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Semi-weekly interior journal: April 27, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883042701_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 27, 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. Jtemi' Hail VOLUME X.-NUM- tiffin! ImifiraL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER BEJl 510. A STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 27,1883. Young Ltatheroid, An Indian 142 Venerable Congrestman't Oiddf Wife Hero. DARBYS W. P. WALTON, T. . -. Editor and Proprtttor ft. WALTON, Butintti Manager iil I'll tit lilint Titriittiu h'vlitavi Htu.rio lVliU ANNUM. erriraef lim'leend stamps In payment nf etrrpttn mskerhang. and lhn of iwulntlUnt not nter three cents. ) I met K I'olk Johnson very pleasantly during my atny in Louisville, and regard him as tho strongest of announced for tho the. firo candidate Lieutenant Governorship. Ho is now with tho editorial stall of connected r CbtiriVisbuniof, and is very tho with all who know him. Col. Johnson Iwgau tho practico of law in to represent 19G9, and was elected (Tenon county in tho Legislatures ol Jt 1871, 72 and 73, when only twenty-fir- e years ot ago. Ho served on tho Committees on Federal Relation, Codes of Practico and Circuit Courts, a greater part of his term as Chair-ma- n ol tho latter. At tho end of his to term ho declined a in nowtpapcr work, which profession he has followed ever since, filling various rcsponsiblo positions in connection with the Louisvillo press. He served as nltcrnato elector for tho Fifth district on tho Presidential tick ctin 1872, and as on altcrnnto elector (or tho Btato at largo on tho ticket of 1880, speaking at numerous points in tho State. He waj elected Assistant Clerk of tho Kentucky House ol Representatives in 1877, and has leeii re elected every term since. Colonel Johnson is a man of fino address, and thoroughly qualified for tho office of Lieutenant Governor. Uuring mo tho intelligent scMiou of 1879-8- 0 who iutrodtccd Parnell to tho Speaker House as "Cornell," so invariably referred parliamentary questions to the Assistant Clerk that Col. Johnson was always called Assistant Speaker. Ho has a broad platform that should meet tho approval of nil truo Democrats. Ho laid to me: "I havo no claims for tho office abovo any other Democrat. I am n Democrat from principle and not for rewards or spoils. I am opposed to filing my war record. I said so in my canvars for tho Legislature in 1871, and I say so now. 1 havo an honoot ambition to bo elected Lieutenant Governor, and if elected would endeavor to equal tho demands of tho position. I havo been, and am, a Democrat becauso I believo tho principles of tho party to bo nearest in accord with tho spirit of tiio Constitution. I am opposed to clns legislation nud class nominations; if a man is incompetent, it does not matter bow many battles ho has fought, or what calling ho ropreients, ho Co viogton should not bo chosen." Cor. Cin. News. ,wp-ulaen-gs- 'f PalU Johnson' Candidac. Tho Washington correspondent of tho llislon Traveler tell (ho story of n of Congress from Pennsylvania, who has been married twine, and ban for his second wife a lively young lady who is fond of social galtics. Not long ago, says tho correspondent, sho mode an engagement to accompany a young naval officer to one of tho fashionable halls and told her husband sho was going, but neglecting to say she had secured an escort. Ho appeared to 1)0 pleased, and said that ho would accompany her. This was more than sho had bargained for, and she resorted to various expedients to get him to stay nt homo. Tho moro reasons sho gave tho moro ho was determined to go. Tilings were getting desperate when a bright idea struck her. Sho took tho old gentleman's falso teeth aud hid them, and when tho evening carao ho was still without those neces Ho sary adjuncts to mastication. wondered and raved, and raved and wondered, hut it was no use ho That wns u supremo moment for couldn't find them, and finally was several doctors tho other night at a obliged to remain at homo, whilo his Washington theatre, when Cathorino wilo tripped gayly to her carriage and Lewis fainted on the slago and an atN. spent a most delightful evening. tendant requested a physician, if there Y. World. was ono in the house, to conio back Two Enterprise!. and attend to the interesting Kate. K "So you would marry Kthcl?" de- there is nnything that makes tho manded tho father, as ho wheeled breast ot an averago M. D. swell, and around to faco tho trembling lover. puts alacrity iu his limbs, it is' to bo in "Yes sir." a public assemblage when a doctor is "And you havo money in bank called for. Of course, tho occasion is real estate bouds stocks, say S75,- moro intensely relished when a par000 worth?" ticular individual is requested. It is "N-nsir; bull can work up. I still a flourishing cuetotn in smaller am bound to win, sir." towns for ambitious medical gentle"How?" men to attend tho most foshionablo "I shall go to Florida, buy 100 acres church and be called out in tho raid-dl- o of land, raiso 5,000,000 oranges per of the sermon in accordance with a year for tho market, and in ten years prearranged plan; but where this cov1 shall bo rich." eted distinction can not be obtained, "Hum! Yesl Hum!" growled the old tho privilege of responding to a generman. "Very enterprising very good al call for a doctor is ono nover to be one-Iou- rth o Lcathcroid is a now nrticlo which is being mado of paper. It consists of a number of thicknesses of cotton paper wound ono upon another over n cylinder. Tho remarkable qualities of strength and adhesion it posiosses aro derived from a chonncal bath through which tho paper is drnwn on its way to tho cylinder. Tho effect of tho chemical hnth mi the paper is said to bo wonderful. Lcathcroid, for tho purposes it now icrvcs, consists of of about twenty thicknesses of paper; it is shaped upon or around molds, whiio wet, into tho form it is to represent, and will hold that form perpetually when dry. When dried it is as difficult as rnwhido to cut with a knife. Cans made from this material tho weight of tin are about cans of equal size; whilo tin cans aro liablo to get bent, cans mado from lcathcroid are entirely freo from this objection. Thoy havo tho elasticity of thin steel and no amount of kicking Bos and handling will break them. ton Journal of Chemistry. Superstition settled many questions of war and tribal policy. A band of Indians emigrated in a body from tho Minisink region, to avoid a malign genius of the place. A party of Sen- ccas chased a young Catawba warrior for fivo miles. Ho succeeded in killing seven of them beforo thoy captured him. Tho next day, when he was led out to tho torturo, ho escaped by a sudden dash, leaped into the river amid a shower ot bullets, and swam under water water liko an otter, only rising to tako breath. On tho opposite bank ho mado insulting gestures at his enemies, and fled away. Of those who pursued him, ho slow a party of fivo while they slept, mangled and scalped them, rind then returning in tho night, dug up and scalped tho eoven whom ho had slain at first. A solemn council of his foes decided that ho must bo a wizard, and that purDr. suit would therefore bo useless. Edward Egleston, in May Century. Barnes, tho Kentucky mountain evangelist, is in London seeing the sights and doing the city before he begins preaching to the people Ho says nearly all tho people ho has seen havo blazing ale, gin and brandy complexions, but look more healthy than the sallow-fac- ed Ho finds Americans. ed peothe Londoners tho ple he ever saw, men, women and Nobody s clothes fit the children. body on which they are hung. Ho sees .Lionuon going on two wneeis leaving out the omnibusses and hackney coaches all tho rest aro hansoms Barnes ts and donkey-cart- s. and his is a graphic letter-writ- er, style of correspondence is better than his preaching, if tho latter has been Missouri Repubcorrectly reported. lican. One cent placed at compound interest at the beginning of the Christian era, at per cent, per annum amounts to a dollar in October 1844. At $ per cent, it amounts to $100 in September 1847. At J per cent, it amounts to $1,000 in December 1849. At ono per cent, it amounts to in June, 1852. At 2 per cent, it amounts to one hundred trillions in June, 18G1. At C per cent, it amounts to one quatordecillion in April, 1858; Arthur's Cabinet is subject to so many changes that a list of ita prcs ent members may not bo out of place: 1. F. T. Frelinghuysen, Secrotary of State; Chas. T. Folger, Secretary of tho Treasury; Robert T. Lincoln, Secretary of War; W. E. Chandler, Secretary of tho Navy; H. M. Teller, Secretary of tho Interior, Judge W. Q Grosham, Postmaster General; B. II. Brewster, Attorney General. illest-dressdog-car- PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A Household Article) for Universal Fa ml If Vie. WALL PAPER! TRIMMED AND HEADY TO PUT ON, n, H T.Ai3taf I Scatlet Kerer hat the Sick should u II free! nerer been known to spread where the llutd was used. Yellow Ferer hat been cured with ll lifter black Tomlt had taken placo. i"h worst um or Diphtheria yield la It SMALL-VOl'eTereitandRlckrer. and refreshed and on lleilSoreiinrerenU rlTTINO nf Small ed by bathing with rox rilKVKNTEll X For Scarlet nnd I' ere re, Diphtheria, MALAP.IA.I Ulcerated ISoreTlirnat.Siimll Pot, Mrtilfl, anil til Contagious IH.rn.cn. Persons waiting on An Typtiold M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S Druggists and Booksellers, Opora Houso Block, Stanford, Ky. iiT,rUi, 1th.nm Jtlam made Amen.berofn.rlim.. , . ..... . 1 uied the Small For Horn Throat It li a Fluid pox, patient the wat . ture cure. destroyed. not delirious, wat not Contactor! For Frosted Fret, pitted, and watIn about again three Chilblains, IMIoa, the house weeVt, and no others FraTO'tl WMMm i red hii ' J- W- - PHARMACISTS nrLr.M i.t- tons waited by iu use. Ship Fever prerentcd. To purify the IlrrAtlif Clean lie the Teeth It can't be lurpaised. IIuranKlievcdlniunilr. 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Watches, Clocts and Jewelry on short notice and Warranted. IScarlotFovorl Cured. 1 , I SI.MS, M. 1)., New York, savs: "I am convinced Prof Darby s Prophylactic Fluid Is a valuable disinfectant." IcInn.J.MAUION Grocerios, Provisions. &e., AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Tanderbllt University, Naahville, Tenn. testify to the moil excellent qualities of Vrof. Darbyi Prophylactic Fluid As a ditinfectant and detergent It Is both theoretically and practically superior to any preparation with which I am acquainted. N. T Lltton, Prof. Chemistry Darby lluld Is ItecominenJetl by Hon. Alexander II, STtrHim, of Georgia ; Kcv. CtiAS, F Deems, D.D., Church of the Strangers, N. Y.j Pror.Unlversity.S.C. ios. LaConTB, Columbia. .Mercer University; A. J. Battls, Prof Kcv. Geo. F. Pierck. Ilishop M. . Church. H. G. BRIGHT,: STANFORD, St. Asaph Block, IKniSPENSABLK TO EVERY IIOMI Perfectly harmless. Uied Internally or ciicnuaiy ior Jian or iicau. The Fluid hat Iwcn thoroughly tested. anl hare abundant evidence that iit hai done evtnrthlnir here claimed. For fuller Information eet of youe DruEt a pamphlet or aend to the proprietors. - - - TZY.9 Block of Desires to call attention to the Large and Comprehensive GroecrlcH, ProriHlnns, Coiifcctioucrlcfl, Tobacco, Cigurs, Ac, at Wholesale on Small 1'roflta. Mamifacrurlne Chemists. J. II. ZEILIX CO., PHILADELPHIA. Which he keeps always on hand. Mates a specialty ol Handling Goods Goods delivered wlUIn (own limits free of charge. PKOFEKSIO.IAL "I beg your pardon!" and with o srailo and a touch of his hat, Harry Ediuon handed to an old man, ngaiuit whom ho had accidentally stumbled, tho cane which ho had knocked from his hand: 'I hopo I did not hurt you? We were playing too roughly." "Not a bit," said tho old man. "Hoys will bo boys, and it's best they should be. You didn't harm me." "I'm glad to hear it," and lifting his hat again Harry turned to join the playmates with whom ho had been , True Gentlemen. opening, young man!" "Y-y- es sir." "I have an enterprise on hand a well. Kthcl will marry a Buffalo widower this spring. He is consump tive. Ho wont live two years. He will leavo her $200,000. Go hence! Go to Europe for threo years. That will kill him; bury him, and give htr a year to wear weeds and got over her grief? Then she's yours, cash and all, and I'll put my hand on your head and bless you!" When tho young man left the houso ho didn't seem to believo it. Wall Street News. Kate Held" Idea ot a Dude. "Tako a strip of something that, for the sake of convenience, we will call a man which, by tho way, is a grosi libel on man. Around its neck placo a tight collar, enshrouded with a hideous scarf and breastpin. Put ay upon it a silk hat and a coat. Clothe its lower extremities with pants wherein calves were never meant to grow. In its hand a cane, and on its feet boots that creak at every step in limping measure. Place a cigarette in its mouth; teach it a brief vocabulary ot adverbs and adjectives commencing with 'immensely clever' and finishing with 'see you later, you know,' aud in my humble opinion you obtaiu a fair conception of the brains and capacity of the American dude. But let us chango the subject it is not enlightening." cut-aw- thrown away. A Dakota schoolmistress sued three young men for breach of promise. Tho counsel for ono ol the defendants on the ground moved for n non-su- it that sho was too promiscuous. The court seemed disposed to grant tho motion, whereupon the plaintifl asked: "Judge, did you ever go duck shooting?" His Honor's eyes lighted up with the prido of a sportsman as he answered: "Well, I should say so; many' tho timo I'vo brought down halt a dozen at a shot." "I knew it," eagerly added the fair plaintiff, "that is just tho case with me, Judgo. A (lock of these fellows besieged me, and I winged threo of them." The motion was denied. for a non-s- uit A DAsaEnous IIamt. Tho habit of blowing in the chimney of a coal oil lamp to extinguish it is common, but attended with a danger of which few people are fully aware. The heat of the burning wick generates a gas in tho lamp that is only partially filled with oil and the least contact of this gas with tho flamo may cause thelamp to explode The smaller amount of oil in the lamp, tho greater the danger. To extinguish a lamp without dauger, blow directly across the top, horizontally, keeping tho mouth about six or eight inches from the chimney. Exchange. UK l(. BCRDKTT. J. V. BIOS, & B0HDETT BHOWIf, ATTOIINEY8 ISMjr T. W. VAIKOX. A.T WALLACE TaATW. B. VABKOW. A. OWSLEY & SON, -- MT. VEENON, KY. & DEAIiEHN IN- - Office In Owsley ATTtnNEY8 AST STANFOUD, KY. 4 Son's T. W. W.E. VAnNON, 3CA.W, new building up ataJrs. Will practice In Ibe Courts of Lincoln and adjoining counlirs and the Hnperlor Court and Court ol Appeals. Bpcial attention glten to collections. 113 Office on Lancaster striet. M. PEYTON, ATTOnNKY AT 3LiAV, bTAHFOKD, KY. Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- DANVILLE, KY., Will practice In the Courts of Bojle and adjoining eountiM ana in toe muri 01 Appeals. jV ALEX. ANDEHBON, ATTOHNEV A.T TJA.'W, Wooden and Willowware, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Fames, Traces, Salt, limo, Cement, Field Soods, Plows and Panning And Master Commissioner Kockrasile Circuit Court AIT. VfcKUM. KV. Will practice In the Kockrastle Courts. Collec W tions a specialty. Office In Court-hous- e. HTANFOUD. KY. Office South aide Main btreot, two doors above f.rrTllv J. B. FISH. AT. T..nw. 8TJROEON LEE F. HUFFMAN. Implements. Call and soo tho gonnino Hamilton Plow . DKNTIST The True Policy. Tho last dem ocratic convention that met in North frolicking at the timo of tho accident. adopted the following resolu "What do you raise your hat to Carolina lion on tho tariff: that old fellow for? said lm compan "Ho is only Old ion, Charlie Gray. Giles, tho huckster." "That makes no diflercuco," said Harry, "Tho question is not whothor ho is a gentleman, but whether I urn onp; and no truo gentleman will bo less polite to a tuau becaueo ho wears a Bhabby coat or hawks vegetables through tho streets instead of sitting "Itaolvctt, That we ore in favor of the entire and immediato abolition of tho internal revenuo system, with its atteudant corruptions, und that we de nounce tho (lato) tariil law as grossly unequal, unjust and vicious. We favor such a roviaion of tho tariff as will a revenue sufficient for tho economical support of the government, with such incidental protection as will iu a countiug-houso.- " givo to domestio manufactures a fair Which was right? competition with those of foreign proT.ho sick man's face became sudden- duction. Thero should be an immely illuminated with heavenly radi- diate repeal of all laws imposing a diance; an unwonted light beamed from rect tux for tho support of tho governhiieyes aud ho moved his lip) us if ho ment of tho United States." would speak. His tearful wife bent Tennessee's lato Legislature was of down her ear to hoar tho hut words that peculiar constitutional tempera that should pass thoso lips which woro for strainiug at the little so soon to be stilled forever. Iu a incut fitted black gnat aud swallowing llaruum's faiut whisper, but yet full of joy aud camel. It properly peace aud hopo, the dying man murpassed a law making gambling a felomured;, "I dio happy; I shall escape Then all was ny, and suppressing tho sale of the tho Police Gaulle, aud then proceeded to still. His spirit had lied. settle part of its Btato debt by paying Stripod huso for ladies nro jmue. fifty cents ou the dollar. Solid colors are now considered tho Maltie Baktr, Louisville, tayt: fashion. Tho newest shades are tan "Browu's Iron Bitters has given me o Bordeaux, modo, Havana brown, blue, terracotta, crushed straw- complete relief from dyspepsia and general depreasiou." berry aud uiystio grceu. pro-duc- o house-clctiuiugl" sap-pblr- From Life. Herr Bretzel (who has just had a telephone put up, calls for tho repairer next day) "Look-here, my vrent, tidn't you tole mo dot dellervone shbeak Cherman uut converse in Cherman?'' Repairer "Yes, sir." Herr B. " Veil, py chiminotty, I dalk Cherman to dot dellervone yes terday, mid bolideness, uut py uut py it say, 'Hello! Phawt the divil are yo jabberiu? Como off, yo ould dutchy.' I tond't allow no dellorvono to sas me dot vay. Donnerhimmel. Dake it avay." a What the Myers Hotel. Pure Nitrous Oxide Gu administered when re eous?" asked a mild and amiable Sun-da- y quired. school teacher of a small child at the far end of her class. "Internal Blue-Gra- ss Farm Por Sale! bliss," quickly responded the child. offer lor sale, prltalely. my farm ot 375 Acres "Quite right, my dear child," said the of Iesiellent land, with a Urge brick and frame resldtnce combined, of ten rooms, within a mild and amiable. "And now tell mile of the new ntanford x Preachersrllle pike. fresh and medical water In abunMew mo what is promised to the wickodl" dance.orchard, Including a neat Iniproseaienla balance tilma'am," was the tenant house. Ingress, 303 acres, and and "Eternal blister, lable. Timber abundant. Church aud the neighborhood unexcelled. near by, prompt reply. The teacher pronounc- It Is not often tbst such a desirable farm is lor sale. ed it theologically correct, but pecu- Titleonperfect.theAddress tne at btinlbrd, Ky , or farm. call me at MKN. HAHA1I COOK. liarly expressed. Thousands of graves are With Jacob, Johnson and Jones in annually robbed of their Tlcllms. Usee nrolonxed. the field for the three most important nspplncssand health restored by use of the great Louisville might offices iu the State, well fill up a ticket of her own GERMAN IN VIG0RAT0R! as poilllrelr and permanently cures Itnjio-fetirwithout calling on her rural relations Which (csusedby excesses ol any kind,) Aemf-lif- if dlsea.es that f e?flfciie, andaaallloss of energy,follow a for assistance. Considering her speci sequence of lessot memory, uolrerssl lassltudt, pain In tne back, now at the helm dimness of slslon, premature old age, and many men of statesmanship consumption and a preof political aflairs, Louisville should other diseases thst lead tofor circulars with mature grate, aureiend free by mall. The HVVHiOHATOIt bo content to tako a back seat for a Is sold at tl per box, or six boxes for 13, by all druggists, or will be sent free by mail, securely Glasgow Times. while. sealed, on receipt if price, by addressing blue-graschool-bou- is promised to the right OPBBA HOUSE BLOCK. WE ARE READY! -- WITH- Men's, Boys' -- & Children's ROBBED CLOTHING! I3NT y. .BUNDAaVCn: I ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT! Chicago has five hundred churches, against five thousand two hundred liquor saloons; four and forty-two 113 Bole agent for the United States. ar. J. CIII.NK sr. Adamsitreet,Tolrdo,Oblo. 191-- 1 yr) how is your brother doing in St. Louis?' ask ed the first, as ho halted a moment at tho door of n bueinccs houso on tho Bowery. "Vhcll, ho doan't fail yet." "Becius to ho doing n good bus! ness?" Over Ilia Time. "Well, clergymen, evangelists aud and five thousand five bar tenders; halt a dozen art hundred galleries, and three hundred and fifty variety theatres; $2,500,000 aie spent for schools and religion, and 815,000,-00- 0 (or liquor. hundred "Seems dot vhay." hopo ho'li do first-rat"I hopo so, too, but I duuno. He has been dere trco mouths uud doau't fail yet, uud I can't oxactly inako oud vhat ho means. Six weeks vasblenty of time to bust oop in a blaco like St. Louis uud pay ten cents on der dollar!" Wall Street News. e." "Well, I George L. Hooy, Louisville, says: Brown's Iron Bitters, and it gave mo almost immediato aud great relief from dyspepsia." "I used Sam Randall. This man Randall la an objectionable person to Bouie Democrats. To them he stands for the ovil genius of the party. But for his malign influence it might succeed. Accordingly, quite a persistent and determined effort is iu progress to break down his influence or drive F. J. Cheney A Co., proprietors Halt's him out of the party. Msny leading Catarrh Cute, oiler $100 rewtrd for my feel, aud do sin caw of Catarrh that cia't be cured with Democrats profess to cerely feel, that tho extinction of RanHill' Ctanh Cure. Sold If lenaT McAlltter, Stanton), Ky. dall as a person ot prominence and power has becomo an essential pre PILES I PILES PILES or reijuisilo to Democratic success. N. 1W. Jtetntno' Arte Uluroreru J'ifrat Is a radical change from Ibe old remedies Y. Tribune heretofoieln use. The IMscorcry Is (he result of Tho thief who robbed I ho U fi. yeara of patient scientific sludy and InTeellgatlon c Into I oe character of this painful dlaease. To Kxpross ollico at NeHCoioaietown, O., you ol lis great merit, call on IVnuy H imprint of bis teeth on a Vernon, left tho Stanford, or W. M. Weber. Ml. aud get a sample box free of charge. nackace which he tore 0111. The of all who go tu an untimely company's, detective concluded About that erave die with Ibe dreaded disease, lousuuptlon, robber, whoever ho was had tho Iliowu'a Expectorant baa cured etery case It bu the been tried on where Ibe disease has not been al use of but one band, lie arrested a lowed to run beyond tho control of medicine. Bold one armed mau whom no one bad by I'eony d MeAllsttr, SUulord, and W, M. Websuspected, and securing an imprint of er, MU Vtruon, T. W. Eagle, of Mlamlsburg, ()., lulorus iu that his teeth, in wax, found that tho Vrewk'a Expectorant cured tilut ol a very bad msrks corresponded exactly to those caugb after etery other medicine bad failed, Te the pasteboard box which bad be bad of Penny & McAllster, BLiuford, and W. upou been broken open. M. Weber, Ml. Vernon. con-lotwo-filt- Correct Styles aud Low Prices. bruce. win & CO. EDWARD WILDER'S Nc r fill! I r no Foser and Ague, Intermittent Fessr, Dumb Ague, Dripepilf, Liter s Complaint, Indlgeilioa, Colie ami Flea. It will Cure Costiteneil. It U a tafo Alterative uud Toalc uuilld and Delightful Inslgoraat lor DsliesteWomsn, a powerful rwupe-- r ,ut titer tbc (ramti has Uvn ilcbllltatcd aud reluml by alrkne&t, an ex. lleut appellxr, gtvii louo to the dijristlvo divans prvretils Malaria, braiva up Uie system, ttrvugthcu Uio portal clrcuUUou ejul ikan Ibe uliole animal economy from the eeedsof dbnifcc. Tbo slightest altackot tOTcrmayboapndudatatbevonl, and tho remedy tint would conquer it whIUt It y It yet In lis commener ineut, may bo of no aluo when It Is al lis full iloclopmcut. F&rtlcu-larlla this tho caao with inKmsronud whom tho piillfiroiis InUucnceof Malaria Clings la the for m ol Dumb Chills, Brow Ague, PaleM 8pleen, sad Weak Slemach. Kur Iho Ctiro of all the above l)bvuw this preiwiraUoii stands tinrlraloil, and lis good and permanent tflifte are attetcHl by thousands, and II I recommended alike by Uio ablest niluWtry medical uitn "d ! 1RY IT, all yott that aro aallctcd, and bo courluced ol IU wonderful power and effocta. STOMACH BITTERS ITor Halo In HtBitfortl ly lomy Jb MoAllNtor. - New Orleans hat Ucn seltclnl as the Shsnras. taken to Lancaster for Interment the white men that Interfered with him. Ijlicc for the World's ImlutrlI and' Cot' today. Adama saw him coming and stepped beDarling Ke Ills how wt miss ths, ton Cntcnntl Kxiwslllon. Xcw York of-hind the counter and got his gun and waa Thy spirit from this clime has flown fcred $500,000. hut New Orleans was recoir- wailing for him toget near enough. There Tot with Hod and Anisls In Heatsn nlrctl as the commercUl center of the were several pistols drawn also. Mr. Ike Where sickness and arrow Is nscer known. Slates ami was on that ground chosen. Arnold ran up nnd took the gun from AdIWotsitry thine ryes ol sadness, The moit vicious strike that haa been ams, and If he had been two seconds later Yet we know she wt thy Iocs organized lately h the strike of the Texas lint thr darling, ths Is vicing there would have been a dead negro. Around the. Throne of (lodaboce. J. W. II. cobov for an Increase of from $80 to $50 BucAlen's Arnica Salre. Pittsburg, Ky., April 23. per month. The cowboys strike mmni The greatest medics) wonder of Ihe world. Warbusiness. They will not work themselves ranted to spredlly rare Ilium, tlrulncs, Cuts, Ul and they promise to murder anybody who cere, Salt llhrum, Fcrer Sores. Cancers, Tiles, take their place. Many of tho ranchmen Chilblains, Uorns, Tetter, Chapped Hands and all sklneruptlnnt, gnsrantrM to euro In etcrv In have asked for aid from the troops. DEPARTMENT. stance, oc money refunded, A poslllra curs lor Although the 6th of May waa fixed riles. IVpsrliot. For sale by IVony A by tho powers that be, the democrats ot press comments on tlio nttempt ot cer The now Post Master General does Logan got In a hurry and Instructed tor LANCASTER. A Life Sarmg Present tain individuals fa Jcssamino county not proposo to bo led around by the Buckner for Governor, Allen for LU Gov J. W. Palmer sold to Rube Harris n Mr. M. E. Allison, llutehlnenn, Kan , tared hit nml olsowliero to undermine nail oust noso by such men ns Mahono and ernor, Jonea for Attorney General, Corbett lib by simple Trial llottlt ol Dr. King's New combined bay gelding for $225. Dlsroterya for Col. A. M. Strope, whoso standing Chalmers. Ho has given tho latter for Register, and Edgar for Sup't. l'nblic The wool buyers haye been busy this procures IsrgsConsumption, which cau.nl him to coiuplcrely with tlio President and popularity especially, to understand that leading instruction. Washington county has also wwk. They are ofiering 25e for the best when Doctors, bottle, thatclimate and cured Mm, change of ererythleg Intruded. For Governor, Knott; for Lt short while wool. AT 1m had failed. Asthma, ltronchltlt, Iloariencts, with tho people, has aroused tho jeal republicans in Mississippi will have Governor Hlndman first, Smith second; an I Lung dlaeatie, Srcr Coasts tnd all Throat Henry Edgington, son of Allen ousies of thoso who would prevent his somosayas to appointments in tho fu It It guaranteed Pottle tree, lira Attorney General, Hardin; Sup't living below Bryantsvllle, died of tits at l'cnny to cure. Trial Priig A McAtliter'a inovitablo nomination for Governor. ture, as well as himself. This has Instruction, Pickett first, Edgar Public ft Star . second; consumption Tuesday. . We lovo to eeo tho republican breth- put Chalmers in high dudgeon nnd ho Register, Grant first, Sheldon, second. Those who should know say that the MXCJTKH AtirHlTHKnKITH. Tho Cyclone which passed throush fruit crop In ren failing to dwell in unity, but fair has called a mass meeting of his fol this county has not been ma play to a deserving and capable lowers for July tth to consider tho Tennessee, Georgia and Mississippi, was terlally injured by the recent cold snap. 11. P. WALTElt. me most destructive ever known in the 1 X3 IV I ft I leads us to condemn in the se- treatment of tho P. M. G. Mr. R. A. Burnside ofiera a reward of I.ANCASrilll, KY. South. In Georgia, more than a 100 peo- $2o for the return of his Red Setter Bitch, verest terms tho underhanded tricks Olsre ocer Cltlieni National Kant. Office houra Caiitcr county has no sheriff but ple wero killed, and in Mississippi the two which has either strayed or been stolen. rrom a to 13 A. it. anj rrom 1 to r. M. of his opponents. if tho Court of Appeals and Gov. towns, Beauregard and Wesson were wiped 8ee "ad" elsewhere. SAM M. DUHDETT, Tun Now York Sun, whoso editor Blackburn keep their hands off she ut of existence. In the former thirty-siMose Ray was tried before Police ItNIJY At Ta A. XV, dwelling house, three churches, twelve Judge Singleton LANCASTER, KY. ia supposed to be in the confidence of has Wednesdcy and fined $10 a Coroner that stands ready to do stores and livery Will piactlce In rltrrtrd and adjoining counties a stable were totally de- and costs for firing off his pistol In . Hon, Sam'l J. Tildcn, report? his the work for Craft on tho 25th of the andCourtofApi-catsstroyed. Twenty-sipewons were killed town limits. He was held under bond of physical vigor in such a condition as May. II. O. KAUFFMAN, outright and forty wounded. At Wesron $25 for his appearance Such at Oliver Plows, Meiklo and Avery Double Shovel, nnd the Brinkley In tho same court to again mako him a presidential A.TTOItrV.BY At I,A.