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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 25, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883052501_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 25, 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. gtemi I VOLUME X.-NUMBBR Haito lufefii iwifttal y 510. The Thompson Trial STANFORD, KY.f FRIDAY, MAY lotrardce el Suicide. Scarcely n day goes by without n Btiicido or two. Statistics show that self destruction has almost Inken tho form of an epidemic, and sooth to say, it is on tho increase rather than on tho decreruo. There is something so utterly rclfish in suicido that one can not help mingling contempt with pity for tho wretch who has committed it. Hnmlot wns In doubt as to tho nobility of suffering in silent for titudo on earth rather thnn flying to tho other world for rest nnd doubtful relief from tho ills that flesh is heir to. Shnkspcaro preached a homily on this theme in an uncertain strain; not so tho poet philosophers of moro ancient nnd modern date. Massingcr wrote that "He's not valiant that dares to die, but ho that nobly bears calamity." Martial slated that tho coward sneaks to death; tho bravo lives when all tho blandishments of lito aro gone; nud Darley calls self- slaughter a poor soiiled piece of hero ism. Even old Aristotlo condemned suicide, and urged that it was coward ice to shun the trials and crosses of lifo and to seek refuge from them in death. All tho wisdom of tho riper sages cries out agninst fclo do sc, nnd every body admits unreservedly that tho married man who puts a period to his miserable existence and leaves his wife nnd helpless children to battle with tho world ho dared not face, was too mean to livo nnd too despicablo to mourn. Philadelphia Item. The Great Red Spot, 25, 1883. DARBYS NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 150. W. P. WALTON. T. - Editor and Proprietor R. WALTON, U13 Butinitt Manager iT i'nbtlihed Trirmfdin nnil fYfifrry, i& J 8a.no I'jait trp'usailnn'l miiJ V- annum. stamps In psymtnt of to maka chant, ami then of IhrMfrnli. r sr--- - jL a y( Curious Intention. An invention ilciigncd for uso in Sunday-tclioolli just being completed bjrN. 1 Harper, tho colored lawyor of Louiivillo.which ii intended to ndd muchlto tbe interest of Hundayrcbool work. Tho invention is on automat- io register, bearing tho rcscmblrtnco cabinot organ, which of a largo-sizeAiencli iU In front of tho school. It begins to look now as if tho husroom band, who standi beforo tho world as scholar enters tho Sunday-schoo- l ho goes directly to tho register, draws n homicide and tho destroyer of his of on wife's peace of mind, did so upon the n knob resembling n draw-st- op organ, and instantly his number avowment of n femrtlo whoso previous upon a littlo disk at tho top of lifo does not entitle her to credit. The the register. Thcso numbers run from language of wife tho injured onojo two hundred and forty, and can bears tho stamp of sincerity, whijo the be used in n school ot any size. Ono cool aunrnnco of tho marplot show sidoot tho register is for boys and tho her to bo not at all discomposed by other lor nirli. and lv this means tho her uncnviablo notoriety. Atlanta scholar has not only tho pleastiro of Constitution. registering his own attendance, but The atatrmrnt tint 1'hll Thompson wan the number of persons in attendance, (on rul not Rtillty of the murder of Walter male and femalo, can 1m seen by any Davis will not strke the reailing publlo in one at any timo during tho session of the nature of newa. The trill was raerelt profenna, a cTcryboilj knew whit the the school. A curious fcaturo about tprdlct wouM lf. The Judicial inTealljra-tio- n is that at tho same of the can? hn thrown no new Hglit A Lovnrt Won iiv Stiutkoy. A timo a pupil registers his attendanco n ution the wrrlchnl affair, ami winy will haudiome Senorita went to ono of the reward card drops from a minaturo retain their tint formed opinion of it. . tower upjn n littlo desk just in lront Ilia trial, if not tribulation, recti I the beat photographcis in Madrid lately of him and he taku it up nnd goes to rcinarlt of Cot. W. O. Ilrndley about Ebe to havo her picturo taken. When the Heat, of Garrard county. "Set U posturo was all settled, nnd tho cloth his class. At tho operating baso is nuer not a had man," aaid the proud wearer of arranged littlo receptacles for class a "300" medal, "hut he has been a little was about to bo drawn, tho artist collections, so that if desired tho per- unfortunate. In Net, he has killed Are threw a last glanco at his subject nud, son registering cau at tho samo timo men and wounded aa manr more-h- ut he to his consternation, found that sho it a Terr clerer fellow." Cincinnati Newn was holding a pistol to her head. deposit his class collection in tho "What are you doing?" he cried; "you which bolungs to bis class. Journal. A Dentist tttls a Queer Story. will not shoot yourself, it would ruin Two banners one for boys the other "Why," said n prominent dentist to my husincxf; besides U would be for girls aro made to operato to a series of twelve numbers on each side a Journal reporter, "n beautiful young wicked to mar so lovely a face." "Do of tho register, by which tho Superin- lady carao to mo and insisted on hav- not ba afraid," sho replied; "I have tendent cau arntugo tho banner schol- ing her really lino teeth pulled out no thought of spoiling tho original of ar at any number ho desires. When and fftWo ones put in their placo. I ono of your best pictures; but ray that number is registered n little stall protested that ifwonld be foolish, sil Iovo has left me, aud I'm going to is released ami a beautiful attendance ly, eentoloie; but bIio said no, eho send him my photograph in this posbanner is seen up three feet above the would havo them out, and if I would ture, with the messago that I'll fire if top of tho register. Mr. Harper is not do it, some other dentist would. ho doei uot return to mo." A few 'My teeth aro not fashionable,' said weeks after, the photographer bad going to get out a patent. she; 'they nro too long and short; little tho pleasure of taking tho portraits of Wibttti't Real Last Words. broad tcclli,iiko corn kernels, aro nil a young married pair without tho At wo have heard tho story from n the fashion now, and no ono admires pistol. Madrid Letter. distinguished Massachusetts divine, my mouth, and I will have them.' So and as ho said ho heard it from ono Tho following aro tho duties as conI mado her tho teeth and they cost ot tho attending physicians, "I still her just 8300. Sho couldn't eeo any tained in tho now tarifi bill, upon live," were not Webster's last words, ono fur two weeks afterl pulled outlier cereals and their product: Wheat, 20 but next to his last. For days he had own. Thoy wero tho uppor oues only cents per bushel; ryo and barley, 10 been kept alive by frequont doses of and I mado them up with gold plates cents per bushel; barley malt, per brandy, his favorito nnd almost exclufor n handsomo young fellow who had bushel of thirty four pounds. 20 cts: sive beverage for years. His bed wat. his own knocked out in a baeo ball Iudian corn or maize, 10 cents per surrounded by affectionate and anxgame. Tho worst of it is that he is bushel; pats, 10 cents per bushel; corn ious watchers. As tho vital spark in iovo witii this very girl whose teeth meal, 10 cents per bushel of forty- went flickering out, ono of tho attendA ho wears, nnd she knows they are hcr'o. eight poumh; oat meal, cent per was about ants at tho bed-si- de flour, J cent per pound; Just pouder on that." Now York jwund: ryo to put aome moro of tho beloved liwheat flour, 20 per centum ml wifo- Morning Journal. quor between his lipi, nnd tho physirem; potato or corn March, 2. couls Electricity tor Balking Horses. cian interposed, saying: "It is all If is thought that a uow euro has per pound; rico stnrch, 2i cento per over ho . i dead." Then Webster pound; other starch, 2i cents per been discovered lor balking horses by opened his great solemn oyes nnd tho application of electricity. A gen- pound; rice, cleaned, 2i cents per faintly whispered, with his last expircents perpound; tleman of Baltimore, who had n horse pound; unclcaucd, ing, flutteritg breath: "I still livo paddy. 1 cents per pound; rice flour subject to balking, placed nn clectrio mere brandy" 20 per cent ad valorem per pound. his It is a pity, perhaps, to destroy any battery, with an induction coil, in hor-eonnd ran tho wires to tho Sentimust and Reality. Thia is popular illusion which is crcdilnblo to buggy, bit nnd crupper, nnd as soon ns tho timo of yonr when tho boy dove human nature. Hut tho truth is moro tho horso camo to a standstill the cur sidles up bcaido tho littlo leaden colorprecious even than faith; aud thnt rent was turned on, nnd after tho ed maiden of his tribe, nnd talks of this is tho truth about Webster's dying horso wns relieved of his Bhock, it is picnicing nud making stick nests. utterance, wo havonomnnner of doubt ho proceeded without showing And this ia about tho same timo of 11m last words wore "More brandy!" aid, any disposition to balk, Tho samo tho year that tho silly 1 ittlo thing lisand ho only said "I Bill livo" that he might get it. And tho real, sober application was successfully inndo to tens to him aud finds herself packing truth about his death h not without a horse who indulged in cribbing, rod worms and corn grains to her litwhereof he was soon cured through tlo bower-hiddehome, whilo tho old Buflalo Express. its lesson, cither. tho unpleasantness , of tho electric mail sits in tho sun on the Carter Count. shock. Thoso who havo balking or with his crnw full of stolen wheat, ncd Tho republicans of Carter county cribbing horses may give tho forego- coos aud moans as though ho had culhave, among other things, adopted tho ing a trial. tivated livo acres iu tobacco and twen following resolution: Tho bloody chasm that has so long ty in corn. Jletohed, That wo condemn tho no tion of tho fcJtato udministratiou in yawned between Ohio an Kentucky Tho Bath (Mo.T aV7tells of a sending State troops to Grayson dur- may ba regarded ns not only biidgcd, lady in that city who is only about ing tho Neal and Crnlt trial in Febru- but filled up and sodded over with thirty, years old, and in her short life blue-gra- ss sward. Lust week tho she has- beeu struck by lightninc ary last, aud quartering them upon citizens ill timo of pence. It was nn "Hourbon" domocrnoy of our once es- twice; has been on tho train when it ofTeuso and insult to tho pooplo of tranged sister State nominated wus attacked by robbers once; has soldiers, been, apparently drowned twice; nb- over Carter county, aud trentin;; with contempt the action of its beat citizens iu aud yesterday tho grand cotumandcry ducted twice and mot with numerous convention assembled, who voted the ordored every Knight Templar in tho accidents with horses, nnd still sho is universal sentiment, in resolutions Stato to contribute $1 to tho Garfield bale and hearty. In addition to tho lady's othor troubles she has been adopted, that thero would bo no in- monument fuud. This last net the strawberry mark on tho arm nearly forced iuto hu unwilling terference iu fg y with tho proceed Jt iuga oft lie court. It was nn imposi- of our long lost sitter, and our ariusj Smpkowjll soon bo- at a pre'miyra tion upon tho tux payers of this Com- aro flung wido opon to receive as mu monwealth, necessitating the expend uy of her pretty daughters as cau'rusl From 2,800,000 cubio feet of smoke Uincinnati Wows Jour. given out by say 1,000 cords of wood, itu'reof ii largo amount of inouoy to into tliem. no good purpose. Miss Had io Miller, of Myersvillo, it is Buid 12,000 pounds .of acetato of Aftor the dust has beeu thoroughly Somertot county, Pa., wishing to dis- lime, 200 gallons of alcohol, and twenty fivo pouuds of tar may bo obbeaten out of carpets, nnd thoy nro gust her father with tho country Exchango. she desirod a residence in the tained. tacked down again, thoy can bo brightened very much by scattering city, played tho part oi a ghost for a All ditwfwi resulting from as corn meal'inixod with coarso salt over week. She had nearly scared tho nervous debility, mental anxteir. decrees- them, and then sweeping ft all off. old folks into movfug, when sho was ion of spirit and functional dcrangewont of . Mix tho salt and meal io equal pro. detected. She is uow pining in a ro ner pii arsis ui, cured 1 German Jnvff-orator. gee advertisement, Tor salo by formatory. portions. Fenny ft McAIUter, ap-pea's n barn-comberal 3 jnar-riHgo. - Thompson, on very doubtful ovl' dendo of impropriety botweon his wifo and the murdered man, sought out his victim and in cold blood shot him down. No wonder immigration to this titato is so slow, when crimes liko this go unpunished, and when Judges express from tho bench their sympathy for tho murderers Warsaw In (lepentcnt. Thompson was not justifiable in1 proceeding upon sodespcratoa mission upon the basis which governed him. Ho had abandoned bis wifo weeks be fore on account of her dissipated hab its, nnd hor conduct should not havo further concerned him. Whether convicted or not ho has added a shad ow to his own existenco and to inno cent parties which ho will novcr escape. Howling Green Gazette Astronomers aro speculating as to tho meaning of the great rod spot ro ccntly seen on the surface of the plan ct Jupiter. It is computed to bo thirty thousand miles long by six to eight thousand miles wide. Tho matter has been discussed at tho various meetings of scientists in this country nnd Europo, and the general irapres sion teems to be that by somo commo tion, a portion of the atmosphero of tho planet has been temporarily diss! paled, thus showing a section of its surface Tho opinion has long that Jupiter is as yet a hugo molten mass, which is gradually cooling off, and which, in countless ages, may develop land and water, and, in tinip, lite, similar to that now existing on this globe. Speculations about tho distant planets aro very fascina ting to students of astronomy, but ns yet tho facts in our possession aro vo-rfew. So far ns discovered, however, whilo lifo, as we know it, probably exists on Venus and Mars, thero is no trnco of it in Jupiter, Saturn nnd tho other mighty planets still moro distant from tho aun. Demo rest's Monthly. d y PROPHYLACTIC FLUJD. A IIoiinrlioM WALL PAPER! TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, .A.T I AHIfli. for Universal l'ainll tin. Knr Hrarltt nnil iTjplinM I'dTiri, Eradicates HALAMA. Ml Cnntng-lnttlh Sick ihoulj li new brtn liv wn ration, Vlrrraleil ISoreTlirnat.Sinnll Pol, Mrmlen, nnd Dl.rn.ct, fenom wuilns on It frttly I !rlihtlirrln, Kail-- taici oi j'lpnincna wat iJ Yellow Kcrw hni lx.en lureJ with u anT Mack mlt liail taken ilacc. lh wont h. pr Scarkt n- - ihr FhilJ IctTu M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S Druggists nnd laookscllcrs, Opora Houso Block, Stanford; Xy. 71cm IU 11 Iiupuro Air ruck lurmlrtl nl purified SMALL-IOI"eTrreIndSlckI'er. anna rtfmhcd and and Ilnl Hon liferent. riTTINil nfSmnll r1 ,h .L'i'l,.,18 wl,h i'ox I'ltKvisrruu I)jtbv Fluid X HoR Whit Coinnlpx. ," ay n utc. anii tecur-rfih In Fnrrr Dtreventtd. " "I " "J" lha FnrH.rnTlir.mt I. I.i, Small pn I ,u"). .""' P"""' cure tun t jHirinoa, wm not Contagion dwtroyc! For Frottnl rirt, I?"