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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 18, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883051801_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 18, 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. 7' VOLUME X.-NUM- jfemi - HeeUn J3EK utefii KYM MfttHi NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 510. How ftomen STANFORD, Par Their Car Part. FRIDAY, MAY o, 18, 1883. ForIyppla, JAhU'JJEaV CotIenea, Kick Headache, -- 148. Chyttmnt in 1862. e The Pulse ot Animals. Two ladies who W. wero bound somo-wher- in company tho other day, entered n Woodward avenuocar together T. R. WALTON. Business Manager and no sooner wero thoy seated than they both made for their purses. "Oh, Publlihril Turi1ain rout Frhlnyt, let mo pay," pleaded ono. "Oh, I couldn't think of it." "Oh, do, now, A.NNUM. Sa.nO P. WALTON. .... .-. Editor and Proprietor IJ3It I havojust tho change" twelvo thouiaiul Inhabitants and nino nituatctl In hundred dwelling-hous- e, tho north western corner of Iiobemia, and pear tlio frontier. It la a thriving manufacturing place; hut a main sourco of its prosperity ia naturally tho mineral waters. Moro than twon tjr thousand guoats carao lait year "Oh, but I havo tho tickets." "Yes, I1m ilon't Mnl atampa In payment of tub- ctlptlon, etrrpt to make elunre. and then of de but you paid tho last lime." "But nomlotlloni not over thru cenlt. you can pay somo other time. Here I" She was hurriedly searching CaHibad. through her nortcmonnaic. hut didn't CarUlxri U an Austrian town of seem to find anything. 1 told you And tho second ono becan search in a wild manner, emptying out pins, needles, but no monoy. "Why! I do declarer gasped tho first. "Strangest thine I ever saw!" added the second. "I'll pay for both," olaervcd a man on tho seat opposite and ho marched up, fumbled through his pockets and held out a battered quarter to tho driver. Tho latter would nottako it and the man march ed nut and slid oil the platform in a moat solemn manner, ami at tho next crossing tho Iodic said thoy had taken tho wrong car, rang tho boll and got oil. Detroit Free Press. had' "I nr w , M Andrews, tho portrait painter of Washiogton, owes his start to his picture of her face - Before this ho bad been unknown. Ho came hero from Cincinnati, nnd had but littlo to do. Mrs. Bell gave him n sitting and ho had tho luck to catch ono of her most beautiful expressions. Tho picture was shown at Corcoran' gallery, nud crowds wont to seo it. After this tho unknown artist was unknown no long A Pennsylvania fanner early lost er. Orders poured in, nnd ho has spring placed in nn old pond GO feet rant." now mado enough to build him a fine eleven German carp. NovemWo venturo to doubt the authentic- house, nud ho is the portrait painter square ber 9, tho pond was drained, nnd ity of this narrativo. Tho Kentucky of the capital. carp wero captured, ranging in gentlomau may have his littlo pecuMr. Wako Hubbcll confesses tho au- length from I J to G inches. One lesbo too conscious liarities, and oven that he is a Kentuckian and a gentle- thorship of tho following spring poem: son taught by this experiment was well matured fish spawn man, but it is an awfully unsafo cere- "Tis nightl Tho tired traveler seeks that large, and over all tho earth the si- early nud quit, und tho young will be Cincinnati Com- reposo, mony to kick him. ' lent stars keep watch. Tho birds are uniform iu sizo, while tho young from mercial. in tho shady trees, aud hushed the parents of unequal sizo and age will , Immense Coal Fields. Mr. wiud and all tho breeze; and watch-mo- not be uniform. writing from Canton, eays that on their lonoly beat, pcrambu-Int- o A Pittsburg girl who had refused a the roinoral resources ot China aro tho quiet street. No sound is good looking telegraph repair man calculation. Coal, iron, copper, hoard save the geutlo gnawing ot the three times within six mouths gavo as tin, lead, silver and gold nro abund-nu- t. It is estimated that ono produc- rat, aud tho shrill murmur of tho a reason that he was too much of a tive or available coal field of China, thomas cat! Now softly up tho win wanderer. That ho roamed from polo without a flaw or flsxuro, accessible dow Hows, and from it quick a boot- to polo, from ono climb to another, by moans of coal gallorios, amounts jack goes! In front of that bright and if ho did come home he'd bo insuto 30,000 squaro miles, and that tho cottage door that thomas cat will siug late that the neighbors would be suro to talk. no morel" entire coal bods of Chiua exceed The roots of strawberry plants, Two English sparrows got into a square miles, or twenty times when thoy are to be long out of the more than tho aggregate atea of the fight recently in Paducah, aud triedto coal-fiel- ds in Europe, one-hof drown each other in tho stream flow- ground should always be dipped in ia in Great Britain. Alongside ing down a street gutter. After a thiu mud, aud the same is often usewhich of these enormous coal beds in Chiua long and desperate struggle, one got ful for cabbage and tomato plants. If tho other'a head under aud kept it tho bundlo of roots wero then rolled aro irou ores in great abundance. tliero until lifo was extinct. A largo in damp moss the? would keop in An 'old lady who recently died in number of birds gathered around the a better condition for planting. Norway directed that her cstato bo victor, and chattered to it as it sat on Iu tho cities a lady's pretty foot is equally distributed among six discarda limb rearranging its toilet. The greatly admired, but out in tho rural ed lovers, all of whom wero poor, exfight was witnessed by moro than ono districts whero the Jersey cattlo roam, plaining her bequest as follows: "Thcso hundred people the calf holds a higher position. lovers cither courted mo for my monKon-tucky 0 Soy-raourd 100,-000 alf uuri-valed Tho (1882) to try their virtues. itream of visitors has been (lowing during centuries of summers to Carls bad ever sinco the thirteenth centu ry at least. Later that) this tho springs received their preont name from Charles IV, Emperor of' Austria Tho local and King of Hohemia. legond is thai ho discovered them in the year 1358 whilo on a hunting ex curilon. A dog, too eagerly pursu ing a door, fell into ono of the the hot springs; his yelping brought tho Emperor lint upon the sot, whero tho thermal water, wreathed with clouds of vapor pulsed out of the clett of tho rock. The huntsmen, rushing in af ter their leader, named tho place. Charles's Bath, and Carlsbad it has been called to tho present day. Tho story ii a pretty ono, and may be substantially true; but as to tho discovery of tho springs, thoy were well known long before the timo of tho imperial hunter. Their sito is indicated upon a Bohemian map of the previous century under tho namo of Wary, or "warm bath;" while tho stream upon which Carlsbad town is built has a Its name much older than this. meaning settles tho question of tho antiquity of tho springs. Tho "Tepel' means "tho topld stream," the word's etymology being tho same in English and in Slavic. But tho Emperor Charles, if ho did not discover the place, at least gavo it its vogue; he frequented Carlsbad, and built a palEver since that ace thcro in 1.158. timo it has been known as the most efficacious of tho many springs in Titus German speaking countries. Munson Coan, in Harper's Magazine for Juno. Tho following appears in tho Chicago Tribune, and professes to bo a chapter of history: OKJJTLKJIAN.' "A gentleman sir!' " 'I'm a "Well, what of it?' " 'I'm a gentleman from Kentucky sir.' " Who said'you wasn't?' " 'Do you mean to insult mo air?' " 'Do you mean to annoy me any longer with your impertinence?' gentleman, sir, " 'I'm a and will blow your brains out if you insult mo, sir.' " 'I'm a Chicago business man; I haven't timo to attend oven my own funeral, butlhavojust timo enough to ktck'you into tho street.' "And he did it, and coolly resumed his meal at a Dearbon street restau'KF.K-TUCKKcn-tucky On Christmas day, 18G2,whcn Confederate monoy began to depreciate, turkeys in Virginia wero worth $11 apiece; salt 311 cents n pound, whilo "tho yulo log" was 815 n cord; firecrackers wero $5 a pack. In 18C3 turkeys had risen to $50 apiece; whis cost $70 a ky and rum for egg-nogallon; sugar was from $5 to $10 per pound; flour $125 a barrol. Gold was at a prcmcum of $2,800 and n plain Christmas dinner cost about $300, In 1801 flour was $G00 n barrel; butter $ 10 a pound nnd sugar $2 nu ounce At a Christmas dinner at a country housd near Ittchmond, thoy had for dinner a $300 ham and tho last turkoy on the plantation, value $175, with $100 worth of cabbage, potatoes and Corn bread was served hominy. mado of meal at $80 a bushel and salt $1 n pound. Tho desert was black molasses nt 8G0 a gallon, and after one cup of tea real tea, worth $100 a pound. Treasured for tho occasion as a surpriso and not sassafras there was cofieo a ditcretion, mado from sweet otntocs cut into littlo squares, toasted and ground. In horses tho pulso at rest beats forty times, iu an ox from fifty to fifty-fivnnd in shoop and pigs about seventy to eighty beats per minute It may bo felt whero vor a large artery crosses a bone, for instance. Is is generally examined In tho horse on tho cord which crosses over tho bono of tho lowor jaw in front of its curved position, or in tho bony ridgo above tho eye; and in cattle over tho middle of tho first rib, and in sheep by placing tho hand on tho left aide, where tho beating of tho heart may bo felt. Any material variation ot tho pulso from tho figures given above may bo considered a sign of diseato. If rapid, hard, and full, it is an indication of high fever or inflammation; ii rap id, small, and weak, low fover, loss of blood, or woakness. It slow, tho probabilities point to brain disease, nnd if irregular, to heart troubles. This is ono of the principal and sure tests of tho health of an animal. The bee has long been tho typo of the industrious worker, but there aro few peoplo who know how much the sweet hoard of tho hive repre sents. Each head of clover contains about sixty distinct flower tubes, each of which contains a portion of sugar not exceeding the part of a grain. Tho proboscis of the boo must thereforo bo inserted into COO clover tubes beforo ono grain of sugar can bo obtained. Thero aro 7,000 grains in a pound, and as honoy con s ot its weight of tains dry sugar each pound of honey repro sents 2,500,000 clover tubes sucked by bees. la-!three-fourth- pain It fdt tinder the Shoulder-bladnhtaV.cn (or Kheumatitm general lost of appetite i ftoweli Re neralle eottire, aometlmet alternating with Us the heed l troubled with piln. It dull and heavy, with comidcraUe lot of memory. accompatled with a painful tentatlon of leaving undone tomtthin which ought to hare been done, a alight, dry cough and flutbed face It tomcilinei an attendant, often mliutrn for comumntloni the patient complaint of wearlnett and debility j nervous, eauly ttartlcdi feet cok or burning, aometlmea a prlcltv tcmition of the akin caltttf tplrlu are low and dripondcnt. and, although tttitfied that eitrclse would be beneficial, yet one can hardly tummon up fortitude to try it la fact, diatrutta every remedy, Sereral of the above lyroptoroi attend the diteaie, but catet hare occurred when but few of them calmed, yet examination after death hat ahown the Liter 19 hare been cxterairtly deranged. Jaundice, Ilnpnrlljr of tli IIImmI, Fever and Affile, Malaria, ami all Dleeate earned by De rangement of Liver, lloweli and Kidney. BTJtPTOMS OF A DISRASiro LIVEH. Hid llrtiib, Pain In the Side, aoraeUmet the rlKMt, w MMMa-- Ohronlo nlr- - WALL PAPER ! TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, .A.T M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S Druggists and Booksellers, Opora Honso Block, Stanford, Ky. ..... Pbntfltnt' T It alioulit young-- , be need by alt pertona, old and whenever any ef the above symptom appear. - IFAltetov PHARMACISTS tvf '(. ' gaBBBjtBBBBBBBaaaaBW Feraon Tramline or Living- In Unhealthy Localities, by taking a dow oceatlon-all- y to keep the Liver In healthy action, will avoid an Malaria, lUIIoua attack. Dlntocu, Drowalneit, Uepreulon of Spirit,, etc. It will Invigorate like a gUit of wine, but la no beverage. If Tou have eaten anything; hard ot ulgeatlnn, or feel heavy after mealt, or Bleep-l- rt Nan-te- a. at night, take a dote and you will be relieved. Little Johnny. One timo I was tale purgative, alterative and never be out of place. The remedy la Mary Anderson. Speaking to William Conner, John McCullough's agent, about Miss Anderson, ho said: "That girl shows tho advantage of purity and virtue to an actress. Sho has a clear, upright character. Her mind is not led away by blandishments. Sho works liko a horso. Her beauty is so remarkable that it would havo spoiled any woman not anchored on good principles. In deed, sho has strong common sense, and ambition too. Her ambition has been exerted in n uniform, regular o way, and her growth no one can but those who aeo her occasionally. She is becoming tho most powerful person in tho profession. I venturo to say that her profits are not less than 50,000 this year, and they may reach as much as 880,000. Sho will continue to draw moro and more and command higher prices. Her health is perfect. Her physical strength is said to be rcmarkablo by thoso who act with h;r. Sho is trying to purgo hcrsolfof all defects, and is willing to learn from anybody; and her sweetness of nature and real good senso mako Uath. her friends everywhere." per-ceiv- in Mister Briley's shop and ho had cut oil a pig's head and set it on top of a bar), and olo Gaffer Peters ho cum in and seen it, and ho sed, ole Gafler did, "Mister Briley yure pig is gitten out." Mr. Briley he luked and then said, "That's so, Gafler, you just take that stick and rap him on tho noso fore he can draw it in." So Gafler ho tuke tho stick and snook up reel sli, and fetched pig's bed a regular nose wiper, hard as ever ho cudo with n stick, and knocked tho pig's head off the barl, and you novcr seen sich a stonished ole man! But Mr. Briley ho pertended like howusn'l lookyn and ole Galler bo said. "Mister Briler. you must excuse me, but when I hit at tho pig it dodged and cut its bed offagin tho odje uf tho barl." The And hat ail the power and efficacy of Calomel or Quinine, without any oT the injuriout after cftccta. tonle can harmleti nnd doea not Interfere with bualneae or pleaaure. IT IS rtntELT VEOETAltLE, Simmont Liver Regulator hat been In ute In my family for tome time, and I am aatiiSed It U a valuable addition to the medical adence. J Gill SHOtTta, Governor of Ala. Time, and Doctor1 Bill will be laved by altvaya keeping- the Regulator In the Holme I For, whatever the aliment may br, a thoroughly jWraWWil Jtf LijJjiflsgWgL fir iir'irmi. y"' vfck ""! HJta.njjn Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Artiolos. T ' iVf A. preactlpllona aceuratelv Alao compounded. i Sf ft .glaW A J'WKa,Kis; Till Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry & Slherwaro Ever brought to thla uittket. Prion Lower lhan Ihe Lowett. Watctaea, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on thort notice and Warranted. A flovernoi'a Teatlmony. Groceries, Provisions, &c, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Hon. Alexander IT. Stephen, of Oa., tayt . Have derived tome benefit from the use of fclmmont Liver Regulator, and with to give It a further trial. Argonaut. According to tho recent report of tho Commissioner of Agriculture, there aro 7,000,000 persons in tho tho United States engaged in agricultural pursuits. Tho total valuo of farms aud farm implements is 813,- s 101,300,133, tho or wealth of tho nation. Tho valuo of farm products and live Block for 1878 was $2,000,000,000, against $2,800,000,000 of mining and manufacturing products. From this it appears that a majority of tho adult male population! in this country in en gaged in ngriculturo, nud moro than half tho wealth of tho nation is in vested in the industry. A four inch tire will carry two tons over soft ground with more ease to tho team than a two tiro will carry ono ton. The wheels aro not so much strained by atones and rough tracks on tho road and tho road is not cut up, but, on the contrary, is packed down and keeps smooth. Tho prevalent idea that the draught is in creased by widening tho tire is alto gether baseless; on the contrary, a wido tiro reduces the draught. Tho extra cost of the tiro is repaid many times over overy year in tho extra work that can bo dono by a team. Michigan l'armer. two-thirdo Tho utility of modern invention has been forcibly illustrated. A few nights ago the editors at work on tho top floor of the tallest newspaper office in New York, heard the fire engines gathering atlta base about midnight. Stepping to tho telephone, one of tho editors called to the police headquar ters, a mile away: "Is our office on fire?" "No," camo the prompt reply. "Its a little building around tho cor ner. It took less time to ask tho question of a man a mile off, who knew all nbout it from routine reports, than to go down stairs and see for themselves. Utility of tiie Telephone. Uver Aflection and Debility, but never have found anything to benefit me to the eatent Simmont Uver Regulator hat. I tent from ta to Georgia for it, nnd would tend further for tuch a medicine, and would advite all ho are affected to give It a trial aa It acemi the only thing that never Ulla to relieve. 