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Semi-weekly interior journal: April 24, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883042401_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 24, 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. Jlemt - Weekln VOLUME X.-NUMBER lulefiif 24, 1883. rftorr-RMosA- mtftuil NEW COMING ON SERIES-NUMB- ER 510. Tho STANFORD, KY.t TUESDAY, APRIL Small Tormentt, The Labor 111. of Authorship. Big Cold Nuggets. W T P. WALTON, R. WALTON, - . - Editor and Proprietor Manager -... Business i'nbllnhnl Titrnttttu HU.no clptlon,irept mill 1VMIU, lJ3lt ANNUM. In payment or eub n.l Barries derfl send stsmps to mala change. then of J. nominations not oref Ihree cents. New Postal Regulations. If you will cut this out and stick it Split sock getting between tho toes. Shirt button oil on a cold morning. Shoestring breaking and nono to supply Its place. Getting tho left shoo on tho right foot. And vico versa. Street car. Always pulls up nnd blockading you on tho crosswalk. Collar button breaking or pulling out just as you'vo finished dressing. Down six flights of stairs and on tho sidownlk. 1'ockot book mitsing. Getting to bed, wrapped up nnd almost nslecp. Forgot to lock tho iu your memorandum book, says tho doors. Letter written. Ono page. HurChicago Times, you will find it convery. Wanted, blotting paper. Gono, nient for reference, and bo iparcd the trouble and oxticnio of writing letters ni usual. Man in barber shop ono second of inquiry to tho newspapers. On and niter Oct. 1, 1883, letter postago ahead of you taking tho only unoccuwill bo two ccnta for cuch half ounce pied chair. Rainy day. Called on business. or fractional part thereof between all poiuls in tho United States. Tho rnto Kigth floor. D.iwn again. Forgot, will then Ihj lliosnmo on drop toilers ten umbrella. Very hungry. Hush at tho restauand all others. No changes have been in rates on other classes of mat tor. On and after July 1,, 1883, you can obtain at any money order oflico ostal uotos in tho sums of $5 and under by paying a fee of three cents. Thcta postal uotei will be mndo pnyn bio to hearer without corresponding advice. They will bo pnyablo at any monoy order oflico within three months of tho dato of issue. After tho lapse ot that timo tho holder can obtain tho par value only by applying to tho postoflico departmental Washington. On and after July 1, 1883, you can obtain a postal money order for as large a sum as 8100. Tho present limit is $50. Tho fees on nnd after that ditto lor orders will be as follows: Not exceeding 810, eight cent; from 810 to $ir, ten cents; from $lfi to $30 fifteen cent; from $30 to $10, twenty cents; from $10 to $50, twenty-fivcents; from $50 to SCO, thirty cents; from $00 to 870, thirty fivo cents; from 870 to $80. forty cents; from $S0 to $100, forty fivo cents. Tho postal notes will, no doubt, bo found more convenient in one rcipect than the fractional pspcr currency was, since they can bo obtained for any number of cents uudcr $5. There will also bo less liability to loss by theft than thcro was when fractional notes wcro used (or transmission through tho mails, especially if tho department uses judgment in prccribing tho size nnd furm of the notes, and in selecting tho paper on which they are to !o priutcd. On tho other hnud, they will bo less convenient in that they can only be obtained at monoy order office at a considerable sacrifico of time, especially in large cities. It will bs observed that after the 1st of October tho cost of sending any sum under $5 by postal nolo will bo fivo cents two cents postage and thrco cents fee. Tho new fees on orders are considerably loss than tho old; but it will bo found, no doubt, tbatthoy can bo reduced still further and considerably simplified without loss to tho Tho postmasters will havo little moro to do probably, when the a new provisions of law conio into operation. It is not likely, however, that many of them will resign in Congress, it may be added, has taken caro to protect postmasters againtt the consequences of tho reduced rato of postage on letters. tn ado e conso-quonce. Truly Modest, a universal compliment iu this progressiva generation to apply such a titlo to the current tido of commercial or professional associates, and it is nil the moro wonderful when up propriated to tho traveling menagcrio. However strenuous the application may seem it is no more than deserved an justico to stato that tho Circus, Royal German Menagerie, etc., is ono of the few exceptions, and must bo accorded tho highest premium for integrity and honesty in tho proper fulfillment of every promiso mndo in the public announcements. This excellent organization, with millions in its reservo fund, has centralized tho greatest features ot both land and sea, and already proved beyond fear that such an enormous exhibition when faithfully and properly presented can be mado a successful business venture. This united consolidation of four great shows will exhibit at Stanford, Thursday. April 2Cth. It is Anglo-Americ- ursenio MoMurtry brought homo a bottlo of for use on tho rats. To prevent accidents, ho wrote on tho bottle in big letters tho word "Poison." "But what good will that do ?" asked Mrs. Mao.; "tho children cuu't read." "True," replied McMurtry; "I didu't think of that." Thou he wrote tho label, "This says 'poisou.'" "There," he added, "now they will know what it says." h rant. Waiter, overwhelmed with orders, forgetting you. In uso of mucilage. Neck of bottlo nil "stuck up" with deposits, nnd brush still nnd hard. "Fixing your mouth" for favorite dish at restaurant and hearing waiter remark, "All out, sir." Preparing to write a lotter. MisDitto erable pen. No envelopes. stamps. Post office half a milo off. Going homo at night. Pockets full of things for tho family. Chango for car fare at the bottom of the most overloaded pocket. To return homo after spending tho evcuiug in tho company and imagine you havo shown brilliantly and find ing a lopsided collar. Out at ono buttonhole. Hit of walnut shell chucked into shoo. Not felt till you're out of doors. Always hides until it can catch you N. whero you can't help younelf. Y. Graphic. Shaky bcadttcad. Tendency of slats on SATUltUAY. MAY S. 1(8). at 9 to fall out. Crash immediately after o'clock a. M., for the election of President and di Por nothing in tbo Strcots ! Retting into bed. Or awakening at A New Remedy. Last fall a rectors for the ensuing rear. 139 J. II. lTKA.TIIKHFOKU,l-rethe river boy living north of dead of night and finding tho bottom became afflicted with chills and fever, nut nuil yourself sleeping shaped liko "Now, l're a notion, If a pott The Greatest Eiders are with the Greatest Shows. n V. and all medical skill that could bo Dot up for thtnica, Lit rolce will show It; Very cold night. Wako at 3 a. m. A Coffer'! Tbe shareholder! of the Ilustontllle summoned was brought to bis assist I wilt for aubjecta tint hunt me, Orton and Little Allic and Bernard Are With Us. Mill Turnpike ltMd Cu will meet at T. C. Jasper's Miles llelow zero. Sheets, blankets, and By day or night wool let me be, ance, but to no avail. The terrible more on SATURDAY, MAY a. 1883, at 2 o'clock AnJ bang around ui like curie, r. m , for the election of President and directors bedquilt worked into a complicated M'lle Leonora, the Heroine of he disease still held fast to its victim, for the cniulng Tear. TUllhey hare made m Into reiaa." 114 a. C. I.ros, 1'ienldrnt. roll. Unablo to get feet permanently and the young man dwindlsd away to Flaming Zone, Here is au old Btory about Fust, the under cover. Half an hour of inter a mere skeleton. Thinking that noth- Blue-Gra- ss Field's Klre Famous Eunnr Faol; Pawn, I he of Gutenberg, the inventor Farm Por Sale! pinlsh Fire Juggler; CtHilello antl VaaAut."Ul nal ilicuion whether or no to arise associate bo dono for his relief, the Ihsaiiiloa Letipfrs; the Three usl'nns, lin mud, of printing. As soou as tho Bible, ing could bed covering. Jocke,; Iho HUK IULLOUN and reorganize the offer for sale, nrlvatelr. mr farm ot 371 Acrea the concluded to try a remedy laud, with a large brick and ASCKr-T- . and all theOreat tensallons are with the which tlieso two pioneers of the art youngster of excellent whilo sitting around frame residence couiianeu, oi icn rooina, wuuin a 4 Conibfiiril AiKirn, which will poslttTeljr exHot Water for Dspepsia. had printed, was complete, Fust took of his own, and, mile of the new btanford A Preacheratllle pike. hibit at water In A gentleman who is in business in a number of copies to Paris to sell. the fireside, caught a cricket, which he New orchard, fresh and medical Including a neat luiproTemcnta and tho parents of tenant house. In graas, 309 acrea, and balance) til- MT.VERN0N, FRIDAY, APL 27. has cured himself of n chron this city Tho first copy hosoldtotho king for swallowed alive, Church and lable. Timber abundant. near bjr. and the neighborhood unexcelled. has not been ic aud ugly form of dyspepsia iu a ve 750 crowns, and another to the arch- the boys say that he It Is not often that such a desirable farm is lor sale. ry simplo way. He was giveii up to bishop for GOO crowns, and to less il- troubled with the chills from that day Title perfect Address me at Ulanfonl, Ky.,or call on me at tne larm. Osceola (Mo.) Sun. die; but he finally abandoned aliko MRS. NAKA1I COOK lustrious or less worthy persons ho hence. tho doctors and tho drugs, and resort sold other copies for much smaller Tbouaanda of graree are annually robbed of their Ax Editor's Valedictory. An ed to a method of treatment which victims, lire prolonged, each one thinkintr that he pos Arkansas editor upon retiring from Bums, happlncasand health remost doctors, and most persons, would sessed a marvel of penmanship. So stored by use of the great DEAIjEKS backwoods the editorial control of a laugh at as "an old woman's reme- delighted was tho archbishop with his said: "It is duo tho public GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R! dy." It was simply tho swallowing purchase that ho took it to the king, journal, Which posltlrelr and permanently cure Jinjio-tenc(caused by excesses ol any kind,) inishould make a full confession of a ten cup full of hot water befuro who, in emulation, produced his vol that I andalldlaea-e- s that follow a tial frenA-tirair- , as lot! of energy, ksiol before 1 retire from the active control sequence of breakfast every morning. Ho took uolTersal laasltude, pain la tne back, umc. In spito of differences in the of the Spider. I procured tho posi memory, of ilslon, premature old age, and many dluineaa tho water from the cook's other diseases that lead to consumption and a pre great initial letters, which were paint- tion merely to secure office, nnd, now mature crare. awTlend ror circulars wltn testiand so hot that he could only tako it by MSVAUOtlATOIt ed by hand, tho text in both was that I havo been elected constable ot monialsatfreeI per mall. orThe botes for 13, by all box, six U sold f by tho spoonful. For about three found to be identical, down druggists, or will be sent free by mall, securely to the this precinct, I step asido from edito- waled, on receipt if price, b addressing weeks this morning dose was repeat V. J. C1IKNEY, smallest details, which would bo im rial duties to give some other aspiring 113 Adanie street, Toledo, Ohio. ed; tho dyspepsia decreasing all tho Sole agent for the United btatea. possible in books written by band. man a chance. I have made many while. At tho end of that timo ho Other copies, too, it came to bo known friends and killed two meu during my could cat, ho says, any breakfast or had been sold. There was no way ot editorial career, for which I am thankHames, Hustonville Nat. Bank. dinner that any well person could cat accounting for the mystery except by ful and deeply indebted to this com had gained in weight, and has over magic, and poor Fust was committed munity. Arkansaw Traveler. Taxnuar DiraitmtiiT,CuaaKMcr, Salt, Iiimo, Comont, Field Seeds, Plows nnd Farming His sinco been hearty and well. to stand his trial for sorcery and was Orr let or Rov-enu- o Wasuikuton, Artit.7, Itss. Implements. Call and soo tho gonnino Hamilton Plow . weight is now between thirty and forThe Commissioner of Internal imprisoned. Only upon a full disto ty pounds greater than it was during stamps Wiiaana, Br satisfactory evidence presentedthat redeem has decided to closure of his process of printing, the undersigned, it baa been made to appear his dyspopsia sufferings; for several word the IatloDllJsQt: ofHimonrltlf, In the town of which hnd hitherto been jealously and return to owners with tho HustouTllle. Id the county ot Lincoln aod Bute of years ho has had no troublo with his each Kentucky, has compiled with all the proTlsloos of kept a secret, did he obtain liberty; "redeemed" imprinted upon the Merited tststulee of the United States required stomach unless it was some tempo before an association sbsll be and this ho did not long enjoy, dying check, all checks and drafts bearing to be compiled with 01 uanaing, authorlx-dtoininence the uusim-erary inconveuienco duo to a late sup- shortly after of tho plague, before ho two cent revenue stamps, which reNow, therefore, I, John J. Knox, Conip Holer oflhe Currency, do certify tbtt the Na per or dining out, and in such a case a could main unused on July 1. Theso checks tlonal Uankofllastonrllle, In the lawn of return to his own country. Lincoln and Htate of In remo- single trial of his and drafts can then ba used up in tho Kentucky, Istnecouutyof commence the buslneaa autborliU to authorized In Heetlon 8,10'J ot the When Miss Notebanger was asked regular course of business. of bauklDa-.ady was sure to set all things right. He llerlted btaluiee ot the united stale. In testimony whereof, wltueaa my hand and obtained his idea from a German doc- to play sho went to the piano after Brandenburg, Ky., merchant, seal ofolhre, this 7th day of April, IMJ. A somo coaxing, and played tho polka tor, and in turn recommended it to JO If A' J. iWO.Y, who purchased a lot of fine country Comptroller of the Currency. WITHis Jin others aud in'overy case, according sho had been practicing upon for four No. 2,9 17. butter, was surprised to find that each to this gentleman's account, a cure weeks. Then sho turned about and butter roll was filled with lard, the o said iu her artless way: "Now I Vanccburg Courier. was cfiected. tbo hog RICHMOND you wouldn't believo it, if I being merely a shell around "They should toll you that that is the first greaso. PETWtCooi'Eu'aRELiaiON. call me au infidel, sometimes," ho said time I over tried that piece." Fopg, Judge UonJ, In appointing a recelter "but I don't care. I beliove in God. tho villain, quickly replied: "Of for the Greenbrier While 8u)hur Springs, Religion all the religion worth ha- course wo should bolieve it; wecouldn't ordera that the leases and contract! hereto I bare recently oiuel In Blehmoml a lant and to stand, and fore made vingis a simplo rulo of lifo to regulate doubt your word, Miss Notebanger." Conebuentlythall be allowedwill part under complete rlanlug Mill, and am prepared to furnish rery a:uu oi the property tho actions of mankind. I am a And the young lady was heard to the management of Mr. I'birbui. -BUILDERS MATERIAL! Unitarian, I don't know anything mutter that somebody or other was a A parcel of dynamite suflicient to about the atouemont, aud I don't UCLUOIKU great hateful thing, and she didn't blow up the whole building u dUcovrred that anybody will be blessed or like him one bit. FloerlHjc. in the cellar of a manufacturing utablteh-uen- t Wi'ttllierliOHrilaiiK, cursed for believing or disbelieving In Iirooltlyn In which over 100 girl year's sorghum crop iu the Last NhhIi, IIIIhiIh, T.HtliH, Deuro, auything. A poor wrotch brought up United States yielded 12.898,098 gal- - are employed. Discharged employee are in tho Five Poiuts, who lives a wretch- Ions NliliiKii'M. MouItlliiKM, NiHlr-whjuapectei'. of syrup aud 509,731 pounds of dies iu tho gutter, ed dobaucbo and Vc. The Vienna Stadt Theatre Company sugar. Kansas led in production of KJwIu booth with a stiver may be more deserving of heaven Now Jersey produced the hea nrcaented syrups and As I sell at prices sucb aa the abor article can be laurel wreath, compoied of thirty-twthan those who havo had a chance." most sugar. bouibt In Loulsrllle, Cincinnati, or other abule-slearee. each leaf bearing the name of a bouse, I atu sure I can make It to youi I aui to patronls bom Institutions, Thousands are being cured of Catarrh member of ike company, At a recent printing tournament in also a practical Berlin tho minimum number of hour- - every year with Hall's Cattrrh Cure, that Lead of fins quality hai been JUcot- geous letters set in one hour was 2, the doctors had Riven up and said could not be cured. 