?1' and w; .bout asaln In three Chllblalna, lMlna, dialing., rte. "? J ' .7. Y; j""" cured. Am inltcrcfmyrira- - ld 7' "l """" ' ""ladilpWa. asmriw PHABMACtSTS -- To jnirirjrthc llrmtlip Clean no thoToftli It can't be iurtaid ami Catarrh Diphtheria Proventcd. The Tihrf.lflin htyrm I)trbH Fluid rcry u nenn An Kr;ilrla cured. ntl u rn relieved 11 cured. (&f&w jmu''t&v-f5ryz ""-- " ' 7C- Onion Parties. At Creston, in this State, onion parties aro all tho rage now. Six young ladies take an onion with them into a room, and one of them takes a bite of it. Then a youuL' man is admitted, and after kissing all of them, if he fail to tell which ono bit the "inynn," why then all tho girls are compelled to kiss him, or ho is compelled to kiss all of them we forget which. Tho play will havo a big run there if tho onions hold out. A chromo goes with tho play: "Married men," it is said, "are not admitted to tho game. They aro too keen on tho ccent. What a married man does not recollect saying to his wife at least once, 'confound it, you'vo been Des Moines eatin' onions againl" Register. The Now York World says: "Tho democrats of Kentucky yesterday nominated Hon. J. Proctor Knott for Governor. His principal opponent, Thomas L. Jones, is a most excellent man but Proctor Knott, by reason of bis great ability, his geniality, his ability and Iovo of flno hor-bcis a representative Kentuckian, nnd his popularity is unbounded. Ho quit going to Congress in order to raako tho raco for Governor, and we aro glad that his ambition is in a fair way to be crowned." story-telling s, In the treat- mentof Uiphlhem A Itj Antidote tmcnibon, Ala or Vegetable J'uiwm, TWOr dried ttp. aiinc, etc. I 1 Uietl the frluld riurinir our present aOlicti'm with UlcrM punticd and healcl Scarlet Fever with de cided ad van t ace It i In rnflpcf.rnrnt.ilt fthouhl te ted about lodupentable to th sickroom, th Wm. F Samo-roiIt will Eyrie, Ala. prevent any unpleasant tmell lritnt?rrcuirtl ou ml healed rapidly Hcurvjr cured. iiuU prcrcntcu f A y c.V.-vQS'- i atch XT D Drugs, 7Vi' ' f Books, Stationery and Fanov Artiolcs. Alan rhjsjdsns' i.rfKilritlons arcnrately roeiiounJel. for Animal (&&. Jatt&L-aW- V?s' 's the Lowest. ?,VKy';,Mi Ever brought to tbls market "' Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry tc Sllrcruarc' Price Losrer than Watches, Clocks and Jewelry on short nolle and Warranted. I Scarlet Fever I 1 V Cured. w.,-;.- j, 1 SIMS, M. II., New York, lay "I an convinced rrnf Dirb) l'mphvlartir HuU Ii a valuable disinfectant," - The rnilnrnt Tltr lrl.in,.I.MAKIOX Groceries, Provisions, &c., AT WHOLJESALE AND RETAIL. AdlTl. I testify to of l'rof. Darbys l'rophylarlic Fluid As a disinfectant and detergent it is both theoretically and practically superior to any preparation with which I am N T LirroH, Pr f Chemistry ff f .. llnlvaMlla ..annviiir, the most eicellent qualities m Strangers, N. Y., Jos. LkConts, Columbia, Trof .Unlrersity.S.C. A-University, c Kev. t,ag. V. l'lcxca, llishop M. Church. Darby Iliilc! I lir lion. Alixanuer II StBnirtNS.of Georgia Ker. Cum. F Dints, D.D., Church of tho EH. G. BRIGHT. STANFORD, Si. Asaph Block. ft" INniSPENRAIlLi: TO llvnilY IIOMI1. l'erfectly eitemally for Man or lfcait. harmless Used internally or --Stock of K!T-- , CignrH, The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we have abundant evidence that It has done even thing here claimed. For fuller Information get of yot Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors, Manuficturinir Chemists. Desires to call attention to tbe Large and Comprehensive Groceries Provisions Confectioneries, Tobacco, Which he keeps always on band. Mike a specialty ot Handling Goods Goods delivered within town limits free of clisrgc. Ac, J. ir. zkili.v PHILADELPHIA. co., at Wholesale on Small Trodta. "Though Lost to Sight, To Memory Dear." Tho following is a simple mode of rendering water almost as cold as ice. Let tho jar, pitcher or vessel used for water bo surrounded with one or more folds of coarso cotton, kept constantly wet. Tho evaporation of tho water will carry off the beat from the inside and reduce it to a freezing point. In India and other tropical regions whero A traveler down tho "Suwanco ice can not bo procured this is very Riber" says that that song renowned San Francisco Chronicle. common. stream is the most beautiful in all Our young ladies "can uot be ex- Florida. It ii tranquilly beautiful, celled in quantity and quality of work flowing smoothly, evenly nnd rapidly done." They not only empty their to tho sea botween banks clad with "sticks," but tako impressions, correct tall cypress, livo oak and evergreen proof, in short do all oi the office shrubbery. It is ever soft and grace work save running tho press in print- ful in outlino and curve. ing the paper. One of the neatest Philadelphia has another Sunday pieces of "job work"over done in this paper which is called 2Vnri, a popular county was done wholly by our junior title low, publishers hoping that if "dovil" last week. Durant Educa- their ventures aro crushed to tho rarth tional Journal. they may rise again. Mr Howells begins the sixth part Three factories iu tho United States of "A Woman's Reason," in tho Juno consumo nearly two million eggs a Century, with this apothegm: "Tho year iu making tho peculiar kind of character of no man is fixed till it paper U90d by photographers kuown has been tried by that of tho woman as albumen paper. ho loves. Till then ho has only tho An old Georgia lady of great ex materials of character, and they are bo ehaped nnd ordered as now-l- y perience, says that children born on all to as if he had never had them be- the decrcoso of tho moon aro more apt to he girls aud thoso on tho full fore." Tho present is a good timo to collect tho bones scattered about tho premises, break them up and bury them near tho roots of fruit trees or grape vines. If tho bodies of half tho worthless dogs owned iu the country could bo similarly plautcd,they would be oi much moro service thau their animated carcasses aro ubovo ground. moon aro boys. Tho Tewksbury tannery of negro skins and tho graded school system, as stirred up in Massachusetts, nro distracting public attention to a painful extent from the proper contemplation of tho bloody "shirt," and wo don't see why Senator Hoar haa not been furnished with tho wardrobe of the late Eliza Pinkston. It must have been bequeathed to him. The "visiting statesmen," too, have sadly neglected tho concession of proper posthumous honors to poor Eliza, whoso soul went unshrived of perjuries they prescribed for her utter-anc- o into tho presenco of nn outraged God. A proper Ufo of Eliza Pink-ston- 's sweet memory would bo eminently proper just now. The honry Mr. Hoar has been hoarding it long enough. Up with tho bloody shirt and down with the Tenesbury tannery! Araericau Register. hot-house A. OWSLEY & SON, -- DEALERS IN- - Harclware and Groceries, Glassware, Queensware, "Wooden and Willowwaro, and Tinware, Stoves, Grates Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, Salt, Lixiio, Comont, Field Seeds, Flows and Farming: .Implements. Call and soo the genuine Hamilton Plow . OPERA ZHZOTTSDE BXjOOIC. WE ARE READY -- WITH- Men's, Boys' -- & Children's CLOTHING! X3NT ABUNDANCE BIGE. WAIN & ,.vat ASSORTMENT MAGNlFICENf! Correct Styles and Low Prices. CD. W. P. Jobson, Louisville, says. "I tried Brown's Iron Bitters as ji tonio and found it to be all it m rccommen tied to be' The American Bell Telephone Company has, it is said, erected 2,000,000 tuilca of overhead wire during the past year. WARD WILDER'S ViVir ( il t. i . Fs.sr aud Ague, Inlermlllsnt Fastr, Dumb Ajut, Pjipspill, Uar Complalat, ladigishon, Cal'a and Flua. It will Curo Coiti.snsn. It U A taio AlWrativa '"i'i Ton.o u m.U anil OsIijMful Invlgorsnt tot Osllcslo VVomsn, a powcrlul rvcupo-- n i altar iIjl Immo liua Ufi. debllltatod aud reduced by sickness, ai excellent appetizer, .i'.. (one to lte dittesUt e urtan'. preu'iita Malaria, biswea up tbe ijrstem, strengthen j tho portal eirruUUou aud vkara ibo wholo animal cronouiy from tho seeds oi diaeacc. Tbo tUxhtcat uuark oi teTec tuay Iw a nlud to tho wont, and the remedy that would conquer It nhibt It y U Vt It) lt oowiiOiD(t. may be oi no value when It Is at its full development, rartlcu-Urlarour.il vthoru tbo pestiferous Inllpenri) of Malaria clUigJ In la tbla Use east with tin fortiiof Dumb Chills, Brow Agu, Psluful Splsan, aad Wask Stomach. Kir tba iiirv r all tbe above Diseases this rreiaratlou atanda unrivaled, and lis good mid in ni.n i t i ffii Ik an ait. .ted by tbousan Ja, and It it recunuuenOed aJllo by tho ablest in. 'Inal n.n ur.d "- uliMry ' IBirt' ' i n-- be conrtnetd of IU wonderlul rower and beuefl-il- al ' '' '" TRY IT, a'et- - PILES I PILES! PILES I Dakota, in addition to her spring wheat crops, has May snow storms, of 7r. Ilemliiu' Ai'ir UUeovrvu for M rrwftlln which she should be proud. When 1'llen It a radical cltaazo from the tho result of tieretofuia Iu use. TIm DUeoicry Is aud Tex v.srscf rtlMit'tlutlDstul7 aft) lumtlgatlou Dakota takes tuuiTNobraska Tuevu-vId- c as beiiin to sueezo, and soon the old Iuto too character f till paUlul dims. you vl Its groat uioflt, aail ftu IVuuy 4 Me- sturm king is blowing his noso iu a Allster.bluiford.or W. M. Welwr, Mt. Vernon, spring influenza nil ovor tho country. and grl a sauipla lex fren el liarg. ,oa John Bright, alleged Inventor of a colebratod diseaso of tho kidneys, sits up drinking cold tea and smoking cigars untll.2, o'clock iu tho morning. Dr. John E. Davis, Louisville.ssvs; uuHoceittlti than las uw uf TntrtiliuothlD llruwu'a Exiwctorant fur a Mine teuli. wulcu (VuMuiplkw of will ultimate!- - lad If not cured. II taVeu whui tin Is first cou'rai4ed ale doses will lourluco jouvr III limits, ror aala by IVnuy A McAUtlar, Wan-foraud W. I. Weber. 111. Vtrtwu. tilings W. ItlUliu, ofllluo MoutiJ, HI., wiliea euroJ htm ot a aairro tbilHiuwu'aEipccUraut I or aalo by cold after ttetj thing ebe bad failed Penny AMcAlUttr, Stanford, and W. M Weber, Ml, Yerooo, "I recommend Brown's Iron Bitters, for rhoiimatism or ueuralgia, with ve- TOMACH BITTERS MMas'aMsMsHsTssasasVts'Ws ry satisfactory results." For Halo In Httmfortl lv l'oimy Jb MoAllutur. ""! -nominee for Stato Senator from this district, Maj. Fcr dinand D. IUgnoy, of Caeoy, was born fn that county G2 years ago. Ho a lair common school education and until tho beginning of tho Mexican war followed tho quiet lilo of a farmer, when ho volunteered and went in Capt. E. A, Graves' company to tho sccno of conflict. Ho fought through tho war as n privato and at its closo to his Kentucky homo. In 1819, when tho California gold fever raged, ho, with Mr. Gcorgo Iliffe, of this county, and others work Tub democratic FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE STANFORD, Friday Morning, xMtAiHia K"X". miia i-oi- tt. : It 1 : r K w l.h t Daijston, K. U Maj "Hi, 83 Vitr tnlrrhr "Now he trill capture London," oar EDITOR some enthusiastic friend, reading my last W. P. WALTON, letter, and the glorious tiding of "what Ood hath wrought" in Hoxton. The kind Republican Contention. "with I Mher to the thought," and It It $310. The following dispatch from Cant. casv to forget that Iondon haa a populaMrs. 1.8. Warren, who hss been visit (leo. II. McKinnoj to. tho editor of tion ofowr millioni term hurulrttl ihonnanth. ing friends In Louisville, returned WednesI suppose there are thousands of people tins paper guvo tu tho first nows yesday. Mr J. B. Nichols, of Rockcastle within 500 yard of Hoxton Hall who do terday morning from tho republican ia in town. Mrs. Wm. Bell and Mrs. Geo. not know that a meeting la going on there, convention: Logan, of Shelbyvitle, aro visiting the and who perhaps never will. A Lkxinotox, Mar 24 On the sixth lal-lo- t, family of Col. James Fisher. Mrs, Fsnnle dropping on the IxMsm of tho Atlantto Ik Col. T. Z. Morrow, of Somerset, m ed their way through tho western reRobertson, of Helton, Mo., Is visiting her gions on horseback and in wagons, but the apteal idmlle I can recall to describe nominated for Governor. father, Mr. Thomas Llllard. She was ac the swallowing up of one individual life Tho Convcntioa was called to order they wcro not of thoso who struck it In this companied by her sister, Miss Henrietta vortex of humanity . This la the with uncovered head; his places of worship -- ATWednesday by Judgo Goorgo Denny, rich nnd'thoy camo back after n year tnanvanl side of the question, and It la not are "among the tombs" instead of apart Llllard, who has been In Missouri for some months. Mr. W. M, Sheeler, of Wells-vlllin tho absenco of Mr. Berkelc, the or two. During tho lato unpleasantto be Ignored. Then there la the GoJimrd from everything bearing death's hateful Pa , and Mr, James M. Bpcer, of Chairman of tho Stato Central Com ness ho was a Major in the Federal ar- ride and that la the one I delight to con- stamp upon it, nay, the temples are more are at the Clemens I louse. like tombs than temples and too often are mittee, tvho introduced Air. Culbcrt my and served his country with dis template, whero human weakness and In- significance ! toil sight of, almoit, In the only burial places for souls; yet with all Senatorial Cjnrention. son as temporary Chairman. A pray tinction for two years. After tho war full knowledge of divine power and lore. this and more true, whenever it comes to The Senatorial Convention ordered for er was offered and "Nearer my God to ho was elected to tho Legislature from "All the test, this Israel In eclipse will let. all power In HeaTen and on earth" la the 22d May, to nominate a democratic FOK- Thee" sung by a gleo club. A color- Adair county, whero ho was then liv- committed to our Jesus, and then la the men know where he stands. He is like the candidate fdr the State Senate to fill the ed brother by the namo of Scroggins ing and n fowy cars ago having returned full warrant for saving as Paul did, "I can darkey, who on being called before the vacancy occasioned by the death of Sena was made temporary Clerk. Tho va- to Casey he was again elected a mem- do alt things thro' Christ which strength- church for lying and stealing, when full tor Robert Blaln, metal the e proof was given of bis guilt confessed all, rious committees wcro appointed and ber of that body from that county and ened me." And I do believe with all my in Stanford, at 1030 and was called lo or saving: "Yes bred'ren, It ia trust I did der by the District Chairman, Col. W. (1. the body adjourned till 3 r. M. On Rutscll, serving both terms with cred- heart tlm the gospel I am now preichtug steal and I did lie; but dere's one ting I Welch, who suggested that the formallly will, In time, move the whole of thia great it to himself and acceptably to tho assembling, Bradley, re Goodloe, hab left an' I'll nebber gib it up; I'se got city. To this end I labor in joy and of a temporary Chalrnun he dlstwnsed with He knows the run of legisla- but I am not to ignore the difficultieshope; my religion yit." . Swopo and Morrow amused tho crowd people that and a permanent Chairman named withSuch as Oliver Plows. Melkle and Avery Doublo Shovel, and the BriakJey And so Parliament, for all England de'with speeches, pending tho report of tion and will no doubt make a useful He in the way, and the possible delays that out further delay. It was agreed to and Taming and Single and Double Shovel nnd Harrow combined. the committees. The permanont or- member of the Senate Ho is a life- - lie between the present and the crowning clared last Friday night. There were men nominations being called forS. A. Walton, no iarmer inouia oe witnout it. ganization was effected by the election long, true bluo democrat, a man cWvictory. Caleb and Joshua, as they bore voting on the question ol questionable mor- Esq , proposed the name ol Dr. Jennings als, men of loose lives and looser principles, Price, who was elected without opposition. of Hon. Walter