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Semi-weekly interior journal: August 7, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883080701_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: August 7, 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. Stents VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. Couldn't Fact the Huvc. Hili The First Public Prayer in Denver. ntefio 7, 1883. A A infill. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER STANFORD, ICY., TUESDAY, AUGUST Pair of Armf Shoet, 170. New Mode of Burial W. P. WALTON, ... Editor and Proprietor Puhllihett Tiiril(ii H'-l.n- nml Frlitnv, IJ3It ANNUM. b- VplMM don't mhJ iltmptln p.jmcntof Kflptlon, airrpt lo mala thanr. an.l tli not orr Ihrw of - fat. An Editor' Amutemente. Thcro nro but few pcoplo who nro nwnro of tlio pleasant lifo a nompaicr man leads. Ilia pathway ii jlrown all along with llio brightest of flowers and Ills upon downy couches ho reposes. daily lifo b ono continued round of unalloyod happiness. TItJa is why so many young men Mplro to liccomo editors. Thcro in no end to llio fun that thcro Is in tho luuinesi, as wilt Ito roadlly learned from reading tho following of an Eastern editor, whoso style of writing wai calculated lo arotiio peoplo to deeds of goro. lloing himself not much on his muiclo, ho found it necessary to keep a fighting conoditor and had n speaking-tub- e nected with tho peeler's room, to call him when danger required it. Ono day a gentleman, whom the editor had dromereferred to a "a crosa-cj- el dary," carue in to request a correction, and as tho fighting oditor was out ho didn't respond to tho signal of distress and while tho editor and liii visitor were on tho lloor under his desk, tho former agreed to correct tho mistako, and the irate man left. Pretty soon a from tho rural districts gentlcm&u carnoin to giro tho edi torn lug tujuash and get a notice, and about that time tho fighting editor returned and a hoy in his room told him that tho boss wanted help. The man of war was quick to rcspoud, and dashing into tho chiefs room and teeing tho latter in a somewhat disordered condition, tho result oi his previous visitor, ho thought tho countryman was the causo of it and clinched him and after staving up some furnituro, ran tho victim across tho street to where an empty hearse was standing in front of an undcrtak cr's shop. Into tho vehiclo he tho farmer and shut tho door. The commotion he bad created scared tho horses attached to the hearse and they started olT on a dead run. Peoplo soon noticed tho runaway and ran after it and were shocked at beholding tho hearso collido with a post and a completo wrcck;thcir horror at feeing a human body precipitated to tho sidewalk was only equaled by their amazement at seeing it spring nimbly to its feet and take oil across tho country, yelling murder. They thought it was an attempt lo bury a man nlivo and part of them went to get tho undertaker to lynch him, whilo tho rest pirsued tho farmer, who was found iu tho swamp. And after he was brought in, it took over three hours to get matters explained and then tho farmer went boforo a justico of tho peaco and ruado affidavit and said that bo hoped to bo struck by lightning if ho over Kana newspaper oflico again. sas Farmer. Tho Apacbo Indian may bo susceptible of civilization, but it eeenii to bo of a crudo sort thus far. A traveler who writes about that warliko race to the Boston l'ost tells, of a buck who was called "a bad Indian" because ho had killed his mother, wife, and papoose. Ho complained to the Indian agent. "They don't treat mo fair. They call mo 'bad Indian.' Thoy eay I kill my mother. Yes, I did; but I did it bocausosho was too old to work. Then they say I killed my wifo. I did that because alio was too tick to work. Thoy talk about my killing my papoose. Well, I did that too; but it cried too much and I couldn't sloop. I am good Indian; not bad Indian. " jam-mod o Georgia teems lo bo pro eminently tho place of uiilquo experiences. The Suinplor llfpulliean tclli llio story of a young man down near tho river who wai to bo married on a certain night. IIo bad noon nnd lovod tho girl and wai loo hfuhful to do his courting, so it had lo bo dono by proxy. Tho day had arrived, the guoits anomhlod, tho licenso procured, tho parson on hand and tho brido ready, but tho youthful gnom did not turn up. Tho friond who had dono tho courting went out and after looking around, found htm titling or lying in n horso trough. On asking him why ho did not go to tho houso to ho married, ho answered: "Oh, I can't go thar in tho houso and stand beforo them folks," "Oh, yes you can; everybody in thoro is mar-rio- d but your girl. Come on." "Get her lo come out doors and wo'll marry under tho shed, but lot tho old folks slay in tho houso." Tho friend went back, got tho girl nnd parson out without exciting suspicion and they wero married. Tho company waited two or three hours and on being invited to supper, wero introduced to tho brido and groom. Thoy becamo so indignant that all left without partaking of Father Dyer, a Methodist minister, now living on tho Divide, was tho pi oncer preacher iu Colorado. IIo will probably offer tho opening prayer of tho approaching quarter centennial. It is related of Father Dyer that when ho first landed in what is now Denver, bo saw beforo him a largo tent, and to that, supposing a camp meeting to be in progress, ho wended his way. To his astonishment ho found not a camp meeting, but a very extensivo scries of games, such ns faro, pokor, kono and tho liko, going forward. Ho remained nliout tho lent for forty eight hours, looking very intently upon tho progress of tho games. At tho end of that period ho stepped upon a (able nnd said, in a voico loud enough to bo heard all nbout him: "Hoys, I have looked at your gamo now for tho past eight nnd forty hours. Now I ask you togivo somo attention to mine. Let us pray." Thoy had not boforo known that tha solemn-lookinman was n minister, but at tho invitation hats wero taken off, chipi wero dropped, and all bowed their heads in pray er, with Father Dyer leading. And that was tho first public prayer utter ed in tho Piko's Peak country. Aftor tho aupor. tbo prayer had lecn concluded tho A now popular writer relates an games wero resumed. A Remarkable Case. episodo in bis lifo which is worth reAn old mau was arraigned beforo membering: On ono occasion, when I called to ascertain tho fato of a man- an Arkansaw court for somo trifling uscript I had left to bo read by the oflenso and among the witnesses was editor of a great daily, tho latter said, an old woman, who, in civinc her "I notice tho word 'gent' here;' have testimony, mado such efforts to shield you spoiled it correctly?" "Haven't I tho old man that tbo judgo asked: spelled itgon-t?1 asked in some "Madam, have you known this man astonishment. "I believe so; but very long?" won't you have the goodness to look it "Yes sir;" tho old woman replied. up in tho dictionary?" I turned con "I have known him a very long time. fidently to Webster's Unabridged, ami Whon I was a young girl, this man presently becamo rather red in tho used to visit mo. In fact, Judge, we faco at not Iwing ablo to find tho word wero sweethearts," and she twisted her in that lewi!dcringstoro houso. "Per- apron and looked down. haps thero is no such word in the En"Ah, I seel" the judgo replied, "usglish language," slyly suggested tho ed to bo sweethearts and think so editor; "in which case wo had better much of each other now becauso you strike it out of tho article." This lit- did not marry each other then?" tle lesson raado so deep an irapreiiiou "You nro mistaken, Judge, for wo on me, and instilled into my heart did marry each other and are husband such a hatred for tho word 'gent' that and wifo now." I believo if I wero naked and starving "Indeed!" the judge exclaimed, I would refuse to be clothed gratis at "this is a remarkablo case. Liberato a "Gent's Furnishing Store," or to ac- the old fellow, Mr. Officer." Arkancept a complimentary dinner at a saw Traveler. "Ucnt'a Saloon." Mr. Itichard Grant When you discontinue a paper do Whito wittily remarks that "gents" so manfully. Don't bo so spiteful as and "pants" belong together, for the to throw it back to the postmaster former always wear tho latter. If with a contemptuous, 'I don't want "gents" is to ho tolerated by careful it any longer!' and havo 'Refused' writers, then let us accept "pants" for written on tho margin, and havo the trousers, "transpiro" lor happen or paper returned to tho editor. No gen occur, and iu brief, adopt all the va- tlemau ever stopped it iu that way, no riegated and wonderful vocabulary of matter if his head is covered with gray tho nverago newspaper. hairs that should bo honorable " A simple remedy for all insects that (Juris fob. Cholera Moniiua. Having used the following most successfully while in tho army, and when occasion requires iu our family now, wo kuow it to bo a reliable remedy for cholera morbus and the like, and can therefore recoraend it: Toko of spirit! camphor 1 ounce, tincture laudanum, 1 ounce; tincturo capsicum, 1 ounce, and tincturo rhubarb, 1 ounce, and mix them together. Whenever in pain or cramped tako ten drops of tho mixturo on sugar. If tho attack bo sovere, tho doso may be increased drops. Abovo all, keep to twenty-fivquiet, and your cure is certain. e annoy farmers is given bv a Wenona, III., agriculturist. Ho tays: "Gather all tho old straw and hay into loug rows around tho orchards, potato nnd cabhago patches, and set firo to ono end to burn against tho wind all night, and thoy burn up ruillious aud millions every night of the rualo insects that fly, and bugs of all kinds and such as deolroy tho trees and potatoes and cabhago aud tho canker worms on tho upplo treos. They will lly right into tho blaze and burn their wings ofT, aud drop into the firo. I told a mau to do that, who said tho ground in his potato patch was crawling alivo with potato bugs. Ho plowed a ditch around and filled it with straw, and burned them all up iu one night, aud ho raised a big crop of potatoes. Tho pratrio fires iu former years used to burn them all up. Do this and you will soou bo rid of tho whole miller tribo of insects." Matrimony between persons of tho samo blood in Franco is forbidden by law only to parents, grandparents, an J full and half brothers and sisters. Marriages between uncles aud nieces and aunts and nephew? are permissible. Tbo former are frequent, and in most cases to be explained by a desire to keep fortunes from going out of families. Tho Catholic Church theoretically prohibits marriages between collateral ascendants und descendants aud cousins to n distaut degree, de ceased wife's sisters, deceased bus- band's brothers, and sponsors and But alio never their in tha t country u dispensation. As a curious souvenir of the war, Major Albert Koti lias preserved in a glass case u piece of what was known in tho (Joiifetlerato army as ramrod bread. It was mado by stringing out a pieco of dough und twisting it around a ramrod and thou baked by suspend Cuter' Utllu I.lrcr Pill will poillluij ing on two forked slicks. The pieco cure sick liesdiclie and prevent IU return. preserved by Major Ilos was baked in Tills Uuot UlU, but truth. One pill a Macon Tennessee. I8G1 iu Kast dote. To la had of all druggists. Bee Telegraph, tdTtrtlseutat. At tho recent general asembly of Thcro was another poor follow, a who had received a cement manufacturers at Berlin, Dr. very small man, very large pair of shoes, and had not Fruhling described a now application yet been ablo to effect any exchange. of cement. He explained that it Ono day tho sergeant was drilling the would be easy to transform corpses company on tho facings right face, into slono mummies by tho uso of faco and, of Portland cement, that subtance when left faco, right-abou- t Block, course, watched his men's feet closely hardened not in any way indicating tho Op or a to see that- - they went through tho organic changes going on within it. TX3A.XiT:itH IN- , movements promptly. Noticing ono He further illustrated tho subject by MuhIphI H'lncx, , Wall Paper. I.lmioi-Hpair of feet down tho lino that never describing various industrial uses of t'licmlcnltf, Itnokx, IiiNfruinrnlH, Cigara, raliitH, ritatloncry, I'nckct budged at tho command, tbo sergeant lime as a preventive of decomposition. NoitpH. OIIh, Tobaccos, Cult lory, of them, Tho cement in hardening takes an acrushed up to the possessor I.tiiupx, Perfumery. Firo Arum, Machine NccuIch. with drawn sword, and in monacing curate cast of tho featucs which it in (.'nods Department Is Our Jewelry, Silverware and closes, thus allowing of their oxact re Titos. KIclianN, who will Itcpalr Optical anil Clocks PromptlyIn Charge of Col. tones demanded : Matches and In the beat "What do you mean by not facing production after tho lapso of centuries. style. about when I tell you? 1'fl havo you It is suggested to use coffins of rectangular shape, it being further considered put in tho guard houso." "Why, I did, sergeantl" said tho by Dr. Fruhling that under-grounsepulture is needless, as tho coffins soon trembling recruit. sir!" Didn't I watch becomo practically masses of stone,and "You did not, your feet? Thoy never moved an can thercforo be built into pyramids. inch." "Sarah A , Sarah Y, and Sarah Ann." "Why, you seo," said tho poor felTho following epitaph is transcriblow, "my shoes aro so big that thoy ed from a siraplo shaft in a Kentucky don't turn when I do. I go through burying ground: To my beloved tho motion on tho insido of thorn." consorts, Sarah A., Sarah Y., Sarah 8t. Nicholas. wives dovoted, as mothAnu." As Professor Agassiz used to toll tho ers affectionate, as friends ever kind following story. He had denounced and true, I havo loved them on earth, spiritualists as knaves. Homo, tho I will meet them in Heaven." Tho spiritualist, once called upon him at bereaved man's fourth spouse did not Cambridge, Mass., and asked him to bear the charmed name; bo the spell attend a spiritual seance that was to was broken, and she survived him to IPHARMACtSTS be held in Boston. Agassiz ordered commemorate her grief in a stately DI4LIM II- Ihim out of his houso. Home observ- monument nnd a memorial window in Drugs, Books, Stationery ed that this was a strango reception the village church, bearing the inscripand Fancy Articlos. indeed on the part of a philosopher. tion, "Ob, tell me no more of this Phjijclaru' preaciipllons accurately compounded. "Well," said Agassiz, "what shall I world's vain store; tho lime for such Alio "You will see", trifles with me now is o'er." Tho fitseo at vour seance?" I KWKI.KKM! replied Home, "legs and arms moving ness of tho lines is appreciated when about the room, and somo of them you learn that the old man was noted Tra.ii Hark, SJsssWsaaKtgUteteil. Largest Stock of Watdiea, will touch you." "Mr. Home," said for his miserly character. Clocks, Jewelry It Silverware Agassiz, "I will attend your meeting, Tho acceptance ot tho debt settle Erer drought la tbli market, rricra Lower (bin the Lo wr,u Watches, Clock! and Jewelry Imand I will aid you to clear up the mys- ment by the Virginia democrats seems paired on abort uotlce and Warranted. tery ot these floating limbs. I have a to troublo our republican contemporasword: it so happens that it was re ries. Political parties usually accept cently sharpened. That sword I will final decisions of courts. Tho demo? .iM a HfVl bring with me and I will cut at the cratic the wrong party fought against S legs and arms." Home thanked him of it. It was plain repudiation, but and withdrew. The next day Agas tbo republican Mahono coalition found siz drovo up to the hall where tho support enough in tho careless, tho seance was to be held. Tho doors tho thoughtless, tho ignorant and the were shut, but on them there was a dishonest, to securo a final judicial setplacard in largo letter announcing that tlement. It was a piece of dishonesty Rates rca- no seance would tako place, as Mr. deliberately perpetrated against de- Nice lot of Horses ami Fine Turnouts. sonablc. had been unexpectedly recalled fenseless public creditors by the nation Home to New Yord. al republican party and its ally, Henry B. Miller, better known in Thero is nothing left but to the whisky trade as "Buffalo" Miller, accept. Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in owes the Chicago Hide and Leather The latest estimates of tho popula-tioBank $9,500. In the usual stilted leof the earth is by Bohtn & Wog-negal form, tho bank said that it had And can supply it in any quantity. issue No. G of their "Bevolker-ungde- r "well hoped that the said defendant, Erde." Tho population is Henry B. Miller," would have paid placed at 1,456,000,000. Europe, the dobt. "as in equity and good con- 315,929,000; Asia, 834,707,000; Afri science ho ought to havo done." To ca, 205.G79.000; America, 95,495,500; this bill Miller's answer has been filed. Australia and Polynesia, 4,031,000 If Unlike most legal documents, it has and the remainder, 82,000, around the you do not longer wish to rcceivo n upon it tho namo ot no attorney, but Polo regions. These estimates - AT newspaper, say so and bo suro that is simply signed by Miller. He says North aro not accurate, no census of somo ua- all arrearages aro paid. This is the it may be that tho bank has recovered tinns having been taken since 187G, way to stop a newspaper. judgment against him, and that the but is as careful an approximation ns Most weeds wheu pulled or hoed up judgment is still iu force. He admits Their cstimato gives possible. iu hot, dry weather, and left on tho that ho never has paid it. "And it to the United States. Our surface of tho ground, will die in n few may bo," ho cautiously continues, latest census is not yet issued. vondays, but not so with "1'urdey," Purs-lan- "that the said complainant 'well properly speaking. It is tho hoped' that this defendant would pay A Rochester robin has built its nest veritable salamander of tbo weed fam- such judgment, because, as the poet on the main frame of Engine No 340, ily, bidding deGanca to heat and sun. says, 'Hope springs eternal in the of tho New York Central Railroad.be-twee- n Tho easiest way to get rid of this pest human breast,' but ho thinks that it the left forward driving spriug is to rake it into heaps tho larger can not ba possible that the complain- hanger and a cross brace. Tho tho bettor between tho rows of vege- ant had any expectation that this dedaily between Rochester and tables. Thecentro of tho heap will fendant would pay said judgment, Da Witt. Tho bird kept faithfully at Such as Oliver Flows, Meikle and Avery Double Shovel, and tb.e Brinkley soon ferment and heat, and in a short ho is informed and beliovea tho work, as circumstauces permitted, and e Turning and Single and Sonble Shovel and Harrow combined. No farmer should be without it. time redtico the entire roasi to a black complainant well knew that it was ut- having completed tho nest, she now blotch upon tho ground. terly impossiblo for this defendant so occupies it oven when tho engino is Ithaca Journal. running. Boforo marriage: mo, to do." "Excuso Georgo. Did my parasol hurt you?" "A Dudo" asks us to explain the A prominent clergymau in the westwould be a origin of the race. This we are una-bi- o ern part of Massachusetts, who lives a "Oh no, my dear. It to do. Thoy havo always existed. long distanco from his church, has plessuro if it did." After marriago: "Groat heavens! There was never a In thotime oflloraco Walpole brain- purchased a tricycle to rido on Sun- woman under tho sun that knew how less fopa, extravagant boobies, aud af- par to his houso of worship, because to carry a parasol without scratching fected fashion leaders were called ho has conscientious scruples against Anil tho Best Pump in TIio Market, the Mayllold a folio w'h eyes out." "And there ''macaroni," from their nippy affecta- unnecessarily working his horse on Elevator. never was a man that know enough to tion of using that edible, then just in the Sabbath and tho trvcicle, ho ot a horso Tho unrivalod Jowol Rango Cook Stoves, Stop Stovos, Tin-war- o, walk on tho right sido of a woman troduced from Italy. Walpole said of claims, has rendered the use with a parasol." "There isn't any them: "Lord Chatham begot the a luxury rather than a necessity. Bird Cages, Barbod and Annealed Wiro, right sido to a woman with a parasol.' East India Compauy, that begot Lord Bicycling World. Lime, Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, &c. A general stock of Oroeeries, Clive, bo begot the macaroni. They Hartford Tost Cauada thistles aro now in blossom, Wooden, China and Glassware. "Lizzie," exclaimed a St. Louis begot folly, vice and poverty, and the and if mowed now and tho ground cirl who was encaged to be married race is still flourishing." Perhaps our plowed and sown in bcukwbeat and to an army officer, "ho hasn t written dudes are their descendants. Bgain plowed iu the fall, but only very Tho best way to procure chestnut shallow each time, so as not to break roe iu three days." "There is no oo- casiou to get excited," was the reas- trees is to plaut tho nuts where the the roots, there will be an eud of them. suring reply; "he's out of reach of tho trees aro to stand. Plant them when If a few should survive, the hoe Indians, thero is uo epedimio prevail- fresh in tho fall three inches deep, cov- should be used next year. Whore ing whore he is stationed and when he er the ground with a board aud then there aro small patches the ground last wrote you ho was iu perfect with straw, and remove these in the may be hood after tho weeds are cut. health." "Ob, yes, I know all that spring. The ground should be hoed, Handkerchiefs aro now made to Lizzie," said the timid, agitated crea- as with corn. The trees will make a match each toilot. If the dress is ot ture, "but then there's the array rapid growth. Chestnut trees are anplo ereen and dark ercen silk com V SrP grown for sale by all nurserymen ami hined, the handkerchief must have a Brooklyn Eigle. worm!" Great care should bo taken iu seed are easily transplanted iu the spriug. ceutro of tho light green linen and a Under of llio olive green. Somo new ing with clover to leave uo gaps, for They do well iu sandy loam. imported handkerchiefs are cut-i- n an Commercial College of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. "Tho oceau is full of bubbles;" aud octagon and havo the da) sol the such will inevitably bo covered with wixnun, xc. miliar, weeds, a worse thau usoless wai to of life is full ot troubles aud tho trou week in each of tho neven corners and Student! reetivrtl any vttt day of the year. Bummer teu'um now ojten for receinnj ituJmti. ground. It is a good plau to lap the blea aud tbo bubbles and the bubbles the uamo of tho owner in thoeigth. Regular Fall Session, Sept. io, 1883. ift?iVi.?!L?ffi.2S; ww wn mwmccc, mmmimm, nawfiF umiuji Ha U " , seed a trifle and then sow crosswise, to and tho troubles bubble aud trouble No nuller Ikiw jailiil llio ronaltliillon IU MtfatfiMltf tf 04 (M. M WtMf M4 TraituatfjL M !. UajrvMh. pMlwu m4 af4K, latWMitf mm mUm. Tuial tiMt, tl4ij) Tim. . SuunMrr, t4 ft, la a 4 fU t all is oyouly distribut- tho troubles and bubbles uutil there is imr U frnui di'et or ficro. hv Hrrll lia4 !;, .abtMl lWm ''iiMku tom u make suro that w hmmms fa uwu ia MUf tlWvi ( IM (ieruiin linltforntor rrotore UtirriiiMllMliI ' ,. , . g ..,,,.. Ufkii I M Mot tattr ttMt.tfcff. a rJauila JILu uk MB Ikiutaa til as tati. OtT Mr .uft ed. A peck per acre, sown four uo eud of the bubbles aud the trou 21 ( tr wt i a v iMitrii itt.ui iuumwi y. Hen aurcrtl'euient ror f&io by IVntur u im. tim putBua.K a Ml fruiicijU'., UiitM x.vir,. WIL8UH R SMITH, PfMt, bles. each way, gives a good stand, quarts ay A McAIUter. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Houso Stanford, Ky., Iii-urm- H. C. RUPLEY MERCHANT TAIIsOIt, Stanford, Kentucky, Penny & BT Attitar -- HVmw&mW WtWM STIILIBILIEI! .ajstd :HLA.:R,:isr:E.ss shop. Ma-hon- n r, COAL! A. T. NUWJVEMiEY, Stanford, Ky. HEADQUARTERS -- W. H. HIGGINS Farming Implements, one-hors- P e, Sholf Hardware, Iron, Spokes, Horse Shoo Nails, Buggy' Shafts, Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking Valley Corn Shelters, Evans9 Com Drills, Hand Corn Planters, STEAM PRINTING! The Interior Journal Steam Printing Office does all kinds of Job Work neatly'and cheaply. Try us. W. P. Walton, Prbp'r. rU$riS iff pkisident. MMaC mm Ht itrVrX ., I ' . i;..., - STAMTOED, JC5T. Tuesday Morning, - August 7, 1883 W. P. WALTON. EDITOR f First, Dora duly set to munching sweet hay nt the livery stable where the Toils give their patronage, we walked up to "Gray Friars" church-yard- , where lie buried hundreds of martyrs of the olden time, in the same "potter's field" appropriated to thieves and murderers, who had suffered the last penalty of the law. The memorial tablet Kays that 18,000 snffe red martyrdom in 27 years though only a few hundred of these were executed In Edin boro' "Grsss Market" now nolidly huilt over, but thesite We saw our guide of the previous visit escorting another party and gave the old fellow a friendly nod of recognition and then were so fortunate as to be ctcorted over the premises hy the warden of the a man Kljhtlnf for lb crown, hale and luarty, though advanced in years Tbs lion whipped the unicorn All around tbs town." and a perfect cyclopedia touching the times gone by. He was the very "mon" For the unicorn is the devil, I am crowned, but chained, as one sees we wanted and we thanked the dear LOltl) on the crest, to he dethrontd and bound, for sending him to us. Gray Friars Is one of the most interest wheu once "a stroug angel with a great ing places in the city. We were shown the chain In his hand" comes down to bind very tombstone that served for a writing- - him lor the millennial reign of "our God table when the solemn league and covenant and His Christ." This glorious fact findwas signed, that was sealed in blood by ing expression also in St. George and the many of the writers not long after. Tombs dragon, on the English sovereign gold of Scotland's greatest and best are there piece, is enough to stir one's hesrt to praise. hy the score, whose very names I have James I, already James VI, of Scotland, no space to enumerate. The burial- - was the first of Judah's monarchs to sit on ground of murderers and martyrs was of Britain's throne, but the line of kings becourse the most Interesting spot. Pious fore that was unbroken to Zedekiah and love has turned tho sacred enclosure, meas scripture limes. For 'Scripture can cot uring 30 or 40 feet square, Into a flower be broken" and the "sccptro could not degarden. Nothing could be more appropri part from Judahtill Shiloh (Jesus) comes ate than this. The warden told us that to gather the nations." How crystal-clea- r after every heavy shower, fracmenla of to me it all is. May it be also to you, dear bones and human teeth are washed up still. reader. It matters not that the Stuarts We had a drenching rain the day before were a "bad lot." The "our links of king" our viait and he remarked as he let us into will give counterparts of them. The the little garden, ''there may be some such of instruments doesn't vitiate brought to the surface by the recent show God's promise. I find no difficulty In even of that kind. "What er." A little search among the flower beds apostolic succc-uiorevealed two teeth, in different place, but if some did not believe? Shall their unbeasiemble in Frankfort, Sept. 1 to drill and whether of saint or sinner none may now lief unke the promise of God of no efltcl? black-leg- s. assist in the inauguration exercise of Gov. know. We tenderly reinterred these frag, God forbid!'' The insurmountable difficulAiTEit seven weeks balloting tho Proctor Knott. raents of humanity, perhaps dear to Him ties of that, to iny mind, He in qulto anNow Hampshire Legislature has at The Kentucky Conference of the M.E. who watches to awaken them in a coming other direction. And so Kehoboam, the last succeeded in electing Austin N. Church, South, meets in Cynthiana Sep- day, when tho "vile body shsll be fashion- the Stuart who succeeded Solomon, wss hut as very a tyrant as Piko, U. S. Senator. He is G3 years tember 12th. Bishops Keener and Kavan-taug- ed like to His glorious body, according to will 1)3 present. the mighty power whereby He is able to Charles I, his lineal descendant. of age and has served one term in Charles Henry Lre, for the murder of subdue all thing," ever relaxing the grasp But coming back to the Picture Gallery Congress. It was a fight that demo- another negro, was hanged at Kichmond, of Saxon "the last enemy," who thinks because in Holyrood. These crats took about as littlo interest in Va., Friday, ilis last words were "I am these dismembered fragments resist man's faces (sakl sunt) (Isaac's sons) beamed out as tho woman did when hex husband going to be married to Jesus power to bring them together again, the "identity" from every panel of that wonThe democratic majority in 187C, I.OKD will be baffled. Not so; for they derful place. Itobt. Bruce's face fearfully and a bear engaged in a deadly encounter, but there is n feeling of satis- when Tilden ran, was 62,531; Blackburn's shall como together "hone to his bone;" disappointed me. I hope it was a false majority in 1870 was 13,017; Hancock' in perished tissue restored; Mesh of Immortalilikeness. It must have been. No hero faction after all that Secretary Chan1880 was 13,54 land Henry's in 1882, ty replacing that which was "sown in weak- ever wore that utterly common, characterdler was ingloriously left. Tho defeat Five suits for heavy damages and pen- ness;" and the "precious severed from the less face, that stares at one from the and downfall of any and every body vile," caught up together with us who arc canvass occupying the place of honalties havo been commenced in Philadelconnected with the great fraud of alive at His coming, to meet our Jesus "in or In the gallery. "The Bruce" was a phia against the Western Union Telegraph 187G, should bo bailed with delight the air." "Blessed Hope!" However "not hero, wo all know, but his painter Is Company for delay in transmitting that is first which Is spiritual, but that a fraud, I'll make bold to say, for such an by all honest mon regardless of party. Shoo manufactories are breaking all which is natural," and I must confess that one as the brave Koberl of Bannockburn. The Lexington Transcript announc- over the country. Geo. W. Clements, New the first hateful thought I had was to put 2. Tho pathetic part of Holyrood, how es that Judge Otvsloy has declared Hampshire, has failed, with liabilities esti- one of these teeth In my waistcoat pocket ever, centres around another wing of the himself a candidate to succeed Judgo mated at $500,000. He employed one thou-sin- and prtservo