You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal: July 31, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883073101_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: July 31, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. emi- VOLUMli. BR510. lieflli libfii initial STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 3!, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 108. Proctor Knott en the Stato Hnanett. Cant Bo Ihlped d OUR LITTLE GIRL. ,1 When tho domocratio party camo Tho Now York ,S'nii, in a double-leade"Com l.llli'r, pin madcap darting I " Into power in 1807 Iho debt of tho editorial, says: It is very I rati tnj W. P. WALTON. Editor and Proprietor " I MJ, (till t lull I ilonr In tha lux!, ltd irirt Hlato amounted to 81,011,109.10, bow strenuously cvcrylwdy f Who alii Hytrin aa with an annual accruing interest of insists that Mr. Tilden ought ta be Too wall lian hi. I jour no wr wj, fubUnhnt Tttrmilntin ami Frtitnvt, $.102,219.27. WMIllll')nu Iato tAltiln.l) To meet this liability tho domocratio candidate for President Dut minima iniw what'i In! for you tho resources of tho sinking fund wcro in 1881. It seems to lie almost in AihI Uut rii lwj Unit " IM?K ANNUM. setdownnt 88,022,31121. Our ro vain for him to rcfuso on tho ground Ho 1 kM lif r of Oamatrtanca, An lb frtrful burning MpJ publican friends loir.o bold of theso of personal disinclination and diminDo ou tlilnk," Ml.l I, audi a cLIIJ aa that irrifaaa don't aanl atampa In rwjnwnlar auk- - figures, and exclaim in pious indigna- ished strength. Tho republicans say " li.va Id Ilia ifilpllon, fpt to maaa chant?, in I Ihfn of - tion, "tho domocrats went into power thnt ho can not Im sinccro in such a An.l ininullur woiiH onl Hli wMp? aad weiil the rtory Of tlila Im o nol.lo ami braro, nomlnitlnn not o w thraa rntt. with n surplus of assets in tho sinking resolution, nnd myriads of domocrats .. Wbo wonlil hot .tare to tllaibey fund over tho liabilities of tho Btato nro unwilling to resign tho hopo of Krrn lila Ufa loaara. AflC of 83,111, 11 1. 75 what has becomo voting for him. Thero is great reaflirf risurot. Sam Tbcn tier ajca grew Wight u tha mornlof, And tlwjr J It h a litlk lingular that llio rndi of tho monoy?" Hut lot us sco if wo son for this feeling on Iwth sides. It "Alii ah I thoughttoI, look m through) you unoVraUnJ caU. who iccm to Ikj tho chief boncfi' can not puocturo that bubhlo for grows out of nn irrcprcssiblo public Tla Icmoi, I hart In Ylnw, "Now, what do )ou think of ttiliUil, tnr loraf claries, should set up n howl over tho them. When wo como to look nt tenso of historical justice It has its Tell u all thai la In Jour lar." An thesa awcU wo find ibis item : "Tho root in n truo senso of Mr. Tilden s Htnlo's expcaJiturca for cliantio. " 1 Auk," alia Ml J, " ho waa ilrvSul goo.!, Hut ha waan't tha loail Lit ainart." investigation of tho rcconl shown tlmt Btnto owns stock iu intornal improve- intellectual resources nnd his life-loCKIraao Triliiur. ideas. No in 18C0 tho cxpcndtluro for chnrltien ments, (ho prosent valuo of which is devotion to domocrntie Tin: a ha rus.cu.LKV mikl. nu $201,070.22, nntl in 1881 it was uncertain, amounting in tho aggro-gat- greater compliment was over paid to In 1838 Ocn. Jouies WuUm Wubb 8 I9A .152 00. In tho Intervnl, tho to 8 1,8.19,170, nnd this consti- any public man than is paid to him in clmllengod Air. Nhtlrnu Oilloy, n mempopulation hail locii largoly augment tutes tho larger part of thathandsomo this varied yet spontaneous expression cl, and thero wad a natural causo for showing of over 88,000,000. Hut of popular sentiment. It is, indeed, ber of Congress from Maine, for thin liank transaction on eomo increase, and in (act, in tho mat' white tho par valuo of theso stocks a gravo public misforttino that Mr. tho floor of Congress. Mr. Ciltoy education, is was 81,8.19,170, what pray, was its Tilden feels himself obliged to withtcr of charity and public to meet him, on tho giouml that real valuo? Tho Auditor says "it is draw from tho nrenn of nctivo politifound tho only causo for increased ho was not rcsiwusihlo for words siokon Tho coat of maintaining idi- uncertain," nnd well ho might. Thero cal life, hut it is a nmfortuno which in debate. Mr. Graves, of Kentucky, Tho conpolntion Webb's friend, inquired whether ho took ots in 180(5 wai 822,870.01, and in is not nn intelligent man in tho Com- can not ho helped. to 1881 it wai 877,80.r.27, representing monwealth who knows nny thing about it is that his faino will remain, nny exception to Wobb which nunil)cr nearly nbout tho market vnluo of tho stocks and will grow brighter nnd brighter which Oilloy replied, "Certainly not ;" 1,00.1 idiots, of but that ho could nut nud would not bo . or 208, aro found in tho lClh which the Btnto held in n number oi as tho violenco of nntagnuiim is ex- responsible for words spoken in debate. tho only ono oftho decayed turnpike companies, who tinguished nnd tho splendor of his Graves reported tho judicial diilrict result to Webb, chiclly docs not know that it would not havo services is appreciated at its worth. 18 distrtcta which is composed who agreed to consider the affair at an ot republican countieu, and is presided aggregated ten cents on tho dollar, if end. Subsequently llr. Cilloy's friends, Tho democrats of Virginia, in conincluding Sir. liouton, censuredjin over by a republican judgo and Com- indeed it could havo !ccn sold In tho vention assembled, demand an immelanguage Cilloy's ground uf monwealth's attorney. It is easy to market for half that price diate abolition of tho internal rovenuo refusing tho challenge. Graves reluk-In point of fact I am informed that co how radical economy is expressed system; pledgo continued support to to tho lion. Henry A. Vino, tho present ol thoeo claims og'st. this stock was after sovcral years in the allowanco tho common schools, black and white Governor of Virginia, whutbod occurred tho treasury. If tho wholo Btnto was dropped out of tho usual estimate of alike, but opposes mixed schools; and tho filial settlement of tho afluir, iinlnrlminlplr manured as is tho the resources of Iho sinking fund bo fur civil service reform, nnd de- wheu WLso told him that Cillcy'a friends 15th judicial district, it looks proba-hl- causo it had no market value; hut nounce tho corrupt nllianco between vould compel him to deny tho ground that wo would havo an Immense putting it at twenty fivo cents on tho Mahniio ami the Administration nt of settlement, and urged him to get number of idiots and a pension lint hundred, wo find that instead of over Washington. As to tho tnrilf they de- Cilloy's siguaturo to a letter recapituthat would rtquiro a sale of half tho eight millions tho democrats hud only clare: Wo favor n tarifl forrevcnue,lim-ile- d lating what bud occurred, in a tnanser which was calculated to ploco him real cstnto to pay the taxca. This dis $1,122,31! assets with which to pay to tho necessities of tho Governin & very equivocal lKwition. Graves cloven counties, all of $1,011,190.10 debt, an actual deficit trict contains ment, economically administered, nnd adopted his counsel, nnd told Webb which, except one, gavo republican of 8188,810. so adjusted in its application as to pro- - what Webb begged ho intended. Hut to como dowi to actual cash vent unequal burdens, encourago pro him to do nothing uf tho kind, as it was majorities in the last Presidential election. Letchor wont democratic by 79 resources, thero was a balanco belong- ductive interests nt home, and nllord a driving Cilioy into a corner, insisting thnt (satisfied and Uio mat votes. Over and alovo tho amount ing to this fund oil hand on tho 11th just rmnittiiftation to laltor, hut not to ho (Wobb) being ter disposed of, nobody had a right to of Uxoa paid by this republican dis- ol Oclolwr, 1805, of 83.10.CCC.8a. To creato or foster monopolies. meddle with or opon it, and begged trict, it drow from tho treasury In '80 this sum there hail hccn ndilcd vari Graves not to heed Mr. Wise's advice, As far ns tho Kentucky State can 1.15. In ous large umouuls Irouiycur to year, tho enormous sum of 891,95 d which could not fail, in tho 1881 it drow 872,291.05. After do aggregating, with this balance, up to vass devolves on tho democratic canstato of tho public mind, to lead to disconduct-oi- l ducting tho amount ol revenue pnid October, 1881, tho sum of 89,578,-851.7- didate fur governor it is lieing astrous results. lint Graves said: "No, with great vigor and excellent in by the) couutiex, it lina that tho Diirini? Iho situiu period I am advised to do this for tho protecProctor Knott has not tion of my own honor, and oxpciiM Iteyond receipts in 1880 were thero wits paid out in liquidation of judgment. I shall com equal to 80 for each lojjul voter in that tho principal and interest as it accru ottered a singlo word that nny ono pel mm to sign this letter, it is my affair I am attending to, and not yours' district, and In 1881 for each voter ed, and for other purposes for which could possibly object to. His speech85. It muit bo rcmemWed that this the fund was set apart, iho mm ol es havo been replete with humor and Wobb continued liia remonstrances nnd his entreaties to let tho matter rest ; but is tho cxittnso to tho Btato after jmy. $9,100,y00.1C, leaving a balanco to logic, directed to n discussion of prinall in vain. Graves bad been told by log back to tho district ovtry cent ro the credit of the fund ou the lllh uf ciples mid policies, nnd not to a vituown honor required tho peration of lwlilical ojijtoiients, or an Wiso that his allied from the taxes its counties hnvo Octoler, 1831, of $108,951.27. signature to tho letter, and ho detercollected ind paid into tho treasury. Now my distinguished friend knows arraignment of the oppposito party mined to have it Nover was there givsimply liccauso it is nn opponent. wholo amount paid (or criminal as Hell as I do that there has The en such thoughtless counsel to n mi aud honorable, man, nud the prosecutions in this district in 1880 nrcouut kept year by year showing Louisvillo Democrat. was $121,289.81, or over 88 for each from what sourco every ceut which Supposo tho Govern uicnt wcro to consequences wcro just what Webb had legal voter. In 1881 tho amount paid wo(.t into that fuud wus derived, and deem the tradedollars, giving tho predicted. Cilioy, who wis a brave aud man, smarting under thu for criminal prosecutions was showing Kptcilically the various pur- - holders standard dollars in exchango censure of his friends for having simply or over 87 per legal voter. lie for litem, how could thero ho n loss to done his duty iu refusing to fight a duel (ioscs for which it was paid out. Now contrast this district with tho knows moreover that this account has (ho Government? Tho trndo dollar has for words spoken in debate, most 15 ill, an adjoining democratic district, not only been kept in tho Auditor s enough silver in it in excess of the peremptorily refused to sign tho to him to or composed also of mountain counties, ollice at Frankfort, but that it lias amount of that iu tho staudard dollar letter tendered tho samo character of country, with been priutod aud published to the to py tho exjieneo of rccoinagc. The mako any explanation whatever upon no more legal vo world from timo to time, and can bo transaction would havo no clement of tho subject secretly rejoicing, nearly proving tcr. This district, presided over oy n found iu uny county clerk's oflico in loss or gain in it. It would simply be doubt, nt the opportunity ofduel from ho had not declined tho domocratio judgo, assisted by n demo tho Btale, and if ono mill of tho siuk an exchango oi tokens. It ought to that personal fear. Thereupon Graves sent cratic Commonwealths attornoy, of- ing fund has been misapplied; if one Ira done, and it willdodono.-Capita- l. a challeugo to Cilioy by Wise. They fers but 5G idiots, nnd in 1881 paid mill of it has been wasted, let hiiu Thero aro signs of awakening on fought with rifles, nnd Cilioy fell. Webb into tho treasury in excess of rovenuo step to tho footlights aud show it. If timo to tho present has uoer tho part of Kentucky democrats; but from that spoken to Wiso, and has always hold 810,387.91, or a litllo over 1 per le- ho can not, let him liko an honorable thero is still too much inditlcrcnco. him morally responsible for tho bad reWhat better wsuranco gentleman ceaso bis insinuations of gal voter. Democrats must wako up and go to sult, as ho also did Graves and id I who could tho pooplo oi tho Stato ask of mismanagement nnd corruption in work, or their majority in tho Stato know tho particulars of tho affair. In tho compctonco nnd integrity of dem- connection with it. will ho seriously reduced. Democrats tho Presidential contest of 1814 Mr. ocratic management, and tho danger Wiso attempted to mako Mr. Clay re At Lnukford's, below Ashland, im ought to make nolo ot tho fact that sponsible for tho death of Cilluy, but and impolicy o( republican rulo? Col. Morrow says thnt ho will receive mediately ou thowestof tho Richmond, Praukfort Yeoman. tho statement from the largest republican voto ever cast Mr. Clay called forth Graves, whioh completely exonerated Though tho telegraphers and many Fredericksburg aud Potomac railroad, in tho Stato. Commonwealth. bo seen tho remains of an old Mr. Clay, and in which ho stated that, other wickod pooplo ot various call- may grist-milnnd ou the east of tho rail Somo peoplo profess to eeo no differ- - after tho matter had been dually netGwrirr-Journ- nl ings aro givcu to strikes, tho tled to tho cntiro satisfaction of Gen. haa found ono class of work- road aro two largo white oaks over a cuco lietwecn tho republican nnd dom old. Tho old mill sito 'u point- ocratio party. Tho ono is for a strong Webb ami himself, Mr. Wiso had iners upon whom tho world cnu rely as century duced him to demand from Mr. Cilioy implicitly us do tho street car mug-nat- ed out m tho mill Henry Clay attend- centralized government with such a tho letter which led to tho duel, iu died when n boy, and under theso oaks mini ns Grunt nt its head, wlulo tho rect opposition to tho entreaties of upon their mules: law abiding nnd where ho sat ami played while wait- other ia for u government of tho peo- Webb; nud further, that Mr. Clay knew Perhaps the most patient persons in tho world nro the ing for his turn of meal. This mill ple, ruled by the peoplo themselves. nothing of tho matter until Mr. Cilioy to sign tho letter which nowspaper writers. Newspaper wri- is said then to ba tho only one in his Voto for tho party thnt suits you best. had refused Mr. Wiso had counseled, and wheu the neighborhood, n distance of five miles Carlisle Mercury. Tho intelligent ters nover Btrikc. question of veracity had thus been Col. McCarty says that tho custom compositors may riso iu wrath, but from his residence aud birth place, tight becamo inevitable. Slash- that young men have ot running their raised and a tho nowspaper writer quietly pushes and in tho district known as tho irrjMT's M'celly, 1858. his pencil, trusting iu Providcnco nnd es of Hanover, and doiignutcd him a arms under thoeo of their lady escorts Mill-boiuo ir.tiiii. of tho Slashes," these is regarded as so disgusting that it has his proprietor, and hoping for better "Tho Mr. ltobort Durdotto visitod a nail He his salary 810 or 810, it is old oaks uro on the land now owned. b?eu completely abolished iu Paducah times. "I factory, nnd relates an impression. all tho samo. Sometimes ho "so vera by Mr. CI. Ji M. Walton, and tho old among tho better class of young ladies watched tho noils," tio says, " us ttioy mill-sitMrs. Btebbius, ol and gentlemen, nud only a few that fell from tho ponderous machiuos, fust on that of his connection," nnd sometimes when can't road nnd don't know any better as rain drops, Straugo feelings and discharged, ho "resigns," but ho nover Ashland. "Hanover (Va.) Nows. fancies rushed into my mind luco a Elizabothtowu News. strikes. Tho business of the country Lawvi'.iw Who 1)i:ky thi: