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In tho genial company of tho storyAn enterprising Chicago man has tellers of Kentucky who haunt Mr. invented u "mnrhla burial raakel," lviiotl'd rooms, I liavo heard many which has had considerable, ante in tho drnmntio recitals. I'oaaihlr nothing West nnd Now York. moro drnmatio than tho midnight nd It ia mndn "nf Portland nnd Kccnc vciiturn of n Kentucky major nt n cement, nnd ia imperishablo nnd indewedding where ho was na n young structible. Surviving friends of tho dead have n natural and commendaman, "full of blood nnd h I, air." In his day a Kentucky wedding wna ble dcairo to preaervo tho lmdies of tlio occasion nf tho most lavish hospi- their loved onea from decay ns long na tality, Tho homo of tho particular iK)slblo. Wooden coffins decay very wedding drfcrilxd hy tho major wni speedily, nnd those mado nf iron rust packed with guests. They nil wcro nnd crtimblo nwny in a very short jolly nnd happy. Tho ovening"" wna time when subjected to tho chemicals In tho earlier ages ono round of gnycty. At midnight of tho earth. when ho enmo to go to bed tho head stono graves hown nut of solid rock of tho major wan racked nnd heavy wcro tho favorito receptacle for tho from numerous potations. Ho just dead, not only hecauso thoy resided remembered ho wna to sleep in a room tho agencies mentioned, hut also lont tho cud of tho hall, nu tho third calise they preserved tho dead from wna to bo tho tho hands of tho resurrectionists. story. Ilia groom's best mnn. When ho reached Huch ii thing na a solid mnrhlo nr a tho end of tho-- hall ho could not ro stono grave la nut of tho question now, member whether it waa tho right or however, except among millionaires, left lied room. He hesitated n mo- but tho now burial casket meclsiillof tho cnilj eerved hy tho old stone grave. ment, and then chanced on tho left. Evidently he had mado no mistake. It is in striking contrast with tho diTho room wna unoccupied. Ho un- lapidated cloth, wooden nnd iron nnd will supcrscdo tho necessity dressed rapidly, loving his clothes in every direction. In a moment ho of vaults. Eich ono of tho caskets wna in bed, tho light out, nnd n second is n hermetically aenlod c.iliomb in later sound asleep. itfclf. Thoy nro lighter than iron, Suddenly ho was waked by a fist in and tho strongest caskets over mado. hia hack, nnd then a feminino voico Tlio interior ia crfornlcd zinc set on n anid: "Wnko up, Nelly, I wnnt to wrnught-irskeleton frame, lloth tnlk liofuro I go to sleep." tho fratno and tho zinc nro embedded .Then tho Major did wake, and in tlio walla of tho casket. Tlio cotrembled with horror. Ho remember ntent grows harder witli age. ed now thnt tho two bcllea of tho "Ono point, nnd a very strong ono, county, tho handsomest women in iu favor nf this casket ia thnt when it Kentucky, had tho room oposile is closed it becomes a perfect whole. him. Ho had gotten into tho wrong The cover ia joined to tho caakot with room J"d lied. Tho last comer had tho same cement with which tho cascome up, had undressed in tho dark, ket ia made, nnd hcuco it ia hcrmeti-call- y nnd had stolen in by tho sido of what scaled without joint or crack. It alio thought wna her companion, is n complete, solid mnrhlo enso. AnTho major fairly shivered with other great ndvantago of our caskets fright. At nny moment tho real com- over thoso of wood or iruu ia tho fact panion might come, nnd then ho know thnt burial ceremonies can bo held whut would follow. Tho girls had with perfect safety over tho bodies of several uncles, cousins aud brothers Kirsona who havu died of coulngious in tlio houso. They all shot very diseases. There is not tho slightest well. A scene would merely result danger of contagion." iu his Iteing riddled first nnd allowed "A first class inarblo casket docs to explain afterward. not cost any more than tho lest mako After 0116 aecond, nu eternity nf of iron nr wood. Tho upholstering thought, tho msj ir resolved on a lold nnd tho outsido trimmings nru nil of course. Ho jumjted from tho bed ns tlio boat quality, nnd, iu fact, preciseif ho were iu tho company of nannkc. ly thu6nmo ns thoso used in ordinary Then he faid, in n low tone nf colli ns." -- VOLUME 3, 1883. fhth and The Deril. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 100. . L. . ' 1 W. P. WALTON. Editor and Proprietor I'lililltlint Tiirmtuvi rimf 1'rlitnun, tVJ.no IJ2ll ANNOJ1. dft TlrtM don't Mnl eUmtx In payment of eirrrit to make (hunt, end then of DKilot llnw ndl peer )hrr rent. Iwi titler f e AW 1U11 Messages art ReeeheJ tfio for fjurt of Nnvemlior (lio cnWaliiivlHu' its Icrtnlnu a nt North Kutlmin, Mnaa., emjiloyed tho laali system of signaling. Now the cahlo la worked duplex on tho Stcrnn avalcni, using nu automatic recorder, ljy , which tho mcaaagCA are received in Ink on a narrow atrip of paper. By tho syatem which linn loii (Unplaced tho mp.aa.iRcs wcro ajelled nut hy flashing a rny nf light hark nnd 'forth across a standard line, tho right and loft llsalm corresponding with 'the dotitnnd dashes of tho ordinary In this y Mem i telegraphic alphaltcL tho light is Hashed hy rellection from an extremely light mirror, which ia turned to right nnd left hy tho opjoa ing influences of positivo nnd negntivo impulse. This aysteni lias tho oi hcing operated with alight electric impulroiliut nlso tho disadvau-ta'gof leaving no permanent record. To aectiro tho Intter very imporlnnt end tho recording instrument haa lccn o l'ne bed-fello- cus-ket- a, mi db"iTcd. T t j i H t A recent visitor to Heart's Content dccrilx!i aa follow a tho method nt receiving messages nt that oint. Tho rcconlcr ia it horseshoe magnet, cleo trifieil hy tho usual circles of fmo wire, and Mimciing n small metallic coil Tha coll ia hung lictwccn tlio uingnct sJpolca.and l'Jft lifjlit lover nnd n io thread almost na lino na tho strand of n cohweh is connected with n dclicnto sinlioii liuni! in n litllo reservoir of ink. Tho ink is cleclrifiod, ao na to pruduco n repulsion of tho particles, making it How moro readily through "tlloiphofl, which outsido ia about tho siseof rTIliirnlng needle, nnd tho info rior tuba tesreely larger limn n hnir. 110 lower end of tho aiphon rests against, paper tapo playing perpendicularly through rollers, Tho whole machine is nlmoot ol gossamer fino nesa nnd llexihility, ho iu to miulniizo tho electric strain neceitary for working tho cahle. M ketnis.imsgino no(v ''int n canting miwH Khts been 'signaled from far fccroMf; tho ocean at Valentin. Tlio Operator at lira) ocns tho'simplo inn clunery thnt works tho brass rollers. On tho centre of the tnM, as it passes Itctwccn tho rollers, tho siphon nt first marks only n straight lino. Suddenly tho lino awcrvos to the right or left, jfl'ho niensage has started, nnd thu ond of tho aiphon hits U'giin its record. Worked hy two ko), nnd positively or uegatlvely electrified, tho coil" awiuga tho aiphon point now to one aide, now to tho other, along the tapo. Kcaponsivo to tho trained hand of tho operator, tho filament of ink marks out ono notch, two notches, three uotchci; then suddenly it may ho a high vluvation or depression, until tho tlolicato lino traced on tho tapo looks liko tho tiny outlino of n mountain range. lint it is a rango whoso very hilltop, peak nnd valley menus nu alphabetical symbol to tho telegrapher's oyo. Tho recorder ia tho invention of tho famous cloctrician Sir William Thomson. How delicate nn interpreter it ia may bo inferred from tho fact. that ten jars work 1,800 miles of cuhlo between Valentia and Heart's Content, while jars of the samo electric , .twenty-livpower would Ik needed to work U50 inilca of laud wire; in other words, the recorder ia moro than twelvo times as efficient for iU purpose na tho oidi- nary Morse instrument. Tho recorder traces its character on tho tupo alwut as fast na n slow penman copies h letter, Besides its delicacy of work, tho recorder, na its iiuuio import, has tho merit of leaving tho record of tho menage. 1j1.T TUB l'lIOl'LUltCMIIMIIHIt. Let tho pooplo remember that tho Fedora 1 government is collecting moro inouoy than it can houostly ami economically spend; that iu the surplus lie tempta tiou to oxtravngauco aud jobbery; that every act of misgovcrniuont of tho republican party, from tho (J rant Iling frauds, can bo steafijtotho 'traced to it; thit until it ia rooted out of our political system thoro will bo no ond to such ovili; that tho democratio party stands pledgod, with vows it has nuvor yet broken, to reform aud economy, and n rod net ton of tho revenues, aud that its groat victory nf last full Wu was won upon such principles, iertown Reunion. o Star-Houto Treatment ot Consumption Dr. Felix Oiwald says that con sumption is mnro easily cured than nny other rhronio diaense. Tho population living nt nn clovation of 1,000 feet nliovo tho sea lovol havo been shown to lio quito free from consump tion. What tho doctor calls "indigestion of respiration" is bred by humid climates nnd stagnant nir. He liolioves in tho theory of tho German Dr. Koch, that parasites aro a phaso ofthodiaeaso.but maintains that their npponranco does not nmountto n death sentence. "Ceaao to feed tho lungu with flzotio gases," ho says, "and Dr. Koch's nniinnlculn will atarvoand disappear." Hoclaimi that all but tho last stages of consumption can !o sub dued by outdoor exerciao. Ho con demns tho night nir superstition, and recommends mountain oxcuraions, oven to tho extent of a thrco months' tour under tho disadvantages of insufficient clothing and protracted faats, ns certain to effect n euro in a majority of cases. Ilo points out malnutrition of tho lungs as ono of tho ciusc3 of consumption nnd suggests fatty substances nnd sweet crenm ns tho beat lung food. A vocal eflort, ho saya, doesn't injure tho respiratory organs; on tho contrary, it strengthens them, nnd ho thinks that consumptives should cuvr cattle drivcra, "wlioao business gives them a plauaiblo pretext for yelling." Too many clothes ho considers harmful, whereby tho perspiration is forced back upon tho body and tho lungs havo to do doublo work. Uo Horltl, Tht A very thin wninin had felt tho power of Hie spirit nnd lieeu converted and alio appeared before tho session tn paw tho preliminary examination. "Havo you experienced a change of heart?" asked tho elder, gently. "Yes, air, I believe I have." "And you want.to live a now life?" "Yea, sir, I hope I do." "Aro you willing to renounco tho world, tho flesh and tho devil?" "Sir?" WALL PAPER TRIMMED AND HEADY TO TUT ON, ! AT M'EOBERTS &STAGG'S Druggists mid Ilooltsollcrs, Opora Houso Block, Stanford, Ky "Are you willing to renounco tho world, tho flesh and the devil?" "Do I havo to do that?" "Certainly, if you would lio a consistent christian." "Can't I givo up two of them nnd still go into the church?" "No, tho renunciation must bo complete." "Well, then you must excuse me. I want In bo a christian. I want to givo up tho world and tho devil, but if a woman as thin already as I am, has to cive up any more flesh, she might as well givo up wanting trt bo a christian aud go and join a sido show aa tho great American only living skeleton. Gentlemen you will have to excuio mo. I want to join the .church, but I'm not prepared to join a Tho Drum sido show this summer. incr. The Republican H. Stanford, G. - RUPLEY Kentucky, MmtCIIAltfT OPAKiOR, Groceries, Provisions, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Coc9 Party Must Co. voice: "Miss, for (iod's sake don't scream. There ia a horrible mistako hero. Djn't rcrcam. I am goingbto get my clothes aud get out. For God's sake don't scream I ' Not hearing a word in reply, the mnjor lcgan to hunt for hia clothes. Ho did not daro striko n light. Ha was in tho very short night garments of the period, and it could 'not bo too dark for him. Ho hunted his (lollies willi great difiiculty, dreading cncli moment to ace tho door open nnd the other young lady wnlk in. Finally ho huddled nil his clothes together, nil butuuo stocking, when a voico from tho bed said: "Hurry up, air!" At this ho bolted to tho doer. Luck was on his side. No ono was iu tho hall. Ho mado a dash across and arrived in hia own room, where his friend hadn't yet arrived. Hardly had ho closed tho door when ho heard a rush of flying feet down tho hall and tlio rustlo of skirts as tho room opposite waa entered by hello No. 2. It was a lucky eecapo. Tho stocking was afterward discovered, but as uo owner could lio found for it, no scandal was created. To henr tho hero of this story relato it, with till tho dash and stylo of a would truo Kentucky story-tell- er, give an outaido individual a good idea of tho powers of entertainment of tlio Kentucky peoplo who followed Mr. Knott, crowded his rooms nnd swear hy him in all tho acta of his political career. About tho greatest curao tho indushas to contend trious bheep-raia- or cur. Ho is with is tho Bheciv-klllirot, or pneumonia, or worso thnu the Ho is n danfever, or black-tongger continually hanging overthe flock. No stress of weather, no force of circumstances, uo combination of events, policy, nothing short of a shot-g- uu or a liberal poison programme, can debar him from hia favorito meal of mutton. He is a uuiaauco, a torment aud serious drawback to a most profitable industry. He should be shot on sight, nnd poisoned on susIlo demands legislation, picion. effective, and deadly legislaprompt tion. A bounty should bo put on hia gcalp, mid a premium on his hide. Ho is of no earthly account, and gets us high as ho can possibly climb in tho scale of usefulness when ho affords Glastho liuzards a square meal, gow Times. ni! ue. Hho is Tout Mammy? A Cincinnati bunko stccrer ap proached an Illinois cattlo dealer tho other day and said : "Why, how do you do, Mr. Black ? When did you get hero? Tho cattlo denier said to the youiigmnn: "I guess you nre mistaken. My nnmo isn't 15Iacu, but Joe llrown, aud I'm from Flora, III "yon must "O," aaid tho ynung-inan- , oxciue inn. I thought you wore nn old fiicud of mine by tho numo of lllack, nt Iudianapolia." "No harm dono mister," paid tho cattlo mnn. A couplo of blocks and nice young man number two came up all smiles held out hia hand and shaking hands, faid: "Why, I'm real glad to seo you. Mr. When did you leavo l'lora, Hrowu. and how ia father?" Said Hrowu, "I'll ho gosh darned if I can toll you how your pap ia, for I don't know him." "Don't know my fattier in Flora," said tho young mnn, "why ho's President of tho national bank there; you must certainly know John Tlionip-son.