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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 1, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883050101_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: May 1, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .? VOLUME X.-NUMBER Semi' Weekl 510. Jontt-Betkner d side-track- nbfim Imtftnu. 1, 1883. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 143. another occaiion I lost a froln." Tho A Small Bo'i Competition. Row. "Lost a train?" Today I got at tho true inwardness A "young idea," of this city, says it AM tf. ROKDKTT. 1. W. MOWN. "Yes, sir, lost it completely. It of tho row between Colonel Thomas boros him awfully to have to write W. P. WALTON, DUnDETT A DROWN, - Editor and Proprietor was a local ficight, and was a littlo Laurens Jones and Judgo IJeckncr. It compositions and he always writes ATTOHNKVH A.T IA."W. T. R. WALTON, - Buttnest Manager lato. It left F twenty minutes seems that IJeckncr in conversation them short. We havo obtained copies r MT. VKRNON, KY. timo, and was duo at M in with a friend said that Col. Jones was of two of his last, which aro no less T.W.VillOK, WAttiOB I. VltHOK. ritr,lll,etVTHfiity (in, y,ltau, forty T. W. A W.E VAHNON, minutes, whero it was ordered a fossil in fact, an ichthyosaurus, distinguished for wit than for brevity. ATTOltNEYH A.T X.A.AV, to side track for No. .1, a fast express. and needed to be scaled with a fish TO Tim FLY. STANFORD, KY. SU.IfO 'jJ3It ANNUS!. Offlc In Owilj A ton't netr building up stair. F and M wero cloven miles apart, knife, and soaked for six months in Tho fly is a domestic animal, he is M. PEYTON, TTIeedri't send etampi In payment of mb- - and No. 3 could not leave F until St. Jacob's oil beforo he could get tho generally found near tho molasses can. sr rlrdlnn. eirc pi to niea change, and then of ile- STANFORD, KY, tho local was reported stillness out of him, and becomo avail- tho fly is a harmless animal not being ed at Will practice In the Courts of Lincoln and Dotiilnatlone nit oter three cents. counties and tli tiipjrlor Court and Court M . Well, I waited an hour, and able for any purpose compaliblo with furnished with as good weapons of do ot Appeal,. Special attention 7T '- ilrtn to collections, -112 - then called M , who had (ho message tli'o needs of modern civilization. Of fenso as tho Hornet. They say that Oflr on Lancaster t. X ? We TralnlDitpatchtr, Hie Work and Rrtpon-- for ALEX. ANDERSON, tho local, and asked him whero courso, tho good natured friend told flys drink. I havo nover seen llys Druggists and I.ooksellcrs, tlbilititt. Art'OIlNEY A.T LAW, tho freight was. He didn't know. In this to Col. Jones, who was greatly that wcro worse off fur liquors but I DANVILLE, KY., (rent cares almost universally lias- Stanford, Ky. Will prattle In the Court, of Bojle and adjoining Opora Houso Block, ten naturo in heaping up tho appear- tho meantime tho express was at F , incensed at tho gratuitous insult, and have seen liquors worso off for flys. eounlleaand In tho Court of Appeals. tiii: HORNET. ances of age. Young men suddenly and tho passengers wcro getting mad. remarked in his most sarcastic manJ. D. PISU. Al tornoy At Law. Tho Hornet is a red-hchild of r And Mailer Coromlaalorier ltockcaille Orciilt Court falling heirs to great responsibilities Thirty minutes more and still no ner that Bill IJeckncr was a pachyMT. VERNON, KY. ho is always ready for action at soon heedtno protnaturoly old, and not train. Then I ordered No. 3 to ruu derm. This epithet camo to Beck-ner'- s Will practice In the Koctrastl Court!, Oollcc- cautiously to M . Sho did so, but cars, and so theso two great and any time of tho day or night, if a per tlom a specialty. Office In I3 a few havo lost their identity, oven ME fThUFFMAN, to their nearest friends, boncnth tho found no local. To say that wo wcro good men becamo as "sweet bells son or animal comes within twenty ft. PHARMACISTS STANFORD, KY. of him ho lets his iavlin fly what SUHOJJON weight of caro suddenly imposed up- paralyzed is putting it mildly. Ten jangled out of tunc." Offlre fioulh ilde Main Dtreot, two doore a bora They are reconciled now, after a would it pay a man to kill 99 hornets the Mjere Hotel. rttM ix. on thern. Men rushing through life minutes later W , n littlo station (lb? .TrlilC&tfffoTCLfo -near tho city, roportcd tho local there. fashion. It camo about in this wise. and lot tho 100th ono but him with FureNllroui Olid Ou admlnUlered when reeu -.urugH, .books, Stationory quired. with tho burdens and responsibilities Sho bod got by M raj and Fancy Artioles. in somo way Thcro was much feinting and somo hisjavlin. A scnslblo person never oi ordinary mortals on their t rv aa. v t i tl rnjijciaria- - preacnpiiona accurately cnmpnmi.ird. countering before their Christian im- goes wilniu livo miles ot a nornets Blue-Grawithout disturbing the operator. upprcciato tho terribly Farm For Sale I Alan never hunted so diligoutly for pulses brought them together. When nest. My advico is to keep clear of heavy burdens boruo by men upon I . uu.i iu, pair. I'li.Kirij, 1117 lanu 01 o,o Atrra JKIVKIKKNII e whoso shoulders havo been laid the an honest man in tho degenerate days at last they stood faco to faco, and a Hornet as lie is too sociable.- - of exellent Und.wlih a large brick and len rnoun, wimin a irBiueretiafnrerouiiiiDfu.oi mile of the new SUnf.rd A Preachemllle pike. lire. of hundreds of pooplo and mill- in which ho lived as did wo for that gazed down into tho depths of each Frankfort Yeoman. Nev orchard, fmh end medlrml water In ebtin. Largest Stock of Watches, others' hearts, tho colonel demanded train." ions ofjtlojlarsof property. dance "Blessings," exclaimed Sancho, "on tenant houie. Jn (ran, SUO acra, IdcIiiiIIdi a neat Clocks, ii Sllrerwnrf aud balance til"Why did you leavo tho business?" to know why tho jedgo had said such Tlmlwr abundant. Church "ca, sir, I dun't mind telling you "Because I was growing a yoar old- horrid things nlmut him. Tho dark him that first invented sleep. It lable. near br. and the nelghtornood and achoul- Crer brought to thla market Trlca Uwer than home unexcelled. f why it is," answered tho conductor ol It li iu uiweiu iaicnea,uivi and Jewelry lie. dnlratle farm wraps a man all aiound like a cloak." Tide not often that Mich a me at Stanford,11 for ule. lrcd on abort notice and Warranto!. perfect Addreia Kr , or ono of tho accommodation trains run- er every week. I had tho work of browed railroad commissioner haught- It is a delicious moment certainly un inv a. me larm. lZMjr-ort- f ten men upon my shoulders. You ily informed the colonel that he "nev MKN.NARAII COOK ning out ot tho city, in rrpuuto to a often hear about tho brave engineer er could abear" a man who dressed in that of being well nestled in bed, and Thousand! of graft ir reporter's inquiry as to why his hair annual. f robUwl oftbelr feeling that you shall drop gently to vlctlmi. Htm nrolonsed. was so strcuked with gray, whilo his clinging witli linn resolve and calm broadcloth on week days, slept with sleep. The good is to come, not past; tiapptntu an J health re awMPM .Hort. irj um 01 me great faco indicated a yoang man scarcely resignation to tho throlllo while the kid gloves on his hands, and frizzed tho limbs havo been just tired enough is plunging on toward inevita- his Hyperion locks with a curling over thirty. "Many havo asked mo engino tho remaining in one posture GERMAN INVIG0RATOR! AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ble destruction. His responsibility is iron. At this bold declaration, the to render Which poiltlrelT andpermanentljr rurea ltiipo-trncf- l, if I bad not at so mo period of my lifo (cauaed by excesart of an kind,) Aicmf-(idelightful; tho labor of the day is iyeakneim, and alldlaeaiea thai follow been tho victim of somo sudden and nothing. He has only a singlo train, colonel started with surprise Then, done. aa loai of energr, kiaol A gentle failure of tho percep- aequenceorttelf-Abuaunlreraal laultude, pain In the back, awful calamity. You havoread, of and has no duty but to obey rules. in tones wlsoso freezing dignity was tions como creeping over ono the memory, of eltlon, premature old age, and many dlmoeae Tho train dispatcher has a hundred half thawed by unshed tears, he own other dlaeaeea that lead to ronautapilon and a precourse, of, hair turning gray in a it- mature (rare, for circular with trains under his finger that presses ed up to tho broadcloth and kid gloves; spirit oi consciousness disengages free br mall. The lWUlOltATUIt through fright. Mine was not self more and rooro, with slow and la aold at II perbox.oraix boxea for 19, br all drugglate,or will be tent free bj mall, aecurelf caused thaf way. Was I lwrn that upon tho koy. A moment's delay to said ho had been raised that way, and hushing degrees, like a mother de- aealed, on receipt cf price, br addreealne ISIock, if. J. CIIKNET, way? Ob, uo; at twenty my hair was a paticngcr train, a trifling accident could not forsake tho habits of a gen. taching her hand from that of her 113 Adaraaatreet, Toledo, Ohio. to n freight, and the dispatcher is tlcman; but as to tho curling irons, ho Sole agent for the Dnlted State. 1 jrj as black as a coal. Thoso streaks of sleeping child; the mind seems to have gray wcro. caused by my three or four custcd. The eight hours you put in had not touched ono for many days. a balmy lid closing over it liko the eye; Dcalrea to call attention to the Large and Comprehensive Stork of RICHMOND years' experience as n train dispatcher bending over your koy seems liko a "Aud if elected to preside over tho 'tis closing 'lis more closing 'tis Groceries, Provisions, Confectioneries, Tobacco, Cigars, Ac, week. Your head swims and grows peoplo of this grand old commonon a great trunk lino running out of closed. Tbo mysterious spirit has Which he keens alwaya on band. Make a specialty ol Handling Oooda at Wholeaale on Small Profile. dizzy beneath its awful responsibility. wealth," said he, "1 will never Chicsgo. Gooda delivered within town limits free of charge. gone to make its airy rounds. Jo more train dispatching for me if aheml hardly ev " hero Beckner People who climb on a passenger Leight Hunt. I bare reccntlr owned In Richmond a Urea and train when sho is two or three hours you please. I was odercd that posi- fell upon his knees and implored him tion on this road with a comfortable to say no more and all would be forMr. George F. Edmunds, decidedly complete Planing Mill, and am prepared to furnlah lato littlo imagino what endless planererr kind of ning and management it takostogct salary, but told them all I wanted given. With a glad cry tho colonel tho most conspicuous of all the candi MATERIAL! her through safely. Lot a freight was a train. All those gray hairs opened his arms and tho railroad dates the republicans havo hopes or BUILDERS' get behind timo aud wo can haudlo that you notico wero caused by my commissioner of Kentucky buried its fears of, says that he will not be a can DEALEItS IS her by running her on another train's short experience as train dispatcher." head upon his manly bosom and stain- didate. Still ho has the "bee in his U'catlicrboanlliiR, Floor-lug-, Clovcland Herald. ed his snowy shirt front with its bonnet." It hums as yet and docs not time: but a passenger breaks up evo Doors, SaNli, Blinds, JLtUhs, tears. I am told there was sting. Mr. Edmunds would like to Henry Clay onco owned tho lot oprf thing on tho road. A train dis8ulnj;lcg. Monltllugs, Ninlr-WBJ- 8, patcher must bo familiar with every posite tho Whito House, in Washing- not a dry cyo in tho house, and Bro, be President, but ho is not anxious to run next year. He is a ate. circumstanco and every possible com- ton, and Commodoro John Rogers Beckner was unusually fervent at the bination of circumstances. Ho must wanted it, but tho old whig persistent- next Wednesday night prayer meet- person, with no fondness for forlorn can be at price auch aa the aboie He sees it is a very bad time Aa I aellin Loularllle, ClnclDnatl,or artldea whole-aa- le hopes. Lex. Cor. Cincinnati Nows. know on just what portions of tho ly refused todisposo of it. On his re- ing. bought other houaea, I am an re I can make it to jroui for bees, and he is pachydermatous road fast timo can bo made, and give turn from tho Mediterranean tho Com to patronlte home lnatltutlona. I am Jefferson Davis' estate of 500 acres enough not to be stung, although he alao a practical orders accordingly. Ho must uovf r modoro brought in ono of his vessels a at Beauvoir, Miss., is now mainly must listen to the humming Mr.. givo an order for certain timo to be lino Andalusian jackass, which Clay to grapes and oranges. He Edmunds keeps his head plumb. made unless ho is positively certain wanted for his Kentucky Block farm. told a recent caller that the neighborAnd am prepared to furnlah dealt na and eatlmatea jd for building and all klnda of acroll work. that tho grade and condition of tho All his oilers wcro rejected, until ono hood was equal to anything iu Flori N. Y. Sun. That I am doing no email bualneaa, can be Judgweather will permit of such timo be- day tho Commodoro said: "You can da in natural advantages for winter been to church ed from the fact that mj bank account runa from Little Johnny had 11.500 to 12.000 per week. ing made. Today I may order a traiu bavo him for your lot opposite the resort. Ho mentioned several poiuts and heard n very obese parson. On Contracting and building done promptly and at Salt, Liruo, Comont, Pield Seeds, Plows and Farming tlelng price. Addreia to run from station A to station I), Whito House." "Done," was Clay's on Mississippi Sound as affording raro tho way home he remarked: a., h. nrAiruKU, xmpiGxnents. Call and see tho gennino Hamilton Plow . 