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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 11, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883051101_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: May 11, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r " r t !' ft) I ' mm 1teilfl MBER ntrfio 11, 1883. mifnaL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER n, jtfnjB '!. .1 4 VOLUME X.-NU- 510.- - STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY great work lo be dons. L16. KA H TRnN KK.XTVCIl T. We V liivriallrii to reallts anything of the mountain counties meant r Jt ii6ltlftft the tint mineral and slvan wealth of the moiinliim of Eastern Kentucky. Men of science hare made careful and frequent T R WALTON. Butlntu Managtr examination of that taction and have lee. liiietl VmiMim amtf Friday, coal to tlieJnestlmaM rlrhe of the Ifon, and tlaiher which tliersl awaltfthe -- at2S K building of Iron road. " 8'J.fiO 1I3H ANNUM. Thla district which no ahounda In coal, arrieaes don't sand stsnips In payment of sub Iron and timber ti not confined to Kenscription, sitepl ta mats rhante, snd then ofde. tucky alonr, but includes tartlona of Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina,- - area BOIUIHKIl It li almott barren of transportation fec'Wr-- 'j P. WALTON, Editor and Propnttor . jyS3wf Archhwt OrSk'rriis glvcnpernilsi ion to Mwsn. Williams nntl Crosby, of JJoeton, to erect ami put In work ing order in ono oi tho rootni of the Capitol their electrical arrangement whlelf iias'hcen designed t6 register and record T0tM(of. parliaraentar 11 bodies. tills iri'tom, A yea and nay callioi tho House of Ileprcscnta Uvea eaa I made- in leu than a min ute. The machine print tho namo of each raerqbar and indicates on what tido no votes. It also indicates the abtentcea and thoie who are paired. Under the present svitoni it takci over IialGaa hoar to do this. A roll call, lo IbSw'who and' how many members aro present, which now takes twenty-fivminutes, can bo dono in less than naif a minute. In cases where the minority may want to by filibustering, tho electrical system,, of course, can bo temporarily laid asldo. Tho peoplo of Norway, Sweden and Denmark, when they como to this country, seek the Northern States chiefly, aAdiKjuie w'j Cad thou moat ''Miaocsota, Iowa, ' Illinumerous J nois, WisoMtta sad Dakota. In Minnesota there aro 107,708 Scandi-navitsettlers, and their children born.'in tha State aro very numerous. It is estimated that there are in the whole country $00,000 persons who were born in Scandinavian countries, and that the total Scandinavian popuy lation is over 1,000,000. la there aro only 18!) of theee In Minnesota, tho republipeople. cans hold the Btato solely through the Scandinavian vote. The preachers of the Scandinavians preach politics very vigorously, and constantly instruct their congregations that it is a deadly sin to voto the ticket oi any party not in control of the general and State governments. The republican politicians of Minnesota keep the preachers well up in this line of work. The other day the republicans of Norfolk county, Virginia, nominated a county ticket, and selected Dczendorf as tho nominee for Treasurer. Mahono did not like the arrangement, and in u oil an order annulling tho nominations The republicans paid no attention to the little "boas" and he'got the Federal offi cials at Nortolk together and told them thoy must defeat the Dezendorf ticket, because it did not please him. and was not in accordance with the views of. the Pederal Administration. The couiequenoe is that the Federal machine will be set in motion to kill ticket at the election tho on the 24th of this month. Perhaps President Arthur, having signed the Civil 8ervico Commiision Bill, may s draw, (ho reins on Mahono, and he will do nothing ot the kind. Courier Journal. Tako a waxed mustache, a cigar-etta tightly fitting vest, n Derby bat aud rattan stick, a gilt chain 'cross tho breast, well oiled hair and pointed shoes, a pairofipindleshanks, an empty head, impudent stare, and set themup in ranks, then all these ingredients .crude mix together to Oreckeoridge News. form a dude. n Ken-tuckanti-Mahper-hap- ir:. AtkNew York, Mary Keith, aged seventeen, fearing her young sailor husband, from whom iho had not heard for some time, had been drowned, poisoned herself. When found she had the picture and letters of her huibasd pressed to her heart. Mia, Carter, of Bellaire, O., says in br jppVfeatiw for divorco that her husMtaLt eevpelled her (o swallow spoowWiwttJns, long strings of wrap pingau. Had marbles ua punishment for eWilingfat other railroad net) as they passed tin house. SobmT people take great care to tell the editor not to put their names in thogjjfj.ibut they scan .every column next morning lo seo if it is in, and look; aaur !Q they don't find it. IlarrUon, Louisville, says: "I used Brown's Iron Bitters for in digestion, and found it what it was ' recommended to be." Many a man who has married for good looks alone has discovered, when too late, that a thing of beauty Is a Jaw, .foreyw. JJJ. 7 Now public attention ia turning iaJthM direction, The completion of Hw Knox? v llle branch of the taulavllte A Nathvllle will he the beginning of important changea Thli line louche thei Western edge ot the mineral district, but does not go through Iho heart of It, a would have lieen the caw had Morrlslown Inttead of ICnoxvllle been in objective point. Yet It will at once open a number of valuable coalmine; it brlnga illrecllv Into the market of acre of timber, and eereral -gauge road are already marked out, which will change the face of the country. Hut other road are also projected for the purpose of getting a part of the valuable Imalnera which In the future muatgrow up In tlifoe mountain. On of these ia the Carolina, Cumberland (lap tnd Chicago, which la to extend, with It 'connection, from Charleston, fl. C, through Aik en, acioM the lower corner of North Caro lina, thenr through Kaalern Tennessee and Cumberland Gap to London. There It strike- the Louisville A Nashville aecurlng a Loutavllle A Chicago connection, and also a connection, via tha Kentucky Central, with Cincinnati. Thla la a consolidation of several companies and corjKrat!ona, What mean have been ob tained to execute these projecta we do not know, but that a line varying little from Ihl one aa we have drawn it will ultimately open the Carollnas to Louisville, satljat theaameliaedo much 16 make available the natural wealth of the mountain?, we have no doubt. Another propoaed road Is called the Kentucky Union, and is to be extended frum Lexington, by war of Winchester, on through the uountaini to AblngJos, Virginia, on the Norfolk and Western road. Work, we are sutured, will shortly begin near Winchealer, tnd on May 10 Clark county vote on the proposition to give to the ' Kentucky Union Ilailroad Company the right of way and to exempt It from taxation for twenty years, and there ia little doubt it will be carried with substantial unanimity. The line a proposed rnna through Clark, Powell, Wolf, Breathitt, Perry and Letcher, thro' Ponnd Gap into Virginia. Thia road ia the scheme of the Dodge syndicate, which own 700,000 acre of timlier and mineral land along the line of thla projected .road. The managers assert that thi road I to be puahed with energy and determination, and they apeak in the niott confident terma of ita prospect. There are other road which are turned in the direction indicated, among them the Hichmond A Three Forks, and Frankfort, Georgetown A Paris, but we can now do no mere than refer to theee lines in the moat general way. What the resource of the tuanagera are we do not know. We mention there enterprises aa indicating an awakening which ia full of promise for the State .of Ktntocky. There are obstacle to overcome, undoubtedly, before thla region can enjoy the tramportatlon facilities of Penntylvania, and yet thirty years ago what ia now the great coal and iron region of America had no railroads. Kvery time there is a reduction of the $2 a ton, some fursice In price of Pennsylvania cloaca permanentlv. Slowly will the centre of the iron empire move Weat and South, but it moves with all the certainty of gravitation. lo thete mountain ate the finest cannel coals' iu the world, the very best iron ores, excellent coking coal, all within easy distance of each other. Kven now car loads of the fa tuous Cranberry ores of North Carolina, which are said to be the best In the world, are carried to Pennaylvania,when they had just as well be amelted at furnacea in these moifntaina near the coal fields. It ia stated authoritatively that iron can there be made at $8 25, and Col. J. It. Klllebiew, in one of bia official reports, my a one of the richest deposlla of thia ore occurs within few hundred yard of the Cumberland Gap, and extend without a break twenty miles along the mountain half a mile in width. "Thla ore," be aaya, "is raised with powder and thrown out in large, broad abeeta. It I here hard and mivlve. The whole cost of raitlog thi ore at Cum berland Gap and depositing it in the bridge loft ready for amelting Is one dollar a ton." Thla would Indicate that if a $1.14,-00- 0 furnace can in Tenneiee make $S4,-00- 0 in one year, It might near Cumberland Gap with thi ore at fl, make $134,000 per annum. The testimony of experts and of the of ficials of two States all runs in one direc tion, There la do longer any doubt that with proper transportation facilities this region would soon be one of tbe moat productive in the country. Kich as are the mineral resource of the mountains, scarcely lees valuable are the primeval forests. It ia somewhat aatoniihin( to be told, as Prof. Procter tella us, that "fifty per cent, or the area of Kentucky is la primitive, forests, abounding lo tbe most valuable timbers," and he mention five varieties of oak, maple, ash, yellow poplar, black walnut, hickory, lynn, beech, chestnut and red ceilir. At Willlsuwfcurg, on tbe Knoxvllle read, aa extensive saw milt has been HtsbllsheJ, and in other localities smaller mills sre st work. It will take much capital to develop these wtural sources of wealth, buteepkel 1 always forthcoming when there ia a thou-aannarrowaye-terpig-iro- n tic. The opening of VlKtVLXKSi anii nvnrrvi.HEii ot DARBYS CUffKK. a new era Since coffee iKmscaaes the quality o( for the fltate of Kentucky. The Industrie which in the next few year will grow there stimulating the netvoua system, it is a will be Imllded on a rock. Capital will matter of oourso that iu many cases its come to open mines and erect furnscel and effect is rather injurious. Phlegmatio A Haasstioltl Article fur Cnlrtrisl fell the forests and construct the road, people, especially, need coffee, and thoy Ust. because. thete land is cheap and coal and aro fond of drinking it ; for a similar For Kcatl.t and Iron abundant and the forrala boundless, Typhoid Fevers, reason it is a favorite beverage in the Eradicates J I'ilS Diphtheria, We wlU'liavecnal mines and Iron furnace Orient, whero its consumption is imTAerrntrd and saw mill, not because of" the iarifT, hut mense. But if persons of an excitablo RoroTlirnst.Rmall because Iron ran be made there cheaper teraeramcnt tho enjoyment of coffee is Itix, Measles, and than It can be made In Pennsylvania, and hurtful; they ought ouly to take it very k on Iti Sick thuuM u li frrdjr Scirkt 1'trtr Ki Because timber can be had cheaper than in wesk. With lively children it does not f knnn i tprrsd ntrt lh fluid was arf Ytllow IVvtr hat Ucn curt J llti ii uJ anr the Northwest. We have no doubt (litre agreo at all, and it is very wrong to tilark Tomlt had takrn place. The wont things are so, and we would have no confi- forco them to drink it, ss is often done ; tun of lJif.hihf rU yltld lo II FeTeredandfilckl'er. hMALIM'O.T dence in the growth of iron industries In while elderly people, who are in need of sons rrfrnned and and ok, HedHorraprarent. 1'ITTINOnf Small theSoulh were they not true. We want to a stimulant for the decreasing activity f.d .bT S1!':lne w"h ro l'ltr.VKNTr.n see iron made here, because here It can Vxthjt Kluld of their nerves, are right in taking as Impur and nud "'AnKmlwrcfmrCim. Air toade to the beat advantage and at the least much ot it aa they choose. 'n ''h it' s purlb.1. harnln For or. Throat II l ?,'??'" I used the cost. Pennsylvania will not yield her suIn household of limited means it is lure curt. premacy without a alruggle. Recently Centaalon destroyed "j - "''". was not often necessary to use auccory with !,0,,, yor frosted Fit. 'I "f1- a""1 conceptions have been made to the furnace Chilblains, P' ln " coffee. We do not pretend to proII Chafloa-- . etc. " men in Pennsylvania by the owners of the '' PHABMAGI3TS Rhramatlsm eud nounce this, if taken in moderate quanore binks, by the owner of the coke oven HoftWhlteCoinnlex- tity, hurtful ; but we do say tha. it is a ions ucurtd by iu iih, and by railroad in matter of transorta-tfon- , Hhlp Fcrer prtrtnted. poor substitute for coffee, and that there To purity tl Ilreath, and there is a reduction of $2 in the Diphtheria, Mi Cloanati the Teeth, Books, U nothing in it to Recommend ita use. A It eaa't L Kuroatud. Thla ia the tendency, price of Artioloa: ht Prevented. far better mixture is milk .and sugar ; Catarrh relieved and I and it Is soon to be determined, not by rea cured. I'hyijclsni' prrscilptlons accursttly fotnOiin.leJe).'j Erysipelas cured. soning, hut by the Irresistible logic of and there is good reason for it ; both Also Horns rrlitTcd loitantly. The physicians here ' .4 milk and sugar aro articles of food. ' m Hsmavsjwavtsi i )Df.Tcm. t oc-can be made cheapevent, where Iu IJa,bw llaid I JKUKL.KUS1 I eufulfy loth. Irtat- est. In thia contest Kentucky ia profound- Milk contains tho same ingredients as SS!2?fUJrf"pldlr m.ntofUiphthCTU. ly Interested. Shohaa but begun to devel- blood ; and sugar is changed in the ""ijJpWaSMSn' An Antidote for Animal Grtcn.tow. Ala body into fat, which is indispensable to or Vtgttauta I'oitont, op her natural resources. Public attention : am Largest Slock of Watches, Teller JrU.I up. Sllngt,dc bit timed to the State. There la a spirit of us, especially in tho process of breathClocks, Jcvrelrj & SIlTerwarc,, ,,, I ntd the Fluid during Cholera prtrtnted. cur prcttnt affliction with Clrrrs purified and investigation abroad; her claims, which a ing. Having taken no food through tho htaltd Scarlet Ferer with de Ever broug hi to this market. Prices Lower than tided advantage. caiesorilrathit short time ago were considered preposter- n'ght, tho loss our blood baa suffered the Lowett. Watchee, Clocks snd Jewelry Ills Inshould be wed about isditpenuble to the kick. on short notice snd VVsrrsntH. ,,i ous, are now earefully and critically exam- during sleep by perspiration and the Wm, f Sand- the corpse it wiU room. prevrnt any tmpleat : fat which has been lost by respiration soso, Kyrle, Ala. ined. The change which the railroad In i am imni thirty-yearThe eminent Phr. have wrought in the I'enntyW must be compensated for in the mornalrlan.J.MAllION ScarletFoTorl SULS, L 11 New vanla coal and iron regiona can be repeat- ing. For this milk and sugar in coffee Tork, savt "1 am ed in Kaalern Kentucky in the next twenty-f- are oxcellont. convinced Prof Darbyl Curod. . Prophylactic rluid ii a years. The display from thia secive It is good for cldldren to hare a taste I valuable diinfecunt," tion at the Southern Imposition will o for sweetened milk or iu the TanderbUt Onlveraltjr, Kashrltle, Tnn. who imsgioe they know morning. 