- " ''Oh, ho, so Johu Thompson, President of tho First National Bank at Flora, is your pap." "Yes," said tho nico young mnn, nil smiles. "Well then, if John Thompson is your pap, who is your mammy, for old John Thompson was never married." The young mau suddonly lefti. - ' When a citizou of Bault Ste. Mario, Mich., wishes to bend it letter to a friend hj tho,oppojitp viljago on the Canadian side of tho rivor, ho directs it, prepays tlio postage, nnd puts it in tho post oflico on tho American side; then in order to reach tho noil oflico on tho Canadian sido, which ia about ono mile distant, tho letter goes to Detroit through tho United States mails, crosses from Detroit to Windsor, where it enters tho Canadian mails, and is sent over Canadian routes back to tho Sault, reaching tho Canadian oflico there in about ten days from thothuo it started ten dayaito go ,ono mile, But when ono is in,a hurry ho goes serosa tho rivor himself aud talks to tho other 'fellow; lio "doesn't write. A calf iii Woodford county swallowed a ball of reaper's twine. The owner ot the animal got hold of tho cid of tho twino, aud pulled out 071 feet of it, and when our informant left, tho calf was still emitting string! Post. L obiect on top of God's green earth utterly unkiasablo and generally repugnant to a man of healthy sentiment, it is somebody elso's baby. Indecisive men havo been known to yield to tho solicita tions of fond mothers and actually submit to tho indignity of having a new baby thrust under their nostrils, but theao men havo always repented and usually gone on sprees just to re assert their independence and recover Men who would their walk up to a bombshell and spit on tho sputtering fuse will quail and cower in nbject terror before tho muz- zlo of n baby, oven when assured that it ia not loaded. So mo men don't mind having babies pointed at them, but theso are tho sort of men who blow down gun barrels and monkey with buzz aaws and (b almost any foolish thing. It is a well known fact that n man who will knowingly kiss a haby is generally addicted to chenille and worsted work and gossip, and thero is a well grounded suspicion that ho will steal sheep. This baby kissing tends to mako hypocrites of good liiitured men, and there ought to bo :i crusado against tho pernicious praclico indulged in by tho perpetrators of babies nnd frequently abetted by tho proud instigators of theao in choate, howling contrivances, of reck Han lessly poiuting them at folks. cock Courier. Railwat. Existing railways cost 810,000,000,- 000 and would reach eight times around the globe. The first steam railway waa opened between Darling ton and Stockton, Septomber 27tn, 1825, and between Manchester and Liverpool on Septomber 15th, 1830. It is shown that in Franco, previous to tho existence of railway, there was lpasaeugor in every .150,000 killed nud ono out of every 30,000 wounded; whereas betweeu 1835 and 1878 thero was but ono iu 5,178,890 killed aud 1 in 580,450 wounded, so that we may iufer that accidents aro yearly diminIhilway traveling in Kng-lau- d ishing. is nttauded with greater risk than any other couutry in Kjropo A French statistician observes that if a person woro to livo continually iu a railway carriago and spend all his tiuio in traveling, the chance of his dying from a railway accident would not occur until ho was 000 years old. In 172oTho first Catholio church Thoro are was built iu Philadelphia. now in that city a magnificent cathedral, besides 11 churches, 53 chapels, two colleges, 12conveuts, 22 acado-nite30 parochial schools nnd 21 hos. pituls nnd ayluma. In tho whole archdiocwe thero aro 203 priests and a Catholio population of 800,000. Dabv Xistwa. If there is onv Wo believe tho Star route verdict will leave a profound and lasting impression on tho public mind. It ought A.snph ISIocIf, to. Tho men declared "not guilty" are of no consequence; but tho result of thia trial will justly bo held by nil Dralres lo tall itttnllon to tba LirtnJ CoinprthenilTS Block or thoughtful citizens na proof thnt it is high time to mnko a change; that tho Groccrli'H, Con loot loner Ich, Tolmcco, Clgure, Ac. "party of great moral ideas" js no U'likh liolcrpa alraji on binj. Malts a iprclalljr ol Handling flowls at Wholesale on Biuall Profit. longer entitled to their confidence and (loots dfllrerol within town llinltifrreoreharge. can not bo aafely trusted with the peoTho verdict is, to bo ple's money. sure, but ono of many evidences to the samo eflect. Tho Itiver and Hnr-bo- r joba, tho Ilobcson Navy jolw, tho impudent refusal to mako adequate reductions of taxation, the corrupt determination to compel needless and surplus taxes out of the people's Nice lot ol Horses and Fine Turnouts. Kates reapockets, the pension swindlo, tho un sonable. sorts of moblushing alliance with all all theso prove that the renopolies publican party has outlived not merely its usefulness, but its moral sense. Is wanted by mo. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in But it probably needed this result of ? tho Star route trials to break the back of tho public's patience. And can supply it in any quantity. Tho Presidential campaign of 1881 A. ICy. will 1k a battle between tho peoplo and the friends of monopoly nnd Y. Herald. Manufactuhu or Itunnnrt Shoes. The Slioe and Leather Reporter says that there aro sixteen rubber boot and hoo factoriej in tho country, nino tl Iwhich turn out from 1,000 to 5,000 pairs daily and toven of them from to 20,000 pairs, aggregating about 90,000 a day, or 27,000,000 pairs a year. A great deal of attention ia ou the style nnd finish of rubber shoes. Some of tho specialties mado by leading manufacturers are as '' haudsomo as any thnt nre made of cloth or leather. Tho sales havo been of largely increased by there improve ments. Ou tho othor hand the rubber shoo peoplo aim to put into their stock tho utmost amount of dirt that Salt, Linio, Comont, Field Seeds, Plows and Farming Implomonts. Call and soo tlio is possible; for the more dirt the lets Plow. them. cost to Tonoy Weller, father of tho lively Saraivel, was innocently relating a storv of hia lifo as n stage driver. On ono occasion ho waa to carry a stago-loa- d of voters, when a member ot tho oimosition oflered Mr. Weller 10 if by nccidcut tho at ago should turn over -- ATat a certain had placi in tho road. "Au' would you boliove it, sir, by a wery strange an' remarkable coincidence that nr' stngo turned over at that ar' wery point." H. G. BRIGHT- ,St. STANFORD, - - - ICY.9 Mwmj 9 late s VeeriE SITMAIBlXilKI! JL2&JD HARNESS CO AI SIHCOIF. T. NUKJEIiliEY, Stanford, A. OWSLEY & SON, -- ii:i,r,Ks 8,-0- Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- Wooden and Willowwaro, Stoves, Orates and Tinware, Full line Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Fames, Traces, gonninoamilton o:f:e:r,.a. house jbxjOCik:. HEADQUARTERS roit W. H. H.GGINS Farming Implements, one-hon- P A Laiuiuii Kmu'hant Than Jum-no- . There has just arrived at Liverpool, consigued to a local naturalist.iin elephant which is iierhaps tho largest captive animal in tho world, for, tho not quite so high as Jumbo, it is moro bulky, weighing nearly fivo tons. Its trunk nt the thickest part has a circumference of three and a half feet. Such as Oliver Plowa. Meikle and Avery Double Shovel, and the Brinkley London Times. e Harrow combined. Turning and Single and Double Shovel and PILES PILES No farmer thould be without it. PILESr Shelf Hardware, Iron, Spokes Ilorso Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, ill'. Drtnlnu'i A'ir Ularoreru for olJ rtuiullea I'lleu U a radical cLaii from tba tho rtault ot Ii bentofuta In cou. dltraaa. The Wisconsin man of eighty who Into to character of tbla painful on l'cuujrTo Mo A Tine yoii ol llagrrat merit, call married a girl of seveuteou a year ago Alltttr, Stanford, or W. M. WUr, Mt. Vernon, has been heard from agniu. He is aul get a unida box frett of rliar(. liar. C. II. Manball, furtucrljr littler ol i'ouiIIi suoing for u divorce Ho says that l'r(bycrlau cbutib, ludlauaiullt, aaja Im baa his wife has pulled his huh, thrown uacd llrown'a family, Kif loiant for ytaia lobyklal'tnujr &. I'ur aal alwaya villi (oxl rnulla. slops on him, jabbed him with n screwMcllUlcr, Wanford, aud W. M.Wrtor, Mt. Vrmn. driver and choked bun. jfanof uc Tba Vluuttrj au4 llfuKlm!16cluJ Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking-Valle- y InTMllgallou Corn Shellers, Evans9 Corn Drills, Hand Corn Planters, Elevator. And the Host l'liiup in The Market, tho Mnylleld Tho unrivalod Jowol Rango Cook Stoves, Stop Stovos, Bird Cagos, Barbod aud Annoalod Wiro, Lime, Salt, Cement, Tin-war- o, Tho green stamp might havo servCatarrh U tlio ieu of coiiniiinplloii, and ed to keep the memory of tho father unless taken In tiuio ia a vrry lUugeroua of hia couutry tho same color, but the distant- - Hull's Catarrh Cure nerer Ml o two-ce- nt stamp bearing hia Hold by Pinny A Mo now lorure, l'rir75o Chicago Times. is to bo red, AlUter. vig-nott- Tbf'io la uolblug wor certain Iban tba uw of llrowu'a Kxwtoraut"iur a wrcre lounb. wblch will ultimately lead to (Vuauutllou or L'broulc II latru wben lbcoub llroucblll., If uul cured It firat cou'raiicd a lew doace will convince jou of tteiucrlla. rorealtby 1'eouy A UcAIUIer, Bleu-for- d 'aud W !. Weber, Ml. Vernou. Flatter Faria, &c. A general stork of Qrocerlw, Wooden, China and Glassware. h , guides, often as ignorant aa themselves, other. Both were looking for a right thing. Will practlt la (lirrtrJ suit Jjololncrouotlc (ISt-ljtold us an illustrative incident, for which, Both wereatirred upon tbe great question ul Court ol Apiwals. of life: "We are in trouble; how can we however, he did not vouch: II. O. KAUI'FMAN, A rustic visitor at Bye House, while be- get out of it? Power and might can extriA.t 3L.A.AV, The trade dollar nuisance must go. LANCASTER, KY. ing shown the mysteries of that historic cate us," thought the Jew. "If we only An agreement has been made in New Mailer Connulnlonr DtrrtrJ Circuit Court. Will plotting-placamong other things receiv- knew more," sighed the Greek, "then de- prattles lo all the Courts or Usrrartl and sJlolnlns York by merchants, bankers, labor ed this wondrous scrap of information liverance would come." 3d. That which counties sail la I be Court ol A piml. era and others to refuse them except both longed for, but looked for in vain, from his voluble chapcrone: at the current tato of discount, and "Da you see that stair-carsir? Well, elsewhere, forgetting the only place in Notice of in Philadelphia there is a like arright on that spot, air, the great Spurgeon which It could be found, waa in the Crosa met Oliver Cromwell." I waa reminded of of Calvary. God'a power conquering the Kotlesli htrshjr iIt.ii tbit lbs uoJmlfnx, rangement. The government will not Johns,' Weil, J. V.Owk, H. If. it aa I listened to a policeman (not of the butts of hell and beating back every foe that II. Woodcock, Win. II KIODtlrS,Toiollotou, John will only receive them for dues and J. J. Pautllfrr, II. C. lltrrlng inl U. M. pious sort mentioned in my last), who after could rise against us. God'a irisdoin re- Incorporate! tbemwlTea. Ilunlstt, hate this Jar Hj buy them at the price of silver, now Chanter C President Arthur ia a practical civil mysteries; cutting every tangled (laneral HtatulM, undtr uoJer corporals of of a great abow of mystery and peeping vealing all lb about 85 cents. It is a shame that a service reformer. Three of the Collectors around corridors, proposed to take us to knot of human life and letting loose the luvuirnNiiiuM voiirxo. inrir principal plare or LuiIqcm la Lancailer, Kjr., nature government bo able to do so does not deposed In Virginia voted for Garfield and tbe crypt of Edward tho Confessor, In sunlight to irradinto our darkness. 4lh. of lbs busln-- Is the. nULllihiatntand Iliaua'nte and nines of a Collg for tbs education of fuualra. Arthur, while their successors eupported Westminster Abbey, where protect her currency, but the next tery few ever "The world by wisdom knew not God." Tba amount of upllal slock la ona hunJred thou, Hancock and English. They were dollars (tl00,(w0) prlillnj" to lucrraw had the chance of going. Our curiosity That is (not as most think the world's and auiouut, to b ald withupon such terms and Congress will be forced to do sometba lu li wisdom but) God's wisdqm. The "heavens" such IbiWJlmenla as tbs ltoard of Truitcas mar being duly whetted, he went after a myste thing with the trade dollar elso it will Five murderers pulled hemp Friday. rious key, and mill preserving the startled declare the "glory" of that wisdom the prescribe, alter ao iuy nolle and alter IJ.ooo uaii um.m uwuiuuKiiutu, . na rurponiion be "tabooed" altogether. Three were swung off from on gallows at look of a conspirator, risking much for our "firmament" the "handiwork" of that wis. this dsj- (June, 20, 1883) id J shall conllnus 23 jraara. Thaaflilrs of the corporation aia to U The President, at.tho earnest solici- Fort Smith, Ark., a negro executed the sakes, led us through an old iron door into dom but wenevet knew God aa we need conducted by nlua Truitwa, to Ix altcted annually br lbs haraholden ou tbe 2d Wvdnead.r tation of many republicans and not a lone act at Cambrige, Md., and at Da- a mouldy basement, where, in a great room Him, in the suu, moon and stars. Tbe Junaeacu Jfar after lbs rear 1HJ1, Ilia incorporalu tors ba rien, da., another negro wan dropped with we found the appliances world could not read God'a wisdom June,to18UI. Truattwa until lb 2d Wnlnadar In modern ofji few democrats, has decided to retain Tbs Hoard ofTruitessaball flixliu-Duall- y a "dull thud." a ''resident, a Secretary and a Treasurer. rope ladders, awingiog rings and and learn the way out ol their difficulty. This corporation shall not tho Cov Gen. Finnell aa collector of at any thus lubjatt Peering was killed recently at even J. It. hobby horse. In Then God said, "My children, since you Itself to a greater Indebtedness than tbs sum of a ington district and let Col. Swopo re- Bowling Green by a falling circua billof can't read that book, I will give you anoth- 15,000. and Ihs prl'4tapruerty and tba HockbolU-er- s quiring in a wondering way what all this to U eieupied main at Lexington, right under the board. Ilia widow yesterday received a meant, our guide informed us that the an er." So it pleased Him by "the foolish- fromand Incorporators laThis La day of Juua, UiJ. 20lh corporals debis. II. WOODCOCK. verdict of $10,000 against Sella Bros., the cient crypt waa used for an exercise room ness of preaching to save." 6. What is the JOHN K. WKHT. JOHN nose of Col. Goodloe, who has been K. II.TOMLINhON, J. V. CtKIC, rash enough to apeak of him as both circua proprietors, and Forbes Bros., who by the hoys of Westminster school, but foolishness of preaching? Light comes by WM, II. KINNAIttb, J. I. HANDIKKH, u. M.iiuiiDKrr. ii. a liEitttiNU, erected the board. 