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Pennsylvania has a very peculiar from an ethical point of viow has just been "tempcranco law." Grogshop keepers decided, involving the morality of tho aro properly prohibited from selling to telephono whether ono using its fa- minors; but an act passed two years cilities is entitled to prostituto them ago makes it a miidcmeanor, punisha-bl- o to tho furtherance of profanity; in by flno and imprisonment, for any other words, Is a mau entitled toswear minor to represent himself to bo of by telephone, and will tho courts pro ago for tho purposo of getting intoxitcct him in tho uso of tho telopbono cating drinks. At first sight this profur that purposo? A caso involving vision seems to bo unobjectionable if this itJtio camo up recently in an not commendable. But as a matter o Ohio town, whero a party who used of fact it has proved an iniquitous which may bo and has boen usod the telephono was addicted to tho uio of profano expressions in his commu- by liquor sellers to escape tho penal ties prescribed against themselves. nications. Ho wai repeatedly requested tocenso When charged by tho parent or guar his profanity, but refused. Then the dian with selling liquor to a minor company attempted to tako tho instru tho seller finds it easy to threaten the ment away, and suit was brought to minor with prosecution under the act prevent them from doing so. The of 1881 for lying about his age; and company hnd a rule prohibiting tho this blackmailing scheme may bo uso of "improper or vulgar languago" practiced oven when the only violator in telephonic communications; nnd of tho liquor law is tho saloon keeper under this regulation they rested their himself. right to rcmovo tho instrument. AfAn eminent judge, whilo going his ter hearing argument tho court held circuit on ono occasion, was asked by that the company's claim was good, tho landlord of his hotel how ho had 139. tl lnlnhrJonrrnH Swearing 6 Telephone. PILESI A quito practical question Alwut 1822 or '23, a littlo slender of fourteen, clad in aim-pl- y T. R. WALTON, Butinesi Manager a summer suit of shirt, hat and pints, (thoso pants rolled abovo tho i"n6fiVirI Ttiti1av unit lYMnu. knees) was tho boatman of the ferry AT across tho romantic Kentucky Itivcr 8U.no IM3IC ANNUM. for tho dirt-ro- ad between Lexington nnd Harrodsburg. erri. don't nnd atanip In payment of This ferry was at to wake chance, and then of do-- tho picturctquo point nearly four miles noinlnatlone not over three centa. below whero tho Kentucky receives tho waters of Dix ltivcr. String Some tun. Silting and waiting and watching, Ono tiny nn I hIwmI in llio tloor of on quo of thoso sunny days, tho young tho i'oitoflico In a email town In Sou tit ferryman saw coming from tho south Carolina" I'miw a tnnn enter a taloon side a superb carriago drawn by four oppoaito. In thirty seconds lio reap splendid whito horses. poured, having parted out tho hack Tho boat was instantly mado ready door, and turned a lumber pilo. Ho for this royal reception and tho colorcamo atrnlght across tho street, u look ed captain of tho whip nnd linos perch of iun on liis face, and aa ho took a cd upon his proud pinnaclo promptly ctuir on tho step, ho whispered: drovo on tho Iwat with an air of self "Now, stranger, you'll eo nomofttn satiafaction. in about tliroo minutes." A tall, sparo, majestic old gentle'How?- man, a plain, but impressive littlo la "Wall, my 'old woman is around dy and her waiting maid, all walked tho corner in tho truck cart. She'll on after tho carriage. misj mo and head straight for that bar Soon tho littlo chieftain of tho craft to collar ray neck. I wont bo there, had rowed all safely "o'er tho ferry," and sho wont givo up looking until when tho supremo looking personago with the chap who bade tho driver water his team. Ap alio bin a tot-- to hands out tho pizen. She kin lick preaching tho littlo ferry commander, him, and I'll bet on it, and you jiat this lordly looking traveler said in the sot still and you'll hear ipliutcra fly." most winsome words: "Here is your In about two minutes wo saw tho fifty cents; and now my little man you old woman emu tho squaro and enter nro very young for such responsibili a saloon, where wo hurried over to ties; I must ask your name?" Tbo boy look through tho window, tho man answered. "Walter C ," whereupsaying as wo crossed: on tho courtly gentleman introduced "Stranger, onless ycr made of cast himself as Gen. Andrew Jackson, and yo hadn't bet bidding Walter a pleasant farowcll, the iron and doublo-bollcgo in tilljtho row is over I" tcr royal wheels rolled steadily away toBut there was no row. Tho old wards tho Capitol of tho United States woman walked up to tho bar, laid of America, bearing along that man down ono of tho old fashioned ten cent of hickory, whoso mission was doubtscrips and called for her whisky less to subdue tho criticism that was straight. Then sho put one foot on then wont to bo brought down in Contho rait Iwforo tho bar, e!o'ated tho gress upon his military management. glass, and down went tho "pizen" And of courso ho subdued it. without a gasp. Up went her hand In tho autumn of that year, when to wipo her mouth, and as sho turned tho river was swollen and two colored to co mo out, sho said : boys wcro assisting our young boat "Yum yum don't let on to the man, looking up tho sublimo height old man if ho comes in I" on tho north sido, Walter saw the Wo tlodged around tho corner and I whito horses with lifted heads and expected 16 hear an explanation from arched necks driving that chariot of my companion. IIo should have giv- triumph, and he announced to his en one, and I think ho started out aids that Gen. Jackson was coming. with that intention, but all ho could This stately turu out halted upon the say was : height, and the General thrust his "Now, then, may I bo chawed by head out and asked, "Had I not bet allieatorsT lor remain in on account of tho mud, Sunfloweit. Walter?" Just behind was a second Kvery farmer who pays nny atten- carriago with a span of bcautiiul bays. tion to his poultry should by all means Tho General and all his paysing over, raiso a small patch of sunflowers. The ho said, "how Walter, I want you to Kansas City Times ays that thoy will bo particular, for that is President pay woll on any kind of soil, but, of Monroo and wife in that rear carriago course, as with all farm crops, reason- and Gen. Gains on horseback in at ably good soil should lie selected, as tendance." When all wore safely over tho result will Ik) far moro profitable. and all dues paid, these dignitaries Ploow and harrow as for corn. Lay passed out of sight to this boy for all oil in drills three and a half or (our after time. But lost to sight, in memlect apart and sow tho seed two or ory dear thero grew up a solid Jackthree seed every ten or fifteen inches son man (though of whig raising) at so that when they como up nnd aro tho long faded ferry on the Kentucky. thinned they will not stand over eighThat river, unwearied, rolls on; troea teen inches npait. Tho cultivation of might havo grown up in tho tracks should bo tho samo as for corn sufll of thoso royal wheels; tbo linca and cient to keep down tho weeds, and tho whip havo fallen from the tho soil stirred, so as to causo as rapid hands of tho driver; not a bono nor a growth ns possible When ripo thoy hoof of thoso whites and bays remains; should bo gathered as soon as possi- thoso glittering vehicles havo no place ble, m tho birds aro Tory fond of them now; thoso hearts and heads and hands ami will rapidly ruako sorious inroads that gavo mould to national glory, if left standing. Wo plant our corn- with thoso worthy wives and dutiful field beans amoug our sunflowers in servants, havo all grown cold in dust. profcrenco to among corn. For chick, And 75 winters havo rested their cu feed tho mammoth Kussian is tho snows upon tho now vcncrablo head of beat, as tho flowers aro very largo and tho boy of tho boat; his life companion yield a quantity of large, oily seed. loug since laid away; and his surviving children stand at the head of their An Honest Sho. Thero U something in tho tono of own families, ono of whom is a leading tho advertising llteraturo, and indeed physician in your town. even in tho beautifully colored pictoNarrating theso remiuisceuces to mo Cir- as wo eat alono today iu his drugstore, rial bills of tho cus of four combined shows, that this aged boatman opened his pocket-boocommends itself to tho attention of a took from it a yellow litchi leaf, a reasonable public. It is so full of gift lrom tho lato Dick Robinson, of consistent reasoniug that ono Is com- Garrard, who stated that Gen. Nelson pelled to admit that it means just had broken tho branch that bore It what it says. Tho extravagant wasto from a bough that hung over the head ot superfluous adjectives and mean- of tho grave of the hero of tho "Heringless titles are conspicuous by their mitage." cntiro absence, and to the disinterestAnd now tweuty-onyears has this ed observer ono is at a loss to consci- leaf, a treasured souvenir, been carried entiously doubt the sincerity of evo-r- y in tho pocket of our worthy and most promiso made. It is an oxtremo respected citizeu, Walter 0. Bailey, t delight to commend to tho publlo such whoso is far moro than halt au honest enterprise, and it ii only way across tbo river. justiee to state that it Is in all resAnd though Presidents and Generpects a show, meriting tho largest als and our humblest citizens travel patronage It will attract treraend upon trains that triumph over lue ous crowds to its exhibition here on distance from Teuuossee to Washington ero the best roadster from tho Thursday, April 20th. ThouMndi are being cured of Catarrh "Hermitago" could drink from the ever year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, tint waters of tho Kentucky, yet who can the doctors hid given up and raid could say that the little yellow leaf is not an not be cured. 70 cents a bottle. Hold by emblem of all? Penny & McAIUter.BUnford, Kt. Lancaster, Ky., April 1U, 1883. Thoutands bear wltncM to the KItlre At the next Cincinnati Exposition curative powers of tbe Great German the number of visitors will be registerBee adrertUeuent. Hold by ed by electricity. i Penny & McAlUter, Stanford. W. P. WALTON, .... . - . Editor and Proprietor blondo Iwy If la a radical chan( from tha oM rrmedlr heretofore In mit. Tbe fJlecovtry la the feenlt of yeanofpatlentirlentlootndy anil Inveatlgatlon Into tne character of thla painful dlieaae. To convince you ol Ita great merit, call on Penny A Stanford, or W. M. Weber, Ml. Vernon, ot charge. and get a eainple. box Pltem . Demliio' Xeiv JHieorery for COMING ON THEIR OWN SPECIAL TRAINS! free There la no aafety In allowing a cough, however alight, to continue tfoooe can tell tbe cough that mar prove dangeroue. Brown' Expectorant will radicate an cough or cold ever contracted. Aak your drugglit fur thla and take no other. For al byreony A MrAllater, Stanford, and W. M. We-LMt. Vernon. Alexander Plummrr, of Bloornfield, Ind., aura Drown' Expectorant the heat cough remedy ha baa ever uted. For eale by renny A McAlliter, Stanford, and W. M.WeUr. Mt. Vernon. ho regard atA'MalaiTy f &. At X COST OF flfl.000. Tho Manifold rsonxsiosAL liar at. BUXDKTT. 1. w. naowK, Attractions of All Earth a onowN, ATTOUNRVH A.T TA."Vt nunDETT lS4-l- MT. VEUNOK, KY. STANFORD THURSDAY, APL. -- T. vr. W.B VAKNON, ATTOIINMYH AST & Office In Owalej A Hon'a new bulldlog vaaxoit. T. W. willaci a. vabxox. Xi-fV- STANFORD, KY. M. up atalrv. MTANFOHD, KY. Will practice In the Cuurti of Lincoln and countlea and the Maperlor Court and Court ot Appeala, Special attention given to collection!. Office on Lancaalev ATTOItNKY PEYTON,A 'I- 26, S 4 XiA-A- And for that day and date only. and that they had an unquestioned right to remove tho instrument. In rendering his decision tho judge said: "Tbo telephono reaches into many family circles; and it must be remembered that it is possiblo, from tho peculiar arrangement of tho instrument, that a communication intended for ono individual shall reach another. All communications should therefore bo in proper language. Moreover, in many cases the operators in the exchanges are refined ladies, and, oven beyond this, all operators should bo protected from insult." And so that instrument was removed and that swearer's profanity is not to bo spread over the country by electricity. Probably good law, and undoubtedly good morals. Tho Governor of Dakota Territory declined to sign a bill passed by tho recent Legislature, providing for a Constitutional Convention to organize a Stato out of that portion of the Territory south of tho forty-sixtpar allel. This does not make any difference with tho peoplo, and they have exercised their right and called a convention to meet at Huron, Juno 19, to nrrango for a regular Constitutional Convention to be held later. They proposo to defino their bounda ries, select a Stato name, adopt a Constitution, aud elect Senators and Representatives, and then demand admittance into tho Uniou. This proposed assertion of tho right to call and hold a Constitutional Conven tion, the Legislature having failed to secure au cilectuation ot its act, is legitimate and unassailable. Tho peoplo of Kentucky have the same right to call and hold a convention to reviso their Constitution, nnd they aro at liberty to ignore the obstruction, in tho placed by tho old present Constitution to prevent any C.-- J. revision whatever." h slave-holder- slept. IIo replied dogmatically, "In union is strength, a fact of which sorao of your inmates appear to be unaware; for, had thoy been unanimous last night, they could easily pushed roe out of bed." "Fleas!" tho landlord exclaimed, affecting great astonishment. "I was not awaro.that I had a singlo flea in my house." "I don't believe you have," retorted his lordship, "they aro all married, I think, and havo uncommonly large families." Tho statistics of the United States etret. Ill ArroitrvEY a.t DANVILLE, KY., D. AI.EX. ANDE11BON. x.a."w, TBE N AM N countlea and In the Court of Appeal. Will practice In the Court of Bojle and adjoining And Matter Commltaloner lloekcaatle Circuit Court MT. VEKNON, KY. Will practice In the Bocicutle Courta. Collec1 tion a apeclallj. Office In Court-houa- e. J. A.t; Linv, AttornoyPIBH. LKE F. HOFFMAN, Royal German Menagerie, Le Gran o and Mystic Circus of Japan, Circo-Zoologic- Travoling togothor lor this season only. A OfficeSouth aide Main Street, two door above the My er Hotel. Pur Nitron Oxide Oaa admlnlaterod when HUnOEON DKNTI8T, STANFORD, KY. jrht VSl I'V aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaF Consolidation of the Greatest Shows I A Union of the 4 Best Shows ! KINDS. provo that hay is among the foremost LUMBER OF crops raised in this country, if not the Anyone bur Lumber very first. At tho present time thero fencing or anwJlib Ing to can aave money for boxing, by getting purpose estimated to be in tho United States It of ua at our mill on the II umber farm, about two aro mile from Crab Orchard. HELVIN Jk CO. 40,000,000 sheep, 40,000,000 cattle m and 20,000,000 horses. In of the country theso animals require to bo fed from threo to fivo months We will now p7 apcclal attention to and they will cousumo an aggregate TCD8TOM OlUNDINa.'M of 90,000,000 tons, which at 85 per We prombw to give aitUfactloo, and when dealred for III ton, represents tho enormous sum of either die Patent Flour meal.Wheat. Can make bolted or unbolted 110-- t McAI.IHTF.K AHAIXKK. 