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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 15, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883061501_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: June 15, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. jfomt'lieeluii litfefwf lonfmiL VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. The Chetapeake and Ohio Railroad, STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE Singular failure nf Justice. 15, 1883. For lsp?psla, Coatlv enoaa. Rick NEW HrxUrlir, SERIES-NUMB- ER 155. W. P. WALTON, - - Editor and Proprietor I'libfafirit !i.no Ttirmtuiim unit AYifiria, iiait annum. In pavmatil of aub. tl'tliilirfpttniikthin,ol omfattlani not otff Ihraa tyn ti. trflMwilw'l an.l ttimpf tlim of ii. For the President. Tho dagger of Ilrutus in ado tlio trlumvirato and tbo ltoman ompo-rorand the world was dcaolatcl. Thoknifo of lUvillaoelow Henry tho fourth, and Richelieu dovaatatcd Franco to drlvo outProtcatantiam. Tho pktol of Booth killed Lincoln, taade Johaeon 1'retldont and kept the country in turmoil for yeara, coating tho Uvea of innocent thousands. Tho bullet of Quitcau alow Garfield and made Arthur President and tho republican party. In every country tho assassin-elec- t ed ruler Iim always been the causo of Tho given list woes innumerable might bo increased to formidable dimensions, but in every instance the result would bo lound tho aamo. Thero eeina to bo a fatality a:tcnd lag the meu called to rulo by the i, blow. Pcrhatss they ought not to bo held aceoitntablo for tho misfortunes which over attend them. It may bo that nature thua punish cslho nation which breeds an asaa- ain. This is tho most charitahlo con itructiou that cau le put upon tho oeaduct of tho man who now rules tho deatiniea of fifty million ot peo-pie. "Utile." did wo aay t It was a misnomer, wo should havo aid "trilles." Tho dude who occupies tho White llouso no more "rules" than doca tho Iwy who blacks his boots. Mr. K. J, Uonscrnt, a distinguished artist, aaid to a Courier Journal reporter in speaking of tho alwvo great highway: "I think I could spend fivo yeara of my life profitably on tho Chesapeake and Ohio road lietwccn Washington and Lexington, Ky. At many pointaontholinoof this road Isaw some of tho most magnificent scenery I over beheld, and I havo traveled extensively in Kuropo. As a triumph of engineering skill, this road, clearing its way through tho heart of gran ito mountains and spanning weird ravines, grim gulches and romantic chasms, challongca enthusiastic enco miums, nor can I withhold my admiration for tlu genius which conceived ami tho cntcrpriao which executed this grand pfthway amid obstacles apparently insurmountable For scenic beauty, blending tho graceful and picturesque with the rugged and suhlimo, I repeat, it is unsurpassed in this country or Kuropo. Emerging from this grand and majestic scenery by a graceful detour, a vision of great beauty, of which tho oye never wearies, bursts upon tho viow, meandering through landscapes oi teeming loveliness, diversified by groves and dalca and meadows, or amid peaceful homes and smiling villages, or along tho banks of streams which wind their ailvcry threads among tho adjacent hilli; panoramic views aro disclosed, adorned by uaturo when in her most lavish mood. Tho natural attractions of this great artery are indeed wonderful. It connects historic Virginia, crossing tho famous liluo Ridge and Alleghany rango of mountains, down tho wild and picturcsiue valleys of Greenbrier, Now and Kanawha rivers through tho beautiful Dlucgrass In my opinion region of Kentucky. it is tho finest road 1 ever traveled on in this or any other country." Senator Beck's Views. "Tho way I viow tho situation for A young ruffian was lalcly put nil a train on tho Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, on which ho was stealing n rido. Ho vowed that ho would havo vengeance Ho, watching his opportunity, ho placed an obstruction on tho rails in front of au approach' ing train. Tho locomotivo was thrown from tho track, and, careering on its sido, it pinned beneath it tho Master Mechanic of tho road, Mr. Hain,who was riding with tho engineer nnd firo man. Thcso latter escaped. Tho man under tho engine was literally roasted alivo, being ablo lo speak lo thoso who could not rescue Mm whilo ho suflored his last agonies. Tho young murderer took to tho mountains, whero ho was received and protected by outlaws who infest that portion of tho country. In tho face of a powerful resistance from these men tho fugitive was arrested and lodged in jail. Impartial people, intent only on the upholding of tho laws, hoped that thin uncommonly atrocious crime would be punished so teverely that its repetition would never bo attempted. Did tho people of the region whero this innocent man was murdered riso en masse, storm the jail, and hang tho murderer? Or was to ho 8jeedily tried and "railroaded tho penitentiary? No! ho was admitted to bail in n small amount, nnd is now at liberty to wreck more trains and tako tho lives of other innocent and estimable men. This is what pooplo outsido of Pennsylvania call a N. Y. Times. failure of justice. It Took. Bowery dealer iu clothing got hold of a chap tho other day who had a knowing look in his oyes and who strongly objected to paying 87 for a coat which ho had tried on. "Vhell, I doan say dat it is worth fccvcn dollar," replied tho dealer. "Then why do you ask it?" "Vhell, my oyes haf got so poor dot any pod y can pass badt money on me now. If I sold dot goat for seven dollar I should oxpect to git ono dollar in counterfeit money and two dollar in silver dot vitas plugged oop." "I guess I'll toko it," said tho stranger, after a pause, and ho scraped the bottom nf his pockets and hunted his wallet over for hills. "Dot is right young man, and I know you wouldn't sheat an olo mau The Proper Time lo Cut Otau. Tho report of tho analytical chemist of tho department of agriculture, summing up tho results of analyses of nearly all tho cultivated grasses, says: "It is apparent, then, that in most cases tho tirao of bloom, or thereabout, is the fittest for cutting grasses in order to obtain tho most nourishment nnd largest relatively profitable cropi and for tho following reasons: Tho amount of water has diminished and tho shrinkage will therefore be less. Tho weight of the crop will be tho largest in proportion to the nutri-tiv- o valuo of its constituents. The amount of nitrogen not present as albuminoids will bo at its lowest point, fiber will not bo so excessive as to prevent digestion, and tho nutritivo ratio will bo more advantageous. If cut earlier, tho shrinkago is larger, altho' the fiber is less and albumen is a little larger. The payability may be increased, but tho total nutriments to tho acre will not bo so large, and the nutritivo ratio will be more abnormal. Tho disadvantages of late cutting are evident in the increase of fiber, destroying tho digestibility of tho nutriments and the falling off of tho albuThis men by conversion into amides. is not mado up by the larger crop Olironlo IiUr rlxrx, Jaumllci. Impurity nf tlio Illootl, I'erer nJ Affile, Malaria, ml WALL PAPER! TRIMMED AND HEADY TO PUT ON, cansc't lir ! ran cement of Liter, llmci( and Kldnrja. SYMPTOMS OF A IISKASF.T I.IVEK. all Diseases Had llrrilh, Pila In ihe Side, aorattlmra lh mlitaUen for rain ll fell under lh Shouldtr-Uadc- , Rheumatism! general lHt of appetite) llowtra generally costive, sometimes alternating whhlaif ih head If troubled with pain, Ii dull and heavy. with coniidfrable lota of memory, accompanied with a painful actuation of leafing undona something which ought to hare been done; ft alight, dry cougn and flushed face if sometimes aa attendant, often miitaken for consumption. lh patient complalna of weariness and debility, nenrouf, easily startled j feel cold or burning, fometimea a prickly actuation DOndent, of Ihe akin caiatsi tplrita arc low and and. although satisfied that exercise would! Dent ficlal, yet one can hardly tummon up fortitude to try It la fact, distrusta every remedy, Several ofthcaborc symptoms attend the disease, but easea hart occurred when but few of them existed, yet examination after death has shown the Liver to have been extensively deranged. M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S Druggists nnd Booksellers, Opora House Block, Stanford, Ky It ahould be used by all persona, old and young-- , whenever any of tbe nbove ymptoms) appear. Persona Traveling or Llvinp; In Unhealthy Localities, by taking a dose occasionally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid an Malaria, lllllnue attacka, Dliilneu, Nausea, Urowsinesi, Depression of Spirits, etc. It will Invigorate like ft glass of wine, but la no lu toxJcatina; beverage. If Tou have eaten anything; hard ot digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or alecp lean at night, take a doa H. Stanford, G. - RUPLEYf Kentucky, MEltCIIANT TAII.O., and you will be relieved. cut." The Died Scott Decision. Tlino and Doctor' 11III vrlll be aaved by always keeping the Regulator In the Ifonee! For, whatever Ihe ailment may be, a thoroughly safe purgative, alterative and tonlo can never be out of place. The remedy Is harmless and doe not tnterfero with bualnea or pleaaure. IT IS rUHKLY VEflETAIlLn, And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects. Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use In my family fur some time, and I am satisfied It It a valuable addition to the medical aclence. J Cill Smubtib, Governor of Ala. Groceries, Provisions. &e., AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. -- ' A flovernor" Testimony. A I "He has not tho capacity to rulo. As a ward politician ho was n successas a statesman, ho ii a iailuro. His powers over limitod to tho narrow theatre whero "tho boys" aro omnipotentthe heelers and atrikers, who manage tho tolitica of n great city in ways that statesmen neither know nor caro to understand. Taken irom thia congenial atmosphere, by tho bullet of an assassin, he is a miserablo failure. Leiius have tho charity to iuiiixico be only obeys an inscrutable law of ruler nature, "that no assassin-electeWashingshall ever rulo wisely." ton Gazette. A St. Louis burglar made a clean And can snpply it in any quantity. sweep of all tho valuable presents givmitsoro eyes." Tho coat was bundled up nnd tho en to tho nowly married acions of two houses. After all the pawn stranger disappeared in a lively mau-ne- upper-t- en The dealer turned to tho cash brokers in tho city had refused to ad on tho counter, carefully examined vanco him anything on the lot he sat each pieco and thero was a heavenly down and wrote tho bridegroom a vo-r- y insulting letter, charging him with amilo on his face as ho chuckled out: Hind Him Nit to Harry Her. ware "Only ninety ccnta badt mousy uut fraud in palming off story is Iwing whisered Tho DEA1EKS IN- some uf dot blentygoot enough to put on an innocent burglar. He wound arouud that aomo tinio ago months, 4i by saying the glittering junk could up iu do shildren'a 'savings bank!" not yeara an eminent Boston phiGf-Jaon be found under a certain wood-pi- le Wall Street News. losopher felt tho need of a wife, pre' a certain lot, and hoping that he Traveler, sumably to comfort his declining Tncks on a years. Choosing umaug his lady acAndrem Dam, of the Union Square would have better luck at the silver Philadelphia quaintances a rather bright woman, Hotel, told mo a story tho other day and golden wedding. Press. posseuod of considerable property, that is too good to bo lost. It appears TVoodon It is tho first year, according to and tho one who tells this story, he that among the guests at the hotel was oflerod himself to hor. Tho lady was a maiden lady from tho rural districts. Geyelin, the domestic hen produces In concluding his speech in his re presumably surprised; at any rato alio Dam noticed that about i) o'clock eve- only 15 or 20 eggs; in its second, 100 cent debate with Mr. Godby, Bro. refused him decidedly, and, as alio Tho Government Printing Office at ry night she would como down stairs, or more, up to 120; in its third year, Briney is reported to have said: of thought, finally. Ho, however, per- Washington has no rival iu tho print- got a pitcher of water and return to from 120 to 135, and here the climax "When I entered in this debate, I of fertility is reached; in its fourth sisted in his wooing bo manfully and ing art in tho world. Ou ono occa- her room. did it partially to find out my oddo so vigorously that in desperation aho sion "copy" was turned in from tho "Ono night," he said, "I made bold year, it produces from 100 to 115; in nent Is he a man of honor and can- Salt, Lixno, Comout, Field Soods, Plows and Farming GO to 80; in its sixth, told him that if ho would "cease to alar-roImploinonta. Call and soo tho genuine Hamilton Plow. trial, which made, when to speak to her and asked her why sho its fifth, from dor? I have found him out. I am tho bell for a boll-bohis suit she would give him to from 50 to GO; in its teventh, from 35 thoroughly satisfied, aud say to you, I proas printed, 331 octavo page. The copy did not ring to 40; in its eighth, from 15 to 20; in and ho took it. Why not? A was chiefly original paper and ac- bring to her." am ashamed that I havo been caught man capable of marrying for money counts, which could not bo cut into "Hut there is no boll in my room." its ninth, from 1 to 10. The fertility with him. I wanted to givo him a would bo capablo of taking a nice lit- "takes," iu tho files had to bo return"No bell in your room, madam rises quickly to its summum in the farther test. This I have dono and tle sum to "cease pressing his suit." It ed to the Postollico Department. Pray let mo show you, aud with that third year of life, and more slowly now I am satisfied. Old Path Guide. is to be hoped tho lady gave him the When tho court opened the noxt I took tho pitcher of ico water in my fade) to its disappearance in tho tenth A young woman married au old change iu Canadian dimes and trade morning, thovolumoof 331 pages was hand and escorted her to her apart year of life. . world is widower in Tannerville, Ga., and she Chicago dollars. Tho highest bridge in the upon tho tables of tho lawyers and tho ment. Then I pointed to tho knob of love with his son, who was -- ATJudgo. Another feat, was tho com- tho electric boll. Sho gazed at it with said to bo the railway viaduct of Gar-- soon, fell in Swapping Dotart at the Bar. is probably tho larg- a sort of holy horror and then ex- abit, iu Franco, now being erected about her own age. Tho matter was Tuesday morning a man, evidently pletion of what over a river in the department of Cen iully discuised by tbe trio, and all a stranger in this part of the country, est singlo order for printing issued, claimed: "Dear me! Ia that a bell? Why, tal. The bridge has a total length of agreed that it would bo better for her entered a saloon on Main street, throw namely, 50,000,000 ot labels in red told mo that was the about 1,880 feot aud near tho middle to become the wife of the son. The down an American dollar and called ink for tho Troaaury Department. tho hall-bosignal aud that I must novor of the great centre arch, which is one transfer was amicably mado by the flue for a drink. Tho barkeeper waited Tho job required 1,000 reams of - I'OIt of tho noteworthy features uf the means of ft divorce. Siuco then tho on him and handed back a Moxicau paper and $1,000 worth of rod ink. It touch it, except in caso of fire!" "And thatsighed Andrew "is how structure, the height from the bed of old mau has married tho looked first at tho was completed within six days after dollar: Tho mau saved himself tho troublo tho river to tho rail is 413 feet. The mother and tho rearranged family is tho hall-bodollar and then at the barkeeper, then the order was received. for tho "Man viaduct waa commoncod iu 1881 aud ia harmonious and happy. in a