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PLEASANTRIES, Brewster, Athmry Central, How. he Ap' Remote a Tight fling. -- J I ( ?' pears At Long Branch A novel method of effecting tho ro How can it bo proved that a horao "When I first kem to Claveland," . He is a big and portly man, with a moval of a ring which has becomo r wrp. WALTON, remarket! a silver tongucd member of has alx Irgs? Becauso ho has fore Editor and Proprietor face awfully scarred by burns receiv- constricted around swollen fingor, or a tho Cuyahoga bar, n child of tho land legs in front and two behind. ed when bo was a boy; but even this in any other similar situation, consists ol Ilurko O'Connell, blowing tho froth An old lady writing to her eon out t'ubllnhnt Ttiriilnw nuf Frlitnv, disfigurement is scarcely so notable as simply in enveloping tho slllictcd mem from a glan of licor and setting it west, tells him to howaro of billions his singularity of dress. Ho outrivals licr, after the manner of circular bandown on tho bar to settle, "when I saloons nnd bowel alloys. Wll.riO I'XJll ANNUM. tho dudes in tho frequency with which dage, in a length of flat India Rubber first kem to Claveland I was fresh Out west when n notoriously lazy ho changes his suits and nothing in Block, MFIM don't aenl lm'tln pymnt of ub-- from tnchin' school, nnd by no manner man is caught at work, they say ho Is tho present extremes of fashion will braid, such as ladies mako uto of to Opora keep their hats on tho lop of their of manes, the wido nwako lawyer I am meddling with industry. errlptlon, tifrf t to Biikmhtnit, n. then of i)i:Aiii:nH in- comparo for striking qualities with his heads. This should bo accurately apIs tlicro a word in tho English Inn- at priscnt." not eter Ihree tenia, Wall I'Hprr. WIiioh, costumes, which aro modified revivals plied beginning, not clow to tlio ring, DniRH, Aliialcal ;iit;iiilrHlw, ItnnkM, "Wnn day Jim Corrigan, n sailer, guago that contains all tho vowels ? of tho dandyism of n quarter of a cenIjIqitorM, IllHlrilFHtHfM, ICHTH. NlHtlniierj', .hiiiih, but at tho tip of tho finger, and leavI'ockct rushed into niv oflico and said ho had Thero is, unquestionably. Im, .' The Parson' i Mistake. Nohin, ToliHreoM, tury ngn. His hluo, swallow-taileCiittiory, Ikkii sued for ?2.r0 by Charlio Hutch LunipM, It is a well established fact that coats, his nankeens, his high stocks ing no intervals Iretween the succesl'orfiiinery, l'Arson I'vnc, who uacd to m settled I'lro Arum, Machine to exert ils elastic sive turns, so ns JVcciIIch. on iTfaahlonablo congregation in tlio inson, keeper of tho Ht. Charles Iward a person who is guilty of squirting and low pumps, his varied hats, his Onr Jewelry, .Silverware anil (Ipllrat (lonus Ilenartment N In Charge or Col forco gradually and gently upon tho Tlios. ! want yez to defind mo, tobacco juico in tho houso of worship, frilled shirt-bosowho will ltepalr V niches anil Clocks Promptly anil In Hie best listl a chronical ing houso. Illcliarils, Cltyof Washington, nnd wrist-bantissues underneath. When tho bind style. y imliajMwoil laily of groat intelligence said ho. 'Do ycz owe tho claim I' sais don't oxpec to ralo as a gentleman. all thcBO mako ono wonder, not only ing is completed, tho hand should bo Tho wealth of flowers is sometimes why ho wears and sweetness of character in his flock. I. 'Av coorso I docs lw owin' it,' said them, but whero ho gets held aloft in a vertical position, and ho. 'Thin go pay it,' anij I. 'Pay wasted on tho vacant air, hut not mora Ho used to dread to visit her, so long them to wear. Wo nil know how hard in few minutes tho swelling will bo a was tlio cataloguo of illi that alio was him, is it,' anij Corrigan. 'Had luck frequently than tho wealth of men it) it is to get a mechanic to do any thing perceptibly diminished. Tho braid is vronl to unfold beforo him. Of courio, to him, I'd spind twinty dollars beforo wasted on tlio vacant heir. in tho slightest degrco different from then taken ofTnnd immediately reap1M pay that hill.' Circumstances niter casoa. Thero what is 'Mr. Corrigan,' sais lie was czectcl to sympathize, nnd ho customary, and how Mr. plied in tho same manner, when, after I, 'thero'a no mo in litigation, yez owo aro times when things nro not themdid hit brat. Hut it was weariness to Brewster prevails on a tailor to pro- another five minutes, tho finger, if his impatient spirit nud nt times ho the hill, nnd ho'll bato you in tho selves any more than mcu aro. A duco his garments, is a mystery which again rapidly uncovered, will bo small g. tooth is not a tooth when It found himself advising numerous (los suit.'" I was tempted to beg him to solve. enough for tho ring to bo removed "So ho went over to Bob Johnson When tho lights nro low and a feles to tlio lady when alio had detailed But if I had gained that information with caso. low occupies a big rocking chair with her symptoms and aalccd his advice. and stated tho case to him. 'Do you I should have still been loft to search It happened nt last that tlio parson owo tho money', snia Bob. 'Faix I his girl, how ho does wish ho was at for tho secret sourco of his hats, and I TnE Year or Horrors. Perhaps aais Corrigan, 'but divil tho color the North Pole, whero it would bo aix no year known to history haa been so fell tick and haul n long siego of ty- - do,' could scarcely expect him to let that fruitful in fatal disasters as tho present When ho had alowly re- of my money will Hutchinson aeo. months beforo morning. phold fever. out. "Brewster, Attornoy General," I'll spind twinty dollars to halo him.' An exchanco wants to know how it ono. But seven months old, it is recovered ho was in hasto to resume his as ho signs himself, after tho English 'CJivo mo tho iiHinoy,' sais Johnson. is Hint a woman nlwnya ait mi tho for tho number aud severity IB pastoral work, and determined to visit oflicial fashion, has a very handsomo markahlo madn inquiry of n Kin you Iwto him m tho law case?' flour whenever alio wants to put her second wile, a child by this lady and of its cyclones, tornadoes, and Hoods; first, tlio sick lln IIML , asked Jim. 'As aisy as breaking boots on. for ils deadly railway accidents and Wo guess it is becauso sho several lady psrishoner as to tlio invalids and grown sons and daughters by sticks,' returned Johnson. "Givo me can not conveniently Bit on the ceilfires by land and shipwrecks at was told that Mrs. Squire tlio lady his first spouse. Ho occupies one of fatal PHARMACISTS (him twinty dollars.' ing, sea; for its panic in schools and theaPuck. ajKikon of abovo had lecn very aick. tho largest suites of apartments at the -- DKALKRS IK- "Wid that Corrigan counted out tho A young couplo wero found out at Howland Houso, drives good horses ters, and last and most horrible tho "Waa it her chronic nso of patent money and left proraisin to bo around tho front gato, ono night recently. which has rendered tho Drugs, Books, Stationery medicines?" and displays no lack of money. Very earthquako the and Fancy Articles. ,.'No," the lady replied, slightly case.noxt day at 9 o'clock to attend tho locked in each other's arms. Thoy dignified and irreproachable is Mr. smiling Island of Ischia ono vast channel house; and which will, when this I'lijijeln' (irncilptloni accunlelj compounded, As soon as over ho was out of said the combination was lost, and - stammering and blushing. Bhe bo. Brewster, with all his unavoidable and A In , liovcd that Mrs. Squtro had a run of sight Johneon went down to Hutch they could not get it becauso tho jani- assumed grotcequencss and all tho year shall be ended, lead tho list of I V.jkwki.kum; i low fever and so mo other complies. inson a ami ped tho claim ; then he tor was asleep. laughing at him is done carefully be- ghastly horrors for which it will bo went up to Kolbo's and paid the coals, noted. social philosopher has discovered hind his A This waj enough. If alio had , lions. SSHBBBilit;iUreJ. Trad Matt hack, for nobody thinks of beLargest Stock of Matches, Small flocks of sheep, like small really been aick alio muat havo tlio con- which amounted to 82. and nut the that wealthy girls who summer at tho ing disrespectful to his faco. ChicaClocks, Jewelry It Silverware aoon as possi-bi- $l.r0 in his pocket. The next day scasido do not get husbands as soon as go Tribune. flocks of hens, are usually tho most solations of religion as Etf r Wought to tbli market. Ytlcn Lower than l'eo-pl- o Corrigan kcra nround and together poor girls who remain at homo. ' profitable; and on tho greater part of Ilia Lowest. Walcbn, Clotlci and Jewelrr ImPapa. I Smell a Nigger. paired on abort notlro and Warranted. Arrived at the lady's house, Parson they wint over to Kolhe's. Divil tho who havo seen girls coming out of our farms a small flock of sheep should On Friday night of last week, just I'yno sent in his card and Mrs. Squiro suspicion of tho other aido was prisent, the water nnd shivering along to tho after Mr. M. T. Smith had retired to find a place, oven if it is but two or of health. and Johnson had the caso called came down stairs the picturo liko halfdrownod rats, and bed with bis son, the boy remarked: three. Whero cows nro kept, the Tho dominie congratulated her on her dismissed, lavin' Corrigan to go homo will not bo surprised to find that "Papa, I smell a nigger!" Mr. Smith same number of sheep may usually improved appearance. Siio had novcr pulled up will pride over his success." lovers' suits and bathing suiu do not brought his olfactories into full play be kept without hardly any expense seemed so wolt and happy in her life. "Sinco that tiuio," continued tho mix very well. On in tho summer season, as they will eat and came to the samo conclusion. j'Dut I hear you have been sick," ho eminent barrister, after putting tho There are now in the public schools instituting a search, a negro bay, herbago that is refused by the cows, added, "and I called to bring you tho lager whero it would do tho most of tho United States, aa teachers, nt named Warfield Johnson, was found and with decided benefit to tho pastA-tid the sympathy which you do not ap- good, Tvonover advised a defendant least 60,000 more, women than men. under the bed. On being ordered out, ure, a good profit may be made on tho to aittlo pear to need." the claim." L Cleveland Not raoro than twenty-fivyears ago ho confessed that ho had hid himself investment. LNice lot of Horses and Fine Turnouts. "You havo been aick, Doctor, I un- Herald. Hates rcn- tho number of men doubled that of tho thero with the intention of robbing "In our country," says tho English rV derstand, and seriously." great many christians seem to women. Every year, in increased sou able. "Yes," said tho dominie, with n think they miss tho very esaenco of re numbers, ''tho common school mas- the house aa soon as the inmates fell man as ho leaned back in his chair, Ho was turned sih, "that ia the reason I can aympa-thii- e ligion unless they aro in a state of ters" aro regulated to tho obscurity of asleep. and committed to over to the "before we marry wo arrange to setpolice jail. tle a certain sum upon the wife' I know all testacy all tho tirao. Our Methodist with you bo readily. "general business" by that inexorablo This is the same negro who, at the "Yes, I know," replied tho American, Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in that you must have suffered. I havo fricndi aro especially given to this de- law, "the survival of tho fittest," and, just had tho samo trouble and parsed lusion. When thoy becomo frantically by tho same law, in still greater num last September term of the Circuit "but with us it is indifferent. It is Court, was sentenced to the peniten- after wo aro married that we settle through all tho symptoms nnd suffer- happy and aro compelled to givo vent bers, the "lady teachers" are pushed tiary for ten years for rape, but was everything on the wife and arrange to Andean supply it in any quantity. ings myself." to their feelings' by shoutings and wild to tho front. During the last four pardoned by Gov. Blackburn just be- beat , our creditors." "Haw! I Eee. Tho lady looked nt him earnestly gesticulations they think tho Holy Nlanl-ordA. years the number of malo teachers in fore entering the walls of tho peniten- And how do tho creditors tako it?" for a moment, as if alio wcro disposed Spirit has taken possession of them creased 9.359, while tho number of tiary. Shelby Sentinel. "They never find anything to take." to bo angry. Then aim seemed to and that thoy aro rending their title femalo teachers increased 15,817. Grovo Kennedy is ono of tho worst il; her faco brightened clear to hcaviiigly bliss. Ucal re think hotter of Clarence Fitz Herbert sends us a Discovering tho great change iu rodesperadoes and murderers that over beautiful poem, beginning: (and she rose, went to tho parlor door ligiou, however, ia remarkahlo for its "I will tation to the employment ot teachers, trod tho soil of Kentucky. He lias wait for my lovo at heavven's gate." and cried: "Kate, como hero just power of endurance, not for its efler r an of tho profession" was halt a score of killings credited to his Wo think you are about right, Clar as you arc!" vcsciog quality. A man has tho gist recently heard to exclaim, "tho -ATmaturing futurity account, is a devil rncc. People who writo that kind of and amazed ss ot tho wholo matter in Ins heart when Tho parson sat quiet women nro absolutely taking our incarnate and the people of his section poetry seldom over get any further tho footsteps camo nearer. Then tho ho can tell the truth in a trado and not schools ; tho ladies will bo tho primary aro much alarmed at his rolcase. Ho than tho gato. lou'll probably condoor opened, nnd Kate, tho nurse, en- sand his sugar. Religion is not exteachers of tho future." Chicago Ex- was sent to the penitentiary for murtered, bearing in her arms a chubby, citement either in whole or in pari, tinue to wait there long after the rest press. dering his undo iu the streets of Lan- of us havo passed on inside, unless you A hut a steady pull, a long pull and an infant. crowing, The Comi.no Stash. Tho now caster. Glasgow Times. All a mis- reform and quit writing poetry and light began to break utKu tho domi- honest pull. A man is a pretty bad -- FOItnie's soul and a cold sweat stood out specimen of what religion can produco two cent postage stamp which will, take, aa Grovo is as mild a mannered learn to spell Heaven with ono v. upon his forehead. if nt tho prayer meeting ho goes oft after October 1, supcrsedo the present man as ever cut a throat or scuttled a Wo hope for better things iu Ken "There, parson, that is what ailed liko pop beer, all froth, and in his three cent stamp, for ordinary letters, ship, when sober, and if ho ever killed ino," cried tho laughing lady, "where business tho next day ia as 'stale aa is described as follows : "On a tablot more than ono man wo are not aware tucky under the administration of Proctor Knott: Respect for publio are your symptoms?" ilitch water. Unless a man can carrv is suspended an incised shiold, deco- of it. So far as his release is concernopinion, no more fooling away of the Tho good parson blushed and fled; his religion behind the counter with rated with bead work. Oval, forming ed, nobody is alarmed at it. publio money iu idlo military displays, but the story followed him and every him ha hasn't enough of it to do him n framo work surrounding a cony of An object of much interest to bibli rualo member of his Hock called to ask nuy good. Houdon'a lilo cost o Washington; at ophiies is the discovery of what is no pardoning of infamous felons, less Such as Oliver Plows, Meikle and Avery Double Shovel, and the Brinkley nepotism and a strict accountability of Turning- and Single and Double Shovel and e Harrow combined. him what had ailed him and whero John Moranda was a success fnl tho baso of tho oval is a figure two claimed to bo portions oi tho original No farmer should be without it. Covington Commonpublic officers. 