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V L J i t i It k ' The Sarcastic Toting Homan. PILES PILES! PILES I Why Payne Had No Home. forettt of North Carolina. Iniiiflcraule though tho B'88"n!'r Tho idea that John Howard Payne It is said that no forests of Ameri- lift Mtrntlno' Anr MUmfovrrU for fiitiliinj; girl mny lie, 1I10 in angelic was a victim of Nature's rctributivo ca will y compare with thoso of Pltm Ii rsitleal ehsne from lbs oM remeJIe heretofore In uh, The Discoeery Ii In reiiill of Wt P' M-TOEditor and Proprietor when eumparcil with her larcaatlc justice will probably bo North Carolina In variety and luxu- yMrs6'patltnttelentiacstuily sn.l Inveitlsstlon a now one to T. H. WALTON, Butlnett Manager siiler. Tho sarcastic girl la, In sorno n majority of readers. Yet Itappcars riance of growth. This Stato con- Into In ehsrsrter of Hilt rnlnful dliesss, To eon A Mc merit, Instance, tho product of hstv or III to be sincerely entertained by tho tain! almost 10,000 miles of unbroken viae 7011 ol Its (rest W M. esll on Penny Alliter, FUnford, of Wlr, Ml. Vernon, i'iibntirtlTH:rtfHi''nittl ml vised compliment jmtil.Kcr bjr,Bomo Kov. K. H. Bhcpherd, of Bhcpton forest, containing all tho best known snj i- s ssm-lios frett ol ehsrge, TO of tlioiigtitlcis admirer, on her making Mallet, England, tho clergyman at species of trees to Ira found in this LoultM. Walts, of Dsntltle, In-- , aajnir annttcu. tlren np by bis somo spiteful criticism or sumo rudo whoso suggestion and through whose country. On tho uplands may be Uendrlcks country, ssys hewn eoniumptlon, rsmlly pbyilclsn to die with bl vriMMilan'lMtiil stamp. In pajmtntof sub remark concerning nn acquaintance cdorts, while he was acting as British found tho white pino and tho hemlock; Drawn's F.ipec lorsnt cwreJ him. For tils by Ten. W M Weber, Ml A scription, sirspl to msa chants, and thro of ds or raimnnnlmi. Chnplain at Tunis, tho strinod-gla- ss on tho lowlands, tho palmetto and the ny MeAlltUr, nisn'orl, snd Vernon. r yiio ha nnt thn uliillti in ilUiln? window in memory of Payno was magnolia. Of tho twenty two species "H w la-- . ..T p mj.' T. W. Essie, orMlsmlil.il nt, O , I Moron ns that gutsh between impudence and Mt!r$ placed in the British church theie. In of oaks to lw found cast of tho Rocky Brovii's EipKtorant eured him ol a very haJ jswzt had failed. To erery . Druggists mid Booksellers, MTesUWM rt.iMr nn caav uiic in rnnviFwe r a sermon preached by bim recently in Mountains, nineteen 'grow in North ciuihsrter Tenny other medicineStsnford, snd W. flu ii i A MeAIUter, be had of Tirougftmntwttf and I Tennettee Yankee rtlirtt1 illlircd rudeness of specchfs'tSo his parish church at Shepton Mallot Carolina, and twice as many varieties M. Weber, Mt. Vernon. Opora Honso Blook, Stanford, Ky. Enterpnte Pelt Entry Whtie perfection of Irony, and that to say he referred as follows to "tho dead poet: of trees grow within the limits of this rROFKSSIO.IAI, In MichiThe change from spiteful and unpleasant things to ov "Poor man, It was from tho aching Stato as may bo found in tho wholo of gan to farmer plowing anJ itnn(Iog In h'lKKjy she moots it sure to win h void of his heart that ho sang, 'Thcro's Europe. For arlwriculturo, it is one SiU St. aOBDETT. 1. w. asorrx, Kentucky and Trnnrtwee can lie made In regions of tho BUIIDETT ft TJHOWN, hqiira. Here In Houston reputation of being sarcastic. Sho no placo like homo.' Though ho liv- of tho most favored InsJMs Xi.vv. conntj,T rtn , most ofrtie Vl.ow'n his eagerly cultivatci her fancied talent, ed in a 'palace' ho was homeless. Tho globe; every variety of tree grows A.arroitNi3YH 1 jr MT. VEUNON, KY. conaMerahle corn J In the not allowing nn opportunity to exer- ho 'roamed amid pleasures ho was an with a rank luxurianco unknown in PHARMACISTS hn done, rprliig W4LL1CE I. ViSNOM, ground ami ha falrlf pf nrd Qn cise It pass unimproved, and sho gen- unhappy man. Thoeo who know him tho North. Somo tulip trees may bo T. Tf. V1SKOX, T. W. & W.E. VAUNON, thin .Td dar April, It I at warm here a erally succeeds in making herself well have told mo that in spite of his found more than a hundred feet high, A.TrrtIlNJ2VH A.T XjA-W- , anViiaVliOlay In Michigan. The winter Drugs, Books, Stationory KY. heartily disliked by those- - who aro un- fino poetic instincts it was a pain to and measuring thirty feet around at Offlte In Owsley 8TANF0nD, building up stairs. A Bon's new ha tissri ft aerrre one here, A wetl aa at and Fancy Articles. fortunate enough to ho numbered converge with him, ho was so misan- tho foot of the trunk. I the North, and the oinIng of spring the M. PEYTON, rhyayclana' presctlptlona accurately compounded, .V'P X.A.W, among her acquaintances. thropic. And why? In his youth AIM Utt' or.miuy jean. STANFonD, Many outcries are raised In the ATTOnNKY r KY. Unroln and sj Wlllnractlealn the Court-oYoung men who aro generally sen ho disregarded tho voico of God and ik Tiir. south. I working in tho Joining counlle snd I lie bnperlor Court snd Court JKHKIiKHNJ I Northeast by persons 01 Appeals. Bpscisi It I wonderful how the South la i!clc sitive to rediculo avoid her systemati Nature. 'It is not good for man to bo iienuun fiten 10 collections. 112 interest of the great continental rail- Offico on Lancaster atrt ing up. The boom was alow In coming, cally. Bho attributes this to tho alone;' and in his old ago he found road monopolies, which have a large ALEX. ANDERSON. but It ha aprjtad all o;rr the South, and I; Lnrgrst Stock of AVatclirs, tho wholesome fear in which she ! thai, left alone, the Garden of Eden area of public domain to sell, against ATTOHNEY A.T XiA-W- , Clocks, Jewelrj X Silverware 1rme.ra Tl'KaVUlfjerjiroiittpf. ' DANVILLn, KY., held. wilderness to dwell in. Is but n barren are cTeaTIng, rr (endue and putting up new Eeer brought to this market. Prices Lower than malarial disorders in the South. Of Will practice In the Court of Bojle sod adjotnlni the Lowest. Watches, Clucks and Jewelry bulldlni!, tillage are spreading ouf, and 1 Tho family think her brilliant when Having failed to make a homo for an- course the subject is greatly exaggera counties ana in in ixuri 01 Appesis. nn abort notice and Wirr.nle.1. townaacd cltlc are piuhing enterprise oveiy one clso pronounces her insult other, by just, retributivo Nature ho J. II. FIBIT. s ted. To those who listen to these A.ttornoy AtLiiw, InoIlni OaVg'e ntn and running all ing. Her sarcasm generally degener 1 was deprived of homo himself." And Matter OomraUtlotier Itockrsntle Circuit Court to tho prejudico of the South wo MT. VKRNON. KY kind of bnsint, Kfery daj and they ate into Insolence, and she is regard pracllc In lb Kocicsilto Courts. CollecWill Chicago Tribune, ask this question: Is it any worse to tion, a iperlillj. Office In chrerfullf admit It the on of the South nest. Without friends sho is It are becoming more and more Irahnrd with cdasu Tun limit Lichnsk Systkm. Re dio of malarial fever in tho South than LEE F. HUFFMAN. lonely and dissatisfied,! but is still far 4 17 11 O 12 O IN Yankee push and raid, and ttetj day DJ3NTIHT, ferring to tho workings of the high of pulmonary diseases in tho NorthKTANFOIU), KY. AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. that nine enterprise I allowing lieneflclal from guessing tho truo reason of her licenso system in Lincoln, Nebraska, n west? Fivo persons die in the North- OSlce South sld Main Utrest, two doors abor the Myers Hotel. renM; ' vice has forlorn state, for her petty prominent liquor dealer in that city west of pneumonia and consumption to Par Nitrous Olid Oss administered whan reWe In Michigan hoast of bur "right quired. lccomo a second nature, and sho can recently said: "We got along better ono in the South of malarial diseases. inirt" small towns but Kentucky and not cstimato its disagreeable- - ellect upTeonenaee ma do the tame. Here in thin Francis & Miller's Real Estate Blue-Gra- ss under tho new system. With a pop Farm For Sale I , town ofF.rialnnBitti!aK,i(H) 'ipiilitlon. on others. ulstion of over 10,000, tho city has Journal. e and hating JFg hotel, rt ip) 375 It is now tho latter part of , April, only oleven saloons. If tho liccneo If the democrats in 1884 carry the of Ieioner for sale, prlrstely, me farmlargof brickAcres (client land, with a and ami pistil fiOtftcre, One ooniil noiwiare frame and all over Kentucky tho crbpsaro wcro reduced to 8100 per year thero States they won in 1882, they will mil residence combined, of ten rooms, within a of th new Stanford A FreschersTllle idke.l found fife h&uV KTen jer ago. Ten and growing, tho meadows and would bo from fifty to toventy five sa- have a majority of 180 electoral votes; Mew orchard, fresh and medical water In abunyeare ago It wa a count made up of hills, planted Including a nest dance Improvements balance tilWith such but Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin, tenant houae. In grass 300 acres, snd and UilekeU.fortst and awales, with only a blue grass pastures aro green with loons, perhaps more. , Desires to call attention to the Large snd Comprehsntlre Stock of Church lable. Timber abundant. nesr by, snd the neighborhood unexcelled. worth working. A decide ha growing grassed upon which stock of competition, tho saloons would neces- Michigan and Connecticut may be re-- , fen. farm It la not often tbatauch a deelrsbl farm is forssle. GroccrlcH, ProvlRloriH, CoufVctioiierleH, Tobacco, Clgar-H- , worked audi change a would iol he cred- all kinds is feeding, the spring bios-- ' sarily be very shabby, and licsides garded as decidedly doubtful. They Till perfect. Address me st Stanford, Ky,or call on me at th farm. Which he keeps always on band. Make a specialty ol Handling Good, at Wholesale on Small ProDtt. ited If tM of prction in V" North. soma aro full blown and all nature' is there would bo littlo or no money have together eighty-thr- ee votes, deSfRN.NARAU COOK. Goods dellrered within town limits free of charge. border Houthron ha healed the The attire. mado by anybody. As it is now, we ducting which, there will be left to rapidly donning summer wound of war, forgotten that he nnce For Sale! is fully make money." the democrats a majority of 10G A Tesas owned slate, ream) to repine orer lit Farther south tho summer population is ' a snap co mo and tho resident license feo was votes, and among them aro, the votes In .Toilet, III., tho lof, and pushing ahead with I will sell or exchange my Farm In Texas for counchickens, raised a yean ago from 800 to 8500 a of New York, New Jersey and Indi- Isnds In Usrrsrd, Mad (ton, Lincoln or Boyl county, to hi eye that mean limine, idle fall, luxuriating upon spring ties. This farm Ii situated In Tarrant abort winter and eailj spring are an otT-- t strawlierries and early vegetables. In year with the result of reducing the ana. A year and a half may work a Texas, about 12 or li mile South of the city of Fort Worth snd about tame dlatance North of In Tenneee, when nheat fall tf yield tbd, Northwest tho frosts still (hill tho City of Cleburne, In Johnaon county. Contains number of licenses from 107 to CO, tremendous advance in democratic the O Aerm of fins land, all under fence, with a asf more than fifteen bushel to the acre The carlh, the blizzard biteth tho noses of The republican calcula- good barn upon It sad good wsteron place. It la while tho receipts of tho city treasury prospects. ttrtt-rnt- e farming land and iteprelattu "" average In West Tennesve I nolOTrr nnd not oven tho en- from that source roue from $5,350 to tors, just nt present, seem to le rath- located for railing cattle, being on a high plateau -twenty, but III a good lobarro ronnlr, tho Inhabitants, between two neeer falling streams of wster. It Is Courier-Journaabout one mile Faatof the aureeyed route of the in er blue. and oat, corn, barley and other cereal uo terprising Colorado beetle has yet 830,000 with a great dfcrcoso Fort Worth A Wo (JrandelL It., which will lie " finely. crawled nut of his winter quarters to drunkenness completed In a short lime, and alio sbout 3 miles A Florida Yarn. At Wiggins' West ol the (I C A Hants Fee R. K. now In opera- Nice lot of Horses mill Fine Turnouts. Kates reaIn Georgia and Virginia ll.u farniera are watch for the first pop alwvo the clods from Ft, Worth to Half nloo. Thla farm la In Fk.v-cksJog rolling last week tho hoss lift was tiongri st cotton and wheat raiting aectlon of North sonable. the cniy about fertilizers, and the wisest of his tootluomo potato vine. Tho Thk Cost ov "Fixino oun lexsa The fact that wo havo in tho mado by Sol. Dancer, of Helena, and emfarm or snd eery desirable for any one wanting among them admit that they are slimuUt. to raise cattle. Alto hate on the places oxen therocoiitinuo to dio of cold and United States 0,000,000 miles of fenmall bunch of Short Horn Heifers with rait snd Ing their land to over exertion. In West-erW. B. Raymond, ol Lecsburg, two one One Hbort lloin Hull, 3 Jean old lbl Spring, starvation and have cut the acquaint- ces, which havo cost nearly $1,900,-00Tennessee guano I scarcely known, farming Implementa, that I will trade with colored men, Mr. Wigginsputs them alto place. the 111. ttcliliE DVilCAN, and farmeta team to be dead set against ance nt their master's cribs Iwcauso Lancaster, Kf. nnd have to bo renewed evory fif- against tho country for strength. They Jsn.ll. 1S3I. Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in even the use of coinost. What email farm they iro empty,, while those of tho teen years, makes the fence problem lifted a live oak log two and a half feet er aroucd Detroit pay fifty cent a load masters who uro profane curso their one of tho most important. It, how in diameter at the hutt, fifteen feet for they were tumbling Into the rWer at fate, nnd tho pious pray for n south- over, most interests And can supply it in any quantity. tho farmers, lung and two feet in diameter at the Nashville the other day to get rid of. One breeze nnd n warmer sunshine. who have the bulk of tho labor to per- top. They lifted against six men, may ride for mile and fall to see a tingle ern A. STANFORD, KY., field which ha lern enriched "lib rriateri-al- s Francis it Miller's Ileal Ejtato Jour form nnd expenso to meet and tim and their feet sank over their shoo, tops nnl. close' al hand and Without cost. It doe ber to furnish for their consumption. in hard ground. The stick with Dealer In- not seem to be from latines or ahillle In 18G8, when Grant was first nom- The consumption of the timber for which they lifted was of hickory, well explain that they haven't inated for president, IWcUarty (now of ness, but farmer this purposo interests nearly overy seasoned and four inches in diameter; been in the habit of Ao doing. The Und tho Pad u cab Journal,) remarked to philanthropist. It is reported that Pensacola Journal. which now grow fifteen buiheli of wheat this they bent. "Generol, you Kentucky requires annually 10,000, to the acre only want to fall Into the hand General Buckncr: QUEENSWARE, ought to gofor Grant this time. "Why 000 trees to keep up her "national "Do you think that I could get a -of our Northern farmer to yield thirty. IlF.ALF.KN IN- A Northern farmer who want good, till tho h 11 and d n n ought I go for fence," the Virginia rail. Tho census pension?" asked an enterprising able lands at fair value, good water and Grant? piously exclaimed Simon Bol"I Harness and Saddlery, of a pension lawyer. bulletin of 1880 shows an expenditure Glass-Avar- e, ready market ahould not overlook Ten-n- ivar. "Because one good turn do guess so, if you were in the army," of nearly 880,000,000 on fence build U lie turn hi face Southward. The serves another," replied Mc. "Grant, ing and repairs in 1879. was the reply. "Well, to tell the truth, winter are fr milder than oura and the you kuow, went for you at Fort Don I uover was," said the enterprising season la over before we have y is estimated that not less, than Mc. successfully dodged nil man, "but I celebrated a big victory 12s.tr oIT our over elson." abut oar coal itave or taken coat. There are miny "Northern men tho light portablo material in tho 50,000 visitors havo been to Florida by getting drunk, slept all night in the past wiuter. Supposing thoy re- tho gutter, caught tho rheumatism, down here, some farming,, other in bud room, but wneu tno irato nex or railroading, and' they all tpeak made at him with an uplifted chair, mained thero on an averago ot fifty and havo hnd it ever since." The highly pf the climate and ol the people ho emulntod the example of General days each, nud expended $2 a day agent says his caso is good for S24 a STANFORD. KIT. M, Qiun. around them. Floyd at tho samo Fort Donelson by each, it would amount to a disburse- month, and that ho will get it in a fow Krln.Tenn., April, I8R3. " showing a clean pair nt heels. And ment of .85,000,000, leaving out of the weeks. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr KENTUCkr. ovcu to this day ho never hears tho account all investments in orange of tho maplo sugar crop The failure An Enjlith Ettimata t( Her. mentioned without groves and other real estate. Thero in Vermont is tho coropletest for ma- ThiB Old and Well - Known Salt, Iiimo, Comont, Flold Soods, Flows and Farming; FromaDrtfctby Attwiter A Vlaey, nDilUtt namo of Buckncr Implements. Call and soo tho gonnino Hamilton Plow. aro four railroads centering at Jack- ny years. Tho depth of the snow Hotol Still Maintains its tad Aniertrsn Firm Jfjtnti, LonJun, KojUdJ. an involuntary duck of tho head. High Imputation, sonville, including tho one to St. Au- and the absence of sharp frosts after Although the tide of emigration ha aet Did any one of our rcdera over gustine, which will be finished in a -- AND Canada and the o prevaiUnglytbwards' tho season began, limiting the time of thiuk how many steps the farmer takes few days. Another is now being Western Bute, noma of the more Southern the flow of Bap, havq together reduced Its Proprietor is Determined that portion of the, North American continent in a year? Tako simple planting of a built, froraj Jacksonville ifo Jnlatka, it 8hall be Second to no Conntry the production very much, and damHotel in tne state in its rare, grlculurist field of of corn. Take a field. present', attractions ' to tli thence ouward to Tampa, on tho Gulf aged, tho, farmers some hundreds oi Appointments, or Atten which fclnnotbe overrated. Nptably the To break it up would require walking tion to Comfort of of Mexico. thousands of dollars. Many who usu State of Kentucky, and especially that por their Quests. somo forty miles; harrowing it, ten tion of It known a the Hlue (Iras region. An Indiana Wedding Fee. An, ally make enough for their own uso miles; furrowiug it, twenty miles; We are Indeed somewhat at a hu to under Iudiaua clergyman Irodd on horseback and have a surplus to sell will not have Itancai will b csaMjsJ tu aad from tbdtpl planting, cleveu miles it with a plan stand It comparative neglect by enterprW rrsirckart. Npsrlal acrorarsodatlsas t t a distance of six miles to marry a enough to supply their own needs. to CoaaaatrrlalTraisWra. Th Bar will Ing Kngllshmeu of means; for here on the ter, and if dropped by hand and then alwsja spsll4 with th choltsit IVITIIcouple. As ho was starling for home . A. fow days ago, as two young men krssds of Mason aal Clcsrs. rich pasture and amid the sylvan scenery covered, twenty miles. Thus it will a coin was given him. Wheu he got were passing near Trinity church, of this fertile plain, in a mild and healthy be seen that it takes 100 miles of travRICHMOND home ho "looked at it, and it was au thoy wcro stopped by a littlo boy, who climate, the Kentucky farmer rear the el to put in a Cold of corn, copper cent. Tho next was sitting on the outside of tho rail blooded stock to which tho 8011th and West and har lookjortttetr Supplies of breeding animal, to say nothing of cultivating morning the groom appeared at his Ing, with "Young gentlemen please vesting, uud the going to and from the and not a.fewfindthelr way across the door, and having explained with con help tho blind?" "How do you know I Late recsotljr oiwucJ In lllcliinorul a larts an.l ocean ''tulwprovo the .stock of Oreat llri field while planting. Mill, ami sin sidernlilo embarrassment how. the anJ wo " luruisU aro young gontleman," said one, rompltl bluilof tain. Ult many an Kagllsh racehorse I 1'tCKMii) CucoMncna. Waih-an- d noying mistako hail been made, took "if you aro liliniW "Oh," said the fr; ....... I . .irsvraiiin iiairm it.. uilir III linuiuanu wipe tho cucumbers and placo them back the cent nud handed tho clergy MATERIAL! boy, "I meant deaf and tluruWThey BUILDERS' M M raining tu the stud farun of Ken -In u jar. To ono gallon of cider vin- man a quarter.-Hoosi- er Happenings. gave him a copper. r, I3NTiumrv Hor UiU fine reglonjl leu capable of egar add 1 teacupful of bait, 1 or 2 FloorliiK, Wi'ntlicrtioHrilliiK, "Why, bo gloomy this luorniiiKi Ja Tho editor of the Ilaweavillo Demoiroduce;cereal and red peppers cut fino, of a raiitKVvcttul cob?" IjAhj'niy jworlettle-loiijyiM- ln Doom, Nash, IIIIuiIh, I.atliH, crat savs Proctor Knott's Duluth fruit are eally grown, hestde tobacco and pound of white mustard sood, tor Lovi-h- o hemp, which may be considered the staple Dead? Yqu speech is as threadbs.ro as that of our 'ii (call. NbluKli'H. MeuldhiKH, Nlulr- of an ounce of giugcr root, a crops. More than half the Ktate U still Aud yet there is that in breeches. surprise mo. How ilia It happen? piece of alum tho site of a butternut, H)H, al'O. vly!Urwl.Uieiqid VorId tradition "Veil, you boe, my lettle Penjymln both the speech and the seat of our of it Inhabitant Simula make It le lor- - 1 teacupful of horseradish root 'riot ran I he vaa at tier synagogue to say his breeches which, were it in the head oi Al I ssll at pile? aucb aa th aUov arllcln vhuls-aelgn than many oilier part of America to grated. Then bring the ingredients bought to laulat Ills, ClucloDall.or other f.'..ri7.i?.,.iii. braycrs ami a pay put in his hct at dcr the editor ot the Democrat, would houses, I au sur I can wax it la Jam .1.. to a boil; pour over tho cucumbers 1 am to ilroDlM how loslltutluaa. his pa grics, 'Job loll' ,aud lettle greatly enrich the columns of alao a (.radical Catarrh it the seed of consumption, and boiling hot; cover closely, and they toor nud J lirecKennuge news. Penjyiuin ho vas gilt in der grusb." per, unlet taken in time I a very dangerous are done. The President has selected liost on, Cure never falle disease. There came . very'uear beingf a cy The theatrical season which is now Atlanta and Chicago as the names for to cure. .Vice 75o Bold by l'enny & Mo AnJ au tirs irtxl to furnlih ilcslnua and csllinitts clone at our house the other evening, near its close has not been as profitable the three new steel cruisers of the fur bmlJlDKs sad all kinds of Krvll work. Allsler. That I au doing no small biuiooss, cso b JuJg. One of our beat citizen would say to tho when our wife ordered us tu set a hen, to managers as t)iat 0 last y,ear. Out navy. sd frouth fact that mr back account ruoa from .W II.60U ta public that be has IrM Hall' Catarrh Cure ami we naked, her if wo mutt set it of 210 organizations that startel out ft wsk, uuitisctlng an.l bulldlpg dons roinptlj snd at Pharaoh's daughter was the first to Utlng and It I all that it claimed for II. Price prices. Additw reap prophot from rush on a bank, leaded or Bolid. Dreckcnridgo News. last soason, over 100 came to grief. t H. NTAfl-OHU- . 76o per bottle. WALL PAPER TRIMMED AND READY ! vkii PUT ON, . yg -- M'ROBERTS i 'rr snow-bank !? ..... & STAGG'S "il 131-- a.t Vwwfm WiMatoi rtl. out-crio- Court-hous- e. 1 Groceries, Provisions, &c, --- H. G. BRIGHT,! St. Asnph Block, Court-Lous- blue-gr- si s, school-hou- lc, Farm 1 Ufwy,! ato t Wm SITIAIBIIalKI! a.:n":d l. , haebss shop.; GOAL! ." a 0, W. T. GREEN -- T. NUNJVEIilsEY, Stanford, Ky. Groceries, Hardware, A. OWSLEY & SON, Hardware and Groceries, Queensware, Phila-delphia- n PLOWS WAGONS. MYERS Wooden and Willowware, Stoves, Grates HOTEL, and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, OPERA ZHZOTTSIE BLOOK fivo-ncr- o -- WE ARE READY! -- fivo-ncr- PLANING MILLS! rr''l Men's, Boys' & Children's 1 CLOTHING! one-quar- ter nuo-quar- ABUNDANCE I al ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT! t( Hall'-Catarr- ARCHITECT, Correct Styles and Low Prices. BRUCE. wlEN & CO. .i J aa isiiii, ui i..fu'' 4vaMJss. v 55 Democratic Committee, for the 18tl.,r?ena lr3-Owen ha been rent to the An- torlal District, the democratic voters of Lincoln county are requested to meet en R. A, Johnatnn, who ha a position on matet at their precinct voting places on a railroad which Is being constructed In Saturday, May 12, '83, at 2 o'clock, r, M. Mtssinlppl, Is here on a brief visit, to relect delegates to the Convention to be Mr. Black, of this place, late of Ohio, held at Stanford, Ky., on the 22d day of is contemplating the purchase of the farm May following, to nominate a candidate of W. A. Hamilton, near McKinney. for the State Senate. Circuit Court adjourned Saturday. Th HihofJnly. The Committeeman of each precinct If case of Cojle for murder, was continued. Hon.Thos.il. Derrlckson, of Powell present, JUDGE THOMAS P. HILt JR. shall preside over the meeting, Ho applied for ball, but wa refused, county, Representative in the Isst Legltla and a majority of the voters present shall Mr. B. C. Neat wss Immersed Sunday tore, Is dead. Ills death was ranaed by determine the action of the meeting on all by Mr. Bailey, of the M. E Church which Tin: roault of tlio County Conven- hard drinking. questions which may come before It. congregation Mrs. Neat recently joined. Itradlattgh has been again repulred In tion on Saturday, in the race for gov The prertneti are entitled to delegate J. N. Brown brought another lot of hta efforts to secure a seat In Psrllmenl and ii m follow : ernor as follow: emigrants here this week, and they are .117 he has decided to visit his constituents and Crab Orchard-..- .. Initmcltd for Jones....,, 4 dtlefatei. now looking at various farms in this vi...Kd formally resign. Inilrncted for Knott ' 2 Walnut Fist cinity. ...108 Initructed for llnckner... " Wajnetburg.. 8 Joshua Giflbrd, aged seventy-seve. 72 ImtructM for Jacob. ., ,. Dr, Hopkins, formerly of Ohio, who 1 -- AT" has been found guilty of murdering his IllcliUnJ M InitrurlfO lor Owalcy, . " .S bought Mrs. (lllmore's place near town, Oswego, N. Y., and sentenced to bo Uuitonfllle... wife at IInlntru((eJ............ 3 . " Turncntllle... .. has sold to J. N. Brown, and will return Ptlegstee lot heard from.... 0 hanged June 22. Stanton), No. I..... .. .... S " to Ohio. 20 Elections rolpoiicJ...-...,- ... B. Pheby, business manager of 8liniord,No, J.. ..... ............ ft Tho. 4 To I decided In Bulllll connty ... A child of Major Keen was attacked For convenience it Is recommended that the Inyo Mining Co., of California, is In 7i( jail at New York for swindling the compa the two Stanford precincts meet in joint by a vicious cow a few day since, and Otn.l tot4l.. aays of the un ny out of $100,000. The Cbun'fT-Jounimas meeting at the Circuit Court room. pitched into the air a few feel, hut not dangeroualy hurt. By order of the Committee. initructed delegates there are conceded - FOlt Louisville has thirty public schools, Mr. John Intnan la about to tender W.G.Wr.mt, Ch'm. to Knott: Adair, G; Boyd, 2; Cald- taught by 370 teachers and attended by hi resignation as agent of the Adams Ex well, C; i?ranklin, 3; Floyd, 5; 1'ike.G; 13,822 pupils. Their annual cost of main, Lincoln tountf Gubernatorial Convention. press Co. here. A young man from Lex tenance is about $300,000. Warren C; total 32. To Jones: MerAt a dui meeting held at Stanford, Ky., Ington expects to take the place. Rule Davis, who Is Injall at St. Lou cer, 8; Lewis, G; 1 irom Boyd and 3 is, with Bert Wing, for the murder of Joe on tne oth ot May, for the purpose of se Mr. Brooks, a young gentleman of from Franklin: total, 17. Bucker: 3 Glenn, has been held as an accessory for lecting delegates to the State Convention to Lexington, has taken the agency of the be held In Louisville on the lGth of May, Adams Eipres Co. here. He and hia from Franklin and 6 from Warren; the action of the grand jury. for the various wife hava taken rooms at Mrs. Murphy's, to nominate candidate A contract has been made by the Erie total, 8. Owsley: 1 from Boyd. This Such ai Oliver Plows, Meikle and Avery Double Shovel, and the Sriakler State offices, the Convention was called to Mrs. John Crane, of Missouri, after an A North Shore Railway with St. Louis par e will give as certain for Knott on the Turning; and Single and Double Shovel and Harrow combined.' order by W G. Welch, Chairman of the absence of thirty year, Is visiting In the No farmer should be without it. first ballot, 208; for Jones, 204; for ties to carry 000,000 bushels of corn to Liv- County Committee, and after stating the county. Mrs. Robert Gibson Is convalescerpool, by Boston, at thirty cents. object of the meeting, it then proceeded to ing. Elmer Francis, of Stanford, was here Buckner, 110, and for Owsley, CG, Miss Alice Margurite King has brought Jacob remaining at 72. This looks suit for damages in the sum of $25,000 the election of a permanent Chairman, and Sunday and Monday. The niw Baptist church Is now com rather bad for Judge Owsley, but a sgalnst the Naikville Amtriedn for criticis- Hon. T. .srnon was ielected as such, and J. P. Bailey and T. R. Walton, Secre- pletcil ami ready lor use. It is a very ing some of her dramatic readings. d gentleman at Lancaster taries. neat and substantial brick building, and Wm. H. Vanderbllt retired on Friday shows wo are still in the ring as folThe Chair then appointed the following qui to an ornament. It will be dedicated from the Presidency of the New York lows: Committee on resolutions, R. C. Warren, the 1st Sunday in June. ItyvcJoioiAe Inltrlor Journal Central, the Lake Shore and Michigan Tho. Richards, G. P. Bright, C. II. RochAbe Wolf bought 11 liead of rattle Lancaster, My 7th. Prime adrice Central railroads, and left for Europe Satester, Isaac Shelby, Jr., and A. K. Denny. from H. C. Newell, a few days since, psy received here are that Judge Owsley will urday. Marsh T. Polk, of Ten- The Committee retired and afterwards re ing $S50. Their aversge weight was 1,300 have the following vote on the first ballot ported to the Convention a majority and pounds. He has also bought 100 hogs for ior governor: Adair, C; Boyd, 2; Boyle, C; nessee, not having made the increased bond minority report.- - It was moved that the delivery in June, at 0 cents. Breckenrldge, 1; Casey, C; Clinton, 2; Cum- to secure his appearance as required by Jowol Rango Cook Stovos, Stop Stoves, Tin Tho E. M, Porch has purchased the bene Judge Allen, has been again committed minority report be laid on tho table. Said berland, 3; Fayette, C; Garrard, B; Jackson, report is is follows . Cagos, Barbod waro, ry of B. C. Neat, He has something over Annoalod Wire, l;Jeamine, 4; Laurel, 3; Lawrence, 2; tojail. Resolretl. That the questions of nomina In an open prairie fight in Indian tions as they occur shall be settled by a XX) hens on the farm, and all the latest Salt, Cement, Flatter Farii. 