tbe old remedies Now she is making a net profit of heretofore Id use. The Discover Ii the mult nt vearsofpatlenticlentllicetudj and Investigation about 810-00ayear. Into toe ehsrecter of thli painful dlteau. To ol lit great merit, call on Tennj A McWhen calves are allowed to suck Alister, Stanford, or W. M. Weber, Ml. Vernon, the cows they often leave some milk and f tt sample box frro, of rhargo. in tho bag. This occurs from various of Louis S. Watls,of Danrlllc. Ind., causes, such as sore or chapped teats, Hendricks country , says tewas glren up sy his but manure on teats, or indisposition on family physician to die with consumption, Ten- Brown's Ki pre tor act cured him. For sale by part ot calf. Hence twico a day, as ny 6 McAUitsr, Stanford, and W. M. Weber, soon as tho calves aro taken from the Dr. T. U. Itucker.ol Arlington, lnd., says that cows, the attendant should carefully lirown's Expectorant Is the most raluable remedy cow of the last drop of for consumption extant. For ssle by Fenny A Mc- strip "every milk, and if the teats aro at all .sore Al ster, Stanford, tnl W M. Weber, Mt. Vernon. or bag caked, rinse them. NAM 91. IIIJItDETT, Hot alum water is the Lest insect ATTORNEY AT LAW, destroyer knowu. Put the alum into Alt. Vornon, Ky. hot water and let it boil till it is all practice his profession In Rockcastle and Will dissolved; then apply the solution hot adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals to all cracks, closets, bedsteads and Special attenUon gticn to collections. other places where any insecU aro Established 1840. Till CrLtSElTID found. Ants, bedbugs, cockroaches "BRADFORD" fjUgPyTppiiyg aud creeping things aro killed by it, PORTABLE MILL. COM.WHIAT AIIIB, while thero is no danger af poisoniug aiixautnuEKr. iu for dtKrtptlT. rircv Hb4 the family or iujuring property. ur Address plalnlr THOS BRADFORD J CO. Dennis McFadden in California, 0 A young girl was caught kissing -' few nights ago. Her Wishes to Inform his Patrons of Stanford and tlclnlty that he has received mother heard of it and took her to task for permitting such things, but A Splendid Stock of Goods, and the girl silenced her by quoting this Which he guarantees to make up in flrst-clastyle. Satiifaction guar"Whatsoever ye would scripture: anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. that men do unto you, do ye even to unto them." Tho old lady thought ) , of the timo wheu she was a girl, and as a flood of happy memories came rushing through her mind, sho drew out her handkerchief, wiped her eyes r and her spectacles, and tho girl got off Zeno Young. lightly. her sweetheart a nP a.:it:d :h:a.:r,:it:ejss "SITIAIBH-slEi- &yi 3 aiI?Fi shop. i) Haying bought out S. II. liauglnuaii, wo will-kccon Iinnd 11 nice lot of Horses and Buggies, which we will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by the day or week. Wo are also in And will swap for ail kinds of Feed, Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the publio in general. A. T. arUNJVJGiiEV, Respectfully, "ffiv. H. C. BRIGHT J GroccricH, OJEfcOOJER, St. Asaph Blocls, Stanford. STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. Ii embraces Staple and Fnuey Patent aud Fatally Many of our exchanges insist that tho army should bo reduced to 10,000 men; that West Point should be abol ished with Annapolis. We have, thoy insist, morn officers in fact and in embryo and pensioned off than any present or remoto necessity demands.' The country needs producers, that bur dens of taxation may bo subdivided. It surely nteJs no more parasites of power, who livo to prey upon and not to maintain this people's government. All support and nono bo supported as of diviuo right by it. ineu-sboultl Jo-hau- u "Yuan," exclaimed honest old Kartufielsalad, "yung heebies haf got into oxtravagnut noshuns. Yen I vas yung, I rote on a blaiu, foolishness gap baper. Now inypoys rites ou a schuiall, goltcdgo littlo schraps, vot cost fif timoa so mooch as a pig foolishness gap, und don't givo you quarter so much room for ritiu' foolishness as dot gool, gap." Au apple in perfect preservation, although uiuoty-si- x years old, is iu possession of a gentleman in Ulster county, N. Y. As it rounded up Courier-Journa- l. from tho blossom of tho parent stem school-gi- rl asked her teachA little iu the early summer of 1787, u bottlo er what was meant by "Mrs. Grunwas drawn over it aud attached to the dy." The teacher replied that it branch, and after the applo had rimeant "tho world." Somo days uf pened the stem was sovored aud the tcrwards tho teacher naked tho geo- gbottle soaled tightly. raphy.clius to which this little bud oi In New York tho Western Union promiso Belonged, "What Is a zone V ioleuraiili Company propose to uso After some hesitation this girl brightened up aud replied, "I know I It's a pueumatio tubes for the trausmiUion of messages iu the city instead of un belt round Mrs. Grundy's waist!" derground telegraph wires, with which Aloxauder II. Stephens once cbal thoy havo been experimenting. lunged Don Hill to fight a duel. Hill A boy in Mobile, Ala , burned declined, saying ho "had a family to care for and a soul to save, and that down two buildiugs to wiu two beta Stephens aggregating $1, that there would be Stephens had neither." didn't fight, but he tiover forgave tho two fires iu tho city bafore certain specified ddt. imputation that he hd no soul, Uauiimno rou Locomotives, had somo aspiration for office. Tho boys induced him to make a speech. He began: "Fellow-citizen- s, I was born an orphan, at an ' very early age." But ho became angry with tho boys for interrupting him and would not continue. There is a Chicago divorce suit she wanted to call the baby John Frederick, and he was determined to name it Edward Gordon. It glishman, unwilling to take his antag- would perhaps be a good scheme for young couples to uame the baby bo onist's life, fired up the chimney and brought down the Frenchman. fore thoy get married. "Wheu I tell this story in Franco," A fish of solid gold, of the bullion pleasantly added the narrator, "I valuo of 82.500, is reported to have make tho Englishman go up the been dug up in OberLausitz, the borchimney." der land between Saxony and Silesia. cent, profit ou the money Its surface is said to be incised with Five per invested satisfies tho uwner of a Bel- mythological figures wrought after argian woolen mill. lie pays .only a chaic Greek patterns. third of 1 percent, taxes, aud gets At a dinuer party recently given in his coal delivered at the mill for 82.30 New York, tho raeuu placed at the a ton. Tho highest wages paid ure plate of each guest cost SCO apiece. Tho They were in the form of a picture, a 812 to somo of tho overseers. average wages for seventy hours' la- beautiful work of art, which could afbor a week is only 84 to 85. terward bo used as a drawing-rooornament. When Gov. Stephens, ot Georgia, Niuety years ago the first English was a lad tho ladies of tho Presbytemissionary offered himself and now rian church, appreciating his great capabilities and fiuo promiso, aided in the whole number of evangelical for having him educated for a minister; eign missionaries is o,uuu ana iney 0 but ho, becoming a lawyer, made tho are tho leaders of a nativo host of helpers of all kinds. mouey at his profession aud refunded it. "Don't you think I havo a good is n born genius who, when go- face for tho stage?" asked a lady with He ing out in full dress, succeeds in tying histronio aspirations. "I don't kuow a whito cravat around his standing about the stage," replied her gallant collar without having tho bow shift compauion, "but you have a lovely around under hii ear, or the whole face, for a buss." business work up over tho collar on A Colorado man was recently killed his neck. whilo gathering a scuttlo of coal in An Easteru merchant who novcr his back yard. After a few heartadvertised was found lying dead on rending occurrences like this, wives thOiCpuiiterin'liU storo the other day, will begiu to learn their household Tho Drummer. It is thought the body had lain there duties. for sevoraldays bsforo bsiug discov"Thirty-fiv- e Ways of Popping tho Duluth Tribune. ered. Question" is tho titlo of a work pub30,-00ii frrTsTiw. oljsy ii. no, i: ". CINl'lM,TI.O. nt, Flour, Meal, Ilacon and Lard, Tobacco and CJgarfi, Wooden, Willow and Tinware, GIhbm and Qiicenswiire. Canned GoodH of all kinds a specialty. Itcinembcr the place, "The Corner Mtorc." Nervous Exhaustion, Cloth-boun- d An Adtlco In inimi; Men, by Premature Dooay, a ltemilar or THE HEALTH JOURNAL, MILWAUKEE. Hoss of Memory. Hook of wholesome RENT PREE"1 cit to tnrxeot WIS. I'liyslcl.iu. A. OWSLEY & SON, -- DEAIiEHS IX- - RICHMOND PLANING Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, MILLS! "Wooden and Willowwaro, Glass- opened In Ulchuiond a large and I hate complete f lanlna; Mill, and am prepared to furnish erery VInd of Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent, and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, Salt, Lixno, Comont, Field Sootls, Plows and Farming Implements . Call and soo the genuine Hamilton Plow . BUIItPERS1 MATERIAL! Flooring Wcatlacrlioiirdliig, Snub, HUuriH, Laths, Doors, NIiIiikIch. MoiihlltiKH, MtlJH, tl'C. at price, such as tbe shore articles can be bought In Louisville, Cincinnati, or other wholesale houses, I aui sura I can luito It to joui adI am vantage to patronlae home lostltutlona, also a practical As I sell fifalr- - OPBBA HOTTSB BLOCK, ARCHITECT, And am prepared to furnish designs aud estimates for buildings and all kinds of scroll work. That I aui dolor uosmsll business, can be Judged from the bet that uiy bank account runs from 11,5110 THE Iu fact, thero la no V.nAae that BOOKWALTER SAVE AND DURABLE I living prices. to 82,000 wr week. ContrsctlDg and building done promptly and at Address SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. It for frlce. Biinplleltr. Durability anl Kollthle Work. Ju.tTHE ENUINK to lrlr C. N. HTAITOHD. It Is HOSHFEr; VZfK PRINTING PRESSES n I CORN SHELLERS, Wood Niuv.s, Elevatorx, Lall' rj masaaKil9H3Haar'& c Cotton GiiiN, Corn Mills, Cream eriN, KHKlueM pA Feud Mills, Hay X'vc.nncm, IJatlivs, Ae. Call at The Interior Journal OiHce aad Hcooiie, of the dCMlrahlo Ih Uev. Joseph Cook admits that his knowledge as tho the timo that the soul quits tho body is not exact, and his statement thatjt remains for hours after death is partly a surmise. We shouldnt wonder if it was. lished lately in England. The exam pies aro takon from love scenes in novels. Tho mother of Josh Billings is 92 years old. She evidently resolved to live uutil her son learns how to spell. Norristown Herald. l'rnfaulty ought to pay tariff. It is Tnouiindi bear vrltnewi to the positive a luxury to thoso who uso it, nnd it curative power of the Great German should bo taxed with whisky and toBee aiherllseiuint. Sold by Penny A McAlUtcr, Stanford, Ky. bacco luxuries. N. 0. Picayune &lfflRS luialuls whooro recovering ltal stamina, s iliclaro in grateful terms thur imrile ma tunic, of Hosteller' btomaclilllltirs. Not only doe It Impart strength to tho umk, but ll lo corticta uu IrrvKUlar acid slato olllho atoiuach, make the bowel art at proper Intervals, Kite vase to IIiom who sutler from and kidney troubles, and comiuer a will preyvul fotcr aud ague. For sale by all DruKKlsU aud Dealer apurrcla-llonorthItucu-instlo We aajr to all purchasers Ibat wefuareotae our llookwalter Knflne to be well ami subslsullallf maJe; tobe sale, simple, iluriMe and complete In construction) to work well ami li the full power claimed when pioperljr attacked and niauagol Wo lusko the aboie guarantee, aud sell ou the folly. Ina; coudltlona. rla will (Ire the purctiiMrtba BrslWdsji after the strlrslof the Kuiflue to live ll a Ulr and sallsfattor f trial, lucaiethe bugine falls (0 toius up la our luarautce. we III Lie beik Ike Engine, relund sierr dollar recelied on the Cugtne, provided the iwrcliaaer returns tbe Knglne lo his ueareei railroad stallou. aud leave II subject to mil order bj the llueevl said todays' trial. uorw liberal oner aau comma 1. leuaiuij uu wan uum ban our guarantee. Head it : operation. ltcHaeiHbcr erery IChkIho editors Tower Kualne and llolfer ntoe ana Holier S&llorae IViwtr Cdglne and Boiler rower sturs LOOK AT OUR PRICES: Engine and Holler . Uhlo. rower .il0 to u ... . ... generally. for further Information aud descriptive pamphlet, eJdros the usuufacturers, 03 tt CO., JAHI2N llellTeredoacaraattirlolleld. . SUM 410 'iSO W I.KrFKI, NirlnHcl.l, Okie. STAKFOBD, Tnesday Morning, W, P. WALTON, Tnn Now York Court of Appeals has decided that cbildrcu havo a right to play on the sidewalk. The decision was based on tho following facts: A young girl was "jumping tho rope" on tho Bidewalk and stepping back, A few evenA CoMn.rre Lencnsler and Itlchiuond, and under I hit arrangement, ws feci tur w can offer the farmers fell into an unprotected area and was ings ago Mr Nath Shumate sent four esses Many Inducements Over tho Majority of Dealers. injured. A verdict for damages was of eggs to the depot br a little boy to be t keep on hsnds si sll time at my sstersl Wart llooras s lam slock of obtained against tho owner of the shipped He had them In a little two- property. Tho case was appealed, the wheel wagon and when he had gotten nearly to the depot, he wenta. little too far to defendant claiming that playing on one side and the wagon, eggs, boy and all the sidewalk was not a legitimate use went heels over head down an embank of it. But the Court of Appeals took ment about ten feet high, smashing about a different view and affirmed the defifteen or twenty dozen eggs. cision ot tho lower court. Waman'i True Friend. Not long ago a new member of Sj A friend Id need la a friend Indeed, this Don can deny, sepeclally when assistance la rendered Congresi was invited to a dinner. He when one Is sorely afflicted with disrate, mots describes it thus: "Thcro was nothparticularly thou complaints and weaknesses so common to our feiaal