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Semi-weekly interior journal: August 10, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883081001_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 10, 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. I VOLUME Stint-MidifX.-NUM- ftm BEU - weeMi The Vain Old Woman. iittfio 10, 1883. Ooatlrnneaa, Illnr-rUn- mifitaL NEW For IjarNpt. n, 510. STANFORD, KY., FEIDAY, AUGUST Senator William. SERIES-NUMB- ER 171. e Jnlcrior3ourn;tI nltlmfil WITHERED ROSES. hi n lira W. P. WALTON, . Editor and Proprietor l:)lt. tin UMif A nM rubtlthrtt Ttirmlnu VJ.OO mill 1VWI ktMtit, rttfwmil nolo ItissVtssaj)M wsrmlv wrote, Maty lsr I j Wnn, Ahl II mm f hxiL., now eM, lit hW mt fWMlHrn, inm iimmm . LM3II ANNUM. MfM'rlM, rriMM ilon'l unit stsmpi In pajmrtil of ub- Sftlpllnn, Mffilto matt) f tum. M thra of ! nominations not 7M nMSM rmn iIIMmm. AH lb wanntli It 1M toMla All lb IK Im a war; Nautili H Ml bull i"l .! ami old, ntftlhrf cnls. Urn, Mtlirlr anrl.iit ulthMHl now awl i!i,1, T B111I0 President of Letington. I Btnitlt In hit letter to tho 01 II lr Mrr ImudI data, Cincinnati Jfem Journal regarding AYlifss IIm tun, rich jr4ilti Masa to LexKHweri tliv rl.wka le jttojr. President Authtir's Into visit Alt I lhlut!iMnH'M'rlMRltl ington lias Hits to say of tho solid ColAh I lb 1m of mu.t Hi n Mir Ufa's nol t lrj lector: "Swopo reminds mo of tlio old IUA&9 ha tnnr. h hi ! dory of tho lawyers In hell, who "II Jiv I Of hImI Mr a vatlttrtt tef , stood noxttho flro. Ho nover lots UtoM lUtlnHm N lnvkrat these other fellows hero get any ad IK Mir Kfe Uo vtmlli la o'er (M 11 t wbMi mmm h aora, vantage of Mm when thero is a looso Ai IWt n nfn lb lVii. president or cabinet officer about, nnd WMl II an baa ktt 14a Kajfat, ho always is tho first, to greet nnd tho Wbt H Ibr rail rf wtntw's ntgbt IMH atttllhwi thlf oarrll-Ua- al to tho distinguish lost to bid good-byll.l Ilia MfWtlH tvrrl 1 members of tho national governi I (Ik aa aMb4 hKHwiita lint tfl" of )eulli'a ram. ment tho como this way. Yesterday - rAaiwaara Jii nal ho was near tho person of tho president, and, if thero is any divinity $5,000 A Pound. which doth hedeo about tho person of Uill Arp says: As a general thing our republican king, 8wopokcpt cloio tho girls show too much anxiety to enough to get his sharo or it by ab- marry. Thoy nro too awect on tho sorption. Without appearing to ob- boys. They ought to stand oil and trude himielf, ho yet quietly takes tlio look reserved and precious and put on tdaco of tho most distinguished local Jerusalem airs and say, ''Young man, republican and docs tho honors as if you don't know who you are fooling that duty was exclusively his own. with. Pm n treasure, lam. I weigh BDtno of tho others gnash their teeth, 115 pounds and am worth 81,000 a but have to grin and bear it, whether pound." Well, they are. A good, they like it or not." Of (Jov. Black- nice, healthy girl who can mako up burn's address of wclcomo, ho contin- her own drc?s nnd get up a good sup ue!: "When the president camoback per for company and is not ashamed to town tho governor met him with a to wait on tho tablo while tbey aro eatspeech of welcome in tho reception ing, is worth about 81,000 a pound. room of tho hotel. His remarks wcro Hut that is nothing to what thoy will printed and read from the proof shectf. Iw worth. Why, Mrs. Arp has cut Ilia eyes wcro not strong, his spec out and made up nt least 2,000 gar taclcs dimmed with tho dew of unshed ments of ono sort and another. Sho toars of vexation and tho light poor. has sewed 500,000 stitches and patchPersons crowded behind him nnd shut ed and darned and washed faces and olT tho light and at intervals he would feet and combed hair innumerable. atop reading to order them ofl, liko a Sho has tied up 500 sore toes and cut policeman frightening away small boys fingers and burns and bruises, and when they get too near tho drum ma- kissed away u thousand tears. Sho jor in tho procession. Tho president has watched 'cm by night and by day listened in astonishment. It had nev- and keeps on watching; and right now er occurred to him that any Kcutuck whilo I am writing on my piazzt, sho ian, much less in governor, and tho is looking away up the big road, and member of u family famous in sacred says: "I'm afraid something will hap history for having beaten Samson with pen to them boys; they aro too littlo his favorito Philistino killer, should to go ofl by themselves." There are have to writo an address of welcome two littlo nephews hero just out of nnd read it ofl. Hut tho governor school and they and Carl have all got read It on slowly and paused to 'shoo a horso cr a colt apieco and havo gono ofl the small bays' and blow his bugle oil on a "scursiou" and I call them the ai occasion demanded. At last, while infantry cavalry and tell Mrs. Arp its running over an eloquent and original all right, hut she sits hero sewing with passago narrating how Kentucky had specks on and ever and anon looks up been noted for her fast horses and the road nnd says: "Tlioeo children handsomo women, he was interrupted have overstayed their time. I am by a thin shadow being cast upon his afraid something has happened." It paper. It was that of Gen. Eikin, a they don't como soon I know that I small man physically, but one of the will havo to start after 'cm, for that is guests and an ofilccr in tho United always tho way. .Mrs. Arp is worth States Army. With agesturo of min at least 85,000 n pound, nnd sho gled disgust and command, the gov weighs right smart nnd keeps a getcrnor roared at him. 'Uet out of tho ting heavier. I am rich, 1 am. I feel light, siil get oull' and onco moro tho wealthy whenever I look nt her. United States Army was ordered off A Prodigal Son, tho sacred soil of this grand old com. It was towards thoploso of a bright inonwcallh. Tho general retired in summer's day that a prodigal son argood order, tho by slanders hid their rived at tho the paternal mansion. smiles as best they could and tho Tho 8 un was declining in tho West sprech rambled on to its conclusion. " tho only thing that over does A. gentleman from Fraukfort, who is in the West, and somothiug familiar with such matlets, said the that the prodigal sou would havo been speech was an excellent ono in fact tho last mau in tho world to havo done that It was 'ono of Tom Harris' best but to return to the other sun and efforts.' Mayba it was, but when I its slanting rays throw a golden tint read it in print to day I cauld not for upon tho gray hairs of his aged father, tho lifo of mo tell what tho speaker who sat on tho front porch reading the was driving at, or whose 'eldest daugh- Illustrated JWfce Gazelle. ter' President Arthur was, or how Tho gato opoued, aud the old mau, Kentucky had mauagod to represent peering over his spectacles, described tho principles of freedom for thirty a ragged tramp comiug up tho walk. generations. No doubt tho governor He was about to set the dogs on him, would explain it to mo if I askod h'm, in accordance with tho usual custom but press of other matters just now of that hospitable region, when tho will deprivo mo of that pleasure." tramp came up, removed a dilapidated Tho olectrio railway, which formed hat rim which encircled his brow, and such an attractivo and successful fea cried "Father, don't yon know rue?" ture of tho recent railway exposition, "Know you," relumed tho old roan, has been purchased by the Klectrio Tramportation Cumpany, und will bo after scrutinizing him a moment over in active operation during tho wliolo his spectacles, "I would kuow you if I period of tlio Louisvillo Exposition, saw your hido hanging in a Un-yawhich opened Aug. 1, Tho track will Its my own lost Thou tho fond parent fell upou his encircle a haudsomo park and will bo feet in length. A midway sta- sou's neck and wept wept because it 2,850 tion will bo established at the art hall. was so dirty. It hadn't been washed If its operation is attended with any- siuco the boy ran away from, 13 years thing liko tho success which it met bofore, to pirato. Fiudiug that his long lost son had a witli at tho railway exposition, it can not fail to satisfy all partios concern- plug of tobacco, the old mau lot him Hallway Ago ed. slay over night, aud the next day A hoy asked a man, "Pleaso, sir, bought him au emigrant ticket to tho what is tho time?" Ho answered "The noxt town, where ho cautiou?d him to of tho sluy and lead u virtuous lifo. timo to noon is just Oraulto posts fivo feet high, sot at tinio since 5 o' clock; now, my littlo mau, if you will tell mo tho correct intervals of a mile, are to iudicate tho time I'll give you a silver dime." boundary lino between Pennsylvania AVhat should his auswer havo been so and Now York, which is now bciug resurvdyed by a commission. as to claim tho dimo ? With thalr anrtmt A I 1nJ tlior, I finl A vsa.ua frsgrauc tram Himh afttl, Ule nwm'rj Un.tr r, nlwn nl timnr, !! -- Thero was onco an old woman so very poor that alio had no home, but lived in a hollow tree. Ono day sho found a piece of monoy lying in tho road. ! nil of joy nt her good fortune, sho began to consider what sho should buy with tho money. "If I get any- thing to cat," sho said to herself," I shall quickly devour it, nnd that will .bo tho end of tho mnltcr. That will not do at nil. If I buy clothes, pooplo will call me proud, nnd that will not do; nnd besidoj I havo no closet to keep them in. Ah! I havo itl I will buy n broom, and then ovcrybody that I meet will think I havo a house. A broom in tho thing. A broom it shall be." So tho old woman went into tlio next town and bought n broom. Sho walked proudly along with her purchase, look-in- g about her all tho timo to seo if peo-ptnoticed her and looked envious thinking of her house. But as no one seemed to romark her, sho began to 1k o o discontented with her bargain. "Does ovcrybody havo a houo ex copl ma ?" she said to herself, crossly. " I wish I had bought something elsol" Presently sho met n man c.rrying a small jtr of oil. "This is what I want" oxclaimcd tho old woman; "anybody can havo a house, but only the truly rich can have oil to light it with." So sho bartered her broom for the oil and went on moro proudly than over, holding tho jar so that all could seo it. Still sho failed to attract any particular notice aud was onco more discontented. As she went moodily along sho met a woman with n largo bunch ofllowcrs. "Here, at last, I havo what I want," tho old woman thought. " If I can get theio, all tint so 3 mo will believe I am just getting my houso ready for n brilliant party. Then they'll be jealous, I hope." . So when tho woman with the flowers camo closo to her sho offered her oil fur them, and the other gladly made.the change. "Now I am indeed fortunatol" she said to herself. "Now I am somebody!" But still she failed to attract attention, and happsning to glance at her old dress, it suddenly occurred to her that sho might bo mistaken for a servant carrying flowers for her master. Sho was so much vexed by tho thought that she flung the bouquet into the ditch, and went home to her treo empty-handed- Wo aro opposed to returning Gen. Williams to tho federal Senate, for several reasons, chief among which is his unfitness for tho position. Ho lacks both education and brains. Ho lacks political information and personal dignity. He has been an office-seekall his lifo. Ho has belonged to every political party, except repub lican, that has been in cxistenco sinco he has reached manhood's cstato, and in nil that timo he has given no token of his fitness for tho placo. Tho only measure ho has ever Introduced was a bill that excited tho risibility of tho wholo country, tho silliness of which fairly entitles it to rank with Pope Gregory's famous idiotio bull against tho comet. If there ever was a timo when it was profitablo to uso men of his calibro to stop a holo with in that oxaltcd body, ns farmers aro sometimes compelled to uso corn-co- bs for that timo has gone by. Another era has dawned upon tho country, an era of gravo and im portant issues that effect the people nnd tho States in their dearest rights and interests an era that requires the party of the people to send their bravest nnd strongest and purest men and most intelligent aud creative minds to Congress. It is not an era for tho exaltation of mediocrity, for tho uplifting of such cheap bunting Ebenezers as John S. Williams. Be cause an ignorant, blathcrskito thirsts for office, it is no argumeut that ho deserves it. Be cause an ambitious frog swells with self conceit until it imagines itself an ox, it is no reason why any one should put a ring in its nose and exhibit it at tho county fair as an ox. Gen. Williams is tho ambitious and conceited frog of Kentucky politics. Only that, Breckonridgo and nothing moro. News. jug-stopp- ers, d rlTaaS5ij5 IIentarlir. Clirnnln Mirk .Tntinilli-r- , M'ROBERTS&STAGG j Iinpurlljr of tlm lllooil, IVTrranJ Agile, HAlarln, DlM-nae- ennaed lij Dp- ranf cment of Llrer, Iloncla ami Klilney. BYMPTOMH Or A TIIWARril I.IVint. nnl nil Had llrtaih , 1'aln In I he Sl.lt, aomciimtt lh rMn la felt umlcr the Khouldcr.bUcle, mistaken for Khcumatitm , central lofta cf apprlltc. ItowcU Renerallr cmura. aome1(mcs alternating with lax; the neail la trrmlJerf with pain, la dull an.1 hearr . with conaidtraUe Iom rf memory, accompanied with a painful ftrnutlon of leatringunuon-aomethin- ff which ought to har. keen dona a alight, dry cough and fltnhed face It aomctlmei an attendant, often mkuken fur conaumptlon. the patient complilnt cf wearincta and debility, ncrvout, easily alartled. feet cold or Uiriuflg, aonetlmea a prickly actuation of the akin cilita. apl.its are low and deanondent, and, although taiLfieil that ei ercle would be bene ficlal, yet one can hardly aummon up fortitude to try It In fact, dittrutta every remedy, bcvcral of the abore symptom,, attend the disease, tut catei hare occurred when but few cf I hem cal.ted, yet examination after death hat ahown the to hare been catensircly deranged. Opora Houso Block, DriiRsi, - Cigaro, Stanford, Ky., Mimical ClicitiknlH, I'alit.M, Olltt, LniiipN, IT2A.lJ.IiIIH I1V Wall Inpcr. Wines. ilnokH, Malloncrr, Nopn. Liquor, I'frfiintcrj--, IiiMntHicnts I'ockct Tobacco, Ciilllcry, I'lro A rmn, Machine 0"f" 'nwclry, Silverware an.l fi.itlrnl (lootls Department ti In Charge or Col. si.o..niciinrilH, who will Itcpalr AUtclie s anil Clocks Promptly and In tlio lirst IJlir It alinnlil tin naril tiy nil prranns, old nnd young, wlirnornr any of tlio nuovo aymptnraa appear. IVraona Trnvellnff or T.lrlngr In ITn. liraltliy r.ocalltle,Xy taking a dose occasionally to keep the IJrer In healthy action, will avoid all MAlarln, Illllntianttncka, Dirzincsa, Nau-ae- H. Stanford, C. - RUPLEY, Kentucky, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc It will invigorate like a class of wine, butie no In- toxicating beverage. If Toil have entcn nnytlilng lianl ot digestion, or fed heavy after ratals, or aleep lea at night, take a dose and you will be relieved. Timo nnd Doctors' Illlla still bo aaved by nliraja keeping tlio Itegulator In tlio Hornet For, whatever the aliment may be, a thoroughly safe purgative, nllemtlvo and tonlo can never be out of place. The remedy Is linnnleaa MEltCIIalNT'TAITiOK, nnd doea not Intcrrero Mllli bualneaa or fileaatire. And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or Quinine, without any of the Irjurlous after effects A Oovernor-- a Teatlmnnr. Simmons Liver Regulator has betn In use In my family tor some-timand I am satisfied It is a valuable addition to the medical science. J. Gill Siioktik, Governor of Ala. aayt Have derived some benefit from the use of Simmons liver Kegulitor, and wish to give it a further trial. pepsia, User Affection and Debility, but never have found anything to benefit me to the eatcnt bimmons Uvtr ".emulator has. I sent from Minnesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for such a medicine, and would advise all oho are similarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only thing that never Luis to relics e I' M. Janney, Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. T. V. Mnann says I From actual experience in the use of Simmons liver Regulator in uiv practice I have been and am satisfied to use and prescribe it as a purgative medicine. rrn purtnr.v vrnrrrAnrx, VoBfflf 1 W&Sbfai IPHABMAClSfS -- DltaLXRS IX- Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, of fla., - Drugs, Books, Stationery rhjsjclans' "Tlio only Thing that never rail to Kc!lcve.Mr have used many remedies for Dys- and Fancy Articles. I 4S"WJtfr Trade Muk. Fig- - - 'SrxW J k preset Ipllons accurately compounded. Also ji:wkm:u81 of. I Eegiittred. Largest Slock Clocks, Jcwrclrj Wntchcs, k Siherware Theodore Tilton's Passion for Notorietf. "Take only the Genulnrt which always Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mar- k "roof J, II. ZUILlff & CO. HY ALL DRUGGISTS Romantic Story. Tver brought to this ntirket. Prices Losror than theLosrrit. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lie. paired on ibort notice and Warranted. . said to "Now I am well rid of it all, " she ("St. Nicholas for Au gust. her-sel- f. Tho Wiong End of tho Turtle. "do-clino- A 200 pound hawksbill turtlo lay blinking ou tho pavement in front of llufer'a yesterday afternoon dreamyig of tho cool green sea caves and hot Floridian Hands where her last batch of eggs wero cached, when a ragged little street urchin camo by and halted to oxamino tho critter. Ho was not satisfied with gazing, but began to take liberties with its sprawling flippers, punch the fat sides and gradually brought his attentions down to tho tightly closed mouth. Gently tickling the wrinkled throat of tho turtlo ho looked up at a bystander and asked: "Say, roister, has this torklo got a mouth at this end?" That incautious look was fatal. Mrs. Hawksbill quietly opened her jaws and took in tho situation and her tormentor's hand. The boy yelled lustily nud tugged back vigorously while the turtlo held tight and chuckled. A pieco of board was brought nnd his jaws pried open, when that smart boy got away like a bullet shot out of a gun, more scared than Louisvillo Commercial. than hurt. The editor of the Star was making a trip in Pennsylvania some time ago. Two or three seats in front of him in tho palace car sat Theodore Tilton. Tho distinguished gentleman was accompanied by a privato secretary or valet. The train was a slow one.stop-pinat many small stations, and it was presently noticed that the country people upon the platforms gathered around tho windows of the car in which wo were riding and remained staring and whispering to each other until tho train moved ofl. This happened at eoveral stations. At length, as the train entered a villago, we went to the door of tho car and found Mr. Tilton's attendant on tho steps. As the cars drew up to the station he stepped off", and, speaking in a confidential manner to tho first person he en countered, told him that Theodore Tilton was on that car, pointing over his left shoulder with his thumb. Tho great man sat all unconecious in a picturesque attitude, reading a popular magazine, while the people with opeu mouths, gazed in admiration Providence Star. or curiosity. g Striking a Haltertude. "You obsorvo this hat?" asked a yourg blood of highly respectablo patrenage aud of a very ancient family, but who really knows better than to bo so positively ghastly in his remarks as ho was sorao days ago; when ho got tho following ofl to a friend ho met on the street. The articlo in question was uearly a new plug, but bore a terribly battered appearance. "You observe this hat? It has bean thrico metamorphosed." "Expound," said the other. "Well you seo, in tho first placo that it is a silk hat." The Lexington 1'rea is responsible fur this littlo story about Madison county people. In its is3uo of Satur day it says: "Threo weeks agoa neat, pretty, modest young woman went to a hotel at Portsmouth, Ohio, and en- Nice lot of Horses and Fine Turnouts. Rates rea- gaged board, and subsequently ob sonablc. tained emphyment in a clothing factory. She was roierved in manner and made no acquaintances but worked Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in steadily. Ono day last week, Albert Findly, a tall well clad, handsome young farmer from Richmond, Ky., And can supply it in any quantity. put up at the same hotel. The strange A. lady and tho young farmer met. She saw in him a husband from whom she had run away in a pet" a month ago. He saw in her a wife whom ho had been seeking penitently in vain for a month. It was a joyful meeting to both. They kissed and made up, and -- ATtoot? passage for home, both seeming to bo perfectly happy. Now como down among the penny royal women of Southern Kentucky aud see if wo have not the most charming girls your eyes ever beheld. FOltOur girls can wear calico dresses and sun bonnets aud appear neater, nicer and moro attractivo than any women on earth. Even the Blue grass girls, with their Shorthorn silks, Southdown and Cotswold satins, and their Ten Broeck, and Tom Bowling and Mollio Such as Oliver Plows, Meikle and Avery Double Shovel, and the Brinkley McCarty ribbons, can not begin to Turning and Single and Double Shovel and e Harrow combined. No farmer should be without it. make an appearanco in the social cir- cles so perfectly entrancing and be Princeton Banner. witching. JS y & T . s wiami mvws mmm .3wv) -.- A TTft I, JLISTID SITIAIBIXslEI! IHI.A.IRIETIESS SHOP. footooo vowma wooi COAX.? T. WratfEMOGY, Stanford, Ky. HEADQUARTERS -- H. HIGGINS P W. Horse Shoo Nails. Buggy 'Shafts, Sholf Hardware, Iron. Spokes. Farming Implements, one-hors- rd. ouo-fourt- Aftkk iGsoi. A bereaved female maintained upon her premises a ban tarn that laid an egg every morning. Tho b. f. not being well versed in po litical economy, and, therefore, not kuowiug that tho rate of production does not increase proportionately with the incre'ased amount of labor, thought to herself; "If I double that ban-- , tain's allowance of oatmeal sho will doubtless lay twice u day." Sho tried the scheme, and, much to her dismay, the bird gave up tho manufacture of eggs entirely, but crow fat and did nothlug but lay down all day long. "Well," quoth tho b. f. "for eatiug purposes I prefer eggs to down, but a a mattrass stuL'ed with eges can't hold a candle toufeatherbed. I think after all, I havo taken my exit through the larger extremity of tho trombone." Moral Don't study potitical economy. A self acting sofa, just largo enough for two has been inventoJ. If prop erly wound up, it will begin to ring a warning bell just before 10 o clock. At 10:10 it splits apart, and while carries the daughter up stairs the "Exactly." other half kicks tho young man outof "It dropped off my head the other will como high but peo night late and I groped around for doors. Thoy pie must have them. it, and at length touched it. It was A tablespoonful of saltpetre dissolvthen felt." "Just so." ed in a pailful of water and sprinkled "Just as I touched it I fell down on cabbage, will keep oQ tho worms myself and sat in it. It was thensatiu. and not injure tho cabbage. It will also freo your cucumbers aud squash D'ye see. Silk, felt, satin." vines from tho striped bug and bore, Ha." "Ha, if occasionally poured ou the earth. Toronto Grip. "So long." "No," Baid a Philadelphia bride, What tub Two Genehau Ru- - "I am uot williug that our wedding Among the striking con tour should include Yellowstone Park. I'OitTKU. trasts exhibited in character the most Yellow don't agreo with my complexfrequent were the comparisons between ion." Stonewull Jackson and Ewell or Ear PILES I PILES I PILES I ly. On ono occasion Lee received Dr. Veniliiu'u Aetr Dlncoveru for this devout dispatch from one flauk: l'ltr ti a radical change from tbe old reuieJiea hrrclofora to use. The Dlstorerj la tha result of "By tho grace of God wo havo beaten yrartof patient 'Cleolltc study and Iniratlgatloo them on the rigln;" and tho next mo- Into toe character of IhU lalaful dUease. To vuu ol Hi great merit, call on l'enoy A. ment from the other wing: "By Blanfurd, or W. M. Wektr, Ml. Vrroou, d d hard fighting wo have whipped and get a uuid box freei ot charge. One lieutenant them ou the left. s M.M Lien Mace, of Diottou, III., lajshrr Ilich-niougate btrupaa a bvpcltia ruisauiitlfr, but was Jackson the other Ewell. four Uillli-- of Urowu's EiloraMt cured her. For State. one-half con-lu- te )njal-cland Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking vaney Uorn Shellers, Evans' Corn Drills, Hand Corn Jfianters, And tho Best Pump in Tlio Market, tho lUayileld Elevator. Tho unrivalod Jowol Rango Cook Stovos, StopStovos, Tin- waro, Bird Cages, Barbod and Annoalod Wire, lime, Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, &o. A general stock of Groceries. " u"-- "i wmuannu uiassware, ing Office does all kinds of Job "Work The Interior Journal Steam Print STEAM PRINTING w . P. Walton, ! neatijrana cneapiy. Try us. Prop. Commercial College of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. EtuJent$ rcctltttl any ettk day of th WILBITO Mr. A. K. Tierce, Mtyirillr, Ky.. siys she In Uen troubled with palpitation of Uenutn Invlgorator feature it permanent the heart, ami llrown Iron Jilttera did I jr. riee adrerlueuieot. for tale by I'm-o- j A McAliater. her good. No matter how Jaded the comtllutlon hut be from diaeaae or eicnw. the (treat ttuitttitt .. ... ..-.- .- .. .t- - .. llcgular Fall Session, Sept. io, i88t. I S7.S,rL " sale by Peony A Meallaler, blaoford, aid W. M. " u.:. iiii.. i.7r-.ivtaunaral irtlsafaa aaurKs. Kiarlr la aWa. ".t .'-.r--r" ., rw. rf an. al tiJw, a. Mm Weber, Ml. Vetuva. it. s,a.tk.l .u ..'.'-g'l...iMlnjiaa- ('.MM Ira. J Alexander I'lumturr, uf UioiuiSelJ, lud , say Ili4. ? To life! aWH. '?' laM p RU4.aU rf Itia lIUi. ... altotvl u. rfan U.im ( U l'ai.U 7 TV3JET. be lefirda lirueu'e bxprtluraut tbe beat roujh tu. (.all,, atari remedy be bai errr umhI. For sale by 1'cuuv A M4.u a II "" aM a. I.Mi.1 ..lil. ia.UMw. aaJn mi Iwnlli lis u.1 .... T;.,i?L trf r.11 .k.iN UU.H WILBUR R. MITH, PrMt. McAllittr.mtoford, aud W M WeUr. Ml. Yimou l.w,.,a, BZ4XDCr. 3.yar. Bummer Xrassrinaar.TV rtcrivlnjt uuton now open fur r,rl, J Iwn ,,,, Uluik ., ..."" .a I.ITJ .ZJhti,&JitEJl? ilJX "a ?' '. i; ulfit 3 - - l lTi i h minutes' drlvs through the pretty Some blessed old Norman, pethsp. Tiny Anderson had a fair show. Things went hiilltofatoh?,Va every thin In seem to have known ntMt at castle archi- along aatll a whit floater, who was Scotland seems to lie, Including her theolo- tecture, At present Lerd Weary' forest-- claimed by both parties, attempted to vote; finds Ming quarters (hers and the good some trouble arose and the man was struck gy, and we ascended the slops of "Hi, Mary's Mount," dashed into the front gate, woman, his "wife, showed us In one fine over the bead by one of the Jrnnlngses and along the smoothly-rollegravel, bordered old drawing-room- , where she keeps her was taken away from the m1ls without by perfrclly-kep- t grass, shaven and emer- family stores; another that serves admira- voting. About 10:30 o'clock news tame to ald green, until John put his horse almost bly for a with tnbs and furnace Lancaster that the republican leaders at on their haunches by a sudden pull up mocking nntlqulty with a cruel leer; while Bryantavllle would not allow some of the abreast of the sleeping stone lions that ar- in yet another, looking out over the valley democratic votes to ha cast. Thereupon tistically grace the broad front steps. That of the Tweed from n narrow window cut eight or ten men from this place left for seems tho way of doing the thing aright In through that thick wall, they had contrivBryantavllle arriving there about I'i o'clock sil- just as the polls weie cloed for dinner. this land of llrllaln. Not a gradual less ed n most comfortable, ening of speed, which would gently but ling room. In the servant's hsll below he As the wagon, which carried the men from tamely land you where you want to stop, had his carpenter's Sic Imntilt this place, drove down the street In llryant but a dash up to the very point, a check The winding stone stairway, from the one villr, a crowd of iifgrnes and one or two thai makes the gravel fly in a shower former cntranca to tho castle to the top, Is whllu men weie behind a stable taking a ahead of the horses and a joltless, though still a model of symmetry and elegince,tho' drink ; they raw the wignn drive In town sudden halt, with carriage door quickly worn In hollows hy ten thousand times ten and some one of them exclaimed, "there opened and vehicle emptied of its occu thousand sscending and descending feet. comes a mob from Lancaster lets go down pants in a sort of delightful haste, us if If the dumb stones could only speakl But and clean them out." They acted upon anxious not to get ont of it, but in the hos- they can't. the suggestion and began nn assault on the Dinner, perfectly served, at 1:30; followed whiles. A negro named 1'hil Fry pounding pitable houso. In our case the smiling housekeeper, good Mrs. Auld, with spotless by n little rest; then a si roll through the Win. Arnold uver the head with his (1st, admiring the luscious bunch- Arnold struck htm with his pistol, brisk-in- g cap and words of welcome, assured us of our expectation and welcome. Wraps es, not yet ripe, and the artistic conservathe weapon; with that firing liegsn on In id off, wo were ushered into the hand tory filled with rare flowers and plants and both sides. The Jennlnges left for dinner breakfast-room- , a great ornament ust aa the wsgon stopped and the men preceded unlike most by "Colin," the favorite "Scotch colly," to the beautiful grounds, being built on a were getting out. They weie not present with a tail like a great plume, wagging an handsome knoll, with lofty, dome shaped at the fight. One negro was killed dead; other greeting, as If he bad said, "My mas- - central roof, nnd lines of beauty in the three other perhaps mortally wounded and ter is not at home, but you are more than lower structure around it, making it alto- two negroes and ono while man rllghtly welcome to everything we have." No sus- gether an exceedingly attractive addition to wounded, Of iIiohc who went from Lancaspicions smelling around our ancles and the prendre. I have often wondered, In ter Wm. Arnold and Jas, Hamilton recalves, as if in doubt whether we were other places where money teemed to be no ceived flesh wound'. We are nut among tramps to be bitten or guests to be honor object, that thn conservatory should bo re- those who advocate wrong doing in any ed, Colin Is a gentleman and knows his garded as a necessary eye sore, tolerated form, and offer mi excuse far whatever master's friends instinctively nnd Instant- for iU beautiful or luscious treasure with- of wrong was done hy the boys from Lan ly. A cheerful coal fire is in the grate, in, but without a possibility of being made, caster, though tiie most ot tliem are our and very comfortable, if it is the middle of itself, an exquisite ornament to any place. personal friends, but we say boldly and That the possibilities of adornment, without fear of contradiction, that if justico July. A smoking breakfast ofdainty chops, to exist in glass, should have been were done, the men who gave the negroes fish and "scones," or Scotish wlicaten-cakes- , butter of gold and fragrant thus ignored hy the wealthy, Is quite a the whisky that crazed