Evans, as Chairman, strict integrity and ho will do his du back the famous bunch of Khcol graiw, Deists, Unitarian, what not. But when it Dr. Price waa found after some delay, and and the good report of the goodly land, did and then tho committee on resoldtions ty as he sees it, .conscientiously and not deny nor ignore tho giants that with- came lo allowing an Atheist, llk'e Mr. on taking the chair thanked the convenreported a string near a milo and a well. Judging frwn tho manner in stood Israel's progress; hut fared tho to alt with them, it mattered not fact, tion for the unexpected honor conferred on half long. Thoy reaffirm tho decla which ho was supported in tho pri looked it full in the face and then beyond that the great Prime Minister was for it. him and said he always felt proud to pre ration of principles set forth at Chica maries, ho will receivo the full demo- them to Jehovah, boldly cried out to the His own party doggedly turned their backs side over even half a dozen democrats in go, in 1880, declare for better free cratic vote, which will insure his elec- wavering cowards: "Fear not the people of on his logic, unanswerable as it was, for council. On motion of Col. Welch, the Israel in them took fright and no hu W. P. Watton, waa then made Secty., and schools and compulsory education; for tion and a redemption of tho district. tho land; for they are bread for ti; for their defense ia departed from them, and the man speech could convince them that in Mr. It. it. Tomlinson moved that a e an adjustment of the tariff to provide voting for the second reading of the affirm is rather encouraging to Colonel LORD ia with us. Fear them not." Mayflold from each county be named for a Com- And sufficient revenue and afford a reason- Morrow to reflect that tho republican And I write these words hoping they ation bill they were not voting against God. mittee on Credentials. Col. Welch suggesable protection to industries without candidates for Governor in Kentucky may gain ua some true and tried one, who And so they plainly told the world that ted that said committee be dlsensed with, being oppressive and for a new Con- aro taken care of so handsoraoly by will aid us in this campaign against the whatever had been given up and whatever which was carried and he then moved that Tho Jowol Raugo Cook Stovos, StopStovos, Tin Cagos, Barbod waro, stitution and for the encouragement of tho administration. Harlan was mado devil in England, on grounds that will in- charges could be substantiated, they would a call of counties for nominations be made Annoalod Wiro, keep their "religion." It is another em- When Casey county waa called, Mr. Hamimmigration by tho enactment and en- Supreme Judgo and Evans, Commis- sure victory. We need as many as we can phatic chapter In Lime, Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, &o. A general stock of Orocerlss, the history of this won- ilton Elder nominated Maj. K. I). RIgney forcement of just laws. Sympathy sioner of Internal Revenue and no get and wo long unspeakably for them Wooden, China and Glassware. of those who know how to wait patiently derful race, who are what they are because and Garrard county, through Mr. S. A. is extended to Ireland, to catch the doubt tho Col. is already building air away back yonder, in a age, Walton, seconded il. On the call of Linon the LORD "and never give up for a Irish vote; a demand k mado for frco castles to occupy in the sweet byo and- - moment until they get the desire of their one mantras true to Ood. And God blessed coln county Col.Welch aroe and said lhat him and kit tted forever. Frenchmen Judge W. O. Hansford's name would not tobacco; Gov. Blackburn and his ad- bye. But tho signs of the times are hearts" according to the sure promise. One of our very dearest friends, in a let- wouldn't have done what Englishmen did be placed before the convention, but he ministration is scored with a vengeance; that ho has like "old Dan Tucker, last Friday night. They do not mind be- was authorized to say lhat no man In the the condition of tho penitentiary is comes too late to get his supper," for ter received this morning, tells how impa- ing called Atheists. A Briton would" for- district would give a more cordial support tiently and with waning courage she wait condemned and tho system of hiring unless something is dono for him by ed to hear of our getting to work. How feit his Prime Minister's favor, or cut oil of the uomineo of the meeting than the Inorder logrt ronlrolotlhelt and rjil popular lino ol Agrkullunl out convicts denounced as a reproach. Arthur, his chances aro slim. The hope began to die out, when week after his monarch's head, rather than give up his Judge himself. He then moved that Maj Vehicle, and aln In order to ensbl rue to purehaw la surU iuanllilp aa to lanJtiaenU and limit. Urmtau. A big hunk of taffy is thrown to Ar political cyclono of lost fall is but week parsed without the turning of a rcligiun. And the same thing will be true RIgney'a nomination be made by acclama- rounis and lowMt ratei of frrUbl, I bat raUMUhrd branch Warn Konnii an. Iobtain the 1(..iJ,.!tiT Stenti at Lancaster and IUchuond, and under Ihts arrangement, we fcvl sure ran offer it liruiar, thur, who is congratulated on his wis tho forerunner of a severer one for the wheel; and how tho first news of souls sav In Manasseh (America) when the teat is tion, which waa done amid considerable apMany Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. applied. No Congress will ever lake "In plause. Maj. RIgney was then called for s dom in rewarding Col. Evans with of republicans in 188 1, when tho party in ed came in tho midst of the God we trust" ofi our coinage. It was late and made a neat Utile I krrp on hanJi it all Uiun t ruj mtw.1 War Itsjoisti a htg t itock 0f siech of thanks fice. John D. White tried to get an power will be blown from the faco of of "hope deferred." All of which was love, in making its appearance, but the nation Calls for Hansford, endorsement of his course in Congress the earth, to pollu to it no more for- but not faith; and "Faith in God" is what will never get along without it after this. and Acceptance. we want. Love too, if wo can have it; but brought him to the aland. He accepted on the whisky business but ho was ever. if one is to be dispensed with, let the love For once I am glad of It. The "form with- very cheerfully tho will of the majority yelled and hissed at till he had to sit The renegade Chalmers, and Callo- go. We can get that back in Ilea ren, but out the iower" is a feeble thing, but it ia and promised an unequivocal support of down. Lucius Anderson, of May-fiel- way, of tho Memphis Appeal, who not the lost power and the souls that only infinitely better than nothing. I hope Mr. the nominee. And then on motion the spoke against the resolution to have been calling each other liar and come by trust in the LORD. O, if only I Gladstone will not "go out." I do not convention adjourned. think he will. The nation wants him to Jennincis Prick, CU'm. endorse Arthur, but he too was sat coward and pretending that blood could feet that the number of dear ones left behind me was steadily increasing, remain. But I am glad he was defeated. W. P. Walton, Sec'y. down upon while pandemonium reigu-e- d alono would satisfy, them have each been whose ''hearts were fixed, trusting in the By the way, he haa a significant rame for supreme. G. W. Bagby, of Hrell Rewarded. bound oyer in the sum of 81,000 to LORD," for our success in England, thro' these wondrous times, has ho not? Wouldn't it be appropriate, if A literal reward will be paid to anj parlr who J. F. Kimbly, of Owensboro, keep the peaco. Surely though theso thick and thin, darkness and light, victory will produce a ol Lifer, KlJner or Blouiaeh under the Stone ol Israel complaint that eat Geo. Denny, of Garrard, Wm. s Electric Bitters will not recdllj pitiful sums will not keep such brave and defeat, how full of joy and courage I should be "brought forth," recognized at cure. Bring them along; It will coit you nothing As it is. I can not write how Goodloe, of Fayetto, A.M.Swope, men from defending their wounded should bel tenderly I appreciate the fact that there is last, "with shoutings of grace, grace unto fjr toe medicine If It falls to cure, aud jou will la of Fayette, and J. W. Lewis, of honors 1 well rewarded lor jour troubla besides. All Mood a little band of just tuch, known in Heaven it! With Victoria (best of queens) upon diseases, Washington, and many others were Biliousness, Jaundice, Cetutlfstloo and the throne tool Her very name a ty Freddie Geihiaiidt was slapped well, and who shall share the triumph of gtoerel dtbllllj are qulcklr cured. Kailifolloa nominated for Governor and fho balthis glorious work in a comingday; accord- of the times of triumph for Jesus just guaranteed or uioor refunJed. Pries onlr to in tho face by W. C. Sanford at loting began. Col. Swopo led on tho ahead! "Crazy I am I?" Well, we shall cents per bottle. For ! ! T.odj A McAllittr. New York, but tho gallant ing to the ordinance of our David ("The see what we shall aeel first ballot receiving 239 votes, while Beloved") by which those that "tarry by the youth failed to resent tho insult. A Dr. Stoddard aails L1XCASTEU ADTl.BTlSKSK.MK. reatored our good friend Denny showed up stuff' praying in faith shall have "share and duel was talked of, but Freddie's nervo share alike" with those who "go forth to in health perfectly a real "Faith Cure," with only 24, and be was withdrawn. B. T. WALTEIt. was insufficient for such settlement. battle." How many who read these linea if ever there was one. Praise The LORD! The contest finally narrowed down to LANCASTER, the St. Louis reporter had known will etop right at this word and bowing It was a resurrection from the dead; someKY. U'iiroiih, 1'arin Wrkoiim, I.ojc Wagon, ISiiKKIch, CHrrliiK-M,NrliiMorrow and Goodloe, and on tho 6th If Office OTer Clllieni ho wouldn't fight, what a reputation with all the power of a "mighty purpose, thing that only our Jesus can accomplish. iroru a 10 vi a. anu National Bank. u. Offlcs hours iruin i to r. h. ballot, taken at 1 A. M. Thursday, the will say to the LORD: "Put me down as Praiie His dear name foreverl ho could have made for himself I 8AM M. DUHDETT. We are all well. We like our good former was victorious, receiving 539 one, dear LORD, who will thus, from this rVTTOIliViaY At TA.W. votes to tho letter's 400. Yesterday NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. moment, take part in the English work." friends, in whose house we have lodgings, LANCAbTER, KY. Will practice In Ourard and aJJoinlnr counties S. S. Fry was nominated for Lt. GovIn Alabama and Georgia the cotton And a line to that e fleet would greatly better ever day. Housekeepingtits light-l- y and Court Appeals. (fa'-llof upon Marie now, for mystery of pound, cheer our hearts. We need a host of just ernor, Mr. Garrigus, of Logan, At- haa been badly injured by the cold. n. O. KA.UFFMAN, Joseph Mills was shot and killed at such friends who will "come up to the shilling and pence no longer broods over torney General, Finkerton, of CarATTOUNEY A.t I..A.W, Chicago, Ky., Tuesday, by Jaa. M. Blair. help of the LORD against the mighty." her life, darkening it more or less. Wife LANCA8TER, KY. ter, Superintendent of Public InstrucCapt. Joa. Swagar, the oldest of West- Who will bo the first to reKnd? No sews on buttons, mends rents, reads aloud Master CoinralailoMr (larrard Circuit Court Will tion; Puryear, of McCracken, Audit ern ateamboatmen, died at LouisTille Tues vague generalities, but a clean-cu- t practical "I will." for me and fills every place she is called countle In allInthe. Courts of Garrard and adlolnlne and tho Court of Appeala. or and the colored brother, Arbury, day, aged 91. As soon as Bro. Noble could get lid of to, refusing persistently to get on the scales so that we may know whether It is 15 or 10 who ran agninst Joe Blackburn, RegThe National banks will be saved previous engagements, he called ua back to L. W. BuaDsrr. B VI. Busdstt. "stun." My own weight is "11 stun 7," A ister of tho Land Office. It was much about $3,000,000 in taxes by the decision Hoxton Hall and I am glad to report that we are going on again aa it there had not "stone" is 14 pounds, so that puts me down ado about nothing, but if the republi- of the Attorney General. 1C1 lbs. above my average. Willie and The people of Marion county wilt rat been a week's break in the meeting. Dur at cans remain in power, which God for- ify Now own and are running ing the break I found several opportunities Charley are being called to preach and the nomination of Hon. J. Proctor bid, each of the candidates will have Knott for Governor, at Lebanon of preaching in Highgate, and making sing occasionally and will soon be fully THE OLD FLOYD MILL I RallroaJ Carta, Keepers, Mower,, llajr lUkea, drain Drills, Broadcast Heedtra, Huliey llirrowi, his nest feathered by the Administra Maro P. Kay, deputy auditor of 'Ala- - precious acquaintanceship that will pave engaged, I trust. They were at Bethel Vulker Green last night and camo back jubilant On DU IUver, 1 lullra from Danilllo and SU i'lawa,Walklogaod Hiding Cultlratori, Gru Drills, Corn I'lanters, Kecd Cutters. Curo (hellers' farm' tion. meda county, Cat., was sentenced to 14 the way for subsequent work In that direcover a good meeting. As for George, who inllea from Brjantarllle. Tbejr hire put Inlu tho ers' Boilers, and manr other Herat. Mill 0 Cor.. Walter Evans, of Louis- years in the State prison for embezzling tion. Friday night we met with the Hoxton friends in their "Prayer, Praise and emerges fiom babyhood the 22d of this ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS $10,000. ville,- who made the race for Goverbecomes a "young lady" of 17, Mrs. It. 13. Ridley, youngest daughter Testimony" service, whero I had opportu- month, and For making nor on tho republican ticket four of the late Senator Ken s said nothing but the beat Patent Flour, but are making the pure iltralght (lour, which baa Hill, was thrown nity for half an hour's discour.e; 11 con- I can only say aa the old "and all theeleuentsof the wheat In It and ground onlr years ago, has )een some time getting from her carriage and killed, at Atlauta, fessed the dear Name; and yesterday we of Jack, the Giant Killer's by water: they make their elourfroui d wheal-n- o eleealora. "Irr their Flour, his reward but it has come at last and Georgia. had three services two for the children it grew and grew and grew, until" But for sale at the groceries In HUnford. HO-she is a very good baby and the "life of the The Richmond Slate print a scathing and one for adults 41, 31 and 30 con fens- in a shape oven moro desirablo than house." If she turns out ss well wheir she he had ever dreamed of. Tho Presi- article on Gor. Cameron, of Virginia, for ions at the three, respectively the last is "grown," we shall all be satisfied. appointing two ignorant negroes on the number being the night's harvest when the dent has appointed him Commissioner Now that we are at work, we go out Hall was full and the dear LORD wrought State Hoard of Education. of Internal Revenue of tho United mighty power in many hearts. This freely to see the sights of great London. The marshal of MUlersburg ahot and in the States and he has taken tho oath of instantly killed a negro named Oscar Pol- runs up tho total confessions for 14 days to The dear LORD gives us no end of enjoyoffice and will enter upon tho dis lock, who resisted when be tried to arrest 673. PRAISETHE LORD! we ment in everything, for we take all from (Tues- Iliui