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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 10, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883071001_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: July 10, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t VOLUME X.-NUMBER Mf- - WuU 510. ? 5 itfefia 10, 1883. mtfrotl NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY lf,8. "If gentlemen will only cxamino The life of Man farm Njlet. Two Miles a Minute. it thoy will find Dulutli not only In Man, liorn of woman, is of ow days Ono of tho best coatings for trco "Yes," said M, Dooflicker, as ho tlio centre of tho map, but in tho and no teeth. And, indeed, it would wounds is gum shellac in alcohol. It drow bis chair out on tho porch to tho W. P. WALTON. editor nnd Proprietor ccnlro of a scries of conccntrio circles bo moro monoy in his pocket somo-time- s effectually excludes tho air and tho family circle, "I had somo wild expe100 miles apart, somo as much ai !, if ho had less of cither. As for wound quickly heals over. riences when I was a locomotive en I'uMlthnt Turmtitv ami rrlitnu; 000 miles in diameter, embracing his days, ho waitolh onothird of them In hrdcr to raiso roses in perfection ginccr. I remember ono night I was aliko in their tremendous sweep tho and as for his teeth, ho has convul- it is needful to feed them well and ordered to tsko a doctor from ChicaS'J.fJO 1M311 ANNUM. fragrant savannahs of the sunlit soJth sions when ho cuts them and as tho placo them In tho full sunlight and go to Mcndola in the quickest possiblo M'lraxiloa'l nn. alampi In payment of aub- - and tho eternal solitudes of snow that last ono comes through, lo, tho dentist not whero thoy will bo shaded bv timo. To mako my ongino lighter I Opora Houso Block, wrl'jnn, Mrrpltn tnii.fhanf, in I tlim of ! manllo tlio Ky., north. How is twisting tho first ono out, and tho trees and shrubs. uncoupled tho tender and left it on it Eomlaall.na tinl oaar thrrn tenia. TX?A TVK.ItH IN- these circles wcro produced is perhaps last end of that man's jaw is worst Thero is no doubt that with good side track. When tho doctor took rt Vail Paper. Win cm, MllftlcRl ono of thoso primordial mysteries that than tho first, being full of porcelain crops ot fruit hero exports of evopora-te- d scat in the fireman's box I throw tho DrtigH, ClicuiloalM, PROCTOR MNOTT. ItooltM, Jilntinrx, IiiNiriimentH, roof-pIattho most skilled palenlngiat will novcr and ii limit to hold black- I'hIiiIm, apples can bo immensely increas- lover down in n corner and gave her lEHTH. nlHlloiicry, ocnci The Neil Coternor ot the State of Ken- - bo iihlo OllH, NnHiH, to explain. Hut tho fact is, tarry seed. Tolmcoo. CiHiIcri, ed. In no country is fruit so scarco steam. Away wo jumped liko a scarlucif. J.auipM, INTfiiniorj', Fire ArniN, Machine. Stono bruises lino his pathway to and dear as in England. ed kangaroo. Tlio doctor's oyes bulg " ACPlllf-HTho democratic caudidalo for gov- Dulutli is pro eminently a central Our Jewelry, Mlrerwaro ami tlptlral (Jooils Department Is In Cliareo of Col point, for I am told by gentlemen who manhood; his father boxes his cars at Ono nf tho best farmers in Maino is ed out iiko a pair nt porcciian door ernor of Kentucky was horn in Lob hocn so recklcsi of their own homo, tho big boys cuff him on tlio Miss Sarah L. Martin, of South Au- knob as we hustled over tho prairio Tims. ItlchanlH, who will Itcimlr Matches ami Clocks l'romptljr ami In the best anon, this Btato, August 2!), 18110. At havo BJ II or8oiial safety as to venturo awoy playground nml tho teacher whips burn. This lady carrios Q a farm toward Riverside. 63 years of ago ho possesses tlio full him in tho school-room- . Ho hiiycth successfully nnd pays much attention " 'What's thntn post?' asked tho vigor of youth, keen judgment, and ft into thoso awful regions whero Dulutli U iuposcd to be, that it is so exactly Northwestern at 110, when ho hath to tho raising of fino stock. doctor, as wo passed something in n power of ridicule which ho hits mndo in tho centre of tho visible-- universo sold short at DO, and his neighbor A practical farmer recommends tho jiffy. hia opponents (col on mom than ono "It was a coal shod ono hundred Iron Mountain nt ClijJ and it growing of two crops of buckwheat in occasion. In 1851 lie was admitted that tho sky conies down nt precisely straightway breakcth down to f2. succession as a means of extermina anil twenty feet long. So you can seo tho samo distanco all around it. to tho bar hi Missouri; was elected to "Sir, I might stand hero for hours Ho riseth early and stlteth up lalo ting wiroworms. They will not eat how fast we wcro going. tbo Icgislaturo in 18511; was appoint" 'What's that funny looking fringo that ho might fill his barns and storo buckwheat and nro starved to death. ITflHlClIANnF ed attorncy-gcucra- l of that Btato, and and expaliato with rapluro upon tho on our left?' asked the doctor. houses, and lol his children's lawyers An old sod will rot mora quickly if olectcl to the tamo oflico in 18C2. Tho gorgeous prospects of Dulutli as de" 'Them's tho telegraph poles,' an divide tho spoils among themselves plowed shallow, provided tho work is following year ho returned to Ken- picted upon this map. But human swered tho fireman, as ho stopped half nml say: "Ha, ha!" Ho growlcth wclldono. Iu tho bottom of a deep tucky and resumed tho prnctico nf law life is too short, and tho tirno of this a minute from shoveling coal, just as II on jo is fur too valuablo, to allow mo mid is soro distressed hecauso it furrow, especially in early spring, tho at his birthplace. In 1800 ho wni s wc zipped through tho at ho hentelli upon hisoreastam sod is too cold to decompose rapidly. elected to tho 10th congreits, and re- to linger longer upon this delightful Aurora. sHycth, "My crop is lost!" because it theme. I think every gentleman Soot is ono of the lcst manures for elected to tho list. Ho served in tho "Well, wo mado Mcndola, without this floor is in well satisfied as I am raiuclli not. Tho lalo rains blight his houso plants and if it can he hail iu a stop, in forty-onJIM, II th, 15th, 10th and 17th con minutes and n that Dulutli H destined to liecomo the wheat and tho frost hilcth In peaches. quantities largo enough, it is excellent half, just two miles to the minuto, gresses, always as u straight be bo that tho tun shiucth, even for out of door use. For tho latter it democrat, hut declined reuomi-natio- commercial metropolis of tho utii If it and I boiled the coffeo in my diuner AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. and that this road should lo among tho nineties, ho sayoth, "Woo is best mixed witli verje, th its bulk pail on tho driving boxes." last year. is mo, for I perish," and if the north nf salt. Hi great speech on "Dulutli ami built at ouco. "What a long armed fireman you A New York farmer declares that "Noverthlcss, sir, it grieves my ve west wind sigheth down iu 12 below, must havo had," put in young tho raging St. Croix" was provoked hecrieth, "Would I wero dcadl" If an acre of Hubbard squash will fatten Dooflicker, as ho looked up by a very ordinary event in tho life ry soul to bo compelled to jay that I can not voto for tho present grant of ho wear sackcloth and bluo jeans men ten more hogs than tho corn that can from the copy of JEwp'a Fables that of a congressman, tho eflortsof a lobbo raised on tho samo ground. He say, "Ho is a tramp," and if ho lay on his lap. byist to induce him to voto for n bill lands provided for in this hill. forth shaven and clad in pnrplo has gathered from six to eight tons "Ah, sir, you can havo no concep"How's that?" asked Dooflicker. to establish and subsidize a town hi Ht. AhuiiIs lino linen all tho pcoplo cry, from an acre. which tho petitioner was interested. tion of tho poignancy of my anguish and "Why, lo shovel coal in Aurora Nearly 200,000 more hogs havo that I am deprived of that blessed "Shoot tho dude!" from a tender that stood on a sido mo applicant lor congressional re Ho carryeth iasuranco for 25 years, been packed in Chigago this season, track in Chicago." cognition called upon Proctor Knott privilege! There aro two inaupcrablo Dnlrei to call attention to the Urge an J Comprehenal? Block of ho hath paid thrico over all his up to the present time, than a year i Dooflicker went in tho house. lato at iTight, without even tho for- obstacles in tho way. In tho first until goods and then ho lcttcth his policy ago. Kansas City is fast gaining on GroccrleH, Confectioneries, Tobnoco, CIbiii-h- , S.c Chicago Herald. mality ot an introduction. Tho con- place my constituents, for whom I am Chigago in tho number of hogs packWhich ho kNj aliraj. on h.nj. Mikes a iIalljr gressman licgged time, to consider tho acting hero, have- no moro interest in lapso ono day and that same night firo A girl of 17, arrested in Chicago for flooda dellrr red wltliln town limit free ortharge. ol H.nJIIng OooJt at Wholoulo on Snull 1'roSU. this road than they havo in tho great dNtrnyelli his storo. He buildcth ed and already stands second. matU-r.hu- t tho seakcr pro tern would Cahbago and other plants intended wearing a man's dress, explained that him n houso in Jersey and his firstnot bo denied, ami pushing his way in, question of culinary tssto, now, she merely changed garments so as to ) born is devoured by mosquitoes; he for the garden should bo transplanted agitating the public mint! of ? produced a map in which tho get a living easier. For three years Dominica, as to whether the illustri pilchcth his lent iu New York and onco and their leaves shortened before seemed to havo a vested inbeing finally set out. This makes sho had been employed on lako boats terest in tho prosperity of Dulutli. A oils commissioners who recently left tramps devour his substauce. Ho them stocky. A second removal does as steward, watchman or cook, lived pin-be- ad would cover New York, a this capital for their free and enlight- moveth to Kausas and a cyclone carroughly without being suspected and notinjuro them. nccdlo-poi- nt would hido Uoston or ened republic would bo better fricas ryeth his houso awny over into Missou(Jorn for fodder may Lo sown, or was only detected by an accident at Philadelphia, while Chicago, Cincin- seed, boiled or roasted; and in the ri, whilo u prairio firo and 10,000,- rather drilled, until tho 1st of July. lost. Shs said: "By working on the nati, St. Louis and San Francisco second place these lands, which I am 000 acres of grasshoppers fight for his is a go sd plan to select an early boats in men's clothiug I can earn palod their diminished (Ires beforo tbo asked to give away, alas, aro not crop. Hosettlcth himself in Ken- It Nice lot of Horses and Fino Turnouts. sweet variety tho Minnesota Early is 81.75 a day without extra work. If Rates rca- future (on paper) of Dulutli. Struct miuo to bestow! My relation to them tucky and is shot next day by a genI wore woman's clothes I would not be V SOII11IMO. is simply that of trustee to an express tleman, a colonel nnd a statesman, as good as any. Drill in doublo rows by the originality of tho idea, Proc1 culti- allowed to do tho work and would wido enough apart to allow the tor Knott said ho would advocate tho trust. Ami, should I ever betray "been U80, sab, ho resembles, sab, a to wash pots. I know probably havo that trust? Never, sirl llsther per- man, sah, ho did not like, eah." Ver- vator to pass through. bill, and ho did tho very next day. I havo violated the law and may go Is ish Duluth! Perish tho paragon ol ily, thero is no rest for the sole of his THE PltEDlCAMENT OF A MOHAWK Promising his remarks by saying wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in to the work-housfor a long time,but, loot, nnd if ho hod it to do over ogam, Youth. A tall young man went to tell that neither his constituents nor him- citiest Kither let tho freezing you tho truth, I'd rather mako of tho bleak northwest bury it ho would not bo born at all, for "tho bathing in tho Mohawk river at Scheself could bo benefited by the passago brick in the penitentiary than bend And can supply it in any quantity. of the bill a particlo moro than they forever beneath tho eddying Bands of day of death is better than tho day of nectady last Sunday with several oth over tho wnshtub." birth-- " Robt. J. Uurdetto in Phila- er Sabbath-breake- rs, in spite of pre could bo by a project to cultivate an tho raging St, Croix." A. A Defense op TnE Lash. To It is almost needless to add that tho delphia Times. vious protests against their selection orange grovo on tho bleakest sumthoso who say that society has no placo for their of such a conspicuous Shoes of a New Sort. mit of Greenland's icy mountains, iech from which tho above extracts About one hundred prisoners iu tho ablutions. Whilo they were in tho right to lay tho lash upon the back of said in tho course- of his argu- aro mado killed tho bill, but it made ho Proctor Kuott famous, and his ad Maryland penitentiary aro engaged in water a Mr. Van Voost appeared up the burglar or garotter, there is n reament: dress was read irom lhflin's bay to tho manufacture of merino shoes. Tho on the bank and carried oil an armful dy answer. If tho armed rough as"Years ago, when I first heard that sault a muscular humanitarian tho there was somowhero in the vast in- the Gulf, from Quebec to San Fran merino shoes are made of coarse wool of their clothing. All of the bathers, muscular humanitarian would not on-- ATcognita, somowhero in tho bleak re- cisco. His humor was relished and from South America. It is put thro' however, had enough apparel left to ly hit at him and maul him badly in gions of the great northwest, a stream applauded throughout the length and tho usual processes of cleaning and go home without undue exposure, self defense, but he would hold ho had of water known to tho nomadio in- breadth nf tho continent, oxcept, per carding at tho penitentiary, and is except the very tall young man, haps, in tho city cf Duluth, and by then steamed, hardened and mado in- wliose only romainiug raiment was a u perfect right to thrash his assailant. habitants of tho neighborhood as tho Surely society has tho samo right if river St. Croix, I liecamo satisfied that tho man who woko up a Kentucky to n tough, pliable cloth, about twice collar and a pair of shoes. But as luck attacked; and quite as much as the in tho construction ot n railroad from congressman nt night to show him a tho thickness of ordinary shoo leather, would have it ho found near tho river map. barrel, out ot which ho dividual it is attacked when a burglar and in general appearanco not unlike an empty I'OIC that raging torrent to aomo jwint in That he will bo tho next governor tho uppers iu arctic overshoes. The knocked tho heads and into which he shoots his pursuer or behaves like a tho civilized world was essential to tho Now York of Kentucky may also bo regarded as soles aro mado in the samo cannibal to a constable. way, of tho stepped and thus apparaled ho made happiness and prosperity of tho AmerHour. a foregono conclusion. samo material, but aro harder and his way home across the fields, painican people, if uot absolutely Tho