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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 26, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883062601_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 26, 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. mm WuU fnlefiof BB? lonfmu. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUME X.-NU- MBER 510. A STANFORD, Chil-tfrt- KYM TUESDAY, JUNE Couldn't Bear It. 20, 1883. 158. Place Where the Hoodi are full of W. P. WILTON. - . . Editor and Proprietor i'ubUohnt Tttemtnut anil Vrltlnv; a,no lJ3ll ANNUM. aTTIaaaa ilon't win.l atampe In peftmnlnr Mffft lo Mike) chang. in.l llifn i( A traveler on horseback, attracted by a largo numlxr of children huddled around the door of an Arkansas cabin, stopped and asked nt a woman who suddenly appeared: It Lotta's first Lore. has been known to most of tho "Is this a "Did you lakoitforsich?" school-house- ?" not otf r IhtMi rcnl. What Nest f A novol nml interesting cntcrpriso wai liut neck brought to light thro' tlio medium of n Now York civil engineer, who Is hero in connection with tho establishment of n pneumatic pitxj lino Iwtweon Now York nml Chicago. Tho plana, aa partly (level-e- l, iron pipo are to lay a four-incior the purpose of transmitting letters, messages, grain samples, jewelry nml other light parcels at a maximum tar-i- ll of ten cent for packages and five cent for letter, etc. Way stations will bo established nt Clovcland, Huf-faland possibly ono other point. The pipo will be tho ordinary tubular kind in common use, and tho entire lino will Iks mado perfectly with brass stations at tho points named. The Ikjxcs for tho conveyance of h nir-tigh- messages will Iw mndo from solo i ., 5 leather, with wool air rcsistcrs, as Kn mod in short pnoumitio tube.'. borsopowcr, to gincs of twenty-fivwill be placed at drive tho tho termini, and smaller ones at tho way stations. Seventeen patents for various doviccs havo been accural by tho originators of tho tchemo and no doubt somo of them will bo mado availablo in working tho line. Tho plan of operating, so far as revealed at present, will bo about as follows: Commencing at G o'clock A. m., Washington time, tho ltoxcs containing through packages will bo fed into tho IuIki at Chicago and blown toward Now York, whilo tho Chicago pump is filling tho tubo and tho New York pump ii exhausting tho air. Tho last box, started at Chicago at G:30, will have a patent signal attachment, which, at Clovcland, automatically Tho local announces its arrival. boxes are thoso inserted there, and later on, at llullalo. Tho last box will arrive at New York at 10 o'clock, tho trip being mado in about four hours. Then tho line is cleared for traflio for tho following four hours, and so on, alternately, day and night. It is expected that during cacli period of four hours a thousand boxes can Iks transmitted, each earning about 82 in freights, or S12 during tho twenty-fou- r hours, being an aggregato of 812,000 per day for tho line. Tho cost of operating is estimated at only 81,125 daily, which include, three hundred pipe section men (repairers), fifty station operators, and 100 delivery and colhenco tho not lection messengers, earnings can reach tho enormous of 83,000,000 annually at least it is thus figured out on paper. l!ut oven allowing a very wido margin for errors and omissions, tho profit of operating tho Pneumatic Pipe Lino promises to bo very largo. Tho cost of laying tho lino will bo something less than 81,000 per mile, and tho entiro plant will not exceed Tho projectors confident8 1,250,000. ly anticipate mi immediato profit of 20 per cent, upon tho investment. A SntiKiNd Fkminink Thait. rather curious psychologic discovery was made last week at tho Ikttery tiwimmicg Bath during u thunderstorm, and it was that all tho girls with ono accord camo precipitately out of tho water when it commenced to rain for tear thoy would got wot. This led to tho philosophical remark of n policoman, that whorover a woman may bo whoti it thunders, sho always wants to go somowhero else. This has uo doubt been often noticed, but it has never been so well expressed. Tho savants who havo chargo of tho swimming-baths record it as a uoticablo superiority of the girls over theboys that they always know enough to como in when it rains. N. Y. World. Tho possibilities of spoiling aro illustrated by a professor in San Francisco, who declares that "Qhoughph. theightteau" is a correct spelling of "potato." Ho proves it thus: Oh stands for p as you find from tho last two letters in hiccough. Ough standi for o as in dough, l'hth stands for t ai in phthisis. Etgli stands for a ns neighbor. Tto standi for tai In gazette, and oau stands for o as in leaii. Talos Out of School. CiUrrh U the seed of coniiiuilloii, and udUm liken in time U a my dangerous diKtfw, Utll's Catarrh Curo never fall to cur. Pries 78o Bold ly Penny & west-bouu- d to "Yes, considering tho number of children." "Well, I rcckin you've a right to your opinion." "Hut is it a school ?" "No, it ain't." "Aro thoso children yours?" "I rcckin thoy thoy air. 'Peers to mo that way, anyhow." "How do yon make n living for all of them?" "I don't. I turns 'cm nut an' lets 'cm scratch." "What do thoy got to cat ?" "Hues an' sich." "Como my good woman you are trying to joko inc. lama stranger in this country and I really asked for information. I havo often heard of squatters. I).) you !c!ong ts that family I" "I rcckin I do, for I squat sometimes an' comb my har when the children air asleep." "Wboros your husband ?" "In town." "In business tbero?" "Yes. I rcckin." "How long has it been sinco'yoif saw him ?" "About a year." "About a year." The Prirate Soldier. "Why doesn't ho come toseo you?" Ono day tho private soldier will seo them deputy mar"Well, you tins came along ono day an' seed him shino resplendent, a blazing planet biliu' somo corn in a kittlo, an' 'lowed ho was makin' whisky, so they tuck him along. Look out thar 1" Tho stranger dodged, hut not quite soon enough. A boy fell from a tree under which the stranger bad stopped and struck him on tho shoulder. "I didn't know ho was there," said tho traveler, regarding with astonishment tho youngster, who arose to bis feet and liegan to throw dutt , at tho horso. you did," tho woman replied, "butlemmo tell you, tho woods is full of 'cm, an thoy're liablo to drap on you at any minit, an' as it ain't safe to stay in tho timber, you'd better take tho big road an' mosey. Good day. You Iko,put that lizzard down. Kph, that ar friends of littlo Mis Lntla during the past two or thrro years that her spir its havo been steadily declining. Sho has played with usual vivacity upon tho stago, hut sho has been sorrowful, almost morose, off it, for n long time. A prominent manager said yesterday: "About ten years ngo Lotta fell head over ears in lovo with a young olcxcollcnt family. Ho loved her witli equal passion. His parents, however, disdained tho littlo actress, partly on account of her profession, partly on acconut of tho ilisrcpu-labl- o old man, Crabtrcc, who called himself her father. Hut thoy wcro devoted to each other. Tho wedding-da- y was appointed. Sho reposed in him tho fullest confidence, but ono night ho disappeared with 813,000 of her monoy. Search was mado and it was found that ho had lost it all in a gambling den. It was n cruel blow to poor Lotta. His paronts reimbursed tho littlo girl, but it wasn't tho money sho wanted. Nobody could civo her back her faith in mankind. By nnd-btho Philadolphiiui died suddenly, I'vo heard. Ho called for a farewell kiss of Lotta on his death nev er know it. Wbencversho goes to Phil adelphia she devotes ono day to visiting his grave, heavily veiled, covering the grava with flowers and sobbing to herself until tho sky darkens and she goes back to tho theatre That's the story of Lotta 'sunhappiucss and you'll ngrco it's sad, not to say romantic," Pliila-dclphian y A farmer came into a grocery stoio tho other day and exhibited to the oyca of an admiring crowd an enormous egg, about six inches long, which ho avowed to havo been laid by ono of his own liens. He had it packed in cotton, and wouldn't allow anybody to handlo it for fear of breaking tho phenomenon. Tho grocery man exnmincd it witli the rest, and intending (o chaff tho countryman, said, "Pshaw! I'vo got something in tho egg lino that will beat that." you 85 you haven't" said "I'll tho countryman, getting excited. "Tako it up," replied tho grocery man, and going lichind the counter, ho brought out a wiro egg beater. "Thcro's soraothing in the egg line that will beat it, I guess," said be, reaching out for tho stakes. "Hold on there," said tho farmer, "let's see you beat it," and he banded it to tho grocer. Tho latter held out his hand for it, but dropped it in surprise on tho counter, whero it broko two soup plates nnd a platter. It was of solid iron, painted white. "Somo folks think they aro darna-tincute," muttered the farmer as be pocketed tho stakes and lit out, "but 'taint no ueo buckin' against tho solid facts.- "- Chafl. lt Tirtntfour 0' Clock. The Cloveland, Akron it Columbus Railroad Co. havo recently issued n new timo card, based on tho twenty-fou- r hour system tint of numbering tho hours of tho day from ono to twenty-four, instead of making two divisions of twelve hours, each designated or distinguished as Anto Meridian and Post Meridian A. m. and r. M. The day begins at midnight, as under tho common system, but there is no possibility of confusion between forenoon and afternoon hours. Tho great advantago of this schemo in n railroad timo tablo will lo soon at once: 7 A. M. ia frequently misprinted or misunderstood, whilo no ono will confound 7 o'clock witli 17 o'clock. Any watch or clock can Ik adapted to tho system by simply putting tho extension of tho hours in a circle just of those already on tho faco. The exterior numbers will then bo consulted up to 12 o'clock (noon), and the interior ones for tho remainder of the day. in-si- WALL PAPER! TRIMMED AND HEADY TO PUT ON, M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S Druggists and ttookscllcrs, Opora Honso Blook, Stanford, Ky ..... H. Stanford, G. - RUPLEY Kentucky, MERCHANT TAH.OR, It Cured the Rhcumatiz. Peoplo havo all sorts of motives for becoming religious, but if tho follow ing lines aro true, religion will be in o greater demand than ever. Tho happened to a colored sister, to l)e sure, but thero is no reason why the African should not be peculiarly favor ed. Thero is one warning to be observed, however viz., that if some men should become religious all of a sudden, the shock would be so great that they might not bo ablo to endure it. The song runs: mir-acl- n Groceries, Provisions, &c., AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - Ko Discount There. "I don't rcckin tar-ripin- 'll bite you if you put your finmouth. Drop that scorpion, John, an' blow Tommy's nose. Nick, don't chaw that vine, fur it'll Arkansas Traveler. pizen yer." ger in liia Definitions. against the nebulous background of half forgotten field and line officers. o It has been ever tho fate of the soldier. Napoleon is dead and all his 'marshals aro dead. Hut tho private soldier who fought under "Tho Littlo Corporal" nt Waterloo is ho not found in every Stato 7 Tho "Iron Duke" is dead, but does not tho last surviving soldier of "The Guards" die iu somo placo nearly every month? Washington is dead, but his body servant, is not his namo Legion, of Legion county? And so somo day tho last general who fought in tho war of rebellion will pass away, the final colonel, much against his will must die. Majors and captains will join tho innumeral caravan; but tho last surviving privato soldier of overy regiment that fought anywhoro will never leavo us, but will livo embalmed in tho pcrenial paragraph: "Till tho suns shall rise and set no moro." Robert J. Hurdette. pri-vat- Early Rising Hath. Tho lovcler a tub in which king, burgher and peasant look and act alike Hummer. A philosopher; tho latter-day namo for a modern Diogenes, derived from tho Oreek word TitaMp. Soldier. A machine working automatically; powerful for autocrats; powerless for democrats. Thioviug. A too visihlo appropriation of another person's goods; called speculation whea artistically done. Honor. Au invisible quality that men swear by, not act by; a colloquial phrase. Army. A conglomeration of atoms, that ono atom may raiso itself nlwvo tho others. term, Happiness. Au abstract meaning absence of misery. llluo Wood. A lifo stream tinged bluo with tho dregs of centuries. Politician. A human fac similo ot tho Keeley motor; a thing of promiso Tho Judge. and of littlo worth. A Bu's Composition on Hens. Hens is a curious auinmls. Thoy don't havo no nose, no teeth, nor no Thoy swallow their vittiea ears. wholo, ami chow it up iu their crops iusido of cm Tho outside ot hons ia geurcrly put into pillcrs and inter feather dustcra, Tho inside of a hen is gerncrally filled up with marbles s and and such. A hen is very much smaller than a good many other animals, but they will dig up moro tomato plants than anything that ain't a lieu, Hens is very uslul to lay eggs for plum pudding. Skinny Hates eat so much plum pudding onco that it sot him into the collery. Hens have got wings and can ily when they nro scart I cut my Uncle William's lion's nea oil with a hatchet, and it scart her to death. Hens sometimes makes very fine spring chickens. shirt-button- and Late Reining. It is a mistako to both rise early and sit up lato. The rising early is a good habit of life, if it does not mean robbing naturo of her opportunity to recruit the exhausted strength of brain and body, by prolonging sleep when the necessary luxury is at length enjoyed. There would appear to 1)0 somo need of remonstranco on this score. Tho fashion qf tho day favors early rising and tho manly "tub;" but thoso who riso early havo, for tho most part, sat up prodigiously.Iate, aud tho tub is chiefly appreciated becauso it rouses tho system aud makes it feel and feelings aro very Jcceptivo strong and vigorous. This is burning tho candlo ut both ends. If wo must sit up half tho night it would be better to sleep half the day, than to riso betimes and go iu for arduous labor after insufficient rest. Early rising is not good, but harmful Lancet. without early resting. Tin: Wink Statk. California is fast coming to tho front as tho great wino producing country of America. Duriug tho year 1881 tho vintago was estimated nt 9,000,000 gallons, and for 1882 it was supposed to havo been between 10,000,000 and 11,000,000 gallons. Considerably moro thau two- thirds is used at homo, whilo the rest is exported, chiefly to tho Eastern cities. Tho effect of tho California vintage is certainly felt in France, as within tho last two or threo years the falling oil iu tho exports ot chain paguo wines to tho United States has been marked. It is predicted that within ten years a large part of tho wino drunk in America will be produced iu California. Ily the United States standard, 2, 150 cubio inches make a bushel; cubio inches make a cubio foot. Therefore, to moasuro grain in a biu, multiply the number of feet in the width of tho bin by tho length aud tho result by tho depth, and thou divide the u umber by five aud multiply the quotient by four, which number will give the quantity iu buahela. 