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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 29, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883052901_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 29, 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. iin k - " X.-NUM- i - Heekt BBU VOLUME 610. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY llfeflif I 29, 1883. no-- el - outfit' NEW 1 161. SERIES-NUMB- ER Our Neil Conmor. Reform at a Funeral. An Innotatlon. Tho Ticket in yen. Kentucky could not havo selected a - At a recent funeral inNew Jtochelle, raNow Is this Knott a "My daughter is to bo married next A ralox that'i Iru man of wldor experience, profminder N. Y,, tho officiating clergyman in week," ho said, as ho sat down and We bare lllD.lnun In th rare T.ji. WALTON, - - - Editor and Proprietor knowlodgo of tho law or of greater formed thoso who wero In tlio church removed his hat. Who la a headman Ion r. 7. WALTON, Business Manager popularity throughout tho Htato. Ho that it was requested of It'e Hardin deed tocornprthtncl "And you will present her with a those who How thli itrtngt thing ran b, (J-will provo a cafe and practical yet should assemble nt tho 55J place of burial check for $50,000, of courso?" roplied But do not rack jour brain, uar frltnd, rublUhm Tnitityit ahiI tyiility, progressive Governor. Il'a all Faj'.t Hewltl-hAtlanta Con that thoy should romain covered dur- the broker, W now Ulck Tat that trttf day stltution. ing tho final ceromonlcs. It was "Well, no, that's what I called to TO Our Utile tUK ahall trow, S'J.no tJ3It ANNUM. Proctor Knott will mako a splendid And whIU wa don't all tin way, that this suggestion was mado seo you about. I boliovo in innovaWe'll rickctt u we (o. arflesnilon't Mini stamps In aytnent of sub- - Governor for Kentucky, and tho dem- out of a regard to tlio health of many tions." W don't taka pathi we onentlmn rTldlon except to male change, and then of Je- - ocrats are to bo Cccll-l- j people through, "You'll give her U'iTi.OOO In cash, congratulated upon oxpostiro to tho bleak, raw nonflS i net 4fr three tenia. Hut keep the belt, and flod all rhjruea tho choice they have made They wind prevailing might bo attended ch?" For "No, sir. I was thinking that you lead oil with n good example, and if with danger. It often happens that Henry Stanton In the Yeoman, A Summer. might tako about $500 and buy about iMstSmr Without tlio Ohio democrats do as well ia their services at tho gravo aro long, and Druggists nnd Booksollers, An Original Editorial Salutatory. Duritrg a cold inrini like that nomination tlicro will bo no troublo $75,000 worth of some sort of bonds." moro than onco it has been said of a An Arkansas jornalist, in assuming Opera House Block, which fa jiut now drawing to nn end, about keeping tho Duckoyo Stato in "As an investment for an income?" Stanford, Ky. man brought down to death by a sudGet $1,000 control of the local columns of a pcoplo generally cousolu themselves tho democratic column. "No for a show. St. Louis den attack of pneumonia that his fa bonds if possible. Got some that are weekly paper, says: "Tho proprietors with the reflection that tlio atin will Republican. tal illness was contracted whilo stand of tho Skillet havo deemed it advisaeventiNy get tho victory, nml that Proctor Knott novor niado but ono ing bareheaded in an outdoor funeral printed in red and hluo ink if you can. iiirti'mer will cerUinly como nt last, funny speech in his life, and ho has they have big red or blue seals on, ble for mo to lend my influenco to this service. Not long ago, whilo tho If great enterprise. I am an old hand bo delayed. liccn trying over since to though ita oowkig may live down tho ground was sloppy with an untimely so much tho better. If thoy begin 'In PHARMACISTS tho namo of God, amen,' they will at the business, aud come highly recUncertain 'Mthoweatheri, tho gen record. Hut ho has tho finest stock snow-fa- ll, thoso who had charge of a look tho moro important. See that ommended, have been run out of the eral ieatarea of tho waaou recur with of stories that can't bo printed pos- burial at Woodlawn Clllltl IK- provided floor the paper is good, the printing clear, swampland district on account of a a regularity which warrants tho conn sessed by any man in tho country, and cloths for the covering of tlio turf Drug8, Books, Stationery dence thus reposed in tho annual re- when bo is elected Governor of Ken the signatures in a bold, heroic hand delicately expressed sentiment to the around the burial idaco for the pro and Fanoy Articles. aud send your bill to me. Tho time effect that tho County Judge was a tliua and barveil; hut tucky, with plenty of time in which tection turn, of leal I'hjiycUni' prwilpllon, accurately compounded, of those assembled to pay their thief of no small capacity. So long Alto has gone by when tho public can bo there arelriatanccs on record in which to do nothing, Frankfort will bo a delast tributes to tho memory of a friend. V.aeV 4. mmmmulr anwee I fooled by a check." Wall Street as the Judge of this county remains one of the seasons scorn to have loat lightful placu to visit.-- N. JHWEI.EItM I Y. World. Theso recent instances of thoughtful-ueshonest, or rather is not caught steal News. their characteristic features, as if tho Tho nomination of J. Proctor for tho living aro commended to ordiMry.-Uw- i oj meteorology had boon Knott simply means a recognition 'if A Haitt IlEnMJT. A correspon- ing anything, I may stay with you, Largest Stack of Watches, tho attention of all pcoplo who desiro dent writes that out in tho wilderness and help develop tho wondcriul retemporarily suspended. A rcmarkn superior merit by tho pcoplo of tho Clocks, Jewelry X Silverware for tho dead shall not that respect of this section, but just so bio cam of this kind, and one which State. For onco sound judgment in beyond Choyenno dwells a hermit sources Erer brought to thla market. IMrea tower than cause heedless pain and discomfort to theLownt. Watchea, Clncka and Jewelrr whoso business it is to tako care of re- soon as he is proved to lc a thief, I the i.lotiK continued cold weather of tbo selection of a democratic candid- thoso who on ihort notice and Warranted. survive I tako this makes particularly inter ate for Governor has prevailed, and of horses for tho stago. Nothing reckon I'll have to slide. this spring lays Vutuo in the Cowhide. eating just now, is that of tho year the worst Governor Kentucky over grows nor is water to bo found for method of informing tho people that "Cowhiding" has n harsh, grating miles and miles around his desolate I will preach at tho Clay Hill Church 181C,, which has been called "tho had will bo succeeded by tho best. sound to tho cultured car, but, when Arkansas Traveler. cabin, and yot ho endeavors to make next Sunday." year without a summer." A Proctor Knott will givo to the people judiciously administered, its curativo life cheerful. His humor expresses in tho Congregational-it- t an administration of which every The Postmaster General has issued AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. effects are surer and more durablo itself in tho following illuminated an order, to take effect July 1, in tho following summary ot tho Kcntuckian will feel proud. Ho was gives than almost any other species of punweather of this rcmarknlilo year: eminently superior in overy point of ishment. Liko tho calomel andjalan signs, posted conspicuously on bis which he directs that whenever any shanty: "Hotel do la Starvation," letter, prepaid at less than ono fall January and February wero mild, qualification to any of his competi- so common in medical practice thirty March wasjeeld; ,April began warm, tors, yet thoy were all men of fino In"Fifteen miles to water," "Twenty-g- ve rate of postage, or any parcel of third years ago, it wrenches and tortues the miles to wood," "Seven inches to or fourth class matter, not fully prebut ended.! "mow and Ico. Ico form tellectual powers. Kentucky has been patient, hut he is not likely to need cd an intA.tblck in May, and fields sleepy and backward, a laggard among hell," "Wanted A neat and tidy paid and otherwise mailable, is depos A.snph another doso for a lone timo after wero planted over and over again till tho States. Knott as Governor will girl to do general housework," "God ited at a postofficc of the first, second wards. If tho young hoodlums, whito mess our Home, it w.as too lato to replant. Juno was bring her to tho forefront, lifting her and ibis man nover or third class, consigned to any other black, so often arrested for ruffi sees any living Ieing except perhaps postoffice within tho United States, it tho colJcst ever known in this lati- from the old ruts and putting heron Desires lo call attention to the Large and Comprfbcnslrefitorkof anism, wero mildly corrected with tude; frost and ico wero common. Al a higher plane. Owcuslnro Mcascn cowskin by their parents in tho pres- once a day when tho coach dashes in- shall 1)0 the duty of tho postmaster to OroccrlcH, ProrlftioiiM, CoiiforiioiicricH, Tobacco, C'Ikhi-m-, to sight, nnd yet ho is jovial and hold tho same and notify the addressee most ofdry green thing wiw killed; gcr. ence of tho justices, as was Jeremiah Which he keep, always on hand. Makes a specially ol Handling floods at Wholesale on Small rroflu of tho detention, requesting him to re- (loots dellrered within town limits frroofcharge. happy. fruit nearly all dextroyed. Hnow full Her Daughter's Husband, Wallace on Thursday, instead of beA traveler saw a woman takoatmin to the depth of ten inches in Vermont, An Axtiqui. Naiiiutivk Newly mit tho proper amount of postage to ing committed for trial or sent to pe(oven in Maine, three in I fin interior by tho collar, yank him up the steps enlitlo tho letter or parcel to bo fornal institutions, many a dollar would Clad. Spcnsler, of Perry, woundup warded to its destination. of New York, and alio in Mawncliu into a railrond car, jam him down in bo savid to the city nml Stato, and n a glowing speech in the Houso Wedsetts. There wero n few warm dajH. a hot seat near tho stove, pile up a nesday with tho quotation: " Vox LlTi'.lML, HUT NOT SATISFACTORY. moral revolution would lw quietly efand two big brown baskets with It was called tho dry reason. Hut "Children, what must n man do fected iu Ilaltimoro. Baltimore jtopuli, vox Dei," and sat down perlittlo rain fell. Tho wiud blow teiul l(io covers at his feet, ahovo n lady spiring. Mackin turned to Crawford, before he can go to heaven?" asked a American. DKAMlltS I- ily from the North, cold and llorco. into his lap and Buy: who is a butchernt home, and remark- teacher in a Sunday school. A good What ('iikai Jitstici: Mkans. Mothers knit extra eockii and mitteni "Now, sit thero till I help Mary ed enthusiastically: "Wasn't that a boy would havo known tho proper anfor thoir children in tho spring, and Jano on tho car; and don't inovo till I Whilo wo havo nothing to say in dis- grand climax, now?" "It was tho real swer at once and replied that a man paragement of our judge?, we will say woodpilci, that usually disappeared como b.ick." stuff," assented tho other Philadelphi-a- n. must be at least decently honest, a during tho warm spell, in front of tho When tho woman reached tho door most emphatically thnt cheap justico "I'll bet you $10 you don't condition which would exclude nearly is tho moat expensivo luxury a pooplo houses were speedily built up again. tho traveler said to her: know what it means, though," said every iu this country can enjoy. The Lord Chancellor of Planting and shivering werodono to. "Is that man your husband?'' Mackin. "I'll just go you," said Craw- since tho declaration of independence; .and I" roared the womau. England, tho fountain of law for Great ford, eagerly. gelher, and tho farmers who worked "Everybody knows but a little boy, who was too literal Britain, receives 8100,000, and Enout their taxes on tho country roads "He's my daughter's husband, and sho it means "My God, ray God, why to be satisfactory, answered, "He wore overcoats and mittens. In a town hasn't spirit enough to say her soul is glish rulings aro tho law of all civiliz- hast Thou forsaken me?" "Here's the must die, sir." ed lands, and nover a faint ofsuspicion in Vermont a flock of sheep belong her own." tenner," said Mackin, admiringly PILES! PILES! PILES! This true story (caches us that some has over polluted this great fountain handing it over. "I had uo idea you ing to a farmer had been scut as usual . Deminu'n ew VUroreru for to the pasture. On tho 17th of Juno travelers haven't enough eenso to di of justice. Kentucky formerly had a wero such a Latin scholar!" I'ilem la a radical change from the old remedlea a heavy snow storm fell in Now Eng- sgnose n family party when they see standing in tho judicial world, but Salt, Lixno, Cement, Fiold Soods, Plows and Farming In use. The sinco her judges havo had to play the A Quaker wrote tho following lines heretoforepatient (dentineDlscorrrjr la the rcault of atudy and Investigation yearaof Burlington Hawkovo. one. land. Tho cold was intense Implements. Call and soo tho gonnino Hamilton Plow. demagogue for tho wages of second-clas- s and if we could all wear that kind of Into toe character of thla painful dlseaie. To conA farmer who had a largo field of fines jou ol Its great merit, call on Tenor A. Hon. Geo. Denny, Jr., in his dry goods clerks, a smile comes a broad brim there would bo no harm Stanford, or W. H. Weber, Mt. Vernon, corn in Tewksbury built fires around opening speech beforo the Republican over tho grave faces of bar and judges in all tho world in becoming Quaker: and get a aatnple box free of charge. it nt night to ward off tho frost. Ma State Convention said: "Kentucky if tho decisions of her Courtof Appeals "I expect to pass through this world T. W. Eagle, of Mlamlsburg, O., lolorms ua that ny an evening he and his neighbor republicans demand nioro agricultural aro produced in any Court outsido of but onco. It, therefore, thero be any Browit's Expectorant cured hlni ol a Terr bad took turna watching them. Ho was caugh after ererj other medicine had failed. To implements and fewer shotguns and tho Commonwealth. Lex. Gazette. kindness that I can show, or any good hid of 1'cout A McAlIster, Stanford, and W rewarded with tho only crop of corn moro school teachers and fewpistols; thing I can do, to auy fellow human M. Weber, Mt. Vernon. in tho neighborhood. Considerable er convicts in tho penitentiary." PerAt the hearing iu Atlanta, on Wed- being, let me do it now. Let me not Ml., r ln M.f nt Itrnrtbn. Ill .lAva her lihrsl- damage ' was dono in Now Orleans in haps it didn't striko him that Ken nesday, on tho application of a paper defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass clanagave hrrupaa a hopeless ronsniuptiie, but r,mr I.M il nf Ilrnwn' KfMforant rured her. For consequence of tho rapid riso of tho lucky republicans aro about as handy manufacturing company to have a re- this way again. Let this bo my epi- sale br IVnnjr A McAllsler, Stanford, and W. M. Fears wero enter Mississippi River. with shotguns and pistols as their dem- ceiver appointed to wind up the af- taph: Weber, MU Vernon. WITH- tainod that the sun was cooling oil, What I ".pent I bid; al, tlio y ocratic brethren; that it is tho repub- fairs of tho Atlanta and throughout Now England all pic Whit I raved I left behind; AnpUTCWnntecl. M.SOO InCnah Prte lican counties where ?cliDol teachers question of the exact naturoof a newsAgonte- - A NEW BOOK iijr What I gave away I took with uie. nios were strictly prohibited. aro needed worst and whero illiteracy paper publisher's occupation came up. -July was accompanied with frost and most abounds, and ntitlku aa4 Lira, on A long timo ago a celebratod A Ulk that soveu tenths Counsel fur the company attempted to the vKte.l.tMkm oliimof all ib Twain I plrtlcwLr. I Uin tats. Ctitari.fUtkllluiir.iion ice. 