8450,000,000. ALL VkT AJaPaaaaiaaPI T j. JPSStSF' Tho Fivo Great Giants aro with tho Giant Shows. Tho Monster Whalo, Tho Giant Blaok Camol, ! two-thir- TO THE PUBLIC The Giant Horse, The Giant Ant Bear, Giant Eimies We alone exhibit the ! Titanic Bnbalipus, the Sacred Whito Camel, and the Midget Camel Dwarf. A whole Performing Hones, Ponies and Acting Quadrupeds Wild. Beast Show For nothing in tho Streets I Free Caminc ! A young lady of Louisville recently FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. noticed by her mother to bo fondling ItecauM Tour bouae. or Your eoodx. or vour live and kissing her kitten. "Why, Ma atock, or Tour other property have not been burnt ry," said the mother, "you have kiss or Injured bj Are or llgbtntDg, la no guaranty that Miles be. Don't jou think, then, that It they ed that kitten more in fivo minutes wouldcarrot lie prudent to aecure Indemnity In CJute aucn loaa or damage ahould occur T I ofler you thla than you have kissed me in five years." it the lawetratt obtainable In anr aeren and you may "Don't you know why I'd rather kiss iu ranee Company. I repmenl .laae.ja. take your cnoice. the kitten than you, mother?" "No, Farm my child." "You haven't got whis- Valuable Blue-Gra- ss kers." HAL.K I POH Wo had thought that paper had I oner for aale my Farm of SOS Acrrm, altua- Crab the buntord been put to tho utmost uso some time ted near Walnut 3 Flat, onlrom Stanford. A AboutOr40 chard turnpike, mile balance In gran. Uood Hiring, Acre ago, when machinery oettiug, car plentyIn cultivation;and well adapted to atock; In a good tliulier bargain the wheels, etc., had been made of it; but good neighborhood. andWill eel! at a at any time. give pouealon above tract of land For further particular, lniire of J. O. Owaley, now vo learn that in Breslau, GerStanford, Ky., or writo to me at Dai la. Milan many, a chimney fifty feet high has county, Texaa. J. URMtX JTIHll. been erected of paper pulp, chemicalThouaandaofgrave are annually robbed ot their ly prepared to resist combustion. vlctima, live prolonged, happlncu and health What will paper be used for next? by uae of the great m 11 123-- tf "Hector," the $10,000 Riding Tie Orton Great 03t Riders are with the Greatest Shows, and Little Allie and Bernard Are With Us. the Heroine of the Flaming Zone, M'lle Leonora, Field' Five Fainou Gunny K.oli; Dawn, the Spinlah Fire Juggler; Cordello od VanAukeu, Champion Leapera; the Three Walfoni, I).n Uoa, Jockey; the HUB BALLOON thi ASCKvr, and all theOreat lienaattona aro with the hibit at I fomblneil Shoim, which will poeltlvely ex- - MT.VERN0N, FRIDAY, APL. 27. ROBBED A. OWSLEY & SON, IEAI.EHH IN If a farmer would retail 2,000 bushels of wheat out to 2,000 neighbors, and each farmer would promiso to pay in a few days, but would pay no "Dearest, sweetest, what is it? Aro further attention to the obligation, uat ails my precious that farmer would think a few cuss you sicbr pel?" and tho young husband bent ten words just as an editor who is always derly over tho graceful form of his occupying that very embarrassing GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R! el any tenet!, (cauaed by exceaea dlaeaae kind,) thai fyeakiteMM, and all Which poalttvely and permanently cure Anglo-America- n o lifo-boa- blushing bride. situation. "Oh, Adolphus Edward, it's too A medical authority states that tho dreadful for anything." Hustonville Nat. Bank. skin of tho human body contains "Bad news from home?" Hero is something to pores. Comont, Field Sootls, Plows and Farming "Worso, worse! Oh, what shall I pore over. It is a little remarkable Tatitcar DxrARWEMT. t'uaaxjicr, Salt, OrricxOF do?" Waiiiirutor, Ar(iL7, IMS. Implements. Call and soo tho genuine Hamilton Plow . that the skin should contain aa even "Tell your own darling hubby." WiiKaxia, Br tho medical the uodenlgned, aatltfactory evidence presented to It baa been made to appear that "It's that awful Solina Tarbox, 7,000,000, but perhaps town missed a few whon ho counted the National Bank of Uiutonvllle, In tbe btate of man Sho's- -" of In the county of Lincoln and lluitonvllle. Kentucky, baa complied with all theprovlalona of them. A recount should be made. "She's what, my precious?" the Hevlaed btatutea of h United btatea required association aball be with before "Sho's got a bonnet trimmed exactArmed tramps, twelvo in number, to be complied(eminence tbeanbualneaaot banking, authorlxtdto Sun captured a freight train on the Chesa Now, therefore, I, John J. Knox, Comply liko mine, and troller of the Currency, do certify that the Na- In thu day!" peake and Ohio rood, near Olympia, ilnn.l ll.nlr nt lln.f nnvllU- Lincoln tkn of iluaof atand But Thou the afilicted beauty buried her Ky., and ordered the conductor to tonilll.. In latoe county of Kemucxy, auinonsju locumiueuc. iu uunun, of banklog, a authorlaed In Section 5,169 ot lb face- in her husband's breast and tricktake them to Loxlngton. Ho tele Revised Statute of the United State. llXliaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaM MaaeiialllaaeaeaJ Intettlmony whereof, wltuea my hand and led her pearly tears all over his 83 graphed to Mt. Sterling, and had tho tea! of office, thla 7tb day of April, 1MJ. shirt. (rang arrested when tho train arrived JOllX J. usox, Comptroller of the Currency. New Invisible Ink. To make the there. NO.Z,l7. writiug or tho drawing appear which When the reporters of Lexington has been mado upon paper with tho run short of startling locals they just RICHMOND ink, it is sufficient to dip it iuto wa- take dogs and scratch out dead babies ter. Oil drying, tho traces disappear from tho ash'heaps and return to again, and reappear by each succeed to their rcspeotivo offices with faces ing immersion. The ink is made by wreathed in smiles. I have recently opeued In Richmond a larfe and intimately mixing linseed oil, 1 part; Mill, and au prepared to rurnuii The Stato Democratic Committee, complete or m ornamentation, is every kind water of ammonia, 20 parts; water, S. C, at their meeting in Charleston, unequalled. 100 parts. Tho mixture must bo MATERIAL I for a vig- BUILDERS' agitated each time before tho pen is adopted measures providing ! rKLinNTGt OP orous defenso of the democrats who dipped into it, as a little of tho oil will be brought before tbe U. 8. Court may eeparalo and float on top, which U'cHllicrhoHrriliiK, FloerlHJh this week. would, of course, leavo an oily stain Dount, NhhIi, IIUutlH, IttkK, Jay Gould will pay with bis own upon tho paper. NhlHKle. MeHltUHKM, Nfalr-WHJmoney tho dividend upon uie Peter Cooper's will leaves 3100,000 of Western Union stock ! to Cooper Union nnd divides tho re- which the Courts havo found was ilcan be Aa 1 a)) at price aucb aa the above article wb'jle-wmainder of his estate, except $200,000 legally issued. le boujbt In Loulavllle, Cincinnati, or other can wake it to joui ad1 au aur I iu special bequests, between his sou uouae, Ninety-threpersons have born kill vantage to iiatronla home Inatltutloua, 1 am and daughter, Edward Cooper and aba a practical ed by tho Apaches slnco the recent Mrs. Abrara 8. Hewitt. Tho estate outbreak, Of this number 27 were is valued at 82,000,000. vcr beaileat tuat wlU remove aud I'wwuen, Americans and tho remainder Mexi- And am prepared to furnlab deln and eilluiaU In FarmeruiluuUe. TlnOllver I a Center Chilled Uetal will not corrode; the which doe awaywltu Draft few ipreaaure found atralgbtlandaide I'kwa. Mow, halingna(loping Undalde,ImlUtori; no manufactuThere is danger that It will bo too cans. lor building and all kluda of at roll work. hundred of la the TUOllrer That I aut dotog no email bualneaa, Can be JuJg. U0ralU.le4 la the bl.tary of I'low. Yeur an i'kiw The Oliver a lato to put In crops before tho present that my In thirty years, the Washington ed fromtothe fact pet week.bank account run from rer will Imitatetell lofrrlu BUY TUB OUVEB.haand record no other. you to take neighbor! will li.OOO flood iu the Mississippi Valley has Gaa Company has cleared 760 per cent II.WW Contracting aud building dose promptly and at AdJre subaldod and the land become dry. profit. c. h. HTAvrauu. ii aequencoofBelf.Abuae.aa lot of energy, kaaot memory, uolverul lassitude, pain In the back, dlmneu of vUlon, premature old age, and many lead to consumption and a preother dtaeaae that n U d for circular with mature grave. free by mall. The INVUlOttATUK for 15, by all 1 told at f 1 per box, or atx boxea drugglau.orwlllbe lent free by mall, tecurely lea, on receipi w price, or iuuibmiu. r. ... 113 AuUmietreet, Toledo, Oblo. 191-lSole agent for the United State. tietnl-n- al follow a iiijjo. Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- ..., Wooden and Willow ware. Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full lino of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Haines, Traces, lime, OPBEA HOUSE' BLOCK. JEWEL 1 - - your special tention to the I desire to call lM-Jr- a 'BpidyiaE.gt which for utilTHE JtPIESILjID PLANING MILLS! aalFmCa,lELjiir ity, durability, perfection in operation, taste THB H, oio,-000,0- e ARCHITECT, IUUn:-011- W. H. HIGGIWS. i -- I April 15. Orer 20,000 gone on a sfctko In the varlonw Sixteen bulldlnes wr destroyed by. hwi have j woYlsliops. The strlkl has been caused firslCrtffild,Md. Loss $100,0W. -- HimI Klrke hi been played ?2,G00 almost solely by the Socialist aTutlon and jBT.A.asraroRD, the recent speeches and appeals of Mile. tlmrs it MeVlcksrV Theatre, Chlcajjo. Pauline Menck. April 17, 1883 Tuesday Morning, Danl. V. nMijr, lias been circled MayMayor Harrison, ol Chicago, has Issued or of Washington, N J. for the fifth time. In -- dliddrr shot and killed Wm. Hall at an order closing all houses of EDITOR W. P. WALTON, n game the city, and the disreputable saloons and I,. A N. It. H , o lloslon atatlon, Kalian restaurants In the worst district. of carda. He says he proposes to make his prrrnt democratic nominkk ron kepbehf.sjtFrankfort, Ky., it lo bare a new ATIVK, which will coot $20,000, and will term a moral one. Dick Ltddil, the notorious JUDQE THOMAS P. DILL, JR. eat 050. The President I expected lo return lo of the James gang, shot and killed Phil. May, an escaped convict from the Alabaeia Tun IroquoU Club, a political so Washington from his Florida trip Thura. penitentiary, while the latter was resisting day night. cial organization of Chicago, hold its It is now estimated that the Slar arresl. Ltddil wai acting as one of the nnnual liamjuet there Friday night. Itouto trials will cost the government not sheriffs posso and was not arrested. The new nickel has been changed so Among tho speakers were Benator less than $700,000. that the word "cents" appears under the Hon. Jamoj Da-i- d Dayard, of Delaware; Cummins, an old and greatDr. large "V" and they are now being rapidly 0. Brodhead, of Missouri; IIou. Ly- ly reflected physician of JotltaTiHe, died minted. Over C,000,000 got Into circulaSaturday of pneumonia. man Trumbull, of Illinois; Wm. II. tion before the cbango was made and (hey Germany baa passed a regulation for Hurllicrt, of New York: Everett P. will be withdrawn as fast as the governbidding the importation Jnt that country ment gels hold of them. Wheeler, of Now York; Hon. W. F. of American hog product. Tho Court of Appeals Is wllbln two Vilas, of Wisconsin; Col. W. U. P. Alfred Pucker, who mtirdered and ate Breckinridge, of Kentucky; Win. six of bin comrades, was tried at Like City, months of being up with the cases submitted previous to the, September term.The Springer, of Illinois; John M. Palm- Col., arid sentenced lo bantf, fonr Judges are now upon the bench Conkling Is said lo be growing rich out Harrier, of Illinois; Mayor Carter In good health nnd say that they are deterof bis law practlc. Ife receives sometimes son, Chicago; most of them expressmined to work up all the old cases $2,000 per hour for his work. the adjournment ol the Court. ed themselves for a "tariff lor reyo? baa The Adair county There were 200 applicants for thn ponuo"only, Mr. Wheeler making a ve- been condemned by the grand jury, and a sition on the Mississippi River Commis ry strong speech in favor of it. Mr. new one will probably be built. sion, made vacant by the resignation of Oercgelown is to hare a new National Wutterson was not thero, and tho afCapt. James B. Eads. The President ren and fair seemed to lack the firo and clo Bank with acapltat of ferred the names of but two, Col. Henry one with tame eapltal. queuco that his erratic brain would Flad, of St. Louis, and Capt. Peter Eich- Andy Taylor, one of the gang who Mayor Chicago's ols, of Cincinnati, to the Treasury Depart have furnished. kilted the. sheriff ol Chatanooga at Swn; ment for a selection. seems to havo put his foot in it. Ho water, Tenn , has been arrested. Harrodsburg Enttrprifr. "E. F. was on the toast list to respond to tho At Chtcigo, Kowan Kowak shot his tailor, has sued the C. S. R. R. sentiment, "Public Office a Public divorced wife In the head and then blew or $10,000 for forcibly ejecting him f.om out bis brain'. The woman will die. ' Trust," and barely touching upon tho. a train while it was running at the rate of Edward Shevelln struck Andrew subject maucr oi mo senuraeni, ne in thirty miles an hour, dislocating bis arm Lovrlack with his fist nt Troy, New York, tho rudest terms attacked tho expres-sionsand otherwise iniuring him, Messrs. Da breaking his neck. Both were drunk. vis A Fisher have sold their grocery store tho distinguished visiting guesls A terrible tornado swept over ArkanWiloi tho club, questioning tho statesman sas last Friday, destroying everything in to Messrs. Isaac Pearson and W. V. son." liko utterances of his superiors. Many its coarse. A great many lives were lost. A cablegram Bays that China is preparThe police of London are awaiting the ing for a war against Franco because the of tho disgusted Iroquois members left tho room, but their guests were arrival of an English vessel which sailed new French Minister rejected the satisfacfrom Antwerp with a large cargo of dyna- tory arrangement of the Tonquin aiTilr lorccd by politeness to remain and mite. made by the former Minister. China will listen to the tirade. Mr. Harrison's In Georgia, they do things up right. use her best troops which will probably be remarks wcro entirely out of place, George Hill and Enrich Freeman have commanded by European leaders and ahe both been sentenced lo hang May 1st for may .be. assisted .by a European Ally. and he is greatly censured. murder. China has made large purchases of arms in In his speech at Mt. Sterling the The best Informed European politi- Germany. other day, Col. Jones took occasion cians are of the opinion that the corona-lio- n Joseph Brady, charged with being the to touch up tho newspaper profession of the Cur of Russia will be again principal in the Pmcnlx Park murder, has been found Gulltyand sentenced to be a liltlo, nnd tho Democrat, referring postponed. Two thousand persons have uat been hanged May next. Brady, when to his remarks, takes occasion to in Moscow on suspicion of being asked If bo had anything to say why speak a good word lor Judge Owsley. arrested engaged in a plot to prevent the Czar'a be? should not be passed on him, said: It says : "Wo have no particular ob- ing crowned. "I am not guilty of the charge which the to Col. Jones, but we think jection The rolling and sheet mills of the informers hare sworn on me; these men s Owsley the most likely of all to make Heading (Pa.) closed indefiwould awear away the life of any one to tho Governor that Kentucky needs. nitely yesterday, on account of the dull- to save tbeir own." The announcement of the verdict was received with great disAmong other things ho has not farmed ness of trade. Only seven of the alleged Phienix Park favor by the crowd in attendance at the offices that will likely be without tho murderers will be tried on capital charges. in his gift, while it is said that Knott Of these, it is said, Delaney and McCaflery trial. The following from Earlville. la , tells has nlready promised the placo of will plead guilty. of a terrible tragedy almost identical wilb Secretary of Stato to six gentlemen. Capt. Hall, a female nnd two male that of James Wilmot, of Garrard county: There is this to be said of Owsloy: ho soldiers of the Salvation Army were ar- Cbas. Smith, a farmer, went to his barn where his two sons, aged nine goes into tho race free from ring in- rested Sunday at Syracuse, N. Y., for the streets, and thirteen, were engaged at work, and fluence and free from those exacting At Dead wood, and throughput the ex- killed them with an ax. Returning lo his promises which destroy tho usefulness treme West, heavy s prevailed house with the same weapon he killed his of an cxecutivo officer. Ho is as Saturday, blocking lines of railway travel wife. He then attempted to slay bis two heart-whol- e as a hand- and telegraphic communication. and fancy-fre- e 'daughters, tho only remaining members of Thetdrsk used by Daniel Webster as the family, but they succeeded in reaching some young bachelor." a Senator is said to have been oeeapied by a neighbor's house safely and gave the TnE Cincinnati Enquirer man, who one of tho Senators from South Carolina alarm. When tbey returned It was found knows about as much about Ken- during the last session of Congress. tbat Smith had killed himself by cutting Miss Blossom, daughter of Gen. ft. C. bis throat with a butcher knife. tucky politic as a hog does of holi day, but who has tho run of Colonel Drum, will soon marry Lieut. Hunt, of the After balloting for several days and fJones' wine, cellar filled with tho rar- - U. S. A., son of Brig. Gen. Hunt, com inally coming to a dead lock, the Georgia mender of the Department of the South. Gubernatorial Convention agreed to a conest and best remarks with an attempt at The Winchester Democrat says: "It ference, which resulted in the nomination gravity reallyamusiug: i'Col.Thomas will take all of this month to finish tho big of Henry D. McDaniel, of Walton county. L. Jones seems to be tho choice of tho cut' on B. P. GofTs farm and then track-l- It is said that McDaniel owes bis nominaKentucky democrats for Governor." Ing will soon cross over into Bourbon." tion to the reactionary element, but ilia not Mrs. II. Ziepfretcht, wife of a drug- believed that be will be controlled by tbat A few moro drinks would have mado Jones had re- gist in Dubuque, Iowa, threw herself and party, but will pursue the advanced policy tho samo idiot say that a boy into a well fifty feet of Colquitt and Stephens. After tho conally been elected. Col. Jones is n deep, and when found both were of course vention the Bacon men had an informal good man, a clever man and a fiuo dead. caucus, and put their candidate up for the judge of whisky, but we advise.kim Ben Butterworth has been appointed race next year and announced a determinto steer clear of tho Enquirer, which to prosecute the South Carolina election ation that he must have the office. The is actually in such bad odor in Ken- cases, vice Richard Crowley, mad at the action caused great indignation among the tucky that any assertion it makes is President. The appointment is worth friends of the other candidates. SmMtMlij 3nlk$eiinrI NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. icy. - -- w Caspar Williams has returned from Louisville where has been attending law school tho pat winter. Mrs. Whitehead, mothfreVf JL. Whitehead, has been very sick for the' past few days. She Is some Miss Halite Whitehead la Utter here from Lexington. W. O. Bradley, of Lnnaasler, and Capt. L. A, Byron, of Manchester, were, attending conrt here last week, LASCAVTKK jmVKHTia.Kir.ST. HUiioaaoN "ijurv.riHrr, LANCASTER, A.UrX'OItlS'HV It. BAM K. IIUHDETT, B. F. WAI.TBH, KY, Office ot,r Cltlren, Natlonil Ilank. Offirs hours from S to 13 A. M. ami from I to a p. M. H. Stanford, G. RUPLET, WAlsMtll, LANCASTER, XY. Will practice In flarrird and adjlnlng count lea tn.l Court o( Appeals. IUI-IIO. At T..A."V. III SOIUJIIWNT 1 e Court-bous- e Ellia-betbtow- The sheriff of this county received a telegram from London to arrest James Broughton, 8. F. Broughton and two other parties, charged with murder in that county. The two named were arrested Filday night nnd taken to London last Saturday. They were Indicted at the present term of the Laurel Circuit Court for the murder of an old man named Wardroop, who was killed last October In a deephollow In Laurel roulity, near where the Broughtons live. The prool seems lo be positive against (hero, but they protest their Innocence strenuously. Jas. Bishop got off with a hung jury at London, This was a surprise to a grest many persons who (bought the proof was so posillve against him that nO jury could fail to bring in a verdict nf guilty. Hard swearing by bis witnesses, some of whom were his nltornrys, succeeded in raising (he "reasonable doubt" in the minds of the jury, hence tbeir failure to agree. The jury stood S for aciniltUl 4 for conviction. The court fixed Bishop's ball at $,'1,000, which ho has not yet given. The case against Henderson was continued until the next term. The Hardbarger case was called this morning and continued until next Wednrs- day. The regular judge has been sworn off tho bench In this case nnd Squire A. J Pike and Marshall Mulllns have been agreed upon to try the same. It seems that some of Hanlbarger's friends hare been quite activo in having some ol the Commonwealth's witnesses to absent them selves from this examination. Two of tbexe witnesses are (o receive, il Is understood, $1 per day to remain away until after the examination. It is not k'nown where these persons are, but it is evident tbe case will be continued until they are gotten here. It is thought that the negro convict shot by Hardbarger will get well. He has been improving some lately, but is still very low. KAUFFMAN, I.ANCAHTKIt. A.t KY. Kentucky, fi Mttler (VnninlMlonerlUrranl Circuit IVinrt. Will prattle In ill tlin UoutUor (lirrnnl ami IJolnlng rounllManJ In th Court of Appmlt. A Tesas Farm For Salo! I wilt sell or etchings iny Farm In Trias for limit In (lirriril, M.vllxin, Unroln or lloyle roun-llr- s. This brni li llmli-- l In Tirranl rountr. Trail, aloul IS or M mllra Hmith of tho rltrof Korl Worth ami about mno Ulilanr North of Iho City ofClrliurne, tnjohnwnrounly. Ountilns IiJw A-IETI- wj Sale Swfl SITIAIRIXjIIgl! HAENBSS SHOP, I 111 tea aVO Milt on mil of llie (iifTrjr.1 rout of lh Foil Worth A IllolJranJe It. It., which will Iw romptclnt In a short lime, ami aim atuul S mlln Wnlolthod C. . Hanli IVo 11. IL now lu oirl-Ho- n Hum Ft. Worth to (lilrnlon. Thli film li In the irrtit rutlon ami whMtraUlnwelln of North. fin ieiHua cry uriraiie rr any ono wanting lo farm or ralM rattlo. Aim bavo on th place a small hunch of Short Horn Heifers wllh rail in J one fine Miorl llom Hull, a rrnn M ihli ."prior, firming Implement!, Out I will linle with It Is anil lm)irr(nllu wU fraf.rnfr firming lindlielniton a hl(h , loratnl for plitrm Iflwrrn twonotrr filling streams nf wilrr. It li fowl imrn upon rililna-rnttle- (ln .IrTol ItaeJ liml.atl umlrr kocm water on pliis frnro, with s D l:t Niculol. oi' Horses anil Fine Turnouts. Honulile. reu- - lj thoplire. Jan.lt, Is wanted by mo. I will pay the highest mailed prlco. I Alio deal in IS8I. WJI. MrKKK IIUNCAN, Ill-J- liornter, Rt. Citizens National Bank. Conmotxaaor TtistA'ita.irT Wasiiisotos, Vrn.Ts, ISM. Wuaaais, by utUfielory erlJenre preteate.1 to tbs tinlerilgnoJ, It his been niiilo to apeirthit thsCltliem Nitionil Hank of UnraMer, In lh town of Lanrnter, la Ihs rountr of llirrird inI Stato of Kentucky, nil compiled wllh all th pro vision! oi lha iMviie.1 Diatuiri oi ins unueii Stales required lo bo compiled with tfore an tuo Orrica And can supply GOAL!quantity. it in nny A. T. IVUlVXKEiIiKV, Stanford, TCy. Tianrar panamasT. or WmmY&WMmm PHARMACISTS -- cuiion man neaumorispi lo ne of banking, Now. then ore. I. John J. Knox. Comptroller of mo curteoer, oonenur rertirrtnu inauiiseni National Bins of Lin ruler. In tho loan of In the county of llirrird nd Mlitsof Ken. iuckt is luinonioii to commence ino (junocm oi banking ai pruTldetl In Section S,1C9 of th llotlird 8Ututci of lha United Slilei. In teetlmooT whereof, Wllneti mr hind and teal of ufflce, lull Ml dir of February. ISM. 1 KaaLsai I- X- DruRS, Books, Stationery I'hlirrlint' preictlptloni i No S,ssi. Crinplroller of the Currency, JOHN J. KNOX, aud Fanoy Artloloa. aceuralely nitapuioJuI, AIM ' JKlVIXlllth "" Isll'WH1 " llfl aal Iandrefli's Garrard County DEPARTMENT. HOIST. It. AVISST, 3?aitor. LANCASTER. ftelen jSfgtSIU B In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of Clocks, Jcwelrj & Mite mare Mer brought to Ihlimitkrt Pilcea tower lata IhelAwe.u Witcbr,UorVi and Jtwilry il. lrrl on ihort nollceind Wirnnted. Ijirgpst Stock of Watches, AHEII1M, 1t Many FARMEBS ! the Majority of Dealers. I!thii a lirg slock of sen-ten- Iron-work- Call at R. W' Lilian! & Co.'s and see tbclr Brussel Carpets. Ladies' underwear, silk, hosiery for ladles and children nt R. W. Lillard A Co.'s. Wool and BruaselaCarptts made ready ind mot popular line ol Agricultural Implrwrnti ind In order to gel control of tbe lleuir. Vehicle, and ehn In order to rnitliietnpirihi.o In lurh quinllilet lo obtiln lh. l.V.1. Tji? count! and lowe.1 rite, of freight. I b.,e nlibllibed bnurh War. IUn.i tod Anal, lluitoo.il u Unrnilrrand KlchaionJ, and uoder Ihli irrtngeueat, we feeliure weemonVr tho Fnueri Inducements Over I keep on hindial all tlmri at ruy Krrral Wire ,1 i; for (loo's, saving much trouble and worry, at R. W. Lillard A Co.'. Mr. J. II. Woodcock is having his occupied by Davis A Joseph, .' remodeled, papered and painted. W, O. Rlgney makes a s;ecialty of gents' furnishing goods and ladies' and misses' fine shoes. Call and beconvinced. "I Mr. B. M. Burdelt received last Sat urday two boxes of oranges direct from Florida. Most of them'grew on his orchI.aucHHtcrRt I lie ard. Farmers are getting along slowly planting corn. Several are not through breaking hemp yet. The acerage of corn "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," will be greater thia year than last. Maj. Rigney has been in town since I.ANX'ASTF.K, KY. Saturday. He will go to Danville and will probably return and speak at thia place next Monday County Court day. 4:rrz Mr. T. D. Chestnut has purchased of '..0" " the National BinV three hundred and thirrroprleloti IIiiRKli'M, Currln);rn,.SprliiK Wiiroiih, I'ariii Wiikomh, Lor Wageim, ty acres of the Miller farm in Boyle county, just across the River, at about $33 50 per acre. If you want an elegant suit of clothes ThuSDnual meellngof tb ibareholjen ol the cither for yourself or your bora, goto W? Stanford A lialla (lip Turnplkal'i. fur Ihs flection ol a president and boa id of director! f..r the O. Rlgney'. He has them all sixes and in .nmlne veirwlllha held at Iho Circuit Clerk'a , 1M1. MAY office lu (Stanford ou HATUUDAV, styles to suit the tastes of the most attr-.u- . Mi, 1Jfastidious. tl.YA j'rrauiciir. J. The move for the establishment of a Female College at this place is taking GRAND PUBLIC SALE shape, and something definite will be done in a few days. Mr. W. G. Dunlsp has offered the Dunlap properly to the commit$35,000. HORSES. EIGHT! regarded as a lie nnd any suggestion PULASKI COUNTK tee for $5,500 in cash and $500 in stocks. More than 1,000 barrels of whisky have Messrs. Brunner A Brown, who have as to her affairs downright imperti- already been sent to Bermuda and it is exSomerset Joint public sals at k of Robin Tbs uoJcraljncJ will make aon nence -J- im Hall was arrested for an assault the contract for the pected that 200,000 barrels will be shipped UaoTllle, wife. son A Bro.'s new building, will take Footy-yeau- s Senator Jones, to Bermuda and Liverpool before the end on bis ago, Mr. Ogden Is building a residence on of the ground and put up a build19, of Florida, sailed from his Irish home of the year. lUllroad Carl,, raspers. Mower,, Hay Rake,, flralc lirlll,, IlroaJcail SeeJeri, Hulkiy Harrow., Sulkiy Columbia street. ing for themselves. The buildings are to The grosi earnings of the Cincinnati to seek iortuno and fame in America. There are splendid prospects for an be two stories high and 80 and 00 feet deep Of about SO kiad of Horn, embracing Coiditen, PUwi,Walklngand Hiding Culllralor,, Corn Drills, torn iManUti, Feed Cutters. Corn Dhellcn. Firm. Southern railway, for the three months flentletueni' Driven, raddleri, lauibinea run, en' Hollers, and miay ithir Iteuii. This summer he will visit tho scenes ending March 31st, were $505,024 07, abundant fruit crop. and will be erected as soon as the brick can Bullion, and Uares. A carefullT licted ind superior lot of Hock, Apply lo either Miss Anna Scott has taken a relapre be burned. of bis youth, having reached the against $G03,210 22 for the correpondlng of Iho undenlirned. or Mirri t Kngllih for ciU- and is dangerously ill, HUE, CKC'II. hkotiii:kn Rev. J, It. James preached at tbe Bap. Joguc highest office here to which a roan of period In 1882, 1IKUCK A IIAKLAX. The flow from the Otter Creek Oil tltt church yesterday morning and night. Bishop Martry, of Dakota, now in foreigu birth is eligible and secured a Well hu increased to 25 gallons per day. Miss Lei a Markibury has been quite sick larra estate. Truly is America the Milwaukee, says Sitting Bull will soon Miss Ella Jasper is visiting her broth- for several days with pneumonia. We are join the Catholic Church. There are now refuge of all nations, Had Jones ro er, T. O. Jaser, of Mt. Salem, Lincoln glad that Robt. Kinnalrd is convalescent. 