4c. A general stock of Qrocirlw, 2; Lincoln, S; Madison, 10; MerLetcher, Lime, for of citizens and vote of the meeting so as to give each nom Improved scientific arrangements Wooden, China and Qlanware. cer, 8; Monroe, 3; Owaley, 1; Pulaikl, 7; Territory, between a po-hatching and propagating chickens. Kockcaitle, 3; Russell, 3; Warren, 1; three horse thieves, one of the latter was inee his strength as shown by the vote. The trial of Scott Gilpin, charged JktiMixtL I hat this meeting elect the Wayne, I; total S3. Uesldee this it is ex killed, another fatally wounded and the delegates to the State Convention. with Knkluxlng, set for Wednesday, was peeled that he will get several votes from other captured. And aftjrsouie debate for and against continued until next term, and his ball re Msj. Wesson, an armv paymaster, went the uninstructed delegations sufficient to to sleep in a car on the Texas and Pacific that report, a vote was taken which result duced to $100, which he gave, and is now make his total vote on first ballot no't less railroad, near Sweetwater, Texas, and ed In the tabling of it. The adoption of at liberty. Tho trial of Coyle for the mur than 125. the majority report was then moved which der of Lewis Owens, was set for Thursday Tho leading candidates in the oth wakedStip to find his valise containing was carried and is a follows : evening. $21,(00 missing. ! ankulluril !iap!,usU ind laordrr totrtmnirolotlkshnt 10J mt ror"1" umu er races are Hindman for Be it resolved by On democracv ! J.incija Sheriff will leave Tuesdsy morning Vsblclw, sod sltd In ordar lofniLloiuotopurrbwolaiutb rjutatlllM it lo olula tko ItriMt du. Redmon, the murderer of Secrest, at County counts snd IowmI rtf of frfljht, I bit nlibllthrU bnrtrb Waro Kuomt isd aetata at Hv'loatllla inmost mutiny attembltd: Pickett for Supt Public Ins.; Paris, who was acquitted last week, has for Frankfort, to take Frank Johnson and ur Lantnitrr and Blcbmond, and uaJrr tbli amnmenl, tin onr Iko Fanasti approve 1st. lhal Corbett for Register; Hardin for At' been admitted to bail of $1,000. The peo- Convention we meet in the call for a State Buck Merritt to the penitentiary, the for Louisville on the to Many Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. torney General and Hewitt for Au ple of Bourbon are very indignant about IGthday of Mar 1883. and we reaffirm our mer a negro, for chicken steallog, sentenc I tkefp xi htnJi at all limn at taj Mvml Watt Itfttini a Uryt clock of devotion to the distinctive and ancient ed to two yeais and the latter for murder, ilitor. the verdict of the jury. principles of the democratic party. sentenced to life imprisonment in the pen A white woman named Ellen Smith zou. we appoint u. A. Lacker. fli. u. Tnc Courier-Journdisplayed great itentlary. I. enterpriso in furnishing tho result of of Franklin county, gave birth to a negro Saufley. K.W. U. Welch. W. 8. Shelby. Jr.. Jamci Hall and Charley Beddow got Lynn, Geo. James Alford, R. II. child, and with the assistance of Ely Fry the primaries of last Saturday. For- the negro supposed to be its father, mur- Bronaugh and John S. Owsley, delegates into a row Saturday night, when the for to represent the Lincoln county democra mer drew a pistol, but Beddow took it from ty counties in the State have n6 tele- dered it and threw It Into a river. cy in said convention. If there should be They 'were taken before Judge graphic lacilities and messages had to Last night' IW say that the Blue- - any vacancies on the day of the conven- him. v ai jIV be carried as far as eighty-fivmiles gras Park Stable, near Georgetown, were tion a majority of the delegates present Paul, and after leaving the Court room A aflfllaa from such Lincoln quarreled again, and Hall and Wm, Cun-di- d may fill said vacancies f on horseback to reach a telegraph of fired by an incendiary yeiterday morning county democrats as may be present. If had a fight, the latter getting his head fice. Seventeen out of 117 counties and the stallions Thunderstorm and Lime- there be none such present, the tlelezale cut with a rock. stone and three colts and three fillies were In attendance shall cast the entire vote of held no convention, putting it off till bnrned. The killing of Davis by Hon. P. B. the county and such delegation is directed some other day, but every one of those Peter Tynan, John Walsh and P. J. in all question that may come before the Thompson, has been generally discussed Lincoln to cast that did was reported in the Sunday Sheridan, now in America, hare been in- convention a unit, a the vote ofofthe dele- here. Public opinion is divided some majority county as issue of that paper. Verily we live dicted for complicity in the Phoenix Park gates determining:, where not instructed, (mostly young men) endorse Mr. Thomp son's course, hut others, those of calmer murders in Dublin, Ireland, and it is re- how the vote shall be cast. in a fast age. 3rd. We cordially commend the private judgment, while they express regret, do ported that the U. S. Government ha convirtues and the public worth of our friend not endorse the killing. The NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. sented to extradite them. and neighbor, Judge M. H. Owsley, to the An effort is making in Madison to State Convention, and direct our delega- editorial of the Interior Journal has A steamer from Bremen landed 1,119 LAXCASTEtt ADTIET.UI.1TK. secure sufficient funds to erect a suitable tion to vote for hi nomination for Gover- been received very favorably. immigrants at Baltimore. Henry Aahurat was arrested Tuesday nor in said convention and to ue all honPrairie fires raging near Lincoln, Neb., monument in the Richmond Cemetery orable means to secure his nominstlon. B. P. WALTER, " on the charge of carrying concealed weap. ... .zreZTi.are sweeping away crops, farm houses, etc. over the remains of the Confederate sol4th. We express no preference in the ons and wounding with intent to kill. He LANCASTER, KY. Woik wis begun Friday on the Eada diers who lost their lives In the battle at other race for State officers, but leave their OEic of sr Cltlstni National Rink. Offics hours BtiRRlvs CarrlHgcM, Nprliig Wagon, Fariu Wagons, Log 1 lo action in those races to the ilucretion ot made an attack on a young man named from S to 12 A. u. ana ship railroad across the Isthmus of Tehn this place in 18C2. Register. r. u. Sears and threw an ax at him. Sears Col. Parker, Chief Inspector of the P. the delegates. antepec. SAM M. DUUDETT, 5th. The following democrats of Lincoln threw up his arm to his head just in time The steamer Africa, which left New O. Department, estimates that the Govern- county are recommended as the democratAt r.A.'W, to receive the blow and save his life. The LANCASTER. KY. York March 27 for Hamburg, is thought ment has been losing $1,000 a day by the ic County Committee for th ensuing year. stuck in hi arm, producing an ugly Will (nictlesln Darren nj aJJololoi rountlM operation of private letter offices, which J. P. Bailey, Chairman, T. 1). Newland, ax to be loit. (ISI-lrj wound. Ashurtt then drew a pistol, but ana Court of Appeals. The Danish Arctic expedition hat were raided in New York. There are sim- W. P. Walton, F. M. Yowell, J. M. Carter, Jr., J. J. Newland, Jno. Buchanan, An- Sears escaped out ot range of the pistol. II. C. KAUFFUAN, stsrted to Greenland for the purpose of ilar offices in operation in other large cities drew Henry and J. M. Johnston. ATTOIINEY A.t r.A."W. The democracy of Pulaski met Saturand the Government is determined to close exploring it. LANCASTER, KY. It was then moved and adopted that the day afternoon and initructed her delegatea Court Will d A Uaittr boy named Dan them without delay. proceedings of this meeting be published for Judge Owsley for Governor and Capt. prectic CommtMloticr Oarranl Circuitand sdjololn' In all lb Courts of Garrard Criit, of Grant county, hung himself with RELIGIOUS. in the Interior Journal, Vantille Adto J. R. Hindman for Lt. Governor. O. II. counties and In th Court of Appesli. a leathei strip. l. The meeting Waddle, W. C. Curd, 8. O. Cover, Robert Rev. E. II. Pearce, ot Versailles, who catc and U. M. DosoaTT. L. W. BusDKrr. Mrs. Burlison saturated he." clothing exchanged pulpits with Rev. H. C. Mor then adjourned. Gibson, J, II. Watson, 8. A. Newell, W. B. with kerosene at Uttca, N. Y., and burned Pettus, J. S. Kendrick, Robert Gilmore rison last Sunday, preached two excellent Republican Convention. herself to death. Bermons to crowded bouses; and in the af At a meeting of the republican party and Wm. Cheek were appointed delegates. The first two days of May there was ternoon made a very appropriate little held at the e in Stanford on Most of the delegatea are for Col. Jones for Now ownsnd ar running shipped 1 ,069,257 pounds of manufactured speech lefore the Women's Missionary So Monday, May 7th, for the purpose of ap- second choice for Governor. About forty tobacco from Louisville. ! ciety meeting. pointing delegates to the republican con- or fifty person composed the meeting, and THE OLD FLOYD MILL The steamer, Fannie Freese, valued at there was considerable discussion between OnDIi River, 6J nilh-- from Danflll and S! lUllrosd Carta, Rrspcra, Mocri, 111' !Ukn, llr.ln Drllli, Uruadrul Btodtrt, Hulk Itirrowi lulksr The meeting at the Methodist church vention to bs held in Lexington ou $10,000, sunk in teveu feet of water in the riw,Wilkloand Uldlng Culllfiton, Corn prills, Ooru llanttra, rtd ColUn.Curn k.n.,.' inllta closed Friday night with two addition- sMay 23J, Wm. Garnttt wa ap- the friends of Hindman and those of A. Hill from VrjanUTllls. Tboj hits put into lbs era' Bolhrt, and uanj other Usui. Ohio near Madison, Ind. one by letter and one by confession. Mr. pointed Chairman and G. H. McKinney B. Smith, for Lt. Governor. An effort The Grand Army of the Republic's ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS PolIItt was very much liked here and his Secretary. Col. J. W. Weatherford, Tim was made to inatruct for other offices, but "Concert of War Songs," at Boston, was For miking: tb best Talent Flour, but sro matin congregations at night were large and at' Lynn, Harvey Minx, Geo. W. Craig and all the motions failed. A number of uoining oui in pur oiriiini nour, wnicn nil attended by. 10,000 people. Knott's friends were present, but a they all Ibosltuonlaof Ibowbutlnltsndiroundoul tenllve. He left for his home in Mason Geo. Davison were appointed a committee The DesMoInes, Iowa, saloons have-br wiUr: the make their Flour from pursioun county Saturday morning. on resolutions, who retired and after a short had not a leading vpeaker they kept quiet, wbcil- - no sltTitori. Tr tbslr Flour, closed rather than pay the $1,000 license (Iv-t- l The College of Bishops of the M. E. consultation returned the following, which but expressed dissatisfaction when they for wl st the froccrlts la Bun fur J. levied by the City Council. found the status of the delegatea for lecond Church, South, met in Nashville and made were unanimously adopted: . The average attendance at the Cincinthe following assignment for visitation of Resolved, 1st. That we approve the call, choice. nati Opera Festival was nearly 6,000, and foreign missions: China, Bishop McTyere; log of the Republican State Convention M 1 the gross receipts about $85,000. safliOi a t jff b Jii ? w im t vm' Mexican, Bishop Meener; Brazilian, Bishop which convenes in Lexington Wednesday, It is reported from Cairo, Egypt, that Granberry, The Bishops accepted the May 23d. 2nd. That we demand a more uniform Kl Mahdl, the Fake Prophet, and COO of trust named in the will of the late Mrs. At- school system of the State, and especially DEPARTMENT. his followers were killed in a recent battle. kinson, of Memphis, about $00,000 of demand that her teachers be paid more It is nowsald that theStarRoute trials which they are to administer for the bene promptly and that wo condemn the unjuat ItOIIX. 11. "WJ3QT, XMltor. discrimination made against the children will be over by the 4th of July whether fit all kinds of KntoM,Bw Ullla, Tbrwklof Us IiinalMirtrdioiuruiihrlcriaudNtlu.atiof of the theological department of Van of the State and that we also condemn the LANCASTER. ninw nutitn, ninu hiiii, nori rowrri, sua venous otner klodiol loasilnsry. of this year or in other year is not stated. derbllt University. democratic party for its mismanagement of The telegraph office ha been changed John Lee, colored, at Gainesville, Fla., We have received a copy of Rev. Geo. said common school system, and of the I'srtlea In want of an goods lu Una will from the passenger to the freight depot, so Kolt. Butter, at Columbia, La., and D.F. State affairs generally. O. Barnes' sermon edited by Rev. Geo. W. loos notliloK by seeln m Utor purtbailn. 3rd. That we demand a new State Con that the agent may be near bis general Walker, at Trenton, Ga., were hanged Gnenwood, entitled "God's Love Story." stitution in the name of the people and work. Friday. They have been carefully prepared from modern civilization. The wool buyer are still bus;. Twenty-fThe New York Assembly has passed a 4th. That we adhere to the principle of ire full stenographto report and to those facents i tbe highest price offered. bill prohibiting free passes being granted miliar with Mr, Barnes' style of oratory the republican party, and President Ar- Quite a number of fleece hare been clip which all except railroad employes and to any one thur's administration through and subject matter their perusal will give psd and dellrtred. officers. men are guaranteed free speech, a fair balpleasure second only to that of hearing him lot and an honest count. The imoko stack of tbe engine at Geo. The Societies of the Arair of the volpreach. The book i a neatly-boun- d 6th. That as our counlytuaii. lion. A. Denny A Co.' mill, which fell down soms James and Army of the Potomac will conume of 3G4 pages and contains 10 of his M. Swopc, having declined to accept the day ago, ha been replaced by a my saaiTflaaashipasaaj warapwjeyKssjl solidate at Washington at the reunion, best sermons. Price of single copy $1,50; nomination, we inatruct our delegates to strong and durable one. tttiia nwaw May 1G. their vote for Hon. Thos. .. Morrow on receipt of price. To any cutGovernor a lomr as hi name u before sent Mr. Jame N. Denny sold to lS'lion for A Warrrn-stree- t car manufacturer in KilatuiiM flug Tuolli Harrow Joint-nai- . yearly subscriber of the Intkbiok the Convention, and that we appoint the Perkins a pair of yearling ware mules for Atlanta Is wearing the same bearer hat I alao Inn ll llraliianl rtvodiol all klu.li; aim we will send the book for $1 or paper following delegate: W.IC Dillion, Wm. $300. This U the highest price we hare which hu adorned his cranium for twenty-fiv- e and book for $3 60. Addrew W. P. Wal- Garnett, Charles Butcher, J. J. Drye, J. 11. Hay sud Wiwl. heard of being paid for yearlings. years. Mlnr, John Armstrong, Richard Rill', 1. ton, Stanford. We understand that Mr. John Flu NollD Sulk. How J. O'Hair, It E. Barrow, G. W. Gentry, Oat of 100 nrgro uieu In Okllbbena who recently sold bit farm on the who were asked who was Agreement Between Messrs. Hansford anil Brent Hays, Tiro Lynn, Jame Hammonds, mil. 