their brain and tea, service of silver, and all in keeping mystery to me. But it ia a fact. Air. Tod drove them on to desjieratlon would be the with the elegance of the surroundings. has not followed the fashion, but "struck ones to snlTVr fur this crime, fur if there be a crime It reslaon Iheirshoulders. Out of the window a glorious view of moun out'' fur himself witli eminent success. John on time again with the Irish bays, tains across the Tweed, with a palatial Hy Paint tick. dropathic establishment, looking like a Colin saw us out the gate and half way Mr. It, M. Arto'it new rrsidencr Is Duke's mansion in the centre of the hill down the bill, then returned after many neiriug completion. side; beneath are meadows with noble trees parting wags of his plumy tail, and then Quite a number of our young fulks are and white Mocks resting or grazing, pirt ol the train soon bore us swiftly away from talking of going to tho Deering Camp the noble estate of Sir Kobert Hay, lying Peebles, with the remembrance still pleas- Meeting next Suuday. along the valley of the Tweed; inside, stat- antly lingering of one of the most enjoyaMr Gideon Itithwell had a fine calf uary and paintings, rare and beautiful up- ble days spent in Scotland. The spirit of killed by the 9.30 train Tuesday iitghL on tho walls; on the Paul and the absent mister of St. Mary's Mount fill- This seems to be in unlucky place for Virginia and Hums and his Highland Ma- ed the household and he was there, though stock. Latumerruoor Hills. ry in exquisite terra-cottabove the man- also in the far-eThere isa general cry among the farm-er- a tel portraits of the host's father and moth- Howtiue it is ofallof usthat mere physical on account of the dry weather They er, occupying the place of honor, while his absence only leaves a physical vacuum. say that the corn crop has been cut down own likeness looks down on his guests from The spirit of our presence, good or bad, lingers where we havo been. I do not another sfdi of the room, a pleasant Mr. K II. Oalther, of Harrodsburg, as if glad to see them know when this (act came to me more viv- reporter for the Cincinnati Kmiuira was very gather around his table. Colin lies on his idly than last Tuesday. And then, coming here Tuesday, interviewing the Messrs. rug, nose on paws, blinkingly awaiting the into an elegant establishment to be treated Jennings in regard to the Bryanlsville riot. time when he may come In for a part of the aa proprietor of the whole, though you Mrs. O. W. Kinnaird was taken suddenly breakfast. Thia he soon claims, for the have nsver even seen 'the place before, is a ill Tuesday and was thought to V in a musical rattle of knives and forks proves new and fresh sensation, akin to the sur- dangerous condition. too much for his dog nature and he walka prises of the atory books of our youth, We are sorry to see the proud old restlessly from one to another, receiving a where the hero comes upon a palace ready county ofGanard go back Into the repub pleasant contribution from each, to stay his to his hand and takea with no lican hands again, beveral men ere torments ot appetite. Colin has a soft,gen-ti- e better right than we had, only good ge- shot In the neck with Berkele'sdoubla back eye, but the coachman tells me he has nii had fitted it up for him. action bug juice Several dtmocratx in An unexpected invitatioii took us into this precinct did not vole at all and some "Tho action of some men claiming the Democratic party is to be harmonized. been a great fighter in his day and an invaChina must bo preparing for war, riable companion of the Irish bays, until Edinboro for a Bible reading Wednesday claim to be democrat voted for Berkele. to be Democrats, who voted aud judging by the amount of arms and ammu they ran over him one day and the car afternoon at 4 o'clock, which waa succeed- Deliver us from all such democrats. worked against tho Democratic can nition that are being shipped from Ibis riage wheel followed before ho could recor ed by another the next afternoon in a large didate for tho Legislature, should not country. From San Francisco, recently, er; since whicli he is shy of it and general. room to a larger audience. I think the HSCASTEK bo permitted to go unrebuked. A there has been forwarded thither, 23,000 ly stays at home, reposing like an old war- dear LORD will bring something out of it 11. P. WAXiTElt. man who can go for or against a party Springfield rifles, 250,000 cartridges and rior on his Youthful laurels. A sheep dog, at no distant day. 800 bales of cotton duck, suitable for tents, thoroughly trained and of rare intelligence, The dripping skies are pouring down nominee with the facility of changing LANCASTER, KY. of $500,000. he has also been. But he is verging on their rather unwelcome treasures as I write Offlr otrr CIIImih National lUnk. OISr hours a his coat should not bo permitted to at cost from S to 12 a. m. and fruin I la S p. u. Ojcar Miller aged the "sere and yeSlow leaf," and dozes away this. The are in despair At Hamburg, Pa , havo a voice in Democratic councils, eighteen, proposed marriage to a young what is left of life in dignified retirement, with the continuous rain. If it be a sub BAM M. BUIIDETT. but bo classed with the enemy and girl aged sixteen, with whom he was walk- leaving the active duties to younger curs. ject for gratitude (which perhaps some will ATTOIINBY At LANCASTER, KY. treated accordingly." The above from ing. She refused him, and he immediately Breakfast over, tho open doors all over doubt) you may thank these lowering Witt ptatllcoln llarrarJ anj JjolnlntrouollM (Ut-Irj Yeoman expresses the drew a revolver and shot himself three the house inviting inspection, we spent an Scotish clouds for the frequent letters from and Court of Appeals. the Frankfort l and we commend times. The shota entered his head, mouth hour looking at the statuary, pictures nnd Eskbank. But the longest lane has a turn matter iu a O. KAUPl'MAN, II. yet strange to aar are not con furniture, all costly and in exquisite taste ing and our visit to Dalkeith winds up to A.TTOUTVJBV A.t it to the faithful democrats of Lincoln. and chest, LANCASTER. KY. of selection and arrangement. One statue morrow. We are invited to run over to sidered fatal. What a pity I An alleged democrat who bolts Court. Kill alone was worth the journey that of a Glasgow (but an hour and a half by rail) Muter CoumlMlODcr Otiranl Circuitsod adjoining practice la all tho Courts or (larranl whenever he does not liko the nominee BR0. BARNES 1H SCOTLAND. blind (fill reading the raised letters of the Monday and make arrangements for a counties and la lbs Court or Appeals. is oven worse than a republican. You bsok lying on her lap. The artist has meeting in the suburbs in August. I think "IIIA.ISI3 caught the expression of face exactly and the LOUD will have us g; then return to cnu always tell whero to count tho latEskbank House, conveys it in a way one would have Edinboro Tuesday and back to London ter, the former can never be relied on, Dalkeith, Scotland, July 11th, 1883 thought impossible in marble, however at- Wednesday, where ourdear ones patiently ought not to bo allowed tho namo Dtar Interior : and tainable In painting. The turret view is await our return from thia Scotish "border of democrat. If you can bear a little more of the charming, to a degree. Peebles has a com raid." Everin Jesus, Qco.O. Bakmu. I The present cotton crop will be the descriptive, according to my style, wowould plete amphitheatre of hills around it, alspent like, to tell you of ft pleasant da most rising to the dignity of mountains, largest ever produced in the South. It at Peebles last Tuesday. That waa once a is estimated to be 7,100,000 bales, or very quiet hamlet, embowered among beau- yet with enough of intervening low land and my foot is reached, to give 1,600,000 bales larger than that of tiful Scotch hill and so quiet that there medows, befoie the DEPARTMENT. perfect variety. The crystal river,abound. last year, and 500,000 bales larger waa a comparison in vogue to this effect, ing in trout and unpoisonedby paper mills, TCdltor. UO in?. than tho largest crop on record. Yet "Asnulet as the crave, or even Peebles." ta the Eskis, flows in pretty curves thro' manufacturing LANCASTER. in 18GG we used to bo told that ono But it is now rather a brisk village and out through the clean, stone town, where woolen goods, The ladles of the Christian Church will thing in agriculture was certain, "and among us in America as "Scotch Tweeds," one of the glens, us It entered the amphithe North could never get around it," are made, though Galashiels, 18 miles low theatre by another, giving that water life give a supper Tor the benefit of their church which the loveliest at Franklin Institute, the 17lb inst. which was that cotton could never be er down the river, is the headquarters of to the picture without The ofllcial count of the vote of this landscape ia incomplete. The hills are, raised by free labor. The crop of 18C0, that particular industry. The hills aud some of them, covered with dark green firs county shows the following: Knott, for sheep, the largest up to that time, was 4, glens all around aro white with Governor, 1,010, Morrow, 1,201, Morrow's to the summit, while others are whoso "clip" furnishes, a part at least, of majority . Tha vote for Governor in CC9.770 bales. We livo and learn. to the very crown. material. The beautiful river that the raw Financial Chronicle. John had the bays at the door at the ex 1879 was aa follows: Blackburn, 031, Evans, flows by both towns gives the name to tho half past ten and we 1,142, Evans' majority 203, which gives a We are indood pleased to anuounco product of the busy looms; the clear, swift act time intimated time; the noble animals democratic gain thia year of 4t votes. drove till dinner Tweed. risen, with several It Bro. B. J. Newlon's return to journal- picturesque uever flagging, as if they too had the honor Berkele's majority 182, Boone's 145. ism. Ho is a ready, bright and con- other streams, in a mountain only 3G milea of the master to sustain in entertaining his Misses Sallle Cook and Beasle Drye, of Peebles. guests. We first drovo by a perfect road of lluitonvlllo, and Miss Itosa Drye, of Lou scientious writer and wo are confident from Tweed, the Annia and the Clyde, "Tbe macadamized structure through a fine glen iaville, havebsen visiting MIji Sara Hull. he will add much to tho popularity of All flowing from oue inounlaln-etde,- " In I.aiKBMlerat tho is the old rhyme that tells It out. Mr. Al- 4 miles out by the "Black Dwarfs" house man of this place. Mis Nora Carter, of tho already popular Richmond Herald, Church-yard- . Lexington, is visiting her cousin Miss LeMiss Nottio A. exander Tod, tho oldest of the seven Tod and on to his grave in Manor Tho valedictory of brothers a bachelor has his resideuce In Headers of Sir Walter Scott's tale by that ila Price or this place. Mrs. Tom Wlier-rlBronston and Joe S. Bronston apand her little daughter, Miss Bessie, "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," Peebles; a gentleman of abundant fortune, title will take an interest in tho mention of pears in the lost issue of .that paper. retired some time from business, and the this that others do not. Tite door, three left ou a visit to relativea at WilLANCASTER, KY. They havo dono some excellent work soul of hospitality, as we discovered to our feet high and small window beside it, in liamsburg. t TnouDLic We Tim on it and given tho paper a fine start great pleasure. Our hoit at Eskbank had the stone cottage where he lived, still are on a fiuueessful career. Wo bid them written that we were coming to Peebles there, though another door to suit ordina- have noticed in various newspapers numer GEO. D. BUIIDETT & CO., some suitable day, but there waa a myste- ry human beings, has been cut through the ous and contradicting accounts of Hie ungood-by- o regretfully. rious silence for several days, though the wall beside it. A bust or Sir Walter ia fortunate affair that occurred at Bryants i'roprlstoia-- 1 Ciiet. Annum seems to thiuk that nost Is daily and regular. At last came a over the outer door. A bust of tho dwarf vllle, in this county, on last Monday, and himself is on the lawn of a farm house a desiring to gire toour readers an impartial nook in the Lam the public property was obtained for response from a church-yarWil account of the trouble, we have taken palna of his use and pleasure, for whilo ho is uenuoor Hills (every name, you see, ting little way oil. Iu the still) where he had gone liam Chambers, the great publisher, has to investigate the matter aa fir as possible Yellowstouo at. a cost ed with romance slashing arouud bearing this for us to do so. From statements made to fishing: saying that he had written to his erected a modest to tho government of $1,000 per day, housekeeper to put the whole establish inscription: "David Kltchle. The orlgl us by both white and colored persons, we McKINNEY CKMKTEUY CO. he has ordered U. 8. Steamer Dispatch ment at our disposal any day we saw fit to nal of 'The Black Dwarf.' Died 1811. have gathered the following facta t I. V. B. Jones. U. H. UcKlnn.r and K. L. For several years past there has been an to take his daughter and two other come; regretting exceedingly that he could Erected by William Chambers in 1819, Iuur hata auoclated IheiuasliH loKclb.ru anTd.In .if trip from not be at home to do the honors in person Mr. Chambers came from results, a poor ill feeling existing between individuals of hi.luiHlul and coutrollng it... ......u.ba to tsl.ii.ln. little misses on a pleasure s c.iusttry inauaglug lotalM ulles from McKluu.y vo New York along the England coast to and entreating us warmly Iu do him the great boy, to Edinburgh, where he made a for- the political parties. This ill feeling has about ouo aud turnpike. pleasure of visiting "St. Mary's Mount." tune by Industry and ability. He built a come near culminating In serious trouble lb. MlJdluburf natursoftbs Incorporation aball 2. Tbs general Mt. Desert. As the New York Sim This is the name of his beautiful villa. So church in the little town where he started, on one or two previous occasions. When t. tb. purchiM and IniproT.ment or grouuds fur Clustery purpoM sod lbs sals ot burlallota thereremarks dally : "Tho republican party Hro, Tod telegraphed the housekeeper ou besides restoring another and I know not Mr. Berkele became a candidate for in. to I. must go.", n a man named Wm. Jennings Ibsa Tbs amount of capital stock Is to be not low Monday morning that we would be there what other gifts he lestowed with his Ibrtw bundred dollara (I3U0), U pld la and two of his brothers and hit father, wbeneterrtqutated by lbs directors. open hand. Philip Comfokt, a North Caro- Tuesday, We made au early start, taking 4. Tbe Incorporation aball commence ou lbs 2d Crossing the Manor Water by fording espoused the cause of Mr. Berkele and day of Jul? lina lover, loved not wisely but too only a cup of coffee, and meditating breaki. Tbe sffilra of the locorKrattoa are to be con8:15, after a charming and the Tweed by a bridge, we came to begun working for hlni, ampog the Uoaters not respond- fast at Peeblos. At ducted br well and his inamorata tbe flrit election or "Xeidpath Castle," half battered down by of the Bryantavllle precinct. The Jen whom aballthree directors, day at July ISS3 and ride over quite a different stretch of counbe held tbe 71b ing with earnest affection for which try from any yet seen; at one place cross- Cromwell's cannon; the rest saved by a uiugaes have the reputation of being profes- thereafter tbe director, are to tie elected on I be first Moodsr Iu July Iu srery flflb year, lb to be wade by Ike