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PILES I NEW PILES' SERIES-NUMB- ER 135. 5tmMlcfhlii it;?, ififro. li'Hbli etieit Tutmtau Vrfrttfe, mity of asking you, a total stranger, for tho loan of two dollars until to 9U.no 1M2II ANNUM. morrow." .erpleaee don't send stamps In payment of sub- And now wo know wo are freo nod sacrlfHtn, eacept to insse change, and then of de-- shall novcrsco him again, forJie got Tmnilnatione oot over thtee r n(. tho money. Cincinnati Saturday , flight. mill wo woro wondering how In tho world we could got rid of our share of res ponsibility for his despernto situation, ifor offrf Proprietor when ho came to tho rcacuo with, - Business Manager "To show you how ban! pushed I am, I am oven put to tho extre- nltriorSlournnl What Our Prets Friends Saf About Brother says: "A mnn told f y aa Our'Netv Societ Reporter. tho tiutincu very lung, and in lomo unnccounta Mo way had becomo imbued with tlio jWca thntyt was nccessany part of tho Iniilncij (o indnlgo in oxaggcrntiun; lo.niftko froo uto of such expressions Ion vivant, elegant, en lmndnomo, cxrjuislto, majrnlflccnt, gorgodus, splendid, britlianl; nnd in neconlaRo with tbU strango notion, which every body knows to Ira ridicn loui, ho wrolo up an altogether unpretentious meeting of a low friends of which) liCvhnd casually heard, entitling ' Ids articlo "Sijirco Brilliantc," indulging in tho Inviah uo of auperl atives, nnd fixing up tho wholo nfTair llnyiwitylc and perfectly regnrdlcfa pt axreaao. ' Onlinnrily theso raro cases of indiscretion lire kindly over loolcel by tho victims, hut in this In. stanco tho avenger was speedily on tho track of our young man, tho "weal thyjMitl'diatinguWied citiien" coining til jiejofiico tojtlli him, within tml hyaaflcr the' publication of the glowing tribute to his princely hospi in r&jltfh-etherch- Hjrhail not lccn A Doctor. Preacher, and Ttacher ;.j On Tuesday last, a gentleman apparently about 55 years of age, nnd a young lady not oxceediug sweet, 10, registered nt the Hotel, as man and wifo. Their devotion Indicate. J to tho usual hotel loungers that thcro was something racy in this union, and it was whispered that it was n "run lality-r- "LoolrThere," said ho, "what in tho h II TliiT( you mcau by printing that confounded slush about mo?" Wo assured him that it was no doubt our young Inan's desire to please and compliment him. 'Compliments bo d d,M ho savagely interrupted. "Where is tho infernal idiot 1 I'd liko to have about flvo minulas' carneot conversation with Mm." Tbero was blood in our visitor's eye, and although wo know that tho offender was at thai moment cowering in fear nnd trembling in an inner office, listening to tho conversation, wo felt that hero was n caso wherein wo would bo justified in deviating from the strict lino of truth so wo told him in a broken voice n wo wiped away a tear, that tho young man was uow lying at tho point of death from brain fever, superinduced by tho great montal and bodily strain upon him of running down and writing up facts about "John W. Smith, Eq., being in Columbus" nnd such. (The gleam of satisfaction that lit up the oyo of our visitor at hearing this, assured us that the crisis was safely parsed, and wo ventured to ask an explanation of this unwonted display of ire. "Well," said he, "I'll give you tho bottom facts about that nfTair at my residence tho other night, and you wilU.not'blamo mo for feeling sivago about that rot you published, and which every paper in town worked over and reproduced. You sec, I'm iu a pretty tight ploco just now, and some of my friendly creditors, of vwhom there are few enough, God knows, camo around to discuss tho sit uation with mo and soo what could bo done to avo me. Sonio ot them brought , their wivea along, to sort of cheer up mino, aud tliat'u the wholo " exteutVjt." , "Aud tho delicious repast ?'' "Well, wohadaomo prolty good water that my wife borrowed .of ono of the neighbors. xOur water was turned off a month ago." "Then tho light fantastic too wasn't tripped 7" "Not to an extsnt. Tho only ono of tho party that wanted to dance was a half drunken brother of mine, who had both log shot ofl during tho war; and as to that very pretty quotation, transient 'And bright the lamps rJbone, 0 er fair wuineu and brave uto.' away acrapo." Tho gentleman registered in bold and elegant caligraphy J. It. Duracy nnd wifo. Lexington. Ky." A room was nssigned tho happy couple and "all went merry iu a mar- riago bell." Jiiit tho gentleman had miscalculated. IIo bad not gono fnr enough. Dr. Palmer camo in during the noxt evening nnd recognizing tho gentle- mnn saluted him with "how aro von Dr. Mammock?" This of courao was a "dead givo awap." Dr. Mammock had business up tho 0. S.J which' took him oil on tho accommodation train that evening, whilo tho blwMeg bride (?) was left to follow, on fjofo, after boing "fired" by tho proprietor, Mr. Lewis. Tho languago used by her on that occasion being moro ox- pressivo than elegant would seem to indtcnta that eho was not tho refined lady her uppcaranco implied. Sho "cuwed" out tho manager beforo sho icu. A little inquiry developed the start ling fact that Dr. J. II. Mammock, the subject of this scandal, resided at Glen Mary, whuro ho has a family. Me is a physician, has been a teacher so aud is a sort ot a preacher. The wife of tho hotel manager after his identification recognized him as a teacher to whom she had gone to school iu Indiana. Two gentlemen came down tho C. S. lookiug for this couplo on Thursday lost. Tho lady's name has not been learned by tho peoplo here. Tho next timo tlio doctor attempts thisgamo ho had hotter go further or he might faro worse. fltockwood (Tcnn.) Itepubli- can. one-hor- mo so;" tho most learned and elegant of your acquaintance would be likely to say on tlio Mino occasion: "A certain person informed inc." Hero tho person is not a certain but nn uncertain one, and tho thing told may havo not a thing iu it of information. Year by year our languago loses something of its propriety and forco. It ia doubtful whether, in tho no longor unlcttcr od but alill ignorant ranks of tho En glish people, a sound nnd honoit vulgarity oxista as it did when Landor wrote. A footman nowadays would bo more likely to say ho had been "informed" than that ho had been "told." The plain yeoman who, at that period, might have said it had coat him a deal of money to build it house, would now tell us thnt he had expended a considerable sum in erecting n residence. We no longer ent and drink, wo "par-tak- o of refreshments," and wo contrive by somo miracle to "partake" even when wedino alono. Aflectcuitici-t- y of speech is as much to bo shunned as affected anything cl.'o. Tho truo vulgar were never guilty of it. Thoso whoso vulgarity lias been named Barnes Letter, Ilov, Geo. 0,,IJarnea continues to PILES! A correspond for tho Stanford Intbmor Journal, his homo paper. His let ten aro doubly interesting sinco ho reached a foreign shoro. Wo will givo liberal extracts, but thoso wanting full letters wo refer to tho Jburt-na- l. Paris Kentuckian. letters of Rev. Geo. Tho over-s- ea 0. Rarnes are all to bo found in the iNTEttton Jouiwal, Stanford, Ky. IIo has ken corresponding with that paper over since tho beginning of his labori as an evangelist, and just now, whilo ho is trying his power with a now peoplo, all that ho writes will be read with interest. Several letters havo already appeared in tho Inteiu oh Journal postmarked on tho other aido, and wo havo had great trouble with tho oxchange fiend on that account. Persons who desire to keep thoroughly posted upon the movements of Bro. Barnes and tho Incidents of his career in Eogland, will do well to subscribe for tho Interior. Journal. Frankfort Yeoman. eays: tf. JIf nrintna'm ! Tho Pltcorfry U the malt of n.l ImntlMUon TMnof rnUntiflfnllddtuJr Into Im thrtctrof thli tlnful dlitMe. To jon of 111 grrat merit, cell on Inn J A Uc- Alllr,8lnf..nI,or W. M. Wlf, Ml. Vernon, tnd get temple box free of rherge. heretofore In um re Mlu Klen Mice, of Crocton, 111., Hji her her up m bopeleu coninrnptlTe, hut four bolllct of Ilrown'i Expectorant cureJ her. For tale T fennj A MeAllater, 8Unford, lid W. M Welr, Mb Vemon. iii MHnrorerv for rtllnl change from Hi oM rtmntln WALL PAPER ! TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, .A.T Oeorce W. Illlielln, efDIut MoiidiI, that Hrown'i Expectorant cured him cold tfler ererjlblog elae.had failed. I'ennrA McAIlitcr, Stanford, tnd W. ML Vernon. ill., wrltea of terere For tale bf M. Weber, M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S Drnggists nnd liookscllcrs, Opora Honso Blook, Stanford, Ky. ku u. i. Mr. naoirx. IJUIIDETT A 1IROWN, ATXOltNnVH A.01 XiAW. uuaOETT. m-lj- r MT. VEUNON, KY. TAKKOK. T. W.VllMOir. WALtlCt E. A.,X,XtItN32Vfc M. T. W. & W.B VAllNON, H. Stanford, C. - RUPLEY, if Offlce In Owilej A Hon't new building AT STANFORD, KY. l'EYTOH, X.A-"V- , op italra. , Will frac He In the Count of Lincoln tnd ad joining counllet tnd the Superior Court tnd Court oi Appetit. epaciai mention gircn 10 conrcuoni. 112 Office on Lancuter Uriel. ATTOHNMV A'l' STANFORD, KY. M ERCMANT TAII.OK, X,A-"V- - Kentucky, and tho (crm h ttri-blnignificent are guilty of all affectations that a plain man's mind can conceive and detest. Hut if wo need not Ira rustic, wo need not bo a roundabout. Tho simplest words aro rtlwnya best; and to unerringly does their habitual uso indicate n clear mind, nn earnest meaning and a siuccro intent, fhat bo will always ba better worth listening to who never says "arrivo" when ho should soy como, nor "proceed" when ho might say "go." Godfrey Turner. Mow She Lost Him.-Ther- e wero tears in tho soft blue oyes as sho raised her head from his shoulder and in rcsDouso to his urgent request to know what was tho matter, eobbingly sho "Philistiuism" y HoasANi) Bacon. An oxebango ATTOHNEY A.T 3JA.AV, DANVILLE, KY., "As cold weather passes away, Will practice In the Conrtt of Botle and tdlolntni countlee and I n the Court of Appeela. and spring approaches, less attention I.EB P. UUPFilAN, is !eing given by buyers to tho weight HUltOUON WJ3NTIHT! STANFORD. KY. ot hogs aud moro to quality. It is OfficeSouth tide Main Hlreet, two doora abort tho smooth, trim hog that will bo the Mrera Hotel. FareNltroua Oxide Ota tdmlnliiered when re wanted from this forward. The activo quired season for tho manufacture of lard QOTO closes with tho cold weather and the rush for lard or heavy hogs is over T. Harris1 with tho winter packing season. ton- Breakfast bacon and small hams are Ojsters, Ice Cakes Cream, Light-Dreathogreat articles of manufacture by of all kinds or a Kquarc Meal. packers during the spring and Bummer months nnd it is such 'porkers' that can ha worked best into this product Lateuf CbcDiult, SerertDco A. CofiUntonl. Ey.t with that is most sought after, and rcalizo M. ROBINSON & CO.. the belt price during this season. And of Drj OooJl, Notlona, the country shipper that seeks to sup- ImKrtera and Jobbera Street, Cor. Sixth, Jc, 37, C39, SII Main ply this demand to tho best advantage coTJiHViurjii:. ICY. must meet with great success." ALEX. ANDEnSON. ffiifi Ulb- W&Bsto DKALKM lll- PHARMACISTS - J. Restaurant d, fe - SA . lwJ)2vf5,j iiruKs, zs LWRvl'c .?aB1SKL - Wkrrti 1""- JPIiejEJgSgPl3piB tVAV -- assBWaaaaawaaiekw tiff WW WBt tifua- WTCW 1W xm rhyayrlant' av Ta.a A m41 a1a nuu a nuu.v Aiuusua. I jduuah, oj.Biionory preactlptlons accurately compounded. Also 1 JtwHgV JKWF.L.KH81 AVntclics, 1 JOS. SEVERANCE, J. Largest Stock of Clocks, Jcwclrj ii Silrenrarc lirnrterrit tn Ihti metbaie tVlua Tam !.. the Lowest. Wttcbrt. CJocki mi J Jcwelrj 11- Vmcu vuiiiwi. ijuiiliiiu tvarraiiLea. eaid: lost every cent "Papa failed 13 tit tjiat wont he had in tho world. make any difference in your feelings will it?1' And sho for me, George, throw a look of entreaty at him The Gushing Girl. Gushing girls aro numerous. They aro fouud almost at ofery turn. Their characteristics aro su marked that they can not bo mistaken, They go into ccatncics over tho most trifling matters, n very common placo potato is declared to ha "magnificent," nicely baked waflles are "elegant," giuger-p- op is "superb," and soon', until they exhaust their stock of adjectives. Theso girls aro also romarkablo for tho manner in which (hoy slobber or gush over each other; ono kiss and embrace aro insufficient, as is proved by tho fact that thoy aro perpetually hugging and caressing somebody. That such girls are a nuisance, every ono must admit; their affectation is ahomiuable, aud their silly slobberiug equally unpleasant. A certain class of men liko thoir society, because thoy can havo greater freedom with them than with girls who respect themselves aud their surroundings. Tho gushing girl rarely amounts to auy thing, no fellow of truo spirit cares to marry her, and fow persons fuel complimont- cd by being uumbercd among her ac- quaintance. A Small Ilov'a Pjiayer. The Middletowu Mercury tells tho follow iug: A lady residing in this villsgo, the mother of a bright little boy, was talking to him the other night, just as sho was putting him to bed, about the efficacy of prayer, and told him that if ho would ask God for any thing that ho particularly desired alio had no doubt his request would Iw granted. Tho little fellow kpolt'mhU mother's knee and prayed God to send him fifty llttlo sisters and 100 littjo brothers. Tho prayer was never fiu ished, for the mother, aghast at the prospect of having her house turned into an orphan asylum, lifted tho bay to his feot and tucked him into bed without a monism's unnecessary delay. Bankrupts havo a hard time in China, a broker of the silk firm of tho Rod Peacock chop of Shanghai, which has suspended paymeut, wai walking on tho street when he was set upon by u crowd of banker, creditors of the firm, who carriod him off to a house, where they hung him up by thequeuo so that his feet were off tho ground, aud otherwise maltreated him, lUiateo admitit but, but o& tho nssem guests, who spent ono of tho Juoei oojoyablo oveniogs of their existence, Shad to pull through on tho tub end of ono candle. Now, what gort of a oompromiso do you suppose I can make with the balauco of my creditors? Why, I'vo had no less thau twenty fivo dunning letter, 4qtyrtjujf)tron. your dese'riptiou of my Hero's high priced eutertaiumeut. ono ofr'eia from tny grocer; uow, listen," aud ho road: "Ueforo you square up for that Molieious ropast' which you spread at your 'Soiree Urilliauto,' I wish you would pay mo for that ham I lot you havo last November one year ago." It was a pretty hard case, wo couldn't help but acknowledge, and might have melted a cast iron olevatedTj wriUen on w-cp pflpcr, railway director. and on ono side only." The Judgo is "No," returned tho implacablo demanding an impossibility. Tako youth calmly, "my feelings for you away their miserablo writing tome changed some timo ago." iawers would have no reputation for Then he slid out of her arms as if anything. ho had been greased and was gono Tho vcritablo wagon in which John forever. Brooklyn Eagle. Brown carried runaway negroes from Not on Account op ' Liquor. A Missouri, and in which the ammunirulo forbidding tho drinking of liquor tion used at Harper'aFerry by Brown's by tho employes ofa Canada railroad men was carried, has been sold to has just been adopted. Such a rule is Herbert S. Fariall, editor of tho Iowa always in order, but tho records of City Republican, of West Liberty, railroad accidents in tho United States In., who will put the old vehicle into do not show that drfnk ha? been tho use