You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal: April 10, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883041001_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: April 10, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i '; r Semi 510. Hall & VOLUME STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL IiIcm-oiIiicm nfefti i e ImtfiraL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 10, 1883. 137. nttnehed to Ills quarter. Altogether Curiout Matrimonial Mixture. rnoiTssiojAi, Who Mar Man. ho hits a pretty good timo. Ono of thoso curious family comIf peoplo will ersist in trying lo 1 vr Bnwn tiH V. DIIRDKTT Tho performers generally aro paid plications which nro liable to riro in restrict various classes to singlo . . . Editor nnd Propnrfor W P.rWALtOft, ' lltmUKTT A lUlOWN, pretty good wages, for they only work any community has just been brought thero will Imj no basis for cen- A.U"roimjJVH T h. wufdn. Butintu Manager from twenty-si- x In thirty weeks in (o light in Michigan through tha o sus reports in futuro years. JIT VERNON, KY. According UMjr tho year. Tho young woman, Jutan, of n widower and 3 sons ton widow to ono sot of logicians no clergyman T, vr, viixrm. niLticc r. ViMioii. l'HttUhrit TiirmliiUH unit IVifii, who slides down T. W. ft W.K. VAIINON, n wiro by her teeth, with 3 daughters. Wcro this mnrringo should marry; another opposes tho ATTOHNKYM A.'X' is pnid 8100 a week. Tho jicrform. tho only ono Hint had taken placo Iks union of couples not scientifically ma 8TANFOHD, KY. W'J.fJO PliJH ANNUM. Office In Owsley A Boo.', nor building up stairs. nnco requires excellent teeth, nnd tween tho members of thoso now uni (cd; others insist on narrow limits as M. PEYTON, PTriMMilon'l wn.l ilimp. In payment of when thoy givo way falso ones will ted families, tho (ask of pointing to age; thousands look with horror on .A.T 'IATTOltNMY AKY,- X.AAV, ctcept to male chin ki, nl then of BTANKJIU), not tlo. Miss Julrtn has a great jaw. out tho relationships existing between any ono who would wed an irreligious Will practice In the Courts of Lincoln (ml adBat over three rents. and Court tho Superior Tho lcapcrs and peoplo of that sort, tho different peoplo concerned would person, and now comes a reformer joining counties nnd attention givenCourtcollections. ol Appeals, vpeclsl to 112 Offlreon Ltncuttr tlrt. excepting nlono tho extraordinary not Iran severo ono. Hut tho thrco who says criminals should not 1ms al ' Circut Eipenses. ALEX. ANDEUBON, ones, nro paid from 810 to 830 a sous havo had tho temerity to fall iu lowed to marry. Poor peoplo and It coata 8 1,800 a tiny to run tlio Druggists nnd Hook sellers, ATTOItNBY A.T X.AAV, DANVILLE, KY., Ikriitim lii'ow. That Is what tlioy month and their keep. When trnv-cllu- g lovo and becomo matrimonially attach fools aro tho only classes exempted Will practice In the Courts of Boyle and adjoining thero is n regular cooking lent cd to tho thrco daughters. Just what from special prohibitions that sro de- eountlos and In tbo Court of Appeal,. Opora Houso Blook, Stanford, Ky. put it down at. Hut of this mm ?2, with tho show, and from morning till relation tho boys and girls bear to manded, and as thcso constituto tho 700 n ilny coos fur advertising. In . J. n. riBir, At Icirnnv jVi. brief, it cists moro to ilo the atircrtis night mcnls go on, and thoy aro good each other and to tho old peoplo, nnd great part of tho marrying world and And Mailer Coramlnioner Itockcaitle Circuit Court MT. VLItNON. KY. meals, too, better than can bo got at just what kinship tho old peoplo havo particularly need restraint thero is no lug, pure ami impIo, thnn to pay for . Will practice In the Iiocicaitle Court I. Collcc- most of tho country hotels. (IV.J Very acquired for tho younger ones of tho knowing how soon thoy, too, may fall uona a iiwciaitr- - omce in all Clio other oxponsej of tho chow, I.EB P. UUFPMAN, Hut thii sum docs nut go fur tho news often tho very best nnd most highly, household, is something thnt requires under tho ban of thoso who know just ' considerable thought. Tho ) oung men how marriago should be regulated. It STANFORD. KY. pApcn and printing of hills and cards paid jicrformcrs Inko their meals in Office South ildo Main Street, two doora abore nro certainly brothers to them is timo for tho various interests tho cooking tent. aijKTB novel. ins alono in tha . city in which they ate Nor is tho lifo of tho performer so selves and tho girls nro just ns certain- threatened by thcso disturbers to rally rureNltroua Oxide Uaa administered when re- quirm. performing. Tho elinvr has five ad vcrtising cars. Tho first of these is hard a ono after all. Thero aro so ly sisters in law to each other. Each to tbo rescue; thero is loo much mon HAS. F. I). KIG.NEY, is n to his own father, cy at stako in wedding foes, wedding fivo months ahend of tho aliow. That many of them with a show liko this bay to breakfasts, trousseaux, carriages, flow OrCuer.lt a candidate Int 8tate Senator, lllb that they can not givo nets which last and each girl is a daughter-in-lanasist-nu- t is to eoy, with a chief and an Dlitrlct, iulject to tbe action or the democratic party. and twelvo men, it is liillinrj n moro than ten minutes each. They her own mother. Tho old man has ers and railroad tickets to bo surrendered at tbo demand of a lot of senti town that tho show itelf will jicrform twico a day, which makes becomo husband to tho mother nut reach until August next, nnd al- twenty minutes in all that they arc at of his own son, and naturally, his wifo mentalists. being still iu tho flesh, must bo.n bigWe will now pajr ipcclal attention to o ready in that town tho newspaper actual work. Hut it is tho duty of Tho Island of Jersey, having a to put up nnd tako down tho amist. Ergo, tho old lady must bo n rCUH'X'OM oitirriTiVGi.- r 'P-AIMITKof seven miles each way, keeps nro Iteinjf "worked," Two weeks ' to glte tatlifactlon, and thnt ear leaves another ono comes htiga tent. When thnt is struck their bigamist, sho beiug tho wifo of her 12,000 cows. Tho breeding of cows We proinln 1'atenl Flour fur Wheat.when dnlrrd will Can luiVr son-il- l law's father. Now, if tho old has mado tho island very fertile, and, eitherglte or unboiled meal. work cntls. Then tho razor-bac- ks lulled along and docs tho work: nil over t MrAI.ISTIUl A.NAM.KR. Another follows in three start in loading tho cars. It is n mat lady should havo a child, what rela- as tho animals aro kept in stables all again. PHARMACISTS tcr of three or four hours and of tho tion would ho or sho bear to tho possi-bl- e tho year round, every particle of the weeks, until tho fivo advertising cars .TON. -- DtALKKS IK- child of ono of tho younger coup manuro is saved. Cows kept in closo havo passed through tho placo and most trying sort of work, nnd when Lateof Chcmult, Serertnce A Co., Stanford, Kj., Chicadono thoy throw themselves on the les? Wo pause for n reply. Drugs, Boohs. Stationery with yards, with littlo excrcisonrogenerally have demo their work. Then tho go Herald. and Fanoy Articles. M. ROBINSON St CO.. m r frcH. better milkers than thoso allowed to .7 tgents of tho show got into tho floor of tho cars, under tho cages, and rhysyclana' prescriptions accurately compounded. Family Jabs. Jim Suiverly, who to run at large, and it is this in part Importer! and Jobbera ol Dry Good,. Notlont, Ac, nud keep up tho excitemcut un- snatch what sleep thoy can. They town Also S37, 639, Sll Main Street, Cor. Sixth, reach tho noxt stand at 3 or 4 in the has not been married very long, came which bos developed tho dairy value til tho show itself arrives. I JJrJWKI.KHMI LOUIHVILLIi;. ICY. of tbo Jersey breed. In winter tho A show like tho liarnuiii uovcr morning, nnd then it is tho work of homo lata to dinner a few days ago. unloading again. Six months ot this "Hast thou saved me somo dinner, cows aro largely fed on parsnips, FIRE INSURANCE goes twice to tbosamo place in a seaAGENCY. Largest Stock of Watches, which has probably helped develop son sometimes not for two. They work leaves n man a shadow at tho thou dearest augcl?" Clocks, Jewelry & Mlrerwnro of tho season. Hut tho perform. roods, or rour Ivecauao Tour "I havo not, my turtlo dovo." tho butter superiority of this breed of lock, or Tour bouse, or Tourhare not been lire clean 'out n district of nil tho end usually other property burnt Erer brought to this market. Prices Lower than era aro rich, fat and cheerful, and tho "Nothing nt all, darling? Did'st cattle. or Injured by Are or lightning, li no guaranty that the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry looao cbango it has, and tho country on short notice and Warranted. iney cannoT oe. uoni you minr, men, mat it would be to aecuro lnderanltr In case for ono hundred miles around is laid proprietors nro from 8200,000 to 8300,- - thou put any grub iu tho stovo for its Hill went into a bardwaro store. such loss orrrudent should occur 7 lofieryouthls damage inunder contribution. Tho next day 000 better oft than thov wcro when own duckey?" "You sell all sorts of nails here?" said ai ine lowest raiea ouiainauie in any and you may "Not n bite. What did you loaf ho to tho obliging man behind the surance Company. I represent seren 11111.11'. take your choice. tho show jumps at least ono hundred tho season begnn. Hut in winter JI. J.M. miles, so ns to get out of tho neighbor- quarter, whero this immenso lot of alwut tho saloons until 2 o'clock for?" counter. Blue-Gra- ss Farm Valuable "It's nono of your hlaino business, When it animals must bo fed, these profits nro hood that has been worked. "Yes, my little man, all sorts of N. you empty paled fool," ho replied with nails." r'OIt HALCI is realised that tho receipts aro often pulled down by about $50,000. AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. somo bitterness. I offer for sale rar Farm ot SOS AercH, situaSaid Billy, "I'll tako a pound of toe 810,000 in a day, oven in small pla- V. Morning Journal. ted near Walnut Flat, on tbe8laniord & Crab Or bruto." "You nro a nails, if you pleaso." A Ctorgia Youth's Lore letter. chard turnpike, s miles irom mi n lord. Alwunu ces, tho wisdom of doing this is appaAcres In cultUatlon; balance Ingress, flood spring, And thus did ono word bring on Hero is n lovo letter indorsed ns uu Exit Hilly, sharply followed by a plenty good Umber and well adapted to stock; In a rent at once. good neighborhood. Will sell at a bargain the Texas Sifiings. dono up in a heavy abore tract of land aud giro possession at any time. set of Tho now tent which is to Ik used thcutic: "Dearest Amelia My lovo another. For further particulars, Inqiire of J. It. Owsley, boot. Stafford, Ky., oriwrite to me at Iiatllla. Milan for tho llarnum iliow this dimmer is is stronger thau patent butter or tho Hero is a warning to men too county, Texas. I29.tr J. JIKX1CV Mill. Uro. Geo. O. Barnes, whilst in Eunow being mado by iliggius, ot South the kick of n young cow. Sensations close fisted to advertise: Ono of this A.sitpli ISIock, street. Its cost is 813,000. It has of exquisite joy go through mo liko description wanted to sell somo land, rope, will correspond regularly fur the Blue-Gra- ss Farm For Sale! taken thrco hundred peoplo C months cohorts of ants through an army so ho put a written notico in ono of Interior Journal. lie has already I offr for sale, privately, my farm of S7S Acres land, with large brick and several characteristically of excellent already and is not finished yet. Thor cracker, and caper over my heart like tbo hotels tho other day. A man who written Desires to call atrentlou to the Large and Comprehensive Block of frame residence combined, of ten rooms, within a A PreachersTllle pike. aro now working on it night and day. goats on a atablo roof. I feel as tho' was inquiring for a small farm was re- charming sound letters. All who take mile of the new New orchard, fresh and medical water In abunTho llarnum show employs 100 I could lift myself by my boot straps ferred to tho written notico when he an interest iu tho evangelist would do dance ImpVTements Including a neat Groccrieri, ImIouh, CouCcctloiicrieH, Tobacco, Jj;urn, Ac., teusnt house, in grass, 300 acres, and balance tildraught horses and 120 ponies and to tho height of a church steeple, or replied: "I can't buy land at a fair well to subscribo for tho Interior lable. Timber abundant. Church and near by, and the neighborhood in n green pus price of any man who docs his adver- Journal, which on its own merits is It la nut often that such a deslrablo farmunexcelled. Which be keeps always on hand. Makes a ijwIlUy ol Handling floods at Wholesale on Small froGls. performing horses. Theco latter aro liko an old stago-hor- so is lor sale. Title perfect Address me at Stanford, Ky., or Ooods delivered wltkln town limits free of charge. kept in tho building. Hut tlioy havo turc. As tho mean pup hankers after tising in this way. He'd steal tho ouo of tho best papers in the State. call on we at the farm. tf JIIlS. NAKAII COOK. not been nblo to find stable room at sweet milk, so do I hanker after your fcurc, tho pump handlo nnd the barn Winchester Democrat. presenco. And as tho gosling swim doors beforo he'd givo up possession." nil tho livery stables in tho city for Haruum being acquitted of the ! le, so do I swim tho draught horses, though tlioy offer meth iu tho Exchange. charge of cruelty to children, in havto pay tho regular price of 825 or 830 in a sea of dclightfulncss when you IIauu.vo Watek. It is often nos ing the Elliott family perform, offered Harlng concluded to remoro to Texas, I cflcr for sale my a month for their keep. This has aro near me. My heart flops up nud ossary to haul water for quito a dis 8200 a week to Jenkins, SuperintendIlc?lIcnce cV HiihIiichs House, down liko a churn dasher, nud my been ono of tho great embarrassments tance; nnd it is sometimes desirable to ent of tho Society for the Prevention Combined In one, iltualed In the town of Crab OrDEALEHS IN The of tho management this year. Many oyes stand open liko cellar doors iu a haul it in a barrel that has ono head of Cruelty to Children, if ho would chard, Ky on Lancaster street.SOxtf) building is feet and conblah, two and Is 20x10, of tho performing horses aro tho prop- country town, and if my lovo is not removed for convenience in dipping it permit him to exhibit him (Jenkins) tains In all eight rooms. The with counters and shewing nlcelyand properly arerty of tho "artists." For insfanco, reciprocated I will pino away and dio, out with a pail. This may bo dono through tho country as a man who ranged, with all the outbuildings necessary to convenience and tbe taste ol the most fastidious, and and you can drinking and Frank Melville, tho rider, has seven like a poisoned bed-bu- g, without tho water slopping out if a would prevent children from earning an abundance of pure water for and fruit trees household puiposcs.beaullful shade of his own which ho uses in the ring. come and catch a cold on my grave." adorning and beautifying the entire piemtses, all cover is made au inch or so smaller in an honest livelihood. la a good and healthy condition. Any one deslr-In-a Oaiusvillo Eaglo. a cbean Tet valuable residence, anion? a clev lie receives u salary of $250 a week diameter than tho top of tho barrel, so A clever Yankee in Paris recently er and prosperous people, would do well to call Bar-nufor tho season, but besides this to tho Milling World, us to rut on the surface of the water, opened a booth on ono of the boule and examine tlo premises belore purchasing According Terms reasonable. and his partners must board and sackcloth or canvas can bo mado per- and tf JOHN Y. NTKODE. not ou top nf the barrel. vards and invited tho public to enter stable tho seven horses and furnish fectly impervious to moisture equal to Tho first instance whero physicians at an admission foo ot three sous and Mine, Holland has leather by steeping it in n, decoction transportation. aro mentioned in the liiulo is 11. inspect the fashions of tbo times. One fivo hones. She is also paid 8250 a of ono pound of oak bark with fourof tho conditions of admission was week, and her beasts aro kept. Thcso teen pounds of boiling water. Tho Chronicles xvi. 12. It is not flattering to tho faculty: "And Asa, in tho that visitors wero to say nothing outsalaries aro large, but they aro sup- cloth has to soak twenty-fo- ur hours, thirty-nintyear of bis reign, was dis side as to what they had seen. What posed to bo for tho risk as much as when it is taken out, passed through Salt, Limo, Content, Field Soods, Flows and Farming eased in bis feet until tbo disease was they saw was their own images in a tho skill. Seldom a ccasou passes running water, ami hung up to dry. Implements. Call and soo tho gonnino Hamilton Plow. largo mirror. without thcso peoplo being injured This quautity is sufficient for eight exceedingly great; yet in his disease A small hydrogen gas balloon, with more or less. Ono of tho Melvillcs yards of stuff. Tho flax and hemp ho sought not tho Lord, but tho phy . was hurt last year, and is only just fibres, iu absorbing tho tanuiu, are nt sicians. Aim Asa slept with nisiatn-mi.