13 reply, and tho animal was shipped oil clmnces for capitalists and another for n traiu to ruu from What a uorful stomach that to make money Representative Newspaper of the South. to A, whea thosamo order to Kentucky. Tho Commodore built by errcling hotels. preacher had! Didn't seem right, TIJE WEEKLY would prccipitato a collision. You tho now historio houto which Secretathough, for him to get off that joke." A Pari, lady called ou her milliner have got to know all tho men on tho ry Seward occupied during the war. "What joke?" interposed his father." the other day regarding the character lino. Why, on tho road that I work- Here I'uyuo endeavored to assassinato "Why, don't yon know," returned of a servant. The respectablo appear ed on tbcro would bo engineers uud him ou the night wheu President LinAN OltOAN OF Jobny, "when ho put his hands down anco of the latter was beyond questionconductors that cuuld never get a train coln was shot. The lot is now valued whero his vest stuck out ing. "But is she honest?" asked the on tho part through on tiaio. Tiieu there would at 840,000 said, 'Mau wants but little here Live Issues, Living Ideas lady. "I am not so certain about aud bo others that would nover bo late l'AKNELla PcACErUI. BnOTHEH. that," replied the milliner. "I havo below."' N. O. except in cuo of accident. Why, Johu II. Parnell, a brother of tho fa WITHThe Mugby Junction tea party is a sent her to you with my bill a dozen sometimes during my eight hours of mous Irish leader of that uamc, owns An Ekemt Or and she has never given me tho device of Massachusetts invention for times duty I would givo 250 train orders. tho largest peach farm in tho world. uiouoy." yielding fun and money for churches. MONOPOLIES, '0LIGARCH1SM Just think of that n moment. Hero It is situated about six miles below A horrible discovery is said to havo Baskets containing supper for two per is u passenger train four hours late West Point. There are 125,000 peach been mado by tho Old Testament re- sons are sold by auction, each bear ed and a freight THE SPI11IT OP SUBSIDY 1 at almost treos in it, besides a largo number of ing the card of tho woman who preevery station. Of course that puts other kinds of fruit trees. They cov-o- r visers. Thoyord "rib" iu tho" second As embodied In chapter of Genesis, used in describ- pared the meal inclosed and tho pur overy train behind timo. First I havo 700 acres. Mr. Parnell has plantchaser has her for a companion at ta to order the operator to put out his ed 500 acres of young trees this year, ing tho creation of Eve, ought more correctly to bo rendered "tail!" This ble. THE flag and hold tho train for orders, aud and reports his business a puying one. -iMauy farmers who secure for them WEEKLY COD I3NT and then I have to eend tho order and This year's crop will bo tolerably good, is, indeed, confirmation strong of tho theories of Darwin. selves all the labor saving improveIlea no superior aa a great family and political wait for it to bo repeatod back. At notwithstanding the freezes. Savan- bIow in arranging similar paper In tb newspaper world. Ita circulation Is tho samo timo a train may he passing nali Nows. The largest railroad depot in tho ments are .txM.Yl' TIHKS CAltaF.lt This is neither helps for their wives. world is being built at Birmincham. a statiou fivo miles away, whero I Than any political newspaper In tb Houtli, and Is Win. T. Dodson, of Danville, V., gallant nor fair. want to hold and side track her. All England, at a cost of 81,250,000. It excelled bj but few In the United blatw. It two colored men to bring him a each week the moat complete auinmary of will cover n total area ot 45,000 this timo I must not only keep a clear hired A Tennessee schoolmaster kissed the the Dewa of t be world, aud Ita editorial column, human body for- dissection, which ho are alwaya (Henry Watteraou, track for tho passenger train, but equaro yards, or over eleven acres, girls as a punishment and before the able, etrong and bright. Auiona the placed in his own room wrapped in ESPECIAL FEATOIlEtl must unnecessarily detain tho freights. aud will have threo platforms, each term was out ho had women of forty-fiv- e Are Telegraphic Hpeclala from all the leading poln t bod clothing well saturated with coal and Europe. Serial and Short Boston Post. In the United StateHeroooa the day alter delivery Sometimes right in tho middlo of n 1,000 feetloug. joining tho school. Htorlea, Talinage'a oil, with a lighted caudlo standing up- In Urooilyn Tabernacle, Market Reports, Fashrush of business liko this tho wiro Kcporla, Ono great unpleasantness attending Tho sunshine oi spring is beautiful, ion Letters, Turf and Block Poetry andAnawer to ho disappeared, expecting DepartCorreepoodeuta' Department, will break or somo operator will leavo it. Then ment lor Children. No Horn In the Country tho body would bo burned beyond a man's getting married is his utter except wheu it rests upon the napless ahould be without It. his koy open. Then everything is to that insiguificeuce on tho occasion. Tho gloss of a broadcloth coat SVBSVMtlVTIOX TEKHS: pay. Fortuuatoly tho train dispatch- recognition and under the supposition bride is the object of attention, as the Dally, 111 a year; Sunday. 11 1 year; Weekly, N. O. Picayune. that ho had been burned to death, his singly copy one rear, It .60: Fire copies, one year, er's order is tho law. Every employe 13 SO. After a club ol He baa been sent us tb star performer of tho show, aud lie is A horso thief in a western prison club rataer can, throughout the year, add ataxia is bound to oboy it. 60 wo do uot family could collect tho amount of a aubacrlpllou st our lowest club rate 11.10 for life insurance policy recently obtaiued. regarded merely as necessary property.i complains bitterly that the chaplain is yearly subscriptions. Yearly, eubacrlpllooa only havo to worry about that. Our term lor lee can be received at thl.rau. The scheme failed. A Pennsylvania Protectionist was a Presbyterian, while be was brought tbau a year are It for eight nionlbe; 73 cent 'Did I ever have an accident? No; for six months; SO cent for three months. A aampl copy of 'Weekly CiurltrJimrtwl Is sent A Hopeful Skin. The most hope- astonished tho other day when ho up a Methodist. but I'yo'como mighty near it. Oiico free of charge lor examination on application Liberal cash couiulatlon allowed can, steers, aud ful iudication of a democratic success heard the preacher announce from I loft tbo oflico by permission in care out At sent them freeofchsrge. Address PILES t PILES! PILES I ot my assistant, and wln I returned in 188-- is tho frequent mentiou of the pulpit thut salvation is free. Ho W. N IIALUKJlAN. FreeldenlCourlcr-JournalCo- ., Loularllle, Ky. to his Congressman to Dr. Deiiiliiir'a Xew Vlteoretil for I found that ho bad two trains run- Jno. A. Logan by tbo republicans as wrote at unco la a radical change from tb old remedies I'll rat ning toward each other ou a single a great strong man. If Logau is strong, know why he let it bo put on the free heretofore In use. The Vlecorery la tb result of Seuiocratio and for a Tariff for Kevenue only. .3ST3D then tbo strength of tho party must list. yean of patient tcleutlflc study and Inrretlfatlon track, and ouly a station between dlaeaae. The sprlug crop of railroad maps Into tne character of thta painful on PennyTo conthem. J fortunately, I got a message bo, iu the language of Undo Itemus, A fine you ol Its great merit, call shows such a network oi branching NIco lot of Horses mill Flno Turnouts. Ilutcs rea St. Louis Stanford, or W. M. Weber, Ml. Vernon, to tho station in time to flag tho first "pow'ful lackinV STANFORD. KY. and intersecting lines that'thero docs and get a sample bos free ol charge. train that gut there, but if ono of them sonable. There nothing more certain than tb use of had happened to havo passed there A man up town made a wager with not seem to be any room in the coun Drown' IiExpectorant for a aeiere tough, which "W. P, "WAIiTON, - . Proprietor. would havo hecii a fearful accideut. 11 lady that ho could thread a ueedlo try for agricultural operations except will ultimately lead to Consumption or Chronic 81a of Stage, JO16O. Eight complete sets ol Born. Ilronchllls, If not cured. II taken when lbs cough ery Sealing capacity, Including gallery, too. It was a very natural mistake. My quicker than she could sharpen a lead between the ties. . . UeaeonsbU rate to good attractions. Addreaa la firat con'racted a lew doaea will online you of , Ii wanted by me. I will pay the higbeit market price. Ialiodtalin a aboe. assistant had been with mo two years. pencil. The man won. Timo, fourAll dticaies resulting from m I tamer I te. rorsaltby Penny A McAUater, Stannervous debility, mental anxiety, degree- - ford, and W. M. WeUr. Mt. Vernon. Ho had everything all teen minutes and forty seconds. It is One of the present received by MIw ! J. Morrlton, right, but had forgotten tho 'unwrit- thought the result would bavo been ton of spirit and functional derangement of botllT.otDrowu'a ol Worlbluglon, Ind., says 00 Delia Stock, who was married iu Expectorant worked lUeacharm And caa tupply it in any quantity. nerrous sjsteui, cured I) Gemini Invigo-rito- r, ten law' of tho road prohibiting two didereat if tho lady had uot runout In bit family. UI,conlucd of lttwndrfuleu-retir- e N. Y., was a fine live pig, pregee udtcrtUement. For asle br qualltl. a. KorsaU by Penny A McAUater, N.HMitHMl, trains passing on a singlo track, On of lead pencil inside of fivo minutes. A. W. l'eunr ft MoAllster. sented by a brother of tbo groom. btanford, and W M. Weber, Mt. Vernou. IJl-ly- WALL PAPER TRIMMED AND HEADY ! PUT ON, " str-e- M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S T na-tu- Court-hous- K'JkJbtov -- DKTI8T, zs Dio-gen- m ss j blue-gnu- 3BEPlJfiWaaHBl r Srat-cU- r amiiSTftavr 11 ROBBED Groceries, Provisions. &c, nf sin-nig- oar-tieo- EH. C. BRIGHT, St. Asaph 191-- PLANING MILLS! A. OWSLEY & SON, Hardware and Groceries, Glass ware, Queensware, cha-lybea- to hard-heade- d do-vot- ARCHITECT, Wooden and Willowwaro, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent anu amiiy jjiour, names, Traces, OPERA HOUSE BLOOEI. Courier - Journal WE ARE READY! -- Times-Democra- t. 30KA.Ii POBCB3. Men's, Boys' & Children's sido-track- That Thieying Tariff BIER-JOURN- CLOTHING! -- ABUNDANCE WHEN & I con-tal- - ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT! Correct Styles aud Low Prices. CO. well-wor- n BRUCE, SITIAIBILI3GI! HAKNBSS SHOP. Post-Dispat- ch. OPERA HOUSE, ftOO000 EWMB& WOO& COAIn NUttNULXjEW 1 side-trac- ked Skau-catele- Ky. STAWFOEX), TnosdavMorninir. IV. P. WALTON, K"5Z May 1, -- 1883 EDITOR ncpnF.sr.NT- nr.M&cnATic nominek ron ATIVK, JUDGE THOMAS P. HILL, JR. Court-cr-Journ- selling good by sample in that city i val- set him up again. While dealing with the profession I may as well add a paragraph id and constitutional. Aeiw appeared yester in reference to the unexpected advent The Cincinnati having bought among na of Dr. Thos. Bailey, of northern day as the out the Morning Journal, a pennr paper of Texas. Tom was, even in early life, a model boy something after the model, republican proclivities. the responsibilities of tho office are Franks, who killed hi partner Clark, however, of that historicyouth whom Peck out of proportion to the salary. Oth- at Williamstown, was held for murder and has made immortal. But he has developPULASKI COUNTT. er reasons are however, hinted. One is refused bail. He was sent to the Coving-to- n ed into a very solid looking and pleasant gentleman. He will require some day to Somerset. that he is not getting along very well Jail for safe keeping. relThe Adams Express office has been Louisa B. Stephens is the first woman become acquainted with his numerous with the administration, and another store-rooof S. W. Hick. atives who have been changing and multi- moved to the he wishes to act as attorney for to become President of a bank. She sue- is that II. G. Litton has commenced the (bun plying during the 23 yearof his absence, elation for hi new brick residence near the ceeds her late husband in the First Na the tobacco and whisky men, out of Mr. Carrie Hopper is not regarded a im- residence of Robert Gibson. tional Bank of Marion, Iowa. whom ho sees a chance to make a for J. L. Owen wa brought from a CinGeorge Ware, who murdered a boy proving, but is not considered worse. Mr. Julius C. named Robert Bethune at Muscle Shoals Greenberry Adams started on Saturday cinnati private asylum unimproved in tune. mind, and will soon be sent to one of the Burrows will probably succeed him. last week, was taken from the jail at Flor- morning for Montgomery, Ala , where he State asylums. Wl- .- r.-..- .l has secured a business situation. He bears T... 1!...-...l C...I.- ence, Ala., Saturday and hinged. 'luo uraiiutiuty aujuuiuei. uatuiua, Col. K. Polk Johnson, the nohaving put In two weeks of constant and of the with him the best wishes of the entire com Hnn. V. C Owens. blest Roman of them all, has with Kentucky House of Representatives, was Jmunlty here, We were glad to meet our persistent investigation. Before adjourning they complimented eherifl Shepperd drawn from the race for Lt. Governor Saturday renominated for the Legislatuie old friend John Blaln, of your place, who by a vote of thanks for officient service. with his clever wife was visiting relative Merritt wa convicted and will be senand iu his card expresses bis mind free by the Democrats of Scott county. The Court of Appeals recently deci- here. Soc Owens and wife have gone to tenced to the penitentiary for life. Ten of to tho self appointed bosses in ly as the ury were for the death penalty. The compensation and wages earn- the beautiful Cumberland Fall to make of Coyle for the murder of Lewis OwLouisville, who wish to sacrifice him ded that the ed by a married woman were free from the preparations for the coming visitors of the ens was called Thursday afternoon, a in the interest of Mr. Jacob for Have just received a characterisseason. change of venue asked and rejected, and cldms and control ot her husband, If the Convention would uom Precinct convention were held in tic letter from R. L. Grinnan, formerly of the case continued. J. M. Hansford ha killing Jim Reyinate Col. Johnson now in spite of his Shelby county Saturday, when Knott re- Lancaster, now of St. Louis, who is repre been indicted for the of theof indictment seoting in the southern field the clothing nold. Upon hearing withdrawal, it would be a credit ti- ceived 2d. vote and Jones two. The story Mr. Hansford immediately surrendered house of P. Peiffer, of N. Y. I am also his resignation a the body and a compliment to a de- that Davis Is to be Knott's Secretary of in receipt of a pamphlet aoiUBlng and in himself and tendered the indictment will marshal. Although is sel- State must be true. really amount to nothing except unnecesserving man, but modest merit On Friday Henry Debossny was hang- structive couched in tlia most sonorous dom appreciated in tho30 days of ed lor the murder of his wife, in Elizabeth, Spanish, bearing the postmark of Brazil sary expense, Mr. Hansford' friend regret it, because ft is generally acknowledged scramblo for office. N. J. He sold hi body for $15 to a phy- and treating, 10 far a can begathered from that ho has been the most efficient officer cursory perusal, of the novel contro the towu has ever had, and the indictment a very Tub appointment of Keim, a sician. He examined the scaffold critic- versy between iiomamsm anu rrotesiaot-ism- . wilt only encourage desperadoes. Uvil ratoady to bo Chief ally and suggested that the rope be soaped, on Shall take pleasure in sending the ses occupied the court Iriday and Saturday Congressman John D. White's bride is book, to any one desirous of obtaining a lu- morning, and then the court adjourned unExaminer for tho Civil Service Com- spoken of by thoie who know her a a minous treatise on raid dispute. til Monday morning. The grand jury ha mission is generally condemned by young lady of intelligence, but not especirelumed 112 indictments. BOYLE COUNTT. A few week sine a portion of the tho press. The New York Sun says: ally remarkable for personal attraction. earth on the land ol W. II. Waddle, sank, Danville. is evidence that tho Her marriage, however, refute the first as"The selection A number of friend of Mr. J.G.Ake, leaving a hole, on the aide of a hill, about Commission, instead of being a non sertion. dined with him on Sunday, at that very fifty feet in diameter and of an unknown The Kentucky Court of Appeal has popular hotel the Clemens House. Mr. depth. Some are Inclined not to believe partisan body, is likely to degenerato have visited the place decided that Magistrates are entitled to $2 Ake Is a native of Mississippi, haviug the story, but many and viewed the immense hole. It is thought into a componeut part of tho great per day and not $2 for each criminal case been born and reared near Natchez. A large number of Boyle county citi- to be several hundred feet deep. A