s popnlsllon. Erery woman ing on tho table when I got there but should know that Electric Bitters sre woman's some forks nnd spoons and bricky-bratrue friend, and will positively rrttors her lo Presently they brought in some health, eren when sll other remedies Ml. A single trial always protre our assertion. They soup. As I didn't see nothiu' else, I are pleasant to taite, andonlr roat arty rents a thought I'd eat all tho soup I could, bottle. Bold br Penny A McAllttcr. though soup's a mighty poor dinner to LASCASTklt ADTk.BTI.KUTS. invite a feller to. So I was helped tion manners," although epethets have amount which finally reaches them four times, and then come on tho finbeen bandied with a vengcanco never II. O. KAUi'FMAN, l after months of waiting, is insufficient est dinner I ever see and thero I sot," before known iu tho history of ConATTOIINEV .rYt IaA.W. for much talent. The assembled wis groaued he, "chock full of soup.'' LANCASTER, KY. gressional debate. Tho "lie" has been IiiiKglCM, CiirrliiRCfi, NprliiK Wmroiik, 1'nriu Whrohm, Leg Wngena, dom of tho Stato can suggest remedies 43 Matter Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. Will given and taken, but tho members The United States Government has The tracks ot the Kentucky Central practice. In sll the Courts of (Isrrard and adjoining for this and the other defects and we In of Appeals. thus addressed liavo been invariably Railroad ars to be extended to the South counties and tha Court look for great good from tho proposed granted to railroads no less than Northern men. The last "gentleman" acres of land. Some idea ern bank ot the Uhio to connect with a convention. ferry, by which freight cars will lie taken Citizens National Bank. to signalize himself was Representacan bo formed of this vast amount of Our candidates for the Legislature land when it is known that it is equal over to Cincinnati. Hie company will tive Van VotSrhees, who inexpressi' Tstaacar DaraarHasr, erect a freight depot In the vicinity of Orrica or CourrtoLLsaor TiiaCvaaxsrr, bly shocked the sensitiveness ot the promise us to ignore national ques- to more than the area of the thirteen Smith and John streets. Wasiiisoton, Fra, 13, in J 'House by calling Mr. Pago, ot Califor- tions in their speeches and talk about original Slates. It Is eslimated that a thorough search . WliaacAS. hr sitltfactorr etldenc -rrceenled to ....-..... i, obj oceu niiu 10 spcrinii t and a gambler." matters with which tho man elected nia, a for human bodies, supposed to be buried ins un 'enifEuea, inL!tiiena national liana or umnuier, in me NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. under the debris of the Southern Railroad town of liiniUr. In the couulr or (Jarranl snd not respond, but the will havo to deal tho common school Mr. Pago did Corn is ten inches high in Southwest depot, in Cincinnati, will cost $10,000 The HtatBof Kentucki. haa compiled with all tha provision of Ihs lUvtaeJ Minute or tho United House got on its car and would have question, tho penitentiary, taxation, Georgia. with tforan ssao, Chamber of Commerce Relief Committee Slate required to bo compiled commence) the butl elation ehall boaatborlxed to expelled Mr. V. had he not made a and a hundred other matters of far The River and Harbor Bill goes over has properly declined not to appropri- neaaoi uanainf. verr more import to this locality than to the next Congress. Now, there ore, t, John J Knox, Comptroller of most abject apology. ate money to be used in carrying on the Failures for the last week, in the Unithe questions with which Congress only .National liana of Lancaster, In Ih tovrn of jo. search. TnE Sessinghaus Frost contested outer. In tha county of tlarrard and Htat ol Ken. ted States and Canada. 272. can deal. Congress adjourned without action on tucay ia auinonieu to commence me ouaioeaaoi election case from n Missouri district, Chan. II. Held, who defended Gu'ueau tuinklnc at provided In Pecllou .16 of Ih lUt laed Railroad Csrls, .'.capers, Mowers, Hsy Rsket, Orsls Drill, RrotJi-w- l geedrra, f ulkey tlarrowt, fultey the Whisky Extension BUI. The House Htatutea of Ih United tluiea. Senator Edmunds, of Vermont, Is to be paid $3,000 h the government. after two year's trial" was dicided by In tettloooy whereor, WllncM ray hand anl Plows, Walklngsnd Hiding Culllrstors, Corn Prills, Oorn Planters, Feed rollers. CVm Hbellen, Farmwas obdurate and pleaded Sunday sanctity aealofut&ce thltZSd day of February, ISJX was elected President pro tern of the Through sleeping cars will Boon be Hollers, and many sther Items ers' the House Friday in favor of SessingJOll.N J. K.N OX, for not calling It up for consideration. It I liS-tCcmptroller of the Currency. haus and although ho was a member Senate and he is now virtually the run between New York and New Orleans. III go hard with the whisky men, but No. I.SM. The Western Union Telegraph Co. of tho United States. there seems to be no remedial relief, and it but tor a single day, he draws his full Should Arthur kick the bucket, either lost $200,000 by the recent storm in Illi stands them In hand to be ready for the ex salary for the two years. Froat, the nois. For Sale! Is not A Tezas The I'hilndelphiaGuarantee Trust and piration of the bonded period. It sitting member, has also drawn full from natural or unnatural causes, likely they will rept the experi tnent of while $30, Vermont will have the honor of hold- Safe Deposit Company has been robbed of salary for tho samo time, I will sell or exehanro nr Farm In Texu for over manufacture. lands In (Jarrard, MalTton, Lincoln or lloyle coun000 has been expended by tho govern- ing the Presidency the first and only $70,000 in bonds. ties. This (arm la eltuatcd In Tarrant count r. The Km press of Germany gives 1,000 Teiae, about 12 or It mile South of the city of L. M. Lasler declines. ment in arriving at the merits . of the time in her history. Fort Worth and about sam dlstanc North of marks to the fund for the relief of sufferers JMttor Interior Journal Ih City of Cleburne, In Johnson county. Contains contest. We sincerely trust that tho Ok the 81st ballot and after a by the floods in America. My many friends of Crab Orchard who aVO Aerrm ot An land, all under froc. with a coud water on rood incoming democratic House will tie viso month's effort, the Michigan LegislaCol. M. Polk, the defaulting Treasurer so kindly honored me with a call to fill out (trmt-rnt- barn upon II sad land, and l.arjjrc-lifi- place. It It e farming will which the people will cease ture succeeded Friday in breaking the of Tennessee, gave bond In the sum of $20,-00- the unexpired term of the late Hon. Robl. located for raiting cattle, being on s high plateau means by between two ner falling atreamt of water, it U and was released from jail. one mil surveyed rout of th being robbed by these contested elec- dead lock and electing Thomas W. Wain, in the State Senate from this-- dis- aboutWorth East of th it, prices and eillmslesof all kinds of Haglnes, (Uw Mills, Threehlng Ms lain also prrwrcd Fort The Senate passed the bill providing trict, and all others who so kindly pledged completed In a KloUrand and II., which will b chines. Hay Ficam, tofumith also about 3 miles short time, tion cases, three fourths of which are Palmer, a third rate man to the U. S. Straw Blacker, Wind MM s, Horn I'oweri, and rsrlous'other alndi ol machinery. Ol men v, a pania r e n. it. now in operafor the admission free of duty of articles me theirsupport in case I should make the weal without merit at all. tion from Ft. Worth to Oalicaton. This farm is In Senate to succeed Ferry, whoso sun Intended for the Louisville Exposition will please accept my warmest the great cotton aud wheat railing section of Northrac- -, Partle In want of any goods In my Una will Texas Harrodsburg Springs are advertised to thanks for the honor bo conferred upon me, ernfarm or and very desirable for any on wanting Gov. Blackburn has has gone dawn in a cloud forever. He It is said that raise cattle. A In hac on th place a to uorn ueiiers wun ran snu looae nothing by seeing me I lore purchasing small refused to pardon Qilmore and Meece, only received two votes on tho last be sold April Gtli. It contains 200 acres and allow me to decline, in faror of the on Innuncnoranori Bull, 3 years old this bprlng: Short Horn ipJemi and has two fine mineral springs on it in: candidate from Casey county; as that coun- also farming who were convicted at Somerset a ballot. piac. Morgan devised to the ty seems justly entitled to represent this inJan. II. IBS IVn. HeKKE DUNCAN. Ky. Governor E. D. Lancaster, Some meu aro born for fun and the year or two ago for being accessories JSSjaasfsaa- - sawaaToa7WWMkZ Presbyterian Board of Missions $200,000 of a man named Millis, fellow, who, although less than thirty and to Union Theological Seminary $200,-00- district at present. Very Respectfully, to the murder L. M. Lasley. whoso death, it is alleged, was by the years old, led to the altar his third Durin g the forty seventh Congress hands of Nunnelley, recently acquitted wife at Woodbury, Ky., the other bills and joint resolutions have been unjustly bo, it is said, at Mt. Vernon. day, should head the list. introduced in the House, and 2,052 in the ia.ii, li.- t&RM Imw lUk1M We can hardly believe that Governor DEPARTMENT. Congress held on Senate. The Blackburn has deliberately refused to till 12:05 Sunday afternoon Kalainaioo bprlng Tooth Harrow Mr. Pincknty Thompson, Chairman of and then .V . ItOUT. It. WEST, Editor. pardon anybody and if he has done so kicked its last. May we never look the State Board of Health, hag called a sanI slsihsndla drain and SeeJs ol all kinds, alio LANCASTER. itary convention, to be held in Louisville in this instance, we give him a "great upon its like again. Hay snd Wool. Police Court was In session Saturday, March 7th. big mark" and siug a pean or two in lMolln8ulky rlow ) The Senate Tariff Bill was passed by but very little business was done. The bonds of a public official are his praise. The IMusicale met with Miss Kate the IIouso during ill dying hours. It re The Louisville Democrat takes issue always good until they are wanted in duces the revenue without giving the need Mason. Friday night, and had quite a ' pleasant entertainment, Consisting ol with us on tho proposition that it is court, and then they are good for noth- ed relief prayed for. wimjamn, ki:i:n Bourbon News. Mr. Jo. Petty's baby several days ago Elliott, the pugilist, was of ing. silly to advocate the Mansgers HuslonTlll Depot; shot and killed by Jerry Dunn, in a saloon swallowed two copper one cent piece and California AprlcotH, General Hancock for the Presidency The facetious Mark Twain says there has been in a very dangerous condition at Chisago. Dunn was a sporting man, Grccu Ghro IMiiuih, and stands by his utterance that the is something very fascinating about hIiicc. and a backer of Sullivan. I.. UITIIKHN, Wo be- cience it gives such wholesale returns local issue. Nlur TomatecH, tariff is only a Hiram Rothwdl bought of Elizabeth In New York there are 278 regularly C7. yft,f. tBiJTrl PaBaPrsaaa Manager Lancaster Depot; lieve that the Democrat claims to be of conjecture for such trilling invest Incorporated Protestant Churches, with an Tankeraley and others, a tract of about Yarmouth Corn. about three miles average inembership300, which would give thirty acres of Isnd one of tho discoverers of the General's merits of fact. Kciifsoil'tf reaches, from Paint I.ick. Price paid, $275. a total of 83,400 communicants. It. II. WKAICKN, peculiar- - fitness for the first place iu TnE dancing lady who tries to wear A negro whose name we failed to Charley Jones, the negro who murderManager Itlchmond Depot Corn IMintrrJ of course we tho gift of the nation and the skirt of her dress under her arm ed his wife at Harrodsburg, has been cap- learn, was shot at Lowell, on Friday night, Pine Applets, could not expect otherwise than that lZ v k w"-,,- 3: (String ItcaiiH, in Mercer county, with a shot gun loaded with squirrel shot. and tho waist around her knees and tured in a straw-ricit should come to his defense. It is not known who did the shooting. He with his feet and hands frozen. orkicks her slippers clear ovor the OyHtcnt, lc. The Democratic County Committee in is not, however, dangerously wounded. atSenators Bayard and Beck refus- chestra chairs' every night, gets 8600 Mr. Dave Thompson, of Kockcastle has settled the election muded to serve on tho packed conference a week and the city missionary gets Shelby county county, bought of J. il. Woodcock, hi dle by declaring J. C. Beckham the nomicommittee on the Senate tariff bill and $G00 a year; the horse race scoops in nee of the party for the Legislature. farm about three miles from town, for Alio, a lot of new Mackerel. Sugars their places were offered to a dozen be- $2,000 the first day and the church Humphreys & Co., wholesale dealers $15,000. $10,000 cosh, the remainder in We are always glad lo have fore nny ono would serve. Finally, fair lasts a week, works thirty ot its in hides and leather in New York, have 12 months. and Coffee, in abundance, and our Mahone, the little scamp from Virgin- best women nearly to death and made an assignment. The firm's liabilities such men as Mr. Thompson come to welPrices extremely Low, at the county, and extend to him a hearty amount to from $000,000 to $700,000. ia, ami McDill accepted, but it looked comes'out 840 in debt. WoodThe conference report on the fortifica- come. We understand that Mr. for a time that'nobody could be found Accordino to Dr. Tuke, the En- tions appropriation pased both Houses of cock will move to town, "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," mean enough to take a hand in the glish hygienist, idleness and ignorance Congress. It gives $070,000 more to keep Personal. Mr. John I). Thompson, Maof Harrodsburg, waa In town Friday. preposterous proceedings. LANCAHTElt, KY. are much more prolific causes