'li county, Miss, Rianey. Craig Jackman. G II McKinney, Georgo Stanford pike, expects to more to town President of the United States, not one Davison, Joe Reld, Major Reynold. Dr. and go into business. We bare not learn I.HHCH(er Ht the Whereas some doubt Is entertained 8. Young, II. P. Young, could tell. II. L. Barber. 0 to how the vote I to be taken on (Satur.Ur.!.N A WILLIAMS, ed the kind of business, Seven thousand people witnessed the day next and In order to remove all Alex. UastIn,HarrIsonbtewart,Jas.bhanks, In allotting the delegate from this George Craig, Col, J. W Weatherford, Jor. UiDi(ti! UuitosillU Dspot of the horse vs. bicycle race at "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," close doubt and have the (election of delegate don Hldglni. Ellas Hnltzclaw, John L, county to the Conrentlon to nominate a The score was, horse 02J , bicycles uniform, it agreed by the undersigned Bosley, Win, Cummins, Fouataine Owsley, candidate for State Senator, those who 899 miles. WITI1KHN, candidate for the Stnate in the 18th dis to cast the vote of Lincoln county In the mad the allotment, a given in last week's LANCAHTKH, KY. Mrs. Gaines' judgment against the trlct that each precinct having a majority said convention. Uuiiar Uneattir Dsiwt; Oth. That the editor of the Interior Advocate only allowed Ibe Uryaulaville pre been confirmed, city pf 'w OrleaM has of the vote cast on Saturday next shall b Journal and Vnntdle lUbune b request cinct three rote. This precinct cast -- 01 intsrest added. It will sweuut to entitled to a full instruction of delegate ed to uubliab the fnreeolnir proceeding. Totes for Illackburn for Governor and I with It. II. WEAHKN, The convention then adjourned. F. D. Riojiey, $1,925,C7. from said precinct. therefore entitled to fire delegate instead WM. UAHNETT, U101. W. O. IUsokd. May 7th. Notice lis been served on (Urn J'laotir.J Propiistoia. of three, counting on delegate for each CO Secy, G. II. McKinney, Danville Adtocatt please copy. Kellogg' counsel to appear within ten 'St dare to.nlead to the Indictment. It is $nf thought the trial will be set for an early day and he pushed to a speedy termini. linn. Nearly the whole of Union City, Ind, has been destroyed by fire. Loss, $2'0,-00May 8, 1883 Tuesday Moraing, Thirty houses In Tullahoma, Tenn , burned. EBITORl W, . WALTON, The rrmiblicana of Iowa have fixed June 27 as the dsy for holding their Stat DEMOCRATIC NOVIINKK FOR nEFRE.SF.NT-ATIVE- , convention, and those of Pennsylvania, mi-Met- enirnnl icy. ' Attention, Democrats. Tn..i.nl Ia .1t.ttAi. nffliW MILASKI COUNT VvMtJlt h rliorage-Aajlum- Stmtrttt. sa?A3r3roiaa3, -- 0, n ........- -71 ....... .. .......... .,.. ..,... ..... .... well-poste- i e e f- e-j well-lim- ed vote cast for niackrmrn. TioM havlwg the authority should make ft, Is correcx tion. Miss Mary Morrow, Personal, daughter of Judge T. Z, Morrow, W Somerset, ha been spending a few day with McUan, of relative In this place. Mr. Nashville, father of our countymsn, Mr. Rice McLean, is In the county on a visit. Judge M, H. Owsley returned horns last night. H is still hopeful of the result of his canvass, as are his friends at this place. Judge Gto. Denny and Mr. K. H.Tomlin. eon returned from Loulevlll yesterday. The democrat of this count f aasetn-bleSaturday, at 2 o'clock r. m. In th up for the purper room of the pose of selecting delegates to the Stat Convention to be held at Louisville th 10th Inst. There wa a large crowd present and all heartily endorsed Judge M. H. Owsley, for Governor. No further were given. The Chairman of the County Committee beiog abwnt Mr, 11. F. Hudion called the meeting to crde r. It. C. Kauflinan was elected permanent Chairman and W. A. Burnaide and R. It. West Secretaries. On motion a committee of four ronaittlng of' John W. Miller, George A. Feathers, Thomas Anderson and Jones L Adams, was appointed to draft resolu tions, appoint Delegates, Ac, who reported the following, which was unanimously adopted l Jletolteil 6j the Democrat tf Gatrfird Chun y in Convention ananbled . 1st. We reaffirm our faith In. and dero tlon to the principles of the Democratic party as enunciated In the National plat' form adopted at Cincinnati In 1SS0. 2nd. We approve th action of the Slate Central Committee in calling a Convention to meet at Louisville on the ICtb day of May 1883, to nominate Democratic candid ate for the various Stste office to be tilled at the next August election, and w ap point the following delegates to said Convention: J. Wade Walker, John M. Thomas Dunn, It H.Tomlin son, 11. C. Kauflman, C W Sweeney, John W. Miller. Wm. E. Walker, Sam M. Bur dett and W. S. Miller. Th followlng.are appointed alternate : Jame Herring, W. L. Kavanaufh. John W. Poor, Joe Itobin son, Joseph Simpson, T. A. Klkln, V. O. Anderson, John Arnold, George D. Burden and Jame II Brown. Any vacancy In the delegation ehall be filled by an election to be held by the remaining delegate a majority to control from the Hat of alternates. 3rd. We commend to the Democracy of the State our distinguished man, Judge M. 11. Owaley, in whos ability and integrity we bavethe utmost confidence. We point with pride to his official record durl.ig twenty years of public life; to hi superior qualitle as a private cill ten, his nobility of mlnd and heart, his generosity, his firmness, hi. Integrity, and his agreeable social qualities which endear him to all that know' him. We present him to the Democrats of the Stale as a man suitable In every way to be nominated for the high office of Governor. His Democracy is of the very purest type, though it is liberal and progressive. He f a splendid representative of the young Democracy, and If elected Governor, as be would be If nominated, be will ably preside over theaflairs of the State during her march into th new era of progres ind reform that is now dawning before her. Our delegate beftre named are Instructed to present hia name to the Louiavill Convention lor th office of Governor, to vote for him for that office aa long aa hi name I before th Convention, and to use all honorable means to secure his nomination. Ith. Our delegates to said Convention are otherwise uninatrucled except that they will vols aa a unit on all questions coming before the Convention. 5th. The Interior Journal, Ktntudy l, and other demoAdeocate, cratic paper in the State are requested to publish these proceedings. On motion the Convention adjourned. d Court-Home fellow-county Cnirier-Journa- H. C. - RUPLEY, MKKC1I.11VT TA1XOK, Stanford, Kentucky, HEADQUARTERS W. H. HIGGINS Farming Implements, one-hon- P Sholf Hardware, Iron, Spokes, Horso Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking Valley Corn Shellers, Evans9 Corn Drills, Hand Corn And tho cst Pump in Tho Market, tho Mayilold Elcvntor. imrivalod and Bird Planters, ATTEI11N, FMEfisT '! I HUIIOKOIV DENTIHT, -- Wagou y ! twelve-year-ol- Courier-Journa- I. W. Burdett s & Co. Cqurt-IIoui- Wd-nesda- r... , -- f try-ur- Garrard County Xjandreth's if- 1 "i it, Seeds 111 In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of xl' jvsawt itsslrjfVen aSWvxl port-pai- d FURNITURE lt rt7Jel'WEijiittiVLJr ilaasjajjAjfepLnylSEl "uv:i J. GEORGE D. WEAKEN, Stanford. Bos-to- 1 vSllaVSinPPV GEO.D.BUIIDETT&CO., T. 9 mMHttftljInlenurloamd dTANTORD, 3CY. Tnesdaj MoraiaVfj, - - May 8, 1883 . If. 0. Bright'. NtcwutjlMlnfinefiir Halt l Robl. i.ylla'. t Fmrida OjUNnra 8, New line of of India linen, dotted and fill line of Swi-- a embrolderie EdmlntonA Owaley'. mim-Un- a B0TLE C0UNTT. IUTT ADUHTI.KIITH. at Bantlll. Physicians report a few case of typhoid faver, chiefly among ne TO THE W public? , 2 ' I Sf - Colt. .. . . Tnt colorol folk here gave r I jiraiRK to buy 225 chestnut telephone Frldiy and Saturday night lal for the and his elder brother, Mr. Shtlton Jett, DB8CRIPTI0N AND rF.OIORKF Data ll tPXTBXiiailBID. , 2 DO f.x, poln, delivered atflunford. Geo. D. Wear. purpone of reining money to erect a new will h. a years old IhslOtbofMsy, IS hands I Inch, blood bay with heavy mans snd tall and will en. who I quite III. Mr. Eugene Lee and AccommoMlon, Ballf tictpl Sunday. school building, and roallted $24 C5. anak. when fully dsrrloped maimincent boras. 8linfcr4 going North Bleed be TelMTim: bs br frank Wollord: h l.r ... ,. 24 i. u. wile and Mis Jennie Lee returned from I'rmii line black and colored tllk and I will dallver Ice stsry taoinlnt Booth Tslcgrsph. (who waa a brother to Ithan Allen M r. w. Three serious objections to L. W, Bur- and ptockbrl Hale hoee, for ladle and inlsse umi of Bridgeport, Vt.hly Sherman snd he at Edtnls-Io- n dell ACV flour: 1st, Landladie ssy the Cincinnati on Saturday, where they had AT ONK CENT PJEIt POUND, Hawk, been attending tbe Dramatic Festival. LOCAL NOTICES. A Owaley'. Talegram'a tin The Ooipel According to St. Ruth, ny in. original J Jr.; Mortan.br Wlilpp; ad nam breatl I so good that the boarder eat loo by Boyd MeNary, d dam dam Rev. A, J. Brady, pastor of St. Paul's As lone sa my ptMnt Hock Ititf. After that, Hoy 1'aikw of Penny A MeAlklcr. Don't forget that you can buy good In much. 2J, The bosrderasay Ilmakea them church, will sail for Europe about the 1st let aa low sa I ran afford. Accounts dus stUks To wblth landded sa i pMliloa of Ih Lord's by Watt, Data Yin.lel'i dam Is a So. combine. I lb mar from Woodford county and ol unknown pedclots of rich month. Vnmsa Tacltla at MctloWrU A Huge quantity cheaper from lia than any house too fit, 3J, Yeast Prsyer, and other strmona. igree now but I will be able to get ll In a abort powder men say It Is of June, to be absent about six months. HlsnforJ,Msr7. H. K. BAHROW. Nice stojk of Mrth.hy en J at 1'ennv A In town. II. C. llrlght. lira.. ruining their trade because It risea without Father Brady his been In America ten McAllster'a, R. H. CROW, Stanford, Ky. BY GEORGE 0. BARNES, MAJ. P. D. IUGNEY, Ik you want to buy Dry (loods, Carpet, any yeast whatever, Htandabii ready mixed painta at yeirs, three of which have been spent lo la a candidate lor "MOUNTAIN KVANOKI.IST." A HU(tg. Hate or Shoe, do not fall to call at Kobt. Mn. John O. Lynn I making an effort Danville, where he Is much beloved by Of Csssy,sulijeel to ths sctlonStats lbSenator, lllh Dlitrlct, of democrstlo All the color of Diamond Dre at Mc S. Lylle'a and aee hi stock. to build a school-housat the junction of his congregation and by many persons out- - parly. EDITED DT GEO. W. (1REENWOOD. . W.W mmk V, Ihe land of Jno. M. Hall, A. M. Pence aide or hia church. All wish him a pleasWill makolhapreMnt aea- Jo. I A AS Hop Cholera Cure. 1'ennr lotJ. W. Hayiikn ha received a nice ntw and J, I'm Lynn and ha already secured ant visit lo the home of his youth and a LUMBER OF aon at my alal lit., on th. pp., Cletfc. of Spring Clothing. Hudn'i yon belter KINDS. Price, 8I.no-- nt A MeAlliler tola agent, old Dan till MIke, 4 mile. subscription to tbe amount of about $250, safe return. Landm-tfrom Lanesiter, st MU, CluUofllor biors It pr copy, or rurnlsh.4 Garden Heed, In bulk and go and get a bargain of him T The democracy of Boyle county as Description fancy Boy la with Till iRTSRina Joitiral st 11. Hnt eosl- which is snfliclent to build a neat and com In papers, at Pcnnr A MeAlliler'. CoMK andaee the "Oolden Star" the Ant DOS wlthlnff to Knv Lumlatr tit tmtlnr. paid by amsbogmy bay 7 yeara WALTON, ir. 1. on Saturday ftnclof or an pnrpo9en mt raony by galliot fortable houae, a those who have subscrib sembled at tbe Court-Hou- se old thla (prlng, SJ hands Watch w, Clocks and Jewetrv repaired cheapen and bent coal oil cook j Stanford, Ky. I.Mf of our mill oo tho Humbtr farm, about two Move In ed money have also agreed nign, ilred ny lot ram'e and warranted bj Penny A MeAlliler. lo assist In at 2 o'clock r. M. and were called to order lt tu it Fancy Boy and he br the Him uuui vid ircoiru Csbbl. borae.ind haa pro. hauling Ihe lumber. The district In which by W.J. Lyle, Kq., Ch'ra. of the County Orr jour Boda Water, Ice cold and the market, at A. Owaley A Hon'. III KELVIN CO. sn hlmaeif toli. good breeder. I will also alan.l pure, from the new fountain of Penny A Jt'irr In. A new ItneofOlaasand China, thit house I to be built will be cut oil the Committee, who atated tbe object or the ware, consisting of some haodaome tea, din' Richmond Junction district, and will be meeting to be the selection of delegates to ATTENTION. LADIES ! J. T. Hauius sells Ice Cream at 10 ceota done on account of the bad location of the the State Convention at Louisville on the a aaacer with freah cake baked avery day. ner and chamber el. II. C. Bright. Taiituar DaraaTMXxT, IEECIIF.r'b yeara old August 20, ISM I6'i hands Orrica or Conmouii or th Curiisct, present t. which u situated in ICth Inst. Permanent organization was round at Laat-Wuif ii ii. i..... -- - ..i iiou luacuj. iiH If b. half brother to 1'rlnca. will .. Mads East! nan at m Cam, and examine my stock of FurniWaihimotok, Aria;, IMS. effected by the election or W. L. Caldwell, tolneursa colt fonrmontba old. Jill 11)11- one corner of it. try thine served In the bent atyle and keep r Tin lacs, a repttble houae for ladlca and gentlemen ture, Ac; it is now full and complete, and Wiiisias, By aaltafwtory atldenc presented to ai.n,uirKiron aray fneurea14;; bands and will and Alex. Anderson, Sec'y. On Hew American Washing Machine colt four months old. The (rial of Hon. Phil II. Thompson, Chm., th. underalrntd, It has been mad. to appear that serfs nures st $H to price are lower than ever. B. K. Wearen. and wanta no olhera. All trad.d motion the Chair appointed Messrs. J. W. Ih. National Bank of liiutontlll., la lb. town of feits msreaseason. before ths fact la ascertained forFor atl by the Jr., lis been set for Ths .progeny of si I ths abovs but AM Kit K. CltOW, Huatonvlll., In ths county of Lincoln snd Out. of IM-- t Rob't Harding, Nicholas McDurham, Jerso'naT. Bn.na Vista, (larnrd County, Ky. Kentucky, baa compiled with all tba provlilons of stock will he responilbl lor ths season. rLaitt Sunday wis the dsy for one of the Shuck say he will not be ' WM.11URBLK, in. noTiieu oiaiuTts oi in. unusa ouics rsquirea Rk'y. It, If.CAl.uwiM. hat our thank total solsr eclipse of the year, but we saw ready. It U said that when Ihe trial doea Dowell, J. M. Meyer and Wm. Duke, a to d. romplld with before- sn uaoclaUon ahall bs committee to prepare resolutions expresSutherland to lommsoc th. business ot banklag, nothing of It, tbe line of totality having come olT that there will be such an array for ItTOM. Now, therefore, I, John J. Knox, sive of the sense of tbe Convention. The Mim Iju Dinwidmc Ii visiting old wen entirely in the Pacific ocean. of talent as has not been seen on a similar thsCurrsnc, do certify that ths nacommittee after consultation reported the tional Bank of HuiIoqtIIIs, In th. town ot friend her. occasion In many n day. Hon. D. W. MRS. KATE DVDDERAIl, In In. county of Lincoln and 8UU of W'r. received a rejiort of the proceedings following, Kentucky, la au tborlid to comm.nc th. bualseaa Mb. DANQAhnARnl out again afier Lancaster itrett, Stanford, Ky., asddl Toll of Whitley county democracy but are too Vorbees, of Indiana; Hon. J. C. S.Blackof banking, aa authorized In (lection S.1C9 ol lbs llttdctd. 