Laws. lo it. torrent. I stooped and picked up a is nover disturbed by him, and tho' Hilly Bradloy advertises himself in brand-noThere are distinguished men in noil as a memcutoof my ho and his proprietor often disagree us to day who notoriously tho Purchase country as "Tho Eagle visit, Kentucky to how a newspaper should bo managnover act in u murder caw except on Orator of Kentucky." Mr. Hradloy "Then I laid it down again sadly, ed, ho ever gracefully yields his own the eido of tho defense Theso men is not the first tomtit to imagine itself but not slowly. I have an impressiou' opinions, ami his politeness to tho sec- have studied carefully all tho tcchul an oagle. i nail, liko a uow-lai- d that a now-lai- d Hreckinridge Nows. retary nnd treasurer is a lesson iu civ- calites by which a i warm. And that it is far more jot conviction may An Illinois woman has done no egg, perceptible in tho ease of tho nail It ilization. Tho country little knows be averted and havo becomo adopts iu work since her conversion to shouting may not lie so inevory instuuee. I how much it owes to tho nowspaper thu peculiar methods of proceduro Methodism and her lunband has sued presume there may bo some nails laid writer. and Ilia peculiar stylo of oratory best thorov ivulist who was instrumental cold. But theouo I picked up was not Powdered rosin is tho best thing to adapted to befog tho minds of jurors not investigate any n destroying her household ufefuln(M. cold, aud I did stop blocdlag from cuts. After tho into committing tho crime of unjust further." The next domocratio platform will pawdor is sprinkled on, wrap the acquittal. Such men uro traitors to "Tuts boro worm Is injuring the oysAs tho Commonwealth, parasites In tho favor ft "tariff for rovenuo." The woid wound with a soft cotton cloth. exchange. Heretobo omitted for the sake of ter erop," says nu soon as tho wound begins to feel fe- body politic, jterverters (if law, aliot-tor- s "only"wlll fore ho has coutluod his operations to verish, keep the cloth wet with cold of crime, wholly uuprofitablocit- - brevity. Urevity U the soul of wit, wo tho editorial fraternity. Detroit JVec New York World. believo. water; Midway Clipper, liens. I'riu. ,lw-Ulo t nun tam is.ohkat iiitir.uy. 4f ng o ono-fiflh- then-heate- 8. t;m rounds il. policy obtaining in military cind. It is such nn anecdote, ns would havo delighted poor Charles Dickens, and servos lo remind us that his account of tho ciiciimloeu-lio- n oflico, with its " tactics, wns not so overdrawn nftcr all. A guard-rooclock nt Aldershot suddenly look it inlo its head to stop tickDJSAXjIJHH IN- ing, nud .i inquisition for its repair wns DrugH, WIuch, Wall S'lipcr. Mimical unit to the harrackmnilcr, who pruned JInnhM, CliciulrnlN, I.lqnorM, iHHlrumeiilH, , it on to tho ordnance storckcojicr, from 1'HliilH, Mnltoncrj-C learn, Pocket OHi HoapH, whom it went, first lo tho Qunrtermns-te- r XaIihcooh, Cnlticry, r.iuiipH, Pcrfiimcry, Anno, Machine General, and then Jo tho General comAccel lew. manding, who forwarded to tho Horse Our JcHCIry, KIlTcrwnro anil Optical Goods Department I. In Charge of Col. Guard, whenco it was relegated to tho Thoi. Illchartls, who will Itcpnlr Matches and Clocks Promptly nnd fn (do best War Oflico, where, after two or threo style. weeks' delay, tho required repairs were authorized. Hut before this decision was convoyed lo tho camp n question nroo as to under whnt voto thu cxicnso estimated uudcr $2 was to bo charped, each department positively declining lo bo rospousiblo for tho amount. Tho question was dually referred to tho Iff Treasury, iuvolvlug an important constitutional principlo, aud, after a further delay of threo months, it nas settled that tho li.irrack Department should licar thocxpeuso. But this was not an end of tho question. The corrcHiKindonro was transferred lo Aldcrshot, nnd, attor n fow weeks, a requisition for transjiort wns addressed to tho commanding ofllcor of tho military train, who sent a ammunition wogon, under tho escort of a sergeant and eight soldiers, to fetch tho IPHARMACISTS clock, which, howovcr, it turned out, -- DK1I.EU IX- had been removed, soon after tho original requisition had been sent in, by Boobs, somo meddling ignoramus totally devoid of appreciation for official routine, Tho rhyiycttni' preacitptlona accurately compounded. Alto correspondence over this precious clock had Listed eight months, and it is calcuI JKWJBl.KUMl lated thnt tho postage stamps and stationery, etc., alouo used over tho affair Trade Mark. Largest Stock or Watches, would have paid for ten new clocks, Clocks, Jewelry ft Mlrervrartt while, reckoning tho timo of tho oflleials Krer brought lo this market. Trlcm lower Irian employed over tho matter as worth their lhafircit. Watchce, Clorta and Jwelrr usual rato of pay, it would haro been a Warranted. saving lo tho country had tho Aldcrshot authorities erected n clock factory on e. purjioso to repair tho offending All this reads like one of Mark Twain's emigrant bursts of fancy, or n leaf out of ono of Charles Dickens' nov els, highly exaggerated, but it is nil sober fact, and such idiotic performance ou tho part of grown men may well mako -Englishmen wondor how the British military organization would stnnd tho Nice mid reu- sudden strain put upon it by a foreign Already tho bitterly-learnelessons of tho Crimea seem in danger of being forgotten. London letter. A funny sl. hifttraliro uf n M' ROuERTo&STAGG Opora Houso Block, Stanford, Ky. H. C. - RUPLEY KltClEANT TAIZ.OK, Stanford, Kentucky, four-hors- o Tmmm ffUte Drnga, Stationery and Fancy Articles. BIB,Ilegljterel. timo-pieo- Mwmjt iai s Wm SITIiLIBILIKI! A-kTID HABFESS SHOP. Fino Turnouts. soiiuble. Kates I will lot or Horses invn-sio- n. hi-c- high-minde- d S108,-87.1.0- I'OKTIC UECUSClLIATIOy. Some timo ago n man enmo into n Baltimore lawyer's oflico in. n btnto of great excitement, mid asked him to commence yroceediiigs for a divorce, Mr. Dobbin heard him through, nnd then said, " I think I hnvo something that will oxnetly suit your case. Kit still nnd I will rend it to yon." Tho man remained soatcd, all oar, supposing hu was to listen to Blnckstouo or Kent, when Mr. Dobbin began to lead "Betsey and I aro Out," By tho timo ho had ended tho man's eyes wcio full of tears. " I believe I will go homo," ho said. Aud he and his wife lnuo lhcd happily utcr since. Drawer," in A ig Is wantod by mo. votrsroa in pay the highest market price. woi, I also deal in And can supply COAL !quantity. it any Ky. A. T. NUmraieXilSir, SUmUnd, HEADQUARTERS - AT - Jlar)cr' Mutazme. CHILDHOOD. Children iu tho United States havo generous provision mado for their comfort aud good cheer. In no part of tho world aro childreu bettor cared for. Holidays abound and schools aro graded to every capacity. A now literature has grown up for their benefit, consisting of luipors and liooks, such as wero nover seen before. Musio is taught in tha family and in tho public school, and almost every boy and girl eon sing, An American lady, traveling iuTho East, speaks of tho great contrast between children thero and hero. All the children sho anw hi Mohammedan countries seemed protoruaturally sober, aud without a lovo for sports. Sho says : " What always impresses mo more than anvthiug else in Egypt and Palestine is tho entire ubsenco of choerful aud exhilarating musio, especially from children. You never hoar them sing in tho huts. I never heard a song that d borves tho namo in tho stroets or houses Youth' Companion. of Jerusalem." A JUVLKXS W. H. HIGGINS f -- Foie- Sholf Iljirdwaro, Iron, Spokes, Horso Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, 8-- Farming Implements, Such as Oliver Plows, Keikle and Avery Double Shovel, and tho Brinkley Turning and Single and Double Shovel and o Harrow combined. No farmer thould be without it. one-hors- a Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking Valley Corn Shelters, l, Ami tho Kcst Puinp iu Tho Market, tho Mayilold LloYiuor. Tho unrivaled Jowol Rango Cook Stovos, StopStovos, Tin- wuro, uira uagos, juarooa and Annoalod Wiro, lime, Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, &c. A general stock of Groceries, Wooden, China and Glassware. Evans' Corn Drills, Hand Corn .Planters, A riiRTFUt. disposition takes tho fragrance out ot one's life, and leaves only weed where a cheerful disposition would cause flowers lo bloom. Ed lion's Electric Light is a wonderful dlscnverr, hut not as wenderful as Halt's Catarrh Cure. For ssle by Penny & piles! pues Fp7les i Hi: VeiHlnu' Aip Vlucoitru for i'lten la a radical tbaoga from tha old rewtdlea con-In- The Interior Journal Stan Print Office does all kinds of Job Work ing neauyana cneapiy. Try us. w. F. Walton, Prop'r. STEAM PRINTING ! jtaraofpatlautrrUutlncitudx and IniMlljatlon o Into In character ofthli painful dlwiao. To jou ol Pa great merit, call ou 1'runy 4 W U. WUr. Mt Vrrnon, . ol chare. and gt a aauhla box hrratofora In ute. Tha Plaruierr It the rcault of Whocau calliuat inoaiuuuul of human uo Ingcauxd by vtjy a laJ tang A And who tb number ot Urea uudciuiuid and Iwt br mululluif jutt a coughr Dioau'a t'wituiaut till cure t la C4Uhlfittn a ihanco 1'ilcc, flflr tmiii For ul br IVnur A. McAIUIcr, Stanford, and W. V. Weber. Mi. Veiuoi. J. T. MorrlaoD.ol Woribln(ton, Ind., lays on bitlla ol llroen'a Eiclotul worked lUrscbaru lu bl family. Kelt conduced of Itaweudeiful curat! re qualltlce. l'or ale by I'tuuy A McAllalcr, Hlsutori), aod Vf . U. Weber, Mt. Veruuu, Commercial College of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. StuJtnli rtctiveil any wtk day of the year. Sumiur kuuh now oyt fur rtctiting ituJtnli. Regular Fall Session, Sept. 10, 18S3. SftJU'irSlft-- ? ST. AMrttt. NMrlff tjm sisctMtVil ffrUttJM ! U bi Cllt, Wrttw nkt U kJU4 HMtbn f U) ti4iM.tr U (MM 4 m4) 4 Tr4w m ttU lUrwttik, Miilktl m4 Mkakto( hUki Itwfc tW t4, NwImm ArukiMlt, CMiiMCtMl Uf, UtrcuUU CotrvtMJaM. 4U rU f4 frtMU. r Tim tN4Mti4 Bimumw Csn IUI mmuim. T(l cmi, tMli4( TwltM, ItwtM, H - r? m4 Ui U ik4 H WttaWkU C(4U W 1J Umllr, WI f Hal U tW MltafM of lit 't'tirJ iMiar W W. vUut, (W m ytw tnt tttif Win i ar UW Uitw iovtkr. iWmUm WkM 0w it rciiUf kMlflw vWt f lMJlf U DymiImm! L'MtsUW T M4.U rrw il IUU mJ 9 r,u Hl I OttUw, iJIki T.uH., . ii WILBUR R SMITH, Prwt, Lttflton, fttiM ki Ml !- l-- n, rrt r. i,,.,. '. lb- - m A jail, unlike Jails l general, Is One prodigious growth, the lower limbs have or the architectural beautta of (he city; kissed the earth and taken root like the "1MIA.IHJ3 XaOIIII" while Prof. Piaule SmytWa new Royal banyan tree of India, and are springing all twill iWllmlm every warnin- gKskiunk llorjsr, V Obiervatory and Nebon's Monument, with 'round the parent stock a girdling foreslof Dalkrith, Hcrm.Ann, July 4th, 188.1 the grand but unfinished ropy of the Par- young beeches. In the midst, like the Wishing to Closo Out My i; Vir Interior thenon, filly pet oft Gallon Hill and make mother bird surrounded by her brood, the I fear the date of my country's It a worthy Stock, partner of even Edinburgh's ancient wondsr towers and spreads her As Ions as my present itnrk lids. After that. Uli birth would have passed unnoticed hail I famous Castle Hill, rasa low as i nn simr.i. Areotinla ilns at lh hrancfe In a marvelous way. It is worth tloMotearli month. not been reminded of It by th familiar The city Is crowded with objects of In- many a mile's travel to see it. I Will Sell at Reduced Ratei for Hlanfuril, May 7. it. :. H.iHHon: "Stars and StripeV hoisted by the hotel terest that I have not yet half explored, The Mansion Is built out of old Abbey Cnth. keepers in KJinburgh to attract the float- and that I can barely mention the names walls and Is therefore unique in ships nnd ing custom, which is, I npoe, iinlle an of without attempting description. It is finish. Hut you wilt wriry nf all thle I My Block Ootuiiti of flrooerlei, Harditem just now the height of the touring agreit pleasure to stand on the very sot fear Ever In Jesus, ware, Alius nml Quceuawa.ro, season. And being thus reminded, I can where John Knox onre thundered at even Gko O Haknim. celebrate It no better than by writing an- royally till It trembled, as I did In old St. Canned Fruits, Haddlnry and Harness They never fail. Democrnts should other letter. Happily we have had !2 suc Glle' church, hilf Norman, half of the Mil ATTORNEY IIIXKrUL, Ae , Ao. Ill.lt will I tifvlvol lir ths ua.lriilfnol up In cessive day of ''Scotch mist," which we time of the .Stuarts; nnd It almost startles r, tr. itAintix, llm urs.lln( sn.l ntssnnf j nt least bo as patriotic, nnd if they should . call at homo a regular slrsel kmllng tmtii His ontha OrMtrtrr, one to stand over a square pwlne stone, , 7lifiwln.lfl.lisl Inm. DEPARTMENT. nssr llio rrsMriu r .l J W Alrntn, (,MM r,n m,t ,,(, will, republican lies of corruption nnd and thus has occurred the opportunity of I limit hat Hie money I'hns ami ! lAril nn. am In I inm.lrrslmil with the simple Initials 'T. K. 1M2" and Ma AUDITOR, seen at lbs Hit Nsllonsl lUiik of tHanfurJ. mismanagement by democratic ofli writing these 3 Scotch letters, which, July, isji. HOIST. It. WMHT, Vdllor, FA XRTTH JIKWKTT, relied that all that is mortal of Scotland's :.v. lulu ir, r. cials will bo treated as they should be. JOf.V J. MrltOIIKMS OriUrJIn. tail would not have seen the light, see- boldest Reformer lies under it. LANCASTER. Our ticket from its head to its tail is ing that every hour of fine weather Is de l'0;TKAH)Rltll, In the open street, In a sort of triangle, Hon. William Itsrkrlo has announced In order that we where 3 ways come together, a heart shapJANES II'. TATK, ns good ono ns over presented and no voted to himself a candidate for the Ieglstntiire OfFnnHln. may get fairly over the notable thing ol ed paving stone, surrounded by concentric aifiln-- l (11 democrat has tho slightest causo for thin the democratic nomimv charming locality before our visit ex clrclei of smaller ones, marks the Heart iirrKRor lakh orricK, roa Islepbonn laat night ) bolting. Let every man who loves pires, I have been evangelising too long JOIl.Y (I. CAT, of Mid Lolhtan, where old Tollboolh pris(Delay! Matter) Or like. his party fall into lino nnd by an In to put ofl anythlng-fu- r a "second vldt." on, kept In memory by Walter Scott's Je We are ghd loleirn that Jmlicn Oss roa mr:iiiienir rcnuo imtuctioh, creased majority givo our brethren of Now, or not nt all, is tho aafejtrule to work annlo Deans, once stood. Edinhoro' is In ley nnd family will not learn our town, lie JOS. Vr.MIA riCKRTT, tho other Slates courago to balllo on by In this wandering life. Mid Lothian county, as many may know, expects to build nn ndditlon In tbo house or mi. Monday wai not "bitta Monday" to in at but I did nolUJI I came here. for tho causo of tho pcoplo against on the lot he reserved nnd live ibrrn It ron static katb,ihitkktiimitict, all, even after six service. The dear A brief visit to Scotland's nncient Par- Is one of the most beautiful site arn.inj uaj, f. a. ninxitr, monopolies anil centralized LOUD gave His beloved, sleep that made liament House, noted or for its handsome stir town. them fresh as daisies by the next morning, ceiling of oak and its floor of the same Oun Next Uovkhnoii As xr previroa mtriESKSTATivc liscolk coUrtt, and wo were ready after our morning "por- and a peep into tho law courts where we ous announcement, Hon J Pinctor Knoll, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. junan t. r. ujll. jn. ridge" for the contemplated trip to lvdin aw Sergeant Uutfuiand Sergeant Snubbln democratic candidate fur Governor of The Telegraph strike still continue burgh; , iiorridge" every over again in wigs and gowns with Chief Kentucky, nddrcsil his fellow nlii'iis of "Scotch, Kentucky and Ohio present lieau-tifu- l with no show of h let up on either side. one has heard of; but like our Southern Justice in gorgeous robe of office; with a Garrard county, at llm Court house yes Thomas Jones, a veteran of tho wsrof evidences of tbo manner of men it must be eaten on its