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" jletnt X.-NUMBER Heelli ncry nunnay aim carry llowera to locn it, and tho dear child sita In my lap and puts her blenaod littlo arms alsmt my neck and whispers: "Autitlo, talk aliout my lunmma iu lieavin," and I tell how patient nnd goiillo aho was, and rAlo pi"r. Vfoa Ui aB 'ntefio 27, 1883. nuniNO. tiM, tin tnilttrsat lh Imtftiai NEW Ooatlvnneaa. Slrk lleailnehe, For DifM-pilA- VOLUME Stmi-Mtcltlfi 510. (am, looking up nt tin m ; ' tlioy aoeni o near the cool, fur o IT hoiiven I I lovo to climb to tho top uinl ilriuk In tho tweel, froMi air ; it doca mn giKtd hero tiaro." Hho laid her Iminl on her heart, and stood looking off with a atrango on her foci1, and I thought mayho aho wax hoinmirk, and I told her to go in and cut aonio car;ct ragi, nni' low 'cm together, and, would you bolioro It, alio up and refused. "No," ahe aald, ,"I cannot cut an;f carpot raga. I'hato them I" ' ll i nf iiui "A lino (ompcr you havo I" wm alt1. (ho ruiawer I mado hrr, but I linvor felt to inaultcd in all my Ufa, For a weok or two I didn't sco much it her; sho wan either out with John "sketching," AHahocallod it, dabbling away at soma blta of pasteboard with a lead MMieil, or up in her room whero I nover went. Hho en mo down, singing away, with n lnrgo packago in her hand, and soon John catno up with tho ponies, and tlioy tiro to ofi to town togothcr, laughing liko two children- - I hoponono of tho iirighlwrn uotiocd them. Auy way tlioy noer saw hiui conduct himself In that way with mo. Whuu they cauio homo alio wu all tired out, and they hail a big roll of stuO thoy dumped down in tho entry,. " ft'a something for you, Joust," aho aniil, laughing hv.terical-liko- . "It's STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY Til It VAIIMItlVH Tka dilrim noi1Ut la tho went ttoplnjr, Anil Jail wtpm I La titer SERIES-NUMB- ER 107. nlcrioroum;il Cditor and Propnttor , W. P. WMLTON, iu firmer H Om. Ohronlo DUr-rlKr- a, I'nhUnUeA Tiirttav mi if FWif(ii, H'J.no lI3U ANNUM. ! vrUuadou'tMDj UialnX7Unti)rul strip! Inn, eirrpt to msla fhsnre, and then of tMrateatteai tainse Miree reevi. ; 'a m ! -- i' vihii K liairvsl, liluo-oyc- il liit of a kcIjijoI jjlrl, wliou liu ootilil Iiavo had jiut 111 ilek ol p rln nearer homo, won foinctlu'iii; 1 M not umlersUtul, Tlicro m Lldu WlMbM ttfwoewod Brollior .Tt.li.i t(. lTii Up city, and many that jollo. how alio sang and played, and how sho shall do tho very aouih thing aomo day for 1 know, now, that llowera aro as necessary to Ood's creation m tho wood and grain, and tho least littlo thing that uukoH sunshine iu tho world in of great value iu tho dark places, and I feel sure, when I look up to tlio hills sho loved, Uiat Myra haa reached heaven lioforo mo. Perhaps perhnpH, alio will Intercede for mo thero far-of- T Tllr wr hllln, to Uu and fir, th thoirlnir soft whlla ImiiIj In Ui Uitl nil tut rem Uto .liumllre, Impurity of Ihe Illno.1. FeVAnnd M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky., T33ATj1211H IN IVall Paper. H'Iiich, DriiKH, MiimIchI ItooliH, Vlicinlcalrt, JalquerH, IiiafriiRientH, J Earn, NtHiloiicry, PalntH, I'ockct Telmccef), OHh, CHtflcry, Nohjh. JdimpH, I'erriiincry, MhcIiIho l'lro ArniH, style. ra wmIIoIdk. A llloa rntll ram through Uu Una, with nJ rippling luhtet; Tba tmlUimii md wajr for tier, tbtdalalMnodiltd after. Utt Agnr, Malaria, nml nit Illaeaiea emuaod liy !) k( rangement of IJtcr, Jtoweli tod Kldneji. SYMITOM8 OF A PISKASTO MVKlt. generally coitive. looietlmet alternating with In Ike head hi troubled wlUl pain. If dull ind heatr, with comideriLle of meavxe. accompanied with a painful tematlon of leirfng undone lomethtng which ought to nare been done; a tllght, dry cough and fluihed face Ii tofnctlmee an itiendant, often laittaken for con.umptionr the patient compliim of wcarlneu lad dehjityj nervous, easily lUrtledt feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation of the skin ciists; spirits ate low and despondent, and, aJOiougn satisfied that exercise would Ve beneficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to try It la fact, distrusts every remedy. Sererit of the abore symptoms attend the disease, but cases hare occurred when but few of them esU led, yet elimination after death has showa the Liter to have been extensively deranged. A Kb itrorif jonog firmer I.rUng titer; drew a III lit bar ptoM ksaldt U lied ltreath . Pala in the Side, tometlme the It fdt under Ihe ShoulJet -- bbule, mlmken foe genent lovt of appetite j Howell heumiriim from IU il.plh. with (otdto been KUet ara," ki "Tliooetlliioref.lrlh.n ..Id U wttb heed UiHftnd, And threw a r1'l'J, M Uie etniaiii towtrd tb tnaldea flh H--i aVCCtllCH. it ii r int. wuiTsisr i' i rn.usuu ou.v. IWTI.V.U. Tho lalo Dr. Allshm W. Whitney was drifted, the Dawers In br belr, the ted end white Io Cther; A cloud grew Dark before the tun, end rtlujr wee the wcelber. He reme errnee the tiler then, the fetmer from hi. mowing; lie lulsderf not Um weler'e ilrplll, be cited not for IU flimliitf. M0 Imet" Mid be, " If (turning iun tud ckmdl.. Our Jewelry, Sllrcrvrnrc and Optical Hoods Dcnartmcnt In in Charge of Col. Thos. Richards, nliovtlll Itcpalr batches and Clocks Promptly and In tlio best l..iiiilarombo,juatilcaliiilovu with liim, ok tint in tlio tbolp country, o Ma uUn'4 )riirn nt Iho Hlaln Pair jiicklcH and jell kit, mil ever Mi niildi Initlor looking, tx, tlmii Mrm. No yellow Jiug uur her i.jrat; ahn Jiwt nmlnxl ft lack olT litr fiico ami tlitl il upholiniil knot that tnil. Hha tail John a lilrtlulnr cake, and knit him h comfoiUr, muI everybody thought it would be a match, lmt John mild liko Iiit vytti; tlioy wro oyi, to lay idea, mid could look you tlirotiidi mid through, tlioy wore that door and bright; but did )ou uwr knowainnii to Uko udtieo? "Marry that ferret," Mid John, ' and JieYer lmvo any hco of wy life; vroll, I gown not 1" and with that oft" ho koo to town and tologrniih WW, "Kijicct mo and my wife" IVwl audi n ahouk, tut it gnvo tup, and oar iriug cleaning not done, and tlio ruiiiiatcr coming to Ixxud with lis wltilo Ida wife went Iioumi on it rUit It was a trial, jou may lio atrrit I And when alio did com- -, it wut imiro liko 'having a wax itoll hi tho xmy than mything trim-- , with Iter big wondering yea, and rliiiiiinlt uny, and Hilly iiicn-lionanil hanging on Jolni'it arm, and leaning ntrr Johu'rf rlinir, with two itiHi)uillcaut hut in llm t iidh at tho tack, and her rlothea I Hueh fiillnlx, jut liku u dull' rigging, and I jimt mi my fixit doHii that if alio wiui to livo with I an, alio muat, conform to our wuyn. uadu't leii forty youia in thin world fu utitliiug If alio wanted to nor lliit liit lace-- , ami nillled aniiUH, alio 1ii1 I to wiulu 'and iron tlietit heiwlf. wouldn't boher i1ii i'. And Mich !IW 1IKI urns iih tlie iuked, they Jil.l u.iid mo aiek : " When did tlio couth hi..-their hurilii? Whioli cow rums tho Uu: tumuli? Weiss tliero any dear little tircal-maVcr auylimly eoId boo, ami lt !t 't lintM-mm- cnrct-rngn.- " I unrolled it, ami thero wero twoni ex wiu yardi of hrij;ht ingrain cariet I " Myra," said I, "this u wickol travngnnco," for I know her money all lit-tl- , wtlou tlueMr Pear littlo yellow chlcka, lndisjd Tlioy aero dour enough Worn wo raiiMsJ them and got their hernia oft" and wo had thorn ready for market, and if that ailly child) dnbrt ait down'-uncry liccauVc tlioy wero killod ; raid hu liiul immed eTury ouo of them and watahu) tlioin grow up. And ahu wat our JoliuV wifo I bah I Then alio did tho eillicnl thing of nil went and bought a liook called " Whut I KnowAlmut Farming," and used to ait nut under a treo Htudyiug it by the hour; and ono night, when oho went down to tho bars to meet John, I heard herimk: "John, wbyxlon't you g't'a wnnhing machloiiiiiil r wringer, lUid ku6 your own tlenh and bhd. fxxk nt tho hlia-te- n ij on my IiaikIm I" And tho next thing it wwtli tiilk ol thu neiuhlMirhiuxi tluil w wili..(H v'i uiui wi wiir nice ngitmxt moiteru hod 'given out that d littlo thing, (UJ(1 not'olily got a wringer and wiuthcr in our kitchen, but aovend hundnvl dolluro' worth of farm machinery at work. John said ho could afford it, but I MMko my mind, and told bur what I thought of it after ho wont out to hiayork. Hlie hxikoil kind f friglit'euetl, and protouded ahu was going to cry, and thou sho apoko up (uick liko and said: "Sinter Janet, it'tt n trtutnph of mind over mutter. You can wauli now, and not 1k all tired out, and aick and nervous, and and John cau afford it." Ferhaiui if I bod known that alio hnd mid fur it nil, and it hadn't cost John a oont, might Iiavo tccn moro forgiving, hut I jiut atrnightoncil up and anid : ''Mr. Illllot, you may go on and ruin your husband with your lioiirding-Hchno- l ideas, but, an for mo, I'll uover touch thothlngn. I can work, thank whllo I'vo got my hcidih. I wuau't brought up In idlenesH." Hho uovur took it to heart a hit ; tho noxt thririg I know alio wan at tho littlo parlor organ alio had, alngiug and playing an if that was all thoro waa lu life. And thut ailly old milliliter men nover do havo a bit of aeiiHo, hut you expect moro of a preacher of tho gMiol hut ho jiiHt aat and talked to her uu if alio waa a companion for him, and they walked about tho lUihla and atuyed down whero John waa working, and till around for want of tho 'em aouls broad of lifo ; audi a aiuful wuato of timo I never aaw I "Janet, do you love, tho hilln?' alio aaked, ouo day when I wait scouring tho kuivca outaido tho door. Hho hud to do them for mo, but law I hor ahito bund wore tint lit for auythiug so aaoful. "Lovo tho hill I Well, I'd liko to mow what thero in to lovo ubout tlioiii, I gucan if you eliniWl them a apcll you aouldti't lovo 'cut mueJi." "They're to high and urund." alio liidit-'fiu'egood-ticw- out. "Hut it isn't," ahu Bald, laughing ; "1 earned it mysolf by drawing and paint ing thoMO bits of skctchm. I sold thom all, and can soil all I chu do. Tliat waa my way of cutting curvet rsgs." Well, wo put tho carpet down, and it did look prutty though I didn't say so. U isn't niv war to sikiII auylxxlr with llalli ry, and I auw. John's wifo waa gut ting tho upiHT baud tiki fast. Thoneigh-Ihii- s to notice her, aud wero that fiKilbdi o!d minister, when his wifo Oiino bark, had Imx'H over thero ; and sho led tho singing in church aud pro tendril aha had got religion, aud all tho turn alio never srruhbed a lloor, or wiudicd a disli, or put her lianda to the churn. "John can afford to biro help," sho said to mo ono day, "and I'm not very strong, and my mother diod of consura- I ii in " Then sho Ix'gan to cry liko a baby, and John camo in aud looked at mo as if it wan my doing. I liuiht say sho could succeed in doing all aorta of iisulca.1 thiiign raising tlow era in eery nook and comer, making puts of nil Ihoaiiiniala, and painting, oi placing ou tho organ. Hho wait roid orua. muiitu), and I aiipiioao aomo folka thought alio wm pretty. John did for ouo. I don't know that sho modo mo much work cither. Hho did her own washing M long as John would lot her, and kept he r room neat enough, though it waa morttly littered up with llouers aud birds aud hor sketches, and at find alio amg from morning till night, aud sho did havo a real lovely voice. I'll allow that, but aftor a whifu hho didn't aing and didn't talk much, and then John licgati taking her iiuhI u to her. Tho tlrst timo I saw him getting a tray ready, I said : " It'a a good thing you weru brought up to Ikj handy, John, seeing you'te got an invalid wifo."- IIo didn't say anything then, but a fuw daa after ho camo to mo aud said " Janet, get a girl iu noon ns von cu smi itt Auut xtotay como over auilbtay with Myra; alio is nerroua aud low spirited, and needs WKiipany." 4"Woll, IauppoMO you've guoasetl the upahot of It nil ; a littlo daughter was liorii to John, and it seemed to mo that a mirnclo was worked iu tho house. Per haps I had ' uover really loved Johu'a wifo sho was so different iu her ways from mo but when I heard that buby cry, I felt thrilled io my very soul, and I just throw my oer my head and cried for tho first timo iu years. Myia didn't got strong, and tho day wont on and still alio didn't get up, and I felt it was my duty to go and tell her that alio mustn't favor heiself that way that sho couldn't lio abed and lot strati-ger- a take euro of her child, and that sho'd uover get strong till aho'd got out, but I mado up my mind to spoak iu a gentler sort of way. I had liecii tliiuk ing it over aud ubout concluded to let Myia livo her owu way aud not try to uiako hor over, especially siueoJohu seemed ho well satisfied with her, aud I went mid oiened tho door softly and stepped inside. John was standing at ono window looking out at tho Biinset it waa all rod and gold, nnd tho room waa iu u Hume. IIo turned as I rumo iu, and tho tears wero rolling down hLs cheeks, I never saw John cry licforo since ho waa a grown man I " What is I whispered, going up clo.so to him. IIo mado a motion with tho back of his boad iu tho direction of tho hod. I weet ovor thoro. Aunt Delay was in u rocker by tho aido of it, reading tho lliblu, Myra waa looking at tho sunset, licii at her baby's sleeping face, l'u) not dull to seo things, aud I saw thero what mado my heart turu cold it waa tho vulloy of the shadow of death I That all happened those throo jccjs ago. Thoro Is a simple lustio vrma up lu tho graveyard with "Myra" curvoJ on it, aud littlo Mvra and I vo vi thara work-apron a idd a great admirer of Oen. Duller, and, on being asked why ho supported tho latter so atrougly in his campaign for Governor, tho doctor gnvo tho following reason ; Whllo ho waa a prisoner iu Libhy, 1 eld M a hostago for a Confederate officer of oipial rank captured by our army, Oen. Ilunisido, who was operating in East Tcnucasco with tho Ninth corps, captured two rebel Captains, who wero hanged rw spies after satisfactory proof ttiat that waa their mission inaido our liuca. When tho news reached Itiehmond thoro wm great excitement among tho Confederates, and thu result woh that an ordor iuu Usucd that two Union Captains should lm Tho choice fell bunged hi retaliation. uimu an Ohio and a Now York Captain, who wero notitled to bo prepared for death on tho followiug day. Almost immediately after tho announcement of what was to bo dono, Ocu. ltutlcr, who was thou in command of tlio Army of tlio James in front of Richmond, waa apprised of tho fact. IIo had just captured Oon. Fitzhugh Loo and another Confederate General, aud sent Irnck word to the outhoxHios of Richmond that if they executed tho two Captains ho would perform a liko duty with tho two Generals. Tlio Confederates protested that tho elocution of officers of a superior rank for tlioso of an inferior rank never wm known iu tho history of war, and waa contrary to all precedents ; hut tho only satisfaction that they got from Gen. ltutlcr wm that ho didn't caro what had been dono in tho past, aud tliat ho was willing to establish anew precedent, ii necessary, 'iho result wm that tho Uvea of tho two officers wero spared, and from that timo to his death Dr. Whitney nover ceased to praise Jtoiton Journal, Gen-ltutlc- It ilioulil eitceo'ttleinue, the tltet'e Urrliigwldlb mijr roll imputed, nnttte' I. teern ue; Hut when loud Ihtinder Bill Uie tlr, ind clouda end nln corns oer, lowrt" dtr the rlllige bolli ring out icrou tb tlterj Thelt mu.lo let the butterenpe lud dililts U) And m on While aonie one drew a III from the lmm e, UiUtlt Sowing, M.nKl-ni- l And plucir.1 inppj Ihll imld the wheel wie growing; The mildrii Kt II em In brr htlr, the ted lud wbll. I'll cniM the ooein to jour tide, I em no f.lrd.) bo narel by all person a, olit and young, whenever nny of the above tyinptotna appear. Peraona TnsrellncT or IJtlnc In Idealities, by taking a dose occasionally to keep the Uver in healihy action, will avoid all Malaria, lUlloua attache. Dimness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Depression or Spirits, etc It will invigorate like a glass of wine, bat Is no In, toileating beverage. If You liavo eaten nnythfnt; hard ot dlgrallon. or feel heavy aftet meals, or sleep, lese at night, take a dose and you will be relieved. H. Stanford, G. - RUPLEY, - MKUCIatAJVT TAULaOIt, together, neither. Time and Doctors mils will he saved by always keeping the Itegulator In the Ifouiot For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly safe purgative, alterative and tonlo can never he out of piece. The remedy Is harmless anil does not lnlerfuro Willi business or pleasure. IT m rUitKT.Y YEflCTATir.n. And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or Quinine, without any of the injuiious after cflectt, Simmons Liver Regulator has been In use In my family for some time, and