tone of surpriso ho asked: "Is An English paper says tho wife of a of going to bo completed next y oar. Tho cost About Town" in N. Y. Star. Catarrh I the wed of conauuipllon, and barthis all right, stranger?" The laborer was found recently hanging by is estimated at about 8000,000. unltM taken in time U a Tf ry lianr rou in tho affirmative tho neck from tho branch of a tree keeper answered Not long aiuco I took a traiu ou the A successful strawberry raiser near dlaeaae. llall'n Catarrh Cure never fail Tho man gazed arouud in point-blannear her rcsidouco, and although Ronnington fc Rutlaud Railroad, leav Kama City, picked 4,500 quarts of to cure. Price 76o Bold ly l'enny & Mc astonishment. "Is that tho way you brought forward at tho inquest ing Rutland at 1 o'clock. Iu front of berries last Bcason on one acre of A Hater. Such as Oliver Flown, Meikle and Avery Double Shovel, and the Brinkley do business in this country?" he ask pointed clearly to Harrow combined. Turning and single and Double Shovel and tho mo sat a lady and a Iwy. Tho con- ground, that had been subsoiled to tho PILES! PILES! PILES! No farmer should be without it. ed. Acain he wai answered in tho jury expressed mo opinion umi nor ductor camo along, punched her tick- dopth of oightceu or twenty iuches . lie-i(itu'a Arm Dltrovvru or "Stranger," said tbo death resulted from inflammation of et aud asked, "how old ia the boy?' previous to planting. These lib sold affirmative. for 81,150 gross. He believes that I'll U a radlial change from the old remedies wan, "I'm ,going to slay hero. I've the bowels and rheumatism iu tho "Ten yeara old said sho, subsoiliug tho strawberry ground is beratofur In use. The Dlnotcrj la lb result of been hunting for this town, lo, these kuccs. This verdict docs not compare "Wo collect half fare from all children tbo noxt best tlilug to irrigation, anu yearsof ratlentickullScsluJy and Iniratlgatloo Into lo character of thlepsluruldlseaa. Tocou. many years. Thia is tho first place favorably with that made by a Wes- leu yeara old or more," Baid ho. The that ft should always be practiced Tloce you el lis great merit, call oo Ieimy 1 McAIUler, Stanford, or W. U. Waber, Ml. Vrroon, I ever aaw whero a man could swap tern jury iu our own land "Mode up lady hesitated, colored somewhat and where irrigation ia not feasible. t oi rbarg. aud get a aaiupla buz dollars' and get a drink to boot. I'm by a bllcr" which, although wanting said: "Ho will not bo ten until about We have it Imitation Walnut. W bo cau etlluat lb auiOuut of buuiau mll.r going to send for my family and nil in literary finish, had tho merits of 10 o'clock The conductor ou good authority that an excellent lug caused by cay u (ud cvvoAf Aud who the numed wood the ber ol Urea uudeiuuutd and lot! by uetlrclliigjutt Laredo (Tex) Times. brevity, directness, and harmony with also colored and passed, while the Btaiu for giving my brothers." appearano e of black walnut, may bo a cough? Uiowii'a Kipwtutaut will cum tils And the Best' iu The Market, tlio Mayllold Harper's Weekly. passengers smiled. made and applied aa follows: Take rouuulf Miico a cbanca. t'rlct. fifty aaeula. Fur The Knlerjir'ue aaya that Ileubou tho facts. Elevator. A McAIUler, Biaufurd, lud W. M as All diteane reaullliiK from Kuropo has just produced a crop of Brunswick black, thia it down with tale by I'auny Fletcher, of Leo county, has tweuty Water, lit. Vaiuoa. debility, mental anxiety, dexress. beet root sugar estimated at 2,000,000 turpentine until it is about the right Tho unrivalod Jewel Range Cook Stoves, Step Stoves, Tinchildren, of whom soveutoou are boys nervous J. T. Morrison, ol Wurlblugtou, InJ., aaya ou tono and color, then add about Ion of tplrlt and functional derangement of ware, Bird Cages, Barbed and Annealed Wire, "' like a charm tons. Iwo thirds of all the sugar and threo girls, all by one wife, who iu bulk of varniah. This botlle ol Uruwu'a Eaiwctoraut worked wonduful cuf nervous sjateni, cured by German Invigo-ratois mixture, itia Baid, will dry bard and Iu bit family. Il licomliued of lie A is yet a stout vigorous woman. Tho Liae, Salt, Otneat, Flatter Parii, &c. A gweral itek of Grmttoi, For sale by consumed in Euroiwan countries gee admliieiutnt. McAIUler, rative quallllte. KoraaUby Fanny I WeodM, China and GUuware. produced from tho beet root. take varnish well. youngest ia this brood Is 17 yeara old. Penny & McAIUler. blaiiford, tod W. U. Wbr, Ml. Vernon. tho next Presidential campaign isthii: Tho majority of tho pooplo ot tho Uni ted States are tired of what you might call republican boasism, but do not think yet that wo can lie trusted, We have a majority of tho next Congress, and tho result will depend upon what wo do. If wo organize and go honestly to work to legislato for tho good of tho whole country, put down monopolies without disturbing industry, carry a genuine reform of tho civil servico into effect and keep clear of tho idea that power is to be used only to political Iricnds, wo will elect tho next President. Tho contest will ho ono oi ideas of this character, nnd will not lw nUected by the dillercnres of opinion on tho tariff. Personally I am a liberal trader; some of my friends bclievo in protection; but theao thing will not influence us much. Tho vital questions aro so great that I do not care to speak about men. There isn't any ono man big enough to stand for them no ono who lowers over tho others so greatly that he may be looked upon as tho ouly fit mau to represent tho principles now at issue" d Many ot our readers have Been frequent references to the famous Dred Scott decision without knowing its history. Tho following will post thorn: Dred Scott was a negro slave in Missouri, who was taken by his master to Illinois in 1834. Thero slavery was prohibited, and Scott married and lived thero four years. In 1838 his master took him to Minnesota Territory, whero slavery was also prohibited by tho act of 1820. From there Scott was taken back to Missouri and maltreated. He brought suit for damages, claiming that, by reason of his resideuco iu froe territory, he was a tree man. His owuer denied that ho was a citizen or could aue. Tho Missouri State Court gave judg ment in favor of Scott, but after some jimo the case was appealed to the U. S. Supremo Court, which declared that Scott was not a person, but a chattel, and that hia owner had a right to tako him anywhere in tho Union and retain his ownership. Hon. Alrxnmlrr If. Rtenhena, of tayt: Have derived aome benefit from the use Simmons Liver Krgubtor, and with to give it a further trial. a., of EH. Deal G. BRIGHT, St. Asaph Block, r en to call attention to the Large and Comprehensive Stock of Cignt-H- , pepsia, Liver Aflection and Debility, but never have found anything to benefit Vne to the extent Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Minnesota to Georgia for it, and would tend funher for such a medicine, and would advbe all who are similarly affected to give It a trial aa it seems the only thing that never fails to relieve. I' M. Jankt, Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. T. W. Mason nays I From actual experience In the use of Simmons Liver Regulator In my practice 1 hare been and am satisfied to use and prescribe it as a purgative medicine. I 'The only Tiling; that never fall to Relieve- .- I have used many remedies for Dys- GroccriCH, ProviiouH, ConrcctloiicricH, Tttlmfco, ft Ac, Which he keeps aluaja on hand. Makes a specially ol IlaaJltng Uoodt Goods delivered within town limits freeof charge, . Wholeaala on Small Trolls. "TTAe i.- - ii. only the Genuine, which alway Wrapper the rod Z Trade-Mar- k It. ZKILIN A CO. nV ALL DRUGGISTS - J. What Awful Snjbs There Are in Brookln. r. pot-met- Talking of tokens and mementoes, &c., vrnat do you suppose I saw in tbe window of the leading carpet store, in lirooklyn the other day 7 1 here were a thousand persons crowded around, gazing at a big crimson rug with a bluo and gold border, and a card on it saying: "There is the rug Presi dent Arthur stood on at the reception in the Academy of Music after the bridge opening." They gazed at it as though it wero n god. "Mr. Smith," I asked tho chief salesman in the store, "what is that rug worth?" "Fivo hundred dollars." "Why, I can get lots like it atWarp & Woofs for 850 each." "Yes; but the President hasn't stood on them. We would have sold this one for 850 three days ago." Yesterday I passed the store. The rug was gone. "Did you get 8500 for it?" I asked. "Yes," replied Smith; "and might just as well have got 81,000." In dianapolis Journal. AITD sJLeiisriEiss dot Feed SITLaiBLIE! shop. Hates reii- - !, Nice lot oi' Horses and Fine Turnouts. son able. Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. gwra I also deal in' CO AIm? A. T. KUK JtfEMEY. Stanford, Ky. A. OWSLEY & SON, -- Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, s and Willowwaro, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, ute $1,-000- ," y ice-wat- ozf:e:r.a. zkcottsie block. 1 Inter-Ocean- HEADQUARTERS fire-alar- W. H. H1GGINS Farming Implements, one-hor- P 's y Sholf ifardwaro, Iron, Spokes, Horso Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, k o i-- n Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking Valley Corn Shellers, rump Ve-e- Evans9 Corn Drills, Hand Corn light-color- Planters, one-twent-ieth , r. 9Z .ii The Governor hat snnolnted Col Ja. work over done by a succeed Criminal Court In Kentucky was nt Flannsgan, of Winchester, to Judge 11. F Huekner.of the Tenth Judic Bar-not- t, Mt, Sterling Wednesday. John ial District, who resigned on account of who was on trial for tho murder salary. lien. Grant has promised to loin a June 15, 1883 of Vaughan Helton, finding that ono Frisky Morning, of hi party had turned Btato's evi- number of art treasures, gathered In dillf parts of tho world, to the Louisville EDITOR dence, withdrew his plea of not guilty W. P. WALTON. Kipotllion. He has: been assured that himself on and pleading guilty throw inch an art will be regarded by the South tho mercy of tho jury, which after n ern people with e'wrial Inttiest. DK.HOCH.lTJC TICKKr. short retiromont, returned n verdict On June .10 next, the older of Knights ros oovJtasox, of imprisonment in tho penitentiary of Honor Ins been in existence ten rears IIO.V. XXOTT, . 'Of Marlon. for life. His confederates, fivo in and the day Is to be celebrated by appro" i, , tin aumlier, put up tho same plea and priate ceremonies. To dale the order has CAPT.' JAMES K. lltSPMAlf, paid to sick brothers and to deceased tho same jury in less than an hour's Of Adair. brothers' widows and orphans, $12,000,000. time, had given all of them lifo senHenry Watterton U Mill In New York rot ATTOSSKV OENKalL, p. ir. lunmx, tences for tho cowardly raurdor. Jus and has spent some time with Tllden. He OfMtrrtr. tice to bo cffcctlvo must bo quick nnd says he Is not Mr. Tlldcn's mouth-piecFOa AUDITOR, suro and theso trials will do much to but nothing has passed between them PAYKTTB IMWKTT, rcatoro law and order in that lawless which leads him to modify the frequently Of Hardin. expressed opinion that no power on earth region. 4 ro TaauauaKi, would induce the Sage of Gramercy to ac : James ir. tatk, Tho Rothschilds own $100,000,000 cent the Presldencr. There ia no mistake OfFraoHln. United States bonds, or nearly ono however, as to his health having been resrot itomuor undojficic, JOHN a. CECIL, quarter of all tho bonds that nro out. tored. g A dcxen Northern capitalists nre or rise. Thoy aro said to havo invested thus to lease the Mammoth Cave for twenroa ItiriatMTIRDIIfT fudlic wstbuctiok, heavily for tho reason that tho politic- ty rears, with all Its buildings, Ac. and will JOS. DKSITA PICKETT, al and social systems of Europo nro erect new buildings. They will also fit up Of Pajctta. in an uncertain condition. Vander one portion of the cavern for theatrical enroa ititk aiKiTa, sioiitEcxTii piaiaicT, of the maj. p.p. nreirtxr, Lilt is still tho largest American hold- tertainments and as the temperature OfCMfr; care is never above 51, and the air is al- er of U. S. bonds, though tho amount wars delichtfullv still and dry. both roa sarsntiTATiVK lwcols ceusvr, in his nnmo has decreased during the audiences and players, In the hottest part jvdqs t. p. niLUjn. last year from $50,000,000 to $37,- - of July and August, can be ai comfortable The Cincinnati Enquirer Wednes- 000,000. Mrs. A. T. Stewart has as In the coiiest city theatre. n General Crook has encamped at Silver and Mr. Flood, of California, day contained six columns of n Creek sixtv miles south of Tombstone. He in regard to tho Ashland crime, $15,000,000 completely surprised the Indian camps of for which Ellis has been hung and People would forget that thcro had Chatlo and Bonlta in a stronghold in the Craft condemned to death with Ncal over been a set of men calling themheart of the Sierra Madros, and after a brief sure to follow, n dozen or more inno- selves a Greenback Party, if ono or skirmish, 'in which seven Indians were cent people killed and wounded and two of them did not occasionally get killed, he captured all in the camps. He theStato taxed to tho amount of over together and nominato a candidate for has altogether three hundred and eighty- $00,000. Tho gist of the long story somo office. Tho lost heard of this three prisoners. He did not lose a single The is that Detective Burnett has, after littlo band of brothers is in Ohio, man during the entire expedition. fiolit nrctirred on tho ICth of May. The found where they havo just nominated ono two years of unceasing labor, prisoners have about five thousand dollars that his theory of the murder is cor- Charles Jenkins for Governor, and a in money and valuables. real by arresting a negro in Columbus, full ticket for tho other Stato offices. An idiot who believes that Uuitcaa a O., who was found with a ring and othcurse caues it all says: "The death of Dial. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Attorney CorkhiH'a wife was the first event er jewelry belonging to the dead girls 's A mob took a negro rsplst from the which could bo called a fulfillment of and who after seeing that denial was nronhecr. Juror Hobbi wife died. and Ining of no avail confessed that he and two jail at Hickman, Tuesday night Surgeon Gen. Barnes, an Important witness, other negroes committed tho rape and him. One of the Harnett gang of despera- died. Judge Porter's health la said to be murder and that Neal, Craft and El- does in jail in Jit. Sterling, Ky., has turn- wrecked. Marshal Henry, Baillfl Stahl, lis are iunoccnt men. It is believed ed informer. Detective McElfresh, jail wagon guard, There are thirteen and a half million! Pcrrv Carson and tho driver, James Leon at Ashland at Catlottsburg, and coinn ard, were dutniiucd from eervice. Mr. No cided in elsewhero, that tho whole of gallon of wliiakr In bond in tlie district. ble, a young and important witness, died. matter has been engineered to save The Star Itoute jury in still wrestling Hicks has been libelled. Dr. tho miserable rascals, with the cue, with one or two of them Kev. Dr. tho necks of Grav. another expert, was shot in a Ulica who from the evidence adduced before drunk it laat accounta. asylum and l)t. McDonald bin been, or is two juries, bo richly deserve tho denth Fine rains have visited nil portion of the subject of investigation In connection Virginia and dispelled the gloom produced with his administration of Wood's Island, fixed for their crimes. by tho protracted drouth. N. Y. Mike Shehan.'ono of the jury has The republican papers aro telling The estate of the late Henry Bell, at gone craiy. how an awkward master of ceremo- Lexington, has been appraised at $140,112.