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Semi-weekly interior journal: April 13, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883041301_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 13, 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. ( VOLUME X.-NUMBEII Semi 510. The Hifill ttfeflt STANFOllD, KY., FKIDAY, APRIL )3, The flight Kind of a Woman, llWlftKlL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 1883. DARBYS 138 Art Not Strangers, Mamma, Picking up Items. W. P, WALTON, T. n. WALTON, .... A AT . Eilitor ami Proprietor Butlness Uanagur I'Hbllmhftt Til r flit ii tin Hint lYIitilW, ' tfsi.no lUSIt ANNUM. "crl'leane don't send stamps In psjmenl MmsswcnsiHr''. and not nrrr three rents. Two f 2nof Romance. Youth's (nnjxmion: Tito nm o( n leudln(,' lawyer In Now York, omo jfcr ago, wns ntlrnctcd lijr llio "iintr-ceface nitd quick wit of a. Wcloli Ciiutiilrcnrmiil in his fnthcr'a house, antl iloclnrcil llmt ho preferred her to nil tho fashinnahlo licmitics who had rotirtctl hii notice. Hia family jirotostcd, hut to no Tho only concession ho purpose. would mako was to consent to go to Kurflpo for thrco year taforo ennrry-ingthgirl. In tho moantimo liiiv-in- t; an indcpcixlent fortune, tho lover placed her at ono of tho lieat ichooU in Now "a ork. Tho girl wna amhitioua and dovot-oin' her aflcction to tho man who had chosen her. Ho returned, found her tnoro lovely than over. Thoy wcro married, and tho lady is now ono of tho leaders of sxiety in tho city where thoy livo a noble, refined, charmiug woman. An eminent juriat, well knowu in Pennsylvania iii tho early part of this century, wns "making tho circuit" on bono back, and stopped for dinner at tho houso of a farmer. Tho daugh tcrof the farmer wailed on them, and tho Judge, who had !ecn a cynic about women, observed tho peculiar gcullencu of her voice and n certain sweet candor in her face. After din ncr, tho farmer naid : "Mary, bring tho Judgo's horso." Mary started to tho field, which was inclosed by n barred fence, Lsy-loher baud on tho topmost rail, sho vaulted lightly over. "I saw," said the" Judge afterward, "for the first time, a woman with tho mind and body I should rcquiro in my wife. I called again and again at farmer Cs. At last, I scut Mary to school for a couple of years, nnd hero sho is," nodding to tho stately matron who presided at his table. Tho sons of tho Judgo and this real Maudo Muller all attained distinction one, liko his father, at tho bar; another was an eminent divine, and a third was a Southern candidato for tho Presidency. All wero noted for their fiery eloquence, their high sciiso of honor, and a certain appetito for fighting, which was well sustained Tho by strong physical' health. Judgo had not been mistaken in Ma ry's qualities of mind and body. d g nt M. l'astour, a nephew of tho celebrated chemist of that name, has recently ndaptod nn old discovery to great prrctical use. It is a well known fact that tho crossing of tho great African doscrt is accomplished by means of caravans composed of camels, horses, etc, tho water for which has to be transported on tho back of tho consumer. This lessens to a groat degreo their freighting capacity. M. Pasteur has established suitable works at tho numerous termini ot tho routes for separating tho wa tcr into oxygen nnd hydrogen. As tho latter is sixteen times lighter than the former, nnd is tho gas used in balloons, it carries tbo oxygcu nnd a con sidorablo part ot tho camel, besides furnishing light on dark nights. Ho unites tho gases by the simple means of explosion VhV.i desired for ueo. Tho French Government has created M. Pasteur a, commander of tho of Houor for his great adaptation." Frank Hatton would havo stood a good chanco for tho place had ho not smoked cigars in the President's ofiico, and talked to tho Chief Magistrate of the United States with his hat on. Arthur is a stickler for etiquette, aud has no excuso for such froutier-likconduct Hatton has given out tonight tbat.ho had no aspiration for tho portfolio, ,'and had never done any Why thlu'g toward acquiring it. Chicago didn't ho say so before?" Paper. Lo-gio- n o Ys," a.njd ha doacon,, "the organist certainly did play oporu boulle airs and t!io,canean iu his voluntary yesterday, Hut, dear mo, I can't kick up a row nbout it without giving myself away by showing that I recognized the music." James K. Alois, Louisville, eayst "I havo fouud Drown's Iron Hitters a groat relief in general debility, nervousness and dyspopaia." A striking featuro of Itusaian coronations has always been tho feast provided for tho pcor of Moccow in honor of tho joyful occasion; but whereas its dimensions in olden times wero decidedly scanty, at the forthcoming ceremony, if tho press is correctly in formed, it will bo given on a tcalo ot When truly Imperial munificence. tho Empress Anno was crowned two oxen wcro roasted whole, and a couplo ot fountains of whito and red wine comprised tho bill of faro. At tho coronation of Alexander III. thero will ho provided no less than thirty thousand vedros of beer aud sixteen thousand of mend, to wash down eight Tho hundred thousand pics, weighing Somutiuno Wonderful. most astonishing claim yet mado in thrco quarters of a pound each. behalf of electricity is that it has been In April, 1880 Miss Anna L.Hofl-ma- n, proven that it is practicable not only of New Albany, Ind , was run to speak with a distant friend, but to over by a railroad train and her right seo him. According to tho Otago arm and left hand cut ofl. Through Timt$, Dr. Uuirurab, of Victoria, has skilled treatment her lifo and her left invented an apparatus, called by him arm wero saved. A reporter who tho electroscope, which accomplishes visited her a few days ago found her this. Tho paper in question says that in good health, cheerful, and making a public test of this instrument was herself generally useful. Hy aid of mado in'Mclbourno in the presence of nu artificial hand, made by her father, somo forty scientific and public men. sho can pump and carry water, bring "Sitting in a dark room, they saw in coal, writo a good hand, nnd play prijccted on a largo whito disk of tho piano almost as dextrously as an whito burnished metal tho race course uuraaimed person. Philadelphia at Flemington, with its myriad hosts Press. ofactivo beings. Kach miuuto detail Thcro is a good story told of tho lato stood out with perfect fidelity to tho Baron Rothschild. His son, who original and as. thoy looked at the greatly patronized cabs, was in the wonderful picturo through binocular habit of giving the drivers about fivo glasses it was difficult to imngiuo that times tho amount to which thoy wero thoy wero not on tho courso itself and entitled. Ono day Baron Solomon moving among thoso whoso actions hired a cab and tendered tho legal fare. thoy could so completely scan." "Much obliged," said cabby; "but SrxKcriNo Sked Coun. Tho bad your sou always gives us three, four, stand of corn which many farmers fivo and even six times as much." get is no doubt due in a great meas "Ah," said tho Harou, "ho has a rich uro to tho seed used. A correspond father; I haven't 1" cut of tho Country Gentleman gives At a dinner party a few days ago a his way of selecting it, which, if fol- youug married lady, who is celebra lowed, would likely obviate tho diffi ted for originality in matters of dress, culty : "Hcforo I cut my corn I go appeared iu a black satin dress, with through tho field myself, and select a waistcoat or vest composed entirely tho earliest ears, which aro shown by of uatural flowers. Ouly email flow tho ripo husks. I select ouly largo ers wero used, aud thoy were sowed on and perfectly filled cars, growing on u foundation of muslin. Tho effect good stalks, without any faults. I cut was "perfectly lovely." these stalks up, culling again wheu Au adventurous American, who was husked, aud ngain when spring comes. shooting Btuall iraiuo in Germany, I never havo any trouble from poor ..i .. 7t. i t .. .. seed, and I havo beside an extra fine, mini iu ins nuai tutu mere was a spice largo and early com. It takos only of danger iu shooting iu America. Baid the host, "you like danger a few years to change any corn for tho "Aid" mit your sport. Then go out shootbetter, in t"'woy." ing mit mo. The last time I shoot Solomon Fagly, a farmer, wns resiu tho echdomacli." initio bruder-in-lacued with groat difficulty from his A piece of rose point laco at ibo burning residenco uear Peru, lud., by s two bravo neighbors. After being London Aquarium six aud yards long, is valued at 85,000. rescued ho broko away from bis preservers and climloJ into tho blazing There aro 00 sprays tq each iuch of the garret to tnvo somo money hidden fabric, and each spray cost two day's there. Wheu his body was found his labor, showing that it required seven hands were full ot tho gold for which years' work of a skilled workman to ho had lost his lifo. Ho had spent his co ra pi e to the trillo. Ginieu8NA1'3. Oud cupful of su lifo iu hoarding up i littlo store of to live, for gar, ouo of butter, and ono of molassmpuoy; ho had nothing es; two teaspoont'uU each of ginger when it was lost. aud one of pod a; In an address at tho ceremony of aud cream tartar, hard witli Hour aud roll decorating tho graves of tho Confedor-at- mix very vinegar may bo dead iu Now Orleans, Jeflereon thlu. A spoouful of substituted tor the croaru tartar when Davis said that Albort Siduoy John economy is needful. a ton was tho strong pillar of tho Con Island 05, iu the Mississippi Uivcr Lse, Jacksou nnd. federacy, and that Johnstou would compare with tho 110 miles below Memphis, has been leaders of antiquo or of modern times. entirely swept away within tho past fow days. Pilots, who recently passR J. Cheney & Co , proprietor Hall's ed south, using its od Catarrh Cure, oner $100 reward for any as a beacon by night, express cane of Catarrh that can't U) cured with at its sudden disappcarauco. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sold by- - l'cmiy A surpriso gladly-havodiethrco-fourth- Not long ago I stood by tho deathbed of n littlo girl. From her hirlh sho had been afraid of death. Every flhro ot her Iwdy and soul recoiled from the thought of it. "Don't let inodio. Hold mo fast. Oh, I can't go." "Jenny," I said, "you havo two littlo brothers in tho other world, and thcro nro thousands of tender hearted pooplo aver thero who will love yon nnd take caro of you " Hut sho cried out ngain despairingly: "Don't let mo go; thoy nro strangers over there' Sho wns n littlo country girl, strong limlttd, fleet of foot, tanned in tho fare; sho was raised on tho frontier; tho fields wcro her homo. In vain wo tried (o rcooncilo her to tho death that was inevitable "Hold mo fust," sho cried, "don't let mo go." Hut oven as sho was pleading her littlo hands relaxed their clinging hold from my waist and lifted them selves with such straining cflurt that they lifted tho wasted littlo body from its reclining position among tho Her faco was turned uppillows. ward; but it was her eyes that told tho story. They were filled with tbo light of Divine recognition. They saw something plainly that wo could not see; and thoy grow brighter nnd brighter, nnd her littlo hand quivered in eagerness to go whero strango portals had opened upon her astonished vision. Hut oven in that supremo moment sho did not forget to leave a word of comfort for thoso who would in her placo. "Mamd ma," sho was saying, "mamma, they nro uot strangers, I'm not afraid." Aud every instant tho light burned moro gloriously iu her blue eyes, till at last it teemed as if he soul leaped furth upon its radiaut waves, and in that moment her trembling form relapsed nmong its pillows, and sho was Mrs. Ilelca Williams. gone. "Ah'," snid ono of tho country lawyers who got to Congress, on being introduced to Mr. Haskell, of tho Hos ton Jlerahl, at Washington, "glad lo too you, Mr. Haskell. You'ro down hero, I suppose, picking up n few itoms for your paper?'' Tho Washington journalists wcro amused at this, becattso they reckon Mr. Haskell's in- co mo from his uowspapcr nt ten or twenty tho Congressman's. Hut it is not tho income of tho man to whom this frequent remark is addressed which constitutes its ollonsivcncss, but tbo prevalent assumption that tho main errand in lifo of tho journalist is to "pick up u fow items." Picking Up items is nn'honorablo branch of tho profession, mid ono which public men aro often very grateful "to havo well done, but it docs not defitio tbo scopo of n journalist's work much moro accurately than "boss cases" do tho professional labors of an avcrago lawyer. This conception of tho journalist's work is about on a par with that of another class of professionals, old women of both sexes, who think tho great nnxicty of nn editor's lifo is to "get something to fill up" his colSpringfield Republican. umns. A young married woman lieing ask-o- l If sho did not havo n sort of an uncontrollable hankering lo march to tho ballot-bo- x and cast her voto for law and liberty, and freedom, and equal rights, both civil and military, as viewed from womanly standpoint, bo mashed I I'd said: "Ballot-bo- x rather rock acradlo with n good baby iu it than rock tho throno of every principality on earth by mysuflrngo." That is tho kind of woman to havo around tho houtc, according to tbo snfiYaga idea. It is clnimcd that such a woman lays over d, dyspeptic novel reader tho of history who demands tho ballot, by an overwhelming majority in both houses in tho mind of tho youug man looking fur somo ono to split tho kindling, build the fires nnd frydougli nuts for him. anti-woma- n's thin-face- PROPHYLACTIC Art) Ho for Unlrrrtal Family Vnn. bVHMKHBsMHMH I'o r Hrarlet anl Typhoid rnvern. Eradicates A HouM-ho- FLUID. WALL PAPER! TRIMMED ANI) READY TO TUT ON, I I I IMplitherlA, J n, MALARIA. All Contagion IlUrAftCft. tho Sick ihotiM me ft freely never twn known lo ipnail iiteil Yellow rcvt-rlia- t Uen Ulcrmtcd fto re Throat. Small Itx M rattle, ami lilack vomit liml tnkrn and tick Pert SMALIVPOX rctmhed and and 1ImI Korea iirorcnt- - PITTIXfl nf Small cm I by bathing with Pox PKKVlTNTKIl Darbyt 1uld I m i nro Air nu1 II jfA memfier rmv Cam was taken with Itarmlctl And purified For Horn Throat it It a Small p r I used tho riuui, t no pi uen t was turtj cure 7 Contusion destroyed jo A I.rloua. w not catci oflJJphlhena yield to It Penom waulntf on Scat let lerrr na litre the IlniJ wat i ured iih (t nflrr place. 