- " a capacity of about two gallons, was Park City Times. liberated at Hercy aud made its way now recovering. Katio Stokes, who tho samo timo better fitted to resist in Poland, having traveled got 8150 a week with tho Coup show, wear. This recipo is useful to millers One ton of cotton seed yields 3G to Gradno, This preparation moro than 2,000 miles. This is the from all deleterious la purely vegetable and free her knee-pau- , nnd has not been who sack flour. or dangerous substances, and hurt gallons of crude oil, worth about 818. longest air journey on record for so II Is abaolutely certain lo bring all kinds of worms front the human system. It Is not nauseating to ablo to perforin since. Sho is now atfrom a ton of seed weighs the most delicate stomal It, and children will lake A and H, two farmers, ship to mar- tho hull object. It as readily as they will iiHilasM-e- whlcb should playing in ono of Stetson's corupanios about 900 pouuds aud tho meal beforo small au recommend It to eery bousekeeier. rarenlacan ket sixty geeso (thirty apiece.) A apply It with aafety, aud sparkling eyee, happy for 825 a week. Thcso nro tho oven unconsciously express weighs 1,100 pounds. Tho Tho largest national debt in the faces, andloyous spirits will ones. sells his thirty at two for oue dollar. pressing It Is ine oiilt tbe gratitude of the little nVBBBHsBV'jHtBsBU tuahties of tho business. l'ut oil cako is worth 827 to 830 per tou. world is owed by France. It amounts uoriii kill rr that Is pleasant to take,Iweuty-nr- up Iu lals. and sold by dealers at B sells his nt threo for ouu dollar, Tho cost of maintaining and feedis calculated that there is a net to or 8117.79 for evo-r- y cents. Try a bottle. by f. l'aol)Hi:CO. Manufactured which would amount to 825. Thoy It OJMee, ao Main alrrtt, LouUiUe, H. ing all thcso animals is very largo, nnd man, woman and child iu thocoun profit of about $1) including tho seed 9) both buy thirty apiece again, but A For sale In Stanford by 1'gniir A McAuitki. tlioy have to bo fed well, because their of abalooticottoii. try. Tho public debt of tho United -being sick ho sent his thirty by U, who - --- lifo is ono of hardship. Several quar"Wake mo up, darling, to night, States is about 834 per capita. RICHMOND soils them at tho rain of five for two ters of beof aro bought each day for dollars, which would amount to $24. and givo me a toddy," said un Austin A Michigan girl fell from a tho wild auinmls. Au avcragooflOO Explain tho case of tho missiug dollar. inebriato to his wife, as thoy wero her bead striking a innrblo bales of hay is consumed each day, about to retire for tho night. "Hut top tablo. Tho destruction of the Tho latest modo of popping tho bought at and oats, corn and bran aro how will I know when you want oue?" I have rei'iitly opened In Ulcbmond a large and contho rato of 10,000 bushels at a time. question was introduced by au Evans "You can't mnko a mistake. I urn costly table top gave her more complete HliilniC Mill, and am pnpned to furnish in ornamentation, is cern thau tho slight hcadacbo that every kind of Thero aro 23 elephants with tho show. vlllo young man. Tho present cold always thirsty when I am woko up." unequalled. followed. Tlioy eat hay, potatoes and brau ns snap nerved him to ask his adored: BUILDERS' MATERIAL! Matt. Curpcntcr's son, who is said JEIDESH-O- O XSLUSTGc OP ! Blaplo food. Jumbo gets each day "Miranda, do you wish to warm your PILES I PILES I PILES I - miLitniMu to huvo inhercted bis father's genius, halt a barrel of potatoes, half a bar. feet agaiust my back this winter?" , Dlnrovrru for lit'. iieiiiluu'H rioorinjr, rel of bran and about ono halo of And Miranda blushed softly and uu was naked when a littlo. buy .what ho Vile Is a radical change from the old remedies WuiiilivrliourdiiiK, heretofore In use. The Wscorery Is the result of hay. Besides this ho is given ten swered: "It's going to bo u terribly would bo w lieu bo grow up, and re- yearsof patient KlrntlGc study and Investigation DoorM, .NllHll, ItlillllH, I.HtllH, plied: 'Oli, I would liko to bo a? Into Ino character of this painful Toron- loaves of bread, a wholo loaf being cold winter, John." NiiiiiKit'. MoiiIiIIhkm, Mail- coachman, but Istipposol havo got to vine you ol lis great luerlt, call on IVuny A Mcgiven bjm at each mouthful. Hesidcs VhLW k. AlUler, Hlauford, or W. M. Wtbcr, lit. Yrruon, In old times ItttliHii mouoy brokers be muCJtV WHJH, al'O. u Seuator." ) ol charge. and get 1 simple box this tho visitors givo him cakes, can- had benches on the exchange. Wheu "Is anybody waitiug on you?" said There is nothing uioie certsln than tbe of use Aa I soil at prlna suih as the above ailklrtrtli be dy, apples and fruits at nu average of ouo camo to grief his bench was brour bougllt ill IJIUIBVIIIC, four or fivo bushels a day. lie can ken up, henco banco rotto, which was a polite dry goods clerk to a young la- Urowu'a Lxpectoraut for a severe cough, which ula Iioiim... I hiu sun. liuuuuill, it wmnwHwr I can mike lo voui ad or Chronic vautage lo lutronlie Home lusiiiuiiona, will ultimately load to Cousumptlon i am digest tiny thing but nails nud quids theu perverted into bankorout, nud dy from tho country. "Yo$ sir," Bronchitis, Knot cured, II taken when tbe cough alto a prsUkal tbo blushing damsel; "that's my Is Brat con'racled a lew dotes will louiloce you of of tobacco, of thp latter of which ho finally into bankrupt. follow outside; he wouldn't como iu IU merits, for sals by I'enny A McAllster, Stanis very wary. Jumbo costs to keep C Farmers and I'lowuieo, listen Oliver Chilled Metal will uot corrode; the heaviest lust will remove ford, and W. M. Wsber, NL Vernon. store." Cabinet. And am prepared to furnish designs and rslluiatca Iu a hw minutes. The Oliver lit Center Draft Plow, havlug sloplug laudslde, which dues away with Au illustration of stiugincss is cited tho from 88 to 810 a duy. Ho has two for buildings and all klnJs of stroll work. J. T Morrison, ol Wurlbluglon, lad., says one That 1 aw dolog no small builnoes, can be Judg- tbe pressure found to straight Uudslde flows. Tbe Oliver baa hundreds of Imitators; no uaaufaclu-rThousand- - beir wlinriu to the (oUtve keepers, Scott, who camo over with by au Arkausaw editor who knows a will Imitate an lofcrlir flow. Tbe Oilier baa a record unparalleled lu the history of i'lows. Your buttle ol llrowu's Exectoraut worked llkcitharui ed from the fact lust my bank account runs from man wuu talks through his uose to eurMlve powers nf (liu Oret (loruian II.60U lo tl.WO uelgbboriwIUteiryoutoliUYTllKOUVEU, aud tale no other. In Lis family, lie Is convinced ofltswenderfulcu. lr week. him from England, beiug bis constaut Suva the wear and tear of bis false Contracting aud building done promptly and at Bold by ratlre quaUtlii. For sale by 1'enuy A McAlUler, See advertisement. living prices. Address attendant. Thero is a special groom teeth. Penny & McAlUler, Stanford. Staufoid, and W. M. Wsber, Ml. Veiuou. C. N. NTArrOKD. .lift- - mar-ring- Ar ilw, WALL PAPER ! TRIMMED AND HEADY TO PUT ON, ' M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S Court-noui- e. H. G. in-la- RUPLEY, IHEKCniNT TAULOIt, son-in-la- in-la- TO THE PUBLIC Stanford, Kentucky, ii sur-fac- nf-tc- 110-- & W&Bntas wF) SIDTKUANCS, J. .gmJsS ir. nrsi-cia- Groceries, Provisions, &c., bow-legge- toe-nail- H. G. BRIGHT, St. blue-gra- STANFORD, Iro -- XiT.9 school-hou- mud-pudd- FOR ALE store-roo- m A. OWSLEY & SON, Hardware and Groceries, Glass ware, Queensware, m M-- Wooden and Willowwaro. Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Fames, Traces, o:f:e!:r-A- iecottsie blook. e smwwL your special tention to the I desire to call - step-ladde- r, PLANING MILLS! rrWEeiJJfmmBr which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste THE THE! Ai-i- JlK-as- .eek. d ARCHITECT, er W. XI. HIGGINS. v. A farmer In Scott owns 1,200 acres of Bsrnum had to kill his Mg elephant her saying lo htm, "foil are a liar and I SAILING O'ER THE SEA. will not fear to commit my LORD to Pilot, the other day becaune he became so land, has MX) head of sheep, and about 1(0 anything that Is good and that will balk of cattle, betides cows, homs, etc, ami "JMIA.IH13 vicious and unmanageable. He was second you; so gel thee behind me!" And he did; only In size to Jumbo and was satd to yet he has ntlihei n negro, nor a plow, nor This Is the last of Mr. Barnes' tellers a harrow, nor any other farm Implement and I had no more (rouble about trusting. weigh 0,000 pounds. written whits en roulo to London. En Tuesday Morning, On the whole, we have more than made up April 10, 1883 The leasing of the New York, Penn- on the place. His farm is all In On Htkamkr Favojua and he recti no other kind of food for for the ground apparently lost tin the "Old sylvania am! Ohio ltosd to the Erie manM An. 1,1883 Dominion," Praise The LORD. Lexington JfHtr imrrtor agement Is now a filed fact, and it will not his slock, winter and summer. W. P. WALTON, EDITOR Iks long until tho mid will he In facta Gszette As our letters go off tonight some lime, reaTarn Impressed with tlieiMxrMliWy Horses Nice The wheat outlook In Ohio is reportpart of the Kris system. of our waiters. Years ago in my novel lov- I shall only add a few words at the last sonable'. ed as the gloomiest for eight years. Ken HKMOfRATIC NOUINFK FOR ItfirRiaKNT Geo. If. I'lynn promised to marry Juing days, I read a sketch, by Dickens in moment to this record of our voyage, which . ATIVK, lia Powers In Louisville April 1st, and tucky, compired with last year, will raise "IUvld Cupperfield" of a head waiter, I trust will stand In the place of many letJUDGE THOMAS P. HILL, JR. then refused to do to, claiming that it was only seventy per cent. The loss in winter who so fmprrsstd and oppressed the poor ters lomany friends It Is a "lalior oflove" only an April-foo- l joke, Miss Powers has wheat throughout Indiana, Illinoi, Kan-as- lad on his journey to London, that I have as all my letters are; and I am thinking of Kentucky, Michigan, Wisconsin, Cal sued htm for $10,000 damages. neyer forgotten the plfttttre. The man the dear eyes that shall read them, whenLikut.-Gov- . CANTniLti is acting Ii wanted by mo. I will pay tho highest market price. I also deal la The Tennewce Legislature has pisied ifornia and Minnesota will teach 00,000,000 "g'nlltmsn" he ought to be called by ever I write. This makes It a great pleas Governor whilo Hlacklmrn is attend- a bill granting a pension of ten dollars per bushels, or thirty per cent. List year the every test, even envy could apply, who ure. If, with uncrltlciaing s flection, my ing to private business in Mississippi. month to etch citizen ol the Stale who, States turned gave 281,000,000 of the walla across our table Is a tall, straight, dear friends read as I write, It will be an And enn supply it in nuy quantity. bushels raised in the United Slates Ho is following in tho fooUtcpa of hia serving in the Confederate armies in the graceful peison, with high forehead, red tier Increasing Joy to keep up this pleaslast year. civil war, lost one or both eyes. ant correspondence. As the distance grows chief and doing his best to keep tho spectacles and unruffled digThe Educational Contention The "Passion Play" was presented In nity; who, but for his blue roundabout, between us, I would fain hope that honllll-t- y pardoning machino in order during New York Isst Friday night to an invited Which met at Frankfort Thursday, was would pass anywhere for a professor in many hearts may soften Intn somein a his absence Ho ground out one the audience. The play was a most solemn largely attended. Delegates from over 40 theological seminary. When he asks me thing that will give pleasure instesd of first day and is still at it. Br tho one Judge W. M. In his grand way, "will you take tea or pain, when the curtain lifts. I believe that ami had none of the burlesque fea counties were present. o way, speaking of gun flints tho Beckner, of Clark, the originator of the coffee?" I feel as if he must mean some- It will, In due time. May this first (Meetures that havo been charged to it. Ex-S. Senator Tabor is about to movement, oiled the meeting to order and thing else Pod publishes a sensational that deeply underlies this lionet ting "from a foreign shore" begin the good letter to tho (fleet that each of tho build In Denver a hotel, which, when fur explained its object. Judge W. F.Bullock, question. The benevolent old gentleman work with some. There Is really no reason Lexington prostitutes who were- par- nished, will cost $1,20,000. .Mr. Tabor of Louisville, was made permanent Chair- who serves next this professorial personage why any one should wish us anything but says: "It will be such a one as Denver man, and W.T. Poynler,of Louisville, Sec- might be a retired banker; a little further "God speed," and I trust the gcod LORD WITH doned paid $100 for the favor. Who retary. The following resolutions were on Lord Iljron lives again in another blue to make this more and moro manifest, as never heard of, or even dreamed of." t;ot tho monoy is now a question and There was a crowd of 17 men In Jew adopted: roundabout; and our own'servitor, who In the days go by. I with all could know it should 1)0 answered p. d. q. Whereas, It is an imperative duty of dulcet, sympathetic voice says so often, this morning how I close this letter with ell's store yesterday, when it was proposed forgelfiilncsa of all wrong from such to lake for governor. vole the State to provide all the children of The nicest suit we've seen donned stood the vole Owaley 1.1; Jones ThoKnott the State with the elements of education. ''may I get you something more sir?" be- every tender such fervency of lore 2; as follows: for those source; and that a system for that purpose, to fore he proceeds to "clean off," is such a this spring is that of the Mountain 2. Straws, Ac Lexington Press. ue eiucient, must nave ample means, superlative gentleman, that I feel quite op who love me; and such gratitude to the Echo. Beautiful now typo has taken St. Pbteksbuko, April 8. The coro- be certain in the application of these means pressed at hating him do anything for me, dear LORD for his ' loving klndnens and tho placo of battered old ones, and a nation of the Cznr will probably be post- and unirorm In Its operation through- involving trouble. Yet my professor would tender mercy," filling my whole soul with