1st. That we approve of the Jiorsa will atand the pretejiell of sickness, a burn, of Woodford; General I). W. Lind- call or the Democratic Stale Central Com Has on band and la dally rtreltlng a n.w and ItsTlaed HUtntes of th. United 8tats. erit Mason 11 mj stsM st crowded to give It space in this issue. They In teatlmoor whereof, witness mr band snd iMtutlfal line ol Mllllo.ry Hoods of every descripua lime wss sired Mm. J. D. Owe ha been very sick Icslructed walofoflc, thla 7th day of April, IMJ. for Jacob first and Owsley sec- say, of Frankfort; Col. H. P. Jacobs, of mittee for a Slate Convention lo select can tion, which ah. will sell at th. lowest f Stonewall laekaon; dam with flur, but I better now. didates to fill the varloua State officers to mars In. Thankful tot Mat Mtronue. ah. aaka s Belachauar: gramlsiu by ond for Oovernor, and for HIndman for Lt. Danville; Thomas C. Bell and John Chas. oontlniuace, knowing that at. can pins, th most JOHN J. KSOX, Frsnk. Mn. Wm. It William, of Huston-vlll131.2m liatldlous. Comptroller of ths Currency. Thompson, of Harrodtburg, and others be voted for at the August election. t loverno;. N'o other Instructions. 2nd. That whereas Hon. M. II. Owaley No. 2,917. airs. Mollis Mysrs e an b. found, ss usual, st called to aee u yesterday. ill be attorney for Thompson. Able was educated In Boyle county, and where bead of th. Mantua Making Department, readylb to THREE JACKSI -- Mn. Will Hays I 1 Inoor leport of the first dsy deposit counsel will also be employed for tba pros- as he haabeen closely identified with the err. uaua woo may call on o.r. ld to be belter of the National Bink of Hustonvllle In ecution but name have not yet been given. people of this county for the list twenty than he hia been foraome time. At asms pises, I w til stsnd three Jacks. AMEEIOAN- Mimis Mollis and Ella Pejton, of our last Issue, the amount, which ahould The defendant is very anxious for an early years, having served them for twelve yeara as have been $8.14.1, waschimred.hv the slip trial, and it a postponement If made to or Com'lhs. Ally, and eight year aa Judge Hustonvllle, were here yesterday. the Circuit Court and whereaa be has Th. fin. partnership Jack.w 111 sere, mares at at ill: Mr. William returned Satur- ping out of the figure three to $8,14. Thls.of day, hia counsel will endeavor to have it always been true and faithful In tbe disIMfor lark colt and 110 for ( Jennet. course, wa entirely unintentional, and not commence next week. charge of every trust it U therefore reday from a liuslnes trip to Louisville. ' lo ai If at Of IContuoIcy. 5',!"',"atZk weiolog time. J"6 mare la solved that we the democrats of Boyle Mr. L. F. Ilunni.r returned from Ml. an attempt at a Joke aaaomeaeem to think. traded or removed before fosllng time, tbe Insnr-snUpon solicitation I bs,. accepted th. agency for county are for M. H. Owaley for the oluce Is forfeited snd sesaun uuit In promptly setMARRIAGES. Vernon Saturday where he had been on We are very sorry the mistake occurred. tled. When grew laeuffltlent I will keepmarea of Governor of the State of Kentucky, Lincoln and tlarrsrd counties ol Ibis moat perfectly reliable InatltuUon, tb. law weeka st 11.30 and Jenn.ta st Mr Walter G. Kdrnlslon, or Crab Or- first, last, and all the time, and the dele- object of and A.M. A. Society being per month; to Utl builne. the "to prorld. b. pM when stock Is isken out. tlThe rolls beld The members of the Baptist church held chard, and Mis Fannie Logan, daughter gates from Boyle county are Instructed to financial aid to tb. wldowa. orphana. belra. legs bound.for tbeieaaon, but my cuttomers.wllh very Mm. Mot.ur. Ixoium, of Louisville, another tee and aaslgo. meeting Saturday evening in re of Jaroen Logan, or No on. ?. or that lien, Py me promptly without the ben-"wPv.ons. this vicinity, will be cast her alz vote for said Owsley In Ihe should hesitate of Its dtcesaed members." U will I visiting the family of her father, Mr. to eeeura membcrablp. frempt personal attention will bs tard to building a new house, but is only married to day at Mr. Logan'. State Convention which convenes en May afford ui. pleuur. to git. full Inlormatlon to tboa. given to tb. sccommod stloo snd Interest of m y naItaac Hamilton. desiring It and circulars abowlng tb object ol tb. trons, but not liable lor accldenta. ICth, and to use honorable meana in a small crowd waa present, they adjourned Mis Flora D. Thurmond, daughter ot their power Bocla ly, names of tb . offlrara, Ac April 6, IIS3. Mias Nannie Dunn, of the College, to meet next Saturday I.EVI HDlini.K at 11 o'clock. The Mr. J. L. Thurmond, formerly of this coun- aaid office. to secure hia nomination for C Ml. HOVIIBHTKB. ! pent Saturday and Snnday with her pa- amount subscribed date la manford, Ky. I0 to about $2,100. ty, but now of Ash Grove, Mo., was mar3rd. That Dr. M. D. Loiran, W. W. rent at Klehinond, Tbouaanda of grave, ar. Mr. Itarrow announced at 8unday.achool Hubert McGoodwin. Webb, - 86.212,737 81 annually robbed of tbelr American Aneti, -- Mm, C. II. KociiEiTKU and MI Let-ti- e Sunday that, as their benches had been ried on the 2d to Mr. George K. Comegys, Georee R. L. Salter, Chas. C. Fox and all llocker and victims, lives prolongsd, of that plice. went to Lexington Friday to visit Mr. old to the colored bapplncaa and health re- Losiei paid in 31 yean other good democrats In Boyle county are Iltnli.U here, they This Una Norman Stalstored by us. of the great The marriage of Mlaa Maggie M. appointed delegates lo represent said counlion will make lbs present 3. Lantlng Burrow. $31,000,000.00 in U. S. exceed would hold all services In the e Crow, the lovable daughter of our honored ty and cast her vote In the State Conven- GERMAN aeasonat8.I1. Baughman's Mr. John (Irkcn, of Klliott atable, 1 mils from Stanuntil further notice. clliaeo, Mr. James M. Crow, lo Mr. W. M. tion. ford, at Which poil tie sly and permanently cure. Jmpo Solid, Prompt and Honorable. Pari tut, Kirasvllle, spent Saturday and Hun. The fellow who Mr. James R. Marra and Hon. M. J. teneu, (caused by excesses of any kind,) Stmt' vr iinoui uu aava aucouau wAriZr losses shot that "boom" last McAfee, of Oak Grove, Mo., will occur torim day with hi parent here. dlsesMs that ttal IVrakne.tm. snd alllow of energy,follow $15 to Insure Durham each offered an amendment to Ihe sequence of ss loaaol Mia Xannik Slavih, of Paint I.Ick, Fridsy night would adorn a rock pile first- - morrow at Mr. Crow's residence at 10 a. m memory, uolveraal lassitude, pain tin back, rate. We have the namea of five vounir The couple will leave on tbe afternoon report of the committee. The first in ef- dlmnesaofvlalon. premature ok! aee.In snd manr Does the Leading American Businesa. Colt. returned borne Saturday from a visit to relfect that the Boyle county delegate be In- other dlaeaaea that load to conaumptlon and pre- men who are auspected and against whom train for their future home in Missouri. Policies written by ative at Crab Orchard. grave, mm ocna lor circuiare wiin structed to vote for Capt. J. R. HIndman, msiura fre. by mall. Th. 1NVIOOHATOK Mr W. M. ToTrur and daughter, MIm there ia pretty strong evidence, tho' not by all boxes DEATHS JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent ABBALLAH MESSENGER! of Adair, for Lt. Governor. The 2nd. that Is sold at ft par box, or six fre. by for 13, securely druggists, or will bo sent mall, Clyde, of Lowell, hare been visiting Mr. J. enough yet to justify ao arrest, but our led, on receipt tl price, by addreaalng Mra. Annie Menefee, who lived near they be instructed to vote for P. W. Har I working the matter up. Marshal The UIX OTHER rsn- 3 COMPANIES L. Totlen, of this vicinity. Tbla Combined Bullion will make ih. ,...... T. m, UJ1KAKX, Rush Branch church, died Thursday din, of Mercer, for Attorney General. Both 113 Adama atreet, Toledo, Ohio. resented st tb.aam. agency. Bates reasonable. season it J. K. Bsuihmsn's suhlr. i. mil.'. r... Til r. editor U still tick and uflcr In- things are very dangerous. The ground "" Bole agent for tb. United States. ' 141- llustonrllle. st for fifteen or twenty yard around the one night of paralysis, aged 81 years. She had amendments were lost after discussion by tensely from what the doctor pronounce Messrs. M. J. Durham, R, Harding, A. G. been blind for two yean and been confin fired tbe other night wa covered with ia.50 TO INSURE A COW. aa Inflammation of the loner ear. ed to her bed with the above disease for Talbott and R. P. Jacob, all the speaker At aameplare, will also stsnd Mr. 0. M. Davison I here to lake the burning cord, some of which wa thrown over a year. She was a consilient member expressing the kindest views however con. place of Judge J. A Lylle at Traylor'e dii. on top tbe houses around. It I no doubt TWO GOOD of the Chrl'tian Church, which she joined cerning the gentlemen named in the fun for the boys, but might be death to tlllerr while he I absent on a trip to Kan- CO year ago. Rev. H. C. Morrison preach One at 110 and the other at $8 lo Inaure a colt. amendments. The resolutions aa reported projierly owners. iw-iUAIIUIIMAN IIKON. ed her funeral Fridar and her body wa by the committee were then passed, when Mu. Oro. W. Wiwos, of Washington, I the result of tbe elections burying-grounadjourned. the convention interred in the family Tenn la with hi brother, Dr. J. J. Wil- beld by the varloua turnpike companies of son. We hear that he intends locating GLENCOE! the county on LAND. STOCK AND CROP. and Saturday last for AJrerttiment. ncre. Hemp I quoted firm In Lexington at EJUor Interior Juvnul: Mr. H. A. IIinqaman of the Cedar officers for the enruing year: Knob Lick-- It. Mr Combined StaJlloo.wlll My father tiled Oct. 28, 1875, leaving 7 W. Glvens, Pre., John Pulliam, Treas. $5. Creek neighborhood, ie dangerously III aland th. present aeaaou at The Louisville trotting race begin to- beire; James, Kliiabeth, John, David, Maand old board of trustee. Stinfoid A mr (Successors to Chenault, Severance & Go with dropsy of the heart She was some th. Hustonvllle-Jo- hn ry, Mallnda and inyielf. lie left an estate Cash, Pres. and Treas., day. iiuaunviu. and Llbsrlr bttter yesterday. The proprietors of the Lincoln Mill consisting of 1C0 acrea of land, valued at John 0. Neil, Secy , and old board. StanYrs&zm Jaw road at Mr. J. A. CARrrNTER, from the " want to buy wheat. $2,000; 7 milk cows, four horses and about Have just received an elegant stock of W. Weathford, 810 TO INSURE Bardttown Junction office, formerly of ford A Mllledgville-- J. A.T.Nunnelley soldto J. II. Bruce Prea. and Tress , D. McKittrlck, Secy., and $8,000 derived from a pension of JOG per A COI1, Bovle county, arrived yesterday to take 18 scrub steers st $32 50. year since the year 1812; also the amount llon.rdu. when th. colt Is fosled. Trading; the lhaplaceof Mr. F. J. Anthour, who will old bond. Stanford A Halls Gsp- -J. E Jno. Duncan, of Wayne county, sold msra forfeits lb. Insurance and uaaea ths season of $400 which my mother hadaaved, which leave in a day or two to take charge of the Lynn, Pie., D. W. Vandlveer, Secy., and to M. J. Farris 0 du. Lien rstslsed on th. colt till season la paid cattle at it ia claimed by James was all spent In Abdallah Ulenco. la .beautiful browo, ofn. old board. Turneraville, McKinney Bla her I, A N. office at Bhelbyville. $17.60. bona and iniiacl. snd It s natural aaddl. horse; haaA burial aptnttt Being absent from home lion A Coffey' Mill-- Dr. Clifton Fowler, trotted on a lu 2:44 UiUiaaVId. R. B. A K. P. Wood sold to Geo. W onlr two montha' hanJlinlTII.ua produeM saV LOCAL MATTERS. during 25 yeara past and in reduced cir Prea , D. S. Jones, Tress , A. B. McKinney, of tbaHnsat horaes In lhsMUtifa htfatTp Allord 28 fat hog for delivery this week cent, of extra walkers than any nana cumstances, I am forced to state that I Bio stock of Bird Cage at II.C. Bright'. Secy., and oil board. Hanging Fork A at OJc. was aireu uj JO. r.imo, ne oj Alexander s dialal-lahart ntrer rteeiitd one dollar from the estate, Green RIver-- J. W. Given, Pre., J. B. be br Uambletonlan; Jo. Klino'a Jam br I tbave two thorough-brebulls ready although alsmbrlno Msssancer: bs bv Msmbflno l'armas- S. Myem' Ice Cream Parlor will be McKinney, Tress., Sam Owens, Secy., and It waa not subject to any debta at ten Jo. Abdallah'a latdana br Willi. I); b. br for service for aale. J. K. Bruce, Stanford, opsned old board, with exception of Wm. Burton, roralinsr; b. br Imp. ulenco; 2d asm out of a the time of my father' (Hiram Pepples Kentucky. in. wiiuivur.u IDU out- death. The heirs who remained at home atnl mare: Willie D.'a let dam Hlarllibt. br Ronr. S. Lytle ha received a iPV fine who waa succeeded by Wilson Gooch. Moberly, Jr., bought of Jim John J. vocroaer; Die aara uj liup. Olenro; Starlight's Hustonvllle A Coffey's Mill G. C. Lyon, claimed that father waa of unsound mind line of Ladle' Shoe. ill uam uj wooupecxer. Martin, or Madison county, a and had hia business matter taken from wool Prea., T. C. Jasper, Treaa, Madison McIr you want Ihe best super two-plgelding for $123. his handa and appropriated all hia estate Kinney, Secy., and old board, except Midi-ao- n My Fine McElroy Jack carpeta go to J. W. Hayden'a. Jauiee Paxtoo, Shelby Tevls, Billy to their own use. Having been told by my McKinney, in place of Dr. Ed. Alcorn. Gooch and othera sold to D. N.Prewltt, for Will aland st the uma plsra on ths sains terus. I have a good, gentle milk cow for Tbe Hanging Fork A Green River road counsel that his will can not be broken afIla la about 10 handa hlsh and bss prorcn hliu- early delivery, their lambs, at 5Jc. self to bs a brsedei sals, ( R. K. Barrow, Stanford. ter Gve year have elapsed, I take this oppay 0 per cent, on capital stock and ha a I refer vou to tb.lbllowlniientletuenaa tolh. John M. Hail sold to A. T. Nunnel-le- y portunity to inform the public breeding of tb. tbit. stock: J. J, 1'rje', J. K. that James talaoce in ila treasury, it ia the best A handsome residence. For Sale. thirteen cattle at $31, Pepples and other heirs ar now In possessBsuirhmsn. Wm. Dodd. L. K. Sham. J. 1 lUfle. paying road in tbe county, which la due in uuiiodtiii.: x, xi. Burniiu., euniora, Kr Will sell very cheap. W. Craig, Stanford. and to Mr. Albright a bull calf for $10. troa miuua pastarsss st reasonaM ratea. ion of property purchased by tbe money, a a great measure to the good management fc. N. aUWKI.I.,lluatoollls. The Llano ranch, in abpart of which is truly mine, and that I I HAVE a second-banpower of Dr. Fowler, who had been President of it county, Texas, contains 120,000 hor and detest the character of a brother threshing machine for sale at a bargain, for the last five yeara. acre of land, and required two car losds who would attempt to swindle another. Oeo. D. Wesren. The Phil Thomson Affair It is of wire to fence it. William PerpLBi. Brino us your bacon, lard, and all kind evident that tho frienda or Waller Davis Prince Golddust, belonging to Steve of country produce. We pay highest mar- don't intend to let Phil Thomson go ac- Maxwell, of Louisville, and valued at ' HEW ADTKUTIKKIIKIITK. quitted or hia killing by default. There To which they take pleasure In calling the attention of buyers gen ket price cash. II. C. Bright. dropped dead from heart disuse just will be a vigorous prosecution all along tbe as he had completed a mile beat at tbe top erally. Wc have goods A IX the new shade In line, and they claim that tbey will at least of hi speed, ItEPOHT OF THE CONDITION and In cheaper goods, with trimmings to clear the memory of the victim If they do The celebrated trotting stallion, Gov. OKTHK match, can be found at J. W. Hayden'a not puutsh the slayer. A couple of brothers-i- Sprague, died of pluero pneumonia at Rl lisv stallion: IS banda: loale.1 1378: bred bv Chaa. Dunn, Stanford, JCy , alrad br Messenger NATIONAL BANK, to Davi were In Stanford yesNew lot of frames and picture frame Chief, lira of Maud MeMenfer; farm In Fayette. He belonged to CITIZENS record, terord, i:u; AUI A Manel. and cornice moldings, and full line of fur- terday for (be. purpose of employing Col. J. J. Chase, or Wisconsin, who paid A.