1'. M. Jahnit, Minneapolis Minn. Dr. T. W. Maeon aaytl From actual ex. perience in the toe of Simmont Liver Regulator In my practice I have been and am aatitSed to ute and prtKrlbe It aa a purgative medicine. YTake only the Genuine, which always i Wrapper the red Z Trade-Ma- rk lf.ro of J. IT. ZEILnr A CO. DY ALL DRUOfilSTS "The only Thing that never fullt to neueve." I have used many remediet for H. C BRIGH- TSi. Asaph Block, Stock or Detlrra lo call attention to the Large and Comprehensive Groceries, Provisions CoufoctloncricH, Tobacco, Cigar, Ac, on Small Which hi keepa ajwaya oa hand. Makes a specialty ol Handling OooJt at Wholesale O00J1 delivered within town llmlti free of chirge. Profit. The Florida Falsifiers. There is an interesting fact in relation to the great fraud of 1876-- 7, which is liko-l- y to become moro interesting as the years roll on. The reader will catch the idea from the following: Zacharinh Chandler. Samuel J. TiMen. James K. Andenon. Eliza Pjnkaton. Ono of tho Florida falsifiers whose name does not occur to us, and R. B. Hayos, if alive, is keeping remarka Li vino - A. OWSLEY & SON, IEALER.S IN Dead Hardware and Groceries, Glass ware, Queensware, Wooden and Willowware, Stoves, Grates Fort Two. Mr. Bell, tho telephone man, is worth 0,000,000, and ho has tho most elo gant reeidenco in Washington. A roan told me today that his wife is very beautiful, and that sho is deaf and dumb. Bell bccimo infatuated with her beauty nnd married her. In experimenting on an audiphone, that she might bo ablo to hear, he discov ered tho principle of the telephone. In this way his wifo indirectly mado his fortune Her husband's fortuno is not the ouly ono Mrs. Bell has made. She Made Fortunes An article was read at the last ses sion of the Academie des Sciences on bly quiet and in the shade. the phsiological effects of coffee. Ex- Mr. Tilden, many times reported aa fatally periments have proved conclusively bida fair to outlive every one of that cofieo does not assist or retard di- ill, of thoso who were engaged in or prof gestion, but acts solely upon the brain ited by tho counting out conspiracy of and vasometer nerves. Too violent 187G-7- 7. stimulation of these produces partial An Arkansas man moved back paralysis, consequently many hitherto unexplained cases of partial paralysis from Tnzas to his old home on of the sickliness of the country, can bo ascribed to an immoderate use He says he had a brother hung for of coffee Taken moderately two or tbreo cups a day the effect is benefi horse stealing; a eon got his arm cut cial, stimulating gently tho brain and off in a saw mill; his wife ranaway nervous system and greatly benefiting with, another man and n vigiianco committee only allowed him twenty-fou- r the brain worker especially. hours to get n healthier country. Farmers, put in abundanco of sorghum, this spring. Besides the cerA soap mino has been discovered in is a depostainty of a good crop of syrup, and California. mayhap, of sugar, it is as suro as corn, it of white earth, freo from grit and and those who havo experimented impregnated with a small percentago with it as forage value it for all kinds of potash. It is easily sliced into bars of stock. To feed it to tho best ad- and for cleaning purposes it is a fair vantage, the stalks should be cut into Buhstituto for manufactured soap. ono aud a half inch pieces, as soon as San Francisco Chronicle tho reeds ripen. If then packed Tho dudino is the namo applied to loosely, it is warranted to remain the female dude. The dudino wears a sweet and good all winter. mashed gooseberry colored hat and a Cider TnAT Will Keep. Take high collar, nnd her clothes are made good, sweet cider, direct from the to fit tight. She carries a paraiol in lieu of the dude cane, press, boil and skim it until thoroughly clarified, and no more; and while and is often accompanied by an Enghot put into bottles and jugs, filling lish pug terrier. them up to the cork. Cork tight. Set Out in Kentucky when they wish in a dark, cool place. You will find to raiso the price of land in a locality it to be tho best cider you ever drank; they build a distillery in the vicinity. clear, pure and good as wine. Boston Post. In Massachusetts o sharp-pointed and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent ana uamny jriour, uames, Traces, Salt, Limo, Coment, Field Seeds, Plows and Farming Implements. Call and seo tho genuine Hamilton Plow . OPERA HOTJSE BLOCK. WE ARE READY! -- WITH- Men's, Boys' -- & Children's CLOTHING! I3NT ABUNDANCE WWN & I ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT! Correct Styles aud Low Prices. A man in Paris is said to havo made when they want to lessen tho populaCova fortuno by coloring canary birds tion they start an alms house. rod. The secret divulged on his ington Commonwealth. death bed, was "simply seasoning the man who lifted a Tho food very highly with cayenne pepper barrel of water with his teoth at Lex just beforo and during the monlting ington tho other day is said by the season," and it has the double advan- Frets to havo broken his jaw in three tage ot "improving their health," places trying to get away with a Lex ington beefoteak. iron-jawe"man-fashion,knee-breeche- BRUCE. GO. Fivo young ladies of Denver, Col., " clad rido the bicycle piles i Plies i puesi woolen in black velvet for lift ItUemliiu'o 'I''" JHnrurervfined lea high stockings, a polo cap and a sack I'tlm a radical chauge from the old r herttofore In ute. The Diecomy It lb mull ol bicycle shoos. Tho yean pa coat, with low-cu- t of tltut dentine nudy and Invcitlgatlon Denver masculines aro all learning to lata tue character of tlilt painful diteaie. To con. A Uf merit, ride, so as to accompany tho girls in vloie you ot IttKreat W. M, call on friiuyVrruon, WtUr, Ml. All.ter, Stanford, or their spine ni get a aanile tox frrn of rhtrje. Catarrh is the teed of consumption, and Tbere It bo tefety In allowing a cougb, however unltsa taken In time ts a ier dangerous eligbt, to continue. Ho one ran tell tbe cougb tbat Hall's Catarrh Cure never falls may prove daugerout. lirown't Expectorant will dlieano. radicate any tvugb or cold evtr contracted. A to cure. Price 76o Bold by Penny A your druggltt for tbli and tax nu other. Fur aale Vf. EDWARD WILDER'S Ntrrr iti ti c no Fever aud Ague, Intermittent Fntr, Dumb Ague, Dytptpita, Uver Complain), ladigtttioa, Coli. and Flea. It will Cure Cottivtntti. It la a talo Alttrttive auil Tonic a mild nud Dtlightfyl levlgortnt (or Delicate Womta, a powerful rvcupc-ru- ut after tbe frame has bcoti debilitated and reduced by alckness, an excellent appetizer, litre toue to the dlgtitlre organ', priveuu Malaria, brace up the ayttein, itrengthcn the portal circulation and cliari Uio whulo animal economy from tho tetdiof disease. The illghtoat attack of fcrcr may bo a prelude to tho wont, and tho remedy that would conquer It whllit It 1 yet tn It commencement, may be of no value when It b it It full development. Particularly 1 thl tbe raso with penon around whom the pcatlferoui Influence ot Mtlarl cUagt la the form of Dumb Chlllt, Brow Ague, Painful Spleea. tad Wttk Btomich. For Die Cure of all tbe above Ulwaac thlt ixvptratloa itandi unrivaled, and IU good and immanent eiTerti aro atteated by thouaanda, and It la recommended allVe by tho ftblett medical men and the mluUtry TRV IT, all you that are amlclcd, and be convinced ot It wonderful power and benetl-eleffucta. by Penny A McAlltttr, (Stanford, and ey, which they may now have, or elso Dr. Jason A. Scott, LoulivilIe,Ky., M. B.Miller, Louisville, says: "I One of our beetcttltens would say to the ter, Wt. Vttooo. loved me, and for that reason writes: "Brown's Iron Bitters is they havo used Brown's Iron Bitters with public that he hu tried Hall's Catarrh Cure Dr. T. II. Ruckrr,of Arlington, Iud., tart Uut as a family medicine I use it great success for general delillty and and It Is all that Is claimed for It. Price Biow n't Expectorant U lite moat valuable remedy they shall have tho money',-- for I befor contumptlon extant. For tale by itnay A in my practioe." lieve them." dyspopsia." 76c per bottle. BttnforJ, tnd W JI. Wb,r,Mt, Vernon. M. Wa- STOMACH BITTERS For Hale In tacanford ly Penny Sc MoAllotor. i 't a a M not how many State Conventions, with a ry in tho Slate, was named for Per- resigned In August, 1859; waa appointed Mra, Henry Woolfork, of Louisville, art which I swear ia manent Secretary, together with the Attorney General of Missouri in the same visiting the family of Dr. O, fttalty. Mingrnrrona simply amazing, they, the victors In others named. Tho bono of conten- month; was unanimously nominated for the es Mary and Nannie Gentry, of Sedalia, same position by the democratic convention Mo , are visiting Mm Mattle Gentry, Mr. the light, have Ixen the uncomplaining tion of tho report was x:"3r. tho resolution and elected In Angnit, 18C2; returned' to R. D. Foley, of Cincinnati, la at the Clemhewers of wood and drawers of water for to drop tho hindmost candidate alter Kentucky and commenced the practice of ens House. May 18, 1883 the vanquished. Friday Morning, Mr. Wilson Dunn, of Garrard county, We can no longer litdo from ourselves tho seventh ballot. Tlicro was a mi- law In Ubanon in 1803; waa a member of Forty-firsand has moved his fine trotting horses, Aliel EDITOR the monstrous folly and meanness of such nority report against it, and a voto the Fortieth, WILTON, W.P. Congresses, and waa Abdallab, Mattle McGee and Jessu to tho an attitude toward such men. We can no being taken on it by a call of coun- Forty-fiftCongress aa a democrat, stables of Bruce A Harlan of this place. loncer excuse it, even to ourselves, ly af ties, it was lost by 40$ to 270. Tho to the Forty-sixtnr.MocnATic nominkk Fon nnrnnsnuT- feeling lo sneer at the cause for which they receiving 8,009 votes agalnat 4,010 votes for Mr.Slmma, of the firm ofMattlnglyA ATIVE, majority report was,aftcr tho report of Belden, republican and 01 vote for Slmms, of Marlon county, Is In Boyle fought. There Isn't one of us, if he will JUDGE THOMAS P. HILI JR. He buys good stock and pay libhut be honest with himself, who would tho Committeo on Credentials, adopt- la, National, There eral prices. Buchanan, the promising now reverse a single decision of the War. ed and tho balloting began. (5wWelA Uttrbr Journal Buckden coll, full brother lo HarFor my part, proud aa I ahall always I lcing 117 counties in tho Stato and Loimvn.t.n, Ky , May 17, 7:20 r. it. that I carried a musket for my section In a all with ono or two exceptions repre- Tho first work of the afternoon session ry Gil more, owned by J. W. Guest, haa war which fate made an inevitable necessi- sented, it takes nearly an hour to poll waa the nomination of candidates for Lieu- been entered for the Louisville races next week. But for an accident he would have ty, and in which therefore no one waa to tho voto tho Stato and figuro tho result, which tenant Governor. Allen, K. Polk John won a race at Nashville last week. Domoorats of d blame, except the dastard who shirked it, son, Young, Ilindman, P. P. Johnson, Council. Fugleman's Keith, Mr. J. II. bating not one Jot of my love for that peo on tho first ballot showed Knott 189; Vct and Griffith were named, but P. P. pie whose heroic though unavailing con Jones 205; Buckner 143?; Owsley Johnson and Griffith were subsequently fine and fast young horse, will Irot In the -AT Cecil Bros. Proctor Knott Nominated for Governor atanry will remain a heritage and crown of 110 and Jacob 00, on a total voto of wlthdiawn and a resolution waa adopted to 2.30 class at Nashville on ScTenth Ballot. glory to their children's children, I con 739. The Owsloy men wero greatly drop the hindmost candidate after third A Kue on Wednesday sold lo Klndlg Bros, , ftas now, and with the soberest sincerity, elated over tho result and showed their ballot. Gov. McCreary reported the reso of York, Pa, five good harness horses at Illndmnn In llie I.rml far I.lent.flov that I am glad wo were beaten, I thank enthusiasm by liberal cheers. Tho lution which reaffirmed the platforms of $175 each. Bruce A Harlan sold one to rrnor. the same firm at the same price. Thoa, 11 Qod that a common flag floats above aa Convention then adjourned till 8 r. jr. 180 and 1880. Judge Owsley made a Wood on Wednesday bought of Oreenlerry undivided itepubllc. I thank God, even very telling speech in answer to calls and Tho first ballot at tho night session Bright a good mule for $175, Louisville, May 17th. It is sel- for the bloody surgery which cutout to iw alter-so- n wat warmly applauded. Hsnry I'Oltshowed a loss to Owsloy of 20 votes. is last root the hideout cancer of human dom a liner looking body of men ,on being called for, got in a handsome Mr. David Ihnner, of New York, was here , but tail and that, in the race for all that life Tho next gavo him speech on a tariff for revenue only, which Wednesday looking at seen than that which was called to Great excitement was now occa waa enthusiastically received. Three bal- to make the purchase he contemplated. order in Liedeikranz Hall at noon holds for any of us, our former slaves have of us sioned by Col. Young arising and lots were taken, Ilindman leading on third, d an even atari with the yesterday. They were tho represen all. If they can beat ua lo the string, let withdrawing the namo of Mayor with Ja ia Allen and Young next In atrength. It tative men of Kentucky and showed them claim the purses and welcome. Impossible to aay who will be nomina cob from the Convention. The fourth the good stud of which the democratIn that band of unselfish and heroic spir