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STANFORD, KY., JFJUDAY, APRIL Some More Prest Notice of Barnes' Letters. 6, 1883. 13G. it W. T. . Editor and Proprietor P. WALTON, R. WALTON, Butineu Manager I'ltbllaliril Ttirnttiv itiitf Yifnie, lJ3It ANNUJI. don't send stamps In ti.tm.nl of sub-and llien nf Je- n.milnsllnns not over Ihre cents. erph-aa- e f ffjpllno,Hfrrttimichnt, Tsapr? How to Spend Sundar Afternoon. Jt may lo safely said that n person whoso Itraiii is wcnrlcd with intellect-un- l work during tho week, or whoso ner.vous system is exposed to tho strain orbmWss or profcsjionnl lifo, ought to sleep, within mi hour or two niter his BundayVi dinner, if ho can. It is aurprising'how much like a seven day clock tho brnin will work, if the lmb it of a "Sunday imp" lo nnco formed. Naturo will take advantngo of it as regularly nnd gratefully ns sho daca of tbo nightly sleep, and do her lcst to mako up lost time. People, on the other hnnd, whoso week of toil is chiefly physical, may well givo their mind activity, whilo their body is mating. Two sermons nod tlirco or four hours of solid reading nro a real rost to Bonio on Sunday, whilo to others such a courso omounta to positive Sabluth breaking. Sunday is n day of rest not a day of work, religious or otherwise; it is a day for repose not for exhaustion. Hut what tho dogiaatists on on otto sido and tho il liberal liberals on tho other nro apt to overlook is tho fact that all men do not rest alike any more than they alike, and what will help to save ouomay'aid In killing another. After In-b- tho Sunday dinner, then, one sluuld seek rest, innocent recreations, help ful happincM, sleep or read, or go ami help instruct anil interest a minion school, or visit tho sick and suffering, according to your needs and your Wo Americans haven t yet gifts. fully learned tho art of domestic en joy men t, any mora than tho law of servico to others. Mora men ought to relievo their wives of tho solo caro of young children on Sundays, by taking them out to walk or ride, and invitiug tho mother to go as company or leaving her at homo to enjoy a much needed season of quiet. In suitable weather a portion of tho day may bo proGtably spent out of doors. There is nothing in tho example or teaching of Christ nothing in the naturo of His religion, of God 'a requirements, or of man's needs which declares that tho Sabbath can ouly bo kept holy in doors. Il Is to bo honored and hallowed, but its highest obscrvanco is a ministration to mau'a highest needs. Wo hopo and beliovo that tho day will never como when Sunday will bo secularized or turned into a gay holiday in America, as it is in Europe; but tho progress made toward a rational Christian enjoyment of tho day, withiu the past HO years, shows that tho superiority of man to tho institution, as proclaimed by tho Savior, is coming to bo apprehended. Lumiieu Camp "Fun." Ono of tho favorito games is "put your head in tho hat." They draw lots, and tho unfortunato victim hides his fsco by drawing a hat over it. Somebody gives him h whack with tho palm of his hnqd, and ho is required to guess who tho man was. If ho guesses right ho is relieved by the man who gftvo tho blow, but a wrong guess in another blow. As sumo of tho men havo a baud liko a sledge hammer tho unfortunato sometimes gots black anil blue beforo ho guesses correctly. Tho fun is enjoyed intensely by tho whackers, although the ono who gots whacked may not appreciate tho joko bo hugoly. I havo seen thorn keep up this gamo lor two solid Milwaukee Sentinel. hours. , Clouldt at Sea. Ono bright Sunday when tho surwho acem. to havo norno confidence in face of tho sea was liko glnts, n long tho Timet, (o nsk whether sho can chain of cloud mountains lay to the safely marry n mnn whom sho now south of us nil day, whilo the rest of dislikes to km. Kho explains that tho sky was clear. How they glowed tho is engaged to him and ho rnthcr in tho strong sunlight, their summits seems to liko the kissing himself. IIo shining liko a bouquot of full moons, is no persistent and industrious in this and making a broad, whito or golden part of his lovo making that she has path upon tho water. Thoy camo out lost her patience and seeks advico. of tho southwest, an cndlcti procession The circumstances nro ouito pecu of them and tapered away In tho cast. liar. It is very diflicult to undertake They wero tho piled, convulsed, imlo to advico a young woman who doesn't lent clouds of thunderliko kissing, been u so without any clouds that had retired from businesi; kind of doubt thero is something tho captains of the storms in cajy unwrong nlxmt her. Sho ought to como dress. All day they filed along there, out whero tho other girls can look at keeping tho ship company. How tho her as a curiosity. Thoy would regard eyes reveled in their firm, yet her as very fuuny and wonder whero forms! Their under or bate sho got her tosto. Truly and honest lino was as straight nnd continuous ly this is nrobaulv tho first case of a as tho rim of tho ocean. The subgirl who didn't want to bo kissotf ever stratum of air upon which they rested miulo public. was like n uniform layer of granito It is a caso as Bad as it is unnatural. rock, invisible, but nil resisting; not Tho young woman had better mako on ono particlo of theso vast mountains, effort to enlarge her education so ni to broken and irregular in their suminclude at least the simpler branches mits, sank below tho granito Sho need not go to tho boundary. Tho equilibrium of tbo ol kissing. of tho moro complicated air is frequently such that tho under oxpenso methods if sho doesn't feel liko it. surface of tho clouds is liko a ceiling. Hut if sho docs not lenrn somo of tho It is a fair weather sign, whether uprudiments ho will novcr know how on tho tea or upon tho land. Ono sweet it is to swing on tho front gate may frequently aco it in n mountainsot-tl- o or loso her lips in the depths of n per- ous district, when the fumed mustache in tho mellow vesti down nnd blot out all tho tops of bule. They say that tho moro tho tho mountains without ono fleck of girls know about kissing tho better vapor going below n givou lino which they liko it. runs above every valley, as uniform as If this young woman docs not like tho tea level. It is probabla that in kissiug sho had bettor let the young fair weather thcatmospberoalways lies man know it beforo they aro married. iu regular strata iu this way, and that Sho certainly has no right to marry it is thodcplacemeut and mixing np him under tho circumstances. She of theso by somo unknown cnuso that would make him unhappy. Perhaps produces storms. John Burrows. she wouldn't liko to havo any body A Curious PiucitiiTio.v. A kiss her, hut sho should dismiss her young physician who had long wor prcicut lover, nad then if sho liked shiped at a distance, was ono day calltho could go around kissing her ac ed to attend his love. IIo found hersut- quaintances until sho found somo ono fering from no particularly dangerous whom sho liked to kits. That ono malady, but sho wanted him to proPhiladelho might safely marry. ccribo for her, nevertheless; so ho took phia Times. her hnnd and said impressively: It has occurred to a young woman, Re. Ceo. O, Intkrior Jourt- is an excellent nowtpaper, always bold nnd fearless, and always edited with good sense, unTho semi-weekl- y HIAI5GKH NAI., of Stanford, mid-sum- ever-chaug- ing ds usual ability and earnest patriotism. now the paper is rendered doubly interesting by Rev. GcorgoO. Barnes' letters from England. Mt. Sterling Democrat. Tho Stanford Journal contains weekly letters from Rov. Geo. O. Barnes during his absenco across tho ocean, Tho first installment appeared last week. This will bo an interesting fcaturo of that excellent paper, and if tho admirers of Mr. Barnes in this section wish to keep up with him in his travols thoy can do so at a very small cost by subscribing for it. Blue Grass Clipper. Rev. Goo. O. Barnes continues to correspond fcr tho Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky. His letters from tho foreign land are very interesting, being full and complete, giving tho details of his workings nnd doings. If any of his many, many friends hero want to keep ou his track they can do so by subscribing for that most excellent Kentucky journal. Wo will forward tho names of thoso who wish to subscribe for his letters. Bowling Grcoa Gnzetto. Just Had llrtafh. Tain In the Side, sometime! the pain It ftlt under the Shoulder-blade- , mliuVen for Khcumatiim t genera! lots of appetite , Powell generally entire, sometimes alternating with lat the head U troubled with pain, il dull and heavy. with considerable loat of memory, accompanied with a painful sensation of leaving undone something which ought to have been done, a slight, dry cough and flushed face Is sometimes an attendant, often miitaken for consumption, the patient complains of wearlncs and debility, nervous, easily startled, feet cold cr burning, sometimes a prickly sensation of the sUn ealsts, spirits are low and despondent, and, although satisfied that exercise would be beneficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to try It In fact, distrusts every remedy. Several of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases have occurred when but few of then existed, yet .lamination after death has shown the Liter t havt been extensively deranged. rlxnn, Jaundice, Imparity nf Ilia Wood, I'everanJ Ague, Mauri. ml nil lllieaaea caused liy De rangement of 1.1 vcr, Itowel and Kidneys, SYMPTOM'S Or A DISEASED MTHH, WALL PAPER ! TRIMMED AND HEADY TO PUT ON, M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S Druggists and Iiookscllcys, Opora Honso Block, Stanford, Ky. It alinultl bo used by all persons, old and young, whenever any of the above symptorae appear. remons Traveling or I.lvln(t In Unhealthy Localities, by taking a doM occasion, ally to keep the IJver in healthy action, will avoid all .Malaria, Illllnua attacks. Dimness, Nausea. Drowsiness. Depression of Spirits, etc. It will Invigorate like a glass of wine, lmt la no Intoxicating; beverage. If Tnu hare rnlen anything hard ot digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep less at night, take a dose and you atn-ay- a H. C. RUPLEY, MICKCHANT VAIX.OR, will be relieved. scmi-wcckl- y Time nnd Doctors' Hills Trill be saved by beeping the Itegnlator In the House I For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly safe purgative, alterative and tonlo can never be out of place. The remedy Is harmless and doea not Interfere nltli business or pleasure. IT IS TUUIXT VEfinTAni.E. And has alt the power and efficacy cf Calomel or Quinine, without any of Uie injurious after effects. A floTernor Simmons liver Regulator has been In use In my family fur some time, and 1 sm. satisfied It Is a valuable addition to the medical science, J Gtu. Shorter, Governor ofAla. Hon. Alexander 11. Stephens, of Ga.. says- - Have derived some benefit from the u of Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a further trial. Stanford, fl-.w'wmvffl - Kentucky, TXE $M PHARMACISTS" JeRJ. a w DI1LKRJ IN aTaavl l " WMl Testimony. Potitions being circulated praying for tho Governor to pardon David Ferguson, sentenced at Louisville to five years' imprisonment for City Hall frauds, aro receiving a large number of signers. Thero is no doubt about tho guilt of Ferguson. Ho deliberately and systematically robbed tho city. If thero was a mitigating feature of the case it has not been inado public. Tho Louisvillo newspapers ought to publish the names of the men who think the. embezzler of tho people's money should not bo punished. Com. fv HE -- . jbooks, stationery xirugs, fc ni'lTlC SY xanoy iruoiC8. ana vu,riOCaVeKrVv'rA'Crt TJT. r?ttzsnz( svL lnKrSajao N'I.GiJJILf HO. j9s.wasaW . 3L9 ... 1 f have used nunr remedies for Dyspepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never have found anything to benefit me to the extent Simmons Liver Regulator has, I sent from to Georgia for It, and would send further for such a medicine, and would advise all who are slm. ilariy affected to give It a trial as It seems the only thing that never tails to relieve, P. M, Jahhet, Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. T. W. llaaon aayst From actual experience la the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in my practice I hare been and am satisfied to use and prescribe it as a purgaUve medicine. RellCTe., "The only Thine that never fall to Phyayclana' preventions accurately compounded. Also I ajawaaaa1B.a teasKsV A T JEWK1.EHSI Jcnclrj & Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Sllrernnro Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lie. paired on abort notice and Warranted. I -T- l. iik- only the Genuine, which always Wrapper the red Z Trnde-Mar- k firttnf J. II. ZUILIN Jfc CO. nY ALL DRUGGISTS. - "All great statesmen, like Clay, rnomsiosAi. Groceries, Provisions. &c, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. A Momentous Debate. Tho town of Wallingford, Conn., in lyceum aseembled, lately ducuxed tho momentous question of whether marriago or tingle blessedness is moro conducivo to happiness. A bachelor's loneliness was contrasted with his independence, and tho occasional turmoil of married lifo with its obvious bcucGts. All tho married men who wero prepared to spenk against marriago left their wives at home, except one, who, upon rising to deliver his arguments in favor of celibacy, found that his wife was in the audience and refused to discuss tho question. Ono argument in favor of old maidenhood was that it might still cherish the expectation of marriago, which was denied to married women. Many arguments wero brought out for aud against mariage, somo frivolous, somo serious; but tho decision of the refer ces, who wero three women, two of them married, was that marriago a good thing. And yet in tho Stato of, Connecticut, one out of overy eleven Bosmarriages results in a divorce. ton Post. "Well, I should prescribe I should prescribe that you get mai ried." "Oh, goodness!" said tho interesting invalid, "who would marry me, I wonder?" "I would," snapped the doctor, with all tho voracity of a six toot pickerel. "You" exclaimed tho maidou. "Yes." "Well, doctor, if that is the fearful alternative, you can go away aud let mo die in peace." Il.MSI.NU ClIKIlIUES 11V Webster nnd myself," complacently J. M. UROWir. lilt St. BOKDKTT. remarks Col. Tom Ochiltreo, "have DURDETT & BROWN, had their debts paid by their political ATTOHNKY8 A.T I.A.AV. JIT. VERNON, KY. friends." An admirer says of him: lll-li- r "Tom is a good fellow. If ho borrows T. V. YiRXOX. WAIXICX X. TABXON. T. W. 4 W.E VARNON, money of a friend and can't repay it, ATTIIKNEYS A.T I.A."W ho likes him just as much as ever, STANFORD. KY. whereas most fellows bear a grudge Office In 0 wsley 4 bon's new building up stairs. M. against those who loan them money ATTOHNJ-3- l'EYTON, X.A.W, A'l' UTANIOUI), KY. which they can not return." Will nractlce in the Courts of Lincoln and ad "None but a Cend incarnate would usher in to eternity another unprepar ed soul before accomplishing his own taking off," says tho Cleveland Herald, referring to the removing of Mr. Elliott." That's so! If a roan is rushing at you, firing a revolver, don't you shoot back till you havo enquired whether or not his soul is prepared for eternity. The longest lived peoplo in this country aro the American Indians. Health journals teach that cleanliness is conductive to health, and as an In dian washes himself only in the sum mer timo, tho causo of their longevity is partially explained. And besides, tho averago Indian is too lazy to catch Norr. Herald. a disease. ALEX. ANDERSON. S. Which he keeps ala-ay-a G. BRIGHT,! St. Asaph ISIock, Stock of taSrrLxxroxuD9 - - - rcsr., Desires to call attention to the Large and Comprehensive joining counties and the Superior Court and Court ot Appeals, iiptclil attention given to collections. umre on j,ancaier sir-- ci i. GroccrieH, ProvIfllonH, Confectioneries, Tobacco, Clears, on hand. Makes a specialty ol Handling floods at Wholesale Goods delivered irltklntown t., CliEMISTHY. For euterpriso and push York tbo Now Herald leads tho press of tho world. Last Suuday's edition compages, or a total prised twenty-eigh- t of 1C8 columns. Tho number of tingle letters in a paper of this size is not far from 4,002,000. Ton tons of metal wero used iu mnking the stereo-typ- o plates from which it was printed. Seven double perfecting presses wero employed, turniug out an average of papers overy 2,333 perfect eight-pagmiuuto. Over twenty tons of paper was used, which if stretched in n continuous roll would reach from Now York city uearly to Richmond, Va. o A Bridgeport man has inside of a week forced blossoms on u branch cut from a cherry tree. Ho kept it in water and mixed with tho water, tho first day, flvo grains of uitrato of soda and increased tho doso ono grain overy day, giving all tho sunlight possible Beforo long tbo buds began to swell and finally burst, continuing in their growth until bunches of blossoms ap peared. Ho declares that he will havo full dovcloped cherries in two or New Haven Palladithree weeks. um. Another doctor has been writing bosh to a Boston paper about tho superior physical development of English girls It is time this antiquated fallacy was exploded. Perhaps British girls can tramp further thau tbo Yankeo maiden, but when that is said nil is said. Not many persons are awaro of it, but neither Knglith men nor women havo any thiug liko developments that Americans nnd French Morning Journal, have. Jesse A Youno Qkandi'atiiek. A. Ramsey is doubtlets'iho youngest grandfather iu tho Stato. lie is barely thirty six years of ago, and has n grandson, Mnstcr Lester Nelson, who Mr. is now eighteen mouths old: Ramsey's parents nnd grandparents nro also living, und bid fair to do so Clark1 Uouuty Dem for. many years, ncrat. Iu mauy parts of Spain farming op eratious havo made littlo or no prog ress since the expulsion of tho Moors. The same sort of plow is used now us theu, oxeu trend out tho com after tho aucient Oriental fashion, and women separate tho chufl from tho corn by tossing tho grain up iu the air during a breeze f wind. Wheat ripens Iu Italy by thojfeud of Juno, but iu Europe generallyiUiis uot ready fur the reaper beforo tho mouth of August, und in some parts uot beforo September. , ATTORNEY A.T DANVILLE, KY., X.A.AV, on Small Profits. Will practice in the Courts of Bovle and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. limits free of charge. Office South side Main Street, two doors above DJJNTIST, SURGlilOlMFORI). KY. STAN LUMBER QF ALL KINDS. TjEB P. HUFFMAN, meai vers tioui. Pure Nitrous Oxide Gu administered when A. OWSLEY & SON, -- DEALERS IX- - Anv one wlsfcluz to bur Lumber for boxing. fencing or any purpose can save money by getting It of us at our mill on the Uumber farm, about two miles from Crab Orchard. 121 HEI.VIN CO. Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- JOS. SEVEBANCE, Lateof Cbtnault, Severance with & Co., Stanford, Ky., J. M. ROBINSON Sc CO.. Wooden and Willowware, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full lino of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Haines, Traces, Salt, Lixno, Comont, Piold Seeds, Plows and Farming Implements. Call and boo tho genuine Hamilton Plow . Controller Lawrence has rendered a decision that tho salary of Congress - KY. L.OTJIHVIll.Ijai:. man Ochiltree, of Texas, must be paid to himself, notwithstanding his in- FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. debtedness to tho United States, on house, or your goods, or your live Because tho ground that his oflico is a consti- lock, or yourother property bare not been burnt four la no tutional one, aud that if his salary or Injured by flreor lUbtnlug, think, guaranty that then, that It tbeycAKKOTbe. Don't you to secure Indemnity In be was withhold ho would bo deprived of would trat.nrprudent should occur T I Offer YOU case hla ilnni.tfM a.ih Inat tbe lowest rates obtainable In any means of support. represent seven and you may Company. first-cla- Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods, Notions, Ac, 637, 639, 611 Main blreet, Cor. Sixth, Fin:!) rou Cowa. Thero is no quoition as to tho relative valuo of corn and oats in any form, when good, rich, hculthy milk is desired. Quantity and quality aro both obtained in greater measuro by ieodiug oats to cows, insteud of corn. Any person at all acquainted with tho chemistry of the cereals will admit tho advantage obtained by feeding oats to cows when much milk of a rich quality is desired. Corn will form fat much quicker than oats; henco its value as food in cold climates. Soap bubbles can bo blowu to u size of two foot in diameter aud kept two days by using a preparation of oleato of soda and glycerine N. Y. Suu. V In India, China and otlior African und Oriental countries it frequently happens iu times of distress that parents sell their childicn to buy food. This pleasant custom appears nearer home. Tho following advertisement appears in the Hereford Time of May 21: "Aun Jouos wants to sell her child, a littlo girl. It is 12 mouths alfl Address Aun old. Prico, JCl.lOj. druggists, or will t sent free by tnsll, securely staled, on receipt if price, br addwalug PILES I PILES! PILES I Jones, Weslingtou, Bellfield, near J, CIS ..I. a.l. Ulilo. Adams street, In Herefordshire chil Ih't Deinlnu'M ,rw Itturoverv tor Sole agent for tbe13United Males. Tolrdo, l jrj Leominster" ll-Is a radical cbsuj. from the old remedies l'ttra drcu seem to ruto about the same o lierelofota In use. The Discovery li the rtsult of yeariof pa tleul clenllnc study and lutestltallon as mutton onu shilling per lb. I Into toe character of Ihlapalurul dUeaao. Tocou. Herefordshire is iu ttuglnud, not Irev!iue rou ol l's (real merit, call ou I'euny X Me. land. Alislcr, Stanford, or W. M. Water, Ml. Vernon, listing concluded to muore to Texas, I flr for sale my and get a sample lux free ol rhsre. Hjston paper publishes a remedy A ItOlllCIICU tV IlllailietsM HoIlHf, of all who to to an untimely AUut Inlhetownot Crab under the head "How to save ouewho James Elliott, Louisville, says he grave die with tbedieadid disease, consumption, I'oul tlu--Ky Iuonon.. Dustedstreet. The building Is Lancaster , )ix) feet aud conIs choking." It is good enough so far was sick for six mouths with dyspep- lliowu's Expeitoraut has cuted every case II baa la 20x0, tains In all tight rooms. The as it goes, but tho surest way iu Ken. sia, and uothiug proved of auy avail teen tried on wnerelhe disease has uot treu al- with counters aud shelving nlcelyand properly arlowed to tun teyond lha control of uiedlclae Sold ranged, llb all tbe outbuildings necessary to tucky is tu work the governor. aud the lute ol the uit fastidious, and except Brown's Iron Bitters. ty I'euny & McAllsler, SUuloid, and W, M. Webn t.untl.ur. of uum water for drlukloi aud J Parlies who contemplate getting hurt, getting out of jail, killing somo ! body, running off with somebody's wife or getting kicked by a mule, will K.lih.r nfuahavlne the lime to attend to the business, up of please do so on Saturdays, Sundays collecting aud settlingservices our old Arm Peyton to or Mr. M. we bsve secured the aud Mondays, as that will give us attend tt-forIUan lie Is authorised by us to collect and accounts uue us. recept liMf J. II MrALIhTKK. timo to write it up in the fullest Stanford. Mar 9. II. V. IJUIUIIT. while it is fresh and savory. Thousands of graves are Madisouvillo Times. annually robbed ot their victims, lives prolonged, A Virginia calf was found in the hspplntssand health restored by use of the great haydoft tho other day, and tho owner wiud must havo blown GERMAN INVIG01UT0R! proves that tho tvhlrh txiiltivi.lv lndncrinanenllr cures initio. it up there becauso "there was no lad t ciirw. (caused by ol any kind,) srml aud all diseases that follow a Hill II Vnfcllt-a.- , der way for it to climb up." Tho gen lf'Abu, ss loaa of energy, kaaol lassitude, pain In tu back, eral opiuion iu tho neighborhood, uieuioiy, universalureiuature old aae. and many iittnnMiofvl.ton. other diseases that lead to consumption and a pre though, is, that the owner expected mature grave. fur circulars wltb testU uiuolals free by mall. Tbe iXlUlOltATUIt tho Tax Assessor round that day. per box, or sis boxes for fa. by all Is sold m surance take your choice. I OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. klLLZi3aasvslEjBswH ISO. St. l'lllLITN. NOTICE your special attention to the I desire to call M ROBBED iit-ew- Tlr3BSB which for ity, durability, utilsalsJlaslsatiF7as9aasliBHEHiflE JEWEL 'J Mi NTTr Mvi M3 perfection in operation, taste is ! att-Be- in ornamentation, unequalled. T3E3CE5 "JESLXlSTGr .etflaBaaW OP TIKCE. JF'IDEIjID 1 fig-ur- FOR SALE d store-roo- two-Wt- twoandone-bslfstoiieabljt- h, !ilvlt!astiflHH0'' K'Varmera and Plowiaeu, listen Oliver Chilled Metal will uot corrode; tbe heaviest rust will remove In a few mtuutre. TbeOllver II a Center Draft Plow, having sloping laudalde, which does away with lb pressure found In straight laudsld Flow. Tb Oliver baa hundreds of Imitators; Bo manufacturer will imitate an InferUr Plow. Tb Oliver baa a record unparalleled la tb history of Plows. Your neighbors will tell jou la BUY TUB OUYK1I, and Uk so other. J. A. Gillis, Louisville, says: "I The best time for plauting everbear wliiita to the oitlTe have used Brown's Iron Bitters for greens is just before they grow. Plant curative powers of the Ureal German See advertUcuiml. Sold by dyspepsia and general debility; it is deciduous trees auy time after tho tho best thiug I have ever taken," frost is out of the ground. Penny & MeAlUter, Btaufurd. er, Ml, Yeruou. -- ' Tbouunils puiposve.teauttful ensile aud frull Ireee ..innili... .ud Uuuiirvlue tbe entire pit nilscs. ell T.W. Eagle, of Mlatulsburg, O., Intortusui that In a good aud beallby condition. Any ou desirllrowii'a Expectorant cured litiu ol i very bad ing cheap y.t valuable residence, auiouit a clevwould do well to call ceugh after every other medicine had failed. To er aud pruspetoua people, belore purchasing else eisintue tbe pitmiaea be bad of Penny A McAllsler, Stanford, and W. and where, terms reaaonaoie. u-- tr M. Weber, Ml. Yemen. jou.n ntkube. household r. W. IX. HIGGrlNS. SWsW WB Thiifman fell on the stairs Jesus can save from It. How few find Him how to take a shilling when toil give one. residence In Columbus, Tuesday such aSsvioi! ueiunciiat 1p.m.. when you can get evening and broke hi left arm between thi In the afternoon I went to Bethshan IV anything cold you wish, with tea of coffee DEPARTMENT. j!ML, W W elbow and shoulder. I Dr. Hosrdman' "Faith Cure" in Highbury If desired. At 0 p.m. we dine-lo- ng 31 and In the municipal elections In tlie W'tt a auburd a mile or two to the east of us heartily, If you eat through the entire Friday Morning, April 0, 1883 tern Stale, the democrat hare had llielf There I heard a sweet talk by n good lady courses -I- nvariably five;orlst,soupj 2d, flsbj LANCASTER. own way as a general thing. Carter lfar name unknown who sjioke like my good 3d, meals and vegetables; llh, pies and .; Mr. Jesse Iloyston sent two colls to D mayor of Chicago by a old friend nnd father in the . VI. P. WALTON, - EDITOR rlson waa John 6th, fruits and nut. I enclose the greatly lncreard rote. Darby, of blesed memory. I Judge her a BtMwof yesterday ,whlch! a little above av. lxlngton, Monday, where they will be put In training for the spring races. A couple of children aged respectlvel Nico pupil of hi- -, with "Dr. Hosrdman' Higher erage, but not much. John Bull believes rca- nnMOTItATlCNOMINKK FOIl nnmFJKNT The street scraper have ben at work 1 and 13 were married at Covington, Ky , Lire" added lo her knowledge. She spoke In a good SjniUv dinner, anyhow, AT1VK, the past few days and the public rqiisre is Tuesday. It Is slid that a precocious net for nn hour In a delightful way, yet with JUDGE THOMAS P. HIM, JR. MENU: beginning lo take on a hrallhlei look. on their part hastened the ceremony, the the one omission I notice tn most of the Fish. Fried smells, smoked salmon. Wedneslay was a rial spring dsy, and father of the girl demanding of the father works and addresses on "Hollnc" vis , a Hot Dishes. Rump steak and fried For many eople began tfsrdsnlnir, but they Hos. PjTrnn Cooper, of helo that he should repair the wrong failure o define what a thorough surren tugal onions; mutton chops; broiled ham; were stopped again this morning by the and philnnthropFat, tUotMVctl. done the gttl by making her his wife. der mem. A vague exhortation lo "sur- calves heartlel slewed with mushrooms: rain. Is wanted by me. I will nay the highest market price Inliodealin The rcjult of the Ohio election Ii eml render all," means nothing unless explain- broiled sausage; Irish We understand that parties are talking ncsdnj at hia homo in Now York, at slew; ham omelets; tlio good old ago of fourecoro tcu and nenlly satisfactory to the democrats. Of the ed and an attempt at exnlanatlve mm fried eggs; posched eggs; boiled eggs; homi- of building on Ihe vacant lot adjoining J sixteen officers chosen in CincInnUl at everything generally. For it goes into ny fritters; boiled hominy; oatmeal por- G. A, C. W. Sweeney' dry goods store, a two. Pneumonia, that fatal discaso And enn supply it in any quantity. large, the democrat elect thirteen the such detail that the poor soul is discourag- ridge; baked atid fried potatoes. Cold house suitable for an Implement store. to old people, caused his death. His both judge of tho superior court, ed at the outset; like the sinner, who is told Dishes. Roast beef; roast mayor, Died, at his residence In this countv. mutton; canned start in iifo was a hard ono and ho was member of board of public works, treasur to do this and trust in order lo be saved, beef; boiled ham; ox tongues; corned leg- - Capt. Jas. Murphy, of pneumonia, lie on account of poverty only ablo to at er, judge of the police couil, solicitor, di whereas if only they could be shown that Tea, sardines, toast, crackers, are was the father of Capt. Dan'l Murphy, tend school at short intervals. IIo was rector of city Infirmary and all fire mem the LORD asks but one thing the heart available from 0 to lOo'c, If desired. But formerly a representative from this county The morning train from Richmond apprenticed to a coach makor and fol- ben of the board of education from the city the will and tho confessing mouth all few are in condition to call for them after at large. The highest democratic tnijorl-t- would be clean. For indeed as Justification doing full justice to the dinner. doe not arrive at this pla-- s until 11:50 lowed tho trado till ho secured a machino is 1,709 and the loweil 710. The re nub. only means willingness lo bo o'clock. The change was made became of Justified and Music, conveisitlon and forshcaringcloth which madohim much Hcans elect city comptroller, police court the confession before men of Jesus the Jus- - until bed time. At 12, midnight, the elec changes made on the Knoxville Branch t.f monoy during tho war of 1812. IIo attorney and wharfmaster, their highest tifierjsossnctific.