11:10-2with this curithen proceeded to show ua various bricked- - comparing 2J Cor. "hypocritical and treacherous" and in President Arthur leaves Washington up nooks where the monks used to havo ous phrase. Paul then again and again no sense fit to fill tho position he occufor New York. July 10 he goea to and sundry arches, very ancient, says that he speaks "aa a fool." Why? pies. It Col. Swojk) is tho man wo Newport for a two weeks' stay. Then he their cells, interlarding hia commenta with historical Because they had compelled him to talk take hitu to be he will avenge this un- will cruise along the New England coast, items, about aa reliable aa the one above about himself. To this day we esteem one called for insult evea if be has to resort and, before returning to Washington, will quoted; and Indue time getting us out of foolish who talks about himself, much; to tho corrective influences of the vUIt the Yellowstone region. the old place, with such added mystery, what he haa done, what he haa said, what .Now that wheat Is down to a dollar, once and again coming back to tell us, in ho intends doing. So the dear God will or thereabout, farmers will have something in a sepulchral undertone, to wait until the now talk about Himself to us.who couldn't On a wager of $2 that he dare not toaay about It. Ill the country where win- head uiaater had passed and tho coast was read Ida book ol wisdom In the skies. He doit, Charles Barnes, who must be a ter wheat is grown, there are commodious quite clear, so that when we issued from the will como down to our need and let us low flung idiot, rode through the barns and the golden grain ia a good thing old iron door, we had all the feeling of peo know a ;ron instead of thing. Cth. The ple who had been engaged In some unlaw- person of God la in Hia Son; "the brightstreets of Sheprmrdsville, without a to have on hand. f Cincinnati Com, Col, Thomas L. Jones was here Monful enterprise, and were only too glad to ness of His glory and the express image of stitch of clothing on bis person. Ho day and made tpeecb. All that is necesdialling and get away to His ierson " We look on Jesus and be was arrested and tried for a breach of sary to ay, it, that he did not come at the give the man his rome place where we could once inoie feel hold our God, He moves In our presence. tho peace and very justly fined $100 instance of the Democratic Central Com- Innocent aud breathe freely. O, how hun- We pee Hiin as He is In the person of If is and ordered to Jail for 25 days. As mittee of the State, nor to advance the gry for a ahilliug are (hems officials, aud Son. 7th. Oa the Crosa more than any disgraceful as was such au offense, cauae of theState ticket. Owen News. what will they not do to extract one from where else we know Him; dying in our For the first aix months of 1881 the the willing or unwilling viator! stead to win our revolted hearts, while He there were fools enough in Sheppards- business failures were 2.802; for the first Another of Bro. Noble's illustrative an- then conquers all enemies for us. Love villa to sign a petition asking for tho aix mouths of 1882, 3,597; for the first will draw all unto pardoa of Barnes, but Governor half of 1883, J.G37. In 1881 the liabilities ecdotes will bear repeating, because It con- giving itself for us. That point a moral almost Him who is thus "lifted up." Xtb. The e a sensibly for ouce aud of the first aix mouths were $10,000,000; In tains principle und Blackburn acted of the CrVi has a mystery of wisdom equal to the story of the Illinois farmer 1882, $50,000,000; for the first lx months who wanted more Und to raise more corn In it. It has been abused, aa every good refused to grant it. $60,000,000. to feed more hog to get more money to buy thing haa been; but we ought not object to Of the seven tidal wave States last in 1883,lot of A iiarrow.gauge railway enthu- more land to raise more corn to feed more Its being put on churches or hung In our aggregate demo- siasts fall, which gave an are mapping out in Indianapolis a hog to gel more money to buy more land, houses, If only we learn the right lesion I.HHCHMlcr at tho cratic plurality of 283,058, Ohio, glgantio system of narrow-gaugroads that Ac , &e. from it. Prorly taken it is the aign of a New Jersey, New York and Massa- will counect the two oceans, the gulf and At a lunatic asylum whero the gentler of subject will, perfectly rehearsed by the dear chusetts hold important elections this all the large cities. They are the poor creaturea were permitted to run One who "became obedient unto death, "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," Every projKwed year, lu sianiBg up ma jsrge uemo oliiU. Is to Lo employe of the They pro- - In the large yard with ouly partial surveil- even the death of the Cross," In us, too, system a stockholder. LANCAHTEB, KY. nlurality forecoiug, New York itoso to build 11,000 miles of road. The lance, oue of them leaning on the fence snd let it appear. The cross beam our will, ct alio I'esBylvaai contributed 192,-85- 4 capital required will U $300,000,000. Of noticing a gentleman passing by, mounted the upright Clod's pointing heavenwards, lid been subscribed, or on a splendid hunter, on his way to the as ours ever ruus parallel, only with earth. this sum and 40,202 respectively, and in less than $112,000 has one thre'tbouaaudth part of the So may we dally bear our crosa in sweetest those States, republicans in crowds re- entire amount wanted, Directors and olli. "meet" of the hounds, accosted him Ihus: Jay, knowing no will but His snd dy- "Where are you golug?" the regular party candid cers have wu riecieu r.rwin jvenoeuy pudiated froprUUus d fog ever to selfhood. Then shall be fulfilled "To the meet," was tbe U President, Collector A. M. finopt look In ilnrlng irply of the gentleman, knowing that the the true meaning of the Cross. Chrlat for Wis take It all back. Tho Virginia editors, lkirne and Klam, meant butl June, internal revenua to the amount of poor fellow waa a "patient." ua and Chrlat In uj bearing In our bodies 118.1,25180 During the fiscal year 1.1 "Is that your howeT" tbe death that the Ufa also may he maniness in their duel and succeeded after collections hare been $ 1,071,80332. "Yes." fested In us. Something like this the dear in effectmany difficulties and failures (Ico. Noel, aged twenty-threwho was "What did ho coal?" teacher of many taught ua In the power of Juno 3, 1883 ing n mcoting near Wayncslwro, Va., Tiwwky MoniHfc, sent to the penitentiary from Franklin "One hundred guineas." the Spirit, on Tuesday. It waa good lo ! whero thoy stood up liko warriorsand count; Saturday, is now Mrring hi fiflli "How many of you go to meet?1' EBITOR there. It will always be a Joyful memory W. P. WALTS N. fired 32 calihro balls at each other, entente in that Institution. The (lorern-o- r "About a hundred." to me that I heard him that once, I can ought to pinion Mm. "How many dogs do you have?" scarcely hope In the busy life that looms up The Bar Association which met in with only eight pace intervening. At Hon. CIim. Franc! Arinsteiil, of col"Fifty." before me, lo enjoy the privilege again. Louisville, last neck, soemtxl to think tho first shot a simultaneous report of or, a former memlier of the Mitipt Ie "What la a dog worth?" Tim very tones of hia voice aro full of of Boething else beWca eating and1 tho pistols rent tho air and Deirncs gltlatura, unci a forcible democratic spealc-r- , "Ten guineas" good cheer. Hia Is a religion of joy and drinking, tliottgk that formed a con sack coal was woumled in tho tail. nil! mate a number ofupceclie In Ken"What do you do when you go lo meet?" peace, and his own radiant fire is . rellax ideraWe part of the programme The Goaded by this fresh indignity ho de tucky during the campaign. "Hunt a for " of the Inward peace an Indwelling Jeans -- A company ha lieen formed in questions dwcaeed trero those of an manded a second shot and steadying "What do you do when you catch him?" brings lo hia own soul. Not all are joyful for the purpose of laytng two more "Kill him." aainta. For ofirn the gloom of our first important character and it is hoped his nerves, ho pulled trigger and Klam "Humphl is that all?" coming to Jesus Mings Its ahadowa over that their agitation raiy lead to tho fell to the earth, severely wounded in cables between Knglaml ami the United The Mock lm been tubacrlbed. "Yes." the whole life, and the .or soul that re- lifszJi i"i needed changes demanded. tho thigh. Iking unablo tostand and Slate. much Tlic news company will have all the cable "One hundrrd gentlemen with horse fused to admit Jeans without an agony of Judge Barr read a paper advocating try it again, the wounded honors of business of tho Postal Telegraph Com pa worth 100 guineas each; that comes to remorse, refuses steadily, in after life, lo I certain improvements in our jurysys tho twobilligcrants wcro declared heal- ny. One of the cables will be laiil before CO dogs worth 10 gulneaa each; that la lifted into the clear sunlight of a Joyous 500 more; and all you get for that money experience. The other night, a man came tern, on which, by tho nay, this paper ed and lkirne was driven rapidly the close of the present rear. The Democratic State Central Com is one poor little fox, and a dead one at to me, wearing a very solemn look, and Elani was taken has repeatedly expreeeed itself. In from tho field. tho first place he thinks that tho Sher- charge of by his surgeon and convey raittee has issued a circular requesting the that. Look here, my friend, I adviso you looking at me out of eyes that seemed to Chairmen of the Central Committees in all lo bo off in a hurry. If my governor finds have lost the power to twinkle with enjoy iff should not bo allowed to summon ed in a carriago to Lt. Gov. Lewis', the counties to call meltings and arrange you about here, lia'll run you In, cerlalnl" ment, with this question, asked in a rery jurors from tho bystanders, as this al- whero ho lies in a suffering condition. for a thorough local canvata in each legl Are all the lunatics shut up? That's the dismal undertone: "Do you know what lows the ue of professionals, who His death would probably not affect latire district. It la important that the question suggested by the story. led mo lo Christ, Sir?" I answered, "I A few little points, of possible Interest, know what ought lo have led you, for the hang around Courthouees for tho pur- the material interests of tho Stato, if Issues of tho campaign ahonM be thor throughout all the vil- before we leave London, for I do not doubt Bible tells me that 'the goodness of God pose of turning a penny by hanging a indeed, it did not prove an advantage oughly jury. Neither does he think that ju- Ho is the hired tool of Mahono and is lage, as welt aa In the cities. United and that Hastings will have its own items of leadeth to repentance.'" "This ia what eflective work is looked for everywhere. interest, and fomehow or other I feel as if led me," he replied, lifting a mutilated rors should Je selected for a pending as pliant and yielding to the base our stay in the dear old city waa near its hand, with two fingers clesn gor.e and the MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. as this givfcs an opportunity to trial as clay in the bands of the end and we were soon to leave it for good. others mtinhapen. "But for that, I should Managed by John B.fish. pack a jury. At present the State potter. Beirno, on tho other hand, If we get started in the provinces, we ahall never have been saved." "Well," I said, I might have been drunk when my hardly return again. Itemember the has but five peremptory challenges, has labored very hard to promoto "My brother you may have been driven by while an accused has twenty. This tho welfare of his Stato and keep her last report was written, but I don't rememshut up In a territory not larger audi an accident sa that, led I would not ber to have taken a single drink. than the Stales of New York and Pennsyl- call ed. The LORD in Mercy brought leaves the State almost at tho mercy in her former proud position, and is a M.J. Cook is the republican candidate We shall be ready for our voyage honey out of that lion's carcass, but Us of the defense and is tho real cause of high-ton- ed gentleman. It is a pitty for representative. If we have to have a vania! to India when this area shall have been hardly ought to be charged with audi diathe many worthless and incompetent that ho engaged in such a business, republican member, I could not think of even partially visited. Tbe way has been bolical mutilation aa that. My God don't juries being foisted on the country. though if men must fight, tho codo is one who would suit better. opened up to Scotland already, as I think cut people'a fingers off lo save them. He Miaa Mamio Martin, of Brodhead, Is He believes like all honest thinking preferable to tho prevailing stile in I mentioned in my laat. The good band o gave His Son to die for them ,' men that an equal number of chal- Kentucky and elsowhero of "getting in town. Mr. Mart Dillon, the moat clev- our God ia so plainly in it that we feel no The poor fellow's religion wss evidently er and accommodating baggage master on hesitancy In making the move on the -- Jtli tinctured by his false thought of God, in lenges should be the law. The word the drop" ou a man and killing lum the L & N. It. K, spent Thursday in our Inst. Until then the time Is fully occupied Hia first dealing with him. How many "vicinage" ought to be left out of tho almost in cold blood. town. by the Hastings meeting until the 18th are trying, in vain, to love with deepest Tho young gentlemen who went to 'jury "provisions in the bill of rights A New York fiend, unfortunately and after that the Stratford services for 10 devotion, a God like that and go on, drivand "a speedy trial by an impartial tho father of a pretty girl, compelled Lancaster to attend tho hop Friday nighr, days longer. Not Stratford-on-Avoen by a "spirit of bondage again to fear." jury," alono bo nssured. As it at her to havo her beautiful teeth, of returned Saturday and Sunday. Thar which Is a good way off, but Stratford in And yet that poor fellow ahows his mutilawere well pleased with the people of the east of London, near Victoria Park and ted hand with a sort of pride, ai if, instead present stands the jury system is an which sho was justly proud, extractnot very far from Shacklewell Lane. of being a devil'amark, it were a badge of impediment to tho enforcements of the ed becauso she received visits from a waa reported in town laat week that It Last Tuesday afternoon we had the pleas honor, that exalted him lo spiritual laws and there is a constantly incrcas gentleman against bis wishes. Girls Jamca Hardin, of Upper Itoundstone, had ure of bearing a "Bible Beading" by Mr. knightbooJ. O it ia pitiful I pitiful II ing dissatisfaction with it. Our next should endeavor to obey their parent, been killed by a young man who struck Andrew Jukes, tbe dear man of God Well, I live in hopes of telling many legislature should do all in its power but a beast who could bo guilty of him on the bead with a pistol. This re in the preface to "God's Love Sto- Ihouaanda something belter. e to remedy tho existing evils of tho such an net as the abovo should bo port was not correct. Hardin waa knock' ry." He is near his and ten, My next from Hastings, if tbe LOItD'S ed in the head but waa not badly injured but his "bow still abides in strength," and will. Everin Jesus, Geo. O. Baiin . system and change tho law so that a roasted to death by a slow fire. Both parties were drunk. his erect figure still tells that he haa somemajority of a jury shall bring in a Our efficient section foreman, J. B. thing soldierly In Ida make-uHe was CURRENT EVENTS. NOTES OF verdict. The absurd law which makes Douglas killed a snake near the Big Fill an officer in the Indian army in his young One hundred and thirteen death from which measured nine feet in length. It ono man count more than DEPARTMENT. in had caught a rabbit aud waa coiled around manhood and I will warrant, a gallant one. eleven more competent ones, is a rel- cholera occurred at Damielta, Egypt, His head Is bald and beard snowy, now, but twenty-fou- r hour. him when killed. The snake was cut 0en ItOMT. II. WEST, Kill tor. ict of the past that ought to be buried Ed Whitlick attempted to kill Prof. and was found to contain four other rab hia tall, graceful figure and springing step make light of the many years that have with it. LANCASTER. Geo. A. Yateo, Covington. Friday, because bits. Mr. Douglas ia not a drinking man. only conquered these outworks, leaving the I expect to leave here very soon and he had whipped him when a boy. A man by the name of Stoney was arValentine's recumbent statue of There were one hundred and nine rested in Louisville one day last week and inner citadel a till strong. As a teacher, he will place all the account of Hemphill & Gen. R. E. Leo was unveiled last , surround Walden in the hands of an officer for col Damietta on Satur- brought to this place for trial. He ia is aa grand in the drawing-roomcholera Friday at Lexington, Va., whero his deaths fromspreadingatalong the Nile. ed by eager listeners, as in hia faacinating lection that are not settled by July 1st. day. It is charged with stealing two hounds, a horn books. Any of my readers who have read Geo. L, Walden. remains lie buried, and over 6,000 per 3t Some fine Poland China boar were used by hunters to call their dogs, one calf R. W. Llllard A Co. bare reduce, I the sons were present. Father Kyan read his old not long since in Ohio at $350 and and about fifty piece of dynamite. When hia ''Characteristic Differences of the Four original poem entitled tho "Sword of $100 each, and a aix months' boar pig at he left here a few days, be waa in too Gospels," or "Law of Levities Offerings," price on all wool, double wiutii, riuna or "Types of Genesis," know what this veiling from CO to 15 ct. Also a great re Lee," and Gen. Jubal A. Early intro- $350. much of a hurry in take his property with Out ol 500 men examined but three him. He telegraphed Mr. Maret to send means. The Bible reading of Tuesday was duction In sateen, gloves, hosiery, lacrs, duced Maj. John W. Daniel who deon "The Cross," asset forth in 1st Cor. 1st I ad its' underwear, fans, snd on all fancy jurors have been gotten in the Polk trial livered an oration which for eloquence for stealing $400,000 from the State of his baggage, but lie need not send the dogs. chap. I know some of the dear Bible geeds. This reduction is fur thirty daya set for.next Thursdayafternoon His trial ia and finished diction has not been ex- Tennessee. readers who see these lines will thank me only. You will rave money by catling for a few items from memory that will righl away. One of tho premium locomotives at celled since the days of Patrick HenBEYOND THE OCEAN'S WAVE throw light on that portion of God'a word: ry. Maj. Daniel will be remembered the Chicago Exposition haa made seventy-fiv- e 1st. The Jew waa after a "a aign," or pover. laXCASTKU iDTLllTlSKaKXTH. mitea an hour on the Philadelphia and "PKA.IHE rcitxa by all who attended the Cincinnati Was be wrong? No. But there seemed Heading road. 102 SUACKI.KWKLT. LANE, Convention for his matchless speech in D. P. WALTEIl. The aaloon keepers In Cincinnati ate Daiston, London, E. June 10th, '83 no power in tbe Cross, where one expired HUItOr.ON seconding the nomination of General coming to time. To date the amount of tax Dear Interior: in weaknesi. 