ted. At 7 o'clock the Convention adjournDEPARTMENT. ic party is composed. Contrary to Ita who, after working out these great is ballot resulted: Owsloy 123; Buckner ed till 0 r. m W. P. W. 11. AV12HT". Kill tor. Oliver Plows, Meikle and Avery Doable Shovel, and the Brlnkler Such expectation there was littlo or no sues, subordinate personal ambition to 171; Knott 2231: Jones 217. There o Tim legal farco at Harrodsburg lurning ana oingie ana juoudio anovei ana Harrow combined. LANCASTER. their party's good and the country's peace, was but little change on tho fifth baltrouble in electing a temporary chairNo farmer ihonld be without it. Mr. Ham Brown haa commenced of the brightest and bravest waa the lot and after the sixth ballot, which closed Wednesday afternoon, when tho one man. Hon. Isaac Caldwell, of this . jury brought in a verdict that Phil. work on his He expects to modest gentleman for whom I speak. In city, was placed in nomination. Judge hia person, I beg you to show to hit com- resulted as follows, tho Convention Thompson was guilty of no crimo in have the brick for the Robinson block adjourned till 10 this morning: Knott Saufley named Col. Slat Walton, of rades the recognition which has so long been killing Walter Davis. This was in burned in about six weeks. Jones 2273; Buckner 171 Owse 232; There will be service at the Biptist Lexington, and some onoelsoG. W. dented them and say to the world by accordance with expectation. Tho juchurch Sunday morning and night. Preachaction that it is no longer deemed ley 101?. Reeves, of Hickman. As the vote ry was made up of Thompson's person- ing by Rev. It. R. Noel. Rev. J. R James been a NOTES. progressed, Reeves was withdrawn disgraceful in Kentucky to have Sir. Caldwell is not a quick man, al and political friends, some of whom ha been called to the pastorate of the Union man. To eighteen years of rank in and later on Col. Walton. Judgo gratitude Baptist church at this place. and monumental folly, let ua not, but his rulings aro generally satisfac- aro dependent on tho Thompson famiSaufloy then moved that Sir. Cald- I pray you, add another day or hour. In- tory. Miss Ida Grant and her brother Hugh, ly for support and it is said that moro well's election be inado unanimous, deed, and In sober truth, we cannot afford Bishop Dudley opened the proceed than ono perjured himself in swearing are on a fishing exenrsion at Point Burn-aid- And with their father, and uncle, Dr. S. P. which was dono amid tremendous ap it. EloYntor. Thia is no threat, Mr. Chairman. The ings with prayer, during which an ir that ho had formed no opinion in the plause. Air. Caldwell, on taking the men whose claims plead are not the kind reverent delegate in the rear of the caso. Sir. Thompson stands vindica- Grant, of Danville. Mrs. Dr. F, O. Young I Is visiting relative in Kayetle county. Tho Jowol llango Cook Stovos, Stop Stovoa, Tin chair, made a neat little speech, after who skulk to the rear because they cannot hall cried out, "louder." ted in tho eyes of tho law, but tho ver- Mis Allle Dunn i still visiting friend in Cagos, Barbod waro, Annoalod Wiro, which Col. E. Polk Johnson, A. 0. lead the battle. It ia no threat, but it ia a The Convention is a noisy one, but dict of tho people is that he is guilty thia place. Lime, Salt, Cement, Flatter Farii, &c. A general stock of Qroceriei, plea unbought there is an absenco of that disgusting of tho nturder of an innocent man. Robertson and others wero elected warning, if you will, and a Mrs. Jennie Collier was tried before Wooden, China and dataware. and from the heart for fair play, for honJudge Singleton Tuesday, charged with Secretaries. individual, who bobs up on any and evenhanded jusTun Frankfort Commonictalth in arson. The warrant against her was disOn motion fcthe appointment ot est party ethics and for all occasions just to show himself. tice. tho ignorance and seriousness of ita missed. John Bryant and Jas, Gill, were A. word or two more of a personal charmembers of tho various Committees Judge Owsley was at his headquar Judge Owsley is ters at tho Louisville Hotel lost night, soul says the candidates for Governor tried In the Police Court Wednesday for was made by a call of districts. Lewis acter and I have done. all such good and worthy men shootlrig at each other. They were fined D. Baldwin, Judge Q.W.McClure and wanting in none, of the high qualities of a presiding with his usual grace and "aro Governor. He has the dignity, the ability that it is hard to decide between one cent eacli and cos!. Thomas J. Scott, represented tho 8th Unless it rain soon the wheat crop in ease, xlis handsome wife was in the and executive force which go to the makethem," and proposes to settle tho diff- this section will be very low. There la on Organization, Credentials and Res- up of the ideal Chief Executive. He is parlor of the same hotel, surrounded populsr line ol Airlrullursl Implements ind riMuari iculty by electing Governor Black- about $10,000 worth of hemp in thia counInordtr lo get control of thelit and Vehicles, end also In order to ensblf me to purchase In such qnanllllre si to ohteln the It rent lu. olutions respectively. For the State counted a. man, and is, and by tho friends of her popular hus for a second term. Fortunate- ty unsold. The acreage of hemp grown in rountlind lownt rates of frrlfbt, 1 btTS established brenih Were Itoorai and Agenti it UutloatUle burn Ex-GoJames B. McCreary he might toast too of a grace of courtesy band. She is, if any thing, a better at large Lancaster and ItlchuoaJ, end unjrr thli iTODiemut, wefiel eurt wersn offer the Farmers ly tho Constitution prevents a second the county this year will be small. The was put on the Committeo on Resolu- and bearing fine enough for the finest Court. eleclioneerer than the Judgo. 'Many Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. largest acreage of tobacco that ha ever infliction of the Blackburn mis adtions and Judgo SI. J. Durham was But let no one, misled br the charm of been put In in the county will lie put In It is conceded that Judgo Owsley ministration. I keep on lisnds at all tinea at rnr eertrst War lUurm a large stock of to be In' him the made Vice President from the Eighth gentle manners, tako them thia spring. in a handsomer manbadges of an infirm will or unstable pur was nominated Lv an interview with a Commercial J. C. Thompson, Lancaster. Ky., ha The committees retired pose. They are but the polish of District candidates. The d ner than any of tho reporter Sirs. Davis says that Thomp- the largest and finest fitted jewelry store In and the Convention, pending their re Central Kentucky. Carrie the largest steel. Though cost in n more Commercial says of it: "Col. Welch's to get rid of stock of jewelry and silverware to be found port, adjourned till 2.30. graceful mold, there is In hia composition speech in nominating Owsley was tho son killed her husband out of the cities. Juit received new stock Nono of tho Committee's being much of that iron metal which made the gem of tho convention. It was not his wife, of whom ho has long been of jewelry and silverware for the spring tired. Thero is more in this than and summer trade. When you goto Lanfirst Governor of his name and blood a ready to report on tho reassembling of only a fine piece of true eloquence, caster do not fail to call and aee hit stock the tower of stubbornness and think. the Convention, it was agreed that earlier days of Kentucky. . strength in but it was a manly statement of fact. 8omo peoplo of goods whether you buy or not. the various candidates for Governor Judgo Owsley, above all, though a de- Also it will be a good republican camChief Justice Harois refused to A Startling Diseotery. bo placed in nomination during the termined partlaan, Is least of all men a paign document if Owsley is not nom- adjourn the Court of Appeals until rhjrikUni are often startled by remarks)' die. interval. Col. B. H. Young in a ve- Bourbon. He has breathed with full in- inated." after the Convention. Ho wished, cot erics. Tta fid that Dr. King's Kew Discov die ry sensible speech, detailing the many spiration that resolute buoyant energy I close to catch the 8.35 train. Will perhaps, to avoid even tho appear- ery lorItConsumption anl sit Throat in d Lung giv eases dally curing pstlents that they bats Mayor Chas. which has just begun to thrill with new supplement by telegraph superior qualifications of ance of evil. en up to die. It startling them to retllre tbtlr life every vein and artery of the State. He sense of duty and mnlnt Into tb merits of this D. Jacob, of Louisville, placed his belongs to, and is a part of, that New Era W. P. W. President Arthur, is said to be wonderful dltrortrr; resulting In hundreds of our Special la tKe Interior Journal name before the Convention, while of thrift and enterprise whose furnace-fire- s laying his plans for election in 1881. but physlelsns tiling It In their practice. Trial bottles free; rrguUr tlu II, at Trony A McAlls-tor- 's Louis VI M.E, May 17th, 1:40 r. m the Louisville delegation and the gal- are here and there gleaming, even now, in Let him proceed. We had about as Drug Store. reviving towns, After a fearfully uproarious lime Hon. J lief ho should bo elected as any apleries fairly shook tho Hall with our wakening forests and I.J Proctor Knott has been made the demoplause. Col. W. G. Welch, of Stan-for- and whose aims, aa purely practical as the cratic nominee for Governor of Kentucky. LAXCASTEH ADVERTISKIKXTK. then arose multiplication table, comprehend and mean When the Convention met at 10:20 A. m " an " -4.-B. P. WALTEH, pledge to the immediate future of Ken " and in the following handsome and el- and Judge Saufley in a short speech withdrew FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE tucky new railroads, better turnpikes, new LANCASTER, KY. Judge 11.11. oquent speech nominated furnaces, factories, better the name of Judge Owsley and the taking X.OIID. : Office Ofer Cltliem Nstlonil Dank. Office hours BuggicH, CarrlHKCH, NprliiR Whboum. Farm IVrrobis. Leg Wrkobo, Owsley, of Garrard. During its de methods of husbandry, an inflexible ad- of the seventh ballot began. It waa then from I to 12 A. X, and from 1 to S r. at. 102 8hacki.ewi:u. Lank, livery the Owsley men fairly went ministration of the lawa, a purer citizen- a matter of much Interest to know how his O. May 3rJ, '83 Dalston, London, E. 8AM M. DU11DETT. atrength would go. Casey led oft with I wild and tho speaker's voice was fro ship and a regenerate State. Ikar Interior: ATTOUN13Y At T..A.W, for Jones and Garrard, Lincoln and Marion KV. LANCASTER, Let me "lecture the editor" before I In fine, gentlemen, the Governor I am quently drowned in applause: Will practice In narrtrd and adjoining counties commissioned to offer you is a trained man followed for Buckner. The vote progressed begin: Mr. Chairman: Those who have known of Have I not enough to bear, good W alton, and Court of Appeals. affairs, in the full splendor of manhood, with but little excitement till nearly thro' him longest, and who lore htm best, hare in II. O. KAUPFMAN, when county after county proposed to in the way of misunderstanding, that your talents and acquirements equal to the charged me to place In nomination for the ATTOHNEY At 1.A.-V- , gentle types make me aay in the Issue of highest, in birth and breeding the peer of change their votes. This created great LANCAHTEIt, KY. office of Governor the name ef Michael 11. Westminster Abbey "I Master Commissioner Girrsrd Circuit Court. Will the proudest and in all the relations of life confusion and it was finally decided to be April 13th, that in Owsley, gin afresh on the seventh ballot. Home 15 feel the presence of the Shepherd of Israel practice In all the Courts of Oimrd and adjoining a a tain Its j gentleman. counties and In the Court of Appeals. In the great civil contest, whose ghost or twenty counties had been called and and nowhere else?" It is only the differ Col. H, C. Martin, a Union soldier, Gen, yet stalks abroad upon occasion, and will Buckner receiving no vote, Mr. Mar ence in ami and ai, but, "Oh, my countryD. M. BuaoiTT. L. W. ButDKrr. man I" what a mighty difference It 1st Ed-not down, Judge Owsley played but an very neatly nominated Gen. Simon tin, of Hart, withdrew his name. won no battles; he led Bolivar Buckner, amid round after me a little more carefully, my dear humble part. He This left but two men before the Conno armies, though, it la true, hd did vretr rouud of cheers. It is a remarkable vention, Knott and Jones. A fresh start friend. The Hoi ton Hall meeting closed Sunday with gallantry and with honor the colon fact that this gentleman's name is the was taken on the seventh billot and then Now own end are running of that mighty host which carried to victocame the tug of war. The deafening ap- night last, after 12 days' conlinuance. The signal for applause every time it is ry the ensigns of the Union. In presenting plause that would follow any accession to Hall had been engaged this week by parties THE OLD FLOYD lUllrotd Csrts, Reapers, Movers, Hey luket, tlrala Prill, nroadcut Seeders, Hulks; Harrows. Hulks, mentioned in the Convention and at tho ranks nf either candidate greatly re- who had been already put oil once, and the On DIx IUvcr, b miles from Dsntllle and Corn I'Unters, Feed Cotters. Curo Hustlers, FarmPlows, Wslklng Ida name, may one, who in that fierce quari ers' Illlert, andand Hiding Cultivators, Corn Drills, man, other Items. rel waa an obscure Confederate soldier, ut- this writing (8 A. M.) it is thoprevaii- - tarded business and an hour or more waa managera thought it couldn't bo done again ntlf from llrjsnutllle. Tnej hare put Into the ter without offense or misconstruction a lug impression that he will carry off consumed in taking the billot. It was without a breach of good faith. So the ser- ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS tew blunt trutha to the ear of this Conventhe prize. He was a Confederate sol evident that unless something waa done, vices came to a halt temporary or other- For miking the best Flour, but are making tion? Jones would be nominated and in fact it wise. There were 491 confessions during nothlnt but the DurePattnt rjtrtleht Hour, which his The democratic party of Kentucky owes dier and that goes a long ways with tbeeleuentaof tbewbeetlnlland ground onlr he had a majority of the the 12 days, which is up lo the average of all water: they tnske Ut d Congress- was said once that tbtlr Flour from not only its assured majority, but largely the average Kentuckiau. the beat meetings ever held in Kentucky. votes hut before it was announced a queswheat no elerstors. Trr their Flour. Ilio-tlor sale at the groceries In Stanford. its beginning and existence to the Union man James A. McKenzie very elo tion arose aa to whether Owen county del- No tongue can tell nor pen write how fermen of Kentucky. When the war was quently placed in nomination Hon. J. egation had the right to divide her vote af- vently we PRAISK THE LORD for this. t border land of oura ended this Proctor Knott and James W. Bryan, ter having been instructed to vote va a Of the whole number about 100 were chil waa a political cbaoa. It had been a whig unit for Knott. It was decided that she dren. And remember, there were only loplc of every accom- in a snort and pointed speecn nameu atrongbold and the George shouldn't and the five votes that she had night services, except on the mornings of Hon. Thomas L. Jones. plished aa well u passing event pointed to given Jonea was changed to Knott. Then