'wore his "symptoms." From that fraudulent hero for a week In Salt "two" on the left and tho word "cents" book ot Deuteronomy written upon day to this ho has never ventured to Lako City. Ho carried ono arm in n ou tho right. Surrounding tho upper black sheepskin. The Hebrew who wealth. Tho "fades," who havo displaced tho ask any lady about her ailments and sling, and said that ho had hurt it by part of tho oval appears tho words owns these remarkable documents is ho has forcsworu tho company of ba- a fall. Then his confederate, William "United Stales postage" The color modest aud only asks 85,000,000 or "dudes" at Long Branch, wear silver Now York Sunday Mercury. pantaloons, patent-leathe- r bies. Naylor, came forward with n thrilling of tho stamp is metallic red. Tho lib discovery. The now version comes gray, hats, is a hamlsomo picco of work- - just in time, as the revision of the old gaiters, Somo years ago, aaya 1'omeroija account of having been robbed by stamp mauship, and displays decided artistio testament is now in progress, and the fashioned after the expansivo sombreDtmocral, wo had in our employ a highwaymen, who would havo documents, being 1G cen- ro, aud very high collars. It is said had not Moranda gallantly taste, tho shading being particularly nowly-fou- ud rtuau who several times a day ran out turies older thau any authenticated of them that they hope to elude the Ami tlio Best Pump iu Tho Market, tlio Mayflold of tho office to buy a drink of whis- fought them off. "He'a so modest fine." of death and gradually fado ky. Every time ho went out, the that ho lied alwut his arm," Naylor Tho Jimson, or Jamestown weed is manuscript of any of the old testa- pangs Elevator. away with the cashier was instructed to drop ten added, "it is wounded by a bullet. put to good uso to a great extent by ment, will no doubt throw valuablo Tho unrivaled Jowol Rango Cook Stovos, Stop Stoves, Tin cents in tho drawer to our credit. At 1 ho scoundrels took my last dollar, tho tobacco growers in the Bluegrsss light on tho subject. "Just my luck," moaned a Phila ware, uira uagos, uarDod and Annoalod Wiro, tho end of seventeen months tho man but as soon as I get a remittance from section of Kentucky. Iu many fields Proctor Knott, considering that he delphia man. "Here I've been pay who had gonoout so ofteu had drank Now York he has got to tako his re- one qf tho plants are set for every two suffered from neuralgia during tho ing heavy promiumsona hfmnsurance Lime, Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, &c. A general stock of Oroceries, himself ont of a good situation, and tho ward." Both men were lavishly wouuen, uninaana uiassware. or three hundred tobacco hills, and whole canvass for Governor of Ken policy for twenty years and I'm not drawer, when opened, was fouud to while pretending to wait for they have come on early enough to bo tucky, has a right smart show of a dead yet," which wo loaned to a tho draft, and they found it easy to of service. Tho bloom is poisoned with majority. It is to bo hoped that, in contain A farmer in Scott county fouud a ! young mechanic at 7 per cent, inter- borrow several hundred dollars before cobalt every evening and tho flies de- spito of neuralgia, ho will mako as good potato iu his patch that was largo est. Ho used it to purchase a set ot tho timo came for disappearing. stroyed early iu tho season. Planters au executive oflicer as old Isaac Shel enough fur a meal for his entire fami tlnnor's tools. On tho 15th of Febin the older tobacco growing sections by, Kentucky's first Governor, to ly, which consisted of twelve hearty The IIaum Do. ing- ruary, 187G, ho returnod it to us with Tho better class people havo become do not avail themselves of the advan- whom Congress, for meritorious coneaters. of interest, saying in his letter that ho tages of destroying tho fly as they duct in battle, presented a gold medthoroughly disgusted with PIUSI PILES! PILESI had a wifo, two children, and properAs a rule they aro penny-makin- g should. They may learn something al, which has just been given by his JJr. IiriMfMs'ai A'ip Vlntavevu for ty worth five thousand dollar.). Tho . Cincinnati Comsou to the State. schenfes under tho gulso of re yet from their rivals. old reiuodlea cbang (rum I'll em II a radical Tbe Ultcuierytbe (be mult of is a hummer, hunting for other fellow mercial. ! btrttofor Id uw, ligion, and without exception they are Life contists of cutting teeth iu loTtallt-atlufood. It is stated that the lied Sea is to yaaraorpatltutwieiitlocttudjr and placet whero many immoral practices childhood, of tho pangs of unrequittod Into Iu character of Ibla painful illaeaaa. To In Boston. "Say, sis," remark nru indulged, Thero is more siu com lovo iu youth, a dyspepsia in man- bo dragged by a party ot Frenchmen you ol III (real uirrll, call ou frunjr 1 Ho Allaler, Stanford, or W. U. Waber, Ml. Yemen, l girl's brother, "you od the mitted ngaiust Qod nud society in one hood and a fear of death iu old age iu search of Pharaoh's chariots and and get a aimplf lox free ol rbirge. ought to see a now chap wo've got at day at a thnn iu a whole and an oppressive certainty that tho treasures. Abbe Moigne, of Paris, is of all who ko tu au uulliuelj tho store; ha don't know beans." "Can week About on tho grounds of tho Kentucky lawyers will contest your will and tho projector of the scheme and has grate die wllh Iba dreaded lUieiw.roniuiuplloii. I uover teach you to uso proper succeeded in raising 81f0,000 to meet llruwu'a t"ictoraut baicuiej ettrjr raw II baa Commercial Collego of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. Nicholas-villAssociation raco course. pocket moat of your money. inquired tho high school girl tho expeuso of the work. The expe Urn IrltJou aurralbe dlieau bai ikiI Uvii al StudenU received any ucek day of tfa year, Bumuicr Journnl. vw now opt fvr rcctiunj ituJaits. told lowed Uluu UjonJ lb rviilrul of Hrnmrr Talk. "How much Utler jou severely. "You should nut say 'Ho dition, comosod of a number of scien Ij I'eiiuj HcAlblcr, KUulord, aiurJIiluM. W.L. ltcpuhr Tall Session. ' . Sent. 10. iSR. II HIHWMIM " uiuu(fc.4 d W. "" ,M ty OaattlM tU M , i '7 drier- - Utll l.lver fill will jioailleel look, Mrs. 8 I" "Ye, I hare kI"1 sv m uw mamit) Uuf. ftAllk. tBith U is not sufaJtaaluti f liurUi MS asntMiiii nmn don't know beaus,' but 'Ho " PfW'f tists and experienced diver, is said to er, Ml. Veruoii. tuf MiVtiBCiiT vtj "' A'.." '".'?' S JJi!" " .K H"Kd u 1W - M MibUM IN -, " mi Hall' Catarrh Cure. Have not curt) lick licmliclin mil reTthl iUtcliirii. AtUfcMO.it. m4m Uvwafil Uf, Mtlil TvUl ltWI.1 4r4 1. ..1 twn.NM.ln, haMaaail. .t II lluil,ul AiliuKlou, lud ficiently versed in hotauy to recognizo ,. Dr.T. tnm . rJ aiuk.lt UlMM. ...Id, U.ala.r T..IM,?)..IUll.ltt, u4Mtla, W lnM, H Il hat made a bo already on its way to the sceuo of Jlruwu'e Kxecloraul U lb tuoil raluabb, ) Hut W Itu ThU U not UU, hut truth. One iit a felt mi well In 120 MHwH U. UMU,. rruiedy ft avUtlN S( ' yaw frM ml K mf twltr b.Ur, a rliMueiftaJt m .Mb u Ultt-- a watl UTW pilimi ti Unmatured ovule of a common logu oio. To be hl of all druglsU. Sea comiltla ru re ami U worth f30 n hotlle to operations. lugersoll started all this for coiuuwpt'ou ralaut- tor ailo bjr IVuiij & lit. iwc.. hm. of tWt.OtaWb put i iH..uu. mU iu lwUr , yi,lf. Ml ltkUti, 4i M VIBU ft. SMITH. PrMl. Ln4A-4- . miaous plant."' any cue that liaa liio catarrh," AUilrr. blaufoid, aud W. M. Weber, Ml. Veruoii. trouble. advertisement. M'ROBERTS&STAGG House Stanford, Ky., d ms ds, H. G. RUPLEY, - isa-kin- MKRraiAlVT.VATIaOIt, .. Stanford, Kentucky, W 1111 a a vr Ucd JkVl))WlL - a" o. bath-house- s SITIiLIBIXalEI! ia:jLK;3srEss shop, mIsFl Ky. iCs ffMBS COAL! T. NUtftfEIMEY, "old-time- HEADQUARTERS W. H. HIGGINS f Farming Implements, one-hors- Sholf Hardware, Iron, Spokes, Horse Shoo Nails, Buggy' Shafts, Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking Valley Corn Shelters, tight-fittin- broad-brimme- d Evans' Corn Drills, Hand Corn Jrlanters, sun-ligh- t. Uami'-Mki.tin- camp-meeting- The Interior Journal Steam Print Office does all kinds of Job "Work neatlyand cheaply. Try us. w: P. Walton, Prop'r. STEAM PRINTING con-vi- high-schoo- camp-meetin- two-flll- --- " " u-t. J , "?. - ji-ar- J - I,..! tutr. Wm. Henry Ostbander, who mur- Tueday Moniiitg, - August W. r WALTON. 14, 1883 EBITOR fur tlio benefit of tlio Federal gOTcrninont Is much too heavy and ought to Ixj reduced, tho following frora'tlio New York Herald abundantly prove : An analysis of tho national debt as prepared shows it amounts to $1,884,171,727,0(1 which thoannual in- That luxation , The President and every member of hla cabinet are off junketing--, but things at Washington seem to get on "without them pretty well. A teriffie hail storm which covered the ground to a depth of fife feet, fell near LAND. STOCK AND CROP. "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," Dei Morris, Ta , a few daya ago, so the For Hale 330 ewes. 31 miles ftom telegraph aaya. LANCASTER, KY. A poatofllce has been established at Hustonvllleat Slagg & Rohon's Chas. Butler, of Bourbou, sold 20 Cummins, Whitley county, Ky , and the poatofCce at Sug, Tike county, Ky., haa mule to W. W. Qsy at $175 per head. I have 120,000 first clan shingle for GEO. 1). BUHDETT & CO., been discontinued. LiwreDce Landingham, a fireman, put sale. B. Q. Pennington, Stanford, Ky. B. M. Burdett, , haa bought over Propriety t. hia head out of the cab window at Emi nence and waa struck by a passing train 5,000 bushels ofwbeat in Garrard at $1. John M. Hall sold to J. D. Pritchelt, and fatally injured. 12. Members of Congress are charged with of Garrard, 31 wethers, 108 lbs., at 3 cts. Aa A faithful chronicler of passing A Warren county farmer, say the Ga Ilomo&opnUilc 1'liislclan, Misting to lobby through the Texas Paevents, it becomes our sad and melancific Kailway charter, for which they were zelle, raised an average of 33 bushels of DANVILT.K, - - KENTUCKY. wheat on G7 acre. choly duty to break to our readers as to receive $1,000,000. The 2 o'clock expresM killed two cows lleililsote, I'leuieDi Haute; olEra off. Crnlrsl Ihomaa Dean, or .Mercer county, pn gently as possiblo a bit of intelligence slteutlon taillMurof voiueu NL lUnk. In the penitentiary in 18S0 for a twelve for Dr. Pellii and a calf for Wm. F. Ken and children rlretl.l put eighteen irsra. (ICJ-Iwr tlis that will cast a gloom over tho entire years term for murder, has been pardoned nedy Friday morning at Crab Orchard. community, and if it has tears to shed J. E. Clay bought a yearling merino out by the Governor. will shed them now. Have the In Official returns from 55 counties J. W. Schae. of Louisville, a brake- - buck In Texas, which sheared 1G pound of I havo been diansscalped our beloved president as reported and they show, Bourbon Lstsof Cbenault, &Trrtnr A Co., SLolorJ, Ky., man on the L. & N. road, fell from his wool. It cost $75 and freight. with ho roamed tho vast wilderness of the Knott, 77,721; Morrow, 49,845. In train near Bowling Green and waa crushed News. &. CO.. M. A pair of 15 hand mules at $31250, West? No. Has Freddie Gebhardt theso same counties, in 1879, Black- to death by the wheels. old for Importers anj Jobbers of Pry flooji. Notion., ie., blown out his alleged brains because burn received 75,090, and Evans 47,- The steamship City of Rome arrived another at $340 and a large 637, MV, 611 Main turret, Oor. rllatb, tho Lily is no more? Again no. C8S. Seventeen other counties havo at New York from Queenatown Friday, six $225 are some of the many mule sale reLOUIHVIL.L.IC KV. ported In the Bowling Green Gazette Neither has Blackburn broken his arm been unofficially heard from, which days, twenty hours and thirty minutes out, Twelve jackasses, Imported for breedthe fastest time on record. while turning tho crank of the pardon run Knott a majority to 30,441, a net The Telegraphers atrike still continues ing purporses in Kentucky, arrived at New mill. Something worse than any or democratic gain over 1879 of 1,786. but some newspapers claim tbat its back- York from Marseilles, France, last week. Oacar Tho remaining forty-fiv- e all of these has occurred: counties gave bone haa been broken without accomplish- They are a choice lot, the least valuable W "111 now psy special attention to being, worth $180. Wilde, the rcsthetic daraphool, landed in that year 15,202; so even if there is ing any good to the workers. CmiNIHXVCJ.- Morgan A Cliinn's Leonatua haa gone WOUHTOJI Before Oorernor Blackburn, of Kenon bis return to this country, Satur no gain, Knott's majority will be Ws promise to gits utlifulloo, and wben Julrnl lame at Monmouth Park, and it seems tbat will for day. He couldn't stay away. No 45,000 at least. Whero tho devil is tucky, goes out of the pardoning busineu his retirement will be permanent. He was slttitrgit l'ateut Flour unt.Wheat. Can rati boiled or unbolted we hope he will pardon us for saying that llft-- t MeALINTKK A NAM.CE. place under the suu is so green a pas- Bill Bradley? It would have been the most promising three-yea- r old of the Cincinnati Paper. he haa overdone it. Morrow had ture for him and no where else would better for brother-in-layear and hia owner had refused $10,000 At a reunion of Confederate eoldiera at people tolerate his foolishness, much ho gono to Colorado months ago and Raltlgh, K. C , Friday, 7,000 were present, for him, so It is aald. John II. Bell sold to Rus Wilson 39 never havo discovered tho maro's nest including Governor Jarvis. An address less pay to sco him act it. fat ewes, averaging 1 13 pounds, at 3 cent I will stand tlilt Una jouog bull at my I'laee, ho did at Frankfort. waa delivered by Senator Ransom. nur Stanford, at There will bo fewer republicans in A negro porter on a Cincinnati South per pound, and to George Pugh 25 late $2.50 to iHHiirc n Cult"! Jefferson Davis has written a era train waa ehot and Instantly killed at Iambi at $3 per head. Mr. Bell bought of the next Legislature than last Bession. wllli long article in reply to an essay by Sadieville Friday by a worthless character Robert II. Nutter 30 hogs, averaging 190 Mooerdu V.llco It parted Ktitcl.Ur-17- k'nlchlle Itbr The Home will stand : democrats 8G; Wood.' Cku. It. U. A K pounds, at 5 cents. Georgetown Times. 4t JIMS 31. StelttHlKIl t.S, Jr. Senato, democrats Jeremiah Black anent the insido his whose name ia unknown. The marshal is republicans 11. The Agricultural Bureau crop report after him. 33; republicans 5. One of tho impor- tory of the secession. Ilourbou County for July fixes the area of corn planted at Two masked highwaymen attacked the tant duties of tho Inxly will bo the Davis takes issue with Judgo Black Wells Fargo Kxpreea between Ashfork and 03,30 1.CS5 acre. The average condition election of a U. S. Senator to succeed from first to last, and aims to provo the crop ia put at 83 against 82 last l'rescott, Ark., killed John Collins, the ex- of Gen. Williams who, wo understand, that had tho Federal administration press agent and both the stage horses, and July, 00 in 1831, and 100 in 1S80. The TlietGlU Increase of acreage over last year ia !!, Agiltulluril Annual Fair of tho liourhuu C'oudIt w III bo beld at I'arlt, claims that ho has a majority of tho taken a conciliatory plan of action at secured $3,200. Kr.. IKlanlngHcpteiuber 4tliand rontlnuliigfitnilart. 