his soul longed, he sought comfort and ing a peat-boand the workers In the of Ibo stock the first we had ever beheld, timely surrender; with walls 11 feet In sional romantically located, aa these democratic party In that precinct have a couijiany.Incorporation U not lo Incur any In. a. Tbe Mirceoso by swallowing a paper of plus which looks like soil of the richest charac- thickness; beyond three hundred dolbelosgiug to her. It look him several ter, black as Illinois prairie mud, but old castles generally are; its walls almost peculiar aversion to them. This waa Ihe debUdaeeaorllsbllilr lar.. 7. The csultal stock shall te dliMed Into akan-for fuel; we reached washed by the Tweed, now owned by Lord condition of affairs on the morning of the days to die but he died all tho same quite worthless, except aud in death his body bad the appear-suic- o our destination, to find Mr. Tod's carriage Wenryss, descended from the Fessers, I no- election, the Jennlngses appearing at the bristle brush. The pins and spanking Irish bays, with coachman In ble old family who restored it 200 years lolh) to attend to the Berkele vote and local of mulberry and silver, awaiting our arrival, sgo. Who built it first, nobody knows. democrutlc leaders appearing to see lhat were sticking out at every soft "pot. (fork Mneelf AaSUdaWlbr RwalTliincoU is for him. Ho Mtd m sa?yL3srB,oiaiD, fsttioroiighty' famrfiar with the duties oftlioofllco, having held it for two August 10, 1883 Friday MenlRg, terms and been a member of tho -- i EBITSR IlloHMono term, and Is a wholo-sou- l W. P. WALTOH. jx od, clover genllomin, whom wo would TiiTf election rclurns como In delight in scoing honored, with that slow lint a mflkkot number and any other ofllco lie wants. nrofnTto iruliciife thftt the 'usual A nKrtmt.iCAN paper remarks that heeninninlnino.i. At anVftto if tlicro is unjr falling off it if if tho democrats of Kentucky wore to placo a yellow dog on their ticket does not nriso from anything Hint Col. i r ...11 ! .i no wnuiu lie oircicu, i ra, mm 111 uiiiu Morrow or Mr. O'Bmtilojr lias said or cases out of ten ho would lie just as done, hut simply from tho fact that good material to fill an office as tho a great many iloraocrata knowing full averaco republican nut forth to bo well that our nominees aro always voted for. elected any way, fail to put themselves MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. to tho least troublo to go to tho polls. The Georgia LeglnWture has passed Tho republicans havo raado no gains (cnctal local option law. Juno Smith, a Georgetown negro, in members of tho Legislature if indeed thoy havo hold their own. Gar look sulphate of copperas, to produce an died of gangrene. rani sends a republican representative abortion, amiGscal year ended June 30 the For the and so docs Kockcastlo and Laurel but amount of lohacco tax paid Into the Unithoy did so in 1881, In Louisvillo. tho ted State- - Treasury was $12,101,219. great contest was in tho Caldwell A corner In New York has caused an Clay race for tho Legislature, and a adrance of six cents in August corn. vast amount of money was used on Wheat and provisions aro also higher. LotcH's brick Witty stable burned at Caldwell was bolter both sides. Franklin, Kj Tuesday night. One man was hoeled in that respect than bis op burned to death and 21 horses roasted. ponent and was consequently elected Loan $10,000. by 85 majority. Tho other Sullivan knocked Slade speechless In in Louisvillo nro Al- two rounds In New York city, Monday bert atoll, Phil Gernert, E. P. Mad-de- night in the pretence of 10,000 people and for iU J. B. Read, Miko Scott aud W. got $7,000 Stout was hanged Wednesday at Duck L. Jackson. Tho Senators-ele- ct nro IlrookTille, Ind., for the murder of Taylor Frederick, Hays nnd Smith. David A. Dunbar In November last. Tho wile of to tho the murdered man witnessed the execution. Mcrriwcther was The National llanka of the United Legislature in tho county. In Lexington tlicro is a net democratic gain States hold Individual deposits to the their loara over tho McCreary Harlan race of ataount of $1,0 12,037,763.11 and and discounts amount to $1,280,150,203.33 9C5 and in Mr. Knott's own county The Ural bale of new cotton was tttho majority is greatly increased. celved Tuesdav at Shrcveport, La. It was Madison elects a democrat, Mr. J. It. raNed in IJossier parisb,clajiaedstrictlv mid- Burnatn, to tho Legislature by 393. illim.. ami sold for fourteen cents a pound Ohio wool growers are selling this Two years ago a republican carried it. year's clip at satisfactory prices. Some are In Pulaski Col. Morrow, on account holding for higher rates, and are confident of his personal popularity, has about of getting them. Prices have ranged 700 majority, a republican gain of from 33 to 30 cents. Last Tear the were 200. Wayne county elects Bell, dem- from 35 to 10. The Harper Iiros., through their ocrat, to tho Legislature by 65 and pent. II. W. Derbr. have purchaced the Brcashcar, democrat, is elected in southeast corner' of .Elm and Fourth and Russell. On tho wholo tho streets. The price paid was $100,000, oi democrats havo great cause for rejoic- two thousand dollara per front loot on ing. The pcoplo havo shown that Fourth street. The building is for the thoy do not believe Bradley's cam- Cincinnati branch office. For many yeara the Governor of New paign documents aro founded on fact; at the and'he can quietly retiro to tho rear York when at Saratoga have put up United States Hotel. Governor Cleveland and csgitato on thefactthat Kentucky has broken this rule by going to the Grand democrats are neither gullible nor Union, where John Kelly U. The politi credulous. cal gossips say it is another indication that Cql, li Polk Johnson announces Five AUnt H.t". HHII1IIT. t'.J.CIIHHAN. icy. - BRIGHT GROCERIES wash-roo- k AND CURRAN, - U'liIcmlu anil ICcIhII llPHlrm In- d HARDWARE, work-benc- in' i.-i- (lUKKNNWAltJG, AV. Wo run two housos, cirry tho Largost Stook in town; pny cash for our goods, whioh onablon us to soil you nlosor than nny ono. All we ask ia a trial. BIUOHT & CURRAN. grape-hous- somely-furnishe- d glass-house- AT AND BELOW We will sell you anything- in Sum mer Clothing', Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. - mutton-- n Borf't Fox-ge-t Shoes,now 75c, 1, 1.50, 2, was $1, 1.50 2, 2.75 Slippers, 50c, 75, 1, 1.25 Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 was 7, 10, 12, 14. 17.50 kites' Pxicosj ride-boar- fl BRUCE, WARREN was l.OO, 1.25, 1.50, 2 Children's Shoes and Slippers cordingly. ac- CO. one-hal- half-smil- e, Ca-so- y life-lit- PREPARE I BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR n FALL SEEDING! HOIIOIION DENTIHT, And he sure you examine, before purchasing', our line of Seeding Im- plements, as follows: nut-shel- THE .COim" Garrard It. n 10-1- to-d- BiiYAN-revtM.i- y d tomb-ston- e The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, The Trump Grain Drill with Spring Seat, jiand?eth's The Buckeye Spring Shoe County m 1TOH u Grain Drill, e Grain Sheens The Star Drill, In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of The Albion Spring Sulky Harrow and BroadFURNITURE cast Seeder, The Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Sulky Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, The Moline Sulkey Plow, Articles Incorporation The Cassedy Sulky Plow. -y IW, One-hors- tt u.al. ous-ba- This line of Implements cannot be celled. ex- Ii, eltc-llo- ns abare-bulde- Wagons and Columbus Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. bster Also remember we make a Specialty of Fish Brothers "Wagons, "We- !!r imhgeo. d. weaken. sV Smi-ffilttthl- B 3n.eriir3iur.uri . August ST,.lTB1OJZX. 3CV. Friday Morning, 10, 1883 NOTICE, Tho dato printed on the label ihowi yonr subscription has been paid. If it doei not read Aug. 7, '83, or tomo future date, yon are in arreari and wonld confer a favor by forwarding ItrlghtACurran. the money for another year'i Tiik Dinville iMiy Adccale Wo mmt citabliih tho a are all of llro. Marrs' system. with your name the time to which Fipty-srvemen who voted for lb democratic Stale ticket, In Ibis precinct, IIoiin lo the wife of C. V. Gentry, on scratched Hill and voted for Ilobbill. The poll books are kept and the evidence will Tiiraday, a girl. always be accessible against them, Fob Halr. A handaome realdrnce Lincoln alone saved Ms), iUgney and Will sell very cheap. W, Craig, Hlanford. Casey will please make a note of the fact. four, wretch el fire lo and burned two Hi own county only gave him 01 majority large stack of bay belonging to Mr. J, K. although he expectel 100. Lincoln gave Lynn, a few night ago. him 107, which mikes hi majorities 471. Itoone carried Gnrard by n and Hjyle Comk and nee our handsome display of by 102, making Maj. Itlgney's majority in (Jueenaware and fllaaiware. Home very the district 221 If Casey want snylhing bandaoino dinner, lea and chamber eel. else she will please ask for it nine-poun1 FftRMi car salt, lime and cement Ilrlghl A Curran's. at a typographic I daly pro- Iloit.r-- Kxri.mioNrJVo Mfn Ku.i.r.n I. AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. I 1 1 Mall train going Norlh rii&iDKNt MAnic Jahman, the prince 01 A M Ki press Irs In". Houth ' Norh .. 1 II A. H. of Fair manager, advertise that hi fair will be held this year in John Lamb's LOCAL NOTICES. Walnut Grove, mile from Huslonvllle on the Danville plkr, beginning rJept.O and Iluv Paint of Vtnnj A McAlister. A man named Haundera was knocked A continuing three dsy. Tho President al- In the head and seriously Injured at Crab Nick rtojk of lilrlliils ctnl t McAllaterV ways make n success of whatever he un- Orchard Monday, and the strangest part of HrANiiAiut ttAy iiilxnl paint at Mo dertake. the business is no one knows who did it, JMrt A Burr's. Ai.kx ItAsriN, emtwhilo the blackest of and conMiicntty nolsody has been arrested. Jih. Haas Ilos Cliolrra Cure I'eniiy A McAlister sola agcnta. republican,!! renounced bis allegiance to Saunders is said lo lie in a very critical con Watch iw, Clocks ml Jewelry repaired that party and announced hi intention of dition. He was formerly from Tenncvce nil warranted J i'cmij A McAlister. hereafter not only voting but working for and live on the old Hiram Koberls place. (ItVKN iii that Mcltolwrts A HlKK make Al the lime of tho awault he ws as usual I tiuda Water in Ilia world. Try it. he regular democratic ticket. He gives a the while In Crab Orchard, drunk. which will neither heat a reason that lie la tlreTl of hi parly taking MACIIINK Oil., CO cent per (tsllsn, AlsoexlM up such blthekile as Ilobbill, when it Mr. Geo. H. Ilruce receivnor giiin, strained Unl oil at Mcltoberts A HUgg't. should nominate a respectable man whether ed a telegram last night fiom Harrodshurg Koit lAt.r, two lumuier, two picks, two or not there is any chance for hi election. announcing that hi brother, Snml. II. drills, four shorcls ami three small haul- - We feel like we have made n good swn Iiriifcwaa married there during the aftermers; will Mil cheap lor casn. n. r . iwjiii, when we got rid of Hun Ittone and re- noon lo Mir I'.lla Gaines, daughter of K. at II. K. Wesrerrs store. ceived Alex ilaslln in hi stead. F. Gaines, of Ibis county. They have been PERSONAL. lover fur some lime, but cruel parents opTub Youno Hork Tiiikp. The Iwo posed the match and not lo be outdone, Mr, Mini Annir Dunn, ol IxiIitIIIp, hoys, Wm. Mirahbank and Wm. Dyehouse, tliilInK M!m Mattie 1'aitun. arrested Monday on suspicion of being Ilruce stole her from the Danville Fair Ground yesterday and made her hi wife. Miut. Juikik Kr.NimicK, of Somerset, burn Ihlevrs, hail their examining trials Miss Gaines is a very attractive young lady Ii slatting Mm. J. W. Alcorn. Tuesday, when It was shown that and Mr. Ilruce i a capable young business Mis Julia Cx)i'rn has gone lo Camp came along as a matter of accomodaman and we have no doubt that liny will hellavllle to ylslt MIm Kannie llusklns. tion to ride one of the horses, which proved be very happy. We hope so at any rate Mim.Hai.i.IK I'idii, of Crab Orchard, to lie the property of W. A. Price and J. ia visiting; her sister Mr. Dr. F. Miller. The Marahbank boy claimed RELIGIOUS. Mm J. M. McKonr.ins ia visiting, her that one Moses lUy had given him the Kev. J. M. Ilruce will pieach at While It. Mount at I (Irance daughter Mri. J. horse with Instruction lo sell them but e Oak Sunday afternoon next Got. J. H. McChkaiiv visa on the there was no proof lo that e fleet and at 3 o'clock. train vesterday en routs lo the Danville held for further examinalian toKev. O. W. Ferryman is conducting a Kalr. morrow and a warrant was issued for the meeting at Kirkavilie, Missis Kannik Scott and IJelle which had resulted of Jessamine, are the Btiest of Mlsa arrest of Moacs Kiy, who lives In Garrard in 10 confessions at last accounts. Marahbank is not over 18 years of age but . Millie l'axlon. The Stale Convention of tho Woman's Mil and Mm. ltourirr S. Lytic seems not the least disconcerted by the turn Christian Temperance Union will be held to visit lit titter, Mr a. V. affairs have taken. leave at Lebanon on the I3th and 14th of SepTltKOmciA!. ItETUIllt!) of tho election tember. II. Anderson, at Harper, Kansas. Kev. Dr. J. W. Pratt, of Second PresMany people in Lincoln will lie glad Monday are given below : byterian church, Louisville, left New York 1 leirn that Mr. S. F. II. Tarrant ha gotFridsy for Kngland, and will return the 1st ten a ponlllou in a Itoyd Conntjr Normal of October. He is in bad health. SOU year. College, t$ I. ' I r -- Christ Church, Philadelphia, in which i i Ssbra Mimi FiAiiirNiRTiiUKiiKAKr, the Centennial Convention of Protestant Pennington, little and fiiuie Ileloi anJ PttnKml, No. I 241 201 Ml 199 211 III 2M 117 2M lis 71 IHI Kpiscopaliana is to be held, was the place hlinfonl, No. 7 Daisy ituruiide bare jolnnl the other titan y; M M so 74 of the first convention of that denominaWaluul Hil 211 201 20G 210 l ford girls at Ilile'a Kpring. 2trl Cr.bdrrhinl... IIC 49 IS2 SI 111 IIpO tion in America. Vsyntlui( It was built with brick KicilAlinComiandMiseiUeorgla Mai. llu.tonjlllc 212 ISI 21V 117 WI .... M IIC m Hli 123 129 129 from Kngland and money raised in a lotof Lincoln county are visiting the Turnrntllls ..-- .. Si US Wj US SI ISI tery under the management of Benjamin 1IIMdJ.. . family of Mr. Peter Phelps, near iu loioTilc 1029 nm ion Franklin. Toi.i. Klrhmnnd Herald. 407j .. fJ . Msjoclllw ... 