'Die wont M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S Druggists ami Jiookscllcrs, Op or n, Houso Block, Stanford, Ky. l'cTrr1 nn ..... Chlll.laliia, Pile CIialiiiR. elr IlhrmnatUm cured. HoftAVIiH Complexion kcu red by it use. Whin the hotue again In three weeks, and no frthers had it W. Fakk-- 1 IWM, Philadelphia. Groceries, Provisions. &c, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. - A Lazy Climate. On two occasions I have witnessed brakes whistled of passengers down and a train-lo- ad stopped in the pino woods, whilo tho conductor slowly ambled oil to a neat Vrvvr brerented. TopurlfyilielJroatli, Cleaiift the Teeth, It can't be surpassed. Catarrh relieved and Diphtheria Provonted. The Thrilc!in4 hers uic Dirbvt HuiJ nry ment of Diphtheria. A bTULLKNnRRCK. wars inxTcmcti. lmenterr cut-- d. Krynlprlaa cured, lurnarelieredmuar.Uy, cured. ;H. C. BRIGHT,; fTjAJSFonjy,, Sf. A.HiipIi ICIock, Urcctisboro, Au cottngo in a littlo orango grovo and or Vegetable Poisons, Trttrr dried un. sunn, etc Desires lo call attention to the Large and Coinprehtnsliefetork of kissed his wifo and a largo family of C'lmlj-rprtTcntcd. I teJ the Fluid durlnff Ulcs-our present affliction children ranged along on top of the bcarlct Fever with with healed. purified am! de ranrnof llcathlt Oroccrk'H, I'rovlHloiiH, ConrccliniicrlCH, Tobacco, ClgiirH, .Ac, fence. I think it was his wife, but elded advantage the It U Inshould Le used about indispensable to It will Wh. F speculation in regard foid, Evrie, AU. Sand. the corpse unpleas thcro was somo Which he keeps always on hind. Makes a specially ot Handling Hoods at Wholesale on SinaliTrollts. prevent any ant smell to it. Animato and inanimato naturo floods delltrrrd within town limits free of charge. The eminent l!iv. lclisn,.l.MAItl(y aro aliko affected. The leaves on tbo IScarlotFcverl MM, SI. I)., New York, aays' "I am Chicago trees aro too lazy to fall. convinced l'rof Darbys Cured. l'roplivlactic Fluid Is a Iutcr Ocean Florida Letter. valuable disinfectant." University, Nashville, It is estimated by persons thor Taodrrbllt the most eacellent qualities Tenn. I testify to of oughly familiar with tho subject, that Darbjn I'rophvlactle Fluid As a disinfectant Pnr and detergent it Is both theoretically and practically any under tho new law reducing letter superior to M T preparation IIwithPL which I am ac- t MMnu .f nilll.lM wriwn, M, VKIUIIirr postage and regulating tho pay oi DKAI.KHS IN- Darbya fluid la Ilecotmnended by Hon. Alixander II. Stiniins, of Georgia: Postmasters, the receipts of not more Kev. Ciias . F. Diihi, D.D., Church of the than ono ofiico in every four, on a Stringers, N. V.j Columbia. Prof.,Unlverslty,S.C. in. LlCorrri, A. J llATTLi, Pro , Mercer University: general average, will bo in excess of Ker. Oio. K Piinca--, Iiishop M. E. Church. i.ndisw:nsadi.k to kveiiy home. tho Postmasters' salaries. Under tbo Perfectly harmless. Used Internally or eiternally for Man or Ueast. existing law it is said all Postofliccs, The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we have abundant evidence that It has done everything contribute insignificant, however here claimed. For fuller information get of your .and about two fifths of their receipts to Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors, J. II. ZKILI.V CO.. tho Government. Manufacturing Chemists. PHILADELPHIA. A youug fellow in Texas married Pi:OFLS.SI05AL his landlord's daughter. At the end of a week tho old lady presented her AM If. HUKDKTT. 1. 1. EOW. bill for twice tho amount of his preBUHDETT & BnOWN, A.TO."OI11VJ3VH A.T XeiVW. vious board. He thought be was goSalt, Limo, Comont, Field Soods, Plows and Farming MT. VERNON, KY. ing to get board free and refused to HMyr Imploinonts . Call and soo tho genuine Hamilton Plow . WALLACK K. VAKXON. settle. On his return from tho thea-tr- o T. TV. YA1SOK. & W.B VAIWON, T. W. with his bride he found tho door ATTOltNEYS A.T X.A.AV, STANFOllD, KY. locked and their joint wardrobe piled Omca In Owsley A Boo'a new building up stairs. on tho sidewalk. M. PEYTON, . am X.A.W, Thcro is pathos in this from tho STANFOKD, KY, Will rjr&ctlraln Ibe Cuurtsof Lincoln and ad Boston lVatueripl: "Here I'vo been Jotnlog counties aDd the Court and Court ppictat attention talking for half an hour!" ertlaimed oi AppcaiaLancaater atret. given to collections. 112 Office on an auctioneer, "and I haven't got an ALEX. ANDETJBON. offer." "Half an hour, indeed!" murATTOllNEY A.T X.A-"W- , DANVILLE, KY., mured an elderly maiden, "what's Will practice In the Coilrta of Boyle anil adjoining WITHcounties aud In the Court of Appeals. half an hour to many long years, and J. B. Fisir. still no hopes of an offer?" A.1 tornoy A.r. JL.ivv. Master Commissioner Uockeastle Circuit Court There is an old Latin prove rS And MT. VEKNON. KV. Will "Anger iions a practice In the Kockrastle Courts. Collec- which runs in this way: iiieciauy. umce in iioj How manages everything badly," IiEE I". HUFFMAN. DHNTI8T, curious it h that whenever a man is HDRGEON STANFORD. KY. South side tho wrong and wont admit it, he al- Office Myers Hotel. Main btreet, two doors above in the ways gets angry and calls bad names! Pure Nitrous Oxide Uaa administered when re- Qulreu. on lids healed rapidly Hcnrr cured. An Antidote, for Anlnut - - - Kir.., I I A. OWSLEY & SON, -- Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queens ware, Glass- Wooden Willowware, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Haines, Traces, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. WE ARE READY! -- Men's, Boys' -- & Children's laurt-nous- e. CLOTHING! I3ST AmoDK tho floods of tho season, tho AIAjT. last ono on the lower Mississippi not or Casey, Is a candidate lor Slate hknator, lSlh only took tho cako, but it carried District, subject to the action of the democratic away a wholo bakery. The baker party. saved himself by paddling off in n f. i. higney, ji aw. dough trough. LattofCbenault, Severance A Co., Stanlord, Ky., with PitnrTY Touaii. The difference CO.. M. ROBINSON between John G. Carlislo and old is simply Importers snd Jobbers of Dry Goods, Notions, Ac, "ifcrro Gordo" Williams 637, S3'J, ail Msln Street, Cor. 81xtn, tU' difference between brains and LOUISVILLK, JCY. braas between brawn and guts. Dreckeuridgo News. FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. Ered Gebhardt is reported to be llecsuse jour house, or jour goods, or jour lire 8t5ying "Pygmalion" forthe purpose stock, or jour other property barenonot teen burnt gusrsnt J that or injured bj flreor lightning, Is of supporting tho Jersoy Lily in her thejciMKOT be. Don't jou think, tbeu.tbst it would be prudent to secure lndewnltj In case pcrformanco ot "Galatea." It is not such loss or damage should occur t I oner jou this Inat the lowest rates obtainable in snj announced when his debut will bo surance Couiihiuj. I represent seven and jou maj Uke jour choice. JMI.H. fill Ml'. made. "What can a lady do?" was the sub Valuable Blue-Gras- s Farm ject of Itev. Gilbert's sermon in Mays- HALE! POU villo Suuday. Wonder if ho remark I ed that they could give half tho road ted ofler for sale uir Farm of XOS A ere, situanear Walnut Flat, on the Stanlord A Crab Orchard turnpike, S tulles Irons Stanford. About W on a muddyxrosstng, but wouldn t? (loud spring, In eulllTstlon; balance in JOS. SEVERANCE, J. ABUNDANCE BRUCE, - I .' it ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT Correct Styles aud Low Prices. WHN & Mjigaajssal LTaUj-s1.- CO. Orst-cla- ,, liafelSl jiaJBsaTaEi' . "f. yHBK ' your special attention to the flr tBaB I desire to call neighborhood. boil, roast a carrot 'Will sell at a bargain the aUUTS iraCl Ul ItUU IUU UP mwiui. w. m. ,iwv poltico of it. If the boil Kor further particulars, Inqilre of J. H. Uwslej, and make a Stanford, K J., or write to toe at Daillla. Milan is on another man let him grin and county, Teiss. J, 11HMCY t'INll. bear it. It's good for tho system. If vou havo a Krass. Acre plenty good timber and well adapted to stock, In a V'Ht'Vflsal llBlsaaesiara'i:StSSB,aK s3S&AwkW'&tX1fci-limttBm9& Farm For Sale Au attempt has been made iu PitU-b- u to blackmail Mary Audorson by I offer lor sale, privately, niy farm of S'S Acres land, with a large brick and threatening to reproduce pictures of ofeitellent frame resldtncecouiblued, of ten rooms, wlthlu a wile of the new blauford A Preaehemllle pike. the lady in scant costumo. New orchard, Iran aud medical water Iu Blue-Grass I HHMHBskaaTsTsaaaaTJariwB'aTasaru which for utility, durability, m perfection operation, taste in ornamentation, unequalled. is ! blue-gra- ss abuu-dau- It. P. Hunt, Louisville, says: havo used Brown's Iron Bitters with good success in chronio dyspepsia." PILES! PILES! PILES I 111', lteininu'" Aic Vlucoi-trold l'llru Is a uradical change from the the Dlscortry Is use. I Including a neat Iiup'ovemeuls tenaut house. In grass, Sim acres, and balanrx tillable. Timber abuudanu Church and school. uuezceiieu. bouse near by, and tt neignuurnooti It l. iit oliwu tLatsurh a dtalratde farm la lorule. Tills perfect Address me at blauford, Ky.or caiinume as lusiarw. TH3E3 SLXJSTGr OP GCDE3C"II3 JPXJSJLmXD nHN,nK iuiih. remedies result of The heretofore study and luTesligstlon Having wDCluitfrl to wqt to Tium, I felUr fur years of jallciittclentlDC Mia iu lulu tne (hsraeter ufthls painful dlwaae. To eon. IIoiiho, vlnce jeu ol Its great merit, call on l'tnuy i. ItcltU'iico V IIuhIiu-kblsufurd, or W. M. Weber, Ml, Vernon, Com Lined In one, Hulled In the town ol Crsh Tbe of rliarce. Kj., uu Uucaster strut.ejs'i-- l bulldiug la a ii J get a sample box fiiet audcuu. stories high, Iwu and one-ha-lf toreat-covorsur-fac- o In all eight rooms, a u. siore.rooui is joaiu, C. II, Marshall, formerly luitur ol Fourth tains nu,ni,n.Dj lie. ah.lilnir ulcelvsud ironerlv ar with I'resbylcrlau cnutcli, Indlautlvlls, says be hu ranged, with all the oulbulldlugsuectaMry to conused II town's Uipcctoraut fur year In bis family, venience aud lbs tuts ot tbe most fastidious, and always with gool resulls. Fur sale by Feuoj A au ebuudsuce ol pure water iur uiiusiug aus household puiioaee,brautlful McAl.i.w, Stanford. Ky. Thousand are ImjIuk cured of Cularrh McAllsler, bUufvrd, and W. M.WtUr, Mt. Vernon. aduiulng aud Uautlfjlug the shade aud fruit tree entire ptcmlaea, all Iu aguud aud health j condition. Any one desirThousand bear witnM to the poalllru every year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that Merer uctjlect ing a cheap Jet valuable realdrure, amouar a defA word Iu Ibe wise Is sutUcIeut. the doctor had given up and raid could er aud irosrous people, would do well to call curnliie powers of lh Great German fifty-ce- nt buttle of llrown'a cough when elseSold by uot be cured. 75 cent a bottle. Sold by torsnt will cure jou. For sale by I'cnnyAMrAIIster, end examine lbs puwl.es belure purchasing Bee ailrcrtUeuieut. where. Terms reasonable. NTKOUK. W-l- f JUHN '. rjlauford, and W. M. WoUr, Ml. Vernuu, l'euuy A McAIUUr, Stanford, Ky. l'cnoy & McAIWer, Stanford. for FOR SALE ! frt '"eEr-ii- P i:io. Chilled Metal will nut corrude; the bearlest lust will Cjmu't Farmers snd 1'luwmen. ll.Uu.-l- ler Iu a bw minutes. TheOllter la a Center Draft Wow, baring sloping laudslde, which do awajtwlth Ibe pressure found In straight laudside I'luwa. The Olltrr has hundreds of Imltature, uo wsDUfaclu.' of I'luws. ut icr will Imiuieaiilu6.rltr I'luw. TheOllter has a record uuparalleled In the history nelghbora will UU jou Iu UU Y Tilt UUVKII, and Uke nu oilier. W. H. HIGGrllMS. f r- - X from the back of the room, very much like W. L.Conant went lo Louisville luit our dear, be Governor, Miko Owsley, week with $160 to buy goodt for a counVj., which resemblance did not set the try store, but meeting torn old frltnds, he Fruits, Two Sermons General hick In our esteem, you know. A Indulged In a social glass and finally got and 15 Souls, near inspection dispels the illusion, hut so drunk that he had to lie taken to the from a little distance the likeness Is won- police station where he was kept until he April 13, 1883 Friday Morning, Tho Salvation Army with lis Ban- derful. After the General's speech a duet waa sober. The sum of $70, found In his ners, Banjos nnd Brass Bands. by a nlr of good Salvation sisters, very pocket when he was Incarcerated, was EDITOR W,P. WALTON, Jtlltft-L'IIANto Mm; but Instead of learning wis well sung, and chorus rendered by the auMiko Owaloy To Bo Govornor. dience In the time stunning way as the dooi from his sad experience, he got drunkDEMOCRATIC NOM1NKK FOR ItnrRESFJtT-ATIVDr. Parlcr't Sermon nnd John C.Young. others. Then an addresi with prodigious er than ever. He was again arrested, and actton and "bodily exercise" from a brother this time only G cents were found about JUDGE THOMAS P. HILL, JR. In uniform. Then a banjo solo by a good htm. Conant says he certainly did not 102 SuACKt.r.WKU, Lank, 1 man, who told m he once belonged to the spend all hla money for whisky, but he Dalston, London, K, C Mar, 20, '83. J "Zulu Minstrels" and blacked his fare to was loo drunk to know what had become Vitr IMitlw Tub Louisvillo Commercial of Wedserve Ms old master, and, looked and acted of It. Wo had a hearing In a small way nesday has n dispatch from Frankfort as much like him al he could; but who waa CASEY COUNTY. Mr, Geo. C. Needham known latt week. containing tho Ijing assertion that now a follower of tho Lamb and consecrain America as the "Irish Evangelist" and Ubtrt. ted his little gift tho best he knew how. Judgo OvTsIoy had acknowledged that to many who lovo the LORD Green River got on a high last Friday He then gave a solo, admirable In tone and his "gooso U cooked" and that ho and carried otTall the fences along Its banks. he so faithfully preaches U now here. We words, but in a teal "Jim Crow" style, that would within a iow days withdraw came across him last week and he gave me If you want to know anything about offended leas than I could have thought Peck's bad boy and his ps, call on Dr. Me the first opportunity of preaching I have from tho Gubernatorial contest, giv Herald. spoke admirably possible. Then a sister Roberts. yet had. Wednesday night the 21st Inst., ing aa tho reason for his action, that It fa thought that manufacturers alone and eloquently. The Salvation Army haa Married, at the residence of Frank (3x7) In a locality Known aa "Dirty Lane," tho sentiment of tho State was so will be benefited by the abolition of the Hotinttt on Its banner and leaches It ss boldol' reft- to an audience of 10 or 50, 1 had the joy of Mills, near Dunnvillr, James Noe to Miss Nice soldiers that bo stamp tax on matches aa the price la not strong against Union ly as Wesley did. This Is the secret of Its Johnson. The groom is 53 years ol J while once more preaching Jesus. The result could not hopo to win. Tho Judgo likely to be decreased, nnd of course the was tho confession of 9 souls (3x3) and on success, l came away saying with all my the bride la only 17. t slarup on patent heart, "God bless the Salvation Aimy I" happened to bo in Louisvillo at tho abolishing of the Osbourne littler, of col . has been the next night after another short sermon medicines will not effect their present cost. G They reach "the poor" and that's the class brought here by tho the sherlfl of Boyle timo and a reporter was sent to know took the steps. I am sure I shall be usMerrick, of counsel for the prosecution Jesus Christ camo to preach the gospel to county and lodged In jail for ed in leading many thousands of souls to alealiuga tho truth of tho story. Ho very in the I wanted by me. I will pay tho highest market price. I alio deal In thinks they can be Is the use of quarreling trials, especially. What horse promptly denounced it aa "a Ho from concluded by June 15. The arguments are Christ in Britain, but I shall never know a with a brasj band and tambourines and ago. from old man Pendleton three yeart beginning to end" and said if there expected to require a month for their de- sincerer joy than filled my soul that night wild choruses and banners, when thousands Ben Hubert sold to Dr. P. It. Dunn in "Dirty Lane," when these "first fruits" of men and women are rescued from gin 2 fat cattle, averaging 1,220 pounds, al fi was a semblanco of truth in regard to livery, coating the Government orer $25,- - of the LORD'S work And can supply it in any quantity. in Eogland were prehis withdrawal would never bo be- 000. The chances are stated aa being ten sented to the LORD of the harvest. After and rum and brandy and debauchery of a cents. Several lots of stock bogs have been to one