as an office delivery wagon. causo of very many of them. Stupid"I think," said a fond parent, "that ity, carolessncss, disobedience, the little Jimmy is going to bo a poet qf.overworked hands aud the when be grows up. IIo doesn't cat mua williug-- , to tako labor and ho aits all day by the firo aud er's wagos with work requiring intelli. thinks and thinks." "You had betgence and a senso ot responsibility not ter groaso him all over," aaid aunt to be had for tho money, havo been "He's going to have the at tho bottom of tho majority of tho measles. That.s what ails Jimmy." most nolablo mishapj. New York Si"- - . A book agout tried to aell a Cincin Men liko Flotoiv aud Wagner aro nati Irishman a copy of "Hiawatha." ttrickeudown and dio iu this eventful Pat looked at tho title and then at the "Higher water, is it? year, whilo not a. man is missing cauvasser. among tho fellows who could so easily says he; "be j&bora the wather in bo h pa red. Tho man next door with these diggin's is qtioite high enough, a iluto, the wretch across tho way with mo by, tor any uncent mon. bo bo an aceordcan, and'tbo .villain who per- ofl wid yezl" sists in cornet practice in tho most Tiiree Seasons in Florida. A crowded part of tho city still live. southern journal says there aro three Enemies of civil eervico reform, uro seasons in Florida tho orange, tho pronouncing t$rcivHfarvfce commis- vegetable und invalid; the last paying Flori-diasion a failure) ore it is fairly organized. the best. In tho summer tho on yams and sugar-cau- e, lip Tho motive! of all opponents of the rttid in tho winter on Yankees. ii moss .,.. are te woo measure, especially .i williugJtoTgrant itjav fair open Jlrial, Tho Louisville & Nashvill Railcan be fairly stated as a degraded sym road sent a suit oi clothes, a free pass pathy with tho pernicious spoils sys aud a purse of mbney to a small boy, whu, finding a tree one night lost week blown down across tho railroad, -- When milk bonco'contaminated built a firo on tho track, and, waving aud it is a wonderfully activo absorb torch, stopped tho train. ent of gases nothing can be done to a An Illinois court has given a depos-o- r mako it perfectly pure, again. Moro butler is epoiled "at"'the' pail" thau in a broken bank a verdict against other process through the directors personally, the judge during auy holdiug that thoy wero responsible for which tho milk aud butter passes. money received after they know of sailor, who put to sea A the bauk'a insolvency, as they did in from Sau Fraucisco August 10, in an this instance. UoryllforH(u-sriUnvaolgHSi-liio- i It ia said that inhaling the fume of picked up byja coMtoc" pffJQueeWand sulphur will euro catarrh. The courte in anexliausted OimltloiiM IIehad lost his instruments aud his provisions which many people pursue iu this life gives promise that they wont bo afby tho capjizuig of his boat. flicted with catarrh iu the next. A Lewis ton young lady who went Ciu. Saturday Night. Into a utoro to buy a pair of gloves for If men had ouly temptations to her young uiau, couldn't! remember tho sizo of lib hand was. She great sins, they would always bo good; what but the daily fight with little onos ackuow, however, that ho woro a customs them to defeat. collar, if tho clerk could tell anything TllouuuJt lear wlliieta. to the iKnIllYe '. -- f,i ,f curttite Dower of tk Great German Ah, uiel I am an "independent Bold l See adyeitUeuent. I party" uo longer. I 1'udt & McAlUter, fiUnforJ. David Davis. fa-ti- guo . fool-hard- y 1-- thatAatejjcingtheeanjeand Judge Barr has made the following FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. order in tho United States Court at ISecauM jour houw, or jour gooJi, or your lire other Covington: "All pleadings, etc., atock, or your Ore or property barenonot been burnt guaranty that lltnlnlog, la or Injured br ibercaiHOTbe. Don't you think, then, that It shall be written in a nlata. Iecible would lie nrudent to aeeure Indemnity In case should occur ? hand, without interlineations or eras- - such loss or damage obtainable anyI ofler you this inat the lowest rates 111 srst-cu- Groceries, Provisions. &c, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - uke your choice. surance Company, in I represent teren and you may JISO. M. l'lllLII'M. EH. C. BRIGHT,! ISIock, , Neither of us haflne the time to attend to the collecting tnd settling npofour old firm business, we bare secured ine eemcea or Air. Ji, reyun to attend tv It. He la authorised by us to collect tnd receipt for til accounts due ua. Stanford, Mar. 9. St. Asnph NOTICE ! STIVDPOK-IJ. ss. nrAitinisn, II. V. MKIUUT. Blue;,Grass Farm Which he keeps alwtji on band. Makes a special Cools delivered within town limits free of charge. xii'sr.. Block of Desires to call attention to the Large and Comprehensive jroll GroccricH, Provlsionti, Conrec(loiicrlcf), I Tobacco, Ooodi at Wholesale isarH, lc., Valuable r ol ITandltng on Small ProCU. PORHALE I I offer for aale tny Farm of SOS A rrem. situa ted near Walnut Flat, on the Suutord A Crab Or chard turnpike, 3 miles Irom Stanford. About 40 Acres In cuttlraUon; balance in grass. OoxhI spring, plenty good timber and well adapted to atock; In good neighborhood. Will sell at a bargain the a bore tract of Und and giro possession at any time. Far further particulars. Inquire of J. 11-- Owsley, Stauford, Kjr., or write to me at Darllla, Milan 1D-county, Texaa. J. JIK.XUX X'lHl. A. OWSLEY & SON, DEAI.EKS IN- - TO THE! PUBLIC Wo will now pay special attention to WCD8TOM OKINDING.-We promise to giro satisfaction, and when desired will rise l'atent Flour for Wheat. Can make either bolted or unbolted meal. 110- -t 81 CALINTKK A HALI.EE. Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, "Wooden and Willowware, Glass- Stoves, Oratos Stanford Female College. Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent STANFOKD. IY. and Family Flour, Haines, Traces, With and Tunyare, a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL THE BRANCHES OF A This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Session on the 2d Monday )n September next. Salt, Limo, Coniont, Fiold Sootls, Plows and Parming Implements . Call and soo tho genuine Hamilton Plow . THOROUGHENGUSHCOUBSE Are taught, aa well OPBBA liBREe-V3lgO V HCOTJSE BLOCK. I desire to call u MUBIO, TUB LANQUAOEa, DHAW-INAND PAINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, prices range from 115 to ISO In th igular Departments. Frlmanr, tii; Intermediate 0; I'rcperatojy, 110, tnd Collegiate, 150. full bartleulsn. aa ta ftaard. Ae.. addresa MKM. H. C. TKUKIIKAKT. Frlucllial, staniora. unooin uo., t.y, Va HwiKgl HKaBl54glgBi gKMgggwsg.lgBgBgBggHi R JEWIX -- your special attention to the RICHMOND which for utilBfe3?lglEB ity, durability, in ornamentation, unequalled. OF PLANING otieiii MILLS! !iniii.gwHPSi-5tY- perfection in operation, taste is ! complete Manlng Mill, tad am prt par! tofuruiib every t;u4 0t .BUILDERS' MATERIAL! FIoorliiK. THE 3ES.I3NTC3-- T3EIE3 JFI3E331j3D IVeallicrbeardliiR, Doorx, SllMll, ItlllltlM, I.HtllH, NhiiiKltH. .MohIiIIiirh, Nlwlr HH, tl'C. A.I .ll .t nrli-- suuh as the above articles tau be bought Iu Louisville, Cluclguatl, or other whole- -aale houa, I am lure 1 can uaae it iu vantage I patroula home Institutions, I tut tlsu t practlial twgwgwgwgwnwnKsL edBwawnwnnwngwtaw ssnr ii asnaagwgwflhtKt r Ftriucra tnd l'lowuen, listen. Oliver Chilled Metal will not corrode; the heaviest ilul all remove w(.h And tin prriarrd lo furnish deslgus and tillmatei In rlew minutes. The Oliver 1st Center Draft Plow, having sloping laudalde, whltli does work, foabulldlDgland til klnJ.of stroll pressure found In straight Undside flows. The Oliver has hundreds of Imitators, uo uiauuiat.lu-re- r am doing no small business, can lhat IThe fact that uy bank account ru be Judg- the will Imitate in Infcrlu l'iow. The Oliver hu t record unparalleled In the history of 1'lows. Your na from ed from 11,000 to U.W0 per wek. uelghhort will tell jeu to UUV TUB OLIVEU, tnd take no other. Contracting and bulldlog done prouiptljr tnd tt auurh C, H. HTAfi-OKB- ARCHITECT, . W. H. HIGGIISIS. ral Tuesday Morning, W. P. WALTON, -- April 3, 1883 EDITOR - The Jacob Boom (?) A Frankfort dispatch to tbo LouU-villCbmmereiaJ of Jsi Fridftjr, speaking of tbo Gubernatorial canvaM say; "Tho candidacy of Mayor b will injure Owsley moro tban either Knott or Jones, became neither of tho latter two would get much strength in Louisvillo if Mayor Jacob does not run. With Mayor Jacob as a candidate, backed up by tho solid voto of Louisville and Jefferson county, Ows- loy will bo the first man dropped in tho balloting to a certainty. Uwsioy 's ,. ... . i.r. ...,. menus nro Declining iiu c iuu, u gloomy since last ZuZy. Judgf Owsley is in tho best of spirits himself and feels conf, dent of victory." This dispatch, ap- o Ja-co- .1 ... has not disguieedita preference tor ... Knott hitherto, but which bm now suddenly becorno a Jacob organ, is significant. It confirms the impres- a already t uuui""'"! -- ..l.M iL. uiuiu uumiuo ui T ...:.; la that 11IU Ci.i. movement in Louisvillo pretend tho cdly in support of Mayor Jacobs candidacy, is not so much a great spontaneous uprising of the peoplo of that city in his favor as it is a movement on the part of certain astuto politicians to uso Jacob as a tool, cripple Owsley, and at the proper timo, butcher Jacob, and help their favorito in tho raco for Governor. Tho writer of tho dispatch alluded to, concedes that, with Jacob out of the race, tbo city of Loufaville would cast all, or a greater portion of her voto for Owsley. All sensible men even Mayor Jacob's staunchestfollowcr8,must know that Jacob has not tho ghost of a chance to win the nomination. Uot that ho is unfitted for the position. He has boy on d doubt made a good Mayor, and would peradventure mako a good governor. But his candidacy comes too late. Tho raco is already made up, and it is almost absolutely certain that Owsley, Knott or Jones will ha tho democratic nominee for Governor. Major Jacob is a gentle man and deservedly popular in Louis'-ville. but he is comparatively un known to the people of the (State, and it is too late now for him to make ef fectively their acquaintance. A fair construction of the language of the Commercial's correspondent is that the Jacob movement means nothing ex cept a cunning plan on the part of certain politicians to defeat Owsley, Judgo Owsley in the The friends State should see to it that he loses nothing by this scheming on the part of those who would, if they could, him. Ho has made amanly canvass. It is an open secret that he would, but fnr .Tacnh'a candidacy, carrv a majori ty of the delegations from Louisville nml Jefferson couctv. It remains to be seen whether the attempt to de fraud him of tho vote will bo success ful. We venturo the prediction that in furtherance of this scheme to injure Judge Owsley, an attempt will be made to hafo the city of Louis ville select and instruct delegates in ....!. i ..... . .. ut-- u J'1'"1 ntoctMJWriMtoW "" "" it do-fe- one ed of trading so-ca- mass-rineetin- compos- politicians, and, neces eerily in so largo a city, to the exclusion of the people, instead of by Leg manner of islative districts selecting delegates from the counties. The delegates selected at this while instructed to vote for Jacob will desert him at the proper moment and cast the city's vote for their favorite. Whether the people of Louisville will submit to this plan of procedure, or whether the Convention of May 10th, will admit a delegation so selected remains to be seen. Mayor Jacob has not yet announced himself a candidate. If bo be as as he is wim and ho will think twice bethought to be, fore permitting this humiliating use of his name and personal popularity ia Louisville. However tbU may be, ... t.i.La tlin Itmnur nf Kftntnrlr. ians if this transparently insincere and -Mimm movement is not seen through and rented by tnem in such a manner as will bo eminently satis- to its intended victim Judeo fW.lnv. note the retirement - Tt -- r UiUulu.u... Clipper, lie is a the lllue-Gr- au good writer ana a ciever genuman, ..1 lu nreiu) can illv snare him from iU ranks. There are some pleasant life of as editor, but WMEesinth they are few and far between, and we sometimes wish that we could sell out and quit. It U an eternal tread-mil- l with no timo for rest or fun. D. SnotUwood, who is highly spoken of, succeeds Bro. Nowlon in the pro- nnstorship or tne pai)er. o ..i...i f.m l.ll .1 LouUilUe, lMdar, hating giren bond In mass-meeting ff-tnr- v "trSxr- .TV..M.. ..-.- -.- Mr.. The indlcttnwU the uu of tO.QOO against him were st for hearing in May, Issued. We understand wtre afflicted with a kind of eryslptlss; but the fable of tbe miller and the camel and clal Invitation be this soon wetrs offaadoMcan not bul ad- forthwith resolved to put her Into print for that the Society has been considerably anNo an of kis ago better dwrtea mire this result of careful physical tryi- It, Dear bid Mult She lft the bu. at las t noyed by person, dropping In to hear the with that Injured look upon her face and I young gentlemen debtte, curiosity being Jho honor which was so liberally be ng m well a. a bracing clinate. mm stowed on him Saturday, man me carefully looked after, for the most prl, dare say told her folk, at home thero ws. a their only motive. Should this be continwretch that sat next her In ued the purpose for which the society was subject of this sketch. Iu every in- and the minimum of fire, used, while frttS tallow-faceestablished would l eventually destroyed n gcntloman, polished in man- air Is the rule. Yesterday at Spurgeon'. the bus and spoiled her ride by crowding stinct and the members seeing this, have taken Tabernacle, while we were shivering in our her. ners, reverential to age, kind and Our patient friend Is improving slowly. sltp. to put a stop to They would wu heavy wrsp, the folk, "to the manor born" S. H. The dear LOUD couldn't cure him Imme- peak kindly, but emphatically "Mo visconsiderate in his associations with didn't teem to mind tbo culd a ML One diately, because tie tried to mix up human wo HuggloH, on liniid 11 Inretiring in disthose of his own years, itors will be admitted except on special cent had his handkerchief with the dear vitation." position and a favorito with old and folded on top of his shining pile; and sev- wlnlom and human remedies LORD'S perfect way. That always retard, In Wo A tit tiik Rtoitr DinrcTiON. A on, which they young, rich and peer, mak awl. fe- eral had little skull-capif it doe. not defeat the desired end. The meeting of the citizens of Lsncasler and over- slipped on after taking off their plug hats, male, lie is jiMt tit maa to does not need our help H do any- vicinity was held at the County Court with every- LORD whelmingly detUBobMtt, tbewfub-licans- , then settled comfortably down thing, except the help our faith give. Him room Wednesday, to lake steps towards esbody', breath like the exhaustions of a tea kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a sat an. AH beyond this is griev- tablishing a Female Seminary at tbl. And will swap for such flesh and tho devil in tho gentlemen In fighting kettle; while rome August election, and bear tho demo actually took oil their overcoat, as if op- ous hindrance. But most of us find this plsce. Thia we repeat is a step In Ihe liberal of tho patrouago of tho publio in general. all. right direction. Lancaster has long felt emtio banner to such a victory as old pressed with heat. Meanwhile our Ameri- out very slowly and some never at