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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 22, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883052201_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 22, 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. ptmt' Hail VOLUME Snni-Mt- f X.-NUMBER intefiot SontnaL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER The Internal Revenue. theught that the Cabinet will soon discuss the qutatlonol reducing the number of Internal Revenue districts. A It aow stands there arc 120 of these districts, and the aslarlea of the collectors and their assistants amount to $2,000,000 in round numbers. Oat of the 120 collection collected above bnt thirty-seveeach last year, and the collections la some of them raa down below $10,000. Over thirty fell below $100,000 each. Not ons of the Ret leu than $2,000 each, and thirty get $1,600 apiece. Fire get $1,376 apiece, four get $4,250 and so on down. Beside 120 collectors, there are nearly deput collectors, who receive salaries-an- d traveling expenses from $3,000 a year down; 200 clerk, tneaxengere, 807 gangers, and gaagera, bed 622 1,000 Whether the Admlnstratlon will have the nerve to deliberately lay the ax to the root of this tree, or even to top off some of It branches, eeema to be rather doubtful. Should any change be made, however, it is probable that the State hopeleealj democratic or thou certainly republican will be the one where the moM Washof the reduction! will take place. ington cor. LonlvIIle Poet, . A. 510. Topnoddf. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 22,1883. Moumert Eatilt Contoltd. Many years ago, in one of the quiet n Fulton street dining saloon placed a surloin steak in front New Hampshire towns, a young man of a gentleman on Friday. "That's lived who lost his wifo after only a few tho toughest pieco of meat I over tack months of wedded bliss. He was ted," exclaimed tho man, as ho put over her loss, and one day tho out of tho reach of his his pastor attempted to comfort him right elbow, "and General Grant made in tho presence of a company of hie mo cat mulo meat ofl tho hind legs in townspeople, quoting the Apostle's words; "Whercforo, these light afflicVicksburg in '03," Tho man seeing that it was useless tions, which aro but for a moment, to try to mako an impression on tho work for us a far more exceeding and steak with tho knife, eat back in his eternal weight of glory," but waa chair exhausted. After musing a few promptly squelched by the widower, momenta ho called tho waiter and who turned on him with a look of asked if there was another steak in tho scorn, and said. "St. Paul didn't placo llko tho ono he had boforo him. know any thing about it; he warn't a Ho received an answer in tho affirm- married man." He, however, found ative. a solace in a blooming damsel, "Bring it right hcjo and two brick who, at his own demise, which bats with it; I reckon I'll try a Hono- occurred a few years since, remarked lulu sandwich." to a sympathizing neighbor: "Yes, it "What's dat, sab?" was a terrible blow. I could have "Go along and get mo another picked out forty men in town that I Appropriate Ute (or Tough Steak. 149. liln - nlt riorournal Editor and Proprietor Bu tinea Manager W. P. WALTON, T, R. WALTON, ... iT rbUthcii)THfit1ttu ( a nit Frltltiv, 0a.no irriMM vian annum. don't md.I alampa Inpaymtntof tub- errlptlcn, eicrpltoniskechang., end then of d inn omtSatlgts M over three ftal. iiL 0 Loinclt h the Printing Witt. Ono of tho greatest annoyances to a foreman or orcrMcr, aa well aa to the industrious workman who wishes to perform hla wholo duty, is the habit ei gabbling indulged in by those fellows' who Insist upon talking of current events, itsd often tho world's en tire hiitorjr, during the hours which should be devoted exclusively to business. In no workshop is this prac tloe so doloterious as in a printing office, for in no other is there so close and undivided attention required to produce the best results. No man can let typo with proper caro while his jshb4 is occupied with consideration ofothcr aflairs, especially ii that consideration is forced upon Lira by the .audible conversation of someone near" him. A printer must think while he works, and ho must think of the task before him. IIo must decipher his copy and give thought to its punctuation, and even to tho construction of sentences, and this ho cannot do while his attention is diverted to something entirely foreign to it. lie caa think of but ono thing at a time ami1 if he is talking of politics, rellgionror social ills, he will, of necessity, neglect tho work placed him. The practice of promiscuous talking in a workshop is, moreover, a dishonest ono. Tho employer pays tho employe for the work ho is expected and iiippoicl to perform; ami tho timo paid for belongs to him, and if it is occupied with idlo gossip, ho is defrauded of that which is his due. A few moments' conversation two compositors may eom n small rnattor; but when it include, aa it generally does, suveral men, at frequent intervals, it becomes quito n serious affair, resulting in absolute loss to the master. "Many mickles makes a muckle;" and (lltccu minutes a day nukes an hour and a half during the week. It is a homoly saying, "the still sow drinks tho swill;" and among compositors it will be noticed that those who do the least talking will, other things being equal, set raoro do it bettor, than their gartypo,-an- d rulous neighbors whoso tongues are oontinally running. Wo are not advocating military law in the printing office. Tbero is no harm in an occasional pleasant joko or snatch of a popular song; these rattler relieve the irksomeuess ot continuous toil. But tho privilego of in these should never bo abused to the detriment of cither tho Paper ami customer or employer. be-for- o When Topnoddv camo from his offico Thursday night, his wifo was In a particular disturbed stafo of mind, "What's the matter, ray dear?" he kindly Inquired, "Don't ask me that kind of a question, Topnoddy, when you know how much work I havo to do about this houio to keep you comfortable," alio answered. "Why don't you get a hired giri, my dear, to help you?" "Ikcause I don't want any hired girls around tho house as long as you live here!" "You aro not jealous, I hopo, my dear." "Oh, no, I'm not jealous, Topnod dy. I flatter my sex that I am tho only ono in tho wholo category who could bo auiccptiblo to the blandishments of a Topnoddy." "Then why uot get tho hired girl, my dear?" "For the simplo reasou, Topnoddy, that I don't want you to be wearing yourself to physical bankruptcy try ing to make a mash on the girl, when theru alnt no ruoro show for you than there is for a politician to enter the kingdom of heaven. One total wreck in tho family is enough, and I'm playing tho total wreck act at present, and don't waut to havo any oxtra bother in patching you up with liver pads aud mustard plasters. Not any of that, thank you, in mine, until after frost. You men think you aro almighty sharp, but the women aint fools, if they do havo to work hard and be submissive. Jealous, indeed! Why a hired girl who would let you smilo at her wouldn't havo eense enough to carry slops to a pig. Now skip around and bring in somo water and soma coal, and fix up tho tiro so lean get your supper ready." The DrumTodnoddy skipped. mer. Woman as A waiter in It Is WALL PAPER TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, .A.T Druggists and Booksellers, Opera House Blook, ! ico-pitc-hcr dii-rlc- n M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S etore-keeper- e s. steak." Tho waiter obeyed and tho man took a newspaper from his pocket, wrapped tho Bleak up in it and went to tho cashier's desk with a check for sixty cents. "Got to catch a train, eh?" exclaimed the cashier; and haven't timo to cat here, eh?" "No," replied tho man, "not exactly. You see I arrived in Now York from Now Orleans last week, and tho baggage smashers knocked tho hinges from my trunk. And I am going to repbico them with theso steaks, and I'll bet fifty dollars that when my trunk gets back to Now Orleans there wont boa fibro of my new patent hinges stretched. I'll get cquaro with those baggage-smashe- rs even if I do loso n squaro meal." N. Y. World. A should rather had died than my husband." But even she was not so inconsolable as a certain school commit-teean in Brooksville, Me., was on tho occasion of his wife's death. His inconsolable sorrow could only He expressed by the remark to a sympathizing neighbor: "I'd rather have lost Boston the best cow in my lot," Praay & MAIWf (MM 'sbfy PHABMAC1STS out'-vyr- t -- ..... Jfc I Stanford, Ky. sbK- w." HMreu Drags, Beoks, Stationery and anoy Artiolos. Pbyijcttu' prtscilpUons accurately Also off ''vwti,' Xm compound!. m It lenald that the Fekln Government will establish a Consulate In Chicago, to consist of an American and a Chinee, who will devote themselves to the protection of JEWEIiEllMI Cure for Spring Fever. A correspoudont of tho Springfield Republican writes that formerly every spring ho suffered from "spring fever" dull nppo-ti- te, in the form of biliousness uiirofrcshing sleep. heavy eyes, A doctor forbade his eating meat. IIo could Ho said it was impossible. not forego it. "Try the experiment," said tho doctor. "For ten days cat no pork, leef, mutton or veal. Eat vegetables and farinaceous food, eggs, fish or milk; a little poultry will not hurt you, or a bit of bacon. In a few days you will find yourself another man." ne was well in less than a week. He was like a cloggedup firo when the cinders are soft-boiled a Local Editor. Trint. """ A New Idea. A traveler in 'the South, says an exchange, wished to send Bomo beautiful flower buds to his wife, and was at loss how to do so. A florist friend said ho would fix them. Ho cut n potato into two pieces and bored holes into them into which ho inserted tho stems of tho buds, and placed them in a box with ootton to support thorn. A letter from tho recipient ncknowb edged tho romombrance, and said that the buds had developed into fullblown flower. There is sufficient moisture in a large tilzed potato to support a flower for two weoks in a mxleratoly cool temperature Flowers for bouquots or baskets may 1)0 preserved iu tho samo way. Tho potatoes can bo hidden by leaves or mosses. aro not more extensively employed as nowsgatbers for the press. "Why," said Fogg, "Mrs. F. went out vi'iting t'othor day and notwithstanding shn had been gono less than an hour, when alio camo home sho was fairly overflowing with new and recondite information. Our next door neighbor on one side had gono into bankruptcy, and his creditors wero raising a terriblo pother about it; our neighbor on t'other side had been treating his family in a most sharaoful manner, and every bo dy was talking about it; a wedding was on tho carpet across tho way, notwithstanding nobody could roe what he ever could sco in her to fall in lovo with; two persons had been carried out of tho world just below us, aud throe raoro brought into it two or threo doors above; Mrs. A. had got a new silk drcis, Mrs. B had mado over her old one, and Mrs. (J. had declared that Parson Jones' wifo wasn't a bit All this, and more besido. sociable. And I," continued Fogg, "might travel all over town, from now to mid summer, ana i wouiuti l nave round part of tho intelliout gence that woman picked up in one Boston Journal. short hour. .Strango women eth that Jay Gould has had a sulphur bath put up in his house IIo is fortifying himself for tho climnto of tho hereafter, wo presume. Don Padmau thinks tho soil of America and Joseph Brad- loy have both !cen good to Kuther- ford B. Hayes. So has death. Sup poso it had claimed Kliza Piukston in 1875. Tho portrait of Orant will adorn the now two cent stamps. How triio it is that tho whirligig of timo brings about strango rovenges. Grant onco licked Gen. Buckner on the bank of tho Cumberland river, and now Buckner will havo Uio opportunity of licking Grant on tho back of a Brockenridgo News. postage stamp. raked out and tho draft turned on. His head grew clear, nerves steady, courage camo back; was ready to smile at Satau'a rago and face a frowning world. Tho euro was permauent. IIo renounced meat for breakfast and if ever a touch of biliousness recurred, abstinence at dinuer for two or three days put an end to it. The great , ho American sin is thinks. Some weeks ago, in this county, a turkey got into a hay loft and, mado a nest. The ntst was discovered and tho eggs taken out and tho entranco to tho loft closed. Soon after a cat gave birth to two kittens. The birthplace of tho kittens was in tho loft and in tho turkey's nest. No attention was paid to them nor was it even looked into, t'our weeks elapsed and a strango noiso came from tho cat's re treat. Upon examination it was found that thero wai ouo turkey egg iu the nest that tho cat took possession of, and tho heat from 'tho cat and her family brought forth u young turkey, which is nlivo and doing well. Frankfort Yeoman. meat-eating- Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry k Silverware the subject of the Celestial Empire, claims brought to this mirktl. PrlcM Lower than bating been made that they hare been un- the Lowest. WeUhw, Clock ind Jewelry oo short notice end Wtmntod. juitly punished by the authorities of that city. Globo. waa hanged Jones, the at Crawford, Qa , on Friday. Mr. Jones The Bible Rerition failure. They are selling editions of tho re- will le remembered aa the gentleman whoee only regret after killing his wife waa vised New Testament now for what RETAIL- that In the general cutting down of family ever it will bring in ounces and expenses he hadn't assassinated his mother-in-lapounds in New York. It was a stupendous failure. No ono would read A peculiar ault ia on trial at Lexingit; no one would buy it. Booksellers ton. A man wishing to sell his farm, askhave had enormous loads of it that ed a friend to find him a purchaser. He so, and presented a bill for $2,600 comthey can not carry, and, as it wasn't did mission. The man refuses to pay, claiming worth a cent in the market, it was that he aaked the favor simply aa a friendtold as old paper to bo turned into the ly act. paper mills and soaked into pulp. A The Robertson Tribune lays that a cave Detlres to rill attention to the Large nd Coronrehenitfe Block of fair edition was sold when the book has been discovered on Jesse Sims' farm in Grocer! ch, Provision!, Confectioneries, Tobacco, Clgare, Ac, was first issued to people who were Johnson county, in which are many chambers, walled up with stone and evidently Which he keeps alwajs ou band. Makes a specialty ol Handling Goods at Wholesale on Small PtoflU. anxious for curiosity sake to look at Goods delivered wltkln town limits free of charge. the work of human hands. it, but as soon as their curiosity was A roinpany with a capital of $300,000 gratified the salo stopped short, and it On , fox the has never started up again. Half a haa been organized at Rome, purpose of utilizing the Immense dozen schemes havo been tried by the Shoals on the Coosa at book publishers to get rid of their use- River. less stock aud a great many have paA Philadelphia company has begun DEALERS IN- tiently waited in tho hope that some g In Accomao county, Va , genuine interest would be manifested having now two thousand geese, and inby Bible readers in tho new version; tending to increase to ten thousand. but they have all been grievously left. The height of Trinity Church steeple, '."''".. The book is commercially good for New York City, is 281 feet above the sidefeet above the walk, and at least twenty pulp and nothing else. new bridge tower. Some republican journals are pleas A locomotive on the Uabana & Wood- ing themselves with the thought of atock K. R. made a mile in 47 seconds, what they will do in Virginia in 1884. equal to 90 miles an hour. In going through a dark wood it is an PILES I PILES! PILES! excellent p!an to keep up one's spirit whistling or singing, "Now I lay Mir. Demtno'B Aetc Dlteorery for by Is a radical change from the old remedies mo down to sleep," or, in a very diffi Fllee In ute. The DlKorerf Is the mall of heretofore s Er Groceries, Provisions, &c, AT WHOLESALE AlfD EH. C. BRIGHT, STANFORD, St, Asaph Block, --- KY., water-pow- Ten-Isla- nd A. OWSLEY & SON, -- feather-fnrmln- Hardware and Groceries, Glass ware, Queensware, Woodeii and Willowware, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent ana .Family uiour, JUamos, Traces, cult moment, by consulting the Maine pocket pistol, which every good republican carries in his moral panta loons but it is better to wait till the wood is left behind before jumping for joy. Too republican party may pos sibly feel on the 1st of January, 1885, that like Mr. Bumble, it "went dirt N. Y. World. cheap." and Inreatlgatlon jearsofpatlenticIentlDCttudir Into toe character of thla painful dUeaae. To eon-Tiyou ol Its great merit, call on Pennj A. Stanford, or W. M. WeUr. Mt. Vernon, and get a sample box free of rharg. Salt, Limo, Comont, Field Seeds, Ploft-- and Farming Implements. Call and soo the gennine Hamilton Plow . Who can estimate the amount of human suffering caused J only a tad coughf And who the number of llrei undermined and lost bj neglecting Juit Brown's Expectorant will cure t Is a rough? cough If git en a chance. Trice, flftj centa. For sal bf Tennr A McAlUter, Stanford, and W. M. Weber, Mt. Vernoi. OEIJL HOTJSB BLOC-.