against conviction. still lower grade? "The tree Is known by sold In this vicinity recently, at prices cause of tho reason assigned, for his precisely one month of silence (for we sailA movement Is on foot to organize In its fruits." And the fruits of the S. A. are ranging from 5 to Gc. ed on the 21atofFeb.) the dear LORD best friends wcro among those who Cincinnati Andy Price and hla ton John were "Tho Foreign and Domestic good no one can deny that. God bless again tent me into the vineyard to reap a had fought in tho Confederate army. Warehouse Company," with a paid-utried before Judge Iljwman for stealing 4 capthem I The nholo thing is but another effort ital of $250,000, the object being the relief handful aa a type and earnest of the Sunday Marie and I went to Westmin- tides of meat from Klizi Henasii and were yet ungathered but to be garnered to ster Abbey to worship. The Dean preach- acquitted because the county attorney fail on the part of tho political tricksters of the necessities of whisky men under the the praise of His grace in due time, Fri ed ed to prove the value of the meat. a solid sermon and the communion, to mjuro Uwsley, whoso growing hardship or existing laws. The steps day night some one else's turn came in Misses Florence and Belle Coulter, taken, though only Informal, have met observed on Easter Sunday, was the PHARMACISTS strength is overy whero apparent, nnd "Dirty Lane," by appointment, and I have with general favor among the whisky men. most delightful and impressive I ever re Mattle McAnlnch. Belle Williams and Bet- not been back. whose election will crush out a lot of paatats la tie Neal,of Middleburg, are visiting friends , r-Irish citizens of Lexington began to v .iv1 Friday night I took tea with M. Wm. member to have enjoyed anywhere. Don't old "hacks" who eeo in him a man to raise a fnnd to fend Col. W. C. P. k.n f think I am either "High church" or "cra and relative near Dunnville. Mbves MatBooks, Noble, at "Rose Villa," Foulden Road, by whom they will bo unable to say, "do Mulligan to Dub zy," but Westminster Abbey Is the place of tle Coffey and Annie Bowman and Frank ATCH V rJSBirW J9W"ZfAtr invitation. Ho la at the head of a very Warrinerare visiting friends near Huston this" and ho docth it. Seeing that he lin, Ireland, to assist in the defense of the important religioua movement, known as places to me. There Is the "Stone of IsI'hyiyeltna' prrert ptlont srrurately compounded. 1 feel the presence vllle. June Hocker, of Hnitonvllle, Is Also was euro to sweep Louisvillo and Jef- alleged Phcenlx Park murderers, but after the "Blue Ribbon Gospel Mission" older rael" and there gagjgegaWj iMUmjeWttl VVeaiiV A f spending a few days with Daniel Allen. getting over $600 subscribed gave up on of the Shepherd of Israel and no whereelse. I JlAVKaTKlaNfl tho than either the "Murphy" or the "Salvaferson county liko a whirlwind, information by Breckinridge that foreign Blame me who will; I still repeat thro Agentt of the U.S. Cattle Commission, Jacob boom was started, so that ho lawyers could not practice in British tion Army" and perhaps inferior lo nei- words of "truth and soberness." "He that sent to West Virginia to investigate the ther. I found Mr. N, just in from a tour could be given the solid instruction as courts. let him hear." reporta of in that State, Lurgrst Slock of Watches, and quite spent with hard work. Told hath ears to hear a matter of homo prido, the ringsters The TJ, S. Supreme Court haa held in At night we all went to hear Dr. Joseph assert that they are entirely groundless ami Clocks, Jewelry & Mlternare him plainly the devil was after him to kill famous Congrega-tionali- that there are no signs of any lung disease taking caro in that event to see that the case of the Cook County National him before his time with overwork. That Parker, the world-widl.rer brought to this msrtet Price Lower than among the cattle. Watchea, Clock, and Jewelry ("Independents," they call them 4 reliable Knott men are chosen as del Bank of Chicago vs. The United States, is the way he gets some not many for the oo short uollrwan-- l Warranted that the claims of the United States average here) preacher of "High Holborn." We egates who wilt at tho proper timo dechristian ia in no danger on tint LASCaSTI.lt inTLBTlSKIK.ITK. against an Insolvent National bank are not were well repaid again. His "London line. Laziness kills most of them. But sert Jacob and give the strength which entitled to priority of payment Temple" is a huge building -s- econd only out of ila when a red-hB. F. WAIiTEH. worker like Nobleor Booth now undoubtedly belongs to Owsley, assets; and further that the surplus money toMr.Spurgeon's "Metropolitan Tabernaeomes to the front, the devil Immediately LANCASTKR, KY. to their favorite. But why aro these remaining in the Treasury, or the bonds cle." I iudge it will hold 5,000, packed, as Office ortr Citizens National Hank. Office bouts tries to kill him with overwork. The worst Spurgeon's holds 7,000, in a jam. It Is, from 8 lo 12 a. u. anil from I to 5 r. M efforts directed at Judgo Owsley? deposited at security for the circulating of ia that one good, "first class" man it Simply becauso he is tho strongest notea of the bank, constitute a trust fund, known to be such worked to death decs liko Spurgeon's, a perfect oval, with one BAM M. BUItDETT, U order to get control of the lcjt and most popular At T..A.W, Vehltlre, andalmlnordertoentUenietapurchalnlurli line ol Agriculturallo Implement, anj I1rai. man in the raco and tho ringsters and the trustee can not set off against the more harm than hia work does good. For gallery running all around, to S.'a two of A.Ta-onrri3ol'uln nuiBlltlea it LANCASTER, KY. the same. The pulpit is also like .that of funds held by him in that character hia in counts and loweat rates of freight,! hat. ctiWI.h.d branch Ware Itonmt and Agentsthe luifontll i the testimony in this case ia that Jeaus is know that their days are numbered at Will practice In (lsrrard and adjoining countle Lancnater and Richmond, and under this arrangement, we dividual demand against the grantor nf the "Tabernacle," almost In a line witli tho and Court of Appeals. ' !.! atire w can off.r the Farmer. J a "hard master'' and an "austere man" and unless thoy can by despicable trickery the trust. lower seats of the gallery, and In one end Many inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. works His beat servants to death. And to O. KAUFFMAN, H. and downright lying defeat him; ol It waa the speaker, visible from every The Grand Lodge of Knights of HonI ktpOD .unditt alltliurtatniy wmil Vr IUkiiiii a tirfviierk of the impression la deepened that Wisdom's A.TTOItIS'J3V At LAW, which they can not do for the people or of Kentucky met In Louisville Tuesday. ways are anything hut pleasant ways, and aeat, tho some only see his back, of course. LANCASTER, KY. Three hundred gaa jets brilliantly illumi- Muter Oooimlsilorjcr Garrard Circuit Court. Will of that city says: "The Knights will be warned of their doings and be The her paths the reverse of "paths of peace'" prattle lo all tho Courts of (1 arrant an J adjoining ready to resent, as they always are, of Honor is a society native to Kentucky No one wants to come to a Master who nate the elegant room, glorious In gliding counties and lo th Court of Appeals. and paint, exquisitely laid on and not of and to Louisville. The first lodge was orworks His servants to death to begin with, any wrong put on an honest man, who ganized the sombre hue so uniformity dirfiguring here in June, 1873. The order now But repeat, not many I are in danger on I is as ignorant of tho arts of the un- haa lodges in eyery State and territory and placet of worship. The organ is grand; the ia one of that ho would bo haa a membership of 140,000. The caeh in this line; only Bro. Noble scrupulous politician as choir well trained; the cornetist a master of kind. 1 tried to warn him faithfully and I will sell or exchange my Farm In Texas lor his instrument and the congregational lauds In Oarrard, Madison, Lincoln or Hoyle counabove engaging in a mean act to de- the Grand Lodge Treasury ia now YiifsflHBsfl tx he could not deny what I said. I hope to ties. singing the very finest I ever heard far Texas,This farm Is situated In Tarrant eouotr. feat an opponent. The haud writing v. it every lodge in this state is repre- know this dear man of God better. about 12 or II nillea South of the city of surpassing Spurgeon's, Beecher's and Fort Worth and about same distance North of is on tho wall that Owsley is to bo our sented at the present session, the mileage Bro. Needham received me very cordithe Cltr or Cleburne, in Johnson county Cbutalns finer than all of these latter. The UtO Acrrot Rot land, all under fence,!!)! a of representatives to and from Louisville ally and has, helped me to get to work as as next Governor and the tricksters, good water anthem "Awake Thou that Sleepest," aa good barn upon It and land and on place It Is will amount to 13,512 miles. The present farming well Henry Watterson would say, will find Grand Lodge ia the seventh ever held in best he could. He ia to hold nightly ser- rendered by the choir last night, was sim- located for raiting rattle, being on a nigh plateau between II Is themselves in an awkward position the State. There are 115 lodges In Ken vices in April in the "Mildmay Conference ply of Indescribable sweetness. Dr. Parker stout onetwo never falling streams xfwaler. or the mile East of the Hall," which ia a noble building near to himself looks very like my dear old friend Fort Worth lUoUrandelt. surveyed rout will la 11 . which " 'twixt hell and the iron works." tucky." short alio our abode, put up by Rev. M. Penuefather, Jno. C. Young, of Danville, having the completed In a C, A lime, andI U IU ataut S mllea Weal ol the U aow In operaSanta Fee BOYLE COUNTY. the good man who first invited Moody and same powerful flexibility of mouth and the tion from Ft. Worth to Oalvceton. This farm is In Wiiilg this paper has endoavored same brow of genius; close shaven as a tbe great cotton and wheat raising section of North-eSankey to England, but died while the Danrille. Texas and eery dcalrable for any one wanting on numerous occasions to bring as monk and not unlike one in hia flowing License was issued on Wednesday, for evangelists were on the voyage. Hia wife gown, and a round bald surface in the ex- to farm or ralae cattle. Also bar oo the place a small buncbof Short Horn Melfert with call and much odium as possiblo on the wholethe marriage of Leslie Walters and Mol still owns this Hall, I believe, but it is de- act place of a monk's tonsure, gradually en- on Una Short Horn llull, S Tears old this Spring-- , farming implements, mat I will trade wlih sale pardoning business conducted at lie T. Phillips. voted to gospel meetings in the freest man- croaching on hia otherwise bushy hair, now alto place. tue IYJI. HcliKK nVXl'AX, n the little town of Frankfort by one Jan. II. 1SSI Lancaiter. Ky. Mr. J. O. Ake, late of Natchez, Miaa , ner. It is a great affair with many rooms rather long. He is an orator of no come mon order; a actor and very draand matic in all he does from first to last. His Dr. Blackburn, of yellow fever noto- will take charge of the Clemens House. besides the great audience-chambeIIiirkIch, CarrlitKOM.Nprliic; Wiikouh, Turin WngoiiH, Log Whjcoh, riety, it never for a moment condemn- He ia expected to arrive on Monday or here Is a school for "Deaconnesses," which voice is very like Edwin Forrest's in hit is the centre of much blessing. palmy days, and he manages it with great ed him for the pardon of the soiled Tuesday. Sflt9ttltJlw9VH Mrs. Nancy who is in her 85th So I am at least gradually getting ac skill. Coming Into the pulpit, in a very Tacascar I)xraaiuxT. doves at Lexington. This unfortu- year fell down Marrs, deep, impressive tone he makes the "InvoOrrica or CoxrrsoLLxa o TiiaCcaaxacr, stairs on Tuesday night and quainted with the good people of London. cation," as it is called in clerical parlance. WasiimaTOif, Ffb, 13. 1(U. -- JV Tgwwi nate class of women should have tho fractured her hip joint. Drs. R. W. & F. '"in1" Last Friday night I went to a Salvation In all his prayers, besides this deep tone, Wiiaaaaa. be satltfactorr evidence rverented lo sympathy of all honest men and since Dnnlap, are the attending1 surgeons. knew in any one tbe undersigned, It has been mid to aptwar that Army meeting, which waa tin generis. The he has a habit I never IheClllteoa National Hank of Lancaiter, In the Thieves broke Into the smoke-hous- e the "social evil" can not bo eradicated, of gathejing was In "Congress Hall," In find else of waiting a long while between the town of Lancaiter, In the counir of Uarrard and is all Kentuckr, haa S. D. Moore on Wednesday night andatole ing which I got lost again and again Iu the last words and the "amen." It most im Statu of of the llerlied compiled with the the ni they should be protected as long as United Statutes of pressive and at once pointed out to me a Itlona 8latea required In b compiled with before an they keep thomselvcs iu proper seclu about a dozen hams and sides. No arrests tortuous London streets; but at which I at defect wo all are guilty of, so far at I have boaiithorlied lo commence the butl. yet, though certain parties are suspected. last triumphantly lauded. Well, with all heard, viz., the robbing the word of its neas of banking. sion, instead of being hounded out of Now, there I, John J. Knox, Comptroller of Little Willie Warren, son of Mr. Wm. my trouble was the repayment of the true import and solemnity by hasty utter- memrreocr. ore, nereuy canity mat tne iiuaeni uo ance. The pause is sometimes almost National llauk of Laocaiter, In the toun of Lan the wages of their Bin by officers of Warren, ia very tick with e inflam- strange but blessed meeting. The room Is y In Dr. P.'s prayers, but It Is ever outer, In the county of Uarrard and Stat of the law. What we did find fault mation of the stomach and bowels, nis a pit, reached by descending short flights painful la authorised to commence builnee ol impressive. After reading the hymn so tanking aiprorldnl In Section S,IStbe Ibo Uetlwd of with however, iu connection with the physicians report him no better this (Thurs of stairs on four aides, which are also lined that the words remain in your mind in Statutes of the United Stalea. " 5 Vfmmwiniwtl...! Ia testimony whereof, Witness my hand withrows of seats. About5,000can be seat spite of yourself, he stands in a rapt pos- seal or office, this 23d day of February, ISS3. and matter, was the reasons alleged to have day) morning. xp ' Jitsc gazing upwards while It is being aung, , .r;T - -- ; ifc.B3ssfcisrjr Mr. James McCaflery, late of the ed in comfort, I judge. On the front of the ture JOHN J. HtkUX, been given by Gov. Blackburn for his awaylng bis body to and fro in time and Comptroller of the Currency. county Fermanah and province of Ulster, building above the great Corinthian then softly nodding his head, exhibiting No. 2,s&). act and the subsequent chargo that a now or Danville, on ieing told that the pillars in huge red letters appear the most intense enjoyment in the exercise Railroad Carls, Reapers, Mowers, Hay lUket, drain Drills, Hroadcaat Seedera, Hulkoy Harrows, pardon broker, who had'tecured the Salvation had invaded Kentucky, asked, tbe words SALVATION and a banner and drawing the whole audience after him Hulktr flows, Walking and Rldlog Cultltators, Corn