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Semi-weekly interior journal: April 20, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883042001_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: April 20, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I VOLUME X.-NUMBBR Semi' Hall 510. Superstition. Bod Petrified. W irtefii 20, 1883. aLJI V lonfimL NEW T fl STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL Wallacs Gruelle't Fan. SERIES-NUMB- ER 140. "iho conjunction" of Venus and Mars or Mercury at his birth ho is awlully ! afraid just tho samo if tho learned Scene in "hags Ferry" not Down en the professor hints that tho aforesaid con Bills. Minnio iMadilern, who makes her junction is not favorablo to good forinitial oppenrnnco in this city (it Dicta luno and n long lifo. A littlo while next Tuesday evening, April, 20, was ago n sorceress entered tho cottagoof Ilia hcruinoof (juiton Ihrilling ndven a tradesman in r.ngland, and after turo during tho Texas tour. It was shullliug tho cards said mysteriously, in nu iutcriur town, whero tho fcitivo "You havo an enemy!" Upon inquicowboy "flouriihcth oven as n green ry it was discovered that tho arch hay tree," and has nn occasional pic- fiend was in tho very houso with her, nic when it strikes his erratic fancy, and that it was none other than her mother-in-la- w. Such was tho power that Miss Maddcrn held forth ns of tho xeorcss that tho victim imme"Chip," in Foggs Ferry. Tho play progressed without ecial interest, not diately meditated murder in and paid tho old hag for n dose king down on tho regular order of events, until tho steamboat eceuo in of medicine or a charm which was tho third net, when Chip is discovered warranted to "paralyzs" the dear old in nn old mill nn tho hanks of a riv lady. It would havo paralyzed her ur hours sho cr. Slio had ovcrlieanl tho villain's indeed. In twenty-fopint to Mow up tho steamer on which would havo censed to bo anybody's mother-in-laand would havo been her leiicfactor is tearing tho papers careering through spaco in search of to a placo of safety, hy placing a tormother-iii-Iaheaven. Luckipedo in tho channel directly in tho tho tho husband (men havo so much way of tho coming vessel. Chip is ly armed with a pistol, and nerving her. moro sense about such things than in just in tho nick of self, aims at tho infernal machino, women) came timo and had tho old hag arrested. well directed shot to hoping by a it. Tho whistlo of tho op. Thero aro so many real things in lifo proaching steamer betokens its rapid that causo troublo that it seems unneccoming, ami soon tha sound of ctcap essary to hunt up incantations and ing steam and the splash of the ro swallow witch's broth. New York has a now club which volviug wheels break on tha listening car. Nearer and nearer tho ominous might oiler somo suggestions to clubs sounds ring out upon tho night, and everywhere. It is called tho "Twi soon tho bow of tho boat greets the light Club," and has headquarters on expectant gaxeol tho audience. Chip Broad street, where thero is a banquet nerves htnelf for tho telling shot; but given nnco a week, when each mem alas, upon this particular occasion tho ber who partakes pays 81 for his sup- cartridgo failed to explode. A mo por. Tho club is a purely social af ment more and all would I mi lost, for fair, and tho members arc at liberty there, plain to ho seen, bobbing up on to have ns good's timo as possible. tho turbid waters, was tho torpedo. Its only regulations aro those called Miss Maddcrn, though rt little sur- "its principles," and aro: No Constitution. No prised at tho misGro of her weapon, No was cocking it for nuother shot, when President. No Dues. No Initiation suddenly a cowboy jumped to his feet Fees. No Salaries. No Debts or in tho audienco, and flourishing a na- Pecuniary Obligations. No Defalcavy six, shouted: "Stand a littlo to tions. No Watering Stock. No DeNo Cliques. No ouo sido gal and I'll bust it for you. camping Treasurer. lllamo ray eyes but them chaps sint Duelling. No Scandal. No Profangoing to dish up that boat . that way." ity. No Late Hours. No Kxcess iu cal Drinking. No Puns. No Gush. No Tho ominous click of a forty-fo- ur No Papers. No ibcr was distinctly heard, ami ns ho Leuglhy Speeches. pointed his pistol Mis Madden), with High Ideal. No Grand Iteform. In great presence of mind, without mov- short, No lied Tape, No Formality, ing from her position, for the second No Humbug. timo pulled tho trigger, fortunately It is a pity that tho continental cuswith better succets. Tho torpedo tom of tho wearing ot bcthrothal aud duly exploded, and tho steamer glided wedding-riii- gs hy men is not usual on majestically in safety. Tho audi- olsowhere. A girl can never tell enco felt relioved, and nobody moro whether it is a single, eugaged, or so than Miss Madderu, who did not married man who is paying her attencare to be a party to a cowboy's marks- tions, and a mother can never bo manship. thoroughly suro whom sho is encourAs Miss Maddcrn was leaving tho aging. In Norway, as soon as a theatre that evening, sho was accosted young man and woman aro engaged, at the stago door by tho identical cow- they not only exchango rings, which boy, who tans ecrcinonie, said: "Say, they wear forever afterward, but tho little gal, littlo mor'n thcro'd been tho raau has calling-car- ds printed with devil to pay, an' all owin' to that lit- tho untno of m fiancee immediately tlo pop guu of your'n. Yo i can't de- below his owu. Thero is really no pend on 'era. You want something reason why the fashion should not that when you get tho drop oil a fel- spread. It is a very admirahlo one, low you know you'vo got hi in right and, if adopted, would not ouly make there. I was ngoin' to help you out engagements almost as sacred as marthis evening without asking you and riages, hut would prevent many blow tho blamed thing up myself, onfiascos nod exposures. ly you was right iu tho road aud I From a Woman's Journal. couldn't draw a bead on it. Dou'l Tho wives of somo of tho most uever let it happen again, tin' I'm gopromiucnt men iu Coudcrsport, Pa., ing to heel you so you'll bo in proper havo formed a society in opposition to shapo." Suiting tho actioii to tho tho Masonio order. They havo deter word he produced a Navy Colt und rained to hold their meetings on the bashfully banded it to her with tho samo evenings as the Masons, at as remark: "It's your'u, littlo gal, uud late an hour, and will endeavor to it's a daisy. I hato to part with it, roach home iu tho sauie state of but what's a. fellow to do when lie's as their lordei and hit us bad tut I am. Maybo I'll get tho masters. laugh for this, but nono of 'em's game Goldsmith Maid has netted her enough to show their teeth to me you owner 8240,750, Dexter won $80,500 Good-byo- ." Ho strodo away, betl in 49 races, Flora Temple, 892,000 iu leaving the littlo lady Colt in hand. 8G; Hopeful, 88G.400 in 19; Lady Denver Kepublican. Thorne, 879,576 in 41; and thero aro No Sooner No Later. 221 Amoricaa trotters which havo au Tho date of the won 810,000 or moro each, their winFour Combined Show, when once fixnings aggregating 85,131,(590. ed is nover changed undor auy circumFashionable young club men of and its railroad contracts uro stances, made months iu udvanco of tho arrival Now York, sans aims, suns braius, of tho various advertising cars. Tho who apo tho ltritish snob, iu their publio is theroforo warned not to bo dress, are called "dudes." We don't misled orcoufused by any future an see much ecououiy iu the uew uaiuo. nouncoments, as theso monster shows Tho old title "idiots," contains only Norristowu Her-raiwill positively exhibit in all its entire- ono moro lotter, ty, at Stanford, Thursday, April 2G. Johu M. Graham, 217 First street, John Joy killed a raau iu Montana Louisville, Ivy., says: "I fiud Brown's last week. This is tho first reliable instanco on record of u man ever bo Irou Bitters to be a sure cure for dys ing killed by Joy, and will bo tho pepsia." Ouo man in Lexington, Miss., has last, as Joy camo to an eud ns soon as tho vigilant committee could get hold shipped 1,750,000 pounds of cotton seed. of him. Glasgow Times. self-de-few, w's o Uy-laws. Anglo-Amcric- eseept to inlVe tlmnpi, and then of do. nominations not nserlhree rents is as natural to bo superstitious as it is to brcnth'o. Tho ordinary North W. r. WALTON. Editor and Proprietor American mind can not resist n cerT. H. WALTON, Business Manager tain uneasiness whenever tho moon is seen over tho wrong shoulder, which Vnhilthea .Tilrtuhiun ttiiit jyiiiav, ever tlmt is. Forluno Idling has n wonderful effect on n man's life, and fjiu.no IM3U ANNUM. although ho doesn't know what tho I1mw lUn't sn. stsni In ptymfnt f nMrologer means when ho talks about t n, It Somo two or threo years sinco n lady died in Sullivan county, Missouri, and was buried in tho usual stylo. During tho cold weather of tho past winter her husband died and wan buried at another graveyard in tho samo neighborhood, and it was suggested to diiintcr tho woman and bury her by her husband; when tovcral persons repaired to her grave and removed tho dirt to tho coffin. Putting ropes under it four men wcro not ahlo to lift it from tho vault. Assistance was procured and by tho uuitcd eflorts of eight men the coflin was raised to tho surface, which was so astonishingly henvy they concluded to open it, which they did and found tho body a solid rock, preserving tho features wonderfully perfect, with only a sink on tho nose, caused by tho breaking of tho glass in tho lid of tho coffin, which hail occurred before tho petrifaction had taken place. The hair was perfectly natural. Some of tho clothing had partaken partially of tho petrifaction and somo had not, but had changed its color from black to green, iho botly was taken anil re- interred by the side of her husband. Coats and Dogs. A Now York exchange says tho farmers of Hunterdon and Somerset counties, N. J., ueo goats to protect their sheep from dogs, and two aro about all each farmer puts in with his sheep. As soon as a dog enters the field at night tho goats attack him, and their butting propensities aro too much fur tho canino, who soon finds Passengers to delirium tremens on tho rum road always rido in tho saloon car. Thero is nover any discount on a pretty girl. Sho always passes at her faco value If you want to tost tho staying quality of tho avcrago small boy, send him on an orrand. Tho !ato postmaster general journeyed to heaven over a star route Bob Ingcrsoll will never be employed to defend. If wo wcro going to search for tho "footprints of timo," wo'd bo gin our explorations on lop of Polk Johnson's head. Grant has been elected president of a rifle club. We know a lady at Holly Springs, Miss., who has been ready to testify to his qualification for tho position ever sinco ho rifled her sideboard of its tilvcrwaro during the war. Theso be coughing times, for a fact. The lawyer coughs his arguments at the jury, tho preacher coughs doctrine to his congregation and tho orator rounds his periods with coughs. Indeed, - FntsV'fi IV TsillUsV Chronlo Diarrhoea, Jaundice, For Ity spepslet. out I Ten ess, ck Headache, COMING ON THEIR OWN SPECIAL TRAINS! Impilrilr of the Illnod, Tever snj Arnr, Malaria, I WM 1 1 aV,V sfsl 1 and all Diseases De caused rangement of Ltrer, Itowels and Kidneys. lr A DISRARK1I MVKTt. 1'aln In lhl SMe. sometimes the Shoulder-blade, mlitiWn for loaf of sppetlie llowtls generally costive, sometimes alternating with las j the head is troubled with pain, It dull and heavr, with considerable loss of memory, accompanied with a painful sensatlnnof tearing undone something which ought to ha e been done, a slight, dry cough and flushed face is sometimes an attendant, often mistaken for consumption, the patient complains of weariness and debility, nervous, easily startled, feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation of Ibe skin caltts, spirits sre low and despondent, snd, slthough satisfied that exercise wouldbe beneficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to try ItIn fact, distrusts every remedy, bcveral of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases base occurred when but few of them canted, yet csamination after death has shown the Liver to bare been extensively dersnged. 8VMPTOM4 Had llresth Or tln it felt under ih Kheumalism general Tho Manifold Attractions - AT - ON - of' AH Earth 'Tit jtDf strange, whea we rcfl cl, (A nil seems la last trestlon), Tht when We get n oration w exhort erecloritlon. IBretkentldie Newi. himself rolling over and over. A low repetitious of this treatment causes tho dog to quit tho field limping and yelping. Formerly, when a dog entered a sheep field at night, the sheep would run wildly around. Sinco tho goats have been used to guard St. Joseph has by far the most wealth them they form in line behind tho of any town on tho Missouri River, goats, aud seem to enjoy the fun. and it is a significant fact that this Cat. lino a Don Through a Tel money has been made right there and , whose. A gentleman in Danielson-ville- in the wholesale trade. There are Conn., whote favorite dog enjoys moro business men of wealth worth following his carriage, by accident left from 8500,000 to $1,000,000 and over the animal some miles from home. in St. .Too than in any city of its Tho people, recognizing tho dog, shut size, probably, in the United States. him iu tho houso over night. Tho Tho books of Dun's Mercantile Agennext morning a voice asked through a cy Bhow tho credit of St. Joseph to bo telephone: "Have you lost u dog?" tho highest, iu comparison to popula "Ye.; where is ho?" Voico "Call tion, of any city in the Union, with him." He did so; tho telephono was tho single exception of Portland, Or put near tho dog, when ho recognized egon, whore there are a number ot his master's voice, and, in his dog way, wealthy corporations engaged in salm manifested joy, licking tho instrument Chicago on packing and shipping. and jumping about, eager to answer Inter Ocean. tho call. Chicago News. The Now Postmaster General, Judge An investigator into the influenced W. Q. Gresham, is a native of Cory- climato upon consumptives says that don, Indiana, and is just 53 years in choosing places of residence for old. He was a member of the State such patients too little attention is Legislature in 18G0 and went into the given to the character of tho soil. It army at tho outbreak of the war as is shown that other things being equal Lieutenant Colonel of tbo 38th Regithe prcvalenco of the disease is in ment. Afterwards ho was a Colonel proportion to the habitual dampness of the 53d Regiment; was Brigadier of the earth. The atmospheric con- General and Brovet Major General. ditions to be sought for are "rarity, Ho was wounded before Atlanta. Afcalmness, purity, and sun warmth." ter the war ho was State agent. He ran twice for Congress against the late A young man, aged nineteen years, was arrested in Lewis county, Mo., Mr. Kerr, and was beaten both times, tho other day for horse stealing and but reduced the democratic majority. robbery. The grand jury was in ses- He was appointed Judge by Grant, in He was tried, convicted and landed in tho peniten tiary at Jefferson City just twenty-sihours after his arrest. The distance