I am satisfied It is a valuable addition to the medical science. J. Gill Siioitxk, Governor of Ala. Kentucky, WIUi m.iijr muIUi, a tcir or two, ind gUnrct it Hi. A loTProora Testimony. BF.Albtar IPHAHMICISTS " -- Tbejr ind the luihlcn. Where trcbee crnwtd above their heidi, with mow) bhwaoiiiR ptved lenrilh the chipcl'i ihide, the fitrati lulen. DKatlS 1- S- lion. Alexander II. Stephens, of says : Have And la Uiit plica of boljcalm tba Undlngwordi were epoVen ; Into out the trulb, ihe ou her brii Uelnbli the token. The jreue went Xj, end eoina wete bright n,d eomt derived some benefit from the use of Simmons Uver Regulator, and wish to give it a further trial. Oa., Drugs, Books, Stationory and Fancy Artiolos. rhjsjrdans' prcsci'lplioni arcuratelv compounded. Also I birt Dut etcr etood be wire cmded oter, it her lorcr. ildo-- be wu no filr-d-i) Ml A K ISO TRBTII. Tho manufacture of tooth is a largo industry. Thcro aro now twelve manufactories of artificial teeth, that proditco every year 10,000,000 teeth, or ono to orory flvo persona in tlio United States. Half this numlier is mado by one Arm, foiiuded in 1811. Tho total sales of teeth amount to $1,000,000 annually. Tho materials used aro feldspar, kaolin and rock crystal. Tho coloring is platinum, titanium and gold. Tlio feldspar and crystal aro subjected to red heat and thrown into cold water. Thoy aro then ground in water uutil fine enough to Combined with tho coloring, float. thoy aro subjected to iutouso furnace which aro in heat in molds of bra-s-of two pieces, each molding one-hatho tootli. Tho process is delicate and has many interesting details. In tho earlier history of tho art dentists carvod tho tooth which their customers demanded, and apprentices wero often mado useful in that way. Tho amount of gold used annually iu tilling teeth U $500,000. Lead was used from 1778 to 1833. Thero aro dentists in Now York who givo, or say thoy givo, diauiohd fillings, and iu Paris tlioy advertise to use diamond pivots and emerald plugc Tho filling of teeth is g machinery aided greatly by tools. and .cunningly-wrougThis country makes dental instruments for tho world whero dentistry is known. An ordinary outfit of instruments costs j, lf labor-savin- 8500. Provldmca Journal. LKAItX TO UK lIKlnr. Long visits, long stories, lcng eihor-tatioand long prayers seldom profit tlioso who liavo to, do with them, Lifo is short. Timo is short. Moments aro precious. Learn to condonse, abridge and intensify. Wo can enduro many an uclio and Hi if it is soon over, while oven plt'asiiroH grow insipid, and pain intolr able, it they aro protracted beyond tho limit! of reason and convenience. Loam tobobiiuf. Lop off branches ; stick to tho main fact in your case. If you pray, ask for what you would receive and get tliiough; if you speak, tell your inrasago iHid then hohi jour tongue; boil down . unnU into, one, and three into two . HUAVlSa TIIK FAVR. Tliirty years ago a fow persons of foreign birth appeared in tlio streets with hair on tho upper lip, nnd wero objects of curiosity and sometimes of public, ridicule. In 1850 somo of tho young swells of tlio .metropolis began to wear mustaches, but for somo timo no clerk would venture to iixitato them. In ono caw a merchant on Pino street who had just engaged a clerk for twelve months, or during good behavior, discharged him for wearing a full beard, claiming that tho adoption of tho fashion laid tho clerk open to dismissal under tho clause to tho contract About tho same time a number of leading Merchants gato notice that thoy would employ 'nobody who woro lutir on tho upper lip. As late as 1851 tho senior proprietor of tills paper mado his cashier shavo off an incipient mustache, and noon after brought his own son under tho razor. In tho church of Dr. oa llrooklyn Heights, on elder who was suffering from a lame wrist allowed his beard to grow rather than submit to a barber. Tho habit, beginning iu necessity, continued ou account of tho increase of comfort which it afforded, and tho elder flaunted his beard licforo tho congregation constantly. Tho result waa laughable. Many of tho brethren called upon tho pastor to insist upon doing nway with such a scandal as a elder. IIo led them to his library and showed them how some of tho early fathers had pleaded against cutting off tho beard. " IIo turned to Loctantius, Thcodorot, St. Augustine mid St. Cyprian, who had stoutly contended for tho growth of tlio whole IIo quoted, from Clement, of beard. Alexandria, tho assertion that ' Nature adorned men, liko a lion, with a board, as a mark of strength and power.' When ono of tho visitors askod him how ho would liko it if tlio clergy assumed tho mustache, Dr. Ilethuno referred him to a decision of tho fourth Council of Carthago (A. D. 252, can. 41), in which it was positively enacted that a elerio shall not shavo his beard, and to n statement mado by Luther iu discussing tho subject, that 'all tho Protestant martyrs wero burned iu their full beards." This did not settle tho matter, for subsequently tho ludios of tho .congregation put iu their protest. Put iu a fuw months a venturesome lawyer let his beard grow after tlio manner of tho elder, aud iu a littlo while smooth-shavefacca wero no longer tho rule but woro tlio exception. New York Journal of Commerce. good-Miavio, n Kellero." I have used many remedies for Dyspepsia, Uver Affection and Debility, hut never have found earthing to benefit me to the extent Simmons Uver Regulator has. 1 sent from Minnesota to Georgia foe It, and would send further for such a medicine, and would advise all who are similarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only thing that never fails to relieve. I. Al, Jannxt, Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. T. W. Simon aaya From actual experience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulitor in my practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use anl prescribe it as a purgative medicine. Take only the dcnnlne, which always Wrapper the red Z Trnde-SIar- k i.it of ir. ZIULIN & CO. ' nY ALL DRUCfllSTS. "The only Tiling that never falls to JKUKIaKHSl Traaa Hark, ejaatea4EegUtereu. Largest Stock of M'ntclios, Clocks, Jewelry & Sihcrivaro Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than tbefwest. Witches. Clocks and Jewelry Repaired oa short notice ind Warranted. J. cossvMi'Tio.y A German Mains vr matches. economist has taken the to oxamino comparative statistics concerning tho uso of matches, and lias oumo to tho conclusion that Germany surpasses all other countries iu their consumption, which ho sots down to tlio almost universal custom of smoking. In Germany, tho daily consumption of matches is trom ten to fifteen per head of tho population; in Belgium, about nine; iu England, eight; in France, six. Their consumption diminishes steadily nnd naturally from north to south. The total daily consumption for all Europe is estimated at two milliards of matches, which gives au average of six or soven per head. Reckoning tho weight of a match at a decigramme, this consumption will present a daily absorption oi 2u0,000 kilogrammes of wood. So that Europe usoa up annually tho immense quantity of 72,uO0,000of kilogrammes, or moro than 80,'J15 tons' weight in matches ulono. irK B. Mmij , Sale Veei SITIAIBILIEI! s. jistid KL:.K;3srEss shop. sonable. . Nice lot oi' Horses and Fine Turnouts. Rates rea- 100,000 ponaros And can snpply any Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. w& I alio deal in - GOAL fquantity. it in Ky. A. T. NinVKrieaCiIiEY, Stanford, HEADQUARTERS - AT - m A T.L III! EX Til Kit E. (Mrs. Partington) wrote as follows concerning an accident on ono of his witticisms: "Somo ono has written a capital essay on tho Total Depravity of Inanimate Things, and, though I think bo did not mention tho mischievous pranks which types play iu balking ono's meaning, ho might havo dono so very properly. Now I mado a pun in my last which I had pondered over as Mark Twain did over his joke that was confiscated in tho foreign Custom Houao, and which I fancied your readers would bo delighted with. It was a most ingenious thing, a model in its way, and deserved a better fate, which I am eager to sccuro for it, such efforts aro not common with mc. I had said that May was to bo though by Vcnndr ratod cold, but by tho depravity of tlio typos it appeared that ;May was to bo roncr-vatctaking away all tho merit of tho puu, nnd not leaving even a logitimato word as a compromise Yet I blame no ouo." P. Shillabcr W. H. HICGINS von- - 9 Sholf Hardware, Iron, Spokes, Horse Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, Farming Implements, Such as Oliver Flows, Meikle and Avery Double Shovel, and the Brinkley Turning and Single and Double Shovel and Harrow combined. No farmer should be without it. one-hor- Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking Valley Corn Shelters, d, d, Evans9 Corn Drills, Hand Corn Planters, Elevator. And tho Best Pump in Tho Market, tho Mayilold Tho unrivaled Jowol Kango Cook Stoves, Stop Stovos, Tinware, Bird Cagos, Barbed and Annoalod Wiro, Lime, Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, &c. A goneral Wooden, China and Glassware. stock of Groceries, , IS A 1HH1 A irOLt't A Chioaoo editor who spent three weeks iu Boston says ho saw only ono woman during his stay, and that was his wifu. When a Chicago editor will pay a complimont to his wifo UU sarcasm can bo forgotten. good-lookin- g it" Tlio Anthroiological Society of Franco had under discussion, not long ago, tho question whether tho dog descends from tho wolf. M. Ilarbourdin said that ho had brought up a wolf tliat was now U years old and was ad gentle as a lamb. It was, beside, remarkably intelligent, .i.i nruiixsint l,.I.V(IUK. Ho won a Frenchman, and ho wm mid could open tho doors by turning tho scaiching for a certain pond; coming haudles. When it heard a clock striko aoioss a countryman ho iuipiirod the di- It would stand on lU hind legs to look rection, 'V.Wcll," uajs tba'countryuuii, behind, and would moo tho lu'udii ")im go along right lut you're going tlllv round with its paws. It is fond of aud lives on good tonus with y mi coiuo to two roads, and theu you turn ight to tho left aud you will lio nil poultry aud other auiunla, but h ut n Its luik letein i' lit. IIi careful aud not turn to ,lho giiHit aversion for cats. i,ht ; if you do you'll get left." Theu Ides that of u dog. M. do Mortlllul, in. i I'liinclinian was glad ho found out the other hand, mid thut ho hod U u ut it, and muttered soiuutliiiig hImiuI tmdoavoiing in vain to tamo wuhi-- . 1'hoy weio gontlo enough so buH oxpio mvo foreo of tho Eugtuh Ian ' they wero joiiug, but bccuuiu suvagv Kdison's Klrctrlo I.lijlit is a wonderful Hie adult ago, P. PottiTTOilliTilTe. MTilliat three dUcoTurr. hut not as wonderful as Hall's Iron bitten entirely rtlier. (Jatarrli Cure, furaaUby IVuny oi Mc- td him front vertigo. Aimer. No matter how jaded the constitution may ho from disease or tiers', tie Great Gernitii Inyluorator restores it permanently. See.adver tlnenient. For sale by I'a-nA McAlister. PILES I PILES I STEAM PRINTING! The Interior Journal Steam Printing Office does all kinds of Job Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. W.P. Walton, Prop'r. PILES! AVip UUcovrru for M'lleu Is a radical cbiuge from the old remedies In use. The Idarotcty It the result of heretofore yeiriof patient icleullllc study and Investigation into toe chtneterof Ibis piluM disease. To routines Juu ol lis great merit, call uu 1'eouy oliuford.or W M. WuUr, Ml. Vernon, ud get a sample bos frrn of rharge. Dr. llemliiu'n There li nothing mora cetlsln Ibm Ihe ute 0( llrown'a Kspectenut fur a terns lough, which will ultluslsly li'id to Couiuuiplluif or Cbruule College lironchltls, If uot turrd 1 1 Itkeu w heu lb tcugh VVirOHJJl Xi. BACZTSX, TOBMiniBirT. a lew doHl will touvliue )ouof It first rou'nt lid TCCtiveil ony tftvA; day of the your. Bummer ttuion tsow opt fur rtceii inj itudtntt. Its uierlls. rat isle by I'euur A. Mc A litter, Stsu-for- d BtuJrnli Regular Fall Session, Sept. .o, 1883. 'sud W. U. Weber, Ml. Veruuu. ttW IJMM ttMCtMM rU4vlM OwUet lU if aiwarMt, muA iMtltMr vutk U laMrtct. Nttwlr stafMaasf Mete M UlU UsJsTat, WUti(U riUM W Otvrge W. ItlUlln. efltlue Mound. 111., willee tU IWIafrkMilV M MC CMMMItlaVl BleW sV4 TlUsWatatiCnMM44M, Ff atuUp. Ul TlM ft)affl la w4U Kta.Vf, let fnU VsttisMt! AftUeVvHat. . aU, UvrtftaaUW TUaI trm I m HW Mlt iMloJiaax TwUi. kwkt, luuaawrf, mJ KH m Btis.. tbst Hruvu'ib'ietortul cured hlui of a aerera infill. HisauMM rrM, B4aU tol Um CtJUi W ailMM, W fe.shllr, fcLsM.1 fML ! lU IftMt.;. m4 llr4 U tatkaw 4i For tale by tii cold sfler trerjlblug ebe litd failed (r Htit.tr, ft rJMtt4i W !, Uiu f ilrta Wlttt i m m wk ' 4a)t i timt U aUtvUa footlfy U at fttf riafvitta aiM ItomUf lUUwla ! Ppitaail f I'eunyAMcAlUtir.bliufurJ.aad W. M Wthtr, 7ir.f., nasixitit. M4 9 UU iitiiuUi. ftJ4i4 r WILBUR R. SMITH, Ulnton, IU Ml. Veruon. Commercial of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. SISlS'JlSVS; Mt 4lf) Pf tSA'SSi sr lwl trgrily and fair dealing. James and John, purity and honor. Yet, with thee "great t will dellff r Ire esery Morning the two brothers, remind one of those of ones" of earth, how Has "royalty" covered KsKrumc Hootr, A.JETJ?' OUT), ICY. Is the "multitude nf sins." There Is someold, and also "Israelites Indeed, In whom IH Mt kith, Kcoti.a Jin, July 2nd, 1M3 WlHliInR to C1080 Out My u:jvt ii-:July 27, 1883 Secretary Lincoln, 8urrognto Rollins, Dtar liltttor Friday Morning, no guile," though my good host stoutly re thing under all this earthly grandeur that as old "vanity nf vanities," I Continued from last lssus.1 Stock, pudiates the Anglo-Israe- l theory, his wife stamps il of of pretriilslixk luts Alter lhal, Uks of New York, Governor Crosby, of Aalongaeiiir . - EDITOR $5,000 per diem! Who W. P. WALTON. Ireaafiwasl ran alTorJ. Acrmmla due at lbs First "our host and of the whole only advocating It, iny single ally on this Yet an Income Montana, Senator Vest and General wonld not accept that wild any disability, month CMircli," as (lain was before htm, gave subject in the Iionao. Our Mr. James has unless "taught of God," thtt there is some- I Will Soil rtt Reduced Rates for eloMufeei-- Maj 7. Utanford, It. II 1MKHOII'. Sheridsn. Thoy will travel by spe- us a real Scotch good, hos 7 children, I sons and ft iTaugliters, and all thing belter Cft'ili. In mi Intc rviow IJol. Morrow sajrs cial train and at tho end of tho NorthSatuboav NimiT, June IlOth. Onr pliable Mr. James Tod, of Kskbank House, married hut the youngest son, who alone tlint ho ilotibtfl If tho dcinocrntio first service wss held in su upper room usPacific road will be met by an known to other American! before us, as tho lives with the parents. John and James ed as a Wesleyan chapel, with absut 10 My Stock Constats of Orooerloj, Hard- NowrilniHlBoinfa reach ern for tho State ticket will who love are. in escort, and will push forward on nuh of the open door for llio-iThe U)UD gave business in London our first ac- silnts In attendance. ware, fllaia nnd 20,000 und' that ho boliovcs Mr. horseback. It will requlro 150 mules his LOUD. A littlo hcs.vy.set in figure, llnsnf Ihs despite lhe depressI hats opened s sery roraprtlienslts quaintances at Highgste from this happy me a cheerful latent and handwniralalyhsaf ing surrounding, and in live minutes I Knott' voto will fall short of that, to days' rations and slightly bald, with brown, full bean), thick family; Alexander and wife Keep house in was as hanpv In prrsrhlng to lhal Utile Canned Fruits, IUJiIImjt and Karnes' carry their forty eyebrows with kindest of gray eyes be Dalkeith; Willie, the young missionary, nf owing to tho dissatisfaction nt tho handful of very serious people as if I had form a couricrlinewilh tho nearest telSPRINO AND SUMMER MILLINERY fto., Ao. manner in which ho waa nominated. egraph station. Theso junketing ex- neath, a musical Scotch brogue and hearty, "Bennett's Chue," resides at home with the been In Stratford talking lo 1,000. It was lhe ladles In rail and eternise, case in a mo- old folk. The daughters, Hiralndclilot I) will plean pill an.l wltle Andlntlleall Imy or not. fikre reasonable. one married to a a great transition, hut the LOUD has All of which is tho merest bosh. If peditions set in fashion by Graut aro open manners that put us at wbelher lby ment. "Heartily welcome to Eskbink," minister and two to merchants and live in taught me to tske everything as II comes, I niu.t hare Ibe money. IIS .HINH ItKI.I.H IIVntIKH, Morrow anil Brad-lotho brothers lluaman'aofflce.tllanMd Jul j, ism. no doubt very nico but thcro is no he ssld, as he shook hands with lis, with Edinburgh, Glasgow and Manchester, ros long sgo and lis ' carelul lor nolblng." tiHKKX. Neildoot toltr Sunday, July 1st. We presetted and think that thoy can, with a lot of warrant law for tho rresidont or such an emphatic roll of the JC that we pecttvety. The homestead at Dalkeith is sang 0 times, wilh most precious results. in figures which thoy havo somehow 1, At 10 A. M., we met a lot of young other man to uso tho government felt the heartiness of it at once and know tho centre of gathering and seldom with' majority in any matin to lie. redueo the that we were welcomo and entered npon outa child visitant, and once and again men In a room nf the U. P (United property for bis own bencutas in this In an church, of which my this State from 40,000 to 20.000 they case. Arthur is paid $50,000 a year the enjoyment of it without suspicion or crowded with simultaneous arrivals. Lnve elder. AIkiiiI 153 or 10 pieent, hot whom of rules this exceptionally beautiful family 12 con fc wed Jesua, as the first fruits of the havo very littlo opinion of tho intelli- in cash, besides almost as much in delay. Next, Ids good wife, with gentle, mother circle. The Dalkeith harvest. and daughters-iAmi as to tho gence of tho pcoplo. 