500,000. t A wonderful cave, of unknown pro 17.0(H) I. mora pledged to him. Tho tho initiative ho dreadful war could New Blind I N.wXIaUrtt or lbs brtt nilMuUnTracka In tbo Htatrt Iu Une PULASKI COUNffr other candidates aro Jno. G. Carlisle, nave ueen averted, in several pas- portions, containing a lake and water fall addition Iu tbe regular thus rlugi far duck, Ibere will bo two Irott neb daj. Location ol ground, Somerset. sages of his articlo, Mr. Davis is se one hundred and fifty feet high, haa been James A. McKenzio and J. C. S. all tbat could I drlrrd-aral- bl Irom all discovered at the base of Lookout Moun polnlt bjr rail. Kloral Hall wlili Iu utualatUae-llou(From lb Iieportcr.) Blackburn, besides many others too vere upon Judge Black, so specifically tain, below Chattanooga. Tbe KtnluckT t'entril llallruad and braorli- The are on a atrike. es will run tptclal trains at. eieurtlon ralea.i Kn sovero that the latter gentleman will numerous to mention. arncu Three hundred aud sixty Mormon Another boy at O. II. Waddle'. It la wauce io punracM Augim am. Ian, addrcn tboHoerflarr. no doubt mako rejoinder. Both men missionaries have been sent out from Bait only the seventh. J, W. miUUBON, t'retldent. PiiEsiDENT Arthur is getting along W. A. PAUKKK, Hecrctarr. ICJHenry Artman haa sold hia brick swimmingly with tho Indians. At being intellectually poweriul, their Lake City thus far this present year. One e to McBeath & NorfJeet for essays furnish fine and interesting hundred of this number have been assignFort Washakie, 500 Shoshone and ed to the Southern States. of $4,000. Arapabo warriors visited him and ho reading. A great many Western Union TeleLee Holler and two sons were tried or Tiia- made them a speech which two of the Tun Naw York Sun calls attention graph wires are being cut and the Com- Saturday for killing Flynn and were dischiefs responded to. A handsome iro- to tho fact that tho negro voters hold pany lays it upon the striking operators, charged. JHeKINNKV OKMCTKItY CO. Farmer are alarmed at the prospect ny was presented to him for his daugh the balanco of power in the States of but they claim that it is done by the Com1. P. H. Jones. (1. H. McKlnner and K, U Tanner hats ter by Sharp Nose and other members Now York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, In- - pany to create a public feeling against of the corn crop. The tobacco crop will corporatod aaaurlaied tbemaeltes togelber at an In compaujr lur tbo purpoM of bujlng, be very light. inauaglog and coulrollng a cemetery Iu be located of tho presidential party received gifts. diania and Connecticut. That is to them. tulles fruui McKlouey on -- There are about Cfly licensed saloons about ono and The last Congress passed a law relbs MlddLburg turnpike. A war dance for the president's espec- say there has not been an election car- quiring the publication of the Government In this county, and Wayne is said to be t. Tbs geueral nalurs of tho lucororallon tball ial delectation was given aud afforded ried by the republican party in any of pensioners. It will cost $57,000 but will well supplied with the spirit. bs lb purcbaaa and Iniproreiuent of grouudafor cemetery purpows and tbe aals of burial Iota theremuch amusement. theso five States during the past thrco probably result in the detection of several A man was murdered near Monlicello, in. 3. Tbe amount of rapllalitock It to b not leu years which would not have been lost thousand who are receiving twnsiona fraud Thursday evening for two hundred dol- than tbroo bundrnl dollars (1300), to bt paid Iu Bi.ACKHUJW and his little lars. Both parttea were strangers. Further wueu.TerrniuCTicu vj mo uirociors. 4. Tbo Incorporation tball comments on the 2d Nuckols, are preparing to have a had the negro voters voted tho demo ulently. At Monroe, Ga., Mr. James A. Ray has particulars not learned. IxrofJuIr lmi'i. big blow-o- ut at tho inauguration of cratio ticket. 6. The atf.l rt of the Incoriioratlon a rs to bo eon- agulnat the Western Union for entered auit Dried apple are selling at four cent ducted by tbreo director!, tbe Drtt election of Proctor Knott, but if tho governor-ele- ct wiiomanaiibsbtld lueundty orjulylsal and Si'EAkinu of the Dorsey means of failure to deliver a message apprising him per pound. Year before last 1,300,000 lbs. thereafter the director) bo elected art tbo is the manner of man we tako promoting an election the New York of the dangerous illness of hia wife. By were shipped from the county bringing a Unt Monday In July in ererytofifth year, lbsonelections to b wads by lbs of tbo ttock him to bo, he will like Govs. Pattison, Sun says: For this sort of politics we the delay he did not get to her until after revenue of $C0,00O. The crop this year ia company. C. Tbo Incorporation It not to Incur an very fine. of Pennsylvania, and Cleveland, of have no feeling but scorn and hatred. her death. liability beyond tbreo hundred doLocal option waa again carried in The Pulaski County Teachers' Insti- llar. New York, discourage all such useless Wo would rather bo beaten forever 7. Tbs capital ttock tball b divided Into shares Richmond but the whisky men claim that tute will be held Iu the chapel of the Ma- ofru. expenso as tho pay of tho State Guard than use such means. Turn out ras 47 illegal votes were polled by men whose a. filiate properly It loba oieuipt from corposonic building, commencing Monday, Aurate debts. it, H. JltXKS, for several daya will incur. cals I Clear out tho den of thieve I sole claim to vole, lay in the fact that they gust the 20lh, and continuing five days. eJ.H.M'ltl.WKV, K. .. TAXNKtt. lM owned Iota In the cemetery, which ia inside Prof. A.W. Mell, of Glasgow, will be Klizibeth-t)w- n Tlio republican party must go In anguish of spirit, tho of the town limits. present and conduct the exercise. News exclaims, "When will tho Wr were iu error whon we said A correspondent, writing from Mobile, Very Low Rates. pardon mill cease to grind?" At 12 that Col. E. Polk Johnson is a candi. aaya there ia not the slightest chance of the DuniNO the continuance of the Southm,, September 5th, whou a statesman date for Assistant Clerk of tho Lower republicans carrying any southern states at ern Kzpoalllon, at Loulavllle, Ky., (comAt Admlolatratort with will annsiod of Jackaon He the next will relievo tho poor, sickly seulameu-talUt- , House of tho Legislature. will on h'UlltA It is for however, Preatdenlial election.gainedthinks, mencing August lat. and continuing 100 niient, dreeatid, wsat bli late re.Uei.ee In 1.u H 1HHU, SKIT. Ky. tell bia sutlrs eilate, real aud some daya), the LouIatllleA Nashrille that the parly haa d who for four yean has douo all tho Chief Clerkship CO., ho asks this that any couilitlugof of In his power to disgraco his positiou time. But it is all the same. He shall ground In the south, and ought to fight for of ita will sell Excursion Tickets from for OB AtHtKH noar two tracta of land. Ono tbs (llitui Church aJJololu station to Louisville at ono fare more. land of Altwrt r)mlth,lh Logan brother!, Ueorga and bring tho lawa of our State into havo that and any thing else he wants. Judge Richard Reld, of Mt. Sterling, the round trlu. Theso rickets will be on Logleuiin aud Win. McAfee; Mid l:nd it rich, Um and a member of the Superior Court, has sale ererr day. from LAN. stations and wtU.lt well feucod. well watered aud In a bUu . disrepute. Gov. Blackburn must go. .l-a cuuiTsuou. allowing will From all that wo cau learn, and announced himself a candidate for Judge to be good louajs, repositionample time uaiooi othtr, th homo tract, containing II 10 Tbo Praise tho Lord for Itl ever held Tisit the ureatesi (.'MjVM.alluiUonbolh aides of tho Uuculn is a good deal, tho Louisvillo of the Court nf Appeals to succeed JuJge In the South, and second only to th Centhat sod Uoylo T. i". iuwu.o billet iroui nauvill aud h said that under Blackburn's papers are doing some tall lying about Hargts. It la said that Judge Beckner, of tennial at Philadelphia. and 2 miles from bbelby and Junction C'lllet, bit on Itagood tubitaullif frania dwelling ot aaren rule, tho assistant secretary of Stato the Great Southern Exposition. It the Winchester Democrat, Is also a candi aod roouit, good barn, granary, rarrlags-boBuctlen's Arnica Salre. date. otber Decenary bulldlngt alio a good orchard. recieved from 810,000 to 820,000 year-l- y may be a big thiug after awhile but at Tbs ireaUtt medical wonder of lb world. War- - Tbla tract It all tuMeptiblsofcultWatlou aud It Alf Doyall, a near rdative of ex Gov tntly adapted to lb raiting of corn, wheat Ae., for tho four years bo has served a present tho oxhibitiou is ontirely on ernor Smith and Boynton, of ranted to tpeedlly curt Uurnt, Hruleca, Cuts, UU and It alto a grating larin, bat on 111 li.Trr.fill- riles, lugtprlogt, It well fenced aud wllluiaksa detlra-bi- s cars, Salt Ubeuu, I'eier Mores, Cancers, Georgia, has been sentenced to hang at Cbllblalut.Uorui, Tetter, Cbapd Handa and all long suSeriugcoun try. Pardoning pays paper. home for peraoai seeking one. Griffin on the 17th of September, It la a akin erupllont, guaranteed to cur In stery at 82 a clip aud if he haa not already PERSONALTY. or money refunded, A pultire cur lor Governor Knott's majority will pity lor him that either is not governor divided with old Luke, who gets only l'ile. 2Sc r boi. For aals by 1'tuny A ilcAI. Tbs personally roualiti of 6 cowl, 1 joke oien, I reach 45,000, a gaiu of 2,000 or 3,000 now. He might ataud some show of a liter. bull, 2 yearling belUrt, 1 buggy bone, 2 brood 85,000 a year, bo ought to do so by all over Blackburn's. Who says Billy pardon. wares, M bead ol yiarllng uiuln, 4 large Druggists. means. O'Brien's circus, on the K. O. extensboul Bradloy was not iu the employ of tho sion between Richmond and Paris, ran Mmri. I'enny A McAlliUr are slwsjrs albs to buggy, 41 brad of bogt sndlbs V. IOJiihoahvjaleo I II, T. I'. aereral shares Iu Tin: Fraukfort Yeoman says that to teturs uo democrats, us wo kinder iutimated at into a freight train near Rennick Station their Lul dim, and spartheir paint Tbsy bars th Itoad , firming ulentllt, 1 wagon, 1 ueilofSTcrjr urllcle Iu tins. Blackburn discharges his duty "aa 1 wheat drill, I Oborne reaper, 2 harrows tho start. Sunday morning, ainaahlng both engine lbs sgency for lb teUbralod Vr, King's God gives him to seo it." A very Ae. 40 seres of com la almk, but injuring no one. The circus Mow VlKurery for Contumplion. Th ouly tor. Terms liberal and will U mads known on diy ol tadly, lilt poor diagnosis of tho ctuo. His eatan- National Banks aro showing signs train was carried back to Pari and didn't talu cur for Coniuuptloo, Cought, Coldt, Uoarts- n aiiouaK airi:xn, bcu, Atlbus, Hi Fsrer, Uroucbllli, or any io majesty is the governing spirit and of weakness at Boston, Indianapolis get to Kichtnond In lime for the afternoon of tbo Throat and Luut. Sold oo a potlllr J.H.ailK.N, and other points and a pauio is feared, performance. ke aloue "gives him to tee it." Amlnlilrslort, guar antes. Trial Uoltlta Ires. Itegulsr tlas, II. 33.000. - terest chsrgo is As the estimated population of tho country on July 1st was somewhat moro than C 1,000,000, tho debt per capita is 828.11, and tho interest charge only 95 cents. Thero is no other nation outsido of tho despotisms of tho cast that can show such a relatively light burden of debt. If every man, woman and child wcro to set asido each day the sum of nino cents, al tho end of onoycar a fund sufficient to dischargo tho whole debt would bo collected. But there is another side of this ques tion. Sinco 18CG, when tho debt had reached its highest point, 2,773,230, 173.C0, moro than $889,000,000 of tho principal of tho debt has been redeem- cd, and interest charges amounting in all to 81,805,130,130.75 havo been paid, in addition to all tho current expenses of tho government, which havo !ecn by no means small, and nf late years have embodied much wasto and extravagance. Havo not the present generation paid their sharo of tho debt, and is it wiso to continuo high war taxes in a timo of peaco? As it is now, tho only way to dispose of the surplus revenue is to apply it to reducing tho debt, unless Congreoa throws it. away on jobs. Why not abolish the surplus revenue? dered hi brother at Utics, New York, wsj bne of tho few gentlemen who go hence by tho hempen line that failed to claim that ho coul d read his title clear to mansions Ih the sky. On the contrary, he steadily refused to accept tho ministrations of the preachers, saying, "I gucis I'll worry along aj I am." Observing the vast crowd irom bit window, which had assembled to pay him the last tribute of respect, ho yelled out to them: "I'm going to lx hung at 10 o'clock and tho gallows is ready in the yard. I'll walk out by and tell them to cut tho rope. I'll go in n minuto, and in a plump to It wheelbarrow, too, and tho man who cuts tho ropo will bo in h 1 to meet mo." And yet tho poor fellow had about as much show for tho promised land as any of tho rascals who dio claiming that thoyaro going straight homo to Jesus. Thero is en tirely too much of tho latter busincsn in hangings. If a murderer can gel to heaven so easily, tlio bnlanco of us ought to oven without a profession. 