-.0 trial, z:.V-,- ; (lua, trial, Bens ?:V salt at i rears old. Mattla aid).. niture at B. K. Wearen'a. Prices low. Call Welch to prosecute. It U understood, for blm and he bad a record of 2:20. In the State of Kentuokr. at the oioie of In Rhadamcs, Merveilleux, Moire and Gros Grain Silks, Nun's Veil- t.:o (all stC.jeara old; Magjle St.vart. 7 20 gall at tsnd however, that bla former personal and proand ree for yourselves. Fanners In some parte of Ohio are other promising ones, let Jam H11. I rears old, bualneaa May 1, 1B83. ala br rtenllnel. .W'i. snd ths aire of Von Arnliu. fessional relations to Mr. Thompson will complaining that large armies of very ing, Henrietta Cloth, Hunting, Tamise Cloth, &c, and, in fact, a J:IJ; Annetta. MMi; T A..2 2C; Voung henll- -We've hid another cool snap which prevent his appearing In the can. The small mice are devastating their clover Ml, i.U; VlTsndlera, Z.ik; Mlgnon. V:i;W; KEUOUKCE8. la perhaps what I known u blackberry Sentinel Is ibii ivui, J 28; (fraud Sentinel. 2:tt latest development in the case la said, on field by burrowing under and devouring LMniajiJdl)uaU............ lil,17i (2 Nice Assortmeut of Dress Goods generally. brother to Volunteer, tba sirs uiSt. Julleo, 'i:li; winter. There were light frosta on Sunday 2,331 71 UoJIne, ;,IVJ4: llrlrer, Uloster. til; Aller, what appeare to be good authority, to be the roota of the clover. Whole fields are ilunler. t.Wi Anij, I'M),, siui a score t.19 U. H. Bonds to secure Circulation . 10,000 00 and Monday morning list. mora in tba 2 SO class. 2d dam Kill as follow: The prosecution will prove laid bare. Hirers, tba 1,793 ft tlu. from approved rwerio agenta. reeord. S.u); Jam of Bertie (llrl, of base ball, of ten that in tbe affair in the St. Clair Hold In In a match-gam,IHH record, 2.37. and ths grao.laio ol Maud Capt. H.T. Bush makes tbe following Du. from other National IUnka.......... Du. from Stats Banks and Banker....- -. M7 II record, 2.25?. bf Alexsnder's Innings, played Fridsy evening, between Cincinnati, Davis, on returning to the Horeport of stock sale yesterday; "About Ilea! estate, Furniture snd Fixtures Abdallah; tba aire ofUoldemltb Maid. 2:11: lloaa. 4,709 01 the town boys and those of the Seminary, tel with Mrs. Thompson took her, in comIlnd,2 2m;TbornJsla, 2.Z2M; Aluonl, Atxlallah 200 cattle of common quality on the mar632 S I Current expense snd Isxes paid ..- - .. nioL Ac. ir. 3d dam bv Ibid Jacket, (lire of lha tbe acore stood : 3 to 1 1, in favor of the pany with the watchman, to Miss a -. SfiCt 7 dam of Kentucky Wllkea, 2 21, and tba grandaiu ket, but of good age and In good condition Premium, paid. ... latter. SO 00 Bills of other Banks.......... Trim- ofSoSo.'MlJi.sndltsdWllkca.ilraoll'birTboup. Hamburg and Swiss Embroidery, India Trimmings, Kverlasting loom, but couldn't get In for Ihe and sold well at from S to 6 cent for best. Fractional paper currency, nickels snd son, j record, 2 21.) br Coiuet; br SherA moot remarkablo infant now Uvea at startling reaton that Mis Buckner waa en man Morasu, lbs slra of Vermont Black Hawk the 17 73 ...... lnule4. No horse or mules oflered publicly." mings, Tucking, Laces, Ladies' Neckwear, Hosiery, Corsets, Fans, alra of Klh.au Allan and manr otbir trotters. Had ZQ Specls M Wm. Haley' in Ibit city. It waa born on joying a quiet ltle-- hit with a gentleman ........x................ Jacket'a dam was Ilred br a to Black Standiford Keller, Aleck Anient, Mat-tinotes ..... ,00 00 Hawk, Slbdam l'arasols, &c. WHITE GOODS in endless variety, and a splendid tba North bv W sn extra ruadmars brought from Saturday night at CJ o'clock and weighed friend, and not wishing to be disturbed had Rapture and Granite were the winners IteJemptlon fund with U. B. Treasurer, I. Vase, of Mercer county, and just one pound. A ailver dollar cover ita her door locked. Davi, then, not desir- at 1,123 00 said to ba of Meaaesger blood. Semlneland (5 per rent, of clr ulalloo)..... the Nashville rarea Thursday; Thora, assortment of LAWNS, GINGHAMS, &c. Abdallsb sra both br Uvadrk'a face and ila whole body I easily' hid in a ing to expose her lit a publlo parlor In ber thsgraudalraof Maud 8., 2.10',, and tba Totsl ....tl30,904 S3 Orange Blossom, Higllyer and Revenge, lira of Dexter. 2 US, Nellie, 2 11; ((rang (llrl, quart cup. It ela and sleeps, awake and inebriated condition, took Mr. T, to Ida 1. 1 A 11 1 LIT I K8. 2'20; Uaxelle, 2.21, Jar (lould, 2:21, aod Ml olbera Friday, and Gisnlte, Sovereign Pat, Saun-terA large stock of Carpets, Rugs, Oil Cloth, Matting and Wall Paper. with recu'dof 2 30 and brtter. Ueuvnger Chief yawns, and Ita functions ate seemingly per- own room on same Boor and ieaviug tbe 173,000 00 . and Carson, Saturday, when the race Capital Mock paid In wssslisd bf Abiallah IMol.ilreol I1(rkarj,2:ll-;1,34a II formed u if It had gone to lull Uodltlded pronta.......M.-door opjn remained there with her until ended. 11 cord, 2 IS. lit daiu la Shoes Had Jim, The handsomest stock of Ladies' and Gents' fine custom-madlo (Jen. (lao, II. Tbomsa, airs ol 27,009 00 National Bank Notes ouUUuJlng.. Mis Buckner1 friend had retired, and II bcolt's 1 bowaa, 2.2 bv MauibrliMj Meaeeugvr.alra Cincinnati. Receipt of cattle light ludlYldual Depoalla aubject to check . 24,171 10 in the city. We also keep a full line of Eastern-madHoots and ol Lealoikl, jJJamby iUuibilno tblsf. Burr waa brought Saturday before Judge thereupon he took her at once lo Mis ii.'t and mostly ordinary. Common ta medi- Du. toother National llDka.... 7M II IracfUJ; Thoiu. 3:ltVi; Woodlord Mambrlno. T. P. Hill, Jr., and a Jury by Dr. J. 0. room. Tlit, If true, will place Mis B. In um butcher grade $2 6005; good to extra I'stcbeu Shoes, which we ofTer at low prices. In addition to our large stock 2.2IHi Mambrlno Kngllib snd others, td dsm bv 1l30.o09 13 TolaL.M.. Imp. Nspuhou. ......M Iluater, ac. Abdsllau Carpenter against Capt. Tbomaa Hutchi- an unenviable light before tbe public. We butcber $5.2500 25; good to choice cows make Cbas. STATE OF KENTUCKY, 1 of Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing ve keep a nice line of Cas- - Meeaengerwlllmiles Irouitba season ol IssJ atBrsnch Stanford, a Uuah Dunn's, 2), son for $35 for services lu 1870 rendered presume, however, that It will not material and heifers $5 25C; good to choice shipI" County of (larrard, lulls from Slauloid A laocutcr plka sud Laucaaiar A Daoillle plks.aUUO to Jatate Anderson, i brakemau on the Cap- ly affect the question of Thompson' guilt per $50.10; oxen $30; stocker and I, t, V. gandlfer, Caahlsr ot th. aboi. named simeres, in pants and suit patterns, which we are offering at low fig Slke.l insure a snare in a oaj. Money uus as soon tain' train, who had hia band badly or luiiocence unless it can be abown that feeder $1600; yearling calves $304 25 Bauk, do solemnly swtsr tbst tb. ibov . stsUwsut s lbs fscl Is ssoertslnsd. Marc tbst bin publlo Is tru to th. beat ofniy knowledge snd belief ures. A general line of Gents' 1'urnishing Goods. records of 2 30 or batter, or such ss bars produced ,) be knew of it. Upon the whole the trial Hogs Selected butchers and heavy shipluatbed (and who afterwards died of J. 1. BANDIKEK, Cashier. trotters wlia records ot z.sq or better, us ba wed to disclose an unsavory and per alleging that Hutchison told him to promisee fre. ol charge. Addreea Budacrlbsd and sworn to before las this 71b Jar $74007 00; packera $0 0007.40; yvxxjusxj " wunei, Wc sell the NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, U. C KAUFFMAN.N. V, alUnd tbe man and he would tee him dreadful state of affair, and public senti- stock hogs $5.5000 50. Sheep undipped of May, ISM. Stanlord, Lincoln Co., Ky. Muaxnui fsiaca, br sleeaanger Chief, daw b ment, whether Justly or not, li undoubted Correct-A- lts t: paid. Tbe plalullIT being unable to clipped 304 Jo. Lambs in good which is one ol the very best machines in use. rarttes in need ol a by Alcalde, (alra of Ujlaa, 2. UK; Kolgrna, 2:M: I.xwis Y. Lkavsil, ) Kancy Day, 2.1V, Ac.,) will uaka ih wua ol Is preponderance of evidence, tbe jury ly setting strongly againit Thompson and demand at 0108c. wilh few extra at 81 Directors. Tuoursoi M.Aoil, t I'ount lux', Jrjsotiillls, Kv., st IIS to loeur machine can save money by giving us a call. In favor of the dead man. I 9o. L. Y. Hum, brought la a verdict for defendant. W.U.D, laaislolbai. ' Mall Train. Passes atsnford going- ' Hotilb , 4 N. LOCAL TIME CARD. North. . Ball. IfRCnrAMat H.B. Myera Ice Cream that the Union Choir will meet next Fri Patlorl hit evening. day night at the Melhodiit church. Kvery I'liUii cabbage and tomato plant al body h I Invited. way on hand at W. T. Green'. .. m Mr. Jjiih W.Kolt rtqneat no lo 1 IA r. M. groes. Thsr will t a mettlof. of ths itockbotJm if ntlifartlon, and Ih StsnlbrJ tsnesitsr Turnpike RosJ st my We cromls to (trsFloor for WhssU when dstlred -- Mrs R C. Nichols is visiting her will Csa tusks sUnlnrilsnforl,onlbsnjDit.,sl 2 r. ., lot sitnrrair louei or unbolted most. Capt. and Mra. C. G. flmallhouse, of Ik election ol oOrera for 110- -t Ih sninlnc year, MeALINTKR HAI.LKK. Bowling Green. Mr, John Jell, ol KanHt It. W, VANttm'KKR, JTrrt. concert sas City, Mo,, I here visiting hia mother nj Turnpike Election. ' ry special sltentloa to rcOHTOM OniNDINCI.'M will now DAVE YANDELL srS. Yvysl-- - ih M ni $10 to Will be permitted to serf, tan or fifteen .pprotrd mares st my ml.l 4 miles from sjtanfoMon ths Knob Met pike st Insure a Yan-de- J llee ..,. JTJST loe! Ice! loo! GOD'SLOVESTORY '. U Ul-f- tu Fancy Boy! HtSrka ALL h 1 Hustonville Nat. Bank. TWO GOOD JACKS. ii ui n school-hous- bing fin i J - MILLINERY! l. t: ON TIME ! n e, 140-6- B-- Mutual Aid Society or L IKTOE.! av & iriNDDN 9. e. nt prslaa-wort- by titij TiiNiiraiicc Company I GLOBE ROBBED PHIL SHERIDAN! Court-Hous- Ini. INVIG0RAT0R! a ls F1B8T-CI.A8- " JACKS. Fom-owin- o EDMISTONs OWSLEY J ui ABD ALLAH three-year-ol- d DRY GOODS! NOTIONS, -- fc- 'HX h, a y three-year-o- y CLOTHING, BOOTS, Shoes, Hats, Srat-cla- u three-year-ol- d live-stoc- lSo-1- e Trunks & Valises, Abdullah Messenger! $3,-00- 0, mXWtmWi n-law A Handsome Stock of Dress Goods $27,-C0- T IANCA8TEU. i.z; Ulal-la- b, 0srJrrti........... t-.- .... 1 Un-Kng- 1 Buck-ner'- ...... . .... ear-ol- d a e er Legal-tend- Alex-sudc- i's n, llaiubls-Ionia- . ; e lS 1 e lock-law- light-runnin- g fur-nU- 85o; " avn-it- .- e fc. wHjmamtmim rz.mtfrAh'-rjiiES- . L glf"W ADriCR IO TltOSK Vltntrf atASSKH, Men engaged in literary pursuits If you havo goods to sefl advertise tho ihould rend Most by day ul jrrita' moat fact. Bird "a Tnarf with a, lampblack kettle iy night. It is worthy of noto that and n brush to paint your nnmo and reading causes moro strain to tho eye Tnesd&y May 8, 1863 number on all tho railroad fences. Tlio than writing, and that copying work, in cars go Tthlzning'bvVo fast that no one writing makes a greater demand upon compocan read them, to bo snre, but perhaps tho organ of vMoil than'off-hanOno hundred ami fifty years ago there. the conductor will lxi obliging enough sition. Twilight and a mixture of twiwero 4,000 ojsterwomcn in lVirii, who to stop tho train for inquiaitivo parson. light ifcdrtiQcralinirimiBatiohCsh6"uliV pursued their busincis with mnch coal bo avoided for any kind of work. Tlio and dexterity. tint is tho best that can I(ememler tho fences by tho roadsfdo pale cobalt-blu- o Tho "green " ojstcr, bo much prised as well Nothing is so attractive to tho' bo employed when promotion for, the eyp in France, will not sell in our lnorkof . passer-b- y from intcuso glare is Bought, as in tho as a sign: Tho "greening" of oysters is extenss in tho Medical Mixture for Mumps. '' caso of traveling tqwn ively carried on at Marcnnes,on tho bank Havo your cards on tho hotel register, bright sunshine. Tho green glass that oi tho river Scudre ; and this particular by all moans. Strangers stopping at Is so often odoptod for this pnrposo is branch of oyster indnstry extends for tho -- hotel tor ho u'i'glit gencrallybuy a not by any means' sd Worthy" of leagues along.tno river, and is also hk-tionc- ii cigar lieforo leaving town, nnd they Heading in railway traveling is by free granW from fyhVatato. need sonio inspiring Jiterary foot! objectlonablo in tho highest degree for ' Tlio ieculiar color and taste aro said to a very obvious reasou. Tlio oscillation lo imparted by the vegctablo SHbsiances Jlfin ndvertiinp agent, wants to ad of the carriage continually jdtors ,tho which grow in tho beds whera tho oys vertiso your iiUMncss in a fancy frame dufaneo of Ihd page from tlio eye, and tors aro cultivated. at tlio depot, pay him about 200 ier cc,nL so calls for unceasing strain in tho effort cj.ilfiis moro'thin It' "is worth, and let him put to keep tho organ in duo accommoda rcsmcni oi ijonuon, that that pity spends over $25,(X)0,008 g tion for tlio dlstaneo of tho it there. When n man has year for oysters, and that, mora than of a'sccond in which to catch a train he dancing imago. Tho exact fitting of the twice tho number of these bivalves invanftbbstops-tread depot advertise framowork of spectacles to tho face and would be used if tiey coi'tVl bo obtaifled merits, and your card might tako his eyes is of mora importance than is genat as reasouablo prices as in America. oye. erally conceived. If Iho centers' of tho Tlio genuino Whitestablo oyster fetches Of eourao the street thermometer dodge lenses of tho spectacles do not exactly about 76 or 80 cents a dozen. Oyster is excellent. When a man a fingors and coincido with tho centers of tho pupils culture in England is yet in its infancy. cars aro freezing, or ho is pttfllng and of tho eyes, tho conscquonca is that tho Large numbers of oyBtera aro now "ca- " phewing" at the heat, is tho time alwve images in the separoto eyes aro a little, rried to England (rom this country. Tlio all others when ho reads a thermometer displaced from Hie positions whicii they most popular sieo for eating is in a shell advertisement. ought to hold, and that a somowhat about as large as a dollart Thoy aro Print, in tho blackest ink a great painful and injurious, effort has Mfbe packed in barrels jjerjcloselyf aria jeept sprawling card on all your wrapping-pape- r. made by tho oyb touring1 "llfoWimages right side up during tho voyage Quito '.Ladies returning from a shop- back into due correspondence for ocen-rat- a a trado is now springing up in carrying ping tour liko vision. An incipient squint is apt to bo walking " seed " oysters to Eifropo. bulletins, and if tho ink rubs oil to be in this w ay produco 1. Mrf Carter Car loads of oysters aro shipped to and Bpoils some of their finery, no recommends that peoplo should look to California from New York every fow mattej,, . tho centering of their spectacles for days. Tho " nativo"oyster of mtbat Don't fail to advertise in every circus themselves. This may bo easily dona western coast if. obtained in tho Gulf ot programme. with It will help tho circus to by standing before a looking-glas- s California, and is small ahd'uf coppery pay their bills, and tho visitors can re- the spectacles in their place. If tho fit taste. There is as wide a contrast be- lieve the tedium of' the clown's! joke's by js a good ono tho center of the pupil tween the California biplve and the looking over your Remarks aboni '" 10 should then appear in the center of the d e (rim. Eastern as between a and a percent, below cost,' etc. I - ft fpbcjaclef aro always Rliodo Island greening. Something oi placard on a polo is to 'be preferred to folding friunks, be? A boy with a supply is being obtained on ho OrH an intere8tii)gVlje?t on tho street, and cause they permit ot more satisfactory gon or Washington Territory coast lends odigdilledjair to tho establish adjustment in this particular, and be. Theso aro better than tho more south- ment. Hire if couple. cause thoy are moro easily kept iu the ern. 