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"WORK fOR JESUS Editor anil Propnttor llihllDhril TttrKlau and lYIittiw, Ha.no iim annum rriMB.ln't n. atampa In payment of aub-wt.pt to not rhnrt. and lhn of ! noririnaMoiMnot aVartbrr will, TZ l It DriigH, U'lllCH, Wall Paper. Musical C'licuilcalH, ItookK, I.lqtlorH, TM Bonn' t Mix. Iiixtritmeiilw, 1'HllltH, ieai-H-. niHiioncry, "JWtwV ao4 gray" mixed makes n Pocket OIlH, Noapn, Tobacco. Ciilllcry, wj jLampM, color very much like tho Perfumery, ArniH, Fire Machine WcWfllfta monkey painted hia tail, nnd tho freaks I'ertbanrt you're heard tha alory Onr Jenelry, SIlTcrworo and Optical Goods Department is In Cltariro of Col. 01 Wayneaburg'a put renown) of tho bluo boys asd tho gray beys, Tlios. IUchards, who will Kcpalr Aatclics nnd Clocks Promptly Oflcudjand nflitlngi gory and In tlio best style. wheu they Meet and mix, especially "I That oft dlaturbed our town; Where drinking, tuning, riot vrhoa they mix, haro a pood deal of Were lorn upon the air. "rabnkty-milneAnd e'en the Rabbalh'e quiet in them. The bluo Waa draeerated there. boys speak.tbo finest pieces that were Hut Cbrlit with wondrout alndneaa, over heard nothing to cornparo with hint," Butli lore and mercy fire, them in tho "Columbian Orator," or "And ho's downright good lookin'," In pity for our blind neaa Caused ui our aim to aee; "American Bpcakor" but thoy no added Damo Bryson, stopping to tako And when tboM aln confcailog up a stitch sho liiul dropped in her knitsootier Ipeak them' than thoy forget all ileeleanaed them by Ilia blood, MrcitClEAN'J? ting. We lell the heatenly bleating abojit it and go straightway to Wash Come o'er ua like Soul. ,, "Tho first virtue iu n woman's eyes, ingtou nud find an old crippled relel of course," retorted tho nrmcr, with a And now we work fur Jreux, in gray in somo smnlt uflico, or n rebAnd alrlretodo lilt will, bantering chuckle. " But them's moro el widow or orphan filling somo InsigAnd oh I what lot log klndneai to him than good looks, I can tell you. OureTery heart doth All, nificant placo under tha government IIo'h got a head full of scuso. Yon know Working in lore together, and domand that ho or alio lo turned what a knowledgablo chap Hiram (.earning Hit bleuel word, Clern Tricl. And leaching to our children Qooch sets up to Lo. Well, ho come out to make placo lor somo "lioy in swindlo is beA new Tbla goiel we bar beard. along at rcstin' timo and tackled bluo" who served his country well and ing worked in Toxns. Two fellows 01.1 wl.liiy. Balan'i ally, tho new hand on tho labor questi'n. draws a hamlsomo (tension, which tho wntch tho columns of the We're fought and put to rout, newspapers Dytr fought uhy at flint, hut, when Ilia dUtllleriM can l.ot rally, crippled rebel list to pay, l'lenty of lor AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. citray notices. As soon as thny Iliiam crowded him, ho just turned Their Are are dying out. good words eonio from that side, but learn that n ranchmin has And now, aa be growa bolder, taken up a on him with n fuw keen p'nits which Let la all united aland, tho Action, "which speak louder than stray animal, ono of them visits tho Hiram hi.mI ho hadn't timo to answer With aboulder unloahoulder wordH''arenlhtbo other way. Tho place, examines tho horeo minutely then, nud it's my opinion it'll bo a long And drlr lilin from our land. thing is becoming so monotonous that and says isn't his. Tho timo aforo ho will." other pal, it lor we lor Jfiui labor; " I wonder what kei-p- Nora," raid tho wo ore getting quito tirod of tho "bluo being posted If our natlon'a wrongi we light, by tho first, then goes to If the welfare of our neighbor farmer's wife, looking anxiously at the and tho gray." Richmond (Vu.) tho guileless ranchman and describes Aa our own we keep In Ight, clock. State. If we own the world brothcra ISIocIt, tho animal ho has lost, which descrip" I guess sIio'k istoppin' awhile, to chat And our dutlre netcr ahlrk, Dtnlitlry inlhe UnittJ Stalts. tion tallies so oxactly with tho ono tho with Neighbor Dutton's gals," replied When they're lor the good ot olhera, There aro now about 17,000 Will not Jeaui own our work f ranchman has taken up that ho thinks tho fanner. " You know how it is with United States, and they Dealrea to rill attention to tlio Largo ana CoraprebenaU youngsters. But whoro's Dyer? I'm And while each heart rejolcea, tho stranger must bo tho owner and Stock or pack into tho teeth of tho American We glee you all to prilae almost sorry I spoke up to thoughtless gives it up without lurthcr proof. Oroccrlt'H, Proilnlonn, Confectioneries Tobacco, CJjrnrH, Ourflarlor with our rolce b( puro gold and people alwut a ton to Nora about bringin' that inonoy FormThen tho supposed owner talks about Wblch he kerra alvaTioQ hand. Mala aamelaJIr of lr.n.llln For all Ills wondroui waya. ... .o .1 five times that amount of less precious er Dutton promised to Bend for the oats. OooJa dellrcreJ within town limit, freo of.ii.rgo. ' With lore lor all abouudlng, tho distanco to his home, Ac., and fi Let ua apeed the good time when metals (tin, silver, platinum, etc.) anI think Dyer's nil right, but one can't T offers to sell it at about half its nally We'll hear Ibis sound mounding bo too partio'lar villi strangers." nually. Now, tlieso metal uro worth "IVace oo earth, good will to men." vnluo. Tho unsuspecting ranchman "I'vo no fenra on tho now band's acwill Uko only about 81,000,000 and read by Mai J, T. Couiied often bites at this opportunity and af Highland 4thandJuly Ticnlc, 18SJ.) CuiTIl at the count," Mrs. Bryson answered; " but of 350 years to bury all tho coin in tho trnmp that had his that ter ho has gloated over his bargain for United States in tho eravoyards,' (an For moro than forty years what is " in tho kitchen was just goin' out ol oths? feature in favor ,of crcinauouj a few da)s, tho real owner comes known as "The Sun Cholera Metli tho front gato when you spoke to Nora, along, proves his property and leaves Theralaru rl 000,000 of artificial teeth cinu" has stood tho test of experience and ho may havo heard you." tho victim whero Joseph was. "I have." An anxious look came over tho form' madeTJn the United States annually, as tho lest remedy for looseness ot tho " And what'H her answer ?" Ever siuco tho close of tho war, the Iwwels over yet deviied. As was ouco er's face, and, donning his hat and tak yet only oaolhirdof the peoplo avail "A consent, subject to your apthemselves of this' blearing. Perfect peoplo havo botirno needless nnd most vouched for by tho Now York Journal ing up a stout stick, ho sallied out flico of Horses and Fine Turnouts. ltfttcs. rca- proval." evening shades had gathered, and Tho teeth aro tn ho found in tho mouth of gnovous burdens of taxation, which of Commerce, "m ono who has this by Tlio farmer drew a long breath and sonnble. was almost dark when Nora Bryson only ono American in eighty, tho den- havo kept the millions poor, indeed, him and takes it in timo will over have it looked grave left Farmer Dutton's to return homo. tal organs of 79 being moro or less whilo tho millionaires havo fattened tho cholera." Even wheu no cholera nor path lay through a lonely wood, "Morryin's a serious business," Ua "Now, you boin only ailcclrd. This slate of a (lairs will nev on their suhjtance. A patient nud is anticipated it is an cxcellont thing and sho felt a littlo nervous as sho hur remarked. cr improve till mothers aro to bear long suffering people domand a release for tho ordinary summer complaints, ried along, starting now and then as at hired hand, is it goin' too far to ask Ii wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I alio deal in how you oxpect to support a wifo ? " from theso burdens so far as their du- colic, diarrbwa, dysentery, occasional rustio broko tho stillness. chUdrMjWith perfect teeth and Ac, and "I havo no misgivings on that score," ! Intact until tho offspring ty toward the support of tho govern- wo havo no hesitation in commending Bho had completed nearly half tho way, replied tho young man, with what tho And can anpply it in any quantity. is JJflTyeard of'ago. San Francisco ment will permit. They want fower it. Hero it is: Tnko equal parts of nud was wishing tho other half safclj farmer thought an air of ' and less machinery in tincturo of coyenno, tincturo of opium, finished, when n sound of hurried and ScgfidjforBk. A. inVJBHEMDEY, is alio imagined, stealthy stops, ap It turned out that hu was a wealthy l)i:ccA8i:n Wives' Bihtuiu. Tho office; in other words, that tho govern tincturo of rhubarb, essence of pepper- proaching tho path a littlo in odvonoo. 1)3 administered with that mint and spirits oi camphor. Mix and as if from ono side, arrested hor at young man in disguise, nnd referred to llouso of Lords lost an opportunity ment shall Mr. Wrayton, the banker, who wrote a simplicity which tho theory upon well. Dose, fifteen to thirty "drops in tontion. to pass a really liberal measure. There-cawhich it is founded contemplates. a wineglass Tho noxt moment n man's form letter in his favor. not bo said to bo much popular of water, according to age "Whafa this, you dog?" eiclahned blocked tho way. Nora would have demand in England for marriages with With office1 lessened in number, there and violence of tho attack. Repeat turned and fled, but fright overcame tlio former, as tlio letter dropped from Ik less of corruption, Jess of that every fifteen or UeoAaed' wives' sillers. Thoroarocas-es- , will twenty minutes until her, and aha tood trembling and his oxcitcd fingers. "Ned Wrayton - AT says you're his nephow, worth half n howevcr,whcro its illegality causes opportunity which inudo possiblo tho reliof is obtained. speechleHH. Whisky King nud permitted men high "Qivo mo tho money you have about million of your own, besido what ho'a reATbsrdsjiip and there aro no cases UiuixiK Fm: Miles Lonq. Thoso in power to plunder tho Treasury thro' goin' to leave you, nnd that ho knows wnuro lis legality coum worn aiiy who aro talking of tho Brooklyn bridge you I " commanded a voice, coarse and Star-rou- to nothin' very bad ubout you I " contracts. brutal. Lord Dalhousiohas advocated tho medium of harm. as too most wonderful work of the l" Courier-Journ- al. "I I havo no mouoy," Nora man " Oh, Georgo look,criod Nora, with a it with extraordinary zeal; tho Princo kind iu tho world, should remember "how could you aged to falter. Aud sho spoko truly, Compmssimi Shavings andSaw-Duh- t. of Wales and bis brothers hnvo taken that China has a littlo affair at Lan-gan- for Farmer Duttou hod not boon ready deceive us bo ? " FoieA Chicago company is aides with him; tho public, so fur ns it " Well, my littlo ono, you seo I caught over an arm of tho China sea, to sond tho amount sho had boon comfor "consolidating" va- some five miles long cared for tho bill at all, has pronounc(tho Brooklyn missioned to receive, promising to bring a glimpse of you on your visit to the city last winter, and, wishing to know if ed in its favor. Yet tho Uishops havo rious wasto products into compact bridge is hardly a milo), with throe it over himself in a few days. ' chosen to opposo it and tho Peers havo blocks for use as fuel. Saw-du"Itisfalsol" the man growled sav' I would liko you asatwell on closo achundred arches; over tho pillar of each first Bight, I took agcly; and wheu Nora repeated her de- quaintance as I did thrown it out. It is ono moro notch shavings, &c, from saw and plauiug-mill- s arch reclines a lion, twenty-onfeet my own way of finding out." aro pressed into moulds so that long, made of ono block of marblo. nial his nigo became ungovernable which tho English nation will set " Qivo it to mo instantly or I'll kill "And with what result?" was tho from 100 to 900 cubic feetot the looso Tho roadway gainst tho Bishops and the Peers. is seventy feet wide, a you " ho hissed through his clenched question earnestly usLod by Nora's oyes. Such ai Oliver Plowf.Meikle and Avery Donhle Shovel, and the Brinkley material aro compacted in lets than genorosity of spaco " IIno I not asked you to bo my quite in point in teeth. Something of an idea of the enorTurning and Single and Double Shovol and e 10 cubic feet of blocks of convenient Harrow combined. cities building death-trapou bridges. Nora uttered a fuiut cry aud turned wife ?" was tho answer whispered softly No farmer ihould be without it. mous bulk of silver accumulated in sizes and forms to bo used as fuel. The in her car. Judge Clark, tn Kcw York to ileo, but tho man's hand gripped her SprinpGold Republican. the Treasury Department may bo givclangor from firo is lessened, room is arm liko a viso, aud, with n shudder, sho Ledger. Hocking-Valle- y en by the statomont that it weighs upReligious editors are compelled to felt tho cold muzzlo of a pistol pressed saved and a hotter fuel produced, Tnu mHucuce ot women iu journalism wards of 2,000 tons of 2,000 pounds which may bo used on tho premises or answer a great many foolish questions. against her temple I iu tho United State is fur greater than each. It would requiro 500 cars to With tho quickness of a Hash another economically transported to a distanco. Some one asked a poor, overworked )Heara on tho surface. Tho fact that transport it', allowing ten tons to tho An enormous quantity of saw-dis minister, who did not spend his sum- figuro apiHMired upon tho scene, and two thero aro sixty papeia and periodicula car, the ordinary No wonblows, delivered in bo openly edited uuj published now worso than wasted that might be mer "abroad," hut was kept in his edby women der tho Department finds trouble to quick succession that thoy must havo gives but a very sumll fractional idea of mado of commercial value by this itorial chair by tho glue of impecuni-ositseemed to their recipient as one, sent obtain storugo room for tho money if Joseph over played billiards. Nora's assailant sprawling to tho earth. the uxtcut of their conueutiou with jourprocess of moulding ft under heavy that wont circulate. If tha usolou nalism. The number of feiuulo coutrib. And tho Uest Pump iu Tho Market, tlio Muyllolil Tho auswer was near at hand. "We preasUro into convenient blocks. Bho wna conscious of no moro till she utors to all classes of papers ami magacoinago goes ou much longer Congress don't know Josoph. When we were found herself supported by a stroug arm Elevator. Philadelphia Ledger. zines is not Luonu to tho gcntrul pub-li- e, will need to adjouru to somo other city in Egypt ho was dead and his family with tho dim outlines ot au anxious face Oren Clovelaud, who died in Clove-lau- d and not ulwtijs men to tho publish- Tho unrivalod Jowol Rango Cook Stovos, StopStovos, Tin- to find room for its own great men. were out of town." boutoer her. waro, Bird Cagoa, Barbod and Annoalod Wiro, ers, from tho fuet that iu tho highest tho other day iu tho 99th yenroi Philadelphia Timoa. f fool better, Misa Brysou T " "Do class of periodical thoy frequently adopt A Norwich family 'hastily pulled inquiredyou his iigc, was nover sick u day in his Lime, Bait, Cement, Plaiter Pari., &o. A general a voico, which sho instantly tnalo noma de plume, white muuy Tho good folk who havo gono into itock of Qrocerie.. others lifo utitil ho received tho fall which down tho curtains nnd locked the meoguized tui that of tho uew hand. Wooden, China and Glassware. form part ot tho editorial staff of influ tho, country for quiet and rest and tn caused his death. Ho