native glance at the houses where Robt. Uurns trrday. The ilddrrM throughout was by 1S12, tlietl.it I'arls, Kr,geil ninety-twthat can lw elected to tho highest heath, to be fully enjoyed. We have all stopped, and David Hume lived many far the most masterly political rjMrech ever ream. in tho gilt of their pcoplo. Tho . Octawsyo, the SCtihi King, his ton, exierienced the admirable sanitaty effects years; we nt last found our way to the old delivered In our Ills Intro lormcr has a loon, tbo latter n knavo Dibulmariio and all his when weio mur- of the diet, and I am glad it is finding ill Castle Edinburgh's joy and pride. And ductary, In which he givo n brief history way to American tables. Hut that it ve It is wonderful, for age and history. You of of several nncient Republic, was rhetorto preside over them. Both nro bad dered lij the insurgent. Tho Morgan raiders closed their reun- ry low view of porridge, or "porritch'' as may read it in many books, Thero is the ically grand, and drew lbs undivided atenough, but wo beliovo wo would rathion by presenting the daughter of (lencr.il tho Scotoh lovingly call It. Dear friends, crown worn by Robt. tho Ilruce; theie the tention of his auditor to htm. lie then V im1 J J er worry along nnothcr month with Morgan with it ia not simply a digestihlo article of diet room where tho unhappy Mary (Juccn of discussed in n style digniflrd.yet firm, I lie handsome gohl watch. Ulackburn than In swap him oil for s Scots givo birth to James I. of England The Massachusetts Legislature has and to be taken ns one would tako n platforms of Ihe'driunrrallcand republican s powder; but it is a real luxury, de- which Foster, oven for n. day. Ills adjourned tinttl'x, after n session of two sime little den, scarcely 10 feet parties, allowing the grandeur and sublimSherman nnd bis recent at- hundred nml nix thru, tho longest on record. lightful nnd almost indispensable. As eat- squire, gives nn Idea of how little of com- ity of the one, and the utter InslilTieienry Hriggs Cunningham was elected Vice en here and elsewhere, there Is all the dif- fort our forefathers knew in their rough of the other tu mrel llio wants nod just tempt to retail a miserablo slander, President of the Kentucky Central rail ference between the corn bread of the South times when everything waa sacrificed to rights if llm laboring cIsm of nur people. Btamp him ns a man ilovoid of honor and North; all the difference between an sifety, and a Queen could only command His discussion of Ibe tariff wss complete Ho charged that road in the place of John Echols, resigned. article prepared ron amorc and the and principle. 10 ft niuare, though to be and convincing; his piemises were so plain a Evidence is multiplying that the in Iloadly had obtained his nomination vestigation of Collector of a cookery book. As to the delicacy sure, in an "impregnable" castle. I looked and concludona so clear, that the smallest Crumbaugh, of the out n by paving 850,000 down for it, and Second Kentucky Diatrict, was a carefully-planne- d in question commend me to the out ol llio little window down tho dizzy child that could understand at nil, could served in a great carthenwaro bowl crag, where llio Inlant, a days old, wsa comprehend bis meaning. l!issrech was when tho latter gentleman characteriwhitewash. Captain Webb' body Iim been found of soft yellow tint; ladled out with a huge lowered In a basket to friends below and !nterserred with chaste and refined aneczes tho statement as maliciously falte, spoon such as generous cooks delight to call whisked away to Stirling Castlo to receive dotes and Illustrations, which brought in part, nnd demands on tho New York side below Lewiston. in wholo and Ilia skull hs.il been crushed in the whirl- a kitchen spoon: eaten "hot and hot," with Romish baptism before the Protectants from Ida auditors round sfler round of ap tho grounds upon which bo makes it, a dessert spoon in the right hand and a could do it. pool he fo foolishly tried to Bwim. plause. He arraigned bis opponents in a Foster shows himself a coward as well On Calton Hill, years ago, nn attempt manner, the dignity of which con I.I not he Jerry It. Morton, of Lexington, has teacup of cool tresli milk In the left. Let as a knave by saying "a man told him been nominated for Circuit Judge in the no words of idle talk be spoken then, the was msdc to reproduce the Parthenon, but sorpa!cd by the most eminent divine; nnd bo." Iloadly again denied tho state- Lexington district, to succeed Judge B. F. crisis Is too serious, and calls only for friends gave it out and it was abandoned. in speaking ol Ida own party he did it in ment and called for tho namo of the Uuckner, resigned, by 3,000 majority. He promptness and dispatch. The "porritch" What tras erected, viz: the front row of pil- the same iofiy manner. Stooping lo nothmust not be allowed to cool, or the bloom lars with 3 on each side row, ia very grand ing that wan little, he sfKike "straight man, but foster wrolo him he was not is the right man for the place. is off the plum, and only a digestible arti nnd imposing, well worth a climb up the along" swaying the audience at his will. Allen Alice Montgomery and Will at liberty to discloso it. It only reMen who came out of the Louisville ConSwank, betrothed lovers, living mar Find- - cle of tood remains. Again I charge you ateep hill to see it. BEFORE IS TOO LATE, FOR mains now for Iloadly to brand Foster lay ,O.Uied within twenty-fou- r is Leith is Ivlinboro's port and Joined to it vention, Jones uun, after listtniug to Mr. houra of each to believe, my gentle reader, tbit it more and a baeo calumniator other, and were buried in one crave. as a dirty liar The than that. Strict silence, therefore, main- by a street 3 miles long called "Leilhway." Knott's seech openly acknowledged the and turn him to his vomit. funeral was the Urgent ever knowu in that tained, dip your dessert spoon Into your It Is volidly built up all the way and greatness, of the man, and weie heard to own particular mess, extract therefrom as Leith is EJinboro' aa Ilrooklyn is N. York. aay that the convention had done well In The result of the trial of Marsh T. of the bowl, The street is a proverb for its length. A theronviiitimiGarraid counly was heart, Saturday morning near Carlton, N. J much as will till Polk, late Treasurer of Tennessee, is a passenger and freight train collided, kill and then quickly dip into the milk, filling tiresome sermon or wearisome narrative ia soul and body for her honored tillten, very gratifying in these times, when ing the engineer and fireman of the former the spoon to its utmost capacity. This "as longaa Leilhway" in common par- Judge Onsley, but when she saw that his illystrious oponent waa the choice ol I lie it seems almost impossiblo to convict and fourteen passengers. A number of transferred to the mouth, is allowed one lance. others were painfully Injured. One entire ecstatic roll around, in order to touch as We had no time thia first trip to visit majority of the State, she acquiesced with a a man of money or position, no matfamily naa buried in the wreck. many gustatory nerves as possible, and Holy Road Palace, of which and other hearty good will, and with her accustomed ter how clear and how great his guilt. A. G. Dodge, ol the Kentucky Union followed in as rapid succession by other things, more anon, if the LORD will. magnanimity, will give Mr. Knott a hand Tho jury.nlthough abused for its igno- Riilroad, baa donated $7,509 to aid educa spoonfuls as good manners liberally inter Sunday is the day for religious things in some majority. Inclosing his speech be rance, showed itself truo to its oaths, tion in Breathitt county, of which $3,000 preted, will allow; not observing etiquette Scotland. To make a start for heaven on paid a very handsome eulogy to the ladles, for it found him guilty, fixed his ia to go toward the erection of an academv too punctiliously, nor anxious lest over Sunday is appropriate. Oa a week day, quite a number of whom were present A punishment at twenty years in tho at Jackson, to which also the citizens of ! fastidious people should call you piggish" out of time and keeping. Our congrega- large lithograph picture of Mr. Knott, furpenitentiary nnd fined him $3GG,540.-1- 0 that town will contribute the residue, of and be horrified, if, in your forgeifulness tion was good Monday night, but only 3 nished by Mrs. Judge Onsley, dtcorated $1,600 to assist deserving youths on the of all but "porritch," you should happen confessions. Perfect liberty in preaching with a lloral wreath the lundy-wor- k of tho full amount of his ascertained road to learning. now and then to make an unctions sound and all apparently interested. I verily be Mrs. Tom Wherrill, hung just bsck of the His from the Treasury. stealings The Midway Clipper says Gov. Porter of the lips as if swallowing a large oyster, lieve the above explanation is the true one. rostrum. At the close of hi- - Fxerli our lawyers of course, moved for a now and Mr.O. Peebles, au estimable gentleman Never mind what people think nor say. So Tuesday night though the rain next Governor waa presented with beautitrial and the strangest part of the bu- had a street fight in Versailles, last week. Hold your place; preserve the proportions thinned the audience, the attendance and ful lloral tributes by Mrs. R 11. "porritch" and attention were excellent. But only 1 conJ. R. Young and Mrs. R R West siness is that he is allowed to remain Gov. Porter approached Mr. Peebles for a uf bail till this question is decided by dollar which he stated that he owed him, milk, eat as rapidly and noiselessly as you fession. The penplo are becoming much Mr. Knott acknowledged the compliment on conveniently, yet racriGcing nothing to interested. The dear LORD baa given me to bis greatness In a few well worded lentho Court. Perhaps tho officers think and Mr. Peebles denied the debt, saying can that he had paid It. The lie was passed mere fastidiousness in self or others; and favor with the people, I am happy to say; iences. Mr. Knott waa introduced In the ho is too good to occupy a felon's cell and the two gentlemen came to blows, but when you see the entire bottom of your and I feel sure the Scotch will receive my audience by Judge Owsley, in an elrgant and it may bo the. wholo thing may yet neither was much hurt, , and tho dainty mess gospel. It gives me deepest joy to write little s)eech. The entire audlei en paid shallow orturn out a furco of tho Btar-routPresident Arthur and party, composed comes to an end simultaneously with the this, for I was really nervous about Scot- rapt attention during the entire two hours p full of milk (of course every ono is land, knowing how fearfully Calvlnlatlc that he sK)kp, and all were iioprrmd with der. Iu tho mean time Polk is play- of Secretaries Folger and Lincoln, Posting the insanity, dodge, which is to be master General Grcsham, Surrogate Rol- not an artist, and this part of it can not and orthodox they were; until I cast my the worth of the man. Judge and Mrs be overtaken by a bungler); you may then burden on the Lord and resolved to try and Osslejr entertained Mr. Knott and a few used Bhould the judgo fail to grant lins, of New Yore, Hon. Walter Evans, Chief of the Mail Service Jameson and look around the table with a pleaxaut please Him instead of laying out myself to gentlemen friends at tea Wednesday evenow trial. him a as you plcaso tho Scotch. Then I had perfect ning. A more pleasant or agreeable evePrivate Secretary Pruden, together with smile, and engage iu convers-itioOr tho S144,G83,CGC.9G of Internal United States Senator lUyard, of Dela- like, satisfied that you have simply done peace and no trouble in winning the hearts ning wai never spent. Mr. Knott was enIisvenuo collected by tho government ware; Cogressman Perry lltlmont, of New justice to one of tho most delightful edibles I wanted to gain for Jesus. O blessed way tertained during bis viit here by Dr. V. O. Young nnd Judge Owsley. during tho fiscal year just closed, York; Mr. C. Raid win, President of the that is bro'Jght to the table. The fact that, to accomplish everything. Louisville and Nashville road, and Mi. E. in the animal economy it nunufictures We have also visited Roslin Chapel, Kentucky paid 815,387,077.63 about LA.1 CAST Kit ADYUtTISKXKNTH. II. Green, Vice President cftho Batue, are lone of the firmest and fineat quality wonderful old structure with such carvings as much as Ohio and thrco tiroes as to be in Louisville Wednesday. One-hors- e known, and is esecially valuable for im- in stone on pillars and roof that the like 11. Y. WAIsTUM. much as Indiana, though those States parting a hard nnd brilliant enamel to the of it can scarcely be found elsewhere. One O 33 ON I 33 NT ' I - 'I', VERNON DEPARTUENT. UT. I.ANCAHTCIt, KV. greatly outnumber her in population. teeth, are after considerations, valuable in pillar, wrought by an apprentice, it ia reOltrs orer Citliens Managed by John B. Fish. themselves, but not worthy to be mention- lated, was no much better than his master from 8 to 12 a. M. oJ National Hank.u. Olfirs tours Tho reduction of tho revenue this from to ft r. Jas. Maret has completed his mill. ed in company with the sido of could execute, that in a rage at being exyear by tho law enncted by tho last BAM M. HU11UKTT, He hag christened it the "Nlck'l Pla'it." the question. To those of my generation, celled by Ida underling, he struck him a Congress is estimated at 812,038,503, See ATTOIINHY At LAW, ad. below. whom Oscar Wilde has persuaded to dole blow with a chisel, from which he died. LANCABTKIt, KV. which comes from such articles as perFitEsn Meal at the "Nlck'l ria'it on euutlowers as the rarest of the floral The pillar unlike all the others, aud far Will practice In (larrarj anl ailjululng counties ljr fumery, patent medicines and the Mills." Custom grinding any day in the benulles, I can not do a better service than the most elaborate, is called the "Appren- and Uuurtof Awal. like, and reduces tho amount of rove-nu- e week. Jas. Marat. H. O. KAUFFMAN, in recommending plain common-sensoat tices pillar" to this day. Dickey & Rosser have put the head- meal, twice a day, as an antidote. It will ATTOIIIV33V At TjAAV, Yeiiterday we went over Newb.itlle Ab without benefiting any body. I.ANCAHTKIl, KY. ing through In their tunnel. This is the nourish the brain and save them from bey, the country seat of the Maiquis of swindling piece of business stands UasU-- CoDiiututoucr (larrard Circuit GourU Will This longest tunnel on tho K C. R. R. and was spindle shanks. To tho rest I advise to do Lothian of the Duke of Hue- - practice In all lbs Courts or Oarranl and adjoining to tho credit of a republican Con- the last to be started, except one. countlM and In tba Court or Aals. as I did when I camo to Scotland; watch cleuch. We were fortunate enough Uf see gress. Tho next being strongly dem1 did not mean that the democrats how tho Scotch do it and imitate them, it Just as the family left it, last Saturday, to ocratic in tbo lower House, will at would bulldoze the polls on election day; I You will find that they know all about London, Unliko the Dukes where the tempt a thorough revision of tho tariff only meant that they would see that the oat meal. Every nation knows bow to carpets were up and curtains gone, we saw lawa and in reducing tbo roveuuo will officers wero equally divided between the eat its own ieculiar victuals best. Acting the whole Interior life of titled aristocracy two parties ox the law directs. on this, I did not long persist in pouring as far aa a tenantleHs house could tell it. have an oyo to tho lifting of the burDr. W. P. McKce and McClellan Wilden from an over taxed people and liams attended the High Ilridge Camp a lot of cold milk over a platvfull of hot The children's toys were in their play room, back of the Marchioness' boudoir, just ns "porritch," making tho former unpleasantnot merely try to hoodwink tho coun- Meeting Sunday. Misses Ida Adams and ly warm