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Semi-weekly interior journal: July 20, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883072001_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: July 20, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -w mint VOLUME X.-NUM- m bluo-birdy Mmtm littftaL 20, 1883. DAKBYS I3BR 510. "During my term STANFORD, KY.f FRIDAY, JULY Oatth Bitfittn Birds, s A singular contest between nml martens occurred in Lexington, Ky. Whilo two bluebirds wcro building a nest In a box, a pair of martens laid claim to tho nest. Considerable skirmishing was carried on for several days, tho bluebirds ovo-rtimo coming off victorious. Tho neighborhood was startled early ono morning by tho noiso mado by a congregation of hundreds of martens and bluohirds, and soon a general battlo along tho wholo lino began. For an hour it was carried on with great fierceness nnd vindictivencss. Tho birds paid no attention to tho surroundings, but fell fighting at tho feet of persons standing in tho yard. Tho weather being pleasant, tho windows in tho houses wcro raised, that tho family might witness tho conflict. Numbers of birds passed through tho windows and soveral pairs wcro caught in tho rooms fastened together. Thero wcro no cowards or shirks, but every bird seemed intent on doing his wholo duty. In ono hour tho martens wcro beaten, and retired from tho contest, leaving tho bluebirds in possession of tho field. A Colorado Star. Thoy toll somo startling stories hero, of which I may bo permitted to givo a specimen. I do not vouch for its truthfulness, nor for tho veracity of tho man who related It. Tho story was told in tho ofllco of tho Grand Viow Hotel tho other night, and I repeat it with faithful accuracy. A man by the name of John Burns was hunting in tho mountains last winter, nnd chasing a deer on tho icy rocks slipped nnd slid over n prccipico several hundred feet high. His head stuck in n crovico between two cliffs so forcibly that ho was unahlo to it. Being gifted with great presenco of mind, ho took his from its scabbard which ho had fortunatoly brought with him cut oil his head, pried it out from bo tweon tho rocks by using tho butt of his gun as a crowbar, nnd carried it hack to town, where his faithful and devoted wifo sewed it on again without a remonstrance. Co. Intor- The deer escaped. hunt-iog-kuif- o NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 105. StmikS(lUfhIfi3(nitrior3onrivaI I than twenty years; that his conduct hnd lccn good in nil respects; that ho Ihrwt wnU. not had mado himself useful in many ways; ami inai inoy piacea mil coniu Bad Luck. denco in him. His timo was soon to Is exceedingly fond of Major C expire, nnd they niked that ho ho tlio gamo of whist. On ono occasion granUd a pardon, n certificate of good ho was speaking of tho way In which conduct, which would help him when nd verso luck will somotiraos pursuo n ho was ngain out in tho world. I man, ami remarked that ho nnco play, know of nono who could show n betcd a wholo season at tho Whilo Sulter record for so long n timo, nnd I phur Springs and nover held a trump. granted tho pardon. For n week I Bomo ono in tho company suggostcd d thought over tho matter, nnd was that that was impossible, because ho with whnt I had dono. At tho must havo held at least ono trump ov- cryl of that time, however, what wns err timo ho dealt tho cards. Ittit tho my surpriso to receive from tho par major replied, "Every timo I dealt it doned convict a letter, in which ho wa a misdeal." said that for moro than twenty years Ho illustrated tho samo idea in anho had lived in tho State Prison, and other way. Ho raid ho was onca in n hnd tried to do his duly! Such being mado party when tho proposition was tho cane, ho wanted to know why tho to throw dice for drinks and cigars. Governor had turned him out at tho Ho throw sovcrnl times, mid ovcry beginning of winter In slarvo and timo tho dies camoout nee, deueo. He if ho had been let nlono with nil freeze, when, wai vexoJ, and threw them until summer, ho could havo taken hit might ngalnst tho wall of tho caro of himself. This incident taught room. When ho went to pick them mo tho great lesson that mcro sentiup from I ho floor ho was confronted howovcr virtuous, without caro snots. Ho ment, with tho samo one nnd two and Kisdoni, may at times do moro went to tho window and pitched them From Harper's harm than good." as far as ho could Into tho ynrd. Twclvo Americans. Tho next day ho felt liko trying his Black Friday, September 2 1, 18G0, luck again, and not having another pair of dice, ho went nut into tho was tho day on which n ring of gold of tho Stooping operators, with tho yard to hunt them up. down and peering closely into tho National Administration, forced tho grass, his eyes finally rested upon tho prico of gold nt the Gold Hoard in ace. Ho was no mad that ho made n New York to 1C2, when it fell to KI3, mental resolution that if tho other involving half of Wall street ia ruin. die was found with tho dcuco up ho In tho evidencs elicited by tho subio would swallow them. Ho fouud it at qucnt investigation, it was shown that tho tendency of gold had previHo last, nnd it was tho deuce. them both forthwith. Fivo ously loon downward, and tho conminutes later, ho becamo dreadfully spirators put in operation an artificial and unnatural movement, which realarmed at what might bo tho of his rash act, and took n sulted in slinking tho faith nf foreign strong emetic. The dice were soon capitalists in tho stability of Amerideposited on tho grass again. "And can trade and in tho honesty of tho as sure as you nre nlivo," said tho ma- American people Tho business of jor, "thcro lay the eamo old ace, tho whole country was paraljzed by Editor' Drawer, In Har- tho withdrawal of a largo amount of dcuco." money from tho channels of industry. per's Magazine for August. Fitdr, Gould and Corhin wcro the Thcro is a licnutiful allegory told lending operators. Tho conspirators by some one, wo know not whom, to mado 812,000,000 on that Friday. this effect: Tho Lord on a certain Tho Secretary of tho Treasury could occasion allowed ovcry man to tako havo prevented tho culmination of tho his burden oil his shoulders and put (iifasicr, nni no mmi noi. it in tho pilo of burdens which men Tin: Tkaiii: in WirAt.cnoNn. had been bearing from tho lcginning. Nearly nil tho whalebono used in tho Then ho told each ono to go to tho pile and select for himself tho particu- United States is received through S ui lar burden which ho thought ho could Fraiicijoo, but nearly every pound ro- most easily Inmr. Tho world seemed ceived there is shipped directly to the very glad (or u while, liecauso ovcry East, whero it is put up into shupo for ono has tho impression thnt ho can use. Whalebono U largely used in nioro easily enduro any other kind ot tho manufacture of whin. Tho catch ill than tho ono which ha) been forced of lulo years has been comparatively tluoo UKin him. If ono has a pain in tho light. Tho receipts fur tho last U worso than a pain in tho years at Sail Francisco has averaged kueo it bend, and if ono hoa a pain in tho less than 350,000 pounds. Tho quancyo it ia worso than n pain in tho tity which was reported in 18S2 was baud. Tho general rejoiciug did not 1.19,000 pounds. A ltostan paper Arctic whalo- last long, however, for when each stys tho total catch man tried his neighbor's burden ho Iwiio in 1882 was only 211,000 pounds fouud to his aurpriso that it did not and that on tho 1st of November, '82, fit bis shoulders at all. Tho discon- when this Iwiio first camo upon the stock tent among men was terrible Con- nurkct, the supply of carry-ove- r fusion worso confounded reigned eve- in first hands wa) only 18,000 pounds. rywhere At lost each man went Tho foreign demand has been quito back to tho pilo, picked out tho troub- nctivo this year, especially from Eu le that bolooged to him, nud, with n gland, whero tho consumption is much feeling that ho could enduro that bet- larger than either Franco or GermaPhiladelphia Press. tor than nnythiog clso, went homo ny. reasonably happy. With only two exception) tho Judg for "those women who picfer es of tho Supremo Court aro wealthy. As $1!1,- nursing puppies rather than their own Judgo Hlatchfoid is worth at least 000,000 and has no children nobody babies," they aro moved by tho uniis versal law of naturo, which struggles hut wife nud tell; Judgo MatheMs tho fittest and sub- worth nt n very low estimate $300,. for tho survival of ordinates tho inferior to tho superior 000; Wood 8100,000; Wnito $250,. 87GO.00O; Judgo Gray animal. In their case tho dillercnco 000; Field 8100,000 and ho is nil old bachelor; between tho puppy nnd tho baby is .Miller nml that tho puppy never Mil hecomo n llrndloy 8500,000. Judges onstreet llirt, display a voluptuous form Hnrlau nro both poor men. Their ly income is their salary. So you seo to ovcry man sho meets, uud so him to tho extent of her pow- wo havo tho enormous sum of 815,050,000 represented by soveu men on er; a puppy will never simper behind her fan and turn up hor eyes, like a tho Supremo Uencli an average of Washington Critic. duck in a thunderstorm, to catch an 82,125,000. p;nitnl of lfrlllon, nrrplto imkfhnr, anil llin of ilon't n. Conrnor Sermour'i firtt Pardon. ns Governor' I was very anxious that my first pardon W. P. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor should bo right beyond question. Even whilo I was thinking on tho I'libUnlirit Tiirmlitun ii mt hylitnw, subject I received a letter from tho officers of ono of our prisons, which H9.IIO ANNUM staled that n negro convict had lieon confined in their institution for nioro aub- - PROPHYLACTIC IlonaehoM Arllcln tor Unlrrraal Family Vm, Tar Scarlet nml IMphthtrla, Ion, Ulcf rated W. Throat, 8n.aU rot. Met.. amt Fenon wiHInson All Contagious) I!ie(NC FLUID. lYTROBERTOTAGG Opora Houso Block, -- imju Eradicate (Urnpi In MALABIA. t I j I riri, Stanford, Ky., WIiich, OJSAXTiltH IN Iiiiinorfl. fjiearx, Sfualcal IiialriimeiitH, ToIihccoh, or th Sick thoukl wo It freely Scarlrt rVver n ncrer betn known to spread where the FlutJ wai met! Yellow Ferer Iu been cured with It nftrr liUck to tn It had taken lact Th wont catet of Diphtheria yield to It KHALTs-rO- X rcTprptUndStckrcr. and aona trirehcd and Horra prevent. Ilnl by bathing with riTTINCl f 8mA.l rHKVKNTKO el Tax Darby Fluid of my (am- -, I in it urn Air made llfA membertaken was harmleat and purified. JVff " P" ' H? For Horo Throat It U a wa Fluid the ura not delirious, wa not destroyed Contact on For Fronted vt, pitted, and wa In about three ChUhlalna, IMloa, the house again other weeks, and no Chafing, etc - ) W, Paiks Illifiiinatlam cured I had it Philadelphia Ho ft hlt Complex- inson, VriiKH, t'itciiilcnlH, IVall Paper. JCooIih, PalnlH, OIIH, IaiupH, ttinilniicrj, NonpH, l'crfuincry, I'ockct Fire A nun, stjlc. Tlios. Klcliards, who Our Jewelry, Sllrerirnro and Optical Moods Department Is In Charge of Col. nlll Itcpnfr Matches and Clocks Tromptlr and In tho best Culllory, Machine It ecu I CH. .. sat-iific- To tHtrlfythsl.reath, Clemnae the Teeth It can't be surpassed llurnareheredinstantly, Hear prevented Hlilp ion secured by its use, H. Stanford, C. - RUPLEY, - Ferer prerented. Diphtheria Prevented. Catarrh rebcred cured. Itryslpelaa cured and MEItCJIAlVT TAlXOIt, Uccan. anal-lowe- d conso-quenc- A man out in Ohio his name is llohcrt Moore has just given a very wonderful pieco of evidence in favor of Christianity. His father had eleven children and a tract of land. Of this land he left Robert a deed for years' forty acres and a thirty-twIcaso of all the rest. Robert's ten brothers nnd sisters felt disheartened nt leing thus left in penury whilo wailing all theso years for n sharo of tho family property, nnd so they laid the case beforo him. Did Robert drivo them off, and hold on to his land nud lease? Not so did he. Ho tore up tho lease, nnd said the land should lo equally divided between tha whole of bn father's eleven children. How is such extraordinary conduct to bo explained? Robert himself gnvo tho explanation of it. Ho said ho acted iu tlii- way because ho is n christian! This was his reason and what un interesting reason it is! o - Tin: Lathst in Hot Wkatiiek DjnncriONs. Keep cool. Wear a cabhago leaf in your hat. Carry a sun umbrella. Don't walk on the sunny sido of tho street. Don't drink too much nor beer; nor spirits. Don't overwork. Don't worry. Kuock of! business in the heat of the day. Tako spongo baths every few minutes. Get on your 8100,000 yacht and run up and down tho harbor. Let your business slido and to tho cool, shady groves. Don't read political editorials. Nover mind nbout tho next President. Put it on ico. Cultivato inspiration. Sleep . all you cn. Live in your Think of the poor. Nover mind charity, but think of them in some cool place. N. Y. Graphic. r; re-ti- ro bath-room- The STtrorjiT Dude. "You have tho ndvantago ot mo," said tho cashier blandly. "You will havo to got somo ono to identify you." "Identify rne? Why, I am your son, just back from college for the summer vacation." "Maybo, maybe," answered the cashier, "hut my son did not look liko a fool, wear n cockney hat, monkey-tai- l coat, skiu-tigh- t pants, toothpick shoes, nor did ho suck a cane handle. When my wifo returns from Europe next summer you might present your claims to her and if she decides that you aro our offspring, I shall bo happy to bid you an aOectionato good-byBoston on your return to college Herald. Tho scarcity and high prico of black walnut lumber should induce farmers to cultivato this valuable tree; in a few years after planting they will be fit for market. Young men, especially, should pay attention to tho culture of black wnlnut. There aro always places on tho farm whero they can be grown that nro not occupied by other products. Thoy of cotirso would not bo nn immediato sourco of revenue, but in a few years they would grow into n considerable sum of raouey without nny expense to the producer. o The physician here use Darby Fluid yery successfully In the treat-mtWound healed rapidly of Diphtheria, lHcurry cured A bTOLLtNWEftCK. An Antidote for Animal Greensboro, Ala Pminni sir Vs'iTflshla Srtn- Tetter dried un. I used the Fluid during Cholera prevented purified and our present affliction with Uleer healed Scarlet (ever with de U In caaeaof Deatltit advantage ciJed It should be used about indispensable to the skk It will the corpse room -- Wm r Sam prevent any unpleasfod. Eyrie, Ala, ant smell Dysentery cured. Kentucky, ScarletFovcrl The eminent SIMS, M. I Cured. I aork, aar "I am convinced rrof Darby I'rophyUctlc Fluid Is a valuable disinfectant," !., New (PHARMACISTS lllte -- DCALIM 1- S- Vanderbllt University, Nahvllle, Tenn, 1 testify to the most excellent hiliIiiIm t,f l'mf Darby Prophylactic Fluid As a disinfectant and detergent it Is both theoretically and practically upenor to any preparation with which I am acquainted N T Lurro. IW Chemistry Darby a rinld U ltecommemleil by Hon Alixandik H hTtrtiENS, of Georgia, Key. Of as r Dckms, D D., Church of the Stranger, N Y . los, LbConti, Columbia. Prof, University ,S C. Key A ) IIattlb, lW, Mercer University, Key Uao, F Piaaca, Uishop M E. Church. Drugs, Books, Stationery nnd Fanoy Artiolos. Pbjijclani' prncilpllons accurately A i 10 compounded. I ji:ui;u:iihi Trd Muk. saia'tttglitered. INDISFKNSAIJLK externally for Man or lVast, The Fluid ha been ihoroufrhtv ami r have abundant evidence that it has done everything For fuller Information get of your here claimed isruggift. a panuuKi or senu 10 inc proprietors, If. ZKILIN & CO., Manufacturing Chcmisu. PHILADELPHIA. TO I.VKUV HOMU. Perfectly harmless Used Internally or Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry & Mlrcrwaro Em brought to Ihla market. Prim Lower than llmLowcit. WatchM, Clorka and Jewtlrr paired on abort notice and Warranted. t(nt lt. J. How the Wealthy Worship. All of ono long, happy hour mama has been reading to the little ones Sun day afternoon and talking to them about heaven and tho angels and showing them pictures of angels with their Suddenly little Jack snowy wings. shouted, "Mother, when I'm an angel I want to lo a Shanghai I" Shocked silenco on tho part of tho family circle followed by an explanatory clause by Jack: "Feathers on my legs, you know." Mother dismissed tho little congregation without tho usual beno-dictio- lf Six thousand baby alligators aro sold in Florida every year. Tho hunter sells young "gaiters" at 825 per hundred and tho dealer nt from 75c to 18 each. Live alligators two years old represent td tho captor f)0c each nnd to tho dealer from 82 to 85, ns tho season of travel is at its height, or far advanced. A ton foot alligator is worth 810 nnd ono fourteen feot long is 825 to tho hunter, whilo tho dealer charges two or tlireo times that prico. nro worth to tho hunter 50a Tho per dozen and to the dealer 25c epieco. Supposo the Government were to redeem tho trade dollars, giving tho holders standard dollars in exchange for them, how could there be a loss to tho Government? The trade dollar has enough silver in it in excess ot the c;i o eligible young man. Puppy will uev-o- r bo a dude, or u dofaultor, a tool or a felou, and the probabilities aro that tho baby of audi n woman would bo ono or several of these curiosities. Then overy womuu should know her placo, in animated naturo, nnd if ono feels that -- this is subordinate to that of a dog, why should sho uot step into ill Jauo Swiisholm. Tho unpleasant odor left in tho breath alter eating onions is entirely removed by a cup of strong collee, and tho colled being prepared whilo tho onions aro being cooked counteracts the smell. An Immknsi: Aiimy. Tho Fort- n'ujhthj Jlevino averts that Franco nt tho present day has a bettor equipped aud moro completely organized army than any other country in tho world. With tho 100,000'oluiiteers upon which shocauitdy, tho uumlier of troop) at her disposal is 3,700,000 men, so that sho "now can look on tho future without fear " Tho latest advertising dodgo is to send boys uniformed us messengers to privato houses delivering imitation dispatches which sot forth tho advantages of buying jour goods ut "our storo." A Cum: roit Asthma. Ono point us to tho skunk. It is a well ascer tained faot that many asthmatic per sons find relief iu smelling tho odor of this to most persons hateful quad raped. I havo known cases whero usllimatio people would stny for half un hour in a fur warehouse alter tho arrival of recently killed skunks, and depart relieved, so that tho latter uiako Bomo posthumous atonement for life. their inodorous American Field. A lad named Doughty, living at Connersvillo, Ind., had his left nrm torn oil by a charge of bird shot n mouth ago, whilo hunting. A local Btirgcoii.cut thrco inches from tho de tached member, amputated somo of the stump nnd stuck what was left of tho nrm on again. Tho statement is now mado that tho wound has nearly healod and tho covered blood vessels, nerves nud ligaments are resuming their natural functions. amount of that in the standard dollar to pay the expense of recoinago. The transaction would have no clement of loss or gain iu it. It would simply bo an oxchauge of tokens. It ought to bo dono, and it will be done. Capital. "Sister told mo to come in an' talk to you 'til sho found her hair," said a Iittlo G year-old girl to her big sis tor's beau. "Do you liko to have me talk to you? Sister says you sing liko a screech owl. What is a screech owl? Wont you slug for me? Sister says you dou't know beaus; I know beans a whole bag full. Sister says why, you ain't going, aro you? Ob, my, wont sister lie mad, though!" Dr. Hall's church iu New York cost 8050,000. The pastor receives a salary of 815,000 and the use of the JL3STX) parsonage. The church pays 810,000 annually for the support of its three Tho price of a pow ranges Nice lot of Horses ami Fine Turnouts. missions. Kates rca- sonable. from 8300 to SG.000. Starting in 1808 with 28 members, the number of communicants in 1872 was 853, and at present there are nbout 1,900 mem Is wanted by mo. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in bers. Tho number of Sunday-schoo- l children last year was also 1,900. At 11 o'clock the morning preaching serAnd can supply it in any quantity. vice begins. When tho text is an A. nounced the outer doors are closed to prevent interruption, and no ono is allowed to enter tho building until the closo of tho service. At 2:30 thero is a Bible class for servants, and tho af ternoon preaching service begins at 4 o'clock. Services are held on every -- ATSunday of the year, nlthough the pastor enjoys a vacation of three months. Tho Cbntfiiufion received yesterday a letter from Big 'Lick, N. C, written April 12, 1878. The letter was Cvo three months reaching its years and destination. It had never been to tho dead letter office and gave no outward evidenco of delay. It was on the way long enough to have gone around the Atlanta Con world twenty times. stitution. Such as Oliver Flows, Meikle and Avery Doublo Shovel, and the Brinkley Fifty-fou- r Taming and Single and Double Shovel and years gives the world Harrow combined. No farmer should be without it. 250,000 miles ot railway, exclusive of street roads, requiring a capital of 820,990,000,000. At this ratio, and thosamo ratio of increaso of population, the next fifty four years should give us an increaso of at least one million miles, requiring a capital of 883,070,000,000. sUmsy SaletFeei SITIiLIBIiilEI! HAJRiESS SHOP. COAX! T. N UNJtfEIsIiEY, Stniiforil, Ky. HEADQUARTERS roit W. H. HIGGINS f Horse Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, Shelf Hardware, Iron, Spokes, Farming Implements, one-hor- Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking1 Valley Corn Shelters, Evans' Corn Drills, Hand Corn Planters, Elevator. It is well to Know that sore throat cau be speedily relieved by using hot strong tea as a gargle. It is a conve- And tho Best Pump in Tho Markot, tho Mayflold nient remedy, and rather a pleasant Tho unrivalod Jowol Rango Cook Stovos, Step Stovoa, Tinware, Bird Cagos, Barbod and Annoalod Wiro, ono. How does it happen that the bard of Avon's uamo is spelt so many different ways? Edith. Wheu ho was young nnd unknown ho wrotoitShak-speare- . As ho roso in tho world he changed it to Shakspeare, and when ho became famous he wroto it Shakespeare, just as some jieople named Philadelphia Smith do nowadays. News. Au oxchango sarcastically remarks: "Only a fow moro weeks of toil aud the fanner will hang his boo in a nap ling and throw his plow in a fenco corner. The crop will ha worked and the tools will uot bo needed until next A newly arrived bride got fearfully season. Tlicu a now mortgage caii be mad because when sho sent for n littla given to buy touls to take the placo giugcr nt tho Aitorllouso tho other of those rotted through neglect." day tho clerk asked her if sho was John 1). Adams, Louisville, says: suffering from cholera infantum. "Urowu's Iroti Bitters is a valuable wo Just married, too tho "And I havo Godless medicine for rheumatism. cheeky thing," said sho been permanently cured by its use." Clevelauder. O. B. Lyttle, Manchester, Ky., Lime, Salt, Cement, says ho has used Brown's Iron Bitter In his family and it Is all it claims to be. of coniilinplion and Catarrh In the Trrjr dangerous unltM taken In tiuie U dlseare. Hall's Catarrh Cure neier fails tocur. l'rIce75o Hold bjr IVnnj A Plaster Paris, &o. A general Wooden, China and Glassware. stock of Groceries, el STEAM PRINTING! PILESI PILE5I PILESt old reuedloa Inc. you ol In treat merit, call ou I'toujr & Staufurd, or W M. Weber, Ml Vermin, aud get a aaiupl Uu free ol ebarn brtofur In ux Tb Ditto? nf U tha rrault of arorpatlutclullllcatudjr and lamiigatlou Into lua character oMW palurul dUru. Tucon. r. Iteinliiu' i'lleu la a radical cliauga Arw lHuruvtry fruw tb far The Interior Journal Steam Printing Office does all kinds of Job Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. w . P. Walton, Prop'r. tettUm now open fur ncelutuj ihidaitt. untimely who k lu About grata die allli tba diradtd dlew, cou.uiupllou. Amki. Nwlr MOO tmottmUl Tt4lM U tltova OajlUit, tMilUr vut. tk mJm lMbr f AtMtttt. MM 4UT- iiaWWMf Bawl K s4 TraiuaU, rsuM i4 ltrowu'aFipcctoraul baacuieJ turf caaa It baa U Mfcriwllff if Ms) GaTMfttl Mlkid UtrctaUU M Wlsu Urvl, HMIktl ftt4 ), tat tai4tta. feat! AitUautlM, Tim ftf CitttLih, Tmum Htjufca. SttiMMft, m4 ftwtrt) U II4 tH aMMlka. tnm TvUI ! been trledon antra Iba dltaaaa bat not Uu at- - iMiiUsu twiMM ( pU Ultliasj aW W C fttthlfftU WtsMal ttO lUr UU f f4 Wm S rUwar lolloM UtfMch lk )'UMSui iNSSWl fcvU. j(taMafa Vt loved to run beroud tba control tt uedklua cold fJ (4tmt(r .! f kaws;t w fi rJwUw k(ikr. iwtftwUtm sjIIS, m MHr Ux IhIIm yr U U DkUUMfet (4 Ur Tfc (m wa4u ffva 81 iu ta4 I full MiUoUii, McAIUItr, Btanlord, aud W M.Web bjr r.uu-- 4 H4 kir tir TtUCiHtgi 4 tw rttiii CbU rtif Uii.u Ui4r.tWf., K WILBUR B. MITM, er, Mt. Yimou Students Alexander I'lummrr, of UlowSeld, lud taja ka rrgarda Uiuan'a r.iitoiaul lb Uvt couth reuiedjr b baa ttrer uwd. lor tal by IVrnir A Mc A ILter, Blaolonl, aud W M Weber Mt Veruou- - Commercial Collogo of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. reaivtj any week day of tht year. Summer Regular Fall Session, Sept. io, 1883. WIX.UTJH, xl. UMXiar. mtJcsiTiiniiT. tij ll list t, StrjriSiS.VSi Z&tiStt rtuki. rr4 Prit, The Now York Sun contains a lengthy statement purporting to como from Dorsoy, tho guilty but acquitted sar-iroierStar Itouto thtef, which shows up tho Frltky Morning, - - Jnly 20, 1883 great and good Garfield in a very bad light. Since his death oven littlo EDITOR children havo been taught to believe W.P. WALTON. that a purer or better man never lived ItKMOCRATMC TiritKT. than "the martyr President" and his rORDOTKIlNOl, virtues havo been extolled by a thou , itihv. J rnooroR kkott. sand orators and n good many mora Of Mlon. nowspapcr mcrjj But according to ran CAPT. JA.VRS X, lUNttMAy, Dorsoy, and he seems Iwrno out by Of Adair. tho facts, ho not only know about tho rv ATTORT fllHElAL, Star-Kou- to thefts but agreed to defend j. n. itAnot.y, them, and promised immunity from Of alerter. trial if tho beneficiaries would put up rot AUDITOR, PAYKTTR llKWRTT, a sufficient amount of their ill gotten Of Hardin. gains to carry tho Stalo of Indiana. rORTRRllURKR, Ho reiterates tho story that Stanlof jamks ir. wry; OfKranktln. Mntthowa was given tho appointment of Supremo Judgo by Garfield on a rot atoms or laxd office, JOHN a. CECIL, written agreement with Jay Gould orriko. that he was to contribute (100,000 to rot tCritlXTRRDRRT runuc ixntucnoic, tho corruption fund of tho republican JOS. PK.111A riCSKTT, or Fayette. party. Wall Street was bought by rot iTiTR atniTK, kioiitiisiii district, allowing its brokers to name tho Sec maj. d. jiiaxxr, retary of the Treasury, and Conkling orcasey. and his New York Stalwarts placated rOR RRrlRSXRTATITC L1RCOLH COCKTT, jvdoe t. r. iulu jr.. uy promises ot paironago that wcro never kept. Tho wholo recital shows The Telegraph Companies refused Garfield to have been a weak, vacilla to accedo to the demands of the ope- ting man, so anxious to bo elected president that honor, independence 0 rators and at 11 o'clock yesterday and virtue wero lost sight of. Poor of tlieni closed their keys and man,he is sleeping tho sleep that knows walked out of their offices. It reno waking, and filling an untimely mains to bo seen whether the Compa- gravo through tho instrumentality of ny can fill their places, which thoy Guitcau and his pistol, consequently claim they can do. The Commercial ho can not answer these charges and world must sufler seriously during tho thero aro thoso who think that for that reason they ought not to bo made, interim. from the but if ho was tho manner of man that The following editorial Dorsey claims, it is high timo it was Fraukfort Yeoman bo nearly expressshown that tho cherished idol was clay es our views on tho pistol question of tho moat inferior sort. wo publish it with our full enjStim-Mttkl- !! 