had voted for doors when they saw somo rustio rela"Yes, I feel qulto well now," sho get rid of tho nnuoyuuees of city life ential journuls, where, us personal con19 candidates for tho presidency and tives coming; but nothing daunted, in a toiio ftdl of uuspokou tributors, box is uot recognized. will read tho following sad lines with " How fortunate your presonoo ! wna tho oldost "drummer" in America the farmer baited his old horse on the thanks. tears of sympathy: "Dot mutquiter Catarrh it the ttd of coniuuiptlon am having spent tho greater portion of his sidewalk, put his women folks on the won at bo critical a moment I" vas a grado pird. Ho vaa vuu of doso " I heard what your father said about uoIcm liken in time It a ittj dangtroua veranda and waited ten hours, at tho lifo as n traveliug salesman. llietse. Hall' Catarrh Cure ntrer fall pecooliar gases dot veil you got him end of which time tho besieged ones tho'monoy," ho replied, "and observed If Lexington girls only know what that it was overheard by a suspicious, tocur. Price 75o Bold bj Peony & ho, don't vas bo dero. Id vas alvays capitulated. looking i crson passing out at tho guto, youst tho same vay. Veu you ahlap tolo is mado of thoy wouldn't "chomp" A Brooklyn Baptist church expell and, knowing tho way you wcro toooine, I it with so much satisfaction. Ugh I PILES I PILES I PILES! him you alvays shtrike do blacedot ho just think of a Loxingtou hello chow-iu- ed u member, who has appealed, to tho thought it prudent, without alarmiug vas youst left already. He vas got a ill. Utimlity't A010 Vltfrtry for court for a mandamus to compel tho others, to keep watch for your safety," I'll en U a raJIral thangt from tli ol4 rciulltt old gum shoes, slaughter-hou- so fine voico, doo, und vheu he sings you "How cau I ever sufllcieutly thank bantofor la uit. Tli Pltcoicrj la lb rcault ol church to rcinstato him. A novel Bomaleedlo. songs you doa'd could gristles, stale tallow, rotten beeswax Nora, earnestly, only jrearaof ptluticlull8ctuJy ani lsTMtItlou idea that member must havo of a you V returned to dlspouKo and black molasses boiled together I with tho Into too cliaractar of tbla paloful illaeaja. Tooon- uow remembering vent to sleep for moro as u couple of court which would "mix in with support of Mr. Dyer's arm, of which, for vloc you ol Ita (rvsl merit, call on I'aonjr JL lie- Transcript. V.ai. YX&) aft.- .)inavnralratv .' AlUlar, Slanfvril, or W M. WUr, UI. Vrruoo, church squabbles, as it were. at least a miiiuto past, sho had ceased to aoj (tt a win pit Loz o( rbargt. Tho London Truth has tho followIu North Drazil thero aro no proV any need. Si A bald citizen of Dayton, Ohio, hao of MltuiUburtf, O , lulurma ua Ibat T. W. fessional dressmakers, tho finest ladies ing: "May I ask you why you left It was at Hits point that Farmer Bry tnik'i Eatlt, Eiiectoraot tuitj blu ol t vary bail Commercial College of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. usually making their owu costumes. your last place?" innocently inquired wears constantly on his hoari iu hot sou bustling up. caub tftM arerj olbtr lucJlclot ba4 fall. J, To day of the ytar. Btimner teuton now out for rfttitiiuj itudtuU. When a man buys his wife a $2 dress n charming young nouvdle imirke of weather a damponod piece of fly paper. "Let mo Bouuro tho villaiu I" ho cried, bo bad of lVuuy A WeAIUt.r, blaufurJ, aoj W Studontt rtetittit any WtUr, Ml. Vacuum. U UI Regular Fall Session, Sept. 10, i88t ftt4u m trJ4l hi Um OulUi r viaaukr m I4tf4 wouiau who offend It keeps his skull cool nud fills his soul when Noiu and George Dyor had told U. bo doVt?have to give her $10 to get tho showy-lookiuw iimih, mm h BMrwa. MmH Ifiaa .MCMhl grUMM af tfc. aWia Gull .. ot w. hm uh aitj MIm Lka Uact.orilrucli.ii, 111., lajra bar bfa. Mp.nwii W ita Iwh W him4. ,u Tri.a. m .1u (amaniB. latitiuakj ta Uaba( J4Im W AiMttca, Miwl fhuir brief story. herself us a cwk. "Madam, may I with sweet revenge. , it made. Thero are some things in 5"IM Ctiwi4M. hwiUi. kt M claua (aa hrr up at a bopalnt iouauuptlT, but ? Tii taiifJ U mumtititU lutMM CcflfM But tho robber, whom Dyer's fist hud four bottlrtof Browu'i Expwlertul curad bar. Fvl IM4 North ISrazil worthy of imitation in inquire why your last cook loft you?" Texas has a surplus of $3,000,000 STTV9. I" Uwm7 mm4t 10 Hm'. t f ! tlWIl Wk.t I m mn alf L.ikrT!j.a1Tr temporarily stunned, had taken ad- aalabjr r.uoy 4MoAlUtar,MaoUJ, tnd V. U, nuwi ifff this country. wtt the reply. in her Treasury. ii;Tl7iT:r-T:Tu:wr;i,r!"- "l' hulnr. ??l-- ?K. '"uj - v Ullfll, Ky. vantage of Nora's swoon, aud her deliv Wcbar, ill. Ytruou. " WILNUK SMITH. Pr1 WMhliftt ky-bl- " Tho women in this part of Ken lucky havo gorgeous natufo to build on and high art to improvo it with. Whcatlio UoHa Dea, out of her makes a Hluo Grass woman, sho takoi caro novcr to spoil tho 'job. A soft, whito, warm body, translucent with divino light nud curving to lines of beauty as naturally ns tho tendrils of tho vino, is tho groundwork upon which naturo limns tho human angel, Kyrs softly bright, but luminously in. toBse; cheeks like tho damask ross, with buttercups of dimples, in whoso honored heart sly Tuck or Oberon might sleep; lips liko cherries at tho centre, but flexihlo as a smoke wreath and fading away into tho soft cheek Uko tho heart's blood of a strawberry into luscious cream; a chin Jair ly fashioned as tiio golden apple that blushing Paris gavo to Venus, who trembled with delight at taking it; tho brow of Juno and tho bust of Hebe; tho sea nymph's pearly oar, (ho wood nymph' springy step tlieso aro a few of tho charms that naturo gives tho maiden of thallltio Grass. Soulo Smith in News Journal. rt horse-stealing THE NEW HAND, l. j of the Harnitburg IfuMlihfl tr rrqutit J from Wajnubiirta woolf MIMJo, Forth Irom rath rani horn, From many in huml.l SrttMn w To rattl you coi. Our RiinJif School lonn (rretlcf All wLo art tiers Sunday-Schoohr-rf, floil't Mftnlniion our mrttlng Ami on our country prr. our rlilMrrn praying Chriit lo ltd them In III! MJ; May ao iwetl Iambi tx tra;lnf On inounUlnillctk nj coU. Young men toil happy maidens, With hoartl ao light nil free, OMage with toult Jy.aln, Com to Ihli Jubilee. We Win "Ho'ri a littlo onk'iml at soma things, but willin',"rwld Farmer Iirrnon, an ho and his worthy mate eat in family council on tho day's events, according to their wont. Tho topio was Qcorgo Dyer, tho now hand Mr. liryson lirul hired that day with Homrthing less than his usual ; fur it wnn not hia custom to employ chnnco comers, of whom ha know nothing, without refcronoo. But it was tho throng of tho scoAon, and laborers wcro fioarco, and tho young man hod an open, honont countenance, framo, and didn't a snpplo, well-knlook a bit lazy. Bo tho farmer took him on trial, don't think lio's over dono farm work aforo," continued Mr. Bryson; 11 his hands don't look liko it. But bo's nmazin' quick nl takin' tip things. lie don't need moro'n a wink to tako a s nu-p- erer s couacqiiciit occupation, to qulotly steal away a fact which greatly tho farmer, who was forced lo vent his displeasuro in divers angry nnd vigorous flourishes of his cudgel. Ororgo Dyor grow rapidly in favor with all tho members of tho farmer's family, and not least with Nora. Indeed, sho and tho now hand got on famously together. Nora, though a former's daughter, had a mind better trained and better stored with knowlodgo than many a boarding-schoo- l gradaato ; and Qoorgo Dyer, though n farm laborer, seemed to havo been nn oxtensivo and thoughtful render o that thero was a wide Hold of subjects for tho two lo converso about. History, fiction. poetry thoy discussed them all by turns ; and, wo may bo suro, in their numerous evening walks and talks, thoy found timo to speak of other matters of moro immodiato personal concern. Ooorgo Dyer had been staying on tho place nearly three mouths wheu Hiram Oooch, whoso farm joined her father's, camo out plump and plain one day, and asked Nora would she bo his wife to which Nora as plumply and plainly answered that she wouldn't. At tho first knowledgo of this tho farmer was a little voxed. Not that ho thought Nora and Hirnm particularly suited to each other, but then the two farms were, nnd Nora was au only child. Out Farmer Bryson wna far too kind a father to think of forcing his daughler'r inclinatious. " If Nora douiu't want you for n husband," ho said to Hiram, when tlio latter laid tho case lieforo him, "Idou't sco how I'm to help you;" And, when Hiram hinted at tho extent of a father's authority in tho matter of family government, tho f armor answered that, sinco tho Declaration of Independence, ho thought there were a good many things in which family government, liko other governments, derived Its just powers from tho consent of the governed. It was but u littlo thihi after that an other suitor for Nora's hand presented himself before the farmer no other, this timo, thou Oeorgo Dyer, tho uow hand. Tho farm r opened his oyes pretty widely. "Have you (.ol.eu to Noru?" ho mut-terin- M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opora Houso Block, . TX:AXIi:itH IN- - Stanford, Ky., H. GJSRDPLET, TAIXaOlt, Stanford, Kentucky, Groceries, Provisions, &c., H. C. BRIGHT. St. Asnph ni. bi,ji. 11 lc Jk.lTJD STJLK3STE1SS lot alesVeei SITIAIBIXmIEI! SHOP. FBWMBB iO0 T. N COAL e. office-hold- ers Stanford, Ky. n HEADQUARTERS -- d W. H. HIGGINS 1 Farming Implements, one-hora- g, st, Sliolf Hardware, Iron, Spokes, Horse Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, e s Straw Cutters, Improved Corn Shellers, ust car-loa- d Evans' Corn Drills, Hand Corn y, Planters, g The Interior Journal Steam Printing Office does all kinds of Job Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. w. P. Walton, Prop'r. STEAM PRINTING VW5S'Jr... tfi wjfti tmm 1 Ua tf "" lf mm . m vm j. N Tnesday Monday, W.P.WAITON. July 17, 1883 EDITOR In cnumcrftting tlio many grrnl achievements ot Iho republican party, Col. Morrow, Ja bis speech invariably apokonf them m what "wo" Imvo (lone. lie seemed to forgot that wliilo tho republican party waa legislating to givo tho negro tlio right of suffrage, niter it had given him the right of American citizenship, that "wo" (that is he) opposed it with all his might and mam and in tho Benato of Ken tucky on January 22, 18CG, waa rnov M.l. tn nilAB 4 I.' "--''""' bAHI ur .. .... Jul AAAlea J ant .1 i.M.i uiiiura, tu mu i.A.iM niuuug uuiij. umi wishes provailed, tho negro would not tOTS OF CURRENT EVENTS. havo been a voter to this day; but as Tlie mortality In New York last wk ho has been made one, ho smilingly submits to tho inevitable and begs tho was 1,110. Orange JudJ, the New York puMUh- self samo African to holp him out of a er has assigned. bail box. Will ho assist in increasThere were CO deaths from yellow fe ing tho voto of one so illiberal or let ver at ilarann last week. him look solely to his white friends oe. Brown killed John JIcClure,willi for support and therebj como out of a rock near New Haven, Kr., Saturday the little end of tho horn ? Wo shall Old feud. Two negroes served on the grand jury But hero is tho resolution : eeo. In Simpson county last week and made ex C. liesolved, That the Congress of cellent members. llic United States has no power, under The number of watches manufactured -ii- IIknry Wattkrson Is out In another long articlo to prove that Tildes is entirely out of politics, "in every o regard a disinterested, healthy patriot and statesman; taking a deep interest In affairs; as eager for his friends as a Ikiv; who would not exchange Groystono for fifty Executive Mansions." Tina has indeed bcon n year of great casualties, attended by immense loss of life. The Now York UeralA publishes n list of tho most important ones, nnd two columns of solid matter is required to hold it. Tho number killed to the 1st of July foots up 2,895. Tub Stato troops havo been again called into requisition, this limo to llin ilirlv norrrn roliUt ilnrintr .. his trial at Mavsvillo. Tho Emmott Guards havo him in charge. philo-sophi- the second section of the thirtccnlli amendment to the Constitution of the United Slates, to pass any law granting tlit right of suffrage in the States to persons of African descent, and Uiat tec arc opposed to granting suffrage to persons of thai class by the Stale. In the United Slates dally la 2,450, or 735,. 000 yearly. Their valno is placet! at 30,- 700.000. According to Wiggins, Friday July 20 is to be the hottest day of the summer, while Vcnnor predicts frost on the 21it f Because of tho foolish jury laws which practically forbid the empan-nelin- g of inteligent men, those that read and take an interest in what Ja going on in tho country, the Nashville court waa two weeks trying to get a jury in the Polk case for stealing $400, 000 from tho State Treasury. Over a thousand men wero examined and the twelve men at last obtained are the most illiterate sot that ever filled a jury box. Somo of them can not read and nono of them wero ablo to sufficiently understand tho questions asked them. They aro just the kind of men always obtained in an impor tant caso and must be till there is nn improvement in tho law. Tho trial is bound to end in a furco with such men to pass judgment. It is a singular fact that just as the case was about ready for trial, it was discovered that the ledger containing the alleged false entries in tho Treasurer's oflico, and which was to play au important part in tho great trial, had been stolen. Thero seems to be a Rood deal of rottenness around tho Capital of Tennessee and it will come out later that Folk is not the only thief and scoundrel connected with tho establishment. While tho western papers are expatiating on the advantages of Louis villo, Cincinnati and Chicago, as places for holding the democratic National Convention, the New York Sun advocates Saratoga, becaugo every body likes to go thero, aud it has hotel accommodations amplo for any crowd that would assemble. It also suggests "to the National Committee, who have the matter in their hands, that the Convention should not be held at too early a day. There is no advantage in launching prematurely into tho heat and labor ot tho canvass. Montgomery Blair, one of tho wisest public men wo have ever known, has always been of the opinion that tho first of September is quite early enough." Gen. Wat Hardin, who has been s and 22d. Tlio Frankfort Daily Cnmmonctullh sleeps the sleep that knows no waking. The Daily Enquirer is to succeed it under a new management. Tho internal revenue receipts will fall during the current fiscal f off fully year. The customs receipts since July.l have averaged about $1,000,000 for each business day. The Court of Claims In Farelte fixed the pay of the County Judge at $1,400; the keeper, $450; Attorney, $850; others ranging School Commissioner, from $200 down to $70. Kaum made a long argument before Commissioner Evans to show that "Rock and Itye" is medicine. Mr. Kvans waa not convinced, however, and reaffirmed his decision declaring it a beverage. The L.