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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 22, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883062201_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 22, 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. Stems ' VOLUME X.-NUM- Hall What the Louitrille Democrat Know, M tttefii 22, 1883. mtftial NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER BER 511. Vititwg Our Country Coutlni. Tho season is with us when tho city man, with his wife, bis children and tho servants, Kpiarcs accounts with his cousins in the country. Tho latter individual has ten months of the year to call liis own, but it shall not ho tho fault of his city relatives if lie lins any piict and parcel of tho other two. This is the metropolitan citizen's season, and ho is given to improving it. Tho dewlierries redden e; tho tho raspltcrrios, pink and dclicato, hang on tho vino that clambers up tho garden wall; tho harvest applo grows golden with tho amorous kisses of tho warm Juno sun; tho spring chicken has at talncd n fullness of days that ripen it for tho broiler. Not unless his right hand has forgotten its cunning, or iio has gono long on lard, will tho city man permit these summer glories (o perish from tho earth and not bo tlicro to see andcxpedito their going. All tho world is going away, and why should ho bo immured within heated walls and walk on brazen streets when just boyond tho 1)1 uo lino ol bills that gird tho city about, aro ieaco and rest and purling brooks and spring lamlu nnd tho tender chicken, vegetables fresh with tho odor of tho earth aliotit them, and all this for a pit Unco a week with care ful attention thrown in for good meas hill-sidfull-fruit- ed STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE Mould Like to 157. How high Thos. L. Jones kicked W. P. MLTON, Cdilor and Fropmtor Tubllehrtt Tuemlrtu ami JYIilni, VJ.HO flpUon. 1M3II ANNUM. TlftMilon't NnJ stamps In psfmml of nrrpt to itiito thn, nl lhn of nnt otrr thrr fn(. Cincinnati"! Nickname. before ho fell into tho arms of his no bio kinsmau, Richard A. Jones? How a man who makes a claim to votes cast in violation of instructions from tho Owen democracy in convention nsscmhlcd, can consistently call Tho nlcknnnio of I'orkopoli is nf Knglish origin nml im tho brilliant inspiration of a sponsor who novcr saw Cincinnati. In tho year 1825 tlicro flourished in tho Queen City n gentle t man named Jones. Ho was tho of tho United States Jtrnnch Hank and was locally known as "Hank Jonoi." Tho pork trade had already taken such proportions as to rouso tho financial enthusiasm of Hank Jones, and in a succession of letters ho tllalat ed upon tho pork prospects of tho Queen City. Tho letters woro addressed to tho Liverpool correspond cnt of tho Cincinnati bank, and this gentleman's imagination at length fired liy Hank J one' onlliu.l-asm- . In a moment of wild gencrosi ty ho hied him to tho atmlio of aomo Liverpudlian Thory waldncu and ordered tho construction of what is set down in tho annals as "a iinlquo pair of rnoJol hogs." These nolilo cfligira and wero were ruado of papier-machscut out to Cincinnati as a present, accompanied by tho inscription destined in part at least to become famous "To Mr. Oeorgo W. Jones, as tho worthy representative of l'orkopolii." Tho bogs havo still a local habitation and a iiarae. Thoy add to tho burden of lifo in the oflico of nno of tho largest "slaughtcron" of Cincinnati, having passod by inheritance from Hank Jones down, from hand to hand.among tho pork tuonarchs of Porko'iolis, for Olivo nigh upon half a century. in Harper's Magazine. lxgau, pres-idene tho pot black? How a man who withdraws his nag from a raco on tho homo stretch can claim ho ought to havo the stake? If it is unfair to win n nomination after all opponents havo lccn retired trom the race? II a nomination by acclamation nominates? and if so, whew tho cry of fraud comes iu, except lit the cxpenso of tho man who is badly enough do moralized to raiso it? Whether at tho end of n call of counties delegates havo not n right to chango their votes, if thoy want to, and whether a presiding officer is not bound to eivo thorn a reasonnblo timo and opportunity to do so? Whether tho water on tho wheel of the mill will over como hack to grind another grist? Crutlle's Wit. When n printer puis bis nnns around his sweetheart bo is going to prces. agents, its amateur performances and member. It appears that a young Damm asked her to mar GroccrlcH, ProvlHloiiH, Confectioncrlcr), Tobacco, CIrri-h- , Vc, all tho other ills that mako up tho chap named Iter. A J Hattli, Prof .Mercer University! ry him, and her reply, ou whicli the News. Which be kef always on band. Make a specially ot Handling (looJs at Wholesale on Small Prodis.' Kev. tjto. V. l'llsci, Dishop M. E. Church. woes unutlerahlo of a hot terra in a (foods delivered within town limits free or charge. is based, was: "I'll bo Dammed A Pittsburgh jury gavo a verdict IN'IMSI'KN.'UTILK TO KVKIIY lUt.Mli. rerfcctly harmless. city. Ho will forget theso as ho idles chargo Used internally or externally for Man or Ueast. I do, sir." if against a railroad company for the away tho long days under tho trees, The Fluid lias been thorou&hiy tested, and wa everything mr . (i) A Tyi'k-Skttin- o Wonder. An amount of money stolon from a pass- have abundant evidence that it has donecet of your and if he is young and susceptible, here claimed. For fuller Information "Since tho Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors, de- enger in a sleeping car. inventor of Hartford, Conn., has bright-eyewill make love to brown-face- d, J. II. ZKILl.V CO., machine which ho defendant," said tho judge, "sold a Manufacturing Chemists, rillLADELl'HIA. country iajses God bless them vised a type-settievery ono nnd mako their dear littlo claims will do the work of fivo men. ticket for two dollars in addition to TnnuE Ackes ok Eaaa. A Santa hearts very sad when tho shorter days It is about the size of an ordinary pi- tho regular rates of passage, and offerinBarbara fisherman his discovered,near havo come, and his face turns back ano, with lettered keys, as tho opera- ed tho facilities for sleeping as an This is tho way Dr. Woods, of tho tor touches which, tho types tako their ducement to pay tho extra money, it San Miguel Island, a smaller island, Howling Green Oaxttte, kept iutact toward tho turmoil and worry aud work awaiting tho coming back of tho places with unfailing regularity. Tho hound itself to protect its patrons about three acres in extent, which is Nice of Horses nnd Fino Turnouts, Rates reft- that heavy hirsute top knot of hit: work of distributing is done smulta while they were asleep and for the probably tho largest nest of eggs in Ono of the most effectual preventives errant ones who have strayed along sonnblc. neously with tho typesetting and even time being helpless." tho world. The island is covered with ' against hair shedding, so common to tho country aido. of guano iu whicli sea fowls of Thcso 1)0 tho days when life is more rapidly, so that tho cases aro alCaptain Webb, tho English swim- a layer some heads, as well as tho very best worth tho living in a raro old country ways full of type. Tho chief difficulty mer who first swam across the Hritish all descriptions wero found laying or remedy against exectsivo and rapid house. Lazily pass tho days, and tho heretofore has been in tho justifying, Channel, is now preparing to swim incubating their eggs. The surfaco Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in dandruff accumulation, is a oncc-this has now been ovcrcomo and with nights, rarer than tho poet's day in but Itivcr below the appeared to bo almost covered with washing of tho scalp across the Niagara is dono with twico tho rapidity of tho eggs, principally those of the sea Falls, so that ho will pass by the pure castilo soap and rain or cistern June, givo back tho fullest recotn Frank Leslie's And can supply it in any quantity. penso when the drowsy god is wooed. ordinary modo. whirlpool. Theso are strango gulls, shags, and a small bird known water tho tempcraluro of summer rain. r duck. The discovas tho While, one could wisli the evening Wash early in tho morning when first investments that men make of their o. A woman's lives in tho hope that they will re- erer says it was difficult to walk withrising, then dry the head by brisk, concert of tho querulous frog, just vigorous friction, and you will not on- over tho way by tho hanks of tho smile is thus dcscrilcd in a Hawaiian ceive back their lives and money be out treading upon the eggs, and that ly escape any danger of catching cold, ond, were raoro musical, yet his bass tomance: "Her rich, red lips pnrted sides. In this case tho sum promised it would be easy to load a ship with but you will havo a toft, clean head of notes aro unaccompanied by tho fine and thero flashed upon the landscape to Captain Webb will bo paid to his them. San Francisco Alta. hair and a scalp ns clean as a lovely tenor of the city mosquito, nnd this is two rows of leautifiil white teeth. wife it he is killed. Dr. Hoskins of Vermont says: "Vc woman's neck after a Sunday morn- something for which to givo thanks. Slowly her mouth opened, wider and In Dr. Lawea's experiments pota- - ry fow persons know tho productiveThough bats ily iu at tho open win- wider. Deeper grow tho dimples in ing's bath. DEALERS IN toes were planted six successive years, ness of the garden strawberry under Hester Stuart writes of tho old dow, they aro leas harmful than tho her bronze cheeks. Hrightcr danced some on lanil receiving no manure, good cultivation. I havo picked as days enterprising burglar who, equally un- tho sunbeams in her eyes, until a stray and one pieco receiving fourteen tons many as four two gallon basketfuls days aro maid: "Her of pleasantness aud her nights aro invited, comes in at bis city homo to ray, darling through tho foliago ot an of barnyard raanuro per acre yearly. from a squaro rod at a single picking. ng bough, illuminated tho nights of peace. Sho goes to IkmI when make freo with bis ejoons and walk field uuuiauured rapidly dimin- Crops of 200, and occasionally over away with his purso aud watch. Let deep cavern of her mouth, bringing Tho iho pleases aud does not leavo ono esr ished in yield, as might bo expected; 200 bushels to the acre aro reported, uncovered to listen for tho uncortain it rain norer so hard on the day set into view the back of her head. Then, but tho fact most remarkablo is that and 150 bushels are only a fair crop. of a late for the excursion with his pretty cou- seeing us gazing intently at her, sho another field, with a dressing of G50 At ten cents a quart the crop will stops aud wavering night-kesin, yet will no suspicion of water shut her jaw aud darkness fell upon coming husband. Neither docs (ho pounds of alkaline salts, produced a mvo a return of 8470 per aero, more his miud away from tho princi- tho scone." turn restlessly on her pillow beside a turn hotter crop than that which had tho thau half of which is clear profit. ples of prohibition and tho fitio theoIk hi: Had Titn Meal. General stable manuro. sober, snoring spouso.and wonder, and V. II. McKiunoy, who is to delivries of tho temperance folk, when tho John C. Leo tolls of a captain in his wondor where tho children's school Exposition er a Choctaw address at the comcream-flakeAt tho Chicago Itailway milk is poured out at command who seems to havo been a books or tho family flannels aro to is au engine just built for the South- mencement of I.oanoke College on tho tho tahlo set on tho lawn for tho evealsort of regimental Mark Tapley come from; but sho drops into peace ern Pacific Kailrond, which weighs, 13th, is tho first Indian of full blood Salt, Limo, Comont, Field Soods, Plows and Farming ning meal. ways saying something cheery when ful slumber to dream of her old lovo Implomonts. Call and soo tho gonnino Hamilton Plow. If, perchance, the staid old family ovcrybody was down in tho mouth. with coal and water 9G tone, and is to receive a degree from a Virginia and wakes to wonder whether married years old carriago horse bo innocent of better Ono night when tho men came into designed for heavy servico on unusual college. He is twenty-thre- o lifo with him could over havo become On a level track it can draw has been at tho college fivo years and grades. time thou a milo iu five minutes, ho camp wet, weary, miserable and starvtho sordid, meager affair which it is to all the freight cars that can bo made intends to become a Presbyterian mincau get that from him without tho ing not a cracker left tho captain so ruauy husbands aud wives." Salem (Va.) Register. to hold together by ordinary methods. ister. young mail from tho livery stable On tho occasion of a great feast giv- calling tho next day with his "fou- r- bustled about cheerfully and got a Steam is required to work its reverso A. II. Kice, of Massachu bright firo going and then rubbing his en by Alexander II, in Russia soino r" bill, as is tho case hands in the jolliest manner over tho lover, and tho locomotive itself is a setts, has been unfortunate in lus love. years ago, tables w,ere provided, each wheu ono has taken the drive down mountain of strength and mechanical His first wife died early. His wed firo, ho said: "Well, hoys, if I had capable of seating 30,000 Koplo or so; Chestnut street at homo. construction. ding day was appointed with a second somo milk I'd have sotuo mush and -- ATfountains were running with Crimean Though tho mail arrives but onco milk, if I had somo meal." at Whitoshurg, Whitley lady, but sho died shortly before. Ho A man wine; immonso tanks were filled with a week, ho need not despair of tho county, was convicted of murder a becamo engaged to a third lady, whom TIlO DENTI8TKY AND LoNCJEVITY. kyass; and sheep and oxen weroroastcd Republic, for has he not left the affairs few days ago, and sentenced to tho ho married, but sho becamo insane introduction of dentistry has contribTho wholo before hugo bonfires. of tho nation iu tho hands of the gen peuitentiary for lifo. The Governor shortly afterwards. sight of tho food was too much for the tlomen of tho press, aud are they not uted wonderfully to longevity. Dr. him on his arrival at FrankA Chinaman inado a bet of $3 Goddard. .tho popular Deau street pardonod howling appotites of the assembled thercforo safe ? fort, aud ho returned home and has with ono of his follows that he could dentist, Hrooklyu, says that tho pro was crowd aud long before tho feast Know, ucntle reader, that nouo of killed auothcr man, which is the swim across the Sacramento river at goncral ucramblo took place. thoso things herein sot forth are for vcutiou of decay in tho mouth of ready a he has slain. Tho pardon Ledding, and return. As ha failed those who givo proper care to the fourth otio Tho viands wero trampled in tho dust, tho mau of tho