out the State; and that the present common moro thorough metamorphosis is sel- poned. The police believe that unless lib- school system is withoutsullicient funds and not be insulted to have a shilling put into its glow of light and heat, that there is no eral reforms are granted the Nihilists have that the present common school law needs his itching palm; my banker would be only room at all for baser slon to find lurkdom seen. Bro. Dyche is certainly amendment; and that Kentucky is able to too proud to have it ofjered; Byron would ing places. determined to prevent the ceremony. -making monoy and wo aro glad of it. Is unexpectedly good The run It Is estimated that the Marion Trust provide the money, and that our present snap at it and our "Jeamea" would take it common school law can be undo moro perTun Lexington Uazcllc says that Company, of Indianapolis and Chicago, fect; therefore be It with such graceful promptitude and slip it 312 miles to noon. We must have made g tho prosecution of W. B. Huston bj which has been placed on the fraud list of Jitsotixd, That the chairman of this con- out ofnight in a moment, that you would famous time Isst night, desplto the of machinery for i season. the Department, has received vention apK!nt a committee of ten of know him an adept in this universal form tho Mutual Benefit Association is inwhich the temporary and permanent chair from I keep this open for a single line on ar investors fully cited by malico ns well as avarice and man shall be two and of which five shall be of table bribery. No, that is the wrong rival. Everybody busy cloning letters, word. I always fee a servant, on principle. Judge Jackson, of tho Jefferson (Ky.) a quorum which shall meet from lime to must result in Mr. Huston's triumph the chairman and report to I know hnw n gift in hand lubricates the puzzling over cost of stamp and getting has limo at call ofmeeting Circuit Court, rules that n mtn who la tho end. appropriate change Iroui the ateward fur an adjourned of this convention, read public accounts of the case in (pica-lio- iu us neiu in me saiy oi uoiiiaviiie upon joints and makes drudgery delightful. our foreign money. In Inlying mine, I Jesus deals with us in service1, on exactly NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. and his even formed and expressed tho call of the Central Committee, sucli had actually the triumph of proving to The failure last week were 107, an opinion on the subject, is competent to changes in our present school law and this principle. "An hundred fold here" make such suggestions as it may deem ex- not reserving all for heaven, though the him, after a complicated computation, that Representative Tout Ochiltree has at serve is a juror. pedient and necessary. best is given there. So I will not keep a he had cheated himself out of sixpence, last drawn his salary. Ducmn, April 8. Arrangement arc Whekeas, Certain measurss were itend-in- poor fellow to whom my pittance of grati- which I restored forthwith. He The State Medical Association will completed for the trial of the prisoners conbefore tho last Congress of the United tude is n great deal, in suspense until his thanks and stared at me. "Tu pence meet in Bowling Green nextjtar. cerned in the Phcnnix Park murders. Joo Stales which proposed an appropriation to is the postage on a single letter and work is done; but ever and snon give a sub be Ferrr will spend a year in Brady will be tried first. The Crown law- aid distributed among the several Stales in of popular education; and whereas, stantial "earnest" of what is coming. And It is the "ha'penny' that makes the misEurope for the benefit of his health. yers are determined to resist any postpone- these measures provide that tbia distribuI will not inspect "Jeamea"' motives in chief when you come to counting, Adeaul II. M. Dufurand Duncan 0. Kots will ment of the trial. tion shall be made for a term of years upon Pray for us. Love us. Ever in Jesus, the basis of illiteracy, and afterward upon getting me a juicy chop or a nice "help" of wrestle at Rochester soon for $500 a side. A Whitley counsy murderer is named Gro O. IUrNES. the basis of school population; and where- the goose with apple sauce; for the main Small-pois raging to an alarming Rainwater. When he got angry with his as, the measures referred to do cut claim point is this: I want him to be honestly A son of John Todd, of Garrard, fell 'extent near Uojd's Station, Bourbon victim he was hot water; when be killed for the Federal Government the right to happy and I want to be well waited on; from a tree and broke both his legs. He county. him he was boiling water; and now that he control education in the States, but provide is just the thing waa after a rquirrel. The Harrodsborg Springs properly did is a fugitive from justice, he is running simply for handing over the amount ap- and a little propriated to the constituted authorities of lo eflect both. No, it is not bribery, but not sell. The only offer was $11,700 and it water. Breckenridge News. the several States, to be applied under honest wages given for honest work. Mr. LANCASTER ADTMtTISLlKSTK. was refused. In order to gel central of IhaUil and foo.1 popular line ol Aailcullunl Implement! Jeffeison Davis has written a letter to State laws; therefore be it Moneybags, at the next table, who is too Vehicle!, and alio In order loenjbl. to. to purchu. In iuel. u.inilll Dr.J. K.Barnes, Surgeon General and the Secretary of the Southern Historical d,I! a. lo obuln , Haolttd, That this convention does most stingy to fee the waller, thinking the clian counlt iod lowe.t rile, of hit ctabllihed brine hM ir. Kn,. in J Agent lb. "rml u B. T WAITElt. llftuntll one of the attendants on Garfield, died at Society, in which he states that circum- heartily approve the adoption of some Uncniter and lUchmood, and under thl arrangement, w f.rl lure w m offer th. rrm.ei I ces to come to the are too Washington. LANCA8TER, KY. Many inaucements Over tho Majority of Dealers. stances beyond his control will prevent at measure of national legislation which Shall OmcOTerCltlna National Dins. OrSc bouis A fire at Vallorbe, Switzerland, de- tending tho meeting of the Society, to be embody the principles set forth in the fore- great to risk by any such proceeding, I keep on hinJllt all time at wr Mtml Wir IUtui a Itrg slock of from S to 12 A. M. anil from I lo 3 p. M. going preamble. wears bis porcelain teeth out gnawing on a stroyed 145 houses and rendered 1,200 per- held in Nashville, Tenn., on the 21st prox. Jlaolrtd, That we pledge ourselves to use tough steak, not to mention indigestion, BAM M. BUHDETT. sons homeless. The Louisville and Nashville earn- our influence to have our laws impartially when he might juit as well get a tender one A.t X.A.AV, Carver defeited Bogardus at Philadel- ings for March, show quite an increase administered and to secure LANCASTER, KV. phia, breaking ninety six clay pigeons to over 18S2, though the business last year justice to all classes of our citizens in the with a judiciously bestowed shilling. But Will prattle In (larrard ami aJjolnlDgcounttc. application or any educational funds pro- Mr. M., who has already paid for his food, and Court of Appeals, J his ninety-five- . was large. In March last year they were vided by the Federal Government. thinks this needless extravagance and if Passenger trains begun to run into the $1,008,822 82; same month this year they C. KAUFFMAN, II. lltsolvtd, That we respectfully urge the A-- t new Grand Central Passenger Station in are $1,132,100 or an increase of $03,277.18. next Legislature of Kentucky to pass res- persisted in, will decrease his $100,000 al IA."W, LANCASTER. KY. instructing our Senators and re ready out on usury and ultimately bring olutions Cincinnati, Saturday. al questing our Representatives In Congress The new Postmaster General has Miller Commissioner Girrinl Circuit Court. Will him to want. So he goes on munching and practlc In sit tb Courts of Garrard and adjoining Only about three more miles of track ready been nominated for the Presidency to give their Immediate attention to tho ob to be laid on the K. C. extension between by several able contributors to the current jects referred to in the foregoing resolution, growling, while John and James curse him counties and In tb Court of Appeals. for a curmudgeon and things are uncom Paris and Winchester. literature of the country. There is no so that prompt and favorable action may fortable generally. Moral O ye who have James M.Simmons, one of the assas- telling what may happen to a good man in be had upon the same. llaolted, That it is the senre of this con others to serve you, make their lives joyous sins of General Tucker, at Okolona, Miss , this country. Cincinnati Commercial vention that the friends of popular educaby over payment and present! You will has been sentenced to be hung. Gazette. I win Mil or eacbanr rar Firm In Trxai tar tion should in the coming elections in this laodi In (larrard, Madlion, Unroll or Ilo'l coun-lithree-storC. P. Huntington, of the ChesaMr. brick State support only known and outspoken not miss it in the long run, nor short run, The Ende Home, a Trill farm It tltuaUd In Tarranl eounlr. peake & Ohio, as said to have decided to hotel at Greenville, Tex , fell, burying the friends of good common schools for all the and your life will be a constant benediction Ttm, about Uor MmllM South of th clljrof Fort Wortb and about urn dltlanr North of and sunshine to the poor. The "Pavonia" the City of Cleburne, In Johnton county. Contain! build a Union depot in Louisville. inmates between its walls Fifteen persons children of the uommonweallb. That it shall be the dulr of said commit made 310 miles Praise the LOBD HVO AerfH ol An laud, all under Imc. with a George Williner, a fireman on the are known to have been killed. A few good burn upon It and zood wiltron ptu tees lo induce competent lecturers to enter It for this good voyage and uninterrupted flrmt-ra- t firming find and ituprrlnllu well Lake Shore road, has fallen heir, through unhurt. The ruins took fire, and the held; to obtain the of the located for rilling caltU, bclnf on blah plilnu the death of an uncle, to $320,000. Ixtveen two nter filling ilrtama of water. It la many bodies roasted in the flame. Green- public press; to keep a constant correspond- gcod runs. about on mil Kut of In lurTrrrd rout of th ence with the local associations; by personal The wind drew ahead before night-fal- l The total number of acres o( land in ville has no fire engine. Kort Worth A IdoOrand It. It . which will I and every honorable method to secure proptime, and alio mile , JSra-. the State listed for taxation is 24,510,192, The bridegroom aged 70, James Rob- er andadvanced legislation In aldofcommou and all sail was taken in, but the breize completed In a ibortSanu Ke It. IU aboutIn 3 operaWjitol tb OCA now and the value thereof Is $189,853,055. inson by name, who persuaded a Toledo schools and generally lo use such means as was moderate, and our speed was not ma- tion from Ft. Worth to Uilenloo. Tbli firm it In HiiKKlfN, C,arrlKCH,Nirliiu Wiikmh, 1'iiriu Ubkoiih, Lor Wugeita, tb wheat rilling lection Mark Marsden, leader of a notorious lady to marry him by giving her a bogus in their judgment may seem proper to fur- terially checked. The sea is smooth again cm gnat cotton anddeilrablafor in on of North' rexaaaod verj wanting Alio gang of Missouri hog and cattle thieves, was check for $100,000 and afterward ran away ther the cause of public education, to agi- and we hardly feel that we are on the ocean to firm or rilM cattle.Horn hat on th place mall buochof Short Heifers with calf and questions pertaining to common so steadily does our noble steamer go. tate hanged by a mob near De Soto Sunday. on on ebon Horn null, 3 yean old tbli f prluit: with $75 and a cane belonging schools in every district until they become The gentlemen got up a mock trial to- alw firming Implement!, Ihit I will trida with A half willed boy of St. Joseph, Mo., to the officiating clergyman, bus been ar- worthy of the btate. asjATgwjajgili!JI-rir'ar:igstfcaaK. . tbplac. .!. NcHKG IIUNCAN. Kjr. UJ-tJan. II. 1831. Lancaster, haa been arrested, charged with having rested in Hamilton, Canada. That the officers of said organization night, in which a certain delinquent was the caused eighteen firs in the past five weeks John Dorsey testifies that he sold his shall serve without pay, but all be mem- arraigned for stealing a bottle of whisky. bers of such organization shall liable lo The forms of law were duly observed; the A paste diamond worth $2 was picked interest in the .mall business to Stephen an initiation fee not exceeding the sum of up in the Vanderbilt mansion after the Dorsey for $10,000 and since July 29 had $1 and such occasional dues as may in the Judge, a grave looking old gent engaged in great costume ball,, which was a $10,000 no interest in any route. He denies broad judgment of said Central Committee be or- South American mining, who bad dignity Taaaicar DiPAaTMssr. Ornca or CoumoLiiaor TinCvaaiscr, affair. ly that he bad ever paid any money to dered, to be used for the publication of enough for a Supreme bench, and acld Waiiiisutok, Fm. 73, iss3. Joseph Acton and Thomas Conner, tracts or pamphlets for the of any officer of the government to secure an the iicople, for the payment information ex- bis part well. The steamer's doctor was Wiikairia. be ullxfutorr eildenc rvMented to of actual wrestled in Pastime Park, counsel for the prosecution, and a good tbuneraignd,lt hubeen mid to appear Ihit increase or expedition of routes. penses of said organizition and the promo Bank of th. Philadelphia, for $500 a side. Acton won amusing tb Cltlteni National tb countr LncatUr, In and one. A German gentleman with town of Lancaster. In of (larrard Jacob Shaefer, the American billiard-li- t, tion ol public education in the btate. Kentucky, ha compiled with all th. pro- easily. Ilesolted, That this convention, when it brokenness of utterance, conducted the de Stat ofor in defeated Maurice Vignaux, the French moni luriied Btaiutei or in united John Stakely, the sixteenth member shall do with before champion, at Chicago, Friday, for the adjourns, Louisville so subject to assemble fense very funnily. Some of the witnesses State required to be complied commenc tban e ihall boaulhorlied lo again in at the call of the Cen- were splendid, including one of the cabin noted counterfeit gang of Simpson of the of banking. world at the balk-lin- e tral Committee on the day of September, championship of the county, has been captured in Sumner counboys In female garb, who testified in favor th Now, then ore, I, John J. Knox, Comptroller of game. The score stood COO to 509. 