-itiomeans nllllngncs. (o tric light In your state room goes out in a the L.A N. R. R There has been no W ITU afterwards huilt a rolling mill at Tren- majority being but 718. Tho democrats be sanctified and tho confession before men twinkling, though plenty are kept going to change of time of the afternoon train. ton, N. J., and in Baltimore ho huilt show big gains all over the fitate; at Cleve- of Jesus as the Sanctlfier. This is all. The light one round any part of the shin all tV Sweeney have shipped their Walton after hi own designs the first locomo- land electing their ticket by 3,851 against fact, after that; remains on the eternal ba night. The berths are furnished with last consignment of tobacco for the put 2,211 last spring. sis of God's word and not on tho fluctuat- springy wire mattresses, with plenty of season. Altogether ther hsvr. shipped tive engine constructed on this contiing frames and feelings. These blescd clean bed clothing. Racks, hooks, Ac, as 200 hogsheads. The BurnsMe Bros, will nent and It was successfully used. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE feelings, Indeed, will follow, If faith simply many as needed. Our well to- have between 125,000 and 150,000 pounds Removing to New York he became rests on the word of the LORD, but tho ward the stern, are about 7x10 feet and of hemp ready for the market in a few Bro. Barnes Hears Varloy's Lecture fact in no wise depends greatly interested in educating and on that feeling, quite roomy for The forward days, but will not sell at the present price. "To Men Only." tho industrial classes and it lilessed be God for a salvation that abides cabins are George McCalley, of color, was tried and larger and open In the midst of all our changes, with a into tho dinlng-saloowas through his efforts and mainly Listens lo Spnrjrcon Again forwanl. Above the in the Police Court. Monday evening, and and to a La- steadfastness its own, nnd knowing no eating-roody Who Expatiates In lto.ird-man'- s with his money that tho Cooper Instiand thrown Into it by a large, fined $ I and cost for breach of the peace -Faith Cnrc. oval, open spice, railed, la the music and Joe Hume for the shooting and wounding tute was built. It cost SG50,000 and Xo progress to report in getting to the sitting-room- , with upright piano and cush- of Green Ettes, wai tried before K quires ho has since added an endowment of TII3a Layton and Noel, and held in a bond of work we came to do. Be sura you will ioned seat all around. Thi the pleas$1G0,000. IIo was a 102 SlIACKT.EWEr.T. T.lwp man know It as soon as tho way opens. 200 to answer any indictment, that inay ant room of the ship, though the Dalston, London, E. (J. Mar. Q. '83 of tho best sort nnd a philanthropist Iltnr Meanwhile we are very happy "waiting nassengera use the dining-roofor be found against him at Ihe August Term Interior of tho most enlarged viows. Ono night last week I went lo Exe- on the LORD." This work is His snd His their gathering place. Nice Brussels car of tho Circuit Court. The meeting of the citizen of this ter Hall to hear Mr. Henry Varley in an it shall be from beginning to end. All well pet all over the ship. We paid f CO apiece No matter whero ho coca tho same addrcts "To Men Only." It waa the very aim nappy anu long to near from our for our pasraxe across, just half Ihe rale of place which was announced to take plare story comes that Judgo Owsley by his boldest discourse I ever listened Monday night, for the putoo of completo; lor it friend in the U. 8., but not impatient eren the busy summer months. pleasant manners wins friends and took up In the plainest way things that arc in that. Pray for in. Ever in Jesus, Our glorious day pissed away with tho in- ting arrangements for buying properly for Geo. O. Barni-s- . golden opinions. A writer from very plainly spoken of in tho scripture, describable sunset at sea the half of which a Female Seminary was postoncd on ac count of the meeline at the Christian Following is a continuence of his nolcs was never told on "paper and ink," nor ington to tho Louisvillo Post says: but which the prudery of modern society and the modern pulpit, following the die- can be. No painter can copy it, for Church until Saturday afternoon. Every sea: written at "Fayotte was regarded as pretty solid dato of society aforesaid, have agreed to Feb. 2Cth, Continued. But this unso- no pigments ever mixed can give the mel- person interested in the cause of higher for Jones, but lately Alike Owsley has taboo. Mr. Varley went through hi naty phisticated chat of my loved ones above re low glow of the "light of God" which gives education should make it a point lo be been making trips over here to work subject like the brave man he is, and ran corded, threw me into a moralising fit, as it Its chiefest glory. A good dinnerfollow-ed- ; present. The meeting will be called to up his cause. Almost as good a story his knife to the bottom of the sore. I felt is my wont of late, and a few of these tables filled again with happy eaters order at 3 o'clock. Mr. B. M. Bnrdett returned from teller as Knott, ho has moro magne- like taking a bath when he was through, thoughts I will jot down currtnle ealamo, for and aome of us, at least, full of "Praise the Florida, Wednesday. He report a very but the whole thing was filthily whole- the benefit of others who care to think LORD. tism. IIo can shako hands with a Fed 27tb; Tcesday. All Is changed pleaaant trip. Judge Hansford, of Linnew acquaintance, and mako him feel some and as youths under 1G were not ad- about it. mitted and hundreds of those present, The sea (with which with one accord, again. When we went to bed the stars coln, and Msj Rigney, of Cvey, candid-at- e liko they had been good friends all for the State Senatorship were in (own above that age, needed just the unvarnished we are "out," even this lovely weather) is were out in such glorious beauty that one their lives. He goes around quietly, statement Mr. Varley gave. I doubt not just the same the poet rave about, and felt like lingering on deck to behold them. thi week, looking after their interest clever and genial, and captures friends some good was accomplished; though after really, in itself, mostbeautiful. The bound- The air was almost balmy with aoltnesa Both gentlemen have a great mny friends right along." It is regarded now as all, my opinion remains unchanged, that ing waves, with foaming summits, chase and tha sea quieter than yet seen. The in thi county. Mr. W. A. Burnside, who IoorJer lo(rl control of tbslmt dJ most ronulxr Una ! l.il...li.,i ,0 l,ul J almost certain that tho Judge will get the only permanent reforms comes, not each other like crested coursers; the glanc- ship ran steadily during the night, without has been quite ill for several days, is much founts stkl IowmI iTc". or.Y.r,t0,,0,"'1k from exposing the evil, but presenting the ing sunlight glorifies the animated scene; sails, as the wind was ahead, and all was better. Mr. Jos. P. Sandifer, Cashier of Ihe L.X..I sU IUhn J. layettes instruction. Many Inducements Over the Majority remedy. Little it boots to raise the sin the depths mirror the deep blue of heaven' so favorable that we were hardly prepared Citizem National Bink was in Louisville, of Dealers I keep on hmJ, .1 .11 uu at ,m7 A coiihespondent of the Post tel- question. Men- know too much about that vault; the breeze sings through tho tauten- for the murky sky and driving rain of this on business thi week. Mrs. John Rose, of ,, of War. Iums . already. The soul question is the one to ed cordage of our callant bark, a she dash- morning, threatening more "dirty" weather Greensburg, is visiting her sister, Mr. egraphs that paper as follows, Irom Giorge R. Hardin, of Ibis plare. Shelby vilie: "Shelby, I fear is parti- keep steadily before a lost world. "If the es forward to her goal and all that, which as tho sailors call it. All hands were driv ally sold to Proctor Knott, although Son make you free, you shall be free in so many thousands have penned before. en within doors, which is rather favorable UXCASTCll ADUnmEIKXTS. deed,"aid the blessed Son of God Himself. What is the matter with ua all? Why not to acquaintanceship. Thus far, beyond the the goods have not been delivered. Yet there are two sides to it and I hope giveoureelves up to the rapture of enjoy- gathering into detached groups, of those U. O. KAUFFMAN, You see, Knott has promised a cer- some poor fellows, hearing of previously associated, there has been but the horrors ment suggested by our surroundings? ATTOKNEY Ji.t r,A.-V- . tain nameless gentleman who resides of the life before them, as described by the Which question answering, I perceive little of a general charac LANCASTER KY. Muter Cburl. Will within the border of Shelby, the of- earnest preacher, may be warned in time the cause to be in ourselves and the com ter. I hope the sociability will bs a little practlc. Cooimlnlooer OirrtrJ Circuitsod idjolnlos la sll tho Courts of Osrrsnt fice of Assistant Secretary of State, and go no further on the downward road. mon cause (alas!) of earth's unrest. "The more marked from this on, and that little raumin auu JU luo loun 01 ArTCUS. in the event of election, and therefore Hut such a halt will not be a permanent light shines in darkness, but the darkness meetings for Bible study may grow out ol one, unless the LORD'S love make it such. comprehends it not." Nay, the eves being it yet. The Captain is opposed to preachisn't it quite plain that wo are barter- Terror i but a "half-waof consequence diseased, the light, so good in itself, smites ing. He say be once agreed to it, but ed like so many cattle?" It remains house" at best. "The goodness of God that organ with sharpest pain, instead of there were clergymen of different creed I wIltMllorrzchsora my Farm In Tnu for to- - be seen whether the people will leadeth to repentence," or change of mind, ministering pleasure as it ought. This aboard and the whole thing came near lands In (iaxrard, Uadiaon, Lincoln or l!ol coun. Ilea. Thla farm Is altualcd In Tarrant rountr. stand this arrangement of the bosses. when fear only arrest until the fit of flight "poetry of motion" in our ship, as observed breaking up in a regular row and aince Trias, about IS or II rullca South of lb. cllrof wear off. These reflections come to me.not with delight from terra firma. is the very then he has favored only the regular ser- fort Worth and about tarn, dlalanr. North of ... I Inn people of Marion county in- in the way of criticism, as I listened to dear thing that produces deadly nausea meet- vice for prayer on Sunday. I can't say I ins uit oi rm ... M... i.wi. til upu,r IPOCV,Cuotalosa iu- urDuroo, la Jonnwo counlr. Wlin .mi. - uuv rood .11 water terested in the school question met in Henry Varley for the first time. Thi waa ing, as it does in us, some hidden evil (bile blame him. I know the accursed spirit of Rood barn upon It sad land snd on plan. II Ii rtrut-rat- e farming Utrelnllu wll raUlogcattle, Lebanon and appointed delegates to a special occasion. His fort is preaching a perhaju) which turns all joy to sorrow, all sectarianism myself too well to wonder at located forhv w . c. hiiiui being on a hljn plateau w.mrvu inriiui ... wbi. .. .a on lull. Eaatof toe auritred rout, of tho Conference at Frankfort, and beautiful gospel. He is one of thu great good into evil. "The law working death anytliing coming from it. O, how these aboutWorth A ItloUrands It. It, wblcb .111 the Fort t workers, in England. God took him from in me by that which is good," shows that dissensions among the saint are making roiupieicu in anon time, anu aba about S uillrs among other things adopted a Wntoltb.U C A Santa Fe.Il. It. now In operaa butcher's stall to make him one of the "sin is exceedingly sinful," and that is "in infidels the world around. tion from Ft. Worth to Ualreaton. This firm Is In tion presented by Hon. John D. Fo-glgrandest preachers of this generation; and me that is in my flesh." So the outcome There is quite a lively popping of corks tbe treat cotton and wheat railing section of North Ili!jrKlen, CiirrliiRrN, Spring .Viiroiin, Tnriii .VnKons I.oj. Wngoiu. cm Texas and eerr desirable for any on. wanting which ought to bo acted on in his voice has Bhaken continents with its of it all is this the principle for which I at the various meals, for John Bull love to farm or raise rattlo. Alto bare on the place a every county in tho Commonwealth. spiritual power. He is a typical John give my life that although the good hi wine and beer and will have it. But I on. fine uiiiiuHuvumoiiuiiiiuin S iieiiers wun can anu Short Horn Dull, Tears old this .xprlng; farming mat will trade It was to demand that tho tax col Bull in face and form heavy-se- t, deet- - brings out the evil just because it is good, am told tbete i much less of it than there atao piace. implement, cues. 1 isu.XMJV,with tue Jan. 11, ISSI tin. clew- - the good is not to blaaie, but is always used to be in ship travel. We have a barlectcd for the A. and M. College bo chested, Lancaster, Ky, repealed by tho next legislature. It voiced. There were about 2,000 asembled good. The bad lies between the devil and room on board, but no drinking except at in Exeter Hall, which now belongs to the me. In this sense and in this only God is meal that I have seen; and nothing excessis surely unconstitutional and wo ven'y ive there. Y. M. C. A. It holds about 3,000 3,- - the "Author of evil;" so that His love ture it will be repealed sooner or later. OOO and is a noble, lofty audience-room- , or We have been in the vicinity of the Gulf its brings wrath upon an evil world and His TstUSl'Rr TiicCtiaatscr, Tjie Columbia Spectator has discov name long a synonym for advanced relig Son) incarnation of love, invents racks of Stream running all day along it left Orrica or Connuumor 23, lmu. Wxsmsuroa, Km, ious movement. bank and the stiff southwest breeze blow torment, lights fires of persecution, pours ered a man in Adair who is 84 and Wiiesiis. br satlifactorr etldrnc. presented to Yeterday wife and I went over to the melted lead into the ears of the just, in ing across it comes to us laden with its tb. unJeralaned. It haa been made tn cdi.. thai has nover heard a lawyer plead a case, Surrey side of National llank of Lancaster, In the the Thames to hear Mr. short, as IIo Himself said, brings "not warmth and moisture. A dull, leaden day; th.Cltltena town of Laoraater, la Ihe countr of (isrrard and and has never served on a jury. Spurgeon again. The weather was disa- peace but a sword;" So a I wrile I make air loaded with mists; sails again set to Bute of Kentucky, haa compiled with all tbe provisions of the lterlwl Hututes the United Happy man! No wonder that his greeable and the mud underfoot of the up with the sea. It i not thy fault, O catch the S. W. wind; ahtpgolng very much Slate required to be compiled withofLefuie an elation (ball be authorised to coutuenr. the bull days, have been unusually prolonged. slushiest description, keeping the other la glorious ocean, type of God's fathomless on one side, through a troubled sea; pass- neu of banking, ,r Now. there'ore. I. John J. Knot. - ;:v ' . ...