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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 19, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883061901_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 19, 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. I I 2 V. jwrni HeeUii Meftof X.-NUM- mtfiwl NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUME BER 510. Antiquity of Nurterj Rhymes. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, JUNE 19,1883. The Boats the Cnalt Build. Did you over hear about tho wonderful boats tho gnats build? They lay eggs in tho water and tho eggs float until it is tirno for them to hatch. You can sco theso littlo egg rafts on almost any pool in summer. Tho eggs aro so heavy that ono alono would sink, Tho cunning mother fastens them all to gether until thoy form n hollow boat. It will not upset oven if filled with water. Tho upper end of theso eggs is pointed and looks very much liko a powder flask. Ono egg is glued to another, pointed end up until tho boat is finished. And how many eggs do you think it takes? From 250 to .300. When tho young nro hatched they always como from tho under sido, leaving the empty boat afloat. Theso eggs aro very, very small. First they are white, then green, then n dark gray, They swim just liko littlo fishes and hatch in two days. Then they chango again to a kind of sheath, In another week this sheath bursts open nnd lets out a winged mosquito. It is all rea dy for work. Thero nro so many of them born in summer that wcro it not for tho birds and largo infects wo would Ikj "oaten up nlivo." Our Littlo Ones. 150. W. P. WALTON, - .. Editor and Proprietor Vim VuhllmUril Turmlay t i, me nt of eub-de-- 8U.RO 1I3U ANNUJd a .1 pomleeeliwe not J"it Ihroo wnle r"" " TImw don'l Miiil lUmpi In rrlpllon, e ttrpt tomekathinr. 'V and tlieo of 1 Tin Model Brvktmem, Tlio cars slop between stations, and beforo tlio jiassciigcrB nro really coRtil-ran- t of tlio fact tlio brakeman enters and says: "Ladles and gentlemen, aa you may havo noticed, wo bavoalopp ed at' an unusual place on tlio road. i ou nro, of course all curious to know the reason of this. The train which preceded us has broken thro' a brSdgo just ahead of us, nnd not to mention tlio largo number of killed aud wounded, it is right that I should inform you that another train is due here, and may nt any moment run into us. I merely mention this in passing, What I wished particularly to say is this: If you remain in the cars, and aro not killed by tho ex pectant train, you will bo delayed fur an hoar, perhapi much longer. There fore, I ndviso you to disembark ns fast ' at possible. It is only n short five minutes' walk to tho X. Z. nnd W. roadand by tho tirno you get there a train will bo duo which will tako you to your destination, aud ns they mako tatter tirno and surer connection upon that lino you will in tho end gain in tirno by your apparent delay. If nny passengers wish to ask any questions I shrtH bo very happy to answer them. If not, I bid you Ixm voyage, aud trustHhat you may nil get out Itefore tho train, whoso whistlo I now hear, shall remove any of you to nn unknown but belter land." Boston Transcript. A clerk in a United Slntcs pension office naid that it was bin rulo to evcryjpcrsomw&o camo in was a linn' "Hardl" bo exclaimed. "You wouldn't 'think so if you had our Perjury is nothing to what pooplo will do to get pensions that don't belong to tbctn. You wouldn't supposo that n great many women, for tho anko of $3 n month, would turn their marriago into adultery illcgnlizo their marital relations and their WcIllU bo willing to bet that lbre wero 10,000 such, cases. It hnp. pMtfia1 this, way: A pension to n sob diwy'i JjfMfiw eeaaca whenoyer rslio But of course tho law takes uo notice of any irregular relations which tho may enter into. So, if sho ii willing to bo without any ceremony and thus really fail to becomo tho lawful wifoof her now consort, she can continuo to draw her pensiou money. Periodically abo must como to this or some other 'pension o'flico and make oath that aho is not a wife. I have frequently known her to, bring along her children when sho makes this shameful avowal. Astonishing, isn't chil-iItm.- ,, Many of theso productions havo n curious history. Homo of them probably owo their origin to names distin guished in our literature; as Oliver Goldsmith, for instance, is bcliovcd in bis earlier days to havo written such compositions. Dr. 12. F. llim-baul- t gives us tho following particulars ns to somo well known favorites: "Bleg a Song of Sixpenco" is as old as the sixteenth century. "Three lliindMico" is found in a music book dated ic69. "Tho Frog and tho Mouso" was licensed in 1580. "Three Children Sliding on tho Ico" dated from lOItO. "London Itridco is Hro- ken Down" is ot unfatliomod antiquity. "Girls and Hoys Como Out to Play" is certainly ns old as tho reign of Charles II, as is also "Lucy Locket Jxst Her Pocket'" to tho tuno ol which tho American song of "Yankee Doodle" was written. "Puny Cat, Pussy Cat, Where Havo You IJecn" is of the nge of Queen Hess. "Little Jack Horner" is older than tho soventecuth century. "Tho Old Woman Tossed in a Blanket" is of the reign of James II, to which monarch it is suptioscd to allude. Globe-Democra- t. Rtcogniit Each Other. toll all tho operators on tho lino by their method ofmaking a singlo lotlor?" "No, not nlways by a singlo letter, but thero aro very few men oil my wiro that I can not tell beforo thoy havo written a dozen words. just ns ono learns another's penman ship. Wo havo to get accustomed to all tho didcront styles. Some operators start off with a hop skipand-jumgait and keep it up all the way thro' n messsgo of one hundred words. An other will send slowly and steadily and should wo havo fivo thousand words to transmit ho will not chango his paco. Then thoro aro fellows who will rush in a message of six or eight words, sign nnd close their key beforo anything short of an expert has time to get down the date. By that way wo aro able to distinguish between them." Hon Ttlegmphtn In Anger. "But can you p should over dctcrmlno lo do anything, whiio you are in a fit of anger, do not do it. To do it would bo liko going on board a ship during a storm, and you know how unwiso that would ho. It is said of Jdlius Cicjar, that, whenover nnything would mako him angry, ho would repeat tho wholo alphabet beforo ho suffered himself to speak. That was a good rulo. And the great Dr. Clarke, said "I am naturally as Irritable as any, but when I find anger or passion, or any other ovil temper ariso in my mind, immediately I go to ray Redeemer; nnd confessing my sins, I givo myself to he managed by him." That was a better rule than C:e you Bo-mn- n "If WALL PAPER ! TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S Druggists and Booksellers, Opora House Bio ok, Stanford, Ky ----- sar's. H. Stanford, C. RUPLEY, - Cleveland Herald. No Occasion to Weep. "Vy did you vecp so much in dot Synagogue, lasht Saturday?" asked Mose Schaumburg, tho Austin Avenue merchant prince, of Simon Wolff, au other Austin Avenue prince. Simon explained that when tho rabbi preached so touchingly on the text "Dust thou art nnd unto dust thou shall return," that ho could not control his emotions. "You vos a tarn fool, Simon," re"Thero torted Mose, impatiently. vas noddings to vcep apoud. If you vas mado of gold and had to return to dust den you might vecp, for den you loso hundred per shent, but ven you vos mado of dust and returns to dot dust, den you makes noddings and you loses noddings, so dere vas no ocTimes casion to veep so much:" Domocrat When nitrato of silver is used as a medicino for a longth of time, tho skin becomes of a peculiar bluish or slato color. Many remember tho fa miliar faco of tho bluo man who formerly lived in Washington, and whoso faco had assumed this singular huo. Thero is also a "bluo man of Missou ri," whoso skin is discolored in tho same manner and from tho same causo. Whon about fifteen, ho took fivo drops of a solution of nitrato of silver, containing twenty grains to tho ounce, nnd continued this for five or six months. At the end of that timo ho observed that his face and bands wcro becoming dark. This color has becomo permanent, and hence his sobriquet. Nitrato of silver is sometimes used as a remedy in epilepsy. ill" Preaching of tho occupation of tho tiaiuts in heaven, Mr. Spurgcon says: "One glanco from tho oyo of Christ is glory enough for any ono of us. This not all; the children of God will havo tho glory of reflecting the glory of God. I believo that you and I iti heaven will spend much tiinoin pointing out tho disposition of tlio Mint. We shall bo inado into mirrors reflect ing God's glory to unknown beings, and thero may be myriads of races, of whom wo havo never heard. When they come, then thoy will hunt up a saint, and tako ono homo, aud say, 'Come and (oil us whnt God has done What stories they will telll for you Oh, brothers nnd dieters, this shall Ijo our glory. God shall shine through. us to ilio astonishment A gentleman entered tho, compartment of. of an English railway coach in which already wcro fivo men. and seeing a parcel of thin paper ou tho seat bo picked it up. Looking' at it and then at his companions, ho asked if a gentleman had lost n bundlo of papers. Each man said "no," so ho handed tho bundlo to tho station master, saying: "As they seem to bo bank notes, I had better leave them with you." Tho men agreed that ho had douo right, but after a time, ono began to feel in his pockets, and, with many imprecations on his stupidity, announced thnt ho had lost a bundlo o notes received that day nt market. A diicustion ensued as to what was to bo done, and it was agreed that tho best thing was for the owner to get out nt the noxt station, tako a hack 'and go back ns hard ns ho could. , As tho victim hurried off, tho gentleman laughed a quiet laugh and said: "I thought there would bo ono roguo uut of six men. It was a bundlo of play bills!" Fnoa'a Lkqs and Telei'iionks. Even in tlio bcuightcd age in which Galvaui lived, it had been discovered that frog's legs wcro good to eat. He had a pair of thorn hanging on a cop per hook, and occasionally tho wind would blow them against nn iron railing and thoy would jerk convulsively whenever contact was established. Galvani noticed it and set his wits to work to find out tho cause Everybody knows tho history, although it is a long ono, aud every body knows that from thatsimplo occurrence, and through tho defunct frog's instrumentality wo havo tho telegraph monopoly, tho telephone, with the wires crossed half tho tirno and tho other hilf something tho matter with tho transmitter, tho electric light which don't burn on cloudy nights nnd many other blessings of life. The world owes all tbeso things to tho nimplo fact that frog's hind legs nro good to eat. Cloveland Leader. Few men in this country aro better known than Hon. J. Proctor Knott, recently nominated for Governor of Tho following incident Kentucky. was related to us soma years ago nnd tho words seem prophetic. At tho tinio of Itis marringo ho was in moderate circumstances, but won tho henrt and hand of n highly accomplished Ia dy. A short lime prior to tho marriago, n lady friend of bis affianced said, jocularly: "If I weroyou I would not think of marrying n man who would not somo day go to tho Legislature, to Congress and be elected Governor of tho Stale" Sho replied with emphasis, "Mr. Knott will go to tho Legislature." To tho intimation that thero was not much honor in that, sho again replied, "And Mr. Knott will go to Congress, too." After further remarks by hcrfriend, with increased emphasis sho said, "Mr. Knott will bo Governor of tho Stato." At tho tirno tho abovo incident was related to us Mr. Knott was a member Central Methodist. of Congress. General Longstreetsays tho negroes of Georgia maintain nn outward of adherence, to tho republican organization for tho sako of getting a Federal offico or two, but on election day thoy voto tho democratic ticket. Thero is n colored voting population l in Georgia of about 05,000. The number of republican votes cast in Inst election was about 25,000, of which nbout ono half wero polled by whito voters. That shows that least 50,000 of tho Georgia colored citizens havo cut looso from tho party of the frecdmen's bureaus nnd similar institutions, which wero supposed to havo lieeu founded in their interests. It would bo pleasant to seo the organs of tho coalition tacklo theso figures and show that those 50,000 colored Geor gians voted with tho democrats from compulsion. The PuovEitiitAi. Philosophy. greatest flood has tho sootiest ebb; tho sorest tempest tho most sudden calm; tho hottest lovo the coldest end; and from the deepest desiro oftentimes en sues tho deadliest hate. A wise man had rather bo envied for provideuce than pitied for prodigality. Itavcuge barkcth only at tho stars, aud spito spurns nt that sho can not reach. An envious man wnxeth lean with tho fatness of his neighbors. Envy is the dnugh'terof pride, tlie author of murder und revenge, tho beginner of sedition and tho perpetual tor ment of yjrtuo. 'Envy is the filthy Bodiinent'ofi tho'soul; a venom a or quicksilver which cousuraeth the fleali, nnd drieth up tho marrow ., of - thoibonos.s scm-bianc- o to-laso-crpoi-boh A good many republicans in this county declare their intention to "re nig" when it comes to voting for register of tho laud office. "Why, what is your objection to Bro. Asbury?" wo asked one of the growlers. "He's a d d nigger I" was tho curt and almost profane reply. "But, isn't ho also a good republican?" wo persisted. "Don't caro," bo responded; "I wont voto for a nigger." And wo meandered, no longer marveling that Amos Dean, tho colored republican candidate for jailer, only received threo votes in the county at tho August election. Breckenridgo News. Kentucky, Groceries, Provisions. &c., AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. of'all." r Itruco, a colored man, now Ilegister of tho Treasury, prefers the' term negroc& whon applied to bis ruco, rather than colored people Ho says that Chinese, Japauoio, Malays and Hindoos aro all colored people, and hchce tho term "colored people' is uot distiuctivo of particular race and that the name negro is tho proper ono to apply to his raco. person who edits a country newspaper has to do a great deal of think ing ho can not possibly avoid it. Soiaettaes be thinks of one thing and A tkcijllitkiuki of another, and bouio-time- s when ho thinks of one thing it makes him think of eomo other. NowarkCourjer. TilJen is only a year older (ban Uisaarlr, but ho is fivo years younger than Gladstone and seveu yearsyoung. er than Lord Ueaconslleld was when he died. Daniel Wkimtek on Dancino. When a follow who cannot dance goes to German, ho looks nt tho happy young man with bis hair parted in the middle), gets envious and tells this tale alwut Daniel Wbitvr: Mr. W. was onco at a ball aud a lab do dab young mail camo up to him and asked "Please excuse mo," him tndauco. said Mr. Webster, imlilely, aud the young man went away, but came back in a few minutes nnd said: "I must insist on you dancing, Mr. Webster." "I thank you," said Mr. W., "but I am compelled to decline." "Why wont you dauco, Mr. Webster?" insisted tho young man, "Well, if you must, know," said Mr, Webster, "I never had tho capacity to learn how." Tho young man went away wiser but saddor. An amusing story is told about tho ordination of a young English clergyman whoso uaiue was Baiter. Nature had gifted him with hair which was the reddest of tho red. Fooling that in tho solemn ceremonial of his ordination this rod hair might bo tho causo of irreverent mirth, especially as tho ritual prescribes that the Dish op should touch it, ho determined to dyo it black for tho occasion, which ho did. Tho Bishop afterward expostulated with the hapless Salter, and allogod against him tho authority of the rubrio in the prayer book, which says: "The psalter must be read ia the churches.' ' .