from Lewis county to tho penitentiary is over 250 miles. lion. Samuel Dellaven, of Shelby-ville- , tho well known Circuit Judge, who presided iu the trial that sent Grove Kennedy to the penitentiary for 21 years, was married recently, after of somo 00-oa years, to a woman ho has loved for over 30 years and been engaged' to fully 30. What fools we mortals sion and indicted him. x single-bleesedne- and sco somo of tho leading tragedians and comedians of tho day; if the minis try could tee somo of tho modern plays even, to say nothing of Shak-spearthey would bo less sovero and more sensible. Tho clergy are n just and unfair in treating of the the atre as the theatrical profession is unjust and unfair with respect to the clergy. Theatre goers who listen to pulpit tirades against tho stage are generally either amused or disgusted. They betray that ignorance that comes from tho discussion of themes of which ono is ignorant. As a general thing the pulpit does more harm than good when it talks of tho theatre. could hear e, as-u- If tho clergy young, whenever any of tho above symptoms appear. Person Traveling; or Uvlnar In TJn- iirauny idealities, by taking a dose occasionally to keep the User In healthy action, will avoid sU Malaria, Illllous attacks, Dimness, Nau. ses. Drowsiness. Depression of Spirits. etc It will larirorsie like a glass of wine, but I a no lo toxlcallng beveraire. If Tnu liars eaten anything hard ot digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleepless at night, take a time and you ill be relieved. Time and Doctors 11IIU will ha saved hy always beeping the Regulator In tho House! For, whatever the aliment may be, a thoroughly ssf purgative, alterative and tonle can never be out of place. The remedy Is harmless and does not Interfere with business or pleasure. Quinine, without any of the injurious sfter effects It should be used by all persons, old and STANFORD THURSDAY, API 26, And for that day and dato only IDE Bill Circo-Zooiogic- it is rtmrxY TronTAnLK, And has all the power snd efficacy of Cslomel or Simmons Liver Regulator has been In use In my family for some time, and 1 am satisfied It is a valuable addition to the medical science. J Gill Smostss, Governor of Ala. A floTrrnor's Testimony. Royal German Menagerie, Le Gran o . and Mystic Circus of Japan, Travoling togothor lor this season only. 1 A CAN S 4 Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, of do., says Have derived some benefit from the use of Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a further trial. s, many remedies for Affection and Debility, but never have found anything to benefit me to the extent Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Mln. ncsota to Georgia for it, snd would send further for such a medicine, snd would advise all who are aim. ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only thing that never fails to relieve. I. M. Jannit, Minneapolis, Minn. I)r. T. 4V. Mason aayat From actual ex. pertencc In the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in my practice I hare been and am satisfied la use i.J prescribe it as a purgative medicine. IlUeT., Liver "The only Thing that never falls to I have used 0f l'V B Consolidation of the Greatest Shows I A Union or flic 4 IJcsl Shows I Tho Fivo Groat Giants aro with tho Giant Shows. KsSSCasKdLBVasstatS Tho Monster "Whale, Tho Giant Black Camol, ! We alone exhibit Ibe r I ""Take only the Cennlne, which always Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mar- k The Giant Horse, The Giant Ant Bear, Giant JSnuics rti of J. H. ZEILIN A CO. " nY ALL DRUGGISTS PiWKI.SMO.11L Titanic Bnbalipus, the Sacred White Camel, and the Midget Camel Swarf. reriorming uonei, monies ana Acting Quadrupeds ! A whole SAM SI. BUKOBTT. J. & VT. BaOWX. BUKDETT DROWN, Wild Beast Show Free for nothing in tho Strcota 1 ATTORNEV8 IJIjlyr JIT. VERNON, & T. W. VllHOX. A.T DOAtV. KV. VfiLLlCX K. VA.MIOX. "Ilcclor," ilie $10,000 Riding Canine! The Greatest Elders are with the Greatest Shows. Office in Owsley A boa's new building ATTD11NKV8 A.T LAW, STANFORD, KY. .vriTOIIlVJ-iM. T. W. W.E VABKON, Miles Orton and Little Allie and Bernard Are With Us. up stalrr. bTANFOltD, KY. Will practice In the Uurts of Llnrolu and ad- Joining counties and Ibe euperior Court and Court ut Appeals. CM.cisl attention given to collections. Olfit-112 uu Lancaster str-- vt PEYTON, .A'l T..AAV, M'lle Leonora, the Heroine of ;he Flaming Zone, ArrOUNEY A.T DANVILLE, KY., ALEX. ANDEHBON, X.AW, FleM's Flro Famous Eunnr FmIk; Ibe iinlsb Fire Juggler, Cunltfibi ami VsnAulcen, f .1 .u. l..'vl...u ti'.i...... I.. . Jock ft II11 iho II KK IIALLOON ASCENT, sml sll iheU test Ceiisstluns sre with the which will jsIIItcIt ex- I (aiiibiliril filinirn, L tan, JPuVtsw UlC yxWsssWWsswJy'JrnmmSaBKm '""' muuai Will Practice In the Courts of Boris and adjoining counties and la the Court of Appeals. And Master Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court UT. VERNON, KY. Will practice in the Rockcastle Courts. CollecIK tions a specialty. Office la Court-bous- e. HT.VERN0N, FRIDAY, APL. 27. sKB&&BBtsWksWiMZ&imSssWw J. B. PISH. A.t tomo y A.t JOnvr. LEE P. HOFFMAN, KY.. Office South side slain Street, two doors abort the Myers Hotel. Pure Nitrous OXlde Ou administered when re- HUROIiON STANFORD, quired. A. OWSLEY & SON, DENTI8T, -- DEALEKS IX- - LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. Any one wishing to buy Lumber for boxing, fencing or any purpose csn ssre money by gettlnt It of us at our mill on the Dumber farm, about two miles from Crsb Orcbsrd. 121 Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- MELVIN A CO. Woodon and Willowwaro, Stoves, Orates and Tinware, and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, . 18G9. as loss of rnergr, Irssot of uieuioijr, UDlrcrssl lassitude, pain Id the back, dimness of vision, preuisture old age, sod many other diseases tbst lesd to consumption aud a premature erase. Sd'elend for circulars with l'oslnuster-OeiieraOreehiui has l free j wall. Ibe iWIUOItATOH Is sold at II por box, or six boxes lor 19, br all the design of the new (wo-ctdruggists, or will be sent free bj mall, securely sometimes be! stamp. Hi J body of the stamp U on a tab sealed, oo receipt if price, br addressing B. J. sjllfc.ls a. a. Mr. Cummings was a candidate for let, and contains the profile ol Wwhlngton, 113 Adsiusstreel, Toledo, Ohio. 191-- 1 jrl Sole ageut for the United States. stamp. Alderman in St. Louis. He wrote to similar to that on the three-ce- nt Surrounding (his is an otiI band, in the tho Spectator: "Givo rao a littlo puff. upper poitlon of which la the lo;eail: "U. If you ask any one that kuows me, S, Postage.'' At the bottom of tlit hand you will find that I am not unworthy I the large numeral two, and at tho hot of your support. I enclose 810." The torn of the tablet are the words "two cent." editor printed tho letter by way of a The color of the stamp ha not jet been "little puff' and gavo the raouoy to decided upon and will not be until ibe tamp la engraved. charity. THE OAXV UK nUNHINII Fowler Uroa., who own and operate a "Ma, what is a grass widow?" asked a Harlem youth, who had been reading iu the papers nbout a person of that description. "Why, my hoy, I can't explain it exactly," replied tho mother. "I'll bet I know, auy how," said the smart youngster. "Well, tell me." "A grass widow is a female woman whoso husband diod of hay fever," he exclaimed. Then ho went out into the kitchen, aud rubbed tho cat's nose Harlem Times. with red peper. A New Definition. TO THE PUBLIC Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent We will now pay special attention to TCCHTOM 110--t OltlNDING.'W V i.ronilse to else satisfaction, and wbeo desired will glre Patent Flour for Wheat. Can make either bolted or unboiled meal. HeALINTEKstNALLKE. TboussndsofcraTes are snuusllr robbed of their victims, llres prolonged, bspplucusnJ health restored br use of the great Isiijio-fcMC- !. Salt, liimo. Comont, Field Soods, Plows and Farming Implements. Call and see tho gennino Hamilton Plow . ROBBED nf sequence 11 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. GERMAN IN VIG0RAT0R! Which poslllselr andixriusDentlr cures (caused by excesses olau j xlod.) lf aud all dlsea.es lb si follow a H'cilA-nr-, WE ARE READY! -- WITH- "MORTON BOUTJE." Men's, Boys' & Children's Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Railway. CLOTHING! -- Tho iron manufacturers met at Pittsburg aud decided that thoy would reduco the wages of their working men about 20 per ceut. "Protection always makes high wages and steady work," you know. What a consist ent, truthful set these protectionists Courier- - Journal. are l Ho whoso breath is now freighted down with tho encouraging aroma of the fragrant spring onion, advertises thosccoud class boarding houso afar off. Qeorgo T. Little, of Louisville, says: "Two bottles of Brown's Iron Bitters entirely relioved mo of very large packing establishment, employ-in- g several hundred men, at Kansas City, itaued an order that all eniplojes, while either on or ou" duty, mutt abstain from the ute of Intoxicating liijuoia and must not visit gambling housea. Thousands are being cured of Catarrh every year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that the doctors had given up and said could not be cured. 75 cents a bottle. Bold bj Penny A McAlIster. Stanford, Kr. Thousands bear witness to the poslllte curative powers of the Great German In Bold by vlgoralor. See advertisement. Penny fc McAIIaler, Stanford. There are over fifty sheep farmers In Otago, New Zealand, with flocks of not leas than 20,000 each. FuUiunn Pal act) TO Ours! AND gOLID THAWS LOUISVILLE CHICAGO 1 ABUNDANCE ire I Rvu! i. Naticic PauMDfars trolil tho ktnox Tills Ucaucb of U A N. It. It. arrlie In Uwl.lllls la lliuelo tstetbeeieulug I rain 01 the -- mooou luute" aud go through to UreeHcastle, CranfordsYllle, Lafajctto aud Chicago milium ciiange. TIME TABLE. liliy. "bTATIONS. -- .. Lie. toulsrllle Air. Urenuciulle. ...... 11 Crawfordsillle... UCarstl ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT Uslljr. CO t 40 01 1 p nil o ' Chicago 2 05 I IS aui 4 li uui 7 W a iu, 8 W p m am a in au JMiu 01 uui Correct Styles aud Low Prices. The most direct route, wills ooljr one ibsmsof rars, to all oluta la Wlsrouilu, Mluoesois, tows, Mtbrsain, Ac r'or lurthrr luforiuatlou. jsdilress MIMIKAY Ktl.t.fcK, CI. f. A., IjjuIitUIs, Kr bruce. vn & a rwimmm IT!-- mph: "nc . chiefly to the old parish church. We came year two Important victories were achievloll aa some service or other was breaking, ed In this county for the democratic patty, Somersrt. and the Beadle In full costume gave ua all but that will avail m very little If we rest iMiAiHi-- j J. A. Ilrown arrived here Tuesday the Information hecould, beside volunteer102 filUfKMWKt.T, Lank, ing lo run for the pariah clerk, whose busi- content with what we have gained and alwith a large party of land biivfra from fflavAasrarojiD, Damtox, London, K, O. Mar, 2, '8.1 J ness it was lo show, for a half crown, the low the opposition parly lo overcome ua In Ohio. I'arUh records. Tho Beadle Iho future. To prevent this we must nomFriday Morning April 20, 1883 It la currently repotted about town The "F.taler Holidays" rival Christ-uia- a found him, and very soon we had the un- inate good men ami work harmoniously for that W.C. Owens and MIm Nettle Hlcka ditto In Kngland. The recoil from wonted gratification of looking upon and them. The time has now come lo nomiEDITOR will marry In a few days. Mr.Owenahaa W, P. WALTON, Inhaling the musty of parchment recfent la tremendous, It Is a mrni snfrr In ord of centuries aa odorback a the middle nate a candidate for the legislature. The far removed from town to hla farm In the altad of a rarnimlt, and tells very plainly of the. lfilh. They are carefully preserved County Committee should lake some steps partnf the county, where the average heart Ilea. Yet I ran In an Iron box and beaide It I It mate.con-lalnln- g toward securing a good man lo make this 1lMMfiOIATI(, NOMINKK VOn IIIIPUIWINT-ATIVIJ- , Hoi. Turpln, the one known m "longthe church plate, of great antiqui- race. We have heard of no candidate for not say that I would liko lo see Itnl abol haired Hal," or "Wild 8ol,"who waa arrel-rished. It Is a "form of godliness, without ty. The latter la or pure, massive, beaten the office a yel, but this thing hould not JUDQK THOMAS P. HIIA J1L sllver-l- he last weeknn the rhargeof youngest piece In the collection the power," I am sure, In most caaea; but lielng a chalice of 1727. The other are be put oil until the enemy are organlred. haa been honorably released. Turk Stringstill, like the pious Inrcrlptlon over all the sixteen hundred and something. The cups If II ia we may expect defeat. er, charged with stealing hogs and sheep, Is NOTES Or CURRENT EVENTS. public buildings In thla wonderful London, are model uf beauty and elegance. All, will U tried llit term of In jail, and and Included, are and like the "In God we Trust" on Ameri USrANTEIl AnrHtTIHKkK.1T. n( llie Cur lias l.tcn Court. -- The coronation eopm ol tlio past, at varigills irom ca's coinage, it speaks of a hidden yearning ous limp, goiiiy and Invaluable as relics. The Christian Church at this place MlKrirl till. I line lOtli, II. V. WALTBli. 