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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 13, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883071301_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 13, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'I VOLUME X.-NUM- end - Heekl I3ER aiitefio 13, mtftial NEW Coatl Tenon, For Dtpvpila, SERIES-NUMBE- 510. Tho Virginia Duel. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY The Value of a CooJ Reputation. Tho hardest work in tho world is that of reestablishing n good reputation when nnco lost. Young man, one" first class drunk will blast a reputation for sobrioty nnd business relia bility that has taken many years of pitient and correct deportment to build up. Ono singlo shot fired from a revolver, or stab given with a knlfo whilo you nro wild from tho o fleets of strong drink, may consign you to tho penitentiary or to tho gallows. A goad uamo is batter than much gold. Less than two years ngo, a friend of ours, tho cashier of a National Bank, iu u not far distant city, wanted a messenger (toy. Tho jKmition was ono that many rich parents would havo bcon glad to Imvo thoir eons occupy. Tho cashier had his oyes nnd cars open, ho looked around through tho city, observed tho conduct of boys on tho streets nnd took notico ot their language. Ho nt last gnvo tho placo to the con ot a oor widow, because tho boy did not idlo away bis timo around stores, postoffico, hotels or saloons nnd did not snioko or swear. Remember, boys, that every bad hab it takes you away from respectability and happiness. THE SLIM TEACHER. 1883. R 103. W. P. W ALTOS, - . - Editor and Prepnttor fiibfiWiril Turin! nun inl lVif(il, HU.no lJ2Il ANNUM. "ricase don't atnt stamps In payment of sub scription, eirrpttornssechenrr, rnl then of de tiimilnarlnni not ot.r thrio ce nta. ighf Fillotn Stonto High, Tlwre Is a likelihood that tho now ll&ta archltcetural craze or tovrcr-likwill, liko many other cnucs, bo ruined by tho extremists who mlopt It. Ono Is now (leaigaod in Now York, at tho street nnilSov-ontcorner of Avenue, which is actually 10 stories, or 190 feet high. Such n building tw this is dangerous, and oo cupants, even if bravo enough to oc cupy tho upper floors, should not Ira allowed trf do it. It may bo said by snino that if a building is strong and is supplied by with good elevators, or "vertical railways," as ono writer aptly terms them, it makes no 10 or 20 stories high. Thcro is always danger of fire, nnd in that event occupants of theso lofty structures nro almost certain of cronm tion. Thcro is danger in elevators; danger nml inconvcnicnca from high windf, and ahovo all, and ono that should Imvo weight with landlords, ii the great icnsa of insecurity which always nttends jteoplo at high clovn-tionIt would tako eoplo of strong nerves and impassivo natures to live with any feeling of safety on tho 16th story of an apartment building. Chicago Herald. Fifty-wsvcnth h dillcr-encoifit- (Jen, Joseph K Johnston, who is nt Atlantic City, said in nn Intcrviow: "I am glad, nnd I havo no doubt tho peoplo of Virginia nro glad, that tho outcome ol lull duel has boon such ns not to mnko it a subject for ridiculo to tho press of I ho country. Ono of' tho participants was wounded, Tho affair was not blood lesi, as havo been tho half dozon duels fought in Virginia in tho last two or thrco years. Mr. Jleirno is, I think, a nntivo of Green brier county, Wost Virginia, but has lived in Richmond, Va,, over sinco tho war, having becomo proprietor of tho Stale nt tho death of J. Hampden Chamberlayno. 121am is n nativo, I think, of North Carolina. Ho is not respected or highly thought of among tho hotter class of peoplo in Virginin. Indeed thcro nro very few reputnblo whito peoplo in Mahono'a party. o Mn-bon- owns tho Whig, nnd ho owns Knocked into Religion. It Trrepprtcd that a young man in Goorgt reccutly got religion by electricity. Ho was known as tho wickedest follow round about and scorn fully refused attempts to convert him that wcro made by tho revivalist hold- Whilo in ini? tho fort at that place. the field an angry caiuo and soda vjvid.fluhea ot lightning liegan to play aroHBil in tho neighborhood ol tho wicked young man. Boon n bolt cama along nnd knocked him winding over tho cotton rows. Tho falling rain-dro- pi in his faco revived him af ter a fow minutes aud ho proceeded toward tho homo, but just before en tering tho gato ho received another electric shock which laid him prostrato and helpless on tho ground. Koviv rain-clou- lug again, he nent into tho homo and related to his wife tho ordeal ho ho had jurtfcastcd through and how near ho had approached death. Next day ho went to town, Iwught a bible, nttend-cchurch during tho gracious revival, and embraced religion. This is ono instance where a man got religion by electricity. How to Tale a Giri's Arm. The vulgar habit of clutching n girl midway between tho elbow nnd tho shoulder blado is indulged in only by the dude; by gentleman, never. Tho Southern gentleman of culture bend his arm at tho elbow, tho latter mem. bcr resting an his hip, whilo his hand is allowed to run straight out in front of him. In tho nich thus formed tho arm of tho lady is allowed to rest, her dainty hand notther touching his broad palm nor any other part of his arm, but is allowed to dauglo gracefully at tho side of bis wrist. Tho support thus furnished tho fair ono is more so euro than the old stylo of allowing tho tips ol tho fingers to rest lightly on tho aluevo of tho gentlcmnii'd coat. . Naahvjllo Uauner. A Statui: ofGi:m:iiai. Li:i:. Tlio steamer New Orleans brought from that city the model of a statue of Gen. 11. E. Leo, which is to be erected there. It is consigned to tho Henry Uronzo Manufacturing At Bouuard Company, who will cast it. "Tho o monument," said Mr. Girad, tho Secretary of tho Company, "will bo 111 feet high. Tho statue, represent, ing the Geuoral in full uniform with bis arms folded, will bo 10 feet in height ami will stand on n Dorio column 05 fcot high. Tho nnmo of Tiv oil Square, where the monument is to bo placed, will bo changed to Leo Circle." Tho month of Juno was remarkable for tho number of spots that appeared upon tho sun. No such number has appeared before in tho samo length of time elnee attention has been given to tliqUH7at tho Cincinnati Observatory. Prof. Wilsou, tho present astronomer, estimated that tho uggregato ureu of thwo spots was greater thau that of a huudrcd oarthi. CIim. & Mayer, 127 W, Mmibon street, Louisville, nays: "I have used lirown's Iron Blttera with the best of results for indigestion." en-tir- That social nuisanco of young men grasping tho arms of young ladies when walking together on tho streets, thus reversing tho natural order of things, is severely condemned by sov oral influential Southern journalists as cultivating n personal intimacy between the sexes that should not exist. Tho belief that this indecorous cus torn was introduced into New York from licentious Franco, and thence found iU way into this part of tho Ho Ira Satisfied With Thingt at The Wero. United States, upon investigation has "It is a great pily'said tho minister proven unfounded. Tho custom is In a fad tono, to a German clothing probably indigenous to all climes where merchant, "that Adam fell." tools Uourish. Frankfort Commonwealth. "I don'd know aboud dot." "It brought sin in tho world and How Coun Gitows in Kansas. entailed upon all succeeding genera Wo are having wonderful growing tions a life of grief nnd woo." weather sinco tho heat began. One "Dot ish vot you mako oud mid illustration will servo to show the it." rapid growth of vegetation. A gen"And isn't it a correct statement?" tleman sitting under n trco in bis yard "I tink not mit everybody." looked toward his corn field nnd no"Wern't wo nil included in tho di- ticed n stump that rosd about a foot vine wrath?" abovo tho corn. Iu nu hour or so he "May po dot ish so; but mino frcnt looked that way again and tho stump ecf doso tiugs vould po der samo now, was no longer visible, tho corn havdon'd you cchmilo at vot a spccbticlo Picas-anto- n ing grown up and covered it. I vould't po no schob lots in fig leafs, Observer. ii nd vot could a man do selling clod-inTho now passenger rates on tho nvay pelow cost ven it don'd cost railroads of Kansas, as fixed by recent uuddin to go oud und yoost pull a law at thrco cents per mile, went into wholo suit cut oud u der lates sthylo effect ou Juno 1. At tho samo time righdtpy n trco in ter before panlt tho managers of tho roads abolished ofl n man's dvucllink? Not mooch, half-fa-ro rates to clergymen, excurmino frcnt; I Units I likes id better sion rates to theatrical parties and ash goot to bo yoost asli der Lordt mileage commutation. They conclud makes id oud mid himself." ed that tho tamo law which reduced CuKi:FOuSLi:L'iLi3.vr.s3 A Ken- tho faro rates to uniformity, mado tucky politician, troubled with insom- theso special rates illegal. nia, waa telling a friend, who, by tho Tho following is a recipo for n lotion way, isn noted wit of that State, of for removing suuburu aud freckles: his condition, when his friend said ho Put two spoonfuls of sweet cream into had becu alllicted that way himself, half n pint of now milk; iqueczo into but had found u euro fur it. it tho juico of alomon; add half a glass "For heaven's sako tell mo what it of good brandy aud a littlo alum aud is!" loaf sugar. Boil tho wholo aud skim "Well, Colonel, just before retiring I tako n big drink of whisky, then I well; when cool, bottle. Apply to tho faco twico a day. go to bed, nnd if I don't go to sleep in g Elam, who edits it. Mr. Klam says or writoi nuything Mahono dictates in tho interest of Mahonoism. Tho sympathies of tho reputnblo classes nro entirely with lleirne. You know tho laws of Virginia are more sovcro against dueling than arsnssination. Thoy nro too tovcro to bo enforced, for no sovcro law can bo enforced un less public opinion is in tho support of it; consequently, although by tho stnlutu any ono participating in any way is disfanchiscd, you eco tho Legislature passing bills every now and then wholo batches of men disfranchised in that way." When asked if a Virginia jury would acquit lleirne if Klam should die,Gcn-cm- l Johnston said positively that ho thought it would. an hour, I get up anddouble tho dose. Then I go to bed and tako two more big drinks nnd try it again. If I am still sleepless, I get up nnd tako an other big ono nnd by that timo I mn so drunk that I don't care n d if I never go to sleep." Merchont Traveler. iv spooniui ot lime wnter ana a spoonful of sweet oil beaten well to gether and applied with a feather di redly to n burn, relioves tho smart aud prevents blistering. When this remedy is not at hand, common baking soda put directly nn tho burn and moistened will givo immediato relief. 1 havo often noticed that gallant Vico President was over made Presi- young men walking with their Bweet dent by tho eoplo. It is natural to hearts o"er their left arm, while resent tho accident that gave tho Vico married men with their wives President tho placo. They regard a offer tho right arm, Why is this? Vice President as children do a step- Klith. The left arm is nearest tho mother. Ho is looked upon ns tem- heart; tho right arm is nearest tho pocket-boo- k. porary a dovico to eavo an election Philadelpnia News. n something to stop a gap a lighter "Is Mrs. Samuolson in?" asked Mrs. a political raft. Ho holds tho horse Bezumbco of tho sorvant i(t tho house until another rider is found. Peoplo of the former on Austin nvonuo. "No, do not wish death to suggest nominees mum, sho tolo mo herielf to tolo you for tho Presidency. I do not beliovo she wusu't in." "That's very kind iu it will bo possible for Mr. Arthur, no her. Pieaso toll Mrs. Samuelsou that matter how well ho acts, to overcome I didn't call this afternoon." Texas Bob Iugcrsoll. this feeling. Siftiugs. Fowls do not liko to scratch in their Here is n hint for potato growers. own manure. Auvantago may bo A man used a quart of sawdust iu taken of this fact to keep them from each hil 1 of potatoes in one plot aad scratching up seeds sown iu the gar- none in another. Tho sawdust bill den. If tho droppings of tho hen yieldod nearly twico as much as the roost are scattered over freshly plaut- - others aud the tubers wero larger and ed bods the fowls will scratch else smoother. where. The rains aud cultivation "I was so mad at Ueorgo last night,' will soon carry tho fertility given by said n girl of her sweetheart. "Yes," tho manure where rooU can roach it. sail herillnnturod brother, "I notic A New York girl has set the fash- ed when I looked in tho parlor that ion of eouding around notices to her you were up in arms." No No Chanck von AitTiiun. d WIX.13UH. Studtntt rtttived any ttwJfc day of tho year. Bummer uuion now open ut recriting ttudentt. wing. Kegular 10, ay A McAllslrr, SUob'd, N. iBaifca. NmiI lall Session, bept. IS. 1883. iiii3i,,Ju jB It. II. Wil bourne, Oweuton, says: friends that ho has given her lover wm rlto. Tiuae, ate. CUm, uTtW oiia 4 .... !...-tS.k W a aM. Veruoo. U llj ,- imStuus tL. Mranvllf W a. 4 u Ulu Ihmal, stMlkil our but eltluatfoiU say to ths Oaiof falMM AllUwta.,!" OvuillU U MtuUI. (naadiM r..uaai., S. Tla. I.H.U.J W W4.U Ik. fall tho grand bounce. Any one wanting "Brown's Iron Bitters has giveu mo publie that he hu tried mil's CatarrbCute Awodluthe wlss Is sufficient Kever urgUct ll4rais KW.MM WO. Inm ta . S4 TrtJ S.J, ImI!s Tuiuw. ,Si, K.I..T. t4 VM. Umllr. fct..l BIM.SU M ISl. Cll.f I.. llbl&l lk aika kJl.fU &. ll. I at........ uJ.f IU pftfoMt. L when a Lutlleodlrown'e Kic-lorsM. ttu ... . cfcars. wk. . I a. awe ..IM IdSalSar. lover cau then prepare mora benefit than all medicines and and it is all that is claimed for it. Price a coughwill cure you a second-han- d hIhiIh U IS. w .ch m's Ullwa Ul U aiti. O.tr w for sale by I'euoyiMcAlistcr, tvUfntty a . .M. .M . VW.l. I...WI.. .M.IIISf lajUtaMWa MAS., MM Ifw. MWtf SI p4mi M, Ta. D.f ftM.I SMislt. Iw Ml rMtfcaLvs, eiiiiM physicians combined," to claw him iu. WILMUtl H. SMITH, Preet. Uatnasten, Kir. 76a per bottle, at Pnnr .V McAIUter's. Stanford, and W. M, WeUr, Mt Veruoa. Drowu's Kxivctoiant cured bltu Tor sale by I'm. end W M VWbrr ftlck IlmuUelie. doubt you havo all tho Olironle Dlr. lenrnin' that's required in n school thaw, Jaundice, Impurity ot tlio lonelier, but it wixnU mora than learntn' llloori, Fcrer dJ to mako n man ablo to leach school in lAiru, Malaria, Oranlxjrry Guleh. You'll soon find that nd alt Dlicaare caused by De out it you try. Wo'vo had throe- who rangement of Llrer, lloneU and Kidneja. tried it on. Ono lays there in tho graveyard ; another lost lib oyo, tho last ono HTMPTOMS i OP A DtSKASETI MVER. Hi J nrcath J'alo In the Side, omctlmet Om miiultrn (of opened ncliool and left before noontime fain It felt under th Shouldcr-UidKheumatUm, general lots ol appetite t Ilowcla for tho IrcnofU ot lib licaltlu Ho hwn't Knerallr cxMtire, sometime alternating. wllhUi It troubled with and hearr. been back since. Now, you'ro a slender with considerable lota of pain, it dullaccompanied memory, mh a painful testa tion ollearing undone torn tiding build, nnd all your lonrnin' will only which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cough and flushed lace It sometimes an attendant, oftea mako it worse, for all our young folks mlitakea for consumption) the patient complaint aro roughs and don't stand no nonof wearinett and debility; nerrous, easily startled; feet cold or burning-- , sometimes a prickly sensation sense." of the skin eaitts; spirits arc low and despondent, eierds would be beneThis was what ono of tho trustees ot and, although satisfied thatsummon up fortitude to ficial, yet one can hardly try It In face, dittnitu every remedy. Several tho district said to my friend Harry ofihe above symptoms attend the disease, but Cases Flotoe, when ho mado application for tho hare occurred when but few of them eiltted, yet esamlnation after death has shown the IJrer to vacant position of teacher. have been catensivcly deranged. "Let mo try. I know I am elondur, It should b used