2 We attended the IT. P. church st 11 extras and if ho wants to ily around ly grace, bid us the same in soft undertones, law are like the children born; all, as thcr to Mr.Knott'a dissatisfaction in regard heard tho country for his own pleasure, ho and a less pronounced but still unmistaka come and go, fall into the unchanging and aiidietire-ronm-Itev, Fraier preach in a beauti, ful where I should like to nomination, it exists only nmong n surely ought to pay for it out of his ble Scotch accent. Then our Brother rules ot tho household, yet all hold a meeting if the people would only fow sorehead democrats and designing own pocket. To gull tho unwary tho John's wife, they having arrived the night are as free as hints on the w ing. Eskbank come to It. But they will not, so we go to them, wheie they will come. before; and Mr. Alexander Tod, the third Ho is tho nominee of remiblicans. republican speakers aro charging all son, and his lovely, lately married wife, House might be appropriately named At 2 r. M. 41 the communion service, I been the as well. Ever since com "Liberty Hall" tho Convention, should havo over tho Stato that tho finances of also warmly saluted us, and in the midst ing to England we have been impressed had been invited lo nuke the orthodox addres, which I readily nominee, and as each will receivo the Kentucky havo been managed in a of this welcoming thronir wo entered the with the beautiful respect shown by chil undertook. Hsd an opportunity for 20 ' full party strength, provided tho fact most extravagant and reckless man- - nutile stone mansion, were shown into house minutes to get in "my goepel," on a staid, dren to parents and the that ho will bo elected any how, docs ncr, wuiiouioir own president minus sumptuous rooms with every comfort and holds we have visited; and this house Is ex solemn, decorous congregation, but a very dead one, I I "leaned hard" on tre not keep many from tho polls. Tho nothing of appropriating thousands many luxuries provided, whence, after a ceptionally attractive, even in this "land of dear LOUD fesr this address and I am sure for though, owe it to deity in washing and brushing, we Israel." It is a wholesome atmosphere in He gave me the right word. No chance to people of tho State of the public moneys and any of its littlo dining-rooand all aat which to live. It touches and softens "draw the net" nf coursei Il would have him to see that ho is given even a lar- property for his own peculiar delecta descended to the "(lie proprieties." down to a warm supper that fitly closed one's own life at every turn to walk in it. violated 3 From the communion service e went ger than the usual majority. Ho has tion. As tho N.Y. Sun would remark: generous answer to I trust that in speaking of these dear straight to the happy day with a tho Sunday school, of which my served bis Stato and country well in Tho republican party must go. our keen appetites. Then family worship friends out of the fulness of a loving heart, dear brother Alexander Toil Is Sup't. has a reputation National Legislation, and to bed at 11. or a little luter, with day I am not violating the courtesies of life, which exnlalns access to His "little ones." 150 NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. as blameless as it is broad and bis light not yet quite gone and only lying in nor giving undue publicity to anything Here the "net was drawn to land wilh Utile fiahes," yet great In the LOIUV3 And now they say Jay OouM Is finan wait to anrine unon us at a little after 2 that ought to be left unwritten. The sim- sight. It wss very hanl lo get these election will restoro tho offico of Govnext morning. Remember we are in the ple fact la that I want my friends in Amer- "proper children of the Covenant" lo ernor of Kentucky to tho honor and cially embarrassed. Between 100 an J COO people are dying latitude of Labrador and but for the Gulf ica to know my friends in Britain; and I "apeak out In meeting," and il looked like to it boforo the dignity that attached Jesus Stream these lovely llritiah Isles would he feel sure if the dear LOUD continues to use failure for awhile; but victory for Praise daily in Cairo, Kypl, of cholera. after a little patient work, present administration brought it into clad in furs us I shall have occasion often to mention came The democrats of Virginia held a har- only tenanted by human beings Him. odium and disrepute. monious ConTentlon nt Ljnehliursf. and drinking train oil by the quart to keep these kind friends, whose whole he ins are 4 After lea, we went to meet Mr. Jss. un a bodilr combustion suited to the frig in the blcsed work I am engaged In. And Tod's Bible class that he has kept going for At the Hamilton sale of Short-horn- s tho democratic party always That about 35 SO head brought $9,155, an nTcraie of id climate. But the good LOUD who set I feel sure the Tods will stick to us. A over 30 years. There were gave their young men present and 11 shows itself tho party of retrench- $305. apart these "isles of the North" for his lost Scotchman moves cautiously, but when he "hearts" ("I will"! lo Je,u. A precious One hundred and aixly car loads of Israel mado a suitable provision in this moves he means It. ment and reform, while tho republiservice of hall an hour. C. Ulght frnm Ibis to "llennetl's Close" can party on the other hand abuses watermelons are received in Cincinnati wondrous current for a delight Saturday morning we saw the little chil dailr. Uro. Willie Tod's Mlixion flourishes its power by a profligate expenditure ful climate and soil of fruitfulncss, where dren of our Brother John, who had been where Four of the Arkansas Congressmen are in a Chapel built by the Tod's. He has a of tho public moneys placed in their for Carlisle for Speaker and all for a tariff his people could "multiply and replenish hours tucked away in their little beds when Sunday-achoof more than a hundred, the earth and subdue it," even, in the sue we leached Eskbank House the night be and that number confessed the Savlnr at control, can not bo successfully deni- - for revenue meetinc Sunday evenlnc. These were Collector Finnell has been fully exon- cessive ages, calling out "this place is too fore; and also Miss Edith Piper, another tho p1. DnrW the kit ton years, the the children of the poor, as the 150 were of erated of the charges of drunkenness, &c, straight for me; give me room;" and bo off dear London friend, the youngest daughter the rich, itich ami poor meet logeiiier: republicans havo controlled both in swarms to other lands, becauso the pa of Mr. Wm. Piper, of Higbgate. She had the LOUD Is the maker nf lliem all, as against him. branches of Congress four years nnd Iledeviner. Praise Him. Six person, three chained with mur rent hive could not contain them all, to retired early to make up for loss of sleep well C. One off, another on, i tbe history of tho democrats havo bad ouo or both der broke jail at Kichmond, Wednesday plant the seeds of mighty nations N. K. S. in their railway ride the night More, this memorable 1st Sunday in Heolianu. and W. For Israel, lost to human sight, Breakfast over, and knowing there was The children diarabwed, the room waa soon houses for six. Tho avorago annual night and escaped. Gen. E. O. C. Ord, of tho United States vet known to God, was to become not only much to Ihs seen, we put ourselves into the packed with adnlts and again we preached during thoso years was appropriation of hands of our kind friends and ii was not and sang the "good newe;" 9 BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR $104,341,000. Tho averago annual Army, died with yellow fercr, at Havana, a "great nation," but also a "company 's nations." How has this "handful ol corn long before we were off to visit Dalkeith making a blesed total of 2S2 for the Ever at 7 o'clock Sunday evening. ' appropriation during tho lour yeara of harvest. Praise the LOUD. Angust 12 to 19 has been appointed as on the mountain top" multiplied, until the House, one of tho .country scats of the in Jesua. Om. O Baknw absolute republican control was a week of prayer by the Uisliops ol the fruitful harvest "shakes like Lebanon," Duke of Buccleuch. The grounds around it extend over many hundreds of acrex, beaverago for tho six Methodist church, South. Tho and the "face of the earth is filled" wilh is said, years whon tho democrats had some Policeman OJcn, at Winchester, shot the fruit of it. But the long summer days ing about 4 miles tquare; wilh, it 50 miles of carralge drives, first and last. thing to say about appropriations was and killed Win. Havens, a negro, who re and lengthened winter nights of the frigid The estate is surrounded by a heavy stone DEPARTMENT. tho present writ sisted $145,130,000. This shows a differ- arrest. him when he tried to put him under zone abide here still. At wall, much of it very ancient. 1 he preinir the nieht is onlr a little over three serves abound in game chielly pheasants IIOIIT. It. WENT, 33clltor. ence of more than $23,000,000 a year The Court refund Lewis Ktan's peti- hours long. The meetings close at 9 and and hares, that are bred wilh great care, LANCASTER. in favor of the democratic party, and tion for divorce, and it will be a long walk home in broad davllcht The but so tame that it is simply murder lo As usual the lv. C miaed connection sport. The variety of this in spite of the fact that its efforts tiate before a Court gives him $100,000 people read their hymn books and Bibles shoot them; not and river scenery (for for- yesterday and our Lancaster news la still the est, glade, lawn without the aid of gas, and the lirst morn Elk Hows through the estate, first in two locked up in a mail tag at the Junction in the interest of economical govern- for illegal incarceration. A. farmer in Fallon county offered to ment were hampered for at least four sell his crop of wheat at 800 bushels aftci ing after our arrival, when the strong day- branches, N. and S., and then in a single Hon. Proctor Knott spoke Iheie Wed formed by their confluence) is Inobstinate extravagauco the thresher went into the field. His offer light wakened me and I felt for my watch stream years by the We saw only a nesday to an audience of some 800 eop1e, describably beautiful. under tho pillow to see whether I had not small portion immediately around the and according to Col. Burdelt and Dr. of a republican Senate And still the was refused, and it threshed 1,213 bushels. over-slemyself, I was agreeably astound- mansion, which of course is the handsomDauphin, the Lottery man, has sued 1. ed to find It a little past 3, and sank back est and most elaborately kept. Tbe house Young who canio wilh him over here, republicans havo tho cheek to ask for made a very strong impression, his rttch the reins of government in Kentucky, M. General Graham for $100,000, because into the soft pillow for another four hour s is a great, heavy, square, stone structure of being tho best delivered there for yrsrs. A and projecting wings, ratber its finances shall bo he charged in nn order that he was pro slumber with feelings ot relief so well three storiesgreat college building than any number of ladies were present and to them promisiug that more like a Tho curing money by false and fraudulent pre known to my readers and yet so impossible thine else. Bat the Inside is grsnd indeed. Mr. Knott made a neat little address, more economically managed. tenses. to describe. "Bless the man who first in- The Duke's income is reported as 1,000 when they rewarded him wilh many handThe circular of the Agricultural Deway faring man though a fool should Praise ($5,000) a day, he being one of the richest some bouquets. partment In Washington says the back- vented sleep," savs Sancho Panzt. the British Isles. He not bo caught by their clap-trap- . the LOUD who "giveth His beloved sleep," noblemen inhere and in England and has ward weather has Injured the corn prosonmany estates Carter's Little Liver Pills will ositively Moke" than 1,200 of Morgan's old pects In Ohio and Northern and Central I would rather say with my people's psalm ly comes to Dalkeith a few weeks in the cure sick headache and prevent its return. ists. year. lhe yueen nonoied lilm wlin a viscommand met at Lexington, Tuesday, Indiana. It will be long before I forget my lirst it of a week, while the Prince Consort liv- This is not talk, hut truth. One pill a A large meeting of tho citizens of Louwhich yet ed, and we had the pleasure of seeing the dote. To be bad of all druggists. See a separation of nearly 20 years after delightful night in Scotland, isville in sympathy with the striking teleand in camp at Woodland Park, chat graph operators, was held Wednesday was hardly "night" fur the'Markncsi, He very room she occupied and lue bed ol advertisement. whllo satin throughout (as to the covering He RewarJed. ted over the thrilling incidents that night, Cot, C. E. Sears, of the JW presided called nleht" and there was very little of of mattress, pillows and holster) on which enjoyed such a delight- royalty rested at night. The bedstead was l rawarJ will b) I'ilJ to any pally who A filled their soldier life for four years.' and Col. George Haber and Ed. Madden that in it. We lnd ful day in our journey through a ''land of of a gorgeousnesa to match, with wonders will pruluce a rnx-o- l Mier, KlJne or titomaeli Col. Frank Waters delivered an ad- mado alining addresses. wonder," our welcome to Eskbank was so of gilding, carving and upholstery. The cuulalnt ILat Eleclrle llltura will not While workmen were engaged in renotblof cure. Hrlug I bun along; II will coat dress of welcome followed by General thoroughly charming; and our beds with ticlures that bang over tbe wnole bouse, f.r Ihs ueJlclDeiritfalla to cure, an.ljou wilt Us jou pairing a blast furnace at Syracuse, N. Y., n every room, are of the richest and cost Preston, Gov. McCreary, Senator soft linen sheets and pillows of down in liest kind. Their value can hardly he well rewarded tor your trouble bnlJea. All Mood tho arch caved in, burying nine men under Williams and others. Gen. Basil W. brick, mortar and soot, eight of them being such perfect keeping with the rest, that we reckoned inJC.s. d. The walls of nearly illicaau, lllllouiDeii, Jaundice, Couillatlon anl old oak In pinnets. The general debility are quickly rureJ. clatUfacttoQ rooms Duke replied to them in an eloquent killed outright, the other dylog soon after- could only say PRAISE THE LOUD and all theditto, inare small squares. The views guaranteed or money rs funded, l'rlca only Ml enjoy it to the utmost, which we did. The floors nU per bottle. For aaUby I'euny A McAllsler, and touching address and then his ward. There fs great excitement, and the Irom tbe upper windows bacic and ironl LOUD knows how to cate for His chil on both bsnks .. . daughters and Gen. Morgan's wero Blast Furnace Compmy is greatly cen- dren. And we are His. We greet our are .exauisite. The erounds brim; out any One-hors- e of the Ek He in position to LAXCASTKIt ADVLUTlliKlKaTN. sured. presented to the old command amid in America with increasing landscape euect tnat taste backed by mon -J- udge IModgett, of the United States dear friends M. V. WALTEH. At night District Court for Illinois, decided at gratitude and affection from our new home ey can desire, ibe lamlly name ol this the wildest enthusiasm. line of proud peers is Scott. The present Jones, of Richmond, Chicago that stockholders in a national in Scotia. Ever In Jesus, Itev. J. William LANCASTKlt, KY. Uuke