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HII South-western 5 iitefio A Coach Load ot Slifetont, A special dispatch from Lampaw, Texas, says that a carriage containing the skeletons of throo adults and two children, sitting upright as if in life, under a large tree, has been found near a road in Llano county. Tho tree was shattered by lightning, and it is supposed the carragn was driven under the tree for shatter, and was struck, tho bolt killing the Inmates and the appearhorses, The weather-beate- n Mtftlli NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1883. Tht Slaughter of Elephant. 174. W. P. WALTON, Editor and Propnthr Pubtliltcit THemlny a tut rrtitnv; a!no JM-f- ANNUM. Mad : Ub'1 ' -- ttwpa In rtJ-- "' of b de- ettiptlon, cirfptta melt chant, and then of aorolnallona not peer thrca tenia. - Wo tell this story to tho readers of the Journal M it wm told ono after-noo- n In tlie Heuato loliby, to n deeply interested cotcrlo consisting of Dick Winteriralth, Charley Woolloy, John Finnoll, O. O. Stenlejr and tho veracious editor of this paper. The iola-lo- r of tho story wm Don Pialt, then etlitor of tho Washington "Capital." All hands had just returned from tho lunch room and vrero tapering oil on cigars. How tho subject of brides ami bridegrooms cams under consldora-tion?smwhat suggested tho strange story, we havo frfjotteii hut Piatt never told a story mal upropoi, ami novcr told ono that was not truo, for was ho not an editor? Wo use his very word, so far as they can lw re called; ?Oa summer evening, just as tho sun was setting behind the rapids and makiBg a golden pathway across tho limpid waters tho steamer Accomack, nWIni? between the local wharves of the James river and Old Point, set on shore four persons, or, to speak to tho card, two couples, and just married, as any one could too with half an eye; blushes and dinging helplessly, so to speak, on the woman's part, and great nervoutneas, added to a self protecting air, on tho man's side, and an appear-aucbadly acted, of iudiflercnco in told the tale. both, appears on tho Tho genius Pha-bustage; he lakea in tho situation at a gtaica and be walks, or rather rolls, ufTto tbefquarier, d'Walk up to my hotel, gentlemen ami ladies. My name's Phubui, and I'm owBer here. What might yours "bcT Ono murmurs Jones, tho other braitH, and then, both stuttering, Airs. J. and Mrs. S. "Just married, I see," said tho genial proprietor. "Walk right up.aud I'll give you the best rooms in tho house. I like bridal couples, I do; re Bifid mo of tho timo when mo and ray old woman did tho tender racket and cleaned our teeth with tho same d e, s pro-sen- ts minutes after that Mr. Bmith, tho husband of the plump brunette, having also looked at tho register, camo timidly down tho half lighted hall, counting (or tho magic nu mber. Arriving at No. 100, ho walked in tho chamber where the grand looking blonde lay, and the door closed. Aa hour at least passed, and eur Joker waited in vain fur' some sign. All was silent and dark, and so ho turned in himself, but not toslcop. Imagination played strango freaks, and tho earliest dawn found him still wandering. Getting up ho resumed his watch, and just as tho lamps woro Iwginuing to palo Mr. Jones, looking liko Tarquin, emcrgod from tho room and diapicBrcd. Mr. Bmith by a coincidence followed suit. , At breakfast timo both brides appeared and wcro joined by their liege . brush." After walling in tho reception room half an hour the two couples wcro sbowb to thtir respective rooms, they being marked on tho register as 100 and 101, and were side by side. After supper thoy journoyed to tho ball room, and sat listening to tho uiuiic. Then the brides got fidgety and disappeared "to their rooms. Ono was a short, sprightly brunette, all fire and sparklo, and as plump aa a partridge; blonde, the other a tall, with complexion of croam and rose, sleepy, scneuous just such a type as Rubens loved to paint. Tho grooms wcro alike in stature; both bad board-lea- s faces, with an adolescent nious tacho growing, and it is needless to add that thoy were from tho country, and taking their first dip into tho stream of fashionable lifo. , After tho departure of their wives the two incipient fathers, all unknown to each other, and too much engrossed in their own blissful thoughts to other people, passed an hour or two looking on the billard players,and varying the pwnotony by going up to thebaVevery five minutes and taking a drink. 