1 ArrF.n a thorough reviow of the Postmaster General Greafeam remarks that "Southern refublicaas are damned rascal," and we are not here to deny or combat the assertion. On the contrary we would not be surprised if tho General docs not know what ho is talking about pretty well. field, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. al -(- The Kimball ltoue block at Atlanta, bftriml Siimtay, with a fetal loss of The ho4l coat 000,000, and the furniture $136,00; litraraace only $30,000. The fire Is reported to have been incendiary. The Gat City Bank building was wiped out by the flames, and the vaults contain which may prove a total loss. L1HC AST IK AnHRTMKam. H. C.HHIHHT. HU110230N BBNTIHT, LANCASTER, XT. from S Is B. F. WALTBH, I'.J. CUHRAN. OSes ever Cltltent National tank. Offlee hoars It A. M. and from IMlr. M. AnrroiirviaY At t..a,w, KY LANCASTER, In Uarrard n.l adjoining eonntles BAM M. BUHDETT, BRIGHT - WheloMnlo & AND CURRAN, HARDWARE J It cost the republican $100,000 to carry Indiana in 1880. The town of Vinf arJ Haren, Mis wa nearly destroyed by fire Sunday morn-ln- I. Done Jiieen Victoria says get 893,332 annu- , Los $250,000. The mortgage on the Washington the adminldratlon organ, for $37, 000 has been foreclosed. The entire 8altatlon Army waa arrest- placed in tho station-housThe New York Herald Um a atory of the discover of Noah' Ark in ono of the fastnesses ot Mount Ararat. A convention of Ohio liquor dealer waa held at Toledo, when Hie republicans of that citato were eevtrely arraigned A young man named Ollrer waa ahot and killed at G rider's ferry, on the Cumberland river, by some unknown peraon. Mr. K. R. Hayes, lload Commisaioner at Fremont, O., Is occasionally mentioned as a candidate for the United Stales Senate. Knott's vote in Louls?llle la 7,438; Morrow's 4,339, total vote for governor only 11,200, out of a possible rote of Tut: worst part ot the telegraph strike, says an exchango, is that ambitious men, anxious for further strengthening tho arm of Federal power, may mako use of this troublo to urge tho building of a government line, or find eomo way to get control nf tho telegraphic interest ot tho country, ostensible as a protection to tho peoplo from tho exactions of monopoly, but really to use it for political purposes. With such a scheme- as this, scnsiblo peoplo should havo nothing to do. The control of tho commercial and privato business nf the country is tho legitimate province and right of tho peoplo, and no man who values his privileges as a citizen should countenanco any such extensions of the govcring function. Tho government has plenty to do within the legitimate sphere of its operations, and thero is neither necessity nor wisdom in allowing ambitious men to contemplate now fields of conquest. Will prerlle i'ouog. l'reatdent or the and Uourl of Appeals. Commercial National Bank, of Reading, , It. O. KAUFFMAN, Pa, waa swindled out of $15,000 by a e.ang AlTOalNJaV At liAW, of confidence operators, one of whom repI.ANCAHTFII, KY resented himself as a son of another bank Muter OimmlMloner (larrtrd Irtull (Vurt. Will prselle In all Ih Courts or ( Urrtr.l anl sl)olnlD t. President at Reading by the name of eounlle sod In th Court of Appeal- A Bank president who I aa green as that ought to l fenced in to keep the cattle from eating him, A terrific rain, wind and thunderstorm struck Parl, Friday, and did great dam ago to the crop. O'Brien's circus exhibiting In the suburb of the town, and the tenia were struck by the storm during the afternoon performance, when the can vas tottered anil fell. One of the large supporting poles fell on Mrs. Dr. Hurst, nf Mlllershiirg, breaking one of her legs. "asp In the panic a numlier were thrown down mm and severely bruised, but the above ia the only serious accident. The circus property was greatly damaged. At Lexington a fire from some unknown cause broke out Friday In John B. Sbockency'a stable of trotting hones, the property of James Shackleford, of Richmond, Ky., and deatroyed the atable entirely, with lit contents of provender, harness and seven fine trotting horses, principally the get of the famous deceased stallion, Geo. Wilkes. The horses were valued al from $2,000 to $3,000 each. The loss will be from $18,000 to $20,000; uninsured. The stable waa valued at $500. The property of the Fair Association la fully III I.HIUHHtcritt tlio William hh1 Retail Drnlcra Ih C GROCERIES Kck-er- tlUKsKlVNWAlKl, &V. Wo run two houaoa, carry tho Largoat Btook In town; pay cash for our Roods, whloh onablon us to soil you nlonor than any ono. All wo ask i3 a trial. DRIOIIT & OUItRAN. Xjiandreth's Ctoideji 8 mm AT AND BELOW We will sell you anything in Summer Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 was 7, 10, 12. 14.j 17.50 -- In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of ur COST 1, ! - FURNITURE Don't Fasget Vbese, PsteeiBjS 1.50, 2, was $1, 1.50 2, 2.75 Slippers, 50c, 75, 1, 1.25 was l.OO, 1.25, 1.50, 2 Shoes,now 75c, Ej in:, t. sraiTir, ui BRUCE, WARREN t CO. cordingly. Children's Shoes and Slippers ac- JOS. nkvjkicanci:, ROBINSON :p:r,e:p:r,e i BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR J. TO THE PUBLIC FALL SEEDING! - Knightly. And be sure yon examine, before purchasing, our line of Seeding- Im plements, as follows: bora-elec- washer-wome- n store-hous- lick-spit- tle, 1 Kail-roa- -- The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, Agricultiir.il Society The Trump Grain Drill with Spring Seat, The Buckeye Spring Shoe Grain Drill, Articles Incorporation The Star Grain Drill, The Albion Spring Sulky Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, The Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Sulky Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, Sale of Fine Lands The Moline Sulkey Plow, The Cassedy Sulky Plow. t. -t One-hors- e abars-holde- rt Uu-col- x It This line of Implements cannot be ex celled. Witlt-Awa- s, of Fish Brothers Wagons, Webster Wagons and Columbus Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. Also remember we make a Specialty tflec-lio- 1T1-- CEO. D. WEAREN. ,ii f-- r II ,K 3 f and eyt of fervent purpose and mountain homes; or Iht fairy Island whtrt thought, how he wa only one of thousand Scott caught bis Inspiration for the fcLady like Mm, watting, In large meaturr, noble of tht Lake;" enjoying the play of cloud Adsra, onr great forefather, whodled torn tint tfO.wsi tkt fnrsnlwcf tht art of taltorlof, er live in defending Iht dtvll'i act, my In- and sunlight upon tht heather-coverelaC Us (tally of tht awallowtall of drsat coat till, rorproolof Iht latter set tht shape of a most soul was stirred, A grand fellow, mountains and having some fresh object to Tuesday MornlBg, ADgtt M, 1883 tourist feels no lit 1 In a toantrr far away from Lonlullls, Ky., la a jxrfwt stsU of Innorsnet, but netettllr, Iht throttled by theology! Not the fir it nor attract al evtry lorn, tht It Is not known how root thla tewing waa, weariness but that of exhaustion in terms molhtrolusny Inventions, mJ hint Jo torn the last victim. needed the rapid, under to express his full admiration. Exclamalong u Iht material of whleh bis garment eofitltt!. Thlrty-atvtdrive, It but It It soptnsed that It luted as NOTICE. a bright blue tky and tht peerlew view wt tion of delight gradually give place to tailoring department of J. Wlntar A Co., corner of Third and Market streets, Lonlnlllt, The date printed with your name feels jura aco th had of Edinburgh from the aummit of fainter demonstration and at laat one Ky , wss not ranch larger thsn that of "father" Adam. HUlory doea not ttll If ths latter was a "pro- oh the label ihowi the time to which "cragower brie" (hill of over the crag) on like keeping perfectly quiet the legltl-ma- tt your subscription has been paid. If sensibilities. irrMlT" tailor, tot th now ImraeniteataMlthment of J. Winter A Co, Loulttllle, Ky., proves that recoil of the way out, to dissipate the depression It dee net read Aug. 7, '83, or tone At Eskbank House a supper awaited ut, they bsT been and ar still to. In lilt they began work with fifteen journe;tnaa tallon; now they produced by the sermon, Where wt tat, fature date, you are in arrears and in the pastor's pew In the "amen corner," with a cheerful Gre In the grate telling out employ upwardiOftwohuntrl and finr.msUand femaUan.1 Ibelrinlitioti. It Is, la fact, THE would confer a favor by forwarding I could easily glance over the congregation, it welcome to the travelers. Dear Mr. Merchant Tailor MtiblUhment ol th Sooth and Weil, nnt but ont In Chicago equalling It In the money for another year'a I didn't tee a tingle cheery face, but I no- Tod broke through his rules to wait for ut, Wo muit eitabliih the sod nont listing tht number of villous stylos to sel I from. Bo tort to villi It whtn you midnight before we got ticed one lady dressed In deep mourning, and it rat nearly system. J. Winter A Co.' com lo Loulnlll on cheap ctcurtlon rales to.lb Orsat Southern Kipotltloo. with knitted brow, leaning against her to bed. Yesterday we returned to London, our second floor of Ihelr building liansipnlttonolgoods for men'a wear, arranged lor thla special object, clenched hand and looking down, down, I, AN. LOCAL TINE CARD. down, a If to sound the horrid depths of host' last act of kindness being to accom- and It may U that th great variety and low rrlrea will tempt iou to buy. J. Winter A Co. will Ihe "Love" (?) that had btreaved her. pany ua to Edinburgh and make tuch ar M r. H I Mall train colon North ... make It lo your Interest to.bny,f(Oiu.lhew and max you Ihelr cuitomer now and for ths futnrt. " Hnulh " iI m r. m Alast I knew Ihe expression of distressed rangements for onr undisturbed comfort 01 A Mouth Kipresalraln" difficulty When one they kavt your meaiurt, tnd.they keep all pier ralUina dullid lv Ibli uuiuif, Jtu 2 31 A. H, ' Norh that we had no on tbejourney perplexity loo well. n The Dalkeith meeting closed Sunday whatever In getting home. Will waited can, without an capons to you, si any tlms.tven years htnee, send lor aamplo of goodi and a night with 411 confession. About 275 for ua at King's Cross station and we were local names. acknowledged plale from which to make selection of fooda and al7la.,Thelr cutlera ar the Praise home again In half an hour after reaching children, as already mentioned. lluv 1'AlNTnof Penny A McAllster. "lcadra"ol Atandaljla. It wlllb wtlllf vou eoiaolo Loulivlll In your old clothe tobodilrtnor the LOKD for these "first frulta" in Scot- It. All well. PKAI9KTHELOKDI Nl'.'K ilojk uf birthday can! t Penny A We love Scotland and the Scotch. We go direct to J, Winter JL Co., corner of Third and Market streets, and lesra jour order lor' now suit land. The meetings, during the last week McAIIster'. al Mo were removed from "llcnnett' Closs"to the expect to return In August lo either Edin- A couple ofdajaara all they need to miks from menu's all th clothes jcu want, i'or daya joucan HtanimkIi reaily lulled Jlol it A HUkr'h. I feel sure Ihe LOKD "Corn Exchange" and we had good congre- burgh or Glasgow. and bo seen. In later yeara jou linger In lb wide corridors ol ths (Ireat Southern Espoiltlon-toa- eo Jih. IIaam Hog Cholera Cure. Penny gation. No great upheaval of the town, will send ua there. The ieople are not of pa In th jear 1SU, you taw In Lotlirllle L Varea their children-wh- it, A McAlialer o!e agent. can tell your but a very precious, if i;uIet,work of grace, the gnahing tort. Repression of full exWatciiw, Clock ami Jewelry repaired pression ol feeling it part of their educalion arawlow thalUaeemaloboaa'.nnottolakoadtantagoof Iht greal opportunity offered to see this from first to laat. and warranW.1 by Penny A MoAllaUr. Glasgow I about CO mile West of Edin- If not nature. But you may calculate eafe-l- y groat Exhibition ol the producta of human aklll; also at the aame time avail youriell of th great In(Iivim up that McllolwrU A Hln.K wake burgh, on the Clyde as the latter it on the on more than comet to the turface. And ducements fetch J. Winter A Co., corner of Third and Market atresia, holdout to prort on youths the heat BoJa Waler In Hi world. Try It. that ia better than the disappointment of Forth. The "Frith or Firth" of either, Machinr Oil, which will neither heal skill ol their cuttera and ahow bow low thsy tell goods. nor Riirn, CO cent tier Kalian. Also eilra la smpty the wide mouth of the tteking in vain for the promise of interest trained lard oil at Mcltohcrti AHlaR(V of the sea coming up to tint it only in appearance and not fulfillriver, or an arm I will open ujt fiah and oyaler market FB0FEH81OHAI, meet it, a you choose to look at It. Tht ed. "Are you going to the city?" said one regularly on the 20lh ami will keep a freah ! We wish our City Council would take Clyde runs east into the Irish Sea the gentleman to another, as the two entered and full (lock all the time. J. T. Ilarrla. which I will oin out In a few day, ion will aave money by waiting till then. W. alei . Vf. BSOWW ' to hare a new pavement put the Forth west into the North Sea, aa a glance the aame railway carriage at Eakbank. SiK M. BOaDKTT. PERSONAL whole length of Depst Street. The miser- al tho map would show; 9 out of 10 who "I am thinking abimt it," was the response of II. Iliggln. l!Tl,g.lk", c.h,rw cl ,hl f,n,u wslerlng DUKDETT & BUOWlf, coming season, I am now Ml4 MiLlillKli I.r.WI La returned that are laid in any ah ape read this will not care to glance at a map, the other, aa he took his teat, ticket in ATTOllNKYH A.T IA."V. A twtition for divorce by able old rock Divorce. f roni Parkavllle. Prepared to Receive Guests. along It make the walking disagreeable even If one is handy, and thla bit of geog- pocket. That ia aa far a a Scotchman goes MT. VEllNON, KY. r Mr. Mary A , againat her huaband, Jamea MMlwiiwiu I". HTOitr, of the Mb. Young, ha been filed. The reaaon aaaign-e- d and give the visitor a wretched imprestlon raphy will be useful to many, as ignorant in admitting anything. But back of it is a witxica a. raaaoa. I havs a corpa of trained servsnts and will b able t. w. Vinson. hern veslenUy. trly har, wa The owner of properly a I was, before being obliged to learn heart true as steel when you get to it. And to furnish U ahandnnment and we know of another of the town. T. W. ft W.E VAMNON, la hack from a vllt something about it. it is not difficult to reach after all. This Tom Mctoam-A.T ljA.Wi NHtlftiHrtory AccflmmednUSHnl aiiit on the tame ground that will be en- along it are plenty able to put down new HTANroRD, KY. I introduce Glasgow just here, because native reserve is mingled with another to Ida father' In Nicholaarllle. sttlra. To all persona In pursuit of health or pleasure. tered, provided a certain young woman brick side walks and wn hope they will be Owsley A Bon's naw bulldlog-- up quality, called, I believe, by Offico In Th medicinal qualities of the waters aro too Ml we went there on Monday, not to begin a Auk VANAiwDAi.r, of Itarrmla-bu- r, doe not toon return from Kanaaa. made to do It. peopiaor central Kentucky to M. PEYTON,meeting, but to confer with those who htd Ihe general title of "canny," which means la visiting Ml Hue Itoul. need description of properties. A'l- LAW, The rata of board willtnelr In THE absence of Judge Owaley, who corresponded with me on the subject; and that a Scotchman knows when he has a 11. Mcitoberl Aor-Ntell in that W. bo reasonable. For fuithsr MissMaky IIkohauiiii, of Nicholas, UTAH FORD, KY. Will practice In the Court, of Lincoln and ad- InlurmitlOD, ,rpr to m at Irvine, Kr. the IC C. will sell round trip ticket to the wasalck, Judge Saulley held the social John was going over to visit hi brother-in-la- good thing, as well as any man living. 