1 tettlfy to the matt excellent qualities tonlsh even those Wo roust not And fault with of Prof. Uattys FrophyUctic Fluid. At a dialnfecunt and something about the State. Courier-Jou- r them if thoy liko it. Nature very wise determent it U both theoretically and practically upetMW which I nal, May 3d, J8X ly gave them a liking for sugar ; they quainted. to N y preparation ProfithChemlttry am acT LurTtiK, UXV1KNT Darby Fluid Is Iterommended by need it becauso their pulse must bo lien Alsxandks II. htiria,of (Jeoraa. Tho first mention nf a Look in the quicker, their respiration stronger, to Ker. Ciis. K Dtin, U.U., Church of the Strangen, N. V.; Rililo is in Oonesis v. 1, where it is imfacilitate the assimilation of food in los. UConts, Columbia. Prof.,irnlreniiy,S.C. Key. A. J, llATTU, Pro, Mercer UniTenity, plied that some kinds of records were their lodios, and also to promote growth. Key. Oeo. F Pisses, Bishop M. E. Church. kept from'the very days ot'Adam. 8om Not that adults need no sugar, bat tho ijansrENqAnr-r- . f.vehv home. 3.. Perfectly hartnUit. Uted loumally or think that tho books of Job was written sugar necessary for them is formed eatetnally for Maa or Dealt. ' Im Desires to call attention to the Largt and Comrrthinslre Stork f The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we earlier than the book of Moses. With- from tho starch contained in their food. hare abundant e ldence that it lui done ever) thing Groceries, ProrlHlons, Conrccllonerlca, Tobacco, CigarH, out doubt, it tho tiiuo ot the For this purpose tho digestive apparahere claimed. For fuller Information et of your to f litutg'M a pamphlet or send to tbe proprieton, tus must bo strongly developed. With patriarchs. Which be keeps always on hand. Make, a specially ot Handling O00J1 at Wholesale on Small Profits. J. n. ZEII.IN CO., Goods delivered wltkln town limits free of charge. Books in tho earlier ages ucro written children this is not the case ; therefore, Xlanufacturln Chemitu. . u on tho leaves of the lupyrus, on skfus, thoy are given sugar, instead of the al on cloth, on tablets of stone, ot wood, ol starch to make it from. Many diseases; PBOFESSI05AL 'H lead and of brass. Among the Hebrews, particularly rickete, prorailing mostly J j. w. Baorrx. tho sacred books wmp usually written among tho children of the poor, are the silt u. noanrrr. .t BUHDETT & nnoWN, on skinr prepared liko tho parchment l consequence of feeding tho child with A.T TA-W- . 4l ' modern times. To form even ono prin- bread and potatoes ; these contain ATTORNEYS r SIT. VERNON, KV. -SS.I cipal section ot tho liiMe, many skiu starch, it is true, but, tho digestive apDEALERS IIV- wrlt-tc- u paratus of children being yot too weak r. w. vaaaoM. hud to bo Hewed together. When wallack x. vaasotc. T. W. ft W.B. VAnNON, ujkji), tho ronuected pkin or vol u mo to change them into fat, tho result is tot ATTOHNEYH A.T XiA."V. was rolled upon a round piece of wood, that tho flesh falls away and the bones STANFORD. KV. Offlre In Owaley & Son's Dew bulldlns up stairs. or, if long, upon two pioccs from the two grow soft and crooked. M. PEYTON, But ho who, to promote digestion, Tho reader, therefoic, unrolled cuds. . 1. ATTOKNEY A'I TjA.'SV, tho Iook to the place lie wanted, utul takes coffee immediately after dinner, STANFORD, KV, Will the tilirtior and ad- rolled it np again when tio ceasod to docs best not to use sugar or milk for Joining nraellealnsnd the buperlorIinroln and Court counties Court ... both, so far from holping digestion, are ol Appeal. Special aiteutlun gtren to collections. read. (fjo Lukq iv. 17 20.) Tho umce on Lancaster street. 113 thus rolled npon (lib pieces of wood an additional burden to tho full stomach, ALEX. ANDEBBON, .. 7 could 1k caxily tied and sealed. (See and disturb its labor more than coffee ATTOUNEY A.T XiA."V, can lacilitato Iuoiuli xxxix. 11 ; Daniel xii. 1.) DANVILLE, EY it. J'opular Science Will practice la the Courts of Bojle and sJJolniog Tho labor of waking, sropyiug aud Monthly. , oooBUes snd ln the Court of Appeals. multiplyingbook bythand was very u. rian. , A SUATTBRBD 110VSE. :lt great. Many person's sjcutUieitYwhol At X,t-vtl Tnl.n l.l.n. " ant.t ttia fnnn,! B.l.l And Mailer Commissioner llockcaiile Circuit Court r g lives in this toilsomo nork. As the MT. VERNON, KY. Soods, Will practice In the RockrasUs Courts. Colleo roquircd colleague, Thomas Jefferson, speaking of tho sacred writiug . . Uons a specialty. Office lo see IK great care, iu orth-- r to aoidAcrrora and of the Cougress which issued tho DeclaI.EB T. HUPrMAN, ration of Iudopendonco, "John Adams to make the booksreodaUeTperitousliad jjxn STANFORD, KY. to bo trained to the task. Indeed, the was our Colossus on the floor. Ho was cloutb sld nor remarkably Office Mysrs IloteJ. Mala btrset, two doors above copying of the Scriptures came to bo a not graceful nor elegant the sacred art. Iu this wuy arose the pro- fluent, but ho camo out occasionally Pure Nitrous Oilda tJsa ailmlulitared when required. fession, and as may be said (lie learned with a power ot thought and expression canto of tho Hcril. As tlic--r hail the that moved us from our scats." Blue-GraAn illustration ot Mr. Adams' force oi Valuable cam of tlm rolls; of tolunieiuf tho, law, ot speech they were sometimes called lawyers. language and striking figures FOK HALiE! Not only did they ruako copies of the was given to Daniel Webster, just beI oS'er (or sale my Farm of H03 Arret, situadeath. ted user Wslnut Flat, on IbeBltBlord 4 Crab Orsacred text, but they claimed to explain fore tho veuerablo chard turoplke, 3 miles Iroia utsnford. About 40 WITHand (thus acquired i great iutlueuca Mr. Webster called ou Mr. Adams at his Acres In cultlvatiou; balaoca ln grau. Qood spring, it, ' J'Yom our, Lord's re- 'home in Quincy, and found him reclin- plenty good timber and well adapted to stock; In a with thorpeoplo. good neighborhood. Will sell st a bargain tbt his dsy wo learn ing on tho sofa, breathing with great a bore tract of land SD4 give possesalon at any time. proofs to'tCo SfldlH-ao- f For further particulars, Inqvlre of J. B. Owiley, difficulty. btsuford, Ky or writs to mo st Davllla. Milan that they did not always uso (licfr county, Tsxas. IW-J. JIKSUX FlMil. am glad to see you, sir," said Mr. for good. Webster, "and I hopo you aro getting The chief Scribes among tho Jows Eepresentativa Newspaper of tbe Bouth. wero teachers. Iu tho outer court of along pretty woll.J' THK WEEKLY "Ah, sir," answered Mr. Adams, tho Temple theru wero many chambers, in which thoy pat oq clovatod platforms drawing a long breuth, "qnito tho cont ur aud overlooked their pupils, who sat on trary. I find I am u poor tenant, occu-the lower platforms, and thus at their pying a house much shattered by timo ; AN OROAN OF it sways and trembles with every wind, feet. When wo reuieinlxr the wars, tho and has, in fact, gone almost to decay, captivities aud tho iwrsocutiqns of tho and what is worse, sir, the landlord, as Jews, we may well consider tho safe- near aa I con find out, don't intend to keeping and banding down of the sacred ui&ka aiiv reuairs." Am Em kuv Or records to modem, times as.amoug.thQ 'Papa, liow tlo (UihirH get in froo at MONOPOLIES, 0LIGARCHISM wonders of Divino Providence. Golden all tho shows?" "Well, sonny, as a 'general rule they give $23 worth of adDIUH'T WAST TO HE PARTICULAR- - vertising for a ticket," THE 8PIHIT OP SUBSIDY I A Detroit lady, with a heart full ot As embodied lo A frou weighing tlfty jxiuuds was charity toward tho poor, received a call killed near New Orleans. a few days sinco to visit an old man in tho eastern part of" 'Iho city who was Catatth la the sevd of consumption, sod the represented Jo bo gxeatly in ,ncedj unless taken In time la a very dangerous WEEKLY C0U nourishing food. 'Hhe found a'povorty-stricke- n disease. Hall's Catarrh Curs never falls Ilea no autierlor aa a irreat lantllr snd liolttlcal family in uced of relief, ami, as to cure. Price 7fic Bold br Penny A psper la lb nswsnititr world. In circulation Is taking her departure from the sho was JHAX1' TIM IKS I.AHOKH house', alio said to tho woman: One of our heat citizens would aay to th Than an Doll Heal nawananar ln tba Boutb. snd It "What can I send yon that will please public that he haa tried. Hall's Cstarrh Cure icellelby but few In tbe United aisles. II ton. , summery oi Ulna esclt tbs tho old man's opiietite ?" and It la all that la claimed for it. Price th news ofweek world,most rompiei and Its editorial columns tb (Henry Watterson. Editor-In- . Chief) ars alwsys . " Well, he's all tho timo talking alout 7fc per bottle. able, slrona and brlihl. Auionj tba t . i quaiLoutoost," waa tho reply. . tsrECIAI. rEATUHEU, f Nrtt-' Fever and Ague, lolermilteat Fsvsr, Dumb Ajus, Dyipspils, Uvsr Ars Trlrraphle Hpectsls from all lb leading points T 'PIUS I PILES I PILES I The lady went outAvitha dim susIn lb United etstea and Europe, serial aud Short Complaint, Lidigsilioa, Coli ami rius. It will Cure Coibiensit. Jt b) a tafa lb dsy. silsr delivery picion iu her mind that she had fallon in Altsrsbv end Tos.c it ntlhl and Delightful lavigsrsat for Dslicst Womes, a roverful rvcupe-nUr. Seiii'iicf's Jl'rir Blueorerv for Stories, Tslmsre'sUermoos Merest Heports, Iu Brooklyn Tabernacle, alter Uic (ramo bus Ut-i- t ilebllitatetl and mlucvd by sickness, au excellent appetizer, IWporis, Answer to very particular family, but iu the middle l'ltet Is a tadlrsl tbaasw from lbs U remedies Ion Letters, Turf snd block 1'oetry snd Pepart-uen- t Malaria, bractri up tba system, strengthens tna portal uaa, Tha Dlacamy Is lbs result of Correspondents' Depsrlmenl, Kitt tone to the dig sine I'aii', rt enls tho next block sho was overtaken by hsntoforf to of tor Children. Ho llonta In th (Vunlty yssrsofstlenticlentiflestudy and lnveitlatlco tlif illation and tUars tbe ubolc animal eoommiy fiout the seedsof dlaeae, Tbe alUbtwt should b without IU Uis the woman, who hod run after her to Into to rbarsctsr of this painful dlieas. To utur It of fever may bo a rtlmle tu lit) worst, and tbe remtnly that would conquer It wldlat It SVHUCHIl'TlOX TKHMbt ct no value when It U at Its lull development, lartlcu-Utlmay yeu ol ttainst merit, call on Penny A Is yet In lis Dally, 111 a yean Sun Jay, IJ a yssr; Weekly, llht)nsatoiinl whom tbe Htlferoiia InHuenceol Malaria clings In Is llila tboraao Slanford, or W. M. Wsber, Ml. Yernes, slsily cony on rest, 11.6th rlts copies, one yssr, " Wo don't waut to put- you to any and a sampls box 13.10. Alter s club ul Br hss been sent u ths Ih,, f.irtrt of Oiitnb Chilli, BrowAgus, Pslaful Splssa, sad Weak Stomach. frea ot rharjs. great trouble about this, If it isn't club rslwr esa, Ihraufbout the yaar, add sliials this preparation atatuh unrlralol, and Its good Kur Hie Cure) of all Ibr? alx.vo Idvean-for of all who no to an untimely .itrlnll.a at our lowaat elub rate 11.10 About handy to send quail on toast, you' can rrlwt' am attndril by llmunauils. and It Is rtfuuimrndM alls liy tho ablest and .! kiititf,l,.tlna. Yeaelr aubaerllillons uulr die with tbadresded dlaesas, cossuuptioii, nuLa rereivedat thll rate. Our lerius lor lew men awl ilie uiluMry send him somo on sweet cake, aud we'll Krers l, and ' (ijulitwl of IU viondciful owt-- aud lieiirO Itiowu's Eiptctorsnt hu cured every ras It has than a year sre II for tlhl months; 74 tenia TRV IT, all '" thai arv altli' put up with it I" SO cents lor three months. coax him to br six months; keea tried on wberalba dlsasa bu not been al rial ertiTia. A sample copy of Weekly CWicrsAHuaal Is sent a lowed to run bejood lb routrol of usdIHss, Bold frse of charje lor examination oa sppllcsllon. All diaeases resulting from by l'enny A McAllster, SUntoid, and W. M. Web. Liberal caab comuiluloo sllswtd raniautrs, aud nervous debility, mental anxiety, degrees er, Ml, Ysruou. outSt sent thtut fro bfchsrv. Address W. N. HALHEMAN, Ion of spirit sad functional derangement of Co., Itulsvllle, Ky. rfsldent wend lotUewlisIs somclent. Msisr neglecl A Invlgo-rato- r. nervous system, cured by German acouib wbsoa BftKent bonis of Utowo'sKapef gee advertisement. For sale by torsDt will cur you. For sal by rsooyAMf alUler, Dsmooratlo anil for a Tariff for Revenue st MoAUsitor, only. Halts in Mtcmford kvuolord, sod W, M. WsUr, Ml. Vtrsos. Peony A McAljiter, PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. WALL PAPER ! TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, .A.T tn M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S Druggists and liookscllcrs, Opora Honso Bio Stanford, Ky, 1 ." Pile. ?'. lN. ltonf& WM Drugs, pig-iro- and Panoy Stationery pig-iro- n vi BBjMWsaJsBPaRL sp Yily!yHKj 1 s I I Groceries, Provisions3 AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. &c.,; a. milk-cofle- llOOIC-MJKI.t- th K. G. BRIGHT St. Asnpli Block, to KX st-c;,-', :; . PJIILAUF-LPIIIA- A. OWSLEY & SON, Hardware and Groceries, ware, Uueensware, Glass- - vol-um- o Wooden and Willowwaro, Stoves, Grilles and Tinwarft'4 Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery,' Patent' ana uamuy Jb'iour, aames, Traces, Salt, Lime, Cement, Field Plows and Farming Implements Call and the gonuino Hamilton Plow I j. Attorney cop-lin- Court-hous- e. aunoiiois i tist, OPBBA HOUSE BLOCK. Farm ss WE ARE READY! -- Men's, Boys' & "I Children's tf Courier - Journal CL0THWG! iisr Live Issues, Living Ideas MOHAZi POBOBS. ABUNDANCE I ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT! 25-co- That Thieving Tariff BIER-JOURN- Correct Styles and Loav Prices. Bruce, 1 win & go; ut y r EDWARD WILDER'Sl 'tit eon-vi- - (t two-fifi- Courier-Journ- al STOMACH BITTERS For ly Vsnny ;i r tt . -- , Takino iato coBwdcralion th fact that Judge Owsley's entire judicial district eadorsedaad instructed for ICY. him, making no second choico and and May 11, 1883 only in the counties of Wayno Friday MoratBg, Pulaski instructing in any of tho othEDITOR er races, ho has decidedly the most w, . imre?y, complimentary vote of any of the Gubernatorial candidates. This shows DEMOCRATIC NOMINKK FOR nF.PKDJKNT-ATIVhow well ho stand where he is known aad the implicit cosfideace in whkh JUDGE TIOMAS P. HILL, JR. his own people regard him. He has lit fifteen ch!ldrenloM hundred grand d whc-Atw- Whitley County Democratic (knrention. STANFOED, -- it Phil ThmpM on Trial. The cam of Hon. Fhil B. Thorap-so- a for the murder of Walter II. Davwa called at Harrodsliurg Tuesday . and the trial immediately begun. Af tcr bia display of lyrapathy and other irregularities, it was hoped that Judge Hardin would have enough respect lor his position to have retired from the bench, blithe dkln'tand"hiiplacid and honest face," as the Courier-Jou- r nal hireling has it, still "ornaments' it. A list of the attorneys for Thotnp son was given in our last issue. Those says: for the prosecution are: Gov. J. E. "It,, is The CbunVr-Jotirna- f Cantrill, Capt. J. N. Morton, Hon. announced that 100,000 workingraen W. G. Owens and Judge Gco.Denny. will go out on a striko in tho Pitts The first effort on tho part of the burgh iron district! on June 1. There prosecution was to have the accused is no doubt theso men would liko to placed ia.tho custody of the jailer, but see some verification of tho ropubli Judge Hardin wouldn't hear to it; can pledge that 'protection always then the examination for jurors began, makes high wages and steady work.' and strange as it may appear, three TEeir wages have been cut vigorously were found in the regular panel. An all along tho lino. order for 100 additional men was Georgia peoplo seem to think that made, and thus ended tho proceedings marriflfo is tho next thine after of the first day. tho doffing of snadling clothes. A The sheriff bad his men promptly couple, who married this week at Ft. y on hand and by 2:45 p. u. on Gaines, wero seventeen and sixteen the 12th juror was obtained. years old, and tho groom bad been A scene followed, however, when one married before A pair aged sixteen oi the number got up and asked to be and fourteen got married at Dal ton. excused as he had made up his mind. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. After discussion, he was permitted to The United States Supreme Court has go. Then Commonwealth's Attorney ai'journed for this session. Shuck asked that Theodore Bonta bo Kufus Arnold accidentally shot and discharged from the jury, because there killed Ernest Gray at Burkarille. on the Northern PaclGc was an indictment against him for unAfter prolonged Railway will be finished in August. lawful shooting. Sunset Cox says he is in the race for arguments pro and con, Bonta was alNow men Speaker unlit he Is elected or defeated. so ordered to stand aside. Joel Compton, fourteen years of sge were examined and by 4:20 the requ- - waa killed at Horse Cave by a runaway site dozen was obtained. On behalf of team. McDaniel waa inaugurated Governor the prosecution, Maj. Jerry Morton Georgia yesterday. His official vote is tho Commonwealth of stated the case for 124,014. in a manly manner, asking tho jury to The reduction on woel of Kentucky lay aside all personal feelings for the kind, by the late law, amounts to 3 to 3Jc accused and invoking them in the per pound. Polk, of Tennessee, has name of the grief stricken widow and children of the deceased that executed a new bond of $35,000 and been fatherless released from jail. their verdict would be a vindication of There are forty Indictments lor forge how-evthe chastity of the outcast wife, ry against Charles Lehman, Circuit Cleik disagreeable the duty. It is al- at Vicksbarg, Miss. Timothy Kelley was convicted of par ready claimed that the jury is in Thompson's favor. One was in Capt. ticipating in the Phcenlr Pare murders Phil. Thompson's regiment in the and sentenced to he hung. overnled the mo The Supreme Court Mexican war; one is a cooper in tion for a rehearing of the Virginia and three Louisiana State debt cases. Thompson's shop and two or others are staunch frionds and supHail stones an inch In diameter fell and covered the ground to the depth of six porters of the family. The case was rushed rapidly inches at Denver, Col., Tuesday. Gov. Cutler refuses to sign the resoluthrough yesterday, the prosecution g tion appropriating $264,000 for the defense getting resting in chief and the noosac Tunnel line. into the examination of its witnesses. Joseph Politier, chief proprietor of To Mr. B. H. Iiidgely, special repre- the St. Louis has purchased sentative of the Louisville Commercial, the New York World for about $350,000. Rev. Jos! ah Henson, the original of we are indebted for the following reCase Democratic Contention. Mrs. Harrett Deecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's ceived last night: The Democratic Convention held in LibCabin, Is dead at Dresden, Canada; aged l.SjxcU! lo IU Inltrtor Jeunux I erty, Ky., May Gtb, waa called to order by ninety-fouJohn W. Whipp, Chairman of the Demom. Harrodsbcro, Kv., Mar 10, 7:S0 r. fine horse and a good Two mules a Wed-nosdaold-tim- e Track-Iaylng er n double-trackinr. nose of the arte of the studied politician and his popularity whero ho is acquainted seems but the natural tribute to deserving worth. His friends aro hopeful and confident that when his claims aro properly laid before the Convention, ho will receive tho nomination. His delegates are truo to him as steel, and will not oven con sider a second choice. We acknowl edge that his chances aro not as bright as they were put bo stands even a bet ter clianco now for the nomination than either Jones or Knott. chilchlldftn, and 17 dren. '-IF. Howell, year ago absconded from QnlncyTIlU with $10,000 belonging lo the Qulncy Coal Co., returned the other day and paid the full amount, with interest. He went to Mexico and amawed a fortune. Dan Shoemiker and Dud Ixng quarreled over a game of cards at Cornlshvllle, Mercer county, Wednesday night, when Long thrust a dirk Into Shoemaker' stomach. Shoemaker replied with a psfol shot that entered Long' heart. Roth men are dead. Suit has been brought In the Fayette Circuit Court by the Com'llh of Kentucky against the City of Lexington for $99,006 for moneys received In the Recorder Court of that city, alleged to have been re covered In the name and for the benefit of the State. Maj. Watson, Army Paymaster, from whom, it waa reported, a valise containing $21,000 had been stolen, his confessed that he started the rumor himself to cover his shortage with the Government. He had appropriated and theother has been recovered. The Civil Service Commission, according to Randolph Keim, the Chief Examiner, propose lo spend the summer in visiting the principal cities of the country examining postoffices and other government institutions. They will travel in a special car. The Western Export Association of Distiller. In session at Indianapolis resolv ed that all distillers who can do so shall at once reduce their capacity so ftr as possible until Juno 1, and after that date it shall bo obligatory on the member to reduce production 25 per rent, of their capacity. Richmond JIn aid: Fifteen shsres of National Bank stock sold last Monday at $14C 10 per ahsre. John Harvey McDowell, a prominent citizen of this county, ia I'ead. Some of our citizens went to the old Baptist church at Flat Woods Sunday They to witness an say that the ceremonies attending it are peculiarly solemn and impressive. A Washington correspondent says: "A new branch industry Is about to be estab. lished in Washington. 'Civil Service Institute' are the words painted In large gilt letters on a sign which was attsrhed to a respectable looking building on a rrou street two or three days ago. It ia apparent that the 'Institute' is to be a plsce where persons ambitious to enter the Civil Service may cram for the examinations." It Is astonishing to see the deep seated animosity one and all entertain against Miss Buckner. Could she hear some of the threats that many of the citizens have given tongue to, it is doubtful whether her repose would be as serene as that of nature on a summer morning. Une gentleman said yesterday, prefacing the remark by a big B. G: "If she were a man I verily be lieve the would hang before sundown, for there is no doubt but that she caused all this trouble. The only thing that saves heriiher sex, which we have all learned to respect." The sentiment of the community is rapidly undergoing a change, and the idea that Walter Davis waa innocent of the crime for the alleged committal of which he was slain, is fast taking hold on the minds of many, who, as time passes, are growing bolder In their expressions. With his Phil Thomp son's chief mistake lies In the fact that he killed Walter H.Davis on the strength of information received from Jessie Buck ner, preferring her smoothly worded assertions to the word $ his own wife, to whom, indeed, it is reported he utterly refused to Harrodsburg Cor. Cin. Enq listen. Theditnocfitt BltUjrjCoimty In nMM meeting, treaMieai im uenrwiouie InltWHllmbMg, StAunky.'.May fith. The meeting was raited to order by G. A, Denham, Ch'm. Whitley County Democratic Committee, and.Dr. W. M. Ilhln wit elected Chairman and Dr. A. (latllfi; was elected Secretary. ' 0. A. Denhatn, M. V. Rain, W. K. Vatnon, Joseph Gattifl and W. G. Parker were appointed to draft resolutions who reported the following : 1. The democrats of Whitley county In mass meeting assembled, renew their pledgee of fidelity to the principle of democracy and hall with delight the bright prospect of a national democratic victory slmlowed forth by the late victories throughout the North and West. 2. They demand a just recognition of the Importance of their section of the Slate at the bands of the Legislature and denounce in unmeasured terms all attempt to build Dpimonopolies at the expense or in peo ale, and especially the late legislature for attempting to turn the free water way of the upper Cumberland into the hands of a for the purpose of Iirlvale corporation atoll way. 3. They declare themselves in full accord with the movement to secure a belter school system and a letter school revenue In the State of Kentucky. 4, They invite immigration and pledge a hearty welcome to honest brain and muscle, let It come from where it may. 0. They approve of the call for a democratic State Convention to be held at Louisville on the ICth day of May 'H3. and they ask at the hands of said convention, good clean lunded men and representatives of the different sections of the State. 0. They are in favor of Chaa. D. Jacob, or Louisville, as tjieir first choice for Governor and instruct their delegates to cast the vote of Whjtler county for hlaa so long as his name Is before the convention and in the event that his name be withdrawn we are in favor of Judge Mike Owsley, of Garrard county, and instruct our delegates to voto for him so long a hii name Is before the contention. 7. They instruct their delegate to vol for J. R. Hindman, of Adair county for I.t Governor. 8. For the remaining offices they instruct their delegates to vote for the best men In their discretion, except id the race for (hey instruct their delegate to yote for any man to defeat Fayette Hewitt. 9 We select a delegates to said convention at Louisville to cast the vote of Whitley county according to these instructions, G. A. Denhara, A.Qatlifr, W. liVarnon and Geo. P. Johnson. On motion the resolutions were adopted and the IsTEBton Journal and Courier' Journal be requested to publish the proceedings of this meeting and the convention adjourned. Au-dit- Judge Owsley and eipresieJ- - no secotra chore. Ia the other raeen tftftttrftetal as E, Pnlk Johnson, ef follow: Fer Louttvlll; for Attorney Geeetal, He. P. W. A for Auditor of Public Ac counts, Fayette Hewitt; for State Treasur er, Hon. J. W. Tste; for Superintendent of Public Instruction, J. D. Pickett, and J. G. Cecil for Register. J. Pitman, Granville Pearl, John O, Jarkten, Wish Howling, R.M. Jackson, M.T. Craft, J.T. Brown, J. N. Robinson, C. R. Brlltaln, John Pearl, GeorgtT. Farla, W. It. Matthew and J. F. Rntton and L. C. Alcorn were appointed delegates, and in the absence of any dele gate Cspt, J. T. Henry wit aulhorltcd lo cast the vole of this county In said conven Hon. Hatla; H. 45. RUPLEY, ITIKItiJIIAN'r TAjsXOH, it 4 Stanford, - Kentucky, Garrard County DEPARTMENT. noirr. . HEADQUARTERS - AT - 4 P 5 "wasHX, lstiiior. LANCASTER. I.incastrr Is without a marilial. Geo Hardin resigned seversl dsys ago and the truster havo not yet appointed a nun In W. H. HIGGINS Sholf Irani ware, Iron, Spokes, supply his place. Fuller, of the Thologtral The Rv. Seminary at Louisville, will prearh at the Baptist church, this place, next Sunday morning and night. Breck Johnson Is on a trip through the mountains along the line of the K.C K. It . In the Interest of Geo. Denny A Co.' flour. Judge Geo. Denny Is at Har- Such at Oliver Plow, Moiklo and Avery Doable Shovel, e Turning and Single and Double Shovel and rodsburg engiged in the Thomson rase. No farmer should be without it. He was employed by (he nwlses to assist in the prosecution. one-hon- Horso Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, and the BrlakUy Harrow eomblaed. Farming Implements, Valley Corn Shellers, ur F.Ik I tic Billets to rtconinwaa to aiy ciutomsrs; thty gtv t sntlte sslUliellau ib4 Mllts." FJKtrlc Wtln art tb purest art oi beit tneJIfln. known inj will tK)stllTly rnrt XUoey tad Liter Complaints, rotlff tt Uol nj rtfulits Us tovsl. Mo timtly ran aOorJ to 1 without Until. Tbey will lit bunarrts or dollirs lo doctor's UIU ttsry Jttr. 8oM stJOes botUo by Penny & McAl!itr. Ur. T. W. Thoutandt Sa So. Atkins. lllrirJ, Ksniu, arllsi Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking "I titter hrttUU rrJ Evans9 Corn Drills, Hand Corn And tlto Best Pump in Tho Market, tho MayiteU Planters, Elevator. ,, U5CASTKK ADUBTHKIKST. Tho unrivalod Jowol Rango Cook Stovoa, StopStovoa, Tin HUUOISON DENTIST, LANCASTER, KY. 0re otrr CltlMnt Nattonil Pink. Offirs rrooi S lo 12 a. m. aoJ from lloir.u. BAM II. DUnDETT. i Will prutlcs In (Isrrsnl an4 Court of Appeals. hours , O. P. WAIiT EH. waro, Jjira uagorj, uaruua ana Annoaioa wiro, ' Lime, Salt, Cement, Flatter Farit, &e. A general itock of Groceries, Wooden, China and Olauware. ' ATTOUNEY At JA.W. LANCASTER, KV. "attention, farmersT lWtH lirwt hihm mb-- v ejiaeMiu -u tsitiMM nut sod lurnroootj, ana nnurr inu uraojcrairiii, w inti mr DI aJwln BOYLE COUNTT. Danrille. wu crowded with spec The court-rootators todajr to hear the opening of the testimony ncatflst Phil. Thompson, and great Interest was manifested. It was In augurated by the Introduction of witoeatei to the killing on the morning ci the 2ith, Thla was done successfully and the story of the tweedy waa graphically given In its awful detail. DiyIs extending hit hand to Thompson, turning when repulsed to struggle with the door to escape hl fale, then falling dead with a bullet through his brain, were portrayed in all their horror. At 3.12 r. M. the prosecution retted its case. The defense upon the cross examination attempted to prore but unsuccessfully that Davis had made exertions to draw a weapou upon entering the smoking car. A negro named Felix Thompson wore that he did but bis testimony was not corroborated. At 3.15 Judjfo It. P. Jacob presented the case for th defense. lie spoke nearly an hour and although his stay wu by no means eloquent, It was a clear presentation of what the defense expects to prore. The defense then Introduced several unimportant witnesses and the Court adjourned until A well-1'Obtk- d many farming utensils, provender,- - Ac., burned in W, M. nines' barn near Oakland Station, Ky. The wife of Senator Fair, of Nevads, hasaued for divorce, alleging adultery on the part of her husband. He will not contest the suit. The Florida Ship Canal Co. has been John C. Brown, of formed, with Tennessee, as President, and a capital stock v. of$C0,000,000. democrat tells the Louisville Pott that when Jacob is dropped, Owsley will get two votes in the First district, niao in the one ia the Third, eight in the Fourlb, six In the Fifth, four in the Sixth, ami nine ia the Seventh. This will give him a total of 39 out of 08 Hon, Proctor votes of the city. Kaett will get 18J votes, or all the remainder of the city delegation except kali a vote, which will go to The Joms, from Third district. ce&ty will stand probably 2 for Jones awf 10 for Owsley. Hec-on- d, fa mocracy of Whitley. They instruct xltbair delegates to use all honorable means to defeat him as his own for Auditor, but gave no reason JerTtbe desire to see him aaaihllated. Fayette Hewitt, State Auditor, wt held ia high esteem by the de t- '9oatet. HustUH fer Laurel county! She lnitruftt-- for Hob. E. Polk Johnson, lives after be had withdrawn from the John J. Knox, Comptroller of the Currency, has been designated by the President to act as Internal Revenue Commissioner for ten days. The number ef cases awaiting the aci tion of the Supreme Couit continues to Increase year by year. There are now 871 caaes on the docket. A young man named Cliff Heddcn, of Shelby, fell from his horse into e creek and waa drowned in ten Inches of water. It la supposed he had an epileptic fit. The Union Pacific Railroad Company have filed a counter claim against the Government for $2,733,889, the balance claimed to be due for carrying the mails. Judge SImrall, of Lutaville, in a case against fire insurance companies, decides that property in charge of a servant, dur ing the absense of the family, Is not vacant. Upon the occasion of the coronation of the Czar the poll tax will be reduced 10,- 000,000 rubles by the Emperor, and there will be a remission of various fines, sentence and penalties. The increase of the electrical lighting business it wonderful, contlderlug its age. There are now one hundred companies In this country, with orei $120,. 