-11- , FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE mostly in L. & N. railroad stock. nies placed Mr. McDonald and Mr. trial The proceedings of the Hendricks next to each other at a LR.VIHI3 THIS printed in small type cover over 0,000 pabanquet at Indiauapolis, and how they 102 SlIACKT.EWELl. LANE, ges, octavo site, or about 1,2.50,000 words. sat there for two solid hours without Dai-ttoLondon, F.. May 23, '83 There are G53 patient) in the Anchorrecognizing each other. This is bad age Asylum, of which 181 are colored. Dtar Interior: Fresh from nn Exeter Hall "May meetif true, but it is natural thattheee two There were 85 deaths during the Cecal ing" let mo jot down as best I can, what year. ten liftmen should feci a jealousy of At Lexington Wednesday, Jacob Wil- happened, if per adventure your readers each other. Mr. McDonald should liams was sentenced to the penitentiary for may get some idea of what is going on ilay however be magnanimous and seek to lite for the murder of Frank Pearce at and night during this "Merry, merry, month of May," among the English religbridge the bloody chasm. He is de- Midway. The Republican Executive Committee ious workers. For it is quite a National cidedly on lop in the Presidential of Mississippi Tuesday, completely ignor- centre this famous Exeter Hall. All who boom and can afford to overlook the ed Chalmers and declared against the In- can afford it, come up, onco at least duill feeling that Hendricks, Who is a ring the period from all parts of the Uni dependent. dead cock in tho pit, evidently enterThe mother of Mary Anderson, the ted Ringdom, and many slay the entire tains for his greatest rival. actress, gave biith to a bouncing boy this month out : Which amount of dissipation, is over CO I should think, would unfit them from The Louisville Commercial, one of week. SheDearly CO. and her husband, Dr. sheer exhaustion, for doing much during Griffith, in the most valued of our exchanges, A. on Monday night did the remaining eleven months in the year. finding ita old presses insufficient to much damage In some parts of Kansas. In All sorts of good causes, varying from ttry do tho work necessary for their rap- the Tillage of Industry, Clay county, nnly good to questionable, are represented, but a description of one will answer lor all. idly increasing circulation, has pur- two liou ' were left standing. This particular meeting in which I had A company of capitalists are prospect chased a fast new ono and is now able ing in Tennessee with a view to building a the honor and pleasure of taking part, was to accommodate every body with the new railroad from Nashrille over the the annual gathering of the Wm. Noble best two cent paper in the country. Cumberland plateau to Kuoxville. wing of the great Blue Ribbon Army. I Since Allison, DiukenBpiol and Ridge-le- y Berj. I Porter, a brother of General have before written that the movement is have taken hold of it, the Com- Porter, military commander of the Creek a National one, and given you my judgmercial has bad a regular boom, and Nation, was found dead in the streets of ment of its deeper significance In connecwhen this we aro delighted to seo merit so liber- Okmulkee, Indian Territorf, shot throngh tion with the good time coming the heart. nation will recognise her identity with ally rewarded. Helen Matkovltch, who attempted to lost "Israel" Little is that thought of is not often that wives hang shoot King Milan, of Bulgaria, In October now, and those who know it, and proclaim themselves because they happen to last, was found dead in prison Sunday at it, must bs content to ha adjudged fanatics, lose their husbands by death, but Belgrade. She Is supposed to have com- until the truth comes out In popular form. Forlorn hopes will he an Indipenssble fea Mrs. Julia , Wheeler at Bridgeport, mitted suicide. Considerable excitement was caused in ture of victories for truth, as long as the Ala., was au exception, for tho clods Lexington by the postlnir'of an erroneous devil carries things, with a high hand. had hardly settled on the grave of her bulletin upon one of the newspaper offices, Well, this part of the Bluo Kibbnn ral old man before her body was found stating that l'hil Thompson had been shot ly, leing duly advertised, came off about, swinging in tbo garret Irom a rope by a brother of Walter D.tvis. llin Jolph Tucker dropped dead at his at last, and was In every sense quite a sucfasteued to tho rafters. The average as those most Interested declared with wife is too anxious for achanco to residence in Petersburg, Va,, aged 72, He cess, left the United States Navy fur the Confed- much enthusiasm. My own particular win another husband to give way to erate Navy at the beginning of the war, part in the programme, wan to speak fifteen grief to tho foolish extent that Mrs. and at the close entered tho Peruvian navy. minutes when my turn came, and the dear Wheeler did. President II. D. Whitcomb advertises LOUD gavo grace, as lie always does, to People who paBS over tbo Ken- the letting of the graduation, masonry and speak "a word in season." The devil tried trentle-woron 38 miles of tho upper Kanto prevent even that, for he made me sick tucky bridgo of tho (J. S. R. R. im awha Division of the Ohio Central K. It. during the morning. But a drop of oil agine wk&u they look' do wa from their Bids will bs oened St' Charleston, W. Va., and a word of prayer drove him away, and dizzy height to tho river below that it June 21, what would have been a day of fatigue is the highest bridge iu the world. Ilobt. Lee, late P. M. at Uriskell, Ala. passed with scarcely a sensation of I was quits busy during the There are oae or twehigher and an las, bad man. He forged thirteen names other is being built in France, which to his official bond for $20,000 and also the earlier part of tho day In arranging for the justice's signature and seal. When a gov- voyage of dear friends to New York, A will bo 413 feet, just 137 feet higher ernment ofliwr went tu arrest him for un- few days ago Miss Morscnian, of Ocean than tho Kentucky wonder. lawfully dealing- iu stamps, he shot him Grove, New Jersey, with Miss Beach, her . M r at the Faith Cure, and Miss coat of tho Brooklyn Bridgo twice and killed his horse from under him, Tub he quietly walked oil and is Sallle Llndenlierger, our dear friend of was bo creat that to enable its owuers after which still at large. He U charged with three former days, from Louisville, Ky , came to to make a living profit on their inmurders In'MifsluIppi. the citr from Italy and Switzerland. The In tolls must vestment 81,000 per day The Court of Appeal has affirmed the two former go on to America, while Miss be collected. So far tho receipts have decision of the Woodford Circuit Court, L. remains for awhile in London. They sot averaged $500 ami it begins to which sentenced Frank Steele to the peni- sail on the "City of Borne" from Llierpool, look like tho owners had a whito elo tentiary for killing W. O. Welch, and re- Wednesday. I had scarcely finished the versed that of the Lyon Circuit Court necessary preliminaries for their voyage, phant on their hands. which gave John Ifanejr a life sentence for and was eating dinner with the pleating Tun talk about Col. Joues ruuuing killing Albert Gracy, The reversal was prospect of a comfortable afternoon of rest independently for goveruor teouis to made because the lower Court excluded the before the night meeting, when a message me to be dying out. We do not suppose dying declaration of Graoy, who said he from dear Bro. Noblo summoned had brought the trouble ou himself and Exeter Hall, where a Blue Ilihhon conferthe Col. ever entertained seriously ence was being held. I bolted my food, did not blame Ilaney. such an idea, though a few forehead On the --Mlh of last December, after and was off in hot haste for the "scene of democrats and the republicans en ruining hU daughter, N. I Dukes shot action" which I found no unmeaning m4Ud advised him to "demand his ind killed Capt. A. U Nutt at Ueiontown, phrase in this cue. I wns sorry afterwards Pa, Shoitly alterward, ho was tried and that I had not eaten my dinner In jace. I rights at the polk" Wedmsday afternoon James found a rather stormy debate going on. It acquillt-d- , The Massachusetts doctors don't Nutt, elihwt.nuu of Dukes' victim, shot the is tho old story of all religious movements, tanker after the society of tho fe- - layer of his father four limes through the after they get under good headway the sale EscuUpIiw, and sho has beeu body in the legion of the heart, killing .tavll lniitlni brethren to "fall out bv the to their association him Instantly, and the general verdict will way." An ancient tretotalar wasou Lis refkwed adw-Wfeet when I entered, declaiming against be "served hint right." by a vote of C2toC8. Sciwi-MtcM- s 3nf criirOMnral Tub quickest STANPOED, ICY. -- uivr.-oovmsn- $30,-000,0- Qui-lean- Lei-ingto- Star-rout- n, wind-stor- It hand-bille- k , fellow-worke- modern innovations, and stoutly upholding the "old paths." It grieved his honest old soul to find himself comparatively stranded while younger men were heading a movement In which he once was an honored leader. And so tho old, old scene was once mn;s enacted. "And then was a strife among the disciples, as they walked by the way as to whs should bs greatest," I f this was the bane l the 'College of the A ponies," Is It any wonder It should be lbs curse of Synods, Presbyteries, Conferences, Convocations, Councils ami what nott I have seen mi much of it, in my time, among the best nf men, that I was not surprised to Gnd It creeping Into the Noble Blue Bib-bo- n movement. Al the close of a hot discission, Bro. Noble came In with a closing speech, nt like himself and which proved to be oil upon the water, for the LOUD gave a meeting right on the heels of this unbrotherly strife, full of power ind blessing. All of which emphasizes the glorious fact that the LOUD does not disdain to use very "earthen vessels" to bear His priceless gospel "treasure;" and that thus using us, He is not for a moment to be supposed as endorsing us in all our ways. Some of these may bo very hateful tolllm, and yet He will use us. Yes, and praise iu too ai far as He can. When He called Job the best man He had nn earth; knowing, as we do, how poorly he endured, and how much that was wrong cropped out of hlm'linder trial, we feel that his approval as the best man In the world was any thing but a compliment to the rest of mankind But wo also learn the sweet lesson that the dear LOUD Is good, If we are bad, and that He puis up with a lot of chaft for the sake of the grains of wheat He knows to be at the bottom of the heap, and lovingly rccognites the good there is in us, In spite of the evil with which it is mixed. There ia nothing thai gives one more cjuifort in its wsy than the word "He knoweth our frame, he remcinberclh that we are dust." Surely He does, arid loves and uses us notwithstanding all. Eteter Hall was crowded to Its utmost capacity by the Bluo Uibbonites. Steven son Blackwood, Ktq., so well known thro' his hook, to many In America, was in the chair. He is a man of superb presence, tall, symmetrical in form and very hand some in face. He has carried the simple gospel of the grace of God Into many a ; for he Is drawing room in the ' an aristocrat and one of the few 'noblo-"called." The choir had oOO ones that are voices in it volunteers and solos were rendered by Miss Mary Davies, a lovely Welsh young lady, of great personal attractiveness and the voice of bn angel. Hers was also volunteer service. The speakers, after the Chairman, who always makes the opening address at the'e stereo-type- d gatherings, were first a clergyman of the Church of England; then Dr. Monroe Gib-on- , formerly of Chicago, who has now a Presbyterian church In London; then the "Mountain Evangelist;" then a Counsellor at Law; and laat and best Bro. Noblo. The audience was in the bet of humor; clapped and applauded vociferoualy on the least provocation; and left no one to complain that they were not applauded. A British audience will have its way in this. In vain you laise a deprecating band, or utter a mild protest. They will applaud your very remonstrance, with deeper emphasis. An instance of this occurred during the meeting I am describing that will illustrate the matter. Mr. Blackwood after announcing that Her Grace the Duchess of Sutherland had donned the blue ribbon, which "brought down the house" uproariously, went on to remark that he had another item of intelligence, "I am credibly informed, that even now the Government has, laid liefore it renetred apiaust) a memorial (stonns cf protongal ditto.) Mr. lUackwood waring hi hand, "You are all wrong (applauee) wait till I am done before you applaud," (renewed clapping) "A memorial" itorm$ of approval) "A memorial, (such a din that he had to wall for it to subside before going on) "from the brewers, spirit dealers and licensed victuallers of Sheffield (roars of good humored laughter), praying that relief may begrant-efrom the fanatics (roars) who are obstructing the course of trade, (laughter) damaging the revenue (hear, bear, and laughter) and bringing ruin upon honest industries." (prolonged'cheering ) And so It went on all the evening. Ten o'clobk was almost u us before the assembly adjourned. After the Inevitable collection, which did not pay eipenes by 30 I preached a little sermon on the pounds. real meaning of the Blue Uibbon as given in Numbers XV; alluded to the National feature of the movement, without obtruding on the subject of the Nation's Identity with lost Israel; as many were not "able to bear" that; then showed them that ai Blue was Ood's Love Color from tho beginning, it ought to stand with us for His greatest Love gift Jesus: so that a blue ribbon was not to remind me of what J had done my pledge my purpose; but of what God had done, and what Jesus had (tower to do, since His resurrection from the dead with "all ower In heaven and on earth" committed ta Him, so that tho drunkard need not despair as ho looked on the little blue token for Jesus could and would take away his appetite for strong drink; the backslider need not fear to say "rejoice not over me O mine enemy; for when I fall, I wilt ariteajain," InaUadof being discouraged and yielding to the devils temptation not to "try again" for did not the "ribbon of blue" tell of the dear Jesus, who 'Wenty times seven" a day, would lake us back if we but returned to Him. And that is the only way one can "wear tho blue" and not be ashamed of It at times. As a token of my purOM to abstain from intoxicating liquors, the power of It would soon weaken; but once let It be a sign of what Jesus would do for me, Instead of what I would do for Him, aud every day would witness a stronger desire to "wear His colors." The dear LOUD gave me favor with the people, and when 1 asked Bro, Noble to put a blue rlbbou On me, then and (here, as the livery of my trust Iu what Jesus bad done and would do for mt; and while doing it 1 took him In my arms with t good old fashioned hug, to mark my personal affection and gratitude to him, the unpre r-West-Endd meditated act seemed to "get away" with John Bull, for you would have thought the roof wsa being lifted with the deafen-enlnsuccession of plaudits, in the midst of which 1 sat down. When the public can bear It, and the LOUD opens the way, I shall put It an In the shape of the blue mm, I mentioned In my last. For this Blue Uibbon movement (mark It well), will surely rulmlnato in the English recognition nf their Identity with lost Israel. Meanwhile it will tout nt nomtthing la wear the blue In England nnd America; but the "Well done" Is not far ahead, and "for the joy set before us," we may like one nf old "endure the cross" as "seeing llliu who is Invisible." to other errs. What an honorl We begin at lllghgatr, Friday ntghl, if the LOUD will. I think we shall lis In the "provinces" soon, as all outside crest London la called. At least Marls and I will. We shall keep our lodgings at Bro. Griffith's as "headqtlsrlers," and a few hours bf rail can bring the family to any point in the "United Kingdom," if it be desirable they should join us We have not here the "magnificent distances" ol America, and cannot be far separated, as there. Pray for us dear friends, that "utterance may be given." That ia all. Ever in Jeus. Geo. O. I! A HNKx. g FHByWSfeto PHARMACIST! 