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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 1, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883060101_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: June 1, 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. 'A , f' VOLUME X.-NUM- Semi - Halli I3EU mufwi 1, 1883. No 1mtfii'ai NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 510. Useful HouioholJ Recipes. A STANFORD, KY., FKTDAY, JUNE Spcechmalers, 152. Signal Station Three Miles High. W. P. WALTOH, T. R. WALTON, - Editor ami Proprietor . Bu tinea Manager PublUhnl Tiirtttuv unit Frtittiw, nu.no I'jsit A.IMNUM. In ptymtnl of tub- - Tlxw ilcn't Mti.l stamps crlplloa. fifeplto link, channel anil comlnttlons not OTr thrn fnls. Ihfnofil iors's Frightful fait. Tlwitcnder gray twilight of a .Juno ovenfiJjc wm Bottling down upon tho ca?U?f as Natallo Mcintosh lat down onjftlittle rustic loncli, whoso cozy looTS made It a fit placo indeed for l'resontly lovo'i tryst and vigil. Goorgo V. Simpson entered tho gato and was soon by lior aide. For an InstantTno word was spoken between thm, faod aa, they stood thcro, her arms about his neck, her head upon his shTtilder, Natatio felt that without tho lovo of this man her lifo would be a starless blank. Hero was a deep, trusting, ui if tho ropo that mado her voice falter and die away when she sjioko to Ooorgb about it. t'.You lovo mo?" she askod, looking up to fleorgo with eyes in which thcro shono tho radiance of a tender, beau tiful passion; "lovo me better than all tho world beside; better than you have ever loved any onoin your wholo life?" Goorgo did not answer, for as Nat-di- e spoke thcro catno to him n haunting memory oi dark, splendid eyes, n bright face, smiling and radiant and dimpled,'-- aud dowy, scarlet lips that TitAN8PAitnsTPoi)iHNa-Fourygs, olton met his own in sweet, clinging, beat separately, ono cup of butter, ifdon't two cups of sugar; loat and sugar to kisses. He thought of all this as ho a cream, add yelks, two tablespoon-fill- s bent tenderly over Natalie, her golden of jelly. Flavor to taste; add hair touching his cheek and tho pur-fu- tho whites as a mcriuguo. from tho lilies sho woro mingKipk Tomato Pickled Pare ripe, Foil (iuiNBY-Gar- glo with water hot ns can ho borno. Mattijmi Wash matting in salt und water to iirescrvo It from tumtnc dark. Lamp Wickh To insuro a bright flamo, soak wick in vinegar twenty-fo- ur hours. To Ciiix'K Vomitinh Givo ojca- spoon of wholo black mustard seed; in sevcro cases, givo a tahlcspoonful. To Kkhp Flies Off Gilt Fjmmfjb Uoil thrco or lour onions in a pint of water and apply with a soft brush. Stincis op Inskcts Aro relieved by tho application of ammonia, or common tahlo salt, or a stico of onion to tho part. Fou TooTitAt'iiK Apply powdered alum and fill tho mouth with warm water, and immediately after with cold water. To Ci.KArt Cihtkkn Wateii Add two ounces of powdered alum and two of borax to a twenty barrel cistern of rain water. Ginocii Snaps Two cups of mo lasses, ono cup of lard, ono tablespoon of soda, one of ginger; flour to roll stiff. Hako thin. To 1'itnvENT IlnnniHifl Wash tho slats and benstcad in cold water and apply oil of sassafras with feather or camel's hair brush. To Stop 1Si.eeiii.no at tub Nosk Katho tho feel iu very hot water, Irinking at tho samo tirao a pint of caycuno pepper tea. To Heat tiii: Whites op Eoob Quickly Put in a pinch of salt; salt cools, and tho cooler tho eggs tho quicker they will froth. Tho Government has determined to establish n Signal Servico Station on too summit of mount Whitney. Mount Whitney is supposed to bo the highest leak of the Sierra Novada rango, and, in fact, tho highest in tho United States, having an nltitudo of M,8'J8 feet ahovo tho sea level. It is described as "tho culminating point of an immenso pile of granite, which is cut almost to tho ccntro by numcr ous steeps and often vertical canyons." It is situated on tho west border of Inyo county, Cal., and about 325 miles southwest ot San Francitco. The station will havo an elevation more than doublo that of tho station on Mount Washington, Now Hampshire, which is 6,288 feet aoovo tho sea level. As tho data on which storm predictions for this coast aro obtained from ttations north of San Francisco, that on Mount Whitnoy will not bo ns useful to this coast aa the Mount Washington Station is to tho Eastern seaboard. It will, how ever, servo for many important scien tific purposes. San Francisco Chronicle. Washington nover mado a speech. In tho zenith of his fa mo he attempted it, failed and gavo it up confused and abashed. In framing tho constitution of tho United States, tho labor was entirely forgotten in a commtttco of tho wholo of which Washington was chairman; ho mado two speeches during tho convention, howovcr, and was acknowledged tho master spirit; and historians affirm that, had it not been for his great popularity and the thirty words of his speech, pronouncing tho host that could bo united upon, tho constitution would have been rejected Thomas Jefferson by I ho people. nover mado a speech. Ho couldn't do it. Napolean, whoso executive ability is almost without parallel, said that his greatest difficulty was in finding men of deeds rather than words. When asked how ho maintained his influence over his superiors in age and oxnerienco when commander-in-chie- f ofanarmyin Italy, ho said by The greatness of a man is uot measured by the length of his speeches and their number. GoallTAftflSa. Kick Hmilnclio, Porl)ppl. Dlar-rlics- tliiranla rancr men t or LI vor, Ilowela anlKJUneya. SYMPTOMS OP A DISnASKI) I.IVE11. Did Ilrcathi I'ala In lh SH, aometiaica lh , mltUVcn for tutn li felt under ihf KhtumitUmi gentnl let cl tppcttMi llowcU coitirc, omctimet alttraitlng with last Knerallr Shoulder-blade- Jaundice, Imptirlljr nf tlm lllooil, FrvcranJ Ague, Malaria, anil nil nitrates canted tir lie- - WAIL PAPER ! TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, -- a.T U troubled with pain, li dull and hearr. with conaidtrabU Iota of memory, accompanied with a painful lematlon of learlng undone something which ought to have been done; a alight, dry cougn and flushed face la sometime an attendant, often mistaken for consumption, the patient complalna of weariness and debility t nervous, easily startled; fret cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation of the skin exists; spirits are low and despom and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to fact, distrusts every remedy, bcreral try ot tha above symptoms attend the disease, but cases have occurred when but few- - of them ealsted, yet caamlaation after death has shown tha IJver to have been citcnslvtly deranged. M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S Druggists and Booksellers, Stanford, Ky. Opora Houso Block, ..... - Itfa It aliould be uaed , young-- dlgr-atlnn- by all persons, old and whenever any of the above aytnptome appear. Pereone Traveling or TJvIn In Loealltlea, by taking a dost occasionally to keeD the Liver In heallhv action, will avoid aU Malaria, Illlloua attacks. Dirtiness, Nu- soa. Drowsiness. Depression of Spirits. etc. it will Invigorate like a glass of wine, but la noln- toxlcallng- - beverage. If . You have eaten anything hard ot or feel heavy after meals, or aleep-le- aa at night, take a dote and you will be relieved. H. Stanford, C. - RUPLEY, Kentucky, MERCHANT TAILOR, A Quick-Hand- ed Pawok. It Tun Haunted House in Tennes-ree- . A was in tho Carolina baclROotfa. country couplo and parson. When ho had finished tho ceremony ho said: "An' them 'uns who God hnvojoin- cd" "Stop thar, parson,"' said tho groom; "don't say thorn 'uns, soy theso 'uns." "John," said tho parson, "I tcched yor at school, and I say them 'uns." - let-go-- ling with lii-- breath. Tho girl noticed his silence. "Why do you not answer uic?"sho naiil, Georgodid not reply, but drawing ing her still cloier to him would havo kissed her again. "I want no kisses," sho exclaimed herself withdrawini nauiotiatelr. from his arms, "from lis that aro not I havo given you sacred to mo alouo. all that n woman can givo tho lovo of her wholo uatuic. My heart has been a luto lor you to play upon, anil jet when I ask you if you lovo mo thero como no answer Irom your lips and your eyes do uot look into mine," aud drawing herself up in tho imperious whoa Kmma way that befitted her so well sho sat down on tho rustic bench.with n dull, sickening thud thnt told all too plainly of a broken bustle. In an instant Georgo was by her sido, and Natalia was sobbing as if Forgive her heart would break. me, darling," ho murmured, in low, bock-bc- er tones. "Hut I demand an answer," ex claimed tho cirl passionately, "and .again ask if you ever loved anothor." "I did," he roplied. "Loved hor wildly, madly." "Who was it?" sho asks, her cheeks aflamo with tho hot flush of anger. Uendiug low over hor, Georgo whispers into her lelt car tho fatal words: "Lvdia Pinkhaml" and with a hol low, mocking laugh, flees into tho Chicago Tribune ilnrkncis. A bridal night cxperionco almost surpassing in tragic horror that of tho hrido of Lammermoor, which Scott said was "an ower truo talo," is reported from Itio Grando dol Bur, near tho Uruguay frontier. A young farmer's marriago was postponed on ac count of his being bitten by a dog. Tho wound was cauterized aud all went well. Thrco months Inter doc tors declared all danger over. Tho marriago took placo. A supper and at supper tho bridegroom was noticed to fall into gloomy abstraction. After supper canio dancing, nujl whou the ball was at its height; the hridoand bridebroom with drew. About an hour Ialor piercing arroaina came from tho bridal chain her, The door was burst open. On the floor lay tho brido still alivo, but Tho torn us though by a wild covered with blood, und bridegroom, fuamiiig at tho mouth, cowered inn corner, but in a momont sprang upon ono of the mon, when u brother of tho bride sent a bullet through his heart. la-an- "Theso 'uns," shouted tho groom, drawing his pistol. Tho parson, peeing tho movement, fired through his surplice, aud the groom dropped dead, winging the parson as ho went down. Thcro was a lively fusilado of perhaps thirty shots. When tho smoko cleared away half a doen men were on tho lljtor. Tho sound tomatoes (do not scald), put in brido peeping over tho pulpit, to a jar; scald spices (tied in n bag) in which sho had fled for refuge, gazed vinegar, and pour whilo hot over mournfully on tho sceno and said: them. This rccijK) is IhmI for torsons "Them nselfoookiu' pistols is play-iwho prefer raw tomatoes. Du ranwith my prospecks." Icinh koii Cake Whites of three go Herald. eggs well frothed, ono pound of sugar A judgo in St. Louis has discharg wet with water. 1 toil sugar and waed n mailer of a public Echool who ter till almo.it candy, aud whilo tailwas prosecuted for whipping a Iwy ing iKiur over tho frothed whites. Ileal nftcr milder punishment had lcen of well nud flavor with lemon. Tho Court found that, in Lady's CAKi:-Ono-cup of no avail. order to preservo discipline, tho teachbutter, ono and a half of sugar, two determino tho necessity, tho of flour, nearly ono of sweet milk, er must nature and extent of punishment, his half teaspoon sods, nnd ono of cream acts, liko thoeo of a parent, being subtartar, whites of four eggs, well beatject to judicial review. Tho judgo alen; flavor with peach or almond. so said: "Four years' experience in Remedy koii Whooping Couan tho administration of criminal law Mix ono lemon sliced, half pint of convinces mo that tho boys who flaxseed, two ounces of honey and ono criminals aro boys who don't get quart ot water. Simmer, not boil, whipped, nnd when it is romembered tour hours. Strain when cool. Doso that a largo perccntago of the bolder ono tablespoon ful four times a day. crimes known to tho law i& commit Spo.nob Cake Three eggs, ono ted by youths ranging in ago from 11 and a half cups powdered sugar, two to 20 years, the question arises, is it of sifted flour, two teaspoons cream of better to whip first or imprison aftertartar, half cup cold water, teaspoon ward?" soda, grated rind aud half tho juico To romovo tho unpleasant tasto of ono lemon. Hake in dripping pan. which is frequently obscrvablo from Tho St. Joseph Herald publishes new wooden vessels is a thing difficult somo very sovero comments on tho of accomplishment. The Brewing Phil Thompson caso and of old Phil's World eays that tho simplest plan nnd remark, "Thank God, Kentucky's wives ono that will succeed in most cases, can now bo protected!" says: Protect- is to Bcald them thoroughly several ed from what? From tho bullet of a times in boiling water, then dissolve villain? An iunocont man somo pearlash, or soda, in lukowarm lies sleeping in his gravo today, water, adding a littlo lirao to it, and wife may havo wash tho insula of tho vessels well in and his tho sweet consolation during tho years tho solution. Afterward scald thorn of her widowhood that "Kentucky's soveral times thoroughly as before wives can now lw protected." And Kentucky gavo birth to tho only what protection has tho abandoned whose man who was over at ono nnd tho wife of tho murderer a woman reputation for chastity has never lieen same timo tho pastor of two churches, questioned except by tho brutu whoso tho editor of two newspapers, nud tho cars havo been poisoned by tho ven- conductor of n camp meeting. This omous tonguo of his uititress? Tho phenomenon is Hon Deoring.who lives only way that Kctucky's wives can iu Carthago, Mo., whero ho "runs n Iw protected has now been Mocked. church iiml n newspaper, has a church Their protection was tho hangman's nml u newspaper iu Cartcrvillo, a halter about Congressman's Thomp- church in Webb City, Mo., and is conduct-- , son's neck, but n Kentucky jury has now devoting his loisuro timo meeting iu Kenton coundeclared that Kentucky's wives need ing n camp Nows Journal. ty, Ky. no protection. n' half bo-coheart-broke- Tho ghost that inhabits the haunted houso near Jacksborro still it is rnrtrXY vraETAntK, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. keeps up his racket. Mr. Walker, And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or Quinine, without any of the injurious ailer effects, who owued and lived in tho houso at A flovemora Teatlmnny. Slmmona Liver Regulator has been In use In my tho timo of tho ghost's first appearfamily for some time, and 1 am satisfied It Is a to the ance, vacated tho premises several valuable addition GllL medical science. of Ala. SHorrut, Governor J. weeks since, and says all the money in lion. Alexander II. benefit Stephens, or Ga., says Have derived some from the use of Tennessee would not induco him to bimmons liver Regulator, and wish to give it a spend another week in tho house. Tho further trial. "The only Thine that never fiallt to many remedies for Dysghost sometimes assumes tho shapo of Relieve." Ihave used and Debility, but never pepsia, Liver Affection have found an thing to benefit me to the extent a small child, with hands extended, Simmons lUvrr Regulator has. 1 sent from Minnesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for Deal ret to call attention to the Large and Coniprehentlve Stock of changes instantly to a. black cat, then such a medicine, and would advise all who arc similarly affected to give It a trial as it teems the only to a snow whito cat; wails, groans and GroccrH'H, ProrlgloiiH, CoiilVeiloiierleH, Tobacco, Cigar, tic. thing that never fails to relieve 1' M. Janhiv, Minneapolis, Minn. thumps on the floor, moves tho chairs Which ho keeps always on hand. Makes especially ol