sits In rarllament, not In virtue ol Geo. (). Baknes, Office orer Clllwut National Ilauk. Office Lours his Scotch Dukedom, fur that alone would Va., delivered his address on the bank are liable for the debts of the bank from I lo 12 A. M. and from 1 to 6 r. X. Eskbank House, 1 not put him there; hut in virtue of an En "Boys in Gray." But tho feature of to the extent of their stock, and that indibarony that does entitle him to BAM If. BUHDETT, Dalkeith, Scotland, July 3J, 1833 J glish Scotch peers only sit representative- a suits to recover on this liability can Saul-loy'- s vidual scat. the occasion was Judge M. C. At be commenced without the intervention of Vtar Inltrior: they are Ir in the House of LANCASTER, KY. Fkbank House, Mr. Jas. Tod's hos. entitled to a certainLordr: that is. there, oration on the dead hero. It is a receiver. number of seats Will practice lo (larrard and adjoining counllea described by thoso who heard it as North I'oint Tivoli, on the Patapsco pliable mansion, gets its name from Fk and that number is ulled by elections and Court of Appeala. which Hows a brawling brook, rath- among themselves. They are toiles to a one of tho moat ornato and eloquent river ten miles from llaltimore, a pier on Hiver, IT. O. KAUFi'MAN, because a majority of the ucolcli which an excursion party was standing er than a river, less than 100 yards in front iiinn, are that, and therefore none others ATTOIINEY KY. XiAAV, fiflnrts of the kind heard in many a of it. Between it and the Etk, however, peers LANCASTER, nwaiting the arrival of a boat gave way, are returned to Parliament. The liberal day. Court. Will and sixty or seventy women and children runs the branch line of railway over which Scotch peers in the Upper House, like the Master CooinilaaloDer Garrard Circuitand adjoining of (larrard practice In all The colored conveutiou at St. Lou lost their lives. The water into which we came from Edinburgh. The houso is Duke of Argyle and others, are all there counllra and InIbe Courts of Appeals. the Court is discussed tho question as to whether they fell was ten feet deep, and though on top of a steep bluff, with a beautiful in virtue of English baronies, otherwise they would not be there at all. their race should bo called negroes or many sired themselves by swimming, the hawthorn hedge running along the lino of One touching thing I will mention bethe railway and quite above il, so that on- fore leaving tho Duke's grounds, to which cojored people and it was unanimous- loss of life was terrible. Two hundred ly the puffs of the locomotives' smoke- we may not return in these letters. The ly agreed that tho former is prefera- persons are estimated to have fallen into stacks are seen from even the second story, unfortunate Duke of Monmouth, who atthe water. ble, demanding, however, that it aldrawing-roowindows, in which apart- tempted to get the throne of bis father. Captain Matthew Webb, the noted or Charles II, but failed nnd was behesded, ways shall bo spoiled with a capital English swimmer, attempted Wednesday ment I am writing this. A handsome grav married a Countess of Buccleuch. When lawn his head was taken off, his unhappy widN. Wo aro glad to seo tho darkies to swiui down the rapids below Niagara, el drive with greenest, avenue of young ow ordered trees getting over their foolish aversion to and was lost in the whirlpool. Tho an- beyond, bounded by tho hawthorn hedge to be loppedanoff, every tree sixlime eight or Negro simply nouncement that he would make the at- aforesaid; with spacious rear premises; o feet from the ground. one of the being called Nogrooj. forest and fruit trees; grass like a cir-e- t most beautiful avenues on the grounds Is means black and as Senator Bruco, tempt drew only about live hundred peoof green, with buttercups and daisies; composed of ancient limes of prodigious ple. He sjiam gracefully upon the resistwho is himself a Negro, says It is betvery size, each bearing the pathetic mark of the less current till he came to the edge of the coachman's house and stables, all colorthe whole some headman's axe In a circlet upon tbe gnarlcomplete and ter descriptivo of tho race than whirlpool, when he threw up one hand in ed trunks, whero they were decapitated ed pcoplo, which may includo Indi- fright and disappeared in the whirling three acres in extent; Swelling house nearly 200 years ago. The lime is the square stone, spacious, handsome- same as the linden of Germany and our ans, Mongolians and other races that caldron. His body has not been recoverly furnished, hospitality unmistakably lime a great favorite as an avenue tree in ed. are not white. Iteplying to an invitation to attend written on every room In it; this is where the British Jales, as well as in some localithe (Continent. ties The Bowling Oreen Oautle, whllo the Morgan Jlcunion, Hon. Jefferson Da. the LOUD has brought us for a little thanon c'.oieu portraits of There are more the handsome and a full ol nows as an egg is of yis wrote i "You havo justly appreciated while, Mr. Tod is a gentleman of ample unfortunate Duke of Monmouth haueine till as the many endearing memories of my youth means, acquired in painstaking application in different rooms of Dalkeith House, as meat, is dome au extra umount ol also many of his beautiful mother. The riy worn most eutxiumij . It isu which cluster around the place of your to bis business through 40 years of indus- family is evidently proud of this contact 'of admirably conducted pa mectlug, and it would be most gratifying try; and now, surrounded by children and one of Its members with royally, alblet il. .: .. . " iiii.i tier and IIS Utterances art) uiiuiicu iu to me to exchange salutations with the grandchildren, yet hale and vigorous him- legitimate royalty; and it is rather a comboth parties. We aro glad survivors of tho gallaut KentucLlans who self and full of business energy, he is en ment on the vanity of earthly greatness weight in title of that olden left their homes to maintain, at every haz- joying what he has fairly won by konest that this in noto too that in iU commontime could not boast of what t tho Iu form, it bears decided evidences of ard, the principles embalmed in the early toll, as few men do, that I have seen. I do est of us would blush not to the oweas lawprosperity as gratifying as hUlory of their State by the resolutions of not think that I am blinded by partiality ful birth. I remember in looking over the thrift and 1798. The name of your association is el when I say that this particular branch of vellum pages of the Carshallon Church deserved. how again took a murderer cjucntly commemorative of dsring deeds the great Tod family (most spell with a after not loug sgo, some babe, and sgain, "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," In Iowa a mob which the the record of frnm iftil iiumz him till lifo was extinct, performed, of dire suffering borne and bar double "d" but these single) is a model Church, thank God, had the grace to bapLANCASTER, KY. filled his carcass full of balls and barous indignities inflicted on men who branch. "Tod" Is the Scotch for Fox, of tize, was Written the significant word,"base then mo out wo had bravely struggled in unequal combat which there is another great stream of born." The LOUD takes in these unfortu threw It In the river, nate ones, but the earthly stigma remain"'; tuau would hardly ask in this case, as to vindicate the rights their lathers left fsmilies. Indeed "lodliunUr" is another a ad iierhsns. for society's sake, lightly. It and limply "Aixhunler" wbeu told of a fatal accident by which them. With iny respects, please present name is a safe guard we mar not carelessly dis-- l tho victim was torn uearly all to piec-- to your associates the heartfelt good wish from which the family coguomen original- pense with; which, like the Irremediable froprletoie. I ly sprang, without doubt. es, with which 1 am Internally, Ac," fall of a poor gill from virtue, never to be I "Did they kill bim 7" ST -- Tin: telegraph tells us that the President will start from Chicago on Mi excursion to tho Yollowitono Park July 31. Tho party will consist of IR0. BARNES IN SCOTLAND. 1MIA.1HI3 TIIT3 JkOim" "J. A J. Tod" is a firm in llieso parts and the name a synonym for in forgiven by society, nor Condoned for, may fall heavily and pitifully on the unhappy victim, but on the whole Is a shield for CHEAP FOR CASH. loo! Ice! Ice! at oni: . ioiini, hand-shak- Millinery , in-la- y, nr. Inf sons-in-la- n AT AND BELOW 01 We will sell you anything in Summer Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. jt COST I Hem'1 Fctfrge Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $XO, $12.50 was 7, 10, 12, 14, 17.60 1.50, 2, Shoesnow 75c, 1, Slippers, $ftese JtizHm I 2.75 was$l, Children's Shoes and Slippers cordingly. 50c, 1.25 was 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 2 1.50 2, 75, 1, ac- e BRUCE, WARREN CO. PREPARE I SEEDING! confe-wlons- , Hun-day- $1C8,-157,00- 0. Garrard County FALL And be sure you examine, before purchasing, our line of Seeding Implements, as follows: .... .. close-shave- n no-bi- To-da- The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, The Trump Grain Drill with Spring Seat, The Buckeye Spring Shoe Grain Drill, The Star Grain HOIIOKON JENTIHT, Drill, Tne Albion Spring Sulky Harrow and BroadAt cast Seeder, Jjandreth's The Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Sulky Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, The Moline Sulkey Plow, The Cassedy Sulky In Bulk, and the Plow. Nicest Line of UU-ra(isi-ly- ) 'ii .A . j .1 s V I 'f This line of Implements cannot be celled. ex- iiiirh-tone- i. FURNITURE J.HiH-RHlerH- Serai-weekl- reg-ist- of Fish Brothers Wagons, Webster Wagons and Columbus Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete Also remember we make a Specialty I u GEO.D.BUltDETT&CO., CEO. D. WEAKEN, "J ST7V.3r3rOKX), ICY. Friday Morning, -- July 27,, 1383 NOTICE. The data printed with your name on tho label ihowi the time to which your mbieriptioa hai been paid. If It doei not road July 27, '83, or tome future date, yon are in arrean and would confer a favor by forwarding the money for another year tub icription. Wo rauit citabliih the lyitera. . A N. LOCAL .. TIME CARD. Mll train going North noulh Ktproulrsln" Mouth Noth ...i...Lt. m... ..... I .l i M r. M on r. n. I 01 A. if, M a. , iowt nortecs. Itur I'AJini Ofjl'eany Nick siocf McAllsterV if bltlBilafr McAllstcr. cards it Iennv A HtANDAMi read mixed paints at Mc ltoWtte A Blame's. Jo. HA As Hog Cliolsra Cure. L'enny A MtyMbter so1. agent. U'ATCnw, Clocts and Jewelry repair! McAHeUr, nil warranted t V'nn7 OtvcNtip thit Mcllobcrls A Htixg mike Hod Wtler In the world. Try it. the Machine Oil, which will neither heat nor gum, GO cent iwr nalfon. AlsoeilrA strained lard oil at Mcllobtrla A HtaKu's. bt PERSONAL Mr Joe 8 OittMEi hai Rone to I" It Koihb C, Walton Is bick from a vle-to relative In Virginia Minn Mettie Jonkh, of ItairoiUliiirg, I vlsitlnJc Mm. Jno. M. Mcllobtrla, Jr. Mna Limit: I.kk Ilocnrfrrr.it baa gone to tIU hrr sister, Mr. Jno. (), Mc- A I Itter. Mm Jno. M. Haii. ami (laughter MIm Katie, went down to Somerset yesterday to visit relative. J, H. MunrilV waa 011 the streets yeattrdey evidencing that he wa not born to b killed by a runaway home. Hon. J.G.dlvr.N, of the Louisville bar, la spending a few day at lii father' In this county. Tuesday he made hii friendt here a pleasant call and all were, glad to fee him looking so well. Misses Clarion and l'ionnu Wood, who are. spoken of highly by tlm prews and public aa Klocullunlsta of much merit, were here lhli week tn route to I.ancaater where they Rivei an entertainment Monday nlght,whtcli we trust will I wellattrndrd. LOCAL MATTEHs7 Cinrn Miliji at llrlght A CurranV Knurr Jars and Can at llruif, Warrrn ACoV Twelve pound purr berry sugar fur llrlght A Curtail. $1 ' OiiNinua tickela to tho K. C. ale at Mcltoberla A HtaggV. deot for Champion wood and Iroubttui plowi for fall plowing at W. II. Higgina.' .SVANroUK la almost deserted. body la attending the ilui tonrille Fair. lory a Wc hate the largeat atock of fruit jar eclal luw In town and can giro you " Jl bright A Curran. I'HAVE, a few account that will be put in o(BcV Land 6r colle:tlon after Aug. lit. If not paid before. W. II.' Hlgglni. Youii account U now ready fur you. l'loaae call and seUlo at your earliest convenience, as 1 ""nevd the money. H. U Wright. Jos. V. Folck, the hrakeman Injured In the Rolling Fork Hrldgo diioj. ter Hunday, la dead. The other men are Improving. Conhtadlk Dan Miller lodged Joe Moore (negro), In Jiilyeeterday to which he had beenjjent for ten dayaby 'Squire 1'ej-fo- f aa'aaaault on Klatu Simwon. Ion DrAU. TilcdK Indebted to mn will rotifer a fa Tor by calling and Milling their account. 1 need the money and truat thU little re piM will n heeded. II, C. Itupley. wheat market ha been active here week. The ruling price ia $1, and George D. Wcaren, of Mc.UlMer, Bailee A Co, bought 20,000 buahvl at - that Ggitro. Hon. J . I'ltocTOit Knott ivaa here but owing to a revere pain in the eyea which haa givtu him much trouble for tometime, ho look the mlvico of the The this and did not niak. Our people would have been glad to hear him but to far m any necemltr rxiatlng for him to They are them thrro la none. going to give hlui &00 majority any way. doctor J Ihn continuanc4of the South rn.Kipp'ilion, at IxiuUville, Ky., (com-11cueing A ugu'at 1(, and continuing 100 A Naahvlllo Kail, day), the road wilt fell Kxcurxlon Tickela from any of il ttationa to ljuIvillo at 0110 fare fur the round trip. Tliete Tickela will be on aale every day, froui L. A N. itatloni nnd will be good 15 daya, allowing amplo lime to vlilt the GrealeU Kxpoaltion eerhcld in the South, and econd only to the Centennial at I'hlladolphla. DljKlNy -- 1 Mil. V. II. lCuiKositAUKK.CivIl Kagiuecr L. & N. It. It. allowed ua a curioaily yesterday In the abape o( a letter that had made the trip around the world. While hewaa at tending the University at Darmstadt, in the Graud Duchy Heealn, In 1870, he and aome atudenU to teat the ipieatisu aa to how long one would take to make the tour mentioned, mailed a letter there directed to himself with the following Alexandria, Fypl; ISatavIa, Dutch Indies; Yokohoma, China; San Francisco, Cal ; New York, and then to Darmstadt. There was a leijuest written in French, German and Kogllsh, aaklag the 1'. M.'e to print their office stamp on the envelop and it beara the Impress of each. It waa out Just 101 day but from aome cause It lay at Yokohoma I days, otherwise It would Lave made the round trip in 80 day, which prove that Jules Vtrne'e book was founded on facts. . . PROFTSMimi. Okhman Mu.r.rr nt bottom Kiirm nm Imppy lo ray, has my heartiest appro nf, ami Hie West Eml ha given siller, Mrs. Frank M. Contan, of Vinccnnts, Commonwealth; and Ihey shall he governascertaining who it entiA Cnrran. evidence of her ability lo do every Ind., then her staler. Mm, James M. Wat- ed, In all cases. In val, abides In Increasing strength." This tled to vote, by the law then in force to style. A son, of Atlantic City, N, J., whose husband prevent illegal Toting, and thit column, saw x. auanxtT. j, w. SI0WS, Foil Salic A handsome residence. f neither fair nnr genteel, The context, thing she undertakes In (f given, would show that It referred to a number of stimpluotia spread were lobe I connected with the U. 8. Signal Service, written in a fair and legible hand, shall be DDIIDETT & IlflOWN, Will sell very cliwp. W. Cral?, Stanford. seen under Ihe numerous shade Irees that returning to Danvlllo about Ihe lttof Sept. transmitted, with the assessor's books, to young lady In Tennessee, with whom Ml A.rr ta-w- . Auditor, who shall make out a copy IIHyr C'AM. ami res the new intent foot renin Mario beeamo MT. VERNOK, KY. greatly attached while there. dot the ground and no visitor wa allow- Miss Powers has been a faithful and effi the (hereof, and deposit the same In the office fur rocking chairs, the most delightful It(i t aome editors are so fond of a sensa ed to co away hungry, but was forced (if cient operator at this point for a year past, of tho Secretary of Slate for the time lie- - t. w. raasow. waLtica a. vaaaoie. thliijr out. It. K. Wearen. T. W.AW.B. VAHNON. tion, that they do not regard the truth a he needed it) to go and partake of the and her friend are pleased at the opportu Ing, who shall transmit the same lo the A'r'jrOltNXJVH A.T X.A.AV, next legislature as a list nf those who are good thing without money and without nlly offered for a nestled recreation. Tur. bridge at New Haven In not com- an important factor In an Item. (STANFORD, KY. entitled to vote for Representative, in