uowspaper. SomFor him considered a great outrage. and went under, his opponent clapped teeth has unquestionably protected is many persons narrowly escaped boing tlicro is no summer loitering. Ho erset Reporter. and quietly his hands iu great them from much sickness. He mentho drowned !u tho vats of beer, and at homo aud discovors PresidenJay Gould is going to lako a trip pocketed tho stakes. Gear's gifts wero literally thrown to tial candidates, writes about tho tar tions tho caso of a boy iu whoso mouth ho found thirty cavities as au around tho world, aud if ho likes it tho winds. Fowler's Chicago "primo stoam iff, aud invents oboerful romances iu reek's Sun. ho will buy it. lard of tho James Wright braud" is Such as Oliver Flows, Melkle and Avery Double Shovel, and the Briakley Spurgeou-sormous-bcahlo en order that your enjoyment may bo illustration of his theory that disease Tho If lie does Vanderbilt will order a compound of lard, hog-fat- , beef-fat- , torpriso has petered out. Thoy didn't perfect wheu tho morning paper strays in tho teeth may bo ox pec ted to cor Harrow combined. Turning and Single and Sonble Shovel and another ono just liko it, and then ov rupt tho wholo system. , beep-fatleavings from cauned meats, No farmer should be without it. par. It is much cheaper to havo your way. ery Wall street milliouniro will be aud tallow. Bo testifies ono of tho A Maine newspaper states that at Heocher's aud Talmago's cut and dried Tho nowspaper man takes but ono ambitious to own at least tin asteriod. tho little town of Sebeo, at tho outlet mailed two or threo days workmen. orations excursion to the country, and from TexasSiftiugs. they aro delivered, and then pub that ho never returns. Wheu he has of Bebec Lako, Piscataquis county, iu A smart youug mau pio ked up a A minister traveling through tho flower in tho ball room after all the factory lished iu tho great morning dailies as worn out his days his comrades carry the interior, is a tooth-piclaspecial dispatches. It fools tho unso- what is left of him out to tho cemete- which is doing a largo business, using west some years ago, asked au olu girls bail gono, aud saug pathetically over athousand cords of poplar and dy on whom ho called, what sho phisticated, just as tho patent outsido ry and lav him down to rust. Then Tistho laitroio of somo her." of total dedoes the country greenhorn, who brags thoy go back to their work and speak birch wood annually, and turning out thought of the doctrine Drummer. pravity. Oh," she replied, "I think daily. on his homo paper's enterprise "in git kindly of tho lost friend, but thoy a two horso load of tooth-pick- s One of our heat cltlien would si to the it is a good doctrino, it tho people in Tito Market, tho May Hold And tho Dcst in' so much news, and poetry and write no obituary resolutions about The next Congress will stand : public that lie ha tried Hall's CatsrrhCure vVould only act up to it. EloYfttor. Yeoman. sich truck." him. Give them credit for that, aud House, 102 democrats, 120 republiand It ti til tint it claimed for it. Price as 75c per bottle, at Penuy ft McAlUlerV AU diseases resulting from boy, don't forget that now is tho time to cans, 13 third parties. Senate, 38 ro And here is a Sunday-schoo- l Tho unrivalod Jowol Range Cook Stoves, Step Stoves, Tinnerrous debllltr, ineutil tuxlely, degressCourier-Journa'- l. publicaus, 30 doraocrats, 2 "readjust ion of who, when asked so stand up and say subscribe. B. W. Ilopkiu, of the L. & N. It. K. of ware, Bird Cages, Barbed and Annealed Wire, spirit and functional derangement his verse, did it thus: "He not overJ. If. Wide, No. 40 Water t., Louis, tors." Souator Edmunds was elected oerTOUt sitem, cured by German Invlgo ujr. "I suffered from iodlgtatbn and ill steck of Qroceris, tue Lime, Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, &o. A general come of evil, but come it over evil vills, isa: "Brown's Iron Bitters entirely President of thoSenato pro tern., and rator. fiea adrerlUemeDl. For sale lj fretlng when IJrown' Iron Hitter' gre Woode, China and Glassware. Immediate relief." will preside at the next session, l'ennr & McAIUter. cured me oNTiptpsls." with good." Deal re to call attention to the Large and CoainrehensW Stock ot d ng A pretty girl in a neat calico dress is the IipsI thing we ovor saw in print. Waller Evans is climbing rapidly urer to fame. Already n nagro baby has There, on tho carpet of bluegraas, been named for him in this county. under tho spreading tree, ho will loaf A country church over in Indiana aud enjoy his soul during tho heated is all torn up over a chargo of profanterm, far from the city's dust and tur-- 1 ity brought against a young lady moil, its bill collectors and book How to Cute Htadacht. DARBYS A now remedy for headaches has been found by Dt. Haley, an Australian physician, who says that for somo years past ho has found minimum dos l A Artlrli for Unltrrsal es of iodido of potassium of great ecr family Uo. headache that is, a vico in frontal Inr Hmrltt and sfl Tnlioll I'tTtrii hoavy, dull headacho, situated over H Vwff. JIaaIjUI Diphtheria, flail tho brow, and accompanied by lanration, Ulrrratnl HjT&T.ATJTA I BoreThrnnt. Rinnll guor, chilliness and a feeling of generI'oi, Measles, anil al discomfort, with distasto for food, all Contagions llsen-- , FnsoiM waiting on has ftrtly Scarkt which sometimes approaches to nausea the 8kk ahnold o toIt spread nhcre ih Vtm was lluid known ncrtr used Yellow Ferer has bn cured with It after can Iks completely removed by a black rninlt liml taken place. 1h wont doso dissolved in a wincglassful cite of Diphtheria yield to It SMALT-POX KrTcrediMslrkfer. pons refreshed and and of water and this quietly sipped, tho llvil Sorr tirorcnt. riTTINU nf Small wholo quantity lieinc taken in about ril br bithlne wlih rox mr.VKNTKD ten minutes. In many cases, he adds, har.aless .nd purify. ' J,w" ' '".".'i. the effect of theso small doses has been rZS'7hto"1 " " i ' imnlv wonderful, as. for instance a r. aor. the home again tIn three ." rnaiaii person who a quarter of an hour be ChllbUIni, IMIe. Chatlnm. le. !""' . "a ."? I?'"" y w. joro was feeling most miserablo and re 11 I hdaiHlphU IllirumalKin cured rUimVI.Hr. Complex. fused nil food, wishing only for quietlona tccured or us ue. Hlilp Jfrrcr preremeu. ness, would now tako a good meal and To purity the I treat h, Diphtheria Clranaa the Tcetli, resume his wonted cheerfulness. If It can't be surpassed. Provonted. Catarrh rclieTcd and, this euro of Dr. Haley's is in reality cured. merit for the Kryalprlae. cured. a practical ono, ho will I Iu rne relieved Instantly. IThe phrstciint. her Fluid Terr discovery tho gratitude of suffering Hear prevented . Irantrv succcssmuyintneircas Wountlthealedrapidlr ment or Oiphtheriamillions. m An Antidote for Animal Greensboro. All. or Vegetable Poisons, After a cruiso of a few months in Tjtler dried tip. Stlncs,ett r prevented Pacific, a French I used the Fluid during Choli-the South purified and ourpresent affliction wild Ulcer healed was recently found to havo specibcarlet Fever wllh de It is Iaraeorilenl!ilt cUed advantage should be used about indispensable to the sick mens of living corals growing upon the corpse -- It will K interesting discovery room -- Wm Ala. Sandprevent any unpleasroup. Eyrie. her hull. Tho ant smell somo light on tho question has thrown The eminent Phy- alrlaii,.!. IScarlotFoverl MIMS. St.JtlAltlON of tho rapidity of growth of corals. II., New York, cays " I am Tho ovidence tends to show that the convinced 1'rof Darby wuroa. I'rofhrlarlk: Mukl is a m vessel, on passing a reef of the Gam-bien- a valuable disinfectant." islands, against which she rub-deUnlveralty, Nashville, Tenn. Vanderbilt I testify to the mo&t excellent qualities or Prof. had picked up a young fungia, Darby Prophylactic Fluid As a disinfectant and is and and deterrent toit any both theoretically whichpractically which adhered to tho sheathing, 1 am acpreparation with superior quainted. N. T LurroN, Prof. Chemistry of nino inches and grow to a diameter Darby l'lulil I Ilecoraraemled. by lion. Alixandu II. STsmem, nf Georgia; pounds a weight of two and one-hal- f Kcr, C'iias. F Onus, V.D., Church of the Strangers, N. Y.; Popular Science in nino weeks. loj. I.iCotrre, Columbia, Prof.,Unversity,S.C PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. I IIoiiM-lmli- WALL PAPER ! TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, -- I A.T- ln M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S Druggists nnd Booksellers, -Stanford, Ky Opora Honao Blook, iS? z ," .'" H. Stanford, G. - RUPLEY Kentucky, MKRCJIANT TAUtiOlt, rul-eil- man-of-wa- Groceries, Provisions. &c., AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 31. ST-AJNaTOISD., C. BRIGHT, Si. Asapli ISIoelr, --- KY., MM jjstjd lot ;VfFi iale i SITIAIBIIjIEI! :H:.A.:R:isr:Ess f8! shop. W f or twico-a-wec- k 3WBBB GOAL! salt-wate- Woiio-Paintin- A.;T. NUNNEIsIiElT, Stanford, Ky. A. OWSLEY & SON, Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- over-hangi- y Wooden and Willowwaro, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Fames, Traces, OPBBA IHIOTTSIEi BLOCK Ex-Go- dollars-an-hou- HEADQUARTERS W. H. HIGGINS Farming Implements, one-hor- P o Shelf Hardware, Iron, Spokes, Ilorso Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, e Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking Valley Corn Shelters, rump k S A Evans9 Corn Drills, Hand Corn Planters, I favorite of tho poor and only held In terror the dear little fellow Sunday afternoon by tho rich, tion whom he preyed All and 200 out of the 250 or 300 contested the these men would have been Marlborough dear Savior. It was amusing to see Ihe alor Wellingtons If the opportunity had come most terrified look of the old folk, a the to them; a It was, they were only outlaws. "little children" at Jesrts'etll. PHARMACISTS What a wall of piper between a hero and Tho meeting however are not held withrogue I in the sacred precincts of the chapel, hut rsALiis IS- Day before yeslenhy we took tea with a in Old Drill Hill, an abandoned room C' V " r DrugHs Books, &- -: U- Rcntlonnn urliotlrnil our meeting, and where the Middlesex Volunteer Rills Corps -.n V'rVlrlM but a wall between us and the spol where uel to meet. Il is n study little place, speciiWlintr. tho country has teen greater crimes 11KMOCK.ITIC TMCKKT, riitijtlsns' 'rrKil'tlmn accurately rompounJsd, wroto his "Ancient Mariner." holding nnt more than 150 people, down sn A terrific clap of thu roler occurred nt Coleridgo W TkV Jt.f 7 Ali not only condoned but npproved by Frankfort I lis villa was next door In u. FOR nOVIKHOK, A lillo fur- alley, with jBfmrrrsJt&J nll and hard vtslcnlar. Il struck a tree near P a. l.ll.lVflMllMijT"- HM. J proctor ksott, tho party which has hold continued the house of Mr. VA. Ytlsr, rendering ther down the street stand the house of benches nnd not at all Invllimt. I.Ike Ihe Of Marion. not fur generality id place lue.l in possession of tho Government for his whnln family unconscious, and as it I rclonCroin well's I V Ton twenty-twis reported, almost denuding a negro years. nm sorry tosay, both here nnd at home. of from IrxtWhitlingloti Stone, already I.prgtst Stock of Wnlt'lir-f)-, cjrr. J a mrs r. jiixiwax, In former teller. This gives EngWhen will chritinn talc a from A: .MUrmnrc. or Ail.lr. Cine ks, This moral to bo drawn from tho her clothing Il is a significant fact that whilst land her greatest charm. Every step one the dvll and make lb resorts for worship TO 1TT0RRKT IIINtKAt, .rr l.i..iwlil InlMimiiWI rrlers tsiwer than rogues is Maine nnd Missouri wrro admitted Into the tikes i over historic ground nnd one is invillnjr. aiidfhoetfiil? acquittal of tho Stnr-rou- to ' Urn Invest. Thedrinking shops Watches, '! and Jewelry IU. r. ir. hardix, I'Sired nn short notice and Warranted. that if a man can steal enough from Union In the same year, Milne with seven thrilled atevrry turn in meeting what has are ptlace of comfosl and luxury. Ilente OfMfrrrr. the Government to pay lawyers' fees, representatives in Congress and Mirsourl lrtji read about hut never realized. Mrs. they are thronged. And If men stupidly voi AUDITOR, lived at High-gat- excct that other men "in lhellrh," which FA YKTTR 1IKWKTT, s Sleerfnrth and Rosa Dartle suborn nowpapcrs, and pack tho jury with one, tho former now has four Of Hardin. and George has been trying to Identi- like comfort and Is not naturally inclined fourteen, and the latter ho can get off without punishment if red brick In which towards holy things, anyhow, will coin? lo FOR TSEUSl RKK, The soldier who have Ixnsn rconrlng fy the indicted for dishonesty. But ho must TATR, JAH EH ir. the mountains of Kentucky In search of these unfortunate women hid the ono her bully furnWhfd oorly light bo suro to steal nt least a million. For OfFranklln. smothered volcano cd and wanned little mission rhsprl and Profit and Morrison, tho remnant of Har- pride and the olher smaller offenses his prospects of tho nett' band, returned Wednesday without of ptsslouale love. One of tho most in- gosel halls to sll two hour on an minim roa amirritsor hkdofkick, joiix a. CKCir penitentiary aro good. having found them. Tho dcpcradocs evi- teresting things we have seen In London Is forlablo seal to heir n gnel that half the orrive. was preferable to tho original M 8 S of many of Dickens' time Is no gof pel or good news nt nil. I onis good news to tho boys but bad dently thought ! rOI ICrKalNTCHDRKT rUBLIO IHSTRt'CTIOlC, famous works. They are In the S. Ken- ly wonder any arc brought into the fold nl penitentiary for life. JOS. DKSltA. PICKRTT, fur tho country that tho St. Louis sington Museum. Thero Oliver Twisl, all. Ah, If It were not for the Imperative Thirty vessels belonging to a navy Of Partita. School Board has ordered that after that is tho or the wonder of the world arc to be The Old Curiosity Shop lie before you as outcry of nn awakened rOa JTiTK SENATE, aiUIITKKHTll DtSTalCT, Sept. 1, no corporal punishment shall sold by Chandler to the junk dealers who they came from the wondrous pen of ge- common jesrning of a ruined nature for si MAJ. F. P. JIIQKXV, or Oner. bo allowed in tho public schools of that shall bid tho highest for them. Eighteen nius. It Is like a look at the spring wheie Ihe God In who Image. Il onra wa made, Muilonl llin Very llt'Ht .Miilcrlnl, I1113 llm ,'liiiuiiiloii. Is England's there would be none saved. Hut these out roa RXPauKXTATlVB UMCOLK COUHTT, city. Many a school boy has been of the thirty are steam war ships and two the Missiodppi liovl. Il of the eighteen are ironclad and they cost slumo that such men a Dickens and cries and longings nyer-ridiryoii ? tint Hiis.MuhI Ilurahln Miicliltic, Imy IIit'CliHiiipIaii. even bodily JVDailT.F.UUJJR. ruined for life by n sparing of tho rod, Tfiackery niastil away without knighthood discomfort; only ten might b where one Is lTyoii uniil 11 Machine ulilvh litiM toii Rotitl M'nlco In UiIh In the aggregate $20,313,729. and wo expect to sco n sweet lot of The New Hampshire Legislature bal at least. Hut they wrote too plainly for now, If only the siinls were as "wise in coiiuly for "U'Jt,niiMM,ull'.cyHi-.