9UIC s& fn T lX -- Mtlt.fcM IK- - - "Nsi -7- Cf.ft iffr fr'tC ys 7vvVrt a 4PJ DruKn, Bonks, Stationery Ml ? 'fW TKLTA'Afi '" tfArcrf. nnil rnoy Articles. ' -- fhjayrlana' rnrilrll"ii aceuratrly rompouriilsJ, Al I JKilfaXKIlNJXTUB - ilS?rlSsfe rTHrl,JEui'i2ij Largest. Slork or Wnlolirs, Silverware Clocks, Jewelry Kre r brought lo Itil market. Itlrrs Ufr thn IhsUwMt. Walrhe.Ciiwit an.l Jswelry on short nolle and Warrant!. A FEW IACTS For Farmers ! If You Want .1 Reaping or Mowing Machino Mnilool tli Vorr llvnt MhIitIiiI, liny llio IibihiIh. yon want llic .Mom I Durable Machine, liny iIioChhhipImh. If Ifyna want a M aeli I tie wlilcli lutn 1nnn Rood service la Iblsj county for "22 eoaneeiitUeyear'," liny llio CIihiiiiiIoii. ITjoii want (ho MroiiKCNt ami at llic Manic lime (lie MkhchI Illuming ami bout liiiliinvetl Machine, hay the Champion. iryou want a Much I ne that will harveMl Mtict'CNMtiilly vvvry bay orerotix, nailer the iiiohI aafuvorahle. clrciiiuMlttncrn, llio Cliiunploii. II toii want a Machine, for cnttlnc Hurley, OnH. Wheal, Hye or C'loicr tluiCaay twohorscMcaa pull, bay llic I.IrhI Coaler- Cut Champion llcnpcr. Ifjoii want a Mower Ihat will do kooiI Hervlec la any Itlinl of graNM or clntcr, buy llio Champion Mower. irynu want a Machine to trim a licit Re, liny llm Aew ciiiuh-plo- u vh-rlely Garrard County DEPARTMENT. IIOIIT. II. WISHI', Eilltor. LANCASTER. Pet-coc- Mr. Sam Peacock and family left Monk day afternoon for K'till Springs, Mr. wilt haye charge of the Springs during tho coming season. Foil SALE A double seated l'bieton, made by the celebrated Seller Carriage Co. of Versailles. It is as good as new, has been used but little. Apply to J. M. Lo'.'it gan, Lancaster. Mower. The second shooting match between Call on im lor gnail the Stanford and Lancaster Shooting Clubs took place on the grounds of the latter at chlncM, whether 3 on this place on Isst Tuesday evening, resulting In a victory for the Lancaster club by 11 balls. Mr. Cicero Price rcceiyed yesterday four Southdown sheep, three ewes and one buck, out of imported ewes and by an Imorted buck. We are glad to tt the increasing Interest in pure bred stock in our county. Corn is getting considerably in the weeds. The continuous rains hare kept the ground too wet to plow fui more than week. Farmers fear that the wheat will be spoilc-- by the rust If there la not some dry weather soon. The tobacco crops have all been replanted and sic looking finely The Treasurer of Garrard county has just sold the londf issued in May 1883 by the County Judge to pay the aulicriplion of "A certain defined portlon"of the conn ty made In pursuance to an actnf the Lg islature approved April 15, 1.H82, to the Lancaster and Buckeye Turnpike Uod Company. The amount subscribed was $3,000 payable in six annual instalments of &0O each. The bonds sold for their face value and accrued interest. The sate was postponed on account of tluealened litigation until the 12th Inst , when all fear of litigation was allayed. The sheriff has sufficient money collected to pay the first bond, and the total realiz-- d including accrued interest will be near 3,200 This makes sufficient to complete the road and it will soon be finished. A sale was also made at the sime time of like bonds of another portion of the county tor the benefit of the Poor Ridge and Sugar Creek Turnpike Uoad Company. : 1 wish to buy or not. rending matter free, niulilooU al ear Ma ItcNpcctrully, BBLUCXS, WimREM -- CO. THE- QTJICKE ST -- AND- V I CHEAPEST WAT TO CLEAN - I I WEEDY CORN --- t Is to pi'oi'iirc - Excited Thousands All over the IjdJ are going Into enUuy ofr Dr. King's New Diieorrry for Ounsuinrtlon. Thrlr unlookal forrecorery liyth timely um of IMa remedy cauwt tbea to go nearly great wllJIn lUJiiralw. It l KuaranUl to losltlftly curaMTrrsCoughi, G.IJi, Allium, Ilsy Few, IlroDchltli, lIonenM,LoMofVolM, or any allrc-lio- n f the ThioitauJ Luogi. Trial Bol lief free at I'tnny & SIcAliiter'a Drugstore, ljirgsklae.tl. LAXCASTKIl AIlVKItTISKUKMS. A Kalamazoo or Albion Spring1 Tooth Harrow and Cultivator. HUltOEON DENTtM 'V, LANCASTKU, KY. Offics orcr Cltlteus Natloual Hunk. OHSfo hours from I to 1J a. h. dJ fruui I lo 6 r. M. B. F. WALTElt. AarroitNiijY At xxw, LANCASTKU, KY, lUHUIUIlVIAri-111- BAM M. lJUItUETT, Will practice la llarrarJ auJ aiiJululogrountlM. -' JJ 1 A'PTOKNKY A.I TA.'XV. LANCASTER., KY. Matter Coinuilnlourr (larrar.1 Circuit Court. Will pracltM Id all tit CourU of (larrard and aJJolulog counties and la tka Court of A'i!i. U. C. KAUPPMAN, Isp1iaj5fewi-2s?- r LandreWs mA Ol !lf fi 1 .sGwYTt One M!an and One Horse, Willi llio oiiHiorao Cultivator, can thoroughly clean tho weeds out of vo acres of corn per day. 11 One Jtffcm and Two Horses. With the Sulkoy Harrow and Cultivator, can clean ten acres of corn per day. In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of Price of Price of one-hors- e two-hors- e Cultivator, Cultivator, - - $10 $40 FURNITURE la I.uucHHlcrHl tho DECODE. JSA.3L.13 IBY CEO. D. WEAKEN, STANFORD. KY., "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," LANCASTKU, KY. GEO.fl.HUHDETT&CO., ProprUtoiH Williams, Hustonville, Ky., W, I. Wither, Lancaster, Ky., R. H. Weavon. Richmond, Ky. Green Stwi-Mtck- li Inf criwlw rtiil KY. HAni.Kn'rt grain crtdles at W. It. Hlg- - MARRAOES. Miss Nannie Montgomery, the attract' ive daughter of Mr. Allen Montgomery, of Marion, will bo married on the 21st Intl. to Mr. J. It Iloyd.of Missouri. There was a double wedding at Mr. W. II. Naylor' ynterdty. Mr. W. D. Springles married his daughter, Miss Alice 8., and his son, Willis M Naylor, Miss Druiy K. Wren. The young brides are aged respectively lfi and 17 and the grooms 22 and 20. Charles M. Meacham, K , the bright and opular editor of the Hopklnsrille AoiiA hmttirhan, was married yesterday to Miss Little IJ. Tandy, a beautiful young lady of the same city. We join tho press of theHlAlo in wishing the new couple the fullest rralixttion of their fondest dream of happiness and success. The SWsi American Oaittle, of tbe Oth contains a length notlco of tho marriage of the following couples at I'tst Iternstadt: BOTLE COUNTT. PULASKI COUNTt glns'. P'jUAnr. .TO.S. HEVKItANCJE, talent Chenaull, Bereranes with A rnorcMioxAt, ism M. 3 j. vr. BT-aVtrCmr- Friday Morning, 4N -- llrlghlV iuim forssle cheap, nt II. 0 Juno 15, 1883 LOCAL TIME CARD .1 k'Krrtr.AM sets, jelly An, at II. C. ItflghtV glasses, fruit Jsrs, Mill train gol"! North " Koulk. Ki press train" tVwth ". " Norh... ..,.,... .. -. I II IS r.M. no r. m. 11 A.M. M A. at. TllR nicest and freshest candles In town can lie found at 8. 8. Ms crs'. want the best sillier two-nl- r wool carpets go to J. W. Haden's. -s i. IIkkifst stock of aucsrs In town, and " lower than eter at If. C. IJrighlV Ir You LOCAL NOTICES. Iluv iMlNTHof iVnny A McAIIaler. Kisiiino Tackle nt Mcltolwrts ft HIhrk'k. Nick look of Mrlli.Iav cinl at Penny A McAUsier'. Com and see tho latest designs In China Htaniiahu ready mixed paints at OIam andljineenswareat H. C. Bright'? " A HU(b'. r InSANK. John lyinir. nf ll.ff HM.I.n.l .... ft neienuoriiootl, look; his wife to the Asrluni at Islington this week. Hho leaTcs two little children at home. PERSONAL jMlM LtTtTIB LeR ItOCIIRfTEK lion "Kitmm'n Chains" Is iiuni. wIr.l and fascinating n a book ofwonder-land,e- t gone to Danville to attend the Gbinmenre-'raent' tbe hiili character and scholsrsbln of the Mimics Laura, Adams and Norah authors assure us of Its sccurac and relia'(laUvfeol 'were the guests of Mrs. Green bility, this week. A HAtllof2'or.'!0(riwles Is rnctn.ii. JoixikJ. M. Philips has returned el at tbe Hanging Fork liridgo on the from Ilicbmond whitber he went to fettle 1'ike and every bod who passes wild an Insurance agent. b is bantered for a hone trade or asked to . Kout entertained iiuite a nave his rorttine told. Mns. 3. 'IIIj;l number of her lad friend at LlullTNlNii struck and tore down four Tea" yesterday afternoon. Mini Ilcrar Penninoton went up to poles on tbe Stanford A Hustonville Tele Htchmond to attend the commencement ex- phone Line Tuesds, which Is the first In (eruption of speaking since tho two towns ercise of Centra) University. Pilot. Aunkk Hookiw left for his were connected in February. The trouble , home In HirroJuburg Tuesday. He will has been remedied and the line Is all right probably spend his vacation In New York. again. ' Much of what is written In "Kiror's Tub College building is "like eome bamitiet hall descried." Onl Mrs. True-hea- Chains" Is now presented for the first time. and Miss Florence Trueheart of the It contains much valuable Information which has heretofore been locked up In the school remain. and Mil. A.O. Ciicxault bare great libraries' of the world and In expenluoTed to Fort Scott, Kansas, we learn sive hook Inaccessible to tbe senerat osUl ordering their paer sent reader. from thither. This count; can III afford to Tiik great amount of rain that has fal lose tbtse good people, but Kansas will be len In the last three weeks has Injured the better ofl for them. wheat to some extent and while giving a Moulin. A. Q. Htm'MAN and J. T. rank growth to the corn has also caused Carson attended the Commencement exer- the wecJs to grow so abundantly that the cises of Ilell Seminar, Danville, and were farmers aro fearful that they will not be much pleased with them. Miss Hallle It. able to them down. Cook, a little beaut of Hustonville, was A IKXi, supposed to be msd, bit several one of the nine graduate. Mus. M. V. TluuciiLAKr, Misses Ma- children at Crab Orchard, this week, among them Lva, the little daughter of ry Mers, Jennie Crane, Madie White and Mia. Hannah hleger and F.lta May, daugh Jennie Knoll, of Lebanon, who ro to Tin-- it of Mrs. Coffey. Little F.va was taken the two latter, left Vednedsy in charge ter to Mr. Dudderar's and a msd stone of 1'rof. W. K. Jenninc, forCiiarleetown, V. Va, where the will the vaci-lio- applied to the wound and from tho fact We are glad to know that all of that it stuck to it, Is taken as evidence that the bite was toisonoiis the in will return in the fall Slirillr' J. N. MKSKfF.K look. Ball! LOCAL MATTERS. Fnndrrll to Laurel Wednesday, on a warand rsko at all liuius.il 8. 8, rant charging him with obtaining money Mers'. under falsva prelemtes. Fondrrll, it will be . Fhuit Jars and Cans, at llrucc, Warren recollected, is the man who deserted lib W)S. wife In Iturcl and cauieJiere witli another A (loon 1'isno for sale apply to Dr. T. woman, wham ho passed ofl" as his Utter half. He has a bad eye and eye- - reldnm It. Monlgumei, Slauford. fall to tell lliu manner of man who wears Tue young Kople enjoyed n dsneo at them, the 0era House last night. Court Notfw. John Anderson, who Tnv the "Lightning Fruit Jar;" best shot Dill IjiiisIisii. was fined $100 and now1 mule. Forsaleonlby JLG Ilrightbound (Iter In keep the pea re In the sum o $500. He rrplevl the fine and made the 8ALK. Fok A handsome residence. luiid and in the futuie will perha not te Will sell very cheap. W. Craig, Stanford.' so bind with his little gun. W. 8. Hll Klihant new dealgns in Picture Frnineit ton, who shot J .is. Wilson at Kings Mounand Cornice Mouldings at II. K. Wearen's tain some time ago, was tried Tueedsy and acipiitlcd. Wilson, who it is ssid brought CitAMrtoN l!esitr am Mower repairs of on the difficulty, Is to be tried next Satur every description at llruce, Wancn A day. I ' s rt the color of Diamond Dje at A HlaggV Oknuinr II. I". (Iravelf tobacco at Mc Kobert A Hikk'k. Jo). Haas Hor Cholera Cure. Penny A McAllsterso.'e agent. WATCH M, Clock and Jewelry repairetl and warranted by Vtnny A MaAllster. (trr jrour Soda Water, Ice cold and front the new fountain of Penny A iiure, All A llRAUTirui. trsntliarrtil tiirfnrn olveii with every bill of goods of $1 or oversold o ivimiston tt Uwsler. IlllUC'n. Waiiiirn unsmpion Japers Call and examine their machines. A Co. are liandllnir the and Mowers this year, Mr, Fred, Widmer and Mir Juata Hansel-manMr. jtelnhard Ott and Miss Klisa (Iryser; Mr. Lulz and MissCsth.Schmltter. ISefore sunrire a salute from some mortars attracted our American neighbors, who came on horseback from distances of 7 to 8 miles to witness the festivities. In the ab sence of a German minister, Mr. Ilyrand, an American Ilaptiat preacher, performed the ceremony, which took place at the residence of the postmaster, Mr. Hanaelman, wheieilion a sumptuous repast wsa spread for the newly married and the Invited guests. The assembled crowd meanwhile enjijid a few kegs of beer, the treit of the young couples. Dancing, singing and other music were kept up till thedawn of day, On Sunday night a continuation of the festivities was had, In a genial, quiet way, upon tbe delightful farm of Mr. Widmer. n; reUoious. Communion services at the Presbyterian church next Sabbath mornlnz it 10 o'clock. Preparatory services at 11 A. M, Silurda,at which time parents will present their children for baptism. Iter. J. H. Peeples will be at his appointment at llryantsville next Sunday, He has been nt the bedside of bis sick father in Tennessee for some time but Is now able to learu him as he la Improving. Tho faith-curbusiness has broken out in Clark count. Mrs. James Tanner and Mrs. Kale lUmsey, aflltcled with painful diseases of long standing, profess to have been healed by prayer and anointment. Kev. It. IJ Tyler, for reveral years pastor of the Chestnut street Christian church, Loutsville, has resigned to accept a call to the pastorate of a church being built in New York at a cost of $100,000. Tills will be the first church this denomination ever bad in that city. Abjut the 1st of July a Faith Kcst will l cstiblishrd in one of (he suburbs of Cincinnati. Its doors will lie oen to Invalids of all conditions and in all stages of disease who belicvo they can be curnl by simple faith and prayer. Captain Olas-seof Ixiuisvillc, will be in charge. Tho Itev. Gould, Principal of the Millcrsburg Female College seems to be always getting into trouble Last year he had a serious trouble with Mrs. Tarrant, for which he, if we are correctly Informed was solely responsible, and now be comes to the front as defei dant In an assault and bitter suit. Ho and a couple of his professors undertook to exject a colored preacher from Ids seat In n car and tbe old man objecllng, ho is said to havo beat him over the head with a satchel. All of them havo len srreMed and will bo tried at once. It strikes us that the I'ev. Gould Is not exacll the man to teach tbe female Idea how to shoot. e r, 'Ur. 0 an till t. -- The Alumni Society of Caldwell Instl- Into will meet at Iho Institute Thursday night. The society organlied last year. An Increased atlendanre Is expected at this meeting. Funk A Anderson htv up lo this time purchased 1,000 acre of wheat in this connty. One gentleman on the Lancaster road reiused on Wednes la $2'5 per acre 10 acre field. for The marriage of Mln Camilla L. Ir vine, daughter of Mr. W. D. Irvine, and one of the most charming of Iloyle count ladles, lo Mr. Melanchon Young, of Nlcholaavllle, Is announced for Thursday at 12 o'clock. Itev. L O. Ilarber, of Kichmond, will perform the ceremony, The groom was accompanied from Jessamine ounty b a large number of friends and relatives. Particulars mini he given In our next, as this report closes too early (o have them for this Issue, -- Miss Virginia 8. Qrlgtby, of thia place, through the efforts of Influential re publican friends, has obtained a lucrative clerkship In tbe post office department at Washington and will leave for that city In nfew day. Her mother, Mrs, 8. P.Grlgab will follow about the first of July. Miss O. Is the daughter of the late Gen. J. Warren Qrlgsby. Iiolh ladles have man friends In Danville who will regret their departure and wish them all manner of success wherever their lot may be cast. In addition to (be