&N.R.K. will sell tickets from all points on their lines to persona attending the Morgan Keunion at full fare one way and 1 cent returning. The Cincinnati Southern fixes the rate at half fare from all point and we eupposo the K. C. will do fully as well. Last December a young lad f named Euphrasia Notes disappeared from her home in Carroll county, Ga,f and a few days since her body was found in a stream near her father's house. Evidence points to a foul outrage and a former suitor nam ed Oarvitt is under suspicion. The democrats carried their State ticket in Ohio last fall by a plurality of 19,000, but their absolute majority was on-l- r 1,559. In October next they will elect Hoadlev. Hut, in view ol Its past history, it will still remain true that Ohio is not a good State for the democrats to tie to or take their candidate from in a Presidential contest. N.Y. Sun. Kitten thousand telegraph operators through their representatives demanded of the company an increase in wages and modifications in their hours of work. ight hours will be granted for reply, and in the event of a refusal to comply with their demands, the operators will go upon a strike. They are supported by the Knights of Labor; a powerful organization, in their demands. Chas. E.Strntton, known to the civilized world as Gen. Tom Thumb, died of apoplexy Sunday at Middlsborro, Mat. lie had been slightly indisposed for several days, but was not thought to bo in a serious condition. Tom Thumb had traveled the world over, and seen, perhaps, millions of people who regarded him aa a great curiosity, though there are a number of dwarfs (mailer than he. one-halPoor-hous- e Forty-e- ' chasing each other in a rasd race to break upon the beach. A few venturesome Lath-eare playing in tho rough surf and a few bold rowers and sailors are out in boats, little and big; but the unused craft are drawn up in scores upon the abiogle and wero. the boatmen almost forget to tip their hats Although every body who has with the stereotyped "Hoat sir, to dajT" given tho matter a moment's thought knowing how little use the question is: admits that our present Constitution How changed is every thing hoax yester document too ancient and too day I The sea lias many varying moods, contracted for the demands of tho and these shifting phases make life on the beach the very opposite of monotoage, it is tho hardest thing in tho nous. Enjoyable as it all Is, however, we world to get a. majority oi tho citizens shall bo obliged to return to smoky Lonof tho State to vote to reviso it. An don and the work there. One thing that strikes us with lucres, effort will be again made at tho next August election, when it is hoped that ing wonder, because so contrary to expectation and experience at watering places, every voter will place himself on recis this: Hastings is the place of all others ord in favor of the revision. In which to get things cheap, The shoiM Col. Moitnow called attention to are really handsomer than London ones, ono fket that can not bo gainsayed, because there is no smoke and grim to soli lu this cleanest of cities. And the, litthat it costs the Stato 20 per tle things, wheru that ode would expect to pay cent, to collect her revenue. This is a round price, because at a fashionable wa. an outrage, especially when wo con- tering ph.ee, can bo had at very moderate sider that the Federal government rates cheaper than London. Necessaries Ua tbaa three per cent, for the of life about ditto. Apartments a shade mhm werK. uur nexi jegisiaiuro dearer. Except for the temptation to spend Ten years at every turn snd the drain on the nurse look lata this waiter. ago we iwid but 14 ceats on the dol- for boating snd bathing, this would be a lar anil tint Vint far too much. . (or economical sojourners, , good puce sent to head off tho roaring, rantunk-crouBilly O'Bradloy, may bo pretty well up in figures nnd able to prove that tho Celtic gentleman lies willfully and maliciously in regard to tho State finances, but wo hardly think d he wilWlo it. Our Billy is a fellow and quito plausible, and in an argument generally holds hia own if ho has to stretch tho blanket to.do so. We would, however, liko to see Too Blackburn shako him around in his teeth a few times, to take tho conceit out of him, as it slick-tonguc- BEYOND THE OCEArTS WAVE lltA.IHI3 X,iri3 JOOIID" 1 Hastings, Sussex, June Dear Iuttrlur. Croft Place, b.'SIIf IConllnued from last Issue.) Wo Rceiu destined to see the seaside in all its variations. To-dathe wind is coming In strongly from the west almost a gale and tho foam-createbreakersare ra strange as the assertion may seem. Straw- old ssll to whom Ihey had taken a mighty berries are corning into market, freely, now, fancy. "Square built, hearty and strong, and within reach of swodeste means. Wo with a odor of oeean shoal him," who, In way, had no won them with tssted them yesterdayTJfor the first time, at Ids hi HtT, 1 shilling snd t prnct the quail, our appeij lcnusionMfl)ieeclleitceof the sea and litis being iinconlrol'hTbly sharpened by a sky for boating, thai a bargain was struck, letter ust lecelved from "Uncle John" at and the old fellow hurried them aboard. and the Pink Collage, lejllng us that titer wfr Not fanrylng the looks of the picking 6 ami 0 gallons a day, at that welt, Mama not ling up to Ibis long walk, I left and struck out for the known hoiliciiltural establishment. nerbn the In the hillside juat back of our Iioiimi ar ureal Kul Hill, uon whose green side, theSt. Clement Caves, thatwerxplornl yes furrowed with manr paths of pilgrim feet, I have been rastlng longing eyes ever since leftist evening. Partly natural, partly Wo live on the West, or Castifirial, wild Indicate ramifications, rover our arrival 2 acres, of great antiquity, discovered ac tle Hill. The whole coast hereaway Is a cidentslty by one diguing a summer hoiim nirresioii of tlie-- e hold headlands, with roIn the soft sandstone cliff, 70 years ago; the mantic vales between and perpendicular age and lines of the slrango aparlmen Is are cliffs Jutting out upon the ocean, varying only matters of conjecture. Smugglers an- In height. Our, I should aay at a rough cient and modern undoubtedly utilised the guess, Is fully GOO feet. The view from the admirable places of concealment for East Hill is magnificent much the finest goods. Ono fatrly authentic in about Hastings, I think, because It takes scription is dated 1C01 and Is the name of in a wider sweep of the channel. I countdaring Danish smuggler ot ed 8 ocean steamers at one view, outward a that day. Out either they were pious or homeward bound, besides great numbers smugglers and "kept their 'I like the of small and large sailing vessels 60 at a old darkey of a former letter, in spite ot sight, perhaps. The floating clouds niaJo unlawful practices, or the caves have been great splotches of black in the vivid green in days gone by the hidden retreat of early of the channel waters; while caps on every christians. One room, with a rough statue where on the waves; flocks of crows sailing of a man in churchly vestments, seems to at a lower level than the cliff's top, made have been a chapel; and an excavation at the air resound with their orthodox "caw," the side eatable of holding 20 or 30 barrels as if they were engsged in their logical of water, seems to have no use but that of a where a wide divergence of opinbaptistry. Our good Vaptisl brethren may ion had developed Itself; the gulls ul sea add this to their already formidable array took up the quarrel in the distance snd of facts in support of the praotlce of im screamed in concert; while the thunder of mersion. But the history of the place will the great waves on the black, beachleaa perhaps never be known. It is a very cu- rocks at the bottom of the precipice tolJ rious and interesting plsce. out the story, ever true, that underneath that all this cawing of crows snd chattering of Ileyond the stout, stone runs along the esplanade in front of the gulls, there is a steadfast rock of eternal city, protecting the bank from further en- granite Truth against which even the croachments of the sea, there is a strip of waves of the mighty ocean dash only to about 00 yards of the lovliest pebbly beach, break themselves into mist snd foam. I formed of smoothest, cleanest gravel stone, am glad of that. Praise the LOUD for it I There is a station on this small and large, washed into rounded forms, where the children play to their hearts' hill. A mast snd yard, with ropca and content and on which rows ol neat boats are pulleys furnish facilities for any emergency. Smuggling is done away with so rifle drawn up and long lines ot of old but the coast is watched by day bathing shanties stand in array waiting to be used. Ihlhing clothes and night with a jealous care, as if the and towels, held down by a few jicbblea Spanish Aimada was In the offing. Sailors from the vsrious are drafted Irom being blown off, are here convenientd service, as reward of merit, ly dried, also. The mystery of thesis peb for bles is that thongh undoubtedly thrown up 12 yearn' rervice at sea being a tine qua non man by the sea, thero teems to be none left in to appointment; so the the water, for one treads, in bathing, upon on duty this mornig said. He was an Scut with tatooed breast and nothing but the smoothest, softest tund. And all these pebbles are pure flint when arms and shaggy beard, and a gentle qrown broken open, though looking like anything eye with a twinkle of fun in it. The orthodox blue flannel shirt ever open at the else from the outside. Famous they must have been in the olden times, throat, and white canvass trousers, tight In Not bad grape ehot would they make now. the knees and flowing at the ankles, comThe shrimp fishers are pushing their pleted the lout enuinlle. He was a sort of bag nets before a chrisliau too and we had a pleasant word shallow but them, whenever the tide is out, and we get about our mutual hopes before we said the finest of these delicato crustssea fresh good-byBeyond the East Hill, crowned with dark from the sea at a price we should be glad to duplicate in London. I forgot to say green furte, yellowblosiomed snd thorny, that our boat that we took our long and and adorned with buttercups, daisies and delightful row out to sea in yesterday, waa dandelions, sprinkling the green grass eveappropriately named the "Nellie," the very rywhere, there rises another headland, covand cultivated fields. name of George's Norwich "sweetheart." ered with We enjoyed it all the more for the sake of Against its rough side there are a lot of the dear girl, whom we all took a great targets arranged for volunteer rifle pracfancy to, aa well as George, while sojourn tice. On Mondays the volunteer artillery ing in the "Rose of New England." We corps practices at a mark floating on the shall hunt for a "Rosa" the next time we water about a mile from the shore. They row out and then Marie will bo set up, for were banging away on the evening of our she too lost her heart in Tennessee, and the arrival and we quite enjoyed the miniature attachment, which I am happy to say, haa bombardment with solid shot and shells my heartiest approval, abides in increasing bursting with loud explosion and fragstrength. These ore my girls' guardian an ments scattered over the sea many him gels and I hope will keep "the men" offun dreds of yards. This is tho only way I til wo are all safe in heaven, where "there care to hear or see the work of gunpow Jer, is neither marrying nor giving in mar- which does so much miochlcf in the devil's riage," and anxious fathers no longer look hands. Returning to the beach to see how our at their grown girls with foreboding fears, lest some unworthy hawk of the masculine sailors fared, I found them just coming in persuasion should swoop down upon their from their voysge. It wss ticklish landing dove-cot- e and bear away the dearest and through the heavy surf. First our jolly in his talons. I shall be very glad tar watched hia moment when only a small lovliest shall be true ot mo and wave was in the rear, made a few quick, if Acts xxt-;-and mine, reading two for "four." That is sharp strokes of the oars, jumped out and one text, of all I have quoted, that will be pulled away like mad, dragging the boat looked up by tho dear creatures who read uion the shingle as fsr as he could. He these lines, bearing the name and nature of was barely in time, for a great, green wave women. And no blatno if they do I am came hungrily bounding after them and sure, lam only slating I acts. A cnroino broke with such force as to gie the girls sent to any one abstaining from the search quite a parting sprinkle. Ten seconds after the passage, unlem previously known, later or ten feet nearer it would have been if due notice be given, accompanied With a ease of immeraioa nilly willy. Will, obeying the motion of the old salt's hand, affidavit. Will, ever adventurous, tried the treach- shot his "kyak" to shore, also in the nick erous sea this morning with an Eicjulmaux of time, and scrambled out with more haste "ICyak" and got back without a ducking, than grace, escaping with a parting spit highly pleased with tho double paddle and frsmthe vicious sea, Marie hail been duckunwonted buoyancy of the frail bark. He ed by a great wave, noine distance out, served an apprenticeship on Dix rirer, in breaking our the boat's stern. Besides been horriblr seacompany with Will Penny and Jim Uarnex the soaking, she had revengu for yesin the boating way, which serves n cood sick, which gave Will his laugh at his yachting experience. purpose now, though theu only one disas- terday's George was jolly and unharmed by wiud ter following another in the we all took a ride up and businesH. A delightful letter from our or wave Then " Belle yesterday mentions the fact down the whole length of the grand beach, "Cos that Will has stuck out a dentist's shingle visiting St. Leonard's for the first time. A and while waiting for the coming practice, stone archway marks the siot where the proposes to pull her teeth at a low rate, two municipalities meet, which looks very whenever he meet her. We laughed Im- like old Temple Bar and indeed must have moderately at this, and were in Stanford been modeled after it, 1 think. Returning, Is known as the Old again at a bound, as Mama went on with we rode out on what other items of home interest. O, these London Itoad, where William the Conquer- How delicious they nrel er went out on his march for the Capital, home letters That is the only word. Shall not these defeating Harold and his army s few miles Hasttngs letters bring n harvest from those out of Hastings, at a spot on which an ab whe read them? Au I to do all tho writ. her called Battle Abbey waa built In com lug ? "I speak as to wise people. Judge mcmmoratlon of the victory, the ruins of which yet draw gieat crowds of curious what I say." Ever in Jesus, visitors. Geo. O. IUbnes. rd n sea-wacoast-guard great-wheelebright-painted men-of-wcoast-guarhonest-looking sling-stone- a d farm-house- s 9 g 1 Car loads of freight are now shipped from this point to Louisville via Winchester and the Chesapeake A Ohio railroad, the rate per car Is the ssmo to ImiiIsvIIIs as Cincinnati. Mesurs. James A. Anderson, If. O, Kaullman and John II Woodcock attended the sale of Jersey catlli-a- t Frankfort, laat week. They, however did not find the kind of Jersey that they were braking fur. l'rnlerf your nvra from dust Mo pads goggle Just rereivrd, at wlndmaln and retail. New stock nf dlsiunnds --,nd olliff goods Large! sleek of gixxtsi of any (fuTraJs Mark. el ry boil in Kentucky. Trsde dollsis , taken at face value. J. C. Thump-tonAgt. Oiqolle postoffice, Lmrailrr, Ky. The contract for the building of I lie 3 miles of the Lancaster and Buckeye Turnpike next to Incaster, haa Ixen let T. M. Connelly, of Bourbon county He will begin work In September: The price to be psld him Is $2,.1C8 r mile The Ferny & Mlisfe 1PHARMACISTG naatasa in- - Drug R ml .1 Fancy Artlolon. J liTMlliNfj Wnl.