3n!erior(iunraI ), icy. f lfi,-00- that M t dorsement : theatres in incro aro tnirty-siWe havo heretoforo mentioned the London, which ropresent an invest' RELIGIOUS. fact that a State law which inflicts ment in land of moro than $200,000,' Itev. J. It. James will preach at the fines and imprisonment for carrying 000, in buildings of more than Sunday night. concealed wenpons, and especially the and in other property to Eld. W. J. Cocke, of the Kentucky Kentucky law known as tho Turner mako up the gross amount of 8500,- - University, will preach at Givcns Church law, is a measuro clearly to tho disad 000,000. These theatres regularly Sunday at 11 o'clock. A pastor of a country church in Eitill vantaco of tho crood citizen. The employ 10,000 persons, and givo em rough, bully and blackguard who has ployment indirectly to as many moro, county has appointed a sergeant-a- t arms, whose business it is to make the boys and no money to pay a fino and no charseating capacity is girls occupy separate seats during services. xneir loso by imprisonment who 75,000, and acter to Iter. George O. Barnes Is now with the tho averago attendanco is is moro frequently better off in jail 51,004. Scotch, and bis address is Eskbank House, Dalkieth, Scotland. And here let us say lo than ho is out of it can carry a pisA Kentucky man while taking a him : No sir, you are not tasking the coltol with impunity, and can threaten drink of cider the other day swallow umns of the I. J. too heavily. Nearly evand impose upon a weaker and better ed a live yellow jacket, which stung ery body regards your letters as the feature man every hour in tho day. The him Eoveral times in its passago down of our paper. knowledge that decent and orderly his throat. He immediately bought LAND. STOCK AND CROP. Buch people aro at the mercy of a barrel of cider saying that it had as The Mercer County Fair will be held citizens wretches torces a good many much "snap" in it and was just as July 31st to August 3J. who have every disposition to obey Bedford s Short-horn- s sold at an av warming as fifty (wnt whisky and was the laws to carry weapons in self do - erage of $105 at Paris Tuesday. twenty per cent cheaper. Shrovefense. The law practically does not George P. Wearen has bought 5,000 port (La.) Standard. or 0,000 bushels of whest at 00 cents. defend them, and they are compelled Medical Wisdom. A noted phy In Chicago yesterday wheat for Sep ofientinea to defend themselves. has sometimes occurred to us sician says that in hot weather people tember sold at $1.05 and in New York It August sold at $1.15, that a better plan would bo to abolish should eat moderately and refrain from -- For sale at a bargain, a combined all work. Most people who should reDEPARTMENT. all laws against carrying concealed Reaper and Mower (Champion), and other to frain from all work in hot weather farming utensils. P. W. Logan. weapons, and give more attention HOIST. It. "WEST. Editor. Geo."V. Alford shipped to Cincinnati, the enforcement of penalties for using would bo very likely to eat moderate LANCASTER. them unlawfully. If it was general- ly. They would havo to, unless the Wednesday, a car load Of lamb that l.c Next Monday is County Court day, Phila- bought for 4J. They averaged 71 lbs. ly understood that every man was neighbors sent something in. Don't forget that Hon. J. Proclor Abe I'ennick's Itose of Sharon Herd delphia News. in armed and able to defend himself, it Knott will speak at the Court-hous- e sold at an average of $384 for females and Lancaster, next Wednesday the 25th Inst. A good tablespoonful of Paris green $353 for males. There were CO of them. might have the effect to put an end to Our young friend Sam Walton, is on homicide, or bring us back to decency to ten (10) quarts of water is sufficient Collins Gentry sold in Cincinnati the sick list. He has been threatened for . To uso more is a Tuesday, a car load of lambs of hi own and order. The Legislature of Ken to kill potato-bugsseveral daya with (lux, but is much better tucky at its coming session will have waste and may result in injury to the raising at 0 cents. They averaged 71 lbs. now. At Mt. Sterling Monday mountain this matter under consideration in plants. However, wo believe it is a Lancaster, Ilryantsville and Danville, sheep sold as follows: 53 let 2 to 3a per eorao shape, and we hopo it will be fact that the Colorado beotlo is not will bo connected by telephone by Ihe 15th pound; 80 at $1.05 per head; 123 at $2 8 ; of August, without some unforseen occurablo to fix upon somo means more ef- giving much trouble this year; but a 77 at $2 to $3; 110 at $2J0. Iu I.niiniNU'r ul Hie fective than tho Turner law to put relay of hot, dry weather may change Hon. John S. Owsley closed out his rence prevents. Tho flouring mills of L. W. Eutdelt Short-horuse of tho all that. herd, 20 In number, lo B, G. an end to tho promiscuous A Co., began running again to day. They Mulllns, of Garrard, at an average of $100 pistol." NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. week 1,000 bushels of old per beau. Ho alterwanls bought of Mr. purchased this "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," s Seven thousand of New Mullins 05 bead of 1,3001b. cattle at 5 wheat at $1.02 per bushel. Col. Morrow, loq.: "Confound The wheat market is opening up in goes mightily against York are on a strike. these negroes it cents. I.ANCAS rF.lt, KV. The McCrackcn Circuit Court sent 13 The cattle market in Cincinnati is earnest, price ranging from t)0 to 05c. per my feolings to beg them to voto for conrlcU to the penitentiary. weak; prices running from 2c for common bushel. II. A. B. Marksbury ships from me, when I did all in my power to President Arthur will be present at to 5,80 for beit shippers; stockers and feed- two to four car loads every day. prevent tho right of sulfrago being opening of the Louisville Exhibition, AuBU11DETT & CO., Protect your eyes from dust. COo pairs ers 3 to 4. Thero is some demand for given to them, but if I don't get their gust 1. hog and prices run from $110 to 15 CO goggles just received, at wholesale and reProprietor e In the Lexington Insane Asylum there Sheep bring 2 to I and Iambi are steady tail. New stock of diamond and other votes I'll make so miserable a race goods. largest stock of goods of any jewthat Arthur'll never givo mo even a are 045 patients and at Aifcliorae C23 a and firm at 4 to 0J. total or 1,203 In the two Institutions. Georgetown Court. From 150 lo elry house in Kentucky. Trade dollaia . whisky gauger's place. Well, it's no The L. & N. brought 100 of 200 cattle on the market; 20 head of 3 year-old- taken at face value. J. C. Thompson, Agt. swallow tho pill Georgia use talking, I must watermelons to Cincinnati Wedaveraging 000 pounds sold for$l per Opposite postolBce, Lancarler, Ky. bitter though it be.for it is a matter o nesday and the C. 8. It. It. near! as many. cwt ; one I have a threshing machine outfit in "Wiahing to Cioso Out My bunch of rough,aged cattle sold at Joo Ulackburn wants the government dollars and cents (yes, and scents too) Stock, $l;21 head of common averaging 1,130 good repair which I will furnish to respon to me. In regard to that resolution to appropriate $25,000,000 annual! for edounds $1 SO; 17 head of cotton sible parties, they fjrniahing teams to I offered in the Senate in July 18GG, I ucational purposes, and distribute It among mules brought $78 per head; horses from transport same, against the machine; we to I Will Sell at Reduced Rates for the States on the basis ofilliteracy. divide iirofiU after expenses are paid. The 10 to $100, according to quality. Cash. can tell them that's a democratic lie, Jos. Hearts, of Graves county, was f Slmms, Matllngly A Co., bought last parties accepting are expected to give for they will never look in tho Jour- thrown from a mule, his feel catching In week of Mr. Ellas Browne, of Washington personal attention to looking after the My Stock Oonslits of Grocerios, , nal of that session to boo if it is so or the harness. He was dragged half a mile, county, 32 mules at $135 per threshing. John W. Miller, Lancaster, Glau and Qaeeuaware, not." The resolution can bo found on bis skull half torn away and face and head; of J. K. Carrico, same county, 10 Ky., July 9, 1883. l'jsinoNAL Col. It. 1'. Jacobs, of Danpago 221 Senate Journal ot 18G5-- C back bad If lacerated. head at $130. Hugh L. McElroy has sold Canned Fruits, Haildlory and Uarnesa It now turns out that instead of Gen. Ihe Major Handy farm in Mercer county, ville, was in town Tuesday on legal busi&o.,&o. colored brother choso to should any Crook defeating the Apaches as was at containing 320 acres, to a Mrs. Baker, of ness. Wm. A. Morrow, lale of this plate, investigate and it is in these words: first reported, he and his command were Atlanta, Ga., for $30,500 or about $05 per now of Somerset, Is In town, looking after Ttiow luJcLteJ to di will plcias Cill au J sett Is G. Resolved, That the Qmgrctt of captured I mutt ham the money. bf them (ind onlr allowed to de acre. Lebanon Standard. the political interests of his father, Col. T. July, liKS. II'. T. UllKI'.S. tiie United States has no potcer, under part on condition that the should be put Z. Morrow. Miss Bessie C. fjtewart, of IN MEMORIAM. (lie second section of tlic UiirtcenUi on the Ban Carlos reservation. Mexico, Mo, is visiting Mrs, Wm. A. An Arkansas negro shot with a mus Died, at Stanford, Ky., on Monday, Ju Rurnaide. Kev. W. A. Gibson and wife amendment to tiie Constitution of tlie Articles of Incorporation United States, to pass any law granting ket ball, entering at the mouth and pasting ly 0, 188:1, of consumption, MUa Flora are visiting friends In this place. Mr. through the back of his head, mounted a Hughes, In thu 13tli jeir ot his age. It is Gibson was formerly pastor of the Chris OF Tll Vie right of suffrage in the States to per' mule and lode off. Ills antagonist, who with feeJIogtof the deepest sorrow that He) tian Church at this place. Mrs. W. II. McKIMVKY VIMIiyrilKY CO. descent, and tlutt we are was shot In the groin, also took sons of African a mule en the Joregoioi;, haying known aud lov- Kiunaird returned from a visit to Illinois, opposed to granting suffrage to persons ride. Two quiet funerals concluded the ed the departed from our earliest iufancjr, Tuesday. 1, D. 8. Junes, (I. S, Mc Winner aud K. U Tanner liars assuclatcd llieuisehu together aa an lu- tragedy. and being related to her by tho endearing ofUtat class by die Stale. We hear it whispered around that the The negro, Uulger, who raped a little ties of consanguinity. There is happy a candidate for uauagiuiraud controliug a cemetery to Uiloiateil uiltea Bill Chandler eeemi to have lost twelve-yea- r old white girl near Mavsvllle, recollection of our childhood thatnodoe not republican will put out between this and about one anil - turu.lke. from McKluue ou Itis MlddleburjRepresentative aometime 2. 1 U geueral nature of tbo Incorporation aliall confessed his guilt and a Jury piomptly carry with it the sweit smile, the gentle his grip. Ho has only gotton Monday. Every democrat should see ts it be. lk purchase anil luiproteuieal of grouuds for votes for Senator from New Hamp- sentenced him to be hung. He expressed Toice and the allable disposition ol the de- that the full democratic vote is polled on cemetery purposes and the sals o( burial lots therein. S. Tho auiouut of lapllal stock Is to beuotlesa shire, when it takes about 150 to himself satisfied with the verdict and said parted. During many years of alllction, the day of Ihe election. A prominent rethan three UuuJrwl dollars (1304), to U paid lu be hoped the sentence would be executed she never murmured, but looked forward Itol-Hepublican said this morning that they whenarer requested lj the directors. elect. He should withdraw like by tbo law and not by a mob, Aud so say to that happy homo where she now lives t. Ths lncorioratloa shall commence on tbs 2d would have a candidate by the day of the for tke good of tho party. all of us, and enjoys the company of angels that flit election. It may be that a still hunt will darofJuljr liu,of the Incurporatlouars to U i, Th affairs Is The State Treasury at Frankfurt by directors, the Oral election or Election day is but a littlo ovsr empty. Mr. Chevls,of Lexington, has a around the great white throne of Clod. In be inaugurated aud the candidate put on whom shallthreebald tbs 7lh day of July 1S83 sud U the light of divine truth we cuu not doubt the morning of the election. It I the du- thereafter tho directors are to he elected out be two weeks oH and it is timo tho boys claim against the State, and the Auditor elecnrst Mouday lu that auch Is her condition, lieing a devo- - ty of the democrat to be prepared for any tions to U made Juljrlu erery uflU year, Ihe slock were stirring themselves. Our Stato by lbs oh bo be elected by 60,000 and ttlli him he will get the money as toon as ed christian, a kind aud loving titter and emergency and not be taken by surprise cuuijuuy. Incorporation Is ticket must 0. lb not to Incur aur In. of the Treasury it will be ifdowocraUdo thoir duty. the condition Is charged to will permit. posseiuilng all those lovely trails of charac and defeateJ. The county should be car debttduees or liability beyond three huudred dolthe railroads The trouble lars. So up and t'i)iH. which are universally admired, it teem ried for the State ticket; and with a little er 7. Th capital stock shall U dlYlJod Into shtre . which refuse to pay their taxes, Mr. otta. This gro Dan Timberlako will be Cbevlstays that if he is not paid Immedi- that her life tra given her to make other exertion on the part of the party leaders it a, 1'ilrate properly li lo be cieiupt from corio- s, for rape on ately lie will stop the collection of taxes happy. Her bright smile dispelled the can be, Let every man put hi kboulder rate ueuts. kuag at Lexington o.hf. .jrmxi:v, lu the hands ol ererjr Sheriff In the State, sorrow from the heart and soothed the to the wheel aud push. I, Tl SNS'U mm. little colored girl. m.m....mmw. HHi x 8125,-000,000, Court-house o agL-recalg Willi an increase of 3.11 per cent. In the population of Kentucky, it does' not cost m much to run the Slate In 188.1 at it an. did In At 1'hlladilphla Sophia Wartman, aged 10, who, In April last, nearly succeeded In killing herself, almost wvered her head from her body yesterday with a razor She wta ruined under promise of marriage, Complete arrangements have Wen made for building the first section of the Kentucky Union 1UN llovl from the e A Ohio line to lted Itiver Mills, In Powell county, and contracts for work will be let this month or early In August. The new road will leave the Chesapeake A Ohio probably a little west of Hedges. Tom Nast, the caricaturist, has been retired by the Harper Brothers on a pension of $10,000. He broke Horace G reefer's heart, and villlfied and traduced the South, prolonging the nightmare era of sectional dissension and Animosity, and helped to continue the thieves In office who robbed tho treasuries of the republic and of the Southern Slates. Speaking of Gen. Killicoffer Fry's speech, the Shelby Senlintl says: "A large portion of his speech abounded In such obscene and vulgar language that it shocked the audience that had gathered lo listen to bim, and was fsr too low to appear in public print. He charged upon the young men of Danville and the members of the best families of Lexington the dirtiest of misdemeanors, in language too coarse to fall fioni the lips of a gentleman." The Western Union Telegraph Committee resists the demands of the operators. At a meeting of the Executive Board a special commilteo was appointed to Inquire into complaints of Irregularities of of service compensation or condition of the company's employes. This committee is composed of men who are opposed lo a compromise. They will not recognize the committee of the llrotherhood of Telegraphers and will not make a general advance of even one per cent, in wages, but employes of the company who have complaints to make are assured that they will be given an impartial hearing. The officers of the company are of the opinion that the threatened strike will not seriously interfere with the company's business. 1865.-cowClies-aeak- troubled tout, as the great orb of day drives away the clouds and vapors that hover about us. While many mourn her lorn, they feel assured that she llvei and walks the streets of the New Jerusalem and if we should Imitate her example nn earth we shall meet her among angels and sing anthems of praise In Ihe God of Sabhoth through Ihe ceaselprs agea of eternity. M. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT Managed by John B. fish. We are authorized to announce M. J. Cook as the republican ctndldate lo represent Laurel and Itockcastle counties In Ihe next Legislature. August election BOTLE COUNTT. t Danrillt. Messrs. Sam Holloway and John F. Adams, two young men from Louisville, who have been out on a rather lengthy excursion arrived here yesterday from Lexington, and left this morning for home. Mr. Clarence Jenkins who was one of Ihe psrly wit taken tick at Lexington and went home from that place yesterday morning. A hop complimentary to Miss lto- bards, of Hannibal, Mo., and Miss Chiles, of Lexington, was given at Mrs. Akln'a Tuesday night. The following named young ladies were present and took part in the dancing: Misses Lily Woollen, Louisville, Kills Cropper, St. Louis, Lonnie Guest, S. B. Pible, Sllie Engleman,Sallie Mcltoberts, Nannie Bright, Sophie Bright, Bertie Snail and Miss Hopkins, Mrs. It. C. Nichols was also present. Misses Alma and Bettie Craig gave a Mother Hubbard party to their young lady friends Tuesday evening. The amusements were vocal and instrumental music, game "Blind-Man'- s and those Buff," and "King, King, Kango." An elegant lunch wis spread beneath Ihe shade trees near the bouse and the young ladies were all attired in Mother Hubbard Tea Gowns, and had a good time generally No boy was allowed within rlfla shot. There were present Misses Nannie and Mary Fiaher, Delia McFerran, Mary Maggie Rowland, the Misses Chandler, Misses Hamilton, Emm a Cowan, Mattie Kenney, the Misses January, Misses Matlle and LutieDuke, Bertie Boyle, Ma mie Metcalfe, Hallle Young, SallieEngle-man- , Mollie Johnson, Miss Cochran, Misses Bessie Eogleman, Mary Irvine and Belle Chenanlt. Mr. J. II. Fisher, his mother, Mrs. J. A. Fisher and his sisters, Mrs. Sandidge, of N. O , and Miss Matlle Fisher, of this pltce, Miss Ella Woods, ol Jacksonville, III , and Mrs. W. (I. Dunlap, ol Danville, compose a party who left Wednesday for Cumberland Falls to be absent a week. Mrs. Alex Harvey, of Baltimore, is visit-inher sister, Mrs. C. P. Cecil. Miss Lena Watson, of Louisville, is visiling her sister, Mrs. W. B. Moore. Mrs. Eiitt La Hue, the venerable mother of Mrs. J. II. Thomas, who has been very ill with pneumonia, has about recovered. Mrs. LaHue is a sister of the lale Gov. John T. Helm Mrs. Georgo Metcalfe is home from Ksn-sa- s City. Miss Cornie Cooper, of Stanford, and Miss Coons, of Lexington, are at Mrs. McAlisler's. Dr. Jo Gill, of Louisville, is at Mr. J. J. Craig's. Col. A. M. Swope was in town Thursday. d Jimrs Hamilton sold to James D. Prllchetl one bay gelding for $115. Democratic Hrr.AUiNO The Stale Central Democratic Committee hiving requested Hon. M. It. Owsley lo make some speeches between this dale and the August election, be authorizes us lo make the following appointments for Mm Liberty, July 23J, 11 o'clock; Paris, Tuesday night, July 21th; Carlisle, July 25th, 1 o'clock; Covington, Thursday nitht, July 2Uh; Shelbyvllle, July 2Sili, 2 o'clock, r. m.; I'adurah, Momlty night, July JtOllij July 31, I o'clock, p. M; Clinton, Hickman county, Aug, 1st, I o'clock, V. M,; llopklnsvllle, Thursday night, Aug. 2d., Louisville, Friday night, Aug. .11; Stan ford, Siturdiy, Aug. I'd, 2:30 r. m; Lancaster, Saturday night, Aug, lib. All papers are requested to copy Ihe foregoing. Central Ky. New-- i. May-fiel- NOTICE! Olc.ilt OKUIIAUO MIIXNt i II IIUTCIIINIIS, Trnpr, tHtiittonif.rln.llng week. Ice! Ice! Ice! l will. Ir liter lea every mornlnt: Tuesdays tnd rrl.layaofeattt I.tl-lr- at o.i: oi:.vr As IM'.U lOHM, ti lone ss my pretentstnrk Isila. After that, sn annni Account du at the Ir aa low I low nf each month. Ulanr.ml, May 7 It. II. H.tHHOir. LOW) In news, POMJATIIOUPti Im ! This hUhlr Wed tail will lrsldellKt lillown.lt, permitted tt tnerf Nowtfl.iiiiilsoiiio llllllliiory I htTsopeneil a tery eomprehenalt latest and handsonietl tlylianf liy IVerless, lllh Duke or Thorndsle, S.wll, (wild loi II7,00); S.I dam l.y 41h Dukn of lltnett, SO.JiS, a.1 ill in I in n I Is roil Otfnrd lleautt, lie INSURK A CALF! Inscription tnil pedlitrre -- II la t deep ml was (nitty Hell links i.l l.yndsls Id, W.llt, Oral ilstn $10 TO Ilsron Ottonl M..17S (Ura taken In pratent but no teiimnilblllty sbnuld anr nreur ita-tt line of Hi 8PRIN0 AND SUMMER MILLINERY And la it, h. a- - ;. i: ii (tons, Neat door to Dr Inilleall Hi ladles In esll and eiamlas, h.ihar til l,uv ov hoi. 1'ilrc reasonatits. MISS HKI.li: IH lltlllH. lt Lnl' lluflman aofflrw.eJIsuforJ snj depressed lo plrlts, Imsof appetite, gtneisl debility, disorweak constitution, headache, or sny dered Howl, dlMtMof a bilious nature, liy til niftnt rrnr a Utlls of Electric Hitters. You will ba surptlMj lose Ins rapid Improvement that will lolluw, you will t Inspired with ner life, strength and ae-lltlljr will rttnrn; patn and misery will erase, sod henceforth jou will rrjolcs In lha prats of Electric Hitters. Sold tl W renta a liollla ly Pen ny McAlliter. If yon Ntnr Oho Up. art suffering with AT AND BELOW ft "We COST ! LAMCASTFIl AUTI.KT..KXK1TX. HUllOUON DKNTImT, KY. LANCASTF.lt, Offie over CUItent National link OlBe hourt from 8 to 12 A. h. tnd from I to A r. tt 11. P. WALTER. mer Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 was 7, iu, 1Z, 14, 17.5U 1, will sell you anything in mI Sum- eVTTOIllVljJY SAM M. HUHDKTT, l.ANCABTKK, At X..A.W, counties 131-l- KY. Will practice In (ItrrarJ anl a,lJolnln tnd Court of Appeatt. ATTOItNEV At LANCASTER. KY. II. O. KAUFFMAN, IA.-V- , Master Commissioner Oarranl Circuit Court. Will practice In til 111 Courts of (iarrard tnd adjoining counties tnd In the Court of Apprla. Notice of 1.50, 2, 2.75 was $1, 1.50 2, Slippers, 50c, 1.25 75, 1, Incorporation I was l.OO, 1.25, 1.50, 2 Shoes,now 75c, Notice Is hereby jlren that tho underilnned, John K West, J. V. Cook, K. K. Torallnsoo.John II. Woodcock, Wni. II. KlnnilrS.J e. Candlfcr, II C Herring and II. M. ilunletl, litis this lay Incorporated tbeuiaelveo, under Chapter M of the etyle of General Statutes, under lb corporal OnllcR." I heir principal "The (Iarrard plaeeofbutlneaala Lancaster. Ky , and In nature of Ih butlncsa la the etUkliehuienl and nunle-nanceo- ft College for the education of firuslcw. To amount of capital stock la one hundred tboui. to Increase and dollars (1 100, UO0) with prlilleir the amount, to ba paid In upon such terms a ,d In auch Installments at the llotrd or Trustees may prescribe, tiler so daya' nolle and atirr H.000 tbtll have been aubwrllied Tht corporation thla day (Juna 20, ISM) and anal! conllnu Uyetra. The atltlrt or the corporation are to be conducteil by nine Trustees, to be elected annually by the thareholdera on the 2d Wednesday In June each year trier Ih year IS VI, the Inrurpora. y In ton to I Trutteot until tht 2d Wcdn-Ia- el-June. lMt. Th Hoard of Truitees shsll cl Treaturrr and t Pretldenl.a Secretary toy alime tubjett Tblt corporation tbtll not at lttetl to trreatcr Indebtedness than tun turn ol 15,000, and the private property of the atoikhold-er- a tnd Incorporator la to Im and It cierapted front corporate debla. Tlilaiuthday of June, iSSJ. JOHN II WOODCOCK, JOHN K. WIST, J. V COOK. K.H.TOMLINSON, J I' 8ANDlFr.II, WM. II. KINNAIKU, ii. . in iiiir.li II. V IIEIIUINU, Children's Shoes and Slippers accordingly. BRUCE, WARREN t CO. -- THE- QUICKEST -- AND- Xiandretii's CHEAPEST WAY TO CLEAN CJaideii Garrard County metis WEEDY CORN In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of Is to procuri. - FURNITURE n A Kalamazoo or Albion Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator. cisr-maker- GEO.). car-loa- d s, CHEAP JFOlt CASH. 2yims7 One Man and One Horse. Willi tlio oiioliorso Cultivator, ciiii thoroughly clean tho weeds out of live acres oi'corn per (lay. Hard-waro- One Man and Two Horses, With tho Sulkoy Harrow anil Cultivator, can clean ten acres ol corn per ilay. Price of Price of one-hortwo-hors- se e Cultivator, Cultivator, - - $10 $40 one-ha- 7-- GEO.' D. WEAREN, It V 6c Williams,, Hustonville. Ky,, W, 1m. Withers, Lancaster, Ky., R. H.Wearcn, Richmond, Ky. STANFOltl). G-ree- n y i. joi:s, B .irru f W &tiHr-McchI- n nicriorlournnl 3C"VT. SO, Twelve $1 otind tire berry migar for Hright A Curran. C. ST A.3ST3TOK3D. Friday Morning, Omni mi ticket to the K. mIh at Molloberl A HlnggV. 1883 depot for -- July LAN. ' F.s press train" Wis hare the fargeat atoclf of fruit jar In town and can gl?e you Juw figure Ilrlght A Curran. LOCAL Hon TIME CARD. t 01 p. Mall train going North Yotm M. arrount I " Mouth lb J I (Mi r. m. Norli... t 31 01 a.m. A.M. I'leaae call and fettle aa. I need ready for you. al your earlieat the money. II. 0. now Hright. Indebted to me will confer a fa LOCAL NOTICES. Tor by calling and Milling their account. 1!uy l'AIMtnof 1'ennjr A McAIIsler. I need the money and Iruat thi little re- Nick stojlc of MrlliiUy oanl al Penny A queat will be heeded, II, 0, Hitpley. McAliater'. --fTo OCT up at 1&.10 A. m. and remain up Htaxjuhk restlv mtxeJ iialnt at Me ItoberiAHU.g'. till .1 wa more than Mr. T. J. Outhrie, Jos. Haas Hog Clioler Cure. I'ennj late aaalatant I)eol Agent, could aland, ao A McAIIsler sole agent. he quit and now Mr. It. W. Durham ha Watuiim, Clock ami Jewelry repnlrc the place. and warranted by l'crinjr A McAliater. Maj. F. I). UtONEr and Capt. S. M. (Iiven ui that McllolxrU A Hikk wake Hotla Walt r in tlie norM. Try It. Itaone the oke al Highland yeaterday and Mauiiint. Oil, which will neither Iienl will e.ik at Alatott' (lore to day at 1 r. nor riiiii, GO cent per Rallon. Also extra M. MIddlcburg Halurday at 1 r. l. and slralnetl linl oil al Mcltolwrla A HtKK'. McKlnney at I r. t. and at Liberty Mon1'ooKicr-nooTuesday week last or runaway acrident to J, H, day at 1 at tin lime Murphy, a lady'si morrocu pocket-booMoo.Ni.toiiT Hot' Mewr. J. II. Cook wild and Dee Taylor, of IIuatonTille, were containing, small gold neck-chaigold dollar bangle; alo some change, among which wan a nickel with th 6 cut down yeaterday baring printing done for oil. Any one returning thn aamn will he (lie Moonlight Hup of the "Wcat Knd liberally rewarded. I C. Murphy. Club" which will occur on the night of the ' aeoond day of the Fair, ami promiae to he PERSONAL. a grand auccee. and Mil T.J. Ikvtt.r.V, a home painter, Cait. Hoone wa to hare rpoken here family, lute located here. Lewis, of McKlnney, is Wednesday night hut after waiting in rain MimHkllk for an audience, be decided .that it would visiting MIm fallen Thurmond, Ida harangue to Judge Mim Ki.la Mooun, of Central Amer- not pay to deliver I.J lie, I'oatmaatcr Alford and the two MIm finals I.otll. ica, Is the gueiil of , asaem-bledMlmr.1 Jean and Mar lliichanin, ol f.illliful colored brother who had ao he ahook the dual of the city from Crab Orchard, hare been with friend here hi feet and departed, thia week. Ml mm Jennie and Mattlri McAliater, Fine 1'kaciim. Mr. A. W. Carpenter of Danville, are the guests of Mr a. Kobt. left with ua the fineat banket of achea Tiimk 11 Ijt McAliater. Miwm the I'. WooJ are Bhurlhorn sales In Itourbon and Fayette. C'Arr. Mat Lowe, of the L A N. U the cleverest of 'itn and the moat accommodating of conductor. It la a pleaauie to ride with him. -- Mu ami Mim K II. Ilr.Azi.r.y and childlen, Mr. James Dudderar and Mra. Tim Dudde rar Iff I yesterday to vlalt rela live in Missouri and Kan. I) ii. fircrj.r. Hailky has returned from Lebanon, wliilher he went aa consulting physician in lhecie of Mr. W. I. Mclvl-roy- . He pror.ouncra the disease tubercular conaumption. Mr MoKlroy hid grown ao much worse thia week tint hi son, ltrr. I, H. McKlroy waatnlrgraphed for at Itock-caalla wo hare erer aeen; that what ia left of it, for tho bay, fearing that they would rot while we were gone,ate the largin Colorado. est and rlpeat one ru fait aa they began to Miw. Helm: Waiinth and Mra. White how the leaat lgn of decay, which, acHead, of Islington, are visiting Mm. Dr. cording to their atory, wa quite Mpld. T. W. In a dlacuanion at Crab Orchard, WedMiu. H.C. TiiUEHEAliT and MIriet nesday, Capt. lloone and Maj. Higney got (lu Wilson and LlllieHhellon are attendinto aharp )eronali!lc by the CapU accua-In- g ing the High Ilridge Camp Meeting. the Major of Ignorance and Illiteracy. S A l.l.l r. Vanukvkeh has gene on Ml! metto friend at Owenaboro, accotnpa Thia put the latter gentleman on hi a al and we ate told he made the fur fly nled by MIm Cora Whlpp, of Liberty. of hi ruaailant and -- Hon. J.KOnai.r.v, It. II. Wood and from the turn-coa- t K. attending series of completely won the crowd to hi aupport. Mattig and IJeesIe, l'ogle, of Ibanon, hate pone to Colorado Hprlng, that i, rllt No Victory, At the request of the Deering agent I will date that the (rial that occurred on my farm between the Wood and Deering mower wa cloacly contested. I waa to purchase the machine decided to be the beat, but will atate that I would hare been .tified with either mow. er. J. II. McAliater. Deering Mower for sile by Allbrigbl A (Ireen. A iiartv trip nrer the delightful new Kentucky Cvntral through the heat portion of the country to Cincinnati, thence through Ohio and Indiana to LoiliaTllle and up the L A N sinco our laat revealed on erery hand the moat promising crop of corn Spring. tint we hare erer reen. The acreage too " LOCAL MATTERS. la large and (ho waTing field fairly langh Fnuir Jaraand Can at Hruce, Warren in proud appreciation of their own Iwauty and promiae. The wheat crop ia for the A Co'a. ClIOlOE tawed chcatnulahlngleaat W. II. moat part threshed or atacVed. The yield of that threaded we learn run from 15 to Hlggln.'. blue-gras- a Mll.l.xT OritMAN llrlghl A Curran. at bottom figurra. 30 biiahel. For Kent 170 acre of eras. T. W. iliggiti, Stanford. The train from tho mountain waa one hour and IS minute late yesterday. Wanted gentleman. KurnlahtM room, by n (ingle Call at Hright A Curran'. ' i, The HuilonTille Fair commence not Wednesday, Krery thing i in readlueaa ami a successful exhibition ia assured. The opening Hall at Crah Orchard Spring will occur to night, when a brilliant lime i assured. To allow bow iiieful the telephone ia ia and with what diepatcli bualnea oxer it, we mention one of many daily occurrence : W. It William, of Huatonrllle, wanted aome Information In regard to a millwright employed by McAliater A Kalleo nnd not knowing our-- e Ire, wo look the quickest way to find out and had Hright A Curran Juat acrou the street from in to telephone their upper atore from whence they hailed the Lincoln Mill, with which they are connected, and in lew than j(re minute Mr. McAliater wa In our office and Huatonrllle had the tie aired information. Irani-acte- - MnaiM. HILL and ISobUlt hare changed their appointment at Hright' School Houae from noon to night next Monday. The l'resbyleriatu hare purchaaed the Thomas Hall houae In the lii-- t Knd of town for a pusouage. They gave $1,600 for it. Thkek negrora wero killed and a number wounded by a premature blaat Wed newlay on Dr. Tablcr' contract on the K. U I. It. Vennoh predicted a froat on the '.20th In New York and point South ami itoanie near being fulfilled here. It wa really chilly Wednesday night. Mrssus. Joe 1'axton ami Doc Carpenter are representing several reliable Ore Iniurance Compantea, under the Drm name of l'axton A Carpenter. Some of Judge Lytic' colored oonstltu enta broke the lock off hi ben house door and dole nearly nil hi chicken. Thi la bail treatment from one republican to another. . An Intereatiug letter front Dan O'riulll-raIn the Courin Journal tell of the jolly time the guenta at the Cumberland Fall are baring. There are about 200 tiaitora in attendance. n a a certain young dude tarted with a lady to church, lie grabbed her arm after the manner ol the prevailing cuatom, when aim p.iralxd him with: "l'leaie let uio take your arm Inatead, Mr. . It i old atyle, I know, but much more decent." Huch a girl deaervt honorable mention by name but we are not at liberty to disclose it. Tlutahe iaeu-aihlone there ia no doubt ami It would he well for other to emulate her example. 