1j7 Tllle, la visiting Mint Klin Kngteman. . Jf. M'HACOCK. joining counties and Ihe buperlor Court snd Court term of tho Circuit Court here Saturday, Special attention given to collection!. I)b. Andrew HrAwiKNT, of iiopklne. Richmond Fair Ihl week at $1.35. He and alster before returning to Lon- My confidence then is this, 7iare a good ol Appeals.Lancaster street. H Office on when he made an order appointing L. F. now ella ticket to Lexington at $1.40 and don and kindly invited us to accompany thing and know til I believe the Scotch Tllle, U TialllnK lit father' family, In thla ALEX. AMDEHBON, puts the traveler, leaving here at 4:45 A.M., Hubble, Trustee for J. O. Hiimber, Dr. J. him, to return to Dalkeith next day, we will not be slow to find it out. Attack a vicinity. U. Owsley, who wa appointed by the will ATTORNEY A.T X.A.W, MusraJrjiNiK Philim, of HarroJa-bur- in the heart of Lexington at 8 A. M. ThI la thought it best to do to, after asking the Scotchman's theology, with only the offer DANVILLE, KY., refusing to serve. He also refused to acand Mattle Dinwiddle, of Ilustonvllle, the aame fare charged by the C. 8. but that LOUD about it. of another theology in exchange and you Will practice In lha Court of Boyle and adjoining eountloa and in tho Court of Appeal. road net you down a mile or more from cept the trust for Thomas H. Saundera and An hour and a half's run brought us to shall find htm clad In armor of "triple are visiting Miu Annie Dunn. Mr. Ja. Fish, of Missouri, who had qualitown. J. D. FI8II. Ovriw) to the) tick nei of Mian ileisie Glasgow, about 11 o'clock. Uro. John and bras." He is orthodox to the core. But E. H. BURNSIDE, fied aa hia guirdian, was given the control KruiNKl. Judge T. I Hill, Jr., haa of hia funds, which were ordered to be his wife, Miss Edith Piper, Marie if you will give him some real advantage And Muter Commissioner llockeaaiie Circuit Court Lytic who waa going with them, Mr. and MT. VEllNON, KY. and myself constituted a party of five. in exchange, be will be the moat reasona Mr. KohertH. Lylledid not gel oil to reaigneil the office of 1'olice Judge and the transferred to that State. Will practice In the Uockcaitl Courts. Collec11M) Tnis Old Woll - Known On arrival we found ouraelves in crowded ble ol men. What cans he to exchange tions apeclaltr. Office In City Council haa appointed. Squire W. II. Kanaaa. Motol Maintains DEATHS Mil. J. ItoYl.E Hkad haa rented the Caraon to (III the vacancy. The appointment ttreett, filled to overflowing with visitors a logical ayatem for another, however plaus I.EE V. HUFFMAN, High EoputatioD, DliiWJC by Dr. Logan, and I an admirable one, a! nee the Squire ha houae now occup-leiTybff. Of Flur, on the evening of to the Annual Fair, a midsummer holiday. ible? His own haa ttood the teit of ages STANFORD. KY. South aid AND will, we are glad to aay, move hither In a in hi 21 year o( consecutive lervlceaa the 13lh, Itev. W. T. Tyree, aged about 60. Elbowing our way, we reached the counting-- and perhaps is better than any, It baa OSes Mvitr IToUL Mala Street, two doors above th of Hunter, Barr & Co , wholesale turned out giants in past day, or if in spile FuraNltroua Olid Oat administered whsn re few day. Juiticeof the l'eace, gotten to be a better When taken sick Mr. Tyree waa engaged in room Iti Proprietor ii Determined that quired. of the a meeting at Concord Church and he manufacturers of various articles of wear- of St, yet connected with ll. An "opinion" J. A. Kl.rrT, Chief Clerk of Crab Or- Judge of the law than it. ouau do Becona to bo Uonntrv Hotel in the State in it Pare, DR. W. II. PENNY, chard Springs, waa here Saturday. He tawytr. He will return from Louiaville therefore died almost In harness. He was ing apparel, one of the proprietor being therefore will not upset him. But a livAppointment!, or AttenDuntlHt, above mentioned. We ing, loving Jesus will. His own dead ortelle ua that over 100 people are now at In a lew day to apend the btlance of hi a ratlve of Clark county, but epent the the brother-in-lation to Comfort of UWilLLV STANFORD, KENTUCKY. daya with u. that charming reeorl. greater portion of hi life in Madison, were to go with him at 3 r. M. 12 miles out thodoxy will be an ally of the Savior when Office hour their Guests. Office over Bobt. 8. Ly tie's store. Miwu Mattik, Hannah ani; Mit-tiwhere about ten year ago, he began to of town to a place heretofore described, to once revealed. And so we look for great from 8 to It A. M. and I to S p. u. Anesthetics ad A few daya A Anotiii'k HoasicTiiirr. Crow, daughter of Mr. O. J. Cioer, ago, Anderson Nunnelley bought a good preach, and since then he ha labored hard tpend the night. The interval we spent in things in Scotland soon. Pray for us that mlnlatered when neceaaar y. gag will b eoavsred to and from the depst free orchard. Special acrommodatloaa to for Ada, O, where they will looking horae from a hid looking man foi In hit Master's cause. He wa an earneat looking over Mr. Hunter's establishment, utterance be given, That is all. Utter leave to Commercial Travalsra. The liar will be almost deserted for the holidays; and in ance In the Spirit's power. We want no enter the Normal School. alwaja sappllsd with th ekoteeat $55, and It waa only in hia poaaemlon man and In some communities did a vast braads ofLlaaora and Clcara. Mb. J. U. Oll.KrasoN leAvea He married a Mi-- s Wills visiting Glasgow Cathedral. This later, of more. ome- -t houra when It waa claimed and amount of good. I will I would like to write more about the- building teach a day school for (Iris In the Springs row for Glasgow, Scotland, to take young proved aa the property of the widow While In Clark county, and she with four daugh- the very existence of which I waa not beIn Crab Orchard, Tods, for my heart la full of the kindMr. Ibbin home, who came here seeking head, of Ml. Vernon. The man waa aa ters, two married, and a eon are left to fore aware, ia one of the wonder of the dear Ibey have shown us. uut it would on new 1883. British Isle. The Presbyterians, of the I irrieve them to see it in print and I for Befclianliis!rfoHilAy,Oct.l, health, but ha grown worae. mourn a loss that can never be repaired. rerlaineil to be Champ Hlalt and he la I continuing la representing but it I bear, havinc perhaps allowed love and And comnetert 8 months. one will bo assisted bj Miu A. (1. Huffman an Instructor In six Scotch establishment, hold it now, two teachera. aa of alender build, of about 135 lb, His death occurred at Dr. Sproule' or gratitude to trespass upon the domain of music, tor further particulars, terms, Ac, apply the Interior Journal at Ml. Vernon thla weight, had light muatacbe and had very mile from Hustonville, the attack being very ancient, thoroughly HMSS rAUlilNts Miunvni already. The LORD to fsr restored, with marvels of pillars and stain- good taste loo will Silver Creek, Ky. week. We truil the good eople will rebe elad if all who love tore eyea, compelling him to wear goggle. so severe that he could not be taken home. bless them. I turn him "Jead loaded" with ducats. Tyree had recently joined the Knight ed glass and exquisite stone ceilings and us will love them too. Mr. He la alnut 35 yeara of age. Mil. Oro. II. Hruck ncelveil a teleif We besin at New Bouthftate of Honor from which hi family will draw thrilling legends of early Scotch history HoMK Aiiain. Hiram Illatl, who left $2,000, and It will be a most acceptable clinging to every nook and corner in a the LORD will. Ever in Jeans, evening saying that liia brother-Igram laat Geo. O. Barnes. ST. ASAPH, law, Mr. Oeorge Drown, waa dying ut rather abruptly a few year aito, wa a Adjolnlor tho town of IrdforJsTlUe, Marlon FORMERLY help In their condition. Iter. J. M. Bruce wonderful way. .hnnif wV. rflntini -.....,,.-,.- , - ilfl AerrM ot ,well Im ... on Satunlay' train bound for lit At 3 o'clock we went out by rail to an Pittsburg, in Laurel county, and he went Thousands Say So. uvi pronei lanu; goou uwciiaug will preach the funeral sermon at Huston lilt hill lil as the "Orphan father' at Crib Orchard. Mr. Hlatt wa ville thither on the mill train. Mr. T. W. AtVIni, Olrard, Kansas, writes "I MllirV ihrubberj; flfUrge yard around th house. after which the remains will estblithment known ty of Homes of Scotland," of which Mr. Hunter never besllate lo recommend jour Electric Bitters Also mlloa from Dr. C (1 Ukaiiam, who will celebrate charged with murder and waa under hall lie brought here for interment. Acre a of Timber Land, Call on or Having- had this Hotel Farm, haa temporary charge in the absence of to my customers; they give entire aatlilactlon and addrelawhich I will sell very cheap- Ida VHlh birthday In October, waa here Sat- for $3,000 hut he failed to appear at Ml ll.l'OOf., Dlltera are the purest ar rapid sellers." Elnctrlc RELIGIOUS. h vrauiorusiiue, jvj lftMf Mr. Quarrier, the founder. Mr. H. urday, looking up apecimen for hia uium. Vernon when hi case waa called and the known and will positively cur and best medicine From basement to garret, Hit grandItev. H. C. Morrison went to London been associated with the enterprise from ila Kidney and Liver Complalnta. Purify lb blood uni. lie iiemi aa active aa when we firat bond waa declared forfeited. father Mr. Hiram Itoberte, wa hia bond. yesterday to assist la holding a protracted inception, taking charge of the finances and and regulate the bowels. No family can allord to evident pride In knew him and tale iHtCHd to Keep It Ih Ntrlclly Flret-ClRkeeping the accounts. It is a pet charily be without them. Thej will rave hundreda of Maimer, thai he haa outlived three thouaand man and he ucceeded in getting the Gov- meeting. dollara In doctor's Mils every year. Sold atWca And leave nothing undone that will add to th. ernor to remit Ihe State'j pirt of the fora with him and well may be. The whole bottle by IVnny A McAlliter. Joseph commenced million of people. Iter. 1 :'.! deliver Ice every morning -- Mixim John M. Myfr, fleorge T. feiture and now we suppose lie haa pardon- meeting at the Huatonvllle Preabyleilan thing I run upon a "Faith" basis and COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. HlgKinWhatn, John J, Tale, eherilT of ed lliatt. He I looking well and i the church Saturday night, and will continue funds come in answer to prayer, as at Mr. SEW ADTKUTtSEXEHTS. ONE CENT PER POUND, AT Mueller's Orphanage, at Bristol. The syslloyle, (lerrard and Caaey cotintie reapect-Ively- , laei man oue would pick out of a crowd aa it this week and next. ItKVT. Ko prnratlm Eld. J. G, Livingston haa closed an in- tem here is, however,diflerent, the children met our aherilT, J. K. Mencfee, here a "bid un," a be ha a good eye and a Ar offered or can anoru Accounta that, th lathe lib inyrjfMfiiroriiiirk Aa long aa aa present stock lasts. Afterduo atLake Uh4 Ico aa low t teresting meeting of one week at Lawson's being gathered into "Homes," where a I'eiViSlllt'M In if any fabric luiuiraVr SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS yenterday and counted the vote for Stale miling countenance. close of each month. 1SwMt t patronise I have At JUIluiuit. Stanford, May 7. Senator. They gave MaJ Kigney the cerIt. K. It A It HO IV. ToNICE 8AMme, asBOOMS,every coavenleuee,auch Half. HruiNos. The town girl and School House with seven additions. Steps "Father" and "Mother" are at the head of Ac', for their uae. as W.K aULabllib10Uyeart.. SuU by ail tificate, but ll doc not follow by any man.SUUuacn ft Vw AkI' other, who are apending a week or two at are belug taken for tbo erection of a house a "household" numbering 30 orphans. This gives advantages that are lost when hunner of mean that Capt. Hoone got the pre the above famou reort, are jiut having of worship al that place. Baggage Transferred to and from IIOSLEY, T. niium. Ker. Mr. Ilrock, of the Methodist dreds nre crowded together In one building. the blggeat lime imaginable The realraiut the Depot free of charge. QlKluaacaU. W.N. 1'KANCIN. of home life la in a degree laid aalde and Church, fell from his horse while trying to At present there are 12 houses, built at an LOCAL NATTERS. House Painter & Paper Hanger the Utile dene abandon themtelve to all ocn a gato near Mr. Jno. O. Lynn' and average cost of 1,500 each, completely fitFitUIT Jar and Can at Uruce, Warren BT AN FORD. KY. the fun to be gotten out of mountain climb waa very painfully hurt. He was taken to ted up with every convenience ard comWishing to Cloao Out My A Co'. Inn, hide and other tuch amus- Mr. Lynn', where he wa properly cared fort fur Ihe children. Two more are in Stock, course of erection. Besides these, there are ar raa Tar. K. C. mail train wai sir hour late ement. At night they dance to any kind for and Is now rapidly improving. r. THE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE TO again yealerday, hence nothing from It lias been decided to hold the Tate other buildings, very neat and convenient, of iiuprovicd muic,but on Saturday night a chapel, sealing about 400, and an infirme relait the grand fancy hop of the teaaon wa Creek Association at the I hate luetullesland best line of Furniture of I Will Sell at Reduced Rates for eunioru, as a Terr description mall held. The renowned Stanford Oicbeatra cently built on Mr. John M. Hall' land ary, where the little ones are cared for stroll through my ever exnioited in Mr price aro Cash. Tar. engine of the North-bounstore will prore. in And decidedly the Popular Route, affording, aa It the track at Stanford Junc- wa present; Dink Farmer, in hia own in- Instead of Logan Creek church, there being when sick. The premises consist of this a Csct alsoiliullir munis can bo bouffht in ihe cities. train jumped capable ol ocular demonstration. I also does, Icaa change and superior accommodations to tion yeatcrday canting a delay of nearly an imitable atyle, did the prompting; the plenty of shade at the former and none at little villsge of ttone cottages, In the midst keep on baud a lull line of Groceries, HardVLj Stock Consists of of a farm of 42 acres, with turrounding of spacious waa brilliantly lighted the latter place. The Association begin Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, hour. ! ware, Class and Qneensware, exquisite beauty, in the way of rolling and after the tlraw had been removed from Aug. 23, and continue three day. The North, Northwest and West. In fuct.lf you TllKHK la n Sunday mall service oil the landscape and clumps of forest and runcontemplate a trip In any direction, your Interest the floor and the ceiling raised a few inches, And am ready to servo funerals promolly with a L, A N. now which our citlteii can get the will b beataervea by purchulng your tickets vis nice, new uriv the merry twinkle of feet began. The BEYOND THE OCEAN'S WAVE ning waters, winding here and there. Here Canned Frulta, Saddlery and Harnett K. C. and Cincinnati. Pullman Palace) Cars; Elebenefit of If the P. M. doe not object and gant New Day Coache, and handsomely furnishwe found our wotk waiting for us. The gentlemen present were Meaar. Wm. &O.I&0. ed Reclining Chair Cars form th unequaled Ordors by ToloKraph Promptly At- he will not, of course. equipment of thla Old Reliable, thereby making children were gathered for a IUIA.1HE THXZ Drowning, T.IMIill, Jr., M. Peyton, K tonded to. Those Indebted to ut will please call and aettl a trip over thla Una ono ol luxurioua comfort ana 200 of them joytalk at 0.39, when about A Governor' llAl.r. wilt he given at K. Francia, Joe F. Water, W. II. Hill, T. pleaaure. Try It. I must have the money. 102 Siiacklkwkll Lane. fully confessed the Savior. Visiting the July!, 1883. IF. T. UKKKX. Crab Orchaid Spring neit Friday night, lUney, J, 11. Faxton, A. O. Huffman, Jr., TIME TABLE. IN EFFtC-- JULY 29, ISM. Dalbton, London, E. July l'Jth, '83 Infirmary toon after, where 8 or 10 children hia laat and Dm. Held and W. II Fenny. The when lilackburn will be given Vtar tnttrior I anchance to pose) before an admiring (T) pub- beautiful young ladle prvaent were (and No. z. No. 4. No. It. rJooiu. It waa like the dear LOKD to make were sick, the LOKD opened the way to Blue-Gra- ss I lic. of we art) Indebted to one of the prettitat of our last Sunday In Dalkeith one ol excep ointing and prayer in a most unexpected Lv. Covington. . 8 00am J WJ p u afterward " FalmoUTu DUam tttpui ......... ... It has been aacertained, we are inform, them for the Hat and their coutumea) a tional brightness and beauty. Dear John manner; andHealer. So two adult took the At Public Nale. 10 i a in 6 10 p u " Cynthlan ... . we know why we 11 It a m 6 16 p in . . Charley Hardin intllcted the blow follow: There teem to have been a pro- drove Dora hi Edinburgh Marie, Edith LOKDaa ed, that Grab Orchard Educational So Arr. 1'sj1... . 