-hru- , Bonks, StutioHary I'liyirilans' rrewtlpllnnt accurately compounded. Alw r aaaaaEsglstsrsJ. Slock of Hocks, Jewelry K. Silverware Kver l.rniiiht to Ihls market I'llrre laer than Wstchrs, C'lutis slid Jewelry IhaLnwcit en short notlresn.1 Warn tiled. unfinished portion of the pike la all under contract now, and will he pushed rspldlr to completion. -- Col W. O. Bradley la till in the portion of the State booming up Col. Morrow's gubernatorial rare. We understand that Col. Bradley is creating a favorable Impression. We are always glad to hear of our fellow townsman's success, but hale very much to see him cling so tenaciously to the errors of republicanism. Hon. J. Prxtor Knott, democratic candidate for Governor will address the citizens of Garrard, at the the 25th Inst. All should come out to hear him as It will I a rare chance to hear the affairs of Stste discussed. Mr. Knott haa gained a big reputation during his canvass, sdding greatly to that which he had already attained. I have a threshing machine outfit In good repair which I will furnish to responsible parties, they fjrnlshlng teams to transport same, against the machine; we to divide profits after exensoa are paid. The parties accepting are expected to give ersonal attention to lsoling after the threshing. John W. Miller, Lancaster, Ky., July l, 1883. It Some of the boys of our town have gotten into a very uupleaaant, and we might say ungentleminly custom of whistling and hallooing in under tones to almost every one who passes the streets, not excepting even strangers. Several atrange gentlemen have, lately, become seriously offended at this conduct of the boys; and one man who came bete with the vie nf starting a tailoring establishment, became so much offended sa to leave town by the first train. We have no eicusu lu make for the ungenllemanly conduct of the boy, but we ate unwilling that this old gentleman should scatter abroad the Idea that our townspeople are uncourteoua and heatheniahly impolite to strangers. If we would avoid auch s naiuo getting abroad a atop should be put to this thing, I lm sooner the better. If appealing to higher mo tlvta will not Induce these boy to shut up, rougher niesns should be resorted to. South-western Court-house AT AND BELOW "We mer Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. IJanflfc I Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 Fax-ge- t will sell you anything in Sum- Tliese Pxtue 12, was 7, 10, Shoes,now 75c, Slippers, was$l, 14, 17.50 1, 1.50, 2, 1.50" 2, 2.75 was l.OO, 1.25, 1.50, 2 Children's Shoes and Slippers cordingly. 50c, 75, 1, 1.25 ac- BRUCE, WARREN t CO. -- v -- THE- QITICKE ST -- AND- LiXCASTKlt AltTIUTIHKMKXTH. CHEAPEST WAY TO CLEAN HUltOKON I LANCASTKK, Offl KY. ot r Clllieu, national Hank. Ode hours from 8 to 12 i. M. ami from I to 5 r. M. OATS. B. P. WALTKII, 33 TiT I M 'X Will prictlfs In OarrarJ anl aJJolnlnf rouolln (111-- 1 jr anJUburlof Apixals. lancastkh, ky. M. I1UUDETT, 13 V A-- t IjA."V. II. C. KAUl'FMAN, LANCAHTF.lt, ivt rA-"v- , KY. Muter Cominluloner llarrard Circuit Court. Will practice In all Ilia Courts of llarraril so J a JJolnlng counties am) to lb Court otAnnlt. WEEDY CORN Is to procure - Notice of Incorporation! Holies ! hereby- ilren Inst ths UDiIerilxn-- , JohnK. Weal, J. V Uuk, It. II. TouillMon.John Win. II. KlooalrS, J. II. II. M. Ilurdolt, bafo this usr II C llsrrlnirao-lueorporate-- ibeutselvea, uuilar Cusplsr 66 of Ihe (lenersl SUtuUx, under tb corporate atjU ot Ibelr principal "Tbe (larrarj Female College." , l plaee of business U Lancaster, Ky., awl tbe nature of tbe business Is Ihe nUbtUhineut soil luajnle-nanre- of a College for the eJucsllou of fciuslea. Tbe amount of capital itock la on humlre-- Ihous amlilollaraftioo.oou) with prltUcce to Increase In upon such terms and In lbs amount, to be auch Iksttllments as tbe Hoard of Truitees msjr prescribe, alter SO ilajs' . nolirw and atier tS.Vuu Tbe corporation aball liate been autwcrlt-edIbis day (June 20. ISU) anj shall continue 23 rears. The atlalrs of the corporation are to be conducted by nlneTruatees, to I elected annually j Ibe shareholders on the IX Wejoeed'y In June each rear aner tbe year IHj.l; the Incorporators to le Trualoa until Ibe 'id W'edoeaday lu June, I SI I. The llourJ of Truiteel shall elert a President, a feecretary and a Treasurer. Tbla corporation slisll not a I any tluie sul.jwt Itself la a greater Indebtedness Ibiu tbe suui ol SJ.OoO. and the prlvsts properly of the itockhold-er- s snd lnaorforitors Is to h and Is caeuipted from rorporale debts. This 201b day of June, I8SJ, JOHN II. WOODCOCK, JOHN K. WKHT, K. II, TtlMI.INbON, J. V. COOK. WM. II KINNAIItb, J. V. HANUlrTII, U, M. llUIIUEIT. II. U HKUIUNO, IS'J-J- A Kalamazoo or Albion Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator. rm v ! i ) o With tho Cultivator, can thoroughly clean tho weeds out ofilvo acres oi'corn per day. ono-liora- Landreth's One Man and One Horse, ka List night the dear LOUD gave a precious meeting, that quite blotted ICtlt. June feootlnusU peat luue-- l i, pja tut out the memory ot the previous evening's disasters. Twelve dear souls contested lbs Savior and the room was full. Several mlnlsteis present, who seemed to take kindly what I know waa startling to soms of them. And I will Just say for the English clegymen whom I have met, that they seem willing to listen and are disposed to receive scripture proof without soger, even when It bears hardly upon their cherished opinions. I Lave been very agreeably disappointed lu them thus far. May this sort of disappointment deepen as the days go by. How It would rejoice my heart If tho ministers would only receive me kindly and fairly. I am not entirely weaned from cltruy yet. This (Saturday) niorniug the girls and Willis resolved to go boating again, tho' the wind was very fresh and the "white- caps" studded the green waters. Will took the "kyak" again aud played Esquimaux, while the girls confided their uersons to an Garrard County In Bulk, and the DEPARTMENT. llOIia'. It. VJ3MO', Hfe One MLan and Two Horses. With tlio Sulkoy Harrow and Cultivator, can clean ten acres ol' corn per day. Kill tor. Nicest Line of LANCASTER. James Smith, of lower Garrard, sold to a gentleman of BoU county a Jeiaey heifer calf (registered), for f :!00. The wheat crop is being threshed, aud 'the yield is better than was expected. The price for wheat varied during the past week from 60c. to $1 per bushel. The oats crop is being harvested. Corn has about all been laid by and the prospects for a good crop are Haltering. The Hoard of Directors of the Lancaster, Danville and Stanford Telephone Co. will meet in Danville for the purpose of taking steps to push forward the building of ths line between this place and Bryautivllla and Danvills. Ther hope to have the connection made by the middle of August. y Price of Price of one-hors- e two-hors- e Cultivator, Cultivator, - - $10 $40 FURNITURE lit IiHUt'Hutcrat Ihu "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," LANCAarKU, KY. GEO. D. WEAKEN, STANFORD. KY'., GEO.D.BUltDETT&COs, rrojirislois- - Williams, Hustonville, Ky,, W, L. Withers, Lancaster, Ky., R. H. Wearen, Richmond, Ky. Green & i -- - - - STANFORB, 3C"Y TuaMUy Morning, -- July 17, 1833 . 4 N. LOCAL TIME CARD, Malt train going Narth " Mouth Klpm-atrsln- " Moil I h ! .1 . Norh t SI I 01 M r. m. in r. h. A.M. M. LOCAL NOTICES. McAllsler'. ltolxrti Duy PaintnoF IVnny A McAllsler. Niorstook of liirttiila canlaal IVnnj A HrANDAnii rend mlinl paint at Mo A HUrr'. Jew. Haa Jlofc Cliolrr Cure, l'cnnj A McAllsler sole agent. Watoiim, Clock tnil Jewr Irr repaired and warranted I17 Penny A McAllatcr. (JlVKN up that Mcltobert A Hlagy make Ilia lest Soda Water In, tit world. Try 1 1. Maciiink On, which' will neither heat nor gum, GO centa per Vallsn, AIo itra drained lard oll'at McKoberla A HUrr. , JifTsQMAL. A) Mooitr, of Kln " Muj J. la here. -U Mountain, t Mr, Joaf). (IhimmIim returned from the;cit.!t Korjt'rTare returhetl from a Tlalt to frlenda In UuitonTllle, ,, MlHS KlIODA llAir. ia Tislllnj; MIm 8usi Yeager In Bojle county. llH JKitHk, '' , America and Kill Col. and Mm. T. I'. Hill epent daja with relative a( 1'arlr.svlllr, to Mliw Mahy Varnon haa con Woodliine to viail her hrothir Wallcce. Mr. I. M. Moonr.RTi, U. H. Deputy Collector, day. wan at home Saturday and Hun Amnik Alcohn and Annie Mo Kinney hare gone to Souiereet to Isit frlenda. Kiv. Wm.Chow filled the pulpit at the l'rethyterlan church Hunday, much to the gratification of lit many frlenda here. 'fdUiRR J. 9. Murhiv ! ateadily Mra. lloot and Mlaa Nora hare almost entirely recovered from their Injuries. llrrnE lUxTtitf and Mra. W. V. Walton left on the 1 A. M. train thU worn-lo- e to Tltil the family of Dr. A. 0. II11IT. man, at l'eabody, Kanaaa. Mian Mahy Ovtm.ey, cf Woodford, and Miaa Alllo Dunn, of Itlchmond, hare joined Mlaeea Annie Owsley and Mattle Krana at Mra. II. C might'. il M, W II. HincHluoM, cf I'eirlette, Ford county, Kanaaa, with her three bright children, lion a rlsit to rtlsllre and frlenda In the Ktet Knd, after an alwmce of fire year. LOCAL HATTERS. Mim Cmr.li M11.M at W. II. IllfuW. IlLAL'Kiir.iuiy augar at W. II. HigKin'. FhCIT A CuV CHOICE Jars sn.l Cans at Ilruce, Warren W. II. sswtil clicslliutslilnglisst of era-- AlMliw. Fon Kuit 170 acrca Hlgglna, Planford. Knnrn I liia . T.W. V Halt and'llmeat evening. A W. II. FOK BALK. Will sell rcry cheap. handsome realdenrv. W. Craig, Stanford. from Stanford on county court yellow- - shepherds Please re- port'litm to me. J. II. Miller. I Htuaykd Ywr Aimr.a BucirM haa accepted the Seminary for another ytar and will the next session on Saturday, September 1. . on n A, O. WATKtws. who killed William y county, waived an Miller In and waa held to the Circnit Court In $1,000 ball. Ca-eexam-Inatto- Tub Lincoln Mill will commence to grind near wheat thla week. The propria-to- n paid 03 ceota for what they Into bought but only ofler 00 ceota now. While fialilos In Dix Hirer pjiowNEii. Saturday afternoon, J. J. Graham, a U. S. r waa drowned. He waa a married man and much liked by all who knew him. The brick work on Farria A Ilamtey'a and aa Hennew building haa commenced ry Haughuian la contractor it wont be long in assuming the ahape It ia to lie. The lion front haa already armed. Store-keepe- . TllK building occupied by the D.utille AJtvaitt haa been aold by Mr. il VanAte-dale- , of thla place, to Prof. J. C. Fair for $:i,S00. Mr. VanArmUle made a hundred or mi on the aale after getting ten per cent, on hie Inventment. Tub man who came to the Odd Fellow.' Lodge here ten yeara ago and myalerloutly disappeared, leaving the linprriwlon and creating the belief that be had been foully dealt with by them, haa again turned up looking very little like a of ro many year alamllng, not dead la core foul are given by a member of the "tuttlebono telephone Co," who waa lured olf by the bo Into unfoibldden pa.turea the other night and then chaeed by an apparently Irate idd man, who aenl abol after abot alter liliu. It la aald that be tan all night and that the fright and exertion have confined hiui to In. bed ever aince. Additional proof that nil the The report that Mr. J. II Nwoh waa to be the republican candidate for the Iegi lature In thla county, ia probably untrue He wanted lu run, aud the white member of hi party were for him, but CJeo. Gentry, It ia aaid, claimed that he muat be the nominee, If any republic." waa, aud the party thinking dlacretlon waa the belter part under the circumataacea, declined to accede to the "nlggerV demand aud eo It iaaafe to tar that there will be no republican nominee. Although Gentry I fully any man in the parly, It a deaerving a wouldn't do, you know, to put up a nigger, becauae that would drive ou" many white votera and thereby injure the Slate ticket We glory in Geulrv' apuuk. If be doe not demand hi right, hi white alleged friend will never give them to hlui aud he certainly ha a great claluia a Swopeor any other man. Kev. W. T Tyree ia hoMing a proTlin KAMOUa y. w, eamvsr. tau m, ansnarr. tracted meeting at Walntilla College. IIUHDRTT A IIHOWN, "Come to Jeaua" Itv. Newman DEWING TWINE BINDER. A'rrOHNJ3YM AT T,A."V. HoitN, to the wife ol Geo. W. Jonca, on Hall' eong haa Ixrn puhliahcd In 27 Ian r MT. VKKNON, KV. Saturday night, a fine girl. guagea and oyer .1,000,000 coplca aold. ftlmnllcltr Itielf wlirncamnarM with sit other Forth smmn Ma Ihsiunst mill-en- l T. w. raaaow. Kev. A II. Cabtnla, HtptM ex-watLaea k. raaaow, OMNimj ticket to the K, C. depot for nml nitenitreit ImprnvriiieiiK hsve T. W. ft W.H VAIINON, been msds aionary to China, aaya that If ever heathen Fifteen piece ttken nut ol the aalp at Mollnberla A HtaggV. Nnplung-er-U,ATTtmNMVH AT 1A.W, Three springs removed women are converled In Chriol, it will be livery motion Nlllve No ensues to STANFORD, KY. Yutm account U now ready for ynu. chiefly through the latnr of female get out of order Nomor experts. Anyonawsnl-Ing- s Uffle In Owsley A Kon't new building np tltlra, binder should eallon the Deering Agent snd 1'leaae call and aelllo at your rarlleat con"MT jTKYTtJNi see I til Improvement the grettet Ihsl hst tieen Men can not reach them, mtde tine Ihs Introduction of Iwlno binding. The venience, aa I nerd the money. II. O. tho ctmlom of Ktntern aociety forhTANHIItt), KY, iieering i win iniwer, nrsi introduce--! in is?v, Ilrlgltt. htt tlwsv lieen ahead In improvements, slmnllcl- - Will practice) In Ihs Courti or Uncnln snd s.1. bid It ty.riurslilllty, light drsfi snd grind work. For joining counties snd the Puperlor Court and Court ol Appeals. 