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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 4, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883050401_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 4, 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. a I VOLUME X.-NUMBER Semi - Wee111 510. Harmontout ssess iiiefio 4, 1883. 13i onfimL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY Principlti. IU. i s v.: ." i f -- -Editor and Proprietor W. P. WALTON, T. R. IVALTOf, Busineti Manager t'ubtlntira trm Th tut tan nml lYIitnun, sal : ANNUM. "TlfiM ibn't ssnd ttampl In psy mint of subscription, ficepl to insaathaiig, and then of il. BorjkastloMnat nVrr.thrr nt. 'ofltntUln on Poor Ptonli, "Ifermon1 laid IIo'tTcnitcin, as ho glanced over a book in which ho kept mail account!, "lias dot shoorunker vat keeps do corner around bald vot ho owes do idoro vol?" Tho Now York Sun has laid down tho following planks fur Democracy, which It denominates "Harmonious Principles:" I. Let tho tarifl be for revenue It will then bo protective also. II. Lot tho rovenuo tarifl be tho only sourco of revenue III. Let all internal taxes bo abol ished at onco, oxcopt only tho tax on spirits. IV. Let tho tax on spirits be re talncd only to meet tho necessity of means to pay arrearages of pensions. When tliceo arrearages aro provided for tho spirit tax bo likowiso l 1 Miss Lillio Wall, of Irwin coun t'No.lMf) Iloflcnitein," replied tbo ty, Ua., was dangerously ill for severclork, "but I dhlnk ho vllt. IIo vns al days, nnd tho doctors quietly inagootman, if hor vns poor." formed her father, Mr. Jasper Wall, "Dot may bo so, Ilermon, but you that his daughter could not possibly had peddcr vatch him. DoaM lot live. Going to llio bedsido and view him haf notinc moro on credit. You ing her sadly, tho father said: "My roust nlvays dink a man in a raignl darling child, you aro obliged to die, undiP he bays vat ho owei; If you but I only hopo that I may dio first. don'd, you vill loso money by dioking Shortly alter ho went into convulsions Her and was soon dead, followed threo ho vas goot. My gr-- r mon, I hava seen blcnty uv boor men hours later by his daughter. Sfas coot! Dey vould got dings nt When sinners have supposed them ray tdoro on grcdit and abend deir selves to bo dying and professed to bo gaih mit somo von elso. Vetch do but afterwards havo unex suoetnukes, Ilermon; I haf peon boor converted, pectedly recovered, in most cases they myself vonco." havo livod as thoy did before. This "Do shoemaker, Miader Ilcflcn is tho general opiniou of pastors who stein," ald the clerk, "vould haf baid have scon thoso supposed deathbed povoro dis, if ho don'd haf pecu zo conversions, as reported by tho Cin'i-li- an boor;" Advocate. "Put ho don'd got no pisness being A rural typo, in sotting up a farm ' vayl" replied Hoflenstcin. "A dot man vat vm boor, Ilermon, don'd can item made it read "tho temperature humidiblamo nd"von but bimrclf. Vy don'd of tho soul depends upon its when the editor came in with vclty, like odder beoblej? If n ty," and ho got his wet boots on and lifted tho wretch man vas sadiavitd mit pciug boor, ho into the soil of tho adjoining pig don'd can po vert nnyriing, you know. out to a vclty pen he had tinio to reflect upon tho Vcn I vas beddling, I vent diflcrenco between soul and soil. merchant to get somo goots on grcdit. IIo don'd let mo haf doai, und I dold An observing man has noticed that him dat I vas hoursd, if I vas a boor shomnkcrs aro careless about the shoes man. Vat you dinks, Ilermon? ho thoy wear, hatters about their hats, says, 'My frcnt, hell vas so vull uv and tailors' about their clothing. This beobles in your vix dat doir lego vas probably explains why soma ministers sbticking do vindcrs oudl' Dot cxhc are personally careless about their re rience, Ilermon, learned mo dot a boor ligion. man don'd haf got invlueuco enough James G. Parkinson, a deaf and to runko do dogs bark at him, und bo dumb lawyer of the Cincinnati bar, I vent to work. Dree year afder dot, has been admitted io practico before I haf a dry goota sdoro und vas brcai- - tho Supreme Court, being tho first Sly. dent uv a lwhtical association. mute over enrolled at that bar. Ilermon, nefer vant to po At a stenographic exhibition in a boor man! Do only ding vatn boor und ho Pans 2 1 diflerent systems ofshorthand man can get vas religion, other curiosivould't get dot If it cost anyding. aro on view. Among ties thero is a postcard containing Itccgolleck dot bersefcrenco In pisness words. vill mako you velty, und dot if you vas money In Paris tho number of illegitimate vail in do righd vay dcro in it. Ven I vent to Simon Kraus children born is CO per cent, of tho 57 man, my vifo's uncle, und I says, wholo number, and in Vienna per cent. 'Simon, I dink I vill vail; dero vas J. H. On en, Louisville, mts : "Urown'e no money iu do pisness any longer.' relief from 'do poys vas bay Iron Hitter gaTemcrpetdr Reuben ho says, Ions continued attack of dyanrpals." inc as hieh as dwenty cents, dis year, &cii sen is vuuiutitss. und I dink you pedder volt.' I dook T hciuucc, uguiu, wo otto the idea of his advice, Ilermon, und nexd year, The nnriunta, said Uagehot, sr . ven doy vas only baying don ceuts, I it.hud no conception f progix; they vailed, und niado olcr vour dousand li.i not m much us tvjivt the itVo; thoy tollars. Shust dink uv it! Now, dero not uveu nn tor tain it," It is not, I was Solomon Oppenheimer, who put tin ik, lion Kuing too far to say that the . a lecdlo sdoro ub avay out in Argan-sas- in- - t of en iliznliou of a nation must und do country for viftecn miles i o nivaiurcd by it" pro,irw In bcIoucc around vas ro boor dot all do vlcas It is oftoa Raid, howowr, that, great and roeent discoveries vnnt avav. Veil, ho but his idoro uncirkctfd as tho certain ultimate ho vailed in lm Ucn, thuro nro derc, und vor zeex years iroWcins whiuli roust ever remain pisness, und uow Solomon owns a For my part, I would prefer gouple uv prick sdores in Houston, to alwtain from laying down any Buch Texas. IIo inado all uv dot by his bcr- - limitations. When Park naked UioArnbs Bcfcrcnce. Dink of it, Ilermon, und what beenmo ot tho him nt night, and whether tho sun was always tho sarnoor vilo you dink of it, don'd let do thoy replied that such a vo vas dalkingnboud got avay now ach iluy, ipivstion wn childish nnd beyond tho mitoud baying vat ho owes." . shoo-mak- Tho Gotbard railway proper is 113 miles long, and thero are in all not less than 60 tunuels, comprising moro of the wholo line, mathan ono-fif- th ny of theso tunnels being also constructed iu spirals, to enable tho road to make very great ascents within short distances. Tho main tunnel is niuo and ouo fourth miles loug, and others exceed 0,000 loot in length; tho width of tho great tunnel is 20 feet A man nt a hotel fell tho wnolo length of a flight of stairs. Servauts rushed to pick him up. Thoy asked him if he was hurt. "No," ho replied; "'.'not at all. I am "used to coming down that way. I'm u life Tho Krilghts of Honor in tho United States distributed last year to the families of deceased members tho sum nf 82.250.000 und this at a cost of 83,000, -- or about onosoveuth of ono per cent. Vow ropa for halters may," sajs Ohio Farmer, "bo remlcretl per 'limber and soft,' by boiling in wator ami men uryiug f.a iron iiiuriti iur ilvalullul. ruituy l snd iSAiSKtloni Ifvlt the evertriM.' II f ... Until.. 11.- - 1...... Il' .HVI ;' a m i NE 10 "I uwUril,l-.- II' Lft' l?l bl "I'l'i" calico. Tho wooden genera of tho famMTU. ily liad an objectionable stare, and were Everything living, however small and too liablo to bo scalped. Tho china Eepresentative Newspaper of the South. insignificant it appears, is susceptiblo to cousins suffered from fragile noses (and TUE WEEKLY In a Massachusetts town heads) and an unnatural shining skin. kindness. thero is a young woman who has mado got over the danger ot r quito a number of tho piscatorial inhab breakage, but tho immortals have, liko most intimate itants of a pond her -- AN OUO AN OF- old Tithonus, tho gift of life with tho friends. She makes daily visits to tho gift of youth forgotten, nnd, tho period pond, carrying a genorous supply of of doll existence being over, their food. Any ono of tho fish, turtlos, frogs, washod-ou- t Kafllr complexion is frightetc, will eat out ot tho lady's hand, and ful to see. Composition with a thin skin allow themselves to bo liandled without of wax is most iiopular In nursery so :m: betraying the least fear. Tho most fa- ciety, but tho elite ot dolls will over bo Ah ExKstr Or miliar ot this colony is a largo eel, over tho waxen fair ones endowed with human MONOPOLIES, OLIGARCHISH threo feet long, which will permit him-Behair. All dolls' hair has at least ouo to bo taken from Uio water and toyed human property that of falling off. with at pleasure, tho only consideration But, fortunately, human baldness is a THE SPIHIT OP SUBSIDY! King that his head alono shall remain gradual sorrow; not, like poor dolly's, A embodied In iu tho water. Among her other acquaintThis is a ono shock of consternation. Even as ances aro two snappiug-turtlewho reach of humnn investigation. g most trying misfortune to a Uttfiu 181i so high nu authority ok seem to relish tho terms of familiarity. child. A creature with only ono oyo, TUB Com to treated as obviously iuij)os(iible ono leg and ono arm may still bo cher- oldkx xnttc. C0OEIER-J0UBNAattempt to determine L and hopeless any WEEKLY scalped doll is a monstrosIn London in tho old timo tho market ished, but a tho chemical composition of tho heaven defects than this Hu do superior as a great family and political ity. Yot ovon greater world Its circulation Is ly bodies. Doubtless thero aro qucs-lion-s prico of fish was prearranged by author- can bo cured; indeed, medical Bclcnoo paper In ity. Edwird IIL, for instance, issued tho solution of which wo do not as JMA'V TIMKS LAHOEll wonders dono in a Lonpales beside tho it our way oven to attempt; never- wry stringent regulations for keeping don "Doll's Hospital" "Whatabeau- - Than any political newspaper In the South, and Is t.ut few In tha United elate. It con of tho past warns donu prices; whilo tho profits of all fishtheless the oxjwrienco tlful doll 1" wo onco remarked to a com- - tains each week th most complete summary of Af lli wnrld. and Its editorial COlUUlDS us not to limit tho inabilities of tho mongers wero to bo no moro than a mnnlcativo-lookin- g stranger. lh, littlo are slwajs (Henry Watleraoo, lutiiro. A'r John Lubbock before the lenuy iu tho shilling. Tho following "Yes," said tho communicative littlo able, strong aud brliht. Anions; the LSl'EClAL KEATUUES wero tbo market prices: Mackerel, one llrltiih Auoolutlmi. proudly; "and this is her second At Telegraphic Specials from all th leading poloU jcuuy, and turbot ttxpeuco each; Boles, ono la th United Mates and Europe, clcrlal and Short head I" Chamber' Journal Stories, Taluisge'sHerinoQS tin day alter dellrery JIKKT 1IAUTK. twelve for threepence; pickled herrings, la Urooklrnlabernscle. Market lletwrt. rash. lou Letters, Turf and block llepons. Answer to t Harto was born at Albascore; oysters, twopenco ono penny per Francis Br.-Auono tho Athenians tho perforation Currospondeals' Depsrtmctit, I'ootry and Depart er gallon, and eels four enco jer 100. o! tho earn was a mark of nobility; with went lor Children. Mo Home In the Country ny, N. Y., in 1837. At 17 ho went to should be without It, Cuilforuh, whoro ho taught school, No fUli wero allowed to l sold that tho Hebrews anil llomnus it indicated SVHSCUIi'TlOX TERXSl been more thsu ouo day out of tho Bcrvittttlo. a miner and then a compositor hi Dally, 111 a years Sunday, IJ a jpsri Weekly, singly copy on year, II. SO. Vlr copies, on year, Rev.nto- -. oflleo at Eureku, Nov. i newspaper nt us lb has been 13 W. Alter a club ol nr oat every fifty beggars club raiser csn, throughout th year, add ilngl turning to Sun Francisco, ho was a Fobtt-ninfr It is worthy of notice that very few aro rank e swiudlors of baso ini)08tors, subscription at our lowest club rsiell 19 only and. and afterward editor of the Yearly subscriptions yearly suUnlptlous. men distinguish themselves us edito. lor lea canb rKredat Itthrat. Our terms M ctnts Oalclen lira. IIo hold jvositious tho avewgo UgRor couocts than a yiar are II foi eight months; who do not first of all servo a patient and yet forsla WKUtbi; SCienls lor three months. It soot oly In tho Surveyor General's oflico, either as subordinate bout 70 cento r r dT. A ssuipl cony of Wetkly OmrHrhtunal appicnticoshlp .ho Uuited States Marshal's oflico and tho fra of charge lor elimination ou application untnv PILES! PILES! PIUS! writers eras tho conductors of Liberal rath lomiuls.li.u allowid ransaurrs, Slid Itrunoli Mint, ami was eonoeruod in tho portnut publications. oulOlKlil Ititiu Ireaotcusru. Aoorrss Expcriouco shows Dr, Ututinu' Aeu Vlncorrrv for W.., N IIALIIKMAN. aiaungcmeiit of tho CVif'onifai. IIo Loulstllle, Ky rrctldrnlCuurler-JoumslCothat thero is a good deal moro to mi mm Is a radical chance from th old remediesot oecnmo widely known by his pounis and Tha Dlscossrv Is Iht result bo mastered than tho art ot writing t..,.inlr.liu and Insesllgallon DaaogyjtJ,, anil for B Tariff for EeTOIlUB 3l.aractcristia pictures ot California life well. It U in this seuso thnt joumalunt yarofpatlntKleullnctudy disc. Tecon. onj Inlotn character of this. painful ,n tho Overland Monthly, founded and fA . ..