by all peraons, old and young;, whenever any of the above but I am tough aud I havo a strong aymptoma appear. will," said Harry. Fersone Traveling- - or Id ring- - In Un"Jest as you liko. Thero'a the school healthy Localities, by taking a dote occasionally to leep the Uver In healthy action, will avoid house, and I'll havo notice given if you aU Malaria, lllllous attacks. Diiiiaeis. Niu. vnnt it done," said tho trustee .. iTowtincii. ueprcttion 01 Spirits, etc. It wui invigorate like a glass ol wine,, but la no In- said Hurry, "and open do," loiicmuna; ueveruge. next Monday at 9 a. m." If Tou hare eaten anything; bard ot digestion, or feel heavy afier meals, or sleepTho notico was given, and thoro was a less at night, take a dose and you will be relieved. good doul of oxcitement in tho gulch Timo and Doctors' 11111a will bo eared and along tho Yuba flats. Moro than by alwaya keeping the Regulator fifty youug oolo of both iwxea mado In the If onset For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly an oxcuso to drop into tho tavern to get safe purgatlrn, alterative and tonlo can never be out of place. The remedy is harmlesa a sight nt tho follow who thought ho nd does not lnterfero with buslnesa or pleasure. cou.d keep hcliool in Hint district, and many a contemptuous glanco fell on tho rrrnEi.Y veoetaiite. And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or slender form and youthful faco of the Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects. would-b- o A OoTemor'a Testimony. teacher. Simmons Liver Regulator has been In use In my night o'clock on Monday morning family for some time, and I am satisfied it Is a to the medical came, and Harry Flotoo wont down to valuable addition Ciu. Snoarta,science. of AU. Governor J tho school-houswith n key in ono hand lion. Alexander If. Stephens, of fla.. says Have derived some benefit from the use of aud n valise in tho other. Simmons Uver Krgulator, and with to give it a " Iteady to filopo if ha finds wo'ro too further trial. Tho only Tiling Hint nerer falls to mucli for him," said across-eyed- , rtelIevet.M I have used many remedies for Dys peptia. Liver Affection and Debility, but never follow of 18. have found anything to benefit me to the ettent Simmons Uver Keeulator lias. sent from Ktln. Tho school-hous- o was unlocked and oesota to tieorgla for it, and would send funher for the now teacher went to his desk. Soma such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim. ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only ot tho young folks went to see what ho thing that nevtr fails to relieve. I. M. Jatmrr, Minneapolis, Minn. was going to do, though school was not Dr. T. W. Mason says l From actual ex- onlled. perience in the use of Simmons Uver Regulator in am satisfied Harry opened his vnliso and took ont my practice 1 Ithart been and mcdiane. to use and prescribe at a purgative a largo licit. Then, after buckling it t '"Take only the Genuine, which always he Wrapper the red Z Trade-Ma- rk around his waist, ho put threo Colt's navy litre of J. II. ZEILIN CO. revolvers therein with six barrels, and a ' nY ALL DRUGGISTS bowio-knif- o eighteen inches in tho Wade. A littlo knot of men got into a dispute ho means business I" "Thunder! in Deadnood regarding somo of tho muttered tho cross-eye- d chap. The now teacher now took out a square ancientH. A part of tho crowd held that card about four inches each way, walked Cato was a great poet, while others asserted that ho was an orator, and it was to tho other end of tho school-hous- o finally agreed to leave it to a grocer and tucked it up against the wall. Returning to his desk, ho drew a revolver around tlio comer who was supposed to from his belt, and, quick as thought, be well posted on most all matters. Tho seut ball after ball into tho card, till crowd thereforo proceeded to his storo thcro wcro six bolls in a spot not much in a body, and tho spokesman brusquely queriod : larger than a silver dollar. "Say, Jim, cau you scttlo a dispute?" By this timo tho school-hous- o was half "Yes, sir," was tlio prompt reply. full of largo boys and girls. Tho littlo "Well, then, what was Cato's best ones wcro nfrnid to oomo in. Then tho teacher walked half way hold?" " Cato Cato hold on a minute," redown tho room with a bowio-knif- e in bis hand, nnd threw it with so true a plied Jim, as ho started for his desk. baud that it stuck quivering in tho cen- Ho opened bis lodger, ran down tho index to "O," glanced over tho names ter of tho card. Ho left it there and quietly put two and then rcturnod and said : " Don't find him here on my books, moro ot tho samo kind in his belt nnl and I ho was some scrub who reltiadod his pistol. King tho bell ; I am about to open jumiied in hero awhilo, got down to roots and then took tho cross-cu- t for school." Ho apoka to tho cross-oye- d boy tho Gunnison. Did ho go through any of bully of tho crowd and the boy rang tou?" Fon participation in the insurrection tho boll without a word. "Tho scholars will take their scats ; I of 1803-C- t, 83,431 Tolcs were condemned open school with a prayer," ho said, to perpetual expatriation und transported to Siberia or Itussia's outlying provsternly, five minutes later. Tho scholars sat down silently, almost inces. Aliovo 10,000 contrived to csc.ipo to foreign countries, but tho greater After tho prayer tho teachbreathless. er cocked a revolver and walked down number of these suflcrcd tlio loss ot their entire projerty, confiscated by tlio on tho floor. " Wo will arrungo tho classes," he state, and havo abandoned all hopo of said, "all who can read, writo and spoil ever returning to their nativo laud. will rise. Of thorn wo will form tho Three hundred and sixty patriots wero hanged in cold blood by their captors.' first class." Ho escorted them Fines to tho amount of 2,000,000 rubles Only six got up. to upper scats, and then ho began to wero levied on " tho Vistula provinces," examino tho rest. A whisper was beard aud 2,700 estates were sequestrated aud behind him. Iu a second he wheeled, conferred ou Itussian nobles. All tho publics libraries were either destroyed or revolver in baud s " No whispering allowed hero I " lie conveyed out of tho country by orders, und the outrages committhundered, aud for an iutitaut his ro volvcr lay on a level with tho cross-oye- d ted on defenseless women and ecclesiasboy's bead. tics coimtitiito ono of the mobt lo vol ting " I'll not do so any moro," gasped tho tdcorda of uuxlcru lii'Orv. bully. An English gentleman has had con"Boo you do not. I never givo a structed for his personal enjoyment a socond warning," said tho teacher, nnd novel vehicle, tolvo feet by six in size tho rovoluer full. and divided into two compartments, It took two hours to organizo the which ho calls a "land yacht." Tho classes, but when done thoy were well owner's sleeping-roois fitted exactly organized. liko a J achtmaii's cabin, leaving the foreThen camo recess. Tho teacher went part as a salorA, in which accommodaout too, for tho room was crowded and tion is tdso provided for a servant. This hot. A hawk was circling overhead high "land yacht" is so divided that it can iu tho air. Tho teacher draw his re- travel either by road or rail." volver, and tho next second the hawk camo tumbling down, among tho won Dentists say that the teeth grow worse with oach generation. dcring scholars. From that day on Harry kept school Catarrh is the eeed of consumption aad for two j curs in Cranberry Gulch, his udIcm taken in time is a very dangerous salary doubled after tho first quarter, dleae. Hall's Catarrh Cure never fall aud his pupils learned to loio as well as to cure. Price 75c Sold by Peony A respect him, and tho roolvers wero out of sight within a month. PILESI PILESI PILESt They had found a man at lost who Aeti lit; Iteming'change fromVlaeorerv fur could keep school This is a fuct the old reueJIes l'tlti Is a radical heretofore ta use. the Plstoier Is the result of Calcutta, has a population ofG8i,C58 vesreortttUatcientllIc study nd Inirstlgstton of whom aro males, and Into toe character of this tnnil disease. To cons souls, vince you ol Us great merit, call on 1'euuv A Mr. thogrcatorpartaroiu tho middle Allsler.Blaurord.ur W M. WsUr, Ml- Vriuoii, of these Tho number of young and get a aaui! hoi ol charge jwriod ot life, persous under 20 years of ago has insi Louis a. Watts, of Danville, lud., creased perceptibly, aud from this it is UtuJrUks couulry, sajs Is was glvoa up hy bit known that tho rosidout jwpulatiou is bully byslclsu lo die with causuuit!tou, lut " MisUr, no (rtna Ui Ran Francisco Chronicle.) EdIMlKH M'HTS&STAGG 1 - Opora House Block, DriiKH, G'liciHlcnlH, m. - IN Stanford, Ky., 1X2AXV12.IIH Wnll Paper. OIlN. nuiin, T.HIllpH, Our Jewelry, Silrcrwaro and Optical Gooda Department l In Charge of Col. Itichard, who will Hcpalr AUtchcs and Clocks Promptly and In the lost style. Thog. WIiich, MhrIcrI ItookM, I.lnttorH, iHNlriimeatH, , nitiiiiHii-rjA'OCKCI viKtirx, TeliaccoH. Cufflcrv. Noht. Perfumery, Fire ArntH, MhcIiIno iYccaien. H. Stanford, C. - RUPLEY, - "I I'll jflEItCIIANV TAIXjOK, Kentucky, - rrn Groceries, Provisions, &c, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. o - H. C, BRIGHT. St. A.snph )IIocI(, Desires to call attention to the Largs and Comprehensive Slock of broad-shoulder- 1 Groceries Provisions, Confectioneries, Tobacco, Cigars, ale. Which he keer alwars on band. Makes a sreclsltr ol irsnJllnjr OooJs at Wholoul. Goals deliver! within town limits free of charge. n Sm.n nm,. mm BmmmeiWBm A-lsTID -- STABILE! HARKTESS sonable. I will pay the highest market And can supply SHOP, Rates rea- Nice lot of Horses and Fine Turnouts. 1$ wanted by me. price. CO AI I alio deal in ! it in any quantity. A. T. WUWATEMiEY, Stanford, Ky. HEADQUARTERS - AT - W. H. HIGGINS I -- FOK- Sholf Hardware, Iron, Spokos, Horso Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, Farming Implements, Such as Oliver Plows, Melkle and Avery Double Shovel, and the Brinkley Turning and Single and Double Shovel and Harrow combined. No farmer should be without it. one-hor- Muni-viefi'- Straw Cutters, Improved Corn Shellers, Hocking-Valle- y Evans' Corn Drills, Hand Corn And tho Best rump in Tho Planters, tilovnfor. Mnrkot, tho Mayflold Tho unrivalod Jowol Rango Cook Stoves, Stop Stovoa, Tin- wait, Biru uugou, uarrjoa ana Annoalod wiro, Lime, Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, &c. A general stock of Groceries, Wooden, China and Glassware. The Interior Journal Stfinm Print ing Office does all kinds of Job "Work uetibiy una cneapiy. Try us. W..P. Walton, - STEAM PRINTING ..,.. . ! Frop. ,,. ssaawn(ssMaavejsl two-third- - frri Commercial College of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. it. BMin, xxcsxB:irr. wU Im flfiy-ce- ut nt Ibl Si&JtSZ'SiS 4i'. isui V , JUHJJ.""UUJJ" The P. M. General, having rccciv ed numerotM complaints that newpa ncrs aro carc)cslv handled by tho mail men, lias issued under the head of General Order No. 1 1, tho follow July 13, 1883 Friday toorataff, ing, which tho publishers of nowspa EDITOR pera will heartilycommcnd and thank If. P. WALTON. him for it. Wo call tho attention of VKH0VHATMC TiCHKT, postmnstcrs and agents especially to it: ronovKO, "Such matter Is of at least equal im ? hoe. J. ritocion ksott. letter mail and it should e,r7v.3jrD0,oiar, k-- x -- Of Mt Ion. POK CAFT. JAMES JU JIISDUAX, or Adair. TO ATTOKRKT r. OKKKSiL, ir. irAKPi.v, Of Mercer. AUDITOR, roa FAYETTE HEWETT, OMtanlln. W. TATS, JAUKSFranklin. Of rom TtiAiuiEi, rot txnisTHOr land orricx, JOHN a. CEC1T, Of rite. roa ," iurniiTxDm DESHA JOS. Of uarstJCTioir, riCKETT, Fajetts. FOR ITAT ilMATK, KlQHTKIHTIt DIJTatCT, tiAJ. f. d. nia.vxr, of our. rO KKriXSEHTAnVK LINCOLN CO CHIT, HILL. JR. JUDGE T. r. Now York Herald, speaking of Speaker's race, eajs : "When Mr. the Randall was last Speaker lie was not a favorite of tho republicans. Now they have so high an opinion of him that ho is really tho republicans' candidato for tho Speakership, and they do not conceal their strong desire that he shall be elected. Considering that in tho last Congress Mr. Randall, with only fourteen or fifteen other democrats, bolted his party and voted with tho republicans for tho present tariff, it seems extremely improbable that ho will bo elected Speaker by tho democrats in tho next House, unleea he first boldly recants hU error of tho last session. Tho democratic party would became ridiculous it it should make him its Speaker without such recanta tion." And yet it seemn that it will unless Joe Blackburn can bo persua ded that he can't hold all the offices in tho gift of tho pcoplo or their repre The Bcntatives. nortanco with bo treated with equal caro by pdstal clerks. If it is necessary to withdraw second-cla- ss matter from its wrapper in order to ascertain iU destination, it may bo done, but will not bo allowed for any other purpose Second-ela- ss nixes will bo treated as prescribed by tho regulations and orders. If postal matter clerks find anv second-cla- ss improperly directed that is to ray, addressed lo tho wrong poslofllco they should report tho fact on tho trip report, bo that the Superintendent may notify tho publisher, but should not chango tho address or courso of tho package. Tho Postmaster General desires that tho practico of reading and periodical passing newspapers through tho mails bo discontinued, wherever it exists Can tho colored man and brother support Col. Thomas Z. Morrow, who U now begging his vote, when he is told that whilo Senator in 18CC tho Col. so strongly opposed negro suffrage that ho was moved to present this, among other resolutions, to tho Senato of Kentucky: G. llcsolvcd, Thai the Congress of tltc United Stales has no poiccr, under Uic second section of the tiurttcnth amendment lo t7ic Constitution of the United States, to pass any lata granting the right of suffrage in the States to persons of African descent, and that tec arc opposed lo granting suffrage lo persons of that class by Vie Slate. Did tho prophet Isaiah over cat at a railroad station? It certainly looks so, for how could ho have described it so literally if ho had not? "And ho shall snatch on tho right hand aud bo huncrv: and ho shall eat on the left hand and they shall not bo satisfied." operaPaymaster Wasson, convicted of tho tors in tho United States and it is said embezzlement of government funds they will go on a general striko next and sentenced to 18 years in the Kan' Monday. They claim to bo over sas penitentiary, bore up manfully du worked and badly paid. ring his trip thither and only gave NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. away to tears when tho cruel prison Tiie ouUido of the new court house at barber applied tho razor to his beauti- Lexinelon is to be entirely of stone, at an ful blondo moustacho, over five inches added coat of $1,600. long. It was a terrible ordeal, to be Tho new organ jot put in place at tho sure, such as threw in tho shade tho Louietille Southern Kxpositlon building is stigma of disgrace his sentence had a monster and coal $10,000. The Cincinnati Southern took in $200,- placed upon him, to part with tho 370.C4 last month, an increase of $22,802.