8 While the democrats aro considering tho propriety of "a tariff for revenue only," tho republicans havo gtv- eu us a tariff without revonue. The Treasury beeins to look' like tho col lection box ol a colored church, or tho Sunday-scho- ol after the circus baa loft town. St. Louis Post-Dispat- ch. A few weeks since a railroad collision on ono of tho roads leading out of New York, killed, among others, a ISIoclr, passenger living in an interior town. were sent homo in good His remains shape, and a fow days after tho funerOh, litter Mary, w'en iba rli Dealrea to call attention to the Large and Coraprehenalra Stock of al tho attorney of tho road called upon (she is supposed to have been on tho widow to effect a settlement. She her knees in tho midst of a revival) - GroccricH, CoiiicctloucrlcH, Tobacco, CiKitrH, Ac. placed her figure nt 820,000. Bhuck her flat a! Ie rheumatli, Which he keeia always on band. Mate ipeclally ol Handling Ooods at Wholesale on Small rroSia. An' flew awa jr otr da turnip pilch Ooodadellrercd within town limits free or charge. "Oh! that sura is unreasonable," bealxjnly latch. On her wr to lift da replied tho attornoy. "Your husband Oh, nit on jour kneo, pore ilnner luin, An' inikt mora to Jlne da ban. was nearly fifty years old." "Yes, sir." KisdiNQ hy Telephone. An Iolame." "And "kissing by wa paper describes "Yes." tho experiment being carried "And his general health was poor." on between tho towns of Lyons and "Quito poor." .A-IEriClinton, os follows: D "And he probably would not have He (in Lyons): "Is that jou dearlived over five years." est?" Nice of Horses and Fine Turnouts. Rates rea- "Probably not sir." She (in Clinton). "Yes, love." soimblc. to mo that two or raouth-pie- co "Then it seems to He. "Put tho threo thousand dollars would bo a fair your lips." compensation." She. "Yes; what?" "Two or three thousand dollarsl" Ho (kisses). "That!" Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in "Why, sir, I courted sho echoed. She. "Oh, my! Wasn't that lightthat man for ten years, run after ning?" him for ten more, and had to chase He. "Did you get it, dearest?" And can supply it in any quantity. She. "Yes, lovo cool and distant him down with a shot gun to get him A. ICy. before a preacherl Do you suppose but so sweet. Call again." that I'm going to settle for the bare In a short timo army laundresses cost of shoe leather and ammunition?" will be a thing of the past. Five years Wall Street News. atro uoncress wean tue aoomion oi He was a Buffalo man. Tho school this class of camp followers, but perteacher had been talking about finance mitted the retentiou of those whoso -to her scholars aud young John came husbands were soldiers until the ex IK4I.FJtS IN- home to ask: piration of the term of enlistments of "Father, is thero such a thing as a the latter. The time thus specified call loan?" expired on tho 18th of this month; and "Yes, of course." on that dato issues of rations to laundresses ceased and women will not be "Well, what is it?" "Why, old Swipes, the doctor, allowed to follow the troops in that comes bustling in some afternoon capacity. noto to meet needs just fifty rnoro ed rake will kill moro An hand it back next day and I'm fool weeds iu a garden in an hour than a enough to lend it. That's the loan hoe can kill in threo hours if both aro part of it. used when the weeds aro just showing "Yes." their green leaves abovo tho surface, "I wait two weeks, need tho monoy and more thau the boo could kill in Limo, Coment, Field Sootls, Plows and Farming and call at his office He isn't in. I all day ten days later. Such a rake Salt, Implements. Call and aoo tho gonnino Hamilton Plow. I call again, he is out. I call forty will ruu over corn, peas, potatoes, onor fifty times, always miss biro; call to ions, carrots and beets until they are him on the street and he doesn t hear; two or three inches high, without inand jury, excepting to the weeds. call him an infernal dead-be- at that ends it. There's the call and A Chicago glove merchant employs there's tho loau aud hero's the idiot. girls for clerks. They average well alll"-W- alI Nows. Street That's in good looks, but have remarkably kind of a lie trom au ungod- big hands. "I won't employ them," A now -- AT"There is in said ho. "If they can wear less than ly Missouri paper: Schuyler, county, Mo., a young man, No. 8 gloves. I mean that their who without apparent cause, living hands shall always be larger thau plainly on a farm, has iu eighteen thoso of tho customers, who are flatyears passed through the physical tered by the contrast, and thereby changes of four score. At tho age of put into a good humor for making six ho bad all the developments of pu rehases FOItstrength aud musclo of a lad of fifteen. A mucilage composed as follows At twelve his beard was grown and will unito wood, porcelian, or gray hairs appeared. Now, at eighFight und a half ounces of gum ara teen, ho is as decrepit as an old man bio iu strong solution, twenty grains of eighty and seems totteriug on tho of solution of alumina dissolved iu verge of tho grave." of an ounco of wator. South Hernera, the famous light-hoas- o Inquirer: What objection is thero Such as Oliver Flows, Meikle and Avery Double Shovel, and the Irinkley of tho Hebrides, is visited only to going a fishing ou Sunday? What? Turning and Single and Double Shovel and Harrow combined. twico a year by tho supply ship and Why, the objection that you'ro likely No farmer should be without it. onco a Year br tho priest, on account to unci all tho good places occupied. of the difficulty ot landing even a life PU.EsTpTlES I PILES! boat on the coast. Tho entire popuDrmlitu'u Aew Itlneoreru for lation of the island does not exceed la 1 radical cbao troia the old reuiedlM ot Ii twenty persons. They live mostly on benitoror In um. The IHaniTtrjand tba rtiult Intcillgatlou jeartofi'atltutMlfulUotuJr tho eggs of wild fowl, flesh and milk. Into tna character or tbli painful dUeaae. To (onA Storms rage for more than half the line you ol IU peat uieilt, call on l'tuurYrruoo, Stanford, or W. M. Weber, JJI. the regiou Iwing noted for tor and (t a eaniple box frett ol charge. year, The lighthouse UImEUu Mace, oflliotton, 111., ia;i her And tlio Host Pinup in Tho Market, tlio May Hold nadoes and cyclones. hcpeleea coiuuui)tlie, but her uja stands ou tho summit of a crag 700 Elevator. tour bottle of Brown'a Kipecloraul curd ber. For feet above tho sea. A McAIUIer, HlanforJ, aud W. M. aala by IVnny Tho uurivalod Jowol Range Cook Stoves, Stop Stoves, Tin One of our best cltitent would sty to tba WUr, ML Veiiwo. ware, Bird Cages, Barbed and Annealod Wire, Alexander I'luiuutr, ot lUoouifleM, Ind., aire publlo tint he baa tried JUU's CsttrrhCure he regardt Uiowu'i tSiclorint the Uel couth and it is all tlitt ie claimed for It. Vtkt remedy he bai ertr uaed. For aale by l'euuy & Lime, Salt, Cement, Flatter Farii, &e. A geaeral stock of Grewles, Wooden, China and Qlauware. 75c per bottle, tt Penny A MeAIUter's. UcAlltter, Stanford, and W. M. Weber, MUYcrnon- tele-phon- EH. C. BRIGHT, St. Asaph STANFORD, - - - XiY., ww, Safe gFeed SJTIAJBILIEI! IHIIRIISniJSS SHOP. lot iO FOOTBS WOO& GOAL! T. NUNJkJEIiliEY, Stanford, A. OWSLEY & SON, Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queeusware. and Tinware, GlassWooden and Willowwaro, Stoves, Grates iron-tooth- Full line of Pocket and Tablo Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, OPEEA HOUSE BLOCK, HEADQUARTERS -- W. H. HIGGINS Farming Implements, one-hor- p Sholf Ilardwaro, Iron, Spokes, Horso Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, two-third- s Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking "Valley Corn Shelters, Ji. l'llf Evans' Corn Brills, Hand Corn Planters, dorsing my gospel and holding 13 ON ful man refuse to see this contrast with all M U hands in his own characteristic, eloquent LANCASTER KY. else he sees; or finding the perfect solution Offlro errr Clllitns National Bank. OlBca boura way. My heart warms every time I wrili from 9 to 12 a. u. anil from 1 to S r. u. in the word of God, refuse to believe it? his name and think how unselfishly he has The dear LOUD is steadily giving us fa8AM M. DUIIDETT, wrought to give me a chance. Dut for of Ephraim. A AfX'OUNia-At humanly speaking, I should have vor with our brethren him, LANCASTER, KY. hearing is all we ask. The Spirit of God had no hearing in England, Surely it was Will practice In (lirrinl mli'l aJJolulnirountln and the Truth of God will do the rest. But anj Court of Appeal'. Ml. jrj an inspiration in my dear friend, I. Peck Tho President ia said to have under "faith cometh by hearing" and for every U. O. KAUFPMAN, and Smith, of Brooklyn, to say to me nt our open car we praise Him who gives us acconaideration the removal of the new ATTOKNEY A.t LAW, rather fresh Internal Revenue commiss- last interview, "liro. Barnes, I must give cess to tho heart by the hearing ear. Still LANCASTER, KY. you a letter to William Noble," and the ioner. in Mattrr (VuiulMlonr (larrant Circuit Court. Will pray that utteranco be given. Ever practice In all lb Court of (larrarJ and adjoining Kyle Walker and Harry Reid, impli- good man sat down in my room, initantcr, Jesus, Geo. O. Baiines. counties and In tba Court of Appeals. cated in the murder of young True at Ve- and penned the epistle on one of my own to, Ala., were taken from jail Tim rsdaf "Praise the LOUD" sheets. I little thought then (who ever does?) what Iho letter night by a mub and hanged. The MIiuiippl River is on a terrible would lead tol The night of the day on which my last DEPARTMENT. rampage. The dike at St. Louis gave away, flooding the country for miles and a letter to the Intkuioii was wntten.dwcrves VJ3H1 aStlllor. ltOJI'X. particular notice. A few clergymen of tho number of towns are Inundated. i in Church of England, with a little band of LANCASTER. Lorillird's Iroquois was the winner J. T. Palmer has sold three threshing the race fortheStockbridzecup, valued at faithful women "Iaboriug in the goseI," three hundred sovereign?, and his A rami had agreed to meet at tho house of a gen- outfits for the 1. A J. ltumley Co. He contleman in Richmond for an received the machines Saturday. won in' tlio race for the Johnson plate. Lancaster and Stanford wero conced Heretofore Keal and Crafi havealways ference. This seemed the only way they Tm: nowspaper men of Richmond, occupied tho name cell but they have now could get together, busy at they were In ac- ed by telephone Friday last, hut because Va., havo becu making themselves ritive service for the Master. Tho object of of limbs, Ac, acrosa tho line Iho Instrudiculous again. Tho editor of the been separated, Craft being put in solitude the meeting was to obtain a fresh "baptism ments do not work yet. to contemplate his fearful but deserved State published somo pretty severe doom. of tho Spirit." My dear friend, Mr. John A protracted meeting is in progress at comments on Mahouo'a most pliant Craft's attorney hl.i notified him that Tod, of Jllghgatc, had an invitation lo tho llaplist church. Considerable interest tool tho editor of tho )fhig, who res Ihere are no ground to move for a rehear coma and bring me with him, if I woud Is being manifested no nddiiions as yet. ponded by calling him a liar. Then ing of his cane, and he must prepare for agree. The LOUD seemed to say to me at Itev. T. M. Vnughan, of Danville, is assistonce, 'j'jin yourself to this company," ami, ing the pastor. the blood thirsty State man challeng- his fate. Now let Gov. lilackburn name so, after my own icrvice was over, we took The (larrard Female College ipieulon Ihoday for tho choking. ed him to mortal combat and he acrail and sped away to Richmond on the is being agitated again. Articles of incorLouis Wnlden, tlio marshal of Tho conditions were that cepted. Ky,, was attacked by a danger-c- Thames, reaching it about 11 Ihe hour poration havo been filed and Trustees they should first firo nt seven paces character named li.iiuioii, und after appointed to begin. We were usheied In- elected. Suitable properly will be secured where refresh- at an early dale. and then advance firing till ono or having been thrown to thelloor, fired three to an elegant dining-room- , I expect to leave here very soon and ments were spread in great abundance and both fell or their charges wero ex- times, mortally wounding liannou. Postmaster General Oreliiii has di- variety. The reit of the company had just will place all Ihe accounts of Hemphill A hausted. This sounded pretty bilious Walden in Ihe hands of an officer for col rected his attention to the very loue way finished their meal and retired to the but strango as it may seem just as ev- in which Wo followed soon and found lection that aro not settled by July 1st. newspapers arc often handled hy g-room. I.iiiH'itHtor Iho ery thing was arranged and the place Hit) jioKtal eople. lie ia preparing to issue six clergymen of the EUablishmenl, a flco. L, Walden. 3t medical student with half a dozen ladles, Wheat harvest has begun in earnest. of meeting had been reached, au ofli-c- some vjry strict ordeis on tho subject. McDonald stepped ia awl arrested tho alleged Henderson and the two besides our IiohI and his wife. I will not The barley has nil been cut. Some far "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," billigersats asu the fun was. ended Johnsons stretched rope at Clarksville. give details of Ihe meeting. Ksv. Evan mers aro complaining that the rust is In Hopkins presided in Enghnd their LANCAB1EK, KY. just it had been hoped and proba- Ark., Friday for the murder of Conductor and America as ono of the leaders in Ihe juring crop of wheat.thisThe prospects for a large year are very flitcorn Cain, while robbing a train on Ihe Little bly iutended to be. Such transparent Itock and Port Smith railroad. They "Holiness" movement. Ho issimply lovo- - tering. doings ought and no doubt will bring made full confessions some weeka ago. ly a woid that has an effeminate ound,but A man by the name of Ilrumuiett was thocodo into just reputo in tho old The Democrat saya that the eight wen the only one that describes him a true tried before Judge Singleton, Saturday, n man of God, whose very pretence seems to charged with malicious cutting ou the Proprietors- fust sentenced at Ml. Sterling to the peniof J'.b. Doty. Drummed was held in a tentiary for life have 10 children, and that bring an atmosphere of love and "fellow Thk Arkansas train robbers and when their wives and little ones went to the ship with the Father" along with it . Two bgnd of $100 to answer an indictment thai ONE 1IUNDI1ED murderers who were huug Friday look train to bid them good-bytho bystanders of the young clergymen are on the point of may be found against him at the neat term ! departure for the Nyanzi, in the heirt of of the Circuit Court. tho matter very cooly, Ono of them wept like Utile Lilies at the On lbs Last Sunday morning a Utile son of Africa, and hungry to he furnished with said to tho sheriff, while standing with parting. Mian 0. McAulilT was waylaid and spiritual power for the work. When my Esquire James A. Iloulware, near 1'aint Stanford & Preachersville Turnpike, the noose around his neck, "Hurry outraged nar Mayiivlllo Friday by a negro time catuo I could only speak what I Lick, was milking a cow; he had atepiied Taro miles Iroiu Hlacford. lllglirat wages pilJ, up, old boy, it Is mlglity hot hero. lieml, who escaped acrots the river. A knew, Itstcincd at firsto discordant sound, away from her about 20 feet when she was aud laid every SOdtjs 1WWIS HVI,hllA. 