1'ay C'Aair and Have Money. I'eraon , 1,1,11 IlKJ II A lilt HEX, sal by attention given to collections. i ia nisn'nrd, Ky. uiurtvii isncs.ier sirei LAND. STOCK AMD CROP. dralring to atipply thrmarlrni with augaia PH. Alts for tslaDeerlng Light Mowers llesper ALHX. ANDERSON, W. O. Alexander aold to Pony Ileatley for prtwrrlng will find that they will fare ATTOllNMV A.U.' 1A.AV, gelding fur $'22--' a money hy buying fiom H. 8. Mjem. DANVILLE, KY., Illinoi corn crop indication point to Will rractlce In the Court of Doyle aad adjoining We did not receive the Otniral Ktntutly a yield of 180,000,000 brndiek counties and loth Court of Appeals. Arm, M. 1), Hughea' new Lancaaler paer, For aale at a bargain, a combined J. B. Wishing to Closo Out My And u .Af.tor,",oypisir.fciraw. tilt Saturday. It waa gotten out under Iteipcr and Mower (Champion), and other t Commissioner Itnekcattle Circuit Court many diflirultira and I not a fair Mm pie farming iitenalla. P. W, Logan. MT- - VERNON, KY. Stock, Will prattle. In th llocieutl Courtt. of what the editor promlae to do, though Keporta from the cattle region of a spetlslty. Ogee In it waa quit a readable ahret. I Will Sell at Reduced Rates for Texaa place the number of cattle driven up . Cash. from that rection at 000,000 head, A SLtmiT change In the achedule on the the trait J7lHT HTANFORD.KY. an Inrrciae of 250,000 head over laat year. uth aids Wla Htrost ,w0 L. A N. went Into effect Sunday. Tho above the Heart Hotel. Uj Stock Oonsists of Groceries, HardII. A A. K. Logan weighed to LehIt. Loulnvllle now piasee here at P"a'lJSit.r0" 0,M " wh.n ware, Glass and Qaeensware, 1:01 A. M. and the one going to Loulaville man A Ilro., Ilalllmore, on Saturday lnt, D1L W. D. 1'ENUY, at 3:3.1 a M. The mall from Loulaville I 70 head of cattle which averaged 1,070 lb Canned Fruits, Saddlory and Harriets' unchanged, but the ono going there paase They were bought In April at 7 eta ; a cent &o., &o. iXTVtUXy SrANFOttD.IKBWTirrirv orao higher than the present price, ten mindte earlier, or I:0Q r. M. Itoe Leer had 40 acre of wheat to av.."rTAaa fttK. L,,,r!inrh,ecb.0'.d Those Indebted tome will pleaia call and settle A Niw Firm Mr. F. J. Cnrran, of Kan erage 30 buahela and hi entire crop of 1 10 mlnliteredwheu neeew.ry. AneJ,54.iyr!j I mu, I hav the money. July 2, ISM. aa City, an energetic and opular young aciea averaged II'. T. tlllKKS. He made an early aale buaineMitian, haa puichaaed a half inter-ea- t of l,o00 bunliel. to Joa. Xeely A Son, at in the atorea of Mr. IL 0. llrlght and $1.0'.! -- Bourbon New. 11 of Chenault, Severance 4 Co., Stanford, Ky., of the butinraa will hereafter condncted In Chicago Saturday wheat for Julr AfT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Cholera has made it appenranco in under the firm name of llrlght A Curran. topped at $1 00; for Atigutt at $1.01 and I much M. ROBINSON & CO.. Eaat London, England, and there or the Managtd bJohn B.fish, Doth (torta will he kept open for the bal- - September at $103, July corn closed al Mrs. TelithaGresham aold her farm at excitement thereat. McKINNKY CKSIETKHY CO. Importer,. and Jotter, af Dry Oood., Notions. Ac. of the year, at leatt. one tiartner ulv- - rl jc; Augtint at 521c Oata have all et "laiucireei, cor. Sixth, Win. Comstock, of Colorado, ha Icaa-c- d ing hia attention to each. We are glad once become very dull, July cloned at to a German for $900. 1. D. H. Jones, U. H. McKinney and K. K Ttn-ntho Mammoth Cave for Gve years. He Dayid Henderson was kicked by a KY. have aisoclste.1 IhemMlvc logelheraa an Into welcome Mr. Curran to our town. A .11c will make many improvement. corporated company lor tho purpose of buying, live young btuineaa man la worth a Danville Couiit About 75 cattle on horse Sunday nnd had one bone of hia lag of managing and eoiitrollng s cemetery to h4 located Mra. Mary Ann Chandler, mother stout one snd mile from McKinney on full of merchanla with old fogy idea. market, not a hoof aold owing to the de- broken. Dr. Hrown aet the bone and he ia the Secretary of the Navy, died al Con- the Mlddleburg turnpike, 2. The general nsture of tha Incorporation lhall cline In beef. Seller could not aflord to resting easy. Saturday night, aged 82 year. lie tho purchase and Improvement of grounds fur Killed. Sunday morning aa the freight tako the price. But few horaea cflered. Messrs. Sliannahan A Ilro. finished the cord, N. IL, 1 will deliver Ice every cemetery purpose and the tale of burial lota theremorning train on which ho waa brakeman, waa ap- They aold at about the uaual pilcer; aomc Clear Creek bridge Thursday at noon. in. S. 3. The amount uf capital stock Is lo be not less AT ONE CENT PER sett AIIVKKTISKMF.-Tproaching the tunnel thla tide of London, plug n !m at $G5 to $70 per head. II. T. They will fiaisli their work by the 15th of POUND, thsn three hundred dullsrs (1300), lo lie psld In in whenever requested by Ihs directors. Cap l'arker, who wt- - on a box car, waa August at the furthest, S","? at Iluili, auctioneer. ? 4. Tha Incorporation shall commence on the 21 close of tha hallooed to by another brakeman to look each month. We are authorized to announce M. J. day of July 1&K. oianrord, May 7, LINCOLN COUNTf. 6. The airalrs of I he Incorporation are to lie conout. llaatily attempting to get down one it. v. it a into ir. Cook a the republican candidate to repreducted by three directors, tho first election of flail, he loot liU hold and fell between the whom shtll lie held the 7th day of July 1813 snd Mustonnlle. sent Laurel and Hockcastle counties In the (treat bargalni can l liJ Ly falling at the thereafter the directors ire to bo elected on t be 8In audi a poeillon aa to break hit owl ia. next Legislature. Anguat election '83. Cholera morbua la prevailing lo a "Oueen CUT Blurs," KIori Mountain, k.r. Kings first Mondsy in July In every Gfih year, the elec! dally. Thanking llie cllltena of tions to be made by the tktill, hi arm and hi log, though the of the stock Mlsa Pattie Arnold, of Paint LIcr, la extent in all thia region and Mountain ana the turraunJIng country for their company. wheel did not paaeover him. lie wa keeping the doctor busy. visiting in town thia week. Mis Twidwell, liberal patronage, I Iiopa ror a eonunuance 01 " 6. The incorporation la not to Incur any Inll.mntlnl.. "Not to U undersold hi anvtiudr." debtedness or liability beyond three hundred doldead when the train waa itopped and be J. Iloyle Head, of McKinney, haa aold of Harrodsbasg, it visiting at Capt. Jack Tn highest market rr't P,1J foT eollnl,' rr0 lars. J. H. 1IUTCHINOS, Tropr.. IKH-t7. Tb capital stock ahall bo divided Into ahares IV.N.IlMlitv waa put on a car and brought here for In hi farm to Mr. Dunn, of Kiclimond; Adams'. Mis Sallie Whitehead will com due. orru. Doeiulom grlndlng.Tiieadays snd Frlds of each irs terment. He waa rained hv Mr, Jamea N. about 130 acrea and crop included, at mence school at Livingston 8. Private properly la to I exempt from corpoweek, John J3- 7m rate debts. JOXRN, lteynold. and bore a good reputation, Hia ler acre. it. s.jrnix.xr.Y, L. Whitehead icturned to Williamsburg (i..s CENTRAL wife died recently, but one child auivlvea KENTUCKY A delegation from Springfield, to be last night. if. T,l.XNj;it. liliu. He waa '21 year of ace. The following i a list of marriage limet at the Junction by a party from Louor raa laville, and aggregating about 70 peraona, censee Isstie'd since last report: W. K. A TREMENDoua crowd waa in attend A good d Safe For 8le, at the low were billed for Cumberland Fall Satur- Kice lo Mary C. IMce; A. J. Sutton to Liz-ti- e --THE MOdT DES1KABLE KOUTE TO prica of I39. IIvog purchised large, ntw comat the Sunday-Schoo- l ance Convention of day. Owens; Elisha Proctor to S. K. Lawbination aafo, will dispose orold one luimedlslel y. the South Diilrlct Awociation, 'which waa Tom Hill had a good audience for thlt rence; Mose Gatllffe to Nancy A. Hicks; IT'y to y- IIOIIISSUX, held at Providence on Saturday and Sun Msniger Crab Orchard Springs. place Saturday and reema to have made a Andrew (1. Proctor to Martha E. Sharp; It And detldedly the ropular Itoote, affording, a to day. The "pillar" of tl.o varioui church- good impreaaion. Aa Mr. Bobbitt waa not superior accommodations Jaron W. Cornell lo Mary E. Bullock. doe, let changes snd e were alt on hand. Quite a number of preaent, the Judge did not dincut him at E. H. BURNSIDE, Mr.J.C Harton, of the K. C It. K. Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, auhject ertaining to the Snnday-Schotarge. Of rourae thia waa a diaappoint-men- t engineer corps, inform me that one of the In fact, If you and Weil. wink were ably difciiiued by Harvey, The We will now psy special attention to lo aome; but atill none could object lo foremen on Dickey A Koaser'a work, found cool North, Northwestany dlrKtlon, your totereit This Old uplsts a trip In Well - Known Plinth, Yauglian, Hale, Jamr-- , Wood, Cook, Mr, your ticket via served by ll.'aroiirw in the premise. n petrified frog in a solid rock about 100 will lo beatCincinnati. purchasing J'alaee tsit; Hotol Still Maintains CD8TOM OItlrVIriVC3.- Pullman K. Cand liruce, Tyree, Myhoney, lleid, Taylor and or feet from the head of the approach cut lo Prenident Jarinan, the New Day Coaches, and hsndauiuely furnishHigh unequaled and when desired 2i?ir hS!?.'? ' the Mera. T. C. Iltll, J. L. Ilruce ami J. A. iginator of alock fall among the colored the tunnel. It wa in a limestone rock. ed Reclining ChairOldCars lorm thereby making Flour for Z.i bolted or unboiled meal. Wheat. Can make equipments of Ibis And KlaiigMri Mr Tupprr waa not preenl, mm)Ii of comfort and lln continent, i watching with The bead appeared to be of while flint and atrip over this 11. ono ol luxurious thi. 110--1 alcAMMTUIt pleasure. Try a bad been advrrlianl, bing rngagnl in a NAI.LK:. Its Proprietor is Determined that iinlligging inlcrrft lh preparation for the the boily of a grayish stone, with the naprotracted mcrling at .yilvi-- i. At one coming exhibition. He rlncrrely hope TIMH TABLK. IN KFKF.OT JULY 8. 1SS2. it Shall bo Second to no Country tural spot over il; the toe nail even were Hotel in the State in its Pare, time during the darSiturday, Itev. Dr. that rmllled to fall below perfect. This i aaid to be the first speciil will nut l No. . No. Ifc SOCTU. Appointments, or AttenMcKee, of the IV-b- f lerian church arone which he haa the proud elevation on men of petrified frog ever found and ia contion to Comfort of lamwe opeool 800am 3 00 p ml 4 15pm Lve. Covington In the auditnee and look with Mr. Terjr cxruprehenalr lloeof tbe 4 17 9 in placing the kindred institution. their Guests. trary to science. It wa sent to the Smith' Falmouth- - . 10 35 a in 5 03 p ml 351pm latest snd hsndaomest styles of p ml 6 49 pm Yauglian In aotne atalement he had made, Cymhlana ... Um " -J- ohn lllain, J. P. Uiiley, H. O. War85 pm sonian Institute at Washington. 7 . 11 12 a m 8 35 p m Arr. I'aria. SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY and fur a abort time the diacuuion waa ,11 12 p m. 5 SJ p ml 7 M p ra Rsgirage nlllbeeoaveyed to and from thedepot ren, Doc Carpenter, Joe Paxton, Dr. FowLv. Taris PULASKI COUNTY. rree orrhsrge. Special accommodations to lively. Kev. W. 1'. Harvey delivered an AnJInvlla-ailx 00 p in 6 15 p in 8 10 p m the ladles to call and exaraln Arr. Islington ler and Judge T. P. Hill, Jr., of Stanford, to Commercial Travelers. The liar will be whether they buy or not. I'rlcea reasonable. liiAtrtictiva dircoure on Sunday morning. 5 49 p Lve. I'arls. . Somerset. always supplied with the choicest among the dittingulahed visitor here were 6 04 p m " Mllleriburg. v"6. door to 'fX" nUT.f.F. HIGHER, brandsori.Iu.aora aad Clears. It waa raid there waa dinner on I lie ground Saturday. All behaved well. The last 25 p n-.. John Hall ia trying to make arrangeDr. Lee K. HuUman's otllee, Stanford " CarlUlo ... 7 53 p m No- - SI. both day aufficlenl for 6,000, aud thla Arr. Mayavllle seen of Carpenter and Paxton they were ment to bring a $1,000 stallion to thla sec- Lve. Paris.. . 8 13 a lu 5 40 p in tion. talement waa not far wrong, for the people Winchester . 7 S7 a m 6 40 p m LOKD studying the intricacies of fashionable ! 11 Itlchmond.... Mr. F. W..Heachorman, clerk of the of that neighborhood beat the world to en 930am 7 50pm .. 10 p m head gear In a aiillinerr establishment. in tancaster -Bridge Co., had a fall a few day since and Arr. Mtanlord June. 12 03 p in 9 40 p m .. ..... tertain. SO p 9 1? This highly brsdbull will be permitted Unserve Dr. Johnstone, of Danville, passed through 1) Cows, bealdea those ol his owners, st No. 33. No.S. No. 1. Noktii. Col,. T. KANZiKtiEit Mounow, tho next on a professional visit to W. Hansford, who broke one of his rib, and haa been con$10 TO INSURE A CALF! .. SMpm Governor of Utah, or aouie qlher Territo- waa shot at Liberty some two week since fined to hia home since. Lve. Stanford June 4 03 a in I have recently oticned In Richmond a largo snd 3 05pm ,., 1 13 m Lancaaler The wheat and oat crop hare turned coiupleto Mining Mill, aud am prepared to furnish Description and pedlgree:-- H. ry, provided the republicans remain in and i now considered in great danger. COOpm ,., S 00 I u Klehmond Is deep red; waa got by Cell Duke ul Lyndale 2d, 22.113; first dam out well in thia county and corn will be 825pm every klud of Winchester .. 7 07am power, which God forbid, apoke here SatThe Huatonvlllo Mill are now in op .. 9 60 pin by l'eerleas, lltU Duke of Thorndsle, 8.0J1. Isold . 8 05 a m abundant. Some of our fanners are sell Arr. Paris W Duke' urday afternoon according to appointment. eration and doing excellent work. If the . 7 S5aml2S0p w........ BUILDERS' MATERIAL! &,,nA,7;Wdam Imp, by 4th Oxford of (Iroevs. Lve, Mayavllle: S0.9M; Haron Beautr. by 25 a iu 2 00pm The audience waa amall and though it waa manager puisne n liberal policy in the ing wheat at 00c per bushel, but most of " Caillile...... Baron Oxlord, 23.37J. Care taken lo prevent 7 45 a in 2 18 pm1 Mlllertburg " INCLUDING them will hold for $1. but no rcsimnslblllty should aor occur. composed for the mewt part of the aivaker' 8 20 p m 2 40 p m No. 8. . purchase of wheat and rurt to their fullest Air. Parts iM-- it Bob Newell and Tom Lanier expect to it. it. .& r.. noons. political frlenda, waa painfully ipilet and capacity, they will make their enterprise Lve, Lexington .. 73oam20Oam300a in WciUIierlfonrtlinr;, Flooring, 8 20 a in 2 45 a m 3 40 a in start to California in a few day to look at Arr. Pails undemonntratlve. The Colonel I a rapid not only profitable to themselves, but of Doore, SiihIi, JUIikIh, T.titliM, 8"JOp in 2 45 p ml 3 40 p m the country with a view of locating. W. Lve. Parla. . talker and barring a rather unpletaant unspeakable benefit lo tho community. 8 85p ml II m " Cinthlnt.-- l 9 &5 p nil 3 20 p m 4 02 p m p C. Owen haa moved bick to town and 4 17 p m 6 NliluirlcN, MouIdlngM, lmoutb,.., Sinltmonoloueio which hedellvera himaelf, re- The plan ao long in vogue here of selling lu 11 30 p nil C M p m 6 20 Arr. Covington the Paragon printing office. minding ono forcibly of an auctioneer' ef the raw material to the (peculator and buymtjs, tVe. Lexington 4 4.Yiu. Arr. Msyi villa 7 55pu IlavlDg taken cbarga el this famous watering 9Lv. "Dr." Keid wa tried a few daya aince No. 11 a 53siu. " forta, ia a good one. He commenced by ing tho manufactured product, saddled with " 9 am " No. " placo Tor the coming srawn, I am now csn st Lexington 10am As I sellIn prices such aa the above articles whole-be nod fined $50 for practicing medicine with- No. 10 ' Maytvllls S85am. aaylng he waa proud to be the nominee tho accumulated charges of each juanipu-lato- r bought Loulaville, Cluciuustl, or other " Lexington Maytvlllal2 out license, and, being unable to pay, i No. 12 " Covington 8 39pin " Falmouth 8 45pm sale houses, I am sure I can make It lo youi ad Prepared to Receive Guests. 55 pm pni No. 8" of the republican parly for Governor and transportation to and from a dis am vantage lo patrooice noma instnutluna, 8 lOsm No. 7 " Falmouth CIS am" Covington of Krntueky, even though hn waa lead tant makel, i a fruitful source of financial working out the penalty In jail. On the No. St " Stanford June lam Paila 8 03 a u also a practical I have a corps of trained servanta and will be able name law It la strange that patent medicine No. 4 tod No. 3 dill r between Covington and ing a forlorn IiOh aa hia democratic dypeeia to the consumer. to furnish vender are not hadletl by the authorities. Lexington; on others dtlly except Bun 'ay. friend claimed. He then launched off on Kutlftfiiciory Accouiiiiodniloiitt Dr. Held wa the first to occupy one of the BOYLE COUNTT. to And am prrured to furnish designs and etllmatea the State finance and while declaiming To all persons In pursuit of health or pleasure. lur iiuiniiogssniiaii ainoaor scroll wort. cell In our new jail. Danville. Tbe medicinal qualities of tliew waters are too any intention of charging the democratic That am doloir no small business, csn bo lud For tlekota. rates snd Information pertalotug to ed from the fact that my bauk account runs from well known to the people of Central Kentucky to on or address A man named Wm, Lyona, al Sloan's time, cntmrclloni, .Is , MonHumor locate new arrival on official with corruption, he endeavored to need description of their week. Sl,oou to ti.WO properties. lavenger Agent, utli. ii, MCKinnr.i, Valley got mad at hi wife last Saturday Contracting and bulldlugdone promptly and at 1 be rates of board will tie reasonable. 