75 cents a bottle. Bold by ercil lo Ballard county, near WicUltTe. COO, aud the maximum 3,124. There The ore iaaatd lo exist In considerable And tut prtptir! to fitrnUb deIiu auJ rttliuatM Penny A McAllster, Stanford. Ky. fa. l.i.ll.llnnsinJ all kludiOf ftCrull WOTst. were 21 competitors. At a second uantlttri. Tint I aui dolof no mull btuloeM, can I Judg bear witness to the poIt(ve Tbouaanda tccuumruot iruw U7 irou tournamont the compositor who car- curative powers nf the Oreat German tMHl Ml1 I The cut of leg on the dreams abor M rVlsl Ialu ucl mil Itwk.iuK fruotrMtUg ad building dooa procoplly aod at ried ofl the prize picked up 0,415 letBee advertisement. Sold by St. Paul i estimated at 135,000.000 feet, imujl price. Auaicw ters in three hours. or 60,000,000 more than any former jear. Penny ft McAIUler, Stanford. -- ' Livingstone said: "Those who havo nover carried n book thro' tho press can form no idea of tho amount of toil it involves. Tho process has Increased my respect for authors nnd authoresses a thoutand fold. I think I would rather cross tho African continent Bgain than undertake to writo another book." "For tho statistics of tho negro population of South America alono," says Robert Palo Owen, "I examined moro than a hundred and fifty vol umes." Another author tells us that he wrote paragraphs and wholo pages of his book as many ns forty and fifty times. It is said of ono of Longfellow's poems that it was written in four weeks, but that ho spent six months in correcting and cutting it down. Bulwer declared that he had rewritten somo of his briefer productions as many as eight or nine times licfore their publication. One of Tennyson's pieces was rewritten fifty times. John Owen was twenty years on his "Commentary on tho Kpistlo to tho Hebrews;" Giblwu on his "Decline nnd Fall," twenty years; Adam Clarke on his "Commentary," twenty-years. six Carlylo spout fifteen years on his "Frederick tho Great." A great deal of timo is consumed in reading before somo books are Georgo Eliot read one thou sand books before sho wrote "Daniel Deronda." Allison read 2,000 books before hn completed his history. It is said that he read 2,000 books and only wrote two books. Somo write out of n full soul, nnd it seems to be only a small eiTort for them to produco a great deal. This was truo of Emerson and Harriet Martiuciu. They both wroto with wonderful facility. These "moved on winged utterances: they threw the wholo forco of their being into their creations." Others wait for moods, and then accomplish much. Lowell said : pro-pare- David On tho 18th ot August, 18G0, a i. w. iowi. iv v. acaoarr largo picco of gold was taken from tho BUllDETT A nnoWH, Monumental quartz mino, Sierra ATTOHNJ3YH AT X.AAV. r MT. VERHOK, KY. Butts, which weighed 1,590 ounces troy, tho valuo was cstimatcd'nt from T. w. VAtnox. wattica i. vaanos. T. W. & W.B VAItNON, $21,000 to $30,000. Tho nuggot was ATTOIINISYH A.'V X.A.AV. sold to II. B. Woodward, of San STANFOnn, KY. stairs. Offlc In Owsley A Son new Imlldlnf-- up Francisco for $20,030.52. A fine M. PEYTON, I specimen was taken from tho Rainbow A'aT'OIUVJilV AKY, J..AW, OTANFOIIP, quartz mine, Chipp's Flat, in 1881. Will practice In the (Vurta or Lincoln and . . Join inn counties and the Superior Court ami Court It was taken from a depth of 200 feet. ol Appeal rpclal slr-attention firm to collections. 112 on Litter it was shipped to London and Office Lancaster ALEX. ANDERSON, AT A COST Of f LA.tMMm tfV mr l wonted there. It yielded 822,000. In AV, ArTOItNJ-- Y DANVILLE, KY., 1850 a nugget was found at French Bojle and adjoining Will practice In the Courta Ravino that weighed 532 ounces, and eountlre anil In the Court ofof Appeals. was worth $10,000. It contained con3. B. FI81I. - AT A.I toriitjy A.t X.OM'. siderable quartz, which is not calcula- And Matter Commliaioner lloekcastle Circuit Court MT. VERNON, KY In 1851, at French ted in its weight. Will practice In the llocirastle Courta. a specialty. Offlce In (I Ravine, a nugget was found which EB V. HUFFMAN, weighed 12G ounces and was valued at - ON HUUOJJON BTANFOnU, KY. 88,000. A nuggot is reported to havo Offlce Houth aid Main Street, two Soon ebor been found at Minnesota valued at the Myere Hotel. PureNltroua Oilda Oae administered when reIu 1850 a piece of quartz quired. 85,000. was found in French Ravine which contained 2G3 ounces of gold, worth And for that day and dato only.- 84,893. At Smith's Fiat, in I860, a Tin annual meeting of the abarcboMera ot the gold was taken from a claim Stanford A Halle (Jap Turnpike Cj. for the elecpieco of tion ol a president and board of dlrcctora f.r the which was worth $2,71G, and weighed entiling rear will lie held at tho Circuit Clerk's office In Stanford on SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1S3J. 14G ounces. At Smith's Flat, in 'G4, at 2 r. u. 137- J. K. l.YSX, I'rrmlitrnt. 140 a nugget was found weighing and worth $2,005. At Littlo ounces Grizzly Diggings, in 18G9, a nugget Circo-Zoologic- o llustonrllle The shareholder! of the Stanford worth $2,000 was found. A nugget Turnpike Co. will meet at llalley'eA Store, BATUUDAY, MAY 5, ISM, at 2 o'clock weighing 94 ounces and valued at r. h.. lor tne election ot rresweoi ana oireciori was found at tho Hope claim, 4 lor tbeeniulne jeer. 139 Traveling togothor ior this season only. J. f. CASH, rretldtnt. miles below the Mountain House. At French Ravine, 1860, a nugget was A Consolidation of the Greatest found worth 81,757 and weighing 93 Shows I of the Turnerttllle. The ounces. At Smith's Flat, in 1861, a Stationahartholdera Mill Turnpike RoadMcKlnner Co. wlli A Coffer ' A Union or (be 4 Ilcst SIiobh ! Jonea' Store, KBIDAY, MAY nugget was found which weighed 80 meet at at 9 o'clock a.McKlnner, election ol l'rol-de4, 1833, at., for the and director for the tniulng year. ounces and was valued at 81,500. PRltafe W'Sk. Tho Fivo Groat Giants aro with 139 CI.IFTOS FO lVLF.lt, Vremtttent. the Giant Shows. From 1854 to 1862 twelve gold nugfrom 30 to 148 ounces gets, ranging Tho Monster "Whale, Tho Giant wcro taken from the Live Yankee Black Camel, The aharrhilderaofthe Hanging claim, at Forest City. From 1856 to Hirer Turnpike Itoad Co. will meet Fork A Green at Jones' Store. McKlnner.on 1862 a number of gold nuggets, vary- o'clock a. K , forHATUltUAY.ofMAY S. 1883. atdi 9 The Giant Horse, The Giant Ant Dear, Giant Einucs ! President and the election from 30 to 100 ounces, were found rectors ror tne enstunc year. ing 139 VCJFSOX FullLFIl, Peeniaent. We alone exhibit the in the Oregon claim at Forest City. Titanic Bubalipua, the Sacred White Camel, and the Midget Camel Dwarf. A specimen worth $5,000 was taken Performing Horses, Ponies and Acting Quadrupeds ! A whole fiom the Orieutal (Gold Gate) quartz The shareholder! ol the Stanlonl A Mllledzetllte mine. Sierra County (Cal.) Tribune Turnpike ltoad Co will meet at McCormack'a Ul-lj- THEIR OWN SPECIAL TRAINS! Ar r lfa The Manifold Attractions of All Earth Collec-llo- ui Court-hous- e. DllN'riHT, Turnpike Election. STANFORD THURSDAY, API 26, M CIRCUS TIE 1 and Mystic Circus of Japan, Turnpike Election. Royal German Menagerie, Le Gran Turn-ersrlll- e, $1,-77- 0, Turnpike Election. 4 nt Turnpike Election. V? J&KSjSgc Turnpike Election. Wild Beast Show Free "Hector," flic $10,000 Killing Canine! Turnpike Election. T blue-gra- w abun-dau- school-hou- ROBBED A. OWSLEY & SON, in p, tea-kettl- Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- 191-l- Wooden and Willowwaro, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Pull line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent Traces, and Family Flour, OPERA ZHZOTTSIE BLOCK. o s a WE ARE RED AY! -- sup-pos- Men's, Boys' & Children's PLANING MILLS! CLOTHING! irsr o A.BUNDANCE I o ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT! al ARCHITECT, Correct Styles and Low Prices. BRUCE, wlEN & CD. 'u it t I w "to. ' : i i1 J. T. Palmer waa here a few days ago Mr. W. O. Newell, Is declining Tevii. of Texas, ate the guests of Mrs. K. sonln-law- , Ei Hill, all of them are remarkable for rapidly within the last few weeks, and his In the Interest of the MrCormack HarvestBusiness failure last wctk, 05, ing Machines, Tom Is a nice gentleman, but no, death may be expected at any moment. their wit and beauly, especially The Court of Appeals will consider we wont particularise, A Mr. Henderson, who arrived here and will do the people right. they are firm friends Crfi'i case on the 15lli of fy. Mr. Ceph Conn, an old gentleman to each other and we would have them re- last Friday afternoon, lost his pockel-houA cyclone swept over Cattanooga Sunmain so. By the by, yon spoke of Mrs, which conttincd $103 and as yet has not altonl 70 years old, waa thrown from his 24, 1833 Tncsday Morning, April day, unroofing hoties ami causing inueli Hill In your last Issue as being of the heird nnylhingof It. He dees not knnw horse a few days ago and had several of destruction of property. neighborhood, we bog permission whether he lost it from his pocket or was hla ribs broken, and It Is thought that his . EDITOR W.P. WALTON, Tho Winters' National Ihnk, of recovery Is doubtful, to state that McCormack'a claims Mrs. robbed. ha bern nutliorltod lo begin liusl-nA young man named Kendrlck waa Our farmers are nearly all using the Hill as one of lis met valued members. wil'.i n oapital of $CO,000. before the court last week to be tried for Improved check rower corn planter and DrfttOCRATIO HOMINES TOH nnPItRSKNT-ATIVB0TLE COUNTT. Tho Garfield Memorial Hospital Com Idiocy, but the jury decided that though pronounce it a grand trick for planting mittee hat purchased a building site In the Dantille. he was Ignorant and a cripple and not able corn. R. II. liaison, agent for the maJUDGE THOMAS P. HILL, JR. suburbs of Wellington for $.17,000. Mis. L, W. Robertson, of Mayaville, Is to work, he was not an Idiot. He will be chine has done a lively business selling -J- ninM lllblt.a contractor on the Oarvisiting the family of Mr. A 8. Roliertson. cared for by tho county. them, he has averaged altonl three a day, Mr. Wm. Brewer died at his residence Sleek ot every description isunususlly Tin: Clovcrport Xaoa gays thcro is enthoro A Nashville railroad, was fatal); W. O, Hansford was here Saturdsy, AlbrltUn, on Monday mottling, at 2 o'clock. Mr. scarce in this county just now and prices are shaking hands and glad to see every body eo far as it can ascertain lmt ono Uuck-no- r shot by a negro workman near Muhlenberg, county. Brewer had been In falling health for somo higher than in the city markets. Forcoin He knew every body he met, or some of man in UreckcnriJgo county. Slavery waa nbolislied and our daugh- lime and his death resulted from a com mon mules $100 per head Is naked, while their kinsfolk. Nath Shumate went lo "Tho balanco nro for Knott to n man ters have not married negroes. 