-V- , Mu. Watterson has paid no at- eighteen houses were blown down, thirteen for carrying a concealed weopon. Turning and Single and Double Shovel and e LANCASTF.lt, KY. Hnrrow combined. probability in 188-1- . On tho other tention to tho speech of Carter Har- people killed and City wounded. BeaureNo farmer ihould be without it. Miss. Lela Price, who has been visiting Mailer Commlailoncr (larrard Circuit Court. Will practice) In all tho Court of Uarrard and adiolnlnagard has not a single building standing, friends at hand Hon. Phil B. Thompson, who rison at tho Iroquois Club. Lexington, returned home Wed- countlesand In ths Court of Apprtla. Perhaps and the path of the cyclone is marked by nesday. W. A. Morrow, has just returned from New York, he regards him as too email Em.. Is visiting potato to the ruins of houses. a II M. IIUBDITT, I. XT. llntDSTr. relatives In Somerset. Judge Geo. Dennv. says that "tho friends of Mr. Tildcn notice. Jr., la attending coutt at Somerset. Mr. in New York are not interested in the Collector Swope. To the Pimuc: Tho E. P. JohnThe Central Conner of April 20lh. pub Lewis Vi ithem wa at Paint Lick In the outside talk in tho country in advocason mentioned in tho Courier-Journa- l Now ownand art running lished at Nichlosville, Ky., contains a interest of his harvesting machines. cy of that gentleman for tho Presi Mr. James C. Hemphill, the popular of this dato is not me. I am not that "hotch-potch- " of matter on Col. Swope, the dency, nor has Mr. Tilden any aspiraI kiud of a cigar maker by a good deal. Collector of U.S. Internal Revenue for ynung clothier is having a concrete pave THE OLD FLOYD MILL tions, whatever, for tho democratic this district. The whole point and its In- ment put down in front of his store room. On 1)1 x River, H mile from Danville and 1'OLK. nil- - froai llrjanutlllo. The hats put Into tbt And nomination." spiration Is n pitiable exhibit of bad parly This will be the first pavement of this kind tlio NO TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. rut down In our town. Jt la said to last ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS spirit In a scramble to mat Swope and 111 ova The further the Tewksbury (Mass.) as well as stone. Mr. H. is an enterprisMajaville is to hare atrect cam, boost somebody else for his place, that the For mating Asylum investigation goes tho more ing young businew man and should be Dothloc but tho beat ralent Flour, but am mating Tho A new Poatoffice at Terrell, Madison crumba tho Mir Hlralehl llour. whlrh hi. Jowol Rango Cook Stovos, Stop Stoves Tin- from the "maBter' table" may fall all ths element! of the w heat In It a nd ground only horrible are tho revelations. Tho pa Co., Ky. heartily encouraged by our people. to the scramblers. waro, boat Cigars, Earbod w d wmirtj tucj iiiiiv innr t lour irvm Annoalod Wiro, ' Yesterday was the C4th annieary of We would Inform our friend, the Paint wheal-n- o tients were subjected to all kinds of elf talon. Trr thlr rinur In a nut shell, the scribbling of the lor sale at Ihe groceries In Stanford. II Lime, Salt, Cement, Pinter Paris. &c A goneral itock of tortures and tho story reads moro like the order of Odd Fellows. scramblers is, that Swope did something Lick correspondent that Mr. J. T. Palmer ""certei, Wooden, China and Glanware. "Wyalt Banks waa hanged at Dallas, does not represent the McCormack harvestbad and "I didn't," dashed with the usual tho doings of the barbarous age than Texa., Tuesday, or murder. ing machinery, hut the Champion. We inuendo and implication, which seeks to present occurrences in tho enlightened The Logan county republicans have prejudice his case with the President, for would make the correction for his own proand literary Massachusetts. The instructed for Col. A. M. Swope for r. Tinii'itr PtrAaTMMT, the benefit of another fellow whose Inno- tection, as the machine men are getting to Orricc or CoxrraotLaaor tiik tt'taascr, bodies of tho dead wero skinned and be both numerous and rantanlerous In WasiiisoTox, Km. Z3, 1MJ. bosom is bared to the lightning's cent The money WUKBCia. br Ulllfaclorr rtl.lrnre nrrerntfat In thiapirt of the Lord's moral vineyard. the skins made into leather for bind- tended to 331 order system will be ex- stroke. tho un lerilgnad, It hat been additional post offices on The republicans of this county, last ins utlient National liana wads to apivarlhat ot Lancaster, In Iba ing books, &c. Gov. Butler is doing July 1. A very serious face is assayed to be put town LAncattec. Monday, in their Convention Instructed for HUte or Kentucky, In tba counlr ar I lirrarJ an.l or hat compiled with all Iht a noble work in bringing all the facts Hon. W. W. Ilnsb, of Simpson, haa upon nothings, because they are the acts of Jndge In order to gel control of Ihe and me.1 .pl.r line ol jtc,rlltMr, of Ihs KcTiMtl nututea of tho I'nllcd Morrow, of Somerset, for their can,u Questionings ariso and Imchicles, and been nominated by the democrats of the Col. Swope. to eibl Btaln required to be compiled with before an assoto light. In , lluio till 'i"4 """"S .loantlMes a lowe.1 rate of freight, I bar ' aid plications are cast for a purpose,' but for didate for Governor. They could not have ciation thall beauthorliol to comuienc Iht butl- - counts andand War. Ninth district. Lancnater new or uankimr. Illehmond. and nader thla srr.ngeoent." .See--l so eftVrlh. VMU,,','"""""'' instructed for a better man, nor one who A gentleman from an iron manufacNow. there urn. I. John J. Knnv. r.tinbfn.1! At Montgomery Vance, a foreman on the which purpose, Col. Swope would be all more fully enjoys the confidence of his mw lunrucr.uo nrreoj ceriii mat too iiiuens Many Inducements Over tho Majority of turing community, and a man of intel- K. C. waa drowned National Bank of LancaiUr. In Ihn town of ljn. Dealers. whilo attempting to right, in all he has done and said, and many friends In both political parties. oaater, In the county ol Uarrard and State ol Ken- I keep on hands st all times at rur mtcmI Ware Ib.wis a ligence, was on a visit to Eastern awini bilver Creek. stand as fair as an honorable and efficient , l.rr. ,i to coiuaienc There isnomanlnthe republican party lucarieautnonieu In cVcllan S.IM the builocraol lauiklngai provided ollha I Lei I ml Kentucky a short time since investiThe spring meeting of the Kentucky government officer, with the republican whom we had rather see Governor than Blalutea of the United Xlatcf, In trill mod r whereof. Witness my hand and gating its resources, and especially to Association commences at Lexington May scramblers, as he does with the Judge Morrow. seal of office, this 23d day or K bruary, IS51. of the lepublican party and with gen9 and ends May 17. JOII. J. UMIX, its iron resources and the facilities for Goldex Weddinci-- Oo Wednesday, Crtuptrollc r of tho Currency. Howling (Jreen, with a population of tlemen of the democratic party. No. Z.SSS. tho 25tb.inst.Mr. and Mrs. Ja. If. Yan- converting its iron ore into pig iron. The scramblers button up their coata 5,000, has fire weekly, one lis, celebrated the 50th anniversary of their He says that pig iron can be made in and one daily paper. with an air of "Injured Innocence" and say: i -- if wedding day, or their "golden wedding" Eastern Kentucky for prices ranging "He did, but I didn't, and if anybody says On Henry D. McDaniel, the Democratic the 25th day of April 1833, Mr. J. II. from ten to thirteen dollars per ton nominee, waa elected Qovernor of Georgia, he didn't and I did, you're another; there- Yantis was married to Mint Margaret A. will tell or exchange mj Farm In Titu ir fore, nevertheless, notwithstanding, Mr. Stewart, nt Danville. and of tho very best quality. Cost of Tuesday, without opposition. r, aiauiioD,. To this conple were iaoui in i.arraru, la altuatedUnrala or RawIa mun Ilea. This farm In Tarrant rounlv. President, you ought to remove Col. born Eliza Finkston, of the Louisiana Reits production in Pennsylvania is 12 children, who are now living, via Traaa, about 11 or 14 rullea South of the cllrof turning Board Fraud notoriety, died Wed- Swope." The President, however, has W. A. Yantis, of this place, Fort Worth and about aamo North of from S1G to S20 per ton. Mrs. Msry D. incLUT ol Cleburne, in Johoion illalaoc fJonlalna county. T shown himself to be a gentleman of too nesday in jail at Canton, Miss. Daniel, of Cincinnati; Dr. Robt. II. Yan- a Vfi Arrrm ol floo land, alt under frocw, with a i 11 Is foul barn ujnin It aid good water on ptac The cute little Lotta has retired from much sense, discrimination and dignity of tis, Fleming county; Mrs. T. Curry, The Cincinnati Enquirer not enfarming land and liirWllf will Thos. liVKt-rat- e located for raliiog cattle. Icing on a bUh plateau the atage, having lost her voice, and will character to turn his head with respectful S. tirely frozen up by the unseasonable Yntl, Mrs. Nannie II. Jennings, Mm. between two neter faldng streams of water. It la notice of so thin and very contemptible a Jennie one Martin, B. 8. Yantis, Jss. L. Yan-tl- aboutWorlhmil Eaat of tho aureercd rout of Iht weather, breaks forth: "Sweet pros- CO to Europe for medical treatment. A UloUrandoIU 11.. which will bo Fort The MaMichupctU Legislature haa ap dish of small personal politic. Civil Ser Mrs. Carrie Davidson, Misses Hattie completed In short time, and alio about S mllea pects, sweet birds and sweet flowers propriated vice Reform needed such a President. WeatoltbaO C. A Santa Feo It. 1L now In operaS2G5.000 to complete tho Hoosac and Nettie Yantis, all of this town and tion from Ft. Worth to (UUealon. This farm la In have again lost their sweetness to the Tunnel and the track approaching it. Col. Swopo is the Canai of republicans county. All of the children were present the are at cotton and wheat ralilog section of North in Kentucky; Gciar is talked of for a gov- ern Texas and Terr desirable for anr ona kjquiraaux living in this region of J. T. Franks shot bis partner, J. at the reunion, also two sisters of Mrs. to farm or ralao cattle. Al bare on lb wantlnc placv a everlasting snow. And it is a solemn Clarke.at 'Williamstown, Tuesday, because ernor, and the Pompeys and Ciccroa and Yantis, Mrs. John Snecd, of Missouri, and email bunch of thort Horn llelfera with rail and ona One short Horn Hull, i rrara old thla Spring; consuls are in rebellion. Swope 'a politics " 'ea fact, too, that the fields strive in vain he accused him of stealing a check, and Mrs. N. D. Price, of this countv. There alau farming lniplementa, that I will trad with J- -. . - ":? toe piace. aro very bad politics, but like us democrats, nn, iichki; iiu.ivan, Kj. to look gay, while wo know of no one men made his escape. were also a great many of their grand lU-JJan. II. 1831. Lancaster, HiikkIcm, CarrlHKOK, Spring 1Viikhh, I'lirm IViiroiih, Lor Wiigoiitj "Wm. Pitt Kelloeg. indict- the republican brethren should give the children and near friends present. The who is likely to dispute tho statement Transcript ol April 22J. ed for corruptly receiving money in the devil his own. presentaconsietingof articles of gold, were that December's as pleasant as May." e cases, has been admitted to bail numerous and valuable. Mr. Ysntis Is 76 A Family Quarrel. in the sum of $10,000. The Georgetown Times truthfully It looks as though the Xicholasville re- yean old. He was at one time a popular The Louisville Commercial has to nay publicans are trying by fair means or foul dry goods merchant of this place. He hat remarks: Gen. Buckner, candidate Mrs. Caldwell $300 for Baying she had to have Collector Swope removed from of- also been sherifTof the county, and is now for Governor, was a Confederate sol- named her twins Jesus'Christ and George fice. Col. Swope was down there last sum- a Magistrate. His wife Is CO years old. dier. Should ho receive the nomina- O. Barnes. Too much. mer and left a small sum of money for Very few men have the good fortune of The cyclone did dreadful work in Mistion every republican paper in tho campaign purposes. He ignored the coun living to celebrate their golden wedding State will set up a howling. Judge sissippi and Georgia. Hundreds of maim- ty committee, part of whom, according to with the wife of their youth. Mr. and Owsloy, a candidate for the same of- ed people and dozens of dead ones have hid own statements, were dismissed reven- Mrs. Yantis have the best wishes of their been taken from the ruins. many friends in this community for their fice, was a soldier in tho Federal ar ue officers and other disappointed Judge Buckner was sworn off the and personal enemies. They, to continued prosperity and longer life. ray, onouiu no uo nominated every bench at Paris In the case of Hedmon for Paint Lick. democratic paper in the State will killing Secrest. Out of 160 men summon- come bicic at Swope, wrote to the PresI-deon Sep. 4, 1882, that Swope tried to Mrs. R. II. liaison received a telegram give him a cordial support. ed but five jurors were obtained. buy them to indorse him for continuance Tuesday morning, stating that her mother Capt. AV, J. Stone haa been unaniConnecticut is about to take a step mously nominated to represent Lyon coun- lu office. Some of these men wrote to who haa been an invalid for a number of iiallroad Carta, Uears, Mower., Hay Bakes, drain Drills, HroaJcast Seed en, Hulley Harrows iu tho right direction and establish a ty in the Legislature. Capt. Stone was Swope about the same time in answer to a years was rapidly growing worse. Vulksr 1'lowa.Walklngand Uldlog Culllratora, Oorn Prills, Coru Hantcrs. Fcd Cutters. Corn fjuellers. letter from him, saying that he wan nol Mr. A. II. Ely had fires built In his Farm- board of pardons. It is to consist of speaker of the House In 1873, the "Grange era' Dllers, and many other Items. guilty of any audi conduct. The candidate peach orchard Tuewlay night to drive the Governor, Judgo of tho Supreme Legislature. who got tho money did this, and yet he J. B Staley, a son of Judge Stale y, of used Swope'a money, then made the charge Jack Frost aay. He has a very excellent Court ami four members of the Legis peach that he calls "Nonesuch" that rilature. It will require the unanimous Knoxville, killed himsell at the residence and asked for lib removal. This looks pens by the 10th of Juno. It Is a plumb of a young lady who relused to marry him. bad. These aamo men had a convention peach and grows very large. He says that voto of tho board to pardon. KenHe had made two attempts to commit sui tucky ought to havo such a law and cide on other occasions for the same cause. last Monday and Indorsed what they had lie haa been offered $20 for the privilege of said last Buminer. In other words it seems budding from it this year. not allow an old imbecile to set tho A democratic convention in Southam- they indorsed themselvea. This ia not our Msj. Rigney and C. S. Campbell, canton county, Va., adopted resolutions that judgments of the Courts at naught. In I.uut'HHtcr nt the fight and while we like to eee It going on, didates, the former for Ihe Senate and the as the debt question was settled by a decis must say that Col. Swope is a good officer latter for matrimony, were here Tuesday So many wills are being contested ion ol the Supreme Court all difference and this proceeding looka like n conspiracy urging Iheir claims. J. II. Owens and "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," and set asido in Michigan, that the between democrats on that subject should and plot to tflcct lib removal from office. Luuu Withers, were here also, spreading Legislature of that State- is working be at an end. Tbb method of attack will rather help themselves In behalf of their harvesting Eight hundred miners are on strike at to frame a law which will givo a man I.ANCASTKIt, Press of April 22d. KY. than Injure him. machines. The Uuslneea Manager of the the Coalton Mines In Jackson county, Ohio. lam also prepared toiuruiili prices and estimates of all kinds of Engines, Saw Hills, Throhlng tho right to provo his will during his Twenty-firInterioii Joukxal. dropped in to see us mines aie closed, and the sup bo a deep-laillijr IVrews, Straw 6lakcrs, Wind Mil a, llorao I'owrrs, and fsrlousolher klndi ol tuashlnsry. There seems to and Tuesday. lifetime on giving notice to his ply Incut oil fiom that direction. The plot in Jessamine county to deHill Arnold, a gentleman of color, got and afterwards it shall ba un- Btrike was caused by a reduction of twenty-fiv- e stroy the influence of Col. A. M. Swope and Tarttea In want of any goods In my line will es too much aboard and created cents per day in wages. . assailable. Somo such a law seems thereby rob him of his office. We have no Proprietor loose nothing by seeing ma before purchasing Jones, who murdered his young wife, interest In the fight whatever beyond a de considerable excitement Wednesday eveto bo needed. ning. He marched through town a time will be banged at Augusta, May 18. He sire to have it to terminate In the entire The Louisville people are kicking haa requested tint bis body be buried by disruption of the parly in that congression- or two yelling at the top of his voice, and about the proposed Mass Convention the side of his murdered wife. He said: "I al district. The whole scheme seems to be finally caiuo across another negro boy and Iff J.afl?Jg""ny,fi I of tho whole city and it is likely leg- would rather bo buried by her and go to the outcrorpitig of malice engendered by began to pull him about, and talking Webava lilaccd all of our notea and afrounta In pretty loud. The boy began to yell for his tho baoda of M. l'ejtou for cullectlua, and parllea an overreaching desire for place and pow islative district meetings will be held. hell than elsewhere and go to heaven." Indebted to us willsaracuetaaud liouble by set pa. About that time Mr. Willis Adams tling wuu niui At San Francisco In the U. 8. Circuit er. How rational men can make public sionco. Bjr That is the only fair way to appoint came out aud told Hill to let the boy loose Jr. MATTMM1LY, Court in the case nf the United States the corruption evidenced by the statements T. HATTIXULY. it. delegates. It would be just as well that he didn't want any fue In front of his """'"fc 1t3CUl VtXMUaCagainst Charles rergeson charged with made In the several letters published aud house. Hill begau to talk pretty impudent for four or fivo counties to hold a counterfeiting, Judgo Hodman decided not expect it to. bring about their own conKaU'iiuio Hprlog Tooth Hsrrow and started towards Adama, who picked up mass convention as for Louisvillo to that gilding a new nickel la coun. fusion, is a mystery. Observer, April 22 a rock and bit him. He then turned and laltilunJIe drain an I Bauds ol sll kinds; also do so. mi ifnlawrttin terfetiog, and the jury convicted the pris - Hi ' I auiaiaadlng two Hay and Wool, iook uoiu oi tn uoy again, jy mai time In Memory. oner. siiy5fWfaitg Una Jacks at lurata-biThe Louisville Commercial has just Tbo great bridge between Brooklyn Nellie, daughter of G. S. and Dolllo Mouroo Wallace, the boy' father came lira Miles North iMulluef ulkay flow found out what wo did soveral weeks and New York which Is to be opened to Drown, died Saturday, April zlst, between up, knocked Rill down, jumped on him uietaiiiord,ai ago, that the alleged Jacob boom in the public May 21, was begun In 1S67, and Hand 12 o'clock, r.M , aged four years. and was choking him when the boy got $8 to Insure that city was gotten up in the inter- has coat about $15,000,000. Its total She was a lovely child, the pride of the hold of a plank 4 or 5 feet long and asked, a Colt. cjiti:i:. av est of Knott. Yes, aud you might length Is 6,087 feet and It Is estimated that family and beloved by all who knew her. "Must I hit htuir" Some one in the crowd WW a n. answered, "Yet, kill him." The boy then it will bear a pressure of 08,387,120 lbs. During her sickness, which lasted but two 9L Af Manigeis llustoatUl Depot havo added against the interest of SURPRISE The towers are 271 feet high. wesks, the waa very thoughtful, consider hit him several licks with the plank. Arwho is certain ot CO Judge Owsley, isiiuaujs s rxais ou. sired by linn. Talcruo, The civil service rules, as submitted ate and aubuilttlve, possessing manners nold iu tome way got out his knife and (tba el CaU wtll'a due jack) aud out ol a oupo- I--. of tho 70 votes of that city audcounty. by the Commissioners, are not fully ap more like a person of age than a child. At struck Monroe on Ihe arm between the rlor sirs llauiuiutti Jeiiiitt, WITH K UN, proved by the President. They are regard- the first of her alckneas she told her father shoulder aud elbow, cutting a gash several Manager Lancaster Depot) The Prohibitionists aro in bad luck ed as 3NT ! much too complex, and will Lave to she would nerer get well, aud when asked Inches long, he then broke his hold. Dill tthis season. The Iowa Supremo Court be slmpliGed, They are ra titer vague and what would become of her, replied, "God went to the blacksmith shop and got a Isllhindi, S years old, sired by Wm, Uubbla's grayjack, musJiui aa Surprise. Will U remitLas declared the prohibiting amend- general In their character, and are not con- will take care of me" The pt rents have double barrelled sbot gun and staitei to- - tal t erne a limited number of good usrsi. ward, the .tore of Willi. Ad.au, email (Urnl'Iaater, null and void. ment Msoajcr Iilcbniocd Depot sidered as sufficiently practical. the sympathy of the entire community. VduKHMSStr BKIGHT. rot-to- Tun Lexington Transcript says Hon. Jo Blackburn is in tho city, nnd has expressed himself on tho Gubernatorial raco to tho cfTect that, in his Friday Morning, - - April 27, 1883 judgment, Gen. Buckncr will bo the next Governor of Kentucky." Jo is IK. P. WALTON, EDITOR a pretty smart fellow but ho don't know overythinjr. Gen. Williams is reported as saying that Jones is tho IlllMOCIUTIC NOMINEE FOK strongest candidato for Governor and thus it rocs. Tho sL'ns point to JUDGE THOMAS P. HILL, JR. Judgo Owsloy nil tho same, so far as Kunwunnn trill bo found somo wo have been nblo to eeo them. H. C. RUPLEY, lMIIsOK, MKKCIKAiVJ.1 Garrard County itoirr. it. west, i3mr. Stanford, Kentucky, .McAl-lit- er HEADQUARTERS roit Edg-Inglo- coun-tyraa- n Wi Hi HiGGINS Farming Implements, one-hon- p MUHOKON T x ArrO Shell' Hardware, Iron, Spokes, Horso Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, x Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking valley Corn Shelters, I. W. Biirdott & Co. Evans9 Corn Drills, Hand Corn tlio Jlesl P.iihi in The Market, for. unrivalod and Planters, Maylicld purcioun-trT-tare- to-- Citizens National Bank. Uoy-erno- ATTENTION, ll FARII1S! iTo j!!i ,,..,. W lU-2- aemi-weekl- A Tesas Farm For Sale! X . s, I. -- "T ' Star-rout- Isiandreth's wmSim office-seeke- rs sie. life In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of r5Sa! KFtxz7ST7t' FURNITURE e d heirs-at-la- GEO.D.BUItDETT&CO., bug-Jul- Notice ! MO-- ll !Qf,piUy7 ) five-ce- TWO FINE JACKS. -- s, ammo GEORCrE D. WEAREN, Stanford. vjLdf wili,mmn, WO i" "' ID E5 3Ft i. ii. wi:iiti;, ' &mi-M- Li. Tery fine y f chlii 3nifrioroitmnl Horn fl I,tti.r ha recelrel line of Lidle'Hhoea h- - TOO want the best super W IlaydenV H two-pl- J& h i h John D While I a Iitne.Hct at Tea., cheaper He wm Somtntt. iiiirn irom i ran I'rrnaru married Ttteday in Ma.ichiiil, ,Mi:i.vi:v 8. Myera' in W. O. Bradley, of Larsciater, arrived to. to MIm Alice M. Harrl, daughter of nn $10 to Insure a A N LOCAL TIME CARD her Tuesday. Miw. LuriNDA Yoctm, aged 81, died fltrsveil ftf stolsn from Hi r..MnAAf tl.jn. It' a pity he had to go Colt. The man, Morris, who wa hurt on the dsnlrneil im the llth day of April, a tare; tlED ATTENTION, LADIES ! Mail Train, Dailt o far fora wife, but we near McKinner, a few day ngo, HKTT Ell HITCH. Thtabore reward will I pld iippoe hecould'nt I IS r. w. i Jltntord gWng Norlh ANDPKOI(JRnR.-IHget one good enough for him in the Tenth railroad here Saturday, ha gone to hi lo tny one returning her or lor sac h Information nESrilirTION " T " " Couth 1HIMI, at will lead to her recovery. ItCMRMnnt we still tell a good N.O. in. will hex jeara old the JOth of May, IShidl Found at home In Sunbrlgbt, Tenn. Made Easy! Diotrlct. Inch, blood bay with heavy mane ami tall and will it. ,i, Accommodation, Dai If ttcept Sunday. gar 12 pound, for $1. II. C. Ilrlghl. "ST Tirs II" There wat arise of twenty feet In make when fully developed a niasnllteent horie Unesatrr, Ky. a a. m, i nunrari finj Noun h he I rank Wollard l. hr New American Washing Machine Hired br RELIGIOUS. Cumberland Itlver Monday, occasioned by s 2 r. x, " SOlllh hmlKir In VllMn AIIm W'r. Aitr. the only Arm at Hlanford tell- anrKrapnI. fwho waa AMERICAN Lancet snd fetockhrldt Chief.) he by ilrif ftisck Hid. J.O. Livingston will preach at tbe heavy rain of Sunday. For sals I y JAMr.H k. rntnv, Ing the Zlegler IJro.' Shoe, fihanka A Bnena Vliis, Osrrsrd County, Ky, Hawk, of nrlderport, VI he by Sherman and be I49t LOCALNOTICCS. Sheriff Shepperd la making himself unmHiilphur next Sunday at 11a.m. by theorlalnal J stln Morgan. dam I locker. by ftoyd McNsry, Jr 11 dim bv Whlpp, 3d dam Koy Paints of lVnny A McAllsler. Ilev. Jame Coleman ha Accepted the quite twpular by his efficiency. Ills depby Waxy. Pass Yandel'a dam la a Sue cntMnl I Iiavk a good, gentle milk cow and a mare from Woodford county and ol nnknown ped call to prcich for the Ihptlsl church al uties are alto doing good service. Fuiiino Tickle at McUel.erH A SIsrkV. JContttolcy. Urea now but I will lie able to get It In a abort Nick Mo A ot LlrtliiUy osnl it Penny A warllng iteer for aale. It. K Ilurow, McKlnney. Mr. Harvey Sloan, one of our bett time b'lanford. Upon tollellatlon I have accented tli stency for M. ir. CROW, Stanford, Ky. We will now py special attention to McAlitltrV The Presbyterian-ministe- r have aec farmers, It contemplating the erection of a Lincoln snd Uarrtrd counties of this moat praiseHrANDAlili rririr mixed paint at Moworthy snd perfoclly rellsb Institution, Ihe Tnv (ha "flllt lilge" flour; first premlnm onded the proletl of their Melhodltt breth- new residence the coming summer. object of Ihe A M. A. Aocltty bain "to provide lt tlierl A HlajrV. at Cincinnati Exposition. Sold only by ren "gainst Dramatic Festival at CincinA light frost was visible here Wedne-dsfinancial sld lo the widows, orphsni, heirs, lra We promise to alt satisfaction, and when dealrrd AM. I lie color of Ditmond Dye at tee snd ssalgna No one nati. II 0. llrlght. morning, and it I thought that Ihe should hrtltttt of Its dicested members." It will will cite l'stent Flour for Wheal. Csn make to secure membership A 8Iiick'h The Savior' mm, given throughout fruit afford me pleaaure lo lire full Information to those either bolted or unbolted raeil crop is Injured to some extent. I llAvr. opened a tline chop at my atable, the New UO-- t Joi Haas Uog Cholera Cure. Penny Will male tbe present readalrlD( It and circulars showing MrAI.INTr.K AHil.T.F.E. ol ol Testament. I found br Henrv The money, $103 lost by Mr. Hender Society, Dames of the officers, Ac the Ject Ihs son st my aiible, en the A MsaMIiler sole agent. wnere repairing or all kind will be done. Plant lobe "Jenu Christ" or "Christ Jeold ItonTllls pike, 4 mlln RHTrtt, fi It. UOCllHlanford, Ky. son, wat found by a little daughter cf I,aniiiftii'h Ganlen Kent, in bulk ami A.T. Xunnelley. HO from Lsnciater, al (tin. ans" 1P0 limes; "Lord Jeans Christ," 11 I -Description Fancy Woy Is John A. Woods, and returned to Its owner. In piper, t Penny fie .McAllster. amahnginy Uy 7 yesrs If'you want to buy Dry Good.. Carpel. times; "Lord" (more than), 75 limes; old this rprlns: 15', hands The Jsrge slave mill of Tate, Penned Watoiics, Clock am! Jewelry repaired MItN. KATE IUTDIlERAIf, tllfh. sired bv Insram's lata or Shoe, do not fall to call at Itobt. "Christ" 2.'0 tin,,, and "Jesus," 010 timet A Co., was and warranted ly Penny A MoAIUtcr. put in operation last Mondty Fsncrltrtyand be by the Al the Mcond annual Convention nf .snesateratrcet, Stanford, Ky , o. Lytle'a and ace hi atock. CaliMe horse end haa they are eettina from 6 ,0OO In 7IWI n.r . .,-- ,. the Mini-teHainn liandand Is dally receiving a new and en himself to tie a good breeder. I wlllalso stsnd PERSONAL, TftnpeMnco Association of tiny. J'. A (iiiijat many old colored ople bare beautiful llneol Millinery floods of every descripAnother storm Tisitcd this section tion, which the will sell at th lowest possible Mn. Jamm Haiinm, of Palnl McV, died here Ihla rprlng. Harrlton McDan-le- i, Kentucky in session in Louisville, General margin, Thanklul foe put pstronsge, she asks a Green Clay Smith, pattor ol Ihe Ilsptlsl Monday afternoon, and considerably damwat liere yesterday. continuance, knowing that ahe can please the moat aged SO, it the taut logo. church In that city, wt elected to preside age.! trees and fencing, and hall fell thick Itatldlous. -- Oun l,ino.;ler editor, It. II. NVsl, P,E?cJlriIJ'B.L'"n,0lUl,0. ISJihand. Mrs. Motile Myers e an l found, as usual, at the brother to frlnc. Will see at over the Convention. In accepting the and fast for a time. Am. the new hadei In all to Insures coll lour months old. ts inarm good neau 01 ine Mantua Mating iepsriraeni, reauy to took In Hie client yeettrda JIM dark Iron gray lack, serve those who may rail on her. it hsnda and will Gossiping rumor suspiciously hints Mil AtiirnOwfiLr.Yitiilll confined to nnd In cheaper good, with trimminga to position, he tild he wanted no compromise servo m;res st (tH lo Insure a colt four months old. on Ihe whisky question, hut nbiolulo pro that the marriage of a preacher, a gor All rnsrcstrtd.d before the tact Is malch, on he found at J. V. Hayden'a forhi room with the bronobllU. feit, the seison The progeny of ascertained all tho above No business wa transacted be ernment official and a drummer, all well hibition stock will be responsible lor the srason. Ma. Lucv Maiiti.v, of i'alnt Lick, I Corn plmting ha been gleally retarde.1 yond perfecting WM. IIUIIIILK. Ihe organlzillon. The known here, may be expected toon. the Bticst nf lier uncle, J. J Moberly. by the wet, cold weather. A few farniera Convention will probably remain in eesalon The large sign of Claunch A Pettus Mr, J. (1 I'nrxcir, representing II. l howerer, are through, while Tacttcar DsesHmiNi, other hare aevcral day fell sgalnat the front show window of their Iluckter A Co , Chicago, was here this week. not begun. CcaaEscr, ! Office or CoviraoLLiRorTiiaItSS. ! WAtiiisuTOir, Ars.it, 7, store Tuesdsy afternoon, and demolished Mm. L. II. IUurky