-1. A 111 Is called u prolessiou. men., 11 A . . VlACO you wi lia sni W, M. v. wm 1AMW Vrroon, edited by him in July, 18C3. Sinco then Stanford, or WUr, Mt. lio has published several volumes of NivAbA has about 1.000,000 acre ot snd f el a saupl box free of rharg. itorlos, sketches and iootry. Harto uow alt laudTand could supply tho wholo UUEleaMao,of liiucV)D,lll., sajsber physibopalea consnioptlta, but Utsvi iu England. .STAMFOBD. KY- .earth If necessary, lleside this abo lis cian gar utrupa a Eipuctuant curad her. Kor ss about 1,000,000 acres of soda and brim-iton- o four Utile of Brown' All diseases resulting from by I'enny A. McAllsler, Blsufcrd, and W. M. aalf Proprleter. nervous debllltv, mentsl anxiety, degress-io- n doivoklts, sufUcient to run hades for Weber, UU Vwnon. W. P. WALTON. of spirit snd functional derangement of the uexf 1Q0.000 years. Oeorj W. ItlUlln. ( Dlu Mound, HI., writ Eight complat aets of Seen- that Druwn's Expectorant cured hlu of a sarer BlMofBtaMtOxM. nervous system, cured by Certain Invlgo-rttotry Dealing capacity, luciuuiua aalierr, W0. M .n.ra.u. thine ala had failed Far sal br For sale by gee advertisement. Katk Field U among tho fint women Vena, A UcAUsltr, Stanford, and W. H. Wsber, II HeasonabI rate to good altractloua. AUdree u a uoi. NU Vernon. Penny & MoAUster. to advocate crtmatiou. HTItAXOB India-rubbe- nnoTHKn aAnnyr.R ox hohkhti. If I shonld find a pcrfeekly honcsf BaocKixn disaster An rnrthqunko. nan honest in his expressions, honest Gnosis must comg from gnomo man's in his dealings, sincere in his statements bind. I shouldn't liko him, Ho would bo a Sur.M.iNO salts Bailors trying to dis- loncsomo object in dis algo. IIo would Whilo cover a placo whoro whNky Is sold. seek in vain fur companionship. Thk Arabic for cnt is "git," That I bcllovo dat honesty am do bes' poliey, I doan' look to sco it practiced boyand a ought to Ikj tho KnglUh of It, too certain limit. When I trado mules wld Git too? to doubt his word. PcnsoNAL John, como back; all Is a mon I kinder Ilka I want to feel dat ho am kecpln' still forgiven I I'u kicked tho wrong man. s an' spavins, an' dot 'bout do IIo did not know It was you. Stella. do boast ho says am jlst tnrnin' fo'tcon Some ono who has 1k?cii thero remarks y'ars will nebber soohlsSlstbirthdayno that a young author lives in an attio moar. It am monotonous to deal wld a bocauso ono is rarely ablo to livo on his man who am pcrfeekly honest. If I lend first story. a man monoy I want him to bo honest The rensou that a baggageman re 'iiiiff to return it, but if ho kin trade mo cently htirlod himself from a fourth-stor- y a watch worth 83 for a gnu worth scben window was that ho was insane, I shall think nono do less of him. If and thought ho was a trunk. men wero bo sincere dat we foltoblccgcd " What makes you look so deathly to licliovo whatcber dey asserted wo s. Bick, Tommy? " "Well, tho foe 'f tho should hov no uso fur theories an' When I gib my note I expect to matter is, l'vo lecn taking my first pay it. When I ax a man how ho would chew, and I am only an amnchowor." A DuiiMN uowspapcr coutainod the liko to trado his wheelbarrow fur my following: "I hereby warn nil persons dog I'm not gwino to inform him dat irom tmsting my wifo, Kllcn Flanagan, Cwsar nin all bark an' no bite, an' ho am on my account, as 1 am not marrlod to not gwino to tell mo dat ho borrowed dat wheelbarrow in do night an' forgot her." to return it. If a grocer leaves mo in "Xo" bid tho cashier. "I didn't chargo of his sto' Izo gwino to sot fur need tho money. I w.isn't speculating. half an hour beside a box of herrings art' I had no necessity for atoaliug it. Hut, keep my hands in my jwekcts all do linng it I T didn't waut to bo callod ec- timo. Yet, if dat samo man sells mo a centric." pound of tea ho expects mo to try an' wld a holo Not too funny: "Dwo vas schoost pass off on him a enough, built droo vas too blcndty," in it Hans, when his liost girl asked Contincr, my frens, to believe dat hon him to tnko her mother along withtUem esty am do bca' policy, but doan expect to a dance honest men. You too much of Nuoaiia falls is so brilliantly illum- kin trust men wid your wallet who would an' nebbcr return inated by the electric liglit every even- borrow a pitch-for- k ing that, after paying tho hackman, you it. You kin lend your horse to a man can cosily svo whether thero is anything who would cheat you blind in trodin' obcrcoats. You kin send home a pa'r o' left In your iocket. Ly a man who dead ducks at noon-daIt is rnthcr uuplensant to hear a pnb-ll- o would sto.il your live chickens at midfriends-ur- , I shaker remark, " Mr night. When I lend my naybur wish to say a few words-u- r on this Mocha coffee I like to wonder if ho wo must rememetc.; but then won't pay it back in Bio. When de olo ber that to ur is human. woman buys kaliker on a guaranteo Bho An Enstcrn man started a gorgeous rather hopes it will fade in do woshin'. " billiard jwirlor" out West, but neglect I solemnly beliovo dat do world am iugalilwrul supply ot spittoons it was honest nnff jist as it am. When you gin said his establishment did not como up your word stick to it if it busts do bank. to tho publio cxectorAtion. When you do a job of work do it wdh The Xow Unveii llryiiicr gives the When you mako a debt pay it. Any following excellent directions as to how man who am mo' honest dan dat will to tell n good ouion : " Hire your best want you to cut a penny in two to make girl to cat it raw, nnd then call upon out his shilling ; ho will ring you up at p ; ho her. It tho omou is good your stay will midnight to return your mouse-trawill fake one shingle from your bunch bo short." part of do offer It is feared that the enormous manu- an do you cost ; ho will borrow bunch what facture of wooden toothpicks is utterly an' insist dat you borrow your boot-jac- k destroying thu forests of America; bnt, his washboard to offset it. Detroit Free then, the young man who spends all his salary for good clothes must have somo Fret. iior.tr. thing to cat. china, Rag, wood and A Fhkncu writer remarks, "if a lady composition and wax wo can imagino says to j ou, 'I can novcr love you, tho immense doll population gathering wait a littlo longer ; all hopo is not lost. about us, impatient for attention, and But if she, says, ' No ono has moro sin- all leaning up against each other, for it cere wishes for your happiness than I, is a ioculiarity of doll physique that, as takoyour hat." regards standing up independently in plant has been tho world, a doll is unmatched for help A Booth America fouud that cures boshfulncss. It should lessness by anything under tho sun bottle. Tho weak bo promptly tried ou tho man who axoept a point of tho primitive rag baby was tho leases tho hotel by tho back window bohuman faco divmo in colored chintz, causo ho is too ditlldent to say good-b- y until at last it has been painted on white to tho cashier and clerk. n.EA3AHTlUKS. Headache, IUr- rlioMi, Jaundice, Impurity of Ilia Iltooi, Fever int I Ague, I'WrillV.VsTI: ' and alt Dlieaiet entiled br Do- rmofcmcnt of liver, llawels snd Kidney. BTMITOMS OF A DISKAflEn MTER. M.w:jy " Costlvnne, kftlek Chronle For ll;rpil, WALL PAPER TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, rjTi" " Mlrl, pln li ring-lwnc- which ought to have been dooej n slight, dry cough and Bushed tact la sometimes an attendant, often mistaken for consumption! tha patient complains of weariness and debility i nervous, easily startled; feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation of th skin cilsts, spirits are low and despondent, and, although satis Bed that ciercisa would be beneficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to try It la Oct, distrusts every remedy. Several of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases hare occurred when but few of them eslsted, yet elimination after death has shown tha Liver to have been catcnslvcly deranged. H"tl Khtunutiim (rncral loft of renttallr coitiit, lomtlimM tltcrutlng with Ui lh bad U troubled lth pain, li dull and heirr. with contidcraUt Ion of memory, accompanied with a painful temltlon of leaving undone lomcthlns Dad Ilrt.lh , I'.ln In the Side, toflictimct the mUuVtn for felt under th Shouldcr-bUd- ritll. M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S Druggists nnd Booksellers, Stanford, Ky. Opora Honso Block, It should be uaed by all persons, orgy-mont- old and younf, whenever any of the above symptoms appear. Fersons Traveling; or Uvlnt; In Unhealthy Localities, by taking dosa occasionally to kerW the Uver In healthy action, will avoid all Malaria, lllllon attacks, DUiincss, Nu-aeIt Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. will Invigorate like a glass of wine, but Is no Intoxicating: beverage. If Tou hava eaten anything; hard ot dlgeatlon,orfecl heavy after meals, or aleep-le- .s at night, take a dose and you will be relieved. WMMm ffcXyJirlilvtiiJMjjJ nnlCl ., PHARMACISTS --faY fr- - cP?. SlL -- fcPW d) Drngs, A s -- nkiLRM IX- - Books, Stationery and. Panoy Articles. , Also I'hjsyclans' prcsctlptlons icenrately minounlnl. , ftHflflWTCIt VfeJsslW iTKWtiFKIlrJTl Largest Stock of H'ntelips, Clocks, Jewelry & Mlrcrvrarc Kver Lrought to Ibis market Prices Lower than th Lowest. Watches, Clocks anJ Jewelry Repaired on short notice snl Warranted, Time and Doctors' mils will be saved by always keeping the llegnlator In the House t For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly aaic purgative, alterative and tonlo can never be out of place. The remedy Is harmless and does not Interfere-wltl- i business or pleasure. And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or Quinine, without any of the injurious after ctTccts. Simmons Liver Regulator has been In use In my family lor some time, and I am satisfied It Is a valuable addition to the medical science. J. Gill Shoitei, Governor of Ala. half-doll- rr is nrriFXT teoetaiiu!, A Governor Teatlmony. Groceries. ?rovisions3 &c, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Hon. Alexander II. Stephen, of Ga., says. Have derived some benefit from the use of Simmons liver Regulator, and wish to give it a further trial. y ," Ihave used many remedies for Dys. pepsla. Liver Anection and Debility, but never have found anything to benefit me to the cstent Simmons Uver Regulator has. I sent from Minnesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for such a medicine, and would advise all who are similarly aflccted to give it a trial aa it aeenu the only thing that never fails to relieve. V. M. Jaitxrr, Minneapolis, Minn. From actual exDr. T. W. Mason perience In the use of Simmons Uver Regulator in my practice I have been and am aatafied to use and prescribe It as a purgative medicine. HeUeve. "The only Thine; that never fall to "zH G. BRIGHT,! Ht. Asnph Ifilock, ayi f Take t only the Genuine, which always he Wrapper the red Z Trade-aiar- k ' Desire Io call attention fo the Large and Comprehensive 8tock of Groccrli'H, ProvlNloiiH, Confcclloucrlcs, Tobacco, ClgurH, iVc, Which he keeps always on hand. Makes a specially ol Handling Goods Goods delivered within town limits free of chsrge. STANFORD, - - - TZ.Y., at Wholesale on Small 1'roDls. ttiro or J. II. ZEIUN CO. - nv ALL DRUGGISTS mOFESSIOilAL saw sr. Bcinrrr. i. w. biows. 45 DOHDETT IM-l- DKOWN, ATTOnNEVS t. w. vanxox. A.T X.AW. A. OWSLEY & SON -- MT. VERNON, K. x. vaa.ton. DKATilCKS IX- - Office In Owsley ATTOItNEY8 ATT STANFORD, KT. d Son's M. T. W. S W.B VAHNOK, X.AAV, new building wuuci up stairs. india-rubbe- r, Will nrmetlca In tha Cuurts of Lincoln and ad' Joining counties and the Superior Court and Court oi Appeals. Bpeciai aueuiivn given lotwiwuwut. IU Office on Lancaster street. PEYTON, ATTORNKY A'V X.A.W. 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STOMACH BITTERS I Vov Hale In Htimfoi-i-l by I'enny & atoA.llwtor v, ' -- - ' ' ?- c T sr he had more Evangelists now than he was about two months, by pardon. He wai able to put to work. I acted on this very rent there about two years ago for the kill plain hint, and did not call. The good man lng oi Durham at the depot here. Mrs. Robert Gibson has been quite evidently mistook ma for 'an itinerant Evangelist In search of a job, If not a gos sick for two weeks, but Is now recovering, pel tramp soliciting cold victuals, I sup Her daughter, Mrs. Richardson, of Ohio, pose he is bored to death with such sppli Is with her. Mrs. Chas, Mend el I Is visit' cations. At any rale, nothing came ol that lng relatives in Cincinnati, and will lie sb introduction, not even a personal acqualn Onl several weeks. Reptfjt has reached here that J. W lance, which was the only thing I desired " McIiratb,of this place, who la traveling for or expected. The Secretary of the Y, M. O. A. asked J. M. ltoblnson A Co., of Louisville, met me to call, which I did, at the looms at with an accident in the mountains a few Exeter Hall. He was kind and civil; In days since, by which he lost hi team and trod need me to another ceo'y, wlio was samples while trying to cross n swollen also civil, and that was all that came of stream. The O. 8. R. It. will commence run that introduction. The fact being, as I suspect, that, as n Ho girdles the earth nlng an accommodation train between this while truth Is getting out of bed and put place and Cincinnati next Sunday, leaving ting on her sandals, tho "evil report" of here at about o'clock, A.M., and reaching the Mountain Evangelist has outstripped Cincinnati at 11 A v M , and returning, will the good, and these good men were shy In leave Cincinnati nt I p. m. and arrive here taking me by the hand or endorsing me. at 10 r. M. Sheriff Shepperd falling to complete So were the brethren at Jerusalem shy of Paul at first and not his blessed ministry his bond, his deputy, Mr. J. H. Watson nor his longing desire to "join himself unto lias been appointed sheriff and has execu them" prevented their being "afraid of ted bond and entered upon the duties of him." I find that the brethren are not the office, with Mr. Shepperd as deputy Ignorant of the LORD'S work through me, Mr. Watson is one of our best cltltens and but they have evidently heard something will make an efficient officer. He is a fiiore. The devil will always take care of democrat, and his deputy a republican. that; so I shall have to patiently live It all A SLANDER REFUTED. down and preach It all down, as I have been ablo to do many a time, and shall by Tho Publication Reflecting Upon the Repu lotion of Eran S. Warren Proten the LORD'S graco do many a time again Entirelr False Some Official Judge Hardin's impeachable action in I do not complain only put on record. Testimony. IRA.I833 Wm. Noble well named acteA a difthe matter, wo were euro that tho Two weeks ago, we published an extract 102 SiucKf.EWELL Lane, 111 alferent part. He was exhausted and grand jury would play its part too,' Dalston, London, E. O. Ap'l., 18, '83. to the effect that from the ter a recent trip, hut lost no time in ask- Evan Warren had been pounced upon by a but all honor to it; it has found an in- Dear Inttrfor: I thought best to call a brief ing me to come to his house, and from that mulatto girl lying In wait and had been dictment and Davis' brothers and relin correspondence, until there should moment, overwhelmed as he Is with work, triumphantly carried off by her, she claim atives should prosecute it to the bitter halt be something worth writing about; for, planned the meeting which began last lng that he was her lawful husband. That end. be it remembered, I am not a mere looker night. He had visited America, and was paper on Wednesday contained the follow' wont