'Now, it happened that a gentleman, I dare not mention his name, had been watching the whole proceedings and with amused and observant eye, and having looked at the regitter, a mos sinful and thoughtless idea' came in hta head. Gating around cautiously he saw that tho clerk's attention was engaged ekewhero, bo he slyly takes the pen and changes tho nought to one and one to naught. It is very simple thing to do, but very wicked. So the rooms were transposed. By and by Mr. Jones, getting Used oHoungiog around, went to the book to see tho number of hie room; it read 161, aad he goes along tho dimly lighted passage, with the joker stealing behind htm. Arriving at tho door he scanned the number to see it he was right, and then walked boldly in, for the door was unlocked, and the skylights showed that the room was wrapped in cimiaerian darkness. Mr. Jones bow being comfortably installed la Mrs. BwUk's reom, it was not ten Juno-lirabeno-tic- o Africa exports ovcry year an aver age of from six to seven hundred and fitly thousand pounds' worth of ivory. It is estimated that in the western por. tion of the Continent over fifty-onDRUGGISTS PHARMACEUTISTS, . thousand elephants aro alauhtereJ an increases, nually, aad though tho trado -- SZSBlock, this is due to eagerness with which the Opora natives are following the policy of destroying; the "hen which lays the gui DrngH, IK uMcal Wlno., Wall Paper. IMnuern, don egg. The Indian expo rts is no InalrumeHtH, ItookH, ClicmlcnlH, Cigar, stationery, 1'hIhIh, l'nckct Tho suspension of tlw First National ance of the carriage and its trimmings criterion of tho number of elephants NoapH, Cuttlcry, TabacreH, Oil!, killed In that country, Ceylon and the AriHH, J.HIHpH, lcrTuiHcrjr, MacklHc Fire Bank of Indianapolis was due, in part indicate that the event happened a NcchIch. ieastVo tho heavy drafts upon it by year or two ago. In a small trunk adjoining regions, for a large quantity, at Department N Col. Silverware anil Optical Onr other decora- Thos. Jewel rr. who will Itepalr Watcliea UoodsClocks Promptl In Charee of lirst and depositors who had margins to meet in waa a letter addressed to James G. is used for ornaments and and Ih tho Iticliards, Chicago, and tho Indian hanking Com Chamberlain, London, England. The tive purposes. Ceina also exports to style. pany in tho samo way. The banks discovery was made by a ranchman Europe in the shapo of carved work, Lonthemselves regard with great suspi driving cattle. Tho spot where they nearly all the ivory seat to iU cion any man upon whom tbero is tho were found is far from any habitation. don Telegraph. slightest taint of speculation, and thoy A use has been found for tho Great Theological discussions do very lit must expect the public to scrutinize tle good and generally end in tho loss Eastern, which has been figuratively, with equal bo verity tho acta of thoso of temberon'both sides. The veib to eating her head off at Milford Haven lords. i Ono thing was evident to tho joker, which whom they deposit their money. discuss is an ominous verb, because af for somo years past. Sho has been Commercial Gazette. chartered by a company which propotho brides had not found out the trick; ter a short time tho tint syllable is t, A bashful young man went thrco drorfped and tho talk is continued un ses to bring coals from Scotland to Lontheir freedom from a burning times toTwk a beautiful young lady if der tho last syllable. Two very able don; and as sho can take 20,000 tons jarring a little maiden showed this; but the groom! ho might be tho partner of her joys persons were onco indulging in a con at a time, the enterprise ought to pay. From his advantage place Mr. Practi-sea- l and sorrows and other household, troversy of this kind, when ahugo dog This is not a very dignified employ hut each time his heart failed who wbb one of tho company began to ment, perhaps, for a ship which was J. saw tho young Benedicts sitting by themselves in a brown study. him nnd he took tho question away liark furiously. A third person who accounted years ago ono of tho wonEvery now and then thoy would laugh unpoped. She saw tho anguish of Imd listened until his patienco was ex ders of the world, but the owners will silently until tears would run down his soul and had compassion on him. hausted turned to the quadruped and not trouble themselves much about tho their cheeks; then they wjuld becomo Bo tho next time ho camo sho asked said vr ilh evident sarcasm: "Shut up, dignity if they can earn a little ou grave, only to break out