orWe have received several request price. The remark I general that a bet OSes In Owsley A Don's new ball.tlni-- op stairs. pleted yet and will not be, It la nald, till der that the Legislature may have the MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. from Camp Meetings, notably the High ter exhibition of fine stock Is rarely seen. of mean lo ascertain whether a majority M. FKYTOiT, In the meantime transfers nre Butiday. IF.CONI) DAY, Ihe citizens nf Ihe Slate entitled to yole for AirrOIirVl.Jv A'l X.A.AV. Managed by John B. fish. made and all Haiitlfhound trains are from Hrldgo concern, lo publish notices and anMTANFORD, KY, Will nrwtlri, In lh rVmr. f It,...!.. Another dellclously pleasant day and ft.l ..I. nouncements, all of which we respectfully The warm weather of the last few days Representative liave voted for a convenI to I hour Isle. joining mantles snd Ih foperlor Court snd Court tion. uecllne ami will continue to do so until a another fine atock exhibit. The crowd I haa caused a great deal of sickness In our ol Apptsls. Mpwlsl sltenlloo glvta tocollectlohs. U it further emitted, That It shall be Offlnon Lsncsiter strsst 7. TmtFKcf our ronioaitora nre membera sufficient amount of money Is sent lo pay much increased and the airay of beauty county, III the duty of each assessor of lax, who shall of the Valley Cornel Hand, which la play. for their luwrtion, We publish religious such as la AIjRX. ANDEnflON, , Wm. Pendleton and Sarah A. Claxton be In office In the year 18S3, as soon a he teen no where outsido of the Inj( thit wrek fur the Hustonville Fair, notice of this act, AT 3L,A-Vregion. Ladle from a distance were married at the Joplin House the oth- shall he advised of Ihe free hill camp meeting!! and other DANVILLE. KY., Iraviag li only the old reliable Cstpt. F. J. circuses, gotten up to make money, will vie with the, home beauties In loveliness, er day. to go before a justice of the eace and take I prattles Is the Courts following oath: "I do solemnly awear eounll. and In th Court ofof Ilorl. and adjoin! White and ouraelvc to gel out this issue, have lo pay If they get a puce In this paper. and every body is happy. The following Appesla, Mr. R. A. Burnslde and now stayed in the I will, to the best of my ability, fairly asIt la, only $2 60 per year. A few and here I a list of the premiums: town last night, on their way lo the moun- certain the number ol qualified voter in J. D. riBIT, . DEATHS strictly first class ubscri 21, Beat bull nnder 1 year, Carpenter tain to raid the moonshiners. A hot Ihe district In which I was elected for the And At i,n.-vRockcastle Circuit Court her taken as a matter of accommodation. Kino. After a long and stubborn Ill- and Kiflr, Lincoln, prem, and cert. vear 1833. and report tho same, with my MT. VtRNON, KY, time for a rather hot piece of business. Will rraetles In tbs Itoeiesills Courts. before the book made as assessor First come, first servo. ness caused by a complication of disease, We are anlhoriied to announce M, J. first day of May, 1883." of lax, 22. Best bull under 2 rears, Ben Spald s speclslty. Office in 1156 L'lder Simeon Hampton King passed ing, prem,, lt. II. Mitchell, Boyle, cert. to repreCook as the republican candidate 8, fit it further enacted, That the assesif the K. C. people wish to retain the peacefully (o tho mansion' of rest C IiBB P. UDPFHAN, at 21. Beat bull 3 year and over, McCor- - sent Laurel and ItockcaHle countiea In the sor of tax may, and they are hereby regood will of the people of this section, It MTANFORD, KY. quired to, examine, on oath, any person In next Legislature. August election t uth will without delay mako the mixed train o'clock Wednesday morning. For I or 10 mack and Hide, prem, J. B. Murphy, cert. side Mala Wrest, two doors abovs yeara he suflcred with an abscess of the I tas Mysra Hotel. stir relation to his right to vote for Repre25. Beat cow and calf, Ben Spalding, Op. Taylor, "the farmer boy," which i now supposed to arrive at Stan, sentative when ho haa doubles to hi right Pars Nitrous Oilds ass sdmlnliUred wb.sn side and back which defied medical skill prem. II B. A 13, P. Woods, cert. ring up the native in mis ami mum to vote; and any person who shall knowford Junction at 11! CO r. M , a regular pasand drained hla otherwise robust frame till 20. Ileal cow under 8 years, II. B. A K. counties, and all too, without the help of ingly swear falsely before the assessor, and senger train. It I hardly ever on lime DU. W. D., PENNY, It waa reduced nearly to a skelston. It P. Woods, prem. Oabe Lackey, cert. the "Bosses'' who have not commenced lo shall thereof be convicted, shall be sub and ronseiuenlly curses loud and deep are Dontlsil, jected to all the pain and penalties of the 27. Best cow under .1 years, Carpenter work yet. BTAHFORD.IKENTUCKY. heaped1 0I1 It dally aa the connection nre was never known where the exact seat of the disesse wm and for the benefit of sci- and Itlfle, prem. and cert. Office nter Rout. 8. Mr.J.T. Claik ha bought the house crime ol perjury. enacted, Thai the asses- from 8 loll A.M. snd ILytla's stors. OfScs hours mlsaed. The nulls loo are thereby delay9. fieit further toSr M. Anesthetics be requested a few days before hi wnea necessary. A. Best cow 3 yeara aod over, Carpenter and lot occupied by Dr. J. J. Brown from sor shall r. to come from Lancas- ence ed, taking two day write "sworn" opposite the name dealh, that the doctors should make a and Hide, prem J. J, 8peers, Boyle, cert. Dr. W. II. Bentley, for $500. J. J.Thomp- - of each person sworn by lilm. ter and olnls above to this place. . thorough pott morUm examination, which 29. Best bull any age, McCormack and son sold his firm to a gentleman named i 10. fie tt further enacted, That It shall be the dnty of the Public Printer to print Tur. Sixth Kv. Cavalry. Adjutant was done Wednesday afternoon, l'lder Rifle, prem. Ben Spalding, cert. Arrlson, from Ohio, fer $2,250. five hundred copies of ihe seventh, eighth, J, W. Alcorn furnishes ua with the follow- King was born In Nelmu county nbout A few wheat crops have been threshed and ninth sections of this act immediately Latsof Chenault, Severancs A Co.Stanlord, Kr.. 30. Best cow any age, H. B. A E. P. with ing list of the members of Col. J. Warien 03 years ago. Whenntiobt 20 yearsofage Woods, prem, G. A. Lackey, cert. out a alter its passsge, and deliver them to the in this community and It has turned M. & CO.. Grigaby' regiment who answered to roll he wa married to Mist Mary E. Donald31. Best pair mares or geldings, Cecil little more than half a crop, with the grain Secretary of Slate for the time being, who Importers and Jobbers ol Dry Goods, Notions, Ac. csll at the Morgan Keunlon; son, of Shelby, who bore him four chilA Rue, prem. L. O. Powell, cert. of a very Inftrior quality. Corn crops are shall transmit them forthwith to the counIlros 637, ol, Ml Main htrest, Cor. Blub, ty clerks, to be delivered by them, aa soon Co. A John Schooling, Sergeant, Leba- dren, two of whom, Mr. W. If. King and 32. Best horse mule colt, W. F. Pitman-Boyle- , looking better lately, but are needing rain as possible, to the assessors of tax for 1883. acv, Win, Ilaiighman, Dinvllle; Ike Dur- Mrs. Jennie Carpenter, survive him. HI non; prem. J. K. Baughman, cert, tery badly. ill- - This net shall take ellect Irom and ham, Danville; J, A. Doty, Lancaster; S. wife lived about nine years. His second Mason, Johnson A Canton, have fin- after it passage. Approved Jan 7,1832 mule colt, J.K.Baughman, 33. Beat mare V. Grimes, Texas; George 8. Carpenter, wife was Mis Virginia F. Jessee, also of prem. George Kills, cert. ished their contract (2 miles), on the K. C. BucAlen's Arnica Salre. Wm. Marshall, I'arksvlllr; L. Shelby county, and the with eight chilStanford; 31. Beat mule under 2 year, J. W. Pow Railroad, and have moved 80 of their men W will now pay speclsl sttentlon to The greatest mullet I wonder of tba world. War M Jackson, Versailles; John Salter, dren, the youngest of whom is 12 yean of ell, prem.; N. T. Snow, Casey, cert. Boone's Gap, to the works of Ma ranted to speedily cure Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Ul up near Alex Tribhle, Junction Cily; D. II. age, are left to mourn the loss of a kind 35. Best mule 2 year and over, Ben son A King. The lemalnder of the con cers, 8alt Illieum, Fever Born, Csocers, Plies, to giro satisfaction, and Yelser, Danville. husband and a loving father. L'nlering Spalding, prem. and cert. victs will stay in the old camp until more Chllblstas, Corns, Tetter, Chipped Hsods sod all W promise Patent Flour for Wheat. when desired will Can mako guaranteed to cure In every In eitherglrs Co. II Henry M. Hales, Chattanooga, the uilnMry of the Christian church about work is obtained by those contractors. Per- skin eruptlom, bolted or unbolted meal. 30, Best pair mule in harness, regard or money refunded, A posltlre curator stance, 110Ten ; George W. Dalley, Hall Gap; Geo. 20 years ago, Kldr King became widely less of McALIMTF.R A8AI.I.F.E. sex, T. L. Carpenter, prem; It. haps they will be used on Dr. Tabler's Tiles. 25c per tax. For sale J l'enny A JlcAI. W. Deltord, Crab Orchard; John II. Mil-Ir- known as a strong and forcible advocate of Thurmond, cert. liter works. Win. II. Miller and W.C. Sprat t, Stan- hi Master's: cause and his services aa pasJohn Pearl, of Ihe Mountain Echo, Is 37. Best suckling horse colt, either sex, A Run on a Drug Store. ford; James F. Wheeler, Junction Cily. tor were much sought after. He preached W. F. Pitman, Boyle, prem ; J. II. Hays, visiting relatives In this vicinity. Mr. J. Never wss such a rush made for any Drug Stors to ss Is now st l'enny A MeAllster's for a trial bottle May, Somerset; for a long time in Jessamine county, and Boyle, cert. Co. C 2d Lt. John II. Otter, of Louisville, paid a visit friends in this place the past week. Mr. of Dr. King's New Dtscovtry for Consumption, 8eargent W. C Curd, Somerset; Jos, C. was for a number of year pastor of the 38. Best mare, stallion or gelding, 1 year Whitehead, has gono to WilliamsVsnhook, Falmouth; 1st Lt. Till! T. Al- church here, where hi earnest appeal old and under 2, Wm, Hughes, prem ; Jas. 8. A.. for a few days, in the place of hla Coughs and Colds. All persons affected with Asth- burg, nit, Bronchitis, Uoirscneu, t'erirs Coughs or any len, Mscksville; C. D May, Nevada; Hen- brought many to confess their Savior. Hla Drye, cert. brother, J. L. Whitehead, who Is at home aOVctlonof lha Thrott and Lung, can geta trial E. H. BURNSIDE. again. Mrs. Turner, of Louisville, and hotll of this great remedy Jree, by calling at the ry Hobinaon, North Fork. life waa made Up of good deeds and loving 39, Best mare 2 and under 3 years, Joe Co. II 1st Lt. Mile C. Saufiey, Stan- acts and In heaven he enjoys the reward McDowell, Boyle, prem,; James Cowan, Miss Hutchcraft, of Bourbon county, are above Drug Btoro. Regular alio, f 1. This Old and Well - Known ' visiting at Capl. Jack Adams'. Miss Msg ford; Seargent Lewis Cofley, Lewis W. promised to thoso who love and eerve Him. Boyle, cert. Hotol Still Maintains gie Adams returned yesterday from a visit HG1V ADVKIITISKHV..1TS. ColTey and L C. Oatts, Montlcello; Friable Kid. Wm, Tharp, of Middletown, a bosom High 40. Best mare 3 and under 4 years, E. to friends in Danville. Mr. Joe Prewit Mercer, Ilurnside. fritnd In youth, manhood and in declining Hundly, Boyle, prem ; Cecil Bros. A Rue, and family, who have bctn living in CaliAND returnfornia for three or four years, have Co -A Heard, Corinth. years, came at his request n few dsy ago cert. Kentucky la good county. Iti Proprietor ii Determined that EUIund-ley- , ed to this W. Alcorn, Adjutant, Stanford. 11. Best mare 4 years and oyer, and was with him In Id last moment. J. enough for them. it Shall be Second to no Country married each prem Warren Russell, cert. for The selection of Hotel in tho State in its Pare, It Is reported that a few alleged demo- They hadand It seemed other, cvangelited 42. Best; stallion or gelding 2 year and proaching election is allofficers couldthe ap- CHAR OltUIIAKD MILLS! be that together especially appropriAppointment!, or Attencrats; will support llobbllt In the piesent in all the precincts, except one or two. tion to Comfort of J. II. HUTCIHNOS.Propr.. election but we can hardly believe any one ate that ho ehoiltd preach his funeral ser- under 3, Cecil Bros. A Rue, prem.; Alex. In those, the selection could have been their Quest. claiming the name can io far forget party mon, which be did at the late reside nc of Johnson, Mercer, cert. bettor. The republicans In every case are Do custom grinding Tuesdsra and FrIJsys of each Best stallion 3 years and undei 4, J. men who vote the ticket every lime no week. his dead brother jester lay at 10 A. M. al43. . liob cltinis and parly pride aa In do lUgKaga will ba cornered to aad from the depot white, he rrteorehargs. Special aTrounodatioaa tn hitt is a disorganize and a demagogue, though choking with emotion nt his loss. B. Careriter, Casey, prem.. J. W. Engle-tna- matter who runs, baspeak black or of, the I while in the to Commercial Travelers. The liar will bs Boyle, cert. The remain were then brought to HufUlo now begging the rsdtcal for their support THE always sappllsd with the choicest deuiecrala have not stood as firm as they 1 years and over, Cecil 44 Best stallion braads of Llgnori nd Clears. niul agsin niihmilling his claims to a dem Oinetrry for interment, followed by a I do not wish to hurt the feelings should. ocratic primiry. Ho haa done inoro than cortege nf weeping friends nearly a mile Bros. A Rue, prem. and cert. of sny one by any thing I may say in thia 45. Bet roadster, mare or gelding, War- matter, but I think under the circumstanany man in the county lo Injure the de in length ren Ruiell, 1st prem. $25; J. M. Minor, ces those democrats (as they still claim to tuocracy and build up republicanism by serve on these elections Will Iteslii TucHiIay, Aug. 7, '83 LAND. STOCK AND CROP. 2d prem. $15; Cecil Bros. A Rue, 3d prem. be) should refuse lo wheedling weak democrats to his support And t'oatlaus Four Days. boards. The County Judge has been spoJ. J. Moberly sold to Mr. Crosaiield 47 $10. in regard to three partiea and he reby his "vccioiM promise which he makes The best or order lias prevailed solar. ken to make any changes in his selection, A Liberal and Comprehensive List of and CS ewe at $2 25. fuses but to break should he gel a chance. On lamb at $2 per head but There lo Is a remedy left for the democrats, Fiemima for Each Day. Hamilton & Kitill's 41 head of Short- Every body Is sober and the other hand Judge Hill, while untried is well enough to have the large force of and if nothing else will do, It will be re- The Grounds ol the Assoclstlon hire been biud- horns sold at an average of $291 and J". V. it It la true, Is a young man of the strictest soiuely Improve. I and are situated near tba policemen on duty that I observe, I am sorted to. All they want ia a fair election, Cincinnati rJouthern Denot. integrity, who having jolitical princi- Grigs hy'a 22 head of the Hate family av- Indebted to the Secretary, Mr. F. M. Yow-el- l, and that they Intend to have at all hazards. eraged $725. FORMERLY ST. A8APH, ple maintain them on every occasion. He AN ACT to the Ringmaster, Mr. J. II. Taylor The Rowling Green Gaztttt lias report from Georgetown and Special Ileduced ia not a democtat lo this man and a repubof thl Will bo runbeen secured from Somerset and points and to Green A William for very many To take the sense of the people Rates have lican to that one, whila In truth a nonenti- of the sale of 0 mules at $100, 2 of 15 favors. The grand moonlight hop occurs Commonwealth as to the propriety of Houth. Adddress J. I,. Hsucb, Hec'j, for Catahand for $340; 2 of 10 hands for $150; a II'. J. MjVIjU, l'reutdent. mllim- - a Convention to revise tho Con- - logues. ty In iiolltlc aa his opponent is, but Is a lGS-- tt of which I will gWe you a full Having bad this Hotel 1 stltutlcn, and to regulate the manner of democrat born and bred, and the true de car load of Iamb at cents; a big lot of repert. Tell every body to come up totaking the list ol quauueu voiera. of ahown lis confidence iu him sheep at 3 cents; and 35,000 bushel mocracy has morrow. CIIA1TEH 40. W) to 91 cents. From bssement to garret, by making him its nominee over older men wheat at Whereas, It is the sentiment of this BOYLE COUNTT. The cattle market in Cincinnati I Intend to Keep It In a Strictly Homoeopathic riijalcian, of the highest standing. A vote for bim General Assembly, and many ood citizens Flrst-C'lttsslow and weak. Common I quoted at2 Simmer, Dan r Me. will le a vote for party organitation and of this Commonwealth, that experience KENTUCKY. And leave nothing undone that will add to tha to 3; good to choice butcher 4 to OJ; An Infant child of Mr. A.S. Mills, haa pointed out the necessity of calling a WANVIIXn, will parly advancement and the stock-e- r died Wednesday night. The little crea- Convention with the view of amending the MY GUESTS. rally to his support, loung democracy, common to choice shipper 4 lo 5J; Residence, Clemens House; office opp Central COMFORT OF Hogs are looking ture waa but three months old and had onmiitittlnn nf this State: therefore. and feeders 3 to Nat. lunk. Special attention to diseases of women now is your chance. Arise In your might l6V3iu Be U enacted by the Uentral AtxmNy oj me and children lor the past eighteen years. 