Handling (loala at Wholesale na flmall Trolls, XV. Mason naysi From actual exDr. T. and at times mako an indescribable, perience In the use of Simmons Liver Krgulator in (louds delivered wllhln town limits freer 'cliargo. my practice have been and am aatuficd to use unearthly noise. A stroke or a kick ail prescribe it as a purgative medicine. ' TkVr only the Genuine, which always I- passes through him as it would thro' Wnppcr the red Z Trade-Mar- k n flame; follow him up and ho melts .1. II. ZKIL1N i. .ln.c.r CO. ' ' PV AM. DRUfifilSTS Ho whispers in tho faco of tho away. sleeper nnd tho strongest grasp of a strong man can not hold the led covWhekkit iaTKNDtNO. That venKnoxvillo Times. ers. al villian, .lames I). Brady, Mahono's henchmnu in Petersburg, has addressThe Luxuiiy op Fnoos' Leoh. tho sum- ed a paper to tlio republicans und coa- Nice lot ol1 Horses nnd In tho spring and through Fine Turnouts. Rates rea- mer, while tho season lasts, tho frogs litionists of Nnnseinonil, (a comity in soimlble. como up from tho muddy bottoms of which tho negroes predominate) in ponds nml aro shot aud caught with which, among other incendiarisms ho M soap nets. Hoys and old men aro tho says: "Tlic rcadjinlcrt have commenced the hunters, usually. Aud sinco tho AmerIs wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price, I also deal in ican peoplo aro learning to lo so fond olllterallon of the color line in jwii'fics men and in civil intercourse." ot tho French dish, soverai-rtirCivil intercourse is simply a softer cultivating them. And can supply it in any quantity. havo gono into Frogs' legs in hotels, though consider phrase for social intercourse. With A. nodcd a great luxury, aro often served up such revolutionary ideas aro tho dles of tho ignorant negroes being fillas spring chickens. In Washington alMarket tho weekly sales average 1,000 ed by many of their pounds. It seems astonishing that so lies and leaders. It is not against the many pounds of eatablo frogs could be negroes, but against such whites that obtained, but thoy aro brought here we should invoke the burning scorn from all over New York, New Jereoy and inextinguishablo contempt of all DEALF.US IN- Now York Journal. honorable men and virtuous women. and Maryland. Lynchburg News. Two ladies were overheard, a few Bishop Gilmoro says that Thomas days ago, discussing the hereafter, and Jefierson was tho progenitor of number one said: "You never see any because ho "planted tho pictures, or hear anything about men up in Heaven." Well," said number seeds of discord in civilized society two, "If there aro no men I do not when ho promulgated tho doctrine caro to go." "Oh," said number one, that 'all men are created equal, aud "I havo heard of Gabriol up thero endowed by the Creator with certain blowing his horn." "Yes," said num inalienable rights, among them life, ber two, "if there is a man you may liberty, and tho pursuit of happibo suro ho is blowing his born." ness.'" Tlio Bishop regards this doc "Truo," said number ono, "or clso trine as false in its notions oi human Salt, Limo, Comont, Fiold Sooclg, Plows and Farming takinc it." and they passed out of equality, and as tho cause of commun Implomonts. Call and boo tho gonnlno Hamilton Plow. ism, iiiuiusm, anu general restlesshearing. Time und Doctors' mil win he oared by alwaya keeping tho Itegulator In the House I For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly safe parRntivei, alterative and tonlo can never be out of place. .The remedy Is lutrmlese and doca not Interfere with bualnosa or pleasure. Groceries, Provisions, &c, inn. G. BRIGHT, St. Asnpli Block, STANFORD, - - - XCY.9 1 i A.3STID SITIAIBiXilKI! IIA.K;3SrESS SHOP, . a i iojsO) lilies -- al CO AI! T. BJUSrurEIiIiEY, Stanford, Ky. white-skinne- A. OWSLEY & SON, Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- Wooden and Willowwaro, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full lino of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Fames, Traces, tho owner of the Burlington HawUye, has an offico of profit in Washington; Mr. Waite, an editor of the Jlmdeyc, is Postmaster at Burlington, nnd John W. Burdette, another editor of tho llawkeye, and a brother of the funny man, has been appointed Collector of tho Fourth of tho Iowa district. Tho oflico-boJltwleye had not lecn provided for at Philadelphia limes. last accouuts." "Mr. Hatton. ness. Often wet the back of baby's head, when hot from teething, and habituate, it to frequent sips of water (uot draughts) to cool and moisten tho mouth nnd throat, which often be comes parched from unnatural heat during teething. An old physician told mo that many iutauts died from "Wife," in wantnf water. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK!. HEADQUARTERS -- AT- Tho great drag ropo to pull tho cars tlio isrooklyu Jirtugo lias ocun completed. It is 1 J inches in diame ter, 11,700 feet in leugth, and weighs 11) tons. Heforo it left tho manufactory, each wiro of which it is compos ed was subjected to u strain of 1,000 pounds, nud was stictched from four to six inched. It is (arrod to preserve it from tho atmosphere. ncross was first known that hogs were good to eat when Japhet Ham. It would be u Bliem uot to Noah thing Huflalo was good after trying it. A Washington editor alleges tho Treasury is a good placo for young ladies to got into if thoy dosiro to find lovers and husbands. It is said that during tho past thrco or four months over ono humlrod havo been gradua ted into wedded lifo from that institution. tN. Y. World. Hon. Proctor Knott paid u visit to Midway gome days ago, aud whilo there was introduced to a lady who had not heard of his nomination. IIo was so graceful aud elegant in his manners that tho lady mistook him for a dancing master, and Inquired if ho inteudod organizing a class in MidPress. way, It Every Saturday. jrtrtorpalUiitMlrutllctluJjr au.1 lotcttlgallou Gov. Illackburu mado nu nsa of Tetou-ilnr- e Into tn ctiarutrr of Hilt lulUI In his speech and tho convenhimself jou ol Its (rtial lunll, call ou IVunjr & SlanfurJ. or W. M. WeWr, Ml. Vrrtwu, tion mado an ass of Itself by its rudeaiid Kt a taui It Uiifrfu ol rliargt. ness to tho Governor. So honors aro Catarrh U tlio svcil of consumption, and u( LoultB. Walls, of 1'amlll. Iud., about evenly divided between the unlw taken in time U a wry dangerous lleuJrlcktrouutrjr,u;i hawaa jln-c- up tjr Ml Governor and his constituency. Hall's Catarrh Cure new fails family lijralclsu 10 ill wills couauwllvii, but disease. Bold by IVuujr & Urowu's KiUiraut curtJ Mm. For sal by I'm. to cure. l'rlco75c Glasgow Times. dlx-aw- . i When u Scotchman answers aques tion ho sottlos tho matter in dispute ouco lor an. uu a certain occasion tho question was asked, "Why was Mary Queeu of Scots born at Linlith Sandy Kerr promptly angow?" swered, "Jlecauso her mither was stay ing thero, sir," aud thero actually scorned to bo nothing moie to say on tho subject. Last winter a Missouri girl leajMxl luto u rivor for suicide, but, fini- liug tho water ilistresaingly cold, alio cot out na soon na possible. Blio de clared that aha Birunly postponed her death uutil she could drown moro com fortably; nud now, with tho first warm weather, she has executed her purpose. A religious oxchango tells u story of a comet player employed by a Baptist church, who lost his position by play melody, "Pull (or ing tho shoro," ut tlio baptism nt a nu lathe bor of converts. Jacob Scneider ran away with liana llreitenbock's wifo. Upon being interviewed the husband said: "Dot is tha best vay not to speak a littlo Such as Oliver Plows, Meikle and Avery Double Shovel, and tho Erinkley about it. But I pities Yacob Schneie Turning: and Single and Double Shovel and Harrow combined. der." No farmer should be without it. PlUSr PILES! PILES I . DetHtilu' A l'ltett t a rtillral cbauKt fioiu Ilia M rtuinllt well-know- W. H. HIGGINS Farming Implements, one-hon- p Shelf Hardware, Iron, Spokes, Horse Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, !-- i7,r,,l Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking Valley Corn Shellers, urrtUifora Iu u.- - 11m Dlooitrr la Hit rrault ul Evans9 Corn Drills, Hand Corn And tlio l!csl rump in The Market, Planters, Elevator. tlio MayUem Dr. F. M. Eploy, Loulsvillo, says: L. It. Marion, of the L. 0. It. It. One of our beatcltitsns would nay to tbe Co., eays: "Urowu's Irou Bitters I "llrown's Iron Bitters has disappoint- public that uehu tried Hall's Catarrh Cure find is a valuablo romedy fur neural- ed me iu nono of tho diseases for which and It Is all that is claimed for it, Price 75o per bottle. it is recommended." gia and bilious complaints." ny A MtAllsUr, SlauforJ, ao4 W. M. WtUr, Ut Ysruuu. Avoid to IU will Is lultcltttt. tftitr urglett Utllt ut Hrown'a Eifwo a cougU w bin a Sfty-i- it toiaot will curt you For aaltby I'tauyaalcAllsttr, SUoforJ, soil W, M. WtUr, Ml. Ytrnoa. Tho unrivalod Jowel Range Cook Stoves, Step Stoves, Tin- -' waro, Bird Cages, Barbed and Annealed Wire, ' ' Lime, Salt, C sweat, Plaster Paris, 6Vo. A g.wal stock of WoedMi OhiM and Glassware. Grwwi, v --- - dejtAt i t .gei a"1; y f ' i rf PRRWHMOTMWOT mimmimmmm'rtM. , Where all the names l'rlest's of all the tribe are written. The Plus Ribbon I noticed In my last, Hut I forbear. A few mure services in Iloxton Itall and we closed last Sunday night with C'JI for the 18 ilajs. Only the mrMlng In Harlan county, Ky., exceeds this and not even that, considering the fact that service were held only once a day. Nearly twice a many sermon wete preached in Harlan to 1'rnl-- e bring about the same result the I.OItDforall and forever' "(lodV Iflve filorv" rsme by yesterday' I refrain from criticism forobvlous mall. May the dear I.OKD bless the reasons. book. Ever In Jesus, (leo. O. Hahnk. breast-plate- mum JPtV Mmmimmmmfmmmmmm'mmimmmmm V eTV ) t I ( 1 ! otice." mean 7" writes a friend. It was a little mistake of mine on first arrival. I ought to have given our address as above, K. However, it make little difference, as the postal authorities know this locality well, and a letter with the misdirection of K. C. upon it wouldn't go out of the way, London is divided into postal districts, according to a rule with which I am not familiar, but the different routes are labeled E. C, W. C, N. S., E. V., N. W., S. E , Ac. The inner ciicuit, which runs a mile each way from a fixed centre, in the heart of the business city, is labelled E. C. and W. C. The outskirts and suburbs aro lettered with the other signs, easily seen to tell their locality according to the compass points. E. C. means "east of centre;" W. C. "west of centre." Dalnton U an eastern suburb and our true letter is E.; of which please take a note in writing, Townsend is known, was knocked A law student at Layiayetto, Ind., if one has a liking for perfect correctness down for lying a lew days ago. Then was surprised in the midst of an ima habit good to cultivate, even though Joe Blackburn slapped him for the passioned address beforo a sawhorse incorrectnesa produce no bad result as iu same offense. So it will bo seen that aud twelvo sticks of cord wood set ou the present case. Yesterday London turned out in force the way of transgressors is still very end. This laudablo attempt at inno for a Whituonday holiday, which, like hard. cent practice was laughed at so much Christmas nnd Eister, is a season of almost Tho republican party is tho party that ho left town to cscapo the ridi unbounded revelry and jollification. We of centralized Government, tho mo cule. all wanted to see London in gala dress, "The smartest nation nopoly creatinir party, tho party of IlAitittBO.vPnoKiitia will have charge without being crushed by the crowd, and In all creation," of tho White Sulphur Springs this at last decided on the Crystal l'Iace at is only a legitimate sprout of the parent high taxes, tho champion of protectSydenham aa a plate of observation. The stock. The unbounded confiive tarifb, the eaemy of foreign com- year, Ho is also proprietor of the fa "Zoo ," at aixpeuce the head, and within merce, the esesiy of the workingmau, mous Hygeia Hotel, at Old Point walklui; distance of so many hundreds of dence In our "manifest deitiny" Is but a repetition of what hat been since the promthe friend of money monopolies. The Comfort. Just after tho war, he was thousands, we knew would never do, even ise to Abraham, where It all begun, an express messenger at $50 par had it been a km popular place of report. democratic party is and always has Seme new "Identity" come Iu the nearly Epping Forest would have too many everyday, now (hat I have the clue in my been tho champion of exactly tho op- mouth. Now ho is a millionaire drunken roughs in it for comfort, though hand. You know I believe Queen Victoposite principles. MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. otherwise one of the best places to ace the ria to be a lineal descendent of the house of For the information of our gener Lynchbur, V ,wa visited by a $S0fr,- - London masses on a holiday Hut Syden- "David the King," for "the sceptre is not ham being thirteen miles br rail, would, to depart from Juihh, nor a ally correct neighbor, the Yeoman, wo 000 fire on Wednesday. from A German woman waa killed by light- we supposed, give us the "golden uican" between his feet until Bhiloh comes; lo Him will say that this Senatorial District we were after; and It did. lietween 10,000 shall the gathering of the nation be." This is composed of tho counties of Boyle, ning In Louisville this week. Madison county lias $7,155,050 wotth or 50,000 rough estimate paid the shil settle the fact that Judak mutt U uiyning Casey, Garrard and Lincoln, aud not of taxable property and 5,003 legal voter. ling and sixpeLce, which secured a railway tomctcherr, for Shlloh aud "the gathering of of Lincoln, Casey aud Iluesell as Itobt. T. Meachaui, brother of the ed- ticket and entrance to the beiutiful place. tho nation to Him" i not yet. cll, not printed in that paper thrco times a itor of the llopklnsvllle South Ktntuelian.ii Once there, one could, if he wished, spend to debate the subject, I found a singular divers sorts, a lot of money on dead. week. confirmation of thU as I stood In the "Israel The Courur JiAimal thinks It Is a re confectionery, lunches and varied merchan- Hoom" at the Tower of London only list The Auditor has refused to pay the markthle fact that each cf the seven dem- dise. It was well worth the time and monconsidering the crown military escort of Gov. Blackburn to ocratic nominees for State cilice wear mus- ey to visit this famous resort on a national Saturday, attentively these realms. Not at of the good Queen of Nashville and very properly. It the taches and no other beard. holiday. There was entirely too much the incrusllng diamond that make it spir-kl- e Michael waa hanged in driuking, of course, as there U everywhere old fellow wants to inako an exhibi-tie-o- f aud Utah from every point of observaJail, at Dublin, fur the murder In England, but we taw nu one rjast the tion, bnt at one jewel I looked with fixed Ulmuif, be ought to bo willing Secretary liurte: the fourth merry poiut yesterday. Every one "kept attention. It is iA jewel of the gorgeous to fcx tho bills find not call on the of Under man to auUer for thtt atrocious crime. his les," though not always "well under crown a ruby, given many centuries ago State do o. Win, IUtclcr.au Indianapolis saloon hlinj" and on the whole tbero was far bet to the "Jiltck l'rluce" by the King of ' have The Coviufltoa Commonwealth says keeper, who had been deserted by his wife, ter order than we should our own baa at a Spain a