--1- 0 cherished pride of many years and the over the aame month of 18S2. powerful assistant in many a mash. Commissioner Er ens' latest scheme is of a special tax an interview with a Philadelphia to order the collection"Kock and Kje." on In the manufacturer of reporter a few days ago, John B. The Supreme Conit in Missouri af Thompson described Col. T. Z. Mor- firms the constitutionality of the very high row as follows. You can see hira here license law, and it is very setere and rigy and find out how near the de- orous. The greenback party of Iowa on Wed scription fills tho bill: "He is a little, nesday nominated Gen. J. I. Weaver for bow legged man, Governor and a full ticket for other State e eyes, brown hair, red, offices. with t hands freckled face, big, In the Chicago market lard has al and long, thin, mutton chop whiskers, most reached the level of tallow and cotton which give his faco a sharp, foxy ex seed oil. This will interfere with the work nreaeion. But his teeth aro small of adulterators! Diggers, of Mt. Sterling, Bulger, of aud white and he has one of the pleas Marseille, Dan Timberlake, Wm. Neal antest smiles imaginable, and a hearty, and Ellis Craft, all rapists, are confined in sky-blusun-burn- It is very touching to read that There are 20,000 telegraph the Lexington jail. Kansas had another cyclone WednesThe worst givo away that wo have day afternoon. At Holton three perilous day is tho "Current were killed aud fifteen injured. Many seen in many a Comment" column in tho Louisville buildiugs were blown down. Commercial. In it the silliest expresIt is estimated that for every hour of sions found in tho rural papers aro the business day the year round the governcopied and credited with painful accu ment of the UniteJ States pays $30,0u0 for pensions, or about $500 a minute. racy, and the poor rooster who wroto At I'otosi, Mo., a negro, who has walkthem feels when he reads thorn thus ed about for threo or four days after putisolated, that it wero tatter that a mill ting two bullets through his brain, is causstono wero hung about his neck and ing astonishment among medical men. Gov. Underwood, of the Cincinnati he cast into the sea than that his silli jYciri Journal, has offered a premium for ness should be so paraded. tbe handsomest lady who attends the MadA law has just g3no into effect in ison Fair. Five ladles are to be the judges. New Jersey prohibiting tho s&lo of The Government Printing Office has cigarettes or tobacco in any form to begun work on the list of pensioners order boys under 1G years of ago, under a ed by Congress last winter. The II 00,000 heavy penalty. Such a law is hardly names will fill 1,000 pages of nonpareil type. desirable. As long as the average Guileau's sister, Mrs. Scoville, is dis. bov is persuaded that it is "manish" satisfied with the liberal provision that her to use tobacco he will do so, if he has husband offered in case she should leave to steal it, or even if the punishment him. He offered her fifty cents a day and one meal. wero directly inflicted on him. The railroad construction in the UniThe Electoral College of 1881 will ted Slates from January 1st to July 1st, consist of 101 members and it will 1883, amounts to 1.5C0 miles, against 1,100 take 201 votes to elect a President. miles In the same period of 1882 and 1,072 The South has 153 of them, leaving miles In 1881. At Oifikosb, Wis., J. K. Loper, a only 48 votes to be gotten in Now prominent soap manufacturer, was found York, Indiana and tho other doubtful in a soap vat. The flesh was all off tbe States. The prospect is lovely and bones aud they were identified by a truss the chances for a change iu the poli- and tbe filling In the teeth. A scoundrel set fire to a trestle on the tics of tho administration encouraging Dodgo Narrow Gauge It. It , Dodge coun and roseate. ty, Ga. A train ran Into It and was wreckThe negro Biggcrs, who has just ed, killing three and wouuding teu men, been tried for attempted rape at Mt. some of whom will probably die. Sterlisg, deserves death if ever a -L- ynton T. Fllppo, sn of W. 8. Flip- lecherous brute did. He has, it is po, of Fllpio, Carolina county, Vs., committed suicide at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, said, coMBMtted ten rapes, five on Louisville, Wednesday, by shooting him wkita isd five OB black women. To self. He Is said to have been a relation of prevent his being lynched be has been Cspt, Sam. M.Gaines. placed in jail at Lexington. The engineer and fireman on a work Sinok tho pasMge of the last Pen- train on the Keutuiky Central got on a big spree Tuesday night and run their ension law the number of attorneys engine up and down the road between Car gages la prosecuting claims has lisle and Mayiville all night. The engine from 4,000 to 10,900. There was burued out and about rulne J. The ofIs a great deal of ricking in a hun- fenders have left lie country .Louisville Commercial dred million dollars of pensions. hand-shake.- magnetic " -- Since the removal of the stamp tax, leafless trees and frtten landscape and gross. They "banquet halls deserted." Did we visit the matches are quoted af 80a seaside? The neean lashed an Ice bound m. ,. iw m nr, mrv The democrats of Annapolis, Mil.,' shore. Awl all this, not once, but again eltcjed the mayor, city counselor and three and again. The LORD knows we never connclluun the other day, thtir first victo- care for this a moment, counting it all oy to do Ills work at any time, In any way. ry for year (IrMt forest fire a re destroying pror; So now he sends us lo Ihls spot of enchantty in the country south of Valamo, Oregon, ment, as If to pay us our warfea'of "100-folin this life," for patient walling. How Two locomotives and six miles of railroad were burned. The looses so far reported pleasant are his wages ; how full of psare are his pathsl Piaise Him I will reaeh $200,000. List night wn had another temperance On account of difficulty In Retting the right of way through Louisville, O. I' meeting until 0 o'clock and then the service wx handed nver to us. This will Huntington has decided lo build from to EliMbcllitown, and work on the probably be the programme until we return new line, which will be a short cut, will be to London. I am thankful for even this much of opportunity to speak the "good begun at once. The Pennsylvania republicans adopted news." Eight more precious souls most of them rough fishermen confessed the this ns the tariff plank ol their platform: "We unqualifiedly approve and demand Savior at the close. Rut few of these can a continuance of that system of protection be Induced to attend. Fewer, perhaps, beto home lndmtry which has proved to be cause It Is a temperance meeting, and most the basts of national independence, an In- of them drink. I wish I had a good, large centive lo industrial skill and the develop- hall, with full liberty to hold an exclusivement and a guarantee of n Just and ade- ly gosel service. I believe this Geld Is a quate rcalo of wages for labor, and we de- ripe one for the harvest. Will has lust returned from his nounce all attempts to place the rale of the tariff below a level which will accomplish age In the good yacht "Livonia" and re- orLs having contributed his little quota to these objects. float the navies of the world the little BEYOND THE OCEAN'S WAVE craft being very Unsteady, the waves very buoyant, not to say rough; and his dinner being Insecurely moored, came promptly up at the dial overture of the restless deep. 1 Croft Place, 1 iMlogelher he got much moro than his Hastinos, Sussex, June 1 1th, '8.1 i Ptat Interior. shilling's worth of sailing and will not sail Ourgood friends, the dear Griffiths, out in the next yacht that goes. We laughof Shackle well Lane, sent us a grand pick-ag- e ed heartily at his misfortunes and voted of letters from America, which wc have "served him right." There is sucti a thing just read, until the caealhts $cribendi has as over doing the ocean. I shall never broken out like tho measles nnd we are all tempt its waves except on a clear call and scratching pens at a great rale; but Will, then fight it In faith from first to last. who has gone out to sea In a sailing yacht We are pleasantly reminded that we are Instead, to return, If the LORD will, at 5 not In a very wicked city, by being able to o'clock. get in at the front door without assistance This has been a day of unique pleasure from within. Rut the door of No. 1 Croft for us all. Soon after breakfast, we all Place is tho first one I have seen for these r went down to the beach for a three months with a knob outside by bath. Most of your readers know how the which the door can be opened. One of Ihe thing is effected. The fact Uh that sea- first things that struck me in London, was bathing is as demoralising as it is delight- the structure of the front doors. No bells, ful. A plunge in the bracing element, af- but knockers, invariably. And these ter a splashing run over tho smooth bot- knockers, ne.irlr all lions' heads, grim where the water is but a few inches enough with tom, their varied appesrsnees of deep, the soft sand giving delicious litila-tio- n ferocity or sullenneos. Then one knob, lo the naked fcet,with not a gravestone right in the centre, used simply lo pull the or other rough thing to wound or bruise; doot to after going out, and having no in and then after twenty or thirty yards thro' ternal connections. The inside doors are the gently hearing surf, to cast one's self furnished with strips of porcelain above In the abandon of delight upon the bosom and below the lock to guard against soilof mother ocean (if there be any such ma- ing the paint with the bands in pushing ternal relationship in the premises, rolling, the door to. In Hastings, however, we plunging, wallowing, sputtering, gasping, have a return to what wo have been uied yelling with a doubtful ecstacy, until yon to in orthodox door knobs. find out whether It ia really enjoycble or The Gsh are very fine and fresh here, not horrible; who that has known tho experi- the sunken-eyethings one often sees in ence does not recognize the description, In London markets, but plump and looking part, at loasl? When the first gasping chill as if just caught. Herring, flashing with is gone and the water seems less like meltsilver scales, as Charles Reade describes ed Greenland, there is no doubt of the rethem in "Christine J6hnstone" the first I ality of the enjoyment. Fifty yards is the have seen a most beautiful fish when first orthodox interval between bathers, male taken; whiting and mackerel and plaice, and female, but that is too little for decen- with shrimps twice as good as those in cy's sake. The men have exactly the full London. But it is meeting time. God dress of the ancient Frjee islander, or a bless the dear souls who read these lines dweller on the west coast of Africa, before Ota pro noil's. Ever in Jesus, trowscrs were introduced. The ladies Geo. O. P.ARNE8. well, I will not describe; for after one hasty glance taken in innocency and ignorance, June 15th. We had a "Temperance-Gospel- " meeting last night, instead of a I did not make "a covenant with my eyes" perance" one, as the bills anas Job did. That is a poor thing and would "Gospel-Ter- n have insured a second glance, a third and nounced. Tbe fact is, we are smothered so on, ad libitum; but I asked the dear out in this mixed up affair and have learn LORD to take caro'of my eyes, and He did ed a lesson that will be useful for future keep them offln a wonderful way. I only guidance. For example: Every night I odd that a bathing costume if worn on the am preceded by two temperance speakers, street by man or woman wonld at once con- who are new eop!e every lime. This in sign tbe wearer to the station-housor the itself is a fatal mistake of the management. lunatic asylum. Put salt water makes all All sorts of men and women with all torts right, I suppose, for no one seems shocked of methods and manners, keep up such a by it, where all are "in the same boat." bustle of excitement, that, after pledge- The bathing is splendid though. Perfect signing with its Attendant hubbub is over, privacy in undressing and dressing is se- at 9 o'clock, I am laid upon a jaded con e close apartments on wheels, gregalion, who have already been under cured one of which may be had by eacli bather. "high pressure" since 7:30 o'clock and are The slips called "bathing dresses" and two in the worst possible frame of mind to lis. good, clean towels are furnished by tho ten to the gospel. Under the circumitan proprietors of the little elunties on wheels, ces. it is marvellous that anything has been and one can paddle or swim as long as they done at all. Monday night I had no like for 0 pence. Cheap enough, and we chance to draw the net and hardly an op all had more than our money's worth Ibis portunity of telling the people what I came morning. Fees paid to tbe very fat lady for. Tuesday night, after a short sermon, who presides over the dresses and towels, there were 8 confessions. Wednesday, 8 wo went to a parly who has more and last night three, with congrega a lot of boau drawn up on tho shingle, of tions steadily dwindling, although the all Bites, for hire. We selected a large one, room will only hold 150 people. Last for we were rather a heavy lot the five of night was rather a climax as described in us and stipulated for an awning and two my opening sentence, for, a fleshy gentle pairs of oars A pIr of stout sailor-looman, who opened the leuiierance depart inj; men were required to jolt the boat off, ment, and on rising mopped his forehead through the very shallow water near the in a nervous way and said be hoped he was shore; hut at last wo wero successfully not expected to uiake a long address, as he launched with a "there you aro sir" and had very little to say. When he got under Will and I look the "laboring oar,'' coals a full head of steam, so far from being em off and old gloves on to spire the cuticle barrassed by paucity of words or Ideas, did of our lender hands, all unused to that not even pay regard to Ihe admonitory tug sort of work for a long while. The weath- of the chairman ut his coat tail, when his er was perfect; the box asleep under a cloud lime was up, but went on, warming up with less sky; a gentle wind, enough to fan tbe his subject, holding on and out, until ha cheek only; Will and I pulled well togeth had stolen .'10 mtuutcs of my time an well er; Mama steered; George played with the as exhausted his owu. He was a nice, blufl, rippling water, while Marie read out of hearty old fellow, who talked a lot of good Longfellow about the "CI lichee Gummee, hard sense and we all enjoyed his speech, of his hero "Hlawa- - and even were amused at the sturdy way Great lha." Then we sang a few hymns ami In which he "held the fort" against the songs with a sea oder about them; then helpless chairman, pulling away from bis threaded a fleet of fishing smacks; then warning- - tug Iu a testy way that made us pulled out several miles until the motion laugh. He was Mr. Wardle, of "Dulgley o I the little boat was decidedly of a sea Dell," over again and quite like a bull In going character; then gathered a lot of a china shop when he got started. At last floating wild;" then having dis- he sat down. The gent who followed him tanced all competitors in gelling towards gave Ihe old fellow a cjt for taking up his the French coast, we turned shoreward, time and then held on and out himself, not pausing once and again to admire the view seeming to think that he infringed on my of the noble cliffs of Hastings and St. Lerights, but coukumlng the period allotted onard's, with the beautiful aud romantic to the 2d speaker on the programme Old (ay of the twin cities, climbing their steep Mr. Wardle rubbed hi in and he took Inacclivities. We found a child's wooden demnity by pillaging me, so that I could sjiade far out in the channel with tho iituie not get In a word until 9.30 o'clock. I had oP'KJdie" marked upon It. He had left no one to oppress, but the unfortunate con It on the beach and the tide had bourne gregation, and refused to "lake It out" of bis little treasure out to tea. We brought them, poor Innocents that they were, so It back and gave it to tho first little fellow "cut It short" and gave a Utile talk aud a A gum ball was an brief Invitation lo which the three respond Me met after landing. other waif picked up this morning, which ed, above mentioned. Praise the LORD we will take to London next Monday for for even that many. From all which, my our litllii boy at 102 Shacklewell Lane. readers will gather that I do not think We were gone two hours and seldom In much of less of life have we passed two pleasauter oues. and believe fully ouly la sluiple-- as The LORD Is so good to let us have this THEa03PEL-purea- od the Hastings trip. For years we have visited remedy for the "ills Utah Is heir to." watering places, out of season, until we re That covers the whole ground, as it was marked it again and again. Did our evan- Intended by the LORD to do, and needs gel bring us to "springs" of great