1'rotecllcn plication of diseases, broke mules rango from $140 to $180; hogs Mt. Vernon, Saturday, on a business trip with Miko Owsley, who was a federal will be abollilied and our manufactories Mr. W.P. Speed, of this place, has G to 7c; cattle t to 0c; milk cows $35 lo George Ileitis wss here Friday, feeling Indianapolis News a coin which professors of numismatics $00, for common scrub stock, soldier, as tbeir second clioico." So will not be destroyed. the wool market. Prof, II. L. Wallace, is Merrlwether, of Louis- would evidently consider a rare one. It far as wo can learn Judgo Owsley is Mr. Robert Chesney, a former citizen teaching a flourishing school at Wstnutta Saturday (cars date of 1701 and the following in of this vicinity, but now living with a son College. tho second choice of most of tho ville, fell down a flight of steps and seriously hurt himself. He Is In hi scription on one side: ARCItr AVSTi In Wsyne county, has been here several Knott moo and a greater part of tho eighty-thiryear and the accident wilt no DVX: BVRC1: on the other side MAR- days on a visit. Mr. Cy. W, Richardson is LAMCANTUt AtlUKTlNKHMTH, Jones men, which confirms us in tho doubt prove fatal. THERESIA.D. C. It. I.IMPGERM: preparing to erect a brick residence on II. V. WALTElt, belief that with tho largo instructed The atorin In the Colorado mountains HVNfJ: BOH-REChurch street. Mr. Itobt. Bartell, of WilDr. Thos. E. Smith, lateof Baltimore, liamsburg, Is here with a view of going instrength with which ho will go into Saturday attained the velocity of CO mllea KY. LANCASTKIt, Offlreovrr Cltltena National tank. OflVrhouii tho Convention, ho is sure to get tho an hour. An entire train was blown from and a graduate of the University of Mary- to the jewelry biinlne. Mr. Sam Hicks from 8 lo 12 a. x. and from 1 lo S r. M. passengers land, has located in Danville for the prac- will close out his grocery business and en- " nomination. I ho absurdity of the the track near Como, several BAM M. 11U11DETT. men being injured. tice of his profession. Dr. Smith brought ter the jewelry business with Mr. Bartell, Jacob boom in Louisville, with its and train In the U. S. letters of introduction to some of our best ATTOIINI3Y At T..VAV, The count of tho funds t, A gentleman named Morris, of UV. LANCASTKIl, well known intent, has rebounded in Treasury vaults, amounting to several citizens, and seems to be an intelligent and Tenn , attempted to get on tbe Will 'rftlr In (ItrrsM nl aJJutnlnfrautitlM Judge Owsley a favor and ho is as hundred millions of dollars, lus been com agreeable gentleman. He and his family J ami Court of Appeslt. south bound train as it was moving from strontr in Louisvillo as ever. It pleted. Tbixommiltce found an excess of are domiciled at the Clemens House, whose the depot here last Saturday afternoon and O. KAUPl'MAN, U. , is likely, however, that Louisvillo three cents In favor of retiring Treasurer new proprietor, Mr. J. O. Ake, certainly missing his footing fell with lis fingers on AXTOUNEV At JUA-WLANCA8Tr.lt, KY. knows how to "keep a hotel." will instruct for Jacob as a matter of auniian. the track and had those of his right hind Master Ootmnltatoner Clarrtr.l Circuit Cbnrl. Will The Knights Templars are seriously Mr. H. K. Taylor, of Vanceburg, entirely cut off and one from his left band, practice la all tha Cbuita of damnl and a Joining local pride, but tho Owsley men aro counties an.l la thsUouilof AppnU. talking of changing the place of holding Lewis county, a candidate for Superintendstrong enough to assert themselves at llcir triennial conclave from San Francis ent of Public Instruction, was In town last lie also received a wound on tbe right of one. He his forehead, though not a serious the proper timo and they will do so. co to Washington, because of the failure of week visiting his brother-in-law- , Mr. H. G. was brought to town and placed under the The people aro not to bo deceived by the members of the Order to make the ad Sandifcr, of the Central National Bank. care of Dr. Hep. Perkins, and, being a Mamaneuvering as tho equate arrangement In the former city. Mr. Taylor in his canvass maintains, 1st, son, Is receiving attention from the brothsuch shallow Tiiitvir IiarAiTHixT. Orrira or CoMrrioM.it. or tiir n aaasi r, The newspaper report of tho serious That the School fund should be increased erhood here. Mr. Morris was slightly unKnott men attempted there and will WiiilB(iTt)!. i rn. S3, IMS, out of the by the proceeds of the sale of public lands der the influence of to Wiikikis, liy beer, which caused hi" tlioiin'eralaord, MlUfactory et Mnrto pretwitf.that not wo believe, allow themselves to bo Illness of President Arthur, grtw appear It bu Xtva maJo while 2d, That there should be a uniform sys- tnhliap. fact that lie w. teirihly thsCltliena National Hank of Lanrsilrr, In I be ruled by the would-- be bosses in such aboard the Talapoosa returning from Flor- tem of text books presented of llarrard town by the State -- Circuit Court adjourned Saturday mat of K nturkv. In Ilia countr with all tho and Iiao compiled of a manner. ida. He has gotten back to Washington, Board, from which, if the teacher departs noon until Monday morning. The case of or His IUflar.1 glatutta of tho Knllid Willi lroresn he forfeits his pay. 3d, That the Commis- Logston for killing Phillips was not tried fitalra required lo U compiled eoioinenci- - His in Tun Cincinnati Acuw, which has but a little tho worse off for his voyage. elation ahail Leaulhorlscl In ttaokIn, which of tho Na sioners tlio'uld he required to qualify by Wednesday, but continued until the next It Imsbtcn a question labored under tho difficulty of being Now, there ore, I, John J. Knoi, Comptroller of lti tions of the earth possewed the latest pile standing written examinations. term. The caso of Tom Donley for the tho Currency, do heraliy certifythe town OlUeinunablo to obtain tho Hisociatcd Press of of l.anNational lUnk at LnnniUr. In About five weeks ngo tho wife of a murder of Wm. Gooch was tried Thursday uuter. In th county of (larrard sndMlatent Ken- gold. The French have It. The gold telegrams, has purchased tho franchiso in the Hank of Franco amounts to $198,- - vagabondish negro named Heury Fry, died commence inc pu.iocmih lueay ii auinoricou io and Fridsy and be was acquitted. Unking- ia provided In Becllon S,IS9of tho list lard n of the Morning Journal in that la $13.732,1'.!3.10 more leaving him three children, n boy aged 0 181,818-wh- ich Attorney Warren made a Statutea of th United ftatea. whereof, Wltncra my band and leased tho handsome Gazette than we have In the Treasury of the Uni- year, a girl 7, and a baby nbout 2 vcara owerful argument against the defendant, acal ufofflcc, thla 23.1 day of rYl.ruiry. IMl and JOIl.t J. KNOX, old. Immediately after the death of the but the evidence of threats made by Gooch building for its office, paying for both ted States. Criiiptrollcr of the Currency. No. lfiti. The old Louisville Exposition build- woman, Fry commenced neglecting the and bis character for quarrelsome drunktho neat little sum of S115.000. This ing has been sold to John Callahan for children, only visiting the room where enness weighed with the jury, and the puts tho paper on a firm basis and inwho intends to conveit it into a hotel, they stayed, every three or four days, and prisoner received the benefit of a "reasonasuccess, a fact which will bo which will room 2,000 prson and feed sures its furnishing them with little or nothing to ble doubt" as to murder or manslaughter; appreciated by tho democracy, which Such a hotel will be wanted, if the eat. In tho latter part of last week the la- hence their verdict was equal to a decision I wlllaell oreichann uij Farm In Trial fr Unrein or llorl reunhas so long been without a paper in Southern Exposition proves the success it is dies of Mr. Robert Harris' family acci- of justifiable homicide. Donley expressed laoda In (larrard, Mail-oThis farm la altuated In Tarrant county, ite. dentally discovered that theyoungest child his thanks lo the jury when tbe verdict of Tciaa. about II or 14 mile South u( tho tllrof that city. Tho Enquirer, to bo sure, thought it will be. North of and about aawa Gov. Blackburn has pardoned Homer was In a dying condition. About noon one acquittal was read. Two negroes, Frank Fort WorthCleburne, In Johnaoa dlalsnro Contains county. is an alleged democratic sheet, but as tho City of Oldson, the boy who waa convicted in the day they called in a physician and also Johnon and John Cowan, were tried Fri- StIO .lcTol flo land, all under fence, with a It la irood lmruukn II aid fond water on placo. it stands ready at any timo to sell its Bourbon Circuit CourtWedncsdjy and sen- gave it something tlmt-rtit- r farming land and to eat, and although it wll a high pttttau waning influence, its opinions and ex- tenced to the penitentiary for one year for revived somewhat after taking nourish- day evening for stealing chickens from Mr located for railing caltle, falling atrcaioa of water. It ta Andy Gibson. As much interest was between two pressions aro regarded with suspicion. maliciously shooting and wounding bis ment, it was taken away by its father and one roll Eutof tha auretyed routs of tho by the young attorneys (Messrs. W. aboutWorth A Klodrand. It,- - 1L, which will U Fort miIIm abort Hue, and alio attor- school teacher, Ym. Ycrkes, Eq., which died that night. The physician says it A. Morrow, Jas. L. and John Will Colyer) completed In a (' A banta Fro It, IU aboutlu3 operaKate Kajje, a Milwaukee now West ol tho (I occurred at Paris several months ngo. died of neglect and starvation, which for the defense as If It had been a serious tion from Ft. Worth to (ialeeaton. Thla firm la in sensation in Court ney, created a The Ohio State Central Committee makes It proper to remark, that if there Is murder case and some thirty or forty ju the gnat cotton aud wheal ralalngaeclton of Northern fexu and eery dealraM fur any una wauling there a day or two ago by throwing a Gxed Columbus as the place and Juno 21 no Hades one ought to be established by place cattle. Also hue rors had to be sworn and examined before to firm or rnlae Short Horn Heifers on the call and with glass of water in tho presiding Judge's as the time for holding the democratic con- special' act of the Legislature for the ben- a panel could be obtained lo satisfy them small bunch ofHorn Hull, 1 yean old Ihlatfprlog-- . one fine Short alao farming Implemtnta, that I will trade with face, who thereupon fined her S50 for vention to nominate a State ticket. This efit of such brutes as Henry Fry. an apparent effort being made to exclude the place. St. IlcKCE 1UCA. Laocaaler, Ky. Jan.ll. IMl. Sho refused to pay it and waa another victory for Senator Pendleton negroes contempt. democrats from the jury. Two MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. and friends and a humiliating defeat of the were summoned and examined, but the was ordered to jail. Tho sweet temManaged by John B.fish. Enquirer and its supporters, sorehead demCommonwealth excused one and the other pered Kate claims that the Judgo ocrats and republicans. Monday was county court day. There excused himself by claiming to have formwinked at her in an insulting manner Hon. John Young Brown and Morgan was no business of importance transacted. ed an opinion. Elaborate speeches were Sarah Catherine Sowder was taken to and she wanted to teach him that sho Swone. a butcher in Henderson, had a dif- made by the young attorneys for the newas not that kind of a girl, if sho ficulty in which Brown hit Swope with a the Eastern Lunatic Asylum, at Lexington, groes, and the case waa given to the Jury last week. ueet uonc. owopo returned me cumjui-meSaturday morning, but they could not was in bad company. Capt. Frank P. Kellog, of the K. C. with a weight which made a big gash agree, one man being for conviction and eye, when he Railroad, waa In town Monday. Casper they were discharged. The case was set Brother: Marcum, of tho Catletts-bur- over the Democrat: Yourattention, please. drew his pistol and fired three shots with- Williams returned to Louisville Saturday. for tstal again on Monday morning and Miss Sallie Whitehead will go to Lexing about forty more jurors were summoned. Tho advertisement you aro running out effect. This is another chance for Blackburn to get in a pardon for carrying ton John Will Colyer, a popular young for Ash & Ilobbins, Brooklyn, is a D. N. Williams, assignee of the firm ot concealed weapons. was sworn in as an attorney. He ia waste of valuablo space, for you will Clark & Baker, requests all those who are a very promising gentleman, having pressLINCOLN COUNTT. get no return for it whatever, and beindebted to said firm to come forward and ed forward with commendable energy by Highland. settle the same, or their accounts will have sides lead your patrons into a delu his own tact and exertions, first to educaSome of our farmers have finished to be placed in the hands of a collecting sion and a snaro. The firm is ono of tion, then to the study of law, and now officer. The firm's business must be closed and planting corn. the most notorious of dead-beat- s enters the practice. He is certainly vtry Jas. T. Light bought a fine mare in and settled at once. deserving and willdoubtless attain success. has been so published repeatedly. Washington county, Tor $150. In speaking of tho Broughton and Sow T Itev. J. W. Brock will preach at the der, Indicted in the Laurel Circuit Court A hecent trip oyer tho Ohio & M. E. Church next Sunday (Cth), instead in my last letter, I was wrong in saying Mississippi II. It. lo St. Louis, con"Judge Randall refused the parties bail," of 1st Sunday in May. DEPABTMENT. vinced us that it is ono of the best presented her as no motion for bill had been made before Mrs. W. R. Cook equipped, fastest and best managed husband with 12 pound boy Ust week and him. I am requested to make this correcItOJtX'. It. WEST, thoroughfares in tho country. The Mrs. Jas. Light presented her husband tion. The parties were being tried under a LANCASTER. writ of habeas corpus last week. I have road bed is in splendid condition and with a 5 pound girl a few days since. We are glad to see our friend Robert Died at her residence on the 10th Inst., not learned the result of this investigation In I.iuu'iiHlcr nl the tho magnificent cars glide over it with Kinnaird on the Bt reels again. Mrs. America Bryant, afier an Illness of yet, but am confident from the information O. D. Burdett & Co. have just receivout a jar. Its employes aro uniformthree months. Her personalty was sold on I hivo that they will be allowed bail in a ed a very elegant lot of picture frames and ly polito and accommodating and the the 21st; Oae cow brought $10.70; 1 horse reasonable aifni. "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," chromos, which are for sale cheap. travel over it daily is immense. $12 15; corn $2 CO per barrel; bicon lCjc The following dispatch iu regard to A Corheotion Messrs. J. C Robinthe woman found in Rockcastle River was The custom of treating, since it is per pound. LANCAMTKU, KY. son and C W. Sweeney will build the secOur district school closed last Silur- - received last night: confined almost entirely to whisky ond house on W. R. Robinson's lot instead ISjxclal la I lil Interior Jjurna L day. The delay in getting the school clos& and cigars, is certainly a very sociaMt. Veiikon, April 23. Tha woman of Messrs. Brawner Brown. ed was caused by the sicknesa of the teachA negro named Wm. Wallace was trione, yet no loss foolish. The er. Miss Eddie Atherlon will begin a sub- found in the river was named Mamie Bryble for Pennsylvania legislature is trying to scription school next Monday at the Mt. ant. She was brought to Dan Ball's by ed before Judge Singleton last Friday, l'roprletoia- lunacy. The jury adjudged him a lunatic Dunnegan, from Jackson county. Bill break it up by passing an act to pre- Moriah school-housand he was sent to the Asylum at Lexinghad threatened lo kill her If he Miss Anna Robinson's singing school vent it, but it is usoleea and the law could not get rid of her any other way. ton. Miss Susie Henry, the little 10 year will be void. It is one of tho rights will closo this week. It is reported that she will go to Cincinnati In the near future to She had been missing siuco April Cth, Dunold daughter of Dr. H. C. Henry, caught a of tho American citizen that can not We. hate l.tacod allot our notea and accounta la make it her home, but sho will not be negan left for Texas on the Uth. All the jumper in Dix River last Fridsy, which Ibe banda of M. l'eylon for collection, and partlee be alienated. Misi Anna Kobinson then. We regret lo above was developed at the Coroner's in- measured iO inches in length and weighed Indebted lo ua will sareewta and trouble by settling wltb him at once J. B. Fish. over four pounds. Tom Crittknijen, tho degenerate give her up, as she has been a great help in quest. It. XATTIStlhV, COUIITT. PULASKI ecion of a noble ancestry, who cruelly our Sunday School. It. T. JIATTISattY. Mr. W. M. Adams sold at private sale Thos. Walls haa moved to our village. to John