always do to take the ad on in London, but an Ambassador on a only too glad to return, he said, part of the lng refutation, which, tn justice to Mr, vice of a lawyer, as a California man Mission. When I can report something of attention and kindness shown him by Warren, wegive In lull. U the conspiracy has found to his sorrow. He was told the "King's business," I can well afford, Americans. The very next day after our claimed be true, a full investigation should also, to turn aside, and write of collateral first Interview, he was off for another pro- bo had and the parties brought to punishby one that a certain nowspaper artihave not the heart to put them vincial tour, which kept him a week or ten ment Ed.1 cle about him was grossly libelous and events; but by themselves. When current topics and days cut of London, but as soon as he re Your publication, does mo not simply an that if ho allowed him to bring a sketches of travel cease to be collaterals, I turned never rested until the meeting was Injustice, but an outrage; and the object, suit heavy damages could be obtained. shall not be an Evangelist, but a reporter. arranged for. In pari, of this communication to give I had a first hearing at Hoxton Hall last you the opportunity of making such rep On tho trial the newspaper showed May the good LORD keep me In my highSunday week, which was really the first aratlon as It is possible by a publication of the man up in such n bad light that er vocation. It is with unfeigned joy, therefore, that British audience of any size I had faced. my denial of the scandal and your retracthe jury refused to give him an y thing. report the resumption of regular The Hall holds about 1,000 or 1,200 and tion of the libel. Simple justice demands His expenses wero 8500 and ho has I can work, begun exactly with the beginning of was full on that occasion. The LORD gave that this much be done. The truth, so far now brought suit against the lawyer the 7th cecl of our sojourn In the Metropo- power to the word and 11 souls contested as I know Is this: I know the mulatto it tor that amount alleging that his ad- lis of Israel. By no but lov- the Savior. That service gave a Unani- girl referred to; I confess to have had an vico got him into the trouble. ingly arranged thus by Him, who does not mous Committer, which was what Bro. No- improper connection with her. It is, how forget nis name of "Wonderful Number-er,- " ble wanted, and from that time, nothing ever, not true that 1 was ever married to NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. rs we read in Daniel. If He numbers interfered with the opening of Hid revival her or to any other woman; I never went Jno. M. Glass, republican, has been the hairs on His children's heads, surely services, but previous engagemeaVs of the through a form of marriage with her; I elected major of Jefferson villo, Inch He does the same with their days of ser Hall that had to be respected. Last Sun- never induced her to believe, nor did she Gov. J. S. Boynton, of Georgia, was vice. I accept this inaugurating period of day, Marie and I went to Highgate to hold ever believe, that I ever intended at any married to Jlisa Sadie T. Harris this week. regular services, therefore, as a most hap services in "Drill Hall," which led to time a marriage with her; I never propos The importation of American pork in py omen, or rather token of Fatherly love, making an appointment to preach a series ed or contemplated a marriage with her; to Greece ha been forbidden by the govern- and go on all the stronger and better for it. of sermons there as soon as Hoxton Hall she never published and never had a cer ment. Another link, in the circumstantial train is finished. So we are fairly "in for it" tificate of my marriage with her, and who Mrs. Lizzie Pearce, daughter of V. N. that demonstrates, in the aggregate, to ex- again, thank the dear LORD; and no one ever denies these statements or affirms the l, died perience, what has before been accepted by knows fully how thankful we are. Haldeman, of the truth of the reverse Is both a liar and a Wednesday. At Highgate we were guests in the first base calumniator. As to the faith. The order, note well, must ever be Jack Branley haa been arrested at this: "Then shall we know, if we follow on elegant English home we have yet seen; scene on Preston street, this Is the correct Charlotte, N, C, for Attempting to rape a to know." Happy experience never dem- and made, the acquaintance of a charming version: I lad started to the barber's child. onstrates what haa not before been taken family, father, mother, son and daughters, shop, and on Preston street, near the Kate Kane, the obstreperous Milwau on trust. who all are consecrated fully to the college, I met up with the girl, who was kee female lawyer, has been remanded back Well, the good LORD set us at our dear LORD'S work, and the chief promoters of engaged in conversation with a white man, to ail without bail. last tho "Drill Hall" Mission, of which, more, and when I approached within five or six old work of systematic The Governor of Alabama haa signed night, In Hoxton Hall, which is anon, if the LORD will. The eon and ono feet of them I recognized both the man n contracts hiring out 400 of the State conin London, as Headquarters of the of the daughters had been to America, and girl, and the girl said, "Now I have victs to work in the mines. "Blue Ribbon Army Gospel Temperance and It was through a letter written to them got you," and I Immediately retraced my The Superior Court of Kentucky de- Movement.1' This is not to he confounded by my dear friend Judge Lowe, of Dayton, steps, without saying a word, and went to cides that a woman can sue for money lost with the "Salvation Army" of modern O., that I received an invitation to preach the house of my sister. She did not touch by her busband at gambling. wondrous fame. This latter is the vigor at "Drill Hall." How wonderfully the me; she made no attempt to seize me; she The Cincinnati Dramatic Festival is a ous outgrowtu LORD brings things around. We hope to did not attempt to drag me to a lamp; she oi the lormer, anu aireauy grand success. Four thousand persons atuf this Mr. Green and did not give, In my presence or hearing, has gone far ahead of Its parent in power know a great deal days to come. any statement the like of which la publish tended the first performance. and usefulness. As Mr. Booth is the ac his charming family in the The President has appointed Vm. T. knowledged Centre and Head of the Sal- Marie and the young ladies were mutually ed in the l: she uttered no "Wood District Judge in place of W. Q. attracted. I may mention here, lest I word, except the words I have given, with vation Army, so Mr. Wm. Noble is the Qresham, appointed P. M. General. it slip entirely, that, as we walk- In my hearing; she did not lead me away founder of the Blue Ribbon Army Gos- should let The jury In the Redmon case for mur- pel ed up the lofty hill on which Highgate is passively or otherwise; 1 did not go away Temperance Movement. der of Secrist, at Paris, disagreed, and he rough stone about two feet with her in the direction of Tenth street In America, one enn hardly fully realize built, we saw a was admitted to bail In the sum of $5,000. or more in height and breadth, around or In any other direction; I walked alone how intensely everything runs into Agnes Robertson Boucicault's suit for was a railing, and over it an ornaand uninterrupted by her after she made in England. It la part of the char- which , divorce from Dion Boucicault has been mental lamp. This, as duly set forth in and in an opposite direction, acter of the people, shsped thus for many discontinued in the New York Supreme inscription, Is the veritable stone on as before stated. And this is substantially centuries. It has Us advantsges I am an Sir Rich all that took place within my presence, Court. though liable to abuse, and the lu- which Whlttington (afterwards Tho ground upon, which Cincinnati sure, dicrous side of the subject has well been ard Whittington) sat and munched hi sight or hearing, and whoever given a now stands is said to have been purchased crust, cat in arms, when he was about to statement contradictory of this, in such set forth by humorists; notably, by Dickby J. C. Symmes about ninety years ago at leave London In hungering despair, and form as to indicate that I was the humiliaens In the "Brick Lane Branch, of the 07 cents per acre. Bow Bells ringing ted object of (he girl's passion, seizure and Grand Junction Ebenezer Temperance As fancied he heard the An explosion In the Keystone Colliey him back in these words "Turn again domination, is both a liar and calumniaIs up little or Whatever sociation." hnlf-domines near Ashland, Pa., killed a Whlttington thrice Lord Mayor of Lon tor. great there tnust be a Chairman and Secen or more miners and seriously injured a TUP MOTIVE. And he did turn back from this and I know not what. don." retary and number of others. I ask still further space to publish what very stone at this very spot, and did be obtained as Peer of the Realm can Russian authorities believe the Nihil' If a mako good the chimes of Bow Bells. All I have reason to believe, and do believe, to figurehead to almost any movement, it ists are preparing for simultaneous di a be the motive prompting this girl to her of which not only happened to Whittingwill move. Failing this an M. P. (Memturbances in various parts of the Empire ton in sixteen hundred and something, but course. I charge it to be true that she is ber of Parliament) is solicited. Should during the coronation. happened to many thousands before but the instrument In the hands of another not be available the next highest dig- has A dispatch from Helena, Montana, ot one his time. It is the old story of person or persons to stab my reputation lor nitary at hand, is besieged, and Bishop of and since Mar 2. sara; A lieavv fill of mnv la tn human energy that dreams the accomplishment of a selfish end; and Ad- divine and Wferinir. with the progress of building the this, Dean of that, Canon of the other, dreams as Joseph did, or sees a spider for'thl belief I give the following reasons: miral or Esquire will lend their dignity for Northern Pacific Railroad. Just before the Presidential election In web as the Bruce did, or hear the time, to start the thing. Everybody spinning his The public debt was decreased only bells as Whittington did, but in either 1880 the republicans of Boyle county had be introduced and vouched for and about $3,600,000 during April, owing to must case rise to bring it all to pass with a pur- a jubilee in Danville at night. During the endorsed, or thero Is little chance of hit the fact that $10,000,000 were paid out pose that knows no Bhadow of wavering. night a policeman was shot down, and I hearing. during the month on account of pensions. getting a Two young Whittington and his catBtandina niche witnessed the occurrence. Fancy my prospects then, humanly Gen. fitrolher, Consul General to Mexthemselves In every Londoner's heart, men Mock and Faulkner, by name were speaking, dropping down, as I did, on br ico, reports a general Impetus in mining and his legendary history has been an In- accused of and arrested for the homicide. tnowfla&e or a raindrop on and other public enterprises In that coun- London, like a spiration to many a discouraged heart cicce I am a witness for the Commonwealth, the bosom, not of a river, as at New York, try, the result of the The case first apeared by change of venue railthen. but of the Ocean. In these six weeks of way system. Last night we had a very fine gathering on the docket of the Lincoln Circuit Court waiting how the devil has tried to at its October tjrtn, 1882, at which time it Geo. Wilson, a prominent citizen of patient in Hoxton Hall for Tuesday night. Nine was expected n trial of one of the defend-snwild by the suggestion of the InMarion county, while getting over a drive me confessions rewarded us 100 fold, and wo would be had. About one week bedifficulties In the way, and fence with gun in hand, accidentally dls surmountable dropped Into harness again as naturally as fore the case was to be called for trial, no. getting a hearing In charged It and the ball pasted through his the Impossibility of If we had not been "at grass" for six weeks. lice of my marriage to this girl were puband livening this Capitol of the World. I am happy to lished by the body killing him. Praise the LORD and pray for us still l the place of Iut In the say, be failed, not one oi bis internal The number of graduates from West dear friends. Ever In Jesus. marriage was not given, but In the JW as "fiery darts" being allowed to strike home, Oko.O. Ba UN ES, having taken place at Aberdeen, O., on Point this year will not equal the vacannot succeeded In robbing me the 20th of October. 