resort? nothing to help It. "The fruits of the It was in the dead of winter, always, with Spirit" are not ouly "joy and peace," but sea-vo- Itmprmiift, etc , etc , and fruits grow, they are not lied on with a siring. Ah, met Well, one has lo take things as one finds them In this world. "Half loaf is better than no bread," and I ant determined to wotk wherever I am pill; in Ihe lead or on (last night I had that trial) the "anywhere, everywhere, I will follow Jeans," as the little song has It Praise His dear Name forever I A very bright, handsome ynung German followed me Irom the meeting last night, He was ourlng out volley of qurslions all ablaf s with Ihe discoveries of the full gospel; stw through the difference with Trails Mark. singular clearness and fervently embrace I the new reyelatlon of t truth. I told htm all I could In our walk home and he bid me good night with a fervent clasp of the hand and all In a Ininble of Joyous excitement. How well do I remember pitting over the same road years got livnuuuN rifii lime off-sidSpirit-taugh- F!mr$ WMMm IPHABMAC13TS iistirss is- - DrnKRs Books, nnd FftHoy Article. Alan I Stationery I'hisrdsns' prrerllpllnns accurately rorapounJed. jiruT:i.iTiNJJ7 "sHsjssjsipi BegUlsred. Lnrscst .Stork of Wntclirs, dork, Jewelry & Nllrcrwsre Ktrr brouthl lo Ihls market IMcee lower than Ihe lowest. Welches t'lorks and Jewelry Repaired on shot! notice snd Warranted. Garrard County DEPARTMENT. AT AND BELOW itoni'. n. wk'x isuitor. LANCASTER. "iutAian tiij3 nail-wate- Although our Lincastei editor tent us a letter yesleiday, it did not reach here. He telephoned us last night that Judge M II. Owsley had sold his farm near town, of 160 acres, for $10,000, cash, to W. A. Arnold. Col. Joo. K. Faulkner, of Louisville, Iain town. A. II. Fish sold to Danville parties a fine heifer for $300. The Ctnlral Kentucky Aeirs mads its ap pearance this morning. L. W. Burdetl & Co's. mill wilt close next Monday for several days lor repairs This will give the cooking stoves a chance to rest. Protect your eyes from dust. 500 pairs goggles just received, at wholesale and re- tall. New stock of diamonds and other goods. Largest stock of goods of any jew elry house in Kentucky. Trade dollars taken at face value. J. C.Thompson, Agt, opposite post office, Lancaster, Ky. I have a Ihreihing machins outfit in good repair which I will furnish to responsible parties, 'they fjrnlshing teams to transport same, against the machine; we to divide profits after expenses are paid. The parties acceptine are expected lo give personal attention to looking after the threshing. John W. Miller, Lancaster, Ky.July 0,1883. It An Answer Wanted. trine us a es of Kleiner or Liter Complaint that Elcttiic DIlLcn vlU s:tpcrJlly cure? We tar titty can not, as tboiuaaJ, of ca m Can any on anything- in Sumsell mer Clothing', Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. - PCQST! you We will 1, JiGin't Fosgeft Sites' Shoes,now 75c, TfxiiQom I Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 was 7, 10, 12, 14, 17.50 2.75 Slippers, 50c, 1.25 1.O0, 1.25, 1.50, 2 was 1.50 2, 75, 1, was$l, 1.50, 2, , Children's Shoes and Slippers cordingly. ac- BRUGES, WARREN -- CO. THE- QUICKEST -- alreaJy permanently cured oJ alio ar dally Klectrle Dlttrrt, will irois. tlrls til's DlKiif, Diabetes, Weak Back, or any urinary complaint quickly cured. They purify tbe blood, ref ulate the bowels and act dlittllj on Ibe dim- ed parts. Every bottle guaranteed ror nl at SOea bottle by fenny A McAllelrr LlaCAlTKIt AllVtUmKIKSTK AND- 8 Oil O 8 II. P. WALTKH. 13 ON D13NT1MT, LANCASTER KY. and from I m. CHEAPEST WAY TO CLEAN Office to oter Clllieni Nstlonel 12 1. Bank Office hours lo ft r. at. ATTOJtNKY At X.A"V, LANCASTER, KY Will practice In flarrard and adjulnlogcounllte and Court of Appeals. BAM M. IJUItDETT, A.irr01lNJ3V A.t L.A.W, LANCASTER, KY Muter Cooiiululooer Oirmrtl I Ircult Court. Will practice In all the Courts of (larrard and adjoining counties and In tbe Court of Appeals. II. C. KAUFI'MAN, e WEEDY CORN Is lo procure - Notice of Incorporation! Nolle Is hereby alien that the underilgued, JohnK Weet, J V. Cook, II. If. Tuiullneuu, John Mo.liffr. II. Woodcock, Win. II. KlnnlrS, J. this day 11. C Herring and II. M llurdett. lite Incorporated theuiwlres. under ChipterMof tbe (leneral tjlalntee, under the corporate ilyle of utiiege." meir pmitii "The liarrsrd pla'e of bualncae Is Lancaster, Ky .and the nature of Ibe builnru I, tbe nlablUhuieut and maintenance of a College for Ihe education of Intuit. The amountof capital alack ti one hundred thousand dollar (I lOO.WiO) with privilege to Increase the amount, to he paid In upon aucn terms and In auch lhatillnienti aa tbe Hoard of Trustcee mar preecrlbe, alter SO days' nolle-- and alter JJ.OUO hall have been sutacrlhed. The corporation commences this day (June 20. 1643) and shall continue Zo years, lueanairsoi ma corporation are ut i conducted by nlue Trustees, to be elnled annually by the shareholders on tbe 2d Wednesday Iu June each Tear after the rear 1SS.1. the Incorpora tors to bo Trustees until the zd Wednesday In June, 1891. The uoarti or irusieos snau eieci a President, a rVcretarr and a Treasurer. This corporation shall uot at any time subject Itself to a greater Indebtedness then tbe sum ol 13.U0U. and Ine private proierty or me siotsnoij-er- a aud Irjcoriwralo's Is to be and Is vieiun'ed from corporate dehia. This Mill day of June, HI J. JOHN II. WOODCOCK, JOHN K. WEST, II. H.TOMLlNcON. J. V COOK. WM. II. KINNAIIIO, J I HANIIIFEH, II. M. UUitUErr. II. C HEItlllNU, IM-J- by-th- A Kalamazoo or Albion Spring Tootli Harrow andCultivatior. briny-lookin- g k tTeff fcJsVaf-sWj- s -T ssae w Lr ineai LandretlVs One sciWr4Kr IVXan oiic-lioi'- 80 r.'GSSikm and One Cultivator, am thoroughly clean Willi tlio tho weeds out of live acres ol' corn per dny. ," One Man and Two Horses, In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of With tho Sulkoy Harrow and Cultivator, cnu clean ten acres of corn nor day. "sea-wee- d Price of Price of one-hors- e two-hors- e Cultivator, Cultivator, - - $10 $40 FURNITURE In r.Hiit'HHtor Ht (ho FOR SJ.A.Ijia lOTST GEO. D. WEAKEN, NTANVOKU, KY., "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," LANCASTER, KY, GEO.D.BUItDETT&CO., I'roprUUus- - Williams, Hustonville, Ky., W. lets Withers, Lancaster. Ky., R. H. Woaron, Richmond, Ky. Green & PonItrNT-1- 70 acre of gram, T.W. MARNIAOES, BOTLE C0UNTT. We art authorited to announce M, J, ntomMtmi, Hlgglna, Hlanfnrd. Mr. Frank Lealla aay the I nuking Cook at tht republican candidate to repre Danrillt. Mn, II, 0. IlmoiiT haa cnnnectel hia two $160,000 a year and iloean't want a htiahand The firm of Hann A Baughman, shoe lent Laurel and Rockcastle counties In the i. w. naoww. to help her apend II, Henalhle old girl I k-CItAII OKOIIAItU MII.T.H! saw w. on.TT. alorea by lelcphone. ueiers, lias iieen dissolved, Mr. Itanghman next Legislature. August election '83.8-- t UUKDKTT ft 1IUOWN, Mr. W. U. Jamc and Mire Louiaa retiring. Filthy Morals, J. II. IIUTCIUN09, Prcrr., Op Taylor, the candidate for Itepre July 13, 1883 Fon Halk. A handaome realdcnce. AXU'OItNJlYH A.T X.A--V- . Ann Harri were made one fleah yealerday Mr. Slephen Scott and Mia Maria eentative, wa born and raised In Kockca tM custom grlniHog.Tiittilaya and Fridays of each Will aell f e ry cheap. W. Craig, Btanford. MT. VKP.NOH, KY. at the bride' father', Mr D. J. Harri. . Itanghman obtained license to marry on tie county, near Pint Hill. He Is about iM.Jm . A H. LOCAL TIME CARD Champion -- OnTiieaday N't, at Mr. Wm. Her- - the 10th Inst. This I the first marriage 40 years of age; a fine, healthy, robust speT. w.vsaaoH. anO Mower repalra of waiLAcea. raasoit. T. W. W B. VARNON, Mill train going North ieription at Hince, Warren A ring, Mr Shelby Jnhnaon, widower, and marriage license Issued fur ten days, I IS r. H. eferr cimen of manhood, aboti t 0 leet 2 Inches in Houlh 2 oo r. h. Co.a ATTlHtNIJYH A.T XKTW, Mia Nannie Wealerfield, a maiden of 2.1 Lipriwetrsln" Mra. Wakefield A Farila rrlurned height and will weigh abjul 200 pound. fonts BTANFORD, KT. li n a h. " Norh.. Oflcs In Owsley A Bon'a new tmlldlng-- op from Madison county on Thursday, where He la a quiet, sober, Indiislrlou alalr. i jj a M. We hare the blggeal atock of augara In aummera, were united in marriage. farmer, A good Sir For Bale, at lbs low " m7 vkyton. town. The commencement exerclae of the they bought 25 bead of good broke mule has never been a candidate before the peo- price of f 11. l!a?log purthavd a largs, naw com ligurea for or more. AXTOItrVJ.jY A'l XM.'W, Wealeyan Female College, at Macon, Ha., at $135lo $200 per head. LOCAL NOTICES. II. Ilright ple for any office at any time. He haa al- - lilnallon sat, will llipos of oil on linmcdlstsl j. hTANFOriD, KY, Will liractlealn thfl Chlirla Af t.lnn1n an.l a.1. clord with thn martlage of one of the For stealing cberrie from Mia Pitsy waya voted the democratic ticket and has Arpir to Joining counties and tha enperlor Court and Court We have 2 Champion Light Mowera on Huy 1'AiMTnof IVnn A McAllsler. IM-Msnager Crab Orchard Darings. ot Appeals, rtpaclsl allenlion given lo collections. hand whlcli we will cell at a bargain, graduate to the man of her choice. We Hilghet and deriding that lady when ex- done good service for the party heretofore. Niok nook of liltllular csnla at lVnnr umc on Lancaster stmt in would like to know when the fellow did hi postulated with, Dick Itentley was tent to Every democrat should to work and see MeAllslftV. llruee, Warren A Co, ko ALEX. ANDBIISON, courting, unlea that achool la a little lea the workhouse for 30 days on Wednesday, how large a majority they can give him at HrANDAlili rradr mixed iiilnt at Mc AXXOItNKY AST XjA-A, In ma perambulation Sunday, IVwlmai- - airicl than thoae around here. Coal by Hie car load wat quoted by the Auguat election. The prospect for the JtolrU A HUkk'd. DANVILLE, KY., W will now !y special attention to Will practice la the Courts of Bojls aod adjoining Jon. Haa Hog Cholera Cure. Ptnnjr ur;Ji. U. Alfonl found a f 50 note, which O'Neal A Lambert on Thursday at the fol democrats la brighter than ever before. count! and la tho Court of Appeals. DEATHS tho owner can hare by dacrlblng it and A Mc A lister so! scent. lowing prices : Itarren Fork, 12 Hearer free Trade foolithnett Inspected. MIm I!y water, of Ohio, whoae father Creek, lie; Howland Watch eh, Clocks and Jewelry repaired paring for thia notice. We promts to gits satisfaction, and when desired J. 11. 1'IBir. or Piltman coal, 101c. Editor InlerUr Jrounuti will air Patent Flour Tor Whul. I'jn maki and warranted b I'enn A McAIIater. And Master Commissioner llockcaitl Circuit Court Havinci aecure.1 the aerticet of Mr. A. recently bought a farm here, died a few Uruce A Harlan on Wedneaday bongbt The Courier Journal says that but for the either bolted or unbolted meal. (Iivcn un thai MeUoberU A Htssir make MT. VLRNUN, KT. 110--t of Jehu Harlan a I year-olnrAI.INTKKANAI.LEE, chestnut geld- waate of the surplus revenue which hat Will prsctlc In th llockculi Courts. Collee ahoemaker, I am day ago of conaumption. the beat Soda Water In the world. Try it. O'Connrll, a tlons a specUlty, Office In The wife of Mr. Dink Farmer died ing, 10 bands high, for $200, and a now prepared to take ordera for the fineat ivi been collected within the past twenty years Machinr Oil, whlcli will neither lial Wedneaday of conaumption, tearing aer- JJBB P. HUFFMAN, bay mare for $125. Same firm bought the public debt would now be nor gum, GO cenla gallon. Also extr work In tlTatllne. A.T. Nonneltey. paid off, and SUItCJJjJOr who will feel a mothtr'i of Dick Bruce a bay eral trained lard oil at Moltolwrta A rjlagic'. T mare 10 hand high the tariff could be "easily dispensed with." ' STANFORD, I'olly Ann ARMniiON(i,col'd,wu tried loan. little children KY. ?vC8o,lln..,ld M,n "feat, two door ator I hara opened a very comprslienstrt Una of th (or $150. These animal are part of a lot By at Ilualonfilleoii Wednesday for atealing thia and similar forms of expression isiesi ana nanusoinesi tljles or th Myera Hotel. MIm Mora Hughe, aged about 10 PERSONAL. Pure Nitrous Olid Oss administered whtn rea ring from Mr. 8. (J. I'uwell, and held In year, died Moriday afternoon at Mr. John intended for the Eastern market. that paper has fully committed Itself, and quired. Mil. Oro, H, Iluuce liaa gone to Laal week Fred Masonheimer fell from la trying to commit the democratic party SPBINQ AND SUMMER MILLINERY $100 bail to the Circuit Court. Hlie gate II. Dickeraon'a She had been an inralid DH. W. D. PENNY, Springs let a Hontli'a alay. a ladder at Lexlngtou and broke his leg to the ladlss and eiaialne, It and waa released. the policy of free trade, to Iu adopted And Infllosll buy or not. to call reasonable. for many ycara whether Ihtj l'rlcea DuiltlHt, Miss flTru.A Markjduhv, of Lincas-te- r and arm; this week hi little brother, whenever the bonded debt shall hare been Tin: Hero of Duluth la not going to gife ' RELIGIOUS. Jtiss F. llullmsn'a office, titsnlord IllflLLU HTAN FORD,' K ENT UCKY. It with Hie Miami Itlchard. Frank, fell from a high fence and broke extinguished. This being so, and tho ed- Next door to Dr. Leeltur.i.K nvtuiKs, Offlce neer Ilolit. 8. Lytls's store. GOlc hour MtM MATTIE Ktans, of the Kaat Knd, ua the go by, afler alt, and hence there rronSlolZ a. w.andltoSr u Anesthetics being an alleged leader --TnelNgh IliMge Camp Meeting will hi arm, and Junius, the sound member of itor of the aniitea Maj Stanton, Secretary of the Stale wten necessary. r. la the gaert of Mr. II. O. alright. the family, propose to Jump from the and claiming, too, as he doe, to he In per LORD ! begin on the l'Jih of Julr and continue till Mi Hachm. Aixtsox, of Georgetown, Central Committee, wrilea ua that Hon. J. steeple and see what he can feet accord with the other leader of the la flailing her sNler, Mra. Stephen llurcb. l'roctor Knott will rneak at Richmond. the 27th. break. This hlghlr bred bull will b permitted lorT July 21; Lancaaler, July 2.1 and at Stan- Iter. It. A. Dawe will preach at the The proprietor of the Clemens House party, It may not be amiea to consider for a IS Cows, besides those ot his owners, at Tat "beautiful and accomplished" lord, July 20 Lstsof Chenault, Bereranc A Co., Stanford. Kr.. Ilapllat church, Crab Orchard, next Sunday has been criticised very unfavorably for moment tome of the eflects and consequenLei the whole country turn 810 TO IN8UHE A CALF I with Mis Luc llurton la flatting friend In the at 11 A. M. and at Sugar Oro re School-houa- e permitting the Lexington negroea to eat ces of the enforcement of the free trade out to hear him. M. Wat Kod. & CO.. Description and pedigree--!-! Is deep red; wss at 3 v. u. got by BellDuksolLyndal dinner and supper at his house. He says system In this country. 