000,000 nominal capital. A negro named Watt Cox attempted to rape Mrs. Willis Haywood, of Hopkins county, but she successfully resisted him. He has been arrested and will be promptly Hspatched by Judge Lynch. Thomas A. Edison and others, repre senting a ctpltal of $2,000,000, have filed paper with the Secretary of State of New York Incorporating the Electric Railway Company of the United States. The Treasury Department ha decided that the Government ha no title to certain lands in Fernsudlna, Fia.. told for direct (ties In 18C3. The properly In controversy I valued at $1,500,000. A woman in Mublenburg county says if she live until July 5, next, the will be 116 year old. She ha been married once, cratic Committee of Casey county; whereupon A. R. Clark waa elected Chairman and A. B. Williams Secretary, and Jno. W. Whipp, Geo. E. Stone, James W. McWhor-ter- , W. V. Reppert, Philip Clemsns and II. II, McAnlnch were appointed a committee on resolutions, who after deliberating present! and read the following res olutions: Ilesolud, That Hon. M. II. Owsley is the unanimous choice of this convention for Governor of Kentucky and the delegate) of this convention to the democratic conven tion to meet at Louisville, Ky., May 10th. are hereby instructed and directed to cast tue vote of Laser county in said convention for Hon. M. II. Owsley for Governor as long as hi name I before aatd convention. That the delegates to the State Convention be and they are hereby Instructed to vole a a unit upon all question arising in said convention on which a vote may be taken, and that a maionty in all casea shall determine how the vote of this county shall be cast. That John W. Whipp. Geo. E. Stone. Jame4w. AloWborler anu it. u. wcAn-incbe and they are hereby appointed del egates by this convention to attend the democratic convention to be held at Louis ville and Geo. Williams, Ad. Browning, Tho. J. Wetherington and Win. Hatkini be and are hereby appointed as alternates to cast the vote of Casey county in said convention. That in the event of the nonattendance of any of the delegate herein nimed the delegate or delegates in attendance at said State Convention are hereby authorized and empowered to cast the whole vote of Uasey county in ssiu convention. Upon motion to adopt the resolutions as reported by the committee, the same were unanimously adopted by the convention. Upon motion of a member of the convention the following resolution was read and unanimously adopted by the convention: WuEAEis, According to a custom long Indulged in, Russell county ha the selecting of a candidate to represent the counties ol Cstey and Russell in the next General Assembly of Kentucky. Therefore be it Kuditd, That we tn democracy oi lasey county take pleasure in Indorsing the from Russell, A. P. Simpson, for said )osition and recommend blm to the people of Casey county as a man in every t respect worthy of tbelr confidence and and one who would reflect honor upon the position to which he aspires. Upon motion it is ordered that the of this convention be sent to the Jntbkiou Joohnal and Ktntudy Advocatt for publication. Ujion motion the convention adjourned. A, R. Cl.AltK, Chui. A B. Wiu.UMS.Secy. h can-dida- te tup-porOuurier-Jouma- The meeting which began at the M. K. church, South, last Wednesday, under the preaching of the Presiding Elder, Mr. Kind, will continue the balance of this week. Since Mr. Rand's departure the meeting has been conducted by Rev. Mr. Morrison, of Stanford. Four additions thus far. Your correspondent visited Harrodt-bnr- g Wedresday to take in the Thompson trial. The Jury wu completed and the opening statement made by Mr. Morton for the prosecution. There Is every indi cation of a Gerce legal contest and the bottom facts if within reach will have to come out. As Mrs. John C Johnson and her daughter Miss Ida Twidwell, were leaving for home about 2 o'clock Wednescay, the horse they were driving and the Rockaway went over the Clark Run bridge near The ladies saw Moore's old Tanyard. where the horse and rockaway were going and jumped out in time. The horse waa not much Injured but the vehicle was emaahed to smithereens. Mr. Ben Yelser on Tuesday returned from not Springs, where he ha been for seven weeks. His paralysis is much Im proved by the use of the waters, also his general health. Mr. J. R. Mturey, of Philadelphia, who has been here about a week with his family, left for Louisville, This is Mr. Maury's native Thursday. place, his father, Rev. Matthew Maury, was rector of Trinity church for many years. Mr. Frank G. Harris returned from Washington and Marion counties on Tuesday, where he purchased for June delivery 2,500 spring lambs at SI eta. Woodcock A Co. in the list two weeks have bought in Lincoln, Boyle and Garrard counties, ISO- ,000 pound of wool, paying from 20 to 25 cents. Thomas E, Wood lost eight fat hogs on Monday, from heat, be was preparing to ship a lot to Cincinnati. Bruce A Harlan on Thursday started their five- chesnut gelding, Bandford Reitb, year-ola h'all brother of Billy Bolce, by Cuyler, out of Ldy Gregory, to Mayaville. ne will visit Cincinnati, Toledo and Chicago, before his return. He will be entered in the 2:30 class at each place. Wakefield & Farris bought in Stanford, Monday, a nice bay horse from E. P. Woods at $135, and one from Jo. Moore at $90; also three two- mule at $205. J. W. Wallace & year-olCo. sold to Thos. E. Wood 201 head of bogs averaging ICO pounds at 51 cts; to same 25 cattle, averaging 900 lb, at 0 clt. d InorOrr Mi.tfnmmlralnnrrnimrd dimlt lloart. Will VtMcIt, pmtir la all too CourU of Oarruil so J sdJololDf rOOnia counties ana in ino iwiu oi a(vub. tontnsur U W. A.arriiNJ3V a.i :l.a.w. LANCASTER. KY. Buiotrr K II. C. KAUM'MAN, tin Airlcutunl (! contnJ f to toLU ttI iunt ro.uUr turh olluanllllM , la Iu4tDl 0M1J0 tb irJr lhltl mluurcbav In awvnsta - Ttn)i ran oner ift ain- ia4 tumn Urrwi lu. l niMIMVttlt t anaart it. Boinirr. Many Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. at my Mt.nl War L. W. Burdott I keep on hands at all times Itnomt a larf,alatkof & Co. Sow own anil sra running THE OLD FLOYD MILL! On PI i Rlvtr, l! milts from Dtotlll ul i', mtlMfrou Brfsnutlllo. Tbty bit put Intotbt Mill ALL THE LATE IMFBOVEMEHTS For msklnglho beat Patent Flour, but art tusktst nothing bin lb purs Btrslfbt Flour, which liu all tho element, of lbs wheat In It and itou ml only by wiUr they nuke tbelr Flour from pur toon. notUtstors. Try thslr Flour, rorssJtittbscrorerleslnSunbrJ. (ISO-II- J LandreHi's iM? a i' te ii Seeds In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of BBWlcM,CHrrlaKC,NprliiclVHBOHM,FMria Wbkob. IK Wageu, aaaasaaaiiif7T?i!jr2!EBS!SXIMlBiiCBSalAaVI9Blka FURNITURE In LHUCHHlcrnt jfei"sasLJr t raaaaahaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaslfct. Mows is, Hsr IU.s, Unlit Prills, Uroadcait Hwderi, MuUsjr llsrrows. guitar tullroad farls, 1Usi-.i- i, l'low,WilklD and IUJIu,- - Ciilllratiirs, Ctn Drill,, (lorn I'Uulars, 1'anl ("Hilars. Out n Hballtrs, Karat -crs' Mian, and roanr other llama, the "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," I.ANCABTKIt, KV. GEO.D.BUIIDETT&CO., rroprlstois LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. frnflnror ur Duruouean tato monsr br leltlb It of us st our lalll on lb Uumber farm, about two une irota iTin uTcasra. IJ CO. MELVIN Any on wltblnf to buy Lumber fur boilng, I iui also lre LAUREL COUNTT. Hsr to lurulih rlws and .tliuita of all kinds of Eoilnea, Saw Mills, Tbraaklaf Presses, Straw Slackers, Wind Mills, llors Potisra, and srloutolbar kinds ol niMklnarr. r4 London, Quite a number of car filled with are shipped from this point daily. The Magistrate of thi county will e next Monday for meet in the the purpose of taking atep toward build ing a new jail. It U hoped tbty will conclude to build without delay, The citizens of this county would b glad If Rockcastle would decide Immediately who we are to vote for In the coming Legislative race. We hope to be better represented from Rockcastle thl term than we were from thl county list session The colored republican met at Ed. William, (colored)barbershop last night, drew up resolutions and appointed delegate to the republican convention at Lexington. Their movement were quiet and meeting secret, and it U supposed tbty resolved upon some great scheme by which the democrat are to be triumphantly defeated in August, by some gentleman of ebony hue. The colored men up this way seem to ba of the opinion that tbey have a few among them who are the best men in of their party, and we are about half-watheir opinion. -- The Laurel democrats lnitriicttdfor Court-housy tan-bar- k Piitle In want of anjr loods In my tin will JOS. J. 8EYAKCE, tfc loots nothing tj stain1 uo Ulor nun bating. Laloof Cbensult, Bsteranc A Co., fiunlord, Ky., with M. ROBINSON CO.. da, mEf9mMWftatLtawmMMt w Importers ami Jobbers o( Dry floods. Notions, W7, N4, tit Main btrwot, for, Dlitb, COTJI8VIX,T-,13- , . - KIT. I,. . TO THE PUBLIC W tEnu tamx Kalaiiiii'MHrlu Toollt Harrow. will now pay special ittenlloo to - sroUBTOM OIllNlINa.110-- 1 lalsbindl drain ind lfsjr ind Wool. Hehltol ill klnJs, alto We proulM to lira satisfaction, and when dsalr4 will gtt l'ateut Flour for Wheat. Can uak liber boltad or unbollod meal. (MollnsSullaj 1'low) MeALINTKK AHALLKK. ss GEORGE D. WEAREltf, Stanford. C.UIXIV Blue-Gra- Farm For Salo! eaSBJBBBBBBaBnananananaanjpnajy, WILLIAMS, Minafers ltuttoatlll Dipot I ofikr lor salt, prltsttly, ur farm of 171 Acre laud, with a larft Ixlik and of txtollent btua-iirtram rMldcur coniUnwt, of leu rooms, wlihln mile of Its new Stanford A Fmcberttlll ilk. New orchard, fraati and medical waler In abuIncluding- a noat ndant. IuproteiatuU Unant bouao. Jo true, tug acroa, and talaoco Ttubar abundant. Church and school, houae near by, and the lielibborhood uuexeellod. It fi tint AflAulhaliuch a dttlrahla Oirlil la loraala. Till perfect. Addroea us at BliulUrd, Ky.,or call on us at Ik farm. MRN.NAKAH W. I,. W1TIIEKN, Miastr Mnrastsr Danol; K. (torn PI inter. II. WEAKEN, Manajsr Blcbuoaa Bapst r)U. c 3 -- .. ;- .. May 11, 1883 TIME CARD, ...... t IS r. w. Friday Morula. A N. LOCAL Tmmi Jtsnford going North DU111B Mall Train, Bail, j oo r. m, AeeommoMion. Dsllf Letfrs Slaafcrd going " wit Honlb txctpt Sunday. 24 i. li. ft Mr. . 0CAL NOTICES. McAtliter'a. HTArtiunn read mlied palnUi at Me Roberta A HUgg'. ALli (he color of Pianioml Dye at Mo Itobetta A Hla;'. Jon. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Vtnnj & MeAIIeter In o!e Bqr Paimti of renny & McAIUter. Fnnika Tackle at MoRoUrU A HlMl' Nick itojk of birthday emit at Penny A agent. and warranted by Penny A McAIUter. jour Soda Water. Tea cold and pure., from the new fountain of Penny A MCAiwer. paper, at renny A MeAlitter'. Watch W, Clock and Jewelry repaired Landbetr'. Qanlen Heed, In Imlk ami Or v MlM personal. 1'cxNixaTON 1 roteok. Rabra tick with Oirr. II. T. Himt and wife went to IOuUtIIU Tuesday. JammCain had hla trial TueaJay, be-C- buiW.'H. MltLfcii, of Htanford, li In fore Judxe Brown and a Jury, for aaaanll the city. Frankfort Yeoman. upon Bob Smith in the row at McKlnney, Duiuum Price, of Lancaster, I wUlt-l-- and wa acquitted. bU father, Mr. J. D. Price. MwaJDHiBLre,of Uona I WILL leave Monday to be abaent about a week, and ttiooe io do not settle with TWt'toIlier alater, Mr. 1.8. McElroy. Mr. akk Mm, Rout. McAxinrR,lefi me before that time will find their account yetttrday (Or Ml titerltng to tl-- It her In the handa of aome officer for collection. I uuit have the money. J. D. Price. mother1 -- Mkako Mm. A. ;. DitHK, of Matli-o- Three rerlou objection to L. W. tt cant down yesterday to viilt Mr. B. A Co.' flour: lit, Undladie tay the VanArtdal. bread la to good that the boarder eat too Mm. T. M. Bnccr ha been lufferlnK much. .J, The Lotrden tay it make them greajlyJ'rOBi an attack of Kryilpelae, bat loo fit. 3d, Yttit powder men tty it U much better new. ruining their trade liecaiit It rite without Mm. II. C Brkiiit returned from any yeatt whatever. Dint III jetterdtr and brought Ml An-In hU recent viiU to the convict camp McAIUter with her. on the' E C. R. R. Clor. Blackburn pardaugli-te- r, Mr. Richard Owrrnv and doned 11 convict, Including Jerre Brown MUtea Miry and Nannie, of Hetlalla, tent from thla county for killing Mr. John Mo., arc TUltlog Mr. Win. M. lackey. Kagleman; Lambert Tbompaoo, grand lar lltViSAatUJcr, RoOKM,of lltlllraore, ceny, and Win, Pendleton, murder, from who waa rUItlng at the College, returned Rockrattle, and Shelby Mow, bog itealing, home yreterdiy. He preached at the from Boyle, Methodlit church Wednesday night. the acoundrel -- Mm Nora Oatjcwood, of Dalla, Cai'iiiit. Wm. Dan-giTexu, la v Itlllaa; at Mr. W. T. Green'. who It charged with aeduclegand drownShe i a coaapoittor and thla office atand ing Nannl Bryant, in Rockcaatle river, read to extend her allthecourteelta of the haa been captured in Maditoo, Ark., and craft. V will be brought btck for trial. Larkin Mu'll. P. Manx, contractor on the Bird, who wa tent here for tafe keeping K.CR.R,and family, pawed through from Laurel, uya he heard Dunegtn tty hryelniay on their way to Mt. Vernon, he intended to kill the girl If he could where the expect to reside until the com get rid of her in no other way, pillion v J that road. A Second A4TCTation. Nearly two Mm. J, A.CABrcrrrR arrived ywter-da- y togtlher with Mr. J. T. OalLrle, who yean ago, Mr. J. A. Oakt of the Eut End will be Mr. Carpenter' aielatant at the de- had bit leg cnl off by a circular aaw. It pot. Mr. and Mr. Carpenter will go at teemed a nice a job at II a tureon bad once to bonaakeeplng In the McKobert done it tnd it waa decided to let it heal, without the interference of one. For aome hoate, cor. Main and Depot atreet. lime pit, however, it hat giren him much LOCAL MATTERS, pain, tbe bone tloughing off end otlierwlte troubling him. Finally it waa decided Tar D. Klaaa' $1 toe allpper. that wa Decenary to atv Hand corn planter at W. II. Ilifgln'. hi life and on Wedortday, Dr. Peyton and Bio atock of Bird Cage at 1 1. C. Bright'. Carpenter very tucceetfully performed it. . FR)Hregetabte thla eremlng atll.C. , In a ihootiog match Wednetday between tbe Lancaater and Sun ford Sporting Cluba, Brlght'a. ; on the groundt of the latter, the reiult waa 8. 