rope republican machine, operated for the they examine. They will, however, get zens have been summoned to appear at 100 feet long with a heavy weight at one sole purpose of putting republicans around that mighty easy by examining one Harrodsburg on Tuesday, a witneases in end lias been dropped Into the hole, but no the case or the Com'th. v. K. D. Ball, bottom found. Large tree were growing into office, fit or unfit, and keeping case a day, on the ground and they went down into killing Jeff Kaum I of the opinion that the charged with O Morrison, Roboard. Gen. them there forever." Mime Mary E, hole out of light. Since it first discovery Rev. II. be of reduction of the tax on tobacco will Cocke, Madie White, Pattie the earth has been caving In around the Myers, In speaking of tho Crittenden trial bnt small benefit to consumer owing to the McUeheeKvaand Dora Biyaut composed a hole, and Immense rocks, some of which the Louisville Democrat say's that advanced cet of the raw material and the party who came down from Stanford last would weigh probably twenty tons fell In and shook the earth and making a noise to "the jury that brought iu that verdict demand for increased wage on the part of weekMr. hear Bishop Dudley preach. wa like distant thunder for a few seconds, A R. II. Lacy, of Nashville, ought to bo branded thoio that voted the workmen. here on Thursday, visiting hi friends, few dsvs since another part of land ad Tho Wayne county democrats have Mr. and Mr. R. 0. Nichols, at Uilciier. joining the hole, sunk to a depth of 12 or conviction. Tho result fs a ngainjt down instructed for Owsley, for Governor; Hind-ma- Mr, Lacy ia the Southern passenger agent 15 feet. A party of young men went hole Indian-annl- ii into the place by the aide of the deep deep disgrace upon this community for Lt. Governor; Hardin, for Attor- of the JefTersonvllle, Madison and U. 11. and the Vandalia Lllie. Also and discovered an Immense cave, one and upon tho fa mo of the Htato. It ney General, Hewitt, for Auditor; Tate, passenger agent of the Pitta-bur- room of which wa about 110 feet squire. should for Treasurer; Smith, for Superintendent Bocms to us that tho grand jury Cincinnati and St, Louts R W, with The mill of Tate, Pinnell A Co., I very aaw investigate the couduct 6f that 'hung of l'ubllo Instruction, and Corbett, for headquarter in tho Maxwell Hotel build- near the place, and aome of their sight.log fell into the hole and went out of ing at Nashville. Jury and ascertain what 'hung' them." Register Tun disgusting efforts of tho to manufacture public sentiment for Thompson in tho terrible trneedy of Friday last, is having tho contrary effect hero and elsewhere. It tho judg-- J has put ticnsiblo men to thinking, why, Court of Appeals roversing ment each timo, but waiting in tho if he is guilty of no crime should theso strenuous efforts bo put iorth to second conviction till nil tho prepararnako it appear so beforo a legal in tions wero mado for his execution, twclvo vestfgation has been had ? Looking only announcing their decision hours beforo it was to occur. Then at tho matter oven from Mr. Thompwhich thcro son's remarkable statement, thcro ap- followed two trials in timo he too much of a cut and dried wero hung juries. Tho next pears pleaded guilty to murder in tho sec arrangement all through. Tho unfortunate nflair occurred last November, ond degreo but when ho found tho ju vo years and Mr. T. acknowledges that ho was ry had given him twenty-fiin tho nenitentiary ho withdrew his informed of at least a part of the cir Then was tho timo for plea, just in timo to escape punish curastnnccs. him to como home and if after a thor- ment. At tho sixth and last trial he ough investigation he had found the was again sentenced to bo hung but LINCOLN COUNTT. to tho Suworse true, and had slaycd the au- his counsol carried tho caso Highland. premo Court of tho U. S. which rethor of his wife's disgrace, therewould Dr. Davis will move this week to Levin Kentucky versed it on a peculiar legal point. el Green, Rockcastle county. have been found no man worn but who would liavo applauded tho Thus has his shrewd atlornovs Isaac and Thomas Terry are engaged the caso out and the four tiroes con- In getting oul tanbark near South Fork act. But ho waits two months nfjer is frco again with no Trestle. Congress adjourns, spends a timo in victed murderer prospect of suffering further for his Mr. J. J. Rust, will deliver a temperNew York and then comes home ance lecture at tho M. V.. church next to a ho remains a day or two near diabolical deed. Next where governor to pardon, tho law's delay Sunday at 11 A. M. Davis nnd when as he, after nvowing Frank Horton, of New Albany, Iod , is the surest chanco for a law breakhis innocenso, leaves no doubt to avoid arrived last week-- . Mr. and Mrs. Kd Auswhich fact they all seem to appre- tin, of Garrard, are visiting their relative trouble, he is followed up and shot er, ciate. here. Mr. 8. Spoonamore and , Mis Ora from his slayer, dead as he retreats Hale, of Stanford, were visiting Mi" L. William MacDuff, a stock-brok- er who is in company with two trusted in Now York, "laid on" the other B. Young, Sunday. friends. Then tho Ecene in court, W. R. Cook cut his left leg severely ho cried "Hold when Thompson delivers himself of a night and damned if last Friday while chopping In the tanbark ho had killed bis wife, speech unliko what would bo expect- enough," until woods. A falling limb bad struck him on his frame of mind and his son and himself. An unfortunate his shoulder a few minute before, stuned from one in had unsettled his mind. ning him considerably. After resting a tho unjustifiable net of Judgo Hardin speculation few minute he began chopping again in extending sympathy and allowing The Covington Commonwealth calls wbenbia arm gave away suddenly, causing all Attorney General Nuckols a militabail under such circumstances, him to cut hi leg. It bled 12 hours or look on the surfaco as prearranged and ry dude, and says he ought to bo re- more before it wa dressed. nremeditated. This, we say. is the tired. We don't know so much about Hustontille. way tho matter looks to the unbiased tho first but we heartily approve of The mill will be in full operation next week. and unprejudiced, nnd yet wo think the latter proposition. Mrs. Betsy Swigert died last week near we know Mr. Thompson, for whom The Louisville Law School has Jasper Store, aged about 60. always entertained friendship we have The Bank is an object of Interest, esjust turned out 21 graduates to steal and regard well enough to believe that or starvo to death unless there is a pecially since tho arrival of the safe. Billy he would not take the blood of his boom in litigation. Williams guards the latter to prevent a fellow-m- an larcceny of the combination, unless ho was thoroughly Not "dead nor sleeping," but disposed NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. convinced in his own mind that ho to envy the man who has the privilege ol death. Under such conviction Failure last week 182. either condition. Further explanation Four inches of snow fell In Quebec, wo can readily see how he could have will be unnecessary when it is known that the dishon- Friday. done any thing to avenge Another figuring at the expense of the the great domestic cyclone known a "hoose or and disgrace heaped on him and Neal and Craft trial shows that they have cleaning" set in about ten days since and still continue with unabated violence. his and his act would, according to the already cost $11,003 81. Again, not having access to the telephone, unwritten law, been both justifiable The contract for building the new in Frankfort, has been let to a the thousand good things which bubble np and commendatory. But taking all and plead for utterance, become stale by the facts as they appear wo think that Chicago firm for $10,945. The New York Legislature has passed age, or are swallowed up in the thronged when the matter is thoroughly invesa bill retiring school teachera on half pay procession of events before the tardy two tigated it will bo shown that Mr. upon reaching the nge of 70 years. day' mail can transport them to jour Hence the Hustonville letter is freThompson is tho victim of a designThe killed and wounded br the Mis his wife has sissippi tornado are figured up by the New quently missing. ing woman and that One topic I of peculiar interest now, esKilled, 193:wound-ebeen guilty of no sin further than that Orleans pecially since it is generally known that 338. . of intoxication and its consequent inThe trial of Fagen, for the murder of Dr. Brown was not at the circus. It affords discretions. We can't conceive how a Secretary Burke In Fhcenlx Park, resulted mo pleasure to give assurance that he is man of any intelligence could have in a verdict of guilty. He will be hanged rapidly Improving. He suflered from no pronounced diseise, but was simply broken acted as Davis is charged, when ho on May 23th. well knew that his life alono would Chancellor Edwards, of Louisville, down by overwork. Rest, good company to and a good conscience have pay the forfeit of his damning crime. has decided that the license feeol $100 for saloon-keeperd Opera-House d, tho law's delay is tho safest way to escape punishment is fully demonstrated by tho caco of Charles F. Kring, who eight years ago cowardly and cruelly murdered in St. Louis a virtuous wife, Mrs. Dora Brocmcr, with whom ho fell desperately in love, because she refused to elope with him. Sinco tho deed, ho has been confined in jail but on Friday he was admitted to bail in tho sum of $3,000, becauso of the doubt of the Stato being ablo to convict him, as most of her witnesses have died or Thero havo been six disappeared. trials of tho case. Twice ho was convicted and sentenced to bo hung, tho That The Snprme Court of the Tolled Elites decide that the United 8UIM Is not a preferred creditor of a National link that hat failed owlnR It inonej, and that It mutt come In with other creditor and lake Its ihare of the asset. Mr. Francis M. 8co?ille, sister of the notorious (iiillcsii, and who was reeentlr d I forced front her liutband, ha made ap plication to the courts to hare her name changed to that of the maiden name of her mother, Hone. We don't blame her. The city of Richmond, Va , 1 oyer a hodf of daring thieves whoso re run peated depredation have earned the citito arm thtmiclrea to protect their zen home and property. Timid ladle fear to remain alone In their home, and In care of HlceM several fatal result have follow ed from fright. The law taxing the aalo of spirituous lirtuor at $200 and malt liquors at $100, recently passed by the Ohio Legislature, went Into effect yciterdayv Many of the either unwilling or unable to par the tax, are putting tip their shutters and the temperance people are comparatively happy, Dr. M. Tabler has leased the Southwestern R. It. running from Ihrrodsburg to the GS.R. R. for C year for $12,000 cash. He alio relieves the road of its In debtednes and keep It In order. The En- ttrpritt says the Dr. has already ezpinded $40,000 on the road, and pays him a well deserved compliment for his public spirit-cdn- j e. Danville and take up his residence perma nentlr. He Is verv nonular with hi ran. gregation and much liked by alt who have mane ma acquaintance. Mr. Rolert Taylor, a pestiferous young gentleman of African descent, who ha been Into every specie of devilment that he could get Into conveniently, last week knocked Chsrlev Robinson in the head, and almost killed him. Bob dodged the officer until Saturday, when he wa run in and kept until thi morning, when he was sent to the Yesterday morning tie wrole bis old mistres a verv asking her to have him fiathelic note jail. Untold tnlstrc haslw come tired of Bob' promise of reform and refused to interfere, so Bab jracka rock. The young gentlemen of Danville, gave a Hop at the Central Hotel Friday night, which wa a very pleasant affair, anil wsa attended by the following named ladles nnd gentlemen: MIrsea Susie Har den, Harrodsburg, Nannie and Sophie Unght. latnie .Metcalfe, Matli Kenney, Bertie Newlln, Sadie Cook, Mattie and Lu- tie Duke. Mesar. Vt. T. Guest. H. W, Erans, J. W. Guest. Jr., R. G. Evan. W. IURoblnson, R. Hundley, W. W. Wise- man, .Messrs. Uwen and Coles, W, D, Moore, HsrrylMoore. Gill Borle. Mr. G. IL Dobvns. Air. I S. Warren and several other ladies wero present a part of the time as spectator. work-hous- Miss Belts Beard I visiting her sister Mrs. Geo. T Schoolfleld. Prof. D. C, Dudley, who has been spending several DEPARTMENT. month at Thomasville. Ga returned on Saturday, Improved In health. Mr. I'eter 11. Fox, of Louisville, U visiting his parents, anu .Mrs. I 1. hox. LANCASTER. Js Minor sold to a gentleman from Quite a number of town dog were Cleveland, U., a good bay gelding for $225, Wakefield A Farrl sold on Saturdar to poisoned Saturday night and Sunday, Henry Dunn, of Garrard county, a pair of We understand that a gentleman of Rraymarn mule 10 hand high for $2.90 this county will shortly erect a planing Wood on Saturday sold to RIch'd Tho. old 000 lb. cattle at mill at this place. Cobb, IS long $50 per head. Mr. Moody Hardin desire to Inform Quite a number of Danville people her many friend that she han just received win attend me wramatic festival at Lin choice line of millinery good for spring clnnati this week. Anions them Mis An a nle MoAllster, Mis Mary Dunlap, Mir and summer wear. W. C.Bailey sold his drug store to Sallte Conk, Mrs. Geo. Welsh, Mis Matlle Gentrr, Mr. anl Mr. C. P. Cecil, Mr. and Robt. E Mclloberl,on of Jno. McRob Mrs, J. Caldwell, Dr. Fayetlo Dnnlap, erls, of Lincoln county today and will Mr. lloyle u nodes, Air Andrew Whit. I gin Invoicing thi evening. .Mr. lu M. Durham, Mr. Henry l.vans, lry, We would like for aome one who Mr. Jno.... Fleece, Mr. Wm. Welsh, and .... . ... . Wiseman. Mr. w. knows to tell ua what Is the mailer with The meeting which ha been in prog our democratic friend over In Boyle They rers at toe Baptist church for about ten daya will close Tuesday night. There have seem to be on a general Lick. Prof. II. K. Taylor, of Iwls county, been 29 additions up to the present lime. After the clone of the meeting Rev. T. P, who I a candidate for Superintendent of Hale, the pastor of the Church will go to Public Iustructlon, I a hrolher-In-Nof waco, irxns, wliere lie will remain until I he 1st of Jnne, when he will return to our esteemed fellow citizen Joseph I'.Sand-Ife- r. Garrard County U01tr. WEST, H. Stanford, G. RUPLEY, - MlUtCIlLlNT VAIJLOK, li Kentucky, a HEADQUARTERS AT & V W. H. HIGGINS von An ordinance ha been passed by the Board of Trustee prohibiting the running The Msr-shof hog at Urge on the street has given notice that he will put all porker In the stray pen found on the street alter the Clh day of May. Mr. A. B. Klkln, of Louisville, formerly editor of the Alpha, at this place.ha been visiting relative here for several Sholf Hardware Iron, Spokes, Horso Shoe Nails, Buggy Shafts, Farming Implements, Such as Oliver Flows, Meikle and Avery Double Shovel, and the Brinkler one-hors- MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Gen. Green B. Kaum, Commissioner of Internal Revenue, after u servico of sir years and nine months has resigned, giving as a reason that iS'eirj-Jotirn-a?, Managed by John B. fish. There wa a heavy frost Sunday night. A foreman on the K. C. R. R. had his head bruised considerably by