'Indian fori, was nearly all do rUlUliLt: A MOIAKI.N, C1..1...U. OkU. of tho couvicts in tho Kentucky peni- show that a newspaper publisher is a preacher delivered a discourse on the itroycd; eomo favorably situated fields tentiary nro republicans in politic. manufacturer, and that, consequently, text, "He giveth his beloved sleep. SUCCESS. escaped. August was mora cheerless, A baro statement of these cold facts a receiver might bo appointed for tho Observing that a largo number ot his THE GREAT THE FAMOUS if possible, than the summer months would havo detracted from tlio enthual as, iu tlio eye of the law, hearers were nodding their heads, he which precettyl it. Ico was formed "Breth DEERING TWINE BINDER. siasm with which his really eloquent a manufacturing concern. Tho appli suddenly stopped and said: half an inch in thickness. Indian -iHNraddress was received by tho conven- cation was denied, the J udgo holding ren, it is hard to realize the unbound corn was so frozen that tho greator lovo which tlio Lord appears to Slmpllcltr Itaolfwhencoiuioreil with all other that tho collection of nows is not man- ol Lexington Press. tion. or HUB the lliont rmll-rbinders. For the saasoa part was cut down aud dried for fod 11 ml ailtntiml havo for a largo portion of this con liiiiroemeiil hare ufacturing. been made. Fifletu pieces taken out ol the A young man at Glasgow, la., was dor. Almost every green thing was gregation." Three sprlugs remored Nopluug Hot.' Watek tor Headache. ltlte. No chance to Errrr motion destroyed in this country nud in Eu taken iu the other day and dono for one wantmore An Arkausaw boy, writing from get out or order. No call onexperts. Any Agent and ing binder should the Herring trick. Ho laid a wager Cougcstivo or nervous headache is ofBnr-n- et, by a now ropo. On the 30th snow fell nt greate-- t that baa been ten greatly relieved by bathing tho coltego to his father's letter, said: "So sea this Improvement the ot twine binding, The madeslnrothe Introduction forty miles from London. Very with a stranger that tho lattei would In IST'J, head with water as hot as can bo Irarno you think that I am wasting my timo IteerlngTwIue Hinder, Inflrst Introduced almpllcl-tliuproreiuents, his always been ahead little corn ripened in New England, not woo, win and marry a young la For durability, light draft and good woil,. in writiug littlo stories for iho local and tho application will seldom have silo by At.l.lllliailTA (iltliEy. and tho Middle State. Farmers sup- dy, whom, with his companion, ho Stanford, Kj papers, and cite Johnson's saying that licot-2u- i to be repeated moro than onco boforo Light Mowers A Kra-plied themselves from corn produced had fccu arrive at tho hotel whero ho for aale the man who writes except for money I lso Tlio latter introduced tho patient will fall into a refreshing was living. in 1815 for seed in tho spring of 1817. is a fool. I shall act upou Dr. John himself to tho damsel, sho smiled up- sloop, llathing tho head and eyes It sold at from $1 to ?5 per bushel. RICHMOND with bay rum is also cooling and quiet- sou's suggestions and write for monoy. Beptcmlier furnished about two on his suit, n minister was called in Send mo fifty dollars." Good Cheer. weeks of tlio plcarautcst weather of and thoy wero married within nu ing. A San 1'rancisco firm paid tho oththo season, ,but in tho latter part of hour. Tlio wager of uo iuconsidern school teacher assorts that chol-ar- s A tho jnbjith ico dinned an inch thick. hlo amount was handed over to tho who havo uccoaa to newspapers at er day $08,100 as duty upon ono in 1 hare rcentljr opened In Ulrhmond a large and October had nioro 'limn its eharo of bridegroom, who left with his bride homo outstrip thoso in their studies voice of opium. Tho lartio iuvoice ram plate Is nl tig Mill, and am prrpared tu lurnlsli Tiry k.ul of It was afterwards who do not seo tho papers, becoming was duo to tho fact that in July tho cold, . jtfkther. Novcmlier was cold tho following day. andnowy. December was comfort discovered that tho couple had long better readers and spellers, bettor duty will bo increased from $0 to $10 BUILDERS' MATERIAL I W abloj and tho winter following was been man and wifo, and that thoy had grammarians and writing the best com-.- .. a pound. 'Mtiljll IHCLUDIMI i i mild. Vcfy littlo vegetation was ma- bcon traveling about playing tho same positions, Mutinies luuiiiiu gi'i'giuiiujr.? 1 Tho tariff iu Italy is tho highest in Wt'Hilit'rIioHrtlliiK, FloorhiKi tured iutho Eastern aud Middlo trick nt various hotels. and history quicker. Now is tho timo Europo, if not iu the world, aud there UotJl-H- , SHhIi, IllillllH, J.H.liK, titates. Tho sun's rays seemed to bo Philadelphia News. Vi no country iu tho civilized world in An unscrupulous person contributes to subscribe. NlHlr- Nk.HK.OH. MoiiIiiIiskm, destitute of heat during tho summer; this: "A gentleman went down to which wages are so low and the terms Elderly philanthropist, to small boy all i&tittd wliclad In a rablehue, aud Mississippi from Tennessee to proslabor so hard as iu Italy. WRJ8, A'C. who is vainly sttiviug to pull a door of NIco lot of Horses and Fino Turnouts. Kates ren- men exhibited no littlo anxioty con pect with a viow to immigrating. Ho bell abovo his reach: "Let mo help liiahop Peck of the Methodist As I sell at prices such aa the abore articles call be wliule-aasonablo. cernlug the. future of this life. happened to bo iu that part of tho you tuy littlo uiau." (Pulls tho bell) Church gave all his property to Syra- bought In Loulsr llle, Clucluustl, or other adhouses, 1 ain sure I ran make it to youi 1 am The averago prico ot (lour during country which. tlio tornado struck, and Small hoy: "Now you had better vantage to 4tronlae home lustltutlens. cuse University, having "an ambition also a practical the year iu tho New York market was was completely carried away with it." to die without anything." ruu, or we'll both get a licking." 13 per barrel. Tho avorago prico of Fiiegende lllatter. All dIaM resulting from M.f.ibus1, as wheat in England was ninely-soveNear Lake City, Fk,, le a dead Ii wasted by me. I will pay tbe falghwt Market price. I alie deal is And am pre red to furnish designs and esllmatea shillings per quarter, liread riots oc pine, which is. brokea oil at a distance Delawaro has increased her Gover nervous debilltr, mental anxletr, degreaa fr bulldlnm and all kinds of acrull work. small curred throughout Great Britain in of sixty feet from tbe grouud. In nor's salary to 82,500. At this rate, ion of spirit and fuuctlonat derangement of That lam doing uo my business, cau be Judg wna accouui runs irvui ed row tbe laci tnai 1817, iu consequence of tho high nervous sateia, cured vj CJeriuiu Invlgo II.MM 10 aj.uuv par weea. And can mpply it ia aay quantity. Uuitreitliur advertUeaient, New York tho top of this tall stuun grows a per square inilo the Governor of Tex rttor. s price of the staff of life. For sal j HrlDg prints. and building done promptly and at Addraae . huckleberry bush. ae would have .32,000. NtHiilord, I'taaj & MCAllster. H. NTArroK. Hub. A. Scmt:S(lltflilii3!nltrior3(ourinri .... WALL PAPER TRIMMED AND HEADY ! j, PUT ON, M'KOBERTS &STAGG'S VJUfatev -- V s coruruu-nicatiourint- Groceries, Provisions, &c., -- H. G. BRIGHT, St. Itlock, STAWFOKD, --- KY., st, va-lit- o A. OWSLEY & SON, Glass"Willowwaro, Harthvare and Groceries, ware, Queensware, office-hold- "N-n-w- -w Woodon Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, ozf:e:r.a. house block:. J i WE ARE Men's, Boys' REM! I Pott-Appe- MARK TWAIN"- Ito-a- & Children's Potl-Appe- CLOTHING! nl ABUNDANCE wiJEN & r, ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT! VS.-A- s Correct Styles aud Low Prices. CO. PLANING MILLS! BRUCE, m it STLflLlBirilE! yj tesleeii le ARCHITECT, t-- GOAL! T. KUNEIiIiEY, Ky. aV- J irv ;vr,?i7iiiilBaftJfii7,ri?grMr'i "Tir" " STAisroFOiaDD, Tuesday MoraiBg, w. . rMtrov, icy. May 29, 1883 EDITOR -- .1 7 ri 5 l ft M i i U J! This Is the way the republican ticket 1. reads: Governor, Col. T .. Morrow; Lieutenant Governor, Gen. Speed S. Fry; Attorney General, Capt. L. C. Garrlgus; Auditor, Lewis It. Ifawthorne; Treasurer, but under grace." "The letter klllelh, the and express offices In this State and in Illiwill take the inner nois. They showed tne their pistols tnd Capt. Ed. Farley; Superintendent of Publio Spirit glvttl. life." Instruction, Rev. James Parkerson; Regis- meaning of my dear LORD'S words and taid that they hid ordered them tent to Such ai Oliver PIowi. Melkle and Avery Doable Shovel, and the Brlakley e Turning and Single and Double Shovel and Harrow combined. ter of the Land Office, Rer. J. V. Aabury oin them to a symbol appropriate to the them from the factory lo a little town In No farmer should bo without it. dispensation, in which it ia lay joy to live, Illinois, C. O. I), and when they came had (colored.) Judah P. Benjtmin, the Attorney Gen- Where the Spirit of the LORD is, there Is blown open the safe in the express office eral of the Ute Confederate States, went to liberty. O, how often ihe letter has killed! and taken them out. They also showed England at the close of the unpleasantness What fanaticism haa not been engendered me various burglars tools, and ahowed me and entering into the prscliceof the law In by 111 For that a world full of saints are how to use them. We then came on thro' London, has made fees since then to the at open war over the amount of water re- Lexington and NIcholaavllle, stealing a amount of $600,011.78. He tends $6,000 quired in biptTsm; over robes and vest- ride on Ihe train part of Ihe way nod walknnnuallv to his wife In this country, from ments; over wax candles and genuflexions; ing Ihe rest, and slopped In a thicket near whom he wa divorced on the grounds of over psalms and hymns; over what time Bryantaviile. Cote went into the town to would fail in even cataloguing. But enough reconnoller. He came back to where a proven adultery. Tlio tlio Mayflold A mob headed by A. J. Ringo, sheriff of the blue ribbon for this time. You will Jones and I were aliout 3 o'clock Monday And night, and said that every thing was all of Menifee county, Ivy., attacked the jail at hear again of It, if the LORD will. I was at Exeter Hall called right. We then went into the town, Cote ML Sterling, intending to lynch John Har Jowol Rango Cook Stoves, StopStovos, Tin- nett and tome of hit men who are prison- - down by dear Bro. Noble to meet a gentle- said that he would stay outside and watch, Tho while Jonei and I went into the store and era there. The mob was repulsed by the man from Newcastle on Tyne, and attendcages, waro, Annoalod Wiro, guards and Ringo and four others were ed for awhile the first of the famous May blew open the safe. I went up to the win Paris, &o. A general stock of Oroeerlti. badlr wounded. It is the general opinion meetings that crowd that Hsll for a month dow of Ihe store and told them that there Lime, Salt, Cement, Flatter Wooden, China and Olanware. that the fellows In jail dererve hanging. in every year. Thia Is the religioua centre was some one in the room. They became They recently murdered Vaughn Hilton of movements, many and various. Each frightened and we left. The next night night it it jammed to suffocation to hear we intended robbing old man Davis, but in the presence of his family. The great Bridge connecting New from some new or old enterprise of philan- Cotes left ns and I got away from Jones thropic men or women. was the and started to go East. They were plotYork and Brooklyn was formally opened bling respectable by pardoning all pcrtona The letter of Mrs. Walter H. Da-vi- s 25th, In the presence of nearly a mill- anniversary of the Temperance Movement ting to rob Here College after robbing old charged with that crime; that it haa inviand tho affidavits of honorablo cit ion of people. The construction was com- among the young folks "Binds of Hope" man Davit." Dean ia 2G years old, about ted lawlessness in lis rorst and most dan izens, which wo publish elsewhere, menced in January 1S70, and has just been they are called. Stmuel Morley, Esq., 5 feet I inches high, and will weigh aliout gerous form, by denying to the courts and IaorJtr lotrt control of tkrlttt so.1 intt iptilr lino ol Airltullurel laiilttataU M. P., tilled the chair. A noble English 105 pounds. Geo. Cotes is a tall, spare PiMur VsolrUs, suJilaalQonlrtarnsMiolourcbanlasucli juries of the commonwealth tho rich! to strengthen and confirm tho belief that completed. The total length of the bridge qatnlHirs In ul.uln It Itrmi du. lowml rttM nf is 5,987 feet and the width is 85 feet. Total gentleman with commanding appearance. built man, with fair complexion, will counts in Janj ItlthmooJ, frrltbl. 