2d, 22.113: first dim The next quarterly meeting of the CenMh. J. II. UocKcit hu gone to NeBy free trade is meant, of course, the by Peerless, 14th Duke of Thorndals, 8.0SI, (sold Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods, Notions. Ac. Her. J. Lolon llarne la flailing the In hit own Justification that the under 637, 639, 641 Msln Hlreet, Cor. Sixth, for 117,900); 2d dim braska In the Interest of the Wood liar tral Kentucky Medical AmocUUoo will be Iuk or Oenets, total abolishment of custom-houstaxes S0.9M; 9d dam Imp. br 4th Oxford Ileaulr, by llaroo held at Harrodnburg on Wednesday, the rarioua town of the Slate soliciting fund standing with the negroes was that they vesting Machines. LOUISVILLIi:, - - ICY. Baron Oxlord, 2J,s;J. Care taken to proTeot accito build a church at Owlngarille, where he could eat afler all the white guests of the and tht substitution of some other mode of dents but no responsibility should any occur. Mim Hah ha I'rjonwiToi, who hu Hlli inat , commencing at 10 o'clock. The 1 Ml. Ml. f? ti. X: WOODS. house had been served, and that It waa not raising the rerenue which ia now derired opening paper wilt be read by Dr. P. W, haa a Hock hut no fold. btea fishing la Kelson and Woodford coun Church building are on a boom in hit wish or Intention that they should from that source. The amount collected of Stanford, on "Naio Pharyngeal tie, haa returned lioine. ML Sterling. The Methodiat hare ar come into disagreeable contact with the on imports annually ia about $200,000,000. SUCCESS and Aural Catarrh." Dr. Jame H. Mtiw Julia J.ovr.i.t, left for Fleming-burI will dellrer Ice erery morning ranged to build a new one at a rut of white patrons of the house. He see clear- This, in the event of the repeal of the tariff of Lancaater, Chairman of the Sec- Yretrrdar, followed hr a tertain THK FAMOUS- -: and the lteformer are spending $500 ly the mistake he made Id receiving them laws, would have to be raised by direct AT ONE CENT TEIt FOUND, young grorerrnian, who couldn't tear him- uon oi Anatomy, nurgery anil surgical raIn baring their frescoed. on any conditions and haa no intention of taxes levied upon the properly of the citi- DEERING TWINE BINDER. A long aa ray present stock diology, will make a report in that departself awar. lists. After that. Lake zen. Everyone who has given any thought repeating it. If aa tow aa I can afford. Accounts duo at the Mil. M. L. Wakkkiklu, of liloomlng-to- ment of medicine. Dr. J. M. Matthew, of LAND. STOCK AND CROP. close of each month. to the subject knows that in the taxation Col. Kli.t Hay, a leading member of Stanford, May 7. Simplicity Itself when comnsred with .11 thr III., haa our tliauka for file of the pa- Loularllle, will read a paper on "Kcctal It. K. It A 11 It O IT. Ileat wheat SI in Louiarille. the Jamestown bar, was in town Tuesday of property the burden falls mainly upon binders. For the season of lmu th most rndl- per of that city containing account of Surgery. Thia meeting prom' Thousands orgrares are L. Dawson, Sr., sold a tow and four huu soTsnecii improvements bar of real estate; the owners of J. Mr. W. P. Speed returned from Cincinnati the owners uTiu ujwift riueeu pieces laten ouior laea to bo a rery pleaaant one. It ia to !e annually robbed ofth.tr knotLilU'e death. boats for $18. cash capital and other personal property, tf In defies. ThrM.nrlnim nuntml tbe Hntilnn. Tictlms, Urea prolonged, on Wedneaday erenlng. Iter.W. C. Young, Mb. II. HitOAnwKLL, the genlltmanlj hoped that the attendance will be good No happlncsssnd health re- Two thousand busbela of wheat sold In of Chicago, Is jn Danville visiling his by hook or crook, to a great extent escap- get on oi heerj motion posltir. Any chance to oruer. no mora expert. on wantnoreu Dy use ortne great reprteentatlTe of that alerting paptr house, Moiuian Kkuniox. Member of Lancaster this week at 00 ceuta. The By a provision of the ing binder should call on tb Decrlog Agent and mother and sister. Prof. W. L. Yerkes, of ing just assessment. SCO this lmnrOTement ! lh itrmt.l lht.n GERMAN INVIGORATOR ! Ioul Hnider'a Bonn, Cincinnati, made ua (len. Jno. II. Morgan' command, and othThe Iflianon Staiularxl reporta sale Paris, was here Thursday and Friday, Miss Federal Constitution, all direct taxes sre mad since the Introduction ol twins binding. Th a fl.lt Tueedar. fleering Twine Hinder, first Introduced In 1879. Which potltlTsly and permanently cure Imvo-tencer Confederate aoldiere reaiding In Lincoln of 55 Block bog at 5 to C cent. (caused by excesses ol any kind,) Semt-IM- lf has alwaya been Julia Dural. of Frankfort, who baa been required to be apportioned among the ty, durability, ahead In ininmT.m.nti. imnllrt- Dr. 1'. W. Ixxiak lua bought a $0,000 county, who dealre to attend the reunion at H'eakliesM, and all dlsea.es that follow a light draft and good work. For aeouenco I estimated that the tobacco It sale; visiting the family of Col. J. W. Guest, States according to imputation or represenof aa loss of oy house) In Knozfllleand will reiuof thith1.L,II11UUIT& GKBRX, memory, unlrerul lsssltude, pstn energy, lossot Islington on the 21, 25 and 20 of Hilt in Loularllle thi year wilt reach 85,000 went home Thursday. Prof. C. In tha bsck. Stanford, II. With- - tation. There are at present 325 Represen P.8. Also for aal Deertng Light M ower A Ky, dimness of vision, prematura old age, and many but!-ner next month. At prevent be la on a Iteaper other diseases that lesd to consumption and a premonth, are requeued to furniah thelrnamea hog.hcad. row, formerly Principal of the Danville tatirea in the Congress of the U. States; mature grave, rsend for circulars with testif iait to New York City. at once to W. CI. Welch, J. W. Alcorn and and as Kentucky has 11 Representatives, r.ujjii bioui, otahelby county, sold a monials free by mall. Th lSVliiOltATOIl Dn. M. TAULtu,of llarrodnburK, i In W II. Miller, Stanford, Ky. The follow-In- g pair of mule for $150. They weighed Classical and Military Academy, now the her share of the revenue to be raised by Is sold at It per box, or six luxes for 13, by sll head of a flourishing school at Augusta, druggists, or will b sent free by mall, securely town. He reporla hia contract on the K. named 11 325 of $200,000,-00sealed, on receipt cf price, by addressing aoldier of Mor- 2,707 ound. Ua., wa in Danville this week. Col. J. W. direct taxes would be C aa progressing well and ssjr if the coin-pa- n gan' command are known to be realdentaof which ia $0,770,000 In round numbers. For aale at a bargain, a combined Guest returned from Chicago on Wednea,113dsms street, Toledo, Ohio. wanta to run through to Lit Ingalon Lincoln county: Jamc O, I'ettim, A. M Sol agent for the United Mites. Iteaper and Mower (Champion), and other day. He wat accompanied by his In order to form a definite idea of the op- Wishing to Closo Out My son, Mr. Not. 1, he will not hinder them. Cleo. M. Delbard, Wm. F. Abra Kgbt, farming utensil. P. W. Logan. Stock, Basil Guest, who is in business there. Mr. pressiveness of this mode of taxation for Mim Kate UitiMu, of thia county, liauia, (Ico. Abraham and Jno. M. Itochc It is estimated that the crop of winter J. B. Nichols, of Rockcastle county, form- national purposes, let ua examine it in MirMtlIr,Kalliesml Cafell Denny and ter, Crab Orchard; Itlcbard O. Collier and wheat In Illinois will be over .'(0,000,000 erly County Court Clerk of Boyle county, comparison with the taxes we now pay for I Will Sell at Reduced Bates for Ktilh Crow, of (larrard, joined Mr. Win. K. (leo. Itailey, Hall (lap : A citizen of Lincoln counStation; W. C. bushel Ice than the yield of 1882 Caih. ia in town. Mr. Wood Wallace, of Louis-rille- , State purposes Having taken charge ol this famous watering-placDenny at Kichuiond on Wnlncstlar morn Spratl.J C. Hr,Jno II. Miller, V. II. ty now paya for Slate purposes on a farm Old farmer Ictl u that they bare nev for th coming season, I am now U here visiting friend. Ing for an rxcuraion to Old Point Comfort, Miller, J. W. Alcorn, W. 0. Welch, (leo. er seen a finer prostiert for corn than at valued by the Assessor at $5,000 the sum ol My Stock A colored base ball club came from Consists of Groceries, Hardbile Niilpliur Kpringn and other poinO". H. Urenlrr, Jno. Y. Myera, M C. Saufler, present. The acreage also is a large one. Prepared to Receive Guests. Lexington on Tuesday to place a match $23 75, that being at the rale of 47 cents ware, Glass and Queensware, MfMM.J.d MrroAl.rr:, Jno. S Hughe. Jno. Frrt, Jno. F. Caab, per $100. The sggregate amount of taxes Fon Sale !)1 extra Cotawold! and game with a club belonging I have a corpa of trained aervanta and will be able here. WhHe of Train on thl.. A N, W.. II. Jno. O Neil.T. 11. collected in the whole State annually is Canned Fruits, Saddlery and Harneaa Slephen Burcb, Southdown ewes, 2 tine Southdown buck on the College grounds, where to furnish they bad obHupt.uf Koad ' Depaitment and A. P. Pendleton, Now, if It requires a tax at $1,600,000. A. K.Denny, Kd. Stagg, and 70 nice lamia. Apply to T. L Crow tained ermision to play, Milford &o., &o. SntlHliiclory Aceouiii.o.lntloiit Barber, I'. Huston, (len. Purchasing Agent, wr" Ham F. Kngleiuan, E T. Koclieater, I) I. 47 cents per $100 to bring N Stanford, Ky. To all persona In pursuit of health or pleasure. an officer of some sort, atruck Joshua the rate ol nlglil. Mr Melctlfe tell ua that Prrwitt, Jame filiaa, C. K here Those Indebted to ma qualities Crow, T. L J. U llrnce, of Peabody, K., send a Slaughter, a boy, in the face with a amall $1,600,000, by the "rule of three" it will re- I must have the money will plena call and settle The medicinal the people of theso waters ar loo well known to after next Sunday three freight traina will Crow and of Central Kentucky to Iefi Hubble, .Stanford. Cam catalogue of the Fair at that place, to occur caneorawilch. Henry Fry remonstrated quire a tar at the rate of $2 14 per $100 to July 2, 18S3. need a description of properties. If. T. OKBEX. The rate of board willtheirreasonable. For be run each way dally and about the time be further Dunoan, Jaa. A. Hlfenn, Jno. Ilailey, Wat August 29, 00 and 31. The premium are with Milford, who observed And a tax at the rate of $0,770,000. information, apply to me at Irvine, Ky. that Henry raise the Kxpoaition 0na the mail train will te Field, $214 per $100 on the farm valued at $5,000 Jr, and W. C Caab, McKlnney? many and very liberal. 8. H. VKA.COCH. waa a run through daily from Knoxrille. J. F. Price sold bit farm of CO acrea, of the blanked, black descendent of a canine will amount to the snug little sum of $107; Tho. C. Janper and Jell. Walla, Mt. feminine class. He also threw a of mile from Lexington, to Newton, Wm. It. ilurtoii, Mirror; O F Peacock 2 LOCAL MATTERS. brick bat at Henry, who is not in the hahit ao that uoder the proposed free trade sysand L. F. Sharp, Huatonrille The fol- Green for $8,000, equal $1.11 per acre, aald' of taking iokea of thia sort from niggers, eo tem the owner of the $5,000 farm in LinilLlOKDCKiiy sugar at W. H.Higgln'. lowing named coln county would have to pay to the Fednuldier, not to be a very tine price. be pounded Milford over the head with'a AfcKINNEY OESIETEKY CO. At the Hale of Jersey cattle at Frank of Morgan command, alao re KuDIT Jara and Cana at Hruce, Warren tnrmcer club he happened to have in hia band. eral Government each year $107 and to the idJe in Lincoln count;: Tlios. Kicharda, fort Wednesday, from the herd of Mews. State, as now, $23 76, hia Federal taxes beA Co'a. 1. D. B. Jones, O. 8. McKInoer sod K. L. Tan- These belligerantt were separated, when . nP have Maiawla ta.1 ltisn..l.u.... - ii .v wvssiw4 (leo. P. Itrighl. Jno. M. Philin. 8. H Chinn, Neel and Irwin, 69 head sold for BO 1H Milford and Burt Williams soon engaged ing nesrly five time the amount of hia "Virrmrai tVil Mninan auvuiswdn luxciuer M In. h ClIOlCKaawid chettnutahlnglreat W. II. :tC,710, an aveiage of $G'.'2 20. Myera, W. K. Jenmnga, John Itlaln. 0. II State taxaa and the two together amount- Damaging and control, tig a ceiueter j to be located in a conversation, during which Milford . HlgginV. aliAiil sins an.l .. b.alT ... iuiim ugiu jucb.iiio.er on At Lexington, Monday, the cattle on Kicheater, Wm. ing to $13075, which would be 2 36 per 7. MldJleburg """ and Harriaon the turnpike. . ale were too few to deeerve mention and remarked that Burt waa descended from cent, upon the value of his land. - naliiHA'll.. "-- Thaownanl Hstauav ui ,uo lUVUf Ico cream Krecxera at Moretield, Stanford; latac .Shelbr, Jr ,Shel White Mountain lurlull IUUI l6 toe purchase and liuproTemeot of grouDdator FORMERLY ST. ASAPH, only a few mule were offered. Scrub the same ignoble ancestry u the gentleman by Clly; J. P. Danieta, JIcKInney; Tho II. 0. alright'. But, fortunately, the C.-- does not truly tutjciaut) me Htsui uunii loia mere first alluded to, fix: Henry Fry. Burt In. Callahan and Iloht. Collina, Crab Orchard. mules brought from $70 to $90. represent the democratic parly on thia sub 3. The amount of capital itock ! to be not leta Omnidus tlclieta to the K. 0. depot for Wheat reached the big price of $1.92 couldn't stand that, so he popped away ject. Free trade never waa and never will It ia auppoaed there arc other. If ao they aale at Mcltoberta A SlaggV per bushel in 18,7. It ha been coming with a pistol at Milfotd, but missed him. be a tenet of the party. It la only a few wbeneTer requeued Lr the director... are rtqueated to aend In their name 4. The incorporation shall commence on the 2d Having had this Hotel Twelve ound uf berry augar (pure Tho.e whoe name are gifen are ropjentnl down steadily ever aince, and thia year la By this time the game of ball had ceased Cobdenllea and abstractionists, such as diyofjulr IMS. 1 A. Tha. rTAlra n'lK. a. to be interesting, and In fact, was broken n.M..i first election of good.) for $1 at H. UrightV to report the name of any and all com- quoted at not more than half those figures. Henry Watterson and Frank Hurd, who ducted by three directors, the . ., . sarhnm ariali From basement to garret, Wm. Ilutter bought of Thoa.ShuiTll up, the more timid participants and spec- are addled by such wild Ideas and who in thereafter K k.l.l - s. .a the directors are to be elected on the K Wkmiii our neway 8omeret letter, rade who hare been omitted. Arrangetators seeking places of safety. It is propintend to Keep 11 Iu it Strictly first yearling mule at $C0 per bead. Warren In in ment hare been made for excuialon vanity and insanity imagine that linn- -Monday ..!&Julr Ik. mtj fifth year, the elec- their What la the matter down there? fn t.m Flrwt-C'lH1.. .k... .l Maimer, DennI sold to D. C. Smith, of Oldham er to remark here that the colored troops they are carrying the whole world along company. orer the railroad. leave nothing undona tbst will add to tha will not be permitted to play any more on Incorporation Is not to Incur sny In- And ltrUKMur.it we bare the largeat atock of county, for the Kaitern market, 1,200 with them. The assembled wi.dom of the debtedness or liability beyond three hundred dol- Fhkhitful AcciliENT.-- On Tuesday COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. fruit Jara In towu and can offer you (teller Iambs, averaging G7 pound, at 5 to 5i cts. the College grounds, Tuesday' scene being party in 1834 will take a conservative, raa 'Fuulre J. 8. Murphy wa drir-In7. Tharanlf.l .tnrlr .h.ll l.llvt.la.1 lnA ...m..ct inducemenla than any one. II. 0. Ilright. delivered laat week and this. Qeogetown the immediate cause of thia determination tional position with reference to the tariff, Of 123. to town In a buggy, accompanied by on the part of the Cellege authorities 8. Trlrats property Is to be exempt from a and the vagaries of such would-bleaders a Pay Cash and Have Money. I'eraona hia daughters, Mr. A. D. ltool and Mnu Time. Cincinnati cattlo debts. The Are offered market la quiet determination which would have been ar- will be ignored and soon forgotten. The U.H H'HIXXEY, dealring to aupply themselves with augata Nora Mtirphr, the action of the Ohio democracy at their late old sorrel and lower. Common, 11. X,. TASHEU. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS 2 to 2 U5: fair to me rived at sooner had they known aa they now convention Indicates the direction which for preserving will Cnd that they will tare commenced to kick on beginning to deacend dium, 3 to 1J; good to To patronlt me. as I hsva evsrr coivenl.ne.aurh extra butcher know that many ot thenegroeain the habit the best opinion of the partr has taken and NICK aAMI'LE BOOMS, Ac, for their use. Cemetery bill and aoon dashed of) at break money by buying from 8. 