2,000 Indians in Dakota belonging to the county. malned at homo ho would havo al Catholic Church. Col. Sam Burdelt, late of M. Vernon, who I am Handing two One Jacks at uiym-II- ,, Charles Forman, of Burnslde, takes tbe baa located permanently with us, has rent ways been plain Joues unless perhaps are mill. North At Lexington an unknown woman got agent at the depot, of Ed. ed of Col, Bradley his law office. Mrs. ofotiiifurd,at he may havo gained some notoriety off a A O. train and left a bright little place, as ticket Porcb, resigned. B. M. Burdelt will leave on a by mixing himself up in the astassi- - girl baby, veveral months old, in the deKt. $8 to Insure Turk Stringer and Sol Turpln have two weeks' visit lo lelatives in Mason counShe then got aboard the train again, leavbusiness. nation a Colt. been arrested and held over to the Circuit ty, She will visit Cincinnati on her reing the child behind. stealing bogs from farmers on turn and attend the Dramatic Festival, EiaiiTEEN-YEAit- a ago, Saturday, m.l ellmtM of ill klnJiof Eujlnc, Hw JJIIIi, Iau Tho steamer Geo.Wyiy collided with a Court 'for " QtMsnaAjfV) SURPRISE chines, alMprepireJ lo luruuli price, Wind Mil a, Hone rowers, and TarloiuotherklodtolTbrwblug Ma Ilajr Frews, Straw Slacken, uurblntry. We understand that our friend W. B, MaPresident Lincoln was shot by tho as- bridge at Fort Gaines, Ga., and sank in a Fishing Creek. Circuit Court commenced son has located In Henderson, Ky., and is li l bandi. 4 vein old. sired br lull). Faleruo. sassin Booth, and "Gatli" is out in few minutes. The first and second clerks, a ol Caldwell'i Sue Jack) and out ol Supe(tbs There are 429 cases on tbe docket, 215 of keeping books for a barrel and stave man- rior lire Parties In want of any good, lu toy line will Mammoth J,nnet, this 18th annual rccitul of tho horri-bi- o cabin boy, a negro child and seven deck which are Commonwealth cases and 20 of ufacturing Company. loose uolblDg by seeing me before purcbailng hands were drowned. 3Z3 INT crimo and its history. That ver felony. Fisu AND FisiiEHMEjf. Mr. James A saloon keeper at Falmouth, Ky., those are for B. bose scribbler frequently gets short of L. Kelly, of Texas, a former rest- - Burnslde look from his pond a Bavarian Is Ubinji, 8 years old, sired by Wm, llubbla's named Bitter, shot and killed William grsyjaek; aamedaui a, tiurpriie. Will bt permitcurrent matter and has to fall back on Hall because be threw rocks at his house dent of this county, died of hemorrhage of carp which was placed there abont 10 ted lo aerre a limited number of good mares. my licki and coin Cum. and Mrs. J. C. Sawyers, of this months sgo, which weighed 0 pounds and the lungs. lli-tt- l tiHLENHKHKY HKIUI1T. mighty old matter to "fill up." after getting full of the vicious stuff that county, died of paralysis. measured 20 inches in length and 16 InchKilter had sold him. Wesloy Allman, a life prisoner in es around tbe body, When put in the During the first nine months of the HT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. ond this fish did not exceed an inch and tho Ohio Penitentiary, from Athens current fiscal year the revenue receipts Managed b John B.'fish, a half In length. It was one ofthe most county, Ohio, poured a ladel of mol- amounted lo $100,825,108, an Increase of have come. The martins saddle Ihli beautiful Gab we have ever seen. Every waui" borM will ilaod the prts-eten irou on his right leg and foot, in $2,651,093 over the corresponding period Add Myers, son of J. C. P. Myers, died aeaiou at my itable at lover of fish who has a pond should Kiuuuioo Hiring Tooth Ilirrow.J last week. V 10. Uo Time waa sired order to disable himself, so that ho ofthe last fiscal year. H with carp. They are undoubtedly by aiunawill Jackioa; dim Don Cameron will sail for hu rope Ma New lot of watches and jewelry just stock taliiliiullo flralnand H.vWol all kind,; also might not havo to work. lUlcbaxsar; graudiui by a success. Ross Burnslde caught one day 10. Arriving there, he is to leisurely received at J. L. Whitehead's. Frauk. Hay and Wool. -- Ikft. River a string of thirteen through England, In tho Pennsylvania Legislature a travel in a The following marriage licenses have this week In Pix I Molina Siilksy Flow.) and line, consisting of 0 -'THREE JACKS! introduced prohibiting Ireland and Scotland. He will spend the been issued since lat report: Henry CI add fish, with a book bill has been bass averaged toila-r- y bass and 7 newllgbla. The abroad. to Louisa Edwards; Jerome Adams At same place, I will stand tbns Jacks. any attempt to personate, in'any show entire summer 10 inchea in length. Several gentlemen in In a test cue at Cincinnati Judge Illg-leA. Mulllns; James Chaalun to Mary VI &fiP (his community who are lover of fishing or theatrical performance, any being DaP decided that live pigeons are included Coffey; Thomas Gulnn to May II. Johnston; A UILLIAMS, are tnakimr an effort to atock Dix River recognized as Divinity in tho New or la the statute against the toilure of any liv- Joslab Metce to Mary A. Pointer. The fine partnrrihlpJiek.wlltMrreuirreatitf Manaeis lluilour III, Depot with newlighU. They have seiutd several Kufure lick cult and III) for a Jennet. Old inOld Testament. d ing dumb creature, which will interfere Mr. K. B, Smith sold his Mark if mrfc weaulug aud county and put tbe fish they J Cull all luiurtd u at o10, Urns. tVnbei at H. If a uire Is terest in Iho town bill lo J. U. Piter, for poods in the TjiuEmancipatiou Proclamation was with plgeou shooting matches. a two barrels of Iradod or i.uioied Uljro utlluj lime, Ibo I.. UITIIKIIN, Fit subjects for Berglu Phil. Evans, a $240. Mr. Otter already" owned'the other caught In the river. About la forfeited and teawn uiuit be promptly Miiisued twenty years ago already. lled. When grui li lufflileut t will keep mart! a colored boy, killed a fine yearling colt in third. J. H. Otter sold lu Dr. A, O. Lov-e- small newllgbla have been put in Msnsier 1 anculcr Prpol; assttt In stock- lew week! at SI.M and Jeuuata at II Per uioutb; to All fishermen are asked to a house and lot on Main street, adjoin-in- e ing tbe river. They will assist greatly in be pall when itoik li taken out. Tbe toll! held In the cat of the people of Long Is- Nelson county, because it kicked hint when bouud for the mojud, but uy i'u,louur,,wllh very for $500. Tbe bouse this by nutting back in the river aucb fish few eaceplloni, pay ma promptly without tbe bis land City against their Major, Henry 8. he tantalized il. A brute at Covlngtsn attention wlllbs it. resulted for tb city knocked bis horse down with a rail and cut is now occupied by J, W. Brown as a law as,, (hey may catch as have not attained gl reu Iballleu. I'rouipi perioiiillulcreil of my pi. DtUvolne, a verdict accouiuiod atloo and i will aasltt (he tioni, lu the liable lor acclJ. uii. Msnsger HIcbuoDd 1'ipol but not bru I vcltr, for $100,700. The Mayor was charged with out Its tongue Ucausq It stopped lo rest office. Ur.iLoveU will llvo In this proper- - tbeir full growth. If all April e, ISM. I.KVI HCHBLE, river ran toon be bountifully stocked, jr. wholeale ruibeulement of the city's fund. after pulling a heavy load up a long hill. stooe-roowell-to-d- FURNITURE lu snow-storm- to-d- GEO.D.BUltDETT&CO., :i . jjs-- -.- - a; Turnpike Election. thrre-year-ol- 7- 5 brick-wor- one-ha- lf Thursday, April well-bre- d 1883, ISI-t- d a TWO FINE JACKS. a -- "WO 3D 3FJ.! r-- ON TIME! swBixJ5fcjsswP'T ' i d 3SS32P i GEORGE D. VUEAREIV, Stanford. .iti:r. y DFLI3NT O 33! two-thir- luiur-aur- y. ll rlijfiiflkkHSiHiaUAfflWoX XisHSBsHBPP store-bous- bn-flt- 'BBHBBBaJPs' ii. wi;aui:n, 4 r !i J. In Ilia market at voui prostration and waa burled In Circle BOTLE COUNTT. RhaiTer'n Gallery. ville, O,, Saturday. She waa the ddllresa . .. D ant Hit. of the ClrcletlUe Herald and correspondent Gtorgj Rowsey and Melie Preston A hook home-madthree-sprinJersey of aeveral large ilallr pipen and author of were married al the County Clerk's office wagon for sale at W. II IIlKjrlna'. a conalderable ntimbet of poetnt over ihe on Tuesdsy, by Itev. W. F. Taylor. Tao9.1ayMoriiljiff- Aprjl 17, 1S83 Fon BAt.r. A haudaomc resldenco. new de plume of Kenneth, published In Mr. John McClane died on Sundsy. Will aell very cheap. V. Craig, Htanfon!. Century, Scrlhner and other msjrstlnes. agd 00 years. Deceased was one of the LOCAL TIME CARD. I. At the time of her death ahe waa enaroaa- - very old citizens of Boyle connly. having Hon fall to see the handsome designs Ing clerk of the Ohio Senate. Mail Train, Daily. lived here for many years. The funeral In Tea, Dinner and Chamber Pets at II. O, Psmcs llaoford going North I 15 r. tr. (Successors took place t oday. & Go,) 3 00 P. M. might's. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. riilh 1 ii The firm of Gentry A Farrta has Accommodation, Dailf Except Suniar. Now la the time lo have your photo D. N. Prewltt bought of James Psxlon been disiolved, the latter selling his Ingoing Nntlh ....... ...(I it 4 M. graphs taken. Call Have just received an elegant stock of at fihafier'a any kind 10 sheep al $.,. p. M. Houlh I terest to his partner. Mr. Farrls will as of weather. The proprietors of the Lincoln Mills sociate himself with Mr. W. If. Harris In LOCALJjOTICES, J. W. Hayjikn has received a nice new want to buy wheat. the dry goods business. T. D. Nswland sold lo James Dudde-ra- r IIuv Paint of IVnnr A MoAIInler. lot of Spring Clothing llwln't yon heller Wakefield, Farrls A Hsrrls, on Sstur-daa hone for $1!W. Fisilt.vo Tackls at Moltolwr ts A Slav's. and fret a bargain of him 7 sold to Israel Ilrown, of Cintl.,80 Wo have a lot of seed while coin for liANiinmi'uflnrilfiiHrtfd al Mcllobtrts head of 1,000 lb. hulcher catlle at 6) els. I'noF. A UN eii llooEna rwle to Harroda-bur- g sale. Thornton and Ilobt. Porter. . HlARR Same gentlemen sold to W. II. Prewltt, of on Ma bloyola Saturday, a distance of Farmers tell us that Ibe wheal crop In Boyle county, 38 head of 1,000-lb- . Nick stwk of MrlluUr oir.ls t l'rnnr A bulcher f.vAll.l., 20 in I In., In two houra nnd ten mlnulia. this locality Is coming out wonderfully. cattle al I cents. I.ANniimi'H (lanlen K r!i, in Imlk mid Kentucky rata! more Irish potatoea New ixrr of frame and picture frame The fine properly of Rev. J. 8. Hays In siers, at Penny & McA litter's. last year than any other State In Ihe was sold nnd cornice molding, and full line of SUurday to Mrs, M. B. McAlisler, Watch w, Clock ami Jewelry reiialrrul South. .., , . for $5,050. The personalty brought good . at II. K. WrarenV. Pilrca low. Call ml warranted by IVnny t McAllitrr. ii i iihtc n good, geruii) iuiik cow anil a Kui.l. stock of Fishing Tackle of all klmls and c'o for yottraclvcM. yearling steer for sale. It. K Ilurow, prices. Dr. Hays will shortly remove to can now Im found at I'riin ft AtcAIIittrVi Qnlncy, Illinois, where he has been engag Wk iiavb It by lelephone that Kmllr Stanford. W.O. Alexander luiighl of Tilford ed ss pastor of a church. (lihinn waa Iried before Judse Ilrown al PERSONAL A "Post" of the Grand Army of Ihe Alexander his I year old combined mare Miss Kva Ahams, of (larmJ, Is U IIiiMonvilleyealerday on a writ of tie luniil Republic waa organized Saturday evening foniiKKi'irmfaatid aent to Ihe Aaylum nl for $.100. IttajC Ml HIH Kichsrd Ilibh sold lo Wm. II. Cloyd a at (lie Xiiittneolhce by the election of Ihe In cuatody of Daniel Miller. went In Somerset MivJ. W. Au-onthree-year-ol- d gelding for $150 and a hull following officers, viz: 8. S. Fry, Post jraterilajrlloMlcnil Circuit Court. CoMMi-ntuNri- i Commander; Geo. II. Dobyns, 1st Vice IIaum haa decided for calf for $.'. MikoMaiiy lluiutirrr, of Ixniittille, the Information of druggi! that a mixThe Joint public salo of horse slock Commander; I). B. Goode, 2d Vice Com in httn vliltlng Mr. lien 8ialillnjr. ture of whlaky, rock candy and tar water by Cecil Uros. & Itue and mander; D. A. Murphy, (1 M; 8. 1). Van Uruce & Ilsrlan. Mil. amu Mm. Jot. Simmons, of lllch-mom- l, a lieM Pell, Adjutant; John Webber, Surgton. lo I a compound liquor, and that of Danville, will tako nlsce Thtirsdsvnext. aro vitltin; at Kid. H. II King'. On Saturday evening as Mr. Rtch'd tray peraon whomakea it for aale and David Lockwood. of IJovd counlr. -- Oui.. T. V. Varnox went to Foley's liltlo elli It in any quantity whatever, will be wsnls to bet $500 that he can daughter, Alice, cut nnd set yclerdsy to attend Circuit Court. required lo pay aprcial lax a rectifier, ai up 100 shocks of corn, 12 hills square In a aa playing near Ihe kitchen door of Ihe To which they take pleasure in calling the Dr. II. 1'. IirTM and Miss Florence, of attention of buyers genfamily residence she fell Into a cistern that The oi.n Iniiaditants. There are liv erally. Wc have MoKlnusy, wfr here lioptnc jrcxtrrJar. M. B. Dawson sold to Thomas Itobln-so- n had ben left uncovered. A negro girl Mm Doha Straihi went to Lllr Hat" ing In Stanford (even pereona whoae com23 acres ol land fronting on the plko who saw her fall In waa so frightened that to rlsll her sister, Mr. V. W. John-son- . bined age fool up OC'J year or an average and adjoining -Mr. ltoblnaon, at $C0 rer she did not try to rescue her, but commencof over Hi yeara. Their names are Mcaara. ed to scream at Ihe top of her voice. The Mui. Katk Duiiumuh liu gone to Itoy Stewart 92; Peyton KmbreeHl; Judge The Furmen J feme Journal estimates girl's screams brought Wash Cowan, a colthe cities to lT In her spring and an miner W.C1. Ilalley81j J. U. Warren 7!j lltv that the advance in price of lands in Ken-luck- y ored boy to the scene just in time to grasp millinery slock. S. 8. McIUibcrla 7C; Wealey Itout 77; and since 1SS0 has been fully CO per the child aa she was sinking for the third In Rhadames, Mcrvcillcux, Moire and Gros Grain Silks, Nun's Veil-- JutOB (J, IIailcy haa grown rery old uncle Lewia Hocker, col , 83. In addi- cent. Keene's Foxhsll has gone nmls and time. When tsken from the cistern the much worjB In the Inat few days, and hla tion to theae there are a acoie or more over ing, Henrietta Cloth, Hunting, Tamisc Cloth, &c., and, in fact, a probably will not start in the KnglJah City child nss thought lo be dead, but after a death may occur at anjr time. 70, all of which ahowa that the climate of few minutes was restored to consciousness, Mim Katie Hail accompanied Mira Stanford ia highly productive of longevity and Suburban Slakes. Ten to one Is laid Nice Assortmcut of Dress Goods generally. nnd is now none the worse (or the accident against Lorillsrd's Iroquois. FannU fJsrope home from school Friday Tin: Stanford Orehentro, after a silence Fon Sale. Twelve good hogs, ICO to that came so near resulting fatally, and spent lilt Monday with her. Messrs. A. II, and Fred Bonner, sons Mia. IlrTTvncAZ(.EYanil