the two Sabbaths. So that, altogether, dur ita becoming a republican stronghold. But Washington seconded the latter nomi Louisville made changes in her vote and ing the 12 days, there were but 15 sermons. the loyal sons of Kentucky, their one great, nation and Sir. James Slorris, that of other counties followed and the Jonea men This makes the summing up far In advance sacred purpose having been effected, loyal Sir. Knott. No further nominations seeing that the jig waa up for their candi- of any meeting we have ever been honored I am alto prepared to luriiUbpiUes and eetlmitee of all kinds of Eoglneo, 8iw Mills, Threshing in turn to that manhood and Statehood, being offered, they were declared clos- date withdrew Its I'reuee, Straw Slacktn, Wind Mills, Hoist Powers, and tsrlous other klndi ol uschintrf. namo and moved that by the LORD in holding. I am aure many hit which, even in a dull, utilitarian age, had will bound with joy in hearing ed, aud tho Committees still not ap- Knott's nomination be made unanimous, dear hearts made the story of their State aa tplendld Parties la want of any goods In my Una will which waa done amid tho wildest enthusi- thla good news from the first English revivrefused cither pearing, some idiot moved that Gov. aaa page of ancient romance, loose nothing by seeing me Ulore purchasing al aervtces. asm. The convention was a perfect Bedto plunder or to humble tho men whom Blackburn address tho Convention. lam for three hours and at one lime fears I have no wish to add anything to this. they had vanquished, but raised full high Cries of "yes" and "no" followed, tho were expressed that it would break up in Let it aland an Item by Itself. Ever in at once the standards of peace and order noes seerniog to have it very decided- a row. Geo. O. IUrnct. Jesus, A committee waa appointed to inform and massed around them all the beat ele- ly, when tho Gov., who is as loquaBOYLE COUNTY. and he Mr. Knott ot his good ment! of the State. They organized at cious as a fiah woman aud u always conducted to the stage, fortune he madewaa Danrille. where a once the party of Jefferson. They kindled to work his jaw, came forward. The Court of Appeals hat affirmed the speech of thanks. everywhere, on ita abandoned altars, the glad Urea of pure democracy. Around the very For a wondor ho talked sensibly for a The other candidates (or Uovernor were decision of the Boyle Circuit Court in the of the Houth we had heard few moments, but his lunula booh called for, but nono aavoGen. Buckner an caaa of Jackson vs. Garlin. taewltvM" list camp-fire- a Mr. Ben Durham on Monday sold hia that, at home, laws had been made declar showed itself and ho launched off on Iearod. He spoke veiy briefly and pledged KsUiusim Spring Tootli Harrow. Mra, ing ua --.Hens and traitors. We came back his favorite theme tho poor convicts. hit support to tho nominee. The Conven fine property just south of town to l all kinds; lUo lalstbandl (Irsluand Betsy A. Hutchinson for $8,000. by stealth to forfeited homes, with hearta During his speech he was treated with tlon then adjourned till 3 i m. Hay and Wool. Lait Tuesday was the regular day for ffVblfii strung, for we knew not The Lincoln delegation voted for Jones braced and nerves marked disrespect, there bcinguumer-ou- s on the last ballot, which will be a surpriso the meeting of the Boyle County Medical lUolloeSulkey Plow what of danger or of ahanie. liut the first Society, but aa no quorum waa present, efforts to mako him sit down. He to most of their constituents. friendly band outstretched to ua waa the Next to Owsley, Knott was my choice owing lo the absence of several members hand of the Union toldler. The first and dually, did so closing with "I thank jLtuicawlci-H- l tho warmest welcome came from the lips of the gentlemen who have paid mo at- and I feel much gratified at his nomina- from town, no bualncaa waa transacted. A candidate for the Legislature In thla who had faced and beaten ua in tention, and as for the rowdies, I havo tion. P. W. W. the men county, on the cremation platform, I makejv liaiiV 7Hk Cattle. la there a Southern soldier with Msnsgeis lluttcotlllt Depot a perfect contempt." Below wo give a short biography ing a fair canvass among ail classes except "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," so dead as to hare forgotten It? They heart the tombstone aud coflin makers. They Tho Committeo on Organization of tho uomiuee: welcomed ua back, not to tolerance merely, are conscientiously opposed to the cremaUITJIKItN, I.ANCASTKB, j. rnocTon KNOTT KV. sot to pardon only, but to the full and free then reported the name of Hon, Isaac Manager UooMter Depot; ana equal hod-o- Caldwell for Permanent Chairman and waa born near Lebanon, Ky., August 29, tory doctrine. Mioyaeat of equal rlgnu MfasSallle Fugleman, who has been To equal hoaors, (lid I aaiT Uy Ileav-- 0 also continued Judge Durham as Vice 1830; studied law, removed to Missouri in May, 1850, and was admitted to the bar in visiting friends in Selma aud Montgomery, they surrendered the whole, to us and we . II. WEAKEN, from the Eighth District. 1851; hm elected to the fitate Houso of Ala., returned Tuesday. Miss Clara Helm, ever since. From President have coolly kept them lroprlstoi I (Urn riaottr. Col. Polk Johuson, the best Secreta- - Itepretentative of Missouri to 1857 and of Stanford, la now her guest. Mr, and Uaoatsr Blchmool Dvi that hour to this, on the floor of I know Stmi-WtttH- ii 3f nltriorloumal aTA.isrE'oiaiJ, -- H. G. - RUPLEY, t, Forty-fourt- h h ItUUtCIIANT TAIT.OK, h - s. Stanford, Kentucky, J THE CONVENTION. in Han-lor- HEADQUARTERS Wi Hi HIGGiNS Farming Implements, one-nori- p 9. horse-flesh- Sholf Hardware. Iron, Spokes, bluest-bloode- Garrard County ItOliT. brick-kiln- Horso Shoo Nails, Muggy Shafts, ri Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking Valley Corn SheHers, unmia-takaM- Evans9 Corn Drills, Hand Corn tho Best Pump in Tho Market, tho Mayilold and Planters, it e, in unrivalod Bird ATTENTION, FJ1BMEBS! warm-hearte- d tt thrice-tempere- i IN M t In i' . i school-home- "PRAI8E THE HUIIOEON DENTIHT, T' . T4-- Mi lisi-iy- rj It '4 L. W. Burdott & Co. t MILL! ,fl j r i pureioun-trr-tiTe- lj & storm-swep- i Ijandretli's Crai don Slfafc ili I i In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of well-time- three-ininul- e FURNITURE In GEORGE D. WEAKEN, Stanford. itii:. a uilliamn, iMaaiaBtaLX9fialdaM GEO.B.BUItDETT&CO., t '!.- C LIl'L-- J'I'.'JiJ-iil- 'i ss K t t rX0FESIO!UL The Freedmen' Bank Commlivtoner The member of the Ml. Vernon CorValuable Blue-Gradeclared a final dividend of leven per net Band were very agreeably larprtied the 1. w. IIOWH, iii v. acantTT. cent , making In all sixty-twother day when they were presented with per cent, ha. HORDETT A BROWN, Ten Eyck mansion, near Albany, N, a large, new has drnn It wa presented 3CST. situalenV rialmy Farm of 9 HI trr-nt- , m ted near Wslnnt Flat, on the Rianmrd A Crab Orfor the Tories during tbe by Miase Maggie Adam and Vlrgle Hep- 1 , headquarter MT. VKUNON, KT. chard turnpike, mile from Mlinford. About 40 Friday Morning, Acre In niltl ration; balance In arses, (loot spring, Itevomtlon, ha been destroyed by fire. pert, two of Ml. Vernon most charming May 18, plenty gnral llmtier well adsplnl sloek; UMI!lt..rl,.... watLica . vaaao, good neighborhood andWill tell st aInbargiln In The thirty-sixtannual conclave of young ladle. They were complimented t. w, Vitxotr. the T. W. A W B VAItNON. hot tract of land and git possession t anytime. the Grand Comruandery ol Kentucky with a serenade at night. For further particulars, of J. K. ATTOIIIVKYH A'X1 X..AW. Stanford. Ky., or write lnctr at Datllla,Owsley, A M. LOCAL TIME CARD. . -- Work on the K. C. Railroad la being Knight Templar In aevton In Louisville. Mllsn to me KY. HTANFORf), roil up J, II i:HV h'lHIt. stair. county, Tex. Mall Train, Dalit. A cyclone swept through Empire, Ky., pushed rapidly lo completion. Rome of Offlre In Owitey A fon'i new bulMlcf-the Livingston place. I fines Stanford going North . r. u. go and Ret a bargain of ItlinT M. 1'DYTON, totally destroying the town, killing aeven tbe tunnel are completed ready for the . a w r. m. Mouth.. . RELIGIOUS. HTnAYKD From my place, a apotled persona and wounding a number of other. ballast; others will be ready In a few daya. BrANFunn, ky, Accommodation, Dalit except Sun Jar. Will prsatlr In the Count or IJnmln and ad -l- lev. I. B. McHlroy Iteaon-ablwill preach at Fifty-twInfantry companies are to be Mr. John Ilullio t getting along nicely Joining counties sod the (Superior Court and Court Lmtm Manmri going North 1, M. ihoat, weighing about 100 pound. Hall Gap church at 3 o'clock next Bun- - prevent at the National Competitive Mili with hi bridge contract. lie has erected ol Appeals, fpscltl attention tten to collections. u r. u. reward for saute, Aleck 0. Alfonl, Offlrs on Lincaiter itret 112 uay. Tmiiuar Dtfiatxasr, some of the abutments and has quarried Orncxor Coxrvaotxiaorviia CoaaiRcr, About 15,000 German Bapllata or tary Drill which begins at Nashville Mon"AxoTiim old landmark I gone." The ALEX. ANDEItBON, day, WAtniitotoit, ArattT, 1SSS. the stone for the other. Messrs. John LOCALJMICCS. Peter Blratib tin iliop ha almoat d ATTOIINBY AT TL.A.W, Dunkard are In attendance at their yearly Col. John A. Cockerel!, who ahot law- and Ashley Owenn have the contract to Boy Paints of Penny A McAllater. Witaaaas, By satisfactory (tldenre presented to DANVILLE, KY., to make room for the new build- meeting In Loiiiville. yer Slayback, in St. Louis, will have an ballast the first eight mile of thl road, be Will practice In the Courts of Boris sod adlolnlnf Hit underlined. It has been mails to tnrtar that Pianino Tickle at Mcltobert A Stagy. ing of Farrl A Hamtey. ths National Bank nfllnstontllle, In th town of eountlM and In th Court of Appeals. The General Assembly of the South' editorial position on Pulitzer' New York jiusiontiue, in in county or uncoin ami stare 01 ginning at the Sinks of Iloundslone. They Nick aiojk df birthday ctnl at Penny A I Kentucky, haa compiled with all the provisions of In session at World. 3. B. FIBir, McAll.lerV Tjik new of'lhe nomination of Knott ern Presbyterian Church will begin work Immediately. The train the Kevlsed otatntea of th United Btste required Lexington, Krn anj that of the Northern Thomas 'Walsh, who beat lit wife to are expected to be running by tbe first of And Mailer Commissioner Ilockeistle Circuit Court to b compiled with before sn association ahall be ready mlieJ paint at Standard for OoTcrnor, which wa received here by authorised to lommenc th business ol banking, MT. VKRNON, KY. at Baraloga. A Htjg'. death In Chicago, ha been sentenced to next Octolier. Mow, therefore, I, John J. Knox, Compa telegram from our editor, waa atirpriae Will practice In the Ilockcaitlo Court. The next session of the Kentucky thirty-fivALL the color of Diamond I)e at a specially. Office In years Imprisonment in the peniI5ej troller of lb Currency, do certify that th to moKt of onr people. They had 10 milch PULASKI COUNTr. Dankof lluatontllle, In th town of A Bum'. Methodist Conference will be held at tentiary.' In tnecountyof Lincoln and mat of hoped that Judge LED P. HUFFMAN. Somtrset. xr.ntnekv. la aulhorlznl foeommenew the 1m!nM beginning Peptember 12th, Bishop Jo. IIaai Hot Cholera Cure. Penny man that they could hardlywould be the The Craft case will come up before the believe that of banking, as authorised In Section 5,169 ol th BTANFORD, A McAINier so!) stent. KY. Mis Edna Porch died last week. Keener presiding. that Is, if the Offlc Court of Appeal South lid Mala Btroet, two doori abort iter iseu ouiures 01 in uniieu oiaies. IntMtlinonv whereof, witness mr hand and Watch w, Clocks and J welry repaired tbe rcull would he otherwiie. th Myers Hotal. Henry Aahurat wa fined $25 and sent The South Diilrict Association of the members of that Court have gotten back Fare Ultrout Olid Oas admnturtd whin - seal of office, this "th day of April, ISit. and warranted by Penny A McAIIiter. to jail for ten day last Friday for carrying ClRADiKfi at the Junction. quired. Capt. T, Colored Biptist convened here yesterday from the Convention. Oct jour Soda Water, Ice cold and JOltS J. txox, and organized by the election of George Comptroller of th Currency. Fitzharrts has been convicted at Dub a pistol. purr, from the new fountain of Penny A II. McMlcheal, Chief Engineer of the L. A No. 2,917. Work has commenced on the new res- Blue-Gra- ss X , awarded on Tueaday to Mr. Oeo. Bam Boiling, of Lebanon, Moderator, and J, lin, Ireland, as an accessory to the murder --icAiister. For Sale! brook, the contract for grading at Rich M. Fisher, of Lincaiter, Cleik. of Cavendish and Burke, and sentenced (0 idence of II. O. Litton, C W. Richardson PERSONAL. and John Ogden. Dr. It F. Buckner, the dead Baptlat penal servitude for life. mond Junction. The company baa rccured I offer for tale, prlrately, my farm ofs75 Acret of excellent land, with a large brick and The Pulaski County Sunday-Schoo- l Auditor of Virginia has paid to Mn. I'oriTRit Htadu la out on a hunt aloiit twelve arrea of land there which I Missionary to tbe Indians, during hi laframe residence combined, nf ten roouii, wltbln a Convention will be held at Burnable on mile of the new Stanford 4 Preachentlll pike. to be graded for aide tracka and for the ex- bor among them, organized thirty-onWashington and Lee University $10 800 taf expedition. New orchard, fresh snd medical water In abundance. Improvement Dn.Wlt.LlAM M. IIlain, of William, temton of their round'houie and work-ho- churches, prepared thlrtr preacher for the Interest on bond donated to educational tbe dth Saturday In thta month, Including a neat Rev. Green Clay Smith, of LouUvIHe, kiiiiii uuu- -i. m (rasa, awj acres, ami Miancsi tilThe work will commence at once. pulpit and baptized 2,000 Indian. to aee ui yetterJiy. purpose by George Peabody. burg, called lable. Timlier abundant. Church and school- &TANFOKI,KY., The Second Bapttat church of BaltiPark will deliver the dedication sermon at the nouto near by, and the neighborhoodfarmunexcelled. 