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Semi - Hee 111 Iiifefti VOLUME X.-NUM- BBII 510. and red fire, nnd spilled powder blared up, and tho goat just looked nstoniih-oand looked ns though it was sorry so much good fodder was spoiled; hut when its hair began to burn, tho gont gavo ono snort, nnd went between pa ami tlio hiroJ girl liko it was shot out of n cannon, nnd it knocked pa over r a into tho conl bin, nnd tlio hired girl in among tho kindling wood, nnd tho crossed herself, nnd led tho catckisra; and tho coat jumped up on top of tho brick furnace, and they couldn't get him dowu. I heard tbo colouration, and went down and took pa by tho pants and wash-boilero-pconl-bin- STANFORD, MRS. PHIL THOMPSON And Her Story TALKS KYM TUESDAY, JUNE 5,1883. Imtfn NEW well-earne- d L 153 SERIES-NUMB- ER girei W. P. WALTON. T, H. WALTON. Editor anil Proprietor Butlnett Manager rlllif rubllnhrit Tuemtitu fjait annum. l lli--- about 0 o'clock I was taken ill and wo l'lf M ilon't will ilimpi In pm.nt of tub. -- A.T went back to the hotel. Wo tried tho n of if f Ipttoo, Mtrpl to mik chanc. door of Jessio Buckner's room, but . r ihrwt rnH. DomlntllMii not could not wako her. Mr. Davis said: 'Thero is somo odo in there. Como THE BAD BOY. Druggists nnd Booksellers, to my room nnd sit by the fire.' Tho mendation to tho formal indorsement porter says: "W511, how is (ho bahj ?" naked day was cold and it bad been snowing and authority of tho party. It be- Opora Whon tho correspondent called at House Block tlw grocery man of tho bad boy, as Stanford, Ky. tho slain man's Into homo ho was ush- during tho afternoon and night. I hooves, therefore, every democrat to , into tlio grocery smelling pulled him out of the baYwna and he accompanied Mr. Davis to his apart- see to it that tho prestige of democrat ered into tho library, whero wcro veryy"horsoy," and sat down on llio said ho would surrender, and plead seated Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Walter ment as entirely innocent of any ic victory is not impaired by a reduc chair with tho back gono, and looked guilty to being tho biggest fool in ma wrong. He turned up tho gas and tion in our hitherto Davis, Mrs. Latham, sister-in-laof very tired. Milwaukee. I pulled tho kindlin Mrs. Davis, and Mrs. Gov. Robinson, we chatted by the fire for perhaps an jorities, through the lukowarmness of "0, darn tho baby. Everybody wood off tho hired girl, and then sho hour. As God is my judge, Walter indiffcrenco of a single voter. Tho asks nra about tho liaby as though it got tuad, and said sho would milk that mother of tho fair young widow. It Davis was not guilty of any wrong. which results from an was a pitiful picture. Mrs. Davis Kaj rnlao. I don't pay no attention goat or tlio. O, that girl has got We had hard work tho second time to assured majority is apt to engender a to the dim thing, oxcent to notice the sand. Sho used to work in the glass contrasted strongly with Phil Thomp sons wire. 1 ho former is young and get into Jessie's room, but at last sho neglect of tho exercise of the high prefoolisliftees going on around tho house. factory. Well, sir, it was a sight fair. Sho is a typical brunetto. with got up and let mo in. The story that rogative of the elective franchise, and Say, I guess that baby will grow to be worth two shilling admission to sco a pair of beautiful black eyes and a I fell helpless on tho floor is a falso when once this becomes habitual, dan a fire engine The nurso coupled tho that hired girl get up on a step ladder I took ray jewelry off, put it ger to our dearest rights is imminent. sweet, innocent expression, which has hood. baby on to a section of rubber ho-- o to milk that coat, on ton of the fur- becomo intensified by tho sorrow and in my jewelry caio, placed it under the Our appeal therefore to the vigilant that runs down into a bottlo of milk, naco with pa sitting on a barrel of po pillow and went to bed. Jessio Buck exerciso of your right as voters is of tho past few weeks. Mrs. aud it begau to get up steam nnd tatoes, bossing tho job. They are go sufleriug Tbompinn has been a very handsome ncr didn't disturb herself at all on my made from the higher plane of duty pretty aoott tho milk began to dtsaji ing to fix a gang plank to get the woman, and a fow traces of her onco account. Early tho noxt morning I as citizons, as well as from the obligapear, just hko tho water does when a goat down ofl tho furnaco. Tho baby rcmarkablo loveliness still remain. took tho train for Harrodsburg, and tion which attaches to you ns members fire engiuo couples on to n hydrant. kicked on tho milk last night. Well, Tbo most casual observer would no chatted pleasantly with a number of of a party organization Pa calls tho baby 'Old Number Two.' they can run tho baby and goat to AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. tice that sho has prematurely nged, lady friends whom I met on tho route. with tho Union. The campaign which I am 'Number Ono," and if pa had a suit themsolvcs, 'causa I havo ro and tho history of her mnrried troub- This is tho story of the occurrence at lies before us, to closo on tho first hook and ladder truck, and a horso-ca- rt signed. Clair Hotel, and my husband Monday in August, is but tho precur les uro told in that counte- tho St. acd a firo gong, ho would im "I have gono into business. Don't nance. Tho two ser of tho broader and more important killed nn innocont man." women whoso lives agine that bo was chief engineer ot you smell anything that would lead "Do you think there was any one struggle in tbo Federal arena of next havo been wrecked by tho same horri tho fire department. But tho baby you to surmise that I had gone into bio tragedy, sat in opposite parts of in Jessio Buckner's room tho night of year. From the prominence which on this milk wagon milk, aud business? No drug storo this timo," kicks A.snph JSIock, tho occurrence at the St. Clair, Mrs. Kentucky enjoys iu the sisterhood of howls Hko a dog that's got lost. Tho and tlio boy got up nnd put his tho room, but when they addressed democratic States, and speaking as Thompson?" each other it was in tho friendliest and doctor told pa tho lcat thing ho could thumbs in thoarmholca of his vest,and "I most certainly do, and I know she will among the first, tho result of most sympathetic terms. Both la do wai to get a goat, but pa said since looked proud. Dealrea to rail attention to tbo I argo and Comprehend- -. Work r dies, and particularly Mrs. Thomp who it was, but I dare not roveal the our August election will bavo an im wo 'nitialcd htm into tho Masons with "O, I don't know as I smell any nor tan t influence upon tho hopes or CJroccrlrH, Provisions, CoiitVctioncrleH, Tobacco. Clgara, son, wcro taken unawares, and tho namo." Ac, tho goat ho wouldn't? hnvo a goat thing, except tho faint oder of a horso Mrs. Thompson spoke in the kind fears of our adversaries. We there nnuJlu)?1", ".Trf' .0 ",?. M," " 'PC","Jr "' "'"""" 0ooJ l Whoh.,1. latter seemed to understand that sho Bm.ll rrofl... around no how. Tho doctor told pa blanket. What you gono into any free ofehirge. had liccn entrapped bv her friends. est terms of Phil Thompson, Sr., and fore exhort every roan who calls him tho other kind of a goat, I think it way!1 and tho grocery mnn put tho and tho timo had como for her to tell his wife, whom sho said had over treat-oi- l self a democrat to do his wliolo duty, was a BamAiitha goat ho said, wouldn't wrapping paper under tho counter, her kindly, and always said they both in tlio campaign and at tho polls. kick with its head, nnd pn scut mo tip ami nut tlio retl chalk in Ins pocket. what sho know of tho distressing oc- didn't beliovo her guilty. Jessio Buck- Your committee will endeavor to fulinto tho l'olnck settlement to hco if I no the boy couldn't writo nny sign to currence at the St. Clair Hotel on tho ner and John Thompson sho declared fill all reasonable expectations in pro of ternouti and night of tho 28th of lost couldn't borrow a milk goat for a fuw hang up outside. Yet tho lady hesitated to wcro tho authors of tho trouble. "I moling success, and it asks, as it has weoks. I got a woman to lend us her "You hit tho first time. I havo ac- November. givo her version of tbo affair, nnd it feel sorry for Phil. I didn't want him a right to expect, the fullest goat till the baby got big enough to cepted n situation of teller iu a livery punished, but I desired that my fair tion of the candidates for oflico, the lo chow luff, for a dollar a week, nnd Unhid" saii?sr?Sr !oy, as ho searched was only obtained after n scries of namo should not bo sullied and an in- cat committees and tho rank and file paid a dollar in advance, and p.--i went around for tho barrel of cut sugar, questions, some of which she left unanswered. During tho interview, nocent man held guilty of a heinous of tho party in the canvass and at the Nice lot of Horses and Fine up in thu evening to help mo get the which had been removed. Turnouts. Rates reai lie innominate tarty snoko polls. which lasted for more than an hour, crime, gnat. Well, it was tho darndest "Teller in 11 livery stablol Well, sonable. in touching terms of her children, and Assured of this, wo look with every you oversee. There nas two that is a new ono on me. What is n Mrs. Davis nnd her mother would inparticularly her daughter Mattie, in hope to uu increased majority, both as goats so near nlikovou couldn't tell teller iu u livery stable?" and the terject interesting points which had school at Washington City. She show- a voto of confidence in the wisdom and not yet leen brought out. Mrs. T. which was tho goal mo leaned, nnd tho grocery man looked pleased, and Is wanted by mo. I will pay the highest market price. said that sho went with her husband ed tho reporter a letter from Mattie, virtue of tho democratic party and its other goat was tho chum of our goat, pointed the Ixty to a barrel of seven I also deal iu to Cincinnati on Monday, Nov. 27, dated May 27, in which sho told her principles, and as a forecast of the but it belonged to a Nirish woman. cent sugar. and they stopped at tho Burnet Houso. mama to write often, as she loved her doom which tho American people We got a bed cord hitched around the "Don't you know what a teller is so dearly nnd was so anxious to see have in store for the organization And can supply it in any quantity. Irish goat, aud that goat didn't recog in a livery stablo ? It is the same as Mr. Thompson wroto a noto to Jessie which has so long wielded the Federal Buckncr, requesting her to call at the her again. A. niie tho lease, and when wo tried to a teller in a bank. I havo to grease "My daughtor knows why I went power. Let the watchword of every jerk it along it rared right up, and tho harness, oil tho buggies, and cur hotel, which sho did and took supper to Washington to seo her father, and democrat in Kentucky be harmony, mada things real quick for pa. I ry nil tho horses, and when a man with them. Phil ordered his wife's vigilancoand victory. bsggage scut to the St. Clair Hotel, sho still stands by her mother." don't know what thero is about u goat conies in to hiro n horso I hnvo to go Sho would say nothing against her By the Committee. and before ho departed for Washingthat makes it get so spunky, but that down to tho saloon and tell the livery husband, whom she spoke of in the J. Stoddard Johnston, Chra. seemed to have a grudge against man. That's what a teller is. I liko ton his better half left with Jessio goat kindest manner, and thought he was H. T. Stanton, Secty. pa from tho first. If there was any the teller part of it, hut greasing har- Backner for her rooms at tho St. prompted to kill Walter Davis by bad -places on pa's manly form thut the ness is a little too rich for my blood, Clair. DEALEK8 IN- "There is something about your advisers. "On Tuesday morning Jessie and I goat did notexploro with its head, pa but (ho livery man says if I stick to it daughter," Mr. Wanghopsaid reflectwent shopping and met Walter Davis. As Told by the Heuo. Tho fol- ively; "there's something about your don't know wheio the places arc. O, I will bo governor somo day, 'cause Hosaid hoiad just come from lowing is an extract from a letter daughter" "Yes," said old Mr. it lammed him, and when I laded pa most all tho great men havo begun Miss Buckncr told him written from Texas by a young man Thistlepod, "there it; I had noticed got mad. I told him every man life taking caro of horses. It all de whero wo wero stopping, and invited formerly of Macon to a friend here: it myself. It comes every night at 8 ought to furnish his own goats, when ponds on my girl whether I stick or him to call. His card was sent up "The other night I went into a saloon o'clock, and it doesn't get away usual bo had a baby, and I let go of the not. If sho likes tho smell ot horses about lunch time, and when wo emerg- whero thero were eight cow boys who ropo and started off, aud pa said ho I shall bo a statesman, but if sho ob ly till about 11 o'clock. And somo ed from the dining-roo- m ho walked had just got in from a long drive. knew how it was, I wanted him to jects to it, aud sticks up her nose, I of theso evenings I am going to lift it to tbo parlor with us. Whilo wo wero Thoy crowded around mo and asked all the way from the front parlor to get killed. It wasn't that, but I saw shall not yearn to bo governor, at the there MiBs Buckncr excused herself to mo to set 'em up. Just out of politethe Irish woman that owned tho goat expenso of my girl. It beats nil, the side gate aud see what there is go down to tho drug store and get ness I set 'em up. When they got in it." coming around tho corner of tho, houso don't it that winimcti settloevcrygreat Kill OTl1 m TDrMk.. somo Apollouaris water, and wo went through thoy asked mo to set 'em up ATaCOS, with a cistern-pol- o. Just as pa wns question. Kvery body does every It takes a 'oroan five times aa long up to her room. Was thero harm any again, nnd I refused. They crowded getting tho goat out of tho gato tho thing to plcaso wiinmiu, and if they bed as it does a man. Salt, Limo, Comont, in that? Walter Davis nnd Iliad around mo, evidontly taking mo for a ter git in ter Elold Seeds, Flows and Farming goat got croiswaya of tho gato, and pa kick on anything that settles it. Hut She has ter cross de fiV a certain num Aiujuiuiuoau,. wan ana seo tno gonnino Hamilton Plow. known each other for years. His fam- sucker, aud swore thoy'd eat mo up. yanked, aud doubled tho goat right up I must go and umpiro that gnmo bo ber ob times, an' has ter fumhlo 'moug ily and ours wero on most intimato I stood my ground and told them if aud I thought ho had broko tho goat's twecn pa nnd the hired girl nnd the do lamp too low, terms. We trailed at his grocery,antl they would let tho barkeeper hold de quilts, turn down neck; and tho woman thought so too, goat. Say, can't you come over and an' den go back an1 turn it up too whenever I needed nny nionoy my their pistols I'd try 'cm a few rounds. for sho jabbed pa with tho cistern-polseo tho baby ? husband always told mo to go and get Then thoy took nut their weapons and high. A'oman walks mightr light just below tho bolt, and sho tried to when she's got shoos on, but when sho "Tnin't bigger than a small satch- it of Walter Davis. When Jessio re gave them to tho barkeeper, and in got a hold on pa's hair, but ho had el," and tho boy waited till tho groceoff an' walks, sho