H. Woodcock, Gve shaies of stock Somerset murdered a negro in Jefferson county, Robinson has moved to his new Mrs. Rucker has about recovered from in the National Ihnk of Lancaster, at LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. week with the usual re- M..D. was tried last house. Thos. Light, of Tunnel City, has $1C0. This is the highest price that the sult in such cases a huug jury. It moved to his Maple Swamp farm, which her illness. W. C. Owens and Mils Nettle Hicks stock in this Bank haa ever brought, and Any one wlablog to buy Lumber for boilog, is easier for a camel to go through tho he bought from II. P. Young u few days is considered by those who know as speak- fencing; or any purpoaa can aire money by gelling are to be married Tuesday, 21th. It of ua at our mill on Ilia II umber farm, about two eyo of a ueedlo than to convict a rich alnce. Daniel Williams has moved to Richard Peltus was robbed a few days ing well for the Bank. Dillce from Crab Orchard. s Woodbine, Whitley county, Joseph man of any ofleuso nguinst a negro. since of a coat, vest and a silver wktch. jii;lvin jl co. lit ITEMS F110M BUSINESS MAKAOEK. help run a shingle went with him to W. K Grldler has sold his farm to a MaJ. F. D. Rlgney and W. O. liana-forW. Nkal, lato of machine. We regret very much to lore Mr. Mu. Marshall gentleman from Ohio for $8.50 per acre. spoke here tho Glasgow Time, has bought an in- Williams as a citizen and a neighbor. The smoke house of Dr. J. M.Perkins Misj Lizzie Huffman, or Gilberts WoodWe will now pay special attention lo terest in tho banners Home Journal Henry Walls has returned from waa broken into Saturday night and a lot Creek, sold to Phil Kunnelley a mule colt, and will enter at once tho control ford county. Mrs. Allen Baugh is visit- of meat stolen. only Ibrco weeks old, for $100. ing her sister, .Mrs. Graybeil, at McKln- A htavv rain storm visited this localiMr. J. B. Owens sold four McCoriuack We rroiulae to giro aatlafirtlon. and when detlred of tho business department of that lor ney. ty Sunday afternoon and some damage reapers for Mr. Geo. D. Wearen here to- will giro I'ateut Flour uieai Wheat. Can make Btcrllng journal, which is to bo coneltucr bolted or unuouci Near McCormack'a Church. was done to building, fencings and forests. 110day, two of which were twlno binders Uoll.lNrKK ANAI.I.KE. gratulated on acquiring ono so compeThe many friends of the editor join A negro boy named Charley Hall, Lancaster April 23 A new postodlce for tho position. tent and well-fitt- ed with me lu wishing him a pleasant trip aud charged with attempting to kill a boss mi- will soon be established at Rout's slor beneficial to his ner, waa brought here from Greenwood near the Fork church with W. D. Marks- is generally understood in Lou- hope It will prove highly Hack, thank you, and better. Ed. Friday. bury u postmaster. Mayor Jacob is a tacit health. I am elsudlng two isville that A meeting ot Hie democracy oi ruias-k- l Two additions to the church at Mcllu. Jacks at tuy (taJohn iiunn, oi iiryaumiue, nom iu candidate for Governor, but he can Cormack's last Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. Tom ble, Hie miles North by the chairman of the Thos. E. Wood 25 slop cattle at $5 and a has been called ofrJUiifordt of not announco himself because of a law Poster, by letter. Eld. J Q. Montgomery,, of the county committee for Saturday, small premium. Col. E. A E P. Woods 4 his office vacant so aamiialed by Eld. Joseph Ballou, held a May 5th. $8 to Insure Lancaster, sold to R. B. which declares Tho negro, Wm. Henry, who killed yearling mules at $00. protracted meeting at l'lrbivillo last week. a Colt. bo offers for another. noon as Pretty good Lancasthh Couiit. We aro requested to announce that Bro. Mclotyre at Bsavcr Crctk last week, was , During the 2 1 weeks that Mrs. Lang-trjr- Montgomery will preach at McCoruack'n caught u few days after at Chattanooga, but crowd in town hut no stock of any const SURPRISE quenci Cspt I M.Duun sold 25ecrubcslves the beautiful Jeuey Lily, haa played next Sunday. Tho membere are requested be made bis tveapa from the jail. and yearlings nt $18; 47 sheep at $5, lamts Is M bau.lt. 4 years old, 1 red by Imp. I'alrruo, in America, her grow receipts have been to oswo esrly as they wish to reorganize Butter has been unusually scarce In thrown in. No mules. Horse show wai (thu air. ol Caldwell's One jack) sod out ol a b'upo-rlMauniolh Jennet. Her face U her fortune, lo be the Sunday-schoo$'22Qfi(i?M. this vicinity for the past four months and tolerably good. f sure,. She is now playing her farewell "CTCT 4 k TVT T- - TT5 MImlUy Carpenter was rleltlng her many families in town have been without Paint Lick. engagement lu New York. We had a drenchlutf rain Sunday aud Is IS bauds, 8 years old sired by. Wm. Uubble'a brother, Mr, A. W. Carpenter, last week, it for weeks at a time. The price, however, (Surprise. Will U permithigher than 28 or 30 cts, our farmers have all got on long face be- gray Jack; sameUsiu asnumber of good marcs. yublto schools in Virginia are beiug Qua MtCoriuaok Is in Tennessee. Mis did not advance ted to serve s limited Mr, Lewis Paulson, an aged and prom cause it came before they got done plantUouie and tee my lacks and cults. closed for lack of funds to carry them on. Annie Phelps, of Missouri, Miss LIuie UHKK.NHKKKY HKIUIIT, this county, liviog with his ing corn. Charge it to Mahene aud his repudiates. Chenault, of Richmond, aud Miss Lizzie inent citizen of cnw-M- t cliln 3nicrioronral - NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. H. Stanford, G. - RUPLEY, Kentucky, I te Hen-demo- MKItUIIAlVV WAIJLOK, et MTOKy, Sale s Feefi SiTliSJBIJViil! .soiiuMo. t i d - Nice lot of Horses and Fino Turnouts. Rates ren- - HUHGKON DENTIMT, Is wanted by mo. I will pay tho highest market price. And cnu supply I also deal in COAL!quantity. it in any Ntui-fort-- l, v A. T. !ViriVXl4E.Kir, Ky. Citizens National Bank. yewy&M'AIfetoff PHARMACISTS -- laaLift In- - 1 eea-slc- Di'tiga, Books, Stationery r'l( ';?r''vrSaL' t - and Fancy Artiolou. Ab I'hl Tclam' prunlplloin jrrurately roniiMindcd. ji:Wi:i.i:i(n!i iim tt - con-cor- T l.iirt,r.t Stork of Watrlirs Clocks, JctrclrjT X Mire marc Hrr brought to lbl market litre. Lower than il,e.,.,it pelrt-- l on abort hellce and Warranted. Walehee.Ou.le end Jewelry lie. lJS-?- m $7,-55- A Texas Farm For Sale! ATTENTION, In order to gel control of tbe Vehicle, and alao In order lo oa counta and Uiwet ratee of freight, FAflMERS! wfl the Majority of Dealers. nutr opi I vr lineh ol .Agricultural ImHrmruU.. end Itea.uta ... . V.. tnlnlu iiuaniinre a. in i.i.i be?e cetaiiliihed branch tkarelUuma anJArer.lt at HuioniiiiT ' Lancnatrr and lllrbmond, and under Ibis anang -- irul aure we can otTec the Farmera I tot einelur and tnsn-Heel- or linrrtl Many Inducements I kerfi on ban.l Over a all Hues at my moral War. Iboma a largeiitek of m-St- u ILiandretli's g ilaiftoffli SI0 peda-gogu- e, fm rC3 I -- i ZrJ. -iiiaSvM-JPaeawWga- I ' ' In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of ItiiKKlt'rt, Ciirrliir;t'H,Niriui; iViikoiim, 1'nrm iVngoiiM, Lok U'iiKoiim 'T ' flit' Hl',"Jc(K'u """ -" Ha Garrard Countv Editor. FURNITURE GEO.D.BUItDETT&CO., Railroad Carta, Itcapera, Mowcra, Hay llakea, Orala Drills, llroedceat fceJera, Kulkej Harrows, Vulkey Plowa, Walling and Hiding rulllTiUira, O.rn lirllla, Corn I'lantrra, feed rullcra.Curn Hhallera, Farm-- 4 , era' Hollers, and many other Itetiii. Dun-neg- Notice ! UO-- Iaa alao prepared lo lurultli prlcesind tetlinttea of all kinds of Engines, 8aw Mllls,,Tbrwbio( Machines, Hay IVreata, fitraw Wlatken, Wind Mil s, Hone Powers, and Tarlous other bln.lt ol machinery. I'srlles In waut of any goods In toy lino will loose nothing by seeing mo belore purch 'elng Jeu-kin- ! d TO THE PUBLIC sroUHToai oniNiiis'G.' -t 1KV muyw alao It TWO FINE JACKS. I KaljiiuioKpilrig To.th Harrow.) alt) hail JU (lriliiau-- rieedtel all kinds; Wu. i" Hay aud Wool. , iMiiJS'uUsy D. OTE.ARE.IVr, (Jltr.C.V w. it. Hpr-7iVMl- 'aie5 Stanford. Mow -- SAlXStwawawswawawsw. V SVII.MAMN, HustonTille Depot Managers u'lTinms, , Manager Lancaster Depot; l, "t aasEBHdLAHslBBBBBH t It. II. tVI!AHi:., MsDsjier Itlcbuiocd Depot 151-8- sid Mauler,) J 1I S rl , I JfonTit not;Mi mall train two hotira late The proprietor, of the Lincoln Mill want to buy wheat, WantfI) -- Onuntr Htcon, esperUIIr yelerday,on nccount of alldea. A nice Ihffeqnatter Alderny cow.with iirmliler. II (J lltlxhl. I IIAVR opened a aline ahep nt mr jlable, young calf, for .!e. W. T, Green, Stan A rvu. line of California canned gocda, wlicre repairing of all kind will be dene. font, Ky. TncsdayMomlnff, A.T. Nnnne er April ami lower than eer at If. C. IlrlghtV In Itourbon county 25 2 year-olJ. W. IfAYDn.f haa receive! a nice new mulea aold at $100; 120 wethers at $5.40 Fort Hai.k. A handsome realdencc. lot LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. of Hprlng Clothing. Hmln't yon better per cwt, and 2,600 pound of wool at 20 lo Will sell Tery cheap. W. Craig, Stanford. go and gel a bargain of lilni 7 2") cents. Mail Train. Dnilr. i3lanr.tnl (Bins North ... t 19 P. M. (Successors to Ohenault, Severance & Go,) lv yon want lo buy Dry Oood, Carpel, H Wanted A careful tenant to take Cam. and examine my atock of Furni" Houth . 2 00 P. M, Hata or Hhocs, do not fall to call at ltobt. care of a nice country home balance of the I ture, Ac.; It now full nnd complete, and Accommodation, Daily eicepl Similar. H I.ytU'a and aee hlvafock. price aro lower than ever. II. K. Wearen. year. House and yard, garden and cow A Vi A. Iare8linrbr' going (forth Have just received .in elegant stock Mouth 8 r. pasture. Price, $15. M. L. Jlourne, Stan AM. the new slinJei tn nll.wml rooil A MA8, Convention la called to meet at ford, Ky. and in oheapor goods, with trlmminga lo LOCAL NOTICES. the Court Ifnuaeoiifhliirday. Mar 6th. to The Lexington Gatette. reports the sale mtlcli, oan be found at J. Hayden's Iluv 1'ainth of I'ennr & MeAIIsler. elect dolegatea to the Htale Convention or 200 cattle at 7 centa for June, July and Kmtimi Tackle) nt Moltniierta A 8lira. Old "Uncle Daniel" Yocmn, lor many which la to nominate a democratic ticket, August delivery. This la the highest sale Niot:tok of iilrlliiiiToiniaat Penny A earn janitor for the of the season, and paya the feeder and office" a remarkable fact that four peraon It i. McA lister's. and numerous other, dud yesterday aged connected with tho Hhanlaatore have died grater a good profit. Htaniiaiiu ready mixed paints at 70 odd. Auctioneer J. M. Higgln report sale Inleaathan a year: two of the partner, Mage'. Kr.w lUniinn Mr. K Klunker, an ac- Capt. J. II. Shank and Mr. (locker and of Mi. Jane Pennington' eflecla a folAm. the color of Piainonil I)e at Mc Ilolscrts A HtatV complished tonaorlal arllit of Islington, two clerk, ltobt. Ilurlon and Will Docker. lows: Horse $25 lo $70; yearling mule $00; '2 year-olmule $120; pair oxen $05; Jtw. Haas Hojr Cholera Cure. Penny has rented the fit. Aaaph ahnp and will A MeAlister sole agent. A heavy anow alorm prevallrd In Col. heifer clye$20; 2 year old aleer $17 60; take charge next week. and Wyoming Saturday, whlchacrounl for cowa from $30 to $C0; hog $0 10 per cwt,; I.ANimrru'ii (larilen Seeds, in bulk mil In New Ixt of framea and plrlure frame the cold anap which struck ua yealerday. corn in crib $2.10 per barrel. at Penny A McAlliler's. WATOltw, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and oarnlce molding', and full line of fur The thermometer fell about thirty decree The Clark County Democrat reports and warranted liy Penny A MeAlister. niture at II. K. WearenV Prlcc-- low. Call ami when we went lo preai tho proapect for .ilea of aevcrat hundred head of 250 pound and ttt for Tniirselre. hog at CJ;C5 yearling wether at 0 cents; trol this morning waa promising. PERSONAL. 100 barrel of corn at $260 and wool at 22 iTglrea ua pleasure to atalo that the M. WrurtKrf, of Klclitnoml, In on a Wi: learn that tho College boya at ltlch-moto 2 centa. The farm of Sam McK'ce , 23.1 report that Miss. Maggie I.Mngoton was flilt lo hi turned thing upside down generally Mim Hannah 1'aiii wm the Ritest of dead, which gained currency here Saturday, on Friday night. Kvcryaign oyer the acre, aold at $132 nnd that G. It. Snyder, la untrue. Hhe ia horryer In a Tery peca- i03acrc,at$110. Missriallie Penny Hilurday. storo door waa changed, ono of tin Pro- Col. Hugh A. Moran'a eight imported M. H. W. Hook Kit, of Bt. Joe, Me., rioua condition fesaor'a how was painted in many color, ShropOiircdown ewes have produced this came In to attend the funeral of hi brother. A vruv heary rain fell Sunday and a mule was looked up in the College Hall, season fourteen ram and two ewe lambs, Mhwm. M.J. 1'aiiiu. and Hamuel and other Irlcka were played ad nauttam, putting llio water course on a aired by imported rams. One ewe haa pro Harding, of Danville, were here on a again. MaJ Itlgney, who waa due to (lilt lioya will be boya. duced icvtn Iambi in three year, though Saturday, ajieak at I.inraater yesterday, had to awlm To which they take pleasure in calling the attention of buyers genLunatic Dr. O. P. Henry and Mr. J thia I not to be compared to one of thia Mil. Katb DunnciiAii ha returned Green Hirer to make It. erally. Wc have W Pulllam arrived hero yesterday with breed reported In an Eogliah paper a frooi the cities with a lieaittifnl atoclc of Ham If AlilUN, recently of thia place, en Mr. DugliTabler, who has been engaged having had nine lamb in two years, five fashionable. Millinery. Jam i 01. OliviNK, Mj, formerly of KiRCtl (o go to work aa a cow loy la Texaa on the K. C. It. II. He haa recently lost at one time nnd four at another. Of these, this county, i iKken of m a candhltto for nt $30 per month, but the boya who aroon hia mind and la now a raving, furious ma- the four were all alive and doing well the Legislature In one of the Louisville a alrike lor an Increase of wagea to $'0 per niac Ife broke out several window nnd Itichmond Register. A flying trip through Indiana, Illinois month, ordered him to ere, which after aasheain thecara nnd being a very larce and district. rrgirding their belliooae appearance for a stout man, he ia almost unmanageable. He and Missouri rcveala an exceedingly poor In Khndamcs, Mil U. K SuiLn, at Spring IllulT Mcrvcilleux, Moire and Gros Grain Silks, Nun's VeilIs n brother of Dr. Tabler, the contractor, prospect for wheal, that I if what waa reen Wli , accompanied by hi daughter, Mr moment he decided to do. ing, Henrietta Cloth, Hunting, Tnmisc Cloth, &c, and, in fact, a and married n Mil Uihh, daughter of Col. nlong the railroad is indlcati ve of the of Chicago, III, U at the )opiiUr M irair. Tlioae who wiih to join a union general crop in those States. There are Bibb, of thia county. Nt. Asaph Hotel cannulting Messrs. Francis choir lor the purpoae of Improving Nice Assortment of Dress Goods generally. the not over perhaps a dozen really good fields ft Miller In regard to locating In our conn aingingof the diderent churchra. MARRIAGES. ate cor while the balance ia thin and weak lookr- dially Invited to attend a meeting of Sickness and nbence haa prevented us ing, nnd in some places the land ia being at the Preabylerlau chnrcli next from extending our heartfelt congratula- plowed up for corn. Yet I notice in an LOCAL HATTErT. Friday evening at acven and a half o'clcck. tions to Mr. Zriio F. Young of tho Madi- - estimate based on what ia termed reliable New style tn fine fur Hal at Itobl. B. Kverybody la cordially Invited and we sonyille 'Jmn In the hour of Ida good for- investigation, that the crop of Illinois is LllleV. truat the project will prove a aucceaa. tune, but it is never too late to do well, ao put down at 4of an average crop and Karlv Cabbage and Tomato Plinta at Hamburg and Swiss Embroidery, India Trimmings, Everlasting Trimwe send them herewith. He was mar- the other Stale nearly as much. Wk join the Lebanon Xtandanl in lis 0. IlrlghtV mings, Tucking, Laces, Ladies' Neckwear, Hosier', Corsets, Fans, the Poal Office authorlllea lo car- ried recently to Mha Jeaaie Turner, who ia Call For Mass Contention. Jtonr. 