- :. PtATT, a young man bottle ol Hrown'a Expectorant worked llkcacbarm. Is oflts famllr. of Newton, Conn., has slept almost In his qualltlea.lieForconvincedPennf wondorfulcu-ratlr- e & McAlIater, sale by continuously since last Christmas, and Stanford, and W. M. WeUr, Mt. Vernon. in tho meantime he has not once spoa fiCUTC Wanted. saJOQInCneh Prltea ken. He sits in a rocking chair with nuun to Auente- - ANEW BWJ. PJ PUT A Y Kl Has his eyes closed, all day long, paying . M.llrt' ilV ' If V UI.MaIttMlI'1'I. whatever to his mother, A rkk ItaM. aad the nUi.mU-itoluno attention elU lh 1WAIH MfWk lll.itiknn. I uf patdcaltn uau. VU.U..U. f"u A who ministers to him constantly. Sherman W. J. T. Morrison, ol Worlblngton, Ind., aars onw WE ARE READY! -- WITH- ' MAKKT ... ruUnUKt: Men's, Boys' & Children's M.MAUIS. National Jit' publican, of Washington, says: "It is not a'viblstfou of tho civil service lawMam will not bo, after tho law goes into operation iu July, fur nny person in tho employ of the Govern-moa- t to be solicited for a political contribution. He can not bo solicited by an official, but ho may bo waited on for the purpose by any agent of a political party or other organization htwselt in offico. He can not be removed for uot contributing, nor censored for giving wbatover he Still we llvo in a corapara pleases. tlvely free country." Mahono's organ, tho wbo-MTri- The steamer Alaska recently sailed froaa New York for Liverpool carryJDg 300 saloon passengers, which is the largest Dumber ever taken out at one vessel. time by any ocean-goi- ng Tho Drover's Journal has recoived reports in detail from tho ranging re gions of Colorado, Kansas, Texas, Nebraska, Idaho, Wyoming, Indian Montana and Novada, Territory, which shows the range cattle business to lw in a very thrifty. condition. The . percentage of loss In all tho States aud A Cleveland factorf employing 1500 Territories will rango from ono to RICHMOND Oiutk a 9cciio occurred iu a Lex girls, aunouncod that the bangs must ington restnurnnt lately. A gentle- twenty per cent., or a genoral averago go or tho girls. The girls informed rd per cont. man was sitting with somo ladies at a of threo and tho proprietors that tho bangs should tnlilo taking supper, whon a fashionadiscussion iu tho South go and tho girls with them. Tiik recent I I hate reiitlr ornM In Itlchiuoiid a larxe anj bly drc.ed lady walked in and espy- has mado It quite plain that no "frco flanlnit Mill, and am prrperrJ to furuUh Statistics place the number of Bap- coni'll'ml ing her husband (for so it proved to trader," er erf "r can be elected tho world at 2,500,000, iu the Tn1 5), . bo) asked him facetiously If that was Speaker of tho Houso or President of tists in States at 2.000.000. of BUILDERS' MATERIAL ! United tho lodgo, and if thoso wcro the wid tho United States. Tho South is not churches 13,400, with 8,000 preach-erIXCLUDIXU ows und orphans under his special hankering for British free trade just IIo was conducted homo in now. FleerlH. HHthcrbeHrliHffi care. . Memphis Avalanche, of It is said that p ! spitoofhis remonstrances, where wo Meei-H- , ShhU, HIlHtlH, LatkH, membership of the Methodist church, will be the Sand in JtoABTiNO.-- rlt w . may imagino tho domestic little scene MeiilttlHKM, NtHlr- Nhtu-l- f. North, 1,553,337 out of 1,801,854, take no found a' very inco way In n which ensued. Midway Clipper. interest in the benevolent enterprises of o. cbeatnuts or sweet potatoes to have a wnyM, Nice lot of Horses anil Fine Turnouts. Tho Garfield Monument Committee pan of hut sand iu which to placo their church; 875,320 never .lie and COt. 007 aire an arenas of only ten As I sail at prloas such aa the abore articles ran be sonable. of the Society of tho Army of the them. I'ut them in a hot oven and cents. Old I'ath Guide. boors t In LoulnlUe, Clnclenall.or otbar vbole-aal- e bouses, 1 ant sure t can make it to joui Cumberland, havo selected Mr. J. Q. tboy will roast ovenly without burn boms InaUtuUoni. 1 am Catarrh ia the seed of consumption, and to . a A. Ward, of New York, to design in.:-unleae taken in time la a very dangerous aiso practical and complete the monument at a cost Attorney General Urowster has de- dlseaae. llall'a Catarrh Cure never falls Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. Sold br Peeajr A not to exceed. (50,000. cided that the title of tho Arlington to cure. Price 75c And am rsiarsl to furnish dtalgns and estimates ..r l.illl.tllean.l ll klUilflOr Scroti WGfk. FnuiT Stainb. The fumes of a property, uow used as a national ceru- -' Tblt f am dolof DO small bualneaa, can be JuJf-e- d One of our beet cttltena would say to the from the fact that mj bank account runa from finger etery, U clear, and that the 9100,000 publio that he has tried Hall's Catarrh Cute sulphur match held under the And caa supply it la any quantity. tl.6oa to li.o0 per wak. after hulling or picking strawberries, appropriated by Congress can be paid and it Is all that is claimed for It. Fries Mr(XmtrxctlBt and building done prompt! and at log prloas. Address A. will instantly remove the stains. 76o per bottle. to tho heirs. Last-Waslilng 144-one-thi- It's though to be perfectly legiti mate to "shoot folly as it flies," hut LUMBER OP ALL KINDS. then what is the use of fooling with the littlo that flics and having no remAn ..na wliMnp tu bur Lumbar for boxing. up anr nnriinl ran edy against that which goes afoot, in fenHnif at our will on the II1ATO moot bf KatUUic umber farm, about two It of na Bowling mile from (ran Urchard. shoos two sizes too small? CO, MKI.VIN Ill Green Gazette. Tho unwritten law which pronouncATTENTION, LADIES! ed Mrs. Thompson a harlot and Misa Made Easy! Jessio Buckner a saint ought to bo round at ay the formally enacted into statutory form, New American Washing Machine Louis-viil- o then hung up in a frarao. Fur aale bj JAMKH E. t'UOlV, t liu.na Vina, Uamrd Countr, Ky. Commercial. CLOTHIWC! -- I3iT- ABUNDANCE I ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT! Correct Styles aud Lov Prices. PLANING MILLS! BRUCE, s. wlEN & GO. . ;Viryi malefFeefl STABIilEII Kates reaI aha deal la twelre-thlrteenl- an-thi- ARCHITECT, 100.000 POUtfBS wo at COAL.! T. NIJIVNEIiliEY, NtMHforl,Ky. "m. fa.ss ii J- -' m'ff : t1 FTTf n mrmmmmmmmmmmmmmm& .'."I1.!.1. . JU'UL""?" -- L...!i.IlI"U11 M OUR NEXT GOVERNOR. y hi i t: ( i " or federal appointments. Bnow U reported throughout Wlseon- Returning from Louisville on IrJ-dasln'aml Mlchifwi. had tho pleasure of being last wo voted Saturday to Issue STANB'OED, 3CST. Hon. J. Proca oi I r cent, bonds to ralce money for street construction. May 22, 1883 tor Knott, our next Governor, as far Taeaday Morning, Hourbon county voted to subscribe as Lebanon. Ho was suffering with a $100,000 to the projected Paris, Frankfort EDITOR Mvcre cough, the result of a cold W. P. WALTON, M K (ieorgetown Itallroid. contracted during his canvass, but he Jmlge II. V. iluckner, of the Lexingalwas aa affable and as courteous as VKHOCKATIC TICKET. ton Circuit, will realgn because he can't I ways, and replied good Mturcdly to JBPl TSTTstl . afford to work for $2,400 a year. J A-- FMOOTJHI1W, f the' thousand ami om congratulations Col. Ingersoll, who has been speaking UQHTjSmocton kxottA e of "friends all along the road. During t rtr Mun r"i j week, thinks the for a care will be given to the jury the first week In June. a somowhat lengthy conversation with ro. of Jai-pe- r Capt. J. W. Urame, him, ho expressed himself as very CAPT. JAMRS R, llt.WNAX, county, was shot and killed by Dr. J. Of Adair. of his much gratified over tho result W, Uyrd In a street duel A Knlerprlae, race and said it would bo his earnest It ATTOKNKT nSKttlt, Mlialsslppl, r. in hard,', Itev. If. I), Boude, ol Independence, endeavor to promote ovcry material Tho steamer Qrantte State burned In OfMcrcsr. interest of tho State and thus placo Long Island Sound and five lives were lost. Mo., a delegate to the General Assembly - AT The boat was worth $55,000 and she had a now In session at Lexington, was In Dan her in that rank, which her position rot auditor, , . villn Sunday, the guest of Mr. and Mrs, vtrrjraflflH'jrrri large cargo. and resources entitle her to. 7 OfUaniln.. The giant who Is being exhibited with W. G. Duniap. Mr. llruile is a graduate In regard to tho report that ho wishof Centre College, of the clars of 1857, and Btrnum's circus turns out to be a runaway roa Timi'iii:, ed the office Of Governor merely as a few ' Miirj tr. anns; fmm Owen county, Ky. lie has ac- alio of Theological Seminary here a slave years latet. lie was President of Austin stepping atono to tho U. S. Scnato, OfFnnklln. cumulated $100,000. ho 'said that ho had no such idea. Jcrro Dunn, who killed Jim Kltiott, College at Sherman, Texas, when Mr. and FOItro aroisria or lixd orrirK, wished to bo a candidate he the prize fighter, at Chicago, has been ac- Mrs. Duniap resided at that place reverat JOMA O. CECIL, If he years sgo. Mr. Brtide preached at the 1st quitted. This trial occtslonrd almost as orrue.1 coM have dono so without the Govj, Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Mr. much tnteret as Phil Thompson's. ernorship, and with equally as much ro ritrmxtintiMtruw.io'ixirtcCTioii, gives us pleasure to announce J. II. Engleman, Judge T K Sumrall, Itnlwaya JOS. DRaHA'PICKRTT," show of election. Only two GovernMcCreary and Itev. John G Young the hanging of murderers and therefore Of Fayttt. were member of Mr. ifrude's claas at Cen- ors had ever been honored with that wo find gratification In saying that two College. FOaRKratjiaTlTIVl LINCOLN COC1ITT, office in the history of the Stato. "No, were "jerked to Jesns" in the United Slates tie JVDOB T. P. HILL, JR. 5(.iJ jW Ultxter J.wndl Kridiy- sir," eaid ho, "in accepting tho nom Delegates flora Such ai Oliver Plofri, Melklo and Avery Double Shovel, and tho Brlnkley DAMVitxr, May 21 Susie Hawklns,of Lawrcnceburg.Obe-camenodeperat- e ination given mo I feel that I have e Turning and Single and Double Shovel and Harrow combined. each of the Magisterial districts of I lie THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. over her father's cruelty entered into a contract with the peoNo farmer ihould be without it. to day and county, met at the t'ourt-hoiiclosthat she committed suicide. The Inhuman Our report of the Convention ple of the Stato to servo them four C. It. Anderson as demoparent was tarred and feathered, nnd driv- nominated Mr. ed with the third ballot for Lieuten- years in that capacity. Of course I do cratic candidate for representative of Boyle en from Ike town, which is the fourth place ant Governor, owing to the fact not say that I wish my political life county in the next Legislature. Bruce d. driven Iroui. he has Harlan sold tn J It Mauty, of that our telegraph office closed at 9 r. to end with the Governors office, but The Chicago paper are savagely comblood-bagelding, M. and tho nomination was not made will always stand ready in the future menting on the trial of Jere Dunn, The Philadelphia, their One D. J. Gregory, for $1,000. A. A. till 11.30 Thursday night, when on as I have in tho past to servo tho peo-placcomplished avaialn was tendered a clisnipigne supper after the verdict. He the Cth ballot Capt. James R. Hind-main any placo to which their preferaunned the crowd by knocking down a who was so gracefully put in ence may call me. But that report" man who offered to congratulate him. nomination by Judge M. C. Saufley, he continued, "was in Keeping with And llio Host lMimii in Tho Market, Hie Mnyflcld DEPARTMENT. The distilleries of IX L Mills & Co. was declared the nominee. Col. E. the many other falsehoods started on Elovntor. New Hope Distilling Co. wete de. and the lt01X Jt. WEtTl', x:.iitoi-Polk Johnson, although not.n candid- manuring tho canvass. Why it was stroyed by fire at New Hope Ssturday. LANCASTER. Tho unrivaled Jowol Rango Cook Stovos, StopStovos, Tin ate received the very complimentary charged that I was an habitual drunkTwo warehouses containing over $500,000 Itev. E Forman, of Itichmond, preachwaro, Bird Cages, Barbed and Annoalod Wiro, whisky took fire but were saved. ed worth of vote of 132. Tho Convention Jben ard and that at New Castle, I was so at the Presbyterian church Sunday We aro glad to know that Col The loss will reach partly insured. morning and night. Lime, Salt, Cement, Flatter Paris, &c. A general stock of Groceries, till 9.30 A. M. Friday. P. intoxicated that after making a miseraadjourned "If vouwant to break a man from snor The Grand Cammtndery of Knights wooaen, unina ana uiatiware. for At- ble exhibition ot myself on the speak- Jones accepts tho result of tho W. Hardin was ing "Wm. you bed-convention in n manly manner and Templar, which met at Louisville last strau ana Christopheratsays, buyI), a mattress tleorge torney General 0verR. A. "Jones' on er's stand, I bad to be carried to my llnnutt without a word of reproach for any week, elected E. S. Hall, of Louisville, A Co.'s" the Brsf ballot, tho vote steading 480$ hotel and put to bed. Of course eveRight Eminent Grand Commander. Dr. The hearts of the farmers were made body. Ho certainly is tho last man Lancing Harrows, of Lexington, Grand glsd by a good rain which commenced to 248$. There was no opposition to' ry word of this was a lie, manufacthat should find fault with tho action Prelate and Henry S.Sandifer, of Danville, about 1 o'clock Sunday morning and con-ti- n James W. Tate for Treasurer; nor to tured out of whole cloth, for I had ued until this morning. the Chairman ot the convention, Grand Senior Warden. The delegates to the Louisville ConFayette Hewett for Auditor, and they not taken a drink that day. I do not of when he and Knott combined their Another terrible cyclone