ot diseas the nithle's Invader off our sacred sotl. BsaaaBaaBHsaBaaaHsBl lawBffK Vtnt it rjf.fTt! XXCknr The trial of Ed Hull, at Nicholas-ville- , ny of our citizen were shaking hands with who paid 8100,-00- 0 es among women than overwork, Senator Tauor, thinking that he was Little Phil." for the murder of Sid Baxter, re- him, GEO.D.BUKDETT&CO., for the honor of of being U. S. They are the main causes of hysteria, Col. Bradley left Sunday evening for sulted in a hung jury, eight for manslaughin ornamentation, is inI'roirletois. Senator from Colorado for one month, and of many other evils, including Frankfort. Judge Geo. Denny returned ter, three for acquittal and two for murder. unequalled. Mr, David Jones, of Kirks-villmode but one speech during his term anity and insauity. The break down rrr? Ben Hill, Jr., son of the late Senator home Friday, late with Queen Uros. Itlchmond, and then only to explain that on the from overstrain does occasionally take Hill, ft confined with paralysis of the vocal 3ES.I3NTC3-- OP T3E3CE3 a position in the cloth- pending iuesttou "ho was paired with place and the first important symptom chords and can not speak. His physician Ky., haa accepted Itlgney. of W. O. Hampton W. South, of Carolina." Mr. is slceple$sues; when that sets in there says he san not recover the use of his voice. Peter Pierce, balling from Tennessee, The sale of liquor in Glasgow, Ky, Is Tabor is a lwuauza king and has is cause for alarm. prohibited, the penalty being $100 for each waa tried Friday morning before Judge NTANFOUD, KY., achieved some fumo from tho fact that Tub Chicago correspondent of the day's violation of the law. Two saloon- William B Walker on a charge of steal ing a horse from Mr. W. II. Conn. He wears night shirts that cost $200 Louis villo Courier-Jourhe says; "An keepers are asked to pay In, In fines $30,. Dealer In was committed to jail In default of ball. each. immenso number of young women 600. lectured in Lexington Pierce had besn working for Mr. Conn.snd The There was pretty good picking for here have been seized with a freozy to under the protection of the police. One or married in this county. He left several tho Commonwealth's Attorney at have their tresses dressed in the style two roughs denounced some of his state, month ago and went back to his home in Whitehall, N. Y tho other day. If of the 'Langtry bang.' This necessi- merits ss lies, but further no dlsturbsnce Tennessee. Mr. Conn, a few day ago, lost QUKENBWARE, one of bis horse and' tracked the thief to be gets 30 per cent, of fines as those tates cutting the hair to within three was nude. Tennessee, where he found his horse in the The Champion Stallion Stakes for John O inches of the head as far back as the officers do in Kentucky. OUrer Chilled Metal will on and a half miles, to he run barn of the father of Pierce. Pierce saw Harness and Saddlery, InO'sriucrs slid liuwuien. Ilitin a--Oilier Draft How, batluj not ctrrude; Ihs bttrlttt iutt will rtmors whisky dealer, was convicted crown and arranging this shortened Neal, a a lew minutes. TtiaOllm Is alo log landalds, which doss away with for next September, will be contested for Mr. Conn and recognized him and ran. The lb preuui found la straight laudalJ Hows. ThoOlWrr baa hundreds of Initiators, no mauuftclu-rof 457 offences and fined the neat lit crop in a series of flat, reversed curls. over the Louisville Jockey Club course. deputy sheriff captured bim and brought wilt linltstssu luf.rlir How has a record unparalleled In th history of Plows. Your Th Ollxr tie sum of $9,000. Wouldn't such a This may he a new rage, but it is as Col. Clark' bid of $10,672 against $6,000 him to Lancaster. Mr. Conn had offured a nslgtibors will tell you lo BUY THE OLIVKU, and take no other. too ancient a style iu treatment as the bid from the Gouty Island Jockey Club te reward of 60 for the return of bis bone deal ake Attorney Warren Just m-t- f and capture of tbt thief, cured the prut. wfg Itself." too supremely happy. aro not entirely unknown in tho medmorning nt Atlanta. A pigmy in ical practico in Philadelphia, though body, ho wai n giant in brain, and in physicians do not care to havo it Ins eventful life, lio was honored aa no known that they prescribe so unpopuman of his Slate krs over honored. lar an insect in their practico, and ConfedHe was Vico President of tho few druggists will acknowledge that erate States, but after tho war accept that they keep it in stock. Tho Proed the situation and was elected to fessor says that cockroach tea may bo Congress, where ho has been of inestiused with good effect in certain cases. mable advantage to his Stato and sec Its medicinal properties resemble tion. His death ii regarded as a pub those of cantharides, and when pre lio calnranity in Georgia, where ho scribed it is in the shape of a pill, held tho lovo and respect of everymade with tho powder of tho dried body. His remains wero lain in Stale insect. The cockroach is no more ofand duriog the day 20,000 sorrowing fensive than tho cantharides, both becitizens viewed them. Mr. Stephens ing of the camo class of insect, and mado his will sometime ago. He three the smell is not so objectionable as leaves $100,000 in money to that of the Spanish fly. children of his late brother, Judge Linton Stephens, and the rest of his Judoe Beckxer's suggestion to estate, barring a few minor bequests, hold an educational conferenco at to his nephew,Col. John A. Stephens. Frankfort to discuss the common What his estate will foot up depends school system and devise means for its largely on tho sale of his nev "Histo- betterment, is meeting with an encourry of the United States." Ho made agement from every quarter that ia about $30,000 on "Tho War Between truly gratifying. As now conducted, the States," and his now book is sell the system is the worst of any of tho ing well. Abovo his bequests his States and tho schools as managed are absolutely worthless beyond tho estate will probably pay 810,000. A. B. C. period. There is enoueh We have heard no reference duiiug money collected, if it wero paid out the recent cession of Congress about without such a heavy expense, to se the "rebel brigadiers" and "plantacure good teachers, but the small Hon. Alkxaxmcii Stehiens, Gov: cnuir of Georgia, liel at 3:24 Sunday is scarcely agreeable to think the' cockroach could ever becoruo an active agent la medicine. ICY. Yet It is used almost universally in G, 1883 Russia as a diuretio in certain diseasMarch es, and it is also frequently used in Kuropeaii medical practico as a euro EDITOR for llright's disease. Tho Profetsor o of Materia Medica in Jefferson It that sign The annual pension pi; ments are now Parnt Lick. A New York surgeon says that The farmers In this vicinity are busy whenovcryou soo pimples depressed double llm Interest on the National Debt, and there Is patriotic yearning to add a turning up the soil. in the ctntro yon may take that ns a few of small-pox- . Small-po- x pus- Col-leg- recently stated that cockroaches tules appear first on tho face, then on the neck and hands nnd afterwards on tho body. At first tlioy aro tho size and havo tho solidity of smnll shot, but a layman would not be able to judge of them until on nnd after tho fourth day, when they becomo deprte s cd in the ccntro nnd surrounded by a circle of pink that turns a dark crim son. Thcso pimples are often so thick that thoy run together. Thcro is an odor accompanying the diseaso that once noticed can never bo forgotten. e. mora millions to the pension allowance. O. 0. Barnes, r and cashier of the Unmet House, was found to be bo hind In his accounts about $J,00O. The amount has been made up by Ids relatives' V. V. and J. L Thompson, of Wood-stocwho were tried In the United States Court at Louisville, for a charge of some crookedness in tha whisky business, have been sciinilled. The Knight of Honor are "moving' to building a Temple at Louisville at a coil of $100,000 and the various lodges will be asked to snbrcrlt. $5,000 has already been raised. 'The Trustees ot the town of Columbia met last week and passed an ordinance exempting the proposed railroad company from city tax for depot and decot grounds for thirty y ears. Spectator, Judge Msjor, sitting at Frankfort, Ky., has held that the State has the right to tax all railroads in the State in the manner arrived at by the Hallway The case will go to the Court of Appeals. Representative Phil Thompson had the Kentucky river appropriation of $50,-00-0 reinstated In the IUver and Harbor Bill. It will be remembered that It was struck out on Thursday through John D. White's effort. The Seuatr'a additional pension amendsoldiers ment to one armed nnd paved the House with but little objection. It gives them $21 per month; those who are helpless from wounds, $30. The Mexican Pension Bill was killed again, The courts hare decided that negligence In the transmission of telegrams Is not excused by the provision on the tale graphic blsnk that the company will not be rosKnsible for mistakes unless the mes sage is repealed at an extra cost. The monthly statement Issued from the Treasury Department shows a reduction of $7,030,078 54 In the public debt during February. The decrease of debt since June 30, '82, is $102,033,346.29. The total 4 debt less cash In the Treasury is IwoV-keepeCom-nilio$1,589,-276,11- k, Mrs. Warren, mother of Mr. William Warren, of this place, Is suffering with a PHARMACISTS cancer. PKALSSS is It is reported that six of the convicts fTTVi. !?i'?,Gcfi)iiio2?'. that made their eweape on Roundstone, vfV Drug;!, Books, have been caught in this vicinity. 'S.. TJi- - . Small-pohas not made It tppeart t'hju sna' prrtetlptlon arcurstely compounded. ance here yet, but the warm weather tin- Aim 1 we have had has devoloped several cases of JJTtfKlllliNi I spring fever. .Mr. a uurn, or nils pises, was married la-- l week to a lady In Jcsslmlne Lnrgrst Stork nt Wnlcltrs, county whose name we failed to learn A Slit rnarn florin, Jcvrr-lrThis makes his third wife. hter himifht to this markel Price Lower than Messrs. Nathan Blntmatn and Samuel Watches, Clocks and Jewelry RethslAwett paired vn short nolle end Warranted. Warnlcut went down on Gilberts Creeek on business last Sunday, Alex Francis and Ksy Lacker have gone to Rlleys Station to learn telegraphy under Prof. John Cox, formerly of this place. Miss Mc Far ran, a beautiful blonde ol Danville, l the guest of Miss Ruth Crow. Messrs. J. W. Griffin and C S. Campbell, of Lancaster, made us lo order logel control of the tact and moot popular line ol Atrlcullural Impleroenta and I'leaturs Vehicles, end sin In order loenslt me to pur haw In such qmnllllra as to ol.uln Ih largest dlt. a visit Sunday. counts snd lowest ratee of freight, I hate rtlaMlihnl branch War Itnims snd Asvnls st lluttonrllle, Smash-up- . PciVMito yra&S,. firf v Stationery and Iftiioy Articles. i. 31111 ATTENTION. w-- T EBS! -- i ';T"!-cyj- 296,-000,0- . "cut-throa- 1 Vice-Preside- nt i Farm s 0 8.-0- Garrard County T ptSS" " Forty-Sevent- One Hundred Cases Canned Goods, GEORGE D. WEAREN, 3ra.Vrfr. a y id Cock-eye- d ..jirr Stanford. i LaasaaBaBaaaiV k SSWEsft your special tention to the I desire to call e, tng-stor- e Wi Ti GREEN) -- THE! igisi which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste 4 JFIE5Hair! nal Groceries, Hardware, sr PIsOWS WAtiosns. W. H. HIGCrlNS. 1 I laqnj.. 'IaS-JLl- -l 1J! 3 MARRIAGES. SgRM at W. T. Green'a. ! In renewing her subscription for anothMiNon Mrat 10 renla per pound el W. er year, Mis Lilla V Jordan, one of our T. Green V QTjVlTirOKID, ICY. sweel girl graduates of a few years ago, TitR genuine Hamilton Steel Plow at A. now of (julnry, Florid, writes that Mis Tuesday Morning, Match 0, 1883 Owley A Son's, Mallie Scarborough, also a former student Born to the wife of Joel K. Porlman, of Stanford Female College, was minted A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Saturday night, a girl, making (lie third recently to Mr. A. L Wilson, a prominent young merchant of Qulncy. Northbound I'snenger pastes Stanford t BSOA. M. child. -- Southbound " LOCAL fOTtCCS. " iwr.v, Ilov Paint of Penny A McAlister. Mr. John MrrrAi.r aold yesterday 10 Nrw mock of Jewelry ami 811 wware it Penny A McAlliter. shares of stock In Ihe Crab Orchard A Dani I.ANIirl-tiiVQanl'it Reeds, In bulk and ville Pike at about $4 per shire of $50. In er', at Penny A McAllalerV We have Just learned that Mr. Richard WaTciii Clock and Jewelrr repaired Bibb was presented by his wife a few days and warranted br Penny A McAlister. all slits. ago with a bsunclng girl baby, which he Lahoi itock or Window Double thick glass for flower pit. Penny haa named Mary. A McAlister. The Hnatonvllle people can now hear PERSONAL. the Stanford Town Clock strike as plainly Mf.SM. Milto L. WAKEFIELD and almoat as we do. The Telephone Is Indeed Herbert Walker, of Illooralngton, III., are a wonderful Invention. guest of Mr. J. M. Wray, at Pink Cottage. y The Wlxtrd Oil men look the day -- 0. W. 8iiArur.it, Hie Photographer has and did n thriving bualness. They Islt his family. Gallery gone home to seem to be nice men, Dr. C. S. Hilx being closed until LU return, of which notice especially agreeable. They leave for litch-mon- d, ANoi-lenn- i ran away with a son of John A. Jaaper, near Somerset week and he wn killed. RELIGIOUS. list Kev. K. F. Baker, who recently held a meeting at Hustonville, ia now conduct- (Jl, will be glren. Mn, John K. Virxr, School Conirul-loner- , and Mr It. II, Weet, Deputy County Clerk and editor of our Garrard department, honored in with a call yelrdJ. Hev.J. A. Hooi.k, we learn by taken auddenly III yeilerdey and wa unable to open bU sjhool at Turner-elitHe la ItnproflnK though, and ex pect! to be on band before the wtekltom, Mr W. C. Hailey, who srnt Ut year at Dsderllle, Ala , In the limy biisl new, haa decided, we are glad to ssy, that Old Kalnluck" l the best lsre after all and ha located at TiirneraTille, where he will run a store and lilacksuiilli shop. LOCAL MATTERS. e. Plenty of fruit and a fresh lot of candle, Just receired at H. C. iirlghl'. For 8alk. Three handouie resilience. Wllleellter 82. cheap. Stanford, Dec. 2 W. Craig. W. IIayhcn Iui recelred a nice new lot of Spring Clothing. Hudn'l you better go and get a bargain of him? J. Ilov the Universal Plow from W. II. Hlgcina; double and single shovel, one hone iteel or cast tnrnling plow and harrow combine!. Nothing equal toil. Wr.are thoojilf housoln town that carry a full line of California canned good Canned good of atl VlnJi handled on loweel possible margin by case) or doicn. H.ClUigbl. r of 80 acre, In gran, lying on pike, - mllea from town, for aale or rent and hors and buggy for aale. B. O, Alford. UftlNU ua your feather, hidee, tallow, wool, Ac. We buy all kind, of country produce and pay the highest market price In cash or trade. II. G Bright. Farm I.an-caate- A Bin Cum. We are indebted to Mr Jueph K.McClary for a club of '.