11 14 a m 0 13 p m have been tent to Glasgow. Lve. Parts.. Or- fusion of diamonda, but there alwav . .. i ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1883, that laid old man Sauiider out at Crab It was so sharply and I in the ciety. Arr. Lexlugton .. It 03 p m J IP p m .. Mrs. Klcbird Hunter is a Tod. That chard. A warrant haa or will be laatied on audi occasions, and the ladies are in cool that Mr. Tod's gray ulster was not too outcry the farm on which I reI will aell at public 15 p ... 40 p w .......... . Farla .... ... undersign.. Lie. Ulllersburg. 1. Hanfurd, liven that sltusted about a uillca " a measure excusable for their lavish adorn- much over my own spring overcoat. The mean everything that Is good and lovely, side, county, Immediately on from turnpike Lin- 8.A. Notice la herebyT. U.Wbll., the II. rJronaugn, in for Id arreat. road It. Mlddlcton, V. tho 7 CO p as " ... . .. to ua. They have three tweet little chil- coln tSUnford to t!ours.t,coiitaliilng 173 Arre, J. 1). I'eltus, Win, HUwart, W U. lMlllon, J. W. Arr. Carllilo . Misses Florence Truebearl, Vir- day before a good coal Gre in the dining-roo(com . Mayailll ... I 80 p m Wk oot the name of the boy caught ment: II haa ou It a couilortabl aud convenient dwelling Alcorn, W. K. Andaion ana jamea kim, nav dren. Homo in the west end of Glasgow. ginia, ludtgo-blucalico, diamonda; Mattle was in much requet. That is Scot13 a m 0 IS pin M of th (leneral HlatulM Lv. P.rla. all il with six rouius, a kitchen, good luin and wellwa-Uro- this dar. under L'haoter with the stolen liorac mixed. It waa " Winchester -- 11 1) p u 7 IS pru orKantuckr. eaauclal! themselves lonether aod Tuesday we were to return to Dalkeith outbulldlus. It la etccptionellr I'ey- - land in the middle of July! SO pm " Richmond I MJiU 1WPDI epriDgs. On Marahbauk who wa dtucharged and Wm. l'axlon,black calico, diamonds; Uettte tvoiuoiocorparaieu uuuer luero being 8 and here the dear LOKD gave us a treat, hundred urea of thla neverla iitllDg No, I and Iht "Crau urcnaru uucauooai in. corporal naui.ui " Lancaster 10 W pm IS 03 p u laud etrlctlr Hut Edinburgh waa In her glory and I oocieiy, wiiu lueir Drehouse who wa held for further examl-ntllo- tou, Nicholaivllle, ecru calico, diamonds; 10 33 p in U M pm Is good grailug- - altogether it la a very ex- principal place ol buslnesi st Crab Orchard, Liu Arr. Htaniord Juuc without taking ut a day from our work. residua county, Ky, farm, Tnsrt Is ou lb No, 13. which he waived and waa held to Fannie Scott, Jessamine, bright green cat am so glad to be able always to remember Brother John acted a Treasurer for Him cellent stock 100 young apple treaa luplan au orch- coin Thsgauersl nsluroof thobualueas lob trans, No.S. No. I. Noavu. full bearing t. ard of about the beautiful city a we taw It In the splen In $100, In each caw. lie ico, diamonds; Lucy Jlurton and maintenance of Ih saiuo lime and on tho prem the Circuit Court firtt-cl1'iopm tickets for a return of salert fruit. Ato'd all uiy pel soual proiwrty, con acted la lb. establishment children of both sexes Lv. Stanford June' ft a Illini school for lbs educatlou of Mother Hubbard, diamonds; Leltle Helm, dor of that Sabbath morning. I do not and procured ise will tw also S OSpui 10 in " Mniaster couldn't give it and went to Jail, or at Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. oiecrs, i ui uii, o " Richmond- -. (Slam I 00 pm ft Sip iu checked cotton, diamonds; Annie lirown, wonder that traveler pronounce it the via the Highlands and we were oil at 11 sisting s a. Th. amount of cardial stock shall bo 1 1. W0. in.) other touoir Ctll. CO well bred Ewes, x Winchester ISllll J 20 pm from the Queen' street ttation, Glasgow. good work Horso, I0beadofllog,l to be paid In upon auc! h terms aud lu aucU lnslall- Arr. Pails.- -. Tiik Catey County Stock Fair Aaaocla. red llnaey, diamonda; Cornle Cooper, cheap handsomest city in lvurom. 30 a in 3 13 pm I Jerser Waguo, a Mowing Machine and Ksrui-lomentaaa theltoardof Trusue may prescribe af was tho route: 30 miles by rail to the This 1 00 urn lion advertlaea an exhibition to commence domestic, diamonds; Daisy Uumilde, (lowImplement generally. AlmU Acreaof Uorn ter SO days' nolle and after 11,100 aball have been Lv. slaysrlll I III s is IHpiu' We iieard a sermon from Mr, Tod' " Carlisle. . 7S3 a m ou uy vi sue. subscribed by twlft in tna neld. Jvruis uiaua Known Tueaday, Sept. 11th and continue three ered cretonne, diamonda; Annie Harris, who ha pretty church of the U. foot of Loch Lomond; 30 miles pm Ulllersburg t. Th. coriuratloa aball commence thla date. 7Uni i u p iu SVSAX A. MKXKFKE. SO a hi a 13 lb articles of Incorporation having been died In Air. Ptla. day. Mr. J.lloyle Sloue I l'realdent and black velvet, diamonds; Klin Knglemati, P. persuasion In the north of Edinburgh. and tlegant steamer to the head of the 17Md tli office of lb County Court Clark of Lincoln Ltd. Lesluglon 7 Sua u 1 13 p ml. to tht foot of Mr. F.l'.Combeat, Secretary. The prem peacock aatin, diamonds; llettle Harris, His text was, "Clod is Love," and if he did lake; 6 mile by county and shall terminal S3 yeara from dat. S SO a m 1 13 p ml " Parla. ft. Tli attain of th corporation ar to be conU3a in SSI p ml. every thing uauallv black silk and velvet, diamonds, and laat, not make more of it it waa not his fault, Loch Katrine; 10 miles by smaller, but SEVENTH ANNUAL I u m Hat embrace ' t'yulhlana., ducted by a Hoard of nln Trustees, elected by th 4 33 p ml. 10 Ola " Falmouth one of aald Trustee, win led by Atr. Cuilugton neat and comfortable steamer, to Ila head; ok tiik will no but not least, the "Three ileautle of the hut shareholders, ihowu at a fair and the occaaloii - II Ila in 0 SO p ml. that of hit system. The dear man haa IhemselrMtob President thereof. Tho TrusUr ou a m, Arr. Mayaslll 00 a m doubt prove an Intereatlng one to all who Kist," Sabra Pennington, Mary lirown and a tplendid head, but what can brains do 11) miles by stsgt coach through varied shall b.elccle-- 1 anuually ou th Srst Saturday la No. ULi.Ui theiuoutbof June, and th Srat eWcllon aball be No. H Lv. Maystlll. p1 10 a m, Arr Lax. HUiu attend. Sue Helm. They wore lowdlneu,trimmed with a Uod to defend who kills half the scenery and by the margin of smaller lakea held ou the first Saturday lu Juue. is I, until No. XI Lv. Lx. S S3 u. Arr MsjullI S SO p w to Collander, where wt strike the rail which llui Ih lncorporelore shall ahall act aa a No. SS Lv Msysilll. I 00 p m, Arr. Lx. 4 00 p m AND- -Tiik ofllcial majority for ltlgner In Ca- In crash ami were of course ornamrnteJ human race in Infancy, send all the multi- again, patting through Stirling and th No. S Lv. I'oi 3 SO p in. An. Falmouth 7 !W p ui Hoard of '1 rustee. wllhautnorlly tu eimcii ... ,...- -, ...... ..-- , toon to power rouferrcd by lb article of th lunirpora- - tr.. tey la G7, to which add 107 given him in with diamonds. The Committee of Reception form horror of sickness and pain, blight Edinburgh Richmond, uou, No.SuJ4dlly bttwteu Jally enept Ui log tou at 10.30 o'clock. Hunday. and Cuvluglou, all oilier & Th highest amount of ludsblodnoaaor liabilLincoln and aubtract 1 13 for Itoone in (iar-rar- waa couponed of Mr. and Mrs. J. K Ilruct, upon crop and disease upon the helpless Of all this, to ut, ecent of tuchantuieol, ity lo which aali corporation ahall at auy Urn and 01 in llovle and we have -- H', hi Mr, and Mr. Kohl, McAIUler and Mr. and dumb brutes, by Immediate ioUictiou or aubject ILseK shall nolticved 11.000. to I may uot writ at length. Evtry step waa Tberkvsulh Annual Eshllltlou (u.w sarins' of 7. Th privet properly of lb meuiUrsof aald exact majority, Conalderlng that Catey Mrs. Oeorge Kngleman, It waa an oca express permission. Even hell, endless upou romantic ground; where Wallace and tbK.utucky Agricultural and Mechanical Aso- - corporation shall u eieuipt from lie corporate For ticket, rats and Information perlalnlog la or .iuiwm. debts. July gave Morrow a majority of 'J7, Maj, ltlg-ne- y alon of pure delight and everybody was and terrible, is "Love" in the form of oclallon will U held lo Hue, cuuutclious, Ac. call ou or sddrraa Kob Koy and Koderlck Dbu are traced at WiloulogouTUESDAV, th. Cltr - A. MIDDLKTON, sua It. II. lIKOllAUUII, AUUUBTJS 'a vote la not ao bad In that county aa torry when the watches polulcd to the hour blessing to others, if not to the unhappy Vf R. UrKOUERTt), Aaavr. WM. bTUAKT, J. D.FKrTUti. and mountain tide; the very coutlnulug lv daya every pass ciswojj, .y. W. T R. WHITE, W It. DILLION, CaUloguis sent ou application wa at Qrat auppoaed, after he had given It of twelve and forbad a prolongation of the subject of its tortures. At I looked at the i;iot where the clans muttered, after the H.UKNTUY. 1WL W. K. ANDtKSON, JAalK4 RICE. a L. SHOWN. U.W. RENDER. J, W ALCORN. young utta with his handsome fact, broad fiery cross bad sumtuoBtd tfatw from their out that he would carry the county by 400, festivities. tfupwUuadtaL II. P, kiikiid, fcWy. Ua'irass.Airl.Af4. e M excursion on (he O. A O. K. It. from llobt. 8. Lylle. Lexington, will leave August 20th to reKnwit car aalt, Unit and cement at turn Sept. 3. It will take in Hlchmond, Old Point Comfort and Washington, all for Ilrlghl A CiuranV the sum of $13 Tick wife of Jno. O. McAlltter present Not a singlt letter from any of our cored him with a fin boy yeaterday. respondents In this isaur, a fact which la Fob Salic A handaome realdence exceedingly veialioua to u. We tome- Will aell very cheap. V. Craig, Stanford. times think that we will do away with the being ao local Tiir drought atlll hang on, the rain of grctt letters entirely, to get them a source of annoyance. laat Thursday night proving to lit but ahower. A dispatch from Lancaster ears: Two TiironoBe IJonta waa held In $WK) ball prisoners, P. Pierce, white, charged with at Danville Saturday, for pinning counter- bigamy and horse stealing, and John Harris, a negro, with buglary, escaped laat feit gold coin. night, 12th, by tawing Ihe bar of their TimrK of Lanraaler' cltliena, Meair. cells and window. Fount. Lankersley, Fmley Denny, Jck Uufman and J, T, charged with poisoning hi wife, refused to MtQucrr, are dangeroualy ill and not ex- go with them. pected to recover. O.f Saturday at 2 o'clock r. M., I will ofCnMKtndaee our handannie diaplay of fer for tale at my residence In Stanford, Qutenaware and Qlaaaware. Home very Ky , rome household and kitchen furnihandaome dinner, lea and chamber net ture; No. 1 rooking stove, Ac. A few farmllrlghtACnrran. ing utensela; two extra milk cows; two heifers; Aldernry hull; a remarkaTiir: atijierlntendent of theOxley Slave Co, at Junction City wanted to alioot T. II. bly gentle buggy mare; buggy harness; Ciraon yealerday, but changed hi notion wagon harnes and buggy, Ac., Ac, P. W. when he aaw that Caraon wa prepared to Logan. alioot too. Tiik wounded by Ihe boiler explosion at Old Aunt Amkhica, wife of Uncle Lew- - Liberty are doing well. Judge Andrew la llocker, died Saturday night ol old aire. Oibboner'a hip wa broken, Mr. JaniMOlb-bone- y waa bully bruised, Jamea Wllkenon She waa a god old woman and waa, with her luiaband, highly reapeclcil by their acalJcp severely and the negro Dick Sweenwhilo neighbor. ey considerably hurt. The pump to the boilto I In lulavllle er refused to work and while attempting Mit. I'trrtB IIamtoh laying in a full alock of harnea of every gel it to do so, the waler got low and heace dearripllnn; aiddle, brldlea, whip, Ac., Ac., the ei plosion. Nrw Fall Calicom for echool girl et Am brow 5 slo.I n - . over-taxe- i mil-nltu- d faih-Io- chlldren-perha- ESTILLSPWNGS Ul-ly- A'lTlUlNliYH .Air-L'OltrVl-J- T .......im, I MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and Propr its :n Court-hom- l HUIKJUOP. IHT, still nlne-tentb- a e 154-lj- r. y r School for Girls! nf FRANCIS HOTEL. n Farm For Sale! -iwo-iio- rj I tli Jj STANFORD, - - KY. Refurnished and Kcllttcd I a i A aay-lo- g Ice! Ice! Ice! Commercial Traveler i J. CHEAP FOR CASH. ' l70-2- ni aiut-eee- k Laii-caate- FurnlturE. LRJ. school-hous- d CINCINNATI! ball-roo- Under lakers' Good r.01ll" half-hour- 's B. K. WEAKEN. 171-S- f A Fine Farm Notice Incorporation ... .. .... phn-ton- T I o d, xebra-strlpe- a n. Wsg-o- u, g stage-coac- PAIR Kentucky Agricultural Association ia, .i:-..- ... Mechanical Special Rates EmigrtiHta. la. 171-- ICS-- lt 9 &mi-Mcc- M nitnirmnI 3C3T. August 14, 1883 AN Ol'STJiit STUDT. IwkDV into tltrntrutnrAnitmitHntitn Oytrr .Feeaf , nn.l Mnhitnlni Iltrlf, Ilalttmor flerctte. (rrrm th Tms4ay Morning, FACIAL INDICATIONS. Mental Charaetrrittlt Imtlrntni In I'nrrt, KonnJ-ojwpcrnon. nco ruticli, Hvo l much In tlio aeiica, but think loss. Narrow-oyrixrionii, on tlio oilier hand, too 1cm, Imt think mora and foci mora intensely. It will bo obncrvol that tlio otos of children art) open and round Their wholo lifo is to reocivo improv eionn. It it only when ehildhixxl ia ma turing toward man or womanhood that thought comca, if it Comes at all. Hut what is it that most leads to rcllection ? Experience, Our errors, our short comings, our failures, theso teach us to think beforo wo act, to consider each stop, to weigh every motive When, thoroforo, tho upper oyolid for it is that which has tlio greatest amount of mobility lroopi over tho cyo, it indicates not merely rcllection, Imt something painful to reflect about, Hotico tho length ot drooping of tho upper eyelid betokens cenfession and icnitenco. Tho drooping of tho hair of tho oyelid from tho outer anglo to tho center indicates tho dispo sition to confess one's fault to parents or seniors, to "father confessor," or to tho Supremo Being. Tlio drooping of the half of tlio eyelid from tho inner angle to tho center betokens a disposition to repent, and Id do works meet for ropen. tanco," Closely allied to theso signs are tlioso of prayerfulncss and humility. Tho former is indicated, by tho muscle which turns tho oyo directly upward. Thofacullyof humility U indicated by the muscle whioh turns the oyo directly downward, as represented in tho pictures ol iUadonna. Prayerfuluesi is usually largo in connection with tho sign of confession, and humility in connection with that ut penitence ; tlio reason of which is that between tho faculties of penitcuco and humility thcru is tlio same closo connection as between confession and prayer. Ono who lias moro prayer than 'humility has tho oyo turned habitually Eomowhat upward, so that tho upper part of tho iris is a littlo covered by tho upper cyo- lid, and bo as to leave a alight spaco be tween tho iris and tho lower lid. The rovcrso is true ot ono that has mora humility than prayer. Tho faculty of truth that is, tho lovo of it is indicated by tho musclo which Burroundi tho oyo, causing folds and wrinkles. Justice is indicated by tho musclo which causes perpendicular wrinkles between tho Fullness and wrinklos under the oyo, for which somo persons aro remarkable, indicato tho lovo of mathematical accuracy ; and wrinkles curved upward from tlio outer anglo of tho oyo and eyebrow indicate probity or personal truthfulness. Thcro aro thrco degrees ot tho faculty ot justice. Tho first is a kind ot exactness or strict honesty in small mouoy matters, which Bemopcoplo would call closoacss, and is indicated by o singlo perpendicular wrinklo or lino thooyebrows. Tho second ia the disposition to rcquiro justico in others, and is indicated by two perpendicular iineo or wrinkles, ono on each side ol tho center a very common sign. The third is conscientiousness, or tho disposition to apply tho rule of justico to ono'a self, and is indicated by thrco or more wrinkles or linos, especially noticeable, extending aboro tho oyobrow when tho musclo is in action. Tho