in gribs a him if bo thought to bring a screw you brute; you don t know any more their shares. IPHABMACISTS moment after; and so the long day driver with him. He blushed and about the subject than they do." The town of Pullman, n suburb of DIALEU Ipassed away, and thoy took tho steam- wanted to know what for. And , she, Chicago of ten thousand inhabitants, The telephone companies now doing Drags, Books, Stationery in tho fullness of her heart, said sho er to New York. built and owned by the Pullman Car and Panoy Articles. Now, what was tho upshot of all this didn't know but ho'd want to screw business in the United States, under Company, has no saloons. Their V grants from the Bell Teleneone Com rbjijcltni' prttcilpUoni iccunUly compounded. tho joker never knew, but remorse up his eourago before ho loft. He Abo homes are described as roomy and havo an aggregate capitalization of tortured his soul; ho took to drinking; took tho hint and the girl. clean, furniture and carpets tasteful JKWKLKKMl nearly 8100,000,000, which is about then falling steadily downward he bo A commandment improved: Tho the aggregate capitalization of tho Wes- and every department thrives. They camo a politician, until, reaching the have no police, no jails and no saloon- Tmdtsti- teighth commandment was all very Largest Stock of Watches, very depths of tho pit, an indignant well at tho timo it was written, but it tern Union Telegraph Company. The keeper to cheat their children of food Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware telcphono business is growing so rappublic sentenced him to pay penanee, is altogether too narrow for these days. clothing and education. toll market. Ktt brought toWilctiM, Clock, Tiler Lower than it is claimed by those conidly, that Ibe Loweit. and Jewelry Ke and he is now serving out a term in It should bo redrawn, io read some- versant with tho business, that when paired on abort notice and Warranted. An old Spanish lady named Julia tho Virginia Legislature, and ho never thing liko this: "Thou sbalt not steal; tho country is fully ripplied with in- Seniles recently died in San Francisgets a letter but what in derision an neither shall thou crabczzlo, purloin, struments, which aro now being put co of osteomalicia, or mollities osso-su"Hon." is put beforo his name. commit grand or petty larceny or ob- iu at the rate of several thousand a a disease in which the bones Moral for young married conplo tain money by fulso pretenses; thou month, this business willcarn dividends lose their salts and becomes liko so Col. II. M. Turuon tho gas. shall not indulge in shoplifting (unless on a capitalization of $200,000,000. much gritty gelatine, so that they in Paducah Journal. you are respectable enough to prove may be bent into any shape and even Tub Bitteks Bit. Last spring tied in a knot. The disease is rare, Changes in tho James Iliver have that kleptomania is hereditary iu tho dealers in butter in New York and Bos made an island of Jamestown, com family); thou shall not duplicate thy and results usually from a scrofulous ton bought up all tho butter obtaina- taint. main- pay accounts." pletely separating it from the ble in tho West at an average of 21 land, and about all that remains of the Tho Washington Gazelle, a repubIt ia stated cents, and placed 10,000,000 pounds in of Horses and Fine Turnouts. llutcs rea- first English settlement of Virginia is lican paper, has just made a discovery. there are twice as many sui- Nice cold storage in Chicago it is said, with sonablc. tho dismantled tower of tho old Tho new light which is being shed up cides as in any other city in the belief that tho product would go up in j church. It was here that Pocahontas on tho editor has worked a change of United States in proportion to the July. Thero has been a large producembraced tho Cbristiau faith, and was heart and he is moved to remark that number of inhabitants. Ono adds: tion, however, and tho stored butter is baptized by tho name of Rebecca. "the alliance between the Mahone reA man drunk with whisky wants to depreciating in valuo. It is said that Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in Tho font used on that occasion now pudiated and the republican party kill somebody else; one drunk with some will have to be Bold for 10 or 15 stands in tho channel of Christ Church, has worked tho republican party enor-mbeer wants to kill himself. Thero's cents., The loss on the deal is estiWilliamsburg. Hero also Pocahontas murder in the