2JI The Christian Church Is to have a We consider It uaeles lo give a tabulated new spire and a chime of bell. The spire LOCAL MATTERS. statement of the vote except in the feet Fruit Jara and Can at Ilruce, Warren nor's race, total in tho others muat Gover will he one hundred and thirty-twsuffice. high higher than any other in the city. A (Vs. Hindraan received 1,429 votes and Fry It will lie covered with slate, and symmetIt wam raining tail night when we went 1,011; Hardin 1,127 and Garrigua 1,003; rically made, like that on St. Paul'sCburch topic. Hewitt 1,123 and Htwtborns 1.002; Tate in Hlchmond Va , which ia aald to be the llnAN and abort mixed, $12 CO erton 1,430 and Farley 1,002 ; Pickett 1,423 and handsomest In tbe United States. FrankPinkerton 1,001; Cecil 1,127 and Aabury fort Yeoman. at the Lincoln Mllla. !)7o. It will he seen that C5 republicans Dicp, near Hustonvllle, on the 8th, of LAND, STOCK AND CROP. could not lake "nigger in tbern" and that paralysis, Aunt Hetsjr, wife of Uncle lllllr I have 120,000 first cla-- s shingles for Is no more popular in this General Fry William, aged 70 year. county than In ISoyle. Out of a total vote of sale. II. G. Pennington, Stanford, Ky. There is but little doing in the wheat H. H. Myers ia .1111 in the field with a 2,178 but 1,669 voted for a Constitutional complete line of groceries, which be ia neli Convention. Four yeais ago the lotal vote trade here; a few sales are being made at $1. Mr. Lehman, of Baltimore, bought was 2,311 and that year 1,919 voted for the ing cheaper than ever for the cash. Convention. Hill's majority is 251, 40 500 head of cattle In Montgomery county Hain ia beginning to be fearfully need more than Itobbitt waa beat in the laat con- at 5 for Immediate and G lo 6J for Seped. A little ahowcr fell vesterday morning tested election. Knott's majority is ual 0 tember delivery. but l waa Insufficient to lay the duat. After two or Ihrce premature reports less than Illackburn's and 13 more than of the sale of Mr. Read's farm, the followbiker, and can Hancock's. I HAVE now a with the beat loaf bread atipply History. The Advocate is away oil in ing just made is correct: J. Boyle Head, of McKInney sold to B. VanArsdale, of Stanand any kind of pastry. J. T, llarri. the Grove Kennedy businesi when it says ford, bis farm of abjut 1 10 acres, Inclr Jing lie ws sent lo the penitentiary in 187C. the growing crop thereon, for $7,0Ou cash. Till: official return reduced Judge Hill'a The fact ia the crime for which he was par In Cincinnati the cattle market is majority to ii.11, but that ia 40 more than tially punished, was not committed tilt opponent waa beaten in the laat con quiet and easy at 2 to 3 for common ; fair hi Feb. 20th 1877, when he shot down hi tented race. lo medium 3 to 4 ; good to choice butcher Kb. Kennedy as he waa coming out of grades loo; common lo beat shippers Lincoln Mima are now running full the Garrard benefit For the capacity and filling some, large order. A of those who have forgotten the facts and I) to 0; slockcrs and feeders 3 to 4 cuatomer remark that be i uaing the for those who are not acquainted with them Hog are Blow ntfij to 5 for best down to l for common. Sheep are quiet at 3 to S ; beat Hour from these mllla he has had for wo give the subsequent history of this not-(stock ewes 2 to 3 ; wethers 3 to 4, fire year. caso. Immediately after the killing reLambs are easy at 4 J to 0 cents. In view of the fact that the K. G. rarely ferred to, Kennedy waa arrested and lodged Frank Htrris has bought, to fill an eTer males the connection at Stanford in jail. A short time afterwards ho ap- order, Iho following bunches of cattle to be Junction, I'. M. Alford baa made applica- plied for bail and on it being relused be weighed this month : From J. C. Caldwell, from 25 guard and for month playtion for tho apKIntment of a carrier lie this county, 90 head, 1,650 lbs., at 5Jc; ed very uccefully the role of the bold tucen hero and there. from G. W. Dougan, 60 bead, 1,000 lbs., at outlaw, enjoying himself at Crab Orchard TlIK OruiiJ f ioJge of Odd Fellows meets 6jc Both of these bunches are extra. Spring and other places of amusement From Simma A Cook, of Washington, C7 here on tbe lib Tuesday in October and and pleasure, till October 27th following head, 1,510 lbs., atCjc. Other holders are The remains in seadon three days. when Marshall Hunter and poise look him standing stifTfor Co , and expect lo get it or fraternity Is already making arrangement in as lie was coming out of his fstlierV stahold for fall market. Danville Advocate. for the entertainment of the Yialtora, which ble. He was immediately taken to the usually number from 160 to -- 00. Louisville jail, where be remained till Dec. LINCOLN COUNTT. I wish to rent the house and lot I live 18th, when Judge Offaley being diiu,uali-firHustonnle, . A cloudy atmosphere this morning by reason of bis beiuf a witnesi of the. in from tho 2M of Augmt till January lat. gives hope of rain which is so needThe bouae ia a good one, the garden is full killing, Judge Wicklille, having been special judge, called the of vegetables, there ia plenty of ice in the at ed. Tbe corn crop Is jual in its most critical stage; grsss is getting short; small Lancaster. Grove was guarded by a ai.d altogether It Is a very of the State troops ami after a grnin and meadows are generally secured Dr. I'. V. Logan, Stanford. somewhat lengthy trial the jury reported and we are ready for rain. Tiik Stanford Colored Fair, James Fiaher that it was unable to agree and was disTho Advocate as a Mii'ji is Ihe latest President, will be held on the old Fair charged. Tho prisoner wai then admitted novelty in Ihe way of literature. Should (iiounds near hero on the 2'Jtli, UOlli and lo a bill in the sum of fO.000. In June its sponsois be arraigned for its produc3lat of August. The ptemiiiius are liberal 1878, another trial waa had before Judge tion, they may make the defense offered by and the liat embraces an usual variety of WlcUIfle in Lancaster and to the surprise tbe Scotch girl, when brought before the articles. We hope the enterprise will be n on the charge of being a mothof Grove and lit friends s verdict of con- kirk liberally patronised. finement in the penitentiary for life waa er. Sheadmilted tbe charge, but plead in Fancy Hop. Clen. J. F. KoMnaou.Man-age- r brought in. The Court of Appeals reversed mitigation that Ihe baby was a itty little Crab Orchard Hprlng, extends thro' this verdict and Kennedy was again allow- one. Tbe election was warmly contested at us a cordial Invitation to the people of ed bail. In the following December, Iho Lincoln, and adjoining counties, to the third (rial of the case was called but a this point, but went off without any serious Grand Fancy Hall to be given at the change of venue was sought and obtained disturbance. We hid one or two , up of whisky, but no Springs to.ntgbt and the children's paper to Itockcaslle county aud the trial set for Tbe AVest End fought gallantly for Hill night. ball June 1879, but there was no judge to try It and would have given biui a complimenta1J0YI.E COUNTY should be uhaiusd of and it went over till the September term. ry majority bad it not been for au unreaherself; she gave Uoone 102 maority and Then Judge Itandall was sworn oil and the soning defection growing out of misrepreGovernor having appointed Judge Dellav-eMorrow 09. Fry ran considerably behind sentations aa to some of his utterances dura special Judge, the caso was finally all his ticket, but the negro, whom be exing the canvais. We are proud of our ceeded but 12 votes. Col. Talbott's major- called on the 3d Monday in January 1880 Representative, however, and expect at his and ou the Olb of February a verdict of 21 ity for the Leglalature waa 723 and the hands a vindication of our partiality. years in the State prison, was brought in. for the conatltutional conventlou Uriah Dunn A Son started this mornHis counsel again appealed aud Grove was ing for Georgia with 22 bead of borsea t to the Kichiuond Jail for safe keeping, Tub little radical bosaea, nho gave as an sent which they design driving through. Marexcuse for working agaluat Hill that they The Court of Appeals affirmed tho decls shall Powell Is preparing to reuove to KanIon of the Itockcaslle Court April Otb and had been guarded to it by the Inteiiioh sas. Mrs. Betsy Williams Is still in a critJouunal, found out that they were not of on May 28th, 1880, lie was taken to Frank ical condition; enfeebled by age, she ia not so much importance as they Imagined. fort and lodged iu the penitentiary, where at all likely to rally against ber pres J I ill's, majority was increased and the lie conducted himself in n vtty becoming ent diseaae. (SIuco dead ) liar husband. manner, for three years, two mouths, and negroes refused lo be led by the uoae by nine days, when Gov, Illackburn on the lib W. P. Williams, ia also rety Infirm, and, ucb gentry, wa learn, was injured Iu Ibe fall of tbe seats Auguat jritlli pardoned mm. 1 noulh M 00 r. r, m. m. duction. He promlaed to send u four edition but the confounded null men have only allowed one copy lo reach u yet, Ann Ornrin Wounitrii The boiler of the old Steam Flouring Mill at Liberty exploded yesterday morning at 9 A. M , killing iwo men, Frank Hoy and Young Morris and badly wounding Iwo others, Judge GIbbony snd Iho colored fireman. The boiler was a very old one ami was probibly worn out. (Ily telephone from Htistnnvllle.) althe lair. Rufus Adimi has gone to wcivinney, lexss, for a visit snd a raw ket, should one b struck. Noticed your genial P.M. hereon Sunday calling on friend. There ii a petition being signed to be presented to Gov. Blackburn praying him to pinion this county and remit the remainder of the sentence which subject it to Ihe cruel and chronic punishment of having Bobbin for a candidate. Rex Reid, Ja. Woodt.Geo. and Clay Powell, to be Join ed at Liberty bv Harv McAnlch and James Coulter left Wednesday morning for Russell Spring. Among the stores prepared for Ihe vopage wa a keg ol Clay Powell's best old whisky In the hurry of starling, having moistened their Up from a decanter, Ihev forgot the keg and left it on Ihe counter. Later. I am jntt Informed that our party wishing lo enter the county seat of Casey in one form called a hall near Liberty and to their indignant astonishment found thai Ihe keg was missing. Willi admirable promptitude they decided In fall back to their original base and re cover their lost battery or perish in the attempt. They werejuat in lime, fur the boys, under Ihe impression thai Clsy had left the vessel and contents to miligste their grief at his departure, were collecting for the puroe of paying proper respect lo his memory, when he dashed into town and dashed their expectations. BOYLE COUNTT. Mason, Johnson days. When A Canton, ocnlrsclors, ftKrTArmRTlUXKm. will move their convicts lo Tabler's work, nesr Ihe Sinks ol Roundslone in a few KENTUCKY. J. B Fish become a cindidste I A satiable for Congress, he will not ask the person leaning in in reward will or niM lor Information suae llawmtin IlMMatf ffs.il sMm detection A rnra. ren.iietn, afro UOrlilNB Vat. lUftlr fww.l.l who sign communications to Ihe Mountain Hall ! neill, Indorter) snd recovery of one Isees, wbleb b4 eMMreti (of th .itiiA. rrin. f lAVlm twit lhtwn VAo "Marion" for hi support or assist- sns inn not account lor wnen our sgem in ance In any form whatever. I consider hi Man ford threa ysaraago. At ro., J. it, IftMI-earticle in last week's Echo very uncalled Chicago, III fnr, ss I bad said nothing against him. LaleofChenaiill, Severance A Co., fltanlonl, Ky ' John Morelar.d, who wss appointed as with a democratic clerk of election In the 7th M. it. CO.. OF TIIK came lo district, like the gentleman he Importers and Jol.Un of pry floods, Motions, Ae., H7, 6.T), Sll Main Blreet, Cor. Hlilb, Ihe polls on the morning of the election slid said he wss a republican and that he t.OUIeiVXTJ.TI' 1CV. AND- -would not serve as a democrat on the board. Now what do you sty about the officer of IiiforiuHtloii Wanted. DA.VIIXr I. T. K. sSMITII, - matF lfomeeopittlilc PhyslclAn, . J.s..).! iwi.ixa JON. SEVKKAiVCE, ROBINSON SEVENTH ANNUAL PAIR i, J. Kentucky Agricultural Association ll Danrillc. The young men gave a hop to the Dye-hou- Crntrr. School-Hous- he-w- 1'ev-Io- nirif ..- lwl, Kich-tuon- o first-clas- s tin-sl- 1 Court-hous- e d d ce scs-do- bub-blin- blood-shed- n, visiting ladies at Floral Hall Tuesday night. The infant daughter of Mr. J. B. Adams died Tuesday and was hurried Wednesday evening. Several wheat stacks belonging to Madison Kemper were burned Wednesday evening. A spirk from a steam threiher caused the trouble. Los $90. The residence of Rey. L. Eddy was entered by burglars Wednesday night, A the rascals invading his sleeping-room- . and a gold silver watch, a good breast-picravat-piwere stolen. No arrests. The different hotels in Danville show 105 registered Fair visitors up to ten o'clock Thursday. This does not include by any means all tbe fair visitors who are here, the greater part of whom are quartered with friends at private bouses. Mr. Robert Hann of this place is in part responsible for twins of three different varieties. They belong, however, to the vegetable kingdom and were grown in bis highly cultivated garden within a few feet of each other and are cucumbers, quashes and watermelons. They were on Wednesday and exhiblion at his store-rooattracted considerable attention. Among the arrivals at Gilchers are Mrs. Josie Brown and Miss Lily Brown, Mr. R. H. Veech and wife and daughter and Mrs. S.J. Look, of Louisville, Mr. D. II. Brcck, Richmond, Messrs. T. E Johnson and Warren Bailey, of Georgetown, Mrs. Charles Moore, Versailles, Mr. W. J. Lancaster and Mr. J. B. Oldham, Louisville, Messrs. J. Knox: Frazier and E M. Porch, Monlicello, Mr. Thos. Morrow, Somerset, Mr. Sam Hewey, Tipton, Mo., Mr. If. D. Cony er.Va.. and Mr. Fred A. Gee, Washington, D. C. The articles of ladies handiwork ex hibited on the first day of the Fair were exceptionally fine, noticable among the ipeciinens were a Japanese Quilt shown by Mrs. J. W, Farris, of Garrard Co, embroid ered in the Kensington stitch and display ing ICO different designs and one by Mrs E. Pierce of Maysville, which was awarded the 2d premium. There were some fine specimens of sik embroidery, by Mrs. Gran ville Cecil and decorated China by Miss Mary McRoberts, Miss Mary V. Moore and Miss Emma Weisegar that deserves special mention. Tbe fifth annual exhibition of tbe Central Kentucky Fair Association began Tuesday. The crowd in attendance was estimate4 at 2,500, much larger tban ever before on the first day. The exhibitions consisted principally of needle work, flowers, paintings and special premiums, with some fine stock shown in tbe slternoon. Tbe second dsy was even more successful than the first and close observers say that the stock shown, especially the sheep, was Ibe best ever seen in Boyle county. (Our correspondent sent us the liat of premium but we did not have space for it at Ihe late hour received.) A blight mulatto named James Hughes was killed Monday evening at Perry-vill- e by a negro boy known as Jerry Williams. Hughes was a school teacher snd formerly lived in Danville. They had a friendly scuffle on Monday which ended as such scuttles frequently do, in anger. Monday evening they met near Ibe covered bridge, renewed their quarrel, and soon got into a fight. Hughes received tbiee cuts from a knife in the breast and back any one of which would have proved mortal. After they were separated Hughes walked into Ids house which was near by, when be fell and died in a few minutes. Jerry is under arrest and Is to be tried Tuesday evening. He ia said lo bo a verv bad citizen of his age and kind Mi. W. S. Osborne and family, of Toledo, O. and Mr. J. O. Debolt of the same plsce are at tbe Clemens House. These gentlemen have about decided to o;xn a Commission and Produce houae in Danville. At Ibe same hotel sre W. II Arnold snd mother, of Trenton, N. J , brother and sister of Mrs. Ake, wife of tbe proprietor; also Mrs. G. W. Downing, Indianapoli'( C.Tep-liMilwaukee, Wis., D, Nelson, Texas, II. II. Burline, Chicago, W. C. Battey, Rome, Ga., R, S. Harrison, Lexington, J. O. Stout, Concord, Del., Samuel S. Watson, Camden, N. J., W. II. Grove, W. K. Duncan, Trenton, La , Robt. Elliott, Edwards, Mis., Thomas Dsvis and II. Straw, LiuUville, O. C. Wagner, Alton, III., 8. S. Stone, St. Lou!, Walter S Lylle, Cedar Rapids, Mich., and J. C. Robinson, Nlchoiaaville. n m y Kin-nair- d, n, the election being divided equally? Mii Luella Rimsey, of Stanford, I visiting in Rockcastle. Miss Claudia Carson, of Crab Orchard, is at M.J.Cook's. Misses Alice Ward and Sallle Whitehead spent Sunday in town. Mr. Harrison, a noted lawyer of Lsbanon, I in town this week. Mr. C. Crooke, of Allamont, I al Cspt Jack Adams', Mr. Chalea Norri, of East Bernstadl, is visiting in this vicinity. J. L. Whitehead has returned to Williams- bure Champ Mullln was shot by Hiram Cox a