shakes do turned I was sitting at tho piano play- ten minutes I had whipped all eight of takes 'em her there No woman can got tho ry mnu wont to draw somo vinegar wliolo house, like n dog trottia' 'crocs ing. Presently n card came up for them. Thoy saw I wasn't to bo fooladvantsgo of pu that way, for ma has when ho slipped out aud put up a her, aud upon it was tho name of M. ed with and wo shook hands. Kvery a bridge. fArkansaw Traveler. tried it. Well, pa explained it to tho Bhinglo with white chalk, "yellow ATT. Threlkeld, of Harrodsburg, who time I meet a cow boy now ho takes When a lady living Chelsea sen t to woman, and sho lot pa ofl if ho would sand wanted for maplo sugar." Peek's wauted to seo Miss Buckner. The for a doctor, sho apologized Macon Telo London oil his hat to mo." pay her two dollars fordamngos to lh Sun. young woman looked nt it ami con fur asking him to como such n ilia goat, and ho paid jt; and then wo Prof. 0. A. Young, of Princeton, temptuously throw it nside, with tho tauco. "Don't speak of it," answered Beautiful act op Southern took the nanny-gouaud it went right cays: "Tho stars thnt nro visihlo to tho remark, 'I wish every striped pants tho M. D., "I happen to have another It is worthy of noto that the along with us, But I havu got my naked oyo number nlmtit 0,000, nnd galoot from Hat rodsburg wouldn't grave of tho only Federal buried in patient in tlio'neighhorhood, and can opinion of a baby that will drink there uro but about 1,000 others visi- como to I am tirboo Miss Buckncr. FOIL Forsyth Cemetery was not only re- thus kill two birds with nno stono," goat's milk. Uoshl It is liko this hlo in tho Southern hemisphere that ed of it nnd wont sco him.' Wnlter membered in tho decoration tho other A I.ako Shorn locomotive struck stud that comes in u Bpoilcd coconuut. do not como within tho rango of visDavis went down town with mo to day, but it had tnoro flowers than any Levi Hurst just as ho was in tho act Tho luby hasn't tlouo unything hut ion of peoplo in this Htato. Ily tho tolegrnph to my little daughter that I other gravo. A strauger iu a strange of taking a driuk from u whisky hot hlate, since tho nurso coupled it on to uso of nn opera glass, tho number ot wouldn't bo homo that night. Ho land, and at tho timo of his death an tie, while standing on the track. He tho goat hydrant. sturs visihlo is increased to about didn't tell mo thoio wns n 'wreck on enemy, his gravo received an abund- lodged mi tho pilot and rode in that I had to tako all my playthings out and tbo most powerful teleseopo tho road. My husband didn't tell mo ant floral tribute from tho hands of position to tlio next town, whero bis of tho basement, to keep tho goat brings to viow 50,000,000 or (iO.OOO,-00when I should go homo, but hoforo I Such as Oliver Plows, Meikle aud Avery Double Shovel, and the Briakley of those who wore bruises received attention. from eating thorn. I guess tho milk a number which, compared with left him ho gavo mo some money todo tho countrywomen Turning and Single and Double Shovel and e Harrow combined. Monroo (Ga.) Advertiser. tho gray. will tiuto of powder and singed hair, tho immensity of spaco, is not so very No farmer should be without it. piles i Plies i pues i my shopping. now. Tho goat got to eating somo very wonderful. Of theso sturs, Elder William Hlocum, a backwoods Wo'weitt to the Ht. Nicholas to Itrutlnu'n A fir J)lcuivru for Itomaii candles mo aud my chum ubout 000,000 nro mapped and loca get aomo Hocking-Valle- y preifcher, who dwells iu u log hut iu l'llru lit raJUal tbiifttuu Ike vM trunllra oysters ami returned to tho Iu uia. lie ltlxum U tli. mult ul had laid away iu tho coal-bi- u, and ted, and their number is being added hotel at 5 o'clock. I wastiotdruukand tlio charcoal district of Rhode Island, ul cira uf ull. nt chewed them around tho furnace, and to continually." . Tocxju. tho story of tho champaguo bottles is distinguished himself somo months ago lutu to. clirilr utllila I'.luful great uieril, rail vu 1'enuy & Me- the powdor leaked out nnd n coul fell by preaching his own funeral sermon tlora jou ul In A Georgia girl is engaged iu the au infamous lio. I hud on a dress with AlUtrr, HUufucJ, or W. M. Wtlwr. Ml. Vernon, out of tho furnHco on the hearth, uud in his coffin, after which tbo ami get a wiuU lot - ol rlllT(, task of eating four lurgo onions, 200 only two small pockets, and where slitting you'd a died to too pa and tho hired whole company, including himself, got green apples and two bottles of pickles could I carry wino in thorn? Walter A!xDlr 1'luuiuitr, of VluoiuOelJ, luJ , girl aud tho goat. You see, pa can't drunk and burned up a haystack near be rcgi'il Uiown'a tu rough a day. Her friends havo no fears that Davis had purchased three tickets for ! miMdr t hu (Ter uod. for lr I'euDjr A And tho Host Pump iu Tlio Murket, the MiiyllelHA- milk nothing but a milk wagon, and tho cabin. the thcatro that night for Miss Buck- u sho will fail in the undertaking. McAUittr, BUoforJ, mil W. M.WtUr, he got tho hired girl to milk tho goat; ncr, mo and himself but Jessio said resulting from Elovntor. as All f all to ga to ta uotliuol About Catarrh la the sted of comuuinllon, and and they was just hunting around the gr? die. with tbtdreadtvl dlKM,eeuuutUu, Tho unWvalod she had an engagement and didn't go. nervous debilltr, mental anxiety, unlets taken In time U a very Range Cook itovee, Step Stove, TinJewel riM IIIim basement for the goat, with a tin cup, of aplrlt ami functional derangement of lin)D'Eztorut bu cured diaeane. Hall's Catarrh Cure nerer fatla Shq offered no protest against my gobora trlftloa vbtretbe dlMu hi not Uta alware, Bird Cages, Barbed and Annealed Wire, whon tho went off. Well, to cure. Price 7fa Bold by Penny A MC' ing, but rather insisted upon it, and nerroua eritetn, cured by German Invlgo-rat- lowed to run U700J tbt control of uedlclna. Bold gee adrertltement. For sale by ij 1'aoor & McAU-tcSUslord, and W M. Web- Lime, Salt, Cement, Plaitc--r Paris, 4o. A getm al stock of there was balls of green, and blue, A liter, made the significant rotnnrk that she Pen nf A McAliiter. er, lit. Vernon, Woods, China tad Clan ware. l'or Bomo reason, Mrs. Phil Thompson has been kept from tho reach of nowspapor reporters, by tho threats of tho Thompson family, it is said, but a Louisvillo l'oil reporter by n little strategy, succeeded n fow days ago in getting from her own lips, her version of tho unfortunnto affair in Cincinna ti. Mrs. Thompson was found at tho houso of Mrs. Walter Davis whero tho intorview took place. Tho re- the lit Direct to Mitt BucXner. was a sound sleeper, anil It might bo hard to wako her when wo returned. I arranged my own toilet and Waller Davis called for mo and requested Miss Buckner logo with us, ns ho had a ticket for her, but sho persisted in her declination. I beliovo tho thcatro was Robinson's Opera-hous- e. But To Tht Democracy of Kentucky. Tho Stato Central Committco issues tho following address: "Tho State Central Committee, in dischargo ot tho trust confided to it by the lato convention, deems it appropriato to address to you a fow words rolativo to tho duties which devolve upon every member of tho organization. A State ticket has been presented for your support in tho recognized form, against no member of which aught can be said, thereby adding personal recom- WALL PAPER TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, ! M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S H. C. RUPLEY, MERCHANT TAILOlt, Stanford, Kentucky, Groceries, Provisions, &c., care-wor- C. BRIGHT,1 St. STANFORD, - - XV.9 EH. era' -- A.iTX) fotVMi SITIAIBIZilXSI! HARNESS SHOP. mis-tak- o wmqb mwrnm w CO Ala! T. N UtfiVEMaEY, Stanford, Ky. A. OWSLEY & SON, Hardware anJ Groceries, Glass ware, wieensware, liar-rodsbur- Wooden and Willowware, Stoves, Orates ana Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent uuu muiuj iiuui, aaiuus, f-' --- o:f:e.:r,.a. ihcottsie -- o block. HEADQUARTERS -- IjA-dii- t, H, HICGINS P W. Horso Shoo Nails, liuggy Shafts, Shelf Kardwaro, Iron, Spokes, 1100,-00- 0, Farming Implements, one-hors- 0, )- Straw Cutters, Improved iIIm-u- Corn Shelters, Evans' Corn Drills, Hand Corn biix-ttoran- !l Planters, MUV-ruo- te e, two-Ml- dan-tro- !' flre-wo- rka 1 irt-frt-ri- J X StiiMetklBSnltriirJInirwI STAir-Fcrnr)- , icy. Juno 6,1883 EDITOR Suit. Tuesday Morning, W. P. WALTON, " If" . whether even Mr.Sptirgeon could do this, And Dr. Parker has succeeded In this year In and year out. This single fact tells what a man he is. He never disapoinU the most extravagant expectation. How every thing stands on age in this ''Old England." Across the way Is a sign "Doggctt's Family Dairy; Established In 1770." What effect that magic date may exert over the purity of the milk of 1883, must be explained by an Englishman. At pensions, $12,000,000. The fire leading iron uillla of Cincin- that timo Shacklewcll village was miles nati, Newport and Covington, have closed, away in the country. Indeed, I had a vis not bco the least room at this late day the proprietor refuting to tign the scale itor last week, who assured me that thirty for Col. Jones to kick. II w time, if presented by tho workmen, lletween 4,000 years ago Shacklewell Lane was a teques tered walk between hedgerows, and be has people are left idle. ever, was while the oettvention was in and 5,000 newspaper In In often come down it to gather wild (lowers. There are forty-sisession, but his opportunity is past diana in favor of a renominatlon of the The Doggett of 1770 may have been cole and we are sorry to see him allow his old ticket of Tilden and Hendricks, and brtted for his milk and cheese. The dairy chagrin and disappointment to gel there i a report that Got. Hendricka haa of to day may be a good one too. Perhsi the pride of name may help to up Ho Mid he would again accept the tecond the character the Ihe dairy products.keep onaway with his calmer judgment. 1 of rlace. ly chronicle fact, without undertaking lo has always been a consistent and true General U. I', liuell died in Nashville, explain litem all clearly. Down Ihe cidemocrat and stands beforo the coun- Friday afternoon, from the eflects of a sur- ty, I pat almost daily Ihe old in palace of try as a raau without reproach. There gical operation, performed three weeka Kicliani ill, wliicli is carelully preserved banqueting hall, was a growing feeling among those aincp. combined with heart dictate. He in outline, though the old are served, is titin which modern lunclies una lira I cousin of General Don Carlo led up hy Us present proprietor with all waa who imagined that he was treated the appliances of an improved restaurant fairly, to press him the stronger for Buell. Many a man will lunch there Henry Jackson waa found dead at At- of the next U. S. Senatorahip, but if he tala, Ala., with a bullet In lilt brain and who would never have thought of it had it not been lor the naming sign Ilial tells evpersists in crying fraud and raising a four acca and a king in Ida band. The ery passer by what the spot once wa. Anrow, hois doomed forever politically. murderer, a man named McKamic, feeing other place not far from the Isst mentioned, Should ho run against tho nominee, Jackeon'ri hand, shot him and made oft lias the cabalistic sign or u. U. in many places. This does not signify Djctor of Di ho might reduce tho democratic ma- with the .taken. vinity, but "Dirty Dick," centuries ago a Fliabe Miller, of Lexington, ha been functionary of that name having an alejority, but ho and Morrow together found euilly of manslaughter, and will go feci! theriKit. The peculiarity of Ihe I write would not get near so many votea as to the penitentiary for thirteen jeara. She house onam told, is that the festooning cob- - There! you know my weakne-Mplace, I and as I did when visiting Longfellow ho would only havo the waa charged with being an accessory with welts oltlie ages are still carefully preserv- Ten ilroeck. for a horse will always be a Knott, and ed; old wine Is only sold by the bottle, and horse to me. Was not I born In Ken chagrin of seeing himself worso "set John Smith in the murder of Maria Smith, ono can, tell how "Dirty Dick" tucky? down" utwn than Jacob was in tho his wife. John Smith went to the peniten served his customers in the good old dirty We are all well. Praise the LORD I I uays of yore, is curious to know Ihe love Him better because I love his crea. Appellate Clerkship race. His only tiary for eighteen years. of decay is sedulously preserved, to turea. If a man love not a horse that he Frank Adam, the man who blew open chanco ot political preferment lies in and it the aafa of Redmon & Dawson, at New Ha- suit the antequarian demand, survive. must has seen, how can he love God whom be For lias not seen? Did not mv Father make a submission to the acts of tho consti ven, waa afterward arretted by Marshal pay well, or it would never after all, the almighty shilling is the same feet, as his two white tuted authorities, confident that if ho Hunter, was given a sentence of five year aa the "almighty dollar," and sellltt things that sorrel withrider? Aniwer hindyou who me well as bis fair final-l- o in the penitentiary. has been wronged, the right will He U held on three summarily here as elsewhere. And these cavil. I may not look at the woman loo places are scattered by the thousand mar prevail and his reward bo bestowed. other charge?, and will in all probability ancient iondon, giving sucn a charm to much without danzer. Rut Ithing at the all over of grace lovely horse. You beautiful serve the State for some time. one's walks over the great city aa one find and power! I shall back one handsomer We print on our first pago an honA double execution occurred at Ma- no where else on earth. In other places than vou one of these days, white aa snow. est, straightforward statement from con Ga Friday, which had the novel fea- these old places are ruins carefully pre fleeter than the wind, a sapphire pavement Mrs. Phil Thompson, as to what hap- ture of having a grand stand erected in served or neglected as the caso may b- e- for his ringing hoors. r.ver In Jesus, but here the old label is on a Hung lull of Geo. O. Haunts pened in Cincinnati on the night of front of the gallows. Reserved seats were modern lilo and activity. I like that bet$1 each, and the May- ter. I like not a ruin. It speaks of death sold in the stand at BOHE COUNTT. Nov. 28th, and its truth will Btriko or of the town haa levied the usual show and decay. Hut an old place raited from Oannlle. fair minded man with force. license ol $100 on the owner of the stand. the dead and still alive is pleasant to look every Mr. li. F. Phillips, of Louisville, baa upon. We have never believed her guilty of The "Bell Tavern" at EJmonlon. fa opened n wholesale liquor store in the His stock will the sin charged against her and but FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE mous for John Gilpin's break-nerride, is James Hall store-roostill a lainous tavern and will be to the end constat of pure whiskies and foreign and fur the venomous tongno of Jessie of the world It is so charming to see these domestic wines and brandies, to be sold rIlA.IS13 Buckner, Walter Davis would be alive dead things of buried centuries living only at wholesale. 