1 bitt nUMuhnl brsnrli Mar Kuoms sixl Jlrtiiti (t UuiaBtiiu determine the crime and punish the crim- her husbdnd was innocent of the sn4 unJcr this arriDgtaral, w fcrl sure vs ran offer t 1'trwMi Uocostcr benevolent face and a grand head. Such weigh shout ICO pounds, ab)ul '.7 or US inal." charge for which he was killed. All height of towers above high water 273, men as Many Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. he and the Earl of Shaftesbury are years old; Claik Jones ts a heavy set man We aland squarely and illatfooted on height of bridge above high water 135 this testimony was ruled out by the feet. The wire in the four cables is equal nearly run off their lega at these May meet- about 6 feet 10 inches high, with black I irep on hsnJs at all lluir at raj te? tral H si llocra, a lira stork of thisplank ofour republican brethren's judgoand yet ho admitted evidence to 14,301 miles in length and weighs 3,' ings, such it the demand in England for mustache, will weigh about ISO wunds,and platform and have sinco thrco months a presiding officer to everything that is ex- looks to be C2 year old. Telegrams have for the defenso which was in no degree CSS tons. It cost after Blackburn's inaugural. Taking pected to cut any figure at all. I waa im- been received from several place taking as competent. for granted that the expression of FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE pressed with the enthusiasm of the audi- for descriptions of the men. Ttier were There is nothing in the world that ence. The meeting waa one succession of well armed with the most Improved pattn eso two representative oouies re tern of pistols, with belts containing 15 applause. Clapping the hands ia the flects the sentiment of the peoplo of will cure certain complaints so quick"1'llA.ISE UMIE demonstration, although stamping is rounds of cartridges each, and a full set of the State, tho Interior Journal, ly or completely as electricity. Only V (J 102 Shacki.eiveli. Lane, 1 used in moderation also. They cltp when burglars tool. They are auspicious lookwhich had rather bo right than see its last week a man who had both chills Dalhtoh, London, E.U. May 10, '83 nt .1 v. the Chairman takes his teat, when be arises ing characters, and from ail appearance editor President, feels gratified to and fever wns struck by lightning and Dtar Interior: A little more British politics all in to speak, at the slightest word with par- are undoubtedly more than amateurs in know that its position is so universal he has had neither a chill or a fever "my line" before going to something else. ticular point ofit,or if uniformly dry,at stat- the art of burglarizing. Geo. Cotes claims since. ly endorsed and accepted. Last night the Government met a second ed intervals, point or no point. Every- to live in Jessamine county. Clark Jones, may bo a stroke of enternrize defeat in the House of Lords this time thing testifies to the purpose of the crowd who gives hi name as Geo. Clark, says his Tnc Covington Commonwealth con- for the Monday's Courier-Journal to on the question of opening the Museum to have n good time, whether or no. I home is in Clark county. cludes after reading the notices that publish Spurgeon8 sermon of tho day and Art Galleries on Sunday. Again John soon tired of this particular meeting, but appear in the Frankfort Yeoman of MXCASTEll ADTkBTI&KIKXTH. was glad to have the opportunity of attend-onbefore, but it has one reader at least Bull held fast to his "religion" In suite of in consequence of Hoxton Hall being the democratic nominees for the Leg- that don't appreciate powerful ministry, and the majority among D. P. WALTElt. it. List year's engaged for a grand woman's meeting (for islature "that the next body of lawdeHTJIIOUOJV almanac furnishes fully as interesting the Peers was even more decided and women only) which gave me this Wednes LANCASTER KY. cisive than in the Lower House. Again makers will be distinguished above all OUIre orer Cltltens Bank. reading to us. poor Itrael, still blinded unwittingly, hut day evening for Exeter. Grand old Hall I rrou S to 12 A. II. and National s r. M. Otfien hours from I to that ever before met for eloquence, most touchingly testifies to his unknown May it be a centre of blessings "till Jesus "To Congress via Denver" is Billy ability, integrity of purpose, and deBAM M. BUltDETT. in Jesus, parentage. God and His Sabbath have comet." ATTOHNJ3Y At Geo. O. Barnes. votion to tho interests of tho State." O'Bradley's watchword. He found thut been voted for by these dogged tons of LANCASTER, KY. nuKKU, ?nrrinKCM,NprliiK tt'iiKOtiM, I'Jiriu WngoiiH, I,ok IVhkobm, It will hardly do to judge a man by out alter several attempts that such a Abraham. Again I am glad of it with all Will rutlc In (Uirsr.l ami adjoining counties thing as his getting to Congress from anj Court of jlll-lj- r tho Yeoman's printed estimate of bim, his homo district would never occur my heart. IT. O. KAUPFMAN, The "Blue Ribbon Movement" is unespecially it ho bo a Legislature-ma- n. , this side of tho judgment. A.t I..A.-VVDEPARTMENT. questionably a national one, and more anil Many a small potato haa been stufled LANCASTER KY. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. more I am interested with it. It is wonMaster Commissioner OirrtrU Circuit Court. V. Ill by that paper till he imagined himself practlc In til lb Court, of llsrraril and tdlolnlof It. derful how the dear LORD has identified Yellow fever is raging in Havana. countle and In lb Court of Aials. . a statesman of the But it LANCASTER. There were 158 business failures du ua with It from our landing. A vista opens is much pleasanter to give a man taf-- ring tho II. O. KautTman, as Com'r., sold the week, a reduction of thirteen over up before me, the more I ponder it. Last fy, if you can, than the roverso,be-aide- s the preceding week. night the LORD sent me to Nutting Hall undivided interest In 14 acres of land be he is more apt to vote for you. The colored people will hold a nation where I had an audience in a Coflee Palace longing to the estate of Betty Bland, dee'd. al convention at Louisville Sep. 21. Fred Halt allll connected with the Blue Rib- at $37 per acre. The people of Frankfort are going Douglas will preside. bon as Hoxton is. The little badge is seen Those wishing flowers for the Comright along, planning and preparing s The in the Willard Ho-te- l everywhere. High and low, rich and poor, mencements at Stanfoid and Lancaster, for a big timo at the inauguration of lottery swindlo will get 30c on the dol- observe the everlasting ordinance of Num- must send orders to me five days in adbers 15:33, whence I believe it all springs vance of time. Bouquets arranged in any Gov. Knott in September, apparently lar of their money Invested. another evidence of the Identity of Israel style in freth papers $1 to $3; in fresh Miss Fannie Kellogg, the opera singunmindful of tho fact that tho repuber, haa gone craay, after being married three and the British nation. And so these ttrawand willow basket, $1 to $15, accor licans havo put out a ticket with Railroad Carts llrapers, Movers, liar lUkcs, Drain Drills, llrusdnut Sswdera, Huli.r lltrrows. Ifulkar proofs multiply, springing up on every ding to size and style. J. O. Thompson, weeks. Comment reserved. which to contest the result. It u all i'law,WslklonJ aiding Cultlistort, Corn Drills, Corn I'lantors, I'tovl Cutlers. Curn, Jb.ll.r . Firm, The Cincinnati Southern Railway Co. hand from unexpected quarters, yet all Lancaster, Ky. rrt' Ilol'.srs, and msn other I term. the same, however. The republicans waa fined $100 forobstructing the highway pointing steadily in one direction. The The peoplo about Bryantaviile are are not calculating oa being elected with trains at Lexington, Ky. gotpel the dear LORD has given me to getting uneasy about their cooking atoves. by full 50,000 votes. They look for Tho county election fnVirginla are so preach Is tho "one thing needful" this na They say that L. W. Burdett A. Co.'s flour. mixed that both parties claim it, the dem- tional temper nee movement mutt have or which they all use, rises so high and strong their reward from Washington. No be a comparative failure. How strange it that thoy have been compelled to put wonder President Garfield remarked ocrat with probably tho bett right. At Montgomery, Ala , IT. S. Marshal will be, if after sedulously and persistent rocks on top to hold Ihe atove down, and on a certain occasion: "Ono never Strobach and several other officers have ly refusing to beidentiGed with Good Temp- can't tell what will hapen next. They discovers that there is a republican been Indicted for attempts to defraud the lars, or even Murphys, I should, of my have been forced to quit using buttermilk party in Kentucky until there is a Government. own accord, without one human solicita- and soda and all baking powdert. Two or Federal offico to fill." At Helen wood, Teun , three brothers, tion, mount the Blue Rlbbsn and wear it three ttoves have been broken by it around proudly and lovingly "till Jesus comer?" Iancaster. named Smith, shot and The Northern Presbyterian church and hitsan, Riley Cecil. killed John Cecil I should not be surprised if this happens. Misses Lizzie and Nannie Hopper re was the result It docs not seem disposed to bridge the of an old feud. t there it a call that may result in turned last Saturday from Mt. Vernon, bloody chasm between it and tho The rumor that den. Crook and party, our going to Newcastle on Trne, the very where they have been engaged for the past lam also rr(aredlo!uruUl!'rlrs and estimates of all kinds of Engine, 8w Mills, Tbrwblug Ma. Southern Presbyterians, although ma who are in pursuit of the Indians in Arizo- place where Moody began hit work iu the ten inonthi In teaching school. They rechlnr, llajr Presses, Hlrav markers, Wind U'lls, llors Towers, and rsrloui.'other klnJt ol initbln.rj. In LanoHHlcr at (lie British Isles, ten years ago, Again how port a most successful session and that ny overtures have been made by the na, had been massacred by them, is with strange and unexpected all this It! And I they are highly pleased with their latter. Their overtures wo think havo out foundation. I'artlealn want of anjr goods In in Una wilt They have been engaged to teach "ENTERPRISE The 250 tho makers, who have been am booked for two addresses at Kieter t GROCERY," loo nothing If seeing in U lore tnrrliiulng. been sufficient and if the Northern Hall on the 21st intt. and June oth at the same place for five years, beginning locked out for over a fortnight havo agreed objects to establishing fra- to go to work and leave their church still claims to a still In connection with the Gospel Tem- next September. J. Wesley West, ., LANCAHTKK, KY. perance Movement the first of which has returned Saturday from a trip to Yates ternal relations, the Southern can af- Committee of arbitration. Jarue Warner, a youth of 19, cut his Wm. Noble as the leading spirit, the latter Centre. Kansas. ford to let it go to hades, if it Jas. Hamilton sold to Judge W. E. throat because hit father refuted to allow Francis Murphy, But do not fear I am wants to. & CO., Iia to marrv the girl of his choice. He golug to be a temperance lecturer. Not I Walker a bay gelding old for $150. Koscoe Conkunu has given it as used to live at am an evangelist and nothing else; but In R. O. McLean bought of Hiram l, Mt. Sterling. BWlCTBMff51&!A-lSl- r I'roiirletois- his opinion that the republicans will a bunch of yearling mules at $73.07 The Circuit Court at Lexington fined the good Providence of God 1 am called to The wish is no Julia Kekhard $15 and sentenced her to 16 exercise my gift In connection with this ler head. He also bought of Steve Hill a be defeated iu 188-1- . vkcttviM doubt" father to tho thought, but the dava In all for keeping a bawdy bouse ami particular movement and 1 preach there aa bunch of the same aged mules at $72.50 Kalainiioo spring Tooth Harrow I would preach iu counectlou with any er head. J. II. Bogle, of Fayette county, signs aro that ho will prove a proph- foi renting her the house Ata Dodge was other movement. Any good cause may be bought of Blakeman & Murphy, of this Lai of Clieuault, tSewtnra & Co., Stanford, Kj., lalsohtndl drain and hhedsof all kinds; alto et, however, of honor, even In his own mulcted to the amount of $50. Gov. Black- a standpoint wllb for the gopel, as Paul once county, a lot of butcher cattle at CtoOJc burn will pardon them, of course, lUjr and Wool. country. fc CO.. M. The Garfield ttatue to be erected In used dally in the school of oue Tyranuus; per pound. He sold the same lot to LexIMolIn bulk; flow luijortert and Jobbers of Dry (louds. Notions, it., Gakbiuus, the candidate for Audi- Cincinnati will be of bronxe. It will cost not, you may be sure, to Inculcate the doc- ington butcher at 6Jo per Kund. M7, U, til Main rjlrwt, Our. Blltb, trines of the schoolmen, good or bad, but SWH'KCTKD I proposed to have different BullOLAHS AUIIESTED ticket, is an $10,000. Ij tor oa the republican -- .ICY. and Hindifiau, tho demo- localities compete for the site of the monu- - as a point of advance against the enemy of Oa last Wednesday two men whose names afterwards turned out to be Geo. Cotes and went bv offers to bear the expense of the God and man, whom he loat no opportunicratic candidate forLt. Governor, was pedestal, Farm ty of attacking, I have for some lime been Clark Jouet, came into towu and Informed Valuablo Bluo-Gra- ss surrounding adornment, Ac. a Captain in the Federal amy. The Msnsgers Hustonvlll Dtfot The steamer Pilot exploded her boil- - an abstainer on principle, to that mount- tho officers that a man named Geo, Dean war seeBM to do over at era near Likeville, Cal , and all the for- ing the blue will not Involve any change had stolen from them a pistol and a turn situs-le- d forulsuir l'aiiaof w- - r IIaki'kk'h Weekly, after reviewing ward part of the boat was blown away. in that retcct. Nor do I expect to be In- of money. A man filling Ihe description Iofl.r Wslout Flat, on tb H03 rjtaulord A Crab netr S miles Irom the itnatioe, finds that the support of bight are known to have been killed. Sev- vested with the badge by any existing or- - that they gave of Dean, waa seen to leave Acres IncuUlratlouj baUora Inbtanford About III Mauagsr Uucaittr Depot; grass. Uoodsprlug, the rascally Ms hone by tlio AUiuIhU-tratio- en are wounded and there are ten misting. gtnizition. I shall have wife or daughter town going towards Diuvllle. A telegram bltntygood limit r and woll adsjiled to stock, lna bargain tb Injury to the Several were thrown a loug distance, and ijnielly put ft on at home and wear It be- waa immediately sent to Danville and good nolgbborbool. Will tell at a at tur tlui. is of very great bo tract of Ian ttnd glr lumeatlou warns Arthur falliujr upon the laud, were killed or badlr cause I believe I tee the LORD'S hand In Dean was arrested at that place. Officer lor further particulars. lo'Klr. of J. 11. Uresis'. It. II. WIUUUN, party, MfMabUcaa tltaolord, Kr., or will lo u t Dsrlll. Mllso hurt. it, and It shall mean Number 16:38 to me, Wm. Ioyd and Geo, Cotrt went to Dan-- 1 counlr, Tvasa. to let kin severely alos. (luu I'lsnlcr, J, HKXHV ViHH. Msni(sr Richmond Vtfoi would-blynchers had a set back at Mt. Sterling, last neck. A party, headed by Sheriff Jack Kin bo. of Meaefee county, went to tlio jail at Mt Sterling to hang John Bar nett and bis party of desperadoes, who bad murdered Vaughaa Hilton. The jailer got wind of their coming and with a small guard succeeded in not only running the lynchers ofl but se riously wounding Kin go and a man named Clare, who wero captured. A number of horses were killed and others of the mob wero wounded but tho guard received no injury. Kin go re ceived four bullets in his leg and it is said to be broken in sixteen places. We disliko to eeo good raen killed and ted and that his einglo purposo would be tho administration of justice. It wouuded for such miserable scoundrels as thoy wanted to hang, but they had been said that mercy should take bad no business interfering when the precedence of justice but ho thought law bal taken charge of them, and that justico was mercy and to allow Jailer Punch and his guards are to the guilty to escape is cruelty to the be commended for their promptness body politic. This is equal to saying and bravery. Gov. Blackburn's ef- that he don't intend to set up a par fort to nullify all criminal and penal don shop to liberate convicts merely laws, thereby arousing in the minds for the sentiment of the thing. That of tho people a suspicion that all guil- business will play out tho first of ty men will be allowed to escape, is September next, thank God. no doubt the excuse of the mob and Phil Thompson does not seem to to some extent their intentions aro be the broken spirited man ho was rejustifiable. ported to bo, but on tho contrary enTun democratic convention showed joys himself as of old, betting on its contempt for Governor Blackburn horse races, Se. Tho telegraph gives by snubbing him in a most cruel man- tho cheerful information that he namner and now the republicans get after ed tho successful horse in the Derby him in their resolutions in the follow- at Louisville and won enough to "set ing pointed paragraph: up things for