- Jlttl'IIUII. ...I, aid heard Brother Holmes, of Savannah, Ga., toll a good joko on n Rich mond hotel man. Ho said that when Dr. Price, of Wales, was attending our Juno meeting, somo years ago, ho stopited at Ford's hotel, aud when ho 1 n,l.Jn:i.mnn.irra A1IU 4WIM.11VII14, , r.;:.-r,- . J,. asked for tho bill Ford said: "We knock oil half tho prico as youare a minister." Dr. Price tlianked .. kirn and asked; ."What do you take offfcr editors?" "One half for editors, too," was tho prompt reply. "Well," continued tho doctor, "I am editor as well as iircacher; so I am eutilled to two halves, and thus my account is settled," Tho hotel man laughed and Jot it go. ' as All dltesscs resulting (row nerious debility, mental anxiety, dfxreaj-lo- u glrea up bjr ma One of our best citizen would r to the UenJricka couutrr, aa; bewaa cooiunillou, bui of spirit an J functional derangement of family phyelclan In die with nervous Um, curod Vy German Jovigo-rato- r. public that he hu tried Hall's CaUrrhCure lirown'e Eipectorani rurea mm. tor aau, vj iru. ye advertisement, For sale l and It Is all that Is claimed for it. Trice 07 A McAUiUr, Elaubrd, and W. U. Wtber, Mt 75c Penny & McAlliter. r bottle, at Fenny A McAIUlerV Vernon. slf-abu- to swear at them in less than fifteen that's all." "If that's the caso," reor twenty minutes his 'solidity with plied a boarder who is a contractor, "I should like to get some of that tho promised land ia to bo envied." wood to make railroad bridges of." The New York 'Grupn'csays it was If tho ordinary attire of a lady af a woman who stumbled and fell that a tashionahlo ball is called "full dress," Salt, Limo, Comont, Fiold Soods, Plows and Farming caused the first fatal block at tho Implomonts. Call and soo tho gonuino Hamilton Plow. Brooklyn Theatre firo in 187G; it was wo want to hide behind the parlor semi dress. a woman who stumbled aud fell that door when sho appears in caused tho block at the fatal panio in That ia to say we don't want exactly, tho Sixteenth Street Catholic church but it would spare our blushes if we a few years ago, and it was a stumb did. Drummer. ling womnu, so far us itcan he known, The water at the holy well at Mecthat started the panic on tho Brook- ca has been found on analysis to conlyn Bridge Theso tacts tho Graphic tain 579 grains of solid matter to tho presents as arguments pgauiBt long gallon, and ia seven times worse than - AT skirts. the sewage of Loudon. This exDon't kill tho toads, tho ugly toads plains tho prevalence of cholera that hop around your door. Each among pilgrims. meal tho littlo toad doth eat a hun Col. J, B. Lady, of Bockbridgo dred bugs or more. Ho sits around county, Va., died Saturday from tho with aspect meek until tho fly has effects of a woutid received in the Con rou- ncared, then shoots ho forth his littlo tho second battle of federate service at tonguo liko lightning double-geare- d. Manassas. wink; and when he's And then doth The first colored woman to rcceivo wunic, ho shuts his ugly mug, and patiently doth wait until thoro comes her diploma as a law student has just been graduated from tho law school of another bug. tho Howard University, in Washiug Au euvious western editor says: ton. Such as Oliver, Plowi.Meikle and Avery Doable Shovel, and the Brinkley "Ono can go to Kentucky and shoot Turning1 and Single and Double Shovel and Harrow eoablned. PILESI PILES I PILES I somebody, auybody, from au upright No farmer should be without it. ., there is no Jr. iitinlnu' Air lUtroveru for Judge to a libertine, and from Ihe old reiuedlw la a radical ibao punishment for it; but he must bo J'ifra In uo. The IUkowj li the reault of heretofore and Inmllgallou careful not to steal a horte; for if not Into toe character of lliU paluful dlieaae. To lynched, he will bo sent to the penijou ol lta great merit, call on renajr 4 Mo tentiary. Allater, btaaford, or W M. WeUr, Mt. Vernon, bo fret ol f barge. a Somo' one asked Geu. Abo Bulord aud gtl aauii'le There la so aafetr In illuming a cough, howtter at tho Louisville races why he left light, lo continue. Moooe can tall the cough that tho Campbellito church and joined mar p'uTedaugerout, lirown'e Eiiectoiant will radicate eur couih or cold arer contracted. Aik tho Epishopalians, to which be repliIn Tho Market, tho Mnyllolil the llcst for tbla and tale iw other. For tale And ed that "he found the church ho first four drugglttMcAUiter.Btaatord, lad W. M. We ' by i'enor A EloYiitor. 't Lexingtoa Ur, Ml. Vernon. joined bad no pedigree" Gazette. of Tho Louie . Wat ti, of D.uillle. lud., Rango Cook Stoves, Step Stoves, Tia A good old Methodist parson in Illinois attempted to plow a littlo tho opened into the yard, in which wero other day, his hired man having fail-t- o somo fowls. "But," said the littlo girl, appear. Ho worked away for a I don't want to batho before the while, gceing nnd hawing, with good "Oh, never mind tho chickens." heart but nt last ho threw himself un chickens," said the mother. "Well," der a tree, and. as ho wiped the persaid tho littlo woman, "I won't batho spiration from his glowing face, gavo Littlo before the rooster, anyhow." utterauco to tho following soliloquy: Girls at Home. "About tho only true way of testing "That butter is all right," said a the religious qualities of a preacher is to let him plow half a day with a boarding house keeper, "it is firkin voke of oxen. If ho don't commenco butter and tastes a little of the wood, Journal. A lady wanted her little girl to batho in a room the windows of which People liko to sing about reading IS Nt. their titlo clear to mansions in tho skies, but they havo no urgent desiro to occupy thoso mansions and move Dalrei to cU attention to t he I jrge and Comprehend t Btock of out of au earthly home with a heavy mortgage on it. In nino cases out of Groecrh'H, Provisions CoiifcctlniicrlcH, Tobacco, CignrN, Ac, ten they would prefer to havo a clear Which be keeps altrajj on hand. Make, a apeclaltr ol UandllDg floodi at Wbolcaal on 8mll 1'roflU. titlo to n corner houso on tho avenue, Oouli delivered within town limit, free of charge. and in tho tenth case tho mau would rather livo in a hired apartment hero below than make any such a radical change in housekeeping as is indicated by tho song which ho sings eo rapturously The following rule for estimating tho amount of hay in tho stack will In tfico lot ol Horses and Fine bo found approximately correct. Turnouts. Hates reastack, timothy, after ten days or two sonable. weeks' settling GOO cubic feet to tho ton; clover 700, nnd prairie hay 550 feet. After thoroughly settling,about 500 cubic feet of timothy, 550 of cleIs wanted by mo. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in ver and 450 of prairio hay. To get v tho cubic dimensions of a stack, mulAnd can supply it in any quantity. tiply tho average length, breadth and Farmers' Home height together. A. "zn. C. BRIGHT, Asaph lock, STANFORD, - - XiT.9 8 Mvwft Sale Feed SITIiLIBILIEI! -HSTID ZHULIRIKriEiSS SHOP, 10s 9W3SD0 w&m CO AIi T. NUNSTEMiElT, Stanford, Ky. A. OWSLEY & SON, DEALERS IN i Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- Wooden and Willowware, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full lino of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, OPERA HIOTJSE BLOCK; HEADQUARTERS W. H. HIGGINS Farming Implements, one-hor- P Shelf Hardware, Iron, Spokes, Horse Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking Valley Corn Shelters, rump r Evans9 Coi'n Drills, Hand Corn Planters, &o. unrivalod Jowol waro, Bird Cages, Barbod and Annoalod Wire, A Line, Salt, Omeat, Plaster Paris, geaeral stwk of Gremlin, Weeded, China and Olassware. mi-$ft- ct Mf 3wlcriGr$0ttmaI STANFORD, KY. Tuesday Moraisg, - - June 10, 1883 w. P. WALT6N. TitK New York Sun says "that re form it impossible so long as the republicans are alloiced to remain in power. There can bo no substantial improve- ment until which twenty-two tho republican machino EBIT0R has run tho Government for years, in war and in peace, ItEMOCHATMV " TICKKT. - nos: J. proctor xnott, Of Marlon. a, rolOOVMMOl, , ro n) CAPT, 'JAMES n. JllSDMAK, Of Adair. 1TTORNKT J'..ir. rot JIAKDIX, AtlDITOK, niNttlL, OfMsrw. rA YBTTB 1IEWETT, Of Hardin. overthrown and cast out. To that supremo object every effort ol patriotism ought to bo directed. All other questions and all other issuos are of no importance leido it. Can didatcs count for nothing compared with this ono great need of the country. Tho man moat euro to win tho victory should le taken without regard to locality, provided only that ho will mako a fitting leader for a great political and moral revolution." shall Imj 'JA NFS ron Tiiim!, II'. TATE, Of Franklin. roa animus or t,axr orrict, JOHN O. CECIL, orris. roa itiriaiNTiRDENT riinuo ihstbiciioh, JOS. OKSIU PICKETT, or Cajetl. FOB ST1T xiasxr, t ; or Cawjr. roa axf a untiti v. Lixroue cotimr, JVDOR P. MI.U Jli. T. maj. f, d. SIX1TX, EhiHTXKMTII DISTSICT, England. We had thought that the counkinder scared up, a il i ooly eight mite try below London, on the river wa an unfrom this place. interesting stretch of marsh, but we found All of Ihe dg in the Lynchburg a landscape as beautiful as old Bourbon neighborhood are running mad, Perha county, with aristocratic mansions, lovely some of your reader do not know where vlllsges, sujierb forests, picturesque churchLynchburg I. It is a rily in the hills, es and every variety of undulating suabout six mile lrom this place, and deThe way of transgressors is indeed rfaceall clothed In spring's moat attract- rive il name from Judge Lynch, an old bard. Thos. J. Brady the star router FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE ive gaib. Daisies and buttercup dotting gentleman well known to evil doer. the green pastures, cattle, horse and sheep was no sooner acquitted of a crimo We report a case of love at first sight, 'XMIJ3 LOUD" at rat orplay, or feeding. Every foot of followed by a hasty wedding. Fell in love he undoubtedly committed than bo is 102 Simcki.kweu, Lank, ground with a fresh charm upon it and all on Wednesdsy, opped Ihequestton ThursDalstoh, London, E. May 23, '83 the more beautiful for the surprise of it. The verdict of tho jury in tho Star indicted for selling n mail contract day, asked Ihe old folk about It Sunday while ho was Assistant P. M. Gener- Dear Interior! At Gravesend we dined on "whitehtit," Route trials, as in tho Thompson case, (Tuesday) at 7 and will be married Yesterday was "our baby's" birthtook no ono by surprise, savo that it al. IIo got $1,250 for awarding the day and she emerged into young ladyhood at a shilling ahead for the party. "While- - r. M Mr. G. W. KInnlard, oflhi place, was more generally expected that a contract to a man at three times tho without accident or catastrophe. We all rbaitis a favorite dainty of Londoners, and will lead lo tho hymenlal altar this eveis a minnow, very diminutive, full grown ning the beautiful and attractive daughter gave ourselves up to the joy of making her disagreement would result instead of valuo of the service. at an inch and a half, very dainty in fla an acquittal. The prosecution from At a school exhibition in Metcalfe happy and had a moil delightful day of it. vor, and almost melts in tho mouth. It Is of Mr. A. M. Hyatt, of Crab Orchard. busibeginning to end has been a monstrous county, a row occurred fn which one We had promised her a carriage ride on eaten body and bones, head, tail, entrails George la a long fellow, but he i'o Itotten Row, but on holding a family ness up on short order. the (if any) and all. No questions asked nor sham and fraud, and a painful exhi man was shot through tho Hart, A FATAr.Accine.fT. Last week while council, we unanimously concluded it bition that guilty men can and do es- Marshal shot twice and a young lady would damage the "work" to be found answered. Very good, we all voted and Mr. G.W. KInnlard was papering Ihe house ho;e to try them again sometime. The cape punishment for their crimes. The and several others slightly wounded. "playing the swell" in that way and gaye of Mr. E. IL Ballard and waa on top of a invariable "water-cresssomething in flaamount stolen by Dorsey, Brady & This is teaching the young idea how it up with alacrity. A the day was balmy vor like tongue grass accompanies all step ladder, a young lady entered the room, Co. and tho cost of the two trials to shoot, a little more literally than and inviting we then decided on a river meat at this time of year. We have quite an J she waa so attractive that when George trip. fell in looked around he lost his balance amount to over $5,000,000. The spe the term usually implies. From Dalston Junction on tho North a growing liking for it. Tiie Briton de- love and was so terribly mashed that he, vour it. We sat in the covered pier enjoycial counsel for the government reThirty murderers are awaiting London Railway, whence wo take our depoor fellow, will never recover. He I a ceived 8125,979.48, ono getting $100 trial at Liana, Texas. This is n fear- parture to co In all directions, we booked ing the stirring river scene, after this until good boy and in thia aflliclinn has Ihe syui our boat for London come up from t point per day and" tho others $50. They ful showing but it is refreshing to for Blackwall, where the famous Eist and the entire community. He thinks till lower down toward the mouth of the pathy of ibis of attending Crab Orchard Spring who might bo termed know that Kentucky is not the worst West India docks lie; 15 minutes run and wero men too, From this pier we could see across we were there. We had a good look at river. summer. briefless lawyers, and from all reports place in tho world by ono at least. these wondrous basin, where the com- the river old Tilbury Fort, where Queen The eople of Kirksville are trying lo were not above taking a bribe to merce of the world lies moored and hauser-ed- . Ellzalwth reviewed her troops in anticipa get up a subscription to run a telephone EVENTS.