lovo of command is indicated by ono or moro short transversa wrinkles across tho root ol tho nose, exactly between tho eyes. It may bo necn in great military commanders, in masters and teachers, and in thoso generally who. are fond of exercising authority. In thoso who aro wanting in power to command, and liavo no desire for responsibility thia sign is also absent. Tho faculty of command frequently acts with that part of justico which reprimands, or requires others to do right, and both together produce that frowning and lowering brow which ia so terriblo to cviWoors, Or to thoso who lovo to bo approvod rather than condemned. Phrenological Magazine. Every oyster has a mouth, a heart, ft lircr, a stomach, cunningly devised intestines, and other necessary organs, just as all living, moving, intelligent creatures have And all theso things aro covered from men's ntdcly inquisitive garo by a m untie of pearly ganro, whoso woof and warp pnt to shamo tho front laco on your windows in winter, Tlio mouth is at tho smaller end ot tho oyster, adjoining tho hingo. It is of oval fthapo, and, though not readily seen by an inexperienced cyo, its location and sizo can lw easily discovered by gently pushing a blunt bodkin or similar instrument nlong tho surfaco mentioned. When tho spot is found, your bodkin can bo thrust between tho dolicalo lips and a considerable distance down toward tho stomach without causing tho oyster to yell with pain. From this mouth is, of course, a sort of canal to convey tho food to tho stomach, whence it passes into tho intestines. With au exceedingly delicato and sharp knifo you can tnko oil tho "inanllo"of the oyster, when thcro will bo disclosed to you a spaco just aboro tho musclo, or " heart." This space is tho oyster's pericardium, and within it is tho real heart, tho pulsations of which aro readily seen. Tlio heart is made op of two parts, just as tho human heart is, ono of which receives tho blood from tho gills through a network of bloodvessels, and tho other drives tho blood out through arteries. In this impoitant matter tho oyster differs in no respect from other warm or And no ono need laugh incredulously at tho assertion that oysters havo blood. It ia not ruddy, according to tho accepted notion about blood, but it is nevertheless blood to all oyster ifltouU and purpose.. In tho turn vicinity, posiproper and in marvolously tions, will bo found all tho other organs named. But it is very proper to bo incredulous about that mouth aud organs. At first glaiico. it would seem that they aro utterly useless, for tho mouth cannot snap around for food, and tlio oyster has no arms whorowith to grab its dinner or lunch. True, apparently, but only apparently, for each oyster has moro than n thousand arms tiny, delicate, almost invisible. Aud each ono ot Uicm is incessantly at work gathering up food aud gontly pushing it into tho lazy mouth of tho indolent, comfortablo creaturo. Tho gills aro tho thin Haps so notably perceptible around tho front-lac- o part of tho uudrcssod oyster, below tho musclo. Each of theso gills is covered, with miuuto, hair-likarms, very closo together, and perpetually in motion, to and fro, in tho same direction. They catch food from tho water, strain it carefully of improper substances, and waft it upward over tho mantlo's smooth surfaco to tlio gaping mouth, which placidly gobbles it up until hunger is appeased and then tho body goes to sleep without turning over. Any ono can observe this singular process of feeding by placing a minuto quantity of somo harmless coloring matter on tho gills. If it will not offend tho oyster's delicate paLito tho coloring matter will bo seen at ouco propelled by invisiblo hands toward tho mouth and thcuco And slowly donn into tho stomach. this, ia all I know about ovster anatomy, except that tho liver almost cntirclysur-round- a tho stomach, and is of a dark green color. It may be now to many to know lhat oysters aro born precisely tho samu way the shod and other fish como lady into tho world. A oyster will lay about l'J5,000,000 eggs so it is said ; I havo not couuted enough of them to strike such a largo average and every ono of theso eggs will ultimately becomo fit for a stew or fry il thoy escape- tho multitudo ot perils thai do cUTirou tho infant oyster. d s. o , A A.VKffZA CJ AtvruWf. Probably ouo of tho meanest stage tricks that was ever played was played Mary Anderson. It will bo remembered lhat, in tho play of " Ingomar," Parthcnia and tho barbarian havo several lovo scenes, where they lop on each other and hug somo that is, not too much hugging,but just hugging enough. Iugomor wears a hugo fur garment, mado of lion's skin, or something. Ono day he noticed that tho moths wero getting into it, and ho told his servant to seo about tho motli3 and drivo them out, Tho servant got boruo insect powder and blow tho hair of tho garment full of it, and scrubbed tho inside of it with benzine, Ingomar put it on just beforo ho went on the stage, aud thought it didn't buiell just right, but ho had no tiinu to inquire into it. Ho had not got fairly into his position beforo Parthcnia cumo out on a hop, skip uud jump, and throw hcreclf all over him. She got ono luug full of insect powder and tho other full of benzine, and as she Bald, 'Wilt always lovo mo, Ingomar?" sho dropped her head over his shoulder and said in an aside "For tho lovo of heaven, what havo you been drinking?" and then sho enee zed a couplo of times. In gomar held her up tho bust he could, considering that his noso was full of insect powder, and ho answered, wilt," and then ho said to her quietly, what it is that smells so." " Dam-linThoy went on with 'tho play between snecteB, and when tho curtain went down sho told Ingomar to go out and shaku himself, aud ho did. It was no ticed in tho uuxt act that Ingomar had a liueu uUter on, uud Mary suozo no more. New York Mercury. On German scientists havo discovered, through experiment, that tho clectrio light is healthier than other methods of illumination, since it leaves tho air puicr, and that somo colors red, green, aro shown hi uu uud yellow especially moro distinctly by it than fcy daylight. UK WAXTKD " KT UASU." At a hotel on tho Islo of Wight, I sat opposite a Chicago demonstrative diamond snob at tho table d'hote. Ho was a thing of beauty in diamonds and no more. "What would you likoto'ave, sir?" said tho waiter. "Wliafch yer got?" said tho diamond beauty. "Wo havo potage prlntanler, a la Julienne; de veau avco et lueuf, Diamond beauty "Ta'as; giro us a plateful of which ever of them comes nearer to wet hash." Buffalo Exprett London letter. L1FTJXQ XUK TXIL. A superstitious pcrnon, desiring to learn leas of tlio futuro than ho already knows, visits tho seventh daughter of a seventh daughter and explains his mis-sio- u. and" detpommes daterre; rlsollcs de "I " Twonty "Tnenty francs, pleaso I " francs I That's pretty ttoep. Bay 10 1" " Hush mortal, 10 francs wonldn't pay tho ppirits for tho labor o! lifting tho veil of futurity, to say nothing of tho nud tear of tbovcl J" Freneh ex- vu-.tr iftuityt, KJfcon . Klectrio Light U a wonderful dicoverr,lut not is wonderful as Hill' Catarrh Cure. For ale by lVnnr & Mo All.ler. PniNTisu from blocks was invented thu year 1422 ; printing from letters cut separately on wood, in H3B ; Llm is divided into three terms that Maiiatlnc. No matter how jaded the constitution printing from Icttcis cut separately on l.i. h uu, which is and which will bo. may he from ditesie or excels, the Oreit inula), in 1150, printing from letters I, l us learn by the past to profit by tho (lermnn InWcorilor restores permanent it tokt in mold, in 15(L pioMiit, mi from the preseut to live ly, Bee adrertUtuieot. Fcr sale by Pen& McAlUter. ny l'e vlrluoui and you will be hippy. UtUr for tlia future. n) tout No two of us walk alike. The hinges of our gait turn tho samo way, but with different rcsulU. Tho baby strikes out n toddle because it hasn't strength enough to walk, but it has tho underlying principle of n nattrying to hatch out a litter ural walk, because it " Iocs in." "Toeing out" ia a military nrtitieo invented of front doors ? , William II. Hoot, of this place, who for tho purpose of flawing how much lias mado tlio hen a study, both in her more a man know than the Lord did. homo lifo and whilo lying in tho cmbraco The hippily, hoppity, Unis peculiarly tho little girl's gait. of death, has struck tip an argument t which tho avorngo hen will pay more easy and rustless, tho attention to than any other ho has dis oionis determined to wear tho solo of her shoe and the soul of Iter mother out nt covered in hh researches. Ho says tho modern hen ignores the same lime; but she in tho prettiest almost everything when sho once p,ots picture of animation humanity can shew, Tho dead run, all out of breath, is tho tho notion that alio is called iqioii to incubate. You can deluge- her with Iho small boy's gait. You can set down tho garden-hoso- , or throw old umbrellas r.t boy who bo far forgets hlmscll as to her, or change her nest, but that don't walk ns already iu his dotage. Tho count with tho firm and stubborn lion. gait is a rapid, straightforward stride, uovcr turning to You can tako tho eggs out of tho neat and put a blooded bull-donr a nest of tho right or left. Tho niau who has it new-lai- d bumblo ltecs in place of them, knocks over children, barks his Bhlns aud sho will hover over them as assiduagainst market baskets, and stulis his too against everything on the walk. ously as alio did before. arWilliam II. Hoot's hen had shown But ho gets there, nud his coat-tai- l somo signs of this mania, so ho lookout rives about two minutes later. tho eggs and lot her try her incubator Thcro is tho slow, measured gait, tread, on a horso-rakTho man who carawhile, just ao sho could tread, all day long. kind of taper off gradual and not have ries tho hod has this peculiarity donn her mind shattered. Then ho tried her fine. Ho would run to a firo iu tho same nt hatching out forks, and ut step and get there possibly. Tho long lope, thirty-fou-r inches to last her tosto got bo vitiatod that sho took tho contract to furnish tho country tho step, with a sag to tho n with bustles by hatching out an old vigorous swing ot tho arms, is that of hoop-skithat had gone to seed. a young man from ruraldoni. Ho gets Mr. Hoot then mado an experiment. tho walk from goitig over tho rough Ho got a strip ot red flannel and tied it ground, and anybody that gets tho best around her tail. Tlio hen seemed anof him has got rough ground to go noyed as boon as bIio di&covered if. No over. hen cores to havo n sash hung on her Tho quick, sharp and Bpiteful gait, system that doesn't match her complexwith the little motallio heels ringing on ion. A seal browu hen with a ml flanthe pavement, is tho gait of the smart nel polouaiso don't seem to harmonize, young miss, with bright eyes and lots and alio ia aware of it just as much us ot vivacity. Tho young man who inanybody is. tends to keep company with her for life That hen soemod to havo thought of must make up his mind to train to her something nil at onco that had ejcnjietl stop. Sho will never train to his. her mind before, Sho stepped about business gait. Going Tho ovcry-danino feet at a lick on tlio start, and right along with your feet, and your gained timo as sho proceeded. Her oyo thoughts in tlio olllco, stoto or whatever began to look wild. Sho got bo pretty it is. You nevof know how far tlio walk, soon that sho didn't recognize tho faoo of or how long it takes you to cover it. It Sho pascd Mr. Hoot without is an indefinite, and frequently tho only, friends. being able to distinguish him from n aid to good digestion. Thotako-it-eastotal stranger. sort These peculiar movements wero kopt of gait, with a cauo twirling over his up during tho entire afternoon, till tho finger, is a typical man of tho world. Ho hen got bo fatigued that sho crawled leads n life of leisure, and wouldn't hurry This is a himself. As a consequence ho grows into a length of a stove-piptriumph of genius in tho lino of lieu fat, rheumatic nud gouty, aud in latter culture It is not scvero, though firm years walks with two canes and tremulous limbs. It doesn't pqr to bunch iu treatment, and, whilo it ot course annoys and unmans tho hen temporarily, your pleasure. Tho slow gait. For particulars sond a it is salutary in its results, and at the same timo it furnishes a pleasant little small boy on an errand. New Haven Nye' for tho spectators. matinee Keglttcr. Boomerang. TOO HUT. A writer in tho Portland Drarucrlpt ax KTiixoLoaisrs kxvkkiexcb. Sir. Francis II. Cushing, tho young Gives tlio following description ot tlio ethnologist, who was sent out by tho trouble a toad got himself into by not Smithsonian Institution to study tho in- taking caro what ho ale, no swallow oil ner lifo of tho Pueblo Indians of Now a wasp, thinking, no doubt, that it was Mexico, had somo strange odvoutures a largo but defenseless fly. The realization of his mistake- caino when ho was initiated into tho secret order of tho Zuuia. Having secured a when tho wasp began pricking his intersculp a necessary prerequisite in tho nal orgaus, as a guilty conscience pricks war with tho Apaches, ho presented a Mnncr. Tlio toad Mood on his hind legs and himself to tho council of Zuui warriors, r, iichod frantically down his throat after and, like Othello, though with a different purposo and to a different audience, Ihnt nusp. Foiling to dislodgo it ho told thu story of his valor iu war. After turned three somersaults in a manner much persuasion on his part ho was that would havo rivaled tho boss tumbler in u circus. finally accepted as a suitable candidate, Then lie stood up and exclaimed, and tho ceremonies began. Ho was taken to tho burying ground, where a " Woo oodue Woo ooduo I" which was sham fight, with prayers and sougs in- supposed to bo a call for n stomach terspersed, ensued. Carrying a ole, on pump or a quick emetic. He then made several cflbrts to stand which was the scalp, ho then marched at the head of the yelling band of Indians on his head, liut was unsuccessful. Next, to somo gardens, whero tho polo was ho lx.'thought himself of tho Greenback stuck in tho ground. Then until even- doctrine of inflation, and puffed out his ing he had tho pleasure of Bitting mo- sides until ho looked liko a base ball bat flllod with ants, with legs to it. Iutlatiou didn't hit tho tionless on on ant-hiwliich doubtless made the most of .their ease, and was soon abandoned. Again ho reached down his throat, but unexpected opportunity. After further prayers and other ceremonies ho was his arm was too short to reach tlio spot formally taken into tho order. Then whero tho wasp was operating. followed a march around tho town, A Ilia head began to swim, and lu score or moro of dogs wero killed to give whopped over on his bock and clawed variety to tlio day's festivities, aud tho tho air liko a man overboard. The wasp young fellow was thou hurried off to bo was evidently unablo to continue his inbaptized as " a child ot tho parrots" and fliction ot punishment, and the toad "ason of tho eagles." For tho ncxtfour began to feci better. He got upon his feet and with a foredays ho was locked up without " tiro, meat, oil or tobacco," being forbidden foot carefully oxaminod his ribs upon to seo any ono. Nor was tills all For cither side. Finding them all in place, tho ensuing twelve days tho ceremonies ho stretched himself to