bis friends. It was "That tho administration of our Slate Jack Chinn's horse ho bet on and the a flair a has been such, under the present Post cruelly remarks: "When Phil democratic rule, as practically to nullify and Jack Chinn stick together they all our criminal and penal laws; that It seem always to como out on top." haa endeavored to make tho rice of gam- Tim e Alexander III was crowned Hnnday without Interruption. Not a dynamiter proflered a bomb, And the monotony of peace was Terr marked. The crown la valued at 3 000,000 rouble. Thecot of the coronation la estimated at $10,000,000. Mrs. Dwight Vanartdale, of Mercer, Attempted suicide by cutting her throat. She stood before a mirror and mvle a terrible rhIi, then walked to another room and laid on a bed, taking rare to prevent the blond from Retting on the lied. The kiirgeon say slio can not potslblf recover. Thomas Welsh was. fatally slabbed In 1'itltburg by his wife with a bayot net Welsh had been drinking and struck the woman, when the thrust the bayonet, which the bad been using aa a poker, Into hit breast with such force that It passed through his body and tho point protruded from hit back. Col. RtoddarU Johnston, Chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee, has requested that the committee meet in In bis speech at tho ratification Frankfort on the 30th Inst, to map out n meeting at Lebanon, Friday night, plan of campaign and take such alepias Hon. Proctor Knott said that ho in- may be necessary to advance the Interests tended to eeo that tho laws of the of the party. All the democratic candl Commonwealth aro faithfully execu dates are requested to be present on the Tiik Oircn AiriM speaking as it by tho card, says thnl Col. Jones "paid tho expense) of several of his support ers in Owen county to attend the Convention and bolt instructions." Tho county instructed first for Buck mo UCT anti second lor jnou, arm whole trouhlo crew out of tho fact that "all good democrats of tho county wero appointed delegates." Had cloven good men been named to cast its voto thoy would have followed instructions and there would havo been no division of tho strength and consequently Jones' friends could nover havo claimed that he was at one timo tho nominco of tho Convention. If tho News' chnrgo is true, Col. Jones is not deserving of that sympathy that many havo professed to feel for him. red-ho- occasion. whatever it may mean to other), I put tllle and brought Dean to Ibis pi see. down these new departures, one by one, At When brought here Dean raid that h dethey occur mistakes or the opposite sired to make a statement, which he did, for I am going to be transparent in this and thereupon a warrant was issued for the crutade against the devil, and tell out arrjtl of Cotes and Jones, charging thtm truth as It la revealed to me. We shall tee with having burglars tools on their person how many blunders there are, or whither and other things. They were accordingly the dear Shepherd of Israel leads If any arrested and placet In jail. Their examone tees as I do, among my dear onea In ining trial was set for to dsy (Monday). America, I hope they too will "mount the Your correatondenl had an interview with blue"- - right over the heart where mine Geo. Dean, and be made the following shall bo. May the LORD spread the statement: "I am an Englishman by birth, truth It typifies. You who would hearti- and a silversmith by profession. Came to ly unite In this English campaign If It the United States In 1879; since I have does not offend you let our badge be a been In this country I have been engiged "Blue Ribbon;" our motto "God it Lovel" as a hostler and In working on Railroads. one shout of victory I'RAISKTHELORDI On Saturday the 12th Inst , I wm on the For myself, I shall wear a amall bluetrou O A M. road, near Cincinnati, looking for of ribbon on the left breatt. That will re- a job, when two men whom I did not then mind me ever of the LOVE that died tor know, met me and told me thai if I would all alike, and the fathomless blue depths of come with them to the blue-gras- s that they it, like the unmeasured heights of the blue would give me a good job. I came wllh iky and the unsounded depths of the blue them and whtn about thirty or forty mllss bcean. Like the blue of the Tabernacle this tide of Cincinnati, they (old me what curtains and coverings; the blue of the I had to do. They said that tbeie wsa a laches that bound the golded plate on the little town In Garrard county, South of High Priest's mitre, and the breast-plat- e NIcholaavllle, called Bryantaviile, In which where the names of all the tribes lav right there were two dry goods sloret and a drug upon his heart of love; like the dear GOD store, in all of which there were safes that of LOVE Himself, whose namt la only could I easily blown open, and that there LOVE, what ever his "attributes" may was an old man named Davis, living near Why not put a "fringe on your garment" Buckeye, In Ihe same county, who kept a as fully directed In Numbers 15:38? Do good d;al of money In his house. Thsy you ask 7 Because I am "not under law told me that they had robbed several stores H. irf C. - RUPLEY, Kentucky, i:iu;ir awt vaiisOK, i Stanford, HEADQUARTERS -- I P AT- W. H. HIGGINS FOll Shelf HiirdwM'o, Iron, Spokes, I Farming Implements, one-hon- Korso Shoo Nails. Buggy Shafts, 4 "" 3 Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking1 Valley Corn Shelters, Evans9 Corn Drills, Hand Corn tho liest Pump in Planters, levator. uarood ana Market, unrivalod Elm on-th- e To-nig- ATTENTION, FMEBS! sl iM LOIlll.: - i I It e, DENTIMT, Garrard County ItOIIT. WEST, Editor. Alt. first-class- Iiandreth's ticket-holder- i, In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of FHTUI1E pros-iect- s. M 3d-b- GEO.). BUltDETT Roth-wel- ' TOS. HEVEItAlVCJE, ROBINSON vu J. LOUIHVIIiLi:, GEORGE D. WEAKEN, Stanford. mti:t:N a wii.liamh, ia. trre, ad 4HKttidUn ""tat vBHHHiiL wiTiuniN IW-- lf t 4 r i &. 3 aTAisroxir), icy. Tuesday Moralflff, . - - May 29, 1883 4 N. LOCAL TIME CARD. run Mail Train, Dai. Stsnlord fnlof North...... Mouth. . . .. ,1 1.1 2 00 r. r. H. Accommodation, Dalit except Sunday. UaTesHtaofotsl solng Nntth.....,.. M a, m. nuth a 24 r. v. LOCAL NOTICES, Xl.llt.l.. Boy Paint of Pennr A McAllater. Fimiino Tickle at McKoberts A RUgi'si. Nick Mock of Mrilidtv canla t 1'tnnr A ' ' flrANlunn A HUxs'n. Atx Ilia colon of Diatnonil Dres Koberts A Hl.f it'.. reailj mlied tialnta at at Mc- Jon. Haas Hog Cliolrra Cure. Penny A McAllater solo agent. Watch w, Ctocki and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliater. You will find new cabbage and strawberries and ertry thing elM you want at J. T. Harrli'. Orr your Scxla Water, Ice cold and pure, from the new fountain of Penny A McAlleler. All note and account due the firm of J. 11. A H. If. Shank not Milled by June 16th. 1883, will U placed In the band of anofflcer. H. 11. Hhanka. PERSONAL. AVl,of Danvills, I visit-lo- g Mr. Roht. Lytle. Mm Nannie Holding, of Somerset, U tilling Mm. K. 0. Trnebeart. Mim Mollik Hcnnerr bai returned from visit to Miss Nora Murphy. Mr, J. F. WATr.ru I btck from a week' t111 to friend In Harrodtburg. Mm. A. A. MoKiNNEr I Tlaltlng at Mr. John Iluchanan', In Crab Orchard. Miss Mamir llrUzt.rY leave thl morning for a lengthy Tlilt to her mother In Louisville. . Dr. Ul'UII lUnijroes loNifhTillethl morning to look after a patient who went thither some day ago. CoL. T. P. Ill LI. responded to a tirees-ininflation to attend the ratification of Knoll' nooiinatlon at Lebanon, and made an eloquent speech In behalf of the hero of Dululh. Mm Nannie Jo.trx, of McKlnney, and Mia Lou Kagland, an attractive) young lady from Owlnctville, who I visiting her, were gueU of Mr. M. 0. NctIu Sundiy. Mm F.I.LEN Rallov, owing to her protiacled illne of lut winter, wa not a randldate for graduation at the coming Commencement. Had her health been good the would hare graduated eaaily. Mk. J. F. Wai.uk, Hurreyor of Kockcaattr, ha compleUd the alaklng off Mr. Wallln ha the of out new atreeta reputation of being one of the beat In the State. Dr. W. M. Ilr.AIN ha consent! to become our agent and correspondent at and Hon. J. Knox Frater will perform a like erreire for im at Monllcrllo. New subscribers and old In (luxe localllle can pay what I due in to them. Mimem Annie IlnowN, Lettlt and Sue t, Halm, Fannie Keld and Florence who form a very gay parly, hare from a several day' visit to Misses Pauline and Kale Clrlme, whee they enjoyed themselves fishing and In nuuierou other war. The stories they tell of the big full caught, ehow that they are up in at leant one part of the iiiscatorlnl art. MlwSct a g True-hear- LOCAL MATTERS. 'l'ARKAdK coffee 1& cent Hrigbte. irr lb. at II. 0. ' 1'Ulir. (Icruian millet seed for sslo by W. 11. Hlgglns. We hart for aale "0,000 shaved ahlnglr. Ilruce, Warren A Co. Tin: beat fifteen cent package cofleeln town at H. 8. My era'. Hrino u your Irlali potatoes. Wc pay cash or trcdefor them. 11. C. llrlght. Dn. J. W.Orant, denllat, wlllbe in to remain all the Crab Orchard, week. 7. W. IlAVDKf ha receWed a nice new lot of Spring CJclhfng. Hudn'l you belter go and get a bargain of 'him 7 received a lot of Hue carriage and buggiee, f qua lo the best that are made. Call and see tliem. (leo. I). Weareu. Just a Mrs. CaUjWKM. bat the clean and aa blight a a new pin and no laJy need fear of aolllng her dreM while attending reliftioui services there. Court-Home Pilkton Ktn Hai.b. An elegant new I'hnton, latest atyle, baa been ued only 0 or 7 tlmee. My children being at school I hare no uae for it. Will ll it cheap. T, T. Davlest. it aa being In the "Cumber lard Mountain," In Lincoln county. Thlt ia rich, eapecially when It ia known, that with tome exception, Lincoln ia one of the counlle. beat of the blue-gra- The Crab Orchard Springs Company out that Mr. Hugh Tabler waa not Inaane. He wa well in a few day after tearing here and ia now filling hie old ixxiltlon on the railroad. There ia no taint In the Tabler family and Dr. Tabler wa confident from the firat that the attack wa only temporary. - It turn neuro, who got offlhe train Saturday and laid hlmaelf out on the freight depot A platform, caused considerable excitement by the report being atarlcd that he had the inall.pox. A phyaician waa tent to examine him and hla diagnosis waa that he had a very mean case of drunk, Knox fills Kxten-ion- , which occur June lib, reducea the dlatance by rait from LouIaTille to Knox-Til- l to 05 mile, which I 157ulle short-e- r than any other route. The fare heretofore between these two citiet ha been $11.-8the new rate will b $7 'JO. There will be two through train each way daily and they will be supplied with Pullman ptrlor and sleeping car, The Hue will It known a the "Louitville, Cincinnati A Short Lino Jelllco Itoute." The epeulog of the 0, rROFKMIOJAf. anniversary of the lost those chickens In 1801, and finding subject to approach a man on, and that the At the N&t. Missionary Union, In Saratoga. them in the possession of an improper treatment he had received from theThotnp-son'- s Foil Hr.XT- .-I louse and lot In Stanford. tiM v. ncaoriT. . w. saowu. sinco the alleged occuirence proved Her. (leorge Dana llondman, of Philadel owner, hence the warrant. Apply to T. V Hughe. JlUniJETT ft IIHOWN, Mlsa Vina Duncan, the young lady to him that they did not believe the story. phia, wa elected President. The Union A.'l"rOItXVJ-3AT J.. AAV. Or net orTasituar Drparthist. A new lot of (liar and Cusaaiscv, Qiieenre Juat maintain 100 missionaries, 1,301 native who has been mysteriously missing since W. L. Wallers corroborates Ihi statement. .MT VKUNOM, KY. r Waiiuxoto, amii. 7, lias received at H. 0. Aright1: preachers, 1,076 churches, with a member- isst February, has returned to her home In Another gentleman stale that Daris pro-- WALLAC r I. VAR1CON. th TOnxaiAt, nrsstlifsetory evidence presented In wrong to Mrs. T. Tf VABNOR. There Wayne undersigned, it has been madslo appear that for tested hi innocence of If you want the beat auncr two-nl- r wool ship of 102,1 16.during thewere 10,0 con- breach ofcounty and will bring suitTur-pi- Thompson and that herany T. W. ft W B VAHNON, . the NatlontI Bank of llnstontllle, In th town of presence in his past year. The vert bsptned promise against one Henry riustonvllla, In In county of Lincoln and Slat of A.'V r.A.-Vcarpel go to J. W. HaydenV Kentucky, haa compile.! with all Hi provisions of receipts for the year were $.110,800. who she alleges seduced her and in- room was due to the fact that they could sTAvronn. ky. of lh United Slate Bon's ntw balldlniT-u- p tUtrt. th I Revised Mutate before) an assorlatlnn required LANCASTER natcnt. Iluffalo and Hang to eomelled will, duced her to leave home under promise of not gain admlttanro to Mis Buckner's OAcelnOviler shall I anthnrlaedlo toiomenc the business ol banking, room. M. VBVTUN. LAUD, STOCK AUD CROP. ing Fork Mill flour at W. II. Hlgglna', marriage. She say she went to ChattanooXjA-av- , therefore, I, John J. Knot, CVnp Mr. Thomson certifies that it is all a HTANFORD, KY, roller of th Currency, da certify that th naIn Hardin county W. If. Ilarr sold 1K0 ga, Tenn , where Turpin promised to meet r IJnMttn an.! ad Will rrsetir In ths C!anrt fabrication of Jessie Buckner to separate A lifinilnmw tOtl nALR. tional Bank of lluslontllle, In th town of joining counties snj I he Superior llonrt and Court fat cattle at $00 per head. and marry her. But he not only failed to herself In Will sell rery cheap. W. Craig, Stanford." and husband and Waller Daris ol At peals, epsrlsl attention siren lo collections. Kentucky, IsIhscoanlr or IJnmln and KLala nf authorised to commence the bustnea Phil Nunnelley sold to Sim, Matting-l- y keep hi promise, but married another and wife; 112 of banking, as aalhorlred In rVctlon ft,IC9 ot th that Waller Daris nerer told her Offlc on Lancaster strt e A Co. one for $160. A SOnrR and Indnalrlnn vnnnir nrlnlpr girl It Is said that Turpin la preparing to there wa ibVTiBeu niaiuiesoi in unueu mates. ALEX. ANDKHSON, any wreck on thn road; that Intestlmonr whereof, witness Three hundred sheep, mostly wether leave the country. The girl is a daughter can cure a ermanent uttuatlon by apply .VT'roilNjaV AT 1L.A.AV. swalofofflc, this 7th dsy of April, nr hand and IM3. they asked him to call and go to the thea DANVILLE, KY., and barren ewes, for tale at John M. HallV of O. P. Duncan. lrK nt thla ollice. a. k.xox, tre with them; that they were not drunk, Will nrsctltt In tha Courts at RotIa snd adlolnlnv Comptroller of th Currency. D. M. Cres A II. O. Qorer, Blanford. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. We are girlng (eclal figure on canned either of them; that they could not get in counties and In th Court of Appeals. No. 1,917. Her. Milton Mann sold 21 2 year old good Mies Bucknei's room when they returned for next tendaya. Come and get Managed by John B. fish, J. II. FIBir, mules to Col. W. W. Ilaldwln last week for Altil-llnAt. r.nxir- prlcea. If. 0. Hrlght. J. W. Moore is having the front of his from the theatre; that Waller Davis was And UsitcrUommltilonerltockcsstle Circuit Court $11660 per head. Carlisle Mercury. killed an innocent man; that she will swear Vl.lUIUfl, M . repaired. l a In I HAVE a aecond-hannrsrtlrAtil. fh Mr. J. S. Hughe bought of Thomas fVIU. power The friends of Col. T. Z. Morrow are until her death that he waa a perfect gen- tlona a specialty. Office In 13S thrrahlng machine and engine for ale at Koblnson a pair of extra mule for $.176; of well pleved over hi nomination at Lex- tleman, and devoted to her husband and TVRH P. TltTS'li'M A Tu a bargain. Geo. D. Wearen. Dr. J. H. Owaley 1 for $160 and 1 of Will ington. self, and that he spent lime and money in STANI'ORU, KY., HTANrnitn. it v. Murphy for $166, Misses Susie Woodyard and Helen electioneering for him, and that his seat Ilniwi ua your butler, eeea. potatr and side Mala Btreot, two doors above At the aale of It. Illaln's personal ef Myers Hotel, the Conn, ol Brodhead, attended the hop at the in congress is due lo the DaviaeV all kind of country produce. We py Dealer In fure Nitrous Oxide das administered whan re fect Saturday, cows brought $27.60 to $55; Influence and their money. Joplln House Friday night last. quired. cub or trade, it. C. ISrliht. yearling steers $10 50 to $.10. Horses $22 An election for three school trustees Mrs. Davis concludes as follows: Iinucr, WARREN A Co. are handling- - the to $75; hogs 0 cent. will be held In thla district on the 2d day This Is the whole story. Is it tiouible of Scott, sold to Jene B. H. Howe, Champion Hearer and Mower thl Tear. of June, the old ones having resigned. that a gentleman cannot with propriety in- Blue-Gra- ss For Sale! weanling caires at $21 Martin thirty-al- x Call and examine their machine. " The frost of last week killed some of vite a lady to hi room on a cold night, QUEENSWAItE, a . !.. I.. l t urn-- tv, aal i(ivici7, hit lAriu ui oJ Acre t 60 per head; also a lot of fat cow and the younger vegetation in this vicinity. when no other fire is convenient, and when of excellent .Hie, A l.t. the new ahade In land, with a Isrgo brlek anil l good heifer at 6 cent per pound. Corn and wheat look a little brown on the she Is barred admission Into Miss Buckirsiuvrrftiucnro commoeo:, or len rooms, wunin s and In cheaper good, with trimming to mile of the new KUnford A ITeachtrsvllla pike. Mer, Francis A Miller sold lo A. A ti of the blade. ner's room? Is It necessary lo kill a man, New orchard, tre.li and medical water In abunmatch, can be found at J. W. Hayden'a C. Csmenlsch, ol Swilierland, the farm of Improvements Monday wa county court day. A and heap slander and aspersion on hi dance, houso. In grass, 809 acres, Including a neat tenant and balance) tilTiiohr Indebted to McAIMer A Salleo (lea. W. Alford, near Turnerarllle at $05 large crowd ol eop!e In town. Very little name when the bullet ha forever sealed lable. Timber abundant. Church and near hy, and the neighborhood unexcelled. r arre. There were 185 acre. bar-e- t. hla lips and the only living witness Is sup- It Is not often t hit lut h StleiilrihU farm ! taraala mint pay their account before nut limine transacted. Wheal jumped up three cent on the We mean burine). McAllater A Some miserable wretch amuses him pressed by the judge who presided at the Tills perfect.theAddress me at Stanford, Ky., or call on ma at farm. IM-bushel In Chicago Friday, but dropped Halite. JTIK.S. NAKAII COOK. self by tearing the notices off the bulletin trial? If thia is so, and Kenlnckians look back a cent or so Saturday, closing for July He on with approval, then indeed is "justice J. T. IlARltiH In jut liaclc from the city option at $1,101 and August nt $1 18. the board In front of the should be caught and punished. There is fled to brutish beasts, and men have lost and ran furnlnh the citlten of Stanford year at $112. The sale Friday were 3,- - a law for rucli scoundrel. their reason." Lavinia II. Davh. with all kind of fruit, regrlablr, bread 150,000 bushel. The magistrates met yesterday to set and cake. All good and firntclaaa. Vim. Pepples' Card, MHS. KATi; DUDDEIIAII, Judge Stephen Burch say that a cer the county levy. Last year the levy was Will make the present st my stable, on the To those who know me I need make no Lancaster street, Stanford, Ky., Titnouuil the effort ol Hon. It. Wain, tain and quick relief can be given cattle $1 50 rer poll. This amount is only suffiold Panvlll pike, miles apology or defense of myself against the from Lancaster, st SIO. swollen by eating gra, by tying a atick in before hla death, and Mr. II. T. Harria Has on hsnd and Is dallr reeeltloi a new and ancy uoy it cient to pay the enrrent expenses and InDescription of my brother, Wm. Pepples. But beautiful llneot Millinery floods of every descripamjhogny bay, 7 yeara aincr, Pat Muldoon ia a pensioner at last. their mouths and securing it behind their terest on county bonds, without reducing attack tion, which tho will sell the lowest old this Spring, iSV, handa to defend my good name from his foul as- marstn. Thanklul for at rjatronsre. shupossiblea HI arrear amounted to f 950 and he will horns. A neighbor of hi lost two fine the debt any. It will be fixed at $2.60 or asks high, sired by lnRrsm's lut persion, I will sty that our father did not continuance, knowing thst she ran please the most Kaner Iloy and he by the beeves with it and when other were taken recti re $1 per month hereafter. CabbI horse and haa prov $3 this year. lasiiuioua. draw $96 a year aa pension, but only round, aa nanal at lha en hlmsell to be a good breeder I will also stand Airs. Mollis Mvera ein ihi remedy was used with the most satisDonel wai arrested and put in T. J. per year. Nor did be draw from the year headermuso wuu way Maklna? Denarlment. ready to The weather continues changablo and fying results, relief in every Instance hav. .. the Mantua ran on uer. ltO-cito dUagreeable. A lirely little hail alorm ing been given In 15 minute. The point jail last week. The charges against him 1812, but from the year 1843, or about that sJTACKN. are numerous; such as forgery, shooting time. Moreover, he used all his pension Waited u Sunday, which at Highland so that it to keep the animal's mouth BEECnr.R, years old August 30, 1SS3 1J hands AMERICAN with intent to kill and concealed weapons. money aa fast a he drew It, and when he some dimennlona. The alone wern the pent up gas can escape. blgb, half brother to lrlnce. Will sorts mares at The Court examined some of these (barges died he left no money for any of u. Again, IO to Insures colt lour months old. JIM rolt-Tha large a bird egga and conaiderable damdark Iron gray Jack, U)i hands and wilt Saturday and held him over under a bond our mother left no money at her death, exLINCOLN COUNTY. aerva mires at $H to Insures colt four months old. age wa done the corn and Tegetable by All mares traded before th bet Is ascertained of $.100, which he failed to give and conse- cept a few dollar in tilrer which she gare being beaten down. Huttontille. JContuulcy. th season. Th progeny of all tho above stock will be responsible lor th season. quently went to prison. to our two sisters. Neither our sisters or Bll Ttltphonl. WM. HUBBLE. Upon solicitation I hars arrenta.1 th atrencw for THE horae attached to Mr. H. C. Bright' The school taught here by the Misses myself ever said our father was of unsound Born to the wife of Win. Powell, this Lincoln and (Jarrard counties of this most del I rery wagon took fright while atundlog Hopper closed latt Friday. The patron mind, on the contrary, he was always of and perfectly reliable Institution, the fine 8 lb. daughter. A. M , 2Sth, a well pleased Terr sound mind. Uur fattier willed his object i of tho A. M. A. Society llng "to provide on the HuitonTille pike Saturday erenlng, Mrs. Wm. Bowling, of Boyle county, expressed themselves as being uuaui-taaiu w me wmawi, orpnans, neirs, and assigns of Its dtceaaed members." No one and running ofT, the yeblcle waa thrown it visiting friends and relatives here. work of these young ladles. Sev land to our two sisters and myself, and I with the gare them my part. I hare honestly earn should hesitate to secure memliershlp. It will SO feet high, draw down an embankment full Inlonualfon to those Our town authorities hare let the con- eral citizen of the town attended the clos ed my own living and expect to do so in afford meItpleasure to giroshowing desiring sod circulars the object ol the ing the animal with it. The wagon waa James Peitles. Society, name ol th e officers, Ac. tract for a new grading of Main street, and ing exercises, which were well arranged the future naed up and the horae, which I a good one, V. MI. MWllIiHTEIl, and executed. Ills said that they will be work I now going on. HD Stanford, Ky. The Mobile Hides won the first prize, badly injured. The spirit of improvement still employed to teach the district school this SI.C00, at the Nashville drill; the Crescent fall. Thousands of grsres art Utiles, new Urleans, the second prize ol The ladlra of the Preabyterian church stalks abroad in our midst. A new dry " IwiaVii1"' aTaFaaaataV-n.-.XT annually robbed of their tyvfaofA UUriorJjumaL and the Treadway Hlfles the third will sire a supper in the hall of the Owaley goods tlrm i being talked off. Several victims, lire prolonged, Red lav aUlllon! Id hands: loaled 1871: bred br Magistrates fixed prize ol$oou. Aiclihorn band, or Mt. Vernon, May 23. happiness and health re- - Chas. Dunn, Stanford, Ky., sired by Messenger building, Opera Houe block, on Thursday new cottages are to be erecte J In the near wan awarded the first prize of $1 000 sion-tj use oi ino great Chief, sire of Maud Messenger, J. B, F, county levy at two dollars. record , night, 7lh. The proceeds are for the ln-f- it future. in the musical contest. record, J 28; Abel AIkIsI-laT.Vi Marvel. GERMAN trial, 2.23., (Ins, trial, of the proposed parsonage. It will be DA It IS BOYLE COUNTT. MRS. WALTER H. Which positively and permanently cures illllio-teiiet- l, 2.23; llena C, 2.20 gait at a yeara old, Millie Mel)., nice after the Commencement to enjoy the 2.2Ugalt at S yeara old; Margie Stewart, 2 20 gait at (caused by i xmsra ot any kind,) Dan title. Her Murdered HusntmovRATir Proves the Innocence of l II VriftiM'SM. and ell dleaes Ibat follow a S vrarauld. and other croiutslnz ones. IstdamSii- good thing1 that these Presbyterian aister band. Mr. K, H. Hussell met with an accident sequeuco of as loss of energy, lusso! alu by .Sentinel, 2.2!r)4, and the aire uf Yon Arnlm, FOB OOVIRNOK, ; Annette, 2.2si; T. A.,2'.'G; Young- Kcnt- lmemory, universal lassitude, pain la the back, The following letter from Mrs. Daris will set heforo you for a small sum and we on Thursday by which his IIO.V. J. PROCTOIt KXOTT, rollar bone wa A.zo; vivanuierc, z.n;t, jugoon, dimness of vision, premature old ace. and many Of Marlon. appeared in the Lexington Trantcript of know they will Im liberally patronlted. Sentinel. 2.tt!2 Sectluellsfull other diseases thst lead to consumption and a pre broken. brother to Volunteer, th sire of St. Jullen, 2 11; mature grave, ami Aend ror circulars wun FOR Driver. freo hy wall. The IA VIOOIIATOR Glostor. 117: Allev. 2:19: lloJlne. Lady Bowman, the dnm of Pickard, Sunday: -- The Intel kept Cuuiifiil.ANK Fa ma. Amy, 1 20 i, snd a score Is sold at Si per box. or six boia for t3. br all 2.I9HI ilunter. 2.20 "Feeling that a generous public, who CAPT. JA3IKS Jl. JtymiAX, druggists, or will bo sent free by mall, securely mora In th 2.30 clan. 2d dim Kitty Hirers, the by Mr. Hoc Owens nt thl iiopular and Kngleman A Fields' fine mare, died Sun hare really heard but one aide of the atory Of Adair. rccon a w; dam of Bertie Ulrl. sealed, ou receipt (I price, by addressing charming resort I now ven for tht irrep day of pneumonia. oi Aiauu, r. . sjiicris. a, oia recora. z.3i, ana tne granaam by Alexander's of the late tragedy in Harrodaburg, may FOR ATTOKNET OCXKRAL, record, 2.25Jj; 113 Adameatrcet,Tolcdo,Oblo. A few ladle met at the cemetery Sat lion of guests, hfery arrangement lias Abdallsb. the sire) olOoldtmlth Maid, 2:14; lion, Sole agent fur the United Stales. P. IP. JIARDJS, yr) enough interest in the matter to yet retain llnd, 2 21JJ; Thorndsle, 2.22): Alniont, Abdsllab been made for the comfort and conrcnienro urday evening and placed a wreath of everOf Mercer. desire the whole truth, and urged by an I iwi, ac, av. u umu .'j iwu.mki.ii.vi iuo dam of Kentucky Wilkes, 2.21, aad the grandam of the public. New buildings and luxuri- green and flower on the grare of each uncontrollable desire to place before the roa auditoK, of RedWIlkcs.ilreotl'hll Thomp. Confederate soldier burled there. But for FA YETTB UKWKTT, ous tablet are among the Improvement n son, reconi, A.xi;i oy loioei; uy public such eridence as will relieve my Morgan, the sir of Vermont Mack Hawk the, OflUrJIn. A regular line of stages connect with ex- the threatening weather the attendance late husband of the stigma now resting on aire of t than Allen and many other trotters, lted Tayto Itlack Jacket's dsm was aired by a roa TRKiSURtR, press train on the C. K. It. It. Price would hare been larger. Hev. W. F. I hare prepared the following Hawk. 4th dim an extra road maro brought from lor, of the M. K. Church, South, closed the his name, JAMES IP. TATE, moderate the North by W. I. Vance, of Mercer county, and statement, with the accompanying letters, Of Franklin. aid to be of Messenger blood. Keotlneland ceremonies with prayer. AbdalUb are both by ltvsdyk'a Ilsiuble-Ioniawhich the partiality of tho court, organA curious crowd wa drawn lo the The Boyle County Auxilary Society to roa aaaisTKBor laN office, the grandslre of Muni 8., 2.10',, and th ized for tho purpoee of acquitting Phil B. e Saturday afternoon hy the to the American Bible Society met at the 2d JOItX a. CECIL, sire of Dexter, 2.17k; Nettle, 2.1S: Orange (ilrl, BURNSIDE, E. 2 20; (lazelle, 2.21 ; Jay (Jould, 2.21 K, and SO others Of Pike. port that a marriage waa to take place In Presbyterian church Sunday night. J. H. Thomson, jr., at the late trial, prevented wlthrecordof2.SU and belter. Messenger Chief was sired by AhJallah rilot,slreot rickard,2.ia; the Clerk's office and it wa not disappoint- Mirr wa elected President, C. C. Fox the use of nt that time. The lips of my PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, FOa SUPKBISTKNDKNT record, 1st dsm Is This Old Woll - Known lied Jim, to Clcn. Geo. II. Thomas, sireals-otare sealed by the fatal bullet; JOS. VESIU PICKETT, ed, for Mr. Harrison Dujgcr, a widower of Secty andC.C. Curry Depositary. The husband Hotol Still Maintains Of Vajelle. Scott's Thoiuss. 