4 The oh church ws built in P.H0. and Capt.AI.M. llatliawT, Dfimljr War- haa employed A. C. Taylor to preach for after belter things, even though It be like ON a spark under heaps and heap of ashes, although added to, the structure remains, first and third I.ANCAHTKK, KY. den of Ilis Kentucky enllntlary, la itrail. the congregation the Of course and Olios oyer Cllliens Natlonil Hank. ORie hours in each month. Mr. Taylor is n as this observance of our Savior's Passion It was built by Komnn Catholic and the Tim Mexican Oovcrnmcnt denim the from to II A. X. ami from I lo ft r. w. Yet friar who ministered am buried, some of man, and until very re- and Iteaurrccllon la God knows. rejort that Americana can not Require land young -BAM M. nUIlDBTT, cently haa been a Ilapllat preacher. He ia He also knowa, to the praise of Ilia adora- inem, iimter tho stone liaga. Une ancient In that country. records the fact on Xa A W, A.ITX'0 1 1 N 13 V A I Four thousand men are thrown out of quite an Intelligent and fluent speaker and ble grace, that "we are hut dust," and I am vicar hla special dealro hla funeral tablet KY. f.ANCAHTKn, hi bones are lo sure pities ua and accepts more than we that br Nico employment lijr the atopiiage of the roll careful student, Will prattles In OarrsrJ anil atljolnlnsevunttra be deposited side by aide with the eood now dream, the feebleat approach to doing friar who waa his predecessor, and, In Lat- ami Court of Appeals, U.jr) Webster Thomas la preparing to build Ing tnillt In Chicago, in, sends down to following ages hi conU. O. KAUri'MAN, It. H. Clark, n II wr ataMe man of another residence, aa he haa to give posse, Him honor. I am impressed, wherever I go In Ion- - viction that the LOUD accepted the friar A.TT01tNJ3V A.I r.A"V, Islington, hai aaatgntil, with llabllltlea aion May 1st, of the one he now occupies, a well as himself, and that they would LANCASTER, KY. which he sold lo G. II. Kneel. Mr. Illack, don, with thla unique fact, that, to my both rise joyously together In the last day. that will reach $3.1,000. Ussier Commissioner (IsrrarJ Clreutl Court. Will nenrge Hcheller, accused of veiling Are of Ohio, irrived here Wednesday, nnd haa mind, adds another "identification" In This good vicar, who died 105l,seema to rractle In all th Court of (larranl and adjoining It wanted by mo. I will pay the higheit market price. I alio deal in to the Near hall Ilouae, In Milwaukee, last rented the residence of Tom Klllott. Dr. proof of Kngland and lest Knhralm being have ministered In tho old church a good eounltsa sml In ths Court of Appeals. while, and J, M, Perkins, who had n serious illness, one and the same, via , the nameand nature In writing for a long time acted aa clerk January, waa acquitted. up the resordr, owing to the deIt la announced that Jay Gould will has entirely recovered. Mrs. J. II. Ituck-e- r of God, owned on every hand and carved fection ol Ilichard Smith, the regular offi In every variety of stylo In enduring atone. cial; and one page of ia quite alck. And can inpply it in any quantity. retire from dullness life after he complete the ancient vellum A nccro named Lewis Mclntvre waa What nation but Israel would ever have record ia taken up with an explanation, in Ida lour around the world. Mr. floulcl la Tmu'ir DcraaTHasr. Nt Urrica or Coxnaottasor TiiaCvsasxtr, shot at Heaver Creek mines Tuesday eve erected "The Monument" standing near very quaint snellimr. of the nan in the reputed tole worth $100,000,000. WsaiusuTos, Km.M, IW. Bridge, with Its massive stone records, where the aforesaid Ilichard had Wltlisit, by lit tliiitli levee, fire mllea aouth of ning by a negro who had recently arrived neglected hi duly, although profuse in hi ths mKlenlgns.1. Mlliftctorj rtl.lenrs prewntr-- l lo It hat kwn raids to appesr Helena, gave away Wednesday night and Ihero from Chattanooga. Mclntyre died blocks piled to Mich a prodigious height, promises to write up the records, having sll IhaCllltena National Hank ol Ijncsittr, In tbit lbs town Ana I Tuesday night from the effects of the shot. that 310 atepa of Its circular staircase with- the requisite memoranda at hand; whereas. (Mats or tancuter. In ths county tit tUrrinl propouring through a the water Ktntuekr, has complin) all in ate required lo reach (he elevated gal- when artcr long delay, being fervently visionsof of ths llstlieJ Mstutu with Ihs Ihs of Unlu.1 crevasse, Hooding the surrounding country. Hla alayer made hla racape, and n large pressed by the vicar lo delay no longer. It Stairs required to I rom piled with httors an e caaea party of men started out to search for him, lery where vlsltora may stroll around and came out that he had not a single scrap to The testimony In the shall bsauthorlint to rooimenrs Ihs bull- haaheen completed hut the end la not yet, hut up to the present writing he haa not view London almost from the clouds? And show, and so the records of births and mar neMor baotlnr. f . JohnJ. Knm. fVinblrulUr At Now. thpra elill above this, one can climb other steps riage for quite a epace went by default. Ihs Currency, ur.hersby certify tbsl IhtClllieut do PHARMACISTS a there are several $100 a day lawyers who lieen apprehended. National lUnk ot Lsnestlsr. In Ihs town of Ian- of roughs from Fishing until the summit Is reached, where a great All of which the good vicar deplores and ostler, In the county oMIarrard sna Mists ol Ken- A crowd will keep the thing going na long aa jinest-MI'KSlKM clole of gliding resembling "tongue of pills the blame on the right shoulders, that iiicsy n suinoriteu 10 commenrs itie iiunoct bi Creek, gotdrunk while in town last MoninklD:aiirollfd In rVctlon The cane of 8. L, Clievla v. the Com- day, and toward the close of the day, un- fire," grouped Into a massive' llame, tells posterity may not hold him William tUHules of Ihs Unllrd 8UIM. S.ltMulllis list Iml (&r-5-2 ) DruRH, BookN, tjiielcli reoponsible, hut the aforesaid deIn teilluiony whereof, Witness my hand aud monwealth for $11,900 for eitia work on dertook to lake the town, but Marshal in symbolic languago what the Latin In- linquent, ,W,-- n VS "WkKA 3Ta Smith. As .Smith died seal of iiffle. this 33d day or Kshruary. IM. the extension of the Ixlngton Lunatic Hansford with some good awistatils, over- scription on the solid base below tevrals In the next year, let us hope that he was not JUBI.M J. I1MIX, riilijcl.M' Itt-lsrcuralely iMpvuud J. Oii)ilruller of the Currency. Aayluiu haa heen decided liy the Court of took and arrested most of the gang, nnd written characters, that here, nearly 'J00 hurried lo his crave br remorse for remlH- Ali No. t.ssa. nes in duty, though a minute of the vicar Apnala In Ida favor. yeara ago, gratitude to God for slopping the Police Court was kept running until i would seem to imply a much. Judgment haa hern rendered In favor ten o'clock at night. The linen amounted the devastating progress of the "great fire," Good Wm.Quelch wa a bit of a wag, of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul lo something over $50. and not allowing it to cross a certain limit, ton. In his angular handwriting appears 1(112: "This yeare, of marthis record Kallroad for $17,fiSu' claimed ngIint (he Lnrccsl .Mck or Watt lies, John Iterry Gtlmoreand (Vph Meeco, took shapet in this great alone memento. I riages, not Inone; am to ye iinij-.r- ' hinting, United Klalet for the balance duo on a con- who have been In the penitentiary two wonder if Chicago haa ever thought of putClod", Jcnelrj A Mhemare not oiocurely, his griel at the failure lu tract for carrying malls, years under n sentence of ten years for ting up something of thla kind to tell out receiving certain fee, that then, as now, Km Li.mbt to Ibl. m.ilet U.rr IU Ih.Uwnt Watehn, llwla and Jcw.lrr than The clalma against tlio United States complicity in the Mlllls murder, returned to generations In come her Ihankfulurss for appertain lo the minister's office in connec paired on short uuiK.ti.,1 Warranted. tion with the holy ordinance of matrimo picoented before the to this place last Saturday, having been being rescued from total destruction? Clalma Commission are aald to be.the most pardoned by the Governor.. Meece's wife And so, go where you will, the LORD'S ny. Cromwell's "Ironsides" stabled their horses in the old church during the unhluddng In the audacity that were ever came from Kansas, and went to Frankfort name is mentioned, aud texts of scripture of the Commonwealth, and tbe great wars winfiled before any like tribunal. to secure the release of her husband, and adorn the courts of Justice, the haunts of dow at the back of the altar waa then Dukca, the Pennsylvania assassin, ap- It Is supposed that her tears and pleadings, trade, the approaches to bridges, the mu- bricked up and has not been disturbed peared on the atreeta of Uniontown Wed- together with the fact of the acquittal of nicipal Banquet House, the Lord Mayor's since. As there ia a thicknts of nearly three feet occupied by this bricking-up- , nesday, and Mian Annie Null, the young Nunnelley, the chief man in the caae, had "Mansion House," the schools and hospi the present parish cleric, who is quite an daughter of hla victim, threw a eobblc-stonanj run.1 poputir line ot Ainrullunl Is order lof.1 control of the the desired effect for the benefit of Meece tals; not to mention the places of public Intelligent antiquarian, thinks that there pleural, V.hlelpa. and aim In onl.r lo .oiU lua lo purrtiM In aura luaalllli-- a. Is .t.t.ln l.,.ii T Vi at him, narrowly missing hla head. worship, where one expects to see such Is an elegant window and perhaps other andGilmore. count, and lowwt rales of frrlicht, I hit ntiblKbed braorh Wars treasures (paintings possibly) secured be Lancnitrr and Wrbmood. and under thi. srr.nre.eol. w. fr,l Two Frenchmen, subjected to IndigniiTB InVrlC l'!,IJJi"''""'"',s There Is nothing like it In the tween the K. Stone, of Liberty; F. F. l, things. Geo. two walls of brick. The vicar ties by Clen. Duller at New Orleans during of Crab Orchard; Geo. Denny, Jr., of world, of so marked a character and so uni however will not consent to an investiga Many Inducements Over the Majority Dealers. 0 the ar, have recovered, respectively, tion and nobody knowa what Is there. Lancaster, and J. K. Hays, of Jamestown, form. I krepm bind, at all tlmiw st ruy Mtrril W.r. Ilonmt s linwdorkof And while on this topic let me mention Carshalton Church Is very proud of an and $1,000 from the United States aa a are attending Court. Judge Alcorn la mavisit to "Guildhall," made thla morning ancient "brass," as it is called, than which balm for their wounded sensibilities. king a very favorable impression among a there Is but one more ancient known In Daniel Curly, charged with assisting our people as presiding judge, and la fre- for the first time. This ia a very ancient Kngland, and that in York Cathedral. A in the l'hcrnlx Park murders, waasenteoc-e- d quently mentioned as being the most suita- structure, and the Interior is more that of ''brass" is a braren plate let into the solid Wednesday at Dublin to be hanged ble gentleman for Circuit Judge at the a great church than what it ia, a Iti stee stone, with figures and lettering curiously a. w k Ala. H May 18. "God save Ireland!" he shouted, next election. Col. A, II. Smith, of Henry pled exterior also suggests the tame. Here wrought and often very elaborate and cost ly. This funereal gem of its kind in Carna the olUrera removed him from the dock. county, candidate for Lieut, Governor, and are the famous giants "Gog and Magog"erched on pedestals in the narrow gallery shalton Church bears date HOO commemThe Metropolitan Savings Bank of Hon. Thos. Corbett, of McCracken county, orating the demise of "Nicholas Gaynaford New Orleans waa entered by burglars, who candidate for Itrgiater of the Land Office, that runs aero the end cf the banqueting and Margaret hi wife." Another, 155S,iatet In LnucaMtcr at lliw gagged the watchman, opened the vault were here laat Monday, and addressed an hall, where the municipal enterlalnmenta into the atone aisle which besides the Inscription telling the age of the buried lady, haa and took from $10,000 lo $50,000, after immense audience, and both made very are held. The Mayor lives at the "Man- also the figure of a female with bands clasp"ENTERPRISE GROCERY," sion House," near tbe Koyal Kxchangeand which they took a lunch In the president' favorable impressions among the democra ed, and a scroll proceeding from her mouth Bank of hogland, where hla gilded coach, bearing these words: "O Blessed Ladye of room. cy of this county. Mr. Pickett, son ol the Freeman, '"Inspired" two years ago lo Superintendent of Puldic Instruction, was with four noble horses in trappings, gold- - vile pray lor me y t my aoule may saveil lJtNCAHTEK, UV. mounted, driven by a coachman In a light- be." The graveyard Is exceedingly ancient oiler his little daughter aa a sacrifice at here Tuesday, electioneering for Ids father also In Its stone and Inscriptions. I have Mass., and who killed the child, la W. A, Morrow, who haa been absent from ly curled gray wig and gorgeous livery, only apace to copy one among many curiperfectly sane and will be arraigned for this place for nearly rt year, sojourning in may be seen almost any day; but his enter- ous epitaphs. The whole place ia an antimurder. He says "the Inspiration came Lancaster with his uncle, W. O, Bradley, tainments and official meetings come oil' at quarian aludy. Here ia the epitaph: "Guildhall," under the patronage of the "Tom Uuuiphrejs lies hers by (rim Jrsth I'roprlatoit from the devil." hx., returned here a few days since. ancient giants aforesaid, Gog and Magog, Wm.Pitt Kellogg, who stole the vote Circuit Court convened here last MonWho neter JIJ harm to man, woman or cbllJ; they being two colossal statues in bronie, of Louisiana In 1K7C, was Indicted Wednes- day. Judge Owaley beiug And sines without fo dods ever was known, absent Hon. J. day for receiving money for services In re- W. Alcorn, of Stanford, was elected to l'-- or 14 leet tall, very old aud representPoorToui wssnoloJy's lo but Mi own. Lay llxht on him earth; tor nous would than lis, lation to a compact, with the United States preside. The criminal docket is unusual- ing the ancient Kouian and Briton respecTh. snnutl uimIIok of tb sh.rahohlera ol tb. (Though heavy la bulk) trip It lighter ou thte. Slaulordd ilalladapTurnplk.l'i. for tb. (Ik. IIiikrIch, CarrlHRCH, iViikoum, WacouM, Log WngoHN, while a Senator, The crime la alleged to ly large, there being four murder cases, tively in full armor. A rare and wondrous 41 years." September 4, Hod ot a pn.ld.Dl auj board of dlmtora (r th. museum isalso connected with it free as have been committed Apill 0, 1880. Clerk's three lor robbery, and one for forgery. TMrwIlll held at Iho my father and fath eniulci Cluford oa SATURDAY, Clrrull J, IWJ. In this old church MAY The coat of exporting bonded whisky The murder cases are aa follows: Tom Con-le- the air to all who behave themselves, as er's father were baptited; and the record of omco la ' for killing Gooch at F.ubanka Station; are the British Museum, tbe Koyal Acade the past generations Willie anil 1 bunted IJ7- K. LYXX, VrrmlUrnt. It back to the Bermudas andabrinKlog J. Logston for killing Phillips; Buck Mermy of Fine Arts and the Tower of London, up in tbe old parchment volumes to our again by the way of Newport News, will rill, for killing KoMnaon, aud the nero on certain days, whore untold treasures are hearts' content. But the results of our not exceed $3 per barrel, including Insu- Cole, for killing another ot his color search are not of general interest, aud I rance. The first vessel loaded with bonded named Lewis Owens, in this place last treated as the property of the people and will close, just in time to catch the mail. Christmas. A man named Austin, said to all may enjoy them without let or hin Kver In Jesus, Geo. O. IUKXES whisky will leave Newport News May 2. De a la but be P. S. O, how storing hungry we are for Tsuscar DsrlaTuaaT. The Keadjuater Hoard of visitors of will lunatic, the lorgery prisoner; on the drance, the officials being strictly forbidden probably escape punishment Orriccur CourtoLL orTUK iVaacscr, which have put In Wsshisutom, Arair.7, ItSI. the Unlxeralty of Virginia has taken from plea of lunacy. Tbe most of the cases to accept even gratuities. Yerterday I saw letters, none of "Hope deferred," Ac. an yet. the Chairman of the faculty all his former tried in Court up to Wednesday uoon,were three ragged young Britons strolling band WliIiE.it, Br tallifMlory .tUeocspmfDted to thsuod.nl lined, II ku iKtn dims o appur ion powers except the direct management of for selling whisky, trespass, etc. The trial in hand with the great throng that filled tb. illou.l rtnk of lluiloolll, !n tbe townof was set for Wedof Logston, for iluilontilif. In th. county of Lincoln and but of the studeuU and given them over to the nesday afternoon.murder, was in the Court- the gorgeoua halls of the Koyal Academy, He Kentucky, haa ro mulled with all th.proililon. of Proctor, because the former is a democrat room Wednesday moroiug with his wife and these gamins of tender yrars seemed as lbs KTlcd euiutr. of Ih United Slate, required lo tw rowslid with befora an awoclatloo tball h. DEPARTMENT. much at home and etrutted around with as and the latter a teadjujter. and five children, A case of trepaa was authorised to louiiu.nc th. LuiIumioI baoklns, Owing to the deficiency of the appro- tried Tuesday, in which J. C, Taylor much the air of conscious possession as any CompNow, Juho J. ltOllO.'