is reported In vention all returned home Friday and Satwere both renominated by acclama- drink whisky for fun, and only take forces to elect him and defeat Colonel the Northwest; at Marine, Wis , over 100 urday evening. They report that the beat In order to et rontrel of the hcU snl most popular line ct AfH.ullural lplia,nl, srj rituiiri tion. Col. Thomas L. Jones was then it when I think my physical condition pun huo aui IioiiFCJ were demolished, people of feeling prevailed during the entire ses- Vehlelw. andsUolnorJfr la enaUs me to rtial.llslinlIn tiranrhqntutuifa aa U ,4.ula lli Isrrnl ills. War llunms ami Apcli at lluilentlU raumasitil kiwwt ratnsffrrlshl, t bate and he made a speech demands it. On my honor as a gen Walton, who was the choico of both killed nnd over 100 wounded. In Illlnol sion. introduced Lancaster an.l IlltliiuooJ, ami umlrr this arrancrairnl, wnfotl surr wursuoO.r Ibt J ariurra A tenant house owned by Ike Philips, tho Buckuer and tho Oirsley men. which won the respect even of his bit- tleman, I did not drink during my the damage was very great to property and wis burned to the ground Stturdty mornMany Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. Knott's managers wero the shrewdest the Ion of life large. Sixty-thre- e ing. The house was situa'eil between persons terest opponents, showing as it did whole canvass enough to fill an ordi1 krpoa Ititvlt at nil time IUfcMi Ur(iurk of twj Mtr town and Duncantown. and win occupied and the Jonc3 men who wero ready to were killed and more than 200 wounded. that he is a man every inch of him. nary tumbler. Yes, they had it too, by several colored families. A negro named Duniap, aged seventy- for him, should not, and do any thing for Mt. Itev. It It. Noel left .aaHaZSIaaaaiafllsjBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW Among other timely and well chosen that Judge Hargu, Beck and myself five, was nearly beheaded by Pat Haley, a Sterling, to attend the General Associawo are glad to know do not, pout remarks? h said: had formed a syndicate to got all tho white boy, at Memphis Sunday. Duniap tion of Kentucky Baptists. Itev. George they were As for mjselfl'inake noi complaint; had reported Haley to 1114 father for some W. Duniap and wife are visiting their old good offices in sight, when tho fact is, ' Y A jf Vai afl home. Mr. Duniap will preach at the X. whitfeTer.I'ara too old a' soldier to none is claimed by tho opponents of misdeed and had been whipped. The boy Methodist chinch Tuesday night. with It I have but slight acquaintance be disappointed, or to repine at tho remit tho "tariff for rovonuo only" doctrine met the negro afterward and, engaging in Paint Lick. of any political convention. If there be a Judge Hargis, having met him only a quarrel with him, killed him with a We had a nice rain Sunday which was suipicion that I would, in the remotest on two occasions and then for a very that Henry Wattorson was defeated butcher-knifvery acceptable to the farmers; they had contingency 'deviate one hslr's breadth short tirao, and I really do not know in his attempt to get tho convention Henry Fleming, who was hung for already beuun to complain. from"a"(rafghtforward .march in the to adopt his pet phrase. This is alto murder at Piltaborro, Mi , objected to dy to thh day, who was his preference for Mr. A. B. Eley will have peache ripe of taj party, or its great principles, The resolutions ing a dog's death on the gallows, and before by the 10th of next month, lie will have let it be at once and forever dismissed Governor. Judging however, from gether gratuitous. all sorts of vegetables in a short time. from the human breast? No; rather with the way his section instructed, I would reaffirm thoso of the National Con he was pinioned cut his throat terribly The livery stable of Mr. J. B Arnold the devotion of true knighthood, think he was a Jones man. Then I ventions of '76 and '80, which ex- with ii small pocket knife. The noose was, is nearing completion. He will soon be "Through the furnace unshrinking the atpa I however adjusted over tie gaping wound ready to accommodate the traveling pub ? . ' pnrsos. was charged at Lexington with de- pressly declare for a "tariff for ro ve'.'And ableldthte and aaTetbe; or perUU there and he died, according to the law'a decree, lie with nice turnouts. Hands are at work drawing spikes slid too," feating Joe Blackburn's bill to erect a nue." Mr. Wattefson's speech before at the end of a rope. making preparations generally for the rof. J. Desha Pickett was easily re- public building in that city, when the the convention in which he advocated Charles R. Chalmers has call changing of the gauge of this road. We General nominated over Edgar, Smith and ,fact is no such bill was ever before that plank of our platform, was re ed editor M. C. Galloway, of the Memphis will soon have through trains running to Taylor for Superintendent of Pablia the House. Mr. Blackburn did in- ceived with too much applauso to Apptal, "a falsifier, a coward, a liar and a Cincinnati.McClure sold to Geo. D. Wear-eChris Instruction, receiving moro votes' on troduce bills for buildings at Frank- leave a doubt that the body was not literary thief." Mr. Galloway supplement iMr.sy4Mtv " ,r-- iiS- - f of Stanford, 138 bushel of wheat at -u V 1, ,'V- combin- fort and Lexington, but as they are in full sympathy with him and bis ed that in his Appall with the informa $1 05 per bushel. Wm. Sillanian, of) Danthe first ballot than all of them tion that Gen. Chalmers is "a diity ville, bas bought and shipped from this Register o. the Land Office only 25 miles apart, tho latter was theme. ed. For IVrkoiim, I,og WagesiM, beast, a beggar, a zlanderer, a traitor, a place, several thousand iiounds of wool, for IIurrIch, cnrrlHRCM, Spring Whkoiih, I'nrui five men were put in nomination and never reported to Congress. ' I was A. B. Smith, who professed to be- coward and a liar." It is predicted that it which he paid 20 and 25o per pound. Mr. W. A. Anderson, John Paiks, the first ballot resulted as f oIIowe: also charged with defeating a bill to lieve that he bad the Lieutenant Gov- will not end In words. n Willis Adams, Nath Shumate, It. II. Wholj rmrnber ot, toIo cat ..T..14.2 make another U. S. district in Ken- ernorship in a Bling, Avas not even Daniel Cur ley, the second man convict and Tyree Best went to Kockcastle last Z .. CcrUt -. ..... the Phwnix Park week on a fishing tour. D. G. Slaughter, S.i...r.W3S tucky with Lexington as tho placo for put in nomination before the conven- ed of participation in 8heIJoa" went to Livingston and little 172 ESjtH4hfcW4fBW'4 ''. V? r WSSJ .rfl SHI murders, was hanged Friday morning in Friday to son, Jiminie, f begone seveial days. They will To that 1 very tion. He had a row with his own holding Court. nA Uarriaon,MM Kilmalnham Jail. There were about 1,000 try their hands in the piscatorial art while "28" proudly plead guilty. The report of county delegation in regard to their people outside the walls. In a letter to hi there. Mim Maggie Adam, a little beauty TiJere were only 'fwolaea balloted tho Attorney General showed that the vote for Governor, and fearing that wife, Cnrley said: "I will take my secret from Mt. Vernon, is the guest of Mrs. Wilfor on the second round'aad the result Judges already in Kentucky were oc- they would go back on him at the to the grave with me, and leave those who lis Adsms. A certain dry goods clerk ha a broad grin on his face. Mr. James I a fc. .T was of tho are at freedom to enjoy it. I will die in McKinney, of Itichmond, dropped in to cupied less than a third of their time, critical moment, tho H4 ra -. CeclU.. see us Saturday. the demand Stato Grange retired ingloriously peace, forgiving my enemien." and I hardly thought-tha- t -- 5M Corbett, The nomination was then made for another was great enough to occa- from the field and left at once for BOYLE COUNTY. LASCASTEH AUTLUTISKMK!lTS. unanimous and the Convention after a sion the expense to bo incurred. Tho home.. Perhaps, jt was bet fo hjrn D ant Hie. Hind-m- an B. PTWALTEH. was Tho splendid three dayswork sojourned Judge of such n court would hold his that bo did. The peculiar and hitherto unpopular tinexe. The LfoeeTaf delegatioavot"-e-d ottice for Jtlej'tnen tnero wouia no destined from tho first tojjeqprap the Ideas of the Shakers seem to be gaining HUKOEON DUNTIHT, LANCA8TEU, KV. ground In Danville, no marriage license OOce of f r Cllltena National Dank. Office hours for Cecil on the last ballot, which Marshals and other officials to draw headman. ItallroaJ Carta, tirtpwa, Mswere, Hay ItaV'a, Oraln Prills, tlruaJcut Smlrra, Kalasy Harrow,, fulksf having been Issued by the County Clerk from 8 to 12 a. u. ami from to t p. u. was thecorrpet thlsg; xThe meentaina tbe public money and give no return flows, Walking ami Wdln Cultlratora, Crn Drills, Corn I'lantcrs, VwJ Cutlers. Corn Batlltn, farm, Lydia. Pinkham, a cat of whuso slnce the 25th bf April. BAM M. HUItDETT. era Rollers, ami mutj otlier lUms, had been ignered aad tie Mfall crumb save to aid ia extending the politics pleasant faco has adorned tho columns Tho will of Benjamin Smith, dee'd., ATTOtlNEY A.t r.AV. LANCABTF.lt, KY. of Register was little enough to threw of the party in power. A court at of every paper in tho land, died Fri- wan admitted to record on Monday. His Will practice In (larrarJ an J a ijulnlnir counties l3l-lto them. With jm 'or two" excep- Cgvingtoq and another at Frankfort, day, She whs tho discoverer of a sin, Frank M. Smith, qualified aa adm'r. anl Uuurtot Append. tions the ticket is just to our idea and each in about a stone's throw of Lex- medicine, which sho had patented and with the will annexed. The deceased was II. C. KAUfFMAN, father-in-laof Mr, P. T, Gentry, of we believe that take all together it is ington wero deemed sufficient, and I which sho spent 8180,000 a year in the A'lTOUNBY At I..A.AV, LANCASTEK.&Y. this county, best that could have been selected. It did under the circumstances use my advertising. It is a matter of doubt Muter Circuit The meeting heretofore in progreM at practiceCouiiulislonerOarnrJ(larrant anCourt. Will In all the Court of from one eed to best influence to defeat the bill." will sweep the Stjte whether her death was caused by ta- the M. K. Church, South, under the con counties anil la the Court of Appeal. J ailjolnlnf the otherjn August Flowing are ' Re&rriog'to the charges of bribery king a dose of her own physio or tho duct of Itev. H.C.Morrison, of Stanford, the resolutions adopted oy the Con- of delegates, Mr. Knott positively news that Craddockf to whopi she, closed Sunday night. There were 20 addi vention: disavowed any knowledge of it, and was engaged, had becomo enamored tions, 18 by profession of faith, mid two Bttotvtd? That the,, democracy, uf Ken- declared that his conscience would not of one of tho big legged beauties of by letter. The baptism ceremonies were tucky, la CoBTcatloa aMesabled, reaffirm Co, whilo in Louis- held at the conclusion of the Sunday tho Kentz-Santl- oy our unaltered coafidecee in and affection let him obtain n nomination by such ville attending tho convention. morning tervlcea. policy embodied In means. Sorao of his ardent support for the principles and Iain alw'rfrnt to lurnlih irlf an.l MllmalMot all klmlaof Cnilnes, Saw Mill, Thrashing Ma. Jno. 1j. Spears, auctioneer, sold of the democratic party the organic lair chines, 11, j 1'rritts, Btraw Ulackrra, Wind MIHa, Moras Powirs.anJ Tsrlout'olhtr kinds ol machlnary. Now York Sun is rather hard for A. G. Talbott, adm'r. of M. E. Talbott, The adopted at the National Democratic Con- ers may havo inado promises but it U!iJ vention held at Bt. Louis in 1870, and rati- was without hjs knowledge or consent on tho Rev. T. DeWitt Taltnage. He dee'd., -- 0 shares of Central National Bank I'artlra In want of an goods In us lino will remarked in a recent sermon that Mr. stock to B. J. Durham, at $200 per share; fied at Cincinnati in 1880. 2d. That, believing the highest security "I would not, and could not buy a Tildcn is one of the candidates for tho loots nothing by sttlug rus Wlore un hsslng of a ijonular tovenment depends on the in- - delegato if Conventions wero selling Presidency, whereupon thnt paper also six shares of Northern Bank of Ken tucky stock to J. W. Yerkcs, at $113; also telllgweeef tbejopIe,,we declare It to be he emphatically as- says: "Now, this is a falsehood on 20 share of Farmers National Bank stock the duty of tko IgftUtwe of the Common, at $1.50 a piece," the part of Mr. Talmago. Iu saying to Jerry O. Caldwell at $137 per share. wealth o foster a wfaf Mid efficient sys- serted.. As .to his probable majority, as truo that which ho does r tem ef ptiMte'schools, ' ho thought it would depend' considera- it he alleges Mr. A. P. Bruce, of the firm of Bruce 3d, That qur laws in relation to the rev not know to bo true, and that which, enue and taxation sliotilil be so iramtu aa bly on the interest that was gotten up in fact, is not true. To put it quite & Harlan, will leave for Cincinnati, on Tuesday, where Sanford Keith will trot on to secure equality in the rate of assessment), iu the race, but judged it would bo plainly, Mr. Tnlmago lies." as nearly aa possible, and to insure the colWednesday. Keith was not In condition lection of revenue In the most convenient, fully 50,000. Mr. Knott is an enterThe daily nowspapcrs report that at Mayivillo last Thursday, which fact TW taMU.V Inexpensive manner. Is in taining conversationalist, and when the jury returned thoir verdict alone accounts for his failure todistingiiiah 4th. That a convention to amend our every sense a most polished gentlo-man- . of "not guilty" in the Thompson tri hiuuelf. After leaving Cincinnati the Kalauuina Spring Tooth Harrow. present State Constitution bould be call, I He will give dignity to tho of- al, "old PJiil Thompson fell across horse will next appear at Dayton, Ohio, I aUi lunJIti Uratnand fU.Uol all klmls; aim 'kMft ed, as noon aa practicable ujuler the ItorBis "rSw-,TXMLsaM of law, In order to bring our Constitution fice of Governor and restore tho con- tho table, and clapping Overtlreet's Thursday week. ' 'V!&Sj4nMMaV Hay and Wool. in a line with the progress of the age. hand, said, in a loud voice, "Thank The hotel and cottages at Alumfprlngs iMollDtBulksy I'low We favor the development of the resour- fidence and good feeling of the people is pro- In this county, wero destroyed by fire y ces of the Bute by friendly legislation, in- for tho Chief Executive His nomi- Godl tho virtuoof.our wives tected." Now wasn't that just too viting capital and immigration from night. The fire was accidental and nation was not on account of any sil- utterly too too tragic as tho climax of originated in the kitchen about 10 o'clock. abroad. Iu LancaHU'r h( the We send words of cheer and congratulaly sentiment but a just reward to a tho grandest legal larce oi ttie ager Nearly everything was destroyed, as the mi:i:N' wu.iaamh, tion to the democracy of the Union, on the magnifies prospect of victory In, the naxt gautle'mau who has Bcrved uis people Managsra Uualaailll Dtpol The headquarters of the State Con building were frame, and no help was "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," PresldMfMl eJssXio, and we aaeuM thetu faHhfully and well. Laying aside tral Comtaitteo has beeu changed Jo near at hand. The loss was about $10,000, that,' a heretofore; the old guard of the preference, wo believe hefs the Frankfort, and Col. J.'Btoddaru John- - the Insurance $5,000. Mr. Maxwell, the Commonwealth will be a( the front of the former W. Ii. 