2d. The Greek wanted "wis LANCASTER, ICY. Hancock. He was the democratic paid under the Scott law ia $333,000 and Offlrs ore r Cltlwut Natlonil Hank. OUIrs hours Bro. Noble, vrhoie fund of anecdote dom." Waa he wrong? No. But In the from 8 lo 12 a. M. snd Irvui I lo i r u. is inexhaustible, in speaking of the way in Cross there seemed nothing of the wisdom candidate for Governor in Virginia at the sum will reach over $500,000. ' BAM M. BUltDETT, in this and ofearth be sought. Only a "stumbling Mrs. Pope, a resident of Milan, Tenn., which unintelligent been the late election and would have A.rra'oitivi5Y At ta-av- , died othercountries,are"pul upon" by interested block" to the one and "foolishness" to the chosen but for the degeneration of tho was stung on the nose by a bee and LANCASTER, KY, e lion-ilo0; it-lmen-tiorthree-scorbull-heade- d Ftmy & WJto IPHARMACIST3 .nsiLtaa ih- I -h - $3 aaJt3' DruRH, Mitrt Phi Syrians' and Funoy I Books, Stationery iresril.nna amiralelr AIbi Article. rompomiJeJ, jryvl:i.HiiyXT Mlrrrware i targrst .Stork or iVaU'hra, Clocks, Jewrlry K iti silflO" irmf saTwT'-i- " T w live f lirnushl la tbli m.fkfl Prler Uwr thsa Ihsliwen. wswnrs.tio Warranted, on sbott nolle stul "" AT AUTO BELOW I! sell you anything' in Summer Clothing-- Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. , Wwill Uotitft Fo&get SHtase JZximM I Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 was 7, 10, 12, 14, 17.50 1, Shoes.now 75c, 1.50, 2, 2.75 was$l, 1.5a 2, Slippers, 50c, 75, 1, 1.25 was l.OO, 1.25, 1.50, 2 Children's Shoes and Slippers WARREN -- c CO. 4f Garrard County q,xjiok:e;st -- THE- AND- CHEAPEST WAT TO GLEAN ioreiv BKNTIhT, aight-seer- a voters of that formerly Commonwealth. grand old from the effects of the sting in a few urinates. She was apparently in good health at the time. Laat Friday at the examining trial of Ollie and Preaton lirown for the killing of officer Geo. Freeman of Versailles, they were remanded to jail without bail until the October term of the Circuit Court. Tho estimated decrease of the public debt for June ia $17,500,000. This would make the total reduction of the debt for the fijcal year ended Sjturday about $137,-225,00- 0. WEEDY CORN -- ATTOltNEY Is to procuro- - Incorporation! tl A Kalamazoo or Albion Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator. gym-naaiu- leather-covere- d 15U-- ' V0"ZAiSaii One Man and. One Horse, ?Sa3-!!?2?feBi?)- y Xiandretli's cow-hid- (harden Giiltlvntor, cnn thoroughly clean With tho tho weeds out of ilvo acres of corn nor day. oiio-lior- sp One Man and Two Horses. i With tho Sulkoy Harrow anil Cultivator, cau clenu ten acres of corn per day. one-hors- b In Bulk, and the Price of Nicest Line of Price of e two-hors- e Cultivator, Cultivator, - - $10 $40 FURNITURE Ih e GEO. B. WEAKEN, NTANFOKU. ICY., anll-uono- OEO.D.UUIIDETT&CO., tes. good-hum- R. Hi Wearen, Richmond. Geen & Williams, Hustonville, Ky., W. I . Withers, Lancaster. Ky., I i Tuesday Morning, . - - Juty . . 3, 1883 i " N. LOCAL Mouth ...... Hnulh TIME CARD. I IS P. U. .. od II Mill tuln going North Eipree, train" " " Noih..... . M A. N, .... II M A.M. r. m. T- LOCAL NOTICES, Huv - Taint Nice McAllater'.. of IVnn A McAllater. lo,:k of Mrlli.hy fcanl it IVnnr A Standaiiii ready A Magg ALL Ilia colon of DUmonil I)yw A HUkr'o. '. nilxexl tialnt tt t (Iknuine KoUiU A Curs. 1'cnny A Mc A lister ol agent. Clock anil Jewelry repaired and. warranted by Venn A McAllater. (llVKM up thai Mcltatxrt A Htagg make lb beat Boda Water in the world. Trj It. Machine Oil, which will neither heat nor turn, GO cent per galbn. Alao extra strained lard oil at Mcltoberta A Htagg'. Jot. Haa Ml'. Cholera Hog 11. I'VOtarelr tobacco t Mc. Watch, PERSONAL n $ 1 4 I Miaa. Halub Enuleman, of Dan? Ills, It t Wiling Mead here. Mm Mattie TititwLE hu none to Kichmond to Titll friend. Mim Katie Oano, of l'ari, I the guest of Mlsa Clara Helm. -- Mim Ballik 1'ennv it (pending a few deya with MIm Hannah Fair. Mim Molue Johnson, of Lancaster, la visiting Mra. II. K. Weren. Miss Beet WoourARD, of jlrodtiead, la flailing the Mine Ilutchlaon, Mn. IIodt. 1'cnzel left on the JteBI train thlt morning for vlait to Ma old home In Cincinnati. Jtltxir! J. A. I.TTI.K ha returned from a visit to bla daughter, Mr. W, H.Ander- ton at Harper, Kansas, John T. Idol who haa luenat-tettdlathe Normal Hchool at Valparalao, 1ml , haa returned home. Mm. Ueo. II. Hiiuce and Howard hate returned Irom a lengthy visit to frienda in Frankfort, Carlisle: and I'aria. JIon. Loian MoKee, of Danville, waa her yeeterJar atulliog from ear to car at the newaof Col. Hwopa'a resignation. Ha expect to he hla aucceseor. Mim 8ali.ii: I'iulim, who ha been vlalling rclaliira In BtaVlthlafl!, La., returned home Satuidar bringing with her her aunt, Mr. Laura lUgget. Miu. liETTlE 1'ahhu ha returned home bringing with her Mia 1'uiuia I of l'alot Lick, and her two coualn, JJieees LJd Klmore and Annie Finnell.of Klrk.vllle. Hon. Wm. IIkmcelk, lata Ch'm. of the republican Stale Central Committee, wa orer Saturday and liatened with rapt attention to the oratory of Capt. Hindinan. The fact that he retired aa noon at Oen, Fry oiwucd up allowed that he knew the speech by heart and didn't" old fellow' want to he bowl by It rchearaat. n Co- i- U.K. Tuuneii, Capt. J.C. and Mr. Dennl A. Shanahan, the two former civil engineer and the latter a con tractor on the K. C. It. 1C, attended the Lancaster Hop and were high in praise; of the excellence of ila management. Tber were treated with marked courteay and made to enjoy theniaelTr to the fulleat extent. 'Mr. Har-to- LOCAL MATTERS.1' New Lawn at Itobt. H. Lytle'a. . . FauiT Jar and Cam at llruce, Warren ACb'a. - m" W. It. Hioni.Ni haa the plow for laying ' by corn. White Mountain Ice cream Freezer at H. a UrlghlV i at llobt. B.Lylle'. Champion Keaper am Mower repair of Terr description at llruce, Warren A Co.'. JiOTltof Hall's health presenting coraHs for aale ri V our Itanka hare shut down on the Trade dollar aud will not take them at any price. W'r. hare the bijtKfat atock of ugar In town. Special figure for 50 11m, or more. II. C. Urigh't. , , Tickets at one fare for the round trip ao!d at all atallou on the Kentucky Cell-try and paiwenger train dally, four In the day and four at night, ought to meet the of .Stantraveling demand of the Kiout pole ford. We have more of them Fuuit than we think we can aell, and hare reduced the price on them. Any(yleyoa J Aim. want. H.UHr.gh.. Tub negro, Bcott Jonea, who atahhed Bam Cobb, wa tried at Turnerrill Saturday and held to anawer. The wounded negro it rapidly auggeation recovering. Kich-uion- that the Junction here Our d be called Btanford Junction Inatead of Junction hu been adopted by the K. C. That locate the place and will not confuae traveler a doe the old name. I have Machine on hand audi a are generally needed and If partie in ncod of uch repair will call on me, I can frequently aave them annoying delaya and extenae, Geo. I). Wcaren. CiiAMrioN Kki-aiih- j I now open. Ilue will leave Stanford at 3:V) A. U, to connect with the 4 o'clock train and at 9.30 to bring paaaenger from the 10 o'clock traiu. Will call at the reeldencea of thOae who notify me the night Tue omnlbua line to the Kentucky I Cen- tral before. A.T. Nunnelley. baa purchaaed the atock of Qroceriee, Hardware, Ac., of Aeher Owaley A Bon and will tn a abort time move hi prinent atock to thatatnd. Mr. Owalej, aella out became IT, V, Con80UIateu. Mr, llrlght of hla continued bad health. Mr, Waller will have a poaltlon a clerk In the conaolldated itore. Mr. llrlght I one of the Uveal and moat entf rprialug mn evtr in Stanford and we are glad toieehlu apretd hltuaelf. "W. Owaley Fort SAt.r, Car load of nice timothy THE KEHTUCtr CENTRAL, hay, ready haled. John Aright, Stanford. lit Opining a Big Thing for SlanlorJ and Lincoln Count. Fon flAl.r, A lumlaome residence. The Kentucky Central II. It, was com Will aell very cheip. Vf. Craig, Stanford. lilrlcd from Pari to Kichmond last week I'.i.wiant new dealgna in l'ictiire Frame and on Sunday the gauge of the Kiclunoml and Cornice Moulding at II. K. Wearen'a branch which that Co. hi perpetually leased from the L. A N. wm changed to Oun aeuil annual settlement of account correspond with the other part of the road, I July firat, and we will be pleaaed to have and yesterday morning at 4 o'clock the all Indeldrd to in to come and fettle first train pulled out from "Btanford Junc without delay. Mcllobert A Stage. tion" hound for Cincinnati, which city It Mn. Tiiomah I). Maiitin obtained li- reached at 11:30. For the present two cense yesterday to marry Mr. Anthiua train will lie run dally from the Junction, Camden at Mr. Hllaa Anderson' toilay. the first leaving at 1 A. m, for Cincinnati, Ho I a widower aard 13 and aha a widow returning at Dr. M. and reaching the of 3D. Junction at 10 r. M ; the other will carry " ItrroiiTO of mad dog In the community both freight and passengers and run only ha caused Mayor Daugherty to Issue an to Paris, leaving here at 2:10 r. H, The order requiring owner of dog to muitle latter trains connect with the mail train them, otherwise they will be killed if on the L. A N. An arrangtment hat been made with Mi. A. T. Nunnelley to meet caught running at large. with hi omnibus and TitRgroM earning of the Firat National each passenger train to deliver the passengers any where In Dank of Stanford to July 1,1883, were $10, Btanford that they mty wish to stop. The 730.01; expenses paid, f 1,087.87; taxea will alto call at the residence of paid, $1,050 10, leaving net earning $12,. omnibus those who notify him that they want to go 09201, which were distributed a follow: been estab road, An l'Id 3 per cent, dividend, $7,000; carried on thit at McKobertagency ha with W. I). A StaggV, liahed to aurplua fund, $2,600; reduced premium, Mcltoberti agent, where ticket can be pro$3,092.01. The Itank began buslne last cured not only over the K. C. but to any October. point, North, Kaat or West on the most fa The Farmer National Hank of Btanford vorable figure. earned the groat amount ot $12,930 76 durThe advantage that will accrue to the ing the alt inontha ending June 30 and af- people of thlt section by the opening of ter declaring a dividend of I percent,, another outlet to the great market of the which amounted to $8,000, paying current country, can not be overestimated and yes expenses of $2,019 17 and taxe to the terday mark a new era in the history ol amount $1,370 27, carried over $920.02 to Stanford and Lincoln county. A part of it surplus fund, which now amount to the great Chesapeake A Ohio system, con' $31,230 82. nected at Covington with the Pennsylvania The resignation of Col. A. M. Swope Kallroad, whose train run into it yard, will take all aave hi intimate friend by the Kentucky Central will be able to offer surprise. He haa made a moat excellent Inducement both to traveler and to those officer and though opposed by a aet who having fi eight to ahlp, such a can not be are jealoua of him, he hu triumphed over given by any other route. It will be the all opioaltlon and quit of hi own accord direct line to the Cincinnati market, where If shipper of atock fail to get the price they without fear of removal and with hie tailing in the air, Hi letter to the expect, they can reahlp to New York with out expense. Or in cue the hist should President pear in another column. be at firat their ultimate point, a rest and 0VINfl to the ficl that the matt ha been feed of from G to 12 hour can be taken at changed from the evening to the early Covington, where the Co. ha extenalve morning train on the llichmond Branch slock pen all under ahed, with running and there haa been no arrangement to get water passing through them. Then from It from the Junction to this place, It will the same pen they can be loaded into tale two day for mall to get from Lancas car on the Pennsylvania road and taken ter and Kichmond here till the 1. O. offi to their destination. All thti can be done clala wake up to their bualnea. Our Lan and cheaper than by any of the existing caster letter, mailed yesterday, i locked route. Gen. Superintendent, Q.W. Bender, with up at the Junction, where it wilt remain hi chief clerk, Mr. C. It. McVey, Col. C. till 1:15 r.W. today. L. Hrown, (len. Ticket and Freight Agent 'fu mokhow promise to be the biggest and jovial Mr. S. day ever known to Highland. The cele- and hi assistant, the fat Morse and Mr, J. K. Robertson, of bration of the 1th will be attended with F. II. Department were here Sunnumerous Interesting feature, of which the Auditor' arrangement for their bust, there will be eecbr by Col. Hill and day making endeavoring to ascertain the Welch, and other, music by the Valley nes and They are all clever want of the people Cornet Hand, IUIIoon Arceneion by llruce, accommodating gentlemtn, whose Warren A Co., Ac., Ac, all promising to and seems to be to cater to the wishes make it a day to be remembered by the main aim of the public and thereby build up the Inpeople of Hut vicinity. A larg crowd terest of their road. We are glad auch will attend from here. gentlemen will be thrown with us and we A cnoqoET I'ARTr waa given by Mlsi Irutt our citizen will show them every Lulie Itiiley to her visitor, Missea Jessie courtesy in their power. and Helle Cook, Liuie Drye, Jennie Held Cait. Hindman and Gen. Fy. A and Lou I locker, of Hustonville,' and Mis J Mary Dimlip, Danville, Jennie and Emma rather small crowd gathered In the Satnrdiy afternoon to listen to the Sautley; Katie, Annie and Nannie Uaugh-maof Stanford, and Gertrude Orady, of discussion of State politic by the above Columbia, on Friday evening last, which candidate for Lieut, Governor. Capt. wu greatly enjoyed by them. After an el- Hindman began by saying that he regretegant tupper a number of tableaux were ted that his opponent had forced the and long since exploded charge given and Miaa Gertrude recited a selection with a tare elocutionary ellecl for one that the democratic officials had squander-ethe money of the Slate, Instead of dis- of l.er ago. A number of young gentlemen were present and assisted in the merry- cuaalng the live iaauea of the day, such as the school question and the development making. of the great reaourceaof the Commonwealth. It 13 a remarkable fact, that notwith- Hut since he had seen fit to do ao, he wu standing the life of a newapaper man, like both ready and able to prove tho charge the oIlcemanV, la not a happy one, It is