102 SlIACKLEWELI. I.ANE, Miv Myra Warren, of Lnuisyille, U again. today and Phil Thompson would .London, E. May 17, '83 Dalston, I have spoken of the nimble ponies from visiting Misi Emma Weisegar. Hon F. have had no reason to resort to the Dear Interior: Hitwia, that T. Fox and wife, of Louisville, are at Wales and SuOolk and Fox's. Mr. Jas. Kinnaird and wife Marie and I enjoyed the privilege of swarm in and butcher and whitewashing of a court, that not havo taken rooms at Mr. Win, S. Down-ton'for him from taking lea with Dr. Parker, at Highbury poulterer and full carts, Ihe city over; and only expressed sympathy They will remain during Ihe sumthe monstrous creatures from Ihe Clyde the bench, but ruled in his favor and Park, thin evening. I count it ono of my and Yorkshire and Normandy, that drag mer. Rev. Thos. L. Anderson, of Frankfort, chief London joya that I have been per prodigious the againat the Commonwealth on every mitted to ait at his feet many times to hear slowly about the collieries. loads ofcon preached at the Christian church, Hunday, breweries and the Greater important point Surely Mrs. Thomp- the "good tidings of great joy." Dr. Par- trasts could scarcely be Imagined than that in place ol Rev. S. W. Crutcher, who had to North Middletown to deliver the son's testimony was as relevant as ker is the preacher of London, and knows a existing between vehicles and motive dpow- cone Laccalaureate sermon to the graduates of broad-tireer, as past a great College there. Communion John B. Thompson's, yet the judgo sweeter gospel than any other minister In thundering van, with Its two or four or six the trips the rat- - seivices at the 1st Presbyterian church allowed the ono and refused tho other. this great metropolis, if I know what the great lumps of horse-flesSundav. butcher'a2-wheel- or tlinir The letter of Mrs. Walter Davis re- gospel is. The occasion of our visit was ed vehicle drawn by athe Nothing completes the adornment of brisk pony scarcely an invitation given fiom the pulpit at his cently published and Mrs. Thompson's larger than a hhelland, but lleet or foot and an otherwise tastefully dressed ladv an regular Thursday noon service, to minismuch aa a becoming bat or bonr.et; and deof his own, so statement havo revived public inter- ters and their wive who would like to call with a will"Whisker," of graphically the "Curiosity there is no place in Central Kentuckv scribed in est in the dreadful aflair and the news- between 1 and G o'clock for a social reun Shoo." br that master sketcber of London where the display of such goods is surpass ma James ed by that ol A. is. lioberlson life, papers and peoplo are moro outspoken ion. It is a sort of May reception that he ery Charles Dickens. I see "Wblsker"ev- - Hall establishment, up stairs.ai Mr. R)b day a hundred times. as to the murder than before. Wo has kept up for years. Finding, upon in Uut there is a finer phase of horse flesh erlson's sister, Mrs. Dunlap, a lady of rare ciuiry, that strollers liko myself came with than either of these "Itotten Row" U the taato in such matters haa charge of this hope it will ba kept continually t in the coupaea of the Invitation, without place lo see it. This is the savory name, branch of the business. the public mind, and that if Phil any strain on courtesy, Marie and bourne The annual election for Trustees and I start- consecrated by age, that is driving by the place on Town Attorney, took placo Saturday. G. Thompson has any twinges of con- ed in due time to hunt bis place of resi- most wonderful riding and earth. Great riders and drivers are these W. Welsh, Jr. D.8. Hinman.G. H. Wise-mascience over his deed, it may grow to dence. Our first Mishap was a misdirec- English kinfolks of ours. Any dav, when J. M. Hackley, O. P. Newlln, 8. 8. tion from one of his deacons, who wrote the weather is fine, one can get a chair for Fry and Robt. Ham, were elected Trushaunt him, till his dying day. upon a slip of paper Highbury New Park, a penny, and from an advantageous paint tees, and Mr. Logan McKee, Attorney. Congressman Yeates, of North Instead of Highbury Park. Of course we of view, can watch hour after hour the There was no opposition to the above tick-e- l, an at In it were embodied the strongest thousands that go by Carolina, says there is not tho least wero lost, and after getting oil' at the right stream. To one whoin loves uninterrupted "Union" principles. And neither Jeff Da tolookata bit of doubt that his State will cast railway station, wandered about like babes good horse, as I do, the place hag superla vis nor Reauregard, nor any of the rest of could hare put ticket in the field tive charms. her electoral vote for a democratic in the woods, until lluthed and wearied we superior to theThere is no animal on earth 'em would have stooda theghost of a chance English thoroughbred, and that President in 1884. Tho coalition is at last found North Holme the Doctor's here we have them in perfection. For of succeca. We are all "loyal" and no lovely suburban villa and were received London at a thing of the dead past. Defeat heartily by the great man himself, whom tocracy whothis time holds most of the aris- mistake. Alonxo Tripp, of Boston, delivProf. later on will tcatter into the killed it on the first round and it is we found strolling about his beautiful country, and the glorious animals that will ered his celebrated lecture on Napoleon dead for good. No political move- grounds in a Scotch cap and plain black in due season be galloping after the pack III, In the Chapel of Rell Seminarr, on "across country," are now displaying their Monday evening. The lecture was indeed, ment that is placed simply upon a suit, and as genial socially aa he is grand symmetrical forms on Itotten How. The an intellectual treat, and was a comprehen desiro to cet office can live long. Suc clerically. .Wo had never seen him out of tails are all clipped aa in the pictures of sive condensed biography of Prince Louis of hit gown, hut in fire minutes we felt aa racers. I have not seen live horns in En- Naiwleon, including hi escapade cess kept Mahono afloat for a timo in and Rologne, much at home aa If we bad known him for gland, outside the great beasts in brewery Strasburg great roup de escapeoffrom Ham, ctat December, In and the Virginia, hut his receut defeat drove years. He haa atender Ride for Americans, wagons, without bob tails. Iu this, as reigns. The gentle- with vivid portraiture interwoven of Na the nail in his political coffin. His remembering the kindneswa received In all else, conservatism dark sack or frock poleon 1st. Ihe hmpre Josephene, the men wear plug hats, forces will never rally to another or- successive visits across the wrest water. coats, and generally with bith whip and Kins of Holland, the queenly ilortenae, Eugenia, and a description of the English "pig skin," no ganized attempt to carry the State. Mrs. Parker is very like our cousin Kliia spur; saddles,but double reins with snuffle the tragic death of tho late Prln:e Imperi martingale, Aikin, ol Dinvllle; a queenly woman in and curb bits al of France. With Virginia in tho lino, tho prosface and figure, and worthy to share the Your correspondent In a talk with Mr. The ladies hare close fitting riding hab pect is that tho South will as usual Doctor's greatness. The villa is iu kee- its of navy blue, skirls not so long as the Wilsou Dunn, this rooming, learned that democratio presisi-cast her vote for a he a number pinga lovely spot, 7 acres in extent, beau- American garment, with neat little bacic. ing was now handling them Abel of promisAbdallah, trotters, among low tails junt touching the horse's dent. tifully laid ou, with charming lawn, stale- Wins hati also, with veil attached, jacket who showed a two minute gait last Satur by Messenger The Danville Advocate very sensi- ly forest trees, cunning nooks, shady walks, buttoned cloro up lo the throat and dainty day. He is a Mock, by the trot and Another bly remarks that the upholding of the orchard and kitchen garden complete. All whip in hand. The horses walk, that these Chief. aire, who hasis Mattie 2:25 minute gait. shown a I marvel this beauty is doomed, though, for the one round at anv rate. bumping their sad- atme hot gun policy by the Courier Journal bay, Still another is Paul, a 2 year-oldear eop!e will go on Doctor's lease expires in 5 years, and the dles the way they do, when there are other gelding by Harney Wilkes. Mr. uunn in the Thompson caso and tho abuse builder's plana for a rtreet and double row gaits to be gotten out of a horse mi much sjts Paul is destined to make a fino trotter. of the pardoning power when placed of houses running right through the love- pleasautcr than a tro1; unm j rciuemuer He ha another tine gelding such men as Dr. horse and lust (whose name Is forgotten for the moment) in the hands of ly spot, Are already made up. Our host i hitt Inst such Blackburn, has created tho mob spir- commiserated our misfortunes In finding such trotting galls obtained In tho limes of by Wilkes, Jr., who ha been entered in tho colt stake for '83. '81, '85 it in Kentucky and caused peoplo to the place, took the slip of paper his dea the Cavaliers, and roraughi i kiiow, wnen certainly has a record before him. and who William the Conquerer came over, and confidence iu tho law. lose Dr. 1. 8. Warren went to New York, con bad tlvcn us. as written evidence mu't be kept up to the end of lime. I A cut ot tho new Governor Gen- bliu, and with a merry twinkle as wonder If saying so often as they do "a it on Monday, on professional business. He be absent two or three months, in the beginning, Is now ami ever shall eta! oi Cauada adorns tho columns of sured us he would "blow him sky high" was h as crystaliied the character of this may II. Waggener, of Frankfort, an old air, W. Ho succeeds tho for his blunder. Then leaving me with a be," the pictoral prees. of Danville, waa In town Sunday aud wondeiful people, until they have reached Marquis of Lome, aud whilo he is knot of his clerical friends, he took Marie the point where lliey are morally incapable Monday. The marriage of Mr Samuel Warren, of this place, to MI Mary D. known as the Marquis of Landsdowu, away to show her the grouuds and have a ol a change? I houietluie think it. Itut Itotten How is grand for all that filraban. of Georgetown. Is announceifor bis real namo is Charles Keith chat. Instead of following their example Men and women spring In their stlrriq-- i Tuesday evening at S o'clock The cere Although but 38, ho is aud admiring tho grass and flowers, we with everr motion of the horse, and come mony will take place at the rresoyterinn spoken of as a man of great adminis- "clerical brethren" bad a theological down ou the saddle with more or lex grace, church at Ueoritetown. and win be pertrative ability. of course, which left us, a it al- according to weight and training; and the formed by Rev. Green Clar Hmltli, an unatrauger has In the mtdst cle of the bride. Mr. Warren and lit has been ways does, worse than It found us. Hap- first impression a up aud down is of Ihe bride will reside at the Clemens House, , A Post office in Georgia of all tlili bobbing Mined Lanctry, in honor of the Jer- pily It waa brief, for tea was soon banded ludicrous order. Hut one boon becomes Mis Lizzie Payne, of Elltabethtnwn, la of sey Lily, and now if some body will around aa we aat In groups on the velvety accustomed to the fashion Uesli riding and visiting her aunt, Mr. George W. Welsh, undisturbJr. She will remain until after Commencebw jackass Gebhardt, iu honor lawu, which was duly discussed and tojoy can entoy the superb hoite yellow ment. Rev. John Montgomery, President covered tho cuternal fitness of ed far more than the previous discussion ed. The rideloose and with clean, well watered; tho of Caldwell College, preached at the M. E. travel, kept sawes would be much better illus We took leave, charmed with our delight drive la as smooth as a floor and hard si Church, South, Sunday morning, Ujv. ful visit. Mrs. P. was suffering with a bad uiaible. The two are separated by a row W. F. Taylor, the pastor was absent at trated. cold and did not venture out, but we had a of stately trees. Outside both are ample Khelbyville. There was a children's meeting at the same church at 3 The Star route trials commenced a walks for edestrlan lookers on, with Hyde Iu the drawing-room- . year ago Friday, awl as several of tho pleasant interviewthink Miss Uaruta called Park and it "Serpentine" stretching away o'clock In the evening, Mrs, Pierce, the "What do you In varied beauty of flaahlng water and bil wife of Rev. E. II Pierce, of this place, a jwvwBiuent lawyers get from $50 to Doctor Inquired of lowv irreen. making up a scene of beauty zealom worker in Mlsalonary matters, wai $163 per day titer are likely to go on our lawn, wy dearT" the present. bis wife, with a comical look. "You would not to be described, two more. killed herself. She was Insane. The Ohio republican committee will not postpone the State Convention lo await the decision In tho Scott liquor-taand tolaw, and it will be held morrow. It is announced that thedecreiae of the public debt for Mar la about $1,890 170. The bond redemption during the month was $10,500,000; (armenla on account of x to-dp x -. k tlio fact that NoTwmisTANMNH Col. T. L. Joom' narao wna with drawn oh tko fiw.1 taiio. Iteforo the Stato Convention liy Ills acknowledged leader, who at the sanio timo mnved to make Mr. ICnott'a nomination unanimous, and tho further fact that Col. hours In Jones himself, twenty-fo- ur ter, when ho know as much about tho matter as ho docs now, accepted with becoming graee the result of tho convention and promised his support to its nominees, ho is now parading before the public as a very badly treated individual, and in an interview intimates that if his friends wiahitho will declaro himself in tho field in opposiWo do tion to the regular nominee nersr riim. She wiled it a 'yard.' I was I proud of it no e year ago, FrldftT, Ken proud ef It ones; I shall " tnckr wis adinltteil Into the Union of more; a 'yard I' t, It seems that in Kngland thatfobnoxlona fowl-yard- s The colniigo of Ilia various: mini for title Is only applied to barn-yardanil thn like. The good man laughed Mr wa $1,721,200, of which $l,3M,00O heartily as hu repealed Mario's were standard dollar). Itolxrt Hmltli, one of tho brother while we stoutly maintained the correct whoklllrd the two Cecil brother at 1M nessof our American application of the enwootl, Tenn, wan killed Friday while re word. We never miss the Thursday noun seiv sitting arrest. () N. llrailliiirn, Secretary ol the Iron, if wr oan poihly be there, (light in Knight, of Honor, Louisville, Ik abort In the heart of busy London, this dear man il his account with the order, having' raaile God attracts to the City Temple to hear a sermon, a large congregation of huainers no return since January last. Mm. Hunan K. Douglaaa, srfiI twenty men, who make time to listen an hour, in work, to the even, cut the throati of her three little the very midst of the day' boy in Cumberland count, IV, and then goppl of the grace of God. I doubt much NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Ninety-on- inji, gallop How I longed topee Just one good American "rarkrr" anions the lot. I think our dear old Jrlend, Mlas Em. While, (she is Mrs. now) of Manchester, and her gallant gray, let out to his full racking speed, would make a pensation even in Itotten Uow. I should like to see her make In Ihe ctrriages, on luxurious ctnh I