Drill. OnrqYlaoteri, Feed Cutters. Cum Shelters, Farm- to share it, as they singly watch hia mo"clemency," had gotten $100 each "Who is it trying to Salivate?" floats from the peak of the roof. This banRollers, aod uaoy ollnr Items, er,' tions; I will not write "maneuvers," for Price Hudson, of the firm of Scoggin, ner of tbe S. A. Is a blue border with solid thev are manifestly genuine. He prays aa from the 13 women pardoned. This & Co., on Tuesday shipped to Lou- red centre, save a single golden star with sweetly aa Mr. Beecher In Ins better days, latter has brought the Governor to an Hudson when I knew him while I explanation and we are glad to hear isville 16 coach and harness horses. The words upon it I did not decipher. These and loved to hear him waa at j'rinceton so much. The price paid were from $90 to $150. They banners waved everywhere and are a dis his reasons for dismissing the that growing resemblance to my friend, Jno. C area part of a lot intended for the New tinctive feature of tbe meetings. About G Young, greatly affected me An undercur indictments against the women wero Orleans market. were in use Friday evening. The Stand rent of memory went all through the repurely under a proper feeling for that Mr. and Mrs. II, E. Samuel and Mr. ard Bearers had a lively duty to perform; maining exercises, dharmlng all thoughts class of wretched humanity and that anuiura.u.u nicnois have taken rooms almost like hard work, waving them to and of criticism, ile preached a lovely sermon on "The LORD'S death" 1 Cor. 11th. if a man were to approach him for a at Qilchers Hotel. Iter. Geo. Q Sutton, fro on the least provocation, to intensify a These three words he enlarged upon In tho new rector of Trinity Church, began chorua of applause er encourage a speaker, most original and beautiful manner, hia pardon and ho had tho faintest idea the from beginning to that he was acting for money instead hia pastorate last Sunday. He and wife or what not? When I entered the room it audience filled and a steady stream ending. But enough for the present. We waa of the right and justico of his cause have taken rooms at the Central Hotel. g liked Dr. Parker and this uniform ho would order him out of his offico A call has been Issued for a meeting pouring In by every door. By the time ap all among seven varying tastes and capacand excellerate his movements by an of and sailors of the federal ar- pointed every seat waa occupied and many ities Is the best way of telling what he Is. I am alw prepared to lurultli price and ratlnutca of all kinds fit F.nglnes, Saw Mills, Three hlng Ma- chluej, Hay Presses, Straw Slackers, Wind Mil s, Hon Powers, and various other kinds of machinery. application of his boot toe. Hurrah my and navy at the 2Koune office next Sat- standing. My first thought on entering We tat on camp atoola In the stale. Not a for the "dear old Gov." we begin to urday night, the object being to organize waa "Bedlam broken loose l"A quick meas- foot of standing room, even, unoccupied: lose faith in our doctrine that ho is or establish a "Post" of the Grand Army ured song with wild chorus waa being sung and It Is uniformly so. Ever In Jesus, Parties Iu want of any good. In my Una will UEO. V. JIAKNES. totally depraved. of tho Republic. The order is with the accompaniment of tambourines, 4 loos nothing by seeing rue U lore purchasing PULASKI COUNTY. ical. or 5, and scores of uniformed leaders wild On Tuesday a respectably dressed NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Somerset. ly gesticulating. The din waa deafening, alighted from a North bound Bell Qragg, of thlt county, was killed There were eighty-nindeaths from white woman that it soon ceased to but to C. 8. It. and desiring a boarda mall-poin New Orleana during the past train on the shock and began to steal upon you. I have near Chattanooga hy falling from a train. ing house, In mine way found herself at wee. Ker. Mr. drag? will organize a church felt the same influence at uproarious color3d Street. She waa F. D. Barnutu, jeweler, of Louisville, Mrs.Steinbergen's on on the 4th ed meetings, after the ears had been educa- at the 'W'addlo school-housbaa assigned, with liabilities estimated at accompanied by a aweet faced little girl ted a little. In the wilder parts, aa if no Sunday, $20,000. about five years old, who called her Aunt other accompaniment would do, the leaders Wm, Qodhy atuck an az through hi Iu r.Hiu'HHler Ht tho In a match with Iiogardua at Mattle. The woman made several trips waved while handkerchiefs and the audi foot and the wound hied so profusely that vcrtu wi-during the day and towards night Carver broke ninety-ninout of un town had become what ia ence responded, aa it did emphatically to he la expected to die. it waa noticed that the Kalanus to Spring Tooth Ihrrow 100 clay pigeons. Mr. W. F Cross, formerly of Va., waa known aa drunk. About dark she waa so everything, till the room was a billowy rip lalsrhanJU (Iralnaid 6Vliol alt kinds, also Irvine Tucker, of Marlon county, (hot boisterous that the police were sent lor ana ple of Mattle Bogle, ol this "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," cotton, silk and cambric. But all in married to Mias and killed hla brother George about the then the fun commenced In earnest. She Ilty aud Wool, time and kept in perfect control. Soon an place, at the residence of Mr. II. C. Smith, x acreumed and fought and cussed the settlement of their father's estate. MollnSulky Plow J In the shape of a full by Ilev. J. II. Williams. A select crowd LANCAHTKII, KY. She used language not usually heard added crash came Tho Canadian Government haa reject In drawing rooms. When the party ar- brass band, marching In quick time and of friends were present, who made the ed the propoaltlona made with reference to rived at the e gate the laid taking up the song that was being sung at couple a good many bridal presents. Mr. the admission of American whisklta, down and would walk no further and came the time. Then came a perfect roar of ap- and Mrs. Cross will lire neat Ilerea. Oltr,i:N A-- 1VII.MAMN, Judge Charles Lawrence, for nine very near doing what Artemus Ward's plause aa Gen. Booth took his place with The recent ttorui assumed the propor when playing the bearded woyears a member of the Illinois Supremo brother did "show Manes." She was finO-l- y sundry subordinates upon the platform, tions of a cyclone in this rklnlty. John Mansgers lluitonilll Depot l'roprtetoit- man in the Bench, died at Decatur, Ala,, Tuesday. lodged In jail and a night's sleep In that One was hardly prepared for the perfectly Meece's house on Flat Lick waa blown W. II. Yandcrbllt haa $10,200,000 In safe retreat brought ahame and penitence ordered quiet that relgued while a brother dor,n aod Kllaa Yaught's was uuroofed. U.TIIi:itN, four per cent, government bonds, the quar- which she freely expressed this morning. led In a fervent prayer. Then a solo was Tho barns of K. M. Porch and Judge Ken- (Wednesday), when she was brought out Muisgtr I tnesiter Depot) terly Interest on which amounts to and the Wait Th annual meeting of the shareholders til the and released. She left on the first train, sung by a strong, clear male voice, with drlck were badly damaged taking with herlhe little girl who had been chorus given con amort, banners, tambour- block In Somerset was unroofed. The SUnlord A llills llipTuruplie C'j. fur lb elecA severe snow storm prevailed In the tion ol a bresldent and board of directors for th cared for by Mr. Thorell, the kind hearted merchants' ensuing rear wlU b held at tho Circuit Clerk's it. Northwest Tuesday night. At St. Paul landlord of the Central Hotel. Nothing is ines, brass band and all going like mad. I ralu poured in and damaged the TfcfewA , IWJ. office lu Stanford ou SATURDAY, MAY of f 1,000 to the snow was four Inches deep and at Du known of the woman who gave her name never heafd anything like it. Then Gen. goods, Ac, to the amount Mausgtr Richmond Depot Cera Planter, "' "liS J. K. LYNN, I'retlUeHt, Booth gave an excellent talk. He looks, $1,600. a Mrs. Mattle Jennings. luth it waa six nd sTiiTiroiar), icy. Tho Superior Court has decided that a special judge can be elected to hold a court for Its entire term and that It la not necessary lo elect one In each A rail it at telephone company which proposes to oonrey telephone messages for railway haa been incorporated In New York with n capital of $2,600,000. The mimic alone for the Southern Imposition at Lotilsrllle will coat $.15,000 Qllmore's hand and the famous Berenth Regiment band hare been engaged. The libel auit of Dr. Donald of Michigan UnWersIty, agalnat Jaa. E. Scrlppi, editor of the Detroit Ereninj Km, reaulted In a rcrdict for the plalntlfT for $20,000. Con.ul of the United Slates at St. Gall, Switzerland, haa collected for the relief of sufferers from tho Ohio Hirer flood 10 350 franca, which hare been forwarded to the Untied States through the N. Y. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE 4 cJ. First H. C. T RUPLEY, TAII'Olt, Mac-Lea- n, xrtA.isn Tiin x.oii." Stanford, Kentucky, , n Mwmj $efe t F SITIAIBIIilXSI! $ )fl J jLizrx) lot SAZtTIESS SIHCOIF. Itntcs Horses and Fino Turnouts. soimblc. four-cen- Star-rou- te COAX l A. T. NWtfJVEfrTEY, S.uitTorI, Ky. p bar-ve- PemryftH'Altotw Sr-- rTfc&a -- iifo ifr,' ? -- y J Drugs, Stationery and Fancy Artiolo. y a e st lliel-n.c- HUUOKON I)I!NTI8T, ATTENTION, FflUS! ita "- - A Texas Farm For Sale Ttl-mag- IraJf-r-nr- e; lJrrlo m -- HJ-Ji- first-rat- Citizens National Bank. wHTlaaJ ""'" :'" JMlwaaaJwll!r--- l sub-acut- ifeJoW-- ? 12S-2- Ixandreth's ( spell-boun- d three-fourt- Ilk-in- In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of non-pol- -- i e d x e FUilTiE e -- ofli-cer- s. w: Court-hous- CJEORCrE D. WEARE1V, GEO.D.BURDETT&CO., xjJUT Stanford. Viii'iiplko KIcclIoii. T?HHastPyflSsjjsjJk ii. ivi:aki:, I Friday Morning, c might'. shoulder. At.r. kinds ofaecd tweet potato - - WNTni.--Obtintr- y Ilacon, II C Ilrlght. two-pl- il " " -- April 13, 1883 Ir You want the beat super . A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 Psascs Stanford going North .. Mall Train. Dailt. " IS Month... 10OP. Sunday. ....A 25 J 23 r. w. H. Leevrs Stanford going North Accommodation, Dallf erctpt . r. M. m. Go to H. 8. Mera' to buy your lemons, of lVnny A McAIIsler. oranges, banana, apple and fine candles, Fisnttm Tackle at McI.oi.ert A HlaRgV. liANtmnjlt'nOsnlrn Beerl nt McKolitrt HaUu Diokmjion' IliiMell county lira- xilian awcet imlaloei for wed at A. Owsley Nice tojk of birthday- cinl at 1'cnnr ft Hon'. MeAllilcrV. If you want a nice picture frame eWn, , I.ANnnmi'fl Oanlcn Hels, In liulk ami In itw r, at Penny A McAliiter's. call at SlisUer'a Picture Gallery, Stanford, Watches, Clocka anil Jcwrlrr repaired Kentucky. ami wnrrarmii oj rtnnj .ncAiimer, Pioroniw of every aite and atyle taken Full ilock of Fiflilnjr, Tackle of all kind ran now lie found at Penny A McAIIsler' any kind of weather at Shaffer' Gallery, Stanford, Ky. IIuy LOCAL NOTICES. Leslie, ron of Sir. and Mr John SiiAFFfR will take a nice picture of your G. IUmrey, of Stanford, died Wednesday residence and fatnllvnn atmrl nnllro evening at thrco o'clock of typhoid fever, Kemrmrkr we still sell a good N- O. su- aged about seven year, and waa hurled at Gilbert Creek yesterday. gar 12 pounds for $1. II. 0; Ilrlght. , W. IhydenV -m iii Hdmihton A Omjr.EY have hint received a large line of Zelglrr slice. oarpeta go to J. at II. ling, accompanied hr an offer of a salary considerably In advance of that he lias e'reclally been receiving, thinking it best for him lo remain at Harrodahur Thn HiiirrJ-- , at the latter place, however, have liroinhtfd lo wool docven belter financially for him during the present year than Mt. Sterling offered. A Utile daughter of Mike Ityan and Willie Denham were playing with n hand axe when the latter "whacked off" the thumb and first finger of the former. The children are about three and fnnr year DAVE YANDELL 1 SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT! 1888. I)EC ft jjt Will m rrmltlei1 to ef Tu ten or fifteen spprarM msrea at mr aiaM 4 mile from ftlanfor.l n Ihe Know deaths' ' .i Paint, LAND, STOCK AND CROP. - I1I1 I HAVE opened a shoe shop at my stable, Hkv. J. It. Prtri.M eime orcr to ice where ieplring of all kinds will be done. girl feslrrdajr. A.T. Nunnelley. Mil. J. K. IJliUCK In PERSONAL i W. Hayden haa received a nico new Owsley Dunn at Hichnioml. lot of Spring Clothing. Hud n't you belter MihkClaiia 1 1 rut lua returned from go and get a btrgaln of him? a lengthy visit tu friends In Louls-lllMnviEH M attib andHali.i. DcNNVof Mn. S. II, IIavohman is putting up a (larranl, are visiting MIm Ina Lackey. room in the rear of his livery stable for the Ouu editor' lieallh la oomlderalilr uae of Mr. A. T. Numielley in hla wool improved, liut ha la not nble ret to lie at iraue. hla pout of Jut j. Mrmks--. Kkvius A Huffman are preMil. Jo. fiKVCRANCK wa the delegate paring lo build a new hoime fur Mr. G. from Stanford to the Qrarnl Ixxle of the W. Kvans, of Garraid. and In pulling down Knight" of Honor at LcuIaTllte. hi old hou-- e they found in the attic a hat n Mn. K. 0. Cullkx, of tho which belonged to Mr. Kvans' father, who Cttcus, U here advertising hla died of cholera In 1832. It waa as well how which will he here April 2Cth. prer rved as If only two or tbreo yeira MiHsSALi.ir. I'KiLtriliMROiietu New old. Of Irani on a visit. The Judge went an far An old man named Dugan, of Somerset, aa Louisville with hrr, and returned and Job GAatlneaii, who live over Preacliravllle, were taken up Mon Mn. C. A. Uovalt, of Laporte, Neb day dead drunk and put In jail to sober late of Denmark, haa been here alnce Mom up. The latter was lying on the railroad da j looking for a location for eight faou track, near the depot, and was so limber Ilea from that Bute. that Msrahal Nswland had to uae a wheelMiu. Dn. J.J. Wilcox and son, Hen barrow In taking him to jail. Doth were ry, hare gone to Lexington to attend the allowed lo depart after paying the jailer burial of her (later, who died of pneumotheir board. nia In that city Monday. .. Lancadter The South bound mail Mkiei How km a Williams and Lit-li- e McClure, two charming and beautiful was not delivered here till after C last eveyoung ladle, the former from Galveston, ning, the train having been delayed by a $120 to $200. Tex., and the latter from Ounnlion, Col., freight train off the ttack near Pitman. Ou account of heavy rain and mud came home with Misses Ddlile Williams We hadn't room at that late hour to get in dy track, the New Orleans race were sus- our lancaater teller, no we condense: Itobt. and Kturua Peyton from Lexington, where Klnnaird Isslck with pneumonia. J. H. ended from Friday to Tuesday, On the lliejr are all attending Hamilton College latter day Houlevard, Mary, Cor belt and While at Hustonville thrr all vlslled Mix Woodcock i filling hla place. Protracted Monllcello were the winner and Moscow, meeting at Christian church closed with Allle Unhide and had a delightful time. 1. no addition. Jauie Kothwell and family Hatlasf, Drake Carter, Hickory Jim and Joe Cooper werr the first past the post MonLOCAL MATTERS. from Kanat, are on n viait lo telativr day A Dinville man n in town this week ofThe circus la coming. Cincinnati. Ktceipla light ami msr-kfering $250 for corn. W. It. Itoblnwn A ijuiet fur belter grades and dull for are In bloom. I'kaoii them llio. have let the contract for tho brick low grade. Common to medium $275 Wanted -- 10 bbla. corn. II. Jlrlglit. " wink