- NOTES OF CURRENT tho government whose interest Tbc modus operandi is simplicity itcelf tion of the coming Spanish Armada. A line from that place here, that is a move -- Jas. W. Shehan, a well known news thoy wore sworn and paid to protect. Hundreds of acre) of basins separated br Utile higher up ia the village of Purlleet, In the right direction. It would be a great paper man of Chicago, is dead. massive wall with suitable opening and which i said to have received its name convenience to the commercial travelers, as The wholo trial was a farco of tho Both the Court of Appeals and the Suconvenient to let vessel Ihro' from an exclamation of the same Queen they could then ascertain here if Ihe mer most glaring character and another perior Court have adjourned till Septemand all connected with the Thames by sun- Bei as she stood on the high hill over- chants at Kirkavlllo wished to buv any evidonco that men of 'monoy or influ ber. looking the surrounding country, straining r good without making a long drive on an in knee dry mouths at regulir Intervals along tho The putting of ence can not bo convicted in this coun river bank. When the tide is high, the her eye toward the incoming Armada and Kennedy heads the try either by the Stato or Federal breeches is the latest sensation in posloffice whole series are flooded with water, which sighing "O my poor fleet." We aw a uncertainly. Mr. Joe few others would be circles. list wilh $25, and if a church built of the stones of Old London govern meats. as liberal we could soon be in direct com Col. W. C. Goodloe ha been elected of courso stands Inside the dock at the outside. This is Bridge. Who but Israel would have put munication with our neighboring village. pap suckers are still Chairman of the republican Executive same level as high-tidThe would-bthe time and the only time thst hips can Iheae relic into that shap7 At another alter Col. Swopo's place, thoir latest Committee. village of Dartfocd, through which the LAXCAHTKII AIVl KTMKHK.UK. Mcdeoch, Ereringham & Co., Chica- get in. When they aro inside the mouths railway passes, Wat Tyler lived in the efforts being to demand an invesliga go lard speculator', have failed for two are closed and the water may fall as much "bravo day of yore." The animated tion of Goodloo's charges that tho U. V. WAIiTElt, asit like in tho river; tho basins are full millions of dollars. scene ujmii the river can not well lie de- H TJ It 33 O IV deputy Collector Wilmoro was disOllie Brown, a young desperado, shot and eliipi all afloat in deep water inside. scribed, so varied were its beauties. We LANCAHTKK, KY. . charged because ho favored his (G.'s) and killed Marshal Freeman at Versailles, Of courre they can only go out at (Ifflm hours O tlios otrr Cillteas Nsllunsl Hank. These dock are surrounded by great ware sailed back the 21 miles lo Ihe city, land- from s la VI a. w. sdJ from lo 5 r. m. nomination for Governor. Col. Swopo Saturday night. He was jailed. ing at Blackwall about 8:30; got home in Philadelphia Is arranging for a scien- houses and these again by rail, csrt and BAM M. llUllDliTT, says tho removal was for good and van connected with the great city pouring comfort and safety, supped on crabs, bread A'H'OIINUY At LAW, sufficient cause and bis assertion is as tific congress in August, 1881, at which its reaselc tide LANCAMTi:il, KY. of product down to the and butter and lea. ami then to bed happy many distinguished Europeans are exWill urscllcs Id (larrarJ ami aJJuIalucrouutlsa good as Goodloo's or any other man's. docks, or taking away the ceaseless incom and contented with the day jaunt. ami Ouurl of A.K".I'. pected. We feel unite at a loss without a baby in The little fellows aro losing time in Dr. TV. W. JJarnea, ol JouisTllle, wlio ing produce of foreign parts loading up lo II. U. KAUl'l'MAN. the house, a George persists In being ytrj go out, or unloading what has come in off Col. Swope. Ho is killed his brother Clarence Boyd, a trying to head A.t dignified and remind u at every turn that t.ANCASTKll, KY. not only better qualified than any promising young artist, has been dismissed this all goes on with splendid system and she l no longer an infant. This interest Muter rouiiululouernarrsnl Circuit Court. Will very little friction day and night. We of them but is backed by Grant, Ev- from custody. young glantes ran against llie gis praciks Iu all lbs Courts of llarraril an J adjoining The United States District Court at found when we went down the river that ing couollua SOU In tlioCuuit of Aliala. ans & Co. and is therefore as solid as morning she attained social Austin, Tex., decides tho Civil Itlghla act Immense docks are being built 21 miles chandelier Ihe Wo have a unconstitutional as an Infringement of further down to supplement the insufficient majority and almost knocked the thing tho rock of Gibraltar. hundred dollars or so to wager that State sovereignly. accommodation of the prodigioui struc- down, in addition to raising a bump of ex- E. II. Kollins has been nominated by ture already in use. Remember London peileuce on her own crowu. She ha given the Col. holds his position till n dein il a wide birth since. ocratio administration romovoa him the republican legislature of Now Hamp grows at the late of 05,000 soul Increase Our dear friends Mi. Morseman and shire, for U. S. Senator, which Is equiva- yearly now, and this of course represent in 1885. enlargement In every possible department. Miss Beach left for Liverpool at 10 this a. lent to an election. The report of Col. Morrow's speech Two colored men wero hanged at Con No one knows whereunto all this will grow. m. to embark on the "City of Itome" says he quoted way, S. C, Friday, for the murder of a A city of 1,700,000 is already beyond all Anchor Line sailing this 1. M. at I. They to the Courier-Journ- al truthful women, a blessing copiously from the Interior Jour- white merchant for the purtoo of rob imaginative power to grasp It. It great- are lovely, ness elude the touch, a thoughts of the wherever they go, believing in Jesus' powbing him. nal as to Gov. Blackburn's abuse ot noceace. Both died protesting their In- - distance of the fixed star slip away from er to keep His own from sinning and that tho pardouing power. That's right Warner, a sailor, accused of assaulting it in blankneas and paralysis of brain. His work for u embrace Ihe body a well Col. you are welcomo to any thing we o the toul. It waa a joy lo be with them girl at She- There I but ono city on earth yar and stabbing a have said in criticism of tho official boygan, Mich., was taken from fail and and that I London, Strange, old, during their brief visit to the city, tn routs acts of such a governor. Wo have hanged by a mob. Ho averted his inno-- homely London built up of yellow brown home. Mis LIndenberger remain in Lonbricks, mile after mile; nothing regular; don for awhile, in loving service for the condemned them from honest motives ceuce to the last. look very well, her loving The old veteran of the war of 1812 all quadrangular and triangular and re- Master. She and if in so doing wo liavo furnished entrant Irregularities beggaring description friend In Loutavllle will be glad to hear. held their annual and perhaps their 'last autaunitiou to the euomy so lot it be. Geo. O. lUiiNtx. meeting at Paris yesterday. Not over a and defying reproduction elsewhere on the Ever In Jesus. We are a democrat, born and bred, dozen now remain In the Stale, One of earth. Nothing seems laid out Mora hand; but when it bocomes a sin in the eyes them, Dr. Graham, will be 100 year old but, as If the city' growth ever came iioii It builder of that party for us to criticise any this fall. with a wild surprise, so DEPARTMENT. The brute, Jordan Corbln, who killed that they struck out vaguely and Indefi and every abuse of power by its off! AVX3HT, XMItor. IIOII'X. cials, then wo shall seek eomo other Benj. Carden, at ltockford, Ala , and seri- nitely, ruuning anywhere to get out of It ously wounded his wife and son, ha been way, yet always running in Irregular panic, LANCASTER, party affiliatiom. hung by a mob. A daughter of the mur- scattering N. E. S. W. In lane and alley Mr. B. M. Burdelt left lo day for It, U said that Brewster is to retire dered man who escad to the woods will and crescents, courts.itc., Just as the fathers London, ou business. ' lied apace in the olden time from the rap-II.HIU'HHlor Ht lilt) from the Cabinet. If ho don't resign probably die from fright and exposure. Another terrible aacldeul II Dr. lieu growth of their day, doing a best they Swojie' cooking stove wa actually lifted It la now denied that Governor Hen Arthur owes it to the country to givo biw his walking paper immediately dricks.at the Indianapolis bs.nu.uet, put salt could, only to get out of it mighty way as oft" its leg by L. W. Burdelt A Coa iiour. "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," Into Senator McDonald' cofl'ee, and that It marched ou fulfilling It irand destiny. The best baker's bread south of the if not ooner. IIo is the worst fraud Senator McDonald filled Governor Hen- The only way to get about in it I to grap- Kentucky river I made by L. McCord, of counseled with tho gov dricks' sherry glass from awl LANCAHTKll, KY, the vinegar cruet. ple the problem In "main strength and Junction City. He use I W. Bnrdttt & rtuaetit at Washington. In these day of universal mendacity It Is awkwardness" and go on getting lost and Co,' flour. There will be service at the Baptist The pretdUtloakts of Ohio, nomi-Mtyt- l refreshing to know that there Is no dispute Hading youiself again, until by reiieatcd a 8iiMakw for Governor. as to what Ilia governor of North Carolina experiences you get ahead of It. A street church beginning on Wednesday night, TU. uuikcm tbrati Bute tickets in tho said to the governor of South Carolina. that start a Cornhlll; runs a little ways and continuing throughout Ilia week. The I'roiirUlws- and become Cheapslde; then In a little pastor will conduct the service. JU1J with the democracy to bear from. Cm. New. Ash-landepell-me- ll Nctcs man is a Imbo When tlto Blue Grass Clip-pe- r spoko of his alleged witicisms as "grossly vulgar" wo came to his defense and said that judging lrom tho amount of appropriated matter in his paper, tho "vulgar witicisma" might also bo tho work of the scissors and not that of tho amiable Champ. But our effort in his behalf was not appreciated for he shoots ofi as follows iu his last lsa uo : "Tho only original and e editors in this State, are those of the Interior Journal and Blue Grass Qipper. Both ought to put on blue stockings and go to teaching Presbyterian Sunday schools, and give up tho editorial business altogether." If wo at least wero to take this advico the Bourbon News would also have to go into retirement, for then whero would it get its editorial and other matter, save its alleged witicisms from ? No, no, brother Champ, wo shall stay in the business, if tor no other reason than a desire for your success. The Bourbon ingrate. Out in Now Mexico tho other day a young woman allowed tho ceremony of her expected marriago to proceed so far as "Will you tako this man for your lawful husband ' when sho res ponded, "My God, I can't, I can't," and burst into sobs. No persuasion could alter her decision and tho party brnko up without seeing tho consum mation of tHo union thoy had gathered to colebrato. This would not have happened any where but in n country as short of a supply of women as Now Mexico. Thcro aro three or four men to their ono and a woman can afford to bo choice and independent. But they can't do so this sido of tho Mis sissippi, that is, not as any body has heard of. The transparent sensation gotten up by the Cincinnati Enquirer and tho alleged detective Alf. Burnett, was short lived. No ono believed the story from the first and it has einco been shown to 1)6 entirely baseless, gotten up entirely to save tho necks of tho foul fiends Neal and Craft by throwing doubts on the mind of our weak governor as to their guilt. The negro arrested for the crimo asserts his innocence and can establish an alibi by unimpeachable witnesses. Tho should tar and feather that detective the first chance thoy get. too-pur- for-earl- At Boston, Sunday, a prostitute tubbed Bernard Marian with a shawl pin, anil at Chicago a Jealous lorn cut hli sweet heart' 111 roa t with a razor. A Wheellnff, W. Vs., firm telegraphed to Neal and Ciitft if they could bs engaged to lecture for a year, hut other engage-meIn prevented an aflirmaltTS answer. den. James Smith, of Glasgow, Scot land, la in Howling Green, to erect a mon liment over the graTe of Col. It. A. Smith, who fell on the Confederate tide during the war. Wilson, Whitehead, Curtln and Dr. ftailagher, the iljnstnllo priaonen, were eentenrcd at London Friday, to penal servitude for life. Ansbnrg and Ilernard (Jallagher were released. The President, agnlnsl tho earnest pro-teof J. Warren Kcifcr, Isle SpeaVcr, lias consolidated the Columbus and Clillocothe collection districts and appointed Homebody else's man to he collector. Harnett and hi fire desperadoes are already Inside of the penitentiary to the balance of their Uvea. They ahould have been hung lull as the were not, their sentences are the next heat thing. Cards, and had women droye Charles McCallen, night ticket agent of the Short Line at EoulsTille, to iletpera-tloand he ended Ida trouldea hj Mowing a hole through hla head with n pislol hall. Judge Kruin, a leading birriatcr of Si, Louis, has hecn mysteriously milling for eomo lime without apparent cause, turna out to he a defaulter In the mini of $.50, 000. He lined the money of a ward to that amount. The jury lias returned a verdict of not guilty. It was received with an outburst of joy from the relative and friend of the defendant, and a large crowd who had gathered outside applaud- eU the jurors as they passed out uion the street. A dreadful tragedy occurred at Mansfield, La., Saturday. Iter, lien T. Jenkins, Jr., accused Iter. J. Lane ltorden, President of Minefield College, of seducing a certain young lady, and tired six shots at him. One took eflrct in his legs, one lodged in his heart and another entered his forehead between (he eyes. A frightful calamity occurred at Sun derland. England. Salurdar. Some l.'JOO little children after a conjurer' exhibition wa over began (o crowd Jown the gallery steps when one (tumbled and fell. Its cry frightened tho others and they rushed down stair. One hundred and seventy-eight were killed and hundreds of others fearfully maimed and bruised. n liortr-.rarinn Slar-roul- e time Ismetamorphoied Into Ludgale Hill; The new posloffice at L. W. Burdett.A only need lo run a hundred yard further Co,' mill I In full running order. It Who ever heard of such lo become Fleet street and wind up a the name W'Syfat," Strand, without any conceivable reason, Is a name T i llurnstde A Woodcock, who recently not a reassuring feature to a stranger anxPHABMACI3TS ious to get anywhere. No direction on purchased of If. C Hamilton, his butcher lamp post lo aid the bewildered sojourner, shop at this place, look possession last as in our cities. The name I put up at week. Mr. Hamilton was forced, by fallDruKH. the beginning of a street on the corner ing health lo quit the business), aaarsBL m ..''U',rif Vannvr A Tft 1 ft 1 . Klndlg, of Pennsylvania Mr. honse, and happy are yon If you ever see rhisjtlsns'r.restllr'llons areuralely rosataMiaJeJ, it again. As a general thing, the street taught ot Judge W. K. Walker, one bay Ali HMavt changea lis name so soon that there would gelding, price $107; of Jas. Hamilton, a i jliitZifiTiiiiHjT" not Im murh use in relating it. Magnlfi gehling, price $135 and of Wm, Beatley rent blocaa of superb business houses, a in three extra good geldings, price unknown. Mrs. Jack Grimes died at her home In Chicago since the fire, you look for In Lon Lurgrit Slnrk nf Walt-hex- , Inn in vain. Mile upon mile of stately this plsre on last Saturday evening, of a (locks, Jewelry K .Silverware residence In brown stone as in Neiv York, combination nf diseases. She ha been a I'ser l.rnmht Inthlimsiset lrlres luw.r Ihsn sn.l Jewelry K. you nowhere see. Isolated magnificence, great auUVrer for several years Hk Uanl WsltliM, Hrr re psltrj on abort nollresnj Wsrrantsxl. dotted here ami there you can see. But be- mains were interred In our Cemetery Hun-da- y yond thts the cverlaating row of brownish allernoon, The funeral services were yellow bricks with no pretentions to any conducted by Eld. Mr. Lowber. thing like elegance outside and not even Mam Convention. At a meeting the spotless red and while of the Quaker held by the deuiocraltc committee for Gar primness of the city of brotherly love. Yellow- rani county, on June ICth, 188), It wa or. -brown and brown-yellobrick and drred by said committee that a mass conin chlmner pot by the acre, the mile, the vention b held at the Court-hous- e Ky., June 2.'lh, 1831, at half past million, till one wonder if tho whole la land be not built over In this dingily solid 2 o'clock, for the purpose of selecting a way. But let lis get back lo baby's birth candidate for representative of Garrard day. There wa grand iron steamer just county, and also to renrganlte Ihe comIn from Cape Town, S. Africa, and slowly mitter. H. L. Toinllnaon, Chm'n, Joe Iieing warped In to her place In the dock Robinson, Sec'y, The passenger on tho ship wero signalling The ordination of Itev. J. R James, JHiii1 il Ihe Very IIchI JHiiCt-rlH- l, liny tin 'linttipluH. their friends on the dock and then talking recently called lo the pastorate of the BapIT on wiaii flio.llMMt Mnclihio, buy across the harrowing apace of water that tist rhtirch at this plac, look place at the Ifyoii waul ii Irliirliliic which Iiiim (lone kooiI c separaled them, while the greit vessel Baptist church on last Sunday. The Presiu thin I1113-roiiuly lor wi'i ooiim-ciiIM- u slowly neared her mooring In a gund way, bytery was composed of Rev. V E Kir!