few days since. Both parlies were drinking. They got to joking esch other about tbe election and were calling rather hard names, when Midline, in a good-hmored way, patted Cox en the cheek and said,"0 d d n you, come in and take u drink," and turned lo go in the grocery, and as he stepped in the door Cox shot him in the back with a pistol supposed to be a 33 calibre. The ball took effect in Ibe back just above the hip bone and ranged around towards Ihe groin. The wound was probed to Ihe depth of about G inches, hut the ball could not lie found. Mr. Mullins is in a critical condition, but the doctors think he will recover. Cox was arrested and he waived an examination of his case. His bail was fixed at $800, and on failing lo give it he was remanded to jail. Your correiondent had the pleasure of lieing present at the banquet given by iheE. K.C. R. R Club at Ciinp Sinus-haon last Saturday evening, Auguat 4th, 1883. I don't know that I could say anything that would do justice to this supper, only that It was a complete success, aa every thing that is superintended by the Messrs, Shanaban Bros, is bound to be. The toasts were ably and eloqently responded to by tbe gentlemen to whom they were assigned. I can not say who did the best, as all did so well that It would take a clearer head than mine was at that time to disThe absence of "Cols." W. criminate. P. Walton and Sam M. Burdett was noted and regretted by all. "Col." Walton sent a letter in Ids stead, which was read by "Col." D. A. Shanaban and was received with applause. J. B. Fiah was voted to take the place of Col. Burdett. This meeting will long be remembered by all who were present. All that I could say would not do half justice to the banquet. The election passed off very quietly in this precinct. There were a few little rows, but no fights, and waa pretty much the same all over the county. The republicans bulldozed tbe voters iu Crooked Creek precinct. They had six or eight negroes armed with shotguns and army muskets standing around the polls to intimidate other negro voters. They marched around making threats that they would kill tvery negro who voted the democratic ticket. Mr. Taylor was at that precinct and bis friends asked him which they should do run of! the negroes or give up tbe election? He told them to keep quiet and do no violence, as be would rather lose the election than to cause any one to be hurt. It is an evident fact that these negroes bad some white republicans to back them, as it was of no interest lo them one way or the other. They were railraod negroes and some of them had not been in tbe State oyer six weeks, yet they were to rote, notwithstanding the contractors offered to give the exact date of the arrival of these negroes in the State. More Illegal votes were cast this election than ever before in Ibis county. I do not deny that illegal votes were cast by both parlies. M. J. Cook, republican candidate for Representative, waa elected in Laurel and Rockcastle counties by about 400 ma jority. His majority in this county is greater than for any other candidate on the ticket. Col, Morrow's majority will probably be 75 in this county, with the other candidates for State offices close up, except the colored brother, who fell behind some 50 lo 100 votes. Thus it is seen that the white republican does not stand up to tlu colored man every time. n Mechanical TO THE PUBLIC W eontlnnlng Svedaya. Catalogues aen ton application. W. H.IIKNTRY, Prea'U II. r. KiSKiUD.Bec'y. 171.41 ThsBeventli Annual KahlMllon (new series) of Aieenanicai aiso- aoelatlon win Iw held In ths City of Islington, beglnnlngonTUKSDAY, AUUUaTIS ISM, and ineKemucar Agricultural aoi will now pay special attention to CJItlNlMNO.-w- e promise, to give satlsfsrtlon, and when deslre.1 will give Patent Flour for Wheat. Can make either tolled or unboiled meal. W -- t StrAI.ISTKK ArlAI.I.KF.. Iioiirlion Con tt(3' sax ii. nuxnKrr. i. w. naowi IIUHDETT ft IIIIOWN, Agricultural Society fiXii T. w. vasxok. "! .lf",ln, niedaf; s? 25 '"."J",1". Nwmr.'i I N.wHIal.leal nji?iA,h?,TMh"lf"?,,l".Trek ln tbe.Mlatet In irnuca a. vabnoiv. rings for T. W. & W.E. VA11NON, .hi wo ."'""SO'artlM Location slock, there n,ty. " ol grounds "'ireu-ncfcsmA'A'U'OIlNKYtt A.T XiA. W, fF!n.U47r",.F'?rJ,11"" i.le lromt.a I lihU usual atttsc STANFORD, KY. Kentucky Central Kallrnsd and branch-- e Office In Qsley A Mon'a new building up atalra. will run speclal.trslna.st.eacuralon ralci.iiLn- M. PKYTUN, r ATTOKNEYH A.T X.A.-V- . JIT. VF.RNOH, KY. r," .! HTAMHJItb, KY, Wlll.prtetic in the Ouurti of Lincoln and adjoining countlea and the rluperlor Court and Court ol Appeals. Hpeclal attention given to collections. (Jfllcu on Lancaster atr-e- t. 112 ai i,aav, W. A. PARKERc-retair- ' """.Sf1 laVsn .. lilroA usl tkf. i Hi on v aa teiis .6 water i UK DANVIIXi;, KY., piiceforlii0comIn(fMMoo. I am now Will practice In the Courts of Royl and adjoining countlea snd In Ihe Court of Appeal. IfslVlnir ArrOUNEV D. ALKX. ANDKUBON. A.T 3L.AAV, ESTILL SPRINGS ! J. A.rtoriioyFIBir. A.t And Master Commissioner Rockcastle Prepared to Receive Guests. ArcoiimiotlHtleMi, tMirsnilt .,1. ...... f h.atttt. Circuit Court MT. VfcKNON, KY. Wilt practice In tho Rockcasllo Courts. Collections a specialty Office In Court-bousIY HiiilHiuolory To All ronton. In I have s corps of trained servants snd will U able to furnish A Tbeinedlcloal quAittin of these wilera are too -- v.. .,-.. ui ui. iru.iaoi Kentucky to neod a description of their antral ng properties. KY. The rates of board will be reasonable. For further OOce South aide Main Street, two doors above Information, apply to me at Irvine. Ky. the Myers Hotel, -- rure Nitrous Oxide Ou administered when ren. JM. quired. HunoA-io- STANFORD, ijJNrriHT. LEE P. HUFFMAN, fill. W. D. PENNY, BTANFORD.'KENTUCKY. over Robt. 8. Lytle'a etoro. Office hour front StolJ a. if. and 1 toSr. u. Anesthetlca ad IM-ly-r. ministered wtsa necessary. linmLv Office Dull tint, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - ,i House Painter & Paper Hanger This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still 170-2- T. J. HO.NL.EY, KV. Propr BTANFOItD. Maintains its High Roputation, AND Knightly. I will atand thla flue young bull at uy place, near Stanford, at liL FP.rietor it Shall 93.50 lo Insure n Cain Money due Hcow li parted wilts. Knightly R. II, A E.I Woods' Chaa Knightly. 170.41 JOHX 3i. SleltOllEHTS, laby Determined that be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Oncsti. " Jr. nage-ag-e School for Girls! I will teach a day school for girls In ths Springs building in crab urcnani, n 111 be csaveyed to aad from the depot free or charge, hpeclal acremmodatloaa to to Commercial Travelers. The liar will be always supplied wltb ths choicest braadsofLlqiorsaad Cliara. BcKiiiuMg9Iniiday,Oct.l, 1883, And continuing S month. I will bo astlaled by two competert teachers, ons an Instructor In music. For further partlculara, terms, Ac, apply to JIMHX JMVIJ.VA Silver Creek, Ky. lutr.uu, FRANCIS FORMERLY ST. ASAPH, Farm For Sale ! Adjoining ths town of Dradfordsvllle, Marlon county, Ky., centalnig SIO Acre ol well Imy proved land; good dwelling and all necessary outbuildings; good well, orchard snd plen ty Ol inruuucrj; large vara arounu iue uouae. Also ! miles from Acresof Timber Land,2 p. farm, which i win aeii very cues i uiu on or ........ addresa Ml. fUOI.. !C9-- tf Dradfordsvllle, Ky, STAiWOllD, - - KY, Having had thl. Hotel Ice! Ice! Ice! 1 Refurnished and lteiltted From basement to garret,- - will deliver Ice every morning I Intcntl to Keep It In h Strictly Manner, And leave nothing undone that will add to tbs AT ONE CENT PEK rODND, Ml COMFORT OF MY offered GUESTS. As long as niy prescutstock lasts. After that, Lake Ice a low aa I can alford. Accounts due at the close or each month. . K. 11 Stanford, May 7. HOW. Commercial Travelers Are To patronise me, as I have every comcDlence.auch uNlCKSASIl'I.EKOOMS, Ac, fur their iim. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS CHEAP FOR CASH. Wishing to Closo Out My Stock, I Will Sell Baggage Transferred to and from the Depot free of charge. OlvemoacalL W.H. FKANUIN. nr at- - LfiJ. at Reduced Bates for Cash, THE MOST DESIRABLE UOUTK TO CUVCIJTNAXI! w.iuNt iu. i u)uiii .wuio, auoruiDE. Ka I. does, less changes and superior accommodations to .- -. My Stock Oousists of Groceries, Hardware, Glass and Qaoensware, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, ifKrr AUVKllTISKMKMH. SEE HERE! Tlie election la o?er snd so i tbs HuiUmtllle lair anJ now we must to to business 1 therefore call uhii I lie rich auj His wor, the high aoj tbs low to come forward ami puy tbelr taxes, I lucin A word to Hi wise I autSct sat. Luiluru nl-U The North, Northwest and West. In fact, If you cont niplats a trip ln any direction, your Interest Canned Fruits, Saddlery and Harness will be be. t served by purchasing your tickets vl K. C and Cincinnati, rullinan l'alaco Cars; Ele&a., &e. gant New Dsy Coaches, and handsomely furnished llMlinlng Chair Cars lorm the unwiualod equipments of Old Those Indebted to ue will please call and aettle a trip over thla thla one Itellable, thereby making ol luaurlous comfort and line pleasure- - Try it. I must bare tbs money. July 2, 1SSS. II". r. ailEKX. TIME TABLE. IN EFFEW JULY . 1SS3. Notice of Incorporation Crab Orchard Educational ciety. So- ! Bo ITU. 8 No. (M 'A. No. 4. I No. IS. Lve. CVivlujlon.... tlKOIlUK S. V.lltl'nXTJUt, Deputy blmrta. Arr. Lve. " - Sale of Fine Lands NKl'r. h'lttDAV, Tbe freight train killed a horse for J. T. Clark Monday nlgbt. It wss valued by Ibe section foremin st $130. Tbs personalty conslttavf S cows, I yoke oxen, 1 Lull, 1 yearling beifera, 1 buggy horse, J brood Managed by John B. fish. luarea, Jl bead ol yearling mule, 4 large work-uuleCircuit Court begins next Monday 41 bend of bogs and about 00 shoals; also I The docket is larger than for yesrs, buggy, several abarea la lbs D. it II. T. 1' -Fwsgou, 1 Meal at the "Nick'l Pla'it Hot I . firming uleuills, I wheat drill, I Osborne reaper, 1 barrows Mills." Custom grinding any day in tbe Ac. 40 acres of corn la shock. week, Jas. Marat. Terms liberal and will be made knowu ou day ot aale stT. VERNON DEPARTMENT, Aa AduiloUtratora wltb will annexed of Jaeksoa (litem, deeeuul, ws will ou US 1SH3, at his lata residence Iu Un. colu Co., Ky. sell bis sullrs ettate, real and per"Crab Orchard EJucallonsl Society." with their sonal, couslitlu-o- f Iwo tracts of land. One of principal plant ot business at Crab Orchard, Liu-co- in OU AtHtKS near (I If ens' Cburcb adjoining tbs county, Ky. land of Albert Huillb, lbs Logan brothers, Ueorge 2. Ths general nature of the business to bo trios Knileuian and Win. McAfee; said l:nd la rlcb, Ilea acted la lbs establishment and maintenance of. 1 well, well feueed, well watered aud la a bt;b school for tboeducallou of children of both sexes stats of cultivation, st Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky, nl 3. Ths of capital stock shall U 11,600, The other, the home tract, coutalnlnf UtO eldta of tbs Lincoln to be paid In upon such terms aud Iu susb InstallstCiMVNiBlluilsonbolh V Hood, ft tulle from Danville and ments aa tbs Hoard of Trustees may prescribe afand Ho ile and 1 wiles from bbelbr aud Junction Cities, baa ter SO days' oollco and after 11,500 shall have been on ltagood sabstiutlaf frame dwelling ot seven aubscrlbvd. rooms, good barn, grauarjr, carriage-nou- s 4. The corporsllon shall commence thla date, and other necessary bulldluit also a good orchard. the articles of Incorporation havlog been died In Tblatracllsall iUKptille of cultivation and Is tbeottkeof theCountr Court Clerk of Lincoln, Bnely adapted to lb reltluK of com, wheat Ac, count v snd eh all terminate IS years from date, to b S lhoaOalrsof the corporation and laaleo atrailu(larui,haaon It 4 uevsr.fall-In- g by a Hoard of nluo trustees, elected br tbs springs, la well feueed and will mite a desirable bouts for persona secslDg oue. snareboldsrs, one of said Trustee, selected by themselves to be President thereul. Tb Trustee shall ho eleel vd anuually ou the Srst Balurdar In PERSONALTY. 1. Notice la hereby given that the undersigned, " Hlllerabunc. B.A. MldJIeton, W. T. U. White. It. 11. Urouaugh, . J. D. t'ettus, Win. Stewart, W, R. DUIioo, J. W. Arr. Carllile Mayarlllo Alcorn, W. E. Anderson and Jauiea ltlco, have Lve. l'stle- - . this day, under Chapter SS of tbs Ucneral Statute ' Winchester of Kentucky, associated themselves together and ltlcbtuond become iDCurparalod under tb corporate Dame of Arr. Lve. 3 00 p in a 33 i. tn IS SS a iu rauuoutn.. S 40 p ui Cjutblaua 8 IS p ui l'arla.. ........ II IS a in l'arla. ... 11 13 a iu Lexington.. U 03 p ml 7 10 p iu S IS p u l'arla. .. am lOeiau ClSpu ..... - 13 11 15 it Lancaiter Arr. blaniord Juut a ui p ui I Up in IWpii so pro 0 is pu IS pu S S 7 ttilpn 40 Noktu. Lve. Stanford June " Lancaster .. No.1. 4 45 S 10 pin I0S3 pm No.S. 10 OS put so paa 11 IS US 60 put pui No, 15. S OS S S3 " r Arr. l'arla...... Lve. Mayavllle . Ulcbiuoud..... Winchester esSaiu lOOpin TSSaiu IXOpui g C a ui ... a ia ......... 126pm .. 30 a in S IS p in .......... ... . p iu urn , ' " Hlllenburg Air, l'arla.-- .,. Lve. Lealngton " Parle. . Arr. Covington No. 11 Lt. Lai. " rrllsl..... 7 .. S3 7M S 30 S a a in 8 13 p 7 4aa ml IS p ml Usui lIMpsi a ui SSdpu u " ryuthlana.. " aliuouth. 03 a 10 04 a 11 41a soa ui t 3 ... itipoi ..... m.. in ml ui S St 4 SS is p u p p lu 3) p .,,., ..... uL,,.. ...... uesu the mouth of Jui.e, aud the Srat (letllou shall be held ou Ihe Urst Saturday la June. Ml, until wblih time Ihe Incorporators aball shall set ass Hoard of Iruelere. with authority to sacen-l- i lbs posera couferred by theartlclee of the lucorpusa-llo- u, C The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability to which aali corporation ahall at auy time aubject lUelfeball uolexcoed 1 1, W0. 