of thtir store to Tom Ilruner, of 5; good to choice butcher $525JG25, Itichmond. some extra at $050; cow nnd heifers $525 NlccsTpiclure frame In the market at G; common to fair shippers Al.l, of lis at soma time or other have $5575; Shafler' Galley discovered to our sorrow the meaning of good to choice $5 85G 50; rtocker and For Halk. A handsome realdincr ' Fiaherman'a Luck," but some are longer feeder $ 755 60. Selected butcher hog Will well very cheap. W. Craig, Hlanford. getting at It true Intent than other. Mr and heavy shipper $7 708; fair to good deitgna Sid Mjcra who pride hiiuaelf on being a packers, about 200 lbs., $7 257 G5. Laniba Don't fall to IK the lund-min Tea, Dinner and Chamber Fet at A. C belter fulicrnun than ever St. Peter wa, are scarce ami in ilemand. hair to extra ; spring Iambs or went out to Huron' iond tho other day yearling WkIhV . to "take ft w" and to get what he thought $360560 per head. No iv la the time to have jour photo- an eligible KXItIon, he atartod don the LINCOLN COUNTT. graph taken. Call at Hlisllrr' any kind ice when "hie, presto, change," hi of weather. Near McCormack's Church. fret llsw from under him and silling down Mr. Charlie Carter sold to Mrs. II. in an abrupt manner slid on into the clear TltcKnoxville F.xtenaiun haa been the lait ppike having been driven and chilly water. His frieud Gibed him Kellcy a cow for $12 Iloin to the wife of Mr. Nikirk a boy. Wednesday. out with difficulty, and when he ugaln got on terra firma he wa ro diagualed with Il had no rye and wa otherwise dreadH. fi.MYflin sell none but the finer grade fully deformed. It lived only two day. of tea, which lie i oflering lower than himself and erery body elee, that he re Mr. J. M.Hill left for the mountain turned to town and wore hi laat summer ever for the cash. Tuesday to buy cattle. .Mr. J. Depauwha suit the rest of the day. The Stanford Sporting Club challenged returned lolier home in Hoyle. Mis MinWhen the Poet sung "Let dog delight nie Cosby is a guest of Mrs. T. J. Hill. the Lancaater club for a ahooling match, to bark and bile" he did not intend to in- Mis Lirrie E. Tevis, of Gslveston, but the didn't accept. Texas, clude lawyers, a some auppore, though a is visltlnglicr aunt, Mrj. Q. A. Peyton, at Cam. and examine uir flock of Furni- couple of our attorney took it into their Goresburg. ture, Ac ; il ia now full and complete, and head ( day or two ago that he did and In Crab Orchard. price aro lower than ever. II. K. Wearen. open Court and In the presence of the auMumw, whooping-cougand mea!es Halk ok Town Piioi'ektv. Mr. Will gust Judge, barked sonic tho' bit but little. are prevailing among the children, waa rash tnough to call an An Craig haa void hla home and lot occupied The heavy rain ol last week waa more Attorney a liar, which the destructira ot fcnrini; In by Dr J. J. Wllaon to W. S. Hocker for this section than same, the . A, armed with a club waa any previous . deny in a poiitive manner when about to Upholsterers and cabinet-makefrom at I'itmau, Tin: name of the caught up a dangerous looking the ex-Iouiville are at the Springs repairing and Liurel county, haa been changed from pitcher. Officers rushed in at thU junc- renovating thing generally, preparatory to Peacock to Pittsburg. Dovleatown i the ture and the battle was o'er almost beforo an early oenlng of this popular watering-placname of a new posloflice in Mad loon Co. It began. Judge Varnon fined the instigaTiiosk correspondents, whose lettera did tor of the breeze $10 which he promptly Henry Miller ia in Louisville. Misa not appear in our laat iaaue, are informed paid and acknowledged that he waa In the Nannie Peltus, of Somerset, haa spent a that, on account of bad handling of null wrong. That perhaa wa all right but few days with her uncle, J. D. Pettus. by Rome incometent agent, they were not they do these things dit'erenlly in New Warren SUvin I down with pneumonia received until Tuesday. York. A man waa sent lo jail there Ihe but at tht writing i some better. Mis other day for a much le "contempt of Maggie Livingston haa been renting easily Mil. T. C. J Asrtii'rt telephone line runCourt." for the laat few day. ning from hla atore at Mt. Salem and conMr. Geo. II. King ha received his The trial of John Circuit Court. necting with the Lincoln County Telecommission a postmaster at Crab Orchard, phone Co.' wirea at Huatonville, haa been Wesley Gooch lor the killing of Killion, Capt. Scott, of Mr Ja. it. Law. completed and worka well. Mr. (1. C, Lyon resulted Tuesday In hla acquittal, It havI rapidly recovering hi wonted good ing been clearly proven, it Is said, that the haa connected hla residence with Mr. health Our medicinal water and the deed waa done in necessary line. The Jury waa in their room only about fif- magnificent culinary method of Mr. Law-le- s Five Yearling mulra belonging tu Mr. teen are doing wonder In hi case. Mr. minute. J. P. Doty waa fined $00 A. K Denny, while playing Tueaday night, each in (wo case for keeping tippling Lee Wilbur n came very near killing himran into a barbed wire fence that he had houae and $25 and glyen leu e"aje in Jail self the first of the week by handling arput up juat the day before. One waa kill- for carrying concealed weapon. The Ju- senic with sore hand. ed outright, another waa cut o badly that McXinne. ries added In their verdict that if the fine it ia likely to die and the other aro conWhooping cough in town, measlc in were not paid or replevied, that Ihey of tho one that siderably hurt. The head should be worked out on our strcela. An- the neighborhood. Sore-eyall around, waa killed waa nearly aevered from lla other case against him for carrying con- and bad cold understood. body. It Is rumored that one of McKinnei'a cealed weapon and one for allowing gam On yestkiiuay in the matter of the will lug on hi premise.! were continued until fairest belle I soon to give up her fond of Mrs. Sarah Italley, deed., quite a con lea t tho next term of tho Court. The indict- mother' palatial lealdencoand Income a waa lud between her two sona, Messrs. Jaa. ment for robbery at Itichmond Junction In Cook, of Science Hill, Ky. .T. Hackley and A. M. Felaod, the former January last was filed away, tho Com. Ally. The Literary Society here Is making being in favor of and the latter against it concluding that he couldn't sustain it with preparation for an entertainment, by the establishment, which resulted in its ealab. the witnesaea he could gel. (Xtae of Cum rehearsal of Kist I.ynne, Ihe proceed of liahmentby Judgment rendered by M. C. va. A. J. Cannon, for obtaining money un- which will be Invested in a public library Portman, Yjh , acting aa Jndge of the der false pretenses, waa continued to next here. Moae Co (ley haa aold hi house and County Court, in place of Judge Drown, term. The petit Jury waa discharged Wedlot at Arabl lo F. M. Sim and will who waa objected to by the contestant. nesday, but Court will be open until tho lilt family and steam mill to a point week for the trial of tqulty end Thornton Porter, of Gilberts cases. of the on Careiiter' Creek 2 mile from (Mn. ahowed ua a Ilritlah coin which waa RELIGIOUS. up In his yard. It bears date of The manner in which the Protective 1821, is about the site of a gold Iter. It. It. Noel will preach at Hall Tariff question wa discussed before the plcco and la aaid to be worth nearly live Gap Church Saturday at 2 and 7 o'clock Literary Society at ita last meeting by the 'dollars. Mr. Porter tells us that theiotcd r. M. and Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7 i N, gifted C. F. Slade and the eloquent J. L. Ilanton once plied hi counterfeiting If thoso who have not settled their Iiosley would have done credit to a Senaon the place wheru he now live and tubwrlptioua to our church repalra In tor Hlalne or a Itoscoo Conkling. that rt great many piece of counterfeit Lancaster will attend to it promptly, we A card from S, J. Singleton, of the money have been found there, one of will be able lo pay our lat hundred dol- Dawson' mill neighborhood, announce , which he unintentionally paused on a Stan- lar without any eiubarra'suiriil. Pleaae the advent of u 12 1b. boy at his house. ford merchant, and which was ao good a don't delay, J, It. Peeplta. Like Nlcodeoiu we are inclined to aak, ltev. II. Allen Tupper'a meeting at "How can these things be?'1 and wonder counterfeit that it basenuo was never or at least it never found it way Harrodaburg haa closed with 25 addition. if the days of Abraham and Sarah haa. pot back to Mr. Porter, who told the mtrchant We learn that Mr Tupper haa recently de passed. Well, sister let us tip our sheep'a-woclined n call froui the Church at Mt. Ster- beaver to you. of hi) intalake vlntting Mm. J. J. e. Anglo-America- j The proprietor of tho Lincoln Mill want to buy wheat. Mr. A. T, Nunnclley la paying 23 cent for Ik t common wool. SooOs-uold hi residence In Una tonvllleloM L Wright for $!KW. We have a lot of seed while corn for sale. Thornton and Itobt. Porter. Huff Dudderar sold lo Dave Prult 32 head of sheep weighing 80 lb, at I els. In New York poor lo strictly prime steers sell at $02W3)7.75 jier cwt live weight. I have a good, gentle milk cow and a yearling tteer for sale. H. K Harrow, Stanford, Grass hi como out so much latelr that some farmer hereabout have turned stock on It. Ten to 12 hundred ound cattle sell In Mailon county at 6c: 125 lb. hog at Cc and at Gjc. Kldd's combination sale took place at Lexington Tuesday and 102 horses were diajiowd of for $23,510, an average of $230.-5- 0 per head. llennett Cloyd, Sr., aold to Mattlngly A Simms, of Springfield, 10 mare mule for the txlra good price of $130 per head. Mr. W. It. Williams inform us by telephone that Sharp A Dodd, of Huatnnvllle, sold at Kidd' combination sale at Lexington 10 head of borne for J 1,763. For Sale. Twelve good hogs, ICO to ISO ponnds, suitable for the June market, and a good red bull, an excellent breeder. 12 T. Young, near Turneraville. Only about 80 head of common cattle were offered at Lexington Monday County Court day. A bunch of old at and were puiclm-e- d back at IJ for August delivery. Hroke mulea brought n high-grade three-year-ol- d 1 old. Moral: Givo tho children all the cutlery they can use) it will leach you the folly of your forbearance. Here I the first instance of the kind on record: A few week ago Mr. Arthur Davidson ws employed by Smith A Aus-liat Arab), to "bos a dump" where they were hauling gravel for the O.H. It. It. The firm I running one of those little helle rle and employ such men a will be most likely to drown their souls in Ihe hellish fluid and thus afford the firm an opportu nity to pay off their laborers with the least possible expense. Thing went well on the "dump" hut Davidson made no account in the saloon and accordingly was discharged. ThI wn are informed the parties have confessed. Davidson an Industriou and strictly temperate young man and we glory in lua pluck and temperance principle. A discharge from bus tnesa under such circumstances i an honor to any man, nnd Mr. Davidson may pec the day that hi service will be highly prized when aaloonlst will be shunned by all res pectable aoclely. Three ehctrt fur lemjxr ante. 1 IA t.ilsat $10 to Insure Colt. nitTIOK AHIIPl.OIOftK-Kae a q EDMIST0N& OWSLEY Have just received an elegant stock of will I a jesra old thsMth of Mr, II hind I Inch, Mont man and tall ami will wllh maks when fiillf rfeTelopcd magnHlmil Ihwi Hired by TelrTm, h tj Im-iWolMtdj lis hr TelcKraph. (who waa l.rnlhee to Hhan Allen Lancet and MocilirMfarTileri lis hf lllll'a lllk Hswk, of llrldcetitrt. Vt ; hslir Xhrrniin sad ha by thftcrlglnal J.tln Murtan. Telrm' dam br Bard MeNirr, Jr , ?.l dam br Whlpp; Id Jim br Wair. Dare Yandel'a dam la fln combined mar from Woodford county and ot nnknown ped-ln- e now but I will be ab to get It In a abort time, Hl-i- m H. ir. I'KOW, Stanford, Ky. Van-de- ll 1r hfr DRY GOODS! NOTIONS, .Fancy Boy! VTaS-- "' Af-4- ! Will raaks lli present M-at ataMe, rm tho old Dantill. pike, 4 mile from Lanraiter.at fJO. Dwcrlpllnn Fancy Hoy la mihoginy 7 yeara ni oldttjlae'prlne.ilfchanda "yand he by the Cahble hom.nod has prof en lilmaell lo Ik good breeder 1 will all-- ) aland n,hi li '- -' I'T IiHtram' J35 CLOTHING, BOOTS, Shoes Hats, TWO XM1 .FAKN. BEECIIErt,SyearollAugiiitJO. hamla ISM hlh, half brother to Trine. Will rr lJJ at insrej 9 to to Iniuraa colt lour montha Id. JIM mil-fhdark Iron ray Jack, nji haiida and will aerr at to Iniure a coll fjur montha old. All raarralrad.d before Ihe fact la ascertained the aeain. The progeny of alt tbo sboTo stock will be responillilo lor the seawn. et a 1 e 66c 7llc. com-pletr- -- J. W. Allen A Co aold to Col. J. W. Weatherford 7 head yearling cattle at $32; to J. O. McAlistcr G head do.at $23.50 and 107 good to Thoe. Wood cattle for $0,300. A little girl daughter of Florence waa struck by a horse Sunday and Yowell thrown under the wheel of the buggy lo which the animal waa attached. She waa extricated withoutserious damago. A strong force haa resumed work on the viaduct under the trestle on the Stan ford and Huatonville turnpike. It cannot bo pushed too rapidly, for the present railroad crossing ia by no meana'safe. Dr. Hrown la threatened with an attack of sickness. He has had a moat laborious and exhaustive experience during the winter. W. II. Smith I spending most of Ida time in Lancaster in consequence cf the illnes of his daughter, Mr. John Logan. Farmera he growing impatient in view of the continuous wet weather. Gar den products promise to be late this sen son, but probably no worse on that account. Peach bloom is very abundant in this locality; but thia ia about is near to fruitage aa we ever attain. We are all grieved to lone A. O. lt and his moat estimable wife from our community. During their brief sojourn with u they have won a host of friends. Mr. C. goes West and may probably find a home there; but he wishes it to be diitinct-l- y understood that nothing herein shall lie so construed as to prejudice his right to return should hi native State or hi own inclination point lo such conclusion. A I write Wednesday night the mmky heavens, rent by frequent flashes of lurid lightning, together with the deep diapason of the thunder, give warning of another whelming Hy the wsy, the cyclone of which you speak in Tuesday' issue wai attended with tremendous rain. Tho small streams were swollen suddenly to an unprecedented volume, and the damage to fencing waa greater than baa been sustained in many years. Poet sentimentalize over refreshing showers, but rain delivered in bulk ia a most prosaic fait. wedding .came off The Ward-GoWednesday and the parties took the train for Lexington. The knot was tied by W 11. Cloyd in good form. It is strange that one ho familiar aa is "Will with the theorr of marriage, should still practice cold and cheerless celibacy Not being skilled in the science of toilet, I will be excused for omitting the usual inventory of dry goods, millinery, Ac; but aa far as the wedding feast ia concerned, I feel fully competent to expre the most unequivocal approval. It Ia needles to particularize when it is understood that Mrs. O, J Crow wa prominent among the enchantresses who conjured up the spread. thiee-year-olChe-nauwater-spouod luttonnlle. s Trunks A Handsome & Valises, PHIL gen- " wjt.imimi.i:. SHERIDAN at I To which they take pleasure in cajling the attention of buyers erally. Wc have This One Norman 8II-llo- n will make the present reaaon ats II. Baughman' atable, I mile flora blin-fon- l, Stock of Dress Goods &c, and, in fact, a $15 to Insure Colt. a In Rhodames, Mervcilleux, Moire and Gros Grain Silks, Nun's Veiling, Henrietta Cloth, Bunting, Tamise Cloth, ABDALLAH MESSENGER! Tlilal rVimrilnawf ClsillUwa lit "Khinan'j im K' w"0.0 HVH1S(Ct al Nice Assortmeut of Dress Goods generally. iulj. 