1S82. I will here rs. cies In the roll of Second Lieutenants In the bo that he has COUNTrT PULASKI single meal, nor a night's rest from mark, parenthetically, that this notice is army and the deficiency will be supplied of a what the eirl evidently referred to when Somerset first to last. "Praise the LORD." by appointments from civil life. Mr. MtCarty, of Harrodburg, is vis- sho spoke of having published a marriage In bringing up everything fairly and Judge Siuirall has decided that the certificate, if, indeed, she used the word In this voracious naratlve, as I iting his mother and brothers here. "certificate" at all. Ou seeing this publiWillard Hotel Lottery fund shall be divid- squarely Mr. Hansford's friends have persuaded cation, my brother, Dr. I. 8. Warren, of have taken the public Into confidence and ed among the ticket holders who filed their no concealments, but simply to jot him not to offer Lis resignation as Mar- Danville. Kv.. Inuulred of the CourterJour- tickets prior to May 1, after the sum of propose the publication. In authority down thing as they occur, to show how shal, and he continues to act in that ca naf Its he receivedlor following telegram. renly the about $5,000 has been paid for costs. works and how the devil works: pacity. the LORD dated at Louisville, Oct. 21: Gen. Rautn, during the seven years he An election of officers of the Beaver Somo strange titan, whom we do not I may just say here, that before leaving was at the head of tho Internsl Revenue America, I asked no letters of Introduc Creek Mines was held last week, and Mr. know, brought In marriage notice and paid collected $850,000,000 In taxes for Bureau, JMN Jv. u aur.uvAN, tion from any one; not, hswevtr, refusing A. W. Bugher, of Cincinnati, was elected lor its insertion, the Government without the low of a dolany that might come to me unsolicited. Of President. There will lie no change In the the same time my brother, R C, lar. Warren, of Stanford, Ky., the CommonThe contract for building the dormi- such, I had four, viz: one to Mr. Spurgeon, superintendents. Elder John J. Rogers, of Danville, wealth Attorney for the Eighth District, tory of Central University has been let to one to Mr. Noble, one to the Secretary of requested Dr. ifolloway, of Louisville, tn Mr. M. li Jett for $16,U00. The building the London Y. M. O. A. and one to Mr. preached at the Christian church here last inquire of the iVaJ Its authority for the Andrew Jukes. The last, I have yet in Sunday. He has been engaged by the publication of the mirriaue notice. A re will be three stories high and in accordy possession, waiting a fitting opportunity to congregation here to preach for them ere-rd ply from him stated that th clerk of tho ance with the present structure. office of the i'wl told hin that he wrote 6th Sunday In the year. present In person. The others I put In the Herald. of a brown-sk- in Civil cases have been occupying' the the notice at the requestshe was Judge Barr, of the United States Cir mall soon after reaching London, resolving unable to yet 'negro woman, who said cuit Court of Louisville, has decided that to leave this whole matter of Introductions Court for several days; but thereare write and who paid for the Insertion. Bear of marriage In the and human endorsements entirely in the several criminal cases to be disposed of. in mind that the d the Wesleru Union Telegraph Company SOtli of October, at way take their ticker from the "bucket LORD'S hands, and not even seem to lean This Is the last week of the term and but JW I fixed ou the O Previous to these notices of of. of Bryant & Co. and Hodgen & Co., on them or desire them, by going In per- few civil cases have been divposed stops" Courier Journal and JW a msrriage In Jim Mullany got his throat badly cut telegram hadtiebeen received in Danville son to the various parties. of that city. few days since, from Cincinnati saying the marriage had Mr. Spurgeon' response was prompt and In a row at Flat Rock, a Frank Godfrey and D.T.Johnston, livla rtiHirled doubtful, lie I iiti-- n tilaca in that die. I tiawn In tnr ing near Harrodtburg, Lad an altercation to the point. He assured me that It would ami Mi rernverv to call on him, as has been out of the wiilUnllary ooljr possession documentary anil othr eTldencej Wednesday over a passway which Godfrey hardly be worth while claimed from Johnston's land, Godfrey drew a knife and gave Johnston three fearful gashes. The wounds are sappowd to be mortal. Bowman has received Commissioner ejrgs, May 4, 1883 for free distribution 250,000 Friday Morning, the first Instalment of 1,000,000, from Hon. Amor-caEDITOR IN W. McKlttrlck, President of the W. P. WALTON, Silk Growers Association at Memphis. Requests for large quantities have already DEMOCnATICNOMINKK FOIt IlKPnKSENT-ATIVbeen made from many portions of the State from ladies mostly, to whom the InJUDGE THOMAS P. HILL, JR. dustry Is particularly adapted. The government tax on tobacco under the new schedule was changed Tuesday Tnu editor of this paper is again 1(1 to 8 cents per pound. Tobsceo sick and confined to his bed, and as wo, from h'abeen held back for some lime to get the (tho business manager,) wcro not pro- - benefit of this reduction. The revenue pared for tlio emergency, will havo to stamp! were sold tn large quantities at all ask our readers to excuso tho very the Internal Revenue offices on that day poor paper which wo havo to lay before and enormous quantities of tobacco were moved. them this morning. The Internsl Revenue collections for Additional particulars of tho this district for April were $210,851, a conThompson-Dav- is tragedy confirm us siderable Increase over the corresponding month last year. The tax on whisky shipopinion, that it was a fear-fin our first ped from the district for export the last crime, committed by a man who three months, amounts to $100,000, the chose to believe a disreputable woman bulk of the export being to Bermuda, as of the exten to tho wife ot his bosom and who the effect of the thouht to get clear of his cruel deed by sion bill. About 1,000,000 gallons are in invoking the feeling against feductioh. bond in the district yet. Production about Lexington Press. of last year. Judging by tho action of tho countj officials in not holding an inquest, and FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE STANFORD,. KIT. -- silk-wor- n 1 ul one-thir- d Till x.oitr)." Courier-Journ- It falsity of this lOtlce and alluded to, and Vppend to Ma t.tUr remits of them. About the tame time my brother at Danville received an anonymous communication, written and mailed at Danville, referring to my marrlsge with the girl, ami in the same connection to the "trial at Stanford." This was a few days only pre reding the October term of the Lincoln Court, which began on the 1th Monday. Finally, when this last calumny was published in the Sunday's issues of the Louisville paper, not a single copy or which (Sunday's Issue) so far as I have been able to learn, is taken in Lincoln county, marked copies of each paper wera lent to several persons resident In the county. I have never resided and do not now reside here. Why, then, were these papers, so pointedly marked, scattered among the citizens of this part of the State? The person who sent them maybe unknown, but the reason of the rending Is obvious. trial Is to take place The here, and some one considered It necessary, AT prejudicially, to affect my reputation in advance of the trial. To sum up the whole matter, I here rhsllenge the girl Lou 8mlth or any of her backers, Insllga tors or supporters or any believer cf her statement to produce the slightest credit Lie testimony of record or not of record tending to show that I ever married her or went through a form of marriage with her roit- In Ohio or elsewhere. I denounce the as mean, cowardly and false, and statement the person who shall hereafter repeat It as altar and calumniator. A word as to why I have delayed a week In noticing these last publications. I first contemplated suing for libel. I desired first to consult with my brother, referred to Attorney. I desired as Com'lth's also to consult with other gentlemen of the Such at Oliver Plows, Meikle and Avery Double Shovel, and the Brinkley legal profession whom I knew. I left e Turning and Single and Donble Shovel and Harrow ooablned. Louisville on Monday followlnc the publiNo farmer ihonld be without it. cation for this purpose. Mr brother was not at home, but at the Pulaski Court engaged In a murder trial. I went there to see him and returned with him tn his home In Stanford, from which place this letter Is written. I am advised your psper will do me the justice I now seek. A reparation of this injury to my character, not money for a libel, is what I demand. Copies of Massle Bearley's statement, Justice of the Peace in and for Brown Co. Ohio, and also of the Clerk of Hamilton county, Ohio, are herewith appended. And tlio Mnyflold E 8. WAnnrjr. of the absol the tslesram H. G. RUPLEY, TAII.OIi, M1UKCJIA1W Stanford, Kentucky, HEADQUARTERS - Mock-Faulkn- er W. H. HIGGINS Farming Implements, one-hon- Sholf Hardware, Iron, Spokes, Ilorso Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking Valley Corn Shellers, Evans9 Corn Drills, Hand Corn Best Piunp in The Mnrkct, tho Planters, Elevator. &c. A 1 Probate Court, Hamilton County, O., Isaac B. Matson, Pbohatf. JnnoE, Tho Cincinnati, Oct. Erq. 30, 1882. Stmuel War-Ye- n, - Dear Sir: I have carefully exxm-Ine- d e, the marriage Indices from July 28, Lime, Salt, Cement, 1882, to date, and do not find the names of E.S. Warren or Luellen Smith upon the same during that period. ResplI'ly yours, litany RrcitTW, Deputy Clerk Probate Court, Hamilton county, Ohio unrivaled Jowol Rango Cook Stovoa, StopStovos, Bird Cagos, Barbod and Annoalod Wiro. Platter Farii, Wooden, China and Olantvare. Tin-war- o, general itock of Oroceriei, I do hereby certify that no marriage between EvanS Warren (white) and Lu Ellen N.Smith (colored) was solemnized by In order to get control of the beet and moat popular line ol Agricultural Itnplrmrnl, and Ilxiut. me on Fridsy, the twentieth day of OctoVehltlee, and also In order to enable ,u to purthiw In such uuattiilrt aa to obtain lalwit Sil? ber. 1882, or at any time during the month counts and loweat rates of freight. I haee cslaMUhtd branc li Ware Itontus and .Agtnte the Hu.lon.il . at of October, 1882, or at any other time. I Uncoil er and IllrbmonJ, and undtr thla arrangement, we frel aur wt can offer the Farintra am the only magistrate here at this place Many Inducements Over tho Majority Dealers. who solemnizes the marriages from KenWar IWim a lire f fcrrp on hinJi at all tlrort at tn mier tucky. If such a marriage as the shove txk of referred to had taken place I would have Aberdeen, Brown Co, Ohio. 8. 8. ATTRITION, MS! of Courier-Journa- known It. Massif: Beasi.ey, J. P. 11 tHW ;, BucAlen's Arnica Salre. The greatest medical wonder of the world. Warranted to speedily cure Hums, Bruises, Cuts, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, i'ettr Bores, Cancers, Pile. Chilblains, Corns, Teller, Chapped Handa and all skin eruptions, guaranteed to run In every Instance, or money refunded, A poaltlre eure lor Piles. ZSc per box. For sal by Penny A MeAl- liter. A Blessing to All Mankind. In thee tines when our newtpspers are nooded with patent medicine. adTerlleenicnls,H Isgratl- tying to know what to procure that will certainly eure you. II you are bilious, blood out of order, llrer Inactive, or generally d.hllliated, then la nothing In the world that will cure you so quick ly as Electric Bitten. They are a bleeslog to all inanklod, and can be had for only fifty cents a bottle at Penny A M eAllstei'a. LAXl'ASTElt JT WcjTssaiiiiiiiiiH Courier-Journa- ADUttTlSESEXTS. HUltOISON DENTIHT, LANCA8TF.lt, KY. Offlce orer CHItena National Bank. Office hours from 8 to 12 A. M. and from 1 to a P. M. B. P. WALTElt. JSiiKK.'s ('Hri-lugcM,- . Spring WiigoiiH, Farm WngouH, Log WngetiB, organi-zalio- n, BAM M. TIUHDETT, thoj-emark- LANCASTER, KY, Will practice In (larrard sikI ailjolnlng counties J and Court of Appeals. At ' i-a.- w, ATTOHNI3V A.I XA,W. LANCASTER, KY. Muter Commissioner (larrard Circuit Court. Will practice in all the Courts of (larrard and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. L. W. Iluaorrr. II II. O. KAUFFMAN, z By-La- ws M. ilOBDITT. L. W. Burdott & Co. ! Itallroad Carls, Iitapcrs, Mowera, Hay Halts, drain DrilU, IlruaJraal 8enlcrs, Hulkey Ilarrowa. Drills, Corn riintera, Plows, Walilngand aiding Culllritors, Cuttera.Curn Hhallers, and many other Iteina. Now own and are running THE OLD FLOYD MILL aim On Dlx Ulver. IV- miles from Danrltle and 3U in I lea from lirjanurille. They bars put Into the (tn Kl fulkar ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS For making the beat Patent Flour, but are making nothing but the pure Htralsht Flour, which baa all the clthienta of the wheat In It a nd ground only ny water: tney uatsineir flour iroin pureiouu-try-eare- d whea- t- no elevators. Try their Flour, !W-Ifor sate at the groceries in Hlauford. rapidly-growin- Iiandreth's &sggf) MMyCTLLfe Iain aleoprcpsred to urutli ptlcesand estimate of all kinds of Kujlnee, flaw Mills, Threshing Machines, Hay rreewa, Btraw markers, Windings, llorie Howera.aud tarlous ctlitr kinds ul uacblnary. I'artlea In want of any goods In uy Una will nothing by aeelng we lelurv purchasing. looee. Courier-Journ- i w, 1) ; ifl k1T Courier-Journa- In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of tegrjfj6ry t8n vaocotl" all kinds; also wiin li w t ii nTCi Ill LHIU'HHtcr Ht KalamsttSprlugTiMth Harrow. ruiiiuiuim. tlio LANCASfKIt, KY. lalnlunJU (luluant tiedicl Hay and Wool. T JSjJtS" MollnsBulksyI'low GEORGtE D. WEAREltf, Stanford. Itlch-woo- ENTERPRISE GROCERY," mk MgSJySaBrj92BMaflaflsK llernl'lanter.l jici:i:.v A WILLIAMM, Maosgera Huslontllla Depot n, I. HTi'lIHUN, Uanager Lancaster Depot; sy GEO.D.BUItDETT&COs, I'lepristoia II. WIMItKN, Manager Btcbwond: Depot S IlKt Mock of Illnl (Jgfat II.O.Hrlsl,l'. wi(r cooler, Ac, received a Terr fine) tno-nl- Friday Morning . A N. aTAWFORD, ICY. - - May A, 1883 LQCAlTMeTaRD. mall Tmtm Stanford going Norlh..... Houlh . Houlh I'P. Crkam (trtittf, t W. II. Iilggln', Itonr. H. l.YTi.r. U nn or I,,llf.' Hliofn. fanes t,.l ... . You Hint the bent inner "riwt go lo J. W. IliyJen'n. If r wool Tun finest imt best I is r. m. aoo r. u town nre found it H. 8. Stindar. It jSf live-cen- t cigar In Mjer'. " Accommodation, Dailf Wantor- rlri North ttcrpt M a. lioiixlo m. eleven-ponm- r. ! Mm. J. K Firrli vestenlav an Imjr. Ilolli ire ilotng well. IUGJJEY, MAJ. F. Tliomir House bought of Dr. John per head. Tho. Wood on Thursday sold to LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. P. Cecil 30 head of 1,1001b. cattle at ctttle at firllng and 2 tear-ob- i Of Casey, Is a earnllJat for Dial Bnttor, lltb Will hepermllteit toservs imtrlet, aubjeet lo Ibe action of lb democratic f30. $05 per head. Rrtict A nrlan on Tuesten or fifteen sprroveil farly. Thona Itoblnaon sold In M. C. Port-m- day nold to (1. W. Welsh for a Loulivllle mares st my slsbls) miles Any en wlthlns; to buy I.omlr f..r latin;, or sny ntnt from Sianf.irdon ths Knob a piir of miitew, IS band, Ijhm, for parly a fine bay gelding for $200. Ham. fencing st our rnlll on rsn rar money by gettlng Uckplkest It of us ths IliimWr firm, stout two SHOO. inllss from Crsh Urchinl sold to Mattlngly, I Have two thorough-brehull read Headly on Tuesday m xr.iwiN a co, $10 to Insure a Sim A Co., of Marlon county, 42 bead of for for aale. J. K. Hrnce, Stanford, Colt. AMEItJCAk mire mule to lie delivered in Kenticky. Taaiausr IliristsmT, August at $105 per head. This I the finYsn. iiF.srnirrrtOM ANtirr.DinnF.t'.-iis- Te tiiMfll Kaller ha Hold hid stall Ion, CoMnsoi.Lianr vna Cuaaaxcr, dell Orriccnr will lie II rears old Ihe J1th of Msy, l hands I lot of WAaiilK'iToir, Aran. 7, IM3. mules fed south of , lo Mr. While, of Chicago, est men, lioo.1 i.ar wnn nestv mane ami isu sni win the Kentucky river in fifteen yen and the horse. Wiimkas, By sslltfsrtory evidence presented to make when fully rlsvelopeil a for Jl ,560- .