. 11. WISWO. 33dltor. troller or th.nfore, I, do certify Knox, th. Nacharged some vouug meu with entering one in the building. And they did have as thtt Ihs Curr.KV, priation for the payment of the expenses, tional Hanks! Uuiiou.tll., In tb town of 11 m. his premises and injuring his house. TayLANCASTER. IootIIU. tu tns county of Lincoln and BUI. of all witneeses and defendants In the election lor's daughter had married a Mr. Mue, much right there as the Queen herself. So IC.ntueky.li lbs G. D. Burdett A Co. have juat receiv of bsuklnf, .aauthorla.il toruiauwoc 5,169builnew Kitlrosd Carta, Reapers, Mower., Iliy lUlc t.raiB lrilU, llrusJeut ttod.it, Sulk. 7 Itirrows. fuU.y cases In South Carolina have been dis- and a lot of young men went to Taylor's with the free libraries attached to various ot tb authorlid In iswa.WalkUfaa.lllMIni Cullltitor., f.n IMm. (ru I1.nl.ri, VssdCulUrs.OtrnBksllsn.Fkr.. house to cAarirori the young couple; and public Institutions, an Kngliahman, or any ed a very elegant lot of picture frames and tutlMJ fiuiutct tins unucu oiaiw. charged from further attendance at this ltUM uiy hand sad en1 BolWrt. sod winy other lleuu. In Intluioay wbenul. some of the boys getting too much whisky foreigner, for that matter, has unrestricted cbromos, which are for sale cheap. SMlofolfics. thla Tthdiy of April, IMI term of the United States Court. The become rather violent in their noisy demNext Monday is County Court day. heavy expenditures In the Star Koute tri- onstrations, and aroused tbe anger of Mr. arcess to the stores of learning contained in JO II X J. K.VO.T, als occasions this deficiency T.j lor; hence the suit. Only three of tbe millions of volumes in the aggregate. Isn't The candidates for the State Senatorship m-t- No. 1,9 17. Cuuiplrollor of Ihs Curnncy. Trass Ortega and his sweetheart were young men appeared for trial A. J. Mor- It grand? The failure to take advantage will probably be here and publicly lay Ford out driving oi) Lookout mountain, near gan, Henry was and a young Nichols. of it all does not impair tbe glorious ua their several clalma before the people of The verdict one cent and costs. Oue Chattanooga, when the horse, becoming of the irnwt important cases which Is to ture of the golden opportunity offered (o all. this county. The machine uitn will make a display frightened, leaped Into a rivlne 200 feet come before the Court this term Is that of Like "the gospel of the grace of God," free 1 am alluding two dragging the buggy and Its Inmates Scott Gilpin, who is to be tried under the as air and light to every human soul, yet, of harvesting machinery Monday. Landeep, ., fin. Jacks at uiy down with him. Griggs' neck was broken, Kuklux act. Gilpin la the leader of the alas! neglected by so many. Grace is grace, caster is said to be one of the beat markets flis tulles North troubles at Beaver Crtek Mines between though, for all that. ofbUuford.it of for farming implements and machinery and his sweetheart had one arm broken the miners and the superintendents of the To return to "Guildhall." Another thing all kind In this section of the State. and received serious injury. The horse worka. Gilpin is rather a bad fellow, hav$8 to Insure A gentleman from this county, and a ing served a term in the penitentiary for let me notice that Is also perfectly unique: was killed. colt. killing an Irishman at Burnslde afswyears In front of Guildhall lies a small rectangu- stockholder in the Citizen National Bank ople of Washington The colored sluie. This last case against him will like lar court, 'JO or SO yards across, and in this of thi place, wa ofiered $112 per ahare anntverrary of EmancipaIlia tn Intimites of alt klndaof celebrated the ly return him to Frankfort to represent our SURPRISE chine. sU prepared to lurultb. price Wind Mil'., HsrM Po.r, mdEnrtnM, Saw Mill., Tbrblor MaHay I'reucs, Ktraw Starker., yarlou.slh.r klndiol uarhlnary. tion Proclamation in good style. Fred. county until the Governor seen fit to send open space hundreds, if uot thousands ol for slock in that bank in Danville, last Ii 1 ha Dalai. 4 veai. olJ. fclrfkl br Xdju. r&lrrtuo. wh6 delivered the principal addre, lu lbs him lock to our arms. He has caused pigeons feed lu perfect security, so tame Mouday, which he refused to take. The lib air)t CaMwtU'ittntfjitk) aa4ouiut a8up Parilssln want of any ,M. in toy tins will course of Ms remarks uld: "It seems to much annoyance to the officers and com- that they will not fly out of the way, and bank hasn't bee a In operation quite two nor AiiuiuuiD jrniMr.c pany at Beaver Creek; and about two one has to be careful In going In (est he mouths yet. Uiom nothing by Kwlug tu. triors purcbulnr me there Is but one destiny left for u; that wwii ago he called a meeting of the miW.O. Smith, late of this place, now a is to make ourselves, aud bs made by oth-tr- ners and presented a resolution ordering should tread upon the pretty birds. A ilrd agent ou the C S. 11. H. was married I.ldbinds.l y.srsoU Burprlao.by Win. U.UubbU'a it art of the American people lu every the superintendents to leave the place; but quickened walk to preunt being crushed mall will permitaaui.diut ai Mis Kale ted to M.a limited nuuiCr ot good uiir.fc sense of the word. Assimilation, uot Iso- instead of giving up their situations the by thronging footsteps la the only mark of Wednesday In Cincinnati, to (Xmi and k uiy Jtckt inJ colt. oificers had Gilpin arrested, and he la now fear they exhibit. Thla millennial exhibi Coppage, of that city. The bridal party tltKKMHKKHY HKIUIIT. IIMI lation, Is our true policy and our nitural la jail awaiting bis trial. The superinarrived her Wednesday evening. Mr destiny." tendents are good business men, cool, fear- tion, leuember, is located in the very heart Tbe Supreme Court of Mississippi, In less and determined, and since they have of thla great Babel, and Is the prettiest aud Mr. Geo. It. Hardin, of this place, at the case of Chalmers vs. Myers, Secretary shown that thv luteud toruu the mtues in tblug I have yet seen in the city. In the tended the wedding. the interest of the company and not to be old sleepy uiosnue in India, where the Corn planting I going on at a lively of State, reversed the decision of the Ciraaddls This everytnlog is working amooin-ly- , pigeon is a sacred bird, and the JiWuA rale, but a great many Urmers ate not tiua entered Judgment dismiss. cuit Court, aud ben will ttsod th prvs-eaud since Gilpin's Incarceration tbe Msaoo st lay .t.Us st have little to do but to feed tbe pretty crea- thiough breaking yel. Wheat U coming v the petition of Chalmers for a man- miners seem to be satlaGed. One of the KiUuun Sj.riBg Toil Harrow. OuTlui.wu tired cflO. continby eionswill Jickiun, daw damus. Tbe conclusion of the oplolou la lupat important whisky cases was tried tures, I have teen the. same; but coming out wonderfully and If the reason lauDhiudl tlruaasJ Smlsol all II0J1; alM rUjlwhaaux, griudtoi by having declar- Weduesdsy afternoon lu the Circuit Court upon it iu the centre of London, without ues favorable we will have more than an Frank. that the Secretary of State, May and Wool It was that of the Commonwealth against warning, I can uot write bow the sight average crop, but It will probably be later ed Manning elected, aud the Governor Mrs. Klltabeth Strunk, on two counts, U iasfiu tsy I'lcw 1 In getttug ready to be harvested. me. THREE JACKS! hating Issued hlci a certificate of election, which resulted iucouvlctlou. The woman Ksster Mouday Willi and I took aahort had been living at Science Hill and keep-luJa. Bout, of Kansas City, Mo , is on puts the esse beyond the jurisdiction of Alum. pU.--, I will aland thru jacks. a sort of secret tlppliug bouse, without trip Into the country to viait the village a visit to relative iu thi county. Col. courts, and Congress alone can interfere. liceose of any kind, lu a back room in her where ruy father was born. We found it Sam Walton returned Monday from a buAt William' lUocb, Texas, a mam- residence, which proved to be a source of (.'Ui:r..V A U'1LL,IAM8, Mason county and Cincinnamoth meteor fell upon the house of M. much annoyance to the people of the without difficulty, though everything Is siness trip to Th. tns partnership Jk, will Mil uarMst fJIkV Maasgera llualonvtlts D.pot Wm. Pickett, of Frankfort, son of .w wr j rut. auu .iu tor Garcia, killlog hliu, hi. wife and five ihil villain and vicinity. For some time ate greatly chaugvd since I was here twenty-od- d ti. Mr. KM. Murk lluirk .1 Mill, and jaat.at tfii. defied the law and officers aud years ago. Cushalton lies but twelve Jo. D. Pickett, who 1 a candidate for re- Coil, alt liuured to w.aulog tliu. J.tis uiar. i. If dreu. It "covered an aore of ground and tion receives general approval, lo evade Is almost election to the office ot Superintendent of tradad vr iuoTd twhin CmIIuj tliur. tb loiux. ViSBsssssssBtmasrSaVaVaV U. I.. 1VITIIK1I.S. Is still steaming." As a sample spring 1U. the law aud the officers she had arranged miles from Louden Bridge aud sue U forfeited and wawu uiut b promptly mU was iu lowu yesterday tied. W b.u grw 1. .um.l.ul 1 will k..p waria a glgsulio aud uuuetvsssry, this will juu. htr room so Ibat tier customers could put lu the suburbs of the great city; being Public Instruction, Marug.r Lanea.l.r HKaJaMaJalasssssssssssssW' bw wwk.it It-pol iudjuul st II p month, to fcUP " jtMfaasssssssssP lookiug after tbe luterest of bis father. b paid wb.o slock la uk.svut. Ths culu h.td It will hardly I news to add that that down their woavt and receive a glass of reached by tho Loudon, Brighton A South bound for tbasMa, bulbil .uatom.ra.wlth very Who Is to be our next ItepreeuUttv7 Urn whisky wttboul wWiu the seller or Coast Hallway. This gives its direction in .sntptlons, pay u. promptly without th bu. timid aud luslautaueous liar, Joe MulUst-taAll this os me out In tbe testimois a questieu we hear asked more than once Btof Ibilll.o. frumpt Iwrwual atuatlon wlllb It. II. IV IM HEX, late of Kentucky, Is making Texas ny before tbe court. There are two or part. It is to the southeast and ou the sOLav day, and It U now getting to be a lU.tttu tb.avcommodatlouiad lul.mt of my pi. trout, but uoi liikl lor scclJ.ou. natural lu tbe absence of Congressman three more counts against her yet to be south or Surrey Side of the Thame from every cm rianttr. Massgtr ttltliniccd tepot fel LKV1 UVHHXE. April J, 1MJ, Mtddlrsex. Oar place of pilgrimage was, question of no little Importance, Latt tried. Journal. Tom Ochlltrte.-lCou- rwr Stmi-M- t thli 3nitriorournal PULASKI COUUTT. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE icy. a'lua ionis." - H. G. RUPLEY, MHllUUAiVr TAIIiOJt, - i .- kind-hearte- Has-Icr- d Stanford, Kentucky, - alms-dlsh- e bread-plate- s Hun-da- HIIIKJ12 HBNTIHT, Mtmevw a.zlst:d self-mad- SITIAIBIIalEI! Sale r Feed Hates DEaiArass shop. lot of Horses and Fino Turnouts. itmofJ; poubibs GOAL! A. T. XlWiTOsIjIiISir, W& Citizens National Bank. milord, Ky. 200-var- d n Star-Jloat- Penny ft H'AIfeteff o e, Kfect Kit-har- and Fancy Artloloa. Stationery JKUi:i.f:it!i laandrcth's French-Ameri- can Claidcii ATTENTION, lt FARMERS! Ilob-hil- In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of .. a h!.. $10,-00- of FURNITURE l, GEO.D.BUKDETT&CO., J TiinixIkc Election. 1711-l- jtU Nrlnj; rami Hustonvillo Nat. Bank. Garrard Countv ' u TWO FINE JACKS. sta-hi- l"ssssMiJ!5 ! a -. ON TIIVXE! n Duii-uoxe- J GEORGE D. WEAREIU, Stanford. H.sok flXM . n, r. J i I I). N, Williams, assignee of the firm of Clark A Baker, request all those who are Indebted lo ssid firm lo come forward and settle the same, or their account will have to be placed in the hind of a collecting Frlilay.Mornlng, officer. The firm's business must be closed and settled at once. t A t)l.l,line,of California canned gocd, Monarchist, the great race horse of A little hoy mmed Claunch, who livl. AN, LOCAL TIME CARD. Dan Swigert, of Woodford, valued at $15,-00- ed on Sksggs Creek, In this county, waa and lower than ever at H. Uright'. Mall Train, Daily. I dead, (Successors to Ohenault, Severance & Co I'satea Stanford going North.... playing with a pistol the other day, and In J 15 p. M. rt Fon Hai.p, " A handnome residence. " Hotilh.. 2 00 p. M. Mr. B.J. Treacy, of Lexington, Ky., trying to shoot a tree In the yard shot himWill sell very cheap. W. Craig, 8lmford. Accommodation, Da iff ercrpt Sunday. his sold two rolls, not yet foaled, by Wood- self. The hall went In under the right eye (I 24 U trsSl.nfotS going North Have just received an elegant stock of i. M. Don't fail to are the handwme design ford Abdallah, for $1,250. and csme out at the back of his head. He J 23 r. u. South. A train on the Chesapeake A Ohio H. is alive yet and will probably recover. In Tea, Dinner and Chamber Sets at II. C. It. caught seven mules and two horses In a LOCAL NOTICES, A man by the name of Geo. Jirbofrom Bright'. cut nearOwingaville, klllingthe entire lot. South Fork Trestle, C.8. It. It, wis run llinr Paints of Penny A McAllslsr. you want to buy Dry floods, Csrle, If Commissioner Bowman has sent ill a over and killed by the construction train FuillNfi TcU at McKolisr. At HlsfrV. I HI or .Shoe, do not fill lo rail at Iloht. s lot of premium white and yellow corn, near Brodhrad Monday evening, He was L4NtiRmrniintrn Heed at McllolierU 8. 1.ylle's and see hi stock. which we will give lo those farmers who a passenger on the evening train, but being . HlSRg'. Am, the new shade in drunk, he became no troublesome that the Nick (took of Mrtliilay cutis at Penny A cood wish to try It. For Bale. Twelvo good hogs, 1C0 to conductor was compelled lo remove him .MCAIISIcr. and In cheaper good, with trimmings to 180 pounds, suitable for the June market, from the csrs. He tried to follow the pas Am. the color of I'isinoml Des at Mo match, oan be found at J, W. I lay den's lloberls A Slagg's. and a good red senger train, until he fell in a drunken Mlt. II. 0. A noun ha put up n new set JfH. Haas I or Cliolern Cure. Penny bull, an excellent breeder. K T. Younir, stumor across the Irack, where he lay until A McAllster solo agents, mall boxes and Is now able to accomof near Titrnersvllle. the construction train came along. This LANDnirrn'it (Union Heed, In Imllc nl modate over two hundred prrtona with Mr. W. P. HIITner, of this county, ha train was running at the rale of about 20 in piper, at Penny A McAIIater's. private boxes. just finished delivering (o Graves A miles an hour. As they came around the Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired New lot of frame and picture frame 21,130 pound of hemp, tho prodcurve, a body waa seen lying across the and warranted by Penny A .McAllster. and ornics molding, and full line of fur- uct nf 10 acre of land, which is raid lo be track about thirty yards ahead of the enPERSONAL. niture at II. K. Wearen's. Prices low. Call the finest crop delivered here for some lime. gine; the brakes were applied, but before He received $150 per hundred for it. Mia J. 0. Hays Is at lur father's In and see for youroetve. the train could be stopped, the engine and Lexington Pre. (lirrard. several cars had run over the body, culling We venture to nay that moro gardening Mil. Tim HinuiNshaa lieen on n litisl ofTboth leg and mashing his spine. The RELIGIOUS. ha been done in thi locality during the whisky In his system kept him alive about neM (rip lo Somerset. laat threo days than waa ever done In the The subject of Dr. Cox' discourse at Mil. V. T. OnEEN liaa relnrned from three hours. His mingled body was taken sme length of time before. the Christian church next Sunday will he a trip to Hell county. lo the depot at Brodhead and tftrj eflort "Woman-h- er Chrlallin Dulles." visiting Mlu. Phil KUNKEM.EV Am. klndi of family grocerie, country employed to alleviate his terrible sufferIter. F. 8, Pollltt, of Msson county, ings. Happily for bacon, lard, flour, meal, canned goods of relatives In illclimoml. htm, he remained un I). WrAiii.s has gone to every description can be bought at 8. 