- " Itnyllit; C'liHinploii. A dispatch from Washington to criminals graduate in thoFuturoGrcat ITj 011 Mimt (li NlroiigONi 11111I nl flit- - Niinitt tliiii lln MglirNt loted Wednesday for U, 8. Senator. Ewd that, I fear, and one can scarcely wonder their generation" n the children of earth tko effect that Col. Jones will run in lo Illuming mill IicMt hiiluiKMMl .Mitcliliic, Imy llm Ciiiiiiiploii. This from tho ulascow Timet is II. Rollins received 125, the highest vote if those who had the power to lift themtho in theirs. dependency for governor haa created ITyoii mint u .Iliit-IilnAll things considered, wa are gelling Unit 1 111 hurt erst himccmhI'iiII)- - every th-rlecitt for any of the six candidates, 1G5 be- the social position, declined to honor just what woweroabouttosay: "Nolh' further talk in this matter, and the ing necessary to a choice. Senator Rollins man who had satirized them. It is quite along well at Highgate. We get up by iintli-- r lln mow! 11111111 oriilile IcIretiiiiMluiM'ON, iug with n richer cream of humor is discouraged. Therein n strong inllucnce true however that neither knighthood nor (rain and back every night, reaching llio Champion. Covington Commonwealth puta a short ll than tho "Ordinary Conversations" of favoring baronetcy could lift such men. Only it Line by 1030 o'clock. Including II yon until 11 .llnrhliiR lor enllliit; Hurley, OiiIn, Uheiif, Patterson. to it by saying "Sometimo sinco stop tho Louisville Commercial is lloating Hint imy (wo homes 01111 pull, liny tho Light feulcr- Rerdell,who pleaded guilty to conspi- would hive lioDorwfthe country of their children, t tier have hron 231 confession in this paper upon the authority ot Col, among our exchanges. They are al racy with Horsey, Ilrady and other in the birth tnhavp thus recognized them Ihe one week of the Hireling's continuance. ('lit C'hnniploii Kenper. Jones himself, said he had no intenI think our good friend Mr. Win, Oreen, If Ihe brethren have grace and faith lo Ifyou .luiilu .Mouer Unit uIIIiIoroihI service in imy IH111I of affair, Wednesday appeared in ways cnjoyablo and their sometimes tion of running as an independent court at Washington and was discharged in whofC carriage we took Ihe alrlrg men- hold on, I believe Highgale will be moved KniMM or t'loter, huy Ihe i'hnniploii .vluuer. correct slnrtliuglv candidate. Bomo Kentucky demo tioned above, was rather dNgusted when af- as never before. nn( ti MiK'hlin; lolrliu 11 hetlj;e, huy Ihe ftew !Iiiihi Wtlhdiar love to those makes thorn nil tho mora rclishahlo." from custody, the Court remarking that ter taking into the heat points and show- "we left behind us," nnd still asking con- plon Mower, bo guilty of a conspiracratic papers, preferring to rely upon "One man can not , Louisvillo has ono minister to overy cy. The jury In acquitted the others and ing us some nf the loveliest scenery tinued and fervent, effectual prayers, Ever t'ltllou imfnrKitnilreiiillii-- iiuilier free, mill looU nl ourMn- the irresponsible Btatemonts ot anony Marie said rapturously: "O, papi, In Jesus, ehlnc.H, whether 3011 ulsli lo huy or not. Ihal is enough." Ofo. O Huisis ICrrspeelliilly, mous interviewers, have kept up a 200 houses; ono physician toovery 120, The springtide of emigration with it if as pretty as a Kentucky sort of guerrilla war on Col. Jones. ono lawyer to 80 and ono whisky or Really, it was no pretthoe going the golden-slip- i er route and landscape, isn't il?" In this they havo been unjust to Col. beer saloon to overy 30. "Tho Biirvi climbing the golden ttiira via the Callows-bur- g tier, for that i impossible; but 1 was on Jones without in any way aiding Mr. val of tho fittest" will bo no easy task DEPARTMENT. line, is imtnenre. The viler the crime the box with Ihe coachman and allected there tho unfit aro as much more the more beautiful the slippers, the more not to heir the obnoxious comparison brKnott." 11. WJ3HT, 13illttr. Western Recorder. brilliantly shining tho stairs and the more eaking him question. The "wholetruth" Commissioner of Internal Revo- - abundant. LANCASTER. may not be spokea, for all cannot"btar weirdly sweet the melodious echoes that nuo Evans is charged with dismissing -Tun King of Italy is reported as play along the corridors. Howling Green il;" and one can hardly expect an EnglishI expect to leave here very soon nnd THEfrom tho service tried and true men savinc: "I havo no ambition savo to Garotte. man to hear, with composure, his own be- will place all the account of Hemphill A to rnako room for his favorites and ho diminish Whereupon taxation." In the great Hinder trial near Lexing- loved island put second lo any place on Waldcn in the hands nf an officer for col lection that are not settled by July 1st. ton, tho Odborn was decided to be tho best earth, not to mention an out is catching thunder from nearly overy Watterson exclaims with glee, "anGeo. L, Waldcn. 3t" and the Mineapolis the second best of the spot like our own beloved Kentucky. quarter. It is also said that ho in other tariff for revenuo-only-m- an We have touched the outskirts, at least, Paint Lick. dozen or so machines represented. The tends to keep intact all the revenue heard from." A large croud attended the Herea Walter A. Wood agent sold a machine and of English elegance and refinement in this districts in this State, notwithstandA successful orchardist says that if got a certificate from Mr. Clay, the owner Highgate visit. We have l)cn permitted commencement, Wednesday. ing several could bo easily dispensed ho were to livo his lifo over again, he of the grain cut, that the Wood something more into two It is reported this morning that there -- ANDh hi i glimpse and with, so that uono of his Kentucky would trim his trees higher and pas- choice. Thousands of people witnessed beautiful homes where wealth and culture was one death and four new cjsc of small-ioto render everything attractive. combine friends will suffer. Evans is a very ture his orchards with sheep in placo the trials during the day. at Herea. Machine men are going lo and fro Eight old soldier of tho war of 1812 And I must say that o( all the places I small potato and it is not likely he of plowing or mulching. attended the annual reunion at l'aris yes- have yet been, the home of an English from houc to house like a honey bee from will be able to rise above his old prej Three factories in the United States terday. Dr. J. O. Churn, of Lexincton, gentleman is the most charming. Nothing flower lollowtr. udices and administer the affairs of I so Mr. J C. Rocker ha leaed Ihe half years old, was the youngest, affected or "stuck up." The courtesy consume nearly 2,000,000 eggs a year eighty-seve- n his office for the good of his country. easy aud wall bred that you fact at home interest In the flouring mill of Mr Hilly and Dr. C. C. Graham, of Louisville, aged in making the peculiar kind of paper the oldest. The olher were in five minutes. The elegantly furnished Smith, for three year. He ha full conThe bottom haa fallen clean out of used by photographers known as al ninety-ninRobert rooms, Ihe exquilte lawn, Ihe costly con- trol of the mill now and will run it to it Thomas Jones, Paris, nincly-one- ; sensation. The bumen paper. the .Enquirer-BurneCampbell, Winchester, ninety; Oilead Ev servatories, where exotic of fruit and full capacity. He talk of adding a cardwell- negro Direly, who was to become tho ing factory and grind wool a well as grain. Dr. I'er- - flower aro grown under glas, the ans, Nicholas county, eighty-nine- ; NOTEJS OF CURRENT EVENTS. served dinner are all so heartily placed at goat for Neal and Craft's infascapo Moore John We Here a little premature in our re rin, Cynthiana, eighty-nine- ; A. single cargo ot opium at San Fran S. M. Her- - Ihe disposal of the guests, that one almost Krl of Ihe anticipated wedding; it lurnrd mous crimes, proved an indisputable son, Mt. Sterling, eighty-eight- ; cisco was valued at $075,000. forget tho visiting in the "home" feeling out to be nn elopement. Mr. Hiatt, Ihe . ry, Scott county, alibi and ho was discharged. BurThe number of deaths by the Sunderof n hearty welcome. The children of an father of Ihe young lady came down Mon nett who is the hireling of tho friends land, England, disaster his reached 202. afday, and with other relative tried to per FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE English household are lovely in their Fourteen young men, including one of these fiends, has been shown up in fectionate deference to their parents quite auade her that she hid better wil awhile, his true character, and if he ever sets from Turkey, were awarded diplomas as TJII3 different from tho "Young America" witli but she would not hear to ihcm They 102 SitACKr.r.wKt.i. Lank, "I whom I was so familiar. Ephraim pre' saw that she was determined, and then foot at cither Ashland or Catlettsburg Doctors of Medicine at the Yloepilal College, Louisville, Wednesday. Daijston, London, K. June 2J, 'S3 serves Ihe patriarchal feature of the home- - concluded lo force her into measure. A hereafter, a coat of tar uud feathers Ten suit, for from $0,000 to $20,000 Dear Interior: hold more than Manarseh, which indeed guard was stationed around Ihe house and will be giv- damages, have been brought against the and perhaps a rope cravat Who has not sighed for Ihal unat- might have been expected. I must try, in wa Impossible, en him by the generous but indignant New York and Brooklyn Ilridge Company tainable condiliou on earth, when we could comparing the two countries, not odiously, it wa thought that but next morning rthout daylight she Ih to proi'iirc get letters constantly, without the bore of but incidentally, to remember always that citizens. en account of the recent disaster. caught the guards napping and skipped out Joe Young, who was hanged at Rich- answering them? the one pride herself on The killing of Town Marshal Freo with her beloved to parts unknown. May I gently prictc the consciences of mond, Ark , June 1, came to lifo after the Con man at Versailles by the Brown boys "he-i- ll had turned hi body over to his some of my friends by reminding them that and the other on Eicited Thoutands servatism and push will explain nearly all was from all accounts a deliberately friends as dead and ho ia still Urine. they owe me "ever so many" letters, and the difference that exists between these Alt orer tho UnJ arc going Into eritair ortr Dr. Tlitlr planned murder. They had an old The chief buaine&i of the Chicago spec- that I will compound with them and give chip of the same block. An English gen King's New IMvoTirr for ainiuuifllon unlocked fur recoTery .y the timely uw of tUU feud against. him and under tho guise ulators just now seem to be wrecking each a full receipt to date if they will sit down tleman I especially proud of bis lawn aud great remedy ciutn thea tu ( nearly and write one nice, long letter In reply to ht horse. And really both are generally wlMla lllralM. It It guaranteed to other. The people will look on Impartiallllt-lof drunkenness carried out their Coughs, Culdi, Aitliius, Hay Fever, of killing him. We do not ly, caring little which ship goes under my man j? ''While earth remainelh," even exquisite in beauty. Peaches and plums cura torero I!roochltli,l!oar'nes,LoMof Voice, or any aOeo first. love looks for some yuM pro quo. are grown under irlaaa, as also grapes. We ttoncftbeTliriulaiid I.ungk Trial Bottle free believo in mob justico, but when an The jury found John Daroy guilty in "O, but your letter are printed!" Yes, saw fruits of all three at our at IVnujr A UcAlliter'a brugHtore. Largilif,ll. officer of tho law is shot down in cold the libel suit at New York of August Bel- but not by me. I toiled at the i for you, friends' hour, and what seemed very fun blood while iu tho dischargo of his du mont against the editor of the Irislt Ration, honest, painstaking toil, that love turned ny to us, s dangling from the LAaCAYTKIl ABVI ItTISKMKXTS. ty, tho quickest and surest punishment and sentenced him to CO days in the peni- into pleasure when I thought of the dear frames supporting the vlnesover our heads, 1J. P. WAIiTEIt. eye that would read the lines. Ah, how we walked through the ought to bo inflicted on tho guilty tentiary. O.Q. Lynold convinced his brother many face rife before me whenever I sit ai .Mr. flreen lis an orthodox Scotch gardenscoundrels LANCABTF.lt, KV. Krnatlhat he ought to cell his farm at down to write. How often I say to myself: Office arer CHI win National Hank. Ottlfo hours er, who did us the honor to come lo the Mich., and go West. Arriving at " will smile to read this;" or"! know meeting. front 8 to It a. h. and froi.i I to ft r. u. is not often that the ugly woman When asked how he liked the will think of that." Well, If ia in demand, but ono is wanted iu MiUaukeo he mado Ernst drunk aud tak- what BAM M. UUHDETT, sermon, he went over the difi'srent olnt hia pocket, eloped with his this gentle reminder bring any rcipoiues, he approved.until he came to my exposition At T..A.W, Jessamine county. The Lexington Ga- ing $0,000 from wife. LANUAirrnii, ky. all right. If not, still it Is nil right. I will when ho said: "Ab,sir,there in zelle says : "There is a echool-hou- so The Illinois Legislature passed a com- keep on. Will practice In (larranl aul siUolnlocrouollii 1131-- jl J the moil rambled a bill" After I had look- snd Court o!AiMts. thoedgo of Jcesamino that can't keep a pulsory education bill. This is the fourHighgate, where we are preaching and ed I told Mr. over garden and U. KAUFFMAN, II. teacher. Every young lady who goes teenth Slate to recognize that if all the singing, is n very old suburb of London. " Oreen to say to Ihe good Scot that I had A.t J.iA.AV, there slays but a short time, and then children are to be educated veiy many of And It has always been a favorite one, on LANCAHTEIt, KY. "rambling" In all his them must be brought Into the schools by account of the exceptional beauty of it po- not detected a sign of Commissioner (itrrird Circuit Court. Will gels married and goes off. If there compulsion. excellent work, which tickled him auiaz Mailer adjoining practice all the Courts or (larranl sition, ISO feet above the level of the ingtr, though ho blushed to the tip of his tountlc In In tba Court of Aweals. and and is a lady qualified to teach, mortally Senator Wade Hampton in hi oration Thames, with a ground surface almost a ugly and too old to marry, she can get at the unveiling of the monument to the car, too. romantically broken a that of Norwich of Mr. Wm. Piper's villa, Froru the a permanent situation by applying to Confederate dead in Camden, S. C, said "Rose of New England" air