1 Joe Brady, Mu. U. J, Lccc hai relumed from a Twenty-onIt Ii deal rati la Year. Jame llatnwater, more was selected by tbe Waco Convention murderer, waa one of the PhcrnliDublin new Baptiit church the first Sunday In Title not often that lucb a me at B tan ford, lor sals. perfect. Address Dealer In quietly hanged at protracted trip In tbe mountain!. Ky.,or convicted In the Whitley Circuit Court and a the place, and the 2d Sunday In May, June. Monday. Ten thousand people congrega Mul. JuixlB J. S. KudiRiCK, ofSom-araHRN.NARAII COOK.' aentrnced.to 21 year In the penitentiary 1831, a the time for holding the- - next W. U. Pettus, O. II. Waddle, W. ted outside the walla of the jail. it flaltlog Mra. J. W. Alcorn. for killing Hayden Dowel), an old man of Baptist Convention. Iter. Lansing BurJohn Bowland, an old farmer of Jes Curd, James Johnson and Wm. Cheek are 8. K. Lacket, of Gallatin, Tenn., 72, waa brought here Mr. Tueaday by Henry row t to preach the sermon, with Dr. A. delsamine, attempted to commit suicide by attending the Louisville Convention aa it rtitllng hla father, W. M. Lackey. Fintey and Iaaac Johnion and lodged In W. Lamar a alternate, QUEBNSWARE, uilng a dull hatchet. He hacked hi head egate from thl county. Mr, J. K DnrcK left yeaterday morn-lo- g Mr. Wm. Love, of Celina, Tenn., I Jill until the Court of Appeal ihall par Georgia lead all the State of the so severely that it is thought he will die. MRS. KATE DUDDERAR, to vlalt hit ttcr at Montlcello, Mo, on hi petition for a new trial. The murder Union in the number cf Bapttat. Virr Auton Bauer, a of Chi here with his family. He lias sold his Mim UiAUiiioAiit) Stewart, of Crab I Lancaster street, Stanford, Ky., aaid to have been a very cruel and un- ginia I next In numerical strength; North cago, killed a customer because he wouldn't farm there and will soon leave for Collin Itu on hand and It dally receiving a new OrcharJ,wa vliittng friend here thlawtek and county, Texas, to locate permanently, provoked one. Carolina third, and Kentucky fourth, tho' leturn a nlckle, by which amount Bauer beautiful line ol Millinery Ooodt tiery Mm. John J. McIIooerts Ii visiting The remain of Silas Denham, who tion, which the will aell at the oflowest descrippossible A heal curioilty in theehapeof the raw South Carolina Baptist are better organclaimed he bad overpaid him in making died In the Insane asylum at Lexington on margin. Thanklul for past patronage, she asks a ber alater, Mra. 8am Lackey, of IslingtWednesday, were brought here for Inter- continuance, knowing that abe can please th moat of a law fih can be reen at the Myer ized and contribute more money to change. on. lastldloui. Mm".. JohkB. lluniin and Jno.'j I tonne. Tbe fiili, which waa eighteen feet than any three of the Southern State. Mra. Mollis Myers c an be fouid, u usual, at tbe Miss Bragg, of Bonham, Texas, a niece ment. He wa aent to tbe asylum about r Mantua Department, ready to Moltoberta bare gone to tbe inouolalna to In length, waa captured in the Gulf of Bet. J. It. Peeptes, who I at Par!, of General Bragg, saturated ber clothing tlz weeks ago. Wslter Kenton, of the U. head of the who mayMaking her, serre those l0-4- ,t call on Midshipman fiib. Tenu, attending bliaged father In hi last visitOhio, Uimu Lllllaa and Built Buchanan, of Mexico InlRMbyT. D. Hind, and it tcktiess, perhaps, aika ua to announccjlhat with coal oil and then applied a match. S. Navy, from Medina,Misses ia here and la by htm presented to Dr. Clifton Clark, The cause was protracted HI health. She ing bts relatives, tho AMEniOAN- Crab Orchard, were Wilting Mlaa Maggie aw wa quite an attraction among some of our Fowler, of tbla place. Itia about four Kev. M. II. Sims, of Danville, will fill hi will die. Xewland Wednesday. Will he permitted to terra belle. He wears hla sailor suit. long, aeven or eight inche appointment during hi absence. He alio ten or fifteen approved The Army of the Potomac are holding The foundation of the new Jail ha Mm. A. A. McKimnev, and Mima and a ball feet marea at my atable 4 miles dealre ua to request those who owe their annual reunion in Washington. On been completed and the brick work will be from Htanford on th Knob Panthea McKlnney andSabra Pennington, wide at one end, tapering down to about Lick pike at for repair in the Lancaster Wednesday, there were 5,000 men in the commenced next Monday. The iron cell two at tbe other and an Inch thick, with Or went to LoulavllI TuraJay. They were long and aharp teeth on both edge, at reg- church t) pay the amount due to Mr grand parade, which was reviewed by the have bien received. Mr. Craig Aaher is Upon solltllillon I hare accepted tbe agency for accompanied by Mia Jennie Iluchanan, of $10 to Insure superintending the construction. Ham Brown, treasurer, so that he may set- President. Lincoln and Utrrard counties of moat praiseular interval of about two Inche. Crab Orchard. The L. & N. It. R. Co. will put their worthy and perfectly rellab'e thia Institution, tbe Colt. tle up In full for the work. The Treasury official say that It will trains on the Southern road In a few days, object of the A M. A. Society being "to provide -- CouT.W. VArtxox.JIoti.J. Sheriff Menekei: received the followV. AN Dr. J, P, Boyce, of Loulaville, made a not expedite matter any for those who to run from Louisville to Chattanooga. financial aid to th widows, orphans, heirs, legatees and aaslgns of Its dtceased members." No one ll DESCRIPTION ANDPF.DIOBEn.-Da- Te corn, Judge T. P. Hill, Jr.t and Meirr. ing telegram yeilerday morning: "Kings trnng plea before the Bapttat Convention have claims for rebate of taxes and This will give ns direct communication ahould healtate to secure membership. It will will ha 3 years old the loth of May, 13 ban da I II. 8. Wither, Dr. T. D. Montgomery. Mountain, Ky , May ICtli. I iliol a man at Waco, Texas, afford me pleasure to glte full Information to those Inch, blood bay with heavy mane and tail and will with Louisville without change of cars. for an additional endowto emplsy attorneys, as all claims It aod make when fully developed a magnificent hone. 8. J. Eaibry, K P. Owsley, George McAN tonlght in relf defence. Not eerion. I Conductor Brownell, In charge of the desiring names circulars showing tbe, object t the Hired by Telegrsm; he by Frank U'olford; he by 01 ine omcert, ac oucieiy, ment of $100,000 for tbe Louisville Theo- will be considered in the order filed. local freight train between here and Isliam here any lime wanted. W.N. Hilton." later, Mailer Peyton, Joe Coffey, Dan U. MtOVliEHTF.lt,Ky Telegraph, (who waa a brother to Ethan Allen C logical Seminary, and the trustee of that U0 Stanford, Lancet and Htockbridge Chief.) he by Hill's lllack Capt. WIIjoii and engineering corps ngton, waa killed at Science Hill, a few II. C. Bright, J. CI. I.ynn and W. P. Mr. Hilton I a merchant at King Mounilawk, of Bridgeport, Vt; ho by Sherman aod he He Institution have directed that tho amount have reached Beatlyvllle, and in a few mile north of this place, Monday. Telegram's dam by the original J uatln Morgan. Waltoo.-o- f Hunford, besides tbe delegate, tain. We learned that tin man who waa be Thousands cf grate ars by Boyd McNary, Jr.; 2d dam by H'hlpp; 3d dam added. The seminary ia not in ita own day will have finished locating the(R!ch-mom- l, felt from a car and waa run over, the annually robbed of their by Waxy. Date Yandel'a dam Is a floe combined hot wa named Jame WIIon. He owed alttnded the Contention. wheels passing over hi body at the hips, prolonged, tlctlma, lltet are wanted. mare from Woodford county and ot unknown Irvine and Three Forks railway. cutting oil both legs. He wa brought -- Cait. T. H.MoMlcilEAfCblef Kngin-ew- Mr Hilton a bill, and on being atled for it, buildings, ami building happlurssand health rebut I will he able to get It in a abort Twenty-fivacre of land are wanted on The distance from Bichmond to Beatty-vlll- n here, hut lived only .1 lew minutes alter stored by use of the groat time. O. E. Evan, Mailer of Train, and he got very mad and fin illy ahot at him, hi arrival. He was an excellent man and R. II. CROW, rltanford, Kr. which to build. Offer have been made by I forty-twand mile. GERMAN . II. McCllntock, Siirintendent of tbe but without effect, and Mr. 11 returned the gentlemen in the North to put up some of There are only three tunnel to make on leaves a wife and two children. Ho lived Which poaillrely and permanently cure Koa4 IVparlioenl, stopped orer hire Tues Cre hitting hi in but not inflicting a erlou Imvo. at Islington. (caused ol any triiru, cl.-ie- , by excesses diseases kind,) ttrmt-11(- a1 the building as soon a the college ha the line. Jay night nturnlng fro 01 an (infection wonnd. and all II that follow Jessie Buckner in Cincinnati. building Rite. One hundred sequencottJelf-Abusa,a loss of energy, ksaol The run by Frank Fiiher, liook, wc tf tbe I. A. J Knoxvills Extemton, Is retard to the memory, uoirersal lassitude, pain the back, The fair Jessie in giving in her evidence dimness of ttslon, premature ok! age,la and many thousand will have to be raised among the Terrence Dougherty and Jack Everson, at Ality pronounce tbe road bed In better may have been a little too hard on Mr. J Will make th present sealead consumption and a prebrethren of the South, The college ha Lexington, wa raided by the Sheriff and at the trial, xpoke of several piominent other diseases thatr"riendtofor son at my alable, on the condition than molt new road. circulars with citizens o( Cincinnati aa her friends, she mature grare. It Hockrr, tbe AneMor. We find on fur- uow 120 students, $200,000 In bonds, $100,-00- 0 old Inntlllo pike, 4 mile free by mall. The lM'IOOMtATOU deputies the third time Wednesday night, naming llishop. Air. A. 1. ther investigation that tbe clerical work wa per box, or tli boxes sold at 13, by all iroui incaaier, at Hilt. In real estate, and $110,000 In private and the proprietor arrested and two faro Goahorn and George Ward Nichols. It druggists, fl will b sent free by for Description Fancy boy la LOCAL MATTERS, or mall, securely done better thinuaual. There are, however, amahogmy bay. sealed, on receipt cf price, by addressing yeaia v hands, but nothing leu than $500,000 layout, one hsiard table and about a perk would seem that the lady wished lo old this Spring, 151J banda 1'. J. CHUNKY. agrrat many nditalei inlheliat.but all Florida orange at II. C. Bright'. the imtireaaion that she wa accuatom- 113 Adams atret, Toledo, Onto, high, aired by Ingram' would do for this seminary. of chips confiscated. The dealers gave ed to mix In society in Cincinnati. The bole agent for tho United States. and eipectally new one are liable Fancy Hoy and he by the bail in the sum of $000 each. Cabbie horae.and baa prov Ice Creak at all hour at H. S. Myera'. truth is, however, that the gentlemen 10 make them. The itrTlior found LAND, STOCK AND CROP. en himself to baa good breeder. I will also stand -- i.. The boot and shoe manufacturer of named have but a slight acquaintance with Icns Orrman millet ed foraale by W. that ttfjwr'on were liittd too low, which The proprietor of the Lincoln Mill Cincinnati hare declared a lock-ou- t against her. Gov Bishop met ber but once, and i a much larger number than uiual, but casually. wa in the Gibson JI. Hlggln. want to buy wheat. all Union men. The immediate cause waa that hutwhen be metHe lady friend. Mrs. been becauie ttiey were a House a that may have BF.ECHElt.O years old August JO. 1&33 15Ji hands Sam Baughman sold a work mule to the refusal of the Union men at work in Ir roc want the hvt 111 per two-plwool Owens, of Louisville. She said she desirmore particular and conrclentloua lot than nigh, halt brother to Prince. Will serve mares at Henry Baughman for $150. tarpola go to J. W. HaydenV Bogers' shop to return to their work, which ed to secure board at the hotel for herself old. colt ftO to insures gray four months handa Jill limit-the general run. We diaclaim any inten.!:, Jack, H1 dark Iron and will Hemp In the Lexington market is sell- they had left because non Union men were and several lady friends from Kentucky aerv mire at QH to Insure a colt four months old. BbI.io Irish potatoea. We pay tion of doing Mr. Hocker injuitire. He ing at who were attending the College of Mu-iAll marts trad d before th fact la ascertained for$525550 per 112 votinds. employed. There are thirty-fivhundred The Governor introduced her to the clerk E. H. BURNSIDE, perhap left too much to deputle, who feits tbe season. The progeny of all tho above eaib or trcde fur them. II. C. Bright. Several fine cattle have died near Mt men thrown out of work by the . stock will Ik responsible lor tbe season of the hotel. He was introduced to Miss particular a they might were not a M. IIUHBLK. Sterling from eating loo much white cloI DEfltne to buy 22j chntnut telephone Richmond Herald: Volney M. White, Buckner, and he in turn introduced her to have been. Well - Known This Old ver. son of Col H. J. White, of this countr, tbe clerk This waa the extent of bis "enfolti, dcllterrd at Stanford. Geo. D. Wear-I thave two thorough-brebulls ready Hotol Still Maintains as she Fire at lUimownuno A little after died of paralysis. Mr John B. Embry, of gaging board" for Miss Buckner, witness High was pleased to express it on the 11 o'clock Monday night a email house fnr service for sate. J. E. Bruce, Stanford, Cincinnati, and Miss Nannie Jewell, of thia stand. Further than thl the Governor A TRAVELIMO photographer took a good Kentucky, -- AND lined a the office of Teblctl' lumber-yarDavid has no knowledge of her. and he hat never county were married Tuesday. tuany picture of atorehoui in town The Georgian are luxuriating on ripe In Harrodiburg, wa discovered to be on seen her since. Messrs. Gosborn nnd Nich- Iti Proprietor it Determined that Fry, of the Speedwell vicinity, brother of fire, and a a ajrong wind wa blowing the peaches. Tiie first crate was shipped from Gen. 8. S. Fry, of Danville, committed sui- ols of course saw hex at Muts Hall, as she it snail be second to no Country waa studying music there, but beyond that Dosi't forget that you can buy gooda in whole yard wa ablaze in lf.w than ten Macon to New York Monday. Hotel in the State in iti Fare, cide by hanging himself with a trace chain they had no acquaintance with her As to Commissioner Bowman's Information Appointments, or Attenituantity cleaper from ua than any houae minute, and before the llame could be arThe post office depaitment ha dlaal Mr. Ooshorn advising her as a friend, to tion to Comfort of In town. n.C. Bright. retted nearly the whole of one of the prin Is that the wheat crop of the State will be lowed one month's extra pay on account leave tbe Palace and go to the St. Clair their Gueiti. Red bay stallion; ID bands; loaled 1878; bred by cipal bualne block of the town had been about 80 per cent, of the average yield. of curtailed service on nineteen expedited Hotel, all there was about that ia that abe Chaa. Dunn, Stanford, Ky.; aired by Meoaenger I have a eecond-banower Tim W. Hlgglnshaa 170 acres of grass asked for advice from Mr, Goshorn, and he Chief, aire of Maud Messenger; reduced to aahe. A telegram wa aeat to record, star routes, contracts fnr which were held tbreablng machine and engine for eale at Palace waa perhap too tagicag will be eoateyed to tad from thedepot i.iifi; Marvel. record, 2:28; Abel AbdalLexington for aid from the fire depart near Walnut Flat, which he will rent for by J. W. Dorsey, J. K. Miner. H. M. Vaile, remarked that thegreater privacy could be rreeorcaarge. xpceiat atcommoaatioat to lah, trial, 2:23k, Una, trial, a bargain. Geo. D. Wearen, public and that toCommerclalTratelers. The Sir will be 2.25; Kens U, 2:20 gait at 3 years old; Mattle Mel).. ment there, but a the Mayor waa out of the balance of the year. Address him at J. M. Peck and their respective Commercial. alwaya supplied with tbe choicest secured at the 8t. Clair. 2.20 gait at 3 years old; Maggie Htewart, 2 20 gait at braada cf Lluaora and Cigars. Bhiko di your butter, eggi, otat(ei and the city, none waa granted. The local Stanford. 8 yearawld, and other promising one. lstdamBu the disallowances being based upel by Hentlnel, 2.2,and theslreof Yon Arnlm, The Kentucky breeders of Jersey catBucKlen's Arnica Salrt. all klnda of country produce. We pay compiny wa powerlea, o the firo raged 2.1'JK; Annette, 2:29K; T A., 2.2C; Young on irregularities in the service a developThe greatest medical wonder ofthi world. WarVltandlere, 2.26V, Mlgnon, caih or trade. II. C. Bright. till two or three o'clock, when .the wind tle will form a permanent organization, ed by testimony in the first star route trial. (I rand Sentinel. i..-jSentinel la fa ranted to tiwedllr cure Burnt, Hrulics, Cuts, Ul ceaied and it died out. A there had been and for that purose will meet at Lexingbrother lo Volunteer, th sir of Mt. Jullen, 2:1IK; A large rock rolled down n hilt from cers, Salt Itheutn, Ferer Sores, Ounce rs, rile. (Hotter. 