stone of wondrous aize and brilcountry. visit to Nash- loaded a shot gun with nails, and phciog similar great gathering In liancy, larger than a partridge rgg, of the that "Gov. Blackburn' sports were the favorites un purest water and value untold All the the muzzle over his heart, lore it to shreds. The agreeable than his visville was wore A destructive cyclone killing til n roaking rain after dinner tliovo the other gems of the crown go out of sight, it to the DeoMCfatio Convention at persons and wounding mote than fifty pars crowd away from archery, boating, bicy- comparatively, a one lookt on this blood-re- d Tke Nwhvlllo people ed through portions of Indiana and Ohio cling and lawn dancing. The latter was Louisville. Jewel right in the centre and Tbey repcted his thU week Several hundred thousand dol- not the brisk, lively thing we LaU reaa of the diadem. And the ruby U Judah'a dHa't about, and all because they triad to Import emblem among the 12 gem of tbs High lars worth of property was destroyed. "What does K. U. stiiT-nescrown-crookelaw-givout-dod fore-fro- Tin: democrats of Virginia, nro greatly elated at their recent victory over Mahone, of which tho Richmond Stale enthusiastically says : "Tho day Juno 1, 1883 dawns. Tho long, black night of Friday Morning, is passing away under tho bright light of tho sun ot freedom, W, P. WALTON, EDITOR which sheds its rays into every nook and corner that tho boss conspirators ItEHOCHATIV TiritKT. of their have mado tho hiding-plac- es roftnoyxxNOR, c tiny. J. pr.ooron knott, crimes. This is our first decisivo vicMarlon. Of tory sinco tho mcmorahlo fall of 1880, ran thrco years ago, and as tho debt quesVAPT. J A MRS P., JitST) MAX, Of Adair. tion no longer divides democrat from ro ATToxiixr otinaat, democrat, wo aro marching in solid p. ip. jiap.dix, column, with firm step and bravo OfMtrctr. heart to tho great victory next Norot AUDITOR, vember, when right shall triumph, fv ram; ntswErr, Of Hardin. and the boas' hordes shall bo routed FOR TJtKlSUREX, and driven forever from our lair land." J j.tiA ir. jmjtt, Of Franklin. Senator McDonald says tho t arTOR REOIITKR Or tARD OFFICE, id issue, connected with tho gen oral JOIIS O. C7TCM, subject of rovenuo reform, will necesorrue. sarily bo an important question in nil TOBUC IKSTRt'CTlOff, FO ICrMIRTRXDRNT JOS. DESHA riCKBTT, futuro political contests, until it is or Fayette. settled upon doctrines of tho constituTOR STATR IMIII, KIOIITXIRTII DUTHICT, tion and principles of sound political ma j. f. d. manry, orCatey. economy. Wo may be somo timo reaching a solution of tho question, rot RKriRSKRTATIVI USCOLN COOKTT, JUDOK T. P. II ILL. JR. but as tho public mind comes to be enlightened, it will not bo satisfied In a letter to tho New York World with any tar id that has not for its Senator Bayard, of Delaware, makes government nor with tho details any the following suggestions of true retariff law in which tho duties laid form: "The excise system can bo so upon foreign merchandise shnil be arranged, I am sure, as to do away abovo the revenue point. with the army of spies and agents and tho detestablo inqusition practiced unThe Cincinnati Enquirer a short der the present law. A tax upon tho timo sinco published an interviow ascertained capacity of n still can be with Gov. Blackburn, in which that made some allusion to substituted for tho hosts of political dignitary storekeepers and guagers and armed claims against tho Stato allowed by marshals, who now constitute tho Judgo Buckner, in tho Madison Cir chief power of tho radical party in cuit Court. Tho Judgo has replied many States, and a sensible reduction in a card, pronouncing tho statement of the rate of tho tax to a true reven- alleged to havo been made by the ue point would accomplish a vast re- Governor as a falsehood, without tho shadow of a foundation. Our col form and giro vast relief." to tho Executive for a Mr. J. G. Cecil, who was nomi- umns aro open Surely tho great and good response. nated for Register of tho Land OfBco, man will not lie under such nu impuemphatically denies that there was tation. any combination with Sheldon and It is said that Mrs. Walter II. Daothers, whereby they should have vis will institute a damage suit ngainst Clerkships if their votes were thrown to him. Sheldon, Grant and Hite Phil Thompson for tho murder of her Miller seem to bo equally as emphat- husband, not for tho sake of the monic that there was such an under' ey sho may obtain, but to havo a standing. JUie oliico ot ifegister is chance to vindicate his honor and inone of the poorest that is elected by nocence beforo the courts. A truer the State at largo, and yet there are or moro devoted wife never lived than mora applicants and more fuss over Mrs. Davis, and the jealousy with which 8 ho defends her husband's good the spoils than any of the others. name, endears her to tho heart of evHon. Henry Wattekson deliver- ery honorable roan and woman in the ed an address beforo tho literary socio land. ties of Vanderbilt University, Tues' The Glasgow Times wittily reday night, on the "Homicidal Sido of marks "There is a streak of tho luSouthern Life." Ho touched Blightly dicrous in tho rod's persistently savon the "higher law" but admitted Courier-Journ- al. that the carrying of concealed weap age warfaro on tho The fierceness with which tho former ons, an offspring of the war, which ho characterized as tho mark of a COW' prods tho latter is only paralleled by ard and blackguard, is the chief cause the impervious serenity with which of the hundreds of homicides that oc- tho latter takes tho prodding. Some kind friend should take tho Courier-Journcur yearly in the South. Tho address, out in tho back alloy and tol like all of his productions, is both it iho naughty things tho Post says readable and instructive. about it." The County Judge of Montgomo The Presbytery of Idaho covers nn ry, tearing auothcr mob, which was area of 100,000 equaro miles. They reported coming 500 strong, called on the Governor for troops to guard the have 11 eburchesand but 10 ministers. Mt. Sterling jail. He promptly or- Tho work of church extension is greatdered out tho Cerro Gordo Guards, ly hindered by want of pastors. Tho but no lynchers came. Mobs aro al Presbytery protests ngainst the govways cowardly and tho reception tho ernment's action in taking from Chief Moses and his tribe their lands. one received at Mt. Sterling when throe is likely Cor.. T. Z. Morrow is making a guards whipped a battalion, to deter a further attempt to take good start.' He has professed religion nnd joined tho Presbyterian prisoners from Jailer Punch. church. Tho consolations of that pro George Alfred To wnsend has an in fession will be all that is left to him come of $20,000 a year from his writ after Proctor Knott snows him under ings, and Annaniaa was struck dead for lying. Annanias was bora too by an increased majority and it is well soon. New York Star. Gatb, as to bo propared for it. mt-Mccfitit Inltrtorlouraal t).tn Timlitthke, diargcd nllli ohing-In- g n little rirgro girl, Arts ncnltncetl M Lexington jtrit tUj to bo hang). I.itutf runt Colonel W. O. Mitchell, acting Adjutant (Icntral on Hancock's Ma IT, was Rltackrd by pneumonia a week ago itnil txplrtil Wednt'da. A Irakeman, Herjamln Illcknun name, who lost n leg on the Clieanpeiike, OMo A outliwcstern K. It, lit obtained judgment for $12,500. The Mitt was gained on Iho ground of nrgllgence of tlio conipn nyV oilier rmjloje on the train. -- The republican Sltlo Central Committee will meet at 8 a. x nn llic fitli of June, for tlio purpose of orgtnlrlng and mapping out a programme for Ilia campaign. Geo. Dennj, Jr , is now a member of the Committee. The meeting will be at LouliTllle. It Is at last Mated with come authori- lr uttrr.-oovmso- ty that a plan of consolidating the Internal revenue districts has been prepared, approved br Secietary Folger and by him submitted to tho President. At present there are 120 tliitricts, and the plan pro poses to reduce the number to ninety-two- . Let it be done by all meant. Dorter the Star Route tlitef sirs "I hid the crldcnce thai Garfield prorated to appoint Stanley Matthews to the bench of the Supreme Court in consideration of $100,000 contributed by Jay Oonld to the Indiana campaign fund Wbltelaw Held was the n man who acted as middleman In the gement of the aflilr." who ao cowardJim Curry, the ly murdered the actor I'urter, of which a Texas jury of rough acquitted him, hid a close call In New Mexico, Tuesday. His became enraged at him and arming himself with a ride fired C2 shots into the house, wounding Curry who waa crouching behind a barrel. The new bridge between New York and Brooklyn has already been the scene of a frightful accident. Wednesday a panic stricken crowd forced It way out of tho entrance and over a small flight of stairs, piling upon each other until 1ft persons were trampled and crushed to death and fully half a hundred wounded. Another accident on the C. 9. It. It. The through freight train going north came into collision with a loose car near Georgetown, which had dipped on the main track. It wan on a down grade, and the shock threw all the cars oft" the track wounding the conductor and fireman severely, tearing up the track some 200 yards and utterly wrecking the entire train. A. dispatch from Knoirille of the SOth tart: Tonight at the Kooxville Waterworks the bottom of one of the reserToira dropped out, emptying in fire minutes 500,000 gallons of water into a care beneath. The water baa not come to the surface, though the reservoirs are on a hill sereral hundred feet high. The existence of the care waa not previously known. At Offenton the democratic committee of Owen county pawed resolutions condemning the methods by which J. I'roctor Knott secured the nomination for Governor and approving the action of the Owen delegation in dividing ita vote, and censuring the change afterward recorded, and pledging Col. Jonea the support of the county should ho claim to be the nominee of the convention. Col. Jonea has given up all claims that he may hare had and this effort to stir up strile should be condemned. ar-rara-c- jl r FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE al xitAiHE Dear Interior: the roitD" Lank, Dalston, Londox, E. May 15, '83 102 SiiAci:r.EVEt.r. walltlng and the (lrtman upon ah English lawn, where nothing would have been appropriate but a quadrille or an old fashioned reel. As it was, the solemn and stately way the hoys and girls tried to go through the imported nonsense to the scraping of a violin and tho shrill lootings of a fife, would have made a hermit gu into convulsions of laughter. We beat a retreat lo avoid disgracing ourselves and oflending sentltlve ones, It was pleisant to note tho sturdy national character coming out in the free and eay way in which every one sauntered about, looking si if he considered himself as good an anybody else and perhapa a little belter. The harlequins were funny, disputes were settled by a friendly tussle on the grass and I doubt whether there were a dozen pistols or dagger among all those thousands. The carrying of deadly weapons It almost unknown among Drltons. I wish it could be truthfully said of my own people. What an Englishman can't settle with his fiit, he leaves unsettleJ, at it ought to be. lint they are plucky to a man. One is Impressed with this on every hand. It will not do to run agalnat John Hull, nnlcw von wish to be "brought up with a round turn." The other day, near London Hridge, I waa looking one way and walking another, when I came in violent contact with some one, and was Instantly reminded that it wai a Hriton of the sturdiest bind. Had I Instantly shot out the sterotyped phrase, kepi ready n thousand times a day for such street emergences and which is accepted at perfect reparation for jolt, puih, crushed corns, almost iny- thing of the kind, viz: "I beg you pardon," all would have been well. Hut I was a little slow in atoning for my unintentional "son of rudeness, and my the Isles" saluted me with: "Hallo! who aro you now? Vhere are rou shorln to?" emphasis of the most scornful and belligerent character on the pronoun. A glance over my shoulder fell uKn nn undersized chap of 17 or 19, who might have sat for tho wrtrait of Oicken'a "Artful Dodger," with his old plug hat, trowrers niaoy sites too large and turned up at the ankle, coat ditto, and rolled up at the writts; dirty and with disheveled locks, but every inch a Briton, and not to be pushed rudely by anybody. Not choeing to bare an apology extorted by this brare manikin, I dived rapidly into the crowd nnd got away, m if I did not hear him; but I did hear and Inwardly resolved that I would keep my "manners" In more available reach in future and be more prompt in acta of reparation. "Sturdy" that is the word that best expresses the English character. And that has ever been a national chtracteristic. That made them uncon querable, even by Itoman legions during the ro called "Conquest" of 600 years. They never were conquered, in the full sen of that term, and never will be Abra ham's seed were born to rule tho world; and they have alway walked the earth with this sene of rule shut up like a "fire in their bones" even when tbey knew nut what it was. At the Crystal Palace there it a tower with 110 steps in it, leading to an altitude 220 feet greater than the cross on St. I'aul'a dihedral which itself it 150 in height. "Who but English women, as I saw them again and again yesterday, would have attempted an ascent like that, with great, "soggy" babies in their arms, weigh ing 10 or 50 pounds? And all for pleasure mind youl They are not people. On the contrary, we have been amaz ed to find them an undersized folk, far be neath an American average male and femaleat least in London; but when you talk of spirit, why there it is In these little people aa you will find it nowhere else on earth the indomitable pluck that lias put the world to tribute! I am rather n meek man myself, but I can greatly admire courage in others, and am not a little proud of these, my ancestors. I do not deny that it Hriton is brusque, often rude, and one may say a little rpdty. Like the interminable chimney pota that bristle over London like the grass of the prairie, a Very continent of ungainly and not an inappropriate emblem of the national character. There tbey are. There la no city of chimney-poon etrlh but London. Only a hurricane can blow tliem down, and they are instantly replaced. The chimneys, for the "Fathers" have settled it that smoke must find an outlet by a chimney with an elbow in it, and one of the first things to amaze a stranger as he flies along a railway on a level with the roofs is thii endlesi array of crooked chimney. It is the very embodi ment of the sturdy conservatism of this wonderful peoplr, who go their own way, take very little from their neighbors, find out things for themselves and look with suspicion on any thing that did not originate I find that our Ameri with Ihemnelves. can propensity to loak upon ourselves as quick-spirited large-Iicxlic- d RJjaat. ll1 tV fe (rm. nillCf.' VT pimnMicioTs $&l &J DrnRH, Books, Stationery Jra to nil nnd Fftuoy Artiolea. v iirtitaa in jifU aXTaW r- A. - rhytyrlam' i mfaf ." A M.rfH Y3SdV jl. li arttirately roinrounJed. ? Garrard County DEPARTMENT. W'fVM- rr, ilsPhJfWi vliLE2V JJ AV.-- r' V .i rt iViTf.iTiftijT" Lnrgost .Shirk of Wiilclic, Wl ClnrL. Jnwrlrr ii Silverware Y6?