pure and In beautifully back by the casing of the framed the Confederate wcro neither rebels nor vigorating; tho gieat stretch of Hiuislcid tho Trustees of that school." one looks out upon as pretty a traitors, but one of the contesting parties Heath just beyond it, now by act of t view as the eyes could ask to feast upon. democrats in Ohio aro engaged in a great ctvil war. The never to be built over, but remain The village of HampUead In the distance, weeds in raakisg a nominee for governor. A baloonist, E. L. Stewart by rlame, one of London's breathing place for ever; with tho graceful tower of Mr. Hickeratcth's hot-ai- r The, fight fa a three cornered one, made an assension In an It Is no wonder that Highgate should be a church (many know him a the author of baloon at Fayette, Mo. At a height of favorite resort of wealthy people as it is. Iloadley, Ward and Geddes standing and Forevtho poem, "Yesterday, order named, as to chances. It about 2,000 feet the balloon burst and the Mis Uurdetle Courts, now Mrs. Aihmead er.") rl'ini; I" the centre; Lord Mansfield's in the aeronant fell into a stream and disappear Hartlett, has a vllU there; and retired mer park to the right and purt of lUmpslead is nredicted that Iloadley will bo ed. Ills body was afterward recovered. chant and tradesmen have elegant places Heath to tho left; altogether a very lovely nominated. Ho is decidedly tho best bold and almost siiccrmful attempt by tho A Bcore. The Ivirl of Mansfield has a landscape. Mr. I. I very proud nf hi aud most available mun. to excape fiom jail was made at Richmond grand estato on the edge of Highgate, once grand beeches, of which he haa half a dozWilli this week. A prisoner named Ilullock filed In his sermon Sunday, Dr. Tal- - his way out of the cell with a saw made tho properly of Lardtleorge Gordon, of Ike en or more prodigious old fellow on his "No Popery" riots, made familiar to many place, many centuries old. mage mado tho startling statement of a corset spring, and seizing a shotgun reader of Hsrnaby Rudge, who never Highgate I In the "valthat there are 250,000 peoplo in New which was lying on a bed in the oflice, would have dug the dry detail out of a Our meeting at of all till gentility and ley and shadow" one-liors- e York and Brooklyn who depend upon made a break for the door. The jailer dry history. We rode by thu house where luxury. The dear men who Invited me contributions, principally, managed to clinch with him, however, and Lord (leorge lived, a we were taking an there are really good men, hut the whole charitable two-hors- e airing day before yesterday, and marked place is ho frigid aud stiff wilh genteel for a living. London with her 1,000,. held him till help arrived. A man who had followed begging for 000,000 population has only 100,- - a living died in Cincinnati I his week and the very spot, down a tequisUred lane, surrounding that a good, rattling meeting where the Conspirator ilaed to assemble ou seems Impossible. Rowlan Hill, who preach000 paupers. when au examination of liU garret was hi grounds. ed there a good deal In day of yore, used DBTST Fhank Jamus is gettiiij all tho made money was found hidden In every Hampstead Heath, a all know, was one tosay that "if the angel Gabriel were to conceivable place, $219.20 in allver, $250 of Dick Turpin' favoriteitamplng grounds benefits ot the law's delay. His trial come down and preach, he couldn't move In greenbacks, $370 was found on his per and "Dick Turpin' Oak," where he ooce Highgate." It Is a atlfT old called at Gallatin, Mo., Tuesday was son. $800 In boudtand papers found shows place, to be sure, but just because It has postponed till August 7th. Between that be owned properly In Minnesota, hid when pursued by a sherlfl' pome, still In I.tiiioHMlerHl tho ' stands, while a publio house, callrd the remained so long unmoved, I believe there and the juries, this bold Wisconsin aud th city of New Orleaus, the Governor hi favorite is a prospect of a shaking among the dry "lilack Hess," marks ono of outlaw and murderer stands a good The Soldiers' Home estate, at Wash haunt and keep alivo the memory of lb bone, which indeed are very dry, COO GROCERY," ington, covers 602 acres. There are ibow ot getting free of his crimes. gallant beast he rode. A portrait of the Sunday afternoon, a the dear LORD "ENTERPRISE Inmates, with 1C0 out pensioners, who get mare adorns the front window. The fact would have it, my good Iiro. Piper hazird-o- d The country newspaper now speaks $8 a mouth. The reveuue Is about $1G0,- - Is, though LANCASTKH, KY. the man wa hung fur hi crimes, a good deal in turning ua loose among a who has put a now pair 000 a year, derived la part from $100,000 he is a great favorlto with the eople, great of the hi Sunday school children. He I Superof hinges oa his gate and set out a levied by (Jen, Scott on the City of Mexico and small, aud the spot where his feats intendent of an orthodox Congregational fire guerillas , lilac bwb ia his front yard as "mak-le- for having periultled from a fee ,to 12) on were performed aro carefully marked and belonging to a stiff organ! of cts. American troop and extewive improvements about his a month deducted from the pay of all sol- preserved. He was, like Robin Hood In I utIou that stands sloof from evangtlistlo l'roirltoii. earlier time, or Rob Roy, of Scotland, a I "excitement." However, we got access to dier In the army Boston Transcript. resWesce." Sinu-ftllhtftl- Tho Mississippi U experiencing Its third flood this yr.tr. At Helena, Arte., the Secretary of the republican National growing crop in the bottom country have been snlmitrgctl and much damsge Is BOT.A.lirFOI&D, 2ZST. Commiltco and all the other defend threatened. Arthur If. Mane, cisliicr and head Juno 22, 1883 ants aro republicans. Thoy wcro prosFriday Morning, ecuted by a republican administrafor Dm MaaMchmrtU Loan EDITOR tion, tried by a republican Judge, nnd and Trtul Company, at Huston, has W. P. WALTON. to enihr ailing $41,000 He spent it acquitted by n republican jury. But g Dorskv 3nitrior$QurRaI thiovej, be always remembered, it the Chief of tho Star roulo Is rmm&WMmtex m )'' -- book-keep- con-feve- d while-wnhe- d rrv I -' nnd Fancy Artiolos. Stationery "Mt v.2X le-s- H&S&&S&w rj' e, mem-Iter- bidly-lornte- hr A FEW FACTS For Farmers It leg-ba- e, If You Want Reaping or Mownig'Macl.i.io e c ly froM, luy Shack-lewe- orClotcr lliu Star-rout- e Irjon Iinag-iniblc- Hlue-Gra- s Garrard County ltOItT. WilimEItf CO. QUICKEST CHEAPEST WAY TO GLEAN x tt eighty-seven- "PRAISE TOItD" WEEDY CORN rcie llfe-uti- A Kalamazoo or Albion Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator. half-grow- jk-i- musk-melon- green-houee- HUUaiiON D13NTIHT, A'H'OltNUV Men-ome- c, It 1 grcen-houm- A'IvrllNBV l'arli-men- Landreths One Man. and One Horse, With tl.u onohorso Cultivator, can thoroughly clean out of live acres of corn nor day. llio klissr.vr Cultivator, Cultivator, - To-da- itals One Mian and Two Horses. the Sulkoy Harrow and Cultivator, can clean len acres of corn nor day. In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of Price of Price of - - $10 $40 FURNITURE DF'OIEt. &AJILmJ1 gospel-hardene- d GEO. D. WEAKEN, S0DANFOK1I, ICY., g Sunday-school- GEO.D.BUltDKTT&CO., W, La Withers, Lancaster, Ky,. R. H, Wearcn, Richmond, Ky, Green & Williams, Hustonville, Ky,. z SADI.r.n'n grain crtdle at Vf. If. lllg-!'- . RELIGIOUS. . 8jUAnK itAIM for aalo cheap, at Ilrlgbl'. am i. If. 0. Friday Mornlnp, A -. . Juno 22, 1883 W. H. lUgRini for your grain rteflhrx, h fork i, Ac. Oo to n. J, N LOCAL TIME CARD. Houlh Hnuih Mall friln gain; Horth train- - Kipre Noili.... L0CALNOTICES. II i IWr.H. MAM . I 15 p. .tfl.atlf.mirlghl'a. M. IrKcurAHMta, Jelly rUmc, fruit jam, , M. IlKHimT atoek of fruit jam in lown at W. II. If itrrrlnta and at Imllntu nrlrc. Com k and ee the latest design In China (Htm anil Qmeenawarent Il.CIIrlght'a. " McAllater. Nick slojk of birthday o.ir.la at 1'ennj A Fob Kai.k. A hindsome residence. McAllaterV Will Mil viry cheapl W. Cralff, Stanford. HrAMtuni) rrail iiilr.nl paint t Mc D.m'r forget to buy good of lMntlalon KilxrtK A Hups'. A Owaley. The give a hand-om- e Am. tlift color of Diamoml Dc nt plcluro A HUrk'k. with each bill of $1. (Ir.NOiNr 11, !'. (Iravely luliaceo itt A Hkkk'm. Hiiucr, W'AlilirN A Co. are handling the JtH. 11a An Uog Cliuler. Cure. l'ennjr Oitniplon Itetpera nnd Mo wen thla year. A McAllater solo agent. (Jail and eitmine their machlnen. Watch w, Clock a and Jewelry repaired I I'lnKllAMTON luck from tho rlliea ml warranted bjr Penny A McAlNter. (itr jour Hoda Wilier, lea mM and with a complete n line of harneM and from the new fountain of 1'rnnjr A a ever rcen In Stanford. Call and ilcAllaler. . ree liiin. A aad-dle- Ilur Paint nf lVnny ' PERSONAL. Mrs. K. JUDuunsihr la ipiilg aick, Miss Sue Uklu In Yisllinjrln r. Lint-aste- MlM Ammik McKimnry ! wllli rela-lir- e Tiik great riiah of the lial three inonlha In the country. MlM Y.IMK Hahiiij It with friend In haa aomewhat suhaMetl and I ran now serve on abort nollco any who may want the 1'alnt Lick neighborhood. Mm. Maitr Kav left jeslenlajr to anjlliipj; (n mvjtnc II C. Itupley. visit relative In New Orleans. IrS.tl.K l)r J II Owaley haa pur-clitsof It. C. Warren, J!q , thojot late-l- y MlM Ha U.IK Dt'NNV, of Garrard, la purchaseil hf him of Mr. Mary Ixigan, the guest of the Mtwes) (Irluira, Mr. IH.nni A.HilANAHAN contract- for $1,000. The Dr. will remove the house or on the K. U. It. II. was here Wednesday. in which he now Uvea to thi lot and build Misn Minnii: McKuiov and Kettle a line brick house In ila alrad. I.yle, of Lelimon, are the kucsi of Mr. I liniM. HriiiwH. Mr. H M. Peacock, a H. McKlroy. Ltncaater mtn, haa charge of thi famous Mil. (I. T. (VIJiivan, Depot Agent at resort of health and pleasure, thi season, Livingston, wm here yesterday nnd gtsitua whirh la proof that It will be kept In Item. splendid style. See hi "ad" In another Mist AriMlK Ham la tery luw at Crib column and write lo him for particulars. Orchard. Her father, Dr. Hoott, wa telegraphed for Wednesday. YnrrFiiiiAY IwoyounRsouIa from a in Mcmim. W. J.dil.l.lTiK and A. It. glou not remote from Stanford mado the Uun, of Oarranl, look Ilia train here for change from a state of "single blrssednrsa for a rharacterialio April day. A doxrn or more good ahowrrafell, winding up la the afternoon with a heavy rain, YiMTKiiiiAY would htve paved There are 15,100 Episcopalians In the Slate, 2..T00 of whom are in Louisville Iter. I. S. McF.lroy left yeaterday lo hold a protracted meeting at I'erryvlll. Iter. II. A, Ditve will preach at the e Sunday al 11 o'clock ltev. J. M. Ilruce will preach at I'rovidsnrp. The latest move ngalnat tho "Iter." (lould and hi Lieutenants, I a s.ilt for $1,000 iltmtgei Instituted by the old d protcher, whom Ihey so cowardly kicked and culled. ltev, If. C. Morrison, d by Iter. J. K Wright, of Georgetown, i holding n protracteil meeting at ltrighl'a School house. No ailillltom yet, hut much interest manifested. Mr. Morrison will preach at hi usual ipwilntment S'inday. At Ihe Southern Methodist church In thi city laat Stbhalh, a most remarkablo ight was witnessed, that of two brothers, both octogenarians, occupying the pulpit together. Illahop Kavanitmh I In hi 82d yetr ami hi brother, Dr. ilen. T. Kavan augli, nearly 80. At 11 o'clock in the morning the Iliahop protchel n termon of wonderful lower nnd In the evening Ihe doctor preached a moat admirable ills course, r'ucli event seldom occur In one a life lime- - Clark County Democrat. - The Sunday School Convention at Crab Orfhard was very largely attended ami the exercise were very enjoyable. The following trrolutlon was offered and adopted by tho convention: Ilttolml, That Hoard In we aptmint n Sunday school Tale Cieek Association, consisting of Hrcthren J. M. Hrtire, II. T. Dinlel, John (1 I'nnd, J. Speed l, Smith and D. A and tint we reipieal them lo employ ml a saon ns possible, a Sunday-schoo- l sionary ami colporteur lo labor in our Court-lfouscol-nreaaai-teChe-mul- bound. "Without Scrip or I'urse, or the Mountain i:vangeliat,(leo. O. Harnea," i Ihe title or Mr. W. T. Trice's new b k, for which the admirer of that good man have lolled for with much impiticnca, and it is now rrtdy for delivery. It ia a handsomely Imund voliimo nf 031 pagea and besides of the several pagf-- a nf or simife Illlde used by flie rvangrlisl, there la a splendid steel engraving of him, agool picture of Mi-- a Marie and the plan of Lya-Irthe vanished city. Heginning witli a history of his immediate ancestors, Ihe author follows Mr. Harnea from childhood, boyhood and young manhood to the pre ent lime and a more interesting and enter tatning story could hardly bo Imagined. Hit misdoiisry work of seven years In In dia, with copious extracts from his diary, hi pastorate at Stanford, life nt Pink Cottage, evangelittng In the mountains, with a daily record kept by him of the latter, are all treated with a master pen and the vol ume will Ixi appreciated not only by the followers of Mr Harnea, but by all wha love to read of tho self sacrifice and earnest devotion of a man who has given himself up entirely lo llio service of hla Master. The book will be sold entirely by subscription nt $3 50 A ropy can be seen at this olfice where subscriptions can be left imlll further notice. a, Knoirille Tuesday night. . Du.J. A Wlf.I.lAW and wife, of left Wednesday for Jackahoro, Tenn,, where llio Dr. will likely locale. Ml) Huiik Ykahfji went down to Lebanon to attend the wedding yesterday, which doublter a brilliant affair. M ijuiw. f, V. Clivrxa and J. II. l'ai-to- n of the notahlo clas of 79 attended the Commencement exercise at Central University. Mr, (liven la now a prosperous larmerof Ibjle oounly, while Mr 14x1011 ! a prominent member of the Stanford bar, having gained for hlmaelf llio reputa tlon of being tho finest divorce, lawyer in Thi latter clause, howeTer, llie pail Klttrit. Kliie Logan, son ol Mr Hugh thy Uigan, of Hiiatonville, wa killed by the did,uot ctuee llnj young ladle to Richmond ltegiater. of 'him. North bound freight three mile thi side of Lebanon, TueIty night. He was about LOCAL HaJtERS. 2fi yeiraof aze anj had recently married Fly Fans at W. II. II.Kgin.'. a Mia Harbison of Mitcliell'burg, wliithtr Ida remain were brought yesterday for New I'otatoim at II. 0. might'-burial We learn from n railroad man that TlIK beat lime la at V. II. Hlgglns'. Ixgau got on the trtin at Lebanon and he bared In such a manner that the conductor MlLt.irr seed for sate. W. T.Clrten. alter rccated remonstiancea, had to put Ice cur.AM and rako at all hours at 8. 8. him oiTand nothing further was beard or Myers.'