- suUcrlb-e- r -J brought in yeterdy. We wiih we had a hou full of uch good friend aa he. I iiavk the liandaomeal line of suiting and pantaloou paterns efer brought to this market, beyond any doubt, and I am con tanlly getting In new addition. I hate good of all color and shade. Thoae dr Iriiitt clothing should come now and get the pick. ll.&Huplcy. KJ Johnson and Sam I'OUCK Couitr Embry, the two negroes who escsped from were ceptured and Judge the Hill added an extra, fine of $20 each to the amount they were working out. He also added (10 to the One of the painter, Warren, who refuses to work. A little hickory would bring him to time. work-house- Bill llachlioii, a negro who ha hi home in thla vicinity, waa arreMed Sat urday, for the rape at Junction City, of a daughter of BeuU little eight-year-ol- d Goggln, col'd. Hoggin and hi wife lelt the ratcal at home with the girl when Ihev lUrr. went visiting and he committed the deed while they were gone. devil-lu- ll Legislative candidate, Messrs. J. 8. Murphy, W. O Haniford, T. P. Ulll, Jr. and I). A. Btugh, hare agreed on the fol lowing appointment for 'peaking: Crab Orchard, Saturday, Mar 10th; Hall Gap, Tuesday, 13th; MoKinney, Friday 10th; Hustonville, Satunjay, 17lh and Sltli. Speaking at 1 M The woman in Louisville AN orer aealoti haalTamed her twins Jes ua ChrUt and Geo. O. Names, and told a Coinmmlal that HI her Intention to name Ihq forthcoming edition to the family "Praise the Lord.' Mr. Henrietta Caldwell la the woman' name and she aay that she ha had a vision In which tlio Lord appeared and jt old i her to go forth converting the aoul anipi'caUng the,body., Salk or Bank StociC. Dr. J. B. Ow-le- executor of T O Humber, aold yesterday, Ml ahareaof atock in the Farmera National Bank of Stanford, belonging to hi estate and five belo'nglng to Tim W. Higglns, aa follow) John S Owsley 'JO share at $147 CO to $160; J. B. Paxton 10 at $160; G. Lynn 21 at $1 U 60 to $160! Danville man 20 at $145 to $149; Geo. W Jamea HO at $145 60 to $140; A. D New. land 10 at $110.60; W. P. Williams 6 at $140; Capl. It, (J. Craig 10 at $145 and A W, Carpenter 20 at $144 60 to $145. The average of the 140 (hare wai $140 87. a The Director of the Lincoln County Telephone Co. met lu the ofilce of Green A William, Hustonville, and dtcidrd on the following rate of charges: For two per sona to converse a reasonable length of lime, 25 rent and for a written message,' 26rentt, The same rate applies cither from Stanford to Iliistnnvillf, McKlnney or Moreland, or fr"m lluetnnville to MeS Kinney and rtee vtna Contlderlog the charges mad by the telegraph company, these figure are very rrasonablo and the public will find It a great convenlance. The McKlnney Hue will be attachtd tbt week, the line to Iluatonvllle la In good working will be transmitted order and mewuge promptly Stanford otsioe wth Interior Journal. ing one In Quitman, Us, Mr, Klchtrt! Illbb waa here yesterday circulating a subscription pier to raise funds to build a Presbyterian church at McKlnney and met with considerable encouragement. Elder J S. ShoUse suffered the lost of his furniture by fire In Lexington Frldsy, The hontt, which waa the property of Eld, Jones, waa entirely consumed. 'Squire E. It. Caldwell, Jr , writes us that Ilev. W. T. Tyree' meeting closed at Double Springs, with 40 additions, making 171 confessions under his ministration in about twelve months The. new Baptist Church Is almost ready for ore, and Is a very fine building. It is a natural inference that immorality The undersigned having renleJ and re- and crime will vlilblj decrease after the filled the old Miller House, nn Stanford building of such a house in our town. Street, In Lincaster, they are preparrd to Somerset Kejiorter. entertain the traveling public. Special LAND, STOCK AND CROP. rales to Commercial men. Martin A Salter, Fount Myers sold CO good 117 lb. hogs rortman land, 22 ncres fronting on The Main atreet and running back accross tie at 0 cents. -- Dr. T. II Montgomery aold to F. JWd llallrosd was sold by Special Commissioner 6 yearling mules for $500. W. II Miller, yesterday to M. C. Portman In Anderson county 600 barrels of for $3,701 for the whole, equal lo about corn In crib aold for $900 $1C5 per acre. Green A Wllliiuis, Huslonville, bought The Wizard Oil Men didn't goto 700 bushels of wheat at $1. notwithstanding they were spec-ial-lr The proprietors of the Lincoln Mills Invited, but Billy Williams and a want to buy wheat and corn. number ol other listened to the concert John M. McUobeit,8r., said to Tim through the telephone and recognized W. lligglns a 2 year-olmule for $85. tune, allhnjigh the singers were In front of I have 175 ewes, now lambing, which e the and Ihe Instrument In I wish to sell. J. II. Miller, Stanford. the most remote, part of our olUce from Eighty or ninety nice them. cattle for sale. W. O. Wallace, Stanford. Fan Sale, Cheap. A Good 3 year-olCounty Court. But little was done In Jack. Apply to It. II. Crow, Stanford. ihls courtyesterday. Morris J. Hsrrls was John Bright bought of sundry Crab granted hole) license at Crab OrcharJ; J. T. hogs at Gj Hackley was appointed curator of the e Orchard farmer 20 head 100-lAt North Middletown, Ky., H. O. late of hi mother, Mrs. Sarah Bailey; and A. K Denny ipnlified as deputy county Thonfas has bought 300 fat hogs, for May clerk for the convenience of Ihe people cf delivery atO cent. hts neighborhood. The nther orders rela-lu- d J. 8. Hundley bought In Washington mostly to road mattera and are unin- county, 17 head two and cattle l.lCOdbs. at o cents, . teresting. Fruit men say tho buds aro alt right SrST Ox.-T- he examining trial of Tbos. Grapes, peaches and Ihe smalt fruits generC Ball for shooting at, with intent to kill, ally are safe so far. Lex. Prcas. Waverly Hamilton, resulted in his being Fifteen four to 7 year old mules at held over In $100 to the Circuit Court $135; 10 medium mule- - at $100 and 8 at The evidence shown! Tommy under a fsr $127 60 were some of the sate In Bowling less favoraMe light than our report of Ihe Green last week. aOair, which must have come from hi The Coons A Forsythe Brothers Cattle side. There was no evidence that his wife Co, of Texas, has just sold t3 Smith A brought him the pistol, but on the contraHall 22,000 head of cattle and 00,000 ry It was proven that he drew It from his acres of land for $300,000. Iocket. This made another rase against The peanut crop of Tennessee last year him and he was held In $50 for csrrying is estimated nt 350,000 or 400,000 bushels. concesled weapon Virginia raised 1,500,000 bushels and . An automatic Car Couri.KR Mr. II North Carolina 150,000 bushels. T. Arnold, of Garrard, exhibited In this ofIiaac Mcllar sold to James Itandell fice yrsterday an autniitatlc of 43 head of sheep at $5 per head. At Joe his own Invention,, upon which lie has re Graves' sate 27 yearling mulea sold for $70 cur d Jellere ptlent. Tho invention due per bead. -- Harrodsbur Enterprise. awsy entirely with the brskemsu going beCspt. Gillespie, of Bourbon, haa bought tween the cars, either lo connect or discon his father a spring wool clip st 20 cents nrcl them and will therefore when adipt per pound and his lambs at $3 per bead ed, as it no doubt will be, save the live of and prjbably get the best of the old man. many persons eery year. The connection New vegetable are thus quoted in Is by means of a rod, but a link can be used New York: Cucumbers at 50 cents each; jut as well. Mr. Arnold will exhibit the nrw potatoes $0 per buret; strawberries model at the Chicago Exhibition and other $2 76 a quart and tomatoes 30 cents a quart. points. He haa a fortune in store if we A. T Nunnelley sotd yesterday to Mr h things. are any judge Walker, of Garrard, 4G head of G50 pound ) a eers at $30 per head and 12 for $325; to 111'irTO.iVlLl.E. -- Since our last visit J M. Hail 9 calves at $2250 and lo David more thin a year ago. It ha Anderson 12 heifer at same price. 'come out of the kinks," so to speak, In sn The beautiful weather, which has last amatinglv graiifvlng manner. The car ed a week, seems to have about come lo an r and Ihe painter have penler, the end, as the cloud were dripping last been at work, and the dilapidated houses night. The farmera got iu a good week's kave been' metamorphosed into handsome work and a deal of corn land was broken residence snd storerooms and a spirit rl up thrift and enterprise seem to pervade Ihr In view of the fact that so many farmatmosphere. "We have been living about ers Isst year planted corn that would not 40 years behind the times," said Mr. J. II. spiout, it would be well now lo test tie Green, one ot Ihe moat enterprising men o seed corn by plsntingsomc of it in a warm the place, "but we have awakened nowtind place. It might save much labor and exIntend to catch up with the car of progress pellee. and keep abreast with it in Ihe future' County Court. There was a good Besides other buildings, u large new Flour- crowd in town yesterday and businesa gen. ing Mill ol three or four stories haa been erslly waa brisk. Capt. 11. T. Dtlh reports added recently and will be fitted up with 250 scrub cattle en the market wl I:h Bold Ihe moat improved machinery. It is the readily from 4 lo 6 cents, all ofiered being mo-- t commanding structure In town and a disposed of. There were no horses cr decided ornament. Then there ia the new mulea although a good demand waa shown Baptist Church, a model Utile home of for work slock. worship, handsome inside and out. SpeakFrom ths Ilichmond llegitter: Eleven ing of churches thla town i far abend of Wilkes colts have been sent out of this her sisters Jn the costliness of Its buildings, county and sold to parties elsewhere; four even putting Stanford to shame. Perhaps by Capt. T. J. 8hackelford, four by W. R. one of the most noticabte change in the Letcher, two hy Col. It. U.Terrill and one coming cily is Ihe complete renovation of by W. J. Wslker, deceased. The amount Ihe old establishment known aa "Noah' Hob- realized for the-- e colt waa $21,775 Ark" by Mr S. O. Powell. Paint and the ertTurley, of this county, bought of L. K. carpenter' art have changed it Into quite Huffman, of Fayette, last week, a Poland another house in appearance and as the China sow, 2 yean old thla spring, which Powell Hotel, It la hardly recognized by weighs 415 pounds. She waa exhibited at those familiar with its looks of the past different fairs last summer in thirteen Mr. S. C. Williams assist Mr. Powell in rings and took thirteen premiums. Mr, the conduct of the establishment and Turley bought her for breeding purposes judging from Ihe meal we partook, It is ami paid $07 60 Col. I, Shelby Irvine run on "high principles " The people are sold last week to Leonidaa Duvall A red hot for the uew railroad and show Co, of Missouri, three jacks, for which he their earnestness by diving down In their received for one four year old. $1,200; pockets. The Bank project waa the all ab one three years old $1,100 nnd one two sorbing matter of Interest Saturday, and year old $1,000. He also aold to J. W the stockholder were busy getting things Lsrkln, of llunnewell, Kansas, a yearling in shape. Twenty five hundred dollar for $475. Thews animal ara anion? the more Jhan the necessary $50,000 atock waa best bred In the State, and comblno all Ihe subscribed and an effort to secure a $1,000 beat croesea knoan. Their pedlgreea can worth of it, waa met with the demand for ba traced back for forty years. Mr. J. 0 per cent, premium. The Institution Is Stone Walker, administrator of Percy bound to piy and we wish If the greiteat Walker, deotaaed, sold the farm lying on success Imaginable. The organlzillon was the dirt road two miles Eutof town.knowu not completed Saturday, and an adjourn- aa the lllackwell place, to John I lisle at Wednesday $59 per acre It contains about 370 acre. ment waa had till The following gentlemen will no doubt be LINCOLN COUNTY. chosen aa directors: J P. IMIo, T. J. Bob Inson, Dr. J P Flsnnsgsn, Col. J. W Near McCormack'a Church. Weatherfurd, i: S Powell, 8. F Cowan, J. Meesr. Jera and Charlie Carter have D. Carpenter, II II McAnlch, W F Car returned from the mountains with cattle penter, T. C Jasper, F M Yowell, J O The congregation at Turuersvllle meet McAlialer. It also seema to be settled that each Sunday evening lo practice singing Mr, Jesse P. Itifiu will be made president from tbelr new books. and Mr. J W Hocker, Cashier. Mia Cellla Thurmond treated her very enjoyable candy pulling to Thomia Mcltiberts his aold 490 acre school a (Don't think she ia feeding of bit Und near Danville on the Lancaster last weak. them on taffy.) pike at $09. s e, Opera-Housd d brick-laye- Ilev. 8, Collier will preach at on ihe 3d Instead of the 4th Hun day In each month, aa formerly, Elder J, Q. Montgomery will pretch for the church at Parksville, the third Sunday in each month. l'ER.0NAL-- Mr 1I..T. Bush and Mrs. B. I'. Powell who have been quite tick, we are glad to know are Improving. Mr. N, W. Hnghea has gone to Casey to take charge of a