time may be delayed, tho man Virtues of tht Marriage Stone. heavier. Tho shoos aro not impervi- fully holding up tho barrel as he walkto tho perpetuity of repubed, but dropping and sinking into it ncr may be unexpected, but sooner or Spain, liko Ireland, has her "mar-riag- ous to water, but aro intended for uso lican institutions on this continent. to somo form or other, tho an t stono," tho virtues of which aro principally in tho dry, cold climates whenover any ono appeared iu sight. later, equally remarkable, for any single of tho north. It is stated that no Beforo ho had reached the paterual swer is sure to come. JNot a tear ot Such as Oliver Plows, Meikle and Avery Double Shovel, and "At what particular point on that the Brinkley sacred sorrow, not a breath of holy Turning and Single and Doublo Shovel and nohlo stream such railroad should lo person, malo or femalo, who touches matter how low tho tomperaturo tho mansion half the doga in town had de e Harrow combined. No farmer should oe without it. tected his predicament and united to desiro, poured out in prayer to God, commenced I knew was immaterial, it is absolutely auro to be married feet will never get cold when incased Buffalo Ex. will over he lost; but in God's own and it scorns so to havo been consul-ero- within a twelvo month. I ho stono in thoso shoes. Tho shoes nro shinned form a howling escort. time and way it will bo wafted back forms part of tho masonry of tho col- principally to tho north and northby tho draughtsman of this bill. A married man in Rochester, accorngaiu in clouds of mercy, and fall in It might lo up at tho spring, or down lege Sacra Monto, Grenada. About west, whero they are usod in tho lum- ding to the l'ost of that city, took a showers of blessing on you and thoso at tho foot-lo- g, or twelvo months ago two young ladies ber camps. riialtimoro Sun. or tho wator-gat-e, young lady to tho theatre ono night, for whom you pray. Prof. W. 8. fuh-daat tho or nnywhero along paid a visit to tho old Moorish capital Jovc'h Tiiu.nii:iu!Oi.ts Unneu and after tho 1st act excused himself Tyler. and wcro shown over tho collego by Giioumi. During a heavy storm a for a moment as ho wauled to go out tho bank, no matter where. Hut in An Ohio farmer says that repeated what direction it should run, or where ono of tho resident clergy, who ac(cd wcok ago, whilo tho guides wcro show to seo a man. He didn't come hack. experiment and long observation havo it should terminato, wcro always, to as cicerone, and who ticated tho fair ing a largo party through tho Luray Instead of seeing a man he saw a wosatisfied him that flat culturo of pota And tho Best Pumu iu Tlio Market, tho Muyilolil my mind, questions of tho most pain- visitors with unusual deferenco and Caverns, in Virginia, tho lightning man. It was his wife, waiting for toes not only requires less labor than When thoy camo to tho struck ono ot the electric- light wires him at tho door. respect. ful perplexity. I could conccivo ot Elevator. hilliuL', but produces heavier crops ot nowhero on God's green earth, in such "marriugo stone" tho padro smilingly and was carried into tho caves, whilo young lady, Rich- of equally good quality, and this Tho unrivalod Jowol Rango Cook Stovos, StopStovos, Tin-war- o, The tight-lacinstraightened circumstances for rail- oxplaiued tho peculiar powers with it rail over tho wires from ono cud to Bird Oagos, Barbod and Annealod Wiro, ard A. Prcctor thinks, is, after all, whether the season be wet or dry. road facilities as to ho likely to desire which popular superstition credited it. tho other. Tho electric light globes "tho fit It was "Darling Georgo" when u lime, Salt, Cement, partner for tho malo ot her Plaster Paris, &o. A general stock of Groceries, or willing to accept such a connection, "Touch it," said ono of tho ladies to wero shivered into fragments and tho kiud. Pinched waists and shallow bridal couplo left Omaha; it was "Dear Wooden, China and Glassware, her sister, who laughed incredulously, lightning gathered into big balls along George" at Chicago; at Detroit it was until I accidentally overheard somo brain paus should marry and inter- "Ueorge," and when they reached gentlemen the other day mention tho hut followed tho ad vico nouo tho less tho wiro uud exploded with loud marry till waists contract uud brains Niagara Falls it was "Say you 1" touching tlio stono uot onco, but namo of 'Dulutli.' Tho sceue for several moments grow shallower to the vanishing Bod laud plowed now and planted "Dulutli! The namo fell upon my twico or thrico. Tho two young la was terific hoyond description. The point." with turnips will be excellent for corn dies wero tho Spanish Infants Dona lightning flushing along tho wires oar with a peculiar and iudesciibablo Four years ago tho quarry in Row- next year, as tho sod will bo well charm, like tho gentle murmur of a Isabella and Dona Paz, and tho latter looked liko fiery serpents. Ono bolt an county, from which tho stone for rotted. low fountain stealing torlh in tho it was who touched tho stono. Sho shot from tho wiro and scattered tho piles t piLesrpiLesi is beiug tho Loxington Court-housmidst ot water; tho soft accents of did soon marry on April 3, 1882, and stalactites of tho bridal chambers. . taken, was olibrod for sale for 8700, Drmliiu'n Air Vlurorery fur an angel's whisper in tho bright, joy- sho was married to Princo Louis of When it disappeared somo of the par- Now 850,000 wouldn't buy it. A l'llrm it a rallnl iIiuk from tba olJ rruittlln H.ivarin on April 2d of the present ty wero left in total darkness. hrrtuforlu uu. Tha DlKoturj la tlia rnult of ous dream of sleeping innocence." railroad has been built by it in tho in- jeariufpatlcutKlcullSciluiljr tiM Inirallgatlon After relating his tribulations in year. American. a into tn chariclrr uflbla paluful Jlxaui. terim tho Chesapeako it Ohio. you ul III great utrll, rail on IVuujr d looking upou every existing map for Tho ravages of thocholera iu Kgypt That imagination may prove fatal W. M. WtWr, Ml. Vernon, l'Ai'BU STOCKiNaa. Paper pulp the posit km of Duluth, and lament-lo- cause more or less anxiety in this receives fresh proof from tho caso reauj ncl t aauila tut fret ol iiiir,. strengthened with cotton or wooleu fitho ignorauce of tho topographers country. Will it visit us? Tho prob ported in the Medical April 25, bres is uow used to make a ticat and . T. Murrlaoa, ul Worlhlugtoa, In J., iji oni who hod omitted it from their sur- ability is that it will. It comes at 1883, by Dr. 0. K. Francis. Tho pa. sufficiently durablo stockiug, costing botlU ol Urowu'a Kiwctorint woikJ llkcackarut ofltaweuJeifulcu- In hia fjinlljr. Ilalaroutliu-aveys, ho added. "Yos, sir; had it uot intervals of sixteen or seventeen yenrs. ticut, awakened from bis sleep by Commercial College of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. laundry-ing- a rallrs iualltl a. Kor aU b; I'.onjr A UcAIUItr, been (or this map, kindly furnished Its first visitation in this country was something crawling over his naked legs, much less than tho Price of TvXIjIjITII. H- - DiTTfTvar Imnpflrvi-oTHlaufucJ, au4 W. M. WtWr, Jit. Vvuun stockpair of cotton or wooleu Btudmtt rtctivtJ any wttk day of the year. Bummer uutn mo by the Icgislaturo of Minnesota, I iu 1832; it returned iu 1848, uud immediately jumped to the conclusion uouioih for rtceirinj ttudentt. Thtrt la Lu ufnlj Iu alluvlug a cuuf h, liorcr ings Kcguhr Fall Session, Sept. 10, 1883. 2ftSLJ'A,!.S;!LrcX,W might have gono down to my obscure ugaiu iu I860. It was iu each in- that it was cobra, went into a state of allf nt, lo roullnu Ku or t can Ml tha rough that uiar iof Jaugroui Uruwu'a fc'iwcloiul and humble gravo in an agony of stance communicated by Kuglhth ves- collapse nnd died, though it was dis- On of mir bU citixtiH would ay to the rraJIcataauj cuughoriolJrxrtunltatUil. will Aak public tint he lis tried JUM'a CaUrrhCurs TaWa.fl. tullui( To., ala. ll.rf, al hu4U a1 rk zitiT. ??". i2'M I'."?, ".'.t-- ?',, despair because I could nowhere find sels. Iu 1832 it first appeared at covered, eveu before death, that the ml It U all tint i claimed fur it. I'rlca your drufiflat lor tblt auj tike uu other. 1'vr Ml ... t.u ft.. f aiu.a Wb,jH .r. ktor 0.7 hrlVouj AUcAlbl.r. HuuforJ, auj W U. Wc M.ua l,w, u tfcv.MHro.1 I...UU, ,7?.iiLi . iJttlv. f ii.Jj hci mi1, i,um ii ItZfetuuuutl UuiiWil Duluth. supposed cobra was a harmless lizard. 7Gc per bottle, at I'euur A McAIUltr'e. i.iu ii. Quebec. Ur, ill, Vernoo. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Stanford, -- nd o H. G. RUPLEY, 1'AlXOlt, rain-cthnn- d Stanford, Kentucky, shop-yard- ii-- Groceries, Provisions, &c n one-ten- The-ophil- go-et- h H. C. BRIGHT. Itloclt, per-hap- i, whole-countr- smm9 mm SITIAIBILIEI! -D-TID If? HARNESS SHOP. POOTB COAL! o i$0f3 o T. NlWJtfraXKlT, Stanford. Ky. HEADQUARTERS -- W. H. HIGGINS J Horse Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, Shelf Hardware, Iron, Spokes, indis-pcnsabl- o u t Farming Implements, one-hors- d Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking Valley Corn Shelters, m, Evans' Corn Drills, Hand Corn Planters, g o !-- ng- Office does all kinds of Job Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. The Interior Journal Steam Printi- STEAM PRINTING! Dal-timo- w. P, Walton, Prop'r. Toron-Tiur- g J"r, !. ' ing Hi cm just the other war This Is a all felt that that wai better than the other - The protracted meeting rlosnl Thnni. treachery known only to old travelers ami thing Pralso the LORD, who brought all day night with 12 additions lo the church. in tho green onei pay the penalty of Incxi. abotitJbojer thsnws expected. I hope to The following- statement show that slay till tho but day in tho'uftcrntxto rlrneelir jinrneylng bickVards If the car give yon good news In my next of a blessed the Citizens National Hank of lhs place Is and that a majority of tho Kentucky rtages are full A dear old lady, whom wsrk In'Hastlng going on la power business: Regan busi doing a delegation nro for him. This latter may heaven Men for it, finding that it This is a watering place and a great ness Feb. 20, 1HS3; gross earnings to 6th of Taesiky Morning July 10, 1883 statement is not true, clso all former sickened Marie to ride backwards, most vorite with the quieter sort of July (I months) $.t,00.02, disposed of as EDITOR I tinicmcnti concerning their nrcferences W. P. WAt TON. kindly Inslsleil on changing reals with her. though not s fashionable as Itrlghton and followsI'alil current expenses (including nro falsehood. In fact, it is said that Hut for her courtesy our journav would other place. It Is a very ancient place, a all expenses of organization) $1,219 It; been quite uncomfortable. As It was, most know, who are intimate with English pibl taxes U.S. $30 17; carried to surplus It KM0VKA TMU TECH KT. Phil Thompson is tho only ono of tho have we enjoyed Ihe 70 miles run to Hastings history, nnd Die place where William the fund f 1C0 07; leaves profit and bos in Ibis FOR GOVKKXOSJ, delegation for him, and ho could hard- greilly. VV oima down by the Conqilerer Isnded and near which Hsrold, dale $1,1102 7 nos. J phoctop. ksott. ly be otherwise, sinco to Blackburn ho Of Marion. Now that lbs rlty council nf Nsshville Hillway nnd ran through Invetv Isst of the Hiion monarchs, fell, ninst be Ihrllllngly Interesting In the linv-el- u has granted th (Irern Ulversnd Nashville owes most that ho is as to standing in Kent about Inlf way and cqnilly beautiful ran SaPT. JAMES II, lllSPMAS, and student The old olle, whose Rill Road On the light nf entering the tho Ilnuso mid his cscspo from tho Simex the rest. Ilerkshfrr was like Hour-lin- n Of A.lslr. at its best. Kent and Sussex n dot picturesque ruins crown the summit of the eilybywsyofa pirk nn river front, Ihe Stato prison. Tho interviewer closes tliM. KentucLians will know that highest of the frowning clilT of this part of Lancaler people may besillsfied Hist nt run iiroRKiT nicsjKiiU with tho insinuation that if Blackburn above P. IP. 1IAP.V1S, there ia nothing neuer Paradise nn earth. the Kngll-d- roast, is so ancient that no one n verr early day they will bsvn direct on- can not l elected ho will throw his in- - A brief run from Lindon brought us to knows its beginning. OfHrrm. An engineer nf the It may bavo been n iicrlion to Nashville lluenco for Itamlnll, provided ho will Chitclhtirst, where tho Kmpress Kugenie Roman fort, ns many thtnk, and certainly Huntington System is expected In be In ro AimiTon, FA YKTTIS IMWRTT, mako him Chairman of tho Appropri has her pilaceyet. Tho hop fields of Kent wns there before William' time, whe only this section some tlinn this month lo make Oflt.r.lln, In other words, ho were the most noticeable agricultural fea- enlarged nnd strengthened It by digging a surf eyn of various routes from this plsce lo ation Commiltco. FOB TSK1SURXK, will sell out to tho protectionists rather ture. The vine runs up a pole nbotit the wide and deep moat In rear of the citadel, Nashville O le roulo Is via Danville, an JAMXS IP. TATK, Of Franklin. than eeo n true, democrat nnd n broth- size we use at home for Lima beans. At which still remains nnd In which I stood other is by Ihe way nf Stanford Jnnriiin present they are nearly to the lop. The only this morning. A place of prodigious Nsshville' prooition is that the r nil bo rot mtnirrKRor land orrtrit, er Kcntuckiati elected. Tho way tho poles aro very firmly and uniformly strength in those times, though now nrtil-ler- built In two years JOIS (I. CX7, raco stands now Itantlnll is as euro to stuck in the ground nnd tho rows aro as nn the adjacent hill could soon knock There has been n slight inTesllKAtlon orrik. Ira elected as tho day conies. perfectly straight as tho very best arranged things to pieces The Female was shaved by the lneorornlorsiiflhe(lrrsrd fOS IlintHIMTRKDRNt rtinuo IHSTRCCTIOK, o smooth, to make It jos. vr.airA fickrtt, vineyard. Nothing untidy, hut nil imprrgnablo, and still College ns In Ihe amount nf money pi.id by Woman is just loo awfully lovely in or r.jriio. and beautiful. The farms aro all remain with the ancient s iiwn the cltiztn of Garrard county lo oilier newly laundricd wamsutla and lawn, equipped with hop barn, b.iving two IU One m STATIC SKNATK, EI(1IITITII nUTSKT, with perfect arch, nnJ counties and Slates for the education nf maj. when fresh from closo communion i. masnr, circular lower with conical two lrul.cn lowers, ono with winding atone herdanghlers The result was that for the or caT. with toilet soap and n crystal watery lop running up to a good dNtanco in the steps in It, are the noticeable remalna of all lost ten yrars there have been nt least lliir rot RIME3CIITATIVR MKrOt-- COCKTT, that former grandeur and might. In one ly girls sent from the county each year to bath. Slio has tho ripe poach fra air and furnished with an JUDOK T. P. JI1I.L, JR. aw i grancoof paradiso and tho breath of ventilating apparatus at tho very apex of the bastions, the gardener, who cares for other place at an estimated rost nf S0O Thcro aro for drying the crop. rycar, making annggregateautounl the handsome grounds within the bounds each The &)merrt Reporter wants to the