. seen nf him till aficr the freight train pis KnUIT Jaraand Can at Ilruct, Warren ed and hi dead body was found. It was A CuV fiarfuly mangled and scattered In every diA (l rol 1'iano lor salo apply to Dr. T. rection. In the weed tome dlatarce ofT I). MonlKomciy, Slanford. wsa found one of the unfortunate man's 1'nuir Jans, any atyleyou want and low- lung A little further on a piece of bone was found driven into the side nf a cro-tler than anybody at II. C. might'. with such force us to split the solid oak. Klruant new design in I'icture Frame Thi seem almost incredible, but a num and Cornice Moulding at II. K. Wearen' ber of men saw It, and several tried In vain to pull out the bone. Still further on tho CllAWl'loN lteaptr am1 Mower repair of dead man's heart wii found in Ihe centre ererr descrliillon at Uruce, Warren & of the track. Hi brain wire scattered Co.' along the track from tho cattle guard to An election of fife director for the the point, twenty yard away, where Ida will Ims hed the lat Tuelay In body was found. The skull was broken, July. the upper part of the cheat torn open, Ihe t AB1.CONH llANIiCbauipIon Twine Ililid-e- r breadhone protruding and one leg Mow foraale at a bargain Lr the kneo nearlv all gone. The brain and in good Cleo. I). Wearen. viscera were nearly all out. " Tiikiiu are 1,237 white and 1,311 colorDEATHS ed children in thi county within the Mr, Mason Jennings, a farmer and chuol age, 0 to SO, trader, who lived near Milledgville, died TlIK nrgrurVolt Jonee,wliniitabbed Sam Tntsday of fever. Cobb, hai beon lodged la jtll t await the uarriaFes. reault of tho wound, which, it I thnusht Mia Maggie Dunn, of Kichinon I, a will he fatal. froiuent visitor here, I lo be married H. 8. MveiM keep the nice I nxortinent Mr. Harry Sims. of plain nud fancy cendiea that can be June 2Sth, to Mr. Kmicli Harnett, of Cine, and Mis found in town; ha Iuih in auiall (juantiliea Mary IMxt Floyd, daughter of John T, and alway ha them freah. Floyd, of thi county, were married yesTlIK telephone wiro from Stanford to terday. Miss Alice Llvlngstono has oompio-misc- d Lancaater la at laat up and Mr. W. It. Wilher famous $70,000 breach of prom, liam", the telephone expert, will put In ise suit against Henry Fleming, at New the Instrument thi alternoon and conve York, for llo.OOO. will begin. It wa reported here ytaterday thut A PiRNIO for the benefit of tho colored Mr. Alvah 1'iillin und MIh Kmma Swope, bo held llapllat church of Stanford, will lalu Mr. Montgomery, were married at In the Itochealer grove on the I ill of Julr. I'alnt Llik this vtcek. said that Mr. Fry, Aabtiry, Bradley, Denny, Gentry and 1'ulliuH had designs In that direction beother are to apeak. fore the lady's first maniage The following camo over the wire HudTONVIU.U U to liaro a stock fair on the US, 'JO and 'J7 of July. The premium from McKlnuey last evening; Mr. A. S. d list it a liberal one and aa our Went Knd llortou and Misa Kettle Duncan were at Mr. J. M. llrown'a thla morning by neighbor rierer do anything by halve, a ucceaful and Inlurontlug exhibition I Kid. Win, tloyd, The happy couplu left Immediately fot some point in the ltocky KUarnntttd. they can breathe the Mil. 1). W. VandkVKKU akri tlial the Mountains, where btluiy xephjra of the "Sweet member of the railroad committee call at At t o'clock Wednesday afternoon, lit hi store and pay the $1 each agreed upon Kipli.t church at Hiittouville, Mr. to pay for taking the right of way thro' the Thomas (1. Nunnclley and Mis Lu.le the county. Col, Uocheater ha finished Hille were united in Ihe holy bond of hi work and ho ahould have hi money. matrimony, ltev. Coleman pronouncing Tiik school taught by Mis Jennie Car tho word that bound their lives and heart xnter closed Wednesday, when aha treated together. The attendants were Mr. W, M. her scholar to a nice supper at the Car Ilright and Mr. Itichel Hide, Judge T. 1'. penter House. The Valley Cornel Hand, Hill, Jr., and Misa Mattle Nunnelley. The always ready on audi occaaion, furnished bride, who la the very pretty and attractaomt good inuslo and were royally enter ive daughter of Mr. (1. W. Uille, was very handsomely d reined and we are told look talned. This Concert at McKlnuey la fixed for ed unusually lovely. Mr. Nunnelley Is a will do hi best the evening of July 20th. Ue.tde the worthy young farmer and home talent, Mis Lucie ltagland, a fine to tuako the married life so aunplcloualy musician of Owlngtvllle, and Mr. Judge begun, a happy as their most ranguine l'blllp-- , of Stanford, will amitt u tololit dreams depict It. From tho church the and acojuipaniU. (ieorgo Ilro. Hiring Hand pair and a number of their frit nd repaired enwill aUo be on hand. A the proceed are to to the home of Mr. Lee Nunuelley to joy the good cheer and parlako of Ihe good purchaa an organ (or the church, the ought and no doubt will bo things that had been prepared by a loving father and mother. patrouixed. iberally e afler-ward fij-. m lo that of double cuaaedne," aa a young lady expresses It. From lime immemorial it ha been the custom to take a bridal lour, and In accordance therewith they came through lown, slopping long enough to purchase 25o worth of "reasona," peanut and ginger cakes, afler which they proceed.d on their journey to Hall's. Well, to spend the remainder of the day beneath the spreading branches of the beautiful shade trees adjacent to that watering-placKxpensniof trip, including license, $1 75 Sensiblo people! We have known mtny n fcol to sfH'nd hisall on a wrddlng tour and then sutler for the necessaries of life LAND. STOCK AND CROP. ' I e relr hi mar-ris- T. II. Montgomery has a lot ot thoroughbred bull calves lor sale. Pure bred Little Yorkshire boar pigs for sale. W. J. (iillispie, Lowell(Ky..1t At the Ml. Sterling court Monday 60- odd yoke of steers were sold at $75 to $133; 100 mountain sheep sold at $2 12 r head There has been another break in Ihe Chicago wheat market, June dropped to 1 001, July wheat to 1 0C and August to 108J. It was said here yesterday that Mr. J . Lcn. Ilruce, of Hoyle, bad sold hi fine 300- acre farm lo Ihe Oatta Hro., of Wayne, for $100 er acre. Hon, O. A. Lackey haa a thorough bred Durham heifer that haa gained 100 lbs. in two days less than two months, without extra feeding. Su saya Spears Fisher. Dr. T. It. Montgomery sold to the Messrs. Lampion, of Laltueand Hart, a bull calf for $55, a heifer calf for $00 and 1 Southdown ewca at 12 He also sold lo (I. A. Lackey a bull calf for $00. Measr.Simtu,Mattingly A Co. bought in Scott, Woodford and Franklin counties 15 head of mule 1C hand high, from 3 lo 0 year old al an average of $150 per Lebanon Standard. head. Ono hundred and fifty the property of the Hamilton, Senator William and Corwiu Anderson and valued at $iO0,OO0 wero shipped from MUSterling Wednesday to Chicago, where they will be sold June 27 and 20. Lewellen Lukoand Hud Oano bought of Tlioa. I ledger 53 fat cattle at 5 and G. I'liey expect a heavy loa. John II. Hell sold to (leo, 1'ugli 8 hoa averaging 230 iounds at Go per pound und to John M. (larth a carload of hemp, delivered in Georgetown, at $5 15, Georgetown Times. Cincinnati Cattle are dull and lower. Common 2 to 3; good to choice butcher I to 5 Co; common to choice shipI to 6. per I toll; stockera and feeder Hog are In more active demand al prices ranging from 6 fot common to 0 10. Sheep are In demand at 3 to CJ; stock do. cne 3 to 3. Lamb wethers 3) to are active at I to 0 cent. (iKOiuitrrowNCotlllT Three hundred cuttle nu rule and price rangiug from $1 60 t)$5l7J percwt;21 head of about 1,000 pound weight sold at $V) per head; 2J head, averaging 1,100 pounds, brought $5. 17; one bunch of yearlings $d I per head, about 5s per lb ; one lot of calves at $20; cows and heifers at 3) to tc; horses In cood demand at from $75 to $12r. No mules on tho market. Dr. short-horn- The gentlemen's Lillian! Club of Danville, ha moved it tables to the north-rooon the first floor of the Clemens Home, on lib street, ft I so "odd" that Ihe town authorities have such an antipathy lo bllllnrj and persistently refuse lo Hrenso hotel keepers and others to keep public table. The game of billiards is jut as harnile a croquet nnd I no more of a gambling game, while It Is one very nmrh enjoyed by many gentlemen who have a leisure hour to spend and wliodo not care to go lo the expense of a private lable. For some time past many Danville men and boys litre been popping away with target guns at English sparrows and other object on the public streets and other places, and many predictions have been made that something serious would retult from such carelessness, and sure enough on Tuesday evening 11. Flanntgan shot Wand Johnson in the neck with a 22 cartridge from nnenf these "vile guns." The shooting was accidental, but tho hurling wss all Ihe same na though it had been premeditated. Dr. J. C. Hogle probed for the ball but was unable lo find It. Hon. A. (1. Talbolt, democratic nomi nee forrcprctcnlatlvo in the next legislature, has n j opioailion up Ihe present time and It la thought will havo none. He Is the candidate of the Hoyle county democ racy, and if elected will legtilate for Ihe whole people, and not for any faction in or out of his parly. Hi friends believing litis, will give him n united support and his op(Knenl knowing their man, will be careful how they risk one of their number to almost certain detent. Many of those who regard hi election sure, are already discussing the propriety of placing him In the Speaker's chair, and others mention him enthusiastic!! fas a suitable successor toden. John S. Williams In tho United State Senate. Mr Talbolt' ability and varied experience in public n (Talis emi nently fit him for any position to which he may be railed. The festivities of Centre College which have been going on part of last week, and all of prevent time will close today (Thursday) according to the following programme, plentifully insterspersed with music nnd prayer: Disquisition, (leo. Hauscr Harbour, Falmouth, Ry. Subject, The Ministration of Fact; Dissertation, Denj. F. Hlakeman, Danville-Subje- ct, The future of our Hepublic; Disquisition, John Cowan, Danville Subject, The lato civil strifr; Dissertation, Qeorge C. Coles, Duller Station Subject, Works of Age; Oration, Hugh C. Grant, rmcastle, Va. Subject, A Man's Character ia what he is; His Itep- utation not as people think; Dissertation, Clarence McAlister, Bethel Subject, A Dream of Genius; Astronomic Oration, L. S McKee.Dauville Subject, 1830, Groom- bridge; Dissertation, James L. McKee, Danville Subject, Legacies of tho l'asl; o Disquisition, Charles W. Metcalfe, Subject, There never lived a Nation yet, could rule another well; Orttion, Worden 1. Nicholas, Louisville Subject, God in History; Oration, Itobt. L. l'ul-laShelby City Subject, Power of Expression; Oration; M. K. Itandolph, DanvilleSubject, Onward; Oration Subject, Where is a proud Modesty is Meril; Dis quiailion, Peter G. Smoot, Slack, Ky Subject, Moral Influence of the Drama; Dissertation, Theodore Tunis, Danville, Subject, The Dignity of Labor; Dissertation, Union Worthington, Danville, Sub Joseph W. Bell, ject, Shelby ville, Subject, One Hundred Years Hence; Speed S. Fry, Danville, Subject, Jerk when you gel a Bite; Valedictory, John Hurgin, Hurgin, Ky, Confering of Degrees by the President; Uenediction. The final wind up will be a bouquet given by the ladies ol the 2d Presbyterian church to the Alumni of the College. This will begin al 3 o'clock. The fete will be enlivened by responses to toaats. thi-yi- p 1 e Nicho-laavillSilence-Scientifi- Virginia and West Virginia, where a summer can be spent as pleasantly as anywhere In the world. I took particular notice of tho crops along our line of travel, and muat say thai, a n general thing, they are looking very badly. Corn and oats are backward and wheat Is thin and doesn't promise over of a crop. The harvesting of the latter crop commenced In thi section laat week. Heavy rain have fallen In this and other parts of the State and the drouth, which wss getting to be serious, has been broken, and planters of tobacco have had a good season for their work, Itichmond la having a decided "boom" In building at present. All over the city fine and beautiful residences, large tenement houses, manufactories and public buildings are being erected, and the city's tKipulation is thought to have Increased seven or eight thousand since the Inst census was taken. New water works have been built in the last year or two at the cost of many hundred thousand dollars, but juJging from the water we are now ming, (almost as muddy a muddy can be,) they havo not yet supplied llio long fell want of clear water afler heavy rains I would give an extended description of this city if the editor had not done so quile recently while on n trip here. I was pleased to make Ihe acquaintance in Lotiuvllle of Mr. W. K Arnold, cily agent of the C A. () It. It , who I n very pleasant und obliging gentleman Mr, Arto many of nold I no doubt your citizen, aa ho was depot agent at Itichmond Junction for the first several ears after the Knoivillo Branch had been completed The cop!e hero are very Indignant toward Gov. Cameron because of the appointment by him of llio two negro school trustees, and the paper give hi in fits. lie does not stand much higher with the good wo pie of Virginia than Gov. Blackburn dots with the but KentiicMina. ft is thought hia sclion will work great damage lo the heretofore splendid school system. One of the prominent features of the commencement exercises of the Itichmond High School several nights ago wa the occupation of a private box In the theatre by one of the negroes of tho new school board, Mr. Hudnall, one of the white members of that board, received a severe hissing while attempting to award diplomas, in which lie made a signal failure, giving them to the wrong students and displaying hi Ignorance in various ways. Surely education must fall ts a low ebb when in the hand of T. It W. such incompetents. two-thir- Essldca all this Ihe C A O.Is the only line which runs In close proximity to the many fine watering places in the mountains of Uleof CJienanll, Baveranes with JON. SEVERANCE, A ntoFESMtmr. r Co , Stanford, Ky., aiu ir. aoRDirr. a tttti-- t 1. IT. MOWS'. J. M. ROBINSON - &. CO.. AMrronptJiYH ISI-l- BURDETT ft DHOWN, MT. VKHNOM, KY. tmporlcra and Jobber M Dry (loo!,, Kollona, Ac, Dei, on, oil Main eirrci, vor. cixid, .r r.A.i,v. , YARKOH. ICY. T.W.VaaSOW. WiLLlCM & ATTOHNKYH OfBe T. W. W B VAIINON, ASV BUILDING I onr LOTS! esay In Owsley A Son 'a new building BTANFOItl), KY. M. r.A."V, up stairs. IN BTANFOHDI fr sale al fair pries, on terms, In lha norlheaat corner of th lown of Hlsoford Main aire! ant l.ancastr plkn. The lots DANVILLE, KY., are an sere In area, aro Intersee ted by atreeta GO Will praetlca In ths Conrta fret wide and thsdlstanreof tha farthest from the counties and In the Court ofof Hot Is aod adjoining Appeals. center of town la but twothtrda of a roll", the square. They are upon high dry land, commanding a fair 'lew ol the town and surround lug country and aro by far the lots crer orfered for sals In Stanford. Ths neighborhood la good and will In kept so, as I Ts.II not sell to any but s responsinie person a map can oo acen ai me n a tlonal Hank of Hlanfrtd, and at my olriea in Stanford Btanlord, Ky June !R, 1M.1. 