'lVlTIUUtN, LAHCAUTKK, KV. ino owner, will rebuild as soon as possible, but battle for the fight for the good of the whole best man for the position, his Nation sou lias beeu made unairman. Maaagtr lanraitsr Pspol; al, reputation giving him at ouce now committee is an improvomont on I cannot do so In time for the business of this people of our Itepuulic. prestige and confidence. the oldonoaml tue return ot its nicot reason. Al the time of the Ore every room The republican convention will meet la the home and all the cottages were en- GEO.D.BUItDETT&CO., is and nominate a The periodical announcement that Un ine place to Frankfort hailed with ia Lexlaaton ii. winitEiv, Louiavillo is too corrupt to gaged by persona who designed spending tutu. la again delight. Hjiti,.Vt mmilru recommendation cle 6am Tllden Is Iu robust health tlornl'UrjUr iVoprUtoia Manager Klctusond f."" the summer there. run tho politics of the State. WJ' -- - tur?T.-i6via- o n .Pint. Thompson told nn Unquitcr ...., ire .. i -- .. mai rejwricr .i no wousa prooaoiy i.. u can'didato for CongrcS at the next election and that ho believed his friends would rally stronger thin ever to his support. If wo aro to judgo by tho sentiment of tho people ot this tcctioD, ho had better giro out tho idea of seeking further political lion ors. A good many democrats swal lowed him with great rclurtanco In his former races becauso of tho part ho took in tho Daviess affair, when tho Thompsons killed thrco men in Court of justice, and now when ho has again taken tho law in his own hands, they will refueo further to of fer a premium for murder and law lessness. There nro too many deserving men in this district, better qualifi cd in overy respect to represent it than Mr. Thompson, who havo n6ver had need to go through tho whitewash iug Courts, and thoy must represent us hereafter. Gov. Blackburn was heard to ro mark after tho cruel manner in which ho was snubbed by the convention, that thero are better men in the pen itentiary than many of tho delegates and that ho would go back to Frank fort and pardon them so that the State could bo properly represented in tho next convention. Perhaps if ho docs so ho can get an endorsement of his administration, but thero aro bono so low outsido of tho prison aa to do him reverenco now. Tho office of Governor hns gotten to a very low point, when its iucumbcut is treated with such great disresrect ns Blackburn was and wo need a gentleman like Proctor Knott, who can deserve and command respect, to restore it to its former dignity. . NOTES Of CURRENT EVENTS, ' Star-rout- Mr. Wm. i. itolion, of the bouae ol MrCord A Aydelott, of Louisville, rays the IxTicntoR Journal Is the bet country paper In the State. Mr. Bohnn knows whereof he apeak as he Is a constant traveler and hears the people talk. He Is moreover, a true representative of that class of which there are so many miserable counterfeits, via: gentlemen. Dr. Tho. K. Smith, the Baltimore physlclsn whose location in Danville was noted several weeks ago, has at lat rrcelv ed his oluce furniture and I now occupy ing the suite of rooms formerly occupied by Dr. D.C Tucker, on the South side of Main street. Through the rarelrssness or negligence of the railroad Dr. Smith's furniture has been on the rorfd for about stx weeks. H. G. RUPLEY, i:kcjiant taixoic, Stanford, Kentucky, HEADQUARTERS -- W. H. HIGGINS Farming Implements, one-hon- P Sholf Hardware, Iron, Spokes, Horse Shoo Nails, ttuggy Shafts; e Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking1 Valley Corn Shellers, b.-r- Evans9 Corn Brills, Hand Corn v Garrard County Planters, T ATTENTION. FfillffiS: 20-od- d U tr y -- sup-po- rt f n, -- 3- Bat-so- t- rrf .1 I- Bt-- er 1 jr , Landrctli's ! Seeds lea In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of FURNITURE i' mte.TJ' T J I'rI-da- GEORGE D. WEiiRErtf, Stanford. XjjiJC .. ...I.- a HSjjEL -, i. Pt ' a... .qui an 'I, .).'' . IMim SLM- t- i - " a HlXTYl)AYn! MARRIAOCS. H. 3 Icr. CrtEAM at all hours at 8 Myers'. sa?Lir3roiir), icy. TnosJay Mornlnff, - - May 22, 1883 . Nr.W potatoes and fresh Tegelahtea at C. IlrlghlV II. Ir too want the bent super carpets go (o J. W. HaydenV. two-pl- wool A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 . Mail Train, Dai. Pimm Stanford going North ... t; II. C. Hun.RV aaya ho la rery much Accommodation, Dalit ticepl Sunday. crowded, but will ba readf for new 2.1 A. u. . Uavre gtanford going North ..,. In alont two week. 8 M P. ar. Koulh " I HAVK a recond'hand e Mouth.. . 2 IS 00 F. r. M. M, Fort 8amc A handsome residence. Will aell very cheap. W. Craig, 8tanford. Wren and MM Mary Crabtree, both of Ihla county, were married on the 17lh. The marriage of Mlaa Rmlly Ritchie, at Frederick City, Md , Thuraday, wa the Brat break Inn family of aixteen daughter, all of whom are beautiful, refined and cultured. Their father, Judge Ritchie, wt formerly a Congrcaatnan, and ia a man ol ability and wealth. -- Mr. Ill u ford h Jeuoious. Dr. meeting at Lawrenceburg y. .a ft J. Syracuse, N. Y. Attorncry A.X, Xjtiinr, And M alter Commissioner Itockcastls Circuit Court Iter. A. F. Biker ha organlted a new Ml. VKRNON, KY. A rHagg's. Will prattles In lha IlocksMtla Courts. CollecAt.l, the new ahadea in gooda Baptlat church nt Citlellabdrg, with twtn Am. Ihe color of Diamond Dpsj at tions a apMlalty. Office In IM and in cheaper gooda, with trimmlnga to member. A Burr's. IiKH T. HUFFMAN. Mrs. Ann Eliza Young, the IPlh wife Haa Hon Cholera V.ate. Penny match, can lie found - at J. W. Hayden'a Jm A .McAlister sole sgents, HTANFOni), K.Y. of the late Brlgham Young, waa married OOrsrSoutn tlda Mstn Html, two doors abort Brad Allhrlght A Oreen't advertisement at Lodi, WATtium, Clock" snd Jewelry repaired Ounday, to W. It. Flemming. thsMren Hoist. kif Ihe Decrlug Twine Binder, which I one Purs Nitrous Uald Oss administered whan reml warranted by Penny A McAlister. women muai do scarce in inai section. quired. Oct your Hol Water, Ice cold snd of the very belt machine of the kind on JOHN J. KSOX, Next year, 1681, will be the centennial a Comptroller of the Currency. jm re, from the new fountain of Penny A the market. No. 2,117. of American Melhodlam, which Wa really McAlister. Bluo-Gra- ss For Salol Botifjunra Mlaa Boao Btcharda will introduced In 17CC, but in 1781 the Metho ALii nol and accounti due the firm of take order now for bonqueta for dist Hpiicopal Church wta organlted and J. If. A 84 H. Shanks not rattled by June I ofbr for rale, privately, ray farm of 175 Airs Call and examine her beau- the united aocietic will celebrate the event l&tli, 1883Xjvill be placed In the hands of of extsllrnl land, with a lirgs brick snd irainv reiiafnco comDineo, or ten rooms, wiinm a an ofllcer. IB. II; Shank. tiful floral detlgna, The General Assembly of the Preaby-If- f mlltcfllie new Stanford A iTeachersTlU Pike. New orchsrd, rrrah and medical water In abunion Church, South, opened at Lexington PERSONAL. I! I l.l, Dunn ro AH, charged 'with aeduclng Including a neat dance with 120 dclegalea rratnt. iter. Theo- tenint housa, Jn tran, 80J acres, and balane tiltdt a ild murdering Nannie Bryant, waa' held at VI, U. McKltlMKT la lable. Timber abuDjant. Church and sTAJvronu, dorirk I'rynr, I). I) , of Virginia, wat cho.-e- n sear by, and Ihs neighborhood nsaxeslled. Ml. Vernon without hall and thread beII. Ilrlght. Ills Del o (ten that each a desirable form u tor as I. Moderator by acclamation. The next Dealer In Tills perfect. Addrtii uis st Hlinford, Ky.,or ing madrnf lynching him, he waa brought H.MUIU.C .,tllrUIIANnn. J, tussling will be at Virkabtirg in May, '81. call on ins at the farm. here Haturday fur aafe keeping. of I lie I'. C. were in town Ust week. tf MKS. HARA1I COOK. After two month' membership Injhe Mn. tl. K. Ourrsr, of Osrnslioro, i CHAnOncilARD,May 21. (By Telegraph) Christian church, Gen Abe Buford ha. Mr. I). W. Vande-lee- r. l.lloi Ms unln-Uw- , severed hi. coniicctiun with that denoinl-nalioWin. Bcnge, of Garrard. county, waa winli-and w. on Sundiy laitconfirmcl fnim Ida horae nn the pike near Mr. Mb. Waltm KnMioTnN and wirE,of QUEEN8WARE, aa a memterof the Episcopal church, lie Crab Orchard, are Tl'ltin; at Mr. James Wm. While' mill and drowned JHItS. KATC DUDDEItAIi, told Bishop Dudley that the follower of Body not recovered yet. Jno. Kdmliton. lagan's. Lancaster street, SUnlorJ, Ky., Alexander Campbell had too much water CUrr. LiejWKrHrEVr.NoN Ins reHaaon hand and Is dally receiving a new and ia open at all hour The telephone olEce on their route to suit him. turned from a weelc'a run on I In Cumberbeautiful ling ol Millinery Goods of crery descripduring the week, but on Hundaya only at tion, which ih will sell at Ihs lowest possible Yeatcrday' Oiiirirr-Jbuncontained land A Ohio Ilranch. mariln. Thanhlul for pail pstrontKC, she asks a e 10 a. M. and I r. M. Pctaoni having Ihe sermon of Rev. C. II. Spurgeon, delivcontinuance, knowing that aba can plsax the most Mn. P, II. Inot. of Iho Singer Berln lutldlous. for Huatonville, McKinney, Ml. ered in London, Koglind, Sunday mornMcI.Ido Co, liu been promoted to roana-ga- r Mrs. Mollis Myers e an be foutd, as uausl, at lha KJ-or Morelan'd will ileatt make a note ing and specially cabled to It. it alio had bead of the Mantua Making Department, ready to of the Danrllle office. 140-serre those who msy call ou her. of ihla, Henry Ward Beecher'a and Tnlmige' Mu.,Col. ltuciiturrii, MIm l.ttlle The Monday C. J. in future will Til r. Henaforiil Conveiitlon meeta here to I.e ICoclieater. nod Mr. J. AMERICAN columns, the sermons of day to go through the form of nominating contain sixty-fou- r returned from Iexlngton yesterday. Will be permitted to serve L. I An demon, of the, lvuliable Lifo Ma). P. P. itlgncy. Aa the matter waa Mi- thia noted triumvirate forming a distinctten or fifteen approved mares st my stable i mile town and hi paid lled by the primaries two week ago, it ia ive feature. Aaiursnce Society, li in from Stanford on tha Knob Iom of fire thousand dollars on W 8. not likely that many delegate wilt put in Lick pike at Tiontitolcy. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. an appearance. Hocker. A Upon solicitation I have accented the azencr for Corn la worth $3 at Frankfort. (F $10 to Insure Mn. and Mm. A. W. CAitrENTER will Lincoln and Uarrard counties of this most praiseJohn nr.Kr.niCT and Lewi Roberta, John M. Hail told to II. N. Ware 10 worthy ani ps'fsctly reliable Institution, the Colt. entertain the acholara of McCormack'a object of the A. M. A. Society being "to provide who were bitten by mad doga a week ago, calve at $18 60. financial .id to the wlJowa, orphsna, heirs, Wednesday erentnif, beginning from the effect and arerufleringaeverely proprietor of the Lincoln Mills and aulgna of ltadtceased members." No ooe The ll DESCRIPTION AND l'nDIOnEB.-Da- ve at 7 o'clock. should hesitate to secure inembershlD. It will will be s Tears old the 20th or Msy, IS handa 1 hydrophobia ia threatened, although retort want to buy wheat. afford me pleasure lo give full inlormatlon to thoae Inch, blood bay with heavy mane and tall and will W'r. aiik indebted to Mr! Percy Koch desiring li and circulars showing the object ot ihs make when fully developed a magnificent horse. to a mad atone ha been had. It it a eingular A Warren county man sold G mill oocivij, oaursouaeoaicers,ac. Sired by TelegTam; he by Frank Wolford; he by iter, of Kansta City, for pipers of that city fact that both dogtdted almoat Immediate at $102 CO per head. V. It. ItOVUKSTEIt, Telegraph, (who was a brother to Kthsn Allen glying full accounts of the terrible cjclone ly after biting the men. KO Stanford, Ky. Lancet and btxkbrldse Chterjl be by Hill's Blsck of hog John M. Hall sold a Hawk, of Bridgeport, Vt.; bo by Hhermsn and he last week. of Trlcgram'a dam by Justin Morgan. in Cincinnati at $7.15. Thousands of grave are br Ih.crlzlnsl Boyd iucparr, McKinnet, May 21. (ByTelephone Mn. and Mil. Jamw II. Paxton u.u. u uaui u, vtiiip, annually robbed of their liV W.ir. Dave jr.; B. (1. Gover sold 100 mountain wetxanaera asm u a una oomoineu went to Lexington yesterday to attend the Kmrneraon Privett, who work at the devictims. Uvea prolonjcd, mare from Woodford county and ot unknown ped clipped, at 1 centa. happiness and health r- lirea now but I will he able to get It In a ihort pot here, fell between the car while nt her, General Auetubly of the Southern ested by uio of the great tine. At the Runnvmeda sale of thoroughtempting to get on a freight train thta eve church. K. It. CKOW, Stanford, Ky. GERMAN INVIGORATORl breds, near Lexington, 1!) colt brought Dn Francis S Head, of Illoomfield, ning, nnd had hi left arm maahed all to Which positively and permanently cures tinvv $10.IC0 (caused by ol any Ky, U here flslllnj relatives. He N an piece. It la thought that he ia alao injurr Wilfolic, cahnrmi, ilcrvx dlieavs kind,) follow a At the Cjuper ado of Jersey rattle In and all that li (If If uncle bf Mr. John Wain and it the oldeit ed Internally. T. J. Chrlateraon. sequence of ss loss ot energy, kaaol New York, oS aidmala brought $G9,C85. memory, universal lassitude, pain la the back, mm living, who was burn In HtanfnrJ. c dimness of vlaion, premature old Sj, and many Iain euch a filthy One cow sold for $5,000. The wa the old Shanka house, Will make the prttcnt seaother diseases thst lead lo consumption and a preIlia birth place e condiilon that many ladfra refute to at I WANT to buy two pilra son at my atahle, on the mature grave, awrrfend for clrculsrs with testiwhich formerly alooil on the site of the old bauvllle plko, 4 miles monials free by nail. The lSVlGOltATUIt tend the llaptlat aervlcea there for fear of work mules, 15) or 10 hand high, at once, la sold at box, or sis boxes for 13, by all from Lancaster, at SIC). Cbllitlan church Description Fancy Boy Is druggists, or will ba sent free by mall, securely poiling their dreaara, Mr. Caldwell tell and 10 or 12 milk cowa. J. H. Hughes. sealed, on receipt if price, by sddretslng arnihcginy bay. 7 yesrs L0CAL UATTERS. ua, however, that they ahall have thia aa . Tim W.IIiggin!ii 170 acre of grass old this Spring, IM hsnds ciiKxirr, IIS Adams street, Toledo,Oblo. high, sired by lnarsm's an rxciie no longer for ahe intend thia near Walnut Flat, which he will rent for Sole sgent for the United Slates. yr) Fancy Uny and he by the Hixty DathI . Ml Cabbie horse and haa prov week to have it acoured and ecrubbed out the balance of the year. Addrea him at en himaelf to be a good breeder. I will also slsnd LAtiira' linen dusters at K. 8. Lytle'n. from one end to the other. Stanford. . . .S. A Brcckenridgc county ahcep raiser Pagkaur coflee- IS cent per lb. at II. C. TllK Commencement Sermon of Stanford got 4S2 pound of wool from 42 sheep, the Bright'. Female College will be preached In the BEECUF.R. 8 years old August JO, 1SS3 1JJJ hsnds 17 jiounda. lie nign, nail Drotner to iriuce. w sis serve tnsrea at Punr. Clrrman millet seed fur sale by V. Opera Ifouae JuneTM, at 11 o'clock A. v., heaviest fleece weighing iototnsurss colt lour months old. J1MPOK- sold it at '..Sets. H.lllgglna. by Iter. Wm. F. Cawdcn, recently ol ron r.K, lack. H'i hsods and will B An Alderney cow belonging to W. to Insure a colt four montha old. serve m:rcs at Chria-t!a- n now paator of Main aireet rJTKAWiir.niilM by the gallon at 2 o'clk. All mares trad, d before tbe fact Is ascertained lor- Holderman, Talued at$7.i, dropped dead E. II. BURNSIDE, felte thesciuon. The progeny of all the above church, Lexington, Ky. The annual today at H. 8 Myers'. stuck will be responsible lor the