'ieu, said another, "hurry up, wo man answering Ibo description was after. but the LOUD gave liberty nod power and struck and killed hy lightning. Onj side OOHIl haven't been in tho sun for somo ward captured at Kinky, O,ou learning it was not long beforo all seemtd to take of the little hoy waa numbed by Ihe shock timo. ' Tho third added, "Well, it which a ciowd of Incensed citizens char- the deepest interest in what tho LOUD had hutliQ was not seriously Injured. This is County duurt day. Italn Ibis will booh be over, that's ono good tered a boat atMayaville Saturday and taught me. At 1 o'clock, after a loving attention to We will now r thing." And with theso words on were on the oInt of going to Itlpley, when and harmonious conference, in which all moruiug stopped farmers from (heir work roUMTOM telegram was received announcing his received hy faith what they came for, yet and a good many of them aro In town. a their tongues the bolt was drawn nnd removal We roinlie lo giro satiibctlon. abd vlim dlrtd to Georgetown, O. In a very different way fioui what some of There Is not much stock on the market. will la l'atcul flour tut WbeaL Can mat the iueviUblo "dull thud" ended tho A plan has Iwen agreed upon for the them expected, the ladies went to bed and Wo miss very much the pleasant face of ellber boiled or uutwlled meal. 110MeAMNIT.K A NAl.I.l'.E. conversation. rearrangement of the Internal ltmnue the gentlemen took n stroll in the lovely Mr. T, It, Walton, manager of districts. Forty-twof the 120 dlitrlcts park until 7 o'clock, when our earliest the Intehioii Journal, from our Court toOhio has a law, just in effect, making it a felouy to bo a tramp aud will be abolished and Iho territory couiios- - tralu was to leave. The Queen has a grand day. Tom was the great favorite of the punishable on conviction at imprison- ed by them added to adjoining districts. park at Richmond, with scores of deer lu newspaper men who came to our town, I bareoptuod a very couiprcbcutlvo tins of lbs ment from one to tbreo years m the As regards Collectors Ihe general rule will II; noble oaks, lovely groves of greenest among our eople. Success to him In his latest and bandsouiialilyltavf MMiitenthury. Tho first man tried iu be to drop thoso who hare been In the ser- graas and at (hat early hour, hundreds of new home. Society Notbs Miss 1111 Tyree, of SPUING AND BUMMER MILLINERY Cincinnati for tho oflenso got a year vice lougest. It Is said that Gen, Lan- - rabbits hopping arouud in a very lively liroiddus, of And Invite all Ibe ladles to call aud faauilof, Tim Hrnarv nrloitfiniF Ilia . Hustonvllle, ami Mrs. Is a good law, dram, who ban been at Washington several manner. ..,.. ,.... . ..... w asd six months. It uu vr uo, a niee rtatouauie. which ought to bo enforced in nil tho days, has returiieJ, aitUCed lhat he will Thames Is the lovllest Imaginable, I had MadUou county, aro visiting their sister, wuaiuer lutjr MISS UKI.I.Ii HVaillCN. Ill Mrs, John Finnell, of this place. Miu Neat dour tolr Lee Hulluuu'eiilUce, elaulord not ba consolidated out. Stales. fur my companion ono of the African ml Tub platform adopted by tho tlora; . It is Iclrsrspheil from Wellington lonnrles anil we had a glorious talk. Maggie Newtnnd, of Stanford, Is visiting ocrata of Ohio gives tho Hon. Henry tlmt onlj ono f.mrth as ranch wlilak will fell as If I was talking to thousands of Mrs. J. T, Palmer. Several of the friends of be mvli llilajear Mutual. Tho amount heathen through him. He knew very lit Miss Msggle Dunn, from this plsce, will WatteriOH a chanco to qualify b!m QTjVaSTFOiaD, ICY. la fii.l it 7,000,000 gallon anil the con- - tle of,what'th LORD had taught me, hut attend her wedding at Richmond, en hex! self. Thoso who have read bis strong sumption st 12,000,000 Kalians. before we parted lie gave me Ids hand that Thursday. She has been quite n favorite Tuesday Morning, Juno 20, 1883 appeals for "a tnrid for roventio only" IPHABM.C!GTa The distance from Illchmonil ti. Win he would henceforth follow on the lines of In Iho society of this place Mr. and Mrs. ho was opposed to having clitstrr nnd imagined In lmlsvillo In nine truth indicated In our conference. I praise W. M Bogle, who havo been visiting relaW. P. WALTON. EDITOR rnuLKss iw- tho tnrid adjusted so thnt while nf-- miles sliorltr limn li way of Hie Rich-mo- the dear LOUD for that slrrplewliut l tives In this place for several days, left fur DrnicH, Books, Stationery lirsnrh nnd KiioxtIIIs rrm.l, the Utlu night nt Richmond. Only He knows Hustonvlllf, Thursday. They will return fording tho necessary revenuo, it Hon. Unor.ui: Hoapia waa .Vs:"IMrM JQWAr tZJ-A- L HUtl Jt ftnoy Aruoiea. tho ter lln 130 mllM snd the farmer 130. what Musing will come ont of It. I reach- to their home nt Williamsburg In day. hy acclamation on tlio second would nt tlio samo timo cncounigo I'lijajilan' rrrwilptlftii amtrslrly romfmimM. The Ifrnlnckjr Central route will also Ik) ed Kharklcwtlt Lane In ample lima for our Victor Wherrilt goo with Ihem to send M ballot forUoveraer of Ohio liy tlio weaker of our industries and givo a four hntiw shorter in time. Iliclimnml 0 o'clock break fail, undrewed, went lied lo a fewdsys In hunllnir. Mrs. wko fat osee showed great just compensation to labor. Tho In ltcjjlaler. democrat, nnd slept lilt 3 v ,, when I got up "freah Kva Moloney, nf (Julnnsinnnl, W. Vn , i.n:ivi:i.i:itsi I ITo 11 n ration Journal iticlf and through wisdom ia their selection. n daisy" nnd ready for Highgatn nt and Mist Bailie Grant, nf Flnoaslle, Vn., man of brood views and of nn intel- its excellent lieutenant, J. II., bns nil FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE night. Praise the LOUD. "SdHeglvelh are villlnc their brother, Dr J. W. (Irani, Iigcst Stork of Wnlrlies, Ills Moved sleep" When my readers of Ibis plsce lectual capacity far nlxivo the guber nlmig held to the latter ilnclrine, Clocks, Jewelry ,t Mltrrnaro "IMIAIHU MM 1 13 TOItO" that we are about the latitude of nntnrial nominee Paint Litk. recently given by which lms been fully embodied in tho t.tcr I.tmuM In llils mirlrt 1'rlrM Isirr than 10M Lank. 1 Lihrador, where KHiulmnux live, Ihej Itis lwr,l Waltliss, llnrVa anil Jewtlry Ho. The proudest man now on the globe In tlio democracy of tlmt Htnto. Ho lms platform referred to, nnd which h now . ""JrWJw" Dai.tton, Lonixw, K. June lib, '8.1 will not Iks astonished when I ssy wc have hoit ii. .ii. mi. Warrtnlr.1 lirt-loMr. Ike Arnold, over the advent of a bounlol- - Prar hit rfor: not becu an office seeker but lms sev endorsed by Mr. Waltcrson as very little night nt this season of the year. cing big boy, List night was Ihe closing rcrvlcoof It is twilight at 10 and broad daylight at .1, eral limes been called to fill impor- - Ions: 'Of tlio platform, as n whole, Miss, Maggie Smith has gone to Ml it is needless to sneak. It is n J mini nn eight days' temperance meeting in Kz and the five hours nf night, even, not very Vernon, In spend n few weeks with rela tnnt positions by thoso who knew his eler Hall. More than a month ago I had worth. As a legislator, a judgo nnd n bio. Of tho tariff clauso, I can only given a promise to lake part in it and speak dark. The gloom of the long winter nights tives. Mrs Sawney Iturdelle, Mrs O'Bin lawyer bo stands ns high ns any man eny that tho party next year can do on tho "Gospel as the power of God unto pays nil luck when it comes. I prefer on and Mr. Dsn llurdrlls me the guests of more of an equality In tho distribution, I Mrs. R. II. Ililson. in Ohio, and it is confidently asserted no heller than copy it. It is, in all sit ration to rescuo Ihe enslaved." This must confess. How wonderful the provis Your Informant was n little oil when that ho will le olected over Foraker, respects, prcfcrnblo to tho tnrid plank was exactly in my Una nnd I was glad to Ion the LOUD has made In that mighty he (old you of the marriage of Miss Emgiro my testimony. Messrs. Francis and tho republican nominee, by a big "m- of 1876, from which that of 1880 Gulf Stream that laves theso shores mak- ma Swope nnd Mr. Alvah I'ullint. Hho Thomas K. Murphy have been Iho Central ing otherwise ! uninhabitable iro nnd snow left here Friday morning for your city, on ajority. Tlio only thing that can be was taken, nnd expresses with precis figures in theso meeting nnd I had Ihe wastes green nnd nourishing ns the "garden ion tho meaning of tariff revision nnd said against Judgo I fondly is that bo n visit In friends; ho Is still here honor of being preceded by the father and Wo would jud-f- i from Ihe way that is rather a recent recruit to the ranks tax reform ns they are understood hy succeeded by the ran last night. Wo had oflhe LOUD!" The LOUD knew where tho sons of Abraham would need a quiet Ihe reporter Much i lor Ihe Hfginlrr at Ibis place Although born a thoso democrats who ilenounco the twenty minutes each assigned to us, hut the spot to recuperate of democracy. exhausted energies and was titling up ton beautiful widow last inelder Murphy has so long been a public gather fresh Mitir-riHl-, democrat,, lira slavery question made, present &yatem as n ninatcrpicco of Miulo ol tho Very huy tlin Minmiileu. strength to people nnd subdue Thursday, nt tho reception that he has him a republican about tho beginning justico, inequality nnd fatso pretense pet that he doubled his 20, at Ihe call of tho earth "Who is like Israel, hoo0rxl irjou want been Inking lessons in short hand courting uraltli Miwlilnc, tiny HiM'liHiiiplnii. "go on." This rather abridged the rent nf is the LOUD?" of tho war, and ho acted with that It is taken for granted tho clauso was Ifyoii until n.lliirlilim wlilrli Iiiih dono Korul mtvIcp In IIiIm under Protestor O. W. Klnnard. u, hut I got an opportunity to read dear There is thing that astounds ns every party till tho presidential election of drawn by Judgo Hoadly himself, nsit Natli Woodcock's last letter lo mewhich We had the pleasure nf llng present county Tor "22 roiiKCciillto jciiry," liny llin CliHiiipInu, time we go into the streets. There are at the reception given by Mr D. G SlaughIi"jou mini (linMroiiKt-M- t anil nl Iio Niiiun lluiv lln Ugliext of bis clear-c- ut 1S7C when ho worked and voted for Ikmus tho impress was the best sermon I could preach. The style, and perfect comprehension of tho dear fellow, when he wrote it, little dream- children in other cities and countries, but ter and wife lo Mr G. W. Kiiinarl and Itiimihij; anil Im'hI Italiuirril Murliliit, luy iho (!iiiiiiploii. Tilden and Hendricks and has since here I hey literally swarm. The overflow wife last Thursday night The rain pourITyou aiaiit a Mucliliu; Hint nlll linrtcNt MtirccMMfiilly crcry ed of preaching with power to 3,000 people been a true and consistent democrat. subject." of the prolific houses fills the streets. We ed down in torrents during Ihe ofcropw, uiulcr Iho most iiurmorithlo. HrciiniNlitnci-M- , Imy evening, letter was the Hall, hut Tho rest of tho ticket is as follows: Those who have been compelled to in Kielerthe evening that did more good have a short-cu- t home to the tram, hy way which krpt a good many awav, but about the Champion. and of a narrow street called Wellington, nnd six Ihe clouds began to snallerandat seven For Lt. Governor, John 0. Warwick, enduro tho torturo of listening to tho feature of II you want a .llitclilmt for outline Itnrlry, OiiIn, Ulirnl. llyo than alt tho rest of the talks combined. here, whenever the weather Is nt nil favor not n large but a very good looking crowd of Stark; Supremo Court, short term, oxcruciatiug nniso of nn able-bodHint imy IwohnrxcN can pull, huy Iho MrIiI Onlcr-('u-t After reading it, In a few words I plainly able, we lust have to lake Ihe middle cf Champion M. D. FoMett, of Washington; snorer, will be glad to learn that one stated tho rort of gospel that saved him, the street, for Ihe children have the side- congregated at tho beautiful residence of Ihe host. Alter the congratulations, of evany hluil of If you uuut u .flower that uIIIiIokoimI Court, long term, Sclwyn N. of them cntno uenr getting into trouble bringing out the scripliiralstalnutntaliarp-l- y walks, and we have lo mako circuits and ery one the doors of Ibo epicinus dining graxs or loor, huy Iho Champion .11out. that God had nothing whatever against Owen, of William?; Clerk of Su- in New York. Tho occupants of n weave In nnd out, even then, to ecae room was Ihrowu open and Mr Slaughter ITynii wuntn MiK'hiuo lo trim a hoilgc, huy Iho Now Champreme Court, J. W. Cruiksliank, nf whole floor of a hotel wero disturbed the sinner on the sin question; that having jumping ropes, tops and hoom. And so it said, "boys grab your girls. ' It would be pion Mowor. been "finished" by a perfect settlement on Doubt- useless; fur us is In London wherever one goss. Miami; Attornoy General, James by his music ami a warrant was sworn lo attempt In give a minute Call on tm lor ;noil ri'iitlliir; mutlorfroo, anil looU nl our the Cross; and now Iho SON qiiealion was Lawrence, of Cuyahoga; Auditor of out ngaint hint for disturbing tho the only unsettled point and that could so less the children live more In the open air description of the supper as words are in uhclhcr joti at Mi In huy or mil. UcMpt'i'tiiiliy. State, Emil Kieeewetter, of Franklin; peaco but on bis arrest nnd arraign easily be ndjusted by Iho confession of His than ours; witness the rosy cheeks mi com adequate, but Ihe table was heavily lidened Rut that don't cover the difference with so many good things it was hard fur Treasurer of- - State, Peter Brady, of ment for trial tho judge dismissed the dear name, that all were left without ex- moii. that astounds us at every turn. Nothing one to decide what lo lake first, though could only perish hy deliberate Sandusky; for School Commissioner, caso becauso it was not a statuary of- - cuse and explains it but the Anglo-Isra- el theory, wo noticed lhat one young lady was pas L. D. Brown, of Butler; for Board of fento. It would bo well though for suicide. How I longed for an opjortunily where all is found to bo just as in Ihe days sionately fond of Jliet After each and to itraw the tut in that crowded hall. Perwhen the prolific race increased In such a Public Works, Martin Schilder, of tho legislatures to enact a law declarhaps 1 may yet have tho chance. Hut my startling way In Egypt that the jealous every one had fared sumptuously the ta Boss. The platform adopted is a ing all onorcrs nuisances nnd fixing a ble w.ia cleared away and Ihe young folks hands were tied and I could only speak monarch, with the pro'pecui of Ihe slaves Irlpped "Ihe light fantastic toe" unlit II THE- strong ono though on the tariff ques- punishment eovoro and condign. plainly, thanking the dear LOUD that even outnumbering the masters, look such o'clock. They then concludul thai It was tion it is a little moro conservative that much was vouchsafed. Every opporcruet measures to check Increase. Even too warm to dance and repaired to the parNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. tunity like this brings before the people than tho extremists would like. It then it went ou.biirsllng bounds this Irre lor where they had music nf various kinds, IIoli Ingersoll is not ilratl, the n tho distinctive character of the gospel I nm Bays : "Wo favor a taril for roveuue, pressible populator of earth, as In late cen piano, guitar, accordion and harp, accom (lie pity. to and every occasion of the ? limited to tho requisites of govern- i.'i - jvrmutftjTj cua,. i ," sent proclaim; lories has been the case in England Ihe panied by Mr. J. L. l'arnrs on Ihe gourd ir ....I.