8. Myera. of assembling there have behaved in a which it will continue lo follow, as it resgrades, to 5; common to choice i neck He. kept straight ahead for IJ to r 85; Mocker and feeders, 4 to manner to annoy respectable while families pects tariff legiatation. In the national Baggage Transferred to and from The Liberty eopl are preparing to sereral hundml yard till the convention of the party in 18S4 pedantry angle in the 5. The hog market I weak, lteat, 6 to living near at band. Milford and Burt and foolishness will attract hut little atthe Depot free .of charge. hold a fair about th last of Auguat, The road near Mr. Harriaon I locker's gate wa 5 85; common, I 85 were arraigned before the Police Court on GliemeacalL W. N. FRANCIS. lo 5J. Sheep quiet at lock haa all been subscribed and the hold. tention. J. B. when the rehicle wa turned botreached, SrANt-OH2 Iq IJ Lamb steady at l to 050 Wednesday morning and fined $30 each. July 12, 1883. cm litre gono to work to make it a big tom aidu upwards, throwing the occupant Henry Fry was acquitted. stock wethers, 3 to 1; ewes, !! to 3Jc. aucceta. against the fence. The bead of Mr MurBucAlen's Arnica SaJre. E. H. BURNSIDE, MT, VERNON DEPARTMENT. ANOTiir.it man and Ida family were phy atruck a post, and glancing, a fearful Th greatest medical wonder of lbs world. War LINCOLN COUNTT. ranted to speedily cure Burns, Bruises, Cuts, UlManaged by John B. fish. thrown out of a buggy thia week. It wu gash waa made along the right clirek and Hustonrille, Piles, This Old cers, Halt Kheuu, t'mtt Sores, Cancers, Well - Known Mr. I M. Laalty and It happened at the temple, another behind the ear and neck, T. O. Taylor I the name of I be demo- Chllblslos, Corns, Tetter, Chapped Hinds and alt Bobbin (ailed lo appear at Milledge-vill- e Maintains Its for Representative from skin eruptions, guaranteed to cure lo every inJunction; but fortunately none of then) the akin wa scraped from hi hand and cratic candidate Wednesday. High stance, or money refunded, A positive cure lor wei hurt much, u tiuinerotia other bruise were made on Great activity ia manifested in prepar- Laurel and Rockcastle counties AND Messrs. John and Aabley Owens have Piles. 15c per box. For tale by Penny A McAI. other part of hi bodr. Mr, ltoot ation for the Fair. ALL Hie big and little aspirants for Col. Istei. HtfeisV.r , gl IU Proprietor ii Determined that Judge Hill will draw a crowd here on begun to put on ballast for the K. C. Kail-roa- d place are in Waahtnglnn, and ao la waa badly though not aerioualy hurl on the Biro,' A Life Saving Present. on the worka of Stewart A Son. NearKed it Dunn oe oecona to no lioantrr Chss. bay stallion; If hands; foaled 1878; bred by the Col. He wanta Col. Breed to be Ida no and aide and Miaa Nora on the back, Saturday. Let all come out to heir tho Mr. M. E. Allison, Hutchinson, Esq., saved bis Hotel in the State in ita Fare, Dunn, Htanford, Ky . sired by Messenger ly a half mile of the rock hu been broken. lib by a simple Trial Bottle ot Dr. King's New Chief, sirs of Maud Messenger; successor, and It bad Jul aa well lie put elunnlng. them no they were unable to walk youthful orator. record, Appointments, or AttenMarvel, John Williams, who had hia heel Uiscovery, for Consumption, wblcb caused Mm to record, .M; Abel AbdaU foraome time, but they are now rapidly The Intebiou Journal actually got down that he will be. tion to Comfort of lab, Uus, trial, trial. iuiproring. When assistance first reached in thi week on day of publication. (Yea, mashed by the car, I out on crutchea. procure a large bottle, that couiplcrely cured him, 2:23; Ileus C, 2.20 gsit si i years old, Mall! Ucli., their Qneiti. Doctors, change of climate and everything The Kentucky Central haa a conf let them, 'Squire Murphy waa 2:20 gait at yeara old, Maggie Stewart, 2 20 gal t st The boya have made themselves "kinder whenhad apparently dead. we sent them by hand. The mall agents did Is 3, yesrs old, aud other proiulsiug ones, failed. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, lit dam Hu force putting In a lengthy aide track at ns uy nentinel, 2 2V? and the sire or Von Aruim, scarce" about the trains since John got Severe Coughs sad all Throat and Lung diseases, llagKag will b ceavevsd to aad fraaa tk lit and Hie ladie were remored to the not get hold of them, Kd. 2.19)5; Auuelte, 2 25; T A.2SS, You eg Stanford Junction and preparing to place shade of a fr.e of charge. Special aecesaaodalloae t hurt. It la guaranteed to ture. Trial Bottle Ire, large tree and Dr, Peyton, who had -P- olice Judge, Jno. W. Ueid, held Vlvandler. 2.20k, Mlguou, 2.J1K; U- to LosasasrclalTravalsrs. Th Bar will k , The many friend of Mr. O. Pitman all II at Penny A McAllsler'a Drug Store. a Knginta now have to back been nent S.?M. Iuui, a M;iirano.Bnuuej sirs St. peuuociiaiBII Fe, for, aoon nrrired. At flrat it wa court here on Wednesday. "" ""a ia caoicsst U needier lo Volunteer, tha It Jullen. 2.1 IU: of will be glad to learn thai be has again been araadaofLlqaers sad Cigars. to Richmond before they can be turned Olosler. ifclJ; All. v. 2.19; llodlue, 1,1V;. thought that ono of the '9iulro' eye had to say he grace the Haitlon and promises 2.UVJ; ilunter. 2.20.; Amy, 2:W1. uj a. score so lucky aa to draw $3,000 in the L. 8. lotMKVT around. AbThKTISKMl.HTK. been put out, but after tho dirt and blood to be a mau of a much weight a auy on aiore In t hs 2.SO el 2d dam Kilir Kivet. th. tery. He drew $2,000 a year ago. Mr. dauiof Hertle(llrl,2'.VMr.nl.l r..r.l i a 1.1' : -The telephone fererhaa atruck ua "bad." were washed out It wa found losllll retain the bench. ,tt use i.i w... .m.u, .,, uti fjr griouiui ot siaua '.'. me Pitman is a cltixen of Ash Grove, Mo. senger. A trjo of young men are here with the Its sight. He remained unconaclou t record, 2 2V,. bf Aleisoder's GEORGETOWN COLLEGE, for an Soo Osren writes cheerfully from the The young folk gave a hop at Mr. B. Auuaiian, in aire ellloluiuilia MalU, 2:14; Uosa- "ltattlebone" patent and numerous tinea hour or more, during which ho wa remov- Fall of Cumberland. He report a large the GEORGETOWN, .l!r,!,,,t tnornaaia. 2 221,. A I wont, Abdallah II. Sutton', near Mt. Guthrie, Tuesday Houtberu It. It. Located KY.--O- u b allby Cincinnati lllot. Ac Ac. SJ dim he ltMlJti-k.- i lili..r ih. In tha are being put up and projected. Our ex ed on a litter to Mr. Mocker' bouse, where and pleasant party which I receiving dally and beaudam of Kentucky Wilkes, 2 21, aad th graudsm night. Several of tho boy and girl from tiful "Ulu Ureas'1 regiou of Kentucky. Mill pcrleoce with telephone la that they are a ho now Ilea aleadlly Improving. Hi daugh- additions. Many of hi last season' guest September Ird, lias. Instruction la all S.yer-olI have recently opened In ltlcbuioud a larg and town went out und took a put. They came branches ot m College educatiou, Kxkef record.! br Liui.t. be kk... lcucd deluaion and a anaro. compute I lining Mill, aud aw prerd to lurulab usa Morgau, the sir of ill ters, although Mt badly hurt, clung to him are on hand and other hare notified him back highly Veruioot lilac k Hawk, ths pleased with the good time ferred. Th degree ot 11. S., A. B aud A. M. con- y every kind of ilreof r.lhau Allen and wauy olhtr trotters. Ked Useful course lor thus who can speud wltbn derotlon that wa truly affecting of their purpose lo come. Jacket's dam was sired by a to Tom Hill la winning golden opinion ou or two year In College. Term low fur they had tent. ... wa, iiDiuui an extra rosj mare brought lilsck from and refused to be mured from hi aide, ottered, fr'ur catalogue or particulate, BUILDERS' To my astonishment 1 Had myself unwhere he apeaka and the tide la lb North bv W. L. Villi, at Airrreriviiiiilv n.l past week hat been the dullest of adJreaa early tu Tht tferr it. M. DUDLEY, 1. D., Prea. where they lay and bathed hi forehead der the d .pleasure of the Telephone. This said to be of Messenger blood benlloel aud 4 the year in town. Farmer are all busy w generally in Ida fator that beta are UCLVUIMO Abdallah are boih by Itvsdyk's llauitle-tonlaand hand. The great wonder I that all I all wrong. I bow lo the Telephone am thagraudslraofMaud B., 2.iui, and th being made that he will be elected b y of er taking care of their wheat and hay crop. IreofDeiter, 2:I7 U'cHthcrboHi-tliuK- , Nettle. 2.18. Orani lllrl. of them wt-r- not Inalantly killed, and tho proud of it a a public Iuslltutiou honor Flooring to: u a telle, 2.21, Jay llould, 2.211,, aud M olhtra the 600 majority. He will apeak at Grass Is unusually good thi season and If ! fact that the 'Squire haa recorered from it a a public convenience admire it lib record Of 2 SO Ullj belter at a it can all bt aaved there will b more hay Doorw, NhhIi, liliudM, jLHtktt, Waaaliad be ALJ.Il.h IM.it mire AlU,un.r4 July II; Preacberaville, 10; Crab the ahock shows that be ha aluioit a con- philoaopbie triumph iu abort, would be Ked Jlui, g.year-olrecord, 2 2. 1st daui la All persons having claim sgaluat tha estate In thi county than ever before. Orchard, 18; Holdatn'a Mill, 20; Highland, NklHKlCH, JriOllllllHgel, lo (ten. Uta. II Thom.i tlr. ol NlHir- stitution of iron. He ia 72 rear old. The willing to swear by it, did I Indulge In 21', IWgbt'a rkhool-Houabcott's Thomas, 2.21, by Mauhrino Measeuger, sire Misse Adam and DavIs, of Lincoln lbs 1st Francis U. 'ux will prvMat tbeut to u '23; Malta Hap, buggy waa the moat complete wreck Im- awearing at all. But It cm get In lit reolUwioakl,2 29)i, Id daw by Msmbiluo Chief, wajM, itSth. county, and Mi Fannie Crawford, of Lau- properly vsrlfisJ, by July JJ, 1M1. slrsofLady Tboru, 2.1,, Wood lord MamUIno, aginable and looked more like kindling port in advance of t Aa I sell at prices such aa th ebov articles can b 2.2IH. Usmbrlno fatiheu aud others. Id daui by ui. K. T. MOV.W, rel county, have beeu visiting Mia Maggie The Cumberland Falls Hotel, kept bjr wood than a rehicle. The horse, though imp. napuicosi, Hunter, lCI-Administrator 1'. Id. Fox, dccM. bought Iu Louisville, Clminustl, or oilier whole- Meiejenger will fcugllsh season of Ae. AUl.llih Meatr. Carpenter and Peyton, of the Adauit this week, Mri. Georgia Jone and uisle lb ISU si Chss. sale bouse, 1 am sure I taa uak a to youi Mr. 8. Owena, ia the moat pleaaant place In apparently a docile and lazy DUUU'S. 2i liiilei frotu KlaiiLirJ. bn Hu.h Itr.nrh one, had tun Stanford bar, were with ua laat Wednesday family, of Loularllle, are at Mr. to patrvulH bom liulitullvoa, I em pike, 1 utile from Utaufoid A Lancaster Idk and J. J. WIN the mountalna to apend the aiituiner, either off three timet before, but the 'Squire' at- on alao a practical 3 miles from Laucaater A Dam III pits, st fiO to professional business. Ml McAfee ia liauia', J, D, Chandler, a popular youug for the InraliJ or pleasure aceker. Ita tachment to bim had prevented Iuaure a Mare in j'oai. Money due aa aoon hit tell. here on her agency for Price's book on commercial evangelist, wat In town this a th fact la ascertained. Marea tbst bar public mineral watert are fine, the fulling and Ing him, although repeatedly urged by hi Geo. records of 2 30 or better, or such as hsv produced Barnes, Mlat L. M. Bogle it visit- week taking orders from the merchant O. can U bad by railing at lb And am prepared to furnish deigns for ...Vf"1 with bunting good, the boating nice and the family to do ao. The hill on which and eetliuaU trotterscharge. record ol 2 30 or better, may b brad "UiImii Clly Blot.," Klugs Mountslu, Ky. (loods tor bull Jlugs aud fro ol tblt ing la Garrard. Mr. John llurgln proo-- c boot and tboe. Addrcea alt kind of scroll work. dafly. Thanking th clllaeoa culalnw Juat uplendld. Stagea meet the accident recurred It WlljJjltU U. JJUHM, doing Some ptrtlet from Madison county reclvd allil lh. urri.un.lln Miini.. of King a long and dangeroua small business, csa b Judgto .. SlOUUtaln the chool at Christian tkJT. edThat I am fact no my blaulord. ljncolu Cu.. Kv. from th that bauk account run from daily traina ou the 0.8. It. II. and take you out and several persona hare been killed Maasnaoa falsca, by Meaaeuger Chief, dim twit on College. Uriah Dunn It nearly ready for hare been buvlne all the lamb thev could liberal paUuuai., I io I tot a oontluuauc ol aim.. 11,500 lo IZ.UM per week ... Is iV.il.l-Mr uo no is. "101 .!.-- . iiaL. under sold by anybody." get In thi county, paying from 4 to 6 cts. The highest to the Falla for i upper. CuUlractlniC aud buUdlo dun. limranl- l- ....I . It by bonet running away, market price pain tux couuiry pro-- living price. Address another trip South with stock. t ancy Day, 2. W Ac.) will usk the aeaaoo ot 1M per lb, for them. . lIM-tat rouul loa', BryaaUilll, Ky., at Ki to lasurs H. HILtOX, C. H. MTArfOHs. W.O.D. 3 sa?yasr3roKX). NOTICE ! -- IM-l- lteer SAFE FOR SALE teeorM-hanil lt a Hca j. f hobihox, m TO THE PUBLIC rooaxoji oiiiNTiNa.- ' AtlnriioyAtLnw, Court-hou- flrat-claa- a d ir NowIIandsomo Millinery DJ3NTIHT. Ki-ti- ll i. O.-- J. FOGGATKOItPE (194-ly- court-hous- JOS. SEVEttAJaJCE, J. ROBINSON e . 162-4- Kin-nair- THE GREAT Ice! Ice! Ice! JO,-0- n, r "i lt, ROBBED e, -t v, 0, CHEAP FOR CASH. r) ESTILL SPRINGS! 1U, lt Articles Incorporation '" FRANCIS HOTEL. a a a .,. ..." "" I....uil STANFORD, - - KY. a .. a Refurnished and Rciltled v. lck-et- .. g .... corpo-rst- e n "' n.H.jnvf. Commercial Traveler 1 ebip-per- s, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr Abdullah Messenger! and liotol still Roputation, 2ds P" .k, turn-table- RICHMOND ... "." l..u. PLANING MILLS! 'MATERIAL! sea-sl- s d ou-l- er Bet-lin- Alex-aude- n. Notice 1 d e, Ac Jt Don't Read This! kla lj ARCHITECT, ar A -l LJ tin inn nnii, tho pnonpt-hooread tho Vfnsn t it a Jolly Mory, JooT' mid Tittrso cmwof card, and heard what pawed lwlwcen Tom, when thoy wvro snugly ensconced If you wish to havo a healthy nnd him and yon. It is you who aro tno under the sheets for the night. " Do good child you 'must bntlm tho baby thief in intention, if not in actual you know, it proves one thing. I'vo twieo a tiny. Tlior o Is, perhaps no crons deed ; nnd now you had letter go nway thought from what I'vo henrd nnd nnd irritblo man or woman who goes July 13, 1833 qnickly, mid Ik) thankful yntt aro let off rend nnd yon know I'vo rend n heap of Mitliout a dslly Imth tint would lo better Friday Mentis, so cosily.' books that tho fellows who Ivgln way if it were regularly taken. Your infant "Then, taking Dick's hnnd, ha looked down always s.tm to gel up tho highest will I m ko much more qtiiot with daily THB XO.STHX aillU InttJ tho i.lo faeo, nil disfig- in tho finP; pityingly batln m to fully pny you for your llmo T VATID S. COSTia. That Hrown'sIron Uitthks ured by his nssniUtil'srudo tint, mid troublo in giving thorn. It will grow-U1 told her of rnal d whom tnlnd will cure the worst case nr.rnnTunt.tT. qv tr.iriv.iTioss. with me, my little lad,' ho "'Como stronger nnd will le more likely to Dm Ailed with: trader thoughts ul tanclca Tho following, from 'fuimlieri' Jmir of dyspepsia. was my txickct-lioosaid. which A sorely being of the kind havo cleanly nnd genteel instincts nil Tbey write about Jn ell romances. you found, aud I am going to show you mil, H good, and will well repay mul- through life. Begin with wnter that is M Knoweet Will insurcn hearty nppctite thou," er Id J, this inalden fair, now that, no matter what comes, " hon- ing : Certain faculties there nro u re luodemtely wnrm, and ehango gradually, Whoee beauty doth uy thoughts btgullot' i and increased digestion. porter must necenrily pomes.", which, esty is tho best policy" to follow.' Kb uinnl with dresmy sir, (o colder water, but not if not natural, cnu rarely, it ever, be no very gradually, "Well, I should smile P "And Dick, going willingly, was led cold wnter. A cool 'bath will Iks Cures general debility, and quired. Thoy may lw developed ruul loo to a cozy homo, whero a sweet-face" Itw cheeks jmpsese tbe rope's hne, mora strengthening than If you keep to gives a new lease of life. No form is daintier or completer, woman with a babo iu hor arms como to improved, if present in somo degree; tho warm wnter, providing Mio child is No bilr po brown, bo eyes so blue, but thoy enn renrcely bo imparled nhrn? tho door to greet her husband with tho Dispels nervous depression not too delicate (o stand it. Do not bo Nu mouth If tenderer or iwwltr, samo smilo sho might have worn when the germ itself in allogiitlnr wanting. in loo gront n hurry to got tho cool and low spirits. Tbe ftrored youth wbo gains the hand bath. Of Ills fslr girl III ne'er regret It." ho wan her lover. And tlicro, in that Ho must possess tho faculty of intuitive- Ileaction comes only when Uio child is With modest grace eh sddedt "And homo-nes- t, Restores an exhausted blessed by mutual respect ly seizing upon tho essential features p well, strong and eld enough to genera to Don't yon forgttIL" full