Geo. O. Barkf. Eospeotfully, Kver In Jrsu, the need of a school where the daughter for years. can toe. were like block, of Ice and we Lincoln has not known of Lancaster and Garrard county might Below Is a continuance of the brainy and popular it is no were almost on tbe point of beating a reBright, receive the benefit of a collegiate educaSuch LETTFJIS WnmKN AT SKA. wonder that ho has been so highly treat, lest we should get rheumatism. tion without their parents being compelled conFra 25th., 80NDAT. The tituatlou ho a service In such a room with such a honored by bis party even before unchanged. The sea a shade lo send them from home. We have talked gregation would insure In America a doien has attained tho age, necessary to raako case, of pneumonia. quieter, perhaps, but veryjlttle. Our la- with a good many of our citizens and hate him oligiblo to a seat in tho Legisla- This bloom of health is so attractive that dles ate a hearty breakfast 'in their berths. found none who oppose the establishment turo. Ho will, however, havo reach- - it I. a thousand pities the national habit of Willie on our side did the ssme. The rest of a school here, and very few who oppese as Is cl that age, 2j, several months befoe beer and spirit drinking should Intensify of u. sat up at table and ate a fair, square the establishment of such aIs,schoolget the -- 1VITJIto body. After ob- - it into the repulsive scatlet so often seen in meal orice more. All on the mend. At proposed. The object how tho meeting of that 10J o'clock, sjilpmen and passengers were money and purchase suitable property for fair educa.on under tho late male and female. Those bluing ale, gin assembled for worship and' it was, delight- ichool purposes. A committee was j brandy complexions meet one everywhere. to Icok Into the matter of securing London may be described as the city of ful and impressive a service as one could in lo.U, versitr at desire. Our Captain McKay, read Ihe picperly. The property mostly desired is clothes and Dnderslxed drill anigraduated with much distinction, Ifo- - mals. The best dressed' man I have yet Prayer Book service and led the hymns in the Dunlsp place, but If this csnnot be seIlls Inrninrf in --- - linmp. hn rMelved tO seen was a darkey, strutting down Bishop-gat- e a good, round, musical voice. There was cured at reasonable figures other places -b alare had In view. We can see no good rea street, cigar in mouth, but a very a fair turn out of passepgeri and adopt the profession of hs father, he will not be very graceful figure and perfectly fitting though complexions were waxen and pal. son why this institution elluent There are surely 100 men In this Id, and eyes weary and hollow, telling of clothes. By the way, he is the first and on county who will give $100 to $200 each tosuffering:, they all stuck faithly colored man I have seen in London; nausea and -Institution of learnv" " "' "" " ul have not fully to the room. The party was Just tica ward; establishing an they are a very scarce article. I at onco. On tho 23d of April, 18oU, been in .Rotten Row, nor seen much of the enough to be thoughtful and devout, and ing that is destined to be such an ornt- ho was admitted to tho practice, and aristocracy, where of course the toilet i. the prayers found appropriate rtsponst. in ment, and so useful to our town and counseemty as this will undoubtedly be. A joint set out to attain tho distinction won more tasteful and exact; but in the aycrage heart and voice. Especially fervent ed the.prayrr. for those at sea. The names stock company will be formed and Ihe by hi father as ono of tho very best people one meet, on the street, it ia a perfect of "Our Sovereign Queen Victoria" and stock put sufficiently low so that every one lawyers in tho State. In August, marvel how they manage to be o univer- "The President of the United States" were who has an interest In higher education in clothing. The fault doe. sally 1881. ho was unanimously elected linked together also Ephratm and Manas, may take at least one share. There is to not lie in the quality of the material. That City Judgo of Stanford, which office i. quite a. good a. with ur; but only in the sell united as they ought to be and will be another meeting to night (Monday), to now perfect the organization, appoint a comhe fills at present with honor to him- tailoring and mantua-makinAnd the In the yearfio come. I understand why the Cunard boat, do not go down. mittee lo solicit subscriptions, Ac, Ac second characteristic of thia dear old Lon self and credit to his The lino was founded in prayer by tbe pi Those at the head of the move are pubHis course has been onward and up don, how can I do justice to the ponies and que wife of the elder Cunard, and arrange- lic spirited men and will push things unward, and wo expect to bear the best donkeys? They, must be seen to .be appre- ments for those services were made in the til the Seminary ia assured. ciated. A. a rule London goes on two of reports of him thia winter at Frank wheels, leaving out the omnibuses and beginning. So the LOBD has honored Paint Lick. fort. He will make no attempt at Born to tbe wife of D. O. Slaughter, a the rest those who honor Him, according to promcabs or hackney-coachedisplay or try to bring himself in to run on two wheels, from the hansom to tbe ise. Those were the only services held pretty little daughter. The during the day. After dinner those who Ike Arnold bought of D. C. Pulllnsa notice by frequently "bobbing up" donkey cart of the and nice harness gelding for $S5. the music-roochaise and the dog cart are the com- liked gathered in when thero is no occasion for it, but pony gospel songs for an hour. I Mr. Ike Arnold will open a hotel soon mon vehicles. The street, are full of them Marie atng he will endeavor to do his full duty-twin Its way and for the accommodation of Ihe traveling ponies, clipped as to think her warbling will drawn by under-nixebis constituents and labor for the ad in willing hearts for public. mane and tail and the cunnlngest little don- make entrance vancement of every material interest keys, picking up their nimble feet like preaching before tbo voyage Is over. The We had a steady rain Saturday, ami of the State. Such a man will Lin- winking and getting over the giound at a sea ran high all day, and the cold, pierc Paint Lick got on another big high; we coln send to the next Legislature and prodigious rate. Iti. very laughable to ing wind gave no one comfort on deck. mean Ihe creek. In ordrr loift control of IholMt sod tucxt ipnlr lino ot Atrirullursl l'lmMi r,d llrxui. h In ord.r to eo.tle to clitsln the land SI, Many of "CO miscrables" kept their bunks V.hlclf. The time ha been changed on this counts and nd aleo rates of frrlcht, I melopurthue In trench qiiantiilrs Hare Know, aud Atrat. at lluitonTll). lowet other counties do even half so well, us. We are constantly exploding with hate ratttiulicd if frel aure wo cao offer tbe farmers ' eccentricity of pony or all day. Dinner slimly patronized and road and train number thirty will not leave Uncn,trr and ltlcbmooj, and under I hi. arrangement, tho next General Assembly will, not mirth, a some new who came were by no means a convi- Richmond until 10 o'clock. Many Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. donkey flesh comes into view. The vehi- those like tho last body take five months looking set. Our party pretty well on Mr. Eirp, of North Carolina, is leacht i ftp on htnJut all time at laj Mru.l Ware linomt a lirfeftUfk f cles too, are of the oddest patera, imagina vial to do absolutely nothing, but will die- though I dare its feet again Willie being the one most ing a class here the srl of transferring picble, primitive and awkward, r, tures. George Kinniard, the boss pose of all necessary legislation in the .ay admirably adapted to their" uses. After given to frequent reclining. So pasted our first Sunday a dismal has caught on to it and will ornaConstitutional limit of GO days. is a mere question of habit and fashall, it sunment photos, as well as homes. fleshy lady and day. but for a present, Jesus shedding TriE Educational Conference at ion, but when one see a m L X within, despite tbe gloom without. y There is some lalk of a livery Mable gent driving a diminutive specimen of po- shine Frankfort, occurs next Thursday, the Feb 26th, Mondat. Towards night being built hero in the near future, which looking "shay," one may at ny in a funny e have a good many 5th, and every teacher should make least be excused for stopping and staring fall yesterday the wind shifted and blew will no doubt pay. takeW dashing young men and it is almost Ira it a point to get there We suppose a little at it. As for staring, it is give and strongly from the N.E ; sails were all between wind and steam possible to get a turnout. The town au the leaders of the movo have a plan take. They stare at me wherever I go, as in and the fight gale thorities are talking of runnings pike began. Thus far the of operation marked out, which can if I were from some very foreign port, and had been In our favor; 315 was reported as from Ihe centre of town to the depot, If the would have amued home friends to see only be carried out by a consert of ac it tbe run to 12 M. yesterday the good "Pa- - railroad company will aoslsl them a little atthe notice George's Amazonian height Hon. The railroads have put down voria's" level best. As soon aa the wind In wsy of finsnee. This is a move in Klogsland Road, as she took an will board all tracted in the motion of th ves-the right dirrction. It is almost imitossi-blthe fare and the hotels "'From hauled ahead, airing last Saturday afternoon. changed from a long roll to a heavy pitch to haul a load to or from tbe depot If il who attend at S1.50 per day. r ask. in a America sir?" the the latter being, by long odds, tbe worst for muddy tell, you he know, perfectly well tender stomachs. This morning tbe sun i the least bit way that CORRESPONDENCE you are. They spot u. everywhere in a FOREIGN put in a glorious appearance, tbe sea I. LJUICASTEIl Atm.RTIM:iKST. moment. "Our speech betr.yeth us;" our much less boisterous and all bands begin PRA.ISE sallow faces never clothe, tell the story; our BAM M. BUItDETT, to look brighter, I swallowed ray mutton 102 SnACKLEWELL Lase, were developed on English soil. chop at breaklaat with something of sn London, E.U. Mar. 12, '83. Daioton, LANCASTEB, KY. n We have eeen none of the sights of appetite. Wife, who was the sickest of tbe Vtar Interior: Will nrsetlr In Oirr.rd anil djololot rounlle (Ill-ljErerrthing is so strange to us here, and strange to .ay, don't wish to, until troupe, is now the best off and comfort, and Court of Apixtli. niiRRicH, C'urrlnj;ervS tiring tVitgoiiK, Farm Whkohk, Log Wageim, and w unlike what we are accustomed to. we get to work. We were talking about it others. She has just come down from the U. O. KAUFFMAN, A-- t In America, that I hardly know what to this morning and how little we could enjoy upper deck rosy and cheerful approachX.A.W, ATXOIINEY KY. LANCASTER, begin wlttfln describing the contrast "aa these thing, until we get regularly to work ing Will who is prostrate on the settee: Court. Will thing, no- She "O, Willie, come up on deck; the sea MutfrCommlwloDer Oirr.rd Circuitanil sdjolnlof best I can." again. 8o, except the few little prsctle In all the Court, or Usrranl ttunttes and la the Court of Apr!. "We are, this Monday night, at the closo ticed in going along the streets, do not aoto tw is so beautiful." He (in a weary ofourTthday in lodgings; as far as that peel a description of any of the wonders of growl) "O don't talk about the sea. I have goes, wo feel a. much at home a; if born the great metropolis until you hear we are no use for it." Marie (loq) "O, mama, and reared fn London. Wo thank the good holding daily service, somewhere. We did bow did you elknd It four months gojng to LOBD for guiding us to such a pleasant not come to London on a light, TiEisvar DupitTMinT. India? I feel well, but I can't bear to look Orrica or Coxrr.oLLiaor tukCcbbbicct, spot a. this. Our landlady's husband, is, errand, nor yet to recuperate exhausted at the ocean, event" George (with a grim . a. ISM. Wasiiisotok, we 6nd, a Weelejan local preacher, and health and energies, but to preach a gospel ace and affected whine) "Baby don't like pretott to Wiiheis, It sitliftctorjr r tlJ-nEnglish. He that will get us into trouble at first and to travel by water; baby wants lo atop the lha un mnlanmA. it hu Lmd mftds to sprcsf that speak, in both Welsh and lb. Cltltco. Nitlonil Usuk of Unrstur, In Ibe came bick from America last Friday and win Its way in spite of all opposition, until ship and get off somewhere.'' Papa (with man r UBfuUr. la lh eountv or litrrtnl sad .11 KuluckT, bu tbe heart of the good woman Is at rest, now It shakes these Islands of Israel from "cen- affected cheerfulness) "Be of good courage, HUU or of the IUtIkJ complied with.th ths proUnltal uututts or vision that he has safely passed over the stormy tre to circumference." "Until that glorious dear ones; we will biive a good deal more tftattt required to U compiled with Ufura sn bull- .hall be authorised to ooaia.nce th .ea. Poor soul! She was not a little anx- work is begun, we have little heart for lesa-e- r water to cross in going round the world." ttsiu nt tiansrlno1. Mow, then ore, I, John J. Knox, Comptroller of ious last Tuesday night, when the wind was interests. v At which they all glare Indignantly at me in suuirrocj. uo nruj txitiijr ia vihkhi 01 LancMwr. " puiloai! bloalnz a fierce gale, knowing him to be I was In Pater Noster Row this morning for suggesting such an unpleasant feature niuor. In Bancroiintr of (larrtrd BDd " of JCerv Aallroad Carl., Hcepers, Uowere, Hajr Rakes, drain Drills, llruadc.it BreJen, Huli.j Harrows, fulte tiUU thai British coast and exposed to it. looking up a large print Bible suited to my of our circumnavigation. Ifcfw familiat iiv la iithftrit-avlh bUllOfM ol Plawi.WaUlojand Hiding CuMteLori, Own Prill., Corn I'linter,, Feed Cutters. Cum ".sellers, Farmtri rnminenrfi near the Unktoi? at proTldiMl la tfectloa fnrr. The LORD sent us just at tbe right flattened cornea, until tbe dear LORD Is smiles grimly and the subject is changed DIKUUIOllDVUDIirUOMir, 0,1(9 of tin IU cd er.' Hollers, and many oilier Itruis. lalcittmoor wbcrrof. Wltow my hand and time to gire her .uch steady, occupation able to round it up for me I am still "fol- But we all keep praising the LORD, just eat orufflcfl, tnuxw oar or eoruarj. ib. that she bad not tlmt to brood. And I re- lowing on" for that blessing that "Uncle the same "blow hiijh or blow low." For He JOIIft J, KNOX, Ccmptroller of tbe Currency. peat what I wrote before, that if we had Barney'' says I shall never have and which is good, if the sea is bad and never, never No. Z.fttt. nicked London over we could not have I say I shall. There is a "rule of faith" can we cease to love Him. We lay all the found a pleasanter suburb, nor a kinder that I have not yet measured, but when, 1 sickness on the devil and hate hluT worse landlady than Mra.UriUitli. bbeana iuane reach the point I shall have undimmed with every qualm. Ever in Jesus, are in constant conference she glring the vision in a moment. I have never doubted Geo O Babneh, Meanwhile the good advantage of her experience in teaching us this a moment. how to lire cheaply and well. J. here 11 a LORD Himself can not do anything until way to do that in London, but one must that height of faith I. scaled. When like know lust how it ia done. We are