1883. Currency, do hereby certify I bit th. t'lllieni ty, Tenn. Railroad Tar I a, Reaper., Mower., Hay Rale, Oraln Drlilt, Broadcast of the prisoner in a most ludicrous way. National Hank of Lancaster, In th town of ORGANIZATION. Sbaefer, nfter a scries of brilliant plays, tbecouoly oldirrird and Slat of "KenAlexander Williams (colored), arrestRttdtttiL That a permanent orcanizition The jury found the prisoner guilty and tho tucky isInauthorised to commence tb buslneea ol ri...W.Iklng.nd Riding CuU.r.tor.. Corn I.,.H.. Corn H.o.cr., red won the game and the championship by a be immediately formed of the friends of Judge sentenced him to do a lot of absurd banking ai prof Ided In Section 9,1(9 of th lttilied era' Ilolleri. and many other Horn. ed for outrsging a negro girl, Lena Moses, run of 108. Statutes of lb United State. common school education in Kentucky. at Vicksburg, Miss., was taken out of jail in testimony wbeiecr, Wllnet my hand Senator Beck, of Kentucky, and Mr, That a committee of nine members, of things, which closed the trial. While we aval oi ouice, iuia;u4 uiy 01 renruary, ibbj. and and hanged by a mob. whom Judge Beckner and the present Su- were all together, a collection was taken up JOilN J. KNOX, Palmer, the new Senator from Michigan, 1 Comptroller of th Currency. Within the space of three months be can not draw any pay until next December, perintendent of Public Instruction shall be for the "Widows and Orphansof the Sailors No. 2,8S. two, be appointed by the Chairman, to there have been one hundred and forty Ilif the Senate is not called together be- known as the Central Committee, with Home," of Liverpool, which waa the true licit distilleries seized by officers of the inwardness of the little trial and a pleasant fore that time: the former because, by power to call conventions, to appoint Government in the Atlanta District. and district conventions and lo pro way of getting at sympathetic pockets. some oversight, his credentials for his new A negro in jail in Charlestown, W. Va., the cause the complete organization of the Most gave term were not filed, and the latter because vide forof friends education in the State, and genIs reported to have confessed to have comgood. How I wished that tho passenhis credentials hadn't time to reach hi in erally to have supervisory and advisory mitted the murder in Ashland, Ky., for gers could as easily be gathered to hear the before the adjournment of the Senate. powers. which Neal, Craft and Ellis were tried. a committee be appointed by the gospel, but that door is hermetically seal That The auction rale of tickets to the Cin Two inches of rain fell in Louisville consisting of one from ed. Not a shadow of an opportunity have cinnati Dramatic Festival closed Friday, Central Committee, each Concresslonal district In the State, to we had for services since the voytge began, Thursday night in an hour and a quarter. Two thousand four hundred and be known as tho State Executive Commit This his never been exceeded, according Maiicii 2d; Friday. The engines stopseats have been sold for a total aunt of tee, whose duty shall be to counsel, and. I in alMprepired toiurmsh price and eillnlllesof all kinds of Cn.rlow.8aw Mllli. Tkruhlo. lli. to the Signal Service record of that city. chine., Hiy l'rrue. Hlraw Slackers, Wind Mil a, Horse I'owers.aod rarlous other kinds ol machinery. Of this" sum the premiums when called upon, to assist the Central ped last night for a whlls, for some cause, 01,025. f Chandler goes with Arthur on his but soon resumed their untiring labor. amounted to $30,281; the average premi- Committee. Florida Ashing trip. Chandler was a visitThe resolutions were pawed without a What with this little delay and the headrirtlealnwioUfinygoo.il In my lln um is $12 25. The sale has produced sev will or to Florida in 1870 and his fishing then be wind, we will not make such a run as yeseral thousand dollars more than any pre dissenting voice. The next meeting will loot nothing by seeing m. tatire purchasing Cinti. Penny amounted to something. terday's, but the talk over the ship this vious auctlou for Musio Hall, and there held in Louisville.Sept. 12th. I'ost, morning Is, that we shall seethe Irish lightThe house of Dr. J, U. Kvans, of Ma- are still 1,207 seats to be sold without OARRARD COUNTY. The notice house by 10 o'clock rlon, was struck by lightniug and burned premium. Paint Lick. from the saloon steward that Engliah During the past week the American with all its contents. The family experi Some of our farmers are ready to plant stamps for our letters may be had of him, enced a severe bIiocIc, but escaped further Express Company commenced the running corn and will commence this week. suspended from one nf a cany of a s(ec!al train from New York, consist Injury. --The little baby of Mr. D. G Slaugh- withdining-roo- as bagpillars to receive our cor the It is stated that bonds hare been placed ing entirely of their own cirs. This train ter, died tho third day after Its birth. respondence, pleasantly speaks of the ter In France of the Maryland and Delaware carries no passengers and makes no stop, Our town will soon present a neal aptiUa Kaf Ship Canal across the peninsula. The other than for coal and water, .(he object pearance. Several houses nre being paint- minus of our voyage. Unexampled has it been for favoring wind and sea. Old trav work is to cost $8,000,000, to be finished in being to male the quickest, possible time ed. IKili'uuoo Spring Tooih Harrow The Sunday ichool organization at elers say they never saw it in February for the benefit of the customers of the comfour years. lalsihjnlla drain and Heodsol all kinds, also The Court of Appeals has awarded to pany. This is indeed a new enterprise and New Hope wis postponed until next Sun- "after this fashion" before; and we might Hay and Wool. day. fifty years In successmake the voyage for popular one. Miss Samantha Phillips, of Tsylor county, will evidently grow to be J. R. Farris was in this vicinity last Ion without having it so pleaaint again. I UollnSulky 1'lowl damages in the sum of $10,000 for breach Rapid transit in everything is what Is needweek buying horses for the Southern mar- believe our unanimous resolution to keep of promise and seduction on the part of ed in these times. ket. He bought one of Jack Adams for trusting, even after decided symtoms ol The unessines in London over the re- $137. Wm, F.Clark. III LHUCHHtCr Ht Ihu Chicago syndicate purchased, one cent dynamite developments is widespread. A Louis Lindram, who has been assist naseau appeared "hoping against hope" C.HI.KX A WILLIAMS, Every avenue of (ravel is guarded and the ant Railroad agent here, returned home saved us from the otherwise inevitable reyear ago, from the Texas Legislature, Mansgera Iluitontlll. D.pot acres of laud for $1,600,000. The hsggago of the passengers Is searched. The Saturday. Alex Francis, of Rlleys Sta. sults. Had we given up all for lost, we "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," land has now been sold to a London syndi- officials are credited with having important lion, is on a visit lo his father's, Mr. Jas. had surely been sufferers. Again we have learned the lesson that when we feel worst facts in their possession that will implicate Francis. cate for $10,000,000. . UITIIUHM, r, LANCASTER, Our town Is rery much in need of a Is the very time to shout "victory!" KY. Underwood, hung at Charles- - piomloent people. America is censured Howard Manager I ancattsr Depot away back In this diary, how the one that understands colscaffold: "I for allowing the agents of the "aveugers" barber, too, Mo., Friday, stid on the tTByHaAewaBwBBwBBwBBwBTi am at rest with Jesus. Ism going with gold- to supply them with money and it is pre- oring tuuitache. We noticed same of the devil said, "don't write that, you may get before all en slipper and a long white robe to walk dicted that the House of Commons will this young men that have just begun lo sprout awfully sick and be put to shame It. II. 1VKAMEN, up and down the streets of glory. I am In week express disapprobation of the course them got a little loo much blackiog on or else have to conceal facts by explaining Corn I'lanlcri Mintgcr Richmond Dspot I'roprleton their lips and the mustache was not visible. that line of your record." And I remem of the United States Government, Jmus, and ho is in we." icy. lil auiia XOItl." -- blue-gra- ss Uveif Sal i Ffl SITIAIBIXmIEI! jtjjsrjD lot of harness COAX! s:hco:f. Jtntcs and Fine Turnouts. moism xwsms wook A. T. NUN NEKiIiEY, Nfiiiifovd, Ky. Lou-isvill- WE ARE READY! & - Men's, Boys' Children's CLOTHING! I3NT y stop-pin- Pol-ofEc- e ABUNDANCE I W ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT! g KId Correct Styles and Low Prices. y" BRUCE, & GO. palm-greasin- g ATTENTION, FAHfiS! work-hous- e 8TJUOKON DENTIHT, ATTOllNEV even-hande- d (ISt-lyr- ATTOItNEY 1 A Texas Farm For Sale! e. 1 gold-heade- d '' Citizens National Bank. middle-weight- um-elati- bull-ne- 3!S'??S.HHBsWIwBlV r, Cltn.ZZ.rlm. couu-7tcit- y fifty-thre- e fate Iiandrefli's In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of 1 - FURNITURE GEORGE O. WEARE1NT. Stanford. I. first-clas- s GEO.D.BURDETT&CO., " ' I ' 1 accomplished daughters being members The evening wss phisantly spent in dan cing and music. Osim to the hard rain which commenced a an early hour and continued all night, in fad the attendance was not so large as It would otherwise have been. Among the ladle present, were Misse Nannie and Sophie Bright, Matlle and Lulle Duke, Lee McGrorty, Beltie Dillon, Mary Chandler, Mary Iloberlson and Mary Calloway. Some of the gentlemen were Messrj. Wm. Wiseman, Clint Armstrong, G. C. Coles, H. W.Evans, 8. It. Cheek, Henry Heed, Fayette Dunlap, Dr. Glvens, 8. Tevis and Wm. Given. Mr. Wm. M. Itue and his bride ne Mit Laura Durham, have arrived home and are domiciled at Mr. Jno. M Mycra'. The marriage took place at Waverland. Indiana, where the bride's parents reside, on the 0th Inst. Mrs. Hue Is nearly related to the Durham of Boyle county. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. QT.A.ifcTir'cmx). Tuosday Morning, LAN. LOCAL -- icv. 10, 1883 April TIME CARD. I . . Mail Train, Dailr. fsssrs Stanford rolngNerlh (iautb J 15 P. 00 r. r. M. M. Accommodation, Dailr except Sundar. 11 IM rlfanfora' going North Houth ..a u A, L0CALN0TICES. Paint of Penny A MeAllater. FisitiNO Tckle at Mcltoberti At Htajrg's. I.ANDKirril'gdiirilcn Beed Buy fi Htajrg's. it Mcltobert Nr.w flock of Jewelry ami Bllrerware at Penny A McAllster's. lAmmrnt'a Oartlen Heeds, in Itulk and tn paper, at Penny h McAllster's. Watchix, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A .McAltsler. KtiLL stock of Fiahlnic Tackle of all kind can now lie found at Penny & McAlisttr's. PERSONAL Utile aon of Mr. John Ramsey, Is fjntte III of pneumonia. Mil, lloirr. Hl,AlH and Mis Kato were liere aliopplng jeaterilar. A. AMDKlitoN, ICHj,our Danrllle correspondent, called to see 11a Baltirdar. Mim. Juno it 1. II. Munt, of 1'cewre Valley, Is on a rl.it to Mr. M.S. Mcltob Lial.U, a erts, who Mim IIjIiiiiiet Adams, of (Jsrranl, hu lieen rlaltlnK MisHallIe Green, returned home Saturday. Mkmiw.H. II.SilAHKAamlJ. W.Hay-drgot back from the citlca Saturday, where they bought Iota of a prlng good. Oon editor hai be n ill and confined to hit bed alnce our last Issue. Hence, we are enabled to glte our patrons a better paper than usual. n MlM IlKTSV I'r.NNINdTON ANIlltOWKN, now attending school in Islington, pent Ilowen look Hunday with home folk well in hi uniform. Mit. J. II. Fish, or IUtIIIs, Texas, write ui that he will lure for Hot Springe, Ark , in a few daya for the btntflt of the health of hit wife, who hai been ill for I'i'iik home grown seed wUtw GOcI. of hi labor heretofore had Itffn In collect and Sunday. Mr. Harris by hi kindness hi pay, and It would kill him In collect and cheerfulness ha won the esteem and prr buohel at II. C. Ililght'. good wilt of all who know him. Mrs.W.M. $100 more. (lo to Uruce, Warren A Co.' for cloth-- Mr. J I. J. Dsrst, with Mr 8.8. Ows- Howard hai gone to Livingston to visit ing. Their alocV is simply Immense. ley, as alternate, w choien at the Melbo-di- friends and relative. n Church Sunday a delegato to the DisHami- - Dicicr.MOM's Kuwell county Bright. sweet iiotatne far seed at A. Owsley trict Conference which inert at Chaplain Miss Alice Col ven I the guest of Mrs In Nelson county., ARonV. Catherine Blsckerby. The Temperance Convention of MinMr. D. N. Pre ittbought of Joe Bwope and An emgant lino of China Tea Set ister of various churches In Kentucky, fll.AM Watrii Srrni utrecciTel at llruce, a mare mule for $115. which assembled in Lexington in FebruaUncle George F.ubanks, who la in his Warren A tV. " m ry, 1882, adjourned lo meet again at the 8&1 year. I the father of a boy. Tin: Superior Court ha overruled the rail of the Central Committee. The comA mule kicked and broke the leg of a llllon fur a new hciring In the Phlli) mittee have decided, after mature delibercolt by William Welch, beOwsley case. ation, to call another meeting of the Con- longing to Mr. J. K. Englcman. TllK largent and moat eelect lino cf vention, and they have selected Louisville Mr. Geo. P. Bright will lake his seat French Candies ever brought to Stanford, as the place, and tho SSth of April, at 2 about May lat, and then look oat chicken o'clock p. m., as I lie lime. The house in fighters, for you will be walked nt II. C. HrightV in one by which the Convention will be held has not one. W. IIayiirm has received a nice new J. been selected, hut notice thereof will be this vicinity are about done yet rarmerain lot of Spring Clothing, lludn'l you better given in due time, and tbey earnestly In- breaking up corn ground and will soon be go and get a bargain of him T vite all of the preacher of all religious ready to plant corn If the weather continues CALL and examine my stock of Furni bodies in the State lo meet In counsel on good for a few days. Three young ladle ran a race to show ture, Ac; it I now full, and complete, and the momentous questions which will cn- price are lower than ever. II. K. Wearen. gago the attenlion of the Convention. The their sweetheart which had the fastest n opposition of Ihe people in our State to horse. Miss 8. Y.'a flew the track and ran I iiavk opened a shoe shop at my stable, the liquor traffic I Increasing with sur- against a wsgon and both were badly hurl; where repairing of all kinds will be done. prising rapidity, and the men whoie busi- Miss S.J.' ran against Mr. Hubbie'a store A.T.Nunnclley. ness it is to teach rtligion and morals and Miss 8. Q.'s hasn't been heard of since. 8 8. Mvens sells none but the finer grade should be foremost in the movement. We Ed. White and a young man from of lea, which lie I offering lower than confidently rely uon a hearty response to Nicholasvllle attempted to cross the Ilsng-in- g over for the cash. Fork neai Inland No. 10 the other day our call, and wc humbly (rust that the Head nl Ihe Church will follow our effort and when in the middle of the stream the Mn II. C. IIiiiuiit haa at laat succeed ed in getting hi telephone line from Ihl with Hi blcing. J, W. McGsrvey.W. horse concluded it waa about time lo real M Pratt. W. F V. Ihrllett, Oeo. Wilson, awhile, and, lying down, iniiated that the place to the Junction In working order. II. P. Walker, John Shouse, Jno. O. Fee, young gentlemen "sink or swim." Tbey TunComptroller of the Currency, on II. K Perry, Central Committee. chose the latter and reached the shore wisSaturday, aulhorlttd the Hiiatonvilie Na er but wetter men. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. on a tional Ilink to commence buslne Crab Orchard. capital atock of $00,000. The proprietors of the Lincoln Mill Uen. Itobinson is again here. . want In buy wheat. Mr. J. Chadwick and wife have taken Mil Ja. C. Binolkton and Mia Nan Creosote and rooms at tho Harris House. The noted daughter of cy II. Heynolda, a Mollle McCsrty, are doad. We were all greatly pained to learn of W. O. Iltynold, were married at the lat The present cattlo drive from Texas is the sudden death qf Henry Mershon. tcr'd residence laat night. estimated at about 210,000. Messrs. , Kennedy A Saunders bought Ilowen G. Pennington sold to C. IMT, somewhere in Stanford, a Ilreast-pilast week of J. T, Hansel, a span of horses old oxen for $1 10. set with a blue atone. Finder will be a yoke of three-yea- r for $150. rewarded by leaving it with Otorge D. J. O. McAIIatcrsold tn J. W. Allen A Aunt Betsy Kennedy, of whom menG Co , Wearen. W. II. Fallen, Dayton, O. cattle at $23 and a calf for tion waa made some time back, is still imlira-illU10-l- LUBIHER OF ALL KINDS. wlihln lo tiny Lumber for Inline, fenrlDt- or any purpot ean sars money by f elllns. It of as at onr mill on the Number firm, about two Any on miles from Crab Orchard, 121 DAVE YANDELL M JaV 1 a Will bs pr Itted lo servs flnesn spprorH ln orat my stable i miles marts from Hianfotit Mk Pitt St 011 the Knt Mr.l.VlIV A '. JV'' GRAND PUBLIC SALE $10 to Insure Colt. a r. Van-l- ll DFXRirTION ANI)ITDiiRI',R.