-- " It would have killed him 50 years dlesat home with our still invalid friend, love, that I am sick; mca culpa What bus engers on deck at an angle of 45 degrees .... vuueuer, uo ucreuT ceriurinatrVimtilmltar ii inollliieni In search of fresh air and exercise under ..uuuai uauK 01 uocaiier, in in. town or J.aa. lUllroad Dr. btoddard. Shall I nay that I heard iness have I being bilious? Carls, l!esri, Movers, Hay Bakes, ago to have listened to tho miserable osster, la th. county of , Slat, of Ken. i.raia some things that grated? And rrows, Sutler So having touched "bed rock," I am at difficulties; waiters at table climbing up lucky Is suthorlsed to Uirrard sndthe business ol !'I....W.Upg.0d Hiding Cullte.u,.., (V .,,.., Hrllli. Hro.dcait8ee.lenL commence q arguments of some alleged lawyers than on the previous Sabbatb. even worse banking at proeided la Bectloa S.lSSof lb. lie (I led er.1 IV.ll.ri., and man. .11... Ii. ' . ",r"i W Cu7t. c!e. "hellers, Firm. ,.., ,,V(UB( Then, he peace with all except self. I never want the deck from leeward, with plates in both SUtuti of lb. United Slates. that wo could mention without half asserted boldly what now I repudiate so to be satisfied with that gentlemen, nor the hands like travelers laboring up a steep la tcsllutonr Whereof. Wltneaa mr hind an,t seal or office, this 23d day of February, ISS3. trying. emphatically, the particular election of a devil, who loves to find his favorite lurk- hillside; a relapse on the part of some to a JOHN J. KNOX, Comptroller of th. Currency. bilious state; a run of 237 mile to 12 m.; Tnc way of tho transgressor is certain number from all eternity to be sav- ing place in him. No. 2.8S. nothing sighted and a prospect for dirty It is difficult to believe that such a hard if Bro. Blackburn will not come ed, leaving the rest to their awful fate and mocking them with the offer of a salvation day as this could have been preceded by weather sums all. to his aid. David Furgusou, senthey could not receive, because not elected; such a gloomy one as yesterday. We have Fen. 28tb; Wednesday. A good run tenced to tho penitentiary for five all of which was rasping discord to my ear. forgotten the gloom already in the bright- during the night with wind and sail and the years for embezzlement whilo back Yesterday he took occasion to denounce ness, liko earth's trials, forgotten with the warm air off the Gulf Stream still lsden tax collector of Louisville, had the "novelties" in religion and exhorted his first flash of the eternal day. The Captain with mist and rain. Heavy sea and unset stripes put on him Tuesday, and it is people lo believe only that which they bad reports a run ol 290 miles to 12 o'clock, tled stomachs, with feeble attendance at said tho.fino gentleman will be sent heard "from the beginning." Instead of less cbecc than I had supposed the sharp meals nnd that ghastly look of discomfort d would have caused. Well done, characteristic of this ocean nausea, are the out immediately to handle a shovel entreating them as the scripture enjoin, to "prove all things and hold fast that which our good "Pavonia." One steamer noticeable features and pick on the railroad. ,l, to lurulsh prlces.ud cellmate, of all kinds is good," be begged them only to stick to A shoal (or "school" as the sailors call it) passed this morning, but what name or naof Engine.. Saw Milts, Tbreihlug Ms. chines. H,y Vnmt, str.w Stacker., Wind Mil ., llora. Fewer., and T.rlou. other kind, ol machinery. Numerous papers are reproducing what they had and reject the rest. Has of porpoises broke Ihe monotony of the tion no one knew. The run to 12 o'clock Mr. Barnes' letters to the Interior the good man forgotten what I remember morning. At first they seemed disposed a good one, 303 miles, telling how much Parties la want of any goods In toy lln will Spurgeon was for race with Journal without the sign of a credit so well when C. ILLondon; when the great- and adisappeared the steamer, but gave it up the sails and the winds abaft help on. Tho loos, notlilog by seeing mo Ulor. purchasing est "noveltv" in astern. A few gulls also 100 oranges, the reclining chairs, the the press and this is to notify them that a repe- denounced him for teaching a new gospel enliveued the scene. Passengers out in are all right things in the right place. tition of such theft will cut them from in a new way? When I went to India In force as the day grew more tempting, until Blessings on the dear, thoughtful givers. '61 this was the burden of the London pa- the berths were emptied. All rejoice fn The gulls play around the ship In flock on ourexchango list. pers, In noticing the remarkable career of brightening prospects, graceful wing, picking up stray bits of MO TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. this fiery and spicy young liiptist. Now, Perhsps a little sketch of our daily life garbage greedily. These are European felMayor Means, of Cincinnati, celebra- however, he goes tho usual route of perse would not be amiss. The gong goes off for lows, indicating approaching proximity to ted lit retirement from otlice by shooting cuted people he is a denouncer of him a "rising bell" at 8 o'clock. Breakfast at land. At noon we wero only 875 at the county jailor. It Is said Metn waa who follows hi his footsteps and dares to 8, if you can eat it. It i alwaya good from Kinsale Head, on the Irish coast. Vtrtu toaabki" tell out what the Holy Spirit has taught and well cooked. These English cooks, as "The way of a bird thro' the air" was one In hi cups. IKaUuiiiKj Spring Tooth llirrow j The auctlou sale of seats for the Cin- him in turn. Had Mr. Spurgeon allowed I long since knew, excel on a beefsteak and of Ihe seven things that puzzled Solomon cinnati Dramatic Festival resulted in the for a moment his own teachings of yester- mutton-chop- . The til No I all) ban lie drain and HmiWoI all kludi, excellent in bis time and is still a standing mystery, dttpoeal Wednesday of 807 seats for an ag- day, he had not been the centre of the Lou- and varied. Our dining-rooIs capable These gulls can sail up against a 12 knot Hay and Wool, don pulpit To one who came to of seating 100 at 5 parallel tables. There breeze without a perceptible llap of a wlog. gregate sum of 130,401 05. IMoIlusjfiulk.r l'low The Congressional Iteeord of the 47th England to preach what I have, like is quite a show of plate at all the meals, Storm racks on the tables do not prevent Session will contain 3,777 page, with an fire abut up In my bones," this narrow plat- all with the inevitable Briliih Lion, on one soup and other fluids from cascading into Ih IdtHcatilcr Ht Ihe appendix of 350 page more of speeches form of the good man seemed especially leg, tall cocked defiantly and the round one's lap If not very careful. We run tre distasteful and odious. I thought how the world In his paws, Andaclous beast! but mendously on one side which were never delivered, yet putting IIKKN A WIIiLIAMN, Samuel E. KInkead, an old and es- Puritan persecuted Itoger Williams, the I like him for all that. Get It all good up every rag ofsi.il that will draw. Marie Mansgcrs lluitonrllls Depot teemed citizen of Shelby county, Ky., com- Baptist, and wondered if Mr. S. endorsed Hoot Tbe world will be all tbe better for sitting at Ibe piano bas (o "strike an attl. "ENTERPRISE GROCER Y, mitted suicide because of some false chirg. them; because this acted exactly on this good, honest British rule. America, of tude" with berrigbt hand like AJax defy. principle of not allowing anything but curse, alwaya excepted, whom thou will Ins tbe lightning, before she can keep her ea which bad been made against him. H. I.. .VITllKItN. VeeHCtMMaVEOTVW LANCA1TKU, KY. Judge Walker Q Graham, of Indiana what (be taught already-- . Human nature never rule again, but call as tb fellow self from rolling off tbe atool. Manager I aneaittr Depot; was appointed 1 M. General Wednesday I the same tbe world around. Must we "heir" of Ihe world "in (he good das com I will close this No. 3 with (he last da be victims to It some time or other? I ing." Our waiters are abundant, uniform, of winter and a loving PltAIBK THE to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death all It. II. H'EAKEX, of Mr, Howe. Gresham was a soldier and Jt (be penaltT tbat success always brine ed in dark blue clolh, roundabouts and LOUD. Ever In Jesus, 3asC3si Willi It? History answers "jh" Only napkins and sharp after fees, knowing well (Cora I'linttr, is now a stalwart. Maosgtr IUchuiooJ Ospot Geo. O. Dabnes, Piorrlstoi. tn hi Garrard County 1? itoirr. it. wjaaT, junior. triW .A-ILSTD- Feed SlTIAIBIXulXSI! HARNESS SHOP, sonuljle. Hates &al i gol, pud-ding- 1 lot of Horses and Fino Turnouts. tlioal-atoa-ma- OAX! . A. T. NUNjyj3I,lEV, Stan lord, Ky. y g WE ARE READY! - Men's, Boys' & Children's state-room- v ship-boar- high-price- CLOTHING! I3NT n "1MUI8E LOUD." 1 solf-mad- high-price- d -- ABUNDANCE I J ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT! Correct Styles and Low Prices. BRUCE, WU & T CO. ATTEMN, HIMBS!" " IMJ, fhUlS.ri.'iK t.I i.i h. A Tesas Farm For Sale! y .. .. -- full-face- a HJ-2- Citizens National Bank. jhMH WJm$ i fWlrsvf 3SSrf5pH ..."- Landretli' head-win- lap-rug- s, SfteA i" rl',d In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of y FURNITURE GrEORGE D. WEAREHT. Stanford. 1 . NsfeJlfiiA 3 GEO.D.BUUDETT&CO., l'l'RR home ftrown need potaloea per hualirl at If. 0. might'. 1 (Viet "Ntoorn" ace them MlnaireM alwaya draw, and be happy, (lo n Friday Morning, t N. -- Mohton llm tonight. Kmbrace Hie ohmce to luigli and grow fat. April C, 1883 do to ing Haml, Ifrnce, Warren ft Co.' for clothTheir atock la aim ply immense. Dicur.HHON'fj Itu-sc- HfAwronn people now rrad the the rrentngrif Ita niihllcalion. Ilnlly. 4 LOCAL TIME CARD. I ll county I HAVE opened a ahne ahop at my atahte, where repairing of all klnda willhednne. n lira-allls- 1 Ar V of nur lonn pnlrona oin get (heir ft Hon'. pjjiera by (tending to tlih ofllco on the An nr.iAKT line of China Tea Hela and night of piihllrillon, aay from 7 In 10 o'c. Accommodation, Dalit except Similar. . U a. Iafi ftlmfbr: going Xnith (1mm WATHliflRTiiiitrrrclrnl at llrnce, After that wo put them in the V. 0. whtre connected. Houlh M r. ' arien ft (Jj'n. theycan IroKallrn m aoon aa Iho I. M. LINCOLN COUNTT. LOCALJfOTICES, run lucent nml tnot aclret line of open the ofllee The dellfery hai been Huttontillt. diacuntinued. French Oimllw crcr brought lo Klanford, IlOY 1'AlMTiof lVuny A MaAllnler. Our town held an election Monday and FlSHUM Tackle, at Mcltabeiti A HlaRgV. at II O. Hrlght'a. Wc aometimea with our rellglom train chose a board of Thi thing howI.ANrrtKTii'.Oarilrn teed at Mcltulxrtn J. W. HAYriKX haa received a nlco new tag would permit in to giro vent lo our ever, hi been fortrustee. sort of spasmodic year a ft HtRR. feeling in " and thla ia one of the lot of Hprin Clollilnit. Hadn't you better New slock of Jewelry and Hllrerirare at go timea. Ily the r.ew achedule It takea our visitation which ha pissed away like a and get a bargain of him? l'ennr ft McAlliter'a. cramp, without material consequences. papera two dsri to roach Huaionvllle, I.ANlinmi's Garden Kecds, in hulk ami The old steam mill having paled its Cam. and examine my itock of Furni and other points South on the C In paper, at Penny & McAIielerV ture, fte ; it la now full and complete, and S. 11. U hut we intend to retnedr the fires, we are at present without an InstituWatch km, Cloolcs ami Jewelry repaired price are lower than ever. II. K. Wearen. trouble if wo have to put on a line of our tion of the kind. But the mill company ami warranted bj IVmiy ft McAliater. are pressing their enterprise with vigor nnd - Town VVU. Muck of Fishing Tackle of all kind TillTruateea of HuatonTllle elect expect to have it in operation at an early now lie found nt 1'ennjr A McMi(erV ed aro L F. Sharp, W. can Jailed. A few daya ago A J. Cannon day II. William, T, J. LuMHEii. 1 liarntiijr m mill on Kel' old toll. T. Hush, a mire and colt for Itolilnaon.T L Cirpenterand J. W.IIotk Dra. Brown nnd Alcorn are ostensibly Creek, In running order now, ami am pre$125 and received the money. It turned attending the seaalon of the State Medical pared lo fill lil I In of lire or small quanti- erj John Haiti waa elected Police JilJge; out however, that the animals bilonged to Association at Louisville. As ties cither at Hie mill or !eltrercil. lloM. Kirneat Wood, Town Marahal. it is underJohn O, Neal aa trustee for Cannon's wife, stood Arrln. that thev entered into a compact not Owiko to Hie bad weather J. II. McCall and Mr. Hindi had a warrant issued for Ida to "tell tale out of school," il i not prob-abl- o PERSONAL haa been unable to go into the country, but (Ca ) armt for obtaining money under that we shall ever know the Inner hisbaa aold about forty of hia 'hearing chalra Mim H. 8. MYKiut went lo Ixmlarllle false pretense. He wai arrested in Mer tory of the performance. lootir bcit farmer here. They all aiy it cer and now in jail here. jralerdar to tlslt relatlte. Our Hank officers are engaged in re.Mn Ham Keukoui) and family, I ale of la Juat whit ia needed in handling ahcep, MARRIAGES. modeling the lower portion of the MasonHowling Urcn, hare looatrd litre iTirKMi that J. I. Doty la juat now unInvitations are out for the marriage on ic building in order to Gl it for their occuMimm Annik and Mlllaa Huchantn, der an evil atar. He lain jail here on aev-r- the lllh of Mi.u Gable C, daughter of 11. pancy, They will beableaoon to boast of were the jjtirstn o'f Miss Sallle limn. from aaaault to F.Good, Kq , to indictment, W.T. Ward, of Lexlng-ton- , a room well adapted to their want. A Mihuu. Jon II. Attn (Iko. Fish, of robbery, having running Juat been admitted to ball general disposition to improve private Ml. Vrrnnn, Tiallrd relallrr here till Mr, Thomas 11. Ayres, for many year property i beginning to manifest itself in In Garrard after a aojourn In Jul, charged week in the Kxprcas service on the Klchuiond our village and It is hoped we will -- Mm A. K Dr.NNV, of (larr.inl, haa with highway robbery. toon Branch, was married In Hlchmond, Wedbeen Iho ((""'of Mm. 0. A. Lack, llila a u likely that Lincoln will have a nesday morning, to Mian Nannie H. Hyrum, present 11. more healthy appearance. It week. J. Green told his harness horse Mim 8AU.tr. Fish, of Crnti Orrhard, colored aaplrant for the Legiahture. Geo. a young lady who ia highly spoken of by the much admired Dick to Mr. L. F. (1. Carpenter, W. Gentry la being urged, wo underatand, thoBo who know her. waa rtaltlnt; Mrs. Dr. J. We congratulate Sharp for $250. Mr. Sharp will offer him by friend a of hia own color nml kouic ol li Mr. llila week. Ar re that his bachelor life ia over and at the great horse sale lo come oil next M&wu. I ton hut IIaiiiiinii mid Uliaa. en", to make the race. Well, it ia alwut wiah the new couple lot of happinem week. Wc all feci a regret in parting with (!. J lodes, Dmrillo attorneys, weru line aa empty an honor aa they could bealow on MrAi.MTJiit Witiifim Tho long Dick. He had become a familiar feature llllll. jeter.lijr. talked or marriage of .Mr. J. W. McAlla-le- r of the place; and in view of his many ex Ai I expect to bo in tho tbia Mim Maiiy Mtkim Iim relumed from lo Mim Joaie Withers, youiigeU daugh- cellent qualities and hi own evident con a lengthy visit to Tetaa and Ktahrille, rcaaon, partita wiahing to eel I will make It ter of Hon. Horace K.Withem, took place at sciouaneM of hi worth, we all felt proud of lo their inteicat lo ace me. I want 100,000 hi residence near town, Tennease. at noon Wednes mm. I.ixzin Smith, of Danville, who pound. Will have an agent in Ltncaa-te- r day. Klder W. L William wni Mie officDon't believe the stories you may have Mitt again thla aeason. Will alwaya be iating clergyman nnd the spectators were heard a to the musical treat we had on haa been tiallni; Mr Utile Helm, left for found at my Livery and Silo Stable, Main confined to a very home yiatcrday. fewof the moat intimate Saturday night. The fact is that the boys MAtreiis Kiuue HTkhW.w and John Stret,Slanford, Ky. A. T. Nunnelly. See relative of the partiet. The bride waa were elated with the success of their favor 11. Mjem left yesletdsy to enter the Ken. adverllaement. clad in a handsome dre of white crepe dt ite candidate, Judge Hill, and after a jubitucky Military Initllule Mokton'h Hid 1 which gave audi a pat cAeneand her wondrous beauty never shono lant musical celebration of his victory, they Mn. I.iok llAsvr, of the firm of Mur-ril- l, (factory performance when here about a o brilliantly. Sweet of deposition, love- decided to drink his health. Like Arte- Cabbell