'a miles from $12.50 TO INSURE COLT. 1 -- - - . At aame place, will also aland Hamburg and Swiss Embroidery, India Trimmings, Everlasting Trimmings, Tucking, Laces, Ladies' Neckwear, Hosiery, Corsets, Fans, Parasols, &c. WHITE GOODS in endless variety, and a splendid assortment of LAWNS, GINGHAMS, &c. TWO GOOD JACKS. One at S10 and the other wivi iiiiiJuaaiiAni IIH)N. st t lo Insure a roll. A large stock of Carpets, Rugs, Oil Cloth, Matting and Wall Paper. Shoes The handsomest stock of Ladies' and Gents' fine custom-made CHiLIIPO! fetat-T-tHf- Boots and in the city. We also keep a full line of Eastern-mad- e Shoes, which wc oficr at low prices. In addition to our large stock of Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing vc keep a nice line of Cas- simeres, in pants and suit patterns, which wc are offering at low figures. A general line of Gents' Furnishing Goods. NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, Wc sell the which is one of the very best machines in use, Parties in need of a machine can save money by giving us a call. light-running L'TSaarallrt S Wt3M!rf The Una Imported Korman F talllon. will make the rr.son ofmJattbeaUMoofJ M Wray, st "rink CotUge," Hi miles Irom tiUnfarJ, AT 815 THE SEASON, A LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. Stanford Female College. Anr cno wlahlnz to bur Lumber fur boilo. fencing or any purpos ctn Bare money by getting tt of ui at our mill on the 11 umber farm, about two miles from Crib Orchard. STANFOItl. KY. With Champolaa dirk gray. 17 lianda high, welgha la 3 years old Ihe l"Jih or May next, llelaornneatyleand action, good, In the loina, well ribbed and largo bode, with anouldera; head and neck well set on. lie was Imported by (1 W. Stubblfleld A Co., of Blooming-io- n. l.CMiJOiiDdaand 111., I $25 TO INSUm? COLT! Ill MEIVIN A CO. a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL TIIK UUANCUES OF A September 14. 183i 1W-I- WIIAY A WAKEFIELD Thta Inatltutlon will open Ita Thirteenth BexaloD iuth'.M Monday In September next. ABDALLAH GLENCOE! My Combined 8tallloc,wll atand the present aeaaou st my atable,2 milea of HuatonTllle oo l"e W. T. GREEN, .STANrOKl,KY., Dealer In THOROUGHENGUSHCOUBSE Ar taught, aa well aa MUBIC. TH LANQUAOE8, DBAW-INAND rAINTINQ. 0aV AQ - Groceries, Hardware, TERMS MODERATE. QUEENSWARE, KW AIIVF.HTISKMK1TS. Turnpike Election. AloMltmof the atocthoMera ol the Knob Lick Turnpike ltoait will t held at Ihe offic of Hill A Aleoin. In Micford. on HATUHDA1, MAY Sth. 18S3. tor the election o! otUcsra lor the tmulng year. us- ntiMjMtMiu, Harness and Saddlery, cx-C- PIOWS IM-l-f rain-fall- poat-oflic- r J. ... WAOONN. STANFORD. KY. Money due when the colt l foaled. Trading Hie mare forfeits the Insurance and mates tho naaoo due. Lien retained on the colt till season Is laid. Id Tuition, price rang from 123 to 50 In In Abdallah Olencoela aUsuttful brown, of Doe FTlmarT. 123; Intermediate rnrular DeDartmenta. bone and muscle and U a natural raddle bone; bsa 130; I'reparatOJJ, SW, and Collegiate, 130. track In 2:4533 wllh trotted on a only two montha hanJIlng. lie has produced some ofthenneat horse In the Mtato and n larger per For full particular, a to Board, Ac. sdJroaa cent, of extra walkers than any horw I MRN. 8. V. TKUKIIKAKT. waa aired by Jo. Elmo, be by Alexander's Abdal Stanford. Lincoln Co.. Ky. lah, he by llamblitonlan; Jo. hliuu'i dam by Mambrlno Messenger; he by Mambfloo laymaa-le- r; be by Jo. Abdallah's lit dam by Willie Kire'gner; bo by Imp. (llenco; ?ddsm out of a thoroughbred. known aa tbe Double-hee- d and bus-tir- d mare: Willie I). 'a lit dam Starlight, by Cherokee; hla dam by Imp. Ulenco; turllghl'a 1st dam by Woodpecker. TO INHIIKF. &frKL.W $10 A COI.1, kL Z9ml f iluatoiiTllle and road Ub-it-y at frluolpnl, ken; GRAND PUBUO SALE f; e. Hustonville Nat. Bank. OrricKor MYERS HOTEL, E. H. BUHNSIDE, - E.GHTY HIJF HORSES. My Fine McElroy Jack Tacisuar Coui-tiolli- k DariKTuaiiT, WAamauTON, ovtiik Cuaaaacr, April 7, 1888. Jaa-per'- I, e WliKaats, Braallifactory evidence presented to the uoderslaned, It haa beeu mads to that the NsllouilUaok of Uustontllle, In lbs town of lluilonttlle. In tba county of Lincoln and hute ol Kentucky, baa couiilied with all the jiroTlalooa or the ItetUeJ btatute of Ihe United Ntatea required to t eoinplled with beforo an association ahall bo author! d to lomuieDce the businesaot banking, 1, Noar, therefore, John J. Knos, Cotniv. Holler of Ihe Currency, do certify tint the National lUuk of llustoDTllle, In the town of In tnt county of Lincoln and Mate of Kentucky, la authorla d to commence the bualneu of banklDK, a authorised In Hertlon 0,1 G9 ol Ihe UTlKd btatutei of Ihe United Stale. In tftltnnnr whereof, wllucee my hand and aval of olhce, thlaJIb day of April, 18SJ. 19, 1883, Propr Thursday, April srar This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Imputation, AMD same place on aame terns. 1 be undersigned will make a Joint public sale at Will stand at thebands high and the baapruiren himHelaabout t3)f Danville, on breeder. self to bo a urst-chrI refer you to the following gentlemen aa to the breeding of the ab it e atock; J J. Ilrye, J. K. Baughman, Wm. Dodd, I.. V Sharp, J 1'. Ultr-- , lluiiontliirt K, 11 Burualde, btanlord, Ky. I can lurnlsu piaturaire at reasonable ratea. Of about 89 head of Hera, embracing Hoaditera, M. IMMVKI.l , ltuitoiiTllle, IJVIOt aeutleiuena' llrlrera, Mddlera. Combined falra,d carefully.a-lecleand Marea. A well-brebtallioua and superior lot of alock. Apply to eithera. English for oftheuuderalgnnl, or Marra I L HKOTIIKHS A KUt., k Ill-t- d :' IlltUtK Abdallah Mosscngoi'! IIAKL.AN. Its Proprietor ii Determined that it Snail be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of TWO FINE JACKS. I am standing two flneJackast idt stable. Br miles North lied bay stallion; It bandi; loa'ed 187; bled by oftJUnrord,al Cbaa. Dunn, htanford, Ky aired by Mtncnger Chief, aire of tlaud Meseeuger, record, record. to Insure t.tSi; Marrel. lrlal,2.a,.,lui, 4 U; Abel Allal-layear-ol- d trial, J:25; lUnsC, 2.20 gait sis yesra old, MallleMcl)., gall st 2.20 gait st 1 yeara old, Maggie Stewart, 3 yeara old, sod other woiulilug one, lat daw Hu fsi by .'eiitlncl,2.2v',landlbelreof Von Arnlui, Annelts. 2 23S, T A .2 26, Youig Mlgnon, 2.27)( C. i 2il; Irsndlere, old. tired br I mn. Palermo. poul, S ii, (Irand tjentluel. 2 ."JJ, ! hauda. 4 lull (tb air ol Caldwell' line Jack) and out ot a Supe brother tu Volunteer, the tire of St. Jullea, 2.11)4; (lloater. Alley, :l!r, ldlii'. 2;ls)(; Drlrer, rior Mammoth Jennet. r.lVHi tinnier, 2.20t Amy, 2 W), and a lenr more In the 2.30 claaa. 2d dam Kilty Hirers, the ricord.ioO; dam of llerllelllrl, old record, 2.37, end the grandaiu ol Maud Me Is 16 hands. I yers old. sired by Win. Ilubbls's seuger, record, 2 214,, by Alexander'a grayjaek; asms dam MHurprlw. Will In permit- Abdallah. tba aire ollloldauillb Maid. 7:1 1: ltoui. ted la aerve a limited number of good mare. Aliuout, AbdalUh llnd,2 2i;4,Thorndal, Com and aee my Jacka and eolu (tire of the dam by llAl l'llot, lM-- t UKUKNHKKKY UK1U1IT. dam ofAc, Ac. 3d WIILe. 2.1, Jacket, graudam and the Kentucky tboiup. orrJotJo,2'l7S.audIledWittia,ilreull'blt 2l,) by Uuuct; by Hher. ton, man Morgan, the sire of eruiout lltatk Uswk tbe sire of Kihaii Allen and luaur oltiir trotura. lied to Black Jackrl'adaiu waa sired by Hawk. 4itidui an extra rual wire brought from n saddle Ihe North by W. 1. auce, of Mercer couxty, sud This bora will rMod tb bres-e- said to be of Meuenger blood, heuiluslsnd AUx aessou at my stabl st ander'a Abdullah ar bolh by Itradyk'a llimble-loulaIf tO. Uu Tim waa aired Ihegrsodtlreof Maud II., 2.it)W, and th Stonewall Jackaou; dam aireof Dexter, br Nellie, 2 1s; lira rig llltl, , llelMbasur; grandaut ojr 2.20; Uaselle, 2 21, Jay Could, tMK, sud Ml oilier rraox. Meueugrr Chief with reco d of 2S0 sod letter f.aK waatlied by AbJaiian r.ioi.aireoi ruiard,znti lVI W 2.M lit dam la lied ol to 'THREE JACKS 1 bcot.'s'Jbowaa,2 (leu.byUeo. II Thowaa, aire aire 2, Mambrlno MiaMUger, OILewlntkl, tayt 2d dauby Mauibrluo thlsf, Al aunt pUce, t will atand thru Jack. air oflAdy Thorn, 2.U)i; Woodlord Mambrlno, :.!,, Mambrlno l'alcbeu and others. Id dam by DE 3E3 ! Imp. Napoleon, kngllah Hunter, Ac. Abdallah 3XT Meuenger will make tbe aessou of 1SS3 at Cbaa. Ituab Brauch Tbe an Mrtnersblp Jack.w ill aer ro marra at $ I Ki ltunn'a,riulltlromblaiirord,eu A Lancaster pike 110 lor Jnmrt. tfiUtt Jack colt atand IO, and Vib st IN.! Jilkr, I wile Horn Mauloid Dsuillle plka.st 20 od miles Iroui Uuuiir A to Hlttrl; ilmrk Colts all Insured to wesulng tlms. If a ware la Iuaura a Maro lu 1'oal. Money due aa soon Marr that bar public traded or reuered baton foaling lime, th Inaur. a the fad ia ascertained. must be proiuptlr set record, of 2.30 or belter, or aucbsa bat produced sue Is forfeited sud tied. When grasalseumcleut I will keep wares a trotter wllh record. ol I.) or twtur,uay be bred lew weeks at SI.&I) sud Jeuustsst II per mouth; to tree ol charge. Addreet 11UKK, be paid when alock 1 laleo out. I'b colt held WII.Ii.HaIJaculu Co., Ky. Minlord, buuud for tbs seaaos, but my customtrs,wltli vsry y we promptly without the beu-l- it few exceptions, Mrcaiasuia Tatar a, by Mtaaengrr chief, dam of Ibst lieu. I'roiapt berwual atleutloa will be by Alcalde, litre of llylaa, 2 H, hnlgtua, 2:2; alien lo the scoommudstlou and lulerest of my pa. ksnvy Day, 2 W, Ac ,t will uak lb aeuou ol ISM v ,Muiw irons, but not liable lor uctdruls. BirUUUI XOS, , U(uilllV, W. t. a war In fol LKVI HUUHLK. I, lel, lSS-J- No. 2,917. Comptroller ol the Currency, IIMM a. Jl..l, their Gueiti. rU(Sfa irreei E tksderal caar. nperm arrommoaauoa lo toCoBsusrrlalTrarslers. The liar w III bs alwaja .applied with th choicest araadaorLltioraaad Cliara. will bscoatsied tuaad from jEfasTW' $8 in a Colt - SURPRISE e Kentucky's Kouto East M, Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line running ST. ASAPH HOTEL. STAJVI,OKI, - KY. Ilailni bad tola Hotel "W OKTDER. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS 2., A SOLIDTRAIN W. S. FRANCIS, raoM I.ouiHville, C'liitliuiHlluuit liiKtou KJ'm Connecting Ltx ON TUXES! sSSSp H. I I'KOr'KlirrOH, WASHINGTON CITY, lu aaiu depot wllh taat tralna lor - tofurnIsHc(l nnd Itollttcd Krom luuemcut to garrst, FIi-kM'Ih- r 3NT7e- -- buai-iie- The Direct Route toLynchbnrg, Dan ville, Norfolk, It In u Ntriclly sroiris.. I iHlend lo Keep Mtuiuer, And lost noltiluj uuJods that will add to tli COMFORT OF HY GUESTS. ottered O All Virginia and North Carolina Points. For tUkela and further Information, apply to your uearmt ticket olBco, or address Commercial Traveler Am SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Tw iatroula is, a I h emr couteultuce.iucb. aimCKUAMI'LUKOOMd, Ac , for their um. Baggage Transferred tills uisscalL to and from tbe Depot free of charge, W.N. FKANCIN. em ol JAMKN V. KHNNT, (Itnl. Wcslero Axeot, 310 W. Malaa HI,, LouIstIIU, Ky. V. W. NM1TII, II. W. 1'IIM.KH, Usti'l lWr Aj't. Ueu'l MtnuK.r, ItltuwonJ, Virginia. All ,.f.v l. X jSMi-Mccl.1- Inlcriorlfluriral "Who took tho money?" was tho question that con fronted me. Thero was no sign of a Sa?j.3ST3POieX). 3C"3T. burglary; no lock forced, windows and doors all tight No 0110 olso in tho, Friday Morning, Aptil 13, 1883 homo but Miss Smith and Mollio. Of courso I at onco examined tho girl. Sho iiErvnr.ic.isis.u (Tiiiikp. (wxrua- - talked freely, said sho always had a preTIOSS.) sentiment that tho money would bo stolen in fact, had a presentiment that tl MlOAKtT B. tunttT. night, but feared to tell tho old lady, for mar. g itt 'Squire Cecil, at hU fear of alarming her. I soon learned Mood will Ida aon an J heir J that Mollio had a koy that fitted tho Around Mm rpread hta rich utile, bedroom containing tho bureau ; henco Noar rre Mi nianalon (air. And when a neighlior tvHi no, my suspicions wcro strengthened that ttnlcirnrd, paated that war, Mollio had arisen iu tho night, cither turned, ami tn tbe lid Tbe fatlirr unlocked tho door with her owii koy or TIicm kindly word! did eay I t.iken tho ono in tho wardrobe, and, seThengneepoorMttigtnil Ab,tnjaon,, curing tho money, hid it, cither in or How thankful we ibuuld tn That oar republic irtwi a chance out of tho house, without awakening To felloaeiucliaahet" tho old lady. I finally told Mollio that Tman, I sliould havo to scorch hor and mnkc Mlee Hoggin blared In Jeweled light, a thorough examination of tho house, And iwcpl In allien tin en; "Well,' sho naively remarked, Mf Her courtier, thought a maid eo brlghP you do ilud any money aliout tho house, And bceutcuua ne'er we. wn. Aloft be bold her haughty Lent, it won't provo that I stole it, will it?' Burteyed tier Pari, clothe.; will bo 2riM facte evidenco,' I the said, I tnuit "And high-archpatrt-nlte,- 5 "That " Mil, Cecil, I HippuM. -- To tnett all kind., 70a kuow I " Tcnlnrr'a Monthly. " Sbe'i poor, the trachea, liai no itylel In Euroi, now liulohl In (Ills rt uU'Uj, a.'re compelled CJHCUMSTASTIA "Never condemn h VJtOOF. nl said.' " riocked her np in her bedroom oud began a thorough Search ; bandboxes pried into, bureau drawers pulled out, cupboards ransacked, and finally went through her own room. Under tho carpet, under her ted, I found, iu a "It n licrson on circum-stanticvidcuco ; it is unreliable, oven when tho circumstances sccin to fit into each other like n couple of said John T. Norria, who is an csiiuri-encc- d detective of Springfield, Ohio. " Oivo u the story Unclo John." " Not long ago thero resided in Franklin county a wealthy old maid, Miss Sabine, Smitlu l)y inhcritanco eho was tho possessor of a largo farm, on which was though comfortablo an dwelling-house- , Sho was reputed to bavo a good square bank account." "IIowoldisBho?" "Well, on tho shady sido of 70, but tho had a weakness liko all old maids ; cot for kittens, poodles or canaries, bnt children. Sho had raised several orphan girls, who aro now well settled in life. black-eye- d In 18C5 sho adopted a girl, bright as a button, named Mollio McCann, whoso father liad fallen in battlo fighting for his flag and country, while her mother, crazed mth grief, pined and faded away. Mollio soon learned to lovo her now mother, Mid from a prattling maid in short clothes and pinafores sho soon bloomed forth into a gushing school-gir- l, and at 18 was tho hello of every rustic gathering tho pretty Miss Mollio McCann, over whom tho boys raved and tho girls envied. To all her admirers sho turned a deaf car, and with a pretty toss of tho head and a merry twinkle 01 her roguish oye, uaito them off and not bother her. " Miss Smith was sensible ; know that Mollio would probably marry and havo a homo of her own somo day, so sho neither discouraged her fondness for society nor harped upon tho miseries of wedded lifo in tho maiden's car, but when sho csmo back from tho State Fair at Columbus in 1678, and told her adopted mother about tho yonng gen tlonmn she had met, his attentions and good qualities, Miss Smith was not pleased, nor did sho hesitate, to frown her displcosuro and advise her ward to turn a willing ear to tho many suitors of tho neighborhood instead o! seeking in fields that which was nearer f far-of- compact wad, twelve 8100 bills. Now