commencement visitors heretofore noticed in this column, we furnish the following names: Mrs. Lena S. Metcalfe, of St. Louis, arrived Thursn day, Mrs. Metcalfe nee Miss Luc la at Mrs. W. S, Downton's. Miss Clara Kerr, of Lexington, la at Mrs. Tunis'. Mrs, May Curry, of Lexington, is at Mrs. J.P.Curry's. Mr. J. Wesley Durham returned Wednesday from Columbus, Ohio, whitber he has been on professional busiMisses Mary McElroy and Jennie ness Drown, of Springfield, are at Mr. Nick McDowell's. Miss Mildred Brown, of Nich- olasville, is at W. J. Moore's. Miss Luc Drown, of Ni:hoIasville, Is at Mrs. Itobt. Miss Maggie Kobertson, of Harding's. Springfield and Miss Dettie Drye, of Hus tonville, attended the commencement this Bow-ma- Semcntt The fdierp men who sold out in the Cincinnati market, havo relumed, nilnu profits, Chicken cholera Is ravaging the bene-rand tho proprietors have lost some of their fine fowls, The trial of Dr Scott, for using oflan sive language to G. W Shadoan, was postponed until Saturday next. Next Monday is our regular County Court day. The land of the late Daniel Dutlon Is lo be sold by Ihe Commissioner, for the benefit of creditors. Prof. Borden will go to Hustonville in a few days with a view of taking charge of the rchool there next session. Prof. T. M. Mourning and family of Lexington, are visiting the faintly of Mr. Wm. Harvey. Miss Belli Smith will leave next week to spend the summer among friends In Lexington, Ml. Sterling and Kichmond. Jim Hlggins, of Pulaaki Slation, was before Judge TarterTucsday, on the charge of uilng insulting and abusive language to a young girl, and was fined $3 and costs, Jim married Mar Etdes, the woman who killed Smith Burton, and the young girl be insulted is Mary's daughter, and about 15 years of age. Jim paid up the dam ages, and wss released from the custody of the law. Col. T. Z Morrow, tbe republican nominee for Governor, will open the State canvass at Mt. Vernon, next Saturday, June 1G He will also spetk at Williamsburg on the following Monday. W. O. Bradley, Eq , of Lancaster, was here last week in consultation with Col, Morrow He also went lo Lebaabout the canvass non lo arrange a joint canvass between Morrow and Knott, hut aa tho latter had already arranged hia appointments it could only be arranged for Col. Morrow to meet Mr. Knott at about one half of bis Ap pointments in the part of of tbe Stale, and probably about his appointments In the eastern part of the State. south-western one-hal- f Co , Stanford, Ky., iroarxTT. aton J. M. ROBINSON & .CO, 131-I- BimDKTT A mtOWN, KY. Iniport'ra and Jobbers nf Pry floods. Notions, Ac, M7, em, mi wain eireei, ur. sum, JIT. VERNON, louihviTjIjI:, ICY. r w.riM. A W T. W. Offlrw Ice! Ice! Ice! I will deliver lee every morning rVr'AHMlNjaVH M. vritLAosa. tissos. B VAltNON", STANFORD, KY. In Owsley A Bon's new building AT J..A.W, - up stairs. , Will nraellrw In thM tinrls nr Llnmln and ml. AT O.VK CKXT Joining counties snd lbs Bu per lor Court snd Court ol Appeals, ppsclal attention glvtn to collections. As long as my present stock lals. After that, Uts 112 lea as low si I can arTunl. Accounts dus at the Offlc on Lancaster strict. elnaiofesch month. ALEX. ANDEItSON, (Stanford, May7. It, K. llAtlliniV. PKIt IOIJNI, A.TTOIIN1JY A'lMTANFIIRD, KY. l'EYTOK, JL.A.-W- NoWrIInii(1somo Millinery I have opened very comnrelienilre lln of the latest and handsomest styles of ATTOUNKY AT DANVILLE, KY., J. D. FIBU, JJAAV, Will prsctlr In Iris Courts of Ilotla and adlolnln counties and In lbs Court of Appeals. SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY And Invite sll Ihe ladles to call and exsmlne, whather Ihey bay or not. Trices reasonable. Next door lo Ut Lee V. lluflman'a office, Htanbrd And Master Commissioner Uockcaatle Circuit Court MT. VKIINON, KY. Will practice In tho ltockcaslls Courts. Collections s specialty. Offlc In Court-hous- e. ISO At tornoy At ,L.rfw. LEE P. HUFFMAN, in. mish nr.t.i.n nvaiir.s, ROBBED GER1MNINVIG0RAT0R! MTANFORD, KY. Thousands of graves sr Offlc South aids Main Street, two doors sbovs snnuslly robbed of their Ihe Myers Hotel. victims, Urea prolonged, Pure Nitrous Olid Uss administered whan rehapplntaaand health required. stored by use of the great DR. W. B. PENNY. Which positively and permanently cure Jiilo-frilri- r, 8TANFORD, KENTUCKY. (caused by exceaaef of any kind,) Office over ltobt 8 I.J lie's store. Office lours II rrtVllrSK. and all disease that follow a as loss of energy, knot from S IOI2 A.M. an I 1 to 6 r.M, Anesthetics adBuencecf r. inrmory, universal lassiiu.ie, pain in me dbcb, ministered wben necessary, dimneaa of vision. Prematura old are. and manv re other dlseatea that lead to consumption and a yrsve n errand for circular villi testi monials iree ny man. Tbe lNYHlOHATOn la sold at tl per box.or six boies for 13, by all druggists, or wllil sent fre by mall, securely We will now pay special attention to sealed, on receipt cf price, by sddresslng SffmU TlutillHl, TO THE PUBLIC fCOSTOJI 01tlNI)IIVO."l 113 Adams street, Toledo, Oblo. Sol agent for the United States. if. J. f'llKMKT, RICHMOND Wa promtao to glv satlsfictloo, and when desired will gtv Patent Flonr ror Wheat. Can make either lolled or unbolted meal. 110- -t MeAl.l.NTKH ss NAI.I.F.K. PLANING BUILDERS' MILLS! MATERIAL! Blue-Gra- Farm For Sale I WHITLEY COUNTV. Williamsburg. I have rocently opened In Richmond s tares and offer lor isle, privately, my farm of S75 Acres complete I lanlug Mill, and am prepared to furnish of I Mtellentblue-gr- u land, with s large brick snd every kind of frame retldtnco combined, of ten rooms, within a mtlaofths new fUnford i. Prrachersvllle pike. New orchard, fresh and medical water In abundance. Imptiveraenta Including nest tenant houso. Jn grass, 304 acros, and balance, til-- ixcLuuiaa lable. Timber abundant. Church and school-hounear by, snd the neighborhood unexcelled. desirable farm Ills Wontlicrlioiirtliiir;, Flooring Tlllo not often that such ame at Stanford,la for sale. perfect. Address Ky., or Doors, Mu!i, HIIimIh, jLiWIik, call on m at tht farm.MKS. HAKAII COOK. It may surprise many of your readers to learn there is such a place As Williamsburg. Now gentle reader, we have a little town wa down here in the mountains by that name, surrounded by Cumberland Iliv-e- r and tbe Knoxville Extension of tbe L. & N. It. It, about 1G miles above the Cumberland Falls, second only to the great Ni agara, for health and pleasure Our town Is composed of about 1,000 inhubitants,haa three large mills, one stave factor, which employ about 160 band, with the whole machinery and pay good wages. We have NIiIurIcn, MouIdlngM, WllJ'8, Nlnlr- - Ac ki-e- IcI end i i - Co A.T. .NuNNKU.r.V has purchseed a new omnibus to run to and from the K C It day, we asked him about the statement published In several papers that he had It. depot. said Col. Morrow would be elected GovA (looo deal of complaint about the bad ernor. "That's a mistake" he replied. "I condition of the pile between Stanford and said if Col. Jones ran Morrow would be Crab Orchard is being made. Where Is elected, but then Jones haan't got the backUncle Jsck IIo.leyT bone to demand his rights. I honestly beFkoman Minor has .changed hia mind lieve, though, that In 1881 Kentucky will and will apeal front the decision of tbe go republican." We have known a numcourt sentencing blui to the penlleutlary ber 6f the Col.'s honest beliefs to pan out badly and this is the worst we have ever for life for killing John Ferrell. heard him father. Tiik Valley Cornel Hand desire to thank As expected, the 8am Holmes raw, ret tbe Hustonville Uand for the use of two of their excellent Instruments last week, They1 for trial at Liberty Monday, was continued till next term. .The defenre announced await an opjiortunity to return the favor. ready, but in the.MbsvnKa of one or two of PitmiUKNr Zimukhman Is In Nashville Its witius.'csjslliu Commonwealth wanted working up iiilerrt in tho 0,0. It., and tu have It set for next week, but the defense. N. lUU.il la-- tol.l tho City Council Hist ol'jeclrd and it went over. After a few this end of the road is ready for work as more continuances Iho olilent man will soon aa their city showed what it was will- have forgotten wlut It was all about. The ing to do. shooting with intent to kill, with which .i To CALL the jwlut whero Iho K. C. law Holmea Is charged, occurred about 14 years the Ij. A N., Kichmond Junction is a mis- ago, when be shot and killed Sheriff nod wounded Msrshal Davison, who nomer. The name of tho place should bo elthefKast Stanford or Stanford Junction attempted to arrest him fir amisIemeitior. and an effort will be made to have the It. Wkiinkmiay wo telegraphed to the re It. change It to one or the other . pairer at Hustoiivilltf that the telephouu Na-pim Mektino Col. W.O ilradley, the other was tlowp atOj-1a. ' and after wandering' around through Im!v!lle, Cincinnati and other foreign ii'ilnls. it a, deliveied to the person addressed a little after 1! 1'. M Hustonvillo is only ten miles from here hut the Ulegrspli ron ntclions are such thct a message has to travel just 100 miles to teach there And this reminds lis to Inform the publio that Conukiit. The young people of the tho telephone line will deliver a messsge Uapltst church at MoKinney are prepar- In Huslouvillo and hate nn answer back ing to give a musical vnterlalnment In a here in live minutes, piovlded the address to raise funds to purchase an short lime ed is In airnwiblo distance organ for their church. Mr. and Mrs. 11. 0, Tiik Lincaater boys were right. The Jones and Miss Lucie ItigUnd were here did beat the Stanford Sporting Club and by Tuesday to get some good pianist to assist. 11 shots at that. Kncli man shot at SO Miss Sallie I'enuy will likely accept their Invitation, though her health at prcssul, Is balls and birds and the tancasler boya took such si to prevent her from giving a osi- - them as follows: It A. llurnside 18; Win, C. Curry 20; W. 8. Miller 'JO; John 11. tlve answer. Woodcock U; W. W.Lmdraiu 17; Johu8. Tiik railroad company should by all Marrs '.".'; Jesse D.'ly 1M; W. J. Kimiaird means make some arrangements for passen- 23; total 157. Slauford Club: 'Kobt. gers getting oil and on the night expresses. 17; Thomas Kobinsou 10; 11. U. These trains are largely patronited here Ilrlgbl 17; J no. A. Allen IS; Dr Hugh and the company owes it to tbe publio and Keld 2J; Henry Ureen 20, Chris Gentry lit; themselves to keep a night man on hand to J.T.Cralg23;toWl 110 It will be seen attend them. Aa It Is now, a person who that Jim Craig Is still the champion. Our g wishes to get on one has to do his own , boy complain thai they were out of and put on lilsoan baggage, all In the having had none since they shot with blackest of darkness. Thii petty ettngl-oethe Iancaiter Club before. on tbe part of the company will lose 0. 0, Ware sold to Tom WooJs, a tow them patronage and ba likj (touring water In tbe spigot while It runs out at the bung, and 10 pigs 2 months old for 50. Lincoln County, with lW various pro- line, ducts, which reach so near perfection, to be represented at the ought certain! great Loutsville Kxpoil!on. Would it not be well for some leading farmer to calls meeting here for July or August court day and Arrange for s full display of our leading productions? r Hag-giu- prao-lice- si large audience assembled at the First Presbyterian church Wednesday ev ening to bear (be young lady graduates of Bell Seminary read their essays and witness the deliver of prizes to the pupils of the preparatory department. The exercises were opened by prayer by ltev.T. P. Hale, of tho Daptist church, after which the priz es wero delivered and then the young ladies read their esrays in the following order: Salutatory Miss Emma D, Knox, Doyle county; subject, "Sculptors of life aro we, as we stand with our lives uncarv- ed before u." Miss Sophia Bright, Dan ville; subject, "How happy I'll be." Misa Sillio It. Cook. Hustonville; subject "A letter from Tolti Town on High Tcss." Miss Lizzie It. Harrison, Albany, Ky sub ject, "Longings." Miss Mattie Drown, Dan ville; subject, "Tho web of life is of min gled yarn." Miss Etna Slagg, Boylo coun ty; subject, "There is never a day so eunny bjt a little cloud appears." Miss Bcttic 11. Craig, Danville; subject, "Do noble deeds not dream them all day long." Miss Mary C. Morrow, SomerMl; subject, "Musiclanguage fades before thy spelll" Valedictory Misa Hattie II. Farris, Danville; subject, "Mine eye can single out full many a one who lacks but opportunity to shine as great and glorious as the chiefs that fell." At the close of Miss Farris' essay the Senior prizes and diplomas were delivered by the Principal, after which came the benediction. The exercises of the school closed last night with a recepLANO. STOCK A NO CROP. tion and prominade concert at the SemThe Harrodaburg Fair will begin inary. Kicli horn's Orchestra, of LoutsJul 31 and continue four days. ville, furnished the music for both occaDr. T. II Montgomery, Stsnford, has sions. a lot of thoroughbred bull calves for MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. sale. Managed by John B. fish. - G. W. Alfurd bought and shipped to Mrs. M. P, Newcomb is lying very sick Montgomery ten horses for which he paid and is not expected lo recover. $160 per head. picnic There will be a Sunday-schoo- l C. M. Spoonamore delivered to J. M. flail GO Iambi, 72 lb. average, at 5 cents, at thts place on Tuesday, the 19th. Every body is Invited to attend. engaged some tiino since. Mr. Otto Drunner, the head of the Geo. James bought of , K. Amon 12 at Pine Hill, will call that yearling steers and 2 heifers ut $30 each. Swiss colon place "Salrzburg Colony." He expects a The averaged about OjO lbs. Chas. II. Kice, of Ilourbon county, has large number of settlers to arrive In a 0") lambs that will average 8.5 pounds, 60 of short time. The gubernatorial campaign will be the number will average 00 pounds. J. J . Moberly, Jr , sold to Pony Jleax-le- y opened nt this place noxt Saturday. Hon. gelding for 3180, and J. Proclor Knott and Col. T, .. Morrow a bought another from Davy 'Spoonamore will both be here. Everybody should come out and see the next Governor of Kentucky. for $107 60. The common school commissioner for W. K. Atuou bought at 8. H. Stone's sale of short-horcattle, a thoroughbred lhii county has appointed S. II. Martin and row and calf for ?'J05, 1 do. for $1C5 and n Casper Williams examiners to examine ap plicants for certificates to teach common cow for $12'). Jack Cliiun lias bought the South-nort- h fchools. Saturday, June 30th is the day place it 413 acres near Harrodsburg set for examination. Peter Droughton came to town yester fori 10,000, Jack and Phil. will soon be day and got on a big drunk and was trying richer than Gould or Vaiiderhilt. (I. A. lackey weighed yesterday o J. to take the town, He tiled his pMol off In T. Helm CO lambs, average John tho air, as the county attorney said "juat Ilrlght to same 7 head 72 lbs; and J. M. as good as fighting," Jailer Hank arrettIteiil 21 at OJ lbs. The price paid was file ed him and placed him in jail to holier up, Gen; Cerro (lnrdo Williams and other when hu will be tried, Capt. Jones Adams, of Doyle county, Shorthorn breeders of Montgomery c unity will tend lf0 bead to the Chicago sales was in (own this witk. MIm Maggie which occur the latter pait of this month. Siiillh, of Paint Lick, Is visitiin; Matlle Mr. Bennett II. Conn, a popuArkaiisss liver is out of lis btuks and NewcoiiiU still rMiig Man plantations in Jetfer-son- , lar young man of Brodhead, Is slaying beLincoln, Arkansas and Desha coun- hind Iho counter ut J. L. Whitehead's T. ties aro Inundated, ami much damago will S. Miller, of Garrard, Ucleiklng a few da)s for his father, M. J. Miller. lesiilt tu iroiM, Pat Costello and l'ato Foley eru arThe trader who engaged lambs tally in tho season nt C nud 6) rents are receiv- rested lost week charged with assault with ing theui this week and they average 07 to Intent to rob and kill Hill Payne. They SO ibi.. With the prices down at the pres- bad an examining trial Monday and wero held under bond of $250 each until Circuit ent figures, tho protect of loss Is lertain. Messrs. Simula A Mallingly bought In Court. They went to Jail. There, Is also Lincoln, of Uriah Dunn, 1 pair of aged a negro In jail charged with horsestealing. mules at $350, 1 at $lb5, and a pair at Hi bond was II led at $250 also. whi h of $280. The firm ulo bought in Pulaski course ho could not give and Is now b.iard county, 20 beud at $100 wr head, alio 1 of lug with Mr. Hank Henry I'rewttt, a boy about 11 years J. It. Napier at$1070.