capo jasmine of tho tropical cm Arriving at (Tastings promptly at R o'c , ot the castle, resides, and bis wife sells of 19,000 per year, which is a clear and full When a fellow passes to tho wo found our lodginga without difficulty, photogrJphicview know "What bas Ingersoll douo that pyreau. and takes three penes drain on the county and ought lo be kept brother Walton's Pink Cotlago lovely winilwanlot a lovely woman who is and were won comfortably acquaint! with loll from each visitor. They have fixed at home for the Improvement nnd advanreligious sentiments should bubble filling tho air with sweetness aud puri our new quarters. A note from our J list- up two neat rooms, run a chimney up the tage of our own county A very nlee.eool, out with: "Iiigertoll ia not dead, the ty as sho trips gracefully along, he ings, correspondent awaited us and in ten ancient wall and horror of horrors a calculating man said on the report of Ihe minutes we were acroM the narrow street ckimney-o- t rears itsaudaclous head above Investigation thai llicr mlgbt islimale the more the pity." Tho Interior Joun delicately snills the air for an hour, as to let with her meeting also a Iter. Mr the creeping ivy I And thus this medieval cost nt $.100, but his experience was tint It docs not wish n man dead, bo if ho had gotten a snatch of heavenly NAT, r yrar for his Dwc, clergyman of the Church of Eng ruin supports this modem monster of utili- - cost him right at $C00 cause ho docs not believe in Faith perfcitno and was trying to woo anoth- land, and missionary to the portion of tho ly nr.ii iigiines., aim tiio oltl and young daughter. Another said that he had tried cure, lovely "Pink Cottngo" yarns er whiff over tho celestial battlements. city where we nie to labor. centuries grimly shake hands nrer it nil, I wo for four years nnd got a lillli- - reduction The Hall where the meetings arc held Is and smile together over the folly of man, because of the number he senl, and he paid spun by superstitious children, does God bless tho good women. If there , In I lio 21 story of tho Fisherman's Insti- who thinks his work is In endure I should $1,000 each year and did nut count a gaud jty-10 Inteimor Journal never were nono on earth, bald headed mon building nnd Iinlds about "00 pentde, hav enjoyed taking onpof the old Norman many Utile iuridenlals. took auy real stock in tho Faith Cure and liabicn would bo awfully scarce tute when packed. I soon dicovered Hint It sling stones, preserved in a glass case lie. Paint Lick. business, but as it appeared to do at and courting would loso more than was n temiwranre movement and laving fore Ihe gardener's door, and having "t -P- aint Lkk stilt Improving. Mr A II. Dr. Woods. least n temporary good and was ope- halt its flavor. not to kick in trans, but shy"al tbenbominnble chimney-pot- , learned at last Just Ely Is preparing lo build a rrsideneo on "l am put, I rated by good people, wo did not feel for William the Conquerer's memory's Depot street. If tho skiu of tho head bo kept in work tho best I can any where called upon to denounce it merely bo a healthy state, contends Professor drifted with the current of expectation, sake. Hastings and St. Leonnrd's-on-lh- e The more trains we have the h null causo wo didn't believe iu it. Wc al Kcclam, the hair will not fall off. To trusting the LOUD to bring it nil right nnd Sea are really ono city, stretching for we get. Tiik iNTrniiiit Journal does not give mc a go.'pel hearing. A choir of "0 mile along Ihe picturesque coast,- - though male-itappearance here now lill the day ways spoke of tho cures as alleged keep it healthy, tho head covering or 30 lingers, led by a brother with his ba and gavo tho patient's own words as to should be light and poms, tho head ton, (all regular, impaling, cut ofT my having different corporations. Together after It ia issued. they have 00,000 inhabitants, I am told, in Will Warren, Jr . has invented a pather cure. Wo think that Bob Inger-soi- l clean by washings with water, and the darling from her part in the meeting, oc- the season. We aro not I n tho fashionable ent fly hush, nnd If ho had it patented and would be better dead than alivo hair cut short. Tho nostrums vended cupying every available inch of the narrow quarter at all, but in Iho ancient Danish ready for the market be would make a forfor ' ho is doing moro than any one as hair restorers, and on which a fab stage and barricading the harmonium In settlement, nestled between two frowning tune, as Hit are worse now than ll.ey bare man to tako away tho hope of the ulous amount of money is wasted by the rear. Then the customary horror of clifl Willi the town climbing the sidex of been since they visited Egypt. Uncle Itilly Warren, one of our livery christian without ottering something tho ignorant for the benefit of quacks, clapping and stamping were in loll blast, both and such queer narrow strtcts, zig the good people "going ofTat half cock" on xigging up the steeps, paved nicely, clean men, thinks that Ihe change in Ihe railroad better than tho liiblo promises in its he denounces as worso than useless. the very a mall eat provocation and cheering enough, but so quaint and tortuous, thai will be a disadvantage to Ibe livery busistead. Do you catch on brother J. C. Cleanliness and cold water are tho at a horrible rate. A long table covcied the like I have never seen before. ness. Drummers can come on rne train, and Bister Lana Owen ? solo trustworthy specifics; but when with pledges and blue ribbons raised "great The beach is fine for bathing all day get through with their business nnd leave in that direction; and to long and for miles handsomely paved along on the next. seems that you can't beat any onco the hair roots aro destroyed, not expectation" crown all, an elaborate minute was thrust the furnishing a matchless prom Mr. A. H. Ely Is ahead of every body thing into Billy O'Bradley'd head, or all tho oil of Macassar, tho war's into my band, giving such an exact pro- enade. About the centre of the twocities-ln-one- , In the peach lino. He ha a peach thai perhaps ho is engaged by tho demo greaso of Siberia, nor the cantbarides gramme of every thing, all to be arranged a noble pier is carried out several has stumped the world. It is the eailitsl cratic State Central Committee. Last of Spain will woo back tho vauished by hell lapping, that I fairly shivered with hundred yards into the sea, with elegant plumb peach known. He pullet the first the chill of the frigid arrangement. When pavilion at its terminus, where thousands ripe one on the ISth and ft it a large red year he made a number of speeches locks. and wo believe increased the demo-crati- c The Now York Sun demands tho my 'eet lime" to speak came, I Oral of all, may lounge, enjoying delightful music and one, well flavored. Several nurserymen majority in every county bo repeal of the Internal Kavenuo system in a good humored, but very decided way, inhaling the pure sea air, while feasting have examined il, but Ihey can't Hod out begged the guod people instead ot applaudspoko, in Barren especially, rnnning and its arguments aro well timed and ing what I said to respond audibly, "amen" the eyea upon a double view of sea alive where it originated with crafi and shore swarming with the it up to 1,250. Yet notwithstanding almost unanswerable. The system was or "IVaiso the LORD," which ever they busy traffic of many thousands, and lined LtXCA8Tt.lt allTHtTISllllKXTS. all' this ho is speaking around again, devised to raiso funds to prosecute the prefered. This suggestion was leceived with beautiful hotels and shops, while B. P. WALTElt. and has a list of appointments lasting war which closed eighteen years ago. grimly by some, with a pleasant smile by above, the skies are never darkened by a almost to the day of election. Go in It will never bo abolished so long as others. Then asking the dear LORD to London smoke, but bright and beautiful in LANCASTER, K.X. Office orcr Clllsena Nslloiul Unk. Offir hoars Billy, wo are for you, so long as you tho republican party can prevent it. speak through me and sing through Marie fair weather. Hundreds of bathing-house- s called on her for a solo. I thought I had on wheels of great circumference, untired, frout t to It A. u snj from I to 3 r n I can add to the democratic majority. The army of men to whom it gives better face the music question at once and but strong, are drawn into the surf by a BAM M. UUHDETT, bo aiding in that di office must be retained, elao tho lease let all know what 1 wished and expected You seem to ATTOHN 13 V At LA W, stout boise, a short ladder let down to seaLANCASTER, KV rection fully as roucn as when you ot republican power will end. There wal a lot of squeezing and shifting, ward, a tope swung loone to catch at if Will irartleiln Usrrsr.1 an I adjoining count! but al last she got to Iho harmonium and needed by the timid, and the bather is left andCouitof Aala. were a red hot democrat, so intensely Another town marshal is number- the LORD gave her (tower in singing an to disport himself at pleasure in "the bri partisan, that "it you thought a sin II. O. KAUPFMAN, ed among the killed. Mr. Ileusley, appropriate song, lie gave me liberty al ny," all fcr 9 pence. Nurse bring chilA-- t LAW, gle drop of radical blood flowed in who held that position in Greensburg, so and there was very little dispoflitlon to dren down for constitutional dips, much to LANCASTER, KV. your veins, you'd pierce it and let it applaud, but in its place a deep seriousness the disgust of some of tho yelling little Muter ConimlMloner damn) I Ireiill (burl. W attempted to arrest James Owen, when prullra In all Hi CouiU or llsrraM anil adjoining run out." au indiscriminate firing commenced, sat upon most faces. When I was about one. One can eee the little wretches exe- eouDtln and In tbo Court or Annals. When Slate Senator in 18CG, Col. killing him and mortally wounding half through my thirty minutes, a gentle cuting insane dances in Iho shallow water, Morrow little thought that ho would man with rosy face, pleasant smile and hopping up nnd down lile"a bear upon hot ono of his posse, Ben Bagby. of bald head entered the room and was greet pla'cs" and once and again howling In voover have to beg for his vote, the AfP. M. Gkni:ual Gresham has de- ed with stunning applause. This was the ciferous misery. Some of the stronger enrican whom ho was unalterablo op. Nullee Is liert-lpopular Episcopal rector of St, Paul', in liko all things JohnK West, J V itlfeii thatII ths underilftirtl. poseu to enfranchising, liiuk, M. Toiulliuuo, Julin ilia main nied tho uso of tho mail to tho lottery Hastings, who ia a great temperance advo joy It, though k, Win II Klnnalril.J r. MnJIfer. II of enrlii, is a mixed thing, enjoyable or hopo now to keep him from being companies and now if ho will investi cate and greatly beloved by this dsjr II. C Herring ana II. M. ilunleit, lu richall, an he n one ia able lo bear it. lovriraleil tliriutelrrs. uuJer (.'kanler fifior Ihr goto tho careless manner in which tho ly deserves to be, I doubt not. I had no not, Taylored ia the support of theeo Wc are all down here. Marie and I (leneral tltaliitM, unjer I lis torrsla stylo of inrir priiifinai Africans who constituto much newspapers aro handled by bis employ chance to draw the goiqiil net, for the rec- came alone, but felt such dire compunc- "iiiei'nrrsrii reuiaio plareoMiutftieMls Lancaster, Kj ,anil the naturo the larger part of the Kentucky re- ees, bo will deserve tho thanks of a tor was to follow mo nnd pledge signing tions of conscience in thinking of the rest orilie Uiulniws Is tho establishment anil fituslrs. Cullejca fur tho rilacatloii of was on every Iwdy'ii mind. The good cler in smoky London while we were in this 1 lis amount or rspltal stork Is ons hundred thouspublicans. This is tho resolution of- long sufiering public. prlillma lo lnrnK) dollars (IIOO.ISHI) gyman made a very effective liltlu ruldrcm 1'jradiiie of beauty, that we straightway and amount, tuba jutd villi In uhiu suih terms and In the fered by Col. Morrow at Frankfort, No moro Beecher sermons in tho C a follows: suili tnstillioentt as Ihe Hoard of Trustees msjr mae'e arrangements and had Ihe whole prescribe, alter 0 dajt' nolle and alter IG.0UI Jan. 22, 18CC: till after tho IbI of October. Praiao "My friends, it is too l.ate to speak at family down by Tuesday night. And now ahsll have boen subncrlUid 1 he corporation thlt ilajr (June 111, It&l) aud shall continue G. Resolved, Thai the Congress of tho L'ird. Tho old cuss is oil on his length. AU I have to say is embodied iu we have been rambling together 23 yesrs. Hi aftjlra of the corporation Ira to ba lonJuctod by nine Trustees, b be slrcled annu1ms no power, under regular summer jaunt t!te United Stales a anecdote. A oor fellow,up and gaining fresh vigor for mu:h work ally by the shareholders on Ihe i.l Wnlnfad'y Iu for some crime or other, but without mon- ahead. Praise the LOUD Ever in Jesus, Juuseaehyear sfler Ihe year HU Ihe ncorra-torstothe second section of the thirteenth rutin until III 2d Wednesday In June, lost lhelloardof TriKteeiihsll rlrct amendment to tins Constitution of the BEYOND THE QCEMVS WAVE ey or counsel, had one appointed by the Or.O (). llAKNfS. a President, feerelsry and a Treasurer. court. The judge asked one-o- f the memUnited Stales, to pass any law granting This eoKirsllan shall not si any I line tubjet llaelfln sarealer Indebtedness Iban the sum ut 'fII13 TOUU" bers of tho bir if he would undertake the tiic right of suffrage in the States to per15,00). aud tho prlvsleproirrly of the tlockhuld- oiks. On receiving an aflirmativo answer, ers sni incorMjriiira it io ne ani ia exempted 1 Ciiokt Place, 1 sons of African descent, and tltat ire arc from corporate debts. Tills 101 li diy of June, I8. the judge told Iilm he bad belter reliro to Hastiww, Sussex, Junk 12Ui,'8.1 i DEPARTMENT. JOHN K WIMT, JOHN II WOODCOCK, opjMted to granting suffrage to persons Ikdr JiUerior: the next roam, confer with hi client and It. II.TOMIINWIN, J V. COOK. . WM II. KINNAIltU, J 1' HANDII'EI!, V12fc.'J'. The scene of tliti jianoramic evangel advise him for hi best Interests In the of thai class by Ute Stale. ii. u. nuitiiKrr. ii. c iiEititiM), shifts onca morn. I look out from our premise. Lawyer and client then went LANCASTER. . The Breckenridge News says there sitting-roowindow tinon a sea as quiet a out together and in a few minutei the barSpencer Hubble, of Lincoln, sold to are grave doubts about Capt. Sam a just now, for the wind Ima tone rister returned alone, 'Whero is the pris parties in Shelby vllle a pair of broke mare Boone's republicanism lasting till the don with the Finking ami anil the gentle oner, sir r asked Hie ludge. 