-vY- ifkzij arr . mh W iTiwliJiV MiMir 3 Ktee Wnuthl tnttiltmeiiel. Pi I ere Idver than wnt. YVatchra, llita sn-- l Jewnry ll. th ihotl iKjllreind Warranted. noiri'. it. AViawx, :nmtor. LANCASTER. Hlind Tom, the negro who has cieated for several years past such a sensation in the musical world, will appear at the City Hall, next Wednesday night. Misses Marian Woolford, Katie Mason and Sadie Huffman and Dr Morgan, attended tho decoration of the soldiers' graves at Camp Nelson, Wednesday The work of tearing sway the ltobln-so- n corner began lo dsy. In a few weeks it will be replaced with two new and handsome buslne bouses of the mrwt modern style. The session of Franklin Institute clo se next Friday. An entertainment consisting of vocal and instrumental music, recitations, Ac, will be given on that night. The wonder why there are so many wagons and horse at L. W. Hurdett A Co.' mill, is answered by the fact that the customers get 10 pound of the very bet flour lo bi bushel, and meal of tho very J best not killed In grinding. We notice a great Improvement in the appearance, and a consequent Increase of trade at Mr. Bailey' old stand since Mr. Mcltobert took possession. He will keep the beat of everything in the drug line, t and we bespeak for him succe. The trial of the men (leo. Catr and Clark Jones, who are charged with having burglar tool on their person wa had beThey fore Judge Singleton, yesterday. were held over in a bond cf $500 lo answer any ir.dictment that may be found agalnit them at the coming August term Falling to give of the Circuit Court. tin ol Agrleultnral Iu4raienU anJ Measure In order to get control of tbelral and most bail tbey were committed to jail. An offiYehlclre, andalMlaefder toeallentotirelawlniiHh quaotlllee a to obtain tha largnl loweat rates of frrtibt, 1 hare eelaUUhed Ware IUuhm and Agents at lluitootllle cer from Henry county came afier the man and Illebnvad, and under I hie arrangement, we fWI ears wo tea eOVir tha Tensers Geo. Dean, who informed on Cstr and Lanenilrr Many Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. Jones. He I wanted in thai county to answer a charge of horse stealing. The I on hioli at all lltara at my mm ml Vr lkkuttii a tare nock of officer look liin away ts soon as he had Officer Hunter, of lludstuwn, testified. came up yesterday In ive Cites, aa be wants a man the description of whom fits Citrs exceptini; aa to height. We wish to say to the Farmers of this County that we are handling this year I THE CHAMPION REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES! BRUCE, WARREN matter free. We will have four styles of this Machine on exhibition next Court day, and would like for all to inspect them, whether desiring to pui chase or not. Call on us and get some good reading & CO., Grocers and tTIofliicr.H. ATTEMN, kp FARMERS! iikr A Crtat Disccrrrj. la dally l.rlnjlng Joy to th homes U thousands Ly laTlng mauy ot their dear ones fiobi Dlicoi- an early KraT. Truly la Ir. King's N ery lor Consumption, Coughi, CoMa, Aslhnu, of Voter, Tltklloc In Bronchitis, Hay Fever, e tho Throat, Tain In bide and Cheat, or any or tho Throat and !.uu(s. a xlll?e run (luaranleed, Trial Bottles free, regular tt tl, Tint U iccB. ' "fir at Tenny AMeAlliter's. LASCASTI.lt AIHHniSKSKM-i- . H TJ It d 33 O IV 1 3311' I MT, LANCASTER, KY. HAM M. BUKDETT, H. P. WALTBU. OrSeo boun OfBre. over Ci Miens National Hank. from S to 12 A. M. and from 1 to 5 r. M. ArTOIlIfl3Y At KY. LANCASTER, Air.rOlf.NJ3Y' At KY. LANCABTKU. Will raetireln(!arrard and adjoining rountl r nj Couitof A'eaU. (ISt-Ij- ItitKKlcN, :nrrlK'M,NprliiK IVhroiik, Farm WngoHM, Log Wtajreita, II. O. KAUPFMAN, Muter Cuuimlieloiwr Oarranl Circuit I'uurL Will uractle In all the Court! of Uarrard and adjoining couitltes and In the Court of ApeJa. Xaand.ieth?s fisffitlem eagwi Railroad Carls, .T"-.- ay??jaA-y- j Urairs, Muweri, llay Ilatee, drain Drills, HruadcMl Seeders, Uuliey Ilarrost, a'tiltoy Ftowi, Walking and Hiding Culllialori, Ouro Illllli. Cum ttanlers, l"nl luttera. Corn Hhellera, Karm- rra' Holiers, and many other Iteiua, In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of FURNITURE lam III I.UIIVHHtVl' at tlio Xlllli, TbreablngUa-chlnea- , also preiurcd lo turiimh rlrt and estimates of all klodaof Knglnca, H llay l'reuee, HI raw Hlacten, Wind Mills, 1 one I'oweri, and f arloue'olher tlnda ol machinery. rartloa In waut of any goude In luy Hue will "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," I.ANGAtni'.U, KY. looee nothing by seeing mo U loro urelialHg, t "Sl- (JEO.D.HUiUOTT&CO., !'roirUUu Mjgfci'Wrs'ryr. Ctite tat.ma.rW liBieKiiaav"-r- ' 1114 .TON. NW:i21litNI2, & LaioofCbenault, Bereraneo with Co., Manlord, Ky., ItlwliiuJIe lUy auU Wool. (Jrftlii at.il KsihUoI iwiii iiihuw j ill ktii.li, alt KJ,rtea.iff'?V t Jifc-- - I rr sW J r- - J. M. ROBINSON LOUIHVIL1.K Valuablo ... I I Bluo-Gras- s &. CO.. ICY. luhortere and JoLUera ot Dry Clouds, Motions, Ac,, U7, BW, ell Ualu blrvet, Cur. ttlalb, (UoHuaAultur I'lov. GEORGE D. WEAREItf, Stanford. UUIjr.N A WIXLIAMM, Managera MuetoatllU Depot Farm V0.1 POIl HAU3I allua- Wlt.l.li.r.1 . I .rnll I If. About 40 Ntauford cbard turnpike, lulls Iroui Acre In cultivation, balanto la grata Hood spring, nleutygood tluilxrand welladanled to stock) bargalu Ih Will Kll at good luUhtorkool, any time. a bur trait of Ian t aud gli luwmloa or further particulars, luivlr of J U. Ovtley, blauford, Ky , or wills lo uie at Daillla, Mlliu otto for sals ...... ll.tn.i. uiy I'aruiof ..II III lrrr(. W. I,. WITIIKHN, Manager Lancaster Depot) S t tt lut IUid I'lanttr) tKTS kootbf. It. II. WEAKEN, Manager Klcbmosa Defo4 f county, Tetaa. lf J. HKNMV riHH. J rjtOFFMIOJUl, A Sundar school Convention of the Army of the Republic member. Patriotic liams was chosen Chairman, who then exTales Creek Association will be held with song were sung and addresse made by plained the object of the meeting; which SAH W. RORMCTT. ). W. KIOWA, by Hon. Thos, ,, Morrow, of Somerset, and wa for the purpose of reorganizing the A NoTHF.ii of extra Lime at W. the Ilaptl.t church at Crib Orchard, June JJUItDETT A 1JHO WW, 10. Rer. II. Allen Tupper, W. P. Har-re- Opt. 8am M. Boone, of this place. of the democratic executive committee II HigRtn' . j..a.-v.viTour-uavTsRisrar DsrasruKST, and other good speaker will be nn There was a church missionary tea at county. Jack Adams, Jr., Chairman and r Friday Morning, Orricanr Coxrrsntttaor Tint Cosaascr, MT. VEItNOK, KY. Wk hare for sale 30,000 sIiavmI shingle. Jnno 1, 1883 Mrs, PearceV, on Lincnter Avenue, Wed- John W. Brown, Hecty., baring tendered hand. WASiiianrn. Arstr.7, IIS. Ilruop, Warmi A Co. While returning home from rhurrh in nesday afternoon, from 4 to (1 o'clock. WALLACR (. VA1K01S. their resignation a such, Judge Johu M. T. W VAI10W. WilKiaas, KsallafacloryavldeneepTesenle.1 In T. W. AWE VAltKON, the undersigned, II ha been mad to appear that Ik you want the N. LOCAL TIME CARD. wool Jefferson county, Mo, n young man and The ladle of ihe Baplitt church gar Fish was nominated and unanimously chos ucr two-plHank town llustonvllle, In V'l' ATTOItNJJYH KY. iA.W, Ihe National In theofcounty of Lincoln the male of woman were met by an ncu,n!nlAnfe, who, a strawberry festiral Wednesday carpel go to J. W. HaydenV Huston tills. and of niht. en i Chalrmanof Ihe democratic extcutlre 8TANFOIU), Mail Train, Dai. Kentucky, provisions of with all with a shotgun, killed Ihe former, mortal- $45 wa realized, although the night wa Stanford (nine North ... stair. Ihe Itevlecd haa compile.! Ihe UnitedlhStales required IS r. M. D. N. Wil- Cfflf In Owaler A Bos' new bulldlng-t- ip committee of this county and Hlslutesor Thk Photograph tiallcrv will positive! ly wounded his companion and then com " " " Mouth . . 2 00 r. . to lie cow riled with before an association shall b ii AA mtj A wnf bad. aia liams wa choa- - a Secretary. Then on b moTel from here July 2rlh. authorised to lominencwlhe business ol Unking, A'l' TjA-W- , mitted suicide Accommodation, Dailf ttccpt Sundar. Klder 8. Crutcher returned Monday motion, the following person were chosen nrANMHtn, ky, Mow, therefore, , John J. Knox, Leaves fltsnforst going Norlh .. Vt a. m. Will Rer. W. !'. Cowden, of the Christian from Hustonrille, where he ha been hold- a members of the committee for each dis Joining Draetlesln Ihs Cnrlinf Uneotn anil a.! certify that the NaI want to fell a f(V, " p. M, " Mouth " 8 .... nt of furniture. coiintlta and Ihe (Superior Court snd Court tional nankofllustonfllle, In the town of lluswill delirer the Commencement ing a meeting for sercnteen day church, II Price reduced, (leo. Hr llruce. past. trict of isid county, viz: 1st. Geo. O. R. nt Appesla. fpaelsl attention gtren tocolleetlona. tonvllle. In tncounty of Uneoln snd Rlatn of 111 Kentnckv. Is authorised lo commence the business Sermon at the at 11 A.M. Father Lawlrr and H.J. Brady, of Lou- - McCill, Ashley Owens, Lee Coffey; zd. T. urnroon Lancaster atrol LOCAL NOTICES. of Unking, aaaulhorircd In Section o,10 ol ths Come and tee the laical design In China, aunuay. a ALKX. ANDHKaoii Itevlsed Mtatules of lh United States. be no other ser- Isrille, were here Tuesday visiting Father B. Frith, JimesF. Wallln; 3d. J.T.Stephthere win Hur Vxwn of Penny A McAllnler. In testimony witness AirroitiNMY A.T X.A.AV, seal of office, thiswhereof, of April, my hand snd ilia and igtneeniwareHl II. C. Ilright'. " vice in town at that hour, standing room A. J. Brady, of St. Paul' church, who en, Levi P. Johnson; 4th. W. D, 7th dsy ISM. DAMVILLF, KY., I'isiiino Tackle at Mcltube rli A HIkk'h. will be at a premium If the weather I sails for Kurope next Wednesday, Will Practice In thsCoorlanf flotlsan,! adlnlnlns I). Mulllns; Gth. A, C. Jeptha Port Bale. A Nick slojlc of MrliMiiY cinl it lVnnr A handsome residence, JOIIX J. ftXOX, counties snd (n th Court of Appeals. 1M 2m Comptroller of th Cnrrrney. McAllsltr's. John M. Hurst, John Hubbard; Gth. Will sell Tery cheap. V. Craig, Htanford. fair. PULASKI COUNTT. No.J,l7. The PirorruM sensibly ask t "Why not J. D. F1BH, HrAKDAnn reail inUeii paint it Ale II. G. Sutton, Isaac Herron, W. G. Proc.. a.u jr This bottom ha dropped out of canned give us a cable report of Barnes' sermons Somerset. li. Robert A Blagg'. tor; 7th. A. J. Pike, Thoma Carrier. On And Matter Commissioner llockeastle ClrciiltCourt good. Come and get the figure by caae In Hoxlon Hall 7 They are of more Inter Ml. VUHNUN, KY. Quarterly meeting of the Methodist motion the Secretary was directed to notiAM. Ihe colors of Diamond live at will nrsMI In ffi ltsiv,..iid rv... rvllA A BtKR'. or by dozen. H. C. Ilright. est than Spurgeon', and will erentuallr church will be held here next Saturday. i: fy each member of hi appointment as tlons a specialty. Office In (Ikmoink H. P. Gravely tobacco at On account of the heavy rains, the de be heard by more people at London, His T.inTl v. TriTvs-uricommitteeman. The Stanford iNTEmou I HAVK a second-hanA Stags;'. power ucces thus far has been greater with the coration of Federal grave ha again been Journal wa requested to publish the pro HTANFOni). KY. Jon. Haii Hor Clioleta Cure. Penny threading machine and englno for Rale at Knglish than with postponed until Friday, American." ceedings, and Ihe meeting then adjourned. Oflce South aid Main Btrent, two door abov STANFOKV, KY., A Mc A lister ao!e a bargain'. Geo. D. Wearen. cnl. too jnrra xioiei. Col. T. Z. Morrow, the republican The largest (ingle sale of mule ever ., Purs Nitrous Oxld Oa administered whan reWatch w, Clock ami Jewelry repaired Ky , the Illegitimate colored In quired. Desler In IJkuct, "WAnrtEH A Co. are handling the made in the U, S. took place at Columbus, nominee for Governor, united with tbe and warranted b Penny A McAlister. children cf the late Jamej A. Case are Champion Reaper and Mower thi year. Tenn., on Hlday last. The purchaser was Prrsbylerian church last Sunday. a You will find netr cabbage and The holiness meeting at the M. E. suing the administrator for possession of a'nd titty tiling cle you want at J. Call and examine their machine. W. II. Leonard, who paid $185 n head for T. IiarrsV. animals, making an aggregate of $28,- - Church has closed, and the lady preacher hi estate, valued at $30,000. good A preacher named Byrd wa tarred Gn your Hod a Water, Ice cold and All the new shade in 0,5, 1 hey are for use upon sugar planta- hare departed for their home In Ohio. I will deliver Ice erery morning u re, from the new fountain of Penny A and In cheer good, with trimming to QUEENBWAHE. tions and will be taken to Louisiana In Mis Carrie Milton, formerly of tbia and feathered by a mob at Franklin, Neb, cAliiter. watch, can be found at J. W. Hayden'a late Eben Milton, for beating his daughter, who had inform AT ONE CENT 1EK FOUND, place, daughter of the August next. ALL note and account! due the firm of The Presbyterian General Assembly, diel last Monday at the residence of her ed her mother cf his adulterous relations As long sa my present stock last. After that, Lake J. II. A 8. II. ShanW not Milled by June Those Indebted to McAIIiler A 8llee lee as low ss I can afford. Aecounta due at the with other women. be diced in Hie bind of nut piy their account before next bar- at Saratoga, has declared igiinit prohibi- sister, Mrs. Bayless, in Darlington, Md, 18lb,1833, will ciose oieacn uiontn. Judge L. D. Thoinin, of the Ciril an officer. 8. il. Slunk. Stanford, May 7. I am informed that Mr. C. W. RichIt. V. HA 11 HO IT. ren. We mean buaine. McAliater A tion is a destructive measure, but "hills with joy and thanka the effort to check In- ardson, whu hid made some preparation Serrice Commission, md Chi. D. Lyman, Bailee. PERSONAL for building a brick residence, ha conclud- Chief Examiner, are in Louisville, for the The Maaona of Kirkarlll advertise for temperance and Ihe sale of Intoxicating Do. J. I). OireXEV went to Louisville beverage by the power of the christian ed not to build on the lot he had arranged purKse of establishing a Local Board of f bid for the erection of a Miaonlc Hall jesterJay. Civil Service Examiners. MISS. KATE UIIDDEICAK, conscience, public opinion and the strong for. Bee the notice in another Mru. V. O. Wklch hi returned from andatore-room- . Mr, Mollie Hendricks and Mr. HenMatt Lewis, of St. Louis, who has arm of the law," Lancaster atreel, Stanford, Ky., column. Loulullle. The title stone of the, New Warren ry Bale were married at the Hick House been convicted four times of murdering his Has on hand and la dally receiving a new and I)n. Lie P. HurrMAM Mm. Font. Fox Bouditt will sneak In Stan Memorial Church, Louisville, was laid last Monday, Wm. Randies and Mis wife and sentenced three times to be hang beautiful lino ol Millinery flood of every descripnone Maggie Stewart were married last Wedoea-da- ed, ha been granted another stay of execu tion, which ahe will tell at ths lowest possible to Cincinnati. ford, Monday, June tth (County Court this week, with much ceremony. The new tnariln. Thanklul for at patronage, ahe aika a Will make the present seaMrs. Dn. U. V. nitoNACnn ia visiting day), Mr. Hill i Inrited to be present and building is on tion from June 8th to the 291h. continuance, knowing that she can please the most the site of the beautiful son at my atable, on the fastidious. In Crab Orchard thl week. The rain raised the creek Tuesday dlride time. Cap t. Jerry Morton, of Lexington, ex- old Danville pike, 4 miles Mrs. Mollie Myers e sn lo found, ss usual, at the trucluro which ws completed In 1878 from. Lancaster, at ftlO. head of the Mantu Department, ready to Mim Katie Wiiitk arrive heme Description Fancy lloy I Hello. Lancaster and Stanford will be and waa burned in May 1831 Mr. L. L. night to such an extent a to prerent ma- Governor Thomas P. Porter, of Versailles, servo thoso who may Making her. 140-rail on arnihogony bay, 7 yeara Wednetday from a visit Houtb. from attending Ihe decoration of Fed- and James B. McCreary, of Richconnected by telephone within a week. Warren, for whom it wa named, contribu- ny old this Bpr Ins, IS'-- ; hsnds MtviU Jrisxir IIuckakan and 8allle Mr. Ueorge D. eral grare at the Mill Springs battle mond, are mentioned a probable candidhigh, sired by Ingram's Wearen I putting up tbe ted $70,000 to it erection. FsncrBoyand he by tbe AMEltlCAN Flsb, of Crab Orcbinl, were here jester-di- line and l pushing It rapidly. ate to succeed Judge B. F. Buckner, reCabbie borse.and baa prov Cincinnati Cattle are quiet at 2 to field, which look place Wednesday, en hlruaeif to be a good breeder. I will alao aland James Matthews, charged with the signed. 