a convict last week. J II Ottorsold the Town Hill nrnf erty to J. nas. aswiss gentleman for 500 Mr. Haas and family ara here and will lake possession immediately. Jame Bishop has given bail and been released from the London jail. Jame and S. F. Brongton and Gallon Sowder have bfen released on $300 bail each. Huston Odom who hss been on a pro traded drank for two weeks, wa placed In jail Saturday. He had become perfectly wild and attacked several persons with rocks and sticks and at last tried to kill himself by laying across the railroad track in front of a moving car. An accident below Livingston last Friday caused the train to be delayed two hours, consequently the people along the railroad did not get in at the opening of the ihow. The evening train watted until after 4 o'clock in order that the passengers ol tho morning train might see the concert The following list of marriage licenses have been issued since last report: J. K, Mnllins to Candace Barnetl; Jame Hester to Lucy luden; U. A. .Malllns to Lucy Mul tins; Jame Sprig to Sadie Moore; M. M. Abney and America Abney; B. P. Morton to Pattie Proctor; M. J. Durham to Annie K. l'tirseli. -- Among the visitor at thi place I no ticed T. R. Walton. B. M of the IxTEninn Journal; A. it. Urche, editor of the. Voun lain Jxno: John Jackson and wife. London: Willis Adam, Jr., and family, Paint Lick; David itiompson. uarrard county: J. D Chandler, Pine Hill: Mis Helen Conn, B rod head; Mr. Telitha Gresham and Mis Alico Ward, Livingston and others too numerous to mention. Ibe circus came and with it came a set of swindlers and gamblers. The people did not turu out in as large number a wsa expected, only about COO attended. Almost every one expressed luemselves a well pleased with the performance The swin dlers also got in their work here, but not so extensively a they did at some other place. Some of the bora lost a hieh a $50, but the majority of losses were from 55 to 510. Turning and Singlo and Double anovel and Harrow combined. Dr. W, S. I'.lkln, of Atlanta, Oa., No farmer should be without it. I expected here In a few days on a visit to relatives. Col. Sam Burdett, wa In Mt. Vernon, on business last week. The new of the killing of Waller H. Davis by Hon. Phil II. Thompson, created considerable excitement in town Friday morning. Mr. Thompson lias (he sympathy of the entire community. The universal feeling is that he did what any man, who had the courage to defend his family IMiiiiii In And Mftylleld and name would have done. Some week ago we mentioned in tbt column a visit of Mr. Wm. Pickett, son of Jowol Rango Cook Stoves, Stop Stoves, Tin Prof. Jo. D. Pickett, to this place, In the Tho From what we Interest of hi father. Cagos, Barbod ware, Annoalod Wiro, learned from Mr. Wm. P. and have since Lime, Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, &c. A general stock of Oroceries, gathered, the Prof. I not very hopeful of rvgoucut biiiuuuuu uiaiawarc. hi reelection, and having seen a copy of the Interior Jocnxar. containing a short article on the treatment of the Prof, of Mr. B. M. Burdett, Mr. Wm. Pickett made the said visit in order if possible, to to explain why the Prof, acted a he did. We will not give the flimsy excuse he gate for his father' actions, but will aay In order to gel control of I lie and most ptj ulsr Una ol Agricultural ImplcninU to cusllauialopurtha In tueh ijusnllllri as to obtain lb and IMmiu.. and that if Prof. Pickett desire to promote hi Vehicles, -- ., also In ordsr rvlK, I ,. Unrest dla. .. . . .tM f "- ii. t..a '" narvnwmi ana Agents St lluMoavllla TIT. I own interest by bending to the will of pot Laocntter and Illcbmond, and unJer this arrangement, wiuh-ivafcelsur w can offer .T- - Farmers lb iticians in Frankfort and Louisville, we, Many Inducements Over the Majority of Dealors. nor the democrat of thi part of the State I keep on banJi at all lines at ntf several War llmmi a ,rfa stork of have any objections, but we don't propose to support any such man, his sweet smile and slick tongue to the contrary notwithstanding. Prof Pwe suppose is a very clever sort of fellow in his way, bat Gar rard county don't exactly like hi way. We propose to show him that he can't ignore the cliima of our candidate and then honey .' us into supporting him. day. e Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking' Valley Corn Shellers, Evans9 Corn Drills, Hand Corn Planters, and tho Best Tho Market, tho Jilovator. unrivalod Bird ATTAIN, ,.... ljt -- FlllEBS! w """ !..,. i"..i" i.u--i- .tt LimSTFlt D. 1DV1.UTISKHK5TS. HUIIOEON DENTIMT, LANCASTKU, KV. Offle over Clllicns Nillonil lUnk. Oflic bouts from 8 to 12 A. x . and rrvm 1 to B r. x. P. WALTEB. ATTOIISEY At LANCASTER, KV. ATTOnNEV A.t LANCASTER. KY. L. W. SAM M. DUHDETT. X.A.W, f -- Will practice In OtrrirJ sol adjoining counties im-ij- rj inn uutioi Appwi. H. O. KAUFFMAN, Zj-A-- ... Uuter CoomlMloner GsrraM Circuit Court. Will pnctle In all the Courts or Utmrd sail sdjolnlni couniies sna iu too voun 01 Appcmii. BuiDirr. n M. Buaorrr. "t ml VV-- - ntiKKlcH,Currlii;cH,.SprliiKlViiK'i'Slu''rmlVnKonH,I.oKlVHBGHsj, L. W. Burdott & art running Tncr Co. I Now own and THE OLD FLOYD MILL On Dlt IUver, 8 uillr vit! from Krjauurllle. Mill from Danville and 1 bav put Into tbe ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS For making th best Pateut Flour, but a making notblog but tbe pura Btrilgbl Flour, wblcb bis all lb tlemeoisof tbawbeatlnltand ground only by water; tber inskttbrlr Flour from purstoun-trj-save- d Try tbtlr Flour, for sale at tbe groceries In tjtanhrd. (lilMI Xiandreilr's er' lUllroad Carls, llcars, Mowers, Hay Bakes, drain Drill, Uroadcaat Seeders, Hulksy Harrows, Sulksy Flaws, Wslklog and Hiding, Cultivators, Corn Prill,, Corn Planters, food Cutters. Corn Shelters, Farm Hollers, and many other Items. itatfea ' de Gov-erno- r. Stall I am also prepared to luruub prices aoJ estimates ot all kinds of Engines, 8aw Ml!ls, Tbrtsblng Machines, HsjStraw Stackers, Wind Mil's, Horw Powers, and various other klcdi ol macblntrj. Parties lu want of anj goods In my lint will loose nothing bjr seeing m belore pun listing. In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of Grant-Camer- FURNITURE Iu LmiCRHler Ht lliu "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," LANCASTER KY. 1Wtt VawjJ.--v Kalaiuu'i Spring Tuotli Uairow laUahanJI llraln and Huediol all kinds; alto 1 liar and Wool. I Hollos Sulkajr Plow GEO.D.BUIIDETT&CO., I'ropilstoiM GEORGE D. WEAREItf, Stanford. C1KIX.V fc WILLIAMS, llutlonvlll Depot fc. sUiagtlItWf 7sm Managers Notice ! Wibavt ofur notes and stcounUIn lha handi ofM. l'svton for collection, and iiartlea indebted to us will savs costs and livubl bjr wllb bliu atone. placed all W. I.. WITHKHS, Manager Depot) South-easter- n iHHIBgjSsjR esasaBaseBBBaasBBBPsaawgj' (t orn Planter. lilMt H. MATTISOLY, It. T. HATTISattY, it. xi. ui:,ii5i:x, Manager Richmond Depot '" ' " " - -- : p m h j v r "Tf ADVERTISMRm. ATTENTION, William Cooley died Saturday, -Will be permitted lo serve TJB Ir You want the beat auper two-plwool Little Phil Thompson Blows Out of Consumption, aged about 23 yean. She Made Em Found at ten or nfieen spproTnl mares ilmr liable 1 mile. carpeta go lo J. V. HaydenV waa a member of the Christian church and ST THX the Brains of Walter Davis, leave six tittle children, who will aufler fmm"ianrardonlhe Kmb New American Washing; Machine IJtkflkeil Taesday Morning, May I, 1883 Jtrrr received a nice assortment of fine v Jm $10 to Insure a For wis ty Bccanso, as Ho Alleges, He Plied His for a mother's lender care, E. HHOW, JAMEH (Isrnrd Courtly, Xy. Wench Candtea at 8, 8. Myers'. 144 t Bnsna Vista, CamoH Up to six month or ao ago, Wifo With Whisky, IAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Colt. Jlr.Mr.Mnr.it we atill eel I a gootl N. O. iu there wa not a healthier, happier or more The Geipel According; to St. Ruth, Mail Train. Dal. Axn Tin:. nr.HAt'citrii unit. deserving woman than Mrs. Permitia J. To which Is add! an eipMllloa of th Lord's Bar 12 pound for $. II. C. Bright. nEsrnipTioM ANDrr.oinnEr.-ni- te van. Passes Stanford going Norlh t I J f . u. dill will U J jean old the 20th of Mir. II hinds I Carson, wife of 'Squire W. It. Carson, late Trsyer, ind otber sermons. (south 3 00 r. M, We are the only firm at Stanford tellThe new of the killing of Walter II of Inch, blond bar with hear r mane and tail snd will W will now py tpeclal tlltnllon to thti place. About that time her mind make when fnllr developed a msanlflcent bene. ing the Ziegler ilroa.' Shoea. Shank A Davis by Hon. Phil. It. Thompson, Jr., Accommodation, Dailr except Sunday. Hired brTetetrrinii he lij Frank Wollordj he by became diseased and II wa aoon necessary BY GEORGE 0. BARNES, ......1 2.1 a. M. Ilncker. Noilh Telegraph, (who wis a brother In Hhan Allen In rniStinlbr4 going fouth . reached here a few hour after it wa done QltlNDINCJrOUSTOM s U r. M, Lancet and SlockbrMjw Chief.! he br Hill's llliek to place her In an Aiylum, The treatment "MOUNTAIN EVANOF.MST." We promts to (Irt tatltfietlon, smt whsn desired Hawk, of Brldfeport, Vt. he br fthernun and b. I have opened a ahne aliop at my liable, and created considerable excitement. The there failed to do her any good and after Telenrsm's dm will air l'slrnl Flour for Wheat. Can Risks br th.orlitml Jmtln Morgan. LOCAL NOTCCS. where repairing ef all kind will be done. tcene of the fearful tragedy wai lltrrods growing tteadily worse all the time, death EDITED BY GEO. W. (IRF.ENWOOB. either bolted or nnbolled rues). br Bojd McNarr.Jr ,?ddamhT Whlppt Sd dim br Warr. Dave Vandel's dam II a Una combined burg Jnnctlon and It occurred at about 0 1 IlOY I'AIhth of Penny A McAllster. MeAI.IrVrr.R A HAI.I.KE. mire from Woodford eountf and ol unknown pedA.T. Nunnelley. came to her relief on Saturday morning o'clock A M. It appear that Thompson -.lars, now but I will be able to get It In a abort Fhiiixo Tackle at MoHotarU ft Bw'f. If you want lo buy Dry Good, Carpel, wa going to Lexington and that Davis was last. Her remains were brought here for Price, 81.QU 101 pp., Cletii. lime. Nicr. nlojk of birthday oinla t Penny A Hall or R, II. CROW, Stanford, Kr. CluUofllor mors tl per ropy, or furnished interment and on Sunday afternoon were do not fall lo call at ltobt. en route Shoe, wllli Tiia Iwvxaioa JorsRAt at II. rVnl postlo Chlcajo. The lattersecmed lobe MCAIlaler', laid away after a very appropriate faneral paid by 8. Lj lie' and aee hii atock. ir. unawareofiheother' presence until tbeygot HrANDAmt ready mixed jialnta at Mo NUN. KATE DUDDEKAll, lU-HtinforJ, Kr. discourse in the Christian church by Iter. to the Junction. Thompson and Jack Al.L the new ahade In Jiiiierta Biagg . good Lancaster street, Stanford, Ky., C. Morriton. Mr. Carson united with Al.Lllie color of Diamond Des at and in cheaper good, with trimming to Chlnti, who wa with him, changed car II. Hti on bind tnd Is ditty recti ring a new and MAJ. F. D. U1G.NEY, the Christian church when in her youth, A rJlajrg'e. Will make the present seaand were standing several leet Inside the hMutlfulllneol Millinery floods of every descripinalch, cn lie found at J. W, Ilayden' and kept the faith to long aa reaaon luted. OfCsisr, Is a candidate lor 8lsU Senator, lllh tion, which sh. will sell at tht lowest possible son st nr liable, on the Jos. I (aas llojclliolern Cure. Penny coach when Davli came in, lie spoke to a old Danville pike, I mile, District, mart, In. Thanklul for put pttronsge, A McAllster o!e njf'nts. Ami!, wllli It cyclone, front and flood JL' That alio wa a true and earneit mother I psrty. tntiject lo lb action of th democratic continuance, knowing ihat she can pleasshe nil from Ijmraitrr, it Hill, the most both and Thompson replied in an angry Description luildlous. Kaner liorli liANDRhTit'n Garden feed, In bulk and lapait and we. hall Miy with the hope that shown by the worthy family of children Mrs. Motile Jljers c into found, n nsntl, at th tone, "You d d eon of a b , do you have amahronr bar 7 Tears In paper, at Penny A McAllster'. he will reptlr the damage her predcceaior she reared, nil of whom can bless and honbead of th Mantua Making Department, ready lo old lhlif)iln the Impudence to spnk to me after getIngram s on her, .t high, sired lr ltthndi Watciiw, Clock and Jewelry repaired Imi done. her sacred memory. They and the grief LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. terse those who msy rail racer lt.17 and be I.y the ting my wife drunk in Cincinnati and de- or and warranted by Penny A McAllster. Cabbie bone and hai truv- tricken husband have the sympathy of a en himself to be a good breeder. I will also aland Oit your Hoda Water, Ic cold and New lot nf frame and picture frame bauching her?" At thii Davit turned and Any on wlshlnt; to buy Lumber fir tiling, pure, from the new fountain of Penny A and cornice molding, and full line of fur- - atirted nut of the doofind had reached the loving community, which can appreciate fsnelnforanr Diinmsscan srsmonsr Ir attUna has befallen them. Mm. 11 nf us it our mill on lbs llumber farm, about two McAIUter. nltiite at I). K. WearcnV Price low. Call itep of the platform, when Thompson fired the calamity that miles irom uin urentni. Carson wa in her 40th year. and ec for yourelve. a 3S calibre Smith A Wesson Taitaioar nxraamtRT. HRLVIN A CO, 8 jeari Ill rnsoNAL 20, Orricaor CourranLLinor Tint CcaaKMcr, ilEECIir.lt,brother loold Anauat Will IMS IJJi hmdi 1'rlnce. hth, half serve insres at WASinirnTOX, ArniLT, ItSt. RELIGIOUS. Mil. Jor. Koirr bin the Intermittent Mr. Kate Dumierar ii pleated lo pistol at hlni through the car window, the l, BIO lo Injure coll lour months old. JIM ball taking (fleet in the head and killing d.irk Iron urar Jsrk, WA bands and will ferer. Wiif.11111, By satisfactory evidence presented to serve announce that the will have a grand milA revival at the Haptiat church, Law- - MILL, ENGINE & FARM man at 0 lo Iniurea cult four months old. tha underslaned. It hiilieen made to tnnear that All msrei tra.Ii d before the Mm Km,a fiALiiwriLL, of Pcrwllle, linery tenlng next Friday, lo which all hlui instantly. HI body fell from the renceburg, Ii ascertained hai Just closed with 10 addith. Nations! Dank of lfuitontllle, In the town of the seavm. The progeny or all al)TO it the guest of Minn Kll.x (Jslnes. steps and rolled down an embankment tions. iiusiooTiiK. in tut counts' ot uocoin and ouie oi slock will be respooill.la lor the season. the the lidiea are rcipect'ully Invited. FOB SALE. Kentucky, has compiled with all the provisions of feet, lie made no effort to draw Mil Tiio. Mrccai.c spent Sunday about ten -- Miss Willie J. Lllliard, of Cincinnati WM.IItTIIIU.i:, Revised Statutes of lb. United States required tha power Engine, mount- - to tie coin piled with before an association thsll be ALL the churchea were represented at the a pistol, but one rolled from hit ocket aa and a great admirer of Mr. Barnea, con t bar for salo a with Ida parent In NkliolssTllle. as good ai ii just rrora id shod, in won authorised to (ommenc lb. business ot banking, Cot. J II. TiKai.r.Y, of KirhourTille, Qrt meeting of the "Union Choir" at the ho fell. Thompson returned to Harroda-burg- , ducted rctvice at the Louisville Faith Mill Isworeis, well rlnJ, lib two saws. Now, therefore, I, John J. Knox, ! Also, 75 Acres of Land, lying west or King's NaPrrabyterian church Friday night and the of the Currency, do certify thst the remain alto