- Wool ford Hu n. ICrmtunlcy. Ihenoilerslined, II hssheen tnsds to sppesr thsl Xlred by Telegrsm; h 1 Frsak Wnllonl) he by price realized the best alnce the war. -- A Mr. of Colorado, bought In town of Telegraph, (who was a brother In Ulian Allen In Nallon.llUnk of Owsley 42 a I. 3 DAVE YANDELL i d Hustonvillc Nat. Bank. eer-fr- Hapiv-Cross- Mutual Aid Society or i Jone, . ! ? f thorough-bretearManagedt John B. fish. ing bull for f '.KB and hlprti thfm Wed- Ilardbarger, who ha been confined in teessnit sailgniof of Penny A McA1llr. Itsdecesscil members." Noons ttdnj to lain State jail here so long for shooting a negro con should hesllstfl lo secure membership It will Pmiiiko Tackln al MclloWt A Ht(rV. Hue Wk ahr the onlr firm it SUnfonl sell Francl A Miller sold (he farm of Jno. vict on the railroad, wa released Tuesday sfforJ nis nlessura to slve full Inlormstlon to those ii K, II. CHOW, Stanford, K J. Nick stoolc of UrlM oinl it IVnnr A leslrlog It snd circulars showing ths object ol the Inc the Zlegler ilro.. Shoe. Shank AJFInnell In Girnrd county, to Mr. L. E McAliiter's. on $300 lull, The money was deposited Society, nsmea of the officers, Ac. L.'. II. f f IS (Jl Ml I ft II, IH III Mr HIM..'." nf W.lllr "WW. r144 Standaiiii read mixed" iiatnU it for same. Hunford, Ky. ! family will be there A Hugg'-- , Founh. A amall amount of mone and lake The Misses. Hopper, who have been Thousand of graves srs Owner can gel It by calling on Frank A. immediate possession. Price, $1,600 for teaching school at this, plice.went to Al.Mlie color of DUmoml Dim it snnuslly rooted of their jr. A Hti)rR'. viciims, lives prolonged, 111 acre. Wilt make ths present rea' Aliupin, at the college. 13S Sm hspplncsssnd health reComptroller or the Currency. Wednesday to attend the funeral son st my stsble, on the Jon. Haas Ho Clioler store! by use of Ihe grest Cure. Penny Thora, Mona, Joe 8. and Kevenge were of their brother's wife, Mrs. K. C. Hopper. No.z,17. old Dsntllls pike, 4 miles you wnnl to bur Drr (looda. Cariel. If ... from Lsncaater, at fill). iiivniiHirr puic agents. - -. the winner of Ihe Nashville race Monday; School la closed until . GERMAN ' Poecrlptlon-Fan- cy their return. ii , lloy Is LANnHRTll'd (larden He eU, in bulk mil utaorHlioe,i!onot fail to call at KM. Gen. Harding, amahotinv bsv. rears Japonlca, Kate Creel and Which potltlrely snd permanently cures itniio-trnrSam Thomas was arreated and put In 8. Lylln'a and nee hi atock. old thlstJprlng.iSUhsnds ci AlcAllslr, in parxrs, ii r (rauaed by cicesses ol sny kind.) AriiW-io- f Centennial Tuesday, and Pearl Jennings, jail Monday evening for shooting a boy NL W high, slrrl hy Ingrsm's ZjiifrT . snd all dlsea.es that follow a ii If Watchw, Clock ind Jewelry repaired aMsW$rJaBaB Ksncr lloy snd he by then sequence rntinmt ss loss of energy, lessol Cato WlTIIKM, one of the rbuleal. Greenwood, Major Hughe and Twilight named Lycurgus William. William is, memorr. of and warranted bj IVnnjr A McAllater. vsouie norse,nnu nsr pror-eim0mmmJZX0 universal Isssltude. rsin In the luck. himself to In a good breeder. I will slso stand many morning, perhaps fatally dimness of vision, premstur old sge, and a pre we learn thl lirr your Soda Water, Ice cold and looking colore.1 men we erer ra, illetl Wednesday.annual consumption and At the festival wounded. Thomas claim that tire shoot- other dlsessestbst lesd tolor circulars wuu tesii pure, from I lie new fountain of Penny A here Tueaday of pneumonli. mature grsr. w senu fcAllster at Klpon, Wis., the heaviest fleece clipped ing w done accidentally. An examina- raonlsls free by mall. The IXt'HJOltA Tail Is sold at f I per box, or six taxes for br all JIrino tit your bacon, lard, and all kind weighed 30 lb, and 8 ounce. The buck I 1IAVR fin ftf lIlA ImmI nmllnnm tnm 1S81 IJJi handa llF.F.CIIF.rt,SyearaoldAngut20, druultts, or will lie sent free by rusll, securely bikery and rntiurantln Centnl Kentucky of country produce. We pay bfeheat mar- weighed before shearing 16.1 lb, and hi tion is set for next Saturday. sealed, on receipt cf price, by addrsnlng high, half brother lo ITInce. Wlil serve mires st Chairman Democratic County Comm . j a i K.n w. . to Insure coll lour months old. JIM 11) I will Mil ruy good or rent the houe ket price and J $tO cah. It. C. Ilrlglit. 113 Adsms street, Toledo, Ohio. wool therefore equal one pound to every dark Iron gray lack, WA hands snd will for the lime I I.itk It rentetl. I will do mittee, Jack Adams, Jr., baa issued a call Bole sgent for tbe United HUtes. serv st SH to Ininre a colt four months old. four of flesh. tl.Ii for reion that I wilt hereafter make All msreslrsdid before the fact Is ascertained forAM. the new ahadea In to the democrat of Itockctatle county to good feits ths season. Ths progeny of all tbe above anown. J.T. tlirrli,Hlanford, Ky, Ml. Sterling Stntinth J. M. lllgaliff meet In Mt. Vernon on Saturday, May 6th, anil In cheaper good, with Irlmmingi to stock will be responsible lor the season. bought i Wild Kyra cow for $2,100, She' to select and instruct delegate W3I.IHI11I1I.E. match, can be found at J. W. Hayden'a to the State PERSONAL a daisy. Geo. G. Hamilton report the Convention, which meets In Louiaville on ! Mm lUY (Unrr-NrrI sm standing two vu here New jxtt of frame and picture frame ale from the Flat Creek Herd of two cow Wednesday, May the ICth, to nomi! Bus Jacks at in rataand cornice molding, and full line of fur- and calve for $2,000 to McPhenon, of yralerday. ble. Ate miles North nate candidates for the various Slate niture it II. K. Yv'eirenV Prlcea low. Call Howell Michigan. American Assets, $5,212,737 81 Mb. Asiikr Owii.tr U ld lo be ofStsnforJ.st office. This fine Nornisn Staland fee for touwcItc. lPk.nVJkfY Lebinon idaiulanl: A. Kelly sold 16 lome. lion will make ths present Mr, J. Haia hu evidently come lo $8 to Insure Losses paid in 31 years lesson strj.ll. Ilsughinan's Mn.C. A. Hr.nn.of Mt. Vernon, waa 1,010 lb. cattle for 10th July delivery stay. He has bought two horses and a The Hlanford and I.incanter Hporllng in U. 8. exceed 831,000,000.00 stsble, I mile liou o Pnlt here yesterday, a uuii. K II. Hoarmin sold to J. H wsgon st Club II hare a aboollng match next at 6 cent. ind ia hiving a bill of lumber saw. . at ljwaw Mr. F. J. CimitAH, of Chlcigo, la rla Wedncedar erenlng it 1 o'clock on the Thompson 27 hog, 22rt lb , at $fl.C5 and ed to build a dwelling house. Mr. Honorable. Pays aL RTTRPRTSR Solid, Prompt ami days' discount. -Hauhu $15 to Insure a losses without 00 Iting Mr. It. Ilrlghl. ground of the formir eight men on each John Peterson sold .19 it same price. W, written to other friend and relative in -- Mm A.O. Ciicnault went to LouU-lll- e aide. ts It bands. 4 vrsrs old. sired bv I inn. Palermo. C. Ilogen sold a Jersey heifer for $160 and .Colt. Switzerland to come lo this place and set (tbe alrssl Caldwell' flnejsck) and out ol a Supe- Does tho Leading American Business. one for $125 ind 6 Southdown limb at $16. yeaterdiy to rlalt relailre. rior Mammoth Jennet. ItonriiT ind Thcuiu8mlthhd their tle. We expect in the near future to see a Mn, W, II. MaltoDCRTN went home Cincinnati. Receipt of cattle light large colony In thl immediate neighbor 1'ollcles written by trial reitmliy at McKlnney for ONT ABDALLAH MESSENGER! 3E3 DR. ! with the Doctor to Lllierly tofiih In (Iretn the murder of Wu. Cain hood. Our people should do all they can and were acquit-ed- , and trade quiet. Common to medium good lo extra butchen $5 25SiO 10; to encourage these new Hirer. sired by Win. a were alao N'ewlon and Oc. IslhsndlJ jesrs old,Durprlss. Will blIlubble's JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent. Tbla Combined Bullion will uaka Ihe present settlers. Smith grsyjsek; ssme dam ss permitseason at J. K. Ilaughrusn's atslle, good to choice cow and heifer $5 25C; miles from Mn. F. A. ALDniDOR, of Waahlngton charged with mallclou wounding. COMPANIFJJ SIX OTIIEn Huston Odom, who wa put in jail ted to serve a limited number of good wsres. Jame Uustonrllle, at Come and see my jacks and colts. ssme agency. Rates teasonsble. at tbe countr,MiM,Ii here on a tlall lo Mr. W. Cain la lo have hi trial here Tuesday be common to fair shlpjier $55 CO; good lo Saturday for being drunk, wa taken out l UHKEMIEKKY nillGIIT. 913.no TO IN8UIIE A OIaT. II. Millet. fore Judge Ilrown. Peter Cain ha not yet choice JGwOpO.IO; tocken and feeder Monday evening. He had not had any Hogs Selected butcher and heaOun Ltncaaler alitor ta alao tick, been arreated. Atsameplsre, will also aland whisky to drink since Saturday, and wa vy ihippeni $7.G0(7 80; fair to good pickwhich account for the ahxence of a letter TWO GOOD Tiinmerabenof (lie Uaptlat church here er $7.I07.C0; aloca hog $5.&00 75. almost crazy for the want of it. Mr. Houk from that place. procured some whlaky and made a toddy held another meeting in regard to their Sluvp One at 110 and Ihn other at IS lo Insure a rotl. fair to extra, undipped, Mn. W.8. FiiAxriM. Ileal Ktate Agt., IM-lwhich seemed to calm him n little, but be Il.tlinilMAN II It OS. church building Wedneaday, when our clipped haa been appolotetl a Deputy Clerk of the 75. Spring lamba of fair to did not aleep any that night, but seemed uggratlon lo build a new brick houae wa good quality 7(5 9c. Lincoln County Couit. to think some one wu trying to kill him brought up and dlacuued, and it wa finally Mr. W. U. MoKixxey came home agreed (hat aod laid he could hear them talking about an effort ahoulil be made to Lincoln coumr. from Pittabure xeaterday to alay until the it all night long. Tuesday morning he aufficient amount for thai ptirpoae. t mall-poTblswell-LnowKings Mountain. la eradicated from that place. saddle began to tell Mr. Houk what he had heard There wa only a amall crowd preaent, but boras will aland the presJack Frost hu given ti another nip, the night before; but Mr. II., having busithirteen raata In ent season st my stsble st lit yi Ihere hate the aunt of $1,150 reanoon aubecrlbed and but did not get Nice (tlO. On Time wss sired all the fruit. all and four dealha. Unlfourcaaea Ihere ness at the jail just then, told him lo sit br dlonewall Jackson; dsm alnce then the amount hu been Increased W. D. Dorsey fatally oloned himself by lielachaiur: grsndsm by now and thote recovering. the fire while he wu gone and when he Frank. lo $l,M0 and the protpect are very prom-Wn- g by eating mushroom and toad stools. Mrsins.T. P. Hill, Jr, and Andrew returned be would talk to him. Odom had for a new church. We know of many Mr. T. L, Sheltou ha made arrangeKrana, accompanied by MIm I.ucy Ilurlon in the meantime gone In hi shop and pro THREE JACKS! eron who will double their aubcriptlon ment lo move hi family to Joefield. and MUa Pinlhea McKInr.ey, went on a cured a and hid it in hi pocket. if the change la mule and we hope by all At same place, 1111 aland three scks. There Is a good demand for men in Just as soon fithlng exctiralon lo the Hanging Fork mean Mr. II. had gotten to Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in that It will. Another meeting will the Linbark wood and at the saw mill In the jail, Odom went out behind the chimyeatenlay and caught IS Gne fiali none, be 3E held on Saturday eventne next st .11 (III vicinity. they ay, 1cm than a foot In length. ney at one end of the house and stuck the o'clock. The line partnership Jsck.wlll serra mares at 8tX: Our new church Is in fine progress and knife, which wu a very 120 for a Jack colt and 110 for a Jennet. Off one, And can supply it in any qnantity. DEATHS RlacU ilaick at 8tO, and flabn at 9S. LOCAL HATTERS. will soon be completed. Then our congre in his neck on the left side, cutting the Colts all Insured to wesnlng lime. If a msre Is Mr. A. II. McKlroy, of Lebanon, iged gation we ho will be classed with God' jugular vein. Mrs. Houk heard the body traded or remored before foaling time, the InsurFijoninA Oiunoes at 11. C. llrlght'. ance Is forfeited and season must lie promptlv seteople. 07, died of a kidney aflectlon (hi week. fall and ran to call Mr. II., but before any tled. When grsss Is sufficient twill keep marts a lew weeks at 11.50 and Jennets at tt per mouth; to Naxr Monday will lie County Court He I the father of Clarence U. McKlroy, Local Option town well Our one could get to him he was dead. Odom be paid when stock Is uken out. The colts held day. on Sunday with crowi's of drunken had been in this town about two years and of Howling Green. bound for the season, but rnjr customers, with rery few exceptions, psr ma promptly wlthc " the ben-lKtnilr Chenault diel of drony men. Would it not be taller to have our wa a good shoemaker. lie wu doing Newatfle In fine (ur Hal at Ilobl. 