drink." injury in tho States North, with And can supply it in any quantity. mated from $500,000 to $1,000'000. A nothing in tho way of compensation ex was married in 1C13 to John Kolf. Three fomalo drummers sent out by NUWJtfEMLYEY, Tho St. Louis Republican relates a Chicago house have been discharged low brick wall encloses tho ground oc cept thesenatorial vote of the renegade cupied by the ruined tower and foun democrat who is tho leader of the that at a wedding recently in Illinois a because they didn't sell as many goods dation of tho church; nnd tombstones, parson who is generally ready at repar- as one roan could. Women can't sell by an goods worth a shuck, but when it somo broken and scattered, somo lean Some statistics regarding strikes in tee, waa completely nonplussed ing against tho wall and nil with' in Europe have been introduced beforo aged matron, who, after hearing the comes to buying them they aro right scriptions nearly if uot quite illegible, tho Senate Labor Inquiry Committee words, "Whom God hath joined to- on deck. Detroit Free Press. let no man put asunder," exhave long since ceased to indicate siuco 1870 there have gether It appeared that A teacher in a female boarding claimed with great earnestness," (Or whoro lies tho dust of thoso who bore 2,352 strikes occurred, of which 72 school on hearing a scholar say sho was no woman either, for tboy'ro just as their names. Two hundred yards aro known to havo been won, 189 lost, sweating reproved her as follows: "My bad as the men." tho ruins and ono hundred from 918 compromised, and 2,000 aro not dear, bear in mind that horses sweat, tho river bank is tho stately old man From 250 to 300 cats are destroyed accounted for but wero probably lost men perspire and young ladies get in sion built by John Ambler over a hunby those encaging in them. Tho weekly during the warm season in dred years ago. It is the only resi- amount of wages lost in these strikes Philiilelphla by the agent of the wo- a glow." dence on tho island, is in Hue preserv An advocate of corporal punishman's branch of the city refugo for lost wasS22,237j750.4 aud occupied by Col. II. D. B. ation, not ment for children said, "tho child Quito a bit of romance is attachod and suffering animals. They are Clay, formerly of New York, who suffocated with charcoal which once started in a course of evil tho recent marriage of,, Maggie drowned, but conduct, is like a locomotivo on tho owns Jamestown, which consist of to . 8ho gas. Last year no fewer than 7,151 Summcrfiold, tho 1,700 acres, and is between two and uuhappy cats Wore .thus put beyond wrong track-- it lakes a switch to get it camo to the United ' ofl." thrco miles in length and thrco quar- and her sister tho slings and arrows of States iu tho Kiralfy ballet 15 years tho reach of Lucy Hooker writes from Paris that ters of a miloin width. outrageous fortune ago. A young Philadelphian fell desreasons which will compel Mr. William Astor's new yacht will there are A convert iu a Methodist congrega- perately in lovo with her and his fath Mme. Sara Bernhadt Damala to leave tion had been a strickly honest man, er tout him oil to China. "Week be bo of steel, and will bo the largest and, stage for a brief period. Great but profane and a Sabbath breaker. foro last tho young cxilo returned with it is said, the handsomest pleasure the Sunday Argus. Moses Another. Tho Christian Advocate, in telling tho $ 1 00,000 and married the fair Maggie. yacht yet constructed. The other faIf you wish to occupy a high place story, says that ho mado a full confes1, Tho Society of Friends has repealed mous yacht of recent construction are sion In ono of tho meetings. Ho said of iron. Jay Gould's cost about 8250,-00- in the estimation of the world begin the prohibition of the marriage of first that ho had lived an ungodly lite aud cousins, and now for tho first time iu aud Astor's will coat about 8350,- - by being worthy of it, because the higher the ape climbs tho more he bIiows uuu, himself an amazing in considered nearly two hundred years a bashful stance of God's mercy. The tido of Parish has been arrested his tail. Mrs. I. N. young Quaker can enjoy the placid religious teeliug rose high on bis possl for smuggling. She has The Washington Monument is now and unexciting stagnation of marrying iu Chicago crossed tho Atlantio twenty times for G2 feet higher than the dome of the tivo testimony, and as he took his seat ono ac- l of tho family. Young man, no tr (ho purpose of purchasing second-handea