- kind brings to light the fact that many Tire iiiniiraNi-i- : lu I teeming millions ever crying out, "the fiddle. The last sotne Mr Slaughter exU90,I38 JkeI year. influhearts are moved, nnd some, whose place is too straight for us; give us room;" ileallis from yel ence will be widely felt by others, There were fifty-twso adjusted in its application as to I latina (he mother country ever throwing out suc hibited the costume in which Mrs. Klnlow fever during the week at Havana. nard made her escape, which consisted nf a -prevent unequal burdens, encourage lente is the motto for theso patient days of ANDUuitcau'a head, and face are preferred waiting, until the cood seed shall sprout cessive swarms that have taken flight to coat, pants, vest, hat, and, and we forget productive industries at home, and afnew countries until the broad earth is the oilier articles. Erery one paid their rein alcohol in the Medical Museum, and become deeply rooted. It will, as ford just compensation to labor, but overrun with Ibis vigorous race, alone of spects to Mr. and Mrs. Slaughter and lo the sure as the truth is God's truth. not to create or foster monopolies." all the nations of the earth thus prolific. bride and groom, who looked as happy as I'coplo ate tearing lianlstown, Ky., Two fine young men were waiting'in Ihe The surplus of Germany and France and two turtle doves. We wish them a life of GnonaETOWN eS3'P3 nro enjoying owing to tho breaking out of sraall-polobby, both looking ns if they were of Ihe Italy can be merged in a foreign nation. bliss, and thnt they may never regret lhat "fast" kind, to grip my hand and asnure me sensation." Miss Goor-gi- o epidemic. Cliildesrt a "profound was billed in Grant Not k the ungovernable increase of the they havo taken each other for better or Win. Moody, a young lady of irrproach-abl- o county Sunday, hy Hayden Norllicole, be- that they started out that night on the line old British Isles. They form new empires, for worse. of trust and confession indicated in Nath'a character, furnishes the theme cause he betrayed his slater. impress their language and manners on letter and ray address. Praise the LOUD. by bringing a suit for breach of promA tornado near Chlllicolhe, Mo., other nations, or wipe them out; preserving HKCASTEU 1IIVI.UTUKIKMS. Dear, loving William Noble closed the identity always and conquering never bethirty farm house, killed two men services In few ise against John T. Mooro, a young a stirring words, fully en B. P. WALTEIt. fifteen or twenty others. Can a thought ing conquered nor absorbed. farmer of wealth, for $10,000 dama- and nounded up my heart-restfucom-inate- Fy$!te "!?' mmmmm, fxKjm ltr( U? i A FEW FACTS For Farmers no llu-.tlo- If Yon Want .ijllcairiiig or Mowing - e th-rlo- ly ied or!licr Su-prc- Ita-upc- Ma-I'hluo- BRIXGK, WAEREM CO. o QUICKE ST TO x CHEAPEST WAT CLAN There is no charge that under a promise of marriage an undue intimacy has existed but the ground of the suit is based on the allegation that for ten years last past Mr. Mooro has been paying his undivided attentions to her, thereby driving oQ other eligible suitors, and now when he should lead hereto the altar, he cruelly cuts tho matter short by deserting her tor fresher conquets. We trust for tho Bake of example thatMiss Moody will get a verdict fur the last farthing asked for. A youug man who monopolizes a girl's timo, thereby leaving her and the world to beliovo that bo intended to marry her, ought to bo made to do so or forced to pay heavy damages for his fun. ges. A monument over Ihe remains of the lato Govcrnoi "Blue Jeans" Williams will be unveiled at Viucennos, Ind., July 4. July wheat went down to $1.01. the lowest figure for month, in Chicago Saturday. Corn for July delivery went down to It a HENTIMT, 131-- 1 WEEDY CORN If to procure Garrard Countv Xiandretsh's lt. A Kalamazoo or Albion Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator. Sl6tiff$ In Bulk, and tlie Nicest Line of FUTURE la at liliiS sittin- One Man and One Morse, o With tlio Cultivator, can thoroughly clean tho weeds out of live acres of corn per day. ouo-liors- er GEO.I).lUltI)KTT&CO., One IMtan and Two Horses. With tho Sulkoy Harrow and Cultivator, can clean ten acres ol' corn per day. per-so- heart-rendin- Hands Wanted Price of Price of one-hors- e e two-hors- Cultivator, Cultivator, - - $10 $40 TO THE PUBLIC CJUllVlIN.- ixll -t Nowlliuidsomo Millinery GEO. D. WEAKEN, NTANF4H1, ff' Green W. Hi. Wither, Lancaster, Ky,? Ri H. Wearon, Richmond, Ky & Williams, Hustonvllle. Ky,, -- f Ls? I I I Probably the blggeal cattle transaction to examine at The "lluck Thorn" barb- - of the are la the nurdisjM Inal rnnrlmlsil In Fayette county by H. K. Kdmondaon of lOKCitr.AMaeu., Jelly glanen, fruit jar, eil ii win . 1,100 high grade and short-horSa?L3ST2r02?l3D, ICY. hulls for A, at jr. u. UrlghlV A seconimianii Champion Twine Hinder In good repair for sale at a bargain by the Improvement of the 100,000 Texas cat-tl- o Come and aee the lalratdealgna In China Tuesday Morning, on the tract nfilia Frsnklln Juno 20, 1883 Olaaaand Qmeenaware at H.C llrlghtV. " Geo. D. WeAren. Land and Cattle Co,, located In the Texas Geo. I). Weaiikn and hia agents have Fon rUf.K, A handaome rraldenc. sold 00 McCormlck and Waller A. Wood panhandle. The rompany U an Fngllah N. LOCAL TIME CARD. . syndicate associated with 11. II, Groom A Will aell rery cheap. (V. Craig, Hlanford.' machine this season. Mall tfln going North II r. M. Son. ..a oo r. m. . tniilh Don't forget to buy good of Kdinhlon U at a.m. Tub democrat of Garrard nominated Kii'rrodriln" Mouth 1.INC0LN COUNT f. ' Noih.... I 11 4.M. A Owaley. They give a hand'oin plrlure Mr. W. G. Andersen for Iha Legislature with earli hill nf$l. Huttonnlle. yesterday. It Is a No. 1 selection. LOCAL HOTICCS. Leal your sorrowing readers should lie I iiavk a Front Cut Champion Mower, HinAYriion Htoi.en, a brown horse Irn moved to the erection of a monument com Iluv J'aint of 1'enny A McAlIsler. Nick Mo.'k of birthday cards at l'ennr A been ured only two aeaaona, I will fell for jearsold, IT, hands high, while spot on left memorative of my many virtues, I write lo . McAllstcr's. fir.. Geo-- D. Wearen. side of neck. I will give a liberal reward disclaim any title to past humous honors. HrANiunt) read mlied paints at for hi return. V. II. Walaoa. In short, I am not dead at present, but conTil k great null of the laal three month A Hiagg's. haa aomewhat iiiMdcd and I can now Tiik 1 A N. U. II. will sell excursion siderably behind Iho lime and sorely puzA I.I, (lie colors of Diamond Dm At A HUrr's. Krve on abort notlco any who may want tickets between alt stations on the 3d and zled to rate'i on to the progress of events (Ienuinr II. K. (Irately toliscuo at Mc anything In mrjlne IL CJIiiplcy. lib, good (ill midnight nf theCth, at one Hut I hope soon lo be abreast of current ltolrta Htapg's, cents history and able to furnish a record accord CiiAMrioN Mapiiink 1Itaii -- I have fare for the round trip, or alioul Jn. Haas Hok Cholera Cnrn. Penny nn handa audi aa are generally ntedeil and per mtlo. Ingly. True, the telephone will he able to A McAIIlrr sole ngerils. anticipate inn In most cases, but I may at If pirtiea In need of audi replra will call In a trial Mwcen Iho Peering and the least lie able In supplement lis utterances Am! Jewelr repaired Watoh!, Clocks on mc, I can Irctpienllr aave them annoy- Waller A, Wood mowers at Mr. J. II. Mc- and warranted by l'enn A McAlIsler. A thousand conflicting rumors are (llVr.M ii i that Mcllobcrta A Hiurk make ing delay and expenae. Oeo.D, Wearen. Alisler'a Saturday, the judge, Mr. J. M. afloat as to the death of Klzlo Logan. Il is Iha best Hoda Wajrr In (lis world. Try it. Held, decided In favor of the Wood and It continue to rain every day, much to Mr. MoAllslcr Iwught one. iinosihle to obtain the facts al present; Machini: On, which will neither IicaI many of the stories aro manifestly unrelianor gum, GO cents per Kalian. Also extra the Injury ol rln!ng wheal, n great deal slralnesl lartl oil At Mclloberl A Hl.ipg'if. ol which waa knocked down ycaterdy by Nwino Shot. In a playful soullle a few ble. It Is needless to siy that the parent the heavleat alorni of the kind for a long days ago Iiilt Washington shot Jonathan and sister of the deceased have the fullest PERSONAL $ time. For an hour or more It veemrd that Crow in llin abdomen with a small calibre sympathy of this entire community. The Mm Jui.lA IlinoiKt. has cone to Isli- the whole faro of the earth waa a aolid pistol. Surgeon prolml the wound but blow I lo lliem most terrible, and fearful ngton to Tislt friends. ahecl of water. were unable to find Iho hall, and notwithIn all. Mini Moi.ur: Kino, of Crab Orchard, The continued rain Is militating Hon. J. II. Hiniiman, democratic candi- standing the shot la in a region which is l( Tlaillnfc MIm Lixtlo Ilrihl. sgalnat the wheat crop. Some in this redate for I.t. (Invernor, will rpeak here on usually thought In he n fatal one, (he negro Mis Lizzie, (1a An, of rjhelbyvillc, ! was walking around yesterday but lilllo the gion Is ready for harvesting whenever the Saturday, June SOlhj Lincaater visiting Mr. James V. Cook. weather will permit. Hut farm operations Richmond 3d; Wlnchealer lib; William. worse otTfrom Its effects. MlU.J. W. McAl.HTKH it i"nilin(t of every character nre seriously retarded. burglil; IUrloiirvIllo 2.1,1; London 21th; MARRIAGES. scleral days willi lier mother, Mm. M. I) I believe you have, per telephone, all the Ml. ernon "lh, rommencing earh day McAllater, in PtnTllle. Mr. George M. Itigney and Misa Kliza social events of the time. Perhaps I may at 1 P.M. Gen. Fry It Invited lo uivel Mlw. W.T.UiiekkIim cone to Hell mm. J. Gaines, aged resHclive1y 20 and 19 were catch An item occasionally, nnd if so, it l, count to see) tier daughter, Mm. John married at Mr. Thomas Gaines' a few days shall bo yours. Hill having outlived my IUniiKCUK. Mr. J. L. Anderton will ago. who Is In had health, generation (Iho venerable Dan Miller being 8.i t u id ay i rather an odd day for MlKt Kannir KuKTRn, who has been prepare an excellent harbecuo at my only contemporary) I am of necessity I mile eoulhweal of Crab marriage ceremonies hut It did not prevent cut oil from social gossip. attending Hell Seminary, In visiting her Orchard, on HUnrdar, July 21. Itefrrah-inrnl- a Mr. Ilrxskiah K G. Aaberry from hitchrioter, Mr. J, II. McAlIsler. Ths matter of greatest interest in our of all kinda will lw found on the ing lo Mis Mary Jano Gadhcriv n that Minna Mira Wakiicn, of IomIitIIIc, vicinity just now is the subterranean fire grouiidaand Iherrowd will be entertained day, notwithstanding she i 0 or 10 years ami There Worlhington, of lloyle, were which is undermining a portion of the C by aeeche from the cindidite for Sena- - older lliMi he the guests of Mrs. I so Harden. S. It. H. As I have seen no notice of the and Kf preventative. DEATHS Minrs LcTTin l.r.r. )tocniTH ami lor matter in your paper I may stale thai durClara Helm are hick from the commence-men- t Tiik lincaater telephone tine It up and Mr. llraddnck Withers, next to the ing the construction of the road it wa exercises of Outre College, which the inttruments in place hut one of them oldest nun In Iho county, died yealerday found necessary to make a considerable no much." the enjojed got knocked out of adjustment during morning, aged and two years, fill nt a point near John CotTman's, north Mil J. V. Illt0WN,and hia loyelr wife, hipment and nothing save the Inevitable nearly all of which were spent in this im- of Milledgeaville. The material for this who was Mis Helen (2onn, of Itrudhead, "Hello" can bo heard distinctly enougli to mediate locality. He waa an honest and work wa obtained from a cut through a unwed hack Katurday from their liriilal utideratand. Tho defect will be remeilied clever man nnd no tnu will be able lo ray slaty hill in the immediate vicinity. Tn Jioulatllle, looklug an happy aa the In a few daya. Yealerday the lightning aught agiinst Ida memory. making the cut numerous small deposits triii days are long. Mr. II. IT. Joplin and Jilts truck three poataand a Irco fell acroaathe of oil were found and the slate formation RELIGIOUS. wtro. Huie Woodaril were with Ibcui, seemed thoroughly saturated with petroleMir, W. M. IVx.lk and wife, of Uev A. F. llaker is conducting a revi- um. A short time since a large numlier of The Cumberland Fall Hotel, kept by are visiting lit parent at litis-to- Mr H. Owena, la tho most pleasant place in val at Ashland and had luptlzed seven con- worn-nu- t ties were piled at the fill and ille. Mr. Ilogle's clone confinement an tho mountains to end the tumtner, either verts lo last Friday. burned. The fire was communicated to The 11th annual convention of the the combustible maaa composing the roaddrul"aKent Iibji tnluml lit liraltli and re- for the Invalid or pleasure aeeker. lit duced hi weight eome thirty jiotinds, and mineral water arc fine, the fishing and Siinday-SciioAssociation of the Christian bed and ha thus far defied all eflbrls lo he if reeking a restoration, which rrt and hunting good, the boating nice and the Church In Kentucky will be held nt extinguish it. The combustion seems to commencing July .'Id, at 8 l: M. and Increase from day lo day and a force is re the good fire of the West Knit will lie Terr cui'ine juat splendid. Stage meet the apt to give him. dally train on the C'.K. It, K. and lake you continuing three days. iuircd lo be constantly nt work lo counterIleoauae the Christian church at How- act the sinking of the track produced by lo the rails for supper. LOCAL MATTERS. ling Green, of which he waa piator, want- each passing train. There is danger of a Till: information which wegive the pub- ed lo put an organ In It, Kid, Harding ten- caving in at any lime and great caution is IJuv the "linck Thorn." lic laat week about the marriage of Mis dered hi resignation and it was unani- observed in navigating the fiery strait. By Fly Fans at W. Hi JUggins'. Koima 8woie to Mr. Alrah I'nllina turns mously and speedily accepted. the way, vegetation la said to be destroyed oilt lo be iocorrrct. We had it from what UrighlV New I'orATOH at II. Uev, H. L. Dabney, Stonewall Jack-ton- 's tn the immediate vicinity and the denizens iii.L, we deemed tellable authority, elee It haa Fhuit Jan and Cans at Ilruce, Warren would never have appeared in these col- chair Adjutant General, Union resigned the are reporlcd as not entirely free from suol theology In Theological perstitious reflections aa to the cause and A CoV umns. Mia 8woie waa here Saturday and Seminary, HamiKlen Sidney, Va., and hag consequences of the phenomenon. for "Lawn tlo to V. II. although mortified at the publication, re- accepted the presidency of Texas UniverBOTLE COUNT?. lieved in of censure when we gave our sity. The forms of the Aixxtolic Tima were Low figura on Millet at A, Owsley A source of Information. Danrille. "pled" juat a they were being put lo preta rWs. Joseph Hooper and Dora Lee Good I'icnio. The people of the vicinity of Thursday, when if the editor didn't cuss a obtained license to marry on the 23d, and Tina i the last week of the check stamp Highland will give a grand Sunday-schoo- l few line it wasn't because he didn't want James T. Lucas and Nancy K. Dooley on nulunce. picnic near that place on Wednesday, July to. Ho thought it, at any rate, about aa the 25th inst. Twelve pound good sugar for ft. II. llli. All peraons of every denomination alruiig a tho average sectarian editor would Mr. Shellon Jctl, who ho been in failare invited lobe present witli C. IJiIght. have expressed it. ing health for some months past, died al n basket of provision. The Valley Cornel The "Faith Cure HesL" at Cincinnati the residence of his mother in this county IoeCheam and Sherbet thlt erening at Hand, of Stanford, will furnish music for will be in the Hurkhardt house on Park Sunday night. 