ona fair tadic) and elderly rtentlcmen lean bark, enjoying the scene. Every variety of livery in the coachmen and flunkies swing-In- g on behind. Whitelighls and lop boots wllh black rosetto in n plug bat is the disguise of a groom on horseback, attending lii. mistress at n resiertful distance, when she rides out alone, as many do. Children on beautiful ponies, attended by grooms, lend a pliwinB variety to Ihe picture. Here Is papi giving his darling boy bis first lesso ns in riding, nr holding the spirited ony for bis daughter by a long rein, willi groom In close attendance In case of accident. Here is mad-camiss, with a will of her own, evidently, just flying along, with her pony In a perfect lather of foam, and the groom red, and perspiring, galloping furiously in the rear, looking aaif he wished his young mistress were in a milder mood. Here come two elderly gents, Irotllngslowly together, talking bus inrsa or politics; there a parly of three or four splendidly mounted ladies, In full gal Ion, with cavalier in attendance; then another bevy who have had their eallop and are recovering their horses by a slow walk. Here Is the inevitable fat gentleman, red in the face, coal tightly buttoned over a stomach that no tailor's art can render Invisible, smiting his "pig skin" heat ily; but his gallant steed fully up to bis weight and not minding his load a bit. And here, straight as an arrow, grsrcful as a willow, sitting perfectly her sorrel thoroughbred with the two white bind feet and limbed like a deer, we have the beil type of an English gentlewoman on horseback. It is worth looking at Her horse is walking now, a hard gait for t lady, but she is equal lo it and loses none r.f her grace. And now the creature breaks at a gentle touch of the whip into a sweeping trot No humping nor churning, but a light spring (hat preserve, each line of beauty intact. And now the lleet steed is gallop ing as he would do after Ihe hounds, were it not Itotten I tow, and the skillful rider, holdinit him perfectly In hand, keening her seat as only n practiced rider can do, dashes along'al a speed lhat gives the groom in the whlto lights and lop lioota all be can do to keep up. until one, as he looks on, can only wish, as I did, that she had a beige or a stone wall or a dilch to go over; so thoroughly well I am sure she could do it on that sorrel with the two white hind Garrard County DEPARTMENT. It OUt It. VJ3'l LANCASTER. 13.11101-. ,PHABMAC!STO 'Villi X.OHI" far-o- ft Ex-Jud- roster-mong- s. uony-chais- e. bo-fo- re lifcfti kw Hiram Rothwell taught a pair of work bl mules from Ike Arnold for $270. DriiKH. Books, wm w uisuij nr ii'aiinvr W. O Rfenry has a large slock of . straw bats of all sires, tint he Is selling rhraydana' prrlirii"s mi,in; luurnnni t VIA cheap. .ir,Vr1i:i.I.INI A nice lot of pal Cornice In ebony and gill at Ihe Furniture Store of Geo 0. Iturdelt A(Vs, Lnrceat Stork of Wnl'ke, If you don't Mieve Ihe stories about dork, Jewelry .Silverware d? TT U W. llurdett ,t Co.' flour ark Aunt Al 1 brought lo this msilel. rilfi Lowee lha myra llurdett and Dr. Ren Swope. J lhsloet. W'alehea, Clnrla and Jewelry R If you want a good suit of clollua palnMonaiionneiifi'aiM narnmru. wws4 iztm-chesp, go to W. O. Rigney'. He la felling out his spring stock at reduced price, t W. O. Rigney keeps constantly on hand a full supply of Ihe latest styles of Gents., Ladies Misses and Children's shoes. The wheat prospects ara brightening some. Hemp came up very well, and is Farmers generally are growing finely. feeling better than they were a week ago. The Mercer Enttrpritt, published at Hsrrodsburg, hy., wants a good correspondent at Lancaster, to whom asilary will be paid. Address, L. D. Caidwell, Publisher. Col. W. O. Hrsdley returned Sunday from Indianapolis, where he baa been de fending a man named Jeter, who Is charg ed with murder. Col. DrsMley is said lo have made the best speech that waa made In Ihe rase, although there were several prominent IndlanaKlia lawyers engaged Fur Ihe accommodation of a few of bis recent pupils, J. L. Irvine will, on Monday, June 11, organits classes In Greek Composition and Homer, Latin or Virgil or Cuiiar. Persons desiring lo purme any or all these studies might do well to confer with htm Wore J or at the owning of the class. The closing exercise of Franklin Institute will take place at the City Hall. Friday night. A grand concert will be given, consisting of an Oiven Chorus by whole school of 75 pupils, vocal nolo, quartettes ana quintettes interspersed with recitations and instrumental music ou pi ano, guitar, banjo and violin. Mr. W. G. Anderson has announced hitniclf a candldato for the Lrjlslature from thla county, subject to the action of the democratic parly. Mr. Anderson is one of our most Intelligent farmers and is known in this county to need any word of commendation from us. Every democrat in the county should deem it a privilege lo vole for such a man a In Is to anJ popular Una ol Aoleultural Implement to! PUa.ura represent ui. The republicans a yel, have loonier lo cet eontrol of the In order luMiaMmi.ipirftia aa such Vthlele. put out no candidate for the office, but eounla andaol al rate of freight, I hat ntaMlibedla kranrU quanllll.Ikaxua to tt.uin lb larml 41 IowmI War an.l will, of course, put out one. With Mr. Lanen.ler and lilehmond, aud under Ihl arrauavuiral, we M aur we ran after Annie tt ilu.lnalll lb I'aiwera Anderson a our standard bearer, we do Many Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. not fear the result whoever they may run againat him. I keep en hanJa at all tluae al lay Mteral War Itu.ws larft'teeaof Something Unusual Mrs Joph Welselger has an Alderney heifer between 12 and 13 month old, lhat la giving milk regularly twice a day. .Some three nr four weeks ago Mr. Weiasiger noticed that the heifer' udder waa enlarging. Uncalled the attention of his brother in law. Mr. John 8. Gill, lo the fact, a few day after wards, and Air. Mill advised hlui to milk her. He did so, and she has been giving milk regularly ever sinrv. The heifer has not dropped a calf or even had an opinr-tunilHrjBBalBBm. If of being with a hull, and there was no eflort made to bring her lo her milk. Will some one who knows, give us an ex plana tion of Ihe cause? Paint lick. Uog are dying with cholera in this vicinity. None of our farmer have engaged t heir wheat yet. school at Kirksville, Prof. Elliott will close next ihureday. Our lown Is still improving. Mr. R. M. Argo will commerce to build a nice rraldence in a few days. rj-c.--- .Mr. J. L. Slaughter haa gone to Mud dy Creek to take charge of the store ol D G. Slaughter, at that place. IIiiKKlcrt, CarrlnKCM, Sprliig Wauoun, Thi-ii- i Wagon, Leg Wukshk, Several younestera of this place will iro to Lancaster, Wednesday night, to hear Rlind Tom perform on the piano. It Is Ihe general impression ol the --.ABWsMaVaai tan! -'' IH.uu mi V i ai. people that this road will be changed next Sunday, but we haven't heard any of the railroad ollicials say so yet. The matrimonial fever Las atruck Kirksville. our neighboring village. There was a wedding there last week, and several other spoken of in the near future. G$&$w fif tvi' in-- &' Stationery , ' mm&m -'-" JFMr.- lrr We wish, to say to the Farmers of this County that we are handling this year THE CHAMPION REAPING AND MOWING MACHINES! BRUCE, WARREN Oroctu'.s and Com-KslI- 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 matter free. :. & CO., too-we- AnEM, ltt FARMERS! nl y !)- USCASTKlt ADTKUTISKIL'aTH. HUHOUON DKNTIHT, LANCABTKU, KY. Offlre ortr Citiuni National bank. Offlr from to 12 A. u. aud from I to S r. M. D. T. WALTElt. t hours ATa'OltNKY At LANCASTER, KY. HAM M. I3U11DETT. X.A.AV, Will prattle In (larrard and aJJolnlueeouDtlsa l3l-ljand Court of Appeals. JUllroaJ Carta, Iteapera, Mciwera, Hay tUtea, (IralD Drills, HroaJcaal Header, Uulkay Harroata, Vulssy Plows, Walkluf and Uldlu- C'ultlfatoia, Corn Drills, Corn I'laotrra, IWI Outl.ra. Cum tjhelUre, Farm- era' Doiiara, snd many other lleraa. A'lTOUNEY A.t LANCABTGlt, KY. II. O. KAUFi'MAN, Mailer Uoniiululouer Garrard Circuit Court. Will prarllca la all Ilia Courts of (larrard and adjoining couutte and lo th Court of Appeal. Xxandretli's WsyXjjaMJjaajjISrjs" hfiiMJf. caT?rSaBsiMakTMMk- al Iain also prepared to turulih prliva and eattuute of all klnjaof Knjlun, w Mills, Threshing; Ma. chine, Hay 1'reaaes, Htraw Htukera, Wlrnl Mlila, Horn Powera,aul variuuaolbar klndaot machinery. I'artles In want of any gooda Iu iny Una will loow nothing: by aeelng in Ulura purchasing I rSHfe 5?. '!' Jar. short-taile- d In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of lltfito Xsa.mr va"- Harrow alau cll-iie- KalaiuiiMHprlngTuolu Fitz-raauric- FURNITURE III I.HHCaHllT Ht thO IslaohauJI Hay and Wool. llraluanj Hwdiol all klrnli; (UollnsSulUy l'low GEORGE D. WEARE1V, Stanford. assk a n ag jiii:i: W. A WILI.IAMN, Managers HualonvllU Dapol of;iWdi, tiae 1 "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," LANCASTER ICY. I,. HITHKHH, Manager Uocaater Depot) GE0.D.BU11DETT&C0., VroprUtoiM a TaBiLk (I oru I'lanUr it. ii. ui:Aiti:, Manager Klcbuosd br a year or Dpot 3 $Mi-$lccM- B Inlcriorittr -... . . nal Sadler's grain cridle at W. II Hlg-- '. "Ennon't Chain," ligion in I of the world, I n history of the re- intensely Intere.t. QT.JST3TOiaD. ICV. Tnoaday Morning, N. LOCAL Wk have .for tale flO.OOO Ilruce, Warren A Co ahayed thlnglr. two-pl- - - - Juno 5, 1883 1 TIME CARD Ynu want the ner carelgo to J. W. Hayden'a It' let to sell a ffWi set of wool at i educed price, nearly new. want Furniture Oeorge II Ilruce. Mill trsin going Horth " " ' cVmlh FipreMlr.ln" Will prattle In the Courts of Boil, snd adlolnlnt Lute Fogle, 4 years old The race-hors- e counties snd 9 the Court of Appesl.. by Enquirer, sold In Louisville Saturday to J. TJ. FI8II.JCtvW, Bill Bowman for $1,32-5- . At. Taaiacar DipainT, e And Sluter Commluloner Iloekca.tle Circuit Court Orricaor CourraoLtiaorrnK tVaiincr, J. II. Hutching, of Crab Orchard, MT. VKIUtOH, KY. Waihisoiok, AFK1L7, US!. gallons of made and aold last month 1,700 Wilt practice In th Itockcutls Courts. Collection, a apeclilty. Offlc In Court'bouse. IM whisky at 131a In bond. Whisks, Br saltsractory ?ldenc presented to tt bss been msd to appear that th undtrsigr all-woJ. J. Thompson, of Woodstock, Palta- IiEB V. HUFFMAN, the i.llUnkof Huitonrllle, In the town of Ilu.ton tills. In th. county of Lincoln and Mate of ki county, ha 23 head cf 3 and BTANrOHD. KY. Kentucky, baa compiled with all th.proTlllon. of Offlc South .Ids Main Direst, two doors above me navies, oi.iuic. 01 in uniieu oiaies required steer and 100 head mixed sheep for tale. straw-berrith Myers Hotel. to be compiled with before an anoclsllon shall M Mr. Sims, of Marion, bousht of A. T. Pure Nitrous Olid Osi administered when re uthoilud to (ommenea the business ot banking, Nunnelley an aged mule for $150; of John quired. Mow, therefore, I, John J. Knox, CompWEDDING. THE COFfEr-SAUNDtroller of tbsCurrencr, do certify thst the NaCash 1 for $105 and of Oeo. Alford 1 for tional Dank of Hu.touTllle, In the town of $137.50. Crab Orchard, Ky , June 1, '83. In th county of Lincoln and State of SALE-Prlval- e'ly, K.ntutky, the J. W. Alcorn sold the Kapler lend be EJUor Interior Journals ! of banking, li authorized to commence S.IC9business ot th sssuthorlred In Kectlon tween town and Ilichinond Junction yesThe grandest affair that has taken place ItetlMd Statutes of th United State.. In testimony whereof, witness my hand and terday to H.J.Darst at $57 per acre. in Crab Orchard for many a day, was the .marriage of Mr. Joseph Coffey and Mrs. The undersigned liulldlng committee snnolntett sssl of office, this 7th dsy of A pril, 1MJ. There aie 32 acres. r, a. m., at Aisuison lymca no. go-xUounty Count. A fair crowd in town Maggie It Blunders, which waatolemnized i7 will tea sealed bidsiu, costisctorsBlrxiTiue,y, Ky., jr. from on Tues-ds13J-5- m Comptroller of ths Currency. hut very few cattle. Capt. Bush say t all in the Christian church yesterday. The store,the Hth of June, 1SJ3, st W. I'. Prewlll'. No. 2.917. In KlrkiTllle, at t o'slock p. at., to let out PERSONAL the sales were made privately at about 6 to groom dtmeaned himself with majestic contracts to build a an! the In Me was the very embodA The Mercer L'nterpri, ptibll.hed the pardon or mule. --Mm, A. 11 I'EMXr and Ml. Bill!, are Harrodsbtirg, Ky., want a good corres-a kin petition nklng forworklmr out of Per- -- 5) cents.B. No hone special commissioner, dignity, ol angelic sweetness Her very MASONIC HALL with STORE-ROOiment Paxton, J. Dotr. who fa now a liesat Alum 6triBg. pondent at Stanford, to whom a talary will vy fine for violiting the whisky and other sold 123 acre of land lying near the Catey name signifies a pearl and Mr. Cofley, like below hill and celtirlislow .tore-rooircordlue 1 -Moore, a merchantman seeking goodly pearl1, haa W. It, William, of lluitonrille, wai be paid. to plans, Addre, L. I). Cirdwell, Tub laws, Ins bren signed and sent to the Gov line, belonging to the estate ot Y. for found one of great pi Ice. The ushers, Mr. Xtsuord Urswligs snd ipcclneatlons inids bj C to I'mmett McCOrmack yesterday Drawings snd .peclDcstlons csn b seen with ui yesterday. ll.her Jsmrs W. Brook ami Mr. Richard Ward bj calling st (V. I'. Pre will', .tore. The commiternor. We think ourselves that he hat MimMatiib DiNwimur U ri.ltlng I hSTS recently opened In Kichmond a large and W. M. Ball sold to J. C. Fox 40 head seated the assembly with courtly ease. The tee reierta th right to reject snr snd all bid.. Mr WillChaih waa made a grandpa been punl.hed sufficiently, both in extent C. C. CIIHI8MAN, complete I lanlng Mill, snd am prepared tu furnlih MIm Dslsj UurnsIJe. of 150 11). shoal at 5) eta and three cow attendants were Mr T. B Carson and Miss W. I I'KCWITT, .rery kind of Iwt week, Mr. Kena Bright, of Bryant-vill- e, and humiliation anil we should be slad to weighing together 2.H0O lb, at 3Jc. lie Maggie Egbert; Mr. James Swnne and Miss SuatB J. Yiaoeii, of Doyle counU St. WAI.KKIt, J. II. hMBKV, presenting him with a grandson of see him released. also bought of Mat Philip a steer lor $70 Mis Minnie Edmiston; Mr. John Ballard ty, U visiting Mr.. I. M. Unite. N. II. COY. t5Ml and Miss Mary Joner; Rev. John R. James lb. V. Jours, of Dantllle, liatJ good weight and fine lung. Mr. Craig it Oou The New Schedule. We were misled weight 1,300Commissioner. W. Q. Walch, and Miss Kittle Hlgglns, whose grace and Master rather a young man for such honors, being in regard to the rchedule which d went into sold J.M.llolains' steam sawmill yesterday beauty have won for ber the AMEIUOAN- tin pleasant tlslt yesterday. Mrs. U lit ah Dunn, of Huitonvllle, I. only 41, while hit lather, who It great ellect yesterday. There la no change In to VT. O. Proctor for J080 cash: r2 acres of name of the "zepher wave." The gentleVcntiicrboHrilliiK, FIoorlnK. grandfather to the new comer, i butCS. men looked every Inch the nobleman, and Writing Mm. Dr. Clifton Fowler. the running of the day trains rarrjlng the land near McKInner to J. Walker Given Doors, ShhIi, IIIIhiIh, LatliH, equity of redemption in the ladles thone most resplendently In silks 10 and the MimCarribStaoo, of llarroJibiirc, WiilLK the hen are on a atrlke a it mail. The accommodation ha been ta- at $22 of (J rein Hirer land belonging to snd tatlns; gauze and ribbons, pearls and 