and enjoy it in Him. What a happy charge of his duties next week. Col. blm. He knocked the marshal down three are to be at Hoxton. I am alaa prepare.! to turultb prices snd estimates of all kinds of Enilnea, Haw Mills, Tfarathlng Maday) night, by long promise, I am to lift! Beat it who can! PRAISE THE Evans belongs to the stalwart branch times. chines, Hsj 1'reases, Straw Htackrra, Wind Mills, Horse Powers, and rarlouiotbr klndi ol uaabisarf'. Gen. Beauregard aaya the colored peo- preach at an entirely new point Nottlng LORD! Ever in Jeans, of the republican party and wears ple in the South are dec: easing in Geo. O. Baumes. number. Hill. Wednesday and Thursday the Hall rattles In want of anj gooda In in Una will a brass medal around his neck to He thinks the neglect of tho infirm and of is engaged to others. But Friday we hope BOYLE COUNTY. loose nothing bjr arelng me. Moro purchasing show that ho was of the 300 who vo- tho young is one cause. Crime, he aaya, to get back again; then to go on as the Danville. LORD shall direct. I am so glad that the ted from first to last to givo Grant n hag Increased among them. Puerieral fever ia carrying oil man "Gath" waaaprawled out Tuesday up- meeting seems to be quite uneflecled by One cows in I!oie count. At least a doz third term of tho Presidency. He is on the floor of a New York hotel by a Mr. these breaks that I had been in the habit en bare died within the past fortnight. it man of ability and well fitted to fill Duncan Harrlscu, whose aiattr had been (I don't know why; there ia nothing in Kaaon Pendergraft and Luclnda the responsible position to which bo remarked about in nue of tho correspond scripture for it) of supposing were fatal obtained license to raarrr on tbe to has been elevated. Kentucky repub- ent's numerous newspaper letters. a meeting. And for some reason, (tack of 22d Inst. After a months lull in the marlicans should appreciate this Craft will not hang u advertls- - faith 1 suppose) that is quite a common ex- riage business, Kaaon leads off in the ood sosie recognition of them at the hands ed, the Court of Appeals baring failed to perience with evangelists, myself among work. tlna ttuav"" dispose of his case. Should they affirm the the number. I shall be very glad if I can It Is understood that Mr. C. It. Anol the President. rerdlct of the lower court, he will still hare get out of the habit of expecting harm lo derson will not accept the nomination for KslamiiooHprlngToutli Harrow. is sent out from Frankfort that GO daya to think over Ida terrible crime. result from an unavoidable parenthesis the Legislature tendered him last Mondar. lalaahandle drain aud tWdsvt all kinds; also Itailroad contractors will be interested like thatol last week, and learn to trust the liusiuess engagements make it impossible Hon. Jim McKeuzie, of Christian, is Ha aud Wool. to bo Mr. Knott's Secretary of State, to know that the Baltimore & Ohio lt. It. LORD to carry on His work whatever for him to sacrifice tbe time necessaril (Molina Sulla Plow will consumed in such a canvass. Jbo. W. Davis, of Shelby, his Assist- and let ou the 10th of June the graduation happens. I am not to dabble in English politics In masonry of 27 mile of the Maryland The law requires the Countr Clsrks In ant Secretary, Col. John B. Castle-sa- Division and 33 miles of the Delaware Di- any ships or form, but I will notice the Kentucky to foot up each psge of the assesIh JLHHCHXtcr Ht (ho of Louisville, Adjutaut Gener- vision. Address II. T. Douglas, Chief En- fact that the Government, under the lead- sor's book and communicate tbe result to .Ki:KN A WILLIAMN, gineer, Baltimore. al, C. E. Bowman retained as ership of Mr. Gladstone, suffered defeat the Auditor. Dut Mr. Farelle Hewitt, the Managers Iluitoatille Depot Their pamdon for fast women haa twice last week in connection with what Is present Auditor requires in addition, lhat "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," Agriculture and Jake ol Corbett tu Private Secretary. Wo wrecked two bright and promising young known aa the "Affirmation Bill." This the Clerks sum up their work or make a officers this week. Lt. Commander White, will be stale news when my letter Is completo recapitulation of it so ss to save I., lVITIIlMtN, would liko to know if this is the slate, LANCAUTBlt, KY. of the Navy, was forced to resign on printed, and the reason I notice it Is this: bin or his clerks a little work which It is where Charley Kincaid comes in? A Manager Uneailsr Depttj of his open connection with a dlsrep- - Mr, Gladstone hid common sense, logic bis duty sccordtng to law to do. Many frtewl of his told us ia Louisville that utible woman of Washington, auj Col. A and true religion on his tide. And he was who have had business with Mr. Hewitt sure to be made Secreta- II. Nlckcraun (s lo bo be was for I at (lie zeuitli of his (xjjiularil witlul, yet would not have wept had the last State) K. II. WHAKKJV, aaU.Jb I whtn tbe sauiu reason. it cauie to voting on this bill, lits fol Convention shelved Mr. Hewitt. ry of State. (Urn FUii lerjau. Froprtetoit Managir lUchmMxl Depot May 25, 1883 -- 102 SlIACKI.KWr.M, I.ANF, snow-flak- e lowers went to the wall. And with all my convictions or right on his side, strange to say, I am hrartlly glad he was defeated, Do you ask whyT I will tell you. Be cause J know England to be Israel to whom the "oracles of God" have been committed. And Hits vote, however unlnttlll-gentl- y and blindly It may bs doing It, declares after Its dogged fashion that Israel Is true to her trust in a certain way. John Bull is Israel according to the flesh. He knows not his heritage as yet; and will even Kul or fume If one who knows shall tell him whence he comes. His glory Is under a cloud, his godliness Is a form without the power; "the carcasses of his kings are in hit high places;" the "atone of Israel" in his midst is htdden under a chair on which his rnonarchs alt, instead of set upon a pillar in whose presence they stand Karris on Monday, bought at publio tale, 5 good Southern driving horses paying from $70 to $117.60 each. Ssme parties bought of Ben Saunders, of Mercer county, 20 900 lb. cattle at $ 10.25 per head; from Bob Wade 0 2 year-id- d cattle at 6 cents. John A, Wood sold Wm. Berkele, of GarrarJ, 30 head good calves st 25 per head. Wakefield A Karris sld to Mattingly A Sims, of Marlon county, a pair of horse mules lor Wakefield A a H. G. RUPLEY, XAU'OIt, MlUMJIsLlN'JL' Stanford, Kentucky, HEADQUARTERS e, e, W. H. HIGGINS i Farming Implements, one-hors- o Court-Hous- Sholf Hanlwnro, Iron, Spokes, Korso Shoo Nails, Muggy Shafts, Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking Valley Corn Shellers, Brad-laug- Evans9 Corn Drills, Hand Corn tlto Ilcst I'limp in Tho Market, tho dele-gal- Planters, Elevator. and It unrivalod Bird ATTENTION, FIBMS! heart-sicknes- r, d, "Glad-Stone- !" Cas-biu- Glad-ston- 's, HUUOKON DENTIHT, ." L. W. Bnrdott & Co. story-book- bean-stal- puretoun-trr-aara- ll Isiandreth's To-nig- sifita fme (Is fr ft In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of It FIIFINIIllfiE a, GEORGE D. WBAREN, Stanford. Coin-siwiou- mJmik d4 Court-uiarsha- GEO.I).BUJtDKTT&CO., K fTZ 3 Ice Cream al all hours at fl. H. MrerV. STTvaorour). Friday Mornlnfj, nc-y- . Foil Itr.MT. Apply to T, V. Ilou-- f and lot In Stanford. wool Hugh. two-pl- -- want the licat anper May 25, 1883 carpel go to J. W. MaydenV If you f r. aill remove my Photograph Gallery to an Mail Train, Bail. other town. All wanting picture 1 IS r. M. . faises Stanford going North For Balk. A handsome residence. of any kind, cornea soon a possible and " 2 00 r. M. Bon til " Will ll very cheap. V. Craig, Stanford. secure them while the gallery is here. This Accommodation, Dallf (iictpt Sunday. s A nonrn and Industrious young printer It no ''dodge" to get you to rush In, The Leave Kianror1 going North A. M. ft 2 " Mouth r. M. can " secure a permanent situation by apply gallery will positively be moved In GO L'-days. All work warranted. O. W. ShafIng at this office. LOCALJIOTICES. fer, Arllsl; We are'giving special figures on canned 1'aihtp, of Penny A McAllaltr. Ilur ' DEATHS goods for next ten day. Come and get FlsilIKO Tackle l McKobert A KlaRu'it. Mrs. Smith, mother-I- n law of Mr. M. NiCKstook of llrtrxh cutis at Penny A prices. M. (J. llright. McAllster. J. Miller, of Mt. Vernon, died Wednesday I have a second-han- d tendiorse power night. Htandami reaily inixnl paint at threshing machine and engine for sale at A Htagg's. Huffman -- Of Consumption, at his a Inrgaln. (leo. I). Wearen. AM. (lie color nf Diatnonil Vjr at home in Lancaster, on the 23d, Mr. John A HihkV, Urino 11 your butler, egg, potatoes and J. Huffman, aged GO years. Possessed of Jgh. Haa Hog Cholera Cure. IVrui all kind of country produce. We y many noble and endearing trait of char A McAIS.Ier sole agents. acter, the deceased wa popular wherever W Atony, Clock ami Jewelry repaired ca.h or trade. II. C. llright he was known, his jovial disposition and and warranto! bf I'tnnj A McAllster. the new shade In good All hi ready wit winning him friends among You nil! find new cabbage ami straw berries ami arer thing clue 7011 want at J. and in cheaper good a, with trimming to alt classes. He wis thrice married, first to match, can lie found at J. W. Haden's T. Harris'. Miss Mary Embry, second lo Mits Elkin jour 8oJ Water. Jco cold ami a rncnr wan urchartl Widow ana a and thirtl to a sister of his second wife. pure, from the new fountain of Penny A cleverold bachelor farmer of thia vicinity, The latter and six children survive him. McAllster. ALL note anil account due tlio firm of will, we are told, unite their destines next Mr. Huflman was not connected with any church, but during Mr, Ilarncs' noted reJ. II. A H. II. Rhank not nettled It June week. 15th, 1883, will Iw placed In the hand of S. H. Myers invites attention to the lar- vival at Lancaster, he was among the numan oracer. M. II. Hlianka. gest and moat complete stock of fine chew. ber of those who confessed the Savior, and PERSONAL. Ing tobacco in town, which he is telling hia happy death proved that he was an accepted child of God. Mis funeral was MlM Crab Or cheaper than anyone. preached yeaterday morning at the Chrischard, la with MI'alWLta McKlnney. TiirsrAM Wlnfred Skldmore was tried Mk. W. II, McKoMCKTg it back from here Wednctday for riding oft" the horae of tian Church of hi town by Eld. Lowlier, the Pharmaceutical Convention nt lazing A. II. Dawton without ht consent and and the remain interred in Bufitlo Cemetery In the afternoon in the presence of a ton. Miwrn Mor.ur. and I.r.r.A Owrns, a fined $10 and coat. He will bo more par large number of relatives and friend. coople of Went End beau Ilea, were here licular whose horse he ride in the future. Hayh. After an illness of year, yesterday. Sold Out. John C. Marshall, who has which confined him to hi bed for the laat Mm Katr WilEiutlTT, of Lancaster, been keeping store on Depot atreet,has sold severat months, Mr. Will II. Hayt departwith Miate Utile and Kos. Wilton hit stock to Mr. John Elkin, who has ta- ed this life on the morning of the 22od, ken charge. It Is rumored that Mr. Mar aged a little over 17 years. At the early Vedn!sv. Mfw Katk Knrxix, of Alum Nprine;, thill It conaideralil involved In debt and age of IS Mr, Maya gave hit heart to God arrived yestrnlay and is the gtieet of Mrs, that he sold onl to save himielf. He pack- and united with the Preabterian church. (leo. It. liruce. Hhe will take music Ira-ao- ed hi tent and silently stole away as soon He lived an upright, christian life and from Mr. J. M. PhiliM. when Mr. Ilarncs began preaching his new aa the Iranaaction was completed. go-- l, Mr. James A. i.r.ixit, Cashier of the he became thoroughly imbued with Frank Foley wai tried before a Jury it and was one of his devoted followers. For City National Hank, of Louitvllle, with hi wife and daughter came up yesterday yealerday for assault on Jerry Ilerty. It the last two year hi conversation hat r ap-that Kerry had called Foley' wife been principally been on religious subjects and are the guests of their relatire, Mr. a liar and that when he met him Foley Judge J. M. Philips. and beseemed to think of nothing but the drew hi knife and oflered to cut his heart left at thia otEce Ilible and its teachings. He was perfectly Mr. SrrAiw He didn'l do so, however. Mr. I). out. con.cious to hi death and told with hi yesterday, a (ample of hone made b Lia It bee, that onl had access lo locust bloc Mr.Carenter repreaented the county and last lingering breath of tho glories that J. It. Paxton the defendant, and the awaited him. A wife and three children, aom. It i Ter clear and seetus sweeter jury fined him one cent and coat. a sister and three brothers survive liim,who than the ordinary hone. Kevk. William I)aviion and 8 H, Tiietax Lists. Col. Weatherford and sorrow not a those without ho;, for they Waldron, of New York, Kvnngellatt, are Mr. (ioocli, the Tax Supervisors, comple- know hi gain more than compensates for in town. The are in Kentucky for the ted Ihcir work on Tuesday last. They al- their loss. There waa 110 funeral sermon, purpose of increasing the rule of Mr. tered the valuation aa fixed by the Ataea-so- r but Itev. I. S. McElroy read a chapter, Karnes' sermons, of which mention ha been in 05 tax liata, in 60 of which the As- spoke a abort time and prayed at the made in llii paper. The will also preach sessor' valuation was increased, and in 0 grave, where many friends had gathered to when occasion lirtscrit Itself. it wa decreased. The edect of their work pit the last Tribute of reajiccl. wa to add to the aggregate amount of the LOCAL UATTER5. RELIGIOUS. value of taxable property in the county, aa The General A"ociation of Kentucky LAtnrV lineu duater at It. .H. L tie'. fixed by the Asoesaor, the turn of Jtti.MM HsptisH, in session at Mt. Sterling, re elect- r lb, at II. 0. PAGKAOKcoflee IB cent Lincoln County's Wealth. We are ej Itev. Green Clay Smith Moderator. Ilrighf. indebted to the obliging deputy Clerk, Mra An attempt to lower the standard of. PUHK Oerman millet seed fors-ilcby W. K. A. Illain, foi the following table thaw- education for the ministry, at the Southern ing the total value of taxable proerty for Presbyterian Assembly at Lexington, was II. Jllxgln.. a returned by the aawssor: defeated yesterday by a decided vole. fifteen cent package coflce in I83, The . 1.1,87 Arm Un.l Talue.1 al f.,GUII Talmage, the llrooklyn preacher, is town at.S.H. MerV. 3J7 Town lot talutJ at ......... I,1M exps-cleto preach August 7 and 8 at the . 1S7.3M A NEW lot of (liar and (ueenaware juit 4.0TG Horn anil tuarra ralucJ at... Deering Camp meeting, on the camp IJIC Mule valued at W.OM received at H.U. IlrlgbtV: T JenntU valued C.C.I grounds about five mites from Carlisle. .,, J7,08'J The Cumberland Presbyterian GenerIlniKd u our Irlah otaloe. We pa 1C.I a Hbreji taluid t.., 92,.! 2 al Assembly, now In session I0,a0 lire valued at Nashville, cah or trtde for them. II. Itright. CatllA valued at. IM.VftP Jfitl selected MclCcesport, Pa., as the place for S.1 Storr valued at I28 M M WMM.M The worthies mail agents withheld our Value unJtr lb eiui!l(tlin the next meeting, and the 3d Thursday in I.anraiter mail yesterday, hence no letter Value of I.ujjIm, rtrrlajM, W.J81 May, 18S1,m the time. Value of fold and allrrrwara anj ilaDoa. 