8. S. Myers'. the occaison. Kminent divine will addrera The Shelby ville Stars and the Cuntre Fhuit J a in any stylo you want and low- the eople on religion and moral subject Avenue. Dr. and Mrs. Illosser, of Louisville, will be in charge, asaitled by Mis College Nines played a game of er than anybody at II. 0. llrighl's. T.I Hill, fir, will deliver an address on Willio J. Lillard, a charming young lady, ball Friday. The Stare match victoriousbase by were Kl.niANT new design In I'icture Frame the Declaration of Independence, who claims to have been cured herself of a score of 24 to 1G. and Cornice Moulding at li. K. WeartnV I'lCTOIIIAI. UlIILK GlMMKNTATOU liishop Dudley, of thia Episcopal diMr chronic catarrh of ten yeira atnnding by (1. K. Watrra is agent for thia splendid ex- prayer nnd faith alone. ocese, preached atTiinity church onTburs-da- y Mower repair of Ciiamnon Iteaer am' llev II. A. M. Henderson, formeily and Friday evenings. On the latter every dencriptlon at llrucc, Warren A position of tlio scripture, containing over 1.000 pngv and written in language n SiiHriutendent of Public lnitruction in occasion the rite of confirmation was adCo.' plain that a little child cvn understand it Kentucky, has left tho .Southern and join ministered to five persons, viz: Misa Vieve John Huiiulr wu fined $16 t High- It it a lieautifiil volume, profusely illu ed the Northern wing nf the Methodist Powers, the Misse Oxley, Mis Hoiueli land Rtturday for shooting on the puhllr trated and has map and chronolnglcil ta- Church and laden a charge in New Jersey. and Mrs, A.J. Shears. highway, ble of great tnlereat lo the Ilibln student. He was lately accepted by the Northern Sheriff J. II. Watson and deputy A KTAIU.R belonging to Mr. Milton Mr. Watei will call on you to subscribe Conference nt Newark, standing by the sheriff W. S. Shepperd, of Pulaski county, wa atruck by lightning ytaterday af- and you can not do better than lo surrenaide of n negro preacher received at Iho arrived here Saturday with Josh Logedcn, ternoon and buineil. The loo betide the der at once. I'r ice $:i 75 and f5, according rame lime, nuiid great applause. Hender- James Matthews and Henry Coyle, the building I Miiall. son News. We are glad to know that the two fir.U white men, and the latter a neto binding. reverend binther has found hi level nt gro, till chirped with murder. The jail al IlAII.'n Wki.I., the fuiunu riinuuer A VMIT to Crab Orchard Spring Sunday Somciset is undergoing repairs and the near town, ianow omi, with Mr. gave us our first view ol that charming re- last. The negro is to he pitied though. prisoner wcro brought here for safo keepHouiN) tnchargu ol the culinary depart-men- sort since tho new owner toik charge LAND. STOCK AHD CROP. ing. Halm renranahle, J. McHniilb, They have spent snme $tJ.OO0 or $7,000 in lour types made me say In the last L L. Dawson sold Swope A Alford 90 Proprietor. improvrmcntnnilchangy.vid theplarewa I In report that the College festivities ended .nn nversging 7'i) pounds at Cc. Tiik Hchool Hoard at Crab Orrhard hu never so beautiful a now. The cirnter, -- G A. Lackey bought of Adam Car-p- c witli it "bouquet given by the Presbyterian and the up the lumber on Ihe.groumHor a large school Ihep.iinter, tho ladles to the College Alumni." It was a liter a thoroughbred bull calf for $00. holaterer have all Ixen nt work and by e bulhllng, which I to lie erected mi a Pure bred Little Yorkshire boar pig lamjuct Inttead of a "bompiel" that the lalot purchaiitd from Mr. Jan. McAlin-le- r their arl havo added greatly lo Iheal for sale. W. J. Gllllspie, Lowell.'Ky. M dle gave, though many of the "old bjja" wai lovely spot. One of the owner, Mr. at f SO per aero. Towmy, ollJayle, bought or Dr. T, U. were handsome and charming enough to W.T, Grant, is there personally attending Montgomery 2 yearling mule at $130 each. have entitled Ihem to any number uf Moral A SHOUT rldo In the country proved to the improvement and by hi pleasant Adam Carpenter bought of It. II. A tributes. lia that the blackberry crop I the largeit manners ndding to the enjoyment of tho Mr. Tho. F. Uarbee, a member of the K. P. Wood a Young Mary bull calf for who doenn't get lor year. The houw-wifguests, while Gen. James F. ICohinson, the Carroll county, luwa, bar, was in Danville $100 In a big aupply of jam this leaaon is a clever manager, and one of the most no last week visiting Ida father, sister and Hale A Nunneller sold to II. J. Darat mighty poor woman to have around an ea rompllshtd of gentlemen, diapeuve the other friends. Col. C, K. ilowunn, State 12 heifers of about GOO I lid. weight at labllthment. comforts of tho place with lavish hospital-itv- . Com'r. of Agriculture, and Judge U. J. TllK linterprut denie the atory that Mini Mr, J. A. Fleet, so favorably known to $2060. Hreckeuridge, Supreme Treasurer of the Chas. 11. Iloono sold to Chas. Miller, JeU Iluckncr'a mother had bought prop- tht babituea of Ibcte springs, is ataiated In of Cox' Creek, '7 head of yearling mule at Knights of Honor, aru in town greeting erty In Harrodaburg and that thetwo would the office by Mr. James F. Uoblnson, Jr , old friends Mr. W. G. Dunlsp, of the make their homo there hereafter. We and every thing norks like a clock There $70 ijr head. Nelson ltccord. of McGoodwIu V Dunlap, left un Mon Fur sale at a bargain, a combined firm were under the improiidou that the place are a numlier of families already urrived day for Covington, to attend a Stale Conwould be too hot for the fair but licarllena and the prospect for a paying reason is Iteaper and Mower (Champion), and other vention of Undertakers, The jolly blades farming utensils. P. W. logau. Jraale. splendid. Will Alexander aold to Sawford Er- - exiect to have a high old lime. HuuMC'itiDKK who aru in arreara will conAnd now the nigger ate at it I Ou TllK Superintendent of the Lexington win a 1 year-old combined mare for $250. fer favor by calling at our ellice wheu Lunatic Asylum teem not to care how Friday evening from three to six; o'clock, a He bought of Mr. Krwln n gelding for they come to court next Mouday and set- much expenae he pujathe citato to nor how most excruclnting. too utterly too, High $200. tling up. Wo will not have a man on the much Inconvenience and trouble he give Tea wa given by the colored mistreat of a To head oH'Kpears Fisher's story, Mr. treeta at usual, l'leaae, therefore, ahow the ollirvr of thia county. List week end of Walnut It. II. Woods tells us that hu had a Perl suburban villa al the west that you can pay what you owe without J".dgo Drown, after n jury had pronounced heifer to fatten :i! poiindt days, street, where in darkened rooms the perin nevin being dunned. her a dangerous and uncontrollable lunn recently. Not being a notary we did not fumed light stole through the mists of lamps, and the air waa drunken TllK Concert at McKinney prouiiuva to tic, snt Mrs. Wilcher to that asylum, take Mr. Woods allidavit, hut he swore by be a Gne one. Some of the beat alngera In when he refused to receive her alleging hi great Lord Forgathorie that it waa with the breath of orange Mourn, and music from and murmurs from the county are engaged and thoae who are that the Institution wa crowded and at the true. Jas. C. Itlchardt A Co, are gathering low fountains, that gutht-- forth in the "touched with a concord of aweet aoumU" same lime scut lhoJitdo word not lo tend midst of rose, and Aunt Dinah was there, ncul erdayaud will be aure to enjoy themtelvea. It occur any pitlenta there until he had got orders 260 but. ol it every night at &Oo per but. 8, and, and titter Sinclair and sister lletsey next Friday evening, June t!9th, not July from him. The la Is plain that the Judgo haa tho right in certain cuaes, of A. Yaiichae has sold $170 worth of straw- - were there, and brother Johiitoii waa there 29th, a our type made it read. and the sweet girl graduatu fiom Herea which this wa one, to rend a patient at berriet from a bed 120x210 feel, or of an acrd Cm any of our etchaii-- e College waa there, and the way they gub The divorce obtained by Mra, Kmiua C. unco and without notification and the Montgomery from her huaband, Dr. W C. get away with this? -- Clark County bled up that High Tea was a sin, who look her thither would have The specimen of Decorative Arl work Montgomery, wa aolely on account of been justifiable In leaving her on the Democrat. abindonment and not for cruelty and adul- grounds and returning home. Aa it waa, ho Our old reliable informant, J, 8. M. exhibited at the studio of Mis Maiy on Friday and Situiday attracted tery, a we were Informed by oue who had to bring her back lo this county and hands ua the following! Wheat it taking to know, We have a copy of the take her to Anchorage, thereby doubling the blight; It will not ripen when the a great number of visitors who were, one n petitiou and alto the Judgment of the the expense to say nothing of the trouble. blight strike It. The remedy U to cut and all, delighted with what they saw. expeCircuit Court, neither of which men- It It not likely that the woman would have and put up in small a hock t Immediately, Miss Mcltoberta Is an artiste of rl tion either cruelty ur adultery. We are been refuted admission had the been a pay exoIiig it a little a possible to the tun. rience and the painting exhibited, which glad to do the Pr, the Jiutlce of till publi- inttead of a State patient; that it we have The apple crop It dropping very badly, wcro the work uf her pupils, showed that cation and can give him the name of our heard tucli assertion from people who caused 1 suppose by late frostt. The crop the potseste to a rare degree, the faculty of imparting artistic knowledge to others. will be very light. Informant any time he wUbc to know. ought to know. corn or.ee. SoMBTHiNo for farmers 3 Wanted -- 60 liurebi lirinhi. J C al If. W. II. HlRglna't ft COO.OOO-aer- s i 1 , . rt 1 The work of Miss Kmma Welteger waa a good display of French water color heeds, probably the heat in the collection. An elegant mirror In roes, and some very handsome table scrap by Mrs. II, P. Jacobs, were mneli admired. Mis Nora Givens' work on plush and chlni showed great delicacy of touch ami other mark of ths true artiste. A connoisseur would have been puzzled In deciding Mwcen the china ol Welseger, MIm Check and that of Mis both were lovely. Mrs. ltohcrl Harding' "Trial of Kllie Dein" was very handsome, and attracted much attention. A very handsome jtarlitre pilnlcd In autumn leaf design by Mn. Mary Dudley, was a gem of the exhibition. Some lovelf panels by Misses Nannie and Clara Hrtghl, were among the handsniiiesl !ar.dscae designs. Mia Helm' mirror and Mis Davis' china wero very inerlloriou. A boy muiician on a platnc waa the finished artistic work of Mis Olmsted. A lovelf ground glss panel, with wild flower from Dix Kiver, was by Mis Maggie Howland. There were alto, a number of china plaque, a lovely cnpld; a face with a gentle dreamy expression, .which the visitor will recall in thoughtful moment hereafter, and lifelike portraits of Mrs. Judge Fox and lilllo llrsaic Fackler, hearing each, tho impress of the finished artiste, Miss McKoberla. PULASKI C0UUTr Somerset. Dr. J. II. Wirt and Mia Maggie Dunn are tn be mairied next Thursday. The son of J. J. Frazure, who had been sick so long, died Sunday nfternoon. Several parties were In trouble here last week about gambling, the sheriff having arrrated them. Certificates were issued to 17 teachers last week. Another examination will lie ftNTiU-BiX I UK "l.iriI vaIuim ofallttxi TwAIN Arkhlfiftn IftlttSivrfetiMt.rftv'' ptmVvjlart M1rt) tfrtC. rhaWMltjrfctfc UnVrMltMts Jk MtMAKIV, t1?Uall OM. roltnllhi: "MARK TWAI- NMfiM." of (lirnauli, Peveranm A Co., fltanloril, Ky., AGENTSnV"edn,:?'8A6Sr'flJ:Bol0KPfb';' PnomMrmt. tiM u. aoaoarr. i. w. aaowir. DOnDETT ft BttOWN, ATTOnNKYH A.T !.A."W. ISt-l- MT. VEIWON, KY. T. w. vaasoar. I.l J. with M. ROBINSON Importers ami Jo1ilra l Dry Notions, m, MO, Sit Main Olrrel, Cor. riltlh, Ac, it (loml. CO.. JCY. Office In Owsley A tfon's new building AirroitNiuYM A.rr x,.a.w, BTANFOrtn, KY. rV'jrrOIlrVTJY STl'MYTON, T. W. W U. Witxaca r.. viasos. VARNON, up ttttri. MHJIHVITK, Valuable I Blue-Gras- s ... Farm BTANFIint), KY, Will prMtlrelnlhsOaiirtaof Lincoln and counties tnd ths rjnperlor Court and llowtt ol Appeals. Pntclsl atteallun given lo collections. Offlrs on Lancaster atrset 112 A'l' voit fcA.r.iia! nf !in.1 A rren, ailna-IDANVILLE, KY., nrsr Walnut llel, the MUnlonl A ttab Will practice In the Courts turnpike, 9 miles Irom rltanfnnl. About 40 counties and In ths Court ofof Boy Is and adjoining Appeals, Aerralncultlratlon; Inlaws Innrsss. (loml spring, I'l'nly Rwl llmtit r anil well ails jilri In aloek; In a J. n piBir. iron.1 nelghlmrliool. Will sell at a bargain Ihe vt. abivn tratlof lsn I anil glvs possession si snytline. A nd M aster Commissioner IUk kcast to u mil t Court ror further particulars, Inquire of J. il. Owsley, MT VI.IINUN, KY. rJtanfunl, Ky., or writs tn tar at liasllla, Milan Will practice) county, Teiaa. IM-t- rj II I.MtV 11HII. lloniaapcclalty. In tlm llnckrastl Courts, Collecj ORico In Court-hous(H ollr for ails mr I'srm on AXTOilNKV A.T XjA.W, AI.KX. AMDEBSON. Attonmy I,nw, J. BUILDING I oiler for silo at LOTS! I IN STANFORD Ut prices, on flouth aldt Main Htrost, two doors abort tha Myers Hotel. FursNItroui Ozids flat administered when reOIHce iiKE f. Huffman; HUJtOKON UKNTIHT, JJTANFOIU), KY. quire!. easy terms, 44TOWIULOTS! In ths northeast corner of Iho town nfHtanfunl between Main street an 4 Jdiicaitrr pike The lots are an sera In aro. aro InteracclM by slrorta CO tcct wbl anil tlieillatsnct of tha farthest from Ihe center of lown la but of a mile, the nenrt--it being within too yards of ths Court-hoos- o square. They tra upon high ilry land, commanding a fair view or ths lown ami surrounding country snd sre by I ir tha best loll mcr oirernl for sals in Hlantonl. 