44 TO Wai LOTS! nearest being within 400 MTANK)lll, KV, Will rvractlrain ths Umrla of Lincoln and ad joining connllea and Ihe Soprrlnr IVinrl ami rVxirt oi Apiaia. rpaciai attention glten loeoneciiona. Offlrw on Lancaster atrl 111 A.Ta'OllrVI-J- PBYTOH, A'l Ij.V'V, Arxoitpmv Ar x.av, J. AtlornoyFISH, At Jjnir, B ALEX. ANDKHBON, yarda of ths Court-hous- e lt And Master Commlaalonrr Itnckcaule Circuit Court MT VI.IIMON, KY. Will practice In lha llntkcaallaCourta, tions a OlSce In Court-hon- CollecIV, If. . Mlt.l.V.lt. ROBBED " sequence of 111-l- jr loss of energy, Icaaot ministered when necessary. memory, uolrersal latitude, pain In llie bark, dlinncMofillori,prematurrnld age, and many otberdlsiasea that lead to consumption and a pre- la malum grave wv iHnil lor circuiara wun fren by mall Tha VIIOIIA TO It la sold al II loi.or sla I.iim fur II, by all We will now pay special attention to druggists, or will bn sent free by mall, securely KoiltlHl, GERMAN IN VIG0RAT0K! STfmU BTANFOItl), KHNTIJCKY. Which poaltlf ely and permanently euros nijio-- f OfB re oter Knht jlle'a store Oflico hour llrt, (caused by ricemranl any kind,) iriiif linf II viiUiivhh. and all dlsrae that follows fronts to 12 a u. and I loir u Aneathctlca -- Offlco South sl.lo Main Btrewt, two doors abor Thnusanda of grate are the Myera Hotal. annually robta-- of their rarsNItrona Oxide (las administered whan reTirtlma, Urea prolonged, quired. happiness ami health ro aiormny use oi ins great DIt. W B. l'ENNY, eb HUIK- - IJOtN lJm'i'IHT, UTANFOnii, KY. P. IIUPPMAN, H 1 ad- r I TO THE PUBLIC v scak-- on receipt tf price, by addressing, It3 Adamastrret,Tolnlo,()hlo. Bolesgent for the tinned Stale. 191-- 1 yr y.j. ciik.-VKY- iroUHXOM GHINI)INO.-110- -t RICHMOND W promise) to glre satisfaction, and whsn deawed will glr l'atent Flour lor Wheat. Can make either bolted or unbolted meal HrAI.IHTK.lt AN VI.I.t:i:. ss PLANING BUILDERS' Wi'iidu'i-lNi'- i MILLS! MATERIAL! Blue-Gro. Farm For Sale! . .a i uutrr t naic, iriiif-ij- t iur t. mj sarin oi .o Arrrn I hare recently nicned In Itichmond a large and ofcKtllfiit Miie-gn- w IjiiI, wlthn UrgtJ brick ami romplrlo Planing Mill, and am prepared to furnish iraiiiftrfiitiruco romiunpti.ot irn room, wiininm ercry kind of rrrachprsille iiitlooftho new Htinr.ml New orcbaril. (rrah ami ninllril water In nbun- Incluillng a Jince. Iinp'OTeiacnla fint-cUChurch and wbool Tlnitier abundant kouM nrar hf iJ Uia ncigbliorhooil unexftlltil. It In not oftfn that inch a Jnlrablefarta islortalt. Title perfect. Artdreaa i.ie at SI an fur J, Ky.or call od in at the farm IZMyr-or- tf JHKS. N1RAII COOK. ifniiu noiiM. in graa-- i .uri acre, an.i iaianrt nt riling, Flooring, DoorH, .Nimli, I.HiuIm, I.hIIih, NIiiiiglt'M, MoiililiiigH, Nlalr-wmj- h, l-e- . As I sell at prlcca audi aa tho aboie articles can lo bought In LouIaTllIe, Cincinnati, or other wholesale houses, I am sura I can make It to your to palronlzo borne Institutions. I am also a practical W. T. GREEN, STAIVrOKD, KY., Dealer In And am prepared to furnish deslgna and eatlmatea for building and all kinds of scroll work. Thai I am doing no small business, can be Judged from the fact that my bank account runa from J I, SOU to J.'.WX) r week. Contracting and building done romptly and at Urlng price Address ARCHITECT, '. H. Groceries, Hardware, QUEENSWAKE, NTAVFOKIi. BucKlen's Arnica Salrc. The greateal medical wonder or the worlJ. Warranted to apecdlly cure Ilurnj, Drills?, Cut", Ulcers, Silt Itheum, Ferer Burea, Cancer, Pile, Chilblains, Corni, Tetter, Chapped llanda and all akin eruptloni, guaranteed to euro In every or money rerunded, A itoaltlre euro lor Pllea. 25c per box. Tor aalo by Tenny A Mf Harness and Saddlery, ' MTE-R- S HOTEL, PIOWS m-t- STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSLDE, - f WAGONS. Propr Blessing to All Mankind. In these times when our liewpapers are Hooded with patent medicine adrerllaeuienta, It Is gratifying to know nhat to procure thai will certainly cure you. It you are bilious, blood out of order, liter Inacltre, or generally debilitated, there la nothing In the world that will euro you so quickly as I.lcctrlc llllttra They are a Messing In all mankind, and can lie had for only fifty cents a bottle at Penny A McAllttci'a. A Abdallali Messensor! This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, -- AMD Its Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in tho State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Gnesti. EW ADVMtTISKHKaTS. ONE HUNDRED Uaniage nlll beroarejed to and front thedrpot Hands Wanted On tho ! free of charge. Special acrommodatlona to to Commercial TYatelera. The liar w III be altiaja aapplled nlth the ebolreat braoilsor J.liiiorsand Cigars. Stauford 15&41 & Prcachereville Turnpike, Highest wagea raid, Two mile Irom Stanford. aud paid ttery 39 data. JWXXMS SVIjLIVAX. BACK IN OLD VIRGINIA, Our late Business Manager remembers the I. J. and Its Readers. IlicitMOND, Va , June 18, 18S3 Dtar ltd tr tar I would have written this sooner had I come directly to Itichmond, but I did not, having stopped in Louitvllle several day. We left that city on what is known a the slow train on the Chesapeake A Ohio in order to see the country through which the new part of that road runs, but had gotten sidy lo Winchester when we came to a ball became of the wreck of a freight train between that point and Ml. Sterling, caused by running over several cattle. Tie engiue and six cars were thrown from the track, but were not badly damaged, nor were any of the train men seriously hurt. This delayed ua about two and a half hour and night overtook u at last before we reached Huntington, (the western terminus of the road for a long time ) At Clifton Forge, Va , we availed ourselves of the advantages of Ihe fast train and arrived in Itichmond ut 1 o'clock next evening. This Is a most delightful route, and those who contemplate making a trip List should by Ice! Ice! Ice! 1 FRANCIS HOTEL. ST. fil'i: hcntluells fall tuul, 2 2i, (Irand tjcnllncl. 2 i'Jli brother lo Volunteer, the aire of St. Jullcn, 2.1IJ; r, (llial-217; Alley, V 19, l!odln, 2,I'J4; Drlrer, 2 1!,: lltiuter. 2 '.1ti. Amj, 2 20'4, and a score more In the2.S0rlaa. 2ddatuKlttr ltlrers, the n cord. 3.O0; clsmof lkrtle(llrl, record, 2 S7, aod th grandam ol Maud Mesrecord, 2.2M,, by Alexander'a senger, Itnaa AUIallah. the aire of Uoldsmllh Maid, llnd,2 2t,Tborndale. 2.!Hi Almont, Abdallali Pilot, Ac, Ac. Sddamby lted Jacket, (sire of lha dam of Kentucky Wilkes, 2 21, aad tha giandau of (So Bo, 2 17U.aod ltedlVilkrs.siraol rbllTbouip-so- n, 3.rear-ol- d record, 2 21 1) by Comet; by Sherman Morgan, the aire of Vermont lllack Hawk, tho aire of Lilian Allen and maur other trotters, lted er lo lllack Jackel'a dsm was aired by a llawk. 4thdsm an extra road maro brought from tba North by V. L. Vance, of Mercer county, and aald to be of Messenger blood, fcentlneland Alex ander'a Abdadah are both by ltradyk'a Haiuble-Ionia- n, the grandslre of Maud S., 2.10'J, aud tba alreofDexter. 2 UK; Nettle, 2 18, Uranro (llrl, 2 -- O; (lazelle, 2.21; Jay (lould, 2 11 H. and SU othera with record of 2 30 aod better. Meaaenger Chief waa sired by Abjallau 1 "Hut, sire ol 11ckard,2.18)J; lted Jim, record. 2 iA. lat dam la to (Irn. (Jeo. It Thomas, aire ot bcotl'a Tbomaa, 2 21; by Mambrina Mesaeuger, aire oILealntkl, 2 2iJi. 2d dam by Mambrluo Chief, Woodlord Mambrluo, aire of Lady Tlioiu, 2 la 2 Mambrluo l'ulchen and others, 3d dam by Imp. NaHileou, Hunter, Ac. Aldsllau Meatnger will make tha season of iaH3 al Chaa. Dunn'e, tV nitlta from fctanfurd, on Ituah Itraucti A iike, I mile from blauford Pant taucaster aldbe and Ilia plka, Irom Lancaater A 930 to Maro In i'oal. Money due as soon Insure a ta ascertained Marcs that bars public aa the bet records of 2 30 or better, orauch a haro pruducod trotlera with recorda ol '..W or better, may bo brr.1 freo ol charge. Address bands; baled 1S78. bred by Itol bay stallion; Chaa. Dunn, .Stanford, Ky , aired by Meaaeogrr record, Chief, sire of Maud Messenger; record, 2.28, .Abel Abdal-li- b, 2 Viii, Marrel, trial, trial, 2.23H, (Jus, 2 2.1, Itcna jcsrsold, MalllsMelr., 2 20 gait at 3 years old, Mstslo blewart, 2 20 gait al 1st dam Su S yearaubt, and other promising ones. alebyrientlnel, 2."j?,,anil tbesirnof on Arnlm, " 2C, Youri? fentt-ne- l,2 2I9K. Annelle. A.2 Ca 2l, Vlrandlere, 2.2CS, Mlgnon, IC ... JKitilifrZ&'tTn-'2. ! ';. will dellrer Ice every morning AT ONE CENT PUB lOUNI, FORMERLY ASAPH, Aa long as my present stock lasts. Afler that, Lake Iceaalowaal can alford. Accounts due at the close of each month. (Stanford, May7. IS. K. JIAKllOIV. STANFORI), - - ICY. Harlnghad thla Hotel Nowtfllamlsomo Millinery j romprelienilro I hare oj uel uiCBimmi uauuMiueuujieui Kcl'iii'iiis.iiHl and ltcllttcd From basement to garret, line of the I intend lo KccJ. 11 in ti Slrlclly rirxUC'litsM Aud leare nothing uu.lo; Slunner, that will add to tha 21, SPEINQ AND SUMMER MILLINERY COMFORT Andlniltsall the ladles H4 door to Dr. to call and examine, whether they buy or not. l'rlcea reasonable, OF MY GUESTS. Neil jiish iu:i,itt: inulllce, Stanford ail r.s, Ut '. Itulliuau'a Blue-Grass Coiiiiuc-i'C'iu- I Ara oflVred XY.iveler.s Valuable I Farm i SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS To patroulf e me, as I haTi erery convcn!euc,sucti astm'r.HAMI'U. LOOMS, Ac., for their usa. pott ollar forsalsuijr MA-iyre- ted near Walnut Hat, ou lha Htantord .1 Crab Orchard turnpike, 3 mllea Ironi Utanford. About Id Acmin cultivation; balance In grass. Uood spring, plcutyguod tluilirand writ adapted to stock; Ina good uelgbborhooi. Will sell at a bargain tho abor tract of lau 1 and glte pmueanlon at any time, hor further particulars, lnii Irs of J. II. Owsley, Stanford, Ky., or wrlla to ma al Havllla, Milan county, rciss. (U-j--tf HHSU V Jt'IHIt. l'armof VO ,'. Baggage Transferred situa- to and from the JJepot free of churge. W, N. 1'UAKCIS Manlord, Lluioln Co., Ky. MLasKHaaH I'ataCK, by Meaaenger thief, dsm by Alcalde, (.Ira of llylaa, 2.21k. I'.ulgma, 2.20; u ol 188.1 Ac ,) will make the fancy Pay, WILLIK O. DUNN. atrenieacall. at 1'ouut ox', llrjaulstllle, Ky., at a mare In foal. 113 W. (1. to lnsuro P. J, rjQ karA. S(&sMjsffljjyjlsl . " .. all means take the CIIE3APKAKU ZjrT j v j645ry?ys67 y A onto l; BOYLE COUNTT. Dannllt. Lllas llarman and Sallle Johnson and James 1). Woolrldge and Nancy K. liar-ma- n obtained license lo marry Tueaday evening. Felix Fisher's Que farm ol 120 acres wu sold at public sale on Wednesday, to Mr. John M. Van Meter, of Fayette; the price paid wu $02.60 per acre; cash, the balance to be paid In one, two, three and four years. Mr Van Meter, who is a ofPi.S. B. Yerkes, will shortly move here with his family. one-fift- In the first place it i the quickest route, si passenger can leave Louisville at 3 l. M, or Lexington at 0.10 r, t. and reach Itichmond at I, Old Point Comfort at 7.30, Washington at 1.05, Halliuiore ut S.I0, Philadelphia at 8.10 or New York at 10.50 the next evening three to five bonis earlier thin by any other route. The country through which It riui la moil varied and the scenery I as grand and picturesque a any this side of the Kockhu. It passengers are taken through the heart of llio blue grass region of Kentucky, the Harden spot of the world, through the beautiful and magnificent Kanawha Valley, thence along New Hirer, one of the strangest and moat romantic ou the Continent, which hai for Its bank the great, high Alleghanies, towering almost to the clouds, and so steep had to be almost tunnelthat the road-beed for miles aud miles out of the sol aides of these mouutalns. Leaving the Alleghanies, tho road runs through the Valley ol Yirgtala, thence through Ihe Blue Itldge Mountains Into F.iateru Virginia, which I rich lu historical point concerning the late civil war, to Itichmond. From thla place the road has been lately extended lo Newport News, one of the finest harbors In the United Stales. ESTILL SPRINGS! Hailna taken cbaiea ol this famoua plate fur th coming season, 1 am now Commercial College of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. i.um il, u.iwlri Tiw ! r.....L.p. I f. wuikiM """ IMIm. amkwlitI tloaaurtul Uw, yrlll TaS-I so.1, Misa ll.Jaa a.ll. ISI UIS LalUts SUMwUutl TiU- -,ll.lrt StIsIksH.l.r a4JI J"'?.1l.Md.Mwa, KJ ! !,! llu.n.ar M.4., SI..I..I. U tlMui ll l a J I.Hms (t 0,n kSkIIm t.k li. im7 hMTrrkarai aij 3 -. J f ..l.r Wl-.- l. aaiC.lrl., I"' Tk. n.piito.l M.I..I. Irw Jl - r.n ,uii.ut., ti,la i.u-l- WILBUR Ml twaltr ' Prea't. Lealnuton. K. a biuii, R. SMITH. .uttl Vk- watering SlmUnts Prepared to Receive Guests. I hare a corpa of trained serraul aud will ba able lo furnish rtfthttl any iettk ilay of the yntr. Bumnur teuton iioar o;ie or rtceitiuy ttutltnts. Regular Fall Session, Sept. to, 1883. WSJffi&XSZVS; sf ."SS5ti --MS Cell.,., lrlk., Vllk b Kllsl tllWl ,Mir.l ttU.l-- . Triluw. ! Ulaa Uraah, "' " 1UHI N.Ml, SJH (mm U WJ Ut.l is. --)l ol rul .V'l-- t. -J -l r..J., -, H -- NullNiiietnry AccouiiiioiIiiIIwiih health or lu pursuit lu all rwus u,uilllea ut oftbtw waterspleasure. aro loo Tueiutdlclual WBII BUUWU U) la ieuinou mii muiw.j proptrile. uecdadtmrlptiou of Ihelr Th ratea ot board will be naaouable 1 or further Information, apply lu me al litlue, Ky IS7-I- uu -t rl JU EDWARD WILDER'S Dumb Agu, Dyiptpila, and Ague, latermittsnt Nit r Ilia t. r io a Coniplalal, ladigtitiea, C0I10 and Flu a. II will Curo Cesliais. It 11 a. aalo Alterative ami Tonie a mild and DallgMM la.ljoraat or Dtlical Womaa, a powerful recuo rant utter llio frame bua been debilitated and roduowl by tlcknc&s, an excellent appetlacr, Cive louo to the dilutive vrgans, pro enta Malaria, bract up the system, streugthens the portal circulation aud cltar the ubole animal economy from tho seeds of dlscaao. Tho slightest stuck ot fever may bo a prelude to the worst, aad tho remedy that would conquer It whilst It "art!cu la yet lu Ila commencement, may bo ol no value when It U at lla full development, huly 1 thla tho case with noua around whom tho pestiferous Influence of Malaria cllngl In the form ol Dumb Chills, Brow Ague, PalaM Splaaa, aad Weak Stomach. Fur tha ( tire ot all tho abovo Plaeaae thla pre(araUon stands U'irlvaled, and Its good and pennant ut ('fleets are atbuted by thousands, aud It 1 recommended alike by tho ablest tut d leal men and the mlulatry. THY IT, all you that aro afflicted, and bo couvlucod ot Itt woudcrful lower and Injudicial ttlocta. I S. .M. I'liAlOVK. Far Fsr, Ur THE GREAT SUCCESS -- TUB FAMOUS- - DEERING TWINE BINDER. Simplicity Itsilf when compared with all other of lifil th 11101 ratll-ruliiss- tl or lhaa-jaao- u binders. bar nilVHisrsMl liiiiroeineiil btwu mad. I llleeu pieces ukau out ol lha kuvl tylugdarlce. threaaprlnga nuurod Nopluug Kierr motlou