'Adrcrtfeo n a calendar. People never right position with regard to tho eyes. Tho Beaboards of Georgia, South Car- look M a calendar to see what day of the Tho only advantago whioh the pebble olina and Toxas abound in oysters. In moivtlf it fa. ffihey merely glance hur enjoys over glass for tho construction of some places they have grown up into riedly at Uto Bco'that your name is spectacles is tho immunity which it pos sesses against .pqratching and fracture reefs extending for twenty miles along scllcd without a p, that's all. . the coast. Mnch of this oyster wealth n on account of its greater hardness. When tlio breezes blow, wafted by may yet Ibeoome available for Norjh'-- j paper cf an in, tho hands of a lovely womera markets. Various river mouths an, 'tis well to havo tho air redolent . and estuaries along the Connecticut and with perfumo ot tho carmino ink in A MAUUAJIJS .IXIslA ffUUlfff.V'l 0AXit A Nevada man invented a New York shores would bo whicii yonr business address is printed. and'went round trying to sell cmv oyster farms if some means could Tfyis will, pake tho market fordeeent The machine was warranted to trot out bo provided to keep tho deposits of mud fans very brisk. s lie on any subject at a moa from covering and smothering tho young Patronizing every agent that shows oysters. Tho timo may be near when you an advertising tablet, card, direc- ment's notice. Put it didn't sell well. r. Said the enterprising men will Beef to cfear oil tory, dictionary or even an advertising Ho took it to a these ruinous deposits, as they now draiq Bible, if one is offered at a reasonable trader : " Como, you, get out of this, I 'the truth in my business." Tho inou morsnea ami mi up s tramps ana price; shows that you know where to tell ventor presented it to a lawyer, oiid he pools. The recent law of Connecticut invest your monoy. n also looked' and offended. creating a Stato commission to sell the But don't think of advertising in a A fishing party looked hankeringly at it deep-watground of tho Sound has legitimate newspaper. but their languago was to tho effect that served to inspire great activity in se Not for a moment. Your advertisement A young man, caring farms in tho sea. Many thou- would bo nicely printed and would ilnd they abhorred untruth. of dollars have already been real- its way into all tho thrifty households who was engaged to three different girls, sands also felt indignant at tho offer. At last ized for grounds appropriated. of s the iregion, whero tho farmer, the tho. disheartened inventor', tried nn editor? production of oysters has more mecljanicft ther tradesman and others .... The c, ""' ,". T mmHK-.j- - .71. i, ,. "ion than doubled in quantity in and about live?and into ttio families of tho wealthy liio writer - new mau, nia . .?, uqcnou, uuo joh mean to New York harbor, Statcn-- island and aiufrefinfM nil who havo articles to buy scounurei,"No,,'?tremidjngiyanj Perth Amboy during tho past fivo years." and tho'money with which to bay them; insult me;" tho poor man. ''Then tho It is believed if the mud could be kept and in the quiet of tlio evening, after swered do you meau offering whatthat me br out of New York harbor it would make tho news of tho day has been digested, it blazes "Why, I I thought you ono of the finest oyster beds in the would bo read and pondered, and the next thing?" occasionally want' to uso it in to your Btore might world. day people would como down " You wretch, what do The natural oyster beds on the 'cast and patronizo you, and keep coming in your business." " " Oh, sir, I didn't tako mo for ? eido of Staten island aro the places increasing numbers, and yon might havo you mean to insinuate that you were a liar whence much ot the "seed" for all. the to hire an extra clerk or two, movo into various famous kinds of oysters about a larger block and more tavorablo loca- I don't for a minute think, sir, you could tell a Ho I " " That'ait I " cried tho New York is obtained. tion and deio bigger' business; but,-o- f ilint'ii what I'm mad aboat HYom Science has demonstrated that oysters coKrsejht wealdbo more expensive, and 'cohceited ass, youhTnk youral abl to JTiven 'invent & machine that IfcaiPi lielali bringjflarger foroats. sguHs twlMw; regulated, and thus good arouad.i'ond thatwithouron effofO oysters' lSoTad and eaten evory week in my lifo I " Ma," sho said, confidingly, " Henry never was bo insulted in hypocrites, Get I the year. This is arranged in the Conl I" any Editors aro not necticut waters by planting them in has asked mo to marry him." ' And Post. water. This secures you accepted?" was tho query. VlNo,'-- ' different depths of variety in temperature. The greater was the reply, didn't, and neither A lady once asked Thomas Carlyle if tho heat the earlier tho oyster will did I reject him. If I can keep him on ho would recommend Homo plain, e Therefore, by moving them tho BticgTiviBtuuiratmaa, he'll make spawn. ''lilstorv'Tif. EBclaiuI." Mutable into shoal water in a sheltered place mo alundsomo'presoBt to ihdu mo to orjlier litl'o girk, ofwhom tke&ldea? whero the sun will warm the water easily say 'ej.''orilknowrvojJJe want fwas not more than ?10 'yearaVotaoge? the spawning season will bo over in ing a gold watch for a long time." " Oh," said tho philosoiihcr, "they had early .summer. Those in the deeper better read Macaulay'a England ; it is is not so hard to earn money as to and colder water will, of course, feel the tho.moat ehildisn I know.". . heat later, and, theroforo, spawn later. ipeud it well. Thus ono portion of the oyster supply TOO MUCIT TO ASIC Of HIM. eon be always ready for use. Scientific Aclcrkjnta New Orleans A Connecticut paper says : A, crude American. whilo) in tho parlor of his resif HvKig on 'tho line of 'onu'of Vfore, dence down town, surrounded by his Our ideas, like orango plants, spread tho recent railroad surveys, and who is family, saw tho door suddenly open, outiiu proiwtloito Mu size oftho box owner of a barn of largo dimensions, " with hugo swinging doors on both sides, and, before ho could recover from his ' wiiich imprisons thre"5. JL observed a posso of surveyors busily surprise, a man, holding an extended now TitT" ilf;jicr' unisvlfirAnst. driving a row of stakes through his pUtol, lushed into tho apartmont, and Over iu the Big meadows, any cfay;" n premises that extend to the very center placing tho pistol to the left breast of tho fine illustration of chilly romfqrt may of liy, Jiig. bftrii.-- Sauntering lehrarely, clerk,) fired, with this exclamation: l fix bo seen in tho plau adopted by the In- toward'-thtrespassers,' with in ain 'tfjli, Tvo got'bu nojvtjandj-Tldians to catch tUli and keep warm at tho savoring somewhat of indignation, ho you." As good fortuno would havo it, tho saino time. Follow the river, aud occa- addressed the leader of the gaug as sionally you como across a noblo rod follows . bullet struck a pair of scissors in tho clerk's vest pocket, and spent its forco mull, mutlled up in all tho old coats and "Layin' oout another railroad?" bluukota ho possesses, sitting in his ca" Surveying for one," was tho reply. by breaking intothroo pieces, tho pieces noe, which ,is loaded with firewood, afterward lieing found in the pocket, "Goin' through my barn ?" Three or four feet of the center of the Directly after tho shot the clerk aroso " Don't teo how wo can avoid it." cauoo is covered with sand to the depth " Wall, nowmistor," said tho worthy and caught tho ossassiu, but soon sufof two or three inches, aud on this he farmer, " calku'rUtb 1'vo got sumthin' fered him to depart w ithout injury. His I keep u bright fire blazing, aud, with y waut you tow uii- - action in this' ho explained to his 'boutlliat. his back to tho ilanio, pursues his duties derstau' that 1'vo got bumthin' the tew by statiug that " it was all right ; of tuking in the speckled beauties. The dew besides runnin' out tew open and that It was n vendetta, aud that ho would ' smoke might proto troublesome to a shct them doors every timo a train settle tho matter." Bpth assassin and tho white mau, but tho Digger is iu no dan- wants tew go through." ctm were tiicilians. cer of having his complexion injured, and, as ho paddles along from one good TuaitB is a widespread opinion in the KXIT Til It tlOXIJOL.l. rifllo to another, he looks as indopoud country that tho piece of 1851 is Very little has yet boon bald or win-te- n flit as a lord, and throws a glance of worth a good deal. A report lias been about tho latest aud most uuiWic.iu pity at tho poor devil of n white man, current for tho past ilvo years, and hits who takes his chances from tlio snowy spread throughout the Union, that in act ot vandalism which a bank, and has to knock under in the fish- coiuiug that dato ot tlio pieco a world hai been called to endure. ThU ing race at tho rate of about five to one. lot ot gold was by mistake melted into is nothing less atrocious that the of steamboats on tho Qruud PLuma (Cut.) National. the copper. No such mistake was made, and tho cent of 1831 is worth tin tumo caual of Venice. The triumphs of a pno-ticA Pknnhylvania jury, in a murder than any other dato ; but day after day t.go havo left few upota iuvestiid .trial, that could not pgreo on a verdjet, tho Treasury Department is iu leeeipt with the peculiar beauty uud fascination engaged ill prayer, after which thoy of letters aiking how much thoy ur which belonged to tho world when 1t found tho perxou guilty of murder iu tho worth, aud what the Government "ill was jouuger, and one, of thco few biioU . tmt degree. is, or assuredly was, Venice. Tho prespay for them. ence of tho steamboats teudi to the The alluriug ganio of draw poker has A man's fortune should be tho rule tupid extinction of tho gondolas, aud lately bccouio domesticated iu Japan, for his sparing uot spending. Eitm nhou tho gondolas have duappeand here, it is said, the stakes frequently agauco may Ik) supported, not justified, fom tho canals of Venice ery little o mod-itat- o run too, high, as a mlo, for men of br ulliuciicu tlio poetry of motion will bo left unearth. StriMRfft tkls tfnftri Jr.Mll rHfRCH PIRrCTORf. Me-rals- orrytB. d Hi PRorsn furniture for a doctor's oflloo A Co., Sloy,, K LatofChnimll,STfranf Bono Rottbrj. Si CO.. M. that catches It is tho clean iablo-clotIrnpattrM liht Jekhert n( Drr Oooti. Nstlnte, Ae., tho early grcaie-spo- t. M7, M, 511 Main Street, llor 8lth, Arrsn all, tho books of Euclid ara JCV. rather problninatical. A timcHKN'n neck is like a bell when it Id rung for dinner. iV looks snplclons to sco a man alflTANFOnD. KV.- ways tafid a clovo before answering the telephone, J. ROBINSON r.oiTiHVtriTn. II. MKTIIOI)IST,BOWTH.-Rt- T. Hundty 0. Morttton, morning ana night etrept the third Vreyer Meeting every Thurtdty night. Sunday ftchool at Oii a, at. Hrv. II. C. alorrlinn, Superintendent. J. M. BAMIHT. llav. FourthHtcc. I'Mtor. Ietvlcet Mundtyt, morning and and night, lrayer Meeting every We.lnre.Uy afler- v i, e, n. iv. narrow ooon. nnndir nnmi ii Superintendent Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Railway. PaIuco TO , . TUB OXl.Y MM. lU'NMNtl OPERA HOUSE. - Proprietor. d "Mill-lington- 'a snow-field- tebufl-deuc- e. a three-quarte- over-varyin- crab-appl- Fully-forme- ii most-excelle- lying-ma-chin- o first-clas- horse-trade- I'LrtUd down tho law" The Judgo on tho point of resigning. " Kwow thyself" may bo an excellent sort of proverb, but some people wouldn't know wty much If thoy obeyed it implicitly. We aro told that the ovening " wore op," put wo aro not told what tho evening wore ou that particular occasion. AVas it the close of a summer's day ? "I my tot' dis morning," said a colored ireacher, "from dat portion ob tho cnptur whar tho Postlo Punl pints Ids pistol at d&Fcsinns." Ir was wrong In Peg, tho shoemaker, to say to the doctor who complained that ho had mado a poor job of that last pair" of boots, " Physician, heel thysolf." , " What is. tlio best attitude for ?" said a pupil (putting on tho gloves) to a pugilist. "Koop a civil tonguo in your head," was tho slgniilcaut reply. "Lneveb argy agin a success," said 's Arteritis Ward. "When I sea n. head sticking out uv a holo, I bear off to tho left aud say to myself, that holo belongs to that snilr." It is announced that baldness can be cured by skin grafting, but by married men tho nme.tiou is regarded as mere balderdash. Thoy say tho only sure euro lies in the (imputation ot tho arms of tliii female. A FiikNCit writer remarks, "Ii a lady can never love you,' says to you, niiit a little longer; nil hope is not lost. But it she, says, 'No one lias more sincere wishett for your happiness than I,' tako your hat." A Geiiuan witness in a San t'ranclsco court indignantly rejected tho services ot nu interpreter. Ho was testifying in tho case of u man accused ot cutting another with a handsaw, and said : " I Been myself run dot saw against and cuts hecs hand. ot an agricultural A couiiEsrosDK.vT monthly nsks: "'Why does Timothy run out?" Wo haven't timo to read the editor's reply, but if Timothy is at a theatrical performance, tho answer may bo crj readily pnrmlsed. Xorrlttotcn W. P. WALTON, by I'r. J. v. J evy Liord't day. onftenindand I'onrlh Ird't difl. Mundly Bchool at It. Jot. Herrrinre, Muprrlntendrnt. nE8HYTKIUAN, UoilTH.-llev- TT. a Meh'l roy, patlnr. fundiy rVhool at 9 SO. John W. ut, rJuberlntendent. Union frayer Meeting on Wfulneeday nlghtt. it ev Pullman LOUISVILLE Nottc.-rteog- Curs! AND HOMti TnAINS CHICAGO! Iron) the SlieofStair, IlliM, KlihtmmMeteerta of Rrrn- trx, ivo. ttj spaiinir rarii7, infiu.un ItnuonaMe nice to good altractloae. AddrrM M ahote. Valuable Blue-GroKOll HAlVI3t ss Farm 8rmt vlllellrenchofl.AN. B, It. trrlvt III Lnuljvllle In time lo ttte the evening train sf the "Monoo lloule" and gt through to eri Keel. ST.ASAPH HOTEL. W. S. FRANCIS, NTAlVFORl. - - KY. Hulnj had thlt Hotel tier I on"ir f.iraale mv Farm of VOS .4rrr,llui-lr.