8. Myers, will deliver Ice Cream any- a victoiy for the home club. The match where In town. waa fifteen clay ptgeona each and 15 glat Roar. B..LTTtx ha received a very fine ball each. The following ia the acore : Ho of Ladiee' Bhoe . htam-oriK STANrORB RETAIL MARAET-Butlegarnet Ottoman repallk and' looked About teventy.flve pertont fe lb .,.,. Rolt. 8. .. K were pretent, moilly relative, who partook BwfMeak," J.jiU'e. 10 Rout,'' .. ol an excellent dinner, Immeillately after Biecn ....... -- It SIJ(frlb...... I). Kum hit lint irrltH wllh a nice which Mr. and Mrt. McAfee left for their liint, " i w.t5t lot of callcoe ami lawn. home In Mltnourl, They were recipient Bhouldert, Mr lb . .i., - -.-l9e 9 Breakfist Btron, er lb teeie The Semtnarr enclotnre label! whiten of miny cottly and utefnl prrtentt, a Hit Bttnt. of which we failed to get. ed and the ground generally Improved. I.seeSe ChMM. Ooal, ver bo,, dellrtrtd la Uwn He RUIBIOUS. The tubacrlptton for building the new , .I1,H Cofl....M , Btptltt church haa run up to about $2,600. -- Dr. J. W. Cox will preach at HalU i II.M Core, r tbl. ........ Gap church next Sunday at 3 o'clcck, I desire to buy 225 chealnut telephone ... Flonr, per ewl,.. ,.t9.l.7l Hereafter Sunday-Scboo- l at the Pre- poltt, delivered at Stanford. Oeo. D. Wear-e--1 byterlan church will open at 9 o'clock and Uel .(Oe 75 UoUsset, M. O., preaching will begin at half put 10. fl... Don't forget that you can buy good In S lb. Air.ueo. w. uuniapnaa luil closed a Hstls, Mr 0C pr bu. (itiantlty cheaper from nt thin anr home rati four weekt' revival at Independence, Fay Ball, Iocs, Lbl .W per in town. II. C. Bright. etle county, In which 02 convrreiona were Soda, per lb... -- I0e -- 4J.9I0 Buftr, Brown.. Ir you want to buy Dry Goodt, Carpet, mane, Whlltn .lie TbcfAia'cnop. ITataor8hoe,donot fall to call at Robt. 75 . Byrupt, per st, 8. Lytic' and nee hi atock. The proprietor of the Lincoln Mill Vlaetsr. Whett, ol,l...., BniNO u your butler, eggt, potttoe and want to buy wheat. J, R. Keene' Bliiegraa won the Bar- Widt Amai Dngfittt. all kind of country produce. We pay well Stake for at Newmir-ke- t. Uessri. Ttony A McAllsUr are tlwijt all's to rubor trade. II. C Bricbt. pilot Io secure lb tbelrbuilruH, tndti-irtDr. T. II. Montgomery bought of Dr. best of trery trtlcl In their Ha. Thty ban J. W. Hayden haa remind a nice sew mire for tiirtd tht tgrncj for lbs rtlsbret! Dr. KIoi's lot of Spring nothing. Hadn't yon better Clifton Fowler a three year-ol$120. Ntw DltroTtry tit Consumption. Tfa oaly etc go and get a bargain of him ? rhltly.four young Shoilhorna told at Uln curt Cor Consumption, Couf bs. Colds, HottAstbmi, Uty Ftfsr, Brooebtlls, or lay Comk and tee the "Golden Star" the Lexington, Wednesday at arerage price of aw, lb Tbrooliod Langs. Hold on a posltlft cheapen and bet coal oll(cook itnve In $105. Win. II. Murphy told to Geo. W. Al- I utrsolM. Trial BottlM frta. Refultr sis, II. the market, at A. Oatley A Son'. ton! thirty hog, areraglng 221 Iba., atC) RETT ADTKRTI8KE.it. -. Cam. and examine my atock of Furni- centJohn Slodghill bought of W. B. ture, Ac; it I now full and complete, and 8milh, of llrodhcad, a horie price are lower than ever. B. K. Wearen." tor $125. In New Icr Cream it'le at til hour M 8. S. Meri'. In fine fur ITaU at her preltleit. ..... . ........... . gCTf ABTIBTMKMgXTS. AMSRIOAN MA J. Of Catty, F. D. niGNEY, It a canJIJatt lor 8tttt Bcattor, llth Dutrlct, sulject to tht trtlon of Ibt democrstle party. Mutual Aid Society or TContttolcy". Upon solicitation I bttt tcceptfl tht tfeaef tor Lincoln tnd (larrard counties C.S thtt most prslst-wortsnd perfectly rellablt Instltntlon, tht object of tht A. M, A. ftwlety being "to protlde Bntncttl lid to tht widows, orphans, blrs,lce-ttettn- d tsslcntof Itsdeceased mtmbara," Maont should heslitlt to secure mtsa'uershlp, tt will tffbrd mt plettnrt to let full lolormiuon to thoat deatrltf It tnd etrenlan sbowlnf the object ot the Society, nam etoMhteSrvrs, Ac. C. It. MOVHKHTKR, HO Stsnford, Ky. DAVE YANDELL Will U permitted to tern ten or fifteen ipm re4 maret liny tttM 4 stile from Sttnrbrd en tht Knob uek ptk it $10 to Insure a ATTENTION. LADIES Fo-sd 1 Celt. DESrntrTtnM ANDPr.DtflREFLn.t. Yen. d.ll.wlll t I Tears old tht 20th of Mty, IS hsnds I men, Dioon nay wun neaey msna ana ran ana win raakt when fully direloped t msimlflceot borst. Sired by Telegrtm; he by Frank Woltord) he by Telcgrspb, (who wst a brother to thtn Allen 1..1 u a..., ifir,, ...bv. Miun. .uu divi.iiiiujip n.i.m k. k imp. til.fe Hiwk, or Bridgeport, Vs.; baby Shermsn tnd he Telegram't dtm by thtorltlntljiistln Morgtn. oy .Ufa Ncnsry, jr., yj aara ny nnipp; .a uam by Waxy. Diet Yandel's dam Is a Una combined nan from Woodford county tnd ol unknown pedigree now but I will tx able to get II In a thort -- ,... at Lut-Wuh- lng n. New ABaeriean Waihlng Machine For tal by JAMK8 K. CHOW, Ky. 140-t ar tbi Mada Eujl Butnt Vltta, Osrrrd County, t..i Hbi m ft Ice I Ice! Ice! W. T. I will dslleer let tetry morntnf irw si low i csn intra Accounts due it tht clostofeaeh month. BUnlorJ, Miy7. it. R. BARROW. GREEN, tint. I.l-J- R, H, CROW, Stanford, Ky. lands -.. - .0c AT ONK CENT PEIt POUND, At lone uigr present stock litis. After that, -k as I- NTANFORI), KY Dealer In Fancy Boy! r"---- three-year-ol- D MILLINERYI MKS. KATE Groceries, Hardware, queenswauk, Harness -P- DCDDEIIAII, " A a of Lanriiler street, fltanlord, Ky., Hat oo hand tnd It dally rcrtltlnf. t new tnd betutirul llneol llllnery floods of eeery description, which sht will sell tt tht lowest nnsalblt martin. Thankful for past patronsge, she asks a continuance, knowing that she ran pletat tht most lastldlous. lira. Mollis M jars c an l) found, aa usual, at tht bead of the Mantua Maklnc OaDartmrnt. rmdr to ISO-- f.t serrt thoM who uty rail on her. J-OWS tnd bebyth 4fc,swa! W J and hat and Saddlery, himself breeder. I wlllalso sttnd TWO GOODJACKH. Fancy Boy to l a good T' imihmMnr bay. rears Hi old this Spring, IS,7 bands high, sired hy Ingrara't prof-t- n it my ttstile, on th old Dinellla pike, 4 miles from Lancaster, it 9IO. Fancy Boy Is Deecrlptlon Will makt tht present set-to- n 1VAOONS. flit Hustonville Nat. Bank. tevrn-year-ol- d NowIiaudsome Millinery llaaof lh Pnlll, Bur-de- 1 nl i n, OFTUE and plowed up. BY GEORGE 0. BARNES, W. II. Forman told hit !) acre crop of National Bank of Husttiivilre, "MOUNTAIH EVA.rOELIST." tobacco at a clear profit of $111 per acre. Who -- n beit the reiult T Clark Demo- In the Btat of Kentuokr.at the cloaa of EDITED I1Y OEO. W. OREEX.V00D. crat. buameaa May l, 1888. Jamet Paxton told bit ewta to David pp.. Cloth. Prlcff, $1.50-3- 81 Prewilt at $3 M and Iamb, delivered laat RESOURCES. Ctubtori2or more II per copy, or furnished MO 00 fi cent per lb. They arer-age- d Loans tnd discounts, Wednesday, at I wltbTiuclKTaaioa JODtHtL at II. Sent postU.S. l!ondtoecursCIrcii!tlon.... 21,000 00 paid by V, M. ir. J. WALTON, Do from approred mere tjntt... 1,510 H 14Mf Stanford, Ky. The lecelpt nf rotton at Qalveaton, Due rrom otbtr KstlontlBanis.... . 0,003 17 12 55 Texat, thla tenon were 800,000 balei, Current cxptasot tad I ties paid 1,091 23 ,, . which make it the aerond cotton port in Pramlums paid Bills of otbtr IUnki.... SM oo .............. thin country. coo 00 ...... Cincinnati Cattle Common to medium butcher $2..r0; good to extra $5 .-. IU.440 , Total.. 8,25; good to choice cow and helfera $525 v M.IAIIILITIKH. 0; iblppera $5(?C.40; ttockera and feed-er- a CsplUl Slock paid In ... tii.Kl 70 41 00 . .H.WHWi.W). Hog Heavy iblppera UodltlileJ pro-- ts ladle Idual Deposits subjsct to ,Ut 17 $7.3007 CO; packer $fl.907,30- - ttockera Du to other National Bsnk..cbck.. 1,0(125 $5.00(30 50. Sbeep clippe J $44 75. Tot SM.440 M Lemb OJfSiSe. for fair to good and SjQDc. Nico for extra per lb. grot. STATE OF rEMTUCKT, 1 Blate waa winter-kille- d TaiilutY DariBTMaMT, 8FBIH0 AND SUMMER MILLINERY Orricior i'sekct, WAiuiaoToa, Aran. 7, IBM. And lorlt til lb ltdlts le call tod tiamla, wncinsr tosr dut or not. iTicet rttsonsoit. to By i mmhh ttnr.r.te srr;t3tvtw. The Qotpel According to St Ruth, tbe undersigned, utlsfactory trldsnceprstenttd that It hu been mads to appear Ntzt door to Dr. Lt F. Ilaflmin't ofllce, rd told recently for $12,600. tht Nitlonal Bank of Uuatontllle, In tht town of To which It added an si posit Ion of tht lord's The Agricultural Board ol Ohio Uustonilllt, In tbe county of Lincoln and Stale of Frtyer, and other sorraons. Ktntucky, hat complied with all the proelsloos of REPORT OF THE CONDITION of the wheat in that that the Btelsed Statutes of I bt United States required Kentucky, A I thavetwo thorough-brebulla ready for eertlec for tile. J. K. Bruce, Stanford, JTJSO? ?TT3IiIS3:33r). BF.F.CHKrt,SyelrtoldAiiriiit2(), IM.1 is1; hinds Will msrea at blab. hairiirotheriAl'rlnra. to Insure t coll 4our months old. JIM dark Iron gray Jack, 10. handa and will sere, mires it 0s to Insure t roll four months old. la All mares tradtd before th fact Is ascertained the season. The progeny of all the abor stock will b responsible lor lbs season. iu-i- i I h.faoixi.cwJ ifirr romDnhantlt Uleft and batvlMUMt atjlea of m.iiiiitHi.t:, GOD'SLOVESTORy Jeney bull calf by Block Prince of Hanover, dam Euratu, only ill week old one-thir- d OH TIME ! ent sesaon horse will stand the pres- Wu-aa- ii, Bit-fo- This n taddlt eiti-ma- le .,. ..... Il-todfrno- .- ... ....... .. .. ... " J. W. a iwrenr 8aleiVeeA Ji.HTJD STIABILEI! ECjRIT-1SS 1 by monewtll Jackson; dsm Uelscbaztar; grandsra by to b eomplltd wllh before in association ahall be autborUedto loinmenr th liuslneaaol banklof, r Frank. Now, thtrtfore, I, John J. Knox, Cqmpw trollerof tht Currency, do certiry thtt tht naTHREE JACKS! tional Bank of llustomllle, In tht town of In tnt county of Lincoln tnd Stilt of Ataama place, I will stand thrre Jacks. Kentucky, Is authorised to commence the bualneaa of banking, aa authorised In Section S,IC9 ol th Baelsed Statutes of tht United State.. -In testimony whereof, wltneaa my band tnd seal of office, Oils 7th dsy or April, mil. Tht In partnership Jeek.wlll scree msrrs at 01X; , -- v vwtb uiu iv hit jennev. eerrt JOtIS J. HKOX, Mark ilrtirft it 01O, tnd Oabe it MS. tU-2Comptroller of tbt Currency. Colts all Insured to weanlog time. If a msra Is No. 2,917. iraoouorremoTea iierore luaiiog time, the insurance Is forfeited and season must lie promptly settled. When grass li sufficient I will eep maret a lew weeks it 11.10 tnd Jennets it It per month; to be paid when atock Is tskenont. The colta held bound for tht lesson, but my customers rwlth eery few exceptions, psy me promptly without the ben-Btibitlltn. rrotnpl persons! attention will be glTentolheircommodiuonind Interest of my patron, but not liable lor accidents. April B, llil. I.EVI IIOBBL.XV 9 to. it my stable at On Time was sired y5eVt-- ip l i axr cj es i S-ECO-P. PHIL SHERIDAN ! Rates reaVTS- - lot of Horses ami Fine Turnouts. sonable. County of Lincoln, Complimtntaiy J. rt. Alcorn. Pulaski Circuit Court. 1 to Hon. m At cera of tbe PuTtiki Circuit Court held on tbe Oth of .May'B.i,Jndge W. II Pettua wa called to the chair and H. O. Trimble. waa appointed Secretary, and on motion it flittf ih i4 of the membeMof the bar and ito(-c- er are due and are Hereby tendered to tbe Hon. J. W. Alcorn, epeclal judge at the April Term of aaid Court for the able, ITlMtfnf" nf llm April Term, 1833. tlnr-tava mnA siffi- f- I. J. W. Ilorktr. Caablar of tha afanta niiaad BsDk. do toltianlr svtar thtt tho abor sttUmant Is trot to tht beat Of my knowiodre tnd btUtf. UOCKEB, Ctthler. of Budscrlbed and sworn to bofora mt tbla 7th dtr O. F. PEACOCK, N. V. Ma, UM. t'orrect-Attest: 100,000 pouivns Ii wanted by me. I will pay the highest market And can inpply price. WO OR I alio deal ia fJ $15 to This line Norman iilsl. lion will make the present taaton atd.II. Baughmao'a stable, 1 mile from Stanford, at Insure a Colt. ril! ra T.J. 3. P. RlfTK, Boaiatoir, V. M. TowaLl, )' - I Directors. CO AI! ABDALLAH MESSENGER! Thla rVrnt.tri-- i Blalttnwt stiii M.l.. - -- w...-4 .via .111 eMonatJ.K.Bftujhtntn'iitttle.lJi .- -.. -u- it in any quantity. aa REPORT OF THE CONDITION A. T. NU1V-VEM.E- Y, Stanford, Ky. IUB IirrSCOi - mile UUfWUIUIVs trow latkirlniia twl nn-Iv- lit ner in which he haa ditcharged the dutlea The Farmers National Bank un lunner motion It la reoi Mia omce. quested that tbe Stanford Interior JourAT HTANFOnD, and the 8omertet paper copy thete nal rMinlnltnna anil tint thav li anraa.1 at In tbe State of Kentucky, at the Close of Duilnen. liar 1, 1S83. large upon the recordt of thli Court. w rr t -- .,. m. Orerdrafu U. 8 Bonds to secure circulation. . Other stocks, bonds tnd mortftiet Tho Sundayiclioolt of Pieaaaot Point, Dut from tpprovtd rtterrt afSBta Mt. Pirgah and Highland met through Due from otbtr Msttonal Banks ... tkr. l'l(n.HMM,E.. mi ,r(Hll, 4UKJ jt.1. Beat estate, furniture and -- Hurts V.ll. Tbe meeting wa called io order by II. W. Current tipenset tnd ttits paid.. . litre, superintendent ol Alt. i'ugah. II. P. Bills of otbtr Young wat elected Chairman and J. A. Fractional paper currency, nickels tnd Union Sunday-Schoo- m.h. or $12.50 TO INSURE A COLT. At same place', will also stand TWO GOOD JACKS. by V. K. Logan, D. l II. a. Trimble, Sec. A copy, Attett: II. 0. a Trimble, ClerE, Convention. Loans and ... -. EDMISTON & OWSLEY Ont lU-l- tt 110 and the other BAUGIIHAN HHON. tt 13 to Insure a colu BE80UBCE3. -- ABDALLAH GLENCOE! My ConiblnedStallloo.wIll stand the present soaaon at my BiaDie,zf miles Bou lowest of liustooTllle oo to Uastonellle tnd Liberty sUi ruau ai t.1 It M l.MS 100,000 00 M,000 00 2,131 W 11,221 17 ; (Successors to Chenault, Severance & Co J -J- -' lt !., t.'i. eoooo 299 3 2,980 CO Have just received an elegant stock of want the beot auper carpeta go to J. W. Hayden'. Ir TOU two-pl- y wool Niuet. Robt. McAIUter Jtl. B. OwtQl- II. It. IU1J. II. Ilrlabt- -. I'ljfoo. RtJlt. ToUI. Ti IS 1 ,. I HAVK a good, gentle milk cow for tilt. R. E Barrow, Stanford. For Halk. A handorae Will tell very- cheap. reaidence. W. Craig, Stanford. w. n. rnnr Jimei T. Ctilt Tboa. RoUdmd-- .. . Henry Uram li I 7 7 ii 9 IS 10 i W .....! 7 10 a a II s 14 i II 10 M The locuit bloom It very heavy III year; which, they ear, in a algn of good crope. LANCASTER. r I ItlgMDi luiIJa. Tout. Ntmtf. ' "u T 7 R. A. I)urMiJ. 1 U II power Wu. I have a Mcoud'band ... Jmm 7 11 threthlng machine and engine for aale at W. H. Mlll.r II 5 Walker UnJrui II U a bargain. Qto. D. Wcaren. 10 21 J on a. II ' H It. 6 17 II BurnilJ.. . 