and her little LAND. STOCK AND CROP. The plank walk In the Hut end of town Wiirir.it, 17 lallifsctory evidence presented to the glass. The sign wst not securely put American Assets, Hdille Walton went to IxlnKlon Wedne. riils line Norman Bul$5,212,737 81 Hie undersigned, It bss been made to sppear that l In n wretcked condition The proprietor of the Lincoln Mills U. and ii dr.llned lion will make the present d.y. the lallonalRtnVof Iluatonvllle, In the town of season slS.ll. Bsiighman'a Judge Thompson, of Lebanon, wat Losses paid in 31 years want to buy wheat. Huatonvllle. In the county of Lincoln and Stale of Mia JoiimP. Oum.KV ami daughter, to break fomebody' limb.. The Council atable, I in Mo lioiu Kentucky, with all inU. S. exceed $31,000,000.00 tne iieTiseu has compiled ine uniteuthe provisions of W.M. Wggins bought of Talbot Mar- hero thit week in the interest of Hon. J Mis Miry, returned from I,ouiiTllle laul ought either to ha to it repaired or taken at oiaiuies oi ntsies required lo be compiled Willi btkie sn association sbsll be Proctor Knott. The Judge is a Terr afia- tin 12 100-lnight. hog at r.s. away entirely Solid, Prompt and Honorable. I'nra autnorizeu to (Oiiuocnce Ihe business ol bsnklng, $15 to Insuro WAnrtrx Ai.avkn baa been acting at ble gentleman and a moat excellent George D. Wearen haa purchased Now, therefore, I, John J. Knox, Complosses TTllliont CO days' discount. The hurts thief, W. T Mitchell, wa . &A IVpet Agent here In tbe atactica of tbe troller of the Currency, do certify thtt the lbs wool at 20 to 25 cent. Colt. balled out of Jail yciterdiy by K W. Hall, Ilsnkof IIualunTllle. In tho town of IIus- The sheriff of Clinton county arrived Does the Loading American Business. regular agent. -- D.N. Prewilt bought of J i:, Farris 04 tonvllle. In tnecountyof Lincoln snd State of of Henry, who took him to Shelby to be here Tuesday eTenlng, haTing under arII. Klkik and John ltoliin-aoJluwiu". A. ivsmucKT. iBiiiiiioriz.'U in commence ine buainna ewca for f 100, lambs thrown In. of banking, ss authorized In Section 5,109 ol the Policies written by , tried for an attempt rest James Matthews, charged with killing of the lvurela I'rlnlint; office, at rape, We under-atanABDALLAH MESSENGER! KCTlseu maiuieaoi ine uniteu ouues. It. II A K. P. Wood bought of David witness my In testimony Bud Allen, at Barrea Fork in thit county that he will plead guilty to Ihe arrired last night. JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent. ttsl of office, thiswhereof, of April, 1SJ1. hand and Spoonamore a lot of stock hog at CJc. 7th day charge. This Combined SUlllon will rasko the preen t last week. Drt O. II. Mcltonr.itr, of Liberty, r A nice Alderny cow.with rep- HnVni K',BuS'msn,s.ttlle,I4 miles from JOllS J. KXOX, I understand-tha- t A very big lot of confidence men, arrangements are SIX OTHER Ihessrue3 agency. COMPANIES came away up lo the shor. Dr. llawkina Comptroller or tbe Currency. resented at Rttcs ressonabli young calf, for sale. W.T.Green. Stan No. 2,917. being made for the return of J. L. Owens, jai- and other di.repulable character ford, Ky. Ilrown, of Huitonvllle, wn too rick to 12.50 TO INNIUti: A COLT. the young lawyer of this place who was go with Ihe come. Circut whom At sale in Madison hog brought 71 At aame place, will alto aland Km7.ahi3tii Nkviua write from it t hould repudiate if it I not in Mm rent to a private lunatic Asylum at collu.Ion three-yea- r old cattle $51 CO and Texas to ber aen here that her daughter, with them The publis it warned again.t per lb ; Cincinnati. GOOD old $38.75. Mm. Q. A. IMVall It greatly improved the ratcal. A Urge amount of the capital of thia One at 110 and tho other at !8 lo lniure a colt. In New York yesterday cattle told at lK-land i now out of danger. UAI'ailKAN IIKOS. Til no Co mail poucheaare now carried $0 30 to $0 75 per cwl , live weight; bulk of place has recently been forested in a bank Mr. J. P. GAMriiEM., brother of Sepb, from and Gat Co. at Meridian. Miss. Robert Ltbinon to Louitville on the accom- sales $0.72 to $7 1 1. ha returned to hi first lore, the newspa-e- r Gibson InTeeted $10,000 and Dr. George modation and we would like to know why We have atill rome of Col. ISowman'a huslnrxw, and is now editing the Timet, A-nsm SianfunUhotild not enjoy the tame facili- - premium corn, which we will give to thoie rerkint $3,000. -of Clay Center, Kansas; an excellent paper, Henry Denton, aon of Judge Denton, lie of two mail per day. Let u have It of our patrons who wish to improve their This saddlo by the way. wt adjudged a lunatic Wednesday and horse will stand Ihe presby all meant. variety. Dn. Thomas IUu.KV.of Cook rotir.lr, ent season at toy stablest reti- will be sent to the asylum Friday. Mr. Nice There wereSOOcillleon the WinchesRIO. On Time vat .lrr.1 jkV Jr t The bet behaved CMwd that ever at Texaa, I on a tIsIi to bit brother', W. C Denton it a cleyer citizen and hit many by Stonewall Jackson, dam a BclfCbszur: rmilam hv f.t-TK- i and J. W. IUile y, after n absence of 23 tended a cirout here gathered yelerday ter market Monday. Cowt told at $25 to friend regret hi misfortune. J. "Frank year. He hardly recognise Stanford and There wa little or no diturbince Only $'50; 53 head 850 pound cattle brought $43.-3- 5 Berry, a 1(1 year-olTYtfjffcJIiI? !&-- -. son of Frank and CO head tcrubs $25. t almost lost even in hi old stamping1 one man wa arretted during the day and wa horribl mashed Iat Sun'THREE JACKS! A cow In Mercer county Ky, with a Ledbetter, he wa too drunk lo tell bit ntrae. He I ground, r day by a tree falling on him. He wat young calf, gives enough milk lo satisfy At same I lace, I 111 Hand three j acks. Ii wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in in with the charge of cirrying conceal LOCAL MATTERS. ehjit other young caleea brtidea her own, running through a field on the farm of ed weapons tgaln-- t hi name James Jones to escape the storm. 3rP and two bucket of milk erery day. Florida OnAKam t II C. Ilrigh t'a. A new coal company has been organ-iieThe fine partnership Jick.wlllserre mares at Slii: The Ciiirug. which wanted A careful tenant to take And can supply it in any quantity. SiOfora Jack colt and SID for a lenn.t. s.i.i here to be known as the Happy HolN'kw ityle in fine lur Hal at Itobt 8 exhibited here yetterday to a good crowd, care of a nice country home balance of the low ninrk tlairk at 810. and TVnrJB at Coal Co. Their mine will be located Lylle'a. NUK-BTEMjEX-- mn uiiisaiiinsurea to weaiilng time. If a mare Is oem now we yer me ninny , House and yard, garden and cow irmeu or rrmoTcu uemre loaiins; time, the at Happy Hollow in this county, on the Wantkk "Cunlry lUouu, cp4c!allr have teen in Stanford for many a day. Tbe pasture. Price, M5 M L. Bourne, Stanu.,ielted snd tcsaon mint be prcmptlr Whengrtssls sufficient I will keep mares a Southern road, and lU's said to be the beat trfpeie act of the two Utile children, Ihe ford, Ky. ahouldrn. II U Hrk-ht- . lew weeks at II JO and Jennets at per month, to on tbe road. he paid when stock Is taken out. tlThe colts held bareback riding, ihe tumbling and variou bound for the season, but my cuitomers.wlth Tery Fun it cwbbige and tomato plant al other feature could not be excelled field'At the second day of Woodtrd A Brat The nwriage of W. C. Owens snd few exceptions, psy me promptly without the ben' combination talc of horses 100 head O tor that lien. way on hand at W T. Orrcn'a Prompt personal sltentlon will be Mis Nettie Hick took piece in the Pres Mr. A O Field the leading clown, wa brought $30,510, nn arerage of tleen lo the accommodation nod Interest of wr pa$320 per byterian, church, which was filled to its trons, but not liable lor sccldcnta Up top and the whole performance ave head .Stan TO it I) h only one dudr, but that' Two dajt' sales aggregated 103 Aprils, 1183. I,KiI HUlltll.r. utmost capacity. The ceremony was pergeneral lutl.f.cllon head, an average of $378 per head. audiclcnt. No other need apply. formed by Rev. J II. Williams, a little Secial from different That's a peculiar looking thed which Hood News -- Mr. Will Hrowning atya and Indiana regarding thepart of Ohio after 9 o'clock, after which Ihe couple left GLENCOE! damage from that on and after next Sunday the north It being built to the Lytle atoie building. for Mr. Owens' home, ten miles Eitt of bound mall (rain will connect at Junction Ihe frost are to the effect that the wheat town. My Combined Stalllon.wlll A handmme rtaidmce City with tbti train going aouth on Ihe C. waa not Injured and but little of the fruit. For Sale. The ttorm which passed orer portions stsnd the present season at Will rell Tery cheap W. Crnig, Stanford. S. It. It. Thia i very gratifying new to 1'irly peach and jiear tree were pirlially of thit county last Sunday demolished a (Successors to Ohenault, Severance & Go mj stable,.! miles llustooTllleon tee ut, a our papers then go through to point in bloom and were damaged, and the straw, Cttholic church at Commercial Summit, Uustonsllle and Liberty 8 8 MvriM d(lrci to oil attention to road at along that road the tame day, inilead nf berry Tine were injured. on tbe Southern Railway. The track of hi new brand of roatted coflVe and GoldIn Cincinnati cattle are quiet at 2 to the storm through the forett was made Have just received an elegant stock of lying over 21 hour at the Junction. Ho 8IO TO INSUKE en ltlo, greeru alto tell u that the apeed of the mail 3J; fair to medium 4 to 6; good to extra with such terrific force tjjat tbe trees were A COJL1, tsMslrSaK? J. W. IIaydex haa recelttd a nice new train will be increa-egetting to Louiaville butcher 5 to 5 85; common to choice ship- blown fiat to the earth a if no more than M'neyduewhrn the colt la foaled Trading the mare forfeit the insurance and mates the sttsoo lot of Spring Cloth In if Hmln't you better in 10 minute letime. per 5 to C; slocker and feeder to 0 gra due. Lien rctslned on the colt till season la paid The second jury in the case of Frank cents Hogs are steady and firm at 7A in go and get a bargain of him 7 Abdsllah O leccoe Is a beautiful brown, or fine HU8T0NVH.M. What I Ihemttter with 7 85 for best, down bone and mutcle and ir a natural aaddle hour, has for common. Johnson and John Cowan, the negroes lo C trotted on a W with trsck In Cam. and examine my atock of Furni- our enrretpondent at Hutlonville? I he only two months banJlln. lie haa produced aomo Sheep are in light demtnd nt t to 0 cents charged with chicken stealing, decided oftoe finest horses In the Stale and a Isrger per ture, Ac; it It now full nnd complete, and dead or only aleeping? The telephone tell Johnhon wa guilty and thould terre the spring lambs are firm at 7 lo 10 cent, of extra walkers than any horse t know, price are lower than ever. II. K Wearen. lit that the new mill ttotmed up Wednea was aired by Jo. Elmo, he by Alexander. AbdsL A well posted farmer tell us that the Slste two years, and acquitted Cowan The lsb, be by IIsinbMonUn; Jo. Lima', dam by day and all the machinery worked like a Mambrino Messeuger; he by Msiulxino Paymaswheat prospect fur this section i now very cise of Bites A Miller vs. Nare occupied began to fix Tun Hoda Water Fountain ter, Jo. Abdallah's lit dam by Willie D; he by charm. Yetrday it wa put regularly to the Court Tuesday, and resulted in a ver good, and that wheat ha come out wonForeigner; be by Imp. tilenco; 2d dsui out of a ye.tcrday, but the weather wa. ma.it too work and It now turning out meal and thoroughbred, known ss tbe snd busd derfully within the past few week. Deal diet for defendant. Tho trial ol Buck bleak to make it a Tery profitable bu.i- tard mare; Willie O.'t 1st dam Starlight, br flour at rt rapid rate Tbe arrangement Cheroker; his dam by Imp. Ulenco, Starlight's er are already ollirmg farmers $1 per Merrit, n young man charged with the 1st dam by WooJpccker. of Ihe banking-rooin the Masonic Hall bushel for their growing wheat crop,.to be murder of ltoblnton, was commenced WedI hate a lot of plank for fenc- are nearly complete I.UJinr.rt aud the institution delivered at threshing time, and some are nesday morning. ing and building purpose that I will ex will begin butine My Fine McElroy Jack May The tare, A (be testimony developed, tbe case change for flock or forage. K II Hayden, which it said to weigh 10,000 pound, ha telling at thit price, while other are hold' Will stand at the same place on tho nun terns, against Merritt for the murder of Robinson ing in anticipation of a rise. Lexington Stanford. lie la about 15 hands high aud hss proven himarrived, the counter are up and a neater . it a very bad one. All the wituesse agree self to be a ii breeder. Pre room for tbe buaine'a can not I refer you to the followlog gentlemen sslo the Tne fame young lawyer that did that found in that he walked up behind hit victim (who bleeding ot the tbiTO stock J J. llrjo, j K BOYLE COUNTT. rerenadlng the other night catno near be the Stale. Success to it Baughuisn, Wm Dodd, L. V sharp, J. 1 wa droway and staggering from intoxicallustoo'llle: K. II. Kurnilde, fctaulorj, Ky ing the victim of a "conDdence man" at the Oanrille. tion and shot him, without any cause or A jullow with the Circut roped in the I can lurnlsQ pssturse al reasonable rates. License wa issued on Wednesday for bow jet(rdr. K. N. I'OHELb, lluiUmrllle provocation, except that he eaid that Robunwary yetterday and gouged them ol Xkw Mrrnf frame and picture frame many a ducat. Hi trick wat at folluwr: Ihe marritgo of G. D. Sutherland and inson had told a lie on him. Bu' ho bad Km ma P.Webb. no words or quarrel with Robinson and and cornice molding., and full line of fur- He had three little cupt and under one of The meeting which ha been in prog- pretended to be friendly at the niture at II. IC. Wearen'e. Price low. Cill them he would place a ball, taking care lo time of the and eee for youraeWc let you tee him do It. Thfn he would of- ress at thu Baptist churcii since Sunday killing. Merritt Is about nineteen veara week, still continues, with 10 tddition up old. The accommodation train I the moit fer to aell a worthless collar button lor $3 to the prefent lime. HeT. T. P. Hale con A babe of Bud Bowyer wat horribly To which they take pleasure in calling the attention of buyers genpopulir on the road. It make Ihe run and give the buyer the privilege of guvs and probably fatally burned latt Monday. duct thd service. erally. We have from here to Loiiitville in a little over Ing which cup Ihe bail wa under. If be Mr Ivdward. Powers, of Franktort.whn Bowyer is n young married man aud lire gueveJ right he got $10. Put not a single four bourn, wherca I ho mail train take fell from Ihe roof of the Catholic church in the Juggernant district in this county one of his large number of palroni guessed fire hour and thirty five minute. and Ihe babe is hi only child snd about Red bar stallion: It hands loaled 1878. bred br the right one, he took great care to tee. It last week and broke hi arm and tuatained Cbts. Dunn, Stanford, Ky tired by Messenger Chief, sire of Msud Mesaengvr record, The people of the Gilbert Creek neigh- it human nature to want to gel something other Injuries, recovered aufiiclently to nine months old. lit mother hid. tied it l coord, J is, Abel Abdal-la7.1Si, Hariri. in a chair, which was left near a borhood are going largely in to the lobicco for nothing but in the words of Ihe Psalm leave for hi home on Wednesday. trial, 2 &', ju. 4 Irl il, Mr. J, 2.25; lUna 1 , 2.20 gall st a yesrs old, MatlleMcti , , Jordnn, of Amrricus, G., and left tbe room for a few moments. buelncM thl aeaiton. A young mm from itt, "He it n fool that beta agalnit another years old, Mtggle Stewart, S20gall st who ha been here buying a lot of horses, When the returned the found her child ly In Khadames, Mcrvcillcux, Moire and Gros Grain Silks, Nun's Veil- 2.20 gilt stS 8 years uld, and other promising ons. tat dam Su. Pendleton, Mr. 8lephcnon, I to give them man' trick " sle by rientlnel, 2 a, and tbe sire of Von Arutui, has gotten about all he dttires at present, log with it face In the fire place on coal o I lejn intlio art of raiting the White WiiKiib's My MoNhvT-- Mr. ing, Henrietta Cloth, Hunting, Tamise Cloth, &c., and, in fact, a 2.I9M, Annette. 