8. 1.VTLB ha received a Tery fine ry the malla on the accommodation train deecribed aa a very charming and Parasols, &c. WHITE GOODS in endless variety, and a splendid In conformity with an order of the State line of Ladle Shoe. lady of Hickman, Ky. May their which runa from here lo Louisville. It Central Committee, 1 hereby call a mass assortment of LAWNS, GINGHAMS, &c. would be a matter of great convenience lo honeymoon last forever. lr You want the beat eupcr two-pl- wool A neatly printed and unique card an- - meeting of the democrat of Lincoln counthe people nil along the line and be an carpeta go to J, W. IlaydenV e in Stan ty, lo be held at the favor lo thoe of thla eecllon. Ily nounces the marriage of Mr. W. C. Owcna, A large stock of Carpets, Rugs, Oil Cloth, Matting and Wall Paper. Saturday, May 5lh, at 2 r. M, to ford, ltr.MEMnrn weitill ll a goxl N 0. the nreaent running of the maila It takm latcof the Somerset Reporter to Misa Xettie selecton delegates to the State Convention, The handsomest stock of Ladies' and Gents' fine custom-mad- e Shoes 12 pound, for $1. d II. C. Ilrigbt. four day a to get an anawer lo a letter aent Hicks, tho lovely, sweet which meet in IOinsville on the iutu ol W. G. Wixcir, Chm. topointafn the county along the C. 8. K. daughter of Mr. Sim Hicks, of Hotel no May. in the city. Wc also keep a fulL line of Eastern-madHoots and Tile time la moat here for the uircur. ll toriety. The ceremony will be said at the Stanford, Apt. 23. will pitch lu (enti neit 'lhuraday, ture It. which are leaa than elcht milta from Presbyterian Shoes, which wc olTer at low prices. In addition to our large stock Church, Somert, at 0 30 tohere day. The marriagb will surprise many Wr. Ann the only firm at Stanford fili!KI UH.MsK;iKTS. of Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing vc keep a nice line of Cas-Samm op Town Piiophity M ng the iegler llroa.' Show. Shanka A I. lieurnehaa purchaaed Mr. Prof. Cof- of Misa Nettie a friends here, who re mem of Joa simercs, in pants and suit patterns, which wc arc offering at low fig her her na a little girl witli abort dresses; Docker. MAJ. F. 1). lUGXEY, fey the houae and lot adjoining Mr. II. G. but time lliea and with It ahe haa developed A general line of Gents' Furnishing Goods. Thy the "Oil! EJKe'Mloun fir.tptcmium Alford for $1,000 oaah. Mr. W. II. Miller Or Casey, Is a candidate lor SUta Senator, 18th ures. into a young woman of beautiful face and Dlalrtct, suhjeet to the action of the democratic at Cincinnati Kipoaltlon. Sold only hj and wife have bought of Squirt? Porlman figure. We congratulate yeu, William, on rarty. Wc sell the NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, hia half interest in their land lying in the H.Gllright. winning such a little beauty, and wish you lower end ol town and two email tola which is one of the very best machines in use. Parties in need of a Juikik J. M. PuiM.irs haa added the both a long and happy wedded life. about 25 icre In all, for $3 050. Liverpool A Ixindon A Globe Insurance can save money by giving us a call. The entire properly now belong to them DEATHS MILS. KATE DCDDERAIt, machine Co. to hia litt, making him the repiraer And Mr. Miller tell ui that he will have it Lancaster street. Stanford, Ky , Uoc'kek The community waa shocktalire of aeven fint oUm Compaulea. See laid ofl in lota for buildini; purporv4 at ed on Friday morning last hii "ad" and call on him. lo learn of the Hai tin hind and Is dsllr receiving a new and beautiful line ol Millinery Oootlsof ttrrjr descrip1 he Council once. ahould open the rro death nt Mr. William S. Hocker, of the tion, which she will aril at tha lowcjit possible KatY Majuii, a negro woman, either (owl atreel Ihrough it by all meana. patronage, firm of Shanks & Hocker. Feeling badly tuariin, jniotlul lor nasi sbe can pleas ana una tha most continuance, knowing that drunk or cri,creUdoonidcraMe exdi-me- nl the Saturday before, he drove with hia faMtdlout. A shout time ago, we copied an article and Indignation b marching down Mrs. Mnllle Mjrers c an lie found, aa usual, at the wife and family to the home of her father, brad of the Mantua Making Department, ready Ilo the alale of the Christian church a'ter the abaut the capture of Joe Hughes, which tt Mr. Itichard Cobb,nnd on getting there waa aerie those who may call on her. funeral aermon of Judge Ilailey waa over contained the following: "About eleven taken ao ill that he had to be bourne into and attempted to preach one htraelf. Sbe year ago he ahot and killed a negro in Stanford, and waa sent to the penitentiary the house. He grew rapidly worse and It waa rjected and ahould have been jailed. for life, but after serving a year or two waa was soon reen that death must result, reA nin Are acare Saturday ended in a pardoned by Governor McCreary." The alizing which he spoke calmly of it and -amoke. A comfort which had teen thrown truth is, says the Itichmond lleyUtcr and expressed his willingness that his Master's on the roof of the ahed of Mr. Will Craig'a our relrcshed memory agreea with it, that will be done. The disease which ao developed itself waa congestion of houae to nun, took fire and the wind blow, 1 tight waa convicted of manslaughter, ing In the direction of the houae, the upper sent lo the penitentiary for four year, the lungs and at 7 "0 on tho morning of rooma were aoon filled with rmoke, which served two years, and waa pardoned by the the tiOih he breathed hia last after bidding nml made it difficult to locate the fire. The Governor after several urircnt appeals hia family an aflectionale farewell. Mr. alarm brought out an Immente crowd, who from his friends, the petition for his re- - lloiker waa In the 39th year and waa (he auccccded in putting out the flamea with leaje having been signed by every member eldest of the sons of (he late It. W. Hockout much drmage to the prorty. of the Jury which tiled him, by the Or. er, Ki He waa a conscientious and ! christian gentleman, known for hia Somk time aso our scribe cult Judge who sat in the care, by the kindness of heart and other admirable Judge Fountain Fox, by the then hinted that a young man of that cily lint $5,212,737 81 trails of character. About ten yeara ao, American Assets, lied lo Ohio and married a beautiful young member of Congreai, Hon, M.J. Durham, he waa married to Miss Mollie Cobb, whom Losses paid in 31 years mulatto girl, also of Danville. The rela- and by two hundred of the best citlxena of he leaves with AND AT 831,000,000.00 in U. S. exceed children to mourn the tives of the man, who are among the best Lincoln county. loss that in irreparable, for he waa a most Solid, Prompt and Honorable. 1'ays or thia eeclion, denied the atory, but a secStoi.k ma uuoTit eh'b Hoiut TheToiu alTectionate husband and tlollnc father, losses without CO days' discount. ond chapter In the case appeal in the Smith, of whom several mentions have (iod help and give them consolation in of Sunday, which tella how been made In thia paer, waa their sad allliclion Mr. Hocker had but Does the Leading Amorican Business. Kvana Warren was sclted on the by Friday, parties having arilved from Franic- - lately moved to Stanford. He had beco a I'oltclca written by a mulatto girl, lying In wait, who lin county and identified bulh him and tho farmer up till last year when he sold out that she waa hia wife and that ahe horto which he had sold for $30 It turns and became JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent. managing director of the Lauintends that he shall live with her, notwith- out that the horse waa stolen from hia rel Coal Company. After the death of BIX OTIIEIt r ep COMPANIES standing the cITorta of hia relatives to part brother and that the re.il name of the thief rcacntcd at the tamo agency. lutes reasonable. Cspt. J. 11. Shanks he bought his Interest in- them. Warren, it ia said, made no reaitt. la W. T. Mitchell. When hia brother, Mr. In the store of J. II. ft S. H. Shanks, and Desires to call atlentlou to the Large and Comprcheiislre Block of a nee, but disappeared with the woman in Fleasint Mitchell, discovered who he was the firmja again dissolved by death in a ATTENTION, the darkness. tiroccrit'H, CoiilecllauerleH, Tobacco, CiKiirn, he tried tn get the officer not to arreat him Utile over three months. The funeral serWhich ha keep always on band, Makes specialty ol Handling Uoods at Wholesale on Small Profits. Woman Drowsed. Mr. Sam'l Ward, but without avail. He appears to be an vice was preached by Eld. W. L Williams Pound Made Easy I Goods dellrered within town limits free of charge. at of Creaham'a Hotel, on Itockcaatle Kiver, honest respectable farmer and waa intense- at the Christian church here and on Sunii r tiik ly mortified to find hi brother a thief An day afternoon in Laurel county, tella u that on Friday the remains were laid to New American Washing Machine the body of an unkr.own white girl of examining trial waaliad and Mitchell waa reat in DuQalo Cemetery, For ttle by JA.UKS k. vninr, about 10, waa found floating in the river hound over to theCircuit Court. He waa 110 t lluena VI its, Oarrard Counly, Ky. 7 RELIGIOUS. unable to give bill and ia now tn jail. Since near the ferry. She ia described aa jniaseta F.ld.W. L, Williams has just closet! a ing a very handsome face and figure, which Ilia Incarceration Jailer Newland haa been it ia aupposed led some fiends In human making inquiries by lelegraphabout Mitch- meeting at Xelionvillr, in Nelson county, foim to ravish and then murder her. Her ell and finds outtbat he ia wanted In Shelby with ono addition to the church. titrated or stolen frotu tbe mldeoce of tha uo- Hev. J. M llruce will preach at the dsrstftned nu tha lltb day of April, a large ItbU neck was broken and other algna about her county, for an attempt at rape Gov. Illack-bur- n despatched yesterday that a reward Raptist church here uext Sunday at 11 A bKTriCll HITCH. The aUiTe reward will ba paid peraon showed that violence had been used toanr ono returning her or lor such luloruiatlon uvi:aS4f) upoa her. With the exception of a chemise, of $150 would be paid lor hi conviction M., and at McKlnney at three and a half as will lead to her recorrry. s. Ml. JlDll.miHr.i r. M. 140 Laucasler, Ky. a pat t of a calico body and atockings, the on tho above charge The l'reabylerian Theological Semlu-ar- y bodv wai undo. It had evidently been in Tjie KUNEiut. services of Judge d tn Chicago ia to wealthy that its trusAMEIUOAN the water some time, for aa soon aa it waa U Ilailey, which took place Saturday, tee have decided to ercci sixty clegaut removed it began to turn black and was in were attended by such a concourse of 3 tenement houses. a ahort time ao It could not have been friends from thh, lljyln and Warrant counhev I S. McElioy will preach at had any of her frienda been pres- ties, as showed how greatly he was loved KontuoUy. next Sunday at 11 A. M , and at ent. Bee Mt. Vernon department for late and resected in the let lion, wheie all ol McKlnney at 3 r, m., aays II ro Ilojle Upon solicitation I ban accepted the ajtocr for particulars. in ornamentation, is e hia years were apent Forty Held by telephone. Llurulu and Uarrard couutlea ol thia most praiseworthy aud nctfKtlr relish e Institution, the unequalled. Voxn Mr. A. Q Moltobert, a lormer years ago, he was the mot iopular man in object of Ihs A M. A (society being ''to proild There will ba a special meeting at the widows, aid to -Lincoln county man, writes from Vermil- the diatrict und though by no meana an Haptlsl church Saturdsy evening at three nuauclal aulga-o- f thallsdtcessedorphsos, belrs. legaOP tee aud utiubsis." ! rethe honors of place were heslUI to luambanbln It will lion county, Ind , that the foxoa have beo'clock to consider extensive repairs to the alfurd lua pleasure tosecur full lulonuallou to thoao git come eo numerous and trHublesome there peatedly thrust upon him. The race be- church All the membirs are urged to be desiring It and circulars showing tha object U lbs hotlcty, names of the office n, Ac that the peoplo have resorted lo a new tween him and MJ. Abner Daniel In 1840 present. r.f ngr. f. Mt. nut SiBttoturd, Ky. for the Senate waa one of llie moat remark119 All the railroad centreing in Lexingmethod of cxterminitlng them; houud Many ton have agreed to otrrv delegates to the guna and platoli having (ailed to do ao On able In the history of the district U. VI. Hutusrr ll U liuacsTr. As'cmbly which will certain days, of which notice Ii given by of our older citizen rvmcmbir it white in a l'resbyleiisii Umit-ra- l book entitled "Orauny Short's ilirbccue," uieet tbfete May 17ih, at one printed poster, a great many of the fare for the s meet and form a hollow square two or the lato Hon. It M. llradley, has preserved round tiln. three miles in width, when they march lo its recollections for the benefit of later Now owuand ars ruunlcg LAND, STOCK ANOCROP. As a cuuversalioiwtlitl, Judge an oen space, so small that the men stand MhJ 8 M Hibler, the noted slock THE OLD FLOYD MILL I two or three deep. This (father the ani- Ilailey was, before he became deaf, a'mosl a-9S mal In a small area and they beidn lo run entertaining one ant, even sllerwarda hia auctioneer of Lexington, Is dead, aged 77. On Via Ulvrr, H utile from Daotllls sud 3)6 I have a good, gentle milk cow and a uiiia irow iirrauuTiiiv. suer oars put iwoioe from side to aide till broken down or fright- fund of humor and atoek of reminiscence yearling tteer for sale. It. E Iltrrow, Mill Farmer and I'lowiutu, lltui OUner Cbulcd Mtlai will not eorrode; th heatlcet rust will reuiora ened to death they drop in their tracks No always made hia talk peculiarly interestALL THE LATE IMPRuVEMENTS lo a few lulaulca. 