false and made solely for party end. In hard to make one quit the bminfts, cv stay regard to the asset of the State when the quit after he hu decided to do so, boul democrat came into power In 13G7,he showa year ago Mr. J. H. Marr sold out hii'in-tere- ed that the railroad and turnpike stocks In the Danville Advocate after a labor were put down that Tear at $ 1,000,000, their of 17 year to make it the bed paper In the original coat; a lew year liter by a depreState and declared hi intention of follow- ciation in values the amount waa reduced ing an easier occupation far the rest of hi to $2,000,000, when it wa rated at It life. Hut he wa like a fish out of water proer value. He then went on to show and more than onoof hi friend remarked that although the democratic party had reto u that he wu actually pining away to duce.! taxation from 10 to 20c on the $100 . get back to the Well, he' back for revenue proper, afterwards raiting It to and the whole newspaper fraternity of the 25 cents, it had paid oil the State debt of State will be delighted to hear it. He haa $5,000,000 with the exception of $180,000 bought out Mr. I). T. Fackler, who, by the not payable till 1892, and had aaaeta to the way, is a gcnulno genlleuian and a grare amount of nearly $700,000 with which to fill writer, and with Mr, S. (I, Hoyle, will liquidate that. It wu true that the dein- In the future direct the course of that J ocrlt, na, before the enfranchisement of mirable paper. Hiiccesi to him and all the negro voted nil Increase of the, school concerned. lax from 5 to 20 cent on the $100 for The Concert at McKInney wa a very school purposes, but with this our taira being a are lighter than any of the State, and we creditable entertainment ecuniirlly. The programme waa have a school system n good a any of auccea and while each them, and If our school are not ao good, it varied and of tlio (wrformer did well, the honor of i not the fault of the law. He then allowthe evening wero very decidedly in favor ed how the republicans managed the State of MIm Lucie Kagland, of Owlngsville,who finance In those State which the foul by the aid of the administration beside being oswed of rare personal atermltted tractions, ia gifted with a voice that I pe- and the ignoraut negroc, were culiarly aweet and tender and at the tame to rulo over after the close of the war. In time strong and capable. That It had the ten State in the hand of carpet-babeen carefully cultivated waa shown In the administration, they had Increased the excellent manner In which she executed debt to the startling aggregate of $202,000,- the most difficult piece. She favored the 000; iu Georgia, for iuatauce, raiaiug It audience a number of lime during the from $3,000,000 to $11,000,000. With these evening, each time adding fresh laurel!' to tatistlc staring them in the face, he her brow and winning not only hearty ap- thought it the height of hardihood for democratic ex. e such a party to talk about plause, bnl Uoral offering of many and iniique design. Mra. Henry travigance in a State which ia better olTfi Jone and Mia Nannie Jones have good nincially than any In the Union. Capt. Hindman' time having expired, voices, tho latter a very aweet alto, and they added much to tho melody of the con- he yielded the aland to Gen. Fry, who wu cert. Mr. J. M, I'hilip played tho ao evidently so disconcerted at the atartllng coiupanlmenU for the singers iu her uiual-l- y exposition of facta and figure that he hard expert manner and wou many handsome ly knew where to begin. HI false charge Mr. II. C. Jonea, diaguiaed had been to completely disposed of that he compliment. almost beyond recognition aa an elderly could notdlacuta the tlnanccaof Kentucky, colored gentleman, tang "Old Kent ucky but Instead, entered into a labored defense r and their mtamanage Horn" with much earneatnes and wu of the loudly applauded The tinging of Geo, W, inent of State affaln, which occupied the Jone and Mr, George wa well received; moat of hi lime. He finally got to the the former dlstinguiihing himself In a school law and while admitting that it wu difficult duet with Mir Kagland. There good enough, taid It waa not execute J propw aouie rather poor character tinging by erly and hence of little value. He dea Mr. Turner from Lexington, who howev- nounced tho special lax levied for (he Agricultural college at Lexington a er redeemed himself In a farce which doted the performance. George Hrothera1 or unconstitutional and declared that ila conchestra furnished the instrumental muato tinuance wu au outrage. We agree with and did It very tatltfactorlly. The enter- him verr decidedly ou this point u we betainment opened with prayer and closed lieve a majority of the democrat do. The with a sermon by Kev. Mr. Coleman, but Geoeral is not an entertaining speaker on subject and the larger part of the authe latter wa not enjoyed especially by th Buy dience quietly stole out during bl harwriter, who wu rather tired and tleepy at angue, prefering to appear discourteous to being bored to death, the late hour of It dtliveiy. common place against democratic extravagance, which he learned year ago from Bill Bradley and George Gentry, of color, and In making the amt mortifying exhibition of circus smartness and Imbecile egotism which haa disgusted the people of Ihl county for the past fifteen year. Why Him. Vn. Ilonnirr. Yesterday afternoon The following la going the round of the A Cop of Col, Stop'$ Letter of Retignation, United Htatm Internal Revenue,! at 1 o'clock, at per announcement, Mr. F. preeredIled,'Kichnge"ml we copy it Collector's Office, 7ih District, Ry., F, Bobbin addressed a Urge crowd of cltt-te- lo say that there never wu a widow her 1. w. saown. Lexington, July 2, 1883 J siM tt. acanarr. at the He occupied an a lug a fool a the one named: "Mrs. TJITRDBTT ft DIIOWN, rrtiUtnt Arthur, WatMngton, 1). C. hour in declaiming tho same dreary, stupid a widow, of Btanford, Ky , fell in A.nrjcoitxMJSVH a'x' ja.-v- . For reason penonal ami Sin PROFs-MlCourt-housMay-fiel: 3 leak more particularly of It? Every ten year old hoy In the county know Bobbin' thread-barspeech by hratt, and nine out of ten of them could make a better one. Judge T, P. I1III, Jr., the democratic nominee, In a speech of an hour replied to Bobbin's harangue. HI speech wu a surprise to hi friend, and wa consternation itself to Bobbin. It wa a brilliant, eloquent and merciless exposure of what pitiful humbug, pretense and abam, the "Keformer" ia and always ha been. Mr. Hill took oil hi gloves, and when occasion required called ''a spade, a spade." He showed Bobbin' political history ever since he waa caught in the Puluki bruab and brought to Crab Orch ard,',seventeen years ago, bow hewua dem ocrat solely because the republican would not have him and had kicked him out of their convention time and again; how bia whole career, if auch it could be called, had been an effort to break up th party organ ization to which he professed to belong, by appealing to the lowest and vulgareet prejudices of the community. Ills whole atock in trade to accomplish this with, ha been a tireless industry, and one execrable s leech memorized from Gentry' common place book year ago. In fact he flayed Uobbitt alive. Jte look bit skin ott com pletely and artistically, although it ha generally been supposed heretofore that hjt hide waa thick at that of a rhinoceros. Bohbilt evidently felt this excoriation keenly. He had unhappily selected a conspicuous position in the bar in full vie of tho whole audience. It turned out to be a pillory for the poor fellow from which he could not escape. As the large crowd repeatedly rose and cheered Hill's fiery phillipic, or shook the house with laughter a he portrayed Bobbin in some unusually ridiculous position, hi poor victim grew paler and paler, great streams of perspiration rolled down his cbeekt and trickled from hit nose, hit whole frame trembled, and he really became an object of pity aa irell aa a source of amusement to the crowd. He turned wistfully to Judge Hlggina for sympathy. "Judge" aaid he, with a watery smile, "Hill seems to have the drop on me The tald the bluff Judge, "He drop, h- -1" hu got your hide and tallow now, and if he tpeaka ten minutes longer there wont be a grease spot left of you." In fact the general verdict of the audience made op of people from all part of the county, was that there ha not been such a thorough and effective cattigation of a political tramp in Lincoln county since the day Ed. Marshall went for and got the epidermi of a certain gentleman year ago, of which we hav often heard. Judgh Hill concluded hi speech by a clear and forcible statement of his poaltlon upon certain issue likely to be before the next Legislature and what he hoped to do In the way of general legislation should he be elected. These positions were heartily applauded by Ills speech, wai a rousing atrong one and will do him and the party much good in August. There is hardly room to doubt that he will be elected by five hundred major- self-style- f u col-o- ra love with a tramp at aieht, who came to to myself, I hereby lender to vou her house lo beg, and married him, not my resignation u Collector of Internal her relative Revenue for the Seventh District of Kenwithstanding the threat of lo put her in an insane asylum." tucky, tc take effect on the appointment and qualification of my successor. RELloioUs. For the evidence of your confidence, Iter. Dr. K. O. Guerrant closed hit and for the splendid compliment you have meeting at Ml. Tabor, in Clark county, conferred on mn by retaining me a CollecSunday with 3.1 addition. The church tor of the newly consolidated District, I now hu 107 member. thank you many lime and moat eincerely, In an article in the Kmngditl, Judge and I resign the truit with sentiments of Bradley of the Supreme Court, show by good will and gratitude toward you peranalytical historical analysis and sonally, and with the moat sincere desire calculations that the crucifixion for the success of your Administration, of Christ, occuned A. D. 30. My resignation la not the result of any obThe Louisville Democrat correct us by jection to the new District. I am simply saying that it ia "Capt." and not "Br." tired of the confinement, labors and resBloser who i to take charge of the Cin ponsibilities of the office, and I would have cinnati Faith Best. Ill Captain comes resigned over a year ago but for the fact from his position in the Salvation Army, that at that time tome opposition wu made In which he wu not a success. to me by those who wanted my place, but I am now in full favor and sympathy LAND, STOCK ANO CROP. Bourbon farmers pay $1.60 (0 $2 for with your Administration and at there it no oppoiition to me from any source worharvest hands. opportuniIn Bourbon county 135 fat wethers thy of notice, I am glad of an ty to retire. sold at 4 cent. J, D. Swope bought of John Berk 8 In order that my action may not delay the plan of consolidation and hurry and head butcher' cattle at 3 per lb. embanasgyour Excellency in the selection nice Montgomery county of my tuccessor, I have to assure yon that Short-horn- s sold at an average of $390. Lexington quotations: Hemp $125; it is my duty, and it shall be my pleasure, to promptly execute a new bond, to assume corn $2 25; wheat dull at 80c; barley 50c. Wheat is still lower In Chicago. July control and organize the new District, and option went down to 98 and August to hold lubject to the convenience and pleasure of your Excellency. $101. I hope it la no more than juat pride on For tale at a bargain, a combined my part when I congratulate myself on Reaper and Mower (Champion), and other the fact that my official grade ia now, and farming utensils. P. W. Logan. been "Jfo. 1 orKrsi elau," and that Alford ASwope shipped two car load of hu ever my administration, now in it seventh year, lamb from McKInney on Friday lut. hu ever met the approval and hearty tup- They cost them 5c. and averaged D.Swopohu bought from various port of the masses of intelligent and fairJ. partie a number ol extra sucking calve minded men of all parties; and that now, after the collection of many millions, and for September delivery at $15 per head. tons of a dollar to the GovernDawson without the J. D. Swope bought of Len ment, I surrender my trust with my cub yesterday 2 springers for $70; 1 from Craig balancing to the fractional! Lynn for $50 and from John White hi lot and accounts part of a cent. Respect fully and gratefulof iambi at 4 J cent. A. M. Swore, Collector. David A. Prewitt bought yesterday of ly, astro-nomic- Ill-lj- r MT. VKUNON, Viaa-OK- RY. a. riaxon. r. w. . Offlr AaTrOIlNKYH A'X1 TAW. BTANfORD. KY. In Owiley A Fon't new l.ulldlD-np T, W. W wiLLiC . VARHON.' attlra. MTANFUltD, KY, Will l.raellra In lh (feurt t,t Llnmln an.l al. Joining counties and tha superior tiutt an.l Ooarl oi Appeals. Bpseiai aiienuun iren 10 collections. (IBr on Lancaster atnet 111 A.TTO11IVI0Y M. l'BVTON, A'l T..A.W. KY., Will prscllfs In Ihs Courts of Boris an J adlolnln counties and tn IhsCoorl of Appeals. And Kilter Commissioner Itockcastl Circuit Court MT. VERNON, KY. Will practice to tha Itockeutl Courts. Collections a specialty. Offics In Court-hou1:4 ATTORNEY' AT LAW, DANVILLE, J. d. Attornuy riBir. At Lnw. LEE V. ALEX. ANDEHBON, UUFFMAN, u ' STANFORD, KY. C2c South aid Mala Street,' two doors abort Myers HoUll th Pur Nitrous Olid Ou sdmlnliUrsd whan required. DR. W. n.. nTTTlLU DcntlHt. l'ENUr, BTANFOnD.'KENTUCKY. r. Offlea orerRobl.S. Lrtla's stora. Office hours from S lo I A. u. and 1 to S r. w. Anesthetics when necesury. Forty-seve- JOS. SEVERANCE, Lata of Chenault, Severance with A Co., Stsnlord, Kr., J. M. ROBINSON & CO.. Importer and Jobbers ol Dry floods. Notions, Sc, M7, 689, Bit Msln Hlrwt, Cor. Sixth, COTJISVUL.TK, . ICY. Ice! Ice! Ice! 1 70-lb- will deliver lc try morning - AT ONE CENT u PEK POUND, It. Aa long as my preseut stock huts. After thJt.LtM Ice as low I on afford. Accounts due at the close of each month. Stanford, May 7. JJ. JtAItllOJV. ROBBED aequecca of Thousands of rrsre ara annually roktad of their victims, llres prolonged, hspplnswsnd health r- sioreu 07 un 01 ine great I Wm. Catron, of Pulaski, $310percwt, and 130 welhera at of John M. Hail 115 GERMAN INVIG0RAT0E lte?n;tirandalldlseaws NEW ADTL'UTiSKXE.ITS. head at $3 25 per cwt. About 5,000 bushel of wheat from &RnTS3 Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois and MissouiJOwIsI arrived at 81. Louis. It wa about equal ri, to No. 3, and some of it sold at$l. lis. I....H. SImI Br.u Till IttM. 1 A. J. Tribbie bought of J. W. Prewitt jmes, an pavm tub a'aWiStMi. toM.alrl-Wtrr.au S f Mra, KmS, a4lrtM lbs. at 4cts. Wt 10 fat heifer averaging 1,182 JDNES OF BlrWHAMTQN. per pound. Shelby Jett sold a fine yoke SlIUIUBTUf, ,T. Winchester Democrat. oxen for $150. bee Wm. Boone, of tbia city, hu fire stand from which he ha this season taken about 700 pound of honey, and expects to CRAIl OKUITAKD BHXI.SX get 300 or 400 pounds more. Paris 5-T1 L n- -s Which potltlrely and permanently curea mido-(etirt- r, (caused by excesses ot any kind,) Semi-n- ut ss loss of energy, Icssol memory, unlrersal lassitude, pain In tn back, dimness of rlslon, premature old sge, and many otherdlseases that lead to consumption and a premature grare. irsend for circulars with frea by mall. Tha IXVlGOIl.lTOIt I sold at It par box, or six boxes for 19, by all druggists, or will ba seut free by malt, securely sealed, on receipt cf price, br sddrassin; 113 Adams street, Toledo, Ohld. Solasgcnt for the United Slates. i that follow a Nllw f.J. CIlf.SKY, NOTICE ! J. II. IIUTCIIINOS, l'ropr.. and ESTILL SPRINGS! Uaring taken charge ol this fsuious place for tha coming season, I sni now watering n. n Court-Hous- e d Traders inform us that all kinds of stock are rapidly declining in price, except fancy horaea and extra