'Touch mo not" ahould be the motto of every young lady ao far a it applies to masculine hand and those who adopt it will receive the greater reaped from the gentlemen. Girl cannot be loo artful In thi matter. There la a charm about tho paillcular girl that even tho dude la compelled to admire. The other night F. I). Alliihiuht nnd Hright Ferrell, boh orator of the rat water, will apeak 11 at Henedlct' ekhuobhouaa on the Saturday b night before the election, on the bitt ipueation. Tho dIscuion will be a learned one, no doubt. Hill-Ho- D. Wkauen ha tm re baaed a third luUreat In the Lincoln Mill and the firm name will bo changed to McAliater, Bailee A Co. They are going to run the mill to Hi full capacity and will buy MilQeoiiok all the aurplua wheat iu the county, TllK Cumberland Fall Hotel, kept by Owen, ii tho moat pleatiut place la the mountain to apend the auiutncr, either for the inralid or pleuuro aeuktr. IU mineral water are One, tho Cubing and hunting good, the boating nice and the Btage culalno Juat aplendld, meet the dally train ou the C.B. It, It. and lake you to the Fall for aupper. Mr. B. proinialng and ao worthy a a tho democratic party ha named for representative of Lincoln county in the pernon of JudgoT. 1 Hill, Jr, It I the duty rtud ahould be the pride of every democrat to aee that hi inaorily I rolled up to the hlgheat number. Judt;o Drown heat Judge Ly tie 515 toIoj in the lata county election and there I no reaon that Hill') ahould not greatly exceed that; on the contrary there are many reason why it ahould, Lyllerepresentel the republi a nun of (lauding bath can pirly and socially and financially. Hobbitt represent nothing, ia everything to every man u ort of political hermaphrodite, ready to aaume either or both chaincter to be elected to the Legislature. HI eltoliou, If audi a thing were possible, would rellect no honor on any body or any party, whereaa Judge Hill' advancement would not only be a compliment lo one of our moat de serving young men, but Ui a credit alike to our party ami tuour county. A young with courage to man of conviction, them, he ha ahown In (he present canvas hi ability to hold hi own iu argument and wo guarantee (hat hi record at Frankfort, next winter., will bj audi a every one, with a true Interest of our county and Blate atheait will approve. Let ua then thow thai Lincoln county not only appreciate merit but lu politic I democratic, to the core, having no patience with political bummer and bulard. With ho ran-didu- 1 ex-pr- e Ton Bale. A handsome residence. understand the good fellow, hi patoi waa so prnnouncd, but we walked together a Will aell rery cheap. W. Craig, Htanford. good way and parted friends. I ahatl not StiUYEii from Htanford nn county court soon forget t hi face nnd honest day, a pale yellow nhepheid. I'leaoe re- Line' eye and guileless: talk. port him lo roe. J. II. Milter. The Halurday night meeting was the best confession of the dear Name, Now wnnl Ilia tllllo f.llnw hnwl Tim yet with As I was going lo the Hall I met In the lirealdenl ha rrfuieil In arrenl Cnl.rlwnii' resignation and he ha executed bond for street a good looking fellow, a little the another term. J hi I the Mggeat compli worse for beer, with a nest full of young bird in hi hands. We ment thai excellent oflicer ha erer receiv found that he had been a soldier In India ed though the recipient of rery many. and when I told him that Marie was born New steel rail nre being laid from there and I had II red there 7 year In LaJunction lo Llrlngaton and the road bor, nothing would do but he mud ahake bed generally is being thoroughly repairhand with us both on the spot. We easied. When it i done we hoe the a peed ly ptirsuaded him and another of the train will lie Increased. It I a companion to come to the meeting with watte of precioii time to lalo 5 hour and us. "What will I do with my blrdar he '2't minute to run to lxuirille from here, aaked, "llrlng them along; they will not 10.1 mile, when four ia more than enough. be in the way at all," I replied. So they came with us. Rut they soon tired of the A TEACitrn'ii Institdik, Commissioner Philip Inform ua, will he held at the temperance harangues, and my soldier said In Htanford, beginning Aug. he must go and feed his bird and so they lal and continuing two or three day. All both slipped out of the net. The soldier wanted lo stop and tell the chairman why those In tho county holding teacher' whether teaching school or nut, he had to go, but he was hurried out with nre required by law to attend during the rather ungracious remarks from two at least, who wished lo listen to the address whole I colon, or forfeit their certificate. undisturbed both prominent temperance Wm Jauvij, who lire near McKlnney, folks. I mention this to point a sad morput a load of huckahot in n horse belong al. It would hare paid that meeting to ing to Wm. Moore, a few dayn ago. He have heard no other adJres that night but as!cn no reason Ihereforjiuthe waa proba- resolve itself Into a "committee of tho bly trying; hi markamanshlp. The penal- whole" lo save those men. But the ones a ty attached by law for thi kind of who needed saring were allowed to depart fine of not lea than $10 nor more and then the dear people went on dapping than $1,000 and imprisonment of not lea and applauding a popular speaker, who than one nor more than twelre month, wa descanting on the "horrors of intemHe has been arrested and will lie tried thia perance." I am gelling awfully sick of the morning. current temperance addresses and sickenA niiltNlKo (tump can be seen on the ing statistics and reiterated platitudes of larm of Alex. Martin, n mile from town. people who mean well, but are fearfully off It ha been burning for acren month, the track In attacking the raragtng monthrough rain and enow, Mr. Martin ray ster of our age. HaUingthe qutttion of tin it ha been burning for over a year and a on the drunkard is the popular style of half. The atump i about five fret high, temperance address as it is the current and an elm. A crual corei Ihelop of method of preaching the gospel. Hut I am the dump, which ha strong alkali laate. of nothing more sure than that both are ltaln seem lo increase the burning. Sev- wrong. A poor drunkard and a poor sineral of our citizens hare examined the ner want juat one thing no more lo be told what the dear LORD has done for to deliver Most It in reported that the friend of Hob- them to bo saved,and sare. know of them want the wsy but don't bitt are charging that Judge Hill ia afraid out of their terrible condition. meet him at lit apo!ntment. lo AccordI am so thankful that we hare been used ing to the fact in the case, the reverse of is Hastings not only to sare some, but to this seem to be true. The Judge made show the "better way" of service to many out hi list of appointments last county who are weary of fight court day and they wcro published in the dear, earned souls, Intesioii JotlliNAL the next day. Hob- ing "as one beating the air," but who now obedibitt wa invited to be prccnt and divide see the more excellent pathway of ence. time, but he failed in mod instance to do Sunday Morning, 11 o'c Met a room so; and further, hi Hat wa not made out full at a mis!on house on the beach; moat till this week, that we heard of. of them christians. The sinners wont come. There are earnest, loring workers Mr. John A. Ilibb, son of Hlown Ui Cul. It. F. Hibb, of this county, waa badly in Hastings, hut little "power from on injured bythe accidental diacharge of a high;" thousand to beasared, but they do blaat on Dr. Tabler'a work on the K.C. not come to Jesus, because eren the loring Tuesday. I In had put aome powder in the workers don't know Ills fulness themselves. Three little children took in the meaning hole lo blow tho water out and hoaupimsed of this morning' message, with the guile when the discharge, occurred that it waa less simplicity of childhood and received all burned, but when he went to reload it, the "free gift." "Of such is the kingdom explosion followed, which tore ofi" the an of Heaven." Marie presided at the organ little finger of both hit band, serioualy In Hastings and the dear burned hi face,and probably destroyed the for the first time We sight of an eye At last account he waa LOHD spoke through her solos. taught the people as we do every where we doing well and able to walk about. hare the chance, our "war song," "I left AN ineffectual attempt to break jail waa it all with Jesus, long ago," etc. This is made on Wednesday night by Wm. Dunne-gai- i, the secret of rlctory againat Satan the onaccuaed of the seduction and murder ly one with vhom we are at war. The of Nannie Hryant In llockcaat.'e; Jin brisk, new time we learned in New York IUInwater, charged with murder in Wayne soon becomes a great favorite erery where. and Lirkin Ilird, sent from Laurel for 3 r. M. Again addressed a room full of safe keeping for They made christians at the same place. The LORD a key of wood, which they covered with gave precious liberty in speaking and nearwhat look like the steel In a corset and ly all the congregation took up the line of succeeded in opening their cell doors and march across Jordan into the land of Red. gaining admission to the "walk." The It is wonderful how these dear people reouter door ha two locks, neither of which ceive, without a fight, truth that has hithis reached from the inside, so their only erto made its way only after fiercest oppohope lay in trying to gel out at Iho winsition, One more "little one" received Jedows, but further than lo remove a small sus for the first time. Praise the LORD! G amount of plaster, they could do nothing. l. l. Addressed CO or 70 children in This plaster and other evidences, which an upper room in the same building and they failed lo cover up, gave Mr. Newland we had a glorious time; every child in the the hint, and although tho three men were room confessed the Savior and with seemlocked up and looking ing Intelligence certainly with enthusibck in their very innocently, he madn them sunender asm that I have rarely witnessed. The hardly bethe key and show him how they had un- teachers looked ou locked the doors. He ha now got them in lieving that the harvest for which they clofe quarter and they will not be allow- bad tolled had come. 7 r. m. Spoke to about 100 or .160 peoed the liberties of the walk for sometime ple on the beach, mounting an old capstan to come. from a coil ol rope extemporised into a MARRIAGES. pulpit stair. The sea waa roarirg fifty Yesterday at Hall' Gap, Mr. Thoma yards away, at my hack, with the evening W. Napier and Mis Alice J. McClure tide coming in and a itifi was were nulled in marriage. blowing the word down my- - throat, but In Itichmnnd, Tuesday, Mr. I), A. the LORD wonderfully kept me through Chenaull, Jr., married Mia Bessie llron-do- it, although drenched with perspiration daughter of Secretary of from the children' meeting in a close State Il'onslon. room. Tho half hour's talk In the open Mim Kate House, daughter of Mr. air, in a loud voire, required to rise above Thomas Houae wa married al hi resi the roir of the ocean and the rattle of con dence lad night to Mr. Millard Holar by tinually passing vehicles, neither drained hid. Joseph Uallou. my vocal oigan nor made me the least bit Mr. Valentino 1'. Freeman, of Pulaa-k- i, hoarse. I nerer was more manifestly kept and Miss Mary K. Hanacll, of this mi Iho rerf "hollow of His hand" In my county, were married by the Iter. 8. 8. life. No confesious, but the mod respect Mcltnberls, at hi home here, thi week. ful and fixed attention from the motley crowd. BEYOND THE OCEAN'S WAVE S l. M. The fifth and last service was held In Market Hall, In George street 'VI I 13 quite a large room and crowded lo its ut1 Citorr I'lack, most capaity by an attentive audience. Hastings, .Sussex, June 10th, '8:t f There were 5 confessions, only, which waa Var inhriort a disappointment to u all, but we praised ICoiilluued (rum lost luue. I saw them packing fish for tho Lou the LORD for the 5 who came and went don market this morning. The Hillings-gat- home tired and happy; 114 in all; under Ush merchant have" agent at all the the clrcumstanct Hi i blessed harvest fishing towit and buy the "catch" aa fast as for Hasting. uue'e. Ice cracked up about aa fine a cut Monday Mouninq. We are ready to loaf sugar ia uaed between the layer In return to London, when we begin at Stratbarrelling. Overall, on top, uewapapera are ford tonight, If the LORD will. replaced nnd a stout cloth, held In place Are you all worn out with our Hasby the final hoop, tacked securely. Then ting letter and my feeble attempt to deaway to the first train and marketed with scribe the indescribable? Am I taxing the all dispatch, for Gsh ia a perishable com columns of the too heavily? modity, like fruit, nnd "brisk" I the word I with that I knew the exact atate of the nl every turn. The mackerel I the pret- case. Well, what I hare written, I hare tiest fish that awluia, when first taken from written, and It ia erer a labor of lore. We it native element, with it glortous hues dream of coming back to Hastings, as we of coloring lu full play. These soon grffw do in erery place. Hut It is not at all likedull in handling. ly weaball erer see it again. The world 1 doubt if Dickeus erer drew a single is so wide and cities so many and the caricature, though we esteem many of hit coming ao near and life ao short, that characters such, and Crulkihank has help- we dismiss the thought of return when we ed us to believe this by hi absurd Illustra soberly rellect. Yet the "dream Is loring- tion. lCven these latter are very fir from ly indulged, because it take off the edge the broad caricature we lake them lo be. of pain In partiog from face and places loveThi afternoon I met Haul 1'eggotly on a grown dear lo our hearts. Good-bye- , second journey over the Last Hill, ''sou' ly "Hasting on the Sea." You hold aome clothing, Yarmouth lin who are parts of our lives, forever. Krer wester' go, hands, feet and lace. I could hardly in Jesus, Geo. O. Barnes). 