1 be (Hirer la a Canter Draft riow, having aloplpg laudslds, which doe away with Stanford. dog or fire arms aro allowed In tho drive. ing Full of years and of (he honor atdog law In Indians, while it is Fvr uisktug Iha best Psttut Flour, but ars making lbs pressure found lu straight laudsUs I'lows. The Ollrcr haa bundreds (if luilUUirs, no rtu(actu-it- r and upright life, he nothing but lbs Pure Htralaht Flour, which has Orer a thousand men participated in the taching to a will luilut an luftirltr 1'low Tbs Ollrsr baa a record unparalleled In tb history of i'hv. Your leaves the sphere of existence, better for hard on pup, pays for the aheep killed, all thaalcMeuteof lbs wheal lu It auj gruuudouly nelgbbora will U!l you la IIUY TllrJ OL1VEH, sud Uks uo other taat urive aim ma sport la Uiacrjueit oa ex- his sojourn lu it, and cot to Ills denial aud pile $100,000 per year into tho nchool vj water tnty uisas tueir rjounruiu d whea- t- no tletatora. Try tbalr Flour, ceedingly exciting, reward iu the life to come. fund. for sal at the groceries la buufjrd, itKMl) 1'YnninA OrUNora at II. C. IlrlghtV L DAVE YANDELL pn -- EDMISTON & OWSLEY rr ill I maretai rrnm rlkaat nrtrfi tj iM mtiainl nr -- rwrmlf tfl In r on Ifce spfmeeil 4 mil Kil a Court-lloiis- o DRY GOODS! llr"tMe!ry,.lr T l IllthrWl(InMtl ,I.M by Waxy l)it iin.M'a dam Is a MmMitl l.y mare from Voodrrd rornity snd at nitknwn pedlars now hnl I wl'l I. ah to l In a Isll will trtreanoM the 90th or Mty, lahandal men, moon hit wun neaiy mna aii lay ani will mugwnrn niiif naTipri a nuMtninteni none JlrM lr Telegram, ha hj I raak Wotfonlj h by Tehfrarh. (who waa a l.rotdfr M Fllnn Allen tADret an iiftinckhrMMl.hler.i ne hr 1 Ills llawa, ofKrMerrnit, VI, hahy Wmmsn ami h by thanrlilna .. Hln Morgan. 1lagram's dim $10 to Insure a Colt. nrarmprinv aNtinrntrini'r iu.. v... lak lints III 'in It, If. Wt at mow, fttsnferd, Ky. Fancy Boy 23tW Will mska Ihe present season sl my stable, on Ihet old iMTnIlk plks, I miles from t ft II). Description Faney flay Is ol.l tliUCprlng. d pir, a CLOTHING, BOOTS, Trunks lltllM'ST hT 7 high, sired hy Iirm's Fsner rioysthl he by the CVlMilA honif. and tit trnr en hlmsell to lo a good breeder. I will al aland Unhands e.r a 1 . Shoes, Hats, TWO ltotnurea OOI.I'AIvN. r, & Valises, ram-da- nF.F.CIinn,SyesraoldAiigiiUn, IMS 1IK handa high, half brother lo Prince. Will scryo mares at colt lour months old. JIM l'OIt- , u.i nun nsnas anil win jick, seres mires at $Hr7 Ininre ah;. four months oM. to colt All mare trad.d before the fact I ascertained lor- tells the seiKin. Tho progeny of sll tho aliore stock will be rcsponslhls lor the aeasnn. liool-nes- PHIL SHERIDAN ! This fine Norman Slil-llo- n will nnko the present reason ate) II. Ilaughnian'a stable, 1 m Ho rrom ht.ii-fun- l, '' wH.iiiinni.K. A Handsome Stock of Dress Goods ?$d' season sl $15 to Insure a Colt. ABDALLAH MESSENGER! This Cotol.lne.1 Stallion will niaVn Iha t,r.ni at J. fc,. naughniari'a stsl le. l'i inllr. HtillonTllle, at r.. $13.50 TO INSWnK A COIT. Ataarueplace, will also Hand -5 TWO GOOD JACKS, On at 110 and the other accom-phaht- d '"'' at t lo Insure a tolt. Il.llIUIinAN IIKIIS. y OH Fimi21 M jP Court-Hous- au-g- rlxteen-ycar-ol- m e & iaC3?THREE jfy? w n This saddle horsa will itund the prra ent seaaon at my liable t H lO. On Time wsa ilrrd by stonewall Jackson; Jam Keltchauar; graudjin br Frank. JACKS! At same place, I mill stand three Jscka. light-runnin- g MILLINERY! 8H. Colts all Insured lo weaulng lime. Unhr msre la If a traded or removed ltelure foallna: time, tbe Insurance, is foifettd and sensuu must t prciuiitlr settled. When .udltlent I will keep mares a lew weeks at 81 .10 and Jennets nt 11 pcrmontl lo be pill when stock la taken out. The colts hell bound for the season, but mi customers, Willi rrry few exception., pay me promptly without tho b. Prompt personil mention win iw at TAen6Pfln"ll,PJck'w"I,lrre'I"aatSt;; 0fjra lack colt and JI0 for a P FL I3NTCE5! nJ Jennet, 'f"rS."'"fc ' "" rmili eif.l to-- WALL PAPER! TRIMMED AND HEADY TO PUT ON, A.T Booksellers, alrento theaccommojatlonaid Interest ofuir pi. Irons, but not llsbls tor accltlenls April 8, 1883. I.i:VI llUIIIIl.t, ABDALLAH GLENCOE ! m i L MyComhlncd SUIHoc.wlll atand the present aeason at my stab!e,;mllea Southwest of llustumltlo on ti e llutloiulllo road at and Llb'rty rap-Idl- 1 i LDI &M-ji.- w N M'EOBERTS & STAGG'S Druggists Opera House Block, Siotoiasuui: A COI1, GLOBE Stanford, Ky. Insurance Company Grocerios, Provisions &c5 WHOLESALE RETAIL. to Miner due wlun the colt is foaled. Trsdlng t lis msre forfeits the insurance and inaaca the its son due. Uen retained on tbs colt 1111 season ia paid Alidallah Oleucoels a lteautllul brown, otfine bone and muscle and ll a natural saddle horse; lis In 2.tS 3i with trotted on a only two months' handling. He has produced some of the finest horses In the hlste and a larger per cent of extra walkers than any horio f kr.ow; was sired by Jo. Kliuit, lie by Alcxander'a Addal lah, he by llambl. Ionian; Jo. blni'i's dam by Mambrlno Messencer, he by Marahrluo farmss-le- r; Jo. Abdallsh'a 111 dicu by IVIIlle I; be by K.'re'gner; ho by Imp. tilonco; 2d dsui out of a tboroughUed.kiiowii ss the Itouble-hea- d snd I mare; Willie IVa 1st tlain Mlarllghl, br Cheruker; bis dam bv Imp. tllenco, bt.rl'ghl's 1st dam by Woodpecker. My Fine McElroy pro-teat- EH. Jack C. BRIGHT,. FIRST-CLAS- 3 STANFORD, St. Asaph ISIock, - - - XY.9 Will staod at tne same place on the same ttr a. lie Is about IS1, hands nigh and has pretren himself to be a firillais breeder. I refer you to the following gentlemen as tithe breeding ot tho abte stock J J. Hrje. J K. Riugbiusn, Wui Dvld, L. V rihsrp, J. 1'. ltltf-- , lIustonTlllr; K. 11. fcurnside, Msoiord, Ky. 1 can luriilsh pasturse at reasonable rates. 13J-1- i N. l'OM KM., lluitonsllle. LADIES! Ac, ibdallah Mossencor! Last-Was- hing $25 Reward! Mutual Aid Society or your special attention to the I desire to call lied bar stallion; It hands, loaled 1871, bred by Chss. Dunn, Manford, Ky sired by Messenger Chief, sire of Maud Messenger, record, record, Harrel, Abel Abdal-la- h, 2.25: 2 20 J WBE'stT?TPl5s5fraB Win-fre- lalteM3l lSis1VJIiP Wa 3LIlSrC3e. e four-scor- m !feIfell iirjwfr. which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste llus, Irlal, trial, lUna C . 2 20 aslt at 3 years old. Malile ltil.. gsll at yeara old, Msggle btswarl, 2'Mgalt at Syrarauld. and other promising ones. IsidamBii-sleb- y nenlluel, 2 2iit, and the sire of Vou Arulm, 2.UU, Anuella.2 2SV, T A, 2 ill, Youi r tenll- uel, i X3. Vlrsndlere, 2 26',. Mlgooii, TJ)i; Ca- I poul,2'2S,tlrandfecullnel t N ecniluclla lull brother tu oluuleer. tbe sire cist Julleo. t.ll'A: illoster, 2,17, Alley, fVJ, lludliie. J.IKi.: Uilter. 2.1'JHj Uimter, 2 W,; Amr. 2 Mil., and a score more lu t he 2.30 class Sddsm Kilty litters, the dam of llertlelllrl, record. 3 UOj record. 2.37. aud tha granditu ot ilaud record, 2 36., by Alexsnder's Abdallsh thsslrsUllolJimlibMald, Mh Aliuottt, Abdsllah Wot. ic, Ac. sMdsiu by lUtl Jacket, (sire of lb dsm of Kentucky Wilkes, 2:21, and lite grsudaut tt3, .; 2i, Naour-Ihout- office-seeke- TiaCE! t3c! i:e:i,: m cill-ten- L. W. Eurdott & Co. record, J:2I,) by lomtt, by bher-ma- n Morgan, the sir of Vermvnl llvuk Hawk the sire of Kibau Allen sud uisur olbtr matters. Hed er tw lUtk Jsckrt'sdsm waa sired by a Hawk. 4thdsui an extta ruad msrs brotsght from Iba North by W. U Vance, of alsrrertasui ly, and ssld tuteof Mesxager bleod eeuiluetauJ Abdallsh are both by ltradyk's lldublo- loulan, ibegraodtlnoralaiMl o.. XIIH, and the slreof Usxler. Irl7.. Nettle, 2 Is, Oral Ulri. .HI others l:2ii, (iasalte 2 21, Jsy dould, 2 M.weu Chief ' "'l bviu wlih m.i d ff wssela-lb- i AhJalish I' M. l.rol l"MSld, Itiu 2. si tied Jiw. s ysr-ul- d isu U II Ti.-- . as, sirs ol .1 iv lieu nt slie Miiil'a IIi.xhi'S t , by MsMii..l'. tldsiuby bl is wlwkl, .. Iblef, . lr Wswdswd MawbrtKO, riufcu J Mauibrluu I'slcheu sud etlssr. Kl duu by lluhtar, Ar AbdjUlall lusp H.rMiiiir wlilm.ksi )! aeuon of laaa at Chss. tut ml, vu lliMls llrsucli IHttin's, .itj wlu.i.. I mi e iits.ii i iti4 d A a caster plka aud 4ks, at 120 to llussi tss . .. r- - . Iktuilll InauioaMsro Id l'oal aluuey du m hx.ii son, illi sd tj ti'd li stenar, ill: .ni.w ft.l l(, ilk, aslbafsei IsawarUlutxl. Marts that baublle resisrdsof XJSOur Isller, ersuih aa have psssjuced irotlers wlthrecorJsoti.aOur bsllsr, way bu bred freevlibara. Addrsss well-spe- 'The pursiouu-try-saie- W. H. HICrQIlUS. Maulotd, MiKwIn Co , Ky. MtilkkUXK t'aist K. Ij Messenger Chief, dsul by A batde, (sirs of lly Us, 2 U l.ulgut. kit; Kaucr liar. 2 30. Ac. I will make tbe seaaunot ltaa at 1'ouut Vox', Bryautsillle, Ky , at f 13 to lu.uie W. U. I). a uar In fual, WILLI BO DUNN, V .i i.tri: rniriciiM, rAhtisa TAnn. Tlio following mnsle.il oritl.im from Astrouoaicrs divido meteors into gov. I nm nskod from Boston whether cral classes aerial meteors, as winds, on nrot(lll)jop.ris full i,f Rtr..na President Lincoln over tendered tho tornadoes, etc; aqueous meteors, m coMtcniporoucom human inter . Chief Justiceship of tho United States fogs, rain, snow, hail, etc.; luminous "lb. Ki l'ojrg cone, rt, os in ,1(1 havo en Mlitloipsted, was largely ii'tcnded. TnesdayMoralag, April 24,1883 to Charles Sumner, and I answer, no I meteors, or thoso duo to tho action ol Chief Justice Taney died iu October, elements in tho air, as rainbows, lmlos, tliiubd'ar frrcrn-iin- t wns lather rough 1801, and Mr. Sumner immediately parhelia, mirages, etc; electrical i i the hoodliinn, but tlu) audimco man-iacnwATRA'a kb Attar. d to exist without the customary No mora itittro.tlng tola o( Arctic ox urged tho Prealdeut to oppoint as his as lightnings, auroras, etc,; and The divine Louise wtis as jilorntlon lmi lon written tlmn tlio A- successor Mr, Chase, who had resigned igneous meteors, as shooting or falling ccount ' ol Lieut. Helmatka's aloilging tho Secretaryship of tho Treasury somo stars, rfsotmtit os tistt.il, wl.Mi, by the wuy, bolides or imitr in oenrch of tlio records of tlio thrco months before. Thcro was then aerolites or meteorites, eta In present ho flight to bo, U'liig Franklin expedition, nuj described in a much dissatisfaction with Lincoln's ad usage, says Prof, Now ton, tho term mo-te- The editor of this jujer mnkes no greiit , moat grniiliio manner by Sir. OiMer, the ministration, and the friends of Mr. is generally limited to tho lost prilcnsioiii in the wny of musical but when n genuine 030 grand second in command, Tlio iraiwrlunt Chase were openly and secretly urging group, or to tho Igneous meteors. The featuro of this cxedition lici in the fact his nomination. meteoritoa are all evidently fragments, spiral ubsotid tUt, biek Action, self When Mr. Hnuincr came to Washingnot separate formations. Thoy arc, says adjusting, chroncinrtrr-balanceithat tho Are members competing it were fourth-proof- , loft for two j ears in tho Arctic region ton ho renewed his request that Mr. tho samo authority, iu tho heavens, to rip snorting connithont any depot from which to draw Chaso lo npointcd, and had several in- somo extent at least, grouped in streams glomeration comes to town ho promises gnpplirs, oiul wcro thcrcforo compelled terviews with Mr. Lincoln on tho sub nlong tho orbits of known comets, and to hump himself. Kellogg's diaphragm to liro liko tho natives of tho frozen land ject Ono day Mr. Lincoln suggested henco havo a common origin with them. has evidently nut, like wine, improved and adopt Uicir manners and customs, that ho send for Mr. Chasj and frankly Tho continuity of theso streams, tho with old oge. Her upper register Is or their lives would ppeediljr have paid toll him ho wanted to nominate him as doublo and multiple character of Bitb's near tho Kkjlight, while the tho forfeit of their daring ventures. Chief Justice, and that ho (Chose) nnd other comets, nnd tho steady dim lower regisler is closinl for repairs. Tho During eighteen months tho party of would mako tho greatest nnd best C!iicf inution of comeU in brilliancy at suc- aforesaid Kellogg put formed her grand four whito men nnd ono "Eskimo" per Justico tho country had ever hod, if ho cessive returns, seems to arguo n con triplu net of Mugiug, rolling tho ovis formed n sledge jonrnov of 3,250 miles, would only givo up tho idea of being tinuous breaking up of tho comet Into and talking to some ono in tho wings nt during which their courage, cnorgy, ciectcti rrcsment. mt. Htimnor replied fragments by somo cause, probably by tho same timr. Her smiles at the audi and )crsovcranco wcro severely that Mich a statement, however frank it tho sun's heat. This view is strength-enc- d ence woro culm, but iieturmiued, but tested. In its main purposo tho cxpcJi-tio- u might be, would never answer, as it by tho fact that tho mcteorio irons her ami.es nt tho "feller" hid behind was a failure. It did not find tho would not only cxposo him (Mr. Lin and stones bring with them carbonic tho scenes wcro divine Her singing, Franklin records, but it did ascertain coln) to criticisms as wanting to pur acid, which is known to form so promi- when alio condescended to pay any atdefinitely that thoy had been destroyed, chaso an opionent, but it would lie of- nent a part of tho comet's tail. It is tention to the audience, to our critical found tho remains of many of Franklin's fensive to Mr. Chase, as an attempt to now nniversally admitted that igneous car (tho otlur car being carefully folded crow, and brojght homo for burial tho extort from him a pledgo that ho would meteors are caused by small bodies which np), Becmed to lo n blcudiug of the bones of Lieut. Irving, an ofllcor of tho never bo a candidate for tho Presidency. havo been traveling about tho sun in fortissimo crescendo dam tl no or caro Terror. In geographical results tho ex Mr. Lincoln, who was quick-wittesaw their orbits, but now como into tho either. Her costumo was a harmonious pedition accomplished all that was to tho force of Mr. Sumner's argument, earth's otmosphcro, and, in general, blending of tho circus-ten- t and balloon havo been expected of it. and pleasantly said: "Well, tako this burn up. Tho stony meteorites havo in style, and was very gorgeous, barring a During their journey Mr. Oil dcr says card and write on it tho namo of tho general tho shape of brokon fragments tendency to spill some of the contents "Wo ato quantities Of reindeer tallow man you desire to havo apioiuted." Mr. of stone. Tho ouUido is usually covered out at the top. Tho Italian part of tho with our meat, probably about half our Sumner wrote "Salmon P. Chaw," and with a thin, black crust, wliich is evi- business was as fidgety and furious as daily food. Breakfast is cateu raw and Salmon P. Chaso wai pronintlr nomi dently duo to n molting of tho surface in usiul, und demonstrated what curly asand frozen, but wo generally havo n warm nated on the Cth of December, 16&ft. the atmosphere Thcro havo been found sociations with the hand-o:ga- u meal in tho evening. Fuel is hard to Sumner urged tho immediate