-li- ia will MS jearaolJth20lhnrMar, IS hands t Inch.Mortl bay Willi hrarf man and tall and will horse. a wbnn fully HORSES. make bj Telegram; dsreloptlfrankmamlfltenl lio bf EIGHTY WollorUj Slrsd lis bj Telegraph, (who was a brother to Elhan Allen Unrat and Htockbrld" Chler.i h hj lllll'a lllaek ha The unilerilnl will mat a Joint public sale at Hawk, of Crldeenort, Vt.hsby tfbermsn anddam brthaorlglnal Jmlln Morgan. Telegram'a Dtntllls, no bf Pojd McNary, Jr.; id dam br Whlpp; 3d dam bjr Waty. Das Vamlel'a dam la a One romblnril mare from Woodford eonnty and nl unknown pedis" now but I will b ablo to get It In a ahort time. Iil-2- ni K, II. CHOW, Stanford, K. oraboutSOhtailof Ilonm. rmbraclns; ItoiJitera, nenllemrna' Drlrera, fall If n. Combine.! Win, cirtrullr-se-Itctewell-bred Bullions and Mam. A and aunerlor lot or Hock. Apply to either Hnjllih for cataof the undenUnod, or Marra h5 Thursday, April 19, 1883, ' or.oii. hhotiii:h.s a hue, HKUCF. A IIAKI.A. logues, iJI-t- d Fancy Boy! iK JkjK - n, Va-nn- y - - t mules A corresond-en- t Phipp, of Philadelphia, E. IT. BUHNSIDE, write lo know if the rumor that Ma). at an average of $200 each. Danville AdKinney refused to vote for A. It. Clarke in vocate. LOCAL MATTERS. This Old Woll - Known Hayden C. Hdmunds, of Warren Co., Ihe Senatorial election i true. We Vijomvk Oiuncim at II. C. Wright' Still Maintains bought 107 hog that averaged over 200 upon good authority that ha did not High Fnmt car of rait, lime and cement at but went to the polls and voted for him. pounds each, from L. D. Hrldges, at $0 87 J " AND ct. per pound. Ow.Iey A Son's. however, voted against him in thepri-marHe, A Warren county farmer sprinkled preferring Mr. F.lder, a wa his Country llicon, especially WANTrn. Iti Proprietor ii Determined that right, hut he did not bolt Itecausc bis fa- "Itough on Itals" on some hay for the deit Shall be Second to no Country shoulders. II. & Bright. Hotel in the State in its Fare, struction of rats, hut it also proved to be vorite wss not chosen. Appointments, or Attenrough on calves. All kinds of seed Irili olatoee and ontion to Comfort of "Uncle Davy" Given, an old and wor A Son'. Iiillast, Fellowptay, Kate Creel and ion set at their Qneits. thy colored man, died Saturday ofadiseare Moscow were the winners of Thursday's wool Ik you want the bet suiht two-plwhich bflltd the knowledge of the doctors. rscc at New Orleans; Lloyd Daly, Moni-lou- , Raggs will be conveyed to and from ths He retained his sense nearly to the carU go to J. W. Hsyden's. Duke of Mintalban and Centennial rreeofchsr". Special acrororaodatloaa diiot la to Commercial Traselera. Ths Bar will be and not only talked of his faith in Friday. (lo TO 8. 8. Mere to buy jour lemons, last always supplied with th choicest hut gave bis consent to braada of Minor sad Clears. Over 10,000 itound of bacon were sold oranges, bananas, apples and fine Candies. a heavenly home, the physician who attended him to ajw.J at a sale in Jessamine county Friday at the f2i FULL stock llojs' ami Children's ready mortftii examination, which revealed that following price: Jowls $0 10 per cwt.; PULASKI COtlUTY. made clothing at llruce, Warren A CuV his death waa caused by n hardening and shoulders 10c; sides 12c; hams 13c; lsrd 13; hi The fino Iniiwrteil Norman Stallion, will make tbo Somerset. thickening of Ihe bladder. Hi liver was sixty daya time. tcaon of 181 at the stable of J. M. Wrsr, st "Pink Don't fail to aco the handawe design in operation in Cottage," IVi miles trom btanford, alao aflVcted. Eleven distilleries are Common to medium Cincinnati. in Tea, Dinner and Chamber Set at II. C SEASON, 815 good lu choice butcher Pulaski. Mouton's Dig t bss ruined its reputa- cattle $2&05; alright'. . Circuit Court will commence here tion here and it will hardly do for a single grade $5.25(5 C 25; fair to choice shipper ADVillTIKKHKSTS. KW YnrrriiHAV waa the 19lb annirereiry of 823 TO IXHUUE A COI.T I Monday. one of them ever to return Morton him $50 50; slockera and feeders S 17505 50; next Chanipolsa dark ar. 17 hands blub, weighs the iurrender of the Confederate forcea at Jack I.. Owen ha been placed in aa 1.C00 tenuis snd ta 3 years old tbo 29lb of Mar self la a good negro character delineator some extra at $C next. Ilelsof flneitjlean.l action, good In tbo ApKmatlox. private lunatic asylum at Cincinnati. An Knglish paper o.Oert that it cost and Hlchaida i a lip top burletquer of loins, well ribbwl and largo bodr, with anoulders; liesd and neck well set on. lis waa ImCattle and sheep were never scarcer Fort 8ALtt Two handsome residence. the female, bath in voice and manner, but a much to transport a bushel of wheat Th . annual meetlns ot the ahareholders ol the ported br O. W. Stuublfleld A Co., of Woomlng-tothan at present, and there are no fat cat- Stanlord A liallaUap Turnpike Cj. for the elecsell tery cheap. Stanford, Dec. 25, when thst'a said all's told. Tho bilance of tdelvo miles on a turnpike road in III., September II, mi Will d TROl'KIETOtt,- WKAY A WAKKl'IELU. tion ot a president and board of dlrcctora for the V. Craig. '82. as from an American seaport across tle in the county. Ihe alleged "troupe" were cheeky drumtbo Circuit Cltrk'a ensuing Tear will be beta at Marion Mounce eloped to Tennessee office Inritaoford on 8ATUKDAV, MAY 8, IMS. Mr. Wm. Dai'oiiiuty will aoon com mers, who are trying to make expencea in 3,000 miles of ocean. Statistic show that the farmers of the with Miss Viola Calhoun, a lew daya ago, 137. The whole a J.e Uaslng bad tbla Hotel to build a carriage shop on hi lot selling good on commi-sion- . mence GLENCOE! thing wa much worse than ihe "Dig 15V great State of Illinois produced laat year and were married. The girl is but 15 and next to the College ground. mid last performance and that i saying about product aggregating the enormous value haa alwaya been so weakly aa to be unable My Combined SUIllon.wlU From basement to garret, to attend school. Somerset Reporter. Ilnucr, Wahben A Co., with the big aa much as language could axpres. or $300,000,000, which is equivalent to over stand tb present season at I Intend to Keep It In u Strictly my atab!e,2$ mils geat apringalock in town, are atill in the $!) an acre for all land in the State. BOYLE CQUNTT. of Hustonrlll on tte ffSr FlrstCIttM4 Milliner, Circuit Court Items. In the case of field. Kead their "ad" ami go to see the m Hustonsllls snd Liberty And lear nothing undone that will add to lb Wm. illalr, who has driven Maud 8 road at Danville. I. Shelby Jr.'sTr. vs. I.Shelby Jr. In for six years, saya that he never before tSS-sof that Superior Lime which the C O. Springs properly was COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. Aiiotiier The Clemens House waa closed tempo$10 TO IN8UKE knew her to be in such Gne shape as she U Auk due at W. II. Higgina' rarily Saturday erenlng. Mr. Owens' busold, W. N. Haldeman, the purchaser, paid A COM, the plaiterera about it before buying else- - oil the 1 sale bond giyen by him amount- this spring. He is confident that she can siness at other points being such aa to renMoney due whtn th colt la foaled. Trading tb heat her nresent record when the tjcn,e .... V.a.1. th. in.nranrd and lnaiea th staaon whero. Ar offered der it inconvenient for him to remain loning to $30.CGI, including interest. John comes. Paid due. IJcn retained on tb colt till season ta of floe SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Mrs. 1kian Steniknsoh, formerly of Murphy, who sued the L. A N. It. It. for Hardin Purdom, E.j , sold a half in- ger. Mr. Jas. R, Dodds haa charge of the Abdaltah Olcncoela a beautiful brown,urse; baa To patronlt me, aa I bar 9 erery couTenlencc.auch bon and muscle and li a natural saddle mare that haa property and thinks a new landlord will thia place, and a aiatcr of Fid. J.O. Liv- $5,000 dsmage for Injuries received some terest in a with as N1CC BAMl'LK UUUMS, Ac, for their us. In fct-- 5. trotteJonalOecond-alowtraconly two montha' handling. II ha produced soma at Kmporla. Kansas, April time ago, was given $383. The care of Ihe been driven only a short tune, and baa a be here by Thursday. ingston, died and ofth finest horse In th 8tt any hora larger per Baggage Transferred to and from The combination rale of Cecil Bros. Commonwealth vr, J. W, Gooch waa called record of three minutes; to Mscy Iiroa, of I know; third, of Consumption. cent, of extra walkers than was aired by Jo. Elmo, ho by Alexander' Abdal. the Depot free of charge. yesterday about 11 o'clock and both side Versailles, for item in & Hue and Ilroce and Harlan Will take lah, ho by llaniuUtonlan; Jo. Kluio' dam by IUnsey baa greatly impror-e- d answering ready, a Jury waa Mr. W. F. place at the stables of the former on the W.N, FKAMC1N. Mambrlno Messenger, h by Mambilno PaymasOlteuioacall. obtained in a Advocate, Dj h by ter: Jo. Abdallah'a Istdsm by Willi bla bouie by putting on a coat of paint short while. Gooch is charged with the North MIddleton item in Paris Ken 10th Inst. Kighty head of coach, buggy Foreigner; h by Imp. Ulenco; M dsm out of a haa alto reand d The roof of the thoroughbred.kuown aa th murder of Alex. Kiliion, a constable at tuckian: Ben. F. Mark's four acre surveyed and saddle animals will be aold. llussea by ! 1st mare: Willi ceived another painting. Males either chain or lock stitch, at the Cherokee; his dam D.' Imp. dam Starlight, Olenco; will run free from the hotels to plsce of by King Mountain, in January, 18S0 This field of corn, planted four feet each war, 1st dam by Woodpecker. will be plenty to eat for alt pleasure of the operator, with is the second trial of the esse, the former as shucked, measured, and hauled outOO sale, and there Fousd, in Stanford, a pocket-boo& CO. My Fine McElroy Jack honest barrel of good corn. This is a who may attend. some money in it. Owner can gel it by resulting in a hung jury. Agenta for various shows of various naked fsct. calling at thia office, proving property Will stand at ths same place on tb sam terns. Cyclone We learn through Mr. Wm. Linda have been in Danville recently, but During the last six month over II la about ISK banda high and baa prorea Mm and paying (or this "adr." Williams of a cyclone which did great ...If (a l It. SnII.I. lirAA.1". pounds of leaf tobacco have been aa they could find no place to exhibit they I refer you lo tnioiiowioggeniieiueuaiuiii It. K. Dahkow Inform fjaherinen damage to properly below Ml. Salem sold in had to look further. This is unfortunate Mr. breedlngof tho ab it stock: J J, Dry. J. Jy (Va.) warehousesat an Dodd, L. P. Sharp, J. I". lllftc, lied bar stallion: 10 hands: l!ed 187!; bred br I sin standing two Uaughmau, Wm. 11. Vurnslde, Mantord. Ky. that hi pond will bo open to them till Thursday night. It originated on Carpen- aversce of $1050 per 100 pound. In for the "show bizDeu" and for the world- K. Chas. Dunn, bUnford, Ky aired by Meawoger fine Jack at m rata- llustonsllle: I can lurnlsh paaturan at reasonabla rates. May 1 at. He requests that horaea be tied ter's Creek, in Casey, but did no damage Lynchburg during the fame time 0,000,000 lings who frequent Ihe places where ihe record, Chief, sir of Maud Mesaeogeri mile North ble, fits ii. N. l'OWKI.I.JIustouTllls. record, :'; Abel Abdal-laof Stanford, at t.lSi; Marrel, sound of worldly music and the voice of outside his premise and that 110 shooting except to timber, until it reached a negro pounds were sold. trial, trial, OuJ. town, about a mile below Mt Salem, which T.a; iteua t:., t:tv gaii mi . years oiu, aiaiu. aici... be done. L Mr. Peter Goasett, of Barren county, the csniedian is heard, liut then you gall at 1.2(1 gait at J years old, Msggi btewarl, $8 to Insure demolished, blowing it almost completely lstdamtfus of an sere in Hurley know it is 10 mirth bettar for the morals of BK. S years&ld, and other vromlstng ones, sou aiiuui,Moans. Gro, 1'Aunn and I). H. Diahon, down or unroofing nearly every house in planted E a uoit. ei uy nruiiuei, z.xv74,aDu tue.iroui l. tobacco lat year, and sold from it 1,000 our "charming little city." Selah. 2.I9XS Anuelte, SJi; T A., 2 26) Youmr He who canie down from Kast liernstadt, yesthe settlement. From thenre its course :M: Vlrandlere. .2Ck. Mlinon. .!.'! Ca On Saturday, a negro named Uen Mo-pounds, which brought, at the Falls City fentlnella fall terday, reidrt four new case of tmall-po(Irani bentlnel. 'i:M. SURPRISE pon I, was through Major Jones' larw and thence Cormack was brought in fiom Junction brother to Volunteer, th sir of St. Jullen, 11!; at Pitman, and that no step have been ta- in Ihe direction of Kings Mountain. Msj Warehouse, Louisville, $22.50 per hunUlo.ter.217; Alley, V:l9; uojiue, i,rj;t finer, bands, 4 rars old, tired by Imp. Talcrmo, dred. ThU was at tho rate of $300 per City, and committed for further trial on a Ta It air ol Caldwell's Bos Jack) sod out 01 a Bupe. 2.19K: Hunter. 2.203I-- . Amy, 2 20),, and a Boor ita spread. ken to prercnt Jones' barn, corn crib and spring-housmors In t bs 2.30 class. 2d dam Kilty litters, tbi charge of obtaining goods by fabe preten (tb MauiinotbJeDuet. . i rlor acre. record, S.OOj t.year. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. dam of lkrlle Ulrl, 2. nearly every tree ses. He had been in the employ of Ihe --- 7" who lire on Mr. W. P. were badly damaged and old record. 2.37. and lb (randaui ol Maud MesMrs White, Things sold pretty well at A.O. E-DFrecord, 2 2W,, by Alexander's 3NT senger, in his orchard was blown down. The course Thsonl Una running Oxley Stave Corupany,Jjut had quit work; Tale' place, bid her arm broken Sunday sale Friday. Two yearling cattle Abdallah. the sir of UoUsmllh Maid. Ml; ltosj. Wm. of the wagon in which of destruction wa about a third of a mile brought $27.60 each; 2 yearling heifers, afler which he went to the store of the la IS hands. S rears old. aired hr Will I Ilubble's PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING GABS llnd,2.21J,,ThornJale. iS' Aliuout. AbJalUu, br the penult' uiudaiusburpris. good mares. 11101, Ac, Ac, Sddaiuby lUdJuket. (slraor tb wido. No deaths are relorled. It will be Company and by misrepresentations ob- ted u aarsa a limited number of dam of Kentucky Wilkes, 2 21, and lb graudam she was riding. A bridge had been wash $17.50 each; cow aud calf $52; dry cow $27.-6of Bobo,2'i;k.aud ltdWllkfa,ilreol 1'blrrboiup-aoCom. and se luy Jacks ana 001 is remembered that several year ago a cy u( goods. Ilond tained several dollars worth 1 yearliai; mule coll, $85, ed out on tho pike near Squiro Murphy's a 2 year-olrecord, 2 31,1 by Cornel; by bher. IJsKt CJHt.ainasc.Mna nniui.i, passed over nearly the same portion reman Morgan, th sir of Vermont lllaek Hawk tba and in attempting to get around It, the ac- clone colt, $80 and 20 Southdown sheep, $5, lambs wss fixed at $100 inability to give it air of i:tlian Allen aud mauy uthtr trotter. Itcd of country. raoM to lllaek Jacket's dam waa aired by a cident occurred. included. His splendid pair of mule was sulted in committal. mar brought from Mr. Edward Harraa was found dead LouhsTilio, cliicluimtl ami I.vx Hawk. 41b dsm an- ealra toad Mercer county, and RELIGIOUS. by W. Yanre. of withdrawn at $350. lb North A Mkak Thick. Some wretch too low said to o 01 Mcaseager uiuuti. IiikIoh, Ky., uui iuu aha Jaa. It. Bean A Bn, have declined an silting in a chair In bis room on Thursday The ladies of the Itaptlst Church are ander' Abdallah ar both by ltrsdyk's llaiubl- to be called human, cut the telephone wire This fins Norman Stalmorning, at the residence of bis daughter, Ionian, IbsgraadslraofMaud D., z:iut, snd th lion will tuak tb prtseut Huston I lie, Saturday, raising money to repair their church build- offer of $100 per head for 100 head of between here and sIr.ofD.aler. 1:17V. Nettle, 2:18: Oram Ulrl. season at a. II. Baugbman'a V.. beef cattle to weigh 1,600 lbs , by July Mrs. Uiovanoli. Mr. Harraa waa born in and consequently all communication be- ing. j lliulk. 