150 acre IContuolcy. NhliiKlCH. MoiiIriliiRH, NIhI- iIt the guest of MIm lloee llicharde. diamonds. In looking admiringly over were, the duck teem to be on extra duty. ken oil and a through express train put on Newton Smith for $300 (o W. H. Miller. , -- MinHallie Knoi.kmam, that assembly, in which the beauty and Upon solicitation I bato scccptsj tho agency lor of Danrllle, (Irandma Land ha only one, but the Is each way. The one to Knoxvllle pase WBJ-Hal'C. chivalry of the county had met, I thought Lincoln snd Osrrsrd counties 01 this moat nrslas-wortLINCOLN COUNTY. I) tUIiIbr at Mr. II. VanArwUI.'n. equal to half a dczrn, having laid 102 egg Stanford at 1222 A. m nnd the one to Lou-Iivllsnd eilrllj reliable Initllutlou, lha Ai I sell st prices siicli a. the sbore srtlcles ran I insurely the angel of Heaven have been object nfihn A. at 2.33 a. r , arriving there at 7:2.'i Ilustonnlle. MlM MmiE I!uukrt, of Crab Or- thl pr!ng, and Mill aliow no sign of setvited to thi wedding, and stranger still financial aid to M. A. Puctely llng "to pro.ldt bought In Loui.TllIe, Clnclnu.lt, or other whole- the widows, sm .ure ran J. H. Taylor bought of J. U. Napier, they have obeyed the summon Rev. J. tees and aaalm. Of It. d(vaMHlorphan., heirs, lega- aaie nouses, 1patronise 1 homelusts It to joinI a.l- chard, I. the tteat of Mr. 0 I). Hopper. ting. Heretofore John Bright' dock with a m. The day train only goes to London. inemhra " Nn rantage to am Institutions. hie farm of 135 acre at $40 per acre, cash should beiliats Livingston performed the ceremony sff.irJ rus pleasureto secure luembenhln, tt will auo a prscucsi G. -- Mm J km nik Duncan, of Liucailer, hrr f7 haa carried the palm but the ha to A StranqeCase. to glre full Information to those given Oct. 1, next. to Joah Hosklna and Possessionspiritbe of Improvement so univer- with such beauty and imposing effect, and dolrlog It and circulars showing the object ol the la Yialling Iter aUler, Mr. K C Warren. give way to the new competitor. Mr. J. M. Hosklns, ol Bell county, brought The with such force and elegant diction, that Bocletjr, names of th e officers, Ac Ma. LtXIA Lynam, of Ioulaville, Bright ha notloat all hope though for the Oeorge Johnson to the jail here yesterday sal among the while people here ha taken at least fifty young men looked a though V. II. JtitVIIKSTEIl, Ul possession of the colored imputation and a ready to say: "Hold on there Mister, tay Stanford, Ky. And am prepared to furnlih designs snd estlmstes II. King ha commenced Lying again and now for safe keeping. Two it Tl.lting at her father', Eld. for building, snd alt kind, of scroll work. year ago he called new Baptist church I to be built for their the same here " We learn that one young JctxiB li. M. llURliKTT, of Lancaster, count o9 egg thi aprlng. That lam doloe no small bu.lneaa.can be ludir. Joe Owen out of hi house and shot him accommodation at once. Thousands of graTC ire ed from the fact that mj bank account runs from gentleman ha since entered the flowery seeing after the tele pore line yesterwu snnuslly robbed of th.lr 11,500 to 12.000 per week. One hundred and ten dollar perslnre which he waa subsequently tried boat, and is now sailing upon Hymen's Avrr.lt a bu.ine connection of ten year, dead, for victim., lite, prolonged, Contracting and building done nromrjtlr and at was offered and refused for stock in the day. li. pilots, ind health re- lltlng price. Address Pi) sea The bride wore a magnificent Mr. GeoK(ir.TAYLon wife and daugli- - our brother and bu.Inea maniger, Mr. T. and sentenced lo years In the peniten- Hustonvitle National Hank last week. How placid colored tilk, and in all that vast asstored by um of the great viKoi-ij- r .:. n. MAlluiill. A year after he wa taken there a ia that for stock in an institution that had Wine ter, of Fayette, are visiting hi tinier, Mr.. It Walton, haa resigned bl position on the tiary. sembly of beauty .only one young lady wa GERMAN flaw wa found In the paper con- bren running let than a month? lxTKRion Journal and will leave next serious guilty of tho unpardonable tin of looking Which po.IllTelr snd peruisnentlr cures fitino. Will CratB. more beautiful than the bride. If I tell tenril, (caused bj electors ol any II11J,) Aruif-l(- lf PULASKI COUNTT. Mr. K. H. Chrnault hit relumed Monday for Kichmond, Y, where he ex-le- taining the proceeding against him and ll'eill.UFHs, and alldiseawa that follow a her name, only one can enjoy the honor, se)iieiiceorreir-AI,uM- a to start in trade on hi own hook. the Court of Appeal granted a new trial. from Fort Heolt, Tvhu.m, after an absence los. of Somerset. but if I withhold It, more than a hundred memory, unl.er.al lassltuJe, paiu energy, lossot In the back, Will make ths present seaFaithful and con.cieiitiou., he ha tailored It I charged that the paper were altered There ba been an unusual movement young ladies will think I mean her. The dimness of tl.lon, premature old age, and lo.nj of teTeral month son at my atable, on the in this vicinity recently in the sheep trade, Wedding March was most beautifully other disease, that lead to cun.uinpilon and a pre- in seaon and after the trial. HquiKr. W, It. Caiimjn, Trustee- - for the for thcucreM of the old Danville ptke, 4 miles rualil rotate. WtTKend for elrrulara with testiHocks are a from Lancaster, st SIO. out of eaon and while we give htm up The County Court apjioiiiteil John andandnumber ofto Cincinnati. being bought played by Mis Louana James. After the monial, free by mall. The ISflUOItATUIt Female Collrge, rime up fiom UMcription -- Fancy Iloy Is Four and a shipped up I sold at boxes for 15, by all ainibogonr bar. with the incere.l regret, wo cheriab the Bright, Samuel lleid and I". II. Napier half cent a pound, gross, is the average imposing and most impressive rite were driiKgl.ta,It per tioa, or six free Tear. to attend the Commencement. sent J?P old thl. Spring, 15 '57 hands bj uiall, performed the groom and bride and many sealnl, on or will be price, be sddreuing securely a receipt cf hi own intere.t may he enhancfur the county and grinted price paid. I)u. W. it. i'kinv went to Uulsvllle hop that nign, sired nr logrsms the residence of Mr. W. friends repaired to '. J. CIIKNr.Y, Fsncy Iloy and be by the The decoration ol Federal grave at R. Dillon, where they were regaled with a exceedingly hard for in to tavern license to S C. Powell, at Huston-vill- e. 113 Adamntreet, Toledo, Ohio. ytiterday, for the purine of bring rituiin. ed. It will Cabbio horw..n.l bss pror- Sole agent for Iho United Mute., I'JI- -l jr Mill Springs cemetery last Friday wa well dinner that epicures would have enjoyed. collecttill hi place. He wa look-krre- r, enhlumll to lm a good breeder I will also stsnd Tho Jiutire met with the court attended, notwithstanding the postponeed before the rotate Dental Hoard. Mrs W. R. Dillon Is the sister of the bride, or, jolt printor in the alxence of the regular later in the day nud fixed the county levy ment. Speeches were made by Rev. II, W. -- Mimiii. W. 0. Oliver and W. It. and is one of the moat elegant ladies that Agent for an interesting hoolcen mill, oomKMttor when one of them wt at 2i) cent on the $100 and the poll tax at Bailey and Will Morrow, of this place, and ever adorned a Kentucky parlor. I will tick, and editor when we weto away. The $1, tho latter being a reduction of ftOc from Judge AY. L. Brown, of London. tilled, "I'rrur' Chain," ate here to Inter BEECIIEK.S Tears old August 20, 1853 15J; bsnds not speak of the fragrant flowers with high, half brother to Trloce. Will serve msresst A negro miner named Uieen West on which the church was so tastefully decorahorw men pefc of an animal that Ctrl do last year. An extension of timo till Dec. 1 Tie otircitlxen. to Insures colt lour months old. JIM coming into town last Satvrday to visit ted, for the red and white roses blushed and dark Iron gray- - Jsck, 10. hsnds snd will Itr-VH. filM, and wife, of Klem-inghut- g, everything required of him a a combined wa given to the contractor of the Stan- hi family, Tell on the street and for a time J. find terre m:res st $H to Imure a colt four ruonth. olJ their colors horre Tom wa a vwli'irJ linn in every ford A Preacherarillft Turnpike to com- wa unconscious. It was at first thought minded living flowers in confusion to far All mares tr.Jtd before the fact Is ssrertslned forand MIm Julik tarel, the little excelled them so that the feit, the seswn. The progeny of sit lbs sLors rl. The plete their contract. D. it Careiiter pre he was drunk, but It was found that he in lieauty. Queen Cleopatra once feil her Marseille beauty, aru (iter 'to attend the ene as applied tu the printer' lock will be responsible, lor ths season. 133-- tl main caue of hi leaving la the trouble be sented a report of hi settlement with the was sutiering with heat, alter a long and devoted Anthony upon a costly pearl, but WM.IlUIlIII.i:. Commencement. having previously been affect collecting accountdiie the pa Shcriir, showing that he was Indebted to rapid walk, this fortunate groom will ever have a pearl Mim I.ui.a McK inni.y ha returned by ed to sweeten his Cofley. F. F. B. cr and right here we with to say that we the County $1,76.: which amount Mr. MenCullege, llarrod.'iiirg, from Daughter Alis liettie tarns, ol Danville, i Old too hair ha I enough and a aurfeit of the ifee came forward and uid in full. Ad her relative, Mrs. A. Gibson. Mrs, where the ha full graduated with many JiElY AllVKItTISKMrSTS. Crane has returned to her home In Missouhonor. Hhe I a young lady of unu.ually credit ylem and after a certain time we journed at an early hour. ri Mrs. Lucy Richardson, of Ohio, is visbright mind and Tery atttactlre Utb in intend to do a ca.h limine or none at all. iting the fmily of her father. Mr. Robert AND i not Hon. A. O. Talbott. for tho Legislature I worth paying the oih If the perron and manners. Uibnon Mi. J Ii luicker l visiting her lultrlor JournaL i not worth taking and It will not be brother, W A.Hamilton, at McKInney. Itf Proprietor ii Determined that At TUB art exhibition of Hamilton for it fiUteof Danville, June I lbn. Albert Galla- Mr. Ilenrr Jones andM'tteslNannie Jonie All perwmi luflii; claims agalf..t theem it Shall be Second to no Country College, we notice that Miner Annie Logan, rent iireseni in rf-it. main, uec'u.artj Hotel in tho State in iti Fare, tin Talbott wa nominated for representa and Jennie Diniel, of McKInney, nre vis properlr Terlfitl. ondoiidm 10 July 2, 18S3. to idp, or lefore A COMMENCEMENT Sermon unattended Dollie William and l'mma IVyton, of lliit or this place. Appointments, or Atten)&2t tive In the next Legislature from Boyle iting Uspt. Will lord, lied bsy stallion; IS hsnds; loaled 1979; bred by JOilX A. IILAIX, AJnir. county, contributed painting of their own by rain would be a .trange occurrence In Chas. Dunn, Stanford, Ky.; ilred by Meswnger tion to Comfort of It i rumor!1 that Mr. Wm Murphy, -Chief, .Ire of Maud Meswngen record, their Qneiti. Klinford. We are writing our eighth no- - county by thedemocraU this evening A. A. postmaster at this place for many years, eiecutlon, which were highly complimentrecord, 2 2S, Abel Abdal-l- h, 2:25; Marrel, will soon resign and that Mr. Jno. Inman, Col-leg- o ..year-ol- d lice of iucIi occasion in our Female trial, 2.23.; Ous. trial, ed by the Islington paper. MARRIAGES., who I now deputy, will be appointed In 1:25; liens C, 2.20 gait at a yesr. old, MattlsMca, -- III bs conrejed to and from nagg-agand In each the same old tale of rain 1 20 nit at 9 rear, old: Macule Stewart. Tub Kentucky liar Auocltlion will call at Thoma Kobinson obtained license hi place. Mr. Inman I a very clever rrreorrhsrgs. Speclsl accommodatloaa to 3 yearsold, and other uronil. Ing ooea. !.td.tu8u-al- e CHAR OKGIIAItlD Mlf.LSI hold It second annual meeting in Louis-wlll- e and disappointment appear. The young yesterday to marry Miss Beatrice, daugh gentleman, competent, accommodating, ento Commercial TrsTSlsrs. The Bar will bs by Sentinel, 2.2 j, and ths .Ire of Von Arniin, always .applied wltk th. choicest 2.19K; Annette, 2 25K; T A..2 2S; Young Cenll- ergetic and reliable and I one of the most June 28th. Judge George Denny, Jr. ladle look forward to the time, when the ter of John Adams, of thi county. HUTCniNOS, Prorr., J. II. brands of Llaaors and Cigars. nsi,.zs; vu.naiere, i..ox,; uignon, i.ity.; popular citizen of our town and the peotathecnly advertleed tpeiker from thlt restraint of school days ii ovtr for a sea2 29; Grand Sentinel, i.ii'.. Sentinel la fill The young student who ran away with ple generally will be well pleased with his Do euitom grinding Tuesdays and Fridays of escb brother to Volunteer, ths sire of SL Jullea. 153-2- ia section and lie la to reipond to a toast "The son, and they can appear arrayed in pur- Poatmaster Taylor' daughter from Kich- appointment. Mr. Murphy I a clever, week. tQlr. eva (via 1)1 (i.e. ftvl. iuw, Ueuaatci, i nitvT) Amy, 20, sud Zth,InHunter. 2:20; !! dam2 KItly Wi a score Nature and Use of the Fe." We thould ple and fine linen and march to the Opera mond, brought her back without marrying good citizen, but his health and age have ltlrera, the more the 2 30 class. 2d bj able to distinguish him House under the fire of admiring glance her, a the Aberdeen Squire refused to enfeebled him too much for the active and 3 00; record, dam of Ilertl (llrl, think he might old record, and the grandtm ol Maud constantly confining duties of postmaster. from all sides, but the rain always ttioil self with such a subject as that. record, 224. by Aleiander's unite them on account of their tender On Sunday night, at the appointed I hue opened a Tery coruprehenilre line of the thi fun to a greater or les extent, Iwstde. ALiuaiJ.o. ins .ireoitfoio.miiu j.iaio, is, uoaa. hour, the tnarriaee of Mr. W. B. Hansford Utest and tisndsomeii styles of year. llnd,2 2l,Thorndale, 222k. Almont, Abdallah LOCAL HATTERS. taking the start h and Miflenlng out of their and Mis Kate Clark took place at the 8PEINQ AND 8UMMEB MILLINEBY uiiu nj .m .f.i?, .uu, me riiui, ae, .; Tucker EoxiaroN Mr. John C. the grand. d.uuf Kentucky Wilkea, 'I. II, audolPhllThoiup-uiI'acicaiie coQee 10 cent per lb. at It. C. pretty drecs. Half an hour before the Tucker and Mis Minnie Edmiston, who Biptist church, the ceremony being per audited Wilkes, lire of bo (to, aud exsuitoe, the ladle reeoru,z ji.j uy iouu-i- , oy oner-ma- n sun, 3yesr-oi- a grand march waa to commence Sunday formed by Rer. Oreen Clay Smith Mr. AndlnTltaslt buy or not. to call reaaonsbie. Bright'. l'rlcea accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Coder to Cin- Walter B. Pettu and Mis Kate Cosson whotlier ther Morgan, the sirs of Vermont lilack Hawk the darkening cloud began to m suu us s.r.r.. rr;3fr?M. Ire of Etbau Alien and ruaur othtr trotter.. Ked Ice cream and ttrawberrie at all hour morning, the cinnati on their wedding tour last Thurs- were tho attendant. The church wa Next door to Dr. Lee r'. lluiluisn's otriee, Htaiiford er to Dlaek J.cket'a dam waa .Ired by a ST. discharge themtelee coplouly and the at 8. 