brother started tho hymn, "The dy capital. matter how much tho law may permit which thief rejoiced to see that fountain drosses from the nobility, log Stbect Talk. "How much belter jou It, don't do It. Think of an aunt for iu his day." To the surprise of all, look, Mrs. SI" "Ye, I have gained 32 she passed through tho Custom-housmother-in-law- . a tho new convert, in a towering rage, by explaining that the dresses were her pound on Nail's Catarrh Cure. Hare not I married Lmy wifo for her, beauty; felt no well in 20 years, it lias nude a left tho building. On being asked wearing apparel. complete cure and is worth $50 a bottle to was, ho said: "There sho married me tor for my wit, that what tho matter She can work a fancy screen, just any one that has the catarrh." got tho best of tho bargain I'm candis one thing I never did I never I Wit often sub- the nieest ever seen, in a style that all Carter's Little Liver Villi will positively stole; and that they should immediate- id enough to admit. enchants, but ray cure sick hetdtche and prevent IU return. sides into drivel, that "beauty soon her culchawed set inly slug like that was a personal would This it not talk, but truth. Oae pill a fades" is all bosh; my wife w today at friend, 'twix, you and me, it sult." chill a man to aee how she stitched a dose. To la bsd of all druggists. See so I'm corUiu that beau the wash-tub- , advertisement. patch on the old man's pants. It is a perfect marvol how some let- ty will wash. fBufUlo News. PILES! PILES I PJLESI ters which fall into the puzzled hands It is said that coun try editors wear A Pennsylvania firm is erecting at of postofiice officials ever reach their Vemiitg'u Snv Ufacoren; for r. Johnson City, Tesu., what is said will a belt to hold up their pants instead of lllr la a radical chaoaa from the old remedies destination. The "blind readers," as bo the largest tannery in the world. suspenders. Wlien they get word from heretofore la uie. Tbe Dltcorerr la Ibe mull or those are called who decipher hierotcleullflcitudj sod tn,tle'In of Tho buildiBg willlcover several acres, home that there is nothing for dinner, yean1st patUut of Ihla palnrul dleeaet. To con. character Iota glyphics, seem to ba able to follow any be on an extensive they simply tighten up one hole, and vine you ol IU (real merit, call on 1'ennjr 4 and the vats will clow, however slight it may be, and Staoford, or W. M. Weber. Ml. Vernon, scale. The supply of oak ba)k is said feel too full for utterance. and et s tauiplo lot free of rbire. is ad; to find a person to whom a letter to be almost inexhaustible in that seo A carrierpigeon, owned and trained drossed, even when the writer gives no Moori W. IMWIla, of liluf Mound, lit., willei tion ot East Tennessee. at Northampton, Mass., recently made that RfOwn'iEipectoraul cured Mm of a eaters Intimation. When a man who sees the five cold after emjlbloi elw bad failed Kcr tile ly Commercial College of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. A Nebraska farmer says hay is ben- a flight from Lynchburg, Va. words "Signiglcol's Hotel" can guess l'enuj X UcAlleter, BUoforJ, and W. M. Weber, WILBUa ,. S2XKr. IK.JCSIDE1TT. miles, in 23b. 49m. ML Veraoo. hundred and five Stutltntt received any un 1 duy of the year. Summer teuton now open vr receiting leWoif. correctly that it means St. Nicholas eficially fed to hogs iu his State. Tho from the timo of starting. Who tan call ata tueaiuoout of human luStr Rccular - Fall Session, Sept. 10, bi.1883. I ..... .. Hotel he has, indeed, a faculty for hay h cut short, mixed with bran, T.. .'.a - eT.n.Z tjtwtjiMr m crsc lug earned by vly s lJ Mtykf Aud bo tht nuiu -- MM. " n VMIf mi i vtvsshwi w aj( SNSM shorts or middlings, and fed as other !w Two Illinois farmers had a dispute ber ol MpffmrM, W IU Csmmtm W WW; m4 Triwa. m W4m IsWrsMi, )rfMlUJ u4 Ms4trt. hmtk KolfHi and loet by uellliif juit reading a superscription which cou feed, though hog like C llit uudeyoiocd M. OMWMlttil L, MmuliU ! better if it a. SMfMisas; iihms, ftuejaarr, im aMtrl ft nrl nu Uses of their farau. a cvuiht Blown', Kxpwlortul will curt tbla Vts) PulfsH Ssuan U9m INI UU '" TlkU. UlvoJ U mtmwr lii4l ftfcsml M. ClUsj t W sists of "nine hieroglyphics, five soaked, in swill or slop. "It nuts on about the boundary 4kfM ( U I'Mtvrtitf , feWf M tfumiufi. ij laaIlr mmw m a, m tough If ilren a cbaura. I'rlee, Jlfty cvnla. For mot mv psrv ew( S MMM, m VMM f fag at si.u runt. Cwaut.. mMtUf umimimi u4.e mt fwtlir it. rl jm Tk. Sj.MH- -1 Ml tt scratches, three dots and a blot," and flesh as rapidly aa anything that can Their dispute is now settled, aad aad aal by I'suay a Mc A Hilar, Stanford, aud W.U. tfu.u it, .ywivif . .a im ?.Mfr.