'I lie nrlghhorhnod Is good and will bs kept so, sal will not sell loany but a retoniltile person, A map can bo aeen at the National Hank ol Bt.infu.l, and al my olfico In Stanford, BlSnlonl, Ky June id, ISU. DH. W. 11. STfmli DcntlHl, PENNY, Ofllce mer ICobt. H. l.j tie's .torn. Office hours from S to 12 a. M, and ! loft r u. Ancslhellcaad-inlnltlere- il HrANFOrtlVKnNTtlCKY. .) when ncrrssary. Jull; Ice! Ice! Ice! I will dclleer Ice etery morning II. II. 3111,1. V.lt. AT ONI2 CENT PKK IriVI, ROBBED Tltouwiidaof grayw ur of their annuallj robl-p.victim, iiTta proloDgeil, liapplnisaiml haltb Aa long as my present slock tuts. After that, Lake Ice t low as I csn aflord. Accounts due at the close of each month. Stanford, May 7. IT. II. V. A It llllO g, four-scor- e n KIch-mon- d, a 111' Mow-era- ." held July 0th aniL7th. The prisoners confined in Ihe ill here were hound nnd lakrn lo Danvillo Friday for eafn keeping until the cells of the iipw jail are completed The trial of Dr. Keid, claiming lo he a Virginian, hut lately from Lincoln county, will lake place next Saturday. He was arrested a few days since nn the charge of practicing medicino without license. The widow nf the late Daniel Dutton bought the land interest of her hmband's estate, which was offered for sale lat week The price paid was SMI Mr. Good, of Turnersvillc, hi been here several dtys buying cattle and paying good price. M. F. Hrlnkley and wife, and Mrs. Dr. Neat, of New Albany, Ind are making a brief visit In friends in Ibis section. Mrs. G. M. Urooka Is visiting her father in Lexington. Mr. Joe Harris and wife, and Miss McCampbell, of Knoxville, Tenn , sre visiting here. Miss Liura Rankin will visit lierold homeat Williimstown Ibis week. W. C Murphy is visiting in Danville. Hob Hicks ha returned from the South. Mr, A. D. Noel, of Crittenden, has been here reveral day with a view of renting Masonic College. A Mr. Wyalt, of Madi son, wa also here last week and proposed Miss Mary Morto buy the College. row returned Friday from Danville, ac companied by Mis Jennie Cochrane. Miss Priscilla Ensel, who has been attending school in St. Louis, is expected home next week. court-hous- Which positively snd permanently cure iiijio-trllrt- i, (causcil by ocemraol any kind,) siruif. 11(1 irrn.'iK'SN, and slldlaca-c- a that follows as loss of energy, lossol scipiemoof memory, universal Isssltude, psin In tba back, age, and many illmncasofvltloii,premtliireolil other diseases I lint )ad to cons!:aptliin and apre la insluro grate. 0end for clrculsrs with freo by mall. Ilie. IXVKiOllATOIt Is sold at tl prr Nix, orslx luaea lor by all trugglttt,orwill Im sent free by mall, securely sealed, ou receipt ef price, by addressing tiolo agent for tho United Slates. 113 GERMAN IN VIG0RAT0R! Blue-Gra- ss Farm For Sale! Adamatlrcct,Toledo,Oblo. 9l-i- I.J. 'IIKNKY, I offer lor Bale, prlrately, iojt farm of 37'. Acrea liml, with a Isrga brick and of enelleiil blue-graframo rmldrnc combined, of len rootua, within a mllooflhn new ritanfurd A I'retrherat ille pike. New orchard, fresh and medical water In abundance. Improvements orst-tlssIni ludlbg a nest tenant liouw. In grass, 20) teres, and balancer tillable. Timlier abundant. Ihurrli and school-hounear by, and tha ncigbliortirMid unexcelled. It Is not often that such a desirable, briu is lor talc Tlllo perfect. Address mo at Stanford, Ky., or call nn me at the farm. MILS. NAItAII COOK. ESTILL SPRINGS! llaTlng lakrn rhaige ol thli famnui waterlog phctjfor the coming ncoson, t atu now W. T. GREEN, NTANjVOKD, Dealer In Prepared to Receive Guests. I liaro a corps of Irjlncd acrrtn la and wilt be ablo ky., to furnish NallNruciory Aceoiiiinoilutioiis To all persons In pursuit of health or pleasure. Tho medicinal qualities of theaei waters are loo wtll knowu lo the poopla of Central Kentucky to need a description of their properties. The rntna of loard will b rcasonsbln. lor further information, apply to me at Irvine, Ky. 15MI .V. 31. l'ICACOCIt. Groceries, Hardware, QTJEENSWAItE. Harness and Saddlery, 1VAGOXS. MYERS HOTEL, MiOWS STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, 12s.tr Propr Abdallali Mcssoiisror! well-fille- ' m Itt-ne- y t. The republicans held a maa convene last Saturday to setion at the -- AND lect delegate lo the Senatorial convention which meet at London, and to nominate a Its Proprietor it Determined that candidate for the Legislature. The candiit Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in tho State in its Pare, the Legislature and Senate made date for Appointments, or Attenspeeches before action was taken. Judge tion to Comfort of ilson, of Brown, of London, J. II. their Quests. Mr. Kversole, of Kockcas-tle- , ami Hon. L. D. Parker, Htgicage will be conveyed to were present. and from the depot rreeofchtrg.. Special accommodation! to Mr. Haidgrovo and Mr. Sears are candl- toCommerclalTraselera. The llarwlllbs doles for tho legislature, and Nip Har alnaja supplied with ths choicest braids of Liquors aid Cigars. nett's name waa also presented. An effort to eel G W. Shadoan to allow was made his name to be rend before the convention, but he finally declined. Before the ballot- ting commenced Judge Brown withdrew from the Senilorial contest, and when the ballot was taken il resulted In 75 votes for Wilson and 02 for Evereole. In the ballot for the Legislature Mr. Seirs withdrew his name from consideration before the con FORMERLY ST. . ASAPH, vention und, I am informed, will be nn in dependent candidate. The billot was then taken and resulted In a decided choice for Mr. Parker. The negroes formed a large llatlnsha-- l this Hotel part of the meeting and generally carried their points when the votes wero taken From luueiueut lo garret, This Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Boputation, StTfiatfTwf. Sirlr'rtrSfer Red Uy stallion; 1C handa; foaled 1878; bred by Chas. Dunn, Man ford, Ky , sired by Itessesger Chief, tire of Maud Messenger; record, T.lSi; Marrel, rorJ,2.M; Abel Abdsl-la- b, 2.23; Itens C, 2.20 gait at a years old, Matlia Mel)., 2.20 gall at a yeara old; Maggie Stewart, 2 20 gait at 3 ycaracld, and other promising ones, lit dam tin-a- lo by Sentinel, 2 ?j?,, and the tire of Von Arniin, Annette, 2.2AK; T. A.,2.2C; Young Sentinel, 2.20; Vlrandlere, 22CH; Mlgnon, (Irand bentlnel. 2.29K. Sentinel la fall brother to Volunteer, the aire of 8t. Jullen. 2.1IK; (Hosier, 2:17; Alley, 2:19; llodlna, 2;l'j;.': Drlrer, 2:1'JH; llunter. 2.20;; Amy, 2:20i, and a scorn mire in the 2.30 claaa. 2d dsm Kitty Hirers, tha record, 3 00; dam of Ilertle llrl, .'year-ol- d record, 2:37, and Iha grandtia ol Maud Mesby Alezander'a record, 2 senger, AUltllah. the aire of Goldsmith Maid, 2:11; ltosa-llnd- ,2 2li,Tborndle, 2 22H: Almoul, AUIallali l'llot, Ac., Ac. 3d dam by 1UJ Jacket, (slroof the daiuofKenlueky Wilkes, 'III, and the graudam trial, '2.73'; Ouj, trial, i.t; 2.K; FRANCIS - KY. 23; .KW tlirr.KTISKnK.1TK. paper-hnnge- r two-acr- STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. Pwriim, N do... aiM tViiiiucr.UI T11.1 HiaiiiMatrtH)uiluiiftM CuurMMiGtbiii.iv wefki In !er annum Jkuirtl iiiiloniiUsiry, 12 sVUMu.liiU la t prUateUin.tUit.1l ' witlvr an! cxpi'iuii fori) blueU'iii.H, It lutfcuf ttii(iv Ly, lrraiWu any iill km nik htu II, KitkKAiiut (oJiMKnk apply luJual.ro bOM,rti Ii..ri.M ill ut iliu i Hir v, lfiniftoti. Ky. r nun Iviirw. .UM:r tttl l.V.ah, atu. johloi:li.Spt.li,V.3. UefiilTwr. ..! itruttrx. iSeii nUtU,( a 1, ipr ynr Capacity e rna Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills And all Bilious Complaints Bate to take, being purely veitcraUo: no grip l'rli'ci-ilrtl- . Alt llnievlM. tnir LIVER rou TUB ton, 3jcarild rcoord,S:21;) by Comet; by Slier-iii- ju Morgan, the tire of Vermont 1 lack Hawk, tha slraofKllian Allen and many other trotters. Ited er to lllack Jacket's dam was sired by a brought from Hawk. .Ithdsmanexlraroadtnaro the North by W, L. Vance, of Mercer county, and aald to bo of Mcssenccr blood. Sentlnelsnd Alex ander's Abdallab sre both by Ursilyk's llambls-Ionia- n, the grandslre of Maud 8., 2:IO!i, and tha slreorilexter, 2:17'i; Nettle, 2 18; Orango (llrl, 2.20; Gazelle, 2.51; Jay Gould, 2.21 i, and SO others with record ur 2 30 and Ii'tttr. Measengec Chief waa sired by Ablallali 1'ilot.slreol I'lekird.ZiiaM; record, 2 28.lil dtui la 1UI Jim, to (len. Geo. II. Tmnuat. tire ol Scoll'aTlioiuas,2.2l; by Maubrlno MetaeDger.ttre It III ii NlriHly ol Lewlnskl, 2:23.l, :ddam by Mambrlnu Iblef, iiiiciul to r'lrst-(;iustiraoi iuy inorii, 2119,, ivoouioru juamurino, ivlniiiier. I'aUben And leave nothing undone that will add to the 2.21; Mtmbrlno English snd otliera, 3d dam by Imp, Naiolrnn. llunter, Ac. Alxlillati Mewenger will maka the mason of 1883 at Chat. COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. Dunn't, 2!J mllet Irom Stauford, on llusu Hrtncli pike. I milt from Stauford A I Jocaitcr pike and a lullea Irom Lancaster A Dans Ille plka, at (ISO to Insuro a Mare lu Foal. Money du aa auou aa the fact la aacertalued. Mares that bava publlo Are otIired of 2 30 or better, orauch aa ham produced trotters with records olt!.30 or better,insy ba brsd SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS frve ol cliargo. Address To tialrotitxo ine, aa 1 liavo every con venlei.ee .auch WILLIE Q. DUNN. aa NICK SAM 1XK 110(1 MS, dc., for their um. Maulurd, IJncoln Co., Ky. Mksskxuicu l'aisca, by Meiwiiger Chler, dam by Alcalde, (ra of lljlai, 2:2I, Knlgma, 2:2C: Baggage Transferred to and from r ancy Day, 2 50, Ac.,) will maka the soaaou ol 184-at fount Kox', llrjaattfllle, Ky., at 113 to tniura tho Depot free of charge. W. U. D, a ware lu fual. (life me a call. W. STANX'OIEI), I Itul'iirnislicd and Kclltled Ki Commercial Travelers H. tKANCIN. STEAM PRINTING! The Interior Journal Steam Printing Office does all kinds of Job Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. W. P. Walton, Prop'r. 1 m 0STiITE8$ er EDWARD WILPER'Sl Nctcr fills t c o Fsttr ami Ague, lattrmitltat Fttrar, Dumb Agst, Dyiptpila, Llitr Compltml, Indigttbon, Colie ami Flux. It will Curo Cotlivtstit. It It a cafo Aatldalllout Alltratiss and Tosie a wild and Dslijkir.il lastgtrtnt (or Dtlictt Womea, a powerful recupo-ran- t debilllated and nxtucfj by sickness, au excellent appctlxcr, alter Uu framo baa thus time to ilia digettlvv irgau.1, rercuta Maltrit,tnuv up Die system, itrcngtbciu tho portal dbvasc. Tbo illgbtott ririnUtloii and cUars tho wholo animal economy (rota Iho f ' jewa-hari- blue-gras- s Uu three-fifth- s Urn-atabl- e pro-fesa- &lTTEffs Hosteller's Stomach lllllrrs meets Ilia tvquirniu'iita of II") rulluuo.1 nu Jicul which at pretinl inuils. It u IHrficlly iiure gituble rtmtily, embracing ttiu (line luipuruiut of a prrvcutlre, u luulu uiul an slurutHe. It lurtlllit llio Uxly agalml Uetiiue, luvlgo-talami ri'Vilallics tlia turplu ttouucli sud liver, uuJ illicit a ulutiiry cluugo la (lie rullro S)4em. tor tale tjy all UruinrUU aud Uealem irenerallr. Mad-Wo- attack ot (ever may bo a tirelude to tbo worst, and tbe remedy that would conquer It wblltt It 1'artlcU'e la jet In lis commencement, way bo ol no yaluo when It U at Its lull deiclopmeut. raoiit around wbom ttio pettlferyua Influence o( Malaria clinga In lurly la thia tbo raeo Willi Hie form ol Dumb Chilli, Drew Ague, Ptlnful 8pltta, asd Wstk Slomath. For llio cure ol all tbo buo DUeasvt this pnutratIon tUndt unrivaled, and lis Rood and jiertaanent elTieia aro "'"atixl by Ibouanda, and II la recowmended alike by tbo ablet wdiral weu and Ibo wluutry TftY IT, all you that aro afflicted, and bo cunTluooJ of lu wonderful power and UcncflcUl eflocta. iiuiths STOMACH BITTERS For Milo lik Htuiifotil Uy Voimy .; MoAllastor. H StMt-tctk- li T nlcner8rnal Jaw 26, 1883 sa?A3r3roK3D. xy. Tiwky Merslug, - OUJt I'UliSHMSTS. Homtlhlxit Cfrttnltt Ihrlr L'nrtli, (RT. Dr. HlaMou, lu I In KtauceUiLl Gill, WfwllltlRtOH WM A IIK'HiIhToI llio Ejiiacotml Church long bofuro li Ho i n communi- linliilr cant, too, IloaUo his Cliiitcli In of womliiji in till Alciiuiitrin, Vo,, wlioroiimiiow preserved in much llio tamo Antiquated atjrlo that it liml when ho wm in occupy it, llio fart is well and hns often been imblUhed, that during llio ItuvoltitioiiAry war lio was necustomed lo join in observing llio Lord's Supjicr wlicnowr hia cugngi'-tucnwith tho nrmy jieniiillod nn opportunity. Many instrtiiccs luuo lecn givon to tho public, niul it in particularly gmUtjing to know Hint ho who whs and Unit in "first iu war, Aral in the hearts oi hi country men" rot such an oxaniplo to our public men, both iu his public and privato lifo, as a man, a gentleman ami a Clulstiau. It is to bo regretted tlmt so many of our Presidents haro (ailed to follow in all respects that example, but tomn of them wcro not wauling iu rcsicct to religion. John Adams ami his soli John Quincy wcro Unitarians, as was also Millard Fillmore. Tho two luttor wru regular attendants on tho Uintnriiui My iniircssion Church in Washington. is that tho two former, mid possibly Mr. Fillmore, wero communicants, but of this I ant not tmro. Of tho icligious sciitimonta of Thomas Jefferson tho world has thought itself wcll.assuicd, but they have been uiado tho Biihjcct of Tho guncrul opinion it controversy. that ho was a sympathizer with tho vious of Paine, and repudiated Christianity. Tho religious sentiments of Presidents Madison and Monroo nro also curelopcd in somo unccrtaiuty, uud llitir most ardent admirers havo not claimed that they wcro members or communicants iu any Christian church. Parsing John Quincy Adams, already mentioned, wo Tho world como to President Jackaou. knows what bo was in religion, as well as what ho was in politics, for few more positivo characters havo ever npio.iril in our history. Ho was out and out it Presbyterian of the Btaucltcst sort, aud in bis later days a communicant; although it is believed that ho did not Join tho church until after ho hadictircd from publio life Martin Vau Huron was inclined, I think, to tho Dutch Church, with which ho when at homo in Kindeihook, but, so far as I am aware, was not a communicant. President Harrison, who succeeded Mr. Van Bnron, and died after Itcing a mouth in oillec, was n communicant in tho Episcopal Church for a considerable period beforo ho became President IIo was a member of Christ Church in Cincinnati, and for a loti tinio after his death his namo (engruvod on a silver plato) remained on his pow door, and may remain there still. His decided Christina sentiments and character are well known, aud in Cincinnati, near which ho lived, his memory is held in high veneration among all classes of people. President Harrison is tho only ouo in tho loug list of Presidents of tho Uuited States who, on entering upou tho duties " a conof that ollico, over anuouueed fession of faith" for himsalf. His inaugural address, his only official paper, is probably well remembered by tho older citizens of tho country. U said ho deemod tho occasion, on taking the oath of office, a fitting ono for tho announcement of his " belief in tho divino origin and obligations of tho Christian religion." It was a grand thing for a President of tho Unitod States, when standing up before the American people to tako tho oath of office as their Chief Magistrate, to mako such an explicit declaration. It was a lesson for Perhaps all young men aud politicians. our Presidents have been beliovcrs in God (as their state papers show), but no ouo lias given a more explicit testimony for Chrixti'iuitv than this. It ii probalih i that not ouo el tnose who occupied tho Presidontlfi chair between Gen. Harrison and Gen. Garfield was a communicant. Yet nearly all of them, ten in number including thoso who entered tho office from th Vice Presidency wcro church-goerand their denominational prefcroncei have boon iadieated. Tyler was si Episcopalian, Polk, Buchanan and Lincoln wero Presbyterians, Pierce was t Cougrcgationalist, Taylor probably had no special preference, Fillmoro was I Unitarian, Johuson was claimed by both Presbyterians and Methodists, Grant and Hayes wero Methodists, and President Garfield belonged to a sect which has a variety of names, as Campbellites, Disciples. Christians. n .ecus-tomowor-ihip- IMC At. aKsv.tpr.ns. Tho editing of a local nowspapcr if no light task, as many nro led to believe. Tnc identity and pcreondity ol tho editor cannot ho concealed or avoided ho speaks himself and all his renders know him, and upon him rests tho whole responsibility of all ho says. nnd an ardent desire to do well tnd to deserve well nt tho hands of his iubsrriliors and patron prompt him ti ilrivo constantly in peasoii