school. Mr. Hughes Is a Tery popular Instructor. Little Bettle Lewis after a six months sickness Is outon crutch ew. Mi Allle Hubble waa visiting In Lexington last week. Mis Jennie Hocker is visiting Mrs. Ed. Carter. Pretty Utile Hetlle Sandldge Is at Mr. El. Cartel's. McCor-mack's futtonrill. I learn that I waa wrong somewhat as to telephone statistic. Jasper will connect with this office and Lynn with Jasner'a line. ForSaleor Kent. I wish to sell my house and lol In Hustonville, a neat and enmmdtniia nronertv. If not aold Immedi ately, will rent It for the remainder of Ihe year. Apply to Jno. S. Goode, In Huston Correction. Sam. M. Burdttt, Editor. There are no candidates for the Legislature in this county. We bail good weather alt last week, for which, praise the Lord, Seven of the ten convict who eeciped recently from a camp on Roundstone have In Tuition, prices range from t& to 160 In th regular Department., primary, I ntermedlale been recaptured. Lincoln Circuit Court. A. llrldgawater and Je- lu; 1'reparstojy, 110, and tv,llrgtate !,. All persons Indebted to Jack Adama A mima Bildgswater, bis wile. On petition. For full particulars, si to Hoard, At . sdjrr. San, either by note or account, will please Notice la herebj (Iran that A, Btldgewater and URN. H. 1. Tltl'KIIKAItT. I'rlnrli.,,1, settle at once and save trouble. Jemima llrldgewster. Ml wile, bat Died tbelr ilanford, Lincoln Co.. Ky, theLincoln Mr. J. E. Vowels' new building la Joint petition In empower aaldCircuit Conrt.p'sy r Inxaald Curt to Jemima lirldtews-leto use, enjoy, sell and confer for her own benrapidly approaching completion. It will efit anr property ahe majr own or acquire free from be quite a handsome structure. claims or debts of her husband; to make contracts, woman snd to dispose The nightly fires In the clearings on su snd be sued as a single deed, of her propertr by will or All the powera s the indicate that the farmer Is sbovs enumerated are prayed for. Case wl f be set gelling his "new ground" ready forseeding for hearing at ths March term, 1843, of said Court. J. P. BAILEY, Clerk. FOB purposes. W. O. Uoodlok, Altj. for Petitioners. Miss Lizzie Hopper, of Lancaster, Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. opened a school at this place yesterday JUDGE IV. O. HANSFORD The only line running morning. The prospects for a good school la a rsndldsU for the democratic nomination for lteprawnlstlTe In tbe next Legislature. to are very encouraging. PULLMAN NKW.SLEEPINO 0ABS REL10IOC8 Rev. Mr. Brock, of the D. A. IIAVGI1 Methodist Church preaches here regularly the 4th Sunday in each month. Elder J. la a candidate for ths Democratlo nomination to represent thla county In tbe next Legislature. L. Alien will preach next Sunday. rao small-poSouth of The reports of JUDGE T. P. HILL, LonlHTllIc, Cincinnati mid jLcx here haa caused some excitement at this In tbe next Leg. lnfCtou, Ky., place. A strange negro coming from the Ia a candidate fortoRepresentativetne democracy. lalature, autject the action ol direction of Williamsburg, la shunned as was a leper of old. 'StlCIUE H. MUItl'IIY The boys about town have concluded Is a candidate to represent Lincoln county In the Connecting In same depot wllh fast trains lor It waa not a string band tbey wanted after next Leglalature, aubject to the action of tbe Democracy. t all. Tbey have bought some horn and reorganized under tic name of the Mt LUMBER OF KINDS. The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan-Vernon Cornet Band. vine, NorfollE, A new town will be built not far from Any one whblng to buy Lumber for boxing, Boone's Osp in this county, on the K. C. fencing or any purpoaa can save money by getting It of ua at our mill on the Humber farm, about two All Virginia and North Carolina R. R. and will probably be called HuntingHorse Recovered and Thief Jcu-nr- n ton. Aa Alvah Pullina, of Garrard coun- miles from Crab Orchard. Points. 121 KELVIN A THOMAS. We have Information of a reliable For tickets and "further Information, apply to ty, is the first white man who put his foot t your ticket office, or addreaa character that John D. and T. L. Carpenter on the banks of the upper Roundstone, the FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. on Friday afternoon found the stolen horse J A HEM C. 1:IINST. town ought in all justice to be called Uenl Southwestern Agent, of the former, which had been traded to a ' 3WW Main HI., Ixulstllle. Ky. Ilecauaa your bouse, or your goods, or your lire gentleman living near Columbia, In Adair About People Mr. Isaac Stuart has atock, or yourother property bare not been burnt C. W. NJ1ITII. 'II. W. KULI.r.K. county. They aoon succeeded in arresting returned from Barbourville. Mr. M. J. or Injured by fire or lightning, la no guaranty that tlon'l Manr, Uen'l raas'r Ag'i. they can it or be. Don't you think, then, that It Itlchmond, Virginia. the thief one Itedmon who waa loitering Miller is ia Garrard county. Mr. William would be prudent to secure Indemnity in case should occur T in the neighborhood and placed him In Flannery, a bright and popular young such Ion or damage obtalnsble In snyloBeryouthla fust-elst the lowest rstes Company. represent seren snd you msy the Columbia jail. Itedmon' apology for Louisville gentleman his secured a posi take yoor choice, I M. JRO. remaining was that be thought they would tion with Shsnahan A Sons, Railroad Connot strike his trail so soon. Later I tractors, on the K. C. Capt. F. P. Kellog, lure learned that the Columbia officials of the K. C. was here last week. got the drop on theLincoln boys In the matMr. C A. Redd has sold his farm of ter of arresting the thief, b getting out the 1,705 acres near town to a Mr. Evans, of A-- 91 IJLTLLER warrant Grstand holding him at their jail Ohio, for $11,600. Mr. Redd will proba liars opened up a LUMBER YABD In Stanford, In nwattlne a reuulsltinn for him aa an escap bly Patch, snd locate In Lincoln or Madison county. connection with their MILL at llaielfor bulldlog will keep constantly on hand Lumber ed penitentiary convict which I understand m The sale waa made by Francis A Miller, snd farm purpose. he claims to be. Real EUate Agent of Stanford. Mr. Da BOYLE COUNTT. vid Thompson, of this county, haa pur PROPKIETOB, chased the farm of John H. Woodcocl( Danville. Late of Chensult, Sereranc A C- Stanlord, Ky., C. Nichols have taken near Lancaster, containing 250 acrea for with Mr and Mrs R $15,000. Mr.A. T. Fish haa sold a farm of M. & CO.. rooms at Gilcher's. Hating had this Hotel Mr Lre Kinir. who has been a student 300 acre on upper Roundstone, to the K. Importrra and Jobbers ot Dry Goods, Notlona, Ac, S37, 639, Sll Main street, Cor. rjlxth. tn lUmillafor number of veara. died at C. R. R Co. for $1,400. - 3CY. The North American Jittttw for March St Louis, op Friday, of pneumonia. Lee From basement to garret, was a very popular young man among ma is the best number of that Magazine that He was a son of haa appeared during the present year. A 'rienila and associates. I Intend to Keep it in a ,Strictly l'lrnt-C'luK- S Ctplaln Richard King, the wealthy cattle leading paper is that by Mr. Henry George Maimt-rMoncure D. on "Money iu Elections." nwner of Texas. We .will now pay special attention to And leare nothing undone that will add to the Mr Charles Coatswood Pinckney Mc Conway l.as an article on "Gladstone," and i COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. Dowell, a native ol Bovle county, died Mr. Richard A. Proctor furnishes a very TCDHTOM OlllNXsINa.-Wwas Interesting contribution on "The Pyramid We promlaa to giro utlsfartlon, and whrn desired RnndsT mnrnlnir. aired 79 Tears. He will for one of the two members of the second of Cheops." According to Mr. Proctor's eithergit l'steut Flour moal. Wr i. Can make bolted or unbolted graduated at Centre College, Gener- Idea tbe Great Pyramid was a temple be110class McAI.IHTEK AHALI.F.K. Are oflVrfU al Jnsenh nolt who waa Judze Advocate fore it became a tomb. The astronomical BPEOIAL INDUCEMENTS under President Lincoln, being Ihe other. observations made there, were, in fact, re"The astronomers Blue-Gra- ss For Sale! To patronise me, as I hare ersry conTentrnce,such Mr- - McDowell studied law in early life ligious observances. a. NICK SAMPLE KOOMS, Ac, for their use. and was admitted to the bar but never were priests; their astronomy was' star I offer lor sale, nrltatelr. hit fsra of 87? Acres worship." "The subjugation of the practiced. He was never married. Isnd. with large brick and of excellent Baggage Transferred to and from by Robert S. Taylor. "Railway iraine residence conioioeu, oi tea rwina, wuma A negro named Wm. Hutchinson com- mil of Ihe new Stanford i. PreacheraTllio pike. the Depot free of churge. mlllpl n rutin nn the nerson ol a little girl Influence In the Land Office," by George New orchard, fresh and medical water In abunIncluding a nest dance. Iiuprorrmenta . aire ino a call. W.N. FIIAM.-IMnamed Carrie Goggln, at Junction City on W.Julian; "Protective Taxea and Wage." tenant house. In gnus, 390 acre., snd balance tile by Prof. W. G. Sumner, and "Educational lable. Timber abundant. Church snd Thursday. Hntchlnson Is a married man near by, and the neighborhood unexcelled. 20 or 27 year old;' his vlcttm Is between 7 Needs," by Professors Hall and Adler, 1 la not often that such a desirable farm is lor aale. Be Title perfect. Addreaa me at rJlanford, Ky , or and 8 years old. Hutchinson and the Gog-pl- President Hunter and Dr. Mary Putnam call on ms st the farm. MKN. NAKA1I COOK. and other paper of interest. lived In the same house, and Ihe out Jacobi, Ily th peculiarly Worded adierllseiuenta of rleal routra, which sre liable to deceits the public. rage was committed while all but he and STANFORD RETAIL MtRKET. The bliorlest snd ljulckest Koute ftum Cincinthe children were at church. Hutchinson Apple, per bu .......... nati West la the . Z0c fled after hts crime, and the mailer was Duller, per lb. ....-- . ....12X listing concluded to remote to Texas, I ofler for OHIO & MISSISSIPPI kept quiet to better effect hi arrest. He llectateat, " W. ...10c . .... ..4. Itoaat," aale my waa found on Cedar Creek, in Lincoln .. .15c Bacon Sides, per lu...............-fc IttlHlUCHM IlOUriC, ItCPldCIiro xnnntv. Sundae morntntr.. and hroutht to .... llama, -1- 6? j, 10 Hours Combined In one, limited In tbs town ol Crab Or..10 the Junction, where he la now under guard. Bbouldera, per lb....- - .. chard, Ky on Lancaster atreet. The building Is ! Breakfast Bscod, per lb- &0x) feet aDd conhigh, He admits that he "fooled" with the child, two snd ! St. Is 20x40, tain! in sll eight rooms. The .....-who has been examined by a physician Bni.....-........-- .. with counters and abelrlng nlcelysnd properly . ....J0ij: ranged, with sll tho outbuildings necnuary to ar...-- ., -. Cbeew IIouis ahead of all other lino. and found to be badly injured. The trial Coal, per bu., delivered In lown......-....H- c snd ths taste ol ths moat faatldloua, and (Monday ) . Dally Train, with uo change of csra for any Is set for an abundance of purs water for drinking and -- ...... 10816S 0)BV...... claasotpasiengera. trees household -- Hit adorning puipoM,besutlfulahsdssodfruli all .. On Thursday morning a dapper young Kgga and beautifying the entire pitmlsea, Dslly ins agood and healthy condition. A..; ons adesir- ry Care. Tralna to LoutsTllle, with Free Parlor In Danville and registered as man arrived among B.00S8.M ing cheap yet Tsluabla residence,do well else. n. New York. His nant fit him Flour, per cwt,.M......... to call H. k' ersnd prosperous people, would 15 . Lanl Dally Tralna to Eiannllle, 4 hours In adand examine the piemlsea before purchasing els. very "quick" and all hi apparrel waa of Meal 0c where. Terms reasonable. vance of sll other routes, with on Irs change . of cars. JOHN ". FtTKODK. S080e His hair was like silken Molasses, N. O., per gal the latest style. Dally Tralna to Cairo, 7 hours quicker tbsn ....-....-.. JO'c rlnplets. and his moustache "too Utterly Nails, uer any other line, snd no change of cars. 60(W .. Potatoes, per bu ..- -. too." It was the first visit to the "sunny gslt, per bU Dally Trains to New Orleana. No change of U cars from Cincinnati, 10e Southland" as V. il calla tnw tropical Bods, par lb-- ... ...... ... country, , and he came to dazzle where the fcugsr, Drown K3 12 Hours QUICKEUtkia ctuto nu"io WUIU-.' .U9X2H sun grows' warm, and rob our night of rest. C0c ........ ....--- .f per gal... aaneae UllJ csra,Hours Lea Time on tb He was a "masher" gentle reader, anu ne 8yrupa, rtansets Pifu Two snd lesa cbang of cira Vlnes-a- r - ..- .- . .......- -. snnn let tha fact be known. He struck at Wbeat ... than by other Hues. . ...11.00 titudes when ladles passed by, and smiled Ths O. a-- JT. Is Ihe only Hoe wllh i Daily E. H. BURNSIDE, Trslns rrow Cluctunall to Ml. Louis, making direct of smile at all of Buehlen't Arnica Sahe. the most distracting counectlona In the Union Depot (at bl. Loul )wth Tb best salt lo lb world for Cuts, Brulaea, lacllle lrou tbem. Finally, three unusually handsome Woll - Known UUaourlbouthern Itallwsy, Si. Louis,A Alton Moun- , lUllwsy; Chlcaifo Itbcuui, Ferer Bores, Tsltsr, This Old tain A and a uual Adonis wanted Boies, Ulcere, HallChllblaina, Coma, and alt ekln Chicago, UurllOKUiu 4 Qulucy Kallroadj Ke. Still Maintains Chapped Hands, Hotol okukAHt Louis Dailroad, Wabiah, HI. Louis A to know "who they were" and all about Eruptions, and Mitlrsly cure piles. 