3 for common; fair to medium 3Jtn-lj- ; The magliirate will fix the county lery good to extra butcher G to CJ; common to murder of Bud Allen, wa brought before Uj a new order of the l'oatoluce De Mim I.uclla IIkiout hii returned from a lengthy visit to frletu'i In Mem-pb- l. next Monday. It ia not likely that it will choice shippers, 4 to G; atockers and Judge Tartar, Tuesday, for trial on a writ partment, Postmasters are only required to Ol" IConttiolcy. be raised from the figure of this year, 20c seven day before rending habea corptu to secure bail, but the trial hold letter OEECUF.R, 5 years old August 20, 1881 handa feeders, 1 to &. Hog are dragging and of Upon solicitation I bsve accepted the agency lor high, half brother to I'rlnce, Will sen Si maree at r Office. Hereto- Uncoln and them to the was Kstponed until Wednesday, June G. Mm. VtiuilNtA Tiiueiikaiit rctiuned on the $100 and $1 50 per poll. Uarrard counties of this moat praiseto Insures colt lour months old. JIM PO lower. Selected butcher and heavy ship worthy dark Iron gray Jsck, l hsnds and will The negroes hare been raiding the fore the law required them to be kept thir- object and A.perfectly reliable Institution, the from Kanu Wednendiy, after an absence ofthe M. A. Society being "lo provide serve mztn st $ti to insure a colt four months old. J T. lUiinig ia just bsck from the city per 7 to 7 30; fair packers CJ to 7 10; comwood-pilty day. financial aid to the widows, orphans, belrs. lega- ah mares inuim iieroretne fact Is ascertained of a year. and smoke-hous0 to CJ. Sheep are in demand at 3 and can furnish the citizens of Stanford mon, tees snd saalgna one of ail At Hedges, on the C. A O. Railroad should healtste of iladtccased lueiobera." No will stock Ihe season. The progeny season. the above of some of our northern friends to such in Mime Julia Whkat and Alice Poj-e- , ta secure membership. It will be responsible lor the with all kind of fruits, regetables, bread to 5. Limb are stronger and bring C) In Kentucky, a brakemm of a night afford me pleasure lo give full Information to thoso WH, UUllllLi:. extent that they hare not a much lore for of Prrytlllf, are guests of Mr. J. A. for common to 8 per lb. for best. desiring It and circulars showing the object ol the and cake. All good and first clasi. darkey a they freight train, who wa sent forward to flag (Society, nsuics of th e officers, Ac. Carenter. The Charleston Xevt put in print the the poor, v. ii. ltocit r,sTr.it, an express, went to sleep and a collision A coitlk of darkies, George Salter and onco had. HtV. V. T. IlowuNit, of Harrcdi. 0 awful suspicion that the sermon Stanford, Ky. ol Rer. injuring the fireman and engiJames A. McGee, the popular teller of occurred, burK, I spending a few dy wild Iter. II. Tim Hayden got to scuttling yesterday Spurgeon, printed in an association of pawhen the latter threw the former in audi a neer on the express seriously, and wrecking TbouMHdiofgraTfs are 0. Morrison. per a by cable, were sent in advance by the National Bank, rejoice in the adrrnt DDuallf robbed ofthtMr Old Uncle IIiuiiikck Withers it position a to break hi leg below the knee. null. The A'art give two reason for this of a fine son to cheer hi heart the lonely the train. victims, Hfet prolonged, liappIncMfind ntraltb re-- ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6TH, Mary Anderson had a good send-of- f midnight hour and relievo the monotonvery III and a he U in hi 83d year doubt Foil by P. W. Ixigan, a dreadful imputation. First, there wa no Wednesday at New York. When she ous dreaun of checks, draft and 1883, 1 will aell at siutlnn st my farm, adjoining of liNrecoeery arerirrinl. Thomas Hay Rake, Combined Mower and reason to send them by cable, n they Harris Station on the ltlchmnnd Ilrancb of the I. stepped from Ihe carriage lo the garg-phu- ik GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R1 Mn. PtWAniC. IIorrKH, of Cuvlug- A N. H. It. snd three miles Mouth e.t Uleln....i could a well Iw prepared In advance; and Reaper (Champion), two turning Plow, l, and ermanently on the lllg Hill turnpike, 17 his I of 1 hnrough-breleading from the Giiion Steamship Which positivelyby excesses ol sny eurea Our people have again Jietllloned for season ticket to ton, ha our thank for (caused kind,) a good one time a another. This four hhorrl Plows, gocd ait of wngon Har- are Catile. IIVd.'liexK, snd all diseases that follows another election on the local option ques- Company's pier, In tho Arizona, she was sequence of the Ijlonla Jockey Club meeting. sa low of energy, leuol ness, Wagon, Carl, and other arlirlr njcd statement is probably jealousy on the part greeted with the plaudit of more than memory, universal lassitude, pain In the back, 41 Cows & Heifers & 6 Bulls tion. The sentiment of all the beat of our Mil drown- II. linnet: ami Howard, by ihe of the Alrws fanner. dimness of vlalon, premature old age, and many citizen seems to bo decidedly opposed to a thousand people, who had assembled to other diseases that lead tu consumption and a left yeilrrdiy to visit relative in LAND, STOCK AND CROP nr"seml for clriulars wltli testi- Of the following families. Cypres, Wwjnne; TlIK removal of the old building ad- whisky selling In our midst and unless Ihe witness her departure for a European tour. monials free by mill. The MS Carlisle, ami will he alwent some-limI'K.'WK.ITWK J oung Msry; U Fhylllses, 2 White Hoses, IJ Jjidy joining the Commercial Hotel by Mr. Joe. la aold at fl erliox, oraix boxes for (9, br all Lllzabetbt;bCambrlas, 2 Ilright Eyes; 8 Adelaide,, I). Wearen hn engaged several whisky Mople use some extraordinary ef- She expects to Iw absent about two year. G"0. 3 Iruggiats, tent free by mall, The State Central Committee met at sealed, on or will Iw prlie, by sddretaing securely Araliellaa snd I Seventeen. and iiuallllea these fort, the trafic will lie voted out. Mlt V. II. Aniieiihon write frnm I., harria, leave hut one lot of the old croH of wheat at $1 er li'jsliel. receipt tl in Individual merit, color They all but two in town. That ia the several homes F.J. lllt-NE- Ohio. cattle sro hard to beat.Uen atalded red pampered Tom Robinson bought of T. M. Lib ia no The chicken farm near this place, es- Frankfort, Wednesday, and mapped out hi liilainc Harper, Kmui, tint 113 Adauisstrect, Toledo, roans, and hsve never or Sole agent for the United (States. In their Uvea, but have grown I'Jlmule fcr $12-- r In the tablished by Mr. B, C. Neat, has changed the campaign for the summer, which has large that fife men can not wait on the jnt below the Presbyterian church and lard a 2 year-oljr pastures winter and aumuer, and there Is neither Phil Nunnellcy bought of George brands ngaln, K. M. Porch selling it back to not is yet been made public. The Com who come to hi sn old cow, a barren cow nor a aby breeder among cuatoniera "tore. The their owner ought to replace them with at them. Tbey have all lieen bred, and moat of them Vaughn three mire mule colt at $S0. emigration to that town hi been Terr leaal pamthly fair looking buildings. Mr. Neat. I understand that it ia not mittee issues in address lo tbe democrats will drop their calves wllhln a few weeks alter tbe sale. A. T. Nunnelley hat purchased this proring a very profitable investment; tho of the State, urging them to increase acUrge. ' Hale will be positive TlIK new schedule, which will pu Into and without reserve snd season 35,000 pounds of wool at 12 to 25c. the enterprise ha not had a sufficient trial tivity a the result of the Kentucky elec will be held without regard lo the weather, as Juwir.Owai.KV pawed through town effect on the 4th, reverse the arriral of ample abetter will be provided. Four hundred and sheep to derelop what there may be in it, wheth tion will have an important influence upon Wednesday, en route to Hiiwell, where hi the dar malt train at thl nlsre. nr rather TaiMS.-S- ilx month' credit, with 6 per cent Interest. and fear of our adversaries. were killed by dog in Claik county last er low or gain. They hare about 1,000 the hope Court begin Monday, lie bear hi de- the train going to Knoxrille passe Lunch st 12 o'clock St. Sale commencing about year. We will print the addresain our next. feat In R philosophical manner and II 1'J chicken nearly ready for market. promptly at 1 o'clock I. M. l. and the one to Louisville about 1;30 tttrCatalogueacnt on application A Shelby county man ha sheared 100 eemlngly leu diiturbed about it than maMr. Maria Mays, of Lancaster, hag E. H. BURNSIDE, ia so. it will be the worst Never Cite Up. i: M. If thi Cor. L. 1'. Mom, Auctioneer. sheep with an avtrage of 20 pounds lo the been here several dar visiting her lister, ny of hi (upporler. arrangement ever inflicted on Stanford, a If jou are suffering with low anil depressed 23th sod June 1st. fleece Mrs. Morrow and Mrs. Scott, and Mrs. spirits, lost of sppetl te, ceneial debllllj, illaor- the entire mountain trade will be cut ofl. - Known LOCAL HATTERS. Woll The cold, damp weather has been very Newell. Mr. and Mr. Baumgartner, of dared blood, weak con atltutlon, headache, or any This Old We nlso learn that the accommodation Hotol Still Maintains its bad on tbe wheal, which promise poorly Mississippi, are visiting Mrs. A. Wolfe. disease of a Ulloua nature, bv all meant procures Package coflee 16 cent per lh. at II. C. train will lie taken off. The night express indeed. aurprlaod High Eoputation, of Bitten. You will alright'. Judge W. L. Brown, of London, ia here bottle lb Electric to aee rapid Improvement that will lollow; jou will leave Iouisvllle at7:10r M. ami reach -- AND Mr. Moberly, of Madison, sold to Ste getting acquainted with the people. I unwill ba Inspired with new life; strength sad acHalt at W. II. Higgin';! not exposed here about midnight. phen Walker, of Garrard, a yearling Rose derstand he ia seeking political honor in tivity will retnrn; pain and mlaery will cease, Its Proprietor to aun or rain. ii Determined that and heoceforth you will rejolcs In tho praise of In a conversation with a republican lea of Sharon hull for $250. it Shall be Second to no Country the State Senate from this district. We pay der he Informed us that it wa HlUNU ua your Iriah potatoes. Electric Bitters. Sold at SO cents a bottle by Pen Hotel in die State in its Fare, John S. Hughe bought of Mr. J. II. not likely Rer. Mr. Proctor, pastor of the Bap- ny A McAUstcr. Appointments, or Attencaah or trcde for them. H. C. ilright. that hi parly would put cut a candidate Shanks, a cow and call for $17 50 and 3 do, tist church, ha taken room at Mr. jlTsT?tion to Comfort of for the Legislature, neither would it rote of 8. II . Shanks, at $40 to $50. Lair's, on Main street. W. C. Owen and their Gneati. 5E1T AUTEBTISEBERT8. Call and examine my new ipring-bo- t Red bay stallion; 1C bands; foaled 1S7S, bred by sold to Mr. Johnson, of bride are visiting Ihe family of Mr. Sim solidly for Bobbin. He supposed though, A. M. Feland Cha. Dunn, btsnfVrd, Ky , sired by Messenger torn and alao the new patent box matlreaei. Chief, sire of Maud Messenger; record, that a msjoritr would go far him simply Casey, a ihoroughbred bull calf for $50 Hick. Mr. John Ingram his taken the nareage win be eoniejed to aid from Uedepot 2:2; Marvel, B. K. Wearen. record. 2 28; Abel A ! free of charge, special acrommodstloaa to because he opposed the democratic candid- and lis some 15 or 20 more of the same place of Mis Laura Rankins, a assistant trial, 2:21 ,',; (Jus, trial, to Commercial Travelers. Ths liar will ba ltens C, 2:20 gait at 3 yeara old, Mattle Mcl., J. W. Hayokn ha received a nice new ate, and not for any lore for Bobbitt, who sort to sell. alwsy aapplied with th choicest postmaster. Mis Mary Morrow, daughter 2.20 gait at 3 years old; Maggie htewart, 2 24 gal t st brands oT Lliiaora and Cigars. lot of Bprlng Clothing. Hudn't you better would change hi politic oflener tlun he 3 yesrs old, snd other promising one. 1st dam b'u. 200 cattle on the mar WiNCiiraTErt. appointed of Col. T. Z Morrow, wa at home thia The undenltjnsd building committee KlrVstllle, Iebyricntlnel,2.2'i,and theslreor Von Arnlru, A. II., at go and get a bargain of him? does hi shirt if he could make by it. Last ket Monday, selling from 5 to 6c, good de week on a brief visit. She ha been at- bx Madison Lodes Mo. !U, r'. contractor on Tues2 1SK; Annette, 2.25),; T A.2 2C; Young tfenll-ne- l, Ky., will tea sealed bids from 2.20; Vivandlere, 2.26, lllguon, .vlji; day, the Wlh of Juno, ISM, at W. 1. l'rmltt's and submitted to mand; mule from $120 to $128; hones$125, tending Bell Seminary at Danrillc, and t. year he waa a democrat, (Irand Sentinel, i.rtl, hrnlluel la fell At last Mill atreet Ii to hare a store. In Klrkullle, at 2 o'clock p. ., to let out brother lo Volunteer, the sire of St. Juliea, 2.1 Hi; contracta to build a I down and the action of the primary, now ho opposes etc. Large crowd, will graduate next month. nearly The curbing (lloater. Alley, 2:19; liojlns, 2,l'J)i; Driver, ,, , 2.1'J1,. tluoter. 2.20!4, Amy, the regular nominee, but as usually, and The Ibsnon merchant have bought Card hare been distributed inritlng MASONIO HALL with STORE-ROObrick will be laid next week. more In tbe 2.30 class. 2d dam Kilty lllver. th according to the eternal fitness of things, he 30,000 pouud of wool during the present guest to attend the marriage of Mr. W. record, 3.00, dam ot Uertle (III!, old record, 2.37, and the grandam ol Maud Mesaccording JuhT receired a lot of fine carriage and will get left. scaeon, (laying from 10 to 25 cent er B Hansford and Mis Kate C. Clark next bslow ball and cellar below record, 2.2Si. by Alexander'a senger, to plaoa, drawings and apeclrlcallona luads by C buggir, niuil to the Uwt that are made. Abdallah. the aire of (ioldsmlth Maid, 2:11, pound, according to grade and condition. uostvu marriages' Sunday crening, at 8 o'clock, at the Bap- stauoru. nrswinga aud specmcsiionicaa commuThorndale. 