1 or further etttnford, Ky. prore that they had grniuly mUmanaged day morning at the home of Messrs, John loformsllou, spply to me st Irvine, K y. living prices, iiuureka Q. W. BENDER, C.L. BROWN. tho money affair of the Stale. He read W. Yerke and II. P. llosley, at the first a and taking an ax chopped up hi furniture C. N. fit'AI'FOItl). S. .M. fKACOVK. 8upulnleudent. Oeu'l l'sss. A Tkt. Agt and house, broke the window and china-warCopioualy from the varioua A lull tor' ro little daughter, and the latter, a aon. glasses, ornaments, smashed thlnga this report closed your young port and in the absence of any explanatory evidence, made out quite a atrong rare man learned from dpi. T. 1) Knglish that up generally, like a bull in a china shop, of recklena eitravaganca Oiie alory lgoMl 13 2 and 3 year old Washington county und then commenced dealroylng and giving FOB ONLY withdrawn from the mar- away all that waa left of value I i;ues he until another I told and had l'roctor altera had Knott been here to tell bit and the true ket al ft cent. Today ia County Court ha cooled nil' by this lime and ia doubt-I- e 1. Ub, FREICHT 1'C.Uo.tft. tMff f M.1k1.. O tlrU!l. I fu ten. , UiDi.IlDii, Hfl.. reenllii hi folly. M lis toll one, thla tipparently pluuriblo harangue day, Uk.f VUlJ.tiibttvlU. .tIl&aa, .Utsr-tvi.. PREPAID. litrTI.,1 fl. Ut It Jlirp VMlJuU.4 ft. tt. IIUrUj Kl'rlaial II tl'V 5WH..U UU.Vcho, Hurt llryan, nf Jessamine county, on We. McFerran, one of the most n U 1. would have fallen exceedingly Hal. The aft. tost U Unit. l.CUri. ft toit.lt VUClral, vit. taftt, tVUrtaa4 "- - V4sO, 11 JUblUaU, It It. lv( Wlat,IlLBLltr MUUistlitl., il.IMilLWIwaxl V waaaaaaaaja, SxaLaKol fatally Friday, aold to tahman Ilro. 33 1 year- - led deirndora of Ilia county, OraraVB ksia Ntaiii. Ktun. i.ltirlit flrsra.it k aptaker then went on to oinl out the ma, Cj TisiMrfa..ttr.umihr ih.Or.m lUUJ.r'i Art IT H VKUV DEAt'TirCL IS IJKINII KXAt'TLT LIKH COT Tlt' UC Wlr,t. ir.fl- - utuit.w itr. ny defect of our aaaeaami'iil and other Una old cattle that have been fed two winters Injured 011 the railroad laat Saturday. He tkUaJarfUkAJ tUkf VCalOtr. Tltl Uat.U riKkti.t.f ttt HMatalHU(Nl JIC tltlt. , sTaaaMaBiTaawatT. trur. . wwuiii frrBkEMBl tot ittMulf r wn cuuipbicencr told hi hear- at $100 er head, supposed to be the heavi- had Ixen drinking, and aat down 011 the and with iinHss&isawR. i ii aoaarf ibbt ! ft iav is in million er what ho would do idinuld ,lbey elect est lot of cattle in the Stile. Len Hudson road mid went lo sleep. A Irsln soon him Governor. Ho wa particularly re aold lo Home turtle, GO Hue cattle averag- struck him and knocked him reveral feel uJtOcUva(rl.)r lUjruIsr llOLUKN TtlMlUt ni.Mi.. lla.Jca all Uil it will i 0u4 u. down an eiulunkment. Both hi leg were vrre on our lat Itgiatatnre, but not more ing 1,500 lb, at $7 per hundred. wimMinTAi iw in ii.i.k wiii.udouLits in.iiH,r vr to iiauti..bi Lmi.MuJ, lKlvtir. Uu.li Uttr'B .VUtit 8wp Aeiw... ilw .vunJust IWiJ, X It ku Sl.wif LiJ ts.4 a:.MBUkUy Ml llcrtle liojrle returned from Cum broken, hi liipn badly and It i ao than It deserved, a he proved from ex hiab aUi Tn Hfti fru tb Uaribt tUr. fl- - HaUadUa tittssfiu? i( iJlisth.l!aUawi,arnaM IMIWcr fInJ arsa tla.ll asn ) Kl.al Kairiuasi th Wwt UUaUltf sirat nf UllblMir ss.l thea lie wa internally Injured lie berland Falla Saturday. Kev. TrP. Hale, Uitu.iUly l'4 Htrtr.. Tt.ViiJ U.U44 ( iMtug awvtt4 ltU tiriKt, u r.lnhJ tract from the Ouuritr Journal and Inteiu-oi- l JsjaifB siil naTartalvsi f rtUrerwori WtUIfl ol the lliptlit church, ha gone lo New wa alive up to Monday morning JouilNAL, both of which had condemnS SPECIAL TEN-DAssd OFFER ir J.u mill rtialt Tlie fruit crop of Ih i counly i unued it in unqualified term, for prolonging Liberty, In Oxen county, on a visit lo hi wltkl IU Iks saasacd (' Ho will be abienl about a week. sually gMl and abundant Ibi je-- r and dsjs rrsai Iks .l. r Ul. the leniiou 88 daya beyniid lliocontlltullon-a- l parcula. I will bst ud.klp ysu Ibl. Orgss, wllh Urgsw lime at coat of about $'.',000 per day Mr. Lealider Mi Cord and Mis Mary J our gruwei are atiangiiig to iliy apple . siaetly Ik. Beach, Uk. Ilurnetl were married last week. Hon, (I. and aclie In u belter manner linn here and with a rrault that wa absolutely barI sll rr uaui H, McKee, of Covington, ha been in town lofuri practiced and many have puachad sksetd srdrr latMrdlslelv, asd ren of good to anybody but the ptCketer la (m Ule Ikaa lu dais. Siuiewill slsi Uas of the $21)3,000 which the nemlon coat. The since Saturday. Mr. Henry HhiiiIIIoii, Jr., the improved evahrtnr . rwll warrsstes r.e ala l 'I'd I of Dallas, Texas, wa here Saturday on hi dry blackberries by ihi inelLml epeech wa one of lb mot genlleiuaiily Ulvcn under my 11 and aud Seal. i a Dauvllle county ha always produced immense and the ablet we have ever heard from a way lo New York. Henry boy who ha lived in Dalit for several quantities of dried fruit, though heretofore republican The aluck lu Inde uf the year, where lie ha piospered, and I still the crop wa poorly cared fur and cured In orator ol that purauaaion contiitt prospering He rrorl hi father' family the most carelet manner and llierefoie I Solely of abune of the democracy and A commanded only 2 to Scent per pjund, 2 di'gunting to men uf Intelligence and fair well aatbfied with their new home. Mr. Wood while evaporated fruit command 10 cent lulmlt'dneiw. The Colonel utn no word ol Itouttvllle party composed of i"J"J'"wMl rsesieisTiSis I A swLlhiiBSi?r5iir""""" L. C. Heed, Mr. Lillian per pound Wallace, Mr abii't', but In a atraighlforward manner rtfS lU aliatak tbtHik -- Mr A. D Noel, of Grant county, will llo.aell, Mr. J. W.TrowbriJge and Mia iria t'rutiuJ, rI ttiorthr ut w u - at.ili ...,! Jwaltaal MM'I Irttaal Tf f rH I. live lame aud although he will not ia daw brT, (.. lft VJlaaia.iaita.ltMa UUauJ Ut HtMpaHB irn nir College Sept. Is!., fIJ.Jtt.. itll be elected by aeaie 50,000 vote, the Stale Alma Craycrafl, were In Danville several take charge of Masonic U r m iU OtttM Jual u il it4 itt i U full for iwrI. taxi W&t.i4lklv rti da) last week; they left on Saturday for and ha changed the name to "Somerset will bo better oil fur the allrring up he I ait jtjara pmj imii" if wrraiii4 Jjiwti Mr W. S. O.burn, ol College." Prof. H. J Borden will not leave Cumberland Fall LfiaPwa'ilili lUWlKl. V nEATTr, Mi...i giving tha dry bone Toledo, O, wa al the Clemen Houae Sat- our midst fur the present and disengaged IoFaThs I sa to urday. Il I Mr, Oiburn'a purp'oae to lo- la leach the public school at Pigb, a few 'r'l Tku ui. u ii..- -.1 IWI.kUa U ilaii M sr Us(im s.arail rsilra..l.t ll is"'"-asj- r tmial iul lb. llUmilwl lllv.r, ixWICTfcHrBw3B1wja"'' ' I.r a aar ixH wMV I&JtlIxWswawSgg:Js.tZlJnwsixixm. 'ixixiar vers dwt all a ear aa laiUsiu.aL as II " at U he Died, at McKiuuey yelerdy ator. M. cale in Danville If he can make suitable mile Houlh of luwu, aud allirward Ir.nkl ininij. aaaaalWIurer' wkoleaaU ilfc Ur4r a I lkl" miwpHKKfi Judge M II Ows- will teach a live months' sulwrlplloii school biuiiitiu arrangement. Al Rtudlfer, of cholera uiurbii. Ut rtJ yair Whft$u. MOW TO HRnrtt Em1m4 , Mr. Henry llenter, died near King ley and Judge It. J. Ilreckinridge, weie there. Ill daughter, Mis Sallie, who ha lal waiauttdtUVU Ibtt I.1UI.4. l MffWaUaHsia AMUr btll rail, air lint IkaaaJaf .sa a. ...I J.,au.l I. ratal ulluV lx4.aiar.Vtta College Mouutalu Stturday niglit uf Consumption. also here Saturday. Ml Itetlie Slanhoie been assisting her father In the Uuniat (run tbt ary tytutt f.itu4 it. il iiiuittal 4vrJM. w "' f Ai.fnwd. Mia Maggie llawkiiu, daughter of Jo aud Mb Lou llowman, of Lexington, are here, think of going lo Arkua, though rl. c U r.a-- kr bask Draff I' O M.a. lli.e. k.uMr.l Iial .4l.i'r.u iircii.U,tars krU.ak Ck..k alii.asur st..lkv ulrsHaltil eph Hawklni, died Sunday of cuuauiup-lion- , visiting Mi H1III0 Uurford. Mr. J. II. she may remain here and take charge of a mw lkwsinisla. I4...r r.Bllkr aui! sa tkat Jar, klk Ul sltUt tu. Ik't M.iaiAr.al Uiimai.ak I'tOVlIll.SU llltilbU II DHh.S 111 wllk.wl 4l.r best. aged 10 year, aud her remain were Fisher, of St. Louis, and Mia F.uiiuaSau-didgsubrcrlptioa achool, Prof. Horden' famJ Kw r Na. latc - llelgkl. M In. IViato. at lur aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaswV IMSVO, kWUI 1MIVI U UH, rTHa CW.N.J, DANIEL F, buried lu Sugar Loaf cemetery yeaterday. ol Si. Loul, are at the horn of ily will probably remain lu luwu. IJI-lylt ' haa rained every Hundiy thla yeir hut two. . Hometiiino for fruit dryer to examine at W. IL IllgRlnV. It RELIGIOUS. 2. their father, Col. Jamea A. Fither, accompanied by MU Mattle Usher. They will visit Cumberland Fall In a few day. Dr. Samuel Ay res, of loulaville, I spending a few day with Mr. D. H. Yeistr, near Shelby City. Col. T. 'A, Morrow, republican nominee for Governor, delivered hia previously announced speech at the Court Louse Saturday nlnht. Col. Morrow spent the earlier year of hi life in Danville, and received hi education here, and the audience assembled to hear him contained a fair sprinkling of democrat whose presence testified to their kind feeling personally lowanl the candidate. It must be however, that Col, Morrow' speech disappointed even the reasonable expectation of hit friend. Hia utterance waa ao rapid that no one could intelligently follow him In hi argument. He left an Impression that he had attacked every administration of the State government from that of Stevenson down, but what hia objections were no one can tell In detail. The Col. aald that democrat were personally a honest a even republican. He had no patience with the bloody ahlrt business, and did not waive that garment. He made no special appeal to the negroes, at which tke colored brethren seemed disappointed, and looked aa though they thought the Col. had forgotten something. Altogtther, the Col. I a genial gentleman who failed to austaln (he reputation for oratory that had preceded him. The blackberry rrnp, which ha been quite profitable in thlt county since the opening of the railroad, lias not leen a large title season aa usual and yet within the last five days shippers have loet mon ey. All the men, women and children that could he employed have been busy picking the fruit for the past ten day and many of them have made Veiy good wages, picking 1 lo 2 bushel per day at $1 per bushel; though now lite price haa dropped to 75c. About 1,000 bushels' per day have leen shipped from this counly. Bnrnside had Iwn violent death list Friday. A young man named OilMon,who had been drinking on one of the whisky hoata that Infest that section, fell Into the river and waa drowned. He never came up after he fell In, hnt hi body wa dragged up about 10 minutes after II I reported that although he had pant on when he fell In, Ihey were entirely oft" when hia body waa taken out, When Gibson' brother Jesse heard of the affair he took a shot-guwent to the boat and drove oft" the proprietor. Young Tom Welch, a brake-ma- n on a C. & freight train, was rnn over by his train Friday night and his body waa horribly mangled. But notwithstanding both hi legs, both arm and hi skull were crushed, he lived and talked a few minute. He had tried to get on the fender In front of the engine while the cars were In motion, but hi foot slipped and he waa dragged under the wheels and reveral cara passed over him. n, THE GREAT SUCCESS rnnrr;aionL - XI - i a'i taav, I r tpu CHEAP 011 CASH. A-- Collee-tlo- nt -. Office-So- 'ltr.d io' ,. intlnt, Articles Incorporation JOS. SEVERANCE, J. ,.,.. ' r.ouiHViii.x.i. cow-pe- n one-ha- Ice! Ice! Ice! invK sr. Don't Read This! 1 lJ w? -t share-bulde- rt WOTICE ckah okohaud Mir.rsi -: ) II I6I-4- SAFE FOR S ALE second-han159-2- 1 CINCINNATI! MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Fropr j. TO THE PUBLIC -- Lle-ga- nt and its Imputation, "'"". - I No-6- NewHiimlsomc Millinery d . L.....! I ....' .... ... ... RICHMOND F0GGATII0RPE ... ... ...,, PLANING MILLS! ,w ta i I el 11 - ESTILL SPRINGS! , Spooial Ratos Emigrants. ARCHITECT1 l t 57-- , e, frS03.00 S59I0Q U-c- Beattvs Parlor Organs Only S59 Beiralar Price, S83.00 """ra'S1;!!.- "K ''" f' ., Q-IT!--. 1 -. ana AITKAlt-ANlK- iiet !! ir- - ma-hm- l, 1!SbIp f ft Y 11 M.e.c " .r'.le.lltllal'4 .u !. ' ' CO UPON br IsT M'.' S2 1 ! BHwHfK'' I -- JixH JT9cr l'l. l- -i Je ram lJ as --- 1 e, .iKaBasBKaBsafl?!- ! WWI BEOTishii . 5ki-ISttttk- lj Rltnir8Mrna! tmS Strum or rutin rntirrisa. , Ta4ayMoniliig, -- July 17, 1883 f Ir?T C ronijillon orWrights Indian Vegetable Pills AMHUICAN JnifortitNl IHtrmrrtf of th iMt Dreattf. y orf im a unj. I'roarnina nr J. W. Ivf Yankee principles, nnd never flourishes onHrrnnJ ami Fourth lonl'a daya. lr. ron tiik Hiindaf rVhool Tlio lost (uiiycMira in tlio history ot at 1 14. Jua, Hororanro, Muprrlntfndont. outside of Ynnkecdom. American inventions liavo loon womlerJ H. MtK.I- DKMIIYTKIIMN, HIllMI -- ltr, Viowed from tho exterior tho fully iirolillo in important To I ror, rinr sundaf rvnool at V). John w. storo is neither romiintio nor ornaOl' ICtiitl iinlcy. IUiut,riunrlniinJrnl. Union Furor t4Mlliion Wo,lnoly nlahta. itnjr nolliingof tlio talerhono, tlioli6no-graph- , And all mental. It was planned by n huniblo Wm Millillallon I halo aftpl,l Iho ajncf for tlio clootrio light ruul tlio system Safe to take, btinir imrrlr ve rfMe no grip-l-n Unrol. .ndllairardrnuiitloiol thla mo, I architect, nnd whenever nioro room has rrlminrti AUDrwchtt. of niilomntio nail (tinilrnlox telegraphy, and polfxllf rrllahlo Initllntlon, th. been required additions liavo lccn erect ohJrrtnflhoA. M. A. Sntirtf lln "to prorld. nil of which lnno been bo fully ilcflcrilKxl nnaatlal aid to tho wldawa, orphana, hMra, lora-- tt ed Willi moro regard to " pitch" than STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. Koono, and anlinaof lladtroaaod mrmbora.' tlmt their priucijiKifl nro perfectly ahould hoalialo to amir, niainlirrililli It will plan. Tho row of solid liitchiug-Nt- s . iu " s,,,i !. ir: STANrflUII, KV. allonl m. plraiura to sir. full liilaiiuatlun to Ihoao to tlio general public, thcro hnvd ""' "HiMiw ' ( Snniiiti. l. ':",' -- ' front is mora to customers than ornailwllloK It and rlrrulara allowing I no ol,Jl ( Iho ! A"'.'M"I."I,,N .' AirwtofMitlr Tu n an.) II. I Jieoii numerous find improveolBrora, A r IJ W. P. WALTON, mental cornice, and it is only ouco in n . Proprietor. Huclot r, namra of Ihoft, II- - lUHIIKHTKH, K'.r..?.n?.n'..,''.,".,?, "n "'"!.! .?,:.