season. Saturday- - He had her cut open and concert will be given on Wcdncaday night WM. IIUIIIILK. IlrtlNO ua your Irloti olsloe. We pay examined but could find no cause for her - Known This Old f following and on Thuraday night the res- audden death. or trede for them. II 0. Ilrlght. ah Hotel Still Maintains will occur. ular commencement exerclae NEW ADTKUTWEJIFSTR. The fly ia doing great damage to the High Boputation, Don't forget that you can buy good in We learn that there will be only two grad- wheat crop in thia county. The best farmAND quantity cheaper from ua than nnr houae uates, Mime J Br'tie and Mamie Bryant, the SUCCESS. er do not estimate the yield over 50 per former of whom will deliver Ihe aalutato- in town. II. 0. Bright. cent, and many think lea than that. Its Proprietor ii Determined that THE FAMOUS ry and Ihe latter the valedictory. it Bhall be Second to no Country Elitibethtown Ncwa. J. W.Hayiien ha rcceiretl a nice new Hotel in the Stato in its Fare, DEERING TWINE BINDER. took possesAn army of caterpillar lot of Spring Clothing. Iludu't roil betjer lliHTUNVii.T.n, May 21. (By Telephone.) Appointments, or AttenaajaaseawaseaVsBSr Chria White, of your town, waa fined In ion of a railroad track bear Bird' Point, assasVsaaSJSBSSaewafc. Vn .go and get bargain o'f him? tion to Comfort of Simplicity Itself when compared wllh all other their Guests. the Police Court $o and coat for being Ark., and stopped the train. The woods Ked Uy stallion: IS hands: loaled 1871: bred by binders. For Ihe season of IMS the inoat null-ni- l Ciun OftCiiAiin SntiNru will open June drnnk and diaorderly. Mr. J. M. ilocxer, Inner llin mail fur uiilej had hern sir i lined Chaa. Dunn, Stanford, Ky i sired by Slesaengex nuU mlyeuieeil liiiirowcnienl) have recoru, Jleweng-- r; .een made. Fifteen plecea taken out ol the lit. The fare per day will bo fS, which la of Lexington, ia litltlng frlrnda here. I), Clean uy iiitm. nsggage "III he cornered to sad from the depst inier, iireoraiaua Z.Vfil; Marvel. record. I 2?; Abel Abdsl-laSoplunu-er-bolsprings removed device. Three freeofesarge. Special aicoramodatloaa te trial, J.uy.; (Jus, a.;er-olheretofore charged. trial, $1 more than Every motion positive. No cbauce to I)an IM.K Court. CapU II. T. Bush K Johnaon and wifejuve returned from a g 3.26; lteos C, 2:20 gsll at i years old, Msltla McD.. to Commercial Trarelera. The Bar will he get out of order. No more exnetts. Any one 2.20 gsit at J years oldj Maggie Stewart, gait at. alvisrs aspplted with the choicest report about 250 cattle on the market of arid prolrarted viit to relatlvea in the Weal. a binder should cation the Ucerlng Agent snd received a lot of finectrrlafle Llcjapraaad Cigars. S yrersold. and other promising ones. 1st dam Subreads or ...r .Kt. i,n.r.winitlitrri'a!At Ibat hss been sie by .Sentinel, iXAi, and the sire of Von Arnlra, buggtea, ctpjal to the Iwt that are made. MIm Beit McKinney. aged 1(1, daughter fair iiualily, selling at 5 to "J cnt per lb made since the Introduction ol twine binding, The Peering Twine uiuuer, nm iuiruuu '." of Mr. Mit AfcKlnney, ia very aeriondy for best; milk cowa selling from $35 to $C0 uel, i-Cnll and ee them. (leo. I). Wearen. Vlvsndlers. i.7tyd, Mlgnon, ir.X; Ca- I... .1... hun .hA..I In ImDroveuientl. elmtmcl- ul. 2 28: 0 rand Sentinel. 2.2111. Henilnsllsfull ir.dtiraLUltr. lUht draft and aood work Fot III of enncuuion of the brain canted by per head, Very few mule or horae offer rother to Volunteer, the tire of St. Jullea, 3.1 JJ; OKBK.V, Judge Ouiley's Speech. sileby ' prices. Wcntlu: r had von Hai.k. An elegant new atriking 1'ii.v.ion Ar.LllUJOHTA btanford, Ky UoJtue, 3;1SIJ: Ilrlver, Ulosttr. 2:17; Alley, her head ngalnat u fence rail while ed, selling at usual nd Amr. 2.50k, Phivton, lateit ityle, haa been uaed only C running. A The followlnK Is Judge Oirsley's speech r.8. Also for ssle Dcerlni Light Mowers A Ilea pen z.ii;iniiuntcr. z:w--i; WdaiuKltir Klvcrs. the mors parly of handa working on and but few people in town. me z. ciau record, 9 00,-- e.year. liefore tbe Convention, mentioned in our or 7 timet. My, children king at echool I dim of Bertie Ulrl, New wheat ha been received ia Cin the dirt road South of heie found imold record, 2.S7, and the pandara ol Maud ilea B. M. Boanxrr. created such unboundei have no" ut for It. ' Will Ml It cheap. T. I W. BoanBix. senger. record, 2.2J;: by Alexsnder'a loruatt from C to cinnati from Ooorgia. The seed from last, which mense number of ADuausn. ins sire oivoiuimun :usia. 2:it: noes T. Davie!. waa planted December IK icchra under the ground. Green River which it waa grown llnd, 3:215,.; Thorndele. 2:32: Almont, Abdallah LouGentlemen okthkConvestion: 1,1832, and the grain was cut the third and Jajiw Kgato.v, an Iriah employe of the waa paat fording to day. W. It. W. dam of Kentucky Wilkes, 2:21, sad the grandam Laughter I have not started yet. der. of So 8o, aod Red Wilkes, lire ot FhllTbofflp. thieshed on the eighth of May. The yield and applause. J i am very giau to uieet u over by the night ex. C. 8. It. It. waa run Now own and are running son, recoru,i '.!;) oy iwuci; oy Tun Truatee have decided to own the wa thirteen bushel to the acre. Thlt la ininy of you. Of course, I do not know Morgan, the aire of Vermont Ulack Hawk tbe preai at Bloan'a Valloy, S.ttur.liy night to the Luncaatcr pike. It more than a month earlier than new wheat whether I have voice enough to eitend aire of Ethan Allen and many othtr trotters. Red OLD FLOYD MILL I and liittantly killed, lie had taken hi atreet from Main THE to Bfack Jacket's dam waa tired by a will give the town 700ynrda more of atreet lis ever made Its appearance in the Cin- nil over thia Immense hall. I heard at 12 Hawk, 4ih dim aa extra road mare brought from aeat on the track and gono to alcep. aod ty, PKOPMETOB- ,o'clock lhat I was beaten. I waa very much On I)ix Ittvcr, 8i roa from Danville Into tha the North by W. L. Vance, or Mensr countyand and n nutubtr of excellent building lota, cinnati market. put iii aald to be of Meeseager blood. Hentlnsl and Alex -astonished at that, as doubtless some of miles from llryantsvllle. They have In Iff thati.two. hour after Knott, waa which are greatly needed. The point of ander's Abdallah are bolh by Jlvtdvk'a llanible- The Richmond RtgUcr reports the you were. I apt beaten, but still I am go- - Mill Ionian, the graodslre of Maud 8 2:0W, and the nominated, the Loulavllle Lithographing Intersection with Main atreet will lie at the aale of Jonathan P. Ettillw followa: Aged Inir to stick to the Ltemocratlc not ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS sire of Dexter, 2:I7.; Netile, 2.18: Orsnge UUI, Having had thU Hotel 2 20; Uuelle, 2.21; Jay aould, J.2IK, sod su others Company preiented to every ilelcgate a lot of Mr. John A. Allen, who will lie al- mulea aold for $100 to $100; 20 yearling withstanding whether I am beaten or uot For miking the beat Patent Flour, but are miking with record of 2.SW aod belter. Messenger Chlsf time after I waa married, nothlog but tbe pure Straight Flour, which baa OilO picture of the coming man. Mr. A. lowed $30 damage wss sited by AUJsiiaa t not, aire oi ricarj,z:isi; Mr. J. W. Alcorn mules at $9; 2 year-oldo. $75; cow $10 beaten. A short of the wbest In it record, 2: a. 1st dam Is Bed Jim, From Lawmen! to garni, a lady friend of my wife went lo her and all the eleaieota make their Flour and ground ouly from pureiouu. BUrkwell llktn, lite of thlt offlce, will receive $81 and Mr. I). W. Vandeveer to $05; yearling steers $29; Jennet $00 to commenced telling her about some of niv by water: they ot Usn. Try their Hour, n Strictly Scott's Thomas,to 2.2 ; byUeo. 11. Thomss, airesire no elevators. Msmbrlno Messenger, Intend t Keep It In tlieui. through whoeo $300; mire $48 to $100; hogaOJc; 25 sheep past conduct. My wife said, "I dou I br sale at whea- tMr. W. II. Miller, $03 ii.ir-u- j toe groceries in aiauwru. in if olLewloikl,!:Wi. yddsniby Mambrlno Ihlsf, 1 aiaiuier. YVoodturd double land It will principally run,glvea the right at $3 per head; corn In the crib $230; 15 want to hear or it if it la anything bad Ledanon hai been enjoying And leavo nothing undone that will add to tbe sire of Lady Tlioiu, 2:18).; and others. Mambrlno, Uambrlno Patchea I:2l,i Napoleon, English Hunter, Ac. Id dam by The atreet wilt be CO feet wide slacks of liar $0 50 tier atsck. The farm of about him, because I doii't expect to leave Abdallah tlnce mall dally to Loulavllle nearly nver COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. Imp. him, no inattei what he does, and I don't Messenger will make the season of 1S33 at Chas. the accommodation began running. It It and the work of opening It will begin at 100 aero was rented to W. W. Pigg for want to be worried about It." Just so with Vunn's, 2, ullea from Dlauford, u Hush Branch pike, 1 mile from Blattford A Lancaster pike and paaalug ttrange that Stauford can not havo once. Bealdea the other advantnge to be $soo. I have opened a very comprehensive Una of tha me. I am a Democrat from principle, and I miles front Lancaster A Danville ptka, at ilO to it doesn't make any difference tome wheth latest aod Handsomest slylts of Mara In Foal. Money due as suuu Insure a Is the aame privileKe, but our poatmaater tay derived from It, the approach to town from UT, VERNON DEPARTMENT. offajftja- lAre ascertained. u tbe fsct 2 W or belter, or Msresasthsl have publle er Lhave one vote or forty. II anyuouy SPBIHQ AND SUMMER MILLINERY he la unable to get the neceaaary pouchea Lancaater will be nearly level, whereaa the such have produced records of SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Managed by John B. fish is taking advantage of me I don't want to Andluvlleall ILe lsdles lo call and examine, trotters with records otl.t or better, n.ay bo brtd for it. preaent atreet ha two ateep Mill and crota-e- a To patronise me, as I have ttiry coHveulsoee.such know any thine about It; I still stand by the whether they buy or not. l'rltoa reasouable. free ol charge. Address Born to the wife of Allen Ulatt a son. aa NICU dAMl'LU HOOMtJ, do., for their mm. the railroad at a dangerou "witching WILLIE O. DUNN, of the Democratic iiarty.becauie ji.s'sj tim.t.K itvaitim, W. 8. HlI.TON whoahot Jamca Wilaon lie A cold rain has been falling since Sun principles blanlord, Lincoln Co., Ky. 1 believe that that parly will be the salvaNext door to Dr. Lee F. lluOu'sn's viaie, btauford I Chief, dam bodv point. MXdSiMasn PaiaCU, by at Kingi Mountain couldn't get any day morning. All the streams, are rising. tion of the coiiulry for all time to come. I Baggago Transferred to and from by Alcalde, litre tf llylss, :.Vlk; Kolguia, 2:26; Colored Baptist TlIK .Moderator of Ihe to arrett him, ao he cime here yeaterdav Fancy Dsy, 2:90, Ac.,) will make the sesaun ut Wi druggist, M- J. L. am opposed to any principle but that Our popular young the Depot free of charge. st Fount Koi', flMtulsvllle, Ky., at 113 to Inaure Laughand delivered hlmaelf to the Sheriff Accor Aaaorlatlon now in aeaatou at thlt place, Whitehead, has received a large new tioda Now you know I submit to ttits. W. (I. D. a mare In foal. W. H. FKANC'IN. Olreuieacall. stated In the brethren at one of their meet fount. He will make known It virtues ter. There was once a Dutchman whose ding to Ida report, he waa fully justifiable wife whs sick on one occasion, and Ihe doc he taken In ahootlng Wilaoii, aa ho fired at him inga that a collection would then I will deliver Ice every morning through these column ni soon aa he get tor came and told hltu that ahe would cer up for thelwnefit ofome school or other, Qrat alrnoul without piovncatlun, it in running order. tainly die. The next day the opinion was AT ONI! OKXT PEB l'OUN'D, which waa accordingly undertaken. The The delegate to Ihe State Convention repented, and he aaked the husband if his Aa lung as my preienl slock lasts. After that. Lake A ooou aleady rain (ell all day Sunday, receipt on the first round were a failure. cf wife ws resigned. The latter did not un- iceaaiowasi cau auuru Auouule due at tbe (intll yeaterday morning, thoroughly Rev. V. E Khlley. who la aasletlng them have returnetl, nut In tho best spirit, aod already-wel-l derstand the word reslgued exactly, and close of each mouth, now. course, but aa good aa could be exacted asked what It meant. The doctor's ex- - Btanford, May 7. it. k. wetting the earth, which had become very In their vrurk, then arose and tolJ Iho ModThey fought planatlon was that it meant whether she drr. Yeaterday the wind abided to the erator of a circumstance which recently under the circumstances. "Vllllng," said the German, dlaagreeable day It took place in the South, in which a color- bravely forOwalcy, but were defeated. Now was willing. was bound to be Tilling; she Northwest and a more they are for J. Proctor Knott and the rest 'dauin it she teldom experienced in the month of May, ed minister remarked before asking donaLaughter and apcan no help herself." y special attention to We will now The mercury wat down in the for Ilea and It tion that "all de bruth'en dat wasn't out of Iho ticket. plause. Now since the State ticket is made up, Now you know one thlni; very well, sroUHTOM aillNllIXVa.' killing froat would reault stealln' chtchena la.' night pica' cum for'd waa feared that the democrat of Rockcastle county should There Is no class of circumstances which We promise to give satisfaction, and whi u desired if It cleared off during the night. auggeated to him and glv to de Lo'd," and Interest thciuselrt enough to put out a may occur, or will ever happen, that will will give Patent Flour fur Wheat, tau tuaks Tiiehe areTaTready 25 gueat at that de- that he make the tame announcement, good candidate for the Legislature. There alter hit love for the Blate ot Kentucky: I cimer boueu or uuuoucu mm. U0-- I my father was born MeALINTKK ANALl.ti:. lightful report, Cumberland Fall, and the which he did, meeting with great aucceiu; ia plenty of good material ont of which to love her past history; a State: I exiect to here before this was proapecta for a fluo eeaaon are excellent. every brother coming forward and "throwln people; their God mita n lusmber. The Committee should live and die with this In," fearing that If he remained In hi aeat see to this and at once. It It ouly about' will be my God, and their destiny will be eJOsS. Slnco latt" auumer many improvement he would certainly ba auspected of having two inouthe ami a ball till election nl n mr deatlnv. I exnect to mingle mr ashes Lata of Cheuault, bVvcrance A Co., blanlord, Ky., have been made, and Mr. Owent will leave soil of with nothing undone to add to the comfort of vitlted hi neighbor' henroost. Iftheie will take bard work and plenty of it to with those of my ancestors in the first-cla- ss makn the race. Whoever make the rice Kentucky, and by (he grace of God, I will Sc CO.. M. of Ida gucata. Only two hour ride by It anything a cul'ed gen'lmaii dislikes, it it should begin at once to male the canvass, never do anything to disgrace her record or of tteling chicken, for w Importera and JobUia ol Dry Uoods, Notions, Ac, good mountain road from Cumberland Sta being aociued as Rockcastle and Lturel counties are put any Imputttlon upon this grand old kt". I.. BllfVI, WVIa Bll Nil eft, Oft AISllU iSa..i. afss anas.) tion on the C. B It. Jl, Fare ao per all know that ho wat newer known to be rough and hud to get over. Let something Commonwealth. 