2 2 ; by Msmbrlno Messenger, sire 21 and Mr. Nancy Ann Trownrend. a wid- Hxecuttre Committee for the ensuing year those of the innocent wife could not be ol Lewlnskl,2 25J., Sudani by Mambrluo Chief, High during the excitement and clamor slrcofLady Thorn, 2:1S',, 'Uoodlord, Maiubrlno, rnaaTATKSRNATK.KIOIITr.RMTllDISTalCT, ow of 1! I were already there and Kev. II. It , Maiubrlno l'etchen and others, 3d dam by Mesr. J. M. Wallace, II. O Farrie, J. heard 2.21-.v.i j. AN ik i:ia,r:r. father, C. Morrison had been sent for. The knot II. Thomas, J. B Ailann, J. M. Hackney, preceding the acquittal. Without Imp. Napoleon. English Hunter, Ac. AMsllah Of I'aser- Messenger will make th traaoii of 183.1 at Chas. powerful friends lo aid me in was aoon tied and llio happy alr, confused A. Its Proprietor is Determined that Dunn's, 2 lullea from btanford, on Hush hranch McOrorly, J. II. (lenlry. Addresses brother, or FOR RRrtESKXTATIVR LINCOLN COUNTV, pike, 1 mllo IToni Blsnfurd A. Iinmster pike and and excited, got away as iiilcLly aa possi were delivered by Dr. Hemphill, of South the terrible crisis that came so unexpectedit Shall be Second to no Country miles from Lancssier.t Danville plks.at $30 to JVDOE T. P. Hill, JE. Hotel in the State in its Fare, by the horrible ly, crushed to the very earth ble. Maro in Foal- - Money duo as toua Insure a Is ascertained. Marcs Dr. Martin, of this place. Carolina, and Appointments, or Attenas the fact thst bar public suddenness of the blew that widowed me records of 2 30 or better, or sue has bar produced MuRlNNKY.May IS (Hy elephoue)Yhe SEW ADTKKTJSKaKJiTS. tion to Comfort of PULASKI COUNTY. trotters with records ol 2.30 or Utter, may Lo bred and orphaned my darling children, Is It their Quests. house of Mr. J. lloyle Head burned freo ot charge. Address any wonder that despair paralyzed myself Somerset. WILLIE O. DUNN. at 12.10 v. M. The fire waa caused by that rJlanlord, Lincoln Co., Ky, An accident on the Beaver Creek Coal and friends, and that we were helpless to Newrtlliiiiiasoiiie Mill Itagxag will ha eoateyed to aad from tkedspat MiusiMOEa rusTE, by Messenger Chief, dam fruitful source of conflagrations, a defect-ir- e free orrhargs. special acrommodatlona I by Alcalde, (sirs or ilylas, 2 2i, Knlgma, prevent the wrongs perpetrated by the road a few day since caused a wreck of to Commercial Travelers. Th liar will be line. Most of the content of the house rincy Day, 2 Jo, Ac.,) will luaks tho season ol liii 1 hate a very comiirelieiitlre line of tho judgo and jury, who extended their sym lairst ami nandsouni sijii or alwaja supplied villa th choicest two car. at fount Fox', llryantavllle, Ky., at 113 to Insur were aared, Tho loss la not lefti than $3,- brands of Llosors and Cigars. W. O. I. a mar In foal. W. P. Owen is preparing to open a pathy nnd favor to Thompson throughout SPEINQ AND SUMMER MILLINERY COO; insurance $2,000. desires Mr. trial, and thua completed the great pool table for the amusement of gentlemen the And Invite all I lie Utiles In rail anJ eiamlne, to return hi heartiest thanka to the ieople wrong which was hatched in the scheming whether they buy or not. rrltct reuonaiiio, elegant leisure,' of McKlnney and the rallrond men for of im 0. W. Saunder, of Burnside, repre brain and revengeful heart of Jessie Buck- Next door lo vr..i liKr.T.K iir:inii:s. Dr. Leo K. llutluian'a ollice, Mlauforil their cflbrta to aare hi bouse and piop sented this county in the Baptist Qeneral ner? Mrs. Thompson has been a delicate erty. T.J C. Association which met at Mt. Sterling last diseased woman for ten years, and she does Lancaster. Our buslnem manager pick week. not hesitate to say that her husband had A serious accident occurred on the told her months ago that he would never et) up the following items nt Lancaster ye- 1 will dellrer Ice tvery morning lerda: Lin Hudson bought of C. T. Hal- - Bearer Creek Coal Mines a few days since, live with hei again, but would give her $50 lew a pttr of horae mule for causing the death o( Hlchard Hays, and a month so long as he wa able. She is a AT ONE CENT I'EIC $310 and of Darid Willi a horse mule, 8 badly Injuring another negro named Wm. bright, sprightly, and pretty woman, very As long as my present stock lasts. After thst. Lake ropg. yeara old, for $160. Mlsse Florence Lack popular with her female friends, with the Ice as Tow as 1 can afford. Accounts due at the Mr. John Hudson, of Missouri, is here close of each month. ey, of Madison, and Llllic McClary, of rare exception of Jessie Buckner, who Stanford, May 7. it. e. Ait on a brief vl.it to friends. T. M. Thatcher, Stanford, accompanied by Metara. Charlie hat, like a dark spirit of evil, thrown her Quartermaster's Agent, ia here again, after shadow across the threshold of more than Norri, or K'tt Uernaladt, and Nath Shuan absence of about two months down the 99 mate and James Harnes, of Paint Lick, one family in Harrodaburg. What mis Cumberland Hirer. were rlalting nt Mr. John L. Arnold' chief i he may yet accomplish remains test Wa will now pay speclsl attention to The public school examiners were in ed in the mysterious future. The inquiry Sunday. County Court to day waa tolera eesalon last Friday and Saturday and is bualnen haa been made, why did not Walter Davis bly well attended, but rery little We promise to gtv satisfaction, and when desired sued certificates to eighteen teachers, only OPENS SEPT. fith OLOSES 00T. Gth. .III mfor tVhMt. see Phil Thompson or write to him exof any kind done. No stock of any In mats two of whom received certificates. sale. J. II, Hunter, auct.sold plaining the ciicumatancea occurring iu either bolted or unbolted meal. 110McAa.IfsTKKANAI.LEE. Two other failed to get certificates. old steer at $38; 1 Cincinnati on the 28th of Nor. 1882. The 2 cows at $05; 2 A WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF The prospect for a large and fine crop following letter, addressed to Thompson, pr. work oxen $100 and 2 mule at $100. of fruit In this section was never better. waa found on Walter Daria' person after A very heary hall storm prevailed in EICC3H1H3 iviir.rgm A3 7SS Apple and peaches esjieclally, will be ve- his death, and was doubtless intended to the lower part of thla county yesterday, unci ry abundant. The wheat and oat crops are be rent to Thompson soon after It was Elaeliltoitioxi but fortunately no damage was done. It ia .vxaaxxcstaxozv OBNtra. doing well, but corn Is very prom- written, and why It was not sent is exthe ground not said that If it had not melted, It iTnIifl - t. .!... aauaaou tat kw- f,itaiVltUf ) sf.,.A w,w.w utattas w "- tlUUt ising so far. No tharg for pct or main power SpccUl artaoffementt made plained by the extreme delicacy of the sub would hare been corered to the depth of ,, - -The tax supervisors, James Doolin, O. ject of which it treats, and the further oromtjiusnavuiwfi. roriuupannruwii, Mr. II. T. Noel had two or three Inches. been to Hm hanaii and J. H. Cosson, have fact that Walter Davis did not believe his fine Holtteln cattle on exhibition holding a session for several days, and Thomison gare credence to the foul story day. This variety of slock, though fine hare raised the raluallon on many proper related by Jessie Buckner. for uillk aud butter, Is also splendid for ly owners, and there la considerable com1,400 Harroiwbuimi, April 20 Dear Util; A beef. llUlong yearling bull weigh farmers, mutual friend tells me that Jessie B. The cows are large and well proportioned, plaint among many I'lioi'Riirroit, Col, Morrow returned from Lexington wrote you that I had gotten your wife and are good mllkrr, averaging about fire waa expected that an ovaalready-wel- l drunk. Surely you don't believe a word gallons per day The will of Asa Patter Thursday. It tion would be extended him, hut there waa of son wa probated It. I cau satisfy you when I tee you Having had this Hotel no demonstration whatever. The Col. ia that it is a falsehood. I disliked to exami DEATHS not unanimously popular at home in his pose a friend, and tell you of your cousFlow basement to garret, own p,rty. a some of them hero declare Dauqiierty Of Consumption, yesin's predlcameut that night, but In It iHtcnd ( Keep Bf In h Strictly terday (Monday), near Ml. Salem, Mr. they will not vole for him. will do so on sight. Yours, Flrnt-ClHSHuuer. The ladies of the Christian church WALTER. aged alwut 10 yeara. Charles Daughcrty, Atdlaav nothing undouo that will add to lb supAppended ia a letter from T. J. Fisher, will have a strawberry and RELlblOUS. per at the Opera Hall next Thursday which states that the erenlng before Daris COMFORT OF HY GUESTS. We can supply hack copies of tho In- night, to ratte additional funda for the Im- waa murdered, he spoke to him of the reterior Journal containing all the letter provement of their church building. They port In regard to Mrs. Thompson and said Ar ouervd of Iter. Qeo, O. Utrnes since be went to have raised several hundred dollars for the that "I will hold up my hand and swear SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS that so far aa any criminal Intimacy with purpose of the Improvement. Kogland. To patroult me, aa I bar every coaieultuco.such s The Jlepullicun raised a couple of Iter. O. Mahoney, who waa recently her la concerned I am Innocent and I could aa HICK BAMl'LU KOUM3, Ac. lor their uw. ordained at Mlddleburg, preached for Her. at the head of Its columns Fridsy, and convince Phil Thompson of It in a fire J. M. Ilruce here Sunday, and (he congre- Perry Colyer thinks of getting out a war- minutes talk." Fither told him he thought Baggage Traasferred to and from gation was greatly pleased with bis rant for the arrest of the editor on the It w st due Mrs. Thompson that he tho'jld the Depot free of charge, .I..H-.- I. irii m charge of chicken stealing, vowing that be I i. it. ..m. in.... .- - - ..i.i i, .... . uv.lLa.v im I. n W. N. VKANVIN. Cllr. ms call. HIS mill at all hour at 0. 8. M;ers sixty-ninth Ice Cream Baptist Hustonville Bunk. ISI-ly- 1 ATTtIlN3YH A.arroittvj3v rtilnr. ait lo, l. work-mul- m lM-2- jnitx v store-hous- o ten-hon- 111 ltwk--.t- fY-- Court-hous- e. W. T. GREEN, HUltCaiON uth OKNTIST. Office-flo- Farm Groceries, Hardware, Harness , blue-gra- .!. and Saddlery, WAGOBfti. urn-clas- school-hou- FLOWN lf Cotlrt-Hous- IrllLLIlVERYI Fancy Boy! tea-s- -- 0p TWO GOOD IS Mutual Aid Society or praise-wort- ts 133-- tI legs-te- Abdallah Messenger! ROBBED --- m a IN VIG0EAT0E! b, ticket. - ls 191-- 1 MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. II. bo8o,2-l7K,an- onor-ma- Alex-ande- n, Court-Hous- Fropr and its Eoputation, f a X to-d- incry on-ne- 1'a-a- d Ice! Ice! Ice! lOENl, non: u to the: public m I Uiv I Cincinnati Industrial THE k. 1883. - gggggmm GRAND EVENT OF THE YEAR. H P 11 aitiiviixva.- Exposition. of Industry ao u- -i, conse-quence- -a first-cla- -t JJ7INUr!7IO'FUlrl:S-7m'l-INYKN1FIONJ-l,ROn- UC'f3. ST. ASAPH HOTEL. -- National - Art ia, at 1st, A "rlBSS. '""""' ,....! I W. S. FRANCIS, KTAr:F01tl, llofuriilslica I H KY. ded another large Press to its The INTERIOR JOURNAL has ad- Hollttcd equipped Joh Office, besides a roo-ter- number of fonts of new Job Type. With Steam Power and every other Commercial Traveler facility necessary, we are now better prepared than ever to do all kinds of printing cheaper than any other first- class house. W. P. WALTON. ft Mi wu' MjX'lL'" 'ii'lT b giLUaLE1.'.! LAPAlkriK'S iittAlfo tTStre Kepott tke Ittmnlni r .tmtrlto'i Friend nrlrnl iimf In .Vreil (Edward Klnir, lu I lie Ilwlon Journal.) Taesiky Moralg, -Mit. May 29, 1883 . niir. r n irAanfrfTwrffiliAr Hir.lt. N.w fork Newt.) (rruu th Tlio lata Hot. William Arthur, the father of President Arthur, preached la Uio Haplist Church in Hoosick, Renesa-loc- r cciutiljr, in tliii StAto, for tunny years. JIo belonged to tho denominaBaptists. " tion know its "Hard-SheIn pernor).! ncanu)co, ho vim of mediHis xralk was um izo and notiocftMo, becnuso of tho fact that ho Ho was very lively In wm disposition, anil rni possessed of n spirit. Anecdotes to illustrate his character aro told by jiersons now 9 living, who veto his neighbors when ho was living at Honnick. On ono occasion ho was tho central flguro of nn exciting wranglo between rival Baptist organizations in tho town of North Pownal, in Bennington county, Vt, For many V, years tho town had two seels of Baptists, one known as tho Hard-Sheland tho Baptists or other as tho Seventh-Da- y Sabbatarians. Neither sect prospered as well as the elders thought they ought, and it was finally agreed by thos that the two bodies should unite ojul work in harmony with tho Baptist erase, A church was. built in two sects, and common by tho written articles wcro signal whereby each sect agreed to use tho building every alternate Sunday for religious acn ices. It was also stipulated failed to worship in that it either tho church on tho Sunday act aparC for it, the church property should revert entirely to the other sect. Tho arrangement continued to work smoothly for a considerable lime, but at lost dissensions aroso among tho members of the two denominations, which culminated in an open quarrel. While tho quarrel was in progress tho Hard. Shell Baptists lost their minister end found themselves likely to bo without any one to preach for them on a certain Sabbath. They wero threatened by the Sabbatarians that, if they did not hold regular services on tho day named, tho church would bo .confiscated by their adversaries under the terms of tho contract, and that thoy would bo debarred from uing it thereafter. In this dilemelders resolved to ma tho Hard-Sheenlist tho services of tho Itov. William Arthur. Hoosick, where bo resided was only about twolvo miles from North Pownal, across the Stale line. They saw him, and he consented to preach for them on tho Sabbath indicated. He got a lay preacher to fill his placo in the pulpit of his church at Hoosick, and started for North Pownal early in the morning of tho Sunday speciQod, taking with him tho choir of his own church. One of the singers was his favorite daughter, named Malvina. When ho entered tho church at North Pownal he discovered the choir of tho Seventh-Da- y Baptists in possession of tho organ loft. His choir was compelled to toko a position in another part of tho church. Ho ascended tho pulpit and opened tho services with prayer. Thero was no interruption until tho opening hymn was sung. Ho announced as tho hymn to bo Bung, "Jesus, lover of myeouL" Simultaneously with tho siugiuR of it by his Bnptist choir choir the Seventh-Da- y sang the old Doxology. Tho result was that there were two choirs singing two tunes at the same- time, which were not, of course, in accord. Tho confusion was greojt. Ono of tho choir of Rev. Mr. Arthur says his choir almost shouted their words in order to drown tho voices of the disturbing choir. The next interBaptists was ruption of tho Soveuth-Daduring tho sermon of Mr. Arthur. The sermon was in accord with tenets Baptists. Every little of the Hard-Shewhile, after Mr. Arthur had enunciated some sound Hardshell Baptist doc trino, follower, who bad been a Seventh-Da- y primed for the occasion, would interject the remark, " That's a lio I" in a tono ol voice to be heard all over the church. The remark was repeated several times, to the evident delight of the Seventh-Da- y Baptists present, but to tho consternaworshipers. Mr. tion of the Hhrd-BheArthur, however, went on with his dis course, without showing by Ills manner that ho had heard tho expression, or that ho was in tho least annoyed by it. Chagrined nt his failure to have the preacher notico him, tho disturber finally got up from his seat and walked in a threatening attiludo toward tho pulpit Thercuion Mr. Arthur, seizing a strong hickory cane, with which ho generally walked, hastened from the pulpit and met the disturber iu the aisle. Ho seized hold of him, with tho remark, "You scoundrel, get out of hero," and rau tho fellow out of tho eliureh. Ho gavu him tlireo or four hearty thumps bolilud with his cauo when ho got him on tho teps. Mr. Arthur then resumed his place iu tho pulpit, and tho services were conducted to tho close without any further demonstration on tho part of the ij IVwtrfaHl'i AfrtH ll clnb-footols J.h AtiTiivn. FnlStr rkmnl sJt Thd private ccrnotcry whero tho of Lafayette aro deposited