mules. The two n latter maintain good rates. The main for the decline mentioned ia the extra good grae crop, and the corn prospect. -- County Court yesterday, owing to the fact that the farmer were making hay while the aun shone, waa more sllmly at tended than we have ever known it. There were not more than a hundred people here and leaa than 50 head of atock on the market. Not a hoof wu sold at auction. Cant J. M. Higeina sold privately G 2- mules at $90, a lot of heifers at year-ol2 and several yoke of oxen at $90 to rea-eo- Do custom grinding Tuesday week. FilJsrs 11S-2- of each Prepared to Receive Guests. I hare a corps of trained serrsnts snd wilt be tile SAFE FOR SALE SatUftictory to furnish AccomuioUatlotiH To all persona tn pnrtult of health or pleasure. A good second-han- d 8sfs For Bala, at the low vi mn wHiero ant iuu uuwu .w ne iwuvio 01 uenirai Aenrucar 10 new comprice ot f30. IIsTlni purchased a large, need a description of properties. will dispose of olJ one linmedlstel y. The rates of board willtheirressonsble. For furlher bination safe, be Apply to J. F. ItOniXSOX, Information, apply to ma at Irrlne, Ky. 159-2- 1 Manager Crab Orchard Springs. S. H. l'KACOCK. " A Dividend oris Per ICO-- Cent, ou The Share $110. BOXLE COUNTT. lias been declared out of tha assets ol the Nitlon-s- i Bsnk of btanford, Ky payable on demand at tbe Klnl National Bank of Stanford, Ky. Cashier National Bank of Stanford FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY ST. A8APH, JOllX J. Melton WITS, got through skinning Bobbin yesterday, Maj. F. D. Rigney, dem- Afteji Judge Hill Danville. tread-mill- d-- ocratic candidate for Senator, made a short and appropriate speech, reaffirming bit allegiance to Ids party and urging democrats todo their duty on election day. If elected, aa he will be In case they do, he will do all in his power to advance the interest of the Slatcand hi section. Capt. Sam. M. Boone, a recent recruit to republicanism, who hu been rewarded by being made the candidate for that parly for State Senator, announced hi acceptance of the empty honor and launched forth in the usual republican charge of a misappropriation of the State funds; and went, for the party of which he wu late a member with empha sis, because of its alleged bad treatment of the Union soldiers. He took occasion to compliment the Interioh Journal very highly, for which we kindly thank him. We have always thought a good deal of the Captain and regret very much to nee lil tit throw hliutelf away in such bad com- carpet-- bagger In tho County Court yesterday the will of Mis. Sallle A. Bingaman wu admitted to probate. J. B. Pennybacker and W. L. McCarty were each granted tavern license at King Mountain. A 11 election forJua lice of the Peace and Constable was ordered iu the Walnut Flat precinct, the men elected failing to qualify. The application for a new road by G4V. Alford and oth ers, which haa been pending for some time, created some interest yesterday afternoo n but the court adjourned before getting through with hand continued It till next Thursday. Orchard, who seems to long for a reputation of being a bad 'un and who is an exceedingly bad one for lilt age and connec tions, was lodged in jail here Saturday by Marshal V. T. Saunders to nerve 10 days aud pay a fine of $10 for assaulting a Mra. Marshall and 10 day and $50 for. carrying concealed weapon. An effort will be mad by his frienda to aecure a pardon for him and they feel confident of success since Gor, Blackburn on two or three other occasion ha come to hi rescue, . band-tom- In Jail at Last. Will Carson, of Crab carpet-bagge- . - Fuuuo BffAKtNO. Judge T. P, Hill, Jr., democratic nominee for the Legisla- ture, will address the people af the follow-- AND ing place: Waynesburg Crossing July 7; McKInney July 9; MUledgeville July 11; Its Proprietor ii Determined that Hustonville July 14; Preachertvllle July it oaait be second to ao Country Hotel ia the State ia it Fare, Mill 1G; Crab Orchard July 18; Iloldatu' Appointment-- , or AttenBright' July 20; Hall Gap July 21; tion to Comfort of : School-Uout- e July 23; Tunnel City July were Itunberry acid on crushed Ice. their Quest. 1. 28. Speaking to couiuunce at 1 V. it. F, WILMS a. DUMK, Ky. 2 Italian water Ice. Sherbet, Btsniord, Lincoln Co., and all varieties of cake. F. Bobbin la invited to a joint discussion, I'aagsja will be coaisd tv sad froaa Usjisst Mxiusaoaa false, by Messenger Chief, dsiu rissorckargs, ha'clal croaaidatlae u by Alcalde, (lire vf It y Its, 2:21),, Enigma, 1:24: ii f 3. Tropical fruit. t Coasaisrclsl Traislsrs. The alar will k tancy Day, 2. W, Ac.,) will luaka lb season vl 1M Fou Kent 170 acre of graw. T. W. 4. Chocolate with cream pufls; coffee at k'eunt Fox', Brjaateillle, Ky., at IU 10 Uuur alwai assailed with Ik ck4eH Higgiui, Btanford. with crackera. kraads f Lifters s4 Cigar. a mar la foal.' W.U.D. m Mr. Wm. Pendergrafl and Mis Mary Jane Brooks obtained license to marry Saturday. Capt. Sam M. Boone haa been nominated by the Republican. District Central Committee for the Senate in opposition lo Maj F. D. Rigney, the democratic nominee. Miaa Annie McAlister, a lovely and very popular young ady here and at Stanford, her former home, 1 ytrj ill at the time tbia report closes. Her friend have scarcely a iiope of her recovery. Mr. Wm. M. Fields, Jr., of thl place, became the happy father of twin boy Sunday morning. Mr. and Mra. Field are well known In Lincoln county. Before her marriage ahe was Mia Mary, daughter of Gabriel Lackey, Kq. Mr. Fred Muonheimer, of this place, fell from a scaffold In the suburb of Lexington, where he wu engaged at painting, on Friday nnd fractured hi hip and otherwise injured himself. Hi brother Jame went over Sunday to wait on him, and bring him home as. soon aa he able to be moved. Capt. Wm. Cottrell, of Mobile, and J. W. Guest. Knq , of thl place, sold last week, to a Mr. Johnson, of Pittsburg, a Buckden colt, out of a Wagner mar for $5,000. The colt' name I Buch anan. Capt. Cottrell sold to the same par filly out of Monomania, by ty a Buckden, for $1,000. Mra. Granville Cecil gave a moat de lightful entertainment at Melrose, near Danville, Thursday evening, between the hour of 4 and 8 o'clock. The entire houre wu handsomely decorated with ferm.ever-ereeblooming and cut flowers: conspic uous among the floral ornaments in one of tbe parlors, wu a lovely barque of rose with sails of smllax. Tbi fairy craft tested on a magniGcenl mirror representing a lake, margined by rare exotica thauuggeat-e- d the wealth of the tropic. The softent with which the parlor were ed Hooded threw over thing an appearance of enchantment that coulu be lelt but which it la difficult lo describe, There were present aa guests over one hundred ladle. Including th many home friend of Mra. Cecil and the following friend from other place, via; Mr. Henry Woolfolk and Mine Myra Warren and Minnie Mitchell. of Louisville; Mr. W. II. Johnson, of Paris- - Mr. Fannie IS. Talbott. or Carlisle; Mr. Lvne Metcalfe and Mr. Bara Hunton. of St. Louis; Mis Wood, of Georgetown, ami Mis uaiukiu, 01 Winchester. Mr. Cecil' friend. Mr. J. K. Sumrall and Mr. Cbarle P. Cecil, aaalated her in receiving tbe company. The refreshment 1 n. su-ligh- TO THE PUBLIC We will now pay special attention to GUlNDING.Tt euner tuned or unboiled meal. 110-t STANFORD, - - KY. listing hsd this Hotel We promise to give satisfaction, and when deslrad will glra l'stent Flour for Wheat. Can make McALINTKK A N A I.LEE. licfurnlslied nnd lioJltfc'l From basement to garret, I liiteml lo Keep It Ih a Strictly And leare nothing undone thst will add to tha ONE HUNDRED Manner, Hands Wanted ! On tha COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. , Stanford & Prcachersvlllo Turnpike, Tamllea Irom Stanford. Highest wages paid. and paid erery SO dis. Ji;X.IS SVLLIVAX. 15-t Commercial Travelers Are offered SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS To patronise me, as I hsva srsry coivcnleocejuch a tt ICE BAMl'LK IlOOMd, Ac, for their uh, NoAWHiuidsoinc Millinery Baggage I hare opened a rery couiprehsnalra Una of tha latest and handsomest atilra of Transferred to and from the Depot free of charge. W. H. VKANC'IH. UlramaacalL SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY And Inrlte all Ih HO ladles to call aud examine, whether they buy or not. Trices reasonable. Next door to Dr. Leo K. llulluiin'a office, Stanford - ins ttiii.i.H minims. Abdallah Messenger! CIIEAr EOft CASH. Wishing to Closo Out My Stock, I Will Sell at Reduced Ratei for Cash. My Btook Oouiista of Groceries, Glass and Qaeenswaro, Canned Hani-war- e, 4t lted Chas. Chief, 2.25JJ; bay stallion; 1 hands; foaled bred by Dunn, btanford, Ky , tired by Meaaeoger sire of Msud Messenger; record, UsrteL rwwd,.23; Abel AbJil-la- h, trial, I.M.Iiuj, trial, J.SSj Item C, if.20 gslt at a rear old; Maul Mcl., S.20 gait at 3 jeara old, Maggie bttwail, J.zugalt at S years old, aud other promising ones, lit dam busts by ricntlnol, 2.'.V. and tha aire of Vou Artlui, Ki T A., fti; Young Hen .l9j; Annette, Vlrsndlere, i2C.; Miguou, t.nii; ; Ursnd rkntlnsl. S.JaVi. rtenllncils fall brother lo Volunteer, tbe tire of tit. Julian. 2:IIJ4; (Hotter, tl7j Alley, Kit); Uodlus. 2;lV,'i; Ddrer, 11U a score 2.IVX; iluuter, J.2U?! Amy, uore In tbe i.M class. 2d Usui Kilty Hirers, the record. S 00; dim of Bertie Utrl, record, Z.IT, aud the grandsui ol Msud record, tiij,', by Alexander's Abdallah. tbatlraofUoldimllb Maid, 2:14: Thorndsle. 1.22,. Aluiont, A Id til to Pilot, Ac, Jc. W dim by 1UJ Jacket, (tire of th dam of Kentucky Wilkes, 1X1, aad tbe graudau 0(Bo8o,2l7H.ind KedWllkrt.ilreot l'hllTbouip-so- n, record, .2I.) by Comet; by Hb.r-ui- tu Morgau, the tire of Ycruout Illack Hawk, tb tire of Lilian Allen and lutuy oihr trotters, lted to Ulack Jsckel's dsui waa slrtd by s lltwk. 4th dim an eitra road nitre brought from the North by W. L. Vance, of Mercer couuty, and ssld lobe of Meaaesger blood, beotluslsud Alexander's Abdtlltb srt both by ltitdyk't lismble-Ionia-n, the graadtlraof Maud S., 2:lu, aad the sire of Dexter. M7i, Nstite, Ii: Ortoge Olrl, 1 20; (J tulle, 121, Jty Uould, 2.2IH, and m ethera with record of 2:30 and belter. Mrtttuger Chief wss sired by AbJailth lllol, tire ol I'lckird.Msk; iccord, 2 M, 1st dim It lied Jliu, tlr ol lo lico Ueo. II Thomas, Nll'sTbomst,2 2l,by Mtubrluo Messenger, tire -ILewlnikl.l iiH. Jddiin by Mtuibilao Chief, tire of Lady Tlioru, 1:1a1, i WooJlorJ Mambcluo, Mtiubrlno l'tlrhau 2:lli; Napoleon. English tud others, td'dtui br Imp. lluuur, Ac. AbdtllaU Messenger will make the teaaou vf Itt&J at Chas. Dunn's, t rullrs Irom btanford, an Kutb IlrtucU pike. I mile from ttiaufuid A Lancaster pike and S uillea from Lauratur A Danville plka, at 'iO to Ineure a Mare In 1'oal. Money due as soon as th (set la stcerlalned. Mares thst hart public records oiz.w or belter, orsuenss uare prwncej trotters with records ol 2.30 or better, way be bred free ot charge, Address l7; i2; Fruit. &o., Ho, Baddlory and Uaraoa' ' Tboie Indebted to lue wtll plsss csll and settls I must bare the money. July 7, 1SW. H'.T. UKKKX. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr This Old aud Woli - Known Hotol Still Maiutains its High Reputation, . TT V. $cii-$ttchl- ji 3nleriorourimI ST.A.lsriiTOKD, ThmJajt MorniBff, KY. July 3, 1883 - (IIIAVIVATIOX. Rome Vutlntitrtntl ,11 tliro wcro two licnvciily bolle, ono of solid iron nnd tho otlicr of cork, llio Utter, though thrco times its largo i llio former, would lirto li"ii nttrriction ItocaitRo it would contain lew matter. on two The force of gnivitjf laws: First, gravity increnncn tw tha amount of matter inorcao, mid, see omilv, it ilecrciwn on tho equaTO of tlia distance incroaficH. Wcro it now body created in npaco 1,000 miloH front tho ciutli, its nltriiction would 1h folt nt tho gun just as roou as nt tho earth, though tho ono would Ui 01,000,000 mjlot olT, and tho uthcr.only 1,000. Again, gravU tnlion ia not Iccwned liy tho intcrposi-'Uo- n of ruiy mhetnnco, Tho densest DKAitnoon as is. bodies offer no olistnulo to its f roo action. Doadwood, writes a corroqiondcnt ol Were n body placed on tho other sido ol tho moon, it would bo attracted by tlia tho Boston Journal, it n town of 3,CG0 people, UntlitwiaKts claim 0,000. earth just m mnoh an if tlio moon wcro cot between them. Tho direction of Search all Now Englnml for the deepest, gravity is always toward tho center. narrowest Valiums between tlio highest Consequently an the earth is a sphere hills in tho "Switzerland of Ameiien," two stones drop) cd nt opjiosito sides of not excepting tho White mountain, nor it will fall in opposite directions. Why tho Frnnconia Notch, stretch tho rnviuu this attraction toward tho center, or why two, three, Cue, ten miles, and you have tho forco of gravity at all, philosophy a conception of the lay of tho land aliout Along tho lowest lino ol fails to discover. It in not liccauso any Dead wood. peculiar attractivo power resides) iu tho tho ravine run tho tho combined water center that a falling body tends toward if thoWhitowater and Dcudwood crrekr, V that point ; but, in a j hero, this is tho Whitewater is tho ln.it name ono woulJ of all tho parti- think of npplyiug to tho red stream result of cles. The particles on ono niilo nttract thin mini thnt comes down from the tho falling body as much as thoao on tho quartz tnillsof Lead aud Central, througli men , other, and consequently it souks a point tho placer claims of whoaro seeking to "wash" thcirway to between them. No two plummets suspended in differ wealth. Main street, Dead wood, lacks few of ent places have exactly tho same direction, for tho linos ilt wltiuli thoyhang the kinds of business Iiohm-- to bu found would meet at tho center ef Uks earth, tin Minneapolis, for example, and has At short distances, however, tlio VlifSsr-cuc-o many that oven Chicago has not. Miners' of direction is so slight as to bo tools and materials make a distinct and imperceptible, and tho plammols seem prolltable branch of biHiucss. Schools as good as towns of that size often supto point tlio samo way. It follows, therefore, that up and down port, churches Congicgatioual, Metho dist, Eiiiccop'tl aud Catholic na well aro relative and not absolute terms. Tho -,. , 1 earth is so much larger tlian the bodies urgiiiuw.ii, 1muiihcu iiiui iunnueti as uie near ita surface that it is not perceptibly saintliest could ask. Houses ns neat, Even if it tasteful aud refined as culture can carry affected by their attraction. ball C00 feet in diameter wcro placed in lo'tho front, invite tho business man, tho atmosphere COO feet from the earth's with his family, to Kettle for life. Such surface, the earth, being f80 million is tho intclligcnceof the place so many million times greater than tho ball, would of tho tieoplo aro educated and accusdraw tho latter to itself, while it would tomed lo tho best society furnishes ' advance to meet it less than ono preacher, everywhere, that a second-ratof nny sort of an inch, a dis- teacher or craftsman tance so Huiall thut it cannot bo appre- would stand far less of n clianco than umong tho vtaid communities of good ciated. Dullness, Btupidity, Tho sun is BOO times greater than all old England. tho planets put together. It ia on ac- tramps and quacks nro advised to go count of this enormous amount of niuttir East. - that ita attraction is felt by tho most Deadwood Ls tho hub of the hills. bodies of tlio solar system. Accord- Everything centers in there radiates ing to tho second law, if tho sun wcro from there. It is the distributing point twice as for from tho earth as it now is, for Uuclo Hani, for tho miners, for tho it would attract tho latter with but ranchers and tho prospectors. Begin of its present force; if three times ning with lower town, "Elkhorn City," if four times aa and passing through " Elijiliethtown " as for, with