it as a curiosity or relic. palace, where the curious visitor may live Praise the LOUD for the sad personal history over again while look "sechands. Hargis as Appsllato Judge and pays J. K. Walts, of Toronto, Can , has been ond sober thought" that promptly nega- ing at the faded tapestry and tattered bed him a deserved tribute, for which wo tives these conclusions of nature and like curtains of the private apartments of Mary thank him, but tho editor of the in this city for several days. He has 5,000 bushels of Irish potatoes to the younger son of the parable, who said, Queen of Scots, The ragged tapestry is Transcript ought to know that Judgo hip to Canada, for which he paid 10c per "I will not," but afterwards "repented and raised to show the secret door where enter Owsley is not elligible as a candidate bushel. went," comes out all right, after a struggle, ed the conspirators who murdered lliulo, Lexington Transcript. in Hargis' district. Tho Judgo lives Wade Hampton says Tllden ia no long-e- r little or great, between the flesh and the clinging in vain to his mistress' robe and shrieking fur mercy that was denied hy the strong in the South. He thinks the bent spirit. So I buried it, lovingly, instead in Pryor's district and Art. 4. see. 8 our constitution prescribes that a man for the democrats to nominate for the first thought not for a moment allowed, terrible assassins, called "nobUiuen" in of but put away beforo indicting a sting or those rough and bloody times. You peer lawyer must bo two years a resident the Presidency would be Senator Bayard causing an injury, Are there others, let down the winding, secret, stone stairs com The South, he says, is prospering wonder-fullof the district iu which be offers bo me ask here, who never know these municating with Darnley's be fore be is elligiblo for tho office of ApTho llemld newspaper establishment promptings of tho flesh, nor these suggest' low, where tho murder plot was hatched; changed hands n Wednesday morning last ions of the devil, but do immediately the you look into the little supper-roopellate Judgo. and Mr. Push Newlon beciino right thing, without a hint of the wrong? where he with his guitar and she with her Vihoinia presents a claim on tho proprietor. Mr. Newlon Is from editor and Woodford I frankly confess I know nothing of that face of beauty had gouo to partake of the lederal Treasury for about 8750,000 county, and former lr ran tho Blue Grass life. A life of almost ceaseless victory I meal, to he his last, and into which, uplifton account of the distribution of sur- CHpptriA Midway, Kichmond Keglster. do know, Praise the LOUD, hut I can not ed daggers in hand, the assassins hurst like Kirlhquakes in Italy, years ago. In cholera in imagine victory without conflict. This a tornsdo; you follow the ruffians, dragplus revenue forty-fivseems to me the "good fight of faith" the ging the wretched page and stsbblng still view of tho fact that sho has repudia- Egypt, tornadoes in the United States, in Germany, famine In Itussia, scripture speaks of. The presence of the as they dragged, across the Queen's bedted her qwh debt, sho ought not to war in Tonijuin, Madagascar, Zululand, "flssh," the temptation of the "devil" and room, across her reception-rooto the bothave tho audacity to rako up a claim and several Sjuth American States, puts the snare of the "world" are as compatible tom ot the stair-casgoing out of It, where so old. the world In a pretty distracted condition, with true holiness as the presence of Satan they left the body wallowing In a pool of The President went to the Yellowstone among the "sons of God," who yet abhor gore, that his left its awful discoloration Let Henry Wattercon rejoice. Tho Miamsola democrats have declared country well supplied with drinkables. ului, as does Jehovsh Himself. For my plainly visible to this dsy. The place has for a tariff for roveuuo only, lhey The wine depulinent was stocked with six self, I can only ssy (what may be helpful a horrible fascination about It and the parcases of the tent champagne, three cases of to some, now unjustly and cruelly charg tition that the poor woman had erected spoiled it all, however, by endorsing Ithine wine, four gallons of old bourbon ing theoiselves, as If "temptation" wero across that end of her drawing room to bill, tho most whisky of 1WJ0, fine Cognac brandy, Por-- siuj tho JUver and Harbor that sweetly victorious as my life con- hide the spot where his body lay In its gigaetio fraud over perpetrated by tleiUK other wiliM. and f.mr rau-- of A lull. stantly Is, I do not know a thing the LOUD blood, speaks volumes, In this same room J linsrls water Congress. tells me to do, that involves how she tried to turn the sturdy Knox nr-trnburial-ground y law-lovicut-thro- ats, h "blue-bloodedlight-beaide40,-21- 7. full-lengfirst-clames-aige- s. d n pur-dinnr. bed-rooo e Gov. IJr.ACKiiuu.v, inspired cither llioilcvil or posswctl with nn un usually violent nttftck of his so called philantrophy, eot out 8atunlny to clean tho lrenitctilfary and hero ia Iho result o Jar ns ascertained: Grovo Kennedy, sentenced to 21 years for the murder of his uncle; David (ax collector of Louisville, sentenced to fivo yours for tho confessed embezzlement of $05,000 less than four months ago; Clarenco Rutherford, sen fenced for life from Logan county for tho cruel murder of a defenseless old man, and lion Garrity, sent up fur obtaining money from tho Stato Treasury on fraudulent claims. Then as if afraid ho had not dono a full day's work, ho gavo a siuiplo twist of his wrist and Oden, the murderer of his brother-in-law- , who was lying in tho Cynthiana jail, walked forth a frco man. In regard to tho pardon of Kennedy, thero is perhaps somo ex cuso. Ho killed a very had man and his shot had much to do putting down lawlessness in Garrard county, whilo his own trial and conviction, after as tuto lawyers had used overy means to acquit him, showed that tho law was still supremo nnd that 11 murderer, notwithstanding his money and back ing, was sometimes forced to don tho felon's suit. True, Grovo had played a big hand whilo an outlaw, hut tho outraged law had been in n measure vindicated, and that bold, bad man, as ho was regarded, had sulfered for his sin almost in sackcloth and ashes, Then thero wero somo paliating circum stances connected with bis crime. He imagined, whether rightfully or not, that his uncle had treated him badly and having been raised by him to take tho law in his own bands, when wronged, ho followed his teachings Thero may havo been, too, paliating The Louisville Commercial says: In circumstances connected with tho oth- a fow weeks tho Kentucky newspapers er cases referred to, though they don't can tnlk out iu school. Gov. Blackappear, but if thero is any excuso un- burn can no longer oflcr freo pardons der God's sun for tho pardon of a de- to those who assossinato bis newspaper liberate rogue, one who is not forced critics. by a combination of misfortunes to The silk product of tho United steal to keep himself and family from States 18S0 was 341,000,000; number starving, it has been invented by tho of hands employed. 30,000. Tho En boso imposition, who has for four years glish silk industry, established A. D. dono all in his power to nullify laws, 1717 employs only 40,985 hands. increaso crimo and retard tho progress NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. of Kentucky. Furguson's theft of the The Louisville Exposition building ia people's money was not dono in sudden heat of impulse, to be regretted illuminated by 5,240 electric lights. There were eight hundred and seventy in cooler moments, but was a system- deaths from cholera. In Egypt on Saturday. atic arrangement, that Milton II. Sanford, the noted turfman would have been kept up always bad of New fork, died at Newport, Friday not bis crimo been found out. To par- evening. The L. & N's earnings for July were don such a man is an outrage on the $75,535 greater than for the same month ng people of Kentucky, last year. which they ought to resent with a genAt Frankfort ground hag been broken eral uprisal of indignation that will for the new Federal building. The work murderer-lovwill be pushed rapidly. make tho old gambler-loving- , About one million and a half nf wathief-lovi- ng ing, imbecile slink out o' ofilco feeling that ho is bated termelons were received in Cincinnati during July from the South. and Bcorned by overy honest man in Charley Ford, the murderer of Jesse tho laud. Thank God, his days of James, has been arrested at Kansas City oflico aro few and that ho will soon on an old indictment for the Illue-cu- t train pass into oblivion, save in the memo- robbery. The State Guard has been ordered to murderers and ries of 1 17 Fur-guso- In uarranl county, Hon. Wm. Herkclo is elect cd to tho Legislature by n small ma jority. Itockctstla nnd Laurel elect M. J. Cook, but by what majority wo could not ascertain. Of courso Mj. Iligney i. elected to tho Hcnnlo from this district as bo scomi to havo run ahead of his ticket nt nearly nil the carried Gar- prccints, tliougliHoono TI10 republican Htalo rnrd by 190. ticket also got a good majority in that county. Jn Uoylo county Uol. Tnl- bolt had no opposition fur tho Legis lature nnd was of courso elected. Wo held our forms open last night till tho telegraph oflico closed nt 10 and although wo telegraphed Danville, and other poiuts,'cotild got nothing further. Tun omens pursuo Arthur. On tho (rain for Chicago, going through a deep cut, n stone, loosened from tho bank by rain, bounded in its fall, through tho window of the car, naturally suggesting tho frail tenure of an administration when reform is mado by shooting n president in tho back. As tho train approached the station in Chicago, lightning struck tho electric light factory, cutting oil tho lights in tho station, suggesting a dark plot of assassination again. When ho went to Florida the fish would not bite. Ilolurning by sen ho was seasick all tho way, and got back from his health trip in a bad way. Two of his cabinet have tried to do elected in their Btates, using all tho administration power, nnd have failed signally. Ma- honism is not doing well. Conkling has soured. Dorsey, who nominated and elected him, says his belly is his god. Most of bis appoinrnents havo been mistakes. Bad luck is puna ing him. It would be only a contin uation of tho eatno if he ho should hap pen to be thrown by a mule in the Yellowstone. News Journal. may Prof. Thos. W. Tobln, the noted sclen-lis- t, Th$ Elecihn, died ol consumption in Louisville SatSo far m wo havo been ablo to hear, about tho usual democratic majority urday, lie was born In London In 18H. WMtelaw Held, editor of the New was polled yesterday. Knott's mnjor York Tribune, says of the charges rnsde by ity will not fall short of 10.000 nnd it e Doraey that Stanley Matthews Star-rout- jp much higher. was appointed to the Supreme Bench hy a bargain between President Garfield nnd others: "I never made any such lmgain with den. Gaifleld, directly or indirectly, and have no reason to think any such bir gain was made by any one clso, I never ankcd him even for the appointment nt Matthews, nor did I kriow Matthews was to be appointed sfter III rejection hy the Senate under 1 1 ay ex.'' BR0. BARNES IN SCOTLAND. tn" rA.iHi3 rriui iVrtr Dalkeith, .Scotland, July 11th, 1SS3 Ilator t Kskiunk Housf Lou-isvill- But for Iho gentle Scotch mist that is ponring straight down this morning you would not get anotlu?r letter soon. But wo are imprisoned by the rain, with the glass falling and I am not sorry, fur there is much to write and little leisure to do it. Our next day's ylslt was to Edinboro', behind Dora, the pet mare, who makes tho wheels of the basket plueton whlx when she gets in harness. Ordinarily the pretty creaturo has a very lair life of it, with the run of the lawn and grounds, or fed by hand with a dainty hit nf bread or cake or sugar lump, so that any of the family can call her up at any time by simply holding out the hand and speaking her name. She has been resred on the place, ns her mother liefqre her, is nearly thoroughbred, limbed like a deer, coat a soft, bright hay, gentle as a kitten, spirited and fleet in harness orundcr raddle, a family treasure, in short. Our quartette seated, Marie, Edith Pfper, John nnd myself John holding the reins we drove into K. hy one charming road and out by another charming road, and had a charming visit to the city, with the dear LOUD in company, without whoss presence 'The utidiuoimer's tun sblnn but dim, And fields etrlre In v!n to look ey." where the voice of the flesh or the devil dors not say first ' I will not," afterwards, "I repent," or "changethat mld"and go. Which Is true obedience, If I know what ohedisnee Is. I do not say sngello obedience, hut poor, weak human obedience, which, the LOUD he prslaetl, Is all He re quires. We "excel" not "Jn strength," as do yjey; wo only excel in "weakness." And "He knoweth our frame; lloremem-herrtthat we are but dual," at least, and therefore Is sntlafied perfectly with a victory after a conflict. How good is the I am so glad He knows that with LOUD! His Kor children, "while earth remain-rlh,- " "not that is first which is spiritual, but that which is natursl." Msy my experience in Gray Friars and my atruiile to Keep from robbing A while not at alt complimentary to me, help sums xor struggler and show how good the dear LOUD is. A stroll through Cowgate and Cannon streets, the 'Five Points" of "Kdlnboro'-town,- " where piverly swarms and fester and rot, in In other great cities, brought in nearer Jesus' heart of love, In longings to be sent to them with the gospel soinu time. A hag showered abura In broad Scotch, which hippily they don't under- aland, on Marie and Edith, who were peer ing too curioudy up somo squalid stair-casnear which she was standing. They quickened their pace and were soon out of reach of the volley of vituperative eloquence, taking good care to ofltnd no more. A brisk walk down High street, once the abode of aristocracy and wealth; pawing but not goJohn Knox's dwelling-house- , ing in, as it was not one of the exhibition days, we came tn Holy rood Palace, another of Edinburgh's wonders. It is In perfect preservation, but with a ruined chapel in the rear; and the points of chiefest interest to me, I will jot down as best I cam 1. Tho Picture Gallery is perfectly unique being the portraits of Scotch King, authentic or otherwise, one of them dating back 300 years "before Christ." This set on Gre all the blood of Israel with in me. You know, or if you do not or will not, 1 do, tho line of kings through Judab came from Scotland and Ireland. And these crowned sons of Jacob are the only traceable line, right back to Eachard I, who married the lovely Taphe, Zxlekiah's royal daughter, brought to North Ireland by tho prophet Jeremiah, who also brought with him "Jacob's Stone," now under the "Coronation Chair" in Westminster Abbey, And as 1 looked nt these fair .Saxon faces of Judah's line of king, no like the we have of our Jesus "Lion of the tribe of Judah" I could have wept with joy. Keuiember, too, the "lion and the unicorn" come through Scotland, for the telling out the royal crest so gospel mystery enshrined In the rude doggerel verse, "Tho Hon anj tho unicorn, h burial-groune, from his path of duly, but all In vain. He wss one man proof against her charms. If at Abbotlsford I saw a fsre of hesuty II. tl. HKKIIIT. I