is in tho lino do Picput, No. 15, at tho ex tromlly of tho Faulwnrg Saint Anteino, In Paris. Tho ontranco is through a spacious court, tho buildings of which are occupied y a religious community, and nt tho bottom of which is a modest looking chnpf L A largo garden, eoered with fruit trees, shrubs and plants, is next crossed, and a long alloy of bordered with a hedge of yoke-el-m trees, then lends U tho inclosuro reserved for tho cemetery. Tho latter is surrounded with wall, and represents an oblong square, into which thero aro tlireo entrnuces by as many gates. It contains but two rows of mausoleums, belonging to distinguished families those of do Nonilles, da (Irninmont, do Monlaigu, Dcstillicr, Protean, Gouy-Arsy, llosambo, Lanioignon, do Peri-goretc Tho two rows of tombs aro separated by a gravel pf th, at tho of which is a stono cros. At tho angle of tho ground is tho placo rcsorved for Lafayette and his family. Tho tomb of Lafayette, which is surrounded with an iron railing, is but o higher than tho ground, and is composed of two large black marblo tablets, slightly inclined, and formiuga very obUpon this nnglo is a litllo lique angle. cross, tho lateral branches of winch ex tend on both sides of tho mouinnent that covers the remains of both husband nud wife as with a roof. The following is tho arrangement of thetablcts, with tho inscriptions ou them, iu letters of gold. limo-trees, d' tv lit-tl- u. a. r. U. J. 1. It. Y. (I. D. I.ltiyetbs Da Noellle Nee a Virle I XI Novo- I.'i litenalit iten ra' miiro nieinl.re it ia Chamber MllCCLIX tl. IM'Ut,., ue a t'hi-ril alarlral XI lliule-liirMDCCLXX1V le m. J. p. n. v. Lafayette. A c a IIX-1- d. lei re le uucuLixir. A llv lu - XI AtriJ Diredre XX IV Derpuil.re MDCCOV1I. farle m. a. r. lie N.ialUt. Itcquleewt Id pice. Dwde a l'arl., ' XX Mai MIICIVXXX V. Itwjulnvat la pare. ll Tho ground reserved for Lafayette's family also contains tho tomb of Col. and Lasteyrie, tho General's that of Muii), Gniuiuiont's sons. A slab of white marblo placed ou tho wall at tho ltottoni bears nu inscription relative to tho death of ono of Lafayette's grand children, Mmo. do IVrou, whosu moide. namo was Maubourg. Behind tho wall next to Lafayette's tomb aro cypresses and some One of the latter, the emblem of death, seems to abandon its withered branches to tho wind, thus adding to the melan choly aspect of this Held of rest Tho soil ou which theoo trees stand covers tho remains of a number of victims of tno reigu of terror, among whom are soma of Mmo. Lafayette's nearest relaand regret. tives. tell jou, General, it takes tho Mmo. Lafayette having expressed a hope, and joy, and prido all out of ante-Iojdesiro to 1)0 buried iu this spot, her to bo scooped by u 15 buckskin wishes wero respected, and tho observbroncho." ance; of them ultimately decided tho " Yes," said tho General, " I should burial-placof her husband. think it would. If I was a broken-leggeTho tomb of Lafayette, unostentaanteloio, with a foot done up iu tious, liko thoso of his fi lends, Washa gum overshoo, and couldn't outrun ington and Franklin, is daily visited by any buckskiu hoss I ever saw, I'd go many who honor his memory, by stranaway to some lonely spot and stick my gers who havo known him, and by thoso holo and dio of head into a prairie-dog'- s who regret that they wero deprived of Viylnia CiVct'.) ,'ncnrt icniorso." that happiness. A register, which is dciosited with tho porter of tho ceiuo-tcr- X11E ir.UfDBlllSO JKV IS HULL, 1101. is filled with tho names of the This Jew was born at Jerusalem, and visitors. ; n hen Our was by Trodo a xuk vvi.TviiK of rttoai, Tho "frog who would a wooing go" Saviour wan going to tho Place of Crucifixion, being Weary and Faint, ho would is now a native of the great republio 's and his matrimonial leap is taken across have eat down to Best at tho HlUMHi Hiinsviio. you ever e them buckskin bronchos of initio Ihnt T used io drive, named Ycllar mid Yallerr" asked Buck ltramel of (leu, Wotth, while ho looked out acrmi tho green billowy divide tho eternal whitencrs of tho snowy range. " Why, no ; never hctrd of Vm." "Well," said Buck, as a tender light enmo in hi, bhio oye, aud a tobacco was nugget of stowed nuay iu his cheek, "both of them tamo ravuso plugs eVmld scoot our nioro mountain road lictweon sun and nun than anything iu tho way of a hoss I ever sec "Yeller was pretty mlddlin rapid, but Yallcr was an imported terror. You ought to sco him gather up lib legs in a wad and vanish. Ono day I wai out on lioard of Yallcr, tryin to round up an American cow that had strayed away from tho corral, nnd over west of tho buck divido 1 worked up n antelope. "Imadon littlo sh assay over to ward tho antelope to sco h'm light out, but ho first pranced nlnng kind of careless like, as much as to sy, I guess I won't givo you no 2:13 gait this morning. Life is too brief. I can't run that way jus to umnzo every suoozer that comes this way ou n blonde plug liko that.' touched up old Yallcr with the piirt, and sailed over toward tho ante-tipthiukin' I'd btir him up a little. "The untelopo trotted along a tew rods, aud then looked back over his diouldtr and smiled a sardonio smile that mode old Yallor mad as a wet hen. " Then ho got up and got. Jcnhili-kius- , Ochow ho pawed tho gmel casionally tho nutclopo would look around and uuort, and jump o aud laugh. Then old Yallcr would some mora space. "Tho nutolopo turned hitusclf loose, and for awhiloall I could sco was a littlo cloud of dust aud tho white spot that is always behind this nuiusin littlo animal. " After a while, howover, I could soo that tho white patch got bigger. Yaller was gainiu'. I jabbed tho Mexican spurs into him to encourage him. Iu loss than on hour I was alongside of him. Ilis touguo hung out so that ha stepped on it tvery littlo while. " Ho didu't laugh auy more then. It was a terriblo reality. Ho seemed to think wo hid imposed on him somehow. Every littlo while he'd look at old Yallcr kind of reproachful, as if we'd taken advantage of him. " By'n by I reached over and took him by tho ears aud laid him across tho saddle ahead of mo and took him homo. I kept him for jeais, but ho never rallied. " Ho seemed to lose all hojo, ant would walk around tho corral liko an old hillygoat that hud been betrayed, sorao time. Life for him seemed to be nothing but a wide, uhoicless waste of bitter fit "Did tin-ta- g long-leggo- "I o, 1 stiff-leggo- JMAt'i,(lJr, In Ah ftrrliicological point of view, but littlo htt. been obtained by oxcavation at Babylon. At present, enys M. Ilnonb Ilochclte, tho plain where Babylon was h covered over nu oitont of eighteen leagues with rubbish, hillocks partly leveled, choked-naqueducts and canals. These wrecks aro mixed up to such a degree that it is often iuiponsiblo to rccognlto with any certainty tho site or tho limits of tho most considerable edifices. The .domination of desolation reigns in all its hldeousness. Not a dwelling, a patch of cultivated ground, or a tree in leaf nro visible. Its abandonment by mankind and by nature is complete Tho caverns formed by the falling in of ancient buildings aro now the habitations of jackals and snakes. Jeremiah's prophecies havo been fulfilled. M. OpiCTt lielioven that ho identified tho remains of tho famous inclosed walls (which Greek antiquity included among its wonders) in a scries of tumuli, called by tho Ami tho yellow hills and tho hill of cats. Thoso immenso walls, forming on exact square, wero double. Tho outer wall embraced a territory as largo as tho Deportment of tho Scino ; within tho second and smaller inclosuro tho wholo of London town would have , as attested by had inscripinvaluable Nebuchadnezzar's tion, of which M. Oppert has given a translation. These walls inclose a space largo enough to supply food to a Aristotle somewhero population. compares tho size of Babylon to tho Peloponnesus. It is not a city, he says, but rather a province. When Herodotus visited the country, tho walls of His Babylon still existed in part description, too long to quote hero, has been verified by investigation! mado on p elbow-room- JUSX JJtf BlUfcJHlflju. JJH- L- JW- -f intian iHHLCiOhi. J GOD'SljOVESTORY Tho Ooipel According To which ifrTidinair, south -i- tsv. H. r Morrifon, ri.mr Hertue ertrr SunJlT rnarnln at.d niiht tifei.t th Ihlrd llayer Meetlm etcry "un.liy Hchftl at 1 00 a u Thurt-UnlM 'IflOlVOlV Chicago HfHUODJKw1 r Jl Louisville, New Albany & Her II. C. Mnrrlann, rturjntendnl. IiJJk1 utiMpo-lllon- I'rtTtr, and other Mtmom. BAitlNT Itav J M tlatcB. IVilor. rVrtk-and to St. Ruth, hl(ht, l'rartr and 1'omlh BunJiyi, tnornlnfafter Meellnn erery Wednesday noon. HunJay Mckool at M A. M. IU K. Harrow the lrJ' 9irlhtenilent fltlloTIAN- .- Wsrthlpbr lh mnjrrititlon ? ry Lord'1 day. rrrarklntby Dr J. W, onMeronJand foutlli IrJ'adifi. HonJay Hchool at SIS. Jo. Heeeranre, KueilnleriJent. HOUTll -- Iter. 1. H. MrKl. eVlKKd at 10. John W. i)UK3IIYTi:UIAN, Union Prayer Umtlnfon Walneuay nlilila. Railway. PaIhcc TO TUB O.VM'!.INR ItUHMtKll BY r.niTKi GEORGE MOUNTAIN 0. BARNES, KVAMIIKUKT.' (t PullinAii LOUISVILLE Cars! ANII KOIIII TltAim CHICAGO! nv HKo. w. uKtimroou. pp., OIbIIi. Price, ltl-t-f ftl.no-K- Ul CluUoflJcr more tl r ropy, or futnlihei ItliTllBlSTIRIOS JoraxAI. at II. Henl poat- u: PMb- iivu.to.v OPERA i: house:. - Uncial NnTits -- I'luenrert Irom tb Knot . TlllfltranthcifKA N. It II. arrlt In Lnulltlll In lime to ttkelbtenls( train of Hi "Motion lloiite" and p Ihrongh lu (JrccBcaMIc. Crnnronlii-lllr- , Irajctte slanforO, Kx. HTANFOntl, KY. ami Chlrnge nlthoHt timk taulk- HrATiti.Ns. ch-ti- gr. W. P. WALTON, Fropriotor. I.ve. Ktify. Dally. 04 Ml 0L & Bit of FUre, lOiftO. F.Uhtrotnalelsartt of tVen-er- y Mcallnf eaparlty. Including ffallery. (00. Beaeonatil rite to good altractlona. AiMrrej aa abote. Arr. tlreenraitl...-Crawfordivllle ixilnlll.. Uf.trlt ... .. ... .... IKam Jllpm 101 pm I 01 a m 7 OS n & GLOBE Stanford Female College. NTANFOItl, KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers. Tbll Inttllutlon will open 111 Thirteenth Heatlon on Ik. 2.1 Monday In rlepteraWr nexL ALL THE BRANCH KA " Lhliaro f ra The rooet direct roul. with only ne chant of rare, Io all polnttln Wliconiln, Mlnneaola, Iowa, Nebraika, ar For lurlher lotonultlon, addreat Ml ItltAY Ktl.LKll.fl. V. A., m- Uoltrlll, Ky . - Sit 7 HI am I aro a Ul 4 11pm p ra Insurance Company! American Aueti, $5,212,737 81 OF A iLrsviLLrrftNAs'Hvnlf THKORIAT TH0R0UCHENCLI8HC0UI.3E Loiim paid in 31 yean 831,000,000.00 in U. S. exceed Ar. Uutht, ti wall a TUB IiANOUAOEa. DHAW. Solid, Prompt ami Honorable. Pnjs MUBIC.INO AND 1'AINTINO. losses vfiwioni uu iinjs- - imcoum. Does the Leading American l'ollrlra wrlttt n lij Through Trunk Line j Basinets. TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, prleee rant frona 121 to M la tb recalir IVrtaie nta. Irlniary, ti. latermedlat til; rrerauuy, lo,and Cullealtl. MO. For full partlrulara, aa to Hoard, ar..aJdrat MHN. N. V. THtlKIIKAHr. 1'rlnelj.al, SUsMd, Lincoln Co., Ky. JOHN BIX OTHKIl M. PHILIPS, Agent. m FIBST-CI.AS- 3 COM FAN I Ed con-sum- the spot A well-know- n -- I" the year JlowuL I.YD rewnM at th tame aitiirT. lit- - Ualrt rraional.lc VVIt.Nl Change SHORTEST aid will) Sped Uiwltif RWTE "I hj o d Tho Buffeting clergyman consulted a physician, but without avail. Ho then mentioned tho difficulty to a friend who happened to bo a dealer in shirts and This friend inserted his neckwear. finger between tho clergyman's neck and at once reported and his neck-banHo had been Uio cause of tho trouble. wearing a collar an inch and a half toe small for him. Ho had for ycais been collar, and accustomed to a flftccn-inchad not taken notico of the fact that ho was increasing in sizo to such an extent that a sixteen nnd a half collar was now The sense of relief what ho needed. when bo got a collar of the right size was wonderful. Tho pain and uneasiness was no longer felt, and that man could now speak with easo. Tho lesson Thero ore to clergymen is obvious. many who wear tight collars and cravats around their necks, and who aro in con sequence martyrs of throat ailmonts. Tho organs of speech must bo allowed ample freedom, if tho Gospel message is to bodclUerod acceptably. New York h preacher experienced a Representative Newspaper of the Soutb. painful senso of suffocation during his THE WEEKLY preaching services on Sunday, followed -by sevcro pain in his throat after going On Monday ho felt hardly able homo. AN onoAN or to speak, and on Tuesday he could with diluculty utter a whisper. By Wednesitself. Live Issues. Living Ideas day tho trouble generally This continued for sonio weeks, alarmaD ing tho poor man all tho time, and in. creasing in pain and inconvcnioncc AH Kkhit Or ntKACIIKltS TiailT COLLAKM. AND QUICKEST IKUU UjLUVIUIITOTIU Courier Journal SOUTH & WEST (jrVfftiii.RB 18 RECOMMEWDED DY PULLMAri CARS Llille Hock, Meateoaiiry, Allaata, '.tiaaab, Jackeortillli, Meblie, and S'ew Orliana. n.'i!.ik 'Wili', BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA rimiCIArllC e lo In faleceUaja Wlthoat Cbtnr. la KOBAXi POBCBS. MONOPOLIES, 0LIGARCHISM I Oatnrrri of tho Nasal OTJXS.SISB Cnelty-Chron- Uloratle Throat, 1 itl. tak.n INTCRMALLY, and Blood acts OIRCOTLY upon thoSjetem. and It Muoous Uurfaoss of th tho lx)t Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, and Is worth ALL that la charged tor It, ror immi mono. U.XX2U Oaturrh of tha Enr. Cyo or oner SHORT LINETO THE EAST From Lonltilll lie ol Ihli road will receive apeclal low ratea Areata ol Ihla I m4ay for Itlet, toutet c. I. AIHOBL 0. T. 4 T. A. Ae..or write FMIRR8NTC rlteCart ltbettbae. klnr hmee'ntn Lnulavlll. K. THE SPIBIT OP BUBSIDY Ai iroloJhM In OSLT BIEBm CURE FORTCATARRH Cutuoo, 111 . Judo 4, ItvO. Theshoetrtt nt, 7Wrdo. O. Meat Itlh ilrw F J. Chrnruttplmuuro in iLformla? you I Uto Urntlrmrn WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL tliat I Lam uted Hall' Catarrh Cum It laa very bod and don t LralUI Iu cured rue I till m aurlor m a great family anJ pnllllral ajy batUwUlrureancaaacif Laiarrlilf ukta OHIO & Yours tmlr, world. Ill ttrrulillon li i.rvirly. pipar IntbaMa-ipipa- r WcaTniaroo. WOltTII BIO A IIOTTLK. JtA.W TIJIKS l.A ltaf.il list) had E. Hour, Jai aacu, lllih , write Than anr nolltlral nawirai r In lh Huulh. an! It Catarrh for it year. lUII'a Catarrh Cur currd rua. Connw ll uiiim. jmioa 51 In lh Unllddlalra. It cittlled by but trttU t fnVJd liy all I)ruitlta at rti rath ink th tnoal rouiplfln auinuary o( TIIK That Thieving Tariff And wo oner One Hundred Dollar tor any Oneo of Cntwrrn It will not ftiirw. WILL CUK1S ANY CASE. Offlco of A T HrawaiT Ctt'l IXTIX THE MAItKi:Ta1 Don't Be Led Astray! Ily the peculiarly erorvlni adrertlieiuentlof rival Mulct, wbirh ar liable la derelv Ike puUlc. and llulrkret Route from t'lncln-ti- ll l MISSISSIPPI 10 R. W. Jll Hours fi-- tun-Ul- world, and lla editorial ruluniua Manufartured ao--l nnM br 1' J C11LMA 4CU OUIO. ar alwajt lUo ITVTlotor, Walttraou, Milor-ln-Chlralile, atrong and l.rliht. Atnontt lh Tor ail In Hnnford by Penny A UcAlltter. lEATUlltS all IhclndlncpoInU In lh Unltnl rjutra and Lurope, tkrlal and BUort Htoiira, Talmace'a Dtrmont ttieiUjr alter dell rf In llrouklynTalKrnarl. Market Heporla, Faah-Io- n Letttri, Turf and block Itepona, Aiuwer to Cormpundenti' Department, l'oetry and Department Kir Children. No Horn In the Country ahonld h without It. fm r-- tbnwaof lb (llrnry Cliicliuiutl to St. Louis! llouia ahead elallother line. T. cUiaol 31atly of T Iilly Tnlm, Afflicted, Attention 2 MANUFACTUIIKD W. K. with noehan(Ucar br (ny aaenera. Traloato Loulitllle, with Free TarWir Dally Tralnt Io Kftnivtlle. 