1 to C for alwaya been delicate. and show the sorehead and rrpublicana up a little and are quoted at Gmmonvealthcf Kentucky: Mr. B. F. Phillips' fine black buggy Ars offered I 1. That it shall be the duty of the It is you who intend lo rule In this common to best, llutcher sheep are doll, that Blockers active; the former are worth from mare dropped dead Monday morning. She sheriff and other officers, at the next gen ! SPECIAIi INDUCEMENTS county. To patronise me, as I hsvs srsrr coavsnlenc,iucb 2J to 13, the latter 3) to 1 for wethera and had shown no indications of sickness. Mr. eral election held for Kepreeeniauvcs auer MARRIAGES. ss NICK BAMl'LE ROOMS, do., for their use. the passage of this act, to open a poll for, 2 to 4) for ewes. Good lambs nre In dePhillips had refused $500 for her. Secretary of State and make a return to the Lee and Miss Mary II. mand at 4 1 to C cents. Mr. John The County Clerk on Monday, record- for the time being of the names or all citiBaggage Transferred to and from Ilrock were made one flesh at Mrs, Lucin-d- a Bids will receded by tba undersigned, up to of incorporation of the zens entitled to vote for Representative ed the article tho Depot free of charge. 1833, and matoury Urock'a on the SGth. THE HUSTONVILLE FAIR. voted for calling n convention Auuuut Vd. street for tba grsdlog the Crab OrW. H. FKANCIN. Danville Town Hall Company. The ain't, who have aire ms a calL leading Irom on the proposed 2, lie it further enacted, That any sheryesterday, Dati-lAt Mr. N. H.Goocli's, chard street, near ths residence ol J. W. Alcorn, Our special reporter Inform ua by tele- of stock it limited to $15,000 and the iff or other returning officer failing to per- to Lancaster street. Plans snd specllcatlons are Hester, a youth of IS and Miss Malls phone that tho iHuatonville Fair opened amount of indebtedness the stockholder form the duty imposed by the first section to b seen at tha First National Sank of Stanford. aaGooch, a sweet little damsel of 17, en- - most aupicioiuly at 0.30 Wednesday. The are allowed to incur I $2,000. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. d JOHX J. lleltonEHTH. of this act, shall be subject to a fine of six Indict-msk'rrd the matrimonial stale, weather waa pleasant, the crowd largo for Wakefield A Farris sold on AVednes-da-y hundred dollars, to lie recovered by ST FAS h ist erand lurv in anv court hav The marriage of Iter. J It. James to an opening'day and the exhibition of stock to Boisseau A Martin, N. O., a good TUB M03T DESIRABLE ROUTE T- Oing jurisdiction thereof; and also subject, Mis Anuie Laurie, the pielty daughter of unexceptlonallygood A number of countiea phxton pony for $150. E. L. Israel, ol N. upon conviction of such failure, to removal Wearcn, of Kirkaville, took are represented and competition ia lively : 0 arrived in Danville, Thursday. He Mr. W. iromomce. Having taken charga ol this famous watering 3 :t place Wednesday at 930 A. u. The cerelie it further enacted. That it shall be place for the coming season, I am now 1. The first premium, forJJack under 1 will look alter some race stock he haa at And decidedly ths Popular Route, anordlng, as lt wa pronounced by ltev. J. M. year old, waa awarded to J. K. Uaughman, Magnolia Farm, and purchase several more the duty of the Secretary of State to have mony does, less cbsngea and superior accommodauona to in the column i of one llrucv, while seven other prjacli-r- s looked of Lincoln and the certificate to Logan horse of a certain kind If he can find this act advertised In every county in this Prepared to Roceive Guests. weekly newspaper Hiuouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texaa, Four couples at Caldwell, of Doyle. on and saw It well done. them. State, for two consecutive weeks immedi- I have a corps of trslued servants and will bs abls to furnish by Mlsse The marriage of Mr. W. T. St. Clair, ately preceding the election, and in one of tended llie happy pair, pneedrd Th North, Northwest and Wast. In fact. If jou 2 Jack 1 year old and under 2, Joe a la AvcoiiiuaotliitiouH couu btuplsUscr trip bj any direction, your Interest and popular young gentle the daily newspaper in the city of Louis- Siitlfcfitct'ory a Maggie Maunder and Kllen Wearen, of Withers, prem. and cert. Ted Lett purchasing tout tickets via will man who was educated at Centre College, ville, for thirty days Immediately prece-dln- To .11 ivrsoui in nursult of health or pleasure. K. C. and Cincinnati, fullman raise Cars, Ele Stanford. After the ceremony Mr. and 3. Jack 2 year and under 3, W.G. Hub here Tba medicinal qualities of the waters ars too rant Nw Dst Coac he, and h.ndsoinalr furnishthe election: iVorUfd. however, solemnlied on Wednesday morning at intending to go ble, prem ; James McWhorler, cert. was cars una iu uuequaieu Mr. James took the truin weekly newspaper in any one or more well known lo the people or Central Kentucky to aa iiecuning inair Old lUllsbl, thereby iiiaclng properties. equipments of this 10) o'clock, the bride being Miss Mary P, is no need a dwrlptlon or directly lo his father' in Kansas, hut as us 4 Jack any age, l0r,aii Caldwell, prem., counties of this Commonwealth In which 1 be rates of board willtheir bereaaouable rorfurther a trip over this lias ons ol luxurious comfort snd plsasure. Try it. Shellon, daughter of James T. Shelton, said adfeillsement can be made, It is made information, spply to me st Irvine, Ky. ual, theK. C train waa behind and the con- W. (1. Hubble, cert. N. 3t. l'JKACOCK. 1 Esq. The marriage occurred at the resi- his duly to have posted a printed copy oi nection at Stanford Junction was missed TIME TABLE, IN EFrEOT JULY . 188. u Jennet under 2 years, Logan Caldaid hill, in handbill form, at the com dence of the bride's father, on the LexingThey went to Crab Orchard and spent the well, prem., J. K. Uaughman, cert door of such countle', for at least No. 4. I No.0. Uoutu. No.. from town, and was witnight, resuming their journey yesterday. 0 Jennet any age. Ixgan Caldwell prem. ton road, 3 mile two consecutive weeks preceding said elecI 00 am 3 00 p ml 4 15pia Lto. Covington. nessed by about 60 persons, mostly rela- tion. and cert. 17 ' Falmouth. 10 a iu r4 trj p ml 5 SI p m RELIGIOUS 1 4 He it further enacted, That the Public V. Best Short wool lluck any age, tives of the parlies. Dr. O. B H. Martin, ' Cjntblaua. i ml 4) pin pm II li s u a M p ui 1 A it. l'arll.... .... A Uiwrey, Meicer, prem., W. G. of the 2d Presbyterian church performed Printer shall, uon a separate sheet, print ltev. II A. Dawes will preach at Crab coniei of this act, and delivthousand II 13 p ml ft 81 u 7 M p ni Lt. l'arls.. Irvine, of Doyle, cert. the ceremony which was beautiful and imOrchard, neat Himduy at 11 o'clock. Arr. Lexlngtou... is vu p mi u ia p m M p in to the Secretary of State, who shall er them 8. Dost do. Kwu auy age, Wlgliam A pressive. conies of Ihe same lo Ihe ltev. J. C. Handolph will preach at Tho attendant wero Mr. James uml RTf ft t) p ml ; Lte. l'arls.. a no p m " Mlllersburg Maria clerk of the county court of each county In Lowry prem., and cert. l'rcsbylcrian church, Sunday next, T. Shelton, of Lebanon, and Ml the 6 11 p is Carlisle . 7Mpm 9. Uest long woo) Duck, Wigham A Caldwell, of Boyle county; Mr. George W. the Stale at the time of forward. ng the No. Il Arr. Majirill. Klder J. G. Livingston will preach at Act of Ihe General A'seuihly; and raid S IS a iu 5 41 p ui.. Lve. 1'arlL. . . Smith, of Pewee Valley, and Miss Susie clerk shall deliver Ihe same to the sherifls Gum Sulphur, Saturday night, Sunday Lowry prem. and cert. Winchester .. 7 U7 a u 6 41 p ni ..... 10. Uest du. Kwe any age, Wigham & Yeaaer. of Boyle, The bride's dress was of of their several counties. s SO a iu morning and Sunday night, next. ' Hicbmood ' Laucsster ...... II OS p ui J III p ml.... It shall be J 5. Jit it further enacted, That Null' veiling, satin lace, Cameo ornaThe new church at King Mountain Lowry prem. and cert. Arr. tttankinl June II W piuj t to 1U). Kick Hrsdaeho and rcllera all tha troubles Inel-11. licit saddle gelding any age, Wm. ments and natural flowers. Miss Yesger the duty of the clerks or judge conductwill be dedicated on next Sabbath at 11 A No. 13. No.S. No. 1. Noam. nt tu a bilious statu of tho srttun, such aa Dugeneral election lo propound K. O. Guerrant, The meeting Dodd, Lincoln, prem., Cheek A Moore, wore a dress of Lavender Satin, lace, natu- ing the sild the following question: "Do llness. Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after eattny;, M.byDr. 2 24 p m Vi hlla their most ruuuk Htantord June iMsu voter lo each 1'iUn la tha hide, Ac. Li. Lancaster 1 (ilpui ' will be continued lor several day after the Doyle, cert. ral flowers; diamond. Mis Caldwell' you vote for calling a convention or iiuIt" sblu success boa bun ahown In curing I'Msiu OOpiu ' hlebuioud . I 00 a iu 12. Uest saddle mare any nge, Cecil dress was of Mull, with Swtss embroidery, and If he answers In tho affirmative, hla dedication 01 me cnurcu. Winchester- -. 7 U7 a u t llpiu Sup iu 8 03 a u Arr. l'arls Kid Uroa. A Hue, Doyle, prem., C. P. Sandldge, natural flowers; cameo. The gentlemen name shall be recorded as havlug voted for ltev J. It. l'eeplra write us that ralllni a nnnfntton. 5 55 a mill 10 li iu Lv. Maj.illU; including the groom, wore black J, Kind will hold his quarterly conference Lincoln, cert. a. iu ;i 00 p iu ; 23 Ctllla.... (0. lie it further cnaciea, inai u snau ue Ileadachr.yrt Cartrr'sUtUe Liver FUlsare ennaHy 7 41 a ml 'J ID p ml Mlllersburg 13. Dwtdrsft stallion, Uaughman Uroa, suits, black cravat and glove. The bride the duty of the aucssors of tax to open a valuabla iu Constipation, curUur and imvuitlur services at Ml. Olivet. In Garrard, on Mon 30 a ml 2 40 p u No.S. prem. and cert. and enroll this annoying complaint, whila ihey also correct Air. l'arls.- -. and groom took the 1:10 train for Louis- column In their assessor's book, day after the Sth Sunday In this month, Lincoln, of th stomscti, citmulats ths liver Lt. Laalugtou . II 7 50 a nil 1 00 a ml 3 00 a u citizen entitled to anddisorders lha bowels. Kvca if they only canal Arr. l'arls-..- ., therein Ihe name of each 14. Ileal do. mare, J. 1'. Klfl'e, Lincoln, ville, their future home, regulate 8 10 a ml 1 45 a m 3 40 a ui Instead of on Saturday, Mr. Kind will vote for Representative In the year 1883; Paris. prem., J. W. Powell, cert. Mr. John L. Zimmerman and family, Lt. Crnthlsna... a 10 a m 2 41 p ml S 40 p iu preach at 11 A.N Sunday. 4 11 but the assessors shall only enroll the ' ilia ml 110 p ml 6 Ol p iu 15. Uest mare and mule colt, George Kiof Louisville, are here visiting old friends. names of those whom they know to b en pw L'.l.l.l.lk 85 a u 4 17 p m ltev. J, M. Kvana and llrother J. II. 10 p iu Arr, Covlogtoo 11 10 ami ttoilpu lls, Casey, preui., J, K. Uaughman, cert. I locker have Just closed a meeting at DoMr. A. S. Hobertaou, Jr., and wife, left on titled at the lime, lo vole lor llepresenia. wonld bealmost priceless to those who No. Lv. Lexington 4pu.Arr. alaya villa 7 SSpia 10. Uest do, and hone colt, J. P. Itlfle, Thursday, for Petotke, Michigan, or a live, such knowledge to be based 1 Ki ruXrromtUseliUUigcoiupUlotl but ers' Church, in Harrison county, which ream assaiu ' No.ll knowledge of Ihe does not iiidheT, and Bios No, 10 Majsilll SSSau. " Lrxlngtou 9 lOau fishing tour. They will be abient about a ther upon the cronal sulted in 17 additions, There had been no prem , W. F. Hickman, Doyle, cert. will and the No. 11 " WajsiillllJlpm Ui Injun a 43 pin Or upon satisfactory informa aasessor; 17. Best buggy horse, J. M.Minor,Uoyle, month Mr. Wm. Ayres, of the Louisville tion obtained by the assessor dliecllv from No. " CoTluilon S&Spiu " Kalmouth I put regular preaching at the church for four Wtlu without thcu, Dut after all sick hud No. 7 ' laluioulu 413.ni" Coslngtoii slOau bar, I visiting friend In and near Danville. the person whose name is cnrolld; 3 Or years, but the people were 10 much awak- prem , Cecil Bros. & Hue, cert, No. II btauford Junclani rails 103 I u 18. Vest buggy mare, J. B. Hundly, Mr. O'Harra, Mrs. Tibbies and Mr. upon satisfactory Information under nalli, No. 4 aud No. S dallr belaeen Cuilnslou and ened during the meeting that they raised own knowledge, ou others dally excrpt buu 'ay. Lalngtou, Glasscock, of Willlamatown, who have from those who, ol their $2o0 to secure a pastor and gave $20 lo the Boyle, prem , Warren Kuuell, cert. testily In Ihe fact which are necessary to many lives that ha la where w to 19. Best pair mart or gelding In peed been visiting Mrs. J. S. Van Winkle, went such qualification; and for enrolling nanus Kvaunelical fund. i& Sir'greS boast. Oar puis cara It wbJU Vor tickets, The following sentence taken from one ring, ltuitell A Hue, Boyle, $2) prem., J. M. home Wednesday. Mr. Ilernhard Cobn, without such knowledge or information, OthusdouoL rales aud Information pertaining to - time, connections, Ac , II on or sddnts sj&rtcr s Luua uerr u "r brother, auch assessor shall be deemed guilty of a Of New York City, It visiting hi of Mr. llarnca' letteial going the round Minor, cert. UfcO. II MlKINNEY, raawnor Agent. Onsor twopuismanssoos. or misdemeanor, and fined twenty dollar for verviuTtaUkc ,,---- -. , 20. Special premium by W, II. Smith to M. Louis Cobu. Mis Yurie Power,man. W..J Hl.nUd, Kf . of tho press, prefaced by the remark that puree, but by their fiuti action pieasaauwuo tich and every name o improperly enroll C UBIIOWN, U.W.BKN DK.lt. "he thus advertise the engagement of hi beat boy rider, wa given lo Jimmy Itlfle, ager of the Telegraph office at thia place, ed, which fine shall be enforced In any uiolbeiu, InvlalsatJllceutslfTalortl. BoU Hupwlulaudeut. Oan'l 1'aaa. A Tal. AaU will lake a vacation of a month, beginning court of competent jurisdiction, and be for l druia:lalae,vuy wu.uc, w stue mau. daughter, Mia Marie:" "She lost her heart and the red ribbon to Fred Peacock. W B McUosxars, LoulyrtcVst Asuti stag v The day has been most delightfully next Wednesday. She will first visit her the benefit o( the common school of the CAKTEH MEDICINE CO., New York. at bis Drug tslor. tn Tennessee, and the attachment, which I Illicit 3 lirst-cla- s ATToiiNr.Yy blue-gras- s psge AX-TOItN- Cotlee-tlo- ns Court-hou- HUItOJJON 8-- OJilN'riHT. 0fflc-8o- aJH.Lm loi-ly- JOS. SEVEItilWCE, J. ROBINSON LOUIBVILIiL, TO THE PUBLIC aiiiivriivo.- Lan-easie- r; 11 -t r, a MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr its Reputation, I- NOTICE ! li3-2- m n, cai-e- Danville Fair FRANCIS HOTEL. - Esonrsion Trains OTANITOItl), I KY. JDK. Refurnished and llcilttcd T. E. SMITH, M true-blu- e I, Notice 1 Commercial Traveler TO COKTKACTOKS. lC5-t- nt a ESTILL SPRINGS! CIIffCINNATI! if f g 157-1- CARTEriSl lliia tu ntv-fiv- e PIUS. " ... CUBE lUpuL. d cut-awa- y SICK 11 HEAD ACHE 1 . Speoial Rates Emigrants, .,.ii.A Tlio first day or two after tho birth o) Calamity in tho nnmo of n man ha lives at tho gold camp of Cummins City. our child is moro or leas indistinct In Ho has another nnmo, but nobody socras onr memory. It don't seem toltevcry In know what it in. It lion been lorn oil definite or fixed. Floating through our wild Witsto of brain thero U a chaotic Jnly 27, 1883 tho wrnp)cr soma way, niil so tho lioys panorama, and tlicto seems lo l nothing Friday MorniBg, call him Calamity. Lust spring he had n littlo domestio but n mixture of events. Wo seo in out mind's oyo an oxcitod young man trouble, and his wifo mado complaints rLEASANTniKS. prauclng wildly through tlio moonlight that Calamity had wom out an old A max in known by tho comiwny ho down town, Tho solemn IiuhIi of midshovel on her, trying lo conkeeps out of. vince her olioul soma nbslruso theory of night secina to pcrvado everything. Tho young mau seems to havo dressed himWhen lio enmo liomo tipsy I in tolJ bin hk wlfo ho Intel lier n oat rdirrrTnruling. Tho testimony Deemed rather against self in n hurry, and ono suspender in To makr a Bncocmful rim for ofllofl ft Calamity, and tho miners told him that hanging down by his side, lio rings :i door-boand a physician cornea to tho limn muat imitato snow. Ho must como m noon an they got over tho rush a little down occnslonnliy. and hod tho leisuro thoy would liavo to door. Thero is a hurried conversation and wish I wm n pudding, mnmmiv" hong him. Ono evening, after tho work of Iho then all is still. Protty soon two meu ' Wiy V " 'Causo I wouU linvo o, lot day wsn dotio and tho lxys had eaten pass up tho street. of sugar put into bio." ono "Iris only after long reflection that I thoit suppers, bo of them suggested I It is A beautiful parn good timo to hang to an outcrtAnimont with nny young tlinfit would go I Calamity. So thoy got things in shnpo boiled child is nestling in a roll of nnowy man," said tho maiden to her mirror. I Anil Tlio father gets a magnifying .., ij.jj U1UIIM11U ...... .Vfltlt .1MT. n,. 