1 helped to make the Democratic party, although I was lorn IXsOUIHVIII.1?. - - - K"3 be done immediately. guilty of auchn thing. month, per week, $10. McAllstet'a. D. power ha doted with SI addition. LOCAL NOTICES. threahlng machine and engine for aale at W F.ld. W. B. Cloyd preaches at Turner-vlll- e JlOT 1'aintfi of Fenny A McAlister. a bargain. Cleo. V, Wearen. on the ith Sunday of each month. Fiantrfo Tackle at MoBoberts A Slagg's, Rev. Jeaae T. Peck, Bishop of the IlniNO ua your butter, eggn, potatoea and Kick stools of IilrtliJay panla it Penny A Methodist l'plecopal Church, la dead at Standard ready inlieJ palnln ( caali or trade. all klnda of country produce. II. C. Bright. We pay book-Vre.(- n a IU-ke- r, mea-aag- Sa-le- car-loa- d )- - l'res-byterl- Court-llour- well-brok- - a. .... Jct The examining trial of Wm, Dnnegan, forkilllng Nancy Jane Bryant on the Oth of April last, look place on Friday the 18th Inst., and tasted nearly two days. The proflf shows that Duneganhtd seduced the girl and promised to take her lo the West with htm. He lived In Jackson county;the girl also- - lived In that county. He got ready to go West, and met Dan Balct, who lived In Rockcastle, and who was selling out lilt thing, and perttiaded him to go also and they agreed to go together. Dune-ga- n slid ho would wait for Balea. He went btck to where the girl wasataylngand and told her to slsy there till he came for her on the next Wednesday, it being too muddy for him to walk so far, and if he did not come for her to come lo Livingston station, He did not go for her, aa he promised, and the started on foot to Ihe depot. She had to pas Wm. Bales', a brother of Dan Bales, and when she got there It waa about dark, Thursday night. Dan Balea and his family were staying at Ids brother's and he and Wm. Dnnegan had gone to Livingston that day and when they came back Wm. Bales' wife told Dunnegan that his girl had come. He aaked what her name was, an J when told that it wa Nan nie Bryant he pulled off his bat and coat and threw them on the ground saying: ''If that girl hat followed me down here I will kill her." Then he took hit gun and started towards the house. The girl heard him coming and ran out the back way and down to Mrs. Nancy Biles' about 300 yds. below on the river. They got his gun uway from him and went down to Mrs. Ii.'s with him. The girl had heard him coming and ran down under the rlyer bank to hide. It was raining and she was found leaning ngalnat the fence, very wet, when she waa searched for by .Mrs. Bales' girls. They brought her back to stay all night. Dunegan In the mean time had goneacroaa Ihe river to John Bales' to stay all night. Next morning he came over to Mrs. Bales' In company with John Bales and inquired if "that girl had been there," and looked alt over the houar, barn and The girl had run out when she saw him coming and gone down toward the brancb, where it runs into the river. Dunegan cither saw her or her tracks, and started after her in a fast run. He had a stick ir his hand about the size o' a man's thumb; he said he did not want to hurt her, but just wanted to hickory-whiher a little. He wa seen to run the way the girl had gone by Ed Redmon and John Bates, who said they would go down there and not let him hurt her if they could help it There was a point of a hill and some bushes between the house and the branch and Dunegan had got behind these before they followed in pursuit. It ia about COO yards from Mrs. Bales' to the river at Ihe mouth of tho branch, and about 30 yards to the bushes where D. got out of sight. When the men eot to this place they saw D. com ing back about 50 yards from the branch. They told htm to come and go back to the house and let the girt alone, lie said "1 will go back; buttay, boys, don't say anything about my running the girl off, fur it would hang me!" They all three went to the house, and Itedmon and Dunegan went Into the kitchen where kouisa liindllt and Sarah Bales (two daughters of Mrs. Nancy lilies; were. Dunegan said to them, "girls hold uu your handa before Ihe Good Lord and swear that if I should kill that clrl vou would uever tell It. as it would hang me and it would be a pity to bang a eood looking a young man as me for such a thing at that." liefore he said these words he asked the girls if they knew where Nan cy ilryant waa. Jouiaa teld him she guessed she wa in the river, and he said, "1 hope ahe la," and made the above re mark. Louisa Cundlff, her sister and Ed Redmon went down to look for her after D. had gone. They found but the two tracks, a man's and a woman's. When they got to Ihe bank it looked like there had been a scuttle, and the woman's track was seen no more. Uuneiran wrote a letter to iom Bale from Arkansas asking if "he had seen anything of the lost girl, or have you seen any buzzards flying up or down the riverr If you have, say nothing about it " He acknowledged that he had not heard from Kentuclcr since he left, when he was arrested. Probably the largest crowd that ever attended atrial in Mt. Vernon was prrsent at this examination, Dunegans wile was present and clung to him until he waa put on Ihe cars. His attorney offered to waive an examination, but was refused the privilege by the Court. The Commonwealth cloendher testimony at 11 o'clock Saturday, The defense did not Introduce any. Mr, lleppert argued lor the uell. lo be alloffid bail, and Mr. Stewart, the county attorney, argued against it. The Court refused to grant bail, and the deft, waa to ha taken to theinil at Stanford for safe keeping. He waa conveyed ti that place by Deputy Sheriffs White and J. W. Miller on the - o'ciock train. p or-lrJ- and raised a Whig. I wa too young to help myself, but I fell Into the arms of the Democratic party pleasantly as a young maiden receives a klsa from her lover Apwhen she take It for the fint time. plause. the man I of small importance: the principle of the party are above the aspiration and withes of any man; It doesn't make any difference who ft I. It It said I am ashamed of my Union record. It Is not so. I waa a Democrat then and I am a Democrat now. Let in stand together; don't let us have any wavering fellows. I am tired of talking fellows who do not stand up for the party. I would rather die dead game than take a man who has not the courage lo stand up for the principles of his party, whether victorious or defeated. The man whom and who you failed to nominate fought with the Confederate army, knew how to gallantly surrender a well as he knew how to act the hero when occasion required it. That man waa Simon Bolivar Col. Jones ha Applause. Buckner. been misrepresented all over Kentucky by persons saying that he i not a man of genial impulse and of the people. He Is a man ofthe .warmest impulses and most genial habits, whom I love, and lam sorry he is defesled today. Jacob, who represents the city of Louisville -t- here is not a more elrgsnt genlleraau anywhere will stand defeat a well a any man: and Proctor Knott, the little David, will overthrow any Goliah which the Republican party can place In opposition to him, I want you only to name some good Democrat and we will support htm. I was In the Feder-a- t army, Buckner In the Confederate; these Apother gentlemen had their escape. plause and laughter J You fellows do not want to get gray bewre you ogtne to the front, and let u now bring the young Democracy forward I ani for the young Democracy. What, If I had known the people of Kentucky and bad seen them as there is nothwell ss I can see them ing ou earth that could have kept me from being the nominee of this convention for (lotfrnnrof Kentucky, f A misuse! lam glad that I have seen you; I am proud of being a native Kentuckian, and glad that l by native Kentuck-ian- s am surrounded and men of courage and honor. I love, too, the women of Kentucky and when you present good liquor 1 sometimes like to take a drink of that. Now if I had known that I Laughter. was to be picked up to make an elegant speech I would have had one of that kind, full of the flowers of rhetoric. As Roger Hanson remarked, when some cne criticis ed a grammatical error: "What do I care for grammar; when I see a common-sens- e ideal jump over everything to get toil." Another Cry of "four votes for Owsley." voice: "I will nominate you for Governor lour year nence."j An, urn ib my iranu Sel Miller, one of the best men in the city of Louisville. incorriiDtible. vrlio can nei ther bebouiht nor sold. I will ask the Lord to bless you all here, but that Is un nrrewiarr na far aa mr snnnorters are con cerned, for they have been blessed enough already: ther they have cot their blessing. Laughter. I come here not call the righteous but sinner to repentance, as (lie Savior said, if I may be permitted to use the Scripture; for what you have done in regard to my nomination forGovernor may tho Lord forgive you you knew not what Repeated laughter snd apyou did. Now I am going lo tell you an plauseanecdote, and I want to say first that my own district stuck to me and voted forme first lo last, and I would rather have that ttiought than to be Governor of Kentucky without it. I hope Proctor Knott will make you a good Governor, and I believe he will. Now for the anecdote : Down In the county of Adair there was an old bachelor who win a candidate for the Legislature, and onco In the middle of a speech some fellow asked him his views on the subject of matrimony. He replied: "If I should conclude to marry and be elected to the Legislature, I would choose such a wife aa would give general satisfaction to every member of the Legislature." Loud lauuhter and applause and cry of 'ten vote for Owsley.1' I call upon tho Lord to bleaseach and every one of you, and I am going to fall back into the arms of mr district and Into the arms of my wife, where I am safe and sound, while I do not always (eel so in the city of Louis ville Fellow-clti'eni, y rROFISMO'Af, StM H, CDKTT. J. W Valuable f SOWIT. t offer for Blue-Gra- ss Farm nOHDETT r A iVTX'0NJ3VM AT MT. VERNON, KY. T. w Vi a nnowN, l'OItHAIiKI any Farm of HO.t A tirrn, situated near Wslnat Flit, on the Stintord A Vrab turoplks, tnllea Iron BUufof.l. About 40 Acre In cultivation) baleoc In grsse, Clood sprint, plenty total timber snd well adtptol to slock) In a good neighborhood. Will sell at a bargsln lbs shot tract of land and glra poseeaalon at any time. X.iV",V. sU HTANFURII. KY. Offlca In Owsley A Boo'i naw bulidlng-- np AT'I'OllNKVH A.T TA.W, M. T. W. 4 W so. H VARNOn, wiLLica a. yaaiso. Far further particulars, Inivlra of 3. n. owiley, tf stairs. county, Tens. J, MIKXHV FIHH. I'BYTON, BTANKonD, KY, Will nrullr In ttia (litirttaf IJnroIn sad ad joining rounlle snd the fufwinr Court ami Coart ol Apr ill. Bpstltt attention ilTtn lo eollestlons. OlScson Lancaster str-a- l. Ill Hustonville Nat. Bank. Of net or ConrraotLaaoFTHa Ccaatscv, WAiHtRSTON, ATTOIINEV A.T DANVIM.K, KY PIBIt, ALEX. ANDERSON. Tatatcar DsrAiTKtar, Aran. 7, IAV, 1MJ. Will nractlrs In the Courts of Boris tad Ulolntn counties and In lha Court of Appeals. Court-hou- s, HUlUiJJOn DKWTIHT, lence presented to By satisfactory Iti. undersigned, II hss been msd. to appear that In tho town of in. National Bank of lluilon-lll- e, Iluiloof III, la the county of Lincoln and huts of Kentucky, has complied with all the provisions of the Revleed etstutea or the United Slates required to be compiled with before an assoclstlnn shsll be authorised to lomraenco lbs business ol banklog. of Now, therefor., I, John t. Knot, tlieCarrenej, dn certify that the National Bankof llnstonvllls, In the town of Hue tonvllls. In toe county o( Lincoln and mate of Kentucky, Is ail thorUd lo commence the builnese of banking, aa authorised la Hectlon 8,1M ol the Bsvlsed sutnlei of the United States. In testimony whereof, witness inr hsnd and seal of office, Ihla 7lh dsy of April, 18S3. lM-Jr- Wntaait, el Farm blue-gra- W. T. GREEN, ky., llm-tls- school-hou- ss 123-- 1 jr-cr- lYULLIItfERYl Groceries, Hardware, Harness and Saddlery, M.OWS lf WAGONS. 6t DAYE YANBELL Mutual Aid Society or jzLkI j5t a lega-to- Tan-de- ROBBE ' U Fancy Boy! fA&ry& tlr j. 191-- 1 MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. TWO OOI JACK. Propr its 1S3-- and Well AMallah Messenger! aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBmBBBBBBBBBuiaA THE GREAT knot-lyi- U b, d went-In- ' T.ASAPH HOTEL. Sb f.; i L. W. Burdott & Co. Wi FRANCIS Boer-m- an er KY. Kei'urnlslieil nnd Ilcilttcd I irat-fjiiiisH Nowttllaiidsonio Millinery Commercial Travclern I - Ice! Ice! lee! hah The INTERIOR JOURNAL has ad- ded another large Press to its TO THEPUBMC equipped Job Office, besides a j. , number of fonts of new Job Type. "With Steam Power and every other facility necessary, we are now better NEYEItANE, prepared than ever to do all kinds of ROBINSON printing cheaper than any other W. P. WALTON. house. ! A wfc 7TT V rovno.v JovnsAUiTs. Til A TKUKO. now a ttKn noxtticr ATorritD am CMIHCH PIHtCTllRI. Tlio traveler in America has certain ATAtMKOHK OX WHKEt.9. Although it has it hcnJquarters in Bsv. IT. I" Monitor), MKTHODIST, BOOTH Col. ritxletop took his wlfo out for a und around Fleet street, it li hard to say advantages over his transatlantic- neighIrM hmi SaD.Wr morals! "" oiihlncfpl Hi thirl I'riTM MMtlnf Mtrr N&w & He was driving a very where Journalistic London Itegins nnd bors which are not to bo despised. In our drive. d ThurnJtjr nlfhl Huo.lr Hthonl at too A. M, Km II. C MorrlMn, Suflnln.l,nt ends. Timo was when tho " writer for comfortable rnilwny trains ho can chango horse, when It occurred to Mr? Chicago -May 22, 1883 tho piW did not consider that his call- his posture, orcven tako nshort walk up I'lVilctop that sho would liko to drivo TH&y MoralBfr, i M HunJiT". morning nd BAfT IHT ntv FourthBiers, futer. HiIm n.l ing made it necessary for him to " mix nnd down the car without inconvenience that kind of an animal. She remarked : The OKpel According to St Rath, nllil, I'rarrr Mrotlng unj WHnivdtf BunJaf TDK O.V,1' LINK ItlNNINII to anybody. Ho enn do no such thing " I hfto often heard you say, Colonel, Tow tilth lititJM n trillion of tht Ixwt'a 8'ipnlnttnilant Hchool it 30 t. M. IU h. Harrow i.v KQV.il. en i.vrn von arms. In society," to belong to tho liest clul lTjr, n. olbff wrniont IIIKIKTIAN Wonhlp tij tlio ronirrmtlon Of IMillnmii and have an establishment of his own in n foreign railway carriage, if it hap- that a woman did not know how to drive. I not too Diiich to nnr llmt Fii.Hfo It it i nf IxtrtTodtr rrwhlnt. Ur J. W. Oot hlruplr itnjxiviiblo, an a, rillt to briny where tho greatest in tho land should not pens to Iw full ; respect for his neigh-Iwr- s' Now I want to show you how badly mistail fourth UM't data. Sunday Bfhool onroni Joa HtTtranrt, -- AND 801.11) TRAINS BY GEORGE 0. BARNES, at It. Hurrlntntlnt toes and ribs bids him "stay put" taken you are, Givo mo tho reins." girls to Tlgoroiu mntunty iu city lifo. be ashamed to visit him, but should tUT. I n. He nilEflllYTKHIAN, SOUTH to tho end of tho trip, no matter how "MOUNTAIN KVANOKUST" TO CHICAGO I "Not with this buggy," replied w. LOUISVILLE I ror, fnitor. KunJar School at 1 10. A judicious motlipr iuot preu'iit their gladly grace his board and interchange none, nupouniantitni, Union rrarar Watting on family courtesies nt lib wife's recep his sides may acho or how stiff his legs trembling all over. know growing up cuuArruol invali.W, but mIio rnlfhu. Wln RrsriAi Norm rauangtri Irotn tho Here, ho can havo his baggage you can drive pl udidly, but wait until EMrEII IIT IJE0. W. miEEKWOOD. cannot command thoronJitiouiHHiuirrd tions. Tho l'ott of Dickens would ho may A N. M, 11, arilr. In Luulitlll. In lime to lai. tht .tmIc( train ot Iho "Moooo as checked at starting nnd sco It no more (or positive hrnltli. Aa