'lour honor mules about 0 years old for 100. August eloction. Wo rather believe well of old ocean' normal respiration ia ordered me lo counsel my client to my bet The contract for building the Poor, be will keep up appearances till then, all that rocks the few fulling boats within ability, touching hi be4 course to pursue; Ridge turnpike has been let to Geo. 11 sight. Out in the offing sails are visible and finding after a short conference that be Fox, of Lexl nglon, tit $2,000 per mile. but after the Waterloo defeat that far and near, and in the mistr haze of the wa guilty of the charge, with no hope of tt mile of the road, awaits him and bo finds how odious furthest distance, others look like ghosts of rebuttal, I advised him a the best thing he There are Geo. Catea and John Clark came berepublicanism, as ho preeches it, is in shlpa creeping stealthily along. All day could do, was to tut and run, which bo fore Judge Owaley on a writ of habeas corthis district, he'll cut loose from his long, a iwarm of fishing cralt of various did, immediately, your honor, and I trust pus and had their bail reduced from $500. new party affiliations and in sackcloth bum have been idylng their vocation In he ia now out of reach,' They thereupon gave bond and wero libeMy friends I advise you a the very best rated. and ashes beg to bo allowed to return full riew; not half a mile from the beach, but ai the nfternotfti waned, they enresd thing you can do, to 'cut nnd run' from The July term of the Garrard Quarterto hh first love. their sails to k'O farther west, where, after the drinl." ly Court began this morning with Judgo On ma return to Kichuiond, Bierno, the sun goen down, the herring and mack A round of applause, becced by a stir- W, E. Walker on the bench. There are tho fighting editor of tho Stale, received erel nets will take a larger booty. The tea, ring song by tho choir and the energetic about 20 cases on the docket; none of any a perfect ovation and bis name is al- so very quiet now, has all day long been exertiona of the worthy rector, who knows importance. All of "Morgan' men" in this county ready mentioned for governor. A more retlesn, towing the little boats In a a well aa auy one how to take advantage of a flood tide In a temperance meeting, are requested to meet at this place SaturTcry rckIM way and giving great animanro so glad that majority oi tho people tion to the sea view. brought quite a number of signers to the day next to make arrangements to attend he disabled one dirty ro adj istcr that We left London at 1 o'clock je.terday front. The good man then made a touch- the reunion at Lexington, beginning on the they can hardly contain themselves. afternoon, from the Charing Cross station, ing extempore prayer that showed a heart 21th insl. crossing the rlrer thrice More starting in iu the right place, and wo were dismissed, Mia Stella Mirkabury returned FriCollege graduates naturally hesitate earnest on our joiirnejr. The Thame has I took all to the LORD and asked Him day from a two weeks' visit lo friends in nowadays beforo entering the learned four or fire railway bridge above London to take charge of the meeting and bring all Scott and Franklin counties. Col. W. O. When a young man is Itridge, which is the practical limit of nav- on a higher platform. profusions. Dradley ia out speechifying for Ilia offered 500 a week to pitch for a baso igation, eicent for smaller craft that can Last nlht the prayer of faith was anHon. T. 'A. Morrow. It. II. III JLHtU'HMiCr HI lllU ball club, the chances of preliminary 'shoot" the archeit. Charing Cross station swered exceeding abundantly above what Tomllnson left Saturday morning on a trip starvation as a lawyer or a doctor are Ia on the left bank an J entered from the we asked or thought. The miserable ap- through Ihe northwest. Strand. The train goes across the river on plause wo silenced almost entirely and I have a threshing machine outfit In N. Y, Com. Adv. not alluring. what is called the Charing Cross Hallway what was attempted died away in such a good repair which I will furnish lo respon- "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," Poor people aro advised to hold on Jlridge, then makes a short circuit on very feeble, abortive way, that I think sible parlies, they furnishing teams to l transport same, against the machine; ws to LANCASTER, KY. to their trado dollars, as tho pre ten the Surrey Hide and re crosses on the Wa- we are now rid of It altogether. The terloo 1UII wsjr lirldge, lower don the came to the frout. Tho people are hun- divide profit after expense are paid. The flurry is but a tcbeno of brokers to river. . Taking on more passenger A partie accepting; ar expected to give here, gry for it more than for realize 15 per cetit. by buying them at wo again crom the river aud launch out iu deep want I felt of power to keep pledges personal attention to looking after tho 85 and probably pass them out at par I MrnMi, all the iaKenifr who atartetl and that ia what the "good tidings" tell of. threshing. John W. Miller, Lancaster, I with their faces toward the front, now hav Eight reKnded lo prompt coufrsslon aud Ky.Julyl), lbb3. ere loug. .t PioprUtois. ST-ivasracmr), t Job Buckiiuum tells nn interview-to In the speaker's rnco er that ho icy. first-clas- s Pcfflnyft fi LP f. 'PHARMACI3T3 - rfe .sW ffttte nsil.KS IX- - wasFW- - AH4rc SS. VN &2J Drags, Books, A nnd Fftnoy Artiolefi. Im Stationery I'linyc lint' prrsrilpllAns aeriiratrly eorapounJeJ. South-Ktsler- n 1 ffr WT"" XsV i.iinvr.i.r.tsfi l.nrgrst Murk of Watches, Clerks, Jewelry & I I Mlrr-mar- LHtuT.-oovan- i frr ni(lil Inllil, msrWI Prim tiwrr than Ihe lmett. Uslrhes, lliKks sn.1 Jrwplry I nn short nntlro sivl Warrsntnl. y AT AND BELOW We will sell yon anything" in Summer Clothing-- , Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 was 7, 10, 12. 14.j 17.50 - sea-wa- ship-shap- f singu- sally-por- lar-looking cosTr&i g aian aw Mmtft Foxget Sftosie Pteet ac- f Shoes.now 75c, 1, 1.50, 2, was $1, 1.50 2, 2.75 Slippers, 50c, 75, 1, 1.25 s BRUCE, WARREN the was 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 2 Children's Shoes and Slippers cordingly. CO. QUICKE ST -- It 1 t, AND- CHEAPEST WAY TO CLEAN uunor.oN dkntiht, ISI-lj- AITOUNUV WEEDY CORN Is (o proi'Uiv- - 111 Notice Won-Ui- Incorporation! self-eain- o uiui-gci.- A Kalamazoo or Albion Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator. 7 I tua'nle-nsnreo- fa J n h 1 "I'lUIHR Garrard County UOllf It. raiitor. lW-3- inlll-pon- d f XiancLretli's One Man and One Horse, Cultivator, am thoroughly clenn Willi tiio tlio weeds out ol' Jlvo acres of corn per day. ono-lior- so One Mian and Two Horses, With tho Sulkoy Harrow mill Cultivator, can clean ten acres of corn per day. one-hors- In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of Price of Price of e e two-hors- Cultivator, Cultivator, -- - - $10 $40 FURNITURE -- ypon. sALiii by- NTANrOUI, KY broth-er-io-la- GEO. D. WEAKEN, A go-pe- pledge-signing- Green & Williams, Husctonvillo, Ky.. GE0.).UDiyiT&C0., W, Ix. Withers, Lancaster, Ky., R. H. Wearon, Richmond, Ky. Skmi-fflttW- n 3nli riuroraI July Tncsihy Morally, LAN. LOCAL The. Improvement recently pro mined In the way of totUiot nrnte have not yet Sillle Hale, a niece of Mr. J. leen commenml; nor waa I able on Inqtil Fort IltNT-1- 70 acrea nfgraaa. T.W. Uwle, died Saturday at hi home In Crab Orchard, aged 18 Mia Hale had been in ty lo ascertain who designed such addiHigglna, Stanford. hid health for nome time ami waa brought tions to the attraction of our village. In For Salk. A handaonie realdenre. 10, 1883 I had reaourse lo Drown' by her mother from her home in Iotillnai my S. Mycra' DEATHS tltlai at 8. H6TES 0F CURRENT EVENTS. evening. -- Mb. U, Will acll very cheap. I'tiAMrtoN Vf, Craig, Stanford. for lla benefit. TIME CARD. P. I 1 oo r. 21 A Mall train roinf Narlh Hnulh Ktpreas train" Hnuih Norli . .. .. M i.. M. M. ..... 1 M 1. II LOCAL NOTICCS. Hur 1'ainth of IVnnjr McAllate-r's. aiMMMai A MoAlialcr. NioksIojIc of lilrtlnhy cinlsat IVnny A HrANliMiti rsiljr A Hurr'k. mlxnl paint at at a Al.r.llm colors of Diamond A HUkr's. I)r (Ifnuink .V II. Htajnry Jch. Haah Uok Cliolera Cure, 1'ennjr V McAllster solo Ktnli. Watch kh, Clock ami Jewelry repaired mnl warranted Ij IVnny A McAllsler. (Iivkm ii jilli fit MrKoberls A HlaRU nifiKe the lal roiI. water in (lie world, irjr Oil, nhlcli will neither licnl r Ralbn. AUieilrA nnr k'""i CO rent strained Unl oil at Mcltolierls A HistJgV K.UiaTflr toliacvo nl , ' PERSONAL g Mk&Vim. Uiuw Iim gone to Cnrlial e to Tlalt rtutlTM. Mm In 1'nKWiTT, of Oaser, I tWi-inMls Iuqr Talit. Mitim Miu)urt I.r.tvii ani Kan mi: llll.l. went to l'srkarlllt jealerdaj-- . MlwHoi'ltIA littuili r, a Danrllte lirnii-t- , la tlie K'le'l ol Mlaa Letl! Lee ltocliei-tr- . MtsaKi IvaSmiixv amd Annie ItAlNKV hare returned from a vtail to .rr. Oar rani. MimM I'AHKKit ami Ann (lopttn, of Mini lletajr IVn Hoiiiersel, nre Rilest nlngton. '' t anck, of jXianoii, are yleltlng Mr. Joe Bereranre. Diillli'aii KiauanJ Mer, Mleellarj, litrt gone to Cuinlwrland Falls for a two wrcki' elajr. Mm. .Sohiia Kmhdack and dauuli tr, Mian Utile, of DanTlllr, are rialling Mrs, Frank McClary. Mil. I.EHLIC MuMuiiTHV In back after an extended trlji South in the interest of manufacturing company. Iim gone to H. McHtuov Krv. Kockeiatla Spring to recuperate. Mr. Mcl.lror i In HotIo at her father's. Uait. V. J. Wihtk, our lightning compositor, la sick at hi daiighler'n, Mr. E. T. Young, in the country. Mra Hannah I'Aiu, accompanlid ljr 1U. It. 11. Malionejr, of MIddlrbiirg, will A iLliutT change in the schedule of the I the gtiral of MIm Faille l'ernj tumor-row- . K. U. It. It. went into effect Sunday. The mixed train now arrive at Stanford JuncMm Majiik Ciiknaui.t Iim arrired tion at 12.50 r. M. and leave at 2.20 i M. pafel In Fort Scotl, Kanaaa, where ahe will The only change in the Cincinnati train i Tiait her unelcl, Meaara. Aimer and Wallar that it ' ueti here at 9.10 v. u , 20 minute ' Chena'alt. earlier than before. H. Hilton, the deter King .i Mil. W. I.lKT CALU Alt account due Chenaull, Mountain merchant, wan here jrattnUj, and In Ibll taaue calla, uttfilon to hi Severance A Co , are now in my band foi collection. I can b found until July 15 "Queen Cit Store." Mm J. (1. Moohk, our former Crab at the aluroof Klmtilon ttOwaley. All reOrchard correspondent, i rpending a maining unwilled at thii time will be placed In the hand of an officer for collecweek or two here. He haa been engaged tion. I mean all and will make no exteich a achool at Mr. J. E. Ljmi'a. to ception. E H.jChenaiilt i0CAlTilATTERs7 Wi: would call the attention of the City Council to the fact that a culvert acrrvw lll.AOKlir.Kiiy aiigar at V. H. Higglna', Main alrert nt lla interacclion with Mill i Knurr Jart and Cana at Ilrnce, Warren badly neeilei', if we could get tho ear of .VCo'ii. that altcpy Lady. Every time it raina the Wiiitk Mountain Ice cieam Frctxera at whole Fijuare below 1 flooded, and all, when with a amall expenditure the II. U. llrighl'a. trouble could be remedied. llAI.I.'rt health prtMerTinRroniela for aalc MaihiiAI. Nku'LANH caught a doien or at KolU 8. Ljtle'a. ao negro boy In an empty freight car SunOMNinun tickets to the K. U. depot for day and brought them acting I'ulice ilu at McKobert .V Hugg'a. Judge, E. W. Ilrown, who lined them $10 Twki.VK vound of berry aiigar (pure each for treapaa. Conaidrring that they only went into the car to get out of the rain, Ilrighl'a. good.) for $1 at II. aa they allege, thla mciii to lie a Utile lioiiN to the wife ofV. M. Weber, of Mt. rougher than the occasion demand. fine Vernon, on the morning of the Otli, a ATTillcaiiggeation of the member of K'fl . . tho new democratic county convention, tho 1'iVK liaren of tho First National Ilank State Central Committee !m apioinctd Mr. of Stanford told laat week at $118. How J. E. Lynn, It Chairman, Mr. J. 1. Hal- old bankT U that fur a ley, the Chairman no'iiintteil by the con KcMlJinnii we lnvu the large-i- atock of vinlion lUclinins to nerve. Theothirmcm-Ih- t of the committee n apiKiintvd 'are T. fruit jar in town and cin offer jou better I). New land, John M. Johiwon. J. J. than anj one. H O. Ilrlght, John Iluchanin, J. M. Carter, F. M. Tri: booth prlTilegw of the Huatonville Yowell, Andrew Henry ami V. 1. Walton. Fair Aaaoclallon were knocked down to H OwiNiilo the improvt-menahorlly to H. Mjer. of llila plate, Haturday, for JI07. lie made in the Firat Nallcnal Hunk build , Tlieru were a ntiuiberof bidden. Ingf tho Marxui will coon have to give up old aUud mid the tin ir lodge. It fa therefore denired that a I wir.l, ketp lioth Uwalejr aland opn for the priKent, where I full meetingi be hud on the night of the lat am prepaie.1 to aervo the public promptly Mondiy In Augiial, when the question of with good at the loweot figure. II. C. another lodge room will be conaidered; and hi the event there la no more intirest nhovrn llrlght. by the fraternity than heretofore, whether election of dlrecton for the At tub it would not be bent to aurrvnder the Stanford Opera Houi Co. Saturday, J. W. charter. Alcorn, Win. Dangherly, W. II. Mcltoberta, Man Killed. On Friday evening laat, "Clco. D. Wearen and W. 1. Walton were Mr, A. O. Watkina, manager of Mr. E. choaen for the entiling year. .umuennao'H commli-mrdepartment on Will Caiuon having aerred out hla ten the C, 0. It. A N. K. 11., shot and instant-l- y daya in jail for annulling Mra. Marahall, killed William Miller. The two men lila father came down yesterday and paid were in a cabooae car and the killing oc the fine in the cane, $10, and took him curred in Caiey county, and to the author away after giving bond for hli appearance itiea there Mr, WaUou surrendered Immeat Circuit Court, to which he appealed the diately after the killing. Hi trial waa fixplitol caae againathlm. ed for yeaterday, The caiuu of the killing Tub freight tralUo on the Knoxville apieara to be an old grudge. Miller had llianch Is increaaing with wonderful rapid becu telling whiaky along the road and had ity, Uefore the opening of the road to been ordered lo deaiat by Watkina. A Knoxville one freight train a day did all limrol etiaucd when they met Friday, the work from the mountains, now four which reaulted a aoove. ' are kept buir and a fifth one would hardly MARRIAGES. keep up with the demand. ltiv. J. It, James and Ml Annie Tub trial of Fount liobbltt and Jo Pol Wearen, of Kirkaville, are to be married lard for fighting, at Crab Orchaid, Satur- on the 25th of thla mouth. day, reaulted in a fine of $2 SO each, with Mr. Salomon T. Itihert and MUa the coata to be divided between Iheui. Mollis Haines were married at Mr. Jamea Uobbltt ahould endeavor to rent rain him lUIne', In tlii county, a few day ago, self till after the election. A battered mug Another Keutucky editor hat gone la not a pleulog light to an audience, tho' craiy Mr. W. A. Wllgaa, ol the Ilopkina in tills cane any change U au improvement. villa South hentudiun, Ho married laat All TUB wheat In thla county had been week. The unfortunate lady' name waa cut and (hocked before the heavy raina of Mia HallleCook, who U described mi Sunday, conacu,utntly but little damage very charming Chrittian county lady. The auit if Mian Ueorgia Moody will reault to it. The crop, while a third agalnat Mr. John T. Moore for breach of leaa than hit year', which waa unprecedented, I nearly up to the average- of pre promise, haa been compromised. The sum been made pub vloua crop. All the farmer who can, In paid by defendaut ha not (own-taljlied it at $.',000 to $d, tend to hold for a higher market and