conllrrua-tio- n at various times and places oosa iron monkey will accomplish. The veuera-bl- o and otu'bo freak of uattiro, lliignoli, obtain, and consists entirely of aine-lik- o of tho appointment, and, having masses that oro assumed to bo of metemoss, llcindeer tallow is also used carried it from tho Senato Chamber. oric origin, became their peculiar form, was as graceful as usual. His appear for light. Enting guch quan- hastened to congratulate the new Chief their peculiar composition, and their ance very neatly resembles u stovo iu a tities of tallow is n great lcncflt in this Justice, As ho came out of tho room peculiar crystalhno structure aro liko comer grocery, or a water tank on a Ho was no railroad. climate, and wo can easily sco tho effect in which ho conveyed tho netw, ho met thoso of tho iron masses that havo been narrow-g.uig- o fully appreciated until ho turned to go of it in tho comfort with which wo meet Mrs. Kate Sprague, who shook her in seen in soveral instances to como down tho cold. January proved dex finger at him and said : "And you, from meteors. Shooting stars aro seen off the stage, no then appeared to his tho coldest month of our cxcrienco, too, Mr. Sumner? Are you in this on any clear, moonlight night; thoy best advantage, aud to take an interest with tho mean thermometer of 53.2 business of shelving papa ? But novor leave behind, many of them, a bright ill gottmg out of sight as soon as iossi- dcg., lowest 71 deg., ard tho highest mind. I will defeat you all I" Mr cloud of phosphorescent light ; tho me blo, an effuit in which ho had the hearty 23 deg. Fahrenheit. Our meat Sumner used to relato this incident as teors and their trains havo various sympathy of tho audience." had to be eaten cold that is, frozen so showing how ho had been rewarded for colors white, green, blue, yellow, scarAS EXTKAOUUIXART MAX. solid that it had to bo sawed, and then what ho regarded as ono of the most let, etc.; tho duration of tho Might is Mr. Fowcctt, tho Postmaster Genera broken into convenient-sizelumps, praiseworthy acta of his life. Beside generally less than a second of timo, but which, when first put into tho mouth, Mr. Lincoln was not tho only candidate tho brighter ones may last several of Great Britain, is a most extraordinary man. He was mado totally blind when The country for tho Presidential chair who would seconds; tho meloorites contain no nero liko stones. a young innu by tho bursting of a gun. began toswarm with wolves now. Equeo-Ei- k loso a rival by tho appointment of Judge so faros wo know, which havo killed tto by the most infernal traps Chase. Mr. Sumner had strung aspira not been found ou tho earth, but theso Dnt in spito of that, ho is ono of the best over devised. Ho set two keenly sharp- tions in that direction, but I don't think clemenU are compounded differently informed man of tho day ; a profound in tho ice, and cov- that ho regarded tho bench of the Su from terrestrial minerals ; tometimes mathematician, and widely read in literened knivo-bladhistory. Ho can handle a rod ered them with blood, which tho wolves premo Court as a stepping-stone- , toward they reach the eat Mi, aud again aro con- ature and aud lly with wonderful success. In tho licked, at tlio same timo slicing their tho White House. Ilad tho Senate sumed in their course. House of Commons ho is greatly re tongues, tho cold keeping them from fonud Mr. Johnson guilty on tho im OAItFIELB AH ATT OKATOtt. spected by all parties. An attendant feeling the wounds nt tho time, and peachment charges and had Ben Wade Gen. Garfield was tho most effective, guides him to tho door, and thcro ready their own warm blood tempting them to thns become President, Mr. Sumner continue until their tongues wero so would havo been his Secretary of State, stump and platform orator of his party. hands are always to bo found to direct scarified that death was inevitable. Ho and I am not suro that this did not in- - Bio went directly to tho reason of his tho sightless Minister to his place. Whon also prepared some pills by rolling up ilueuco Mr. lessendcu in his vote of hearers. There was never any sophistry ho is addressed ho turns his head, as long strips of whalebone, bound with "Not Guilty." Ilad Gen. Grant offered in his speeches, or any appeal to preju- though he could sco the person to whom sinew and hidden in meat, which, freez- Mr. Sumner the same position it would dice, or any trick of suppression or half, his reply is directed. Tho most remark' statement. Bio approached his audi, ablo featuro about his speech is his ing, would hold together until it had havo been accepted, with tho underpassed into the animal's intestines, when, standing that ho was to manage the for- enccs neither in a way of mock deference wonderful commaud of facts and figures, nor of superiority, but as if ho wcro one, which, thanks to his acnto memory, ho tho meat haing thawed and tho sinow eign polioy nntrammcled. Hen Pcrtey of them, como to talk with them on masters with marvelous rapidity and digested, tho whalebone would open out Punre. In Hotton Journal. terms of intellectual equality, and de no is greatly aided by his and produce an agonizing deatlu" TltO 3IILLIOXS LOST. sirous only of convincing their minds by wife, whoso attainments aro almost equal Mr. Gilder thus sums up tho results system was a perfectly-fai-r presentation of facts and to his own. Sinco ho was mado Post Tlio postal money-orde- r of tho expedition: "We had traveled Ho had a strong, master General he ban introduced many (in one year) 2,810 geographical, or established seventeen j ears ago by an arguments. voice, pitched in tho middle reforms, improved tho postago stamps, 3,251 btatuto miles, most of which was act of Congress, and iU devisers claimed that it was tho cheapest, rafest uni? key, a dignified, manly presence, and an uitioduccd a new system of money orders entirely over unexplored territory. Our slcdgo journey stands con- speediest method of transmitting money nbundanco of the quality which, for or checks for small sums, and a plan by However, tho weak wont of a better term, wo call personal nliiL'htho postofflco receives stamps as spicuous as tho only one ever mode aver invented. through tho entire course of ou Arctic point in tho system is illustrated by tho magnetism. His manner in his speeches deposits in savings banks, in order to winter, and ono regarded by tho natives largo amount of money depositei iu tho was first engaging by reason of its frank- carrj out his favorite idea in offering the as exceptionally cold. Tile postofllccs all over the Union, and, ness nnd moderation, and afterward im poor every possible facility for practicing party hucccstfully withstood tho lowest through ono blunder or another, never pressivo byiU earnestness and vigor. thrift ! mHrnture ever experienced by white paid to tho persons who ought to have At tho climax of a speech ho gathered a .vkft nxoir 1'j.on: it is the first received it. The totol)Ieo in Now York up all tho forces of statement and logio uirn iu tho Held, A Kansas City inventor has patented iu w liich tho n liito men voluntar.ly lived is tho general headquarters of tho sys ho hod been marshaling, and hurled a snow pl6w which promises to tako tho upon tho samn faro as their tem, and thero is now unclaimed at tho them upon his listeners with tremendous placo of tho cumlc!somo scoops which disposal of this ollico $1,825,497.10. force. His eyes dilated, his form becmed Esquimauq assistants. The aro attached to locomotives running on was the llfst to make a summer Which 1s tho result of seventeen years' to oxpand, his voico took on a sort of Northern railroads during tho winter. - oxplosivo quality, his language gained oertho route of tho lost crctu lccnmnlation. All of tho money tinIt is an arrangement of steam pipes of the Eii'lms nnd Terror, and, while m claimed in the postofllces all through tho height of simplo and massive elo- which can bo heated nt tho will of the I tho country is sent to tho New York quence, and his gestures became bo endoing, buried tho remains of eery mem engineer, melting tho snow as tho enpostomoe. ergetic and forciblo that ho teemed, at gine slowly advances. Tho form of tho bur of that fated party above ground, This accumulation of ueaily 32,000,-00- 0 times, to be beating down opposition TIIK OICAVK OF KX.VltKHIUKST 31AU- ordinary snow plow U preserved so that is largclytduo to tho miscartiago in with r blows, throwing his tho snow in shallow cuU can bo thrown ri. r.i.v uviiKN, Several journals have published state- lending orders, or to their Joss by tho arguments forword liko solid shot from aside, as by tho plow now in uso : but ments in regard to the grave of Martin sender or payee. Many of tho lost or n cannon. K. V. Smalley, in the Ctort- - when deep drifts aro oncountcred tho Van Bui eu which leavo the impression miscarried ordera might havo been paid steam can bo turned ou tho pipes and IX A OBXTKKL M.ISXEIU that the Kindcrhook cemetery, wherein if tho pa) co or remitter had applied to tho road cleared in far less timo than it the remains are debited, is uncared his Postmaster for a duplicate order. The elderly couple wero sitting by the can bo dono with shovels. Another Perhaps it has been through ignorance, tihlo reading by tho drop-lighfor. Thii is a mistake, Tho granito tlio advantage in tho new invention is that of which just served to bring out it will not leave additional embankment shaft which rises above tho remains of lerhaps through carelessness, that this has not been done, but usually tho re- the silver sheen that hud tho gathered on to catch a still greater depth of snow in is imposing iu appearance. It is true the burial lot is hemmed mitter appears to suppose that tho thoir heads with the passing years. succeeding storms. iu ou account of iu situation in the old i.iyco has leccivcd his mouoy, nnd, on Dropping her oyo glasses for a moment, 11KK CVLTVU1U poition of tho cemetery, but iU sur- tho ether hand, the payco thinks it has iho said bomewhat suddenly: "You It Is but a few years sinco anything roundings nro all pleasing. Within a not been sent. Tho surplus fund is in' ire quite euro that Goorgo will liko his liko systematic bee culture has been atsituation, aro you not?" few feet, ou tho north side, It the Bain sreasing all tho while. " Ought to liko family vault, erected at a cost of $18,-00Absolutely nothing tempted iu tho United States, Jbut tho JtZJDtXJSSS OF JOUUXAL1STS. to do, and quite a good salary uttached' business has now become nn important aud on the west tho elegant monuThe journalist what writes " leaders" responded industry, moro than 85,000,000 pounds the old gentleman. ment of Peter 0. Van Sehaack, w has for a duily paper is precisely in tho posi " Oh, tliot's so nice. Georgo always of honoy being annually produced nud given n hnndsomo sum j early for keep, us roguida jwiiticol nows, of tho lug tho cemetery in order. On tho wroth tion, lid nothing in such a genteel manner, sold, Tho trado is principally carried doctor with respect to disease, or tho I'm suro he'll succeed." And alio on by largo capitalists, who often havo and east are Snyder, Bain, Burt, Beck-niasolicitor with respect to proetico; he locked In her chair tut she from 2,500 to 5,000 swarms of bees. In and Laiug incisures, with Iron knows a little moro than tho porsou who '.bought of tho good resulU of her ten. California tho bees aro farmed out, that railing and hedges of evergreen, which consults him. Ho may not havo half of ler bringing up of tho youth. JVctt is, apiarie3 of 100 swarms or so aro prompt an nttructivo view. IfmUon tho ability of his patient or his client, Ifu een I! placed in tho grottuds of farmers, generri tiiir. I'rilUitr, but ho knows somethlug, much or little, ally from thrco to four miles apart. Tho A Boston artist discovered an ancient, VOVMItX VOXI'I.AIXT. which the other wants to know. An im vluo-clastono mill in farmers receivo a fixed rent or a share of In u copy of tho spectator, publslied portant telegram received at night in the September, 1712, wotlnd tho following ofllco of it morning paper really falls into Maine, and sot down to sketch it, much tho honey for their compensation, as may bo agreed upon. Ou an average, one lolution of a domes tin problem : tho hands of it kind of corjioration. Some to his own delight, as well as that of tho " Many rj tho epistles I every day re- ouo momber of the stuff probably knows owner. When night fell ho had his aero of ground its estimated to support tw euty-fivswarms of beca, and tho yield ceive from husbands who complain ol tho qutfbtiou fairly well, has watched the sketch half done, and tho next morning of a swarm is generally about fifty ho returned to finish it. Meanwhile, tho pride, but, above nil, in events leading up to tho oveut recorded their w ives. I cannot tell how it is, but in tho telcgium for yours, his a distinct owner had "tidied up" tho placo by IKJunds of houov a year. PILES I PILES I PILES! I think I bco iu all their letters that tho ideawliat tho nuns means, and has grubbing up the vines, scraping off the cuuseof their uneasiness is iu themselves, thought out, superficially it is true, but tuofu and giving tho stones a fina coat of Hi: Vemluu'i Kew OUcovcru far whitewash. and indeed I havo hardly ever observed still with twain ditttuutiniss, what I'll ft Is t radical cbanf from tb old remedies heretofore In uw. The Dlco?ery li tb result of tho married condition unhappy but from ruxuitAi.. such an occurrence would probably yean of patient KlentlActtudr and loTestlgatlou want of judgment in tho man. Tho produce. Long habit enables him to Hpealiing of toiiio things connected Iota to character of this painful disease. To wo generally make lovo iu a put his opinluu on paper quickly, clear- with funerals which ought to bo retruth is, jou ol Its great merit, call on l'eunjr A Stanford, or W. H. Weber, Mt. Vernon, stylo and with beutimeuU very unfit for ly und pleasuutly, ami ho docs put it ; formed, Bishop Clatk, of llhode If. and, a sample. Lor free of rbarge. ordinary lire ; they uro half theatrical, and if he is eun decently competent his think the exhibition of tho and of aud hulf romuntiu. By this mcuus we readers next morning havo something worn aud pallid features of tho dead to Louise). Watts, of PsnrlUe, Ind., raise our imaginations to what is not to besido news, which increases the value the gaze of tho curious and uusyinpa-thiziti- g Uendrica.s country, sajs ha was !ren up bj his faiutlr physician to dl but crowd U another custom that Is llrown'a Kspectorant cured,with consumption, Fen. bo mptctt'd iu human life; and, beoauso of tho nows to them. That tho some htm. For sile br wudid not beforehand think of tlio creat-ur- thing may not bo as valuable as tho lecidodly out of place." Mt- 07 4 McAlUUr, (Stanford, and W, M. Weber, wo were enamored of as subject doctor'u s ..juiou or the lawyer' may bo F. J, Cheney & Co., proprietors Ilall't Vernon. fieorje W. Illbtllo, f U!u Mouod, 111., write to ago, sickness, Juiputiuuuo or sullen-n- true, because tho journalist's range is Catarrh Cure, offer tlOO rewsrd for any that llrown'a Expectorant cured blui of sorer hiiuuii iiutmu Is often imparted to opt to bo too wide for equally.accurata com of Catarrh that can't be cured with cold after STcrjtblng !s had failed, For asal by lim U4 hur particular imperfection or do- - and minute knowledge ; but it Las value, Hall's Catanh Cure. Sold bv Penny & rfnsr&UcAllstsr.tJUufvrd.and W. M. Weber, McAIUler, Stanford, Kj. Mt. Vernon. UovertheleM. litchuiw. nOW CTTAHK tlKCAMK rfyr. CltlF.F JCf r .ION. NKVIMKalNCIS, LalaofChtnault, Cnl'RCH DIRTCTORT. Tailor Xeitlres eeery Hnnday morning and Prayer Meeting every night eicept the third Thursday night. Hunday School nil 00 a. H. lie? II. l Morrison, Superintendent. ATtTsT Uav. M. llaect.Faator. MettlcM on Second and Fourth Sundays, morning and night, I'rsrer Meeting eeery Wednesday afternoon. Hunday School at t.SO A. u, IU K. Harrow Superintendent KTIIODIHT, BOUTII.