strength and low, tho poor orphan boy found a nnyoccurronce whichhomnybo intrusted nnimnl hent, A handful of salt may le M to report, whether it 1k n single speech, Ob, tlicro dear mistreat of my heart I nnd gives abundant susshelter. His benefactor was a physithrown into tho bath. Dry tho child My tngell let tut kneel before thee cian, and thero was many n way iu which nu entire meeting, or somo important quickly and gently, nnd dust tho tenance for her child. And ssy bow beaten) sweet thou art, skin public affair extending over dnts, in Dick's nctivo hands nnd limbs could And bow devoutly I adore thee." with starch ioudcr that has no scent Strengthens the muscles nnd bha turned saay Ler lotely bea1. maka themselves useful; nnd there ha f en weeks. It would never do for n re in it. And, with a languid )oa tlial Bred Kirter, cither while nu affair wjs in ncrvcs,cnricheshc.blood. lived until tho years brought Clothing for infants should Imj light My eoul, In murmured accents aild, with them a restless, nmbitioui longing progress, or niton its termination, to U And warm. Through " Voii make nis tired." tho earlier years Overcomes weakness, wakeJrVigvufae, for indoitcudonce. Then, with tears in mxioualy cogitating ivitkiuiiimsulf ns lc say for three years a child needs fulness, and lack ofencrgy ihat ho should retain and what hi his eyes, ho pressed tho kind hands of Let Uio feet, ALL TltltOUOll A POCKET-BOO- his friends, and started out in tho world hould reject. All this must be settled plenty of warmth. nWouicn nud chest always bo healthKeeps olTall chills, fevers, oy tho faculty of whichwo are speaking, to enrvo Ids own fortune. fully worm. Do not overdo this, r, and other malarial poison. " Ho went West, to Mint land whero nd which must attract, as to n focus, Tom and Joo He stretched, with henvy garments that will '.ho really important poiuts groupinp ion, upon the rag beforo the flro, witlm' stout hands aud hearts are so much Will infuse with new life keep the child iu a vapor bath of very ilificonfiolntu look upon tlio young needed and prized. Success docs not them in their proper order nud within the weakest invalid. Tho flannel clothing, as well faces the ilanciug ilnmoa lit up. It is n como without laltor, and Dick worked the necessary limits, without lots ot as other dress of the child, must bo frelimo or nny special effort leiiig involved stormy night, r.nd they nro, therefore, hard, and his exertions were rewarded. j; VlVrSt., TUliiincre, Pee. iSlf. quently changed to promoto health. All For tli yean have len a disappointed of n promieed trent to So ho felt when, ten years later, ho was in tho process. Ho must nlso havo nn tho clothing must 1o loooo lutTcrcr from lllooil DUeatc, lift. enough to rrla.mlConttipalloa,a ml became which for n week buck they hnvo been able to invest iu n safe business quito a intuitive perception of tho relntivo vnlnc glvo free play to tho viHl orgnns. that I coul.l ml li debilitated lay alom3ch,ln retail looking fonvurJ. anything on little sum tho result of his own indus- of words with nil their shades of meanCad, Bo clean in, everything pertaining to life ha J almost Lccotnc a LurJen. ing, so that ho may bo ablo to emplot Suddenly the door opens nnd gives try. Then, yielding to an irresistible, Finally, when hope ha J almat left rooms, or you will poison tho child your me, ny hutband leting Urown'i impulse to return nnd look onco more ju3t Hint jiarticulnr word which shall you love, not enough to kill tiitranco to a U1I, brisk figure. Iion llirriat admitted In the it, iierhaps, paper. Induced tneteclv it tiial. Boys', ore you hero ? Poor fellows I ukhi Um faces of his benefactors, ho convoy to tho reader tho exact sense " but sufficiently to impair vitality and 1 am now taWInf the third Umlc and meaning of tho original. And with and hate nol fell to wl! In all it's too bad you nro doomed to disap- turned his" steps eastward. make it harder for tho child to live. years at I do at the pre 14 Itmc " It was lato iu the evening when ho this latterfaculty must 1m combined the Keep tho child clean or it will poison pointment; but what mit you to u story i Jlril. K. Gairnn. Would it compensate in Uio least degree alighted at tho station and wnlkod up gift of facile expression nnd natural and itself. All discharges from the body aro tho familiar Btrcctwhiah led to his old correct nrraiigcmout, for woo unto him poionoas thoso from tho skin for the great auitnnl show?" as well Brown's Ihon But ho found n disappointment if hobo under the ncccssityof WTitingaud as others. An unpleasant smell that is Yes, they think it will; and, with rt homo. will have a better tonic awaiting him ; tho house was vacant, rewriting beforo ho can get his coinpoal perceived nbout n Blight but decided clmiigo in both innny ursons, and in effect upon any one who lion iuto soiucthiug liko proper form. and a sign 'To let' was upon tho door. and expression, they wait eipoct-onlltheir npartniehtj, is known as tho odor needs "bracing up," than .V reporter, too, requires n well confident of being interested, fur Ho turned away, intending to inquire in any medicine nude. balanced mind, a cool head, and lumanut, or human odor that is, tho to their brother-in-law'they aro no strangers tho adjacent house, when a sudden alarm impartial judgment. Wo do smell of dead, foul, poisonous matter, graphic storied. Azd ho begins: rang out upon tho night air 'Fire I hu exhaled through tho skin, and never "It was n very cold day, nnd, as little firol At once tho Mis clanged, and not say n reporter should have no fixed washed from tho liody. principles, no privato opinions of his Dick stood on tho corner tliiveringin with tho usual huo nnd cry men nnd Neither milk nor drinking water boys trooped out to tho rescue, and own, but ho must bo careful not to al- should bo allowed to the keen blast which pierced relentlessly stand in ocu low theso opinions to influence his ro- through his thin, ragged garments, he among them, catching their excitement, vessels, whero it might become contamTho firo was only ports. In his degreo ho should aspire inated by tho said, half aloud: ' Oh, dear I this world went tho traveler. geims of discaso or from to Boinctlung liko tno impartiality of the I wonder if it's somo five blocks nway, in n lnrge isn't much of nphi-- n notify Klecllont will Judge, who, whilo on tho bench, kuons foul or infected air from Binks, drains, baThla It totha tut thn puldle that Auuu.t ueil held on warmer where mot. house, nnd it mutt havo gained Jtomtiiu In it I I wish I was cesspools or other sourees. BoUi milk tifollowt: In Walnut Flat, .ir Jut lira cf Ida creiiOieadway lcfdro being discovered, nothing ef friend or foe, but decides nnd water readily thcrel' la time District for absorb tho germs of 1'encato AM vacancy, and In TurnertTlll "Poor boy A month ago death had for already tho flames were licking th simply upon tho merits, nnd altogether n great variety of diseases as, for Oomttl.lo to All arariocy.earasey. lor Comlaljle to Bit a windows of tho third story. apart from personal considerations. A 16M J. .V. JiKXKl'Kt-:- 8. L. C. robbed him of his only friend by taking instance, diarrhoea, dysentery, typhoid " 'It is Dr. L who lives here,' reporter nlso requires to bo nblo to away his mother, and since then ho hod diph'h'-rin- , etc AMEIUOAN- somo one says. his thoughts upon his work in foer, Yes,' another answers; lived as thousands do ' avcrywhero ' 'but he's away. He's my doctor, and nny circunistauces. While others around picking up what odd jobs ho could in To Bnch n degroojias tho penchant tho daytime, and sleeping at night in ho told me the other day that ho was him nro iu tho wildest enthusiasm, he becu carried that at Ol ICont uolcy. any nook that oflered him shelter. But going into tho country for a whilo with must bo ierfectly cool, nnd nbsorlied ou-l- for in his work. An audience, after tho present timo some score or so of work was not always to bo found, and his family.' Upon accepted tha atcory lor I d " The namo acted liko a shock of elec- having been held by some establishments employ tho services of n Lincoln aollcllatlon bat and Uarrardcountlea of tlilt luoat praisefor the past two days his pockets had worthy and rellah'e inilltuilou, tha tricity upon ono hearer in tho crowd. celebrated orator, may riso to its feet, special class of men and women who object of tha A.perfectly Society helot "to provide not held oven a penny with which to M. A. financial aid to tha wldowa. orphans, hrlra, buy bread, and tho boy was almost fam- Throwing ofl' his coat, disregarding tho and, by vociferous cheering and the nre known technisnlly ns "window-dressersand aatlgnt of Ita deceased members." No oao It nnd whose solo, or nt nny rato should hetluto to secure roeniWrihlp. to will ished. Ho walked on slowly, the tears Cries that called him back, Dick rushed waving of lints and handkerchiefs, givo those fall Inloruittlon to its feelings ; but the reporter chief, business is to nttend to displaying afford u Itpleasure to tlteshowing the object ul tha desiring and circulars running dowu his pinched face, when straight into tho mass of smoko and relief Society, natur of toe officers, Ac must racantimo bo careful that ho loses properly tho goods in tho flamo which enveloped tho ofllce-doosuddenly a great thrill ran all through V. II. HOVllKSTKR, 149 Stanford, Ky With auporluiman strength ho forced it not ono word of that elaborately preThcso window-dresse- rs aro libhis frame, for tho moment bringing open. All was dark inside, but with the pared and masterly peroration; or, if he erally paid, ono receiving a salary of a warmth it had but rarely known. seek relief, it must bo in tho stretching $3,000 a year, and several rejoicing in Could it "be, or did his oyes docoive liiin? lurid light which glared into tho wintho very respectable stipend of $2,G0O right beforo him on tho pave- dows Dick saw a motionless form in tho of his cramped fingers, and the There, of his icncils in readiness for the per annum. Tho window-dresse- rs cliair' beforo tho desk, with his head I do ment, was a pocket-boo"With, a hasty glaiico backward the sunk upon his breast, nnd his eyes next spcr.kcr. At tho scene of somo ter- nothing but dress windows, which occulad, with trembling fingers, lifted nnd closed. Seizing tho inert figure in his rible cataslropho, others may indulgo in pation, as thoir establishments cluuigo opened bis prize, and saw what seemed strong nrms, ho dragged rather than symptoms of distress ; but tho reporter tho display in Uieir windows once or liko incalculable riches to his unaccus- carried it from tho room into tho hall, must bo engaged in taking a survey ol twice every mouth, demands their en-t- iro aud from thence out into tho open air. all tho surroundings, and at the same working timo. Others combine tomed eyes a roll of crisp bank-notetimo making himself acquainted with all with their window-dressi- ng "A shout of horror greeted him. tho selling " ' Now I can got something to eat I ' " ' Wo rapped nnd called and no ono tho painful nnd oftentimes sickening de- ot good.-!- , and it is stated by a largo re"But something w hito attracted bis notice; a card, and peucilod upon it a answered, and bo we thought it wai true tails. Iu times of political excitement tail dry goods dealer, as ono ot Uio rethat ho was away. Ho must havo been and contest, tho caution, prudence, and sults of his experienced observation, came aud address. ! "Dick could Tcad a little, and ho suffocated before he could call for help. judgmout of tho reporter aro frequently " that any man who has seuso and tasto put to the severest tests ; and it will be enough to dress a window has and must easily picked out tho written characters Poor man I ' $5,212,737 81 u ' Lcavo me nlono and attend to your well for him in such times if ho ltenr in have ability and tact enough to mnko a American Assets, which proclaimed to whom tho lost Losses paid in 31 years duty,' Dick said, briefly. 'Ho isn't mind tho old maxim, to have long can first-ra- te pocketbook belonged. salesman." Tho preparation 831,000,000.00 in U. S. exceed " For a moment tho boy hesitated. It dead his heart still beats. But mako and u short tongue. in often of an elaborate Mio task was his. Ho liid found it. Ilud ho nol sure there is no other iumato in tho of many weeks. Several Solid, l'roiiiut and Honorable, l'org TUK ir KST. house.' losses ultliont 00 tlnjn' discount. a right to it ?7" . points aro of the first importance in The boundless, free, uiitramniclcd dressing "'There can't bo. Don't you see " But eveu as ho thought conscience Tho blending Does a tbe Leading American Business. West, ai its citizens love to call if, is tho windows aro all shut and burred ? ' rose, and with a loud voico cried: and tho contrasting of colors must be " The house was buruod to ashes be- certainly proclaiming its right to thoso attended to in every detail. Then the " 'Not As long as you know tho own. rollcles written Ly adjectives, if the stories its nowspapers foro Dick's efforts, seconded by tho sym "background" of the window, so to ers namo it U not yours.' publish givo an iudox to tho character JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent. "Just Ixiforo she died his mother had pathetic efforts ol tho croud of friends, for imagination which it cultivates. apeak, must receive duo atteutiou, so as who had by that time gathered at tho COMPANIES rei Mid to him: to "bring out" tho "effects." Then 8IXOTUEB " 'Dick, my poor boy, I doubt not spot, proved effectual to restore his ben- Tho latest news tells how two men who care must lie taken to produce both rcaented at tha ssmo ageocy. Itatea reasonable 111- fishing in au Indian river one consciousness. Then, alive wore but that you may come to wear a torn, efactor's "day" and "night" "effects," as thoy evening were attacked by a largo black and breathing, though faintly liko an insoiled coat, but there is no need that it are called, and so to arrango tho exhibRepresentative Newspaper of the' South' monster with a rough skin like an should coer a soiled bouL Bo true and fant, thoy boro him to a friend's home, its that ono will not interfere with the which attempted to upset the TUB WEEKLY honest, no matter what happens, and whero Dick, us soon as he, had sent a other. A show window has to bo brilltelegram to tho absent wife, telling boat, and failing to do so avani nwny iantly illuminated by gaslight or electric Uod will caro for you.' rapidly, bellowing liko a bull. It is ono "A choking sob rose in tho boy'i of. her husband's peril nnd Biifety, fol- of the saddest social signs in tho West light, as well us to bo criticised and ext lowed. AN OBfJANOF as ho slowly turned. amined by bunlight ; nud every thought"lwlUtako it to the liouso that li " ' Bo you havo saved my life, Dick.' that its citizens will toko whisky with ful man, especially every theatrical them when they go IlontoH on tho card ho said softly; 'but, oh, tho doctor Baid, a day later, That was mail, will understand how difilcult it is how hungry aia 1 " a lucky day forme when I lost my pock- - Journal. to render anything equally attractive by I'D into tho "Hothrwtthe pocket-boo- k LOTTliltlr.S IX 1703, dav aud uiKht. A'ew York Jlcrald. breast of his jacket, but nobefore it " Dick's eyes filled man though ho In these degeiierato days Mio lottery Ah Emeht Ok wan. OsLY 15 per cent, of the bchool chilhad been seou. is looked UKu as u very wicked institu was a more than lucky day for dren of Holvoko, Mas., are of Ameri" Soe hero, Dickoy, old fellow, shell MONOPOLIES, 0LIGARCHISM tion which nil men should avoid. Laws can pntciititjro. I'orty-oupar cent, are out I You've got a find, and you must mo,' ho answered, 'and I am oiily glad have been enacted to suppress it, and Uiut l havo been enabled to renav iu cent, of French go shares. Hero, hand over Uiat have, in a great measure, driven tho of Irish aud 82 per THE SPIMT OP SUBSIDY I somo measuro tho grout dubt that I owo parentage. ok.' managers ot the concerns iuto oUier Canadian to you.' As embodied In " Dick looked up resolutely into tha uhauucls of business. Things