8. Myer. iiawa. .inuam ancxiraroaumare urougm irom day, surprised their friends by aending for densely crowded, many havloc: to stand in the North by W. L. Vance, of Mercer county, and march gave way toother lustily itnprovi'cd the aisles. There waa a beautiful floral said to be of ileaaesger blood. Sentinel and AlexUoiin to the wKe of W. K lluchanan on mode ol reaching the place of worahip, a pareon on their arrival at the hotel in display at the altar , which lent a pleasant ander's Abdsllsb srs bolh by Uisdyk's llsiuble-lonta- n, that city and uniting tbelrdestlnle for the tbegrand.lreofMiud 8., 2 I0U, aud the boy. cheerfulness to the occasion, notwithstandtht 1st, a uch a buggies, barouche, carriages, Ac, A Co., feUnlorJ, Ky., Ire of Dexter, 2.17k; Mettle, 2.19; Orange (llrl, better or worse. Mr. Tucker who ia a ing the raging of the elements without. Late of Cbensult, berersnee Hating bad thl. Hotel with 2 20; (lazelle, 2.21; Jay Could, 2.2IK. snd W others Ac, In spite of the inclement weather, a Tnvihe "Lightning Fruit Jar;" belt young geutlcman with good business qual- Just before, during and after the ceremowith record of 2.30 aud better, MeaMnger Cblef CO.. crowd sufiicient to comfortably fill the was sired by AbJ.ll.li l'llot,.lreol I1ck.rd,2.18J; now nude. Forsale only by H. C. Ilright. ification and of excellent morals, ha bren ny the. rain poured down in torrents, the record, 2 S9. lit dam Is Ked Jim, From Laiement lo garret, had gathered and a moro orthunder roared and the lightning flashed Iniportrra aaj Jollier of Vtj tj Qoodi, Notloui, Ac, (leu. Oeo. II. Thouiss, .Ire ot spring-ho- t paying court to the charming Mis Minnie vividly. OOj, JUatlU Olif-fWin ciaiu, Utl Intent, to It In u Ntrlelly boott'sTlioiuu,to 1 2 ; by Msmbrlno Meawnger, sire Call and examine my new derly or more attentive audience never sat l'lrNt-CIits- H olLwln.kl,2 2S.. 2d dam by Mauibrluo Cht.f, - ICY, The dedication of the new Baptist Manner, tent box maltrete. in an audltorum of the kind. After some for some time but no one supposed the aflorn and also the new 2.19),, Voodlord Mambrtno, Ire of And rear nothing undone thst will sud to the 2.21K, Lady Thoru, fair had so far progressed as the result church Sunday was largely attended, the Mauibrluo f.tchea and others, 3d dam by B R. Wearen. delay, Mr. Trtirhrart finallv got her puImp. Msioleon. Lngll.b Hunter, Ac. Abd.llan showed. They returned home yesterdsy houe being densely crowded. All the belles Blue-Gra- ss COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. Messenger will ui.k. ths seawn of 1993 st Chss. Just arrived, nice assortment of fresh pils, uumberlng nearly a hundred, seated looking as bright and a happy aa could and beaux In the viclnitr were there in Dunn'., 2K mile Irom Utsnford, on Uu.h Branch btanford & Laocsitcr pike and candle, plain and fancy, orange, lemon, on the stage, and in their pretty custumr be. In which condition we truly hope they their best apparel. Rev. Green Clay Smith Jlke.l mile from HAL.12I preached the dedicatory sermon; after which from Lano.ter A Dan.llle pita, at $20 to they presented a scene at once picturesque Ac 8. 8. Myer. cake, Insure, a Mare tu Foal Money due ss soon will alw.tr remain. lie called for subscription to pay the church Ar offered I oiler forsale my Krm of Vfs. Arret, situs-le- d and beautiful. The service began with a. the fact 1. aacert.loed, Mare tb.t bar public ' debt and abaut $180 wa raised This was near Wsluut list, ou the Htsulord A Crab Orrecord, of 2 30 or Utter, or.uch as bar produced J. W. Hayiien ha received a nice new an anthem, "I'raiae hi dear name," well SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS RELIGIOUS. very unsatisfactory, and a considerable dis- chard turnpike, 3 miles Iroui Manfurd. About 41) trotters with records ol 2 10 or better, may be bred lot of Spring Clothing. I ludn't yon better At rra tn cultlratloui balance In graaa. (Jood sprlm, To palroulte us, aa I hare erery comenleQce.lucb. free ot charge. Addre. sung by the whole school and after tho 11. C. Morrison will preach at appointment, ns JS0O or $1,000 wis electe- vlentreood tliub raud well adapted lo .lock, in a asNICKtSAMi'LhllOOMd, Ac , for tbelrus. Iter. WILIiIB O DUNN, Ky. go and get a bargain of him ? amount ral.ed $130 had to go Blaulord, Lincoln Co., usual prellminarie, the reaker, Itev, W. Willow drove school-hous- e next Sunday d. Of the Smith the amount due him. good uelghborhonJsuaWill sell at a bargslo lbs t uj give iMueiuii aboTe tract 01 lan 1 Maasaaaaa t'aisca, by Meweugcr Cblef, dim In pay Mr. Just received a lot of fine carriage and F, Cowdeii, pastor of a Lexington Chris- afternoon at t o'clock. to aud from by Alcalde, (.Ire of llyla., 2 24S, Eulgma, 2:6. For further particular., Iii.i.lre of J. It Ow; ey, Baggage Tranaferretl build-inTho church owe $l,G0O on their new btanford, Kjr., or write to lue st Hull's. Milan ancj Day, 2 30, Ac) will lu.k. lb. waaou ot 19U buggies, eiual to the bent that are made, tian church, read a the subject of hi dia The new Presbyterian church at King the Depot free of charge, which ii mortgaged for that s mount ooauty, Teia. tf IIKMCX VIHII. at Fount Fox', firj.uliillle, Ky., at lis to In.ur ' W. (I. D. (leo. I). Wearen. contained In 1'rovcrb course the thought Call and ace them. mar. In foal. (lire me a call. W. N. t'KANCIN. Mountain will be dedicated by Dr, (lucr-ra- They have a beautiful and substantial hniimi of worship, elegantly and tastefully 3.5, Matthew 22.37 and ltoman 12.1. He on the 11 luuday In July. finished nnd very conveniently located. It Blue-Gra- ss Oen. Laniiram i about to Iwe hla of began by urging tho young lidlr to an enTho fourth and last quarterly meeting been a very lonir time under construcficlal head by the reduction of the Itefenue (lod and for this conference year will be held at tho ba tire consecration of their live to ofSTS Acne 1 oll.r lor aale, prlvalely, my farm tion, under many difficultte and a hard Collector' districts. The Maysville di land, wllu large showing what a mighty owcr for good a Methodist chinch In Stanford Bnturday striiggla to lalse funds, but haa cost at of riitlleut blue-gn- combined, of leua room., brick aud wllblu fraiu residence I aIo put down In the black li.t. trict least twicn aa much a it should, something lull of lbs 11. Stanford A rreacherMllle pile, i hrUtian woman could wield In thi world, .. and Sunday next. waUr III over $7,000 havlnc been expended upon it N. i.rrh.r.1. lri-.- aud uinllial lucludlug. abun- sacril'ii.v:r)N ou Kai.k. An elegant new He paid her many act of piety and Aiiiiu Stone, the Cleveland three A strong ellort will he madn to raise the dauie. luipruteuieiitltlrstHla.a, aud balauce neat tilSOU rr., I'liB-ton- , latet atyle, haa been ueil only 0 fice a glowing tribute, nud amiertrd that mllllouaiie, who wa driven to suicide by mortitsge and pay out of debt a soon aa tenant Iioum. lu gtsu, lable, 'timber abuudauL Chun u aud school- uuexeellnl had ever aleepleiuiifH caused by chronlo dyspela, Klhle. at scbool I nothing of good or greatum bouM near by, and Iks neighborhood or 7 time. My tlilhlren helm; lurule. 111. uutulteulbatiucksdnlrsbleliruiis have no use for it. Will wll it cheap. T. bren accomplished without her aid or leave $100,000 to Addelbert College; $10,-00- 0 'till erfcct Address w at liliulord, Ky.or UT. IfERNONDEPAR TUEHT tallouniealtbaf.ru On thu other band the ungodly T. I)alei. to the Home for Aged Women and MKN. NAKA1I COOK lid lyr-or- lf Managed by John B, fish, woman wa a greater power for evil than $10,000 to thu Children' Aid Society Ol.U Coin. Mr. C. Vannoy gave u a Sherlfl Steuben ha returned hi de all othrr agencle combined Nearly every linquent Hit for 1882. The whole number rare old coin yeaterday. He plowed It up deed ol bloodshed or murder had a woman LAND, STOCK ANO CROP. returned I 322: 271 white and 48 colored. in a field that bad not been cultivated for background, a the new.pajver daily The manacer of thl derailment haa Watermelon have appeared in Cincinby the in the om thirty year. It wa made received n nice gold pin, presented by J. showed In their chronicle of tho ever rehalf-cenati. United Btalt In IB03 and I I.. W liileheid. tie lias our wants lor curring tragedies. He Instanced the terNTANa'OUlMCY., Nex Best sold to VA Walker a short- same. piece. On one side la a woman's bead Rockcastle bond No. 15 wa paid Jun under- - rible lullueuce of the wicked women of horn bull for $100. surmounted by the word "Liberty," -- Dealer In- 2d. Mr. Ann Fish wa the holder. Thl I and bringing the matter closer Feland Hiatt old Jsme Taylor a ctath the figure 1803 and on the other tide hMory, the fourth bond paid out of alxteen, which OPENS SEPT. 5th --CLOSES OCT. Cth. home, referred to the llarrodsburg killing buggy mare for $1 15. "Half-Cen- t court-hous- e "United State of America," debt. Issued for our -- J. T. Hackley told to K. F. Chine a were The rainy weather of the put few daya and the prime ctuie of It, the notorlou A WONDEHrUI. DISPLAY OF Jessie Buckuer. Cloning he pictured the yearling shorthorn bull for $50. haa caused the farmer to fall behind with It. Chenaiilt, who happy lime when wicked women shall be Tub O. A M.-M- r.K. E. V. Cialnea sold a mixed lot of sheep their cropt. The ground baa lieen so wet JJNHIUU'UHK QUEKN8WABE, frequently haa ocoulou tu go Wett, apeak known no more and when the good and to T. E. Wood at $1 05 per head. that no work could be dons. The weeda UCCURSI9 tTttmilU A3 tSt haa seems to be doing the best they can under a irood word for the O. A M. It. It. lie true shall make the glad tuellenlum the It. V. Budduth bought of Mote D. the clrcumitance. Elxrimiucax tried nearly all the line, but find that for brighter by her presence. The dlcou roe Elmore a three-year-ol- d saddle bono for MI'S Maggie Adami haa returned from A.x&xzaaaxozv atl Oaavraa. ipted, rafety, certainty ol making connec- wu well delivered aud well received. The $125. Paint Lick, MIea Ida and May Adauii tion and general good management, It It rain bad nearly ceased by the lime the are back from Harrodiburg, whe re they John O. Neil told to It. II. Crow a )fs.ruUtsadvUitors. orfuUpsrticutar,JJi". Wm. II. HTKWAKT, clr. L Whitethe boa road In the bualne. A solemn benediction waa pronounced and an hour old buggy horse for $100, and bought have been attending achool. head will attend the commencement exerby tetolutlon baa therefore beenenterel later the sun was shining all the brighter of D. M. Crest, of Uockcastle, 00 mountain cise of Hamilton College at Lexington, thlt him that the O. A M., and no other, shall for lilt temporary obscurement. m-t- f we at $2 15. week. In CHAIN" treats nf a subirel which must always be interesting te the iOWi NOTICES. Tub bottom ha dropped out of canned human heart. Hot I'aiht, of Penny A McAIIater. we inakeasneclallrofFlour. KituiMa Tackle at Mcltoberls A Hdigtc'x. good. Come and get the figure by caie Meal and Bicon. Low figure for goods In NiUBMojk of Mrlluhr finis at I'ennr A or by doen. II. C Bright McAll.ter's. quantity. H. (!. Bright. I HATE a reonnd'hand power HTANIlAntl M,lv nt.1 tialnla i Hf- threshing machine and engine for tale at The road-beIron, depot and sidel'olrt A HltggV. a birgaln. (leo, D. Wearen. track ol the Knoxvllle Extension from, Am. die color of Diamond Dye at A HlairV. Ilnucr, Warren A Co. are handling the London to Jellico, the State line, cost (Ibnuin . T. (.rarely tobacco at Mo Champion lleaper and Mower thlt year. $2,000,000. There are twenty-fivbridge jtouert oi oiagg i. between the two point. Call and examine their machine. Jos. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. I'ennj A MeAlliter aole agent. BonntTT delivered hi usual ha ran mis good All the new ahade In Watches, Clock and Jewelrr repaired and in cheaper good, with trimming to yesterday hut fortunately we didn't have and warranted be Penny A McAlister. time to hear It. Mr. HI followed In a match, cm be found at J. W. Hayden' You will And new cabbage and short speech but declined to anawer the and erery thing else jou want at J. In reading "Error' Chain," we are many threadbare proposition of hit oppoT. Harris. brought fice to ficc, a It were, with the nent. Grr jour Soda Water, Ice cold and people of the world In their every-datiure, from the new fountain of l'cnnr A For by I. W. Loan, a life. MeAHiter. Thoma Hay Bake, Combined Mower and All no tM and accounta due the firm of Tub agent who bring to your notice Ueaper (Champion), two turning I'lowt, J.1I.A8. II.Hhankanot Milled bj June "Error' Chain" confer a fror on you. four Shovel 1'low, good tt of wagon liar- ir.lh.1893, will be placed In the hand of It I a grand, l book. Erery page con- net, Wagon, Cirt, and other article used an officer. 8. II. Shank. tain rare and 'uoeful Information, by the firmer. rr Noth Mouth wr.r. 1131a 1 M r. M. Comk iinil (llnMinil Qmeenwnrfnt K.C Itrtf(litV, s if llifl Utm(dfMifnri In CI. In "Error' Chains," by contiasl, make admirable. the inre force ol the christian religion more . 2M r. M. handtome residence Will sell very cheap. W. Craig, Stanford. A ForHalr. "Error's Tom Woodi bought of Sam Embry a pair of mule for $300. Oeorge Taylor, of I'ayttle, bought of Tom Cecil a bay gelding for $150. John O. Lynn sold to O. B. Woodcock 10 butcher cattle, 1,000 lb , at lie. -- W. A. Marel sold to D. N. I'rewitt 71 mountain wethers at $3 10 er cwt. W. A. Coffey sold to Mr. KHe lamb, averaging C3 pounds, present delivery at 6)o. -- O. W. King,Sr.,old to Mr. Waddle, of Louisville, a 6 year-olsaddle mare for $200. Hutching A Evant told to J. F.Sadler. Cincinnati, 01 head 1,143 lb. cattle at C tent. After a hotly contested ballot James Maret. D.N William and H. II. Thomn. ton were elected school trnstees In thlt ills. trlct last Saturday. The other candidate were G. W. McClore, J. W. Moore and II Carpenter, (V votes were cast, the largest number ever known in an election of thl kind at thi place. John Cummin, son of Lewi Cummin, wa accidentally shot while he and another boy, a son of Jamci Cummins, 1 he were playing with a pistol Monday. ball went In just at the edge of the hair on the forehead and came out on top of the head. The pistol waa a 32 calibre hull-doThe skull I thought to lie slightly fractured. The wound la very serious snd may prove fatal. Drs. Brown and Ixivell treated the boy. A mad dog wa killed on the ttreet Sundty morning. The dog belonged to John Williams. It came on the street and had one fit and had become quiet. Several persons were standing out looking at him to tee if he waa mad when he took another fit. He began mapping, falling, rolling and dragging himself about in a frightful manner. The froth was flying all around from hit mouth. Everybody who couldn't get in a house, teemed to want to occupy the hivhest position. James Fraier got a pistol and thot the dog. He had to be thot aer.ral time before he waa killed. rrtortsKitmii ISM II. ICSDKTT I. W BlOlfH, Ice! Ice! loo! I will dellrer lc terry morning ,Air.roniv.i3k h llf-ly- nuiiDETT ft nnowN, r UT. VKIINOH, KY. aj jja.av. AT OSI a. yaasos. VV.XT PI'IC I'OHVIf T IT VilSOK HTANFOIlt), KY. Offlee In Ow.ley A Hon, new building M. AT'I'IIIIM'IYM A.T I..A.W, up slilrs. T. W. ft W B VAHNON, wiLtica As long ss present slnek Issta. After thit.Iati Irs SB low as I can afTnril Account. du at lha close of esert month Stanford, Msy 7. B. P.. H.tHHOM. nr l'HYTON, to the: public W HTANFOItD, KY, Will iirsctlreln th Ceurttor Uneoln snJ sJ- Joining eoonlles snd Ins f nperlor Court sod Court ol Appeals, Vpsclsl attention len to collections. OflWe on I.snesier street Hi will now pay speclsl itlenllon to roUHTOM 110-t ATrOItNIlY AT LAW, DANVILLE, KY., Attorney ALT4X. ANDEItnON, We promise to glrs sll.f.etlon, snd when desired will sir Istent Flour for Wheat. Can mat either boiled or unbolted meal. OItlNIva.