4llA 111.. T.nutti blanket. ....... ..u Wiikn a woman lonrcs n man who has bridge. glass and looks at tho feature. not earned liis salt for years, ho immediTho nurse tells tlio father that tho Calamity was with them. They got ately advertises that ho will pay no debts things roady for tho exercises to begin, child is tlio living picture of him', and of her contracting. and then asked tho victim if bo had tho onraged parent brains tlio uurso with A OKiiTAix gentleman must linvo booti 'anything to say. Ho loosened tho ropo ft decorated washbowl very proud of his wife when ho ki-- f around his neck n littlo with ono hand, First day Tho child ojious its mouth cribed her as "lcaulifnl, dutiful, youthso that ho could speak with moro free- twio, emitting a falsetto wail that makes ful, and an armful." dom, and, holding his pantaloons on tho cold chills go all over tho adjoining block. Em Psrkinb cays Tssas is tlio largest with tho other, ho said : Second day Tho child passed a "Gentlemen of tho convention, I Btato in tho Union. Now tho Stalo will night. Moro comfortablo thin hvo to bo surveyed all over again to call you to witness that this public Tho father goes down demonstration toward mo is entirely un- tho parents. ascertain if that is wxTcxai Slftltiyt. town at 2 o'clock a. m., for a soothing sought on my part, I havo never court"This is a sad commentary on our potion for tho child. Oots ouo for himboasted civilization," a tramp despond-ingl- y ed notorioty. ' Plugging along in comparative ob- - self at tlio samo timo. observed, when ho discovered that Third day Respiration normal, pulso tho ham ho had taken from tho front of sen ity is gexxl enough for mo. This is tho 11 ret timo I ever addressed an audi- - regular, amount of laudablo howl maa shop was n wooden one. terially increased. cuco. That is wliy 1 am embarrassed A rKnrKCT jam is mado of plum, and Tenth day Tho mind begins to and ill at ease yet a perfect Jamb is never out of plumb. and tlio father notices that Ids "You havo broughtmo lurotohnngmo "Think of it," Bays tho Emigrnnt Oaul, Itccnuso I seemed harsh and severe with child has no teeth, and will havo to bo "and yet Frenchmen aro expected to my wifo. You havo entered tho hal- fed on ground feed and brou mash for writo good English just tho same," lowed prescuco of my homo lifo mid as- - sonio timo. " A good husband makes a good wife," burned tho prerogative of subverting my Fifteenth day Tlio child passed Uia Bays a philosopher, but ho stops thore, household discipline. night pawiug tho air and rehearsing u and don't say what ha makes her do. " It is well. I do not caro to livo so voluntary in O, fifth added lino above. Probably bin' Id tho firo for him in tho long as my authority is Twentieth day Signs of internal disquestioned. morning and sit up lato for him at night. You havo already changed my submis- turbance, with indications of squalls aud " WnAT kind of a mark is that t " said sive wifo to nn arrogant and tho pnlo-blu-o colic Mngrady to his friend Talthorpo, pointTwenty-firday Fell out of bed with woman. ing to n scar on his face. " It's a queshavo always been kind and thought- out fatal results. tion mark," replied tno other ; " got it ful to her. When sho had to go up into Thirtieth day Began to notioo th for asking a man 'if it was hot enough tho gulch in tho winter after firewood, father, and manifested a desire to bo for him.'" Puck. my coat shielded her from tho storm como moro thoroughly acquainted. Fortieth day Tlio dissipated flush Hoe.se : bridal rcoption. Several of whilo I sat 'alouo in tho cabin through caused by lato hours and constant at tho guests, after shaking hands with tho tho long hours. I could name other of unselfishness on my part, but tention to vocal musio began to dls brido, and all sneaking at tho samo timo : armoar. "Whoro is tho bridegroom?" Brido I will not tako up your timo. No noticeable chango for several "Death with its wido wasto of eternal naively: "Oh, he's up stairs watching I calm nnd its shoreless sea of rest is a months, except tho growth of tho brain tho wedding presents. to mo. I go, but I leave in nnd partial disapxearanco of gastric bat. when does this train leavo? " 8'k1 relief rebellion. your midst a skittish and "What aro you asking mo for? Goto Tho growth of the mental faoultios who will mako Homo howl. I the conductor ; I 'm tho engineer." " I .widow seemed thon to bo moro noticeable, so engineer; but you tcqucatli her to this camp. Sho is know you'ro tho that nt this date tho child already seems might givo n man a civil answer." " Yes, yours, gentlemen. Sho is all I have to givo, but in giving her to you I feci that to know moro than tho old people. Tho no civil engineer." but I'm my untimely death will always bo mental expansion of tho juvenilo is llKLATioNsnirs aro rather looked irpou in this gulch as a dire something that is simply appalling. Scot-lausometimes, both in Ireland and Nyo's Boomerang. calamity. "Do you know Tom Duffy, " Tho day will como when you will zoxa mux ax it animals. Pat?" "Know him, is it?" says Pat, look back upon this awful night and air in. Referring to tho wonderful feats ' of "sure lie's a nearrolation of mino; ho wish that I was alive ngain, but it will onco wanted to marry my sister, Kate." swimming performed by Webb, tho bo too lato. I will bo far away. My Tux following laconia correspond- soul will bo iu a land whero domestic opinion is expressed iu Mature that men ence is reported in a Maine paper : infelicity and cold feet can never enter, and animals would Biistain themselves woter much of toner M. Y, " Do mo tho favor to lend mo a "Bury mo at tho foot of Vinegar for long distances in dollar to get my cow out of tho pound." hill, where tho sago hen and tho fuzzy were they not incapacitated by terror or Q A. D. would, but I paid my last bumblel)CO may gambol o'er my lowly completely ignorant of their real towers. dollar to tho boys to tako tho cow to the grave. '" Some years sinco the second' mato of pound." i When Calamity had finished au ima ship fell overboard whilo listing a A touno couple, havo just begun promptu caucus was called, and when it sail. It was blowing fresh, tho timo housekeeping and wish to engage a was ndjourned Calamity went homo to was night, aud tho place somo miles out Josephino presents his cabin to surprise his wife. Shu iu tho' stormy German ocean. Tho rehervulf. After detailing tho duties hasn't fully recovered from tho Hnrjfriae hardy fellow nevertheless managed to quired, tho lady of tho houso remarks': as wo go to press. 111(1 ATie. gain tlio English coast. Brock, with a 'Well, my good girl, I think you will dozen other pilots, was plying for fares MAX V.VIilUt Tlllt JIKll. be suited ; the work is light, and. fe At a summer retort not fur from Elmira by Yarmouth, and, nsthomaiushectwas have no children." Josephino (with a ttclayed, u Buddeu puff of wind upset " Oh, madam, do not a terrible tragedy camu very near gracious smirk) Two ladies occupied tho samo tho boat, when presently all perished put yourself out on my account, I beg. room together; and as soon as thoy had except Brock himself, who from 1 in I adoro them." the afternoon of an October evening to bod ono "Mr poor boy," exclaimed the anx prepared their toilots for and with of 1 tho next morning swam thirteen miles, them very thoughtlessly, a ious mother, unwindiug the bandago beforo ho was able to hail a vessel at that was wrapped around his "light groat lack of wisdom, blew out tho light anchor iu tho ofllng. Animals thembeforo cither one of them had taken tho duke," and exposing to view tho skinned to look under tho bod for tho selves aro capablo of swimming immenso and bleeding knuckles, "how did you precaution prescuco of tho usual and expected distances, although unable, to rest by over como to do it? What on awful tho way. A dog rooently swam thirty burglar. Tho fact tliet tho If conflagration or looking hand miles in America in order to rejoin his hod, in addition to their uuduo should set in, what would your master. A undo and a dog washed overunfortuit father say?" Tho poor boy haste in extinguishing tho candlo, for- board during a gale in tho Bay of Biscay gotten to provido themselves with didn't seen to tako a very" ready grip on matches added very seriously to tho havo been known to mako their way to ha problem thus presented in reference complications and hopes and fears of tho shore. A dog h worn ushoro with a letter to his paternal parent, but his face lit terrified females. It could not bo denied in his mouth at tho Capo of Good Hopo. up with something liko snvago satisfacHint thero was a man under tho bed, and Tho crew of tho ship to which tho dog tion as ho observed: "If you think that's to go to bleep without on exploration of belonged all porinhed, w hich they need .refill, mother, you ought to ueo Bill tho premises would never do. Ono of not have dono bad they only ventured to Bobbins' uoso " them secured au umbrella, and while tread water liko tho dog did. As a liitorur.n OAi;uxtctt on nu.ilXKSs sho laid herself ou tho edge of the bod certain ship wan laboring heavily in tho C U.l LI FIG A TIOXS. sho thrust tho umbrella under tho struct- trough of tho sea it was found needful, " Do odder day," began tho old man, ure, and went through as many motions in order to lighten the vessel, to throw meiuWrH took their as a mau does at a circus when ho stirs boino troop horses overboard which had as soventy-eigh- t Tlio poor seats and turned their faces toward his up tho animals. What was her horror, been taken iu at Corunua. desk, ' ouu ob our rneo applied fur a therefore, when tho other end of tho things, a Htaff Burgeon said, whon they txjaiahuu iu a biznoss Iiouho hcah, an umbrella was grasped by a firm hand; found themselves aboudoued, faced round doy sent fur mo to ox about his characand, sum sho had at last found her and sworn for miles after the vessel. A ter. Now what d'yo s'iwho doy wanted burglar, with a scream that awoko up mau ou tho oast coast- of Liucolushiro to know? Doy didn't ax mo if ho wore tho wholo hotel sho threw herself ovor saved qtiito a number of lives by swimgood cloze. Doy didn't ax if ho had a to tho back uldo of tho bod, where iu ming out on horseback to vessels in disJxix in do pos'ofllH. Dey didn't ax if he safety reclined her companion; andwhon tress. Ho commouly rode au old gray could run a iarty, drivo u fas' horse, tho latter sarcastically handed her tho mare, but when tho uiaro was not at play poker, talk pollyticks or load de umbrella, and said that perhaps sho had band ho took tho first bone that choir in cliurclu What thoy axed was : better stand it up iu tho corner, she was oficrod. 'Am din man nquar an' honest?' moro mad than scared, and vowed that XUKKU IIY ALLIUATOItS. tolo 'em ho was, an' ho got do place. if any mau was fool enough to stay under A mau who attempted last summer to Now let dia cuso bo a waruiu to yo all. her bed ho could for all bar. cross Caddo lake, iu Texas, iu a skiff Frills au' scalloiM an' bows an' trcrairo Tim number of womeu employed in containing a quarter of beef was actmay bo all werry well in sartiii case?, but pursued by a school of alligators. dey doau count iu bizncHS. In do fust tho railway offices of America is now ually Whon about a quarter of a inilo from place bo squar. Havo a word. Mako over 3,000. They get paid from $15 to shore eight of tho monsters, attracted dat word jist as good as a note. Bay 30 n mouth. Nearly all of them aro fresh lecf, attacked tho beat, whut yo mean, and mean what yo say. either tho widows, wives or daughters of by tho endeavoring to upset it, By bard row. If yo say yo'll do thus and so, do it defunct or active inalo employes ou tlio iug tho boatman reached a cypress tree whother yo lotto or gain. In do uox' differ cut roads. sonio distance from shore, which he place, bo honest. Make no debt yo canAn out town in tho Allegheny mount- seized, and abandoned tho skiff, lie not pay. Wrong no uiau iu buyin or ains consists of 1,000 or 1,700 nests, remaiued iu tho tree uutil uoxt day, steHln'. Tako whst'belouga to ye, an' w lieu two flehoriuoo, who wero crossing gin what belongs to odder. In ilia which riwi iu cones to a height of from tuo to 11 vo foot. The ground below is the lake, heard his crios and went to ay do humblest uiau in do land will his assistance. Tho alligators attacked command respeo' an' gain friends. We riddled iu every direotiou witbiubUrra-ucathe rescuers, but by a dexterous use of passages. will now attack do reg'lar order o' shottheir oars and a double-barreleHtbeet Talk. "How much letter jou gun they kuceecded iu keeping tho look, Mrs. S 1" "Yen, I Lave gained 32 enemy ut buy uutil the uufortuuutu man, Ir is now that tho young base-ba- ll poundj ou Hall's Catarrh Cure. Han not mote dead than alivo, could bo gotten player imagines that there is no future felt so well la 20 yean. It has made a out of tho tree and row ed rinfuly to shore. for him, because he is kept homo from complete cure and i worth f 50 a pottle to match to rake up tho garden-rubbislie honest and pay your ubecilplion. any out that has the catarrh." ind gut ready for a digging-bee- . a rxuxriKH ixcinrxr. DTAnr of a rtiinT n.tnv. TAMKS nU)tliLt r.OWJttr, OH XHh CHIRrB PIRrCTORT. VHK.1S, -- In a rtptccli at a Urea Fund Dinner, at Manchester, ling,, Minister Lowell said; "I think there in nun thing in which even those who nro Kslmtsticnlly Inclined will nny that tho world has Improved, nnd that in tlio prenn. Cheers.) It is certainly n long Mrldo from tho KOUTII -II. C. Morrlenn. Pastor. rViTKee ererr Hundar tnnrnln and Prayer Meeting erery night eirepl the third Sunday Thursday nlahl. el 00 A K Moriienn, fiiperiniennent. rleT II. jTf CTIIoiilST, Ill llT. inn Ml. JHaL. HM tAVN M Irtat. Wrt aU TRUE l. firub Strat Journal--na- ll "I lo p, solf-rclia- st "I from Thackeray's picture of tho pressman, which is only a generation old to such n table as this, and to a prosperity of Uie press which indicates n higher civilization, and which is also justified in tlio noble manner in which it is used. Cheers. Tlio great danger which thoughtful meu linvo always dreaded from the press was tho danger of irresponsible power, and Irresponsible jwwer hun, almost invariably, liccii power. But I must rny that in that rcspoct tho press has advanced iu tho right direction, and that such publicity as it gives is mora useful than harmful. Hear, hear.) I havo moro than onco protested against tho "intcrviower," who has certainly dono what fow men of gonitis liave nblo to (lo that is, to add a now verb (I will not say whether or not U is au elegant ono) to tho language, Laughter. But I must acknowledge that ho is frequently useful, and that bo enables public men out of power to mako speeches from which they would otherwise bo precluded. Hear, hear. And when I remember that tlio first groat and model interviewer was Boswell, I confess tliat my feelings soften toward tho whole race Cheers aud laughter. I alluded a moment ago to what is sometimes a or may becomo n very disagreeable lUsngrccablo and dangerous quality of tho prvm,.aml that is tho catering to a universal curiosity which loads to an invasion of tho privacy of lifo cheers, and which, if it justified all that has been feared of it, would mako us all live in n much fiercer light than that which Li said to beat upon a throne. But when Wo consider as I think all thoughtful wen BhAuld cdnsidcr that, I will not lay tlio majority, but to a considerable tortion of mankind, their consciences are external to them, aud that Mrs. Qrundy, in short, is a largo port of their law, I think wo con sco how in this direction tho press may be highly serviceable in promoting purity of lifo and a high codo of publio morals." y, d In-c- n Temperance