being conveyed Cure Sunday. a lawyer of much note, ia In town. Mountain, on th Ctorlonttl Southern aodUrren tional Bank of lluiiontllle, In th. town tb. or eultlrsllon. wilh small Rlssr MlM Klla DoOKKf, of Crab Orchard, originator of the move were much pleated thither by the tame train. The Circuit -- Hev. It. II. Caldwell will preach at d K. Ms.: S arm In lloesioo land, Doe for In tn.eounty of Lincoln and Bute of Hlrong Ibis line Norman Stalthe Kentucky, at the good tlart. The next meeting will Court waa In teuton, before whichTliompion Walnut Flat next Sunday, instead of the Wbtcco. a naruaincan i ooitiocci in an ur so- of banking, Ii authorlird lo commence 5,1Wbusiness Is tbn KUMt of Mil, Geo. II. Mcllobcrla, lion will make th. presebt ol th ai authorised In Section 31. J. MVttl'tlY, piting to or addressing season st 8 11. Baugnman's I'jiok. M. Ij. I!ounnK has inored to be held at the Ilaptlil church Friday even appeared, tuirendered himself and in a third, to enable him to attend Presbytery Revised Hutulea of th. United (JUte. lii-- it King's MounUln.tCy. liable, 1 mile Irom Inlestlmoor whereof, witness tnr band and ing at 7:150 Mr John W. Ilont conduct! speech that wa delivered with tome effect, on the latter day. the Col. Miller liouae on BoniefM street. it seal of olEee, this 71b illy of April, 1833. rAl-- i -- CpL. V. Q. Wr.Lrtl left for Cinclnna the exerclaea. he told the Court what he had done and hit AMERICAN The Kentucky Ministers' Temperance uxox, JOltX J. $15 to Insure a Comp'roller of th Currency. tl 'eaterdar (0 attend the Dramatic Pea Tilliounil train to Knoxville will, we retson therefor, and he wa admitted to Convention, in session in Louisville, recom No. 2,917. tltal. bail in the sum of $5,000, Judge Hardin ao mended the total adolltion of the minufac- Colt. David and John P. Johnson, of Hiii' learn, be put on May Mth. The accom far forgetting the dignity of hit position as ture and sale of intoxicating liquors, and modation train will continue; the daily tonfllie, hare gone on an eilended trip to Of IContuolcy. mail, which will run through, will have toexprea sympathy, while claiming not to asked the coming Legislature for a law forTeian. ABDALLAH MESSENGER! uo so. sale of liquor within three Upon soil t Itatlon I bavt accepted the agency for bidding the la iupremely luppy, the Ml. about the tame tchedule for thit divliion aa lino. THE CAUSE Of THE TRAGEDY. Lloroln and Osrrsrd couDtlei ol thii most mite of any church, university, college, This Combined 8talllon will mike the present Salem I e'glibothood Mfig represented here now and In addition, night train leaving snd perfectly rtllab'e Institution, the When Mr. Thompson returned to Washseason at J. K. Uaughman's Halle, ljf miles from excepting in object of tha A. M. A. Society being "to proTtd Ihl week. Knoxville at 7 r. M. and Lnuitville about ington last November hi wife accompa- academy or Uustonaille, at financial aid to the widows, orphans, bflrs. legaNoont tee and assigns of Its deceased nemberi." Mim Ki.iza A. llAnnii returned Fri- the tame time, will be put on, Thit will nied him aa far a Cincinnati and they town of 1,000 Inhabitant. membership, tt will bes lut to 13.50 TO INNUItK A COIX Iter. II. C.Morrison decided after the shouldmt pleasure toteamfull Information to those day night (ram a three-weflail In make three pattenger Iraint each way dal- tpenl a night at the Burnet House. He give afford Sunday service to protract the meeting at desiring It aod circulars showing th object ol th Atsameplace, will also stand ly, and Irave traveler no room to complain left next morning and hi wife went to the Society, oamri of th t offlcert, Ac t, the Methodist church and Rev. F.8. C II. AIOCM1KHTEII, Ky. Mil. It (1, Collier, who Im been of delay a under the old tyatem. TWO GOOD St. Clair Hotel where Mis Jessie Huckner, Stanford, 110 of Mayavllle, who preached for him down with hemorrhage of the kldneyi, la One at 110 and the other at IS lo Insure a coll. It' we are to judge of the tenllmentof a cousin of Thompson, boarded. During on that day will assist him during the lSJ-lable to go about. MAUUHHAM 11KO.S. Boyle by the tone of the letter of a couple the day Davit registered at the tame hotel week. Service will be held at 10.30 A. it. Mil A. A.tcrClN.stv, who han btrti of and calling upon the ladies, it waa agreed corrcpondenta of the Atlrocatt, the peoand J .30 r. m. until further notice. Next down with malarial ferer, l again at hta ple there are rather fiitidiou In regard to that both should accompany him to the Sunday, Iter. K. II. Pearce, of Versailles, I am Handing two pMt In the First National. ! finejaexsat mf ali- Iii.HiiruiiCC the Senatorial Neither Hansford nor theatre that night. When the time came, and Mr. Morriton will exchange pulpits, Mr. and Mim II C IlninilT are going Itigney aulla race. and bis, fire miles North however, Mis Buckner excused herself and they can be happy them ofaUnford.it Tbli s.iddle after which, if sufficient interest is manito housekeeping and will occupy the col $5,212,737 81 American Assets, horse will Hand tliei prri-eor.! in the nomination of a new man. We Davl went with Mr. Thompson. About fested, the meeting will still be carried 00. reason at my stsbleat li ge next to Postmaster Alford'a. to Insure Losies paid in 31 yeari $8 admit that there are better men in the 0 o'clock they returned to the hotel and il 8tO. On Time was fired Mr. ami Mrs HrjuenT Clovd hare bf eJlonewsll Jaclsnn; dam her to hi room where Colt. 831,000,000.00 LAND. STOCK AND CROP. in 17. S. exceed district than either of the candidate, but it alleged Davit llelscharzar; grandam l.v sjone to Arkansas to visit reUlivea and will Frank. mw Mm either i fully up, if not beyond the aver- she remained over an hour. All this ia The proprietors of the Lincoln Mills where they go from thtro to Mississippi, L SURPRISE Solid, Froiupt and Honorable. Fays age of Senatorial ability, and aa they are ald to have been done at that early hour want to buy wheat. losses Ttiiiiotii uu uiivb- - uiscouni. hare oilier relative. They will be gone THREE JACKS! the onlr men odering for the office, it Ii and under the full knowledge of the night 4 -- Mra old. ilrtl I.y Imn. Paltrmo. Spring cbickena have apppeared at Mt. t eonie time. (the IrtolCfaw'iri floe jick) ind out ot t Supe Does the Leading American Basinets. likely that one or the other will be chosen watchman. Mra. T. wat very drunk and Sterling. They command $4 per dozen. At samo place, I will Hand thne Jacks. rior Mammon jennet. MlM lirnrA Hiintvr, attending coland whin the came out waa then taken to lor it. W. F. Abraham sold a com y Policies written by lege here, went home to Ltf ingston ST Mis Huckner' room where she remained bined gelding to John Y Myera Ae tiik train waa approach- for $185. to spend Saturday end Sunday with JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent. The fin. partnership Jrck.wlllserie maris at Slg: fug the Hanging Fork bridge at the rate of for some time in a drunken stupor. Davis Gen. llano, of Bourbon, sold 12 Short Iijebanda, 3 TMrtolJ.ilred by Wni. Hubble'.her parent. 90 for a lack colt and 110 lor a Jennet. li adtime dam Burprtw. Will tx-permit'J5 mile an hour on Sunday afternoon, a followed her to the room, but waa not horn cows and heifer to an Ohio man for lea lo MrTO uouieu unumucr vi jww lllnrk llairk at 9IO, aod Gnbe at SS. repCOMPANIES S SIX OTHER Siuinr. Feiwill and family, of Midi-eon- , weinlng time. It a mare Is mitted. Mis Buckner felt called upon to an average of $170. tutu C Uir lliat auu vuiis. resented at the same agency. Bate, ressonable. Colli all Insured to hetore foaling negro was ecn in thedialance gesticulating traded or remosed left Teaterday for time, the InsurUtTt county, liHEENBEKUT DRIUIIT. Ill- ance li forfeited ind season muat be prcmptlr setwildly with hit hat, signaling the train lo apprise Mr. Thompton of the matter and ltobt. Cregor, of Washington county, He la a good citlien and we hope tled. When crass la sufficient I will keep mares a accordingly wrote giving him tome de- claims a lamb which weighed 17 lbs. at its tew week! at 81 JO and Jennets at 11 per month; to the people of that b'late will rerelere hlui top. The engineer thinking that proba- tail. Thit letter Thompson forwarded to be paid when Hock Is taken out. The colts hell bly the bridge had been twept away, and birth and 40 lbs. whin thirty-thre- e days bound for the season, but ray cuiloineri.wllh Terr kindly. few exceptions, pay me promptly without tha lt believing that but few if any of hi passen- hii wife, upon getting which the started old. of Ihat Hen. rrompt personal attention will he Juikie M J. Durham delirered an A Lexington firm bought 100 tons of immediately for Washington, arriving there ger (Iren to tbeaccommodationand Interest of my hail through llikett lo the mystic address at the OJd Fellows Aonirersary but not liable lor accident!. about 8 r. M. She tried to explain her hemp at $4 75 to 5. Many farmers In April S, 1833. LEVI IIVlIHI.r. Celebration in Lexington and a Cincinnati world, iiickly checked up. Imagine the conduct and prove her innocence, but after Fayetle are holding tbeira for an advance humor he was In when he found lint the piper In printing a notice of it gcti mixed a ttormy Interview, Thompson declared in the latter price. at follows: "Mr. J. Durham, o( Danville, negro only wished to get a ride to Givent' that he would never live with her again Dispatches from the fruit growing re GLENCOE! Station, a mile or to further on. Il waa eX'Btite b'enilor, Ac." Hut such la fame. and theieturned to Kentucky on the first gions of Illinois say that the fiosl did ve reported that the negro wat hung then and train next morning. Cipt, P. B. Thomp- ry little damage, and that large crops of My Combined StsIIIon.wIU LOCAL MATTERS. there, but that la a mistake. Hand the present season at all kinds of fruit are expected. son, Sr , thought Phil, had tieated herbad my atible,'imlle. rjouth-wr- it Go.,) (Successors to Chenault, Severance & Florida Ouancirh at II C. Hri3h.1V of HuatonTlllo on tee Tm: meeting lo consider the question of ly and took her to hit house to liye. She Wanted A careful tenant to take iiusionsin. and Llh:rty Nkw style in fine fur Hat at ltobt. f. repairing the Baptist church, met Satur was a Mis Garnett and I described aa a care of a nice country home balance of the road at Lytle'e. day, when it waa agreed that a complete very handsome woman of considerable at- year. House ana yara, garden and cow Have just received an elegant stock of $10 TO INSVIIR M. L. Bourne, Stanrenovation was necessary, and it waa deci tractiveness. For several years after their pasture. Price, VKn.sox will btoome a money-orde- r Mt. ' aJKEL A COI1, Y) ded lo raise $l,'.'00 for the purpose. Of marriage, they were very hippy.but of late ford, Ky. office July lit Mney du.whtn the colt Is foaled. Tridlng tlio thl amount $7f0 waa immediately sub year, the love otwhltky which was acquir Col. Bowman, State Commissioner of mare forfrita the Insurance and males the miioii Wanteii. C6untry Bacon, 'efpecially scribed and committee were appointed to ed while she was recovering from a severe Agriculture, haa arranged for the distribudue. Lien retained on the colt till season li paid Abdallih Ulencoeli a leautlful brown, ot fine II. C. Wright. ahouldem. bona and muscle aod Ir a natural saddle horse; has secure the balance, and when we aiw the pa tpell of tlckne, baa glvm her husband tion of 40,000 silkworm eggs to parlies in track In 2:1333 wild trotted on a - much trouble, a the would frequently Kentucky who desire to make experiments I HAVE a good, Ktntle milk cow for per yeolcrday the amount had bten increatonly two months' handling. II. has produced some orthe finest horse. In lh. Stale and a larger per ed lo fCCO and wa constantly growing. If take too much and brcome intoxicated. in sericulture. K Harrow, Stanford. aala. It. cent, of extra walkers than any horse 1 know; Fifty-twwas .Ired by Jo. Eluio, he by Alexander's Aldal-lat- i, our Biptitl brethren would accept a Enquirer and Great Tom Her virtue had never been questioned be he by Uamhl.tonlsD; Jo. bliuo's dam by I'll rail cabbage and tomato plant from u they would tear down fore the fatal night In Cincinnati and there colts were sold at the Belle Meade sale, Mambrioo Messenger; he by Mamhrlno Vermis-te- n Jo-Wallah's 1st Jam by Willi. D; he by on hand at V. T. Oreen'M. their old building entirely and build a are those who claim that sho did not tacrl-fi- e near Nashville, Saturday, for $27,420, an Kcrefgner; he by Imp. (llcnco; 2d dam out of a brick one. The present old concern hti thoroughbred, known as the Doublehead snd 652 each, the came as lut of it then, nor at at any other time. She average ItccoLLEOT the maaa contention at the mire; Willi. D.'s 1st dam Starlight, by been repaired several times In our recollec- btrself arowa by all that la holy that the it year'a average. Cherokee; his dam by Imp. (llenco; trlighl's Cjurt'Ilouu next Saturday at 2 o'clock. 1st dam by WooJwcker. tion, which amount with the sum now absolutely innocent of any crime. Major It B. Metcalf, who haa recently A bandaome reeldtnca piopoted would have built a handsome Foil Sale. purchased a farm neir Lexington, has an WHO Mtsi nUCKNER 18. My Fine McElroy Jack Will aell tery cheap. W. Craig, Stanford. church, one that would do credit to the The woman who reeuia to play quite a Income of $1,000 per day paid him by a denomination and bo an ornament to the put in the tragedy waa formvrly the wife company for the privilege of working his Will stand at the isme place on the sauia terns. Try the "(lilt Kdge" flour; flrit premium (own. handi high and has proten himII. is about The alte U oue of the most comTouilinson, who procured a divorce gold mine in California. breeder. self to be a at Cincinnati Kxpoaltlon. Sold only by manding and a brick church of modern of Dr. I refer you to the following gentlemen aa to the Geo. W. Alford bought in this and from hrt because nf her alleged intimacy breeding ol the abir.itock: J J, Drye, J. K. II. C. Bright. architecture ought to ornament It. Baughman, IV m. Dodd, L. K Sharp, J. V. I'M; with Stanly Bowman aeveral year ago at Garrard county 8 hen' of cowa and calves IluaionTllle; L. 11. Buraslde, btaniord, Ky. Haydks haa received a nice new J. the Gall House, in Louisville. Many of our at $10 to $00. He alio bought in the I can turnish pasturane at reasonable rates. licxrEO Convict CitAhOEa Clothes. k, N. I'lllVtbb, Hustons 111.. 