already Joab, after the Jebusltes, 1 climb tbe slipDEPABTMBNT. I shall learning rapidly. I doubt not this will he pery caves of satao'. strong-hold- , to come, un- smite the bait, the lame, the blind, hated of IIOUX. H. headquarter, for some time I aiaalao prepared loturiil.U prices and Mllmalea of all kind, of Eojtnea, Saw HIIL.ThtwlilogMn. David, (tbe "Beloved") til we get to work, we hare Marie', organ Davfd'a .onl-- our chine., Her IVesws, Straw Stackers, Wind Mil a, lions I'oweiw, snd ssrlou. other kind, ol mutilmrr. LANCASTER. Installed in the little parlor, where also we who heartily abhors all form, of human Tbe. remains of Edmund S. Finney bate tbe use of an excellent upright piano imperfection and suffering. Parties In wsnt of an j foods In uj Una will were buried at this place Friday last. jf of Bro. Griffith's. The "Baby Organ" ol Whatanodd little place 1. this row. The ladies ire specially invited to loots nothing bjr srelng me Ik tare purchasing. and so we where publishers rnoal consort! You would the boy. is in the dining-roolarge stock of Ladies call and examine the hare muilo whererer we go." We do bare smile to go Into No. 15 where the famous aud Misses fine shoes, which W. O. KIgney -establishment. First a grw ueii oi Baysters have their . has just received. Instrument was at all Injured us- you would laugh at the little tortuous lane O. KIgney has on hand a large e"Jl' Th.d..r LOUD kept them not an inch over 20 feet wide, if that, where stockW- - clothing, gents' furnishing goods, of unbarmej br Mlt air or dislocating railway lofty building, on each side shut out the trunks and valises, shoes, infrtw hare had occasion to light of day and make ga. a necessity at boots andwill stll hats, cheap. which he notice with lorlnit gratitude, azalu and high noon, yet In this curlou. place the Full line Artist, materials, eboolzed a IXfUa HUBBiCr" .gin, that there ha. not been J .or of bulk of English rellgtous publishing goes metal and card pauuels new stock of moddetail, difficulty In .11 the numberless on. KalaQUioo 8i ring Tooth Hiiro. nature. I wa. els, all styles and shape, fine landecape, Human nture Is human UtTel "The good band or our uou na. the law Ac. Also full line convex glasses, gumlaltuhauJU Oralnao4 SeeJiol all klodi; alio W Si upon u, ind notbln(c suffered to mo- - comfortably seated in a bus which photograph SSlT-,.- . ' : ilf7ssawBKsAiBVBaC. i. carry 12 inside and 14 out; 5 on a med paper paints, Ac, for allqw. to jMt U8 jn lne least. JUt end Wool. We had 5, palntlngj at wholesale and retail, by J. Oi Uolloe Butte jtIMqv.) W haa made lito. (Jriffith acquaint seat I. comfort, 6 the reverse. Thompson, Lancaster, Ky. when In come, an old lady of the stout ance and like blm rery much. IU ! returnPbksohai. Mr. Kobt. Llll.rd and Imierts herself next me to my gentleman and I Judge from W. coavem. l4H:-uste- r ed from Cincinnati last Thursday, where nt the j who Ur also. His wife looks intense discomfort. I compressed myself a bis stock of spring si-- WILLIAMS, ftw most carefully, .Ittlog upright with hand4 he has been to lay in hU petition, and rib. goods. Mr. Jss. T. Craig, of Stanford, Managers Huitoniille Depot e,ght nouti);t ,bence; and the mtsd. rosy In front lo an attitude of who has been attending to the business of GROCERY," and a dear lot of boys, encroaching upon lnngs In comfortless pre. "ENTERPRISE choked children, sight of the Mr. Ltllard while be wa awav, returned eTfr, one fbls roilness of complexion is sure. After a while I caught with H. L. UITUEIIN, .... characteristics of English .octal good lady, m she turned to me an in- to hi bom Friday. Mr, J. V. Mitchell, of LAMCASTEU, KY. Bowling Green, Ky., I. vWting here, Maniger Lancaster Depot! In the atreet bare dignant look; with lips drawn like tbe of llfe Tl)e jirty urcn!n exthe gueet of Miss Sara Bruen Hopper. beneath he irrlme and oot that mouth of my mother reticule, and an. The officers of the Lyceum Society of "what right bloom tbroueh it all. Indeed, to one ac pression a. l( one would ear, & CO., It. II. IVKAItK.V, Acidemy desire u. te GEO. 1). of have you to be here making people uncom- Lancaster Male customed to the comj.aratlTe sallownea been enManager Klchuiond Depot (Cora risnttr. was all so ludicrous that I stale to the public that a law ha American complexion, the first impression fortable?" It JVoprletus- spec- nearly laughed in her face as I thought of acted excluding all visitor, unless a u. Is ratner a paimm one, JUDGE THOMAS P. HILL, JR. j&jxtjd iHiE&LsrBSS SITI AIBIL Em: shop, l. d s mr llaiigliiinui, will keep Having bought out which nice lot of Horses and will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses aro also by tho day or week. all share A. T. NUNNKkMiKV, 0TAX?na. ly WE ARE READY! & o ff Men's, Boys' Children's .- '".7" l1"'!' estsb-lishe- CLOTHING! iTsr- ABUNDANCE I d ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT! J fellow-citizen- Correct Styles and Low Prices. (I BRUCE. coster-monge- r. WlEN & .u-- CO. o d ATTENTION, FflRIWEHS! paint-stinge- wave-stirrin- g el e shop-keepe- I THE LOBD." Lon-no- rl Citizens National Bank. w sight-seein- l Garrard County WEST, Editor. Landretli's mtma len &eetI iihi ..' In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of ,..,i . FUTURE Iu jiW n. GEORGEf D. WEAREItf, Stanford. .ui:i: ,,,, iaK smukjjlHf9k .. ,, BUItDETT 'I ii-- .- - N- - I I WAKTKD.-Cou- pointed by the Bute Board to visit the SKIT AnTRRTllOirSTK. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. boulders. IF. Churches of Tatea Creek Association In 6o to F, L Thompson'! for cbeip (he interest of Sabbath School and Col- - good. , Will ns permitted lo teres Am, kind of wed Irlh potatoea and onIK MAJ. QTj.I3-Oiai3ten or fifteen ICY. ion set at Oreater A Bona, MaJ. John Canton and wife have tak- Of Casey, I a eindldite for Hpeakiho. MsJ. F I). Illgney In a well portage. mires at mj stsMs 4 miles Stits ntor, lllh from Htanrbidoi lbs Knob flutrtct. inrjeel lo tbe action ef the democratic en room at the Newcomb Hole). Tuesday Morning, McMnnif. timed speicli announced hi candidacy for April 3, 1883 If you want the Mr pike it wool aupcr e Quarterly Court began Monday. Sev- l"V Notwllhilandlng tha gloomy, disagreeV the Slate Henate here yesterday, and named FfV. f carpet go to J. W, Hayden'a. $10 to Insure a a number of reasons why Caaey la entitled able weather, Sunday, many of our people eral contested cares on the docket. Court Tncidar. LOCAL NOTICCS, TO-NIGH- T Fuu. stock Hots' In.! Children, readr to the present unexpired term. He la an went down to Turner! ills to witness the will probably last two or three daya. Gelt. April 3, Hot I'ainth of Vtnnj A McAHsler. . I have Jutt received a large, new .made clothing at Itrnce, Warren A Co'. honest, gentle dedication of the new Christian church at MINN nESCntPTIOX ANDrF.OIORF.n.-Ps- Tt KimciNu Tsekls it MolUWl A Hism'. ll A. that point. stock of goods , which I will veil cheap for will IX jesrsold thstOthofMsy, H hinds Don't fall to see the handaome delgn man, and he made quite a favorable ImInch, blood bsy with hear? mtna and tail and will ...0k!:at Wwtkku collon nl 8 cents at D. O. W. Jone, of this place, waa In the cash. Country produce liken in exchange pression here. Judge Hansford followed, msk when fully developed a msxnlflcent hone. In Tea, Dinner and Chamber Bet at II. . XI near Georgetown, Wednes- at the highest market price. Call and ex Hired by Telegram; he If Prank Woltord; he by explained why he waa on the (rack, and K. It. ahake-uTelrgrsph. (who wsa a brother to Elhin Allen UNtiiiCTirinirdrnRMilkl McRobtrla Ilrlghi's. thought that Casey waa entitled to a full day. He aays no one was aerloutly hurt, amine ray gooda and vou will I satisfied Mncct snd Mfockbrldg Chief,! he by Hill's lllack A HiiKgV llawt, of nrldreport. VI (he by Bhermsn and he Two handaome residence and not a half term In the Henale Lin but considerable excitement prevailed for F, L. Thompson. Ooon Jkanj nifti'n coats at 75 cents at by theniltlnafjHStln Morgsn. Telegrsm's dim Will sell wery cheap. Stanford, Dec. 25, coln hid won the race on Two more tunnel on the K. O. d br Ifctyd McNary, Jr , 5d dam br Whlpp; 3d dam DKIs.. the Drat round a few minutes. br Wsxv Dare Vandel's dsm Is a fine combined ' Saturday was a flue day to try the apwere driven through last week. One and should be allowed to (111 It out. Font. mart from VToo.lf.int county and ol unknown ped Wirrt Tit Bkct Firrr rinora of rooi! ctllcoe al 4 centa '82. W. Craig. Igrcenowbut I will be able to get It In a short at I). Klaus'. J. W. Hayde has received a nice new F. Iiobbitt reannonnced himself for the petite of "election folks." The excite by Mason, Johnson A Canton, (he other by lime, Stewart A Son. Thla makes four tunnel New Mock of Jewelrj anil Hllrerwsre at lot of Hprlng Clothing. liltni B. II. CROW, Stanford.Kr. Legislature and 'fc'quife Murphy made a ment of the election and the cold rain Hudn't vou better Penny A McAlliterV. (he excuse to yield to tbe hellish through on that road. There nre only three abort iptecb In which he said Me political go and get a bargain of Mi ImT On tht Road, will give tt the Landrkth'n Usrilen Heetl. In Imlk ami course wa run forever, and that he took temptation to drink, and tbe result was more and tbev will be throunh In a few in pipers, AicAilsier'a. i nnjr dayt. Htvr.lUL colored peiaona have died In Ids defeat with STANFORD OPERA HOUSE, toward no one, bad behavior and a great deal too much Watch bs Clocka and Jewelrr repaired town recently, the Ian lo go being Uncle A negro convict was shot by the war and thanked those who had supiorted hi in noise "for the amount of money spent " ami rrrtnlel b l'enriy A MoAlleter. Will make III present seaDaniel Weaver, a The Drama The editor of old man. should look out for den at the camp on Roundttone Sunday. son at my stable, on tha Had voted for Hill Uaturday and would'do I'Ui.I. slock of Fiililnir Trickier.' all kind He wa ordered to take a whipping, but old bsntllla pike, 4 mllrs advertising sheet. Read thia edican now at l'enny A McAllaltrV Al.L persona having claims again! the aoat the Aiiguit election, and advised all hit rival from Lancaster, at SIO. torial from the Empotator, the organ of the refused to be whipped and turned to walk Fancy fwy Is hi friends to do likewise. Ilia remark Vacuins Points Double dip, 20 cU; eitate rf W. 1. Moore. Jr . are noil amshng ny bay 7 years Ingle din, 10 rent eioh Henl h mall on fied Literary Society here. Joe Hacker says, "I ofTand wa shot in the back, perhaps fatal old iU hands to present the nine to me, properly were in the best of time and were received Written especially for ner high aired by Inaram'a .receipt of price. Mcltobe tt A 8lagg. am Ilia smartest man in McKinnef, I ad- ly. The warden skipped out and has not verifled on or before April 7, '83. J. B. with much feeling I) the way, the 'Squire Fancy rvy and he by the been caught yet. nnlitiL hnran anil tiM nntf. Rcserrcd Seat at both Drug Htores, cents. says that the money spoken of aa offered vertised old Sorrel In tbe Frapomtor and Paiton, AdmV. PERSONAL en hlmsrlr to be a gooj breeder. I will also atand Mra. Jennie Middleton, wife of B. Mid to a Huslonvllle rain, he knew nothing sold him next day for $5 80, notwithatand Joetril Chknauivt, , U Tlnltinjf P. M8S. MaTTIK CASTIOLO. of Wsene about, was not offered at hla suggestion Ing he wai thirty-seveyears old, had dleton and daughter of Jaa. G. Carter, of and GLENCOE! Lta brother, Mr A O.Chenaull, county, was one of the Injured by the C atring-halwaa half blind, and waa slight- thla county, died on Wednesday, March 29, it waa not hla money.. Mr Most M. Wiuy, of Pins Knot, 8. It. H. accident described elsewhere, Her at DeLnnd, Florida, Her remains were ?tKrxIlF8A.Mf,0,,At,Wsiafl, 18S.1 ISJihemli ly troubled with nineteen other diseases IT- . P - In . vIkm My Combined Btallioo.wlll i wound are in the head nml neck, but are ism errvej inarm Tenn., called loses us jrslertltT- DEATHS which the oldest Veterinary Surgeons have brought to Mt. Guthrie for interrment. coll lonr months old. JIM Poll-Katand th present season at f-- iS 1 dark Iron ray lick. (i( hands and will Her litres red onea have the sympathy of tin. Apu Mm IlnoMAU(invwere called not serious. The C 8. It. K. I certainly a nij stahle,'imllea South, Henry T , son of Mr. John B. Mervhon, failed to name. west of lluslontllle on t' " ?' ?n msres trad d before the collIs four month oH. to Crab Orchard Friday by the illness of very unfortunate or an exceedingly bid died suddenly Saturday of peritonitis. He S. M. Owens bought of Martin Mason the entire community, ascertained HuitonTllle and Uberty .. the seaion Th. hmn Ar .1, .,. . rosd al raanigrd road. grandchildren. The commissioner appointed lo nithalr a lot of slock hog averaging 125 pounds, waa complaining a little before he wa tak"VSS .",'" b re"Pooilbl lor Ihe season. I!J'' F, II Myeiu, of the VYrougbt-IroWM.IIUHHI.K. Ciiicuit Count has done but little since en down, but nothing serious was thought for 6 centa. Mr. Owena also sold to Ken- seis the damage to land holder for right-o- f 910 TO I.NNUUE Kings Co , fit. IouI, in visiting the family our way for the K. C. Railroad, finished A repjri, though it I fixing for a big or It He was about 17 years old and a nedy A Co. a car load of corn at $2.00 per of Mr. Alien Ileatley. barrel at the crib. We may here give you tbelr work Saturday and filed their report M'ner due wlun the colt Is foaled. Trsdlng the trial Wednesday, thai 0f Wm. Sbadoan gentlemanly boy. the insurance mstes tha Till! two telephone mstnates, V. It, fur the murder of the Confederate a glympee of the McKlnney provision mar- aa follow: Jamea Coffey about f of an mire forfeitsretained on tho and till season Is atsson due. Lien colt anrgeon paid RELIGIOUS. Abdallah Olencols a beautiful brown, of fine William, of IIu.tonTlllf, and F. M.Ware, and soldier here In 1802. Hhadoan beine ket: Side meat, 141C; rbouldera, 10c; acre, $91, Lee Coffey about 6 acres of bone and muscle and li a natural laddie horse; ha of McKloney, honored tbla office jesterdiy a Kxr devil, unable to employ Dr. J. I McKee, of Danville, haa re molasses, 70090 cents per gallon; flour. land, damage $470; James Hull's heirs, trotted on a Irsck in 2.IS 35 with couniel, only two months' handling, lie has produced some With a'call. Judge Varnon aligned Col, Hill, Judge signed aa pastor of the Firat Preebylerian $3.00 per 100; meal, 60 cents per bushel; damage to house and land $1,050, ofthofineit horses In the ttlate and a larger per STANFORU. KY., Mn. James M.Cook, Jn., and Mis Stutter and Col. The citlzena of Mt. Vernon were rent or extra walkers thai anjr horse I kcowi beans, mixed, 0c; navy, 0 per lb; cofiee, W. 0. Bradley to defend Church of Lebanon, wai tired by Jo. Elmo, lie b Alexander' AtxlaL frightened latt Saturday over a Isb, he ij Helen Held, Mr. Harry Hocler and Miss him and if he had had ltev. Tboa. Harrison, the boy preach cheap, 10 lbs. for 25cts.; good, from 10 to Jo. Elmo's dsm tr Dealer In the money of a Paymasreported case of amall-poin town. Wm. Msmbrlno Messenger; ha br Mamhf Ino D; IdiTnidirell, Mtstni I(eee nod Hrown and not have gotten ter. Jo. Abdallah'a 1st dam br Willie better lot. er, Is conducting meeting in Decatur, and 10 cents per lb; augar from 10 to 12c.per he by Messrs. Jit and Jno. Allen of HuitonTllle, The trial of Linton, who lives here haa been braking Purelgner; bebr- Imp. (Ilenro; 2d dam out of a lb; Irish potatoea CO to 76 centa per bush John V. Goocb, for murder- Mtenteen hundred