8. will preach at the Methodist chuich here conscious to the Isat, No fsult is attached To which they take pleasure in calling the attention of buyers gen Mr crally. Wc have to the employes of the railroad company. ..silnglon and Cincinnati. Myer' cheaper than anywhere In town for on the filth Sunday morning and night. Mr. CunnltT, at the riak of his own life, Mm Ilri.t.c licottn I) In tlm cities the caah. Central kentuckt Medical Association, umpedotTthe engine and ran to rescue Inlying ner inlltinery good. By Invitation the Central Kentucky him, but could not reach him In time. The Tom Smith, who was arrested and nut (ir.N. Jst. 1 Hoiiinson I tery sick In jail laat wtek on suspicion of having a Medical Association held its meeling al remains were taken to South Fork Tuesday. wild erysipelas at Cra'i Orrhard. alolcn horse, was released Wednesday, the the residence of Dr. J. M Meyer, in Ilsyle MiuCAHKtr. Srr.WART, who lisslxen officers having been county Wednesdsy and were entertained In unable lo heir anyA 5KW ADVMtTIHESKJTK. visiting here, liss returned to Crali Orchard. thing agatnat splendid style. Dr. Meyer called the meethim. In Khadatncs, Mcrveillcux, Moire and Gros Grain Silks, Nun's Veil Mk(I. II. IIiiuck and IToward went ing t. .a This is the dullest week that Stanford and loonier and delivered his valedlctoiy, to Lancaster Wsilnmlay to end ft week Dr. Steele Bailey having been elected ing, Henrietta tiotn, Jitmiinc, lamtsc Uotli, ckc, ami, in lact, a has experienced for a long time. Farmers nr o. Mrs. J.C. Cof.invn.t., of Mercer, haa srr very busy plsnllng corn or preparing president at a previous meeting look the Nice Assortment of Dress Goods generally. TlittliareholJsraor tho Huitonvlllo A CorTtj'a Mid delivered hi Inaugural, Dr. A. lieen here on n slsit to friend and relafor il, and consequently there ha hardly chnir Mill Turnpike Iloail Co. will tnett alT. C. Jasper'a It. McKee, of Danville, read a paper on 8lor on eATUUDAY, MAY S. 1843, t 2 o'clock tive. Iwen anybody in town. Kkv. R. R McKoberls is attending the the "Use of Anesthetics In Obstetrics," P. u., lor tfaa election at rrealuant anil director! lor in ensuing year, O. C. M'O.V, VremhUnt. meeting of Transylvania Presbytery at Mr. John W. Uasiih, (of the laurel and a pser on the "Progress of Medicine," no Coal Cx, and not of the Peacock, as we sent by Dr. Hawkins Brown, of Huston-villDanville. (he being sick) was also read. Dr. ATTENTION, Mm. H. 1. SrAwi hi cone to Louis-vill- a staled last Issue), writes ua that there is one at Pitman and two Kinnaird presented a report of an anomato tnd a week with her father, Mr. new esse of amall-po- r Hamburg and Swiss Kmbroidcry, India Trimmings, Everlasting Trimor three cases that are thought to he that lous esse of pregnancy. This certainly round at Lost Washing Made Easy! W. K. Carson. ar tuk direa-- , but have- nbt fully developed yet. mings, Tucking, Laces, Ladies' Neckwear, Hosiery, Corsets, Fans, was unique, and defied the Clinicians ss to Miu. Wai.tek Saundkrs wai with her the correct diagnosis. Dr. McKee verbal- New American Washing Ua chine friend here thi week. She went to DanParasols, &c WHITE GOODS in endless variety, and a splendid Andy Yates, colored, came up from Kor aala by ly reported a case in which during life a ville yesterday. JAxir.s e. cntnr, Junction City Tuesday night and went lo Buena Vista, Garrwil County, Kj, 1M assortment of LAWNS, GINGHAMS, &c diagnosis was not msde, and a pott mortem Mr. C. I.. Iloutn and wirr, of the house of Mr. Wm. Daugherty's black- failed to reveal the pathological lesions. are here. Mr. II. will go to the inith, Henry James, against whom he hi The dUease seemed to be novel and was citira A large stock of Carpets, Rugs, Oil Cloth, Matting and Wall Paper. a grudge, and broke in and with a rock rapidly fatal. The exhibition of patients, Mil. V. 8. lloci.mt I dsngerously III t and bruised him up considerably, and Shoes The handsomest stock of Ladies' and Gents' fine custom-madWeliave plaml allot our notes and accounts In remedies, plates, books, Instruments, Ac., at Mr. It. Cohli' with blllou armltlent fe- left on the early Ilia liamla of M. Pejton fur collection, and parties train next morning else Eastern-mad- e was unusually good and made the meeting Indebtct lo ua will aavecosla and trouble br Hoots and in the city. Wc also keep a full line of ver in a typhoid form. our .Marshal would have taken him in, with bint at once. went to Cedar Miw. O J. Nr.wt.ANi pronounced In its excellence. Alter a royIt. jrATTIAGljY, Andy ia very quarrelsome when drunk, and Shoes, which we olTer at low prices. In addition to our large stock Creek yesterJay to mo her aunt, Mr. Dud. K0-al dinner, the beautiful herd of registered it. T. 3IATTIXGISK, we would like lo see him punished for this Jersey owned by Dr. Meyer, wa driven Newlind, whoi very tick. of Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing e keep a nice line of assault upon a quiet colored citizen. and Ilea Sullivan have up for the Inspection of the Association, Musis in pants and suit patterns, which we arc offering at low fighave returned to Cincinnati after a visit to lllE Comiiination Sale of horses at and the sight of these Jersey "Lllllea" was Danville yesterday waa well attended. A a "rxptlc persuader," and made etch min thtir pirent In thi county. ures. A general line of Gents' Furnishing Goods. Rtrared or stolen from the reildrtico of the un Miss MattikOenthv, of Boyle, who good many buyer from other Slates were feel that he would like to be the owner of dersigned on the llth dar of April, a lrs KKD la visiting Mra. lien Spalding, calletl on present. The Mock sold well. Serenty-fou- r at least one "dairy," but the prices vary- nr.rit.il iuil.il. ineauure rewsru win uepaiu NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, to any one returning her or lor such Information ..We sell the aa will lead to her recofe rr. head out of the ninety-on- e catalogued ing from $250 to $1,009 the Esculspisn nine of her friend here Tuesday, . A. ItVHKHIUE. u'hich is one of the verv best machines in use. 1'arties in need ot a -- Mrs 140 J. K. Carson came down from were sold for a total of $1 1,2 1" or an aver- cime away, reluctantly, without a purlAneaster, K.J. machine can save money by giving us a call. Crali Orchard Wednelay to visit the fim age of about $192 00. llelow we give a list chase. A motion was unanimously carriAMERICAN of the most Important sales: Iloston, brown ed that the Association meet at Harrods-burg- , lly of her father, Mr. W. T. (Ireen. Miss Limir Tr.VM, of CIalvelon, Tex , gelding, 5 years, by Garrard Chief, Uruce the .Id Wednesdsy in July, at 10 o'arrived Wednradsy on a visit to Mra. I.ii A Harlan lo William P Oivrn, Lin clock, A. m. Dr. P. W. Logan waa aptie Hill, of the Turnersville neighborhood coin, $210. Ingomar, brown gelding, by pointed to read the opening piper on Ol lEoiituolcy. A Harlan Miks V.un K. Knoltman i visitine George Wilkes, llruce to and Aural Catarrh" and Upon solicitation I have accented the a(enc)r for Agnew A Andrews, Lexington, $310 Dr. Kinnaird will report on the section of friend at Camp Dick llobiniion. If a Lincoln and (Jarrard counties of this most praisecertain young gentleman of town had Ksau, lny gelding, 5 years old, by Mes- Anatomy, Surgery and Surgical Pathology, worthy and perfectly rellab'e Institution, the object of being known thi hs might have been aived a senger Chief, Will Dunn to Itlchard Low-el- l, this meeting was a success in every par tlnanclat the A. M. A. Societyorphans, "to protld. aid to the widows, heirs. legatee and assigns of Its deceased memtma." No one Lexington, $295. Marshall Kleber, ticular, the entertainment was nonpareil, long and fruitless trip one night thi week. should heslule to secure membership. It will Cait. J. It. HiNtiMA.v, of Adair coun- black lallion, ,rjMr,hy Cuyler, Cecil the courtesies most royal and every one afford me pleasure to give full Information to those deslrlog showing the object ol the Lieutenant Governor, waa Urus. A Hue to.lVrrsna,Sslvis4,$:i20 expressed a hope that age may never with- bocletjr, It and circulars ty, candidate names of the officers, de. V. il. UOCUF.HTRU, er nor custom stale the Infinite variety of 119 here thi week. He is a handsome, pleas Marshall Neil,Uy.teTdlng, by Prince Stanford, Kj. Cecil Ilro. A Hue to J. M. Hsrkness, Dr. J. M. Meyer. Medicus. ant gentleman, and hi a great many $200. Salesman, black gelding, by B. M. BuaotTT. friend in thi county, the vole of which Ohio, L. W. Duaoirrr. BOTLE COUNTT. Wm. Welch, W. A. Kussell to Bally Bros, he i very sure to gel. Danville. Mr. II. M. llURUKTT, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, $265, Tom Stsmps, Jr., The proptrty of Miss P. 13. Craig, on bay 5 years, by Tom Stamps, Cecil Bros. A Lexington Street was sold was here Wednesday. He made arrangeon Monday, to Now own and are running ment with our grocer to tell hia excellent Hue to Ben Kendecy, Pennsylvania, $305. Mra. Llllie Ilohon and Mrs. V. A. Ilohon, of L. W. Burdetr Jennie 8., biy, i years, by Geo. Wilkes, Jr , for $1,001. flour, made at the mill ! -THE OLD FLOYD amelosame, $250. Substitute, by 0111' A Co on Diz Itiver. llead hi advertiseOn Monday, Mr J. H. Knglcman sold On Dli IUver, 6 miles from Danville and S Vermont, Jesse Dunu lo Tracy & Wilson thu fine mare, Noonday, by St. Elmo, dam mil from Urvanusllle. Tber hare put Into the ment in another column. Mill $250. Charier Kiucald, chestnut geldini:. Midnight, by Pilot, to Mr. A. A. Bonner, ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS C year, by Varrlck, Ctcil Broa A Hje and LOCAL MATTERS. New York, for $1,000. of The mare's Wathan to Ben Kendecy, Pa. $075. Lot-t- a For making d Florida Orakues at II. C. Bright'. filly by Nutwood, he sold to nothing but the best Patent Hour, but are making the pure Utratght Flour, which baa , bay mare, 0 years, by eon of St. 8 alt the elemema of the wheat In It and ground only a Danville eentleman fur $500. Early Cabbage and Tomato Plant at d by water: tbey make their Flour from Cecil Bros. A Hue to Billy Bros , Ps,, The funeral of little Willie, son of whea- t- no elevstora. Try their Flour, II. C. Bright'. IW-$275. Susan Pilot, chestnut mire, 1 yeais, Mr. Wm, Warren, took place yesterday. for sal at thegrocerlea In Stanford. Itonr. 8. I.ytlk ha received a very fine by Walaby Jack, same to M. C. Thurman, The disease which carried off this bright JUIGNEY, MAJ. F. $290. Dije Gregory, bay gelding, 4 year, little boy was inflammation of the atom line of I.adle' Shoes. by Hubert, projxrty of llruce A HirUn, ach, of the type known among physicians OfCasey.la a candidate for State Bcnator, lJlb you want the beat tuper two-plwool District, subject to tha action of the democratic If withdrawn on reserve hid of $1,000. as "Follicuisr (isstritus." The case waa party. carpeta go lo J. W. Hayden's. obstinate from the beginning and would DEATHS KeMEMUEU we atill aell a good X. O. not yield to any of the remedies of estabJudge Winfrei! O. liilley died yester12 pound for $1. II. C. Ilrlght. lished efficacy. day evening at half past three o'clock, lie SUnford The shareholders The marriage of Col. Thos. M. Green, Turnpike CD. will of theat llalley'aJt Iluatonvllle commlaslon-e- d had been A. L. SrooxAMOiiR has been meet Store, Desires to call attentlou to tbe Large and Comprehensive Block of Tery feeble for several years and the brilliant editor of the Mayaville Eatfe, SATURDAY, MAY S, 1883, at 2 o'clock postmaater at Iluena Viata, flarrard nearly ever since his leg was fuctured laat p. ., Toburro, Cigars, etc., to .Miss Pattle Crstg, was solemnized at the lor thelor the election ol 1'resldent and directors GroccrleH, Provisions!, Confectioneries!, ensuing year. county. fall he had been confined to his room. Ill 13a residence of the latter on Tuesday, the cerJ. J. CASH, l'rrmlilrnt. Which be keei alwajra on hand. Makes a specialty ot Handling Goods at Wholesale on Small fronts, We are the only firm at Stanford fell- death, which was from old age, may have emony being performed by Jlev. Green floods delivered within town limits free of charge. Iegler Jlro.' Shoe. Sbanka A been hastened somewhat by that accident. Craig, of Chicago, the bride's brother, asing the Judge llalloy waa burn In this county in Hocker. sisted by ltev. It, A, Johnson, of Danville. 1S0.1. He waa a sun of K'jah Halley and Col. of theTurncrsTllte, The Green is n native of Boyle county, Stationshareboldera Mill Turnpike lbudMcKloney premium Try the "Gilt Kige" Hour; drat A CoftVy'a Co. wll' grandsouof John Iliiley, a pioneer llapliat meet at Jones' Store, McKlnney, FUIUAY, MAY and it is said a tender attachment existed at Cincinnati Kxpoaillon. Sold only by preacher of much i, I8SJ, at o'clock a. M., for the election of Presinote. In 1830 and 1837 between him and the lady who Is now hia dent and directors for the iniulug yesr. II. C. Ilrlght. ho represented Lincoln In thu legislature wife, iu their childhood and early youth. 1S9 CLITOX ' WIjKU, 1'fMlileiU. I JIAVK opened a ahoealiop at my stable, and In 1810 was elected to Ibe Senate from A large number of friends, some of them where repairing of all kind will be done. this and Garrard counties over Ma). Abuer from distant States were present at the Daniel, after which hejretlred from pub A.T.yunnelley. marriage lo congratulate the happy couple lic life for a long time. In 1802 he Hanging The shareholders of who soon after tho ceremony left viathe IUeer Turnpike. Road the will meet Fork & (Ireto 8. 