- 1 nnr Walnut Flit, un the mmiord A Crab S mllre Iront htinford. AMuMO Ittlfy. l1'1" HrATION5. Arm In rmtlvallon, halinre In griM. doo.1 tprlng, nlrnlvenml llnitwrand well a.lintixl In atnek. In a l.ve. lAiilivllle... t pm tJsm ' good rirlghtiorhond. Will ertl at a bargain the pit ...... HI ttmve tract or land and give lammwlon at anytime. Arr. tlrreneattle . ... " Oawronlitltle JMiwICJim For further ptrlleiitir,inn,ilr of J. II tlwiley, ml 4 11pm ' Ultyette . , or wrlle In roe at luvllla. Milan ra Hi DUfford, Kr . ... Chicago . IT ISIsml county, Trite, lai-l- f IIKXItV h'lHtt. The mrMtdlrerl route, with onlr ons change f rare, ta all polnti In Wltroniln, Mlnneeota, lews, Nrhnikt, Ac For lurthrr luforniillon. addrraa MVIIKAV XKLLRU.II. 1'iA., liulitllle, Iy IM- - tire oncnilp, CrnnfonUYllle, l.aUjtUe nntl t'lilcnRo TJlthont rlmnicf. TIMKTAHW- - titllll J. lias Stanford Female College. NTANFOKIi, KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thlt Inttllullon will open lit Thirteenth fettlon on the 2d Monday In MeplemWr tint. ALL Til K BRANCIIhM OK A Itci'iirnislicil nnd I.oiltlcd From baement to arret, N LOUijVliLENASH'viLU THCORIAT n And letTe nothing undone I Intend (a Keep It In n Nlrielly THOnOUGHENGUSHCOUBSE Manner, Flrat-ClHH- thlt will !! to the Art taught, at wtllM Through Trunk Line O COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. oflVrnl rattle-snaix- MUSIC. TUB LANOUAQEH. DHAW-INAND PAINT1NO. Commercial Tmvelcr.s TERMS MODERATE. Are SPECIAL INDUCEMKNTS To patronlia mr, M I here ertry nuiTtBletieeuth uNICKSAMI'I.KKOOMa, &e , Hr their uae. taO, Id Tuition, prlree range from 115 to S30 In th regiilir lvpartmentt. Frtmary, IU, Intermediate lreparttoiy, 110. and Onilrgletr, t-- Baggage Tranifened to and from the Depot free of charge. (lire roe a rill. W.N. I'RANCIN. Newspaper of the Soutb. THE WEEKLY Representative "H For full partlculin, u to Hoard, Ac .addreat HHN. H. V. THtJKIIKAHT. Principal, auntbrd. Uncoln Co., Ky, Without Change and wllh SHORTEST 4ND Spd Unrivaled ROUTE 'I ALL'S OUltffiSI Cavltv-Chro- QUICKEST fkOU LOVIIVILII TO Till SOUTH & WEST Wilheet PULLMAN CURS ii.hvlllt, chtege Is Mtaiphlt. Llille Kock, Mentiem.ry. Atl.ntA. Ktfi.ith Jecktontllle, MeblTe, end tw Orl.est. Courier - Journal AN OltOAN OF Ratarrh.S 13 KECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIAKU. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In Palatt Cert Without (Tung.. Live Issues, Living Ideas 3VEOieja.Ii As ' FOECES. Ekxut Or MONOPOLIES, OLIGARCHISM 1 and Cntnrrh of tho Natal of tho Car, C or Ulcerntlrel Catarrh INTERNALLY, and Throat. It Ie tnkan act DIRKOTLV upon the Blood nnd Mucou Surfnoe of the) System. It Irf tho best Blood Purlflor In tho WORLD, nnd Is worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT alono. VTZHi ' SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Iroat Loalttllltla ralaceCart wltkettlchaage. tine sf thlt road will receive tpcclal low rates See Ag.ott ot I hi. (nmpeny for l.lrt. renttt Acorwrltr C P ATtllKI C. P.sT A. " touievllle. Kr. PMIRRAIiTQ CiTllUllHil I O 8"lnr hom.ionthe la isn THE SPiniT OP SUBSIDY Ai emlolled In ONLY 1NIERNAL rr-IM CURE PORCATARSH That Thioviiiff Tariff THE COURIER-JOURNA- (Pa.) Herald. -- horror-stricke- er L WEEKLY "FiUoeus vont lie, vill they?" mutlias no imwrlor at a Erett liullr nl polUlral tered a cockuoy arithmetician, who hod IIcr la the newiptixr. world. Iu circulation ie rej'mt rdcled out of an Jt.tXl' TIMES I.AUIIKII and was holding on to a lamp post. sort llltlcal In "Veil, perhaps they vont," remarked Thin anrby but fewnewnpr in the South, an J It excelled the United Statr. It an observer, " but I see a Hgger as vont each week the moet complete eunimary of the newa of the world, and lit editorial column. " stand any how I (Henry Watteraon, are alwaya con-ttl- nt t) ,,, -- - . i 1 td-iln- r. J'er ho exclaimed with an expression of great disgust, after kissing his wife, "I do bclievo you havo been smoking cigarettes- - cheap and nasty ones, at that." "It's only too true," took tho replied, nonchalantly. them out of tho bundle you brought homo last night." A Judoe unco said to a counsel, "Yonr client had better mako a compromise ; ask her what sho will take." Counsel " My good woman, his Lordship asks what you will take." Whereupon tho old woman, with a curtsey, replied, " I'm mnch oblccged to his Lordship, as he's sao kind I'll just'tak a glass o' speents." u1't notion," "DaiiI'' able, atronc and hrfeht. Are Telegraphic ciKlali Ainonjr the r r.Ai unr-from all the IfadlDf folate And we offer On Hundred Oollnr tor any Cneo of Cntnrrh It will not Cure. Ily lbs icullarly wonlrd advertliemenlt of rival WILL CUKi: ANY CAST- roulra, which are liable to drrelte the public. Of.W of A. T BTiwiBT4'Oa Theehonrtl end qolrir.1 Itoele Irtwi Clmln. Cmcioo, 111 , Juno , 1SJO. ( nail lVrat It the Uturt. F. J. CAenef C., TUato, II. (,tnlrmm.- -l ula tdraiura In InfMmlaT T" that I haie uacd Hall's Cuurrh iSirn. It list cured mo- - Iwaa very Uvl and Jon"l braiUleto & MISSISSIPPI W. say ' hat It will cure any calo of Catarrh If Uarn Yours truly, prvwrlT. J U VrciTnisroso. WOHTII 10 A 1IOTTLK. 10 Hours Itsva lubl K. MniUT. JarLaco, Nirh.. nritrs CaUrrhforaireara. Halt's Catarrh Cum cured me. Oouldir It worth 110.00 a bottl. all DrunrliU at JS rta. l- -r botllrs. r&J. Mamifarturril and aollbf F J C11E.VEV 4 CO. llouit ahead of all other lines. hulu Fivirletors, TULKLtO, OUIO. Pally Ti.lnt, with nucbingeuf cart for any For aale la Stanford by IVnny A McAlitter. THE HARKLTJU Don't Be Led Astray! I Cincinnati to St. Louis! claatolerogrra. i Btorica, Talruige't Vermont the day alter delUery ion Iettera. Turf and Htock lUnortt. Antwertrt Cormtmndrnta1 Department, l'oetry ami lepart-wetor Children. Nu lloito In the Cuunlry abould be without It. in tiroouyu iairDacir. Mariei nrporit, amn- Afflicted, Attention 2 DR. 0ANNS REMEDIES FOR THE MILLION. MANUFACTU1SKII "I I After a club ol Oee hat hern wnt ut the club ralter can, IhrouKbout the year, add tliurle tuberrtpllon at our lownt flul rale II. IV frr yearly autwcrlptloni Yearly aubvrlptlona only can be receteed at thl. rate. Our termi lor leui thin a y.ar are It Tut eltthl month., 75 rent fur tlx month.; 6G centt lor tbrre inomha. A tiiupie copy oi tveeaiy ivunrr-jmrnit wni free oi charge lor examination on application Liberal full coumlnlon allowed centaur n, ind oumtaeni inem rrrei en nanse. Auurrtt w. n. iiai.ii:.wav. rreildentrourler-Journ- al Co., UmlMllle, Ky. MO. SVnHCKMVTlOX TEltJISl lltllT. 112 a Tear. Hundir.fi a inr Wrrklr. ttoBly copy one year, tl.&O: r ire copira, one year, V K. OANN, MONTICELLO. KY. BY M I).. 2 2 Hours 12 Hilly Tralnt to Uultvllle, with Free l'irktr Can. lUllj Triln. to Kiintvlllr. 4 hour Is sd- -' roulee, with one Iret change vtnrebf alli-lhr- r oi ran lolly Train, lo (tiro, 7 huurt quicker Ihin any olhtr llor, and nuchisgeof ran. Pally Tralnt lo New OrlreBe. Nu change of ran from ClnrlunilL thin Democratic and for a Tariff for Revenue onlj. yiaj,-Itot(- on "I inter-Vtiu- Neptune, To hire a calm ocean." And with a calm motion lie itlUed tne coinuoUon, And made a calm ocvan. I've a notion, Bald the while, 'Bmtd The world It nllnl with the wotklrrlul, lautl-fu- l and intrlfate Intrullont oi nun, yrl all the cuiuhlued talent and grnlu. Ihtt the world hat ever known hit never produtvd anything tbtt can coiuptre with 'lir. Iltnn'e Itrmrdirt' Medtral skill aud atienee hate, at let, lallrd to dletufer rs any thing riiuil to thrm. tor the cure of the Ae their for which they are riwiumrnded. prtlerd by Ihouundt throughvlrtura and uiwe are out the length and hrradth ol the lanJ, aud at btaudardlauillr Mrdlclnet, thry cannot be anl are fully tuUtantlitr.1 by the tlrong-e-at tretlmonlila. For (bought, Coldt, Croup, llroorhlili, Chntump-lio- n and all IHweieai ol the Throat aud Lungt, by other Hurt. The O. A M. It the only Use wllh 4 Dally Trtlnt trout Cincinnati In Hi, fouls, miking direct coonrcltont In the Union !eput (it Hi LoulOwllh Miuourl Facllle Hallway, HI. Louie. Iron Mountain A Houtbrrn llallwiy, Chlctgu & Alton Kill, road, Chlctgo, llurltngnm A Uulucy lullrved; K. okuk A ht. Loult ltallroad, Wabaib, ML laulid Facile ltallroad, Mlowurt. Kanaaa A Tetat Hall way, ht loul A dan Frmcltru lullwiy. lnngis Pitt rtdllSllS Ully JSif" "" ,'hlr,tB ltoul"" Twsllourt tjwa Time on the c.i.. and Iret chtnge uf ran Impren Thit Upon Yonr "Memory. ,W. la the only line by which you The O. can grl through care Irum Cincinnati toHU Ixiula paying tltra lars In addition to money without paid fur ticket. Fur tickets, rttre, or any Intoiniallon, call on THE BEST ' "TobaieaounmijUonj" Aud Uien with hii taU He broke the calm ocean (Twat not a calm motion). And made a commotion AH throuHh the calm ocean. OF ALL LINIMENT! FOE HAN AUD BEAST. a h Ticket Ageuli of connecting lines. -I- N f 1'lrate rail at U Walnut tt, iS Wrti Fourth it., tlrind Hotel, (or Depot fool of Mlllitrret. IJIaeaaet, V. n, 8IIATTUC, W. W. I'KAllODY, (len'l rJuperlntendeut, Hen I l'a ateuger At Uho Clnnii'ri Cure. Cincinnati. Agent, LeLanon, Xy For Itheumatltm, Neuralgia, Hpralnf, Hrulaceand J. 1). HILL, rlwtlllngt-a- n rilrrml application for man or Fur Liver Complaint, llyiprpila, IndlgrttlonJaun-dire- , Cunttlialloii, Sour nloinarb and all lllllout ITho Dr. Ganii'H Cough Nyrnp. rtnrlnnivl'l Dr. LUcr Uul Uho It Dr. tiauu'H Itliitiiicul. Ilcmorrholdt, llurnt, FUtula and all ForPllet, KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. dry-goo- :i...., er o tow-sa- I tr iulio-ductio- ul TIIV POPULATION OP TUKOLOBR. According to MM. Behni and Wag-ner'tevotterwiy tier I'rde, Europe has now a population of 315,929,000 Asia 831,707,000, Africa , AuumcA.95,-103,000Australia anl Polynesia 43 1,000, tho Polar regions 82,000, giving u total of 1,455,923,000, being on iucreaso of 10,778,000, according' to the latest knonn censuses. At tho end of 1877 Germany had a 13,00,0, Austria and Hungary (1879) of 38,000,000, Franco (1870) of 30,900,030, Turkey in Europo of Bussia of 87,900,000. In Asia, China osCB8ee 431,900,000 inhabitants, Hong Kong 130.141, Japan 31,300,000, according to the census of 1878. Tlit British possessions iu India nunilMii 240,200,000 people (an estimate made lie ore tho census ot this year), tho Freuoli possesions 280,000, Cochin China 1, 600,000, tho East Indlau islands 31.800,-e0tho islands of the South Sea 878,000. The area of Africa is estimated at 2 square kilometrea, divided an follows: Forests aud culthated land, 0,300,000; savannahs, 0,235,000; BtepjM-M- , 4,200,000; deserts, 10,000,000. Tho tu habitants of British North America Hum ber 3,800,000, ot tho United States 50, 000,000, ot Mexico fl,485,000, und ol Brazil 11,100,000. Tho Polar regiom extend round tho Arctic Circle with an area of 3,859,000 square Lilouu'tios, aud tho Antarctic regions ubout 000,000. The population of the former is small, with tho exeeptiou of Jceluud, which has 72,000, and Greeuhuid 10,000. -J- mu.Io, popula-tinnipM3,- 9 ttmllar dlteaare, For moro tlian n tlitrdof nccntnrrtlin rtleilcaiialu.lnMfr L,liilmeutliaatoen 9 kuuwn to uiUiloiia ull over thu world ua tho only Bate rellunoo lor tlio relief oil nccl'lontu anil naln. It U a moUlolncC I ftbovo prlcu uiuf praise the bet t of Ite I ainui aruruvt-r- iuiuiuiuAu;ruaiuuiiE iiuu IIho Dr. tiaun'H Uho Pile Ointment. ct ir rat -- THE MOST DKdlKABLE ROUTR Fur Freeh Cute, Ilurut, Uleen and Old Born, T-O- Dr. Giiiiii'h IIItlor-NHCOlulmciil. CI1VCI1V1VATII And decidedly the Fopulsr Itoute, affording, as It does, leu rhsngtt and tupetlor aecommodatlsst to MEXICAN ! Mmtanir I.lnlmcnt U without nn crranl. I fleall und li.uaclje to li'iie leuctretce maUlnp; tlio oontlnii-- l ery Ijuuo Bunco of pain nuil lntUuwnuUon luipo.-- l UHoDr.i.itiiii'HNloniHch initiate. Manufactured and IIItlcrH by It A Ilrllible Tonic. Appttlier and Ulood FurlBer, and alto cures DyiMriitla. Indlgeetlon, Liter fuomplatnt. Malarial revere and all erlodlca! Missouri, Iowa, Xamat, Texai, Ths North, Northwest and West. In fact. If you eooteniplatea trip Id any dlmtlon, your Intereet will be Lett served by purchasing your tickets via K. 0. and Cincinnati. zTralnt each way 1; Full . man l'alacetart; Llrgant Maw Dar Ooachee, and handtoiusly furnlthed lteclinlng Chair Cart lor m ths untqualed exjulnments of thlt Did Helliblt, thereby utklng s trip over thlt line ons si luiu-rlo- ut cuinlort snd pleaturs. Try II. TIME TABLE. IN EFtKOf DF.O. l. I Ml. ttOl'TU. Lve. Cuvlngton 11 11 tr tale lalblo. Its iirocla upon t tlm Unite ( tui. luguzictui uro equally woniUr-- l Ilinnunllt-tliunil- l "W. K:. GA3ST3ST, 3VT. X)., Role proprietor, Montlcello, Ky. CAM order! U-- lt by mall will receive ptotopt atleutlon. MUSTAMQ Liniment Is necilrd by eomtboily In every homo, livery day brlnemiuwi of tlte mrou v of an awful aculil or burn Btnbdutd, of rlicuniatie martyr J or a valuable lioree or px Itavcd by tlio bcullug power ot thlj I I I GHESnPnKED Kentucky's Oil No. a-- I No. 4. I Ns.. Route LINIMENT which upopillly cures tuclt allmcutn of tho 111 MAN 1'l.L.ilI o Hliuuiiiatlem, Hrclllii(;. Ollfr Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line running Mia IHp ml lOOpua Enst esluiouth. ItOin 4 10 p in Vllpu Cinlhlins... 10 60 a m iO)p ullOMfiril a tu 6 43 p ul0 40pot ' I'srlt Arr lnlugtou.M.. IT IS p in 6 8S p ni UTOpnt I 11 SO Lvs. Lrilogton FULLVAN NEW SLEEPING OARS Arr. Wlnchetltr. Ml. blerllog. Athlaud " lluntlnguin... TKlpn llTApta 21 p IV 120 p la 12 IV IU W p m 1143tni 101 DU l 7 51 puli OS u No. I. iMsm Mo. a. Nustu, Lve. Huntington,. 11 Joint, tontraetcd mid Nralde, OU., JMutcIet, llurm llruler nllil Mpretui, I'lilaouon mice anil .. Old htluKe, htlHtieee, Norce, CTIcrre. Vroar ItIalut. Note SliiU, Cat att, and ii Indeed etery furui uf ateraul It lieeil wllliout ecere. For UiuJimiTi; Cukation it rarea Nralne, Nwluuy. ritlir Joint., I'uuixler, Ilerntit Hnrre, llouf !! reeet, Hot, .Screw iVoriu, Ncab, Ilulloiv lluru, beratclire, IVIud- Nuavin, Tliru.li, lllnp,boiic, Rallt, I'oll V.vll, Him upon ulliei- - ailment tlie hlalit and to which the mcupanle uf the Mtable and Mock ltid are liable. 'IUo Meilcan AIuetaiir I.luluient always cure and nuvtr tluuppotuU) and ft Li, iiosiUvely, Ule-rm- A SOLTDTRAIN LoiiImtIIIc, CiiitiuiiHlittuilI.tx. liiKloii, Ky., " Athlind. 7 a in MUbterllng II Mam " Wlnchetltr . II 21 p u Arr. Islington ... Lve. Usilo.ton..... 11 No.. (Mam 14 WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting In asms depot with fait - Inlut iliir 3Sre77- TaTorls.. The Direct . CIS p m MAYSVILI.K D1VIH1UN. Nu. Li UsIngumAput. Arr. Mtysvlllsl lopia or Nu. 10 V Haitviitesuusm. " Lesingtoo R soau No. II ' 1'irlt D'iUaut. Maytvllls 43aut No. II " Matvllle IT 40jim Lsalngtun 6 M pig Arr. Covington " 1'arlt. ..., Cyuthtana.. ' Faluioulh.. nipu a iu p is SUpn S 00 Mau 10 a u p ia tUpu Warn 43 s n 13 a iu It a in is a iu 13 63 lliu Warn Tspiu sftpw pm put loute to Lynchburg;, ville, Norfolk, Dan- THE BEST OF ALL rime as All dlieues resulting from nervous deMIitr, mental anxiety, degression of eptrlt and functional derangement of nervous iratem, cured by German Invlgo-ratoFor le by fi" adTertUcment. Penny & McAlitter, telf-ilms- e, r, LINIMENTS F02 Tim OU BXAST. ton. Fullotan bleeper from and For llcktlt aid lurthcr luformallou, apply Id lurlor cart frou Lexlogioo Kiuiwba FtlU Only to ClnclnnatL your nesetl ticket omce, or sddrete three itops. Not. I snd J lun dslly, stcept through coschet frou MuntingtoD JAMIM C.V.HNHT. and Mt. Hlerllng. lilrtcl connection at Lsilngtoa Utnl. Wnl.ru Agent, wllh tlsgrs for Illcbnioud.Ky., lawrenieburg.ty,, 310 W. MhIh Nl Uul.rlll.. Ky and Vrwlllet,Ky. il W. BENDKIt, 0 u BROWN, V, W.NMITII, II. W, I'ait'f A t. (J.ui Fait, d '1 kt. Asa. lltu'l biitluUudut. tlan'l Manager, tlensrsl omcei, Covington, Ky, Ulibuoud, Vlrgiult, hundayi All Virginia and North Carolina 4 rout dally, eicrpt parlor tar has through coachtt8 tuMsriville. No. tout blerllug snd ruutdallfj bat elenantday roach from Wuhlng. l'olnts. No. 6 runt dally, snd hit dsy roe chit from ttl to Wathiogton, l'ulliuiu Hlespert to Kim. wba rillt. W Vs. and lteclinlng Chair Car to Lei. Ington rilops only st ttstloni on K. C K. It. where lluts ie gtvsu. No. 3 rum dally, etrept hundtyt hat through roacbra to Huntington. No. ambition. J,. Mt