that explained the secret ot her msgnetlo power to charm, at Holyrood I saw another picture that did nure tojustlfy thestrsnge capricious course of the 'inh ppr Queen than anything else. It was a picture of her Imbecile and diaslptted hnahtnd-lio- rd IUrnlcy Speak nf a "star mating with a corn cob!" That wss a Me In point If ever there wss one. After such an match, one wonders at nothing Yrt in spite of all her that followed. religion of Itnms, her wsywsnlncM, her perhaps criminality, Scotchmen love and are proud nf her; so that every thing she touched is tinged with the romsnee of her brauly and nf her pitiful fslr, while all else ia forgotten. Holyrcol l'alace Is especially a place nf pilgrimage for her sake Crsigmlllsr (or Crag Moeller, ''bare crag") Is another place full of romance of her presence, 3 mile nut from Klintmrgh; still an elegant ruin and In it varhm appointments, with inn re nf luxury and refinement than any of Ibeidd nolle we have seen. Wo visited that Mondty and enjoyed it much. A few hundred yards away, toward Iho font of, the eminence on which Craigmlllar Castle stand', i house, with a subtersnesn coiniuiiiil-catiobetween the two. Where Mary' French guards were quartered Ibe nums r f "Lltlle Franm" still mark the snt, a short quarter of a mile Irom the ruin. Indeed, every Ihlng aroung Edinburgh ktep 1 see lady in memory the Hill every dy, where ocrurred ihe defeat that lost her crown And so at every turn. Dalkeith is the very intereolimr centre of other hUloric.il events. Within 10 minutes drive o( Ihe spot where I am writing, was the famous bttlle of Preston fought and Col. Gardner, of pious memory, fell. The sunken road down which crept and Prince Charley's Htghtandrr turned the tide of battle, is still there, almost unchanged. These hlotorirnt aile scattered In the vicinity, and theelate of such noblemen a the Duke of Bueclciich, Mar'il of Lothian, Eirl nf D.ilhninle ami Iord Melville, girdling the pretty village, tire an importance to this quiet town it would not otherwise poses. In all this we havo been working, as best we cnuld, omitting to niter into no open door, and Irustltig the dear LOUD still to 0xn others The mtcllng have and up to been very q'liel, bul have rewarded us, dale, 38.1 confession and repaid "100 fold" all toil and efljrt. Praiss Hi dear name for all. We shall probably remain over next Sabbath. Ever Geo. O. Bahnh InJesti. 1 BRIGHT GROCERIES Wo run two k AND CURRAN, In- Whtslrsmlft iihiI Itolnll DoalrrM - HARDWARE, our goods, which onnblcfl ua to soil you oloaor thnn nny ono. AH wo BIUOIIT & CUIinAN. ak Ib a trial. house, carry tho Largest Stook in town; pny oaah for p lt AT AND BELOW We will sell you anything in Summer Clothing', Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. Itilh-well- 's n tcosTrtf was$l, 1.50, 2, 1.50 2, 2.75 1, Car-berr- Bcwrt Foxgei Xltese Shoes,now 75c, Slippers, 50c, l'u Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 was 7, 10, 12, 14, 17.50 75, 1, 1.25 was l.OO, 1.25, 1.50, 2 t Ibices ! -- 4-? - Children's Shoes and Slippers cordingly. ac- BRUCE, WARREN CO. Me-we- PREPARE I BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR LAXCAHTEIl AnTHtTI.EKXTS. HUHOrOM DKN T I T. KV. LANCASTER, from s to 13 B. V. WALTKlt. Oflra ore r Cltltrni National Kink a. h. anj fruui I to a r. HAM & OlCe boun m. FALL A.UTO ltT 1 V At I.A.W, LANCASTKK, KY. Will practice In (larranl anil adjoining rouotle lil-lj- tl and Court of Appeals. M. DUnDETT, SEEDING! LANCASTER. KY. Court. Will Muter CommlMlonerGrrrd Circuitm n.a a.t IaIiiI nat . .. tl a.. Ill mil at. iv.i.ii USrils II4. U9 AJMIW prat miasiiia uu hjm -- sj countlM ami in Ibe Con it of Apictvl. A.TTOHJVJ3V II. O. KAUFl'MAN, jVt iT.A.'W, And be sure you examine, before purchasing, our line of Seeding Im- plements, as follows: SSM T. W. VHKOM. Office dTANrOltl), KY, Will practice In tue Cvurti or Lincoln and counties and the superior Court sud Court ol Appcala. bpclsl attention given to collectloua. Offlio on Lancaster atrwl. ll'i Iiandretli's The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, fia&ften The Trump Grain Drill with Spring1 Seat, moasi The Buckeye Spring Shoe In Bulk, and the Grain Drill, Nicest Line of e The Star Grain FURNITURE Drill, In IjuicjihUtiiI Tne Albion Spring Sulky "ENTERPRISE Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, GEO.D.BUJtDETT&CO., The Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Sulky Harrow jvurroiiNjavH and Broadcast Seeder, ATTOIlNi!V The Moline Sulkey Plow, The Cassedy Sulky ATTOUNldY Plow. One-horsIho GROCERY," I.ANCASTKli, KY. rivprletora- - -- w r t ruomMoiuL & U. BUBDKTT. S. W. I1BOWK BailDETT 1JIIOWN, uva' KY. ISI-ly- r MT. VEKNON, & WSLLSCK H, VaSSOM. T. W. W.B. VA11NON, tullJlog-u- la Ovale Aboa'ans M. A.U" STANFORD, KY. IdAW, ji stain. I'tlY'iOW, A'l 1jA."V. . I V DANVILLE, KY., Will practice In Iho Courts of Ilojls and adjoining countlM and In lb Court of Appeals. And al aitsr A.orx'oiiNaav J. ALEX. ANDEltOON. at x.a.av, This line of Implements cannot celled. be ex- h of Fish Brothers "Wagons, Webster Wagons and Columbus HUUCIKON UJaTI8T, Omcottoutb Html, Buggies and Carriages, of which lb lifers bu rs. my stock is always full and complete. Dlt. W. PENNY, LKH If. HUFFMAN, HrANrOltU, KY. aid Main two doors sbovs Hotel. Fur Nitrous Uxlds Uas adulnUlsrod qutrod. BTAN I OB1V KENTUCKY (JlBc Utile over Itobt H. Lylle's alore Lour M audi to from S to IU M AncitbetUsad Co intnlhslouerltoikcutls Circuit Court MT. VLIINUN, KY. Will practlco In tti. Uotlcuth Courts. Collectloua a petlalty. Oak In Courl-liouISO A.ttoriioy AlJUiWi II. FIUU. Also remember we make a Specialty liiTllLU- - DtmtlMt, or D. uilulslered wbsu uecouary IM-Jj- GEO. D. WEAREN, T. 4 :r h Cliatla-noogThe Fob Hai.fc A handaome Democrat furnishes the plesslng Inresidence Since Increasing my slock, I am compellWill cell tery cheap. Craig, Stanford.' ed to call on you for a settlement. Please telligence that Mr. John H. Farrli and the lovable Mis Mary Clarke Kngleman were Tuesday Morning, Jutir 0vi.KV will hold a pedal term attend to this Monday. W. II. Higglns. AuRust 7, 1883 married in lhat city on the 2J,8quIre(llfie of the Circuit Court here on Saturday, Hhemiy City, Aug 0, 035 r. m. (pe- officiating. Thia marriage t the culmina Aug. nth. NOTIOE. dal.) Thi precinct give Knott 110, Mor- tion of a courtship which began years ago. Cam. and fee the new patent fool real row 1.11, Illgiiey 107, Ibone 115. J. K. The course of true love a usual did rot Tho dftto printed with yonr namo run smootho and from nnecause or another on tho label ihowi tho timo to which lor rocking chair, the mol delightful Carter. your subscription has been paid. If thing out. II. K. Wearen. Bonntrr 8 friend worked liko beaver the happy union wa not effected till now. it does not read Aug. 7, '83, or lome ItonN to the wife of" M. F. Houl, of Ilry for him, but It waa n. r. They beat him "Adele Fabian" ought to add another fntnro dato, yon aro in arrears and antf il.'e, a 9 lb. bay, which ha been nam- 79 rote worse than be wa before. Fight chapter to her life sketch, "Truth strangwould confer a favor by forwarding ed for hi grandfather Itobt. I, Uout. shy of democratic support hereafter, Oh er than Ficllon" to round ofT the story which appeared last year In the Interior the money for another year's wrelrlied demagogue! l.irri.K Marie Warren, ageil 8, daughter Journal and which it will be remembered We rauit establish tho A Nrono man who witnessed II, reportof K. C. Warren, Ki , fell from a fence a stopped rather abruptly. We trust that lyitem. few day ago and knocked out ome of her ed here yesterday afternoon that in an the the happine! delayed lor yeara wilt be election row at Bryantsville three negroes all the sweeter In It front teeth. I.AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. realization and that were killed and Will Arnold, of they may live and love to a ripe old age. t M r. M. Ham MAiuri). Anderaon Mslllrsla going North . Duncan, Mouth. loar.ii. Yard Master at Junction City, bad three the late Mr. Htimber, mortally wounded. I 01 it H. Kipreaatrafn" Mouth LANO, STOCK AND CROP. Latek. Confirmed. 'i U A. K. of hi finger mashed nearly oil ... Nnrh Saturday Since March 1, 1,100,000 hog have I wish to rrnt tho house and lot I live while coupling car. LOCAL NOTICES. In from the 23d of Auguit till January 1st, been slaughtered In Chicago. ' KonBKD. Sunday Umptlrtr any that . Twenty-lhichogs for sale. ApTho lions a n good one, the garden I full Ilur Paint of I Vim A McAHsler. Mr. John If. Craljf, of this place, waa rob. of vegetables, there I plenty of lea In the ply to W. A. Hamilton, McKlnney. A NlOKnlojk of Litllidiy ranis nt Pen bed of hi gold watch and chain at the Savannah shipped 10,911 watermelons ar.il altogether it I a very desirMcAHsler. to Jbton by one steamer last Thursday, HrANiiAnn tnixl paint at Me !enn!oti Hotel, Cincinnati, Saturday. able place. Dr. P W. Ljgan, Stanford. IMiert A HUrr'h. I have 250.000 first cla's shingle for Notwithstanding alleged Bobbin' J 01. Maan Hog Cholera Cure. I'm 17 democratic worker", ho waa worre left than Lincoln county ieoplc, especially Inva- sale. II. G. Pennington, Stanford, Ky. A McAHsler sole agent. lids, dyseptic and heart eaters, wilt lie II. II. Boono liought of Dr. T. B. Watch m, (.'lock nn.l Jewelry re ml ml eer befne, by 70 or more yotea. He given a special rale at old ltockcastle Montgomery a thoroughbred hull call for ought to cry, Hare me fiom audi friend. nil warranted I17 Penny A MnAllster. Springs during August. Careful attention $50. (Hvr.s up that Mcltoliert A HlaR nuke Tin: Superintendent of Public Inalruc-lio- n and wholeaamediet given defeated candid liabe Withers planted one hill with a Ilia l.eat Soda Vtfr in Ilia nurlil. Try it. inform 11a by oatal that tho jxr enpi-(- t ate. Close connection with every train at piece of potato and got from It 23 big and Maciiink On, whlcli will neither heal for the fchonl year mi-'K- I 20 small potatoes, or (qual to 192 for one. ha lieen Inndnn. Good road and quick time. er gallon, ANo extra nor rhto, CO cent fixed at SI 10 for both whlto and colored O, M. Spoonamore sold lo Ben Kohin-so- n alralrinl litr.l nil at Mollolwrle .V HtapsV Tiikkk wa considerable drunkenness children. a lot of butcher cattle at 3 Jc per pound, rERSONAU yeslrn'ay, which ocsaloned several fistic and 35 sheep at 3c, for September delivery. Lincoln Mn.1.4 are ti9w running full encounters, but no blood wa spill. lUnci Mil. J. J. Monniil.Y lia been iille ill cs nelly and filling II. B. Boone ha been particularly some large order. A Lair, fur resisting officer, was lodged In fortunate with hi shorthorn this season. with fryer. customer remark that he ia uaing the Mn. and Mai M (1. Nkviua went to beat llour from these mill he ha had for jail and so wa Joe Hawkins, for being Kight of them had calves, which all prov drunk and disorderly A number of other ed lo be bulls. Loularllle Sunday, fire year. arrest were made, but the partlei were re-J- ohn M. Hall bought of KlngA Wells, I.t.JoiinHoott leaei lotlay lo visit r.i.r.irriimaiwaya spoil a court uay, so leased on promise to go home. relative in Canada. of Crab Orchard, 100 nether, averaging fir na buaines Ii concerned. There wa no Juikjk ANti Mm. 1. 11. Mum, of Kll.i.nu. The body of a negro with a now over 100 lb , at 3 cents; to be deliver Mr. H. H. Mcitolxrla. stock on the market yesterday and business, leg cut oir and otherwise utulilaled waa ed 10th September. illt, are Miu V. T. 1'ltlCK, the irenial author of except by the the barkeeper, wsa exceed Geo. W. Asblock sold to Ben Kobin- found on the railroad track J if mile inglilull. the "Ufa of Ilanies," wa here HunJay. for $25. Mr. Robinson also from Shelby City, Saturday morning son, a dry cow Hon. John V. Ykiikm, of Danville, It MAY not lie geneially known, but i which wa subuqucnlly ascertained lo have bought of W.T. Smith and William Logan I wa here jealerdaj on huainrix before the. to lie a fact that Illackburn made been that of Andicw Mack. It is suppos- a lot of fat hog at cent. Countjr Court. (Irore Kennedy a Colonel at the same time ed that he got on the night expresa At the clone of the Mercer Fair, the at uf McKlnMim Jk.hnik.MuKinnky, he set him free. It i now "Col. Kennedy, Junction City to go lo Shelby City and grounds were put up at auction and sold to ney, ft smlint; (lie week with her cousin, Ixs tlawd, sir." Thev when it failed to slop there Jumped oil aa Jackson VanArsdaie for $2,700. MIm Annie MoKlnnej. will still be ued for fair purpose. The day of Hie bummer and the small soon aa be thought ho could safely do so. V. (i. MaKtNNtv hs Strayed from my premise on Sunday Kiine to politician ended for a season with the set When somebody told Felix Albright a to take the oaition of assistant decow. Any informa ol yesterday' sun snd a feeling of relief ting yesterday afternoon that Hill waa elected tion of her whereabout will be gladly re pot agent with lila brother, Mr. J. 1. Mo inexperienced by tlionc who bare noticed by 300 majority, be ruihed to a worthy Klnnejr, ceived. Jacob Cormiey, Milledgeville. with disgust their anltes colored man named Brent Hays, who bad Mn J a mm Cook, Mr. Mar Cook G. W. James says he took no coal A tiKLKiHTtoi. crowd cfUQiste now en been doing good work for the young demoami Mr. Mar; Major, of MiMouri, are visstock for hi place but got cash and inter iting Mr. Ha rali Cook, after an ahaence of joying the sweets of Crab Crch ird Sprint crat and said, "I eupjwe you aresalitfied, est bearing note for it. A profit of $3,750 and each train adda to tie number. A you have asalited in electing a man to the or thereabouts, in a year i a pretty good 27 year from the Stale. Legislature who will do his best lo pas the speculation in a farm. MlHiM Kmua WlLsoN and Jennie fancy hop waa glren Friday n'ght when whipp!og-KM- t bill " '! don't care" said II'iKB", of Htrdalown, and MI1 Kinma the bait room waa ahlatt with lorelines The Richmond litnidtT aaya Col. C. R. Webb, of I'errTille, n trio of lot lines, are from 9 till 1. Next Friday night a grand Brent, "your back will be about the first Kstill raised on thirty acre thia season 720 masquerade hop will be given. one to gel the benefit of it." The crowd bushel of wheat or an averaga of 31 bush the iruest uf MIm Allle Hubble els lo the acre. The grain used wa the Mn. I.kom II. VahI'klt, of the Tko youth, Wm. Matahbank and Win. rot red and Albright retired in disgust. Timet, I.exlng(on, accompanied h hit Drhouse, claiming to be from Carrard new variety of Fultz wheal That our reader may compare the vote, alater Mla Utxie Vant'elt and MIm Julia county, were arrested here yesterday on The Grat bale of hop of tho season haa itt we give the figure of the Jackaonaie guests of Mr. J. IS. IHxgina. arrived at New York, being four days earsuspicion that they were horse thietes race of 18S0, the tail contested race for Mn O. W. 'HoiiArrm Is hack from They had two horse which they oilered to lier than the first day last year, and was Stanford on a vote of G95 sell for $90 for both, when each wa worth Monticello, where be tella in hla Gjoch 329 mijirity; Turnersville on sold ton prominent brewing firm for fifty gave gallery I doing a big buaineu. Ho $100. Their story wai that Moae Kay had cents per pound. It wa giown in Oneida a total of 215 gave him a majority of 21; will not rem ire the one he haa here, but sent them here to sell the animal. They County, N. Y. Hulonville voted 370, giving him 120 ma The Midway Clipper says that some are now In jail. aaa be haa irmanently located. 