and the latter unpleasantly cool, they left them; his lordship's papers and try as tbo republicans havo tried. Funnle IJell Hutchcraft, Mrs. Lou Nicld, and conyerting a delicicy into mere digest- pens Ijlngover his writing table; the li Mrs.Chas. Turner and Mr. J. S. White ible diet. Itut I watched my good boat, brary looking aa if in use and not for show, MoNTaoMEitv BiiAiu died at his head visited Williamsburg Saturday night, copied him, and now can understand why with books scattered about on the tables; residence in Maryland, Friday. He and returned Sunday night. the grand drawing room at its best; the the Scotch lovo "porritch." was a nativo of Kentucky, and during Poor John Mar lor! He knows what "Kdinboro town" is the handsomest city spacious dining hall as In dally use, and his lifo hold many offices, the last be- it means to say this county is ruled by the I have ever seen, Nature ban lavished ad- all homelike and warm with recent life. I ing the P. M. Generalship under Lin- "boeses " John is a republican. He was vantages of every sort upon It, "lleauti-fu- l can not describe the exquisite appointments, a candidate for magistrate. He came to for situation;" built around and upon the elegant pictures, the carpets, (be furni coln. Ho was 70 years of ago. town and rouie of the ''bowea" said they two craggy heights that like "Khal and ture. It wss quite up to my highest ex road cart is could not support hltn and that if he was Gerlzzloo" answer each the other's call; the pectations of the way the aristocracy of The behind tho times. Thero is now leriu!tted to run the other ctndidatea Frith of Forth on the North; Salisbury these Ilrltish Isles live "faring sumptu might lose soma votes. John is ofl the crags on the South; tho Fentland hills be- ously every day." Her ladyship is a love sported in Chicago the wheel barrow, consisting of a pair of track. yond, and the country all around, with ly person, I hear. We saw the ancient I am reliably Informed that Isaac shafts, axle, ono wheel anil a seat lor pleasing variety of wood and field, tbo lat chapel where she assembles tlib servants back-banStewart says Mr. Uurdctt, of Lancaster, the driver. Bo long as tho ter cultivated like a garden, I do not mar- for family worship she reading the pray doesn't break and the borso doesn't wrote the article concrrning the election vel that the Scotch are proud of their Cap. ers. The children are lovely, judging from board which appeared In this column last the driver is all right. upset, Ital. rlbe city is built of brown atone their pictures. The family name of this Friday. Iu this matter Mr. Stewart, he AGape May dandy changes his usually la In audi matters, is very much at throughout. That which wealth alone can pctria Kerr. He is a gentleman of 45 or times a day. He afford with us, is here no badge of opu- thereabouts and popular in Dalkeith. I suit five or six IU I.HIICHHtCI-H-t IllO aea. The name of the man who wrote the lence. The cheapeat material you can get like his beautiful grounds better than the wears corsets, nnd his pantaloons to article referred to stands at the bead of is stcne, Everything is in store. This Duke's. There Isjmore of tight, that though his legs nro thin this column and that person la responsible natuie about strikes a r.ew comer with his first surprise, them, a! tho' the rear lawn is the most won- "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," eaougb, it is though his feet must for all he writes, either to Mr. Stewart or screw ofl and on. any ono else. Those who know Mr. Uur Ami Edinburgh is magnificently built. Kir derful bit of art In fancy flower beds I I.ANCADTKK, KY. Goethe condemned tbo practice of dctt know Hint he is not in the habit of Walter Scott's Memorial is the finest bit of have overseen. It is bounded by an angive publicity carved stone, on a great scale that I know. cient yew hedge a marvel in age, extent behind congratulation upon marriage, n is, sneaking opinions any one to subject, to bis any Isaac he said, "as absurd as congratulating a Stewart knows this on well as any one aod The Hank of Scotland is suerb for size and fancy clipping. A stately beech be aa o having drawn u lottery ticket ho has no authority whatever for making aud exquisite projiortlou, as wellaifltua- - yond Is the wonder of all the country mail before you know whether it ii a priza the charge above mentioned. Ho knev It lion. Ho with the Art Gallery, Museum, I 'round. Prodigious In size, with a trunk l'(0J)ltOH. l'ost office tnd various chuiches. Thecal- - I the like of which, mjy not be on earth, for J I waa not true when he made it. IT UMHKi SmW&tMMi $nlm0r30wnwl week thcelcctloa will Imto lcen held nml tho tIo will liavo. been told whether KefitHcky Qa?jV3ST3TOKr), ICY. democrats will inninlnin their former July 31, 1883 prctigo nnd power, or by nn apathy Tuesday Morning, nlwnya inexcusable, allow tho repubEDITOR If. P. WALTON, licans to decreaso their majority. Wo appeal to every democrat who read itKttnCKATin TICHKT. Hicjo lines to let nothing binder him ronnoymiKOR, from going to tho polls and voting nn itotr, J. rnocTon ksott. Of Mtlon. unrcratched ticket as soon next Mon ri uut.-ooyioday morning as ho can do so. Rest CAtr. JA.HKS X. mxnMA.v, assured every republican will bo there. Of Ad.tr. In lew lkH A IRQ. BARNES IN SCOTLAND. lie-lik- e 'Villi CHEAP FOR CASH. Ice! Ice! Icef at on oi:nt vr.n -- iohni, Notice ! TO t'ONwifiAC'TOIBN. .tllHr tf. rneil t'ralillr-rhanlslrr- down-pour- Garrard County rt c, sight-seein- AT AND BELOW vi cr. oai-mc- hoe-cak- of-fic- o o Coiirl-houc- BcMrt Wmgfit Wims We will sell you anything- in Summer Clothing-- Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 was 7. 10. 12. 14. 17.fiO was 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 2 Umldrens Shoes and Slippers eosTr Jfxiee scid-lie- treacho-rystoward- - Shoes,now 75c, 1, 1.50, 2, was $1, 1.50 2, 2.75 Slippers, 50c, 75, 1, 1.25 bed-roo- dark-brow- cordingly. ac- - WARRXSN & CO. IT one-tbir- d FALL SEEDING! And he sure you examine, before purchasing, our line of Seeding Im- plements, as follows: one-thir- d two-thir- soup-plate- o tea-cu- a e two-wheel- The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, The Trump Grain Drill with. Spring Seat, The Buckeye Spring Shoe Grain Drill, The Star Grain HUH Drill, Tne Albion Spring Sulky Harrow and Broad cast Seeder, Xiaandretli'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 Tumlln-son.Mrs r- a one-hor- se FURNITURE This line of Implements cannot be celled. ex- Also remember we make a Specialty of Fish Brothers Wag'ons, Web- Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. ster Wagons and Columbus GEO.I).IIUKI)KTT&CO., GEO. D. WEAKEN, i f k-- t Fit '! Mis Kale Mason, Lancaster, lavender The growth of the United Presbyter I ntoFr.s,irmi, Ci. Best combined italllon any age, Fred I resurrection and ao on whenever any an church since II union ha sensibly ad silk; gold. Harili Jr., Boyle, prem,, J. K. Baughman, truth needed lo be brought close lo our Misa Ilelle Hogle, Huslonvllle, bronte A4 consciousness he has row equal. aan m. Buantrr Fnrn car call, lima and cement at vanred, In 1853 the total membership j, yr. MOW 05. Best combined mare or gelding, C1" The tinging supported by two organa waa SQ,rl7j In 1883 it I M.ll.l silk) gold. Ilright A CurranV DUKDETT A DHOWN, Mis Klixi Harris, Stanford, light blue Bro. A Rue, prem , C T. Sandridge, cert. and a cornel, haa been better than we ever A.TXOI13V13VH AT X,A."V. DEATHS - July 31, 1883 For Hale, A handaome residence CO. Beat sweepstake Tuoay Morning, atalllon, mare or before enjoyed on a Prof. silk; gold. MT. VKrtNON, KT. Will aeil very cheip. W. Craig, Htanford. Rnssell; Stephens, of Cincinnati, Mis Mary Ann Kvan, died at rhe la conductor. Mia Itally Callawsy, Danville, cream gelding, first prem. $10 Warren T. w. vaano. watLicaa. vaaaoie, NOTICE. residence of her brother, (leorge second prem. $20 Cecil Broa. A Rue; third Among Ihe soprano voices, our former tatln; gold. B. VAHNOW, The republican leaden cm not force all befriend at the college, Mis Georgia Proctor, Mis Allie Dunn, lttchmond, cream prem. $10 W. T. Curry, Garrard. A.'X'T.HtN33YH The date printed with your namo the colored voter lo aupport llohbitl, They near Lancaster, Haturday night, after r,A.w. ing bed ridden for four year. Kbe waa mull; gold. G7. Beat fat man rider, not lo weigh leas now Mr. Allen Duncan, of Nlcholaavllle, on tho label ihowi the time to which wont doit. Oflca In Owsley A Eon's nsw hulldlng-- np stairs. nearly CO year of ag. 200 pound. This waa not down on the i most faithful and effective. We thought Mis Little Drye, Huttonville, cream yoar inscription hat been paid. If M. PEYTON, Owm.ky bill but the exhibition proved an amusing In those former daya that her voice wasone At (1 o'clock Hunday morn mull; gold. rnoir. Indebted lo me will confer a fa . r.A.-vit doei not read Jnly 31, '83, or lomo vnr liy railing nf surpassing volume and beauty, but It and fettling their account. ing, Mr. Aaher Owsley deputed thia life, Mlsaltulh Wright, Huslonville, pink one. The entree were Ja. J. Drye 2 00 lakes on a new loveliness now, when, like Will Praollee In Ih. fM,.tm'r a'- ,- future da to, you aro in nrreari nnd I need lbs; George W. Alford 220; L. F. 8harp those captive on Ihe bank nf the river iil!l!,Jj.I?.un,J' the money and Iruat thia little re aged 15 years, bora long time that terri- satin; pearl. "I "" ""P"'' Court and Court would confer a favor by forwarding ble disease, consumption, had been gnawMcAnnlcb, Ca- Chehir, we listen lo Ihe "Iord' song In a OBceon"? Brial aitenllon glren to collections. ipiwl will be heeded. II, C. Itupley. Mis Jennie Carpenter, Stanford, black 225, all of Lincoln. II II. Lancaster slrt tho money for another year's m ing at hi vital nnd for several months sill; diamond. sey, 210 nnd It. H. Garlln, Mirion, 210 slranin land" those strain that rise to Havino aohl out my a lock ofaaddlery We must eitabliih the ALEX. ANDKItBON, bad confined him lo Id bed, where be After lolling Ibelr fat side around for a Jerusalem the Golden. MIm Salllo Cook, Hnstnnvllle, sky blue and harneM, I am anxioiia to cbec up my ATTOUNKY AT I.A.W. But the crowd come, and Tatmago I syitem. slowly wasted away, fully conscious thai satin; diamond. lime, the judge decided in favor of Mr telegri plied on the train, and my letter I DANVII.LR, KY., account and would be obliged (fall In'be cer- lonirer than I intended. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mis Cine Logan, Huslonvllle, ptnk sat- Gartin for the premium and gay debted lo me will aeltle at once. Peter death alone could relieve him, Mr. Ows(A rtpresentatlve of the Interior ley wj a son of Dr. W. W. Owaley and in and laoe; pearl. tificate to Mr. Sharp the indefatigable presMall train going Norlli I 01 r. M Hantton. Journal saw Talmage aad lb big show waa born In Pulaski county. When be 1 D MBIT Month 1 m r. m, MI Carrie Wood, Lancaster, white ident of the association, Sunday, He estimate the crowd at 10,- - . ... Allllfnoy Al i.n.w I 01 A M Ki press train' rtoutli The K. C mall train did not connect al wa about 12 year of age hi father remov. muslin and lacr; gold. C8 Special premium by J. W. Allen A 000 and saya that be saw no one present ' ." ' , " Norh . i 11 A. M, Hlanfurd Junction again yeaterday, hence ed to this county and here for the most Mis Kiltie Hogle, Huslonvllle, white Co , best turnout, Pair marea or gelding, wlioarcmetl overstocked or seriously alLOCAL NOTICES. no mall from Inncarler. Tbl thing ia get- part hi life ha been pared. After gradu- muslin and lace; gold, driven to light buggy by a gentleman, ac- fecled with religion ) ting monotonou and the K. O.will get ating nt Centre College In 1857, be taught companied by a lady, style and appearance satMisa Helen Held, Huston ville, blue Simon Blanehard. Havraville. Kv . say w, .. ,?.?,:"l'FFMAN. Huv Paints of lVnnj . McAIister. for a lielow pir the firat Ihtngabe know. in the Hemlnary a while In Lancaster, dur- in, lace overdress; gold. of turnout only lo be considered; premium hi wife used Brown' Iron Bitter UTANFOMI, KV. NlnH stock of lilrlluhj canlitat Penny A broken-dowconstitution and il acted like Offlee Sonth tide Main Street ,wo ioon ing which limn be becamp aopnlnlcd with Mis lUfo Drye, Louisville, mull and lo b paid lo lady wa awarded to Miss McAllsttr's. j the Myers Hotel. , "" Count EiitriT$2.r0 and $" gold plecea, a charm. Mir Maltia Dunlap Hopper, to whom bo Spanish lace; diamond. Lou Thornton, of Marion. Mr. A. John ' HrANliARii mil liilsnl (iilnU at Ate the latter remarkably well wh.r. ... L P,urM,.0U, 'Wt executed, are wa married February KilierU Afilagu'V. folone en2'J, 1800. He Ml Ann Cook, Franklin, pink satin, son wa her escort. There wa but RK1T AnVKUTISfJIFHTS. we are in Jcm. ITaas Hob Cliolrra Cure--. Penny circulating in lhlrerlioti,a U- W JJ. l'KNNV, lowed tho lift- - of n farmer for some time Spanish lace; diamond. try nnd of course every body was disap formed by Teller A, A. MrlClnney, who A MoAlister so! ngenU. aulwcipiently nnd afterward pointed, a a full and exciting ring wa located in Mist I ,n tie Dnkc, Danville, black ottoXo in mi .utho it:vr. Watches, Clock and Jewelry reiire.l haa run tion aevcrat. Lookout for them. Hlanfnnl, where be mgaged in the merbTArlFOItriltl!MTIlr'ir- Ij nt, ex peeled. This wa the last ring. The it ii hi rlmn man rep silk; diamonds. mid warranted bj Penny A McAIister. Inv nv r ihnr lialurjirdi j, ftSf?to'al,ai,.A 1 '"If'' "0ro- - (me A new patent achool deak, the beet In- cantile limine and remained in it till a m Mia Anna llelden, Lebanon, white mus- band played "Home, Sweet Home" nnd the alC0waaZlarSk' IlrtrorLf)Tiliiifn. I trrlri tf n (llVKX up that Mcltolicrts A HtnjK make iniil'il,Til lAf A Dlplonm. mtnlatcrcl wben ncessaty. Su.,rV In any short time lefore Ida death. In 1809 he lin, red satin waist; gold. large crowd re luclantly laft the ground llie beat Sotla Water in Ilia world. Try It. vented, and the MUHIiii130jrr. 'Kj!dliyii l'rurg.Uit3UUoiir! ft i AKt'fc There wa another delightful impronip Mis Sara Huffman, Lancaster, cream Machine On, which will neither heal idie to I feet In width and any in length professed religion, joined Iho Presbyterian nor gum, 00 cents ixt rjalbn. Also extra can bo had of II. K. Wearen, who haa alo Church and Iieoamo one of it most active satin, lace trimmings; pearls. tu hop Friday night, which deserve more attained lard oil at Mclluliert A HtafuV lloiirlion Co u nly l, the fulleat atork of furniture ever In an I nine it memUrs Hi place in the Mis kato Caldwell, Danville, cream than a passing notice, but I know the deate of Chenault, Severance A Co., Bt.nlord, Ky., (lire hint a call. mand on your column and forbear. I Siinday.school, the prayer meeting and at mull, pink trimmings; gold. PERSONAL. M. ROBINSON fc CO., Mis Sallie Danville, white can not close, however, without putting in The Cumberland Fall lintel, kept by preaching waa never vacant and bo wna Mm. Gil.. V. O. Wru-i- ia etaying at a good word for the Powell House. It is Importer, and Jobber, ot r,,y 0onj,, Not0 Mr. H. Owena, U tho mot pleaaant place ever ready to aid by every mcana in Ids muslin, Spanish lace; pearla. A Bourlion County TheJClh AnnuilTalr of Crab Orrlurd Mixings, W7, 639, 611 Main Street, Cor. an ndmirably conducted establishment and Agricultural Hoclcty will l lbs With, Mis Mary Dunlap, Danville, Paiia musthe mountalna to fpend the rummer, either power the success and advancement of the litl.l at I'arta, Ky., Mim. John Piuncik, of Missouri, la rVptunlwr Ui and eontfnulna; nvoilars. it proprietor, Mr. S. C. Powell, and hi for the invalid or tdeaaure aeeker. Ita cause be loved. The Church will mis lin and red trimmings; pearl. 