2.22'i; Alinout, Abdallah by calling at W. 1'. I'rewltl's store. The 2l,;Ac. 3d dam by ltrd Jacket, (aire Call and Me them. Geo. I). Wearen. Horse continue to lower the record. tist church, y Rer. Green Clay Smith. te reserva ttis right to reject any and all blda. i'ilot, Ac., of the Mr. Joseph Asher, of Garrard, and dam of Kentucky Wilkes, 2.21, and the graudaia CO. ClIlltdMA.V, of bo Bo. 2 17)4. and lied Wllki a. sire ol 1'hlIThomp-sow. l". rat: witt, We would be greatly obliged If all who Mis Kmcline, daughter of George Harris. At the Jockey Club course, in Louisville, The many friends of the couple will join record, 2:2;) by Comet; by B Her K.M. WALKEIt. Pearl Jennings won the mile tbe writer in the expression of good wishowe u for lubacrlplion will call at our of of thl county, were married yesterday. man Morgan. Ihe aire of Vermont lllaik Hawk lha J. II. EMUKY, dash In 1:131, the fastest time on record es for a long life of prosperity and unalaire of Klfiau Alleu and uiauy other Irottera. Ited 1S2-M.ll. CUY. (ice Monday (county court day) and fettle W. B. Peak anil A. Brop eloped from Jacket's dam waa sired by a to lilaik Roasary covered the loyed bliss. Mum Clark for the distance. an accomplishWe innat hare the money. Hawk. lh dam sn extra road mare brought from Richmond, Ky , with Misses Lucy and Ihe North by W. L. Vance, of Mercer county, and of a mile in 1:01, reducing ed young lady, daughter of Mrs. Clark, NewvHuiulsome of aaid to be of Meeugor blood, eienllnelaud Alexpostmaster Trr long cold aell I caualng the fruit Bettie Taylor, daughter twothecouples were the record a quarter of a second. ander's Abdallah are both by Hredyk's who recently moved into our midst from place, and the thagrsodslreof Maud S., line of the and ths I have opened a ery coiuprebenalT to fall in large quantities, but if puly half at that Ohio. Mr. Hansford I one of our promi- latest and handsomest sly lea of Having had thla Hotel sire of lie iter, 1.17!,, Nellie, 2 18; Orange Uirl, O. LINCOLN COWTX. remain on the tree we will stilt ham a married at Aberdeen, 2:20; Usulle, 2.21, Jay (lould, 2.iiK, aud Mothers nent citizen, harfng for sereral year been Coffey Saunders At Crb Orch with record of 2.S0 aud better. Messenger Chief SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY KGl'uriiishci Huston rillo. laigercrop than for year. wss tired by AbJalluu IMot.slreol flckard,2.18.; connected with the press, and conducted Hy Tiltykoni. ard, yestenhy, by Kid. J G. Llringaton, From basement to garret, Mcord, 2.M. 1st dam la And Itnlteall Ilia ladle to call and examine, lied Jim, to ot Pennctt Cloyd, Sr., and wife hare re the SumcTKt Citizen, He I now traveling whether thty buy or not. 1'ilce reasonable. PiurroN koii Balk. An elegant new Mr. Joseph Coffey and the handsome wid Intend to Ke.' It in u .Strictly bcoll'aTbomaa, 2lieu,by(leo, II Thou,as, tire tire 2 Mambrluo Messenger, i to , rirett-C'liihfor a Cincinnati wholesale dry good firm. Miss itur.r.K uvaitKs, latent alyle, hi been uaed only 0 ow, Mr. .Maggie 11. Saunders, were united turned home alter quite an extended trip Muuiicr, 2d dam by Mambrluo thief, ol Lcwluikl, 2 Next dour to lr. Ue '. lluUman'a oUlce. Htanford Ire of Lady Thoru, 2.1s',, Woodlord Mambrluo, And leare nothing unJoue that will add to the or 7 time. My children being it acl ool 1 in marriage. The ceremony was in the through the Wct and South. He was UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. 2.21,, Mambrluo l'alcheu aud oilier-- . 3d djui l.r Imp. Napoleon, Kngllsh Hunter, Ac. Abdallah ua for It. Will nell It cheap. T. Christian church, which waa lieaiilllnlly delighted with hi trip and much pleased hire no COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. Messenger will make the season of ISa3 at C'liaa, Managed by John B. fish. T. Darlm. Dunn's, 2k mile Irom btauford, on Itiuli tlrsuih decorated for the occasion, and the couple with tho country until ho csme to the A Lancaster has 5 inmate who are waiting Our jail like special attention to track of the late disastrous We will now Stke.l mile from Htsufoid Danville pits, at 110and wa attended by the following persons: ho wa Iroui Lancaster A Hon. J. Piiootou Knott, to for Circuit Court. a Mare In I'oal Money due ss soon Insure Are ofilrcd for Mis Minnie Kdiulaton and Mr. Jas. Swnpe; cyclone iu Mississippi; Immediately after to delirer the annual addre Mares that have public a the tact la ascertained. John W. Brown, the Auditor' agent. rOUHTOJt aiUIN"lIN3.records of 2 3U or belter, or such ss hate produced SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS the Female College, of thi place, will be Mia Kittle Iltggim and Rev. J. R. James; viewing which, he concluded that there Hold about CO tract of land for taxe last Wa I roiulsn to glue satisfaction, and when desired trotters with record ui VW or better, may be brad will rim Patent Flour Tor Wheat. Can make T luitronltfl me, as I have every conveuleiicsurh W. R. W. Miss Maggie Kgbcrt ami Mr. T. B. Carson; wa no place like home. free ol ihsrce. Address unable to attend, owing to pressing r. aAJin.r. uuiuia, jc, lor tuelruso. either hulled or unboiled meal, lion WIIiIjIBQ. DUNN, Born on the 2Blh to Ihe wifo of Aug- - Monday, Mis Mary Jones and Mr. John Ballard lto--t MrAI.INa'KK A NAM.IIK. nisuioru, uuouiu u.. gr. Tho church house of thl place I to nice dinner at Mr. Dillion'i, Mr. den Bridgewatcr, n 9 lb. ion. After n Baggage Transferred to and from have a new roof. The shingles hive been It nkvkii rain but it oiirn. The Ope- and Mrs. Coffey, with Mr. Carson and Mis Major Jones sold Rifle A McCormack the Depot free of charge. For Sale! and H. II Thouipton engaged to Blue-Gra- ss ra Home being engaged by Mr. Trueheart I'Muiiaton, left for a trip to Cincinnati, 15 head 1,000 lb. 2 year-olsteers at 5 cts., purchased Hive me a call. W, II. D. a mare In foal, W.N. aVKlN't'lN. fur next week, a panorama show and llllnd put them on. heifer at same price R, will remain serernl day. Mr. and 0 2 year-olor 371 Acres where they my I oder lor J .inns Maret ha begun Ibe erection of ofexielleut aide, privately, withfarmlarge brkk and Tom uiuat also want it, Prerlously the laud, a Colley hi been n good long time choslng a McAnlnch bought ol Ride A McCormack ten ruoiua, hi chair factory. He has put down a alone frameofteudtmo louihinoi, in I'reachtrsillla iiuni establishment hadn't been open lor two pik lulls the new Manfurd A bride, but he got a pretty one at last and a nice lot ot fat cow at u cent. YViu, watir In montha. , Pair bought of Geo. Camden a small lot of foundation and ha the lumber hauled for New on hard, Irrsh and luedlral lutludloga neat Impriiveineiilattrsl-rlasacould all'ord to wait. Our lest wishes at ..... 1.. . . body of the building. He will also add a leiiaill. llUUmfc JU Kress, mi.. arips, pun .Nii.iitfi .11.i.tmsi rough yearling at 3 to I cent. Thk Merry llachelor of Htanford are tend them a Iburcb and labia, 'llnilr auuud-u- t. making big prcpiraton for a hop In the Nearly 200 car of live Block, slaves, gristmill lo the work. noar by, and tha neighborhood uiulcvllrd DEATHS lor aatu. la There in no announced candidatu for It Is not olteu lhatauili Opera House Friday night, June 8th. Unbark and lumber have lieen shipped Address me at Mtaiiford, Ky or 'tills Never f lis 1 niro Fstsr and Ages, Istsrmlttsnt Fevsr, Dumb Ague, Dyipsptts, Utr -- Mr. John Weslev Holltclaw, an old from our depot thl mouth, almost all of the Legislature In this district a yet. Q. i all oniwritct the farm ui at Price' Hand, of Danrillc, ha beeu engagCompttint, Indigsttisa, Colio and Flua. It wilt Cure Cetbisasis. It ia A talo MHH. NVKAII t'OOK W. MrCiure aud Jack Adams, Jr., are spo yesterday of which wt wagoned through our (dace. ed and nothing will ho left undone to nuke citizen of thi riclnlly, died AiUraliv and Tonic a mild and Delightful laslgsrant (or Dslicst Warns, a powerful rccupe-ruM J. Cook general debility, aged 73. He wa an up alter tho (nine ha Uvu debilitated and roducvd by sitkucu, au excellent appetizer, men of Middleburg ken of by the democrats, and l( the erent of the season. The lire bualni-sSUCCESS. right, honest and Industrious nun and hare concluded to connect themselves with and Guard Mulllni by the republican. Ciios toue lo tho dlgt til vu organs, prv,euta Malaria, Umcv up the system, strengthen the portal circulation aud chars the wbolo animal economy from tho seeds of disease. Tho slightest THK KAMDllThe Programme for the College Com- goes to the reward of a Neither ef these gentlemen seem anxious t life. u by bullJlug a telephone lino lo connect attack ot (over may be a prelude to tho worst, and the remedy that would conrjuerlt whilst It mencement exercise Includes a uaual a to become a candldato for their respective with ours at Jasper' store. It is likely the la yet In Its comuimceineut, insy he o( no valuo when It U at It full development, ilrtlca-larlDEERING TWINE BINDER. RELIGIOUS. sermon, which will be preached at the parties. thK the cuso vilth .raous around whom tbe pestiferous Influence o( Malaria cltoga la work will commence at once. -- Col. 8. M. Burdett I iu town this Ilt next Sunday at 11. On WedThe Stale Baptist Association the lonuol Dumb Chills, Brow Ague, Pslsful Splssi, sad Wssk Stomsch. Bluipllcltv Itailf wbn compared with sll olbcr week, L, 8. Jones, of Louisville, is at J. J. BOUE COUNTT. For lha Cure u( all tbe above Illtrasra this preparation stand unrivaled, md it good nesday night following, the Annual Con- meet uext year at Glasgow. bludtr. For th ksuou ot la3 lh muet raill-rn- l and itfrmsnc nt tnts are attested by tliouunds, and II is recommcndevl alike by tho ablest William'. P. U. McClary, of Harbours-rllle- , There are fifty Methodist churches In tsutl siilaniiecil liiipruseiueiitK hai cert will be giren, which will Introduce Danrille. medical nun uud the uiluUlry is visiting here. He is on hi way to beeuuiads. riiiu pine laltu outoi iu characteristic music of different nature, Washington, with 12,908 communicant Noidju Three KUrluir remorsl Woodcock A Harris shipped to Boston THY IT, all ou that are utlllctcd, snd be convinced o( IU wouduful povier and beuefl-tu- l Every motion positive. Sa mauc lo where he expect to spend the get out order Nouior expert. Auy ou waulthe young ladies appearing In tbe coatumea and 11,2(1 Sabbath school pupils. on Wednesday from Lebanon 20,000 lb. Colorado, of auiuuier, for hi health. II, H. Fish and ing binder should callou th Deerlng Agut ud At a church festival In M(. Sterling, of wool. of the nation represented. The irgular luiDrovfuieu.theuTfiate-- that haa bcou Logan McKee waa nominated foi family, of Fountain Head, Teau , are at si this Commencement exercise occur next uight, the conteat for the possession of a handmad slue the Introduction ol twin binding Th l llevrlng Twine Hinder, nrsl iu Thursday. Mlaiea Btssl Bryant, Mildred some bonnet, that had been donated by Town Attorney by the republican commit Judge Johu M, Fish'. na always ueeu anna--i in improveweoia, simpliciAt a meeting of the democrats of Rock lor ty, durability, light diaft auj good work and Mamie Bryant are tbe grad- Mrs. D. 11 Simmons, resulttd in $197.60 tee on Tuesday night. Lewi sale by ALI.ilUtUlir A OUUKX.Ky The gravel of (be Federal dead bet castle county, held In Mt, Vernon, on Monuate. The Grit named will read the Salu- worth of bid. It seem there were a good btsolord, Heot-?i- a for Ml Deerlog Light Mowers A llsapers were decorated Wednesday by the grand day, May 28, 1883, on motion. P.N. Wil r.B.-A- lso Ss SIoAllsitcr. luiDg b's in that bouuet. Courier Jour. ITor Halo In reJtaiirord tatory, the Itat the Valedictory, Pit rait vrgelthle car-loa- d y at II. C HrJghl. J Hustonvillc Nat. Bank. -- Ill-lj- ai i lct rw 1 . HjT i Opera-Hous- Sow-de- r, ' . ji.h, Court-houa- d e HUKOJiON DJON'riHT, W. T. GREEN, Pri, straw-berrle- l5 Ice! Ice! Xcet Groceries, Hardware, Harness and Saddlery, WAOOIVW. MILLIWERY! M.OW8 lM-t- bi Fancy Boy! ct Mutual Aid Society TWO GOODJACKS. i Dead-lette- fin e e ts 133-1- 1 down-trodd- SHORTHORN SALE ROBBED KAI.E-Prirat- ely, money-changin- llljiu-sVnr- tl Uhort-hor- Prnnk-foltan- d 1 1 1 eye-aor- c d -l and-llt- ed MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. sixty-thre- e Propr and 1 Abdallah Messenger! '"ifnfrT -- TO BUILDERS Nisi-la- pare-uien- 8 .Av " ST.ASAPH HOTEL. . atore-roo- Hoaa-llod- n, three-quarte- r W. S. FRANCIS, er 1 s Millinery STANFORD, I - KY. llaiuble-luula- n, and ltelltted Ptia-ton- fs 25J-- TO THE PUBLIC tj blood-stain- ed (Joiumcrciiil Traveler d Farm d blue-gra- abun-dm- . Hhoul-bou- EDWARD WILDERS t? ... THE GREAT well-spen- H- r yl t r. leiro-iuce- l. STOMACH BITTERS y Fomiy r " i fr- MM i -- Mi jec1! a " ""J'' g" " -- isssc " ifrmMfittctkli 3!triir3wrwl Friday MoraiBg, -- Jane 1, 1883 turtxn MoriiKH. Th farmer Ml In bit eaty chair Between Ilia Are and Ibe lampllght'e glera HI fica wet ruddy and full and fair; HI three null Loji In lb chimney nook Conned tb line of picture book t III wife, U prld or hi bom and heart, titled lb Meenlt nd mad lb tart, UI.1 tb 11.1 nd tteepej tb tea. Deftly, wlflly , allcntly; Tired and wery, and falut, 8ba Lor Wer trial without complaint, like many another bouMbold taint Content an telfieh Ml abor In tb patient mlnlatry of lor. M' L tnt At but, between the cloo.li of amok That wreathed hU Up, lb liuaband tpoka, "Tner tate to ral and Infrert to pay And ef there abonld com a rainy day TwonM l mighty bandy, I'm bound to ay, V bar enmthln' put by. Tor foil mutt die. An' then' funeral bill, and grareatone to buy- Enough to aVamp a man purty nigh; Beeldet, tber' Edward and Dick and Jo To be prorlded for when w go, So, 't I waa you, 1U tell ya what I'd dut I'd Ik aarln' of wood aa ever I could litre Ire don't do any good; I'd b MTln' of eoap, ard Tln' of I'm, And tun up pome caodlea onoa In a while; I'd ralber be erarla' of coffee and tea, For augar I high, And all to buy, And rider I good enough drink for me; I'd been kind o' cartful about my clo'ea And lock out eharp how the money Ee Otwgawi U uncle, otter know ; Dttra trlmmln' 'S Ui ban of women. u I'd ell off tb beit of my cheese and honey, And egg la a good, nigh about, aa the mooy And t to tb carpet you wanted new I guett wa can make the old one d u ; And aa for tb waaber an' eewln' machine, Thein amootb-tongue- d agent, eo petty mean, You'd better get rid of 'em, (lick and clean. What do they know about women' work 7 Do they calkllaU women waa mad to tblrk I" Dick and Kdna'd and Hide Jo Bat In the corner In a row. Tbey raw the patltnt mother go Ou ceaaele errands to and fro; They taw that her form waa bent and thin. Her temple gray, ber cheeka aunk In ; They atw the quleer of lip and chin And tben-lta wrath be could not emotber, Ouupoke the youngeat, frallett brother: " You talk of aarln' wood and lie An' tea augur all the while, But you i tier talk of aarln' mother I " ! Ufl THE KEii OF THE WON SAFE To bo precise, it was on the night of Tuesday, tho 14th of March, that Mr. Milbourno disnipcnreil. It waa on tho morning of tho 15th that Mr. Callow called in Clarges street ; on tho lGth he was sent down to Mr. Netherston at Tor quay, who forthwith telegraphed that he would himself amvo in London on the 17th, bringing with him his duplicate key of the iron safe. Inspector Ferraby confessed to him self that ho was puzzled. Ho was careful not to confess as much to anybody elre, however. Indeed, he did not to maintain that he possessed a clow to the mystery, tho whilo he assumed an aspect of shrewd reserve and calm vigilance. Ho hod fairly taken up his abode in Great Grasshopper House. With tho presence of Mr. Netherston upon tho scene, and the production of his duplicate key, tho mystery of tho disappearance of Mr. Milbourno was solved, but in the most painful and appalling maimer. The strong room having been opened, tho body of tho missing solicitor was discovered in a huddled attitude upon tho iron floor. Apparently tho poor man had been thrust into the room with some violence. There was a wound upon his scalp whero his head had Btruck against one of tho iron shelves of tho safe. He had, perhaps, already taken up his hat and umbrella when the murderous assault was made upon him; at any rate, theso rested bo- side his body. It was possible, of courso, that they had been flung into the safe after him. "Murder," observed Mr. Ferraby, in a low tone, "if there ever was a lies-iU- te He oonMiler.thly behind lis timo. brought with him monay to sstisfy tho chim iniule by tho