31,41) from (larrard. The breach between the Northern nnd I Southern Presbyterians is in a fair way to now open and a Tutal Tlue I17 Ilia Ataraur.. IloeKCASTl.itrJrill.tii M,S4 bo heated, nnd fraternal relations regular alage line to them will be put on lurrraard lif Ilia c)urTlaora. Total ain't. laiaMe proerty In Cu .I,I6I,IJ1 lithed. The General Assemblies of those June lat from Ixmlon. The number persons assessed (or poll bodies now in rcssion, the one at Saratoga J. W. Mayhem ha received a nice new tax n,.'I7o' andofthe number of legal voters and is tic other at Lexington, have adopted Clothing. Hadn't you better tot of Hpring n,:iSl. There are (&. children between resolutions' to that desirable end. go and get a bargain of him? Tho latest statistic of the Methodist the ages of C and 20; L'.iSO hog over G Just received alot of fine oarriagc and months old; 1X1 stud, jacks and hulls; 0 Episcopal Church show 18,152 churches buggie, cpial to the beet that are made. taverns; 5 blind persons and 10 deaf and an Increase of 250 over last year; 1,743,021 Call and hi them. (leo. I). Wearen. dumb. Only 11 dogs were listed for taxa members an increase of 31,817. Of preachers there are 11,070 local and 11,023 travelvarOnly one marriage liceno iucd tliia tion, yet 205 sheep were killed by the mint valued at $530. Of tolmrco there ing ministers an increase of 295 of the week, that fur the union of Mr. W. O. Mc were raised 31,215 lbs; 1,125 lb, hemp; former and a decrease of 101 of the latter. litis and Mia Aueiica, daughter of James Don't forget that we furnish our sub 7,533 tone of ha; 057,001 bushels of corn; Ilrackett. They were cemented yesterday. 101,772 buehel of wheat and 391 bush scribers with Itev. George O. Dimes' ser w r Phj-.tomons entitled "God's Love Story" at $1 fob Hale. An elegant new el of barley. Phitton, latcl atle, hat been uactl only C The Senatorial Convention drew to the retail price of which is $1 50, Con or 7 time. My children being at echool I gether a much larger crowd of delegate sidering that the volume contains 10 of hit have no use for It. Will acll it cheap. T. than was expected, fifty or more being best sermons and embraces 350 pages, the T. Dtvit.i. The primaries having settled price we ask Is but a little above the actu- t.SN. LOCAL TIME CARD. I.ANOArrr.n patent, II11IT1I0 and Hang Ing Fork Mill Hour at W. H. Hlgglna', A Very numerously signed petition waa LINCOLN COUNTT. forwarded (0 the P. M dene rat yesleiday, Huttonnlle, asking that Stanford he allowed the privi(ffjr TrUphne.) lege that Lebanon ha enjoyed for over a Big crowd of boys and girt went month, of having two mail each way on fishing in Green Hirer yesterday. the Ii. A N. dally. J. W. Allen A Co., delivered to More-lan- d A Land, a car load of 50 lb, hogs al I In "Sixty Days," or about July 25th, 0 cents. Born W.Drye,Jr.,aS lb.boy. Father and child doing well at last accounts. J. W. Allen, our prominent stock dealer, alive (0 our wants, left for the East last night to buy two carload nf thorough bred and Jersey milk cows for the Wett End, Mason Jennings it very seriously III from an affection of the brain. A. P. Butt, formerly of this county, now of Butler county, Kansas, Is visiting friend and relatives here. Little Matt Adams It visiting the family of John D. Carpenttr. A very deep interest, apparently, It lieing manifested In the meeting being heldatlbe Christian church at this place, by Eld. Samuel Crutcher, of Danville, Ky. One confession at the end of two weeks faithful service It rather ditcourag-ing- , but he seem to keep uppermost In hit mind the old, old adage "If at first you Jon't succeed," Ac. W. It. W. high-grad- e ontho2ltt, to the wife of Geo. (In iu ' 11 (................. a at... AMERICAN BucAlen's Arnica Salre. The greakat medical wonder of the world. Warcure Hums, Drulses, Cuts, TJI ranted to tnesslll Somerset. eers. Salt Rheum, Fever (lores, Cancers, Pilot, The Ingram Hotel property here is ad- Cnllblalna.Coroa, Tatter, Chapped Hands ana all Ol' JCoittuolcy. vertised to be sold again on the 3d Monday akin eruption,, guaranteed to cure In every tTrvtn AvllrKttllnn T Vavd. at M w. t 1 (list money refunded, A poaltlrs curator in June. riles. 23e per box. For aale by Penny A McAl LlQcoIn antlUirnnlcouDtlet of thli inoat tnlr-wvnuj tun pciiecuj re u to-- insmuuon, ine M. N. Dunn hat purchased the Conant later. object of the A. M. A. 8oclety Wing "to prorlde A Run on a Drag Store. saddle shop and will move his stock of uuttuviai biu 14 mo WIUOWB, OrpQIQl, DfUa, (?- uslgator memWri." No one goods soon. Ksrsr waa aucb a rush made for any Drug Store tecsaml IihIi.Ia AItBdereasedluouiiscriuip. IV will httlM UJ....A til .w.v utiiMtv u rvAuio ..., . to those The Paragon Steam Printing office u Is now at Penny & McAllster's lor a trial bottle RlTDTil --met pleasure to gtre full Inlormatfon... .a L. . ..a an.l tiiiuMi ...... of Dr. Xlog'a New' Dlsconry for Consumption, Hnrls-tw- . & ti sun aImmI... auuniug iufj jigrv. tji iutj Xrt ItSmMiflhaAfflAAH has been closed, the proprietor having Coughs and Colds. All persons aOecUd with Aath-m- a, V MM AkMKMkAT,nM AVUf removed to hit farm. HO Bronchi Ua, Hoarseness, Severn Conghsorany tiUnfonl.Kr Notwithstanding the chilly weather we aOectlon of lb Throat and Lunga, can get a trial Thouaanoa of grsTes art have had no frost or freeze here up to Wed- Mil of lull great remedy frte, by calling at the above Urug Store. Regular site, Jt. annually robbed of their nesday morning, and our crops of all kinds Tlctlma, Uvea prolonged, happlncsaand health reare safe ao far. stored by use of the great IiKHOCKATIt' TICKET. Charles Mendel has partially arranged FOR OOVERSOR, to sell hit store-hous- e on Maiu alreet to Which positively and permanently curea Impo-toic- u. 7O.V. J. PltOCTOli KXOTT, Judge Cosson for $1,300, but be finally de(caused by txcesartot any kind,) semi-m- il Of Marlon. that irrakneH, andaaalldlsea.es energy,follow a close the trade. clined to sequence of losa of loaaot roR memory, universal lassitude, pain In the hack, John W. Duncan and Hiram Hays are ago, and many dimneasofvialon,premalureuld VAPT. JAMES J!, JISflMAX, the democratic candidates for the Legisla-- . other dlseasea that lead to consumption and a Of Adair. assTSend for circulara with lure In Wayne county and S. M.Tate i free by mall. Tha IXVUIOHATOK TO ATTORNEY UKHCRAL, Is sold at fl per box, or six loics for 15, by all their republican opponent. druggists, or will he sent Ires br mall, securalr P. II". JIARIIIX, A special train will leave here Satur sealed, on receipt tl price, by addressing Of Mercer. day morning to carry the Sunday-schoo- l us Aiianiaatreet,ToIf-lo,OhlI'Ot AUDITOR, Sole agent for tho United Statea. children to Burnside. It will leave at 7:30 FA YF.TTE UEWETT, Of Hardin. A. m. and return at 0.15 r. St. There is some dissatisfaction among FOR TBKASURKa, JAMES II". TATE, democrats here over tha manner of the Of Franklin. nomination of the democratic candidate PULASKI COUNTT. Nt itayntiburg. Crnrpiet tnd checkers are all the go in our town. Mr. Lance Leach arrived home from Texas a few days ago. He has been absent for tome time. Born, on the 1 Ith Inet., to the wife of W. J. Montgomery, a fine girl; also to the wife of Wm. Light, at Tunnel City, a eon' Iter. W. T. Tyree, of iTuttonville, will preach for us this year at Double Springs church for the turn of $200. The membtrs of that church have made up the money and sent for an organ which will arrive be fore a great while. A very interesting Sabbath-schoo- l Is going on at our church every Sabbath. E. B. Caldwell, Jr., E. S. Gooch, J. F. Curtis and Hugh Singleton male teachep; Julia Curtis, Alice Iteynolda and Lou C. Howard female teachers. rRomsto.'AL A new road has been optned to the depot from the Columbia road for the conveSIM at. SCtDKIT. . w. fttOWIf, of the nience of the people of the West-enBWltDETT & IinOWN, county. There ha been some opposition A.T X.A.-W- . to the opening of the road, by Interested ATTOltNEVH MT. VERNON, KY. parties, and a long contest in the courts WALLACB VABSOS. wa the result The County Court refuned T. W T. W.AWB VAHNON, to pay the expense but were forced to by ATTOHNJ3VH A.T XiA."V, the Circuit Court. STANFORD, KY. I much rejoicing here, more Offlc In Owsley A Son's new building up slain. There M. l'KYTON, especially among the republicans, over the nomination of Col. Morrow for Governor STAMFORD, KY, Will nraMlrvl In tli fVii.t. t.r llnMln n.l .! on the republican ticket. Even his demo iolnlng counties and the Superior Court and Court cratic friends seem pleased at the empty oi i nmi. rptciai aiitmion given to collection. Offlc on Lancaater atret. in compliment. The Colonel, however, can ALEX. ANDEHnON, adord the sacrifice, If he should be as well A.T LAW, paid a Waller Evans, Col, Morrow is a DANVILLE, KY., clever man, and would no doubt make aa Will practice In the Court of Boylt sad adjoining counties and In lbs Court of Appeals. good a Governor a any republican in the J. H. FI81T, State. AXtortiasy The Monttcello Circuit Court adjourn, And Master Commissioner AtX4lT. Itockcaatla Circuit Court MT. VKItNON, KY, ed Tuesday, Three men were sent to the Will practice In Ihs Itockcaatle Oourla. Office In penitentiary for two years each, A man hamed Sherfield, and one named Felken LEE P. HUFFMAN, were sent for burglary, and Crrtwell was STANFORD, KY. sent for stealing, I learn that the grand Offlc South aid Main Street, two door above tha Mrsrs lloul. jury did some good work, and stirred up PursNItroni Uzlde Uu admlnlatered whsn rs-qmmi. the whisky venders to an alarming extent, while tho pittol "totera" came in for their share of the trouble. Hon. John 8. Van Blue-Gra- ss For Sale! Winkle, of Danville, presided, Judge . U. f AI, In. uta ulul.la ,117 (arm 01 s,a ACTfW .v. .c, jiiiviMci. Owsley being absent. land, with a large brick sod orenellent is frame residence tomblnrd, of ten rooms, within a A band of the Salvation Army runsuiine new nianrord rrcarbcrafllle pike. visiting this place since last Ssturday, and Now orchard, frpsh an,! tnflrl wii in .l.nn. (Deluding a nest have been conducting an enthusiastic meet- Usnc. Improvements a Kn.,nl 2.1u?- - "n "r,lM cre'. and Inline ing at the M. E. Church, There are sevTlmler abundant. Church and achool. hollas near bj, and th . eral women among' the band, and they II la not Ofttrthtuh neighbored untzetlled. HMlnhlahm. a seem to be as good speakers aa the men Till onperfect.theAddress tu st Mtinft.r.f me at farm. .Wall MK.U Their object seems to be to arouses moreTSS- .1Q1.- ..., . jncwi. rai.ny.Bi. lu-s- .. religious sentiment among professed Christians as well as to induce to I reform. Col. T. ',. Morrow made profession last Sunday, among others. SanctifiS1ICS. KATE D1TI)IJERAK, es tion of Christians is also offered by the' Lancaater street, Stanford, Ky., Army, d 131-lVAt-O- Valuable Blue-Gra- ss Farm FPU HALBI loffsr tarsal mv Farm of VO.T re,sltna-le- d near Walnut Hal, on the Stanrord A Crab Or Chard turnplkl, 1 mile Irnm Stanford. About 40 Arrea In cultivation; belaoc In grass, Oftod sprtnr, plenty food limber tnd well afrtfd lo stock! In a good MlghborhooiL Will sail st a bargain tbw stnv tract of land and gits pnsasaslon st any tins. For furthtr parti ulara, Inqilr of J. n. UwiUy, Stanford, Ky., or writ to ms at llatllla, Milan county, Tsaaa. (IM-t- fJ J, JIRSHY FIHII. Hustonville Nat. Bank. ArTOIlNJaV Court-hous- e. (l-- sl .,.,.. Kr'-i Wasiiikotok, Arait.7, 1891. WnciKA, Br satisfactory cvldencepresented to tha undersigned, It his been mid to appear that the National Ilank of Huatonvllle, In th. town of rtoitontllle. in the county of Lincoln and Male of Kentucky, haa complied with all theprovlalonaof th lletUed tjtatutrs of lbs United MtitM required tob compiled with before sn association shall 1 authorised to tommenca lbs business ol banking, Now, therefor., I, John 1. Knot, Comptroller of tha Currency, do certify that lh National Bank of Huatonvllle, In tha town of Hustonville. In tn county of Lincoln and Rlat of Kentucky, laaulhorli-- d lo commence, tha business ofbanklog, si authorised In Section 5,109 ol th Bsvtaed Statutes of th United tjlste. In testimony whereof, witness my html and sssl of office, this 7th day of April, 181. lJ3-5- Taaaacar Diraanmi-T- , OvFicaor ConrTaoLLtaorTiiK Ccaaascr, Farm No. 2,117. Comptroller of joux j. uxor, the Currency. Mile-gra- ss W. T. GREEN, STANFOKD, KY., Dealer In Irat-cls- ST -l 1- un ,n.r MILLIItf ER Y Groceries, Hardware, QUEENSWABE, Catharine Lewis, the actress and opera artist, has been arrested at Chicago, for stealing the wardrobe of her company. It it a malicious prosecution, but the method of advertising it not apt to become popular among the professional. Haa oo hand and la dally receivings new and beautiful llneol Millinery Ooo.li of every description, which she will sell at th lowest possible margin. Thanklul for past patronage, aha aaka a continuance, knowing that abe can tlea tha most lutldloua. Mrs. Mollle Myers c an 1 found, ss usual, at the head of the Mantua Making Department, ready to aerve those who way call on her. 140--U Harness and Saddlery, PIOWS tu-t- r WAGONS. Will U permitted to serve ten or fifteen approred mares at my ml.le 4 miles from 8tinford on th Knob Lick plkt at DATE YANDELL $10 to Insure Mutual Aid Society ..... a Colt. Van-de- ll DESCKIPTIOK AND rEDI()ItEK.-n- it. will be S years old the 20th of May, IS hands I Inch, blood lay with heavy mane and tall and will make when fully dsrelopeu a magnificent horse. Sired by Telegram; h by frank H'olord; he by Telegrspb. (who wss a brother to Ethsn Allen Lancet snd Stockbrldgo Cbleni h by Hill's Black Hawk, of Bridgeport, Vt; io by tlherman and he Telegram'a dam by th original.) uatla Morgan. by Iloyd McNary, Jr.; 2d dam bv Whlpp; 3d dam by Waxy. Dae Yandel'a dam la a fine combined mare from Woodford county and ol unknown ped Irreo now but I will bu able to get It In a abort .... ROBBED GERMANINVIG0RAT0RI timi Ul-2i- u H. II. CROW, Htanford.Ky. Fancy Boy! son at my stable, on the old Dint lilts pike, 4 miles from lancaater, at 8IO. iHicriiuon fancy Koy la rv-c- , amihononr bar. 7 veara old thlitjprlng.lSUhanda high, aired bj Ingram's Finer Bov and he br tbp Cabbie borso.and baa nror en himself to lie a good breeder. I will also atand sethepreai &z 0tt ftti MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KIT. E. H. BURNSIDE, - TWO GOOD JACKS. BF.EClIF.lt, 5 year old August JO, 183.1 15Ji hands high, half brother lo 1'rtnce. Will serve uianta at colt old. fMtolnauraa gray lour months hands and will Jsck, 14 to Inaure a cult four months old. aerv. niires at All ruarrs Iradtd before the fact la ascertained lor fella the season. The progeny of all tho above stork will be responsible lor the season. 