conversion have thoroughbred, known is the Dcble-hesand Hux- saw the "Pearl of Bitot" lat night. ing Constable Kllllon, la tl for next el; aweet do. for seed, $2 per bushel; do. for on a freight train from Livingston to Williamsburg, came here with a sprained an- Cherokee; his dim br Imp, (Jlenco; Starlight's HcNATon Jno. H.Williaju, familiarly Monday. Bro. Allen Tupper's meeting at table use, $1 00 per buahel. Farmers are 1st dam hj woodpecker. m known a "Cerro Gordo," wst In town still In progress and will prob- busily engaged now talking of what the kle Friday and didn't come out on the QUEENSWARE, Tivo paaenger trains dally commenced abakicg banda with bit hundred ably continue until Sunday. There had weather may be But little itreet that day. Next morning the smell My Fine McElroy Jack running on (he Knoxvllle Branch yesterday of friend In thla county. The Senator I been 14 addition to the. church up to lut else In their line haa been done for two of burning tar was discovered coming from will stand tt tbe sime place on ths same terms. Hell decidedly popular among the misses nd and will have the following schedule till Sabbath. weeka. We acknowledge tbe receipt of a the houae where Linton lives. Thia waa self toabout 15 l hands high and his proren himbe a breeder. hit effort In Congres to raits the oneroua further notice: The Stanford Accommobag of nice flour from the ''Favorite Mill" enough for tome of our wise Solona who Irerer you to the following gentlnentt to the LAND. STOCK ANO CROP. J, declared it to be a case of small-pox- , aure. breeding of the tb)T stock:F JSham. Trye. J. K. from their ahouldera'hu not lessened dation will leave here at G30 a. m., arrivtazea of thla place. It la of their firat manufacBauzhmsn. Wm. Dodd. L. J. P. Ill -. ing at Louisville at 11:05. Returning. It The proprietors of the Lincoln Mill bta ilrong hold on their feeling. Kr. ture of "Patent Process Floor," and Is in- When Linton was apprised of hia being tut UuitonTllie; E. II. Burnilde. euntord, rates. I can Iu rutin pasturim at reasonable will leave the city at 4 P. M , reaching here want to buy wheat. small-pox- , he limped lU-lfc. S. I'OWtl.l.UoitonTllls. deed the nicest article of the kind we have pected of having the i25-OBTS. 8.25, thua giving LOCAL HATTERS. A II. Dawson told to Mr. Hill, a from this sec seen. If other flour mills with to "go and out and exhibited himself to the people who tion five hours in the city and return the fancy mare for $275. Florida Okaxues at II. C UrlghtV do likewise" we have no objection, no, looked and were greatly disappointed, be same day. This train run dail except Reub Harris sofd to Mr. Hill, of Geor none, whatever. Gentlemen, please accept cause they had been so badly fooled by a of salt, lima and cement at Sunday. The regular mail train will Fresh car mare for $300. run gia, a fine 4 year-olfew wire men who know a caso of small our thanka. Owsley A Son's. daily and will piss Stanford going to Lou- Abner O. Cbenault will sell hi perpox by Its smell. Crab Orchard. UvIIle at 1:16 ! M , and going south at 2 sonalty next Friday. He haa a pair of aa OF ALL PtIBK home grown seed potatoes GOct ItOUNDSTONK, Ky., March 31, 1883. K ports gay that a very popular preachr. M. Had the schedule of thla train re- Gne mules at any in the county. per bushel at 11. C. Bright's. Dtar Interior t E. H. BUBNSIDE, mained aa before, there could be no object 'Whtt sadden soger this; Kate, by Vermont, dam Little Emma, er of thia county will take unto himself a Go to Hrtice, Warren A Co,' for cloth Ion to It from How fairs I rea pod It T" any quarter, but aa It Is, it by Wagner, dropped a filly foal March "better hair' shortly. (tig. Their Mock U auupljr immense. F. W. Dilllon it renovating and paint- And (hi appropoa of (he statement that acta dinctiy against Stanford by cutting off 30th, by Messenger Chief. She is the This Old and Woll - Known ing his dwelling houae, to the great delight the railroaders on Iloundstone are killing it mountain trade. Heretofore our mer- properly of Hon. G, A Lackey. FOB HAN AND BEAST. Hotol Still Maintains Ham l.. DiGKlMeWa Hum11 county out (he "little fishes" with vile dynamite. High Reputation, fair buinea with the aweet potatoe for seed at A. Owsley chant have done The largest single sale of cattle ever of his little daughter Annie. Fornnrn ihnn n third of a. oentnrr tho Egbert has returned from Some few railroaders may indulge In the Dr. Andrew people all along the line from Ltureldown, known was at Fort Worth, Texas, the oth A Son's. MexleanM ustans; Liniment has been AND known to millions till over tho world as a they could cotue here and bare over four er day when Kurds A Harold Bro. ills an extended trip through Georgia, J. B nefariout practice of dealing dynamite to ttio only sa.ro reliance for Uio relief of AN ixeoant line of Chin Tea Keta and Gilkerton reached home again lait Friday the minnows of Roundttone, but they, to Xt?t lifof,riotSr h determined accidents ami pain. It Is ft medicine that poed of 76,000 lo the Franklin Lind and (1lam Watu Ham Just received at Bruce, hours to make their purchase. This above prtco anil praise the best of Its to no Countrv On tbe evening of March 29th, Elder the credit of Ihe railroaders be it said, are practlctlly cut ofT now, a (here is hut 15 Cattle Co. ol New York, for nearly $2,- hind. For every form of external pain Hotel in the State in its Fare, Warren A Co'. J G. Livingston united In marriage Mr. in a happy minority on the other hard tho minute difference between the north and 000.000 Appointments, or AttenI HAVK oened a it my (table, south train. We truit, however, that the County Court Day was as disagree- George W Edward and Mita Lixzle Ball. not a few who are: tion to Comfort of "Native hen and to the manor born" Mrs. Betlie Buchanan haa closed her their Guests. where repairing of all kind will be done. arrangement i only temporary, as the roid able a it could be, yet a fair crowd and will be completed through to Knoxvllli- - aome 250 to 300 common cattle were on school. She it an elegant lady and haa have learned the trick, and with purloined A. T. yunuelley. Mnstanp; Liniment Is without an equal cartridges ably reinforce the railroaders UgKage will be eoarejed to and frori thedepot It peiietrateo xxe.il sura mueclo to the street. Bui few of the latter sold pub- taught successfully and quit the school Till: largest and most select line of in a few dya "Every one it aa God made him, and often rree or charrs. Special aeeonmodatloas the very bono making tbo continu to Commercial Traielers. The liar will br It ance of pain nnd lnujimmalion Impoatime a great deal worse I" So ra't Cer licly; prices running from three and a half room to tbe very great regret of her French Candies ever brought to Stanford, No such audience either in point of size or Bioio. lis vnccisnpun Human ijewanu tlwara aapplied with the choicest Still it vantes, and doubtless, he knows thn ltnito L'rpntlou nro oauallv wonder at II U. BrighlV culture has filled our Oper House iu gath- to four and a half cenla. Aged mules tirartdaofLlaaoraaad Cigars. Mr. Ja. C King, the Superintendent it a plain non sequilur to ear, therefore, ful. Tho JUoslcan brought $100 to $130; no horses. night to pay tribute to the peer of the Spring, informa me that he has railroadera nre law breakers and eesenli Attend Abner 0. Chenatilt's rale next ered hr-lut 01, so think Fridr Hs ha nine fine household ef Itii scire and lady, Mis Julia A Hunt, lot atAC and of 200 lb.at 13atmule another- commenced work at thia popular resort in ally bad, at least whom I amthe por rail One. another 4 to 7- earnest and will continue ihetame until all roaderr, which of C, ince her visit here nearly two years ago. uood lot of stock. feet, beside at $161, and 220 fat slop cuttle at necssary repairs are accomplished. Improved In personal appearance, easier year-olThe Democratic Nominee. Liniment la needed bv aomebodv In By THE present mail arrangement we and more graceful every boaso. Every day tirlnes novra of Stanford, Ky., April 2d. An exami Mr. Jamea McAIIster haa gone to Pulhan then, her voice 0 cents, to be weighed In Louiavllle in tho agony or au atrrm scaiu or unm get no lellira for our paper till after 1:30 sweeter and her figure rounder, she la My, and averaging now about 1,100 lb. laski county looking for stock cattle. Mrs nation of the "dl books at the prinian auMnou. of rheumatic, martyr, refact thsi Saturday reveal' the stored, or a vnlnnblo hone or px on the evening they are printed. 40 same weight, promt delivery at 6 are Cannon, of Lexington, a niece of Mr. W election, on moro taking than ever and cuter lhan 490 votes were cut for Judge T. P Hill, laved by Uio healing power of tlus of tbe aales reported in the Bowling M. Garnet, haa returned home. Mra. Sal-li- e Jr., and for Squire J 8. Murpby, 237, i. Call and examine taj alock of Furni- Lot (a iu her palmiest day. The "Peart some OatttU Green Wells has determined that Crab Or- majority of 253 for Hill, and I benby, ture, Ac; it I now full and complete, and of Savoy" suit her exactly in lta ever ft of tbe Democratic County Com Yesterday wa horae-ahoday and the chard shall have a city hall. The mechanprices are lower than ever. II. K Wearen. changing play and although she had apmiltee declare Hill (he nominee of (he par-(- y which speedily cores such ailments of peared in it it least three time here, tbe usual number of fine steppers were on ex ics commenced work yeaterday. for Representative in (be next General tho HUMAN VLESII as -i- Da. T. It, Montgomery I the proud Interest of her audience, and it E. 8. 1'owell had hit fait and Miss Allie King waa one of the guetta Assemblv. W. G Welch, Chm, Khenmatlem. Hfvelllncrf. tiff wai com- hibition. baby a girl which ap- posed mostly of the fine Abdallah Glencoe; Biughman Bros, of (he wedding supper the other night and fathar.of another Jolnta. Contxactea JHuselea, Bunu sime people who nnd Scalds, Cuts, lirul.es and peared on Siturdayt Wife and infant do- had seen her before, was as great aa if they were on band with Jo. AbJallab, a hand although it is generally known that she is ante ana sprains, SEW ADVKUTISKKTK. Old MIurs, hughes, T ing well. did not know the play by baart. Of her some son of (he Powell horse and their noj mortgaged property, yet a gentleman of the Sorts, tHccrs,rrotl iillblatnt. Hiring had tbla Hotel reast, and Sore Klpples, Cake.. D. Klau haa jtut arrived with a lsrge excellent Company we have not at this ble Norman, Phil Sheridan; George W Al burg had the temerity to declare his read Indeed every form of external un ford's Scretmer, looked and moved in ele iness to lift the mortgage, believing that be ease. It heal without sears. stock of clothing, dry good, boots, shots, late hour, 11;30 r. M, apace to say more From basement to firret, For tbo iisutc CnEixTO It cares hats, cap, Ac, which he will offer cheaper lhan that tbey are all good In their parts, cant atyle; Wny & Wakefield's thorough- could contribute a little more ao her Snraln. Nnrlnnr. StW Jolnta. Foaadt Intend to Keep II lu a Strictly founder, ITnrnesa Sores, aWof 2H and almost without exception, a decided bred Imported Norman Chimpo, was much than anv house in town. eaaea, Foot Hot, fxretr A onn, Scab, I'l .llauiicr, n Hollow Horn, Heratehea, Wlnd-call- a. improvement on tbe old Cnnpiny, but we admired; W. O Dunn's Abdallah MessenAnd leate nothing undone that will add to tbe Mr. It. B. Ward, of Garrard, hia rent-et- t SDawin. Thrush. ICtncuone. CuiCKEN Thieves have gotten about 50 ball eak of them later. HftBlll MSeUaaruCSarV lTandd. the farm of Mr. Jacob Guest and locat Old Floret, l'oll 1U, Film nponj in the ger wis a beauty in look and carriage; COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. from Mr. W. M Ball in the last few the Sight and every other ailment beautiful drama written expressly for her, Lot I Hubble On Time and jick Prince, ed permanently among us, Mr. T. J Co- - A.T.NU.t.NKl.LfcT. a whicii ine necunania or tno nights, but the next man who attempt to showed up well; T. W. Napier's Grand gle, of Berca, has been In Crab Orchard Htablo and block Yard are liable. I'Florinel," Ml Hunt is said to api.ir to Tho Mexican MuetauK Xdnlraent get one of tbe bird will meet with a recepto her very always cares and never disappoints; ad vantage, and a Duke wa there; L T. Yeiger'a William for several daya and it la possible that he Are offered OF tion; warmer than I pleasant. adit Is, positively. crowd no doubt will greet her, for she can Wilkes, saddle and harnesa stallion; It II. may become a citizen of Lincoln. Being it SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Cr Jw't promising young home, Davy Yan- - clerer gentleman we are ready lo extend The following names were inadvertent draw here when no one else can. She has To patroutse me. aa I hire erery coBTeolence.such Uarlog sold nr faim, I will offer at public sale, aaNICliBAMl'LKItOOMd, Ac., for their use. been particularly fortunate in the selection dell and Sam Slaughter's Norman, Samp- - him a hearty welcome. d ly omitted from the call on Judge oa lbs praialsea near Moreland citation, OF ALL Eld, J. G. Livingston hit aold to Da- OIvI to become a candidate for Statu Sena- ol her manager, Mr Win. Kiings.a Southern sqn. Itjwa a fine ahow, hurt to tome ex O, 18S3, FRIDAY, APRIL Baggage Transferred to and from vid Pebbles a yoke of oxen for $150. It tor: M CSaufley.J. M Martin, Jno. M. gentleman of experience, and in her treas tent by the very bad weather. the Depot free of charge. a. mjr personalty, consistPhilips, Jr., T. Douglass, J. U. Hays, J. ure Mr. Convert Clemens, who Lceps bit II. Bronaugh aold to J. C. Fox hi lambs, Deflanlng at 10:30 ing In .,part t( Olio pis acall. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. W.N. FKAM'IN. M. Held, J O. McAlltter, Welch Skldmoie, weather eye ojten for lliu ducal. lobe delivered for the July market, at 4 Chaa ltufer, the noted restaurateur of centa. W. F. Kennedy waa offered a few Kttra bmlt plow Mules, JTonn, milk CW and J. W. Logan and Itichard Cobb. TiiePjmmauy Election on Saturday Louiavllle, i dead. young Cattle, Faaning Utentilt nice lot of 70S MA1T OB SIASTs dayt ago $116 for hi young gelding by J. Home and Kitchen furniture, Carpett, Ac Aa I expect to be In the this to select a democratic candidate for the Col Jaulta Taylor, a distinguished W. Starnea, of Memphis, Tcnn. Harrlton aeaaon, parties wishing to aell will make It Legislature, resulted In a flattering man of Newport, Ky ,died Friday. Term made known on day of sale. Dunn paid Peter Kennedy Co for a lot of I want 100,000 majority for Judge T. P. Hill, Jr , much to tothelrintereittoseeme AUMEKO. CIIKJVAUI.T. The net making u felony to keep 100 lb. shoajls. Mortlaud tttallou, Ky. pound. Will have an agent in Lancas- the delight of iila very numerous admirers. gambling in Tennessee or lo ! BOYLE COUNTf. ter again thi svaion. Will always be The day wa a cold, rainy one and conse- rei bailees .for such a purpose Jua passed , .! Dan Me. quently but a small vote was polled, the tile Lc;Mitore. found at my Livery and Sale Stable, Main t I will slabd mjr joung Jack, Jack John, at lur -- Dr. G. D Archibald, of Wor.eter, place, SuileaKastofBtautorii. at (17 to Iniure a number being 727, which i however, 204 Street, Stanford, Ky. A T. Nunnvlly, News Notcs. Bully for the "dear lolt to get up, walk around its mother anil suck lied bar stallion; handi; tcmlcl 1178, bred by Ohio, a former professor in tho Theologimore than In the Hansford-BobbThis fin Normtn StalprimaNo colt, no par. If tbe mare Is trsded or rsinorel Chai, Dunn, SUnford, Kjr tired hj Messenger lion will make Ibaprewgt Tiitouuty Court wa wreetlinK.wiliithe ry, wiilcb occurrod in .May 1631 for the old Gov " he ha absolutely lefused to par- cal Seminary it registered at Ollchers. from the neighborhood without satisfying- iu. that Chief, sire of Msud Messenger; record, saaouatU.ll. iSsugbuian'i she Is not In ioal, the season is due. II. Is C years VOii; Msrifl. record, 2.; Abel AbdalItlt Ux casus yettffdrvy which wa thought sime office, The candidacy of Squirt don David Furguson, the Louiavllle stable, 1 wile liom old, past, bla. k with The tale of the late Dr. It W. Landia' noM and Is about II lah, trial, 2.l.;(!us, trial, couvicted of tbed: J2000f petitioners bauds tiljb. tsll and sea his cults. it settled long tgo' by tho CuUrt of Appeal, Murpby waa au 2:23; Kens C, 2:20 gait at i rears od; MsttleMcD., unfortunate one' and 'we asked it. Senator Brown has made a do- property took place Saturday. The house t 2.20 gslt at 1 years old, Msggle btewsrt, 2 20 gait al Ml. AS. AMItKKUK, but itseema'that tbe procedure wan Irrcgu S yfareold, and other promising ooes. litdauibiu and lot brought $1,005, and wis purchased plead with him at the time he announced nation of $50,000 (o (fie Stale $15 to Insure a Universitv sle br rieolloel, 2.2i;4, and tbe tire or Von Arnlni, lar. 157 B. Gilktrsoti was appointed Ad- himself that It was best T A., 1 it. that be should of Georgia, for tho eduction of poor 'by BenJ Boiling. The personalty sold Colt. GRAND PUBLIC SALE MSK; Anaette. 