11 la guarHigh l'atloc Kallrosd, allawurl. Kansas A Texaa Hall way, Bt Loula A Ban Francisco llallw.y. them. Some young men who had been anteed loglie entire satlaCutloo or money refundAN noticing hi antic for some time, at this ed, Pries M cents per boa. For sals by Penny A Iti Proprietor ii Detwminod that Impress Thii Upon Your Memory. tmlnt determined to nlav a loke on the McAUalsr it Shall be Second to mo Country A YtitJ Clirgman. TbsO. A M. Is tb only line by which you masher that would be calculated to take Hotel in the State ia iti Fare, can get through csra lrou ClueJnusll l M, Loul the patlsncsof Job would brooms ex Etu without paylsg extra tar lu aJdltleu lo money Appointments', or Attenof him They Informed hausted were be a preacher and aadsaTurlng to the conceit out ' pal I for ticket. tion to Comfort of htm wllh aundrv wtnka and significant Interest bis audience while tbey wer keeping up For tickets, rstes, or anr luloiiuatlou.cill ou their Quest. Ticket agents of connecting Hues looks that they knew the ladle and that if sn Incessant coughing, making It lupowlbl lor -I- N f rirsM call at l Walnut H..U him to b heard. Yet, bow tery easy can all tbls Itags; age Wert Fourth el, (lraud he would be discreet and follow their adwill b coateied to aa J froaa taadssst PlnnlnnifM vl ixiwi dot of Villi street.Hotel, tinClilnail be seoldsd by simply ualng Dr King's Nsw or raarge. nprriet scroaaasoasiioBB i Res vice, an intmiai ciuld be brought about Coughs snd Colds. Trlsl W. B, MUTTUC, WW for Cooiuui lion. to I'ssasserclallraislers. The Bar will ss (Isn't fsatsogsr igt. (Isn't Superintendent, always ssIU( with tbs ehfttcMt lie warmly acquiesced In the suggestion, Dottle glisa away at I'enoy A McAllitsr's Drug Clnclaattl. srtsai f Lltaors aad Cigars. but throughout tht day waa to Impatient mors. ville. or the subscriber at tha Clemens " House, Danville. Soe Owens, Land Sale. Aa I have not seen 11 noticed, I will state (if not trespassing on the domain of some other) that your for mr townsman. Tom McRobert sold a few days ago, to a gentleman of Wayne county, the old runrcald farm aojoiniug Danville, containing about 390 acres, at, I think, $95 per acre CORPORATION. The doing of Halur-,I- t are no doubt recorded elsewhere In this Issue. The editor graced our village wllh hi presence and created quite a surprise with his handsome face and polished de meanor. Strangers who had known him on ly by the flashings of his editorial falchion, lint rnnrsIrMl the Idea of a collossal and distorted ogre, and were Immeasurably as tonished to find in him an Apollo In pby- sique and in demeanor, "aa mild a mannered man as ever cut a throat or ecuttled a shin." Come again Walton, when we can treat you with more attention during your stay. Busted Up. True to the ancient Instincts of the gtntu irrilabUe, the HustonWhile reville Band baa dls.band-ed- . hearsing the harmdntes preliminary to a complimentary aeranade on Saturday night. a discord jarred upon the breeze Ihe horns brayed deGance-t- he placid waters of peace were Jashed to fury by the storm of passion, and the Band became a thing of history a musical memorya harp hung upon the willows. This ought not so to be and I trust thla little flurry will soon pas away and that we may be nble to wire to Stanford a jubilant message In which each particular Instrument will tell the story of Its perfect harmony with all the rest. brazen-- that lie could hardly wait for night to come. Nine o'clock at length arrived and the maiher and his friend started for n point about one mile from town where the fair ones were supposed lo reside. When Ihcy had reached a spot where Ihe road was thadej by trees, and where the darkness was a trifle blacker than elsewhere, they were startled by n loud voice commanding them to halt. Of course they halted, and even look a step backwards. But Just then, he, who hailed them ad vance! with angry Imprecations and began firing a pistol at them. At the second shot the masher' friend fell lo the ground wlh a groan, the masher dropped his ta- blrsroon hat and broke for town at race horse speed. He arrived almoat breathless a had been kill and announced that "II ed." He went at once to his room at the for a new hat hotel, sent to a clothing-storand left on the 3 o'clock train for the Nauth" where there aro more and not so churches and many "denied guns." Whether the joke In all Its proportions has yet dawned on him, it Is ssfe to predict that this particular masher will air bia fascinations at some other place than Danville, In the future. e "cut-chawschool-house- sett AnvrRTisExm. r. te. rrtntr.MioiiAi, MONEY ! All persona owing me nn latt rear's accounts sr respectfully nollrled Ibat ths aarae mutt now) .TANFiiflD, KY. Offlr In Owsley A tton's new bulldlng-t- ip W.AWH VAItNOW, ATTOHNI3VM A.'V T. PRYTUN, A.rro.'oiiivj.jv RTANHIIW, KY, M. a-i- ! viaan. WALUca r. vaaieow, stair. paid. Reipectrully, 127-3- 1 J, M. COHK. Hnitontllle, Ky, Will prscllreln ths (Xurnof Lincoln snd adjoining counties snd the furertor Court and Uxirt ol Appeals. Hpaclal attention glrcn to collections. Office on l.antsitrr atr-- ft nt jl.a, , KIICKNJIITJIINCk. DANVILLE, KY., t bars employed Alex. Gruee, a flrit-ra- ts smith, Will practice) In ths Courts of Doyle snd adjoining to 1st cbsrr of ths niackimlth Shop st Turners- - counties aaj In the Conrt of Appesls. Title, and hs Is prepared to do all kinds of work In LBB V. HUFFMAN. Me line. Satlafactlon guaranteed, (lire him s 1 call. W. V HAII.F.T. HTANFOIin, KY. Office floath sld Mstn Btreet, two doors abors ths Myers Hotel. Parsrlltross Oxide Oss sdmlnliterM when rs -OOTOqotrsd. A.Tt'T.'OItNJ'JV A.T ALEX. ANDnriBON, JL.A-W- HUItOJJON UJ3HTIHT, J. T. Harris' Restaurant -- FonI.lgnt-ltreu- Stanford Female College. MTANFOIU), KY. With Oyaterg, Ice Cream, Cnkcs of all kinds or n Square Men). MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Benton on the 2d Monday In September next. Having been conOocd lo rnr room fur six weeka, t am behind with rnr eoal accounts. All peraona who o me for coal will plesM settle Immollste-l- r, ALL TUE BRANCH US OP A I must havs ths money. Ths Laurel Countr Coal Association, through tbelr Agent, C. Crooks, haa notlfled thslr aeenu nrilealera that no orders THOnOUOHENGUSHCOURSfc will ba rilled unless tbelr monlhlr accounts sre Earn, roai lacatnon otllrerr or poaiureif rami Ars taught, ss well sa for tbs first of each month. I thank rnr frlentiafor their patronage, but I ran not buy eoal MUSIC, THE IiANOUAOEU. DltAU'-IN- O money. without T. T. IA ltJiH. AND PAINTINO. iso-Msr. I, 1883. 3XTOTIOE ! a Full Corps of Teachers, NOTICE I TERMS MODERATE. J; wsimm oil. hill-side- Kentucky's lloute East 12S-- A SOLED TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. Jit., J. ALL 3XTeeV "SaT3y23L. nes.-ea- m m LUMBER! ST. ASAPH HOTEL. O WSMS Y 120-- 1 JOS. SSVEItANCE, o- W. S. FRANCIS, J. ROBINSON STANFORD, - KY. Itcfurnishcrt and l.eiltted LOUISVILLE, TO THIS PUBLIC -t Commercial Travelers Farm blue-gra- u school-hous- 1 Don't Led Astray! .... ........,........ FOR JSfALE ! atore-roo- 11 ..... ... . . I ...-- K Cincinnati to Louis to-d- ........ 4 ..... lb............ ... M ........ ....... ......-- . 2 2 MYERS HOTEL, 2 STANFORD. KY. Propr and its Reputation, lull-road- girls-passe- rr . I i M&&i fWMMMMM jli, H.vatAsit AS't) j'oltffl.Y A0S'0fltIJ. Tlio English birds aro more domostia and familiar than ours ; mora directly and intimately associated with niau; unro-claime- d. jLi-Ju- i .mzssmmmmm m,uw- - jw-ii-,-- ,. jjr f.i" v nntccklnlnlemrlwid STA.ITE'OIIX), 3CTT. Tuesday MoralBg, U'OMAX .HVl'MlAUli, Where amtoit Ifhtit In California women over rtr. Qirttloft Unntn Me M not, as n clam, so withdrawn and lent in gible to all educational Thousands are being cured of Catarrh March 0, 1883 tho groat void of tho wild and thoso from which thoy aro excluded by every year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that fi liko a continent tho constitution; in Colorado women Englaud the iloctors had Riven up and said rould nil the wato land, tho may vote at t concentrated elections, MKXiCAX not In cured. 75 rents n lotll. Sold by barren stretches, tho wildernesses left and may servo as school-distriofficers; Penny A McAllster.Ktanford, Ky. A Highway Trnrtlm It H lieore the Vpn out. TIk birds nro brought near to- iu Connecticut thoy hold tho positlou r, tng of the IMlroaiU gether and near to man. Wood bird, school visitors; In Illinois thoy aroelig-iblCor. or the ,w Tot World. Thnuxn.nnf jutm urn to any office under general or spemimollr lolilvr.1 cllhflr Tho road from Jfoileo city to Bits hero nro house nnd garden birds thcro. Interior Tli limn, lltr prolong"!. Imiplni Mtn.1 KmIiIi r Juan del llio lined to bo tlio wont jwrt Thoy find good pasluragonnd protection cial school laws; in Indiana thiwo women And the lymlSTllle torr-- l l'T of lh f rt tl not married nor miiion", who pay tnxp. o( tho journey to tho interior when one ovorywhore, A land of parks, and and gamo pre- nnd nro listed as jmrrr.l, guardians or VIG0RAT0R! GERMAN and hedge-rowwas obliged lo travel by diligence, and Whlth rUIrlr anil rnaM nllr f urm iimn-frnrwas tlio part most infested by highway serves, nnd a climnto frcd from violent heads of families, may vote at school LUBLE SELF-CUR- E ril-tin- t On for SS.HO-t- ao paprra lor llllle roou (rsuiwtl d? mtciHj lln.l.i follow a Jftf and all illm-man in price ei one. Ihit Thoso highway robbers art extremes what n atago for tho bird, meetings ; in Iown no person i robbcra. II lfcM-, rrrenptlon ef Iom of ftitrgr, kttol MqutDreof by reason of eox to any school office; nnd euorerul prcla" Jit no moans extinct m yet, but with the and for enhancing the effect of their paring ua l.to you will rrcelf e br one year mlTtrul lswllujf. rsm In the ltk. Sow ootl MhV"(il!S,a-2rlVVeomiredt (UumtM of ?llon, frenulum oM the tnl nisny- yonr homo paper wun tne '. railroads ono hears much leas of thcni. songs I How prolific thoy are, how in Kansas women nro allowed to voto at i lo roniumrilon ami pmrepreeenlallte neaapaper of th Hnnth, and the other dnKi that tatJLnt.ale4eoTlopeyaa, DruHl'-"'"!- ''' pran nit cirruiara un Wat. Irlililraland enlmt lamllr Weeklr In I ha IMIurt pitf. When I arrived in this country for tin abundant! It our songsters ncro hunted school meetings, nud nro eligible by M.t UaWaa. M. Addraii BR. WARD Mill. Tho i. fUJOIt.t Toll united Hiatca. Thoea who ilealre to stamina a rrrt t7 nnd others, election as school officers ; in Kentucky ran do to at first timo, somo hinctecu years ago, J and trapped, by ll Mid t II Tf lax, or llx la)lf lor l tir sll tin pie copj ol the ilniHlita. or will I mm frr r mall, Kcuitlr laitoince. nnd mavis, widows having children of school age, had tho ploasuro of licing robleil two 01 as tho lark, and Malnl, on rfftlptilptlff, ly addrwiln tlireo times both on tho road to Bar etc., nro in Englaud, tho rnco would or owning taxabb prop, rty, may votoat 113 Admit lnrl,'lolflilhlo. 1SQ3. m i.omi-rVlluruir-ll-- l JtJ 8ol afcnl for (he Uoltrd Mates, JminHcl llio and on tho rond to Vrr soon liccomo extinct. Then, as n role, school meetings ; in Louisiana women oiii-rOut ntf ciieuiAi mu tm hit as being ft is probably tmo that tho British birds, over 21 are eligiblo to sohool offices ; Cra. I am glad of it now, Kaataa. JnnaSMh, t3. robbed on tho highway by tho genuine as a class, linvo mora voice thau ours Maino limits tho eligibility of wonvui to Mtllleat li. tanwvnf A DAtLY n. In tlKmte dlrMteil aad tber eemrl-laiMexican bandit is a sensation noon to lx have, or certain qualities Hint mako their certain school offices J Massachusetts alaalalt aa I eaaa aaatlranltbllel boa all a tiling of tho poat, and I liko leaving sougs moro striking and conspicuous, lows voting nt school meetings for mem Nowsimpor! roailant lairtatemeiit aod I " th.llloalOrt. Iwli .. m el ,! hor that aiaarfei k... t.i. a'UOad the track occasionally and being shaken such as greater vivacity and strength. bcrs of school committees and tho holda a(clB aatlhaltea har th aaSerara la puMlabrd to tulerrlUrt at Ibe Wlwlnj rara-- i " DatTtat aatea a l np by now emotions. I was doubly They nro less bright in plnmngo, but ing of school offices ; Michigan allows l Toaall aotrahiuhiaf eambqlprnaaWt. iia.'1'ish ctrwiTit-citrrio- Ni I will aaaaer Iseal, shaken at that timo, I remember, by the moro animated in voico Thoy aro not women to hold school office, And when to ra ar ha ir,-- Ujl LOUISVILLE & plASHVliXEtrTLrift raloi tr xaiu nitTtiiK jnr . .. ..If 00 ToDtroryivTthht i..iutorliTvloattoild man an or diligence, nnd my so recently out of tho woods, and their thoy aro taxpayers to voto at school vouni. awfnl motion of tho mmm ll'IM- 1i tlalljr and Hundaj edition, nn or debili tvntta tmnkUii I On THGCRCAt Hill J and Hundar edition, all uionllia fright at meeting tho "eonipaucroj," as strains hato not that rlnsivcncss and meetings ; Minnesota entitles women to ty or lmpotenoa ncalexl circular la nt 1 00 edltlan, three tnenllit Ihlllj and Hen t mil nrlir- - on poatavl cant W plaiutivcncss that ours h.we. Thoy sing voto at meetings and to t they call them. All anlorrlptloai Intarlaldf In HARRIS HCM OY CO. t.Loult, Mo. Y Wfwavur cutvt.u. ra- - Ui a.untdut tiuil. Aneilraivpeol the ptfr will I mallei fie It is a picturesque sight to see a band with moro coufldenco and copiousness, hold school offices; Nebraska allows J et aS and b aho will rala a clahal lurun jtar to any of Mexican "banditti" galloping down and as if they, too, had bote touched by them to voto at school meetings on tho ten annual inbtctlbm at en poaum, and " their names and addrrM, torrther with ITU snmo grounds as men ; in Now Hampa mountain path on magnificent horses ; civilization. HY (AltUllIll edition, IS renta per week, oi Pall; and Then they sing moro honrs in tho day, shire they may voto nt t their largo Mexicau hats, trimmed with 0) tenia tier nionlh, payal.l to rairlrr BY lilNULK Itll't days in tho year. This is meetings and bo elected ou school comgold nnd silver, shading their faces; and more Plllll. .. Taofenla Ihitlr rlillon their pantaloons buttoned down tho side owing to tho milder and moro equable mittees; in New Jersey, when over 21 . tiutHlat (double iltel .. Ihir c nla AxenU. rarilera, neaelealtra, neaahoja oranf not- singing years of ago and residents of tho school largo silver buttons ; their pistols climate. I heard tho sky-larwith ooelianJllDTIII. M:t .S, are nulrnl U tell Hi paper In nuifoniillT with th al rale in their belts behind, their swords a abovo tho South Downs in October, ap- district, they may lccomo school trusA.ll.x, flilnnall,0. their sides nnd their scrapes a sort of parently with full spring fervor and do- - tees therein ; Now York authorizes tko h relit aoolliliiR uaaltuH, tb- ctiue b Itelha clcaatee ii.ai ua light. Tlio wren, tho robin and tho voting nt school meetings by woman plaid of bright and variegated colors Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled WEEKLY NKWaS! llielMtitorlllniitiIU. altengilheita sing throughout tho winter, residents aud holding taxable pioicrty artistically thrown over ono shoulder wood-larttiemtelitn nctle.t luul, and liaeeath SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE th cifuiaiion t,f lb Will - laeued br th and hiding their entiro face with tho ex- and iu midsummer thero nro perhaps iu tho district ; Oregon limits tho voting 1ROM LOCISTILLC TO THE nertoua ay.lrra HIIbIiI ruld oneit tnd In ception of ono oye, which glares fero- threo times as manyocal throats as at district meetings to widows with coiituniptlnii.