1 1 half-fledgItb-anon Court-llnuae amuse-imnlia1 spell-bounsou'-west- 102 SitACKi.Ewrt.r. LAwr. 1 Dalsttow, London, K. June 18th, '83 Hack again In dear old murky, smoky, dusty London once more. Compared with the dean tea we left at Hadlngs,what a dirty runnel Is the Thame we crossed at 2 r.M. lo the Charring Cross Station. And as we ran in I thought of the description of the city by one of her own pelted and spoiled sons of genius: "We only saw the dome of St, Paul's rising out of a dun mid, like a fool's cap upon a fool's head. And that I London." Sometime thai ia not an exaggeration, when the old cfly has her weed upon her In mourning for the dead summer. And, I don't quite understand It myself; wo were all glad to get back. None of us were In the lead tired of Hastings, where our visit was as pure enjoyment as one could wish. Hut we were glsd, very glad (o exchange eren the attractive watering-plac- e for the grimy centre ol the world. That mud be the magnetic power that strongly draws us to it. Where nearly five millions of the race are huddled to gether, must needs be an attraction like no other. Our dear friends, the Griffiths, who have leng since passed from host and hoatess to a nearer relationship, welcomed us hack and good alster G. had a stunning dinner for the returning travelers. We intended to stop at Battle Abbey, where Harold fell am with him his dynasty, but concluded to be satisfied with a look at it through the car window, aa we sped past, two mites distant. In rain we tried lo fix Ihe field glavi we had along, upon it. The motion of Ihe railway carriage was loo unsteady and the only effect of the binocular waa to make the old ruin look as if It had been struck by lightning, as well as fallen Into decny. Letters and papers from home, a heap of rustling delight as each one inreatigated a particular parcel and one called to anoth " of home news came lo er as some the surface. So we tired back and forth these delicious pellets of information, until the ammuntion was exhausted and then had a general talk about erery body in the dear We find ourselres advertised lo begin in night, instead of to Stratford night, according to a flaming poster headed with the startling word): THEY ABE COMING I and after our names in starring capitals.the warninz: "Ill-bit- CCME EARLY OR YOU MAY NOT GET A SEATl Advertising I carried to the same excess as "I'ltAIHH LOltn" e Semi-Week- much ingenuity and coloring matter expended in attracting attention. The railway stations get quite an income by letting panels in available places and for a consideration allow a certain number of Mlers to be (osted to the brick walls that line the cuts where the trscks crocs Ihe higher parts of the city. On lower ground they run, as do our elevated railways, on a level with let, 2d or 3d stories,ss the case may be. There is much vigorous competition among all branches of trade, as with us. One example will serve for all. I notice daily as I travel up and down the North London Railway an amaz ing yellow placard with "Colman's mustard. The largest manufacturers in the world." A little further on, wherever the audacious Colman flaunts this yellow fact, appears an exact counterpart in color and size, as follows: "Keen's mustard. The oldest manufacturer In London." And a little further on, wherever either of the above appears, is posted another of still more prodigious size and yellowness, to this effect: "Champion's mustard is not Idulterated;" leaving the public to infer anything they like as to other manufacturers. What could Champion do, in fact, siuce he waa neither the "largest" nor the "oldest," but declare that he waa honest, at least? I hope he tells the truth, I am sure Jf not, he has told a rery yellow fib. Thi wondrous London Ua that sell for 75 a ound after costing $1.25 in India or China, is Ihe most unremittingly advertised article, after tho theatres, that one see. "Rich, syrupy, fall flavored, genuine, this season's growth," are a few of the explanatory adjective used In pursuading the credulous nubile And Ihe quantity drunk is astonishing. Think of 700 quarts for 810 people, as mentioned iu a recent account of the Reading "lea." Six cups apiece is the average and a ladr told Marie that ahe had oured out 15 cups for a single thirsty subject at one gathering, I used to think Mr. Weller's description of Ihe doing at "Brick Lane Branch of the Grand Junction Ebemzer Temperance Association," was an exaggeration, when he said, "Siiuival, this lady next me has drunk 13 breakfatt cups and a half aud she Is swellln' wisibly before my wery eyea." Hut it is au exactitude, aa aie all Dickens' picture of real life, that I have had the opportunity of testing. These things are incredible to us, as some of our ways are to them. Think of "10 pint of a day, being described by one as "moderate drinking" among farm laborer. I well remember 22 years ago when In Gloucestershire, the farm hands striking in the midst of harvest, because 17 pints were refused by my friend, 10 being already allowed; but the men were discontented because the extra pint was given on Ihe next faim and they claimed It too, as one of the harvest rights. If this continues unabated there will have lo be a "green ribbon movement," or some other colored agitation of the subject, sooner or later. Speaking of the blue ribbon, it cost more to wear it than I dreamed of, but I have never once thought aeriously of relinquishing It. It Is not pleasant to have ople constantly look at your ribbon and then scowl at you, a they do every day. Hut it stir conscience ou every bund, I am sure, and anger I better than stagoa tion. An old gent In the csr a we came up from Hastings saw our ribbon as we came In and belug stirred up by the sight, begau talking to the female in hi party about ribbons In general, in a half undertone, "I dou't like 'em," he said, ' ther'ie wearing all sorts now; some are puttln' on white ribbons; purity, It meant; yes, purity, belter than your neighbors; ugh I" with an emphatic grunt of dislike. The old fellow took his pint of ale at the next station, to show his dlsspprovsl of the temperance movement, aud having rented bis spleen and proved his indifference, turned out a in our country and strong-liquor-inhome-brewe- really nice old man, with a very tender, gentle heart under the crust, as wediscor. ered on acquaintance, Ihe way being pared by the friendly offer of some cherries we had brought with in. lie took a few and being thus mollified, got on lo other subject and was a rery amiable old fellow to the end of Ihe journey. Hut It can not be denied that the blue ribbon has on very many all the effects of a red rsg shaken In Ihe face of a bull. Down go Ihe horni at once, We hare hail long conferences a lo whether we can aflord lo raise this anger at first sight, when we want lo propitiate as much as possible In order to get a chance for our gospel to be heard. And the conclusion ia atwaya that we csn afford it, since Iho issue i raised on erery hsnd and the LORD'S followtis can not afford to seem neutral, eren. I think we fully counted the cost before taking the step. June 20th. I am so happy lo add In closing this that the meeting at Stratford le Bow has opened with the most marked blessing. The meetings are held in a chapel on Carpenter street, which will hold packed and 700 seated comfortably. Tuesday night, piloted by a kind friend from Higligate, who Is at the bottom of the Strslford meeting, we reached the place easily from our Dalslon Junction. About 5 mile by train and one by tram or streetcar, we make the whole distance from Shkcklewell Lane In about of an hour. The chapel is in the heart of a densely populated district where poor folks most abound. On Tuesday night the room waa almost full lo begin with. From the first we felt as much at home as in Hoxton, with a house full of plain, sensible folks, willing to bear and learn. The LORD gare liberty and power in the Holy Ghost. The first night 21 confessed Ihe dear name of Jesus. Last night the houte was well filled again and 31 took the blessed step. A glorious beginning, PRAISE THE LORD. He is so good. The young brother in charge of the chapel is a pupil of Mr. Grattan Guinness', who has a sort of theological seminary for the training of missionaries, home and foreign. We hare full awing and are nat hampered in the least by red tape of any sort. Only the LORD to lead us and no programme of man. My l!ro. Overton wanted an "after meeting" the first night, but I asked him to let me go on as the LORD led me in this matter and he at once assented. This Is blessed liberty after the Temperance-Gospe- l affair at Hastings, with its multifarious method. I trust the LORD will give us full employment at Stratford until the 29, when we are off for Scotland, if the LORD will, at least Marie and I, for a fortnight or longer, at a meeting in Dalkeith, near Edinburgh. For the rest Stratford le Bow is one of the ancient suburbs of London and Mile- End Road leading Into it, one of the great est tboioughfares, running through ademe- !y populated manufacturing district and almost on a line with Oxford street in the West Knd. Right lo the centre of Bow is an old, very old church, dating as far back a the Norman Conquest. Much of the old outside remains intact, though handsomely fitted up in modern style within. In front of it there has recently been put up a spirited statue of the great Premier Gladstone. There is a How street In the city proper famous for its public station and the church of Mary Le Bow in Cheapside, where the famous "Bow Bells" still ring their musical chimes as in Wellington's day and before. These must not be confounded with the Bow where out Stratford ie Bow is located. This is the east of Lon don, further out than Daldon and south of our location. I feel the power of the precious faith of those who hare agreed to lake part in the English work. May many more unite with us. The Master calls for volunteers. Who will answer Hi appeal? Erer in Jesus, Geo. O. Barnes. three-quarter- s rrtorrMiovu, SIM M. SCaDKTT. 3 i. w. SSOWK. xx-w- A.'raon3VjavM a.'x' m-ly- TJUItDETT A llItOWN, KY. . r MT. VERNON, T, w. rsaaorr. Orllee In Owsley A Bon'a new building-- np A.'r'rtltNJ3VH A.T KY. STANFORD, waLtaca a, raaaoa. T. W. ft W.B VAHNON, . 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IUi S20a ui For tickets, rstes and Informatlou pertaining to lime, connections. So , oil on or adJirsa la pursuit of health or pleasure. OtO.lt. lUKINNEY, 1'awesgar Agcot, SUuki-d- , Ky. wslsrs are too The inedlilosl qualities ol lb wen snowa u me poopieui ivuir.i atcoiucty m C L. DROWN, U. W BL'NUER, . prow-rilenvd a dsecrlpllon of their Usu'l Fata. A Tkt, Ag L MupurluleuduL TharsUeof board will be rriuouabU. lor further W McKosssts, Local Ticket Agent , ode Information, apply to meat Inlne Ky at his Drug blur. IS7.ll S. Jf. 1'tC.WOCK, To all Mrsoua rJHtlHiHClury Special Ratea to Emigrauta. a j cotilil easily entclt tho IhxI and frntilo it lo tho hank but I lmd underestimated both tho deplh nuil tho force of tho stream. I won swept off my feet in a ICY. moment and hail lo rmim for it. July 20, 1883 along, tried lo push tho wagon-boFri4y MonilBg, swimming liehlnd it; but neither was this possible, tho force of tho stream was COXTBXTMKNT. too great. I noon found I was gelling ct oroson aurpowitr). oilmiiMod, and rlimlicd into tho wagon-beam coutefil In trlumpha tons Ellen was much frightened, but My snug If t people know I mini. I roasHttred her to somo extent, And many emlghty man, with throne by tolling her thero was no danger, And scepter, la not no And If h la, whjr then I cry, though far from fooling Bafo myself. Tbe mm li Jnnl the same a I. "Two principal dangers presented Tba Unguis gold, the Boltan'e show, themselves. Pint, that wo would sink ; Tba hero's Mix, who, leted secondly, that tho drift, which by this To And no more of tlia world Iwlow, Ttetsod hli eyre rnoonward ne at timo was coming down in considerable . t would not bare II; things llkelhat piantlllcs, would crush tho frail wagon-beit-- tklj iRlmflrlflKroal BTAJSTOiaP. -- "I il d. ooll rinlc, wlbllur left it or not " I looked nt Ellen, nnd In that supremo moment each read In Ilia other's eyes tho lovo as yet unspoken tin. With tho whisixred words, Darling, if I cannot snto you I will dio with in mj you,' I claiqied ". and was Just prepring to plunge I. .. tho river vhen her dear voice said: iKnt lining nun would Wo l'r X alio npoko she pointed at a large Cottonwood tree," which was drifting rap- "Wnitr "As d. Are only 111 for laughing at. Mf motto wllh this) Odd-ra- nk I pnronotench. Tbat which I hare, my measure Uj Wle men deft re not rnucb, Men wish and wh h and bare tbflr win, And with agsln-- aa hungry etilL And gold or bonor, though It r ngs, la but aa Irltt'e shun; Tbe fluctuating ronrae of tblnga Shows tbat aa It doth pun. Oft changing nuwj Into none, And siring honor a abort rim. To do right, to bo good and clear, la more than rank or gold ; Then are thon alwaya of good cheer. And KlfMoa baat untold ; Then art tbou with th) self at one, And, n man bating, f caret none, tho first scoro I thought thoro but litllo danger, as tho wagon was Tho second danger almost water-tigh- t sootucd moro serious. Thero was a stiff breczo blowing tip stream, which kept us bock, whilo largo logs, having less surfaco exposed and ruuniug deeper, drifted faster, aud kept ruuniug against us, and every now and then gavo a se- "On was I am ronlf In Irlumpb'e tone, My aong lot people know, And many a mighty nun, with throne And scepter, lauotao; And If he la, why lbu I cry, Tbe man le Jiift tba Mine I. 11L . u A ISISli IX KIOMATIA. i Tho steam engine, that has been the means of revolutionizing manufacturing and transportation, was spoken of with property. a good deal of disparagement by several I had been at Spencer but n fo w weeks, of tho members of tho British Associa when it becamo necessary to send to tion for tho Advancement of Science at Paris. Two wagons were sent Ernest tho lato meeting at Bath. Nearly every Black, n yonng man, driving one, my-soperson that spoke on tho supject gavo it tho other. I had been intiniuto with a bad name. It was stated that it wat him in Toxas, but hod lost eight of him t since his coming to tho Nation, some "You know I used to bo a good ban expensivo to build, cosily to run, to keep iu repair, dangerous tc years before. at thro win,' tho lasso, and my knack Wo started from Spencer early in tho had not entirely left mo. I thought J lifo and property, cumlersomo, producmorning, intending to mako our noon- slight bo nblo to throw tho ropo around tive of dirt and noise, aud not adapted to many purjioscs whero a motor it day halt at Kiomatia, twelvo miles on the como limb or log, and by that mean Tho road crosses tho rivor ob- draw tho boat to tho bank. Eliot, required. In tho opinion of somo, the way. liquely, so that it is 200 yards from whet o meanwhile, had been standing in ono steam engiuo had hod its day and played it was too wet to its part, and was now roady to bo put in it goes down into tho stream to whero it end of tho wogon-be- d They think emerges again, with high, steep banks mako sitting comfortable and, as I a inusenni of curiosities. could sco from her earnest face ano it is behind tho times, nnd that it should on each side. Midway of tho river, when it is low, folded hands, praying, I hoped for s givo place to something better. Theso scientific men of Great Britain well as herself. is a flat, sandy island. I proposed to " Giving my bat to her and asking hc object to tho steam cugino Wcauso it Black that wo would stop hero to lunch, as the water would bo convenient for our to contiuuo bailing, I matlo tho ropo into does not meet tho wants of tho present teams. n lasso. As soon as tho current carried fast ago ; becauso it spends too much "No," said ho. " I tried that oneo, us nenr enough to tho bank, I began forco for tho results it accomplishes, throwing. My first