8. Mr. of that lien. From pt person si stlentloi, -- ill I glrento the scrommod stloo and Interest of mV V boalhead under the control of the license will and had not been drinking LytleV at her home In Ihl county at 0 o'clock for about Irons, but not liable lor sccldents. April 3, ISS3. Tucaday moinlng. She wa the wife of law? LEVI HVItlll.V. six month. He came from East Tennesl Sasi Hclu I proprietor of a Considerable sensation with the dry see, where his father now live. It has Cabell Chenault, deceiKed. and waa 78 chicken, good merchant at King Mountain Is been reported that he had a wile and chil year old, Hichmond Heiald. YnrrKiiDAY at three o'clock the therGLENCOE! Mr. Kve Itaybiirn, agetl about 00, ciused by Ihe cutting in prices, while our dren out there, but this i not known for mometer Mood at S7. Ireeta are thronged with ieople from all certain. He leave a lot of leather, boots, died Wedneaday at Ihe realdence of her MyConiblnoiiatslllon.wlU Klder A. U. Xewland. She waa point who have come lo buy good cheap. tools, Ac, to the amount of about $50. I have a good, gentle milk row for stand tbo present sessun st my stsble.S'mlles South(Successors to Chenault, Severance & Co.J a remarkably active woman for one of her The new store combined with Moore' aalr. It. K Harrow, Kfanford. west of Uustonrllle on fe Excited Thousands age up to three or four month ago, when drug store ha taken the lead, and they are lluatonrllle and Uberty pRrail cabbage and tomato plant iuau at All oTer Ibe Ian J are going Into ecstasy ow Dr. he auflered from a revere apell of alcknew, giving price lower than ever before real King's Neir Discovery for Comutnptlon. Tbtlr on hand at W. T. (IreenV Seeing a large crowd uolookod for recovery by Have just received an elegant stock of from which alio never entirely rrcovered. ized by our people. lOTOINSUlti: the timely use of thli If In and around the new store, I great A C'OI1, remedy cause then to go nssrly Oo to W. II. HlgginV for frenh ealt and She had been a member of the Hipliat gathered church at Crab Orchard for a great many walked in to sej what waa the cauae of the wlljlo Itaprslie. It Is guaranteed to positively Miner due wh.n the colt Is foaled. Trading Iha lim. Another car arrived till week. mare forfeits the Insurance snd masts the lesson year. Her funeral wa preached vcvlerday gathering. There were four clerk a buay cur sever Ooogbs, CulJi, Atthtns, Usy Fever, due. I.ten retslned on the coll till season Is paid Abdsllsh O lencoe Is a lwaut llul brown, ol fine HoMKone rcllereil Mr. John M. Mcltuh-erta- , by Hev. J. M. Hrnce and her remain In- a bees. On looking 'round I aaw people Bronchitis, noaraeneis, Lossof Votes, or any Throslsni I.uogi. Trial Bottles free bone snd muacle and li a natural saddle horw; has of ahout 30 chicken a terred In the family Sr.V, , from McKlnney, South Fork, Waynesburg, at Tenny & UcAIIater's Drug Store. Largo slxe, f I. track In 1 13 33 with trotted on a only two months' handling, lie has produced some few night ago. Mr. Carrie Hopper, of Covington, O. K. ind Halifax. Casey county waa of tbe dnsl horses In lbs felste and a Isrger per cent, of extra walkers than anjr horw 1 know; MW ADVKUTISEHKNTS. Don't forget that you cn buy good In died at Huitouville Tueadiy of couaump-lion- , well represented, while Puluki had a voice was tired by Jo. Elmo, he by Alexsnder's Abdsl. aud a chance to get bargalna. Ish, be br UsniUitonlan; Jo. Kliuo's dsm j aged about 32 year. She hid gone lutnlity cheaper from u than anv houae Msmbrlno Messenger; he bj Msml.ilno Harmss-te- r; to Ihe latter place only a abort lime ego Jo. Abdsllsh's Istdsiu br Willi D; be by In town. II. C. DrigliL BQUE COUNTT. ATTENTION, Kcrelgner; be b7 Imp. (llenco; 2d dsm out of a lor the benefit of her health. She wia a d and thoroughbred, known ss the lkub!e-beOanrillc. msre: Willie P.'s 1st dsm Starlight, br J. W. IIAYDE.V haa received a nice new daughter of Mr. Joel K. Ilufluian, of CovCherokee; nls dsm by Imp. Cilenco; Ktsrllght's Mr. W.C. Price I al Huatonville as Found at Last -- Washing Made Easyl Clothing. Hudn't you belter ington, and wife of Mr. Kd C. Hopper. lot of Spring 1st dsm by Woodpecker. r Tiiie go and get a bargain of him? She waa a member of the Christian church, sisting the officer of the new National New American Washing Machine Hank to get under way. Mr. Price is oue My Fine McElroy Jack Tiik wife oflten llrlght, a reapeclable which ihe joined at the early age of lfi of the best book keeper In the State and rorsslely JA.VES B. Clinir, Her funeral wa preached by Klder W. L. Buena VUta. OarMrd County, Ky. l0-- t and thrifty colored man of Turnemville, Will stand at the ssmsplsce ou tbe same terns. Is la about lSi handa high aud Las pioren himWilliam Wedneaday, after which ber re- understand the system used In banks, died Wedneadiy of pneumonia. breeder. self lo be a main were burled In the Huttonvllle Cem- perfectly. I refer you to the following gentlemen as to the breeding of tho shore stock: J J, l'rje, J. K. Col. Hogcland, of Louiaville, who ha Come andaee the "Golden Hlar" the etery. llaughnisn, Wm, Dodd, L. P. Sharp, J. I'. Rltle, newsIntereated himself In the welfare cheipcii and lct coil oil cook itove In lluitonrlllr; E. II. Uurnalde, blsniord, Ky. "religious. I can I urn lab pasturage at reasonable rates. and bootblack for some yean past, NUN. KATE DUDDEHAH, boy A Son'. theuiarket, it A. Oaaley 1 S. 1'IMVKl.I.. lluatonrllle. lSVlOt The Hjutbern Iliptlat Convention, ha been In Danville this week, delivering Lancaster itreot, Stanford, Ky., In, A new ltneofGlaaiand China-war- which will meet next Wednesday at Waco, hi lecture by gas light In tht open air. Hiin hsndsnd 1. dsllr rerslvlnc a new aud Just every Millinery Hoods emulating of Mint handaome tea, din- Texas, promiae to be the largest ever held Col. Hogeland impresses all who hear him beautiful Una ot will sell at ths orlowest descrln-liopoulble which iha pstronsge, sh asks s in the South. Morn than 2,700 peraon-hav- with hi sincerity and honesty of purtxue, usrirln. Tbauklul for past she can ner and chamber net. II. C Bright. please ths most continuance, knowing that already applied foraccouiniodatlona. he Call and examine my atock of Furni- No ono will be In attendance from Stan- and In the unselfish work in which aymis lutldtous. Mjera can he found, as usual, at the Mrs. Mollis engaged should have the vupport and head of tbo Msntus Making Dtpsrtmenl, ready to ture, Ac; It I now full and complete, and ford. To which they take pleasure in calling the attention of buyers gen serv those who lusy can on ner, ii price are lower than ever. P. K. Wcareo.' The meeting at the Methodlat church pat by of all good people. we nave erally, Mr. W. II. I'lckett, of l'ranklort, a ha been attended by large crowd, and alwlf yeatenlay foe though much Interest I manifested there on of the Superiutendent of Public W. II. Miller and MILL, ENGINE & FAltM wa in town Thursday, looking mally dedicated lo the City Council the ha been only one addition o far, and that IUhI lay sulllun; 18 bands, loaled 1878, bred by I r Cbss. Dunn, hlanford, Ky sired br Messenger for a alrcct through thalr one by letter-- Mr FOR BALE. J. II. William. The to the interest of his father, who a canrecord, Chief, sire of Msud MrsaeDgcr: Mr. J. G.Cecil, of land running from Main alrret to Iincaa meeting will continue till after Sitnday at didate for record, i ti, Abel T.'Uji, Marrrl, trial, trial, Z.BV, Hut, power unfiiur, mournPiko county, candidate for Register of Ihe I naro lor saio a ter pike. least. 5.25; Itenat'., 2:20 gall stU years old, ilalllsMcl)., shop, Tbe ed on wheels, as good as If Just from At a bnalncai meeting of the Haptlata Land Office, waa also here. Hon. W. O. Mill Is well rlged, with two saws. the J 'M gait stl rears old j Msgglsblcwsrt, 2.20 gall at In Khadamcs, Mervcilleux, Moire and Gros Grain Silks, Nun's Veil 3 yrsrsuld, aud other promising ones, lsldsmhii. We underatand that Froman Minor hi 01 Also, 70 to provide entertainment for the large Hansfurd, of Lincoln, wa here Wednes- Mountain, Acres 01 iauj, lying west and jiwis slsby rienliuel, 2.2SJJ, and the sire of Von Arolm, Urwn on lb Cincinnati Southern concluded lint he doean't want a new trial, 2 S; Yours; Annelte. 2 25,; acre in cultlrstlon, with mull lllTer K. its. ing, Henrietta Cloth, Hunting, Tamisc Cloth, &c, and, in fact, a 2.I9S; so; rieeumere, T A , Ullgui'ii, We numlwr of delegate that will attend Ihe day. Mr. K. W. Kemper, of the Cincinnanet, i but la ready to go 'be penltenllarv. dwelllug-houi.itik. ia- irtp Htroug llnieiton laud. Has fur (Irsnd bentlncl. 2:Wi henllnellsfall meeting here In May, numbering between ti and Judge C. E. Kincald, tobacco. A bargslocan bsobtslued In all by luul, uppoae he hid rather rlak the cbince of a brother lo Volunteer, the sire of bt. Jullen, 2:11.1 Nice Assortmcut of Dress Goods generally. to or adJreulng . J. MVItfltY, thirty-twwere Jf perron city editor of the 300 ind 600 periona, (Hosier. Alley, 19; lloJIns, 2;l9)j: Drlter. pirdon than of bettering hi condition by wwuuwiu,ni AU llflt 2.I9K; Hunter. l.Mi: Amy, 2.20)., snd a score prevent offered to take 160 guests. There here Tuesday. Mr. Jieslie Cox Is visltlog more In the 2.J0 class. 2d dsiu Klily Hirers, the another trial. record, 3.00; will be three meeting: The minister and hi dsraof liertledlrl, parents in Cincinnati. Mr. Paul K. OPTJBIiiaKCJnr). record, 2 37, snd lb grsndsm ol Msud MesThe all at London wan pet on fire Tues- deacon of the State convention May 23d; Hoi I ins and wife, of Jacksonville, Florida, record, 2 25.1;: bv Alexander's senger. Al.Ullah. Ib airs oldoldaiulth Maid. 2:14: day night by a prisoner named Creiw, and the General Annoclation of the State will and Mr. J. W. Kllsworth, Misses Sadie 2 22h; Almont, Abdallsh although It wa burned lo thn ground, none convene on the 21th; at the cloae of thli MoKean,Mmle McKean, Thereaa rilol, Ac., Ac. 3d dsm by lied Jsrket. (sire of lb dsm of Kentucky Wilkes, 2.21, and the grsndsiu of the prlaoner (four) ecapd. The Jill-e- r tlio HapiIatState.Sumlay School will begin. ind Mollis McKean, of Gilveslon, t'hll Hamburg and Swiis Kmbroidcry, India Trimmings, Kvcrlasting Trim- orbotio,2'l7U,sudltedWllkfs,ilrsvt Cmuet; byIbomp. record, 2 21,) by son, S.resr-olof Lturel brought Lirklu lllrd, charged During tbia meeting the subject of aemlin Texas, have taken room at Gllcher. They Murgsu, ibe sir of Vermont lllsck Hawk ihe Gospel According: to St. Ruth, , The with brenktng Into a car, lo our jail ymter-dayAllen and uiaur ltd uiUalonarlr and eatablldilng churches all will remain In Danville all, or a greater mings, Tucking, Laces, Ladies' Neckwear, Hosiery, Corsets, Fans, slreofKlhsu waa aired by a othir trotters, Dlark to Jacket's dam To which Is added an exposition of lbs Lord's where all the prlaoner of that county over thl section of Kentucky will be put, of the summer. Dr. Fayette Dunlap Hawk, lib dam an exlia road mar brought from Parasols, &c. WHITE GOODS in endless variety, and a splendid the North br W. I. Vance, of Mtrcrcouly, and I'rayer, and other senuons. will be confined until a bonne cm be built. made to uld to be of Messenger blood. reuilnsl and Alex' The other Ihree being United Stale prla- canvassed and an arrangement Sterling was at Huatonville Wednesday. ander's Abdallah ara bolli by ltvadyk'a llaiuble-IoniaA. G. Talliot on Thursday, sold lo assortment of LAWNS, GINGHAMS, &c. accomplish a good work. Mt. BY GEORGE 0. BARNES, the graodalr of Maud 8., 2:10',, and ths be moved until order from Democrat. oner, will not hog weighing 200 Thus. K Wood 10 aire of Dexter, 2.t7'4, Nellie, 2 18: Orauge Cllrl. "MOUNTAIN EVANC1KLI8T." 2.20; tlssclle, 2.21, Jar (lould, 2'il1 J, and 40 others the proper authorities are received. 0) cents. P. T. Gentry on WedneaIbi. it LAUD, STOCK AND CROP. Chief letter. A large stock of Carpets, Hugs, Oil Cloth, Matting and Wall Taper. with record of 3 30 audl'ilot,lreol Misaenger 2:11;; I'll aai J, day sold to Prewllt A Wood 112 fat hog, wssslied by AblalUh We received the following by telephone 2'iD 1st dsiu Is The proprietor of the Lincoln Mill weighing 112 1U at 0 cU. Thl lot waa EDITED IUf (1EO. Y. (1KEENW00D. The handsomest stock of Ladies' and Gents' fine custom-madShoes Ked to lien lieu. II Thorns, sir ol from Mr. Win. 11. Willlim. of Huaton-Titl- e want to buy wheat. Tboiuss, 1 by Maiubiino MMsrnger, sire shipped lo Cincinnati. D. N. Prtwllt sold Prltv, 91.0U-- U1 Hoots and ol Uwluakl, J.W)41 , (ddsubr Jlsmbrluo Chief, pp.. Cloth. in the city. We also keep a full line of Eastern-madyeaterdav; "National IUnk of Hue. Thlrly-flvmule perished In a burn slretfUdy Thoru. 2:18, Woodlord Msmbrlno, on Thursday to Frank Harris, the wool Clubs of 12 or mora ft per copy, or furnlshsl tonvllle commenced buaineM Tuendiy with ing liable at Polos!, MI. dsm by Msiubilno I'alcbeu snd others. Shoes, which we offer at low prices. In addition to our large stock 2:21V,;Nslou. kugllah Hunter, Ac. 3dAbdallsu from 603 sheep at 23 cents per pound. Willi 1 Hie iBTKaioa JousmaL at II. Dent postImp, $34 ,691 of capital atock paid In. Deposit New York. Market dull. Poor to paid by II'. HALT ox, Kleuni.e will bisks tho acsaou of lb&fl al (.'has. Wakefield A Farrix, on Wednesday bought a nice line of Huitouville prime steer Duuu's, 3U lullr from Hlanford, ou ItuaU llrsuch Hlanford, Ky. of Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing vc keep on Grit day were $3,11. 10, live weight. liMf plks aud pike, t mil lioiu bisufoid A of Jno. A, Wood a good Mill Co. ti today running III machinery -(- lot Graham sold lo John M, 1111 which we are offering at low fig- 3 miles Iruiu Uurasisr A llsurlll plks, at J 20 to in pants and suit patterns, haruess mare for $100; of Clayton Snow, a souu Maro in 1'oal. Mour Insure a Is ascertained. Marrs Ibsldua sspublic Qrat time to it full capacity, which yokeol for the oxen for $03. bara as lbs fact yearling mare mule for $&6; of same party ures. A general line of Gents' Furnishing Goods. records of .30of belter, orsuili at hare produced bu. corn aud 250 bu. wheat per day. Geo. D. Hopper sold to Phil Nunnel trotters with rtvotJa ol 2.10 or belter, usy be bred mart mules 1 1 hands high at Wa will uov l ay apeclal attention lo free ol cherts. Addreu Art making three grade of Hour one of ley an extra good uiue mule colt for 92.-6- $175 for WILMEQ. DUNN, tht pair; same parties bought of patent. Ureen I NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, the lateat improved which Wc sell the Hlsotord, Uucolu Co., Ky. cotton WOUHTOM June Miller hi old lo Geo. Ford, Jas. Harbison five MxAsxaota l'siatic, by Messenger Chief, dsiu A William have taken about a doxen Parties in need of a bj Abalde,(alr of llylss, 2.2IU; Knlgma, 1:ti; 11 band high at $76 per bead. W promise ta glrs satisfaction, and whin desired which is one of the very best machines in use. Chief, chett mules Ksucy Usy, 2 SO, Ac ,) will uiske lbs sesaou o! W4 for harveating machine already New Harmony, Ind , Wettern will glra t'steut Flour for Wbest. Can usk at 1'ouut Vox', Bryanlsitlle, Ky., at 113 to losurt 118S0), by Wetwood, dim by Same parlies on Wedneaday sold to Jno. either bolted or unbolted meal, machine can save money by giving us a call. Miaaea Alice and Kllie Vaometer, of Clark, nut colt W.U.U. a msr In foal. 110--t McALIfsTKK A NALLEE, A. Wood CO bead of nice calves at $22.60 Dick Turpln, vlalting Mian Miry Thompnon. LOCALJtOTICES. iter I'aintii ron Bai.r. A handsome resilience. Will Rf II verv cliMp. V. Crilg, Stanford. MaJIson county 32 lulfer it $131 and a thorough-bre- d d veaillng MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Upon snllillsllun I bsv screnteit lb steney for Lincoln smHIsrrsrd counties of this most prslM-wortsnd tierfWtlv rpllibta Institution, ths object of ths A. M. A. Society being "to provlil nnsncisi sin 10 in wmows, orpnans, neirs, ices- - -.. tt .n - ROBBED Huaiontllle, Ihe the lluitonvllle. In the county nf Lincoln snd rust of Kentucky, haa compiled with all the provisions of the Itsvlaed Dismiss of he United States required to M compiled with before sn saioclstlon shsll be sulborls d to loimnence the business ol banking, O.snp-tiol'- er Now, therefore, I, John J. Knot, of ths Currency, do certify that the Bankof lluttontllle, In tht town of In tnarountyof Lincoln snd State of Kentucky, Is suthorltcd to commence ths business ofbsnklng, sssuthorlted In Prrtlon 8,169 ot ths llevlsed HutulM of ths United Htslss. In testimony whereof, witness my hand and sesl of ofllce, this 7th day of April, ISM. Lancet snd RIockbrMss Chief.) he by llllPs lllsck llswk, of Brldeeport, VI ; baby (ihermsn snd he by IheorlslnslJustln Morgsn. Teleram'a dam by lioyd MtNsry, Jr , l dsm bv Whlppt J.I dam by Waiv. liars Vsixlel's dim Is flnepsmblneil msr from Woodford county snd ol unknown short but I wlilbe sble to get It In UI-Ii- Fancy Boy mt. jPvs joiis uxor, INVIG0RAT0R! v, re-nn- m iheep-aheari- ng H 4 L LONDON TWO GOOD JACKS. m IVi-l- two mm jacks. VTjl & GLOBE Coiiipniiy 133-- tI Iii.Miirnncc PHIL SHERIDAN . al h.