-lelie 'IihiiiiIiih. waul tli,NtroiiKHt anil al lln hiihio ilmw lh I.lKhrMl Moderator, Rev. It R Noel, Clerk, ai if conscious that she had Just come oil victorious in her last struggle with the Itev. T. M. Vauithan, Rev J. M. Brure and ItiiimliiK hii1 Im'mI lialauciMl Machine, buy Ihe OliatttpleH. you want 11 Muchlm; lint I will hurt, rut Huoccsmfully every vh wild waves of old ocean and would now Rev. W. T. Tyrec. The ordination serclrruiinilaiireM, buy Ihe mont rest awhile upon her laurels fairly won, mon wa preached by Rev. T. M. Vaughan. rlcly orcropH, weather-beatehut not worsted at all. The examination of the candidate was con- Ihe Champion. Hurley, II you want n Machine for That is the way I want to reach my har- ducted by the Moderator. Tho ordination Wheal, (wo hor0M can buy Ihe Light Clover bor after life's voysge. This stately steam prayer by the Clerk. The charge lo Ihe cr wa a sermon to me. church wa delivered by Rev. J. M. Bruce Cut Champion ITyou waul Mower Ihal will iIokimmI Mervlcelu any The docks inspected, we look tho steam- and the Bible wa presented by Itev. W.T. er that plies down the river, and had a Tyree. Interesting gritHM or elovcr, buy Ihu Champion Mower. were The service charming sail to Woolwich. We had but throughout. The church wa packed to waul Machine lo trim a IiciIkc, buy Ihe New Chant a peep Into the famous aiscnal gate a we oveitlowing A good many of the friends plnn Mower. pissed by I hem lot lie Railway Station, for and relative of Mr. James from Stantord Call 011 no lor kooiI reailiue; Tree, mill look Ma011 wUhlo buy no one can enter there without a chines, not. ICeMpeclfully, rmit and vicinity were in attendance. from the war office, and that we had not. Paint Lick. Taking rail, we had a delightful ride r Music of the can lie heard down the right bank of the Thames about In Ihe barley fields now. 1G mile lo Gravesend. This wa in the It is rumored that there is cue case of county of Kent the garden county of old small-po- x at Berea. The people hue are & SF JJfahw n.1 &&gasjB SS ) v. fw. Books, Stationery JatHuffasUBPlKL - n.k, 4 A FEW FACTS For Farmers ! liurjililc If You j Ifyou "Want n llonping or Mowing Machino IIi;1ihiiiiI(ih. jarf," If uuiler uiifaiorahh or that any Iteaper. a a eiilllue pull, Oat. Outer Hjo Mutter Ifyou whether) mnller or al our BRUCE, WARREN t CO. -- THE- GXXJICKIE ST -- "PRAISE AND- y CHEAPEST WAY TO CLEAN " WEEDY CORN Is to procure - bo-tra- y draw-bridg- e letler-csrrit- e o A Kalamazoo or Albion Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator. a DENTIHT, 1 high-tide- l)l-l;- IAV, Xiandreth's One Man and One Horse, With tho onHiorse Cultivator, ciui thoroughly cleun tho weeds out or llvo acres of corn per day. eight-year-ol- d tietl-lent- e Seeds One Man and Two Horses, With tho Sulkoy Harrow and Cultivator, can clean ten acres of corn per day. In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of Garrard County It. Price of Price of one-hors- e two-hors- e Cultivator, Cultivator, - - $10 $40 FURNITURE la d GEO. D. WEAKEN, NTANFOItl, KY., kulug Green & Williams, Etustonville, Ky., GEo.u.nuumm'&co., W. Ia. Withers, Lancaster. Ky., R. Hi Wearen, Richmond, Ky. s i 3 i Pkmoxs who attended Danville Court yesterday tell u that the Hon. A. O, Pqtunn.nAiM foraale cheap, at II. 0. Talbott ha opposition for the Legislature QT.AJSriiTOTX), 3CST. In the person of one James Potts, an al Ilrlgbl'a. Tuesday Morals, Jose 19, 1883 Ick cnrAM sets, Jelly glasses, fruit Jar, leged democrat and Andrew JscVsin How ell, a fall blooded republican. Afl.atll.ailrlght'a. . 4 N. LOCAL TIME CARD. MARRIAGES. TllR nicest and freshest candtea In town Mill train going North ..I IS r. M. Mr. Arch S. Austin ha been granted can be found at H. 8, Myers. Mouth .iMr.M. L'lprrMlialn" Month license lo marry Miss lletlle II. Duncan, at u A.M. Hkkiktt slock of sugars In town, and South Fork, on the 21st. Norn..... lower lhan ever at II. O. Uright's. Mr, Thomas (1, Nunnelley and Mis LOCALNOTICES. . Come and are the latent dealgne In China Little lliftr, daughter of Mr. (1. W. ltlfle, iluv Paints of Penny A McAIIster. will be married at the Hustonvllle Usptlst Nroe ttojk of birthday cinU at Penny A (JlassandQmtchawarfntif.C.ilrlglir. MeA lister'. church BrAHlunt) rrady tnlxnl paint at Thb man who asks "la It hot enough for A Hltfrg'n. RUI0I0U5. you? 'wa around promiscuously Sunday. Ar.T. Ilio coloni of Diamond Ojes at It waa hot enough for any reasonable per Mr, Jamca King, an old gentleman of A HUkk's. aon, the the rmomeler at 1 r, M. standing at wa haptited and received into the (Ienoinr 11. P. Gravely lulnccoat Mc- 'J " in the ahade. Presbyterian church, Sunday, ltoberts A rHiKs's. . The new Ilaplist church at Hlchmond Anummh o( Hlchmond Junction neo Jos. If AA Hog Cholera Curr. Penny & McAIIster sole sgenl. pie tell in that Doly ialhe chief cauaeof was dedicated last Sunday, Iter. Lansing The building cost WATCH, Clocks ami Jewelry repaired all Ibclr trouble and die the fact that no llurrow officiating. and warranto! by Penny Ac McAliater. disturbance occurred during bin Incaicera- - $0,000 Itev. Itihl.Collyer.ln an article In the Oct tour Hod Walrr. Irn rnlil ami Hon. e bare no doubt that Daly la had i u re, from the new fountain of Penny A enough Imt there are tome lint aa bad men Crifi, aaya lhat the church and stage are E IcAlisler. In (loser sympathy at Ihe present day than and worse down there aa he. for several centuries, PERSONAL. The trial nf Maria Whitley, a foul Itevs. H.Allen Tapper and W. P. Mll.l.rn It Try III of tnieriiilllrnt Jot mouthed lady of color, for abusing one Harvey and numerous other speakers and fTtr. Mm, J. H, Sims hat teturnej to Flam Mr. Calf attracted a large crowd lo the Sunday School workers were on Ihe train yesterday afternoon, Mr. 0, yesterday en route to Ihe Sunday School Ingtbiirf. lolil in hi own pathetic Mm.Kate (Uno, of lljurbju county, had been vilified which way how much be Convention of Ihe Tate's Creek Associawa corroborated tion al Crab Orchard. la lb of MIm Nannie LlllarJ. by hi partner and the Judge fined the The American llible Society intends Q. V. fiiuirrrn haa gone to Mr. woman $') and cost. The whole trouble thai every family in iheUnllrd Slatra ahall with a ylew of locating there rrew over ten cent worth of meal. be visited by their agent this year and the Miisl'ArriK McCuiima'ck anil scripture placed in every one unable to weniiorarliTille Saturday to Tialt friend. riioiuiil,vToVoTKR3 I.isn. month Du. Clifton Fowuk went lo or ao ago Sam Cobb waa iiulellr eworltng a purchase a copy. Young Mr. Duncan, yrsterJay with a tUw of purchasing dusky damsel from church, when Scott who it studying for the ministry, ia agent for thit county, and will make a thorough a farm. Jones, another negro, walled up and took Mus Lizzie C'ahtek returned bonis a her from him. lcaterday they met forlbe canvas of it. The "Itev." Q. T. Gould' trial for aslaw day ago from tbt Madison I'cniale Grat lime since, at Turneraville, when Cobb CuIIcki. threw a rock at Jones, terribly gashing hi saulting the old colored preacher because Mm MArricCotrrv', a Utile lanty bead, but leaving him still able lo rush at be wouldn't give up hi seat In a railroad from Liberty, la tbt guitt of MIm Htllie him with a knife and stab him In the bow car, ha been postponed till Circuit Court at $100. (loyld's alVandereer. el. Iloth are In a Precarious condition and his ball fixed ill treatment of women leged drunkenness, and MUa and will likely die. Mm. Itoirr. McAMrrrn and cowardly awn nil on an inoffensive old been spending Cnrnte Cooper, wbo bar S. II. Moork, of Zincaville, Ohio, I man, ought not to raise him in the callina-lio- n aoma date at Mr. JolinO. McAllstcrV, bate slopping at the Franrl Hotel for n few of thoe having daughter lo educate. returned lieu. Myaimfy Anyone wishing In purrhasa The Nurlhtrn MlhodIt are seriousMiw Kmma IlirrT,a luyely young lady fruit, ornamental and shnda trees, will ly considering whether the Itinerant metli-e- d Hum Mississippi, daugblerol J. X. Hull, please call and get prlrea. Strawberries ought lo bs wholly done away and minIV , a prominent lawjtr, U Yisllini; Mlssee were on exhibition which wero crown on isters left In charge of congregations as Miry and Annlo llrown. the Nursery ground at Xineaville, and aa long as it ia mutually agreeable, aud it is UllliurA. W. WiLhon, of lUltiuiore, to the quality and kind, ask Mrwra. Miller not likely to slop till some change lendand Mil. Duller, of Na.liillle, retiirnctl A Franc! and other who saw them. Any ing to permanency of location for the with Mm. fl. O, Truebearl from Shelby-vill- a Infoimation wanted can be had through preachers are made. The former almost and are now btr giie!. the agency of Meaara. Franc! A Miller. autocratic ower of the Ilishop is being Mb. K. Takbajjt, formerly of Casey The Court of Appeal affirmed the sen modilltd from year to year till now preachand for severs! yeara an etlectned correspondent of Ibla paper, !a now asnoclate If nee of the Court which cave Froman er and congregations are consulted and aseditor of the Sunday Jrrrury, published at Minor a life lerm in the penitentiary for signments made with some regard lo their Dallas, Trie. Hta many friend In thin killing John Ferrrll. One of the ground nishis. atcllop will wieli hiui unbounded aiirce. for appeal was that the jury wa einiian- LAUD, STOCK AND CROP. nelled and aworn before the defendant was Wheat harvesting will commence next 10CALMATTERS. arraigned or had entered hla plea, but the Court derlJed that there waa no auUtsnce week.Lambs are high in New Potatori at II. C. might's. Cincinnati. Sunday in it. Janie Ilainwater, wbo got 21 yeara they sold alt J to 0J eta., with good delor obcam and rake at all hour al H. H. for killing Adam Dowcll In Whitley, Myera. mand. a leversal of hi case. Ilainwater Jaa. J. llodgkin bought of different I'MUirJareaixtCani at liruce, Warren baa been In Jail here for tome month for parties laat v,ek 110 hog at $5.25 per cwt t A CVe. aafc keeping. Winchester Democrat. A cioou 1'iano lor aale apply to Dr. T. There I another lioom in Confederate Oxr.of the moat exciting chase wllnesa-eII. Montgomery, Stanford. in many a day occurred at Hlchmond bands, the demand being principally in London. Fhur Jars any atyle you want and low Junction, Saturday. Ztck Carter ap- $1,000. Prtcea run from $0 to $1 per proached IVrk Doly, with whom he bad C. HrlghtV er than anybody at II. Ionalut won Ihe llimyar Stake at been at outs for some lime, and aaid be Kok Sale. A handnotue rraidence. wanted to have a word or two with him. Covington, making his sixth consecutive Will acll very cheap. V. Craig, Stanford Doty d id n'l care lo converse just then and stake victory this spring. Jack A Phil are turning went up the ptke aa fast as his leg still in luck. Ki.miant new deaigna In Picture Frauiea More favorable weather ha brought could carry him, Carter after him at Ten and Cornice Moulding, nt II. K. Wearen' llroeck. speed. The race lasted for MO or out Ibe wheat considerably and there are C'lUMrioN Keajier am' Mower rrpalre of GOO yard when Doty reached the house of quite a number of farmers in the county eferr description al llrucv, Warren A Mrs. Hutchison and he was declared the who will make full crops. Co.' The Kansas wheat crop Is a little winner. 'Djly swore out a writ against short in acreage, but the yield wilt be CoNTRAoroit Dennli SitllUan wanU 1IK) Carter and on the Irial oflhecasnycsterdav baud on the Stanford and I'rearhemllle he waa acquitted. Doty failed to put In an larger than Ihe average crop for the past fire year. Harvesting will be begun next Turnpike. appearance. mOTkMb $nf murloariwl -- Sadmch's grain cridlea al W, II. Hli-gins- '. ijhiv. s ' Cmirl-hoim- a gut Mon-llcel- lo Ilr Ten-nrse- I d About 160 persons attended Ihe annu al senior clasa parly at Dr. Heatty'a Friday night. Ices and other light refreshment were served at 11 o'clock. Ths company did not disperse until after 1 o'clock, a m, All who were present speak of the parly aa most enjoyable. Danville, It seems Is lo have what It has long been a shame for audi a metropolis to hs without, vit: A handsome The mailer Is In Ihe hands of a number of energetic gentlemen and as soon a some minor detail are settled the location and design wilt be announced. Hob Hurdett, a negro man who wa raised in Garrard county, and who lived for some lime al HuMonville and Danville was killed a short distance this side of Hnrgin, Saturday night by being run over by a train of cars. It is not known bow Ibe accident occurred. Some of his friends think he may have been killed and afterwards placed on the track, but at present nothing authentic can be learn ed as to the particulars of his death. Deceased haa a wife here. On Thursday while the family wero at dinner, a while man with a bundle under k'j arm wa seen to enter the residence of Mr. Win. Tomllnson, on 4th Street; in a few minute he came out and walked leisurely away. It waa soon after discovered that tho bouse had been robbed of a pocket liook containing several dollars in money, a promisoiy note for $700, a bracelet, locket and other articles of jewelry. The case has been placed In the bands of officers, but up lo Ibis lime (Monday, no arrest have been made. Ja. Q. Qivens, Eq , of Louisville, will address the Dienologian members of Ihe senior class of Centre College and deliver their diplomat Monday night. Mr. Richard P. Ernest, of Cincinnati, will deliver tho diploma and address the Chamberlain Society graduate Tuesday night. Iloth gentlemen are member of the clasa of 1878. Iter. Itobert Christie, of the College street Presbyterian church of Louisville, delivered the Baccalaureate sermon to Ihe senior claw of Centre College, Sunday morning at the 2d Presbyterian church. A very interesting meeting of the Alumni of Caldwell College waa held in the Chapel of lhat Institution on Thursday evening. The exercises were opened by Ihe singing of "Auld Lang Syne," followed by prayer by Itsr. L G.Uirbor.D.D. of Itichmond, former principal of Ihe College. An address of welcome waa then delivered by the Vice President, who Introduced a new members Ihe graduating clasa of this year. The Corresponding Sec retary then read letters of regret from absent members residing in different Stale. Tennessee, New Jersey, Missouri and Illi nois being heird from. The Secretary then read the minutes of the last meelinr, after which the classes were called. The call going back to the second year of the Institute under Prof. A. K. Slcan. Histo ries of five classci wero then read by representatives of them interspersed by vocal and Instrumental music rendered by the young daughters of former graduates. After remarks by Dr. Harbor and Iter. Tho. Montgomery, the present principal, It wa decided to hold the next meeting in 1886. The association at present numbers forty Opera-Home. PBOriMIOVll, kmivlll July 2J; Russelvllle 3; Bowling Qresfl 4; Glasgow 6; Tomkinsville 0; Burks-vlll- e N- UK m. auaoarr. t, vr. aaowir. 