2 tijr,, T A , 2 "6, Yourg Faulkner and will in a day or two ship them to hi fire It wa taken up alive, but ita eye ntgnon, net, !.&, viraudiere, la Hurley. poul, 2 28, llrsnd Sentinel - DS senllntl Is fall Holme claim to have been swindled out home. He pitd from $75 to $150 each for were burned out, its tongue burned to a Nice Assortment of Dress Goods generally. nrotoer to Volunteer, IIhe sire of SI Juliea, 2 11,, Quite a froat fell Tuesday uight and of $500 yesterdty in this wise: He met an those he purchased Uloster. Aller. 2 crisp and lbs lletk from its right cheek wst suai a tivre 2ilHi lluuter. 2:o)4, Amy, 2 ome ice formed, but from what we can old gray headed man on the etreet who in Bruce A Harlan bought on Monday at burned oil, leaving the bone bare. Dr. Almure in loezsi Class Hirers, tho aMuaiutuu rceon d, 3 00, l.yesr learn but little dutnage wm donn to the troduced himself to him a a gentleman Woodward dsm of Ilertle (llrl. ABiassGeld's Kile at Lexing len was called to tee Ihe little tutleter and bid record. 2 37. and the trandsui ol Msud Mus fruit bud Laft year on the 23d of May from Howling Gree'i who waa up here in record, 2 26V by AlextnUrr's sengcr, ton, two Tgbert colt, paying fur ono of did what h could to relieve it, but thought AUlallah IbeslieufUuldsmlthMsid, Jill, therv wa a auffiiieut frtut to atlll the bean search of a farm for his sou. Mr Holme it o iuld nut livelong lbem$3C0forlhejlbrr$310 Thorndale. 2H,. Almoul, Abdallah DN and other tender vrgtble 11lol.ic.Jc. 3d dam br lUd Jacket, (lire of th had two or three for tale and began to ex Tuesday, bought of W II Bjii daiuof Kentucky Wllkra, 2 11, and lb fraud a An Answer WanM Hamburg and Swiss Embroidery, India Trimmings, Everlasting Trim- of So bo, 2 17)4 and lledWIlkfs.ilreol 1'hlUhomp. The man who if too dingy In lake hi patiate un their excellence', when after ford, a good huneti mare for $175 record. 2.21 ) br lom.l. br Sher sou,, Can any on brief, ua t case if Kidney or Liver i auiJ that Judge M. II. Owsley waa In town man Morgan, tb.alreof ermout lluuk Hawk the county pavr but depend upon borrowing Hiking awhile Ihe old gentlem-Hmings, Tucking, Laces, Ladies' Neckwear, Hosiery, Corsets, Fans, aire of hlhau Allen and msur oth.r iroturt. lied Complaint that Eliclrlc Cillers wllln t speedily hn wanted to go ilown to the circut gruunu-an- d Wednesdty; he hid just returned from tuicf Wo uy tbey cm not, u Ibouunda of ca ts hi netghbDi', ia npi an honest man at Jacket's dam was aired by a ber to lUik we the wonderful ltussitri horso Ibat Parasols, &c. WHITE GOODS in endless variety, and a splendid iiawx, siuuim sn eaua roaaiuai. t.roigui rreui heart, Iheugh be may nerer be saught la a wa on exhibition and atked Mr Holme Fulton, Graves, liallsrd and Hickman already peruun.ntly cured and wbo sr dally reclb orth bv W L. Vance, of Mercarcuu Ir. and ommending r.lectrio Dllters, will prvtt Brljhl's said to be of Messenger bl.od rvoilnet ana Alexthievish act. liurruwir are iiuIaitot,tbe to acoompiny him They went and in a counties. He oke at May field, hit assortment of LAWNS, GINGHAMS, &c. ander's Abdallah are bolli by Ursdyk't and think hi prospect every Dlaeaw, Diabetes, Weak Hack, or any urinary more no ninte they iwu not be legally pro- short time Mr. llolux claim that he thegraidalreof Maud B., 2 IMa, and th complaint quickly cured. Tb.y purify tbe blood, found himself In a Utile tent where a lot- where are dally brightening. He left tlreofUexler, 2.17k. Nellie, ill, Oi.bj. (.Irl, on n guilts tbt bowels and set dlrrclly oa the dlteas-- 1 ceeded agilutt. 2 i0; Utselle, 2.21, Jay Uould, 2 31 Vl, tud A olh.r. tery game was going on The old man A large stock of Carpets, Hugs, Oil Cloth, Matting and Wall Paper. wun reco u 01 rsi sou neii.r Mrsseugsr Liiirr thu 2 o'clock train far Nicholas and Finnparts. Every bolllt guaranteed. For sal at The Mr Jamm ltibb, who waa thot on bought ticket and wa winning to rapidly ing wst tlied by AbJsllth I' M.alreol I'itkad,) US,, SCc a bottle by I'euo A UcAlltlsr. counties. that Mr II beoame interested aud wanted 1st itsw I. ecord. The handsomest stock of Ladies' nnd Gents' fine custom-madShoes lied Jim, the Uwentbortt and Nanliville It It , a s to try hit hand. They to (leu Uso. II TtuMtias, sire ol told him that Mrs. Granville Cecil Uvtsitlog friends Scott's Ibuiuss, 21 , by Msmbiluo Mnwutr. slie which appeared in our latt of ue, IhU It a free country any man could buy in the city. We also keep a full line of Eastern-mad- e Hoots and oILtwIntkl, 2 M4 ttldaiuby MsHibrliM Chief, M.l 4lltt.UTlSLtll.aTh. in Georgetown Col J. W. Guest hat reThuiu, 2 1(, Moudlvid MamUluo, lurntoutlo be .mof Col. It V. lllbb, of who had the money Ha did not have it turned from Ihe New Orleaci and Mem Shoes, which we offer at low prices. In addition to our large stock slretfLady 2.2IK, Mauibrlno lttch.u sod ulhera. 3d dam by till county, wh(.e trouble ouine far from with him but remarket! that if ther would Abdallali Imp. Nspuliou. tngllah lluntrr, As phi races; he reports good meeting at wait Mrsseuvr will make lbs seavea o' ls4 it Cbts. lugly. Mr. ltibb wa endeavoriug to an 1 to minute he would go to the bank of Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing we keep a nice line of draw some. He returned with $.100 both places. Meurt. A. C. aud J. It. MILL, ENGINE & Dunn's, 2 mllrt trviu Slauford, ta Hush llrsueh uella riot when hn wat ahnt.I mile liwui buuloid A Laocsstcf pike sad and In lest time than It lakes to tell it the Downs are viaiting friends In Mississippi. in pants and suit patterns, which we are offering at low fig- Stkr, mm Uorssicr A Dsnvtll 4ks, tl V30 to FOB SALE. Mr. K. ZiMMMiMAN write to Col. Huch-ett- lottery men had tenoned it all In, a a mat- Mr. Laura ltoblnton, of Mayaville, who Insuro a Maro la 1'oal Mousy dut tt tuou ter of course Mr. Holme wat wring Msret Ibsl bare publlo at lbs fail Is ssosrUlneJ A general line of Gents' Furnishing Goods. I bar for ail. . bowar Fniflu.. mount. ures. thai thu Danville commltteo have tent around last night and trying lo have ihe hat been vltiting Mrs. Wm. 8. Downton, records of 1 W or Utter, or such as have produied ed ou w heels, as good as Jual from lb shop. Tbt trotters with records ol 2.30 or better, msy bo bred In their i'MKjltlon for the road to Natli. whole show arretted, but at he coujd idenreturned home Wednesday. Measrt. Adam ...a ,. v,i iiaVU, w,.u ,WHV. free ol charge. Address Also, 75 Acrvs of We sell the WILLIE O DUNN. villa and that Capt Ltim, of the K G It, tify none of th partis who fleeced Mm, Waroiii and Sam Smyser, of York, Pa ,sud Mououlu. ou lb of Ltnd, lying west and King's NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, Cluclnutll Boulberu Urccn stsnlord, Llnvolu O. . Ky. Klvr IC It , will go at once to examine Ihe line no warrant could be obtained He ia a Mr. Alfred U Wise, of Ua , are at the dwtlllng-buu- H., tt l.N. In ,ltfl.ll.l aallk ....all which is in need of a byMssuataKK fsiscn, by Mtssitiger Chief, dam one of the very best machines in use. Parties Strong limestone lind, tine for mighty old man and has read Ihe paper AlialJe, (lira of llylat, 2 S. loilguit, Liuolu teem to be lying Hal of ber bick to Tery little puriore to icet roned in by Clemen House, Mr. Ww. M SloKeilv, ilccv. A bargain can u obltiunl la all by spi sney Day, 2 90, Ac ,1 will uske Ihe kwio ol ItsM . Jf King's MouuUiu.Ky. machine can save money by giving us a call. MVHI'HV. losur touul aud doing nothing to accuro the road. tlware la tot', BrisnisiUIe, Ky , tl 11 W.loU. V. editor and proprietor of theliilliJeliiMa,"fll'.u0 ot sdJtewlug ucb s guaiy derlce. foal. a than anywhere, at QTjvnForaiD. ky. origoioJ. Friday Morning, - - April 27, 1883 Tiik finest (Itinpowder Dally Kttord, accompanied by hi wife ma -- On tho20th, Mr Alfred 'laugh and Thuraday. While here OfCtser. I a candidate far fltaU Rnstnr. lath wool MIm LoiiIm, daughter of Kphraim Padg they were the gueitt sf Mr. II. C. Mock. District, subject In Hie action of tbe riemoeritle Pirly. ett, were united In innrlage MARRIAGES. j. r. i. kignby, LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. tny purpos can stvt money by renins; llnfuaat nurmtllon th llnm!r farm, slwitt two fcnrlnft or DAVE YANDELL 2. lt PULASKI COUNTT Any en wishing to buy Lumber for boxing, $25 Reward ! jiiitiitni:, a tvJFr Telra-ram, Will b permitted t serve len or fWeen sprense.1 mares st my stsMs 1 mils fWimKtanSm'lon the Knob IJrk pike St Vaa-de- ll Liist-Waili- ing Mutual Aid Society or , Telea-rsia'-s TO THE PUBLIC Ul-2- m y srcusTojt onmniNO.Ti Fancy Boy! 1 MILLINERY n' - w, -- LIVERPOOL wo-)- l ,U Nil TWO GOOTO.TACKK. J0 n, Hta 2i, rn. lt)ll-IM- 140-f- & GLOBE Hustonvillo Nat. Bank. Insurance Company PHIL SHERIDAN blau-tor- d, feTjd 2,-0- can-vast- J2ii.-- a Louie-tIIIc- three-quarte- FIB8T-CLAS- pick-potk- et l3S-2- Anglo-America- n 1 Mwmw SITIAIBIXI2I! IHCJLIISriESS sonable. Sale s Feett SHOP. Kates nxfWTjyzA TWO JACKS, ON TIME! ijm; n lot ol Horses nnd Fine Turnouts. d z.gzvzm jll AxoLo-AMrnicA- d GOAL! m INCB! -- A. T. -- Stanford, Ky. si. Insur-.nc- .e EDMIST0N& OWSLEY J ABDALLAH South-wrst- fJTVa 1 DRY GOODS! NOTIONS, IXiuhle-bes- lt. CLOTHING, BOOTS, Shoes, Hats, Brsl-chu- s 1 1T.11T- -, KM-I- Trunks & Valises, Abdallah Messenger! A Handsome Stock of Dress Goodd -- b, year-ol- d Hlr-man.- in CTIlLILi LIZZIES i 111 bsll-br- ot Wed-ne.da- llamblc-tonla- n, e 2t 11 FAltM Cas-simcrc- 1 light-runnin- g I j. .v Y if-- .."" m StmMfittwMi! it nltn0r0uriral KTT. STA1TFOBD. Friday Xonlag. -- April 27, 1883 , iitr.r.Axit, 1U7, om er the iatk ntkit rLoattca M'ciatni'i ratatorie ror.ua. Ood of Justice! dol-o- f pawerl Do we dream T Can It be, In tbli Iin), In this henr, With the blowom mi tin tree, In the glidtoin nienlh of Jfy, When th young lsnib plsy, tt ben Hit mtnre Iraki aroun A On her taking iMMien 'WW, 7b reed wltblu the ground, Tli l.ud upon I tie hrngb t I II right, I It fair, That we etMi ef deepslr In tlilf land, on thl oaII eW tthereinirdittlnj Inter, Which we cultural with onr loll And wtttrcd tlb eur awtatf We hatej&iwtd, He Lave iowu, lint the crop was net ourown: We hare reaped, but harpy banda Swept the liinnl from our bnda We were perls hlng for food, When lot In l'lljlng mooj Onr kindly mice gate Tbo fit flulJ of tbe slave, While our rorn filled the minger Of tbewar-borsethe stranger. God of mercyl mutt this laetT Itlhl Hud preordained. For the pre aeit, and tbe pant, Anil the future, to In chained To Le rTgtd, to lw dralLed, To le robbed, to ho spoiled, To be trashed, to be wblpt, It roaring pinion dipt, And Hi eiery cffoit foiled? Do our numbers multiply Dut to rerlah anil to die? 1 this all our de tiny below Tbat our bodice an they rot Hay fcitihte tbe pct Where tbe hart est of tbe etrangcra grow? lie Indeed our fair, Far, far better now, though late, That we seek tomo other land and try tome other ' If tbla i ' i cone; Tbe coldest, bleakest ebore Will turely yield ui more Than the atorehouee of tbo straDger that we dare not call our own. OUll MIL, LI'. Way down upon de Suwance rlbbtr, 1 wouldn't hlowawfty. And yourteol succeeded. My berries arc all right, hid though," she added, guvlr. them in nn old hollow Cottonwood tree, and I'll go and get thom after tho storm is over." "Wcro you not frightened?" asked Edith, rm she helped Milly chnngo tho drenched clothing. sho answered, "Yen, Edio, I soberly, " and I prayed a littlo prayer but I didn't forget to cling tight." At length tho time camo for tho Dos-to- n auul to go homo. It was arranged t)iat Edith should accompany her father, in ho itrovn with his sister tho thirty mllos to tho city, whero sho was to tako tho eastcrn-bcmn- d train. They wcro to romrtln n day in town for tho purpmo o! As nhoiiiilnp;. returning on tho third. his pel daughter good Mr. Morganki-woby Iih wild playfully: "Now, Pussy, you must tako good caro of things whilo papa is gone. "I will, papa," was tho oaruost reply. ilisliko to go away," continued her father. "Everything is very dry and thero hftvo licon fires west of lis ; but Patrick and Hannah aro faithful and you lire worth a half dozen any day." "Don't worry, papa,;deor," said Milly, gyaly. "Just go and huvo n good time. Wo shall bo all right." Tho morning of tho third day was cleat A breeze from the oppoand pleasant, site direction during tho night had blown away thosmoko, and with it went the fear from tho heart of tho poor old Mack woman. Pat, too, was in good spirits, though, in his way, ho had been as lugubrious as Hannah. So they all went to i ork with a good will. Pat was ro shingling a barn; nannah was baking; for sho declared sho must do "heaps ol cookin'" beforo "Mars' Morgan and Miss Edith" should come ; and Milly was acting as littlo maid of all work to tho sablo cook. Sho washed dishes, butoccasiontered pio plates and cako-tinally leaving her work to dart into the sitting room, to assuro herself that everyg thing was in order for tho of her loved ones. "I i low. Tho father nifd uhlcr saw twrt too Uie for remedies. Milly "( djing I . Sho did nol appear to rtiflVr, but lay iineoiisciou, though at InU rvnls oho murmured littlo Mutchc of tlie li.Tinin sho loved JicM. Suddenly" sh sang, nml hor oieo was clear und strong as ever: the 1 rn.ts-C- De iirioll de chariot I IU wheel roll In (Ire. wV 5 long silonci) followed, bioken only by the labored breathing, ot tho littlo martyr. Then sho sang softly and slowly: Swing 'or, ewett chariot, ootuln' fet to carry watchers listened to The catch tlio remaining words; but thoy never were sung, unlcsj, it may lie, tho Rtraiu wn.4 finished in tho upper home. Uiifacii, tho mystio rlinriot had swung low. Independent. A hcait-brokcu OsTitluil feather bauds aro being used with good effect to outline largo hats, HOU'TO T.lh'TA TIIOVS.4NI) rOVXHS. Dnmli-bcll- s weighing not ocr flvo pounds each aro recommended, which should bo nsed regularly every morning and evening for half an hour for n year By this timo it will bo found that tho muscles of tho arms, legs and body will havo increased very much and When this firm and hard. condition has been acquired, then, and not till then, can n man think of lifting heavy weights ; for it ho canuot get his muscles and nerves in this condition, ho can never