Mis Nan- - ol some months, has begun practicing 180 pounds, suitable for the June market, of Mr. Robert Bonner of the New York ld of Lancaster, were the guealaof again with a full complement of musicians anil a good high-grad- e red nle Krsns, corntsllngof l.tsnd 2J violin, flutes, clar bull, an excellent breeder. R. T. Young. Mger, stopped off from the Cincinnati Mra. Tlios. Ittcliards, jeJtenlsy. Southern on Saturday to see some DanMrs. T. V. Ballew, of Qarranl, who ionet, onrncl, trombone and baas violin near Inrneravllle. They intend lo have, in a short time, a lien Ilowlea, a colored man near North ville friends and also to see Lady Bowman, Hamburg and Swiss Embroidery, India Trimmings, Everlasting Trimhaa bteu flailing her brother, Mr. William fimt-claaorchestra. There la no reaaon Middlclown, has a mare that is 23 years old the dam of Pickord, now the property of Lackey, returned home Saturday. mings, Tucking, Laces, Ladies' Neckwear, Hosiery, Corsets, Fans, Messrs. Logleman A Fields. The Messrs. Maj. F. U. Kiiinev called lo are ui why wo should not have an orchestra that and has foaled him 21 Urine hone snd Stanford ought to be proud of, for the mule colts Her produce has netted him Bonner spend a good portion of their time Parasols, &c. WHITE GOODS in endless variety, and a splendid Saturday, lla.aaya he la netting along aa in Kentucky and other parts of Ihe South, well a he could expect. He seems to be members are all musicians of no small $1,000 In cash, besides he has now from her assortment of LAWNS, GINGHAMS, &c. having just returned from South Carolina merit, snd with proper application and two horses worth f 275. eery popular with the people. practice, will, in a short time, surprise Good catlle are lieing sold at 7 cents and Georgia, where they have been spendLittle Mils' 1'kaui. IlimwtiiiK ia caA large stock of Carpets, Rugs, Oil Cloth, Matting and Wall Taper. for summer delivery. Mr. W. K. Denny ing the winter. They are enthusiastic fanpable of bI'IiK lesions In the piscatorial even themselves. ciers and good judges of fine stock, as well We hesr that --Mr. K. Zimmerman, of the sold last week to Rev. Wm. Crow, of Gar-rar- d The handsomest stock of Ladies' and Gents' fine custom-mad- e Shoes art, at waa proren by the number of the couoly, his reildence and grounds sit- as very agreeable gentlemen. Mr. C. J. G. fiony tribe ahe captured the other evening. X. K. It , has associated hlm.elf We also keep a full line of Eastern-mad- e Brontton.Com. Ally, of the Ashland Dis- in the city. Boots and Mr. J. W. Hascix, of the 1'eacock with several other gentlemen and com- uated on Irvine Street. The price paid trict and Capt. J. K. Hindman. candidate Itichmond Itegister. Shoes, which wc oiTer at low prices. In addition to our. large stock Coal Co., waa here. He sajs that two or menced to extend his railroad, which now was $1,500 cash. Mr.T C. Coleman sold at KiJd's salo for Lt. Governor, were in town Thursday. thrcs new esses of small-pa- x are reported terminates Jt drove, to a polnton theTrtct Hon. Tbos. II. Corbiu, of McCracken coun of Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing c keep a nice line of Cas- at I'ilman and that one of the old patient" Fork pike a mile beyond Mlddlcbuiv. It a fine pair of bay mares for $CC0. Mr. L W. lerhune sold to Stephen Lucas one ty, candidate for Register of the Land Of simcres, in pants and suit patterns, which wc arc offering at low figis said that Mr. 7. 's Idea in doing this la to baa diet). fice, was in Danyille, Friday. Mr. Kuztnmi Ntvitra left for oiTer as great inducement ss powibln for car load of hogs lo be delivered bv !) was a devoted friend of the late Mr.Corbin ures. A general line of Gents' Furnishing Goods. Col. M.T. llotieton, Texas, yrslcrdsy, hating teen Ibe proposed railroad to Gallatin, Tenn , 15th of Msy, at $7 00. Also 10 catlle to Threlkeld A Curry at IJc, to be delivered Chrirman and the hitter's friends naturally in'ormed by telrgram that her daughter, lulsko tbatconrse. It is also said that he NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, rally around Mr. Cor bin, and will do all Wc sell the light-runnin- g Harrodsburg Mra. 0. A. DeWall waa dsngeroualy ill proposes to run this road through Middle-bur- g by ihe 15th of June. they can lo advance his interests. Mr.O. which is one of the very best machines in use. Parties in need of a with Inflammation nf the bowel a. if the people of lhat town will sub Fifteen thousand acres nf the finest W. Evans, of Crab Orchard, has been Ouh Editor's health tin so much im scribe $1,000; but this latter seems Im Isnds are abandoned lo the flood In Miss spendiuga few days with his brother. Col. machine can save money by giving us a call. proved that ho waa able to atari on a trip probable, as il would necessitate the build W. F. F.vans, of this county. Mr. W. L. issippi and Arkansss. The present rise Is Thomas, of Lexington, agent - for the Muto Miaaourl am probably to Kanaaa Sun- ing of two bridges which would col very still continuing at the rale of six inches per tual Benefit Life Insurance Co. of Newark, day, Ida phyaician having prescribed audi heavily. day, and will cover nearly as great an ex- N. J., was here. Hon. W. O. Hansfoid recreation for him. Ilia brothir, Kddie Senatorial Convention. It will be tent of territory as in March. The dam-ac- e and Maj. F. D, Rigney, the candidates C Walton, accompauiril blru. for thu fcute Senate spoke here asen by reference to another column that will be confined chiefly to Ihe inuda-tio- n thne in authority have filed Tueidav, LOCAL MATTERS. of cropa. Call for Senatorial Contention. May 2'Jj, aa the day and Slanfurd as Ihe Danville Court. Very large crowd At a meeting io Stanford, Ky., on ll.e of teed aweet polatcca at II All kinds place for a delegated convention lo settle in stlendance at Court yesterday. About lltb April, 18S3, of the Democratic ExecC. HrlghlV who shall be oar candidate for State Sena250 csttle of fair quality on market, sell- utive Committee for the 18th Senatorial District, all the members being present, W. Wanted. Country Uacon, eiptciallr tor. The delegates are lo lie selected by ing at for common lo 66c. for G. Welch, Chairman, called the meeting to t ahouldera. II. C. llriirhU .' meetings on Salurdsy, May 12th, best and mora could have been sold order,' and R II. Tomlinson was elected if I had wool and one delegste will be allowed for every had them. I!ut few mules on market and Secretary. On motion the following reso Ik you want the super two-pl- y 50 votes cast for Ulsckburn and a fraction those selling carpela go lo J. W. Hayden'ii. at usual prices. Horee show lutions were adopted: llttolved 1st. That atfelegated convention over -- '. The manner is about the same as was good. More than usual number was of the democratic party be and is hereby Komiiton A Owsley have Jtwt received a primary election snd looks as fair for the shown. H. T. Bush, Auct. called to meet at Stanford, Ky,, on Tuesa large line of Zsiglcr ahoea. "goose as for ihe gander." Mr. W.J. Lyale The report from the London agent of day May 22d, '83, to select a nominee of SiurrEK will take a nice picture of your represented Uoyle at the meeting; Hon. It the Department of Agriculture makes a the party for tbeolfice of State Senator. II, Tomlinson, Garrard; D. W. Vandeveer, probable decrease In the area of wheat In liaolvcd --M. lhat the democracy of each reaidenceand family on abort notice. , voting precinci of the 18th District are re Casey (by proxy) and Col. Welch, of course. Great Britain fifteen per cent, and ten per quested to meet at their usual voting KcuEuntH we still aell a good N 0. an- this county. cent, in trance, there is also a reduction place at - o clock, p. m. on Saturday, May garia pounde for II. C. Uright, On Friday nibt last, near Halls Gap. of area in Itussia. In Austria and Hun 12, 'S3, and select and accredit delegates to Saml. Dickerson'8 Huaecll county Dra- - Tolbert Marlin and Thorns Napier arrest- gary the full breadth ha been aown. The the raid Convention of May 22d, and that zilian sweet potatoea for seed at A. Owaley ed one Thomii Smith on suiniciort aud condition of the plant at the present time each of said precincts shall be entitled in aaid Convention to one delegate for every h Son's. lodged him in jail here. Smith claimed to is not generally very favorable. 50 votes cast therein for Gov. L. P. BlackDen H.Jones baa blown out over 400 burn at the August election 1879. and one If You want a nice picture frame deap, be from Frankliu county and on hla way to call atShaQer' Picture Gallery, Stanford, Glen Mary, Tenn. He waa riding a large stumps from a 100 acre field with Giant for every fraction over 25 JVorirfedhatin any case every precinct shall be entitled to Kentucky. black horse about 9 years olJ, nearly 10 piwder. The wheat crop has come out at least one vote if such precinct cast more Picture of every alteand stylo taken bands high, which he olTsrcd to sell for wonderfully and Is now fairly booming in than 5 votes for Blackburn. The precinct meeting shsll be called to order and pre any kind of weather at SaalTer's Gallery, $00, but Wlin to get that price said he this sretion. O Djoley sold 100 hogs about 250 Ib., for May delivery at sided over by the County Committeeman would take $30. The ollitvrs here teleStanford, Ky. i' i If precinct If pre.-en-t, ll ni II. O. Thomas bought 350 of that shall organize by electingnot, owne graphed lo those of Franklin asking if any 0 cents. meeting its I HAVE opened a ahne-ahoat my stable, such man ever lived in that county, stock hogs to be delivered from tha 15th Chairman and Secretary. The latter offreand where repairing of all kind will be done. ceived an answer iu the negative Smith to 22d of April at 0 cents, and resold tbem icer shall certify to the Convention the A. T. Nunnelley. Is about 21 years of uge, is rsther seedy to Charles W. Keith & Co., of Cincinnati names of Ibe delegates selected by the meeting, and Ihe Instructions If any. The good looking and Is, or pretend to be, very ig- at CJ cents. Winchester Democrat. All the new ahidc in Chairman or each County Commitlie shall, Wakefield & Farrls bought from Tom. at a reasonable time before Ihe said 12th and in cheaper gooda, with trlrumiuga to norant, not belug able to give his pjUollica Desires to csll attention to Ibe Larue snd CouiprehcuilTS Stock of or the niiue of any ofllclat Iu tho county Robinson, of Garisrd, his fine sorrel mare, day of May, Itsne and publish a call to the match, ctn be found at J. W, Ilayden's Democracy of his county, calling attention , boclalmi ai htsowu. Hi a 1 yeara old for $330. It D. A A. E Logan Call and examine my stock of Furni- few days longer until some will bs held of sold to Lehman & Bro., of Baltimore, to and explaining the method anl object OroccrlcH, ProrlHloiiM, CoiifcellonerleH, Tobacco, ClgHt-Hinfjrmstion asol these precinct meetings, and he shall ture, Ac; it is now full and complete, and him can be received, notices in regard to their fat catlle, numbering 70, at7 cents, to certain by examination of the poll of Aug- Which be keeie always oukiuj. Mskcs a speclslty ol Handling Qooda st Wholesale on Small Trodls. prices are lower than ever. Ii. K. Wearen. him having been sent lo the officers of all Undelivered in July. L. W. Hudaon sold ust, 1879, the number of votes, upon the Goods delWered m wlUIn town limits free of cbsrge. 01 head to the sime party at the same foregoing basis, each precinct in his counThe Court of Appeala haa reverted the the sdjsceul counties. ty will be entitled In and publish the same decision of the lower Court in Ihe care of Damaged NrcK. A joung man of high price. These cattle wllf average about In his call W. O. Welch. Ch'm. pounds, and prohibly nowhere in the Todd vs. Klrbr, appealed from the Itock-csat- le law and musical attainments, while out R, II. Tomlinson, Sec'y. Stale could two bunches be found to equal Circuit Court. with hla guitar indulging In a moon Danville Advocate. SKIT AllM. ItTISKHKMS. light Hvnsnuda to his fall dulciana on them In value. Mihs Hose IIiciiahuj will receive Cincinnati -- Receipts of cattle "very Saturday night, bcoime dry (perhais from a large and lot of choice flow small. Common to medium $2 75CH5: good era from Louisville, which she will sell thestyleof muslo be was singing) and not MAJ. KIGMJY, to extra butcher grades $525(70 50; cows seeing a fountain, well or brook from cheap. Call atence and se them. and heifers $5 25C; common lo fair ship or Ciifj.ii a rssdldils lor blsts tsiDitor, 18th which to quench his parched llpa about the Diitrlct, subject Iu the snluu of lbs dtiuocrstlo -pers Wk have never teen vegetation of all domicile 75, good lo choice $3 85(3050; rsrljf. WITHof his fslr one, upon looking stackers and feeders $l.750. Receipts of kinds come out as It has In several days about blin glitdiscovered a puiup-hsudl- e put. Surely wo can't be luietaken this tering in IIih bright mooulight Iu the bsck hog liberal Selected butchers and heavy sblpwrs $7 C5o7 8j with none of Ihe best time when wo say "Spring time has come yard of a neighboring house. Ths shareholders of Ihs Stanford A lluilonvllla oosale. Fair to good psckers $710 gentle Annie!" through a crack, in the fence, he started as Turnpike Co. will meet at lllllft't Store, Turn-- f 7.05; stcck hogs selling at $5.7507. rtrlll., DAI UUIMY, MAY ft, lU, si 3 o'clock Mu. Wm. HitnwNiNO received a telegram only a man can, who lis been on a -bheep-f- slr lo extra IJfVi.OJc. Oilerlng of I'. M., lor ths elKllou vl 1'ietldcot and directors lor tuseruulcit year. last night stating thai a man tiuplovtd on serenade, for Ihe aforesaid pump-- h inIM lambs wry light snd market strong. Good J. V.tSII, Vrmlilrnt. the construction train i;ot legs so bad- die, lo be abruptly met, In Ihe region of to exlra Tesrllngs 5(Gloj spring limbs ly niashed between two oars llval they will tho left oricular appendage, by an Invisible or$350C)5 50erhesd. have to bo amputated. Tho accident oc- wire slothca line, which threw blru backcurred at Iirodhesd. ward about thirty feet at full length Umiii LINCOLN COVKTr. -Tbs itiarrbolJers ol Ihe Turnemllle, McKlnnrr Klsliou A Cuir.t's Mill Turnpike Itoad Co. will Yesterday') steady rain waa an un- the green award. He says be don't mlud PreachtrtrilU, uiwl slJonrs' btore, IKKInusjr, FRIDAY, MAY Miss Laura Adams' school Is progress- 4, I8S3, at o'clock a. at., for Ihs election of fresl-Us- ui pleasant change from tho bright, pleasant the black and blue line under his car, but sad directors for lbs (niulug jesr. spring days of the pint week. New sprlag he dreads the confinement he will have to ing nicely. IVLKU, VrtutdtHt. Miss Allie Brown, of (l.irrard, la visundergo while hla now spring suit, which suits bad to be thrown aside, and anticipaiting the Misses King. ted Sunday afternoon drives poalponed on be had that night donned, is going through A Sabbath School of 10 member was the part of the youug men, till "some oth- a couree of repairr; having givsu his old suit to a pcor orphan, It is nteiless to organised last Sunday by Rev. W, J, Holla-claw- , er Sunday" In consequence. ThsabsrsbtUtrsofths Hsnglog Fork A Urtca Sup't. Hltr Turnpike lioid Co. wllluirelstJentV btore. sly that the aerenade adjourned, McKIulct.od bATUHIMY, MAY 6, ISM, st Jim IIamleu, of color, waa awarded the Rev. Thomas M. Vaughan, of Dan- o'clock a.m., for thssltctloaof i'rtsldeal snd diDEATHS contract for building the water-table- , ville, will preach here on the 5th Sunday rectors lor Ibe eoiulns lur. Nicest picture frames lmmmmmm DAVE YANDELL Will m permllleil lo srv len or Arisen sprrors-- l mires st nystsUs) miles from Btsnfortl nn lbs Knott ....Jta 2 Mekplkest EDMISTON & OWSLEY if. t $10 to Insure Colt. a to Ohcnault, Severance C DRY GOODS! NOTIONS, Ysn-d- ll riKCntPTtON ANDPr.OmnER.