his utmost height ot this mystio order wero continued, and two or throo times to boo if his legs were ot them ho writes to a friend in Boston : in working order, and then hopped a hop "Fresh in my memory aa they are, thoy or two to make assurance sure. Being satisfied that ho was all there, seem to mo tho grandest, most interesting, weird and terriblo experiences aud ho gave a croak of relief and hopped days that my lifo has over seen, and open under tho tomato vines. of moaning to my reup tho OUOItAL JXAl'lTUUKS. searches in Zuui," If, as ho says, this Ilov. E. P. Tennoy, tho genial and was tho least wonderful part of his experience, ho will return from the land witty President of Colorado Collego, was at one timo tho beloved pastor of tho Pueblos with u liarrativo of striking interest, and with much valuable of the Congregational Church in a town in Massachusetts. To eke information regarding the descendants of out his salary, his pooplo gave him a tho Moutezumas. g donation party, among tho prosonts As American lawyer male a spaco . for tho pastor, a fine uow dross-coa- t u London dinner, and took occasion to aud a tasty bonnet for his bettor halt. extol English hospitality Monsfgiior On tho following Sunday, as thoy walked CaiK'l, tho nxt siicakor, rather pointup the aisle in thoir now habiliments, edly said ; "Aro wo Now Zealandou, tho choir inadvertently struck out with that our civilities to stranger should bo tho voluutary, much to tho disgust of to in such strains cf jstoui&hcd tho sensitive clergyman and his wife, ftlmiratiou?" ' Who ore thoso ia bright array5 T" At tho same church, not long ago, the AniiEUE rigidly am1 jndoviatingly to funeral of a promluont and truth; but, whilo you ex pi ess what is citiion of thu town, by tho manner. true, express it iu a pi name ot Knight, occurred, on which 1'iulh is the picture, thu maimer U Wo occasion, by a singular coutrotompa, the frame that displays it to advantage. choir Bang as their first selection tlio usually fitting hymn, "Thcro will bo no Tiiuik poshiouate persons who carry night there." Tho effect, as soprano, hcaita iu thoir mouths are rather their alto aud tenor successively took up tho tie pitied than feared, thoir threaten-- g refruiu, was well calculated tooxcito tho serving uo other purpose than to risiblus of these who had gathered in liim tliut is threatened. leurm iu any but a humorous spirit, door-knop flutter-budgebouud-to-havo-o four-tincd knee-joint, rt y e. 1 ll sub-deptsoo-coobo-luhlghly-ro-specte- d A nKCORATKB UKX. Did yon ever wrestle with a hen thai had wild, uiicontrollablo desiro lo in cnbftto ? Did you over slmgglo on, day after day, trying to coin into her that her mission was to furnish eggs for your labia instead of hovering all day on a ahuvt ir.UK.vo. NOTICE ! ciiAit omui.um J II CHURCH RIRECTOBT. STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. M. I ail aetsiim l.cfi iHer.Hi Hit, - Atirtmfti ! ( lai-li aandln.irn, af, Affrlenllmal N tmal.tnil ainl IVimmerrlil I oiiriwief elmly Telimn ami Waftrnlillnn tee. IJ terannnm r weeai In I mills t ! Hl'TUIimiS, front. wlc I rmlom tlmllnn Tiim.It l'rlJ7iof n M-J- mc!i Huparlntendent. -- nT. II, C MonlMii", I'aitor Kertlrea erary Sun.lay raornlnn anJ nUhttttept Id third rrayar Hetilnc errry Munday Mthonl at too A. M. Thnralay nlcht. RT. II. C. Mmrlaon, Muperlntenilrnt. T. J.Jt. llacra, I'Mtor, HeMlfe BArriST-Hiand Kourlh Bumlaya, mernlnf and nliht, IXrer Mrtln( arery Weilnreday afternoon, BunJay School at 10 a. at. R. K. Harrow KTIIOIHHT, COUTH I'lillTTIIII n if. If KOMHdrMa la.l rear, ftlralefamllkallM hinery ehilrely new. t'anaeliy ft hiai tat nilndenta, Hanreolilnilr wider and eipemea ihin aByeollete Inkeniueky. I'erraUlofuKi II KivannrMJiaraK.PaTtia-oa.Vlarnlylnjialrii" ll.i'ie.l.Uiilol itiaCulleie, Uilnaton.hr.i la Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills And all Bilious Complaints Sato tn take, In lrli-fltr- LIVER lmrly vrarlalile inmullf Afl Hminrll ron tiir fllTlHTIAM Wor.hlp l. the ronreatlon ? ry lord'a day rreM-hlby J. V Voz on (Venn J and I'ouMh lird'a daya. Hunday Hehool - lr. AMBHIOA N at I rletcranee, Hnperlntendent. MIDTII - Utr. T. H. rVhtxd John W. Union 1'rafer Meatlnfon ruint,nuirlnt,nlrnt. IS Jh IJUKmiiTKIIIAN, WMoeaday nlahn all. Mutiuil Aid or Socit int no grip r ROBBED e)iiiiririvir-Atiii- , Thmifiliiorir:rATff OPERA HOUSE. erAMIIUii KY victims, Utm f rnlonpl, hftpphumathl health re- - roliWtt M their uiw oi i ne Krrai . norm 117 GERMAN IN VIGORATOR! Which KlllTplr nl tfrmanrnllr turn Ilium. ol snj frdcu. (fKurcl hy t irw iIIimtskln.l.) Sriiit that Mluw mil ft riihiirim. nj nil mrrooty, unlftml ImIIuI, tin In l p, Mil mtnjr dltnorM of lllon,.mntunol.l other dlmwi that Ira! to mtiiiunpllun an-- l a preli matura gratr. B ""'Vint fur rlrculara with rrro Iom fif W.. P. WALTON, Troprlotor. Ii.n aaillcllallnn I hue rrrhleit Hi Henry fat Uncoln an.Hlnmnlroulitlei of Ihll rrala. worthy and pelfetlly rellahle Inilllntlon, th to pmtld bectfflhe A M, A. Hoclelyorphana, kelra, lea-leed to the wldowa, llnanclil alrnac( lladireeaeil mrmlieia," Noon niamUrfhlp tt will aliniild lietllale lo rcnr afliml ma .lraatir tn (Ire full liih.imatlon to thoa ileal lln It ami rlrrnlaraahoaln( tn ohjert ol th Nurlely, name of Iheodlcera, Ai V. It. IHH'IIKHTKH. (Stanford, Ky 110 riirrnr, KmoI lk, BliofttlaaVs',20iM. l'l(hlromnUIarla of Hren-e- ry Veallnt tapadlf, Inelodlnf nailery. COO. IteawnaUe ralra to rood allrarllona. Ad Irraa aa alar. L ilriililt, or will aealr0,fn tola af rut for li kiM at lh It, lr llr lt,ortlxhrlnwritiOUAnurrly rcctlhtif hr Mall. I IA frt--o Itrlre, II II Unltnl Mlalra. J. Ult.NI'.Y, A.Imtitrrfl,Tilf"l(, Ohio, IS l..r Lr mall, aUriwalnf KHI U Stanford Female College. NTAM'OItll, KY. With 4 LONDON il I ;r a Full Corps of Teachers, ffOSTETTE Thlitnatlliillon will open III Thirteenth rVaalon on lb 2d Monday In HeplemUr miU ALL TIIK IIKANCIIKH OK A & GLOBE Xiisimincc Company ! American Aneti, $5,212,737 81 palt in 31 year Loiin 831,000.000.00 In V. S. exceed SolIiJ, l'rnniit anil llonor.nlilp. I'n) Ioihch nlllioiit Ull tlajh ilNrnnnt. Doos THOnOUGHENGLlSHCOUnSE Aralauiht, m wellu MUSIC, T11K IiANUUAOKB. 11IIAW. INU AND i'AINTINCI. TERMS MODERATE. fr In Tuition, frleea rane from IB to J.10 In lb regular Itrpartoirnta. ITIuiirr, IJ. Intenaedlala l'reraloiy, 110. and Ikllnilale, IM. I'or full particular, aa to Hoard Ar , adJnae . TltlllllKAIIT. rtnrliml, HHN. N M.nfoe.l, Unenlntki., Ky, the Loadiug American Baiinen. Ilillelr written by JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent. ten- m. tiriii.it rin.sTfi.AMn murANira riaenlr.! at thaaauia - Toilcttcr'a fitomach llltim, hr Inrmulnr Ylul iwrr, mill rrmlrrliiK ln ihjrail ih function ngulir and artitc, kr,. fTitcm In fT'xxl working onlfr, ami rulrfii if BRalnat illwnsc Cur roiiatipallon, ilji-lifi- tl anil llrrr rumpUliit urrTouanru, Milnry ami Thruinalie nilmtnU. It la In' valuable, ami It nffonW n aura ilrft-ncf- t npnlnit iiularitl frtcra, tralilr rrmuTing nil Irarrs ofaucli ilUraan from llm For ralo by all Iirnirsltta anil llcnlrn Ciucrally. 8TTEBS HALUS 'MKNON JUI1TK. CATAgQB Louisville, New Albany Railway. Chicago 13 RECOMMENDED BY rinfSICIAKO. arny. Hale reaivoaU & CARTER'S Citarrh of tho Nanl CnnltyChronlo nna of tho Car. Cyo or OlcerntlroJ I Catarrh INTEHNAULV, nnil Throat. It tukan ncta OIRCOTLV upon tha Blood una Mucoua aurfneo or tno 8rtom. It tho heat Blood Purifier In tha WORLD, nnd I worth ALL thnt la charged for It, for THAT alone 1 OUAU2B Till! O.VLV UNK UUNNINII LMillmnii LOUISVILLE Palace TO Curs! AMI MILIII TIUIN8 CHICAGOI U.1 1. JO OKLT 1HTEHKAL CURE FOP CATARRH illVER ijjjus. Sfei.l B!ck Headache anil rillrro ill the tronhlr Incident to a billoo atato of the rili m, anch a llii-tl- n, Nauw, Drowahwa, DUtrna af Irr rmttajr, White thrlrmoalruuuk-atl- c l'mlnlnthoSWr.Ac. CUBE And wo offer One) Hundred Oollnra tor nny Cno of Cntnrrh It will not Curo- WILL, CLlti: AM' CABJ' Oftl of A. T Btwaut tx'l Cmcino, III . Juno , ittu, Caeneirif IU, lUnto,. itnirt F J -- I tVenllemen ut" tileanuro In Icformln-- t you lluil I bao uaed I Ull a CaUrili lunv It has I wt rery bJ -- awl dcirt liraltat lo cured in aay that It will car anyraaoof Catarrh If tairn Vour truly, properly. J. U Wcamiaroan. Catarrh f or SJ yearn. Jlali'afatarThCWecured IhiUIo. lnJder It worth $lCU0a '.5 eta. rer IrntOe. nin. 1 by all UrurirlaU at I LX) Manufactured a&l aotlby ' J CIltMIY irriN Tiin MAUKirrii Irooi th hrantt. Nnrira.-l'a- e(r N It. IL arrlt In Umlnill In time to take the eeealof train of lb 'Mooo lUiule" and pi thrvonh lo (Irccnnmtlp. Crurtrordstlllr, Lnbttctte and Clilra;o nltliont rlianRr. TIMK TAIII.IL "TaTTyT rfTAIIOKn. ... Air tlrtroraaile " CraarurditllU . nKlTyT l.t. Iulallle.. " UlajelU " ChlcaaTO 7 I 01 1 01 1 7 wohtii sio a r.oTTia;. r. MraauT, Jaikncn, tllrli., write I lata luut aucctil bat Utn rbown In caring JtfadaclUMrt Cartrr'aLltUe Urn nil a are wjnaUy valnabl In ConatlpnUon, ccrlnff and prcrt-fiUnthia annoy IngrompUlnt, while they niaocorrrct all dlaordrrt of tba auimach, atlmuUta tho llrrr ai.il rvcuUte tho trawila. KrinlMtMyoalycuii-- SICK fr EoltV'aieton,TULlilj6, OUIO. Ml au M am ThuoaldlrKl tool, with oulr on chancof cara,toall ,lala la Wlaconiln, Mlnoiwola, luwa, ebraaka, Ae I'or lurlher luturmailon, MUltUAY Kl.LLblt.il. V.A., ITS- Uulailll, Ky Maui pu au am I 4 1 01 M 12 llliu pu put iia For aal In Htanbrd hy IVony A MrAlliter. Arlie thrr wrmld bealmoit prlccleM to tho rha euOt r f rum thia dlitrcMlng complaint; bnt fortunately their Rootlncaa doea not tnd here, and thoM V honc try thcin will find thcae little pilla many way thatlhrywlllnot be willing to Uo without thus. Hutarurallalckbcfcl HEAD ACHE hern, or unt Afflicted, Attention DK. (JANN'SUKMEDIES! FOR TUE MILLION. UANUKA(TIMlf.I) IIV W. K. IIANN, M 'CttOU'SVILLE ANASHVIUERglV I., THE CHEAT MONTICELLO. KY. The world la hll.-- I wllh the woiklrrful, Imull-f- ul auJ Inlrlrale Inrenllona ol una, yet all the combined taleut and reulu that the world haa ever known haa never induced aitytliluir that can comnare with Mclleal ir. tlann'a lleiunlie yet, Ullnl lo dlMvver aklll and aclence have, auy thliixeiitial lo them, Vit the cure of the Aa their fur which they are reeouiinen-leil- . are pralaed by thuopanda throuah-ou- t rlrtuea and Through Trunk Line la I hobane cf w many llrra that hrre la where we mako our r.rat bout. Oar pill cam It whilo . . other do not. M Carter a IJttlo UrT Jin areTrry'nimiiaiia u ' drufsiita cvixy If CARTEll JIEDICINK CO., New York. f'Y mail. rtl Hlandard eat loallblvnlala. Kur (JOugba, fJVilda, Cnuip, tlrcnrhlllf, Ihelencth and briaJth l the land, and a l laiullr Medicine, they cannot be ant are fully auUtanllaUd by the alroof ua Uinauiup, tlou aud all Dlarucaaol theThnat and l.unji, Wlltiool Change and wllh Speed Unrlralei SHORTEST lints Ir. (iiiiii,h C'oiikIi Njrup. THE BEST OF ALL Indlcealloujaun-dic- e, 1'or Llrrr (uipUlut,lyi4-aia- , (Vimtlpallon, Hour htomarli and all Ullloui raoll AND QUICKEST LOCUtlLUC TO 1IU ROUTE IHa'ucl, Uhc bcaat LINIMENTS FOR For llheuinallaiu. Neuralgia, Hi.rliii, Hwelllnga an eiternal application lr. Ouhii'k LUcr Caitiui'M SOUTH & WEST ur. PUtlHJIiCJRS3.'i'.avK Itrkliea Karaanah, Ua man and or Jackaontllle, Jlollle, and New Orleaaa. IIko Tor Dr. I.liilinciil. Klilula aud all BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Palace Care Without Chanjt. mil AND BEAST. alnillar dlkaeua, I'lle, llcuiorrholda, llurui, " For mom than n third of aeontnrrtlia MeilraiiMiiilnMcI.tlilmelitlinuliocn known to inllltona ull over tlio wnrhl of the only Mfo relUnco for tlio relief ol nrchlonu uwl imln. Jt la a inodlcinc nlvuTO jiiico unit praise the. txat of lt kind. 1'or every foiia ol cxtcrual rutin I ho Uho Ir. Gaiut'M Illo Ointment. SHORT LINETO THE EAST t'roaa Loutarlll la ralacaCarawllLoutchast Sc.hlnif home FMIRRAWTC lln ol thl roadon th O will iccclv apcclal law ralaa. see Areola ol thia Company for latea, rouUa Ac or writ c. P. AlHOIIf, G. P. T. A. II) Louianllla. Kr. For Frrah CuU, llurna. Ulcer aud Old Scree, MEXICAN woinlir-ful. Dr. OiuurM IllllvrHifcc( Oliiliiienl. Uhc Dr.tMuiiii'H Nloiiiiich IlltlcrH A ItcllaUe Tonic. Allrcr and llluvl 1'uilBer, and alio cure lndl(rtlon, Liter tViuiilalnt, 11 all i Ul lerrra and all rlodlcal LllieaK. Uanufacturrd and lor aal by t MiwUnfr Liniment U without an crmat. lllrla, It pencil Ua llealt uml luuaclii to ilie try lione maklnR tlio contlnu. nnco of pnln mid liiibunnmtlnn liiipoa-Blblltut'ireclmiiwin lluiium Klrall uml Don't Be Led Astray! w. ic. Hoi OAovrasr, &. x., RY. tliiilinitot nntlou uru equally 'llio Jlcjlcun TA1I ordeia .ro.ilelor. Montlrello, Ky. hy tuall will rtxclr M-- tl ioupl atlcnt!n. Hy lb peculiarly Worded tdTerllaeiueulaof lira! roulra, which ai llahl todectlr th public. Th hhorteat and qulckut Itout from Clncla-na- tl Weal la the MUSTANG Liniment U rrciteil tiy Bonubcxly in every liouso. Kvury day brlnin nowa of the aKouy aTait unfiil nt ulil or liuru aiibxluoil, of rlieuumtlo mnrlyrn or a luablo ltoran or (ix aaved by tlio licullne power of tlitl CHESAPEAKE! D 01 & MISSISSIPPI 10 R. W. Kentucky's Itoulo Tli only line runniu, Etist Hours ! Cincinnati to St. Louis Hour ahead of all other line. LINIMENT which apeedlly 1curct tucli nllmcnts of !. I,,,.. M 1.', kll nu Washington, PhlladclpliiaN.Y. PULLMAN NEW BLEEPINO CAHB 41allyTialna,wltb nochan(of car (or any Ithoumatlam, Ntrellinc. Otlir juium, a nuiracicu iriuaciea, Jiunia and Nealda, Cut a, Itrulaea uml Mnralua, I'olaolioni llltea anil a, Old NiliiRa, Mimiraa, trict.a, 1'roat ttdalii. Indeed every form o. internal dla eaae. it neaia lvnuoutacar. For tbo lliiimi Cbkatioh It curt'3 Miralna, Hwliuiy, Kclir Jnluta, l'oundar. Ilarneaa Horea. Hoof lla raaea, 1'oot Hot, Mcrewr Vorut, Utah, llollovr Horn, Hcratabea, tVInd, HIilKhoua, Salla, fliiavlu, Tliruali, lllm upon 1'ull l'.vll, tlio hlulit and overy other ailment Iu which Ilia occupaule tif tho Ntabla and Ntock Yard are liable. 'iho Meilean Mutang I.lutiuent tilwaya curt-anil uovi.r dlultioUlU udltl3,J)OoUlvoly, Norca, 3 2 A SOLIDTEATN 2 2 I,Olll)tillV,ClllClllllH(lHUlI.-litKtou, Hy., Dally Train to LouUitlle, with I'ree Parlor Can. Dally Tralii to Kranarlll, 4 hour In of all other route, with on lea rhanc of car. Dally Tralua to Cairo, 7 boura quicker than aoy other line, and uo chau. of ur. Dally Tralua to New Orltana. Ho car Iroui Cincinnati. 12 Hours HJiiifhif11 ,h,n Ch,cf0 ,lout,g iuioi WASHINGTON CITY. Conntcllng la earn deut THE BEST OF ALL The Direct Route toLyncliburg, ville, Norfolk, NowYorli. Wi-lr- Tha afk JT. aW I. Ik. i n . ... k .. Train, rroni Cluilnnall to Hi. LouU, liaklu. direct wllh Cut Iralna lor connection, lalha Union (il'bb liul.jVuh Doit liouB. ."VL1 "'"1Uo J,U thanofothcrlln?.. Kansas Citv T ' mu1,lm nia ta'ta""u . i l.it J.. '. Dan- wayj Bt I'aclne Railroad; lul. A Kan Irancla I Mlawurt' Kanaa. T.ia. IUU lUllwiy. Impreii Thi Upon Your Memory. 1110. A. ft All Vlrgiuia and North Carolina -- iiiKi.'r.Y? ".' th only In b7 - lJuu "J"" l?uel" l'oints. to I iiirr" LINIMENTS 103 MAN OR BIA5T, For llrliela aud lurlher lufunaallou, your ueariat ticket ulhce, or addrea aly lo pall ",""' l,Ui Aieiitaofcouuocliuf Vy lVr for lia.. llLbl. ..tu. ... aur rKAllODV, .. uiou.y a I 310 O, W JAMI.H O.KHMil', tleul Aaeul, Muiu Ml,, luUillb, Ky Cincinnati W V llura. .. iiiKJiuiauun, . on foot of MllliirM ra1.,' ' W.riMITII, Uao'l w (lau'l I'ata'r lliww, KlcbinonJ, Vlrjlul. II. W. rilLI.KH. Ag'l, kiiattiio J. D, UtLL, fauaujer Agaut, UUbob, jr,y