7; Albany 0; Montlcello 10; Stanford MImImipi"!." tNTinsn l.lFVT nil: 'am f tlltTwAll ntTHDETT H. DROWN, ArVhlli'me 14 ,h rlt I, 1 1; Morehead 10; Grayson 17; Catlettsburg f1 I hi,, irltlr IIUtf,ti n I fwrtKnUM 4lrw Ohio. I'OIISIII.r: MeMAMX, ATTOItNJ3YH A.T X.A."W. 18; Greenup 10; Vanceburg 20; MayvlHe Ill-lj- r MT. VERNON, KY. 21; Flemlngsburg SI; Covington 21; LouisONE HUNDRED T. vr. vaaaox. wntaca a. 1 r. ville 20, Speaking will commence at MAM TWAI1.tl, T. W. ft W B VAIINON, except at Louisville and Covington, ! AT IA.tV, where It will be at night. Col. Morrow KY. STANFORD. On lh Offle In O wiley A Son' new building-- up alalr. Hartwill meet Hon. J. Proctor Knoll at Stanford & PreacherBvllle Turnpike, M. PKYTON, ford, Henderson, Greenville and Hopkins-vlll- e Two miles Iron, Stanford. Illghett wijm pIJ, and especially invite Mr. Knott lo inn inn cTfrr suumr. HTANf'URD, KY, Will nracllc In Ibe Curttor Lincoln and ad IK-J'v'.Y.Vft HVI.t.tl'AS. meet him at the other points mentioned, joining counties and Ihe Huperlor Court and Court M., lt Hands Wanted vao. orKNINO THE CAMPAIGN, Mt. Vernon hai the honor of being Ihe first point at which Hon. J. Proctor Knott Latecf tTxnaiill, PTeranr with and Col. T. 7, Monow met In joint debate .TON. NKVKKJL1V1E, A ot Appeal, fjptclil attention given to collections. 112 Ofllca on Lancaster street Co., Stanford, Cy., In their present canvas for Gubernatorial honor. Their coming was not very well there was not aa advertIed,conseqnently large a crowd as might have been. Col. Morrow opened Ihe campaign In a spesch of about one hour and fifteen minutes. He charged the democratic Slate official with squandering and misappropriating the public moneys; lhat in 18G5 there was a Stale debt of $0,000,000; that there was in Ihe sinking fund about $9,000,000, nr $3,000,- Indebtedness; 000 more than the State' that in the last eighteen year thl $3,000,- 000 lu been squandered in uselesa extrav agance until now the State is in debt lo the amount of nearly half a million of dollar. He occupied almost one hour on ibis subject. He then went ofT lo the common school question and said that Kentucky bad the oorest common school law of any Slate in Ihe Union. 'He dwell some lime on Ibis subject, but did not snggest a plan by which it might be bettered. Mr. Knott in bis reply consumed about one hour and twenty-firminute. He followed Col. Morrow very cloaely through hla argument. He said that it wna true that in 18C5 Kentucky had a surplus of of about $3,000,000 In her treasury, and that instead of allowing that amount of money tojay idle, doing nobody any good, il had been used to pay the cjrrent expense of the Slate government and to lemea the taxes of her citizens, and that Instead of Ihe Stale being in debt at Ibis time, aa charged by Col. Morrow, there ia on hand about $100,000 over and above the present indebtedness, ITecompared Ihe per capita tax of Kentucky with several other States, and ahowtrd that of Kentucky to be les than that of moat other Slate. He then went for the republican platform and discussed it from one end to the other; referred slightly to national politic aud the closed his speech. Having occupied a little over his time, he eald he would waive bis right of rejoinder. Col. Morrow then made a reply of about fifteen minutes duration, in which he almost wholly ignored Mr. Knott's arguments. Branching ofT on the tarifi question, he Is for a protective tariff. The re publicans think Morrow made the best speech, while the democrat think Knott beat Morrow very badly on a good, solid argument. Mr. Knott wns feeling very badly, and had been confined to bis room most of the morning. Mr. Morrow looked all right and in good trim for a aummer's cimpaign. e tar-iffa- J. M. ROBINSON tratorttr an I JnMier M7, AirroniMiav Ar :l.a."v, DANVILLE, KY., Will rrictlcelo ths Court of Boil ind adlolnlng eonnile and In lh Court of Appeal. And Mailer Commissioner Rockesalle Circuit Court MT. VKKNim, KY. lH lh. Duku.(l.r U'lll tlons a specially. Office In Court-hou(lis) AT.BX. ANDKRHON. 6c CO.. - ICY. tat, nf Dry (1oo.li, Notion, Ac , nil Mln Blrrft, Cor. Hllth, LouisviT-rii- :. - A.I J. B tornoy PIBH,Iun-YA.t , Ice! Ice! Ice! hurokoin I will ilellrer Ice every morning As loness inr stock ImI. After lhat, take Ire as low a I ran afford. Account due at tha rloKSorrarh month. .'. IIAICIIUU. HtanroM, May 7, n..tlu r,KH P. HUFFMAN, MTANFOnil, KY. njaxvrriH'i', cent at oxi: prrtrnt run It. roinvi, Office South aid Main Street, two door shot tha Myers Hotel. Fur Nitrous OlIJa flaa administered whsn re- quired. Ult. W II. l'KKNV, M1TULUJ BTANl'tlRIl, KENTUCKY. llflltlHt. NowlInii(l8oiiio Millinery I haTiGneO averr ronrrhnlra llano' tha litest sod handwnint stjl of BPR1NQ AND SUMMER MILLINERY And Id tile all the ladle lo rail and eiamlne, Office over Robl. H, Lylle's alors. Office hour from S lo12 a. M.snd I to 6 p u. AnrMhellca (114-lwhen nereury. TO THE PUBLIC We will now pay aprclal attention to whether thev Uuj or not. I Id I'llres reasonahle. Net t dour to lir. Leo F. Ilulliuan's office, BUnford .TISV It 111, I, I'. HVfillKS, srCDHTOBI GIllNDINa.ta Wa promUs to give satisfaction, and when desired will gla Talent Flour for Wheal. Can make either boiled or unbolted meal. lltt--t Mr A I.I.ST r.K A NAM.i:r.. Blue-Grass Valuable Blue-GraFarm li'Olt HALHI ss Farm For Sale! I offer Cirssle my 1 arm of XOZ Acre, sltaa-le- d near Wlnut Hal. on Ilia HUnlonl A. Crab Or- chard lurniilke, 3 mile Irooi Manlord. A Lou 140 Acre In cultivation; ttalanm In grass. Clood spring, rdenlrgood lliulhrand wellsdapted lo itock; tna good nrlghunrliool. Will sell at a bargain th BiiuTeiratioi i.iniBiiugiTeiuaruion at anr lime. I'or further particular. Inqilro of J. II. Oirilry, HUnforJ, Kjr., or writs to Me al Darilla, Milan county, Trias. I2U tlj JlKXItY J'lSII. J, ROBBED I offer lor ale, privately, my farm of 375 Acres land, with a lrg brick and of excellent blue-graframe residence combined, , ten room, within a nil le of the new Manfurd A l'reacherstllle pike. New orchard, frcah and medical water In sli linIncluding a tieot dane. Improvements tensnt house. In grass, 303 acres, and balancn tillable. Timber abundant. Church and school-hounear by, and ths neighborhood unexcelled. Ill not ofien that auch a deslial labrm I lor sale. Title perfect. Address ni st Stanford, Ky.or Thou;an.HofgriTM rt call on me at ths farm 123-- 1 jr-- or auuuallf robbed of tit?! r If MKS. NAItAII COOK. Tlrllmi. Urei prolong!, liipplncasaotl healtb re itorrl by use of tbe great GERMAN IN VIG0RAT0R! Which potlllfrly and pcriumrntljr cure ililjio-fctir- i. (rauanl by ricenrt otanr kind.) Aetiil- tbal linf II rilktirKM, andaltuiieae energy,follow a sequence of m?lf.Ahue, as loss of IcmoI memory, unlrrnsl lassitude, Cu In tha back, Ulinnruofvlilon, prematura old age, and many other disease that lead lo consumption and a premature grata. O08cnd for clrculara with Umi by mall. Tha J, VHHtllATOIt t sold al f 1 lwr box, or six loies lor f 5, by all druggist, or trill be, sent free by mall, aecurely staled, on receipt if price, by sddreeslng r. J. CJIKiVKY, 113 Adamlrret,Tolcdo,Unlo. Ul-lySola agent fur tho United mate. W. T. GREEN, HTANI'OKI), KY., -- Dealer In- - Groceries, Hardware "i QUEENSWARK, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Harness and Saddlery, FLOWS 125-- tf Propr WAGONS. This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Boputation, AND AbMlah Messenger! memoer. The tettle-DruEditor Interior Journal: Iti Proprietor UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Managed by John B. fish. Pete Brnughton waa tried last Friday and fined $25 and given ten day in jail. The laying of steel rails on the L. & N. It It has reached the "Big Fill" from towards Ltvlngaton. Another equad of men began work this morning at the north end of Ihe switch and are laying track towards Biodhead. W. O. Hutchison and Miss L It. Bryant came to town on the evening train last Thursday and were quietly married at Ibe Jnplin House. A few of our citizens witnessed the ceremony, which waa performed Champion Iteapera and Mowrra tbla year. dictments, nearly all for misdemeanors, Including several against Jonathan Kussell, Call and examine their machine. Hugh McKaio.CbarlexOTemtrcctand Hill la back from I be cillea I'm: Uamton Alatoll, far trying to taLe the (own one y with a complete a line of harneia and night during court. They are said lo have aa erer aren In Htanfoid. Call and fired fully a thousand shot, doing much aee htm. damage to window pane and other prop-erlOf tiik II through car of freight from Knoxville Saturday, three were loaded 11. We ARK glad lo learn lhat Cpt with Tcnnewee marble and one entirely McKinney has been appointed traveling . with rgga. Freight and lWenger Agent for the Ken id-diar(l-- o. m Casey Count. M. Peyton, Kp. tells u week.Mrs, Sutton has two cow which gave A ItEAUTirui. trannparent picture glten with eery bill of good of $1 or oversold that but two case for felony were tried at from Ihe 1st of May, 1832, lo Ihe 1st May, by EluiIlon A Owiley. the Casey Circuit Court. Oiborne llalley, 1883, 1,053 gallons of milk, from which colored, for horse stealing, waa acquitted waa made 3S1 pound of butter, which she Till: young people tell in lliat Itit Hun-da- y and Peter ami Frank Qufiey, for sold for the neat little sum of $230 70, bewan the lint thin year that it did not atualing a canoe, were found guilty of petit sides supplying her family equal lo five rain to a greater or lea extent. by M. It. Moore. larceny and given thirty day in fall. The jiersons. Lexington Osteite. The Mt. Veinon Unuci:, Waiihkn & Co. are handling the grand jury adjourned after finding 35 in Danvim.k Court. About 150 cattle on l'pron ua lo aay that he apeak on temperance at llohlam'a Mill to day and Anderaon'a School-Hom- o to morrow. will be unfortunate with hla rockawaye. Sunday hi borne got looae from a bitching poal and running on" tore Iheaecond one to piece. J. A.ClUI'I'Kl.l.aak Judue lilll.ll,sixeuia lo Tut: great nub of the laat three month hat aomewhat auhalded and I can now Krreonahorl uollce any who may want anything In my line. II. C. Itupley. -- . An tri'OKr will bo made by our citiicn lo get the I,. AN. to allow the K.C, to lay a third raM on their track o that the latter' train can run up to Stanford of putting1 Ita paaaongera oft" a mile from town. wife of Wealey Wilcber, who Uvea near McKloney, haa become insane again. The lucky Central It. It, with headquarters at Stanford. He Informs ua that the gauge of thai road will lie changid about the 1st ol July that stock peua will be erected at once at Richmond Junction and lhat on or about Julv llh the road will be opened for passenger travel and for the shipment of liye stock to Covington, Cincinnati and de other eastern citie. Such stock aa signed for ahlpuienl to the eastern markets will lie unloatletl, watered, leil mm rested in their own pen and then reloaded and shipped via the Pennsylvania Central H. 11. This arrangement Will be a great convenience lu the diover and other stock men, aa it will obvlatu the expense ofaO mile drive and save them heavy charge for bridge toll; all or which will be highly appreciated by them. Full Information as to rale will be giveu upon application lu Capt, Mclvlnney, at Stanford. 1 She wa in the Asylum for aereral yean, but wa pronounced cured and returning borne wa shortly afterward married to Wilcber. Her maiden name wa Vincent and abe ha been twice married. Jamhi Wiuon, the maiiahot by W. K. Hilton al Kinga Muuntaln, wa tried Saturday and held for unlawful ahooling. It waa proven that be fired the iirst alio! and w aa lo blame for the difficulty. Unable to give the $100 bail required, he waa lodged in Jail and on Sunday Dr. I'ey ton, Francis and Helm cut the ball out jf hi leg, where It bad been for over a month. UuMUKnLANii Famjj. The hotel kept by Mr. 8. Owenaat tbla popular and charming reort la now In full blast. !' cry arrangemeut haa been made for the comfort and convenience of the public. New building and luxurious table are among the Improvenieula. A regular line of atagea connect with eiprea traloa on the 0., N. O. and T. P. It. W, Prices moderate, Man Shut. That delectable locality known a Hlchmond Junction ha been the scene of another shooting scrape or rather u series of shootings, Friday night, J, P. Doly, W. II Isaac, William Staple, Charlea Alford and Al. Camden got into a row during which a number of shots were exchanged. William Staples, who dot not rem lu have had much of a hand In the a II air, waa shot lu the leg and Camden slightly In the hand, A warrant wa Is. lied charging the other of the party with attempting to KuKlur Camden and they were all arrested. The case of .Alford and Itaica wa tried before Judge mown yes terday and they were acquitted, Camden wa afterwards tried for shooting and wounding with lulent lo kill aud held in the sum of $70 for unlawful shooting. Ill' attorneys, Psxton and Peyton signed hi bond And he was released, lly the way these young gentlemen are wealthy no doubt but their effect are not visible and we would like to see Judge Urowu make his bond If Camden does not appear, the market of fair quality, mostly with drawn at prices ranging from tj to S els. seller not willing lo lake Ihe price; the boys had bought them too high. Some mule brought from $S0 to $125 per head. No horsea offered . II. T. Hush, Auctioneer. lien F, Itoblnson received yesterday of II. H. Withers 00 IsiuIm, average 70 lbs; and of John S. Owsley 400 head, average fi'JJ at 6 cents, lie give Mr. Owsley a check for $1,321 67, which the bankers say I the largest sum over paid for tho lamba from one farm In Ihl section. Iloth lota were extra nice and fat. Mr. Vanderhlll drove Maud S, and Aldiae, harnessed together, over the mile track at .Fleetwood Park in 2:15). The team was hitched