133-1- 1 U...... Ac.. will bean election in each echool diatrict in the Stale on Saturday, June 2, to elect a Iruaiee to All the place of the one whoe term expiree at that time. Let good men and men of education be choaeu. t Tiiekk Wcgotour information a lo who would graduate at the Stanford Female College thia year from Mr. Myer, who now ad mltathat he did not know It all. Misses Iva Smiley, Mildred Lewie and perha Ellen Ballou are alao lo graduate. The Wayne Count. Couimonwoalt h'a Attorney It. C, Warren Ii back from the Wayne Court, which he tell u wa a very busy and satisfactory one. licaide the three men sent to the eniteutlary, whose namta are giveii in our Somerset letter, there were 10 Jury case and aa many criminal judgment. The ItilMell court commence next Monday. Mr. l.muicrson rrivett. of whore terrible accident we tpoke of In our laat, died on Tucaday morning of hi inirie. Mo never rallied after the aliock but remained unconscious to the last, conaeipueiitly the aurgeou who were nummoued to nmputate hi arm thought it dangerou to do bo. Mr. I'rlv-e- lt wa u man of family and a hard work lug, honorable citizen. Dun or 1114 Injuries. The devil, aa Pro. llarue would tay, has been tending ua the mot phenouienal weather for a week. It bin been aa cold aa Cliriatmaa. Know fell Monday night to be aeen on the ground next morning and but for the cloud a aoveru frost would have wiped out the vegetable. It cleared olT Wednesday afternoon bnt the weather having moderated the light front of yeaterday morning will do but little damage. We are fearful, however, that the late fruit and the corn are ao badly chill ed aa to werloualy effect them. Up at LI ma, O , the heaviest ano if of the year fell, covering the ground to the depth of twelve inched. Further north and uorthwcit it was fearfully cold. present. who should be the nominee, the nomination waa therefore but a matter of form and it waa soon gone through with, Maj. F. D. Higney, of Casey, receiving it by acclamation. Hi speech of acceptance and thank covered the whole ground And if he It able to accomplith what ho thinks he can, the district will be proud of him a a legislator. Judge Hansford's iecch wa a moat earnest and effective effort. He commenced by taying that the day was pretty cold outside and still colder to him as he wa the disapK)lnted man of the occaaion, but he submitted cheerfully to the will of the people and would Iu the future 4 iu the past, use filt beat eflorta for the democratic nominee. He was a democrat from principle and not for the emoluments of office and loved its teaching next to hi family and his church. He would probably never again seek political honors but wuuld nevir cease on the stump nad elsewhere to advance the cause of the parly, which he had served to the butt of his ability since the close ol the war. He then feelingly referred to the frequent charge made against him tMt he had while a Union man voted for I'rldgcwater for the Legislature during tie war, und ho acknowledged that it was tAe mistake of hit life, lie thought it especially cruel that It should be urged against blm after 1!) yrar of strict allegance ti the democratic parly. It teemed that though there was amnesty for every 0110 els there was none for hlm;but ho asked nontuow as the grave would soon close over him forever. He only aaked that his iirpardouable tin, as nun professed lo thin. It, should not be whom he waa very visited on hi sons, proud and of whomiie expected much In the future, Concludng he again promised his support aud thauf hit friends to Maj, Iligney, who la wtd) worthy of the nomina tion just given hini Ills speech was well delivered and we)j received, aud many of his bitterest opponents were Irresistibly won to Mm, al printer's cost. LAND. STOCK AND CROP. Stephen Rurch sold to D. N. Prewett, his lamb weighing 65 lbs. at 6 cents. Will Prewett bought of J. A. Harris A Sons a car load or 200 lb. hog at 0. Win. Ileck sold to J. S. Hughe for Itockcaatle Springs a pair of good mules for $300. E. T. Young ha contracted with Lee Nunnelley to fatten hi hogs, giving htm all he can put on them for Governor, but not of a serious nature. About twenty republicans of this county are attending the Lexington con vention In the interest of Col. Morrow. Three or four negroes are among the dele gation. Our town seems to have an unusual boom in building and other improvements. No less than fifteen private residences ais now in course of construction, while oth ers are in preparation. Mr. James Frature, one of our oldest and most estimable cltiiens, who had quite a rcrious fall from hia barn loft a few days since, was not so seriously hurt aa was at first thought, and ii able to walk about again. Considerable preparation has been made for decorating the Federal graves at Mill Spring battle-fielin this county. Severat speakers of prominence from a distance have been invited, but none have yet accepted. Deputy Sheriff Shepperd I stirring up the whisky sellers on indictments, tie arrested two men at Burnalde a few days since, llobt. Denbam, Sr. was arrested on Thursday, but he was the wrong man. It was his nephew of the same name that was wanted, Pinnell A Co, have five stave mills in operation in this county, and forty or fifty teams have been engaged for several months hauling their product to the depot y here. They have a contract with the Stave Co. to furnish by March next 5, Ox-le- rna roa iminiu joux a. cecit or laud office, irPEaiNTEKDiiNT JOS. PESUA PICKETT, Of Favette. MAJ. F. D. EiaSF.Y, Of Caier. ormo. runuc liwai'rnoN, Propr rORSTATEaXKATE,KIOIlTEXSTlIDISTalCT, This Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High. Imputation, AND WM.IIlIItlll.K. Abdallah Messenger! roa REraxsESTATivx Lincoln cocntt, JUDGE T. P. HILL, JR. SUV AUVKHTlSKat.MS. Its Proprietor ii Determined that "tatfaV"ra r lied bar stallion: IS banda: lotted 1S78: bred bv Chaa. Dunn, Stanford, Ky., sired by 'leswogsr -- year-old Chief, slra of Maud Messenger; record, llagicagt will bseoareyed to the depot record, Abel Abdalrrteofchargt. sprclal aceonmodatiosa to lah, Marrel. trial, 2:23k; Uus, 2:V; trial, to Commercial Trarelera. The Ua. will be 2:25; Iteoa C, 2:20 gait at 3 yeara old; MattlsMcD., always aappllsd with tas cboletet 2.20 gait at J yeara olJ; Mi.gle Stewart, 2:20galt at braada of Llouoraaad Cigars. 1st I yearaold, and other oromlalng .!ouea. V.... dim Uu. ,. r. .1. ,.w d..,l..l n HJ,.. .., ,. 2:I9H; Annette, 2.2ii; T, A., 2.26; Young Bcntl uiguon, .'..i'i; ua- nei, .!; ivanuiere, . la rail Ioui, a; uranu, cenunei. i:ny..St. Dentinal 2.11U: Jullen. lo Volunteer, thaalro of Uloalar. Alley, 2:19; liodlne, 2,19)4; Driver, 2.I9H; Hunter. 2..4; Amy, 2.20,'i, and a aoora more In t b 2.30 dm. 2d dsm Kitty ltlvera, th record, 3 00; dim of Bttrtle Ulrl, record, 2.57, and too grandaui ol Maud record, 2.25,',; by Aleiaoder's Abdallah. the sir olUvldsmlth Maid, 2:11: Boss-llnd2i;4;Thorndsle. 2.22; Aliuont, Abdillsh l'llot, Ac, Ac. ad dim by Bed Jacket, (tire of tht dsmofKtutucky Wllkrs, 2:21, and the grsudaiu SHORTHORN SALE ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6TH, will atll at auction at uiy farm, adjoining llarrla button on the Ulchiuond Branch ol the U miles South of Richmond, 1 N. B. 11., and thre on the Big lllll lurnplks, 47 heal of ThoroughCattle, bred Short-bor- a 1883, 1 it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quest. adr... 41 Cows & Heifers & 6 Bulls 1 Crpreaa; 1 OwTnne; 1 Younj M.rt: g lhTlllsM:2 White Rosea: fs Ladv Elitabtths; Csmbrlaa; 2 Bright E yea; 8 Adelaldx a; S Arabeuaa ana I tMiemeen. In lndltldual merit, color and aualltlea tuna cauls are bard to Wat. Thej all red but two been aubled or patnperad roam, and bav In their Uvea, but have grown tnd lived lu th paature winter and aura uier, and there la neither an old cow, a barren cow nor ashy breeder among them. Titer bava all been bred, and most of them will drop their cal-c- s within a few weeka alter tha aale. Kale will be iwalllre and without rf serve and will b held without regard to the weather, aa auijile abetter will be provided. Tatua. JJIi months' credit, with 6 per cent Interest. Lunch at 12 o'clock M. Sale commencing promptly at t o'clock 1, M. sarYatalogue aent on application NAM 11, STOXE. Col. U f. Molt, Auctioneer. jr 23th and June lat. Or th following famlllea. ST.ASAPH HOTEL. I'ROl'RIETOR, oer W. S. FRANCIS, STANFORD, -- son, KY. Hiving had this Hotel J J, M. Martin sold lo J.'rj, (livens three yearling mules two for $135 and 1 for $15. Adam Pence sold lo anno 2 for $135, I want to buy two pairs work mules, 16 or 10 hands high, at once, and 10 or 12 milk cons. J.S.Hughe. It Is estimated that there are 4,000,000 of sheep in Texas, which number will be increased during the coming season worth $13,500,000, The Derby at the Louisville race course wa postponed on account of the weather till Wednesday, when Chinu A Morgan's Ionattis won it In 2:13, the tluwcal time nn record. The distance wat 1) miles. The fastest time was made by Pat MMloy, in 1870, when lie took the purse in 2:37. J. I) Hnoi sold a car load of hogs Iu, Cincinnati at JO 86 and bought a lot of 175 lb, hog of Jack Gover at G cent. He also bought a cow and calf cf Mr. H. N. Matheny for $55; 1 do. of J. E. Lynn for $15; 1 do. of Craig Lynn at Jauie price; 2 do. of Kid. Jos. Itallou for $92 60 and 1 of Mr. Philip for $17.60. Cincinnati The cattle market it ipulet at 2 to 3 cents for common; good to choice butcher and shipping 6 to 0; Blockers and feeders 4 to 0. Hog are steady as 7 to 7 for best shippers; good packers 0 to 7 common 0 to Sheep In good demand at 3 to 5. Limb meet with ready sale but prices are gradually growing lower; common to extra C to 71 cents, well-brok- e 000,000 staves. Our town has been unusually burdened for the past month with patent medi- jtoi'iirnislicd and Itolltted From basement to garret, I Intend to Keep II In n Strictly rirnt-lRsM 0. cine venders, patent-righ- t men, quack doctors and drummers generally. Some of our merchants complain that It requires more time to entertain drummers than it does to wait upon cuttomers. The price of hogs continue to advance in tlii section. (1. Graham bought ofR Newell Wednesday 10 hogn at OJc, avenge weight 210 pounds. Sheep are telling at and cattle at 50c. All kind of stock yet very scarce. In some part of the county hog are dying of disease. Misses Nannie and Delia Holding,who have been teaching music here for several years, will leavo In a few days for New Mexico to take charge of a mission school. Mrs. W. M. Pettu has gone to Maryland to visit her sick sister, Miss Carrie Milton. Joe C. Parker and family have removed to Parker's Lake, on the Southern Hallway. Many of our people have not recover ed from the stave, lumber and crair, notwithstanding the many disasterous failures. There have been many saw and stave mills put Into operation in this county since the railroad commenced operation, and nearly every man and company have lost money heavily; and yet more mill are going up. Many land owners are alto very foolishly disposing of their lands and timber far below true value. Some have told Umbered land for less is worth. uisney than thu Ncwtfllniidsomo Millinery I bav onod a very comprelieualvt line of th lateal aud handsomest atylt of And leatt nothing undont that will add to tbt SiHimer. COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. 8PBINQ AND SUMMEE MILLINERY Coiimicrciiil Traveler -- Are offered And Invite all lb ladlo to call and tiamloe, SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS wbelhtr they buy or uot. l'rlce reasonable. To patronise to, aa I ha r. every conveulenceucb Ms MISS JIEf.i.R HVOIIKS, j NICE SAMI'LK KOOM;), Ac., for their us. Next door to lr. Lee f, llulluian's office, Stsuford record, 2.21.) by Count; by Butr- uian Morgan, in. aire ot ermoni viaca nawa in. Ire of Ethan Allen and uiuy othir trottera. Ited Jackcl'a dam was aired by a ballbrolncr to Black Hawk, atbdam an extra ruadinare brought from tha North by V L. Vance, of Mercer county, and aald to be of lleaaeager blood, hentlntl and Alexander'! Abdallah ar. bolb by ltvadyk'a llaiubl Ionian, th.grandalraofUaud 8., 2.10, and th air. of Dexter, 2:17k; Nettle, 2:18: Orange Olrl, Oaxelle, 2:21 ; Jay Uould, 2.21 , and 34 pthera with record of 2:30 aud better. Messenger Chit, was sired by AbJsllah l'llot, sirs ol I1rkard,2:l",; record, 2 23. Iat dam la tls Bed Jim, to Oeu. Oso. II. Thomas, .lr ot bcott'a Thoiuaa, 2.2 , bv Mauilrllio Meaaenger, tire 2d dam by Mambrlno Chief, ol Lawlnakl, 2:23 aire of Lady Thorn, 2:Ui; Wood lord Mambrlno, 2:21,S; Mambrlno I'atcheu aud others, 3d dam by Imp, Hapoleon, Lnglhh Hunter, Ac. Abdallsh MesMUgerwllluak lb season of 1833 at Chll. Dunn's, i miles from ntanlord, tn Ituih Branch' BUuford A Lancaster plk. and Jike. I lulls from from Lancaater A Danvllls plka, at (20 to Money duo as toon Inaure a Mars la Foal.Marea that bar. public aa th. fact Is ascertained, records of 2 30 or better, orsuchaa bare produced trottera with records ot 2.30 or better, may be bred freo ol charge. Address 44c; Ice! Ice! Ice! I will dcll-er- Baggage Traniferred to and from the Depot freo of charge. (IIts us a call. ft) W.N. FKANC1N. by at Fount Fox'. Bryantsrllle, Ky., at 111 to Inaur W. CI. D. a war In fuaL I'atsccby Alcalde, tilro of Hylaa, 2VIK, Dv. 2:30. Ac) will insk th Mesi-iog- WILLIE Manlord, O, DUNN. Lincoln Co., Ky, Chief, dam Enigma, 2:M: season ol IMS b every morning AT ONI. OKIVT 1M.IC POUND, As long as my pretentatotk lasts. After that, Lak Ii-as low as I can aUurd. Accounts due st the CloMofeach moutb. . K, ltXUUOW, it-Htanlord, May 7, JLlflli ;vesy9 TO THE PUBIiIC Vt SITIAIBILIEI! ale t Fefl Hates reR- - will bow tan-bar- srouMTOH omrs'iiNa.- Wa prouilM to gli sstlifscllon. and when desired will glvs l'atcut Flour for Wheat. Cm uiike either boiled or unboiled meal, 110--t ly special attinllou to saw-mi- ll Nico lot ol' Horses and Fine Turnouts. soi.ttblo. MrALINTEK AHAM.IIK, JON. M7, mx:vi:kan, X 9QiWBB la wanted by me. WO . tUUefOituBultTcrinc J. WC. ROBINSON Dry Importers and Jobbert ot wnu Co., fiunloi-J- , Ky., I will pay the higbMt market price. And can supply I alio deal iu Sc CO.. ICY. W, floods, Notions, Ac, fill Malu btreet, Cor, blalb, COAL!quantity. it in any Ky. Ian-bar- k U)UIHVII.I.K, A. T. lVUlVNEIiliEY, Ntanlord, ii tt ni'ijui,;iHLmiij'l!iur!Wft"; I e H liMir of the fngito now that ho was out of tho bay. In tho evening tho lady iwsscnger caiiio on dock, and tho Coniniodoro as3CY. sured her that ho should lie able to laud Friday Merabg, Hay 25, 1883 her early on tho next morning. 8ho ex proaaod her gratitudo and satisfaction, aud remarked that More sho rellml alio tiik astAiwr.K-- iroorxe. nould liko to look and sco that her hits- Ob, crone, my rote, and lite with rn, band'a comse was safe. This was, of And keep mr cottage In the f lea, course, granted, and ono of tho men Aa patent baniMelwe, Aa biiey aa a anting ben. lifted off tho hatch that sho might go down into tho hold. Oh, rcat beneath ray fragrant bower, Where eweet itramotiluin doth entwtMf " 1 declare," inuttcred Daniel Carter, Com, ernetl tho gentle cauliflower an old sailor who was standing at tho And cutl IW via, wheel, " sho takes ou dredfully I " Ah I Ultra to the rural eongel "D'yo notico what'n oyo sho's got? " The pea ehell wind hie magle abet. At echo p'elntlr ely prolong contiimed Carter. Thewarb'euf lb mpernel ' No," said Tucker, " ouly 'twas swolBeyond the terrntceUI raw len with tenrs." 