2:17; Alley, 2:19; Bodlne, 2;lHi Driver, ALL the new ihadei in all wool good ton on tle 11th of June. no fire for two week in the office where all Amy, 220K, and a acora where the track layers on the Kentucky Chilblains, Cores, Tetter, Chinpcd llandi and In- 2.I9:Intlunler. 2.21 and in cheaper gooda, with trimming to tlio llame were firat New York. Keccipu of beeves 2 500. more th 2.30 dasa. 2d dam Kilty Hirers, the trery guaranteed to curo-Idiscovered, it is Central were at work near Winchester and tUn cruntloni, record, 3.O0; dsm of Iter tie (llrl, be found at J. AV. Hayden'a eure lor match, can thought that an Incendiary had gotten in Market active and firm and about $1 per atruck the house of Wm. Martin and Unci, or money refunded, A positive A record, 2.37, and the grandam ol Maud Piles, tie per boi. For aals ly Tenny sicai- record, 2.23i; by Alexander' head higher Extreme $5 907 35 per Abdallab. the aire olOoldsmlth Maid, 2:1); A exALLcabln on tbe farm of Capt. T. hla work. The total low I nearly $50,000, crushed through the wall, frightening Mrs. Ulei. cwt. live weight. General aalea $0 00 2.22; Almont, Abdallab TVieje ore Solid Facts. A. Elkln waa deatroyed by Ore Monday with about '$20,000 Insurance. The folMartin, who was sick, so badly that she allot, Ac., Ac. 3d dam by ltAl Jacket, (sire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes, 2.21, exd tbe grandaui Assembly 07,15. night and the occupant (negroe, barely lowing la a Hit of the Iosm-i- ; Th beat blood purifier and ayitein regulator , ran out of the houae. The excitement of So and IteJWilkie.ilrecl rhllThoiop-oB D, Carrier sold lo J. B. Thompaou humaniPreihyterlan church, Iom $10,000, Incur- record, 2:21;) by Comet; by eacaped touting allre. produced fever from which she died. Mar- erer placed wltbln tbe reach of lurlerlng Inactivity Morgan, the air of Vermont Black Ilawk the ance $5,000; C. II. Tebbett' lumberyard, 15 fit boga, 107 lbs, at 0 centa. A. Wim-a- tin will aue tbe company for heavy dam- ty, truly li Electric Bitten.Conitlpatloo, ol the aire of Ethan Alien and mauv ulhtr trotters. Bed Weak Liter, lllllouinHi, Jaundice, PiiXTON for Balk. An elegant new loaa $0,000, insurance sold to Jos. Mattingly 10 nice stock age. to Black Jacket's data we aired by a f 3,600; Oeo. 1W KlJnejt, or any dlseuaa of the urinary organi, or Hawk. 4th dsm an extra road mar brought from PROrBIETOR, TiiKton, lateit atyle, baa been uied only 0 more, residence, los $2, W0, Inaurance $1,- - host, 112 lbs , at $137 per cwt. Lebanon ' whoefer require an appetizer, tonic or inlld th. North by W. - Vance, of Mercer county, and LINC0LN COuUff. aid to be of Measesger blood, feotlneland Alexor 7 time. My children being at ecbool I 500; Margaret Oreencal, residence, Iora$l,-00- Standard. tlmulint, will always and Electric Bitters the. n, ander' Abdallah art bolh by Hvadyk's Highland. Fifty thousand pound of strawberries beat and only certain cura kuown. Tbey act surely bare no uae for It. Will sell It cheap. T. thtgraodsireof Maud 8., 2:0V, and tbe Inaurance $000; Ben Tllford, colored, Nettle, 2.18; Orange (llrl, lire of Dexter. Born to the wife of Wm. Jenkins, a and quickly, every bottl guaranteed to alt entire Uatlng had tbla Hotel were ahipped from Chattanooga, Tuesday, T, DaU;n. atorehouae and residence, partial lots 2.20: (laiello, 2:21; Jay (iould, 2.1IK, and SO other Hold at 60c a New York and Philadelgirl; alio to the wife of AncllBangh,a boy. satisfaction or money refunded. with record of 2:30 aod better. Mesaeugcr Chief nnd no insurance; Buford heir' storehouse, to Cincinnati, We hare it from a reliable aource that bottl by Penny A McAlliter. waa aired by Ablallab Fllot, tlraot Plrkard,2.18f; E. E, Young shot his hand a few days phia, The shipments already have aggreFrom basement to garret, record, 2.2. Ial dam la Kt Jim, the brilliant young republican, Mr. John Iraw $1,000, no Inaurance; N. P. Smith, (len. ot while fooling with an old pistol I lutein! to Keep It lu a Ntrictly txott's Tbomaa,to 2.2 ; byOeo. II. Thomai, sir she los $2,500, Inaur gated 275,000 pounds, and will exceed since XEW ADVKUTlSEaKMS. X, Yerkee, of Danrllle, will announce three frame Mambrlno Meiaenger, Flrat-ClHcarelessly. He la suffering aeverely with Mnmier, 000,000 pound before the aeaion cloiez. ol Lewlnikl, I:25i id dam by Mambrlno Chief, blmielf a candidate for Btate Senator next ance $1,800; Mlu Annie Van Anglln, resiaire of Lady Thoru, 2:I8,; Wood lord Mambrlno, And leave nothing undone that will add to th Cincinnati. Cattle C6mmon to me- It at thl time. '.' tiy,) Mambrlno 1'stchen and othtra. Id dam by Monday, Mr. Ycrkra will bo 'julte a dence, lore $1,800, Insurance $700; Mr. English Hunter, 11. P. Young bought a cow from Tho. dium butchers $2 6005; good to extra COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. Imp. Nspoleon. make th season otAc. Abdallah 1803 at Chaa. Meaaeugtr will troubleome opionent of Ma). Klgney, but Ellen McMiniiny, residence and rtoek of Dunn's, VJJ miles from Stanford, en Bush Branch $5.2500 10; cows and heifers $5.25B; Wall for $10. Mart Heed bought one from millinery, lost $7,000, Insurance $3,600; line of the 1 bate oiencd a ttry coruprelienilte it la not written that be can defeat him. Ike, 1 utile from Stanford A common to fair shipper $506.00; good to W. II. Young for $30. Mr. Campbell latest and handwueat styles of J mile from Lant aster A IUntllle plka.atplk and 8U0 to Cohen A Finnell, livery atable, Iom Insure a Mare In Foal. Money due a soon $5,75(?0 10; atockcr and feeders old her house and three acre of land to SPRING. AND SUMMER MILLINERY Are offered , choice The remains of Mia Fannie Blaln Inaurance $3,500; John T. Figg, at tbe lact la ascertained. Mare that hat public light yearling and calve $3 Dr, II. L. Barber for $200. records of 2 30 or Utter, or sue has hat produced SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS daughter of Col. ltobt. Blaln, deed., weia Ami int Its all lbs ladlii to rail and examine, los $1,S00, Inunco $1,009; B, F. $105 50; trotter with records ol 2.30 or bettir, may bo bred To iiatronli m. aa I bat every contenlenc,tuch Mrs Lucy Long, who wa thought to whether I her bur or not. Trice reasonable. Hog selected and butcher tooted yeaterday from the family burying-groun- d Patterson, saloon and residence, Ion $1,000, (a) 25, free ol charge. Address asNICUSAMl'LKUOOMa, Ac, for their use. .VI.N MWr.i.R MIV1IHKH, IS WILLIE O.DUNN, SO; shipper heavy shipper $7 $0.00 be nearly crazy, ha so much Improved aa Neatdoor to Dr. V, lluiluian'e olllce, Stauford to Buffab Cemetery and Inaurance $2,000; II, McGowau, storerojm, tlunlord, Lincoln Co., Ky, to be able to visit her friend and relaChief, dam l'aixcr, by bealdo tboae of ber father. Hhe died in los $1,700, inaurance $1,200; A. B. Tailor, 07 30; stock hog $5 5000.76. Sheep Baggage Transferred to and from byMKHsaxuaa(sire of Jlylaa, MessengerEnigma, 2.20: 2.21k; A IcaUe, . Allen Baugh Is sick. Mr. Lamb C0Sc. per tive. Mr. Stptembtr, 1801 An Infant of Dr. Oeo. storehouse, lot $3,000, no Insurance; Oeo. clipped $3 Fancy Day, 2:30, Ac.,) will make lb season ol 1(84 the Depot free of charge. lb, gro. at I ount Fox', Bryautitlll, Ky., at 113 to Insure William Terry, Br, ha been quite tick for Hunu wu alio inored. loss, $300, no In- a mare la foal. Bonis, blackamlth-hop- , Cittern, a call. W.U.D. W.N. FKANCIN. aome time. N0TiS6FCURRYNTlYENTS. los Win. Van Fleet, I wilt deliver Ice etery morning A voumu couple from King .Mountain iiirance; MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT, Chill and Peru have agreed upon a were married at tbe Myera Houae Wednes- $300, no Insurance. AT ONi: CENT 1EK POUND, treaty of peace. Managed by John B. fish. day by IUt. I H.McElroy. Mr.UwbH. DEATHS lasts. After that, Lai my thU week -S- now fell In the Bltck Hill Blackberries and atrawberrtc are In Aa long aa ail preteiit stock Accounts du at th csn arlord. lie st low Cunilngham, tbe groom, I a blackamlth Mr. Emily Anderson, Hlduwof tbe to the depth of twelvo Inche. cluae of each tuontli. .. full bloom and tho prospect are that there and twenty. four year old, and the bride, (Stanford, May 7. It. K. U.l KU II . Mr. Jghn D. Otter, a late Col. Hall Anderson, of Garrard, and will bo a large crop. MIi Lucy Warren, I only aerentecn and mother of Mr. Hall Anderson, postmaster wholesale grocer of Lauliville, is dead, Mr. J. K. Vowel ha recently put ery pretty. We hoxj they will alwaya be Gen. Josiali Gorgaa, the Confederate down a litre nod on hi front yard. He now at Lancaster, died at the lalter'a residence EECA.-3-T-Ba happy a they aeemed to be on thl SS ID neur McKlnney, Wednesday, of ronseatlon Chief of Ordnance, died at Tutcalooii, haa one of the nlct residence in town. special attention to W will vow occaiton. of the brain, nued 72 year. Klie had been Ala., Tuesday. following list of marriage llceme The Tuesday night, about 10 o'clock, a Mr. a zealou member of the Chrlatlan Church Six masked men went to the house of have been Issued since last report: TOU8TOM reaoi' Nico and Luclen M Ladey wa drhlng a young for many year. Her funeral waa preach Vaughn Hilton, near Mt. Sterile, and Grlfiin to Sommer Chestnut; William We rroiuls to gh satisfaction, Wheat.when del rod soiutblo. Can make will git 1'ateut Flour for burto to a mlky along the Crab Orchard ed at Lanc&ater yesterday at 10 o'clock by shot him dead, WInlock to Bettle Smith; J. B. Ziunce to either bolted or unbolted lueal, pike, it became frightened and ran awoy, Eld. J. W. 110A young mau named James Slack waa Martha J, Koblm; Henry Brown to A. G. and her If mains burled McALINTEK AriALI.KF.. throwing him to tbe groundbreaking ict. In the Cemetery at that place. drowned in the Ohio near Paducak by the Proctor. t, era) of hi ribaand otherwiie Injuring blra. Yeaterday mornlug, about 0 o'clk., capeiziugof a light Tbe following named persona went to e hall itouea fell In Ohio thl LouUvllte to attend tbe Convention: Jack The accident happened near Mr, Wm. V. at the residence of Mr. Stephen II, Ii wanted by me. I will pay the highett market price. I alio deal in Lai of Cbenault, fcwterance 4 Co., blaulord, Ky., near Crab Orchard, after auilering week. The atorm was very levere and a Adams, Jr., J. W. Brown, F. L, Thompson, Abraham', and Mr, Laaley, unable to wltb walk, crawled to hi bouie, where be waa from conaumption for a year or two, Mis number of people were killed. Sc CO.. G. W, McClurn, J, D. Chandler. Judge M. oared fjr by Mr A , who, In the abaence of Maggie Livingston breathed her lat. She The Kanias cyclone, mentioned In our Owsley'a friends all feel confident of bis ImporOrt md Jobbtrt of Dry Qoods, NeUoot, tie.. And can mpply it ia any quantity, vv SUtU a doctor, bound up hi wound, and at wa a member of the Methodlit church last, beside being yerj deatructlre to prop- success and are waiting anxiously for tbe ! WV 9tt Ainu oun lutactOQnU lb patient wu doing well. here and a yttj conalatenl chrlatlan, Du- - erty, killed a number of penon. new. - - - KV. XsOUIBVXXaXsJB. STANffOEX), -- lllnfM she .td rnanT lime that ready to die wbenerer llie sum1 have n KOoJ,Vntle milk row for mon might come, llelng of a gentle and kind dlfpoatllon, she bad a great mnnj sale. II. K Harrow, Stanford. .m friend, wlio will deeply sorrow at ber car Fob Half, A handsome reIdnc. It demise. Funeral will be preached to1883 W f'r.l. HlnnfVint, day at Mr. Pennington' by Kv. If, O. remain J. W, Uavdrn ha received a nice new Morrison, and then the hnrylng-srntini- will bo In In the family l mi lot of Hprlng Clotlilnjr. Hadn't better lerred Nrw potatoes and fruit vegetable at If. ring ber alie was IlflKhl. ha Farm Airroiirsrj3 111-l- at taw. Fort mat 1 ll-- tf 111 ..Ji Hustonville Nat. Bank. e o diiap-peare- rt AtlornoyAttiaw, Court-hous- e. Ocliee-tlo- ni e sl a, Oa-ale- etUIKiKON DJJNTI8T, r- lU-2- m Farm e .The bliie-sjr- W. T. GREEN, I a MILLINERY! Groceries, Hardware, saloon-keepe- Harness and Saddlery, PLOWS i23-t- WAGONS. DAVE YANDELL Mutual Aid Society Kentucky. a Van-de- tax-itau- i! Oar-rar- d, r, ROBBED e o one-thir- d INVIG0RAT0R! lil-S- Aor' faro-ban- Fancy Boy! ' 1 con-ve- 191-l- mi MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. TWO GOOD JACKS. c. e Propr lock-nut- 1 133-- tl n. and its Reputation, Abdallah Messenger! y, d Pcntl-nel,'i- .2; y. 11 ST.ASAPH HOTEIa. W. S. FRANCIS, Koi'iiriiislicd M 80.2-17K- u, liber-m- an ll HTAIVFOIU. - - KY. ' er Ilsmble-tonla- $1,-00- 0, llefltted store-rooui- i, Nowllamlsoiiie Millinery $3,-50- 0, Coiiiii.erclnl Trnvclcr.s store-home- 1 35" 5.00-176- Ice! Ice! Ice! .... nood-aho- SMMw J9L w A-3-T- & .aleiVeefl Itntcs well-know- TO THE PUBLIC iy aiU.NIINa." SITIAIBIXilXSI! SECOP. Solo-ma- n lot Horses una Fino Turnouts. - -t sail-boa- Ten-ounc- JOS. HEVKKANCE, J. ROBINSON CO AIi! A. T. NUIVNEIiliEY, NtHnford, Ky. " H StiOTtthlji $ntmK$i tmntl FrI4ay T i new girl, whom ho declorol to lx n ' regit " ' tunnrr.' " Now it was clear to me and all tho rest of u that this inquiry could have como from no ether than from the gentle 1m hi i. If 1883 man whoso optics had been so regularly, and, as it seemed, irresistibly exercised is Riven by using IJrown'3 on myself. Presently another symptom In the Iron BmnRS. of his admiration was manifested. Evnrj rr.ATixa IX Tit It CORX. Winter it strcnp,t1icns and evening at a certain hour, under the wnlh Sitting- Ly the window, warms the system; in the of our garden, were heard tho dulcet Looking fir away Spring it enriches the blood sounds of an accordion; all said it was Orrr llelde an d meedowe and conquers disease; in the my church admirer thus renewing .on bay, Sweet with And o'er the atreamlct iparUlaf Summer it gives tone to the weekdays thehomago that ho had offered In the ennny morn, nerves and digestivcorgans; mo at church on Sundays, I thought 8aw I little flgaree in the Fall it enables the what every one said must bo true, and Iliylng la ILe corn I system to stand the shock listened with eculiar pleasure to 'Annio Brown (in! nana Irtaaae of sudden changes. Floating freely bach ; Laurie,' and My Beautiful Star,' and Lift: beta discarded Jeannetto and Jcaunot,' and I Dreamt Near I be track. In no way can disease be that I Dwelt in Marblo Halls,' and other While the inaptly fortheioe so surely prevented as by popular airs, all of which I had hoard, CloTtr wreathe adorn keeping the system in perCanity, childish flgvree it is true, played licibro, but nover, so it nijlDg In the coral fect condition. Brown's seemed to me, with such pathos and Iron Hitti?rs ensures icr-feAn enchanted f oml power as under tho present circumstanTU to tbcm, I wren, health through the ces. What a delicate way of being With ll golden treuuree changing seasons, it disarms courted Of course I was not in love, Hid Id thlnlng green , the danger from impure With It Unjr people bnt, I was glad to think that On Hi leiftet barn water and miasmatic air, somoone was in lovo with me. bonny flgaru Titixan ir uo. and it prevents Consump"Just at this time I had to leave navo fliylng In the com. you over reflected upon tho tion, Kidney and Liver Disschool for a few days ; at tho same, time, Badly Ud t rleen, ease, &c. by a strongo coincidence, tho serenad very many funny things wo do, for fij cold rtre oppreeeed, ing ceased, and my admirer was absent which wo can give no particular reason? , , Worn with weiry watchTnf, . S. Btrlht, Esq., of the Filled wllh Ylgne unrett, from his pow in church. Hurclv, then, How is it that wo do not give five cheers, ' lint complclelr vtnlihed n firm of II. S. I was right in thinking that I was the four cheers, two