will lie, but Timei, not threth till they eell. k Ml! 1.1INKTTK AXII liAUItA HkVRH- - Heaper am' Mower rtpalra of doctor thought that the lemitlent fever dexcrlptlon at llruce, Warren A with which alio had miffrrcd for two week, Co.'a waa about broken. Suddenly ahc waa laken ... Wk have lli hiKgrat atock of augara In with a convulsion nnd in lea than two town, HjiocJal figurra for or more. m In lea she was dead, the immediate can II. 0. llrlght. being pronounced blood clot of the heart. (llvr.N. -- Mr. Jackaon (liven, after WR HAVE 2 Champion Light Mowcraon hand which wo will aril at ft bargain. failing health for two yrata, died Friday afternoon In the "fllh year of his age. An Ilrnce, Warren A Co. elder In the Firat l'rcbylerln church, Havino aecurcd tlin aervirei of Mr. A, Omvillr, and a gentleman of the elricteal O'tVinncIl, n firat cUa fhoemaker, I am honor and integrity, no man flood higher now prepaid! lo talo onlcra for the fineat In the Mtrem of hi fellow men than he and work In llial line. A.T. Nunnellcy. hi death will be rinccrcly regretted. As 1'ay Cash and Savb Monf.v. H. fl. a neighbor he was sociable nnd kind; aa a Myera keem alwaya on hand n complete father, indulgent and loving; a n man, Mock of family grocerlea, which he la sell rharitabln and liliernl rpritrd and he goes t lo the reward of a life, full of Ing r helper than any onu forlhccaah. He waa a brother of years and honor JL. T..s Moimoiv will apeak here at the hie Dr. (leu W. Oivem, iind Mr. How-m 1 neil Saturday. Mr Knottglveaua ell W, (liven, and seven children survive the go by rntlrrly, thinking nh doubt, and him Hi funeral service were nttended wlaely, that there la 110 need for him here by large imnooii ran of friends, who listened Wk iiic Willed to Mr. A, II. Kly for a lo a deserved eulogy of hi life br Itev. E Imi of dellciout cachra of hi own rata M. Clreen, of Danville. The remains itere Ing. They are known .in "Illy' Early interred in the family hurying-grounJune" and are hard In lieal In aire, beauty RELIGIOUS. and flavor. Mrs Nancy Adair, while relating her TlIK lluatonvltle Fair Aiwocialion hi aeournlata Ireiutndouaexpcnae the Val religion experience at a Methodiat meet lejr Cornel Hand of Hlanfonl to furniah ing in the Indian Territory, fell to the floor v lilil.io for the exhibition, which will be and broke her neck. The 18th nnnual convention of the on July ijlh, Mill and 27th. Kentucky Slate Sunday-Schoo- l Union will Ciiami'ion Maciiinr ItKrAliw I have meet In Howling Green August 21, 22 and on hand inch aa are generally needed and 31, 1883. Nearly all (he money necessary to Ifpirtieain need of audi repair will call build llie new Ilaptlst church here has been on me, I Mil lreilrntlr aire them annoysub'crilied and the work will likely begin ing delayi and expenac. (leo.l). Wearen by the 1st of August. At Eoiindatoue on Saturday night n ne Thete 31 no preaihing at the Metho gro flagman iiimeil Ilaywooil Avery went dit church Sunday. The pastor, Itev. If. and waa knockeil down (' Morrison, was unable to work hi jaw, a twenty fool rmhinknient by the (rain he owing to a revere cise of inumpa. wna aent to flig He will in all probability The Methodiat have 6j churohea in die. New York, about 1,000 members and aa Miu F. F. ltonnirr ak ua lo nay that many Kundar-schoo- l scholars. Their propI'ollard illd not whip him, but on the con erty I estimated at $2,600,000. Three trary, he gave him a very good thrcahlng handsome churchei are row being erected fur making fahe Slatcmenta about him. at a cost of nearly a dollar. The trouble had nothing to do with voting, Itev. W. T. Tyiee write that he haa he aayn. just closed a meeting at Pleasant Foint, Tub I,. Sc X. and K'. C. U. K. have made l'ulaaki county, which continued 0 days C l. Ayrea their joint agent at the Juno and reaulted in 18 hiptisms and an inlion, and tho war i over. 11 r tho term of crease of 10 to tho membership. The tho leoae of the l.ickmond Ilranch, the K church being built at I'leaaant Point I a C. I bound to give tho aame freight ratea very comuiodiouand comfortable one and be completed. to Ixnilarille Iroui all point along It na to will Oincinnali. everr .an CO-ll11 well-speni1 Hho waa improving and the LAUD, STOCK AND CROP. a Acar load of new wheat was shipped from Franklin to Naahville on Friday. It brought 05 centa a buahcl. All ierson indebted to me for season of their mares are notified to come forward and settle. Feland Hiatt. In Chicago July corn went up lo 11 Jc and Auguat to Gl; July wheat sold Saturday at $1 and August $1 02. For sale at a bargain, a combined Itcaper and Mower (Champion), and other farming utensils. V. W. Logan. Foil Salk. 91 extra Cotswold and Southdown ewes, 2 fine Southdown bucka and 70 nice lambs. Apply to T. L. Crow Stanford, Ky. Funk A Anderson bought of W. P. Cecil 150 acre of wheat at 92Jc delivered. E I. Faulconcr has sold hit barley at C5c delivered at the depot J. L liruce's averaged 15 bushel to the acre Advocate Judge W. K Winn sold to Thompson llrot., of Stepatonr, CO choice of 70 hogs, to be delivered from the 1st lu the 10th of November next, at lie per jHiund. Itscems will lio the ruling price for fat hogs that next fall. Ml Sterling Democrat. The Travlor Hroi. took to Cincinnati lioga, 27 Friday a car load of their slop-feof which they sold nl $G 10 and 23 nt $C 15 Thoy went by tho K. C, and besides aaving $'1 on the car were granted more accommodations than the other road ever allowed. Ihcy are perfectly delighted and advire all etoek men to patronizs the K. C. bar-lev Dan-viII- h $-d t LINCOLN COUNfr. " New-lan- Indiu-eineiit- d, 111 Hustorwllo. Stock of tho infant Hank of Hiiatoii villo waa aold a few days since ut $1 10. You noticed the birth of Tliumpsle Cooper's daughter. The dignity of the relation sit on him with becoming weight. The furor now I onu of preparation for the coming Fair. Many a youthful dude look wistfully nt hi beloved cavalry and sigh for 11 blue ribbon and congratu- - Doctor Alcorn ha to plead guilty to another of thoso Alcorn boys, born on the 5th. Haven't heard her name. Doc say that being "at peace with the world and the rest of mankind" there ia no further need of bov. EscAfia. Ono day laat week John West't pony ran away with a plough, attachment and hit little daughter barely tucceedel Id saving herself from being kill ed. On Sunday tho aame little girl was crossing the atrcel, wheu a horse, frantic with fright and attached to a buggr, came very near running over her. The target nlle ha not got In It work yd, but will shortly. Standing with a merchant a few daya ainco he waa called to a gentleman stating examine his that he had just filed a shot through the end of the house. An examination revealed that the bullet had come through tho wall and perforated the tank. The latest amusement U to awing a gentleman in a hammock while the marksman alma at kit A hit feet and Area duriug tbeoscilUtlon. any wbero except In the feet don't count. Judge Tom Hill I the ascendant hero. He is stamped as the hero of the age. When David accepted CloHali's challenge to deadly combat, be bad at least the com furling belief that hi grim opponent waa mortal and could be killed. Hut Tom boldly tackled one who not only never had been slain In hi own oninion never could be slain and according to general belief, wouldn't know whether he waaalalnornot and yet he slew him wrung from him the acknowledgement of hi defeat and left him on the field, if not dead, at leait, like Paddy, confessedly "spachelcta." lation. Dick. Ill solution is that the promise was to build such houses is, not In Huston vllle, but "in tho near future." I see the point, hut inquire what doe ll mean? Dick was fipul lo the emergency. He saya the telephone is half Millrnnlarian and the oilier half Ssredenborgian. From the lat ler he hold to a continuance of present pursuits In the coming stale; and from the former he argue the near npprnach ol the time when tin wire shall enWrdo the uni- $2,510. verse. The number of death In New York Sieve Myers, of your place, waa the last week reached 1,057. The severe heal s successful bidder at the sale of booth caused many of them, there being 51 cases on Saturday, lie get the refreshof sun stroke. stand no distilled, vinous or malt ment The first bale of the new cotton crop liquor allowed for $107. Some uncerand a sold at Albany, (la., at twenty-fivtainly I msnlfeated a to whether Steve cent a pound. It weighed Wi lbs., the con- hair get a deed to the town a part of class, middling. sideration. The other privilege to other There ate still over one hundred patties at lower rates. There I something death dally from cholera in Damletta, In tho announcement on of Ervpt, and the number at Mansourah is the poster that the association will hold rapidly Increasing. the exhibition "on it grounds," Ac. The Johnlteed killed Joan McCormick, at oldest Inhabitant was at fault. No expert Sliabbins, all., hMineho refined lo mar In topography waa able to locale the spot. ry him. Some very old ieople had n vague recolSnencer Miller wan killed hv light lection of a fair held somewhere in the rening while shocking oat in nn ojien field gion when Jim Hailey was a small boy; and tho tiiini; they remember nioit distinct- in Lngan county. A Meiiitdii man Is on trial for whip ly is the celerity with which Jim then dishi hack ran blood posed of ginger cake. The present enter-piis- ping hi stepson until fire until hi however, promises to be Interesting. and then holding him before a wounds were toasted. TOYLE COUNTY. The Tennessee Stale prison, with it Danrille. convict labor, was leased to the Tennessee The funeral of Mr. Jackson Givens, Italiroad, Coal A Iron Co., for six years, at In Lincoln county, on Sunday, was attend$101,000 per annum. ed by many Danville people, particularly casualties in There were thirty-eigh- t members of Mr. (livens' church, the lat Chicago on the Mi. Three were killed, Presbyterian. maimed five fatally wounded, twenly-llireA loyal small boy with a briiah and a for life and five slightly injured. bucket of paste went about the streets Mon Only threo jurors have been secured day putting up dodger, on which was in the Polk trial at Naahville out of three rinled the following, via : "Hon. Tho. .. panels. The caae will probably be postMorrow, the next Governor cf Kentucky, poned until the next term of ourt. will speak in the court house at Danville Judgo Bnckner, of Lexington, has eent on the night of the 1 tth of July. Let men another rclenation to the Governor, Ibis of all parties come." one to lake fleet on the 12th inst., instead -- Dr. L. EJdy, ol this place, haa been of Auguat 15, as stated in his former letter choaen by the Stale Hoard of Health aa InA mob of masked men shot tho four spector of Public Huilding for the present Commissioners and the County Clerk of year. lie ha already visited the schools, Grand county. Col. Three of the officers colleges and hospital at Lexington and the were Instantly dlllcd and two ialally in public building ut Frankfort. On Friday jured. ho visited Anchorage; on Saturday the The Slate Treasurer of Iowa has paid school at Covington and Newport. This the last dollar of the war debt. The Stale week he rili go to Piducah and Ilopkina-villbeyond baa no indebtedness remaining what the funds now in the Treasury will Mr. and Mrs. Jamea I). Payne, of Eliz abethlown, are In Danville attending their cover. The balloting for a United Stales daughter, Miss Itadie, who ha been very the New HampIII at the residence of Mr Geo. W. Welsh, Senator still continues in 138 necessary to sis shire Legislature. With Jr, Mrs. Welsh and Mrs. Payne are Rollins received r!G Dr. L. S. McMurtry and Mr. C. E a choice. Senator ter and Harry Bingham 92. Kincaid, of Douisville, were in Danville votes, The Cattlettaburg Democrat saya that Saturday. Mr. It. O. Merrill, who has the National Bank of that place declared a been visiting hi family in Louisville, redividend of 10 per cent. Sureturned Saturday evening. ly this miiBt Le a mistake. Hanks do not The attorneys employed by the pro cent, per annum any more. jector of tho new Opera House on Satur clear 20 per Alex;. Terry made improper proposals to those interested that a day announced Bidwell at Otsego, III. He clear title could bo obtained to the lot re- - to Mis. Amos later in the day, and unheeding lecled for the building. Messrs. McElfat returned warning not to enter the house, she rick, of St. Louis, have been selected as the her shot and killed him with a Winchester architects and will be here in a few days. On the completion of the plans and specif- rifle. It is the opinion of John G. Carlisle ication, work on the building will be at that the prospects of the democrats have once commenced and pushed through as good since 1850 a they are the rapidly as possible. Then look out for not been as present year. He says the election in Ohio lMwiii Hooth and Mary Anderson, Old fall will show that the revolution is Hill Shakapeare, John McCollough, Cardi- this not going backward. all the rest of 'em. nal Itichelieu and Jos. Brewster, aU.S soldier was hung Itev. J. W. Asbury, the colored repubPaso, Friday for rape. The knot lican nominee for ltegiater of the Land at El was so bunglingly tied that he fell to the e ThursOflicc, spoke at the at had to be borne back to the day night from about a quarter to 9 until ground and and he died a moat and after 10 o'clock. Aabury ia an educated scaffold prolonged and horible death. man and his speech was orderly and from A frightful outrage wai committed by his eland point a strong one. The greater negro and a white man upon two little hi audience waa composed of ne- a part of , girls, aged 11 and 14, near Sunbright-Tenngroes, not many of the white brethren Sunday. The fiends, upon being turning out Several democrats were presarrested, confuted their crimes. Threats ent through curiosity. Being a man of of Lynching were made by the citizens and audi ability, Asbury should have had a wretches have probably ere this paid place nearer the head of hi ticket instead the tho penalty of their crime. of at the tall end. But tho while bosses Governor Blackburn has Issued a cirthink any thing is good enough for niggers. Oarrard county comes a story of cular letter lo the Governors of all the delegates how a married woman from 10 to 13 years Stales, inviting them lo appoint be old, but still young looking and attractive, to the State Educational Convention, lo aged held in Loviaville on the 19th, 20th and became infatuated with a young man about 25 year,; of how the neighbors sus- 21st of September, in which he calls attenpected something wrong; how the young tion to recent organized efforts to advance man diaappeared suddenly and after a few the cause of common school education In daya wrote a letter back to hi inamorata, this State "The KnquUtr't course with reference imploring her to follow him, backing up Columhi appeals with quotations from scripture; to Hoadly,"sayaa dispatch from of how the letter waa Intercepted and how bus, "is creating much talk in Northern Ohio One of Hoadley' Cleveland frienda vow and protestations of innocence followed, vupplemented by vows that if anything saya