2.21. Jay Uould, 2:'li .,. and 3U otbsr stable, 1 mil flow here, 1st. Cattle bid fair to sell well thia year. New York, but sntnt most of hi life at with recwd or 1 30 sua wusr. siiswngrr cnisi Iter, A. F. Uaker, at Connecting la sam depot with fast trains lor waaslied by Ablallab l'dot.slreol l'klsrJ,2:IDH, tween this and the Ilustonville office was ) itcurd, 2M. 1st dam Is has, after a long meeting at Ashland, Ky., Ward Sutherland bought of B. II Jones. Lexington, In thia State, where hi parents llod Jim, VVs--1 cut oQ for a day, We give notice that the succeeded to lieu. Ilea, II. Tboiuaa, sir ol $15 to Insure a yo-Cl3Cla organlilug a church therewith 21 hogs, averaging 102 lbs, at 0 cents. Per- removed, when he wss a child. He was '1 bomas, 2 1 , by Uaiubrluo Mesaeuger, sir bcclt's Company will spare no means to find out :2S)i ttddaiuby Mambrlno Ibtsf, vl Lcwluskl, Colt. ry Browning sold laat week lo Mr. Wiel,of about 70 yearaold. Mr. Jaiuc Turner, the Lady Tlioru, 2.18,; Koudlurd Mambrlua, . and prosecute any person guilty of such a a good membership. Direct Route toLynchburg, Dan- sire of Mambrlno l'atcbeu and other., 3d dam br Peter Coop- Fayette, 17 head of New York cattle at 0 father of Dr. V. N. Turner, of this place, The Dr. Talmage preached on cowardly act again. Imp. rlaiwleoo, tugllsh Hunter, Ac. Abdaltah ville, Norfolk, er Sunday. He spoke o( him aa "the Mewengsr wlllmak th season of IMS at Chas. cents a pound lo be delivered about July died on Friday, at his residence on the limit'. VL lull. Iron kl.nfuril. nn ltuih Ilrancu Faiuhh A IUnsky hare purchased otl Ferry vllle pike, and waa buried on Satur- ABDALLAH MESSENGER! of the present century," and "a great 1st, Wlncbeater Democrat. pike, 1 m(i from blaufoid A Lancaster plk. and tho Alcorn heirs that part of the lot which reservoir of American beneficence." day. He was 80 years old in Dvcember Laurssier 4 lUuiUU plts.aHaO to All Virginia and North Carolina i miles InmiMare Foal. Mousy duo u soon This Combined Bullion will uak tb present in Insure ft Lincoln counrr. X'OIUIH. lies between the Commtrclal Hotel and the The TrausylrauU Presbytery will last. Deceased waa a nattve of Meicer sua at J. K. Uaughman's slslle, IK utile from aa lb fact I ascertained, Mare that bar publu Preachenrillt. Iter. I. S. county, hot lived for tuauy years In Mis- UlUtOOTlll, st For tlcktta and lurthtr Information, arply to records of 2 3d or better, or sum as uar pruuuiM properly occupied by Capt. W. F. McKin-ne- meet at Itichmond, records ol 2.30 or Uttsr.way lo bred trotters with neaeat ticket viae, or address Miss Mary Green's horse ran away souri. for $2,200. They will remove the old McFlrov and Col. C. II. lbcheater will TO INriUHK A COLT. your frccuhar,.. The Danville Musical Club several of $JlS.ao III1B a J AMI SJ. KKNNT. building which have so long been eyesores represent the Church at this place in that with her last Sunday evcning,but by Jumpfiimlunl. Lincoln Co.. K. Usui. Wwuru Agent, At urns plsce, will also stand mentioned In ing from hitu ahe escaped without being whose meetings have been MusxauEK Vaixca:, by Mesaruger Chief, dam of town and build in their body. 3 10 W, MkIu HI., IauIssIII, Ky. to that part avoigms, 111.; by Alcalde, (sirs ot liyias, thia column, wet laat Thursday night at It is related thai a Texas pastor de- hurt. TWO GOOD atead a large brick warehouse to be used Ksncy Par. 2: SO, do., will luas. IU. M.SOU UI 1B H. W. SOLI.EH, HMIT1I, lit ysnisiiii, y., stiio ui uui A.H. Thomas Harris was the gueat of Col. Isaao Shelby's in Lincoln county, OusstltOasd th otbsr st IS to tnsur a colt. V. W. Maaaa.r, Mr. Usn'l f ass'r at fount Vol', Un'l by Mr Geo. D. Wearen, In bis implement clined an increase of $100 a year upon his Ulcbuiood, Virginia. a usr m loai. t..u. lU-lHAUUHMAN UttON. alary oa the ground that thshardeat part Mr, E. Ilollicltw and family last Saturday Misses Mary and Aouie Shelby, the Col.'i tod grain business. several montha. Mim Ann Cook, of Franklin FemaU Institute, made a dying rlalt to her home folka Friday. She honored Stanford with ahort rialt too, coming Sunday ereniog, and tearing on the early train of yeaterday morning for Franklin. MIm Hallio Cook, of Uelle Seminary, accompanied her an far ai thia place. C. G. Ware bought of Csto Witheia a wta fined $10 and lien Lewi $4 by Judge Hill for fighting. Oeo. sow and ten pig, about ten day old, for Holme was srrcMed by Mrhal Newland $25. I have a good, gentle milk cow and a Saturday night for being drunk and disoryearling steer for sale. K. K. Harrow, derly and lodgad In all. Stanford. TllK in it report of the Forty-fou- r valuable cows and two Medical Society, says: "Dr. Andrew Sar- horses perished in a burning stable at gent, of Hopkinavllle, read a paper on N. J. Slrychina Poisoning. It reta forth several Ten or twelve mules sold at Harrods-bur- g very interesting cue which had come un it $110 to $150. Randall Lltsey der the author's observation, and contained bought in Jessamine a Jersey cow for $200. some valuable comment." Burgess, Gentry A Co., sold to S. 8. Illl.t. $18. IvMiuiY Oourier-Jovrna- l, He Voteii ron Clark. thirty-eigh- r, Oa-ele- r y proving. Her broken limb will stand much service yet. While many democrats in this section preferred Murphy to Hill, yet as the latter securred the nomination, we are now tor him to a man and will do our part towards pending him to the next General Assembly of Kentucky, Mrs. Chadwick a few days ago sent me a glass of lemonade made from a native lemon, that was simply delicious; and if she is to be judged In all the domestic departments by her success in this line, her husband haa been singularly fortunate indeed. May a beneficent Providence ever strew her pathway with flowers, Is the wish of her humble servant. A lady contribute the following notice for the columns of your paper: "Mr. McCIure, of Louisville, acknowledged to be the handsomest and decidedly the most courtly drummer on the road, was registered at the Harris House a few days ago." Now I should be jealous at these extravagant encomiums paid thia young man if experience had not taught me that no one need hope to win Ihe love of all the pretty women in the universe. I would have it otherwise If possible but as I am ''little the woree for wear" must bow to the inevitable and seek anchorage elsewhere. Managed bf John D. Fith. Peach buds are beginning to appear In this locality. An examination shows Ihe besl prospeot for fruit for many years. Fishing Is very good In Iloundstone this spring, Cspt. L. D. Craig is the boss fnherman. He ha caught some fine bass within the last few days. Mrs. Lauretta Lykln end her two sons, George and Robert Huff, of Darlington, Mo., are at W. II. Albright's. They will remain several days. A special term of tho Rockcastle Circuit Court is called for next Tnnrsdsy, the 12lh Inst. This term is for the trisl of equity cases and will be in session two days. A negro on the work of Stewart A Son was accidently shot In the arm last week. His arm had lo 1ms taken off, blood poison having set in, the result of which waa death, on Saturday. The Hardbargercase waa called Satur day and continued until Monday on account of the absence of his attorneys and the county attorney. They are engaged in the Bishop trisl at London. Sim J Parcel!, of Paint Lick, bought of psrties in this county, 02 head of slock hogi, averaging 150 pounds, at Cc per lb. These bogs were bought for J. W. A A. L Ballard, of Madison county. We have noticed a few fields of good wheat, but as a general thing wheat is far below the averago at this season of theyear. Farmers are late getting their oats sown; on account of the wet weather some have not finished sowing. v The Commonwealth closed her in the case of the Commonwealth vs. Bishop, Friday evening, the fourth day of the trial. The defense began talcing lis testimony Saturday morning ami win or Tuesday. The probably close result of the trial is anxiously awaited hete. at Pine With two cases of small-po- x Hill and two at Sinks of Roundslone, we can hardly hope to escape it much longer. People are coming and going between here and there every day. Some precautions should be taken against the spread of this black disease, or It will sooner or later reach here. Ityectai lo tl Interior Journa L Mr. Vekno.v, Ky., April 0,- -4 r. M, Phil. Soden'a engine, with three cars, is off the track at mile post 130 Engine in niutf bank about four feet deep. Fireman's ankle slightly bruised. Accident caused by rails spreading Train going south will J- - B. F. be delayed all.nlght. testi-mon- Stanford Female With .College. JSTANFOUl), KY. t Description Vfa amahcfrinr Vtntj7 Uoy Is bar. ?eara oM Wilt make ths present tea-so- n at my stable, on lbs old Dansllla pike, 4 mile from Lsntatter, st flirt. this Spring, iSU handa a Full Corps of Teachers, OF A SBr Pul.l.l hnrut an.t lias t.rnff. en himself to lie n gooj breeder. I will also aland - tfi Mjrj.s" fir high, tiredandiiy hologram'a by bi "vJafca" fancy !r I TWl in.utallozi will open Its Thlrlnlh ftealon on too 21 Monday In Beptemner nrxL ALL THE BRANCHES TWO flO OOJ .1TACK8.. THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Ara Uutht, aa well a MUUIG, TUB IiANOUAOES. DUAW-INAND FAINTING. Q lirXClir.rt, 5 jeanoM AuRi.it M, 1M.1 IJ4 hands high, half brother to I'rlnro. Wilt servo mini at lo Insure s coll four monllia old. JIM dark Iron gray Jack, HH hands and will acrsa mires st i tf to insure a colt four months old. All mare lra.1,.1 beforo ths fact Is ascertained forfeit the season. The progeny of alt ths aboro stock will be responsible lor the season. tl V3I. liUHIII.K. TERMS MODERATE. uepanmenu. iisr lar (sirsiojy, lu, rriutry, in; nj LoupRiaw, rre In Tuition. firlrM ranm from S2S to ISO Id lb inwrmeums sou. W. T. GREEN, iSTANI'OItl,KV., -- For full psrtlcuUrs, ss to Hoard, Acaddreaa HHN. N. V. TIUTKIIKAItT. ITIuclpisl. Stanford. Lincoln Co., K j. Dealer In- - ONTIXYIE ! horse will stand tho prra. en t season at subtest (IO. Ua Time waa aired br Blonewa:; Jackaon; dam grandain by Kcltchaztar; Groceries. Hardware, QTJEENBWABE, Tblt n saddle nf Frank. swisi Harness and Saddlery, jrrrmAm. THREE JACKS! 125-- tf At same place, I will aland three Jacks. WAGONS. STANFORD. KY. The fine nartnersbln lack.w 111 terse mares at H 19! $20 for a lack colt and 110 for a JesneU O.l Mimrii sifiirK ai aiu. sua vaue at on, Colts all Insured to weaning time. If a mare la traded or retnored before foallnz time, the lnaur ance la forfeited and lesson must be promptlr settled. When grass Is sufficient I will keep mare a lew weeks at 1 1 .SO and Jennet at f I per month; to be paid when stock la taken out. The colts held bound for the season, but mi- - customers, with Terr few exceptions, par me promptlr without the ben-f- it of that lien. Prompt personal attention will be glsen to the accommodation and Interest of my but not liable lor accidents. April 8, 1883. LEVI IICBI1LE. MYERS HOTEL, Propr and its Reputation, Hotel CHAMPO! ur9RjPswswwMfij7sSHH 2gBHKflHH AT THE ST.ASAPH HOTEL. MTANITOltU, Kol'uriiishcd Turnpike Election. n. W. S. FRANCIS, Eng-Isn- -- ij KY. ABDALLAH Itclitlcd oulb-we- st car-loa- ) Commercial Travelers three-year-ol- d k $230.-Parks- vilte Court-hous- Double-bea- Bui-as- Abdallah Messenger BRUCE, WARREN TWO FINE JACKS. 133-1- b, thne-fourlb- x jJaJ. O Vfj' 4 Kentucky's ltouto East e v year-ol- d Che-mull- 's ID L! orcr-turnin- g 0; .,..,,, u, A SOLID TEATN WASHINGTON CITY. m PHIL SHERIDAN! er elan-for- d, ISTexv , liar-illl- al y, DH JACKS, nt; r- tfe Jk mt-Mtt- Inttrwlflnriral UiU lordly gnrno M 1 would pull sa?AirE,oiiD, icsr. Tuesday Morning, - - April 10, 1883 JtUZK or TISXAS. Xlntaot Tiik, erewepert, 111 dm b; J ml tll be! ittil y. must balr, my meled talk, rjay lluf my raw, brfere I gn, I II U tten villi you, though. Or. it ttll; nnie Iiy jour leeg t4ll nnevn fined, Woted ly etery parsing wln.1 1 fly those Im!. en wondrous ewlfl, lif 1 1 W h n ran men o'er tree lei low, raratluldrnnpe lly 1 1. Irrnn mill jeu, though. !. 11 tliftra HI I long In histe, lry your abe of d. U lasle, Iljr Um melancholy bray Tint alertna folks tulle away, lly yetir stern rceolte to Uia, 111 Ueten with you, tbong.l. 1 1. Ink of I By m gone; ewect, when alone, get e olub, In For Then )our blamed old tuck 111 J rub, JkltikTef Ti, I l. ..'. tiiiAit If Icannotnuikojoiign. 111 be ihii with you, though. Vf. snooiisa is vasada Tlio forest wo hiul entered Tras fitlcnso grovo of fccJars, mixed with spruce and 'tplne. Tho treoi stood closo togother, With low brnnciies, nnd wcro plentifully itilcrsiwrscd wilh wimldiils, lying breast-hig- h on rotten brnuchos, and forming in mlmirnblo natntnl abatis against our nh aiming column of two armed with ax Mid shot-gu- George moves on liko a shadow straight for tho squirrel that still chatters and scolds and swears from tho lqitlis of the cedar jungle, I veer to the right. Wo worm ourselves between tho thick trunks, and under tho thicker branches. A low " Sli I" catches my car. I turn tonard George. " Hero ho is 1" is writ-le- n all over his face. Ho points directly lheod, then shakes his ax, and point: ind points again. I look, stretch up and look, crouch Jown and look, but sco nothing savo the tree-trunk- I Ho thinks Georgo grows impatient. f do not understand him. "Le-voMHero ho is'" ho hisses. Hut Bruin hears as well as L "Son It volla I Tlicro ho goes 1" I hear a whino and a grunt that remind mo of a menagerie, and through tho thick cedar trunks and tho dead branches of a fallen pino catch a flitting glimpso of shambling blackness. I firo a snap shot, as I would at a woodcock darting through tho alder tops. The smoko hangs under the thick branches and shuts out all before mo. "He's down I Sous Vavonal" yells George. Tho report of tho gun has broken tho spell of tho forest Bilenco, and Georgo changes from a serpent to a tiger. "No," ho cries; "bo's off again. Firo J" I firo my lei't barrel through tho smoko with tho "eye of faith," nnd, cramming in a couplo of fresh cartridges, Georgo aud I rush on, if any mode- of progress through a tangled cedar swamp can bo called a rusli. Wo kick and wrest off tho dry dead branches, scramble, over tho fallen pino ; but tho bear I No n hero a sign o! him. Nothing bnt forest and silence. Georgo keeps on ; I do my best to fol low. IIo glides along liko a cat, in ono baud an uplifted ax, descending now and then to sever an opposing bough. IIo gets over tho ground two feet to my ono. "I.e volla, fjut s'en vat Thcro he goes again ! Venez I Como on I" cries Georco; and I perform tho speediest coming on of which am capable. Slow enough it is, though. Every fowBteps tho tangled branches of a fallen cedar must bo burst through, bnt on I press and scramble) and tumble and crawl till Georgo is reached. Ho stands on a j.K.struto tree, ax upraised, head bent f'inuird and to ono side an admirablo i lutue of alertness. ' ICcoutez I Listen 1" ho whispers. A moment's stillness. Then a crack' ling, loud and near, up tho G.orgo jumps through tho thicket, and priugs up tho slope liko a flaslk lillo w him ? I could as easily flit up tu heaven without wings. So I scramble, i n through tho level swamp. It is said I,1(kh1 will tell ;" I can weor that weight will Tho burden of my 20C pounds handicapped mo in this swam race with a bear. Every thicket I crawled through, every windfall scrambled over, told on mo, I ill at last I was forced to halt. With perspiration bursting from every pore, and breath on ly caught in gasps, I leaned against p tree, and imagined tho feelings of the losing liorso in a race My heart boat loudly as tho drumming of a partridge, tho tholo forest seemed to roverberato with its quick thud, thud, thud, and tho blood leaped to head mid temples till my brain was in a whirl. Whilo tho trees wero dancing beforo my reeling sight I thought, " What on unlucky wight am II After twenty shootiug, to at last years of suiall-gamactually meet a boar in his haunts in tho forest, get within thirty yards of him, on tho point of gratifying ono of tho pet ambitious of my life, and then to bang away a couplo of uliote liko a fool with tho buck ague, while uiy uoblo quarry coolly makes off, and I tun-le- ft on a woodcock I flips another. But whom shall I find another bear, whon I havo been all my Ufa getting up with this first ono? Then, if I had only shot him, what yarns I would spin to my sporting friends " wlcl encore! Hero ho U again I" sounded George's voice, loud and clear, through tho forest, and cut short ray rovorio. Jly heart stilled, and my brain steadied in an instant. Again I sprung forward. " I may get him yet ; I may retriovo my fortunes," thought I, as I dragged, crawled and pnshod myself ahead through tho undcrbrnslu Oconto hears mo crashing along, and shouts from tho mountain side. : " flo's makin down by tho lake, llight ahqad o ycr. iiook out lor mm. Iscrambloon, impolled by ono single, strong dosiro to get ono good, fair shot at that liear. I keep on and on. Not a word from Georgo. At my right, through tho loaves, I catch bright glimpses of tho lake, sleeping in tho sunlight. I slacken my pace All is silont as n sanctuary. " Well, tho bear is off, and Georgo with him. I'll keep on slowly, cool off, nnd perhaps got my 'second wind' that wo read obout, whatever that may bo." So thinking, I sling myself upon a fallen across my cedar that lay breast-higroute, swing my legs over, sit and rest for a moment, then leisurely drop down on tho other sido. "A'tinr-r-r-r-r- " Aud from under a cedar, only soven paces away, a mass of blackness springs for mo, sudden and swift. 