1 beer the bullfrog etgh again " My eyes I but thoy shone, though, Tbe cackle of the Durham ewe when she stood hero, looking at tho The UUot of Um Berkahlre bin. i X ST.3ryoiei3. -- ,. r r-- t tenement ol tlm Commodore t.i d! f.ir cold water, and when it - ;.i it lit ho ilndied three or four k tmiti'ito the internal contrivance, AtinnicAX iioi.it wontc Axn m.nv, ,tnr nignieieei-- t cnrucii innrcTOHT. tueogei-wurx- com-pas- ." Ob, 111 cerebrate 111 merrily dig tb mora U fair, lb day w.th thee; lh BartMt And ehake ibe rutabaga tree. cent, Ion, onmel pr Tucker smiled at tho man's quaint earnestness, and without further remark he went down to tho cabin. When tho woman caino up from the hold, sho looked about the deck of the schooner for a fow moments, and then went ait. There was something tn her countenance that puzzled Carter. ITo had been one of those who objected to the cofllu being brought on board, and hence ho Was not predisposed to look very favorably upon its onncr. Tho woman's oye ran over tho schooner's deck with a strange quickness, and Carter oyed her very shatply. Soon she went to tho tatfrail and looked over at ihe stem boat, und then shoramoand stood by the biatiaclo again. "Lookout, or yo'll jibo tho lioom," uttered the passeuger. Carter storied and found that the mainsail was slmering. Ho gave tho helm a couple of spokes nport, and then cast his eve again upon tho woman, whoso features wero lighted by tho binnacle lamp. " Thank'e, ma'am," said Dan. ' Hal hold ou why, bless my soul, there' a big spider right on your hair I No not there. Hero I'll ugh I" This last ejaculation Dan mado as ho st'eme to pull something from the soman's hair, which ho Ihrew niron the deck with the " Ugh " abovo montioned. Shortly after tho paswngor went and ere long Tucker camo on deck. "Commodore," said Carter, with a remarkable degree of earnestuess in his dimmer, "is tho 'oman turned in?" rather think so," said Tucker, looking at tho compass. "Look out, look out, Carter! Why, man alive, you're two points to the south'ard of your coun.e." "Blow me so I ami" said tho man, bringing the helm smartly nport. "But say, didn't you notico anything peculiar about the old 'oman?" " Why, Dan, you seem greatly interested about her." "So I am, Commodore, an so I am aliout the cofllu, too. Wouldn't it bo well for yon and I to overhaul it ?" " Pshaw I you'ro as scared as a child in a graveyard 1" " No, not u bit. Just hark a bit. That 'oman ain't no 'oman." Tho Commodore pronounced the name of his Satauio Majesty in the most emphatic manner. " It'b tho truth, Commodore. I can swear to Irmrtcndod there was a qiider ou her hair, and I rubbed my hand itgiii her face. By Sam Hyde, if it wasn't as rough aud beardud as an You see she told mo as how I'd let tho 1 100m jibe if I didn't look out. I know'd there wasn't no 'oman here, and so I tried her. Call eoinebody at tho wheel, and let's go aud look at that coffin." Tho Commodore wa wonder struck by what he had heard, lmt with a calm presence of mind that mado him what ho was ho sat coolly to thinking. In a few minutes he called ono of tho men aft to relieve Carter, and then ho went down to look after his passenger. The latter had turned in aud seemed to be sleeping. Turner returned and took Carter aside. " No noise now, Carter ; follow mo as though nothing lind happened." bo-lo- Oh, bumpyourwlf, my lorely poll, And, tn the cnuae of mulch the tnrkeje In Iba fall And frail the long c'ani on Iba bom. tM My ewcrteatl I alu fond of rnuah, And Ibou will act acnia out for ma ; We'd early e.w the currant buab And Up th cranberry-Jell- y ire. w pu 1 Ilia wool from off Iba calf Tbc cotknwocd it fleece aha'J abed; Bo at Iba winter will laugh And garly weed tie oyetcrbed. We U We"! Uitbe'y bre Iba winter wheat; Wall cba, a the etrge tlie equlrrele tar And, when th ban tin hog ihell bleat, We'ilfted him with eouierlorcrhay, Till! MTSTKKIOUS WIDOW. During tlioriimraor of 1811 tlioBrit-l-l- i linel nut only laid claim to all that lrtiin f the tlintrii't of Maino lying . nt of t''i PiMiolwrut, lmt Admiral Grit-hihI S'r .T.iltn Sliurhrooke, the latter hip tint Oovonior General of Nova h, hail lioen sent with a heavy force ' take iNKiteiwion ami occupy the town i ! i! uhcli place commands the ntmiioo to iho PenoWot river. Shortly lWiuvlliearriviilof the English squadron .'iiv Tlio nns Tucker hod been l' t nroiimi to IVnolietcot bay to protect ! S andwliilu tho Brit-tMi'el up to Civtino he lay fit Thom- ii i', 'i . iv i" ii Hchooncr that the Coinmo-- d iinltd, lmt she was a heavy 'I Him d ond manned, and sho tr .1 tli- - true unlteo "Brit" upon her which the uticiny hod received i v k. ih in rather too many proofs. On W 'Tiiii'K of th 28th of August a in tiiiiuer nns Kent down from Belfast ' : k information that the British tn iic w.is co uiug from Castine to take I.'.-- . Tu ler know that the British and also that Sir John Slier- f t Ki'lind ofTfrwl u larM amount for f 'in "I 1 ). '. M.tnrc, in !!, fri.-n- t 'ifii the CouimoJore received the i .'hw iv hin vesl was lying at ouo u1 h !' nharvs, where he would have luitirf for the tide to get him t(t o have evcrytliing '; lull hw I to p Iiit off as soon as ixssi to meet the f.ir h hnil ut- - tn hi-ton- ed gt - ire keel was Just cleared r tin- - null, Rnd one of the men had 1r 1. iih tit in tho wharf to cast off the 1 miiiH, whi'ii h w.igon, drawn by one I !: , fume r:ltt illR doivn to tllO spot. country-i- i '1 1- ,- Jiiyiir. h i, t.t out upon the wharf, and then iv ' d ii tuiitdlo uged woman from tho v t U. Tin-- Indy's llrst inquiry was ! '.VinimoloieTuc'irr. He was pointed t t" . muiI rhe stepped upon the . ii r't deck uud approached him, she asked, "when do im trniu heru?" j ",V-- 'il sail right off, as soon as possi-- 1 , i.ndain,'' .i then, I know you will be kind t.. iiio," tlm lady urgtd, in persnaaive t , " lly poor htfcband died yester- nut ( wiwh to curry his oorpso to ,,v i.M.rl, wliere wo belong, and where I. inruuts will take caro of it." 11 !, my good woman, I shan't goto rough-looking ft'-r" 1 it boly-btou- V The two approached tho main hatcu and stooped to raise it, when Dan's hand touched a Btuall ball that seemed to have been pinned up under the after break of the hatch. "It's a ball of twine," said he. " Don't touch it, but run and get a trouble." lantern," replied Tucker. " Tut, tut, woman; if I accommodato Curter sprung to oliey, and when he you Uiero won't bo any pay about it." returned a number ot tho men had gathd Tho old Commodore was ered about the Bpot. Tho hatch .nan not the man to refuse a favor, and, ruJMid and the Commodore carefully though he liked not the bother of taking picked up tho ball of twitio and found the woman and her strange accompanithat it wai uiado fast to bomcthing bement on board, yet ho could not refuse. low. Ho descended to tho hold, aud When he told her he would do as she there ho.found that tho twino run iu bo had requested, sho thanked him with neath tho lid of the cofliu. Ho had no many team in her eyes. doubt now that there w as mischief boxed Some of the men were sent upon the up Mow, and scut Carter for bomethiug wharf to bring tho body on bond. A that might nnswer for a long builalo robe was lifted off by the Tho man soon returned with a stout man who drove the wagon ; beneath it knife, unci the Commodore set to work, appeared a neat black cofllu. Soino lie worked wry oarufiilly, however, ot words were passed by the seaman as tho tamo time keeping u bright lookout they were putting tho colUn on board, fir the string. which went to show pretty plainly thai At length tho screws wero out, aud the the affair did not exactly suit them. d vory carefully lifttsl from its pluco. But it may have boon but prejudioo on "Qrat (lixl in hraveul" burst from tho their part, but the svameu should lie ips of lliti Commodore. allowed a prejudice onco iu a while, ' By Hum Hydo I" droppod liko a when wo consider tho many stern realiluiudnr clap from tho lipd of young " Hush, ties they have to enoouuter, ' my good men," said tho Commodore, o Ond blea.1 you, Dan I" said tho he heard their remoiwtrauco. ''Huppo I U- w'd you were to dio away from homo would it." muttered Daii. !' c tuo men stood for a moment and you uot wish that jour last remains br . to thu miod to your poor parents? Come, There wan no M tua'i there, but in pheo thereof httrry bow." Tho ;ueu said uo morit, and ere loii' u material for tho death of a . The) colllu wus tilled with gun- tho coftlu was placed in the hold, am piuihwoM ; upou a light tho woman wai shown to the cabin. Iy lt thau half an hour tho schooner wa iiiii in tlw iviiior wero arranged t think, 'nil cookevl, and tho string alesred from tho wharf, and staudin, from out from the bay. The wind wa Ugh t ii,: tho tvfllu triggerwithout com- with tho of tacit. fivoi Ilia oiutward, but Tucker had uo 1 will only land me at the ti uUi of the Shecpscot, I will ask uo 1 ouu easily find a boat there to i me tip." Whew ib tho iKxly ?" asked Tucker. di tlm wagon," returned the lady, 1V- - Hituie time raising the corner of h.ittl to wipe away tho gathering have a sum of money with .u me, mid you shall be paid for tho 1 1 " W )ou f. "Hartiu." "I kind-hearte- on tho rigging, nnd when leaving the ship know exactly in what direction to continue their flight. It is said that the migration of birds will foretell severe weather, and it is well known by the when the larks and other northern birds nppcnr, that now mid hard weather will follow tin flight Tlieso warnings, of migratory birds, though apiutrently iusigiutlcant, may be of vast jKilitical and oven national imTho Oojpel According to St. Ruth, portance. If tho Emperor Knpo'von, To which It alJeJ n of lha Ivord'a when on tho roiul to JIoacow with his iVajar, bdJ other aermeoa. army in 1811, had condescended to tho flights of storks and cranes BY GEORGE 0. BARNES, passing oTcr his fated battalions, t "MOUNTAIN EVANOKMST." evenU of tho imlitics of Eurojie might havo liecn very different. These HUKK.XWOOD. storks nnd cranes knew of tho coming EDITED UT GEO. W. on of n great And terriblo winter ; th pp.. Cloth. Price, 81.50-:t- U Wrd.i hastened towi.nl the south, . t.?. ClitbaofU or more ft per ropy, or furnlibnl , board." i nupoieuu ami uls army towani l lie wtthTilKlsTSSloB JouiaiL al It Cent Tho old Commodore looked sternly in ir. I'. 1VAI.TOX, north. manferil, KjCarter's eyes, and ho saw a twinklo of satisfaction gleaming there. Ho hesi- WHATlllSMAUCK KA TS AXD DHLS K.I. tated n moment then ho turned and Prince Bismarck has a truly priucolt muttered to himself : appetite. Hero is his bill of fare for " Well, w ell I can't blamo them. If ono dinner : Onion soup with pott wine. the murderous villain's gotio to death a saddlo of wild boar together with beor. he's onlv met a fate which ho richly de- upon thLr, Irish stew, turkoy, chestnuts, served. Better far Imj it for him than all washed down with wino nt dis that my noblo crew wero all now in crction ; finally dessert, in which poir ot'Bnn'H cold wave." aro conspicuous. Tho Priuco is exceed d iugly fond of trout aud eggs. A XWC QVESTIOX. His favorite drink is said to bo jiortor A question has arisen iu regard to tho uith champagne, though ho has n strong right or propriety of a professor of an mixedliking for a compound iuvonted by consequently agricultural college, and ! You Moltko, consisting of hot tea, an employe of tho public, acquiring a sherryand champagne. personal projwrty in any discovery or American Aiseti, 35,212,737 81 inventiou ho may happen to mako in iu: VAilK HOWS. Losses paid in 31 years such employment, Tho facts nro as folTho following id told of James B, in U. S. exceed 831,000,000.00 lows : Randall, editor i.f tho Augusta (Qa.) Two ot the professors of the Solid, Prompt and Honorable. Pays Cinmirle ivul Canttiiiliunatht : losses milium uu uajs' uixconnt. University wero employed in ne nttcuded preaching nt n colored making experiments iu producing sugar chui ch in tho country, uud hud in his Does the Leading American Easiness. from sorghum. Tlieso experiments wero iiockit n silver half ilollart just tho so successful that the professors havo ticket faro buck to Augusta. At the conrollelra written liy patented tho processes used in their owu clusion cf his sermon the miniate, JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent. names and as their owu pioiiorty. As ordered n collection lor his otn huiellt. tho question of tho propriety of this "Of course." eaid he, " I 'sjiects ovor 8IX OTIIKU COMPANIES lliaaams agtcrr, ltatra rtaaonaUe. courso has arisen, tho Principal ot the pusson to givo bomethin' ; but l's told 111- university, under his own signnture, has dat Mr. Thomas up tho l.iuo v under ha I publicly defended it. But in tho some turkeys stolo Friday night. I Eepresentativo Newspaper of the Soutb, ho makes use of the following ex- don't want auy man who had u ban' in TIIK WEEKLY traordinary words iu regard to tho steulin' dem turkeys to put any money becoming publio projierty : iu de hat." When tho hat reached Ban-dal- l " Becoming publio projierty ' sounds not a man had denied, und the well; is a fine sentimeut; but as a sen- preacher's eyes were on him. His an ono AN or timent it would bo just as nieo to say went into tho hat. tho 'dear publio' should ovtti, as n pub lie, all tho property in tho State ' C031Vr.I3lBtiTAUr KOTXCK. Principal Scott used an illustration " Don't you know that it is felony to which completely taken tho ground from out of a gentleman's steal n pocket-boo- k An EifKur Ok under his own feet ; for tho dear publio pocket?" asked uu Austin Justico of a do really und in fact own all tho propMONOPOLIES, OLIGARCHISM erty in tho Stato, tho oppireut owners hard case. 4X1) "Yes, I know it, Jcdge, but dat nro Bi'mply occupiers, subject to tho being poeketbook bulged out so at do hr.loa THE SPIRIT OP SUBSIDY I cmiuent domain aud lights of tho State. dut I b'loevo you has ix miui spent iu Tho Statu can, by due proeo.su of law, Aa emtoJIeJ In dat yer would hab made, n brouK t.iko possession of any person' farm or yer for it yeiself, Jcdge, cf nolxxly liouso und put it to publio ii.so, aud in watchin' ytr." Texa Xifttnui. every grant of laud to au individual this hen lire illicit moro froely, i.o," he titlercil, as ho lcajicd my men. Do .i .i t' o Imld. "No, m ,.t' ing rashly. Ict me go into Uio a' .in first. Yrm may follow mo." (Vuimodoro Tucker strode into tho .dnu, walked up to tho bunk whore his iu.eiigorlay,aud, grasping hold of tho finale ilros, he dragged its wearer out iihhi tho tloor. Them was a sharp re- itatmiw, and tho passenger drew a pis. tol, but it wai quickly knocked nway the guwu was torn off, and a mau camo iirth from tho remnants of calico and tincn. The fellow ws assnreil that his whole nlot had been discovered, aud at length ho owned that it had been his plan i turn out in tho cottrso of tho night and get hold of tho ball ot twino, which ho had left in n convenient place ; then ho intended to hnvo gono aft, carefully unwinding tho string as ho went along, thou to havo got into tho boat, cut the falls, and n tho boat fell into tho water ho would have pulled smartly upon thu twine. "Aud I think you know," ho continued, with a wickod look, "what would have followed. I shouldn't have been noticed in the fuss I'd have got out of tho way with tho boat, and you'd havo been in tho next world in short rrdcr. And nil I can say is that I'm sorry I didn't do it." It was with much difficulty that tho Commodore prevented his men from killing the Mllaiu on tho spoU Ho proved to bo one of tho enemy's officers, mid was to havo a heavy roward if ho succeeded in destroying the Commodore and his crew. The prisoner was carried on deck and lashed to tho main riggiug, where he was told to remain until tho vessel got into port. "What a horrid death that villain meant for ui," uttered Carter. "Yes, ho did," said Tucker, with n shudder. " IIo belongs to tho same gang that's been a robbin' and Immln' tho poor folks' houAes on tho eastern coast," said ono ot the men. " Yes;" said tho Commodore, with n nervous twitch of tho muscles about his mouth. A bitter curse from tho prisoner now broke on tho air, aud, with a clenched fist, tho Commodore weut below. In tho morning, when Tucker camo on deck, Seguin was in Eight upon tho starlioard 1kw, but when ho looked for tho prisoner ho was gone. "Carter, whero's tho villain I lashed hero last night?" "I'm sure Idou't know where ho is, Commodore. Perhaps he jumped overI S'o, Tho amount of capital invented In tho Jewelry trade of thu United Httvi, of silverware, is estimated at upward of $;0,000,OiV). In variety of nnd lioatity of wotkmanshlp Amor ican jonelry U uucqitalod in any part of Europe. Thero aw, it is tald, no less than n thousand difleiont eloigns in lace pins, im many moro in enrrlngt", and an equal Tariety iu many othjr- - attioles. Wo Jmvo not only tho most com pie to machinery, but tho largest establish-molli- s iu tho world, for thu mauufiictmo of