1G majority jority Walnut Flat gave blm J. II. Hour, Monroe Smith, Tin: Stanford correspondent of the Din-ill- e on a total vote of 1 12 and he carried engagements of the coming crop of corn have been made at $2 and some aa high aa Charley McUoberte, Mr. Ivlwards, George AJroeate make a suggestion to the la- Wayneaburg by 108, on a total of 231 1. Bright, V. (I. Kaney, K II. Caldwell dies aa to the beat way of disposing of their Babbitt carried Crab Orchard by 239 ma $2.50. The same paper aaya that R. F. Alford made 35 bushels of Russia lied and John Duddcrar acted as judge of the bahiea when they attend the Danville the total rote Fair jority and Highland by to the acre and got $1.25 per bushel election here and did their work well. this week. The young man mentioned in of the foruiei bjiog YA and the latter 216, wheat for it at the thresher. connection siys that he never expects to be making Gooch a majority 211 in the counLOCAL MATTERS. called upon to preside over more than two ty. At the same election Blackburn'a ma BOTLE COtiNTT. ia 2J0. Hill's majority infant at any one time, but say he will Jority waa 109 Danville. take pleasure in seeing that the said cor TlMOTllVat W.H. IliuRin.'. A negro woman named Bettie Higgins Collision. Saturday waa a black day respondent' babie receive the very best for the L. A N. on it Knoxville Branch, wa arrested Sunday and placed under Knurr Jam and Can at llruce, Warren attention. for in addition to the numerous other ac- guard, charged with infanticide. It seems A Co'a. Airr.H all Bobbitt deserve the thinks of cident mentioned elsewhere in thia Issue, that she gave birth to a child Sunday mornA gate binge at W. II. Hlg- - the democracy. He Increased the majority a couple of freight train collided several ing, wrapped it In a cloak and concealed it ulna'. See it. fully 200 yestenlay and by his candidacy miles below Williamsburg, tearing up both in a straw mattress in bcr room. She then kept a republican from tho field, thereby engine! and smashing five cars. Fortu- went down stair and carried up an arm(Ikhman Mili.kt at bottom figure preventing an organisation in that party, nately no body wa hurt, the engineer and ful of wood and did other work of a like Ilright A Curran. which aeems to be ail broken up. lie put firemen jumping in timetosave themselves, character in order to divert suspicion from IIiian and short miicd, $12 CO per ton a good deal of money alloat, too, and ma- It tcok eleven hour to remove the obstruc- her condition. She denied knowing how " at the Lincoln Mills. ny a dry toper got hie fill of liijuor fur tion, so the mall did not ar- the child came to be placed in the matI'ui.l. official return of the election will once. The race coat him several tluiia rive here till 9 o'clock r. M. The cause of tress and said no one but herself knew of appear In our next issue. more than Hill's did and he gel fewer the collision is stated to bo in the fact that of ita birth, although Andy James and hla 1'nginecr Lawson mistook the Ggurta on wife weie in the room at the time. A MAJ. Kkinkv ran like a reared rabbltl. role than ever. For the good of ilia demIlia msjurlly In thia county ia full 500. ocratic laity, we hope he will make baste his schedule, which wua much worn and physician baa examined tho body of the In announcing himself a candi late for de- dirty, to read 1:15 instead of 1.05 and tried infant and aaya that it waa born alive. The Hurrah for the old farmer. feat two year hence. to make a certain aiding a a passing point, woman la now in a dangerous condition H. H. Myers la atlll in the field with a FKAHFUM.Y Manoleu. Saturday aa the but waa met by Capt, Will Hutchison and consequent upon the exertions made afler complete line of groceriea, which he ia train on the L A N. was ap- Kagineer Phil. Soden, with the above re the birth of the child. Bob Doty, it acthan ever for theciab. proaching Stanford Junction, it ran over sult. No blame attaches lo the latter gen knowledged father, obtained the body after and and horribly injured old Tiik Danville Fair begin man Maltlliatt, tlemen. It lies entirely with the other the inquest and had it burled in the color Lincoln la preparing herself to attend It in who waa walking on the track. From the train, whose conductor, Capt. Johnson, was ed cemetery. Miss LuU Jennings, of Covington, ia force. The exhibition ia nlway a aucces. engineer, Mr. Geo. Browning, and from oyer work and whoso engineer others, visiting Mis Nannie Bright, Miss Liliie made the mistake. TmiKU cheera for Judge Thomas l'eton wo learn that aa soon a he discovered him i The Klkchon in Lincoln. Si far aa Higgins the guest of Mia Sallle Kngle Hill Jr., the gallant young democrat who on the track ho blow hi whistle and rang his bell, and the old man paying no at- wecould ascertain, the election waa attend man. Altes Louie Smith, ot Lexington, ia will do honor to Lincoln count in the tention to the sounds, he whistled again, ed with no serious difficulty in this county. visiting Misa Mattle Gentry. Mis Madge next Leglalature. abut oil ateam and reversed his engine, but There were fill fights here and at Huston- - Grtcnleafaml Mis Pinckhard, of Lexing Tilt: grading of the new atreet from was unable to atop it before It hail struck vllleand pistol wire drawn In Crab Or ton, are visiting Mrs. C. P. Cecil, at Mound Main to the Lancaiter pike waa let to Den him and thrown him in such a manner aa chard, but on the whole it wai an average Cottage. Misa Lou Chairs, of Tbomaavllle, nUHulllvan for atfcul $700. Hit bid waa to cut otT hi left arm above the elbow, election day and no body left the polls bad- Ga., Is with Mita Plienie Salter, Missea 10J cenla for earth. wound in hi forehead and ly hurt, a ive those who bad gone against Sallle Cook and Bessie Drye, two of Hus make a fearful The telegraph operator on a alrike, the injuro him seriously about the breaat and their feelings and their principle to defeat tonville' most beautiful belles, will be with telephone out of order and a lai Lancaiter back. lie wa brought to the houie of hi a young man againit whom they could Mlai Mary Duniap during the Fair. Misa editor leave in without a line of newa II. Pendleton, here, where Drs. liavo nothing. In the two Stanford pre Somers, of Louisville, is visiting Misses from there thia issue. Broiiaugb and Cariienter, assisted by Dra. cinct the vote stand Knott 511, Morrow Mary and Nannie Fisber. Misse Pinkie Metcalf, Laura Guest, Lou Jennings Wanted, In White Oak school district, Helm and Francis, amputated the ragged 311. The rest of both tickets got about the and Nannie Bright, and Messrs. W. W. bones of his arm and dressed hi other same vote. Msj. F. D. Itigney'a vote is male teacher with some expert-enca Wiseman, Wm. Welch, W. D. Moore and For further information call on or wounds. He stood the operation well and 582, Ibone'a 337; Judge Hill 5G0, Bib- J. W. Guest, Jr., compose a party that is atlll living, though It la not probable bttt 2)7. Majority 303 For Constitution addreaaJno.M 1'hlllpa, Stanford, Ky. will go from Dauville to Blue Lick Springs that a man of hla age, 70 years, can recov- 591. thia week, Mis Ella DeRoode will join No Snow. Aa the agent of Carrie Stan er from such an accident. given Hill and the Waynenburg had the party at Lexington. Mr. W. J. Bolion, le'a Troupe haa not maJo hit appearance County Gjukt. Thomaa Holman waa democratic ticket 10 majority at 1:30, with of thlt place, who represents the house of here at thia writing, we feel aafe in aa. nearly all the vote polled. Ilobbitt claim McCord A Aydelot, of Louiaviville, baa lug that the company will not appear here granted license yraterday to keep hotel at ed this precinct by 100. Crab Orchard Depot. The will of Jackson just returned from a monlb'a trip through thia week at advertised. Highland gives lbbbttt about 72 major Qlvcni waa admitted to probate and his Northern Georgia and Middle Tennessee. The old llaptlat church la among the son (1 C. and J. S. (liveni nullified aa ad ity, a loaa of 70 since Ills Isst race. He reports crops in Tennessee better than thing thet were, hardly a trace of it now Hustonville, God bless her, gave Hill ministrator, a blank haying been loft in have been known for years. Major J. P. 170 msjority. The vote there was, Hill appearing. The foundation (or the new the will as to Ita executor. With the exMcUrorty, who has been absent In New Boone 157; la further to the front of the lot building ception of $500 to Given Terrell, his entire 201, Bobbitt 85; Hlgney 215, Mexico for about four months, returned Morrow 151. and la being rapidly puahed. estate, real and personal, ia ordered to be Knott 212, Thursday, He spcut a good portion of Ida Turnersville had given Hill 4 majority sold and equally divided among hi chiltime at Dewing, at the junction of the nor W. O. Nkitiieu Judge at last accounts. Topeka A Santa Fee and South Hradley allowed up here Saturday night. dren. The will of Asher Owsley wsa also Crab Orchard gave the State ticket about Atchison, town sur Perhaps they preferred not to meet each admitted to probate and Dr. J. Ii. Owsley the usual majority and Bobbitt 101 over Pacific R. Roads, a and cattle other on the raging atump and each stayed and the son of the decedent, W. W. Ows Hill, a loss lo Bobbitt of 75. ltlgney leads rounded by a ley, qualified as executors,wlthout security country, containing 1,500 inhabitant. away fearing the other would be there. the ticket. according to the provision! of the docu Major McUrorty reports Demiog a acbool desk, the beat Walnut Flat report only on the Legis A mew patent ment. The sum of $2,000 la given abso town. lie owns real eatate there lative race. She give Hill 10 malorlty. in any lutely to and the his wife and the control and benand built atore rooms ou several of hla Iota. alt) to I feet in width and an in length efit of hi store-rooIa her for life. Af Very Lew Rates. Rsuta ou business bouse pay aa high aa can be had of II. K. Wearen, who baa also ter paying Ibis above bequest and $200 for 60 per cent, ou the Investment. Duuinu tho continuance of the Souththe fullest stock of furniture ever In Stan a family monument, be directs that all hlajs ern Kxposltlon, at Louisville, Ky., Grand Banquet. ford, dire hint a call. August lit, and continuing 100 cash and other properly to be transferred The following, which wa Issued by the d Pahdonku, tlrove Kennedy, after a so- to his son Walteri The will close aa fol- days), the Louisville A Nashville will sell Kxcurslou Ticket from any Committee, explain itself: journ of about 3 years iu tho l'vnltentlary lows: "I put my trust in the great Trluue of ila stations lo Louisville at one fare for Kkcounuino the fact that the K. K. O, for killing his uncle, Kb. Kennedy at Lan- Ood, the Father, Son and Holy Ghost. 1 the round Irln. Thcso Tickets will be 011 R. R. I about to be completed and that we pinned up Saturday to hla have been saved through the grace of God sale every day, from L A N. station! and caster In 1870, will aoou separate, perhapa ver to meet home, a free man, Qot. Illackburn hating and by the blood of Jesus Chrlrt. who died will bo good louaya, allowing ample time to visit the Greatuit Kxposition ever held again, and wiablug to perietuate the Ilea pardoned hlui, lie la looking well and on Calvery, ascended on high and now aits in the South, aud second only to the Cen- of friendship which have been so agree, has aged but liiile during hi confl tiement on the right bind of the father," bly formed here, and to ao cement those tennial at Philadelphia. FARRt-K(iLECAN. -, e 125-lb11 e Fjimii car aall, lima ami cement Bright A CurranV at Glaiwwsre In town Hanmommt line of Qncensware and at Bright A Curran', MARRIAGES, rtvj tie that a pleasant remembrance of them will ever linger In our heirts, llttotrcd, That we know no better way in which to cement I hose tie than by coming togelher, one and all, In that spirit of cordial friendline which Is above referred to and making the occasion of our parting one lhat will be like the grand old Pagan. Horace, aaya, a time that will be referred to by the "lAwlator tcmporii act?' aa a lime when we "fanned the sinking flame of hilarity with the merry wing of friendship and passed the rosy wine." Cspt. Committee op AnRANfiEMENTH. L. I). Craig, Col. It B. Turner, Capt. D. Frank Keenan, Cipt. C. M. Shanahan, Ma). George Johnson and Gen. J. A. Dickey. Place of mte ting, P. D. O. Camp Shana han, nn Salnrday, August lib, 18S3, at 9 p. M"rlgbt away, quick." MEMnrrw W. B. Crenhaw, W. Roy Mason, D. F. Keenan, M. 11. Sullivan, J. D. Maboncy, J. W. Woolfolk, D. A. Shanahan, F. II. Norton, II. It Turner, George McGehee, T. I, Elbert, Charles McGehee, J. A Dickey, Dr. W. T. Dickey, J. C. Bar-toDr. J. J. 8tewart, W P. Walker, L I). Craig, Dr. Krnet Woolfolk, Dr. S. A. George Johnson, Hiram Fish, John Canton, F. E. Ranrdall, C M. Shanahan, and T. T. Baker. Honorary Memiiers. W. II. Spradlin and Kpe Rindolph. MENU. OX3Cl3FTJESDFL 1. In this pirllcnlsr loesllly of ,.Mi paper weekly eommnaleallona will appear which will Interest, sad b of msterlsl benefit to those who contemplate to visit Lonlifltle, Ky., daring th (treat DonthernKipnalton, beginning Augnat tit and ending ths laal of October, a term of on hundred daya. There la no donbt lhat lh Southern Ktpoiltlon will be a grtat aiiceeaa, equal to th Ctnlen 3 '", worthy to b elilled hy thareaderaof thli paper, vlmcaa stall the cheap eienralnn railroad firm, and when luLoulitllleeaJotlng the alghla at the Kipo-slllo- n, derlre material benefit Jtotn our communication! In this paper. Yon will find new rostter erery week) look for It. nlal In Philadelphia In There Is perhaps no other elan of aoppllea lor manklnl In tha woill which haa undergone greater than that of clothing lor men and boys. Tha oldest peraons In erery community can remember when clothing of thia kind was made at hnm br Ih female members of the change In the lait halfeentury family, an.1 some tsn remembtr when the wool waaaheared Irom ths sheep, andma.leuplntoelnlhlng-allo- pun, worm Into (loth n thssiin farm. Thoasdayaare gone I rem thia country, never to rnsmpiRna Cocktail. IIKRAII. Champagne. Champagne. CIIIIRAC Champagne l'ULcb. riCKLKD ONIONS. Iced Champagne. Champagne on Ut. Champagne Anyhow. Tout Knienille. Corerlcta for ttie Crowd. TOAST AKO return, and It Is a blesilrg to poor, tired, orerworke.1 worasn Ihst they are gone, when wa compare g ready-ma- d the line, chop and aulta of such aa we manufacture-t- or men and hoya-iin- drr our own euperrlalona, In great quantities, with the coartety-mad- e, poorly dyed and meanly Siting garments of the home-spu- n sge. Only good workmen, and ws hare orer two hundred and nfly, are employed by us, who In the dull season manufacture the rcady.roadealock,whlla In tho huty season they make garments for our Merchant Tailor Department, the largeit In the Weal and South. By glelng to our workmen employment all ths yesr round ws succeed In bating the beat tsllorsln the city for our cuitom department, ant garments aramade ferui al lower rstealhanlor competing tailoring eatabllihmenti. Our Heady.made Clothing belsg made by these same ftnt-c- l tailors, sre superior In workmanihlp to thoso brought on from tha Kaal; tables this, they cost us less and wecan-s- nd wedo aell them for less. In recommending our goods re know of what we apeak, we ouraelres being