-Sland- ard In Ciiaiunali, cattle are steady and of age, was thrown by a horse a few days wound. He firm ul 2 j to 3J for common; good lotx ago and received a very ugl to 0; common to choice fell on a pile of splinter and a piece about tra butcher wide and inch thick', shipper 4 to 6; stockers and feeder I to lucb long stuck In biul. 61; light yearllngnand calve 2j to 3. Tho two and hog market Iji slow am weak and price It seem that he fell on tits face and struck run from 6 for common to 7 for best. the splinter with tbe brIJge of bis none, whole Sheep are in fsir demand at 1 lo C; slock when it protrudedlbIt splinter length. Dr and Henry I Lovell extracted wether 3) (o 4); stock ewe 3 to 3 Lamb out apparently all light. He wa evidently are firmer at 4 lo 0) cents. born lo be banged or drowned, three-year-ol1 half-inc- h one-ha- lf week. A Aa I soil at prices such as the above articles can be bought In Cincinnati, or other whole-aa- le houses, I am sure I can make It to joui advantage to patroolxo noma Institutions, I am also a practical W. T. GREEN, rSTA2rOItl, KY., Dealer In . STAITOHI). eight general stores which keep everything from a suit of men' clolbiug to a pound of coffee. One family grocery kept by Hilton A Bow ran, and you ran find any thing lo make tho heart feel good, from a glass of soda water up to a barrel of sugar; and one drug store whcroyoil can find all kinds 123-of medicines, except whisky or brandy, and if you want that you must go to one ol E. H. BURNSIDE, the blind Hrers, Uur town claims to staml with any in the Stale In her professional men. We have six lawyers which no town This Old Woll - Known of our size can boast of more intellect. (We Hotol Still Maintains are not inferior to any). We also have five High very good physician-- , with one exception, (that one I must not name) AND M. A. Moore runs a free hack from Proprietor it Determined that Its the depot to bis hotel. - Vi it Shall be Second to no Country I notice in your imier that fathers Hotel in the State in its Tare, be hsppyover tbe birth of a child, seem to Itcd bay stallion: 16 hands; loaled 1878: bred by Appointments, or AttenChaa. Dunn, Stanford, Ky ; aired by Messenger but what havo been the feelings of Mr. It Chief, aire of Maud Messenger; reconl, tion to Comfcrt of over his twiur? He expresses by a grin 1 VM; Marvel, record, .2; Abel Abdal-latheir Quests. and n whistle ami was never heard lo whistrial, 2.23,0 us, trial, 2.29; Ilena C, 2.20 gait at 3 years old, MattUMcU., tle before 2 20 gait at S years old; Maggie Mewart, 2 20 gait st We are sorry to hear of Mr, T K. rtaxKags will be conveyed to sad from the depot S yearaold, and other promising one. lstdamSu-sl- e Walton's leaving our old tilth place.and alrreeorrhargs. Special accommodations to by .Sentinel, 2.2iJ, and the sire of Von Arnlm, to Commercial Traielr rs. The liar ltlll b 2II9K: Annette, 2.25,j T. A..2 2C; Young bentl-nso tl e naner to which he seemed to be such alnay supplied Tilth the choicest 2 26; Vlrandlere, 2.20V,, Mlgnon, T.'iV.; a necessity, but lie is gone and I know the brands or I.lqoors and Cliar. 2 2S, tlrand Sentinel, 2:.M fall Interior will still stand 1 will ray lo brother to Volunteer, the sire of St. Jullea, 2.1lJi; God bless you In all our unTom, may umicr,&ii,Aiici, ;,?, ijuiur, t.iyy.i 1riTOr, 2.19H; Hunter. 2.20 Amy, 2.20!,, sn.1 a scor dertakings, and may the people cherish more in i ne z.3u ciara. sauam Ktiiy ittvers, in you in your new home as they have In old record, 3 00; dam of Bertie Ulrl, And am prepared to furnish designs and estimates fur buildings snd all kind of scroll work. That I am doing no amall business, can be Judged from tho fact lhat my bank account runa from JI,5J U I2.MW per week. Contracting ami building done promptly snd st living prices Address ARCHITECT, i Groceries, Hardware, i QUEENSWARE, i MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Harness and Saddlery, FLOWS tr Propr WAGONS. and its Eoputation, Abdullah Messenger! Trrv1 b, d, Lincoln. G A. Dinham has gone South for the purpose of settling his msil contracts May success allend him, for he subscribed for your paper before be left. Dr. Braflord, of Woodbine, made us a pleasant call on last Mrs.W. M. Bogle is visiting relMonday. atives in Garrard. Mr. Isaac Emory, MisST. sionary of the American Sunday School, is in town. A small gnng (not our townsmen) met at one of the Blind Tigers on Sunday eveHaving had this Hotel ning last, and after getting very drunk, entered Into a regular Irish melee. No one hurt. Tried on Monday for breach of the From basement to garret, peace and none found guilty. 'Warrants out of some for Sabbath breaking, for to Kt-eit in n Strictly rut-Cla- ss and It the good Governor don't Interfere Milliner, will make them pay the penally. And leave nothing undone that will add to the the Court So mote It be Several of our young men OF MY GUESTS. went to Knoxville last Sunday, all came COMFORT back sober, and as Barnes would say, FRANCIS HOTEL. -- FORMERLY ASAPH, raAlWORI), I intend KY. Kci'urnislied ami Itciittcd l'l Praise the Lord. uui. Aro otlired BucAlen'a Arnica Salve. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS greatest medical wonder of the world. War The To patronise me, as I havo every conveoleuc.auch s. ranted to speedily cur Burns, Drulaea, CuU, nsrllCUSAMrLKUOOMS, Ac., for their uw. Salt itksuui, l'Tcr Bores, Cancers, Piles, Cbllblalus, Corns, Tetter, ChsMwd Ilanda and all to and from akla eruptloni, guaranteed to curs In ciery In- Baggago Transferred stance, or money refunded, A putltlre cure lor tho Depot free of charge. aals ty Penny A JlcAI- Piles. 25crboi. For tilre tue a cull. Com in er ci a I Traveler W.N. fKANCIN. record, 2.37, and the grandam ol Maud Mesrecord, 2 24$: by Alexander'a Abdallah. the aire cfOoldsmilb Maid, 14, Roaa-lln- d, 2.21, Tborndale, 2 22; Aliuont, Abdallah Pilot, Ac., Ac. 3d dam by lied Jacket, (aire of the dam of Kentucky Wilkes, 2 21, and Ilia erandam of & So, 2'17K. and Red WIlkrs.sireoll'hllTIi crap-so- n, by Couiet; by b barman Morgan, tbe aire of Vermont Biaek Hawk Ihe airs of Lilian Allen and mauy other trotters. Kett to Black Jacket'a dam was aired by a Hawk. 4th dsm an extra road maro brought from tbe North by W. I- - Vance, of Mercer county, and aald to te of Messenger blood, henllneland Alexander'a Abdallah are bolh by Itrsdyk's Hsnible-Ionia- n, tbe grandalre of Msud S., 2:1 !,', aud the alreofDexter. 2:17;. Nellie. 2.19: Oranse fllrl. 2 20; llaielle, 2.21; Jay Uould, 2.2IU, and SO others with record or 2:30 and better. Messenger Chief waa aired by Abdallah Pilot, aire ot Ptcksrd,2.18K; record, 2 23 1st dam la lied J tin, to lien, tleo. II. Thomas, sir ol Null's Thomas, i 21, by Mambrlno Messenger, aire ol Lewlnskl, 2.23)4, Jddamby Mambrlno Chief J aire of Lady Thorn, 2.18V,, Muodlord Mambrlno, anu otner. au asm or r.iifW aiaiuonuo Imp. Napoleon, Kngllah Iluuter, Ac. Abdsllan Messenger will make tbe season of lsttl at Chas. Dunn's, 2Vt miles from Msaford, n Bush liranch pike, 1 mile from Utaofoid A Lancaster plk and 3 miles from Lancaster A Danville plka, at $20 to Inaure a Mare In Foal. Mooey due aa soon Marcs that have publio as Ihe fact la ascertained. records of 2.30 or Utter, orsucha bars produced trotters with records ol 2.30 or belter, uay be bred free ol charge. Address WILLIE O. DUNN, btanlord, Lincoln Co., Ky, Mkssaiaix l'smrr, by Meeseuger Chief, dam by Alcalde, (sire of llylas, 2.2IS, Kulgma, 2:2ti; Fancy Day, 2.30, Ac.,) will make Ihe season of 199-at Fount Fox', OryanlavlUe, Ky., at 113 tu Insure W. U. D. a roar In foal. senger, Blessing to All Mankind. In llittte tltsea when our u.wipaivrs are Hooded wilh patent medicine sdrerllieniiula, It lagrstl- f.lni- - to know what lo procure that will certainly cuie you. II you are Lllloua, Hood out of order, liter loactlre, or generally dekilliatod, tlitra la nothing In lbs world that will cure yu so quick-I- 7 as i:iclrle Hitters They sre a Hewing to all mankind, and cants had for only fifty csuls a liottleat Penny A McAllatei's. A Commercial College of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. Students rtethtil any week day of the year. ATrw Uaa) wxx,tju:r, fr4sit) u. Biani, fxiesixjeitt.for receit 1'ry students. Summer lotion now open 1, 2Vl?L?:.JU,la.",.l:.,; sUU SLVSTVlSW .K AIIVkllTISKMI.MK. Valuable Bluo-Gra- ss Farm ItUfmyhjityMuUf. loU.r forajUniy Kami of Vi. .Irri'M.allus-le- d nur Wsluut llil.uu the bianlurd & trablir-chilurui.lle, 3 mllo Iroui Mauferd Atv.ut IU Acrra la cultivation! balaiiiv InitraM (loud plenty tiiud tiiiiii rand well a.i'ted to sloik In a Will xlt si a barEsiu til pud akuia triu.1 of Ian ,I and kIts uawloit st suy lluia Iniilrw of J 11 Uwilcy, ror further parlli-ulurtHlaufurd, Ky.,or write, lo me st Dailll. klilau Counly, leiaa. J.llH.Mtl t'llill. ! Anarict, titoti f lb fcbo? 01 Nevlf SjOO) hommM lsfwtkr mtfc lt UUif ailwttt 4 tftjMakt, IMUUHf K)t KMNr, tUffrkOr.tf 14 Mt IsMUM Of KluJ ft4 TrtltlBsT, M Utlaf iSsWVMlj, CnpnuAmtt rtkkMklf, HiwImu Arulimtd, Coaiuriil Lav, Wtutik oaput llM ruli Tim rtHr Dlplomft buiMM ( srM frM mI. rt U m4 lUuk. la S MHki. &! turn fsAtt 10 fviMsta tut llml U 4W tIW;M f U (aUr bHt pn, fmaBU tf tkii r Mir lsttkir. ViUm 1 r (r) WIum wilt U stvU, rMjU M iwk om' Ottf JO ytu tbwit. tk Mcign (MUa (rltau trtu II IMut 4 rM4tUf mtlt mt Mf Tft DcprUMaj tt Regular Fall Session, Sept. 10, 1883. TtI Cll UJ.M ltsrrwiuuur., fU fU il4ir Tul, tt ttttmn. Vwtrtl, i.lfct.i rIlr pt WILBUR R. SMITH. PreVt. Loilnitton. Kir. EDWARD WILDER'S Dumb Ague, DyapspiU, Uitr ana Ague, Inlsrraitlsat Nev r fiiU t 0.0 Complaint, Indigestion, Colio anil Fhis, It will Cure Coiti.saiu. It li tt taio Altaralis aud Toa.c, u miM ana Dstightful llgerat (or Dalicat Worn, a powerful rvcupo-rn- t alior tla traiuo lias Ueu UibllltatcU arid roducvU by slcknces, an eiccllcut apiietlicr, Mslsrls, bracts up tbe system, itrengUieu tho portal gin., tono to iho dbjcsUt organs, circulation ana clears the whole animal economy rota Uia seeds ol dlsctuo. TliO tUgbteat att-teol over may bo a prelude to the worst, and the remedy that would conquer it whilst It k I'artlcu-larl- y la yet la 1U commencement, uay bo of no value when It U at Its full development. Is this tho cow with )rsons around whom the) pcstlferoua Influeuco ol MalarU cUogs la the form of Dumb Chilli, Drew Agus, Pstsful Splssa, sad Wssk Stomach. For the l ure ol all tho above Disease this preparation Hands unrivaled, and Its sood and pennaneut illW'ts are attested br thousands, aud tt (a recommended Bilk bytbo abJeatj ui d'.eal lain and the mluUtry. benefl-rl- al TRY IT, all you that aro afflicted, and be convinced of lu wonderful power and effecU. Itf rr Fr, THE GREAT SUCCESS TIIU KAMol'S DEERING TWINE BINDER. Llndcra. Sluikllcltv Itielfwh.u compared wilh all oihtr For Ihe season OIHWJ Iho iiiuat riiill-ru- l hut uuil ndtuuretl iiiiiroi-iucii- l uiado. Udeen plei taaeu out ol Ihe kuot bum l;lurfdtlce. 'Ibressptluir rcuioned hu.Uui Kery motluu poalllmi. No cbaiue lo set out of order No luom expert. Auy ous waiil-- u a Wilder ihoulJ call ou 111 lieeriiig Aiceut sud Ibsgrvsls-- t that haa Uu stw tbUlmproneiMCUl uadsslucolb Introduction ol twin binding an Peering-Twililudcr, Ural Introduce! lu UI, , baa alwaya Usu Mbead lu liuproreuisuta, luipiiu-trlor durability. Usui draft and good work KiV.V, d. K by .1 L I.H H t a U Stanford, Ky latvl-2Iltspers I'dl.-A- Uo for sal Peering Light U owsra r STOMACH BITTERS JL'or tefulss m Htuufurcl lay Xoatty(Jt MoAlUtof. CHCRCH BlrUCTHRT. ly, when thing wcro getting thawed f a or.n Aar. ICK AJtli ont, thoy looked nt their thermometer Tho nso of icons a luxury, in tha form A Mnrjland-lorv. colored woman, livH. C. Morrison. MKTIIOI)IHT,80UTII.-RiMonday morning and and found it hod gone away up till it was ing nt Syracuse, has hair as whito ns o or of iced water, is boeonv nlgatfircpt the third, ."rarer Meeting eerry & Thursday night. Kunday Hehool at too a, M, ICY. only 40 degrcos below xero. It was snow. Hut, then, sho has passed a cent- ing moro prevalent in thiscountry. Used Iter II. i. rtorrlenn.rliiperlntendent. growing warm and comfortable, ury of life, Mng in her 102d year. Sho in theso ways, they aro generally takon, Chicago J l. Haoc. I'aator. HetTlcee IsArriMT lt Juno 15, 1883 Flilay Mornlaff, Tho rrixjrt of tho voyages of is a cripplo from a fall about a year ago, capocinllyby tho young, recklessly, with-o3 on rurorni enti rourtn rtundays, morning and night, rrsyer Meeting every Wednesday afterare nmong tho most interest- but otherwiso as well as over. noon. Runday rkhonl at 9 it a. at. It, K, Harrow n thought of any serious, iioesibly TIIK O.Xt.V LINK Ill'NNINII FlOtTKRa. Superintendent. ing accounts over given of tho region of Although Mrs, Joseph Smart is in her fatal, results that may follow. To coota, llllllSTIAN.- - Worship hv the Mmiregstlon ev- - PuIliiiHii tibut PtilHcu eternal snow, Ho started on hU last 90th ycor, sho is visiting her daughter An aveingo stomach has an immenio V ery iaru a nay. s reeening oy J. W. UOI Hsr little prsiis night she said, onrWiuid and Fourth lonl'a dsys, lr Rundsy Hehool trip along tho northern ahoro of Asia, in in Troy, N. Y,, mid delights in short deal to do to digest three full meal a AND HOI.lt) THAINfl at IS. Joe. Reverence, Ruperlntendent. 1 hn looted with wistful eyea, The blond It the foundation of midsummer, 1878. Ills ship, tho Vcgn, pleasure trips. Sho is in excellent health, day; especially when, as is frequently n R. riltKlillYTKIllAN. HOUTU.-ltHall lendorly tad half afraid. life, it circulates through every pait CHICAGO I TO I ror, pastor. Runday Rehool at SO. W. LOUISVILLE Up to th starry skies. was provisioned for two years. Thoy has good oyesight, and reads a gnat the cose, it la disttirlxsl and irritated by of the Ixxljr, and unlcu it It pure Union Prayer Meeting on luui, nuMrmienaeni. laid in a plentiful supply of lemon juice deal. Wed neMay r nights. food that is indigestible bocauso of its and rich, good health it impotublc. Slio is of activo temperament, tor dally breed, ne'er aswshj la vasa, e MraruLNoTtrK. Iaaengers I rum lb If diieate hat entered the tyitem Kb eased th heavenly power. and cranlx-rrsauce, and other things and nover idle, IWanchofl. A N. It. it. arrive In LoelavllU quality or quantity. Let it Im rememthe etiljr tute and quick way to ihive In time to 1st th evening It sin ol the "Monon Teeee, Ood I" ah whispered tow efata, that wrro sour and cooling. bered that thcro in nothing in tho body Tho daughter of Mm. Elizabeth BowIloule" and go through to It out it to imiify and emicli the "CI?' m my dally rower I 10 thoy sighted tho northernmost point man, who died nt (Jorydon, Iiid., reblood, muscle, membrane, liono, blood. ronls'lllc, Idtrnjette Her dill flowers, ber baby days, Thrse timptc factt are well of tho old world, Northeast rape. For cently, in hor 101th year, witnessed many ucrvo, brnin or accretions which ami t'lilrnge wlthont rhans;r. In cm bright garden flaw; Inown, and the highest medical HTANKOni). KY. sovornl days provfoun thoy had liecn en' encounters !ctwccn tho pioneers and tho has not como of tho contents of tho And Ilia a flower In til her way -- TIMKTAI11.K.. f authoiilict agree that nelking hut Th dimpled creature (raw, vcloped in fog, but suddenly on this day redskins, as her parents moved into tha stomach. Neither is there a thought, n iron will restore the blood to itt Kelly. BTAIIIINA, Dally. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. tho cold clouds parted. Tho peak of tho country of tho Shawneo Indians when feeling, nn emotion, a volition or an net natural condition and alto that II fair and aweet a tiny meld I.ve, laiulsvlll. ... all the iron preparation! hitherto A an j Moaaora tltpla SIS am old capo lighted up splendidly. Thoy sho was n littlo girl. which has not derived tho material forco I 01 a is 1 01 pm Arr. tlrrencsitle. ..... made blacken the teeth, caute headThat dawn tad daw'a aoft etreaa perenao Rise of Stage, M18O. Klht romnleteeeta ol Scen' Crawfordsvllle. J OS am S 01 pm noarcd tho cliff and fired a cannon saery Reeling capacity, Including gallery. SOU. "Aunt Polly," Jerome, of Now Lon- back of it from tho stomach. ache, and are otherwise injuilout. From mother earth's broad boeom. S IS am 4 It pm Ursyelte Iteesoaable rsle to attractions. AdJriwa lute. As thoy enrna still nearer thoy don, Ct,, died recently, aged 103 years. SO am s SO SIM UKOWN'S I RON UlTTKRS W illthor- " Chicago Such nn orgnu must, thorcfore, bo aa alove. Aid flowere lite kin the darling loved; oughly and quickly assimilate w ith saw a hngo polar bear standing upon n Her mental qualities wero but littlo highly organized. It has countless arTh moat direct rout, wlib ante on thsngeef Bbe bore the fragrant bud. the blood, purifying and strengthenrsrs, tosll polnu In Wlsronsln, Minnesota, lews, glittering iceberg making faces nt them. clouded ; sho war not nfllicted with deaf- teries, veins, nerves and glands. It is Where'er ahe plsyed, where'er aha roved, Nebraska, Ae For lurther lutormstlon, addrres ing it, and thus time disease from MUltHAY KKl.l.lCK.(l. P. A., In apron or In hand. College. But n field of ico barred their prog- ness, as peoplo of her ago usually nro ; lined with a delicate mucous membrane, any part of the system, and it will Unlstlll, Ky headnot blacken the teeth, cause And while ahe prayed, with look eatsne ress. After trying ihouoctually to was always cheerful nud contented, and ns much so nn tho ntr tubes. ache or constipation, and it posiAs If sue naked a treasure .HTAM'OItll. KY. forco their ship through it thoy finally enjoyed tho companionship of friends. It is studded nil over with glands which tively mi injurious. Too great for Ood to giro perchance gavo up, and anchored to an Mrs. Mary Jano Itozello, of Oswego, clnlmrato nud pour iutoit that wonderful For juat her baby pleasure. With a Full Cerpsof Teachers, Afterward it got so hot, however, that N. Y., died recently after 100 years of fluid, gastric juice. Its coats consist of Saved hit Child. I echoed In my heart her prayer, tho tomporaturo of tho water a littlo life. Sho was married sovcnty-ilvyears different layen of muscles arranged Remembering earth's ead hour, This Institution will epen Its Thirteenth Reealon if N. Cutaw St., lUlilmore, HJ. And weary weight of aln and can, ways down into tho ocean was only ono ago and has lieou tho mother of fifteen crosswise, aud theso are constantly at oninezj asnnusy in September nesk reUif, IM Gcnti " Olta na our dally flowera I Upon the recommenda. degroo lwlow zero. In theso high north- children. died in 1801, work, giving it that peculiar rolling moHor husband lion of a filtuJ I trleJ llaowN'a ALU THE BRANC1IM OK A Uom tlirttat as a Ionic and re. The kindly word, the smite serene, ern latitudes fresh meat will stay frozen aged 110. Up to n few days before her tion by which the. food is thoroughly itoratlve for my daughter, whom The greeting of hard ns iron for untold hundreds of death sho was physically nud mentally mixed with saliva. Every organ and 1 was thoroughly convinced was THE ORCAT THOnOUGHENGLtSHCOURSE The brotherhood In apeech and mien, wailing away with OMiturapllon. years, 'lho bodies of Siberian mam- active. rnusclo when iu motion must havo a That soothe onr common eorrow. Ilaeinf loal three daughter! ty the Are tsught, aa well as IcrrlUe dlseaae, under the care of moths havo boon found, imbedded in special supply of blood. This is espeFor forty years a centenarian eminent phriklant, I waa loth to "These human bloeeoma of the heart Lclicve inat aert MTJBIO. TUB LANUUAOEH, UHAW could arrcll ice, as fresh as when the animal breathed who recently died iu a llussinti cially truo of tho stomach. Giro to our dally needing! the progrcil cl the iteaie, but, to INU AND l'AINTINO. its last expiring sigh, though tho Lord village, was stono blind. Ho continued Sear Lord I are not theee too a part my great aurprite. before my dauah. Food, therefore, falls to digest if tho tcr had taken one bottle of IlaowN's Of Thine Immortal feeding? " knows how ninny ages ago that ovent his business of tailor up to tho day of blood is withdrawn from the stomach. laoM llirraaa. ahe Ufa to mend and now la quite rcttorcd to lot mcr And back the eudden anawer fell 2 nctunlly took place Dogs ate tho flesh his death, threading his licodlo by nenus ns, for instance, to tho braiu by study, health. A huh daughter began to " Whate'er My band hath gtren In Tuition, rrlrta ranee from tt& to 130 In th ot ono of theso mammoths with ns much of his tongue. His sense ot touch was orcloMO thought, or by anxiety, immedishow signs of Consumption, and regulsr Departments. lrlmary, 123, Intermediate My ronatant lore and care to tell, when the physician was consulted relish as though it had bcon so ncuto that ho could distinguish tho ately after eating. he quickly ,t J "Tonics were re. 110; lrerralaiy, ISO, and Collegiale, IM. II truly bread from heaven." quired." and when Informed that After waiting a while longer, during denominations of bank notes with his Now, it is tho nature of cold to meeiIdcr sitter waa taking IlaowN's For full particulars, as to Hoard, Acaddieae laoM Uittus, respond led "that la tho interesting summer weather, nil blood vessels and drive bock tho fingers. THE AGE OF ICE. MKH. N, ), TKtIKIIKAKT. I'rturlnisl, a good tonic, taVe IL" Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky. W lien Sirs. Elizabeth Bowman, of blood, aud to paralyze, moro or Icjs, all and his men chopped tho AuoaaM PusLrs. Without Cdaase and with Speed UHhUH There was a timo when tho world bravo littlo Vega out of tho ico with Corydon, Ind., departed this lifo not nerves. Of course, tho flow of gastric wasn't as hot na it is now. Ages ago axes, and got her away. SHORTEST AND QUICKEST WHITE long ago, sho was tho oldest inhabitant juico is checked and digestion is arrested Urown'j Iron niTTEKS effectualnil North America and all Northern EuMOM LDUmilU TO Tilt ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and They soon afterward wero frozen in of tho Stato. Sho was a nntivo of Penn and tho proicr motion of tho stomach rope lay sleeping within a covering of for tho winter. But it wasn't so very sylvania, and reached tho astonishing interfered with by the Weakness, and renders the greatest influid relief and benefit to persons tullciing ice. This cool covering was in many bad. Even on tho 21st of December ago of 105 years. She was tho mother o troduced iu to it. from such waiting diseases as Conplaces over half a rnilo thick. Rivera they enjoyed five hours of blessed sun- eleven children, tho grandmother of SVIltiMnl when tho reaction sets iu tho sumption, Kidney CouiplaiuU, etc. Further, PUILMAN CARS Nashville. Msmbkla. of ico, 3,000 feet deep, leveled up tho shine. Liltl ItoeV, Mealeomar; Milan , MI1IHB, Thoy sient a jolly Christinas forty-ninof blood vessels beoomo tho Jaeksoavllla, Mobile, and Mew Orlsaas. volleya even witli the hill tops, and with tho thermometer only (to degrees. 155, and tho producing often a dangerous congestion flowed on and on slowly over tho ground Indeed, it nover went lower than 46 de of 33. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA nud nn increased thirst, with n demand toward tho oceans. la Palace Cera Without Change. 13 RECOMMENDED TJY rHYglCIAKtl All tho shallow grees below zero. During his voyago of thus inducing a " viNew Orleans has an old German for moro seas and ocean wcro frozen solid to tho 1872-- 3, tho same navigator wintered at woman, known as "Grossniuttor," who cious circle." SHORT LINE TO THE EAST nno Catarrh of tho Naeal Trees Louisville la Palaee Cars wltheat change. bottom. Where groups of islands ore Spitsbergen, in 80 degrees north lati- liec.imo a ccutenariau last Christmas. or trie or Utcerntlvsl cntnrrn INTS.RNcnr. From what wo have said any rcador ! ALLY, unci Thro.it. It le tnken strung along tho coasts now, all was tude. Tho sun disappeared Oct 22. It Her comical stories, about old times iu can see that iced water or tiT FMIRRANTQ line ol eta DIRCOTLY upon tha Blood nnd a""' mis road will Mucous) Surfnoes of th Rrstem. It then ouo solid niainlaud. Tho inter- stayed cool and dark till February. Tho Get many, created great merriment, aud should not lw taken into tho stomach at 1st tho heat Blood Purifier In tho receive special low rates. OltAlt OKUlIAKl MII.I.Nt Bee Areata of thhfnipey for rales, rootss WORLD, nnd la worth ALL thMla vening waters wcro frozen into an d darkness mado tho temper bad. In Ciu tho ueigldiors flock to her houso to listen tho same timo with food. Serious concharsied for It, for THAT olona. Ac.or wilt. c.P. AlktUKE, 0. P. s, T. A. J. II. ltUTCUl.NOB, U.1X3T1 j- mass. Tho world was W cinnatti it is observed that 101 degroes to them. Sho sows and rends without tho sequences ofteii follow a disregard of " Lnuiavllia, Kr. Do cuito.ii grinding Tuesdays and r'rlJars of each 0NL7 INTERNAL CURE AU this geologists havo found out by above zero in tho sluulo lias the snmo aid of glasses. Sho FORCATiREB llJ-Ihad two husbands, this physical law. week. N MAKKtrrgt.i their learning. rr-ieffect. When tho light enmo back tho and brought up sixteen children, ouly Be offer One Hundred Dollars tor any And TUB XBir.M'APKlt .V.I Snow falling year after year npon tho explorers looked at ono another and ouo of whom is a girL AME1UCAN- ot wninrrn it wm not .urt-- . ossd Pfoplo who livo near tho great thormountain tops lay without melting. fonnd that the faces of all had a polo WILL CUKK ANV CASK. Ily the peeullerly WonlcJ advertlerments of rival Cu.1 OfBcn of A. T. BTiwanT Constant accumulation from nbovo yellowish green tint, tho color of a lank is gratifying to learn that Niagara oughfares, where thoy havo access to Cmcsuu. Ill . Junn 4. ISO. I routes, which sre liable 10 deceive the public. Th rhorlel snd qultkrst I louts from Clncln-ns- tl (I. two or three dailies and a half dozen pressed it together till it became, ico. potato sprout iu a cellar. Jesers. F J. CIseneiruT LU, IWnlo, has been in a monsuro abandoned as West Is the ICcmtuolcy. fJeaUrmrn. I tain tdeanura Inlnfnrmlnir rou Tho some pressuro forced it on down Fogs of brilliant I bavn usod Hall' CaUrrb funs It luu hung summer resort. Peoplo go there, stop weeklies, do not fully npprcciuto the that Upon solicitation I hare accepted the agency lor curr.1 mv I wal very lsd atnd don't hrelute to the valleys. Along tho shores over tho ground during April. Thoy and look, and hurrv away from tho value of a nowsiraper. They come, inthrough aay that It will cure any raao of Catarrh If taken Lincoln and (iarrard counties of this moat & MISSISSIPPI R. W. Yuur truly. of thecontinouts gigantic ice walla were saw gorgeous mock suns. Beau tiful worst lot of oxtortionista upon tho glole, deed, to look upon them ns necessities, r and twrfMtlr reliable. Institution, the prvperlr. object of the A. M. A. Nxlrty being "to prorlde formed, since in'no part of the son was and they would as cheerfully do without nnanciai aid to the widows, orpbana, neira, legabobbed about in a frisky manner The hotels havo put down their prices tTORTII StlO A llOTTLKA Mich., write Hate had K. Mraasr. rloone tee and assigns 10 IToura tho water deep enough to float the all summer. hoping to encourage n return ot old their morning meal as their morning should heel late of lis deceased uienibeie." II will Catarrh furs) Jackson. Cure currd yean. la secure membership, afford sue full Inloruiatfon to Ihoee rnn. ComJdfrhworthliatOabotlle. masses away. From timo to timo, hugo For really cool aud refreshing reading times. But the old residents of Niagara mail. But ono must bo far off iu tho desiring pleasure to giroshowing by all Drugrlsta at . rt rer uotuo. object td tha ! the It and M.A,,r.rfurl en.1 annO- i- T J. Cllt-VLpieces of theso walls crumbled away iu hot weather, however, we can not do falls will have to dio or rooro nway country, remote from " tho maddening Society, names circulars A CO. of tbeofflrers.dc. Kolo IToortolora, TOIXIX3, OUIO. V. II. HOVHKSTKtt, Hours ahead of all other line. and fell into tho water. Then mount- better than to turn to Capt, Hull's before tho traveling world will stop any crowd," to realize tho full luxury of a F. Stanford, Ky. ltd For sals In Slanbrd by Penny A McAllsUr. ains of ice stood about the wall. In our Arctic explorations. Ho mentions Bitting longer than thoy can help, where. newspaper. Tho farmer who receives Dally Tialna, with nachangt of rare for any classol passengers. day Dr. Hayes saw off the coast of up in bed, in his and writ- "gouge" is written over every door but ouo paper a week does not ghinco Pally Trains to Louisville, with Free Psrlor Greenland au iceberg aground in water ing in his journal when tho mercury post and bridge, and hanging to overy over; its columns hurriedly, with an air Care. Dally Trslns to Kvsnullle, 4 hours In nearly half a milo deep. His raiimato outsido tho hut went down to 62 degrees hackman and porter's coat-taTo bo of imiMiticnco, as does your merchant or of all routes, with one lee thsng was that it weighed of ears. 2,000,000,000 below zero. While his ship was frozen severely let alone is what they need at lawyer. Ho begins with the beginning Dally Trains la Cairo, 7 hours quicker lhan 1)11. GANN'S HKMEDIES.I pounds. What an it would in on tho northern coasts, he took a Niagara. Peoplo who fence off view" and reads to tho close, not permitting a any other line, and na change of rare. Dally Trales to New Orleans. Ma change of have mode I pleasure tour in sledges across tho coun- and sell them for $1, and look mad lx news item or au advertisement to cscapo FOR THE MII.LION. cars Irons ClnclnnalL Just such a solid, frozen wall asToared try iu lho month of January. Ho took causo thoy can't chargo for the air tho his eye. Then it hns to bo thumbed by ,h'B QOmaha.KU MANUFACTURED II Y W. K. OAHN, M. P., 12 HOUrS its front around tho coasts of Europe three pounds of Cincinnati cracklings visitor breathes, oro not pleasant for every member of tho family, each ouo on Ifanaae Pitu Two 'lourslees chsng of cms looking for things in which ho or she is and North America is seen on along for soup. Ho Bays tho soup was steady company. MONTICEIXO. KY. fdll3dS Ijliy tars, and less Tim th Ihsn by other lines. daughmost interested. Tho grown-u- p tho northern limit of tho Antarctio conexcellent. The woiM Is Blled with tha wonderful, beautl- Th A M. Is Ibtonlr Una with J Dalle The total amount of monoy oxpended ter looks for tho marriage notices, and is tinent. Sir J. O. Boss sailed along its ful and Intricate Inventions ol msu, yet all the Trslns f. Clnclnnsll loHuIaHila, making direct Ono part of tho story is tolerably stiff, from by tho Government iu tho District ot delighted if the editor has treated combined talent and genius that tbe world has evronneeiiona in in umoo IWl (si nt lxulilwlin edgo for a distonco of 450 miles, and as suite a frozen region. Tho Captain er known bss never produced anything that can Missouri I'ecUe lUileay, ttt. Loula, Iron Muo-lal- n ! compare wain "Dr. Ilann's Iteuedlre.'' Medical A Houtbern Hallway, Chicago ft Alton Hall, found it unbroken by a singlo inlet. wore a long, heavy board. His breath Columbiu for all purposes from July 10, them to a lovo story. The son who is skill and science have, aa yet, tailed to discover road, Chicago, Hurllngtun A Clulucy Usllroevd: Europo and America wcro surrounded, coated his whiskers with frost. Filially 1790, to July 30, 1870, is S02,112,395. just about to engage iu farming, with any Ihlugoiual to these, torth turn of the dis AMI. IaiuIs lUUruad, Walsh, hL Louis A are Mlwwurl, Kansas ATlta wnicn faclte Kali $5,212,737 81 eases lor snd usestney prsla--recuumeujea. as tneir way, HI lUllrusd, Dan h overwhelmed, by an Arctio thoy frozo in a solid mass together, hurd This sum was divided as follows : an enthusiasm that will carry him far American Aneti, are d br thousands through. virtues Louis A Franclsiu Hallway. Capitol 117,1M,6S1 out the length and breadth ol th land, and as ocean, filled with 7 in advouoa of his father, reads all tho and icebergs and unyielding as a ixjker. Ho wished Library ol Cougreea. 