- ItlaiUiiiitroutHi lURlect Co, Cincinnati News Publishing A lliem. Apiily- tha retnetly- rom.lly. that ciously on tho unfortunate passengers of here. Tho heat and blaze of our midsum property and children to educate ; leatof twenty yeart warrant Ilia aawtilea It la a Detuucteflc taper, dended Iu IMItlra. nnrenicity liaiererlieen roniiil that lea tho diligence thoy nro about to rob. mer sun silenco most of our birds. Pennsylvania gives women over 21 years ORiiriiiiuii, mtr. .. irt.iiii., .um Wllhoal PTJUM1N CARS NaihtllU, chaan to will le edited wllhlh tie or making It adntr-abl- e nrtuiipt InlVaeSer'antTUTT'S XPtCTARANT. Mtupbla, Aaliicjleiloae ralaea Ilia phlegm, aaUlut On tho other hand, thcro nro certain of ago tho privilego of holding school ofTheir Captain gallops at thoir heed and Kimlljr NMtr. MeDtroEnrj , Atlanta, BavaanaD, dily cure tb moat l.lltla itock, Inatrauatlon. and It ua At a new landldal for puldle fatur, Tb Week slionts imperiously to tho driver of tho aspects in which our songsters appear fices ; IUiodo Island places women in the Jackaont lilt. Mobile, and Nw OrUana. phatlntt eongh, A pleaaanl roritla.l,ialt It Neat will rater to thrru!rttioUot Ma iad a tlren lake II teaitllr. I'ur Crttt It la dlieiiu all lite i)Uralloi era It will That they surpass tho school committee ; Vermont allows them diligence to stop. Ic one trip in which to advantage. ami ahoull BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA ofthadar IhoroutblT atuullon It will cite illtlir ear will Ilo Inraluahle a.V.awil l la vtwry family. Mottlet. In Ibegalhetlngof the newt I encountered them thcro was a lady European species in sweetness, tender- to voto on school matters and tohold the In Palace t'ara Without Ctanf. In ronirlllng the tariout marttt rrporla. In taken among tho passengers who wore a hand-som- o ness and melody I have no doubt, and oftlco of Town Clerk nnd Town Superlhfaiiue-,gwll tpar will SHORT LINE TO THE EAST thelnleieatof agriculture. Ilrccral literature and I. in his nativo intendent ; Wisconsin considers them diamond ring rather tight for her that our mocking-bird- , From Loolafllle la TalacoCart wlihoutchagce, tariout ntatteia Sited fur the Ijtsllr tlrel alll per. comprise an Important drtarlut.nt ol the finger. In her fright she. could not get haunts in tho South, surpasses any bird eligiblo to any school offico except State Setklne homeacnthe oi lb CUIPDMITC lino ol tnia road will aad It elll be th iiariw' Weekly ruaaagauient I u IO it off, and ono of the brigands said to his in tho world in compass, variety and ex- Superintendent ; Dakota women may LmlUlinil low ratea. .Nrw, aaiorona edit end pulillah Ihtlh rccelre apcclal turnd It in and mate II a welcome timer in ttirjr leader: "Captain, tho lad v cannot get ecution is highly probable. That tlio to vote at Bchool meetings; in Idaho S Aetata of Ihlt Ompanr for raltt, rontei houaoMold. APT DIWECTLY ON TMC HVtW. 0. P. & I. g acor write C. P. ATHORl, Louisville, A. The Weeklr fewalaa large aarln, ring off. What are wo to do t " To tal effect of his strain may bo less winning widows, or unmarried women of 21 years her terra thllla unit Koeer. Ilraptpala, i uf reallDg niattrr, printed on a Kr. Kick llearlae lie, lllllatl Diav-ol- o which the ungallant Mexican Fro and persuasive than tho noctnrno of tho of age, residents of a district and holda flo article olealen tared iaper. ralpltatlaataf in order 10 rracn all ciaaee,ii am ieoiiai me the Heart, lllitlnett.Tarplil l4tr,aml answerod very coolly, " Cut her fin- nightingale is tho only question in my ing taxable proierty therein, may voto following low liyondanoCrwl ma I'e Irrecularlllt. ' SVllSClUI'TIO.Vl mind about tho rclativo merits of tho as to especial district taxes ; in WashaUmalateatb ger off." UA TKS tery . tomh,rtorcatli'rr',,-'B'P"rtatlttotI.... A tingle ropy, ooe year I I 00 You can cosily imagine the cold Bhud-d- two songsters. Bring our birds together ington Territory women over 21, resttt .W.T. .vor aKsnuAU.Y Kxotrx. A club of ten tvplea, mallei lo one poalufflfe, IT.t.m on year 1 00 avrWRITt TOR TUTT'5 MAKUAl rRfC." that ran through us all. Fortunate- as they aro brought together in England, idents of tho district for threo months A liigU Lent ojiens tlio grain of steel A club ol twenty cvplra. mailed lo on s liko tho hermit preceding district meetings and liable to ly she at last managed to get tho ring all our shy 17 00 olfire, one year anil prevents rcfiniug. A ctubol thirty rople. mailed lo an poal- off, nnd wo were not forced to witness thrush, tho yeory, tho winter wren, tho taxation, may voto at school meetings ; olBce, ........ - J I jrar. Saw mills wero first used iu Europo FOR THE MILLION. A club of forty coplea, lualled to ana ijatan amputation. In another journey a water wagtail, tho many warblers, tho in Wyomiug Territory women havo n . .. orSce, one year 30 00 in tbo fifteenth century. r M And larger clnla at the rat of ; resit more amusing incident occurred. Thoro greenlct, the solitary vireo, etc full right to the citrine franchise and to IIY W. K. OANN, MANUFACTUnEl Tlio Chinese wiitten lanyiiagoeousists copy per aonunu birds of the groves and orchards, hold office. was a Bishop in the diligence, and they And In addition. ThaWeekly Newt will I ma I of 100,000 characters. MONTICEIXO. KY. edrrealoroneyeartnany peiton who aillralaea robbed him of his ring. When they had and there would boa burst of song inSTUI'KXT I It'K AT ATIIKXS, by club ol twenty oriu-- re annual aulacr ten at on Tho tcmierof steel is naiu.a got through their operations, and takon deed. John Burroughs, in the Century. Tbt world la SIM with th wonderful, beauti- puatafflee, arnl forwnnl tbelr money, and addreaa Modem Atlieim is strong iu btti.lunU. tho perceutngo of carbon. aa (re alt with tb rriulilte amouut ol ful and Intricate Intention ol man, Jet all lb everything of value we had, they knelt genlua that the world haa thioiigh inch coruUoeJ talent and produced anything that et-- table of rate. Not only do many jouth Brass castings shrink ran known bit neter asked the Bishop togivothem IOir J.V AI'ISIC.IX KXrLOllElt LOST tho lower schools and gymnasiums up to tho foot in cooling. down and Medlral compare with "Dr. Uann'a lleioedlea. nis miiDi:. to dlacottr CLUBS 13 itEcoKMEirpED hy niYcia.M.'q and bare, at jet, his blessing. Ho told them it was imLibraries existed in Egypt contempo- .kill Ihlogeclenc to them, (or th llld of th dla- cur enual anr famous African explorer was to tho university, but tho university, A certain . possible to bless them without his ring, At their eaaeafor which tber ar reeoinmended. not for raneously with tlio Trojan war. being tho center of ana of tho Manl once tho victim of ono of thoso oxtrcmo- tlrtuea and uaea an nralanl br tbouatmlt Ibrougb- hoping in that way to get possession of Uleorntlrol Catarrh of tho Cor. Lyo or Gr.-oIreadlh ol th laud, andaa rntv, At Pompeii combs havo been fonnil out lb length and Iy which amount to Athens only, but for all the Throat, tl ) taken IHTlHN ALLY, and - Will ldUtrlbuted among thca alio obtain and Mindanl Kamlle Uedlcloea. tbty cannot la Blood it They returned him the ring and ho thodistressing hitchesfinal separation of whether nnder Turkish rolo or not, and exactly liko tho modem nets OIRCCTLV upon theSyatem. and tend toTb Weekly Meat Ibe lea target! clutaof celled, an are fully auUtantlaleJ by th ttrong-ecomplete, and It Mucous Ourf.icoe or the full rateaitlacrlUrt Iron any nee Mia eby the lat solemnly blessed them, but when he hod tettlmonlala. nearly free to all, kind. It tho heat Blood Puriner In tho I thoso who would otherwiso havo been offering an education UrooehUls, Gunauuip-tlo- n day ol July. Ml. Lacli aubairlpliMi lu tbie l worth ALL that It WCMLD, Kor Cough, (ildt. Croup, clubawlll be done so thoy again took his ring and galchamtxl for It, for THAT olono, Stamps for purposes of taxation wero and all Dlteaatwaol tb Throat and Lungt. united for better, for worse.- - Ho had attracts to it ambitious young men from ONE DOLIiA.lt PER YEAH. loped off with it, leaving his Grace in invontod in Holland in tho seventeenth Use fallen deeply in lovo with a young Greek Thcssaly, Epirus, tho iEjean Syrup. For Largcat Hub aHitiVaCoiiBli CURE roarCA!ARSH tho middlo of the road exclaiming : two In gold only y century. and Constantinople its If. Hither WO Id Indlgeallonjaun-dlcpervcrsos I they havo maiden whom ho met in Crete. Hq como, penniless, but "Bandidos tiii: MAuuirru Sd after knowlChaucer received a pitcher o. wino For liter CorapUlnl.nyipeptla, afterward declared that never, beforo or Conallpatlon, Hour blomarb and all llllloui And we offer One Hundred Dollnra tor nny ' lib " robbed mo even of my blessing l" Ultcaaea, uaio or ntTtrh It talll not euro. " Sll. M sweet and beau- edge, tako.meuial situations every every day, from tho cellar of Edward Bobberies on tho Vera Cruz road at since, had ho behold so " Clh WILL Cllti: ASV CASK. for it is not family has its Oaiiu'at LUcr Cure. " 7th Hue Oa'l Omco of A. T BTHwanr that timo wero of daily occurrence, nnd, tiful a creature. Having sought out tho tho custom of tho poorest girl to go -u . ' (III .. " tho Cllicioo. Ill , June 4, 1U. ( In tho sciontecntli century, on llrktae and Ol, JWnfo, O. as the brigands possessed themselves of American Consul, ho rovcaled to him about alone nnd thus thoy earn loard, continent, boots wero nover worn with- For Ilhtuinatliul, Neuralgia, Spralnt, for manor i. i,,!, ilrurt F J. f--Aened pleatura In Informing you application ' 10th 1 tatn OcaU'airn leaal tho p'asscngcrs' 'clothes, I havo often the state of his heart. Tho Consul, who lodging and clothing whilo they pur-tlutt Into uaeU Hall' Uatarrli Cum. It la out spurs. . .. JI,O0 Total had himself married a Greek lady, bado tor I won very bod --and don't betlutn to ctircl IIho Dr. Gaun's Lliiiinviit. seen, from my balcony in tho Hotel aewlorut mutt My bat lt will cure any cat of L'aUiTtiM tauVin their studies and attend the university Tlio Now York, Chicago and St. Louis I'arllta wotklog lor the ilat i Yuuretmlr, one dollar with each name r prutrljr. Iturbide, men and women arrive naked. him not despair, took him forthwith to lectures. Education, indeed, is a drug a steam shovel that lifts Tor lllea, Ilemorihotda, Ilurna, Flttula and all Intarlably tend railroad uses J. U V7aUTIIMfOKD, and tbey thould gtta uauie with I O. tho houso cf his inamorata, and preatmllar dlaeaaca, An Englishman said to me once : and arnd money aa Catt at lb AVOIITII OlO A llOTTLi:. in modern Athens ; there is n plot bora about eighteen tons of gravel at ono K.SIntnjir.JiM.kcn,!lcri., write Itatwh-generally travel with two or threo copies sented him to her mother, who was a of educated men. A story is told of n Hali'a Catarrh Cura cured Uho Dr. Gaim'M Pile Ointment. aroltalneU email auioubttof moner may I aent by mall at ratairhforWitar. scoop. ('iiDawIcrlt worth fin.ro. lottla. Times, You know it is a widow. Tlio negotiations wero conductHaa. but amoutite orer II mutt l tbCoiupany'a B.O of tho Loudon rt twr Tho strength of 'I'M pounds is required aent ly puaiorSc money old. r, cbtck or ly t rx-- ,l by all PmrriaU at '. C1IEKKY bottK For Froth Cult, Burnt, Ulcen and Old Sore, week ho traveler who asked a member of tho ct Ctt very largo newspaper, and in case of ed successfully; at tho end of a letter. Hml for aterlmeu copy and tben t'iniitartiired aod aciblbr F J Government, to whom ho had brought to- tear asunder an iron wire tubecrlh for It Addreaa u. .Ivtetor. T0LEI)0, OUIO. IJIitcr-Swe-ct confounded blackguards taking all was an accepted lover, and in a fortthoso Uho Dr. Gunn'M Till. WKtKLY NF.W8, where ho could a letter of introduction, of an inch in diameter. OlBtUlClK. 204 and 200 Itacw tlrrel, Cloctncatl, Ohio, For ulln Siaotiid ly Fenny A litAlliler. my clothes, by Jovo I tho Times might night tho day for the wedding had ar- find a trustworthy Greek uttciidaut to , Tho most ancient of all recipes known rived. All this whilo ho had seen tho bo useful" wait upon him, and act as guido and to us comes from Egypt, from an an UHcIr.G:iiiii'nNloiimcli Illttcrx yonng ladyonco a day, always in tho DATES WOHTII ltK.VB.VllKHIa. Appetlier and Blood Purifler, interpreter. To his astonishment tho cient papyrus roll, nud it is a rocipo fdi A tNHHtVlnaf (tm of Jn and alao curca Hj iaetla. Indlgeatlon, Liter for presence of her mother, and oil tho day tturid vf Jntn, 1'rruvJmn 1110 Glass windows first used Minister replied : " Why not employ my hair-dyMalarial I'etert and all ailodlcal Complaint, JUirk and before the intended marriago ho had Dlaeaaca. Mauufarturrd and for aal ly light. a tat.tuff.04ww forin what yon need. Dr. Brchni, manager of tho Hamburg . been permitted for tlio first timo to tako brother? Ho is just JtrHUty, XaU of .i 123G Chimneys first put to honso3. Ho is a graduate of tho university, Zoological Gardens, notices that tho IC. GA3ST0iT, 7&. X)., fiiV.i'riMlraliono.f (ital her hand nnd imprint upon it a chaste I'oxcrrt it is idUiHA 12T)2 Lead pipes for carry iijgVator. is a civil and monkeys kept in the happy family Bole proprietor. Honllrtllo, ky. aiarAII order soveral languages, salute. Tlio hour appointed for tho jpeaks ll by mall will rxelrt pioupt attention. 