- - MeAl.IHTF.K A HAI.I.KI:, Hustonville Nat. Bank. HUltOOiON TO BUILDERS joitx kxox, RICHMOND PLANING MILLS! I. BUILDERS' MATERIAL! Mutual Aid Society or ... a ARCHITECT, ROBBED IN VIG0RAT0R! Fancy Soy! V7i? per MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, TWO GOOD .JACKS. flit eiri.nrd Propr This and Well Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, Abdallah Messenger! per NOTICE iS.r- NOTICE ! tkd.l I.ll; NowIIiimlsomo Millinery FRANCIS HOTEL. -- ' FORMERLY ASAPH, JOS. HEVEItiOTCE, STANIWICU, J. M. ROBINSON & I Keep KY. Itcl'iiriiis.acd and Itollttcd LOUlHVILLi:. Valuable Farm lOtl Commercial Travelers ". J. Farm For Salel GRANI EVENT OF THE YEAR. H.1883.H THE' W. T. copr Cincinnati M1TS Industrial GREEN ' mM ' Exposition. NoUonol Groceries, Hardwaro, Harnws aud Saddlery, or induBtty and Ai't. J FliOWt. git hla ducat the future. WAGONS. 1883. wramiuji'j LLUgUJ V mi-lHttM- ij i r k 1' ) 4 i fortunate that theatergoers at llTtciMirrriNH. Ono pint flour, one home do not tako to heart the tragedies pint jMTOS'OiaD. 3C"3T. stago that are placed upon tho English milk enough to mako a thick batter. ao much as tho Persian, who, according Tuesday MraiBg, June 5, 1883 to Inihan Mnrrm-O- no quart nealdcd a writer, not only shed tears as tho milk and iound on Indian meal, ono actors narrnto tho death of tho Prophet, pint .flour, fonr eggs and a littlo Halt. man-rmcE- D CHICKENS. tho martyrdom of Aly, and other inci RrK Muffins. Ono pint flour, ono dents in tho history of Mohammedan An Intliltnt mf bhtrman't Mttrth i pint ryomoal, two yeast, ism', but howl piteously as they leavo Sin. milk enough to mako a thick batter. Gov. Murray, of UUh Territory, tellt tho theater, pull each other's hair, and Indian Muffins. Ono quart scalded a laughable story of lit cxiwrlcuccs in run kill tea into themselves with desmilk nnd poured on Indian meul, one tho Georgia march to the sea, which ia pair. These representations are styled " tearzies," and thoy tako placo during pint Hour, four eggs and a little salt, worth rcperttiug: A Nick Iiiscuit. -- Ono pint of scalded "Speaking of tho fatuous march the religious festive! of tho Moharrum, through Georgia," snlil tho Governor, being got up by tho wealthy people with milk cooled, two quarts of sifted flour, never shall forget tho amount ol tho double object of propitiating tho thrco shortening, one money it coat us to keep an old woman Deity nnd making a display of their rich tearnpful of yonst nud n little salt. from cryiuy heme! t to death. Of courso tnpestrici and jowels on tho stago. GntCAno Graham Murrixs. -- Onopint Tho representations aro held cither in wo wcro obliged to subsist off Uio counf of Grnham flour, teaspoontul of try as wo went along, ami wo naturally tho court yards of tlidir houses, or upon sugar, two tcaspoonfuls of baking powtho public squares, tho icrsonagcs of took tho beat in Bight. Ono day wo der ; wet with water to mako it soft as took possession of it chicken ranch kept importance viewing them from tho winginger-breaby an old lady, who stood nt tho front dows of tho houses, whilo tho crowd SrntNiiFiELii Soda Hiscuit. Ono gftto with a broom and threatened to gathers round tho improvised stage, quart of flour, ono pint of milk, piece of lick all of Sherman's forces if they did "camels at rest." Ushers, armed with butter sizo of nn egg, ono teasoonful of not moro on. Now, chickens wcro con heavy wands, go round to maintain orsoda dissolved in milk, two tcaspoonfnls aidcral as officers' meat, and, as wo wcro der, and laJi with pipes to hire, and cream tartir sifted iu flour, with salt. infernally hungry, wo went for these water and cakes to sell, drono out Minnie's VnrrK MurriNS. -O- ne-half story-telleold hens pretty lhely. When she saw their stock phrases until tho cup of sugar, ono-hacup of water, ono followed by sis chorister boys, mounts that her favorite fowls wcro being caught and one-hacups of flour, tho whites of and killed slip keeled right over and n tho stage. His business is to prepare three eggs, one ot butter, to cry. Presently sho began to tho audience for tho representation by ono and one-hateaspootifuls of baking-powdtelling them stories relative to deaths of scream, and finally you could hoar that ; bake iu niuflhi-pauwoman's yells clear to Atlanta. I sent tho Imatims, and, in order to produco a Three-fourtSnai-s- . SrniNOFiKLD Hum more powerful effect upon them, ho inthe surgeons in to quiet her, but they s cupful of lard, cupfailed, and then all tho officers took terlards his story with frequent groans ful butter, one cupful of sugar, ono pint turns, but the moro attention paid her and tears, finally throwing down his molasses, ono teaspooufitl of soda, ono tho moro sho howled. I then got pretty turban, tearing ojien his dress nud driving his nails into bis chest. His desginger, ono nervous over the infernal noise, because spice, then enough flour to roll soft tho whole army would hear it, and they pair moves tho wholo oi tho audience to and very thin iu rings. might suppose Homebody was torturing tears, and ho then descends from tho stage with n bottle, and, sopping up Lemon Ciiehsk Cakes. One pound tho woman. Finally Sherman rodo np with a pieco of cotton wool, ot loaf sugar pounded, two lemons and asked what it was all about, and their tears presses them into it ono of these tears, grated, add tho jttico strained, quarter when wo told him ho said: ' Givo her a opiuiou of the Persians, being of a pound of butter and two cggi; let bushel of Confederate bonds for her in the sufficient to savo tho lito of a patient it simmer on tho tiro till it is as thick aa hens, and seo if that won't stop her.' honey; when cold "put iu a jar, tie dowu Acting on this hiut, I proceeded to who has been given up by tho doctors. prologuo over, tho uetors appear, with paper and it will keep a mouth. business. Wo had captured a Confed- This drama begins, with tho result Eon Hour. The yelks of two eggs, n erate train tho day beforo with 84,000,- - and tho described above. pint of water; half nn ounco or so ot 000 of Confederate money, and I hunted Thcso, however, aro not tho only plays butter, and sugar to taste; beat up to np tho train at once. Tito money was gether over a slow fire, adding tho water cents on tho dollar. Well, in tho Persian repertory, tho two other worth about 2 kinds being "tomachas" and "kora-guez- ," gradually. When it to boil, 1 stuffed about half a million dollars in of which the first named are backward nnd forward between tho jug and marched into the on old carpot-sac- k forces or comedies, full of allusions moro till quite smooth and and tauco-pa- n house. less broad, and improvised by tho frothy. said I, opening tho sack, or " 'Madam,' "Lontys," who are professional dancers To Keep Hreau Moist. Keep a largo '111 givo you $50,000 to quit this noise.' and musicians. Thcso "Lontys" aro earthen jar a cover of tho saino matewas as still as death in a minute, and It often accompanied by dancing girls, and rial is better than n wooden one and then her faco expanded in a broad smile. even by monkeys and bears, nnd thoy havo it well aired and fresh ; let the laid tho packages of money on the I grimo themselves with soot nnd Hour. bread bo well cooled after it is taken table, and I never saw snch a delighted Tho "karatfuez " is very much like our from the oven, and then placo in tho jar woman. Tho effect pleased me, and I own " Punch and Judy," tho character and cover closely. It will keep moist continued: ' Gen. Sherman presents his of Punch being taken by Kctchcl Peh-levand fresh a long time. compliments and $100,000.' I never in who is invariably represented as my life saw such a pleased old woman, To Renew Gilt Frames. A lady bald, nnd whoso favorite occupation is and I wound up by dumping tho con- to deceive the Mollahs by tells how to renew gilt fiumes that aro pretending to tents of tho sack right down on tho tarnished. Sho bids her renders to take piety. After having depicted to tho floor, and telling her that when it came sufficient flour of sulphur to give a golMollahs in very glowing terms the to contributions to distressed" females I den tingo to ouo and one-ha-lf pints of of religious life and tho pleascharms could not bo outdone by any man living, water, and boil in it fivo onions ; attain, ures reserved to good Mussulmans in and when cool apply to the jwuts which "Bite lnvitea me omeers to supper. another world, ho begins to niug anTIIK I'UUS 1 Of KOIIUI'K. and sho cooked every chicken on the acreontic songs until tho poor Mollah, Tho flora of Europe is more vimed require restoring with a soft brush. Sho ranch, and set out cider as free as water. carried away by enthusiasm, throws than its fauna. Coming through the says it will come out good as now when We were having a pretty good time when dry. down the Koran and begins to play tho Bavarian Alps wo discovered almost along, lank old coon came in, and sho Hot briOE. Hot Bpico is the name guitar and drink tho fine wino of Chiraz. every plant, tree" and (lower to w hicli my eaiditwasher husband. Pretty soon eyo hod becomo accustomed in New given by a cook of a past generation for his eye fell on tho money.. 'Sarah,' a delicious adjunct to gravies, steaks, and Minnesota York, Connecticut VOVXTltV AXD CITX- - KAIX. said ho, 'whero in blazes did you get al) Considerable attention has been re- golden rod radiant above tho fences, chops and soups. Take three drachms this dumed truck ? ' y each of ginger aud black pepper and cently given to tho difference batween willows nodding by tho streams. " 'A present from Gen. Shermansaid tho rain of the city and tho country. jwplars, and defiant cinnamon, seven cloves, an ounco of she. The country rain is neutral and is con- like tho soldiers that havo so often deso- mace, one of cayenne, one of grated " Tain't worth a continental cent sidered tho best adapted for human lated thcso fcrtilo lands, elms (small and nutmeg, ono of white pepper; ouud they're kindlin' fires with it down at New consumption of any found nbovo tho unthrifty), largo oaks, whitowoods and theso together ; mix till well blended, Orleans.' earth, on tho earth or under tho earth. walnut trees, tansy, campanula, mul- and then put it iu a perfectly clean, dry "Tho old woman rose up, her face as Tho rain that falls in cities, on tho other leins, angelica, water lilies, wild ators, bottle for use. white as your start Iront, ana tier eyes hand, is acid, corroding metals ; evil ef- vervain, bouncing bets, yarrow, tho GiNacRDnEAD. Mix in n largo basin wasn't pleasant to meet. fects ore visible on every side, iu point, woodbine, honeysucklo, and many others ono and a half pounds of Hour, six you are tuo ouk mat gavo me in all decorations, and, in fact, almost as familiar. Tho flower gardens are of ounces of sugar, three ounces of " Ho butter, this, are you ? ' she called out, reaching everything erected by man. The pur- tho same blossoms as ours, but not so ono teaspoonful of carbonato of soda, old broom. for the est rain is that collected at the sea coast, brilliant, it seems to mo. Tho omni- one tcaspoouful each of black pepper, " Tho entire mess rose and started from moro especially at considerable heights, present grapevine adds a novel element cinnamon and cloves and Jamaica pep tho house. Wo never heard any more whilo organic matter in tho air usually to tho landscape. Throughout Germany per; heat ouo pound of treaclo and beat other, and there isn't a man of the crowd corresponds with the density of popu- grapes aro generally trained on arbors up thrco eggs; if they do not moisten who would meet that old woman for all lation. or sticks, liko beanpoles; on tho steep tho mixturo enough, odd somo sweet that Confederate money, if it would mountain slopes of Austria thoy aro or butter-milMix nt night and bake uuAityuuiri jiiick. bring 100 cents on the dollar at the bowed down hill over a wiro or a hori- the next morning. Treasury Department, Washington." Ono of the jokers of tlio day U Jndge zontal pole, so as to let in tho sun to tho TO 3IAKK A fOitl'OX, Salt Jake. Tribune. lleu A. Uradford, of tho Pueblo bar. best advantage. All through Northern Cut oft thn legs and wiugs of your Ho is a little eecentric.liut withal one of Italy they aro furnished trees for a supa. CUKKUFUL 1m Mr. A., a vestryman of parish, tlio tit lawjcls iu tho far West. Ho port, with tho addition of a swing of drake at tho iirst juiut. Cut oil- the bill mg a ciuo n few yeurs since beforo large wire or rope, stretching from treo whero ttio leathern terminate. Split tho listened to a missionary statement of the wjb t) work of a new mitaiou in a tiertituttt u Judge to whom ho took a dislike.. Tho to tree, along which tho agilo vino creeps. skin uuder tho head down to whero the neighborhood. "It's a good work," Judfto was undecided iu his rulings ; There is nothing in vegetation moro pict neck begiiiK. Cut thiough the t kin on said he, " a very good work. I'll give would change his conclusions every timo uresque than these leafy festoons in the bock, near the wing, up to tho be$1 to help it on." The next day Mr. A. the oppofcito lawyer would argueapoint. which the wino of Lombardy is cradled. ginning ot the neck. Then liegin carefully to draw oif the skin. On reaching went on a pleasure trip to a distant city, When Judge Uradford camo to talk to J Florence letter. tho jury, ho took occasion to express his tho neck, gently draw the akin over, s stopped at a hotel, and rode TIIK Z.ATKST SLAXG WOHDS. alter having skinned tho head and cut it around to see various parta of interest. contempt. Baid he : " Gentlemenof the jury.tho indecision Quito a lot of now slang has been off, care having beeu taken to cut around The trip cost him $100. Miss B. took out of her purse CO cents of this court reminds me of tho fabled opened up for trade. This is nearly tho eyes. To preparo tho skin, lay it to buy some coal for a poor widow's ass that died between two bundlos of altogether family slang for tho two of on a warm stove, villi tho baro skin up, ladies, and, if thoy wish to bo abreast of aud dry slowly. Lay on magnesia to family in a back street, but loft in the straw for want of decision." The court could stand this no longer. the times, they will tako out their pen absorb tho oil, and frequently lay fresh other compartmont of tho puma a $10 .bill that was to be used for buying soma Calling tho attorney to order, ho fined cils and tablets and note down tho speci brown paper on it; n warm (not hot) n him $5 for contempt. With tho cooluess mens. " Catoucho " is a very now word, to to placed oil the paper. trimming for a new Attn. CofBhould any ataiu get on the feathers, a Mrs. 0. was very inneh interested in ho is capable of, Uradford felt iu his and means nice, sweet, pleasant. paying off the church debt. Klio dually pocket for a momeut, then, producing fee, for iustauce, may bo catoucho ; so rag, dipped in a little nmmouiu and concluded that sho could afford to give 82.50, said iu his peculiar intonations of may John Henry or Eliza Jauo. When natcr, will umovo it. Tho breast makes a girl is "flick" sho is very knowing. a beautiful pompon, mid the Bolt wing $10 ; but, finding that tho ring she wai voice: "Your Honor, I have but half the II sho is " fency " sho is just the reverse (outliers next tho Itody may ha used for about purchasing was more expensive JmuIhIUh CvurlerTour' than she first thought, changed her gift amount ; I will pay for tho straw, butlct of knowing. If you wish to convoy to ornament. your heart's idol tho idea that you adore mil. to. tho church to $5. The oilier $5 went tho ass staud." Denver Tribune. her trausccudant beauty, just tell hor to help pay for tho ring. 11UAW1XQ COXCLUSWXS. " MUX. 1WKKICS AliriCK JO OSVAll sho is "oppressive." "A Johnny-bo- y Or. I), told tho committeo who railed irji.un. Wifo "My dear, do you not think is a new variety of tho genus homo who upon him that he rtally could not give Tlio utory ia goiinj urouud tlmt Mr. Johnny has a wonderful gouius for draw- knows how to daueo liko aa angel supmore than 00 cent each week toward WilJonnd Jfra. Ikiker vrero cliuttiug over posing that angels would so fur forget noma the rector's salary. Ho thought SJ5 a ing?" aftor u dinner at a wellHusband" I do, indeed." themselves an to dance who wears good kuowu lious.0 ou Walnut utroot, Pliilu. year a very generous allowance for him ; W. " Perfectly remarkable. Itsooms clothes and who is an idiot in overy othei but he sent home the same day a few deljiliiu. Mr. Wildu uiiirowsed himself ornaments, for which his wife was puz- to me wo should bo guilty of willfully respect. The feminine equivalent of the as bi'iug duliglitod with tlio mauileuta is generally called tiona ot tho lovti of tlio boautiful aud zled for house-rooThe ornaments flying in tho face of Providence ii wo did "Johuuy-boy- " truo not recoguizo tho fact in selecting a pro "Evangeline." If you disupprovo of s cost $25. which mot him iu riifladoliihla. fession for him. Mr. Virgil Williams, place, or a lwrsou, or a party, you maj The roof of the parsonage leaked bad" Iudocd, don't you kuow, thuro in so assures mo that all cither refer to it as a "snide," "gummy'' ly, and tho clergyman reported thut the tho picture-makegroat a degree of vulture that I fear or "toppy." Excossivo admiration havo no mbirikm after ull. Will you not health of his family was suffering from Johnny noeda is instruction." 