uoilllie. Mo cbauce w gal out of order. Nomura xpru, Auyouawaul Iiitf & l.ln.Ur al.uulJ call on lbs LkMrloiC Airaut aud that baa Uu sua tula luiprxmtueal-lbgrea- t.t madsaiuc lha lulroducllouol twlua lludlog. Tba Ifcwriug Tlu lliuder, tlrat Introducai , haa alwaye bran ahead lu Improremsul, aliuplul-lyror durability, light draft aud kuod work aalaby A fJKKlVA, AI.I.UH Kill I' Stanford, Ky l'.H - Alto for sal Peering Light Mowers a Iteaper, luT;, STOMACH BITTERS "or Hulo In Htuut'ortl hy l'tmiiy,; SIoAlIastur. IMHR. Smi-ISttk- lj id(riiriintsl KVim rt)K aorxmrixo ciiildhen. After all, K " An EnglWi tratolcr in this country a fow general They are relates this incident, which ho witnessed down by my father. At such m to commend themselves most to ntonoof our railroad r.Maurnnts: June 22, 1883 tho most practical. And first for a fow somo of tho American mil mi) stations Friday Menlsg, it is customary to havo a fixed charge, negstiroonea: 1. Nover givo in to disobedience, nnd for n good, substantial meal. On one "PATIKSCK" rOKTBX. nover threaten what you aro not pre- occasion I was very much amused by young mta, tho maneuvers of n green Ynnkco who I'm pared to carry out. A dolbe- - U.lngtrown young man, 2. Nover lose your temper. I do not was unacquainted with, tho rule, and A terrible mtther end regular crasher. Anger is soma, evidently aimed at sustaining na'iiro as say nover 1h angry. Deed ytmeg times indispensable, especially whom economically 01 possible. Alter n caretent young bu, fmi there has been anything mean, dishonest ful scrutiny of the vimdn, and sundry hat young mm, A bal Kill living oa heeb, A or cruel. Hut auger is cry dlflcrcht from hesitating movement, ho at length dey onBf nun. cided to treat hiiinelf to a bun and q loss of tcmcr. young gUL, I'm 0. Of nil things, never sneer at them; glass of water; and, as ho munched and ycung gtrl, A and bo careful, oven how you rally drank, I could detect n self sulllrient expainty A languishing, dainty, pression in his glauco at tho gormandiz young glrL tlioui. ers, which Hccnicd to imply, "Yer, it's 1. Do not work on their feelings. young girl, I'm a wcnkl young girl, Peelings aro far too delicato things to Imi all very pleasant now, but wait till thfl A dote-o-n A used for tools. It is like taking tho reckoning comes." The twenty minutes young glrL waiii'iiring out of your w atch aud notch- allowed for dinner had almost elapsed I'm a novel reading young girl, philosopher our abstemious ing it for n saw. It may ho n vondmful when young gltl, A marched boldly up to a beautiful joung saw, but how faros jonr watch? A romantic, half craty, tut terribly lry, young glrL avoid doing bo iu connection woman who presided nt tho counter, and Enllyn Kaglt. with religious things, for bo you will held forth 2 cents, saying, in a bantersurely deaden them to nil that is flmst. ing tono: BOW TIIK At. 111. IMA BUNK. "I'vo had n bun, and a glass ot water, Let your feelings, not your efforts on The Kc&rsnrgo nino! .way to sea- thoirs, affect them with a sympathy tho tow, but I cnlkiluto jou don't charge for ward until about niuo or ten rallcs from tho more powerful that it b not forced that." 11 Uie breakwater, when sho vccrod aud Fifty cents, if you please, sir," was upon tlieui ; and, in order to do this, beaded direct for tho Alabama, That avoid being too Bnghslrin tho hiding of tho youug lady's calm reply. stopped the chaff tho boys had been yoar feeliugs. "Fifty cents for a bun and n glass of A man's own family passing around about lior having wcuk water I Do you see rtuy green in this has a rii'ht to Bhnro his good feelings. encd and turned tail, and each one C. Nover buow that you doubt, except child's eyes ?" seemed to realize ut last that this was to you aro able to convict. To doubt an "Fifty ccnti for dinner, sir. Wo be no child's play. By this timu about honest child is to do what you can to havo ono stated price, at you can sea by three miles intervened between tho bel- inaku a liar of him; nnd to believe n liar, tho principal notices, and cat whatever ligerents, which was rapidly being de- if ho is not altogether shameless, is to you like." When within about a mile nhamo him. creased. The Americans havo u keen enjoyment and a quarter from tho Kearsargo tho (I Instil no religious doctrino apart of n practical joke; aud tho spectacle of Alabama eervJ, presenting her star- from its duty. If it havo uo duty as its a cuto Yankee, who so cleverly overboard broadside, and opened the ball necessary embodiment, tho doctrino reached himself, tickle! tho bystanders by firing her 110 pounder rilled pivot at may bo regarded ps doubtful. exceedingly as they crowded round to an elevation for 2,000 yards rouge, fol7. Do not bo hard on mere quarreling, gaze ou tho individual who hod been so lowed almost simutttueouely by a whole which, hko a storm But "this child" was in nature, is often "severely sold." broadside. Tho gnus were worked and helpful in clearing tho moral atmosphere. not so easily discomfited. Ho glanced served with the utin t rapidity, and in Stop by a judgment between tho par- at tho clock. Perhaps there was still it a few minutes u'j th-- r broudsido was ties. But bo Bovcro as to tho kind of timo to retnovo his (also position. poured in, who- - thd Kearsargo, being quarreling nud temper shown in it. Es"Fifty cent, nud eut whatever you by tliis time alotii 800 junli distant pecially givo uo quarter to any unfair- hke-il- i?" presented her starooatd lottery, and tho ness "That's so." arising from greed or spite. Use tiring became general. Tho spirit of your strongest lunguugo with regard to Paying his OX) cents, without another enrnago hal begun to amuinto tho crew, word, tho Yaukeo sprang upon tho eatthat. and tho desiio to lo tho upper dog in Now for ft few of my father's pojitivo ables like a famished wolf. With ono tho tight stirred each man to emulation. hand ho secured a plate of ham, with rules: A fow broudsides pissed, when tho Keartho other a dish of custards. Whilo his 1. Always let them come to you, and sargo, under full head of stoam, forgod always hear what thoy havo to say. If greedy eyes roved over distant dainties, ahead, steering bo as to pass tho Ala- thoy bring a complaint ulvvayn examine ho darted at overy dish within his reach, bama's stem aud rake lior foro and aft, into it and duqtenso pure justice, aud heaping his plato with tho most heteand also get between her aud tho shore nothing hut justice. rogeneous comestibles, and swallowing This maneuver nni checkmated by a 2. Cultivate a lovo of giving fair play. indiscriminately the contents of savory port helm, causing both easels to movo Every one, of course, likes to receivo aud fruit pics, preserves, pickles, v in a circle, rovolwug rouud a common fair play, but no ono ought to imagine, etc. Judging from his voracity, center, distant from each other about therefore, that ho loves fair play. his object seemed to be, not to cat CO 1 ho tiro meantime COO or COO yards. 3. Teach from tho very first, from tho cents' worth, but to empty overy dish on continued with unabated vigor. Tho infancy capable of sucking n sugar plum, tho table. Luckily, perhaps, for him, steady directness of tho firo from tho to tharo with neighbors. Never refuso at this critical moment tho signal for Kearsargo now began to bo felt. Tho tho offering a child brings you, oxcept starting was given, and tho Yankeo, eleven-incshells poured into tho you have n good reason, and give it casting a glauco of despair nt tho tablo, Alabama with sickening regularity And nover started up with red face and protruding pretend to partake, that and precision, dealing death and de- volvcs hideous possibilities in its HIV. eyes, aud, with a "hunk" ot bread and struction ou every huud. Quns wcro ou tho child. cheese in his hand, made his way to tho dismounted and their irons decimated Tho necessity of giving a reason for train, whero ho subsided, after tho fashion by a sibglo shot. Early ill tho action refusing a kindness has no relation to ot a gorged shell struck tho blade of tho fan, breaktho necessity of giving a reason with ing it short off and injuring tho rudder. every command. There is uo such neBUILT 'JO S12LL. Another landed in the enginu-rooand cessity. Tho married daughter of a contractor torn things all to pieces, dumnging the 4. Allow a great deal o noise as comes to v isit her father, aud, ou going machinery, making a hole lu the boiler, much as is fairly eudurablo ; but tho out with him for u walk to tho latest with boihug and flooding tho stoke-holmoment they seem gettiug beyoud their Bceuo of his labors, bursts out ecstatiwater. own control stop the noise ut once. Also cally: "O, pa, what lovely houses thoso On tho deck the prospect was no mora put a Btop at ouco to all fretting and aro that you havo been building thoso cheering. Men dropped dead, cut in cottages along tho bank ot tho river. I grumbling. twain by shot aud sht.li, by tho crashD. Favor tho development ol each iu have 911 awful great mind to tako ono ing and ilyiug splinters, mingled with the direction of his own bint. Help and bring tho chridreu hero and hikukI the muttered curses of tho seamen and him to develop himself, but do not push tho summer near jou." Tho contractor tho hoarse orders of gunners and otUccra. development. To do 00 is most danger- (deeply affected): "No, no, my child At 12:30, Mr. Kelt hud jib and foretop-sai- ls Never! Not that 1 would not fain havo ous. hoisted aud attempted to stand in C. Mind tho moral nature, and it will you near mo every day nud hour, but, towaru shore, distant by this time about tako coro of tho intellectual In other darling, those houses were not built to fivo miles. This was proeuted by her words, tho best thing for tho intellect 13 live in thoy were built to sell!" opponent ranging up and pouring in a tho cultivation of tho conscience, not in I'OSO.V IN KVKttY-HA- l' HIOIl ranking firo of shot and shell. Word casuistry but in conduct. It may tako Committees of expcits tell of adulterwas passed aft almost immediately that longer to arrive, but tho end will lx tho ation iu food that is simply appalling. tho vessel was sinking, whereupon a Hag highest possible health, vigor and ratio of truco was suspended from the quarter of progress. Wtro the ingredients which are mixed witli food innocuous it would still bo a and tho now otlleer, Sinclair, sent in a 7. Discourago emulation, and insist boat to surrender tho vessel. During on duty not often, but very great hardship; but when it is strongly The dingy, and known that tho most violent poisons aro his absenco tho whale-boa- t, Vicar's Daughter. cutters wcro launched, and prepa three employed it is u marvel that tho wholo During tho wholo timo ot ins resi- country does not riso up nnd put a stop rations made to desert tho doomed vessel. Before they could bo perfected, dence in Lancaster Mr. Stevens was on to such practices aud punish nil dealers however, sho settled bj tho stem, her uncompromising "teetotaler." This is who sell iKHsouous articles of food. If Lead rising high ou. of tho water. Tho tho history of his resolution to abstain : continuation of these startling stateWhile ho was iu Gtttysburg ho was a ments wero needed, ono has only to read mainmast, which had been already badly shattered by the flriug, went by tho member of a select circlo who were ac- tho facts recently brought to light in board, aud a fow seconds sufficed to in- customed to meet around at each other's Chicago, wheto it is impossible to find gulf tho shattered hulk of tho lato houses and spend the evening in playing puro sugar aud where not 10 per cent. scourge of the seas. Struggling in tho whist and drinking wine and choico of tho milk is good. In that citr tho vortex were many of the crew, and tho liquors. Ono evening ouo of tho party, bread without exception is poisonous ; elluits of Sinclair, who hod received per- a great favorite, who was cashier of the tho teas wcro nover impcrted, but aro mission from Capt, Winslow to return bank in Q.ttysburg, becoming a little mado of loaves " faced " with Prussian and rescue the survivors, were soon ably inebriated, was escorted homo by twool blue aud chronmto of lead. Seventy-fiv- o seconded by tho boats of tho DeCrhounJ, his friends, who, flnJing his latch-keper cent, of tho cream of tartar is two cutters from tho Kearsargo and two let him in and lett him in tho entry, whibi earth, and tho coffeo is coated who were near tho supxoiug tbut ho could find his way upFreuch with lanqwblack. But Chicago is uo spot. Tho whale-boa- t and dingy of tho stairs. In tho morning when his vvifo worso than other cities. Baking pow-doAlabama, with tho boats of tho Deer- - caino dowu sho found him lying upon nro largely rouiKiscd of alum. hound, well freighted, made quickly for tho entry Moor dead. Ho had had on Pickliug iluid is diluted with sulphuric the yacht, which immediately steamed attack of apoplexy during tho night. acid, ulum uud venligris to givo it a peto tho northward, bearing safely away When Mr. Stovms heard of it he went culiar tlavor. from captivity Capt. Seunnes and a ma- iuto his collar with u hatchet, broko open Tho manufacture of a great deal ot jority of his " bust bowers," while the the htaJa of his wiuo and whisky barrels, our confectionery should lo puuished cutters transferred their cargoes to tho uud would nover taste anything of tho as a crime, for much ot tho candy sold Kearsarge. turned ovir ort afterward. Ouo pilot-lioto children is simply a lump ot whit thoso sho hod rescued to tho same shelearth, mado attractive to tho eyo with TIIK LATKHT YASUKU NOTION. tering care, whilo tho other stood in fur It took u llostou man to devise a now arsenical paint, aud sweetened with glu. shore aud aided in the tscajio of thojo Costly spicis uro counterfeited iu method of collecting a bud account. Ho coso. who were luoky enough to get on board customer ugainst whom lie a terribly grotesquo manner, tho tlavor of her, Tho KeurMirgo picked up and mit u former iug being given by tho raukest ikjisous. traujfeired to her decks a total ol hod a small outstanding account, aud, Iu these aud other adulterations ursoulo brief couversatiou, presented tho fivo oflleers and sixty three men, and alter a plays iho largest part. Wo import anone dead body. & mines, ou board ol questiou. The man pleaded uttcrimpecu. nually 2,000,000 ixjundi of this deadly tho Deorhomid, readied Bouthmuptou uiosity, Boston soou began to tell a poison 1 cent's worth of which would with thirteen of his oUlcers and near story of such muguitudo that tho listen, kill 2,800 iooplo and tho bulk of this his crew and potty officers. er bluntly asserted disbelief of it, " I'll thirty of Import is used iu tho pieparation of food I so," replied Boston. Tho pilot bout lauded rjuito a number, bet you in that it " I'll tuko that," said the man, as ho aud clothing. KjichaHgc. . and tho killed aud wounded wcro never peedily produced tho requisite greenaccounted for. Tins tobacco monopoly of Franco lust back. " Now that you havo got that year yielded u net profit to tho btato of wish to apoar agreeable iu Ir you out, would it not bo convenient for about 8CO.000.000. bill society, you must cousout to bo taught you to pay mo? " chimed in tho impermany things which you kuow already. Miss Kinlin, ot Sou Francisco, marTho follow acturbable Boatouiau. knowledged that it would, uud tho mutter ried a man named Wood. Tho marriage A homesick Chicago girl writes from notice was headed "Kiuliu-Wood.