A Co., Iiuiarille, la paying year ago, at our Opera Houae to- ly of face and aa confiding and aa inno- mus Ward, however, with a laudable purour merchanta a tierlodicsl visit. night Of cnurte every body who went cent as a child, we have long regarded her pose to mike Tom' health "aa robust as Mim I'annib IIrowjuno, of Lebanon, before will be aure to attend. Prices aa aa a paragon of her sex, and Mr. McAlis possible," is is said that several of tho later of Mr. Will Drowning, came up uaual, 25, 60 and 75. Heaerved eeataat ter deserve the warmest congratulations of member disturbed somewhat the equilibto ate him. lie la quite atck. the latter price, and ctn be had at the box his friends. He waa long connected with rium of their own. The result is that the Mim Hannah Faih, of Middlehurg, office and at Mclloberla and Stagg'e. lbs National Hank here a Director, Cash whole party hare "sworn off" and the Band is now to be regarded but and MImHOIIo Waters, of Georgetown Feier and President, but is now Caahier of A coiiHrnroNUENT who la deairoua of male Seminary, are visiting In llila vicinthe,, new Saxton National at St. Joe, Mo. not trcatctl as a close corporation for tbe acting himaelf in print, eenda ua a long ity. is a businesj mm of acknowledged advocacy of tin principle and practice of Mlsu Jeaknik Lackey, a Lancastrr letter, the moat important Item of which la He ability and will be a decided acquisition to total abstinence. a with her lick "Mr. So beauty, spent a few day and So haa eotted hi aweet pola- the SLJoe Hank. B0TLE COUNTT. After the bride hid aunt, Mr. W. M. Lackey, this week. toea." Now thla I atartllnir and eenaatlon- changed her dress to a becoming traveling Danville. Mb. F. It, Kei.and, of Anderaon, ia al, but aa our reader are not now paying There waa a called meeting of Tranmentioned a a auilable republican candid any repecial attention to that vegetable one, the piir left on the 1:16 train for their new home, taking with them the good sylvania Presbytery (Northern branch), Yeoate for Ilegiiter of the Land Office. we mint decline for that, and many other wishes of every body who know them. man. in Danville, Tuesday, the object being to Dlt. A.MIUEW KCAKOKNT, of Hopkins reaaona"too numrroua lo mention," to give change tbe time of meeting to the ISth of DEATHS apace to the production. Title, formerly reddenl pliysielan at the Fannie Metcaif, daughter ol Mr. and April each year. t, la in the city attending the Tun Central Kentuckr Medical AmocI City Maj. F. D. Higney, of Casey county, a Mrs. John Bright, died euddenly yeaterday Courier-Journallon will meet in Danville on Wednesday, "Slate Medical Society. candidate for the State Senate in this diswas suppnscd to be croup, aged 10 The Iexinlon7Vitnaeri) aaya that l)r the 18th intt.al 10 o'clock A. m., sharp. of what trict, was in Danville, Tuesday, looking af1'. W. Logan w' 'n thai city of few daya The opening paper will he read by Dr. A. years. She was alwaya delicile, but she ter his interests. He made a favorable Imdid not complain of being sick over twelve ago with a flew of purehaainx properly, It. McKec, on "Aneathetica in Libor " Dr. pression on thote he met. and building there. "lie ia rrpreaenud to II Itrown, Chni of Section, will report on hours before her death A bright nnd af Haising Irish potatoes is becoming a fectionate litllo creature, she waa the pet of ua to be a very scientific physician and ia the "Priigrcoa of Practical Medicine, of Increased importance with the family, who mourn her death so eadl. busincs e ideutly a cultivated Kenlleuian. We not and Mrdicat Pathology," Tli'we Boyle county farmers. Jerry C. Caldwell, will bs interred at 3 r. only bop he will conclude 10 abide in our hiving "voluntariea" will please make the Tho remains C. C Fox and W. F. Krana will each put Huflalo Cemetery. city, hut hope he will conclude lo build f.iet known In the Secretary, Dr. Steele M. in in forty acres The wheat crop ia not HoLTZci.vw.-Iiiformaliha been lUlley, before the hour of meeting him a new linuae" received of the death of Lettie Hollxclaw promising. Mr. Frank Cheek has returned from LOCAL HATTERS. ,l. When .Mr Hirnes waa in Norwich, Con- - at the home of her an near Itjlckow, Mo. .... It occurred on the 20 ih of March. She was Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he has been liu UIFnla IuIIab In ll.l daily. It conlinura to rain telling of the wonderful Ker of "Dr." united in marriage to Benjamin HoIlx:Uw attending law school. He has completed FixmtUA OiiAMit at 11. C HrightV Sweet in tmne setting, although xn unedu June 221, 1S39. They were both members hi studies, having graduated with honor. Perry Fisher, of Odell, Ohio, is regisKit rail or of mI l, lime and cement at cated man so far a aurgery la taught. Hon of the Biptist church at old Gilbert Creek. Mr. tered Ht the Clemens House. He is here T. J. McUibben, of Harrison, saw thla let- September 7lh, 18S0, it was the Lord's will OwaUy & SouV and havlog an (It red a Ion,; time,sent for to remove his spirit from earth to heaven. purchasing shorthorn cattle, and will buy Wanted Country Ilxxm, enHcinllr ter, the "Dr." who is now at hia Jiouee Col Shortly after his detth she went to Missou- a small farm if he can find one to auit him. houlden. II. C. llright. An exchange fiend in Danville noticed Craddcck, of the True Kaitudian, who waa ri. She left nine children tasiy: the other day In reading one of Hrotber Deareat unllier thou hut leltua, All kinda of eetd Irtali polatoea and on- hnrt by Jumping oil the car, haa alao put Hemes' London letters, that immediately We thy Imi Jo Jerply leel, ion aU at Onelev ft Son'a. himrelf under hia treatment. Advertising Yet again wc kopa to meet Ibee, after hearing the preacher in Westminster pays, no matter how it is accomplished. (lutein all our sorrowa heal. A. C. A. Abbey call upon tho Lord to send in wool IK you want the bealeupcr TlIK Columbia Spectator haa this to aay carpel! go to J. W. HaydenV these latter days a prophet after tbe style RELIGIOUS. of a character here: "Jo It. old Jeremiah, that ho (Bro. H ) imme1'UI.I. atock lloya' and Cbildren'a ready The Herald says tho meeting conduct- of Hughes la the name of one of the thieves diately nominated himself for the position. made clothing at Ilruce, Warren ft CoV ed in Klchmon J, by Iter. S. X Hall, haa arrealcd for horse stealing by Mr. L. U Wakefield ft Farris bought of Madison closed with 18 additions. Don't fail lo ate the handsome deatgna Hurl, a few days ago. He was born and 0 work horse for the Nearly $10,000 have been uubrcribed county parties, In Tea, Dinner and Chamber Seta at II. C. raised in Lincoln county About eleven price from $75 to $130 for the new Methodist church at Mt. Ster- Southern market years ago bo shot and killed a negro in llrighl'a. three from Mercer county dealers at ling. The ladies of the church propose to Stanford and waa sent to the penitentiary from $30 to $130- -7 broke mules 14 hands Foil Balk. Two haodaome residence raise $2,500 more. The building will for life, but after serving n year or two he high $100 per head. Price Hudson, of the Will ell very cheap. Stanford, Dec. 25, begin in a short time. probably waa pardoned by Gov. McCreary. S .me firm of Kcoggin, Hudson ft Co., Louisville, '82. W.CralB. time after he waa released he stole a buggy Is in Boyle county, buying saddle and bar LAND, STOCK AND CROP. Don't forget the place for Kuwell Coun- and horse and waa returned to the penitenThe proprietors of the Lincoln Mills nesa horses for the New Orleans market ty Ilraiiltan Sweet 1'olatoca for need and tiary for three years, and served until laxt He Is paying good price. want to buy wheat. table ua). W. II. Iliggma. August when he made bis escape, and since Tho passenger train which should New York, Apiil d Ueeves, receipts that lime he has been roaming all over Ilituce, Wauiien ft Co , with the 3.070 held; market dull but firm at have reached Danville at 8:40 Wednesday aprlng stock in town, are atill In the the country." Mr. Hurl took bim back to $1 per head to 10c per cwt. lower; extremes night, did not arrive until 2 a. m. Passenfield. Itead their "ad" and go to ee them. tho penitentiary and got the usual $50. $0.157 80 per cwt. live weight, with the gers state that the delay was caused by rocks being piled on the track between ClltcuiT Court hss been principally oc- general business at $0.G07, ifvEHY body knowa how excruclatfngly Nicholaaville and High Bridge. It is sin100 cattle on the marI' A mi CouitT cupied since our last issue in the trisl of funny Johnnie Morton waa when here beket, not very good, best selling at $5 85 per gular but nevertheless a fact that no matfore, lie is funnier than ever now. See Win. Shadoan for the murder ol Dr. Bell, cwt., all sold; 60 or CO broke mules brought ter what happens on this road a newspaper a Confederate Surgeon o( Tennessee, and him and be happy. minion, no matter how facinatlng hi ways, Jarae M. Held, a soldier who waa sick and from $100 lo $200 per head. Horsea sold can learn no particulars from any of the (ideation now agitating the mind a with him. The murders occurred in 1802, very high, from $30 to $125. Tile The Cincinnati cattle market Is firm at road employes. They will not talk. They of the goadpa hereabout), ia, which of our the day after the battle of Perry villc. The young preachera waa referred to by our Dr. and the soldier had dined on their prices ringing from 2 for common to 0 cultivate reticence. Your uncle Jamer Cowan has remov Crab Orchard correspondent in laat iatue. march at Mr. Milton Itaney's,and just after for best. Stocker sell readily at i to 0. ed his Tonsorial Saloon to tbe room imme lemput omnia racial. they left Jim Oridewater, John and Win. Hoga aie in demand at prjees ranging from 01 lo 8 Sheep range from 4 to 0 diately over Farris aud Gentry' grocery Anotiicii Old Vktehan Gone. Mr. Shadoan, Jim Harris and KJward lode corner, 3d and Main streets. Jim, besides and Iambi at 5 to 0 cent Dan. K. Garrard tella ua that a letter from up lo the houie to find them gone. They possessing rare conversational power, and proceeded after them and in a short lima eWnTS. NOTES OFCURRENT home inform him that Frank Duirn, one being unrivalled in his line, has hi walla Win, Shadoan returned and said he had of the few remaining aoldlera of the war of The National debt waa decreased decorated with two worka of art which 1812, diet! In Clay county, laat week, aged shot one of the men through ami through. last month, sgainat a reduction in would pay any traveler to stop and to see, nlnctr-alx- . It waa alao proved that a watch, a ring March 'S3, of $10,000,000. they belnu a magnificent representation of und hi money waa taken from the body ol Jtidgo Birr, of IheU, S Court, deci- the battle of Buena VUta, and a scene The Grind Jury played a good trick on tho Surgeon. Mr. C. Vanov liI Squire ded at Pdduoah, that the negro childien from Byron' Mazeppa as rvpiesented by the dodgera by announcing that liter bad Petrey were examined as to whether Shad- should have equal share in the Common Adah Isaac Menkln adjourned. They did adjourn for a week, oan belonged to the army, and they aay School fund of Owenaboro, with the white "Away we weut luy lUfrl soil I." but WeJneaday they came up again and that Ihey saw him on the day of the Per- children. Thero is uo avowed democratic canaucceeded In catching up with IS of thnae ry villa battle aud he told them that he Wahle, late postmaster of Cincinnati, didate yet in Hoyle couuly for the Legislafor whom they were looking, and found bad been excused. The questions in the demanded $50,000 from tho Gaxctte Coiuua-ny- , ture. Several gentlemen would like to anagalnat them. Thin makea 60 caso weiewhuther ho was ever a soldier and for damage to his character; but a dis- nounce themselves, but they don't know found at llila term of the Court. tho whether they can "make il" or not. I The reception of Mim Julia A. Hunt, if he was not, did afteramntBty law pissed criminating jury concluded the damage exactly know by the Legislature the war cover hia amounted to $5 only, They that to be elected they will by our citizen amounted to almoat an ova- case. JiiJerjauUey and Col. lull argued A big scheme ia being prepared for have to gain the support ol tbe "immoral" tion, A large houte greeted her in "I'earl for the defense and F. F. Hobbilt aod Mr, next Cong It i u ship canal through as well aa the "moral" classes, the "intem of Savor" andTueaday night In "Florinel" Warren for the Commonwealth. After Florida, connecting the Gulf of Mexico perate" a well aa the "temperate," and too her new play, there waa almoat a jam. The lung coniultatlon the Jury went off on the with the Atlantic. It will cost $10,000,-00- of that class who think the party who latter ia one of the beat of the latter day amnesty proposition mid acquitted Shad make so much pretension either way, ia and needs watching. draniaa and the leading character ia oan, though it waa a batstly. cowardly Nothing is certain in politics except simply disgusting, MoiiAUTY, &c, are adapted to Misa Hunt' charming murder of a couple of defenceless soldier. that a good many candidate are disap- "bos." virtues, but It Is almoat time the atyle of acting. Her aupport fa really Shadoan married a sister of Squire IMrey, pointed. Six month ago it seemed certain democracy of Hoyle are making common , and the Combination from the who it is said went crstr afterwards. He that Proctor Knott would be our next gov- sense their polar alar, if they do not wish "Advance" to the "1'roperty Man" are all Is a miserable looking creature and is said ernor Now it don't seem certain to seo their political opponents put In the Louto be guilty of many other ciiiuea. agreeable and pleaunt people, man of their choice. Don't forget this. isville Post. r. oor. 15 (1 "cua-lng-m .-n m wool-trad- e -- Mall Train, Dailr. ranea Stanford gnlng Nnrlh . . " " " Bouth.. . A.T. Nunnelley aweet polatoea far sred at A. Owsley -- The Democratic 'Greenback Anion ticket ha carried Michigan by 6,000, according lo tho lateat estimate. In Detroit the Democratic ticket I elected by an overwhelming msjorllr. Holh cltlt. in the Saginaw valley elect Democratic Mayors, In a quarrel over the love of a nymph da pare at St. Louf Wednesday, Albert Wing shot Joe Glenn twico in the head, death Imlantly. Wing waa for mcrly from Greenville and Glenn from South Carrolllon, Ky. ilolh are highly Sheriff Ji'hn M Meter ha, returned t from Liberty, whither he went to Oaborn Bailey, a colored gcntlemtn, who got Inloa little law suit there with the while folk, on account of a horre. Oaburn ha apprehension that the suit will go sgainat him Meanwhile he i a guest in the cattle at Liberty, which is more noted for il strength thsn It architectural beauty eit-or- skit AnnnTHKJirm. DAVE YANDELL mORTOW'S nntiowNKn JL sjatj2i?sS Will J permllleit to eerts ten or fifteen aprrofed marea al my itaMa 1 mllea frnm HitnfMd on lbs Knah lJk pus at MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT -- Gh rood. to F L Managed by John B. fish. Thompson's for cheap lum- Janie Marel ha brgun hauling ber for the erection of hi chair factory at this place. Jim is an indiitriotl boy and will make this biisine a snecea if any one I have just received a large, new stock of good , which I will fell cheap for cash. Country produce taken In exchange at the highest market price. Call and examine my goods and you will be satisfied. F. L. Thompson. J. K Vowel ha torn an ay the old building in front of hi new residence. In its stead ho will have a nice yard when the ground is leveled. Hi new house la about finished. That part of town ha a widely different appearance from what it had a month since. There is a great deal of sickness in our midst at this lime, mostly cases of fever. Mi Clco William and Clara Whitehead have been very sick this week, but we are glid to say are much better. Mrs Dr. Brown and D. O. Pointer, whu hare been down some time, are also improving. The case of the Commonwealth ir. James Bishop and othirs, Is being tried at London thl week. The attorney from thla place are J. K. McClary, J. W. Brown and Isaac A. Stewart for the defense; Cot, Sam M. Burdctt for the prosecution. The trial began Tuesday nnd will probibly last have all thl week. About 100 witnewe been summoned In thl case. J. Hinlbaraer i the name of the warden who shot tbe negro convict last Sunday. He was arrested at the depot list Monday by James White, deputy sheriff. He had got on tbe train somewhere down (he road and was coming to town to git e himself up to the county judge. In default of $1,000 ball he waa committed lo jail. Hi examining trial is ret for Saturday next While in Stanford Tuesday night, I had the pleasure of seeing "Florinel" played by Mis Julia A. Hunt and troupe, and was very much pleaaed with their rendition of that beautiful play. I can say with out hesitation that it waa the best performance I ever saw in Stanford, While Miss Hunt is the best actress, she is not by any means the most beautiful member of her troupe. can. B4 1HIVOMTIEH Specialties at the Will appear In their wonderful Nonsensical, Quia- ileal, Sensational, Sparkling and Amusing $10 to Insure Colt. a (who waa a Irothrr In Ithan Allen Lanraand Storkbrlde fliW,i by Mill's llHrk llswk, oritrldgepnrl VI he by Hhermtn and he Telearam'a dam bylbo ilclnslj sun Morgan l daw by Boyd M Nary. Jr Jd dam br Wlilpp , Van-de- ll lHWrillpTinU AMUH l'JjHKF.