and out of lesson no to conduct his journal as to reflect credit upou himself and upon the community iu which it is published. Tho lirrtt and most essential thing iu the conduct of n country journal is to havo it clean, No lino or word should l admitted to ill columns that might tint bo tvx-atciu tho family circle In iU dealings with men it should bo fair nnd just if occasion should arise for prune or blame it should lie justly meted out. Personal prejudice and bias for good or ill should never control tho editorial columns. ' As n purveyor of nows the weekly Nicr needs much watching and constant scrutiny. To thoso essentials for tho decent conduct of a newspaper must lio added the need of the earnest of the community among uhom it circulates and for whoso benefit, if properly conduct), it docs so much. No class of men know better than editors the bitterness of the want of approt. bation and of moral and material If people would only rcalizo what idvrutago it is io a town to havo a paper, thoy would with ono accord tender such encouragement aud support as would lighten tho .'ditorial burden and lift up tho editorial labor heart, bestowed Tho on i livo local journal is very great and it should meet with a trencrons recognition on tho part of all who uro interested in tho success aud prosperity of tho place in which it is published. Seneca Ihlls Jtivclllc. sup-(orde-:c- a auAnr cLECTioxtsKiitxo tutck. A certain candidate somo years ago, in England, stood for u towii which is not inoro celebrated for its electoral purity than for tho extent of its woolen Tho candidate began manufactures. operations by buying all tho Block that was ready for tho market, intimating that he should want us much onco a month for exportation. This was splendid jKO, 000 otcry month and tho London market untouched. Such n memlcr would bo invaluable- to tho town, and he was accordingly elected. So soon as he had thanked the constituency, nnd with tears in his eyes assured them that tho honest, manly strugglo they had made to rescue their town from tho domination of tho viio Radicals should never bo effaced from his memory, ho started off for town, aud sold off all his woolens at an abatement of 2 per cent, on tho cost price, thus securing his scat at tho moderate prico of X300, and forestalling tho market against his independent constituency for n mouth to come. Tho latter wero furious, nnd pretty plainly hinted that if tho man of their unsought choice ever again showed his homo within tho limits of their borough, his head would be made familiar with tho solidity of thoir brickbats. MAXVFACTI'IIK. Oiling tho 930,000,000 of silk fabric , producod In this country, Consul writing from Lyons, remarks that wo havo not a stnglo silk fllaturi worthy of tho name, and are dependent entirely ppon Europe nnd Asia for tho raw ma terial. There nro two questions : Cun wo raiso silk ? And can wo reel it ? The first bus nlrcady beenatnwend, because, having ascertained that tho tmillxTry will do well in this country, ability to laiso tho worm follows. As to reeling, tho impossibility of competing by hand lalior with DO rents n day paid in Kuropo for reeling and 0 to 10 rents in China nnd Japan is evidently hopelois. Machinery must find the wy ovt of the problem, if thoro U any. An American engineer, who "Irclioved it iosihlo to invent machinery which, by the uso aud application of electricity, would not only o overcomo existing difficulties nnd a superior quality of thread, but solve nt the same time the lalxir question, nnd render in tho Uuited States ns possiblo nnd profitable as anywhero else iu the world," has been studying tho subject iu Europe, and Mr. Pcixotto thinks lio has Iiccn successful. Tho dcclino in French filatures ho ascribes to inferior crops, decreased consumption of puro silk goods, superiority of Italian filatures, nnd comiwtition in China nnd Japan. Tho picture in his mind's oyo is tho successful establishment hero of every branch of silk industry, from tho loaf to tho perfected fabric, nnd ho Hatters himself that what tho cotton gin has dono for cotton this now invention (which ho does not describe) may do for silk, nnd that this country may accomplish iu silk all it has accomplished iu cotton fabrics. There has ltccti a marked cheapening of silk already, very fair black fabrics sow lrciug obtainable at retail for S1.C0, which would havo cost 32.25 fifteen years ago, and this is not quilo all ascribed to appreciation of currency. Of all toxtilo materials, silk is tho warmest, tho lightest rclativo to warmth, tho most flexible and most agreo-abl- o to tho body, far tha strongest, aud is incomparably superior iu respect to dyeing and facility of weaving. To have tho material produced iu this country would probably bo of somo advantage to tho mills, and, although tho picture presented here is perhaps too flattering, it has an interest as suggesting n pleasant possibility, for silks may not always bo tho rare fabrics thoy now are. Poix-ottopro-ttneg MILK rv.i.vr.i rn, mod to think that Femnndina tlio leopiest placo In tho world, but that wm lMsforo I hnd seen Banta Fo. The drowsy old town, lying in n sandy vnlloy inclosed on thtvo sides by mountain walls, is built of adobes laid in houses, and resembles nn extensive brick-ynrwith sentlerod sunburnt kilns ready for tho fire, Tho approach iu midwinter, when snow, deep on tho mountains, rests iu ragged patches on the red soil of Now Mexico, is to the lust degree disheartening to the traveler entering narrow streets, which appear inoro lanes. Yet, dirty nnd unkempt, swnrming with hungry dog, it tins tho charm of foreign flavor, nnd, like nn Antonio, retains somo portion of the. grace which long lingers nlmiit, if, indeed it ever forsakes, tho Pot where Spain has held rule for centuries, nnd tho soft syllables of tho Spanish toiiguo nro yet heard. It wns n primeval stronghold beforo llio Spanish conquest, and n town of somo importance to the white rare when Pennsylvania was a wilderness and the first Dutch Governor wns slowly drilling tho Kuiclcrlrorkcr ancestry iu tho different evolution of marching around the Onco the capital nnd renter of the Pueblo kingdom, it it rich in historic interest, und tho archives of tho Territory, kept, or rather neglected, in tho leaky old Pulacio del OoWrnador, where I wiite, hold treasure worth tho seeking of student and antiqiisry. Tho building itself has n history full of pathos and stirring incident as tho ancient fort of St Augustine, nnd is older than that venerable pile. It had been the palace of the Pueblos immemorial ly before tho holy name Santa Fowns given ill hiiptirtu of blood by the Spanish conquerors ; palace of tho Mexicans nftrr they brolio nway from the crown ; nnd palace ever since its occupation by HI Gringo. In tho stormy scenes of the seventeenth century, it withstood several sieges ; was repeatedly lost nnd won, as tho white man or the red held the ictory. Who shnll say how many and how dark the crimes hidden within these dreary earthen walls. Mrs. Lew Wallace, in Atlantic Monthly. W NOTICE ! Oil A II OnCIIAKI Dofailom wrtk. CHURCH PIRCCTOHT. 'W03VtN K01)TE.,r Louisville, New Albany & Chicago TIIK MIIXN! . J. It. JIUTCIIINCI8. Propr srln.lln;TiiftJJ nl I'll.Urinf IU-- m etch ono-stor- y AMFJUCAN- - Mutiial Aid Society r JCuiitutilcy. t'piiii toll i llttlnn 1 hT rrrplrl th nienfy for I.lnrnln anl llirrilroiintlrs ol IhU innni worthy n.l prrrKllr tflltM InMllullon, lli otJKt nfllid A M. A. Hlrty Itlng "In jiiotl.U flntnrlnl !! lolh wlilovs. unhtn. hrlra. Irm- Irrtiml is'lgnior lln)rnM inrmlt." Noon II will houM bnlutit lo tfrur mtmUnhlp sRonl ma pltuur lo lt full Inlormtlion to Hiam ending It n.l rlrruUrn ihowlnn the olJrtt ul Iha norietr, ntninor Inf omeff', .'r rinriernnd v. vinrnron. MnilluiJini,cvfuiii.naTt ll raornlnii and Trayer Meeting errry merit eitrpt the Ihlnl Hunilay School at HW A. Tharvlay nlaht. lief II. C. Morrlann, Haperlntenilrati ArTlrlt llv. J. M llaoc. raaTorrHeMlfea onHeconJ arxl Konrth Hundari, rnornlnf anil niaht, lrarer Meotlnc erery Weilmwlay after. noon, HunJay dthool at I.M a. u, IU K. Ilarraw HiierlnlenJriit. IIRIMTIAN. Wontdp lie the innrfTion ry IxirJ'a day. lYrarhlae by l"r. J. W. (let Railway. LINK IUINNINII O.V.V ami fourth tanl'a daa. Knnilay Mehool Joe. Beteranff, Murerlntenilent. at Hlltlf II. ItT. I. H. JLIeK- II niT, fill or. Hun.Ur rVhool at JO. John W. luint,Mutlniftilfnt, Union 1'raror Meetlnfon C a. riiUiiinn LOUISVILLE Vnhm) TO Cars! l. AND KOI.IH TIIAINM CHICAGO! Irani prl" WeJnra-la- ntihti OPERA HOUSES. HTANroilD, KY. KranrholU A N. II. IU arrlre In Louliallla Mono In time to take Iba arenlnf train of lb Itoute" and ro throuh to Hrrttit. Notirrt l'aNen(tre the Knoi-Tlll- e Oriciirimllp. Crnn rorilHtlllf, Irujello nml Clilrnno wlllinnt f hn?c. 110 I'. Ml, fllllIMIHIO W. P. WALTON, KunforJ, Kr- timktaiim: rlTATHlNS. Tially. - Proprietor. Dally. L & N & GLOBE TiiNiiraiice - i lOt.V). Klxhtroinpletaaeta ol rWn-rr- y Hit of Ml Aealfnic ralarlly, Inrludlox Kallery. too. Itraaonable ratre to (imI, altratllona. AilJreaa aa atofe. at. l.e. tiultTllle Arr. Ilrrenraille.... ' Crawlordnllle " Uli jf lie.. " Chhaa-- o .. Tltpm 7 01 am It pro I 01 a m 1 ti.1 a m 3 tl n S IS aw 4 If pro 7 10 a ui I M nu Stanford Female College. NTANI'OItl), ItY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thlllnitllullon on tbe 2d Monday In The woaldlml route, with only one ilunreof ran. Wall ulnla In Wlaninaln, Mlnneaota, Iowa, Nebraika, Ar For lurlher liJormatlon, MttltllAY KM.I.MI.I1. I'. A., lauiUtllle, Ky M. town-pum- llloin Company III Thlrlrenlh rVwInn neat. ! himilr ALI.TIIK IIIIANCIIKHtlK A fffLO'JlSVI LLF"CNAILaR THt CRCAT American Aneti, TH0R0UGHENGL1SHC0UR3E Lones paid in 31 yean Arataujbl, aa veil aa fa U. S. exceed $31,000,000.00 DIIAW-IN$5,212,737 81 Solid, Prompt nnd Honorable. 1'arg losses vt Ithout (10 tints' discount. Poos tlio Lcadiog American HDBIU, TUB LANaUAOKS. AND l'AINTINO. Through Trunk Lino O Bniioeis. 1'olltlM written br Viu; I'repiraiujy, TERMS MODERATE. Ik In Tuition, nrlree ranto tl lo riyulir IrrtuirnU. I'rliuary. tli, Interaiedlate from tVI In iw. ana i.oiiegiaie, fwo. JOHN 8IX OTIlim III- - M. PHILIPS, 1 Agent. COMI'ANIKH For full Mttlruliri. aa to llnam. if .aJlrre HKM. N. V. THIIi:ilUKr. rrlHrljial, Run brj. unrain uo.. at tbe lime arrnrr. Ilatta rrawnabb. Newspaper of the Boutb, Without Change and with Sped Uftrhnlt. ROUTE Representativo HALL'S Ratarrh, P,B 13 RECOMMEWPED I1Y FHTaiCIAHli JTe SHORTEST AND QUICKEST laoU lOOiaTILlK TO Tilt THE WEEKLY SOUTH & WEST Wllhoat ckakra lo ! PULLMAN. CARS Kaahillle, Marupbla, .,..- - nn ( Courier - Journal AH OlHtAN OF piaimei,. niienin, pea iiiistlf Live Issues, Living Ideas BEST ROUTE TO FLORiOA nnd Ostarrh of tha Nnaal Ulcorntltet I Catnrrli of tho Car, Cjo or Throat. It taken INTKRNALLV.anil ncte DIREOTLV upon tha Blood nnd Mucoue Surfnoos of tha Sratem. It I tho heat Blood Puriner In tha WORLD, nnd la worth ALL that In churned for It. for THAT olono. Catlty-Chronlo CATTLE HAISISa J.V SOUTU AilRU-JC- Last spring, beforo tho martins ap poured, a family of sparrows took possession of n house which they had used, and built their uests in it, Ouo day Hit martins came, and, finding their Wguu a pitched battle foi IKMucssion. Tho light ended iu u victory for tho maitius, who droro tho sparrow away and turned, their nests out on tc the ground. Next day tho sparrows returned strongly reinforced, and renewed tho battle This time thoy were the victors, and tho martins wcro driven away. But on the following day the martins returned with abundant reinforcements, and onco inoro tho conflict was renewed. This timo it lasted ull day, with great fury, nnd at night the battlo was a drawn one. At this stage of affairs a compromiso was effected. The inartiu house is in two stories, and, as if oy mutual agreement, tho martini! took one story and tho sparrows the other. On tho following morning both tribes begun building their nests hi their respective stories, where they havo continued to dwell peacefully ever (Man.) Chronicle. ipiaiten-occupied, siuco.--lierkih- lnuns of uaiti a:. Tho lifo of tho cattlo is wholly freo. or cstancier, is tho Tho owuer of n very extensive tract of pasture land, and ho leaves tho animals to livo upon it, to feed themselves, and multiply at their will. Tho stock, oven rein tho wildcit and gions, form small herds of from 100 to 150 head, which aro uiado up of steers, cows, calves and bulls, but are always composed of the same individuals, aud always inhabit the same very limited region of tho campo, aud the animals pass their lives within this region without being confined by any inclusnre. Tho distinctive character of tho groups is especially curious in tho more populous regions, as tho southern part of ltio Grahdo or Montevideo, where herds may bo seen almost iu contact without mixing, coming together aud making themselves up generally without trouble, aud thoy live thus sido by side for years without becoming acquainted with each othor. Each herd is so coherent that, when ono of its members takes fright aud turns away, all will follow In consequence of this habit, it is very difficult, when tho cattle are sold, to them from tho herds uud to get them along for tho first few leagues. If thoy aro not watched, thoy will escape, pass by thousands of other animals without noticing thou, and join their companions ngaiu. Popular ScUnce Monthly. stock-raiser, least-populo- it A VHKAU. In Htifver'a Monthly, Mrs. Harriet Woods Baker, a thoroughly truthful person, gives a dream of tho drowning of Her, Caleb Stetson's son 011 a voyage. Tho facts of the fall from tho most are given exactly as thoy occurred, and wero told by Mrs. Baker, before uny, thing had be heard of youug Stotsou, persons, whoso tentimouy is I to several given in this article. Mrs. Baker, u sister of President Leonard Woods, uus .wry sick at tho time, uud generally thought to bo dying. r.ulilinrr mi lliiiliwmil. liill Lynchburg, Vn., recently guo birth to fettr gW two boys and two girls, uud rN el Whw 'were living and doing uull ukcu Ust Iptfd from. tk Um wJ pay your luUcrlptioo, T.vn Vu. liUHATIOX VF KTKUXITT Various illustrations have been suggested to convoy to tho mind somo idea of illimitablo duration. It has been said, suppose that ono drop of ocean should bo dried up uvery thousand years, how loug would it lw ere tho last drop would disappear and tho ocean's bed be left dry and rusty ? Fur onward as that would bo iu tho coining uges, eternity would but have commenced. It has been suid, suppose this vast globe upon which we tread were couipoMl of particles of tho finest sand, uud that ouo particle should disappear ut tho termination of each million of years, oh, how inconceivably immense must bo tho period which must elapse beforo the lust particle would bo gone I uuld bo in its And yet, eternity morning twilight It haa said suppose some little insect, so small ua to lie imperceptible to tho naked eye, wero to curry this world by its tiny mouth-ful- s to the most distant star iu the heavHundred of millions of years ens. would bo reipiired for tho single journey. Tho insect commences ou tho leaf of u tree aud hikes its little loud, so small that e en tho iuicroscoo cuuuot discover thut it is goue.uud Ms outou its ulmost-endleAfter millions uud journey. millions of years have rolled uwuy it aras All dlneasea resulting from rives b.fk for its second load. Oh, nervous debllitv, mental anxiety, degress-Io- n what iiiteiininublo uges would