McLlcan has demanded as a price for a "very little" wrong had occurred it be- hi cessation of tho present covert attacks longed to the dead past and that every- a reimbursement of Ids outlay for Ward nnd n consoliihtion of the A'rtr Journal thing should be "proer" in the future. Mr. W. P. Spetd, traveling agent for with the J'n'uirtr on a basis so favorable to tho Cincinnati Southern Hallway, has been the latter journal that the other sheet directed by leading officials of hi compa- would be merely un appendage. The Attorney General has decided ny to secure for the company's exhibit at tho Louliville Exposition specimens of to- that (he exportation of bonded whisky to bacco, wheat and hemp grown on the line Bermuda, with a view to ila reimportation, of their road. Alto iron ores, coal, copper for the purpose of evading or delaying the and other minerals, manufactured and raw payment of a tax, is not au eiportalion materials, specimens of timber dressed anl within the meaning of the law. He hold in the rough, all agilcultural products, that the tax la due upon tho spirits at tho manufactured goodt.cloth, aheetiugs, yarns, time of their exportation, and ia collecti cotton nnd wool, live fiah and game. For ble upon their reimportation into this he wants 1 or 5 bundles country. The opinion waa a great a special purp-wto the Internal ltevenue Bureau. It of choice wheat. Etch contributor will receire due credit for his exhibit and have a not binding upon the Bureau, but there aame entered in hi name if desired, Ad- - it little doubt but Secretary Folger will follow IU dreas Mr Speed at Danville. . .. -- IU DEPARTMENT, prlv-ilgye e, e 1 e. semi-annucourt-housa aur-pri- growing crop. Mile Maria Litis, the prima dona; I dead at Illoomlngton, III , of cerebrospinal meningitis, aged 27. Louise Armalndo was the winner In the Chicago female bicycle contest. She made 217 mite in two days, A hill to liferent the Intermarriage of while and Chinese has been Introduced In to the Georgia Leglalttiire. The service of the "Cerro Gordo Gnarda," during the trial of Ilirnelt and his bandits, at Mt. Sterling, cost the Slate A very heavy rain in the Petersburg section of Virginia did great damage to the MX YEAHUNO helfera. Strayed or Stolon rl CJALVES-lh- rm rl-ttxl- tl ! SIM M. RCRDKTT. rnomio:ui. e 1. w. & aOWI, 3 italra. 1 rtal heller. 1 whlta liHfcr artil l whit ateer rail, all marke.1 with alll nn under M nam ear inrormauon lesiins to their trcomr wlilb ihankfullr receiver!, if stolen, will Kite . lor uiBcipiuro m ino mici , ntntDETT Aa'a-oitrviiv- uitoww, KV. IlMyr T. MT. VEP.NOK, a'jp x.a"v. ISt-- lt II'. JMI'AO,V,s-lanfor.t- w. Tsanoa. LOW) 10GGATIIOIIPE IS Co ! jVX"rcHtlN3YM Office T. W. A W B. VAHNON, A.'l? DiAnruiiir, jvi. np In Owaley A Kon'a new holldlnf-! waixaoii. yianost, w Thla lilfhly lre.1 tic',1 .Mil Im permitted tokens a, tal Jet thow el hit owntri, at 910 TO INSURE A CALF I lis la aiteenreil; was M, lis, tint ilam by Peerless, Hlh Iluks of Thornilale, a,oai, (raid fot IIT.DOO), 3,1 clam tiT 4th links of dene's, 80.958, B I ilam Imp liaron O a for J lleaiilv, by ta Damn Oxtonl, 23,a7fi. Care taken lo preftnl but no reaponilMlltr ahould anr neeur. isi-- ii Description and rlltTre: rotlif llfll links nll.yirial Will practice In lh Court' of iJnceln and ad Joining counties and thn fiuperlor Oonrl and Court ol Appeala. rpclal attention (Iren to collection.. OHIcw on l.anraater 112 ATTOUNMY BTANHirtD, M. FEYTON, KV, J..A.W. it. n. o ttrt ATrOKNKY A.T DANVILLE, KY., J. D. ALEX. ANDEI180N, X.A.AV, ;. J', tinons. Will practice In Iht Courta of Boyls aad adjoining cnuntlea and lo the Court of Appeala. Notice ! All peraont having claims agalnat the eitateol Hie lata Fraocla It. Fox will pmwnt them lame properlr verlflrJ, by Jnlr M, ISSJ. 1 And Matter CommlialonerlUirkraaileCJIrcullCn ii rt MT. VLKNIIN, KY. Will practice In tha llockraallt Courta. Collec Offlcet In Courl-hoiitlontaapeclally. (Ijfij A.ttriia5- - A.t IIW, IiEB V. PISH, UUPFMAN, Adinlnlatrslor I Ii. T. TOfArV, M Fox,decM. NOTICE! UIMIl OltUIMUI Mir.T.N! J II. HUTCIIINflS. Tropr. Do cuitom grinding. Tneadaja and Frldaraof each Ii3-2i- n week. icon abort Iln4kl PdrNttroui Ox.d (Iti iJnlotiterM when r- HTANFOrtll, KY. Office flonth aide Main Street, two tfcaA "tfvakVA UIIVUi Ofllco from S toll A. DtMltlMl, HBmi STAimmn.'KENTUCKV. Lytla'a Itobl. UK. W n. PENNY. alorn M ner when necessary. u.and I tot r 8 Offlca houra Aneathetlri ISI-lr- r. SAFE! FOR SALE A good second-han- JOS. SEVERANCE, Lata of Chenaull, Utterance A Co., Stanford, Ky., with d Eafj For Bale, at the low price of JM. HailngpurchawJ tiUrge, new combination tife, will dlapo-- of old one Immediately. Apply to J. '. nOllMXROX, 160-2- 1 Manager Crab Orchard Hprlngs. J. M. ROBINSON L.OXJIVIIT U. & CO.. ICY. Importers and Jobbers of Dry floods, Notlont, Ac., U7, 639, Sll Main tjlreet, Cor. Math, ... TO THE PUBLIC We will now pay apeclal attention to Ice! Ice! Ice! I wlllilcllrer Ice etcry morning IWCUMTOJI GUINDINO.ia either lolled or unbolted meal, 110-- AT OJVI. CENT cloaeofeach month, Stanford, May 7. Wo rrotutM to gltsaatlafai lion, and whan desired will give I'ateiit Flour for Wheat. Can mike t IEK 1'OOIVD, Aa long aa my preaenl slock lasla. A fter that, Lako Ice aa low a I can afford. Arcounta duo at the ItcAl.lNTKK A NAI.I.KF.. II. V. ItARltOW. Thousands ofgnrea are annually robbed of their tic in,, 11th prulongrd, happiness and health re Nowdllmiilsoiiio Millinery I liafe cnneJ irerf romprelienilTe line of the latest titl handsomest itylt-- i or ROBBED aiormiiy uaoorihe great SPBINQ AND SUMMEE MILLINERY GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R! And Invite all the ladles lo call and examine, whether they buy or not. Prices reasonable. gllEAP EOR CASH. Wishing to Closo Out My Stock, I Will Sell Which poaltlrely and permanently caret Imlo-tcilr- v. (caused byexcwanot any kind,) Arillf-lld- f llefffclirw, andaJldlseaa thai follow a sequence of aa loss of energy, Icaaol memory, UDlrrraal Ijasllu.le, pain in the back, no miss nr.T.r.v. 11 Next door to Dr. Lee F. Hulluiao'a utile, Stanford dlmnesaof elalon, premature old age, and many other diseases thai lead to conauinptlon and a BtTtSend for clrruljn wlih frre by mall. The IA rUlOUATOIl la aold at tl per box, or six boxes fur 13, by all drugirlalt, or will be aent frre by mall, securely sealed, on rceelptcf price, by addresalng , cairns, 113 Adams street, Toledo, Ohio. Sole agent for the United statet. v. j. 'ii..-i:r- at Reduced Rates for Cash. ESTILLPRINGS IIlYlt).? taken Chirm ol litis rjinmn place for tho coming temsoo. I am now ! atarlno My Stock Consists of Groceries, Hardware, Class and Qaeeosware, Canned Fruits, Saddlery and Harness' &o ,&a. Those Indebted to me trill pleaao call and settle I muat hare tho money. July j, ism. ir. Prepared to Receive Guests. I bare a corps of trained serranta and will be able to furnlah SutlHfiic.ory To all persona AccoiiimoilalioiiH t. 3izt:i:. In pursuit of health or pleaaure. The medicinal qualities of theso waters ara too well known to Ino people or Central Kentucky to need a description of their g' properties. The rates of board will be reasonable. For further Information, apply to me at Irrlne, Ky. 167-- tf . J. 1'IislVOCK. Articles of Incorporation or THE aicKlMVEY CEMETERY CO. D. 8. Jones, (1. H. McVlnney and K. L. Tanner hare associated together aa an Incorporated company lor the purpoae of buying, managing and conlroltng a eeinelery to be located about one and one-hamiles from McKlnney on 1. FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY ASAPH, the Mlddleburg turnpike. 2. The general nature of the Incorporation ahall ST. be the purchaao and Improvement of groundafor cemetery purpoaca and the. aale of burial Iota therein 3. The amount of capital ttock la to he not lees thin threo hundred dollars (1300), to be paid In whenever rcqueated by the dlrectora. Halting had thla Hotel 4. The Incorporation ahall commence on the Id day of July 18&. S Tbontlalrtof Ihelncornorallnn am ia 1m, ron. ducted by three dlrectora, tho Drat election of From basement to garret, wnomanaii oo neia ine iinaiy orjulrliu and thereafter tho dlrectora ars to he elocied on the I liiicml to Keep in .Strictly firat Monday In July In every fifth year, the elecMilliner, tions to bo mado by the share-holdeof lbs atock And leare nothing undone that will add to tho company. CI. Tim Incorporation la not to Incur any a. liability beyond threo hundred COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. STANEOIttt, - - KY. ii Kci'iiniislied nnd ltelittcd a of25. 7. The capital atock ahall be divided Into shares 8. Private properly la lo ha exempt from corporate debts. It, S. JOXKS, Commercial Travclcr.s Are oBircd U.S M'KMAXKV, ll.L.TA.Si:it. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS To patronlxn me, aa I havteTery tottveu!cnce,auch uMICKBAMt'LUUIIOMrJ, Ac , for their um. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BUBNSIDE, - Propr This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, -- Baggage Transferred to and from the Depot free of charge. Ultomoacall. W.H. FIIANCIM. Abdaljah Mcsongor! ANU Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. nlll be Harii charge.eoattied Special fret of to aad from Iks depot keronimodalloaa to to Commercial Traralera. The liar will bt alnaie tapplled with tha choicest braada of aad Clgara. Llan RICHMOND PLANING MILLS! BUILDERS' MATERIAL Ited bay ttalllon; 16 bands; foaled 187S; bred by Chaa. Dunn, Btauford, Ky , tired by Messenger Chief, tire of Maud Meeaeugiri record, ? 2o4, Mar Tel, AUI Abdul-larworJ.2 Uuj, trial, trial, t a, Itena C, 2.20 gait at S years old; Matllt Melt., gait at S J ear a old, Mangle gtewart, z SO gait at 3 yeara old, tod other nrouilsing ones, lat dam 8u ale by rieutlnel, t Sa?,, and the sire of You Arulm, 2 lK; Aunelle, 2 26W, T A , 2 K, Young beull-ne- i, Lit, Vtundlere, 2.2I,1,, Mlgnou, 2.2J: Ca poul, 2 28, llrand Sentinel. 2 fl1. enllnella full brother to Volunteer, tha aire of Kt, Jullen, t.llii; llloaler, 2.17; Alley, 2 19, llodlue, 2,l!i. UrUer, 2.19J; Ituuter, 2.20?.; Amy, X.'O),, and a acore. iuorulntha2 30clasa. 2ddam Kltir Hirers, the dam of Ilertlt (I Irl, rrcord, 3 W; old record, 2 37, aud the grandam ol Maud record, J2M,. by Alexander'a AUUlIah, the alraolliolJaiullh Maid, 2:11, ltoaa-Mo- d, 2 21 Ji, lhorndale, t.W,. Aliuout, AUlallah Itlot, dr , dc, 3d dam by ltd Jacket, (sire of the dam of Kentucky Wllkea, 2 1, and the grandam J3rfTr jfA-tiiAi- t.ti, i; MT. VERNON Managed bf John B. fish. Cth, Mra. Cof- NKW ADYhltTISKMl.NTS. -- Died, on Friday, July fey, wlfo of F. J. Colley. She died with a hemorrhage of the lung. We are authorized to announce M. J. Cook as the republican candidate to represent Laurel a'nd ltockcattle counties In the next Legislature. Anguat election 'S3. 8 t Geo. Levisay bad a auaatroke last week, which came very near proving fatal, at work and lie waa out In Hie the list thing he remembered waa that Ida head began to grow dizzy and he fell don n. There were two Utile boya In the field with him tud they called for help and he carried to the house, where he remained uncoosciou for several houis He ii up and going about again now. corn-fiel- Don't Read This! Ureal bargains can U bad Ly calling at Ibt "Uuean City btorv," Klnga Mountain, Ky. Iloodt rival yoJ daflr IhaukluK tha illluua of Klnei Mountain aud the aurroundlDg country for their liberal patrona, 1 not lor a couuuuaure oi aaiu ' Mywuitola. lo w uuderauld bf aojbudy lb hlgbeat market price paid for country proU.N. 1. 1 OX. ll;-a- l duce. "ol Ill Election Wot ice t This It to notify th pulllo that Eleclloua will ueal Momtiiy fit bt hvld ou Iht aarvllowa lu Waluul Mat, lor Juilko of tbt l'cavo lu till 4iaucy, and la atut lH.ulct for lla-lilCvualabl to fill a Tacaucj, lu lurueretlll ler Cooaltble lu till a raraney 8, L. c, mm iu tut .liiuuaf j. x. mkx1:hi:, reoord, 2 21 I by Comet, by SherI bare recently opened in Ulchmond a large, and tou, Wriuout lllack Hawk, tbt complete I'lanlng Mill, and am prrpared to lurulah man Morgan, tha tlraof uauy other trot ten. luid tlnof Llhau Allooaud rery kind of to lllack Jacket's dam i a I red by a Hawk. alb. dim sneitis road uitro brought from I tbt North by V I. Vante, of Mercer county, and Mid 4 to of Mraaeuger blood. rWotluel and Alexander'a Abdallah are bolh by ltradyk't Hamble toulan, IbegrandalraofMaud U., 2.10L', aud tha 2.171,, Kettle, 2 19, Uraug tllrl, TfVcHtliurlioHrailiig, 2 H); Ualelle, Flooriiiff. alrtofUexlir,2 221; Jay (lould, ItlK, and 30olhra with rtieoid of MO aud better. Messenger Chief Doom, Nawh, Itliiulsi, I.HtkH, was aired by Abiallah IMot.alreol l'ickard,2la 18k, record, i.H. lal dam ItedJlu, tleo. 11. Thomas, ol sir to N.Hlr- - heott'a Tuouiis, 3lieu by Mambrluo Mrawngrr.alre fihlllRlCH, MullllllleKN li, el Lawlnakl, i is;, zddauibr Maubiluo Chief, wajn, aiv. Wood lord Maubrino, air of Lady rhoiu, 2.18 Mauilrluo I'atthaa and olhera, 3d dam br At I tell at priors aueb u th abort ankles rau U Kapulrou, Ltiglish Hunter, Ac. AbJallau Uiuilit In lAiulaillle, Cliulunall, or other hJ-sa- lt Mtsaeugvr will matt Iht aeiuwn of 1843 at Chaa. noutea, I am lure I can uiaku it lo youi ad lluuu'a, 'iy lullr. Irviii btaufurd, on Uuth Ilrtuih vaiiUo lo julrouUt bom Inelllulloua, I aut Site. 1 mil Irom tjlauford A limraster plkt and alto a practical from liacaaier A Iullla plka, at (20 to Iuauro n Maro in i'oal. Money duo aa toon aa tho fait la ascertained, Maria that bare public rwords of 2.30 or Utter, or such aa bait produced trot ten with reoorJ, ut 2 SO or belter, may be bred And au prepared to furolth detlnna and catluutea fret ol charge, AdJreu for bulldluKaaud all klndaof Krull work. WILLIB a. DUNK, Ky, That I aui dolua uo tuiall botlncaa, e an bt J uJ j- riltulord, Llmolu Co., ea irouimenu i inai my usui accouu, rust iroui MKuaauaal'aiaiK, by Mrwugrr Ihlef, dam i:ulgma, 2.26. Sl.tov to f J UK) r week by AUalJe.lJrt of llyiai. l. Contracting aud building don promptly and at lancy par, 2 3D, Ac ,) will luakt tun auun ol IU3 llvloi pilica. AdJreta at touut Foi', lirjauteillla, Ky., at Its to toaura tmartlnfu40.' C. N. KTAFFttHH. W.O. IS Iu. ARCHITECT, s!??WH5 wmfm iJmWjB L( ftt-.Etokl AllO. Xrtvttrttimt pf ih Gminl Shemnnn, In rciono to Inquiries elicited bj In tlio spring of 1858, before Artcmus find n place largo enough to hold tho recent references to scrim Ward was ever heard of, being thrown galljcririfl clans. Whom could tho unges on the floor f Congress, wo print out of nawsjMipcr work on account of tho July 10, 1883 Tuesday Morals, Joneses Iw nurintilcil ? There was room i short account, ns published in tho pasuspension of a DnfTalo daily on which I In Sloninglou for all tho Palmers, nnd pers at tho timo, of ono which occurred had been employed, tho editor said to Nantucket held all tho Collins without in February, 18fi7. in tho discussion in AMOS'O Till'. TUltVOMAXS. mo : " Why not go up to Cleveland nnd spilling, lint what placo could hold all tho Houso ou tho attempt to admit Kan- lhf'.r Cklrf Atnutrtnrnl llarlntl llortf try tho Plalndcaler f A green young thoJoncvrs? Their lines had gono out ws ns a slavo stntp, under tho Ijccomp- tnnmfhlp. man by tho