-a- btsn-for- d, a ' "W O Ut-S- I Fin.ST-CI.A8- S 1 0. $l4 Mwmj i Sale VmA b JACKS. SITIAIBIXilH sonable. rle ON TIME n ln u lot of Horses and Fine Turnouts. Rates shoe-knif- e u sharp-pointe- d GOAL! R.I3NTCJ0E!! A. T. NUNATEIiTsiEY, .Stanford, Ky. 1 d it -- m three-leg-gei- EDMISTON & OWSLEY . I ABDALLAH -- g ben-roo- huryiug-ground- DRY C00DS! LADIES! NOTIONS. d bus-sir- CLOTHING, BOOTS, Trunks 1 Brst-cla- IvIILLIItfERYI Shoes, Hats, e, e & Valises, Abdallah Mcssoimor! w-c- rlght-of-wa- A Handsome Stock of Dress Goods u S- -t ear-ol- d I Star-'llm- a, o Cuurier-Jpurna- Mo-Ke- GOFSIOVESTORY d bbcr-m- rr 1 ft e e e r. three-year-ol- d three-year-ol- liM TO THE PUBLIC aiiiiviiivo.- 0. light-runnin- g art for$l,WK).-I3ourbou- 8uu. V ,.taVlMBr"i ,jUBTsssima t - tenderly disposed townnl Mm, and did not caro to eo him inlrapicd, and pcrlinpn led into marriage Thoy rll demurred somo timo, but wcro finally QTA.3rB,03aD. ICY. ovr miled by Grace, May 4, 1883 Friday MornlBg, "iro won't Wind it a bit," said sho; "and think how road 'twill niako tho old 'un,' when sho discovers that wo citt.vsnr.i .so.vo. are rtwnro of her posMon for him I " t ruitr. That waa mfllelent ; they all detested Over the chimney (lit night wind nng, her so agreed, And chanted melody no one knew; A week from that night wait to occur And tbo woman atopped aa the babe abe toaaed, And (boat bl of tbe I ne alio had lone; alnce loat, n monthly social cirrlo given in tho And raid, aa her lack eho ferrrd, school, when tho young ladies of tho "Ihatetbowlndlalbechlffiaey." town oulsido wcro invited, and also n few Orer the chimney tin nlgbt wind eanir, irrcproachablo young men, whoaOorded And chanted a melody no on knew; great amusement for tho girls by their And tba chlldmi Mid, a they cloeer drew, " Tta Mm witch tbit la cleaving tb nlgbt a' meok and lowly appearance. It was dethrough cided that in tho letter a placo and timo Tit a fairy trumpet that Jut now blew of meeting should lw appointed. Time And w fear tb wind In the chimney.' f o clock, social night; nino and Orcr th chimney the night wind uric, And chanted a melody no on kncw placo Mis Woodward's privato parlor. And tha man, aa be aat on hli hearth below, , Tho pickled limes and candy having Safdtohlmaelf "It win aure.'ynow, by this timo all disappeared, tho party And fuel It dear and wage low, broko up with a parting injunction from And 111 atop tb leak In tha chimney," Graco to think upnn nwful letter for tho Orer tha chimney tha nlgbt wind fan;, And chanted a melody no one knew; old lady. xn er trr-drr- ono-hal- If. Extccnico Micmur. Tho next fow days ncro busy ones. Every sparo moment was occupied by tho girls in writing and comparing I l'lVKLVl) ZlStliS. but finally ono was comjKwed FroUr. A lloarttlng-Schowhich it was decided could not 1m improved upon. It spoko of tho overL rtoini.xo .Mucnicr. "Who likes pickled limes?" nsked whelming passion tho author had for Miss W., and his utter inability to keep one it longer to himself. " Having fancied, "And II" "And Bhoutcd about a dozen of tho other girls. from several slight advances, that sho "All right "Wo'll each contributo a was not entirely indifferent to him, ho low pennies, and havo n regular feast of had ventured to address thcso lines to her. Ho know thero was somo difier-enc- o picked limes and in their ages, but if sho would "That's sol" cried No. 2. "Won't wo enjoy them, thought My mouth overlook that, ho would moko her a faithful, devoted husband. If sho could waters to think ot it" Thcso young girls wero all pupils in a return his love, would sho meet him in boarding-schoonot her privato parlor tho noxt evening, very aristocratic l many miles away, whero everything was whilo tha others wcro making merry conducted on system, and tho young abovo stairs ? And could ho ask her to ladies wcro expected to turn out perfect mako no sign until that timo, as, in caso models of intellectual womanhood. Somo of a refusal, ho would liko to think of did, but, alas ! for human hopes, very her as his own, for n whilo, at leost. Graco had been spending hours trying many graduated with but ono fixed was to imitate his handwriting, in which sho idea, namely : that boarding-schoo- l a placo in which to havo fun, and to tor- succeeded to somo degreo ; but, being n r, tho lady would scarcely think ment tho teachers to tho utmost of their of tho writing simply of thosupposod ability. Miss Woodward was a flno principal writer. Ono afternoon, two days beforo social and a very discerning woman, but tho night, whilo Jho principal was out tak girls would get tho best of her occasiontho letter was ally, in spito of her keen eyes and cars ; ing her " constitutional, r and just now, after n wholo month of carried to her room and placed whero goodness, they wcro positively pining sho would surely sec it ; then tho girls for mischief, and had ransacked their waited with somo fear and trembling tor brains for somothing wicked enough to tho result. that night, Miss At tho shock tho wholo community. Tho morning beforo, whilo their Woodward was lato, and came in with n peculiar expression of triumph on her worthy principal was taking her beauty-Blccsomo 0110 had climbed up to tho taco that amused tho girls, oven in their veranda, and just before her window uuxiety. That sho iiad read tho lotter waa evi had placed n most ridiculous caricature of her august self, odornod with her dent, for occasionally sho would glnnca precious brown ringlets, and a set of down to tho other taulo so happy, whero teeth that wcro supposed to havo been Prof. Sterns, sat unconsciously eating, a profound secret. How they got out of I hat, had tho poor fellow been really on her top drawer on to that iiguro will al- anxious lover, it would havo lightened his heart considerably. But he, being ways remain a mystery to Miss But thero thoy were; so tho poor Ignorant of tho plot against his peace of lady was obliged to pull tho object in, mind, was serenely talking with ono of and stiflo her indignation as best sho the other teachers ; so Miss Woodward could, becuuso 'twould novcr do to havo I restrained nor raptures until tho ap pointed meeting should tako place. tho story spread abroad. That night tho same fourteen conspirTho young Professor of .Languages had been tormented to such a degreo ators gathered again in Nettio's room to that, had it not boon for on attachment talk over matters. " Oh, dear," said pretty little Alico to tho very ringleader of all tho mischief, ho would certainly havo thrown Grunt, " I wish wo'd never had anything up Ills situation for moro pcacelul to do with that old letter I I know haunts ; but, being hopelessly in lovo, something horrid wilt turn up." "That's bo l" said Ncttio; "and I ho boro it all, to tho great, disgust of tho girls, who daily expected somo explosion would not havo Prof. Sterns know that from him. Nothing was said, and, as I was in tho scrapo for tho world 1" Tftey all echoed tho sentiment except Miss Woodward had kept quiet about tho figure, thoy wero quito melancholy, Grace, and oven sho did not seem so of mischief as formerly ; but 'twas and felt that nothing but great disobedience, in somo form, would com- done, and they must await tho consequences as best they could. pensate for their disappointment. Ono of tho rules of tho school strictly Ill Tin: Consequence enjoined tho putting out ot all tho lights Tho noxt evening, whilo tho yonng by 9:30 o'clock, and tho putting of one's self quietly to bed ; but hero wero theso professor was arranging his toilet for girls tliis afternoon planning for pickled tho affair, a uoto.was handed him by limes and a good timo in tho evening, ono of tho servants requesting his presafter all tbo good people ot tho lioueo ence in tbo principal!! parlor at half past nino. Supposing it to bo somo business should bo in their beds. connected with school duties, ho thought It was decided that, after tea, Ncttio Cutler, tho very essence of fuu and tho littlo about tho matter. Now this was leader in all tho mischief, shoul 1 foign unknown to any but Graco. Sho had illness and start for her room, but should decided to mako tho littlo plot mor6 steal out tho back gate, nnil down into complicated. " 'Twill sorvohim right if ho doos get tho town for tho goodies. Bo while tho others wero in tho dining hall, Nettie, iuto n scrapo," thought she. ' Perhaps having been excused on " account ot a it will teach him to treat somo of tho eovero sick headache," made her escape younger girls with a littlo more politeana UlU all that was desired of her and ness." more. Sho bought all kinds ot dainties About 8 o'clock thoy all camo to tho tho town afforded, then stolo in and long drawing rooms, looking as pretty n went up stairs with her .largo bundle, as roses. Tho rooms wero unseen. filled with young people, and of courso At 10 o'clock, when thoy wcro sup- they straightway proceeded to enjoy posed to bo sweetly sleeping, fourteen of themselves. tho fifty decorous young women in tho Miss Woodward was arrayed in "spotestablishment wcro perched on Nottio's less white-,- and looked tho very ancient bed, suckiug pickled limes and discuss- maiden sho was, notwithstanding her attempts to appear extremely youthful. ing more mischief. "If wo could only do something to Prof. Stems was enjoying himself exnsperato Trof. Stems, I should bo heartily, and never so much aa looked satisfied," said Graco Darnloy, who dis- her way. "But," thought she, "'tis liked tho professor for somothing the becauso ho is fearful lest tho girls should eaino reason as tho fox detested tho joko him. But they'll hoar it grapes. row, for I shall tell thorn uiysolf. After Thoy all sat busily thinking for about so many years of waiting, I wish to bo a minuto, nothing being heard but tho tho first to spread tho news of my ensmock of lips over limoa and candy. gagement." As tho clock rounded the half hour Then, " Oh, girls, I havo an idea I" from Grace. after 9, Miss Woodward skipped youth, fully out of the room down into her own All mouths suspended motion. ''Yoa know Ma'am Woodward thinks parlor, and a fow moments later Prof. tho professor is perfection itself, and, Sterns also left tho room, followed by although she is about twenty years older many anxious oyos uutil out of sight. thou'lie, thinks tiut thoso ringlets and As he entered her room, tho principal her bewitching manner liavo surely cap- gavo a littlo shriek of what was meant tivated him. Well, wo'll tend her a to bo joy, and rushed into his arms. "MUs Woodward?" exclaimed tho and sign his namo; touching love-lettastonished man, trying to shako hor off. won't that bo fuu, though?" The other girls wero astonished nt " Pray explain yourself I Wliat has " such a vigorous movement, because, alarmed you ? " 0 Edward, this moment is too mischief, thoy notwithstanding all their thoroughly respected tho young man, much for mol Can I believe my own and di'l not wish to disgraco themselves eyos?" btill clinging to him liko grim in his eyes. Nettie, although knowing dcuth. The professor could scarcely boliovo v of his feelings forlicr, waa quito lovo-letter- s; ol Bnt tha poet llttened and amlled, for be Waa man and woman and child, all three, And he raid " It It Ood'a own harmony, Thli wind that alngi In the chimney." '"O.Idol" II' 1 stick-candy- lovo-lette- tea-tabl- p, Wood-"""war- d. do-iro- now-blow- to-in- er, nuam nnti.ttAXTX. his scum!)1, hut, giving her n decided "ITow do your diamonds compare shove, Hit hor down on tho eofit. " Now, mndfltn, pleaso oxplain your- with tho gennino?" "Pnt them sido by sido and yon can.t self I You wished toeoorao on business, and hero I am I What Is wanted ot loll Ihcm apart. Let mo show you onto amplc," and tho dealer turned mo?" very lenderly, to his iron safo nnd got out a box of un"Why, Edf-ard-,' "thero is no need for such secrecy; set " diamonds " of about thrco carats no ono is within ho&ring but oursclycs, cacli. Handing tho sorilMJ a dainty pair and you know, love, you wMied au of tweezers ho requested htra to oxatnlno answer to your nolo. It is hero; I havo the stones lieforo tho light. Tho report loved you from tho moment I saw yoti, er picked tip ono of tho gems as careful and am willing to bo your wife. The ly rwi though it wero n 820,000 stone, sooner, tho better ;" nnd onco moro alio nnd held it beforo his optics. It spark. led brilliantly, was cut perfectly, nnd made a rush for his To say that tho young fellow was as- anybody but an expert would suppose it tonished is but n fecblo expression ho to bo a genuine diamond. Tho reporter was simply dumbfounded. And tho was tempted to slip tho stono np his note I Whil could it all m. m? But, sleeve, until ho nsked tho prito of it, having forcibly seated tin when, getting tho reply, "Ono dollar," ho dropped it ns though it was poison woman again, ho raid : With n look of great consternation oc ous. " Hero am somo thirty lieautiful seo- her face, sho produced it, nnd xotchoj him closely A3 ho read, iniens," remarked tho merchant nsho un "Miss Woodward I" after reading folded nnothor pnjver and laid beforo tho slowly from beginning to end, " believe Rcribohalf n dozen stones alwut the sizo of it door-knoTho-are worn prinmo, I novcr saw this before." cipally hy gambleis on account of their "What I You didn't writo tho almost-franti- a "Thoy como n woman; extraordinary size. "then who did? Who has dared tc great deal higher than thoso others 1 mako such n fool of mo? Who has havo shown you. I sell these at 82. CO npieee, or a p.iir of them fornsorio-com-i- e dared do it, I say?" singor's enrriugs at &L25. Thoyaro Now if tho professor guessed, ho said nothing, hut tried to calm tho pool exceedingly brilliant, you see, and at womatf, for ho pitied her grief one uight shine like n locomotivo headlight. " Hero aro nlot of littlo diamonds that sell rage. But 'twas In vain I In her raving, from 23 to 75 cents each." "Aro thoso sho dropped off her beautiful curls, nnt! mado of paste or flshscales ?" " Oh, no ; that was tho " straw which broko tht I never deal in posto goods. These camel's back ;" sho fell