attempt was to and for tho additional reason that it is and will never do it again." Then, seeing my look of inquiry, ho throw it on a cot ton wood limb. In this fast consuming the coal that will bo They added: I was successful, and, as tho ropo tight- wanted for heating purposes. "Wait until wo get on tho other ened in my hands, I felt a wild thrill of want a hotter force, moro locomotion, bank, wbcro there is a good spring, exultation. I thought wo wcro saved , quicker travel, less expenses, and greater They want something that and, while our teams aro cutiug, I will but, just as wo began to near tho bonk security. loll you why I havo such a dread of that an cnorinoua log camo floating down the will propel canoes as well us shijis ; that stream, which wo lioth failed to see. Ik will run nowing inachiiios as well as island." ; that will draw pleasure So, whilo our mules weo lingering camo down with such force that, as I over their foddr, ho gavo mo tho fol- held on with tho grip of despair, tho carriages as well as railway cars. Thoy lowing story of his experience with Kio- brittle limb parted and dropped into the desire a motor that will not cousutno water. I was discouraged, but thought fuel, produco smoko or cnuso noiso ; matia: "Two years ago I first began driving I could easily throw tho ropo over an. that can bo managed by a child and liod Iwen in tho Nation other. But my expectations wcro in run, if desired, in a parlor. Thoy want for Spencer. for several years, and know tho country vain. I throw again and again, trying something that will do all tho steam pretty well, but was not awaro of tho sometimes tho end of a limb, sometimer engiuo does nnd many things beside. sudden changes iu this river. It was, I a sapling, sometimes n stump ; but tho In tho opinion of most of tho scienthink, my third trip to Paris. Kiomatia swiftness of tho stream, with tho forco tists of Great Britniu electricity is to had been low all summer, and no otie Lof tho wind, rendered all my effort in tako tho place of steam iu driving mathought of a rise. A young lady Miss effectual. Probably, too, tho peril wo chinery nnd moving cars, and is to bo generated by tho action of tides, winds FJlen Cotter had been to Spencer on a wcro in confused my brain. "Again wero wo whirled into tho and falling water. They 'predict that visit, and was desirous of returning will bo utilized to a greater homo. As her homo lay directly ou my middlo of tho stroam, aud I went t& road, I offered her a scat in my wagon, bailing. Tho last shock had been al- extent thau any persons in a provioue Wind Mhich she accepted. I was iu lova with most too much for tho frail craft, and ago ever belloved that it would. her then tho is my wife now aud of bailiug out with tho hat could nc will generate electricity for moving machinery, for lighting streets and warmcourse was glad of tho opjwrtuuity of a longer keep down tho water. Woman' wit camo to our aid. Ellen, taking oft ing dwellings in Ireland, Belgium, Denlone rido and talk with her. " Wo started out ou much such a day tho 6hort cloak she wo.tj, routrived tt mark and other countries whero thero as this, just cool enough to make the pin it into a shapo which would hold aro few streams that afford sun pleasant. When wo reached Kio- water. Between ui, wo managed to Tho movement of tides will produco tho matia, I btopped on that Wand to lunclu keep tho water from getting any deeper samo effects in most countries that havo I loosened tho traces of my team, throw in tho bod, though wo could not lower it an oxtensivo whilo tho fall of tho mules a bundle of fodder apieco, any; but it was uppareut wo could not water iu rivers and streams will generate and then helped Ellen out of tho wagon. keep afloat much longer. electricity in all mountain regions. "Wo sat thero cliatting and eating had hunted on this part of tho t'htcayo 'JVibune. for n and then began to got river beforo, uud know that thero wai 'SUE HVI'KltL.ITlVK 1II.OHKU. ready to start, It seemed to me that tho ono place whero tho lasso could probaisland was considerably larger whou bly bo tisod with advautigo. This was Shall n man bo his own trumpeter? is wo stopped. On looking mom closely, whero thero was an old clearing on tho a question which confronts ovtry manat I found that tho rivor was rising ruplJly. bank of tho stream, thickly studded tho outset of his career, flow tho world Still I was not alarmed, but a little un- with stumjm. Tho river hud eaten into has nuswored it wo need not say. Tho easy. But I loituotimo. I put Ellon tho bank, until somo of theso stood mythologists tell us that Miucnu throw into the wagon, hitched up tho traces quite at tho water's edge; though away tho iluto whou sho found that it and got ou my boddlo-mule- . at low water considerably abovo tho puffed up her checks; but men iu this ago uso a moro potent iustiumeut of "By tliis time, tho water began to stream. know wo must ik noarly level with putting iu blow lug their own trumpcU. como dowu in wavcti, aud beforo wo left With u them now. I thought that hero wv This instrument, it is universally agreed, tho inland it was word of encouragement to Ellen, I would bo swept war, tho bunk, and de- should bo of brass, not only in trade shouted to my team and plunged iu. I termined to mako my last trial thero. but in all tho professions. Tho man who urged ou uiy mules all I could, but tho Should it fail I would tako Ellen iu my can blow bis trumpet loudest and long. river Mas gettiug docper fast, aud it was anus, aud mako a dcojiorato oftort to est is most likely to reach tho pinuaclo of riches and respectability, If not of soon over tho forei heels. Mules do reach tho bank. not like to go fust through water, and, "Soon wo camo In sight of tho honor. Blow your own trumpet if you do not iu spite of my effort, mo inudo slow prog- clearing, and I proparod again to throw. ress. But wo ttcro dually very near But tho current liad changed felnco I wish to bo trampled undor foot in tho tho baLk, and I thought wo would mako hail boon thttio. aud tho tttrciun swept us rush of competitive strife and dio iu out of reach of thu bunk. My ropo was Sound your charge uiul rido it all right. "Just as my leaders wcro beginning long enough ; but heavy at uuy timo, its over somebody, or somebody will sound to go out of tho water, u scream from weight was doubled by ita being wet, his chargo and rido over you. Ellen Liu tied me. I looked tirouud aud and my utmost uflbrU could not Ihrow as All dlaesses resulting from ' hit to my terror that tho water hod it far enough. mental anxiety, degrees out of the standthrow timo and agaiu, nearly nervous dobilitv, lifted tho wagoit-bu- l ion of spirit and functional derangement of ards, and it was rapidly drifting down throning it over u slump sometimes, but cured by German Invigo-rato- r. alwuys fulling a little short. Wo fcoou nervous system, stream. For sale by Bee advertisement. to my tenia, ran by tho clearing, and but ouo chance "Giving a parting shout Pennv A McAlUttr. J vlumod into thu river thinkiW T I seemed left to us. Thu waiou-lto-lf iltfll-culm.-ars My licnltli ituking it necessary for me to give up my clorkflliijt, I obtained n to Sivnccr sltuntion oa vagou-drivc- r Academy. Thi, ono of tho two boarding-school- s of tho Choctaw nation, is situated in of tiio woods, nbout tnciity-ilmiles north of Red river, and fifty from tho railroad. To reach Paris, Tarns tho baso of supplies it is necessary to cross two rivers Red river and Kiomatia in the Territory. Theso rivers aro sometimes fordahlo, hut mora frequently rutut lo crossed by a ferry. They Iwtli bnt particularly Kiomatia aro subject to sudden rises probably caused by tho bursting of vatcr-spouThose rue?, 'aro frein the- mountains. quently attended with iwj of lifo and tin-licav U ven) shock. "I seized a polo which was floating by, nml managed to keep off soino of also tried to them, though not nil. steer our novel craft toward ti)o bank, but it was as unmanageable as a ferryboat Tho current, for tho most part, kept us in tho middlo of tho stream, though every now and then wo would run closo to tho bank, just out of reach of tho branches which hung down so temptingly. " I knew thero was a ferry about thirty miles below us, whero mo would bo stopped if wo could keep afloat until wo Tlirro wcro also houses reached along tho bank, but too far off for my voieo to havo rcoched them, oven could tho inmates havo helped us. was but a poor swimmer; Ellen could not swim at all, or I would havo been tempted to leavo tho wagon-beand mako an attempt to reach tho bank. Naturally, too, wo wished lo stay in tho wagon as long as passible. It seemed a barrier, though a frail one, between us and tho seething waters. began to find tho water was coming in much faster than before. Tho blown of Uie drift had opened tho seams, and it soon becamo necessary to bail it out To do this, I had notliing but my hat, and it kept mo busy, as I was often obliged to stop and ward off some largo log which threatened to swamp us. "Whilo thus engaged, my eyes fell npon something which gave mo a gleam of hoio. This was tho ropo which I always carried in tho wagon in coso of I it "I "I idly down stream at an nnglowitli the current, and nearly on us. " This only seemed to mo n reason for greater hasto, particularly as our sinking craft had boon canght In an oddy of tlio stream nnd was almost stationa v, Again I started to plungo in, and i sho restrained mo. Sho told mo afterward sho had an instlnclivo belief thai tho log would savo us. "So, indeed, it proved. It drifted nearer tho bank, utitU ono end ran against it, end on this, as a pivot, it swung wound, inclosing us between it and tho bank. "Tho tree camo with such rapidity that I feared wo would Ins crushed. Hut, beforo it reached us, tho long branches began to drag ou tho bottom, and it camo moro slowly. Soon it struck tho wagon-lnxand lioro us slowly, but steadily, toward tho bank. In a few momenU moro it grounded, aud I leaped out with Ellen and mado my way up tho bank. "Not a second too soon. Scarcely wcro wo out on dry land when tho treo becamo dislodged and drifted down tho liver, currying our boat with it This nent barely fifty yards Wforo it sank, just as wo turned at tho top of tho bank to get n last glimpse of it " Wo mado our way to a house a few miles distant, whero wo obtained dry lothing. I hired a horso and went itter my team. Tho mules wero well trained and had kept the road, until lissing n house, whero tho owner know hem, they hail leen stopped. Tho ieo-nl- o wcro just organizing a search for mo a boa I rodo up. " Since then, wheuovcr I havo to cross leop water, I havo always tied down tbo Atigon-bod- ; and I never stopped ou tho ixlaud in Kiomatia atraiu." ag-.-ul, XII K FUXVIIU MOTUIl-VOWK- lt. I wind-pow- water-powe- r. t, "I WhMovrr of original instinct rcninhi with domestic animals is getiemlly shown in full forco in tho roso of their young, nml, no strong is tho maternal anoction, that instances havo occurred of their voluntarily adopting others than their own. 1 havo known n cat to adopt a squirrel among her kiltens. A ro mnrkabln story is (old of n tertier which took rhorgo of n brood of young ducks, having lost her own young. Sho was greatly nlarmcd, however, when they went into tho ualcr, nnd when they camo to laud nho took them up, ono by one, and rnrtird them to her kennel. Singularly enough, tho noxt year sho adopted two cock chickens; but when they legan to crow sho was as much alarmed n sho hud lccn by tho way ward'.'uss of tho ducklings, nnd nlwayn suppressed, by somo maimer of discipline, every such attempt I If wo cousldir tho injury wo should miffcr if tho vol min on which tho cut preys wero allow til to increase without that check, In r domestication will appear of no slight iuiN)rtnnco. Tho estimation in which Whittiugtou's famous cat wns held by tho foreign King U quito credible. Tho service which this sly, prowling character renders is an interesting illustration of tho inherent virtue, iu tho great plan of nature, of elements which appear from somo points of view uumitigatetlly evil. Tho taming of Bolitory sociracns of different species is not uncommon. Though tho taming itself is easy, tho lack of hereditary familiarity and subjection gives tho creature's manners much eccentricity; nnd his moral ns a memler of civilised society is rnthcr exceptionable. Ho is continually relapsing into tho old paganism and his instincts break out iu a very amusing manner. Tho beaver is easily mado a household pet; but ho will set himself at work, with many a wise look, iu tho proper season, at building a dam perhaps across a corner of tho parlor, with toys, books, uawspaponi, aud whatever clso ho can lay paws upon. Tho crow Lo cry proficient under training; but his hereditary propensities do not forsake 1dm, and ho becomes nu adroit "snapper up of unconsidered trilles." A tamo woodchuck I know of was wont to bury himself on tho hearth, leaving only the tip of his noso visible out of tho ashes. Wo havo been told of an old negro who had built his houso in a wild and mountainous place nt a distance from other dwellings. IK) was n singular, lonely man ; but ho enticed numerous wild creatures out of tho woods for comHares, gray squirrels, flypanionship. ing squirrels, birds of various kinds, foxes, raccoons, etc, wero his household pets. But such of his rudo neighbors as occasionally ennio to 'his houso began lo shrug their shoulders nt tho appear-f.uc- o rutilesiiako of a formidable-lookin- g in tho midst of his happy family. Tho old man had been overheard talking familiarly to it, and seen sometimes by (hem with cold chills creeping dowu their backs tending it in his lap, and strokiug it as ho did his tamo rabbits Without doubt thcru was bouio diabolic krt about all this, and homo unceasing But intercourse with a familiar spirit o thu straugo fellow did uot seem to on any such state of affairs; for ho j ad extracted tho poisonous fangs. Tho rattlesnake was, of course, harmless while thoy wero out Thoy would soon grow again, however; but he took thu simple precaution of pulling them igain as soon as they appeared. But, with his neighbors, tho success of the experiment was siiillcicnt proof of the uxereiso of unlawful potvers; uud they watched au opiorluuity, and secretly killed tho siugular iet Who can tell but that this superstitious act was a bcrious loss? This negro genius had, porhaps, taken tho first step toward domesticating tho bpecies; and wo do uot know what hiddou use may havo laiu dormant iu Itn vilo imtiiio. Perhaps a breed might havo beeu al length established without fangs, and with au Prejudices equally disposition. stubborn ou our part might havo given way, until we should have como to seriously study their capabilities for important service of some kind. As a slight aud incidental uso, they might havo served as fine playthings to drop iuto litllo stockings hung in tha chimnoy Christmas ovol A bantam bleed only n few inches long, but with rattles of extraordinary tone, would be suitable for infants in tho cradle. Bnt, unfortunately, it is iiniHUHiblo to allay tho puerilo prejudices of society oven for tho trial of - itariiuout for its own good con-duct 1 1 pro-tumaffeo-tiona- to 1 DOMHSTIC AXMA t.S. Hnmr Vtiilmt llnnrhlit cntmcH MCTilOIHdT, nl(h! tirrl tha Thurailaf nltht. I ll: STRENGTH vigorously push a business, strength to study a profession, strcngtli to rcgublo a household, to strength lo do a day's labor without plivsictl pain. All this represents what Is wanted, In tho often heard expression, "OliI I wish I had tho strength I" If you arc broken down, have not energy, or feel as If lifo was hardly worth living) you can bo relieved and restored to robust health and strength by taking BROWN'S IRON OUTERS, which Is a true Ionic a medicine universally recommended for all wasting- - diseases. IhsClnclonall KY.