to a road wagon weigh ing 311 founds and Mr. Vanderbilt weigh over 200 pound. Aldine did well, hut It waa evident that on the lost quarter she waa pulled along by Maud. The Louisville Mule Market is quoted a follows: Fourteen hands, 4 to 7 years old, $1000110; Fourteen and a half hands, 1 to 7 years old $U0(")125; Fifteen bands, 1 to 7 year old $12501 10; Fifteen and a half hands, 1 to 7 years oU $1100105; Sixteen hands, 4 to 7 years old $1050185; Sixteen and a half bands, 4 lo 7 years old with extra weight $1850210. A binder contest will occur on the fsrui of James 11. Clay, three miles from Lexington, in which Ihe Oborne, McCormlck, Denuet, lluckeye and lluckeyo Down, St, Paul, Waller A. Wood, Cham-pioDeerlng F.levator, Deerlng Low Down and Minncaitolis Hinders are enter ed. The grain lo be cut is barley and the field contains 100 acre. (leo. I), Wearen, J. II. Oweus, of Ibe McCormtck, J. II. Hockcr, of the Wood, Henry Clreen, of the Deerlng, and Thomas Martin Johnson, weul over from here. y BOYLE C0UNTT. Danville. lteuben Gentry sold last week to Harney Tracy, of Lexington, a Messenger Chief colt out of Ihe dam of Ited Jim, for $500. Mr. Marcellus Chiles of this place left Friday for Cumberland Falls In Whitley county, lo take charge of the Hotel office there. Mark is unexcelled In a hotel office and one of the best Circuit and County Court Clerks la Ibe Stale, Cornet Band did themselves great honor Saturday night In their serenade. They were highly complimented by lions. J. Proctor Knott and Col. T. Z. Morrow. Col. W. O. Bradley also made a neat little speech. Tho county clerk furnishes me with Ihe following list of marriage lisenses issued since last report: Logan Mite to Rebecca Meece; Sidney Warren lo Elizabeth Pointer; Solomon Chlldera lo Julia Martin; Lee Sexton to Sarah Moore; C. Jackxon to Elizabeth Ower.s; John J. Harrison to Margaret Hasty; D. Z Carter to Julit Adams; W. C. Hutchison to L. 11. Bryant; Lewia Mullins to Martha Tankersly; Jas. Smith to Nannie Mayfield, The K. C. railroad ha been having the ground recently purchased by them at Livingston, surveyed preparatory to having It leveled off for the purpose of building round-housshop, Ac. We underatand that Mr. Geo. Samhrooks lias secured Ihe contracts for grading this yard. From the Sinks of Roundslone, the inlernectlon of the K. O. it. it, with the L. A N., to extra rail will be put down on the L, A N. lies, an arrangement to lhat effect having beeu perfected between Ihe two companies. Work on the 1C, O. Is progressing finely, Shanahan A liro. will their contract In about one mouth, with Mason, Johnson A Canton not far behind them. Mr. W. L. Jones, who ha been stay ing in Ihe store of Filch Bros., at llrodhead, haa been called lo tho bedside J his sick mother. He doe not know when he will return. John L. Whitehead goes to the cltiea this week to lay in a stock of drugs for a new store be I going lu open at Wil liamsburg. His store at this place will be continued under the charge of hi brother, Mr, Stephen Whitehead. He will manage the one at Willlamaburg himself. We wish him abundant success. Among the prominent people we noticed al tho speaking Saturday were Cols. W. Q. Welch and W. O. Bradley, Hon. It. Boyd and Mr. Itobert Jackson, of London, It, A, England, W. P. Fogle, of Louisville, James W, Hopper, of Lebanon, John Buchanan and J. It. Oilker-soCrab Orchard, Wo obtained from Col. Z.T. Morrow a list of his appointments to speak In the pending campaign, aa follows: Harbours-vill- a 10; Manchester 20; Ilauard 21; Jackson 22; Com p ton 23; Ml. Sterling 25; Hartford 37; Greenville ifi; Henderson 39; Hop- n, com-pljte n, Surely history and customs repeat themselves. At any rate, in this age thai which Is moat ancient ia the most sought, most delighted in. The revival of the or High Teas, as they are now more generally known, recalls to mind, visions of Lords and Ladies in buckles and feathers, palnta and powder, who sipped their tea long ago, and enjoyed a How of soul, if not a fesst of reason. How, that ancient Inever, the strument, that announced a ready tea, fashioned like a kettle covered with parchment, upon which the drummer beat, has not been revived. Who can tell but what it may 7 Apropos to the subject, there waa a high lea at Mrs. Jno, W. Rout's on Thursday afternoon, between the hours of threyand six, at which many of the ladle were present. Among them Mrs. Sidney Mcltoberts, Mrs. Col. Rochester, Mr. Col. Miller, Mrs. John S. Owsley, Mrs. Pennington, Mrs. Paxton and Miss Mallie, Mrs. Burton and Miss Lucy, Mrs. Wray and Miss Kiltie, Mr. Green, Mr. I'M. Rochester, Mrs. Saufley, Mrs. Jo I locker, Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. Win. Lackey, Mrs. Geo. Wearen and Mrs. Steele Bailey. The re freshment, under the supervision of Mrs. Rent and Mrs. McElroy were everything lhat the guesta could dealre, and great waa the enjoyment a wo sipped snd gossip-peif you please, so great indeed, that we, like Da Quincy, wished for an "eternal were tea pot.'" After the refreshment served, neveral of the ladies added to the pleasure of the occasion, Mrs. Saulley giving us an old Scotch ballad, followed in a graceful and charming manner by Mrs. Sidney Mcltoberts in Fisher's Hornpliie, which took effect in Ihe heels of aomo of Ihe ladies, and fur a little we would have varied with "the light fantastic toe." Mrs. Col. Rochester followed with Soldier's Joy, and the ballad "On the Beach at the younger daughter of music beiug brought low by these ladles with ye olden harmonies. At six, Ihe hour fer departure, there were adieus with a good will to ourselves, to the world generally, and to the kind hostess particularly. Kettle-Drums Kettle-DrumUrANh-oiiD- is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in tho State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. .aVTafrJfa-WrysrSS- s lUgcage nlll bs coatejed lo aad from thedepet free ofehargs. Special aceomniodatlona to to Commercial 1 rarelera. The liar will bs alnaye supplied with the choicest brandiof Manor aad Cigars. FRANCIS FORMERLY ST. Bed lay stallion; 16 hands; loalpd 1878; Lred ly Chas. Dunn, hUnford, Ky , aired by Messenger Chief, aire of Maud Messenger; record, record, 2 23, AUI Abdal-la- h, 2.2Si; Marvel, year-old trial, trial, 2.23' Ou. 2.25; ItenaU., 2.20 gall at 3 year old, MsltlaMcli., 2.20 gait at S year old, Mantle Stewart, 2 20 gal t at 3 yearaold, andolher promising ones, lttdanirln-si- e by rienllnel, 2 2V?., and tbe sire of Yon Arniui, 2 19, Annette. 2 2oH. T A, 2 26; Young t'enll-ne- l, Mlgnou, 2.27'i; ("a- Vtrandlera, Z1C', 1 Mentlneils fall tout, 2 28,lrand bentinel. lo Volunteer, tbe sire of St. Jullro, 2:1 IMj liodlnr, 2,lJi; Drlicr. Uloster, 2:17; Alley, Amy, and a score 2.19H, Hunter, .nore In the 2J0 class. 2d dam Xltiy Hirers, tha record, 3 00; dam of Bertie illrl, record, 2:37, and tbe grandaui ot Maud mi 2?0, HOTEL A8APH, Hating had tbli Hotel From taieiair ut t garret, record, 2 25,, by Alexandria Abdallah. the sire olOoMimlttt Maid, 5:11; llosa-liod- ,2 Aliuout, AhdalUn 2l'4llhorndale, Pilot, Ac, Ac. 3d dai by IW1 Jacket, (aire of lha dam of Kentucky Wilkes, 221, sud lha grandau !',; STAlVITOItllS - - ICY. jlc.'ui'iiislacri and Kcllttc.l I Intend Flns.-riuH- lo Kci'p It lu u Strictly Aud leare nothing undone that will add to tbe Manner, COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. Are oBVrcU Commercial Travelers SPEOIAIi INDUCEMENTS To patronize nir, a I hara ersry conTenlence.auch SK'llSAMH.hUOUSIH, Ac, for tbtlrusa. record, 221.) by t'ouiet; by tiber-ma- n Morgan, tbe aire of Vermont Black Hawk lha aire of Ethan Allen and uiauy othir Irollcra. Bed er 1.0 BUck Jacket' dim waa aired by a Hawk, llh dim ail eitra road insre brought from Vance, of Mercer county, and lha North by W. aid lo be of Messenger blood, feotloel and A lex ander'a Abdallah ara both by ltradyk'a Hamhle-Ionia- n, tbe graudslre of Maud B., 2.10, and the alreof Dexter. 2.17M; Nellie, 2 13: Orange Olrl, 2 lu, Uauile, 2 21, Jay (lould, 2.1lii, and 30 olbera with record of 2 30 and better. Meuengrr Cblsf waa slied by Abdallah I'JIul.slreot l'lcksrd,2.U;; Bed Jim, lecord, 2 W 1st dam Is to lien, lira. II Tbomaa, biro ot Thomas, 2 21, by Mnubriuo Messenger, lre brail's oILewlnikl, 215',. 2d dim by Mauhrlnu I hlef, IraofLady Thotu, 2 IBS, Wood lord Mauibrlao, 2 21)., Mambrlnod'atcbeu and others. 3d dam by Imp.. NaoIeon. Kngll.b Hunwr, Ac. Abdsllab Metacnger will make the seiuon of 1&83 at Thai. lluun's. l miles from Slauford, iu Uush Brsnih A Ijiocaalcr plka J Ike. L uillo from btanfwid Banvllle plka, at i!0aud tulles from Lancaster A to Mara ia i'oal. Money due as sum Insure a U Marea that have publle ascerlaiuod. aa lha fact record of 2.30 or briur, or ucb a bass produced iroltera with reconliol 2 10 or better, may be bred free ol charge. Address - Baggage Transferred to and from Olio wo acsll. tho Depot free of charge. W.N. t'KAM'IN. WILMS U. DUNN., Ky, Hlanlurd, Lincoln Co MKasaaaaa faiKCK, by Messenger Chief, dim by Ak aide, (sirs of Hylas, 2 2IS; Knlgua, iitC; 1 sney Day, 2 30, Ac ,) will make tha season ul 18I at Fount Fox', Urjaulsillle, Ky., at 113 to la.ura W. U. 1). a man In foal. Rock-away- ," The Interior Journal Steam Printing Office does all kinds of Job "Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. "W. P. Walton, Prop'r. -- 11883.-- , THEi June 10. GRAND EVENT OF THE YEAR. aKW lUVKKTIhKaK.MS. BUILDING I ota Ut LOTS! term, IN STANFORD! U al fair prlcsa, on eiay Cincinnati 1113 Industrial Exposition OPENS SEPT. Cth CLOSES OCT. Cth. OF A WONDERFUL SISPLAT 44TOWNLOTS! th nAtii..i r.irn.ror lbs town of 8tauford b twecn Ualu trett an Laocatr pie. rba lot by slraots M ar an acre In are, are fact wlda snd lbdllaucof tho Unheal from lb of a ulltf. the .u....... .. t,.mn I. I.iil two-lblr- d uearest being wltblu 400 yard of IhaOourt-bous- o land, cuuiniaud-lu- g iuare. Thsy ara upon high dry aud sunoundUic a fair view ol lbs towu lot eier oUrJ country and ar by far ths best ferula in mauiora. me utuiuuoiuw. 1v-u- d will U k.ptw, ail will uots.ll toaay but a o at lb responsible parson. A up cau U Bask ol Htanfoid. ud al my ottlcs lu blaofjrd. Sianlwd, Ky. June IS, 1883. i lulsrtd pwawovuitfts UC03fI3S ITHTTSZU 13 125 Nn-tlona- l WIS OMNTU. JV3DSSCXstaaXOXV, . . rn... ...& JUIIIH1 ihw vhswss tiniVIIUIl(VHIIri Vlal las, lltaa Ifnlstsa ariaagBat aisd for Irsaipoiuiloa asfsnsT B.ti I. No charge for ajaca or slsam powtr 8pul of exhibit and iuloia. For full particular!, aJdrcss, Wm. H. 8TKWART, Sefy. KaeWtolUon of Incluatry and Art. II'. H MlIiLEH. ISSS.7 x ovk BTJi-XTTPOlR- popvlahox Tinniv mars tiKsrr. A CIJT WITHOUT M0K.1M. 4 Tlio official flguron of foreign immigration into tho United Htatos for tho Jom19,1883 fear 1891 presont some facU, and Taewky JlonilBff, tho probability of others, that how ai:y. joiis moroax ir.is iro really startling. Tho total number VAVUliT AMI Kl 1.1. fit, at immigrants that camo into tho Uilitcd Alrotit llio tiiiiu tlio lirignilo wajt con 3tatos in tho year was 710,000, During cculrntcd and m notos woro U'ing com the latter part of tho year, and especialpared with a riow to determine on aonio ly in December, this tido nas nlxmt M jilan of opuratioBs ngiBt Morgan, n per cent, greater than during tho corwoman from Grceavlllo, tlrinpHig with responding periods of 1880. Tho disrain, and on horseback, wm comliietcil turbed state of Euroj), and especially to tho ot, apart, wlicro tho Ucnernl in Germany, from which alwut ami liis officers were consulting. Her it our foreign immigrants como, makes tiatiio was Uncou. Hlio was an alleged it probable that tho iucrenso in 188'2oiot widow, formerly of Ohio. In renlily alio 1881 will Ito oven greater thnn Hint o' actwas an adventuress, an 1881 otcr 1880, and, consequently, that ress, anxious to canoo a iieniniion, got luring tho current year wo shall receive herself talked alwut ninong tho officers Bousiderably over 1,000,000 foreign imof tlio aruiios, and mentioned in tho migrants. and novspnpera. This woman corWhen wo consider that in this country rectly told Qillem tlio situation at Grocu-Till- tho natural increnso of population by the excess of births over deaths doubles the Morgan was sleeiting nt tho mansion resident population in less than twenty of Mrs. Willimiii in tlio eilgo of tho Qvo vears, it will bo scon that it woulc town, and directly on tho Hull's Gap require only about thirty years of the road. "Dick" Morgnn'ri regiment was present influx of foreign population, toin camp in a rlclil n short distalico weal gether with their natural increase, tc of tho town, and Unit side alono was amount to n number equal to tho total pickctel. Duko with tho main forco, presout population of tho United States lay nearly n milo cast of whero Morgan and Territories or about GO.OOO.OOO. II had retired for tlio night. This infor- to this wo ndd tho natural iucroiuo ol mation gained, Qillem at onco ordered tlio present population, at a rate ol Ingcrton to proceed to Grcenvillo with doubling every twenty-fiv- o years (which his regiment and Novell's battalion. is oven longer than it really roquir'es), it Capt. Roberts, of tho Tenth Michigan, would givo a total population of not less and Copt. Wilcox, of tho Thirteenth than 100,000,000 in 1911. Tennessee, werq Dent in adranco with When wo think that it has taken 20C their companies, tho main reconnoitcr- - years for tho accumulation of tho pres ing forco taking a moio leisurely pace cnt 60,000,000 of population in the and making a detour to tho left, so as to United States, it seems at first almost get round Dick Morgan's pickets and incrediblo that within tho lifetime of the tako his regiment, in the rear. Wilcox, great majority of men now living the who commanded tho advance, when population will bo over three times ai s within of a milo of tho vil- great as now ; nnd yet it seems almost lage, got a gliuipso of tho Confederate beyond question that this will bo tin reserve picket in tho road. Ho pro- case. Population increases with such posed to Roberts tomnko a dash through enormous rapidity, not only in America, into tho town, with n view of surround- but in all parts of tlio globe, and espe ing the houso whore Morgan was in bed, cially wlicro it has tho fostering iuilu capturing him and his staff and trust enco of civilization, that it is ono of the to luck to get out. Roberta was ready great puzzles of human lifo to know for any cnterpriso and closed eagerly what ha thus far prevented every part with his superior's daring proposition. of tho world from being overcrowded "Forward I Trot! Gallop I Chargol" with human beings. In Europe, not rang out on tho air and on tho cars of withstanding all tho loss of lifo by wart tho startled, astonished Confederate and epidemics, nnd all tho decrease ol They wero literally ridden over population by emigration, the increase by the dashing Federals, and beforo is enormous. In 1830 tho whole of Dick Morgan's subordinate, whom ho contained a little over 2CO,O0O,00C had loft in command, got a man in tlio of people. Tho samo territory now saddlo tho Williams houso was sur- contains over 300,000,000, thus showing rounded by Wilcox's men. Thoy shot that tlio average doubling lieriod ol or captured tho two or threo guards, European "imputation is about 100 years. picked up all tho horses and an officer Cngland doubles her population nboul or two in less time than it