1,575, St 31 yean Rtandard lauillv Medicine, they cannot be Impress This Upon Your Memory. I,st0,4t9 crop reports and has u keen oyo for hints Lonei paid in aularelully suljelantlsieU by th strong-ea milo high, Tho saino proooascs now to take his reindeer jacket oil over his White llouatf.worha of art Purtbaaeof 0J,W9 oi,uuu,uuu.uu inu.o. exceeu tea llmoulale. 7J7,N1J Th O. M. Is lb only tin by which you in operation among the groat glaciers of head, but tho hard mans of ico and board Butanla Garden State, etc about improved modes of culture. Tho Coughs, Culds, Croup, llronehUla, Consump for Departmant of 4,IW9,048 csn get through cars Iroiu ML Louis tion ana an ifieeaeeaaoi tna snroat ana s.unga, without pal lS tatra tar Clnclonstl to to money l'roinpt and Honorable. 1'ujh T,lJl,V4i younger members of tho family como in Solid, tho Alps wero going on then on a gigan-ti- o prevented. Finally ho took out his Treasury Department In addition , War Department peld fur ticket. a,lHI,ua losses vtlthont U0 dais' discount. scale. Above tho snow-lin- o Uho I)r. Ohiiu'h CoukIs Nyrup. Furilcksts, rsUe.or anr Inloimatlon, rail on in tho knife, in a desperate stato of mind, and Nary Department 3,tU,m for tho amusing anecdotes and scraps of Pootofflce Department 3,134,504 Agents of connecting Hue. Alps, tho constant accumulations of hacked off chunk after chunk of whiskfun. AU look forward to tho day that Does tbe Leading American Basinets. For Liver ComolalnLDvawMla. Iodlreitlon.Jsun- - Ticket NDepartment of Agriculture, 3,171,1'! -If I'lees rail at 14(1 Walnut si, S 3,3ti3,4M shall bring tho paper with tho liveliest dice. Oonstlpstlon, Hour clomacb and all illllous frozen vapors ore still squeezing tho ered ico, till ho was finally enabled to KmlUuoniau luttltuUon IMseases, ,l7,iAW UIIILIIIIIsill(orleM(uotofMIIIslrMl. folic lee written by Iknevoleut luaUtutlona. 4,7X1,448 snow beneath into ice. It is pressed to- removo his jacket. interest, and if by some unlucky chauco W. II, SHATTUC. IVnal InaUtuUona 4,41S,3JJ line Dr. (.hiiii'h I.lvcr ure. W W. tieii'l Msnager. gether into tho volleys, and the great ioa Uen't Faseenger Aft 7a,4to it fails to como it is a bitter disappointDuring tho timo thoy took this sleigh- CourU JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent. Aqueduct e,0fl0,KM unrinnsii. For Itheuuatlau, Neuralgia, Rpralna, UrLlsee and ment. Ouo con hardly estimate tho rivers still crawl slowly, almost imper- ing party over tho frozen continent, a Fire Department 104,'iUU J. D. HILL, fasaeoger Agent, Lebanon, Ky application for msn or 3 COMI'ANIEd (91,41 amount of information which a paper that BIX OTIIEII ceptibly, onward to tho boo, melting in terriilo storm caino up. Great cracks of Canala. be sit DrtdKea. at the saina agency. Bates reasuuable. l.xweii l,tiT,sj7 is not only read but studied can carry into HI- Uho summer, and leaving great rows of ico yuwned beneath . them. Tho wind I'uUiu around Ghiiii'h I.luliiit'iit. S,V19,VU4 MreeUandatemiea scratched stono. and debris. taana, relmburaciuenU, etc ,,,., ,9tt;tM a family. Thoy hafe, week by woek, whistled with such fury, aud tho ico For Pllea, Hemorrhoids, Ilurns, Fistula and all KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. , kUaceUweoue 8605 ,400 spread before their mental vUion a panslmllsr diseases. Representative Newspaper of the South. Tho wholo interior of Greenland prethem creaked so ulurmiiigly, that sents y orama ot tho busy world, its fluctuations tho same appearance tho thoy expected every moment thoy and ra Oho Dr. Ghiiii'h IMIu Oliiliucut. out ava uitJiitr.cL.t. WEEKLY TlIE present civilized world did during tho their "igloo," or Old Si laid his umbrella down on a and its vast concerns. It is tho poor TIIK MOOT DEclIHAsILK ROUTE TO would be For Fresh Cuts, Rums, Ulcers and Old Bores, glacial period. It is wholly buried hurled into half it milo of counter iu a store. When ho got ready mail's library, nud furnishes as much Vhu Dr. Ghiiii'h DUIcr-NwcIV IV underneath a great weight of ico and Capt. Hall discovered un island which to go out tho article was missing. Ho mental food hb ho has timo to consumo OilltUICIlt. AN OHQANOK snow," which levels up valleyB and sweeps ho named Bishop island. and digest. No ouo who lias observed Tho ex- turned to some darkies near nud said : And dwiJedlr th l'oiiular Ilouta. aflordlnr. aa It over hills in its creeping, mysterious CHoDr.GiiiiirH.Sloiiiitcli IIHtci-- dues, less changes and superior accommodation to " Wliar's dot umbrellu dat I put dare how much those who aro far away from plorers used to tuko walks iu tho fresh progress toward tho ocean. Where it A llrllabU Tonic. Aptlser and II loud PurlBer, tho places whero men most congregate with tho mercury ut on dot counter ? " air for their health, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, aud also cures Dvpaepela, lndlgeatlon. Liver roaches tho margin of tho sea, a great, 40 valuo their weekly papor can fail to CVimplalnt, Malarial Fevers and all periodical Th.Wn.lh fcl.t..--.- l " Wo didn't seo it,"roplied ono. degrees. Thoy uiadu journeys over .n.l W&- t. u Diseases. Msnufscturcd and lor sal by &wfulwall of ico stands, ilOO feet above incent mpist a trip In any direction, your lulereet "Mcbbo so, but I mightily 'spects dat join in invoking a blesaiug on tho broken ice floes. Sometimes thoy na oesiserveu or purcosaing your licasu 11a the sea level. How far down into tho stopped into a treacherous crack, which somo ob ycr felt hit." 2--r. ventor of this means of intellectual Am Enisii Or dm winC and Cincinnati, 'i Trains each way 2; Full K. water it goes, nobody knows. Nobody Role proprietor, Montlcello, Ky. AarAII orders man t'alac tats; Llrgsnt Nsw Day Coacuee, and Ctdar Jlaptdt Jlcjmbltcan. " No, wo didn't, needor." would immediately widen, uud plunge bandaomely furnished lucllulng Chair Cars lorta MONOPOLIES, 0LIGARCHISM by mall will rwelt pioiupt atleutlon. ever went down to sea tha uucqualrd equliimenta or this Old HellabU, "Don't ycr fool wid ino, now, 'koso I them into diiully oold v outlier below. thereby msklng a trip user this Hue on ol Human foot has scarcely left a track March 17, with tho mercury at 12 de- hain't gwiuo to git out no hnpus corpis arum avitJKCJa Uf VMI'UT.ITIUX. inn coiuforl aud pleasure. Try II. Dou't bet up liny subjects of dispute uno-t- t in tho in this deadly cold interior grees, thoy witnessed u phouomouon. for dat umbreller ' THE SPIBIT OP SUSSIDY I TIME TAULK. IN EFFECT MAY 20, ISM. HY. in your house. From frequent dispute region. "All fa one dead, dreary ox "Hcro'a ycr parasol, Hi I" said tho there is such a growth Bhowcra of suow fell from a icrfootly As embodied In of angry words, panso of white," says Geike. In a spaco HOUTH. ho. 'A I No. i. I h'o.i. clear sky, so clear that they oould look merchant, who liad put it down to keep mortillcd vanity aud tho like, that tho of country six times as largo as tho up and see the stars shining S IU am sua p 4 10 put (Vivlugton, Eiist Lv. Falmouth.. through tho drippings off tho counter. original subject ot differcnoo becomes a to a tu 4 to p " SSI pus wholo British empire, not n livo creat5 4pui "Ah I dut'a all right, boss ; but dis standing subject for quarrel, " Cyutblana... 10 SO a in s 10 p tho rain of snow crystals. THE nud thcro 11 SO a m 5 15 pi " Paris.... ure, man, beast or bird, is to be seen. Tnpra They frosted their heels and their hero ouBorliness 'bout do whurabouts ob it a tendency iu all miuor Arr. Lslngtou.m. 11 15 p m s IS pi Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Lv. Islington IS &S p m 43 p S 10 put disputes to WEEKLY COD Tho cold is too intense. Not a sound is noses. Once, being very thirsty, Oupt. a umbreller sorter riles a inuii, I was drift down to it. If Arr, Wlncneeler .. 1 65 p in 7K pi wish to livo over heard, aavo only when tho storm 40 Tha only Hue running Ml. rilcrllug. lias no and political i ua p in II 31 null chipped off socio bits of ico from jess gittin' ready, of ono ob dene niggers well together, they must not hold too paper Insuperior aa a great fatuity circulation u ir " Ashland the newspaper world. Its It whistles through tho snow and ico crags. pi an iceberg aud put them into his mouth. got nway wid dat awuiti', ter roll him much to logie, and " Ilunllnglon. 111 i III II 10 a PULLMAN NEW 3LEEPINO OARS that everyDaring explorers in ships havo from Ho tells us it frozo his mouth fust. JtANV TMKH LAIttlKIt iu dat warter out .lur tell steuut wouldn't thing is to bo Bottled supjKiso No. . No.S. Ko.l. Noun. ami- by sufficient reason. Than any political newspaper In the Uoutb, and time to time skirted along tho GreenIt start on him ef yei sot him agin a houso Vlncimutll Commercial. Lv. Iluntlnglou .. S 10 p ui C so a ui VlJam Dr. Johnson saw this clearly with re- eicelled by but few In tha United Slates. It conland ico wall. Thoy sjeuk of tho soono Aahlaud... t 4S p m II SO a 10 OS a ui afiro I " tba uoal MLtlterllng ui I TJpm gard to married jH'oplo, when ho said: tains eachofweek world, and complete tuinmsiy of tbe news tbe as splendid and ferriblo beyond descripIts editorial coluinna s 10 a m It 07 p 1 SSpu Winchester are always trtstf ir.ir iu m:ina. Imi the puir, nbovo OUury tYalleraon. old " Wretched would Arr. Lcslogton... IIIOSU II M p m StSpru tion. Bometimes tho wall sloops white Tuis rim ot tho homogeneous aoie, airvug aim uuini. Among sue 7 So a in Lve. Lealugton.. (Jill ('III IIHtl HUll 06 p m SOopiu t LouluviUc, There hud been a great deal of bod KaTKCIAL FKATUltEH " I'aili, S 40 pus and still in its everlasting fetters of frost. as it is called, is cast from melted all names of wretchedness, who should Ale Telegraphic rjpeclals from all the leading poln la slOaui Ity Cynthlsua..... lUsia S It pm 4 II put. iu sue oeriai ami euori Or a littlo wiiiil will come, aud whisk feeling between two flulvestou families ; scraps of wrought iron and steel. As bo doomed to adjust by reason, overy Hlorlee, uuiieu oiairs auu feurupe.day 10 00 a iu 4 50 p Ul SOS put Falmouth Taluiage's Berinons lb alter delivery Arr. Cut Inglou. It SO a m 5 W p ui SO put vast clouds of snow dust down from tho hence, theio was much urprLu when soon as it has cooled suflleieutly to "set" morning, all tho minute detail of tho In llrocklyu 'tabernacle, llarket Ilcporls, FashA friend, iu speuk-in- g Block Ueporis, Answer la ion Letters, SlAYciVILLE DIVISION. ice cliffs, Anou tho sileuco will bo bro- they iutuiiuurrii'd, it is taken fium tho mold uud placed in domestio day," But tho application Correspondents' Turf and Ueparliusut, I'oetry and Depart No. to thofuthtrof tho bride, asked if another aud tho Lv. Ualngtou 4 4Spm. Mays vllle T tntnt ken by a deafeniug crash. A hill of ico cuutcrpiuco is oust of should be much moro geuoral than ho shouldtor Children. It, Ko Home Iu tbe Country Connecllng Iu same depot with fail trains lor No. 10 MaysvllI S 00 au. Arr. Islington Sopia lOant be without tho families had made friends. mado it, Thero is uo timo for such No. II " Islington S aui " MaysvllI SOOau breaks off from tho glacier and tumbles tho best wheel irou. Tho two metals No. IS ' MsistlllelJSJpul " Leslngton H 4S ptn " Not u bit of it. 1 hato every bomi aro thus ilrnily welded HVHHCH1VTIOS TKHSHl reasonings, and nothing that is itato the ocean, causing tho sea to "boil together. bon-llaw's body." Dally, 111 a year! Kunday. 12 a yearj Weekly, worth them. And, when we recollect No. 4 runs dally aud baa day co cuts' frou tin. like pot," An explorer iu this part of iu my alntly copy one year, 11.60: Hre copies, one year, The DlreotEoute to Lynchburg, Danclnnall to Wasblugbjn, Fullmsu bleeperslo a "Why did you let him marry jour In tho everglades of Florida has been how two lawyers or two politicians can S3. SO. Alter aclulMit Ore baa been seat ua lb Falls, W. Va. Ulopa ouly at stations on K. tbe world was once wakod up in the ville, Norfolk, club raiser can, throughout year, add alugle daughter, Iheu?' C. It. ILwher Urn Is given. No. t tuns dally found a sptoius of wild ooffoe, uud it has go on coulendiug, and thut thero is no subscription si our lowest the rate II. 10 for club aoruUigbya sailor, who gave him the eicept Hunday, baa through noache la llunilog. yearly subscriptions. " To get even with him, I guess ou boeu demonstrated that coffee may bo end to tou No. S luus dally ettept Hunday between reasoning ou any sub- can be recelred at this Yoarly subscriptions ouly information that tho fire had rale. Our terms lor leu All Virginia and North Carolina Cuvlogtuu and Lrslugluu. No i runs dsllyi kuow that gill's mother as welt ruiiod thdto than ytar are from Weaning, aud bss elrgsut dsy coach tuul to tho best imjorteil ject, wo shall uot be sure that such con- for sixamonths; SO II forlureight woulbs; 74 ctuta a gone out, and that "tho mercury was dou't Points. cents thrtw months. tou. t'ulluiau rjleeper from Kapawha Falls and as I do." A tear down to tho ball." Their cofl'oo iu For tickets aud further Information, apply to iwrlor cars from Lealngiou to Cluclunatt. Only One of our beat clttiem would say to the tention is tho best mode of arriving at free sample copy of Weekly tWfrWvumai Is sent of charge lur esauilnatlon Ihre stupe. Nus. I aud S luu daily, eicept Bantruth. But certainly it is uot tho way Liberal rash eoiuinlaslon allowed ou application. yourueareel IkktlollUe.or addreae (fee coHuo pot was frozen hard as a canvassers, and dar, euduav through coaihea from Huntington A MAN iftvit stubs his too ou tho public Hit he has tried Hall's CaUrrhCure oulSlMUt tbsu free of charge. Address to orrivo at good temper. JAMtM V. KKNMT. and Mt. dialling. Direct connection at Laslnetoa and it U all that U claimed for it. Price tone. Their biscuits were liko so many tlitcuhuld of mures.. W. N. llALUKMAN. tleul. Western Ageut, with stages fur Ukbuwed.Ky., Laerencsburg.ly., President Co., Loulstllle, Ky, W. Mitlss Nl Loulaillle, Ky , and Vrsalll,Ky. t. lstuluet btteieis. It was a thrilling at Penny Jiuti Fllnn, UuU?illw, tars: " I bavbe 75o per bottle, Davton. ft McAHtler's. Wukn a Boston ninn invites you to O. W. UF.NDt'H. a L. BROWN, After Hiuvk tribulation they uttd lirownVIroD Bitters and find it to II. Oaonell. Kr.. sira: I need dinner, H. W. VULLKK, BuperluUndenL Duaocntio and for a Tariff for Serena O, W. (SMITH, Oso'l Fat. A Tkl. AL heads a Usu'l MasajeV, llsu'l I ass'r As1!. BMaWfed to start a Ato, Kan wood tho beat of remedlf tot indlgeitioo and Im- Brown's Iron Hitler very auccewfully and I BtCtUH and beans." postscript N, B.. lie Uural ostoss, OuvlsgteD, Ky, jUdnaooJi Virginia. on.. blood?1" "no cm recommend It u a valuable tonic." mu2 rWutwd to burn, Fi&tJ-- i pure wm JSmOTuldilHlfriflrlaHnd nrrr "l!f01VN IIOUTE." Railway. m Louisville, New Albany ut PLAIN 1 TRUTHS Cars! ee. MrKI-Jeh- ' Knot-vl'l- On-Aii- ten-do- u, OPERA HOUSE!. l'rn new-bor- n rt . Stanford Female ico-flo-o. o lCJsv!LLXM?HyiuiH Through Trunk Line TERMS MODERATE. fresh-kille- con-tra- ct ice-col- d HALL'S ouiiaiN Cnvlty-Chronlo e, er d, Ratarrh1 tS SOUTH & WEST r, NOTICE ''" iron-har- m tub r.lHSl-HOVH- Don't Led Astray! 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