the manufacturer Inprool of these aatertlona we Intlle the readera ol Ihlaparer loan examination of our nnallnaofMcn'e, Youtha'snd Boya' Clothing, fro-- which lbs most faahlon- ablo and faatldloua In matter ol dress can bo pcrlectly titled and satisfactorily supplied. ,in fact, our prices sraao low and our stock Is so complete that It will bo to your Intrreatto delay lo purchest home but do this from ua at foulafille. We think II a good Idea lo bsgln now lo lay by some money Champagne. In order lobar It to apenl with in when you come toLnularllle to tha Ureal Southern Eipoaltlon IUinember the address, ,f, WISTIill VO 170- -t Corner Third and Market Btreat a, LouIitIIIc, Ky. IMC. Riif-ta- 11 nprs Iticli-mo- J;-tol- Gooch-Bohb- photo-grap- h Ooa Martma From Pmall nrglnnlnga Flow Ureat lleaulta ...den. J. A. Ulctsy. OuaCaowo While Now, Whlto Alwayi, Eren Capt. J. C. 1'itlon. In Our lUteli, Whlto.. OUH(JUEiTj-Wel:oi- oe, Thrice Welcome, do we DM Thee to Our llanquet CapL C M .. Bhanahan. TiiKl'aKss May It lie Alwaya the Champion ol Col. W. 1 Walton. .. Illght. Oua Couktrv Long May 8he Lire, the Land of Capt. F. II. The Fims and Home of the Ilrarc Norton. Old Viauiau Her Sons on othertkilla too (Hail to do Her Ilererenco -- Cul. V. A. Hhanahan. Btate from tho Old Kehtucky The Uliie-llia- ai Horn. Dominion ......C.il. Ben. It. Turner, Tiik Law Verily a Iiantel Cotue to Jndgmtnt . Col. Bam M. BmdeU. Tira Mxoical FaATKaaur Tho Teachings or (i:Kuliplu-L- lte J. J. Stewart After Hlni-.l- lr. Thoao weUarallad, Those OuaSwarcTiiKASTS Lieut We hT and Those wo Hope to Hare- -. W. ILCrenihaw. IUli.BoiD Lira The Dlrouac ol tho Camp..... Lieut. F. E. IUusdell. be In Thunder, In OuaHaxTMBiTiKO-W- Ill Lightning or In IUln..Lleut. W.Roy Masoa I have Loved, now Love TnaLosTCAUan-Tb- at and Ifopo to Lore aa the Ctrl t Lelt Uehlnd Me Capt. J. T. Taker. .. Ooa I'artisu- - I am not Well; 8nd the Deed Af Ur. J. II. McVsry. ter Me and I will blgn It . ..Chorus by the Crowd. Fixalk ... Owing to pressing engagements, "Col." Walton waa unable to meet the gentlemen, hut be learns from one who attended that the a flair waa an eminent success and an occasion of much enjoyment to the great crowd of "military" men present. Our friends, liio Shanahan, are wholoaouled, hospitable fellows and we know, aa Col. Barlon would say, Ibey did the "while" T. E. SlrllTIf, lloiiKEOjinlhlc 'tQiTJii V?2s2sawaB.airV. .' i H" aiircn V l'hjalcinii, I.,' '7,,VI iVimiiriVrUM, kiiihnvn. Itlrril - Mi, No rrrttflrm. War!,., fbt In. is m I , DANVIMM:, - - KENTUCKY. Itesldenre, Clemena Home; office opp. Central Nat. Hank. Hpeclal attention todleeasea of women and children for the past eighteen yesrs. IIM-J- m UrorBtstitatloucn 4 .plinn. us.... ea Aki'. TO THE! PUBLIC We will now py special attention to JOS. NKVJJtANC, Lata of Cbenault, Setcranw with A OniNDING.-wmTi,'S"?1?' g.'V '"ll"'f'la. nd when desired wi.h.5!lj.1.,l'nl ,il.."r. Wheat. Can msko "-- Co., Stanford, Ky., t J. or unbolted meal. Mc I.INTKK f. Ac M. ROBINSON ic CO.. JCY. NALLEE. Importrra and Jobliers of Dry (loo.li. Notions, Ac., 637, C39, Gil Main Mreet, Cor. Sixth, Louisviiir,!:, -- MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. II. BURNSIDE, - TIIE- Danville Fair This Old and Woll Will Propr licciii Tucmlay, Auz. 7, 'S3 And Continue FoarDays. - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Boputation, AND A Liberal and Oomprohcnsive List of Fremitus for Each Uay. TheOroundaolllifi Aswclatlon hate been handsomely Iniprore! and sresltusteU near the Cincinnati Southern Depul. Utt fiJ?R,&t8r " that to no Country Hotel in the Stato in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Guests. grained Excursion Trains Will be run from Georgetown and Special Ileduced ltates bate been lecured from Somerset and itolnta a. South. AdddreaaJ. L. Hauca. Sec'y, for tca-st IT. jr. I.Yl.i:, Vrmtitftit. nWS?5rA,ii.MAVJt;f5"'-l-t " ."nmsnooaiioae to V "Itl1 w?.".c i7 ".' The liar will he caoleeet J!! 5"'1.'. Llqaorsaad ''" CUara. tiling. SKIT AIITKIITISKMESTS. CHEAP JFOR CASH. Wishing to Closo Out My Stock, I Will Sell Mi-vs- FRANCIS FORMERLY ST. T. 3. nOSLEY, House l70-2- Painter & Paper Hanger BTANFOIID. KY. HOTEL. A8APH, Ifsrlne had thl.lloi.l at Reduced Rates for Cash. My Stook Consists of Groceries, HardI.lllard'a, a small liny Mare ware, Class and Qneensware, with a Utile whit In lorehead and little on nose, pulls under aaddle. Any one returning her to Mr. Llllard or myself at Panulilo will 1 liberally reward, or for Information aa lo her whereabout. Canned Fruits, Baddlery and Harness UO-11. AOAJIS. &o., &o. From Mr. Thoi. M- - Strayed ! J. STAIVrOItB, - - KY. Itoiuriiislied and Resitted From basement to garret, I Intend to Keep It in u Slrlelly e'lnil.riiii.iiHa...w.. OF MY offered Knightly. $2.50 (o JOIIS 31. And loate nothing undone that will add to the north-boun- d I will stand this nue young bull at my place, near Stanford, st Those indebted tome will pleaaa call and settle I mint bate the money. JulyJ, 18J3. IV. T. It HEX. COMFORT GUESTS. a Insure n Cain laby Commercial Traveler Are To nitronlcfi tm. I hat Ann as HICK SAMrLK KOOM3, Ac, for their use. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Mono due tleow It parted with. Knightly It. II. A E. P. Wooda" Chas. Knlhtly. 170-- H JleitOUEKTS, Jr. Articles of Incorporation 1. D. B. Jones, (1. 8. McKlnney and K. L. Tan-D- er bate aaaotlaled thcinseltoa together aa an Incorporated company lor the purpoae of buying, managing and coutrollng a cemetery to be located about oua and one.half miles from McKlnney on ...i. s. School for Girls! I will teach a day school for gtrla In the Spring building In Crab Orchard, And continuing S months. I will ba assisted by two com peter t teachers, one an tmtructor in muite. For further particulars, terms, Ac., apply r Tint Baggage Transferred to and from the Depot free of charge. 9fcKINM3Y CKMETJBKY CO. (lire me a call. w.W. I'KANC'IN. Houth-boun- IIcrIiiuIiir ItIoiuIiiy,Oct. 1, ISS:i, lo nilKVK. .HISS 1'A VLISK Silver Creek, Ky. Farm For Sale! Adjolnlne the town or Ilradfordarllle, Marlon lm- rouutr. Acre ... 7 i .: 1111 uweiuug Ot welt uec- ana bii pruTed laud; good iwo-aioeuary oulbulMloga; good well, orchard and pieu-yar- d around the houte. iror aiirunnerr! lanre Laod.JSi lullea from AUoIKIVi AcresofTiiubtr Farm, which I will Belt Tery cheap. Call on or address lfcl--tr CradfordiTllle, Ky. It. VitUI.. Ice! Ice! Ice! 1 tho Middleburg turnpike. 2. Thegcueral nature of tho incorporation shall bo the purchase and luprotement of grounda for cemetery purjiosea and the Sal of burial lota thereto. 3. The amount of capital alock la to be not leas to be paid In than three hundred dollars whtnerer requested by ths Uirrciora. 4. The Incorporation ahall commence on the 2d day of July ISaS. 5. The adalra of the Incorporation are to bo conducted by tnree directors, the nrst election of whom ahall bo held tha 7lh day of July IMS and thereafter the directors are to be elected on the first Monday In July In etery fifth year, the elcc-tlo- ua a to be made by the of the atuck company. 0. The Incorporation ia not to lucur any indebtedness or liability beyond three hundred dollar. 7. The capital stock ahall be dl tided Into abares LB J. THE MOST DKSIUABLE ItOUTE TO does, leaa change And decidedly the Topulsr Houte, affording, a It and superior accommodations to CINCINNATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, ofKJ. a. l'rltate properly rate debta. HMw The North, North weat and "West. In fact, If you conle rnidate a trip In any dlreillon, your lulere.1 will be brataerteu by purchasing tour ticket tla K. C. and Cincinnati, fulluuui t'alace Cera; Elegant New Day Coaches, and hsudsouiely furnished ltecllning Chair Ou form the uueuualed equipment of this Old Mailable, thereby making atrip otor thia line on ol luxurioua comfort and pleaaur. Try tl. TIME TABLE, IN EFFECT JULY 8. 18J2. SOUTU. la lo bo exempt from corpo- tl. It, S. will dellrer Ice etery morning S. M'HI.VXKV, IC. .. TAXSISIt. JOXKN. No.z, S00 am I No. 4. I No. a. tirat-claa- a e. AT ONK CENT close of cacti month. Blanford, May 7. PEtt It. J.'. POUND, Lt. Falmouth. ' Cotlngton Icoaalowaal can allord. Accouuta due at tho As long ss iujt present stock laata. After that, Lake Notice of Incorporation! Crab Orchard Educational ciety. So- JIAIlllOll'. Iloiirboii County Agricultural Society The atb Annual Fair of lb Bourbon County Agricultural ttoctely will h held al l'aria, Ky . Keptembar 4th and continuing DTedara. NawHtand I Ktwblablra1 a;,OOOI Tracks In the btatel In Uuaortha belt half-mil- s regular data rlnga for stock, there, addition lo tho will ba two trota each day. Locatlou ol grouuda all that could bo desired acceulble Irom'.all polule by rail. Floral Hall wlihtta uiualattrac-tlou- a. The K otucky Central ltallroad and brsuch-e- a will run medal Iriluaal .sxcuraloo ratei En trance lo purwa cloaa August Ctb. For particu lars, address ine secretary J. W. FKUUUbON. rreatdeot. loi-- t W. A. I'AllKEU, Secretary. 0ley silver-minin- g thriv-Weste- ESTILL SPRINGS ! llailuK takan chants ol thia famous placa fur ths coming season, t am now waterlca (com-meucl- Prepared to Receive Guests. I ba a corps of trained serrsuts aud will b to furulsU Kail-roa- SHtlHfkctory , AcceunuetlHUttHts all 11 To all iwnona la purtult of health or pleaaur. The. uiadlclnal quallllia of tbeao waters ar too well kuowu lo tit people of l'utrat Kentucky to properllt. uKladwirlpllou of their llfe-gltTho rale of board wilt bs rcaaouable. rorfurthr Information, sf ply to u st Irilne, Ky IS7-H. M. l'XACOCK. " Carllslo fl 23 p UP Arr. Mayatllle. . No. Si. 5 41) pill Is hereby glten thsl the undersigned, Lte. l'aria. 1. Nolle ' Winchester 7 Ilaiu 6 40 p ni S7 a S.A. Mlddlcton, W. 1. U. White, It II. llrooaugh, " IUchmonJ... 9 SO a lu 7 M pm lu J. D. l'ettus, Wm. Slewsrl, W. II, Dllllon, J, V. 03 9 10 " IJUICiiltt Alcorn, W. K. Anderson and James Kite, hate Arr. SUntord Juuc It 80 p u 940 p in 12 p Hi pm thlsdsy, under Chapter 51 uf the Utneral Statutes associated theuiselrc together and of Kentucky, No. I. No. Si. Noam. No. 8. become lucorparaled uuder tho corporal, bams of "Crab Orchard Educational Society," with tbelr Lte. Stanford June 4 03 a m IHpU L.m-aneprincipal place ol buatneai at Crab Orchard, Lina 03 pm .. 11 oo pm coln county, Ky. 5 uo a m Llcbmond . general uatura of the buiiueaa lob trans " Winchester., 7 07 a in 1. Th a 33 pu 01 a m acted la lb establishment and malnlenauce of " Arr. l'aria. ......... acbool for thaeducatloa of cbllJreu of both sexes 5 a a m Ii SO Le. Matstlltr.' al Crab Orchard, Llcculn county, Ky. " Crllsle...: 7 23am t 00 p nil . Sl,500, i. The amount of capital stock shall bo lustall-ueutMlllersburg 7 41a iu 1 18 p lu) ....., a to be paid lu upon auon terms aud lu sutb S 20 a ui Air. i'arla.... . wpu no. a. Uoard of Trustee u Ih uotlcs aud after may prescribe ill daya' UfiM r;.U hat been i.te. Kiiujton . .. 7 So a nil i 00 a m S 00 a u subscribed. S 20 a in 1 4J a ni S 40 a ui Arr. l'aria. ... The corporation shall commence this date, Lte. Parle. i. 8 10 a m 1 11 p ml S 40 p m . the articles it Incorporation bating beeu filed In " Cjnthtana... 8Ua ml S20 p m 4 II p ui Ihsotncaof IbsCuualr Court Clerk of Lincoln l Vliiii.iilh t. ., lITn ml louuty and shall terminate 'ii years Iroui dale. llSOamlaoapm 20 p iu Art. Ootlngton S, The adilra of th corporation are lo be cona Hoard of Bin. J ruateca, elected by lb No. ducted by Li. Lexington Kpui.Arr. Maya till 7 Mpua eaarcholders, one of said Trustee, selected by No. 11" " hiStm. " 9 tai " themselves lo be 1'realdeul thereof. The Trustees No. 10 " Mayatllle Itliu. " Lexington 10am ahall be elected annually ou the Sril eaturday lu Ho. Ii " MajsTlllollS'lpm Lexington a 43 pua lb month of Jul., aud Ih. nnl tlvUlou shall b. No. 8 " Cutlugton SHpm " Falmouth S pu heldouth Ural Saturday In June. 1131, uulll No. 7 " Fa I mouth ISsui " Cuttngton S lOam which time the tucurporalora sbsll shall act aa a No. SI Stanford June.4am " I'aila SOS a u Hoard of Truetees, with autuority to elcercti. the No. 4 and No. S dally bclweeu Cotlngton and Ixwera coufrrred by thssrliclea of th IncorporaLailngtou) ou others dally except SunJay. tion. a. Th highest amount of Indabtedueas or liabilte ity to which sal i Corporation ahall at suy Urn AHts. subject Itself sbsll not exceed (1,000. For tlcktU, rate and Inforiuatlon pertalulaa to 7. Theprltat proptrlyof the members of said corporation ahall b. exempt from lis corporate tiiae, ton net I Ions, Ac., e.ll ou or address ULO.lt. McKINNEY, 1'assenger Agent, debts. July , 18.83. Stanbrd, Ky. 8. A. MIDULUroti, U. II. ilUiMjAUUI!, wm. uruAiir. , O, W. DENDEU. j. i'i:rius, C U BalOWaf. W T U. WW ft-Superintendent W It DlLLIOrf, A TkU As. Osn'I a., Arr. Lte. Arr. Lte. ' " Cynlhlana. l'arU..... Mllleraburg, l'aria Lexington.. .. l'aria. a no n ... 4 IS put 9 S3 am 4 17 p m SSI pin 10 JJ a in 5 ua p m a 19 l.m It 11 am 6 35 p to I 7 im 11 1'i p u 5 S3 p to 715 p m II 00 p U) II 13 p tn Slap m S 43 p in iiaprg lilpu Itlia puil... niipu .. llllln Speoial KatM migr V. i. n l8-l- t anucjoun, 1. W ALCUUN jasiumib .Mrict3...,.T, . 9. $m-W&ttld- u head, violet eyw, a MOh, minima, ratmmi, lit ehfat Oommom sners Lnwycnt, W tin ere my rabWre I thill be UU; dolly faco, an expanse of gums, a And wUrela my endlt I know Jurt whiJ Switch tenders Hair pins. BTANFOED. ICY. scrawny neck, no bust, knobby elbows I l.l.l It down, tat It la not there, A had ixllcy Ono that has run out Ob, here la my U(P, with my booat t',1 rljtit-I- 'm sinewy arms, tremendous hands, no glad that mi leunnt were kern! li.tuijtt. August 7, 1883 Tuesday Morning, Foot, for tho Oolcstial A Bkyo legs and enormous feet. As a curiotity And now I iu oAVbere'a And out of tho door I mi lir Ay. she was an attraction. Her stage perA Wild. Hunt Tate. When is a gato not agnto? When I it.n.l it Ik window ind witch lift (". formances were amateurish, but profitaIt's "to." to tnd fro, "Yotir.ro loo tart." Rlng1o Let Khool-btdomestic life, if any, ble. With her And I IMnk f little tttl I tnrw A glimtljr, iie crust pallor that fa Ax attached couple A pair of oyster A long wty lark, when mj yun were tho pubic has no concern; but with her fluah in strango contrast lo tho rutltly shells. And the 4.l ltd Loom btiieith tbo kill oatenlaliousdisplay and disregard ol evW li.ro th rnt to echrtd -- 1 m It itllL pwsos swiftly A lono and successful reign That ol or hit now ncck-t- io And I milt lor the cblU t litUe moan, ery recognised rulo of propriety, tho over Ueorgo W. Simpson a laco as for br (aro, through tho mitt. It 111 tn own. tho delugo. couldn't very well avoid having public Ueryl McCloskey speaks theeo words, What better tastimo for frogs than two, Tht hour io b- y- It' lilf-a- t much to do, becauto she perpetually And her comet Sell with her chonlmtt, Hn. in the croak, oh? and m llioy stand thcro together thursts hcraclf and her affairs beforo Ibey tiidUHlrletMini they both wtrai IW. of tlio conaervatory,tho dim Tiikkr is ono indivlduul uikhi whom 1 lier a no htp pier girl aire. tho general gazo. Ihey It ugh tn.l thout, tnd In and fro tlio letter "s produces a marked effect. soft perfume of tho Juno roses coming "Frcddio paid dearly for his debaseTkiviiRli ttery room In the honn thtr ro. It makes Knowles know less. through tho open window on theiigh Tli niualMeacbcr will com tt four, ment. In ono great jewelry storo ho Tub hangman would inako Hut ILrjr rtn pliy for tn hour or more. good ing brcczo that is kissing tho saw buck spent 8 10,000 in presents for her, ono journalist, Ijccauso ho handles tho nooso It It evening- now, tnd, with lock tedtte, whoso haggard form is sharply out item lcing a $25,000 necklace. A and always has something ready for tho Our lilt's maid, w.tu her book and tlite, lined against tho wood shed, ho feels Ciiikw Into lb town. W rhitter tnd read; day or two beforo sho sailed he bought neck's tweak. 