-'- Hf HttiM. ment) which, in their way, lmvo brought me 141 110 ttanfurd,Kr iiiitiMir.,.w rni,liy (KiaiHnnn.ii groat whilo that anyone is found mean nlmut revolutions in tlio orla and .1 !.. .. B. . fitf nil bIiiiIi l. Ili.m If " lhn nr rill. enough to criticise tlio orthography o( inhiniiKlr, HilootMlivf, JOiM. t:ihtromolotoartaof rVn-osciences. Among llio most important rVallnit rapatltr, Inrtudlnt Kallorf, too. tho sign at tho door reading: ton, lli ll.IT. I.ltnt ut iii, tn.w. IjiMiiuiun.KT. portant: ltraaonablo ratoa to m1 attracllona. Aadroaa of recent umcovcripa nro improvement) mm cunt rrnit ron " Tho most important point is tho size ThounnJiof nM n aa abovo. India-ruhbin tlio manufnctiiro of vulcanized natter, Eg, innutuj robbni oimoir Hides, in iU various application, which of tho letters. Wo cannot dctcrmino t Ictlmi, Htm rolin(fl, liapplntnanJ hraltli Toll, Homier, lmvo resulted in making it tlio best and this by tlio measurement of tho cm, m College. Talovr, Lard, j um oftha nrral tho printers do, for that regards tho And Fourth. so' cheapest material for superior and GERMAN VIGORATOR! Tlio interior of tho Moro is a museum NTAM'OUI), KY. comlis. Tlicso combs, In shank of tho type, of which readers Which pnalltrtlr anil ormnonllr ruroa Initio-- f liy rnry. (cauaodfMK, (zroaara ol an kind,) jsrillf-I- aI llciihility and durability, aro equal to know nothing; but it must bo judged by and more, Nojl kegs nnd ten chests sit anil alldlaara thai follow (if It enill tlio best horn aa low of rnrrgr, loaaol With a Full Corps of Teachers. shell, nud ard now a special measurement of tho visiblo let- side by sido flatirons nnd straw hats oifiuorjr, Uoltrrul UvlluJr, rain In ilia hark, ter. I liavo adopted as tho standard of aro piled together oxyokes and bird extensively uiauufaolurod. Tho princi-pUlmnraa of Tlilon, fninaturo oM t', and man Tbla Intlllutloo will n III Thlrlornlh Hnalon other dlaoaara that IraJ to conauinnilon and a s and trace-chaifactorios for tho making of rubber measurement tho letter n, that being tlio cages nnd onth. Id Mondaj tn HrpUulwr cnU Uoritoml for rlrrulara wh MI. tuonlalafrM hy null. Tho IXVliltHtATIHt combs aro located in Connecticut. Tho most regular and symmetrical in shnpo and lxiys boots and bolts of factory con laaolil at lmi,oraiaMiira for 15, Lr all ALL TIIK lUUNCllKS OK A material produced by this now process in both tho llomau and German alpha- ba fished out of tho somo heap. Dry ! ilrulala,orwlll to tonl frro t,r mall, aocuralj aale0,oa rorolpt tf pilro, hr a,Urtiln possessed peculiar qualities. It was bets. I have found that tho n in pearl goods, groceries, hardware, wooden-war1'. J. tlllfMIY, THOHOUGH ENGLISH COUBGE American Aneti, 113 Ailuialtfl,Tolrlo,()bio. boots nnd shoes, Yankee notions of an 95,212,737 81 more perfectly clastic than common typo is about Solo aj nl for tho Uollnl statoo. and willOw-war- e aro packed benauth the At. taoiht, aa oll m caoutchouc, resisted tho action of tho inch high, in nonpareil about Lonei paid in 31 yean of an inch, in brevier about ono ono roof, and after tho flrst year tho ordinary solvents of that material, was inU 8. exceed MUBIO. TUB LANOUAOEB. DHAW. $31,000,000.00 INQ AND l'AINTINO. better ablo to resist tho wear and tear of twentieth of an inch, In long primer storo is) made a postofllee aud n drugSollil, rrmiil aiiil Hnnnrnblr. I'a of an inch, and in pica store. Tho proprietor does not iidver-tis-o its surfaco und preserved its flexibility ft iiia'ar niiimiii u iinj- - iimriinuu of au iuch. Wo liavo " Proscriptions carefully coui- : MUBMTED at all letoporntures. Then Mr. Nelson hitlicrto no definite rulo concerning tho IxJmitled day or night," but bo has the Goodyear patented a process for solidifyIn Tuition, pilrto raote frvia IJ to I'a In th Does the Leading American Biiiiueii, rtfulir DrixrlmrnU. PMnutT. Iii InlarmMtlil. ing rubber, making it susccptiblo to smallest size of letters which should 1)0 necessary confidence to deal iu salts, Uu; I'rrralai7, 1 to, and (Villrglalo, f'A tVlltlr. oiltua ir crniittcd for tho sake of tho eyes. The ijorons plasters, pills, patent tonics, any form of process of manufacture, Foi full parlleulara, aa to (loam, jf ,a, Irooa dyes, indigo, copperas, logwood, qui? Tho next invention of anyiniportanco distance at which a letter of jiuy particJOHN H. PHILIPS, Agont. MUM. N. V. TltlllllllaHT. Irlurlial, tanfo(il. Unooln Co.. Kr. wus a pegging machine. Pegged shoes ular size can bo won does not afford a nine nud cough medicines, and ho makes MX iiTlll: IIUIPANIErt nipJo by hand wero manufactured iu guide to it, for it does not correspond at no mistakes. JIo is a pucker of eggs nud .1 tkeaaiuo miiit 'kt) rraanaUa III- largo quantities a long time before tho all with tho distance at which matter butter ; 10 Li a fur nnd hide buyer : ho is tho sumo typo can n shipper to commission houses ; ho is i? invention of thh machine ; but the man- printed ill steadily at tho usual judge of leather nud can warrant shouts "IHMINIMV ufacture was, and is, coililnod chietlv to Ik) read distance in reading. I beliovo and dress goods ; ho stands next to the men's boots and shoes, ud coarser kinds of ladies' shoes. Lynn, tho that letters which nro less than n milli doctor in prescribing for rheumatic, & oVve inch) and is head and shoulders great center o( thojiiaiiufacturoof ladies meter and u half stahigh will finally prove injurious to thocye. any other man ou postal Chicago shoes, was never engaged to any extent And, if all this docs not in tho nianufacturo of pegged shoes. How little attention has hitherto been tistics. IS KECOMMKKDKO BY rtlYSinAKa.' Tho introduction of this machino large- paid to this iniortant subject is exem produce a feeling of awe, bo it known TIIK OA,1- - LINK KUrlNIHII ly increased tho production, and, of plified iu tho fact that even oeculistio that ho has actually " been qowu East nno Cntnrrh of tho Hnaul Cntltr-ChroUlcornllo Cntnrrh of tho fnr, Cro or course, diminished tho cost of product, journals and liooks frequently contain for goods "yes, Bir, lought goods right Throat. It I. tnk.n IMTCRNALLY, und nonpareil, or letters only a millimeter on 1! roadway ill .Now lork, nml "was AM mil.Ui Til A INS Tlfcro liavo been many improvements in nnia umfcuibr upon tnapiowjang So timo ilionl.l bo loat if the atnmich, lirrr Mucoua Surfnce. or the Sr.tom. It inch) high. Many of treated liko a ierfect gentleman." Ho and buwrla are affrclMl, In adopt tho aura tho stitching machine, tho product origla tho lo.t Blood Purlrior In tho LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO! remrdr. Hostoltrr'a Stomach Hitlers. Ilia-WORLD, nnd I. worth ALL thntl. inally of tho mechanical genius of Elios tho text books required by tho school has a littlo world of his own. no is of tho orsana namril hrRrt otlirra far chard for It. for THAT nlono. moro acrlouf , and n tlrlay 13. therefore, Howe. This machine was first perfect- authorities aro badly printed. Tho of constantly revolving from pitchforks to Ilraprruila, hire cumpliinl. rhilla rirrvUL Notice I'aweogere Irvm Iho too s and frter, rarlj-- rheuinalle twlnpra. klilner fleers should go through ovcry school dclaiue, and from CURE m'CATAESR CNL7 ti'ionranen.r . .1 it. K. it. arilt. in loulatlll. to ed iu 1815. In tlm. to lake lb. .teulug train at tho Moaoa weakneaa, brluc aerloua ImxIHx Inmblo If no timo in uiug Uilj Itouta" and go tbrvugh to trlflnl with A process has recently been patented book with millimeter rulo iu their hands, pins and needles. His dny begins with tCIJi Tim MAIlUKTaXl Ulrctlvo aniaafo mediclno And wo offer Ono Hundred Oollnro tor nnjf in tho United States by which shot is and throw out all in which letters aro a call for three nutmegs or n card of gr all IiruraliU auivl Dealer, 1'or lair (iri'turanllp. t'ranf4tl.illlr, Ijtrjctte C.i.o ofCatnrrh It will not Ciiro. etuerally. and closes with a solo of WILl, I'lUK AMV CASli. mado at a low elevation by forcing a less than a millimeter aud a half high, and Clilrago Mllhoal cbancr. Omoe of A, T Briwiar Oa'l strong current of air upon it as it falls and should givo the preference to those a calico dress, but in tho interval ho has -- TIMKTAIU.r. .niciou. III . Juoei 4, ISAJL, s for miles nround letrra. F J. Chenewit I ., lutrtlo, II. into tho water. Another important uso establishments which do not uso letters sent to nTAHuNn. Hally. Itally. d'eaCrntrit I Uko plrosuro In iLfcTOiIni; too hats, shawls, shoes, groceries, butter-bowl- s, to which lead is put is tho preparation of less than two millimeters that I liato uaod llall'a Otarrh Cum. It haa 7 II p w eurealmo- - Iwaavery liad and don I luollatalo l.to. Uul.tlllo.. fmit-jarchoppiug-kuiveinch). Tho distanco between tho ui a la I 01 piu anrraaoof Catarrh If takra Air llrreocaaile- - ..... ui uxiuu ui icau or wimo icinl as a pigaaf hatltwlll cur Your, t'lawfordatlll. t, trulr, lines is an important factor in respect pruporl. jugs, jars, ment. In this brunch of tho lead indus' lalayello I IS ani INlH J. b. VTatTntaroaa window-glau. CUIe.ro 1 30 au I t MUI paint, putty, cutWOKTII NIO A IIOTTI.K.N try this country takes a prominent and to casa ot reading. As is well known, K. Hour, Jackacn, lllrh., writea llaro had tho compositors often Tb.utoatdlmt rout, wllh only ono chaagobf insert thin lery, crockery and most everything olso probably a leading xsilioii, us tho pracCaiurhfor'Alreara. llall'a Catarrli Curo rt.red ran, to all polnle In Wiarunal., MlaueeaU. Iowa, cm. Conaldor It worth $ ia CO a lottlo. hrtiraiaa, Ac Foe lurtber lubrwatiou. addrcoa tice ot painting duelling houses is mora leads between tho lines so that tho not inado for special use ou tho high I hr all Drunlat. at 55 rt rer Imttla MUltllAV KtLLtll,!!. V.X., letters project above tho average seas. All this licsido his weather preCO. ManiifarturoJ and "f.1.1 hr T J ClIKKKY common than iu any other country. Uulatlllo, Ky FORMERLY ST. A8APII, tola lTpoiitlora, TOlXItO, OHIO. height and those that fall below tho lino dictions, his estimate on the wheat crop, Tho safety drum, nuother now invenKor aalo la HlanKira tr Peony A MrAIUUr. tion, is a safety device which guards shall not touch. Every ono knows that his opinion of tho politicnl situation, and -t .' hi aoj ."" against accident arising from such de- legibility is improved by contrast ; tho his vivid descriptions pf his down-Earangement in elevator machinery, or darker tlio print and tho clearer tho journey. Some uicu ore loni to comIlailoj ha3 thla Hotel paper, so much cosier is tho reading. mand great armies ; others were created somo obstruction in tho hatchway, .i M.utris.ixi) ii.tuiit.vun. laCi'iirnisltcd nnd Very few know just what a barlecnA whereby tho may bo uncoiled from Wlion tho lines aro closo together, or for a higher sphere, and they establish Krom Laaeiuent to garret, I)K. GANN'S ItEMEDIES I storo and rule whole coun- means. Well, if you want to see ono in tlio main drum of tho engine, whilo tho tho matter is printed 'solid,' tho eyes a I Inteiul Iu Keep It In n Nlrlclly all its glory go to Maryland. Tho car roiuains, , temporarily lodged at a become tired sooner, because tho con- ties. FOR THE MILLION, illamier, THCORKAT ground is generally located near a And learo nothing undone that will add to Iho greater or less distancu from tho bottom. trast is lessened. Tlio lines tend to run a. ir.i.t:auAVjr htouy. together,' and tho effort to separate them MANUFACTUIIEU IIV W. K. (1AHN, M D.. flno spring. Arouud its clear waters are It is also a xerfect safeguard against tho COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. Mr. W. S. Johnson, the author of d descent of tho cor, in coso tlio strains tho eyes. In fino editions tho 'Tclograph Tales," Li responsible for liung n score of gourd dippers. Starting MONTICELLO. KY. lines aro widely separated. I consider SSv&-y&&- ' early in tho morning we find tho campus belt or any part of tho gearing connecttho following story: "In tho winter of Th. worhl Ii filled with th. wonderful. Ioutl. already humming liko a hivo. Long, ful .nil Intrlralo Inientlona ol loan, ret all the ed with tho engino should givo way, or a book well leaded in which tho inter- 1870-7Aro offered one of tho operators in tho couibloed talent aud fenlue that th. worU h.a or broad ditches have been dug, and theso if run too fait by tho carelessness of tho linear space, measured by tho shorter er known haa ran pruluced .njtlhln. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS letters, amounts to three millimeters Western Union office at Boston had an aro floored with coals a foot deep, over To patronlao mo. aa I hat ever? eonfeolencojULb cmupar. watb liner (lanir. lUmeUle. " that Medical 'Mir. operator. opiloptio fit His medical attendant aalllaodMl.ne.hato, aa tl, lallnl to dlaeoter inch). Tho lines will really Qroat which aro laid great spits, and on these aiNICKMAJII'l.liKOOMS, Ac , for their uao. improvements io ineiii, lor to. euro ol mo him limit have been spoko to him, chafed him, and made lor which tb.r .roreeouuoeuJod. A. th.lr mado in tlio methods of construction seem doner, for tho projections of tlio carcasses of hogs uud bullocks. Baggage Transferred to and from virtue. and uxaaro pralaed hf thouaanUalhroufh. ovcry effort to arouso hiin, but in vourL. b.. longer letters will encroach upon tho inout th. leorlh and hrraillh ol th. land, and a. used for iron softs making them on beyond thoso trenches nro titandard Faidllr Medlcloi., they eanuwt Lo the Depot frco of churgo. Subsequently ono of his fellow operators fil urthor I'great log fires, which nro kept constant Ulr.moarall. anlarafully auUtauttated by th. atroog-to almost any appliance in terlinear epaco ; and cases may occur, droTV a chan- - up to W.N. I'ltAM'IN. tho bed and took tho loatliuoalala usi by tho most export burglars. Tho where those loiters predominate, in patient's hand in his. As ho did so ho ly blazing, bk that at any time tho ditches ror IVuicha, IVMa, Croup, llroueblll., Cvnauiop- - WlHiotit Change and with lyM Unrl.a!d ol to. Turual aud Iing. llou aua an urny bo replenished with coals. Such doors, which aro generally tho we.Hc which the spaco may seem to be only noticed a foeblo pressure by the fingers, Vho hissing aud crackling as thero is abovo point of tho Bafo, aro constructetTCf ono millimeter. Tho narrowest interval which prcssuro Guiiii'n CoiikIi Nyrup. SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE raOU LOUISVILLE TO Till presently resolved itself that should lie permitted is, in my d theso Lmmenso tires as tho mounting plates so and fitting corresFor Llrrr Complaint, DyipeMla, Iodlaoallon.Jaun- opinion, two aud a half millimeters (one-ten-th into dots and dashes, faintly communi- Homes curl and wreath thcmsolves into rjour nioiaaen aud all imioua uico, uinaiiiaiion, pondingly iuto tho jambs that tho wedgo, 1Ikmi, cating to tho tactile sense tho words, inch)." great volumes of smoke I Scores of tlio cflectivo implement used by tho OF ALL IIno Dr. (Jiiiiii'n In view of tho formidable statistics wo Cure. coaches, buggies and wagons are pourburglar, is perfectly powerless against Askod whether ho could hear what was I.llll. Uoek, Atlanta, Sataanab. lot Rliouiuallaiu, Neuralgia, flpralua, Hrklae. and Jaekaoatllle, Moalgoaierri New Urlaaaa. ing in, filled with a laughing, jolly them, whilo tho accuracy with which have given iu regard to tho prevalence told to Moblfo, aad applleatloa for manor him, tlio patient signified assent of it is evident, says Leu I crowd, all intent ujxm a day's frolic. they fit offer no opportunity for any BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA tho 1'apir World, that everything that by a slight motion with tho tips of hhi Families come on horseback, while not Uho Dr. fliiiin'M I.liiliueut. o ore vice? into vfhich or mi la Palae. Uar. Wltho.t Cliange. will tend to lessen tho evil should be fingers, and tho resnft was that his fel- infrequently can bo seeu throe riders on other oxplotrivo fluid can bo introduced. Tor I'llca. Ilcuiorrbvija, Duma, Flatula and all FOR 1EAN AND BEAST. undertaken without delay. Neglect in low operator got from tlw patient enough ouo mule. SHORT LINETO THE alullar dlxaaea, d ladies como Tho body of tho safe being also conrroaa Loalatlll.la Palaro Car. without cbang., dots and dashes to describe his feelings For moro than n, thlnl of n, rcntnrv tlm with their escorts, aud negroes pour in structed of alternate plates of iron, this matter will result iu everybody's to tho physician, Cnu fluiiit'N Oliiluioui. FMIRRANTQ AIeileiiiiaIiiatoiir;I.liiliiioiitliaaTioii whotwas thus enabled home.onTh. wearing glasses, aud in seriously impedknown lu lallllona ull over tlio world of whole country seems to welded iron and steel, carbonized and i o im oi tm. ro.d wm For Freab Cula, Ilurua, Ulcer, .ud Old Bore., tho nnlv Hutu rolbinco for tlia Tpllnf nl to apply tho necessary remodics. It is ou foot. Tho receive .peclal low rat... ucclileiiU unl iiain. It Is a inoUUdiH' have entered into tho frolic. Down by decarbonized steel and crystal steel, ing tho performance of all tho world's Bee Az.nla ol thla Company for iiikjvu u ico una pmlso I Uo boat or It. lain, loulei Uho Dr. Giiiiii'n IUIIcr-Nvrcwork, especially those brunches whloh certain that uo other method of commuAc., or write C. P. ATMOflf, 0. P. 4. V. A. grout boiling kettles near tlio spring fastened together by bolts from tho inbind, l'or every form of txtcruul iialn nicating was possiblo under tlio circum- tlio Ointment. " tbo Loulatlllo, atr. side, effectively prevents them being particularly requiro tho exercise of good stances, since tho darkies uro dressing shoats, sheep the sufferer from opiIei8Y, In tho matter of printing, esVHuDr.aiiiiirNNtoiiitieh lllltera nud great beeves. Every animal is left foiccd by jimmies, eyesight. pecially, reform is called for. 