7 25S;2.20, Mlgunn,Young Ca. ministrator of the estate of Oldfield P. not do no. Hamford had been a 2.27;; lit; Vliandlere, for $55, Bruce A Harlan, on Saturkay, candidate young men. The steamer Polar Star extleiitliisl. l.ii)i beotluells tall Moore. D. It, Carpenter waa appoiuted to all along and to Volunteer, tht sirs of SU Jultrn, 2.1 1'i: Hill for a month or more ploded her boiler opposite Columbus, Ky., aold to a Tennessee party, three work hor(Hotter. Alley. UoJIuh, 2,(0J4; Hrlter, caat tbe county' vote in all the turnpike and that with the number of 7.I0H; liuuler. 2.20v, Amy, 2'20,, snd s score votta already Saturday evening. Two pes sons were ses, two for $160 and one for $115. ABDALLAH MESSENGER! EIGHTY Kitty inorolo lhtt.30 class elections. HORSES. dam of ltertle llrl, 2d dsmrecord, 3 Hirers, tbe Benj Smith, an old citizen of Madison pledged he could not hope to win, He wn killed and four blown 00; into the river and ThU Combined Stallion will tusks lb present record, 2.37. aod tbe grsndaui ol Msud Mesninety-threcounty, died Sundav, aged SreAKiNO of old people, a friend Inform- determined, however, and reaolved to be drowned. record, 2 234.. by Alexander'a senger, naionat J, K. Uauzbiiisii'aaUVIe.lK sullra from Mr, Smith was tbe father ed ui the other day that there lived near led by tbe IbeuodcnliUcU will make a Joint puUIo ialat Abdsllah the sire olUoldsiultn Msld. Till; llosa. of a few aupimrtera llustonillle. at Tbe night express from Chattanooga, yeara. on lliid,2.21J4, Thorndale. 2 22)., Ahuoot, Jlbdallah the Lincoln and l'uliskl. county line, with- Under hut other atate of case we should over the Cincinnati Southern road, met of Peter T. Gentry, of this county, wilh Pilot, Ac, Ac. Sd dam by 1U1 Jacket, (lire of tbt TO IN8URI2 A COIl". $12.00 dam of Kentucky Wllsn, 2.21, aad tht graudam in a radiuaof lea than three miles, the fol have toa glad to see (he Squire lion with an accident one wile north of Mason whom, and hit daughter, Mrt. Dr. Steven19, At aama place, will also stand lowing eight old inhabitants, wbosecombln-e- d ored, but his defeat waa a foregone conclil City, at 6 a. m., by which 02 people were son, ol Hsrrodtburg, be haa been spendson, by Comtl; by n Moivin, the tlrtof Vermout llla:k Hawk lb ing most of hla time aicce the death of hia agea foot up C80,anaverage of 85: Mr. slon from the first. He is an honorable, injured If about SO biad of Horses, euitiracliu Itoiditert. slreof l.lhsu Allen and msur othir trotters. lied GOOD The smoker, ladies' coach and CJtotleniens' lirlrers. naddlers. Combined Pairs. Jscket a dim a to lllack wife, which occurred about two yeara ago. On at 10 and John McMullens, 02; Jamea Literal, 87; christian gentleman and one two aleepers went over a high embank-ineuin slrtd by ruad d tht other at IS lo Insura a colt. bullions and Marts A f Hawk. 4th dsm su broucht froui and superior lot or stock. Aoolr to sltber the North by W. U eitra of luare UAIIUIIMAM HKOa. Tbe funeral will take place Tuesday, from James Acton, 83; Moses Pitman, 01; Mrs. whom we honor and respect. Below is the Mercer cou- ty, aud Ysnce. The ladles' ooich was burned, and of the understood, or Starrs dr English for said to be of Messenger blood Keulluel and Alex, the Christian Church in Danville. PhebeQoncb, 81; Mrs Collier. 82; Mrs. vote by precincts, with tbe exception of the other I, iiHriu;KN c HUK, Ioguea. audtr't Abdallah are both by Ursdyk'a cirt wrecked beyond repair HKUfi: A 1IAHL.A.X. tbtgraidilreof Maud H., 2.10),, and Iht Dr. Loula 8. McMuriry, demonstrator Ellxibeth Eoff, 15 and Mrs. Keynoldo, 82 Walnut Fiat, at which no vote was polled, There waa no one killed, but al lent two, tlreofDtiler, 2:17); Nettle, 11.19: Orsnge Utrl, 2.20: Uaaelle, 2.21, Jay Uould, J.li, aud sit others All these people are more or Ies stout because lliHJudgei,clerke and committeeman and possibly a doxen, were fatally injured. of Anatomy in the University of Louiswith record of 2.SO aud better Mrtatoger Chief and bid fair to become centenuarians. failed to attend. The fact Is there la no Whether the train Jumped (he (rack or ville, wai In Danville, hla old home. Saturwss tired by Ablallah IMot, street Hcktrd.JilBHi I will salt or stehsDttmj Farm lo Texas for icord, 2.2S. lit dam Is lands In Uarrard, MadUm. Uocoln or Boyle coun- lied Jim, house there that can be used for the pur- wai (hrown off by a broken rill lain dis- day and SunJay. Senator John 8 lo lieu Ueo. II. Tbouiaa, sire ol lie, mis urm IS 14illusion in tarrani counij, Last Imus we published how John pose waa In town Saturday and Sunday Taaas, about 1'i or ullea South of lbs city of bcott't 1 homaa, 1 2 , by Msmbrlno Miutuger. sir and it waa rather too cold a day to pute. Bright, a law student, had, In moment of atand out on Norlbof M dim by Mimbrluo Chief, Fort Wvrth and about aam ' the pike and lake the, vote The Senator la aupposed to be looking ths City of Cleburne, In Johnson dlstanc Omttloa Tht not Imported Norm id rltalllon. will uiiks th oH.ewlnikl.2Mt. 2.18),, Woodlocd Msmbrlno, countjr. sift of Lady Thoru, LINCOLN COUNTf. forgetfulness, burst forlb in song in tbe The County Court should change the votat the slaUt of J M, a season or around with a view to succeed himself In iVO Arrr ol Ho laud, all under froce, with Is Collage," lt3 ullea trout btauron:, Wrar, at "Pink 2.2l)i; Mtmbiluo 1'atcheu and other. Sd dam br IV, txwd barn upon It aad good water on llat It Imp. Nspulion. Lugtlih lluour, Ac. Abd.llaii presence of the Honorable Judge of the ing place or provide a house suitable for Prtacherarillt. the Senate. He hu many frlenda and ad- flrmt-ra- t farming laod and lprcl(i y woll Mrweuger will make the season of ltev at Cbss. Circuit Court, who Immediately fined him the purpose, Uraoch Irom blanford, Dunn's, A, Tbe high waters have again given the mirers in Danville. Mr.K. 8. Rowland, Waled for raising cattle, being on a high plateau 15 SEASON. pike, 1 ul.e uiilrsblaulord A en HuiUpike aod fatting stream f water. It from brtvetn two $2 50, not a much fur contempt aa because a mlUa trmu Laurssic A Dausillt plki.lt (20 to firmer trouble on DIx Itiver. of the firm of McCampbell, Brvant A Ci.. about on lull East of the untied routt of the I'ltECINCTi. Hill. Uurpby Mooey dut it toon foil Worth Insure s Maro In Foal.Msret the vocallini wa ro wretchedly executed We are much Interested In tbe letter Chicago, If In Danville, visiting fritndi. roninlotsd In&a UloUraodali. 11., which will be mile abort time, aud also about is aaurlalued. 825 TO INN UK K A COLT! aa lb l.ci J. Jo or bettsr, or such asthat hart public Now all thla oscurred, but In a joking records of YVestollbaO C t Baola Ve It It. now lu operahart pruduied written by ltev George O. Dimes.. a; He will be Joined by Mra. ltowland next tion from lluitoatille. ..... ill trotltrt with rwvrdtot 2.30 or betltr, msy be brtJ ft Worth loUaUeaton Thla farm Is lu 1 U even the wayfaring man, thouith a TamsriYllls .....,. Mr Jno. F. Holticlaw sold bla com- week, she havlngg alouped In Louisville. th gnat cotton aud wheat ralilug secllou of North-i- u Chauipo I t dark grajr. IT bauds high, weighs frit ol charge. Addrrsi , fWI old Ihe Mill of Ms; and eery desirable lor anjr on wanting 1,W pouodl aud la S WILLIK O DUNN-born fool ro understood, but fir the sake of Btanlurar.-- .. Illgbllud 15 bined horse to Bailor Holticlaw for 3100 "IJ I aud Major Joe McGrorty lift Monday, lor El to farm or raise caitls. Alao haft on lb loe a neat, lla Is of nut styJisn action, good lu the Hiaulord, Uucuto Co., Ky. Wsyneskurg ... .. 4 tl MuiKXjgii ralki'K, by McMenger Chief, dsm those who did not, we hereby label the oth Horn wiin ran ana loins, well ribbed and largs Iwdf. with -I- ttv. Jno. G. Pood, of Klrkiville. Paso, New Mexico. He expects to be ab small uuncnorribort Hull, S iicuera old 7 13 frb Orchard, ........... ,, Hulgma, 2;21: ;MM. by Alcalde, of llylas, 2 rear this Sprtog; suoulders; head sud uk well set ou. He waa out floe Short Horn er item, what.lt waa really intended to be, Tutsi. W blubblteld 4 Co., of Uloouilng-wVaucy Hit, 2 W, dc .) will make the setaou ol It&i preached at the Baptist Church last Sun- aeqt for tame tlmo and may locate there also uruimg luirlnutnu, ioal 1 will iraae wuu 490 I H7 HI.,rJepteuiUrll. Hit WM t'ounl lux', UrjsnlMllle, Ky., at 115 to lu.urt tht place. tt " Joke." flijwrlTr "us day, ltev. W. J. Holticlaw hu been ap permanently. W, U, 1. s mart In foal. Lancaster, HHAY A. HAKEFIKLU. Jao.il, IU). m i nlr Ilicon, 0. Ilrljrhl. tspecUllr WAnnKN A Co, wlih th M geataprlnajalock In town, are ft ill Irf lh Held, Held their "ad" and ro In see them, Dni'cr, I ma.EY, DAVE YANDELL 2l -- J bt two-pl- old-tim- farmer-lookin- g JUI.U Vsn-de- 1 a p Kail-roa- HUNT! -- d Now York Company ... ....... Fancy Boy! XAzTfc) tbisr-piln- I.-- dr-o'- irtsCjUp - lij n t, ABDALLAH TWO GOOD .TACKS. "'." ''"e - .i-- "a ft la n lt COIl, w. T. GREEN, ly Hsnibl-tonia- n; x d Groceries, Hardware, jci-tard- a, I Harness flnt-d.ii- and Saddlery, IT- PItOWS tr !''!' "w A d THE BEST MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. LINIMENTS Propr its lire-tllli- 1 shoe-sho- MEXICAN lt MUSTANG ST.ASAPH HOTEL. LINIMENT W. S. FRANCIS, STANFORD, - - ICY. 100,000 hap-plne- a. Jtofiiriiisliea and IteJItted I rett-CIn.- . To-nig- WooL lt SALE PERSONALTY Commercial Travelers Han-for- THE BEST LINIMENTS JACK JOHM nie-i- lr wool-trad- e Abdallah Messenger! itj 1,1 ISS-i- d ' PHIL SHERIDAN! t 1 itt , ofli-ci- btan-for- d, C e b-- Thursday, April weU-trc- lf . Coul,2-2t,nrsii- 1883, btir-ma- TWO JACKS. high-tone- d er U carefully-selecte- 1U-K- A Texas Farm For Sale! 131-l- d tt.li llatuble-toola- n, Will-lam- s CH.Am.FO! THE ntr 1 AT r man-ner,a- r ......J... .., tH ru d (rt H'i-J- tj I2V-- sh St wu-Mtt- Inlcnorottrnal 3CTT. rnnxen cosricrs i.r xrir cakkvo .V.I. Under the Convict Codo all sentences for icrms exceeding five years virtually A fel nmonut (o lifelong expatriation. low transported for ten years serves out his term and then enters upon tlio donblsgc, a probationary term. After tho these twenty years of convict remains under surveillance, and is interdicted from parsing lcyond tho wflhout Jurisdiction, governmental grace ; and with it he Is1 sllowedsto" go only to foreign countries. Ho Is' forever an outcast from La Belle Franco. d During tho first years of tho first 6 the trnr.cport is held in chains, cither in singlo or double chains, according to tho degrco of crime, find in oxtrcnio cases convicts are chained in pairs. They nro confined upon tho Islo N'tt, end work in quarries in gangs of a score or less, under guard of two officers to each gang. Tlio letter class of convicts, alwut finishing tho first term, aro allowed to dwell in camps in tho neighborhood of tho post, and aro not allowed out of camp after dark. No attempt at cscupo into the interior can bo successful. Tlio fugitive is iuvariably overhauled in tho brush by tho nativo patrcl in pursuit. Whon an escape is captured, hoisliound hand and foot, tho ropo passed over n lolp, snd in this manner ho is brought in nud dunied upon tho floor of the guard-houTlio Islo Nu lies opposito Fort Noumea, which is located ou tho north side of a email bay on tho west In llio shoro of Dnras peninsula. and channel are moored the gunboats that inspiro with wholesomo dread somo 0,000 to 8,000 criminal. The guillotine has licen imiortod from tho mother couutry and iustalled upon rack and tho island. Tlio thumb-screw- , other devices nro resoited to iu pases of necessity. Tlio martial discipline of a French camp prevails. Tho convicts ou tho Islo Nu hue, despit'j tho twplonago of their keepers, a singular syttera of speech und actions. Their ornl communications with each other aro in a convict dialect known only to themselves, and, still mora surprising, money, which is prohibited among convicts, circulates surreptitiously. Betrayal on tho part is punished with bl a death at the hands of the convicts. Honey is ingeniously obtained and industriously circulated by them. Out ot beef bones aro deftly wrought ahirt-stad-s, match-safe- s and many other enrious little articles which neces sitate the uso of tools. As eveu tho possession of a penknife is prohibited, tho convicts aro obliged to depend upon visitors to the publio works for this commodity. Tho headsman, who is also a convict and lives apart from tho others, frequently borrows money from them and pledges as security his fee of 25 francs, to bocomo due for tho next head seyerod. The worst type of criminals aro to bo found on the island. Crime and diseaso are far from exceptional, while insanity and consumption, despair and suicido decimate tho convicts. do-enmen-of-wfellow-convisnuff-boxes, QTAlTOiaiD, Tajr Horalss, Apill 3, 1883 canxox aiding. n fruitier prism hlra to learn tnene'er youthful lorer llli conrtlng baa Uf gnu, That 'Hi not always fun. For Instance, Un ha'a planned And thinks lb rnleell do, 7 be Ctrl' distrustful parent Shorn hlra trlfger lira And r.rr.n .v.iki.vo is cittx.i. Taper Is very extensively manufcltired in tlio numerous littlo villages situated in the vslleja nmong tho hills, about eight miles to the southeast ot the city ot Kinghlon, China. It is mado from tho bark called T'nn-shp'i, tho trco bark, nnd wheat straw, paper-mulber- I't.VASASTJtlBS. CitAn-i-TAnt- people Doalen in LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. "MCOWOIV JKOVTXS." fur- CRl'RCH IIIRKTtWT. SOUTH. Itar. II. C Morrison. METHODIST, esery Sunday rooming and Prayer Meeting enry nlghteirept the thirl niture. Tiik rifleman mitkes his mark by laying down to his work. Is it a sign of a healthy state of afTaim when driigs aro a drug in tho market? Tils porters who handlo kegs of silver in the Treasury Dpattn:cnt are rolling ill wealth. What is the difference lictwccti tlio lihanil n bootblack? Thosnu shines for nothing, but tho bootblack Bltlnes for fl POIll:). Yob can't suit n man anyway. Ho will scoff nt tho microscopic Itonnct on tho street nnd growl at tlio aspiring ono iu tlio theater. It is