- C Morrlron, atfrr Huiulaf morning anil rVinthern II. It loralid In Ilia h allhy an.l beau- Vrarar Mfftlnj ftrry tiful "llluf llrsis" region of Kentucky. Mill aeahi nl . Bmi.lay Mchool at (.OU A. plan oiensrf pirmneT am, ifas. insiruciion in an liraniliraaf a ItllrtteeiluralhMi. hierlrneel liar. II. C. Morrlann. Huprrlnlfn.lcnt. detrpee ol II. H . A. II. and A, M. conTJAITIMT. lUv. I. M. llaoca, Itotor. r?ritaa ferred. Tlu Useful rouree for ILoae who ran spend ononCrmrxl an.l Fourth rlunilaja, niornlnr. and ly one or Iwn yesra In Oollrge. Terms law for ad nl(tt. Prayer Mratln ftfry Wrlnralay alUr-noon"ere.l For ralsloeua oe parllculsrs, Bandar School al 1 10 at. It. K, Harrow .llreia e srly lo rea. It. M. DUDI.F.V, OuperlnlaTKlant Waralilp hy I ha tontmtflton ("iTlUSTIAN. day I'rrarhlna hr Ir. J. W. . AMRUIOAN- onrVcnnl ami Futirlli dart Btimlay School al IS. J4, McTrranre.supcrlnlarrlfnt. K. i Kt7 1jlll3M.iTr.RI AN, HOIlTII- .- at 10.I. John W. Hunlay School luiul, rluiwrlntdiilf nt. Uhlan I'rayar Meeting on SOUTH -I- ninmoKt. tsv. II. GEORGETOWN COLLEGE, n Jj i, l. !., lt Dlutual Aid Society or JCimtuolcy. WMneMar tilt hta. OPERAS HOUSE!, HTANFOni). W.V. KY.- - P. .WALTON, - Troprlotor. U.ll anllrllallon I hare trrrpled lha arenry fat I.lnr.iln andtlairanlmuntles of this moat praise-wAriami trfrrllr reliable Inslllulloii. the nblKtnflhaA M. A. Nurlrly Wing "lo profldsd financial aid lolhe wldowa, orphina, helra.lega-Ireaaninhere." .Noons assigns of Itadreeased ahould brsllale lo secure iiiriiiWishlp. 11 will stTorl me pleasure In glte full Information to Ihoas dealtlng II and circulars shoeing Ike object ol the Ac. Bocl.ly, nsroeaof ,. V'.t t fi a.. ft a. Hlanford, Ky II) t BlieofSlsire.OlM. lllfhtroiniilelaaela of rVrn-fr- y rVatlnit rapacity, Inrludlne mllery. roo. Ileaaonable riles lo (ood allractlona. Addreea aa alwra. R Stanford Femalo College. yit N. Frtmenl Sl, lUlilmora Dining the war I was Injured in llicUomicli by a piece HTANIOIll). KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, This Institution wilt open lis Thirteenth Hraslon onlhoSJ Monday In rVpteuher neat. ALLTHKrlllANCIlFJlOK A fromilcvcrtince. About four yeanaco it brought on iiiowln, ami the best doctors of a thcll, and haie lullernl lept nic in bed a M. Flilrrr-CI.AI- LOIN ft L ! parAlr-tl,Mliic- h m in llie city said I could not I sulfcred fearfully from huligntion, and foroiertno lic. tiinewatimablcloreumocn liquid nouilihnicnt. I turd llrow n's Iron ltiiteraaml now aftertakingtwobattlci I am able to get up and go around and am raWly iniproimg. G. DlXKER. ) rati could not eat solid food and for a hrcc portion of tl.c TH0R0UGHENGUSHC0UROE Ara Unght, IitNiiriinec Conipany 85,212,737 81 American Atieti, Lottei paid in 31 years MUOIC, THE I.AN0UA0E8, UliAW. in u, o. exceea tJi,uuu,uuu,uu INO AND I'AINTINO. Itotinrolilr. 1'aja TERMS MODERATE. Solid, rroniil nml ii.t j uisrouni. iusif!i niinntii uu u wall aa In Tuition, pclcca ranee from 13 la M In lb retular ltaparturrila. Irlmary,tM; lolermfllala Dooi tho no; lrrparatoiy, W, and Oollelile, M. Leading American IVIIclea wrllltn by Butincu. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Is a complete and sure remedy for Indigcslion, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Weakness and all diseases requiring a true, reliable, tonic. It enriches the blood, gives new life lo Ihe muscles and tone to the nerve:. HUN. For full particulars, aa to Hoard, Ac. addreae H. V. THIIKIII'.AKT. i'rlurliml, Alaafurd, Llnrola Co., Ky. JOHN BIX tlTIIF.ll III- PHILIPS, Agent. HALL'S - (IIMPANIFJ at Ihe same agency. Kalis rrssooakls "INCOiVOiY IMUTJE.,f Railway. Cmmi.Cs 13 HECOIIIMXirDED BY Louisville, New Albany & Chicago TIIK (MsM'UNK ItUNNINII OUIUIN - Chronto m Naanl Cnelty! Ci'.arrh of thCatarrh of tho Car, Cyo nno Pullitiait or Ulccrallenl Palace Cars! Throat, itta taken INTCRNALLV, nnd net OIRCOTUV upon tho BlooU and AND BOLID THAINS It Tbla It to natiry tho puillcthat Elfrtkioi will Mucous Surfaces of tha Sratmn. In 1 .7(iH if hflJon the In IlluiMf ncit ltho beat Dlocxl Purifier thattho Is WORLD, nnd Is worth ALL lo Walnut Flat, kr Juillra of lha aifullovi LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO! charged for It, for THAT nlono. far ami In rilYCtClAKn Election Notice tt icm aaiua IMttrlct l'racalo fill Taranry, Kla-trl-ct Iu Turr.raIIU Constable lo fill a lor Uonilabla to fill a Taraarjr U."ilI3 j. x. .it kskviu:, i- - c. ONLY IHIERKAL tfl-iK- CURS FOIV CATARSB f r TbouMmiiorgravrt tor wo offer Ono annually roliUnl (tliir And Caao of Catirrh It will not fiurw. vtctliui. lire roItDgcJ, (JrifiiriiMIr, CranrurtUrlllr, IjifAjetln WILL CL'IIK AM OAHIU happlncManJ hrallb rv nuil Chimp) nltlioul rliangr. OClcei cf X T HrawjRT Oa."l ttorrU bf um of .he crrat intci.jo. Ill . June I, laru. ( TIMK TA1II.R Turn!", II. I'o.. limn, I' Ctentpit pleasure) In Infonnlo-- r yoa I Ool'rnii uanlUVn Dally. I iMlIr. HTAIID.Sn. Which iottlItcly and ptrmaDtntly rum I liavo Halls t'atarili IVrn. II liaa tl.at fcauanl by rxrrwra ol aoy a Hod.) .srixf-I- I rurol me I waa Tery loJ - sod don"t l.rWtale to I.eei. lartil.slHei.. an. all Jla-that follow a ny.htltrUlrure?anycaoof Uatarrulf lalen (if Air. II rerwsu HUH 1 01 pm at loas of iurr(r, haaol 4uirl7. Yours trulr, aoiueocoof rir-Abu1 M SUJ IM iu " tanilda,llle... memory, uolrrraal laaflluJr, pain In Ilia back. J. 11 WcaTncRroao. 1 Ham I It put . " Chlrego ami uiany dliuncaaofTlilon, maatura okl AVOnTII lIO A IltlTTLIV 7 SO am a lu uu other dlsraata that lead lo coniuiuialou aoj a Ita" hn.1 R Mcaaar. Jackscn. IMk-li- , writes Curo curfd U aiTrnd for circular! with tail's Calarrh Cauurhj fur SJ yrara. Tbe mnatdlre.1 route, with only one thsneeof rroa by mall. Tba i.XVUitHCATiHl It worth IO.l)n, U.ttlei. 4nla In isronsla, Mlnnraola, losa, by all dio. C!inder all Dnicchds at ! rta rer lIW rare, to all Is aold at tax, or ill Iwira lor rue lurioer luiunusiioa. Jrugglm.or will Ui ami frr by mall, securely 5!inufrtunll arxl n.y T J CIH2TCY 4 CO. Itriraaa, eeMUIIKAY KKLLKIUU. 1 aj4rea aealeU, on receipt tf price, by i.Ureilnr Ky t o ltvirlotura, TOIXlJO, OHIO. ROBBED M.Kuirra Hundrocl Dollnra las lor evening irsin ony lloule1 end p through ! in lime si'leHranrhofl.A , W....... rrMl.bl.viiiik M ... t( . N fw It. Ik arrlre lu im . ,'an. 1... nvw .1.. .w is. Uulsillla hihwi rt,!.- - GERMAN INVIG0EAT0R! J Utatlt. !.. ... lllpla Mau lllr 113 Sole scent for tha United Stales. Adams alrrct, Toledo, Ohio. 191-- 1 r. t. ciiknky, Uulsillle. jr) For sale In tHaufcrd by IVnny A MeAllsler. FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY ST. ASAPH, NTANJFOItW, - - Afflicted, Attention I)lt. GANN'S REMEDIES FOIl THE MILLION. MANUFACTUIIKD 11V I PasBraswajrRaaasrarH yTaaararasarsaiaBBaBasW aP JjCouisyiLLrr anashviTTe rr'T W. K. OANN. al. D., THCCRCAT MONTICELLO. KY. Tho woild Is tiled wllh tha wonderful, Uautl-f- ul ami Intricate Intention, ol man, yet all ths combined talent and genius that th world has ar-- er knowu hss never produced anything that ran Through Trunk Line IY. llarlng had Ihla Hotel Itd'uriiisl.cd and I Intend to Itc'i'i' And leare uolhlnf lteiitlcMl From Lavement tocarret, COMFORT OF MY olfcred-- tcatliunulala. undone tint will add to tha For t'uiighs, (Vl.ls. Croup, lliouchllls, Consuiup-lio- n and all blfeaaea ol Ihe Thruet and Lungs, I" " Nlrlftly Milliner, GUESTS. roiunare wslh "Dr. tlsnu's KriurJIea" Mnllral akllland sclenca have,as yet, Isllnl to dlMvfer any thine riiiallo tbeiu, for tho euro of the die- Aa their eafoa for which Iher are recmmeudi-- l. eliluea and um are praised by thousands throughout tbe length and breadth ol the land, and aa rlandard Faiullr Mrdlcllwa, they ranoat be suUlanllalel by the alrong-e- el Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST ANO QUICKEST I ROM LUllStlLU TU Tilt Uhc Commercial Travelers Are SPEOIAIi INDUCEMENTS To patronize me, aa I havaeTery conrtDleuca.aucb MNICKHAM.'LKUUOMd, Ac , fur thtlrtiM. Jr. fsitiiuV (,'oiikIi Syrup. Mi or Cure. ROUTE Fur U'ernmiplalnt, Dyspepsia, Indlgesllon.Jsun-dk- e, Constipation, Hour hlouiatb and all lillloua Dlaeaaes, llhu Dr. Uiuiii'h beast SOUTH & WEST Jacksonsllla, Motile, aud New UtUana. In Falaca I'ars Without Change Baggage Transferred to and from the Depot free of charge. Ulte uie stall. W.N. FKANCIN. Representative Newspaper of the South THK WEUKLY For llheuinalisni, Neuralgia, Crtalns, lliklsrs and Hwcltlngs-aueaterual appllcatluu for man or PULLMAN CARS .".W. I. llll. Itock, MoLlgou.rj Allanla, baiaauah, 1SK Vh3 Uric Uric Dr. (aUllll'H I.lllllllfllt. IMl BEST ROUTE TO FLORFdA SHOnT LINE TO THE EAST Froai UuiIstIIIsIb 1'alaceCara wllLoutcbange Forl'lles, lleioorrholds, Hums, Flslula and all similar diaeasea, Dr. Ohiiii'h Dlnliiiciit. For Freah Cuts, Duma, Ulcers and Old Bona, Courier - Journal AN OUUAN OF Dr. Hhuis'm IJIIIf Olllllilt'lll. llldcrM tlHuDMaiiiiirHNInuuu'Ii CfnlunAll I O Una ol this road will rectlve apeclal low ralea. lire A E.ota of Ibis Inmpsny for tales, routs. Ac.,orwrlie C. K AIH0KI, G. P. t. T. A. Ill Loulatlllo, Kr. Seeking homes on lha Live Issues, Living Ideas :M O 33 .A. A Ilellabla Toule. Aptlaer and llliul PutlUcr, Indlgretlou, Liter and also cures Complalut, Malarial lerera and all periodical Dlwasea. Manufactund and foraals by lirla, Don't Be Led Astray ! li AM POECBS. Umar Or W- - MONOPOLIES, T1TE 0LIGARGHISM ! Bole proprietor, Moutlcelhi, Ky. OTA by in. II will receive ioui.t attiulloii. K. 3. D., II Ily tbe peeuliarly irordnl advertisements of rlrsl routes, wbiih are liable lo deceive the public. Tha "holiest aud quickest lloule from Cincinorders M-l- l nati Wrat la tho OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R. W. 10 lialf-hou- r, Waiiu"FuJo rou 11K.NS. 'i'lio vaiuu u a warm meal for hens cannot lie overTho cost need bo litllo or nothing. Vegetublu parings and kitchen refuse of all kinds, !xiled soft and thickened with bran, is all that is necessary. Do uot givo more at a time than they will eat clean. Try it, and seo if you do not get more eggs. estimated. SPIRIT OP 8UIJ3IDY AscuiUklled ln That Thieving Tariff THK Kentucky's Itouto East Cincinnati Cars, Hours to St. Louis ! Houri ahead of all other lines. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. L WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- The only Hue runuing Dally Trains, wllh uo change of cars for any claaaolasseogera. Dally Trains lo taulirlllf, wllh Free Tailor Ilia no superior as a great laully and utitlcml uier In luanewiiHir world. Ita clrculatlou Is jr.i.vr 'tiMiis i,.titai:it PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS "I hub-dee- Pie. Slice very thin iuto PtB un eurlhcu dish. Allow a largo coffee-cupfto a largo teactipful of of white sugar and two teospooufiils of Hour. Stir together, let stand whilo making tho crust pie-pla- Pant ul fiercely, " when you are goiug to pay mo whut you owe mo?" " I givo it up," replied tho debtor: "ask mo something "I want to kuow," said an editor, Than any iwlltlral ne wiiar In ths tfoulli, and li icellfdliV but few lu lha Dulled blllra. Il loll- talus each wrtk tba woal iouilets suuiuisry of raou tnauawaoi ina wonu. auu ua euiioriai coiuuius l) ars always I.OIllHlillO, CillL'lllllHtlllllll I.rX-lllKlU- II, (Henry Watleraou, able, strong aud blljhl, Among the Ky., KSI'LCIAI, FKATU11F,1 AiaTelecraihlcHiieclalarruuialltbleadloxioluts TU Kurope. rkrlal aud tfhort lu ths Uultad Htalea snd Blorln, Taluiaifo'a Heruious ttmdsy slier dullrery la llruiklynTabaruacle, Market lteiurla, lash-lo- u An.wer lo Ijtllers, Turf sad block Corrraiuodrota' leaituiiit, INietry aud Depart-ueo- t Connecting lo same depot with fast Iralua ior lu the Cuuntry lor Children. No lloui ahould be without It. a soliiTtrain WASHINGTON CITY. Dslly Trains lo Kisnsrllle, 4 hours In ad- rauce or all other routes, with oue leas change of tara. Dally Trains lu Cairo, 7 hours quIrWr than aay other Una, aud nu change of care. Dally Trains to New Orleaua. No change of cara from Ctucluuall, 12 Hours iJU2i!iB ,b, Twu"vUr Qbh,l lu",tat0 ll.rn, Tiwsoniiia rais.sud leaaihaugaofctra than by utber Hues, The II. .( St. is thaonle Una wllh .1 ll.ll. Tralusfioiu tlutlunatl Iu8t. laiula, luaklug direct tonuetlloiis iu tba Uuiou Depot (at hi. I.ool.lwllu wuuhjuii ibiiuu luuway, oi. M,uia, irou aiouu. lalu Ahoulbtni lUllwaj, I'hliagu A Allou lull, road, L'ulugo, HurlluKiuu A ilulucy liallroad: Keokuk A Kl boula Kallroad) WaUsh. 81. UulsA 1'avlllo Itallroad, Ulvuurl. Kauaaa ATeiu llall say; ol boula A tlau Krsncleie llalle.y. tfanieafi nitu self-tbui- "I d Dally, 112 a year, nuoday.fi a years Weekly, alcalrtourouaii.ar.fi St rUsroulra. use year. The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Danti.Ul. Alter ailubul lire baa Utu aeut us the COHV." ville, Norfolk, Impresi Thii Upon Your Memory. club ralur can, thtoui(bout Ihe year, add aluwls iiANQUAOK is not nu lusiruuioui into aubacrlnlluu si our lowest club rale fl. Ill for AMD T he II. Ai .11. la tha only lino by which you yearly aubxilpllous. Yearly subscriptions only which if a fool breathe it will make meltau be receiredat this rale. Our terms lor low All Virginia and Nortli Carolina tail git through cars Iroui Cincinnati tobl, Louis lllioul pujlng iitra tare lu vddlllou to luousr tbau a yeur are f for tight uoullis; 71 ceuta ody, Ooltlwlii Smith. Points. paid (or lUkel. for six uouthi; SO tents for three months. 1'oriUk.ls, A aauipte copy of Weekly li aeut inloiunllou.call ou For tickets aiid lurlber lufuriaatlou. apply to TUktt A etuis raUs.ur anr Huts. of connecting free of charge lor esauilaatloo ou applkalluu. your Uoa.ial llik.t ulHie, or addrtaa T:ik art of praising caused tho art of Liberal cash coiuiulsaluu allowed cauraaaeis, aud -I- NWalnut at, U l',tui ouiuiseut tucui ireooi cuarxe. Auurrss epeakiug. '. I'.rlNNr. JAJIIt Weateru Ageot, ninrInnaiivv,.,Uuu,,u of Mill slreei."""'i (or Ueiwl foot ,lt tv. n iiamii:man. lienl. rnsldeulCuurler-JuuruCo., Loulsrllle, Ky. One of our best clllxeni would say lo Die a IU W. Mulll M UulsiiUe, Ky W. W VBAIWIiy, W. U. HIUTTUC. (Jeu'l I'aaaoogsr Alt Uiul Manager. public tint he ha tried H1P. CaUrrliCure II. W. flll.I.KK, Uucinuall. Deuiooratio aud for a Tariff for Revenue V. W.NMIT1I. Ag1!. lieu'l 1'aas'r Usu'l aliuuar, snd it is all lint I. claimed for It. Price J. l. HILL, 1'awugtr Agent, Lebanon, Ky lUchuosil, Vlrglula, ODlJ. 76c per bottle, at Pennr & McAMsterV 1 CVurrr-JvurNat :- NVIISVItll'TlOX TVHHHl -