to tho floor in I stones como from tho Siorra Noviula swoon. Tho young man, thinking she mountains, aud aro cut and poliahod in would lo better without him, took hit Now York ; and somo am oven sent to Icavo, and sent ono c tho servants t Paris to bo cut and aro then returned to her assistance ; then wont to his own this country. Thoy aro tho lnut imitation of tho diamond made, and retain apartments to think it over. That Ncttio Cutler was at tho bottom their brlliaucy forever. Not being as of tho mischief, ho was certain, and he hard as tho diamond, caro has to be suffered somo sharp pangs to think she taken in not getting them scratched," cared so littlo for his feelings and those " You remarked beforo that tho trada I suppose- that of her toachor.as to do such a thing. was simply immense, Aftor much meditation on tho subject, tho second or iniddlo class ot society nro tho poor fellow took himself to bod with tho greatest purchasers of thcso imitations?'' "That's where you're wrong. a heavy hoirt. Miss Woodward was, with some difll- - Tho principal buyers und wearers of cnlty, tucked awny for tho night, and 'snide' diamonds nro thoso who niovo in her feelings were pitiablo indeed. She tho highest socio ty, nnd I'll tell you tho meant to bo kind to tho girls, and to reason why. Let a lady who counts her think thoy should do such an act (for wealth by tho hundreds of thousands apby this timo she had thought of somo ol pear in public with n pair of six or eight her pupils as tho authors) troubled hor carat 'diamond' earrings, and tho pcoplo greatly. Then, how should sho over never suspect that they aro 'snide.' They meet that fellow again? But, whilo imagine that becauso tho wearer is thinking over theso things, sho gradual- wealthy sho would never dogrado herself by wearing 82 diamonds, but such is the ly fell asleep and forgot all her woes. themselves were caso. Hundreds of times havo I matched Tho mischief-maker- s for diamonds almost as uneasy ns their victims. Not genuino much was said among them, and they ladies, and it was actually impossiblo to retired early ; but nono of them rested tell them npirt. You see, when a person of Jwcalth wears 'snido' diamonds, well, and Nettie cried herself to sleep. Tho next morning, ns Ncttio waa go- you can hardly mako pcoplo believe that ing down tho corridor, who should she they aro nnythlng clso than genuino ; meet but tho professor liimsclf going while, on tho other hand, lot a person in up. Sho attempted to pass with a aim- - moro reduced circumstances wear genuplo " but ho stopped. ino diamonds, and everybody thoy meet "Miss Cutler, I could scarcely bo- will turn up ther nosos and remark that liovo that you would bo guilty of such they aro 'snide.' So that is tho reason a deed ai you performed at Miss Wood- tho pcoplo of wealth cm throw on so ward's and my expense. I havo lost much stylo with very littlo oxpenso." Cincinnati Timet'Star, respect for you 1" " Oh I Professor I wo wo really didn't OASTVLAJt'S OllATOlir. mean to do any harm I" sobbed Ncttio; Beforo speaking ho is restless ant " and wo thought you'd know 'twas all cannot keep quiet an instant ; ho enten in fun goes tho chamber, leaves it, ' Yes It must bo remarkably funny ont again, wanders through tho corrito hurt tho feelings of your principal as dors, goes into tho library and turm you havo done," ho said, sternly, and over tho leavos of a book, rushes into pas&cd on. the cafe to take a glass of water, scemt Ncttio stood gazing aftor him with to bo seized with fever, fancies that h tearful eyes. "If wo hadn't hod thoso will not know how to put tho words tohorrid old pickled limes to cat, wo should gether, that ho will be laughed at oi never havo thought of it. Oh I ho will hissed ; not n singlo lucid idea of lib novcr look at mo again J I wish I was speech lemoins in his head ; ho has condead and buried " fused and forgotten everything. But, bless you I ho did; ho couldn't "How is your pulse ?" his friends ask, help it. Tho girls wont to their princi- smilingly. pal, confessed their crime, and wore When tho solemn moment arrives lie punished according to tho deed; but takes Ids place, with bowod head, tremthey wcro not expelled, to their great bling and pallid ns a man coudemnod to relief ; and Miss Woodward recovered death, who is resigned to losiug in a from her grief and disappointment in singlo day tho glory acquired with so time. many years of fatigue ; at that moment Tho professor, after making friends even his enemies fool pity for his condiwith Miss Nettio, and discovering that tion. LTo rises, gives a glauce around sho really was not tho leader for this him, and says : timo, found another professorship not "Souoresl" far away, and resigned his tb a much Ho is saved, his courago returns, his older man, who at Inst accounts was in mind grows clear, aud his speech comes tending to mako the principal and him- back to him liko a forgotten uir ; the self one. President, tho Cortes, tho tribunes disAfter Nettio becamo Mrs. Sterns, sho appear ; ho seos nothing but his gestwould often say, laughingly, that pickled ures, hears nothing but his own voice, limes wero not good food for young and feels naught but tho irresistible women thoy encouraged mischief. flame which bums within him and tho mi sterious force that sustains and upXUK HOOKY 310UXT.UX HlVLl'.. holds him. Fifty years ago no man considered no longer boo tho walls of tho himself well equipped for adventure and room," ho exclaims; behold a distravel in tho far West who did not carry tant pcoplo aud countries which 1 have with him a Hawkins Ilocky mountain noorseou." rillo. Tho maker of these trusty weapne speaks by tho hour, aud not a ons, Samuel Hawkins, is still alive aud deputy leaves the room, and not a pervigorous, though it Is more thau ninety son movoa in tho tribunes, not a voice years since ho appeared in tho world. Interrupts him, not u gosturo disturbs He likes him; not oven when ho breaks tho reguHis home is ucar St. Lop's. to talk about tho old day? and tho fa- lations has tho Prosldent sufllciunt courrillo mous record of his age to interrupt him ; ho displays at how Kit Carson carried ono of them for his caso tho picture of his republio, years, and William Ashley shot u buffa- clothed in white and crowned with roues, lo stouo dead ut 'luO yards with another. and tho monarchists do uot dare t, because, so clothed, thoy, toj, A luiutHii liing uot many miles from fiud it beautiful. Cistelar is master of fol do has tho folluwiug warning pojted on hi promises: " II tho assembly ; ho thunders, lightens, sings, rages and gleams liko fireworks , auy man or wouixu'd cow or oxvii git makes his utiditors smilo, colls forth in this hero oats, his or hor tail will bo shouts of enthusiasm, ends amid a storm cut off, us tilt caso may bo." of upplauso, and goes away with his head An oged uegro was one day sbovcing In a whirl. Spain. tlm sears of tho wounds inllietod by the AnacuEKTin, company is generally lash when ho was a slave. "What o tho norst sort of couveroutiou, aud in pioturol" taohlinod a sympathizing looker-ou- . " Yes," rospouuoa tlie col- - books tho worst of reading. orrd brother, " dut's do work ob ouo ok Au. good abides with him who waiteth dn old masters." wisely coat-colla- r. g ed high-toned " 1 cHrncH nmrcTOBi. It. C. Merrlaen, MKTlI01)ItlT,80UII!.-R- V. Sunday morning ana third I'raTer Meeting efttv ttunday Hrhool at ( 00 A. M. Tlinrxlar jHtT.lt. u. aiornwMi, oHiiinwHMvu. J- UAtTIUT. Kit. Vnatfhnacen. Tutor, flhervlce ! Hum! ). m at I It a ft aa.l night, rrarrr Meetln ivory Wednesday aftor-w.v a, . ... . nw. noun, nunuij oihm Buporinttniieni sellnlrtTIAnT. Wnrhtiln be th ronrrentlon av- V ry Iwd'a Hay. Ireaehlngbr Dr. J. W. Cot on flerond and Kourth lnl'a dare. Sunday (School tt IJ. Joi. Bomanfe, Kuperintendent. WIDTH -I- terT I. B. McKI-J- L fSltWIIYTKliiAN. roy, paitor. Hnmtay Htbonl at MO. John W. Union l'rayer Meeting on Kont,Huperlntrndrnt. Wod tinder nlghtt. "MOlVOlV Chicago JKOUVJ!3 niMventnit lha hi. Louisville, New Albany & Railway. 1'Alnco TO Suffer iron ters novor frills to euro all thoso dlscnsos. nnowN's bitno lonoor from Dynpop- Bln, Indigestion, wnntof Appotlto,lossofStrongth took of Enorrjy, Mnlnrln, Intormittont Fovors, Ao. TUB OAI.V UHB BUNHIHU 1'iilliiinii LOUISVILLE Curs ! -- ANI BOUD THAtKS CHICAGO! 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Lvula, Iron Mouu. tain A Houtbern Hallway; Chlcagu At Alton Kail, road, Chicago, llurllngton A qulncy lUllroad, a okuk Aril. Uul Kailroad, Wabaih, fu Lout A I'aclllc lUllroad; Xtlaaurt. Kanaaa A Taia Itali way; t)t Loula.lan Krancltru Hallway. 1 Harness and Saddlery, Impreit This Upon Your Memory. The M. Jb .It, la the only line by which you can get through car Irom Cincinnati to 81, Lou I without paying eitra fare In addition to money paid for ticket. riaows lu-t- r WAGON8. Fortlc.ela, ralea.or anv lnlottuatlon, call on Vmo JUr. Giuiu'h Cough Nyrup. Ticket Ageuta of connecting line. -I- N f l'leate call at IM Walnut at, 49 For Uvrr Complalnt,Dyiprpla, Indlgeatlon.Jaun. Orand Hotel, dice, Uonitlpatlon, Hour ctomach and all llllloui PlnrinnnTn w"lr'our'a " UIIIUIIIIIdlllorDeiwllbolofMlllatreet. W,W. PEAUODY, V. B, HIIATTUC, Paaaeugtr Agt tlrn'l Kuperintendent. Clnclunall. J, D. HILL, Paaaenger Agent, Lebanon, Xy For nbeumallim, Neuralgia, Bpralni, Ilrulte and Hwelllngi-- an e.ternal application for man or Lean Dlwaaea, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, Uhu JUr. Clunn'H Cure. ITho Dr. Guuu'rt Iiliilincut. FUlula and all Propr For I'llea, Iletuoriholdi, Ilurni, aim liar dlaraae, LIU bt ran -- THE MOST DKallUULK KOUTG Uho Uho Dr. OniiiH Pile Ointment. Dr. Giuiu'h IJliler-NueOiiilmenl. et This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains ita High Roputatlon, -- AND For Freeh CuU, Burnt, Ulcere and Old Borre, T-O- CXWCIBTiVATI! And decidedly the Popular Iloute, atTordlDf, aa It dote, leu change and luperlor accotumodatlona to VHoDr.Gaiiii'MNIoiuach A Iti Proprietor ii Illtlcra "I Determined that U snail be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of Iti liable Toole, A ppcllaer and Wood Purlfler, and alao curee ltyreila, Indlge.tlon, Liver Cotni'lalat, Maltilal revrr and all periodical lllaeaaee. Manufactured and for ule by Mitiouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Tezai, The North, Northweat and Weat. In fact, If you com in plate a trip In any direction, your latere.! will bebeeiaervrdby purchaalng your ticket via K. C and Cincinnati. ZTralua each way 2; Pull man Palace I ar; Klegtnt Nw Day Coachea, and handaouialy furuUhed llecllnlug Chair Care lor u Ihe uoequelcd t'luluuieut of lot Old ltellable, thereby making a trip over thla line one ol lulu-rlocomfort and plcaaure. Try It. TIME TAULE. IN Er'FEOT DEC. II, 1M2. Ho "I their Gueiti. "W. Bole proprietor, Montlctlln, Ky. acAU uy mail win receive pioinpt aiteniton. K. MT. X)., order w-- u TUgfige will be conveyed to and from the depot iree orcnarge. npcciai ecrocamoaauona io to Commercial Trat eler. The liar will ha alwaya aapplled with the caolcett hraad of LUiora and Clf ar. GiiEsiiPEiin Kentucky's Itouto n y. trill. No. 7. I No. a, No. 8. East Lve. Covington liand-road- o ST.ASAPH HOTEL. W. S. FRANCIS, STANFORD, - - KY. Uavlng bad thli Hotel Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Tba only Hue runulng Arr. Lve. " " 11 Falmouth,. .. Cjuthlatia .... Parle.. . . Wlnchrtter Air. Mt " dlerllug Lilnglou.. lalugtoa . PULLMAN NEW SLEEFINO CARS " Aablaud Uuntlnglou. ao a at a 10 a u a on ii iu 101WDIU so a ru 0 45 p Ul 10 40l.ui II is p w B J p IU lltIO i.m I IS u ni 7 911 II lu It 2S pin Jl p u I tO l Ul iz iu am S Ot p Ul r; is am 7 XI u ir 10 Ml 11 I 00 ata lUpu nm iwpu No. I. ItMpia Dllpm i t US p Ul 4 6Sau Notnu. Lve. Huntington... No. I. No. 6. pro-tos- A SOLID TRAIN raou iiy WASHINGTON CITY. Ilof.iri.l8.icil and Itoilttcd From baaement to garret, I lutcud to Keen It In h Nlrlctly Firrtt-C'lHKH IS a m SISpui lo p IiOlllHYlllC, CllU'lllllHl.ltUtlI.-00 p in " Pail. S M niu " Cyulhlana..... M p la a ill an liiKiuu " Falmouth U p til 10 1 a u AM put Arr. Covington.. .. IS p in II 64 am aSpm. MAY4VILLE DIV18ION. No. Lr. U.lngtou A put. Arr. May vlllet lOpu Connecting to lame depot wllb fait Iralna lor No. 10 Mayavllletooau. " Lexington Miui No. II " Parla S JO a in. Marat" II x tsau No.li ' Mevavllle Ix 4'ljiui Le.lugton pin Atblaud.... MLbtorllog . Wlncheater Arr. Le.lugton .... Lve. Lealugtou.. Mam am IS 21 " Ma ... IS p p ui 6 Ul Ul to 5 7 7 SO am Ma 10 am ui Itiiu lllllu And leaf nothing undone that will add to tbo Manner, COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan ville, florioiK, 1 r Out of our best clthens would isy to, the Coiiiieici'ciiil Are oflVred m yourself,' " the parson r'enmkod ; publlo that he hti tried Hall's Catarrh Curs SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS wo must not take this and It U all that is claimed for it. Price To petrooli me, aa I have every coveDlnee.iucb " but, of course, 76o per bottle. aaNlcr. BAMtxeiiuuJio, ac, tur luciruee. literally. If you mauago to lovo youi Catarrh is the teed of consumption, and part as much unless taken in time la a very dangerous lutighlior Baggage Traniferred to and from as yim do yourselves, many of you, it dieae. Hill' Catarrh Cure never fills the Depot free of charge, will be all thai can bo reasonably expect- to cure. Price voc. Boiti by renny a W. N. VKAMCIH. dire mo call. ed of yon." "Tub liiblosays, 'Love your neigh-l- Travelers to Kana. wha rail. iV.Va. aud Hecllulcg Chair Car te Lex. lugtoo. Hlopa only at atatlnua on K. C 11.1L. where time I given. No. 3 run dally, except bunday. hae through luaibeato lluuilugton. No, 4 run dally, except bunday: hae through coachea All Vlrglula and North Carolina to Ml. bterllog and parlor lar to Mayavilla. No. S run.dally, baa eligautday coach from Waabloe xromiB. ton. Pulloiau Kleeiwr from Kanawha tail. jli IV. ItoV.I. .ml liirth.r Inf.irm.tlitn atinlr to to Cincinnati Krlorcaia from Ltalngiontund.llv. ...... Oalu addieaa ai...,- Noa. 1 and a jourseareat ticket ultlce, or day, aud bare through coachea from ilujillngtun, C. KKNNT. JANIM and Mt. Bitrllng. Direct coonectlo at Le.lugtoc, Ueul. VVeleru Ageut, with tag for IUcbmoud,Ky.,UH8tburg,ty.. 310 W. Milium., Uularllle.aly. aud Veraalllea.Ky, 0. W UENDEK, V. W.HMITII. aUBHOWN. II. W. ritl.I.tK, a( buwrlntandcnt. mmm . .mg Oan'l Pax. A Tkt. AfW jtju UlU I JUfUM(t XUchwonJ, Virgin lie Utneralomcta. CotlogUo, Ky, NewYorli. tit t run dally and baa day coacbta tluu.il to Washington, Pullman tileeper No. from Clo. i Hici i'A