1 lot of Spring Clothing. Hudn't you better reader remember the scandal it created Freacheravllle neighborhood 250 lambs for While Mr. John C. Howard waa out in his go and get a bargain of him T and the aubseinieut proceedings for divorce. delivery June 15tb, at 6c, to weigh CO lbi. field at work, near Crab Orchard, Saturday, upward. TiiKpiMenger deot here, which luial. hi cabin wa entered and robbed of a black She resumed her maiden name and whether and The Anderson iVws ssya Judge W. II. alnce given cause for the scandal- waya been the handiomeit one on the line, catslmere ault and a hat. A pair of over the ha mongera' tongue to wag, we are unable to McBrayer haa sold lo Cincinnati partita improved. la being renovated and all and a penitentiary ault were found in find out, though they havo wagged all the 4G5 head of cattle at 0 cents and 500 head a thicket clore by and it it aupposed that Comk and eee the "Golden Star" the same. Many people lay tlio blame ol the of hogs at OJc, to be delivered in June. To which they take pleasure in calling the attention of buyers gcn waa a convict who bad escaped Wc have erally. cheapen and beat coal oil cook move In the thief killing at her door; and even hint at a Baton Davie Hackley sold hie farm of 381 acres, from the conti actor on the K. C. It. It. the market, at A. Owaley A Hoa't. between her and Thompson, which la .de- four mile from Lawrenceburg for $3,000 Saturday night a man wearing the ault nied. It ia alto charged tint the awore to T. L. McKee. CALL and examine my ilock of Furni- described by Mr. Howard, and a hat, with Ited bar italllon: IS hmdi: loaled 1ST8: bred br vengeance against Mra. Davit, when she Grand Armr ol the Potomac. Chat. Dunn, Stanford, Ky , aired by Messenger ture, Ac; it la now full and complete, and a silk cord for a band ard without binding Chief, sir of Maud MrsseDger; .year-olrecord, cut her acquaintance after the disgraceful The Grsnd Army of the Potomac will prlcea are lower than ever. B. K. Wearen. on the brim, also dtacibod by him, wa record, 2:28; Abel AbdalJ:2M.': Marrel. Gait House escapade. She ia but 20 and it hold lta Annual Iteunion at Washington, trial, lah, .year-oltrill, &H; (Jus. la aeen at Itlchmond Junction and it 2:23; llena C, 2:20 gall at a yrira old; Mattl. Mi 1)., detcribed as a beautiful and ftecinatlng D. C.May 10th and 17th, and-thPresident Inuai.ls of the K. 0. It. It Ohio In 2 20 gall years old, Maggie that he got off on the night freight, woman. Rhadames, Mervcilleux, Moire and Gros Grain Silks, Nun's Veil- 2:20 galr at 1and other promising Stewart, titdaiuhu-al- at ones, e J yrari&ld, after a trip over the line aya that tratna by Sentinel, 2'2v?i, and lb. sire of Von Arnliu, a he haa not been teen tinea. He wat It ianot necessary in this section, where & Miralrtlppi Railway wilt aell Excursion will be ruunlng through to Richmond by 2 20; Youc ing, Henrietta Cloth, Hunting, Tamise Cloth, &c., and, in fact, a 2:I9H; Annette, 2.23H; T A., aiignou, Ticketa to Washington and return to all about atx feet high and either a'white man Mr. Thompson haa been thrice elected to ml, 2.H; Vlramiiere, J.:o,, July lit. who wish to vitit the National Capitol at bentloel la loll 229; (Iraud Sentluel. 1MJ. or a very light negro. He pretended to Congreas, for us lo tell who he it, but aa brother lo Volunteer, th. sir. ofSt. Jullcn, 2:ll)i: Nice Assortmeut of Dress Goods generally. that time from Louisville and poiota on Lumder, I have a lot cf plank for fenc- have been left by the ctrtua, lo which he (Hosier, 2:17; Alley, 2:I'J; lloJIua. VM'JJi; Drlicr, MR. WALTER If. DAVIS Amy, 2.20! and a score 2.19; tinnier, ing and building purpotce that I will ex- belonged, and which he wa trying to i not so a short notice of him the line at reduced rates. Ticketa will be ingio In the 2:J0 diss. 2d dam Klliy Hirers, the record. J.W 4.yesr dam of JJerlle (Url, change for atock or forage. K. It. Ilayden, reach. Mr. Howard will give a liberal re- la of interest. He wat perhaps 28 year of sold on May 14th and 15tb, good for return oia record, z.37. sun in. granatin oi jmsuu Stanford. record, tW,; by Alexander's ward for the return of the fellow lo Ihia age, of good family and excellent standing. until the 10th. Abdallah' the sire oKluldsmllh Mild. 2:11; of the late He married a Not A Candidate tor Ooremor. 2 Thorndale. 1. 11..I Almout, Abdallah AxoniKH froit whitened the earth yea. county. , .!. .111.. .. 1.1 1..b. Mia Lavioia Herring, who, Gov. Hoblnson, One Killed and Three Wounded. The following letter is of interest to the lerday morning but wo cm learn of uo dam of Kentucky Wilkes, 2 21, and lbi graudam two ctiililren, survive hlui. Uf a ao. republicana of this section t ana itcun damage that It done uve to kill n few ten- On Saturday afternoon Bub, Tom and Oc, with Hamburg and Swiss Embroidery, India Trimmings, Everlasting Trim- oibobo,yu record, uvfs.iireiii t hii inoiup-soby Coiutl; by Sherclable nnd pleasant' disposition, he wa Vermont ltlack Us wk lha man Morgan, Ihe Juikik J. A. Lvtle, Cbtirman, Ac, Smith, Jamea Htfley and Jim Yocuui on uuilo popular and wa a partner with a der garden pUnla. Corsets, Fans, sir. of Kinau Allensir. of uiauy oihtr Irolters. lied and mings, Tucking, Laces, Ladies Neckwear, Hosiery, and Bill Cain on Mr. Fuller in the grocery buslnei. He ii Stanford, Ky. A'ar JuJgr. A mutual her to llliek Jacket's dim was sired by a Tex abarea nf the Firet Niliorml Ilmk onu tide ami Jim, Pete Hawk, tthdsuiaaextiaroadiuar. drinking houte at a relative of the woman he i said lo have friend of ours from Lincoln county, haa Parasols, &c. WHITE GOODS in endless variety, and a splendid the North by W. L. Vance, of Mercerbrought from dock of IhiipUoe were old aa high in $115. the other, met in a twin ly, and when it ia laid that llafley egged disgraced and wat a personal and Political Informed tue that it is your intention and said lob. of Measeuger blood, rwoilnel sod AlexConildering that the bank coiuuieuctd assortment of LAWNS, GINGHAMS, &c. friend of the man he wronged, ill ilory ander Abdallah ar bulb by Uradyk's llimblo- Caina that the Ionian, the graudslr. of Maud 8., J:IoM, aud th. October 1't, laKt, thfa h n remarkible on row by reminding the walhat he met Mr. Thompson in a drunk that of other frleudt in Lincoln county, to sir. of Dexter, 2:11)4, Nettle, 2.11: (trang. (ilrl, Smith had atsltted In their arrest when a en condition on the streets and that a a endorse and recommend me in your counpremium. x.xi; M.sxnger Chief aod better. A large stock of Carpets, Rugs, Oil Cloth, Matting and Wall Paper. T.wii usxeiie,of 2 SU jay uouiu, x:siH, soiavomvr. wllh reco d reward waa ollered for Ihem. A general friend be had conducted her lo the hotel. ty Convention next Monday, to our State wasslied by AbJsllah IMut.ilreol lttksrd,3:l Tllisltlchmond Branch which ia now the thootlng and cutting then commenced, and He had atated ou several occasion that if Convention for nomination for Governor. e iirord, ta. 1st dam II tied Jlui, Shoes and Gents' fine custom-madto (leu Ueo, II Tuowas, sire ot nine guage of the L. A N,, will, we learn it U said that fully forty sliott were fired. he could hate a talk with TIiouiimoo, Please let me remind you. that I said near The handsomest stock of Ladies' br Maubiluo Mrswnger, she everything could be satisfactorily explainfrom the Itlchmond lUgiiltr, be changed to Hoots and hcott'a'Ihoiuii. U , tddambr Mauibrliw ( bier, in the city. Wc also keep a full line of Eastern-mad- e OIL.wlnskl, 2.25J4 After the melee It wai found that Bill Cain ed. In conversation with a friend a ihort two montha ago In a card over my name, tlr.tfUdy Thorn. 2.1b4, Woodford Nambilco, that of the Kentucky Central, which ia 4 had been ihot through the heart, Pete Cain time ago, he asserted hi innocence and that I waa not in any sense a candidate for Mambrioo t'ltcbeu snd olhtrs, Shoes, which we offer at low prices. In addition to our large stock T.llH; NipoUoa, bugllsb Hunter, Ac. Sd dam by feet 8 inche, on the vecond Tuesday In Abdallah Imp. allghtly ihot in the head and cut in the wanted him to remember If any trouble this nomination, and ntant vkat nil. Mtuenger will make lb. seuou of IwH at ("has. June. It will all be done in one day and came ol the matter that he had not had Now you csn see that were I endorsed by of Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing vc keep a.nice line of Dunn's, i tulles Irom btaufotd, vn lluih llraticti back with a hatchet, Jim Cain cut in any criminal Intimacy with Mrs. Thouip the good mile from buuluid A Ijocsster pike aud people of my native county, it there will be no itoppigo of trains. A Danslll. plka.al the ihouliler and Bob Smith cut ia the son might be autplcioned that thii waa done at in pants and suit patterns, which we are offering at lov fig- Sdkr, In.w Laacasicr1'oal. Money due 920 to aa soou InsuroaMaro tu The tragedy ha been the chief subject my request, or with my consent, and that I to head with a rock and ihot lo the mouth Tub Flint National Bank building Marrs that bar. public sa lb. tact Is ascertained. of conversation here tlnce it occurred and was not in good faith in what I have hereures. A general line of Gents' Furnishing Goods. records of 2.S0 or better, or iucIi as bare produced undergo a complete change, which, when Haflry ran aa soon ai the trouble commen trot ten with recordi vl 2:) or belter, msy be bred publio aenllment ia considerably against tofore said. Ho thanking you all for your tflVcted, will not only present the hindaoui-e- t ced and Yocuui got cfl" before an oflicer arfree ol charge. Address ihompson, though tliero are many who es kind and friendly motives, I mutt request WILLIE O DUNN, MACHINE, We sell the NEW HOME SEWING front In town, Lut be j. model of beauty rived. The Smltha were captured and poiue id cam and believe that hea:ted and titti'si that my name be not brought beStaolord, Llucola Cu , Ky, MauKsota t'aiaix.by Measeuger Chief, dam and convenience inilde. Mr. J. H- - Carri held over to au examining trial to be held right. Perhap a full Investigation may fore your Convention in thia connection. Lulgma, 2 20: whjp h is one of the very best machines in use. Parties in need of a by Alcalde, (sir. of Ilyias, 2 gUn, of Danville, hiu preaeoted plana and ThunJay. It was a hard crowd on both itt Mr Thompson, lu a more favorable light Xttj truly yoiir friend, Fancy Dsr, 2:90, Ac ,1 will make the seuou ol mi A. M. Swopk. aneclflcitlona which are to be laid before tide, the Citm especially, they having and until then a suspension ot opinion at Fount Vox', BrjuiUrllli, Ky., at ll to Insure call. machine can save money by giving us a W, U. D. a mar to foal. ought lo be observed. the director! at their next meeting. Lexington, April 21, 1893. been before the court repeatedly, Ilonr. 8. Lyti.e lua received a Tery fine line of failltV filioes. QT.isrB'oiaDD. icy. ii SHOTDEAD. DEATHS Mra. y tTBXsIQKlXJ. Last-Wai- htng LADIES! j! DAVE YANDELL yyi GOD'SIOYESTOItY TO THE PUBLIC .- 110-- lf r. waltox, IKII.&II.KRY1 U1-2- Fancy Boy! Hfcs.ir 140-f- Hustonvillc Nat. Bank. tjr TWO GOOD .TACKN. l'Ull-Ihl- ." fl ts Ccaop-troll- er PHIL SHERIDAN Vj veiling-bous- btan-for- d, Mutual Aid Society praise-wort- IM-J- school-hous- ek' & Pol-lil- TWO FINE JACKS. 1 JACKS, & GLOBE Company OH TIXIXE ! a 1 Fri-da- South-boun- vo tt h!i. Kr id l. :! usa5ew 3P RI O 3D! FIRST-CLAS- ben-f- EDMISTON s OWSLEY ABDALLAH . M2oF o DRY GOODS! NOTIONS, a Lux-ss- CLOTHING, BOOTS, Shoes, Hats, Ural-cla- lii lU-10- Trunks & Valises, Abdallah Messenger! ' A Handsome Stock of Dress Goods d d tup-pote- -- u, bsll-br- oi bun-inet- a 1 I Cas-simcre- 1 1 light-runnin- g U, $tiw-M- f this 3nltriorounraI Taesday MornlBff, -- May 1, 1883 itorr. IJItle word to full of meaning, How yiu InigMen many a wsyj Help the toller in hie glrsnlng, MellLg lJ hurts often rJ. Uletitrs o( Ufa which bring us sorrow An ml lighter far te beer, Villi a heps of a brighter morrow, Whet, lb silos shell all Mr. Vviie.1 rjagb Male crowd llfe'a pathnty, And onr tlaye ire ilark and tlrear, Then Hit ona werd casts It brlitlit ray, And I Mil hearl brings comfort itar. j Hope eblnra fortb to guide ne oaerd Makes ui battle Lard with fete; OIe ue conrage to pnab foiwirJ ; Mates ua Strang to watch anl nail. Tbe Iml bide tbo i nnshlne; beyond and eee IbelighL There's future pleanrea In lb Glal Sometime Live on, and hope for days ware IHghL Look: blatant clouds' urVKVT (TOY vi&curtcitr KVUOVK or xnx of ajikuica. Tho toy ago of Columbus in 1492 was in many res,ect8 tho greatest event which had occurred in tho world sinco the birth of Christ. Politically and so daily it was the beginning of an entirely now chapter in human history, and it wrought cITeels ujion men's sjiecnlntivo thinking which, though perhaps less roiisiiicuoiui, wero not less real or Tn much more than the mere geographical sonsonai this tho discovery of a new world. It was tho first in a complicated series of events which four centuries have not yet fnlly rouud-e- d into n period ; tho foundation of a now Europe, in America, in Africa, in Australia and iu the islands of tiio Pacific ; tho riso of tho Euglisli race tv political and commercial auprcmacy, nnd tho odvanco of tho English language toward what may become niiivcrsal dominion ; the reorganization of govern ment upon n higher plane than tho middlo ages had even been aula to foreshadow; tho renovation of societv in tho old Euro) through countless subtle influences; tho permanent triumph of tho industrial over the predatory spirit ; tho successful assertion of individual freedom against tho' paralyzing absolutism inherited from tho Iloman empiro ; tho overthrow of sacerdotalism, and tho Christianization cf tho world. It would probably bo loo much to assert that some of tlioso desirable results might not havo liccu attained, so farUi tho old Europo is concerned, ovcu if tho lauds beyond tho sea bad never been explored and colonized. It is unquestionable, however, that tho progress would havo been mnch slower nnd much mow sub ject to interruption, Tho part per formed by England, for example, in tho work of European civilization since tho ago of Elizabeth has been so immenso and so complicated that no elaborateness of aualytio description can do it justice. Yet England iu Elizabeth's timo was s hardly ft iower, and but for tho colonization of America in tho seventeenth century it is difficult to see in what way she would bo surely or so Boon havo gaired the commercial supremacy which gave her in tho eighteenth the dominion of tho ocean, and thus secured her the foremost position in tho world. To those and thero are many such in America who are in tho habit of regarding American history as a dry and uninteresting study, it may bo n profita ble matter of reflection that sinco tho leginniug of the seventeenth century it is impossible to follow intelligently tho e affairs of tho old Europe through u generation without constant reference to tho Now World. John in . Jhirpcr' Magazine. first-clasbin-gl- OF 'KltCFttAXTf. Tho following incident is translated from Curler's great work, entitled "The Anim&l Kingdom :" During' tho (logo of llhurtporo, iti tho year 1805, at ono of tho wtells near tho camp, from which tho ntmy fetched water, two elephant.", ono large and strong( thn other weak nnd small, had boon driven up by their respective drivers. Tho smaller elephant had been provided for tho wcosion with rt which he carried ou tho tip of his trunk. Tho other ono, who for somo reason had not liecn furnished with n pail, cither of his own accord or at his Keeper's desire, seized tho bucket, and easily wrenched Tho it away from his latter wns too scnsiblo of his weakness openly to resent tho insult, though it was obvious ho felt it. After a timo tho weaker animal, watching his cliauco when tho other was standing with his back to tho well, re tired backward a foijr paces, and then, rushing forward with all his might,drovo his head against tho side of tho other, and fairly pushed him into tho well. As tho tmrfaeo of tho water was nearly twenty feet below tho level of tho ground, thero did not appcarany chance of getting tho animal out byjmnln force, at least without injuring him. Thero was u good depth of water bo- low tho elephant, who floated with case ou tho surface, aud, enjoying his cool retreat, did not exert himself to cscupo. A