'fhero is although he could hear, could neither wholo, but is split to tho backbone. A Itellabl. Toole. Appctlaer anJ lilood l'urld.r, or any other burglarious inspook nor movo any of his muscles, exand alai cure. l);iela, lndl(r.llqa, Liter Be strument. Their tables aro spread beneath tho qualities aro no reason why small typo, or type ar- cept thoeo Mustnnc Liniment I. wlthont on oqnal. Uouipl.lot, Malarial ret era and all periodical situated in tho digital extrem- Long ranged in lines having inadequate sparo 1'lw.ani. Manufactured aud lor aalo lr It Jieurliali' llcall unit iiiuaolo la also socurod by a filling of concrete, pines. Tho horn is blown for dlnuor. ery bono umkliiir tlio fonflnu-unctiio ities, and those otdy with tho faiutest Uy tk. iwcullarly worded adterllaeiueotaof lira! of pnln unit lmUiiiiiiiatlon which makes thorn absolutely As tho band strikes up a livoly air the proot between them, should bo tolerated, and requisite in electric communication." rou lea, which ar. liable to drrelt. tb. public. Jtu i iroclHlipou lluinuii Flo.li nml tho public should stoutly refuso to against both firo and damp. In addition Th. bborleat .ud Qulckrat ltoul. from Cincinllwllrutol rcnllnii urotijually wouilvr- nolo proprietor, Montlr.Ho, Ky. oerAll order, ooplo wind in a long, fantastic lino in nati Wait la tbo IU1. j uu JIUJMCUII by ui.ll olil rrtolto pioiupt.ttoutlon. to tlio filling, tlio safoa aro couutcuance tho uso of any school books aud out among the trees to tho wido "A CKXTIFKDE OK II KK HUD." or patronize iqers uud ikiriodicals that furnishod with improved combination Two residents of Sacramento, Cal, hproad tables beuouth. Ilubios crow and OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R. W. locks, varied for each safo, many of are printed without regard to tho best wero siaruou ono niglit by screams prattle, mothers chat together, while CHESAPEAKE UNO OHIO which aro supplied with an automatio interests of tho students' or readers' proceeding from u room occupied by old pcojilo find they havo not forgotten IJnlinrnt la nMtdod l.v lomoltmlv In i every Ikhiao. lOvury iluy brlnjru no ws of I rotary movement, and consequently eyes. 10 Iloura Certuiuly nothing can In- how to laugh. a lady member of tho family. ineoKouy Tiuitruiiiur itiim l iuUliiix), of rheiimntJo inurtyr ro ojicratod without uuy arbor or spindle that bo moro jolly than a Maryland barbecue in 1'otUvillo, I'a., went to quiry olicited tho information A wouak btiirvil. or n laltliililu liursti hi ml to t I .a passing through tho door in tho lock, tvii u iuu uuiutnmvffvruiiui4 her shod to get wood. Sho camo across "there was a ceutipodo on her bod." Hour, .bead of all other Hue. WAKIMi UI- - TIIK HUOSIISItAKKIt. rendering it imjiossiblo to pick them by a piece of hemlock wood two inches iu The gas was at tho time- turned down Daily Tialna, with nocbang.of car. for any A sedate HI uker, with his huir brushed Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. any process yet invented. claaaol paaaengera. ilinmotcr and a foot iu length, well very low, but tho mcji could see tho inIn 1872 Dr, Uatliug iuvoutod and pat- adoptod for firewood, which she split in sect on tho bod, and, doubling a towel behind his curs nud wearing a broad Dally Train, to lulatllle, wllb Fro. Parlor Th. only lln. ruining brimmed hut, wus surprised whilo stopCar. wklcli Dpocllly ruro. such ulloicnU of ented a steam plow, or l,u IIITtlAlO 1lVull au Dally Train, to Etaoarllle. 4 hour, la two, and discovered that it had been several tiroes, ouo of thorn cast it over ping at a frontier town by being hustled, PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS of all other route., with oo hatching, inochiuo, to bo profiled by steam und tared with an auger from one llliouniKtl.ru, Hteolllnca, StlrT tho centipede, and clutched it tightly to elbowed aud otherwise end to tho of e.ra. insulted. Filially uini i uiiiraciru lu.cica, jiuril. animal power combined. Tho failure ol oilier, tho hollow of which was filled proveut its escupo. One of tho gentleund Nealda, Cut., llrulaoa uml hour, quicker than 2DallyTralnaloCalro-Mpralu., I'nlauiiniifi Itllia uml cliaof. of tare. his health and tho low prico of grain at tilth threo miunio balls aud muslin car- men was somewhat of an amateur scien- ho turned ujkiu n fellow who had pushed nilinie.., "lililiniITIh-.- , Dally Train, to Now Orlean.. No rhang.of mil him oft' tho sidewalk, uud after thuiup-iu- g Nur.., 1'ruaf fa.t.B fHilnn.ll illlilotiia. that time prevented his bringing this tridges, such as wero used in the old tist, mi desired ardently to preserve tho rOM Nure Ililea, CaL, aal, nml him against u foht u few times invention iuto practical use. Dr. Gat-lin-g muszlo-loadin- g tutlreil .very forui or titonutl Ula- '" ceutipodo as a specimen. Accordingly , l2Hour,Hi!t,,,l,M c'',f,0 Luiiluvlllc.fJIiicIiiiiHiiaiiill.fX-liiKlourifles, each cartridge asked him what ho inouut by insulliuga ii nrnii Cukition It rurcii hud devoted his tiiuo and attention being wrapped in a piece ot uowspaper, Uy., tke Captured insect was curried in tho peaceable Shaker. For tlio DiiUTU iTiiiiuuiacan Two Tiu.on Kansas Citv Niraln., hivlimy. htlir Joint., to improving tlio guu which bears his Iho open cud of tho machine was then towel to the drug store, Tho druggist I'ouuil.r, Ilaruc.. horea, Hoof !! "Blessed if you ain't a Shaker," said coaaa, fr'uot Hot, ttcr.tr tVuiru, Neal, name, and the success which lias attendpoured chloroform on tlio towel to Th. . Jf , I. lb. ouly Una with 4 Dally plugged up and cjralossly thyibed with Ilollotv Horn, Nciatclie., tVlud tho discomfited gentleman, stanching Tralu. from Clucluoatl to SI. Loul., uaklug dliecl ed his labors seduced him from tho more m&L Tlio person whose ainlioa Kolll, Npavln, Tlirualt, IIIiiiImiu., stupefy the creature, and to prevent tlio tho blood from his nose ; " from your d Conner lion. In th. Uulon Diol (at 81. Loulalwllb Conneclluir In aaui. leiut with faat Iralna lor Ulaauurl Olil Norra, Poll ilvll, I'llui upon 1'adllc lUllw.y.Ut. Loula, Iroa Uoua-tai- n cougcniul Hold of peaceful invention. machliH) threw lMTftsibility of its escape, and one of tho hat aud your liar the boys ull though1 tho hltlil anil ovcry other ullut.nt tho AHoullirrn lUllwayj Chicago at Alton Kill, lu ithlcli ilia oerupuul. or Iho rood) Chicago, Uurllngum A Uuluoir Uallroad: Ke. Iuvoutivo talent has ulso boon brought It from an alloy buck of the hotoe Loto clerks stood by with an uplifted club to Nlolilo anil Nlock Vnrd aro liable. you were ouo of them Catamount Charokuk A Hi. l4ul. Uaflroadi Walaab, BU Loula A to bear uiou soup. Boverol materials the coal-biIho 91 a lean Mu.taur I.luliu.nt striko it should it attempt to get off. I'aclAo lUllroad; Miawurl. Kanaaa A T.xu lull whoTo it wu foaud. always cunt, und nuvi'.r lUaupiMjluUl leys or Dead Shot Dicks that nro travelhave been avowedly and opeuly tnixod The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan- way) bt Luul.Ar)aurrua.itilUllay. The towel was ojiciied, and tlio expecmil U is, poalUvcly, ing round, und don't uiiud being booted with sou- - us improvements. ville, Norfolk, A mkw book is out entitled "Links in tant lookers on wero astonished to flu Tho uso Imprest This Upoa Your Memory. about moro'u n yeller dog." llottcn of renin has liecn utilized. Hilei, cither Itebeccu's Life," Rebecca was probably that all tho fuss had been mado over a Th. O. .ti .1. la th. only llu. by which you Commercial llullelliu rare daughter. What an littlo strip ot calico. as sand or iu tho form of "water glass" a suui.ago-muker'AU Virginia and North Carolina rau gel through .ttraIruut Uuciou.tl lu HI. Loula OP ALL without p.ylug tar. iu addition to luouer Points. or soluble glass (nitrate of soda), is one eventful aud mysterious life she must pall for lUkal. Sinok 18G0, 0,000 divorces have bcou li'llV t II Hd In I... ... . I.... .1. r.lu All ditessM resulting from For Heart, aud lurlber lufonaatlon. apply to TUkat Ageulaof rouuoctlug as granted in Italy, Milau being sot down of tho moat common, uud BoaiM mode iu havo led line.. youruearoat tUirlctu.,or addreaa -- " nervous debllltv, mental anxiety, deret- - for mi less than U.000. waluul at, 4 lids way aro extremely evident and useniRrlnnatn w?tbU,ta " """it lioui. JAHIM V. KKNHT, Alus. Fjcxxiar, says her minister's ion of inirit Bd functional derangement of winLlllllrXlHo, ful. Modi-flesoaps for vurioui special One of our best citlteni would sty to the tl.ul. Wret.ru Axeul, uro " a little obscure, but," alio nervous system, cured ty German Inrigo- - public 310 W. Malu HI., Uiul.illl., Ky. W. W. I'KAUODY, W. U. 8IIATTUC, 103 MAN OX BIABT, purposes aro now mado by mixing lime-- 4cnnous thithe has tried Hill's CttarrhCure U.u'l Manager. Ueu'l 1'aaMuiar Alt For ! by and it is all that I) claimed for It. Price O. W. NMITII, II, W. I'llLLEK, Cliuluuall, water, dissolved alum, etc., with soap I says, " I do love to sit aud watch th rttor. gee adrertkwuieflt, Uau'l alina.V, Uou'l 1'aaa'r AgU. I). HILL, I'atMUg.r Agtut, ULiDoa, Ky. 'Iwcuges of his I" J I pWur & McAlisUr. J. 76o per bottle, at Penny ft MeAlUUr'. already wade. rucuuiooa, Yirjiuu. school-children wosDiutH ix txruxrioxtt. or myopy, is in creasing to an alarming extent among civilized nation, It commonly supposed that only a fow ixmons nro thus nfllicted, but tho truth is that n largo portion of every community is mora or less troubled with imperfect vision. Myopy among and attendant at higher institutions of learning iu this and other countries has lieen thoroughly investigated by Prof. Her mann Oohu and a number of other erui-beoculists, who have examined in all tuoro tlian 40,000 scholars. Prof. Oohu cites among tho principal causes of myopy, bad' writing and bad lyia Tho latter evil, ho says, deserves especial attention, and for remedying it ho makes somo valuablo suggestions, of which tho following aro tho most imnt echool-bench(- Tir e ro vit- - vonx mis aronii. win: quad. It was invented soon after tho landing ol tho Pilgrim Fathers nnd it has been enlarged nnd imprtJVrd every year since There is nothing liko it except another about four miles west. The store at tho corners or cross is n Yankee idea, run ou i. voloxiu. a xn Tirr JUIK1K v nr Enaction lhMonthr IW-- t , IVTotico 1 CHCBCH ntRCCTORT. four-corne- er lkwj, highly-fini- shed nd al grind-stone- lh to-tho th mowing-machine- shirt-button- s, farm-house- (one-thirtee- s, corn-knive- s, s, apple-paren- door-lock- s, rim nf .Hfrowrorri-ntlnTllltt. is full lima that tho peculiarly Amrl.itii lial.it of nthu'hing military ot Jndii 'at title hi jxmons who aro neither in tho niniyT?,r on tho liench should oonw to nil end. Thero nro few things moro jncongiuous than Generals and Judireslu phuos and under circumstoii-o- s where they would not naturally ho exjiectcd to Bppeor. Thero is not a in Washington, for instance, in which there, are not nmong tho clerks nnd niOMoiigcm scores of men laying clnim (o tho title of General, Colonel, Major or Judge. Eiory.ono who has held n commission in tlio nrmy cither dill himself, or allows himself to be dubliod by his acquaintances, nn officer of high rank, and every individual who has gono through n law or a lawyer's oflleo liccomcs thereby a Judge; whilo hero nnd thero "Governors" aro stumbled upon who nro very glml to bo in iHwscssion of a first or second-clas- s clerkship. As to tho lawyers and s who nlwund in tho city there is hardly ono of them who does not prefaco his namo with tlio titlo of Judgo or General, and tho namo ridiculous custom pervades all classes of Bocicty. I do not menu to suggest that this is peculior to Washington. It is a national rather than a local weakness. No pickpocket or rowdy can njijioar tho Tombs Criminal Court ir. Now York Unless ho has his interest lookod after by a Colonel or n General ; and iu tho newspaper rejiorU of the law cases it is next to impossible to understand who it in that is administering, and who they aro who nro nttemitlng to mislead justice, for all tho counsel who do not affect military titles nro generally mentioned by tlio newHjNqier reporters ns Judges. It is not at nil unusual to find the parties iu tlio case, whether civil or criminal, designated iu the snmo pompous manner, and wo con all recollect wheu thero wero Q.eucrnls nnd Colonels occupying convicts' cello iu tho Missouri jcuitciitiary in connection with famous whisky frauds. In tlio interest of common senso and deccnoy, nud particularly in rcsjicct for tho army aud the bench, thero should to a change in this absurd custom. Why should that high sense 'of honor which is characteristic of army officers bo exposed to tlio possibility and probability of being daily offended by misconduct ou tho part of thousands of irresponsible persons throughout tho country who wear titles to which they havo no right, or why should our judiciary bo lowered to tho lovel of attorneys nud pettifoggers? A Colonel is a military officer just as n Judgo is n judicial officer, and no layman has a right to assume either of thoso titles. Mr. Schurz, iu his Indianapolis speech, drew tho lino closely and correctly when ho sjioke of tho Presidential candidates as Gen. Hancock nnd Congressman Garfield. Now let tho nowHjtapcrs follow tho oxample, and tho titlo nuisance will soon Ikj abated. Tl claim-ngnntIkj-fo- ro Iht Orenl AnirriertH Thl h lit notify lh .i lir ll.at Mu.in will nl(htfirr, MroiInK othT .ffiHiifiit In .iMflMf nrlt iiihiviij cMiitiiJiy rrnoni aiiuu a Mfitllor (IIIIn Walnut Kll, l.ir Jmllr of tho Hot It. 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