7,RI0 In rremlonn. Ncwgtamll N.w8Ul.ini vlslllng Mm. T. M. IVnnliiRlon. Tracks In tha Htatel In Mis Lizzie Huffman, Lancaster, white excellent wlfo will plc.iso accept through line or lh lo mineral walera aro fine, the (idling nnd him, the community, of which he w an aI illllon the regular class rloji fur stock, there Mim Nannih A hams, of Konierstt, is me the thanks of all the Stanford boys they will In two trots each day. Location ol grounds bunting good, the boating nice and the bnnnrrd member, will mis him, and Ida muslin, lace trimmings; gold. N. Mtnefc. ll.c guest of Mr. J. all that could La desired accessible Iromall A. G. II. Mis riitnlne jnat aplendid. Ktagn meet the loving wife and son, how much they will Ilelle Cook, Huatonvillr, white so royally entertained. pulnts liy rail. Floral Hall with Its titiial attracMa. ani Mim I,. II. IUxhkv, of Wo will now jay tions. Tho Kentucky Central ltall road and branch-e- a n can exprera. In their muslin, blue aalln waist; pearl. daily train on the C.H. It. K. nnd take you mis him no sllentlon to LINCOLHCOUNTY. will runsperlalltralni.at (sxcursion rates f arc at Mr. W. V. llmney'ii. love and happiness, hi whole lif seemed to punt ilosfl Augus- - Cth. For particuto tho Fdlla for aupper. Mis Lizzie Twidwell, Hustonville, pink TCUHTOM visUINIm3.--- i MlsH Kan MIR KiH, of Midway, Is Hustonnlle. lars, aldrcis the rSrcrettrr. wrapped and lo their comfort and enjoy and light blue satin, diamonds. We promise, to give ssllsfsctlon, J. W. FEnUUatlN, President. KriiiiAiuNii HiMsr.i.K. Finding hi old and when iting lier stepmother, Mrs. HtllleHlins. The efficient "3pccial" who represent ICSW A. rAUKtlt.8crelary. ment all hi energies were directed. Their mike T? I'atenl Hour for Mis Leltic Hochcster, Stanford, Irish either bolted or unboiled mesl. WneaL Can ed the Interior Journal at the Fair did Mh. I). V, Tuimilk, of Paint I.ltl, piarlera too limited for hi increasing boa- - only consolation can bi In the fact that point Knd Vallencienne lace; pearl. ineaa, Mr. W. II. Hlgglna baa liougbloiit JWrALIvrXR A NAT.f.EE. hi work so well that there I nothing to be waa with Ms rlater, .Mm. 1'. 1. Nunnelley. their Ion ! hi gain, for he left Ihem the Mis Cornie Cooper, Stanford, white of added. Thia i undeserved praiee. Special.J Mim Fannie TuiiNr.n, of I (Irani:'. the aaddlery alock of Mr. I'eter Hiniton sweet assurance thai though dead lo the lace over pink; diamond. Spanish I mT be pardoned for paying a tnh (la, U vislllnz her oouslns, Ilia Misses and will unite the two Mores by knocking worlJ he would ever live in tho bright Mia.1 liersie Drye, North Middlelown, out the partition between them. Mr. (Irlmea. ute to tlu Valley Cornet Band, who fur- Crab Orchard Educational Somansion of the blest and al the right hand satin, Spanish lace; diamonds. nished the music for our late exhibition. Mim Kate Pnri.ru, a bright llltla Hamlon will remove Ida ahoemaker'a thop of the Iledecnier, where there I no sorrow creim ciety. STANFORD. Mia Jesse Cook, Huslonvllle, nun' of M!m from the rear of the atore to the beauty of Madison, U the cunt I am not an expert in Ihe matter of sweet coming. veiling, Spanish lace overdress; gold. and no more parting, await their LsncM-te- r 1. Kotlco Is herehr elren that tho underilcned. of Col. Tboa. W. Miller on sounds, but do know that you sent us a lot S.A.lllddletoo, W. I.ula McKinney. To them, to hla aged father nnd to hi 1. 11. White, U 11. llroosugb, E. H. BUENSIDE, Misa Laura Engleman, Danville, cardiatreet. handsome young fellows, with lea of the J. IM'ettus, Win. Hlewsrt, W li. llllllon, J. W. Miu. ICionAUK Conn nd Mim (lor- brother and sisters, the warmest sympa nal satin, black lace overdress diamonds. of Alcorn, V C Anderson and Jainea nice, have Mr. gie IwU are visiting the family of dude than is generally found al this day thla day, under ChiptrrStor tha Ueneral Htatutes Htaniouii haa two bank with an aggre thy of the community is extended in the who We give a list of the or Kentucky, oaajcUtod theoiaeltea together and This Old riiclM in Madisun. Woll - Known gate capital of $IW,000 and Ilualonvlllc hour of their grief and loss. At 2 r. M, were present and added much to the beau- in so large a party. bccouiolncorparated under the corporate narnsof Dm Hotol Still Maintains ita pretty one with $.'0,000, making $'00,000 worth of yesterday, Itev. Wm. Crow preached waa present a glorious display of "Crab Orchard durational Society," with their There Mim Hattii: Hoixik, a ty of the surroundings and pleasure of the principal place ol buslnes, at Crab Orchard, LinHigh female lovlinees, both native nnd foreign, coln county, Ky. daughter of editor Hedges, of Iicxioglun, bank stock In Lincoln county. In nddl-lin- very touching discourse over the remains evening. Misses Lucy Burton, Annie Mc1. is with Mrs. Joe II. Mocker. and judging from appearance, all seemed actedThegeucml nature of luo business to be trans. J1ND lo thla our moneyed men own Hock In al the Presbyterian church and then a Kinney, Annie Alcorn, Jennie McKinney, la the establishment and maintenance of to enjoy the entertainment wilh hearty scboolfor the educatloti of children of Loth sexes Mimm Jeannio and Maggie lluclian-an- , banka in Ixjulsvllle, Danville, Harroda-bur- multitude, of friend followed I hem to their Iti Proprietor ia Dflformin.H Lulle Bailey, Stanford, Miase Nannie Fosat Crab orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. vltit-Inzest. It may be added that the best of orof Crab Orchard, who hare been S. lha amount of capital stock ahall be 11,600, Itlunon, I.ancafter, Ac, lo the last resting place in llufTalo Cemetery. ter, Lincoln Co , Ida Twidwell, Klla Carw.J!"5 Second to no Country inuponaucn terms and In Mla Annie laogan rrturned home der waa maintained upon the ground no to bo paid thelJoardof Trustees way such Hotel in the 8tato in its Fare. amount of fully $.100,000 more, making prescribe afpenter, Maggie Carpenter, Hustonville, STOCK AND CROP. LAND. Appointment., or Attentenlay.taking with them Misa Annie accident occurred nor anything lo pro- ter so daya' notice and aner f 1,300 anall hare been $1,000,000 worth or bank atock owned in Misses Terhune, Lincoln Co., Misses Fleece subscribed. tion to Comfort of Wheat still holds at $1 in this market. Cook, Laucaster, Lizzie Payne, Misses duce a regretful memory on the part of 4. The corporation shall commence thla date, the county. their Questi. filed In Mil T. It. Walton In returned from any one who attended. The weather waa tho articles tf Incorporation hitlnjt been Lincoln Ilest wheat tells for $1.03 In Wood-furoffice of tho Couutv Court Citric of the Mounts, Lincoln Co , Mollie Burdetl, LanDuiiino the continuance of UioSjiiIIi Klehtuond, Va , atlsfil that lie caul. lint most propitious, the track In Doe condi- county and ahall terminate 23 years froui data. at lonUvillc, Ky , (com The Pari Fair will commence Sept. caster, Anna llowman, Mattie and Laura tion, the grassy carpet luxurious and the 0. Theaflalraof the corpuralum aro to be cone"7'" to sad rrom the bi content to lira there after hi long so ern Hxpt!tIon, rreeoreharg. '.Special accommodations depot ducted by a Hoard of nine Trustees, elected by the Coffey, LIberlv, Sue and Katie Hunn, Mat-ti- e continuing 100 lib nnd continue four days. See "ad.' to Commercial Travelers. The liar will be tY snartholders, one of aald Trustees, selected by West. Hi future location ! mencing Auguat lut, and shade abundant. Journ in the alwaya .applied with tbe ekoleeat IhcmMlTca to bo President thtreot. The Trustees daya), the Loiiiavllle A Naahvlllo Hall, and Minnie Dinwiddle, Lincoln Co. Ac Col. W. M. Irvine, of Uadieon, sold somewhat uncertain. lo braad. of Llansraaad Cigars. le elected annually on the I took occasion to look at the pavilion shallmonth of Jure, and the first first Saturday be road will rell Dicuriion Tirketa from any hi herd of short horni. 15 In number, at Ac. The following ia a Hat of visiting gen election shall tho Oul. A. M. Hworr.'rf lather ia a wid after it had been illuminated for the even- held on the first Saturday In June, 1831, until find out: E. C. tlemcn so fsr aa we could of It alallona to lulville at one fare for J101. most beauti- which time the Incorporators shall ahall act aa a ower and want to marry. One day lut Wanted lo buy 10 or 60 hogs of about Newlin, F. J. Cheek, Wm. Baughman, ing recreations and found it Board of Trusls. wlih authority to exccrclie the the round trip. Theee Ticket will been week he goleo mashed on a girl on the K. ful. Il called forcibly lo mind the descrip- powers conferred by the articles of the lucorpora-lioweight each. McAIister, lallee Hobt. Evans, Wm. Guest, James Guest, Lee aale every day, from I,. A N. atalion and C. Kitenaion that be et hi valise down at have read of fairy frollca, or the a. The highest amount of lndebtedneaa or liabil tion we will be good 15 daya, allowing ample time A Co. Dunlap, E. Hundley, Union Worthlngton, shall tho depot and tioanlcd the train without it. Mr. Kittrell, of Tennessee, bought a W. II. Robertson, 8amuel McKee, S. D. creationa of the magician's wand. Here ity to which aali corporation gi,uuu. at any time Buujeci usciiaiiBiiuuiexcevu to vlalt the (Iroalcit Kxoaition ever held 7. The rjrlrate uroncrtrof the members of said ilourbon News. load of graded cattle In (larrard at $15 loo, every precaution had been taken and Harlan, W. D, Moore, It. II. Dobbins, and recond only to (be Cen- car corporation shall be exempt from Us corporate The friends of Mr. Joe B. (Iriuita will in the South, the result waa perfect order. We trust ueiiti. juij , ioj. pr head. Henry Evans, J. C. Fleece, "W. "W. Wise-matennial at Philadelphia. 8. A. MIDDLETON, It. H.BKOOAUUH, Will Hall sold hi crop of wheat to U aorry to learn that he ia shortly to leave our visitors found sufficient entertainWM. HTUAltT, J. V. PUTTUS, F.Samuels, Danville, J. B. Dunlap, that Change in Scnrnui.iH. The I,, A N McAIister, Bailee & Co. at $1. It averagW. It. UILLIOM, W. T. II. W11ITH, Us. lit) liai arranged to be Cashier of the ment to encourage them to como again. Bloomfield, Basil Guest, Chicago, M. PeyW. E. ANIJEIWON, JAMES KICK. FORMERLY ST. A8APH, running it mail train from ed about 12 bushel to the acre. w National Hank at lUiulxlhtown, Ky., commenced shocked lo see In a late Issue of I waa J. W. ALCOUN. W. B. Hill, J. T. Carson, D. H. I have an eatray yearling wether, ton, which ia noon to begin business with a cap- Jelllco ina'ead of Iximlou veaterday and the Journal that Sam Owen had told a Stanford, Capt. T. A. Elkln, Oscar ital of $70,000. Mr. Urimea la a thorough the lC. C. changed the time of the depart- crow of Southdown, which the owner can blooded colt to W. L. Williama for $750. Sweeney, Lancaster, Luther Given, Ed ! and aa teller of tho Farmer tho morning train Ironi t to I:I5 get by paying for this notice. F. D. ure of business man My first impression wa "an enemy halb White, 11. While, Lincoln Co., Joshua Uarlng bad thla Hotel Itank here fur a number of yeara baa given and it return from 9:10 lo 10.115 f. M done lids," and my old friend Williama ia Tom Hoblnson bought of Thor. Lil- Stone, Liberty. nnd CKAIOKCILVUD HILLS ! the moat complete eallaiaction. Aa a gen Tlurd ia no change in the time ol the mixdone for. Let the story get abroad that lie the kaiu filly, by Woodford Mam. From basement to garret,- -. I paying fancy price for fancy horsee and tleman and aa a man of the alricteat integ- ed train, but it only runt as audi to Rich ian! a Propr., J. II. HUTCHIN03. Closed Friday in a blaza of glory. EveI intend to Keep it in Hlrietly rity, he ia known to the cilirena of all I hit mond. From there n regular paixvuger hrlno lloy, dam by (larrard Chief, for $150. ry body and his wife wero there and good bis usefulness aa a preacher I ended and Flrst-ClatsDo custom grinding Tuesdays and Fridays of each section and are asiure the good people of train leave for Cincinnati at 1 r (., which He also bought of Love Lilian! one mule Maimer, Ida salary i stopped. Let lb! week. cheer was the order of the day. The exhi- worse still, And leave nothing undone that will add to the Impression be corrected. Elder W. doe the Klitabetbtown Itink that in securing ought to rtart from here by all mean. We for$ll(. George W. James haa aold hla farm of bition was even better than on the two forCOMFORT OF MY GUESTS. Ida services they hare arted wisely and notice that the line from Covington to not own a horse, except the old -- THE375 acres to Charlca Adams, of Somerset, mer days. In one ring alone sixteen handStanford Junction I now designated a the which John S Sweeney so aptly describe well. horses were shown any one of which at $85 per acre, part of the payment being aome " main line; that from Lexington lo as an Alderney. lie assure me that he is Vocal matte'rsT In coil slock. Mr. James bought the farm waa worthy of a premium. The stockholda the Mayaville llranch. Are offered fully aware of the professional and finanlast year of J. II. McAIister, at $55 per ers are much elated over the aucces of the SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS (iinrn Mills at alright A CurranV cial ruin tbia atory will, if uncontradicted, Ixkian McICkf. acem to be under an acre. fair both aaan exhibition and financially. patronise me. as I have every convenlencejuch Will JScgiu Tucmliiy, Auk. 7, 'SS A. M Feland sold to Dr. W. W. Ow. They would have been satisfied with a sim- work out for him; and repudiates the whole unlucky alar. Sniiblictl by the president NICEMAMl'LEItOOMS, Ac., for their use BiOAUr. ralla for aale. II. C llrighL And Contlaae Four Days. thoroughbred bull calf for $50 and ple return of the money expended, but they thing. waa bad enough but lammed by a republi ley a A Liberal and ComprehensiveList of Baggage Transferred to and from FjtUIT Jara and Cnna at Jlruce, Warren can brother High Bridge Camp. worre It I aalj that he for aale 20 more from yearlings down, 18 of not only get that but a surplus Mifficient, A (Vs. Freinims for Each Day. registry we understand, to make each a bloated tbe Depot free of charge. Hioh IIuiikjk.Jui.V 23. went into Murphy' Trilune oll'ice Friday, which are entitled to a abort-horThedroundaol the Aasoclatlon hare been hand- - Ulveuieacall. iiTVou want good in quantity it will and after giving him a piece of Id mind, and a good a any body' W.N. PKANt'18. For sale low bondholder. It ia more than probable that Dear Interior: someljr lmprorel and are situated near the I am somewhat doubtful this morn. you to get our price. Ilright A Cincinnati Southern Depot. called somo assertion of his a d n He. according to animal and stock. a fine amphitheatre will bo built on the ing whether my promise to send you a line Then Murphy got mad and let him have It grounds, and the association become a per- from the Camp ground if I found anything KENTUCKY CENTRAL H. B. HUSTONVILLE FAIR. manent iualitutlon.Tlie last day' premium of interest to write about, is binding on Will be run from Georgetown and Special Reduced The New Karen IIiIJro a up and In the eye, when they clinched and falling, ltates hare leen teemed from Somerset and points or vaa The UoonligM Hop. McKcc showed up on the under side. tratna are again running aouiewhat reguwere: me. I will send you a abort report, and South. AdddreasJ. L. tUvcif, Mr, lot CataTHE MOST DE31RABLE KOUTE T- Ologues. Thla brilliant nftalr given by the "Weil II". J. i,'l,tC, LInney atuelllng gore la the air 16. Special premium by J. K. Baughlarly. ice-let yon judge whether it ia likely to fill rushed from hi office acroai the street hut Knd Club," on Thursday night, wa an ocBest auckling colt of Abdallib Mes any want of your reader. Tuv tho "Faultless" patent Hour. First hi friendly advance were met with a casion of general enjoyment to all who man. senger's gel, either sex, Marshall Powell The meeting as conducted by the preachpremium at Atlanta Kipcltlon. SM oil And decidedly the Popular Koute, affording, aa It bound volume of tho (imijrtuional Jleeonl were so fortunate aa lo bo present. The prem. J. O. McAIister, cert. ers of the Kentucky Conference closed yea ly by Ilright A Curran. does, less cbaugee and superior accommodations to which the deaf and doughty editor shied young gentlemen of the Club had erected a 47. Do. by J. J. Drye. Best 4 or more terday. Now we aro wailing for (be HoiucBOimtliio riivslclaii, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, CALL and aee the new patent foot rent a at hi head. A pretty kettle of fish, these handsome and spacious pavilion in the colta of one mare, James Drye, prem. crowd, and Talmage. grove of Dr. II. Drown, which, with the Thomas Thornton, Marlon, cert. I)ANVILI,K, - - KENTUCKY. ...wiwiiiwiiuaniaiM West. In fact. If you for rocking chair, the iniwt delightful fighting brats. Thia meeting haa not answered to your nte nipUio a trip In any direction, your intereat grounds, was brilliantly illuminated with thing out. II. K. Wearvn. 