nnmo of Drown is local to tho end of tho earth. Where wero ton constitution, between Gnlushn A. Tlio ndrcuturuus corrctonc1ent of the there, but he isn't of nny account, and London A'cw, who vm captured by one they nut known ? Tho North gavo them draw, of Pennsylvania, nud Lawrcnco Mr. Cray would readily exchango him up and ll.o Mouth held not back. By M. Kritt, of South Carolina. of tlio wandering tribes in Central Asia, for n cnixtMo iicrson liko yourself. I gtves an interesting account of liis exotery winding stream thoy pitched their Tho conversation which led to this will givo you a letter to Gray." moleo nnd periences at iierr. The letter ws writ-tememtenls; I did not qnilo liko tho idea of crowd- around tho waves of every sea parted bers was inawakened tho sleeping on this wise Grow was during Us captivity: their eager keels ; in tho marts the ing n man out, but, as I was informed of trade their signs outnumbered every lido of tho Hoiko occupied by Southern Kohirufng from tny isit to tlio mined that tho incompetent Drown would In) aicmbers, nnd objected to Quitman mak-ircities of tlio plain, I lind n gool opKr-tuniteoinpclldl to lenvo soon, anyhow, I con- namo but tint of tho ubiquitous "Co.;" nny remarks. in oury hamlet thoy dwelt, and in every of Feeing bow Turcomans amuse Keilt naid: "If you cluded I might as well upply for tho thoniielrcs when nlirond. Tlio ground land thoy lived, nnd they muted inovery ro going to object, return to your own vacancy as any ono else So I lido of (ho Houso." over which we wwo riding, owing to took Grow replied: tho letter and started. I rememlter industry and profession. At ono of tho deep trenches, iilippcry mud, and oeca preliminary discussions, when thoy wero "This is a free hall; every man has a feeling sorry for Drown as I neared tho right to lie where ho pleases." Keilt sioimlly deep flooding, required nil the Plalndcaler oflico, nnd I was half dis- - endeavoring to Bctllo iqion n location for then camo nearer to Grow, nnd said: "I liorhomnns vigilance to keep himself their reunion, nn old and eminent mem- losed to turn back, when I reached tho Iter nnd his beast from coining to grief; but nnnttoknow what you mean by such of tho family said : door, but I walked in nnd inquired for it was only ocr such space?, disagree"Brothers, there is only ono placo u answer as that?" Grow replied, ro- tho proprietor. A tall, slim young man able, as they were, that I had any peace outing what ho had sidd before, Keitt stepped forward, whoso prominent feat- where you can gather nit tho Joucses tojcized Grow by tho throat, saying: "I or quietness. The moment anything ure was ou intensely aquiline nose, and gether." lil.o firm ground was readied, socio one " Where J" thoy oskod him, eagerly; will lot you know that jounroa informed mo in n low and plaiutito voice black Hepiiblicaii puppy." Growknockcd of the parly suddenly uttered a viHd Gray was confined to his houso " where?" that Mr. up his hand, exclaiming: "I shall occuwhoop, and put his homo to tlio top of "In tho directory," ho said. on account of an accident, but that hu py such placo iu tho Houso as I plense, ilstiiiced. All tho others were, it seems, And it was so. was prepared to act in his absence. bound in honor to follow suit, uiyBelf shall crack hU whip And it continued so until they built wd no uegro-drho- r "My namo," ho remarked, simply, among tho number, and then a bccho of tho Wolfvillo skating rink, which is over me." Keitt again grasped Grow "Is Drown." wild, headlong racing was commenced, I felt guilty, brought bo suddenly face somewhat larger than tho Circus Mnxi by tho thro-v- t and ngain his hand was varied by different performances. Each to fivco with tho man whoso placo I had mus at ltomo in its palmiest days, nud knocked off nud Grow knocked him squarely down. Tho resiicctivo friends person w os lwuiid to unaling his rifle, como to usurp, and tho letter to Mr. there, in tho storied .shadows of and, going at full speed, to toko delib- Gray produced an uncomfortable land, with every breezo laden of tho arty rushed to the fray. Blows erate aim at uonio object and fire. Then, in tho neighborhood of the pocket with tho pcrfumo of tho meadows of fell thick nnd fast. Watdiburne, of Illiresting on his piece, ho would draw his in which it rested. Tho letter was never Grand Pre, the Jones family held its re- nois, nnd Potter, of Wiacousiu, towered among the combatants. httord, and, racing up to tho person next presented. At this critical I tore it up tho first oppor union. him, exchange passes and flourishes. tunity, and neither Mr. Gray nor tho John Jones, of Joncavillo, Jones juncture, Covode, of Pennsylvania, This was all very well ou unbroken man by tho name of Drown ever knew county, was unanimously elected Presi-den- t seized n spittoon. Ho balanced it for a gruuuu, uui mo buuuou occurrence ol a that it had on existence. He was sim nnd took tlio chair. Ho thanked moment iu the air. The objective point deep trench or inud-holbccaino a scri ply "Chailey Drown" then, without "o" the family for tho honor thoy had con whs the hcml of Burkmlale, of Mississip ous matter while one was engaged k. nttached to his surname. If ho had ferred upon him. Ho was proud of his pi, who wiLsnj'proHchiughimof tho spit displaying his martial accomplishments, written over tho nom dc plume of Arte-m- name nud lineage. Ho was tho only toon iu n menacing attitude. Dut Darks-dale- 's hi horso going twenty miles an hour; wig fell off and Covodo lowered Ward before that period I was not son of John Jones and, as it was Bore ngaiust my will that aware of it. Ho was then n Meanwhile, tho Homo 500 delegates sprung to their his suspended missile. Sergcnnt-at-arm- s was running hero and I engnged in such antics, it was with d young fellow of feet and called him it liar. unfeigned satisfaction that The President then qualified his re- there just "hko the jieewit," exhibiting wituossed 22 or 23, who delighted in witty annec-doteoccasional catastrophes in tho shape of mid told stories himself in an ani- mark, and tho family then proceeded to his mace without effect. It was near Bonio gallant Knhn, horse, armament mated way. His work ou tho Plain-dealelect n Vice President. John Jones, of 2 o'clock iu tho morning whui theso and nil, como down with a crash in atconsisted in getting up a clumus Joncslioio, Morgau county, was elected "proceedings" took place. l'hihulcl-pltl- a tempting to clear an unusually wido or two of local items each day, and it was on the first ballot. Prctt. and got up tlio revorso of only occasionally that the fun there was Ho also thanked tho convention. Ho ltl'.AUM. pleased w ith himself. But Uicso peoplo in him cropped out in a paragrnpli. was fond of tho honor. His ancestors Exceptionally longK-anlhavo always takonpiido in showing their stoicism, Tho unaffected cordiality with which camo from tho hills and mines of attracted a good deal of attention, and like North American Indians; and Mr. Brown received mo when ho learned Wales, tho man who had como to grief I was a brother scribe won mo. Tlio Tho rest of his speech was lost in n history records many instances of th! was tho first to initiate a fresh stain-ped- flret night of our acquaintance ho look wild burst ol enthusiastic, universal nnd kind. Dauber von Tullierg, a Germa A great sourco of amuse- mo to n school exhibition on Cleveland ludefliiitcly-coutiuuoapnlausa that Knight, and Councillor of Mnximiliar. II. (d. 157C), rejoiced iu a beard which ment was to dash full Btiecd at a Heights Biumiston's, it was called shook tho rink to its foundations. to his feet, and from there again party of villagers returning on foot from and his whisiicred comments uon tho Tho balloting for Secretary, after a reached wjino market with their asses laden with performance amused me greatly. Thoy few score lies, resulted in tho election of to his waist. John Mayo, a colebrnted of the sixteenth century, who goods, ana send men, women and asses gave a iorf ion of tlio play of "ltolla." John Jones, of Evans county. He painter fljing right and left, often dashing soiuo "How now, Gomez, what briugest thanked tho family. His early life, tie accompanied Charles V. in hiicnmpaigu, had a beard so long that, although he cf them to tho earth. As tho parties thou?" Gomez "On yonder mount- said, was passed among tho s was a tall man, it would hung uiwn the thus assaulted were invariably armed, I ain wo surprised an old Peruvian." of Pennsylvania. whon ho stood upright ; ho wore hod fears of tho cnsoqucnccs, but wo Drown, in n whisper "Thoy knew him A roar of applanso liko tho dash of a ground it, therefore, fastenod to his girdle. went at such a speed that, before tlio by his bark, a small bundle of which you mountain torrent drowned tho rest of victim could pick themselves up and perccivo ho carries on lu's shoulders." his utterances, nud tho Pennsylvania Gcorgo Killiugworth, tent by Queen unsling their guns, wo wcro far beyond There havo been many Peruvian bark Joneses rose to their feet and sang tho Mary a ono of her agents, in 1555, to Czar Ivan tho Terrible, is said to have tho chance of being hit. We entered jokes since, but that was then fresh to ancient Welsh battle-son- g of tho clnn: flvo feet two inches long. too fresh, perhaps. But ono finds Johnun Jonoata' UlJy lji U mwaldy ynn thj, had a beard each hamlet in tlio samo style, sending ino grnnnJJ. In tho olden timo, when every part ol goats and elicep flying, women and chil- plenty of funny peoplo at 22, nnd I littlo There was a decided contest for ttio tho body had its prioo, tho Ward was dren madly rushing to the first place of dreamed that my entertainer tho green Trcasurcrship, but John Jones, of Green valued at 20 shillings a largo sum for refuge, under tho belief that we wcro a young man by tlio namo of Brown-- was tho timo while tlio loss of a leg was destined to mako tho whole- world county, was finally elected. Ho said: party of Ersari raiders executing a foray, "Inigo " only estimated at 12 shillings. for this is exactly the way in winch an laugh, and weep, too, when it heard of And tho whole mighty mass of JonesWo can cosily imagino that, at periods alcman is carried out. Tho raiders ap- his death. And how fortunato it was that I didn't crowd him out of his situa- es ttood up on tho benches and chairs when tho Ward and whiskers were looked proach quietly, but when within "a and tables to applaud and sing. upon as ornamental, false Wards wcro meosurablo distance" of tho village thoy tion on that memorable visit but wo John Jones was then elected Corre- substituted for tho gcuuiuo article. Pewon't speak of that. ire bent on plundering thoy put their It did occur to mo as ho drovo sponding Secretary, nfter which tho fol- dro IV., of Aragon (1351), found himsolf norses to tho top of their speed, and, to prohibit his Cutalouian sword in hand, dash liko lightning into back in tho buggy that my now friend lowing gentlemen were appointed an compelled subjects from wearing false Wards. But was tho least bit eccentric After riding Executivo Oommitteo: tho placo, cutting down everyone leforo John Jones, John Jones, John Jones, tho most singular substitute is tho goldbo can run to his bouse for arms, and along in silcneo for a timo ho suddenly en board winch, ChrysosU inus says, was declared that ho liked me, and asked mo John Jones, John Jones. then, seizing on everything movable, Tho bund played tho family anthem: worn by tho Kings of Persia. Suetonius including children, aroaway again before if I had any objectiou to ono embrace. llUCUumibU, lappy'll, says tho samo of Caligula, tho Ilomaii resistance can bo organized. Entering Then ho attempted to throw his arms llwll jy Joneace, bvTtnn brru tut around me, but, owing to tho darkness, Emperor. Accoiding toAudreos Favyn, ono village in this fashion, a group of tho Kings of France of tho first d; nasty v mutts. eld men were seen talking together in I suppose, ho embraced a new plug hat vi.VM.tnt: that I wore, and when ho let go it was wore Wads eutwiued with gold threads. tho iniddlo of tho thoroughfare. Tho The plumage of birds is com osed oi brother of n Khan, whoso namo I won't crashed into a shapeless mass. He materials which are bad conductors oi Duko Beuatus, of Lorraine, was the last, ho wore at tho fu mention, charged them at racing speed. apologized profusely when he discovered heat, and are bo disposed as to contain and it is related that who died Tho men, fully behoving that wo wcro what ho had dono, appeared to give in their iuterstices n great quantity oi neral of Charles of Burgundy, at Nancy, in 1177,n beard of goldthread 12nari horsemen, rushed right and left, way to a momentary burst of tears, and uir, without leaving it bpaco to circulate. girdle. Beards l'hcro was ono who couldn't got out of then said that Shakspcaru wouldn't have For such species as inhabit tho colder hanging down to his succeeded as a local editor, becauso he used to W taxed in England. Iu Europu quickly enough. tho way climates a btill moro effectual provision Tho rider, n tho necessary fancy and imagiuud a portiorf of Asia beards prevail, mouilah or priest to boot, directed his hadn't is made ; for under tho ordinary plum-ognation I Barring on uurcosouablo we go Wyoud Iudia, when they iitocd straight at him und dashed him which is adapted to resist tho wind until to drivo off tho canal bridgo into the Gradually disappear. tenacious to the ground. and rain, n still finer and more delicate I was obliged T prevailed upon him to to Wp up with tho rest of tho party, water, which down is found, which intercepts tho iioir .vor.i.v atitts auk vovhtku. (or if I held back I ran imminent danger relinquish with somo difficulty, wt hcjtt which would otlierwiso escapo In tho evening tho soldiers, seated reached tho city without further inci of being massacred by tho enraged vilwith tlio warriors in thoir wigwams, dent. His humorous account of the through tho coarser plumage. lagers when I como up. As long us "o school exhibition in tho next What tho plumagu does for tho bird, were placed iu rows, with tho squuwa r day's ictual harm was douo beyond scaring confirmed mo in tlio impression that wool for tho animal, and clothing for sitting opposite tho undo portion of tho tho villagers, and as I taw it was ono of tho young man by tlio namo of Brown tho man, snow does iu winter for tho party. In this inxsitiou tho company tho customs of tho country, I didn't IKJssessed a rare streak of original hu- boil. Tho farmer uud tho gardener look entertained themselves by iudulgiug in uuiicl theso simulated forays ; but, alter with dismay at a hard and continued a rude and picturesque form of Indian mor. Tho following autumn ho pubtlio incident referred to, my face wore frost which Is not preceded by a full ol courtship. Tho soldiers, when tho lished tho first Artemus Ward letter such a grave expression of disapproval that was extensively copied, an account snow. For the snow is nearly a non- women wero not looking, would pelt thatMakdumkull himself felt called upon conductor, and when sufficiently deep them with bmall pebbles or little kernels to tay something. Riding to my Bide ho of tho