1 havo not time to tako a step. Hod timo allowed, thcro is no opportunity. Tho fallen cedar is at my back ; I am pinioned between its branches. But no thought of retreat or dodging enters my mind. Thcro is timo but for ono singlo impulse, and that is shoot. My gun Is in my right hand, both barrels full cock. Instantly I pitch it to my shoulder, yet in this instant tho wholo forest black bruto scene, with tho in tho center, is accurately and indelibly photographed on my sight I sco tho beast leaping on all fours, low, head down and high, askew, snout turned to right, lip curled up liko a snarling dog, teeth chattering, and black eyes gleaming with a devilish light. On comes tho monster .Wilt his vibrating, grunting growl, Knar-r-r-r-r- ! As tho gun swings up to my face glance along the barrels, and see tho snapping teeth of tho leaping brute 1 iVithin four feet of niy tiro. Tho beast falls forward with a heavy thud at my feet. I lower my guu, and, with linger on tho left trigger, press tho muzzlo against tho monster's head. Ho moves not Every fiber of my being thrills with o wild, intense delight "Dead!" I yell, with savage gleo. comes And from up tho mouutain-sidGeorgo's answering shout, "Bravo, mon trigger Ono bird missed, up VOhV PKOft.K AS'h Mtl .VfMrf. Ia development Iknr III.'s Frunci, Duke of A ueo 1, lm I li n fairly cleft in Uo by the rirtigM small-tiox- , a fact wlii h imqii.i d 1.1 r gram, when in 1583 ho nmlo ons attempt 011 tho friendly rltv of AM Im-tlt tin-111 p-- Napoleon will not tliu first ron lo ileelnro n rnvfoninro for men with big A rriilury beforo his bltth llm Author of " Nug'io V.'nale,'' in n- - p io Mlio to Ids own quculii)!!, pnui" biggest nose the best 1100," I iwt oiclng tho cases of Hut II miiiu Ibiqwriir Nuuia's nnso was half foot Iniif, tuid earned for him tlin honorable wrmnm of Ponipihus, Ai'Oir.Hig tu I'ut iroh, Lyciirgu mid So'uit ran l. luxo, hihI o did nil tho Ilomaii King cmvptTir qilinitisSnpcrbip, Hiiilhti it dot inmr I. Homer's noso was v u i "Big nofcs," s.iy Vi,ih 11I Mnivill.', r- - in th held in honor world, except among I'm Cliin tw uii.l Tartars." Titus Livim. Ovid, I'iuhivm-an- d St Charles B.irm iini in :y ho omi mcratcd among mii of wivir 11 1 tio-ie- s. l 11 "ro rvryh h hind-quarte- werp, concerning two noses Ullttni doublo fiico. Cyrano do IVigcrmi h.. so hligo a noso that ho went nlont with his iiivid on his swon prepared to punish thoco who stared ul him. Mme. do Gonlis had model nm at least she thought it to bj suoii, judging from her frcq'iunt nlSti ion I. it in her "memoirs," mid tlio Boulding sho pnvo tho aitist who represented it " Is that," she said, " th. littlo ncz retrousse celebrated iu pro. nnd verso?" and she went on todascriih it in detail as most delicate, Iho prettiest noso iu tlio world, with a lutii ) ou it, liko most noses of the sort S.io Tetiuisou's heroine, with like th her noso of a flower. Among tho ugly people huiied in history may 1k mentioned Mirgarct, Countess of Tyrol, nicknamed "Sack's Mouth;" La Tremouille, Mine, do Sovigno's friend, who, when ho turned his back on ono person to pay attention to anothor, was said by tho first to havo paid her a compliment ; Mile, do Scudcri, Delilio, Florian, Gibbon, Gri-mdo la Reyniero, Mirabeau and Dan- ton. Vain Venargues found himself such a picture of horror after recovering from nn attack of small-pthat ho refused to appear in socioty, but, going into seclusion, made tho world debtor for his books. Uilsenberg, the Prussian naturalist, was distinguished by tho natives of Madagascar with D16 surname of "Tho Fright" Becker, hating denied the cxisteuco of tho devil, waa'udjured by Lo Mounoio to complete his good work and free humanity from all its terrors by suppres iug bis own portrait Scarron's account of Ms phenomenal ugliness is too faiuil.ar u, uot.d mention. ly 11 tip-tilte- d s ou ox I ntOTECT TUB FUUESTX. Those who havo read tho lato census reports of tho rapid destruction of tlio timber in tho great lumbering districts, frcrc!" and noto on tho maps the location of And now comes George himself, crashing and bounding down tho Btccp ana forests distant from navigablo streams, swinging his ax aloft Ho jumps ovci will sco at a glance that in tho near fuour fallen foe, embraces me, dances ture lumber must largely increase in about liko a true. Frenchman, shouting, voluo from necessary increase of cost in "Bravo, mon frcrc! bravo, mon frcrc: procuring it Men raised in woody Sous avonn valncu noire cnneml. countries seem to cultivate an enmity to Sucre! You old black dovil, you I trees and tho destruction from tho ax, Void hero you are, mort. Aha I" and from carelessness and from fires can grasping mo with both hands words .foil scarcely bo overestimated. It has been us, and we givo voico to tho wild joy ol tho history of tho West and Northwest victory in ono long "Halloo I" that Thcro nro millions of acres which have wakes tho slumbering echoes of tho been denuded of their forosts to mako singlo trees summer lake Tho veneer of 1,000 years Way for farms, whero of civilization dropped from us liko a that were then sacrificed would sell for garment, and tho original savago, tho moro money than any aero of tho fighting animal, tho true man within, ground. It may bo said that this was a laughed with a zest that civilization necessity, which is doubtless true to a certain extent ; but that necessity does knows not of. Jim hears our shout from down tho not continue Tho man who owns a forest lake, catches its meaning, gleefully should guard it and reasonably expect in halloos in reply, and paddles swiftly to tho future a rich roward for his care. It would seem as if tho timo had arrived us iu tho pirogue. when tho United States should imitate ncro ho is, Jim," quoth I. " Void o y At.VoitvT, 19 MADK, ! When barley or olhfr grain is stccpe. in water till It spronts, and then, caretti'Hmt In Ittn.l In th Ktlthr of n hating up of Imilnnw, fully dried, It becomes wlmt is formed rollrttlnt ("1 willingWMlfM our oM nrm IVyloti lo or Mr huTtKtttml lh l. malt By this process part of tho starch ittfTKlloll. H HeUinlhOTlrM Ly natorollrrt nnd rcounti da in. rrorlpt lot of which tho grain Is mostly coinpcoci IWtf J. H. MrAMHTKR, SUnfoM, Mr V '. HKIIUIT. has Itoen converted Into sugar, and a now Aiilntanco has liton dovolOpod, I'or MrniiclicnellW known as a diastase, a nitrogenous body, School I wn'n'i'Vfraof'fi'hTri Buriim? which immediately, when tho malt Is mixed with water, reacts on tho remainDRAriNO, snd all llm HMslliNO VAUTS ot ing starch and transforms it also into DRESSMAKING sugar, tlm liquid consequently noon asDoslred. suming a sweet taste. Wo havo now, in rooitlon Guaranteed fact, a solution of sugar, which is known as wort; but wo may attain tlio samo by using unmaltcd grain potatoes, peas, UO.MtDhli HtF.K whIK training. ClNCtN.VATI.OUtO. beans or other slnrchy materials which, by tlio addition of dilute sulphuric acid, is converted into a solublo sugar. Having thus obtained a solution of sugar from any ot thesa sources, or still moro directly from licet root or " tootlisomo cane," yeast is added to tho wort, and tho process of " fermentation" ia rapidly fTLOUISVlLLF 6, NASHVIUE RR'Tf ret up by which tho sugar is decomposed THE GREAT into two chief products, alcohol and acid gas, and several minor ones, glycerine, succinic acid, etc., ninety-fi- ve out of every hundred parts ot sugar being transformed into alcohol and acid, four parts going to form glycerine, ete, nnd ono part as nourishment to tlio yeast plant, which has multiplied immensely, and now forms a frothy scum upon tho surface ot tlio liquid. By tho fermentation spirits Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled havo been produced, and the object of thu next process, tho distillation of tho SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE rltOU LOUISVIILKTOTIIC fermented wort or tuash, is to separate tho spirits from tho liquid iu which it exists. Tlio produce of this operation is low wines,' tin impure, epirit known as PULIMAN CARS 5ttffi which has tit be redistilled at n loner Mill Itvck, Montf otnirj. Atlanta. Satanoan, Jaciaontillr, Mobile, an.1 NawOtltana. temiKraturu to got rid of part of tho water and ods with which it is BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In Talaca Cara Without Cnanga tho product of this second distillation Loing tho mixturo of alcohol and SHOFiTLINETOTHE EAST from Loulitllla In rataMl'arawltbontthanf water known as "whisky" or "spirits of wine," liecauso it was by tho distilUtion SctklnR homiaonthc CMIPDRUTC line ot mm toad CinlUrtAri I O win of w ino that spirits wcro first obtained. receive apeclal low ratca. St Arnte ol tlila Company (or tattt, toatfi Journal. Chambers' ..erwilt. C. P.ATHORE, G. P. 4T.A. IU Louldvlllo. Kr. TlltS VU(I WITHOUT A TAIL. Once a man had a dog which dident havo no tail, tho dog dident, cos it was cut off wen it was little, but Franky. thats tho baby, ho is little, too, yes, in DK. I deed, liko puppies. So tho mans dog FOR THE MILLION. grodo up without no tail for to waggle, but ono night sonio notty boys thoy got MANUFAtTUIlED I1Y W. K. OANK. M. ., a pocco of old ropo out of a ship yard, MONTICELLO. KY. aud sum pitch, and fastened tho ropo on of tho dogs bock with tho pitch to tho end The worM la filled wllh the wonderful, bmutl-faDd Intrlcnto Infenllona ol yet liko it grodo there. Then that dog was combined talent and genlna that man,worlJ nil tb haa the anything known prowd liko ho was a new dog on an compare hai neer produrtd Kemrdlea." that ran Medical with "Dr. Uann'a old tail, and ho went swellin round a akluand Klenro hare, aa t, tailed to dlaroirr any thing Mual to them, fur the cure of tbo muug the other dogs, a tryin for to wag-gl- o for which they are recommended. Aa their pralaed Tlrtuea it till ho most broke his back. But out the and uaea arebreadth br tbouaanda through ol the land, anJat length and ho endcut lift it of tho ground, and after Standard Karaite Medicines, the? cannot Im excelled, and are fully aubalantlated by the a wilo it was drug across a cigar wich a Cuugha, Col.li, Croup, Kronchllls, Conjuinp-llo- n feller had threw away, and it got a lito, I'or and all IilKaacea ol the Throat and Lungi, smoko its own the tail did, and had a Cue Dr. Guun'ri Cough Syrup. self. Then tho dog it lied down liko it Jaungoing to sleep, and it said to tho For Liter OompIalnt,Dyiprnla, Indlgeattonllllloua was dice, Constipation, Hour btouueuand all other dogs : " Thero wascnt never any IXaeaaea, pup which endo bo so cool and cnllnm Use Dr. tiniui'H Liver Cure. liko mo whilo his tail was a houso afire For Itheumatlam, Neuralgia, Fpralna, Ilrklare and I ot to bo hired out to teetch fortitudo to Hwelllngi an external application fur luan or least Christiou uiartcrs. Just wako mo up ITho Dr. Gniin'H I.I11I incut. when it sol hurt of, cos I havo got a imMOM' NOTICE IHlIHtn PIRKCTORt. Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Railway. ralacc TIIAINh TIIK OXIiY I.IHK Ilt'NNINH MfinnVSI -- rulliiiaii LOUISVILLE Hrriui Mottrrj - Curs - AND Hfll.111 TO CHICAGO arrltn !- if h?PJ.ff In lime to late Iheetenlng train llonle" arnl to Ihreugh to I. A N. It. II. l'ategta at 1 .00 A, Is. Thursday Slight. Dunday Hat. II. i. luoriison, oii..ii..nttfw. M. Ilst'ca, I'aator, Bettlcee J. Arfihf. on Hecond and Fourth Hundaya, morning and night, l'rayal Meeting et.ry Wedneaday after-.rl- n. Hiin.laT Dchool at MO A. at. 11. K. ftsrrow Hiiperlntendent. -- . by the congregation ip I nliniSIIAN.-WorshI.. I.Im1. lie J. W. IViv nnHeond and Fourth lord'a days. Sunday Hchool at f lis. Joe. peterancr, nun.r.niru.. mit)Tli.-lU- r. I. M. rVbool at 10. John W. I IKMIIYTMtlAN, lUllll, cJuivrlntendrnt. Union 1'rayit Meeting 00 Wnlneaday nlghta. MOUTH -I- UT, II. (TMorrlson. MKTIIODIST, erery ttunday morning and m.ht .icent the thirl fearer Meeting ettry Mchool B. irmii the In Lnvlatllle I hi. "Monoit if (IrrcMcnsllc. CrnTrroriNtlllc, Wujcttfi nml t'lilrngn wltliout chance. -- TIMB TAUIJU TA riONS. . I.te. lAiilttllle .. Arr (lrcenfnille " ("rawfordstllle...... 11 Ufayelle OPERA SlisofHIsge, JOiMl aa 8TANTOIII1. house:. KY W. 1. WAIjTON, cerlly. - Proprlotor. Hcen-cry Pally. 