10 0 Brinu uiyour bacon, lard, and all kind J. 11. llltlL. in IM of coontry;Tirodttce, )it pay hlghtet mar- Tot-I- -, Bright. ket price cMh.jlI. Jim Craig, who made tbe bet ecore, iya he Intendi challenglpg Cirver to thoot fur Tub Iluttonvlll Bank had to make an $1,000. exhibit of the Grt and lbs then only day The Kentucky Real Estate Jourof IteJniiineiM but it U a piouiliingoue. g nal. Mer. Franc! A Miller, tbe good ALL the new ahade4 in and indefatigable real titatetgenU, and In cheaper good, with trimming to have juat had printed at the Interior match, can be, found at J. W. Hayden' JoonNAL Steam Job Room-- , tbe fourth ia devoted edition of their Fauru A IUusey have begun hauling txcluiively to paper, which builnei. the real eatite ton forth foundation of theirnew buildFrom a quarter aheet It haa grown to the ing, which they will puth to an early comdlmeoMom of Ihlt paper and itaownera pletion. think by tbe next itiue It aire will atill REKEMOEKW.JI.IIIgglna' la the place have to be increased. It it already the for Iron and wooden beam doable-thove- l. largett publication of tbe kind in the U. Special attention to hi combined plow and 8. and if we do aay it ouraelve, li deci " hirrow. dedly tbe handiom eit. While dealing frame largely in Kentucky landi, Meur. Fraucli New lot of frame and picture and oornle molding, and full line of fur- A Miller are by uo meant confined to them niture at "B. K." Weareo'a. Price low. Call for they have hundrediof far a in Ten neaae. Arkaotaa and other Slate, South and ree for youraelvea. and Weit. Having tpeclil arrangement Look at thl; Vi lb. N. O. Sugar, $1, 9 facllitiea for lb. Granulated Sugar, $1; 101b. Rio Cof- with the rallroada, their cheap patuge totbote In aeirch of fee, $1 and other good cheaper than the fartui, are unturpaued and people ire dai(Ktaput. II. C. Bright. ly embracing tbe opportunist oflered by John EreoM baa had hi examining tri- them. They hive Mttled already a large al for tbe killing of John Wilton at Dannumber of thrifty farmer in tblt and adville Utt Monday and it held without ball joining count! and are doing a vatt dial for further trial. It aeema to be a caaa of to develop tbe resource of our great Stale. wllfull murder. Reapomible and pleaiant gentlemen to do .I Before tbe very One rain of yetterday builneta with, we heartily recommend the ground bad become to hard In tome Fundi A Miller to every one in uirch of localltlee, that the corn could not iboot a home. Addreu them at Stanford, Ky. through It and a number of field were MARRIAGES. plowed up and repltnted. Mr. Bryant T. Ilobb, of tbe Preach-envlll- e Born, to the wife of Mr. W. F. Ram-eneighborhood, wa married yettera 12lb. boy, on the 8th. It I eald day to Mitt Margaret T- - White, daughter that the old gentleman It aa proud aa If it of Tho. O. Wblte.ofCrtbOrchird. Groom waa hi firtt in.tead of the doteuth or to. It thlrtyiix and bride eighteen. Perbapa tbe weight I what- -tickle him. The marrlige of MIm Mtggie Crow to Tut came of Judge M. Il.Owtley will Mr. W. M. McAfee, of Oak Grove, Mo., be pretested to the Loultville Convection wa eolew nlted on Wednetday laat by Eld. were by Col. W. O. Welch, of Iblt place, who W. L. Willlama. The attendant will do it In a manner worthy of bl can- Mr.D.A. McAfee and Mite Bell Lewi didate aad of bit own ability to beautify and Mr. O. II, Irvine and Mlaa Mlaol Crow, The bride waa beautifully attired word into the exprewlon of Idea. ten-lior- s Currr..l 1oIt. .....' SOU ... Mrn... .. a enter-priiin- Cuapnell, Secretary. The obiect of the meetinir bavins' been duly net forth by II P. Young: it wu unanimously JUkoIixiI, 1 hat toe Khooli above mentioned have a grind Union Sunday-Scboo- l Convention on M. D. Roblnton't farm, near hi mill, Wednetltr July 1, 1883. Mr. Robineou i Suoerlntendent of the at Pleattnt Point. l He. with all tbe other parlie above mentioned ii duly alive to the Importance of Sunday-Schowork, Thla iitbeflrit meeting of the kind ever appointed for tbe aoutbern porof Lincoln county. tion The manager are very detlroua that it bill be a ucceip in every particular. The member nf the abore achool will lurnith ample provlaiona tor the occasion. Th grotinda are beautiful, ihady grovet, cold tpringi and pictureeque ecenery. Tbe lt will furnlih muiic. are etecially Inviof our national ted. Thia it the birth-daIndependence. We have many bleeelnKi, and iplritual for which to be uatural thankful. Come out. brethren, leave the care of every day life at home and enjoy tbla day ol rrcreatlon and tnankigiving. The committee of invitation ia compoted of MliieaSamantha Oiki. Cltr O.ki, Mart Jarvla and Annie Robtnton. The Kentlemen that have been invited to make addre-t- e on that day are, H. W. Kice, Rev. J. G, Livingston, Rev. Jamea Cook. Rev. Joeph Ballou and A. E. Kemper, Hugh Grant and William Owsley, of Sec. Lancaiter. J. A. Chapi-ell- , -SundiT-BchooSunday-Scbooy Bnki...... . atOTOINSVKI. A COLT, limey due when the colt tt' foaled. Trading the mare forfeits tbe insurance and uiiet tht ttaaon due. Lien retslnod on the colt till season Is paid Abdallah U lescoa Is a beautlrul brown, of lino bone and muscle tnd It I natural saddle bone; hat J3 with track In trotted on a only two months' handling, lie has produced some Legal tender Bedempllon fund wltti U. 8. Treasurer (J per rent of circulation) ....-.Total notes... 1.000 00 1,000 00 9,000 00 tie l8,l LIABILITIES. 79 DRY GOODS! NOTIONS, :i -... CaplUl stock paid In . Surplus Fund........ Uodlelded proHt- tKstionilBink Notes outitndlDj.... Indleldnal depoalls subjsct to ehrcDut to other National Ktnkt . Dut to Bute Bankt and srs Total. KENTUCKY, STATE OF UHioiy oi uncom. -- ., ..... k-- . Ml lto.ooo 112 1200,000 00 10,900 20 0 OO lil.Mi N 94t tW.lVC 07 of tee flnest horses In tbeStala and a larger per cent, of extra walkera than any horse 1 know; waa sired by Jo. Elmo, he by Alexander's A Wallah, he by Uambletonlan; Je. Elmo's dam by Mambrino Messenger; he by Mainlnlno l'tymat-te- n Jo. Abdallah's 1st dsm by Willie D; he by Kcrel.ner; he by Imp. Ulenco; 2d dam out of a and busthoroughbred, known aa the Double-bea-d tard mare: Willie P.'t 1st dam Starlight, br Cherokee; bis dam by Imp. (Ilenco; btarllgbt'a 1st dam by Woodpecker. M 79 ) CLOTHING, BOOTS, Shoes, Hats, My Fine McElroy Jack j I, J no. II. Owslajr, Cashier of tbt abort named Bank, do solemnly swear that tht abcet statement ta true to tht best of mr knowltdn and belief. J.Nt). OWfiLEV. Cashier. a Will stand at tht same place on tbe tame terua. lie la about 15j hinds high and hss proven blu- -. breeder. self to be a Srst-clu- s I refer you to the following gentlemen is to tbe breeding of the abore stock: J J. I'r-- e, J. K. Baughuian, Win. Dodd, L. K. Sharp. J. P. RltTe, .11. Burnable, tun lord, Ky. Uuatontllle: I ran lumuh pasturate at reasonable rates. 133-I- Subsalbed tnd sworn to befort mt this lib day ol May, 1BS3. W. M. BRIO HT, N. J". U C, Correct attest I K.M. VUWKa-L.IIntloatU- la. 8. H. 8UAHt, ) J. W. Aicoax, J,B.OwsLr, ) Trunks A Handsome & Valises, Abdallah Messenger! bsnds; loaled 1S78; bred by lied Ur stallion: Cbas. Dunn. Stanford, Ky.; sired by Measeager reeo.ro, Chief, slraorusud uesseogsr; Abel Atxlil. record, Mariel. 2:20 gait at 3 years old; Matllt JdcD.. :2t; IUnt 3:20 gait at S J ears old; Magglt bttwtrl, 220 gait at 1st dam HS years old, and other promising ooes. ull, by ricutlnel, .2vi, and tbt sire of Von Arntm, 2:IX; Annette. 2.2iHi T A.,2.26; iouog bentl- -- REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF TUE To which they take pleasure in calling the attention of buyers gen erally. We have FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BTANPOnD, At atauford. In the Btate of Kentuoky, at Olot of Bualneaa, Hay 1, 1B83. ,V II Loins and PIkouuU...............mW 2,tM 71 .... Oterdrsfts... 200,000 00 U. 8. Bonds to tecura circulation 1 1, COO 00 Other stocks, bouds, and mort(aet.... 7,211 M . Du from appro?! rtMrte 1 1,704 U Due froui otbtr National Banks.--- .. But from Stilt Baakt tnd btnktrt J.IIJ 19 ... 0,900 00 Bea Estate, furniture tnd fliturt . l,oU 12 Current txpsnst tnd Uiet ... ... 20.lt! 00 i'rtmlumt pald. 2,212 74 Checks tod otbtr cash Bill! of other 7tt 00 Fractional ptptr eurreacy, ckktlt tnd . 19 24 ... peonies Stock of Dress Goods Veil- It lab, 4.yeer-ol- d Tribut of Rtiptct. Di- rector At the first meeting of the Board of RESOURCES. In Rliadamcs, Merveilleux, Moire and Gros Grain Silks, Nun's ing, Henrietta Cloth, Bunting, Tamise Cloth, C trial, l.av,; uus. t:i; inn, lince tha'deatb' of Jacob RobtMon, of caiter, the following action waa taken' Whereas. In the Providence of God one of tbe oldest member ol our Board hit been removed from ui by death; thereLan- Lancuter Turnpike Read Company held of the Danville, DIz River and ............- - to Rativtd, That we bear teitlmour to the long and useful utciation of Jacob wlthui. and exceedingly regret thtt we will In the future be deprived of hla excellent counsel and matured judgment in our deliberation!. RcxJixd, That In tendering Iblt txprei-iloof. aympathy to hi family, we ean rejoice with them In the fact that he bad been spared to long year of uiefulnett, tnd that when be pitted "over tbe river" he left behind hlni a record that bad neither ataln nor blot upon It. JUtolixd, That thii memorial be aptead upori oUr recerdt, a copv tent to tbe family of the deceased, and published in the Interior Journal and Danville Advocate. Rob-Int- . pald. lttma....... tanks.....,... n Leg tl tender noUt .- -. Uedamptlou fund witn U. 8. Treasurer (1 per cent, of cllculstlou). ple.....--- . - S.MI M ,M1 M 9,000 00 Total.. Cspltal Stock paid ln....-.......lW.O- O0 . UndlsldeJ pronts........- -. NsL Bank noltt outstanding...-....- .. ladleldual DspoalU subjMt to chack- -. Dut to otbtr National Bank- tDue to Toialw-...M... K15,ll H LIABILITIES. 00 I4.7M 110,000 170,110 II 00 Herndon, W.W Owsley, A. G " UI SUtt Banks tnd bankers....,.... ..,.. .....KI5.SW lit II 10 M J. L. Deuce, J I U)B, STATE OF KENTUCKY,! . County of Lincoln, f I, Joo. J. McBobertt, Casblsr of abost Dtue4 bank do tolemnly sweti that tht abort statement Is true to the brat of uy knowledge and JNO. J. McKOBKKTH, Usnler. Ull.f. Subscribed sud sworn to Leiora me tblttlh dty ot Miy, W. M. BUUHT, N. F. L. C BucAltn'a Anita Salt. TU retteil uik1Ic1 wonder of lb worlJ. War-nnto curt Burnt, Bruise, Cut. Ulcers, Silt Ubtuui, Kater Buret, Csactrs, Pllst, Cbllblslns, Come, Tetttr, C'bMJ UtoJs ao4 til skin tror-IIooluirantecd u cur In tetry or monty refuaitil, A positive cur lor tr Piles, sse box. For salt br I'eour A McAl- liter nei, . ; VlTtndlere, IKK; UI.KM..bentlDsl is fill uoul. 2 20: Urand Seotln.l. irtii. Volunteer, the tlrt of St. Jullen, J.1IH; brother to Nice Assortment of Dress Goods generally. Olo.ter.2-17- ; Driter, Alley. :1; Bodlne, Amy, 2.l5ilallunter. 2:ioJ; 2d dsm 2.Wi, and a score Klltr Kltsrs. th more tht 2.30 elaaa. dim of Ilarila lllrl. l.eaar.old record. 3.00: old record. 2.37. and the grandam ol Msud record. 2.2Mi; by Alexander's senger, 5--j ear-ol- d Abdallah' tbe slit ol Uoldsmlta Msfd, 2:14: 2.XIii Almont, Abdallah Pilot, Ac., Ac. 3d dam by lied Jacket, (slrt of th dsm of Kentucky Wilkes, 2.21, ltd tbe EIIUUHH aooup-b- r Hamburg and Swiss Embroidery, India Trimmings, Everlasting Trim- ofBoBo.2l7K.tnd KdWllkct.ilrtol Bh.r- 2l.) by Comet; MomB. ina aire oi Vtrmonl Ulacklliwk the Fans, sir. of Kthta Allso tnd mtur other trotters, lud mings, Tucking, Laces, Ladies' Neckwear, Hosiery, to lllick Jacket'! dam waa sired by a Hawk. 4th Parasols, &c WHITE GOODS in endless variety, and n splendid tbe North bydam in extii road mare brought from W. L. Vance, of Mercer county, and aid to be of Mtasttgtr bloud. hcollatltud Alx- assortment of LAWNS, GINGHAMS, &c ooiu vj ursuyaa uder'i Abdallaa are of Maud 8., 2:10U, usmue-Ionia- n, and th tbe grandslre aire of Dexter, I:Ui. Nettle, 2:18: Orange Qlrl, 2:20: Oaielle, 2.11; Jay Uould, 2.2I, tnd 30 otksrs Utl.r. A large stock of Carpets, Rugs, Oil Cloth, Matting and Wall Taper. wlthreuiidor2SO andIMut.slreol Mtiweager Chief ltckard,2.IIS; waaslied by Ablallah record, 2:2a. 1st dsu Is Shoes tied Jim, fine custom-mad- e The handsomest stock of Ladies' and Gents' to lieu. Ueu. II. Tbowaa, aire ol 2 2 br ktambrino Messenger, aire Hoots and bcott't Thomas, j 2ddtuiby Msmbrluo Cblsf, in the city. We also keep a full , line of Eastern-mad- e ol Lewlntkl, 2:23i Woodlord Mambilno, Lady Tboru, slrt of dam br Mawbrluo ltrbtn and othtrs. Shoes, which we offer at.low prices. In addition to our large stock t.tK; fspulo. Kugllsh Uunur, dr. 3dAbdallaa Imp. Messenger will make tbe season of IMS tt Chat. of Men's, Youths' and Children's Clothing ve keep a nice line of Dunn's, 2 miles trout Stanford, u Hush Hraoru ptke, 1 lutie from bisnlocd A lancaater ptke tad to which wc are offering at low fig- - a miles from Laarttttr A Dauslllt plkt.lt aa' uo in pants and suit patterns, IQiuroaaaare in aoai. saoney uue u the fact 2tsaacerUlued. or Maretaathit hast puUIo such ures. A general line of Gents' Furnishing Goods. records of au or better, but produced uottert with rtrordtol 2:30 or better, usy bi bred &c, and, in fact, a 2;l: Cor.t3, uu ?.i'. lie. OoaaacT Arrcer, T, B. H. o-- J. H. If oca -t-otioo-aiTi at. It", Directors, NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, We sell the which is one of the verv best machines in use. Parties in need ol a machine can save money by giving us a call, light-running f,otcbr,. Maisatuaa Piiacx.by Meswuger Chief, dtin by Alcalde, (sir. of llflaa, 2.24K) tlgut,2M: Imey Day, 2.30, Ac) will mske tht season ol lt4 to at toiint 'oa Bryantsitllt, Ky., it t W. las- mV, a intra Io foal. "Ila,Ba.DUW.VKy. Utinlord, Llui-oi- tt4 Ui "S. va ir ff4ffi&t!ximiriiKrfti -- man ot whom resources J. snow nothing, and who. might blow my brains out bo CJIOSS A KXAM1XATIOX. rf a ixpsejHrs BA.VPMQVK.