1590 Tallow caudles for light. and is anxious for a deportment outlive tho solitary prisonREV. J. Im TOWNER, HKV.A.l.ilOfiBa Write: wedding found tho bridegroom dressed obliging fellow, Attar rt tfiorouch trial of the "PURIFIES 1297 Spectacles invented by an ItalInduatry, IU., aay- ers. IRON TONIU, 1 take pieaanre. TMC for tlio ceremony and awaiting tho hap- situation." "loonaldarlt ian. In aUtlntr tnat I nave been B. Thcro are hosts of graduates looking An English horticulturist, who is a K1ENTUCKY CENTRAL py moment. Thcro enter to him nt this a moat excellent remedy for irrcauy beneutea dv tut 13G2 Faier first made from linen. use. Minuter and Pub ut for Government apioiuttncnta, and careful observer of insect life, haa nothe debllltatod vital force. whom ho has lic Bpeakera will Und lt 1331 Woolen cloth first made in En- juncture threo Greeks, to turn a penny by any ticed that honey-bee- s rarely go near of tho irreateat value nover seen before, and an interpreter, ready meantime where a Tonla la necea-argland. Tho thoso flowers which bumble-bee- s -- TUE M08T DESIRABLE KOUTE TO however humble. seem I recommend lt who introduces them as brothers of tho employment,, 1410 Art of paintiug in oil. aa a reliable remedial nigh esteem in which education is held, to liko best. brido-oloc- t. parch-mcu- t, Thoy produce a airent, poaaeaalnir un1449 Art of printing from moveable of public funds doubted nutritive and which tho interpreter explains. tho largo projwrtion TUB T.ir JIKIWIK. restorative properties. type. And decidedly tit Popular Route, affording, aa II jovotod to it, and tho oageruess with tVeabtJIe, Ay., IHI.I, IM3. to which binds is n deed of settlement, Toy bridge is about to bo doc, l it chaugea and tuperlor acconmodatkioa Tlio 1108 Watches first made in Germany. It nxmxs sr which it is sought and acquired, aro CO., ::j u. um cr., ct. losu. the bridegroom to pay so mnch a year or, rather, replaced by u now rebnilt, Uft)3 ifttriatious of tho coin passant Miisouri, Iowa, Kanias, Texas, to tho mother and to each brother, and among tho most striking features of New ouo of similar structure. Thb Tuy is PkiioTi people manifest a natural TbKortb,Nortbeatand Witt. a tuX.lt you so much to his wife, and to disburse tho Greece. Tho subject toBuddcn In any direction, your lolerrat a -1545 Pino first used iu Englaud. instinctive lovo of learning for its about a milowido.mid Tlio now briiigc contamplat trip punbatlag your tlckeu tit. will liUattertedby first installment on tho spot. In vain ind and violent Ktornis. K. C. and Cincinnati. JTraloteaih way J; Full 1590 Telescopes invented by Portfo iwn sako and apart from its commercial Coach, and Utgant Nw tho unlucky traveler explains that he is will run alongside of the old ouo, whose uiaa l'alacetaia; and Jauseu. htudwuitly furalabed llecllulng Chair Can torm learned professions are worth nothing and cannot pay. Tho raluo. Thb to somo exteut. tb unequaled eqaliimenla of thla Old Uellabl, 1C90 Jupiter's satellites discovered aro overstocked. remains can be utilized to all, and they Ihenby making a trip our thlt liu on ol brothers look daggers, tho interpreter will begin, starting at the bohUi end, com foil and pleaaur. Try It. by Janseu. Literary men abound, and find employ, It with tho with four brick arches, each of fifty feet 1701 Tea brought to Europo from frowns, and tho sceuo closes TIME TABLE. IM EVVKOt BEC. 31. 1M2. nowspaper writers aud arrival of tho Consul, who with difficulty nent as span, aud be followed by girder aud China. politicians. gets his protego out of tho clutches of J o.o. NO. I. Vo.t. S0UTU. truss spans, as follows: Ono of 118 feet, 1C03 Theater erected in England bj relations, and his importunate would-b8 00 am 2 HO p ml lOOpu laUicr ntrrooa to givo ins son tour ten of 129 feet, thirteen of 145 foot, Lta, Cotlogton.. r Wm. Shakspearo. aiaiiwat .aTaTaTaTaawx uaoam 4 loo ml S18 urn ealiuouiu ships him off to Athous. no never saw and acres of land for every cord eleven of 245 feet, two of 227 feet, one 'J 1G10 Thermometer invented by .aaBsBBBeV tih"1ZatfaWBtaHHK " Cjulbltna. 10 60 am t 0 p ullOUHpm ... his beautiful Grecian maiden airain II SO am 8 45 p ullDIOpu Tlio son chonpod of 102 feet, ten of 120 feet 0 Inches, ono BBaTBaaaBaTBaaB' It l'arlt H of wood ho chopiwd. .7 ' TaTWeBa v W is p ui e as p u 1120 pm Uilugton.. 1 Jf et Irr. Lexington .... oi n cord and broko tho of 127 feet 0 iiiches, and twenty-llvBBSBaw i ei y a ii m M tjas&r - - glw HWLItX'T III: AT 'EX. discovered 1549 Circulation of blood cf Lt. Wlncbcater.. lupin s 20 p iu it io am HaJ'BMtoHUHRHtBHmKmll0ilr'blSkizM X went off hunting rabbits. How 71 feet. Tho long central spans will be Arr. Mt. Htnllng laaWlrYsBBBBTgrTntTi ""11 iffiu3d ltTaBlaaBga16 SOI pin OOP m IJ4S am An Englishman stopping at a country ox and by Harvey. I aaaaPMaaaaaaaalaaDaaaXff?aW I 'Waal Jm&JmPW JU " AlblaoJ... . Illpir sevcuty-sove- n feet in tho clear above 1C25 Bricks first uiailo of any re- mu in ono of tho Eastern States was much land was ho entitled to? 103 am aTJa ' Uuntlngton.. IMpB W rs mark. Tho trains will run r A certain young man walks ontiuually boosting about tho superiorquired size. no.s. Mo.i. Ko.b. KOHTU, imKIKBJIHMBBMKvW&TileMmjAfnl I 1 vaflaxlJWS iw It? in a between tho girders of these spans, and bbbbH a 'bwvbI WWWWwS of a mile for seven nights 1G20 Printiug iu colors invented. ity of everything in Euglaud, and de1 Huntington. .....- 1 1 EHMMbI WKMLmMm Lt. Ainiana- .OafaTjl saVatiVvaVaaKl .- -. 7 15 a iu V bbbbHKIbkAA. A 1G27 preciating the productions of America. week to boo his girl, and after puttiug in on top of thoso on cither baud, as in the Newspapers first established:- BaaaBBTalBTaaMBtaBTavsbaataW. !.. II S3 a iu 9 SO a m Mt. bterllng iHal aTaTaBW lMMeWM How many pld bridgo. Tho foundations of the piers I "'" 12 11 p u f 10 a u . ItBBaTal'fl 1C30 Shoo buckles first mode. The landlord, us may bo surmbed, did 112 nlghtshe gets tho Iwunco. Wlnchcaltr VXI saHMaVW t ....... 7 00 a m coneVmmmmmmmBammttBBtriI3BW7BTO Arr. Leilngton 1C3G Wino first made of grapcsTn noi relish this, and therefore thought of miles did ho hoof it altogether, and how aro to bo iron cylinders filled with , f ajl 1 inpu 7 43am SISpra Islington... tfmSl 'v IU pm 00p in did it tako him to underupon which brickwork will be Lt. l'arlt. -- .. " many weeks crete, 'n plan to get even with tho boaster. Euglaud. j J' ' mLatV JaBBBttaaCBeBSSL " Cyntblana... S M p tu 12 a m D'Jau ajwV wrought-iroafaTaTa.JZiryalwaSs-- algat A p u lOIUam IJnpm built up and surmounted by Procuring a half u dozen tine, healthy stand that ho wasn't wanted? Kalmoulh..... 4 1G40 Peudulum clocks invented. -l Beforo travelers trust them-wlv- Arr. Cotlugtoo ... 0 IS p ,in 1160 am ttSpm ngroo to build a wall toTwo men pillars. 1G11 Sugar cnuo cultivated! iuHho crabs, ho poured them iuto tho EnglishTsmtM MymfJaaTTnri' flBaBaBn amwamBBBaSaBmBBBTr t aT MAYaVILLK DIVWIOK s of tho bossto anv croat extent on this now BrararJawtrararJg4aaha.- wfaaaa- - JaVaw? atttaM9a.araraSlaeBrararaTanBrarare man's bod, and, telling his guest thut gether. Onodoes West Indios. Uilngtouopm. Arr. Maya tlllol lupm s of tho pieco of engineering, they aro likely to Ho. 10 Lt. Mayttlll s 00 am, xom bin bed was ready, ho lighted a cmiJlf ing and tho other 1G1C No, Air guns imentod. MatatlllaHOam a Upou reach- work, aud thoy finally concluded to pay want their nerves quieted with definite No. II " l'arlt 20 12to. aud escorted him 1010 Steam engines invented. No, It " Mayttlll 4')fm " UilogtonlMjiui ing tho door, tho man managed to put a man 818 to finish tho job. Find tho assurance that it won't blow over iu a 1G5- 0- Bread first niado with yeast. u No, S runt dally, aud baa daycuachia gale, train and all, liko its predecessor. out tho light. Of eourao it did not mulr. length aud height of tho wall. VVaablugbiu, l'ulluiau blrepera to Kant, 1CG2 Firo engines iiiYOUtod. W Va. and lUdlnlng Chair Car to eBBaaeaeaeaeaeaeaVagaaaeaeaeaeaeaeaJBJBS' bridge aba I alia. " 17CC Steam engines improved by much dlfloruuco to the Englishman, so . A woman arrivoi at tho depot threo Tho water of tho Toy beneath tho Ha9VseBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaPr? t only at tlailoui on K. C, 11 11. lc gltu. Ho. 2 runt dally, except ho uudrubsed himself and jumped into minutes ahead of train timo. Sho has is 100 feet deep or moro, so that it is wbcrtliula Ibrougb eoaebcata Watt. No. tiuoday, liu good-by- " to euro death to bo plunged into it iu 4 runt dally, except Bunday; baa through itiacbta first planted in tho bod. Immediately ho gavu tcrrlticyell to kiss seven persons, say " 1759 Cotton S railroad cars. Tho passengers to Mt. blerllug and parlor tar lu Maranlla. No, thirteen others, send hor lovo to twouty-tw- o Wathlng-toand cried: . United States. -ruut dally, baa elrgant day roach rrgui Falla aud from Kaaawba old relatives and sco to four parcel?. Sho who went down with tlio flimsy "Landlord I Qoiuu hero I What uro 1785 Htert'otyi)li!jiiivcutwt in Scot-laupallor cara from Lcalug ou tu Cluclunatl. Duly proved this conclusively. accomplishes it all und has forty-onibre tlop. No. and t run dally, except thesoiubedr' and lata through coachne from lluullngtou The landlord, who was outside tho seconds to spare to tell a dear friend blrect counerllou at lxlugtou aud lit. Hlerllne. Animal magnetism discovered 1788 tho Jury itself, with alagiw fur ItUbmond,Ky.,Lawrcucelurg,Ky., No one find fault with door, and who had lit tho caudle, cauio how to mix soven different iugrodieuU by Mesmvr. aud Vcraalllet.Ky. to do in tho Host C. I. UllOWN, into a inlnco pio. How loug tUd it tako but tho gystcin by which fools aro givou (I. W. IIENDEII. 1832 Tho telegraph invented by an J lo.iked iu tho bed, and coolly said; Oeu'l Fata. A Tkl. AgL City Figures. Try ua. liuwrlBttodcnt. of Style ' Them's bedbug. Can you beat tho train to reach, Chicago. Detroit tho preference on tho panel is what tl llencral offlrea, CVitlngUin, Ky, Worso. wholo country in (rrowling about, Irte Ve. them tu EualaudT 1BS0 Telephone iuveuted by Belt. 21 aro elioffices except IlASDim. school-distric- gar-don- s, binl-fancic- gold-finc- school-distric- school-diatric- k k tax-ab- lo ItHK ttttUTh.4ttl.Ur4 JHtVMUkintl Connected with tho Dnko's residence n Qneonsborry Houso, against which tho wholo fury and maledictions of tho mobs wero directed nt tho timo of tho Union, thoro is a tnlo of awful mystery and horror. His eldest son, .Tames Enrl otDmmlamlg, is simply slated Iu tho old peerages " to hnvo dlod young." It Is now proved, however, that ho wm an idiot of tho most wretched kind, rabid and gluttonous ns a wildnnimnl, and grew to nn enormous stature, an his leadon and unornamnntcd coffin in tlio family vault nt Durisdecr attests nt this day. This monstrous nnd unfortunate creature was always confined in n ground-floo- r room of tho western wing of QnecnslKsrry Houso; and "(ill within theso few years tho boards still rcmalnod by which tho windows of tho dreadful rcccptaclo were darkened to prevent the idiot from looking out or losing seen." On tho day tho Treaty of Union was passed all Edinburgh crowdett to tho vicinity of tho Parliament Houso to nwait tho issuo of tho final debate, and the wholo household of tho Duke tho High Commissioner went thither en masse for that purposo, and perhaps to prevent him from lcing torn to pieces by the oxasierated people, and among thorn went tho vnlot whoso duty was to watch and attend tho Earl of Dramlanrig. Hearing all unusually still in tho vast house, tho latter contrived to break out of hit den, nnd roamed wildly from room to room, till certain savory odors draw him into tho great kitchen, where n littlo turnspit sat quietly ou n stool by tho fire. Ho seized tho boy, took tho meat from tho fire, stripped and siiitted hiiu,nud ho was found devouring body when tho Duke retho turned with his train from his political triumph, to find diro horror awaiting him. "Tho common people, among whom the dreadful tnlo soon spread, in spite of the Duko'n endeavors to suppress it, said that it was a judgment umjij him for his odious Bhoro in tho Union. Tlio story runs that tho Duke, who bad previously regarded his offspring with no eyo of affection, immediately ordered tho creature to bo smothered. But this is a mistake ; tho idiot is known to havo died in England, and to havo survived his father many years, though ho did not succeed him upon his death in 1711, when tho titles dovolveo upon Charles, n youngor brother. CfUtelCo Old and Xcid. half-roaste- d F J. tin he; A Uo., proprietors Hull's OUrrh Cure, offer $100 rewird for nr BTAHmntl. cast of Ciltrrh thst csn't b cured with Hall's Citarth Cure. Bold tr Penny A W. T. WALTON, McAlister, Stanford, Ky. OPERA HOUSE, KY cnirtrn DiRacrnnf. - , n It. C MorlB, f KtiToDlaT, BOUTIt.-- ri. u 1.11 raator. netttre tTerrriiniiaj moioii- chteirrpt r th Ihlrd . -r Prayer Meetlnf etiry nvnuui ROBBED Mnrrlwii. Huperlnlendant. I -BeMli-J. M. ArTIMT B onferoml and fourthIlacc. itor. after-noBundatt.mnrnlnaana Blue of Stage, MilW. i:ihlrom 'etoMt of PinMeeting eery Wdnelay rrtret ery Healing rapacity, Inelaillnat nailery, too. nuht, Bunda? Bchool at V to t. at, IU K. Barrow Keaaonahla ralea to good attractlona, Addreaa Superintendent. aa alote. hlp llllinTIAN.-Woraly th rongrrallon nj lnrd'a Idty Urd'a dart, lr. J. W. (of Bunday Hchool and ourlh GRAND C.XSNAT.ON, 1933, en 133, at !. Jo, rteeeranre, hnperlntenileni. rt.HIAN SOUTH -- lief I M,NfM- jonn I roy pailnr MimJaf r ttchnnl alt 10 Meeting w. on I'nlon Prayer IUihi, Hujttnten.irni Semi-Weekl- y Journal We,lnf-- f nluhla Ket II Proprlotor. 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