1L "Just my Idea; anil mean to ap. wrecks itself upon expressions in such the dampness thus occasioned through advuio uio ? " out tuo house ; but the jieople wero to prentleo him to a corner grocery for in- words as "balmy," "harmonious,' " liut pooplo hato to tako lulvico, no "Gullitivo" seems tc matter how earnestly and sluooroly it h "gullitive." low in repairing it that tho winter was struction in drawing molasses." W. " Oh, you insinccro man." mean a great many tilings. It is a sort given," nald tha lady, one of great discomfort to the clergy-man'- s word, which can Ix U. " Oh, you adorable woman," of family. During tho winter the " liut from you 1 " aid tho nuthetio, used to till up a sentenco or express t rector was invited to five parties given "Iteally?" HionT or wrong, tho oppououta of doubtful opinion. by lab parishioners, theexpeiuu of which compulsory "Yen. I asBuro you I am quito vaccination in England aro wottM havo put the dilapidated rectory One of our best cltirens would say to tho quito " In earnest. More than 250,000 tracts public that he has tried Hall's Catarrh Cure in cotnpleto repair. J'ucljto Church., and other publications 'Then, Mr. Wildo, tny ttdvioo U to havo been issued and it Nail that is claimed for it. Price uhorton your hair aud lougthou your ami circulated by the London Bocletv 75o per bottle. breecht'B." Whoevch it aa imitator by nature, duriug tho past twelvo mouths. Engineer ltose, at Stamford, Conn., boko or nocouity has nothing stable; Mm sWU4Uty wUek aMotit thin apU. Tub Government tn rwjuirod to pay Makb not thy friend too cheap to thee, was found guilty of manslaughter, for over a man with his train. tO.60 fur every word cabjej iaHwit nor thyself to thy f'end. tt4 U toooiI4ent with strwuUlu H iRltriffriinral rrnniAx Ttir.ATitiCAin. nr.TVKSun It ii ST ti "I r, bo-ga- an, Tho Host on HrraUl has been examining tho history of distinguished writers, and finds that very few authors havo not experienced tho pain that attends tho rejection of manuscript, liven Thackeray ai'd Thomas Carlylo havo known tho effect of " returned with thanks." "Tho Yellowpltuh Papers" of tho former wero nmong tho most brilliant and popu-a- r essays in .Vtijatlno f but, when Thackeray wire nent an essay iu tho style of "Tho Yellowplush Paivm" to tho Killiilitiruh llrvleir, it was so rut nnd mutilated by tho tslitor that even the consolation of a rospectnbln cheek was not enough to sweeten tho painful memory of that magazine. Prosper Merimoo had all his plays "returned with thanks" by all managers and publishers until ho hit upon tho Idea of passing them off for translations from tho Spanish of a actress, Clara Gazul, n bait which was at onco swallowed by a publisher inter ested in tho romantic school of tho day, just coming into fashion, and this mystification helped tho work to a great Theophilo Gantier aud Ocsuccess. tave Pcuillct had their first novels rejected by various journals, and tho manuscripts were probably uover read; but when, at last, thoy were puhl&icd, thoy made n great sensaliou. Alphonso Daudet, whoso various stories havo passed through fifty or sixty editions, saw tho best nud moot ntti active work ho ever wrote, and iu which ho had related a part of the story of his owii lifo and development, refusal by several journals, although he already enjoyed considerable reputation and nn influential jiosition as Secretary to tho Due do Morny; but the novel received tho greatest recognition when, at list, it appeared. Anthony TtoIIojk) furnishes another example of lato Miccebaoa niter many disapK)inted expectations. His literary spurs wero gniucd by work in tho fow leisure hours left him by his position iu tho postofllee. Dickens was one who had uncommon luck as an author, in happy contrast to tho almost-tragi- o struggles of Thackeray for recognition. From tho timo his first niagazino articlo was printed to tho time when ho laid down his pen on an unfinished p.igo of " Edwin Drood," his career was an uninterrupted scries of triumphs. John Lothrop Motley had to undergo tho humiliation of receiving tho manuscript of "Tholliao of tho Dntch Republic" back from tho famous publish er, John Munay, of London, with thanks and compliments. Carlylo found great difficulty in getting a publisher for his " History of tho French lletolution," oven after ho had rewritten tho whole iu consequence of the burning of tho first manuscript by an ignorant servaut-giil- . once-famo- us irim rM.vf.v nOMitHTic ncoxoMi: rye-mea- l, twotAhle-apoontutsyca- TTjsa? jpuBrjisi-irnjr)- . cHMtcH nuircToiii. MrritOMST, GOD'SLOVESTOltY ThnrUf P.r II. BUM icrpt Hi SOUTH. -- Rev, II. Mr.rrlMn, ttcrr Hundtf tuurnln( uvi ihlr.1 r "irroNON itouora. Chicago - Tho Ooipel According to St, Rnth, nlKM, lrM Mm'W rwt Wftnrt Hun.UjWrr.rol It .W A. s, K. K. Harrow To wMh UaJJtil tn n pillion of Ihs tird's SiiptrlnUtiiltiit. l'rtjf r, ami olht r niion, URItrriAN- .- WottThlp b lh ronurrxttlon f rr IaM'i dif . rrrafhlnbr Ir. J. W. 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J. hJ - 10 Hour II nee '.it' ir ll Cliiclmuitl lo St. LouIh lliHiie abia.1 hi all at ttr 41allr lrlrj Afficted, Attention Dll. GANK'SUESIEDIES! M. D., 31)llj 21allj Ti. In., yllli norbai. of rare for anr Mrii(.re. Tralna to lxiliilll, with Frea Tailor TVMJISt POR THE MILLION. I'allr. 112 a Tiar: Hunilar. 12 a rrar. Flf ruplra, one jrar, MANUKAITUIIKD II Y W. K. (IANN, lDlf cop; on. Tar, II.Sv: baa Iiyii arnt ua the l".60. Alter arlubul Oto r. HVltSClUl'TIOX ' Tralna lo lltanarllle, 4 boon la rouUa, with on. leaackanf. of rara. Hall Tralna lo Cairo, 7 boura quicker Iban an other line, and ootbanf.of rara. Tralna lo New Urleana. Xt cblOf. of Onclnnall. ""- - ct',r,, -12 Hours 2 21allr SLBB " club ralaar can, tbrouchonttbd jnr, au.I alngl. aubacrlptlon at our loweat club ralo tl.10 lur yrarl aubacrlplloria. auUcrlptlona onljr ran ba rcciTcU at tbltrmta. Our tcnua lor Iraa Itian a jrar ar. II for tight monthi, "5 ctnta for all niontha; 50 crnta lor tlirra loom ha. A aainpleroprot Wklr (tnirtnAmraal l arnt frr. of charg. tor ciamluatlon ou arpllcatlon Liberal raah couiuilaalon altuwrU cant axarra. anj outfit Mat them fre of tbarg. AJJrriu riealilcnt MONTICELLO. KY. Tb. worM la filled with tb. wonjerfut, beautiful and Intrlrata Inrenllona of man. vet all tb. combined talent and itenlua lb t tbi wurld baa at- er anown naanerer prulured anylblnf that ran compare with 'l)r. tlann'a Ibin.llea.'' Medical kill and aclenra hare, aa jet, tailed la dlaeurer any thing eiual lo tbeni, fir tb. cur. of tb. die-eafur which fbejr ar.ret'oiuuiended. Aa their Kj. vlrtuea and ue ar. tiralml br tbouunda thruuah. out Ih.l.nfth and breadth ol lb. Und, andaa oianuaru raunir HMicioea. tuey raonoi oa Democratic and for a Tariff for Revenue and are fullr aubelintlitol br th. atronf Courier-Journal w. n ni.iir.nAni. Co., Loulirllle, tkan br other llnea. Tba , t Ji. la lb. only line with 4 I'allf Tralna fain Cincinnati tout. Umla, tkaklntfillreel connection. In lb. Union (al at. Loulilailh ilUauurl 1'arltg lUllaay, Hi. LouU. Iron Mountain A (Southern lUllw.f , Chlcara A Alton lull, road, Cblraico, Ilurlloctou AQulncy lUllruad, Lou I lUllroad) Wabaah, rli. loal. A Pacific lUllroad, Mlvourl. Kauaaa A Trxaa lull wajr; Bt IauIi A Man Fraocltra lutlwaj. Kansas City TZXZni!?V0?;$ let Impreu This Upon Your Memory. The Jb H. la tba only Una br which rou (et tbroujU rara Irora Cincinnati lout. Lou la without jlo eilra far In adJItloa la uoimt paid tor llcl.i. For lleketa. rabra. or anr tnlnimatlon. rail nn aic.ci iroiaoi tvn.eciioi linn -I- N(Plei call at IV) Walnut at. 4 Fourth at , (Irand Hotal, Cincinnati,;,'; Uepul foot of Mill W. W. I'EAllOOV, W. U, SIIATTUC, (len'l rateeof er At Um'l llanarer. llnctnnall. i. D. HILL, Faaaen,er Aient, UUnon, Kj can onlj. eat tr.llmonl.la. r'or t'uugba, Oolde, Croup, Itrooc bltla, Gonauup-tlo- n and all Ulataaeaa ol th. Throat and Lunji, f, Vho Dr. Giiiiii'h Couk Dripc-iala- , Hyrup. THE BEST OF ALL For Idler Complaint, Oonatlpatlon, Indlfeatloajaan-dlc- a, Hour rlomarh and all DUIoua itrl. IImu beaat Dr. Ohuiih Ltvcr Cure. an liniment: FOR MMTAND BEAST. FormorothannttilrilofaMntarrtlio ZII.iIcnuMnataiiirf l.liiUu.ntliatbccn known to mtlllont ull orcr tba world ua tlio only bole rcllunco for Uio relief of ncciacnu mut tinin. n it a motllolnc aboro prloo uiiu prnlno tlio beat or It. unu curiiti;riuruiuiutu:ruuiuun For Itbeuinatlaoi, NeuraUla, rJpraloa, tiwelllnKa-- aiternal application for HiLlie. and nan or Vho Vho Vho Vho A Dr. Ghiiu'h Llitliuciit. Klilula and aU For rilee, lletnorrholda, llurni, aliulltr dlaeaaiw, KENTUCKY CENTRAL r -- TIIK Dr. Uann'M IMIc Ululineiit. Dr. Uiumi'm OllltlUVIIf. rn II TO- For Frtab Cula, Ilurna, tllrera and Old Hon., MOST DEHUUBLK UOUTE first-clas- lllltrNvTfi't MEXICAN lanoo of ualn und lmbmiiuuLloii luinoa Imbln. lluiiian fleali mill ItluiJlrutoCri'ntloii crucijually l)r.Jiiiin'H NIoiuhcIi IllttcrH And declJllr tba I'opulir Konte, aflordlnf, dtwa, Icaatbanfeaand auprrlor accomraodatlona CINCIKNAXI! u It to Mntanr Liniment U withont nn const. It penetrate, lit all niul iiiuacln to ue very bane maklnn tbu uontliiti. KrllaUa Tonic, A.pf titer and lllood rurlflar, aud alao cure. Ijriaela, ludljpallon, Liter Uimplalnt, Malarial tetrra and all periodical Dlaeam. Uanulaclund and lor aal. br Miuouri, Iowa, Xaaiai, Tezai, Tba Norlb, Northweat and Weat. In fact, tf 70a coat, nit.lata a till' In anr direction, jour Inurtat will babeataerrrd br purcbuinj your ticket, via K.C. and Cincinnati, 3 Tralna each waj 2; Pull nan PalacaCarii Klrrant K.w Vtr Coachea, and bandauuialx furnlabed Itecllnlnf Chair Care lorin th. unruaUl e.ulnrueula or thla Old lUllabla, thereby making a trip oral tht. Una 00. ol luxu-tlucoiulurl aud plraaura. Try It. TIMKTAHLE, IN KFFtOT DKC. SI, 1MZ. Boutu. Lte. Coilmtou " Falmouth... RoTik Wo. A. W. IC. GHESAPEr. KEMD 2kT. 3D., ilat-iro- Sola proprietor, Monllcello, Kr. aa'All orderi as-- tl by iu.lt will piouipt attention. MUSTANG iLlnfmrnt ia noedeil hv anmi lin.lv in I every liouvo. Kvvry duy brlnir. new. of iu. uoiiy ui au uiviiii arum or burn lailbduvtl. of rlieumutlo in.rtir. I.tored, or a t Billable hurao or x I caved by the licuilng jiowcr of luij 01 RI Kust Ko.6 r. Kentucky's Itouto LINIMENT Kliniiiitatlain. Htr.llliiir.. fltllT ..una., vuiirructeu iiiuacica, Jiuru. nun mum a, una, jiruiavn nlnl Ntimlua, I'lilaoiiniiH llliry oinl , Old NilliK, hllinir.a, Nure., t'letia, 1'rna' .liUliia. hure Nlpiilra, t'ul. .ual, ill.-taanil luiUeil every form oi tiUrua! It lienl.ivllliuut.rara. i'ur tlio Ukutk cukation It rare Mliralna, httluuy. HtlfT Jiilnt., 111. tounuer, iiMnt.a. Korea, iioorHrmU . eaaea, I ool llul, mrotr uriu. IIuIIuht Horn, Nrrr.lr.lira, YVIud- &.U., biiuvin, Tlirii.li, ltlllBlxiu., ull i:ll. lllni iiiiuii III. hlijlit and aivtrv oilier ailment la lrhlcli tho occupant, of llo HlaMa niul Ntock rd ur. liable. Ibu JMealeuii Muatauu; Liniment alwuya cure, Hi ' Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Tho only Una runnings wblrh ape'tlly cures audi ollmcuta of tbu III MAN FI.Kallua PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS brio-H-bra- HOiu " Cjnlhlaua. lu Ml a 11 " I'arla... II SO a tu a Air. Ltilutftuu,.. It IS p lu 1 &0 p iu Lie. IxliiKtou pui lUpu . ID p ui II W pui 'U p u Atr. W lurneelcr Ii III am 1 ui " Ml. riterllni ui tuipu Utttiu 7t " Aablaud . p ir ..... " IIuuiIukIoii. t ui . lu 4 u am ' No. I. Numii. No. J. Ho. t. iimiui 2 so p iu 1 00 pui 4 lu p u Dllput 6 w p u luwpui S p tu lOtOpw IUiulig a soliiTtbain LuuUville, Cliu-liiiiul- l Lea, HuutlUKlou... " Aahlaud . . liiKtou. liy., ami i,-- x r, WASHINGTON CITY. Conunllois In aaiu. Air. Lailuifloo .. Lre, Leilu,tou.. .. ' 1'alli.. " CjntLI.ua... " Faluwutb Air. IVitluiftun. " Wt.MUrlln " Wlucbkelrr . ... II sa I OlOiu 1 16 a lu 21 ... 7Wa llfipu Olllau 1 lb p u T 41 a in 00 pui i 15 a S 6S p w p lu u ... 8 SO a U) . ... 3 II . 4 41 15 p lu lg IV a UI p w II 45 a ui 9ani 01 pui SUput SMpui 4VVaiu ttJpu I de.l wllh but train WAVrtvii.1.1: bivmiuN. Nn. H Li lilngluiirtpm. Arr. Uayatlll.l lllpui lor No, lu Mat.illlocooam, Uilngton V W.u " MaaIIUII4'laui iJ0,,.,..'.l?" '"" No. W Hayailll. II 4jijiuiJ Ualngtou Upm No. 6 rum dally anj baa day ruachie frouClo-clnna- tl to Waalilnglon, Pullman bleeperalo Kaoa. wba Falli. W.Va. aud Uecllolng Cbair Car to Lax. lugtuii. Nli'iK only at atatlona on K. (X XL 11. wlier. Iluial. klleu. No, 1 ruua dally, atrepl und novtr dbuinuuiUj au4 It la, jjoaitlvuiy, THE BEST OF ALL The Direct Route toLyuohburfr, ville, Norfolk, Dan- LINIMENTS 03 SUIT 0 MAST, bunday: bia through rurbeato UuuiluiloD. No. run. dally, eirepl Kuudayi haa Ihrougb coach., to UI. Hlrillnii and parlor car to Maarill.. No. 0 FointH. rum dally; baa ilrganlday roach from tVaakloii-to- u. Pullman blceir from Kaotwba Falla aud For ticket) aud lurlber lufuruiatlon, at.pl to ImuIot cut from lilogion to CluclunatL Only jour nca.tat lliketoif.c., or addrta. three atona. Noa. 1 and a lund.iiv. .m.i u... U,r,.,.?aJi". '"u.lf,u focbea from lluntlngtoa JHtMO. KKNNT. and Ml, Hlerllng. UlrMt connection at Uilorlon Haul, Wiateru Aieut. 310 W. Main Ht Uui.ilUe.Kr. i"nd vVj,K jt"""'11-- ' Lw,nc,bur.ty., All Virginia and North Carolina 4 run-uId- jj C. W.HM1TH, O.u'l Muuw, H. lUcbuood, Virginia. W. VULLKK, tjM,' At't. p.,', O.W uupwlulandant. IIENDEH. Uwiaral oMcae, CotloiUia, Ky, Oan'l raaa. Cfc. BROWN, & Tht. iL r ( al