-i- at will be yeara old thetothnfMay, I handa I Inch, blood liay wtl h heavy mane and tall and wtll mike wben fully developed a magnlflcect hsrte. Hired by Teltrrani, ha by I n ik Wollird; li by by Weiy time 1.1 , Pate Yandel'a dam l a flee nawMht-- l mare from Woodford county end ol unknown ped-ltt- e now Kit I wlllh able to get It In a ibort 2m H. II. (KOW, Stanford, Kr. Fancy Boy! Jj 2Pf Will make the present season si my stidle, on the old liiorllle pike, A miles from Lancaster, al Fancy Hoy la Dceerlptlon STANFORD OPERA HOUSE (tin. teera FRIDAY, APRIL Don't fall to attend. A G. 8tagg'a. Iteserreil tenia at McRob-ert- a old thla Vprlng, i htnde 5jiitA-.Vhigh, alreil by Intram'a i. SMiT nn I ho by the CaMde hnrso,and lias proven hlmirll to be a good breeder. I will also eland &mmm2JBr ,r jiriiiirlt amahnrinr bar. 1 j TWO OOOD .TACKS. GRAND PUBLIC SALE EIGHTY TheunJerstfnM will make a joint public tale at I'taDYlilf, on Thursday, April 19, 1883, OfaboutSOhiadof llorsos. embracing Itotdstera, uenuemcnv unvera. eaiidirra. comtiinm rain. earefully-M-lette- d 8talllona and Marts A well-breand annerlor lot or ttnrlr. Annie in either of tha undersigned, or Marra A English for cata logues. t'KC'll. IlltOTIIKUM A It UK, v.. . IJI-I- if V HORSES. llKECIIF.n, S years old August 50, 18M ISJi hsnds high, half brother to s'rlnce. Will terra marra at QM to Insures colt lour months old. JIM full lblt, dark Iron graylsck, n hands and wlil aerre niirea at $S to Insure toil four months old. All mirealradtd before the fact It ascertained lor-fethe teaton, The progeny of all tho aboto atock will be responsible lor the aeafjn. M-- ti wji.iuiitiu.r. W. T. QUEEN, STAIVroitl, KY., Dealer In lIUUl'i; IIAKI.AX. - Stanford Female With College. Groceries, Hardware, QUBBNSWAnu, STANI'imil, KY. a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL THE BBANCUES OF A Thla Institution will open Ita Thirteenth 8eaalon onth!d Monday In September next. Harness and Saddlery, JMLOWS iu-t- THOROUGHENGUSHCOUBSE Are taught, aa well aa r WAG ours. STANFORD. KY. nar MDBIC. THE LANODAQES, DBAW-INAND PAINTING. O MYERS HOTEL, E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr af TERMS MODERATE. UO; rreparatxuy, Hus-tonrll- In Tuition, prices range from 129 to ISO In tb regular Departments. Primary, 125; Intermediate ftt, and Collegiate, 160. For full particulars, aa to Board, HHN. 8. C. TltllKIIEAKT. Principal, Hotol Still Maintains Muting of Senatorial Committee. Stanford, Lincoln Co., aty. High Reputation, The members of the Democratic Com18th Senatorial District, AND mittee of the which is composed of tbe Chairmen of the Its Proprietor it Determined that County Committees of Casey, Boyle, Garou uo accoaa to no uountrr Hotel in the State in its Fare, rard and Lincoln, will meet at my office in Appointments, or AttenStanford, at noon on Saturday, April 14th, tion to Comfort of to consider and fix the time and manner of their Guests. selecting a candidate to fill the vacancy in Senate caused by the death of Hon. Robert Baggage will bs cornered to and from Ihedrpot W. G. Welch, Blain. rfoi tbarga. Special accommodationsbe l to Commercial Trarslen. The liar will Com Chm. Sen. Stanford, April 6th. alwaya supplied with the tbolcest braadaofLlijioreasd Cigars. Ac address This Old and Well - Known its CHAMPO! LN AUVLUTISKJthSTS. Piiy-aivl- And Matter Conimlis'oner Rockcaitle CircultCourt Will practice in tbe ltockoitli Courli. a specialty. Office In Court-hous- e. UAM M. MT. VEIMtOM, KY Collet-tio- FISH. J. A.ttonioy jvt JCrvw. II y 131 The fine Imported Norman Stallion, will make the teoon of lht-- at tbe stable of J. M. Wray, at "1'lnk Cottage." 1V mllea Irom Stanford, ST ASAPH HOTEL. w. s, mmi -- on BUItDETT, AT $15 THE SEASON, 825 TO INSUItE A COLT! 1 m LANCASTER, KY. Champolaa dark gray, 17 handa high, weighs Will piactire In Oarrartl ami adjoining counties 1,600 pounds and la 3 years old tbe 29 in of May IJI-landCouilofAppcala. next. He Is of Due st j Jo and action, good In the loins, well ribbed and largo body, with anouldera; head and neck well tet on. lie waa Imported by a V. Stubblfield A Co., ot lilooinlng-toKIGXKY, MAJ. F. 111., September M. 182 KS-- tl 18th VK.Y sfc WAKEFICLII. or Casey, la a candidate lor State Senator, Dutrlct.iul'Jcctlo the action of tbe democratic AT XiA"V, I. rnorniBTOii, J r'x- A-B- OTAIYITOIBI, - - ICY. Hiring bad thla Hotel TWO FINE JACKS. I am standing two floeJackaat nir stalls, fire miles North ott3tanrord,at ALLAH GLENCOE! two-pl- y My Combine-- ! Stalllon.wlll From basement to garret, stand the present aeaaon at X to Keep il in u Strictly my ttabie,2 mllea South-weat- of 1'irxt-CIas- .s lIuttonTllle on tbe Manner, Htutoiullle and l.'berty And leare nothing undone that will add to ibe roau a& Kci'iiri.i8l.cl and ItcJItlcd intend $8 to Insure a Colt. Miuayduewhrn the colt la foaled. Trading the Are offered uiaro forfeits the Insurance and makes lha etason due. Lten retained on tba colt till aeaaon ia paid SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS brown, of a Abdallali (I lenco la It hauda, 4 yeara old, aired br Imp, Talrrmo, bone and muscle aod la a beautlNtsaddle bone; One To patronlae me, at I haro crery contenlenre.iuch baa It natural (tbe tire ol Caldwell's fine Jack) and out ol a Supetrack In 2.(513 with aa NICK 8 AM l'LKUOOMS, Ac, for their uie. trotted on a rior Mammoth Jeonet. only two months' handling, lie haa produced aume of the lineal boraea In ihebtata and a larger per to and from cent, of extra valkere than any borto I know; Baggage Transferred waa tired by Jo. Elmo, he by Alexander'a Abdal. the Depot free of charge, by aired br I. is kinda. a reara old.Surprise. Win. t Uubhle'a lah, he by llambMonlan; Jo. Kluio'e dammat-- It permitWill gray Jack; aams dam aa Mambrlno Messenger; be by Marabf loo 1' y aire me a call. W.N. rilANCIH. r, Jo, Abdallah'a lit dam by Willi I); he by ted lo aarvs a limited number of good mares. foreigner; be by Imp. Ulenco; 3d dam out of a Come and see my Jacka and colls Ut-8- 1 and Bua-satlKEKNUEKUY IIKIUIIT. thoroughbred, known at the Double-bea- d mare: Willis D.'a lit dam Starlight, by Cherokee; his dam by Imp. Ulenco; Starligbl'a lit dam by Woodpecker. KzS2ifr ftlOTOINKUKE COMFORT A OF MY GUESTS. COZ.1, SURPRISE Commercial Travelers V70NDER! big-ge- ON TIME! Ja VQ k Mr i Abdallali Messenger! to-d- j . re. 0, eape-dall- y lted bay ttilllon; 16 hands; loaled 1878, bred by Cbaa. Dunn, htanford, Ky , tlrnl by Meaaenger Chief, lire of Maud Mrwuger, retort), 133-1K. N. 1'UH'liLl, lIuitoUTllle. Marrel, record. 2.28, Abel Abdal. lah, trial, 2.23.',; fins, trial, 2.23; ItenaC.,:.20galt,ataycaraoId, MatlleMcl)., At aams place, I nlli aland three Jacks. 2.20 gait at a yeara old, Maggie stewart, 2.10 tail al 3 ytuivld, aud other niomitlng ooct. litdaiubu-ti- e by nentlnel, 2 iv?:,, and tbe lire of Von Aruliu, 2.I9H; Annette. 2 2 T A.2 2C, Young fentl The flue partuerihlnjack.wtll aerie uarta at uci, viTauuiere, i.v?., tllguon, 2.V111 Ca- t Irs nd sentinel. 1 J JO lor a lack colt aud 110 Tor a Jennet. Mil foul. lull brother to Volunteer, lbs sire of St. Jullra, 2.1 1),; at IO, and Onbei at DM. Collaatlluiured lo weaulDie time. If a mare la tlloater. 2 17; Alley. 2:19; llojiue. Drlier, 2. l&'-i- ; Hunter. i.Mt; Amy, traded or removed baton) foaling time, the Insurand a acore ance la forfeited and acaaun uiuil ha promptlr timore In t he 2.30 claaa. Mdnu Kitty Utters, lha ep rasrea a tled. When grata It tumclent twill ncord, 3 00; dim of itertle (ilrl, lew weekeat 11.60 and Jcoueu at ft per mouth; to record, 2.37, aod lha graodsui of Maud be paid whan atock la taken out. The coin held record, 2.2M,, by Aleaaoder'a The only lloe runnings Abdallah, the aire olOolJsmllb Maid. 1:11, llosa-Ho- d, bound for lbs aeason, but my cuttomera,wllh very f exceptions, pay we promptly without lbs ben-ttt- PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING 0A.BS 2.21,, Tborodale. 2.22H, Almont. Abdallah 1'ilot, Ac., Ac. 3d dam by Ibid Jacket, (tire of the that lien, l'rompl itrtontl atteutlon will be 111 ten lo tbeaccouiiuodatlouand Inlcreal of my dim of Kentucky Wllkra, 2 il. aad the graudam 0fboBo,2-17)i- . and ItedWIltd, .Ire oU'blflhoujp- but not liable lor accldenla. aon, April o, KM. I.KV1 1IVHULC recoru.zzi.t uy (.umet; oy oner- man Morgan, the aire of aruioul HUck Hawk tbe aire of Ktlian A lien and niau J othi r trot ten, lied yaox Jackct'a dam waa sired by a lo lllack ! Hawk, aibdiiu an extra road mar brought froui the North by W L. Vaote, of Mercer eounty, and aald lo hoof Mettesger blood teutlueland Ales-andeAbdallah are bolh br ltrtdrk'a llaiuble-Ionia- n, Thla una Norman Stai' the graodilre of Maud b.. Z.10W, and lbs Hon will uiaka the present aire of Dealer. 2.I7 Nettle, 2 IS, tfraoge. (Ilrl, teaaoaatU.il. liaugumau'a Uaaalle, 121, ay llould, ttlW, and 30 others Alan-for- d, rail ttable, I mile irom with record of 30 and better. Mtueugrr Chief al Connecting la aams with faat tralna tor waa tlied by Abjallah IMot.ilreot 11ckard,2il8t; lted Jim, itcord, 2 2a. lit dim la II. Thouiaa, tire ot lo lieu. ecoll'a Tboiuaa, 1 1 , by Uauibrluu Urtwuger, air oILa.lusxl, 2S, 2ddauby Mambrlno Chief, Woudlord tlleof to Lynchburg, Dan- - 2.2IK; Udy "lioiu, 2 1H;and others, Mambrlno, The Direct Nambrlna i'atcheu 3d dam by Imp. Maivhou. h'ngllsU Hunter, Ac Abdallali jsorioiK, Unwiiir will make lbs aenaon of Idol at Cbaa. Dunu'e. 2K mllea Irom rJtautird. on Kush llranch 1 A Slke. mile frwa btaufuid Uanrille plka.al U aod from Lauraiiar A 30 to Thla Combined Stallion will make tba present auauro a maro in oai. uoney uue aa aoou aewon at J. K. Uaugbtaan'a atatls, 1)4 lullee from aroints. aa lha fact Is ascertained. Marea that bars public lluitonillle, st For tickets sud further Information, apply to records of 1 30 or better, or such as hare pruduied your neareat ticket office, or adJrcu uutters with rccvrdsol fcso or belter, may bs bred A free ol lharte, Addreat - n saddle Thta boras will ataud the rr.t-eaeaaon at my liable at 9 to. Ou Tlma waa aired bj stonewall Jackson; dam graudain by HelMhataiuj Frank. My Fine McElroy Jack rA rii"j'ar 'THREE JACKS! Will atand at the lame plate on tba rime terioa. lie la about i hauda high and tupraren himaelf to be a dnt-clu- a breeder. I refer you to the following geutleuien at to the breeding of the ahies atock: J J. Drje, J, K. Uaughman, Wru. Dodd, L. Y Sharp, J. V. UlttV, llustonillle, E. II. Burnslde, tuniord, Ky. I can furnish paiturae at reasonable ralea. l;iii; PR.I3NTOB! $tt; E Mark lliltrk Kentucky's Itouto East .i, nl 2,l,: Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PHIL SHERIDAN $15 to Insure Colt. a solBTtrain LouUillIc, C'!mciiihhUhii(iL.i?x iiiKiaHt ity.. dtol WASHINGTON CITY. a 3sro77- yox'is:- Route viae, ABDALLAH MESSENGER! All Virginia and North Carolina i $12.50 TO INNUHK COLT. At tame place, will alto atanj firat-claaa- TWO GOOD JACKS, One at 1 f 10 aud the other at IS to luiure a colt. MAVUHMAN HKN. V. W. NM Ua&'l Managvr, JAMI1N V. KKNtiT. Ueul. ealein Agent, 310 W. Malta Nt., LoulsillU, Ky 1T1I, H. W. Kl'LLKK, Ag"t. Uen'l 1'aaa'r ttUbmouJ, Virginia, WILLIil O. DUNN, Co., Ky, olanlord, Uni-olMkasaaaiU ValsCK.by Meuengrr Chief, dam by Akalde,(ilrs of llylai, 2.JIK. Knlgws, 2:16: lancy Day, 2 30, Ac ,) vlll usk the aeatou ol IWd at 1'ounl Vol', firyanlirlllv, Ky., at 113 lo lutura a inert In fuel. W.U. V, with prpftt dignity, " if you don't behave yon Mil not liAvo n singlo pea for ). ICY. dinner, nnd ns wo shan't havo anything clto jou'll bo likely to go hungry." April 0,1883 Friday Moraisg, "Pooh! who could atop mo,H. ho retorted contemptuously, but censing his tricks. imi.iiuiT. It happened to bo Jetty's holiday, nnd R USB IMSUS. If tho whole forenoon was devoted to leads, WIM41, IWul J, I t, btetlt-efor that wonderful' dinner of 1110 lb peMllit tj Of day. . Dread nud butter and peas wcro Ihe (raytfct ef ill colon bed.e To them sett circumstance, fair ilsy ,10 bo tho bill of faro ; nothing else For porpeeeleee actllltlee The table was spread with tho beat And aLdAr.e.t damask and china, relics ot better days, IT? eWa ratnJ la Ilk bit drcM and at last camo tho important moment, Ko o it nn IK rolut when Jettv, having gono through as Kowene'e (Kilt la like the ely- i Hanging, dnuMfn, rlrh; tumultuous uncertainties as did Mrs. a sign And conerl.tire, lilt the Dob Cratchit over her Christmas pudtelle not wllcls le lilek That ding, was ready to tako to tho tablo the 1 take noma vagrant (mil (nr guide big bcwl of steaming peas, buttered nnd Rwectbtlrr, ll'io, mignonette, seasoned to n turn, nnd sending forth an Woodbine, hawthorn, violet And wander far and wide, odor delicious enough to tempt tho Homolcr, nanielere kltb nor kin King ot Hybaris, or law above mo nor within, "Oh, golly 1" ejaculated Jack, flourwayside llilngi I gladly greet, Dal ishing liis long arms, which so jicrsis-tentl- y Aa of toy blood'e moat cherlebel etreln. grow beyond his jacket sleeves. Tby feed ma with foi bidden tweet J Though drawn apart, I'm tbeire again. "How good thoy smell I " 1 klaa Iba eUrr, I rlaap the sky, "Don't they?" said Kate. "Jim, And wlthhe clouds on !r. did you over smell anything that mado 1 bare defied humanity, Tor you so hungry ? " And put a lower veeture on; " Hungry," retorted Clare. " I should Dead thin ja tiara living tcnguee for m In deaerte t am not alone. think anybody might bo hungry; it is Though outcast, relwl, renegade. an hour past dinucr-timo.