the fragrnliro of as hard to find in the country Hint Til borrow an old Kout. and f through to pp., Clelli. Price, 8I.ftO-:- tl buggy from u friend for aganloli or Jiuy (lolJ, which I exquis- tho Abandon of Thackeray in Ixindon. until ho has arrived at his destination. second-han(Ircfncnslle. CraTtfurdnllle, Laiatttte eiuUofllor mor fl fnrnliW I sac whero a wlthTllKlNTtRin Jousml trr. ot Stnt next- itely duTuaeil tlirougli tlio oeii nir, As Bohemia has laid aside its long pipe In Europo tho traveler must tako far you to practice witl ( II. and Chlcngo nlthent ftMngc. na -- ftTANFORft. But woman iu Galveston smashed up a now pm r ir. vrould bo aicLoning and oiircsive in and " two of gin," its sawdust iloors nnd mora trouble oltout his luggage. KrHVIf -- TIMK TAIII.K- .HUnforJ.Kj, pewter pots, so has journalistio liondon horo tho superior comforts and conven- lmRSyi that it cost $40 to repair it so the confined nir of n parlor, to tlio DaTTjfr MfATIONS. Italif. W. WALTON, - - Proprietor, of licAlthy childhood would lio advanced from tho tavern corner, tho iences of American travel end In all that it could 1m used for kindling wood. 7 19 p ni sponging houso nnd tho gutter to tako n other respects it is far plcasantcr to Let us keep this buggy to go to our I)Ul,tlll. I.T. oTorwliclming In rt city nursery, nnd is 01 a in 2 01pm li. of Starr, 30iSO. right mtnnlcta Ma of Brn- - Arr, eirrtnrattlh. norer culled forth by tlio freedom of tha foremost placo iu tho boit society of tho travel In Knropo than in this country. funerals in." 2 Mam soepm " frawfordMltlo rrj Anting tapacllr, Including gallarr, (00, " Urajcll. .. I Una g lime, combining with literary London Eton in the matter of luggage, ono may back yard, or the lncnaurod exercises of llfaaonablo rata, to good attraction,. Addrraa "Ho you think I can't drive this T M ani Clilrago . to ym ai abor. citywalkM, nrntly dressed, under the to mako an iutcllcctnal nrislocracy that doubt whether wo aro better off than horso?" ThohiMtdlrKt rout, wllh nnlr ono thing. of No doubt tho comparativeran, to all polnta In Wlron,ln, Mlnnraoea. Iowa, caro of n nurno or governosK, supple- bids fair to hold in general estimation I Europeans. " I know you can drivo well enough, Ncjiratia, Ac For furtbrr lulurraaUon, addrraa standing equal to that of hereditary rank ly cumbrous European system of regis but 1cforo going down tho nvcnuo let's MURKAY KKl.l.llt,(l, I. A., mented, by n tow dog-daCollege. IJS- Uulnllla, Kf weeks in tho restrained freedom of n and fortune Liberal Premiers nnd Lib- tering lnggngo is less handy thnn onr drio back and kiss tho children and eral Cabinets nro credited with showing checking system; tho weighing of lug. your mother good-by- , country hotel or boarding house. Tho and then go over .STANFOltU. KY. prcsenoo of lirnlgct excludes them from a rnbro genuino respect for journalism gago is n bore. In Europo n man can to tho raarblu yard and pick out a toniln opponent, travel with a household oxcrciro ; a higher staudard than their Conservative stone, nnd then down to tho undertaker With Full Cerps of Teachers, and bundlo and get measured, nnd llirn " of refinement nnd morality shuts thoia though lioth havo long sinco ceased to bundle of wraps, Thla Institution wlIlonll, ThlrlMnlh Hrsalon aud fishing-rod- s, " Out to tha lunatic asylum aud leave in from the freedom of tho street, nnd keep tho London editor whero Lord Che - of nm'hrcllas, walking-stick- s on to. 2d Monday In Hfptamhor natt. ! without any trontilo whntovcr. you there for awhile. You are talking tcrflcld detained Dr. Johnson, a patient no substitute for tlicao outlols is and despised waiter ou greatooss among Ho need handle none of theso articles liko you didn't havo good sense," AM.THK BRANCHM OK A American Aneti, $5,212,737 81 Wo repeat with onr girls tho experi- tho lackeys in tho hall. Now nud then himself; all that ho has to put his "All right. Just tako the reins and THKCRKAT THOROUGH ENGL!0HC0Un3E ence of Casper Hauser. Wo surrouud a Loudon journalist unconsciously re- own hands to is his ticket; tho omni givo the people a chanco to fresco tho Lone paid in 31 yean veals tho old state of things when ho present hotel and railway porter cares for wheels with their brains," Aro taught, aa walla. u. . exceed iu them from birth by conditions that so 9Ji,uuu,uuu.uu " Yon are iu no tbrngir of losing any .Solid, Prompt stunt their growth that they early cease scons at toino successful rival who has tho rest. But where European travel MUSIC, TUB LANOOAOES. 11JIA.W. and Honorable. Pays INQ AND PAINTINU. to crave k freedom which their weak venturtd to refer familiarly to n distin- outranks travel in this couutry, utterly brain. Get up I " said Mrs. Fizzletop, losses Without 00 dajs' discount. and totally, is in the superior facilities as sho took tho linej. frames would And burdeusome. Tho guished )eron, just as Mr. Lawson was " How polite tho peoplo ato to get Does the Leading Amerioan Busineia. foundations of future invalidism aro attacked for spooking in some past con- foresting and drinking. The railway d land is a ont of tho way," sho remarked, as tho solidly laid before they are 10 jcars old, troversy of tho Premier as his "friend restaurant in our In Tuttloo, price, raoa. from 111 to M In th Pollclca wrlttan .y rvu Departmenu. iu, lourmvJIit. They hate, by that time, been o trained Mr. Gladstone. ' Reniemleriug tho thing of horror ; n noisomo deu whero near wheels scraped the bosom of a flyrriparaioiy, , and itMiegiai., (AO. bad fowl is badly prepared and badly ing drummer's pants, the end of ono ot JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent. to physical ity, so imbued with proverb tlint hanks do not ent hawks For fall parUcutan , aa to Boar J. Ar adJtaa. tho idea of the unbecouiingness of activ journalists shoitld not diipaiage tho served ; where peoplo cat from a sjnso tho shafts knocked the hat off the head SITOTI1FK COMPANIES rn-- HRN. N. U. THUKIItlART. PrlnelpaJ Slanbrd, Lincoln Oo., &J, ity and the desirability of being orna- social distinction of their class. A great of dnty, knowing thoy may bo huugry of a prominent banker, while- a rcMntM at tho tarn, agenrjr. lUIra rckoaLlr. WllliHt Change and wllti Site, UsrlfiW agent was acting as a brako mental, that they a'o thenceforth un- journal liko tlio Daily Telegraph wields If they do not, Thoy ruonago lwtter as iowerfitl an iuflueuc as Mr. Glad- abroad ; tho nverago quality of tho food, for tho conscious without his intending SHORTEST AND QUICKEST R0TE iu tho work. Representative Newspaper of the Bouth. IROU UX. limit TO nit Like the caged canary, if they nttcuip! stone, nnd to suggest that the director tho facilities for getting it, and its appe- it at all. stand tizing aspect, at French and German flight they find it bo fatiguing that tlicj of snch n iower has not siitlU-icn- t Just at this momcct, when Fizzlctop -- Tlin BaBHHHaHaaflaHaMaVHaiSHaHllaVBHaal WEHKLY- rotnrn voluntarily to the open cage. ing to meet Mr. Gladstone on equal railway stations, aro far superior to any- had given up all hopes, just as tho bugThey havo no idea that the strong pin terms, esiecially at n timo when tho thing of tho sort in this country. In gy was about to telescope a street car aa to pyuHJNMnsvSte'.-i-- . a.pMa, ions and tho soaring dight of the wile Telegraph was supporting tho Gladstone many parts of Germany, so soon as tho full of passengers, just as the drivers of Allaata, IU aaaaa, Jaekaonrllla, Mobile, and New Orlaeai. AN OHO AN OF bird should have been theirs. Tho grcai policy, is to discount the geuornl status train stops nt a way station of any im other teams wcro whipping up their of tho journalist, and depreciate tho portance, alert waiters bring to tho very teams to escape from tho Fizzlctop BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA tuinctiity in improving tho health oi la ratae. Car. Wilhoal LXang. 13 RECOMMENDED BY PHTBIC1ANI? on wheels. Mrs. Fizzlctop saw a women is that they hare lost tho idea ol very jKiwer which the press chums for car windows huge trays bearing big physical vigor out of their own concep- itself as tho fourth estate of tho realm. glass mugs of delicious beer, or excellent now hat iu astoro window, and, in spito OUllHH SHORT LINE TO THE EAST C.ntnrrh of tha Naaal nnd Treat LonlirllU la P.lac.Car.wlthlhag tion of women, and therefore out of the Beside, who does not remember Lord sandwiches ; while iu any French rail- of tlio frantic efforts of tho frenzied aniUlc.rntlTot Catarrh of the Bar, Cjr or Throat. It I. tnkon INTKRNALLY, nnd standard at which thoy aim for thcii Pulmcrston'ti famous rcbuko to Mr. Dis way statiou soup, cold chicken, hnm, mal, held him as in n visa until Fizzle- An Kskht Or net OIRCOTLV upon tho Blood nnd L.IIIIUIInl1 IO Una ol mil road will Mucous Burfnooo of tho 8;. torn. It children. The arrangements of the raeli wheu tho const io leader of tho op- and good wiuo and coffee, can bo had nt top had purchased tho hat, and thus the rec.lva apecial low rate. If thn boot Blood Purtnor In tho e l, mlnuto's notice, English refreshment danger was averted. When a lady ol IM, f irnpany fur rate,, r.ulae WORLD, and Io worth ALL that It nursery and tho school relied this fata position suggested, in a Parliamentary a has MONOPOLIES, OLIGARCHISM Ac..or write C. P AlKOHf, 0. P. T A. chartiod for It, for THAT alono. debate, that there wcro London editors rooms for travelers are equally good made up her mind to have a new bondisbelief, and innke it a reality. The '" Loula.liu, Kr. who were politically iiillucuced by their or even better. Stopping from your net, two locomotives cannot pull her jwork begins from tho very cradlo ; friuc THE SPIMT OP SUBSIDY I 08L7 INIESKAL CURE POpSttRSH first-clacarriago in England you can post the storo window. tV-l- S tho assumption of Miort clothes over reception in " tho gilded saloons " of tho TUi: MAltKLTU l In Be get palatable things to eat and drink And wo offer Ona Hundred Dollar tor nng step forward is iu the direction of in- wives of Ministers. Onoo of Cntnrrh It will not Curw. The sneer was aimed at Mr. Delano, (especially tho latter), and tho plates, AflUK FAMILIAR .1JVIXOS. creased freedom of movement and stim WILL CUUK ANY CASH. Ky th. iwullarly worded a.lierlliemeril, of ileal Offlco ct A. T Btiwht CVI Bhaknpeare gives us more pithy saynlua to activity for the boys, and ot who was constantly invited to Lady glasses, Lnivcs, forks, spoons and linen Oncioo, 111 Junog, Itmjt ( muita, olilrh ar llal.le la deceit, tke puhllo T1IR Ik.Kkortetl ud (juirknt llaulo tiora Incln. aro lieautimlly clean and bright. A ings thau any other author. From him diminishing liberty and indirect repres- Palmeretou's parties. The Houso of ilntrt J CXtnrutt CM . ToJdo, (I H'f- -t l. ike litWnrH I tato I lea.uro in liif,rn;tiv? Tud nail Commons did not sco this more quickly more dazzlingly cheery spectacle than wu cull: "Count their chickens ere thoy COURIER-JOURNAL WEEKLY sion of activity for the girL tut !' tul )UU and dui,tHin It tu t LJlU than Lord Palmeraton did. Tho fine an Mnglish railwny buffet is hard to are hatched curv.lnie " Make doubly sure, Nature makes no such difference ir will cure any cm of L'oUnhlf lotvo and nol.tlnl & MISSISSIPPI R. W. " Ijook lfoio you leap," "Christmas Ilaa no auirlor aa ami lamllr circulation la ar bat It Vwiratnilr, tjv.prly bringing up tha young of other animals old Englishman at ouce denounced tlio imagine. Those frowzy, dirty, ipr lDtbon.wiptr world lit J li WrimriKia mosquito-nett- y slight attempted to bo put upon tho indons comes but once a year." Washington she implants precisely the same imputes JIAXr T1MKS I.AHOKIl woitTii bio a norru:.llaru haj E. MmiuT, Mhh, wrtleo 10 Hour to physical freedom aud activity in all, tegrity of journalism, and amidst the which abound in America nro unknown Irving gives us the " Almighty dollar." Than anr political n.vanapfr In th. South, ao.l la Courrlt for WJactwn, 1111 .Catarrh Curnilud tear. hut Unlttd Hlatca. It con- - mo (VnmUerlt worth IWlOatollU. independent of box. The kitten gam checn ot tho Commons he paid a splen there, Wo havo still much to learn in tho Thomas Xorton ipieried long ago, "What czcllod hrwrck raw In tho romplcto LottU. taloa Mch tho moat SI. LouIh ! I rrloU br all Dnifrelat. at TS rt, aunimarr of h bols and clitnlij with the same uncon did tiibnto to tho character of Mr. De- artot traveling, notwithstanding our will Mrs. Grundy say?" while inonewaonno world, and II, .Jitorlal columna MauufartdreU an-- ool.ll.jr F J CUKXLi 4 CO. (llenrr Watt.mn, lano, the editor of the Timet, conclud- floating palaces and sleeping cars, and ar. alwata Eolot'rvnrlotura.TOUClX), OHIO. Ilouia ahrad of all other llnea. answers, "Ask mo no questions and able, atrong and I right. Among th trolled energy, whether it be destined tt admirable management of luggage, ESTKCIAI. FEATUItfa I'll tell you no Jibs." Thomas Tusscr, a AraTclrgraphlcHpctlaUfrom all leading polnta For aaloln Uotrd by Fanny A McAIIaler. develop into the ilemuro tabby or tin ing by sayiiii; Hint it was a source of our 4tallyTi,lna,wlih nochaogaof can br any tho writer of the sixteenth century, gives us In tho United tjtatfa and Kun, trUI and Short pugnacious torn. Nature grants tin pride nnd gratification to possess tl0 Ktchanae. Pally Tralna to Lou In 111, with Freo Farlor Htorlra, Talmaga'a tfermona Ibodaj allcr dflltcrf l"ar. samo privileges to human beings. Ir personal friendship nnd enjoy tho so- aiAJfAOKSir.XT OF SICK CIIIT.miEX. "It's an ill iiud that turns mo good," In Brooklyn lahemaclo. Market Rcporta, n Dally Tralna to FeanaTllle, 4 honra la adLetter,, Turf and Block Iteporia, Anawer to them she also holds sex in abeyance ciety of a man of Mr. Delano's high vance of all other roulee, n (th ooo leaa change Tho vicissitudes necessarily incident "Better lato than never," "Look cro (JWrMUinJenti' Department, Foetrjr and Depart. honor nnd varied acquirements. In (or Children. Mo Homo In the CuuDtrr of rare. through all tho early years of life, that to an outdoor nnd priinithe mode of life you leap," and "Tho stono that is roll- n.nt bo without It. abould 7 honra )ukk,r DR. GANN'S REMEDIES I 21ally Train. (.Cairo, chaog. of ran. than line, and no the individual growth may bo accom- press circles the Into Lord Beaconsficld aro never the first causes of nny disease, ing will gather no moss." "All cry and is credited with other personal slights of bally Tralna to New (Irleaaa. No chance of svnscmi'TMox TRttJttt: no wool" is found in Butler's "Hudi-bras.