wero It is announced that sharks eat cats. "Aud tho wife nud daughter came, different in our grandfathers' boyish faces of his oecostcrs. Thoy days, family should herewere bigger boys than ho, but ho was and Dick was overwhelmed by their when tho drnwiiig of a prize in a lottery No after bo without a shark. graUludo, but whnt touched him most no coward. THE was looked upon as. u blessing from. " You can't havo it,' ho said, 'for it was when the daughter, whom he God. In 17C3 tho lottery was highly WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L Otru Nat calls his old torn cat Joseph a little girl, now commended. isn't rhino; and I'm taking it whero it Ono S.imuel Scubury in- - Cook, because, of tho extreme length of Ilea no superior as a great lamlly and political a graceful young woman with all her Lvested belongs.' a little of his spare, change in a his clause. Obsequies ut an early date. paper la the uewspspor world, lis clrtulstloa Is "'You can't como that dodgo over mother's beauty nud her father's good-mp- s ticket, and niter druwing a prize thus JtAXV TIMES L.tUllHU combined Iu her lovely face,' took wrote me. Hero, hand it over, or you'll wish Wu tako lessons iu nrt literature a : "Tho ticket number 5,8(50, by Than any political newspaper In Ilia Boulh, and Is his hand iu her two fair ones, and, pressyou had,' and tho taller of tho two boys thousand things ; but that high sense of excelled br Lut few In the United Stalaa. It con the blessing ot Clod, iu tho LlghUiouso tains each week tha most rouipleta summary of raised ono hand to strike, while ho made ing it to her soft, red lips, said: ' How and l'ublio Lottery of New York, aphonor, man's obligation to mau, is for- sua news oi iua wonu.auu lis euiioriai coiuuios can I over repay you? But for you I (Henry Wattersou, are always a snatch at Dick's jacket with tho other. pointed by law, Anno Domini 17t3, drew gotten. able, strong sud bright. Atnong the would now be futhcrless, and my mother "Tho thiu cloth parted, mid tho ESl'ECIAL, FEATUUEti 500 in my favor 0d., of which I I Dg Are Tclettraphiooiclsls a wjdow."' of dispute rolled upon tho paveCoLonuD childreu iu Washington aro In the United rltsirs and from sll tha leadand points received ViS On., 0.1., which Mio deEurope. Herlsl Hhort "And he married the daughter, I duction of fifteen per cont. makes not yet admitted to tho public schoola stories, TaliuarVSBsrnious tie day alter doll wr ment. In llrookljn 'laUrnacle, Mattel ltrporli, fashseparate schools being provided for ion Letters, Turf and Slock lUporis, Aoiwerlo '"You young rowdy, what aro you supjioKc," Tom says, breaking iu. 500, for which I now record, to my Oorreapondrota' . Department, l'oetry and Depart! IIVii u ngui. one lounu a I'obterity my Miauks nudlpratiieVto striking that little boy for?" them. ment lor Children, Mo Home In the Country Al should ba without It. way to repay him ; nud that ends Mia mighty " Tho a middle-agewu Qod, tho giver of nil good gifts. ocuoYulout-facoLittlk fish hnvo u good notion as to man, and, as ho spoke, story." HVllHVItlfTlOX TiUlHUl Amen I" tho comuirucing of lifo; thoy always be"Brother ltielmrd," says Joe, looking he emphasized his words by grasping Dally, 111 a yearj fuDcJay. 11 a year; Weakly, singly vopy ou Tsar, II 60: lira tuplea, one year, Eukusok suys: "It is our manners gin life on u small tcalo. (lie rough boy's shoulder with no gentle up, "aro you quite suro it's a true tU.Au. Alter a club ul fits has been sent us tha story ? " club raiser csn, throughout th year, add single that associate lit.' It will inevitably hand. subscription at our lowest tlub rale II. 10 for Uio sublimost moNkvkii fear to bring "Quite euro for, my little man, that follow iu the reconstruction of society yearly eubsulplloas. Yearly subscriptions only " ' He's o thief ; he's got my pocket-book- ,' tive to Uio smallest duty, and Uio most cauba receired at tblt rata. Our terms lor less was tho sullen reply, with a vaiu Ioor little lxiy Dick, growu to manhood that the intelligent will bo attracted to the than I year aro II for tight tuouths; 7 cents Infinite comfort to tho smallest trouble. for six mouths, M cents lor ihrtw months. intelligent, tho aimed to tho refined) Iho gkuoo around for the companion, who Iiow, tells you this story, nud hU la sent A sample copy of Weekly imrlir-Juuri(lie good doo'tor, In no other than cultuiod to the cultured. Wealth has All resulting from as frea of charga lor kxsuilusllon on application. o bad lct no time iu putting u good Liberal cash touulsslon allowed caorettfie, and between himself and tho scene of your own uoblo Mhur, of whom you are lout its prestige as a social divider, and nervous debllltv, mental anxiety, deKtess-io- n outfit sent tbcuifresuf bsrite, AdJieaa W. N SSAI.StKMAN. of spirit and functions! denouement of bo justly proud; whilo the daughter U now thero is oppoi (unity for all, espe action. Co., laulsvlll, Kr. I'rtsldiul your sister Fun, who, twelve years ago cially for tho young, to secure their nervous lysUin, cured 1 (Jerinao Invig'"That he hasn't. I have been nut I ldnr.M mill In IIia .rA.i1 unnTAtu orate, gee adrertlaemeat, For ule by Demooratlo and for a Tariff for Bereune film v..ni. ..t.tj ...... ......... watching the wholo occurrence from tho Urn future. I'dunr A McAlliter. oaljr. "I wtoop jut over tbe wav. 1 saw this lit undo mo ouo of tho lutuuhut of r, - &ai-$- f tckli nf criorloHrnal n,iwr. CHURCH PIRKCTHRT. jw. -- Know 1'astor. HerTlres aretf flunday morning anil night eteept tha Ihlrd. Prayer Meeting srery Thurotsy nliht. Kuiidsy ekhool at Ou a. H, Iter. II. 0. Morrison, Muirlnln.enl. J. M. BArTIST. Ret. r'outlh llauci, I'sttor. liettlcee Runlays, raarnlng and and Bliht, rrarer Meeting trsry WiMneaday aftar-nooKunday Nchool a 1 1 10 a. at. It, K. Harrow Superintendent p hy the ClUIT?AN.--Worshiday. I'reatMne by Dr J. W. Oot onfrron.l and fourth ltri'a dtjt, rtunday Hchool at t IS. Joa, Hefrranca,rtaprrlotndrnt. B? IIODIST, BOUTII.-lls- II. JflV01 JIOIIVK. C. f Morrleon. Louisville, New Albany & Chicago T1IF. Railway. ItUNNINII LMillniiui LOUISVILLE PaIhco TO Cars! AND HOI.IH THAINH 'It k PIIKSRYTKUIAN, Itcnt.Hnrerlniendenl Wednrs.lay nights. IXItlfli -- UrV. I. ri. Me Kl. Kchool at 9 U. John W, Union l"rarer Moetlngon CHICAGOl d OPERA HOUSE, -J- KrnlAt. NoTH - Fssaengers Irvnl Hi Knot-til- l. Itrsnth of 1. A N. It, 11. srrlre In Imulatllle In time to taksthftSTenlnt; train of tha "Monoa through to lUiute" and r LHTANKORI, t KY. Orrctirnnllc. CrnTfFnrlitvtlltt I.arrllo mill CIllfflKO rtlthoHt fllBHgC. TIMK TAIILF CITATIONS. . . "W. P. WALTON, - Proprietor. Dslly. T lMtly. I.va, luUtlll...... (Ireenraatle... Igbtcomnletaarts ol Bren- - Air. Oawfonlttllla BlieofSIa--. IOsSO, " ery rVallng rapacity, Including gallery. COO, Lafatclie . .. jMneonauia raiea to Ruoti aiiraciions AdJr . " L'hlrto as alare. Stanford Female College. STAM'OItn. KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, This Inslllullon will open Its Thirteenth Keaaloa on the 3d Monday In fepleniler next. ALL THE BHANCIIKtl OF A The mntl direct rout, with ontr ona change of cars, lo all In Wisconsin, Mlnneaola, lows, For lurther lafomtallon. Nebrstka,Ae MUltUAY atKLLKlCtl. I'. A.. Loulttllle, Ky ..,. - - Itlia I II INI i vt llpm a in 1 01 p m ts am pro a M 4 It pnt ui I W (iru lot K. m,mm ILyiLoqii VILLE how-ove- boy-fusli- THOROUGHENGLISHCOUnOE Art taught, as well as Through Trunk Line i sinTill OR CAT i &NAVrWKJtlTP 1 er' MUOIC. TUB IiANOUAOKU. INO AND I'AINTINO. 1)11 AW. TERMS MODERATE. Mo; I'reraraUuy, ItO, and IWIrglate, liO. In Tuition, i regular .. range from iS to SM In th t..l..:prlree ...... .... v.... ii... iiimhit, imrmiNiiis s f- -, HHH. For fullMrttculars, aa to Hoard, Ac .sddrees H. lrlMrlinsl, '. TKIII-.tlKAKstanhrd, Lincoln Co., Ky. Bitters pool-lio- "HALL'S Without Change and with SHORTEST AND Sfiti UarlratM ROUTE QUICKEST rnuu Louutiux to hie SOUTH & WEST Jackeontllle, Mobile, snd Ntw Uileans, s RatarI.RB 13 BECOaMENUED UY ritYClCIA!?a.' Cavlty-Chronlo PUllJNCAIlSas,!i'.,.W. Atlaiila.kattasah. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Talace Uais Without Change ESlection Wo tic e! IHt-trl, hand-som- o ono C.itnrrh of of tho Cur, Cya or Ulcerntlrol Oatarrn INTERNALLY, nnd Throat. It la taaon Blood ncta DIRECTLY upon thaSystem. ami It Mucous Surfncea of tha 1st tho host Blood Purinor In tho WORLD, and la worth ALL thut Id charsad for It, for THAT nlono. tJUJllIW tho Naaal SHORT LINETOTHEEAST Fresa Loulttllle la I'slsral'sra wllhaslchaage Seeking homes on the line ol this rosd will rates. See Agents ol tide (uinpaliy for lalee, roults Accrsilie C. P.AIatORf, 0,r. 4I.A. Lnulaellls, Kr. '" FMIRRflWTC ClnlUnHIl I O rccslva apcclsl low xrnB 1 ONLT INTERNAL S'T-I- Jt CURS FfliVCATARRH And va offer Onn Hundrod Dollnra tor nny Cnso of Cnnrrh It will not Curw. Tlin MARKrrra) Don't Bo Led Astray 1 ri.iu Mutual Aid Society y show-windo- spell-boun- WILL. CUUU AN V CASIi. Hy the prrullarly worded aJtertlseuenttof rltsl OfBco of A T 8TwaT.t Oa.' which Cntcio.i, III, Juno 4, lieu, ( routes, Fihorleat sis Halle todeeelrelhe puklle. il The snd Ualckeal lloute frou Clncla-nay J. CKtnrptt Tolnlo, O. ilrttr: Weal Is tha ? I tat') pleaturo In lofrnnln-(jtntlrmen rod that I Lato used llall'a CnUrili film li has cumt rn- -1 was Tf ry bad and don't healuta to say that It will cure-anrata of fatarrti 1 taken Yours tnilr, properly. J. 11 WttTntarcan. t, IR.W. leira-te- ," IIOTTLK.' lVOKTn 8IO llora luul T. MntauT. Jackacn, ! li . wriu--s Catarrh for SO rears. J I all's Catarrh Cunt curnl oia. cunal.tcrlt worth tlttfOaliottla. lMtlo. all DrtijrclsU at '. rte. MauufactureVlaivlaol.lVr J UltXtY 4. LXJ. A 10 Hours ! r. show-windo- rola ITVJlolora, TOIXDO, OHIO. 1'or sale In B it Cincinnati lo St. Louis Hours shred of allothM lines. tan lord by I'scny A Mc A lister. Vt 0 L Afficted, Attention 2 DR. GAM'S REMEDIES FOR THE MILLION. MANUKACTUUCD UY W. K. (IANN, U. D., k & s. NI I 3 2 2 Hours 12 Thg. Pally Tit lot, with no change of cart lor say Jb clsstot aengers. Ially Trains to Iulstllle, with Free Tarlor Lara. Dally Trains lo F.tanttllle. 4 hours In edit nee of all other routes, with ona leas chasge of rare. I'ally Trains to Cairo, 7 hours quicker than sny other line, and no chsngs of tars, Dally Trains to Hew Orleans. Wo change si rare frota Clorlontll. QUICKEU """ Chln(a iWutM, 1ms & GLOBE MONTICELLO. KY. ThawoiM Is filled with lha wonletful. Iaut. ful and Intricate Intentions ol roan, jet all tha combined talent and genlut that tha world has aver known has nefer produced aoytbUg that ran compare wsth 'Ir. Ilann's lterue.Het" Medical aklll and science hate, as jel, tailed to dlMueer ts any thing euualtu thrui.lor the cura ol tbe Aa their for which they ara recommended. rlrtuea aod uses ara Dralard by thousands through' out lbs length and breadth ul lbs land, and as tuey cannot m Mtndartlrauilir an I ara lully substantiated by tha strong-e- at teetluionlala. For Cuugha. IVIda. Croup. Jtronchltls. Cunturap- Hon aud all Dlaraseaa ul Ihs Thrual aud Luugs, -- IiiNiirnneo Company . Is Iheonly Una with 4 Dally Trains frou Cincinnati lo Hu Louis, making direct rooortllone In the Union Depot (at St. Loojslwllh alluourl 1'atlOe Uallasy, Hi. IakiIi, Iron Uoun-tai- n A Moulhern luilsay, Chicago ot Alton lull, road, Chicago, Hurllnctou A Qulury lUllruad, Keokuk A Ht Louis llallroadi Wabash, ML Louis A Facile IUIlroa.1, Xlttwurl. Kansas A Ttisa lull wsj, ht Louis A Han Frauclico Hallway. thsn by other lints. Tlueoa Ihs rf Ully uu,, ,nd laildS Pitt Two Hours leaachange of csis J. Impren Thit Upon Your Memory. Bhow-wind- show-windo- ''"' FIB8T-CLAS- S The O. ! tli Is the only Una iy which you can get through rare Iron) Cloclnr-at- l tool, Lou la without pe)lng eitra lars In addition to luooey pal I tor tlrkat. Forilckett, rslee, or an Inloruittlon, call on Tlcktt Agents of connecting lines. I7hu Dr. GuiiiVm CuiikIi -I- NI rieaaacaiiat i&s ttainui at,ta at., iirand For Liter Coumlalnt.I'rtrrpela. Cincinnati eat rouita oi um street.Hotel, uepoi loot dice, Constlpstlon, Hour biotnech and sll Uillous anseaaet. W. W. FIIAIIODV, W. II. SIIATTUC, Clen'l llauaon r. tlen'l Fasawigar Agt Vho Clutlnuatt. Uhiiii'm Cure. J, I). HILL, I'assenger Agent, Ibsnon, Xy. For Ilhsumallttn. Neuralgia. Rnralns. Ilrulats aid nwelllnge an asternal sppllcsllon for msu or beast Njrup. Dr. I.Itct Uho Uho Uho ITho Dr. Ohiiii'm Llnlmviit. KENTUCKY --T1IK CENTRAL R. T For I'llee, Hemorrhoids, Hums, Fistula and all similar dinresea, Dr. Gunn'M I'llo Oiiiiiiicul. Dr. Ciiiiii'm lllller-HtrccOlnlineiil. t Ml 110UTK TO I MOHT IIEHIRAIILK Courier - Journal Live Issues, Living Ideas For Fresh Cuts, Hums, Ulcers snd Old Bon, INI1V1VATI! And decidedly tha Popular lloula, sflbrdlng, as It does, less chsugea and superior accommodations to tlx-na- Dr.fsiiiui'H Mtoiiiucli ItKtorx I 2oaa.ri pobcbs. "'It e A UellaUa Tonic. Appetiser and llloud rurlfler, ana also curis iiyimeiia. inuigestion, t.iTer The North, Northwest snd West. In fad. If you tVimplslut, Halailsl Fetrra aod all iwrlodlral cuDUniplale a trip In any dlrrttlon, your lutareat Diseases. Usnufacturtd snd for sale by will ha Leatevrtrd by purchulog your tickets tla K. C and Cincinnati. ZTraluavacb way 2; Full tuan 1'alarslais, hlrgsnt New liar Coaches, and 3wr. handsomely furnltbvd llecllnlng Chair Cars lorui Sola proprietor, ilontlcello, Ky. STAII orders tha uuoiueled euluuienls of this Old Uellsble, U-by m.ll will rrrelrs pioiupt atlentlon. thereby making s trip oter this Una oca ol Insurious comfort and pltaiure. Try IL Miuouri, Iowa,Kaniai, Texai, w. ic. x., pocket-bo- GiSnPEHU 01' RY. Kentucky's lbs 1IMKTAIILE. BotTll. Lea. Coelngtou. " Falmouth.. IN KFFCOT MAY A No, 4. No. i. 20, 1812. . No. 4, That Tliiovi.ig Tariff Route runnings d Washington, Philadelphia only line 10auiSOOpmtlOpm DIOsu tlViui ttlpis Knst L'yuthlaua... 10 50 a ui 5 10pm ( 4pm pm II SO a la S U p iu 7 I'arla.. ... 13 Arr. LeilngUn. li 15 p u 5 43 p in g IU pm p in Lts. liloglou llliiia 0 10pm I N.Y. Arr. Wlncbetler !l 65 i is 7 40 l hi IDIpu . ' ML olerllug Ashlaud . IIHp.li 1131pm . " Huullngtun, - 7 41 p a I's Usui - 1 .. No. (13 V 1 I aJ . . PULLMAN NEW SLEEPINO OARS Noam. Nu. S. ' No.. 6. a soliiTtrain IsUiiUvllle, CIncliiiiHli iiml ob-Je- h, Ky., Lts tlOpw OUsm 11 . 0 IS p ui 7 M a in " 5 20 a u 11 SO a m a 10 a in li 07 p in . " Arr. Usloglon... 7 00 a u li 61 p au 7 Jo a uj 2Mpni Le, laixlngtou, 8 JO a 10 2 45 p in " Farls. ... " Cyuthlsna.. pm USiu twpu " ralmouth. ... 10 00 a u I II Hunllngtuu Athlsn- d- . tlt.Hlerllng Winchester ,. DUiu 10 a ui SOOpiu I'Upu lUpui Jtoptu llpm Arr Uirlugton " V Nn. ID " now-com- ju WASHINGTON CITY. ConnecllDg II 80 a la twpni MAYoVIIXL! PIVIHIQN. e tiopa ovpua S 40 put 4 6 05 put I i d, In same depot with fast trains lor No. II 50. is '- UtlnjUm mswu vvijjtair. aiarsriliar tli. ..111. ann.n. 1..1..1.. ..i,!- a am " Utrttllle 0 ooau aisjtinie li aipui Lsingtoall45piii d The Direct Route toLynchburg:, Dan. ville, Norfolk, AU No. 4 runt dally, aod haa Jay coachta fiom Clu. clutisll lu Washington, I'ullutu bleepertta Kaos. whs (alls, W. Vs. r)ios only at statioat ou K. 0. It. ILwhersllua Isglrsn. No. 1 runs dalle except Huudsy, bss through coaches tolluudng. 1h.'io-facto- r, dLt-aac- dlue self-abus- alia I lKlftaf tistt Mil A I.ll- -. sr swut UIMI hAt (rLtfxist day from Wuhlolil tun. rullMMi HhtMr rruiu Kintvha tu Mrlur curt fruui Lrilinj-oto ClacUnttt Ouly Ni-- l. - I an.l S rim al I ler an. swss VwlVfB, For tlcketa snd lurlber lufbrissHou, apply to day, sud bsts -- -through roachea teill a..... fPatiU from HuutlotWo your liesrat ticket otflie, or address aua hi, Bttiiiiig. ftlrlllbfluil a it tl vaa V tWH uetsas trl,tla, f3UU(4slf IMflWMU Virginia and North Carolina uith lointu. uirMt connection at Lsslnston Courier-Journ- al Haul Wtsteru Agent, 310 W. MnlH Ml., Loulsrllle,Ky. O. W. NMSTII, II. W, VI1LI.KH. Uao'l Uanwar, tlsn'l Fsss'r Ag't. lUchuiond, VlrgUls. JAMIJS ). KKNNT. ..;dY.,aiii..K7. O.W.BKNpKll. hupeilotandsnL "'"-- , ;""..'. A 1 li uin ' "" m "v.iiinai, jrsiausi frtlgat Passssgar Ageut, btsnturd, Ky, (Iiioamlom.., Cntlnjiiio, Kt, ft. Oen'i Fsss. sJi. and !L