requires to eery fifty years, and Scotland in oven tell tho story. a shorter jieriod. Tho Continental Morgan was wakened by tho shooting countries all require a longer Deriod. and tramping. He got on his breeches, Simin, France, Belgium and Sweden ro- boots and hat, and in his pliro a longer period than tho countries revolver in hand, ran down tho long tuither east, owing probably to tho fact sloping grounds on the oast front of tho that population is already so impacted house. In the northwest comer was a on tho western coast of Europe that the gropo arbor. As Morgan stooped to difficulty of obtaining subsistence pass under tins, in order to. reach tho checks tho rapidity of tho increase fence, ho was discovered byAndy'Camp-bell- , Tho history of tho world shows no private in Company G, Thirteenth luch great nnd persistent movement ol Tennessee cavalry, who fired on him. population as that now in progress tc Tho bullet took effect in Gen. Morgan's this country, except that which over right side, and Tanging upward, on ac- tlowed from tho North upon tho Roman count of his stooping position, passed empire, nc r can it bo doubted that there on near tho heart. Ho fell and died in- are plenty of men now living who will stantly. witncH as momentous results in the Meantime tho rest of tho officers in history of mankind from the present and about tho house, a few orderlies and movement of imputation to America as a squad from Dick Morgan's command, were experienced from similar causes in were captured and rushed off to tho east- tho fifth and sixth centuries. These ern part ol tho town. Campbell dismount- results, however, while quite as impored from his horse, took a look at tho man tant, will necessarily be of a totally dif ho killed, recognized him lio was a do- - ferent character. Instead of a barbarian serterrom Morgan's first command hordo subverting an established civiliza raised tho body, throw it over his sad- lion as men, it is tuo movement or an dlo bow, remounted and rodn away with and cultivated people his companions. Thoy went into tho regions in through tlio town, filed to the right, tho center of tho American continent, to passed out to tho north, boro to tho create thero, within the noxt right round tho high hill whero tho recities and improvements, population mains of Androw Johnson are buried, and industry equal to that in tho center and, though pretty hotly pursued by a of Europe. ClUcago Tribune. thoy reaohod tho portion of Duke's men, Bull's Gap road near tho point whero Homo amateur writers in London they had charged tho robol picket a half-ho- wroto a set of poems upon a given sub before, Philadelphia 'limes. ject: "Mrs. Brown Among tho thetes." Tho following verses won tho Be in earnest. Thero is no timo for pnzo : folly. Tlio acts of tho present will have Iay to Mm. 'Arrla, aa we .it tea, an effect upon tho futuro years of life. "I wonder what In 'even' mmo theso'ere Latttiitca bo I" Wo aro now in life's great training-schoo- l. "Lorllc. ycr'arL'.ho .aya tome, "Iieca American Wctleyan, KY. ono-tln- o. three-fourth- Ben-trie- s. Ru-rop- not think it necessary to say, except for tho matter of figures, that Venice is built on sovcnty-lnsmall islands, in ir.) from an aero upward, formerly soft, muddy deiiosits through which tho rising tido languidly flowed ; that it had its origin in tho fear of Attila and his Northorn barbarians, which drove thousands from tho mainland to tako shelter iu this desolate swamp; that I ho city transacts its moro important commerce almost entirely on tho water, having no wheeled vehicles whatever, and no streets for horses, and no horses, except threo that nro Lept in tho mnso- lira for tho children U see as a curiosi ty ; that thosoventy-tw- o original islands aro now intersected by 1 47 canals, which aro crossed by 800 bridges reached by steps on cither side ; that tho "streets," to called, which cross these bridges and are traversed by foot passengers, aro only four to eight feet wido, squirming everywhere between tho houses, nnd in three or four places, whero thero is constant nnd much pawing; narrowing to n foot and a half, actually excluding stout persons from tho uso of tho thoroughfare. Tho gondolas aro used for tho travel of tho fow that is, of those who havo somo money to spend for luxuries tho narrow streets aro used by tho many. Most of tho troflio is carried on in tho streets. There aro no hand-cartno no wheelbarrows, nothing on wheels. Everything is carried on tlio head or shoulders or in the hand. I saw a man bearing a quaiter of lamb on his naked head for our breakfast vory likely. Fresh water is reeeled from two sources a littla from twenty-si- x arte sian welu, but I ho most from tho country, from which it iu brought and Lept m tanks. It is freo to tlio public ouly from U to 10 and 1 to C each day, oud sold tho rest of tho timo, and letweeii these hourHyouug women may be seen hurrjin;' to cud from tlicso reservoirs, with metnllio yokes across their should ers threo feet long, nnd two gallon copper buckets borno thereon, iu which tho water is carried. There is oulyononewspaiierinVcnico, and ono crier ef papers in the streets, and this vendor makes a nolso between a yelp and n bray a sad but desperate noise, as if hixtpiurlottis had been struck by lightning and ho wus about to iu mortal ugory. William A- o dog-cart-ox-pi- I need rxciiH of uTit.tsQn 1JK.VCJS, cox.vcr. ut that timo that tho slavery in tho South wai n domestio institution with which tho North had no right to interfeto. I changed my mind when I saw what tho Southerners wcro doing, and in 18(1 voted for Lincoln, who was assassinated. This happening to tho third successful candidate I had voted for rather staggered mo. In 18G3 I declined to voto at all not liocaino I was suivratitiotis, but because I did not want to supiort Grant, and I would not voto for n Democrat, In 1872 Iliad moved my residence to Now Jersoy, and waa not entitled to a voto that year. In 187G I lost my vote, too, and in 1880 I told my friends that I did not want to voto for Garfield, for if I did ho would either lie defeated or wonld lose his lifo in office. They insisted upon my doing so, however, and it looked liko such a closo thing that I was finally pursuaded and voted for Garfield. Now ho is dead, aud I never will voto for another President if I livo to Ihj 1,000 years old." "And you aro not superstitious?" " No, sir," tho merchant replied with somo asperity, " but it is a very strango scries of coincidences, and I don't want to prolong it. Now, I want you to promise mo that you will not publish my name." "I'll do it if yon will promiso never to voto for me for President," replied the reporter, nnd tho compact was settled. ATew i'ork Herald. C. Morrlaen. A merchnnt of this city, who has taken METIIOIUST, SOUTH. Bit. II. rnomlna and tmy Similar nlahteirtpt the thlnl. Irayar Meeting etiry part in tho Presidential elections of tho CICAII Thurtday nliht. Sunday School at toil a, a. II t Jlloirlxin, SnpetlnlrnJent. It last forty years, has had tho singular i. II. IIUTCIIIWIS, Propr, AITIHT-l- lar J M. Bacc, I'aalor. Senile inWerluuo to vote for tho four Presi- ItotuitonitrlnJIng TnttilaTa and on Second and Kourth Hundara. momlnfand KrIJatiof rach IM-Jdents who died in office Harrison, Tay- trrtk nliht. Prayer Meeting every Wednexlay altar- noon, riunuiy ccnooi ai w a a. , . K. narrow KUMNINII THE lor, Lincoln and Garfiold and never Superintendent. AMHHIC4N havo indorsed any other successful canllllisf IAN. Worihlp hi the con.reUon "? ery Lord' day. Kreaehlna by Dr. J. W. Cox didate. Hearing of this slrango expeen Second and Fourth 1orM'e tlayt. Sunday School AND SOLID TltAINS at la. Jo. Bereranre, Superintendent, rience n reporter went to him for its RKsnYTKKIAN, SOUTH. Iter. I. S. Mthl-ro- r. He said : TO CHICAGO! uoicy. paitor. Sunday School at t 0. John W. LOUISVILLE ut, Superintendent. Union Prayer Meollncon havo nlways been a Whig and ReITpnn anltrltatlon t hat arfrplrd tha nirnry fur RriuuLMoTKa -- Patenter Ironi th publican, and I voted for Henry Clay, IJnntln amlflarranlriHinllM ftl Ihla hmmi rralt- - WdnUrnlthU. I. A N. II. It. afrit In Loultflll. kuffthv aiiil In.llliillnn tit who was nealen. In 1810 I voted for ftl.Jffl nflho A. A.r.rllw .aII.I.'a Win "In In time to tale the. renin train of the "Monon M, A. ftlrtjr prof lilt Ilouta" and fo Ihroufh to financial aid to th wMowa, orphn, hrlrm Harrison, nnd ho died in office. In 1841 .1W.MI1- 111 HnPIKII 1W UtllilWI rilll'VIBi UrrcncnMlo. Cranfordsrlllr, Ijirnjetlo I voted against Polk, who was elected. thntiM hrallala 1 to Ntura tNi.lrili.p H will full Information to thoae ami t'hlrnge nltlioiit change. In 1818 I voted for Taylor, who also died afford maItptauura to g.Weallowing the olijrct el th -- STAN"OHD. KV.- limiting and rlrrulara in office. That was tho first coincidence, 8ocltr, natnrt of the olBrf ra, Ar. TIMK TAIILK . .. a . Mi. Jtl'l mi a. a MKf TialTyT fsnyr but I never thought ManforJ, Ky. W. P. WALTON, STATION. about it. In HO - Proprietor. 1852 I voted against Pierco and ho got 7 11 p in HUM l.te. lxilitllle....... I Ol a m 01 pro (Ireenraille. ... through all right. In 1800 I voted tho SlieofSlaea, 20iCO. Klht eomnltl etl ol Scen- Atr. lYawforJatllle 7 01 am I M pm ery Seatlnf capacity, Including railery, too. " IjtayelU IS am 4 11 put tU Fusion ticket s against Lincoln. I l(eaonabl rate, to rood atlratilona. AdJre 7 " Chicago .... am a M vru NOTICE ! CRtmCn PIRtCTORT. "moNON itouanE." Chicago mclIAUI MltiLSt Louisville, New Albany & B Railway. "I Mutual Aid Society or Koni C Pu.li.mi. 1'aIaco Cars! OPERA HOUSE. mth ..JIIIIUll)l L II & GLOBE Xia.Hiia'niicc ii COMPANIES a alior. Stanford Femalo College. .STAM'HI. KY. With a Full Corps ef Teachers, Thli Institution will open In Thirteenth Th laoal direct route, with only on ihanjof Iowa, eara, to all point In Wlaronaln, Mlaneaola, Nehraika, Ac For further luformallon, M Ullit AY KKLI.hlt.tl, V. A.. lAolaillle, Ky g.j T Company onth2d Monday In September out. Setalon rrTa, THSORKAT i... m -- mgumi fl ! ALL THK UHANCHKS OK A American Asieti, $5,212,737 81 THOROUGH ENGLI3HC0UR3E rjaid in 31 veari Losies Aretauiht.ea wall ai 931.000,000.00 in U. S. exceed MUBIO. TUB LANQUAUEH. 1JHAW- INO AND I'AINTINQ. Solid, Prompt and Honorable. Pays losses Tfitiioni uu iiajs' discount. Does the Leading American rollclra wtlllin by Through Trunk Line Business, TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition. Mice ranea from regular Department. Primary, isv, rrpai!iojj,io, ana uuifiai, too. 133 124, to ISO Id th Intermedial JOHN III- M. PHILIPS, Agent. SIX OTlinrt KIBST.fI.A8a rfn-rfatnttd at tkoaame agrntry. Italra rrawnablo. - " For full particular, aa to Hoard, MRU. N. . TKllMIKAKT, frlurllial, SlanforJ. Idacoln Co., atj. Without Change and with Spee. Unrlialed SHORTEST AND QUICKEST rauM uiLmiux to tiii ROUTE Ropresentativo Newspaper of the Bontb. WEKKLV HALL'S amBasaasanBBaMaBwaBmaaBBma Cnnlty-Chronlo T1IK Courier - Journal AN OIKIAN OK Rami, (IE 13 RECOMMENDED BY rilYEIClAWO? SOUTH & WEST PULLMAN CARS Lull Uock, Mniotnr ,..: .,.,r. -- Wit heal cfatiif t ftuvaftnfth T.a AIUitt:. . Live Issues, Living Ideas BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Paleea Car Without Chaaf 2so:R.A.:ni JOKE. A Burlington man wedded a young wife. Tlio lady became enthused over Will Carleton's tale of tho elopement of a handsome young woman with a A itEraitsiiir.K "handsomer man," and determined to try tho srmo thing herself. Sho wroto a neat littlo note, stating that sho had left homo with a gentleman whom sho had dearly Ioed before sho had mut her husband, and that he noed not tronblo himself to look for them. Thon bIio called in her younger brother nnd went calling with him, arranging to return and hide whero she could witness her liego lord's dismay wheu ho camo to read of her flight. Sho from her place of concealment taw him enter, saw him look all around in sin prise at her absence, nnd finally Baw him discover tho note. Ho opened mid lead it, while her heart beat high "with excitement in an ticipation of tho breaking out she expected to hear. Tho poor fellow finished tho cruel missho, toro it up, and throw tho fragments on the floor, and then, without a moment's wnrninrj, drew a rovolver and at his breast, and fell fired point-blanwithout a sign of lifo to tho carpet. With a terrified scream, tho woman was at her husband's side in a moment, lifting his head, rolliug him, shaking him, turning him, nnd hunting for blood) all tho time shrieking to her William to speak to her, to forgivo her, to only look at her. William lay motionless, however, aud tho neighborhood, aroused by tho shot and screams, camo flocking iu to learn of tho excitement, wheu suddenly, when n Bcoro or moro had gathered, tho dead leaped up from the floor as well aa ever, at which tho wife, faiuted away. Sho soou revived lion over, and then it all come out that tlio younger brother, being iu sympathy with William, had lot him into tho scheme, and ho had chosen that niodu of punishing his joking wife, Sho jokes no moro, but her husband lias compromised ou a pony phmton to koop peace in tho famk shirt-sleeve- already-civilize- d pell-me- ll hitherto-unpeople- d ITALIC. TJuproeticod writers aro vory apt to fall into tho school girl's hubit of using italics with indiscriminate prodigality. Yet wo do not accept tlio principles of tho purists, who hate tho visiblo mark of emphasis as tho. siuoll t. Ono says that," tht boy hates use of italics is an insult to tho reader's understanding." If not used with moderation or good judgment, thoy certainly con bo insulting and exasperating, but 4 there Li no sense fat rigid prohihi. lion. A writer quotes from How ells' itery to show that in many cases no skill of ooustnMion could produce tho effect which tho author obtains by a few italics. Pages of description and analysis would not have givon us such a clear idea of Mrs. Maynardas wo get from tho under-corin- g of her conversation. How keenly wo realise the fretful, frivolous and unreasonable woman when she says to Grace, "as if during hor sickness Bella must have been wholly neglected. ' Don't let tho child bo all dirt when her father comes ' " But without tho italics how flat tho exclamation would seem. Tho truth is, italics, liko old Medford rum, calomel and dynamite and other stroug urticles, aro very good things in tHiir way, but you don't want too many of them, and you must "handle with care. "Jitchanye. tub-nigh- N f' i.i:.irn of AimiNVK. On Monday morning (says a Paris correspondent) a clerk applied to his iualjlo. And saw a lanky fellow with a Lawful gaahley Miiporior for parmituiioii to bo absent forty-eighours ou soma family affuirs, mile, Who taia, "Aro yon conaummlt? do you borer and received an ufliriuatlvo answer, yum and cling V" However, ho did not appear during tho "I'm quilt) rmpcttable," I iay, "and don't do wholu of tho weik, aud no ono knew to no auh thing.'' what cause to attribute his absence. Turn camo a woman hi a drew I'd boon On tho following Monday ho reappeared atbaiuod to wear, Who look aa if bho'd Jut got hup and never ut tho regular hour. "Well Monaivur," demanded his sudono'ir'air, cuxfeiucujoi', mivkh vsuku And eight and rolls 'a Lcyua about; I really perior, " why havo you stayed away all A frieud sends us tho following circu felt dutriMed, tho week?" lar, and writes : " Provisions uro high I aay, "lleicuw me, ML, la somethlak 'eavy You, sir," replied tho clerk, "gave ouycrcutttV" now, but'thoy might Imi worse; for note tho iuclosed :" "O riilllngdlnel" alio aaya to ma and give ma mo permission." I guvo you loavo for forty-oigquite a atari, CorikBATS srAita or Aiouici,) V SVUIaTINCK "You do not huudcratand the true develop- - hours only, and not for six daa." ) ItlcllUOtlD, Va., Scot, 26, IMI. mint 'of Hart) "riHJg your pnruon,' sir, wavered Tho following price, Iwiug the averagu of Your aoul la not attoouod to Hart's too too hea-- tho young man, " I huve ouly taken tho lato acbodiilm oatabliabed by Coiumlaiionera tatli Ilia exaot timo which you granted me. Wo for Btatca caat of tlio MiaiUaippl river, with Hut 'cro I taya to lira. IL, "Pro 'ad enough of work hero eight hours u day, aud six coat of transportation iacludod, will bechanced tbl I t. I certainly for tubalatcuee at ores told to cluotr under tbo tunes eight aro If thuo no what you call bJCithetea," I gays, Veb. 17, lBCVt, and amendment, la " tkey alu't my form had no occasion to ask your icrmissiou aetof North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida Too too," I aayat "'ere, coma and 'avo twe for tho night, any moro than for tho duorgta, Alabama, Mlaaltalppl aud Eaat two'n of aouKthluk warm I " Wm'iuluunU. hours dojiol owe to until further ordora i lUoou, i&0 per pound freiu beef, 70 cenla per pound flour, tratiou." Souk think that conThis was logical ; but since that day (10 per barrel corn meal, ItW per buibel of sists hi dwelling on tho question, "Aia I 0 pounda t nee, 30 cents per pound peaa, tho chief specifies by administrative u Christian 1 " That question ought to 14.