- " plished, untratnmeled by its require- though they may sometimes betray its FOIl THE MILLION. can from UnclnnaiL Drydeu says: "None bnt tho IcglT ments and restraints. The laws foi journalists, and this is strange, seeing presence. Bronchitis, nowadays per",r, nw,- -u eopr on. rear, II.Mh Fie. cople., on. jear, 12 Hours how intimately his career was at ono brnto deserve tlio fair," " Men aro but tSM. After oclu bulfitabu been wnt u, tho MANUFACTURED BY W. X. CIANN, U. II., Tieaithy growth at this ago are identica haps tho most frequent of all infantile club ralaar can, throughout tho roar, add alngt. Kansas City for both ftira, Naturo has not one timo Iiojnd up with litcrnturo and tho diseases, makes no exception to this children of tho larger growth," "Through aubaerlptlon at our ioweat club MONTICLXLO. KY. lor than by other llnea. press. lie was tho " ltuuuymedo" of jeaily aubecrlptlona. aubacrlptlona thick nnd thin." " Of two evils I havo canbo recelredat tblt Yearlr Our term, tor onlr standard for th girl and another for the Icee nilo; a draught of cold air may reveal the rata. Tho O. A- - M. la tho only lino with A Dally Tha world la flllnl with tha vafwlrrful. ttitl. year ar. than boy. Uut-w- o do not imitato her wise the Timet, and Jio must hao contrilA latent progress of tho disorder, but its chosen tho least," aud "Tlio end must for alzatuontha; 60 11 furforeight month,, "i cent, ful and Intricate Im.nllona ol man. .l all th. Traloafrum Cincinnati to (it. Louie, maklog direct ceota three1 montha. comUneil talent and grnlua that th. worU ha, .,. conneclluna In Iho Unloa Iiepot (at HL Loyl.lellh A umpl. cope of Weekly CburltrJjuruat I, aent reserve. Wo do not, like her, regarc ntcd tunny a brilliant article to tho cause is lonj; confinement in a vitiated justify the means," aro from Matthow r anown naa nerer proaured anything that can alUaourl Farlfir IUU. ay. Hi. Lou la. Iron iioun-tai- n freo of cbargo lor .lamination on application Honthern lUllway Chicago childhood as a neuter sex. Reversing papers iu his early days, But when ho and overheated atmoHphere, and its Prior. We aro indebted to Colloy (Jib Liberal ruh commluloa allowed canraaaera, and comraro with 'Dr. tlann'a Remedlea " UeJIral road,AChicago, llurllagtoa A (Julacyft Alton lull, hlllandKleOcokate, aa yet, lillcl to dlecoter lUllrood, Kf was one of tho gilded youth of London, ber for the agreeable intelligence that outfit aent them fr.0 of chanro. Addrcu any thing tnuallo them, for tho euro of Iho die- - oknk ArIL Luuie Kailroad, abaah, ML LoulaA her laws, we do not wait for sunrise, but W.N IIAMIKMAX. lUllruad, Mlawari KanaaaATeiaa lull aaaawr wnicn tn.y ar. rerommendeJ. Aa th.lr press men weio "poor dovils" to be proper remedy ventilation and a mild, "Richard is himself again." Cowwer Frealdrnt Co., Iul,tllle, Kf. virtue and tier, are traled Lr thouaanda even at earliest dawn make "coming ihrauih. iJI SI LouiaAMan Fraociico luilwiy. (sacchnriuo) diet, sneered at nnd contemned, nnd in his out tho length and breadth ol th. UnJ, andaa events cast their shndoVs before,"-uiwarm sweet milk, sweet oatmeal por- tells us that "Variety is tho spice- of Democratio and for HlanJard lamllr Medicine., they cannot Io Impress Thii Upon Your Memory. a Tariff for Revenue an I ar. fully auUtanlialcd by tho ilroog- thus modify tho girl's surroundings, U later days the brilliant statesman nud ridge or honoy-wateSelect nn airy life." To Miltou we owo " The Paradise v., leaumoniaia. only, Tho O. A' H. la tho only lino by satirist was not able to shako oil' tho yon thedotriment of herwholo future, by For CoughmWJi, Cnap, llronchltta, Cooiutup. can get through can Irom Unclnnatl towhich la bedroom nnd elo not 1h afraid to open of Fools." From Bacon comes "KnowDL Lou tlon and all DUeaara. ol tho Throat and Lungi, without pajlog eilra lar, In addition to money ideas and feelings which should excrl social ti millions, axioms and customs of tho windows; among tho children of ledge is power," and Thomas Southerno paid for ticket. Uhc Dr. GhuiVh CoiirIi NyrHp. lorilck.ta. ratea.or anv tstlmatlua. e.11 ah no influence upon her till tho approach the time when ho was a btnu of tho first tho Iudiau trilies who brao iu open reminds us that " Pity's akin to love." water, nud tho confer of a fashionable icei .pnii vi rouorciiDg unea. Dean Swilt thought that " Bread is tho of maturity. f I'lea a. rill at IM Walnut at, it set that wiped its feet on journals aud tents tho terrible winters of tho Hudson staffof life." Campbell found that 'Com-in- g die, UonatliMtlon, Hour hloinach and all itlllona Hinninnaf ii Out-doa.;.'"" ."Ai. life, muscular activity, a croup nnd Illaraaea, w""w awpuiIfootofl4llilre.t. journal hi'. Joseph Jfatlon, in Jar- - Bay territory, bronchitis, events cast their shadows before," dress that is a protection and that is not W W.rEAHODV, diphtheria nro wholly unknown; nud TV. B. SIIATTUC, OF ALL Cue Dr. Uhiui'm Liver (tare. ll.fi't l.u.n... ...vrvn'l Manager, -.. .,. a constraint, freedom from any souso ot vert U'lriazlne. what we call taking cold " might often and " Tis distance lends enchantment Cincinnati. C1T1KB OF Till! Tor Ilheumatlam, N .uralgla, Bpralna, tlrklaeo and to the view." "A thing of bounty is a being required to be an ornament to raaeongcr Agent, Lebanon, Ky be moro correctly descnlied as taking J. D. HILL, fiwelllngi aneaternal application fur manor Is from Keats. Tlio prairie dogs, peaceable citizens. hot; glowing stoves, nnd Franklin society theso are absolutely essential Lout even open tires joy forever" Vho Dr. CaiiHii'M Llulmcut. to the physical welfare of the little girl and tho only rightful owners of tho homo in a greatly aggravate sajs "God hell thoso who help themas of the little boy ; they are tho simple which their own industry has provided tho pernicious effects of an impure at- selves," and Lawrence Sterno comforts Forl'lle, Hemorrbolila, llurni, Hilula and all KENTUCKY CENTRAL fl. R. FOB MAN AND BEAST. atinllar dlaeaaw, necessities of childhood, irrespective ot thorn, are joined by two squatters tho mosphere. Tho first paroxysm of croup us with the thought that "God tempers ror mora thnn a third of a oontsrr the I Vho sex. When these are provided, iu what. snakes and tho owls. Tho dogs, being can bo promptly relieved by very sim- the wind to the shorn lamb," Dr. anii'M IMIo Olitliticiit. MoxleanSf u.taiigr I.lnlmuhnaloen 5 known to mllllono ail orer tho world na I -T- IlKUOtfTDOHRABLE ROUTE ever shape it may best bo done, nature socially disposed, not only allowed them ple remedies ; fresh air aud a rapid for- T-OFor Freah Cuta, Hum,. Ulrera and OU Dorea, the only aofo rolhuioo for the relief oil aiaitxa of wiTxtmaKa. will take care that tho physical vigor to remain undisturbed, but iu visiting accidents anil nam. Jt U ft innllnlnrl movement of tho A Boston mau, who had been roughli Itl((er-.SvTaboTB prloo and pralae tlio beat or It. I Vho Dr. faiuui'M thus developed shall be turned, at the each other nt thoir respective homes left arms, combined in urgent cases with the treated by lawyers on Hintu urtvery jotiaoieiicniaipttJnl OlllltUCIll. the witness stand, right time, as surely into tho grace cl their babies unprotected in their nests application of a And decidedly tho Popular Iloule, aOurdlng, u It h (or a piece Is agitating tho question of a law to Uho Dr.Uituii'H NIoiiiHt-l- i llKlerx duoa, leu abangoeend luperlor acivumodalloni to womanhood as into the force of man at home, not suspecting danger. Tho of flannel; to tho neck and tho upper protect witnesses from insults of counaood. Then, and only then, we shall rattlesnakes, taking a mean advantago of part of tho chest. Paregorio and A RellahUTonlc. Apretlier and Blood I'urlfier, Minonri, Iowa, Kaaiti, Texas, p sel. Ho proposes that when any suband alao turn I;;-laIndlgratlon, Lifer cease to hear complaints ot tho feeble thoir neighbors, devour Mtatanflr Liniment to wltliout nn emiat. Uotnplalot, Vlalirlal lerera and all periodical The North, North weat and Wet. In fact, If yon the cough by lethargizing ject affecting a witness' reputation bIuiII Itpeuotrate.ing lUeeaate. Manufactured and fur aalo bf lleah mid inuacln to! com. uplato a trip In any dlretthu, your Intocoat health of women. Until then wo most ono or more of the little innocents dur- tho irritability, and thus preventing the uto vory lliu contuu-nno- e bo opened in will I.. leeterMcdby purchaalog your llckaU via he shall of pain uutt lunjiininatlon ItntHx- console ourselves by theories ing their absence, and as prairie dogs dischargo ot K. C. and Cincinnati. 1 Tralo, each way 2: Pull . tho phlegm till its accumu- bo privileged to make a full explanation alble. I la tfloclaupon llumaii Fle.li ami I man Falacoeara, LUgant Now Day Cveeuee, and for the fact that other races the can't count, and as their ianiilies aro lation prcxluccs a second thollruto Crpntlnn aruetiuallv vmulinl Solo proprlrlor. Uonllcello, ky. eo-order handaoinaly furnlibad lUcllnlng Chair Can loru and for moro of tho matter, regardless of its role- tut. .IJU MU11U1U by null will tecelio luiu t attention tho tinequaled oijulpnieula of thta tlld lUllabl., usually numerous, they remain ignorant dangerous paroxysm. Africans, the Irish, the Germans Theso second at- vauoy. thereby making a trip uier thi. lino ouo olluiu-rlowhose women have retained tho un- of the foul crimes daily tuiufurt and pluaun. Try II. in tacks of croup (after the administration civilized freedom of physical growth, their midst, 'iho owl now appears as ot palliatives) aro TIMF. TAUI.E. IN EFFCCVT DLC. 31, I ML Feualk barbers aro multiplying. Tha generally tho fatal CHESAPEAKE AND Hi. supplant us whenever they come into an actor in this littlo tragio drama. Ho ones. When tho child is convalescing, sox don't scald men fast enough Liniment la nooricd rr aonu1m.1v In I in the erory houao. l.rory day brim:, now of I No. 2. Hinu, No. a. No.(. competition with us. In housowork foods upon vermin, moles, etc., but I let him beware of stimulating old way. agouy of au awful oculit ur bun, I food and tho Lvo. Cuilngtim 00 aw J 0 P u uuuuuu, ui rn.Hiuaiao iiiarfira ro I they take the widest and most profitable am informed, upon reliablo authority, overheated rooms. Do not givo aperiOOpia Kust " Falmunth 4 10 l ui Hortxl, or a T.luablo liur.a or pxl llptu sort ot a girl: Bbo A field of occupation out of our hands. that this owl is also vory fond of baby ent medicineH ; oosthenees, as mm. Cjutul.ua,. UMtu n W p u 10 09(01 wjr .mw uuuuiji yj nu U4 uu, au after" Fail. II SO a u 3 4.1 p m lOtOpu (bonitchingly) "Oh, I am so glad you As mothers and nurses thoir superior rattiesuakes, and returns tho compli-inentArr Lailnglun , 11 IS p u IUIUI It go pw effect of pleuritio affections, will soon Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Lf. Iilogloii aro going to sco me to my carriage, Mr. 11 vigor raises up a poaterity which is Mr. Suake for his kind ntteu-Ho- n yield to fresh air aud n vegetablo diet. a zu p in 10 Arr Wlnrheiier t 11 p in IMpu II tJ aui Browuol" Ho (llattered) "Indeed, to tho prairio dogs, by eating up rapidly entering into nud taking posses ' Wt Uterliog 3 01 p Ui 00 i u Ittiaui Tho only Una ruunitig ltymlur Srletye Hfonthly. 7 l p If " AtLlanJ which anocdllv curoa such nllmentji r,t an J may I ask why?" Bho "Oh, sion ot our land. Dr. Emily JUaclwell, the young snakes. Thus swift rctribu-Ho- n " iluntlngtun, "TosVui 06 p UI tho HUMAN i'l.JU us PULLMAN NEW SLEEPIN0 CABS the girls aro so jealous, aud I is dealt to this baso and ungrateful Ithoumatl.m, rltrelllniia, Ollff in Jioitun Adeertlter. Noam. No.. No. I. No.. Put one nnd one-haHotT Boai wi..wwi. want to provo that I do not monopolize wretch, who ho uuworthily occupies his uuu oruiua, a.u,, aarui.ooatiirii. Lvo. liuullugton., A woirrnv citireu of Norwich, Ct,, pails of lyo that will bear up an egg into all tho tUtui Npraliia, I'olaonoil. Ultra miiu ' AihlauJ... and J IS a men." Browne squatter quarters, iu the burrow of the NtlUKO. Ml!tti,e,, to it add eight " Alt. marling II U i iu IUIU f,, Olil your soip barrel and having decided that the house cat, by unoffending , I'roa' More, Ulcer. " Wlucheater II XI v ui t I0IU ililalua, prairie dog. 1 suppose tho pound ot melted greaso, fieo from sedi ttatlsnod, but not so happy as ho expectu ,. mi.,1 raoa hlore Nluulro. I.L Arr Uilcglou reiuuui of decrepitude and frequent fits, I opu Indeed every fonn or cilorual Ul- real truth Is that naturo has groupod ment Thin with weak lyo us it is ob ed to be. Laalugton. am illlpU 7 tt a u JiSpui LeulHTllle, rjliifliuiHd hiiiI I,rx Leo. Fatla. . was not longer u durable inmate ot tho caao. it rieai. iTitnouiacara. " 1 00 p m I Upu them together so that they may prey tained from the leauh, H ir occasionally, ULA VKItY iy UltAXtU iiiKioii, iiyM For the Uuutb CUHiTloif it cmroa Cyutblana.... lUpu IU am turam 12 family residence, administered to her a Npraliia, Hivlimy. hilir Joint,, " Kalmouth. U p m 10 IV a in SMpm upon one another, and thus prevent the The extinction of slavery in Brazil is Founder, If arne. Korea, Hoof lla- should thiuleu uud le ready for use Arr. tSotlnglon big doo of chloroform as she lay dozing It 6 11 p la 1163 a m giJpta ea..., root ltot, (Mr.tr tvorui, Ncali,a. d increase of these troublesomo iu two or three davs, proWduig tho proceeding very gradually and it will by tho fire, and then, conveying the Hollow lliiru, Wcralcbea, MAYdVILLK DIVISION. aulmals. Cor. AlUiutj Araut. Hpavlu, Tliruah, Klnguone, more tuan tiurty years to accom-pluweather is warm or the barrel stands in rigid form to a comer iu tho garden, Connecting In earn. d.wt with fait tralna lor Arr. Maya lllleliupu .! Old Norea, I'oll I'.vll, Him upon loaui tlio Hieht mid every other ailment n?"ii.i i.Tv!i?eWlrai " aaaelnilon a aaam it Emancipation began in 1870, laboriously dug a holo and buried her : byiii. Small miseries liku small debts hit us it win in place. This method makes very vain. ta vehlctt tlio occupant, of l bo No.ll1' MiTirlll.HeOnm " LaalugtongMpaa Mtablo and Mtock larU are liable. therein, and planted a rosebush above in no many place, aud meet us at so lood soup aud it is u saving of time, but there are still 1,600,000 bondmen in Tlio H.ilcau ftguatauic g.Illluk.ne alway cure, ami liuvtr dlauniHjtuUj her. The next morning "Tabby" was many turns and corners, that what they titruiigth and fuel, which is gufllclt-n- t to the country. No,runa dally and haa daycoachta The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan- cinnati to Waalilngton, Fullmao Bleeiiera from CinaJauts,pcwlUri)ly, U Kaa a. found sitting on the window-sill- , purring want in weight thoy mako up in num- justify ouo iu thiowiug nwuy tho scraps, wba ralla. W Va and llecllulcg Chair Car to Loi. A mine is a holo iu tlio ground. Tho ville, Norfolk, lugton Hiupt ouly at ilatlona on at. ti K.K. her wishesto lie let in to breakfast. ber, and render it less hazardous to which may pot be ipiito so thoroughly discoverer of it is a natural liar. Tho holo wberatliuola ileen. No. 2 tuna dalle, hhm 'tried out," us in the old method. As iu tho ground and the liar oomblno and bunday; ha through coacbea to stuud tho fire ot ouo ball than a All Virginia and North Carolina run, dally, .tcept Hundayi baalluniloaton. No. OF ALL through coach.a 1'LuN FlICIT PUDDLHO. To O&a Cup volley compobcd of camion shower the lxwit list) they call Ihi Uuuu to the , tolll bt.rllog parlor car to "aatillo. No. 0 share and truu foohu such a of Points. ruu,li of gruted bread crumbs add oue cup of bullets, put to is to throw them to tho hens ! u" eauiuay coacu iron waahlog- For ttckeia and lurlher Infuruatlon. aM.lr Io ton. Fullmao hlaeper from Kanawha Fall, aud tlioy will repay j on. ueetrjiiilk, oue beaten &, half cup parlor can from Leilogioa to Cincinnati. Only as All diae&atg reaulllng from yournearett ticket oltice.or addrea. ' itir.0 Itul. Noa. an.l a viiti,l.ll ..;.. u.... Wb aro firm believers iu tho maxim bjxxmful ot butter and of sugar, oue nervous dtbllitv, mental anxiety, degress d?'".?aj!,T., th';f' wacbM from Huntington 1AMIMV. KHKNT, TiuiikS is a mau in New York who ion of spirit li7hM.t.'.'",.UD1fci Wractconn.cllooat oue and one-hacup ol chopped rai- that, for all right judgment of any man Uanl.WMt.ruAg.nl. and functional derangement of Uwr.nt,bur.kr 31U W. Mnlu Nl can perform miraoles. Let VAX OX HAW, and VarillKK,! nervous gyttem, cured by German Iovlgo-rato- r. sins aud currauts. Bake half an hour or thing, it is useful, nay essontfol, to claim ho see his good qualities btfora pronounc- him try to iuu u doily iu a weekly (own, 0, W.BGNDEK, gee advertltement. 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