7. lbs private property of thememberaof aald corporallou shall bo eieuipt from Is corporate UVUII. Arr. Uavavllla S 00 a i No, Si) l.r. Mayavllle 010 a u, Arr No. 57 Lv Lex. SSSpui, Arr, Maysillla B SO No. U Lv Mayavllle 1 W p m, Arr. Lax. No, S l.v. Cov. INpia, An Falmouth T SO p u No. S Lv I'aluioulb 0 13 a in, Air. Cov. S 10 a Noa. Saudi dally btlwicn lUchuioud, Lexington and Covlugtouj all otbera dally except buudsy, tllliiu. Ui.l au pu IMpu u ni. trl. . Speoittl Rates to Emigrants. UliOHUK aiVKXH, Hl.td J.ti.aiVKSN, J. l R. II. IIUOtJAUUH, U. I'UTTUd. Aiulnlstratore, 8. A. stlPULL'TON, WM. NTIJAHI' lit f 1tkl W. T U. W II iff, W K, ANllt'ltaOK, JAUWlllCK. KS-- lt ALCORN JW .11117 , v Kor lUkets, rate and lutoiuisllou perlalulug to tluia, couuecltons, Ac , cell ou or addrrta W. II. McltOUEUTtf, Aohxt, HUnlurd, Ky. O U UKOVVN, U, W. UENIIL'H. fuperloleodtoU Ueo'l fata. Aft. r , Hi 9, A OHKAT Cirr PAFRtt. ciiflnittor, im iw, Mnu no; not lor them, but lor my'Tlio working foroo on n great city moon was full nnd seemed to mock nic; self, nnd yet I rejoice," I shall never forget tho expression journal liko tho New York Tribune and tho fields, green as they wfre, only modo my heart ncho, I flung myself on the that flitted across her faco as sho told IfrraUl Is systematized, graded nnd is ICTT. floor and lifted up nu exceeding bitter mo her story. Thero was a great peaoo almost nuromploT, as that of tlionmnicl-pa- l Friday Morning, government, AuRtist 10, 1883 cry. I charged tho good Lord foolishly. in her heart 1 know, for tho calm rested Thero is, first, tho I retailed at my condition. I said it is on her brow. I heard tho whistle of tho sometimes, bnt not nt nys, patl owner of tho journal; sec:y. oAitFini.n'.t F.troiiiTi! urns. cruel. IIo don't c.uo, I heard como coming train and know wo parted soon ond, tho managing editor ; then follow noiso Itelow and I thought, how forever. (The following was the farerlt litm of the late " Mister, yon socrn sort of down- tho night editor, nows editor, edilorUl sinful ; jicrhnps Josiah will dio ; hn IIo, reapers of life's timet, why ttand with rotted needs you now, and hero yon are, giving hearted, ns if you nro n littlo rebellious ; wrilcn, tho literary nnd agricultural blade way to despair. I did not see my folly, thero is something lietter than children editors, Iho drnmatie, innsicnl and art Dotll flit rdgbl rirawa rwind hc and day Irglnt le hut I pickod up a littlo courage and went nnd husband it's Him. Acquaint thy critic, Iho man whoso business it U to fadef Kdf with Dim." tnnk'o tip columns of gleanings, of Why tund ye Ml, walling for rcapere msr lerjime, down. ' Th golden morn I pawing, why nil y Idle, dombt Tlio next noisy train patted ns ; 1 lo " What n summer that was I Josiah of educational or art note ; the Ihruttlnyoiir tharpened Hrlto ami Rather In Ui kept growing worse, until ho seemed tho East and sho to tho West, but the "IxHling, charitable and fashion editors ; (train I in all lint breathing. Craasy I Oh, sermon had lieon preached and 1 tho necrologist, who keeps biographies Thentghl l fail approaching, and soon wilt (vmt dead of every living man or woman of how ho raved I Somo of tho timo ho thanked her. again noto in his pigeon-hole- s Ths Matter calls fur reaper, and aliall II rail la seemed to think I had married tho Bosready to pubTaint lish tho hour of their death; then ok.viw Axn rovTit. ton man nnd ho was living alono on his Shall sheave II Iters nngathered and weals open For lifo in general thero is but ono comes tho city editor with his hugo stall farm, nnd then ho would pray. Thono ths plain J prayers wero tho finishing stroke Josiah doerco. Youth is n blunder ; manhood of reporters busy night nnd day iu Mount np the heights of wldom, and crn.h each er. was not a professor. I had dono ray duty, a struggle ; old ago n regret. Do not searching for items of local interest. rorlow, Keep back so word ef knowledge that human liearli but all tho timo I rebelled; I almost suppose that I hold that youth is genius; Each of tho heads of tho departments, thouM know. cursed God. Again and again I Btolo up all Hint 1 Bay is, that genius, when young; indeed, has usually his assistants, their IX faithful lo thy ml'alon In acrvlro of thy Lord, to tho south chamber, when Josiah was is divino. Why, tho greatest captains lutniWund ability depending on tho And then golden duplet ahall lie Uiy rich reward. quiet, nnd thought and thought until it of ancient nnd modern times both con- means of tho journal. Youth, Outsido of. tho offlco nro tho lnriro seemed as if I should go mad. Ono quered Italy at A UST SUKIW8 JjUVK. night camo down mora desperate than oxtrcmo youth, overthrow tho I'ersiau corps of editorial writers nnd critics, "Well, now, you look sort of sickly, over. Josiah seemed to bo asleep, nnd empire, Don John of Austria won who usually aro paid by tho column, Bpintlling like; you nin't liparty, bo yc, littlo 'Siah was besido him. Tlio moonnt 2G, tho greatest battlo of mod- and lwyond theso again tho correstond-cut- s mister ?" Tlio upcnkcr wrta a tall, gaunt light fell on him liko a glory. I threw ern limes ; had it not been for tho jealnnd occasional writcw, which, in pccimon of n woman, prut mlildlo nce, myself by tho bed, nnd Josiah alt at ousy of Philip, tho next year ho would tho caso of nt least ouo Now York jouralmost masculino in phyglquo. lift onco began to pray. Ilo nover did such havo been Emperor of Mauritania. nal, aro numerous enough to people a complexion mado yon think of a nisscl a thing before. His delirium haTl not Gaston do Foix was only 22 when ho village, and aro fonndnll over tho world, npplo with the minsliino on it, so bronzed left him, but ho seemed inspired. I stixxl a victor on tho plain of ltnvcnna. from tho ixlo to tho equator. This vast was it, nnil tlio linir was too gray for so nover could tell what ho said, leastwisol Every ono remembers Condo and Itocroy forco belong solely to tho editorial deyoung n woman. At first yon thought wouldn't try. God knows, but tlio baby nt tho samo ago. Gustnveus Adolphus triment ; tho business columns of tho she vita old, but n nearer approach re- and mo ho took right up to God Aldied nt 33. Look nt his captains : that paper arc under totally separata minded you that slio could not have mighty. Tho moonbeams seemed a wonderful Duko of Weimar, only 30 passed 40. Tho calico dress was scru- shining ladder, and tho Lord himself when ho died. Banicr himself, after all A LITTLK MIM'MST. pulously clean, nnd, although not in the camo right down. IIo pointed to his his miracles, died at 45. Cortoz was Ho wnlked into tho offlco this morning mode, becamo her with striking grace. bleeding sido nnd his bruised hands, and littlo moro than 30 when ho gazed upon looking much liko n man pretty well Tho faded sliawl sccinod honored by its I thought I heard him say : 'For you. tho golden cupolas of Mexico. When satisfied with general results, and said: wearer. Slio looked nt you Bharply as died nt 32 all Europe "I don't know, mister, but you nro Maurice of Saxony "Can I seo tho editor?" bIio talked, and n shrewd smile crept to tired. Josiah went to death's door. Ho acknowledged tho loss of tho greatest Ho was shown that eminently useful her lips as if sho had somo hidden foun- seemed to cross over, and then, for lovo captain and tho profonudett statesman ndjuuet to n nowspaper nt once. tain of coutont o' me, ho camo back. It was not until of tho nge. Then thero is Nelson, dive. " Good morning, sir," ho cheerily beWhat a striking and unique character tho frost camo that ho could do any But take tho most illustrious achievegan. ono meets in of New England work. Again nnd again I rebelled, but ments of civil prudence. Innocent IIL. " Mornin'," sojd tho editor. struck out of tho native, granite. They Josiah's prayers brought mo back, for, tho greatest of tho Popes, was tlio descamo in," ho proceeded, "to tell seem rough lmcd at first, until you find strango as it may seem, when tho deliripot of Christendom nt 37. John do you of n misprint in tho paper." them suffused with an inner grace, tho um left him ho kept ou praying, and it Medici was a Cardinal at 15, and, ac"Yes? What is it?" magio touch of a divino artist, I was was tho Lord's voice calling mo. Wo cording to Guicciardini, bafllcd with "Well, yon seo I scntn notico around waiting at a little station among tho laid up no money that year. Tlio docIds statecraft Ferdinand of Arragon himyesterday that Mr. Smith hail just been hills for tho through express. It was n tor's bill and tho wngos of tho hired man self. Ho was Popo ns Loo X. at 37. married, and your compositor, 1 see, solitary ploco, only ono houso in sight, took nil tho profits and left us n littlo Luther roblicd oven him of his richest has got it 'Mr. Smith has just been tho horizon outlined by darkened pines moro in debt. Littlo 'Siah had been province, at 35. Tako Ignatius Loyola martyred, but I guess it don't linrdly and tho Bandy bluff, on which tho ileso-lat- o pining nil tho Bcason;I was overworked; nnd John Wesley, thoy worked with mako enough difference to change it," structure, stood, affording ono a had never gained nny strength, nnd ho young brains. Ignatius was only 30 Tlio editor scratched his head n minview of a still, flowing river, flashing 'eltit. How wo loved him as ho would when ho mode his pilgrimage and wroto g ute, nnd thought of down through tho evergreens. It was pet his father's head, his littlo weo face tlio "Spiritual Exercises." Pascal other femalo eccentricities, and told nnd tho in tho month of Juno nnd tho hills wcro crying to smile. I mado an idol of my wroto a great work when ho was 10, and visitor of course it didn't, and hu went beginning to burn with strango fires. shild. When tho white frost camo nnd died nt 37 tho greatest of Frcnchmeii.-Lor- cl nway whistling, "Why should tho spirit losiah could just crawl about to do his Carmino, emerald and russet dickered J!caconiflehr " Ormtwttjj. " of mortal bo proud?" StcubtnvllU against stately backgrounds of dark ihorcs, littlo 'Siah grow worso and in a VP A TJWK. Herald. blue, Tho robui, tho blue-bir- d nnd tho week ho died. Perhaps you havo never A Georgia paper tells an amusing lost n child ; you don't know, then. We A IIIIIUIITJIOV. crow mingled their contented notes in story of how an untamed steer troubled tlio ennny air. I had an hour and a half bnricd him under tho npplo tree, our sovcral negroes who An editor of nn Illinois paper took n attempted to drivo dear littlo boy. Tho night ho died ho to wait, and, because. I had nothing bettlio animal homo to hu purchaser. Tho boy to learn tho printer's trade Ho was ter to do, I was strolling backward and crept np to his father, as ho kneeled ox was driven from tho pasture nnd careful to impress utwn his mind tlio nehim, and Josiah ho prayed, and the forward on tlio platform nursing my started on tho road to Crawford. For cessity of olicdieneo and of doing everyown grief, which lay heavy on my words seemed to open tho gates to that tho first half milo tho mutual gave but thing thoroughly. After preliminary heart. Tlio words of tho woman halted city whoro tho children are, and his littlo trouble, but whilo going down a instruction tho lad was given n stick mo in my task and a caro-los- s spirit fluttered away. Inno ho suddenly realized tho fact that and tula and was taken to a caso to "And then I gavo up. I cursed God cariosity caused mo to enter into ho " wanted to go bock home," and mado wrestlo with n pieco of copy. Tho edHow often Ilis angels in my heart. I asked for death. Weeks conversation. itor went off to a political convention. bolt for tho drivers. passed, but lay in a dumb stupor; tho l como to mo in strango disgrago. They held their ground nntil thoy Tlio other boys in tho office paid but lit"Yes, mister, what you say is true, doctor said I must bo roused or die. I found thnt tho ox was dangerous, when tlo attention to tho now recruit, and Tho Lord Almighty does shut us in had thought it was evil luck for a creatwhen tho editor returned half a day later commenced. ure to live, dreadful dark corners, I expect, without I believed in nothing. an ignominious stanipcdo by scaling a ho found tho boy down upon his knees mo drivers escaped uno ccn a star or nothing for a glint o' Tho spring camo. Josiah was strong fence,oi whilo others scattered to tlio searching for something on tho floor. night. It beats all how kind o' rough again. Ono day ho lay a singlo May "What's tho matter, Johnny?" said he, right and left, but an old negro named Ho appears." "You know something flower in my thin hand. 'God watches "Why IdropjKxl a typo beforo I got John Deadwyler was not so fortunate. about it, auntie-- " I called her so, for over tho flowers, Sukio.'.ho said, and Ho was pressed so closo that ho had tho first lino set," repliod tho boy, "and although no older than I sho had a rich then my tears began to flow. I hnd to escape, behind n tree, when com- you told mo beforo I went to work that experience. I saw at once. " Law, yes, uot been nblo to cry for months. Those whenever I dropped n type I must stop I hate," and her eyes took on a far- littlo pink petals spoka to mo. I camo menced n tilt between man and steer. Tho ox chased him around until his nnd pick it up beforo I did anything away expression, as if sho wcro looking to myself. I began to pray. I said : 'I clie. I'vo been looking for that cony head began to swim, but during n into tho unseen and eternal. "You yjdl not die. typo all day and I can't find it.'' lull, whilo his steership was founded won't bclicvo it, mister, nohow. You'd " Another autumn. May camo to us, Need wo say that boy succeeded in fighting a fly, John started up that treo. think was deceiving yo." "Tell us calm, placid child. I had something business? Ho grow up, went West, acd all about it, if you will." lo live for, and I roso up with new cour- But ho was not quick enough. Tlio animal sprang nt tho man, ami lH!camo President of on editorial assoWo seated ourselves on a low bench, age. Tho red leaves fell on 'Siah's caught his horn in his clothing. For ciation. in sight of tho glowing woods, tho sungrnvo, but I know ho was beyond tho Wilms preaching from tho text : "Ha light flittering through tho clear morn- reach of n dying life. I began to look soeral minutes thero was an exciting ing air ; fragrant with tho fresh odors of for tho Lord's face. Days camo when I contest, tho negro trying to escape, gieth His beloved sleep," a Toledo tho year. "You boo was just past 18 peemed to bo in a littlo hell of my own, whilo tl o steer did his best lo pull him minister stopped in tho middle of tho when Josiah married me. Ho was in a hut afterward thero camo peace, I was down. bcrmou, gazed upon his sleeping auditAt lost tho hold of tho horn nroko, ors and said: "Brethren, it is hard to powerful hurry. IIo hod bought a farm; finding that my luck was tho Master and tho old darky went up tliat sapling lonli.o tho wondrous, unbounded lovo tho mortgago was to bo worked off, ho himself, terrifying as IIo was to tho disHu was kept thero tho liord npioars to lmvo for a good needed a wife. Thoy did say you ciples on tho lako at first, but on a near- liko a for over an hour beforo tho animal dewouldn't bclicvo it that I was hander approach a deliverer." liitiiii of this congregation." cided to givo up tho siego nnd start for some. A Boston chap had asked ma to Hero tho woman ceased. I had been IIO II TIIKV i'AHTKIU marry him beforo that, and tho folks intensely interested. I cannot put touo homo. A now song is entitled "How Thoy As tho beast vanished in tho distance wero rather anxious, for ho was rich ; und bearing on paper. In tho winning Parted." Wo lmvo uot read it, but no but Josiah and I had loved each other expression of her calm faco I had found John yelled after hhu : " I's n member oh do church, but ol doubt they parted iu tho usual way since wo wcro children, and I said no. bread. "But that was long ago," I alout 2 a, m., after kissing each other Well, we wero married and tho farm had said, hoping sho would coutinuo her you tiuks you can skeer mo, you's ouo "good-night- " at least eighty-sevebig fool." a miitress. I know all about work, narrative. times. " Well, I guess I must go," ho was strong and hopeful. Wo didn't have " les, pir, tho years went on. Tlio Bays, with a sigh, about two hours be ZOO LlTl'.ltAU any such fixings as that city chap would farmer's lifo is a hard ono ; you can't foro ho docs go. Then, after another Tho short-hanof Sidney, rciortcrs havo bought, but wo loved cvh othci realize it. It is a tough battlo to pay Now South Wales, having been found half hour's conversation about ono thing and our poverty .was no hindrance tt off a mortgago and live. Not much and another, ho presses her hand with . timo for play. Tho children come, flvo fault with for their method of reporting much proasiveucss, nays ho really must that. Wo mado batter and fatted tho speeches iu tho Legislative Council, Tho noxt spring Josiah raised gar- of them in all, healthy, happy children, go, and lovingly lingers another den boss, and that first year we managed but making lots of wcrk for a mother. retaliated by giving tlio speech of ono Then ho says ho didn't know it of tho Council exactly as it was spoken, to pay 8200 on tho mortgage. It wai Wo had reached tho last payment on tho uas so late, picks up his hat nnd moves hard work, and wo both wcro a little mortgago and May was ID. Wo had as follows : "Tho roporters ought not to tho toward tlio door, when ho puts his arm tired. I was not nuito as stroutr as the worked