-W- o CHCBCH D1RECT0RT. lonjllW ,6han('6f'ftttAJvWaiiiot IV cheering. However, thoro wM.notblng a7A3BT3rOD. ICY. for it ; it was my last chance, and I Smith?" May 11, 1883 mnstcmbraod it without shirking. Friday Meraiag. .1. Next day, which was Sunday, I procured ahnrso from the staWitness- -" Yes, sir.JI UKtiTKKY THAT J.KATXi, tion, and, taking my revolver with me, Lawyer " Yon ineanHhat yon aro oc started out to try my luck as a police? JOIirMIII rOLLaaD. man, and shout 2 o'clock in the after- qnatntcd with htm?" 1 le L a teiuroe, old and iron, Wlinesi- -" Yes, rdr acquainted" .Villi noon PBtne near the placo mentioned, frn 1.0 the library abilf tnedeei TK0IUI ma d.faced end toil, I left my horse at the nearest roadtide him," af had goo Mtray. lb J nu; Lawyer -- "Oh, you don't know him; "hotel," sauntered to the bridge, and, e I tun id tie pagea elowly leaning ovcrUie, rail with no very dis- you aro merely acquainted with him. luicuthet eiuorfoawatrHu, .trtar in tL dare of yore tinct wbtiaif'hoTr 1 wai going to net? Itcniembcitthat yonfsVJc on IKtK? sir.' i the etbool booka cf my yonUe. walted'for my man with what roolnessu Now, )e careful. You don't mean to tell the court that you know all about coiitd muster. It .I..IJ kllil, tbl faded pfjee, K. ri quite HeUmete and oufa. Twcf hours had paAi?d'f tho sun was Mr. Hmith, everything that he ever did?" -r had l,n u ?iii, v y,,,t' Witness "No, I suppose " beginning to go down ; and I was just r ijj wbtrh I garnered predoiM gold, , Aa d ft'eiMl Lawyer "Xover mind what you sup-oe4rlee the page, preparing to eon,olo myself with the I uiimI ut turned, In bopea to Had riejuw answer my question. Do notion that tho man had got wind of e rtittrf( (tut would reatore to age our jnte&tiou1 and gone, by nnothor you, or do you not, know everything ll frxliitx vf Ilia youthful mind. v Kdf " route, when J became awaro of the ap- that Mr. Smith T A Xn ', In Jcrd, night I eeaay , , Wittiess-'o- riir proach of a solitary pedoatrian. As he brought lo his bier; bury good; don't II early tlalone to renew, f LiwyerrrVTkliat'li nlo, sir. Ji'o, yju Orglir iibtoadeadboilquet came nearer, T ran over tho description any luoto; corse jokra; u little II. lutuitr fraf ranca and 1U daw. of tho man I wanted which I had do nut. Very good. 80 you are not morgue gravity ; please doti't feel so I nl tin loJume with alga, . learned by heart and at once concluded nen.uaint.ed with all his nqts?" " stiff" a!out it ; ghoul long with your II wne Joy'e entrance door ' Witnc-"Of course" . AMmlmw oailtht my eye nouscuso, etc, (hat this was the individual. Ho was a 'J t.ieaii guttered to tha floor) ' ' ' 4 tall, powerful, uncompromising-lookinIiawycr "Stop there. Aro you, or Drossmaker Only sew sew; basquo - Mil a raapio leaf, all blotched Tefellow oi about flvo and forty, muscular arc you not?" in her" 8i3nes7TaeaiTa'iieeilIes'reuiark7 m I1I1 ko t and crlrueon, green and Lrowat Wilnosi "No." enough to hay lifted mo up and thrown of corset it H; rulrle her tamper; all Tfcr rd notched, Lawyer "That i. to say.yon aro not tuckered out ; jabot in his eye ; n bind me over the bridge into tho shining .till from item totrown) j n,t water beneath. I commenced jo walk o well acquainted with him as you ing ageoeBi4it jftssot'H do J nmmow; AlI beii I took II In toy kin J, ILL Hit leaf from mapU traa, over I be bridge as Ifio raaif approached tlioughtyou were? " a waist of time; don't trniu iu that ' Witness "Possibly not" A.tlt It war a maglcwand, it passed him slowly, and felt sure it opinion ; give crowd; iui 81 uli'l 1 act a f entehed youth to toe. Lawver "Just so. Now. wo lieoin him tho sacquo; was tho man. hcr;t kiich Ludagaiu tbo.e Joyful daye, After going two or threo yards, I to underitand'eac1i. otlirrl ' Jl you ttoiW puns" artr 'enough to make an op'-toT" 1 L oid, lanJ.Ur eoage, I artng, 'nti.lledagiitn, with turned back. Hearing my step, tho know anything about Mr. Smith's acts dtlaye, etc. , Tbe atba lo?d wbeo I wae young, pnrloiner ot stato documents turned when you are not with him, you can't Jn ndditfoh to 'the forvgoiug'samples, en m the bue upon tba kef, " ' swear that you know him, can you round. the book will contain all the posrtlblo appeared to f reality bright Kcb Witness " If you put it that way?" puns on pitch subjects "Well, mate, what is it?" Tbal e'l trnmuliraucaa of grief wasp, the ere kt, and faded Odt of algal " Can you obligo mo with a pipo of Lawyer "Come, sir; don't seek to goat, eggs, oysters, poker, tho mother- evado my question. , J'lIjpjttgtJCyou' 'baccy?" I asked. tho mule, comets, fowls, A SEVERE TES1'. " On yes ;" handing mo his pouch. again. When you aay you know .Mr. rtfoeab,1 and.(xnor3ttian 100 ' What aro you doing about here ? You Smith, you don't mean to say yon know others hi daily paragrapluo mo. A'SltrH flhuMllimtrut Fllc.k It our IJroko ? " it everything he does ?'' don't look contemporaries win Kinuiy auuao to 1110 Homo jeara ego ft good many mora, Witness-.- " No, sir ; of course, not" " Pretty nearly," I replied. hand-booas rt highly immoral publica in fuijl, tliau I rare to recall now Lwm LaVfyer---"Jit" Now arrival, I suppose ? " so; 'of 'course not tion, not fit to bo read aloud in the vraiidoruig very disconsolately through Then you wero not quite correct when family eirclo ot a variety theater and "Almost" ono of the main thoroughfares of " Ah I there are too many carpot-knigh- you saidotvknciWMrrtSmith?" call upon Anthony Comstock to sup delisting with myself the advisa-tutit- y flooding Melbourne. Witness "No, sir." Couio out press it, the uork will have an im of walking down to the quay and Lawyer---- " "In jioinl of fact, jou don't expecting to make a "Jiile, got disapmense sale- .- XorrUlown Herat nfliring my service ai steward to the pointed, and don't hke.tc work for your know Mr. Smith?" Ujjitaiu of the tint homeward-bounYea M gruU,li? PuP a screw ot tobacco in Witness- -" Xb.'At " TUB OltUlVB Of A S.illDI.K I10RSE. el 'on which I might see the "liluc- ckeU-you- 'll Lawycr--- J' Alt', I tKortght Bof That'll timl it pjeasant comy6u selection of a horso for the sad-dl- o pfter" lioUtcd. Things had gone very pany on the road." do, sir. You can stand dow n." is a common source of trouble to ludly with mc; ovory enterprise to " ; 1 nearly emptied the pouch and ; it thoso wishing to commenco riding. In which I hod turned my attention had handed it back; and, as tho oWncr'put A. C It II IS V IS T1IKJIUCTW ItKOiOZS tho United States, at tho present tjmo, either fallen through or resulted dis- Wo had been sailing nljont tho out hisbond for it, X slipped mv foofbe. thoro is no lack of horses that nith carerutrously to' myself $ and, 'after yatnly bind of Batlln'a for rf.nrteetrdays1, his beef and pushed him. He s trying iny luck; in tue colony lor over tripped and fell splendidly. I was pret- iu fearful storms. The rigging was stift ful breakiug could be made isddle-horseTho racing stable of three yean, I came to the conclssion ty .vessel tcrb quick: in wrestling, and 1 took'lioldot witli ice. Hie Bides of America furnish every year a jmiaW of that the sooner I reconciled myself to tho man's throat with my left hand, put covered with great shining plates. Tho horses not good enough to keep ou in tin- - utter fitilnre of my attempts the betmy knees on his chest and with my sailors wero half frozen, and wo could training, yet excellent for s ter it would bo both for my neaoa of n 1ilut right Jiond felt iu tho breastpocket of nnl inn-- .t a witui or for hunters. Thoso mind and my constitution. his'ceatT 'iletrnggled violehtly.'bul'l out pouring not wmer nixjirit. t we naa animals can always bo bought at low In thin dismal mood I was listlessly "nought, I should succeed. I got my but little daylight on nccount of the thick rates, and when properly broken are iHiiduig over the shipping announce ; but, as I was fog, and tho long nights tVero still nioro 'land on some papers nieiitii potted on an adjacent wall, vhenl drawing them from the pocket, tffe dreadful when the ship roso oor the safer and far nioro lasting thou common-bre- d horses. Central America possesses from tbePolice a notion oiuic rutlian got hold of my right knee-cahuge black aes and sauk down again mtiinutiu, in tersely official with his left hand, and gae itirach a ter- info the aliysi, bo thnt every moment wo a breed of pouies ot rare beauty and dofor cilitycharming household language, that u few new Lauds were rible wreurh.that belieiftl ha had dis- - expected to lw shattered to pieei on children. These, little animals iets not I aro needed bauds who were strong, vigor Jocatcu the joint. J lien feeling my hold the masses ot ico which the storm dtoo always to bo found in tho United States, ou.x, lualtiiy, shrewd, good horsemeb,. remxf ho suddenly hoisted himself with over the rooting sea, and winch seemed and when here they aro costly. For and rejoicing in the possession of such his right hind, sprang up, caught hold of to be sent for our destruction. larger boyi and.tgirl,ltho. muslaag. of nthcr natural advantages as would my wrists, aud hurried me to tho bridge. One morning, near tho end of tho the plains ought tq be a favorite mount insure1 their success in any line Holding ins thus in an iron grip, and BtorranfU r a frch filljof tsooWj nntec- Their many gcod qualities are not as yet they choso to adopt I was a good glaring fiercely at me,1 he said: .UW rjUll lAUt lllfTlf ftraf, lV' t- - ..... .r(innlni.l9,l,l is behealthy, horsemaL, and tolerably " Ifseo your game 'r there's only, one fearfulVaniditr.. Alreadv it wiw closolo fully recognized, toTho mustang bo vicious, unruly, lieved by many strong ; my shrewdness I had begun to way 01 . ueau nslieu thdery aroso. ',It7urasJ 'L6ii dealing wiwiiiiOi-poiUMand, in consequence, unsafe for childoUbt lately ; and, as for the rest of the men fell no tales ; so over yn'ro'goingi 11 came, 11s toiieriug top ocnuuig over dren ; ou tho contrary, it is an intellsupposo I was as detiderata well, youngster." our ship. Our fate seemed settled I We igent sturdy little creature, full of affecwell off as moat ieople. Suiting his ucliou to the word ho re. were lost!, Tho whole of the gigantic tion for a kind owner, Droves ot musHero, possibly, was a chanco for me; leased my bauds, and in the same in-- v mass was tolling over us1 find must shat- tangs aro from titno to time brought to ut any rate, it was only a few days' delay tan grasped me Urinly and hoisted t mo. ter us to pieces. Wo all fell upon our KotvYorkby tho great if uothing came of it; I would make my My last chance seemed to Ho iu an knees and prayed in silence, thinking implication and chance I returned to old twist I had learned at college. As every moment w onld bo our last Tho aud iu their wild state they aro snapped up by city dealers at prices ranging my diggings, wrote on official applica the man raised me, I placed my feet 011 iceberg was already half way over us, from 8 to $10 per head. The Century tion as per directions, and, to make a the brickwork of the bridge, pushed wheu, to our joy anil thankfulness, it 'MiKjuzine. lung story short, received, two days lat myseff be.witiralU my A strength, turned aside, uud if oeut after fell it? er, a note desiring my attendance at tho jerked aJiUle forward, loworod my to 1110 tea rt iow J'KTVIC PAULEY'S (I HAVE. g btutiou on the "following day. Here, head,' atidjtiibn. fairly twisted under ay of our ship, hurling '.tho water over tbe The parents ot our young rondel s ro aSUr a rather stiff examination, physical captor's froraVrigbt to left. My tops of the masts, and blinding tar1 for a ncmber! "Peter Parley's Magazine,-"Rober- t and mcnt.l, and such tests of horseman' ichool experience had saved my life; time with tho icy drops which sploshed Merry's Museum" that sucgate with my for the man let go his hold with a ship as taking a cry over our faces. Tor n minute tho waves ceeded it, nhich was dually absorbed in arms foldedwhich I accomplished suc of nud quick as thought 1 sprang were checked lu their course, tho sea fain, tho youth's Companion. Tho geuia) " cessfully I was told that everything opon lnni. seemed to boil, tho ship rocked and old author ot these publiwas tolerably satisfactory, and I might nil right, old fellow, tako tho plunged, tho fails Happed against tho "It's cation?, once the delight of thousand expect an ofll.'iol notification of appoint' papers and read thcin." masts and Mattered, about the ico With of children, now sleeps without a monment at an early date. Meanwhile, it HutiuTth'e msdfexcitemeuttof tlio 'which thevi had Jbocufcovt'iaKl. Then ument save in tho good name and the would be desirable, I. was informed, that rememberine myjmssion, I itbe sun brokoT suddenly itlirouuhiihe loved and useful record he left to the I kept the mutter, as far as it had gone, thoighttiiisa'nrrokderTwas only a ruso oloudS, and vritlf fits rosy tinTslwlVin woild. quite private; a stipulation I had no dif on the part of the rutlian. He sat down tho biiow wo saw, to our deliuht, within His grave lies almost unmarked on ficulty in conforming to, since I had not on tho rood in the most uudigmtled fash- a short distance from the ship, tho lamll the Connecticut hillside. Once, while it tingle friend in the city. ion and banded me the papers. Tho first spread out peiora jits, wincii .urumiHta he was traveling in the West, a wealthy On the evening of tho following day I tho weary mariner.---- -' ono that met my gaze was a headed pieco cut and safety-flady, at a festival in St. Louis giveu iu found at my quarters a second note from of police-offic- e phper, ou which was Chatterbox. his honor, complimented him as u beneconspicuously Mr. Superintendent, 4.Y JiHKANXAS JVltY. written This is your tc6t for entering factor of his race, and promised to erect ciaiked " Private," and conveying Jbe the, JMiJCj'iandaa signed byJheSupJrj Down,' iran extremely rural district of a monument to his memory. That mo very ogreeauie intelligence mat 1 was Arkansas an old man was arrested for intendent has uover'been built. Tliu good temporarily engaged from that day. Tho " Well, j ouug man," said mine enemy, stealing a hog. Tho proof was positive, mortal niouuuicut is in the" loving hearts muu's' letter, t!osJ with a request that I would " you have passed tho last exam. with and court was surprised when the plea that, forty voari'Sgo, wor4 hivdellglitod call at ouee on the Huperinteadeut. honors, You have nearly broken my of not guilty was introduced. Tho lawSomewhat to my distMr, I'Jtwwd, on wrist But my horse is at tho first road- yer for tho defense, a man well known readers and pupils. Itis vejl,tp rouiitid the jpuug of the presenting myself, tint mypermanont. side hotel. If you'll come with mo I'll for his trickery rather than his ability, A"t a appointment was conditioned upon my hayaa driuK with you, aud got some cold seemed particularly desirous of selecting proses, day" where his ashes 'rest. short distance from. tho J1 Goodrich satisfactorily carrying through a special , fbtvtluVspraln. ' I believe It.will a jury Jhot would not show liartiality in jrcry job then on hand. It was an affair of bo a case of splints and sick leave ; but decision. Tho prosecuting attornoy, o Place" ot Southbury, Ct, is 0 rural some nicety ; and an old band, from an you have doue your work welt Bother young and inexperienced man, agreed to graveyaid. llurouud there, scattered other station, would have been given tho the arm how it aches 1" (So did my every juryman selected by tho defense, iu umong tho long grass, are mounds, where lie buriod tho forgotten dead. work, but for beiug absent on other knee.) and tho Judge, nlthough, ho might have Now aud then some modern shaft fulls business. The matter would admit o-Tho report was satisfactory, and I wus thought the defense stopped over the of those lately uiotirued, uud ouee in a no delay ; and it was imperatively necesppoiuted peruiHiiently. Mr. Hujerin-teudeut- bounds ot judicial courtesy, said noth- while somo flue tifOnutncut attructs the sary that it was undertaken by ttouio una tent caused mo to be bent on ing. Tho arguments were concluded, not, or seemingly not, belonging to the various duties which led mo into many leaving in tho minds ot the jieoplo no visitor's ee. Within this inclosuro is a small plot, Melbourne force. 