jewelry. Tho most extensive hotiso in huropo (n llrm in Taris) hrt but 160 workmen, while n (ingle factory in Newark keejis 500 busy iijwn genuine gold work in ordinary times, and thero are several other American houses which employ from 100 to flOO men each upou high-clas- s goods. The enormous extent of tho manufacture hero is mado tuoro clearly apparent when it is known that these great firms aro chiefly cugaged in tho production of a fow specialties. Tho largest factory mentioned is operated principally for breastpins, earrings, bracelets, chains and laco pins. Another establishment is especially devoted to the making of bracelets and gold and cameo rings, and so on through tho different branches of manufacture. Tho very finest jewelry to bo obtained in nny modern market is mado at a certain workshop iu this city, whoso productions, impressed with a peculiar originality and licauty iu the most minute nro eagerly taken by tho d dealers, with but little regard to price. JVi w York Evening most-note- M ICT IIODIHT.HOUTH railOr. Pfritmi trn5 BROWN'S IROM BITTERS will cute ilrirKpsla.tirmtlnitn. nwU m, kidney ilitesie, liver complaint, and other waiting tinman MuoJay Hehool attOu Thuretay ulahl. llee. II. C. Morriton, uiinienuen. AITIDT tlT. J M. Hanoi, I'aator. hertlree and fourth ftumlaya, morning and onferond arter- night, I'rayer Meeting etary Hnlne-lanoon. Hunday fehool it t M a. m. IU K. Harrow supvrinieatiriit IlKIMTIAII -- Worahlpbylheeongrrgatlon at- 101 J arylMaiiay. iTeaeningny ir j. onKeesind and rourlh IxiM'a dara. Muixlay Hehool it t IS. Joe. Heffranee, Huperlntendenl. rjKHMllVTKlltAN, WIDTli -I- ter. l". . Mef3-- I ror, paMor Munday Cchool al to. John W. Mealing on float, Superintendent. I'nlon Wadnewlay nlghta wt r'. imj-r- -I- lKV. Mcrrlmn. " rinmr; mmuiin C. II. JfNIlV Chicago Tllfi IIOIITJB.' Railway. llt'NNINll mming ntjj Louisville, New Albany & H.V.I' LINK n t. Pullman LOUISVILLE Paluco TO Cms! I ANII HOMD TI1AINH Ijer CHICAGO NrKcui NoTtrit raiaenger Irom the A N It. It. arrlr In Lnvlaelll In time to ttke th craning train of lb "Monon llouta" and g- - OPERA HOU&E, thrwigh to BROWN'S IRON BTANroitD. KV. (Irccncflstlc, CrnnrnriliTllIc, Ijifujcllo nml Ulilcngo nltliont change. -time taiii.i:. nrATlONfl. Arr. (Ireenrailla fiaTIyT 7 41 1 W. P. WALTON, - Proprlotor. I.T. 7 iaTfy7 lAUlaalllet BITTERS enrichtithe Hood and tiuiifici the arsttmi cures vieakneti, lack of energy, etc. Try a bottle eiceofStage, MiM. lflht romaJatearta ol ReeHealing rapacity. Including eallery, 00. ntry Iteaaonabte rate to gnod altraellena. Addreaa aa a bote. " " Ufayelt Chleage CrawrsrdiTlll IMimllOlnm . p m. 1 1 m dl a nil 1 01 pre SO Stanford Female College. NTAM-'OKD- . The hteal direct Mute, wllh onlr on rhangaof ran, to all lnla In Wlaronttn, MlanrMla, lowl, Nebraika, Ae r'or rurlher Information, addreaa MIRItAY KM.I.1.11, (I IM- Lonlitllle, Ky yf, lWWI I J I IliuUllpn am to II im KY. n wialrr.ri sem mmmmmtfft BROWN'S IRON With a Full Corps of Teachers, Jl ALL TIIK rlllANrilKH OF A ! Thlilnitllutlan will open 111 TMrtenlk Paailan on tha M Monday In Keplenitcr nett. Jfc!''"' irf jalWWWrP ' "la"". BITTERS Ii the only Iron peparalion tliat dots not color the teeth, ami will not cauie headache or conttipation, at other Iron preparations will. TH0I.0UGHENGLI3HC0URSE Ar taught, m wellae (LOUISVaLE fedASHVllTEl rlRT " ' r..i.rwa THE OftCAT Through Trunk Line Q MDHIO. THE XjANOUAOKS. UIIAW-INAND PAINTINQ. Tiir. .iitait.iTtux Ducks aro reiorted to lie at!o to fly 1,500 miles nt ono time, and tho paco of tho swallow- - and martin is put down at 1)00 miles in twenty-fou- r hours. Lin- of tiiitns. ll. TERMS MODERATE. Wf, I'reparauuy, 110, BROWN'S IRON In Tuition, prim range (rou IM to IM In th regular Impertinent.. Primary,!, InUrniadlal. aid Collegiate, ISO. For full particular, aa to Hoard, Ac .addreaa HKN. H. V. Iltl' till i:KT, nUnfnrd. IJneoln Ok, Ky, l'rlnrltl, 4 Without Change and with Speed Unrlrated SHORTEST AND QUICKEST IK.1II UX..3.ILLCTDTIII WW NS v nets and other bird have, been known to settle on tho niast aud rigging of ships far nway from Ian lout at sea. Thoy will tako their night's rest seed-eatin- g BITTERS all sufferers from neuralgia, hvitena, and kindred will find it without an equal. HALL'S eaEBrxasPKaaraaaKarwaraeaawaw. ROUTE SOUTH & WEST Meetgomery, Allaala fataiaab. JackMntille, Jlotlle. aad New Oiltaaa. In ralacet'ar Without tXaar Ratarrh OU11KN Naa.il Catlty-Chron- RB lo PUUMJN MRS Kffi .: A. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Proa Louieillleln Palace rra wllhcut change FMIRRANTQ tin 8hmcr.omcnth IO el tlili read will He 13 RECOMMENCED BY PHYBlCIAKa JtrsO? PUBLISHED. GOD'SIOVESTOKY o nnff Catarrh of tho Ulcoratlral Catarrh of thn Car, Gyo or Tnroal. itllimienupon iniEKnauki,ana thn Ulood nnd nets DIREOTLY Mucous OurTaooe of tho 8rotom. It In t tho heat Blood Purlflor thattho I worth ALL Is WORLO. nnd charred for It. for THAT olono. UNIT UM1X0 INTERNAL CURE FOR recalre aptclal low ratta ''" '" Agent "' ol IMa C C y P ATht'ltf tor ealee, rmlaa Loulalll, G. P i. T Kr. I CATARRH cuhso-quen- And we offer Ono Hundred Dollar tor nny C.i so of Catnrrh It HI not Ctirn. 1VILL CLlti; ANY CASI OOI cf A T BTliUTi CVv'l Cniciou. Ill . J linn 4, 10. ( , TWnfo, tt Mtttri. F J CAcneyit I tain t leaeura In Informlnc; rou Uantiemen. bars ueed Mall s (."aUrrli l"ure Il liai tint 1 m Iwaa rery luj- axl dont bealtat lo rtiml Mjr'hatUwIH cur ancoao of L'atarrtilf Ukrn Your truly, pruperlr. J. 11. TciTncan.RD. E. HnuuT, Jockacn, Utch., wntwl Haro lad Catarrh for a) rear. Ilall'a Catarrh Cure currj run CooaMfir It wnrlh SIO.00K Lottie. ct rersold by all OrurjrjaU at ! CI111SEY txittb CO. J ManufarturM and Mkr lrwlotora, TOLCI6, OllIO. tiris Tin: MAii.iirr.ai Don't Be Led Astray! rty the irullerly Mterded adeerllaemetitaaf rlral route., wkiih are HaM lo derelee the putllr The Mwrteat and (jtiltke.1 Itoul from Clneln. nail Weal la lha ii MISSISSIPPI H W, 10 .- ... wonni sio a iiottli:. Hours ! noat-PW- 143-- tr - r rr Cincinnati tu St. Louis Iloura ahead of all other line. For allo hlanford by I'cnny A McAlliler. 41ally 3IHIIy Ti.lna, wlili noehanj, of ear aMngera, for any rd hard-lioilo- aOil FIRST-CLA- L Afflicted, Attention Tralna to louli.llle, with Free TarUr 2lially I). GALViY'S MANUKACTl'ltF.D I1Y REMEDIES W. K. OANN, M ! 2 12 FOR THE MILLION. P., 2lal!r Tralna tu Eramillle, 4 boura In ad. of all Mhcr reulea, with on leM change of eara. Dally Tralna te Cairo, T boura quicker than any other line, aad no change of cara. Tralna to New Orleana. No change of Unclnnall. Hours q,mSIek "" Two Hour Cb"uo lu"xnl'' Le Tlmeon the itaachange of ctra & GLOBE MONTICELLO. KY. than by other tinea. rvUliaaS Plfl cat,,,0a Oliy IiiNiiranve Coinjumy Illinois-Industria- l la theonly line wllb A Dally TbeO .( The world la Ailed with tbe wonderful, Wautl- ful and Intricate Ineentlona ol man, yet all tbe Tralna from (Inelneatl loft. Loela, making direct combined talent and gcnlua that lb world hae ee. coonerllona la lha Uuieu teiot (at fcl. lulOwlth er known buneier produce.1 anytblDf tbat ran MUaourl l'aeltle Kalleay, et. Iula. Iron Moun. Med tea I tain A twuthern lUllway, 1 hlcago A Alton Kail, Ilr. llanB'e lnHdlea' romiiare wath aklll and aclenre hate, aa yet, titled to dlaeoeer road, Cbltego, Hurlingun A Qulnry lUllruad, Ka. A anr tnngenual to tnem.br tba cure or tba die. okuk AM. 1aui lUllroaJ, Wabaak, eaara far wbleli they ara recommended. A their 1'arlflc lUllfead, llHirl KanaaiATtiaa lull f Irtura and uara are iralied br IbeuMUda Ibreugh- - way, Ml Loula Artan FrancleroUallw.y out thelengih and breadth ol tbe land, and aa This Upon Yonr Memory. eianuaru rauur Meuictnea, mey cannot ui am are fully aubatantlalod by the atrong. eat teatlmoulaja. la tbe only line by which you The ,f lor Uougtie, (oMt. troop, HroMbltla, Conaump can get through can Iron Cincinnati tost. Loula lion and all I)leucaa ol tbe Throat and Lunga, wllheut paying rilra tare la addition to money pall for ticker. riWe.or ane Intoimallon, call on Ticket Agenla of connecting Hue. -- Il (I'lraaacallatlH Walnut at, U For Llrrr OapIalnl,tyipeiaIa. Indlgeatlon Jaun-dic- e, WealKourlU at., tlrand Hotel, Oonallpalloo, (jour bleuacb and all lillloui (.orDetfotofMlllilrel. lllaeaaea, il. lula Impren .. line Dr. Guim'ri CmiKi Njrup. l'r.tketa, P.inrinnatn J. 1). lino Dr. (Jiuin'et bcaat M.pr Cure. w. vt. PKAiioDY, For rthcuroatliru. Neuralgia, Srralna, PrLlara and Hwelllnga-- an etterntl application for manor (len'l I'aeKugar Agt Oen'l .Manager. OntiDaill. IIII.I, faurKler Agent, Ulanvu, Ky w. 11. ttiurruu, Vrin Dr. Giuui'm Liiiliiivnt. Hume, rorlllea, Hemorrhoid, aluillar Ularaar, llilula aiul all Cho Vho Courier Journal - Jr. GamrH Pile Ointment. ct f nt LO. Tor Freeh Cula, Ilurni, Ulcer and OU tforra, THE M0.1T IlCilttAULG ROUTE TU half-doll- Live Issues, Living Dr. fliiiui'ri Illttt'r-SttcOlnluiviit. UHcDr.fJiiiiirH.SIoiiiiuli ItlttcrH Ideas CINCI3VNATI! doce, leaachangeeand auperlor arcornmodalTon And decidedly Ihe Popular Itout, attbrdlng, aa It to MOEAIi POECBS. w. ic. A ItellaUe Tonic, Appetlier and llluo.1 Purifier, and alw cure liyiieepala, Iodlgcatlou, Liter (Viiuplalnt, Malarial Keren and all rlo.lral Tba North, Northern and TV eat. In fact, If you Ulacaera. Maiiiifturtdand far aale by cunt lullate a trip In any direction, your InUreat win neuwiierrni oy purcuaiing ycur iicaata Tta K. C. and Cincinnati. STralua each way 2; Pull man Palace aia, Klitant New Day Coachea, aud Bole proprietor, Montlcello, ky. aar, ordera h.ndeoruely furnlahad Itecllnlug Chair Cara lorui by luall will metre pioiupt attention. M-tha untualed equlumeuta of ibt Old Kellable, thereby making a trip oter thla line on ol luiu. Mijionri, Iowa, Kaniai, Tezai, ir. x., rlout comfort aud plraaure. Try It. TIUKTAIILK. Booth. IN E By. KlrtOT No. DEC.JI, 1UJ. No. 4, 11 vf That Thioving Tariff Kentucky's THE t No.g. llouto East - screw-drive- r. Com-..W- r. yi - precedent right is resort od. Moreover, property the Stato can tuko a ind his pertou and uso them for its own sen ice uhuii it is thought uocossary by tho Btato Government. Tho question is a narrow ono. Must tho farmers of Illinois and of other Htntoo be compelled to pay a tax to persons who, iu tho courso of their employment iu n publio capacity uud while under publio pay, discover any methods for processes which they uro employed to discover? These guitlcmou wero coitniuly to experiment iu making sugar, Tho cost of making tho experiment was paid out of tho unit orsityfuiids, which aro publio moneys. To whom, thou, do tho results of thus experiments belong? Is the publio to bo sutisllod with a long table of figure) showing tho results, while tho methods ot producing these usiilts ure kept becrot and aro reserved is tho prlvuto property of tho for which thoej persons for tlwrn tho experiments wero made tho (arawrav miut pay if thoy desiru to uso oxpori-iiantyrs, WUATJOIIX WAS TIIISIUSO OF. An Iowa paper tell of two loiorswho wero permaueiitly sejiarated by tho interposition cf n "cold cloud of realism," Being freely inteipreted this meaiis probably that thoy viere not kindred souls. The ciruumstuuoo reixdls the n romautiu young lady who had a very lino head ot huir. Ono evenatiod gazing ing, when her niUam-u- l very inquisitively at it in the uudiil;jht, alio said, with mueh fuliuy, "John, uro you thinking that each one of these hairs in liko a golden oord binding sou to happiness?" "Wull, no," Imi answered, mochnnically, " 1 uus thiukiug what n nice mosqiulo uel they would mako." Lie, Cotlugton.. . Kaliuoulb .. " Uyntblaua " Parla.... IllWiti b.1 ...l-.l.h ..bu., I....ll n ft1 iau.il Run witiivai paper lo tba oowiiaar world, Ita circulation la KM WEEKLY .. uv mtlm .. If.. auiifvi G0URIER-J0URKA- L Wasfiifigton, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line rutiuing L. Arr. ' Arr. liilDitoa .. LoilNgtea tvioeiieater.. jtAXr ruins i.Aitaim Tban any political nawiuiper In lha South, and la axtaueu uj out lew in iuo upuru oimiea. n con-taleach week tba moil conipleto auniuarr of the uawa cf tbo worlJ. anil lta editorial coluiana (Hcnrr Wattcraon. EJitor-ln-Chleart alwaa abla, atrongand luliht. Aiuodk lha PULLMAN NEW 8LUEPIN0 OARS mo " lluntluglou... flour 11. ill Sterling Aahlaud 00 am 2 SO y 40 a ui 4 10 6W 11 W am 5 tl I IS p m g U 7 au 7 Zt p m JO a 01 11 ra 9 CO S lilpti No. 9. lilimm p 8 oft u 8 00pm p m Ullpm p u 10MJIU 1 10 lOaOpui p m II to pu p m 11 25 pu p ui 12 10 au u 12 15 am lUlID No.o. No. I. a ui a ui A SOLID TRAIN yauu Lre. llunllncton... Wluchcattr ... Arr. Leilogton . Lre Lexington. .. ' Peile " Oynlhlana.... 11 Falmouth.. Arr Corlngtuu " " ' Aahlaud- -. .. Ml. Uterllng . . II S3 12 21 Ara TtWrapblo Hiicclali Iroui all Ibt loading olnta In tba United tttilea anil Europa, bvrtal anJ bbort Htoilea, TaluiaEa'abcruooa tbailaj alter (Jclleerj In Urooklrn 'Iabercacle. Market lleporU, Jtuh. lou Uttera, Turf and block lie na, Anawcr Ui Cormuondenta' liaparluient, 1'octrj and Depart, ruaut lor Cblldnu. No lionit Iu tha Countr Connecting aliould ba without It. tHl'hClAl, LoiilNvlUe,C'liU'liiiuill tint! I.ix-UkKm- Ky i, WASHINGTON CITY. In aiue de4il with fit a u StJpu MAYsVILLE DIVISION. l"a- lra allle 1 10pm Iralm lor m ,iv,',X'1'ui'"" .w. juaiaeiueovoam " lxiniiton u TAin No 11 Uaeaillle H 4Sau Prl. a 911 . a m S to p m 0 10 119)1111 2 ll p u 7 43 I UO p U 8 M IM pu 10 m 111 CIS p m II 15 Iloau 7 15 a ui lUliu am pu Htm a ui am 8 8 19 4 ill a m Upu put Szopw ' NUIISVUII'TIOX TiUiMSt (i v nuuua;. cval, alDcl' copr one year, II 60; 1 ii toplra, on jear, Tbe Direct Routo',o Lynchburg1, Ira Alter a ti W.ralaar can,dub ot Itro liu been aent ua tba vino, Aonoix, club throutbout tb yaar, add alugla No. Ii Mej.illIelJlOpm Lejil ngton 8 li pu 'ii,,tB TM jitulj Catarrh is the seed of coniutnption, and cau be auUcilptloua, Yearly aubKrlptlona ouly receiml at thlt rate. Our terma lor lew unless taken In time ii a very dangerous I ban a year are 11 for eUbt uiootha, 7J ccuta (or all Uiorjlhe; SO crola (or thrra uiontha. dlseare, Hall' Catarrh Cure never falls A aauple COiy c( Weekly IXurUfJvunal la aent fro si charge lor elimination on application Sold by Penny & to cure. Price 76c and counultalcn r. aubacrlptloo it our lowaat club rale 11.10 (or . . tttd hem? tjuntry Qentltman, W. n llitl.llKNAltl. One of our best cltiten would tty to the Co., Loularllle, Ky. rreeldftil publio that he has triad Hall's Catarrh Cure U claimed for It. Price Demooratlo and for a. Tariff for Eevenua and It is all that 76c per bottle. only, Courier-Journal alloued cantaxera, Liberal ciuh oulflt acut theul free u( charge. Addreaa No. 8 rum dally aud baa day roachi fromClu. clunall Ui 11 aalilogton, I'ullmauNlceiicrato Kana. win ralla. W Va and Itccllnln- - Cbalr Car to Lax. Ingtod. HU ouly t alalloua ou K. C. K. It. wbtreliiua la ctian No. 2 runt dally, except tunday: haa through coachea to Hun Ington. No. 4 runa dally, iiept Hunday, baatbrough coach and-Nortla Ml ttteillugauliiarlcriar to Marinll. No. 8 runt dally, liaa clrgaut day coach I rum Waablog For lUieti aud lurtber lufuruiatlou. apnly lo tou. 1'ulluiau filccwr from Kanawha Fall aud parlor cara from Lexington to Cincinnati. Ouly youriiearcat tllitbillae,orddrM Ihraaalepa. Noa. 1 and 8 run dally, icept Bandar, and liar through coachea frou llunllngtoo JAMCH V. KKNNT, arid lit. bterllng Direct conucclloa at Lexington talero Ageut, with atagra for Ulcbmond,Ky.,LawrDcbur(,Ky.. Ky arid Veraalllw, Ky. II.lv. I'DLLKH, O. W. NMITII, O. W BENDE1I, L. BROWN, Uau't Maoager, Jan'i laaa'r AgH. ouperluundcnt Oeu'l fata. A Tkt. AgL lUcbuooi, Vlrgola. Uorai clflcw, CoTlngton, Ky, San All Vlrginlu Carolina 3IUH.Mitlii)lLuulU, " a ' -- -