vast number of fascines bundles of fagots had been employed by tha army during the siege, aud it occurred to tho clephant-kccc- r that a sufficient number of theso might bo lowered into the well to mako n pilo and reach tho top, if tho elephant could be instructed to lay them in regular succession under his feet, Iho keeper taught tho animal this les son, and tho elephant quickly began to place each fagot as it was lowered to him under his feet, until ut length ho was nblo to stand upon them. By this time, however, the cunning animal, enjoying Iho cool situation, after the heat and partial scarcity of water to which ho had lately been exjiosed, was unwilling to work any more, and all the threats ofj his keeper could not get him to;iuuco another fagot. Tho man thereupon opposed cunning to cunning, aud began to coax and praise tho nninial ; and at last tho elcphaut set to work again, and raised himself so high that by the removal of the ma sonry at thp top oX tho wall ho was en abled to stop out on to tho ground. HAOACtTX TrK tiik caunsT or at.l hacks. Tho ancient Huns seem to havo boon tho ugliest of nil the ugly races of Con tral Asia ; nnd tho homeliest individual with ono exception was probably the " Veilf d ltoplicl ofJUokhnra,"' Mullah Ihu Said, tho rcpulsivcticss of whoso features was so overpowering that ho did not dare to show himself without a nutsk, for which ho afterward substituted a golden veil, whence his fuirnamo, Almii: kaim "Tho Veiled Ono." Yet', ''his biographer, Ibn Chahlir, assures its that an elder cousin of Almuknna, who proudly disdained to hido his face, ex ceeded him not only iacnidiUon but also in ugliness. This man, called Kofta Bon Lukas, and famous as n philosopher nnd grammarian, must actually havo been tho no plus ultra of homeliness. Ho was an accomplished teacher of langua ges, but tho only pupils ho could proenro at tho Lyceum of Bagdad were ndult males, of exceptional fortitudo, all oth era liofng overcomo by tho terrors of his presence. When Almobodi, tho Caliph, inquired after tho best teacher of tho Prussian language, tho namo of Ben LuKas was mentioned among those of tho highest merit, but when further inquiries proved this' worthy to lie identical with tho formidable licentiate of Bagdad, Alinolwdi, who wanted the in-- J structor for his own bou, was earnestly advised to niter his choice, as a Princo of such tender years would surely succumb to nervous proatraUou at tho first grammatical intcrviow. Tho Caliph ridiculed theso fears and ordered tho grammarian to report at his court : but no sooner hod Kofta Bon Lukas mado his salaam to the Commander of tho Faith-fu- l than ho was presented with a purse of 450 golden denarii and offered fifty more if heiTOtild Ieavo- tho capiuU) be fore night. He had been summoned through a misunderstanding, tlley told him, and tho Caliph did not wish it to beomo public that by his mistakq on illustrious scholar had thus been foolishly interrupted in his studies l - rnr. luscorrjtKH or unAxr. A striking feature of Mr. Fornoy's career in politics nnd journalism was his discovery of Gen. Grant ns Presidential candidate, Tho suggestion was first mado by Mr. Forney in tho fall of 1807, just after his return from Europe, whoro lia had been to visit tho P:ris Eipo-sitioof that year, to Chief Just re , Carter, of tho District of and Senator Thayer, of Nebraska, After digesting tho idea for a day or two it impressed Mr. Fomoy favorably, nnd but lie ran tell tho story in his own words 41 1 retired to my rooms on Capitol hill nud prepared tho nrticlo which npjK-arein tho Washington Chronicle nud tho Philadelphia J'rcti of Nov. 7, 1807. After it was in type Senator Thayer nnd myself called upon John A. Riwlins, Chief of Gen. Grout's staff, nnd read it to him. Ho iidviscd that it should appear the very next day; but I answered (tint Geu. Grant wns not n candidate for President, and did not desire to be, aud, if I printed it without authority, thero irn littlo doubt that somo riipcrscrviecable politician would call uion him and aik hinl if ho had liecn made a cnud'dato with his sanction. Ho will,, of course, reply that ho never saw tho nrticlo until it was iu print, and so all jtmr schemes to mako him President gang ngloy. Then HuwlitiH took it in to Gen. Omut and staid a lotig time. When ho returned ho said, '(Ion. Grant is quite pleased with your statement of his tx litical record, nnd surprised thut ho proves to bo so good n Hopublicau.'" Of course Grant wns predestined to bo President of tho United ttlate, but thero can be but littlo doubt that John W. Forney wns ouo of the most potent iu- strriincnts in tho hands of the fate that shaped the civil career of the great Captain. Philadelphia J'rcsi. Col.-i-ado. n J. I. nT.II. mnrnlng anil Lataef Cheniull, Sf mann A Co.. 8Un!of.I, Kf., MBTIIOlMST.WJUIII with nlghtexrtrt Ihe ihlM rrarer Meeting errrj & GO.. Thnmlay I. nlihk Uumley Hchool at 00 A. M. JteT II. inriionn, niiviiniriiinii fmportrra an.l JoMfn nl Drr tlouU, Nolloni, ae., K ATTI8T. KT. J M- - Usee. I'eator. Kenlres rllllh, 687, SW, Sit Main BlrMl, r..ouiHViivr..T3, ICY. noon, Pnn.fi r t hool at MO a. m. K. K. Barrov siirvrinivournt OTOTiiiwii. JOS. NEVEKA1VOE, M. ROBINSON (r. CflCRCH MIRtCTOBT. "HfOlVOX Chicago TIIK O.VAV OUTJE." Railway. 1.1 P Louisville, New Albany & MR Rt'NHINH ill, fellow-servan- t, onMmnd ami Vourlh Iml'i rMtalnlainflaifil. AND BOM II TRAINS s II lam L'WIflPiHT'a ..wa-- . Kit & tfuraa aUaaeanaa l '" - " BOUTH.-ll- fT. I. H. McKJ. LOUISVILLE CHICAGO I TO Hating ronclihlrd lomnow toTtxin, I vflrt for l)UK.SIlYTi:ilIAN, aalmr Rout, ftunerlnundent. Union Fraer Meellngeo a -- .... U..... Irntrt I ItA If I1A. m Itcylitrncc V ItiiHtucwi Hoiixe, V7edoea.lar nil hta. strife tills llraneh of - A N. IL 11.Iraln of In Iielstills OomblnM Inonr.iltiiatrd In Ilia lawn of Ilia 'Monnn a. tha ...nine In ilm.1. Kx-- , on llrwt. Tha building la Home" and go llinMifh lo Blue-Gra- ss two andonr-balfalorl- n hlfli, )it1 frtl ami ran-talIn all clht rooma. Tha itonToom la JOjIO, (irt'f nrnallr. t'raniiirilsTlllts with rounlara anil ahalf Inn nlrrlran-- l prorwrlr ra ami Ulilrngo lllioiit chnngr. with all tha oulbulMlnna nrmaar lo anJ tha taatAol Iha moal fiatlillona. and ,. B.1I.11. IDllrr piriiiinir 11..nn sl.tslift'. I....SI iss- an abundance of pnra walrr for drlnklna; and iiiuki Mtlntnni .1 Pratt Ora timk TAnt.r. houaf hold ruiiiopa.leauliriil lliaJo and fruit Irm ll....tl'.ln.il llat A1ouM0 Dally. FallTT MTA riON.i. adornlnl and liil(frlii( tha rnllra I'lrmlara, all rhanlturnplkr, 1 mtln Irom I saHUnfoM.f liwvl ftrtrlnaT. a afraiaiai ...llla.llAa. l.alanjkA "" 'i"" ("nt tnagood and tiralthr rondlllon Any ono Untir- iirrn m (iimitii'ii to iiork) Inn l.re. loulst llle ..... p m a ( a in J ing a rhupyrt ?aliiibl rraldrnm, amonc arlrr-- r IUnlTCoil tlinlfrttl 101 a In 101 I' hi Air. Ilreencastle won 1.1 do wr II to rail and proiprroui p-"l nT l,mt-Fo- r 3 01pm nl ' I'rswlorJiillle liofe tract of lin anu riammoina pirmiari purcnaiingcii)-whf- r. I It a m Urajrlle fnrlhff 1'irtlniliri, Iihji 1r of J. H. Owal-- y, Ttrini iramnaliln. wrllft in tit il iutiiu, .Milan l-- tr ' I'blrago .... TMiis H to nw JOHN V. riTMOIir-- ettfifuM, Ky HKSIt V V1HIU ronMj.Tfia. IW tf ThsinoalillrKl rouie. wiiii onir one rnsnteoi rare, toall points In Wlsroasln, Mlnnrsoti, Iowa, riebrasia, tr for nirmer iiiiorinauon. KI'UUAY KKI.I.KILd. 1'. A.. IM- taulstllle, Ky FOB J3ALE ! llon T Jf. rnllinan Tnlncc Cars ! .... Valuable Farm i ( 'i,n w.litM ., ,f ilf p""1" IHin tlfpu W. T. GREEN, Pealrr In Stanford Female College. .HTAM'OUI. KY. STANFOItI,KY., With a Full Corps of Toacliers, Thla Inalllullon will open lla Thirteenth on the M Mnnda In Hrtrmlr ALL TIIK liriANCIllJ) (IK A Groceries, Hardware, QUEENSWAHE, nit Heaalon ttlLOUISVjtLE eVNASHyiLLr: rJ'ft THOROUGH ENGUSHCOUBSE THK GREAT Harness PJL.OWN li5-lf and Saddlery, WAGOIVM. Are taiiiht, aa well aa Through Trunk Line MUBIO, TUB LANGUAGES. DltAW. INO AND l'AINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. 130; mmmw Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST I OU In Tuition, rrlrre ranee from IM lo toO In th iMulir Hrrarlmenta. Pilioarr. 12.1. Intrrupdlata rreptrauur, 110, and Cvllrglate, . For foil partlculare, aa lo Board, it., adireee MRN. N. J. THt'KllllAKT, I'rlnrlpal, AUnforJ. Unrein Co., Kf. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr ThiB viiAxni: changes : The nineteenth century has wituiu-cmany and very great discoveries and In 1800 Follon took out hi3 first patent for tho invention of n stenmlioat. ofa VKXTtitr. Ctulterbor. xut: nro ciiAitar.s a.t uai.akt.ava. In describing Ualaklava, writers hith erto havo been so deeply imbued with admiration of tho Light Brigade charge that they have generally devoted 1ut little space to that of tho Heavy Brig ade ; but tho latter was a grand affair, Tho Heavies are dragoon nevertheless. guards largo, strong men, and, with their scarlet jackets, white gauntlets and (with tho exception of tho Greys, who mado rr'galhuTt show as charging with sabers en tierce, the tnrf flying from tho hoofs of tho Jiorsea and tho earth literally trembling nude their thundering rusb,they struck tho enemy with a shock that could bo heard all over tho valley, and with an effect that almost chilled the blood of the beholder. They fought, Baber to saber, against greut odds, and won. Tho light charge- wai daring, brilliant, dazzling ; but at no point did it appear more so thou when, amid smokeandflame, they closed on the battery! Then',-ttLemen and horse were, jght lovwy, we knew that thej were still there and doing their duty bravely, for, liko forked lightning play-inthrough a thuuder-clouwo could see tho gleaming and flashing of theii Babors and lances. I havo beheld niauy cavalry charges since then, nays a writet iu tho Boston Commercial Jiulletln, but tho charges of ' Balaklavu.will remain fresh in myvmciaorylw Idle life lasts. n g d, TIIK i'.YK FOIIKSTS OF CAhtFOKXIA. The mountains of California nro heavily clothed w ith piues ; two of tho most valuable being tho sugar pine and A writer on d pine. tho of timber in tho ostness of tho State says : Thero is probably more timltcr, and of n quality not surpassed in tho Ktato, iu Fresno county thau in any other iu California. Tho timber belt extends along tho Sierras a distance of fully 200 miles and varies from ten to forty miles iu width. When tho timbei iu the more accessible riectious is exhausted, thin valuable belt u ill bo attacked, and its almost inexhaustible supply will givo employment to thousands of pc!ous, aud will require- millions of capital to bundle it. The first iucetit-iwill bo tho California Central railway. This will tap tho same belt now being worked by the Madera Flumo ami Trading Company, but iu timo otlici roads will Ik) built to tap tho pineries on tho bcuth side of tho Sau Joaquin and ol Thero nre millions ul Kiug'ri rivers. dollars iu the piuey forests of Fresno county. heavy-woodeo A til A It V1U1KK 0 A TIlKltlSO. When tho hunter has found n rubber tree, ho first cloars away a space from tho roots, and then moves ou in jieiircli of othcrr, returning to commence opera tions as soon as Iio has marked all the trees in tho vicinity. He first of all dim n holo in tho ground hard by, nud then cuts iu tho tree a incision, with a machete, as high:' as ho can reach. The milk is caught as it exudes ind flows into tho hole. As soon as tho flow from tho cuts' has ceased tho treo is cut down, and tho trunk raised from tho ground by means of an improvise, trestlo. After placing lanro leaves U catch the sap, gashes nre cut throughout tiio entire lengtn, ana tho milk carefully collected. When it first exudes thn mn is of tho whiteness and consistence of crcom, but it turns' black on exposure to tho air. When the holo is iillml with rubber, it is coagulated by adding hard Boan or tho root of the mochvaean. which havo a most rapid actios, and (li'oT,'a nrnvdlt tha rsennri nf. Itm always present in' tho fresh sap?'- When coagulated sufficiently, tho mbberia carried on the backs of tho hunters by bark thongs to tho banks of the river and floated down on rafts. Tho annual destruction of rubber trees in Columbia is very irreat. and tho industry must soon disappear altogether, unless tho Government puts in forco a law that already exists, which compels tho hunters to tap tho trees without cuttincr them down. If .thi3 law wcro strictly carried ; ... , out uicio wuuiu oo iv goou oioniug,lor commercial. etitorrtriAA' tnr tMo. will grow from eight ti ten iucEw if? diameter in three or four year8m)m socd. Tho trees requiro but littlo at tcutioii. and begin to vield returns sooner than any other. Thoso that yield tho greatest amount of rubber flourish on tho banks of tho Simu and Aslato rivers.1 The valuo or'thoycritdq IudiaS -- Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, Tho first steamships which mad regit AND Inr trips across tho Atlantic ovnu wm-tliProprietor ii Sinus and Great Western in Its snail be SecondDetermined that to no Uonntry it 18J0. Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointmenti, or AttenThe first public npplicut:ou to praction to Comfort of tical uso of gas for illumination wai their Qnesti. mado in 1B0-J- . 1813 the streets of Loudon were for tin Hata-atwill b taatarad to aad freaa tkaftpel tho first time lighted with ua. rra oiraaraa. pflal arronraooaiioaa lo to Coaaaiarrlal Traialara. Tha Mar will ka ,In 1813 thero was built in Wnltham, alnaja aaapllad with tha rholrait braailaof Lit aara aad Cigars. Muss., n mill, believed to havo been tho first in tho world, which comuiued all tho requirements for making finished cloth from. thu raw cotton. In 1790 there wcro only twenty-fiv- e postofficcs in tho wholo country, nnd up to 1837 tho rate of postage was 25 cents for a letter sent over 100 miles. In 1807 wooden clocks began to bo mado by machinery. This ushered iu tho era of cheap clocks. About tho year 1833 tho first railroad of any considerable length in tho United States was constructed. In 1810 tho first experiments in photography wero mado by Dagucrro. Hating bad thla Hotel About 1810 tho first express business nnd was established. From bajpnt lo garret, coal business may bo The anthracite intend to Keep tl in is .Strltlly iirwi-uiHSsaid la havo begun in 1820. Ainmicr, In 1830 tho patent for the invention of And lean nothing unJooa that win add to Ilia matches was granted. COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. Steel pens wero introduced for use a HALL'S Jatarrh Cm earBaaBBSBassualUia 13 BKCOMMEirPED I1Y AND QUICKEST UK 13 VILLI 1(1 Tilt ROUTE SOUTH & WEST PULLITiAN CARS HM.tHU, 'MeafpliU. I.I I lie Moaiconisrr, Allanta, Saiaauab, Jacasonsllle, Mettle, and N.wUrl.sci. llk, BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Palace Cars Without PnYCICIAItq nla fhanie. ana Catarrh of tho Nas.il ofthj Bar. Co or Ulcoratlrol Oatnrrn INTERNALLY, nnd Throat. It Is taken nets DIRECTLY upon tha Blood nnd Mucous Surfaces of tha Sistem. It I tho host Blood Purlflor In tho WORLD, nnd Is worth ALL that la charged for It, for Trmiaiono. Catity-ChroU.-.- OUIUW SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rress Lonlsillle PMIHPAMTC ClnlUnHIl I O receive special Dee I HI accrwiite ' Is fatace Care without cheage. Seeking homeaeoThe line ol this road will low rates. Agents ol this (Vmpanr for Isles, roulee C.iAtHOrU.G. P. e T. A. Louie. HU. Kr. ST.ASAPH HOTEL. W. S. FRANCIS, Kci'urnislicd I 01IL? INTERNAL CURE FOR'CATARRH rer-K- f MAnKirra And wo offer Ona Hundred Dollars tor anj Oneo of Catrrn It will not Ciirw. 