cheers, ono cheer? Every thought forlorn, Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Lc object of all theso delicate attentions. Why is it that wo givo threo cheers and etching thoee wee flguree Droit Building, WashingIliylnglnthecornt The. more I thought alxmt it, tho moro no more ? Who can tell ? ton, D. C, writes, Dec 5th, Why is it that tho majority of people ccrtaiu I felt. Suspicion was banished ; Wbet h cirlh hereafter iS8i : Inlhewtyof LUat, doubt now gave place to certainty. The uso their right hand instead of their Thit In hcartyjdeaiure G(ntttmtn: I take pleasmystery was cleared np tho serenade left, and cannot help smiling at thoso Can compere with thltt ure in stating lht I have used was for me, and tho serenader was ho who use tho latter? With no ted forebodlnge Brown's Iron Hitters for maWhy is it that a man cannot see a To reetrtln or warn whom I had seen at chnrch. I must laria and ncnout troubles, tooth-pick- s without helping flitting, fairy Cguree caused by ovenroil., with had como to this conclusion, bundlo of say, when I Keying In the corn I excellent rciulls. I became impatient of this serenading, himself to oue when ho does not need wished either to rhango it into it? and Beware of imitations. Ml' SVUEtfADElt. Why is it that a small Ivor rauiot let something of a moro satisfactory charAsk for Brown's Iron Bitwith"My dear child." said a maiden lady acter, or for it to cease altogether. Mad- a thin, wasted wasp ily m ieace, ters, and insist on having of an uncertain nge, "you lioed not' emoiselle and myself, without saying a out furiously going for it with his new it. Don't be imposed on straw hat ; or why is it that the small Mush so. I dare eny the young gentlo-ma- n word to tho other girls, resolved to bring with something recomwho has just passed the window matters to a crisis. For this pnrpose girl will always insist upon lugging mended as "just as home a kitten that has not even learned wo resolved to secure the first opportuhas uo idea of your existence." The genuine is made only nity; nor was it long before ono pre- to open its eyes ? "But ho passes every day, aunt." by the Brown Chemical Co. Why is it that when ono asks us I ho " "returned tho sented itself. " Well, what of that? Baltimore, Md. lady. "One dark night, when tho usual number of days there aro in a certain month, wo always say over to onrselves: o "Bat ho looks in at tho window," said serenading was going on, and Miss happened to bo particularly en- "Thirty doys hath September, April, the young lady. " said her aunt. gaged with tho friends of n now pupil Juno and November? " " Ah, indeed Why is it tliat wo turn to tho right in cuit Judge." And he wears a sprig of myrtlo in who had como to tea, wo hastily put on " Broadcloth is a candidate I Hurrah his coat, aunt, and you know that means an old Bhawl and bonnet apieco ; slipped stead of to tho left, when tho left is far JTTSO? out of tho house forthwith, quite uniicr-ccive- moro preferable, and if adopted wonhl for Broadcloth for Circuit Judge I" 'true.'" Then giving his rriyaio iu lull, which " Beally you amuse me, child ! Any; rushed down to tho end of tho save many an accident on railroads and garden, and somehow or other found highways? Tho driver always sits np-o- u was cheered, lie rodn away amid shouts thing moro?" tho light of his vehicle ; in turning to of "nurrah for S , our candidate for our way to tho top of tho wall. Tho "No, aunt," was tho reply. "Then, my dear child, you aro n hit night, as I have said, was dark; wo tho right ho is farthest away from tho Circuit Judge!" On Monday the eleotiou was held and The Ooipel According to St. Both, of a goose, and ought to know lietter," could seo no one, and the unknown was wagon ho passe, aud unless lie is an exsaid her aunt. am afraid you aro vigorously going through his accus- pert cannot tell how close he comes to every voto in tho district wa cast for To which IssJJrJ id exposition of tho lord's , flio fiddler who had played all too fond of reading idle tales when you tomed musical performance, J'rjf r, tnj othtr Mrmons. I fancied tho wheels of tho man who goes by liim, S might bo better employed. Well, well, I could seo tho graceful outline of my wherenj, if he turned to the left side, he night for the voters to daiice. Youth'$ could look straight down, seo to tho Companion. BY GEORGE 0. BARNES, I suppose we cannot put an old head on admirer as ho swept his fingers over young shoulders, aud yours aro very instrument, and told to the cold, fraction of an inch how close he was "MOUNTAIN EVAKaEUST." young yet;" and sho might have added dark night uud the sad silent stars approaching an obstacle aud thns avoid uuwtur ritExcii troitiai.ix Ltrni. Tho French laborer probably gets EDITED BY OEO. Yf. UREEXWOOD. right-han- d The engineer runs upon the pretty ones, covered as they were with all tho Jove and hope and purpose of hit track, and sits upon the light-han- d moro for his wages than any other. His locks of the softest and richest brown heart. I listened with an interest that side of his cab. Tho long, nar- food is cheaper and more nourishing. Price, 91.50-3- 01 Clotb. thrilled my whole frame. Thero he hair in tho wbrld. His louilloii is tho liquid essence of belcopy, or furnlihed Clu)ofl2or mora fl was, languishing for mo ; dreaming that row locomotive, with its Pretty girls aro so common that I fl. Brnt smoke-stacis in front of him beef, at n penny per bowl. His bread, with Tilt IXTlllom JocKiL ttlVALTOX, need not descrilie pretty Rose Arnold, as I Was smiling on his love. Tiiore could fry and ir. M. lU-Ho can at the restaurant, is thrown in without HUnforO, Kjr. she and her aunt were sitting before tho scarcely bo any doubt that I was the cutting off his observation. any charge, nud is the liest iu tho world. flro in that inagio hour when the glare Annie Laurie for whom he would lay view only his own track, while the ophot coffeo and milk is peddled about of day has passed, and twilight is only him down and die I I was Ids ' Boautiful posite, save at a distance, is almost Bis (On some raiU tho streets iu tho morning at a sou per lew) cer wholly unseen by him, just coming; when tenderness touches Star, up in heaven so high," no cup. It is coffee, uot slops. His half-hthe. hardest heart ; when life seems tainly. What was I to do? Did not roods the revcrso is the custom.) tlo of claret is throw n in at ameid coatCustom, owing to caubes we know not such touching love ileffcno some gracemore ideal, less dark, and cold, and ful recognition? Was he to realize tho of, has established theso curious prece- ing 12 cents. For a few cents ho may dull. " Shall I tell yon what happened to mournful fate of which he saug? Was dents, and from observation and educa- enjoy an evening at ono of tho minor I, so young, to be a cruel murderer, tion wo unwittingly do thousands of theaters, with his coffeo free. Sixpence myself, Rose?" scat at the and nil through life to havo my heart things, that are, to say tho least, fanny, pays for a aunt." "Yes, do. theater. No gallery gods, no oauuts, and that we cannot possibly explain. " Well, I will. You will see that thero bowed down with a sense of tho fearful pilHvsmoking, dtnnkcuuess, yelling or was once n time when your old aunt was shock of such a crime ? Yet would it THIS DEVI I. VOSIK UP TU COOL llfT. howling. The Jardin des l'lantes, the not lw imprudent to address a gentleas silly as you aro now." " Ono evening, abovo Lewishurg, on vast galleries and museums of the LouHose laid her beautiful face on her man to whom I had nover been introtho Arkansas," said Capt. Paul Boyton, vre, Hotel Cluny, palace of the Luxorn-bonr! duced? I was in a frightful state of aunt's lap, and looked up, and her aunt aud Versailles aro free to him to I was on tho lookout for some place agitation ; I could feel my cheeks getbegan: I could stop, $5,212,737 81 " Miss Siikstone kept a select estab- ting red, and my heart jumped right up wherewhom could or for some icrson enter. Art nnd scienco hold oat to him American Asgeti, from obtain information, their choicest treasures at a small cost, I lishment at Brighton for a limited num- to tho top of my throat. What should when, near the bank of tho river, I dis- or no cost at all. French economy and Losses paid in 31 years ber of young ladies, from whom the most I do? iu u. o. execca 90i,uuu,uuu.uu covered smoko issuing from tho chim- frugality do net mean tho constant reunexceptionable references were re"'Why, speak to him, of course,' ney of a small cabin. I hauled to and trenchment and which would Solid, Prompt and Honorable. Pavs quired. She frequently advertised in said Mademoiselle, who was getting blew my bugle. For tome time tho deprivo life of everything worth living losses TTimoui uu discount. the Time), and always had a vacancy for very cold, 'or ho will lw laid up with smoko issuing from tho chimney wus tho for. Economy in France, moro than Does the Leading American Basinets. one or two. But you know as well as I influenza for a month.' " ' Oh, dear,' said I, wish ho would only sign of life. Finally u man, an easy any other country, means a utilization that there never was a school for a limkind of individual, came walking down of what America throws away ; but it Pollclt written hj ited number that JNUl not a vacancy for not como playing here.' does not mean a pinching process of " ' Oh, nonsenso I ' said she. ' Sieuk leisurely, regarding mo curiously. pupil. I a genteel and "'How far is it to Lewishurg?' I reducing life to a barren existence of JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent was that, and more. Why, then, was I to him ; it will bo capital fun.' work and biead and water. Brooklyn SIX OTHER asked. COMPANIEH rtr- sent to Miss Silkstone's salubrious "No, no; anything but that,' ex KMDted it the uiu sncr. Ktteo ruiootblo. Entile. 'It's ft putty good distance.' HI- alxxle? Well, tho truth is, Dr. Bolns, claimed I, in an agony of fear. " But Ijqw far do you cull it ?' TUB HXtALLE.1T Wf.'VK UOT. " ' Well, if you won't speak,' said she. our family physician, hinted that a little 'Idoan'tcallit.' change of air and an occasional bath in ' send him a token. An English paper tells this good Bepreientative Newspaper of the Sonth. ' Confound tho sea would not be amiss. ' Tho sys" 'A token 1' Ah, that was a capita or four thousaud it, man, is it two, three story : "By virtue of certain capitula TI1E WEEKLY miles?' tem requires bracing, ma'am,' said he to idea There could lie no harm in thut tions with tho Sublimo Porte, tho United reckon it's ono of tho numbers.' " momma. ' We ore getting,' added the He was just beneath me, I gathered n in other " Then I realized that I hud met a States, arecommon withkeep Governdear, fat old mau, as he contemplated few leaves and lot them fall." ments, entitled to a gun-bokinsman of tho Arkansas Traveler. My AN OROAN OF my growing figuro, 'a little pale and in tho Sea of Marmora for tho carrying "Hush I" said Mademoiwlle. which had at first been exof dispatches, the protection of their cit thin; our roses are not quite so red .as "Tho accordion went on as tutial irritation, they might be,' Girl as I was, I had The leaves evidently had produced u hibited, subsided, and, desiring to get izens domiciled at Pera and Galata, nnd as much information as posHihle, I read Lord Byron's 'Corsair, aud hi effect. bo forth. Iu tho winter of tho confer-enc- o asked, pointing to a bar : lines in ' Childo Harold,' bidding the " 'Try again,' said she. year, " Which sido of the channel shall I Dardanelles 1870, there arrived iu the deep and dork-blu- e ocean roll on, and " I did so. We listened no acknowl a maguillceut American Aw En kmt Or take?' had by heart Barry Cornwall's songs edgment. Tho accordion went on vigEnglish sailors would call her a " Either side you please I' MONOPOLIES, OLIGARCHISM and I loved, as girls of 17 do lovo, pas orously as ever. frigate called " Which do you consider tho better?' of tho castle of theVandalia. Tho Pasha sionately, 1ND us go,' said I, not a little Eurojie was terribly dis" I am not atteudin' to other people's concerted. He went on board frightened. The eeat the teat the open eeal tho corTHE SFIBIT OF SUBSIDY I business.' The ever f reah, the et er free I No, no,' said he, try again,' vette aud. politely pointed out that un-dAt e mloJIrtl In "'Which side do tho steamboats and made no objection to tho anange-xuen- t musio stopped, the did so. Tho the capitulations the gunboats only of take?' which for awhilo transplanted mo serenader changed his position, but in n foreign powers were pel mi t ted to pass owia' to what Captain is from the paternal roof. It was not re- moment recommenced his uiuorou through the straits. It's the smallest aboard.' THE luctantly, then, that I jouruoyed to tho strain. I grow quite frightened. wo'vegot,' " Well, bringing tho thing down toa commander culiiil.v replied tho gallant WEEKLY COD scene of my future residence. I was not " ' Oh I do let us go,' I whispered. of tho Vauilalia, and away point, how long will it take mo to get to steamed and I knew that I had a the big ship for Constantino-tiU- " Hu no auperlor "No, no,' said Mademoiselle; 'trj Lewishurg?' a crett limllr and nollilnl lovo of a bonnet which would set all the once more.' paper la lb world. In circulation la " It's owio' tcr how fast you travel.' girls wild. I had not lived at Clapham "Again fell tha loaves, again we listJMAT TIB his LAItar.R rtt.tarjOAC amtiimbtw. "'My Iriend, I think you aro the for nothing, you may be sure. ened, again tho accordion cttuuxl. Then political and U " You cau't add different things to- Than anybjr but fiwnawiparer In tha South, It con. " Arrived at school, I did as tho ret. was a pause, then a cough, then another biggest fool in Arkatuas.' In lb Unllod UtalM. excelled tha uoit " An', stranger, I think you are the. gether," said au Austin school teacher. talna each ofweak world, and complete aumuarr or Ou Sunday we went to church. Now tho cough, as it tho serenader was impatient, Ita editorial columni the newt the devil como up to cool off. Oo homo,' " " If you add n sheep and a cow to- (Uenrr Watterton, are alwee V church sen ice is rather long ; and, how- and expected to bo addressed. able, itrooc and bright. Among tha gether, it docs not mako two sheep or KUI'LCIAL FEATURE! d ever pious and proper oue mar be COTZOX HTATMlWa. strained our eyes, and just saw the dim Are TelrgMphle Hpecltle from all the leading polnte to lx, one cauuot be always look- outliue of a figure. " I think," said au Austin merchant two cows." Id tho United titaiea and Europe, Serial and Short Htoriee, Talinaxe'a tteruunt tbeilij alter dellrrrf A littlo boy, tho sou of an Austin-avenu- e ' Come I uouo of that 'ere I' was hi. to a ing at tho minister or at ouo's prayer-boo" mau, who wanted to neIu Brooklyn Tabernacle, Market Reperla, Fun-Io- n milkman, held up his band and Lrttera, Turf and block Ueporie, Anewer to In one of my occasional peep at exclamation. gotiate a loan ou personal security, e Corretpundenta' Department, l'uetry and said: the congregation I found tho eyes of u In the Country could scarce believe my ears. M "I went sur immrcu. rio " that you might go out into tho coun" That may do with sheep and cows, hould be without It. young man intently fixed on me. It wo refined lover indulging iu such vulgm try and pick cotton at CO cents a hut, if you add a quart of milk and a HVHSCttlVTION TKUHSt e Went to mo and all tho rest of tliogirli and commouplaee language I I scare hundred." list his ardent guzo was directed to no knew