(0 per buahvl of 80 pounda augar, (3per hours tho duration of tlio loavo ho pound coffee, (0 pur pouudaoap, fl per be decided once for all. To keep it opea grunU l'ifl pound t tanJloa, t pound vinegar, is to tritlu with God's promises. fl.50 per gallon i niolaaaea, 110 por gallon i Catarrh la the seed of consumption, and Nkveii wheu traveling abroad bo over- - alt, SO ecuta per pound. OolumUa (& 0.) A wuiN Is a very hungry thing indeed, units taken in time is a vtrr dangtroua boastful in tho pralsoof your own ooun- - JlejUkr, Hd ho who possesses it must constantly Hall's Catarrh Cure never fall UtuA it by rimling and thinking, or it diaeare. iy. Tub man who governs his own spirit wiM shrivel up ec Ui altje., Old lolurle are seldom cauceled hr new ifaur to cure. Price 75c Bold by Penny & Mc-Hater. benefit. 'em ev ry day, Where I goes out only Jeat acroia lUa way." And then tho taya a 'ow eho'iX tako mo thero that Mimed night Bo, whou vu'J took a drop of somothlak 'ot to put u light, We itartcd on our wiait, and waa limbered in - ily. Uurllnylon Jlawk-Kn- c nowspapor man took House, Ho w as at homo in tho place, and was n privileged character. Oco day ho sauntered IxJuud tho oflico counter into tho regions that nro supposed to be sacred to gentlemen whe wear diamonds and address Congressmen, Governors, tourists, por ters, newsboys nnd other statesmen by their first names, whou his eyo hap pened to catch sight of his own name on a slip with others over the bookkeeper's dtwk. Ho would not hivo given it a passing thought hud not tho letters " D. Ii." Iwen attached. Ho " flow off tho handle" ou tho iustaut, and demanded an interview with tho proprie tor. That august functionary was found, and to him the irate journalist addressed n fow remarks: "Do I owo you any thing?" ho nsked. " No, sir," was tho prompt reply. "' I havo paid my bills all ritrht, so far as you know, haven't I?" "Certainly. I havo no complaint to make." "Thon why do you permit your elerk to post me over his desk as a D. B.'?" do not: there must bo somo mistake," The journalist assured him that there was no mistake, and that he had seen tho ohjectionablo and significant letters with his own eyes. Tho moro ha thought of it tho madder ho got. Tho proprietor could not pacify him until ho promised to have the matter investigate! una the guilty man punished. It was found thut a night cleik had the outrage, and that evening tho injured citizen took an early opportunity to take him to tiiik. " What did you mean by putting D. B.' after my namo? " inquired the nowspaiier mau. O, go away," ho replied, thinking his interlocutor was " chaffing," as was his custom; "don't bother mo." "So, I won't go away, and I demand a oivil answer to my quojtiou." Tho clerk looked up and saw an angry man iu front of him. Then his counteuauce waa suddenly bisected by a gnu and ho doubled up like a man with the colic " You took didn't you? " ho inquired, as soon at) ho regained his composure. Yes, I did, nnd I have paid for all tho day-b- o ird I havo enjoyed." "So you have, was tho soothiugrosponjo, "but just come around hero a minute, till I You soo you aro show you something. in good company, lou are an associate of several millmmires mid railroad mag nates. Thoy aro each and every ono designated tho samo way, ' D. U.' That Regular boardis short for ' ers aro marked ' R. B.' " Tho journalist spent a week's salary trying to bribe his audience with liquid nourishment to keep still, but like all good things the joko leaked. Vhlcaso Times, A wi:Lii-KNow- x day-boar- am Kjiaxr Or bokoes. OLIGARCHISH 1 d at tho Sherman MONOPOLIES, AJt! .r-OTJiVlUfiJ nno Ontarrh of tho Nnaal of tho Cnr. Ulcerntlret I Catarrh INTERNALLY,Cjo or una Throat. It taken nets DIRECTLY upon tho Blood nnd Muooua Surfnoca of thet Sratom. It tho heat Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, nnd la worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT Qlono. OHLT SHORTLINETOTHE EAST Freta LMiiitlllala ralacWCarwllboalthaaw FMIRRANTQ .f"11?1"""""'1" oi thi rod wm rtctie apcclal low rate. ac.erw.it, See Aaeatt ol Ihla Inmpaay for CI', AlK0Rt,G. P. tale, THE 8PIRIT OP SUBSIDY At f mlullnl In IHIERHAL r-iN CORE WCAIARRR Loula.llle. Kt. tl.A. route That Thioving Tariff THE WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L Hat no aupcrlor aa a grtat family anj politic! paxr la ttaa Dcvapaper world, lit circulation la JIM .VI' TIMES I.Alt Kit Than any political newtpaprr In the South, and It Unllnl Stalra It but xlltd byweek far lu tu complete tummarycon-Uleach ol Ilia moat thaoewaoftba world, and Ita editorial column, are alwaja (Henry Watteraon. able, atroug aud bright. Auiooir the KSl'KUAI. rEATUIIKS Are Telegraphic ijptclala from all In leading loin ta in the United Btatca and fcurope. Serial and Short Storlea, Talniice'a Sermon Ibe Jijr alter delivery In ltroukljo lalrncle. Market Ileporl, Kaih-Io- n Ixttera, Turf ami block Keporl, Aluwtrto Correapondenta' Department, l'oetry and Depart uicnt lor Children. No Home lu the Country hould be without It. And we orTor One) Hundred Dollnm tor any Cneo of Cntnrrh It will not Cure. AVI LI. CUItK AM' CASK. Offlcn of A. T 8rawanT Oo.l Cnicioo, 111, Juno 4, IbtU, ( tu, TUcilo, O linn: F J. Chenrwit rlcwiuro In iDfurmlar you (rnlcmra I tata tluit I liaia uaed Hall Ualarrh Cure. It La curedme IwratTery bad and don t Lraltateto aay that It will car any rate) of Catarrh If taken Youra truly, properly. J. II 'Wr.iTTirnroarx WOnTIf 8IO A IIOTTU:.' llare) ruvl K Mcnar, Jackson, Mich., write Catarrh for al) lam. Hall' Catarrh Cura cured Bin. CunalderltworthliafOalotllo. cu rer rWSold by all I)rueit at '. CHENEY bottln. VO. J Manufactured ao.1 aonV ola Prvnrielore, TOLEDO, OHIO. i tuk siAiticirraj Don't Ily Be Led Honied Astray I roulea, which ar liable lodecelre th public. The horteat uj (juliirat Kout from Ctrxla-naWeal la lh Ibepeculltily adieitlteuentaof rlral il & -- n.w. 10 ITouri- ! r i Clnciiumli to St. Louis Hour ahead of all other line. For aale la Sunford by lVnny A McAliiter. 41ally Afflicted, Attention 3 DK. GANN'SKEMEDIESI FOIl THE MILLION. MANUFALTUIIED IIY W. K. OANN, VI. HVnSCltll'TIO.V TlUlJIfl: "I Dally, 112 a year; Sunday, 12 a year; Weekly, alogly copy one year, 11.50: Kilo eopUa, on year, S3.&0. After a club ol file baa been aent ua the club ratter can, throughout lu year, add alugla uoacrlpllon at our lowtat club rale II 10 for yearly aubacrlptlona. Yearly tubacrlptlona only can be received at tbl rale. Our teriua lor leaa than a year aro f I for eight luoiuha, 71 centa Ibralxniontha, BO centa (or ilireemomha. It aeut A aamplo copy of Weekly CVrler-)ma- f free of charge lor examination en application Liberal coah comialaalon allowed eanraaaert, and outfit aent tbeui free of charge. Addnai rrealdcot V. D., 2 car. car. tin, 2 rart 2 Hours uulcKKn "'" chlra "o110 12 of Dally Train lo Cairo, 7 hour quicker than any other and do chant of Dally Train ta Mw Orleaaa. No chaaf of from Cincinnati. Tialna, wllb Bechance of ear br any aarugere. Dally Tralna to Loulatllle, with Kre railor Cara. Dally Tralnt to Ktaniillle, hour In of all other route, with on leaethiuf. N. IIALIIKMAN. Courier-Journ- al Co., UiUliTllle, Ky Democratic and for a Tariff for Revenue only. BEST THE ALL OF LINIMENTS POE MAN AND BEAST. lb Uliy Twollourt Ln T1ruoii lctII3d& PSfu rart, and lea chao( of car than by other lloea. Tb O. A' St. It th oaly Una with 4 Dally The world I Ailed with lb wonderful, beautiful and Intricate In'enllona ol man, yet all the Trtlot from Cluclnnatl to Ml. Lou la, laaKloa direct cooneclliHia In the Union Depot (at HI. Loulijwlth combined talent and aenlua lu.t tha world ha. tier known hit nercr proluced anythinc Ikat can aliMuurl 1'aclae lullway, Ut Loul. Iron aloua-tai- n AHoctbern luilway, CblcaaM A Alton lull, eomura with "Ur. tiann'a ItruiAlle " Medical Chicago, llurlloalou A Uulocy Kallroad, tklll aud aclrnca hare, aa yet, tailed to dln)ier road, AMI. Louie luUroa.l; Wikib. M. Loul, A any thinjcciual lo them, for th cure of tha dl At their pacific lUllruail, Ulawurl, KanaaaiTeiaa lull raa for which they are reruuinended. Itallaay. virtue and uae are prilaed br thouaaoda Ihrouih- - way, Mt Loult A Mao out the lenttli and brewltb ol the lar.J, and aa Standard rarullr Medlciue. they cannot be ti- - Imprest This Upon Your Memory. celled, an tare tuny uutaaiiatea oy lue irou-c- et trail inonlala. la tba only Una by which you The O. et For Cou(ha, (udi. Croup, llroochltu, (iiniump-tlo- n ran gel throuib cara from Cincinnati tu ML Loul and all D!eaeaot tb Throat anj Lunji, without pajlug extra lare la addllloa to money pelJ lor ticket. Uho laloirualloB.call oa Oiihh'm CuiirIi HjrHp. Forilcketa, ratoi, or anr Hum. Ticket Ateuttof connectlne -I- N I I'leaa call at IN Walaul at, M Complalnt,Iyiieptlt, IoJliteitlon.Jaun-dic- e, For Liter Comllpatlon, Sour SIMuachaiid all lillleut Pinolnnn4!-- ! Weal Kourth it., tlranj Hotel, Ivllltllllldll (or Depot foot or allllttreet. DiMaaet, W. W.I'EAlMIIiV, W. II. 8HATTUC. IImo taHiin'H J.lvcr Ueu'l l'aaMO(r Aft tleu'l Matiafer. Cincinnati. For Ilheuuatlau, Neuralfla, Bpralna, Ilitlae and J. I), HILL, I'aaatDfer Agent, Lebanon, Ky Swelllngt an eiternal application for man or MONTIOELLO. KY. Ioncac .. I)r. Dr. Curt. beaat Vms Dr. CIhiiu'h I.liiimciit. all Forlllea, llemorrliol.il, liarua, Hitula and aim liar diaeaw, KENTUCKY CENTRAL ar fa -- Till: HOST DEMBADLE 0. R. T- O- a.a rtJl tiaUn MexlcHuMiitanf;ItnlmntUaMbonti ... .eillllmw .ill nvairi tliak .. III VA.mn. HIIUWII w. ! wa wuvw. . .. u it.a,i (1 till til Affi (nitlttlrVi1n Uho Uho i.n.. aUmUUMIirmilwma tiia rtniw uafia ifOluiirin for tho reilur of UIIU Dr. Ghiiii'm I'llu Oliilmcnt. and Old e. . LOUTE Fur Froth Cuta, Duma, Ulcer Sore, day-lioar- BUCClUullLtl k niu WU i or u wry iuiui ut i.u ami pnilno IIUlll J ilie beat uf lt 19 JUWIMUMV iu 1 MEXICAN MnaUnrrl.lnlincnt Is without nn equal It jieuelrKtr lleali mill lnuaflo to ..10 very wiino uiukiiik (iiu ihhiuiiu-unc- e of pain hikI lnfljimmatlon linpo Blbliv. luctroclaiipon lluinun l'lialiuml uruuiuully wouiltr-fu- l. tliiillrutot Tlio llvzlcuu Dr. (aiuiuVi lUltcr-NwuOliiluiciit. Uho lr.Citiui,H Stouiacli IIltlcrH A UellableToiiiCi And decidedly tb Popular Iloult, affording, aa It dor, tett cbaufeaand aupeilur accoiawodatlont to CINCINNATI: Miiiouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Teiai, Apllier and Blood Purifier, and alto cure l)yieiiala, lndlgeatlon, Liter Complaint. Malarial leTera aud all peiludltal Diaeaaea. Manufactured aud tit aala bf 2-- "W. 7&. X)., Sola proprietor, Moutlcrllo, Ky rAll or Jen uy iumii win receira pieiupi aiieuiion. hii MUSTANG Liniment la needed, by aomobmly In vvery liouaa. It.voty duy 1Iii;h uewi of the kuuX faa uwful acnlil ur liurn aubiluutl, uf riieuumtla iiiurtira or a mliiulilo Imiae or pa anvcU by tlio bcallntf vow cr of tUU Tb North, Nurtbwett and Weat. la fact, It you contemplate a trlplu any dlrettlon, your Internal will babeateeMi'dby urchaalnf your ticket ela K. C. and Cincinnati. J Tralna each way 2; i'uli man I'alacvl'ara; hligant New Day Coach, and hauileoiuely furoltbed Iteclluiuf Chair Car lorm tha uuMuaM eulpiuenta of tbl Old lUliabl, thereby uiakUK a trip oier Ihla IU oue ol luiu-llo- u coiufort aud pteaaura. 'fry It. TIMK TAULE, IN ErFKW MAY to. ISM. GHESAPEAKEAND OHIO III. Konlucky'8 Kouto "fOH East the LINIMENT which epocdlly eurea aucU nllmcnta of tlin IIl'MAN KI.LSll nil Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The ouly Hue ruoniu( Ho.t. I No. i, I No. 4. boi'TH. He. Corlnfton. .. a 10 am IMpm 4 10 p ml V 40 a iu V0 p ul Bolpiu ' Falmouth.. put " CjulUlaua .. 10 60 a in 5 10 v u 7 ri put II SO a iu " l'arl. 14 19 p lu 6 15 p ui 1 10 put Air. Uiluglou. L. Arr. Ml. HUTllug- Letlugloo . Wluibeater - I forty-eigh- !irll, a, 1 Loui-alau- a, auiiiaa, toiiiracicii jiiucic, jiuriia aud Ncalil, Cute, llrulnaa uml Npintua, I'lilauiioun Jlllra uml " "Id StliiK'; rlilllr .il.lalua, Nurc,llcer.lrot ! No re IVIpiiIra, IhU Ii Indeed form ul 4tcrual lieala without aeara. It For tho IIRUT1S C'UKiTlOH It riirea Nprnlil, Nlvlmiy. Hllir Joint, I'uuudcr, IIrnea Korea, Hoof Ke.au, Hot, Werew Woiiu. llolluiv lluru, Ncmtchea, )lud- Hpuvln, Tliru.li, ItliiRlioue, uid More, j'uii a. vii, iiiii "ion the Mcht and every olhtr ulluieut l of ilia whlth the occupant Ulaliln 1.I..1 MIUCU lUltl Ar llabl. I.lulutent 'llio Maileail M alwaya vurea and uuvor dlauipjluU aud It Is, iKMltlrulyt KlieuiiiBtlain, Htrelllnf;. Sllrr PULLMAN NEW SLEEPINO CABS Athltud Iluutlogtoo. SO p Ul a 01 I) Ul 7 03 p ir II 31 p lu I I) l U II IV 111 2 40 u JU IDti) p HI IU tutu p 0 43 7 Ul 411 Noam. No.. , C t No.S. 7 No.. BUaui A SOLID TEAIN yaou Lt. ttry dla-m- at. IaOUUtllltSC'lllClllIIHllHIltllCX' liiKtun, Ky., ltunttnitou AablauiL... Mt.Hlerllng 11 Wlucbetler Arr. Leitpglou Le. Islington. l'arla. Crnthlana. Falmouth,. Arr. Cotlogton 11 .., WASHINGTON CITY. 6 20 a 10 a 7 00 a 7 so a TO a 8 63 a 10 00 a 11 SO a it p u ui 10 p iu a so a iu II 1JIUI SO ui IS 07 ui Ii 63 ui 3 Co ur a 40 ui ut u0 IMpm SOII put i p put SO UO 10 01. ui a ui I pm pm I l) ui J 40 pm p ui SCOpui p ut S 40 put Upu ui p Ul atopm MAYMVILLK D1VI81QN. Connectlnf lu aaua depot wltb tut traloa ler No, dLi liluauiua 4ltpu.Arr. Mtf.iill7 60pui No. 10 ' Majtrllleeooam. Leilnf ton lOaut No. II " Mtrtilll WOOara au Lealuftea utng 3STo'Vr TcTons.. Souto ville, No.U " My?HIlS)jiu Leington4Spm THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS F03 HAH OR B1AB7. No. 4 ruut dally tod baa day roachta from Clu. to Lynchburg, Dan The Dlreot ciunatl to Waihlngtou, I'ulliuan Mloeiiert to ataoa. wba Falla. W Va. Mtop ouly at Halloa, ou K. Norfolk, No. C. 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