bcconio a lifter, oven with years of practice, as it takes strength as well as sleight to lift a heavy weight. Somo very good authorities recommend lifting at the commencement, adding that " you must not lift too much." But how can inexperienced hands tell when it is too much beforo thoy find themselves permanently Injured ? After tho year's excrciso with dumbbells, or otherwise, as previously suggested, then a man who is not ruptured or otherwiso injured can commence a systematic course of lifting, starting with not over 100 pounds, which he can lift as many times a day as ho is disposed to do for ono month. Ho can then add another fifty pounds to tho weight to bo lifted during tho second mouth's exercise, and so on, adding an additional d weight each month for twenty months, when ho will bo able to lift tho great weight of 1,000 pounds without any danger of injuring himself. This is a general rule, and any man with a sound body can reach it if ho only follows thoprescribed course, andnevcr tries to overdo tho thing. If tho weight will not como up without too much strain, stop, for it is too heavy for you at that point of your training. To lift correctly and without danger a person must stand erect, tho heels on tho samo line, tho toes turned out, tho shoulders thrown back and tho body resting squarely on the hips the arms hanging down by tho sides. Tlio legs should then bo bent merely enough to enable the hands to grasp tho handles or rings of what you aro to lift ; then lift by merely straightening the legs, and not by tho arms or tho body. If you have to strain, and tie weight doos not como up freely, then you aro attempting too much and shquld try a lighter load. When you hae strong enough to lift 1,000 pounds you aro in reality a strong man and should be perfectly satisfied to let well enough alone, for all who attempt to ex. cccil that point there is not ono man in 100 who, at some time or other, docs not injure himself for life. Somo fow do not, but they aro raro exceptions. become-exceedinglfifty-pounbo-co- "I s, To dtlTusivo and extravagant Americans tho most striking features of the country aro tho compactness of tho habitations and tho ottrcmo economy I may almost say the parsimony of tha method of tillage. Every squaro foot of ground is put to use ; has leon in nso for unnumbered generations. Hero and thcro In tho distanoo appear patches ot wood, carefully preserved and- guarded, but tho rest of tho land is almost baro of shade. Thcro is no brush or tangle of weed and wild flower by tho road side, no thicket by tho stream. Tho last of theso trespassers wero eradicated ages ago, along with tho last stump. A gray stono-wa- ll borders tho highway, s Tho aro often sunk two or three feet bolow tlio general level. Narrow ridges ot earth mark tho lioundaries of tho fields, and tho furrona aro driven so closo to them that it is a wonder how tho plow is turned. Siuglo ron s of stretch with exasperating regularity ncross tho landscape. They aro trimmed close, and sometimes every twig is removed except a bunch t tho cxtrcmo top; then they look liko liberty poles with bushes tied to them. There are willows by tho brook, but thoy aro poI kept for their twigs, which aro scrupulously cut off, and thoy Hit their scarred and knotted trunks, liko hands from which all tho fingers havo been amputated. Ono beauty of the country is In its fertility nnd tho varied contour of tho ground ; but tho traveler who looks ujon it cannot help longing for a littlo of nature's luxuriant irregu larity, nnd thinking how much more lovoly tho meadow would bo if a clump of alders grow by tho water, and n maze d of clematis and covered tho boundary wall. Wo passed a village built in tirraces upon a ridgo of liino Etonc. Tho rock under the houses was perforated with caverns closed by wood' en doors, nnd tisod apparently as stables or J. li. G. llattard'i letter to the, Xcw York lYlbunc. cross-roadpo-lars s, bind-wcestore-rooms. ts wntritn timk. CrirRCR DIRECTOR. MKTII0D18T,0UTII. OhJyBack! That's a common cxpn-. sioit nnd lias a world of meaning How much ml" fcrinij is .summed tip in it rrayer .Meeting ercry night cpl the third Thurtdar night. Hunday rVhool it 1 00 a, m. MorrlKin, Superintendent. Iter. II. C. OA1T18T. ltT. J. M. Ilaucn, Tailor. Herrlre 1 onMecond and Fourth rlundaya, morning anil night, Prayer Meeting erery Wednceday afternoon, HunJay rVhool at .I0 a. at. It. K. Marrow Superintendent. Worship by the congregation CIIKI.STIAN. day. Preaching by Dr ). W. Co and 1'ourth tard'a day. Hunday School onrVrond riuperlntendent. at t It. Jo, nilKSllYTIvUIAN, SOUTH. Iter. I, H. McKI I rtiy, pastor. Sunday School at SO. John W. fient, Superintendent. Union Prayer Meetlrgon Wednceday night. Bit. It. Sunday a Morrlton. morning and "IHMN1V IIWUTJ3. Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Tiir. Railway. osr.r line hujininii Pullimui Paluco Curs! AND HOI.Ul TltAINH LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO! The singular thing about it is, that pain in the back is occasioned by so many tilings. May bo caused by kidney disease, liver complaint, consumption, cold, nervous debility, &c. Valuable Blue-GraKOIl HAIilll ss Farm Patwiigera Irom the SraiutNoTirnA N. II. It. arrlte U lAUlatlile In time to lake the etenlng train of the Monon ltoute" and g" Ibrmigh to (Ircrucnttlr. CrntifAnlitf lllc, Idrajctlo nml fltlcngo nltliuiit change. Whatever the cause, don't neglect it. Something is wrong and needs prompt attention. No medicine has yet been discovered that will so quickly and surely cure such diseases as Hrown's Iko: UtTTr.Ks.and it docs this by commencing at the foundation, and making the blood pure and rich. Wm. 1". Manliall, of ImlUna.w rites : "My wife lias for many jcars been troubled from pain in her tack and general dclilily incident to licr sex. She lias taken one bottle of llrow n's Iron Hitlers, and I can truthfully say llut she hat been so much benefited that she pronounces it the only remedy of many medicines ilic lias Hied " I otter furulemy I arm t IO.I .Irrr-n.ellua-le-d TIMK TA1IM' near Walnut Hal, on the manuinl .1 Crab Or ItalTyT iiTiy. rhanl turnpike, S mile Irnm SUnfunl. Al-j- ul 40 STArillNN. gran, tlm.l aprlng, Acre In nitlltalloo; balance In plenty rood Umber ami well ailaptnl In itocv; In a J 4) pni a l am f,ii1.lll Urgalu the Air. Ilreenratlle,. ... Will tell at good nelghlmrhonl I 01 a ni t 01 p m at-j3 01pm tract of Und aud glte posieaalon at aujr time. frawfenlfrire I'er further purllrulari, lrci Ire of J. II llwtley, 1 13 a 111 4 1. p w Urayelte nt..f,.r,l. k' . or wrlle lo in at llatlll. Milan ; so a m a M m m t ninsgo county, tela. ItM-t- f IIi:Mt IIKII. The mill dim I route, with only one tuangeoi rare, to all point In Wisconsin, Mlnnet. low, NebraiKa, tc tor mriner luionn.iiun, -- ,m,,Ml'RKAY KKl.l.Klt,. P. A. !.. ttlsn J. Stanford Female College. .STAMOItl). KY. 2J. Ioulstllle, kr With a Full Corps of Teachers, AM, TIIH UUANCHKM OF 'LOUISVILLiI A Tht Institution will open It Thirteenth cVmIou ontbetd Monday In September lie it. NASHyiLlXfml 11. m .ii THOROUGH ENGUSHCOUnSE Are taught, at well a THKORIAT i.i' j Through Trunk Line MUBtO. TUB X.ANGUAOEB, DUAW INCI AND I'AINTINQ. TERMS MODERATE, - Al t in 1 union, price rangv iroiu iuiiijviu .L regular Department. I'rlraarf.tW, Intermediate tlO; PrcparaUuy, I0, and Collegiate, ltd. - ... . For full particular, at to Hoard. Acaddrea HHM. N. C. Tltlir.llllAHT, rrlurlnal. aianroN, uncoin 10., avy. Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST AND liomo-comin- BVLiruiUTixa is bull-fighte- mh.mco. Leading physicians and clergymen use and recommend Brown's Iron Hitters. It has cured others stiflering as you are, and it will cure you. Far, faraway; Dsr' whar my heart am turnln' eber, Dar'a whar de o!e folk atay. " r Gwlno to ride up In de chariot Booner In de inornln' 1 Clear as n bird song tlio voico floated winin through tho open, dow, wliero Bat .Edith Morgan and her nunt, Mrs. Jlaywanl, who had just come from Massachusetts to visit at this com fortablo Western home. "Why, Edith !" exclaimed the elder of tho two ladies, "have you a little negro hero? I thought old Hannah was was all you took "West." Edith flushed slightly, but smiled, saying : " No, auntie ; your critical cars deceived you this time. That was Oar 'Milly." "Indeed A voice liko that in n white Docs child is worthy of cultivation. she sing any other songs with equal pa vino-shad- ed 1 sho sang. But hark What was that! A cry of terror or distress, Sho flew to tho door, followed by Hannah. They saw Patrick crawling toward tho house on his hands and knees. " The pnino is on tiro ho shouted, a 'ittiig, immediately : tiosvly mother, I" ni' icilnl ! for it's helpless lam iu-" .I Iu" prairie was indeed on tiro, hough nt Huuiu distaucc. Pat, from his it li ,..,the burn, had spied it, and, 1., ,rL.t down and civo the t. alarm, had slipped on tho ladder and fallen to tho ground, severely spraining his ankle. "You must burn a sthreak, Miss Mill , and just as quick as ever yo can, liko an express for the Aro is 1 ti 1 . thos?" thrain." Milly understood sho had often heard of it and already, tho matches and somo bits of paper wcro in her "I must confess, auntio," replied Edith, "that her mnsio is mostly con fined to negro melodies, which sho has learned from Ilannali, but sho sings them all with groat fervor. Really, auntio, I hardly know what to do with Milly. I liavo hoped your coming might help mo out of tho quandary, Sinco momma's death sho has been under no control at all. Papa thinks whatever sho docs is just right, and so, of course, permits her to follow her own inclinations." Hero the conversation was interrupted by tho entrance of Milly herself. Sho did not look at all liko a "Tom boy," demuro littlo for sho was n sweet-facemaiden. " Milly," said her sister, "Aunt Hay-wathought you were a littlo darky when she heard you sing. " An irrcsisti-bi- o smilo broko over tho pretty face, and tho red lips parted, rovealing two rows of pearly toetlu Bio hold out two littlo sunburned hands, saying: "Not quito so bad ns that, auntie, though I am tanned 'most black enough, Edith says, and my head is most woolly enough." And sho shook back her tangled curls. " How would you liko to go back to Boston with mo and tako lessons in singing ?" naked Mrs. Hayward. Milly opeued her eyes with wide astonish-nien- t. rd v thing thcro is no changing her. Sho sever storms or acts naughty, liko other :hildren, but she will say, with the air it a sage: ' No, Edith, I must I I ought to I' and there sho will stay. Papa gays the is inado of the samo metal as heroea and martyrs, and I don't know but ho is to tho ground, whore "Why, auutie, I don't need to learn to sing. Iulmiyskuewhow. Itliouglat j on heard me." You see how hho is," said Edith. " WIhui tho makes up her mind to any. hand. "Where, Pat?" sho called. "Outforninst yon wiro fence. I'll dhraw water, and Hannah must carry it till ye, to shprinklo tho ground this sido yer fire." And Patrick dragged himself painfully to the well. Milly did as sho was told and everything succeeded bravely. Tho fright had a wonderfnl effect on Hannah's rheumatic limbs, and sho carried water on tho double quick. On camo the great lire, nearer and nearer. Milly could hear tho roaring and hissing of the flame, tho trampling and snorting of horses, and tho bellowing of cattle, as they raced for life. At the right and left of her tiro thoy passed, but tho child scarcely noticed them. Hho dimly saw, through tho sraoko, soveral gaunt prairio wolves dash by; but it seemed perfectly natural and Bho had no thought of fear. She was saving her home. With m et blankets sho whipped back Uie lire, when it threatened to como where it should not. At last sho had tho batisfaction of seeing so wido a belt of burnt land between her homo and tho great tiro that sho felt sure they were safe, and sho started to seek a refuge from tho blinding snioko in tho houso her efforts had saved; but, borno on tho came sailing a wind, far up in mid-air- , blazing mass of straw, and, to Milly 'a horror, it fell on tho house root. With almost superhuman swiftness she ran toward tho now scenoof danger. Up the stairs she darted, catching, as sho ran, a broom. From a dormer window she climbed out on the roof, and with a broom shoved the flaming straw TUB CUOWD. A crowd waiting for a train at an up A31USIXO country railroad station had ahcapoi fun. An old man camo thero with a small tin can which ho Bet down on tha platform. Thero was quito a crowd present, and among tho gang a farmer with a big yellow dog and a boy with his satonio majesty in his heart. The boy set out to hao what ho considered fun. Whilo tho farmer and the owner of tho can wcro not looking, ho inveigled tho unsuspicious coniuo over by tho can. Then he produced a cord and tied tho can to tho dog's tail. Theao proceedings were watched by many of tho bystanders with keeu interest. When tho job was done, tho boy drew away to give the dog a chance to run. But tho animal didn't. It just stood and looked miserable, Tho crowd whooped to start him, Tho commotion attracted tho notico of tho farmer and tho owner of tho can. Tho farmer was awful mud. Ho wanted to wallop whoever tied tho thing to his dog, and was about to rclcobo him, but tho old man interposed. "Run for your lives I " lio cried; " there's dynamite iu that can, and the minute tho dog sturts things will bo scattered round hero liko an carthquako had called." A great change camo over tho croud. Their looks of mirthful interest faded, Thoy turned and fled, Tho dog saw them going, and started after them. The farmer was nearly frantic. Ho anted to sato his dog, but, alter hesi tation, turned and fled, too. After him went tho dog, 011 the. gallop, drugging tho can. It didn't oxplodo at first, but thoy know it was liablo to at any minute, and thoy ran liko deer. Tho tralu came to tho station, and tho old man who had not fled boarded it and left, Finally tho can got detached from tho dog's tail. Then tho terror of tho mob bad subsided. They relumed to tho tation. Somebody discovered that tho cover of tho can had como oil'. Tho can contained only two eggs. Half the croud had intended to tako tho train, but by fleeing had lo.t it. Thoy wcro the maddest men alive. They couldn't get at tha old man for ho hud gone on tho train. But thoy took hold of that Iwy, and, whilo two hrld him, tho others His yells took turns with tho shingle. wcro heard two miles away, and tho hide 011 certain parts of him is all tired out. Ho won't try to auiuso a ciowd Main, ltoton J'o$t, aro dressed in all tho Tho colors of tho rainliow. They look very much liko tho faco cards of the pack en larged. It is reslly funny to see the Jack of Diamonds, tho King of Hearts, and all tho rest of tho royal family that aro so familiar to many ot onr readers, prancing aliout tho area. t at all. Iu reality thcro is no Thero is moro real danger in lighting a kerosene-lam- p or in calling n policeman a liar than thero is iu n dozen bull fights. Beforo tho bull is presented with tho freedom of tho arena several inches of his horns aro sawed off. Tho horns aro sawed off down to tho quick, Tho end of tho horu is as sensitivo to boil is to a tho bull as an