111. I tho, lo instinctively that this woman tho li tfrct, mn.t woik Indeed. in tho samo establishment a $5,000 presDn. Thomas D. Srutoicn says a man's Mi nrtd 1 bo talking, la diyt liko tlieto, loved, only woman that ho has ever t f Iti Ctrl blidt tnd Imay beet; birth la mora painful than lilsdcutlu ent. Sho mado quito a number of 1 here' work rnungh, tnd (don't ) ou loll !) and to win a smilo from whom he This may lw so, but wo would rather be purchases at tho same time, ono item 1 bcr' null hvi miirh for rlrl Ilk N1L would bravo tho horrors of Inferno or born twice than dio oneo. Norriitotcn being n $250 gold chain for herself. H'ASlilXOTON DIED. Herald. go to St. Louis in July has been maAs Mrs. Langtry publicly announced A Cnie in Whir Tho an llluitrtoul JMftraf king a toy of his affection. Thk paiors tell of a courtship and she was going homo to her husband iri OrffloeforeJ. thought is a maddening one, and as it marriago brought alwut by a noto writBy consulting tho third volumo of tho and other family friends, what positen on an It Is a most surges through his brain and starts on tion does this youth imagino ho occu- Medical and J'hjttcal Journal, pubaffair. Tho two hearts arc the return trip almost without n panto, lished in London, in tho yoar 1800, by pies? Ho can not well bo her suitor. yolkodtogcthcr. the agony is so overwhelming that tho Ho probably wouldn't care to bo con "T. Unullcy, M. D.; K. Battoy, M. D., A female seminary has lieen estaband A. A. Nochdon, M. D.," thero will man reels and would havo strong sidered her valet, and she had a little bo found on p.ago 409 n description or lished in Liberia, whero gum grows on fallen had not his pants been loo beforo sho camo hero. nearly every tree aud beans sell for 10 report of tho last illness of Washington, tight. "Sho has dono moro to bring tho and tho treatment gicn him. It is cents a peck. Tho steamship company "Do you know what you havo said, stage into disreputo during her brief interesting as nn example ot too much gives reduced rates to emigrants. Beryl?'' he asks, bending his faco closo Wr havo seen ladies who were insuf. tarry hero than any dozen profession doctoring, to say tho least. It ia as folto hers and looking with a pitiful, lows: fernbly ihockcd at tho sight of n man in and als havo dono in a life time. Sho says pleading, ; and their own arms 8omo timo on tho night of Friday, tho hit playing-- a two out expression into tho beautiful she cleared $125,000 by her 10th iust,, having Won exposed to a rain wcro bare, almost to tho shoulders I brown oyca that were upturned to his. good term, 'for she certainly did no ou tho preceding day, Gtn. Washington Women aro strange creatures. ZftMlon was attacked with nu But thero is no light of lovo iu those work and she bagged at least inihumiatory Tt(incrl)t. dusky orb; no warm, responsive, 000 we know of in tho guiee of imper ntrcctiou of tho upper part of tlio windTountsr " Whero is Block island ? " language, while when ishable jewels from her admirers. Dis pipe, called, in technical llito American "In Rhode. Island." counting u little for bounce, let us say eynochet rauchcalis. Tho disontto coml'ouriat "But how can you put one concert gleam. we got mences with a violent ague, accompau-io- d in another island?" Polito AmerAround the drooping mouth there she carries with her to her husband, a with some pain in tho upper and ican "O, that's nothing wo accomLetter in Chicago whito net $100,000." are hard, tense lines, and on the forepart of tho throat, a scuso of strictplish anything in this country." Paper. brow, that is fair aa the cyclamen ure in the samo part, a cough aud a Wit IMS "But, your Honor, I only consumed (lifllcult rather than Nearly all the "sardines" leaves scattered over the lawn of Bri- a painful degluti" Tho court "Silence, in America como from tho southeast tion, which was noon succeeded by fever wihh to say crton Villa; thero cornea no rosy flush iir; no moro of your insolence, or I'll sweet messenger of lovo and truth' coast of Maine, whero thcro are thirty and a quick and laborious respiration. lino you for contempt, sir I Nobody suggest- can ho insolent hero except tho fulness nothing but the faintest, per or forty canneries. Tho fish (which are Tho necessity of court ing itself to tho General, he procured a cart-loaand the gentlemanly attorney who is fumy odor of homo mado bandolino. herring) aro caught by tho bleeder in tho neighborhood, who took And as she docs not answer him, but in nets, decapitated, cleansed in warm from his arm in the night twelve or putting tho questions." water slightly broiled over a hot fire, It it indeed inspiriting every morning stands defiantly, only tho crackling fourteen ouuees of blood. packed in French labeled boxes, a to sea tho crowds ot milkmen wending liver-patelling of tho emotion of her Ho could not by auy means bo prethat Beryl feels, he turns away, steps half gill of cotton seed oil poured over vailed on by his family to send for his their way toward tho city earnestly singsol attending physician till tho follow ing ing: "Shall wo gather at tho river?" through tho open window upon the them, tho boxes hermetically dered, and then boiled for two hours, mornibg, who arrived at Mount Ycrnor Aud how sweet comes tho reply from veranda, and an instant later is lost : lusty completing the cooking process and at 11 o'clock on Saturday. Discovering their Yrt, w throats to view. U gather tl lb tlttr exclaims tho girl, dissolving the bones. Some of these tlio case to bo highly alarming, and "My Heaven!" Tbo brtutirut, th beautiful rlrtr Ottber aery morn tt tha rlrcr establishments prepare from three foreseeing tho fatal tendency of tho dissobbing as if sho had mislaid her And temper our milk on th air. ease, two consulting physician wcro on matinee day, "I have thousand to four thousand boxes a immediately sent for, who nrrived, one -l- r driven him awayl" and hastily push-in- g day. The actual cost per box, at 2 JO and tho other at 4 o'clock in tho " Tub Sweet Singer of Micnigan " hoi that clus- including all expenses, is fivo cents. afternoon. In tho meantime employed gono to rcsido in tho wilds of Arizona. aside the ter around the window, she goes hasti- Packers' profits are from five to ten two s bleedings, a blister I ho ong dee in tlio Wostern htcrarj ly out into the purple twilight that cents. The ditferenco betweon thojo was applied to tho parts affected, two circles is that this gifted lady will shortly givo to tho world a moro extendhangs liko a mantU over the earth, prices and what consumers pay has doses of calomul wero given and an injection administered, which operated on ed effort than sho has yet attempted. and call to him. stuck to tho fingers through which Tho titlo is believed to bo "Don Susan ; tho lower intestine, respiration becomThere is a little stir among tho li- the box of fish has passed. or, tho Slingcr Slung." Cincinnati ing still more difllcult and distressing, lacs and syringas, and an instant later (Aimmercial. is interesting to look back of the Upon tho arrival of tho first of tho conIt George had clasped her to his suspenTli ui' t youth and a mild on tho chtlr finery which wealth has put on the sulting phjsiiians, it was agreed, as Tlul wit built for ona prrion tlnne, der. thero wore yet no signs of accumulation Shu bat witching blot tyn and blond hair. "And you lovo me alter all?" he backs of the women, at tho watering in tho bronchial vessels of tho lungs, to And hi protulaud to bo Herbert' own. places, to eeo how tho money ha been asks. Soon the front door la opened, a tread try tho result of another bleeding, when Sho laughs softly as if bewildered obtained. you see that lady in "Do 1 hit niiket Herbert turn jrtllow beard. thirty two ounce wcro drawn without " It' pi pa, b'U tend ma to bed. by her sudden happiness, and then the whito ottomau silk?" a correspon tho smallest apparent alleviation of tho So goud-bdearctt lot e, jou'v my wor& her eyes fill with tears as she softly dent was asked. "Tho one with tho disease. You may kit. me, but dout let pa bear, lle't a frightful bad temper, you know. strokes his face. Bhapely figure?" ho responded. "Yes, Vapors o vinegar and water woro In the hall be U waiting, my dear, "Yes, darling," is tho answer, "and that's tho one. but her shape always iuh"d"i. 2 of calomel Ut ma kb you tgiln boid ma to." you mutt corao to supper now. We seems to mo liko a certain bottle of wcro given, succeoded byroiicatcd doses At the foot of tha front atepa ha Ilea, are to havo biscuits; I made them bitters. Why? Because her father's of tartar emetic, amounting to live or Whr be fell with a dull thud Jutt now) six grains, with no other effect than n myself." tho l fortune camo from tho manufacture l There' a print on hit copious dischargo from tho bowels. Tho "You made them?'' Ofa boot Ujo old mtu toiled hi vow. ofa constituent of cocktails. Over yon- powers of life seemed now manifestly t'A OIJO JVlOMIK. "Yes," alio whispeiB, "mado them der, in dainty mull, is tho wife of a yielding to tho foreo of tho disorder. Tiik Dallas Herald says that thero are all by myself." faco powder; going down tho hallway Blisters wero applied to thocxtiomities, li 1 living sixteen of tho forty Genorals "Then," he says coldly, "you can- are tho two daughters of a cough together with u cataplasm of vinegar that Texas furnUhed to tho war. Tho not love me," and starts for tho gate. syrup, and tho swell who drovo past a and bran to the throat. Spenldncr, l.i cr does not state whero tho other The girl'follows him and criea in a few minutes ago in a dog-ca- rt tandem which was painful from tho Ieginuing, "J 1,(503 Generals now residing in that now became utmost impracticable. Res- State got their titlo, but thoy aro problow, despairing wail for him to come was a son of a pill." piration grew more aud moro contracted ably distinguished guutlomon who back. But ho doea not heed her. On Providence has a faith euro. Mrs; and imperfect till 1130 ou Saturday moved thcro since tho closo of tha and on ho goes, when ho suddenly she uight, retaining tho full Jiostetision of national misunderstanding. unaIu that sees him throw up his arms, as the Fanny Lie has been apparently his intellect, when ho expired without a Statu ncommon citizen feels lonely surneighdrowning man does when battling ble to walk for 17 years. Tho straggle. rounded by ho much glitto'iug rank. with the very air for existence, and bors began to pray with her and a Ho was fully impressed at tho liegin-nin- g Ihtruit J'ren JWu. minister and his wifo annointed her disappear forever. ot his complaint, ns well as through head with oil. Tho next morning sho every succeeding sUgo of it, that KomiiaH has como into notico as a He had stepped into a post-ho- lo. its walked out to breakfast and announc couoUuiou would be mortal, submitting bovorogo bocauso ot its use by tho PresChicago Tribune. ed her cure. Sho was supposed to be to tho several exertions mado for his ident. Ttio following is a recrpo for Buttermilk. suffering from a spinal disease, but recovery rather as a duty than from any making it : Fill a quart bottlo up to tho Iu warm summer weather many neck with milk ; add two of its cfiiciency. Ho considpersons feel an irrosistiblo craving for thcro is no moro doubt on that point expectation ered tho oicrations of death upou his ot whito sugar (after dissolving the samo something sour, and often gratify this than that bIio ia now well. svstem as coeval with diseaso, and sev- by tho addition of a little water over a cako desire by a freo indulgence in pickels "What bo them?" said a country- eral hours Iwforo his deuth, after repeat- hot Are) ; rJso'a quarter of a or vegetables made acid with vinegar. man, stopping in front of a fruit storo ed efforts to Ik) understood, succeeded of compressed yeast ; then tie tho cork This demand for acids indicates a defi- yesterday and pointing to a bunch of iu cxprosbing u desiru that ho might bo ou tho bottlo securely and shako tho ciency in tho acid secretions of tho bauanas. Having learned, he bought (teruiitted to die without further inter- laixturo well; place it in a room of tho temperature of CO to 05 degrees Fahrenstomach, and tho demand far nu arti- a plump redskin, and, without stop- ruption. x heit for (ix hours, and finally iu an During the short ieriod of his illness ficial one is a natural one, but viucgar ping to peel it, bit oil tho end. The over night Tho milk used should ho economized his timo iu tho arrangeLactic acid banana was finished iu the same priis not the best substitute. ment of such few concerns as required bo jierfectly pure, and tho yeast freslu is one of the chief agents that give meval style, and then the granger rethero is any curdle iu thu koumiss or his attention with tho utmost serenity, It acidity to tho gastric juico Of tho marked: "Tho rind ain't much, but uml anticipated his approaching disso- thickened part resomblmg cheese, it Springfield lution with overy demoubtrution of that shows that tho fermentation has gone stomach in. health. This ia tho acid tho peth is purty fair." spoiled. It may equanimity for which his wholo lifo has too far uud tho drink is of sour milk, and therefore one of the Republican. bo added that unless care is taken iu been so uniformly and singularly diet drinks that wo can best summer A sporting paper says tht a certain drawing tho cork tho fluid will go out It satisfies the base ball player was "fined twenty-fi- ve use is buttermilk. with it, liko warm Scotch ale. KoumUs Jauks Cmiik, Attending Physician, craviotr for acids by giving to tho is already obtainable at Washington dollars for missing a fly." Persons O. Dick, Consulting Fhysiciau. Klikiia stomach a natural supply, and at tho who have watched the antics of a bald bur rooms. HVHAKKK OF TUB JIOUSK. furnishing in its cheesy headed man as ho strikes aimlessly at eamo tirno Stukct Talk. "How much heller jou Andrew Stovouson, of Virginia, was look, Mrs. S 1" "Yes, I have gslned 32 matter a good supply of wholesome a fly will wonder how long tho richest Sjioakcr of tho Twentioth, Twcnty-flrapounds on Hall's Catarrh Cure. Have not nutrition. A man will endure fatiguo man's purse would hold Twenty-seconand Twenty-thirfelt so well in 20 years. It has made a in hot weather better on buttermilk out if ho were obliged to pay twenty, Nathaniel Macon, ot North complete cure and ii worth $50 a bottle to than on any diot drink he can use. five dollars for a miss. Peck's Sun. Carolina ; Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana ; any one that h the'eatarrh." Orange County Farmer. ot Maino, and Samuel Grape seedlings do not come truo James O. Blaino, PILES I PILES I PILES I J. Randall, of Pennsylvania, havo each 8. Barry was Govern- to the parent-kind- . When John A chance seed- held the oflico threo terms. Henry I) ft Demlnu'a Keto Iilncoveru of or of theSLato of Michigan there was ling may he a new variety of great Clay was Speaker ot tho Twelfth, Thir- l'lleu U s radical change from the eld rtuedle about an acre of ground around tho value; no ono kuows what it may do. teenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth and Six- heretofore Id uh. The Ditcoiery It the mult of yetnof patient Klentlllcitudy and lorcttlgatloo Capitol building upon which the gross It is no haid matter to raise seedlings teenth Congresses. 