13. Iloraes for saddle purposoa. Best Thohe who have read of the Latin diely, be of a "Religious Picnic." Until ltcsideoce, Clemen House; office opp Central wllll beet served by purchasing your tickets via Chinese lanterns, beautifully festooned auckling colt, either sex, J, P. Itille, prem. suggestion tc Caod Cincinnati. 1'ulliuau l'atace Cars; Llr- Mat. Dank. Siieclal attention to dlwaaca of women wrinow, I could not find any leisure for gant New Day Coaches, and handsomely furnish- We bare juat addel a new Klandard Job Janus, with misgiving an to the ftct that with cedar and (lowers, and when the merchl Mr en for the past eighteen years. and IGVJm M. Powell, cert. vu Mciiuiog iasir tars lorui me unetjuajeu Vict lo our out lit, making four preiwea, he ever existed, have onlr to study the ry daucera began to enliven the scene, it CO, Beat mare 2 year old and under 3, ting. Fivo services a day, Including three euulpnientaof this Old tillable, thereby making a trip orer thla Una one ol luiuilout comfort and character of Fount. Itobbilt, to convince interval for sermons, hardly leave any with which we can do job printing. Our was one of such beauty, elegance and pleasure. Try it. CT.Saudidge, prem. A. Johnson, Marion, such social intercourse, as would be grateI by no animal, faillltlea for doing work In that lino in them thai a as la rarely seen. The George Ilros. cert. TIME TABLE. IN EFFLOT JULY 8. 1832. ful among the friend who meet hero rear are not aurpaMeih mean an impossibility, though a monstrosrapid and excellent order Orchestra, of Lexington, furnished splen51. Beat mare 3 year old and under 4, ity of the most devilish kind. Iul year after year, The cottage are all full; the llaTlne taken chance of thU fiinou viterlair No. J. No. No. 0. bourn. Tlllliis baa been aoiuo trouble hereto- just bvlore the election in which the great did music which waa kept lime to by score Calvin Carpenler, prem , Cheek A Moore, congregations ranging from fire hundred plvafor the coming season, I au uow Lie, Covington.... 8 00 am 3 00 p m 4.15 pm right baggage and good Lytle waa ao ingloriously defeat- of graceful figure on a lloor that could Boyle, cert. fore in periona getting the to a thousand, and on Sunday there were Prepared to Receive Guests. Falmouth.. Ua tu 4 17 pa a 81 u in ltefreshmenla were 52. Best mare t years old and over, C when checked attlio Danville Fair, We bare ed, bo made speeches In bis favor and lo a icarcely bo aurpaastd " Cyntulaaa 10 35 a u 5 03 u in 4'J put 2,000 within the circle, to listen to a ser11 11 a u 6 86 p tu 7 ti pin I liaie a corps of Iralurd aerranta and will be able Arr. tho privilege of the ground tliU year and crowd of negroes the Saturday night lefore served at the Weatberford House and eve- T, Sandridge, prem., T. L. Carpeutvr, cerl. mon from Bishop Kavannugb, white a Lve. rarls... . II 12 p iu, 8 SJ p in toiuruiiu 53. Best stallion or gelding 2 year and will guaranteo the aafu return of all bag the olccllon exhorted in hi favor, wilh all ry thing was on the mot elegant scale. A (I IS p tu Arr. Lei I number were provided with reals Kntihfuctory AvcomiuioiihiIoiih Lve. i'arla.m ton. U 00 p tu 8 40 p Ui 810pm of the ladies below under 3, Ed Carpenter, prem., Levi Hub- greater gage placed in our oare. Wo are indoraed the power be could command. He aald be gUnce rl tho name and a sermon at what ia called the Mlllersburg. ua p in will show to those who know them that a ble, cert. To all persons In pursuit of health or pleasure. Mjrera A Walern. by the directory. Carllslo 8 21 p ir waa fjr Lytle from the solo of hi feet to service otitdde. About 6,000 persona 1 he aie.llclual qualities of thew waters are loo fairer or a lovlier crowd could hardly as7 88 p in No. Si. well kn iwn to the wople of Central Kentucky to Arr. Mayaville... 51 Best stallion 3 yeara old and under came through the gale that day. the crown ol hi bead, but when election semble, neul a descrlntlon of their ironriiea. Lve. I'arla, , IIavino purcha4el of Mr. llamton, bl l'.very shade of beauty was repre- I, J, S, Carpenter A Bro., prem. and cert. 8 18 a iu 8 40 p lu came, and after he had worked all day ' Winchester ... 7 97 a iu 0 tO p HI The order I something wonderful. With The nil. a of board will be reasonable. Ky,1 or further atocko(Saddlerf,Ao, I will occupy the sented, and in elegant costumes, shone Infurniitilon, apply to tut at Irtlne, " itlchiuond..... 8 80 a u 7 M pin 1 year old and over, all that vast concourse, there has been no aai-55. Best stallion ' Ijancuter ft. jf. aame room In connection with mine and will for Ida friend, he atepped up and voted with a brilliancy that could not be exceedlliupu 10 uu Fred Harris, Boyle, prem, and cert. Arr. BUulorJJuut 12 80 p IU tl 40 piu " disturbance, no accident. keep a full line uf gioceriea, Ao , alto keep against him, awallowing the whole demo ed. The Club deserve the highest praise 50, Special premium by Powell House. Nottiu. No. 1. No. 3. No. 83. The religious tone of tho meeting has au assortment of buggy and wagon barneaa, cratic ticket instead. Voter of Lincoln for the perfection of all their arrangements of Best mare any age for general utility, S, C. been of the very best from the beginning. Janus-faceLve. Btan ford June 4 04 a iu man cm not bo de 2 26 p m tddleilc. I ak a conliiiuaoco uf the trade county, a and tho thank of thoso to whose pleasure Powell, prem., C. T. Sandridge, cert. Lancaster . I OSpu pended on under any circumatancea. lie Twenty-liv- e conversion have rewarded a no a tu Itlcbiuoud... OOplU given me heretofore, for which I moat they contributed ao greatly. It Is duo the 7 07 a in 8 28 pui Winchester 67. Do. by Weatberford Hotel. Best the earnest eftorte of these christian work-erreturn my alncere thaiika. W, II. will betray Ida friend, sell hi honor for Club to mention the good order which waa 9 60 p lu MdUNNKY CERIETEKY CO. Arr. l'arls. ... 8 O a u harness gelding 3 yeara old, Cecil Bros. A gold and bring himself and those who but that ia only a small part of the Lve. Maysvllle! 8 as a u 12 30 pm Hlgglna. kept throughout. I failed lo notice a tin- ltue, prem , 5fat Sandidge, cert. CarlUIe..... 7 28a tu a uu p iu him into derision and contempt. If 1. D. 8. Jones, tl. H. McKinney and K U Tanwork that haa been done. We ahall never Mlllersburg 7 47 aw 2 18 p u ......... ner hare associated theuiselres lotr.ther as au In- Okuociiato, a vote for llgbbltt ia a vole you can look over Hobbitt' record and not gle nun who waa under the Influence of 53, Fancy saddle mare or gelding, J. S. know the whole extent to which It will 8 20 a tu 3 40 p ia Air. I'arla... No. 8. eoriorated roiuauy lor tbe purpose of buying, for the worit element in politic. Now of believe ho la capable of any duplicity, then lhpuor, though an allalr of thla kind Carpenter, Cmey, prem,, Cecil Broa. A Hue, 7 Sua u 3 00 ami a voa u of eternity opena our wausglng aud vontrollng a cemetery to be located Lve. Lealngton reach until the light i always attended with more or lea cert. tMie auu on Arr. I'arla. 8 20 a iu 2 48 a Ul S 40 auoui nines iruui MC&muey Ul all time you have the leaat excute for vote for him and regret il the balance of eyes. Some twenty or more preacher have Ihe Mlddleburg turnpike. 3 40 p 820aiu 2. The general U4tur of the Incorporation ahall Lve. l'ails , boiling. Judge Hill baa been Humiliated your life. If on the other hand you see drunkenness, I Intended to tell of the ca60. Beat walking stallion, mare or geld been with ua, moat of tbeua of the M. K ' Rynttilsna... 8 Va iu 3 3) p in ii ul m be the purchase and Improvement of grouudt lor 0 83a ui, 417 la ui a OJ a, iu by the volea of the beat men in the demo hi aa every body does, who chose to ex pers of a certain preacher, who honored ing, It. M. Dunu, Boyle, prem., T, L. Car ' Falmouth in church, South, but with Iheui lepresenta-liv- e remsUry purparts and the sale of btirmlota there-I- Arr. Covington... 11 30 sin I) 01 p iu 8 20 p m cratio party, there i no fraud connected amine, vote for Tom Hill and true democ the scene with bla pretence, but be baa got penter, cert, of the Presbyterian, Reformed and a. The amount of capital slock la to beuot Use No. Lv. Lexington 1 4ou.Arr Msys vllle 7 Hpuj the drop on me by telling it himself hundred to La paiid lu Mo.lt" with it and he la himself a mail of ability, racy, " afiSaui, V CO. Best double team, regardlea of aex, Baptist churches. It would lake too much than Ibreorequested dollars am by the diroeiun. whenever No. 10 " Mayaville S83au. " Islington ( 10am and I desist. I would have 1dm obhoneaty and probity, Vole for biui and color, or ownership, Cecil Bro. A ltue, of your time and space lo dwell upon the RELIOIO'US, 4. The Incorporation shall eommenca u Ibe id No. 12 " Maysvlllel2 3Jpui " LealuglonS 43pm serve, however, that I have spared him all No. 8" (XivlogUin 8&8pm " Falmouth 8 put day uf July irjaj yeur party, prem., Warreu Itussell, cert. termon we have beard, but we may ieak 5. The affairs of the Incorporation aro lo bacon- - No. 7 " Falmouth 0 18 am " Cuvlngtou 8 10a ui ltor, II. O. Morrison will preach at mention of Ihe "light fantastic." I give CI. Sptclal premium by G, F. Peacock, of the tl ve time we listened wilh bated duclodbylnme dlreclora, the drst tlcciloa of No. 31 bta.lord June 4 aw Fails 8 03 a iu from criminal negligence or McKinney next Saturday night, Hunday at below tho name of the fair Kitiikh whom shall be hald ths7ll day of July llWJ one who No, land Nu,Sdsllr between Covington and. Druggist. Best saddle gelding, breath to the entrancing eloquence of Dr. thereafter the directors arelo La elected uu and Laalagloui oil others dally except 8uaJay. from other luolirei, Ihbbltt failed while II and again at night. t he iu the dance, and their costume, urst Holiday in iu every Diiu year, the elecA. K. Denny, prem , J. W. Allen, cert. County Attorney to have tho tax on the II. C. Morrlton, of the Chestnut St. Church tions to be luude July the by of lha slock There bare been 10,070 accessions to which, bad it not been for the klndnes of to 02. Beat uiaro or gelding, driven to comjiauy. thereby railroad and luuki cullocted, Louisville. For apt Illustration drawn the llaptist mission churches in Alia and a dear young lady mentioned In the fol0. The Incorporation Ia nit lo Incur any luT tut. U, rates and laloriuttloii pertaining to E Hundley, cert. from the simplest object of nature the lowing list, I would have found exceedingloaiug aoveral thousand dollar Ja. Drye, prem , for the liability beyond three hundred dol- time, rouuecllona, Ac , call uu or sddrts Furopo during the past year. lars. ly dllUcult to obtains (U.O. II. UiKINNKV, I'aawnger Ag.nl. 03, Special premium by J, E Ityan, tiny apple clinging to It stem for nourishcounty, ItlliU Ilia manner of man to ele7 The capital stock shall UdlrlJeJ luto shares The Cumberland Presbyterian Slato blaulurd, Ky, Mis Maltle Duke, Danville, black satin; vate to ofllceT If you think not, then go Bunday-sclioMerchant. Beat model atalllon, mare or ment, till It becomea Ihe pride of the orch C UI1UOWM. U. W UCNDElt, hold a three diamonds. S Pilrae properly la lobe exempt from corpo Convention Oeu'l l'saa. ATkL A art. elumrlnlaudtaL mr, n. to the polla and vote for Hill and the whole daya' eeaIon in Madlsonvllle, beginning .? Ml lleltle Ntjwliu, Danville, red aalln; gelding driven In bar new, Cecil Broa, A ardthe grain of wheat committed to Ita rate ucuu. W a UcUoBKars, U.H.M,Kt.XttY, LocallHckat Agsnli okSce August It. diamond. democratic ticket. grave In the earth, In faith of a glorious ltue, prem , J, M. Minor, cert. KM r , it . ., AN aVK. stuls Drug More. 5ci-Mhl- ii Interior! w ml German i Ilright Mn.T.rf at bottom flgurca Curran. 3 icy. - camp-groun- IM-l- !&, f.W,ff Ar a'i a o t.if. m her-ae- lf j n , "" """', "'"'s . i umiLU 1 JOS. J. SEVJKUAJVCJG, Htaii-fou- i Agricultural Society bilr-tn- ll LouiaviLt.,., . rl. Kv l.ex-Ingtd- TO THE PUBLIC "'t -t Notice Incorporation! MYERS HOTEL, and Reputation, atore-roo- m KY. Propr n g, ); ,, jw t. Inatall-menta- Wnlii-wrijli- 1 n. 100-ll- u FRANCIS HOTEL. n, r, lGS-- lt NOTICE STANrKI, - - KY. M Itofiiriiislica lteiltted. I3J-Z- clay-ban- k May-vlll- Danville Fair Coiiiiucrcial Traveler.. n jy Cur-ran- Excursion Trains I'ust-mail- er JM6. T. E. SMITH, CINCINNATI! lor-llne- two-face- ESTILL SPRINGS! I I over-Ho- 11 14 dr ... u Articles Incorporation ram sup-po- tt ouo-na- lllpu elso-whe- share-holde- rock-awa- y, Special Rates Emigrants. , i.l T , 9VJ.KA8ANTUIK8. Tnesday Morning, -- Jaly 31, 1883 soys hom or satas. fart .IrWmf HlffhlyllhinilHntrrt l4ill, Thlirlna 1'niiabamh Aer (litintlr, Iht the JIM lOorreepnndenrelfewToraTrihuna.) TJio Mtuiran gcntlomrtn, iui well m lojioro, in a nioet consummata fop, not Ik h-- j a i ui, rusT'ijurs. In his book, "Tho Land of tho Midnight Sun," Mr. Paul B. Du Chaillu Young Fitzalamodo has just cnteref gives many novel experiences. Not tho journalistic lifo, and is going to " cut I least interesting of these wero his i idea swath." no bcliovcs iu putting in a with girl drivers over Scandinavian good deal of "color" in his items and nods. "At every station in Finland," prides himself ou tho mellilluousness ol ho writes, "I hod a young girl for a his work. Ho sharpened up a couplo ol driver, and theso children ot tho north tiencils at both ends this inoroiug and Boomed uot in tho least afraid of mo. began: My first driver's uamo was Ida Catlio-rin- a "Wo regret to inform our readers thai ; sho guvo me u silver ring, and was tho estimablo Miss Jouos, of Jouesboro, delighted when sho saw it on my linger. daughter of Congressman Jones, nu3 I promised to bring her a gold ono tho grauddaughfrrof tho foundei following winter, and kept my word. of tho Village of Jonosboro, has mel She was glad, indeed, when nt tho end with a serious accident. As sho wa of tho drive, after paying, I gavo her a driving along tho Ixiulevard, at tho speed filvcr pieco. Another driver, 12 years of tho wind, the horso, a half brothoi of ago, was named Ida Carolina. Tho of Maud & and full sister of St. Julien, tiro of ouo of our wheels becamo loose, bocamo suddenly startled by tho uprisbut sho wus equal to tho emergency; ing of a covoy of partridges, which art alio alighted, blocked tho wheel with a unusually uuiucrous in that section this stone, went to a farm houso and borseason, and promise a good deal of f uu foi rowed a fow nails aud hammer, and with tho sportsmen when tho law is off, aud ai tho help of a farmer made everything thoy circled tho frightened stood tore right in n few minutes; sho did not down tho avuuuo liko mad until slopjKx) bocni iu tho least putoutbythoaccideut ; by tho gallant hand of Ofllccr 73 of th( iho chatted with mo all thu time, though Ninth ward. Her injuries were a con I did not understand what sho said, for tusion of tho anklo which did uot amount I did not then know thu Finnish luu to a frocturo, and tho unfortunato girl gunge. Shu was a little beauty, ttith was carried homo to her largu blue eyes, thick fair hair, aud rosy parents and sympathizing friends." checks, ' The city editor at this point was anxA Mainb man ot wealth left his estate ious for "copy," aud glancing it ovci o conditioned that his holru will rapidly crumpled it iu his hand, remarking, "Fitzy, you havo struck tho realm their income for six mouths for ovtly of a total