etc. So, if two (tho portion that was, bunitd July 28) for, .with equal nmase wro situated respectively aud "Chinatown " to Deadwood proper, vileness, 5,000 miles and 10,000 miles from the one would sea toughness, earth's center, tho nearer would bo at- wretchedness. Such ippeudages hang tracted not twico but' four timja aa I li every town. umiuiiiiou siouglis I them us eooii ns the miciuI machinery .Ls strongly as tlio more distant. All bodies on tho car tit's surface, how fairly in lnoliou. Bo it will bo here. ever small, attract ouch other w itli greate- Deadwood is n marvel of growth, en r1, or lesser force, according UJ their tejiirlsoAjiid, uioridity,.when wo con masses and distance. This attraction in idcr"its noluUi'ii mid tho material . most cases is absorbed in tho far 'greater that tlo.its on the Hint waves of civilizaattraction of tho earth, and consequently tion. cannot bo perceived. In tho case of jmvv irro.v iit'HiwM, t mountains, however, it is so strong as to Many a good mother, looking back havo a eenbiblo effect on plummetn suspended at their base. Instead of point- over the Long roud of tho past, and ing directly toward tho center of the gazing on her homy lunula, resolves iu such a position is that her daiigliter uli.ill havo a better earth, a plumb-lin- e found to inolino slightly toward tho time. Thu mother to whom I refer is no louger strong, nud MUs Jenny ia a mountain. is supported or prevent nealthy young wouuiu of 22. Yet tho When a body ed from following tho impulso of gravity mother does all tho houxowork, iodlud. it presses on that which supports it, mg tho sowing aud mending for her moro or lots strongly, according to tho daughter. The latter makes tatting and force with which it is attracted. This edging for her underclothing, and plays pianif, which has downward pressuro is simply its weight, very fairly on tho and this weicht is no moro thou the been squeezed iu snmewhoie, for tho Tho measure of a body's gravity, and is pro family ia anything but rich. portioned to tho amount of matter con mother goes without a now bonnet and dies her dress over and over, in order tained. Weight Inline nothing moro than the that Jenny may appear na well dressed When measure of the forco with which bodies as tho other girls of her set. are drawn lunar. I tha earth, it follons company comes, Jenny entertains them, contained twice as and her mother goes on witli her work that, if tho muah matter aa it uow dees, thoy would in tho kitchen. Sho waits on tlio tablo, havo twice their present woight; if it aud, if anv thing is wanted during tho contained thrco times as much matter, meal, Jenny never rises to get it, but threo times their present weight, etc, pntKCS tho empty dish to her mother for Hinco tho weight of a body is tno replenishment, and adjusts her pretty measuro of its gravity, and since grawty wristlets in happy iguorauco of tho decreases as tho squaro of tho distance thoughts of thoso lookiug on. Now from tho earth's ooutor increases, it fol- this is all wrong. This girl is not lows that bodies become lighter in tho naturally bud ; her mother is solely to samo projwrtiou as they aro taken up blame. I fur ono do not believe iu tho from tho earth's surfuco. A muss of plan of wearing out thu oldest first. iron which at tho earth's surfuco weighs Lot tho jounger oueshavo a good timo ; 1,000 pounds, taken up to u height of don't bo ho hlrnt us our ancestors wero ,000 miles, would weigh only 250 of with their dunlin h, but liavo somo rosuch pounds, or h m much aa ipect foryouihcluu mid for jour own before. rights, or j our childrui will doubtless If we could go from tho surface of tho havo uono for j on. Mural A(ui 1 orAcr. earth to tho center, wo should find a A cniTlCAi"geniuH out West wauto a given object weigh, less and leas as wo now term for thu thing culled an "elevaadvanced. Tho moment wo dosceuded tor." Ho says tho word ia a misnomer, beneath tho surface, wo would lcavo or a halfnomor, as tlio machine taken us particles of matter behind us, and tho down aa well as up. Ho think it aby attraction of thceo would act iu a direc- surd, when a man ia at tho top of a building, to itsk him if ho will "go tion directly opposite to gravity. At tho center of tho earth no object down in the elevator." A now word would weigh anything. Thero would bo must bo coined. many particles ubovo tho lino as Shi Jonx Luuuock shows ttiat wasps it; and tho object, being equally attracted on all aides, would have no preserve their grasshoppers for v inter's use by crushiug tho sulxisophagal weight. kft yrkojvoJgbt of an object differa at dif-- r ganglion, thus producing paralysis, tho fereni ikuU of tho earth's Durfacc. A grusshopjier remuiiiing insensible, but Btu of lead, for instance, tliat weighs not dead. The wasp administers on 1,000 pounds at tho ixilcs, will weigh easily digestible sirup until the animal Is only 8W such pound at tho equator. required for thu Nl.U Thin is owing to two causes; Tho equaOne of our beat cltlieiu would my to the torial diameter i about twenty-siaud public that he ha tried JiallaCaUrrliOuro miles longer than tho polar ard It Is all that U claimed for it. l'rice f diameter; and. therefore, ou oblect at 76c per bottle, at I'm or h McAlialer' n-ileiH-'iiil- lnttmtlntf Ftttlt. ino equator is lartnor Irom tlio center and less strongly attracted than at any other jwint, Tho ecntrifugul forco is greatest at tho equator, and therefore counterbalances more of tho downward attraction thero than nt any other part of tha surfaoo, making tho weight less. It has liccn computed that, if tho earth revolved soventcon timed ns fast as it now does, tho centrifugal forco at tho equator would conntorbalnnco gravity entirely, and thm deprive all bodies, of weight. If Iho earth's velocity wero further increased, all things at tho equator would bo thrown off into iqmoo. Tlio general effect of gravity is to draw liodies toward tho earth; but sometimes it causes them to rise, A balloon, for" instance, mounts to tho cloiuK Tiii is liecnusa it contains less matter than a mass of air of tho samo bulk, or, as wo sny briefly, it is lighter than air. Hcnco the- nir, acted on mora strongly by gravity than tho balloon, is drawn toward tho earth under tho latter, which is thus caused to rise. it Pills A splendid clovalor, which cost alioul T. II. a Mnrilmn. Ilii 1hri l.liihl en t'lnirtrt nnd imt 810,000, roit Tim MKTII()IUHT,H01!TII.-UMiinla.y inarnlnn ami nud is tho highest In tho world, Thru 1 Xn4 fl)t In Utrnlghl .(lira. rrayar Mrfilnf rftry Louisville, New Albany & nlrlit rirrpt Iha llitrl 1L Itlddlor, Tluirxlay nliht Hun.lay at IK) A. M, of Canton, Mass.. carried us up. Tho clovalor at tho tot ICov II r MnrrlMn, MnpnrlnUn.lant. writes to thu Journal vf Julttcallon supports ou its four corner tulios th Chicago J. l And nil Bilious Complaints BAITIHT.--IU- an. I Knurl hllaura, I'aainr.TvrTlrw Hunlata, mornlnf an.l some highly interesting facU about the four cranes which lay tlio alone, if nenliihl, lrKjit Mrllri' errrjr Wilnilay mny TegrlMiIni no grip-ISafe to take, lico, obtained by long and patient per- cessary, on the four sides nt once, A Hiin.uy Hrhnnl at 30 1. M. 11, U. Harrow Tim ost.r t.tNi: iitwNiNrr All iniirtsn. Trim arvrl Huiwrlntrnilrnt little railroad brings In tho grent block f gonal uWrvntion Following nro Worahlplir lh miijintiTloeTr-t- v Pullman Cur.sl IIIII1IIAN Puluco from his letter ; " Bees, largo and of stone, weighing from two to six lout STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. birl'a.lar. ITrarhlnal.-ll- y J. W. Vit ',-roiulh iinl't day a. Mun.lr iniiii, ihii - I, 'i. i I Lin- - r. t.t i im nnHwnl J.ami WTrranra, xuprrinian.irni Hf hftol small, never alight on tho top of tho iris, npioee, nnd plaws Ihem on tho clovalor, ANKKOUIITIIAINi tl!trlil'm(ra..inllitiii, Hrlriitlfl. a. I f ii l. Arlltiirl, IWni il S C.ninwt, . but alwajiiiii tho sumo placn, between with n low enr lioncnth the Mono. Th ( l.,.nrmISHMl)r THlllMialKlMalil. mhllnlln -. si IUllVTIItlAN. MHcfll Itot. I SlTrri. LOUISVILLE CHICAGOI TO I. mill rIHHlm lk.nl I John W Mntaf Kiliool at nun of the winged sUIca nnd ono of the elevator is open, mid I had to sit down MltltrftmlllnilllH, In. Sl.likl l.t '.11. r orrk. In a.lvrv HtM llnlan I'rarar MfvllnKoa luiul, nnjvrlnii-n.lrelllffR.,Dlkrlttn A lain. v fi.llrf I, ... nud hug the btoiio ti avoid dicaiue Ktnl'i. I have watched hundreds ol NV0.tnca.la7 nlihu InrioltliiikRl. IUlHniliMH.I whirr m riiUn-- i XrMiat Nntli - iHtifrt Irem Hie Knot ty".""t lHh """ k'i lL,r'iVieii , (lain. I have never seen an exception. and tho terrible tumble down the litoiie irnm iit TI'leliiamhelK A N. It IL arrlte In iMilirllU p'vIll l,Mf W.ll Kiri,iliJtiiraK l'na- In lime In late the arnilniC train ef the "Monoa UK. MI'I"I llirl'iillia, UllMlMI. kt Soon after nlighting thoy forco tlieit shaft. The (levator aieond very Ikiulr ami ( thmih In and smoothly, and will carry ten lHilies down on far as they can LnTtijclto (lrrriir.itlia Bluc-Qras- 3 Farm For Sale! iulo tho vrry narrow spam whero the tonx. As tho monument is built upnml ClilrflKt) wlllioHt clmnRf. HTANIOIUI. KY ietal nnd stylo nro very close together, ward, tho clovator is mortised into it, TIMIITAni.K t nr lir mIi, Irltjlftf, mj Ivin of ns Arm n Uunliilrk hikI breaking tho jxillen from tho iiuthcn and continues to riso twenty feet nt i tri(tllinllilii-(iihiiil,lll- i TtaHy. rr9inf)rcMfiM-- t ruiiililnr-l- . f trsi iimiih, wllhln KrArinN. - . Propriotor. nbovo them, nnd in this place they ox-t- i time, liillrxl llm new Munfnnl A rmtlirntlllit I'll. W. T. WALTON, 7 41 p la IIIlN l.te. toularllle . ... Hen orrlinnl, rrnh mill iiirillml vHler In Tho blocks of marble, eoveii feet long not tho honey. I have f.ccn thenl dn I III a u I UI pin ImptiTriiimuilriil rU Imlii'lln iirt MltflnfSlapc, 3niM. Kl(lil minntalaarla el Hii-cr- Atr. tlrrrnfa.lla... . 3 M am 1 01 p in " Crawrunlatllle M leUnr IIIthis on llio iris of tlia garden and on the nnd two feet squsro, nm set na easily Ipnant Iiaum, lnRr.-iikii. ihI Mxl ro rVallnit Murllr, luclu.llri' (tU'ry. fin. " Ufarrlle. .. ... SHIM 4 It Mill UI. Ii. Tinier Alitiilanl CiiHrrh IU 5 JO a in I til ncr lr, nl Hi iiiiur Irl Vlrfflnlen and tho frl vtrlrrthit na bricks iu French limo nud rortluur It It nntnllrn llHtltiirh trrlhUirlMai.1filmtinpxrtllr,l. M aannaMa ralra lo X.I allraOloni. AdlrrM alioft. Ml.irnln. mlnUM In of tho meadows', nud tho procem is the cement. Tim block wo wmt uj) with 11ll pPthTt. AiMmi inn nt Mlaiifniil, Ky.or Thaiuoatillrralreula.wllh only una thanaeof rera, lead .lol In n laraniln, Mlnneanla, iuwb, The Mil mi in il the firm. Mime, n liee nlighting on one of tho iridf was in its place in ten minute. For Inrlhrr lurormatlon, Mlrrt, StMMIIIAY Ktl.l.KK,! FA..Irrei Mim.Ntitui roou. Stanford Female College. walls nt tho bottom nro lit toon feet in my hand." Inuliillla, Ky jj. thick, and at thnt )oint, if thero wero Mr. lliddlcr thinks thnt tho ofllco AMKIHIMN NT.Nl"OI.I, KY. by tho lico in making lion era no cavity, would make n solid shaft of a wiiaj' a mai ji toa prmluetivo is to brush tho sllen fnini Mono thirty feet thick. At the point With a Full Cdrps of Teachers, the nulhers nud convey it ou its body whero thoy nro uow setting stone trio Ol' JCiM.tul(y. dinetly into the ovary which it picrccu. walls nro only seven feet thick, and nt Thlalnalllutlun will III Tklrtrfiilh Ntaalon Ho thus upsets n popular tho top, 500 feel nlxivo tho ground, will enllmf.1 Hon.lay In 'lfmlr nrM U'ti fllrla1jn t hurts nrirplM I!. ft tncy Air a iiovt nuns. tiii: ir.ir.vnr.v mosvmkxi. Wrights Indian Vegetable cmmcR niRFCTHBT. 1!CNN JH.OIJTI3.,f a LIVER . . I., IMAI I m Railway. nr - 0 ,1 -- "Ml l iMil-rratel- OPERA HOUSES. -- . i'r itltiin-tlan- c. , y pflrtM-Iia- d Mutual Aid Society o- -n n nnoy : g s "Thero is ono popular delusion almut is n bees, and thnt is thnt n 'bee-linstraight one. Let tho following observation lo considered : Tlio hundreds of bees iu thu meadows, keeling honoy of tho iris, nnd going nwny laden with it, go ill a series of delicately curves! lines, and not in straight onos. In the woods nud llelds their eouiMi is just tho samo. Sitting or reclining ou n favorite knoll, where bees nro continually lining about, I havo seen them, day after (Uy, nt tho rato of six or eight every minute, mako a number of circles, large and small, around my head, and then lly oil with great rapidity, not iu straight hues for any considerable distance, nnd this, toj, whero thero was plenty of room for them to lly a great ilintunco iu ut might lines without any obstructions, but from side to side, in a kind of zigzag motion or curved lines. "Again, passing along tha street, thero is n great buzzing in tho trees near by. It is n Bwnrm of been. They nre directly overhead, and I stop and wntch them; there's millions iu it. They, too, lly a long distance within sight, not in straight lines, but in curves majestic curves. Many of them fly swiftly from ono sido of the swarm to tlto other, but always in curves, l'erhnpc thoyuro the 'mounted jiollce,' and this mny explain their curve-lik- e motion, but it does not ex plain why the whole Hwnrm mores thus. " Once more : Near tho last day oi tho term n bee flies into tho schoolroom. During its (light across tho room, or thirty I it, it perhaps twenty-th- o changes its courso four or lle times, alights on n window pane, makes several ineffectual attempts to climb the smooth surface, tccnls u roso on a neighboring desk, is ou it iu an instant (curves again), is unceremoniously thrust to the floor by the joung lady owning tho rose, nud then iu another iustiut makes n e (that is such a hiw curves here, too us n beo makes) for tho open window, nnd ia off. "From thoso observations, a is not a mathematically Mruighl one, uiiy moro than Court slleet, or some ol the older strisits of Itestin, ns thoy originally existed, were stiiiight ; any more than cowqulhs aro straight, or the path of a Mpiirrel climbing a tiee In avoid the stone which tho small boy ia pretty apt to throw at him." 1IK OUT IT. Ouo of tho most touching things wo havo read in n long time is that (dory of a roblier and n poor iouo woman in Ohio. Tlio roblier came- to her house at night nnd demanded hor money or her life, Sho hadn't much tneaoy or life cither, but bIio preferred giving up tho former rather than tho latter; so sho brought her little store aud placed it in his hand. He looked it over cuicfully, to bco Hint pieces sho didn't ialm off nny for quarters, and facetiously told her that ho could credit her for only ccnta ou the trade dollars, chiding her for taking tlieia at their foco value, " Haven't you nnj thing clso of valuo ?" iuquircd tho bold, bud burglar, looking about tho hcuntily furnished apartment ; "a child's bracelet, ring, anything will bo thankfully received." Sho had uothing more, sho replied, with a sigh. A thought struck Iiiui. "Your husband was n soldier, was ho not?" Sho acknowledged that ho was, and wnu killed iu tho war. " Then ho must havo had a revolver," ho continued, Honrching her countenance. " Ah, you grow confused ; you stammer; jour manner hotrujs you. Oct thut revolver ut once and give it to mo." In vain tho woman implored him tospure thut harmless trinket, almost tho nolo memorial of the husband hIid had lost. She had pawned inuuy thing when iu distress, but had always hung on to that, llul tho roblier was unrelenting. Sobbing bitterly, alio wont lo a bureau druwer and removed the pro- clous relic, urouud which clustered so " Must you many tender recollections. have it ?" said she, advancing witli trembling step toward him. " Yes, I must," said tho robber, extcudiug hi hand. "Moll, thou, laku it," said sho, gcutly pressing the trigger for tho last timo. There was a loud report, and the robber tumbled over dead. Tho community ought to pension that woman. CVncfn-tui- d bee-linheo-lin- c .r..rS e Iks