1 A. Muhleuburg, Into tn character of Ihlt painful dlarata. To conhad been allowed to go to seed overy or move chance ones to a place where of Pennsylvania ; Jonathan Dayton, of vince you ol IU great intrlt, call on l'euny A W. M. Wbr, Ml. Yerneo, year. Governor Barry took great thoy can be watched until they boar Now Jersey; Joseph B. Varuum, of and get s tamplo box free of charge. James K. Polk, of Massachusetts ; pains to have tho grass cut at proper fruit and their value U known. A woid lo the win it (ufficlent. Ntier neglect and Lynn Boyd, of Kentucky, Much of tho injurious effects of cigaLottie of lirown'i Eic-lorttime, and when properly cured ho sold I cough wbeu a presfdod over Congress, for two ouch will cur you. KoraiUby 1'eouydMcAllitcr, tho hay and put tho money into tho rette BtuokiiiL' is prevented bv not con Slaotbrd, sod W. M. W.Ur, Mt. Vernon. terms. State Treasury. Thero wan only hall suming the last third of the cigarette. It acts as a filter for the part T. W. Eagle, orUltiuliburg, O., lulorint ua that Edison's Kltctrlc Light Is a wonderfu 1 a dollar la the Stato Treasury when ursminoKwiunu is ot a very Lad H II'- lirewu't Expectorant cured hint bad consequently satu- ilIcort'rT,but not at wonderful filled. To Barry took tho chair, and it was a bo rated with tho injurious oil drawn into Catarrh Cure. For ! by Pconr A Mo caugb after every other medicine he baJ of fenny 4 McAllilcr, Stanford, tad W, it by the smoker. IudiHpolU Journal. gu coIr, Alfstcr. Ml, Ytroon, WiUr, ri 3ltriir8BroI Mrt. Langlrj. OVIl I.ITTLK aiHtm htlf-pa- rt fLKASAKTKIM8, "A well-shape- STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. CnTRCH DIRCCTOnT. MKTII()I)IST,KOUTM.-IUnl(htirept Iho (bird. aon.lli li indormli'T ll.r.wrtiik Ihdi't' mnml.M. la.i tv n.im It n,aprriii. nu hm.il.iu.lv ., ,,,,n..,vetrt'tparlir ..r oii.lii.ln.l. Jlnir. Im. Ihi iT tidier In Ki Marti. I. r , laloru.t ipnlri JiMrtW KniiV.ii.jMh I'ATTra. jlTtlmllh-.- l t, Mi II ('une.ettilT TitKlMian IVwrd lflr.il SrlfnllRr -hal Arlriillnril,N..rnulS.!i.l tn.l (mm.t'lt. rem I I v2r.7kRi..raiii-ioiihtiwrVtH.i(,m- rr annum MllrJrnl.H,,,, ,,, Jr.. IH in lliundty ihel'iillrre. Uliilon.Kr n NOTICE ! OH A It OIUlUAItDlHII.I.N! 1 II lll'TntlNiM, I'mpr . and lourth ttundtya, mornlni in J And nlahl, ITtrer MetllntT vry Wednenlay afttr-noo- Bate to Himdty 8cho.il at f 10 a, M, It K. flarrow Superintendent - Werahlp by th roiuTec.ilion v CIIHIN-riAlird't dty I'retrhln by lr. J. W. (lot on Ken.nl and lotirth diyt. "undayHchool at Jo Sevrrtnr, Superintendent. Itev. I. H. Mri:i. T)HFMYTKHIAN, HtlUTH a. roy, pa.iur Mnnilae rvhool ti a an J.k. w honl,Huirlnlendent. Union 1'rtrer Meetlnfon Wedneailty nlfhlt. nlfht Sundty Hehool at Ou a. M. Kev II, ('. Moirltnn, MnperlnltiiiUnl. J. M. llaora, FattorT SeiTlfi B'AITTsf II. a Mortlton, t. Handty mornlni anil rrayr Meeting every Wbichts Indian Vegetable Pills LIVER vrretablei Afl roBTim all Bilious Complaints Unirtltl. nogrlp-Ijir AMKHIOAN I.iitunl Aid Sociotj or Kainituilcy. prtltt-woil- week iMriiitont grinding Tnrndattand t'rldarinf IM-l- m nth half-ligh- t ROBBED Thou.tniliorriirri are annually rehbnl of their vlcllint, lliet proloncnl, litpplnetntrKl hettlh by nwi of I be great OPERA HOUSE!. VV.JI -- HTAtmilttl. KV. 1 noir Which poilllvely and permanently rum ino-trur- y, 8litofMIe,',0i5O. i:i(htrmnMele tela of Seen-er- y tctiiw.1 by rxrptMe ol any kind.) Krinl-Kl- f rvtilnf raptclty, Intludlnt; rallery, imk ll rilkllmn, atidalldltra-e- i lliaf follow t Iteaaontbla rile to allrtcilout, Aildre teriuenceoritelf Alini, it Iota nf rnergy, htaol a abate. memory, unlferMl ItMiiude, pun In lli bark, dlainmofvlilAii.prriiiiliiraokl Ki, and intny olherdltette lint lettt lo rontumptliiii and a .. IHAIll.ll "- - - I.V M..II .., ..... ...w .., nrriendror M rlrrultrt Mlh. atrttl- . ...... Tk. ,. M .... la told at II per box, ortix hir tli, by til drngililt, or will I tent fire by mall, trrurely tetled,on rmlpttf price, by tddmalnr KY, GERMAN INVIG0KAT0R I T. WALTON, - - Proprietor. Ilnonxdlilltllon I hat arreided thetcency bi Unroln in.lllarrinlroillillft of Ihll inotl trnl peirectly relltble In.lllullon, the ! nlijeclnflh A M. A. orlflr 11 p provide Dntncltl td loth wldowt, orphtnt, hrlrt. left-Ir- e tnd teilrn. ef lit drreated lueint!." Mo on ahoiill hetltita to teeurt mrioUnhlii. It will tttord me plet.nre to give full Itilwimttlon lo lliet dealrlnf It tnd rlrrultrt thewliif I ha object ol lb Huclety, name of Ihrofteen, Je. 1(0 A' . not IIKSTICIl, riunfurd, Ky PI 0 ...... ...... Stanford Female College. NTAM'OItl. With Hoi n.i .vumiiirrfi, ii.inio.OMn. l!il-ltgrnl for th United Nitin K.J. iii;m:y, a Full Corps of Toachcrs, 2.1 I Oil & GLOBE I.iNii.'niicc i egg-shel- l. ry Thltlnalllutlon will l" on I he A lit Thtrleenlh Mcnlon Mnndty In Meptriubrr neil. A on Ctf MATEO lA I.I, Tub' IIIIANCIIW OK f'oiiipniiy ! I' i THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE An tamht, at wtllu MUHIO. T1IE3 IiANUUACJKU. DHAW-INAND 1'AINTINO. U black-nnd-ta- n American Aueti, $5,212,737 81 Loiies paid in 31 yean in U. 8. exctcd 631,000,000.00 Soldi, rrotniil mul llonorslilr. 1'sjs Insaps Tflllinut (!() iIa)h' tllarniiBt. Dooi tlio Leading American IVIIrle wrllltn by TERMS MODERATE. Ull; 1'rrptralbjy, shlrt-slcov- In Tuition, pilre ranr from f M to a.V) In th regular lieparlmentt. rrlwarr.liS, lnterme,lat IN, and ttillenltle, 140. Bntlness. for full ptitlrulara, it lo lloant, .e , tddrett MKN. N. '. ritHKIir.AMT. frtHrljinl, Atanbrd, IJnn.tntk.t tj, JOHN "IX (irilKIt III- - H. PHILIPS, HI1.1T-CI.A- Agent. you-ma- y horne-from-th- e Mood-lettin- g d fTnalrltrr'a Stnmarli Illttrrt, lir Incmalnff vital iMtr, and rrndermt; the phytlral functions regular mid nclive, krrpa IIm aritrm la pxxl working onlcr, ami protrrta llnfnUntt illteaie r'ur ronitlpitlou, tlya- and llvrr complaint nerrnuanr, Iieiula nnd rheumatic ailment, It It Invaluable, ami It nflonU n pure defence nrninit rualarlal fevrra, bctldr removing nil tracra oftuch illteau from Hie tytlrm tor aalo by all Drurriata and Ocaltrs 6ltTERs gruerally. HALL'S IflTARRH (JURE 13 KECOMMEKDED BY al theianie tfeney. niWI'ANlia Italra inauoabl (1UI1VIN 1IODTJB." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago v I Railway. ! rHYSICIAKl d CAKffloi. ana Cvtarrli of tho Nnaal Ulceratlveil Catarrh of tho Enr, Lo or TMroji. It le taken INTKRN ALLY, and note OIRSOTLY upon thu Blood and Mucous Surf.vcea of tno Sjatem. It I tno tioat Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, nnd la worth ALL that la chamed for h, for THAT ulono. Cavlty-Chro- C3UJi.ueia Till: O.V,1' MNK KUNNINII lMiUiiiaii LOUISVILLE In time to Paliu-TO o Cars! CHICAGO! AND rWII.ID TltAIN.1 shoe-button- IP 1 ONLY wtXTTTd t INIESIIAL CURE FfllV CATARRH honoy-suckle- s pretty-copiou- Kantra, Ilrowaineu. Dulrrtt after latlnr, lMIn In theSldr, Ac. While their mott ruoark able lucent ha Uen shown la curie J Kick Hradtcha and rtllrre all the trontdra Incident to a billon elite of the trittin, tucii at CURE nradifhc.jrt Ctrtrt't Ultlo Uvcr nilt are rqaally valuable In Conttlpatlon, enrine and prcvraUnf. thla annoying complaint, wbll tbrr alto correct all ditordcra of th atootch, itlmnlate tha llvrr eud regulate tha Lowcla. Kvtn If they only curul SICK And we offer Ona Hundrexl Dollnrs tor any Cneo of Cnt.-trrIt will not Cure. (Jrrrnraillr. CrarTfunliTlllr, IjiUjfUe WILl, CLKi: A.NV CAKU nnd t'lilmgo rrlthont rhancr. OfnVo of A T BTawaar fA.'J 111, Judo t, lank. Caioaoo, I TIXIK TAIII.IL ilrttri. K J. fAener.r IU TWnfo, O. UtHllrmrn - I UWo l,lea.tur In Infimln? foil liailyT TSliyT .trillN.n. lliat 1 batn uaed Hall M CaUriti Cum ll l.at cumlroe Iwaaverytiod anil don't beallale to l.t. IauUvIIUl. . . T4tpm am uy'hatltwUlrureanyraieof L'aUrrbif taken Air l.reoetMle- - . i vi at 101 IU Youra truly, rxvierly. ' Otwfordavlll J 01 a at S0 pat lL WuTniaroaov J. . ... " UUjelt I II lla 4 It pat WOTtTII 8IO A llOTTLi:. " Chirac 7 SO in. I ( urn E. Mrair.JicL-jtn- , Jllrh., wrllee Hare luvl lauirh for !U rrara. Hall' Catarrh Curo cured Th wtMldlrett route, with only on chtntwof (Vntblcr It worth f IdOO a tottl. Vt lvou.1. Mlneeaota, lowa, oin. ran, to all wlnta In Imttlo. by all DmrrTtaU at .& I Nekrtaka, Ac For further lufurtuillon, a.Jrwt Mamitarturrd aixl aol.t dt T 3 C11K.NXY d: CO. XIUIIIIAY KCLLKILO. !' A.. a, TUIXUO, OUIO. Cole It- Uultilll. Ky ttrm tiik MAiimrrai Hrttut Notick.- - I'lMenrert Iron th Knoi. fill llrtnch of U A N. It. It. iirli In lotla.llU lit lhvenl( trtln of lh -- Mono Uout" and u lbruu(h U I n r tl - rl. rr For aalt In Stanford by fenny A McAUtter. 1 Ache they vronld be almoi I prlcclrte to tho who (uflt r from thla dlslrcMing complaint; but f their foodnca doe not end hire, and tboto who once try then will And three UttUtfiUl tutlowlUioutthun. l!ut after all alck HEAD ACHE Afflicted, Attention 1)K. G ANN'S IlEMEDIES! FOIl TIIE MILLION. MANUCAtTUUKIl 1IY ff ttOUISyilLCft NASHVItlfRR: THECRCAT W. K. HANK, M II., bud combined gn MONTICELLO. KY. The world li nilcd with the wonderful, ful tnd intricate InTeutlont ol inin, yet all the talent and renlui Ibtt the world hit ever Inown bit never produced aiiytblnr that can corapar with 'I'r. Iltnn't Itenmllea" Medlral tilllindielencehive.at yet, tilled to dl.ou.er any lhln(eiiiil to them, fur the fur of th whlth Ihey irwrrrouiiueiidAl. At Ihelr virtue and uml tie prtlwd by lhuundi throuah-ou- t thel.njlli and breadth id tli land, indii tJlindtrd raiullf Mrdirlnti, tliey ranuot Im tuUtiiiilited by th CoM Kor CJuiif Hon aud all !i-u- Through Trunk Line il lull m coat-tai- utothrm. IavitltaiSScrntt; Bvofortl. Bold by dracsist tvuy hue, or not by aid. CAKTKIt MLIUCIXE IU, c,r York. la thetane e f ro tn any live that her It where we make our crcat Loaat, Oar pills cmo It whila CjlhtrtdoBoL Carter' LltUo Liver Mle are xcry tmul and very in y to take, Oneor two iiill tntkra dote. They are ttrletly vtvHtbla and do not r;rlio or pnrrn but by tht Ir cmtle action pleats all who b. Croup, llionehltlt, tonaumi ul I lie Throat and l.uuj., Without Change and with Speed Uarlralei SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE rROU LOtlttlLUTOTIK THE BSST OF ALL !oii;Ii Nyrtip. Kor Liver timplilnt,lylela, Iikllie.llon.Jaun. dlte, ITho iJlieatei, Dr. Uiiiiii'n (liuitlwllon, hour Montach akd til lllllout lino Dr. Uuiiii'n bout I.lvcr Cure. SOUTH & WEST PULLMAN Llitl Kock, Mnltonitry, Atlanta, bavtiaah. Jacktontlllt, Mobile, aad Ntw Orl.ant, In Palace Care Without L'faaef. LINIMENT FOR Itheuuallaui, If euralflt, Hprtlnt, llrul-ttnrlweltlnft tueiierntl tppllcttioa for minor MRS 13SK ta&H I'hu Dr. Uiiiiii'm I.iuiiiM'iii. rorl'llet, llcuorrholdi, lluillir dlatttea, KKO llurnt, BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA SHORT LINE TO THE EAST "rna LouUvllltln I'tltcCrt without chtn(. FMIRRiiNTQ 18Helmaenth, ol mil AND BEAST. ll.lult and all s For noro thin a thlnl of a ccntnrylho MeilrriiiSlii.lalifr l.lnluient Las linen known to liillllona ull over tlio world at tlio only vufu rcllanco for Uio rtillcf of accldcnia ami iialn. It le u rntxllclne lilxivo prlcuuml pniUo lite lioturil bind. 1'or every foiiu of Cittnuil jialn Dr. Dr. CJHIIIt'H 1II OilllllUllt. ct For Frrth Cut, Ilurna, Ulcer a tnd Old Horra, Vmu ;iiiiii'm Jlitfvr-HuoOintment1, MEXICAN Mnstang I.lnlmcnt la vrltliont an cmul. UricDr.CJiuiit'HNtoiiiiiL-l- i IIKtcnt A lielltbUToulc. Aptlier and lllood 1'urlHer, aod aUo cure thla road will receive tpcclil low ntet, Se Artalt ol Ihlt Cemptnr for talet, roulet Ac., or will c. P. MKOilf, 0. P. & t. A. "' Loultvlll. Ky. M It ici-- l.one lite Ieuetrle loo-bo- tha oonilnu. unco of ialu mul inUniiiinullon liupot-elbllUctrocKiilioii llutnnii llrtliunil tliiiliriilolrtnil hi arucijually woiultr-fu- l. Tliu Jloilcun lletli timl luutcle to mnklni- - Liver l);iela, Indltfcitloc, rlodlral Ctuuplilnt, Miltrlil Keren and all IMtette. tlinufatturrdtnd fortalo by Don't Be Led Astray! W. IC. Hole proprietor, Montlcrllo, Ky. rAII by ui.ll will receive pioiupt atteutlou, 3vT. 3D., Ily thvrullirly wonlrd vlmtlaruitntiof rival routrt, whlrh are liable to deceive the public. . orJeri The hhortett and Qulrkrat Itoute from Clnclo-Ul- tl Wett it the M-- MUSTANG IJnlmrnt Is tiocilptl hy somebody In every houto. Kvcry day LrliiKS nuws of the mifauy iifull airrul ttuldor Imril aubduutl, of rlieuiautio martyr ro utAitMl. or a valuablo liurta up ax eaveil by tho liculing power of thlj & MISSISSIPPI R. W. 10 Kentucky's Tb ouljr n ltouto East Giiiciiiiuitt to St. Louis ruuulDC noun ! if -V I. LINIMENT which aperittlr cures such nUmcnts of Uio HUMAN Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. 4Dtlly t, bald-heade- d d s. :".uiiirecicii iriuacict, jiiiina i.iiu cuia, uruiiri nun Niiralua, l'olouunt Illlr run! , oltl NtlnK, Htimie, Sore, lllct.-a- . l'ro(, ilitalut. att, mul bore IMpiiItt, CL UU- ludcctl every It vvllhouttcar. ca. tlio lienlr form or ..itcruul tor uiiutb ciuutios it ftcures Mpralut, Nivliiny, Ml Jolnta, Fouutler. Harriett Woret, Hoof 111. l'oot Hot, rirrctv Vi orm, Hcati,oiioir iiorii, nciaicuea, ivinuSpavin, Tliru.li, HIiioIkiu, Sail,bore, J'ull l!vll, l'llm upon oilier the Hlulit nnd every pa I ailment or I lit, l vvliirll Hie .ire u li 6Mablo anil MoeU Var.l are llalile. Iho Slailcau Muttaiir I.lulm.nt always cum anil uovi-.- tlhkiijoUlU and it Is, )Kwltlvey, rfoiut. -r Itliaumatlairl. . . ...- - lI.USll as Nvvellltii?. 31tlly 2I)illy llouri ahead of allolher line. Titlut, with Docbaoof can far any ucD(ert. Trilna to Loululll, with Free farlei . fUlfT PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS a solkTtrain raon 2 21ally 12 Trilm to Ettutvllle, 4 boun la of all other route, with on lwchan of cart. Daily Tralna to Cairo, 7 hour quicker than any other Hue, aud no change of care. Trilnt to New Urletat. No chanxeef Ctuciunill. ,L,B Chl"t0 'II tvvl I.OtllMVUIe,C'IllClllllHUIHllI,fX. liiKlen, Ity Hours HSlSuf" Iu"a", Kansas CitV uan oy oiuer linet. in. w, a' Jf. It the only line with 4 Dally Tialut from Ciurlnnitl to Hi, Loula, niiklnr Connettlo( In lame dciot with fait Iralm lor i??""V.T. iS.ifcrlS!,J2" W IT:! "i0- - """t. iron i -- """ ,,S'lw. L'hlctKU A Alton Uall. okuk Abt. liuU KilruJi WiUab. hi. LuultA hllTUtU, RIDUI A ilKM 1UU The Direct Route toLynchbur?. Dan- tevaiuv ( IjiuUAritu KfitKl.iv luilw.y. jt "WASHINGTON CITY. Two lloure U, Tlunon th can, and let chaux of ctn NowYorli. ville, Norfolk, Til Ten-ncbse- o, THE BEST OP ALL Impress nlty-cc- ul ut LINIMENTS 703 VAX OS - BIAS?. .,. i. ,...! ii... ... v,.,. ,iu Vy wmtu yon All Virginia and North Carolina IruiuCiucluutr la UL LouU '.l!"iut Ifyluit etr In Iu aJdlllou to uiou.r Points. pall lor tltkil. l.'ir ilrk, la ..!, ,. a. .a I.I...' n For tlik.lt tnd (ml her luforitillon apply to your UM.-ea- l Tltktl Aaeultuf conutntlur lluet. liiktt uiUre, or addieu " walnut JAHIA (. r.UNHT, Cincinnati. w"1 loot . iraud UlllwriHaU(orlViol "'' of Multireel, iioUi. iieui. iVMiern ak.ui. 3 III W, HmIu Nt UulattU, Ky 1 li. i. .r, w i. ran gel through (art 1 Thts Upou Yoar 1, Muory. ..llJ""""'6 . ., tt,( C. W.HMITU, uu aituaHir, McbuoiiJ, II, W. Vlrglnli. uwirwrarii ri)LI.EK. Utu'l Miuij-rJ. D. HILL, Uiu'l rwueiutr Ail rauenfer Aytol, LeUBdn, Ky.