lawyers on lvelinlt of their client. It was later than 0 o'clock when ho reached thoofllco of the firm, but ho could not say how much Inter, C The It might havo been .ilerktt had left, npparontlr,lmt tho door were not rloied and tho gas wa. burning A gelitlemnu who in tho office. stated liimolf to 15 Mr. Milliourim caiuo from an inner room. The witness had never seen him Worn had navar hvforoctilcrcd OrentOniRshopper Homo, tie ei plained to Mr, Milbourno tho object of his visit His interviow scarcely liwtod llvo minutes. Tho interview ovor, tho matter of business concluded, ho had loft Mr, Millionrno at his desk. Could not say whether ho had or not, In going out, closed tho door of tho ofllco ltchind him. Had noticed tho largo iron safe--it wa. 0cn, and tho koy stood In tho lock, he thought, but was not sure. Ho had not ohscrrod any ono lurking about tho cntrauco to tho ofllco. All was very quiet. Did not rcmcmlier meeting any ono In tho passage. Did not miss his gloves immediately; thought, tit first, ho must havo left them in tho cab which conveyed him from the station to Great Qnisaliopiter House, ltecollected afterward thnt ho hod them on when ho entered tho lawyer's ofllco, but it was too late then to go bnck for thorn. Ho had left London tho following morning. Had not seen tho newspaper for some days. Directly ho had heard of tho murder ho hurried bnck to town to give evidence before tho Coroner. Ho hod only arHad now rived in town thnt morning. told tho court all ho knew. It was judged that Mr. Delmar had given his evidence very fairly. Ho had answered promptly every question put to him. An adjournment of tho inquiry was propositi, but tho Coroner thought thnt upon tho wholo they might as well terminate their labors and lenvo further proceedings to tho iolice. So the jury returned an open verdict. Largo Towards woro offered for tho arrest and conviction of tho murderer or murderers of Daniel Millourne, and it was understood tho police wcro most activo and indefatigable in tlioir endeavors to solve tho m.vstcry of tho crimo nnd to bring tho guilty to justice. No arrests were mode, howovcr, and people began to talk lightly of tho intelligence of out officers ot tho law, nnd to inquiro rather contemptuously concerning " tho theory of tho police." For soino time Mr. Kimbcr was unpleasantly conscious that ho was an object of suspicion. Turn which way he would, he siw, or fancied that ho taw, tho oyo of a policeman fixed upou him in a scrutinizing and distrustful manner. It was hard; for few men regret-to- d tho decease of his employer mora sincerely than did Mr. lumber. Ho could only rely upon tho excellence ol , icspecta-bilityhis character, his and hope that iu time ho might live down the misgivings ou his account, oven of the polioe. It was diflereutwith Mr. Delmar. He, too, was under surveillance. Tho tall, thin figure of Inspector Ferraby follow ed him like his shadow. Cut ho hod not Mr. lumber's consolation. Mr. Delmar had no reserve of reputation to fall back uion. Ho turned upon tho officer ono day. "Look hero. I have had about enough of this. When are you going to let me alone? When is there to bo an end of hnlf-p.uit well-knou- u CAttiixx Rs lie wid, in 'tlifl dltswil'in .Mr. tvra unto ono-hnl- masts. step. Ills coming forward to rtoim his gloves nnd givo and hr did it wry rrll. Hut hr rttviwd lllllr money at Nrwionrkel thnt day, mid brmiKht no bank unto, to London. He wwit to thoollloe to Wg fur time, prol wbly. The temptation to Mimti'h Ihodidiniiored bill was toomnrh for him; ho jIol.lol Tlio murder resulted. A little moro evidence and the warrant might insiio. Kotntt months went by. It m now Clnixtmu. time ; a very cold Chrtilma, with the snow ujk)H tho roadways and roof nature's face all whito wilh tho cold and tho wind whistling nnd rowing round tho street corners with it sort of frnntio savagencss. Inicctor Ferraby was still active, though ho lookid Uuo aud pinched enough, for all tho closo buttoning-uof his heavy overcoat and tho thick muffling of hit neck am1 chin. Had tho time for action really come nt p IMmnr " It hftd tshen. i 1 1mltl last? murder." A stranger's gloves found in tho mur dered man's room! Tho inspector tied tho gloves up in paper and deposited them in his pocket. Ho mode an entry and otsomo length in his noto-boothen took to brooding a good deal over tho matter of tho murder, as though discovery could bo arrived at by a sort of incubative process. Tho murder mode a great stir. Tho newspapers found it an exciting theme There was, of course, an inquest. Thero had been a examination of tho body. Inspector Ferraby was called. In tho courso of his testimony ho produced tho gloves found in Mr. Milhouruo's room. He was obliged to confess, however, that ho had not sue ceeded iii tracing tho gloves to their nwuer. Tho case was enveloped in mystery. It was proosed thnt there should bo an iipcn verdict: Willful murder ugaiust tunie persou or persous post-morte- a voice was heard in the court: "Mr, Coroner, I request that my evidence may be heard. Those ylovea are mine. I identify thorn." There was considerable excitement, or what the newspapers call "sensation," in court. A gciitlemanly-lookiuyoung man stepped iuto tho well-drewt- uukuuwii. Suddenly witnesi-bo- x. His iiume, it appeared, was Ohurles Dt'lmur. Ho was not iu business. Ho xjBoMiud somu means of his own, and he coiifettred that ho made money on the turf. A bill of exchange accepted by him hud come into the )HMsessiou of a clliit of tho llrui of Netherston & Milbourno. lie hail failed to honor his acceptance, lie had leen threatened, therefore, with legal proceedings, that produced tho letter ho had received from tho firm. It informed him that u writ would Imi ioauod oguiiut him on tho 15th of March, To avoid this ho hurried up from Newmarket ou tho after-noo- n r of tho 14th, Ho was late in at tho oWco of Messrs. Nothcruton & Milbourno. for his train had been cull-itu- After n closo conferenco with' old Mr. Netherston, Inspector Ferraby had sought tho authorities at Uoiid street. A warrant was issued for tho immediato apprehension of Charles Delmar, charged with the murder of Daniel Mitliourno. There waa great excitement iu tho little street iu Bloomsbu y ; not only of tho apienrance upon tho scene d of Insctor Ferraby iu a CAb by two policemen, but n cry of alarm had nrisen from ono of tho houses With in tho street a lodging-house- . one accord all the windows in tho neighborhood seemed to be iluugopeii, regardless of tho bitterly-bleaweather, and clusters of head, young nnd old, tidy and untidy, forthwith protruded. " What's tho mutUr ? " ioplo asked, their teeth chattering iu the cold. Some ono answered: "Well, they do say as ono ot Mrs. Grimstou's lodgers, tho gentleman in tho back attic, has gone and shot himself." "Am I too lato ?" mnrmmed Insiector Ferraby, ns ho mounted tho stairs. d It was a room, with tottered walls and an uneven, creaking floor. Tho light enwind tered through tho dow, fell upon tho bed, and upon tho body of Charles Delmar stretched across it. A pistol had fallen on tho floor Tho f.vco was a pool of blood. scarcelydisflgured.but there was a email, dark wound, through which tho bullet had passed, in tho center of tho foreDeath, it was plain, had Ixt'U head. Ho was half uudressed; instantaneous. his cheeks were hollow, and thero were deep lines about his whito lips, but he looked very haudsomo still. HU foco hail even gained in refinement of expression. " Such n nice gentleman as ho was," sobbed Mrs. Grimston; "so pleasant-spoke- n always, and so liberal with his money so long as he had auy." "Don't cry," said tho iusjiector. "I shall never get such another lodger, though I must say that, if ha was obligated to kill hisself, I wish as he'd done it anywhere else It's so unsettling in a lodging houso, and bo hard upon a landlady at Christmas timo, too, of all others. But what's Christmas timo to For the him now, poor gentleman? matter o that, what's Christmas timo to a good many others that's almost as poor and pale and cold and dead as ho is, poor dear? " And sho burst into tears. this?" " When tho murderer of Daniel MilTho inspector was oying tho floor inbourno is discovered," said tho inspect- quisitively. Presently ho stooped, and sucor. with the help of a largo clap-kuif- e " Give n dog a bod namo aud hang ceeded in raising a portiou of ono of tho him. You want to hang mo, I sup- boards. Ho found ljcneath it a rusty pose?" ring, llo examined it carefully, and want to hang tho murderer of Dan- observed as ho thrust it into his pocket: iel Milbourno." "Beyond n doubt, the Key of that Iron know I'm a bad character; that my kind of lifo isn't considered respectA U.laK 1SSVLT. able. People think because a man bets It doesn't always do to credit people ho needs must bo a rogue ; that all aro with Tho other duy black sheep who go ou tho turf. But, one of our " rising young pianists " was like eomo one else, wo uro not so black giving his opinion of tho vulgarity and as we are painted. I'm a mau of good meanness displaced by our goldfish family, I'd havo you know. My father " Why," said he, "for instance, waa a clergyman. I received a univers- not long ago I was invited to attend n ity education. I've lived like a gentle-ma- mnsicalo at tho houso of old Fullbags, though I do attend races ; and on Nob Hill. Of course I played a good now nnd then, I admit it, am terribly deal to entertain the company, nnd when down ou my luck." left old B., as ho shook hands, slipped " I know all this about you, mid moro, I my hand u 820 gold piece." " Why, into Mr. Delmar," said the inspector. old hog I" said tho tho "You jwrsist, theu, iu dogging my audience, indignantly, " What did you fooUteps, in haunting mo like a ghost?" do?" "Why, yon just bet I got oven must do my duty, Mr. Delmar," with him. I haughtily threw the money "Tho reword tempfciyou, I suppose. on tho floor and left, alter first exchangOld Netheistou, I hear, is very liberal ing tho coin for n couutoifeit twenty I with his money. He'd pay any amouut, happened to havo iu my pocket just they tell me, to discover tho party who then don't you boo?" "Capital Idea; was really guilty of tho murder." Ecrved tho old vulgarian light." " Yes, "Mr. Ni'therbton docs whnt ho it was a huge idea, but tho trouble was thinks his duty, aud I do what I think that his twenty turned out to bo a counmine." terfeit, too." ban Franalica J 'out. " Then I'm to see you whichever wny It Utl f.HS' ItKOUKTS. I go, urn I ? You're to follow mo w bother Samuel ltogors was not only n wealthy I go oust, west, uai th, or south uro you ? Well, I warn you; it's enough to mad- baukerand rural poet; ho had also a den a mau. You may try my patience keen ttonso of humor, and thero was too far. Aud home duy, when I look something iu tho (loudness of his ami tho dryuoss of his maimer round and find you following my footwhich seemed to givo additional point steps, 1 shall Iw tempted "Not to murder me, Mr, Delmar?" to Ills sarcasms. His dwelling was a As the iuspovtor spoke, ho seized the "cabinet of art," aud ho kept a model bachelor's household, his servants conyoung muii by tho arm. " No'suid Mr, Delmar, with a strange sisting of three men and ouo woman. When one died who had been a long laugh. " Not to murder you, Mr. d fiicnd only to give you in charge. As timo in his serviou u culled to oondolo with him ou tho r I said before, I warn you," Mr, loss ho hail sustained. " Well " exturned on his heel aud depaited. There was u eiuel aud wrathful express- claimed Ilogers, after listening for somu lie ui ot a deadly timo to his expressions of sympathy, ion on Ills face. pull ir, and hU blue eyes Hashed angrily. don't know that I feel his loss so very Tho inspvitor mused: "A violoiit much after all. For tho first evou years the-- secmini, of Melons habits of life, liuble to ho was an obliging servant; for fits of (motion, unscrupulous, iudiutive, ond seven yours an agreeable coinpau-iobut for tho last seven ho was a tyHu U ejpublo of any ctime. pitiless Ho ail no a revoUer. Ho would hure rannical master." shot mo theu if he had duiod, or the "By George I" exclaimed a French I'lmnco hud sremed favorable. I know man, "l'vo slept sixteen hours, I went tho man now, Ho did It," The iujctor walked ou ilawly, med- - to bod at 6 and got np at 8." nccoin-pnniek mcnuly-fur-nishesnow-patterelie-si- GApt Martin Van Bnren Uslos, win livonon rtfurru nonr Seville, Ohio, issoven f feet cloven and inches high, and weighs 478 pounds. Mrs. Bates in noven feet and cloven inches high and weighs 41:) pounds. It is a difficult matter to convoy an ndequato Idea of the proportions of such a dwelling as tho ono occupied by tho Ohio giants. A door thnt is six feet six inches high is n Urge-sireopening in tho sido of n houso that Is, n dwelling houso, not n cathedral. But tho doom in tho domiollo ot the Botes giants nro ton feet high, and tho knobs aro nearly as high as tho averngo man's head. Tho houso was built by CnpL, Bates in 1870, nnd is elegantly furnished. Iu tho main building on tho ground floor aro, besides tho spacious liftll, tho bedchamber ot tho giants, a sitting-rooand n parlor. Tho couch upon which tho big couplo sleep was mado expressly for them, aud it is n curiosity to look nt. It is cxtensivo enough to givo the- great people room to stretch in, and it looks as big as nn ordinary-sizefloor. It is really ten feet long, wida iu proportion, and about twice ns high as a common bed. Tho magnificent dresslng-cas- o is also n hugo affair, with a glass uinm it nearly as big as tho sido of n houso. In tho sitting-roois a piano of ordinary size itself, but it is mouutcd on blocks two feet high, so that tho instrument is away np iu tho air, out of tho reach of common folks. Thero aro two rocking-chair- s in this room that aro so big that tho reporter hod to climb np into oi.o of them tho namo as nu infant would clamber up into n " high chair." It is very expeusivo for the giants to live, ns they havo to pay such au exorbitant pnoo for everything thoy wear. For in stance, it costs tho Captain 830 a pair for boots. It Is a most astonishing sight to eomo across tho two giants out for a drive. City folks who havo socu tho ondorous wagons with wheels reaching to tho sec ond story of n houso, used to haul stonos weighing tons and tons, can form an idea ot tho vchiclo used. It is pulled by six stout Norman horses, and it is enough to make a man think ho has got 'cm, surj, to suddenly meet such a spectaclo on the road out in tho country. Passing wagons havo to let tho rails down and drivo into tho adjoining fields until tho giants d d Uil iinmnnniitiMiiami CHURCH rtlllKCiOHl. -- Ho Whiskey! DkownViIkon Bittkus Is one of the very few tonic medicines thnt arc not composed mostly of alcohol or whiskuy, thus hecomini; a fruitful source of intemperance by promoting a desire for rum. SurlntnJtnt (11IHIHTIAH.-VKrthl- Rtv. II. r Moirlton. i niT Jtumlay inomluj anJ mthteirert th thlnl irajr Mmlne a, M. tmr Tbnrltjr oltht. Kun.liT Hcbool at l.vi) lift II. ('. Morrlwn.HuprrlnttiKlMit. J. M Huc. l'atior. fettle V BArTIST.-llKanj lourtb mornlaf anJ ! after ol(bt, I'rajtr MMlIng tttrj noon, niinnar renvoi a. n. r. narrow METHODIST, POUTH Hun-ltjt- , We-ln- MfON4 Chicago uovvi:." &, Louisville, New Albany Railway. Cars! iiixii. Till: fl.Vf.V MNK UIIHNINII onHeronil Pnlncu Jar. I'rtublnf br Ir. J. W. Oni anl ruurm ixiM ititl. Pun.laT rirhotl AMD HOI.1I) TIIAINS at tit. Jo. HxTrrane, Kuporlritnltrit. ntlKSllYTKIUAN, HOUTII.-- K. I. H. Mrt. CHICAGO! TO I rtT, rator. nun.iar hciiooi at so. John w. LOUISVILLE Itut,riutirlninltnl. Union l'tartr MMllnfi-WMntfclar nljl.lt. Hrwut Hi.iiik. I'twnfrt Iroui tb Kaai or l A pbr tdt ronjtnrtll6a ? riillniau OPERA HOUSE. HTANFfilll. KV- .