4 hour In Willi onlwtchan( all Mber HVIlSCllll'TMOX TKIlSiSt y, year; Weekly, Dally, 112 a year, Buudijr. 12 loly ropy on year, 11.50: KIT enplea, one year, f.U0. Afler aclubul dte tin been tent ui th club ralter tan, throuKuout th year, add alngl aubacrlptlon at our loweat tlub raleSMO for TIIK HKKMTEAK. VlliaiX Of yearly aubarrlptlom. Yearly tubarrlptlona only canUr received at thtt rate. Our ternia lor leaa The legend of the origin of beefsteak than a yrar are II tut eight niootht; 7 etiiti is as follows: "Lucius Plancus, a Ito- - forAtlx uonthi; &C rente for three uiontha, It aent aample ropy of Weekly OmrlerJifvrnat man Senator, was ordered by Emperor freo ol charge lor eiauiloatlon on application Liberal rath coiumlulon allowtd ranrasaert, aud Trajan to act as ono of tho monial sacri- outfit aeut theru free of chant. Addreat W. N IIALIICMAN, ficed to Jupiter. Ho resisted, but was ., IretlJentCuiirler-JournaICoLoulttllle, Ky. 7 baurt DR. GANN'S KEMEDIES! 21lly TrilnitoCalro, chiD( of quicker than line, and so car. to New Oilcana. No thins of 21tlly Traloa Cincinnati, FOIl THE MILLION. 12 Hours Qt"CKI'U(kn Cbl" """'io D.. BY (IANN, car. role, j it, MONTICELLO. ICY. than by other Ilnea. Lew Tlruton tb lanenePifu TvruMuun Ice cblDre of etra dllSa9Uliy ran, sod Shoe-Mak- Shoe-Maker- dragged to tho altar. There the frag ments of tho victim wero placed upon Democratio and for a Tariff for Revenue only. the tiro and tho unfortunate Senator was to turn them. In tho process compelled of roasting ono of tho pieces fell off tho fire, but waa caught by Plsucus, which, burning his Augers, ho thrust into his mouth. In that moment ho mndo the discovery that the taste of u slico of moat thus carbonated wus inlluitely far nr yond all tho conventional styles of He- man cookery as a palatable triumph, Plaucus conceived, too, at tho moment an experiment by which to preserve liU own dignity, and ho at once evinced his contempt for tho Emperor by osteu siblr serving him while scorning tho service he wus compelled to perforin, and converting the proceedings into one of festivity. Ho swallowed every morsel, deluded Trajan, defrauded Jupiter und Invented tho beefsteak. A discovery oj such importance did long remain n bo-crct; beefsteak became the prominent feature. The priests adopted it, aud the King of Olympus no longer depended on Homo for the delights of the culinary art." Tho sirloin of teef owes its namo, It is said, to Charles II., who dining one day on the loiu of lieef, aud, being par ticularly pleased with it, asked tho numo Of On being told ho saldt " For its merit I will knight it, and houceforth it shall bo called Sir Loiu." y ll Stall; but tho broad waters which separate America from Europe. Ho descends from this to tho Door, and, spitting In our Lord'e stupendous saltatory exercise, not upon Face, bnlTftted him from tho Door, saytho unsympathetio shores of Britain, ing, That was no placo of Abode for hiin On which Christ said, For this Thing whero his race is looked upon with disdain, and even aversion, but upon thou shalt never Rest, but wander till I tho hospitable and friendly shores of tho come again on Earth. From this he is new repablio in Franco, whero his kin called tho Wandering Jow of Jerusalem. has been appreciated warmly by gour- Now, according te this saying of Our this Man had iu mands of every class. Tho Hijaro re- Saviour ports with much gusto the arrival of tho Power io return nonie, but went about distinguished strangers, who aro to bo wandering from Placo to Place ever ' introduced with duo honor into thd since, even uuto this day. Some Time since ho landed at null in breeding establishments which supply tho markets of tho gay capital. Tho Yorkshire, whero Dr. Hall, taking him Yankee frog is quite worthy of the for a Cheat, caused him to bo locked iu country iu which his first mortal croak a Boom all night; but next Morning they Found tho Door open, though n is made. Ho is tu ico as big as tho inhabitant of the maslioi of tho their Prisoner had not attempted to esSeine, whose delicate limbs aro so eager- cape. Dr. Hall scut for Dr. Harrison, ly bought up dy French epicures, nud so in order to assist him in the Examinadaintily served to table by tho cordons tion of so remarkable a Personage, that Iflcus of tho Cafo Auglais and tho Trow they might be sure whether ho was an Frercs. Tho precious consignment has Impostor or no. Tlvoy asked him conbeen received by tho frog breeders with cerning tho breaking of tho Locks of tho unbounded joy, aud it is anticipated that Boom iu which ho hod been shut up. a skillful treutment of tho now raco will Ho told thorn, if they would attempt to iufuso fresh virtues into tho stock of the conflno him vith chains, it would avail frog ponds, bo that in time, by a careful nothing, human Force cannot confine thoShoo-Makercamo well-know- It the only tin with 4 Dally ThaO. Tb world it tiled with th wonjerful, beautiful and Intricate Intention! ol lain, yet all th Trilui froui Cincinnati I 8U Loula, raaklse direct eouiblned talent and lenlut that Ibe world hat if- - conoKtlona In lh. Union !epot (at M. Ijulilwllh r tnown ntt utter ro.iurd anyiinui mat can UlMuurl 1'aclte Hallway, Hi. tiula. Iron MounSouthern lUllway, compare wtlh 'Dr llanu'a lteiurdie " Medical tain AChlcaifu,llurlln(kiaA Chlcicoa Alton lull, road, aklll and kIhic have, ai yet. tailed to dleeoter okuk Aril. Louie lUUroad. Oulnry lUllroad; Ke-A Waluh, hL looll ly tninaeiuaiio tneiu, lor in cure oi in ui-- a Parlrle Kallroad, Mlaaourl, Kanaaa ATexat lull for which they are recommended. At their virtue and uaitar irtlardby tboutandtlhrwitb-ou- t wty, Bt IaiuIi A Can Krindico lutleiy. th length and breadth ol the Und, audae This Upoa Your Memory. Blin.lird 1'ainllr Uedlclnee, they cannot l aul are fully aubatanllated by tb , which you JH. It the only line Tb Coniump-tlo- n ran (et llirouth ran from CInclonatI to ML Luult lor Courhi, Uilda. Croup, llroochllls, and and all without payles extra tare In addllloa t money th Throat paid for ticket IWilckelt, ratea, or tor Inloirattlon, rail on Uho ft. ImprMi t if LHi, lltecatot Dr. Ghiiu'm CoiikIi Nyrup. TUket Arrntiofronnectlor, -I- THE BEST OF ALL For Uver CumplilDt,I);ilpla, InJIeillon.JiBD-dlr- e. Coutllration, Hour hloroach and all llllloua Dleeaaet, Weat at., tlrand PinrlnnntH (or !,,Fourth of Will ttreel.Iloltl, blllLIIIIIdll loot W N- rrieaaerallattW line Walnut it, 41 Uho ucaifc Dr. vJhiiu'h I.lvcr Cure. W I'KAItODY, LINIMENTS POE MAN AND BEAST. Tor more than n thtnl of a ocntnnr the MoileaiuHuatanKlJulmcuttuuiMien known to million all over the world n the only aafo rellanoo for Uio relief ol accldonu ami pain. It Is n luoUlnlnc abote jirleo unit protao lite beat at It uiud. ii'urvvt'tyfoiiuofczU'ruttijiaiii For Hheumatlno, rlelll0(t anitrnl M euralxla. Huraloi, llrulara and application for tumor i. W H, 1IIATT0C, Uen'l Maiii(er. Ueo'll'aaaeoftr Alt Cincinnati. t I). HILL, Pauenfer A fen I, Lelanoa, Ky , Uho Uho Uho Dr. Ghiiii'h I.lnliiicHt. llurni, Fltlula and all Fur I'llea, Ileuiorrbolli, aim liar dlaraaw. KENTUCKY CENTRAL H. R. Dr. Guun' Pllo OluluitMit. ct nt raa- HOIiTK For Freih CuU, Ilurna, Ulcere and OU Horn, TIIK WOaT DEHUtAIILi: T- O- MEXICAN ouue-iuaiu- Dr. GuiiifM Ulttor-SwcOintment. UHoDr.GHiin'MNtoniHcli Dllicnt and llluotl 1'urlDer, A RrllabltTuulc. and alio cure I);iaeli, Iudliettlon, l.lver (Viuplilot, Wiliilil lever aud all rrlodlcal Dlieaara, Manufactured and lor lale bf And decidedly doc, leaa CHVCINNA,TI! china and auperlur accosaodatloh Minouri, Iowa, Kaniasl Texas, tb I'opulir Iloulo, tlordlof, a It to Allter Mitstanfrl.tnltnentlsvrtttioiitnnecmat. H Ilcali and tituacln loH It peuetratca iH wiv tcry uii uuhuuu anco of pain und liifljimmallrm Itnpcw IC. C3-- XT3ST, 3VT. X)., lble. lUt ciroclaiipon lluinmi llrili unit wmuUr-fu- l. Bolt proprietor, Moullcello, Ky. aaTAII order thu Unite croallou aruixiually by uiill will reeelru pioiupt attention. 'mo Muxlcan W. lb North, Nottheelt and WmI. It fact. If you cool ul'lite a Irlu In any direction, rour latereat will b beat acrved by purehuluf yur tlcktta via K. C. and Clnrlunttl. 2Traluieaclway 1; full uau 1'alacaiari; Uivant New Day Coachte, and . 83-- MUSTANG liniment Is nooloil tluyy somebody In ovory Loum). Every brliiR naws of tlio aguuy of an aivfiil sculit or bum uDduotl, of Theumallo martyr ro stored, or a. valuable liorao or p& saved by tho licallng jiower or tbU hiudaomtly furulihed Kecllnlnf Clulr Can lorm ulpuienta or tbla Old KellabW, th untqualid thereby uiaklnif a trip otcr thlt lloson cl luiu-llo- ut comfort aud plcaaura. Try It. TIMK TA11LK, lit Ll'FKCf DKO. 31, IML. Hotrril, No. L Oi) IU ou 11 SU No. L I o.. " 1 00 it Kentucky's itouto Tb only line riiDiuuj East L. t'jDtUliiii, " I'ilruuuth. " CVjtln.ton I'arla. Seventh-Da- y Baptists. bust'iucnl of tho tamo church that President Arthur afterward tunght tchoul. After ho quit tho school the lata President Arthur went thero and It wash? tho tuugbt writing "Qrac' looking my hair UAHJH'JI VOMM.IMKNT. is mo I" exclaimed Borah, Catarrh la the seed of consumption, and unlet taken in time Is a very dangerous at diseaw. Halt's Catarrh Cure never falls dino to his oldest daughter. "Look m Why, Bara!!," said Lydia, "la it wasn't idlers ask- - to cure. Price 76o Bold by Penny A possible ? I uever should hut o nspect-- d Indians havo a stroug way of putting yer firtt mother. Sho seal-sklsocks. No, sir, a it. It took m wU w I eye saw it'' things. never, said Hitting Bull, in' for "I Out of our beetcltlitns would say to the satisfied her, and wo learn that public that hehu tried Hall's Cstarrh Curs Sn4i iMtlu't know whether to feel pickiugup a litllo dust from tho tent MuiUtMte4 or UmMLMjOH Moor, letting it full and tlowiag it away, when sho wont to church the lilies of sod It Is all that is claimed for it, Price 76c per bottle. valuo wasn't rigged up liko her," " " sold ttist much laud I " imn'riL , A im tho glass; "how awfully low, I haven't combed it iu tnodaya." system of propagation, tho legs of tho CKiakers supplied to tho French restaur ants will rival iu size the legs of chick' ens, which they aro said to resemble in tluvor, und it will no longer bo necessary for tho giver of a feast to sacritlco a holocaust of tho expensive victims. It uro teems, however, that the all of tho ruder box. Tho Yankee has coma and "whether his mother would let him go or no" is still a doubtful point. But, at any rate, neither havo accomhis mother nor his sister panied him to Europe, no will bo wed' ded to tho wife or wives provided for him iu tho Vrcueh yrinoiitltcrc, and wo sincerely hope that ho will "live happily titer olternard," and bo tho father of an increasing and interesting family of Franco-- mericau eroakersr, OMie new-come- him whom tho Almighty hod sentenced ' to want a testing Place. Thoy sent for a Smith to put strong Ciiaiusou him ; but thoy iustautly burst asunder, to tho surpriso of a Thousand Spectators. Not being abla to doubt any longer, thoy sent for a Painter, aud had his Picture drawn, iu which ho looked neither Old or Young, but just as ho did 1,707 Years ago, whon ho begau his Journoy. Tho King of Franco, hearing of this, wrote for his Picture, which Dr. no Hall accordingly sent him. is always Crying, and Praying, and wishing to see Death; but tlut Ease from his Laboring Pilgrimage, ho says, can uovcr hapioii until Chri.t comes ogaiu uiuu earth. A dual-ski- n LINIMENT Washington, PhilailelphlaN.Y. PULLMAN NEW SLEEFIN0 OARS Lie. Uilnxton . Arr. tvintbeiler.. " Ml rtlrrlin 11 Atr. " Uiluiun... A Shehoyoan editor lias been arrcatcil wlilrli speedllr rtires such nllmcnta of thu 111 ilAN r'LlJjtl us con aud ilued (or stealing n Docket-booHhauiuatlaiii, NtvellliiRi, Stir jotnia. t outractea Aiuacj, tiurii taiuiiiK boiuo money from his boarding and tMatd, Cut, Bruliet mid It. tannuraiua, liouso keener. Thla ia discouraging. line auu raa, Old SStlllK, Mlmieaa, eeeuis oa though when an ou editor mic-.llldalnt. Vlcer. 1 Nor, ralpplc, roat and Nor tail, till-e- a. CU coeds at anything that tliuru la a coiii Indeed every form or cltcrual spiracy to break hiiu all up. It would heal without sear. It Far thu IIiuitu Ciuutiom It lure havo been iu better taato for tho board FJpralna, ratvluuy. NIIH" Jolnta, 1'ouuilir, Ilarnea Morel. Hoof keoDor to have kept still about, i'ool Hot, Htttw oriu, Heab, cuoouraged tho young man, iuk Hullotr Horn, NeraUliea, Kind it and llluRbou, Huavm, Kll,Horc, I'ollThruali, Film upon after ho had got elected to Oongrea ti Old 11I, Ike hlifbt and every other ailment havo presented her bill. Ho would have tvlilch in uccupaul of thu Ntabl and Nlock Yartl ara liable. paid it with interest. Feck" Sun. Tho Matlcou Mutlaur Llnluitut always cures und uovcr iUunpuiuU aau 11 u, puauuTiuy, Nkwrfafbus do not regard tho Bab bath. Thero aro 238 Sunday newspaper k o " Anblaud lluullhittoii. Noktii a iu I w a in 1 II is p in 4 35 T 3d it 111 p w I VU S 01 p lu 1 00 7 '21 p IT I Ui p ti 40am a ui tVi pui 4 10 IUiUl No. J. i pm s II put p ui lOuspm m 10 40 pu p ui It 10 pu pin II p ui II IS put p in II 10 4S 4 pin ..,..., No. I. iu au . ,,,t Maui No. ... A SOLirTTRAIN LolliHVllIC,ClllcillllHllllllllIfX liiKlon, Ky., Li, " 11 MLnlerlliiK Wlucheitcr Art. l4iluntou . . Lv. LeilU(lon.u. AthUnJ... lluutliiftou... " 11 "WASHINGTON CITY. Couuectluj to time dwl In the United States. THE BEST OF ALL OX B1ABT. Iulon sack, hoy I " said Ozar r. u fig-le- af LINIMENTS m HAH day roachtl front CIS. ' The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan- cluuall lu Waihluntou, 1'ulliuaa Hleepert to Kane. wba lilli. W Va. awl lUtllulus Chair Car to Lx. ville, Norfolk, Inilou. oloH ouly al llllloua uu K. U, H. K, wlirrlliu la elveu, Nv. 2 runa dally, ticpt Hundty, ba Ibroufh coitbcilo llunilucton. No, Virginia and North Carolina 4 ruua dally, iiteplUundiyj hat through coach! All IsMt. Slerlluif and parlor tar toMarmllo. No. J Points. ruui dilly: bii elrioiut day coach froui Wathlog. tou. l'ulluiaoaleer fruu Kanawha r'allt aud For tickets aud further Information, tpJy to cara llnclanatL Only Kilor alup. froat Leilofion to dally, your uent ticket ortti, or addreat Huu-da- y, Nua. I aud I lun aud hav through toti boa froui lluutlogtou JAM1M V, KMNMT, aud ML BlMllnir. Direct connection at Lailnatou Wwteru Aseut, tltnl. wllb ilijtM lur Itltbuiund.ay., UwrtDceburr.ly., 3 IU W. Mulu HI., LoulatUU, Ky. aud Vrtalll,Ky. No. DNro7frYorl3a.. Cyutlilaoa... . 3 M p ' laluiouth... 4 4i p lu Uau S!Spu Arr. Curluiitou. SUpiulHhaiu Staput MAY8VILLU DIVISION. rlo, vl.t Iwiluiftbuhpu. Uaytvllleiiopia wild fait tralut lor bo. 10 " Martvlll S Ou au. Air. Leiliixloa loaui ' No. II I'arl 20 a ui. 4)au Mayitlll No. 12 " l'llli. i ... tlopui lUau u i li I lissatu 21 p lu 13 u S so 7 13 a ui s ui 6 SO S 10 1W ........... SOUpiu u 74Saiu IlSpui SUpui 12 a lu 4Varu ID a ui a lu ...Z7Z.Z ....... 'l MnHlllell 40jm t ruua daily end bat Lalntou4Mpu ticd C, W. NM1TU, Utu'l MaDM.r, H. W. VULLKM. lUchuoud, Vlrglult. ll.u'l rWr At, O. W BENDKH, O.L.UK0WN. Qeu'l fail. A Tkl. AfL huperluttudeut. Ueueral ettces, OotlDjlon, Ky, ,.. i- i- 0 3J