8. Myers keeps a nice assortment of Vj. at Jones' Store. was again honored by hi people, who Cincinnati Southern Road for Richmond, McKlnner.on forSATURDAY. MAY ft. 1833. at 9 plain and fancy candies, binsnas, oranges o'l lock a.m., the election of I'rrsldenl and di County Judge. lis was a elected him jj5BJET3r.M ?"'' y ""UlaaaaWlI TaB Va, where they will remain several weeks rectors lor lua eniuiiiK year and lemons, always fresh member of the whig party until Its death, 13V VIjIFIOX VuWI4F.lt, I'lrotitfllt. yltltlpg relatives. J. W. Hayden has received a nice new wheu he became a staunch democrat. He m.rTK-Jmx-s'"'rAmMT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. a man of good, sound sense and aa lot of Spring Clothing. Hudn't you better was Managed by John B. fish. honcit as he could be, and the whole comgo and get a bargain of Win 7 There sraa a little frost Monday nlgulj Tha shareholders ol lb Stanford i. Mllledgetlll munity will sorrow at the announcement Turuplka Road Co will meet at XcCuriusck'sMeel. Call and examine my slock of Furni- of his death. He leaves a wife but no not enough to Injure the fruit. on SATURDAY. MAY 0. lrl. at ture, ilc.; it Is now full and complete, and is in ornamentation, Eugene Suodgrass, of Lexington, Is at o'clock a. is., for the election of President and di children. Ills funeral will be (.reached at rectors for the ensuing yesr. prices are lower than ever, 1), K. Weareo. 13'J Dr. Brown's, Mr. Sieve Whitehesd, who unequalled. II', WEArilKHhOUDfl'rru the Chriatian church at 10) o'clock Satur J, TlIK JlmiM says that it is believed that day morning by Kids, V. U. Willlarua and ha beeu In the Lone Star State for about ! 3BLI3NTC31- - OP FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. the whistle of the Kentucky Central En- Jos. llallou, after which the remains will thrert years, is nt home again, The negroes on the K C. Railroad bo interred in Buffalo Cenmtery. gine will be heard in Itichuond by the IlecauM your bouse, or your goods, or your lire have been killing fish witli dynamite joints. ItflU of May. Hock, or your other properly has uot been burnt LAND, STOCK AND CROP. Warrants have beeu Issued for several pf or lujured by Artier lightning, lanaguarauty that Mh. Peter Hamton U ahead of the Ileal common wool is sellluir litre at them and the sherifl ia trying to catch IbeyrasaoTbe. Dou't you think, then, lliat It would bo prudent to secure Indeuiulty In rate liahermeu to far. He caught eight pound 2i cents. them. such loaa or daiuag should occur t I otrr you thle s Inany Foreatua Iteld sold a thoroughbred the other day and oue of the llsli measured William Sowder, another oue of the at lb lowest rates obulusbl Inseven, and you may surance Company. 1 represent bull calf fur $75. eighteen inches, JMI.M, I'llil.ll'N. (isrson Indicted by the Laurel grand jury Uke your cuoliw. Any ono having a good beef call on for the murder of old man Wardrtof, was Col. A. Huatlsnd, the friend or the & lUmsey. arrested by the sherifl sad taken to London Blue-GraSale I delivered an entertaining lec- Farrla I have a good, gentle milk cow and a yesterday. Judge Randall refused to al ture on "lby and (lirl Life" at the Preaby-tvrla- n yearling steer for sale. It. K Harrow, low the parlies bail. I oiler lor sale, prlraiely. my farm of 371 Acres church Wednesday night. u laud, with a Urge brick and of exicllent Stanford. A young attorney made a motion be- frame residence combined, of teu roouia, wltblua mliaofth new blaofurd 4 I'rescherssllle pike. Col. U. H. Kociiester Is agent fur LinJ. 8. Owsley sold to a gsotlemsu of fore the court tho other day and argued it New orchard. Iresb aud medical wsler Iu vcr c Virmcrs suj I'lowmeo, Chilled M.lal will not corrode; lbs heatlcat last will rewuTS coln and Garrard counties of The Ameri- Howling Green, 1 better and 'i bulls at $75 so persistently lliat another limb of the Improvement Including a neat la a faw minutes. The Oliver la a Center Draft Tloar, hatlug sloping landalde, which does away with tenant bouau. Iu grass, SOU acres, and bal.no tilcan Mutual Aid Society of Kentucky, per head. tha pressure found la straight UuJilde Plows. The Oliver has hundreds of Imitators; on miiiufactu-H- r law said: "Perpetual motion has been In- lable, 'limber abundant. e Church aud near by, aud the will imitate auloferltr Mow. Tha Oliver bsa a record unparalleled In the history vt s'Juwa. Your whose mansgersare men of high integrity Col. Thos. 8. Mobcrly, of Madison, vented at last." This Is the second Joke It la not 0 Ilea that such neighborhood uusxttllsd. a desirable farm is lor aala. DiJhbora will Ull you lo BU V TIIK OLIVEIt, and take no other. Head old three thorough-breand good business quail Qcatlons, yearling bulls at the young man ever got off. I wont tell Till perfect. Addroaa us at Stanford, Ky, or call cam at tbsfarin. $100 each. his advertisement. the first. MHN. HAKAH CttttU. He's. -- The proprietor nf the Lincoln Mills want lo buy wheal We have a lot nf seed white corn for Wanttd -- Country INcon, especially ssle. Thornton and Itulit. Porter honlder. II C. Ilrlght. The Wild Diiehra nf Genes s. a roysl (lo to W.H Hlggln' for the Kvam short-hotApril 20, 1883 was sold at Chlcigo Wednesday Corn Drill Only a few in Mock. for $21,000. Nkw slvlra in One fur Hat at Iloht. 8. 3 DAVE YANDELL Will m permitted la seree ten or fifteen approved mares at mr stsMe 4 miles rrnm Minfsrd n Ihe Knob icy. m EDMIST0N4 OWSLEY J UrkMkeai a $10 to Insure Colt. a 0, . . DRY GOODS! NOTIONS, DErHIPTIO!ANnPKl)t(inF.K.-r- av Yan dell will ties jesrs old the JOth of Jtsj, Uhan.li I Inch, blood hav with heavr mans and tall and will make when fullf developed a rnacnlnrenl horse. Hired br Teletrram; he br Frank Wollord; he br Telegraph, (who was a brother to Ethan Allen lancet and Mockbrldi Cbler.) he br Hill's Itlsek IlSWk. of Hrldftttftrt. VI ha br Phermin end ha br the orf final Jmtln Mornn. Telearam'a dim br Dord MeNarr, Jr ?d dam br Whlpp; Sd dam bj Waij. Date Yandel'adsm la a fine combined mareirom wooiiroM rminir an.l el unknown now bnt I will be able 10 est II In a short time lil 2m ft, ir. TROW, Stanford, Kr. Fancy Boy! jk .JaV high-grad- e ld CLOTHING, BOOTS, Trunks VTs '- - Vi1 i en hlm.rir to IpeacooJ breeder Shoes, Hats, 'saaSSs,sr I wlllal TWO 01.IACKN. i blh. lf ssysws'SL gar iwsctipiion user ffllanuhfifinT luv, old this fnrlne'.IJii; W Will make Ihe present season at mr stable, on tho old Danville pike, I mllea from Lancaster, at flff. 11071s vrara 7 hljh, sired l.jr Ingram's 1'ani flu ami he be ihe Cabbie horse and liss prov aland hands & Valises, F.ECtli:U.SvesrsoldAi(utJO, ISM IJJ4 hands halflirotherlo Prince. Will serve mires at to Insures colt four luanth. aI.I. jim pint. hK, dark Iron rar Jsck, If. hands and will serve mires at J to Insures four months old. All meree trad d before the f.ct Ii auvriiinn.! Mr. felta the eean. The progeny of all the sluts stork will be responsible lor the seston. 1 IK" WJt.llllllltl.K. (lt, PHIL SHERIDAN ! This Una Norman (Million will make the prcaei.t triKin attl.ll. JUitgliman'e atable, I tulle linn, Mn-forat m A Handsome Stock of Dress Goods .an J" $15 to Insure a Colt. Turnpike Election. ABDALLAH MESSENGER! asason at TLl.nn..I.I.ICt.hl... .in mite toe present .iii J. K Haughuan'a stable, l'J mllea from lluslonvllle, at ... ... $12.50 TO INSDItK A COI.T. Ataameplace, will also stand e, LADIES! TWO GOOD JACKS. One at ftO and the other at 135-I- llAfflHMAN IS lo tnaura a roll. 1IKOS. CHAMPO! FS-fflawiiwSafHsPlB Notice ! U-a- e J Cas-simere- s, Hl-L- $25 Reward ! gjLjfsstasjj!HCsrsBWrv' The fine Ini.ortcd Kormsn will make Ibe season of IRKS at the alable of J M U'rav, at "Pink Cottsie," t miles Iroin Stanford, s3swfllMHaHK3lliflR97'flBsH light-runnin- g AT S15 THE SEASON. A Mutual Aid Society "Naso-pharygc- WALL PAPER ! Chsmpolsa dark gray, 17 hands bbrli, welaha 1.COI pouoda and Is 3 rears old tbe zstli nf Mar neit. llelaoffiueatvleand sction, good In Hi loins, well rlblwd andlarirelioilr. with w.llh.il aooulden; head and neck well set on. lie traa iu.. purled by (I W. Htubblllrld . Co., of lllnomlnx-to- n 825 TO IN'SUIU: COI.T! i.ju Ill.,feptemlerl4. ISS1 HH.11 A lvaiiEi'iciji ! ABDALLAH OLENCOE fr TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, l, & STAGG'S L. W. Burdett & Co. M'ROBEKTS ry3--r-s5a- Lf -- v'Js fw Ma Toad at My Combined Stalllon.wlll atand tbe present seston at luy sUble.3 miles Southwest of Iluatonvllle. on the iiustonvllle and Liberty Druggists and Booksellers, MILL Opora House Block, Stanford, Ky. ... Grrocerios, Provisions, &c, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. eight-day-ol- Kl-m- pureioun-try-Bare- A COLT, JsT Mcney duewhtn the colt is foaled. Trading the mare forfelta the Inaurance and maaea the ataaou due. Lien retained on tbe colt till season la paid. Abdallah O lencoe la a beautiful brown, of One bone and muscle nod If a natural saddle horse; hss trotted on a Irsck In 2:1531 with only two mouths' hanJIln. lie has produced some orthe tinett horses In the 8tste and a larger per cent of silra walker, than any bone 1 kcow; waa tireu vj jo. cimo, ue oy iiiexaooer a Aoaai-la- b, be by ManibUtoulan; Jo. tlmo'a dam by Mainbrlno Meeseoger; be bj Mambf luo Paymaster; Jo. Abdallah'a litdsm by Willie I; ! by e. re'gner; ne oy imp. tiienco; zu asm out 01 a thoroughbred. kuown ss tbe l)oub!e!iead and L'us- atrd mare; Willie ll.'a 1st dsm Starlight, br Chtroke; his dsm by Imp. Olrorn; ataillght's 1st dam by WooJpecktr. My 810 TO INSUKi: tl I. y &. C. BRIGHT3 St. Asaph Block, Fine McElroy Jack an-g- ar Turnpike Election. STANFORD, --- KY., Will stand at the sams pises on the same terns. Helssbout 131 handa high snd baa woven hlm- eelfto boa flrstlaas breeder. I refer yon to the following gentlemen aa to the brecdlo2 01 tho sb.ve stock. J J lrye. J. K. Baughman, Wm. Uodd, L. P Hbaip. J. V. P.1H- -, lluiioutllir; Ky. K. II. burnable, I can turnlah puturane at reawuable rates. lU-Ik. H. 1'OWKI.I., Iluitontllle. e, Abdalla.i Mcssengor! Turnpike Election, Turnpike Election. Turnpike Election. which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste JFiaESHilD .JEWIIS &AStt&9 your special at tention to the I desire to call -tted Uy stallion; IS bands; loaled 11178; bred by Chat. Dunu. hunford, Ky aired by MreacDger record, Chief, aire or Maud Messenger; record, J M; Alwl AUlsl-la- b, T.V,!, Marvel, -2:20 gattalSyeara old, Mallle JIcl., gait at 3 years uIJ, Ma(gte btewart, t'VOgalt al Syesraold, and other promising ones. lstdamSu Von Arntm, alsby ritollnel,2'A,audtbetlreof 2.I9X; Annelle. T A., 2 28; Youoc ttentl-lie- l, "i 20. Vlvandlere, 2.2C',, Mlgnon, Ca. rWnllnel la tall flrand cknllnel. 2:ftl loul, brother lo Volunteer, the aire of st. Julleo, 2.1 IX; (Hotter. 2:17, Alley, r. VJ; UoJIiie, S;W"ft Driver, Amy, JS)!(, and a score Z.IVHi Hunter. tuoro In tbe 2.S0 class. 2d dsm Kitty ltlvers, tho 2.23; 2.20 J.jrar-ol- d JCSbaCiskuSSSSe trial, t:lV, ;llui, yrarld IleuaC, 4.yearld trial, ft3ft tltmorilerlielilrl,2.year.old record,00i old record, 2.37. and the grandaiu 01 Maud Me. record, 2.2SJ,, by Alexsndtr's senger, J ear-ol- d Abdallah. tha aire of Uold.iullh Maid, 2:U; Uosa. llDd,2.2l;Tburndale. 2TJi: Almoul, Abdallab Pilot, dc, dc. 3d dsm by 1U1 Jacket, (tire of tha dans of Kentucky Wilkes, 2.21, aad tbs grandaiu V ofbo8o,2'l7H.and TDEEES T3E3CE3 record, 2.21,) by Cornel, by Shersou, man Morgan, tbe sire of Vermout llloek Hawk Ihe sirs of Klliau Allan and luatir olhir trottera. Htd to lllack Jacket'a dam was tired bya Hawk, till dsm aoestru road mare brought from tbe North by YY. L. Vsuce, of Mtitrcouety, aud said to bs of Messenger blood, fcenllutlaud Alu-aoder- 'a Abdallah are bulb by litadyk'a llaiuble-loola- n, lledWIItie.iireol l'bll rboiup. Brsl-cU- U news-bor- ss Farm For blue-gra- abua-dau- llsteai-Oll- rlrtt-cU- tbegrasdslrsofMaud b., 2.0i, and the Nellie, 2 IS: Orange Ulrl, sire or Dealer. ?:17 2:2; lsslle 111, Jsy t.oiiU, -2 IIS, au.1 Miothera sl.ewiiger Chief will, rem d 01 .at a' d bellewasted l Akisiuli 1' lot tneol l".kiiJ,J.UWi c.Md. 2 St lied Jim. S jisr-uldtu It 10 (ttu iieo. II tire ot M.vlt's'llH.iis 2:2 , by Maiuliiuu uHUger. the ..I lii.lu.kl, ,:J). .ddtuby Mau.biliio thief, Thom 2.U)i Mowluid Mauarluo, .JlX; MaiMbilnu Pslcheo sud olhtr. Id din by Imp. ru.ou. ngbb lluultr,of Ac. Abdallah ISs al Cbaa. M.Mrn.er will antle !" srsMin huiiu's, .'-- uili. u.'Ui n'auf .id, a Uush Ursuch I ml boo. Mai. 10 d A La castrr plka abd pike, . Dentil! plks.sl i!0 to .luilUslnu. lutuioahlaio lit Foal. Money dua ta soou at Ihe fact Is ascertained. Marcs that have public rtcordaof 2.30or bvller, orauihka have produced I rollers with records o 2.50 or better, u.ay bo bled free oil hsrge. Address - latitv school-hous- W. EC. HIGGINS. by Mtttcugrr Chief, daw by Alcalde, Mr of llylas, 2'JIK'. r.olgma, 2:50; lancy Dsr , 2.W, Ac.l will uskelh teswuot 1111 at fount V'oa', Urisntsttlle, Kr , at lis w latum W. O. I). auarslofuat Uuassuks l'aixk', WILIitliO DUNN, Ky, blaolonl, Uuivlu Co., irjfca'jjt'ir?-- ", . 1, ll' 'V- - ,1 Sewt-?8tttkl- ii Inttriorlottrnal April 20, 1883 si'A.irsroiaaD. icy. Friday Morning, KXTKItTAIXIXd J UK A V. in; it ma st st men HlBtE. tt r .'My elilerll bo down In a minute, and lijl youYs to wait If JOU.tff! Andeajalintghtatay Ull ahe cant, If I'd rromlee utter to If inr, MSI apeak till you epoke to nit Bret But that non- tesM, far hew wsnM yeu know hal the, leMiw tony, If I dMo'tT Dout yeu really and truly think lot "And then you'd feel ilrange here aYeel Mil yon weiildn'l know Juit where to nl; fur Hit chair Lu't strong on IU lege, and we ' Ve keep It to mitch the tot. would be iiitt Ilka you To Bop yourself right down lb very In I screw. iieicruMltablt. Hut Jack eaye It II in nd knock ont "fpoMjonlrj? IwonttolL You're sfr.hl tot 01 you're afraid they would Uiluk It was mean I wel', then, there's lbs Ilium that's pratty, If your nngenare clean. IV r alilcr xje eouicllmee I ilanbitj but ebe only eaye that wlien ehe'e crone. Ttiere'e picture You know It 7 Its like her, Lilt ib alnt aa of courial hr It'a tbo beet of 'em all. Now, tell tne, you'd never bat thought little aa that J It'a tbe only one That once I lhat could be bought For tbit waa tbe meaaaga to pa from tbe photograph man where I eat Thil l.e wouldn't print off any more tin he flrtt got bla money for that "Thlelsnie. iu Maybe you're tired of walling. Why, often abe'e longer than thla, There' all htr back hair to do up and all her front curie to frit. Hut It'a nice to be Vttlng here talking like grown leople, Juat you and me. Do you tblnk you'll be coming here oflrn? Oh, dot Hut dont conie Hie Tom Leo. 