army-sizeman. If a man lias a largo boil on his ho does not try to butt pcoplo with it. That's tho woy it is with tho bull with tho soro horns. Instead of nfshing aliout trying to impale tho bullfighter, tho bull is scared half to death for fear tho Jack of Spades or tho King of Hearts may accidentally bump against that soro horn. Tlio Jack of Diamonds, knowing this, gets right in front of tho dangerous brute, which turns tail for fear the face card will ran against tint soro horn. As soon as tho bull refuses to hurt his soro horn against tho Jack of Hearts tha air is rent with " ivos" in honor of tho reckless intrepidity of tho who gracefully bows his acknowledgtry in vain All tho ment. to bump against that soro. horn, but the bull is too smart for them. Thoy punch him with spears, thrust spikes, festooned with tissuo paper, iu,his side until he is dripping with blood, until the unfortu. nato brute is exhausted ; but ho never loses his presence of mind so much as to punch ono of the faco cards with that ro horn, Tcxa &'lft!nf. bull-tighd pei-sobull-fighte- r, bull-lighte- HALL'S Ratarrh RlE 13 EECOMMENDED BY MrYSICIAKq QUICKEST ROUTE raou Locuriuc to tiic SOUTH & WEST JftcktoDTill. Motile, it. J Niw UrltftBi. In Vtlltiout PULLMAN CARS Ne1iill, cbftDr ! Mtuttblt. t.llll. ItocV, Metflgentry lllie.tik tl,is.t.w-- l teistto kieatihak BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Pc. Cert Wllboat Cbsag lo ana Catarrh or mo mr, ujo Ulcorntlrol caiarrn IMTaRNAULV.nnd or Throat. It le taken thai Blood Late of Cbenault, 8crrnre .1 Co., ritanlonl, Ky., ncti DIRKOTLV upontho Cetem. nnd It Muooue Surfaooi of wltb Isf tho host Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, nnd lo worth ALU that I St CO.. M. charaod for It. for THAT nlono. Iniportera anil Jobber of Dry flood,, Kotlona, Ac, 537, S3, III Main Street, for. Hlttb, fiJJL? INTERNAL CURE FOR CATARRH JOS. SVIMKC, - ouauns of tho Natal SHORTLINETOTHE I'rcsa Loalstlll Calty-Chron- In palace Carewltbeutcbteg EAST J. ROBINSON 00 the EMIGRANTS will rrcaiT apctiai iosv rate St AcDla ol Ibis CMmpsny for tales, r eultt Ae.,orw,He C. f. At0Kt. 0. P. I. A. LnulBtlll. Kr. ZZWWZ t t.OTJIaVII.T.,12. - JCV. FOR JSALE Ilarlng concluded to remote loTexaj, t aalemy Itc-ldciic- ! ofler for offer And wo ... . Ono Hundrod Oolloro tor nny I a will w ilnrn. WllHW UI W.ll Hit '"JZ IVILXi CL'llt: AM' C'AS- lCo.'l Oflloo of A T Brawtar Cuioioo. Ill . Juno IhXJL I y J. nentyit Co., Totrtlo, tl i. Uturi. that I used Hall a CaUrth Curr. It baa tr-i-N Tim MAnicirrgj ... Don't Be Led Astray! Ily the ivcutlarly worded aJlertltcmentsof rlttl routes, whirh are liable to decelte tbe public The rhoricsl aud (Julis-- tl ltoute from Cincinnati Weit It the o aV BiiHlncHM Combined In one, tituileJ lathe ivuniiuii, ir..-nv.- n,n I ll cbard, Ky., on lncatrr itreet. Tbe building la two end one-ha- lf atorlca bUh, S9x2) feet and conIVOItTH BIO AIIOTTLK. la 20il0, In all elgbt room. The atore-roo- m . w rlte ItaToluul tain It f tlm.ir wltb counter! and ihelrlnK nlcelyand properly ar- Catarrh for 6) year. Half Catarrh Cure cured ranged, wltb all tbe outbuilding Deraury to me, uonuucru woruiemiw and tbe talteot tbe uioat faathlfoue, and bottw. all Drusritt at ,4 ct an abundance of pure water fur Urloktng and Manufartireij and enfiV F J CUiflfEV CO. ahade and fruit treee Eo-- a ITvuietora, TOUiW, OUIO. household puipoaea.boaullful adorning and beautifying tbe entire pienilae, all lnagoodand healthy coodltlon. Any on desirFor tale la Bttnford by Penny A McAlister. ing cheap yet raluable realdenre, aruoog a clever and proiierou people, would do well to call and examine tbe ptcnil.ee bclore pure hail ngelae where. Term, reejonable. W-- tr JOHN 1'. MTKODIU lioIwo rery bid nnd IIohhc, cured meIt will cure any raw) ot don't heeliateto C'atarrb If taVro ur 'hat town of Crab Or pruxicrij. l.rkti 01 & MISSISSIPPI 10 I W. flours ! rr Cincinnati to St. 'Louis Hours ahead of all other line. Dally Ti. Ins, with no change of cart for any claseol passengers. Afflicted, Attention DK. GANN'S REMEDIES FOH T1TE W. T. GREEN ! MILLION. K (1ANN, M I)., fYTANFOim, KY., Dealer In MAMUFACTUI1F.U IIV IV 2 12 Dally Trains to Loulstllle, wllh Free Parlor Can. Dally Tralna to Ktanttllle. 4 hour In ad- ranee of all Mbrr route, with on let ruing of cart. Dally Trsln, to Cairo, 7 hour qultirr Ihtn toy other line, and no change of car. Dally Trains to New Oilcans. No change of cart from Cincinnati. Hours QUICKi:"'""1' Cklr( "o"10 MONTICELLO. KY. Groceries, Hardwaro, QUEENSWAHE, Harness and Saddlery, Tbe world 1 ailed wltb tbe wonderful, Ujutl-fu- l ot man, yet all the and Intricate Intention combined talent and genlut Ibtt the worlJ hat et r known bat Meter produted anything that can compare with Mr. Hum' Kemrdlee" Medical skill and science hate, at yet, tailed to duroter any thing eoual to tbera, fir the cure of the dl euwe for which they are rrcommenJed, Aa their tlrluee and uses are praised by thousands Ibrouxh-ou- t tbe length and breadth ol tbe lanJ, and aa d, Staodard raiullr Medicine, they rannot tie ant are fully tubttanllatcd by the ttrong-e- st than by other Unea. Th O. .( H. It th.only lint with 4 Dally Tralna from Cincinnati to SI. Louis, lusting direct connections In tb. Uuloo Depot (at St Loul.jwlth Missouri Peclno Kallway, Si. Luult. Iron Mountain A Southern lUllwty, Chicago ft Alton lull, road, Chlrago, llurllngWu A gulucy lUllruadj Keokuk A M luli lUllroad, Wabuh. St. touts A pacific lUllroad, Mlanourl. KantuATtaat lull way, St Louis A San Francisco Hallway, rttillSdb Leu Time on the lHi Two Hour leu Chang of ctra Oily cui, and Imprest This Upon Your Memory. PIsOWS lU-t- f WAGONS. STANFORD. KY, OISJ.PPEAUASCR ANIMAL. Paris Kalhre, ono of tho leading journals devoted to the popularization of natural history, deplores tho rapid disappearance and threatened extinction of tho larger spccieof animals tho world.ovcr. Since man has been their competitor tho progressive diminution of their numbers has been very rapid, and the present ago may witness their entire disappearance. Tho journal notices tho fact that sinco tho competition offered by man, moro formidable than any other they Imvs had to meet, many species of tho larger animals havo already become extinct, and many of thoso which still havo living representatives Of TUB LAIiOKtl MYERS HOTEL, E. H. BURNSIDE, - tetlmonlls-A-.Is tbe only line by which you Tbs For Cbughs, OoMs, Croup, llroochltli, Consump St, Loula lion and all Illieawsu ol the Throat and Lungs, can get through car Irom Cincinnati to to money peylug eitra lare In addition without pall lor ticket. Umo Giuiii'm Cough For tickets, rstn, or ant Inhumation, call on Ticket Agcnteof connecting Unea. For Liter CompUlal.Dytpcptl. Indigestion Jtun-lic- e. -I- N ( Please call l 139 Walnut at, 41 Constipation, Sour btoraach and all llllloua PinrtinnnTil WctlFourtb it., (Irmd Hotel, Diseases, blllUllllldll ot Dcot foot of Mill street. W. II, SIIATTUC. Uhc ClaiiiVH Cure. W W.PEAIIODV, (leu I Pa awugtr Agt tlcu'l Suiierlnlcndcnt, Cincinnati. For Itbeumatlaro, Neuralgia, Sprains, Ilrklsr and Swellings an external application fur manor beast t. lr. Njrup. Dr. I.trer Uho Dr. Ghiiii'm I.luliiicut. Propr For Pile, Hemorrhoids, Hums, Fistula and all similar uistues, KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. ar raa IIOUTE Who This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Boputation, -- AND Dr. GhiiiVm Pile Ointment. Cut, Hums, Ulcers aud Oil Boris, ct MOST DE8I11AULE For Fresh T-O- Uhc Dr. Gniii.'ri lUUcr-SwcOintment. Iti Proprietor it Determined that It Bnall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Qnesti. eoa-ey- UfieDr.GHiiii'riNtoiiiHch ItUicr-A Reliable Toole. Appctlier and lllood Purifier, and also curee IlyiMptla, Indigestion, Liter And decidedly the Popular ltoute, affording, aa It docs, lea change and superior accommodatlona to CINCINNATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texas, it was quenched right," Mrs. Hayward remained in her brother's home from early Juno until August, and every day Milly grew mora and more into her heart, till tho childless woman (elt that bho must havo tho littlo West-e- m flouer to brighten her city home. Dut Milly was firm in her refusal. " I cauuot leavo papa I" sho would ay. "Ho has tho first claim on mo." Olio day in tho summer she hod gone somo distance from homo to pick when thcro uroso ono of thoso terrible etortni so common iu some parts of tho West ; lightning and ruin, accompanied by a furious wind. While tho family wcro iu groat distress over Mil-labsence, bho camo galloping homo oil n pot cow. When questioned, sho ber-ric.- x, y's by Pat. j ausnered : "I heard Brindlo'n boll just beforo tho storm camo on, and I kuow tho cows wcro nil going down to tho fork to drink, and their path leads right through tho berry path. Ko I nailed a inluiito or to, till they came tiling along, ami then jumped right on Drimllo's back. I know by the clouds tliat wo were going to have u blow, and I thought she was so big thu wind couldn't carry her oil", and I meant to liuir her tiuht uiul IU low n Hannah was by this time at tho open window with water for Milly to pour on tho roof. Sho caught a pail and dashed the contents on tho flame, unheeding that her own clothing was on Are; but Hannah saw, and, seizing a bed quilt, sho climbed out of the window, almost as quickly as Milly herself had done, and wrapped it about her pet to smother tho Uanie. Hannah had doue her best, but beforo sho reached her tho calico dress was burned literally off, as was nearly all her clothing. Tho blazo was cosily extinguished, but it had done its work. With hearts clouded with terror ami forelwdingd, Mr. Morgan and Edith drove toward home that aftcruoai over tho blackened dosert that had been so beautiful but tno days before. Tho shadow hftod 11s they camo iu sight of tho coy btuurfing safe in an oasis of green. "Thank Qod I" said Mr. Morgan, and Edith leu ponded "ivmeu 1" lint when thoy reached homo thoy found Borrow enthroned awaiting them, Milly wise, gentle, bravo Milly burned almost past recognition, Jay upon tho bod, her chaired curls blackening g farm-hous- aro daily diminishing in numbers. to and from thedeptl MaiK ag a will be Tho nnimals which aro unfortunately iree oicnarg.. nperiai acromnoaauois 10 to Commercial Traieler. The liar will be doomed to speedy destruction compriso alnaya aapplled with the eboltett braid of LUaort aid Cigar i. thoso upcciea which aro hunted with profit, or thoso whoso existence is to that of man. In tho struggle they aro called iiikjh to sustain for thoir otistenco they labor under tho special Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. disadvantages, as compared with smaller The ouly Hue ruquiog animals, that they require more abundant supplies of food, and that their PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPIN0 OAKS reproductive powers uru greatly inferior, The great flesh eaters aro already fust disappearing beforo thu bullets ot uinbi-tiou- s ywm liou oud tiger hunters ; tho whales and othor groat mammalia aro becoming I.OUlHTlllt!tClllClllIl(tliUUllI,CX riiorniETOit. lilKtOIl Ky. scarce ; the largest of tho deer family, tho elan, is less widely distributed than formerly; tholurgebtof wild cattle, tho "WASHINGTON Ilarlug bad thlallottl nu rocks, which ouco ranged over tho Couucctlng In tauie Atul wllb fast trains lor whole ot Europe, is now ouly found in I'roni basement to garret, tho forests of Lithuania and Moldavia; Iniuml to Keep It In h Strictly tho bison no longer coers tho prairie Flrni.G'lHv Manner, with boundless holds; tho great urnia-dill- o And tear uotblng undone tbat will add to tbe The Direct Boute to Lynchburg, Dan ville, Norfolk, is dihuppeuring from South AmeriCOMFORT OF MY GUESTS. ANDca, ami tho kangaroo from Australia. dun-gero- and West. If you Tb Complaint, Malarial Fetrra and all periodical cooteNorth, Northwest any direction,In fsct.Interest your trip In uplil Disease. Mauufacturtd and fur sale bf will he bMlsrrttd by purchulng your tickets tie ewb way 3; K. C. nd GA3ST3ST, 3wE. X)., wan PalaceCincinnati. Tralna Day Cotchee,Pull and lata, Kltgant New handsomely furnished Xecllolng Chair Cars form SB-A- ll order Sole proprietor, Monllcello, Ky. tbe unciusled equipment of Ibis Old hellable, M-by m.i! will rccclte piompt atteutlon, thereby miking a trip oter thta line on ol luxurious comfort and pleasure. Try It, W. IC ism 01110I TIMETABLE, SuUTU. IN fcrFKOf DEC. 31, US. No. i. . Kentucky ltouto East Lte. t'otlugton,. 11 ST.ASAPH HOTEL. Arr. Cyulblana... Paris... U lucbrstcr Ml. sterling Falmouth... Leilugtou... , Lte. Arr, a ui Mam pm 30 a u 3 43 p m 12 13 p ui 6 33 p ui 123 pm 7 SO p in 2 21 p n S 20 p ui 01 p m 00 p m U I 00 10 am 10 No. 4. No.. 230pm 00pia 4 10 pm Vllpu 10 II lw 08 10 11 to pm put pm am in am pm " Aablaud u lluutlngtou.... Mount t ut No. 7 21 p p n- - m ......- ......... ..4 JO II 53 12 10 2 43 63 S. No. 1. No. 6. ......... W. S, FRANCIS, a soliiTteain CITY. STANTOItO, - - ICY. Lte. Huntington . Aahland. " Mt. Sterling " Wlnchtstrr . Arr. Leilngton .. Lte. Leilngton.. . Parla 11 Cyntblana.. " Falmouth . Arr. Cutlugton. - ...... ui ............. 12 21 p m 0 a ni 1 13 p m 7 CO a m 2 10 p 111 7 41 a in 8 15 pui 3 00pm 63pnl 3Mpm 4Wa m 4 43 p m 10 IV a u 323 pm U 13 p m II 33 a m 1 13 pm IIU1111 0 30 a m 7 13 a m ......... B 30 10 lutu vlliui Kci'uniisiied nnd Ilcilttcd I l5u. rv. ro. w 3IAYSVILLK DIVISION. Lr. LciliigtouApm. Arr. May till - 11 No. 12 u a u. I'sri Ms; (till 12 40pm uaT.iiu ovj am. iraingion v Mmw..II1 H Letlugtoua Ua.i. 83 10pm zoam pm Thousands are being cured of Catarrh Are nOtred Cure, that SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS the doctors had given up and said could , not be cured. 75 cents a bottle. Bold by To patrunlt me, u I bare iry oiTenleucejuch aaNlCKHAMl-I.tltUOMSdc., fur tbelruae. Peony A McAlitter, (Stanford, Ky, Thousands bear witness to the positive Baggage Transferred to and from curative powers of the Oreat German the Depot free of charge, Bee advertisement, Bold by Penny & McAlister, Stanford. W. N, rUANVlH. aire iu a call. very year with Hall's Catarrh Commercial 'Xruvelers tu uaaliluglou, 1'ullnitu bleeueratu Kant wba rail.. W V. and Itetllnlcg Cbalr Car lo u. Slope only at stations ou K. C, It. 11. wbrrellme It gliru. No. 2 tuns dally, except Sunday. hM Ibruugb coaches I o Huuilngton. No. buoday) through All Virgiula nnd North Carolina 4 rune ually, etrrpt parlor car baa Mttitille. machea to to Mt sierliugtnd No. 8 I'oints. ruut dally, baa rlrgaulday coach rruui Wuhlug-toPullman Sleeper from Kanawha Fall nnd For tltktts and further Infuruiallon, apply to parlor car from Lexlug'oo lo Ciudunatl. Ouly ygurneare! HcWtl oilic,or addivse three tlop. No. I and lun dally, eicept Buu-da- y. ud uat tbrwugb coacbee from lluullogtun J AM I.N V. KKNNT, and Mt. Sterling. Direct connectlou at Leilngtoa Ueul. Western Agent, with ttagx fur llkbmond.K j., Lawranceburg.l.y., 310 W. Mulls Nl LuulsTllie, Ky. aud Verwllles, Ky, (J.W.llfcNDKU, 11, w. c, w. NMirii, C.L.I1UOWN, Superluteiidtnt, Ueu'l Pau'r Ag'l. Utu'l Pus. ATkt. Agt, Otu'l ManKr, Ueneral otflcet, Cutlngtoo, K y, ltkhinouJ, Virginia, No. 0 ruut dally and baa day roacbi from . ( fiii.li:k, . I