-I)i- TS will bs a run ol.l Ihf SOtliof Str, III lisnd I Inch, Mood hir with hear? mine snl lull sail will when full s marnlflreol mis bj Tetrtrrsm; dTe!ortFrank Wot ford; hone, flrsd hs bf hs be Tslrgrsph, (who wss s bmtbrr to Allen Laorst snd fttorkbrlJr Chlef.i hs bjr Hill's IiUtk llswk, cf Hrtil(trrt. VI ; hsbjr in snd he by therrfirlnal Justin Morgan. Ttltgram's itam l7 Itorrt Mc.lsrr, Jr , 71 dim br Whlpp; 1 dim by Waxy Dits Vindel's dim ll s One rsmblodl mirs from Wnodford rotinijr snd ol unknown fed-te- rn now btil I will t sli'e to set It In a short tins UI 2nt H. II. CROW, Htanronl, Kr. Fancy Boy! r-,- CLOTHING, BOOTS, Trunks ? smsbririnr Itar. ha o!d thNKprln. Un.lt high, tired r !', IKsrsm's 7 Wilt make lbs present mason st mi itslile, on Ihn old Uintill pike, 4 mill from Lsnmter, it ft tXrtlptlon Fane? 1107 It to. CuMjIa -- u rihojr II lioi-w- Orn. milieu 10 oearooi nrttMtr it snd hs lis Urn noil hn ttmv I will..) ilin.l Shoes, Hats, TWO tnj .TACKS. & Valises, BEECHF.rt,OTesr,oldAiiguit2n ISM IJJ hands brother loPrlnee. Will srrrs mnretst I fblsh.liatr a colt lour months old. JIM Iron Jiek, iVi hands and will seres mires st 9H to Insures colt four months old. All msreslradid before the fict la aacertalned for ,!lt."'M?,on Tb progenr of sll I ho sboeo stock will be reipooilble lor the season. ' ww.iiunnr.K. PHIL SHERIDAN ! This fins Korman million will mike the pretest reason stb.ll. Daughmsn's stable, 1 mile Horn btin-for- d, urJr A Handsome Stock of Dress Goods rAZ JZfKm rQ 'JW st SsCSs ii J.r $15 frt InQiirn IHUUI V. " Colt. 14 ABDALLAH MESSENGER! This Combined Bullion will nuke tbs present UutonrUle FCJLILi LIZZIES hm,n',l,u'.,,1i miles from 912.00 to lwsunr. A Atumepbce, wlllslsoitsnd Ooett HOsnd the other at Si 133-!- colt. I1HON. TWO GOOD JACKS. nilidllMAN lo Intura a coll. CHAMPO! a lft The fins Imported Norman Ptnllloo. will niske ths tesoo of IM st the ttabls of J M Wrajr, st "link fottige." IK miles Irom Stanford, AT 815 THE SEASON. A WALL PAPER ! Chtmpo lis dark grar. 17 hands hlb, wclsln I, CO J jiounda snd Is 3 jcar, old the 2Stn nf Mir neat. He It of fineitrleand acllon, good In Ihe. Joint, well ribbed and laree bodr. wltb w.ll..liiiw.l snoulden; held sod neck well set on. He wit f...i ported by (J. W. StuLbllleld A Co., of lllootnloi;-toHI., September If. las.' I2!MI 823 TO IXSlTItH COLT! WKAY A WAUEI'IDI.n ABDALLAH GLENCOE! MyComblned SUllton.wlll stand tbe present lotion st in j tttble.IK miles South-we- lt of lluttontllle on ti e JIuitonTllle snd Liberty STSl rosd at 3j5c. lt TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, vT"S M'KOBERTS & STAGG'S frj.W SIOTOJNSUHK COL1, A " fl. Druggists and Booksellers, Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky. Grocerios, Provisions, &c, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- Uonsy due wbm the colt 11 foaled. Trading ths tnsrsforfelU the Insurance snd uascs the uitou due. Men retilned on tbe colt 1111 season la paid. Abdallsh Ulencoeis atesutlful brown, of Hue bons snd lumcls aod If a natural esddls horse; has trotted on a trick In 2:15 33 wltb only two months' bsnJIlnz. Its bss produced Km of the finest horses In the otste and a Isrger per cent, of extra walkers than any hone I know; wss tired by Jo. Elmo, he by Alexander's AbJil-li- h, hs by Hsmblttonlsn; Jo. Kliuo's dam by Mtmbrtno MeueDjer; he by Msnibrlno l'symsi-le- r; Jo. Abdsllah's lit dim by Willie D; he by Foreigner; be by Imp. Ulenco; 2d dim out of a thoroughbred, known si ths Double-bes-d snd lius-sir- d mire: Willis D.'s lit dsm Slsrllgbl, by by Imp. (ilenco; StaiUM's Cherokee; hit dim lit dsm by WooJpecker. H. C. BRIGHT.E- Ac, My aelf to be a Fine McElroy Jack Will stand st ths time place on the rauio teru s. Its Is shout I5i bands high snd has proren him- - sSTA.isriro3KX5 - - - re: v., St. ANiiph Block, flriKlst, breeder. I refer you to thsfoilosinggeutleuienas to tbe breeding of ths sb ire stock: J J, Krje, J. K. Baughuan, Wm. Dodd, L. F Shsrp. J. 1'. Illn, Uuiiomllle: E. II. Ilurntlde, SUBiord, Ky. I csn lurnliU pxitursce st reatousble rstsa.. ISJ-lfc. N. l'IIHKI.t, Iluitomllls. Abdallali MossongoH gg- - iisjiisfi-r- - " F. I. WE ARE READY! Men's, Boys' & Ked nay italllon; 1 bandi; lonle.1 1871; bred by Cbss. Dunn, htinford, Ky sired by Mcueoger Chief, lire of Maud Slewenger; record, record, 2.29; Abel ALdal-ls- h, Msrsel, i7Tatfrtt old; IRtlls Ucll Miggle Stewart, '.1:20 gait at 3 yeenold, and other promitlngonee. litdiuiKii-l- o by rieutloel, snd ths ilrs of Von Arutiu, 2.I9K, Annells, 2 2.1&, T A.2 2C, Youns; heull-ne- l, i.K; Vlisodlere, 2.2C1,. Mlguou, H.aTJi; i.ii; Itras C, 2:20 gait st s yesra a 1.10 trfsl, .; Ou,. Tcir-oIJ trial, gilt at yesrs old, $55 Tunipiko JEsicotioii. Children's 7Jllo t Turnpike lMcutiou, ClOTHIIiG! iir- mciffTIM' ro Turnpike Election. ABUNDANCE (Irsud beutlnel. i tenllnel It fall brother lo Yolniiteer, tbe lire offet. Jutlea, 2:11 Ji; vloiter, 2:17; Alley. :1V; llodlus. S;l'Ji: Urtser, in.l MUij tinnier. 2:20; Amy, iccre more In lbs 2 SO clue. 2d dun Kitty ltltsrs, tbs record, 3 00; 4yesr-ol- d dim of llrtle (llrl, record. 2.37. snd tbs grindnu ol ilsud Wei-M- n record, 2.2M4; br Alexsnder's r, Abdillsb. the sirs olUoldtiolta MilJ, Ml; Hots-lln2.21 Aliuout. Aldillsh Tnorndile, l'llol. Ac., Ac. 3d dim by lUd Jiikct. (tire of the dim of Kentucky Wllkei, 2.21, ltd ths grsndsui of to 80. sud lledWIIkii.ilrsol riilfTUoiup. sou, record, 2 21 I by t'ouiet; by Ibe sire of Veriuout lllsck llswk the tire of III Inn Allen sod Ullur ollur trotters. Iteil to !ack Jaiket'sdsui was sired by s llswk. 4thdiiu sn eslis road mire brought from the North by W. L. Vsuce, of Uenvrrvuxty, sail maid tobeof Meaienrar bloo.1. eullllel snj Alex. snder's Abdjllsbsrs both by Uyhlyk'a llnobU-lonla- n, tbsgrsudtlrsof Mind 8., 3:U), and ths Orange (llrl, ilreofliealer, J'I7S, Nellie, 2,20; Uliello. 2:21, Jay llould, J.tlS, snd SO olbsrs Mewenger Chief wlili mv d of 2 SO sod Ulter. wtttl.exl by AUJilliU l'lckaid,2ilS; 2.M. l.t dim It ItwlJIui, lo (leu. (loo. II. Thoiuu, tire ol hxill'l 1 boiusa. 2 2 , br Uiuibiliu Mwtenger. tilt ., .'J, ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT! some time ago, at 75 cents per foot Dr. Clifton Fowler received a telrgram and be now has tho stone uecetaary for its Friday announcing the death, fiomcon-auntptloconstruction on the ground. It will be of hla nelce, Mtsa Ssllie Phelps, bull) alongside tho curbing fourteen inch. daughter of Hioiuet Plie'pi, of Madison ts wide and be so constructed as to drain county. -- MbsLillleC Dar.t, sister ol Mr. II. the street In front of the Court-Housau Improvement long needed, J Darst, died In Chicago last week, of ner- - o'clock, a.m. Gardening is the gossip of our clly at preeent. The gentle rains and sunihlns have made ihe pesch bloom to appear and Ths shsr holders ol lbs blsnlord X MllieJgotllle U will meet every thing is beginning lo put on anew Turnpike Ucsd bATUltUAY, si McCvriusck'e MAY ft, USJ, st oil appearance. Corn plsutlug is begluning in o'clock a, u.. lit lbs election of t'resldsnt snd director for tb cniulss sear. earnest. iw at 11 m vbivros roirtiCH, l'tetiantt. Tiirnpiko Election. Correct Styles and Low Prices. '23. tddiiuby Xmubrliiu Chief, Tlioin, 2.l)t, Womllord Mambrluo, Irsof 2:21)1, Uambrlno fatchen and otben. 3d dim by Imp. Nipolcon, Euglltli Hunter, Ac. Abdtllsb Mttteuger will wike Ihs snuon of ISM st Chsa. Dunn's, t mllrt Iroul Bliurui J, so Ituih llrsnch I A Iiscsiter pike J Ike, ulie fiom blauloid Panrllls plkl, si (20snd ullrs Iroui Laorinsr A to Insure) a Mars In 1'oal. Jioney due ss toon Ii ascertained. Slirti u lbs del 2.30 or belter, orsuebss that bars public bare produced records of j, nrti.l'riiKHVtiHi,Vrf BfillllE. wlEN & GO. trotters wltb recordi ol 2.30 or belter, msy bs bred lies ol ibarge. Addrett WILLIE O- UUNW. htaolord, Lincoln Co., ky. aitasasasa iiisiu. uy sitMeugcr imei, mu by AUtUlt.i.lre of llylti, 7IIV I.VHW, cw ssney fir, 2 SO, ie .1 will mill lbs leuoool ISM si fount Vox', Brjiuiiillle, Ky , si 113W.to Intuie O. II. a urns la fust ft ao7A.3r2ro3ax. Tacsday Morning, -trA.i ky. 17, 1883 April irjir I Nir.nn vnv. AMr.ntr.t is run klrtkxth not colo onNT' Tlio stato of Europe at Hint lino vrna notono which nflbnlcd surplus energy for distant enterprise. In tlio year 1000, when whito men first wintered In l, the Dano, Swegen was wresting the lordship of from tlio feeble grasp of Kthclrctl tlio Unrrtuljr. Itolicrt tho Delwnnir, unwnrliko son of tlio sagacious and valiant Hugh Capet, King of tiro French In namo, but in rcalitymnstcr of very littlo territory beyond tho immediate neigh borhood of Paris, was waging a donbtf ul strngglo with unruly vasmls, somo of whom surpassed tho crown in wealth and power. Tho youthful Otto UL, tho "wonder of tho world," Lad just mado his weird visit to tho tomb of his mighty predecessor at Aachen beforo starting on that last journoy to Homo which in less than two years was to cost him his life, Gcrbcrt, most emdito of Popes too learned not to "havo had dealings with tho devil Gcrbcrt, elect cd through Otto's influence- to tho hood ship of tho church, was but beginning to raise tho papacy out of tho abyss of in-- J famy into which tho preceding ago had seen it sink, and so to preporo tho way for tho reforms of Uildc-bron- d. In this year Stephen, first Christian King of tho Hungarians, began to reign, and tho power of heretical Bulgaria, which had threatened to over whelm tho Eastern empire, was broken by tho attack of tho Macedonian Basil. In this year Olaf Tryggvesson was overthrown, and tho kingdom of Norway divided for a timo between Swedes and Danes. In this year tho Christians of Spain met defeat at tho hands of Almansur, and tho Mohammedan dominion there still seemed destined to endure. From end to end Europe-waa sceno of dire confusion ; and though to us, looking back upon it, tho timo seems not devoid of promise, there-wano cheering outlook then. Nowhere were tho outline) of kingdoms or tho ownership of crowns definitely Bottled. Private war was both universal and incessant ; even the Truco of Qod had not yet been proclaimed. As for tho comh mon people, their hardships wero incredible.- Thcro was no commerce worthy of mention, and but littlo tilling of tho soil, except in serfage, and families were frequent and terrible, as y in India. In the chronicles of tho timo we find many reports of cannibalism, and oven of ghoulism, tho hoarid accompaniments of a season of Amid all this anarchy and starvation. misery, at tho close of tho thousandth year from tho birth of Christ, tho belief was general throughout Europe that tho Day of Judgment was at hand that the world, grown old in wickedness, was at length ripe for destruction. A period liko this was not fitted for colonial enterprise, becauso all tho vital energy in Europe was consumod in efforts for the adjustment of European affairs. Before a pcoplo can found colonies, it must have solved tho problem of political life at home, at least bo far as to secure stability of trade. It is tho mercantile spirit which has supported modern colonization, aided by tho spirit of romantic- odventuro and tho spirit of intellectual curiosity. In tho eleventh century there was uoiutcllcctual curiosity outeido of tho monastery wulu ; nor hod this feeling become unywhero enlisted in the service of commerce. Romantic adventure, such as there was, consisted Thero mostiy in brutal buccaneering. was no such tiling as n commercial and on land tho career of tho trader was restrained by tho robber Baron. In thoso days tho fashionablo method of compounding with your creditors was, not to offer them 30 cents on $1, but to inveigle- them into your costlo and broil thorn over a slow fire. liar-per- 's Magazine. tt, Fork-bennHn-glns well-nigma-rin- o, a mux co mm os r.nnoit. Edward Eggleaton saya : I remember to havo road that, many year ngo, riding to. town whero ho was' to lecture, was surprised to find that tho farmer in who--o vehicle ho traveled lclloved that Mr. Greeley, tho editor of tho beloved Wcrkly "tribune, wroto all tliNt wiw in it. When Mr. Phillips had explained to him that many hands m ero needed to mako a great paper, the man said: "Well, I s'poso so; but thcro's tho Farmer's Club articlesthem's Horoco all over." A Journal is an cpio with but ono hero in tho mind of tho man who docs not know with what voracity n great nowspojer or magnzino caU up human lives and swallows tho reputations and talents of ablo men in all departments of writing and management All tho labor, all tho skill of literary management and busi ness conduct aro carried up to tlio credit of tlio editorial head by somo people, and they will oven persist in remitting subscription money to an editor. It is hard for thoso nt a distance to imagino of tho many divcrso abilities that go to mako n supremo icriodical, and pcoplo aro surprised, wlion o great editor dies, that tho genius of journalistic conduct does not at ones forsako his periodical. Thoy find tho samo alertness, tho snmo discretion, tho very samo flavor as before, when, according to their notions, all of tliis should havo been buried with Cresar. I onco met a lady, who, being an enthusiastic admirer of tho Plymouth pastor, was utterly disgusted to find that certain lteantifnl editorial articles in the Christian Union, which sho had bcoD enjoying, wero "not written by Beechcr ," of at all, but by a man named M whom sho had never heard before. Tlio charactoristio quality of a periodical does not inhero in one man. It is tho resultant of many diverse geniusos, on offect like that scon in a rich window by tho buu passing through various bo arranged as to form n complcto whole. Tho chief editor gets all tho credit of this, as a sort of offset for having taken all tho blamo ; but neither credit nor blamo bolonjrs wholly to him. Tho great mass of gifted and effectivo workers in periodical literaturo necessarily go down into tho waters of forgct-- f illness. They work with tho heartiest enthusiasm, though tho ndmiriug public will never kuow them, but will clap its hands in applause- for somebody else. Only when a great editor dies, and tho magazine, or