tho total amount known to bo missing was only $1,015. Where had tho $155 como from ? Whcro had tho gold coin gone to ? Was tho tho bureau-drawe- r paying interest on its deposits ? "NowI'vo got you, Mollio,' I said, as I confronted her. " Mollio fainted. "A bottle of camphor and a littlo cold water brought her spoedily to, yet sho sturdily proclaimed her innocence did not tako Miss Smith s money; nor I did not,' sho convulsively exclaimed between her sobs. " Miss Smith would not allow mo to tako her to jail, whoro I reasoned confinement would soon compel her to con- '"I fess. homo. ."But Mollio was liko manv another struck on a traveliug man, and she car ried on a secret correspondence with him through a lady friend for a long time, until at last they were engaged. " Miss Smith mid Mollio wcro the solo occupants of tho house. Tho bedrooms were four in number, two of which were used as sparo rooms, ono occupied by Miss bmith and containing two beds, Mollio occupying one, Miss Smith tho other. Tho fourth bedroom was called Mollio', but was only used by her when a lady friend was visiting her. In ono of theso sparo bedrooms was an old' fashioned bureau aud book-cas- e com' binod, tho top drawer of which could bo converted into a desk. Tho back part of this drawer wai tilted up with small drawers. Olio of theso small drawers had from time immemorial been iucd as money drawer. Iu tho summer of 187!) the sum of 353 was mixsi d from tho drawer ; iu tho summer of 1B80 $'4,00 mjhteriouily to&'lher with n quantity ot gold coins which had bten in tho family for over a century. On tho iiOth day of May, 1881, MUs Smith loaned to n neighbor $500, giving him her check mid ho signing u uoto in her favor. Sickness prevuuted his present iug the. check ut tho bank of Columbus, and learning that Miss Smith was going to that city on tlio 30th, ho requested her to gut it cashed. Sho did so, and returned with Mollio about dark on that day, hnving tho money all in 8100 bills. "The house was all securely looked dowu stair, aud Miss Smith deposited tho 8500 in tho secretary drawer, clewed tho drawer, looking it und placing the key iu tho bureau drawer beneath. She then locked tho room containing the bureau, und placed tho koy under some quilts that lay in u wunlrolio iu her room. Ueforo retiring sho locked her bedroom door, aud sho and Mollio retired for tho night iu Bcparato ImhU in the Bauio room. Tho next morning, April 1, the neighbor who had borrowed tho money, having it long journey to perforin, during which ho expected to uiiiko a payment on some laud purchased, called as early as 5 o'clock, Miss Smith and Mollis hud arisen. "Awakening, Mrs. Smith took her koy from tho wardrobe, unlocked tho bedroom, then taking tho bureau drawer of the becretary, ojoncd this to find tho money gone. Shu went down stairs; every thing was locked and bolted a sho Imil lull it tho ululit before. 11 bo-fo- work, however, was but par tially done, for tho gold coins had not turned up. determined that thoso coins must bo iu tho house, and resolved upon a thorough search from cellar to garret. Tho cellar disclosed nothing, and at last I stumbled upon a small stairway leading to tho garret, tho door to which was a common trap door, and was securely fastened by a padlock, to which wai attached three- links of a chain. "Givomotho key,' I said to Miss Srjith, 'to that trap door up in the nttic " Oh, no uso of looking there; tho keys havo been lost over fivo years, and no ono has ever been up thero silica.1 Thero were cobwebs on tho door, bat I noticed that over the crack at tho door's edge they appeared to have been broken away, caused by tho door having been recently opened. With an ax I speedily got tho door open, and saw largo footprints in tho dust. By tho aid ot a lamp I followed tho courso of the tracks ovci tho boards which lay across tho shaky rafters to the furthest part of the garret, where, over an old cross-beahung b saddle-bagpair of Tho dust on tho bags had been recently dis turbed. In one of tho pockets I found tho five $100 bills which had disappeared on tho night of tho 30th of May, the $355 that was missed in tho summer of 1879, tho 8200 that was lost in 18S0, and, better than all, tho raro old gold coins upon which Miss Smith set tuch store as nn heirloom. I had found the money, but I had found $1,200 too much. The mystery deepened. I resolved upon on? thing, and that was that Mollio must know something about tho money tin. was hid under tho carpet beneath ho bed. I talked kindly to her, told ho that Miss Smith's money hod been found, and urged hor to tell me how tho 1,200 camo under tho curpet of her bed. "You will not believo mo if I tell yon, but if Miss Smith will go out I will explain. I put tho money there; it was my lover's. Ho had saved it out of his wages and given it to mo to keep. I de stroyed his letter for fear my aunt would find it out. There's tho story.' " ' But how did tho old lady's money get into tho garret ? "Sho carried it thero herself. Sho was a somnambulist and walked in her sleep.' " lTow did you provo it, Mr. Norris? Did tho old lady let you o tcupy tho bedroom and catch her ?' " Oh, no I I got tho old lady to tako off her shoos and stockings nn. place her No. C foot down ou a sheet ot white paper. With a lead pencil I marked out her foot on that sheet of pajier. With a pair of scissors I carefully cut tho exact shaiio of tho old lady's foot, which fitted exactly in tho tracks iu tho dust ou tho arret boards. Beside that, Mollio's !oot was much smaller, sho only woariug No. 2 shoo, which would not fit tho track, I also on careful examination found traces of cobwebs iu tho frill of while Mollio tho old lady's night-caword no night-ca- p. So you sco I proved It by both ends the old lady's head and by her feet. I explained it all to tho Did lady ; sho paid mo ic monoy, and I now predict an early wedding at tho Smith mansion, with Mollio McCann as tho bride." Cincinnati "My "I oven and ten millions of trees wcro planted in that Stalo during Iho year 1877, of which mora than half a million wcro planted iu a slnglo day, " Arlwr D.iy," as P is called, or day, tho first Tuoiday of My haviug lecn fixed upon as Iho day, and every owner of land imitcd todovoto tho day csjicoially (o tho planting of trees. Similar efforts havo been mndo in other States which aro similarly dituated iu reioct to a supply of forest. Tho great railway companies, whoxo roads stretch screws tho treeless pniirios, havo become iu somo instances largo planters of trees, feeling tho need of them both as screens from tho fierce storms that sweep down from tho llocky mountains, and as a source of supply for tho ties which aro constantly needing renewal. manuals arc published and distributed freely, with a view to aid thoso who would plant, giving them tho cxcricnco already obtained in regard to tho most profilablo trees to plant and tho liest methods ot planting. Thus in somo places thero is already qtiito a movement in tho right direction. In tho reports of planting tho figures uiako an imposing aggregate. Hut n lileral discount needs to bo mndo for tho probablo failuro of a largo percentage ot tho trees planted. And even with tho most generous estimate In regard to tho work of planting, what is accomplished as yet is but a fraction of what needs io bo dono. It is but the fecblo beginning of n vast work. Tho talk is of millions of trees planted. This sounds well. But a good many trees can stand upon nn acre, and tho latest estimates put tho annual decrcaso of our forest area at 7,000,000 acres. So that Minnesota, with all her ardor in this work, ha' only planted ono troo for An area overy aero of trees destroyed. equal to that of the Stato ot Maryland is every year swept clean of its t."ees. This is a largo section to bo taken yearly out of our forest resources. With all that wo aro yet doing iu tho way of trco planting, tho balance is largely against us. 'With all tho interest and energy manifested by tho young West on this subject, stimulated by her most pressing need, wo aro only planting ono aero aro laid baro by tho ax whilo thirty-fivand by fire. Aud wo must consider also that tho work of destruction goes on at on increasing rate from year to year as our population and our industries increase, and that tho trees which aro felled uro tho product, ou tho averago, of more than a century's growth, whilo those wo plant must grow during n century before they can fill their place. g Tree-plant- ers' o Here, then, wo havo two rcrnarkablo consequences of tho tides which aro Inseparably connected. Itcmomber, also, that wo aro not enunciating any mere speculative" doctrine. These results are tho inovitablo of the tide. If tho earth had no seas or occam, no lakes or rivers, if it wcro an absolute rigid solid thoughout its entire mass then those changes would not tako place. Tho length of tho day would nover alter, and tho distanco ol tho moon would only llucttinto Wtwrcn As thousands of years narrow limits. roll on, tho length of tho day increases, iwcoiid by second, aud tho distanco of tho moon increases, milo by mile, Theso changes aro nover reversed. It is tho old story of tho perpetual dropping. As tho perpetual dropping wears away tho stono so tho perpetual action of tho tides has sculptured out tho c.irlh to tho moon, and jitill tiio action of tho titles is longer than yescontinuo". terday ; yesterday was longer than tho day before. A million years ago the day probably contained some minutes less than our present day of twenty-fou- r hours. Our prospect t!cs not halt here. We at onco project our iow back to an incredibly remote eoch, which was a crisis in the history of our system. Let mo say nt onco that there is great iilut the date of that crisis. It must liav.' been about 50,000,000 years ago. It uvy have Iteen very much earlier. This crisis was the interesting occasion when tho moon wits licrii. I wish I could chronicle the event with perfect accuracy, but I cannot Ixt sliro of anything except that it was more conso-qucneTo-da- TO THE PUBLIC We will lew y rprelal allenllonlo- - CHIIIICH MrUnORT. STRENGTH to vigorously push a business, strength to study a profession, strength to rcgulalo a household, strength to do a day's labor without physical patn. All this repre- II. 0. Mortlton, MKTIIOl)tltT,SOUTII.-It- ar. flanday morning and night eaeepl tbe third. Vrayer Meeting enry C3UINlINC3.tH' Thurliyt BlfhU Sunday School at SOU A. M. Motrlwn, Superintendent. ReT II. J- - M. lUcc7Fitor. AITIST.-jltaT- Wo rromlo to aire Mtlifartlen, and whrn dm red Sertlcea will nil Talent Flnnr fir wheat. Can make on Second snd loutth Sundayi, morning and or nnbnllrd meal Meeting arery Wedniwlay after either InilM night. Prayer noon, pumuy llo-- l MrAI.IHri'.lt A NAI.I.tX. 9uwr1ntendent pcbuoi v v a. . . n, narrow IIHIKTIAN - Wonhlp by the conajegatForTeT-cr- y lnrd'a diy Preaehlnghy Dr. J. W. ttot onHerondand Fourth tard'a day.. Fundiy School 1J Joe. Setrranc, Superintendent. a". SOUTH. Iter. I. n MrF.i-- I liUMIIYTl.KIAN, eoy p,,nf Sunday School at M0. John W. fuinl. HuKMnnridrnt, Union Trayrr Heeling on Wed needee nlghti. srCUHTOJt C' 1 sents what Is wanted, In tho often heard expression, " Oh I I wish I had the strength!" If you aro broken down, havo not energy, or feel as If life was hardly worth living, you can bo relieved and restored to robust health and strength by taking BROWN'S IRON BITTERS, which Is a true tonic- - a medicine universally recommended for all wasting diseases. LOUISVILLE -- &NASNyiLtER.R.,f nw- . I r"r - THE GREAT Through Trunk Lino An .7iiTh. "i.lir t ti. kltnii in I ll llllOlli:,: A MelMKIM, ( MARit WAIN- .' li.t..ll. Thutidiofgti?ce annually rut bed ef their l lima, litre prolonged, bapplif Mind health by iim of the great are i l.niM Tyrim oau. ROBBED nil jai N. Frement St., Ibtilmora During the war I was in- Without Change and wllh Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST m. AN0 U jured inlheitomatliliY apiece of a shell, and have luflcrol yearsaco it brought en paralr its, w Inch kr4 me in W u from it ocr since. Aliout four QUICKEST .T1IS ROUTE loll ill'BT SOUTH & WEST tt PULLMAN CARS Wlthbtlt Little llora. M nlgumirj AllaitU. ytftbiuli. .. . .acfttoi.!..., jion nj jtw untftDf. chlDaT Wbli h poHilt ly ami iiermanently rurea f kind.) by that follow a end all dlira-e- e of energy, knot Aimw, a. Io memory, ueiteiaal laMliude, in In the back, UliiinmeufrUlon, prematura old age, and many re other dlaeaari that lead Io ciniiiiuitlun and a for drrnlan wlib grate free by mill. Tho I A ViUOIIA TUIt l aoid at II vr Ixi.erila luira br IS, by all by mall, dr.iMitl. or will lat aent fieeaddrrolng recurely etlcl, on melpiil prlte. by GERMAN IN VIQ0RAT0R! jlrlfciir., leinl. 111 Sole agent than j8.0iKl.iQ0. months, and the best doctors in the city said 1 could nut lite. I sulfcrcd fearfully from htdigeition, and for ocr tw o years couM not cat solid food and for a large poitiou of tlie time was unable to retain c en 1 turd liquid nourishment. lirown'i Iron llittcrsand now after taking two bottles 1 am able to i;ct up ami gu around and am raiuly iinproing. (J. DUKIK. kr the AiIim. ltrret,Teleilistlblo, Il-ly- r Ulillrd Stale.. r. i. iik.ni.y, ...... .. . ..... "HIONOIV IKOIITE. Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Railway. TIIK BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In falare Cara Without Chang. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Vroai Loulnlll.ln ralaceUarawlthostchange Seeking home! on the line ol ihia load will receive apcclal low ratea Be Ar-o- tr ol IbU mi nr for ritef, ronlet Ac. or wide C. I' AlfcOKt. G. P. & T. A. t' LnulstlllA. K. EMIPDAMTO IO tmlunHll .VM' 1.1 NI". lll'.NNINll I'lttcrnyriox It Dll'llTlir.UI.I, of scaiilkt rurt:n, KTC, BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Is lMilliniui LOUISVILLE raliuu; TO Curs! AMI SOLID TIIAINS Jfarpcr'a Magazine. Cavsb of run COOLXKSS ItETirEKtt i Arm ASD joz.VATo.v. s. As too often tho case, it may bo traced directly to tho ladies of their respective households. Qen. Johnston's wife was Miss Lillie McLnno, of Baltimore, a lady of great beauty and commanding presence, and in her veins coursed tho very bluest blood of old Maryland, whilo her husband belonged to ono ot Virginia's best old families. Thoy wcro young and rich. IIo was Quartermaster General of tho United States, and they wero very naturally tho toast in Washington. On tho other hand, Mr. Davis had married a second time (his first wifo being a daughter of Gen. Taylor); this timo his wifo being Miss Yarina Ilowell, of Natchez, Miss. Thoy wero married in that city. She was a brunette, with dark, flno eyes, was very Spanish-lookinand sho was enormously rich, being the daughter of a merchant of that city; but social history says nothing of her pedigree. Sho was tho wife of a United States Senator, an of War. These ladies were rival leaders of fashionMrs. Johnston with all tho prido of birth, etc., Mrs. Davis with monoy and Mr. Davis as a husband Tho caldron fumed iu Washington, and tho bitterness was rcnowed when thoy appeared in Richmond. Sho was then tho wifo of the President, and Mis. Johnston's husband was a Lieutenant General ; and right hero it is reported that Mrs. President Davis undertook to ignoro Mrs. Gen. Johnston. This, of course, was not to bo quietly boruo. Gen. Johnston was winning fame every day. Finally, so tho gossips have it, Mr. Davis es poused tho cause of his wifo, and henceforth Gen. Johnston was impeded nt overy point of his brilliant career. Many pcrsous believe that had it not been for Mrs. Davis' jealousy ot Mrs. Johnston, no unpleasantness would now exist between tho gcntlemon. JIIHTIl of ruu MOOS. At present, no doubt, tho effect of the tides in chaugiug the length of the day is very small, writes Prof. Ball iu Nature, A day uuw is uot uppareutly longer than a day a hundred years ago. Even in a thousand years tho change in tho length of tho day is only tho fraction of a second. Bnt tho importance of the chaugo arises from tho fact that the change, slow though it is, lies always iu ono direction. Tho day is continually increasing. In millions of yours tho accumulated effect becomes not only up prcciablo but even of startling inagni. tude. Tho cluuigo iu the length of tho day must involve n corresponding change in tho motion of the moon. This is by no means obvious. It depeuds upon an elaborate mathematical theorem. I can-nattempt to provo this for you, but think I can state tho result so that it can bo understood without tho proof. If tho moon acts ou tho earth and retards tho rotation of tho earth, so, conversely, docs the earth react upou tho moon. The earth is tormented by the moon, so it strives to drive away its crsccutor. At present tho moon rovolves around the earth at a distanco of about 210,000 miles. Tho reaction of the earth tends to increase that distance and to force tho moon to revolve in an orbit which is continually getting larger aud larger. A A Alt ATTKMtV TO UKl'AIU TIIK ItVIX Or A3IKMCAN FOUKMS. The very necessities of their situation havo aroused tho iicoplo of somo of our Western States to action. In Kansas, Nebraska and other States liberal havo been offered for tho encouragement o't and already in many portions of tho prairie region a pcrccptiblo change has taken place, and the cyo no longer wanders over groat spaces without sight of shrub or tree. Minnesota has her Forestry Association, and its Secretary reports that between pro-uilui- should lw well kuown to all that in contagious diseases every breath, drop of perspiration, or of pus or mucus; every crust, scab, scale, oven scurf of skin and dandruff ot tho hair, besido all tho discharges from tho kidneys rind bowols, aro loadod with infection. Disinfectants should not only lie kept in tho but tho person and bed and should bo saturated with them. In scarlet fever and measles, simple iuuuction with lard or vasclino or somo other greasy substance will do much to keep down tho contagion, but weakly carbolircd fat of somo kind will do more, and this should bo applied all over tho body, including especially tho head and hair. In thin way tho scales of scarlet fever, tho emits of small-por- , varioloid aud chicken-poand tho scurf ot measles aro rendered innoxious, whilo tho bod and of tho patient aro kept constantly disinfected. Disinfectants should be s kept in and every utensil used in tho But it is especially during convalescence that tho greatest precautions aro required. Thorough washing of tho whole persons of the sick aud their nurses with carbolic soap, including especially tho hair, should bo thoroughly carried out several times before tho patient or nurse is allowed to see other people or visit any othor house, school, church, theater or any placo of public resort. Every crust varioloid or chickor scab of small-pox- , en pox should bo carefully gathered and burned, with tho addition of sulphur. Thero aro other good and mora pleasant disenfectants, which overy good physician will know how to advise, and which every intelligent and conscientious person should bo anxious to carry out. Tho expectorations of diphtheria, scarlet fever, measles and whooping-cougshould bo received in vessels, be thoy or slojvjars, cups or bowls or spit-cuor other receptacles in which disinfectants aro constantly kept. With these and a few other simplo precautions almost every caso of contagious disease can bo limited to tho person first attacked; tho cases will be rendered milder; tho enforced cleanliness will benefit everybody ; the means are generally very cheap, and tho details are not very troublesome THIS Vt.KAN MtWal'At'KU. Thero is a growing feeling iu every healthy community ugainst tho jouruaU which make it their special object to minister to perverted tasto by seeking out, and serving in a seductive form, disgusting scandals and licentious revelations. There is good reason io K'liovo that tho clean newspaper is more highly y prized thai! it wan four or fire years ago. It is also safo to predict that, as people in all ranks of life, who wish to protect their own at least from contamination, becorao more conscious of the pernicious influence of a certain class of journals, called " enterprir iug," liecauso they nre ambitious to servo up dirty scandals, they will be careful to sco that the journals thoy permit to lie read in tho family circlo aro of tho class that nover forget the proprieties of life. Already men and womon of refinement aud healthy morals have had their attention called to the pernicious of bad literature, and have mado commendable efl'urU to counteract tho same by causing sound literature to Ik published and sold at popular prices, Theso efforts aro working a silent but Tho best authors are euro revolution. than at any more generally rood previous timo. Tho sickly, seutimcutal story paper, and wild ranger and pirate story book are slowly yielding tho field To the praise of to worthier claimants. tho decent nowspaper it may bo said, that where it has a place in tho family, and has beeu read for yeurs by young and old, it has developed such a healthy toiio and such a discriminating taste that tho literature of tho slums has no admirers. Fortuuately, the number of such families is iucreaiiug in the laud, and, as they increase, the journal that devotes itself to sickening revelations ot immorality will be compelled to flud its supporters solely among those classes that practice vice or crime, or are ambitious to loom to follow such wuvs sick-roobody-clothx body-clothspit-cup- s, slop-punsick-rooh y a complete and sure remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Weakness and all diseases requiring a true, reliable, tonic. It enriches tho blood, gives new life to the muscles and tone to the nerves. L H: A. r rai TIIK MOST KDfll'.AULU IIODTC CHICAGO! T- O- CINCINNATI! And decidedly the Popular Iloute, affording, aa It does, leaa changes and auperlor accorutnodatloni to HrMUl. Norn K -- Paergen Irom the Knox-tl'- le HrmchofU A N It, II. arrlte In lolitllle In time to take the etenlng train of the "Mooun llout." atnl go through to (Jrifnrnllr. t'rnnforthvlllc, Ijifajctte nml t'lilr.igo nltlioul rliaiiRr. -- TIMHTAIILK.- Miisouri, Iowa, Kamai, Texai, conte mplate a trip In any dlret lion, your Intereat win no ueeierrtru uy purrnumg your uracil tie K. C. and Cincinnati. ITralai each way 2, Pull man Palace tan; Urgent New Day Coacbre, and handaomely furnlihed Itecllnlng Chair Can lorni the uneiualed fjulpnienli of thli Old lleltible, thereby making a trip oter thla line one ol luiu-rlo- ui comfort and plrajure. Try It. OTAIIO.NS. Dally. 7 40 p I 01 a 7 OS a 1 DalTy. Lte. lAHlitltlx. Atr. tlreencatlle. . " Crawforditille " Ufayelte . Chicago . TIME TA1ILK. IN EH HOT DtX. II, WO. Neither tru hating the time Io attend to tht collecting and aettling up or our old firm tutloew, wa bare aecurrtl lha aerflcea or Mr. I. Peyton to No. I. I No.C. Mo. 1. South. attend 11. iu tie it amnorirnl Uf ui io collect ana receipt fur alt account! due na. Lto. Cotlngton .. S 00 am 2 SO p ml S 04 pin tr 4 10 p nil IS pin " Falmouth. .. J. II. HrAMVrKK, Stanford, Mir. 9. Cynthlana .. to 60 a ui & W p ml 10 W pin II. V. HKIU1IT. II SO a ro ft 4.1 ml00pui Paria. Arr. Lralngtun.. II IS p m ( St p u II w pra Lte. Lexington . 128pm 7 39 p mil 3S put Arr. Wlncneater 1 II D S 10 p in 11 10 au no p m I'i t am 3 01 p lu ML sterling STAN IO III). KY. 7 21 pv " Alhland.. " Huntington. S 03 p in Um "W. P. "WALTON, - - Propriotor. No. ft. No. I. No. I. Moatu. notice: i iTWiwilMiiH in m 1 01 pm nil S 04 pro s IS a ml 4 II pm IKin route, with only one i hinge of rar,toall lnl. In W lronilo, MlnnewiU. Iowa, Nebrnka, Ac Par lurlhrr lulormitlon. addre MlltltAY KKLLtlt.(l. P. A., Themoaldlrect I tf IHiu HALL'S"" nHaa.gMWEgn...VHViBngg...V OPERA HOUSE, lATARRH 13 jJURE nla 8I 4 43 p m 10 l a In Arr. Cotlngton II S a m Ily the peculiarly worded adtertlMinrntiof rlral MAYSVILLK DIVISION routea, which are liable to drrelra tho puLllc. The Bhorteit and Qulcknt ICouta from Cincin- No. sLr.l'SlngtouSpm. Arr. Maya tllleS 10pm i)KL?,ll!IEEHAL CURE FOR CATARRH No. 10 " Matitllbiguilam. ' Uxlngton Mam nati Vet la the Tun siAitif.irr.ij No. II " Parli Mayitille a ttam No. l " MajritllielI4itpm " LealnftonSUpm And wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars tor any Gneoof Cattrrh It will not tJure; OHIO & MISSISSIPPI W. No. S rum dally, ihd haa day roachu from CinMlLLCLKi: ANV CANIL cinnati to Uathlogton, Pullman Hleepento KanaUClcw of Ottvabt It Cu'l wha Falla, W.Va. amt llrellnlrg Chair tar to UxCntcaoo, III . Juce 4, ItWO, I lngton. Stow only at itatlont on K. C. 1L U. Ur.tr: F J. f ktntint flu, IWerfo. CI. 10 Hours where lime li gl ten. No. 1 rum dally, except I Ul plea-iurIn Informing rod litHUt men feundiy. haa through co.chr.to Hun Ington. No. tluit 1 ham Hard Hall a CoUrth Curr. It luu ! 4 rum dally, except Sunday, hai through toaehe. cural mo I rra-- i very bad-a- mi don't Leila! e to to Ml. htcrllog end rlorrar toMatitnle. No. S My "hat It will cure any caanot Catarrh If tahca runi dally, hai elcgiutdiy coach from Waaltlng-lon- . iwixttj. lourairuir, llouti abead ot all other line. Pullman Sleeper from Kamwba Kalla and J. ll TCgirrttRrokD. Cincinnati. 1VOHTII SIO A IIOTTLU. Pally Tialni, with no change of carl for any parlor ran from Uxlog Son Io dally, except Onlyy, Hun-dathree ilo. No.. I and tun K Mcaur. Jackacu, Mich., wrltra llata lia.1 clastolpaaarDgera. S and hate through otlic. from Huntington Haifa Catarrh Curo cured Dally Tralna to LouUrllle, wllh Frca Parlor aud Mt. Sterling. Direct connection at Lcxlntton CaUrrlilor'javrar. Onnaidcrllworthf laoOatiottlr. Can. with iltt't for KlthuionJ.Ky., Lawrrnceburg.Ky., m. 1 by all DruegMa at la rt per liottliv C and Veraalllra, Ky, Dally Tralna to Etanullle, 4 noun In adManiifArturr.1 ami enhlbr K J. (11LNLY & CO. C. L. UROWN. vance or all other routea, with on Iraa cnaogt (I. W. HKN DEIt. I aiiPrvniclora, TULKDO, OHIO. or can. Ucn'l Pwa. A Tkt. Agt. burlntcndent. Dally Tralna to Cairo, 7 houn qulcaer than For aale In Stanford by lnny A McAlliler. tleneral oSlcea, Cotlngton, Kt, any other line, and no change of can. Dally Tralna to Mew Orlrana, No change or ws can iroui uncinnati. -K0"1"0 12 Hours QUICKER """ Cblr Don't Be Led Astray! orsiage. 50W. Elcbt coranlete acta ol Been-t- tj Lto. Huntington 7 IS a ro Aihlan- dSeating capacity, Includlog gallery, too. " Ml. Sterling MUitu lteaaonabl ratea to good attraction,, Addreaa Wlneheitcr ... IJ 1! p lu aa abora. Arr. Lexington ... I IS p m Lte. Lexington.... 1 lu p m Parla. 300pm ... -. tutu .. S S 7 7 S IlSCOUaEHDEP DY MtYglCIAKC. " " CynthlanaKalmouth .... S&Spm tllpm lltiu am 10 a m . bo a m . m a IS pin IS M pin 15 a u SO Cattty-Chroana Cx.arrh Uloerntltot Cntnrrh of tho Cnr, Cyo or Throat. It !e taken IMTaHMALLY, nnd acts OIRCOTLV upon tho Blood and Mucous Ourf.tcos of the Sjitem. It 4. 'J am M tho lioet Olood Purlfior In tho HIS pm VVOnLO, and la worth ALL that Is Selpm charaod for It, for THAT nlono, ouxuuu of tho Nasal airra I Itlin. twis IT Cincinnati to St. Louis i Jt 2 2 3 THE- than by other II nee. The O. f JT. the only tine with i Dally Tralna front Cincinnati lorit. Loult, waking direct connectlona In the Union Depot (at St. Loublwith hilaaourl racldc Hallway, St. Loult, Iron Mountain Southern Hallway) Chicago At Alton lull, road; Chicago, Hurllngtou A (utuey Kallroad, Keokuk A St. Loula lUllroad; Wabaih, St. Louie A Pacific Uallruad; Mlawurl, Kanaai.V Tciaa lull way; St. Uuli A Kan FrancUco lUllwey. Ifoneoc Pitu rxdllSdS bliy Two Houn Vnt Time on the can, and leu change ot can INTERIOR JOURNAL Impress This Upon Your Memory. Tba O. Jb .V. U the only Una by which you can get through can front Cincinnati to HI. LuuU without paying extra lira In addition to money paid fur ticket. For ticket!, ratea, or anr lnloimation,call on Ticket Agent! orronncctlng llnea. -I- N fl'lraaacallat 1M Walnut it, 48 Weft Fourth it.. Grand Pinnlnnn'ii'l (or Depot foot of Mill alreet.Hotel, b I II Ul II II dll W. II, SIIATTUC, W.W.rEAIlODV, (Jen'l l'a aaeuger Agt Uen'l Superintendent, Cincinnati. aaJaflal aTTA 1 " "r "V f iWtl lWl all Afflicted, Attention DR. GANN'S REMEDIES FOB THE MILLION. MANUFACTURED 11Y I W. K. OANN, M. P.. MONTICEI.LO. KY. The world la filled with the wonderful, beautiful and Intricate Intention, ol man. ret all the combined Ulent and genlua that tbe world has ever known baa nerer produced anything that ran compare with "Dr. (lann'a ltrinrdiee." Medical tailed to dlicoTcr kllf and science bate, a any thing equal to them, fir the cure of tbe for which they are recoiatneudad, Aa their rlrluee and uari (re prilled br thouaindi through out tbe length and breadth ol tbe land, andaa oiaouaru rauiur ueuiciuei, tuey cauuoi ue excelled, and are fullr autaUutlated br tbe itroog- eat teatlinonlala. ror Cougha, Coldi, Croup, llronchltis, Coniuup- lion ana ail uiaeucu ol tne mroai ana Lungi, jt, JOB P3EIIMTIIMG OFFICE to do all kinds of Printing in tbo Host Is Proparod of Stylo and at City FJguros. Try us. SJ?3Ii&.lS- - Vho Dr. Ghuh'h Cough (tyi-up- . For Liter Couplalnt,DyipcMla, IndIgeitlon.Jaun- uice, uraiupauou, oour otoiuaiu anu an diiioui Dlwaaei, EDWARD WILDER'S Never falls It cutu Feter aud Ague, lniermitl.nl Feter, Dumb Ague, Dyipepilt, Liter Complaint, ladigeition, Colie and Flux. It will Curo Coilitinen. It It a asla All.rillte and Tonic a mild and Delightful Intigorint (or Delictte Women, a powerful rectipe-rualter tbe Irutuo bus been dcbllltatcil and rcilucid by alcltucaa, an tiixllcut appcllur, gives touo to tho dim tilt nrgaim, prevents Milirli, bran up tho lyttcm, strctigtitoos tbo portal circulation aud clears the uliolo aulinal economy (rota tbo seeds o( dUeaec. Tbosrlgbtoit attack ol (over may bo a prvludo to tbo wont, and tbo remedy that would conquer It wbllit It Is yot in IU commencement, may to ol no value when It U at Its full development. Particularly li this tho caw wltb iertnns around whom tbo pdUfuroui intlucneo ol Milarls clliigs In tbe(oimo( Dumb Chilli, Brow Ague, Painful Spina, aadWetk Stomach, For tbo Curo of all Iho above Dlacaaoa lull preparation iUnd uiirlralcil, anil Its good and penoauent ctTeeU aro stunted by tbouaands, and It U recommended alike by tho ablcit medical men and the miuUlry. THY IT, all you that are aulletod, and bo rumlucod o IU wondetful lncr and beneficial eSbcts. Use Dr. tiaiiu'M jLlver Cure. I,liiiuicnt. Flilul For Itheuniitliui, Neuralgia, Spralni, llrulaea and owtiilogi-a- u external application wr man or beail Use Dr. Ghuu'm for Filea, .lunar Hemorrhoid!, llurna, uiacaaea, and all Umo Dr. Ghhu'm l'lle OhiiuiriHt. Dr. Ghui.'m Hllter-Swe- ct For Freah Cuts, Ouroi, Ulcen and Old Sorca, Vho OlaateaaCIIt. UHoDr.GHUu'HNtetHHch ItllfcrM A Reliable Tonic, Appetlter and Blood Purifier, ana aiso cure jouigeauoD, a.irer (Xiuiplalot, Malarial and all periodical Dlaeaiee. Manufactured and tut sale by Jjpria, lettn Sola nroDrlelor. afontlcello. Kt. by mail w ill receive i ouipt attention. w. ic. d., aaTAU orden 3vr. oS-- STOMACH BITTERS I li'or Hulo In Htunlorcl liy l'otiny ,t sruAllutur.