whether to laugh or cry. "Pick cotton, when tHecrop is al quart of water it makes two quarts of alngly copy one year, 11.60: Hre cople, one year, other thati myself. The next Buuday I did neither, but said, as cilmh ready up to 0,000,000 bales a year I Not milk. I'vo seen it tried." Tvxai Hlt. U.60. After atlubolflre bae been aeot ut the club ralaer can, throughout the year, add tingle the same phenomenon was witnesuxl, as my excited feelings would allow mo . much. Besides I'vo only got ono arm, liiya. ubecrlpllon at our lowetl club rale 11.10 hi yearly euUcrlpXtoaa. Yearly aubtcrlptlont only the next, it was the aauit'. I was pleased, Whatdidjousayl' aud can't hold au umbrella over my percan be recelred it tlilirute. Our ternit lor leu act-iv- o Tub Lord Mayor of Loudon is au than a year are tl for eight rnonlht; 73 centt yet annoyed. Miss Hilkstoue gave me " Why, none o that 'ere, to be sure I son whilo I am at work. Rather than tor tlx uontht; SO centt for three montha. anil devout Mothodkt. many a private lecture in her own ojwrl-men- Pitching loU o' dirt ou to a ioor fellow. pick cotton, I would pick a shady placo A aaniple copy of Weeklr It tent charge lor tituinttloa as wo were taught What do you mean V Mademoiselle, All diteurs mulling from u free of CMh ceorutulon allowed ou application. and take a rest," Texa (Hftlnyi, Liberal cantauert, and i," There was some terrible uiUUke. to call our French governess, was nervoiu debility, mental anxletr, degress-Io- n ouUtKUt them free of charge. Addreat W.N ilALUKMAN. Ky. Ax Ohio woman owed a man $320. To of spirit and functional derangement of the girls all laughed ; and, to My friend cuine to my rescue. Sum rrtaUtut Co., Loultilll, Tnvton. make assurancti doubly sure, I had Wu moniiig up her dignity and jeering over wipe out tho debt she married him, and nrvniia itiUm mpaj! Iiv Democratic and for a Tariff for Eevenuel then for $00 sho got n divorco, thut mr- - rator. gee advertisement. For sale informed that one of the wails had been I tho wall, she said, severely ; I oaty. rennr&McAliater. IngfiOO. asked by a genlleuum the name of the ' " Young man, who are you ?' Moral, - - May 18, - n n 1 g girl-like- Why, Joe, tin i.tit. er's boy, to lo sura I' " Oh, indeed I' said ModemoisWI. And what do you hero?' " 'You see,' ho replied, hain't I no pi seo at homo to practice in ; como every night here, 'causo the wnlh keep tho wind off; and now it's time f mo to bo off.' "And away ho went oil whistling leaving mo disenchanted of my lovo. I may only add that I endured an additional pang when, n shotl tfmo nftt r ward, I found that the oyes that nlwuys glared at mo at church squinted. Hinct then 1 havo not lecn quite so hasty iu jumping at conclusions. "And now, Hose, dear, wo had bettor get to work ; ring for Kllen to bring in lights, aud now draw tho curtains," Rose got up to do so. As sho approached tho wiudow, tho individual with tho myrtle passed, lloso thought nothing of it, mid it was well sho did not, as later in life sho knew him well as n married mau and n friend of her husband and her ou n. " Me, inarm? "THn 'I BrlgM-eye- tub rvxxr Silk-ston- 1 Ono method of hunting gsrim Is f..r man to go outalotmandcrctpeiiutinii-- i on through the field and woods. Kn ing his eyes and cars oen to signs of bird or di.r, ho comes UKn them noiselesdy and kills by sUnlih. This mcthod.known as " tho still hutli,' has given tho nnmo to that quiet nud private sort of electioneering which romp candidates pursue, when distrust ul of their ability to speak on tho "fclump." Ihoiudustry, energy nud tact rcquind in n "still hunt" for office aro cxhibitod by tha following nuccdoto, told hv Rev, Dr. Picrson, on old missionary pioneer : A Kentucky uwyer, who was a can. didato for Circuit Judgo,wcnt on a " st hunt," to tho most ignorant section ot tho State, He arrived, ono Saturday afternoon, while a harbecno-daucwas in progress in tho open air. Old men and women, young ucn and jolly losses, parents and children worn dancing with energy aul delight. Tho lawyer's black alpaca sack-rodistinguished him from uverylxxly, butternut-coloreos all wore lioine-inndjeans. "Howdy, Broadcloth?" was tho salutation ho received, as ho moved among the crowd. Tho fiddler was drunk nnd would soon fall off tho block. Tho lawyer had learned to use the violin, snd ho intimated, when the fiddler's powers of motion had ceased, that ho could play. Tho crowd shouted at tho top of their voices ; "Broadcloth can fiddle I Broadcloth can fiddlo I Hurrah for Broadcloth I" "No, gentlemen, I won't fiddlo for youl" ho answered to their shouts. " I como here a stranger, and you haven't treated mo with civility; yon haven't asked mo to danco ; you haven't intro duced mo to tho ladies ; haven't made mo ono ot yourselves, aud I won't fiddle for you." With many apologies and promises for tho future, they nt last coaxed tho coy candidate to play for them. Taking off his coot, and rolling up his ho played from suudown to sunrise. ' Who aro yon, Broadcloth, anyway?" asked several. "I'm a candidate, gentlemen, for Cird.-l.o groy-liaire- d o d shirt-sleeve- nriit nr.vr." CHURCH MRKCTOhT. "MONOIV KOUXE." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago TIIR New Life II. CMortlion. M1miODfHT,80UTII.-iu- V7 Bundiy morning: and BUhteicett the third. Prayer Meeting etery Thurtday nigh I. Sunday School at tot a, M. Rev H. C Motrlaon, Huferlntendent. BArrisT. night. noon, Sunday school at 1 14 a, M, n. K. Barrow Superintendent. Worthlp by the T CHRInTIArl.dty. Preaching bycongrecttlnn Cot Dr. J. W. onfWrond and Fourth Uird'a dayt. Sunday Hrhool Joe. Hererance, Hurrlnttndent. at BOUTII.-K- eT. I. H. McKI. ror, rlor. Sunday Reboot at 9 10. John W. J. Union Prayer Keeling on Kout.riurerlntendent. Wednetday ntghli. Prater j'.it. vc, fatter. "SerVIcei ntr Fourth Sundtyt, morning and and Mealing Railway. RUNNIMU etry Wednesday after- O.V.VUNE rulliimn LOUISVILLE tllleliranchofl.A PHlftco TO Cars ! 1 l. AND SOLID TRAINS CHICAGO OPERA HOUSE. STANFORD. KY Ptengera Irom Iho Knot. flraruiNotur M. 1L R. arrive In Loulnllle In lime to lake the efenlng train of the "Monon Route" and go through to OrcencflMlc. CranfordiTllle, Lafaiette anil Chicago nltbont change. TIMr. TAI1I.K. HTATIONH. W. P. WALTON, - Proprietor. Daily. XHlTyT ct Stanford Female College. NTAM'Oltl). KY. With Lre. IonliTll1e... Arr. tlreencaatl. ... Slfeof Stage, Mi50. Fight complete tela ef Scen' Crawfordtillle ery, Netting cepadly, Including gallery, too. " Urayelle IteatooaMe ratea to good attraction!, Addreae " Chlcign at abate. The mMt direct route, wll nlr ran, to all polnttln eroniln, Mlnnewla, Iowa, Nebratka,Ac For further luformatlon. addrmt MURRAY KKI.LKR,!). P. A.. UulHllle, Ky 12. ... 7Opm vi a n 7 01 pm 01 a in I 01 pm 1 II am a 11 pm T SO ml a 60 pm lltim a Full Cerps of Teachers, Seailoo Thltlnitllullon will open lit Thirteenth ALL THE BRANCHES OF A on the M Monday In Hepteraber next. well-know- LcoursviLLir&f?ASrB THKORCAT THOnOUOHENGLtSHCQUnSE Art taught, at well a. MUSIC, TUB I1ANOUAOE8. DRAW. INO AND PAINTINO. Through Trunk Line TERMS MODERATE. I3u; iTeparauuy, roular Pcfertminle.. llltuarr. t2i:' Intermediate . ,r ; . .. i .. ihi, ana iuih. leie, no. -- In Tuition, rrlcea ranae from 123 Ul K0 In tk For full partlculara, at to Board, it., add real HUM. N. . TKUKIIKAKT. S'rtarljteU, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky, gii." "HALL'S" RatabrhISure IS RECOMMENDED BYPHYBICIAKb WIIHHt Change and Kltk SHORTEST AND mm QUICKEST raOM LftlMVILU TU Till IUkV, Mantgemtry Sp. Uorlraltd ROUTE SOUTH & WEST Jala.iillla .a.ir. en.rvHu.euiliytl la Palace l.ltll. Niihillk, thim la MfMphli, Attaita liaaaKik " fcf.a.-- i iHW VIIHSf, Wllhaat BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Care Without Change d TJBIilSHED. OOD'SLOVESTORY v4 ana Catnrrh of or tna car, tea or uicerntirei catnrrn IHTKRNALLY, Throat. Ula taken and acts DIRECTLY upon tha Blood nnd Mucoue Surfnoea of the Brttem. It ths boat Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, nnd I. worth ALL that la Cailty-Cnronlo OUJUiltl the Na.nl charged for It, for THAT, nlono. INTERVAL Loaliillltla PataceCara wllUatihaat on thi ,s"'' line ol ttiii road will receive tpcclal low rttet See Arnl nl ihlt I mp.Br reum Ac.crwin, t p AlkOKf 0. ralei. i A. SHORT UNE TO THE E7i8T From FMIRR4NTQ IO 111 '" 1" Loulelll. Ky. ONLY CURE FiTCATAERH "I it And we offer Ono Hundred Dollars tor nny Onao of Cntnrf h It will not Cure, 1VILX. CL'UK AMY CASK. Office of A. T BTiwanTiOoI t'nicioo. 111 , June 4, tv , Tufnld, O. iltur: F J, CktntyAi4rauro In Inf litntlrmrn. - I tat n ortnlnt jod that 1 bate uaM lla.ll a Catarrh Cure. It baa rery baj and don't bealtate la cured rnr-- I lay 'naiuwiu cur anycaeeoc uuarruu laara Your truly, properly. rwij tiik MAKK.irra.i Don't Be Led Astray! ltl adietlleemealiof rlltl roulee, which are liable to deceit! the public. The Miorte.t and qulrkeet Route flora Clntln-na- il Weat It the Ily the peculiarly iconIM au sand-tow- rr ip pwt-Pld- tf Catarrh f or la) care, Ilall'a Catarrh Cure cured Cbrulderlt worth f 10.10 a bottle. 0-Seta per bottle. by all Dnirclete at Manurartured and aol.1 br T 3 CUUXLT & CO. TUIXDO, OUIO. ul a WnTrttaroao. IVOItTII 810 A iiottli:. E. Jlrniur, JacLaon, Mich., wrtlm Haee bad J 4 10 m.w. Hour ! m Ciiiciiumti to St. Louis 4Dally Ilouu ahead of all ether line. Tulni, wllh ne change U rare panengera. Dally Tralnt to of For tale In Stanford by 1'rnny A McAlltter. tr any L Uuiirllle, wllh Free Tailor 3 Can. Afflicted, Attention 2I)illy Tralmother Ctanirtlle, boon la to all with change 4 4 N DR. GAM'S REMEDIES! FOB T1TE MILLION. nicely-cushion- MANUFACTURED BY W. E. OANN, M. P., 2 2 12 of care. Dally Tralm to Cairo, 7 noun quicker than any other line, and no change of care, Dally Tralnt to New Orltena. No change of can from Cincinnati. roulee, one Uea Hours fb"11 & GLOBE MONTICELLO. KY. The world It fllled wllh the wondtrful. ImuII. iui ana intricate inieniiont 01 mm, yet an tne g InNiirnuec Company self-deni- uaj' combined tilenl and genlui thit the world hat it-- er known bti oeecr produced anythtnc that can compare with "Dr. Uana'e Remcdlm.'' Hedlral kill and acience hare, at et, Itlled to dlecoter oinz equal to uem. lor tne cure ot tne uie- for which they are recommended. At their tlrtuea and uiet are untied br thoutandi throueh. out the length and breadth ol the land, andaa Standard Femllr Uedlcloee, they cannot I This Upon Memory. and are fully aubatantlaled by the atroog !! II UUD IB IS. The O, It the only line by which you For Cought, Coldt, Croup, llroocbllll, Ooniump. era get through cam from Cincinnati to tit. Loult uon anu ail uueajeat ol ina Throat ana Longi, without paylcgeitra lire In addition tv money paid for ticket. than by other llnea. The O. JU M. Ii the only line with 4 Dally Tralna from Ctnctnnatt to rit. Loula, maklog direct conoectlona In the Union Depot (it Nt Loulilellti atUeuurl FacISc lUllway, m. Utuli, Iron Moun. Uln A Koutliern lUllway) Chtcigot Alloa Rail, road, Chicago, lluillogtoa A Clalncy Railroad: Keokuk A Ht. Loult Railroad, Wabaih, Kt. LouUd I'acISc lUliroad, UImouiI, Kanaat A Teiat Rill way, Ml Loult A r)aa FrtocUco Rallwty, rvdllSdlS Hltu Uliy Two ,, ,h" Chint Rm"'"0 "oun teat Tine on the ,nd lea. change of tare Impreit Tonr t ft. Uho Dr. Ganii'H Ceugb Hyrup. 'I For Liter Camplalnt.DriPcmla. IndlceatlonJaun. dice, Comtlpallon, Sour Stomach and all Rlllout iiieaaei, Ukc beait Dr. tiaiui'M Liver Cure. n eiternal application for man or RrLlara and For llckett. raUa. or anv Inloimitloti.rall an Ticket agenitoiconn llnea. -I- N (Pie. can ai 103 nainai at,u it., Ilrand CincinnatiU', Fourth of Mill ilreet. lloUl, foot W. W. I'EAIIODV, r. II, BIIATTUC. tlen'l tluiUtendenl, Ueu'l 'a awager igt FlOST-CLA- Tor RheuinttUm, Neuralgia, Spralna, Swelllngt-a- llndnnall. 1. D. HILL, i'aMcngcr Agent, Lebanon, Ky Tho Dr. Ghiiu'm rorlllet, I nillir V mo ITmo dlaeaaiw, I.lnluicut. Mil ula and all Itemorrboldt, llurm, KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. -- THE MOOT DFJIKABI.K ROUTE 1 'I Courier - Journal Dr. Ghiiu'h IMIc Oliilmciit. Dr. Ohuii'n IlKlcr-NircOintment, rt I For Freeh Cult, flurni. Ulcere and Old Horn, T-O- XNI1V1VA1?I! And drclJedly the I'opular Route, anordlng, at It diwe, lett chaogeiand auperlor accvmuodatlonato Live Issues. Living Ideas UHttDr.GHiin'HNIoiiiHcii lllttcrH A Reliable Toole, Apprlltrr and Hloud FurlBer, and alto curet Diaala, Indlgettlon, Lifer Complaint, Maltilal reeeri and all itrlultral Dlteaaca. Manufacturrd and for aale by Minouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texas, cor-U't- to MOEAI I"OEOB8. "Let "I The North, Rorlhweat and Weat. In fact, If you conte nplate a trio In any direction, your Inter tat will bebeetaertedby purchulng your ticket lie K. C. "W. IC. GrJL2T3r, 3WT. X)., man aod Clnclunill. 1 Tralnt each way 2; Full I'alacetari; blciant Mew Day Uoachee, and Sole proprlelor, Montlcello, Ky. 0aTAII ordera hindaomaly furnlihed Reclining Chair Care form by mill will recelre M0mpt altentlon. M-- tl the unequaled equlnmenta of lb.li Old Reliable, thereby making a trip oter thla lint one ot luiu-rlo- ui comfort aud pleaiure. Try tt. E TIME TAULK. IM FFEOf Ko. 1. I DEC. II, IUI. I "It's That Thieving Tariff Kentucky's BIER-JOURN- South. No. 4. p No.l. 1 Route East Lre. Corlngton. ' ralmouth. Arr. Letlnglon. Lro. lanlngtoo " Cynthlana.. " , Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line running nwUr Arr. Winchester " MLrJterllng PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING 0AES " 11 Athlind . , Huntington,., a iu 4 10 P KUprn W a in ft (M P mliooapm to a m II 44 P nil0Wjui II 15 p m U p m II 20 put 1 23 u m 1 H p in Il24pui 2 21 p u 20 p iu is aiu a ui p in 0 p m UiSaiu 7 21 p rr aWpm 4oiam 10 11 I 00 am V 40 ul ml 00pm u Noam. IIunilngt0D Lt. AibUuL.. No. 3. Mo. No. a. Lditor-lo-Cale- a solid"teain raou " Ml. Hurling.. dis-ose- LfllllHTlllCiClllClHllHllHUtllfXa I1IKIOII, Arr. LealngUio ..... Lte, Leilngton...,. Vrincbettcr .. k. one-arme- d 1'eptrt-llom- WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting tupiu Arr. Cotlngtoo .... 19 p in II tfta in atapra MAVdVILl.K btviHUiN ft pm. Arr. Uiyaellloa lOpu to time depot wllh fait tralnt lor N " .VL.T .. . m, . iaingiou Jotm S0-'.'- . M a m. " Miyitllle 8 aStni No. Ii " Mtf ttllle 12 4H.m " Uilngton to pm 10 IV Ii'., " t'jnthlioa.., " Kalmouth. .. Full. . llpu 4S p m p w T 00 a to p u 00 p is 8 a 21 10 Uiu Uiu tsoiu Ham pu t I 10 III lUllu uu II a m a iu tt 1 13 pm 1 Mpm 4vaiu ''"!on If" ..T'""' ..... Hon-eve- The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan ville, Norfolk, Uurttr-Juunt- al self-abui- Courier-Journ- al nmin It and parlor car to Mayarille. No. ft tou. Fulloian rleeir from Kanawha Fillt aud Fur ttckelt and lurlber Infurualluu. apply to uvr iruui uaiogioD to Cincinnati. Oulr your neaeat ticket office, or eddrcu "MTV1"., """i,1 toachae from Uuntlngtoo JAMI1M O. KKNNT. and Mt. bltrllni. Direct connection at Leilngtoa Utnl. W'Mltru lmmiX'-Umu".7- 3 10 W. Malu Nt.,Iiiulif)lfe,aVy. VaSlllaaTav! O, W.NMITH, H. W. VIILLIB. 0, W, BENDER, C.L. BROWN, UiO'l Masaaer, Ueu'l I'aat'r Ag1!. BUMrlutaod.nL Oen'l Fan. A TM. Alt, cbraoud, Ylrglsli, Uaaefal oBoaw, OutUgton, Kj, All Virginia and North Carolina Points. No, runidilly and bat day eoethta from to tVaihluglon, l'ullmaa Hleeperato Kim. wba Valla. W Va, aud Reclining Chair Car to InVlflll HI..,,. ,..ll. .1 .l.lln.a . V f I. .. ere lime la given. No, 2 runt dally, except bundayi bu through cotcbeelo llunilugton. No. Ui. 4ruuidilly. eiceplUundtyj hu through coacbia to Ml. blerllog ii iii r '