said that an angle-worcannot dig moro than one inch per hour, but ho is always nu inch Iwroiid tho shovel when you wuiit " Ir I thought I was going to become gray I know I should tlio 1" exclaimed 31.RS Springle. When sho turned gray slit did dye, snro enough. MAltni.iOE resembles a villain) fair, whero every nun endeavors to trado off his lamo horio or his vicious cow for a handsome, sound and useful critter. "Isn't tliat a beautiful color?" sdd tlio as Ijo cut int' a largo o salmon. "Yes," said Flotsom, "I ha is blushing at tho extravagant price ho is gttting for himself." Not an egotist: "Pa," asked little Johnny, "what does the teacher mcau by saying that I mut havo inherited my m iUh-bait r, sup-pos- Any on wtahlng to bur lumbar for loalnj, fencing or any porpnae ran aate monaf hj galling It of til at our mill on the Number farm, about two tntlra from Crab Orchard, 131 Bluo-Grass Louisville, New Albany & Chicago THE Railway. ItUNNINO Mr.l.VIN A CO. which, after having been well washed Farm For Salol . OXf.r MKK ANI til siege, with rnnch momentum Ui stepe doth glide, And on the plcke t true doth Un.l, He fee!e much mortar-fle- lit down The maiden In the tneanLne Escapee Itito tb y aid, And ahrlela, with much emotion, " My pa ban ilruck Petard." t and boiled with a certain proportion of bine, is again washed, and then exioxrd to dry for n wholo yoar 011 tho liden of tho hfIN, in sots whero tho graM mid brushwood have Ken pretlftusly cleared away for this putpoAfter tho year's exposure, it Is washed 6nco more, nnd then xiindcd on a Mono with a largu wooden hammer ; it is supposed to require 1,400 blows front this hammer to reduce it to tho necessary consistency, after which it is removed to another building, and left to soak until it laconics quite n pulp, in a largo earthen vessel, containing n liquid glue, mado from tailing tho branch of a trco called tho Yangkowrl'-eng- , a species of hooked vino. This pulp is then p'lt into a cistern of water, nnd welt stirred up bamboo with a stout stick; a fluoly-niadframe, or sort of oblong sieve, is taken by two men, one at cither end, and liquid, twice dipped into this which is mado to run equally whole somo surface, tho over what after tho manner in which tlio photographer allowt tho developing solution to run ovor his plate. By this means a thin and tolerably evcn'layer is left, which soon partially dries and forms tho sheet of paper, and which is removed by simply reversing the frame. As soon as a sufficient number of sheets has been made, they are taken to the drying-room- . This room contains a largo brick oven, coated ou tho outside with lime, and built up within a few feet of tho roof. Upon the top of this oven tho paer is placed ill parcels ot tibout a foot in thickness, until )torfoctly dry, after which sheet by sheet is dumped once more, nnd while still moist is, by means of a soft brnsh, made to ndhero to tho sidcsTof tho oven for n short timo, to undergo its final process of drying. It is then taken away to tlio packing-roonnd mado up into bales weighing from eighty to 120 catties each, tho catty being equivalent to one nnd a halt pounds avoirdupois. Tho largest-size- d paper is about onochang (cloven and feet) long, and is worth $1 a sheet This particular sizo of paper is but mado entirely from tho tho smaller sizes are composed of a bark, mixture of tho y tree or tho bark of tho and wheat straw. This paper is known by tho namo of Suanchih, and is considered a good quality of paper in Chinese markets. o three-fourtT'an-shu-p'- i, nbore-mentionpnpcr-niulberr- ofexttllanlbliie-irat- IniproTtmciila tnt-cUIncluding nrat lenant houie. In gram, 1100 attci, and butane tillable. Timber abundant, thnrrh snd achnnl-boio- n HrarniNoiica. raccets IrotnIn the It attlle iMilifllle near t.r. and the neighborhood unexcelled. the eeenlng la It It notntlen tbatauchadnlrablefirm laloreale. In time andtalethruiigh to train of Iho "Monfin K Itoute ' Till fernrt AUJrrtt tn at ritiiitonl, Ky , or call on me at tba farm. (lrt'pncntli't CrnwI'onlHtlllr, l.nrujtlto 133.jr-or- tt HUM. NAHAII i'OOK dance. A l'rethtnillla-iltamllftha new Stanford medical water In New orchard, rrnh and I Oder tor aula, rrlrattlr. tnr fans, of 179 Arree a land, with large bfk-- and framamldtnferomMnrd.of tan rneme, within, abun- riilliiiHii LOUISVILLE l'aluvc 60I.1t) TltAINi Cms Thuralay night. Sunday School attOO A. at. tier II. Ci Morrison, Superintendent. TrTitfr-Itt- T J M. Ilaoca, raator. Hertlce onBecond and Fourth Sundays, morning and Meeting arery WedneeiHy after. atght, Prayer noon, Sunday School at ..V 1. h. It. K. Barrow Superintendent WorshTp by the congretalloa ee ll'lUHTIAN. ! ery lord's day Preaching by Dr J. W. Cox Fourth Lord's days. Sunday School on Second and at t IS. Joa. Sereranre, Superintendent. C TO CHICAGO! roy, paitor. Sunday School at 1 10 John W. luiut, HiiiwilntendenL Union Prayer Meeting 00 Wednesday nights. nn.iHYTKttlAt(. SOUTH -- Her. I. S.Mct.1-- A OPERA HOUSE!. HTANFOIII). MOODY'S) 5K"VfJ2; OiltJnit.aMffcrr nruM worn nnd C'lilrngo -- ultliout rliniiRr. TAI1LF. KY TMB . W. 1. WALTON, - Proprietor. The yonng man thlnke It oeer, And, thongh b1I not declare It, Conclude, since ha can't bullet. That he will hare to bear It DIlAraa, snd tit tbt FINISHLNO -- DRESSMAKING!- f JiS lelPf ItIhJt or rhOdi alto, STATIONS. Lee. Dally. ? 11 p Ml A Dilly- - 1 1V1 ml I l'AUTa 1 ot Arr. " Iouliellk... (Ireencaatle. Chicago .... ..., 1 Lafayette CrawfonliTllle Position Guarantosd !Mneut if Desired. IMia a iu T Q 41 (0 AM Pill ami 3 01 pro 4 II p in V Site of Stage, IOjM L'Uht cnmMele aeU ol Sa-er- y Seating rspaclty, Including nailery, 00. lleasonable ralea to good attractions. Addreaa aa aborts in) pm It Oil' A WIDOW MOUltSKD. TAeMsciMo! LADIES ot theeltjl BOAltOF.l) HIFJJ AdJreaK D.W.H003Y&C0. 31 Wait Ninth 6C CINCINNATI. 0U 10. 6!.r tiWrrrtt Ten and wealthy young widow, ajnl hud just lost herLras-bnnt- l. Fnll of grief over tlio loss of her bcloyeil one, sho sought a dealer in monuments, a friend of tlio dear departed. Seoing tho sympathetic! face of her husband's friend, tho tears burst afresh from her eyes as sho greeted him. " You liaro heard it then j Georgeji-gone- ." Yes, he had heard it. "And now," said she, "Iwant to got a monument, tlio Quest and most im posing monument that you can make, I dou't care for the expense. You havo . them costing as much as $10,006,' tliyJu not?" she ventured. Oh, yes, he could build a splendid monument for that He would proparo nlesigu and subuiit it to her. " You will havo 6bn,will youuot?" alio pleaded. "This eveI 4 t- ning?" ho replied, "No, not this .but he would hurry it up 03 fast us pos-sibleandbriugit to her residence And so it was settled, and sho went away very grnteful for tho ready sympathy and anxiously expectant for tho design. And then tho monument man got out an old design and had it transferred to a clean piece of paper, and iu fifteen minutes was ready for tho widow, but of courpo it wouldn't do to bIiow up far a week or so. The long days dragged out their weary length finally, and tho marblo man, assuming an appropriately funereal countenance, sought out tho widow and submitted his work. He found-hesomewhat moro reconciled to her loss and a little inclined to be critical, but ou tho whole she was pleased with the design. have been talk"But," sho said, ing over the matter with my sister, and sho thinks 5,000 ought to buy a very nice monument Couldn't yon make ono like that for $5,000?" "No," responded he, "hut I can .bnild'quito a handsome monument for $57000. Shall I make a design of 'one for that figure ?" "Yes, I wish you would, please, and I will come to your ollico and examine it in a week or two." " I can mako somo alterations in thoso plans and have it ready very soon," he urged. "Indeed, I could bring it around just as well as not." "" Oh, no ; I won't trouble you to do so. There is no particular hurry about' it, and I will call upon you; it's my turn, you know," and she smiled graciously upon him as sho bowed him out Well, what was a poor monument man to do? 'He could only wait, and lie did wait, busying himself meanwhile, in getting up elaborate and really beautiful designs. Ono day ho met the lady on the street, dressed in tho merest apology for Ho bowed obsequiously and informed her that tho design was finished, and ho thought would not fail to bo pcrfoctly satisfactory. ' ' Oh," she said, ' I have been so busy, don't you know, with ono thing and another, that I had forgotten all about it. Let me see, how much was that, to Ilie Afitrf, hut Older. Hlto xtn n linndsomo Dolhtn' Itartl. n'mArnrft ne Hh fir .. hid temper?" "Bho meant Johnny, that yoit aro jour mother's own boy." A tmio.NU superlative : " Yes, sir," ' ady said tho Kentitcklau; "I never was in a moro tantalizing position in my life. There were thmi of in, with a pack of crds in'tlio room, and not a deuced cent in tho crowd." Bix medical Now York experts examLess Tlneon Iran Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. IfanciQ PSIti Tm Hours m rhange nf rare rdll&d5 Oil fols ,i ined n man as to his sanity, and wero man ny oiner linea. Tba only line tunning evenly divided. After thay had wrangled TbeO. A- - M. la the only line with I Dally Trains from Cincinnati to M. Loiils, maklne about it for a week it was discovered PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS Cnnnertions In the t'oloo lVot (si Ml. Loul dlrert )llh AtlisiHirl Pad He iunay, Si, Louis, Iron Mounthat th.oy had examined tho wrong pertain A rtoutbern lUlleay, Chlrsutua Alton lull Which poilllt ely and permanently curra liillio-trur- u, icausnl by ixieeweelany kind,) Arinf. thai follow a M rnkneas, and all dlsea-e- a sequence of Self Abuse, as Inas of energy, teasel memory, uDlrersst lassitude, pain In the bad, age, and many dlmneea of tlslon Ity the peculiarly worded aJrertlsemenlanf rleal olherdlseaiea Ihsl premstureold re lead to consumption end a ls IUtIdi concluded to remote to Texaa, I idler for routea, which are liable to dcrelte the public. rraie aarcend fir elrrulars with The chortest and (julcVett Itoute) fiem Cincinfree by laalb The l. VlliOHATtilt ealemr Weat la the Is aold at tl per bot,nrslx taira lor IS, by all ItC?il!cilCO V IlllHiHCHM IIOtINC, nati drugtlsts,or willbei sent free-- by mall, securely sealed, on receipt if price, by addreeslng Coin blnrd In one, iltualed In lb town of Crab & MISSISSIPPI R. W. K. J. 'IIKNr.Y Ky., on Lancaater atreet. Tba bulkllnc la 113 Adirus street, Toledo,Oho. tvoandone-balfatorleahlffeet and con-taiMl) (tola agent lor the United Slates. Ul-lla 20x40, In all tight noma. The etore-roo- ni with rountcra end ibeltlcf nlcelyand nropcrlr ar-ranged, with all the outbulldinge nereeaarjr to 10 Ilourfl and the Kite 01 the nioet faitldloni, and ReprcientitlTe Newipapcr of the South, an abundance of pure water drlnklog and ! boneehold puipoece,beautlful abade and fruit tree THE WEEKL- Y- adorning and beautifying the entire pitniliee, all In s good and healthy condition. Any one deelr-In- g Iloiits ahead of all other lines. a cheap yet valuable rraldenre, among a defer and proaparona people, would do well to call Pally Ttelns, with nochanceof rare Air any and eiamlne the piemlaea purchatlng rlataal passengers. Tcrrai reuonable. rf Iially Tralna U Unlssllle, with Free Farlor AN tinflAN OF M-- lf IJOHN V. NTH OI tare, Dally Trains to F.tanstitlr, 4 hours In ad- tance of all other rootee, with one leu change of ears. RY. Dally Trains to tlro, 7 bonrs qnleker than any other line, an.1 no change of cars. Dally Trains to New Orleans. No change of carel-roiCincinnati """test" As EMt or 12 Hours l'IrKr'" """ whlteleirnlDj. ' I Toe most direct route, with onlr one ihangeof rare, to all polnta In Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Ae For lurtber luforraallon, suldrees MUllitAY KKI.LKIl,(l. I' A.. I oulnllle, Ky IM- - ROBBED neif Thousands of green are annually robbed of their tlellras. Usee prolonged, iiepplnmaand health by use of the treat GERMAN INVIGORATOR! FOB SALE! Don't Be Led Astray! 01 lr Cincinnati to St. Louis - - iSnPEU 01 4 2 Courier - Journal FOEO-- S. Live Issues, Living Ideas Kentucky's Koutc East rri' 3VCO3 MONOPOLIES, OLIGARCHISM TIIK SPIRIT OP SUBStDVl Aa embodied la , r "I STUPID TBACIIlXa. Thcro is a vast amount of "humbug is tho system of tad it is not strange that many parent axe adopting the plan of having theii children instructed nt home, where they can carefully watch tho child's training and seo that what timo is devoted to instruction is turned to good account A disgusted father writes to a Philadelphia journal saying that the other day he beard Ids littlo girl sobbing over a rule which she was trying to commit to memory, in" tho following word, "Itule for short division, rulo dash ono writo tho divisor at tho left of the begin at tho left dividend, liand, comma, and writo the quotient period. Paragraph. 2. II beneath, there is a remainder after any division, comma, regard it as prefixed to tho next figure, comma, and divide as lieforo, period. If any partial dividend is les than tho divisor, prefix it to tho next figure, comma, and writo a cipher in the quotient, period. Paragraph proof period dash multiply tho quotient by the divjsor, comma, and add tlio remainder, comma, if any, comma, to tho product, t: semi-colo- " Five thousand dollars." ' " Oh, dear, I really cun't that much. cost?" period." After reading these painfully idiotic paragraphs tho amazed parent mode inquiry and found that tlio pupils children uuder 10 were required lp study rules in this way iu order that they might bo ablo to writo them out unJ "point" them, not correctly, but according to tho book. also found," ho odds, "that if a comma was left out, though the seme remained unchanged, tho pupil suffered as much In loss of marks as though she had committed n vital blunder. Thutiks to home instruction, my littlo girl understands the rules of arithmetic, but she cannot learu them by roto in this parrot fashipn, and suffers accordingly. Can wo have uothiug douo in this matter to relieve our children from utterly useless memorizing, that leaves them at the end of a fow years with weakened minds ami no taste for study? I got a letter tho other day from a man nho had graduate 1 from a university. Ho could neither writo uor bpell correctly (spelling goes 'goso'),aud yet at school a few years ngo, ho could glibly recite all tho rules of grammar, und was by no means an indifferent pupiL" nflord to pay f e ' Now, coulda't you' this very Iniwitchingly " kaIco a real nico monument for about 500 ? I know you can, and I will come around and 00 you about it real soon ; good-by.- " Then tho monument man went to his office and told his grief to a d lamb and a stone ongej. Some timo after this tho charming widow, with a malo frioad, whom sue called " Charloy,"drcipped in again. feel so "Do you know," shu said, oxhumed to think tliat I never come arot'ud to look at your pretty designs. Charley and I havo concluded that those, great, costly ornaments aro so foolish, after one's dead, you know. Wo think it's wicked, don't wo, Charley?" Charley allowed that it wan. " But," sho continued. " thoso little white boards, such as they put at the soldiers' graves, Charley and I think they aro very nioe. Bo Heat and unpretentious. Couldn't you moke ono of them for mo and put George's monogram on it? His initials make such a pretty monogram I" Then tho monument man's cup was full, and iio spilled it over ou them. Ho told hor that Charley could get an old shingle and tuck una of George a business cards ou it Then sho called him " a horrid beast,' and Charley ioko of whippiughim "foi half a ct'tit," mid they nulled off. three-legge- "I "I o .I . it m1 ji.tt w I1U0 Europe?" "It's tho ro- - f.ir uu thing 1" was '. tl Suturtlm Xlyht Co iv of a notice on the beach at Brighton : " it caso of ladies iu danger of drowning, they should bo seized by tlio clothing and not by the hair, which (iuuerully ceiue off." . m j 011 hick?" 