elapse 1m of spirit tnd functional derangement of fore the wholi) tree would 1m) rcmovcdl When would the forest bo gone? And nerioui rteui, cured ty German Iurigo-rsto- r. gee advertisement. For sale by tho globe? Even theu, eternity would Penny & McAlIiter. not have commenced. In-eo ss self-sbus- is on undeniable fact that tho requirements of civilized lifo fetter our liberty. And tho more complex civilization gets, the more bmdeusomo it becomes, until wo aro fain to run uway in which any direction from tho tread-miTuko for wo havo built for ourselves. iustauco the single item of tho supply of food to our human necessities. Plenty is tho first essential ; theu we must havo variety and delicacy, then ilno waro from which to eat, nnd nn experienced servant to care for it, ns well ns to prepare tho meals; other refinements are gradually added, uutil tho iierformanco of satisfying hunger amid plenty becomes a and feat of organization, execution not ut ull inferior iu difficulty to tho original probleiA of procuring the raw material of food itself. It finally comes to this that there is more distress over tho failure of the domestic to scrub tho silver or brush up the crumbs than there would onco huvo beeu over tho Such im (;f tho dinner entirely. aginary cures should lo stoutly resisted. Let us lie side that these modem "conveniences" uro not traps to impose somo new mid embarrassing fetters, quite different from tho opportunity for enlarging lifo which is anticipated from them. Keep the necessities of life well within hounds uud find something outsido of them, of a more ennobling character, for all tho leisure which cuu lo made. It 'is very eusy to till up leisure with "fanoy work" und "loafing" and one's self tired from mere absence l exhilarating mental etl'ort or )orhonj jxicrieuc43 outside of tho mint ordinary tlfish ways of life. Fictitious burdens ire the heaviest to carry. ll It cirtu.i:u Linn. KXllt.lSIl it A J cw AY OAllS. English railwny cars generally aro limited to three classes. Each is divided into several compartments, mostly four, each compartment being entered by a door on tho side, and separated by a closed partition from tho compartment adjoining. These partitions render impossible the characteristic long halls of the American trnin, nnd only by means of a small platform extending on the. outside can ouo section bo entered from another. This platform is also utilized by tho guard iu collecting tho tickets of tho passengers, nnd tho same aro passed to him through tho cotnpnrtmcut windows. Tho cars being entered on the of tho passengers must side, one-haride backward, aud it tho train bo full tho four persons who enjoy tho window seats uro tho only ones who ride with comfort, and catch even imjierfcct glimpses of tho scenery through which tho traiu pastes. s compartments are tho Tho most oxiieusive of all. The floor is generally covered with n rug which is clean aud new. The windows glisten and aro tastefully curtained. Tho seats aro luxuriously cushioned. compartments, as a Tho second-clas- s rule, nro not much less comfortable than tho first. Tho floor is often bare, but clean, tho seats nro less elegantly A good sccoud-clas- s car in Kngland or Germany is cften more richs ly furnished than tho average car in Italy or Franco ; but iu either country cushions, curtains and comfort aro generally wanting iu third-clas- s In tho English tho floor compartments. is baro and often covered with dirt, tho windows aro dusty aud tho boards for seats aro hard. Ou account of tho low rates of faro tho mass of tho ieoplo pro-fe- r this class, and tho cars aro generally crowded. Between Liverpool and London, by tho Northwestern Company's trains, for carriage tho cliargo is about a first-cla8.25 in American currency; for n second class, $5.25 ; for a third class, only St compartment, too, Tho third-clas- s may bo on tho samo car with tho first, or, if not, attached at least to tho samo passengers a.'o allowed train. First-clamoro baggage than tho third, although in cither case articles that can bo crowded under tho seat go free. All luggago is weighed but is never checked, and for any excess above a certaiu weight a ticket is required. lt first-clasfirst-classs ss oumiw .... In Palace t'ara Wllboal Itance. MORAL Ksasr Or POECES. An MONOPOLIES, OLIGARCHISM SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rroa llle In Pa are line ol Ihla road will ClTlllinHrl receive apedai low ratca. See Aroti ol ll.li rnany lor ratra, roolae Ar or write T. A. C. ', ATMOHf, 0. P. ' Loulaillle, Kf. lialii PMIHRAMTCO I I t'ara allheal tbeere. akl" hom.aonthe t ! And ra offer Ona Hundred Oollnna tor nny C.iao of Cntnrrh It will not Cum. CI, UK A.NV CAST- WILli Ily the itrullarly nordnl adifrllaenitnlaof rlral OOctt of A. T Bmrarrr Jt Ckxl which Cniciuu, 111 . Juno 4, Ibm, ( roulee,Mioilntare liable toderelfe the publle The end Uulckral lioule flora Llocln. ilrttrl. F J. Ckrntytf i n, 7Wli, IU la Ike f Untie turn. I takn t.leaioire In rod natl Writ that 1 liaio uaed II alia Catarrh fum, It liaa WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L ruml roe- -1 woa very bad -- and don't lireltatn lo aay that will euro anyraaeof Catarrh If taken & MISSISSIPPI R. W. Hu no luperlor as great fatally sd1 pol.ttr! proueriy. it aourainny, worl.l. It. Calculation U piper la tbo J. WiiTntaroan. AVOHTII 810 A IIOTTLi:. rt Altai: it 10 IToura R Untrur. Jackson, HIcIl. wrltm llaro lud Catarrh for SO yearn. Ilill'a Catarrh Cure currd Than any political newspaper In tho Bout It, and It mo. ConnUorlt worth liawaliotllo. ! ld eicf HfU by Lut few In lh UnlteU Hlalea. It con! rta per bottlo. by tains each week the most rouiplfta sumiaary ol Maniifacturril all DnieelttJ Cilia EY CO. awl enLOir " lloure ahead of all olhar llnea. ttie news of the worM, anl lis editorial columns TOLlilX), OUIO. (Henry U'atterson, l!iLoMnCbleQ are always tola ITpotUitun, l'ally Tialua.wllb nochaucaof care for any able, strong an J bright. Anion tbe For aale In Htanlbrd by IVnoy A McAIUtrr. clawul 4Mentera. rst'L.iiAi la rr.Ai uurwi la from all thvleaJIna; points Are Telegraphic 8pee IllT Tralna to Uulnlll., with I're Parlor Kerlal and Miort lu th United titateaaml Cera. 8tories,Talmgea tenuous tbedsy alter dellrery Dally Tralna to KtaniTllle, 4 boura In ad. Id Itrocklyii'laberDscle, iUrket Jlcporls, FashTanre of all id her routea, with one leae change ion Letters, Turf sod IS tuck Answer lo oi rara. Correal undents' lepirliueul, loelry and Depart Dally Tralna to Cairo, 7 houre qultker than ment wr imhirrn. so uome in ine touuiry any other line, and no c banco of rara. should he without It. I 2DallyTraloa to New Oilrana. No change of AiciuUkllM Id " THE SPIBIT OP 8UBSIDY1 0NL7 INTERNAL CURE rljCAIARRR (VIN TIIK MAllIlirr0.1 Don't Be Led Astray That Thieving' Tariff jtAxr Tutus niijr a 01 - i Cincimifil. to St. Louis Ujri, Afflicted, Attention 2 DK. OANN'S REMEDIES FOR THE MILLION. MANUr'AtTllilKtl 1IY 2 NVIISCMVTMOS TRiMSt Daily, f 12 a year. Bundsy. f2 a year, Weekly, singly copy one Trr, f!.M: rivftruplea, one year, eW&O. After a club ol fire, has been sent us the club raiser can, throughout lh yesr, add sliiKta subscription st our liwct club rate- 11.10 fur yearly subscriptions. Yearly subscriptions only ran be received at t hi i rate. Our terms lor leu than a yrar are 11 foi eight months, 75 rents fur sis utonlhs; 60 cents for three months. A sample copy of Weekly tfurlerJtmrudl U sent free of chance tor examination on application IJbrral cash comiulnloii allowed canvassers, aud outfit seul thfiu freeof chsriCA. Addrrm W. N UAiAty.nAS. rresIdrntOourlcr-Journ- al Co., Louisville, Ky. W. K. IIANN, U. I)., MONTICCI.LO. KY. The wurM la HUM with tbe wun.lrrful, Uaull- rul and Inlrlrale Inrenllona ol luao, yrt all Ida roiubined talrnt and (eolna that the world hae ei er known baa ueirr rodund anylklDf that ran Democratic and for a Tariff for Revenue only, THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS FOR MAN AND BEAST. For moro than a third of a cenrnrr tlio Icait I ualanff l.lulanelit liaa IMii'll known to million nil over tlio world ut rh. ntilv Auf.t tvllnnnn fnr Ihn ri!iff nl BacclilcnU nml luiln. It U a mwllolno or Ita ubovu jirieu uml lirolao tlie Mud. i'ortviry rormgrciUjrualiMUii !tl c Uio roiupare with "Ir. (lann'a nerueJIea." UeJIial kill and arlnre bafe, aa let, tailed to dlaeorer to Ibrui, Kr tbe cure of the any thing tiir which they are reruuiuien.lcl. Aa tbelr tlrtiiaaand uieaare Draliedbr Ihouianda throucfa. out tlielenitb and brradlb ot the land, and aa Impress This Upon Your Memory. (Standard Kaiullr MMIrloee. they caoncl be ei la the only Hue by which you The . A- celled, and are fully aubatanllalrd by the elroof ran gel through, can Iroui Cincinnati loht. liula eatteitlmonlala. wlthoulpajlug ratra tare In aJJIllon lo money Kor Cunghi, IVilJf, Croup, llroorhllla, tViniump tlou and all lllaraaeaaol thelbrual and Lunfi, pall lor ticket. r'ortlrkela, ralea, or any Inhumation, rail on Acentaof ronaectloff llnea. Vho Dr. Uhiiii'm CoiiKb Nyrnp. Ticket N-If I'lnaerallat IU Walnut at, IS Weal Fourth it.. Orand Hotel, , For Llrer (louiplalnpyipeiala, lihlUeatlonaun-direUIIILIIIIIdll (ur Depot lout of kllllitrect, Comtlatlon, Hour htoruacb and all llllloui Uleraaea, W. W. I'KA IMIDV, W. II. Sll ATTUC, (Irii'l tliuacrr. Ilen'l l'aweoer All ITmd Dr. daiiti'M UnclnnatE. Cure. J. D. Illl.l, l'anrnger A(eut, Ubeoou, Ky For Kheumattaui, Neuralgia, Ppralna, Hrtlara and Nwelllnga-- an eilernal applleatlon fur wan or olbrr llnea. The O. A' H. la the only lloe wllb Dally Tralna Irani Clnrlunati lo XI. Louie, ruaklne illrerl cunnectlona In tbe Union Wlwt (al HI KouWlellli klluourl I'aclCc Itailway, Ht. lanile. Iron llouti-lai- n A noulbem luileay, Cblragu & Alton lull, roatl, Cblraa-o- , lluillnetou A (lulncy luilruad, Keokuk A HI. Uiuli lUllroaJ; Wabaib, HU lauli A lV'flc llallroad, Mleaiurl. Kanaaa A Trial Kail way, lit Iiula A Han r'raoclatii Itallway. Hours IJuHb"1""1" l'hlc', Ito""" Twu lloura Iaa Time on Ibe bliy Idll3d3 Pitt! rare, and leaa chant of rara than by 12 i .. Plnrinnaln I.lvcr Leul VhC Dr. faHllll'H Iillllllll'lla. all KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. r rat HE Forlllra, lleiuorrboldt, llurna, Hilula and aliullar dlwaaua, Vhu Dr. (Jhiih'h ITho I'llu Oliilmeiit. ItlUtr-NHoet MOST PbtlllABLK UOUTK T-O- For Freak Cuta, liurni, Ulcere and Old riorra, lt Dr. Caiinn'M Olnltuc-iil- . MEXICAN to contlnu-uncof iuIii unit liinjtiiiiuatloii ltiiiricHUioii llimmii Klcaliuml tlinllnitoCn-utlni- i urocuuully romlrrrul. Tlio Jlczlcan '.'tie o Iuik-alblci. Uric Dr.Gniui'H Nloniacli IIIKerH Apllrer and Wood I'urlOer, doce, Ireacbanteaand And declJnlly the Popular Itoute, aBordloe, aa It auierlor arconiiaodatlona to Mnttnncr I.lnlmcnt la wltliont nn cnuol. A ltellablaToule. and alao curea Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, K. U and Cincinnati. XTralua each way 1; PuU loan Palace 1 era; Klrgaut New Day Coacbee, and haudaoualy furnlabed ltecllnlng thalr Cera loru Ibe unequaled equlpiuenla of ibla Old Kellable, thereby making a trip Of er Ibla line on olluiu rloua comfort aud plraaura. Try II. iiiuacla It iieaictratva lletli mitltint very liuue lnnklnrr IiyiMala, luJIgratlon, l.lrtr The North, N orltiwcet and Weal. In fact, If you liuiplalat. Malarial revert and all 4riodlrai cuute u plat a trip In any dlreitlon, your Internal will be Uelaerted by purchaalnf. your llchata ?la Illaeaara. Manufaetund and lor aale by Hole Muntlrello, Ky. BlfAII or J era M-- tl by lu.ll will rreelre piouipt alleullun. w. ic. proprietor, avr. x., . Tilt: UKAD-l.lXIC- lt. MUSTANG Unlmoiit U nentloil liy aoiiirlxKly In cvfry liouan. Lvvry day brlnir news of llio Kuy of an awful Malil or hum aulxliuxl, of rlitumatio inartyia or n valuahla liurao or ox auvcil by Uiu licaltiiB jionvr o( UiLi TIMK TA1II.E, IN KFFEOJ MAY JO. I Ml. Tho professors of journalism, who periodically tell us nbout newspapers, havo failed to notice a comparatively modem and a very important feature of . tho newspaper, namely, tho This is a department of tho paper which has stealthily conquered for ilsolf an influence which even nowspajwr malingers sometimes inadequately recognize. It often happcus that tho ingenious artist in this department is really editing tho paper. Ho can convey an impression which tho writers of ponderous leaders aro endeavoring to avoid. Ho cuu create a doubt or awaken a suspicion by a word, or sow single nrlfully-chosebroadcast nu opinion which it ruay tako columns of writing to show is uufouuded. Suggestions that" aro buried iu tlio bodies of articles may attract no notice; but the flaming hoadliuo takes) tho eyo ut onco, uud its diagnosis of tho matter which it criticisott may lie very wide off without tho uierngo reader Tho head-linuny corrective. largely regulates tho emphasis that is given to tho report of current events. Small matters iu this way uiuy In) magnified, aud mero conjectures invested with nearly tho dignity of established facts. Toronto Mall. head-linesn tlio-maro GHESHPEilU rOK OHIO RY. tlOUTII. Kentucky's Kouto . 1 be ouly line ruiininK Lte. OiTlngtuu S East LINIMENT nhlrli apcfdlly ciirp tuclt allmcnta of tlio III WAN i'l.Hsll a Ithauniatlaiiii NtvellliiRii OtlrT foiiiii. tiuiiracicu jiiiiacicv jiuriia nuil Nralda. 'uta, llrulaea nml Mpraliiai I'ulaoiioiii Ultra , and hiliilja, hlllUiraa, Old illilaliia. Morcai lTlcra. 1'roaf Nora lXIiilrai Cut aat and e. Indeed every form or catcruat It lieala without acart. IIUUT13 CUEATIOH It CUTV3 For tlio Nnraliia, Ntelmiy. Mill Jnlnta, Kuuuderi llarueaa tiorea. Hoof !! eaaaa, Toot Hot, berevr IVoriu. Hcali, llolloiv Horn, Ntralclira, Vlud Npavlii, Tliruali, lllnalioiia, 8 alia,Korea, loll l'.ll. I'lliu upon III Ilia hlulit and every olliii-- ulliiieut to wlli Ii Ilia oreiipaiile of Iha Ulalila and Moek Yanl are liable. Ybo JMeilraii AluataiiK l.liiluicnt alwuyu cures and novcr illauitoluU ftiid li Is, jioalUvcly, alia-tna- Washington, PhlladolphiaN.Y. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPINO OARS 1 40 a lu " KaliuoutU,.... " Oynlhlaua..,. III oo a in " 1 aria. II SO a in Arr. Islington,.., II IS I. HI Lte. Iilngtou ... Ii ti p io Arr. Wlucbealcr... IU IW " Ml. blcrllug I1UI UI " Aabland . ... 7 01 p IT No.t. I No. I. I No.4. 10 am S 00 p iu 4 10p u 4 SO ii 0 10 u 0 IUIU lUliU 7 p ui SO S Up p w ft SI p la ui l pu ui pin SIO put 77 01 IU ' lluutluglou. Nouui. Lva, llunllugton... A SOliD TEAIN ' raoil " Mt.Uterllog. Wlocbeattr Arr, Islington ... Lte, Islington.. 11 . 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No. 3 runa dally eaitpt rtunday) baa through roatbee lo llunilng. No. rum dally oirept Sunday letween Ion Corluglou aud Leiluglou, No, 6 ruua dallyi aud ua elrgiul day coach from Waaulng. Ion. Pullman ttlecprr fruu Kanawha 1'alU aud luii lor care from Leilogiou lu Clucluoall. Ouly Hue. I and S lun dally, eacepl Hau. three day, aud hare through loacbea from lluutjugbiu aud Sit. Hterllug. Direct runuecllou at withlatagea for Klchiuond,Ky.,Uwjwtburg.ty., t All Virginia and North Carolina Points. and lurtbtr luluruiatloa. apply to For your Deanl IU Ul oitira, or addroaa JAMVM V, KKNNT. Uml. Wealeru Accut, LINIMENTS 702 MAW OR alo. l!ogtou aud Veraalllo,Ky, B1AST, 310 W. Mulii HI., IuUUI,Ey. V. W. NHITII, H. W. rilLLKK, Ueu'l Faaa'r A3!. Uau'l Manager. Klckuiend, Vlrjlola. CUBUOWN. Ueu'l Paaa. A Tkt. A 14. tlenual an$, Cotlogtoa, Kr, OEO. II, McKlNNtY, TraUng Fralght aud Paueug.r Agau I, tJUolord, Ky. bupariutendtul. (I. W. BKNDEU. tl ,fr-r-.