-RcvTlI. "MONOiV JIOVTJB." MorrTion. J. PTrnc with A CV., Stintord, Kr., M. ROBINSON &. CO.. 3CV. Louisville, New Albany & Chicago -- Importers sn.t Jobbers of Dry (loots, Notions, Ae NT, &39, tit Msto atreet, Vn flath, J Railway. I'nliu'o TO LOUIHYILIiE, THE OXI.Y MNR nt'NNINII s, fire-ball- Hating concluded torrmote In Ten-- , sale mf FOR SALE! I cnr for ItfeliieilVC V ItllHltlCNM llettMP, Com 1,1 nH In one, situated In Hi town of Oab Orchard, Ky , on Uncsoer street The bulldlDi is twoandone-bslfatorlesbli81s fret and ran-taiIn all elf lit rooms. The store-mo- ra Is MHO, with counters and aheltlna nlcelrand properly arranged, with all the ontbulMlngs nerenMrjr to convenience and the tmleol the mini fnilMlom, end an abundance of pure water for drinking and household pmpoe,liillful ahade and fruit tree adorning and taiitlfylni the entire pitnileee, all Inagoodand healthy condition. Anyone Ueelr- mmenre, among self?-e- r cnraiiyeiTiiuioie id and prosperous people, would do well to call nu examine in plenum Kiore purchasing eli where. Terms reuonaMo. W-- lf JOHN r. NTKIIIII-- - congregation CIIRIHTIAN.-Worahlphrday. Preaching by Hr. J. W. Ooa on Second and fourth Uird'a Haya, Sunday School at 9 15. Jos. Seeeranre, Superintendent KKSHYTKIltAN, SOUTH -- Kef. I. H. McKI- -. tor, pastor. Sunday School at 10. John W. wut.Siireilnten.lent. Union Purer Meetlne on the Piiiliiiun LOUISVILLE Curs! -- AND Hni.lt) TRAIN CHICAGO! Wednesday nlghls. I criti-elm- Valuable Blue-Gras- s Farm Hractat NoTtcg. t'aMengera Irons lbs Kuaa sill Drench of 1. A N. It It. arrlte In LoulMlll In time to take the etenlng train of lb "Moiwi ana go inruugn io Itoui (IrccncnMlc. Crnnfoiilulllr, I.nfajcttp anil Clilrngo nllliont rlmtiRC. l, s W. T. GREEN, STAMOItO, KY -- situaoffer forasle my I'arm f to.l .Iri-rw- , n i.i: T IM K ted near Walnut Flat, on the BUnlor.l A Crati Orchard turnpike, 1 mile Iimui Manfnrd. About 40 ItaltyT lUlly. STATION'. ArrcslnttiHUatlen, balance In grain (lonl eprlng, plenty gol lluttierand wrll adapted to Block; Ine l.ve. IauUvIII 7 U p iu tfi a m good nelgbbnrhond. Will sell at a bargain the 01 pm i I 1)1 (Ireeneavtle hi e tract or unit enl glee pne?ee!e4i at any lime. Air. Crawfordsvllle ....' J 05 a ro S 04 in For further partleulars, lni Ire of J. It. Owsley, 4 II pin Uf.jfll . Ky , or wrtl to roe at lutllla. Mlleu Stanford. 7 30 am " Chicago eel county, Tesas. lW-t- f J. MIKXItV h'IMI. The most direct route, wlih only one thane of ear, lo all points In Wisconsin, MlnneMte, Iowa, Nebraska, Ar For luilher Information, address MlllltAV KKIXKILO !' A . Its- Loulsilll. Ky ta ... t Illsn It Stanford Female College. .STAM'oni). With KY. Dealer In- - a Full Corps of Teachers, OF Groceries, Hardware, QUEBNSWAHE. This Initllullon will open lis Thirteenth Seaslon ouin2J Monday in eeptemier neiu ALL TIIK VRANCIIK8 A tLOUiSVrLLE&NASHVltgltRi THtORCAT THOnOUCHENGLtSHCOUnSE Ar taught, aa well as Harness and Saddlery, Through Trunk Line PLOWS 1K-- If MUHIC. TIIK IiANaUAQEH. UltAW- INO AND 1'AINTINO. WAftONN. TERMS MODERATE. UV; rrepaiaiojy, n Tuition. Mire ranee from tli to 130 In lb Primary. IU, Intermediate regular !epertinenla ao, ana iwiegme, o. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - .. lAMI- .m. HUIII m. IV D..-- -t M . .11.. VI r". ..!! IIUIII-ll- l.i HRN. N. '. TKItr.llKAKT. Prlurljml, suaioru. uncoinuo., &y. ! -- Williout Change and wlllirrMd Undraled SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Propr HALL'S Cavity-Chronic laou tocitriLU to the ROUTE SOUTH & WEST PUtlMAN CARS Llitl Itock, Matgnsry, Allaala, Saraaoah, Jacksonville, Msblle. tnd Sew Urleaee, This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, AND K,K 'JsaW: BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Talae Cars Wlthont Change PaUceCar wthulchasg Iti Proprietor it d 18 RECOMMENDED BY PKY8ICIAKJI. Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country ana Hotel in tho State in its Fare, Catarrh of tho Naanl or ino enr, or Ulcorntlrol catarrn INTERNALLY, Aprjointmenti, or Attennnd Throat, it le taken upon thn Blood and to Comfort of tion net DIRECTLY Mucoue Surfnoee of tho System. It their Queitg. In li tho haet Blood Puriflor thattho lo WORLD, nnd Is worth ALL charted for It, for THAT t-olono. Massage will ha coateyed to and from Ihedeyot 'XM X.23 SHORT LINETO THE EAST frosa Loalsvlllala Seeking heme en Ih O line ol this read will special low rates Se Anats ol this t. mpsny for rales, routes c. P. Acorwni 0. P. 4T. A. " Loulevllle. Ky. rccclv PMIRRANTQ LiTUunHII I free of charge, fceccla! accomnodatloea t to Commercial Trat elera. The Uar will bs Iwaya sapplled with the choicest treads of LIora and Cigars. 0NL7 ISTESVAL rr-i- N CURE FOlVCATAERIl ST.ASAPH HOTEL. W. S. FRANCIS, &TANF01tl, I liitcml to H MAIUU.TA1 And we offer Ono Hundred Dollars tor nny Be Led or miTirrn i win not our--. unio (LIU: AM' CA8U. WILL lly the fAx'l Offlcn of A. T Htswit worried advertisements or rival L'niciou. Ill . J nnr i. IbfU. I rontts, which ar llabt le deeelv tb public Vs . Tuieif". O Theehorirsl itrttr: F J nteney.r plra.uire In InformlaT rou nati West Is Ih and gHlekrai Itoul froia CincinI tak Centrmen that I bate1 uaotl Halle -Catarrh Cure. It baa euro! mo was ret? bad- ami don't Lraltateto Tlin Don't Astray! aajr'hatltwtllriirraajcaaeot Yours trulT, j rvterl. h Catarrh If talra WOItTII BIO A ItOTTI-U- . l(Ta had P. Unur. Jirtvn. JIU-write Catarrh for 20 year. IltltaCaUrrhCurwcuml Die. UomuderltworthtiaiOaliotlle. envud ur ail urunriau as i o ci per Manufactured ami aoMbr K J aitVKY & (XX Eola Ilv'trleton, TOIXDO, OUIO. For sale In Stanford by fenny A 0! 2 2 2 12 & MISSISSIPPI 10 iTours I W. iki. Cliiclimnti to St. Louis Hours shead of all ether line. ! - - ICY. McAIUler. 4I)allyTilns,wlih no change of cars for sny Hiring had this Hotel Kefiirnishcd nud Kelillod From btMment to girrct, AHicted, Attention 3 Car. DR. GANN'S HEMEDIES FOIl THE MILLION. MANUFACTURED II V Kelly Trains to Louisville, wllh Free Parlor Keep It In Ji Slrlcily Manner, OF MY I Flntl-CliiK- And leare nothing undono that will aid to the Dally Trains lo Kvansvllle, 4 hours In of all Libre rvulre, with on lea change of cars. Iislly Trains lo Cairo, 5 hours quicker then any other line, end no rhing of car. Dally Trains to Nsw Oilcans. Kocbaegeef car front ClnclnnatL COMFORT GUESTS. W. K. (1AN.V, M I).. Hours MONTICELLO. KY. The woill Is Oiled with the wonderful, beauti ful and Intricate Inventions ol nan, yet all the combined talent and genius thit the world haa er-- er known has ueeer produced anything that can compare with ''Kr. (lann'a Iteninlle " Medical skill snd science have, aa yet. tailed lo discover any thing equal to theni. tor the cure of the dis ease for which Ibey are reconatnended. Aa their vlrtuea and uae are iraiwd br thousands Ibrouab' out the length and breadth ol the laud, andaa Medlclnea, they can Dot be btandard an I are fully ub.UntUtcd by the atrong-e- at teatlnionlala. Coiiimerciul Traveler Are onVred SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS To patronise me, as I hare ererr contenlene jucti aa NICE SAMPLE UOOMS, Ac , for their uu. Baggage Transferred to and from the Depot free of charge, (lire as a rail. W. N. rHANCIN. than by other llnea. Th O. A- - M. la lhaonly tin wllh I Dally Tralna Iruu Cincinnati lo HU Louis, uaklog direct connections In Ih Union Depot (at 111. LoulOvllh Missouri PaclBc Railway, bi. Louis. Iron M.uo-tal- u ABoulbern lullway. Chicago ft Alton lull, road, Chicago, Hurllnrtoo A Uulncy lUllroad; Keokuk A HI Louis llallroad, tvbah, ML Louis A PaclHe Italiroad, Miawurl. Kansas A Tesas lull way, St. Louis A !)n kranciscu lullway. kancnc PUu trliy S" T0 n,,n " "u"" Tluon "our cars, so J Leas Ih leas chance of est Impren Thii Upon Your Memory. THE BEST OF ALU sledgo-huinme- liniment; POIi KAN AKD BEAST. For moro than n third of a century tho I Mexican Mustang I.tnlmeitt baa bocn I known to million iill over tho world as I tho ouly safo rcllonoo for tho relief of I accldenus nnil iialn. It Is a modlclnel abova jirieo uiul prulae tlie bast of Ita I fclud. l'orvvvryfoiuiofcalcrnaljwlnl Is tb only Ho by which you ThM. For Coughs, Hjl.li, Croup, llronehltls, Conauup- can gel through car trom Cincinnati to.si. Lout lion anusu viaeaaeasoi me snroai sou without paying ealra Isre In addition to money Uho Dr. Ghiui'm Cough Syrup. pall lor tick!.rates, or anr Inlormatlon.eall on For tickets, Ticket Agents of connecting line. For Liter Complaint, Dysprpila, Indigestion Jaun-" iiinitrsii.i in itamui .1, a dice, Constipation, Hour blomach and all lillloue Orsnd Dlaeaaes, Ullitllllldll or Deut footof Mlllslrret. Hotel, W. W. I'EAIIODY, W. It, hllATTUC, HIJmo (aniui'N Cure. (Jen I I'a aseugr Agt Oen'I buperlntendent, Cincinnati. For Itheumatlsni, Neuralgia, Pprslns, Itrulw and Dwellings an asternal application for manor Lent .. n?nrinnalvv't'ou'ln " f Ur. Liver Uho Uho Uho Dr. Giuiii'm Liniment. sr -- THE raa 110 For Piles, Hemorrhoids, Uurns, Fistula and all similar dlscaaea, L,D. MOST DESIKABLK DTK TO Dr. GhiiiVh IMlo Oluf went. Dr. Giuiii'm Dl.tor-Nwcct t, For Fresh Cuts, Burns, Ulcers snd Old Sores, MEXICAN Mastnnir I.lnlmont Is wltlicmt nn canal. tlKiIlrutoCn-atloIUI. illU JI1UI1CUI1 OIlllIUCIll. Uho Dr.Onuii'H Ntoumck lyiieila. OINCINiVAXI! And decidedly th Popular tout, aHurdlog, aa It docs, less change and superior accommodations to HKIoi-- A Ilelisbl Toole. Appetiser and Illood 1'urlner, Indigestion, Liver and also curea Minouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texas, The North, North weal and VTeat. In fact. If you contain plat a trip Iu any dlreitloo, your InUreat will b beat servid br pure basing your ticket vl K. C nd Clnclnnstl. 1 Trsln each way 2; Full man palace tars; tlegsnt Msw Day Coeche, and handsomely furnished llecllnlng Chair Hara lorra the unojualrd equlpuenta of ibis Old lUllabl. thereby tusking a trip over thl lln on ol lusu-rlo- us comfort and pleasure. Try It, TIME TABLE. IM EFFECT DEC. 31, U. No. 6. 0, it It penetrate flcali nnil situecln to I tiie very bone maklnp; tho oontlnu-- ll anoo of iialn nnil lnrlittiiination IniiHM-alblo. lluimm flciliumtl uru usually womlcr-- l Complaint, Malarial and all periodical Disease. Manufactured and for eal by w. k:. OA3rifr, Sole proprietor, Montlcello, Ky. by iu.ll will metre pioiupt sttentlon. avc. ill x., orders U-- tl 1 MUSTANG lUntmont la nneilcil lir somfibcxlv In I every liouso. Kvcry Jay brings news of the auouy of an utYful staid ur liurit I laulxluod. of liieumatle innrtyra ro-iBtorml, or a valuable liorso or pil aavea uy uio ucaunn; poivvr ox iaa 1 CHESIPEIIODOlI Kentucky's Itoutu Enst Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Tb only lint ruumng tkiuiu. Lve. Covington Ko.X, SOU .. I No. 4, SO I u LINIMENT opcrdlly cures such nil men ts of Etlio IILMAN i'l.Usll as I lthouiiiatlsm, rtsrellliiES, DtlT I nhlch Lve. Lealugluo " Cynlnlaua.. " l'arla. Arr. lalngton.. M Falmouth.. Arr. Winchester Mt fiierllng I0W a in 5 II W a ui la la p ui 6 I 84 p U 7 I it p IV so a ui am 1 4 10 Ui S3 80 71) n in iooptn p m VlSpm u D looapni p p p p IU IU UI lliopui II 79 17 III tosupui put em moss-grow- Aahland. Nuatu. I d PULLMAN MEW SLEEPIN0 OARS llunllngton. . 71 6 7 04 li ni a W u IJsJeui No. a. 'TManl . 4 No. Id No. 1. II joiuia, a ouiracicti inuaciea. aiurua lima nraius, llll, ui'uiaeo mill iNpralu. ISItes o an-it- it con-vi- a; "I tt nnil I'nlsononx , Old HStlaai;. MIIDiria, ..blaliia. Ulcer. Short, rgliiplr.Vrott raon Anil Cat. Phore e. Blitueett every form or ...sternal LolliHTlllC, ClllClllllHllltlUlI.fX It lienls without ecare. Iiirioii, Uy., r or tlio II ul Tl. C'luuTtoN It cures I finralu. Sswliinv. rtt(T Joints. 1 hore.. Hoof lata n urouuder.Ifarite r.l(l K WUl I.UIf WIDII .WW. au, ninuj issoiiuiv ssorilf aciaii.nr., viaiiii. I Itlliahoue, Sail. Siiavln, Tliru.lt, l'llllt IlltOllI QonnKtlng iu same dot with fast Iralua lor l'ull i:vlt. tlio fllulit oiil every oilier silluieutl to Avlilcli Itio cvcupHtil vt IheD niable ana biiici uataMr..I-luluiciit- iituivi k. sarit aro 'Iho Mealrari always cures unit uuif. uiaui;iviuui The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan ut A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY, tltt-len.- Ml. htcrllug II U a ui o to a ui Winchester.. 12 71 pm 8 10 a lo Arr. Lealogiou ... I 10 p ui 7 W a 10 7 10 p uj 7 Lve. Lexington..,.. a ui S lapui S 00 p w " Paris. S Mpm 11 Cynthlana.. . 111 p la li a tu i VI a in " Falmouth...- -, 10 19 a di lilpia Arr. Covington ... g IS p u 11 19 a ui Oajpm MAYdVILLK DIVIHKIN. No. VLv Ualngtoupm. Arr. Maya villas 10pm w ..iiiiv vwaiu. " ieaingioa v zoau No. II " Paris 6 20 am. No.li " Ma;svlllel2 4)pu UtlngJougJAuoi Lve. Huntington... AsblauJ- -.. to a m su .... lUpu IUiu Uiilll.au. auaitl3,joiUvcly, THE BErST OF ALL o LINIMENTS 703 KAN OK o, BIAST. . . .V M.l w wu 1... .. A.llll.ll.llv H- - .I..H.J.I... IIV1U 1.1U.WVU1. ....J cluuall to H ashlngtoii, Pullwau Hleeperato Kaoa. wha Falls, W Va aud Kecllnltig Cbalr Car to Lei, ville, Norfolk, lugion. Slop only at atatlona on K. C. lt.lt. uu. uauj, ffacepi w.,,B ...w . ftiM. ..w, -Nundsy. haa through coaches to lluuilngton. No. Sunday, through All Virgiuia and North Carolina 4 runs dally, aacrpi faiiur aar haa Maraviil. coachaa0 iu tut, Diriiiug buis iu flo. runs dally, baa eligaulday coach frou Waahlog, A'oims. and lurlber luforuatloo. apply to ton. Pulloisn rJleeper from Kanawha falls and For tickets parlor care from Lealogiou lo Clnclnnstl. Ouly your nearest tltket olbce, or addres Hire stoi. No. 1 and run dally, eicept Buu-d- y. aud bar through coache from lluullogtou JAMIJi O. KKNNT. and lit hierllng Direct connection at Uilugtoa Usui. Wealeru Agent, 'Kr' Ll,r'UC,bU''tr'' a 10 W, MmIss Nt Loulsvlll, Ky. a"uTvVrlllS.Ky! .11:1 HMV iii I J V. W,HM ITU. II. W. rVlA.KH. Osu'l Msna.r. llsu'l Jsss'r Agh. Itlrhiuond, Virginia. O.W.IlENDElt. C.UBHOWK. hupoilotoodtnt Oeu'l pass. A Tkt. Agt. (laneral offices, CoilDgtoo, Ky, Kit ' v.