'What: Her but beau. Why, my goodnetal He lined to be here day and bight, Till the folk a thought he'd toon be her huaband; and Jack aaye that gate Mm a fright, ftuwou't run away thru aa be did: for you're noj a rich man, they aay; Now, a church-mousfa taya you're aa poor are you,T And bow pour are they 7 .'Torn Lee? K u Alnt you glad that you met me 7 V ell, I am ; for I know your hair Isn't red, Dut what tbcre'e left of It'e mouay, and not what that naughty Jack eald. Dut there I I muat ga Blatere coming. Dut I with I could wait, Juat to tee If aha ran up to you and kleacd you In tho way that ahe uned to klm Lee." yixiK. Nobody would taka little Nixio Mark-1me for a heroine, nor would one that tho littlo quiet fignro possessed enough ncrvo to sato hundreds of lives bjrher ircmpt action, but this was tho way of it : It was a hot summer afternoon, and tho most absolnto quiet reigned over tho littlo railroad station of Forkertown, up in Northern Now England, on theso sweltering July days. Not even the customary loafers were was there around, and only at trniu-tim- o any show of life. Tho down train was due at 5:20, but, until theu, as tho sensational say, "nil was quiet as the m sup-jiosstory-writers grave." Nixie was tho station agent's daughter and only child. She was 15, although eo small she looked soma three years younger, and was usually as quiet as a mouse "not much zip to her," tho country folks said. In spito of the current opinion, however, she had, except the small portion of timo which tho little country town set apart for tho social season, spent nearly all tho timo in tho ticket office with her father, either reading tho few books and papers that came, in her way, or "unbeknown" to her father, picking up, letter by letter and word by word, the sounds of tho Morso instrument ; and, finally, ono day she astonished Iter father b, taking a telegram by sound, giving him a neat I I couio from lior dreams said : " ' ".'ain't likely iiho's left here alone, and asleep; copy." From that day Nixie was installed as telegraph operator, and tho indulgent father often said "Nick could run that ofllr j jest as well as he could liimsclf " which, considering that Mr. Markhom was considered by the boys "n plug ojierator," might be a doubtful compliment to Nixie, Well, on this particular afternoon wo aro talking about, the aforesaid "plug" Bauntcrcd into tho depot with troublo enthroned ou his majestic brow. "Nick, I'm summoned on a jury caso up to tho Centro village this afternoon. It's too lato to get anybody hero, even s'poniug thcro was anybody to get, What aro wo going to do about it? S'poso you can tend tho concent alono till I get back probably by 0?" "I guess so, father," replied Nixie; "thcro won't bo much of onytltlug to do. Likely thcro won't bo many passengers for tho down train thii hot day, and I hopo I know enough to sell a ticket or two, if thcro ore," "Well, sco that thoso boxes go by s express. Tho aro ready and in the drawer guess you'll get along all right" and off ho went, leaving Nixie mistress of tho situation which phrase meant moro thou you might imagine on that very particular day. At first shefclt her importance somewhat, and stcpicd around briskly, dusting tho musty littlo office, end watering the few plants in tho window, but, there being absolutely nothing to do, sho dropped into inactivity and listened to tho click of tho telegraph instruments, which to her was as companionable- as tho talk of near friends would be. As tho niternoon passed drowsily along tho heat and stillness ovcrcamo her, and, dropping her flaxen head on tho desk beforo her, she was soon as ono of tho good old ladies of Parkcrstown was wont to express it "in tho onus of Morphine." Afterward, the first thiug she could remember about it, avoico seeming to way-billnewly-acquire- to?." .1 respouded auotherevil volco, man's prob'Jy around somewhere -- but," in a lower tone, "come "No," "tho old Maryland maintains a littlo navy to Iti Proprietor it Determined that enforce her laws relating to tho oyster it onan do aecona 10 no country Hotel in the State in its Fare, fisheries, and Chesapcako bay is mapped Appointments, or Attenw.tlt imaginary bounuary Hues, tho tion to Comfort of wronaful crossing of which it is tho dutv their Quests. of the oyster police to prevent That theso officials are activo is indicated by Itaincaie will be conveyed to aad from thedeeot Wiikn tho St Petersburg Golos free ofcharce, Special arrotnnodetloae to tho fact that several dredtrers are killed to Commercial! rsvelera. The liar will b thought it had shown praiseworthy enalwaja aapplled with the cholceat or wounded every season, aud tho county braalaofbtqaoraaad Clfara. sending a special correspondterprise, in jails along tho shore aro frequently ent into tho Herzegovina iusurri ctiouary crowded with captured offenders. rivals rose to OUtriuU, its "Stop, manl" he shouted; "don't tho occasion and got tho Austrlans to Tiiehb is no brighter moment in tho sho.it him as an agitator and rebel. Aud lifo of a young lady of (on than when you seo the girl?" k engineer. thus harmony and equality w ere restoiod tho happy discovery is made that sho ' Yes," said tho "Why don't tho littlo fool get out of to the joumalibtio circles of tho Itussiau can at last balanco a pair of on her noso without squintimr. my way ? I'll teach her," and mado no capital. movement to stop. A lady purchased a uico now door It has Wou well said that no man Nixio waited with a sinking heart. Oh, why did everything go against her ? mat with tho word " Welcome-- stamped over taiik under the burden of the day. burden is added Was it tho will of God that this dreadful thereon in glowing loiters, aud the flrt It is when that tho weight thing must happen? The engino was man that eumo and planted his number to tho burden of is lUOro fl'-- n i wtmmH lMr. close upon her and sho ran upon a jut- elevens ou it was a tramp. PILES I PILES! PILES ting rock by tho railroad still waving No hire is wasted unless it ends in her scarlet Hag ; but just as tho engino sloth, dishoucsty and cowardice. No lit: Deutlna't Xew Dlucoverv for llatluj had thla Hotel camo alongside- of her sho heard tho success is IU Um la radical change from tbe old remedloa KclUtcrt worthy of tho namo unless it It iu tho engine is wou by honest industry and bravo heretofore In uae. Tbe DlKoreryand the rteult of sharp click of tho call-beFrom baaement to garret, Inuallgatlon learaofpatlentacltnllficatudy and saw tho fireman thrust tho engineer breasting of Into toe character of tbll painful dlacaae. To con- - I lutein! to Keep It Iu h Strictly the waves of fortune MHimer, aside and roverso tho engine The conlines you ol !t great merit, call on l'enny A Stanford, or W. M. Weber, Ml. Vernon, And leave nothing undone that will add to the ductor, who had just seen her and exA Dallas paper says a society has and get i aauiple box free of rbarge. citedly pulled tho COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. jumped oil bceu established in that city for prevenwim nn Mitmit thi uionDt of human suffer and camo toward her. But tho reaction tion of cruelly to animals with upward ing rauaed by enfy a taJ cmgM And who the num was too much for ioor Nixie and she of SlOO in tho bank. What kiud of an ber ol II tea undermined ana loit uy nrgieuingjuii Are oflirrd could ouly gasp out " Hound tho curvo," animal is that which is so respectable? t rough? Vrown's Expectorant will cur this SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ami then sho was a white heap with no rough Ifglreo a chance. I'rlce, any cenle. hor -- Texai SWngs. tale by Penny 4 McAllatcr, UUnfurd, and W. M. To patronlte me, aa t have every coavenleteejuch sense of anything. MtlCUcUMi'I.UUOOM:J, Ac, fur Ihtlruae. F, J. Cheney & Co., proprietor Hall's Weber, Ml. vernoJ. Passengers rushed out, and, after seni Arlington., Ind.. aaTa that n T. If. Uurl(r-oCatarrh Cute, oiler $100 reward for any ' had been to tho curve and soeu what the Baggage Transferred to and from case of Catarrh that can't bo cured with Urowa'i Expectorant li the moat t aluable remedy littlo plain girl had saved them from, no lull's Cstanh Cure. Sold by Penny A for ronauuiptloa extant, r'or aale by l'enny A the Depot free of charge. lady in tho land could be so royullv McAlUter, Stanford, Ky. (live iu trail. W.N. VHAM'Ib. Stanford, au4 W M. Weber, Ml, Yeruou. encouragingly added Charley ; " I'vo got somo yellow ochro homo and wilt touch 'em up for you." Then a big gulf ketmod to open between them, audit temuius open yet half-drun- on, let's go 'long. Tho down train'll bo along, and wo'll lay 'cm out," o enough now, Nixio was but sho hod presenco of mind in her small body, and realized that safety lay in keeping still. "How fur is it tip thcro?" "Shi Keep mum. Doyouwantto knock tho hull thing in tho head, and yourself, too?" and then lliogirl's quickened hearing caught tho sound of heavy footsteps passing by tho window and ou tip tho track. Nixio waited until sho couldn't hoar and then cautiously tlm turned and looked out of tho window. Thero they were two miserable-lookin- g tmmps hastening up tho track. Hlio recognized them at onco as two men who had been discharged from a construction train that had been at work down the road What should sho do Oh I il sho could send for hor father? Hut thcro was no ono anywhero near, and Iwaldo, by tho timo ho could get homo it might Ik? too lato -- for it was evident that tho despcrato wretches wcro bent upon revenging themselves of their fancied wrongs upon tho innocent, Sho 4 I Sho looked at tho clock. Half-pas- t ran out and looked around tho lonely oono living in sight, Sho station. called onco, feebly but whero was tho use. If sho sent for her father she had no tangiblo explanation to give or real reason to mako him hurry homo only sho was suro thero was harm coming to that long, crowded the down-traifilled with mountain tourists. But sho must do soincting. Tho meu had disappeared around a slight bund in tho track. Nixie ran in, locked up tho office, snatching a hat front a nail in tho comer, and theu hurried up tho track until she arrived at tho slight curve. Then sho "miulo liiMto more slowly," for thero wero the men. Stepping behind a clump of bushes sho watched them. They bail stopped and wcro doing something, sho could not at first seo what, to tho track. Pretty soon, up camo a rail, and iu a minute mora it was thrown down a step ledgo within four foet of tho track where tho whole train must be precipitated in less than an hour if something could not bo dono to warn them. Nixie saw it all now and for a moment stood, her oyes dilated with honor, while sho saw the. scoundrels shako their fisU toward her Then way and heard an imprecation. they passed on and Nixio, grown cold in tho sudden extremity, turned and sped toward the depot. Tho rail had been removed on a curv6 which was shaded on the west sido by a 5 it was high bank so that at half-paquito dusk there, and, as tho trains always camo in on a down grade, they camo at full speed. So Nixie thought to herself, "I'm so glad I came, for now Til hurry and telegraph to Stratford bo- foro the train comes by, and then wo'll see, Mr. Tramps, howyour littlo schemo comes out," Sho reached tho office and looked at tho clock. Fivo minutes to fivol and tho train left Stratford at 5 KB. Well, eight minutes was plenty of timo if she could "raiso" Stratford. Sho grasped tho key. " clicked tho instrument. Never beforo was thcro so impatient an operator on that line. With her eyes on tho clock which seemed then, if ever, to say, "forever never never forever," sho kept up tho call. Somebody on tho other side "broko her" twice, but sho gavo all the danger signals sho could think of and kept on. The moments kept on one, two, three, four, fivo slowly pealed tho old clock-e- ach stroko an agony to the girl. Meonwhilo the agent at Stratford could not operato at all, and the boy, who could and who served as a general chote-boabout tho place, had gone, for tho cows, and thero was no ono to answer tho call on which so muchdepended. A few minutes and it was too late, and Nixio was in a uow dilemma. Nixio closed tho key iu despair. Sho did not know tho train signals, but sho seized the red flag under the old desk and ran for dear life literally tho dear lives of her Not until she got to the wrecked place did sho remember that sho must go beyond tho curvo to stop them or sho would be of no use. Already sho heard tho approaching train rumblo in tho distance, Foster, faster sho sped round tho curve. straight up tho track. Sho could seo them now coming iu. On they rushed, tho groat engino bent on destroying iU precious freight Nixio stopped in tho midst of tho track and frantically swung hor red flag, but still tho monster rushed toward her, showing no abatement of speed. Mccnwhilo tho engineer und fireman had seen tho slight form of tho girl, and tho fireman stood aghast to sco tho engineer so utterly regardless of her. wido-nwakfoot-step.1 n is "Sd-sd-sd,y fellow-creature- s. 1 upon ni Nixio when nl.o had bt'cn lifted into tho car and told tnoximlly hor littltf story. It wis somo timo lrtforo tho track was ready for'tho train lo proceed, aud many kind hand prcsnod her in farewell, whilo tho conductor loft onit Ihing in her hand, loo, just a the train left, raying, "You aw tho hravist littlo woman iu tho Stale." Not until sho had been in Hib cMco a r with hor father who good hud got homo from his l.iwsuit nud what had mado tho train so l.tte and whero Nixio had pone to and told him all tho story, did Niiie think to look at tho packet Then tho rend ft nolo: "Will Mirs Eunice, Maikhim accept tho accompanying from llio, friend, sho so bravely saved Aug. , w sites President Washington nover went cream-colored ir.Hi.oro.v.f r.TiQvr.TTK. to Stanford Female College. HTANI'OIUr, With inrUTQWnnterl. M.BOO In Prll MUi.n , to Annte- - A IWCeh py halr-hon- win-dere- d l'8J?" Tho note was wrapped round $50J in batik notes. "Oh, pap.xl now you can pay off tl mortgage on tho house," tr.'od Num. . il tho father said : I declare, Niek, jtm got hhjhu: wages as agent than 1 do 1'' Tho Superintendent of tho Q. .t Ji. Mail road Company camo ilown to Par- that week, and toon after thcro was a vacancy in ono of tho lcst ofllcci of tho company in a licighlwnng city, and Mr. Markham was tendered tho ituation. Ho accepted, "SothatNixio can havo the schooling sho wants so Miss Kuuico much," ho said, and y Markham is ono of ffio most promiuing pupils in the hlgWte?liool?of that city. But moro than cve.rVrshe. tho prido of her father's heart, who never tiros of telling gf tho afternoon " his girl was Btation agent But after all you would "hover hava taken her for n heroine. A I'JTC.tWX AXf.A.VIIKlt.' Tho NIamler is a very ilocilo mid pleasanfman, who submits to, an interview with a spirit of two Christian resignation. Ho described tho manners, customs and enjoyments of tho ninety-si- x persons inhabiting tho island. From his account, their life discounts in simplicity tho sojourn of tho exiled JJuko in tho forest of Ardcn. Thcro is no such thing as money iu circulation on tho islands. 