Atlantio cable celebration in may bo considered as absolutely so. of corn. Tho Hquaws throw tho pebbles Ualdwinswllo, followed soon after by the asked whether in Fraugistan wo did such Tho surfuco may then fore full to n tem or corn nway disdainfully. Tho unlucky things. I replied rather curtly that wo "Freo Lovers of Derliu Heights," and perature greutly below 02 degrees, but fellow who threw rom that timo his progress was rupiduud it was thereby in did uot, and relupbod iulo silence. After formed that tho girl would have nothing brilliant, and within less than two yenrt tlio ImjUoiu in contact with tho vegetathis tho Khun forbado uch exhibitions ho tion of tho soil does not share in this of his suit uud that his cuse was hoiie-les- s. took his Vlaco at tho head of Ameriduring tho remainder of tho rido. Ono fall of tenqierutuie, remaining at 32 deIf the girl looked lingering at tho can humorists. cuu scarce understand treating o eu one's grees a temperature ut that season not jichblo und did not throw it away, but fashenemies in this fruitlessly reckless business is growing incompatible with the vegetable organ- retained it, then tho persou who throw Tub ion ; and yet there the aggrieved pooplo to vast proportion ization. Thus the roots uud young was to understand that tho girl wished in this country, eswcro uot only Turcomans but even pecially in Chicago, which now has ill shoots are protected from n destructive timo to consider bis suit, but that he of the uggressors, I have operation more cunning factories than cold. had still cause for hope. Dut if sho never been uctunlly in tho midst of u tho whole of tlio rest of the country, threw the pebble or kernel directly real Turcoman foray ; but from what I I'riuos ut tho factory uro 20 cents a IIOWIU Sl.KKl' IS ItLKKVlXa cut. back, then his suit was successful uud have seen of tlio fashion iu which friends (Miami for cooked 1. Get u berth iu tho foro part of tho she accepted mid 25 cents a him. HVWmi corretpon-dint- . uro treated I cun imagine tho car. This is bocuuso the pure air comes pound for invoked and pressed tongues, which toko placo whuu leal mischief io the can ued goods, of course, consisting in at tho front end and windows uud goes intended. Tub tlituks that tho quesentirely of good, nourishing food. This out ut tho rear end uud windows. I altake tho front upper ltrtli. My tion of tho actual pressure of tho wind XjIttlu i iiuu bos moro of an army kind of food hhould bo used iu many ways reason for taking tho upjier berth is bo- upon ruilroud structures is still unthan is generally supposed, or thou is more household than it is ut pieseut. cuuso it is freely ventilutcd and away touched, uid that tho first step to tho probably good for it. In timo of peaco In couutiy places where tho butcher's from tho hot pipes. 2. Huvo your berth solutiou of tho complex problems incurt u seldom teeu, w hat greater conit oouuts 40,277 men and ollleers, with venience can there bo tliuu that which made up head toward tho engine. This volved will W tho inauguration of an 10,014 horses und 201 field andsiego will keep all draughts of air from your u and systcmalio series of oxeri-mout- s guns, and on a war footing 103,083 men, enables the housewife at a moment's ou tho comparative resistances of to place ou tho table tho best ol head uud prevent taking cold. If the 13,800hortms and 2t0 guns. Tho militia beef, tongue, hum, bacon, chicken oi car is very tight put n lead pencil under different shaped bridge memWrs, uud reserve cotupriso 120,000 men. tho window at your foot iii case of n ou tho influence of tho shelter afforded turkey. lower berth; or, iu case of tlio upper by tlio windward girder ou tho other exAiuojKCTof discussion before an agTub old Go eminent Houso at Mon- berth, ojien tho hind sky window utyour posed surfaces. ricultural society is; " Which Is tho uutsuneo, tho Canada thistle, treal, built iu tho sixteenth century by feet. 3. Fix your pillow in ono comer greatest At tho police headquarters in Paris a tho white daisy or tho English spar- - Claude do Itumsey, tho first Governor of of tho berth and your foot iu the other. ilio city, is Wing demolished to muko By lying crosswise you will uot roll iu very mature lady is colled up us witness. row?" ay for Improvement. your be'th. Chicago Hotel Jlejnrter, Tho Presidents "Your ago?" Thc as rMulling from All illaca lody, with hesitation "Thiry-niuCatarrh la the seed of consumption, and tlabllltr, mesial anxiety, itKra-te- a Mfvout til'UAKKit KKimi was wounded four years, sir," Tho I'ribldent, beuovo- unleaa taken In time la a rerjr dangerom of spirit and functional deriogeoient of times during tho war. loutly: " Havo u littlo courage, my dear mtvoh irttaa, cured by German Invliio- - diaease, Haifa Catarrh Cure never fallt Pure bred Little Yorkahlte boar pigs lady ao on." gas adfertkwHBwt. For sale Ly Iocum, Price 7fio Bold by Penny & Mc ntor. AlUter, s HcAiirtw. for sale. W. J. GIIIIipU, Lowell, Ky. It Be honest and pay your subacription. anto-bcllnn y g Evan-gelino- 's bou-satio us Hunny-tcmperc- 3itri0r30HrMl A11TJ1MVS H'AIW. Tftr. juskx rAMtir j.t.vo.v. For many yesis this family has talked of n reunion, but tho difficulty was lo A ncr.sii rotrn tKAHl is tts-nni:- tKRHir- - IjoJgjLSlf Ira jTr,Pi-- l CXCKCR rURKCTOHT. fefrtftr. - TAU Bf lw II. 0. Mortlmn. MKTI10IHT,HOUT!l.-Ka-T. morning n Vttytt Mrtilnt ttirr tho IhlrJ ThurMiij nlihl. Hunl7 Kchool at tuv a. h. Hot II ( Mottlmn, SiltlnUnlftil. MNOK Chicago ItOUXJG.5' nliklirt Louisville, New Albany & riV-Vi.M- j"" JWHS W HtffWiAMTWtj " . ! I'J mfciuxnvr, n.f.' noon, BumUr Hchool i 1 HuptrlnltnuVnt CIIIIIHTIAN.-Woriblptif BArTIMT nljhl, -- Kir J M lUuri, rito7. Hmi7i n. outlh Sunlra, morning mi J tlrlln mr WHnraUr tiler, 10 Railway. IttJNNINCI a. H, K. K. 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It takon INTERNALLY, unit BI00U acts OIRCCTLV upon th SjaHim. anil It Mucous Burtacos or the tho lie.t Blood Putlfloc In tho WOULD, nnd Is worth ALL that la mono. ctiarnou for It, tor Cuvltf-Chron- In ralaceL'ara Without Hiiara OUXVMO SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Kroai lAultilllai wltbtchan( receive arcclai low ralca Uce At. all ol IMa t ominy for tatrt, routaa Ac, or will. C.T. AUOKf, C. P. At. A. '" Loula.lll. Kr. FMIRRANTQ IO ""'a rim.a on Ih. Hn. ol thla roaj will o. d O.JX-11 that CNL7 IKIERKAL CURE Ami ms offer On. Hundrml Oollnra tor nnf C.iai of Catarrh It wilt not Curt.. leriKTin: MAitKirr.Al WILLCLHt: A.NV 4JAHK. Don't Be Led Astray! glass-work- a American Assets, JOHN L INIDN (.'iiiaiau, 111 J nnn 4, 1 WU, i ilruri. J, LnenrwiT1 m, iwwo,lorcrmlnT too In Uenllrmtti Uki Hist t lmo ucU IUIV Catarrh tum. It ),. rurnlmo- - IwnrfrybaJ ami lon t imltalalo ar 'katlt will mn any raaoct Latarrblf lakrn Yuurs trulr. luperl. rf U. I UTIIIUVW, WORTH 810 A 1IOTTLK.V IT T I UaHBa n ITlfti ?, tia.l Catarrh ford) rear. 'llan'a'catarrhCuracumt ma cXinsKlcrltvorUiliauiaixitna. tiottkv I WSoia by all Drurcbta al 55 eta. CO. ManufarturM an.1 ankl kr V J CllKhXY TUUMO, OHIO. tuJ r Ily lb pf ullttlr KorJcJ a.lirrlltrincutaer rlttl loulra, whl(h ar llabl to tlrrrlt Ih ubllc llihoiiril anJ lJuKkral lUiut from Clnaln nail VVnl la the & 10 IR.W. Hours ! alla rr Cincinnati to St. Louis Ilouia abraj of all olbrr line. 4 Tu.Miruiicc Company ! 85,212,737 81 Losses paid in 31 years in U. S. exceed $31,000,000.00 Solid, I'mmpt nml Homirnlilc. Vajn losirs VTltliout CO tlajs' tllseuiint. Does tho Leading American Tullrli written liy Kor nl. In tltanluM lr l'ernj A Mr A Hit tr. 4 f 12 Dally Titlna, with nochanceof rara for any cilia ol eMrOrre. IJilly Train. Io wild Free Parlor Afflicted, Attention I)K. GANN'SItEMEDIES! FOR TnE MILLION. UANUKAITUKKD 11V to 2I'lly Tralnaother Ktanat the, 4 boura Io of all rout, wltuoaleehanf 21ally 2 of cara. Tralna loftlro, 7 hour, quicker than linn, and no change of rara. Dally Tralna Io Mew Otlraaa. No ckaofeof ra from Cincinnati. ciJL,iV.Kafu tu-- " Hours Chl", UouU" W. K. (IANN, M. U., Business. M. PHILIPS, FIBST-CLAI- Agent. (XISIPANI MX OTHUU al Ike tauia ajfnrr. Ilalra rraaonaUn III- - THE BEST OF ALL do-si- re LINIMENT! foe than by otbrr llnra. Th. O. Jf. la the only line with i Dally Trilm from llnclnnall to Hi. loula, luakloc Ollnt The wi.rll It Olli- -I wllh Ilia woinlrrful, runurciiona in iu union lal HI. Iiultl wlih a ii, I Inlrlrata luirnllona ol mau, yrt all tb. ruiubluni Ulcut atkl geului that tb. wwrM haa er-- rr Ulawuit I'aclBc lUllway.Ml. Inula. Iron W oun- tain AKouthrru lUllway, Chlcaico Alton knon linnrirr inlurrl auytblne that ran road. I'blraro. llurllnnUin A Uulurr llallroaJ. Hall, M-arouiuaro with "Dr. liauu'a lUiunlln'' Mnllral ok.uk AMI. loult lullroaJ, VVaUth. hu lultA t, lallnl to Jlaeutar kill an,l arlrnr. hate, aa IVIDo IUIlroa.1, Mltwurl, Kaniae A Trial Kail any thlnjc niual to thru, for lb. cur of lb. illa-eafor which tlicy ar Aa luair waj. Ml Inula A Han r'raniliro lUllway. Tlttuia anJ una ar uraliul br tbouaauJa lliruuib- out Ih. length nj WraJth ol Ilia Ulel, anU at Imprest This Upon Your Memory. HtainIarJ Mnlltlmia. thrr cannot b. .s- . ,t. ?f . It tbeonlrllo Tb rrlloJ, an I ar. fully aubatautlatol by Ih. ttronj-ca- t b which tou can art tbruuib ran Iroui Cincinnati to HI. Inula toatliuunlala. tor Coubt, lolli, ("roup, llronrhllla, tkntuuip-tlo- n wiinouiioaeiira late In aJJIIIon to tuouey 1 for llckri. auj all lIlMaaraa ul Ih. Throat auj Luui, lorilcktit. rate. or anr lnloinialloo,rall ou Airuttof ronueclloe llnra. Vho Dr. Oiiiiii'm CoiikIi Nyriip. Ticket IN at, flint rill aim VValuut Hotel, , WretlouiU at. llrauJ Kor IJrrtViuptalnt,I)ji-alalnJIritlon.Jiun illie, t'outtlullou, Hour Moiuuli anJ all llllluui blllLIIIUdlllwij,,uiroutufllllatrt. lJlarajea, VV W. 11, HIIATTUC, W.rKAIIODV, tlru'l JUmjrr. tleu I I'aawnar At Uho llnclnnall. UaiiirN Cure. J. D. Illl.l, I'aurnfrr Arrnt, Ibanoa, Ky For libcuuialUin, N curala-la- , Upraloi, llrklar anJ Mwtlllugi-iiioilirnal a,,catlon for luan or MorrricELLo. ky. Kansas City TSsr&J!zs: lcl f rinpinnnin Ir. I.lv'r beaat IIho Vnu 1!hu Dr. (Jhiiii'm f.liiliiit'iit. llurnt, Flttula ao,l all mil nm beast. im Tor I'llra, llriuorrbolilt, KENTUCKY CENTRAL A. H. -- TIIK M(WT DWIIUUI.K KOUTK lullar Jlwaxa, pa-le- IIIU tlio only tulii rullnnco for tlio relief o( urclduiiM nml iiuln. It li u inwllolnc nboru jirlco iniil iniU tlie boat of Iu bind. I urcv erv fotuicjf cxUniul naln mciiiiiaiiiaiaiiri.iitiuieiitliaalineii known toinllllnnH ull over tliu worM For morn limn n tlilnl of n ccntnry tlio Dr. (iiiiurH lllo Oiiiliiirut. auj Oil Hone, et T-O- Tor t'rrah Cult, liurna, Ulccra MEXICAN SMna Mnlmrnt Is wllliout an cfiiml. 11 all mill iiiiiaclo to mukltitf tliu contlnu- anooof lulu nml lnluiiiiinutloii limxu. allilR. Itst'iruclmilHiii IIuiiihii I'lealiaiiil uru vquauy voiun i iiuiiiniiui ful. Tlio Jlejlruu OllltlUCIlt. line Dr.JmiirN Niouiucli A Dr. Uiiiiii'm ltUlt'r-Ntro- IlVJI3VNArJ?I! AnJ JrclJeJIr tb 1'ovular Iloul. aOorJIinr. aa It iloua, teat thangea auj auurrlor accouiuoJatlon. to ciiclratiii aery buiie TbeNoilh, MorlliwratanJ Weat. In fact. If you l'oiu,lalnt. Malarial rarrr anJ all iwilodlral muuniiltte a ttlii Iu auy dim lion, your lutertal Diaeaeca. UanufutunJ auj for sale Ly will be by uribaalu( your llckela la K. C anJ Clmlnnatl. 'iTralua each way i, full luan I'alar I. ara; hlreaut Nw Day Coach, anJ hauJaouialy rurulthej Kecllulnf Chair Cera lorni Hot. irirllur, Moullrclki, Ky AII orJcrt tli um.juilcj uluiuula of (bit OU lUllabl, by mall will ruch. ioui,t atleulloii. thereby waklnna trip oim thla line on ollutu-rlou- a comfort auj ilrajur. Try It. LeilM-rtcJ lltllaU. Tonic. auj alto rurra ltlttrM A,tlrr anJ ItlooJ I'urlA.r, I);iula, InJIitntlon, LUcr Minouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, w. ic. 3r. d., M-- MUSTANG MICH Uy LlnlniMit la liootlotl tv Aoiiifltnilv !n every houso. J.vcry tlay brlii'o nuwi of (lie irouy oruit utnil mmIi1ui' liurit iibtluotj, of rlieuuiNllo ri Blurt!, or ft Niituitie ituraci r x TIMK TAIILK. IH UFFKOT MAY 10. Uli. bout II. No. a. aTu 4Ua u 10 60 u 11 SO a u I It p u li to l io I SI u Ul a tu u iu No. 00 20 60 6 25 S 4 15 7 SO Ut It 31 14 IU 4. No. 4. Ul uieut-cuiiiiin- g mrlrj Kentucky's -- Itouto East UiU UUiUlllg JHJWLT UI WW J LINIMENT ItllttUIUHElaill. Nlvaltliifa. fl,ir uiuis. imiiriirifu jiiuaciea, jiurila und Nrulila, Cut., Jlrulae uitil Niiralna, 1'iiUoitoiM Ultra ami MluK, Mlinirat, , Old Nurra, I'liria, 1'iual llliUlua. Nor Nliiolra, uL .uit, mn form m wiKrunl ills- -. lailreil It hrala lrlllioiit arHra, or IllO llULTIi CUK4T10N It rui 04 niirmua, niviiuiy, niiir uiiliila, I 'ou Hilar, Kuriica Korea, Hoof HU-a- a, I'oot Hut, tttrtw oi m. llulloir Iliiru, Nrratihra, 11 Inil-KNinvlu, Tliruali, lllniitiiiiie, Old Morr., I'ull i:vll, I'illil upon tlio Mulit anil every utlirr alliutut ! vlilili the miuuiiI uf tun Nlalil ami Muck Vuul uie Ilulilr. Ilia Blailrun MukUliir f.liiliiiaiia always cure and uuvir liUuimuUiUi nnd Ul3, ponlUycly , which piillly enrca amch nllmrnts of tliii ULAIAN nt Washington, PliilailelphiaN.Y. Tb only line runniug " L'yuthlaua . " I'arla. Air. ljiiloittou.. Lve. laluntou Arr. Wlutnrilrr " Ml, rllerllua-1- L. Cuilnntou " Falmouth Tli" i u p u li u Ul 4 5 81 lOpu ( ni IU 7 Cl)iu p ui I u i a io pw 4'il'Ul Tl I'm pu Ix-c- f " rull PULLMAN NEW SLEEFINO CARS AHD- -- AablauJ HuntluKtou, Muaiu. , linuir Xipiu No. i. u IU ui No. S. 0 No.b. A SOLID TRAIN rtutu unj' LlllH.lllCtC'llUlllllHUHHII.VX iiiKtoH, liy Lin. Iluollliitou , " AakUnJU. Ml, hurling ' Wlucbralrr Arr. Lie. Leiluktou. , " I'arla. , ' Faluiouth. Arr. Uuilunton " t'yulblan.. VV uo-tic- ll, WASHINGTON CITY. Counecllog Iu Miue drul s: n": K la p u 4ll.ln 20 p ui SOopui a Ull t 00 p Ul CtOpui MAYHVIL1.K DIVISION. 10 a ao c io a 7 00 a 7 3u a JO a 0 10 a 48 u p ui au p SMau 00 a am. ui a ui 0 25 cut 7 a u 10 0J a u II SO a ui IMpiu ui l 07 p u 1 Mp in ui li 55 p u 2 40pm ni J 00 p ui sco pu u a p u S 40pui u u SO iu S 4 11 SO it!il'.!lixl"lf!!'uA4"u,A"r' !'. '.'. with ful tralna lor THE BEST OP ALU r p LINIMENTS 703 VAX OR rv EIABT. from f U?J J!'.lir- - ui .uu JJr to VVath ugtou, I'ulliuau bleepcra to Kana. The Direct to Lynchburg, Dan-vill- e, ,!ul..,'.1,,tW- Vf' Utlonou K. ""'J 11. U,wber.tlui llglttu. No. 3 rum dally Norfolk, except Bunday, baa through coachee to lluuilug. too No. ruut dally Hunday between Coilualon auj Uiliiilou. No. 5 runt dallri and haa clitul day coach frou Wublngl tou. Fullniau UlaePcr frou Kanawha Fall, onj 1'ointa. (alloc cara from Leilogiou to Uuiluoatl. Ouly etona. Not. 1 auj a iud dally, except 8uu-da- y, For llckela ami lurlher luforuiatloo. apply to tbroeauj bar through cuache. from llunllogtoa your uca.nl ticket offlc, or ad Jrcia and Ml. tflcrllng. Direct counectlou at Uiloitou J.1MIM V. KKNNT, .YMVaUKK1)'. haiMi'-- ' Ur.uc.burg.ty., Ueul Wrateru 310 W. MuluNI., lAiultTllL.ICy. O. W. BENDEIt, U UKOWN isresvxr Route Yorli. ' no. u IfSlualou jiajrarlll J SJut " ayiHI7 60Dut l.ln..M u w:... Hayaiill OOOau Uilutou SSjmi "l ata .it.pl All Virginia and North Carolina Y!' W.,J,T,,. Uea'l Maut.r, " tUcliUiouJ, Vlulnla. W. 1'IILI.CH, tlen'l I'aaa'r Ag't. bupeclutenJent. Oen'l I'au. A Tkt. Oiuwal iiMiim. Uirlngtoo. Kt. 1'aie.ng.r Agent, Bt.ufoVj, ; a "',u, Ait '"' w