111 short, I was to do rough exiierienecs;, lint f never lieljcvod doubt as tu'tho yenlict, for ono ot tho Tito The matter was briefly this: A myself to be so near deuth tit when I wits witnesses,"!, man, whoso word 110 one fenced in with stern simplicity. packet of Government papers, of high Jecidmjr uiy future with my superior could dispute, eworo that ho saw tho de- costly but pluiu slabs ot murblo stand withiu. On one is a numa and tuC importance, bad beeu stolen from lb0 (jtlk'tr. Vhnmlmrif Jninniil. fendant when ho stolo tho animal. Tho d ites, uud tho emblem u au optu book messenger to whose care they were Tub good but impatient religious ed jury retired, and, after a few moments, vtith tuo or three leaves. ; and, from information received, itor, who comes out but onoo a week mid returned a verdict of not guilty, iu Thero lies " Peter Parley," it seemed pretty certain that their pres exact opposition to tho charge ot tho to ; )iow few euu tell where and world-loveent possessor a mum fast becoming has tuvon days give tu hU job, is so court. ungenerous uud captious as to complain aro fhriued his mortal remains! Yet notorious ia the colony would be walkWhen the court adjopruod tho Judge folio wiug, simply as this'ivas his choice. With tho uiodoaty ing toward the city next afternoon ; and of such letters the on the score of the lack of prepaiatiou approached tho lawyer for the defenso of great minds, he shrunk from praise to prevent his mtimato acquaintance and remarked: good printer's "copy ;" publicity, and Jiisuug, though not with the towu enabling him to escape, as " Look here, my friend, I never heard or 110. l'lcaaa unku room fur tbe unhjmored, hellosiii a country gravelips or any confederates attempting hi reKnu. Tba I'rta C'U ot KyrograpU ht'M of such a verdict I cannot, as un im- yard Philadelphia Saturday .N'lyAf. lease, I was to wait by a bridge ou the tU an uiuotg Nov, 1. N'i Ui Lulldg pj fur. partial disseminator of justice, allow so line of road, about ten miles out of Mel- TboXof XttutliUch uuutually hopeful 31 flagrant an outrugo to bo peqtctruted 011 'f iu smartest tilings aro often said by bourne, and get tho pujiers from him. aJ tut com, IU let 11 ou prof. I luctoau 12, 00 this community. That man is as guilty maniocs. 'A resident physician, who The man wci by no means to lie shot, tub. CU ad of Vru. Jouta to l'augaU., Ooi as Judas, but, it you will tell ma the se making his rounds iu a lunatio asyor if possible even hurt; but tho papers Bab rkh la Uour'u lOcou. from liiblii ttau, cret of tho acquittal, I'll allow tho ver- was lum found au adult patient riding a VialuXt Must bo secured. Miuuto instructions hobby-horse- ,' ' ' Riding your hobby, are Hvon the 92 tueloted for sub. would dict to pass." as to bit appearance were followed by a " You sec, Judge, uonio of tho jury-me- n you?" he. bald. "No," said the lunauot mollify the religious editor. His prUty plain implication that ruy career was rather young and some rather tic, indeed grievous ; but tho Lord am riding my hobby-horse.- " tu tlte force would Mty largely depend inula are older." to the shorn lamb. What Is the difference ? " sold tho docteuiurs the wind Upon toy SVCCtJaW, ?" II. A. Meyer, Louurillo. mti: "I " Yos, but what does that signify old tor. "Any ono who is riding a hobby r'fttH, as way bo csaUy imagined, lu signifies that I run iu the hone can atop whn ha chooses ; but wyUiisg but blgk spirits. The pros-to- i btvo used liroNs's Iron Uittwi ior mui's twelve sous on tfio jury." Little any ono who is Hdiwt a hobby can't." highly recomrawid it." eueouuter with a of a ftnietlr Ltxryrtt f T JftWedO '' from tba Itcttou Trtntcrttt Lawyer "You jarty you knotv1 Mr. Titfr SomfXf iv.. . , e. 1 a aro proparing a Punster's Hand-Boo- k for tho use ot the sew aspirants ol pafagrsphlo fame. When tho "great American Lumjrist" in embryo sees a piitohwork pHingr tph in an exchange, built by a dozen different wits -- a paragraph, for InstAiico, ou Bostou, with its Hub-bugood felloes, spokesmen, never tiro, for wheel or whoa, a wag-othe press, oilo lots of questions, hold your tonguo, etc. - when ho socs such an cflort ho is seized with an irresistible desire to " catch on" with a pun of tho stn genus ; but the pun for which ho readies may bo 10 elusive, coy and retiring that he grabs for the unattainable. It is for tho benefit of such pumters tba hand-boois designed. The annexed brace of will show the character of tho work : Undertaker Shrouded-i- n mystery ; ; a grnvo subject ; tomb much ; n coftlu fit ; it is cemetery-a- l ; b, n k Failing! That is what a nrcal many people nrc loiui They Ion't know just what it the matter, but they have a combination of pain? and aches, and each month the, grow worse The only sure remedy yet found is Ukown's Ikon JiiTTRRS, and thu by rapid and thorough nssinulatitv. with thu lilood purifies nthi enriches it, and rich, stnm. blood flowing to everj' pa of the system repairs th wasted tissues, drive? i disease and give? health niul Kit. H. C. Montaon, MKTHODIST, 80UIH, ffnndej raotMn ana eref Prater Meeting- efrre etcrrit the thirl nliht Tburadaf nlfht, Sunday Hehool atlOv a. M. IieTjIUVi, lorn.on( qipriiiHtnuwu ArTlHT HT J M.JJaoe,l'aator. IVttlpea on Second and Kouftn Bundara. nomine and night, Itaret Meetlns eeetf Wedneada; after noon. BuDtia7ncDn01a1wauj.il n. K. narrow Louisville. New Albany & Chicago B Railway, t,,, i'ftlnco TO , superintendent illiilrlTI br the conartwatlon er- err InrJ'a day. rreachlnc by Ir. J. W. Oot onKecondand Ftoiirlh lorJ'a daji. Hnndaj Hehool at 1 1. Joa. nereraare. punerinienaani IJHMIIYTMIIAN, SOUTH hee. I. H. McFI- 1 oao rv nunuB npmitiiinv, rof , Hani, Buperlnten lent. Onion I'rajer Meetlnfon wetneeuar nunia. Fiilliiinii LOUISVILLE Hritrnl Hojlcx.-repeti Cnrs! I ANI SOI ID TRAIN1 CHICAGO ltom.lhe,Kw OPERA HOUSE, -- 1. A N. H 1C illlte In Imllfll In time to take the Tcnlec tftln of the "Moaon lloute ' and J inrnujo 10 sTAMrnnn. kv (IrreacAMlr. CraTffonlirlllf, and Ihlfflfco nlthent -- rhnf. 111;- - TIMK TAIlMi. em pm! 7 f.te. Ixiiilif lllr I 01 am, 1 01 an . Arr. tlrrvncaitla Uiie of Blare, 20iSO. Hht romplelt acta of Bren- I 05 am 1 0 pta Crawfonlatllle 11 S It ra4 It i u erf, eeaiins capamr, mtiouinir raiierj, aou. Ufafftte T SO a to I an Addreae Iteaaonahle ralre to rood allracuoni. t.hlraro ..- aa ahoie. The moatdlrect route, with onlr one charef rare, ta all po'"ln Wliconile, MlaoeeoU. luia, For further Information, addreae .Nc t.flita, Ac ' MltllltAV KKI.f.KILf. I'.A.i W. T. WALTON, - Proprietor. rrTATIILS. 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Whlrh poaltltalr tnd neraanf stir ram (muaed bj tiMaan ot utj kind,) htmt' dlarawa that nal nrnkttfm, and allloaa of anrrar,follow a fcaaot axiuaimof 7mp-tme- Thouaandaoffravra art Oatnrrh of tho Chronlo ono anauallf robbnl otthalr Ulcerotlrel I Catarrh or tho Bar. C or ikilma. Urn rro!oo(l, Throat. It taken INTBRNALLV. and liapplnnaand hrallk r- acta OIRCOTLV upon tha Blood and Mucoua Surfncaa ot tha Sretem. It awrvuiixiiMoiinafrtmi tha haat Blood Purifier In tha WORLD, and Is worth ALL that la oujujae. Nasal Coltj PHYBinAKfl - BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Palace Cn VVllhont tkaace. SHORT LINETO THE EAST rroaa Loalai Ilia la Falace Care wltnevtcbtare. recelvr aperial lowretea S'e A ale ol till. I .mpnr l r Itlei, reviaa Ac or wilir c ' AI OKI 0. r A I A "' Irulevirle ar. EMIGRANTS R::i.",;.Vcirei., if y, Charge tor ii ror 61ILT j.Mi.aa INTERNAL CURE I nai uigno. NR 'CATARRH park-hack- light-weig- ht p tVIN THE MARKKTC1 mamorr, uolranal laaaltuJr, pain In tba hack, ! And wa offer On Hundrad Dollara tor any dlmnraaofalalon, rranaturaaM apt, and man Coeo of Cntnrrh It will not Ouw. othardlaeaaea that lead to ronaunpUon and a preU matura cr art. "Banitfor tlrralara with ANV CASE. WILL CL-Klly the nrrallarlr worded adfetilMaiealiet iltal (no bj mall. Tha IA lif.OM.4TOK O0.- -I Offlco of A. T. BTrwaoT roulra, whuh are liable lo drrelfe the public. la aold at II per box, or alx loira lor II, tr all Caicaaa. 111 Juno 4. ltKL I Tbe hhenra I and gnlrkrel Konle frma. Cincindrunlata, or wlllba arnt fra bf mall, awurtlr itrurt. F Cbrnty tt Cta , Toitiio, V nati Vt'rat la the aaalnl, on receipt if pile, br addrwainar (ItntlttHtn -- I ULe tiloiuara In Informing TOM V. J. C1H.NET, that 1 Lata used Kail a Catarrh Cure. It baa 113 Adamaitml, Toledo, Ohio. hadaod ramlnr-- Iwaareryany raaeot don't hceltateto Sola acent for lb United fiutea. 11-- 1 jr Catarrh It taken & MISSISSIPPI aay that It will cure Yours trulr, prutierlr. . aawtiaiem . e 11 aAIIIteVTVMe J , Tt". vvohtii io norri-K10 Tloura E. McmiiT. Jackiion, Mich., rttJ Haw ba4 Catarrh for W yearn. Jlall'a Catarrh Cura cured It worth SiaWa, bottle. -- 7 m. Conldr Drucclate at :5cta rfrtotOj. ! lT5toldbyall CO. Manutactuml act nnl Air ' J. CUE.VEY OUIO. TOLEIrO, lloura ahead ol all other lloea. Eulo Don't Be Led Astray r J MYERS HOTEL, STANFOKD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, a B.I. ' Cincinnnti to St. Louis AM Dally Tialm.wlih noreanee ef K claaaet paaacn(era. Cera. inev-itah- ly Kor aala In Stanford by I'enny A atcAliater, ri for any ad' Propr I This Old and Woll- - Known Hotol Still Maintains its DR. GANN'S REMEDIES High Reputation, AND Free Pallor 3 Pally Tralm to Loutafllle, wllbhome In Afflicted, Attention 2 Pally Train, lo F.taoarllle, one leaechanieranee of allither with 4 1 POIl THE MILLION. TV. cattlo-shipper- it Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State ia iu Pare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Qneiti. MANUFACTURED BY X. (UHK, X II., 2 2 Hours QJair"R ,h" a,lc,t0 Itou"" 12 routee, of car. Dally Tralna to Cairo, 7 hour quicker than any other line, and no chance of can. Dally Tralna ta New Oileaaa. Me ckeofeof care front Cincinnati. MONTICELLO. KY. "aiaa will ta costaied free ofcktrii. Neecla.1 ari to s4 from Ike fetal arromatodatloaa te to Commercial Trarelera. Tke Bar will ke alwaje aapelled with tke ckolceat kraada of LUaora and Cltara, Dtanaard taniur Hcdlcmta, iney cannot w celled, ant are fully auUtanllatrd by the le the only line The Tbe worM la tilled with the wonderful. lautl-fu- l Tralna O. at floclnnatl to Bl. Louie, with 4 Dally from aiaklnf direct and Intricate InTentlona of man. rrt all tbe combined talent and teniae that the world net ei- - connectlona In the Union Deot (at BU LonlilelUi in uuaouri i aciuc naiivay, ni. Leuie, iron Meuo-laer known uaa neter roaureu anjtnioc inai ran A rloalbern Hallway, Chlcairo At Alton Kail-roacompare with tlann'e nenirdlee" Medical Cblriro, HurllDrloo A aklll and adence hae, aa yet. tilled to dlicoeer okakANI Louli lUilroad, Uutorr lUllrvad. A Vt abaah, ning equal to inem. lur tne cure ot toe uie-fo- r racme nauruaa, MiMourt, aanaaa A ML Louie Tataa nail they are recommended. Aa their which way) t IOUjeABan Iranrliio Hallway elrluee and uaea are bralwd br thourenda throulh' ont the lenrth aod breadth of tbe land, andai loan lnnBQC nlf Tw" Houre Leee Time on tha Oily iire.aodlcMch.are.fi py oiuer unea. tt. " 'Ir. . ex- Impreu. This Upon Yonr Memory. d LIVERPOOL once-jiopul- a LONDDN The O. A yt. le tke only Una by which yen For Cougha, Colda, Croup, Uruoehtlli, Oooiomp-Ho- n ran el through care from Cleclnuali tahL Louie and all Dlaeaaraa ol the Throat and Lnnga, without pallor eitra (are In addition to money pall for ticket. torilckcta. ratre. or aaf Inhnmatlooi tall aa Uso Dr. Gami'H Cough Ticket Aranla of coonwtlnr llnee. IH rtcaae rail at 131 walaUl at, is For Lifer Complaint, Dj.pcpala, Indlfeatlon JaunWeal Fourth at, (Innd Hotel, dice, Conatlrwtluii, Hour Biemarh and all HI I Ion l PtnrlnnaiH or Uepot of Mllletreet. UleroMi, VT. Vf. W. B, HHATT0C, (Uhuii'm Who (len'l Uen'l 1" aeaoier Alt tlnclnnall, N euralgU, H ralua, UrLleco and For Rheuiuatliin, J D. I1IL1, I'aaaenicr A rent, Lebanea, Ky HvelllDii-- au external allcatloa for manor Njrup. tt Dr. I.trer ure. & GLOBE IiiNiiraucc Compauy American Atteti, beaat Vro Dr. Ganu'n Forrilee, Ueuwrrholda, almllar dlataace, I.tulmcat. rlatala and all Durua, KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. ar raa -- THE MOST DEDIIIABLK , ! Vmo Dr. Ghuh'h Pile Oliiliueut. Dr. Ohuii'h Ultter-Nweet ROU- T- :" -- $5,212,737 81 Tor Freeh Cute, Burua, Ulcen ami OH Horra, T-O- Lones paid in 31 years $31,000,000.00 in U. S. exceed Solid, l'roiupt and Honorable. Pays lowcs vtlttiout 00 data' discount. Does the Leading American FoUclea written Vho OiBllMCHl. CIIeCINBTATI! And decidedly the i'opuler Uoule, aOordlnr, aa It dote, leaa rhantee and lupertor accoumodatlona ta , Business. br JOHN 8IX OTIIKH aented HI- M. PHILIPS, F1BST-CLAK- 1 Agent - at the aama inner. COMPAM1E8 ren-- rt Katea leaaonaLle. Minonri, Iowa, Xaniai, Texai, Furlfler, and alio curra D;nei.la, lndljeallon, Lifer The North, Korthweal and Weet. In fact, if yod ConiplatnL Malarial retere and all periodical route rapleta a trip In any dlrottloa, youi latertet IJlaeaaee. Manufaclurtd and for aala by will ha beat eorfrd by purchaalof your llekala f la K.CandCluclnnat(. STralnaeacb way 2 IMU xa:. 2C. uaa I'alare I an; hlrcant New per Coacheo, and Chair Care lona Ky, aVrAll orders bandeouiely furnlihed Kecllalnf Role proprietor, Montleello, the unequaled e)ulpmenta of thla Old Uelleble, M-- tl by null will rccelte pouipt atleolloa. thereby waklnj a trip of ar thla line one ol luiu-rlocomfort aod plceiura. Try II. , TIMK TABLK. IK ZtVkOt DLC. U. 1ML A Kellalle Tonic. Appetlter and llluud VHoDr.OuiiirMNtouiaclt llltlent w. r., isiPEijB mnl Kentucky's Route The only line runmu. bOVTU. No. a, No.. Na.. East Le. t Coilo-tou- . 'ri ST.ASAPH HOTEL. w I'ROrXIETOR, ii Cynthtana Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPIN0 OAES Lee. Leslnstou AablaniL Air LeilDlou. raliuouth.i., . larla. Too am SO Mia IIHtn am II It IS p ro pm IUpu 4 10 P B 120 ou Arr. Wlucncittr.., Ml. Blcrlluj liuotingtou.- -, i ii t ot OS pu 8 13 P ro 10 M put 11 90 tiui 1 SO p to II U pin pat 'fllnn MOepaj Spopin tu pu pu m P it isi pia ni I No. a. UtJam l UlOetu Hoaiu. Lee. lluntlnictoo No.l. 110 a in e 10 a ta TU) T lUau No.. dog-eare- d world-know- n SOlilDTRArN W. S. FRANCIS, A ron MTANFOBO, - lltilni bad IbU Hold Froiu tiueutent to garret, H KY. - Mt.HUrltni IIMiu " WlochaeiirM. Hit put -Arr. Leilotion . I 10 p u Lf e. lilDjton.. I iu p la IiOllUvllli. fJIUClMHHfa HUtl Lf X- - " l'aila .. . I 00 p in 9 ts p m Cjiilhlana.. Hy liiKton, 10 AahlandL.... S llliu SO am an Itcl'urnlslicrt and Ilollttcd It Ih h Nlrlctly I Intend (o Keep MHHHer, FlrMt-C'lH- WASHINGTON CITY. Oonnecllmr IU a to JfApa 1 11 a u Ittiu " Kalmoulh... 4 eft p 10 Iw a ntj SMpaii An. Cue lngton. It pu lilt a m let pm MAYSVILLK DIVISION. il a at Sit put In aarun depot with Cut tralna lor TSTqxtst -- And leart nothing undone that will add to the The Direct COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. -- ou Commercial Traveler Are ooVretl "I To iiatronlce rue, aa I hate erarr coaTtnlencejuch MNICKHAMfl.KKOOMS, Ac., fur Ibclruae. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS slngle-haude- d dyirIIB(l "It l'rh Saggag Trasiferred to and iron the Depot free of charge, aiitutsutl. W.8. FHANCIH. No. runa dally and baa day coachu froia Do. cluoatl to Weihlogtoa, I'ulluaa sleepen to Kane, , VV Va and Reclining Chair Car to Leu. wbal-allaloiion mope only at eletloue ou K. C. K. K. whrrallue la ilten. No. 1 runi dally, eicept ttuudiyi has tiroujb coacheilo Uun'loiUin. No. bunder, All Virginia and North Carolina 4 runa dally, eicept parlor tar haalbrourn coaches to tit. rilerllog and lo May mile. Na. 0 ruuidallji haa elegant day coach from VVaaUaf-to- u. Points. I'ulliaan hleepet from Kanawha Falla and For ttckela aod lurtber luforuiatlou, apply to alloc can UnclooatL rline aloi. from Lailogiontnu dally, eicept Only your nretat tlrketoiHce,r addreu Noe. I and Ban. day, and bare through coacbea bow Uuatlagtoo JAMFAO. KKNNT, and ML Hiaxllng. Direct coanecllon at Ualoaton (If Dl Weetero Aleut, with atagtw forHlclioood.Ky., Laereoceburr.ty., 310 W. Main Ml., Loul.illla, Ky asd Yenellleo, Ky. (1. VV, BENDEK. C. UBUOWN, V, W. SMITH, II. VV. ri)LI.KK, bupMlnlmdint. Oao'l Caaa. ATkt. Uen'l Ftaa'r Ag"t. Oen'l MaDM.r, eaVtai, OeitBgWs, Ky, JlchmonJ. Ylrjlola. Yorls.. No. Lf LeilcctonSpni Arr, Maya fillet Ivpu. No. 10 Uafiilllelliuaiu. Lexlaatea II leaia No. II larla 20 am. " afayafllla itaiu No.l " Majrarllle II Ualmtool Mpau 0n " Route to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, V