- " was adjusted. abroad: ' I would rather have n grave Ctttrrh is the iced of consumption, and In America thou a lioaio in Europe'." Tub only differcuco between the le uoIcm taken In lima Is a very dangeroui gends of tho Indians and tho Ilea of tho diseue, Htll's Catarrh Cure never fails Col. Tow Oouilthxe saya Toxaswhit. ago, to cure. Price 75c Bold by Penny & Java. It U often calloJ udiito men is their ky is a kot B hoDMl and pay your subscription. "a diopof tho crater," hitra in mentioning I think tiicro con bo no id a ta.sk 1:1: j.v ,1 TAVHAXT. tun 1:0 id nns- - BVPKFl.1TTT10Sa AROVT MAKHIAOK. CHURCH MRIXTBRT. STasras'oiaiD. -- kit. That May, with ns, is not a month for marrying may cosily bo seen any year from tho list of weddings in tho Timet nowpapcr, tho popular belief being summed up in tho familiar proverb, " Marry In May and you'll ruo tho day." Somo of tho numerous reasons assigned for tho attaching to this month aro tho following : That women disobey-iu- g tho rulo wjuld bo childless ; or, if thoy had children, that tho would bo an idiot, or havo somo physical deformity ; or that tho married couplo would not live happily together in their now life, but soon becomo weary of each other's society supcr.titions which still rctaiu their hold throughout tho country. In spite, however, of this absurd prejudice, it Bccms that iu days gono by, May was honored in feudal England, as tho month of all months especially congenial to lovers. Most readers aro no doubt acquainted with the following stanza in tho "Court of Lovo:" had not spoko ao souo tho word, but alio k first-borX "MONON HOUTK. Chicago f The Secret of the universal success of Brown's Iron Hitters is simply this: It is the best Iron preparation ever made; is compounded on thoroughly chemical and scientific, medicinal principles, and docs just what is claimed for it no more and no less. m, brown-stoned ir. II. O. Morrison, MKTIIODIHT, every Sunday morning anil Prayer Meeting every night ticepl lbs third Thursday nltht. rjunday flchool at 1 a. si. Key II C. Morrison, Superintendent. T Bar J M llacca, l'aator. Hertlret BAI-rioand Fourth Sundays, morning and night, rrarer Meeting every Wtdneedsy afternoon. Sunday School at SO a. at, K. E. Barrow Superintendent Worship by the congregation tv "1HMHT1AN try ami a nay. iTtacning ny J. rv. vox on Second tad Fourth Lord's days. ir Bundsy School at I It. Jos. Severance, Superintendent. SOUTH -- Hee. I. S. Mctl. DHKsnYTMUAN, I roy, rstor. Sunday School at 10. John W. ipertntendent. Union Prayer Meeting on Kout, Wed neflay nights. COUTH.-K- Louisville, New Albany & Railway. PhIrco TO TIIK M.YJ.1 LIMK IIUNMIHII j riillnmn c Cars! AND SOI.III TRAINS LOUISVILLE CHICAGO! b, OPERA HOUSE. -- SrrcitL Notics. -- Paasengert Intra tba Knot villa Itranch of I. A H K K. arrive In Loultvlllt In time to tske Ibe evening Irsln of lbs "Monos Itoute" and go through lo OrecncnMlo. t'rnnfflnlslllc, JjircUe ami I'lilfiigo nltrioHt change. the-ar- don't-kno- By thorough and rapid assimilation with the blood, it reaches every part of the system, healing, purifying 1 Mr soTcralne, did thank mo hrartily, Andaaldu, "AMJc.to shall dwiU still vrith me, Till season coma for Jtaj, for thou truly The King of lure and all Ida company Shall hold hU festo fall ralll- - and woU," And tiicro I bodo till that the aoanon filL and strengthening. Commencing nt the foundation it build- up and restores lost health in no other way can lasting benefit be obtained. yy Duibom Are., Chicago, Nor. 7. 1 hive a great sufferer from aYerywcAlkttomjuh.heartUirii.anJ Ncitljr i!rip(Ia In1 in wont foira, dtttreaa, everything; ale. gave me and I could eat but little. I hava tried eve rylhlngrecom mended, hava taken the prescriptions of a tfotcn I hytielans, burcol no relief unld I took ilrown'a Iron Itinera. 1 feel none of the old troublei, an am a much new ftaa, I am grtiln atronger, and feel fint rate. I am a railroad engineer, and now tnaka my Irlpe regularly. I can not aay loo much In praise of your wonder fol medicine. U. C. Mack. -- TIMK TABI.H. Kelly. Ielly. STATION. W. P. WALTON, ; 4J p m t t s a m I.ve, toultvllle , 01 pin I 01 a m . Air. Ilreenraitla Site of Stage, JOstO I lht complete sets ol ScenJ 0.1 a m Craw fordi till ery Sealing rapacity, Including gallery, too. .. litem IMsu Ufayette Slip m lteasooal.lt relet te guod allradlone. Addreat .... 1 W am S tt) Mm " t bhago at tbor. Tbt mosldlmt routs, with only one thtogeef cars, loall wlnts In Wisconsin, Mlnnewols, lows, Nelrssks, Ar For lurlher luturmtllon, addreat M I) lilt A V Kc.LI.Ml, II P A , Louisville, Ky IM. BTANF0BI. KY- - - Proprietor. Stanford Female College. With ttn .HTAN'KI. KY. a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL TIIK BHANCIIKH This Institution will open Us Thirteenth 8eaalu 00 the id Mondsy In September nest. On the other hand, Juno is n highly popular month for marrying, ono reason perhaps being Uiat tho earth is then clothed in her summer boauty, and that this is a season ot plenty. At any rato, this notion may bo traced up to tho timo of tho Ilomans, and thus, when Ovid was anxious about tho marriage of his daughter, ho IUaolTol to match tbo girl, and tried to find What days unproap'roua wtro, nhat inoona wcro unkind After Juno's sacred Idea hu fancy strayoj, Good to tho mau aud happy to tho Mild. lit' A SrtfVNAfTj THE ORCAT THOnOUGHENGUSHCOUBSE Are taught, as will at MTJBIC. Through Trunk Line TUB liANQUAOKH. DltAW. INO AND PAINTINO. Among tho other seasons admitting or prohibiting matrimony may bo men tioned tho following, contained in a well known rhyme : Advent marriages doth deny, But Hilary giro, thee liberty; Beptuagreima say thee nay, Eight days from Easter aays you tnayj Kogitlon Lids theu to contain. But Trinity seta thco frco again. v Brown's Iron Bititrs docs not contain whiskey or alcohol, and will not blacken the teeth, or cause headache nnd constipation. It will cure dyspepsia, indigestion, heartburn, sleeplessness, dizziness, nervous debility, weakness, &. Uee only Prewn'i Iron Clllera mJ lr rrewnChemkalCa.lUluraor- -. Craxi oa wrapper red Lact and triOe-mar- k TERMS MODERATE. 110; Preparatory, In Tuition, prices range from 123 le ISO la tk regular Departments Primary, IJ3 Intermediate t0. and CU leg Isle, f'4. Kor full particulars, as lo Hoard, Ac addreat HKM. N. V. 1Ktir.lli:KT. I'rlaseljiAl, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky. Wllhofit Change and with Spetjl SHORTEST iswm MnM ROUTE HALL'S P,ATAii.tRB IB RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS? AND QUICKEST Locnnut to tiii SOUTH & WEST Without rhsai. ta NtshvllU, Mssoshls. Atlanta, havanaah, Jaektoaillle, Mobile, aad )ew Orleans PUllMlrjCIRS BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Palaet Cart Without Change ego-table- h Equal importance has been attached by somo to tho day of tho week on which tho marriage is performed. Thus, Fri day, on account of its being regarded as on inauspicious nud evil day for the commencement of any kind of enterprise, is generally avoided, fow brides being found bold enough to run tho risk of in curring bad luck from being married ou a day of ill omon. Iu day s gono by Sunday appears to havo been a opulur day for marriages; although, as Mr. JealTro- son, in his amusing history of "Brides and Bridals," remarks : " A fashionablo wedding, celebrated on tho Lord's day in London, or any part of England, would nowadays bo denounced by religious people of all Christian parties as on outrageous exhibition of impiety. But in oar feudal times, and long alter tho Reformation, Sunday was, of all days in tho week, tho favorito ouo for mar CItAI! OUCIIAI.I J. week. 11. notice: llDTCIIINOS. 1'rvvr- i MI M.N t lU-ti- n Po custom grinding Tuodays and Fridays of each and Catarrh of tho Nasal of tho Knr, Cyo or Ulcerntlvel Catnrvh INTERNALLY, and Throat. It le taken Blood acta DIHCOTLY upon theSystom. and It Mucous Surfaces of the tho heat Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, nnd Is worth ALL that Is ennraea vor it. vor s net s oiuno. XJ1JU Cavlty-Chronio 1ST CUlUdSI w - SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rrota Loaltvllltla ralaeeUrealtkealchaage Seeking hornet on the una oi tnu mad m rectlve special low ratet Uee A(alt ol Ibis tvmxy fur lelet, routes Aeer write C. P, AlstOHE. G. P. 4 T. A. 0 Loultvllle, Ky. PMIHRiMTCo crniunnri I ONLY INTERVAL CURE N MTCmRRR AMEHICJ N THE MAKKirrAX f And we offer One Hundred Dollars tor any Cnsu of Cntnrrh It will not Cure. Don't Be Led Astray! Mutual Aid Society Of ICimtuoj'cy. Upon eollcitatlon I hate accepted the agency for Lincoln and (Jarrard counties of tblt moat pratae worthy and perfectly reliable Inatltutlon, the object of the A M. A. Nielety being "to provldt financial aid to the wldowa, orphans, heirs, leyra-te- ea and aaalgnt of Its deceased members," No one should hesitate to secure membership it will aaord uie pleasure to give full Inlormallou to those dealrlog It and circulars showing the object id the Society, names of In officers, Ac. V. II. IIOCIIKMTKII, HO Stanford, Ky. riages." Domestic Folk-Lor- e. LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE IiiNiiraiico Company American Atiets, ! - $5,212,737 81 o 1 pilot-boat- rs AID FJtOW AN ALVATH0S3. Tho following most remarkablo is furnished in a letter from regiment, an officer of tho Eighty-thirnow in India, to a friend iu Montreal. Whilst tho division of tho Eighty-thirregiment, to which tho writer belonged, w.'is on its way to India, being at tho timo a short distance c&atward of tho Cape, ono of tho meu was severely flogged fur somo slight offense. Maddened nt the punishment the poor fellow was no soouer released than, in sight of all his comrades, ho sprung overboard. There was a high sea ruuuiug at tho time, aud as tho mau swept ou astern all hope ot saving him seemed tovauislu Belief, however, came from a quarter where no one ever dreamed of looking for it before. During tho delay incident on lowering a boat, aud whilo tho crowd on deck wero watching tho form of the soldier struggling with the boiling waves, and growing every moment less distinct, a largo albutross, such as aro always fouud in thoso latitudes, coming liko magic, with an almost imperceptible motion, approached and mado a swoop at tho man, who, in tho agonies of tho death struggle, seized it aud held it in his grasp, aud by this means kept afloat uutil ussistauco was rendered from tho v cssch Incredible as this story seems, tho namo and position of tho writer of tho letter, who was an of tho scene, placed its authenticity beyond doubt. But for tho assistauco thus rendered, tho writer adds, no power on earth could have saved tho soldier, as, iu couscquenco of tho tremendous sea running, a long timo elapsed before tho bsat could bo manned nud got dowu all this timo tho man clinging to tho bird, whoso liulter-iug- s and struggles to escajw boro him up. Who, after this, should despair? A raging sea a drowning mau an albatross ; what eyo could see safety under such circumstances ? or will doro to call thlachaneo? Isit not rather a lesson intended to stimulato faith and hope, and teach us nover to despair, siuco in tho darkest moment, when tho waves dash and tho winds roar, and a gulf BccmA closing over our heads thcro may bo on albatroHs near. d d Afflicted, Attention 2 DR. GANN'S REMEDIES II V WILL. CUKU AM CAHU. Ily Ibe lcullsrly srorded adverlltemenltef rival CU'I Otttfn of A. T 8TCW1UT routes, which ara liable to derelve Ibe public Cniciou, 111 , Juno 4, ISO, The Mioelest CKtnttit IVj.. JWcifo, l ilntri F -- I take tilcavaire Inlnfcrmlni? you natl West Is theand lulrkeel Itoule from Clncln. UcnticMcn that I havo used Hall a Catarrh Cum. It baa don't bealtale to cured rne I wa.t Tery bad-a- rid eay'-ha-t It will cur anycaaoot Catarrh If taken & MISSISSIPPI W. Yours truly, rrvtatrly. J, 11 WctTntaroaa, A ItOTTLE. WOBTII 810 10 Hours Hare haul E. Mrssur, Jackson, Ulch., write Catarrh for St) years. HaU'aL'atarrhCurecunid bottle. run. Consider It worth $1UU I boltln. all DrureltUat 54 rt Vanufartured CO. anht by T J CUKKUY Hours tbetd of sll other Usee. Ulo lTvortators, TOLEDO, OHIO. -- f Ielly Tislns, with noebsngt of cars for say For tale In Stan lord by Peony A Uc A lister. S clasaolpaswngera. Dally Trains le Ixulsvllle, with free Parlor Cart. Pally Trains lo Kvantvllle, 4 hours In ad vance of sll other routes, wllh one leas change of cars. Dally Trains to Cairo, 7 hours quicker thsa any other line, aud no cbssgs of csrm. ! Daily Trslns to New Orleans. No change of cars (rem Cincinnati, ql"CKKK """ Cnlt, FOR TIIK MILLION. Konteeto 12 HOUrS J I ul ir Cincinnati to St. Louis 3 2 2 MANUKACTUItKD W K, OAHN, M MONTICEI.LO. KY. Let Time on It'anCTiQ l., rvailadS Pifu Two Hours Irs change of the Uliy rus,sud cui than by olber lines. Lonei paid in 31 years $31,000,000.00 in U. S. exceed Solid, l'roniiit ami Honorable. 1'ttjn losses without J0 ilnjs' discount. Does the Leading American Policies written by The worll It Slled with tbs wonderful, Uaull-fulan- d Intricate Inventions ol msn, yet all the combined talent and genius that Ibe wurld has ever known baa oerer 1 reduced anything that can compare wttb "lr llann's lteue.Het " Mcllcal eklliandscleocehsve,u yet, tailed lo discover any thing euuel to them, for tba cure of the diseases for which tbey are rerummended. As Ibelr virtues sod usee sre wsleed br thousands through' out the length aud breadth ol tbe lend, andaa Standard kamllr Mnlklnca, they cannot be an I are fully tubsttulltlisl by tba Tbe O. .( M. It the only line with 4 Dally Trilna from Cincinnati to St. tauta, making direct connections In tba Union Ient (at St. Loulslwllb Mlseuurl PacISc lUllaay.St. louls. Iron Moun. lain A Southern llallway, Chicago A Alton Kail, road, Chicago, llurllogtou A (julncy Itallroad, Louis Katlroal, Wabash. M. Louis A Ps'ltSc Itallroad, Misaourl, Kansas A Tetas lull way, St Louis A San Fraurlaro Hallway. Imprest Thii Upon Your Memory. Tbt f). A' .V. It Ibe only line by which you rtn get through cart from Cloclnuatl to SL Louis Business. JOHN M. PHILIPS, alBYT-CLAH- S Agent. BIX OTUKK resented at lbs asm HI- - COMPANIES repagency. Bates reaaoosble. without paylog rttra tare In addition to money pall for ticket retee.or snr Inluimstlon, call on Ateols of connecting llnea. IIno Dr. Ghiiii'h t'otiKlt Njrriip. 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