1VILL. Cl'ltU ANV CASH. Cu.l Ofllco of A. T BmraRT liL.Junoa, ISA ( ittUTt. F J. ntnryit u., Toledo, O. Utntlemtn. -- 1 ute plramiro In Informln-- rou that I liato uaed IlalVs Catarrh iSim. It lias rurrdnir Iwaarrrybad and don't l.ealtaleto ay '.hat It will cure any ease of Catarrh If taJ.cn Yours truly, properly- J. U. TCuTHExroao. VfOIITI! UIO A llarehad write Catarrh for a) year. Halt's Catarrh, Cure currd rue. ConUderlt worth tiaOOa bottle. by all DrurelaUat 54 rta. per ljittlA Manularture.1 and nl.l by K J. aiK.VKi XTtmrlctors, TOIXDO, OUIO. iU3 mn Don't Be Led Astray ! 11 the peculiarly worded advertisements of rltal roulee, which are llshle lo derelfe Ibe public. Th Miortrsl and (liitrkret Kouls from Clnr In. nail West Is lbs & MISSISSIPPI! 10 Hours ! trold Cincinnati to SI. Louis Iloura ahead o( all other lines. For tale la Stanford by I'enny A UrAlUlrr. STANFOKD, - - KY. Iallr Tialns.wlth Jt tlaMOIaengrra, nochaogsof C rare lor enr Afflicted, Attention mi. GANN'S KEMEDIES FOR TIIE MILLION. MANUFACTUnED 11Y ltclltlcd 3Dallr 2Hsll; Trains to Lonlsrllle, with I'ree Tarlor I 2 12 W. K. (IANN, M D., 2 Hours tfansae Trains to Krinst llle. 4 hsiin Is of all other routes, with one leas change oi rare. Dally Trslns to Cairo, 7 hours qulcttr than anj other line, and no change of care. Dally Trains to New Orleans. Mo change of cars freui Undo nail. QtB!.ch,,KK,u,, chM ,t4U"" iul803 - Tho first successful trial of a reaper Are iSred took place in 1833. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS . In 1810 Elias Howe obtained a patent To natronlxa me, aa I haTaererr conTrDiecaajuch aaj5lCi:SA.Ml'LKUOOMS, Ac, fur IbrlruM. furtfiis first sowing machine. I 'Tlie first successful method of making Baggage Transferred to and from TUcamzet-- inula ruubcr was patented the Depot free of charge. (lire ma a call. in 1839. W.N. FRANCIH. Commercial Travelers 810,000,000. & j Com''. Tnn retort courteous : Ho (after proposing and being rejected "I supposo in tho cud you will bo marrying tomo idiot of a fellow" Sho (breaking in) L" Excuse mo, if I meant to do that I should iiavo accepted your oner." Tab watchmaker can't ullord to do a cosh business, because he makes nil his profits on time. AllTIFlVIAt. In France a )earl costing 310 is now imitated for CO cents or $1, and so successfully as to bo sold nt tho prico of the gemtino nrticlo to any ono not a veritable- expert, and even tho latter VKAIILS. Tteo Uours Lcaa Tlnieon the llliy rtdliaaa Plfu cars, and teas change of care than by other lines. The world is Oiled with the wooderful. Leant). The O. A' 3t. Is the only Una with 4 Dally nil and Intrlrate Intentluna ol man, yet all Ins Trslns from Cincinnati to HI. Louie, making direct combined talent and aenlua that the world has ee connections In the Union Depot (at 01- LoulOwllh er known Lea nerer )rodured anjrthlnf that ran Missouri I'acllle Hallway, Hi. Lottie. Iron MounMedlral eotnnara wath 'Dr. (iann'a Iletnnllea71 tain A Houthrro Hallway, Chicago & Alton lull, skill and Kienre hare, aa )tU lallrd to dlacurer road, Chicago, llurllogloa A llulucy Kallruad; Keany ining eiuai to mem. for ine cure ei ins okuk A rit Louie Hallroad, Wahaah, ML Lou la A for which tbey are reroiuiuenJeJ. Aa their I'acllle lUllroad, Xllaeouil. Kanaaa A Tarn lull vlrtnra and uh-- are nralar.1 Lr thouaaoda Ibroufh way, Ul Louis A Can Krindero Hallway. out Ihe length and brradlh ol the Und, andaa Bun.iam ratulir aiMicmea, iney rannoi ua Impress This Upon Your Memory. an I are fully auhatanllated by the strongest iMlltnonlala. only line by you TbeO.rfi.tf.il For Cougtia, tolJs. Croup, llronrhltls. Consump-llo- o can get through rare the Cincinnati towhich Irom hL Louts and all Diseases ol the Throat and Lungs, without payiug eilra lars lo addllloo to money MONTICELLO. KY. Vho THE BEST OF ALL U afraid that a The Albany good many ptoplu go to church simply for tho purpuMi of Luepiug up u boniug acqudiiiUiiuo with thu Almighty. Tiik true gout Ionian Uuibclf upon nothing. is ono who vauutt iilo.i of rn iieer,undertaiid anything." T.IK IS U WAIF. II. Mrs. Urown, "that in this boat race, tho Ktrndinmircs took water first. Poor fellows How lliirsty thi-must havo 1mii I but whut do they put it iu the paper for?" "It doesi,t"tuiii that," jerked out Drown. Doesn't mean that I" mill Mr. 11.; " linn whut does it liiwm ?" " Vhy," mud Uroivu. "it moans-w- hy, it moans that they were tho first to tuko wutor, that'll alL Yon womeu "Iso,Msaid y lit letting woman uU V suidllrowu the club that uwuiug, -- - l!oton "The is always room for u wan ol force, aud ho makes room for many. Thit.e pany oporates 1)30,000 miles of wire. of tho North. UKFOK.U llTlKOKZHAttr.V ") lire um i. Ihero is a reporter in St. Louis sworn Apropos of dreams, is it not a strungo tavi'furiii, who ilesenoi till the encour- thing it writers never dream of O'jcmont , . liis'cinuloTeri can rrio him.. their own creatious, recollecting;'! supTust, liko tho just man, hu falls ueven pose, cvou in their dreams, that they times a day. This is his oath havo no real existence? I never dreamed 'xt. I, 1M1- -I Holeninly pledge Iiijuolf (o of any cf my own characters, and I feel avoid diirine tho coming jeir lli.l tito ut tho it so imjiossible that I would wager in of matter i Scott norcr did of his, real as they are. lurlho- Dull thui." I had a good pieeo of absurdity in my l man.' head a night or, two ago. I dreamed '.Moiiiitod tbo scaffold liifii fjnijalij'yi that soulobddy was dead, I don't know TrTho MacLeat crmio iSt'tuf 1alii(I tu( who, but it's not to the purpose. It aiujaln," etc. wsb u private gentleman and a particular Ouco mors it is our sad and painful dutr." " Wo iro pained to leant." friend, and I was greatly overcomo when "Cauod," or." Watched," In writing up prct- tho uuws was broken to mo (very delicately) by a gentloman in a cocked hat, eutatiuua. " Hi win naliau io el," ai applied to a common top boots and a sheet, Nothing else. diuuk. "Good God I" I said, "is ho doad?" "Thou commouro. a fcaat of reason," etc " Ho is dead, sir," rejoined the gentle"Tvrjxiclioruaii rcyU,"a applied tf a hall. " aiid.tfllcii.iit," fniefcrriug to man, "as a door-nai- l. But wo must nil die, Mr. Dickens, sooner or later, my UoUlcUiU." "llio man of pcuclla," dear sir." "Ah," Iaid. "Yes, to be "Tiio rAberite," " Tho autppcr-u- p of uiicou- sure. Very true. But what did ho die aldcrt-- tridod," aud "Tha mail of nana," In of 1" Tho gentleman burst into a fiood ufuriui; to of tears, and said, in a voico broken by CUXrjOTS. ISOI.ATIXO emotion ; " He cltristeuod his youngest Kolilury conlliieuiout is being success toasting-fork,- " child, sir, villi a I never fully experimented wjth iu various prisin my life was so atlcc-tcas at his having Europe, For this purpose cells ons fallen a victim to this complaint. It of in are being constructed thut carried n conviction to my mind that ho are somewhat in tho unturo of cages. never could huvo recovered. I know Over'tlio door and overhead there is o that it was the most interesting and network-oheavy wire, A number of fatal malady in tho world, und I wruug thoso collu ure placed tide by side iu tho gentleman's hand iu a convulsion of ouo largo room of a prison. Tho respectful admiration, for I felt that that cau see nothing of each other, and explanation did equal honor to his head Youthful no conversation is pormittcd. and heart. IM tcr of Churlet Dkkent, prisoners tiro especially subjected to this Vol. III. niodo of confinement at ulght and durhours, tho object Mn. Blum i ruuuiuir for a Doliticm ing other to prevent tho demoralizing influ ollice, and u coutemorary thinks he being will "end with Iiauirutatious." If ences resulting irom imprisonment in U at present pur1 elected, ho hhould bo judged by his common. This plan sued in Belgium, Italy aud Ireland, and Ac Is, and init it is hard to give a new Utoleintioduccd iu Hungary, tvisiun to Ihesio old puns. ruikmingt-xr-ittiiioi"J)o-)inii- South iuiu ladies, who liko broad verandas, speak of tho stingy littlo porchci Tub Western Union Telegraph LINIMENT! FOR 1IA1T A1ID BEAST. For morn than a third of a century tho Mexican JtlnataiiR Llnlmautbaaboen known to millions ull over tha world oi tho only aafo rellanco for Uio relief of ftcclut-nnnd imln. It Is a mallolno aliore jirlco and pralso lie beat at Ita hind, i'or every form of external pain j t'erilcketet ratee, or any Inloirastlon, rail on Ticket Agrutsof connecting llnra. -I- NFor Idler CoiniIaint.I)rsiDsla. Indlcestloa Jaun (l'lrM fallal 151 Walnut at, 41 dice. Constliatlon, Hour bloiuarh and all lillloua Pinplnnnfil Weal Kourlh at., 1 ran J Hotel, jjisea-ie-i, UlilUllildli liepoUootofMlllelrrcL W. II. Ml ATTUC, Vho Cure. IV. W. 1'KAIIOUV, Oiiiiii'h (ieu'l I'a eeeoger Agt llen'l Huperlnlendent, Cincinnati. For Itheuuiallsni, Kcuralgla, Spralua, llrulara and an or Swellings-for uisn eiteroal Dr. Ghiiu'm C'oiikIi Nyrup. pall lor llckil. (r Dr. I.lvcr Mill Umo Dr. Guiiii'h I.liilinvnl. f as Forl'llcs, Hemorrhoids, Iiurna, Fistula and all siinuar uietssos, KENTUCKY CENTRAL r ra II Uho Vhc IThu Dr. Guiiii'h I'llo Ointment. Dr. Giiiiii'n IMUer-NHcel TIIE JIOHTDESIKAHLKHOUTi: TO For Fresh Cuts, Hums, Ulcers and OKI Bores, OIUIUH'lll. CINCINNATI! Aud decidedly the Popular Uoule, aBbrdler. aa It does, leaa changes and superior accoinniodailona to - class aro often pufczlcd. Tho artificial pearl, however, is simply a glass bead or globe which is first coated ou tho inside with a glue mado of parchment, then treated with a peculiar "ofcscucc," after which it is filled with wax. Tho essence is tho chief pearly ingredient, and is obtained by rubbing together whitefisb, so as to rcmovo tho scales; tho wholo is then atralnod through linen, and left to deposit its sediment, which is tho cssenco in question. It requires about 17,000 fish to produco a pound of tho pearly essence. New Yorh Home Journal. MEXICAN Mnatanir Liniment la wllliont tin cnunl. It iieaetratea Sleali and iiiuaclff to I Dr.Gunii'n Ntonuicli llUterM Aptler the very bono iui. jnujuezicaii unco of jialn nd lnfljunmiUlon Impos-- I alblo. IU irrocla upon lluman and I tha Unite Trillion cru eijually Tomlt-r- - mnWlnrt tho A Itellable Toole. and Hlooil I'urlfler, cures Dyiaepala, Indigestion, Llrrr and el Cumilalnt, Malarial and all twrlodlcal uiKasra. Mtnuiaciurru and lor sale ur Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, TbsKortb, Northwest end Weat. In fad. If you cents ni plate a trip lo any dlretlloo, your Interest will he besiserecd by purchasing your tlckeU r la K. C and Cincinnati. ITrelue each way 2; l'ull ooutlnu-- l Sole proprlelor, Monllcello, alerAII orders M-- ll by uiall will rerelre iouipt atleutlou. Ky. MUSTANG Liniment Is needed bv aomebodr In I every house. Kvtry day brlnirs news of the KRouy nf an myfiil acald or lium1 I subdued, of umrtyr re-aioroii, ur o vaiiiiauia iiureo or txi aarcu uy iuu ueauiitf jiuwer vi uiu man Talacel ara; Llrgant New lar Coaches, and handsomely furnished Hecllnlog Chslr Cars lorni tha unequaled equipments of Ihla Old Hellable, thereby making a trip orer thla Hue eus ol luxurious roialort aud pleaaurs. Try ll. TIMK TAULE, IM KFrEOT DEC. 31, 111. " CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO a l East South. No.g. No. 4. SO Ko.. in 1 00 pm ui VISpm Kentucky's Kouto - Le. " Arr. Cof Ingtoa., .. LINIMENT which anordllr cures inch aliments nf I I thu lll'UAN 1 1.KSll as Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line running- "IVncll-puahor,- " Brooklyn has a clats of thirteenyoung ladies who aro taking lessons on tho lolln. They want to be.suro of. a .how. of sin so much ai-l- None triflo with God and mako sport as those whoso way of livings luterfcro with their proyers; who pray ticrhaps for sobriety and wait daily for an answer to that prayer at a merry meeting or a tavern. 9 In tian experience, to mistake what is done us for what is done by us. We aro continually prono, in Chris Joints, t'outrncteu iHuacles, Jliirnal nnu Drama, vuia, uruiaea Mini lI Nuralus. I'olaouoiM Ultra mid a, u Sliira. nlimieaa, bores, lllcers. l'roct .llldalii Nora Nipples, CuL aaat, ami I e. Indeed every form of external It htals wllhout sears, tho lluuTi: C'ukitiok It curea lor Npralns, Ntvlnuy, ritlrr Joints,! Ilia louuilir. Ilitriieaa Korea. IIOOE Stall, taeea, Foot Hot, titrtw Worm. aaoiiurr iioiii. ncraienra. iiiuu. lllllgloue, Sails, Himviu, Tliruali, l'lllll lllloul l'oll 1U. the Mqlit and every ollur ulliiieiitl viiicii ino oecupanis ui uiei Hlaule anil Mock Vara ara liable. Tha Stesleau JIIuatau Lluluient dla-eaa- Hliouinatlsm, Hivellluga, Otlffl PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPIN0 OARS AMD 7 SO p in 11 M put Lfe. lx:xlngloa ... 10 p Ul Ii 10 sui pw Arr, Wncnceter .. 9 00 p iu II 4) am Ut. rllerllng 7 21 p lr .. Ashland g ui p m ,..M... " Huntington IMsu No. 6. No, S. No. 1. Nomtu. Cjntnlana.... 1'arla. Lexlugtoa... .. p 4 lu p 10 M a in ft OV p 11 50 a u ft 44 p VI 13 p m 6 U p litis 8 00 a to 1 u lOuapu 10 in 11 Iiiuu Ill llllpu 10 iu 40 pin 10 pm ..... -.. A SOLID TEAIN raou I.OIllHTillefC,lllL'lllllHlllUllll4f?X Lea. Uuntlngtoan, Arr. Lexlngioa -- .. IISpu Lfe. Lcilugtoa... . 2 10pu " " " AshUnd-- ... Mt. bterllng. 7 15 a ui Kl a m ft BO a Winchester ... 11 II p ni C 10 a in ............. a u II ..... ..... ..... .... n Ul Ul liiKlon, Ky., WASHINGTON CITY. Connecllog Espkct nothing from him who prom ises a grcatdcaL One of our best citizens would say to tbo public that lis has tried Hall's Catarrh Cure and it la all that is claimed Tor II- - wee 76c per bottle. Catarrh is the seed of consumption, and unleM taken in time Is a very dangerous tUtue. Hall's Catarrh Cure never falls Mf lo cure. l'ric7oc. Bold ur renny AlUter. alwuja cures and uover UlstipiivliiUi anil U Is, positively, 3BEST xH OF ALL LINIMENTS T03 SdJLK OS BXAST, No. truusdslly and hu day roaches from Cln. rlnnatl lo Waahlngtou, l'ulluiaa Hleepere to Kan a. wba Kails. W. Va. and Ketllnleg Chslr Car to Lex. Inglou. Ntos only at stations ou K. C. H. K. where llius Is glfen. No, 1 tuna dally, except No. riundsy. hu through coachcato lluuilnglon. i runa 'tally, exiepl tiunday, hu through coaches All Virginia and North Carolina lo Mt. hteillog and parlor tar to Mamille. No. 8 ruusdallyj haa eliautday coach from Wubtng. l'ointa. too. l'ullmau Hleeivr from Ksuawba 1'alla and For tickets and lurlber Information, apply to Lexlngioa to Cincinnati. Ouly care Krlor stops. from 1 and I iuu dally, sxcept Buu-dayourneaft-s- t llikttulliie.or addieaa Nos. aud hare through, loaches from iluotlogUin o. i:knnt, jAMii WMleru Agent, and Mt. hterllng. Direct couoectloa at Lexington Uenl. with stages forItlcbuiend,Ky.,Lawrencburg,Ky 310 W. NmIu aud Versailles, Ky. a. vr. iiENOEii, u drown, C, W.NMITH, II. W. rilLLKK, Uea'l 1'ass. A Tkl. Ait, hurlutndinL Uau'l Manager, tlea't I'aas'r Ag'l. tleneral offiru, Oof ington, Ky, lUchuonJ, Virginia. 3Sre7r Arr. Car Ingtoo. iu e 43 pm MAYdVILLK DIVlalUN. No, Lf. Leilugtou A pm, Arr. UayiellleS lopia MajsrllleOWsui, In same depot Willi fast trslns lor No. 10 Lexington Zoaui No, II " l'arla S Ma tn. Marsrllls M 4.1am " MayaillleI149pu " Lexington gSSpm No.li " I'ails.-- .. SOOpu Cynthlaua..... 3Mpin " ralmoutb...,. 4 4J p tu a a a 6 13 p pi II as a 7 43 S3 11 10 III IHis a ui ui JISpui SU pui 4Maut SMptu The Direct Route to Lynchburg, ville, Norfolk, YorK. Dan- i 1 c