- " Dark datura makatli toa amende. " My month fairly waters," went on Iter eprlnge tabooed yield ma eweet aid Her rrratnrra are my Mcret fritndi Jack. " I wish, Jetty, you'd get along ST-ITFOiaX- m Mtcklnlnltrbrlflnmal -- ".ln-k,- lliohoal aomo (ton onirs of childhood, which of tho family snid over fountains of his opened tho long-scale- d lovo. It was from this cause, I suppose1, it camo about that ho- went out of his usual way homo to walk by tho Westart cottago; nnd tho sound of weeping nnd wailing had brought him to tho window. I cannot protend that their nuclo proved nlways tho plensantest and ruoit flcxihlo of men to get on with, but nt least thcro was no more worry nlout poverty in tho littlo cottage, andwhen matters between Jack nnd his uuelo got tumultuous, ns thoy occasionally did, Jelty nlwnys contrived somehow to bring things out smooth again. So that altogether n worso misfortune might havo overtaken tho four oqihans tlinti men (ho loss of their dinner of peas. Hoslor. licipatcd Cniirler. l'K VVLl.ilt fATUUSTM 1 tlX Bearup k Garrotter aro gusnltcrs in Grand street, New York. Christian Angel was arrested nt Detroit for refusing to support his family, and Christian Whnsou for burglary, Mr. Kansas Nebraska Bill lives e.t Baybrook, CL Mr. Bill was born in tho a excitetimo of tho ment, nliout , 18XJ or 185 1, when tho a bill was everywhero discussed, and his father, James A. "Bill, named him Kansas Nebraska. Ho has a brother, Lcoomptou Constitution Bill, and another, Jefferson Paris Bill. Michael Sir Shepherd liven as Bford, England. When his mother was bidden, "Name this child," shi enrtesied nnd replied : " Michael, sir," and Michael Sir it was. An old Irish song re. cords a parallel case, w hero a dog, answering to tho nnmo " Dennis," was making himself too busy at tho christening, nnd had to be checked by tho mother, with tho result described: What'e hie name?" raja the prlul ; " Diwn, Den- nil,"" Mjaibe; Kansas-NebraskKansas-Nebrask- . A nnvit rr.rr. I -- , rjnir-athlc- gu; creee-roaJ- hill-to- Scritntr't .Vadailnt, a little faster." arnn A VISSElt Or VEAS. 1 "I 1 would, if you'd keep your long " Alas ! for tho vanity of human hopes nud the emptiness of human expectaNobody over know exactly how tions it happened, but by the slipping of her foot or the unsteadiness of her hand, or by some dreadful combination of both, Jetty let tho big chiua bowl full, and tho dinner of peas was deposited, a green heap, in tho middlo of tho kitchen tloor, So Down llenn'i ttutgrudJery they chrUteneJ ln. with tho dish turned upside down in the matter." Doctor Willard Bliss is tho namo ot " Wo have plenty of you, at any rata,' middlo of them. Dr. D. W. Bliss, who attended Presi-de"Oh, thunder I" retorted Clare, the- third sister, rushing Garfield. Ho was so christened "Oh, Jetty 1" to tho rcscuo of puss. after Dr. Willard, who presided at his "Oh, Jim 1" " Wo'll all go over after supper," Jetbirth at Auburn nearly fifty years ago. Exclaimed in concert Jack, Claro and ty continued, too absorbed in thinking Tho Rov. Ebcuczcr Bholanatli Bhoso of tho peas to notice, tho threatened Kato. Then thcro was an instant ot lias been appointed curat o of St. An. silence, and then a low, pro- drow's, Bethnalgreen, London. Bquabblo betjpeen Jack nnd Clare, "and terrible Claro pick thcmM'Wr Gardner said to tako longed howl camo from Dick. Tho Rov. William Napoleon Barleyjust aa many mVo could possibly cat, began to sob lustily and Kato to cry corn has been sent to Fernando Po as a for tho family will bo gone a v.cckt and softly, while Jetty sat staring at tho missionary by tho English Primitivo heap of peas in stony silence, as if she Methodists. tho peas will only spoil on tho vines." could cat n bushel, I know," re- were transformed into marble with horMr. Arthur Wellington Waterloo is nn ror. marked Jack. y surgeon in England. "Oh, Jetty," sobbed Claro; "how "You won't pick half a pint," put in Mr. Eldcrsley Clinton Dorlard do Clare, who felt tho snubbing of Jack to could you? Oh, it is too cruel 1" Clements keeps a laundry at Detroit. "Jim," niiiil Kate, trying to keep back bo her especial duty, " though there's Miss Paulino Costlo Garden, aged 2), no donbt you'll eat plenty when wo get her teari, " don't look that way. It was picked up in tho rotunda of Costlo isn't really any matter, of course." them." Garden on tho night of the Fourth of "Rcftl'.r tiny matter 1" cried Jack, "There, children," interposed Jetty, July, named by Supt. Jackson, and witu tiio motherly air wnicii sue as- a rage. "I'd liko to know what you sent to tho refugo on Ward's island. sumed as tho head of tho family. call any matter I" Messrs. Nova Zembla and Adamant"Don't be always sparring. Jack, go "Oh, I'm really starving to death," ine Johnson aro residents of St. Louis, and get mo a riail of water, and you, moaned Clare. " Oh, those beautiful, Mo. Claro, set the table. Jim, you toast the beautiful peas 1" Miss MazinGraco Brooks is a resident By this timo tho tears wcro streaming ot Kansas City, Mo., bread." her pious mother It was one of the peculiarities ot tho down Jetty's face, and tho entire family having named her (by ear) out of tho family that tho two older girls called were gathered around tho peas, seated hymn-boo- k : " Mazin grace, how sweet on tho floor and lamenting in company. each other "Jim." tho sound I" "Perhaps wo could scoop up tho top," WThenMrs.Westart,thopale,iiigh-ured- f Dr. Theodoro Ledyard, of Now York little widow, who had kept poverty from suggested Kato, hopefully. "They'll bo city, used to bo Dr. Theodoro Ledyard tho door by dint of killing herself with clean and nice." Smith, but obtained permission from the So spoons were brought and rjuito a toil at her pen, at last succumbed and Court of Common Fleas to drop tho left her four children alone in tho world, respectable portion of tho heap was lost name. Ho gavo as a reason that tho neighbors immediately full to spec- restored to tho dish, a state of things "it is his ambition and hope to become ulating whether their Uncle John, who which quieted Jack nnd Clare, nnd re- master ot his profession, and to build had cast off his sister wheu she dared to stored something liko serenity to the o up and establish a distinct individuality purty. marry against his wishes, would come in his practice, and ho fears that becauso But fato never does a thing by halves, to their aid, or whether the poor things of tho great number of doctors named and this timo it was Kato who dropped would be forced to go to tho Smith that name will hinder hit. iu Ids Neither of thoso things happened. When tho dish sho held while Jetty carefully object." Farmer Gardner, with kindliest intent, spooned into it such p: as as sho could Tho lato Mr. Lewis Hamilton, of Ken offered Jack a placo in his family to savo from tho general ruin. tucky, left flvo children Mr. London "Oh, Jim 1" grow up as hu own sou, ho was perhaps Judgo Hamilton, Master Southern Soil "Oh, Jim 1" as much surprised ns he was disapHamilton, and Misses Avcuuo Belle, "Oh, Kato 1" pointed when Jetty answered him, very China Figure and Hebrew Fashion Cuss it "Darn it! Thunder! simply, but in a way that left no doubt Hamilton. Blast it I Thcro 1" shouted Jack, defithat her decision was final : COMI'OHTAUZ.r UBATUP. " Of courao wo thank you, Mr. Gard- antly. Ho had a story which he told with tho Tho awful profanity ot this speech ner, and I know how good an offer it is dullest exaggeration of detail, about an for Jack ; but I promised mamma I'd startled and shocked tho girls beyond occasion when ho was out shooting, and, keep tho family together, and of course measure. "John Frenant Westart I" Jetty said, sitting down on n bank to rest, found wo couldn't let him go." that ho had perched himself on n horKeep tho family together Tho good rising to her feet with a white face, and speaking in n voice whoso sternness car- net's nost. Tito bank was tunneled by town's people were shocked and them ; and, an hick would have it, ho and expressed their astonishment ried terror to tho heart of tho culprit. had seated himself Ujion and thus closed anil Lmpprovul fruukly enough to each "What would mother say if sho could this min- tho only exit nvailablo for tho imprishear you swear ? Go To voice them to Miss Jetty other. oned insects, no dared not get up lest WfMart, as, however, a lerw different ute, and don't show your face again unthey bliould swarm out in a body and til you can talk liko a gentleman." tho pole little run.', fur had loft tho room, sting him to death. There wero millions t'ii-Without a word, Jack t tosilenco tho most Ira-- 1 of them, ho said, for tho earth for yards .1 nt of i ho gossips, and , however the secretly frightened nnd shocked at his own behavior, but holding his head high around hummed and vibrated with their I luhind her back, it 1 t'tt teur.i cacio aubterraucous raging, liko a r.Mtiiin her cars. She taught tho and inflexible. steamboat under way; but thcro was I "For my part," said a cool, deep o.i.hil, mid kept tho family toi no other orifice. At night toveral others don't blame tho boy very gether, and it was not long beforo pub- voice, came homo to go to bed, to whom ho had lic opinion camo to tako sidos with hek much." Tho three girls turned liko a flash, to " explain." I forget how long ho sat and to condemn rich John Freuant, that and thcro, leaning over tho low window-si- ll there a week, I think much longer, at ho stood aloof, nud continued tho un- would sit on a bank and looking in at them, was their any rate, thau ouo kindness, which Jiad gone for to break under ordinary circumstancea ; but ho his sister's heart, to her uuoffeuding uncle, John Frenant, of whom they wcro could not raise tho siego until tho imone and all thoroughly afraid. children. "What in tho world is all this fuss prisoned hornets wcro all starved. Life in tho little- Westart cottngo, as Imj easily understood was not about?" pursued Mr. Frenant, scowl- Chamber' Journal. may very but not withInjurious, and Jack's statement that they ing his thick " What would you do if you wero I never hud enough of aiiything, was not out a gleam cf amusement in his eyes. and I wcro you ? ' tenderly inquired a "Kato," said Jetty, with her most so inexact. On thn present occasion, young swell of his lady friend as ho eswheu Mr. Gardner hud offered the spoils dignified air, " will you pleaso clear up corted her homo from church. " Well," s of his to Jetty, the determina- these peas ? If you will go round to tho said she, " if I wero you I should throw tion expiessed by all the family, not oven door, sir "turning toward the window away that vilo cigarette, cut up my cano will let you in." excepting the "littlo mothw" herself, again" I wear my watch chain un"Thank you," tho intruder said, for as some of tho neighbors called Jetty, coat, and stay at homo coolly stepping over tho window ledgo derneath my was to have all tho peuj they could posnights nud pray for brains." Jfawh' sibly cat. After supper tho whole fami- into tho room. " You are your mother Kne, ly, oven to tho cat, who tagged along at over again. I'd like to talk with you a Tim change of fashions iu ladies' tho heels of Clare, proceeded in a body littlo on business." Jetty's heart quailed a little at that drots goods whereby soft woolen has to Mr. Gardner's garden, and such a stripping as thoy received that night tho awful word, jet sho didn't show a taken the placo of worsted luster mateviues certainly never hud before or aft- quiver, but led tho way to tho parlor rial, cost tho Pacific Mills Company in with as regal an air as if sho had been a Lawrence, Mass., about 82,000,000, tim- erward. Queen granting an interviow extra- ply for a change ot intehinory. Their lNow, Ji&j," Ktio said tho next p jug, as thoy all sat shelling the tieas, ordinary, or whatever it would bo called, aunual product of tho worsted goods , "for onco wo'll bo extravagant, and put to an Ambassador equally extraordinary. was about 30,000,000 yards ior year. just s much butter on these as we want. It is not necessary to relate all that A youko lady haviug mado tho origin If we don't havo them good there's no was said between theso two, or how at last Jetty broke down and cried on her al remark thut " tho good dio jouiig," u fuu.hariug them at all." old beau "That's so," absented Jack, emphat- uncle's shoulder, while ho divided his conceited " and is so, how do you : It that ho dexterously dropped a pea attention between comforting her and asked ically, for mo ?" Sho looked at his bald clearing tho mist from his owu eyes. down Clare's back. pato critically, aud uuswercd; "Oh, I you horrid boy," Clare cried. It seems that in' his heart of hearts John "Oh, Frenant had long had a desire to bo supixMO that you dyed youuj, too I" "Jetty, I do wish you'd make Jack I can't shell if ho keeps scooting reconciled with his sister's family, and Viutoii Huoo mixes water liberally ouly tho nlsht befpro had been lopkiug peas dowu my neck." with his wiuo. As many as veliavo a mind to pick," Jelty Wcsfart said impressively, "just think of that " " I never really hod as many green Ieas as I wanted in my wholo lifo," added iter sister Kato. " Wo never had enough of anything to cat," growled Jack, shying his ccp at the cat. "Or of anything else, for that nt "I recalls the magnificent feto onco given by n member of tho Rothschild family nt his lordly plcaviro house nt Ferricres, in which r the cost of tho decorations Mono exceeded 8100,000. Ferricres ii thirty miles from Paris to tho northeast. Workmen were put on the road That Hrown'sIron Hitters in vast gangs nnd had it prepared with will cure the worst case nsphnUum every inch of tho way, of dyspepsia. lanterns and Bengal lights rendered it as light ns day along the entlro way. Will insure a hearty appetite Tito peasantry Hocked in from nil the and increased digestion. ncighWing provinces. Tho sccno Cures general debility, and n Greek mystery. Forests ol new frees in full growth wero set out Rives a new lease of life. wherever tho rondsido happened to be Dispels nervous depression Tho imperial carriage, which bare. and low spirits. left tho Tuilorios nt G o'clock, passed tlirough continuous mosses of holiday Restores an exhausted nursspectators. Along tho routo wino nnd ing mother to full strength edibles wcro given by tho Rothschilds' and gives abundant susorders to nil who boro decorations i f nny tenance for her child. sort lloivors or colors. Tho chateau itself, nn imposing structure, ns roomy as Strengthens the muscles and tho Capitol nt Washington, was a blaze ncrvcscnrichcs the blood. ot light and rich draping. Tho dining room, which takes up n square in the Overcomes weakness, center of this vast edifice, which is nearlack ofencrgy ly a parallelogram, was such n sccno as tho miud conjures in Aladdin's palace, Keeps off all chills, fevers, built by tho slaves of tho gold and jowcl and other malarial poison. caves. At n vast height from tho floor Will infuse with new life n narrow gallery runs around tho chamthe weakest invalid. ber. From this wcro suspended folds ot golden drapery, in which somo legend Dec l!Sl. j; WalVrr Si., Baltimore,been a treat of Bonapartist glory flashed out in jewFor ale yean hive sufferer from UlooJ Uiteaie, eled letters. Tho walls wcro incrustcd with treasures which tho house of Rotlis-chilao debilitated that I could not retain anything on mf ituuil, In bet, had been centuries collecting. The life had alnoil become m turJen. Finally, vhen liope had almoit left tables wcro a mass of glittering gold, me, ray hutband aeelnf llaowN't adrertneil In thi even to the candelabra. laott VliTitn Tho dinner beiaper. Induced me to (ire It a trial. gan at i) o'clock, and was served by 1 am now lallne the third bottle and lure not frit ao veil In waiters iu livery rivaling tho imperial iu yrara aa I do at the present lime. - F. UeirriN. biniiptuousnesa. Tho knives aud forks were of solid gold, aud when tho dinner was ended tho head of tho house solBrown's Iron emnly directed them gathered together will have a better tonic nnd in presence of tho Exnperor ordered effect upon any one who them melted uud tho mass sent to tho needs "bracing up," than d mint, declaring that having been any medicine made. by imperial use thoy should never bo degraded to baser hands. Bismarck, by a cynical sort of destiny, was ono of tho guests nt this memornblo feast. Littlo did tho Emperor nnd his host dream that within flvo years tho gruff German Minister of reviled Prussia would sit in We will now pay rpttlal attenlloo to that very pnlaco master ot Franco, and that in tho adjoining cabinet ho would TCU8TOM GIllIS-IirVC!