7 49 I 01 1 06 DallyT (41 pm s am 2 am am, 4 S 01 W pro 7 SO The mnal direct route, with only ono ihangeof cars, to all potnta In Wlsrensln, Mlnneaol. luwa, Nebraska, Ar For further Information, edJrra MUitKAY KULLblUH I". A, Ixmlstllle, Ky I2S- Chicago I It a in S 04 a in ira to ei Including gallery, (00. Mealing lteaaonable rstea to good altractloua. AdJrcse Mglileom..leleaelaof alwta. It ROBBED frilru, Is Thoiis.ri.ts of grate, are annually rubtieil of Ibetr tlcllma, lltea prolonged, happlnwaand health re stores ly nee 01 ine greas car-Uui- Through Trunk Lino cajt-bou- io Which posllltely and permanently cure. Iifijio. (reused by ixreeenolany klad.l Mrmf-si- if fiA'siresi. an.1 all dlaeaa that follow a erquenceorrvlf.Abuw, aa joss ef energy, ksaot memoty, nnleersal IsssltuJe, pain In the back, age, and many Ily the peculiarly ttonled adterllseinenlaof rltal dliuneaaof tlalon. premalureow other disease. Ihst lesd to consumption and a pre routes, which are liable to derelte the public ror clmiiare eitn mature graie. The bherteat and Quickest ltoute fretn Cincinfree by mall the lSVUHtltATHIt nati West la the la sold at II iwr box. or allium fcir II. br all driiiclsts.or wllll sent free by mall, securely sealed, 00 receipt if price, l,r addrasslng OHIO & MISSISSIPPI s, 111 e..r. a 113 Adainsslrrel,Tolrd.,thlo. lll-ly- r) Hole agent for Ihe Ualie.1 Malea, GERMAN INVIGORATOR! Don't Be Led Astray! n. w. j, 10 Hours ! Cincinnati to St. Louis Hums ahead of all olber lines. HALUS fJATARRH SOUTH & WEST jfVMr Tialns. wllh Tt claasol as9engera. nochangeof cara for any '' 'teaK Afflicted, Attention GAM'S ItEJIEDIES ul eT-- er of cara. Dally Tralna to Culm. 7 hoora .julrVer than 13 UECOMMENDED I1Y PHYCKIALU any other line, and no chauge of sara. OUUHM Dally Tralna to New Oilcan. No change of nnil Catarrh of tho Nasal Catlty-Chronl- o rare Irons Cincinnati. or in.i Ulcernllrel uainrrn INTIHNALLY,uyo or und l2HousTn!i:,!i::,M,""t,"rn,,,",,,,", Throat. Itletnkenupon th tar. and Blood net OIRCOTLV tf"j none Plfu Two Ikiiri Iaa llaieon the Mucoue Ourfnooa of the Brettim. It tho hoat Blood Purifier lit tho ItdllSda Uliy care, and len change of rira ALL that la WOMLO. nml Is worth than by olher line. charier) for It, for THAT alona. la the only Hoe with f Iially The fj. A 'XI IJQ r Tralna froiu Cincinnati lo HI. fouls, tuaklog direct connections In the Union Ivpot (at 81. LoulOwItu CNLV INICRKAL CURE FOR CATARRH Missouri Faclfie Hallway, bi. Luula, Iron Moun lain A Mouthern lUllw.y; Chicago ft Alton lull, IVIX TIIK MAItKUTeU road, Chicago, llurllngloo A Qulucy Italtruad, KeAnd wo offer One Hundred Dollar lor any okuk A ot. Louis Kallroad; Wabash, Hu foula A unsg ctt winnn it win nt ourp. raelfic ltallroad; Mlswurl. Kansss A Texas lull WILL CI) UK A.NV CASK. way, lit. LouleAgan Frsndsru lUllwsy. Ofllco c,f A. T BnvARTJr. On."l Cnrcano. I1L. June 4. PtU. I Imprest This Upon Your Memory. Xtttm. J. Chnrp ,. JUnlo, O. I Uln pleawura Inlnfnnnlnt rod Uealtemns Is the onlr line br which you The It. A- 1 uard 1 1 alia CaUrtti Cure. It baa can get through cara from Cincinnati to M, Luula that me I woa eery tied and don't hrallatn to without paying extra rare in aoiiuion 10 money rami It will rare anyraeeot Catarrh If talen asy 'hat paid for ticket. Yours truly. operly. Fur tickets, ralea. or anr Inhumation, rail on id. 4V 1.U1HUUV1W. Ticket Agents of connecting llnee. WORTH SIO A IIOTTLK. 1 1 lease can as lav tsainus si.se irM 71 Mraaur. Jackacn. Mich., writes Hare hal West Fourth Pinrlnri'j45 (or Depot foot at., Orand Hotel, Calarrli for O) ) rare. Hall. Catarrh Cure rami of Mlllslreet. liinuinildll mo. Umidder It worth liaulaboUte. W. It. SIIATTUC, W. W. l'CAIWDY, at rta nxtio. I tTTt.d.1 br ail (len'l ouwrlntendcnt, tlen'l l"a aseuger Agt MnmifirtnrM nrvlurtinraut J C31EXEY X. (XL anktbr ClnclnnatL TOlJOiO, OHIO. Eot 2 2 2 3 tars. Dally Trains to Uulstllle, wllh Free Parlor Dally Tralna to Ktanstllle. 4 of all oilier routes, with one leaaihange lioura In fill f J, .. le r t r ir For sale In Hianbrd by I'tnny A McAllttar. KENTUCKY CEHTRHL R. ar ras -- THU MOST DESIKAULF. KOUTR Tt- l- I It to BopreionUtiva Newspaper of tho South, Tin: vr.r.KLY- - dooa, leaa changes and superior accommodations And decidedly the 1'opular Houte, affording, CINCINNATI! Courier - Journal u -- AN (IRDANOFi Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, Live Issues, Living Ideas Tor Illea, HernorrhoMs, Ilurni, portant engagement" almtlxr diseases, But when it was ol of, and tho firo Umo Dr. Oauii'M IMle Ointment. was got hold of tho cako ot pitch onto I'or Fresh CuU, llurna. Ulcers and Old Bores, the end ot his bock, ho dident havo to bo wokoup, cos ho woko tho hnola town Uhc Dr. Gimii'H DHfer-SKCOlnfuicnl. uu hisself. Little Johnny. ct The North, North weal and West. In fact. If you contemplate a trip In any direction, your Interest will be leataerttd by purchasing your tickets tie K. C and Cincinnati. 7 Tralna each way 2; Pull -man Palace lata; hleganl New Day Coaches, and handsomely furnished llecllnlng Chair Cara lorus the unequsled equlrmcnta of this tiki Reliable, thereby making a trip oter this line one ol luxuKUtula and all rious comfort and pleasure. Try It. TIME TABLE. IN EFVEOT HtC. 11. ISB. :m:o:r.a.Ij .An MONOPOLIES, IHII oncms. KKMr Or OLIGARCHISM I South. Lte. Cotlngton " 1'aluouth.. " Cyntblana Arr. 1'arisu. S No. M .. X. No. 4. 2 SO No.g. m Sltpm D 10 da nin m l00pn 11 !M ttul m 11 23 pni THE 8PIRIT OP SUBSIDY Aatmlwlle.1 ln ... .'. . V 40 a til 4 lo to a m 6 am auTTixu hack to uiMsKLt: Tho lato eccentric writer, Georgo BorAabland.. and also curea lyipsla, Indlgcatlon, Liter Huntington... rlodlcal CompUlot, Malarial Ferera and all row, Buffered from " tho horrors," from Dlseatca. Manufactured and for tale by Noam. overstudy of mctujdisics, but, when ho X&. X)-- , Ltn. Uuntlogton.M found himself approaching tho vanishAshland..... ing point ot reason his remedy was at Sole proprietor. Montlcello, Ky. aarAll order Ml bterllug... by null will recelte prompt attention. " Wlnchcatrr ... hand. "What do you think I do," ho Arr. Lexington Lto. LeilogtoD..l said, " when I get bewildered after this I'aria, " Cynthlana.... fashion? I go to tho styo and listen to " Fatmouth..-Ar- r. tho grunting of the pigs till I get book Cotlngton.. Ixxlugton.. IJHcDr.GHimNNtoniHcIi IIHterH Lte. Islington .... Arr, IVIneit ester... lit, Sterling A Hellable Tonic. Appeilter and Blood Purifier, It Ma 12 S IS n m Z3 1 S 01 7 71 S OS :i p ID pn u 10 p 09 p S 41 p 11 1, 7 SO p S JO p p ro SOOpm u 111 That Thioving Tariff TIIK p IT pm No.S. pm wpm . I 12 17 4 luaui U am M am WEEKLY COBRIER-JOUnrTA- L No. 1. No... u no paper II auimlor as a great lanilly and political In tbenewspipjr worlJ. Its circulation la W. K. M-- tl to myself." Fours." hill-sid- Jim peers over tho shaggy brute, looks up, takes off his hat, and, bowing toward me, says, with tho air of a dip lomat offering a sentiment at a royal banquet, " Vest btcn bon, monsieur, leaucoup de pouvolr a vojre bras, et mane plus a Voire fusil." Taking Bruin by tho paws, wo slid her down tho bank. "Sho'll weigh about four hundred," said Jim, reflectively, as wo lifted her into tho pirogue. "But then they're dreadful lean iu summer. Lato in tho tall, now, sho'd go another hundred sure." Harper's Magazine. Under all circumstances, whether tho occasion bo one of courtesy or condolence, joy or sorrow, on American weaves into Ids speech idiomatio expressions and conversational surprises the moro grotesque that thoy aro so unconsciously delivered. Nothing is moro comical than tho puzzled astonishment of tho English tourist at tho ordinary conversation of steamboat and railroad passen gers in this country, and thoir endeavors to reconcile tho utterances of tho speakers witli their utterly unconcerned expressions. "Waiter," said a guest at a hotel breakfast table, in the most matter-of-faway, and without changing a luusclo of his face, "Uieso flannel cakes seem to hnvo been stamped out of by a steam dlo." "Yess'r," replied tho equally unconcerned waiter. "Just send up a plateful to my room; I'll havo my boots halt soled with them," continued the. matter-of-faboarder, as bo bumpled another dish. "All tight, sir," responded tho imperturbable waiter as ho changed tho plates. LondonBut a couplo of ers, kitting at tlio samo table, woro profoundly mystified, aud even ordered cakes to test their durability personally. sole-leath- er just-arrive- DANBBitY man tells a good story of his nunt, who is a model housekeeper something of tho wisdom of tho German and a scrupulous stickler for a good empire in protecting its timber, and, as table. Tho clergyman called near tho well, replanting largo districts not otherdinner hour, ond was pressed to stay for wise used. Germ any has acted far moro U.o meal. At tho table there was a wisely in this matter than other Em openn good supply of welbpMpared food, but Italy, Spain, Austria and countries. tho lady felt compelled to mako many Russia have allowed tho destruction of apologies for imaginary deficiencies, iu millions of acres of as lino forests as tho graoo tho clergyman asked our y ever grow, aud are now paying tho pon-altHeavonly Father to "bless tho frugal of gathering thoir lumber from meal." This mad U IsuV very mad. mountains and plao s difficult to reach, An old toper complained to a doctor ir importing from other moro favored countries. Thu Gulf States and Oregon that tho ardent failed to cihilarato his md its adjacent Territories are yet rich spirits. Tho doctor, knowing tho inorThat there should bo dinate nature of his appetite, told him iu fine timber. tome sttro means of protecting it from ho had better try aqua fortis. A short and destruction no timo afterward ho was surprised by anus dli ss ravage iitiAinsr man can doubt Inter Ocean. other visit from tho individual, who told tho aqua fortis did very well at A Detroit lawyer was sitting in his him that at tho first, but it was not strong enough. ofllco when a stranger appeared say, doctor," said ho, "don't you think door aud said : can you toll mo a littlo aqua fifties would about fix it ?" pardon, but -- BEST THE ALL OF mil LINIMENT MeilcnIustiiBl.lnlmentliualoen hnnvn t tnllllnna nil over tllQ World & Than any political newspaper In the South, and la 11 18 a m ft SO a m si wild by but fa la in. United States. It coo-Ul10 a a 12 21 p iu each week the most complete summary ef 7 W a 111 the newa of the world, and Its editorial columas 2 lm ni 7ISSU a ispm (Henry Watteraon. KditorduChlef) are always S ftlpni w p m 8 S3 a in able, atrong and bright. Among the 11 11 . ru KMl'KCIAL FKATUUKo 10 l a in S23PUI Are Telegraphlo tipeclala from alt p leading poln U u p m 11 IS Ma iu 6Spia in Ihe United States and F.urope, the and short serial Stories, Taluisge'soermona the day alter dclltery MAYSVILLE DIVISION In llrouklynlabtrnacle. Market Krporte, FashNo. KLt. Lexington r pm. Arr MayatllleS 10pm ion Letters, Turf and Slock lteporls. Answer lo No. 10 ' MsystTlleSOHam, " Islington llam Corresiondrnts' Department, Poetry and Depart, " Mayatllle N 4'um unit lur Children. No Horn. In the Country No.ll " l'arla C20au. No. 12 ' Slajatlll.l2 41jm LtilngJlongSSpoi should be without It. ItOsn 7 IS a m J.I.VV TJIK.S I.AIU1KII nipa npu Oliu A1TD BHAST. FOB Forniorothanatblrtofaccnturytho tlio ouly Bafo rollanoo for tlio relief of accidents ami pain. It is a rutxnoine nbovo lirioo und pntlso the beetorita hind. 1'or every foiia of tixttrual pain MEXICAN MnstAnir Mnlmont Ii wllliout nn cona.. ITS II tM 11 111 aiosaleeti 1laf ailifl lite very Ijoiic innklnff tlio coiiUnu anoo or iiaiii i.nu iniutiiiniuiicu jiui.-- i Bible, liarffoclsiipoii llumnnFlpaliuiiill thollrutoCn-allo- SVHHClltVTlOS TF.ItHSt No. Crunsdallr and haa dsrcoaclua from Qo- Weekly, Dally, f a II clnnatl to Washington. Pullman hleeners to Kana singly copy12oneyear) HuD.lsy, Kite a year; one year, cuplce, yrar, II SO: wha Kails. W.Va. and Ilecllolrg Chair Car to Isl Alter a club ot Ate ington rjtojia only at ttatlona on K C It It. ISftU,raiser can, throughoutbaa been sent us Ihe th. year, add simile where time Is glt.a. No. 2 runs dally, except club subecrlptlon at our lowest club rale 11.10 lor yearly subscriptions Yearly subscriptions ouly 4 runa dally, except rjunday; haa tbrougli roarb.a loMt. Merllegand parlor car loMatatnle. No. 3 can be receited at this rale. Our terms tor lees runs daily, baa eirgantuay coacn irum nasniug-to- than ayiar are ft fot foreight months;a.75 cents tlirro month I'ullman Hleeper from Kanaeba Kalis aud forAalx mouths, SO cents aauiple copy of Wecklr CWcrxfaira'aJ Is sent iwrlor cara from Lexln on lo Clndunatl. flulr Ibreeatopa. Noa. 1 aud S run dally, except Bun- - free ol charge lor examination qn application. allowed tantaaaera, aud day, ana liate inrougn roacbea irom iiunimguu Liberal rash comiulsloncharge. Addreea and Mt, MUrllng. Direct connection at Lexington outfit scut thttu free of N, W. IIAMsKHAN. with atagra forItkhmond,Ky.,Lawrenccburg,Ky., rrIJciitCuiirler-Journ- al Co., Loulatlll., Ky, and veraaiiios, Ky. (1. W. HKNUEIt. C.L.UKOWN. (lrn'1 l'ass. A Tkt. Agt. Democratic and for a Tariff for Rerenus burlntendent Ueneral omcee, cotlngton, b.r, only. -- urotCjiiully rul. Tlio Aioxicun wonilfrl THE- MUSTArlO la nncdeil br aomi body in I cteryliuuao. Kv try luy br In, tuiwsofi the ssgoiiy of an astful erulit or bunt I u. miiMiuuu, 01. eiseisii.wi.w .i.Ma.j. loroil, or'n, istluauie itorae 07 ("I by UiohculliiK power of tu. J red TJnlmcnt "I INTERIOR JOURNAL .BBmmmmmmmmmmmaV "Beg axaBBioKalraaBBPrBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl o empty-hande- d 1" Worse th&a that, tho brute runs away to slowly that Georgo sees him again and again kee up with him, in foot. Alas, my " too, too solid flesh I" Wcro I a light, nimble, fellow liko George, I might have shot a bear yes, a half. dozen times over. Aud then my gun. What a fool, to briug u littlo MiiiK) gun into tho woods iu quest of tho kiug of tho forests, tho beast Ccoro which all others quail, from tho Atlantic to tho MUsisafppi, and theu to firo away at where Smith's offioa is?" " Yes, sir next door." Tho stranger uttered his thanks and passed to tho next door, which was Returning to tho lawyer ho locked. observed : " Smith seems to bo out?" " Of course ho is. If you had asked that questiou iu tho first place I should havo answered it by telling you so." Tho visitor had a troubled look on his foco as ho passed out of tho building, but that look woa gono when ho returned next day and impaired of tho lawyer J " How muoh will you clmrgo mo for a verbal opinion in a littlo matter ?" Oh, nbout $5." The caso was staled aud tlio opinion given, und tho struuger was moving away whon tho law) er said : "My fee, please." " I hateu't u cent to pay you J" red noso "Yes, I want tho hat to bo of just that size." Hatter" llut, my dear sir, it will bo so CcsTOMKn with n LINIMENT wlilrli tperdlly cures well ollmcnta of tho IIIJ1AN FI.KsIl as unbecoming; so very large, you know." Customer" Hush I inakq it that way, I tell you. Thcro must bo spou for tlio Jolnte, t'oiitrueteil Jtluaclen, ilnnn tiuU NrnMa, Cuts, ltlieniiiatlaiii, HtrclUncs, Otlir brick." "My friend, are you prepared to die?" isked a niiiiLiteriaMookiiig man to u gentleman who sal next to him in a homo. nr. "Good gracious, no I" cxeluinicd My the gentleman, terribly alarmed. policy ran out last Monday, und 1 aw now on my way to havo it reuonedl" und, jtmipiugup, ho violently pulled thu bell-siru- Nnrnlsit. 1, hiluuB, Ktimirn, .I.UIua. Korea, ricera. I'rtia net, nml sure lluilra, Cn tu.Ueil ascry form us .ittrtml It lirale ivlthout acars. For U10 ltuuTD fuiUTloK It cures rjpialna, btrlliny, HtllV Jolnte, Mm t'ouudar, llnrsscaa Korea. Ilaofejtali, r.ea, foot Itul, Skresr Uuciu,Wliid-ir.l- l. rfcrntelire, llollutr Ilorss, T)iruli. llltiitboue. niu,iii. iil.l Hon a, roll llvll, Film iipoial tlie Slulit ami ery oiner usssucssi ul Iks 1st tvlilcls tlio occispasst (stable nistj Mock Yuril ssre liable. THU nexlrais jluatauK I.lulmeut always cure ami nuvu' iUaitijUiU an41lls,jxsUlvvly, slla-en- llrtilaeu ami I'nteoiio - rlte eml "III BaBBBBBSaBBBBWleaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBBBBBBBV emmmmmH JM 1'FwVxl' fcTaaTlammmmlmW mBBSSiM IT JM at I ammmPaammmmmmmmmaame?l'aaf-yiriB- Thousands are btlng cured of Catsnh every year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that the doctors had given up and said could not be cured. 76 cents a bottle. Sold by I'enuy & McAlUter, Stanford, Ky. BEST THE ALL OF OK 3 - - SystfcaammENawammmmmmmatlammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBae ; ,"'TrW9mMmMMmmmmWf9S'' ' " -- J,Ha?afaB! F. J. Cheney & Co., proprietors Hall's had asked mo Catarrh Cure, oiler $100 reward for any be cured with that question in tho tlmt place I should case of Catarrh that can't Bold by Penny & havo unswered by telling you so. Good Hall's Catanh Cure. McAlUter, Stanford, Ky. morulug, sir I" "Youhateu't?" " Of course not If you LINIMENTS JOB BIABT. T03 VAX STE3A.3V0C- Is Froparod do all kinds of of Stylo and at City Flguroa. Try ub, PRINTING OFFICES Printing In tlio Best to