hard, but tho years followed ono prevent her from falling reporters ought not to bo to around her to summer cacao ou." another with no great changes. I judgo of wlrnt is important tho onessoy over in a swoon, and kisses her flvo not to Hero ehe stopped as if lost in roverio ; thought my luck had turned, and then times in ono inning and still linger. her faco took that abstracted look again. camo that awful diphtheria. May was whut should bo left out but tho mem- Then ho gives her ouo moro kiss just for ber can only judgo of what is impo"And how was it next year?" I in- sick two days ; tho third day tho bloomluck and reluctantly stops down and out rtant, quired. ing girl, whoso beauty wo worshiped, and loncsomo night, and "As I as my speeches as tho re- into tho black Sho gavo a slglu " Mialcr, my luck faded, and tho flower was plucked by ports as what I say is rcportod some- calls around tho next night. That is began then," and n dawning einilo il ut- tho gardener. Tlio four remaining chiljust how thoy period years ago if o tered ou her thin lips ; " that is, I called dren wero soon taken. Iu two weeks' times, no ouo nobody can understand havo not been misinformo . Korrl' tho reiKirts what it is what I Vom it to in rny wrallu Little 'Siah camo to timo wo had but ouo child. Tho town Jferalil. us tho second winter, and from the first wero fresh in tho orchard, four of mean. So it strikes mo it has struck mo certain matters things that npjx'ar Tit a iiL.iuuiiTEU of iiUM.ursa- ho was a pioco, so cunning uud so cross, them besido littlo 'Sialu Bo sudden 111 it l)S. called him possessed some days, but was tho blow, so anxious tho days, that of importance aro sometimes left out I A favorite siwrt in Brazil and tho omitted. Tho reporters tho pairs Joshua said ho wa? only powerful heal- I had not timo to think of my grief. hummipoints aro reiwrted I mean what tho West Indies consists iu hunting thy. Wo loved him. Ifo was our flrbt But, last of all, Josiah wis taken, weang-birds. Tho natives ariuthcinschcs "born, and ho twined nbout our hcarti ried out with watching nnd sorrow. His paper thinks of interest it reported." blow-gun- s mado of reeds, perhajMi This was taking a very cruel rovengo, with just as tlio partridge vino clings to the strong constitution hold at bay tho terri only fourteen or fifteen inches long, and but then, oven a reporter is human. warm earth. Hut tho spring work Mas ble, disease, for weeks. Ono night, when toko pellets of cotton wool; with those coming on. was ambitious. I was at tho crisis came, ho prayed with mo, his Stbect Talk. "How much better jou they aim and so stun tho littlo creatures work again beforo my strength came dying lips not faltering as ho commendlook, Mrs. SI" "Ye, I have gained 32 that thoy fall nu cosy prey to their pur crawled about tho houso more ed mo to God. no said flvo children pounds on Hall's Catarrh Cure. Have not back. suers, and tlio beautiful plumage is Iiko a slutdow than a young girl not yet wero waiting for him, and ho seemed to felt so well lu 20 rears. It has made a Travelers in countries wlioto sco them as ho drew near tho cud, and, complete cure and ia worth $50 a bottle to 20. Broken rest at night and long day abounds form them tho humming-birany one that hai the catarrh." of ceaseless work took tho spunk all out at midnight, I was a widow. Belves into parties for this sort, nnd use "You say I must havo felt forsaken. of mo. I kind of murmured in my Carter's Little Liver Pills will positive); common lublo salt as shot. Penetrating heart, but Lord forgivo mo, for that was I did not feel at all for weeks, I simply cure tick headache and prevent its return. tho skin, and yet uot spoiling tho plum breathed ; but when in tho early spring This la not Ulk, but truth, Ooe pill a age, sucli a charge kills tho bird, mid only tho beginning. "Josiah had just got tho planting I crawled out to tho npplo troo whero dote. To te had of all druggitU. Seo greet numbers aro secured iu this man dono, a powerful largo lot, when ho was tho six mounds wcro beginning to grow adverlUement. ner. takeu tick ; never was sick Ixiforo. Ty- green, uid fell ujkjh tho sod, I left an Thomas Sale, Citr Pasenger Kallroad Edison Electric Light U a wonderful uwful burden nt tho feet of Him who has Couiptnr, Loul ille, avs: "I find Drown' dlscoTerr.hut not a wenderful as Hall' phoid fovor, doctor said, uud ho would havo u hard one. I was so weak I nut mado immortality euro. It was God's Iron Hitter to le a valuable remedy for Catarrh Cure. For aalo by I'enny & Mo I Alliler. kid 'Siah bv his father uud then rnuit I uuv and it was well Do I uot mourn neuralgia." Stwi-?3l(th- lj Jfnlcritrjfonriuil up stain to tno mmtn CHURCH lilrttCTlffl.. on, rrnionioT.Hoimi.-iinTTTi.irMMtii'- aTANTOBD, odilor-lii-elilc- Suffer no lonfjor frm Dyppp-nl- n, t every Kunday morning ami the third. Prayer Meeting every rlumlay Kchool at too a. at, Thurwlay nlaht. Iter. II. f. Mnrriton, Nupeilnlendnnt. TLftf festlU trn I f r. t fUtrrlftsT, Pr vwTtWtrFz nil pain TMii J. M. JwllMakMtMleie. ltT. Fourthlitre, i'attor. Servient fM tl WirraUf BAITIMT and "ra" rUmJavt, morning and Ff alghl. Prayer Meeting every Wctnee-taafterJflfTla Br BiTWHAMTwflsi nlahteirtpt Pattnr. (Vrvict-- jitiv. noon. tln Superintendent HlllrrriAN.- - Weritilpbv Iho congregation Knn.lay School illMt. '. I ill I I .?v 111 h. 11, K, Harrow rnciiiim, ,r. V t ! Appotlto.loasorStrenrjtli Inolc of Enorrjy, Mnlnrln, Intermittent Fovom, Ac. nnowNs jnoN nrr- TEHS noveiwTlo to cure nil Uimo dlsonscY Datton, NovtnvWr tft, 1M1. newt (.'mimical Co For yrart t hart OmUeffifn ttaKTMMineftfrwn pyaptptfc and cwild get M rHfcf (havtng iritd everything which wna rcromnmid' cd) until, acting mi ih advk fa frfcnd, wlM had Uta tne(trd by IhxmN'a lnN llinam,! irtol lU, with mott aiH pMg irwuha rrcvfeua la taking ItrowiTft Iron Irullfjootlon, wnntof onHeconland Fourth lirl'e dirt. Munday Mthool at '!. Ji rieveranee, Muperlnlendenl. F H."TeKf. DHKtfHYTrJiIMN, WlUTII.-lle- T. Huhday Kclmol at t . John W. I. for, petto' Kent, Hupectnimdent Unlen I'rayer Meeting on Wednesday nlsMa c tard'adar rrrerhln br lie J. W. t AMBIir04N Mutual Aid Socio!) Of Kt'ttttW'Icy. ' ilallnn I bat aecerlol the agency ftl Unrolnandtlarrardrmintle ol thla innat prala. ifetlly retlab'e Intllliitlon, ths worthy and object of the A M. A. (Witty Mng 't ptevlde Ananrlal aid lolhe wldewa, mphihi, helra, leg. tert ami anlgn. f tla drceatol Mem bet t." No on Ihnuld hetllat to aeenr meinWrihlp. II will a (lord 111 plewmr to git full Information to thoe dnlrlng It and 1 Irrulara allowing lbs object id ths Moclely, name of theoflleert, Ae. 1'p.n 119 OPERA HOUSE, MTAMrfilin. KY. ' W.U 1 i;. ,! WALTON, - - Tropriotor. t It. IIUVIIKHTKIl. Mlanford, Ky SlienfSlageMaM. Whl comwtele nt Rren. rry pealing rapaelly, Inciiiillng gallery, (OU. Ileatonabl rale at above. to Rood altrattlnnt. Adlreea tt me, ami I autferrd (rtatljr fram a Uifntng etfiwailon In th tlnmath, whkh w tinWanUc. Ptnce taking Huown'sWon ny IliTtiM, tttrylhlM I an itHtmwd Stanford Female College. .Va'AM'Oltlr. KY. With I Lo-pan- to tmtUaaarwatanrad. CMMaajr time wliht awjr UmgrraUa I an practically anuthrt Ilutt,i4l xrn. Mra. W ) Titm. y Mawrw k l . I It -n a Full Corps of Teachers, i Lonei paid in in U. S. Thlalntlllutlon will BROWN'S inOM TERS nota lilio u olinrm on tho dlrjoatlvo organ, romovlncj all dyspeptic symptoms, suoh ns tast-ln- o BIT- lit Thirteenth Htxalon on the M Monday In HeplemUr nett. ALL on I - L & GLOBE 85.212,737 81 Til K IIRANCIIFJI III' A IiiNiirnitcc Compaiiy! O THOnOUGHENGUSHCOUnSE American Aueti, Ars taught, at well at Hcnt in tho Stomach, Heartburn, oto. The only Iron Propnration that will not bluchan th teeth or give hontUlrhr- tho food, Oolcliino. MUHIO. TUB IiAMOUAOKB. UllAW-INAND 1'AINTINO. year exceed 831,000,000.00 31 TERMS MODERATE. fl For full particular, a te tloanl, Ac . a.ldrea ItRN. N. V. TKHKIIIlAltT. I'rl'iclJ.nl, SUafnrd, IJncolnOn., Cy, Solid, I'roiiipt nnil llonnrnlilr' 1'ojh Iohph ultliont (!0 ilajn' illncuilDt. Leading American IVIIele to t.V) In th Dooi tho In Tuition, price rang from regular Impertinent. Primary, tla; Intermediate HO, and Ctlletlile, loo. 0; Preparatojy, Buibeu. wrllltn by Sold liy l Druiatjiwtw. Brown Cnamicol Co nnttimnr. Sec llut Jlrcwn JOHN M. FinHT-ri.A- PHILIPS, ciimi-an- Agent i ret.- - Md sm mole . six tiriir.it UN by-wa- bl U. Ckmtrr4 twwwwM.it cratSW IMM lrl ill In lU- -a ., I HALL'S RatabrhRure V LW 13 KECOMMEMDED roenledal thrum agency. Kales rrttonttls "I nuwAUrt op 'aiioaroiv JtoiiTi-:Chicago Tin: . f iMtTAr.xM- - Louisville, New Albany & Railway. . NOTICE ! OltAl. OKCII.lICI.MII.I.S! J. wec. It. IIUTCIIISOS, rreiw. Do fuitorn grinding houso-clcauin- nnd Catarrh of tho Naanl Ulcerntlval Catarrh of tho Car, Cro or Throat. It Is taken IMT6RN ALLY, and DIBrCTLY upon th BIockI nnd nets Muoous Surfaces of the Statcm. It In it tho host Blood Purifier thattho la WORLD, nnd Is worth ALU charged for It, for THAT dono. Cavlty-Ctironlo ounuea DY rnYSiaAIi'a o.viwuw: iuinninii l'ullnian LOUISVILLE krwitLNiriit-A In Palace TO Caweegera Cars! ANI tl(ll.lt) TKAI.NH CHICAGO! Irant lb U..11.1U TntUjl and ONLY r'rldaiauf cwh INTERVAL te-- is CURE FOR! CATARRH iiwin GEORGETOWN COLLEGE, n theClnclnnal It. 1oraUdlnth b allbr and tcau- Southern n tirul "ltlu liraaa" region or ncniucay. ontu opena r.tember Srd, If W. Inatructlon In all uranthra ol College education. Kipcrleuced ftv feasora. Th degree ol U. ., A II and A. !. conferred. Hatful courao for tkoac who can apend only ono or two jean In l'irga. Tcrrua low for ador irtlcnlart, vantages offer tl. Kor nuli-cu11. JI. DUULE V, 1). !., I ad J r na early to U. And we offer Ono Hundred Oollnrs tor nny itouls" and gu lbroMh Is Caso of Cnttrrh It will not Cum. llrcrtiraatlt', franriiriUtlllc, IjiTajrlto 1VILJ. Clltli AM' CANI nnil ClilrnRu ultliottt rliangr. OCVm of A T BTSwasT fx'l Ifcirrt. F J. Chfney(tiyi . Totnla, O. lenllcmen. -- 1 Ukn pleasure In Informln-- r TO'l It liat that 1 bam utod Hall t.'atarrh l"ur cured rne -- 1 was rcry taJ- - and don't hrwiuteto any nr hat It will tvr Yourscaul of Catarrh if taken truly, properly. J. u MTtiTTiraroan. Tim 3t.nmrrai III . N. II. It. arrlt In Lovlitlll llmsta latslbesveolng train of the "Mono OEOROETOWN.KY.- - fntcioo. Juoo 4, Ilea I TIMF. TAIII.I1. KTAntl.Ns. l.te. ltiltvlHe .... Air (lrvMSMle. .... ' IVawlerditlll. "iKiliy. 7 It i VI .. TtlTy. M. bo-sid- o ia I ROBBED Catarrh 10. CO mv bl Cunldcr It trT-SobottK by all DrwrirW at ?i rta. CO. Manuf artiire.1 and snbt br I' J airlSUY Tbouaaodaof grarca aro lob Prvorietors, TOUiW), OHIO. annually rotbed of their ilclliut, lltca prolonged, For sal In Hlantird by IVnny A McAllller, bapplmaaanJ health rc ttored by uw of Iba great r. RMrnjir,Jacken, irortTii bio a iioTTi.i:.Havn luul Mich., writes fur My i or. Hall's Catarrh Cure currj lottle. worth l.faltlt - Cbltago SIM t M i IHts I U sm t 12 pm to pm I Usn r vi pnt im IWia rr The moatdlrett route, with oolr use thaoteof cart, lo all rolnie In UIkwoiIs, Minseeota, Iowa, nicbratta, ae roc lunoer luiutraaiion. address Ml'llltAV Kt.LLKIt,i. I A , 12- Lottlivllle, Ky GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R! Which potltlrely and pcrmiDcnUy cure Jntjo-trnc- p. (canted by ciccoww ol any kind.) 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Forl'llrt, Ilemorrholdt, lliirnt, Fltlula and all tliullar dltcaa", Dr. Gliiiirrt IMIu Oliiliitvut. tiiiuirM Itlllcr-Ntrcc- SHORT LINE TO THE EiisT From LonltvllUIn I'alac Cart without thtDit, For Fresh Cuts, liurna, Ulctra snd Old tlorrt, n d cat-ilo- Oliituicuf. And am prepared to furnlth dealgna and catlmatca for bulldlngaandallkludaof acrull work. UNoDr.J:tuirM.S(oHiHch IIIMcrri That I am doing no amall butlnma, can be Judged from the fact that my bank account runa from and IUmjJ Purifier, A RcllablsToulc. II.MXI to li.000 week. and alao cum llyiwcila, Indlgeatlon, Liver toutractlng and building dons promptly and at Complaint, Malarial revert and all iwrlodlcal living price. Addreta DlKaat. Manufacturrd and fur sal by 70oi-ly- r O. H. NTAVt'OKIt. ARCHITECT, ir Uhc Dr. t FMIRRflNTQ line ol homta o"b u7 Baln this road will rcctlve special low rattt. Se Agvota ol thla Company for lalet, routtt Ac, or write c. P. ATWOHE. C. P. k A. ' Loul.vlll. t Kr. Atlter Don't Be Led Astray! half-hou- r. Hy th iwcullarly vrorded tdvrrtlKiuenttof rival roulca, which ar lit We lo deceit the public. aaTAII orders Th hhortstt and Qulckrtt lloute (tout Clncln M-by ui.ll will recctr poiopt attention. nail West It th Sols proprietor, Moullcello, Ky. w. jc. OAisrasr, :m:. 33., & MISSISSIPPI A. W. Kentucky's Btck Headache and relieve all tho trouble Incident to n bilioua auto of the aritun. audi ma Ul. wtneea, Nanac. Drovrsinc, l'alnlnlhoKlilp. .te. Whl able Bucctie baa Uin ahown la curing Houlo Etist 10 Ilours ! CUBE Cincinnati to St. Louis Washington, PhiladelphiaN.Y. Thsouly line running hill-loc- nfadwbr.TrtCartiT'aLlttla Liver rUleareeYitiaDy valuable In C'ontllpatlon, curing and pmuitlai thl annoying complaint, whUolbey alao correct all dlaordtra tf tho atomacn, atimulata the liver lulrtgulateiuabawila, Uvea II they only coxul SICK 3 2 A SOLID TRAIN 2 moPULLMAN NEW 8LEEPINO CARS M- I I d Aehelhrywonldbealmoatprlcdeeatathoaowha eulfir from thl dlttrwains complaint! but f their coodncea doea not cud here, and thoaej vho once try them trill find thcae little nllUvala-sbl- e In o many wavt that they wlllnot be willing tadowltkiBttncm. Uut after all tick had HEAD ACHE Tlmeon KanSuS CltV Two ,,0"'",Lc twangs of ths uj lf .? .! ctri than by other Unci, It thsouly Ilo with 4 Dally ThsO. ,(i Train from Cluilunatl to bi. Loula, tuaklng direct CouncctlDg lo aame dcjKit with fatt tralut lor lountcllona In lbs Union Deot (at HI. LouI.lwIlU Ultaourl ratlde lUltway, Hi. Loula, Irou Moun-Ul- u. S"."""". '''".' Alton lull, road, LliliMgo, Ilurllugtou A Uulucy lUllroad: AM. Loula llalliuul, Wabaau. HI, Loula A I'.Mlle Mluourl KauuaAlcxaa lull The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan- waji t lUllruad; Hsu Fr.ud.iu lullw.y. Loult A li'ttliHsiile, fillclllllHll Kllll I, liiKton, Hy Pally Train to Louttvllls, with 'rs Parlor Cart. Daily Tralut to Ktautvllle, 4 hour In of all other raulct, with ons Icescbaugs of cart. Dally Traina to Cairo, 7 boura quicker than any other line, aud no change of rare. D.lly Tralut Is New Orliaut. No change of cart Ircui Cluilnuatl. X- 12 Hours QomlahtEU ,1"" Chlc' ""itM, 4 cltM ol paaaeogers. Iloura ahead of all other line. a, Dally wllh no change of cart for any 2 WASHINGTON CITY. c" Jt. ,."J'. ville, Norfolk, All Virginia Impress la thebane of o many Urea that here Is where we tnako our Croat bout. Our pUls cura It whilo otnusdonuL Carter'! Littlo Liter PU1s are Tcry amall and Tery taay to take. Ono or two pill tuakea dote. Thry are strictly vwtabla and do Dot gripe or action lcateallwha mrge,butbytblr uaothem, lUTlalsaigJccntat Uvuforfl. Uul4 tjf tlrutxUt tviry w buc, i scut by mall, CAKTEK MEDICINE CO., New Ywk, and North Carolina Points. JAHKh 1. KIINNT. (ieul. tiiaUru A cent, Httlii tit., IxjuI.vIIW, Ky II. W. KIH.I.KK, .. yon TL. fl Jf. . .. .!.... ...v i. turn viiij nus l y can get through can Iruui Cluelunall Iuwuicu bl. Ijult wltbuul paying cur lar lu addition to money pal I for UikM. ...,.. ! This Upon Your Memory. For tlckela add lurther lufunaallou. apply to your neanwl ticket ottke, or addiru .1 llrk.L AiiklH '"'""'" "ntf II) W, Ulnclnnatline.TfooloVii W. W. PiiAIIOIlY. UculMaoas-- r raua.or tor Inloiniatiou, call ou r .tfi.ii.iu.il.... Ii..u r.7."rv",vir?:.. Walnut i i iruf nu , oy it. 41 (lrmi.1 tlj.UI W. II. HIIATTUC, t. W.NNITIi; Usu'l Miuutr, Utu'l Psat'r Ag'l. lUchutouJ, Virginia. 4. JJ. Usn'l Ptateogor Alt Uucluuatl. IIILL, Pautogtr Ajsnl, Ulanoo.Kj n