abstinence pledge. of funoy solid. Thii department is the bleach domain of fact." Ho thou scribbled: Woukn of tho workhouses at Louis-vill"Tho daughter of Congressman Jones and Cincinnati ore mode to break was run away with by u spirited horso on rock iu tho streets two hours ovuty tho avcuuo yesterday afternoon, Injurkx morning. nominal." New Haven JicgUtcr. Street Talk. "How much heller you In 1770 tho British ocrago contained No matter how jaded the constitution look, Mrs. SI" "Yet, I hare gtioed 32 r Cure. Hare not may be from dlaeane or eiceaa, the Great iwcntyono Dukes, aud iu 1870 preou-elpouR'li on Hall's Catarrh tho sumo number. Ml w well iu 20 year, It lai made a Qeruun Invigorator reetorei it permanentociujiWe cure aad ! worth $50 a bottle lo ly. See adfertiecirjent. For sale by l'en Manx a lofty churoh spiro has a vase ny St McAlbter. tsy om that hw tin catarrh." and. -- r"ri first-clas- only in rognnl to hin home, but in his equipment. Ho may twinulo himself with an incrustation on his skin of eoven years' dirt, anil with n shirt that lias survived six months' continuous wear, but ho will invariably carry a large uickol-platcrevolver banging at hi siuo and showing half its length of lmr rol below his jacket. To tho butt o this revolver lio will gonorally havo n cord and tassel, or n steel or nickel-plate- d chain attached. If ho is on horseback ho will havo jingling bits, clanking tabor and a saddlo sliiniiig with silver ornaments, but ho will never Ikj without carbiuo or revolver. Tho result of all this display of liruarmg is, that they are perfectly familiar with weapons in n gen cral way, and think no moro of iwiuting a pistol at a man than at a jiost. It has almost superseded tho knlfo, though that peculiarly Spanish wcaion is not infrequently used. As to stcaliug, tho lepcro is n thiol from his mother's arms. It is a fact, and I stato it as confirmed to mo by tho Chief of rolico, that nine out nt every ten of tho Itoys and men found in tlio ttroets of Mexico, ixtlJling papers or lottery ticket, or soliciting light employment generally, nro thieves and piokpockctti, rind only njiprooch you on tho lookout for nu opiortunity to plunder you. So numerous nro they that tho police cannot distinguish tho bad ones, as in tho United States and European cities, but class them all as capable of any crime After tho visit of tho Chicago merchants to Mexico it was stated Uiat all tho country needed was improved agricultural machinery. A Chicago firm forwarded a largo lot of mowers, reap ers, threshers, etc, with several men to instruct tho natives in their use. One of tho man in chargo of this establish ment gavo his onoricnco to tho correspondent as follows : " It's just a holy terror I Tho people just about worried mo to death. Hero I'vo been hero nioro'n a year, and how many mowers and reapers do you think I'vo sold ? Well, sir, I ain't sold ono. Tiieso Mexicans nro just a caution to snakes I Why they como hero and got ono of my machines and toko it out on their plantations and smash it all to pieces, and then say 'toiu't good enough for 'cm. And tho worst of it is, I havo almighty hard work to got tho pieces of that machine back to tho shop. They'll novcr buy what thoy can steal or cheat a body out of. No machinery is good enough for 'em. Horo oro Mexicans who havo lived all their lives without seeing an improved machino of any kind, and who'vo plowed their land all their lives with a stick, that aro just too wjso to learn to do anything. A fow men havo got all tho land, and thoy keep it. Tho only way is to tax tho land, for at preaent thoso owners of largo haciendas that cover leagues and leagues of territory don't pay a cent of tax. Tho working peoydo aro only slaves, tho best of them gotting only 2 rcoles a day and find themselves. It's no wonder that everybody's a thief. Why, thoso lx!ggars aro so poor that they never havo 20 cents with 'em over night. Not a tiling is wasted iu this country, tho last bono and scrap of meat and bit of old rag is carefully saved ; why they'vo oven driven tho buzzards out of this country. A vulturo would bo ashamed of himself ovcrlastingly if ho ato and tho tilth these Mexilived among cans do. " Hero I am with a stock of machinery oxtabluh-men- t s that would set up a in tho Htulcu that is rusting to pieces, and theso peoplo aro only waiting till I'm tired out, when thoy expect to get it for nothing. When you'vo been among them a year, as I havo, and have M.en what sons of Satan they really aro, you'll .change your miud. ubout 'em You toutists who only meet them on tho street, and see 'em griuning and bowing and shaking hands, and embracing you as though you were n long lost brother, and telling you their houso is yours, and their whoa uud daughters and every-Utln- g thoy own is ut your dispoutiou you only boo ono side of 'cm. I'vo Boca both sides. I've tea tod their hospitality and found out that thero ain't a bit of real genuine hoepitulily in Mexico. They're tho shrewdest peoplo on this d as lawcontinent, just as yers, and so jealous of us Americans that they hate us. " This railroad business is just ' uuU for them. Thoy oiu't going to stand iu tho way of our building railroads and opening their ports for 'cm, just so long as thoy dou't put in any money but get all tho return. Thoy know well enough that iu caso tho roads aro a success they'll get tho benefit of it, ami if thoy fail they'll just rip up 'the rails aud sell 'cm for old iron. And as for tho couces-siou- s ; if you'll just name any two points iu Muxicau territory that oiu't already connected by a proposed railroad, all you havo to do is to go before Congress and ask permission to inako ouo ; they'll givo you a chance to wpsto your moiioy aud will throw iu any amount of subsidy you ask for," ti long-heade- An Albany womnn woko her during a idoroi and said: " I do wish you Knhttt, Uean, fittnkn, nmf ViktT AtHltm vf frrlghl. would stop snoring, for I want lo hear it (from the Philadelphia Tlmea thunder." "Odd freight? Well, I should nay xn It is cruelly lo cast your bread upon have," said 1). F, Masters, one tf tho oldtho water if tho bread Is nonr and est clerks in tho main olllco of tho Adheavy. It might givo tho fishes tho ams Express Company, as ho twirled liimsctf around ou n high stool and tnced dysottiio, Highlander wont an inquiring reporter. Mr. Masters talkt Wiikm tho bold courting ho tcrsoij. introduced himself: with great volubility, and, iu ha is in the "Ann Saxon, I am lloderick Dhu." Ann habit of dropping many small wonts, his conversation was decidedly jorky. Yrs, replied, "Dhu toll I" wo ship a littlo of everything, from diaisn't liecauso a woman is exactly It monds to Clioster-whitpigt and Lini afraid of a cow that sho runs away and berg cheese, Ilcmnrkablo thing alxml screams. It is because gored drosses Hint cheese. Ever smell any? llich, aro not fashionable, penetrating sort of fragrance, ain't it) WnRN a Now Orleans man wanted his Insl Case burst in tho freight-roopicture in an heroic nttitudo, tho artist spring. Modo overy ono aick. Two Irishpainted hlra in tho act of refusing to men tried to shovel it up. Bmoll nearly drink. Buxton 2Yancrlpt, turned 'em inside out. Got a Dutchman, A touho lady wrote somo verses for a regular out and out paper about her birthday and headed sort of n fellow from Bcrgmyor'i them " May 80th." It almost modo her saloon across tho way, but ho gavo out hair turn gray wheu it appeared in in ton minutes. Only finished it with print, "My 80th." tho help of a box of deodorizer. Fhow I " You don't know how it pains mo to They should chargo double rates to ship punish you," sold tho tcachor. such stuff," aud tho speaker olevated his guoas thoro's tho most pain at my cud noso as though n trace of tho dialiollcul of tho stick," replied tho boy. " 'T any aroma still lingered in his nostrils. " Two babies havo como through this ralo, I'd Ikj willing to swap." Bailey says: "Whnt men call acci- ofllce, ono from Chicago for Now York, dents is Cod's own part," but it is hard and tho oilier from Washington to this to convince a man of this when ho steps city. Tho men on tho lino made n grout down n etep that ho didn't know was fuss when the Chicago youug one was there and busts a pet com. Ho thinks it shipped. Telegraph operators all along tho route sent dispatches ahead, and that other party's part. peoplo went to tho doot to a loug way from this world to crowds ot " It's see the baby. Camo all tho way in tho tho next," said a dying man to a friend cars, noil n hammock all rigged up. who stood at his bedside. "Oh, novcr Now idea, you know, nnd messengers mind, my dear fellow," answered tho thought it was kind of a joke, but thoy friond, consolingly, " you'll havo it nil would't liko much of tho kind. Baby's down hill." mother died in Chicago, father lived iu Hi lot tend at the f eatlrel, pounds, I Now York ; weight forty-on- o A goblet In lila flat beliovo; cost nlxmt Si 50 to send it fluid brimmed A The tauge hla llptols kliccd. through. Philadelphia a baby coino Quoth he, " I wtab, that I oouM git along some timo after. Both niado their A pair of trouKre made and uecined to enjoy trip For summer wear aa Udu as Ihia CouaumptlTe lomouado. Fod'rn regulation tilings gcncrnlly. Oil Ctty lierrlck. spoon victuals from hotels along the " Halloa I Hob, how aro you ? " Bob, line. Often havo dead folks shipivd. who hod been in jail for debt for soma Don't know why thoy Bend 'em by months past, answered: "Very well, though. Toiu't likely any one's thank you ; but I havo been in trouble, going to walk off with a corpse. Yes ; a you know J" "What troublo ailed you ?" man shipped three short-hor- n cattle "A troublo parsed, in durance" clean through to Nebraska about a A tounq lady who was doing tho Alps, mouth ago. Unletu ho got them for nothing they must havo cost him it reported progress to her guardiau : tried to climb the Mattcrhorn ; didn't power of monoy when ho got thorn. reach tho top. It's absurdly high Just think of a man expressing everything is high in this country. n wholo deer carcass 2,000 or 3,000 miles. About as sensible for a butcher Please send mo somo money." lo express n beef through from here to I iuie tho Tito, peatiferoua fly That will not let mo 11a d Camden. Last fall a lunatio sent a When I would take my morning nap; block of cedar from California I aqulnu about and try to alap Thai's nothing, clear to Now Y'ork. That fijr, Cot I however, for I see somo ouo sent twenty But alap my face In Tain attempt barrels of mess pork to tho Pottstonu To kill tho wretch. military camp by oxpross and tins An alleged poet says that violets aro charges amounted to over 8100. A cin"heavenly gems on Nnturo'a polonaise," namon bear camo through from Nevada and wo presume on tho somo plan it by express lost January for tho Zoologimay bo said flat white turnips oro tho cal Garden. Said ho was tamo wheu buttons on Nature's Got looso neat thoy shipped him. duster. Omaha, drovo everyone out of tho car, "I've flvo cents left," said a loafer, chewed up half a dcor, ripped around "so I'll buy a paper with them." "What among tho freight and had a circus all to paper do you buy?" Baid a friend, cu- himself until ho was lassoed and tied in rious to learn tho literary tasto of bis tho corner of tho car with a acquaintance. "A paper of tobacco," Oh, yes, thoy ship lots of mirrors, but relied tho loafer. Seen years' tho men don't liko 'em. Ella Wheeixr has not received a bad luck to smash a looking-glasyou singlo offer of marriago sinco tho publiknow. Snakes till you can't rest, but cation of her poem : " Mamma Will thoy keep them in lioxcs. Messengers Not Loavo Her Homo." How often tho don't mind 'cm. Now, you might think most promising efforts of our lives yield eggs aro n nico freight, but they ain't. Sho More oxpressmon grow bald on account naught but disappointment. should not givo up in despair, howovcr. of worrying over baskets of eggs than A brief poem beginning as follows anj thing I know of," and Mr. Masteis might have a moro satisfactory result : turned from tho reporter to roccive a Darling uucle'a dead and gone, consigned to a p.ickago of hymn-book- s Leji Ing all hla wealth to me, missionary in tho Black Hills. But what an lichM, what are land. o ODD BlllVMKXTS VllKSS. husband UK KX rAsi my "I if. !. Mnrtfann, MKTIIOniHT, MOUTH -I- UV. rrery rlnnilay mornlna ana A rtrry TM It In nntlff the pui.lle that f.leclinn will nlghtoirrpt Ih Ihlnl. I'rajer Mwtlna A. u. rlumlay Behonl at on tho Ihigllsh ntiirnnd train, writes n Imt Mo In AttHtmt the iter. IIlhMitnlhIn Walnut tut mi far Jimir nt noil Iharolay l. nlitht. lioirioni niierinien"irn. Flat, tfollflwaiIom not sttMain tho AITIMT. HV. J. M. llaooa.l'aitorTHertleM I'earetit (III TarXnrr, n,l In Mini Uliltltl f.ir onrieroml and Kourlh Kiimlara. mornlntand notion of their great ConiUl'l In fills rtnrj. In Tiirrrratllle IHe. lor IWIaMn Id ah n Taranrr nlaht, l'rarer Meollnn arary Wralnntlay velocity, nor provo tli.it progress In ac- Irlet Humlar rkhool at 10 1. at. It. N. Harrow IBM a J. .V .Tff.'.Vf.'f-'Kf'.Hiiparlnlemlent celerating Kpcod which wat lo lie looked "tlllllMTIAN. Wfir.lilphj Ihomnireitatlnn at for In tho country nhcro the railroad was J err Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills onfreomllord'ailal. I'muhlnf hr llr. J. W. tVil and Knurth lord'a dafa, Munday Hchool hoiu and mulled. Tho famous " Flying at t It Jna Heirrante, rtuprrlntendanl. run tiir Dutchman" on tho Great Western H. Hot. PrtMIIIIKIIIAN, WIDTH. --at 10,l. John V. N ho.il makes llm run from London to Exhonl.Kujwrlntendent. Union Trayar Maallnion eter, 101 mile, in four hours and fourWdna.lay nlihla, teen minutes. With four stoiM, it And nil Bilious miles Haffl to take. I1ii pmv-l- vrwtalilp. nnKrlp-In-ir ii ihh(1 of almost forty-siAll liniralet. rrlmmrM au hour. A train on the Great Northern ara TliftuMnita nf Rr road, tho "Leeds oxpress," does lictter. annually mlilinl of Ihalr HTANMHllt. KY It makes tho distanco from London to tlrtlina, llm prolong), happlmmaitl liealtli n Leeds, 187 miles, in four hours almost norm 117 im oi I na ureal W., T. WALTON, - Proprietor. miles an hour, with four GERMAN Tho train carrying tho Irish mall stoK. Which potllltrlr ami iwmatx'ntlj rurra I ill Kltht eomnlfta fel" of Hern- to Holyhcnil, over tho London nnd North (rauanl liT ummnl any kln.l.l Anilf- - Bltaof Mlairo,',20i&O. falaaillaiaa ahaaa Mhaalla lnlaa.lt(t aallaiaa. I ffWt ' aiiiuij iiiiiuiim "' follow a II ru.'llrD. ami all illomx lleaaouahla ralea to pxnl attrarllona. Addrraa western line, and Julbod years ago Mquonraof ai Iom of rMTjtj, kaaol aa alota. unltrrxal Ilia nitmorr,of lllftfl. liwltml, pain In anil liark, "Tho Wild Irishman," has now Bunk tlliiinma f luanT Itrvmalura old Bit,, into comparative obscurity with its rate otlirr dlMai that leail to consumption and a pre- rvuti lor rirrtimia wiiii ot a littlo less than forty miles on hour. maiurn aravot mall. Tba tXflHOItATUIt College. monlalafrM hr IraiM r hr alt Tho competition over sovoral of tho la kIJ at II willli,orl ilx frcw hr fur ft, atrurolf I mall, irusliti,or NTANFOUI. KY. great lines to the populous Scotch cities Malrd, on rrcilpt if prlw, hr a.Urwiliijt a. . a air.a.a. 113 AlanualiTTl,Toll,lilo. leads to somo fast schedules. Tho mornIl-lr- r Hola atcnt Kir tho Unllc-- t tjtaln. With a Full Corps of Teachers, ing express ou tho Great Northern road makes only four stops along tho lino Thla Inalllutlon will open Ha Thirteenth rVaalon from London to Edinburgh, 395 miles, ODlb2d Mnpday In September neil. aud Hies over tho whole dUtanco iu nluo 1. 1. Till: mtANCIIFJt IIP A CELEBRATED hour, with an uveiago rulo ot almost forty-fou- r miles an hour; nnd on tho MidTHOHOUGHENGUSHCOURDE land lino tho night Scotch express runs Ara tauiht, aa wallaa to Glasgow with o speed of tho 425 miles MDBIO. TUB LANOUAOKH. D1IAW. miles an hour. Theso f forty nnd INO AND 1'AINTINU. nro tho four swiftest trains in England, aflr-noorail-nx- AlUnillU.iy JUtLWATS. critical examination of tho speed of nnot.tnH anb Election IMotico ! CHURCH BIKU'TORT. iimltUI t Ml. A.ilt iillu.il,TiiltM.iini MlrlHlt.'