'As an example, if ono islander has two shirts and another has none, tho ono with two .cheerfully gives ono shirt to tho other. Then if tho man who had two shirts wants any sweet yams, or a fowl, he goes to the placo of the other man and supplies his wont Tho peoplo wear English styles of clothing. Thoy get garments of va rious kinds from whaling ships and other vessels touching at tho island, and givo in exchange oranges, bananas, limes, sweet potatoes, cocoanuts, pumpkins and fowls. In exchange- of this kind, tho sailors generally get tho best of tho bargain. The islanders dwell in houses mado of boards, sawed from timber grown on tho island. All of tho na tives profess the Christian religion, Tho principal charm of lifo on that tropical isle consists of singing hymns like thoso which Moody and Sankey sing. On Sundays thero is service in tho church morning and evening, and Sunday- school in tho morning. There is prayer-meeting Tuesday evening, and Biblo- Thcro aro class Thursday evening. week-da- y schools whero instruction in En dish is (riven. Congress on public) business except in stnto coach, drawn by six homes. Tho catch was an object which would excito theadtnlration of tho throng even now in the streets of London. It was built in tho nhajio of a licmUpherp, and its panels wereodorued with ciipld, rurrounded with llowcrs worthy of Florida, mid of fruit not to Imj equaled Is not signing a pledge out of California. Tho coachmau and or taking a solemn oath that loitillioin wtro arrayed In gorgeotu cannot be kept, because of liveries of white and scarlet Tho the of tltc cause (iatelte, a Government orgnu, liquor. The way to make regularly gavo a supply of court now a man temperate is to kill for llioodineation of the citizens. From the desire for those dreadful that tho people wero allowed to learn as artificial stimulants lhat carmuch as it was deemed proper for them ry so many bright intellects to know aliout tho President's to premature graves, and and n fair amount of space' was desolation, strife and nlsodcNoted to Mrs. Washington who into so many was not referred tti as Sirs. Washington, families. but as " tho nmiablo consort of our President" When tho Presidont ithabcl! Drown'sUon lllTTtus, a true mado his appearance nt a ball or public Ionic, made In Itolllmort?, rcccptior, a dais was erected for him, Md.,by the Drown Clicmidt upon which ho might stand apart from Companr, who are old drug tho vulgar thrrtig, and tho guests or f;Uti and in every reliable, ulll.liy removvisitors lowcd to him iu solemn silence, ing the craving appetite ol " has only " ltopublicau simplicity the Urunkatd, ami by curing the nervousness, vrei1tncs, como in later times. In our day tho and general ill health resultwho takes a visitor to a ing from Intemperance, da public reception at tho White Houso is more to promote temperance, in the strictest sense lien f reo to get off his box, w alk in sido quito any other means now known. by si Jo with hii faro and shako hands with tho President with as much famil It is a well authenticated iarity as anybody else. Very few per fact that many medicines, cons presumed to slttke hands with especially ' bitters,' are nothGen. Washington. Ono of his friends, ing but cheap whiskey vilely Gouverueur Morris, rashly undertook, concocted for use in local for h foolish wager, to go up to him and option countries. Such is slap him ou the shoulder, saying, "My not Ihc case with Brown's dear General, I um happy to seo yon IronBitteks. Itisamcdi-cine- , look so well." 'Iho moment fixed upon a cure for weakness arrived, and Mr. Morris, already half and decay in the nervous, repenting of his wager, went up to tho muscular, and digestive orPresident, placed his hand upon his gans of the body, producshoulder, and uttered tho prescribed ing good, rich blood, health words. "Washington," ns an oyo- and strength. Try one botwitness described tho scene, " withdrew tle. Trice i.oo. his hand, stepped suddenly back, fixed his eye ou Morris for several minutes with on angry frown, until tho latter retreated abashed, and sought relugo in Iho crowd." No ono else over tried a similar experiment It is recorded of Washington that ho wished tho official title of tho President to bo "nigh Late of Chenaull, Severance A Co., Stanford, Ky., with Mightiness," nud at ono timo it was proM. posed to eugravo his portrait upon tho & CO.. national coinage. No royal levees wcro Importrra and Jobberi of Pry Goode, Notion., Ac, 537, MV, fill Main street, Cor. bint. more punctiliously arranged than thoso - ICY. of tho first President Quarterly lll'lff. KY. TRUE a Full Corps of Teachers, AM, TDK HIUNCIIhH OP m.flllt. emt KlIllnHt.r. A, M.VUUIS, r v t.rrlat.rt lltn. ri,.' riMti lilnmatttt., (l..l...tl. Ul. Afkhlh.me ! ewrlri.il MARK ,.TWAIN" Ml"lll'rl." M.lTt. the r M.I iok 1 1MK tlvnl V WAIN Temperance non-remov- TMe Inatllutlon will open lie Thirteenth Fenlen on the Id Monday In tVplember neib A THOnOUCHENGUSHCOUnSE Arelaufhl, aa well aa MUBtC. THE I.ANOUAOKB. DI1AWINO AND 1'AINTINO. -' LoUISVlLLrf&NVsHllER in n ., s h.m,ll 1, JalmsJpSJWl THEORCAT Phils-dolphi- n Through Trunk Lino TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, prlrra ranaw from SM lo U In tb regular lcpartninla. ITIruary, 12.1; Intermediate S30; l'rtl-reto- jy, 110, en.l tYlletal, ISO. movo-tncnt- s, UK. For full particular, aa lo Board Ac .addrraa N. '. TIWHIIKAKT. I'rlMrllint.l Maof.ird, IJnroln Co., Ky, HALL'S raBajeatBjaaBa9BSXS)e99ana Without Change and Willi SHORTEST AND Spri Uniltalri ROUTE (JATARlfiB! 13 RECOMMENDED UY rHYSICIAKO. QUICKEST MOU Loll tlUKTOTIIC JacaMnillle, Mobile, and New Url.ant In Palace Cere Without Change I SOUTH & WEST PUlllrlJII CURS S8!S 'Saw tlonlgomery All.nta Kavaseab, I.I 1 1. Itock, hack-driv- Oitnrrh of tho Naonl and Ulcerntlvol Cntnrrh of tho Car, Cyo or Throat, trie toKon INTCHN ALLY, and acts DIACOTLV upon th Blood rind Mucous Ourfnnoe of the Sretem. It IS mo nesv Biooa in via WORLD, rind Is worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT alono. Covlty-Chronlo ouiuao BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rroaa Loulivlllels I'alacel'arewlthesttbaege 'XIT.3I1 - OULY INTERNAL CURE FOHATARRII rtr-i- N 3Hngr,emeeonthe FMIRRiMTQ line ol thla road will LlnlUnnll IU receive apeclal low ratea And ws offer Ono Hundred Oollnnt tor nny Cnco of Cntirrh It will not Curo. Tin: MAituinun ir. or win. '" See Agent! of thla tympany for lalre. reulee C. P AlHOIlf. G. P. 4T.A. Loula.llle, Kr. will, cr in: an uahi:. Omeo i.f a that 1 !uu uaisl Hal In Catarrh Cum. It Imi roulea, vliitti are liable to derelte the public. curol m- - I vm very lud ami don't hrelutn to ijulrVril llonte frmu tlnrln. The Hiorlcil uy that 11 will rurf any rxan cf L'atarrli If lalro nail Heel la theand Yours tnilr, roporly. J. II WciTnrnrono. WOIITII HIO A ltOTTUJ. & MISSISSIPPI R. W. Mich., writes Ifsre lia.1 E. Uciur, Jackacn, CauurhfariMyrsn. I tail's CnUrrh Curo rured mn. CnnehlrrltworthfiatUatiottte. M l.yH I)nin;tsst '4 rt pe-- hnttiA CO. 10 Hours KantifsrtiirrVl nmt ul.av P J Eo llvnrletors, TUUUJO, OUIU. ! I'or sale In SlanUd ky Tenny A Mr Allit.r. CM, JWnfo, O. ilrur: F J. Ckrntpitplaturo In Informta-llrntUmen lu A T Htswiht Co. I'ntctou, HI , Juno 4, IWU. I I Don't Be Led Astray ! roil Ily the ivtiillarly worded advevtlwinenla of rival 01 If-Sn- r CIIL-SX- Y Ciiiciiiniiti to St. Louis lloma ahead of all other lines. Afficted, Attention DR. GANG'S REMEDIES FOH THE MILLION. MANUFACTlItEI) J1Y 41ally Ti.lna, wh 1 aewngera. no change of carl for any 3tallyTraloaUIulaillle, wllh Free JOS. SEVERANCE, ROBINSON I J. W K. OA.N!, M D., MONTICELLO. KY. The world la Oiled with the wonderful, leautl- ui anainirirate invtntioni ol man, yel all the comhlned talent and aenlui that the world haa ever Inown haa never produced anytbloic that ran compare walh Ir. liann'a Ilemedira " aledtral skill and aclence have, aa yet. tailed to dlacover any thing eoual lo tbei a. br the care of the dle- ee.ee for which they are recommended. Aa their vlriuee aod uwa are nralard hv tbouunda tbrouch. out the length and breadth of tbe land, amiaa Hlandardlaullr Mediclnea, they cannot be ant are fully aubatanllatrd fay 2 2 2 12 Dally Tralna to Kvanivllle, 4 hours In of all reulee, wllh one Um change of cars. Dally Tralna lotalnsT bosre quitter than any other line, and noebasgeof ran. Dally Traloa to New Orleans. Ne change of care from Cincinnati. Hours SLEK ,h, Ch,"t0 ,u,u,rt w lit' LOUIHYILLu, than by other llnra. Kansas City Zr&Jk'XXA OUKSSA. Odessa lias population bordering oc 200,000 inhabitants, and is thus in every respect tho third city of tho Russian empire. Ithas a magnificent position, for it lies high on ravines, which givo it a wide command over its largo harbor, lately improved, as well as on tho open sen and coast, the striking feature of the placo being its boulevard, a terrace ot platform about 500 yards in length, laid out and planted as a promenade, looking out seaward, and accessiblo by a flight of stairs of 150 steps from tho landing-placOdessa is an old town, but it for thcro has been ol looks brand-now- , lato a great deal ot building, and the crumbling nature of tho stono keeps Uic mason and whitewoshcr perpetually at work. It is lively, though monotonous, JIEFOHM TUX LASdUAIlt:. for its brood, straight ttroets aro astir The idiosyncrasies of tho English lanwith business, and tho rattlo of hack-no- y aro no better illustrated than in guage carriages, heavy-lade- n vans and tho following doggerel which is sailing tramway cars is incessant It boasts around tho newspapers : many private palaces and lias few publRenumber, tbcugh box In the plural maiea boxes, ic- edifices, and in its municipal instituThe plural of ox ehould be oxen, uot oxca; though Cctce In tbe plural la tions it is, or used to be, taxed with And remember, fletcca, consulting rather mere purposes ol The plural of gooae la not gooaea nor geceei ; And remember, though houK In tho plural la luxury and ornament than tho real wants of tho people or tho interests of houaee. The plural of mouio ehould bo mire, and not charitv. e. FOR JSAI.E aale my efc ! Uavlng concluded to remove to Teiu, t oiler for IteelllCUCe IlUHlUCMM lIotlNO, the TheO .f JI. la the only line with 4 IHtlly Tralna (run noclnnali lo M. Loala, making direct coae.cllou. In tbe Union Iiepol (at ML Loul-lellMl.mrl Farlte lUlleay, M. Iiula. Inn Meurt-ta- in A rmulhern lUllsay, Iblrago A Alton lull-roaCblr.g-i- . Ilurlingloo A tjulncy Itallruad, lMil. luilrosd. Halb, ML Louie A arin Italirwl, Miwurl KanuATeaaa IUIi way, M tulaAan Ir.nclfro Itallw.y. Impress .. Combined In one, illuated In the town of Crab Orchard, ICy., on Lancaster atrret. The build In- - la two and one-ha- lf atorlee blah, Mi?) fret and con-UlIn aU chtht rooma. Th elore-roo- tn la 10 HO, with counter and ahelvlna- - nlcelyand properly with all the outbulldlngi nernaary to convenience and lb tailed the moat fattldloua, and an abundance of pure water for drlnelne; and houaehold put poeee. beautiful ahade and fruit tree adorning; nd beautifying the entire pienilwe, all In a good and healthy condition. Any one dealr-tcheap yet valuable mldenre, amoor a clever and proaperoua people, would do well to call and examine the picntlm belore purchaalu(ela where. Terma reuonable. n-- tf Kor Couf ha, t'oMa, Croup, llroorhltti, Coutump Hon and all Ilaeaae ol tbe Throat and Lungi, This Upon Your Memory. I. Ibe cnlr line hv which 1011 Tbef .t-Luule Uric Dr. Giiiiii'n CoiikIi Njrup. can gel through cars I row Cincinnati tobu money wttnouipaiii'geatre tare In sdillllon to pall lr lltk- -i Kor Liver Complalnt.Iiy.prpala. Indlaeatlonjaun. For.lckela. ratea. or snv Inlnfmallan. e.tl an dice. Conillpatlon, bour riloinach and all Illlloui Tlckat Aaeuta of connecting llnea Diaeaiea, .. irmwf-ai- i ai iv taiuui ai. aa , ofMlllatrrel. Vmo Dr. G'hiiii'h I.lrcr Cure. UlllUIIIIcill 11 joii.n r. HTKoni- - For Itheumatliin,KeuraI(la, Kiralna, Mrwl.ee end HwelllDga an eiternal application Ibr man or heaal W W. I'KAIKIDV. i,, perlntrndenl, tieo Ctnclnnall. V. II, SHATTUC, I I'a awuger Agt Uhc Uh Umo Dr. fluiiit'rt I.lnliuent. all rorl'llea. Hemorrhoid., Ilurru, Flitula and W. T. GREEN, STAM'OItl), KY., Dealer In almllar dleraHW, KENTUCKY CENTHAL R. R. r ris -- THE MOST DESlltAULElUJUTK Dr. Ghiiii'h IMIu Oliiliucut. Dr. Ohiiii'n DIKcr-Nwcct For Freeh Cuts, llama, Ulceri and Old Korea, T-O- OllllUICIIt. llHcDr.CJuiiirH.SInuiHcIi lllttcnt And decidedly tbe Popular Route, affording, aa It dors, leaa changes sod superior accommodallona to CINCIKNATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, Groceries, Hardware, QUEENSWAItE, A Reliable Tonic. Appetiser and lllood Purlner, and alio curve liiNwla. Indigettlou, Liver Complaint. Malarial Fevers and all rlodlral UlMaKS. Manufactured and for aale by W. IC. MT. 33., Harness and Saddlery, Sole proprietor. Montlrello, Ky. seTAII or J era M-- ll by uull will receive pioinpt attention. mouiea. Mouae, It la true, In the plural it mice, Dut the plural of houi e rhould be boute. not hlco Aud foot It la true, lu too plural la fret, Hut the plural of root thould be rooti, and not reel. Asundeu : Ho escorted his sweetheart to tho gallery ono day, and had her picture taken. Sho selected tho impression she liked best, and a few days afterward a dozen photos wcro scut homo to her, Wlion Charley called in the evening, ho asked her how she was pleased with them. " Pretty well," sho answered, "only they're bo awfully pule; they don't show the color of my skin at all." "Oh, never mind about that," lIAUE'SI'LITTlXa." Concord, Mass. Deau IUx.ru: H you shoot two old rabbits for fun, do you "bring down" thoso gray hares with sorrow to tho gravo ? Truly, A, Bbonson Ooncobd, riaows m-t- r WAOONS. Kentucky's Routo STANFORD. KY. The only Hue running mmm k omo East The North, Northwest and Weet. In fact, if you coote nplats a trip In any direction, your interest will be beat served by purehaalng your tickets vis K. C and Cincinnati. 3 Trains each way 2; Pull man I'slacs Lata; FJrgant Nsw Day Coscbes, and handsomely furui.bed ttecllnlng Chair Csra lorra the uneualei ejul.uieuta of thla Did ltellable, thereby making s trip over thla line one ol luiu-riou- a comfort aod pleasure. Try II. TIMU TABLE. IN LFFEOf DEC. SI. UU. ttourii. Lvs. CovlngUo ' Fsluiouth.. " Cynlblana " I'arla. Arr. Lealngton. Arr. Winchester.. MLHterliog Ashland . " Huntington.. Lvs. S . 10 No.t. 00 No. L No.. SOOpu 9 10 .U MYERS HOTEL, E. H. BURNSIDE, - Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARB Islington II IS p m su JMpm il 40 a m 10 p 0 M s in IWun 45 p m II SO a in ft to us pin i.iu llDln Alcott. t XI p u lOlpia 7 pur S 1 zin JI ft M 7 JO p 10 p ui 70 p lu vo p m ill M piu iin pui 10 .in IV IIUiu tuTuj No. 6. Mass. Deab Alios: I think not ; but sometimes I havo fancied that if ono should cut two rabbits down tho back in order to broil them rabbits. ore very good when nicely broiled one, might bo said to bo splitting hares. Yours sincerely, It, W. EkfEnaoN. 06 p rn Propr Nustu. Lviv Huntington " AablauoL.w. Ml HUrllog T . No. I. No. I. This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its Loulm llio, C'liii'ln mill iintl I. High Imputation, liiKlon, II3., -- AND A SOIJDl,RAIN x Arr. Islington Lve. Lexington, I'arla. . Winchester . . . . II M a ni IS0IU IS 71 p rn 0 10 e 10 I D 7 lo p 10 7 i a tu IIOlU a "in It WASHINGTON CITY. Connccllng lu aame dejnl with faat Iralna lor " Faluioutb . C Arr Cuvloglon MAYriVILLi: DIVISION. No. Lv. Ialngtou ft pin. Arr. UsyavllleS input No. 10 ' MayavlllsSuOaia. " lxlngtoa 9 2Asia I'arla f 70 su. No. 1 1 " Uayaiille r) iiaut No. 17 Majullle 17 tapin " Lei lotion M pin No, 0 tuna dally aud haa day roschta from to Wethlogton, Pullman Mleepera to Kanawha Fall.. W Vs. slid lUcllulrig Chair Car to Lag. logton mope ouly at atatlona on K. C It. it, where Hue la given. No. 2 runa dally, eicept Sunday, haa through coaches lo llun.luglon. No. 4 rune dally, eicrptHunday, hn through ooachea to Ml. Mrrllogand parlor car toklayaiille. No. 9 runidalli, haa elcg.utday coach frout Washing, too. Pullman blerper fruut Kanawha Fall, ami arlor rare froiu Lcilog on to Cincinnati. Only three elope. Noe. I end S tun dally, eicept Bun-da- y aud have through coaches from Huntington sud Ml. hterllng Direct connection at Lsilngton with slagea forItlthutond,Ky., Lawreucehurg,Ky,, and VerMllles,Ky, (I. W I1ENDKII. C.L.DUOWN, huwrluteudvnL Gen'l Paae. A Tkt. Agt. Oeoarsl iitficoe, Covlngtoo, Ky, tyulblana.. M SWpa ISIau S i'J put SMp 17 a ni i 10 is s ui ST put Itipm It St a in 6(3 put it p in 04 B IU lP lUan S 15 pm Tho Direct Route to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, All Virginia and North Carolina Tointa. 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