'Yes, sjy," "And was your husbund " "Oh, ho was too good 1, Liu". I Juat u touu as he found w . stitk ho Nvunt and drank salt o iu. to l stU'siuk iu uulson with Mid Cut not hU second wifa, ' r u. LvKuipns Eugenia travel jeliuuo oi ten persons. with Connecting In aame depot with (kit tralne lor ple, A tew years ago tlio following resolution was passed by the Common Council of a Connecticut town: "Resolved, The Direct Borate toLynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, That hereafter the churches that havo bells that aro rung, be rung at the Borne hour for morning and aiternoon ser- All Virginia and North Carolina Points. ' vice." For ttcketa and lurtber Information, apply to "On, yes," says Fogg, "John and yoar neeveet ticket office, or addreae KKMiT, JAKIJi O. Matilda sit side by side on tho sofa, (lent Wratrrn Agent, Jilt: rOKKTOW.V MO.YUJtEXr. 810 W. Main St., LouleTllio. Ky thinking of nothing but their own sweet The model accepted for tho monument HH ITU, O. W. II. W. FUI.I.KK. tlen'l l'aaa'r Agt. Oali'l Manner, at York town shows a square base selves, nnd you say it is a splendid lUchmond, Virginia. (twenty-eigby twenty-eigh- t by match. Well, supposing it is, what twenty-sevebroken first by three steps, then? Thoy are gentle enough now, then left free for inscriptions, then broken but wait till that splendid match suffers again by gables, as if each side wero tho a little friction and you-- will see flro front of a honse. Tlio roofs of theso Thi babya got tba croii, gables lead by various inclined planes to a lint llxitlo'a on tba atiopi circular spaco on which stands a drum tibe la alUiPf in tba abadov of tba Tinea. ffigUJS VI LLC & NASHVIUT RRlffl twenty-fiv- o feet high and thirteen hj bcr aide a young man atanda, e Ita baa large and Around tlio in diameter. feet banda. THE CHEAT are thirteen female figures And cue arm around ber walat he gently twtnee. drum In tb gloaming atlll the alt, standing close, shoulder to shoulder, Mrrtle'ebang doeacojlfllt and representing (ho thirteen States. TV Ibe aboulder that eupporte bcr littlo bead ; rapa'a atandlng in tba ban, Tho drum then narrows above, accord1 ' Pretty eooo bet: loudly cell: ing to tho usual rules, until its diamo'cr "Scud that aackerbomr, and get youraeU to bed." is less than eight feet Ou this rises a H. M. BinstiBT, Cincinnati, Ohio. shaft sixty feet higher, having four bands' want an advertisement in your at even distances and culminating in a paper. 'Please quote your rich capital Ou tho capital stands a rates. I am a pump manufacturer, and small square pedestal, ond.ou thoiHides-ta- l would like you to take a pump in paya goddess ot Liberty, with. her right ment for advertising." You must be a Without Cbange and with Speed Unrivaled hand a littlo raised and her left on n crunk. What on earth would wo do shield. A round, raised spot on tho AND QUICKEST ROUTE SHORTEST with it pump? Wo aro not a dairy, or a NtOlt LOUrSYllUC TO TI1C shaft hastho word Yorktowp TJadcr temperance society. If wo wero the tho feet of tho thirteen States run tho crew of a ship, dut ot sigiitot land, with words: "One Cortutry, one Constituten feet ot water in her hold, your offer tion, ono Destiny." The four plaiu PULLMAN CARS Without cbtDatt t UemDhlf. would be appreciated and we would givo tho pedestal 'proper uro to faces left on LiltlUok, Mooiromtrv. AtUnta. feT&naib. you a whole column at your own figures JackioDTlllt. 31 0 bile, and Kw Orltt&i. have inscriptions. "Ono gives the treaty and order a pump at once. As tho matwith France, ano'her tho peace with ROUTE TO'FLORJDA ter now stands wo aro not taking pumps, In Palace Cere Without Change. n third an account of the sicgn, would bo pleased to negotiate with nnd a fourth a,dedicatiou oMht, uiouu- - but SHORTLINETO THE EAST von on a postofllco order ur bank draft Froaa Loulullla In Palace Can without change. basis. Texn fHftinna. StcklnK UK irBJVT. CMIPDALTC line of homcaonthe LiTllunAri I O tltli road will ' lou tij receive apcclal low ratca. President Garfield's cousin, Mr. Harry against must imvo been leamug afthe banisters, Angoy, dear," Seo Agentiol thla Company for ralea, routea pleasant littlo story Bovnton. relates a A. Ac. or write C. P. AT" OH E, G. P. fectionately remarked the fair girl's 0) Loulavllla.Kr. of tho former's school lifo : There was u grandmother as she brought her specspelling match in tho little log school tacles to a correct focus and took anhouse, in which James, who was 13 other look at tho stains iu tho waist of years old, took part Tho teacher told Angey's dress. "Them ain't no banisany whisixjred sho that if lirr ter stains," roturnod tho truthful maid would send themliomo." The lad stand en. " (Jliorloy was feeding mo caramels ing next to James Dccamo contuseu, last night, and I guess them's tho prints FOB THB MILLION. and to help him James told him how to of his fingers." word. Tho teacher saw him, spell his MAMUFACTUKEO BY W. K. OAMN, M. V., and said: "James, you know tho rule. Yovno mistress (in utter despair): MONTICELLO. KY. You must co homo." James picked up " Why, Bridget, what havo you done? world la SI led with tho wonderful, beautifow seconds The his cap ami loft. In a Company expected any ininuta, und tho' ful and Intricate Intentions ol man, yet all tba world baler-e- r genlui ho returned, and took bis place In the cako burned to urisnl a It's of no uso combined talent and producedthat tbo anylblog that can known baa naier class. "Why, how is this, James? I coinbera wath 'I)r. Uann'a Iteuiediea.11 Medical now, Throw it into tho kill and aclence bare, u yet, tailed to dlacorer told you tq go homo," paid Ids teacher. any thing eoual to them, tor the cure of the tuq utmost composure), Urtdgct which they aro recommended. Aa their and I went home,' said "Sliuro. (with "I know it, ma'am, I wuldn't fret myself virtue and uaca (re pralaed by tbouaanda throughJames, out tho longtb and breadth ot tba land, aodaa nlxjut the loikt-- g' that, if I wuz you. Hlindard Kauillr Mediclnea, they cannot be exAN OLD UTOltV. celled, and are fully eubetantlated by the list givo it to the donation party." Every story comes from another itory. For Cougbi, Colda, Croup, llronebltla, Coniump-tlo- n and all Vleeateaa ol tba Throat and Lunga, A A1aiiyla.si man who wanted to do That of tho logged and thfrbtytrifmp, went up to a bartender and Mild, eoniolhiug iu memory of his wifo has Vho Dr. Ghiiii'h Cough Syrup. who "Bay, Mister, give, ma a driuk and have eroctod a church spire und put four big for Liter Con)pllnt,Dyeprpila, Indlgeitlon. Jaunin that locality dice. Conatlpatlon, bour btouuch and all Bllloua somo fun with mo," is based on ustKtch bells in it, Tho iyoilo Ulaeawi, of Oallidomns in Macaulay's "Athenian will keep that woman's memory green Umo Dr. Vhiiii'm Cure. 4 Kovcls." Ho says to his sou Biieiislp-pu- for years to cotne. For Itbauuatliui, Neuralgia, Bpralna, BrLlauand "What I I suppose you will wanSwellings an external application tor mail or takes 100,000 elephants yearly tc der from louse to' houso, like that Waal tho world. When Fhlllippus, and beg supply tho ivory for ITho Ur. CIruh'm Iituiuiciit. wretched buffoon, elephants are gono tho cows will havo everybody who has it supper party to be the rul'llea, Ucuorrbolda, llurm, FlaluU and all to lock up their' horns to keep 'em. I u liar diet ate, bo kind as to food you and laugh utyou." Thus the stoiy goes back to Plalo's time, flecco Vho Dr. OMiiH'HriluOliiiiHCUt. Ciucaoo gauibluta uiiuually for Plato I tho chaiacttr mentioned la For Freab Cuts, Ilurna, Ulcere and Old Sorta, lir dupes of gfl.OOp.OOO. Xciiophon's "8yiiiKtuui." Thousand are belag cured of Catarrh Hue Dr. Ghhu'n UUtcr-SwcOlutucut. every year with Hall's Catarrh Curs, that A TollusTOSK in the cemetery at 1'latU-burN. Y., over tho gravo of Catherine the doctors had given up snd said could VHoDr.flHHH'HNIetHHt'k HKicra and Charles Straight, aged rcsiwutivu'.y not be cured. 76 cents a bottle. Sold by A Reliable Tonle. Annetlier and Blood Furlfler. Penny A McAllittr, Stanford, Ky. Inilgeatloo, Lleer and (lao cures Dineepala, S months und 8 days and 4 month t and uuupjaioi, uaianai reetra ana an imnouuai ; 4. days, has tho following Dleeaere. Manufactured and Air tale by F. J. Cheney & Co., proprietors Hall's Catarrh Cure, offer 9100 reward for any IU U.Ud uf dtVa Utltr cup, 3D., IC. esse ot Catarrh that can't be cured with luruwd to drUik tba urtlmt up, Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sold by Penny & Bole proprietor, Montlcallo, Ky. aXATAIl orJen Ibrjr turned tnolr lilt btada ailJaj U-by mall will rectlT pioupt attention. McAliiler, BUnford, Ky. Dlitfuat, vltb Uu tut Uiejr dl.0. ht bam-lik- road, Chicago, llurllngtea A Uulucy ilallroad) Keson altogether. lutlroad, Wabash, nt, Louis A okuk A lUllroad; Jdiswurt. Kamaa A Teisi iUli Said Edith to her doll: "There, way, St Louis A San Francisco Itallwty. don't answer me bock. You mustn't bo LeiiiHTllIc, C'lnciu nail ami 1 ! Impren This Upon Yoar Memory. saucy, no mattor how hateful I am. liiRtoH, liyv, Yon must remember I am your mothThe . Jb Jf. Is the only line by which you can get through care from Cincinnati to SI. Louis er I" Wo know several homes whero wttboulpajtng "WASHINGTON CITY. pall tut tlck.t. extra lire In addlilen te money Edith might havo imbibed that princicm a sofjcrTTEArN That Thioviug Tariff THE WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L Has no superior as a great Is illy and political piper In the newspipir world Ita clrculstloi Is Furilckrls, ralee.er anr InbuaiallOO, call Ticket Acentaolconnrctlog line. f I'leaa. call at 1M Walnut st,4 I- NWest Fourth St., tlrand Pin!nn?ilJ (or Ipot fool of Mill street.Hotel, binCinndll W. It. allATTlT, W W. PEAltODY, Uen'lPa awdger Agt tlen'l Superintendent, Cincinnati. JIASV TIMtS I.AtWllIt Than any pdllial newspaper la the South, and Is excelled by but few In Ibe Uolted males, ll coo-tsleach week the most complete summary of the newanf ibe world, axl IU' edluilal columns are always (llenrf Wailerwo. MiUr-ln-Chleable, atreng and bright. Aiueng the ESPECIAL FKATUItKit Are TelegrsrhleSpee lata from all the polnta In Ihe I nl'ed Slates and Kunpe Serial and short Stnrliw, Talniige'a Nermooa the day alter delltery In Itrouklyn Tntrneele, Market lterts, rash-Ia- n letters. Turf and Stock lupura. Answer to Cormioodcote' Defsrtmenl. Poetry and ttepert wen I (or Children No Home In Ihe Country should be without It Dally, til a year, Sunday It a year) Weekly, slnaly copy one T sr, II SO Flee copies, one yesr, rn sent as the I ft) Atlef a clubut tee lias club rslser csn. throughout Ihe year, sdd single suUwrlptlon at our lowest club rste It It fur yearly subscriptions. Yearly sulwrrlptlons only can be recened at tbl-rsOur terms lor li- -s eljjht inonths, 71 cents Iban ayiar are II ! for six mootbs. SO cents lor Ibrrerneniho A simple copy of Weekle CMrirrAmrwal Is sent free ol charge tor examination on application allowed csntassers, and Liberal rash comiule-ln- o outfit sent Ibini free of charge. Address KENTUCKY CENTRAL B. B. nr raa --THE MUST DK31KABLU U0UTE T- O- And derldedly the Popular Route, sirurJlor, aa It doea, less changea and superior accommodations to CINCINNATI! Minouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai. HIUSCUIVTIOX TIUtyiKI The North. Nerthweat and WeaL. In fact, If you ctmMuplatea trip In any dlrettlon, your Intereat will be LeslaerTid by purchasing your tickets ila K C. and Cincinnati. ITralae each way 2; Full man Palace I ail; Megent New liar Uoerhea, and vi. y iitLiirnAN. h.ndsomily furnished llrclmiog Chair Care torru Loulsfllle, Ky. President the unciusled ojolinients of this Old Kellsble, a trip otcr thla Una one ol luau-rlotberaby making curofort and pleasure. Try II. Domocratio anil for a Tariif for Reren-- o oalj, TIME TABLE. IN EFFKOf DEC. II. HSU . Through Trunk Line Sovtu. Lto. Coelnglon. " Falmouth... . No. "l !0 p ra I 1 00 p w 4 10 p oilllUpm . 8O m 8 t'J p inllObapn Cyntblana. . It W a ta 6 it p " Parla Arr Lexington.. II 15 p n C M ii in IIZOmu 7 10 p ta.llUpui Lea. liexlngton 11 Arr. Winchester. I it p IB S 10 p m II 10.111 am ' Mt. Sterling 3 01 p in OO p in twin 0in a I0 7J1 par No. 1. i 1 No. 4. I No.. I uluopn HALL'S Ratarrh 13 KECOMMEW-r- III pu " lated .. Aahland Huntington.. IBpa No. 1. 8 10 a 7 IS a Noatu. Ltd. Huntington . 4Mani No, 0. Ruj H. nlo SOUTH & WEST BESf IS in 11 ita m Arr. Corlagton. MAYdVILLK DIVISION No. Lr. Islington A pin. Arr. Maya elite f lopra No, 10 Mayarllleeooau. " Islington 9 ISaio " Mayarllle H item No.ll " Parla 670 am. No. II " Maarllle II 41pm " LeilnijWn IJpnj No. C u - Aahland-- .. u MU Starling- -" lIMais Wlncheeter.. II II P u Arr. Iilogion.,- -. I II n Z to p u Lto. Lezlnglon. .. S 00 p U " Paris. " Cynlblana.u 3 M p n " ralmouth.. . 4 ii p tu p 0 IMlia S 10 a u 7 1 boa 8 lliu It a to 111 1 10 19 llliu a in nno Cntnrrh of tho Nnaal of tho Car, Cyo or Ulcarntlral Cntarrh INTERNALLY, and Throat. It la taken Stood nrte OIRCOTLY upon thoSystem. nnd It 4 Yi a in Mucoue Burfaoea of tho I tho hoet Blood Purifier In tho SZSpru WOnLO, nnd Is worth ALL that la Ctlpm charted tor It, for THAT nlono. Caelty-Chro- OUA3--r t) -- Y ISpm 3 U pw 'X'-I- IQ ONLY INTERNAL CURB FOiVCATARRH it. Afflicted, Attention DR.GANN'SltEMEDIES! runs dally and baa day roachia from Cincinnati to Washington, Pullman Meeperato Kaoa. wba Kails, W Ya, and Kecllotcg Chair Car to Ui-IngiSlope only at etatloue on K C. IU H. where time Is then. No. 1 runs dally, except Sundiy: bu through coechesto Hun I niton. No. 4 runs liallr. except Sunday) baa through coat be s to Mt. Sterling and parlor car to Marseille. No. 3 rum dally, baa elegant day coach from Washing-to- n, Pullman Sleeper from Kanawha Fella aud parlor cars from Lrxlng'on to Clnclunsll, Only three stoiie. Noe. I and 3 lun dally, except Uuu day, and hare through roacbea from Huntington and Mt. Sterling. Direct connection at Islington with atageaforltlcbuiond,ICy., Lawnnceburg.Ky., and VrrsaUlea.Ky. C. UIinOWN, tl. W. IlENDEIt, Oen'l Pass. A Tkt. Agt. SurlntendenL, Ucneral orScea. Covington, Ky, I Oneo of Cnfsrrh It vlll not Cueo. WILL, CLKK ANV CASE. OflKa of A, T. Utxwaut Cu.'l IbtaX. Cntcioo, IU, Juno I J, Chltuiit Cu, IWedo, t). Ittilrt. UenKcmen. I tako iiloaaure In InfonninT you tUt 1 bate tiers Hall's Catarrh Cure. It lias cuml im- - -- I wtm rery Lad ami dont lieellaia to taken aiy 'hat It will cure anyenaeuf C'nt-rr- hlf Yours trulr, properly. y, si. it fc, tVODTII 810 A IIOTTLK. O Ht.KAI,.UlWbU .u f.i.A rH IL, .III fll. II... Si.,1 .MM. C. ."auurh for a) rrara. Ilill'a Catarrh Cure cured .I trtris tub MAituirrLl And wo offer One Hundred Doltnra tor any r - ., oj. iiuutirritworineiu,uuaixtiie. ' t P" tiottle. by all Dnijnrjata & CO. Maiiuractiirod ao.laol.tbr r J Y TOLEDO, OHIO. S'o dd ClU-tUlTV-lol- .. Tor uU la SUnfjnJ by lVony A, McAllittr, THE- - tj INTERIOR JOURNAL .'' s sxsxsxsHsTi'lt'twff BB9gCuiBAw7Ainfc-'" i V niH tUHfsaBR IsxaaWr"' I'aaW K9 s, Iilrer It ya9t'lswf'sBBiflHar aXeWmxvO,I'fl ct aiaH'4HasM!&lsR WxaxaBjMJW'" ?f - W. 2j. JOB PRINTING OFFICE Printing Is Prepared to do all kinds of in tho Best of Style and at City Figures. Try us, STE3AM- -