Is not signing a pledge or taking a solemn oath that cannot be kept, because of of the cause the liquor. Thcwaytomakc a man temperate is to kill the desire for those dreadful artificial stimulants that carry so many bright intellects to premature graves, and desolation, strife and tin happiness into so many non-remov- Nnpeilnlendenl. on Hecond end r'ourth Hundaya, morning and eight. Prater Meeting erery Wednesday afternoon. Rnmlay Hchonl at 10 a. si. It, K, Harrow 13 OAPTIMT. ltT.J. M Have. Pastor, riertlrea f THK fkClWKWZ I kTfc I etlUUMMUtF. l V'k IM WeVVilABrW., ll.T.1 II IIINT1AN. Worship be the congregation Prverhlnt hr lftrd'a d J. W. IVit on Hecond and I'uuith lird'e ifsys. Itunday Bchool ! Htiprrlntrndcnt. at Jos ItefT I. .. MOUTH i)ltl.MIIYTKHIAN, rlchuil at .0. John W. c lr. AMKIUOAN Mutual Aid Society or ICstitt ttolcy. Upon enllillatlen I have acrepleil the aiency ftl Lincoln and tlerisrd counties of this most praise-worth- y and perfectly reliable Institution, the object oflhe A. M. A. Hurlrty being "to provide financial aid te the widows, orphan., heirs, lege-teand anlgns of tie deceased members.' No one should hesitate lo secure membership. It will arforil me pleaaura In give full li.lotssslloe le those drelrlag It and circulars showing Ilia object ol the ttirlety, nsmeeof theofllrera, Ac. 110 Wedneeilay nights. Union Prayer Meeting en OPERA HOUSE, bTANKDHIl. KV , W. P. WALTON, - Blseot8lage,0aM. Eight ery Ileasonable aa aboTe. Cora Proprietor. Htanford, Ky families. Itisafjctt Urown'sIrom ic Ionic, made in IUllimorf, Md.,lY the Drown Chemical Company, who arc old dni-rami in oicry ruitlcu-U- r reliable, will, by removthe crating appttite o( ing the drunkard, and by curing the iicivouineu, weakntf, and general ill health retailing from Intemperance, do more to promote temperance, In the ttucUrt seme then anyclhci means now kno n. IVallng rapacity, Including gallery, COO. rales lo good attractions. Address Mete sets of Scen- L blTTHiJ.atruenon alcohol- Stanford Female College. NIAMOItl), KY. With 4 ILINDDN a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL THE UKAMCHKa OK A This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Deesleo on the Id Monday In Mepteuber nut. 4 IiiNiminvo Com puny ! American Aneti, $5,212,737 81 Lonei paid in 31 years 931,000,000.00 in U. S. exceed Solid, Iomp lTltltotit THOBOUGHENGLlSHCOUnSE Are taught, aa wall as It is a well authenticated fact that many medicines, especially ' bitters,' arcnoth-in- g but cheap whiskey vilely concocted for use in local option countries. Such is not the case with Brown's I kom Bitters. It is a medicine, a cure for weakness and decay in the nervous, muscular, and digestive MOHIO. TUB liANaDAQKB. DRAW INO AND PAINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. HRN. N. V. TK4li:ilLtKT. fOI IU lrnniit am! Iloiinrablc l'aji (!U iluja' dlffOHitt. In Tuition, prices range from I2S to ISO In th Doei regular Departments Primary, ta; Internedlale 111); Prcpaisbuy, ItO, and Cblleglale, 1M. II laawiiaruiatiay, U tbe Leading American l'ollt lee written by Bniioen. imaiu, l7ee aua Blanlord, Lincoln iw., Ay, rlurljml. JOHN BIX DTIIKK M. PHILIPS, Agent FIHST-CI.AH- d or-fja- ns of the body, producing good, rich blood, health and strength. Try one bottle. Trice $I.OO. HALL'S 13 RECOMMENDED BY rHYBICTANfl) resented at the same egenry, III- - CXIMPANIKt) ren. Kates reseiuslle ''m-h-iv- n koijtj;. Railway. Paliico TO Louisville, New Albany & Chicago 01 ouiu-iand Oatarrri of tho Naanl Utcerntlrei Catarrh of ths Cnr. Cye or Throat. It la takon INTCRNALLV.and note DIRCOTLV upon th Blood nnd Mucous Burfnoss of ths Bietem. It If thei beat Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, nnd I worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT nlono. w Cntlty-Chronlo THK OXI.Y IJItK ItUNNINtl RICHMOND riilliuan LOUISVILLE Curs! PLANING MILLS! AND BOI.11) TltAIN-- J "I ablo-bodi- d. itr "I hap-pcuin- 1 eerie-sipletu- m Bummor-re-torte- rs THAT FL.W s X1U9 I have rwvnllr oprnnl to RlcbmonJ a Un inJ An old sailor said that there was nothroupttu I Unlng Mill, ami tiu prrptrf lu lutultb ONLY 1HIERNAL CURE FOMCAIASRH ing ou laud not to bo found in tlio sea. mitij una 01 ttriN Tin: makki:tax1 There nro son cucumbers aud carrots, and One) Hundred Caoj of not Curt.. BUILDERS' MATERIAL! And we offer Catwrrh It will Dollnre tor nny many other sea vegetables that lookvery AVILI. CliKH AM' VAKIL. much liko those whoso names thoy bear. IXCLUDlim Oflloe of A T Hnwanr lx' ( Cmcaou, III , Some of tho fish even havo names liko Flooring IfWsrs. F J, Chtntittplearara June. 4, ItHL yml WcntkerlionrdliiK, Hi.. 7Ufo, those of land animals. There are hog-fisInlnformln? (.enlreien. I take that bare ueexl llall'a Catarrh I'ura. It baa Doorx, NiinIj, ItlimlH, I.hIIih, cured I rne- -I wa.1 Tery s and and ilou't l.ralute to anycaaeof Olio very lovely fish is tho angel-fisHIiIiirIch. MotilrtliigH, Ntnl say 'hat II will cureYouri truly, CaUrrUlf taken properly. J, ll. WnTHtaroaa. But tho most curious of nil is tho , wuj-hAc. WOKTII alio A IIOTTI-K.'flying-fish- , which has brood fins like wrllca Hare La.1 K. Mranar. Jarkacn. cn it prim ucU m tu U wings. This fiab is shaped and colored Ai I MilIn buulivllle, Cincinnati, or trllclri vlicil- lx Catarrh for a year, llall'a Catarrh Cure cured bought other nie. tmld(r It worth JKUO bollte. . l.y all DrutrlataotJicta.r'-rbrittlnsomething liko a mackerel. Its back is aai aoiuei, 1 am mra 1 can make II 10 70m I (XX la iiUmoIm bout iDitltullon. I am KanufartureU an.1 al.l ur r J CllKNUY bine, nnd its under jmrts aro white. alio a practical toto lTvrleU, TOLEDO, OUIO. When it flics it takes short flights from Por sale In Htanford by Tenny A McAllstrr. tho top of ono wavo to tlio top of anothcan fly, in this And au pre arnl to furntth Jralgnt ami retlualfs er. Tlio far bulMlugi and all klMa of acrull work. way, from a high iolnt on n tree to ono That I am tlolog nj small builneas, cau m Judgthat mj lower down. They uro plentiful near ed fromlath fact iff wnk.bank, account runa fruin 12.(100 SIMM Contracting and building don promptly and at id tho West Indies, whero tho water liviug ltra. AutirfM DK. OANN'S KEMEDIES I ;0tt-lr- r warm. In tho morning tho sailors may O. H. NTAiTOUIl find a dead fish on the deck. It had FOR THE MILLION. seen tho lights that tho vessel carries at ! MANUKAtTUItKI) IIY W. K. OANM, M. D., night, and flown toward them. It could MONTICELLO. KY. fly high enough to reach tho vessel's Tola li to notlfr tli puMlethat KlKtlona will deck, but could not lly acrow it. It bshaldou tho tut Jloinluu ') out The wurU Is filled with the wonderful. Uaull. lo Walnut Flat, yet ful and Intentions ol may havo struck a boom or sail, aud aafullowt: 111 tarancy, and In si Justus of tho combinedIntricate and genius Ibit msn,world all the I'rac to uie District for has or the talent fallen dead from tho blow. After this Constable to fill a tiiincj. In Turiifrstlllo Dis er known bss ncrrr produced auy thins that can Medical trict lor umsiabio in nil Tscancjr compare wslh "Ir. Oann'a Itemclles.'' thov grow moro numerous, and you will I6M Ut dlworer haee, aa yet, J. X. JiKSliFKV, . L. C, sklllsndaclence to them, for thetailed of the dts- any thing eiusl cure eeo them In tlio dny time. They fly out easee for which they are remmmended. Aa ttwlr ar Tliouun.iioffrftTf inrougn-ou- t ana uitra are prsi.i oy of tho water in front of tho ship, in little uuiiaJIj roLUi of their virtues length aud breadth ol imiussnas and as the land, the llcllUat. l.Tfl (JfOloUKf-Htandard Paiulle Uedlclnea, they cannot be exgroups, looking like flocks of swallows. liapplntMinJ hcUb rw celled, an I are fully aubstsullatod by the strong-m Their white sides will gleam like silver iiuixi vj um 01 id great est tttttliuuulals. ConsumpCoughs, (Vlds, Croup, in. tho sun. Thoy can not fly fur GERMAN INVIGORATOR! Fortion and all Dumuom ol llroochllla. and Lungs, the Throat 100 yards. Aftor wetting their Which potlllrclr and pcrnia Dentin curra linpo' Ijho ntiiiiii'H CoiirIi Njrup. ol anjr wings, or fins; thoy thon cuu fly farther telicu, (caused bjr tacrmrs dUt kind,) Mruif.a thai follow fVeitkiim, and allloss of enerfjr. kseol for Llrer Com pUlnt,Iywisis, Indlcestlonjaun-dice- . on. Thoy look as if thoy uujoyed their sequence of memory, unit trial lassitude, pain In lbs back, Constipation, Hour blomachand all Ullloua lifo in tho air, but thoy do not always fly dlmneae of vision, premature old efe. and uanr Dlsoaaes, other diseases that lead to consumption and a pre- for pleasure. Tho dolphin, a very fierce rnaiure grave, w nenu rur circulars wiiu Uho Dr. Waiui'M Cure. The lSVHIOHATOH hj fish, huuts them la sold atfree per mall. oral a boxes for S, by all and box, II For Itheumallsm, Neuralgia, fpralns, llrklsea and be sent free by mall, aecurelr in tho water. When tho poor flyin- druggists, or win Hwelllngs-a- n external application fur man or sealed, on receipt tf price, by addreulog beast g-fish tries to cscapo him, the great V.J. CJIKMTx, 113. Adams street, Toledo, Ohio. Uho Dr. I.lnlitiviii. sua birds, tho gulls and poliuuufl, seize Bole agsut for lbs United Slsles. For Illes, Hemorrhoids, Uurni, Fistula and all them as they fly out. They are very good similar diseases, to cat. Tho peoplo lu tho islands about Representatiro Newspaper of the South Uho Giuiii'm I'llo Ulutiiiviit. wliich they live catch them iu dip nets THE WEEKLY For Fresh Cuts, Hums, Ulcers and Old Mores, and fry them. h, s, toad-fishes. h. riair yjs CHICAGOl HricrHL HoTlia. I'stitera Iroiu Ibe Knex-vl'- le lirauchofl. A N. It. IU arrive In Lovlivtlle la llmelo lake the evening train of tbe "Muooa ILMite" aud go through la (IroniMatlr. C'rnnrurdgTlllr, Ijtfajf tte nnd t'liirnfro nltliout chanpr. -timi: taiili HTAIIU.Nn. lJ lolly. 1 Dally. Ul V Arr. (IrrencMlle. .... " Crawlordsvllle.. Ulayetle Lve. Louisville. .. ... MU-I- ' Chicago lUm a II a as I ii vl p ( aw IMpH 4 a ui 1 01 pm au TWaki It pie ARCHITECT, The most direct route, wlih only one change o( cars, load points In laronsln, Mlnneeola, lewa, ebraska, Ac Foe lurlber luloewatloii. adJreea MUltllAY. KKLLLIl.!). P. A , latulivllle, Ky 12. tu flying-squirr- Afflicted, Attention LrfuiSVILLFlMteHVI'fr THE GREAT p MJ Election Notice lr lipnf Through Trunk Line 4mmww Wllbout Change and with Speed UnrUale&f SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE ROBBED J. per-hnp- H lir. raou lotuviiLi to Tin I.Itlt SOUTH & WEST Wltkeut PULLMAN GARS' taehvllle, change te Memphis, Little llock, Mentgomsry, M.iaitiss PtSf aiaiuax.it Jixkonflllv Jotil, oJ KwUiltof. rj BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In Palace Cars Without Chsngs. lir. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST t'ross Seeking homes on the O line ol this road will receive special low rales. Dee Agents' of Ibis Company for lairs, routss ic, or wilte c. P. AiKOIIF, 0. P. & T. A. " Louisville. Kr. Louisville la Palace Cars wllbout change, 1 Uerman newspapers AlAinr have reached a ripo old ago. Of tho that aro now in oxistonoo, uinoty-eigh- t wero born in tlio last century and a few in tho century before. One at Frankfort is 2G1 years old, ono at Magdeburg 253, and ono at Lcipsiu 207. Of papers whoso ages average from 80 to 00 years, thero aro 260, while those that average from&O to 21 number 1,127. Permanence in nowspapcr oxisteuco in Germany is not, howovcr, tlio general rule. Of tho papers that wore iu circulation during tho year 1880, 20 per cent.camo into existence lu that samo year, and their averaga life was not moro thau six mouths. Courier - Journal AN OUOANOF CMIPDJIIUTC I OIlltltHMll. Uho Dr.faiiun'H Moiuacli A Uho Dr. (aiuii.'. lUllcr-Nwv- ct IilttcrH Live Issues, Living Ideas Am Enicvr Or Purifier, and alsii cure Dyteepsla, Indigestion, Liver ComplalnL Malarial revers and all periodical Diseases. Manufactured aud (or sale by and I'.lonl ItelisblaTonle.Apitlier Don't Bo Led Astray! MONOPOLIES, OLIGARCHISM I Ily the ecullarly rrordrd advertlsruieula of rival routes, which are Halle lo deceive the public. Tbe shortest aud Quickest Itoute from CincinBole proprietor, Montlcello, Ky. "AII orders M-- tl nati West la the by mall w III receive pioiupt allentlon. W. IC. 2&. 3D., THE SPI11IT OP SUBSIDY As embodied E & MISSISSIPPI 10 R. W. In That Thieving Tariff THE Kentucky's Iloura ! Koulo roa East Cliiclnimti to St. Louis Hours ahead of allolbtr lines. , i Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. L The people of Iceland, with a population of 80,000 inhabitants, support five Iu Reykjavik there nro uowspaiers. two hajotd (the poetical name of Iceland), which U advanced liberal, and J)Jcxloliir (tho natiou's wolf), administration organ. At Akwroyru thero ure (tho Northerner), alsotwo of republican opinions, aud IVcoU i (the The fifth Wiso Ono or Intelligencer). is published ut Eakifyordur, and is called bkuld (tho Futuro), and is very and bold, iu itd uamo booms to indicate. T WEEKLY C0UEIER-JOURNA- The only line runnlug - Ilea no eunerlor aa a areat tauilr and iiolillcal paper In the newspaper world. Its circulation la Thai any political newspaper In the Uoulb, and la excelled br but few In the United Mates. It con jMA'r timks i.auoku u bw-sew- ." d Nevaui's finances aro in a bad condition. Her tuna r.ro Buid to bo increasing, while tho aligned valuo of property diminishes. Hho finds it hard to pay current expenses, and lias a funded debt of $557,017, au wliich bho must pay 0 ' ei' cent, interest. Hittino Hull wears spectacle wanU falne tcctb, h auJ ' tains each week the most complete summary of tne news or me woru. aim 11a euiioriai columns are always (Henry Watterson, tditor-lu-ChleI.eiilttilllu.G'liicliiuiMliiiiitl.rx-liiKtonable, strong aud bright. Among the Ky., lUl'ECIAi. FEATUUKH P.Uv Two Moure Leae Tluiooo the liliy cars, and has change of can Are TelrfrsbblcHiwclsIs from all the leading uolnla thau by other llnca. In the United Blaies aud Kurope. ckrlal and CJbort Htoiiea.Talniagt'ecieriuous Ibeilsy alter delltery The O. X' M. Is the only line with I Dally Tralua from Clurlunatl to HI. Iiuls, maklug direct in tirooaiyu lauernacie. aiaraet iiefiorie, raau. loo Lutters. Turf and block Uewirls. Answer to couuKlloiia lu tbe Uulun Depot tat bu Lyulslwltb Correspondents' Department, Poetry aud Depart Connccllng In same depot with fast trains lor Mleaourl I'sdllc lUll.sy, Bl. Louis, Iron Mounueut lor Children. Mo Home lu the Country tain A southern Itallwayj Chicago ft Allou Uall. abould be without It. roadj Cblisgo, llurliuiitou A tlulucy lUllroad: Keokuk A bt. Louis Uatlroadj Wabash, HL Louis A HimsCHIi'TIOS TKUXHl l'acloo Itallroad, Missouri, Kausaa A Teaaa Uall Dally, 111 a year, riunday, 12 a year) Weekly, alogly copy one year, 11.60; lire copies, one year, The Direct Eoute to Lynchburg, Dan way, nt Louis A dan Krsoclstv Itallwsy. IVAO. Alter a club ol five has been aeut us the ville, Norrolk, Irapreti This Upon Your Memory. club raiser can. throughout the year, add alugla aubstrlpllori st our lowest club rate 11.10 for alio yearly aubscrlMloua. The O, Jit 31. It the only line by which you Yearlr subscrlntloue onle cau be received at this rale. Our terms lor leae AU Virginia and North Carolina csu get through csra Hum Cluciuuatt tobt. Louis without par lug ettra tare lu addition to money than a yiar are II for eight inoutua; 78 cents Fointa. pall for tkkel. for six mouths; to cents for three months. For A sample copy of Weekly VuurltrJuutnal Is sent apply to Ticket tickets, rates, or any lutoiinalloo, call so For tickets and turlbsr Ageuts of connecting lines. free of charge lor etamlnallon on application. your nearest ticket oUtre, or luforiastlon, a.ldresa -I- NLiberal cash touiiuU.loo allowed cantsssera, aud f Please call at 169 Walnut si, U outat sent Ibeut free of charge. Addnu wtKou"B ' and uoUi, JAHIM l. KKNHT. lilllbllinAlllorDepolfoolofMlllslrvet, W. N. IIAMIKMAN. (leul. Western Agcut, President Courier-Jouro- sl Co., Loutirllle, Ky. V. MhIm h I., Louisville, Ky. W. W. PL'AIIODY, 310 W. B. 8IIATTUC. Uea'l Manager. Uou'l Passenger Agt O, W.NMsTH, II. W. VUI.I.KK, UudnnalL JJemooratio and for a Tariff for r treui raaa-- arn uea'i aaiuajcer, V. UILL, Pasaeugcr Agent, Lebanoo, Ky J, only. KlcuuouJ, YlrgtoU. 2 till. A SOlilDTRAIN 2 2 , Hours PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPINO OARS WI Dally Trains, wllk not bangs of cara for auy assrngcre. Dally Trains to Louisville, with Free Tartar Cars. Dally Trains to Kvausillle, 4 hours In advance of all other routes, with oue lose change ibuaol Dally Trains to Cairo, T hours quicker than any other line, and uo change often. Dally Tralua lo Mew Orleans. Mo change of cara from Cincinnati. 12 Taifh"" ,li,a CMcn 1UMtmt0 Kansas WASHINGTON CITY. ninrinnaill