only n foot nnd n half thick. The exterior, or facing of marble, is only of tha present thickness. Tho lining, of Capo Ann granite, is jointed through nt certain spotswith the marble, to unite tho two sorts of stone moro thoroughly. No iron is used fot bolts and rivets anywhere. Each mar-blstone, as described, when put into place has cost $7d. Tho msrhlo is quarried alxmt sixty miles from tho monument. Tho 10) feet of tho shall finished nearly thirty) curs ago is miserable work compared lo the present, and the irregular stone of tint period aro tho only suggestions of weakness aliout tho edifice. The monument run lie in three j oars. It will hive a lantern or cupola on tho top, of nou, fifty feet higher than the muooury, making 550 feet iu all. Every foot of the shaft has been underpinned with a solid apron or platform of ktoiio 100 feit square. At Iho top thirteen men work constantly, . Tho quiet as pigeons in it immense foit of Mono at that great height is beautiful in its symmetry, as large as n comfortable dwelling. Thu view is already grand, comprising tho whole District of Columbia nnd many miles of Virginia. The city looks liko n uias.s'of Ioomj stones cuielessly cist over tho plain, witli some toy ptrfilio buildings lying lietnoeii. Wushinuton lelitr. o llui-dicbarn-cote- IJnroln antl(UrrinlnHii)llri nl tlih iiuwt rilw-wnrtl- ir miJ wrfKllr rrllilti huUtiiHuii. lh otijrrtnrtli A. I. A. tkn Irly Ulr "to fOVltl unxnriai mi 10 in wii.iwi, orpiiini, iifir if"-l- f Nuon nl aM.fncf Ita il insist I iiiriiiWra. ihouM hmlulo to urcurit iiifralsrrildh It will atTtirtl hi a ltMt4iini In gilt full litUrtualfnti In )im dnl Hog it ami rlrruUrt liowiftK tha ol-jit ttut Al.l TDK IIRANCIIUIIK A HjisiLLjiiyiyf' THE GREAT THOROUGH ENGUGHCOURSE Aratauht,M wallu MUHIC. TIIK I4ANttUAOr.il. IIIIAW. INO AND I'AtNTINCI. Through Trunk Line nimnut Ur ctlArfrjtA 110 rtlanfei-il- Kr R TERMS MODERATE. In Tnlllun, prlrra rtmro frotn IM lo ' In Ik rraular llriiarliiirnla. Prluiar. Irt. Inlfrninllal flu, lrrtaluf, IU. anJ (VilFilalr, IS. a M. I'1U--- UN n , a.UlMi Pec rail paitlrulara, u ta HnaM, MKN. N. V. IHIIiillKAKr, l'rlurlj.11, AUnCirJ. IJomlo(Vv, Kr. it Without Change and with Speed Unriialed SHORTEST I ROM & GLOBE Xiisuraiico Compaii.v American Aisoti, - HALL'S Ratarrh 13 ItECOMMEHDED UY AND QUICKEST UHUTIUI TO THE ROUTE SOUTH & WEST pUUHANCAnS.V.'affi-f.W;Jatkaenilll, la MoklFa, ami X.w ! $5,212,737 81 P,B ntYaiClAKO. 1 . Vaiasaab, Oil.au, Losjcs paid in 31 years 331,000,000.00 in U. S. exceed Solid, l'roiupt mid Honorable. I'n)n buses wltlmiil CI) il.ia illcomit. Does tho Leading American l'ollrlr. wrltmi l.j llniinetsj. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA r.l.t. Car a Wltheat L'kanc Chronic rtna of of thn Uloorntlfnl Catarrh INTERN C:jr, Co or ALLY, noil Throjt. It le taken nct DIUtOTLV upon the Ulocxl and Mucoua Surf.icea or the Sratem. It In lf tlm heat Blood Purifier thattho Is WOULD, and la worth ALL uiuiw. cnaruea for it, Tor n OHLT CUJWN tha Natal Cnltr SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Froaa Loalailllala ralaral'traallbeatrkaaia law ratct rccalvt f honmonlha CUIPDAUTC Una ol Ihla toad will LmlUnAil I O 0kmi! apcclal Af,er will. ' IMatompany for talra. tenia C. P AJKUM. 0. P. , T. A. Loulaaille, Kr. JOHN SIXimil.U Hi PHILIPS, Agent. IlIIERUAL ir-i- N CURE FOR'-AMB- llinm CI.A5H aiMI'ANUSl agrnrr. I'.alrn rniMuikl to ono-four- th one-nint- fi SOliUTIIlXI) AIIUVT TKKTII. Why do souio jieople's teeth romo out tiore readily tlinn olhers ? Th reasons for this uro probably ninny. Atoiittho middle of tho last century IMer Kalui, a Swede, visited America and wrote rcnsihly about what lummy. He ob teneil n frequent loss of teeth nmoii(' n tilers from Europe, esqieciully woinon. After disnsing and lejecting many modes of explanation, he attributed it to hot ten and other hot lievcruges, nnd comes b n general conclusion that "hot feeders lose their teeth moro rendily than cold feeders." Mr. Catlin, who Homo j ears ago had nil intonating ex hibition of Indian scenery, dresses, weapon, etc., noticed that North Almri- onu Indium have liettur teeth than llio whites. Ho accounts for tho difference iu this strange way that tho reds keep the mouth shut, ulurc.is tho whites keep it ojicn. Tlio teeth, ho says, re inire moisture to keep their surfaces iu good winking order; when tho mouth is oiieu, the mucous membnuio has n tendency to dry up, the teeth lose their needed supply of moisture, nnd thence come discoloration, toothache, ticdou- loureux, decay, looseness aud uvcutual loss of teeth. Mr. Catlin scolds tho human race generally for being less seiiBiblo than tho brutes in this respect, and tho whites csecially in comparison witli tho red. Wo keep our mouths open fur too much. Tho Indian warrior shops, hunts and smiles with his mouth shut and respires through his nostrils. Among tho virtues attributed by him to close lips, ono is excellent when you aro angry, keep your mouth shut ll " 'CaESMUO lX And we offer Ono Hundrel Oallnre lor nny Gneu of Cnt.irrh It will not Corn. WILL fLIti: A.Na CANi:. rltal Offleo of A. T Brtwairr C.l lly Ihepwnllarly noolnl IhepuMlr. whii b fntcioo. Ill June 4, Ibru. ( roulra. Miorlr.t are llakl to Urn Ira froui C1nln 1 1.. ami (Julrinl lloule IK fn, 24fito. Mrtirt. F J. nail Wet lathe UtnUmrn I tat fit. auiro In lnfimln- - you tliat I liato uaoI Hall l.ltarlti l"unv 11 )a. mrwlmc IwMTfryluJ niwl ilon'l hrallaleto aay hat It will cur any cao of t'aUrrti If takro MISSISSIPPI II. Yuura truly. rmlrly tiii: MAitiurraii R Don't Be Led Astray ! fAnit WOKTIt SIO A IIOTTI.K.' K Mciuut. Jarkacn, Mich , wr1t raUrrhforWji-ora- . IlilPa Catarrh Cure cured nia. IVwaafcTHwortliSiaoualwlllfi. r Kiiuilartunil T J CJII.VtfY ao.1 bid lTyulolora. TOUUX). OUIO. J. Is. Wraniiaroao. 01 Ci.H'-.i.iui- 1 J''" h! ltlC) Ilix.it 10 TTouni all DnmtMla ialiir at t rt Fur aaleln ManturJ l.y IVhny A McAIUU-r-. 4 thrltef ftllothff lln. lull j Tilui, UU iMicVinil nrt Ut nj lth Vt 4 to St. Louis ! Micted, Attention 2 l)1t. (.ANN'S KlaMEDIES! POIl THE MILLION. MANUI'ATUIti:i HV W. K. flANN, U 3lUllf TrftUiU leouUvllU, lull TrilDt lu KTfti.lll. I'irUr lo f all Mhrr rwulr, wltb hour n lretiiit( SITTERS Xnvnnii v xa vi n.i wiroxi lne r .iiipui nil .jini'.iiu D.MU fl '111 o W'l mm Saitn ti IUt-aii11 ii aiqnoj Xipnl iio tlivt'iwj ii Xmi oiiuimi'lJ 1kIX(I tiioiun SIIIHJ 'lUui'lujio J.nil iiu 'hiojm jjuiu ni'ajojUjii' iv mlus.fjo ai liSjq iua-jumri jj uiu i.iuoj8,Hiiio tl Jrmi -- -- 'Jui niaiui oil uij iu OilU OIlVI 'ii3vuiui jin l 'UJ.1J1IIMV jn"l-"ll'Illolt- s tJOq Jl JUIIJO.H 'ikiuiji BEST THE ALL OF than ky elnrr libra. The It. A' 31. la the only Una wllu 1 Dally Tralua from t Imlnnall lo Ml. taula, roaalne Jlrrrl Tlia wrl. la ttllr.1 with Ilia wMklrrful, l ronnnllonaln Iba llnkio IVjt (at M. Loui.lellb aiil Inlrlrale liitfulloni ol man. Jit all Iba UUeMirl I'arlQi Italleay.hi IaiuU. Iron alouu-tai- n MHiiblnrJ lalrnt aul gHiltia Ih it tha wurkl haiaT-r- r luilaay, I biranii Alloo Kail, tiuiwn kaa hrtrr pnalmt-- l auylhlnrr Ibat ran road, AKoulbun Iliuliniiton A iulury AlUllroa.lj hliaeu. lnlli-air Uanu'a llriullra " ciiiuoare walh AM I.HIIa llallroa.1, Wa,Uh. Ml. luillaA kill an.l arlrlue bate, aa Jl, lilktl In illarotrl IVIdr IUIIioa.1. MIw.mii! KanuaAlnaa Itall any lblii(niual 111 tuna, .ir ina cure ei ma A rau Framlaiu Itallway. Aa flilr waj, M lula Itir whirb Ibjr ara tlrlnta an.l uwa ati i.ralanl l.t lbHaiila Ihrouicli. Impress This Upon Your Memory. lliu lrii(lli au.l trra.llli ut the lalul, aixl at out Man.laM I ai.illr Mr.klnra, tnry raiiiM.i be ii- TbaO A .11. 1 tbe onl Una ty wblcb jou rallnl. an I are lully auUUullatol liy the alruu(- rau xrt lliroiibrara Iroiu Clntlonatl tuM. laiula ratteallinuoUla Kur (buirba. tVtl.la. truui. ltronbltl. Ounautiie- - without .arliii( ritra tare In aUJIIIoit lo money lluu and all lHwaaraa vl tbe Throat anJ Luoga, pal I fur Hi art. Fiiriliarta. talia. or anr Intoiinallon, tall ou TUarl Acrntlofrouiieclluff llliea. ITh S3 Dr. Uiiiiii'm -I- N( I'lraae rail at 1M IValnut at, 14 (lrau.1 llul.l, InJl(ratlon.Jaun-iliie- , Pinnlnnalll Wial Fourth at, For UrrrCbm plaint, IrtK-eU- , blllLIII 11(111 (or Ikpul foul of Mlllalrrel. tfeuallpallon, hour Moiuuli anJ all llllloui IHm-mW. II. HIIATTIIC. W W. I'KAIMIIIV, (Irii'l lanatr. (Irn I PaiMnftr A(l MONTICELI.O. KY. 2lUty Tralnt lutein-- . 7 twur quUt.fr tUm lit, aik! mcbantif ci. 2PllfTrilui Ia New Oilrant. N6 thDof 12 Hours g,i!I'fit,u,,,a a"", ,uu.",, Tluieon the !., lnnonn PifrU TlfO lloill Inacbanie of rati Iftll3da Ully far,an. I'M Uaull-fu- CiikIi rup. Umo Dr. (Jaiin'H I.Ivor Cure. Dr. Jiiiiii'm Liniment. Uurua, lliulnnall, LINIMENTS TOR MAN AND BEAST. For morn limn allilnlofnccntnrytho AlavlranSfliatAllir L.llllUlCllliaHlCen known to inllllons nil over tlio vrnrlil Uiu only t'Qle relbinco for tlio relWf o( urcldcnU iiiui linln. It la a inalloluc of lu nlovo prlooniul pmlso Hie itluU. iortveryroiuiofeitcruuljialii Tor Itlieuidtlliid, Nruralela.Hpralna, Mwrllliiga auailfrnal apilrallon Uul Hri.lartand lor luan of J. I). II 1 1.1, I'aaarnfrr Agrut, Uliauon, Ky ITnu KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. r na -- TUB NO.iT DRHIUAIILE IIDUTU 11. For 1'Jlra, llrmorrtioUa, alullar illaraara, Flatula and all 1!h For Dr. Oiiiiii'h I'llo Oliilmviil. Fn-.l- i T- O- Cull, llurna, Ulrrra ami Oil Xorrt, ct Ciamlera' Journal. is n mistake to aupposo that the Arctic winter, in tho higher latitudes, ia a long, dreary ono of opjipie darknoss. llio highest latitude yet reached by man is 811 deg. 20 mill., 20 uc, and thero twimin. light lasts four hours and forty-twutes on Pee. 22, tho shortest day of tho Noi them year. Van will havo to go some !U7 miles further north than ha has yet gone if ho is to reach tho of absolute darkness. Tin region pole itself is in tho dark but seventy, seven days from Nov. 13 to Jan. 2'J. Thero is ft ieiiod of about four days iu tho) car during which tho sun shines on both poles at thu bamo timo. This is duo lo the fact that tho sun is larger thau tho earth, aud that his rays aro bout by tho earth's atmosphere iu such u way oa to converge upon his surface. lnt Vnu Dr. Uuiii.'rt Hidor-.StioOinliilt'iil. xik ror.AU staiiT. It MEXICAN Mnstnmr I.tnlmont U wlllinntnn onual. It liciielmli-i- llrall uml miiaclfi tufl lie very liuue muklntr tlm ooiilliiu-- l unco of pain unit iiilLiiiiinatloii lmpiM I ITHuDr.tJiiiiii'HSIoitiitcli HitlrrM A ltrllakle Tonic. ami curra Ami uVrlilruly the Popular Uoulr, aflurJInL', aa tl tlotw, laa ibanncaaui iuirlor arcoiuuioJatloni to CINCINNATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, ( ali Coiuplalul. lMiraMa. o lliimuii uruuiually tliullnitoi rui. ino jiioxican dlMo. JtM womler-- l mull )atAII Bole proprltlor, Montlrlli, Ky. by uiall will rnrlra piompt llrntlon. w. jc. aliuufarluratl aud (or aala r, All(rr an.l llluul FurlSar, l.ltrr Iljiila, luulgntlon, ilollral MalirUf and all Uy nvr. x., orilrri M-- ll The North, Norlhwoalend Wrat. lu fart. If you lou law plate a liliiluany llmtlou, your lularrat will he Uwtiwrftu by purchasing your tlcketa Tie K. C anJ l.'liiilnoall. 2 Tralua wb way 2; Pull uiau Palaiel araj hlrcaut New liar Coachra, anJ haiulaomtly furulaheJ ltMllnlnx Chair t'era lonu Ibe uuwiualnl ruulpiurnla of tbla DM Itellible, thereby waking a trip orf r thla Hue one el luiu-tlou- a loiulorl aul plraaure. Try It. TIUK TA1II.E. IN MUSTANG IJnlnxnt U jioclol by Bonirbmly Jn I every nouu miy iumi' ihhrvii fnl srultl or hum I tlir MKouy ornii hhImIiiimI. of rliruiiiiitlo nturlvrtt yl nluulio lnr or pxl BturtMl, or a ivca uy Uio uciuini; hottctoi uiu 1 KFJttT No. If. MAY 20. I Mi. No. 4. No. 4. E Bourn. I.re. (inllnluii. Kentucky's Jtouto - roa l'ust LINIMENT which tpcnllly cures mich ailments of tlm ill iian 11,1. it ns WashIngtonrRhilatlelpliiaN.Y. -- Tho ouly line runulnf- - ' Parla. Atr. Ualunloii. life. lilmton .. Art. Wluilirairr " Mt rllrrllua CruthUua.. " one-fourt- " lluulluntou.. Numii. Lie. lluutlnatou.. Aahlaiiil .. Aablaud .. .. flvo-stor- u Til ova nm. " Tho ureat secret of giving advice Micccssfnlly is to mix up with it something that implies u real consciousnes of tho adviser's defects, aud, as much us of tho poosible, an acknowledgment onit bo-lo- other porty'a merits." ' Hermits may have boon very comfortable, but thero is no such thing aa a A St. fiouw clergyman has made tho perfect enjoyment of solitude; tor tha discovery that "when He made ma,u (led more delicious the solitude, tho mora nover contemplated a reporter;" thut ono wants u companion." "tlio conditions through which man All direine mulling from ai intuit puss to meet thu demands of it nervous ilthllitr, mrntal anilely, jourtiulisui were not and functional dcraugtuient of ut the time of creation." Saturday Nluht, self-thuideKrewi-Iouofplrcou-idcr- juilisa, omrHcirii iiiiiacivii, jiiirii miu nrul.li, in, liriliiua nun Niimlua, 1'olmiiionn llllm uml SiliiK't Mlinn, ft, Olil Hurea.tllirra. l'l'oal lllilalllt. cHt, anilo. Nuia Mpplra, I'uU ludccil every form tr cilcruul It licala tvllliout arart. tor tlio 1IUUTI1 1 UIUTION it rmej hpralua, Ntvliiuy, hlin Juhita, Iai,ikJaa-- . Hal liLaa Nurra. lluuf Ilia raw voiiu, Kcali, mat, Foot llol, fitncraacura, i,,uia IIOIIUW Jluril, Kalla, Npavln, Tlinuli, Mliigliout), Film upon Old Hon a, foil the hlulit ami arcry ollirr ulliuaut t lTlilcli llio occiipaiila of lite r JUIile. Mlabla uii.l block J'ho llailrau JHuatunif I.lnliiicnt always cuna anJ uuvnr UburiJliiLU! dls-caa- Hlieiimatlsm, WirellliiK, PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS iKP- . a W p ui 4 lOpui 4 VU p in 6 61 piu lufcoaui ft lu p w II .W a Hi 6 66 p u 7 W pui C IJ p ui s 10 put II II i Ii 63 p w 0 43 u u 1 63 p u 7 30 p ui ..... 1 40 p u a 01 p ul 7 UI p ir II 31 p u 7 41 p ui H IU a iu No. 6. No. 3. No. 3. S 10 u Villain a n ,,. lMpui UJ a in I 21 pui iljpiu DUIT A SOLID TRAIN mux WASHINGTON CITY. i:ll. ynl ,. 7 uu a ui li 40 put pu . 73uaui 2 p in SCOpm a 70 aw 243pui S 40 put Parla. I.oiiImi llle, CiuciiiiiHll uml Iax- Cyiitblaua.. ... S 63 a lu 3 II p w 4 II put 10 OU a lu 4 SO p lu ft 03 put Faluioutb liiKtou, Ky., Atr. Curlmton. II SO a w COupiu fttuput MAYbVILLU U1VI8ION No. Vlii. leiluatijii pui.Arr. Vtaya lil7 6upui No. 10 ' Wajrullla 00 aw. " Imiluitou 9 lOaut Connecting In Mine iltut wllk foal lUu lor No. II " lilujtou Mitatllle t aw " Uitn,ton3 UOIIaui No. li MajriTllle It SJjiui 43pia Atr. lire, ' . fi la p ui 7 Mt.Hterllng 5 20 a ui II Wlntbralrr ... 0 IU a in 12 8 10 pui Oaunui U25aui 23 30 07 63 04 a ui a In p in IU " " lxiliiten.. ... auaitb.poaltlvtly, BEST THE ALL OF The Direct Route to Lynchburg:, Dan villo, Norfolk, LINIMENTS 70S MAN OX x nervous rleui, cured etio-liaJ- is tuliaioaucw State Cupitol building (luouou $1,000,000 ritor. 'unr ftce ailrerlixintnt A McAliatcr j Clrruitu Inrlgo- Tor sals by BIAST, No. 4 runa dally, and haa day roachea from tu Waahlngtou. Pullwaii Meaparato Kana. wha Falla. V. Va. Hlopa ouly at atatluna on K. (,' II, ll.wl.ua llmo la ijlrau. No. a tuna dally littpl Hululay, baa through roachea lolluuilug. No. ruua dally eirept Huu.lay lot wnu Ion (IukIoii ami Islington, No. ft tuna dally 1 and baa lliaul day roaih from Waahlug-toAll Virginia nnd North Carolina Pullwin froui Kanawha Falla aud 1'ointH. parlor rara front Lealngiou I (luduuatl. Ouly Buu-da- y, alupa. Nua. 1 and 3 tun For IkkaCa ami luillwr liifuruialluu, apply la three aud bate througli toathea dally, enrpt froui lluulluguiu jruuriiranat lltkit uUii,ur aJJnaa aud Ut. Httrllng. Ulrwt rouurclluu at Uilugtoii with alagaforIlltbwond,Ky., Ijirauralurg.ty., JAMIM V. HKNKT. aud Veraalllra,Ky. Haul Wralcru Alrul, C UIIIUIWN, l. W 11KNDKU. 310 W. HlllN.,Uul.lir.,Kf. (Iru'l Paaa. A Tkl. AgU Huiwrluleiident. (Irneral oitlrM, tlualnglon, Kr, II. W. FIII.I.KK, '. W.NMaTII, (ltu'1 Mauxar, tlau'l lata'r Ag't. (ltd II MtKINNhV, TrattllDg Fitl.til aui Ulcbuionil, Virginia. Paiaaiigtr Ageul, btlUlorJ, Ky