paper goes straight nhead in tlio path carefully marked out by him and his associates, do thoy rcalizo that thcro aro other men of noblo gifts at work ns well ns tho responsible leader. Even then tho amount and variety of Individual gifts that are used, absorbed, devoured to make n inagazino great, never enters into tho imagination of the public, which enjoys the repast but doesn't wish to bo tronbled by complex ideas as to tho modes of preparation. It is, indeed, ono chief euil of a master journalist t mako his periodical so groat that its quality will not dej.end on any ono manV life or continued service. highly-organized mo-dio- e, - tool. nt VUSTKtl. u'i QtiAD. nngrr, friendship, enthusiasm and fear, when it comes to counterfeiting t 'mvrry Hint's another thing. Let a lie drawn up in lino of battlo, and while one would look in vain for skulk-r- s ho would boo plenty of quivering bins and whito faces, and that, too, itioiig officer. Under tho influcneo ol four inoro lh.ui one Colonel has nlmn--Ioi,1 his regiment, more than onoBrig-ndie- r General has lost his reputation, of death is not cowardice Men iruw pule and trembled at tho roarol 'initio, aud yet tho knowlodgo of certain Wth would not have made them take n backward etc). Pethnps ono man in 1,1)00 is born without fear alwolutely careless ol itvrrything which makes other men afraid. Custer was such a man. In lieing linivo and reckless ho was only natural. Of tho cavolry officers, Kilpatrick, n somo think, would havo died sooner time exhibit fear, but it was moral courage t that held him to tho line. So with and many others whilo thoy had tc " brace up" under fire. Custer was tho samo in a fight as on dress parade cool, confident and clos ob. serving. Tho "ping" of a bullet had no moro significance to him than tho hum of a bee, and ho relied on his own efforts to get him out of a tisht fix. Soon after Custer's brigade went into d retho Shenandoah Valley u cruit canio dow u to ono of tho companies, and next day his regiment luul a light. Tlio rccmit stood his ground first roto for about an hour and then in quired of a comrade: "Say, havo wo licked 'em yet?" "No, not yet," was tho reply. "And they haven't licked us, either I" No." " You romemlicr I only got hero yesterday, and I don't know much about this business," continued tho recruit. "How shall I know when we are Ml regi-unin Mrn run rv.niltrtrfnlt nnMi. avmrkatliwl -- ...,......,,, j ......., lir Tor-bel- good-nature- raw-bone- licked?" "Watch Custer's eye," was tho ro ply; "wheu you see him turn pale yon want to quit fighting aud go to running." Gen. Custer would sit Ids horso and write orders and overlook movements with bullets flying all about him, and it is not on record that any ono ever saw him dodge. When n horso was killed VttKltthKST iAXOOLX O.V t. 4 lion. In thwsodocium nts wo find tho abridgment of tho existing right of sulTrnge, and llwrte ninl to tho pcoplo of nil right to participate in tho selection of public officers, except the legislative, boldly advocated with lnlnirvd arguments to prove that largo control of tho )coplo in tho Government is tlio sourco of all political ovil. Monarchy itself is somo-timhinted nt ns a possible rcfugo from tho power of tho people. In my present portion, I could scarcely bo wero I to omit raising a warning voice against tliii approach of returning despotism. It is not needed or fitting hero that n general nrgumeiit should bo mado iu favor of the popular institutions, but thcro is one point, with its connections, not no hackneyed as tho other, to which I ask a brief attention. It is tho effort to placo capital on an equal footing, if not aliove, labor in tho structure of Government. It is assumed that labor U only nvoilablo iu connection with capital; that nobody labors unless somebody lso owning capital somehow by tho use of it induces him to lalior. Tliis assumed, it is next contidcred Whether it i liost that capital shall hlro labotors, and thus iudiico them to work by their own consent, or buy them and drivo them to it without their consent. Having proceeded so far, it is naturally concluded that nil laborers aro either hired laborers or what wo call slaves. And, further, it is assumed that whoever is onco a hired lalxircr is fixed in that condition for life. Now there is no such relation between capital and labor ns that assumed, nor is thcro any such a thing as a freo man lieing fixed for lifo In tho eonditiou of n hired laWer. Labor is prior to and independent of capital. Cipital is only tho fruit of lalior, and could never havo existed if labor had not first existed. Labor is tlio superior of capital, and deserves much tho highest consideration. No men living aro more to bo trusted than thoso who toil up from proverty ; nono less inclined to touch or tako aught which thoy havo not honestly earned. Let them bewaro of surrendering n political power which thoy already possess and which wheu surrpnderod will surely bo used to closo tho doors of advancement ngainst such as they and to fix now disabilities and burdens upon them till all their liborty shall bo lost. Lincoln's second message. es jus-till- .T08. NEVKUANCE, UU of Chtnmill, CHl'RCH frVMlce lURCCTtlRI. "MOIVOIV KOUVJB." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago II. C Mnrrlfon, every fundar morning and Prayer Heeling etrrr night eicept lb third &. CO.. Thureday0. nil ht. Hundar Hrhool at IOO A, H. Morrlwn, Wuperlntendenl. Iter II. Imrottf r nn.l JoMn it Pry Ool, Nollotia, Ae , Faator. Mettle J. M. BATTlllT. Ilav. KenrthHirer, Kw, oo, on pi.in oinri, t.nr nilin, and ttundaee, morning and night, Prater Meeting etery Wednesday afterICY. noon. Sunday Mchool at 0 A, it, IU K. Harrow Superintendent. J. 8rrnr wun A Co., BUntord, Kj.f M. ROBINSON LOUIHVIIjI.H, ... Railway. Pulnco Curs! - TIIK OSIsV MNK ItUNNIMIt FOR SAIiE ! listing conclnilM LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO! lo mj A. IIiimIiichm Hbmh, Wedneedat nlgbta. I'aaaengera Irom lb Knoi-l- 'l Hrrrut Nntirr A N. IL It. Oomblnft! In onr.illiitlnl In tlmlownnf Crtlillr. vl llr anchor K arrlte In lol'Ltllle thsnl, Kj., on Unnutrr Th tmllilln la In tint to tak tbtenlng train of th "Monon 80x2-fat ami con- Bluo-GraForm For Salo! out" and g" through to tains In all tlchl room.. Tin la MHO, with rountrra anJ ahtltln nltltanl iimnriv ?. (trrrnrnitlr. C'ranforJgtlllr, Idtratelte rangnl. with all tba outbuilJInti ncfrtur jr to I nflVr jr aale. prltalely, my turn of 111 Arre and tba taataot tho moat fotl.lloui, anil and ClilcnRo Tillfioiit rlinngr. land, with a large brlek and an abunilanr of pur watar for drinking and ofciicllent of ten raiui, within a bouwhold iiioa,laiiliriil ahads- and Trull trrra frame realdrnce comMard, A rrrarherifltle Pike. TIMB TABLK. mil of lb new Hlanfonl adorning and Iwantlfjlng tho antlra rurmlm, ail New orchard, freah and medical water In abunInn good and htatthr condition. Any on dralr-In- g dance KaH? Ully. Including HTAritlN.i neat a rhaapxrlTaluabl mldrnt, among a cIt-e- r tenant balance tiland pnwrous prop', would do wall to rail lable. houaa. In gra, 300 aeree, and and acbonl. I.te. 7 0 pnt (Mara Tlralier abundant. Church and namlnalhe incmlara ltor fuKhMlDg i ui a m 1 01 pm houaa near by, and tba nelgblorbood uneicelled. Arr. tlreenca.ll. .... Tfrrot rtaaonahl. a ot an 9 01 jm (tawforditllle ... Ilia not often tbattucb adralrablefarm la Inraal. JOHN r. NTRflDK. THU perfect. Addrcaa meat Stanford, Ky,er Ufatelte .. ... I I) i a It prn to vru J 0 arul ' Chicago . call on in at th farm. HKN. NAKAII 'OK. Th. moat direct route, with only one change of torrmoTo toTtm, Kc?lIciico i, err Lerd'a day. Prearhlni br Mr. J. W. On oneVcond and Fourth lxrd'e dare, Hundayrlehuel at P.I5. Jo, tiererantr, Muperlntendent Iter. I. H. alrRI-J- L t cliff for pilKtlHYTKHIAN, BOUTII roy. paitor. riuiuliy Hchonl at M0. John W. Koiit, rJiinetlntendent. Union Fiarer Mealing on G ev Pullman ANH KOI.III TIUIN.1 Iwosnilonc-hiirttotlnhlil- ilr. ss atnre-ron- ut Wiie-gra- . . alij-wh- rr. W-- tf . . W. T. GREEN, STANl'Oim, KY., Dtalcr In Stanford Female College. STANFOIIO. With KY. rare, to all pnlnla In Wlaconiln, Mlnneaola, Iowa, Nebraika, Ac For further Information, addrea Ml'llllAV KKLLKILO I' A , 12. Uulnllle, Ky a Full Corps of Teachers, Thla Institution wilt Groceries, Hardware, QUEENSWAI1K, onlb7d Jlond7 on lit In Thirteenth OK A Beaalen rVplerat-e- neiL ALL TIIK BUANC1UJI (lOUISylLt.JL&NVI;Urj THIORIAT THOROUGH ENGLtSHGOUBSE wallu MUBIO. TIIK IiANOUAOEU. DHAW-1NAND l'AINTINQ. a Harness and Saddlery, ArtUught, Through Trunk Lino O MaOWS TERMS MODERATE. to "WA.GONN. regular Wperluienta. Ivlwary, IU IntermedialIk In Tuition, ..,, price rang from ISO In (3V, Prtaralajr, Ko.anJ N. Collegia!, i5; 140, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr HIW. For full particular, aa to Hoard, Ac, addraaa '. TKtli:il:AKT, Stanford. Lincoln Oo,, Kr, frturllml, Without Change and with SHORTEST raoM Sped Unrlrale-- d AND QUICKEST fjocuviut to uu ROUTE This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, AN SOUTH & WEST Ratarrh. RB Cntlty-Chron- PUUMM CARS Little Kork, Meafgoroerj. Atlanta, taanab, Jacktontllle, MoUle. and K.w Urleaat. In relate Care Wllboat CLang. xISSK "Saw BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA I'alaceCara wllbantcbaag. Seeking FrVHRRANTC lln et homea onTha IO thi road will receive apcclal low ratea. Agenta of thle ('trnpeny for ralee, roulee h Accr write C. P. ATKOKr., 0. P. 1 1. A. " LouUtllle. Kr. NKLSON'S FATAL WOVSU AT TUA-rALO- A ball from tho mizzontop of tho "Re- doubtable," only fifteen yards distant from whero Kelson was standing, struck tho epaulette of his left shoulder, about a quarter after liine, during tho greatest heat of the action. It passed through tho spine, and lodged in tho muscles of the neck on the right sido. Nelson fell on his face, and on that part of tho deck where thero yet lay a pool of his secretary's blood; and Capt. Hardy, on turning round, saw three men a inarino sergeant and two Bailors raising him up. " Hardy," said he, faintly, "they havo dono for mo at lost." hope not," replied his old shipmate. "Yes, my backbono is shot through." As Sergeant Seeker and others boru him down tho ladder ho saw that the tiller ropes had been shot away, aud ordered new ones to bo rove. He then covered his face and his stars with his haudkerchiof that the crow, who loved him so well, might remain ignorant of his fate. Through tho horrors of tlio cockpit, which was crowded by tho nouuded and tlio dying, ho was boroo with difficulty to a pallet in the Midshipmen's berth, where it was Boon discovered that the wound was uioital ; aud though uwaro, by tho gush of blood every moment in bis breast, that no luiuuii skill could avail him, he never lost his presence ol mind for a moment. Nothing could bo done to lessen his agouy, aud all his attendants could do was to fan him with paper and givo him leaionado to alleviate his intonso thirst ; and thero lay " tho mighty NeUon," weaker than u child, w.th tlio roar of his last and greatest victory in his dyin;j car. "I WHAT IS DOXB WITH ALL TUB II It ' if! Committtecs of experts tell of adulteration in food that is simply appalling. Wero tho ingredients which are mixed with food innocuous it would still bo a very great hardship ; but when it is known that tho most violent poisons arc employed, it is a marvel that tho whola country does not riso up and put a stop to such practices and punish all dealers who sell poisonous articles of food. If confirmation of theso startling statements were needed ono liaa only to read tho facts recently brought to light in Chicago, whero it is impossible to find puro sugar and whero not 10 per cent, of tho milk is good. In that city tho bread, without exception, is poisonous, the teas were novcr imported, but ore mado of leaves "facod" with Prussian blue and chromato of lead. Seventy-fiv- e per cent, of tho cream of tartar is white earth, and tho coffee is coated with lamp-blacBut Chicago is no worse are than other cities. Baking-powdelargely composed of alum. Pickling fluid is diluted with sulphuric acid, alum and verdigris, to givo it a joculiar flavor. The manufacture of a great deal of our confectionery should bo punished as a crimo, for much of the candy sold to children is simply a lump of white earth, mado attractive to tho eyo with arsenical paint and sweetened with glucose. Coste ly spices aro counterfeited in a manner, the flavoring beiug git en by tho rankest poisons. In thoso and other adulterations areouio plays tho 'largest part. Wo import annually 2,000,000 j)our.ds of this deadly poison 1 cent's worth of which would kill 2,800 iKKiplo and tho bulk of this import is used in tho preparation of food I Ixxf una Health. uud clothiuir, terribly-grotesqu- A MlHTJSHr. wife, ('what gentleman of this community continually attracts a preponderance of tho public attention ?" And when Mrs. Suiithcrs had given it up, ho told her, A Mr. E, to bo sure." His wifo says it is a Mr. E to her that Smithcrs hasn't lauded in a lunatio usylum or the Legislature long ago. Oil City Penn-syUan- "My dear," saidSmithers to his ia Dirrick, Tiikiib is a remarkable family oi seven brothers ami two sisters residing within short distance of one another" in Oswego county, N. Y., remarkable in point of longevity, their uu.t'd ages being 672 years, and thoircircle uover having been invaded bv deutlb Mil Heubkut Bpbncku, probably tho grtntest mind which Euglaud has produced In u century, is in very straitened clrcuuMtiuici. A few years ago a subscription was taken up for him, aud it is uovannouucod that "French Civilization," tlio last volume of Doecriptiro Sociology, is a complete pecuniary fmlun. under him ho was greatly surprised' dust anit rua. toComm.rrlalTraial.ri. Tba Bar will b seeming to havo forgotten tho fact that alwayi aaapllad with tba tholraat It having been shown that vapor by braada or Lliaora aad Clgara. missiles of death wero flying about. His condensing on tho dust particles in tho seeming recklessness and abandon in the air gives rise to a fogging, tho density faco of tho enemy made him tho success- of which depends on tho amount of fino ful leader that ho was. His narrow es- dust in tho air ; tho more dust tho finer capes made his meu arguo that ho who aro tlio to;; particles and tho longer thny rodo straight at the enemy ran no moro remain suspended in tho air. It having risks than ono held in reserve, and be- been also shown that all forms of comfore Custer left tho Michigan brigatlo to bustion, porfect and imperfect, aro probecomo a division commander he had ducers of fog nuclei, it is concluded that 4,000 men who would follow him upon it is hopeless to expect that, adopting a belching battery ns soon as against moro perfect forms of combustion than demoralized infantrv. thoso at present in usu, wo shall thereby diminish tlio frequency, persistency or JVOT A CltAXK. -A yuuug fellow in England was re- density of our town fogs. Moru perfect cently