-nf('iMtr't'fll'rMtMy Tlrfmtlimll f.rnMMiiiltnli. unmim IWwitfl STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. 1WS. 'ltlr-.- . nlrrtlff frp! VM.rT IMI S.iri1lnatrm mr rV liilinrIf('! I il:rrnlrift N (Vimniffdil ttittrtrmltnry. Mrimmlrnli ntiirltlnfrvrMir-Ml MMrtlfi Ut jrff, tiw, ( f , In in.lrwMtr Itn?nfKrniiirky. din, infmr In rmtaioraM tnlrtffilraV. Ii. KiRrivtrtitJKK.rATTva iH.ii, lit H , rrrllrii ut tliv lVllnc, UlnK.n, Kr. fcliy AMKUIOAN LIVER ll Mutual Aid Society or jCcMttnoicy. Upon aollcllallon I hata aceenled tha afency ral of thla moat pralaa-wortUncolnandtlarranleoiintlM and pe'feclly rellahla Inatllnllon, tha A. M. A. rWlety lln 'lo proflda ohirctnftho financial aid lolhawldawa, nrphana, helra, lera-teand amlina of Its dteeaacd mrinhera." No ona ahnuld heallalo to aeeiira niemlierahlii. It will ttonl mo pleaaiira to (Iff full Insinuation to thoaa dealrlna It and clrrulara ahowlne; tha ohjrct ol tha Hoelety, nameaof Ihooflleera, Ac. -a ji rltanford, Ky ai. af a" I ID Complaints x OPERA HOUSE, ROBBED forty-seve- n IN VIG0RAT0R! ii ,.., i., S L Stanford Female & LINDDN If " k Solid, GLOBE ! RaS A lii.Niimiic' I'ompiiii.y one-hal- 85.212,737 81 American Aneti, paid in 31 yeari Lone 931,000,000.00 in U 8. exceed wleliy-waah- y first-clas- s, "I 1,200-poun- nnd, t ttill lie seen, tho Leed. express, miles an with it rato of hour, is tho lleetest of them all. Thrco out of tho four trains probably lcnt tho running time for tho wuno distance on nny other roa lain tho world. Thoy nro nil, however, far outstripped for a shorter distanco by tho train on tho Pennsylvania railroad which leaves Jersey City ot 4:10 p. in. nud makes tho rjnof ntmut eighty-c'gh- t miles to Philadelphia 100 minutes, with ono stop, at Trenton. miles an nnd eight-tentTho fifty-twhour made by this American train is probably without parallel in tho schedule timo of any railroad company on It may bo mentioned that thoglolic. tho fast trains of tho Pennsylvania oud Vauderbilt roads botwecuNow York and Chicago compare well as to timo with tho long runs on thu English nnd Scotch lines, nud moro than doublo them as to distance. On both tho American oud English system ot railroads it must also bo remembered that for short stretches of straight track, with good roadbed nud favoring grades, a Bpeod of Bixty miles or moro nu hour is not very uncommon. Tho ordinary timo of passenger trains ou tho British railroads docs not vary much, if nny, from tho sioed d of tho corresKndiug trains ou our miles nu lines aliotit thirty-fiv- e hour for express, and twenty .flvo for accommodation trains. n-forty-sovou o steel-raile- TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition. lrleea ranea from f HI lo 1.10 In th I'll in a rr.fi.; Inlerntf-llat- a rnrular trirtiiienta, . 130; rreparamiy, no, and txiiieiciaio, l'roniit mid lltiNtirndlp. I'aji Inttrt wllliout (ill dnjh' dlsruiiul. American BniioeM. Does tlio Leadincj JOHN MX nrilKIt III- l.llcleawtlllnl.y HKN. For full rartlcLlan. at to Hoard, N. Ac addrraa '. rillr:ili:RT. I'rlMrliinl, AUslortl. unroln Uk, X.J, M. PHILIPS, IIIIMT-CLAH- Agent. 8TTEBS No time alintiU lie lout if tho itnmaeh. llrrr ami liotrr la aro afTvetril, to ailopt Ilia aure ra rtiruxtr, lloalrttcr'a Womaeh 't llilirra otlirra far of tho urgani naiiii 1 Ihcrcfon-.liaamore aerloits, ami n tlti.iy litrr complaint, chill amoiu. rtml fiTtr, early rheumatic! twlngra, khlnrr If m.lnMi brlni? rtou Imuily troutito11)14 tririnl with, lxisc no timo lu lulug HALL'S fi ATARI 13 BECOMMEHDEB BY - COMPANIKJ Ihaaania aaeney. llalra rraaooabla lypr,ii rHYCICIAHa effective aniaaioiiwtiicino 1'er aalr jy all DrujKliU ami Dealers generally. . CARTER'S lo nnd Cntnrrh of tho Naanl or tho Cnr. Cyo or Ulcerntlral Catarrh IMTtHNALtY, nnU Throat. It la tnkon tho nets OIRCOTLV upon(no Blood and Bratem. It Mucoua Ourtiicoa of In Ii tho Iwat Blood Purlflor thatth In WORLD, nnd la worth ALL chnrRexl for It, for THAT otono. Catlty-Chron- ouuion B t4MVi Chicago TI1K ItODTi: Railway. UHK IIUNNINII Louisville, New Albany & I.V1' l'ulliiiau LOUISVILLE PaliU'.o TIUINS Curs! AND M1LIII TO CHICAGO! I ITTLE puts. BVER Flck Ilnwlacha and rtllera all tho tronMti Incident to a bllloua Halo of tho ar'ttm, inch aa Nannc-a- , Drowalnna, IJiatrraaaUTrallnir, l"aln In tho Side. Ac. Whiln thrlr moat nuuua.. ablo ucccaa Laa Lnn rhown la caring CURE CATARRH IXIE&VAl CURE riN TUB MAKKlrrafcJ And wa offnr Ono Hundred Dollnra tor nny C.iao of Cnt.trrh It will not Oiiro. WILL CI Hi: A.NV CAHr OflWo of A T HTwiT.t OaTI Cuicioti. Ill Juno 4, 1SU, ( i J. Unto, II. J. JVtrra. F I lain l.lmaiM In Infirmln7 you (ItHtlrmrn It liaa I liatn uaetl llllra UnLirtti fum that eiinit mo-- 1 waa wry loJ cunt don't liraltaio to iy thAtltwlllrvrtanycannof Catarrh If taicn Yuuni tmlr, ptvporly. J. 11 WuTiiinroaa WOIITII 8IO A HOTTI.i:.-ONLY KraciaL NirriciL I'aaaeorara Irout tha Kaoi-rl'l- a llranchof I. A N. It. It. arrita In Loalllla la lima to take tha treolhii train of tha Moikb lloula" and go through to (Irrriirnntlc, CrnnriinUTlllc, Ijtrajette and t'lilrngo rtltliuul rliatipp. -- TUIKTAIU.U Italia. M'ArlONM. Ctntt , . lolly. a in P 4 I I. TO. Air. " llrrMall. . Clawfurdxllla. ChiMa laiuUflll. ... .. Ul.jelU .... rjiiuiou aTUKtCT JtAILIfArs. ncgro-minstr- log-chai- n. jr. Since hla dear (ace no more I aee T Quad. Mam of Detroit, ere we wed, Tell me, can you bake good bread T la the coffee that foil brew Btrong and clear, of amber hne T er comb your hair Do you V here tho wel rd hath ) ou prepare llut Bret of all, pray tell me. tweet. Are you cureod with frigid fettf Ik London, duriug 1880, 15,093malci t jtnd 13,870 females wero arrested and locked up for tho crinio of drunkenness. Unless boisterously nnd offensively drunk men aud womeu are not liable to arrest. Thefeo, wo supiKKJo, can bo called the "dead drunks" of London. tm. "vurrixQ a ti tr.tr ii 1831. y.v juuuhal well-know- n Versailles is reached from Paris by what is termed tho "American railway.'' As much resembles American railway as nu ocoan steamer docs a canal boat ; street ear a long carriogo on seemingly not essential whether car runs on track or not. Paris has brought tho tedious Byntcra of street cars to perfection. Graud object in Paris is to run as fow cars as possiblo for as many people as jKjsaible, with tho longest possible waits lictwocu starts. No stops on tho street for passengers. Passengers limit go to station and wait for car. Stations about n quarter of a niilo apart. Cleric at each station. Conductor carof passengers aflcr ries a "way-bill- " h fashion. Vast tho old amount of stamping aud scaling. This for each passenger who wants to ride fotty rods. Stamping iu blue ink, stamping in red. Dignity nnd fuss of But a officials awful to contemplate. Frenchman thinks that n pin dropping in Paris drops a littlo louder than a pin drops anywhere else. Top of street o cars furnished with scats ; called ; faro outtido, G cents, inside, C cents. Better air and viow outside. Gauls object to open windows aud fresh air. Will boar any sort of smell to keep warm. Fuel and hent aro very exieu-siv- o in Paris. Take thorn ten minutes to chango car horses. Samo old harness, with ton times tho necessary number of straps to unbuckle, as used with state coach of Louis XIV., and two aged French hostlers to bucklo and unbuckle who drovo stages in tho timo ot tho first Napoleon, nnd to whom time is no object. My daily experience aud observation on riding homo from Paris to St, Cloud via Route do la Beiuo. Often see four stieet cars in line, filled with peoplo abovo and below, waiting to start, Iutcrval of fifteen minutes' starting timo botwecu oach car. Last car ot tho four ono hour to wait. But these Gauls socin to liko it, soom to havo learned to wait; not to "labor nud wait," but simply to wait, Prentice Mulforil, in S'ai FrancUco Chronicle, Btage-coacL'lm-jierial- IlratlAf hr.jrt Cartcr'aUtUo Urn mil arertjnaTly valoahla In Constipation, curing and prcrratirvr thla annoylnj; complaint, wlulothry also correct all dlaortltra of tho atomaeh. ttmulale tho llrtr tuX rcgulata tho Lowcla. Erttt If they only cared SICK Xnur, JacLaon, Jlleh., wrttea Hare, had CaUur h for SO years. 1 tail- Catarrh Ciiro cunal mo. Conaclerlt worth ImOOrUottU. mV4 1 try all Dnicclata at 55 rta, tT IWtln. I Mauufacturrd ami aoklby F J CUtlVCY CO. EaU) pu au tliJiu a Uau 7 an 7 It t 01 SO IKlu put X III f 41 MM um u For aalaln Nlaoford 1)UU0, OHIO. ty I'enny A Tha uioaldlmt route, with only ona ihaacaof rata, loatl pulnia In wl.nln, MlnaeauU, Iowa, Nehraaka, Ac r'or lurther lufonuatlon. addraM MUIIUAV KKI.LKILII. I' A., IS- Loulirllla, Ky McAlliter, rho Ache ihry wonltl beaJmot prlcclr to thoattforta-tuitoeafl; r from thla illstrclni; complaint; bat their fXKliicaatloea not cud here, and tbooa Tain-abl- o V hoonco try them will Unit ttuw little nllU la ao many wa ja that tbry will not b Uum; td do wlttout thtai. liutaflerallaicklicad HEAD ACHE Afflicted, Attention 1)H. G ANN'S IUUIEIUKSX FOlt THE MILLION. HANUr'ACrUUKI) 11V rS'' r'VSlS ffliouisviLLtr &hashvili.e1lrTT 9a THCQRCAT W. K. (IANN, M II., MONTICELLO. KY. The noild la Blle.1 with tho on.lriful, rul ana lolrliato liirrollona ol uiau, yet all Ilia roiuhlncd talent ami aenliii th.l tha world haa ar-- er known liaa nerer pnMluee.1 anythlna that can ' Mt.leal coiopara with lr. tlanu'a Iteiui-llkill and arlenra hart, aa yl, tilled to dlanirrr any llilut to Iheui. fir tha euro of lb dla- Aa their caiua for ahlih Ihey aro reeooiinen.lt-- 1. virtuea an.1 UNaare rralaelhv IIioumimIi thniunh out Ilia laniclli and Ueaillh ol tho laud, and aa blamlardraiullr tlrdielnif, they ran Hot 1i antaralully auUtaullaliJ by tha 1 Through Trunk Line w here la the banc of co many Uvea that0U la wherehllo ciua It mako our crtat boaaU Oar , , Othtrsdoririt. Carter a Littlo iiv r lui aro Tcry Fmaii ana HullhMII by drucclita cruywbuc, ix acat by lual tWUTUIl JIKDICIXE CO., New York. or Uiiiglia, IXilda, Croup, llroorhltla, IWiuup lion aud all (liwaneaa ol tha Throat aud Lunga, Without Change and with SHORTEST AND Spud Unrivaled ROUTE Vho Dr. (aitim'r CoiikIi Syrup. Dr. Uuiiii'h I.lver Cure. Dr. Jiiiiii'h I.luliiii'iil. Flalula aud all QUICKEST THE BEST OF ALL For Urrr(Vinillnl,lljnIa,Inlleillon4aun-dlca- , tiuatli'allon, sour Hloiuaeh aud all lilltoua Dlaeaaei, laou uh!ijiluc loTiir. Unv SOUTH & WEST PULLMAN CURS I.llllo llock, MoDtfouiary, Atlaiitaataaoah, Jackaonillla, Mobile, and Nw Ori.ani, In Talaea Can Without t'Laoa., LINIMENTS FOIl MAH iaUD BEAST. Pnr nnm t'..-t- . I lurJ of a. rcntnrrtho I MiUunMiialniip;I.lilmeitluuilocii Unnwni i" iillltiiiH ull over tin) vorltlnr Mm only uafu r llonco for tlio rtillt-- f of I ftcclilcntfl iiinl num. jr. 11 n inotur net iiInivu jirlcti unit rimtso tlio Ulml. ior every Xoiiuof txttriiul pain I tlio For Itheuinatlaia, rtauralgla. rlpralna, UrLlaea aud HwrllluKa aneiurnal application for man or .IKK lut .!. IInu BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Kroai Loularlllala PalacafarawllliOutcLaDja. line ol thia road will low ralea. Saa Acaota ol tlilo t'ompany for talca, roulaa Ac., or write c. P. ATMOItl. 0. P. & T. A. Loulai:i, Kr. Forl'llea, Hemorrhoid!, llurm, aluillar dlatam, Vhu Dr. Giiiiii'm IMIoOluliticiit. Itltlvr-NKO!t For Freab Cula, llurna, Ulcert and Old Hum, liatrit Uno Dr. Giiiiii'h PMinOflNTC LlnlUilAil I O receive apccial Slni; homcaontha OIlltllH-lll- . MEXICAN nuen of tinlu mill llilhtuiinatloil llunoa albln. lUiireclaiirton lluiiinii urueijuully wonilir-- l llm jinitoi jji. i no Jicxii Liu Miurtnnr? Miilmetit U wltlinut rtn onnal. lonetrutt a llcall uiltl lillliclo till rittiio uinuuur inn ctiuunu-- i I.ie Vhu Dr.JJiinii'H NIoiiiiicIi ItKtorN A lltliahla Tonic. Appttlier and tilood 1'urlrlar, yiimila( lndieatloof Llrrr and alao curra a Oil all iwrlodleal t'oiaplalut. Malarial IJiaeaai-a- . Mauufaclurrd and foraala ty It Don't Be Led Astray! Ily lhoweullarly Horded adfrrtlaeuienlaof rlral rootea, which ara liable to derelra tba public. The hliorleat and tjulrkut llouta from Ctucln. natl Weat la tha ltry W. IC. 2&. X)., Sola proprietor, Uoulleollo, Ky. OafAll or J era M-- ll by iu.il will receive piompt atteullon, MUSTANG T.lntinriit la tiop1im! liv Boinrliodv In I urn or I every J)un l.vciy day lirlitf-- n Htviuisiaitior imrui of litem. tii Mo iuiirtrri to I tuUluuJ. HtoitMi. or a nlitublo iioro or ps.1 nvil by tuo hcauni; jiowcr oithu CHESIPEnKEf D 01 RY. 01 & MISSISSIPPI 10 H. W. tlieaKXuii Kentucky's Itouto Enst Cincinnati to St. Louis Iloura ahead of all other line. Iloura ! LINIMENT which rppoillly-- rurot aucU allmcnta of tho IlliiAN I'l.lU tut Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Tha only lino runuing 4 aliaily Hilly Tului, with uoctiangaofcara for any clauol paaarngera. Traloa to Loul.illlo, with Kra Parlor Of tho 1,400 doctors iu Philadelphia about 400 make it good living, 200 lay up something, aud 100 nro well off. Tho rest of tho crowd simply hang on, aud wish to gracious thoy had learned to run a Haw-mil- grief-Btrioke- u l. )i Tub blue nccktio, which is part of overy Chilian soldier's uuitorm, is as dourly coveted as a trophy by tho Peru vians as a scalp by tho Indians. Tub United States produces moro paper in proportion to its imputation than nny other nation, and utcs more than it luoducc. Carter' Littlo Lirer Pills will poaitlfely cure sick headache aud prevent its return. Tbii ii not talk, but truth. One pill a done. To he had of all druggiels. See advertisement. Ii honest and pay your ubecrlntton. HiTollluct, etirr .loiiita. iniirHcieia iiiuaeiea, juiriia nud Nrnlila, C'uta, ltrulaoa mill Nliruliu, I'oluuiion Ultra hmiI a, olil Mlni;, Stiniirai, .Maliin. Morcili t'lei a, I'lotf holo IlpiU, Cut, at. mill Indreil etcry - fbuii or vatciuut It liittt- fvlllioutarara. tor tlio liuuTis ( uniTioK it rnrta Npraina, Mivlmiy, filirr Jolnta, I'ouiiiler, Tlnriicaa nurea.Iloof Hut, fwroar Worm. Ncali, llolloiv llurii, Mrntclira, lVlud Nimvui, Kll,Hurra, I'ollTliruali, ItliiKl.ona, Hvll, lipull OIU tlio f.lolit ami orery ullur ulliucitt ) xvlilrli tlio ceiiiunla ut Ilia Maliln nml Mtiirk lunl nt lluUIt. w 'Jbu Malleoli Jlllmtona I.liiliiiciitM nlwuyu curtm Itnil liuvrc uuupnuuiui aud H U, pcaltlvcly, ItliouiiiKtlani. t PULLMAN NEW SLEEPINO OARS a soliiTtrain 2 2 raoM w. J.OIliHVlUt, C'lllclllllHlilllltll.t-XlllKtOIl, liy.a . Tralna lo Klaimllle, 4 houra In of all other routoa, with ona leu ehaua of ear. Dally Traloa to Cairo, 7 houra quicker than ay other Hue, aud no change of tara. Dally Traloa to New Orlraua. No cbaUMOof can Irom Clnduuall. lluul" l0 12 HOlirS QoUu!ahai:" ""a CulM 21'ally .h.V.?SrJi. !i ""'""1 on tha of care WASHINGTON CITY, ConoeillDif lu aaiua The Direct M . JK Tim I. lh.A..1. Ii ii. m Traloa Irom liuilnnalt lo Hi. Louie. uiakluK dlrw t T .. ... II..I.... Il... t. with faat traloa lor rflllll. Ili.lia lit ll.u,..."" "l"" taaoi. I.OU1I W1IU deit ii allaaourl UilBc 11a aay.rJl. Uula. Iruu Jlouu. lain A rlouthtru Hallway, t'hlraiio A Alton lull, load; (.lilta), llurlluiilou A Qulucy lUilroad: Keokuk A hi Loula lUllroaJj Wahaah, 81. Lou la A Itallroadi Mluourl. KauaaaAlexaa Hall Houtfl toLyuckburg, Dan- wa), M luie A tiau I'r.uclno ItallViy. .. THE BEST OF ALL ville, Norfolk, Impreu This Upon Your Memory, 'J he II. . II. le the ouly Hue by wblcb you tan art through tare hoiu Ciuciouill toBL lijula without palug ealia lam lu addition to uiouer al I lor tiikol. 1'orilckcle, raUa.or auy luluiuiallou, call on lo Ticket Aceute of conuoctiua-Hum- . -I- N(Hi aw call at 15(1 Waluut at, All Virgiuia your For and North Curollna I'ointu. addrraa apply LINIMENTS 703 UAH OR ueaat llitet ulUm.or 311) W. tllklla and lurlher lufonaallon. BIA5T. JAHI1N V. KHNhl', UllllwIllliaillorliepotfoolofMIII.irwt. Haul. Woataru Aaeut, HnlH Nt., Loularllla, Ky. W. W. PBAUOOY, W. II. HHATTUC, U.u'lAl1u.ter,tUMiKl.uU-.M,og.,;g- , V. W. NM1TII, II. W. rilLLKK, Uau'l Faaa'r Aft, Uan'l MiDuar. Htcbuosil, VlrglnU. J. D, HILL, l'auau.cr Agent, Utiaon, Xj. i . u 4w