-.exact from Franco two of lior provinces We promlen to tire aattefaetlon, and whrn deslrnl for and n heap of gold that would twice fill will Bite l'atrnt Flour meal. Whrat. Can maki either boiled or unbolted tho spacious chamber in which all that 110MeALINTUR ! KAI.I.VE. was greatest in Franco wcro doing honor Blue-Gra- ss Sale! to tho house of Bonaparte. out-doo- rnris correspondent Know Chi-vet- -C Morrleon, MKTIIODIMT.ROUTII rr nar.lt. morning and Benday Prayer Meeting eftry night eierpt lb tlurd Tlinrlay nlthl. Munday Hchonl at t.00 A. . Met II. ( Mortlenn, Huwrlniendent. ii fifi muti. . ArflHT IUT. J. M. llaoci, Paator. Berrlcea onrVcond and Pourthundaya, morning and I night. Prayer meeting erery Wedneeday afterBo noon. Hunilay Rchnol at S 10 4. M. IU K. "arrow Superintendent. ernonlel ailrrrllwnientenf rltal IIKlJlTIAN. Worahlpbethemngregarion llr the ery latfV day Preaching by lir J. W. Cot route, whlrh am liable to dcrelte the public School CincinonHerand and Fourth lnrd'l daya. Cnn-laThe Miorleal and nlrkel Itonte from nati Wr- -t Ii the It S:IS Jn. Kereranre, ftuperlntendrnt. MOUTH. -I- ter. I. H. McM-ropatar Kunday Nchool at t SO. John W. W. ICeut.finperlnlrndent. Union Prayer Meeting on MISSISSIPPI OHIO Wednemfay nlghla. tMTi.iRn MM. S 1)1 IMthrtl Mflerft. rfct'tl tmit tllte M iuuiiu. v Hf-- thn, MEHiswwwmFi&wr tiitncH ninrcTtiiii. HABE Don't Led Astray B C rl I 10 Hourn ! f allot liMlleet. Ciliciimn.i to St. Louis limit ahead OPERA HOUSE, BTANFOP.n. KY yj 3 2 2 2Iially 12 Tt Pally Tratni Dally Ttalni.wlth norhinfoof aaii for any (leool paaaenger. W. T. WALTON, gleofSIe, 1'roprlotor. wakc-fulncss.a- nd I offer ferule ray Perm ef HO.1 ,lrrT,illua. Two lloura Iset Tliueon Ihe tetl near Walnut Flat, on IheHlantord A 3 mllee Irein Xlanford. Alnut 40 cara. ao--l IraaHiance of cara Acree In rultlratlon, balance In gran dual aprlng, than by other llnea, gno.1 tlmlierand well adaplnl alock; TheO. .( .W. la the only line with I Dally plentynelghlmihml Will aril at aInbargain In a the Tralna rrem Cincinnati to Ml. loule, making direct good (elon It. Lire ronnrcllom In Ihe Union Dept (at 81 lul Iwllli For luctof land and giro Ire of J at anytime. 0ley, rurlher partlrulara, lni Mounaitaamiri i?cme luiiiway. nt. i.ouia. iren Ky tain A Southern llallway, ChlceguA Alton lull rtafml.Teaea.,or vrlle U me et Darllla. Milan county, lfl J, llliSltY rnad- Chleim. Ilurllneton A Uullirr llallroad: Ke okuk A Kl. 101111 Hailrnad; Wabaih, Ht. UiulaA 1'aririe Itallrued; Mlamirl. Kanaaa A Teiaa Kan way, el Imula A e'en i'rineltro Itallwey. cf car. Dally Tralnilo Cairo,! homi quicker than any other line, anil no change of cara, Tralni In New Otleana, Ko change of Cincinnati. HOlirS 01rKKlt "l,n Chleago Routreln to Willi l're Pallor Cera, Dally Tralna to Ktanerlllr. t hmira In advance of all ilber rvtilce, Willi on leu change 0lM. KUhl com . et acta ol Been-er- y tVetlng capjrlly. Including gallery. 00. Ilrawnahle ralee U gool attractlooa. Addreaa aa atwre. Bluo-Gras- Vuluablo s Farm Vnnoto Ully rvdllStlS Ptlu t'thll. Imprest Thli Upon Your Memory. .. m. -- 1 ! IIIIV 0 !e. .1 .'( t. .1.. Will tie.. V. a.kl.1. JVM RflHirouKliotn from ClnHnn(l lent. LuiiU IU HIUIC WllllOUt peeir). Tllle. DID I" PUUIIIVal pal I &r lUktt. la.lfc. hIu A' .MB IklalM.llm. ..all Ml PM lll.IIII.U.Un v.. IHlK.rili I.ITVi Ticket Acenti of connecting llnea "inni HinMrillllliv (Irand in N'eet Fourth at, Pinnlnno'H(or Drot fool ofMllletrrct. Hotel, binCiniltUI NV. W. PKAltODY, W. n. 8IIATTUC, lien 1 1" nruger xgi tieni nuprriDirniirni, Cincinnati II01V1V KOUTJE." Chicago TIIK nn A U Louisville, New Albany & 1 Railway. LINK d O.V.V lllllNI.il l'.il.mnii LOUISVILLE Palace TO Cars! AND NOi.inTRAIN.--l " I- KENTUGKY CENTHAL B. R. er CHICAGO! Bitters r. -- Till: H03T KfUlUAIU.K UOIITK Tt And decidedly the Popular Route, aflerJIng. ae It dooa, leaa changea and auperter arcouimodalloni to CIN1NWA1I! Miuonri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texas, HrMUL Nutlrc I'Auengera Ireui the Knot-ti'l- e HrancliofU A N. It. IL arrlre In In time to lake the erenlng train of the -- Moim.u tloute" athl ! thtoogh In UvnU (Irffiicnsllo. CnirTftiriNtlllf, ltfajcttn nnd CIiImko nlllioul rlmiiRr. -- TIJIK TAIll.- l- sane-title- srAiiu.s.i. TO THE PUBLIC ... The North. North veat and Weet. In fart. If tou Lte. lAultrllle .... contemplate a trip In any direction, your Intercet Arr. Urrenantle.. ..... ' Crawfordtrllle. will lie ueeiaerriu VJ purroaaipg jour iicevie via ... 7 SO " Ufiretle-,- . K. C. and Cincinnati. J Tralna each way J; I'ull pm Chicago man I'alere tale; Urgent New Iay Ooarhee, and nandeoniely furnlrhed Kecllnlng Chair Cera lorm change of The the uncqualed r)ulnnieota of thla Old llellable, care, tomoatdlrect roote. with only one all polnla in Wlironsln, Mlnneeote. Iowa, thereby making trip orer thla line on ol luxn-rloNebraska, Ae For further Information. oddreM comfort and pleuure. Try It. MlltUAY KKI.LKIt,". P. A Lsnlsillfe, Ky Its- TIME TABLE. IN EKKFXr DEC. SI, Dally. lally. ? IS pro' S t5 am II 41 ami X 01 pra I 41 a m Is 04 p u i SI am 4 IS pm im'tw SOUTH. No. a oo 44 SO SO I an 1 No. 4. SO I No.g. !. Leo. Cbrlngton -t Farm For ioir "jrcro.v caui: jo whitk VAHAVISK UKtlAIXKlh" en-tir- poor-hous- I offer lor aale, prlrately. my farm ofSTt A tree tHam a land, with a large brlrk and of excellent No t. No. S. No. I. Noktii. frame realdrnre combined, of ten ruoina, within a A Preathrmllle (Ike-Ne13 r.E:ougnfDED ny rnysiciAra It was at tho timo of the great plague mile of the new Stanfordmedlral water In abun- w Lkn. lluntlnrlon C 50 a to orchard, frreu and .. 7 IS in Iraproremenla that tho poet of "Paradise Lost" took dance. bouM. In graaa,llnt-claa- acree, lorludloga neat " AihlanJ-Ml. Btrrllng ..ll and balance til300 ana tenant Ci.nrrh of tho Haaal Carlty-Chron- lo 10 a in up Ids abode at Chalfont, and it was lable. Timber abundant. Church and achool-hou- Arr. Wlncheitcr 12 51 p M 6 U) a in Utcwratlrwl Catarrn of tho Ear. Lyo or 10 7 Lrslngton is p near by, and the neighborhood unexcelled. Throat. Ittn tnhon IHTCHI1ALLY, nnd ro s ISpm Itf p n 1 41 through tho instrumentality ot a com- It la oot often that euch a dcelralle farm loraale. Lre, Lexington tho net a DIRECTLY uponthe) Uljod nnd a in poi 00 p ro 1'arla . . Sratoin. It Mucoua Burf.icen of mon friend of his and William Penu's Titleonperfect.meAddreaa me at Stanford, ky,or I.Vau " Cinthlina.- -. Minu 10 1 u asnpm 15 trio heat Olocxl Purincr In trta mo ai call lann. Spm " Kalmoutb. ... WOLO. nnd la worth ALU that la M RA.NAHA1I COOK. that this retreat was selected. TbomiH re II ssa tn Cefpm IS ch-ru- od Arr Corlnglon... for It, for THAT olono. 'JL'l 113 Ellwood, tho Quaker, had mode Milton's MAYaVILLK DIVISION e, I8TEBHAL CURS FOR CATARRH acquaintance in London somo years ho. VLr Leilngtou S pm. Arr Maya ellleS 10pm OHL? N ' Islington aSam No, 10 M MararllleCtMem. jiAiticirraii when hunted out ot house anil " Mayarllle aJani And vo rr-i- Ono Hundred Dotlnra lor any ho. II " 1'arla SWaro offer ' LeilngtonSSapui 11 1'pui and renil No. IJ " Millll. homo by tho Busks Justices, C.iso of Caturrh It will not euro. Latin to him in his lodtugs iu Jewin WILL. CL'UIl ANY CAS II. No. 6 runs dally and haa day roachie frocu Cln Offlco of A. T BTtwiRT fx"l clnnall to Washington, Pullman Mreperet Kaoa. street. When tho plnguo grew fierce in Cntcaoo, III . Juno 4, ibrO, ( and llecllnlrg Chair (Tar to l.ra I alia. aba Ington rlopo only at etatlene on K. C. It. It. Vrurt. K J. raenewuT rta., Ti4nlo, O. tho city tho bliud poet bethought him RrCft ffi5uiSVILLC&NASHVIUE where liiue la glten. No. 2 runs dally, except Utntlrmrn -- 1 tatn rdraum In Infnrmln-- r you sccretnry, aud asked him of his one-tim- e Sundty, haa tbrough ceerhealo Hun loeten. ho. that I bae uexsl HilVe CaUrrh Cum. It luu eery laj ami don't lirallato to l nw t cui-i4 rune dally, except Sunday; has through roaches THE GREAT to find him somo retreat in his neighNo. i eay 'hat 11 will mre nny caeo of Catarrh If talca to Ml hlerllng and parlor rar to MaraTUle. Youra truly, property. runsdallr, haa ehgeut day coach Innu Waahleg-IoEllwood took thU "pntty borhood. J. U WcaTnmFOaB. Pullman Sleeper fretu Kanawha Falle and lininmaii. Bun-dabox" for him; and it was hero that he AYOKTII OIO A IIOTTLK. I'trlorrsra front rxlrg un to dally, earepl tunyy IUtw Juvt E. UnutiT. JacLacn, Mich., write threealoi. Norlands tun from Huntington suggested to him tho idtiiof " Parad m. and bare through roaebca Cntau-r- h for W yearn. Ilali'a Catarrh Cure currvl and Ml sterling. Direct connection at Islington at. Conutler It worth SldOOabottlo. Milton had handed l.uu Regained." with sllgrs h--r ltliliuiod,Ky., Lawirmeburg.Ky., and Vcraalllre.-Ky- . J OlENUY 4 CO. MannfactiireJ ami anil tho manuscript of " Paradise Lost," to CUIIItOWN. tola Prwrlelore, TUIXDO, OHIO. O. W. IIENDKIl. " 1 plcuAuutlj pass his judgment on. Clrn'l Pate. A Tkt. Agt. cupeilutrndtut. Far eet In Bianford by Penny A McAllsler. (Irneral olscee, Cuelngtin, Ky, said to him," Ellnood relate iu Ins a ro 12 IS p w C S Arr. Islington .. 1 M p n I m B' a Arr. Winchester... 2 zi Jit Sterling a ot p to 00 " Aabland - .. 7 21 n ir " Huntington- .- S M m " " " Falmouth... . CjntnUue ... 10 . It Parla.. au 4 am 8 SUp p 10 V) p ml SOOpu p rul t ISpm a tallOUpin inlll4ipni u IISO ym p m ii n I. tii le in .m p mill IS am HALL'S fijJTAJH P.B Bin tutu Ii (Htm llliu tiik V.. Through Trunk Line u Vr 1 1 il, " Lifo," " ' Thou hast said much here i i parodiso lost, but what hast thou to say of paradise found ? ' Ho mode mo lie answer, but sat somo timo iu muse; then broko off that discourse uud fell upon auothor subject. After tho sickness was over, and tho city wellcleamicd, ho returned thither ; and alien after ward I went to wait on him there he oem, called showed mo his second ' Paradise Regained,' nnd in a pleasaut tone said to me, 'This is owing to you, for you put it into my head by the question you put to mo nt Chalfont, which before I hud not thought or.' " Alfred T. Story, in Jlnrper' Mnuasine, Suicides in France during the lost tliitty years havo increased with alarming rapidity. Tho porcentago is 78. From 1851 to 1855 tho records show that tho annual average number was 3,039, or ouo for every 9,8U3 inhabitants. Id turns for recent yours placo tho annual number ut O.l'JO, which is ono suicide for tiery 5,101 inhabitants. A Fk.nnhtlvania woman, who leaped upward to hang an article of clothing upon ii hook in the ceiling of her kitchen, caught ring on ouo ot her fingers in (ho hook and hung there, hor feet iot touching tho ground. Her cries brought assistance, aud she was released, puiu-full- y wrenched but not seriously harmed. -- THEWithout Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST AND QUICKEST mow LotmuLu to the ROUTE - SOUTH & .WEST PULLMAN CARS Ne."?".'. Little llock, Montgomery, Atlanta, Sarennas, Jackaontille, Mobile, and New Orleana. In relate Care Without Change. INTERIOR BeaaeBBeBBeBBeltX BeaBeBBeBBeBBeBBeaw -- JOURNAL r 'i."'. aeaBeBeaaRSSeW BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA SHORT LINETO THE EAST Froaa Loulirlllo In i'atece Care wltboot change. F'''W4ltitJrl f 'll A Tuer W HrWBaeaTaiBeaaeaaeaaeaaear n Seeking homea on the Una ol thla road will receive epectal low ratca. See Agent! of thla Company for latea, roultl A. c, or write C. P. AIM0RE, G. P. (I) Loulnellld. K. CMIPDAMTO L III lUll All I O BBBeaaeal St aeaaeaBB it. - MJtS " iaeaaC3'"l??a'eiae)iiS.i--- Jl aeaaeaaePlBPBtStsSBWffiieafcBA' a'Svl aeaWJBe7M iTlUlVelMjaeaaThLayAat JPiiaWeeaeWaeaeaaetaeaaeaattSgaT' Mi mwMB'xV -- Wl.. -- ZeaieVi all "" " ' Y '" T V I' laetttiaB HDbVaJ H iwraBI SeHeMBeBBeBXI Be V - high-pressu- 'SSaajkLVt'H' f T'i H aanHn aBBaeaeW Afflicted, Attention DR. GAM'S REMEDIES FOB THE MILLION. aUNUKACTUUED IIY W. K. UANN, M. P., "I I IMlHfiSBkalailfjBBeBBeBBlBaBTBBela HONTIGEXXO. KY. The world la tiled with the wonderful, Uautl-f- ul and Intricate Inrentlona ot roan, yet all the couiblued talent and geulua that the world haa er-- er known baa nerer produced anything that can compare with llr. Uann'a Uemedlee." Medical aklll and aclenca hare, aa yet, tailed to dlacorer any thing equal to them, lor the cure of the for which they are recommended. Aa their Irtuee and uaca aro pralaed by tbouaauda through, out Ihe length and breadth ol the land, aodaa Utandard Family Medlcinea, they cannot be and are fully aubatantlated by the For Cougha, ColJi. Croup, Uroncbttli, Consumption and all Dlaeaaoaa ol tho Throat aud Lunga, J - eye-bro- JOB PRINTING in tlio Boat to do all kinds of Printing Is Proparod of Stylo and at City Figures. Try us. pea-vine- ilre-woo-d, When six young ladies sit down to talk about a dress pattern, a small boy with a till horn is a refugo for tho weary. -- Afcte York J)tt, y , Vmo Dr. Ohiiii'm CourIs Nyrnji. For Llrcr Complalnt,Dyaicala, Indlgeatlou.Jaun. dice, Conatlpatlon, Hour btouuuband all Ullloua An Iowu i!g imulo It La noon-da?f it wallet containing 3'J,000. grunt wus worth 3100. in human meal Every Dlaeaaea, EDWARD WILDER'S Never f.Ua t c ue Fcrer ami Ague, Intermittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Dyspepsia, Liner Complaint, Indigestion, Celio ana Flux. It will C'uie Cottisenett. It is a eafo Alterative and Tonio a mild and Delightful Invlgorent (or Delicate Women, a powerful recupe-ra- ul alter the frame Uiut U-e- dclillltatca and reduced by alckncas, an excellent appetizer, glvca tone to tho dlgcatlve (iixum, prevenU Malaria, brarva up tho ayatcm, ttrengtlicna tho portal calculation and clean the whole animal eoonomy fiom llio aeedsot tllacaao. TbO slltbtcat attack ol lover uuiy Uo a rnludo to Uio wont, and tho remedy that would conquer It wnllit It development Particula yet In lis commencement, may bo of no value when It la at IU full larly Is thla the caae w Ith invon around whom the peatllcroua. Influcnco of Malaria clingi In tho form ot Dumb Chills, Brow Ague, Palnfal Spleen, and Weak Stomach. For the Cure ot all tho obuvo Diseases thla prcurallou atanda unrlvaliil, and Its good aro attote.1 by lliouaanda, and It I tecoramcndeil alike by tho ableat and permanent etr-ct- i mcdleal mtn and the ministry THY IT, all you that aro afflicted, and l ciinTlucl of IU wnndcrfiil power and benen Uho I)r. tlaiiii'w Uvcr Cure. For Itheumatlam, Neuralgia, Spraloa, Ilrutaea and Uwelllnga-- an external appllcallou for manor buld-hcudc- d u ut e; . Ilurna, tako giu. VttO Dr. GHHIa'ri JUKCfSHCCt Thousand) are being cured of Catirrh Olulutcut. erery jtut with Hall's Catirrh Cure, that the doctor had alien up and taid could ITho Dr.GHiiuM NtowHch Ulttcni not be cured. 75 cents a bottle. Bold by A Bellable Tonic. Appellaer and Blood Purifier, Penny fi McAlleter, Stanford, Ky. and aiao curee tiyuepeta, maigeeuon, Complaint. Malarial latere aud all iwrlodlcal F. J. Cheney & Co.. proprietors Hall's Dlacaaee. Manufacturtd and foraale by Catarrh Cure, offer $100 reward for any cm of Catarrh that can't be cured with Hall's Catanh Cure. 'Bold by Peony & Sole proprietor, Moutlcello, Ky. rAU order) by tnall will rtcelro piompt attention. McAli.ter, Stanford, Ky. ri beaat Tiik liifjliebt as well aa tho nobloet trait Vho Dr. Ohiiu'h lMulHicut. urn in lovo to God. ml Tor rilee. Hemorrbolda, llurni, Flitula and all aim liar dlwaaea, Tiik Oraphto bn't mre that tho fellow: Mho Icavo thonlera I'dveeii ncU fit Vho Dr. Ghhu'm Pile Oiiiliucnt. out for whisky. 8omo of tin iu probably For Freeh Cute, Ulcere and Old Sorea, rial cffBCta. vr. ic. ar. d., SS-- tl STOMACH BITTERS For Halo lii Htunt'ortl liy l'oniiy at MaAUastur. N.