invited to visit an old gentlo-ma- n combustion will, however, rcniovo tho Hating bad tbla Hotel character from tho fogs and who had a "mania" for pedKcfiirnislied mid ItciUted igree or genealogy. At ho hod also mako them purer and whiter, by preFrom Uaaement to garrtt, a reputation for his dinners and his venting tho Binoke which at present I Intend to Keep It In n Nlrlctly wines, the young man stood a good dca mixes in onr town fogs and aggravates Manner, of talk about his host's ancestors for their character, and prevents them dis And 1(T nothing undone that will add to th solving when thuy enter our rooms. the sako of tho other things ; but when COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. tho old gentlemen took him through his Smoko descends during a fog, becauso the smoko particles aro good radiators picturu gallery, and, showing him a porCommercing trait of on old follow painted 203 years and toon get cooled and form nuclei on Ar offered which tho water vapor condenses. Tlio beforo tho timo of James IL and said SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS inioko thus becomes heavier and falls. To natronla me, u I haia e,err conitolfnee.iutb that it was a portrait of his father-in-laThis explains why falling smoke is often uNICKaAMri.Kr.00513, Ac. far thrlruaa. ; and another of his brother-in-law- , who, at tho ago of 18, fought at Edge-hi- ll a sign of coming rain. It indicates a Baggage Transferred to and from in 1C12 (being boru in 1C21); and a saturated condition of tho atmosphere. the Depot free of charge. third of his nephew, who at tho timo of Glie meaca!l. W.N. t'RANCIH. years older his death was ninety-twA XOTK O.V l'OUTVQAL, than his uncle, tlio guest got out of that "Ft male beauty is rare throughout house- at tho earliest possiblo moment. Portugal," says an English trtvelor, Hu was dealing with a "crank." Ab it "mid of that encouutcrod in tlio e turned out, however, tho old gentleman capital the larger bIioto certainly was correct. For his "brother-in-law- , OF ALL pertains to tho peasantry of the enviat the ago of 78, married, in 1703, a rons. At tho principal theater of tho young girl of 17. Her father was at city, after a miuuto inspection of tho that timo a young man, but he, too, boxes, it is possible to count upon tho married wheu very old aud had children, fingers of a single hand tho fow pretty FOB HAH AND BEAST. his youngest being born in 1739. In faces you will havo succeeded in dis1810, when she was 77 years old, the old covering, and tho process may bo reFor mom than a third of a ocntnry thn gentleman who owned tho picturo gal- peated night after night. Ladies still niaileauMii.lanRl.lulinenttiaaboen known to millions nil over tho world n lery married her, ho being 19 nt the go to the theater hero in tho tho only uafo rullaiico for tlio relief ol accident mul pain. It ll a inallolnp So that tho old gentleman's time. sedan chairs, the unexpected apabora tirlco una pmlso the !st or It father-in-lak Irnl. lor cv try form of external juUu was, as ho said, olivo in parition of which, with their quaintly tho time of James IL But as this attired chub men, in one of the moro father-in-lahod a many ancient tortuous streets relegates ono years oider than ho was, this gave tho back for at least a century. These Mnitmur I.lnlmcnt U wllliont an cnnal. who old gentlemen a 'brother-in-lalong, narrow, winding thoroughluu.cls tul It lxuetrate tleeli euitltlio conllnii-I tit try bane making would havo been 257 years old if ho had fares would appear to lie slightly danger-ou- a I noes of nalu nnil lntlitniinutlon lintol brother-in-laI Blbln. It effort upon llimiun Klrli anil I lived until 1881. As this at night time, judging from their I tha Unito Crcullou uru cijually voiulur. I died soon after his marriage, his young lieing regularly pat ruled by hcniletcd iuu i uu juuxicun widow marriod again, and hod a son s with drawn swords, who, years beforo from the slow puvo ut which they move, whe was born ulncty-on- o his undo (by marriage) was born, so havo been irreverently nicknamed ' torly aomrboily of llJnlmcnt Is nncdeil duy brim; nuw In that old gentleman was not a lunatio, toises' by tho Portuguese. Why tho I every lionso. livury unless it was when at tho ago of 19 ho latter lnvo given thu namo of ' mussels' an arul ualii or liuru th BROiiy of jeulxluotl, of rlitunmtlo martjru re married a woman nearly CO years older to tho' guardians of the peace posted lateral, or a valuable liotao or fix I saved by tlio bculliiK power of lull than ho was. utter dark with the.r loaded rifles at tho Op his early uxjtcrieuco as u journal- end of many of these thoroughfares is ist, Mr. Archibald Forbes says : "I was loss comprehensible." running tho Scotchman at the time. I which apef dlly cure euch ollmonti of UKMKMBKK HIS OWN XAMK. the HUMAN eLKSlI na was sent to Metz, and tho paper died. VlliS'T Hliaumatleiu. HtvelllitR, Otlflf A gentleman of this city tells tho foljoiiias. uniracieu imiaciee, jiurui lost XI, 000 and I sworo I'd have nothing ana rwaxaa, una, uriiiara aim ouecdoto of tho lato Dr. Spring, Mpralue, l'ntiniiotiri lllle and moro to do with running a newspaper. lowing . Old of tho Old Brick Church NilitK, Mimieaa, That oath cost mo 1,000 a year. Ed- for many years tllcera, illilalu. Nor, Nlpplre,l'roat ia Now York City, for the accuracy of .t, amie. CaU Hare mund Yutes, wheu ho started tho World ludeed every form of tatcrual ho vouches: When the doctor It heal without on 500, wanted mo to go in and put in which For tho Uuutb CiuuTioH it carta a good old ago aud had reached half, 250. I wouldn't, just on that ac- hod Mpralue, Hlrlliuy, NtllT Joint., somewhat feeble, ho was met by S'ouuil.r, Ilarneae Horea. Hoof y count. tho World pays Edmund S'oot ltot, be raw Worm, Ncali, parishoucrs just as ho was Hollow Horn, Ncratcltra, Wind- Yates 8,000 a year. It was successful ono of his old Itlughone, coming out of tlio Now York postoftlce. 511, Niiavlu, Thru.li, Film upou from the very start." Pull JJvll, 'How do you do, Dr. Spring?" said tho the Klifht aud every other nlluient ut the l which (tie occupant Mtabla and Block lard are liable. Aueuioan gram has en9trateJ to friend; "I am very glad to boo you." liniment llw Mealcau Muetaug- disappoint ; ?" replied tho Rotterdam and "How do you do, Switzerland by way of always cure and uuver ana H i, pomuvciy, Antwerp. Tho crop in Switzerland has doctor. "I am very well, and I am very not been up to tho average this year, and thankful to havo met yoj, for I have a tho presence of tho American product letter in tho postoffico, but couldn't get OF ALL in their markets is very plca&ont to tho it because I couldn't remember my own Swiss consumers. Iu this connection it namo. Now I can go iu and get it," New London IQmnA Ikiu. is stated that it is probable tho German Reichstag will reduce the tariff on imF. J, Cbtney & Co., proprietors Hall's ported groin, so that thcro is good Catarrh Cure, oiler $100 reward for any 703 VAN OX BUST, reason to belivo the American producers case of Catarrh that can't be cured with & will find In Germany a large and profita- Hall's Catanh Cure. Sold by Penny MoAIUter, Stanford, Ky. ble market for their surplus products. Iti Proprietor ii Determined that 13 BECOMMCWDED BY PHYSlCIAKq C3VJXUhBI it Shall be Second to no Country la ana Citarrh of tho Nnaiil Hotel iu the State in its Fare, Cntnrrn of the Cnr, Cre or Ulceratltol Appointments, or AttenThroat. It le taken IMTCNNAULY, nnd tion to Comfort of acts DIRECTLY upon tha Blood and Miicou Surfneee of tha Srtm. It their Quests. la tha heat Blood Puririer In tho WORLD, nnd la worth ALL thntlo charged for It, for THAT nlono. RagKaga will b com tf ad t aad fraaa tbadanot T1X3D ircaoiraarga. nprriai arrotaraixjalloai to ONLY INTERNAL CURE rFORMER!. W-1-.V SHORT LIME TO THE EAST Froii LoalatllUI ST.ASAPH HOTEL. W. S. FRANCIS, And we offer One Hundred Oollnre tor any Onao of Cntnrrr, It will not Curr. WILL CL'Ili: AMV CA8H. omco of A T Btw.t Cu'l fnioioo, IU .June , lbrt ( Chenryit V . Toledo, t). Jfcftrt. F Oenfcmcri I tela ptoasare In Infortr.l- n- you that I lute uacd Hall Catarrh Cure. It baa nmlrw I wo very had onl don't bcxltale to aay 'hatltwlUmranyraeot Catarrh If Uitn Youra truly. properly. J, U WruTrttaroon. WOltTII 8IO A IIOTTLK. Have had E. Mrmair. Jackaon, Hh-I-i , write Catarrh for 8J year. IIirCalarrhCurecured Die. Cunaldrr It worth tiaCOaluttl. ct rer bottlv aU Drunlat at I WHold CO. Manufactured and nnblby V J ClIK-VEEolo ITovletor, TOIXIX), OUIU. TIIK MAIUU.Tal Don't Be Led Astray ! J lly lb prcullarlr ttenle.1 adterlla-inentarltat roiitra, which are liable to deceit the public. Tbeehoneet and gulrkral lloul flom (tneln-na- tl tVeel la lb OHIO & MISSISSIPPI H. W. 10 Iloura ! It Cincinnati to St. Louis Houta ahead of all other line. STANFORD, KY. For aaUIn fitanbrd by Teeny A McAIUIer. 41ally pea-sou- p Afflicted, Attention 3 Car. Tralna to Ktanatllle, 21ally all Mber with 4 of cart for any paHeogere, Pally Tralna to Loulitllle, with Free Parlor Ti.lna, with necbang. mi. GANN'S REMEDIES FOIl THE MILLION. I MANUKACTUHKD IIY W, K. OANN. M. I).. 2 2 12 MONTICELLO. KY. Tba world la Sited with tha wonderful. Iutl-fu- l and Intricate Intentloua ol loan, yet all th combined taleot and genlua Ibtt the world haa ever known baa never produced anfthlng that can compare with "Hr. tlann'a Iteroedle'' Medical aklll and acleoc hate, aa jtL tailed to dlacoter any thing ciual to theio. f.ir th cure of th for which tbey are recommended. Aa their virtue and uaea er pralwd br tbouaanda through, out the length and breadth ol tba land, andaa standard Kaiullv Mnllclnea, tbey cannot anl are fully euUUnllatrd by lb Kor Cougba, IVjUj, Croup, llronchltl. Conauup-tlo- n and all DUwaaeaa ol the Throat and Lung, Travelers than by otbtr llnca. Th. O. A' M. la th.ooly lln with 4 Dally Tralna from Cincinnati to Ml. loula, making direct coonectlona In the Uuloo Iept (at Ml. Loul.lvllh Mliaourl r.clOc Hallway, bi. Loula, Iron Mountain A Southern lullwar, Chlcagn A AlUin Kail, toad, Chicago, llurllngwn A Uulncy Kallruad; Keokuk AM, Uula Kallroad, haluk, liu LeuleA Faclllc Itallroad, Mlewurl, Kanau ATeiat lull way, Ht Loula A (tan Freocltro Kallwty, """ """"i" Hours guu Two Iloura Lcte Tlmeoo the Ifanonc UU IxtUISdb Plfu rare, and leaa cbang. of cue of on leaa change routce, of car. Dally Tralna le Cairo, 7 boura quicker than any other line, and no change of care. Ially Tralna to New Orleana. No (bang, of car from Cincinnati. KKR ChI"(( hour In o port-win- THE BEST LINIMENTS without paring aitra lare In addition to money paid hr ticket. Vhk Dr. Ouiiii'm CoiikIi Nyrnp. Fortlcketa, rate. or anr loloiraalloa, (all en Ticket Acenlaofconuectlug llnee. -I- NFor Liter Complalnt,D7.epala, InJlge.llon.Jauo. (I'lcaaecaltat IW Walnut it, 4t dice, Comtlpatlon, Hour blomach and all llllloua Ptnnlnri!iJ Weal Fourth at., I rind Hotel, OlllUllllail (or Depot foot of Mill etrrel. IllaeAMa, W. II, HIIATTUC, IJno Cure. W. W. ITAIIOIIV, 1imui'h (len'l Pa aaeuger Agt ticn'l Huperlulendent, Clnclniialt. For llheuinatlaiu, Neuralgia, Kpralna, HrLtaie and Bwelllnga anaatornal application for manor Impreii Thii Upon Yonr Memory. Thef. .t- ft. la the only line by which jou can get through rare troua Cincinnati to Ml. Loula - Dr. J.Ucr beaat Vhu Vho Vhu Dr. Giiiiii'm I.IiiIiiiciiI. Hilula and all Forl'llca, HciuorrliuIJi, llurnt, almllar dlaeats, KENTUCKY CENTRAL II. R. r Dr. CJiuiiVk IMIu Oliifiuviit. Dr. Giinii'M DKIor-SHcOintment. cl na . TIIK MOST IllalltAllI.K 110UTK TO Fur Frrah CuU, llun.t, Ulcer, and Old Porce, (IINCINNATI! And decidedly Ihe Popular Koule, aBordlog, aa It duv, leaa i hangea and auperlor accouiuiodatlona to son-in-la- MEXICAN UHoDr.faniiie'HNIomucli IllllvrH A Kellabl dimly-lighte- d, 1 Tonic. Appttlier and Hloo.1 I'urlDer, and alw cure Djiiwpala. Indlgeatlon, Liter (Vmiplalot, Malarial rrtrra and all periodical Irtteaara. Mauufaclund and for aalo br C3-.- Hitiouri, Iowa, Kamai, Texai, Tba North, North wet and Weal. In fact, If you cent unlet a trip In any direction, your Intereat will baleattertedby purchailng jour ticket via K. C, and Cincinnati. 2 Tralna each way J; Pull man Palace I are; Klegant New Dr Coachee, and handaouielr furulibed Uecllnlng Chair Cara lortn lb unrqkaled cqulpuienta of tbla Old llellabl, thereby maklug a trip etar thla llo one el luiu-rlocomfort aud pleaaure. Try It. TIMK TA0LK. IN ErPKOT DEC. 31, 1882. w eTAII orders Bole proprietor. Montlrello, fy. ea-oy man win rwcit pmmpi aiienuou. W. K. 3ST3ST, 2. X)., horse-guard- MUSTANG CHESAPEAKEJIND OHIO RY. Mouth. No. g. I No. i. I No.g Kentucky's Route East LINIMENT Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line running PULLMAN NEW SLEEPIN0 CARS 00 u 2 80 p m 00 pin Lte. Cotlngton. . V 40 a u 4 10 p in Kllpm " Falmouth.. " Cfnthlan ..-- lu to a m ft W u u lOtMpm 10 40 put Farla.. . . II SO am 11 20 iiiu Arr Lealogtoii.. II IS p m 1 23 u in 7 80 p Ul IIUpu Lte. Islington a iu p m 12 iu m Wlncbceter.. Arr. Ml, bterllug I 01 u D 00 p in ItU.iu " 7 :i . ir Aahlaud . 4 Maui Huntington... IIKiu Noam. No.. No. I. No. 6. illiv SUiu llljiu ti a somtTtrain IenlHTlllo, 3lllClllIIH(IUIItlI.CX liiKtoii, Ky. Lv. Huntington.., lie-co- cr. dl-ea- o to a ui . 7 18 a ui Mt.Hterllng.. II 18 a u Wlncbeater.. II 21 p ui Arr. Leilngton Lte. Lexington.... i In p ni " AehlaniL. II Ilia-eaa- Cyntblana.... Falmouth, Arr. Cotlngton, .. 11 " Pirla. 11 ... inpu pin 7Ma 7 I V 80 10 a a 15pm o3 3 00 p m 3M uu 4 43 S3 To-da- WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting a g IS p in II S3 a 10 l 43a a It a Want pm ZSput 43 pm In ami MAYHVILLE DIVISION. No. VLt.Leilngiouapui. Mara villa a lOpui depot with faat Iralna lor No. 10 ' Maretllle bu am, Arr. Letlngton 9 23am ' No. II " Parla 1 20 m. Maretllle 43am No.J " Myarllle 11 40j.m " UalinilongJUpm THE BEST The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, All Virginia and North Carolina LINIMENTS No, Arunadalljr and haa daycoachia froinCln-ilnua- tl to Waahlngtvn, Pullman Bleeper to Kan, Falla. W. Va, and Uecllnlng Chair Car to Lex. Ingtou. Slop ouly at ttatloua on K. C, II. Ii. where tlm la glten. No. 2 runt dally, except huuday. haa through ruatbealo llumlngton. No. 4 runt uallr, except Hundar, baa through coacbea to Ml. hterllog aiul parhviar to klatatill. No. 8 run, dally) haa elegant day coach from Waahlog. and further Information, apply to tou. Pullman bleeir from Kanawha Falla and For ticket parlor cue from Lexington to Cincinnati Only jour neareat ticket office, or addrcaa iuree atop. No. 1 aud 1 lun dally, except Buu-da- r, aud bare through coacbea from lluutlngtan JAMKN V. KKNNT. aud ML bierllng. Direct connection at Lexington tleiil. WeaUrn Agent, with Btagerorltlcbiuond,Kj., Lwr.ucburg,Cj,, 3 10 W. MhIu Nl loul.tlir., Ky. aud Verulllea, Ky. wh roints. V. W.NMITII, U.n'l Manager. II, W. lUchuiond, Ylrglula. dau'l I'sia'r rilLLCH, Ag1!. 0. W. IIKNUEH, C. L. illlOWN, (len'l Paaa. A Tkt. Agt, HuperlnUodenL Oeneral offlcet, (Aitlngton, Ky, r.