- N. It. K. arilt In lA.ultillle !' Iiraneli In llinato take the erenln( train ef the "Monon lloute" ttil I" through l tJrt'cnc.itlr, Crfinfurtlsilllrt lUfiijctlo nml Clilrngo wlllioiitflinnnr. -- TIMKTAHI.r . Brown's Iron Bitters is guaranteed to be a W. P. WALTON, Bit - Proprlotor, 11 OTATlOHn. Illr- 7 I 01 J OS " lraJTy. stimulant, nnd it will, in nearly every ense, take the place of all liquor, and at the same time absolutely kill the desire for whiskey and other cating beverages. intoxi- aa ataTt. trr Medlof rtatltjr, Inrla.lln jtlltrr, ItMtanabl rate lo (ool altractlona. AiMrra olStw, JOlM. Klfbt coniaUto atl ot Hon. COO. l.te. loulirllle. Arr. llreenrattl. it . " A .f..ii Chlrairo i Craafonliilll Stanford Female College. JSTANFOKI), KY. With fL. llll"! .II.-- - BKea..A eatllta Aatle miaa tSflaanf mw MIT lumr. mi vh.i vh WltrontlD. M1dbioU. Iowa, tar.toRll Aa IdIiq a..mL l..f..aikitllAM a.l.tttf t.. ee -A 7irurUan. ac roi luriurr luiuimiiivm wi' Ml'IIUAY KKl.LKIt.ll. I a-Uulttlll, Ky .l - 1 1 41pm Iltim a la J 01 pm am tot put II am 4 II pi aw M pnt I Rev. G.W. Rick, editor ot the Amtricm Christian says of Hrown's Iron Hitters: AV-vin- v, a Full Corps of Teachers, J 1 Tblt Intlltullon will open IU Tblrittalh Pton ontboM MooJajr la Dtnttmtor Deal. ALL THE nUANClIKH OK A Cln.,0.,Nov. 16.1SS1. Cents : The foolidi w ailing of vital force in buiinctt, pleasure, and vlcioui inJul gence of our people, mates )our preparation a necessity; and if applied, w ill save hundreds who resort to saloons for temporary recuperation. ImiTsvitLF cVNASHytUECHj THK GREAT THOnOUGHENCUSHCOURSE Arottufbt.M wtlla MUBIO. Through Trunk Line TUB liANOUAOEa. DIUW. INU AND PAINTINU. TERMS MODERATE, rtfuUr Department. lv, In Tuition, price rant fro. Ill to IM In th 1'rlmarr, I'M, InUrueJIal rrtparaloj-fttw.anUollitlate, IM. For full partltulart, at to Hoard, Ae .aJJreaa MKN. H. V. TIlilKIIKAKT, eUolurJ, Lincoln Co., has been thoroughly tested for dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness, weakness, debility, overwork, rheumatism, consumption, neuralgia, liver complaints, kidney troubles, &c, and it never fails to render speedy and Brown's Iron Bitters l'rlnrlll, tj. Without Change and wit. Speed SHORTEST QUICKEST IftOU LutKVIl Lt TO Tilt AND Mnki ROUTE HALL'S 13 ItECOMMEtTDED DY rHYSinAKt! SOUTH & WEST FuLliTiHii CARS NtVbtiuV, permanent relief Little luKk, Maalpeiatry. Atlanta, hataaeab, JukMatJIe, Mobile, and S'tw Urltaat. Wm'u!, BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Tatac (.'art Without Chtnt. CTTTST PTTBLIBHED. eobv. C1I1SRSB lIKtta. There nro two kiuds of Chinese boils, aud both arranged for a complete shutting in by nvans of hanging curtain and tnpostry. Tho expeusivo kind is liko a sort of cage, having a tl.it wooden roof, just tho xizo of tho bed proper, supported at a height of about eight feet from tho floor ou four corner pouts and twit intermediate ones. Theu there work is a sort of frieze or running tirouud horizontally, ubove and below, so that when yuu are iu bod you aro safely panned in a tort of cnge, and cannot possibly tumbh. out. The carving on theso letls is boiuctiuu-very rich, and they cost much ; but the ordinary and cheaper kind is mode ! two frames of wood, shnsl something liko tho skeleton of uu "settle," which nro stood up on tho floor, facing each other. A mattress is placed on tho prcjietiug parts of these frames, and a couplo of slight stick across tho top ; theu curtains aud hangings shut nil in, nnd inuko it look tit pretty us tho taste and money of the owner are able. Iusi le there is u cottou quilt laid ou tho lii.lll'css frnmo. The occupant of tho be.t lies ou this, having n little roll of ntull' for the head, and foi a covering u very thick cotton quilt. r GOD'SLOVE STORY To wblth ItaJJfU an tipotlllon of tha 1irJ't Prtyt r, and otbrr tenuous. ana Catarrh of th Naanl Catltf-Chroor of tho Cnr. Uloorntl.ei Catarrh INTeHNALLV,Cjnnd Throat. Irlo t.ikon th Blood acta OIRIOTLV upon hs Bratem. and It Muoouo Surfaooa of hoot Blood Purifier in tha WORLD, nnd l worth ALU that la charuotl for It, for THAT alono. nlo SHORT LINE TO THE EAST From Loalttllltla ralaceCart altbaalcbanf. im oi lth Crnlunftn i0o rcctlvt tpeclai low ralca. He Areola cl ll.lt t. mptnr for rtlrt. ronltt Ac .or mile .. i AiavHl. u. I o. I. A. m (it . PMIHRANTC IO homttoatb. s"emn Loulaellla. Kr. The Goipel According to St. Ruth, NAT BY GEORGE 0. VV. BARNES, tlHKK.tWOOU. "MOUNTAIN KVANOELIST." EDITKIi HV (ir.O. , O Ifrirrt F J CSrnrji,t I , 1 Ut i.k'.curo In lufonnlut J"l lltntlrtui tUt I LataI UMhl Hall I'aUrili t'urw li luu Terr ImJ uxt don't Lceltatn ta in.' UT MiAt It uulruif anyc.'if latarrliif Ultra Yimnlnilr, ... . Tvl-tarroi-trlr. iw-i- n And wa offer Ono Hundred Dollars tor nnjr Ono of Cntnrrh It will not Ciiro. WILL. CL'ltK ANV UAHl ORlctt of A T Btewibt C.l I'liiatou, 111 . Juno 4, laru. ( IKiam CURE rOlHCATARRH tiik iAuuirrai Don't Be Led Astray! Ily tb teullarly Henlnl lifillmi.lt of ilttl roiilte, which are liable loileeelte Ibe public. 1 be aborlrtt aa goMkral llaule frw t'tnrln nail el la Ibe 81 & MISSISSIPPI H. W. 10 WOHT1I ttlll A HOl'll.i:.' pp., (Uolli. tl K Vchrat. Ja.tMO, Hu-l- i . wrtlee I lata Iia-- J Hair Catarrh Ourainl Catarrh for r lt'7. "t furultbtJ mora II CluUofllor me. iiuMdr It wurllitluiOa buttle. with Tun luxation JoeaNiL at fl. font t ItyttiM t ail WAI.TOX, II". IT tttio -I" J I'll LSI--, i S l ItS-t- f Stanford, kr- - !iiufctiirr4au.la.4.lbT iuU I'rv'xlutora, IIJUIIHJ. OHIO. Frier, $1.50-:t- Untn Hours f. iinin;ii (MtU'Iimui. to St. Louis! Iloiiia ahea.1 of allot ber Hue. N 4 Fur ail In HlantiM .f lVnnj A MrAlltler. L Tailor Tralntla lulttllle, wllh Afflicted, Attention 3 Cat. Ktauttllle. hour In 2DallyTralnt wltb bacbtC(a Dally 1're t 4 4ltllf Titlnt.allb nnrbtni(of MMen(eia. rMiles, rart tr any ffl Dlt. GANN'S UEMEDIKS FOR THE MILLION. UANUFAITUHKI) I1Y of car. ! 21allyTralnaloCalro,T beura quicker Ibaa of cra. on W. K. OAKN, M. I)., 2 Hours 12 Daily Tralot lo New Orleaaa. cart from ClncinnalL No tbtnjtof IU,u- ,-, JS!KEU "to "I "I Ibtn by other llnca. Tb JT. It the Tb worM la flllfl with the woiklcrrul. brautl Trtlnt O. K Cincinnati only Una allb ! Dally from lo HI. Louli, uiakln direct ful anJ Intricate Intcntlont ol man, jet all the combined talent aoj aenlut thtl the eerlj baa tr- - cooneelloni In th Union Diot (at M. lialtlwlih Lllatourl Iacllle llallaay. Hi, Iju1, Iron Mountny thiol hit ! tr known with neter prulueed Iteninllet." tbtl can tain A Moull.ern lUllaay, Chlragu ct Alton Kail, MeJlcal compare "Dr. liaoo't Chlraico, llurlloctou A tklll anjacltnra hare, at yet, lalleil to dltcoter road, A HI. loult lUllroaJ; Uulncy lUllroad) Walaab, HL LoultA dlt- auy Iblng eiual to them, (ir lb cur of tb - 85.212,737 81 American Asseti, mey are rrrumioeuaeu. ai turn 1'aclllr ltalirua.1, lllawurl, Kantat A Tttat lull eatia lor wmcu t lrtor and uara ara l.ralted br tbouatndt tbrouah- - ay, Bt lultAHau Kranciiro Itallwty. out the lenflb anil breaJlb ol the land, and at Lones paid in 31 years 831,000,000.00 Btan.itrtl raiuiir Heuicinet, inty cannot itrorif Irapren Thii Upon Your Memory. in U. S. exceed celled, aniar fully uUUullate4 by tb Tb O. &i .M. I th only line by wblcb you ett iMUinooiaia. Cvntump. care Loula Couf hi, tJoMt, Croup, Solid, Prompt and Honorable. Pots Forlion, and all DUeaaraaol llroDcbltlt, anj Luujt, can fet throuU catrafrom Qoclnnatt loHI. money tare In addition to th Throat without aylug A XKirAXD VSKVVL HfMXTlUX. losses rtltliout (JO dajH discount. paid for llckai. Prof. Taylor, tho micriwcopi.it of tho Kortlcketa. rate, or anr Inloimatton, call on Uho Ohiiii'm CoiirIi Njriip. Ticket aceuttof conuectlnc line. Agi cultural Depiirtuuiiit, has perfected Doos the Leading American Business. -I- Nf I'leaa call at 119 Walnut at, 4 In.lljttlloo.Jtun-1- 1 For Liter Couplalot.Dyipcptla, Ice, Cunttlpatlon, Hour rlomach aul all lllllout PinninnntM WeatKourth iu, tlrahd lioltl, an invention which will Imj of great asIrlllUlllllltll (or Devt foolof allllltre!. 1'ollclet wrlllto fj Dlatate, sistance iu microscopical work. In seW. II. 8IIATTUC, W. W.I'EAIIODV, Utu'l 1'aueoitr At Ueu'l Manager, tauiin'H curing sections from animal tissues it is Cure. JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent. Vhu Cincinnati. necessary to freeze tho tissue in order to For Itbeuuttlim, NeunUla, Ppralnt, llrulte and J. D. 11 1 1.1, Acent, UUnon, Ky FIRST-CLAS- S COMPANIES 8IX OTHER Matlllu(-anilr- ual application fur manor secure perfect sections. Tho apparatus beat! at tb tain agtncr. Ilatra rntonable. Ml- called tho microtome, which is used for & GLOBE MONTICELLO. KY. li'ano'ie Pifu ridllSaa Lilly Two Hour Lee Tim ton Ibe cart, aoj loacbanra of ctra Insurance Company Ir. Ir. LUcr this purpose, is kept filled with ether, and the tissuo spread upon tho wax sur- Representative Newspaper of the South. face is hardened iuto it frozen state. OwTUB WEEKLY ing to tho rapidity with which tho other evaporates, tho freezing process frequent-ly requires an hour's timo, and theu does AN OttU AS OK Prof, not accomplish it satisfactorily. Taylor's invention consists in filling a tank with crushed ico ami salt, which is suspended above the microtome. Tho wuter from the incited ico runs down IMTOH-A-Ii aud fills tho spaces in thomierotomo and am KitKur or an outlet below allows tho water to run oil, so that, without uuy labor ou tho MONOPOLIES, OLIGARCHISM part of tho experimenter, tho cooling agent is kept constantly THE SPIRIT OP SUBSIDY I Tho tissuo is rapidly frozen, aud kept At ttnliuJM In iu this condition us long as may bo desired. 1Vwtnrfon Jteiiubllcan, Uho Dr. Giiiiu'H I.liiluiont. For l'llea, llemoriboMt, llurna, tlullar dlieaaet, Fltlula tnd all KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. -- ar I)ho Uho Courier Journal 3TOBOBS. For Freeh Cult, Ilurnt, Ulrrrt ana Oil Bone, Ir. Guiiii'h Pile Ointment. et ras ROUTE -- THE MOST UlailUULK T-O- Dr. Oiiiiu'h Itlttcr-NvrcOiiiliiienl. thick-skinne- Live Issues, Living Ideas UHoDr.tiniia'HNIuuiHch A lliUvnt duot, And decidedly Iba Popular Iloule, affonlloc, aa It CINCINNATI! lettcbaufeaand tuwrlor accomuodatloDa la "I Minouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, ItelltUe Tonic, Aptler and Mood 1'ullntr, and alto cure Dyiwala, lmllrttlon, Liter rtodlcal Tba Nortb, Norlbwettand Weat. In fact, If you (Viuplalnt, Malailal Fetert aud all contemplate a trip In any dilution, your Intereat Dltettee, Maiiufatturcdaud for aal by will be lett aertcui by purcbatlUK your ticket tla K. U and Cincinnati, i Train each way I; full 3wc. man 1'alace I'art; Llrgant Maw iMy Coachea, and A11 orJert htudaouiely furnltbej ltecllulng Cbalr Cara lorn Role proprietor, Montlrello, Ky. M-- ll by lu.lt will rivelro pioiupt alteutlon. tha uncqualed equlnweuta of tblt Did Mailable, thereby luaklug a trip oitr thla line one ol luu-ilo- ut cuiufort aud pltatur. 1 ry II. w. ic. x., E TINE TAM.K, rkiinil. Lie. tVitlniitoii.. Falmouth IN KI'IXOC DEC. SI, UU. Wo, a. No. 4. It 4 No.C. Tub process ot subdividing tho hugt plantations into smaller farms is going ou steadily in tho South. In Mississippi, for instance, thero wcro 42,810 plantations iu 1800, and tho average uumboi ot acres in each was 370. Ten years later thero wero 08,023 farms, tho averogt area of eaoh being 103 acres. In 188C tho number of fucnis was 70,205, averaging 185 acres each, Whilo tho area ol cultivated land is less thou it was in 1800, tho production ot cotton is nearly twioi ns great. That Thieving Tariff Kentucky's THE Itou.o roH Kast WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L Washington, Philadelphia H.Y. Tbaonly line ruuuiii l.te. Arr. Wlm Ertler JULrUerllu- Arr. Leilugluu... t'yntblana.... " I'aria Villain W a iu SO a u li IS p u !lo p u 10 (UUaui to II 1 ft oil 6 45 m Hoopla 10 p iu Vlapw p il 71 Hai no auperior aa a treat lainllf au4 lollllral worlJ. lit circulation I lu lb 3 Ir uiptr coun-tcnau- JtAXr TMXKH m, Attaint PULLMAN NEW SLEEl'INO CARS " Aahlaiid llunilmlou. Nuktii. Tl M p bi .. .. ... " Wo. S. Mo. 1. SO 01pm v a pn au .... p u II 8aau D o U p in II M put 7 SU p iu II put SO p ui II 10 au pu u lOOtpu 10 40 pu ii 43 00 4 Ho. ... . to" kind-hearte- Del-ma- raoM . 7 W a ui .......... Walterton. lililor-lo-CUIttr alwtjt l.tt, liliijlou. . 1 Id p u 7 U a m S It pw able, atrooz auJ brlKbt. Auionir tbo LoulHvllle, ('liit'liiiiitllniitl " l'ult S 00 p ui SUpu KM'fcCIAL FEATUKKH " Crnlblaua... lUKton, Jty., SMpu IU AraTelrirapble rJiwcltlt from all tb IfaJllif wlnlt Oliau OVaui " laliuuiitb 4 41 p ui IV a ui ATSput lu lb UulleJ bta!t uJ Europe, berlal auJ Bl.ort u 13 p m lloiaui dtipm Air. CVirlugton. . rllorlea, Taluiacv' rjeruon Ibe dtjr alUr dellrtrr lu llrouklu laUiuaile, Uarktt Iteporlt, rub-Io- n MAYWVIL1.1: UIVIHION. Autwtrtu Utttrt, Turf ami btuk lltna, uj Depart No, L CorrMluuJtnta' Department, liMtrf Ualngton ft pm. Arr. Maya till Ivpu This very heart mid root of sin is uu lueut lur CblMreu, Uu Home lu tb Cuuutrj Couuectlug In tame drjt with fut Irilm lor No. 10 ' MatttllleCtiUau, Utliigtun Uu No. II u I'ailt 0 W a m. llaytillle H 4.1w independent uud bullish spirit. Wo erect tbould Ltwllboul it, Tktn anr ollllral ntwipaptr In Ibe Boulb, aoJ la ictlltjVjr but faw In the UnlteJUtatet. II coo-taltacb week tba luott rouiiltia auuiiuarf of Ibanewtof tb worlJ. and It eJllorlal eoluinna A SOLID TRAIN I.x WASHINGTON CITY. (lltnrr I.ta. Iluulluntuu.. " Athland . Mt.hUrlluir ' Wlncbealer.. Arr. Islington u 1 IS I u II a am I'J llmi I ISuui a ft C SO 10 am am .... IRiu "I n; HVHSCUIl'TMOX TKUHHt tho idol self, uud not only wish others to worship it, but wo worship it ourDillr. ill a jrari HuaJar, 12 rear, Wwklr, The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dau alnil cop ou tear, II. JO: Kit cople, one jttr, selves. U.tu. Aller ailubotttre baa Imii aeut ut Ibe ville, Norfolk, JJ tluile tlub rtlttr can, tbioujboul tba lor ami- to desoeuding a lad- aulacrlptlon at our bwett tlub rale 11.10 onlj When it comes jearlr aubtcrlplloua. Vetllr aubtcrlptlon tblt rat. Our terut tor I der tho bravest of us generally back tau be ailttxl al II for alibi uoulbt; 7ft rent All Vlrgiuia and North Carolina tbao tar are l'oints. out. for alx luouluai 60 cent fur tbre uoulbt. It Kut A aauiple copj of Weekly For llrktlt and lurtbtr luforiuatlou, apply to free vf cbarx lor eiauifnatlou ou a plication. youruea.-et- l a llililollli. or tJJteu All diseases resulting from UUral imU couiiululou allovrci raurauera, tuj eulAI aeul tbeui free of charge. AiJrew nervous ucuiuir, uieiiiM ammj, urg- rJAHiM V.V.HHHV. W. N. liALUCAIAN. Uul. Witltru Akeul, tnn et mitrll Mn.l ilArtntrnnient m Co., Loulirllle, k'jr. fretUrut 310 VV. MhIu Nl UuI.iIIU, Kj V, W. NMITll, II, W. VULLKK, rttor. gee adrert!ement. For Ie by OfrBooratlo and tox a Tariff for Reyenue litu'l 1'aaa'f Ag't. Otu'l Uauwar, KlcbuionJ, Vlrlnl. Penny h McAUiter, No. W " Majttllle II IQjim " Utlnluu 84 nu jr, VvurUr-Juum- stlf-ahiit- No. ft ruua dtlly and baa day coaruia from to Watblngton, Pullman to Kana. wbt Kallt, W. Va. u. ltecllulog Cbalr Car to Lei. Ingtuii. Hlo only at ttalloua ou K. C. U.U, wberallm It gtieu, No, runt dally, eicept Hunday: baa Ibroogb toacbvalu lluuilugtoo, Nv. 4 runt dtlly, eaceplrJuuday, bat through coach to Ml. hlerllogand ptrlontr to Mtrtrill. No. ft runt dally, baa eligtutday coacb frou Waabtng. Ion. I'ullciau Hteeir frou Kauawba I'tlU aud Itilor cart 1oui Lealogiou lu Clncluaatl. Ouly ! Courier-Journ- al Ihrtealop. 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