(f WILBUR U. SMITH, PraVt, LailnBn. Mr. fu.., & be given tkeai," so are the lawyers ea their farms. Wtber, Mt. Yaruo). should bold his office for IHe. Speculation tht Cauti. Of tho flvo National Banks which were cmbarressed last week four of them owod their trouble to speculation. The St. Albans hank was obliged to suspend localise its President hsd undertaken a big deal in securities of railway. Tho the hank' was seriously embarrassed by the run upon it owing to a report, which was denied, that its President had lost (50; 000 in a pork speculation. El-mi- M'ROBERTS&STAGG Hi House o Stanford, Ky., H. C. RUPLEY MKltCIIANT TAIX.OR, cmbar-rarsmeu- bull-fulucs- Stanford, Kentucky, Vmwfm WAXm&s -- .Peve'' sjjBSij--IlegUU- rea. m Mc-Curl- y UfI7 wmIsFl SITIAIBILIEI! AJSTJD lot HABHESS SHOP. POUIV1J8 thatinbeor-drinkingMil-wauk- 400,000 A. T. WOOL ui GOAL! Stanford, Ky. AT AND BELOW bo-lo- ballot-dancer- We will sell you anything in Summer Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes at and "below cost to reduce stock. prcoSTIi Iteget Sites 7, 10, Bffifi 3&toes 2.75 Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 1 was 0, Shoes,now 75c, was $1, 12, 14, 1.50, 2, 17.50 Slippers, d Children's Shoes and Slippers cordingly. 50c, 1.25 75,1, was 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 2 1.50 2, - e BRUCE, WARREN CO. STEAM PRINTING! The Interior Journal Steam Printing Office does all kinds of Job Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. W. P. Walton, Prop'r. -- a PA ek. u a mm !Wal Umj -- a ear ... a fc '" " a a good almost a a city editor. I bear of Oeergetown, and Mr. Fnink TwMrtUwe Towif atudenla who Stmi-Mtcfel- u f IHfh Bridge, cam by his ft Ion Js MItfWlle B to a Nihilist Journal, hate bee tire Judge Is being far a position in GorfttaH' eblMt, but to tow (torn tbe'JwJctlon Camp Meeting at to Siberia. There were 133 deMha from cholera In U I without bis content. If Is doing bel- on SmdAmaittiln;, and stepped at the Egypt Thursday and those Saturday mini ter financially than heco'ild In any office Clemen House. They wero accompanied August 21, 1883 htred 310, including Ti at Cairo and .12 at In Ibe gift of the Governor and I climbing by Mr, Sam M. Huston, of McKlnney, Tuesday Morning, right up In bia profession dally, Iong and Mis Susie Taylor, of Jessamine coun Alexandria, CBIT6H ty! The first nAniV-cotipla oon niada. W. V. WAItoef. The direr ca unit referred to In this may he live! W. k WALT0N. .proprietor their wish to be4 parkr laat week, I am j;Ud to jy, La been is likely that'trrtrpropoeillovitff anownJo Indefinitely poMpnned. The your joined In matrimony. The County Clerk EDIIORIAL NOTES hold n Constitutional Convention has was hunted up who told the anxious lovha retnrne I. Couisviu-i:- , Ky.,Ahb. '2(Hh. 1883. If it has and the Seo ers thai he could not legally Issue the nee- Idea ot sociability la to been carried. Some peoph-'IJbm found (o admit that brother employ the lime they bare to spw hi retary of Stale certifies that result to entry licene until Monday rooming. That AlKeofl of tho Commercial wm right bothering Iboee who bare no spue lime. tho next Genoral Assembly, it will lie being the case nothing could be done by llreckenridge New. !n regard to tlio great Southern Expotho duty of that body, within twenty those concerned but to watch one weary There were 170 failure In the United hour follow Ihe next pne ahead of It until mid constantsition. It is a lug thing days after its organization, a second the clock struck 12 week, The echo of Ihe laat Stale and Cinda during the ly growing. To dato there aro 1,002 agiinst 182 the week before. The South- linio submit to tho people- whether or stroke had rcircely died nway when Clerk ozliiliitnrR nml alill n right Rmart ern Stste furnished 23 of these. not they will havo tho constitution It. O Nichols (who wait a youBg man him on the changed. This can only bo donn in stlf once), proceeded to till up the little sprinkling of armco ia ompty Nearly ' On August Glh tho time-locg nafc of the First National Hank of Athena August, 1885, when members of tho blank ornamented with cnpidi. In a few ovcry kind of ngriculttirnl nnd interest ia represented nnd Mopped, An eiert ha been at work ercr General Assembly aro again to be minute the happy couple stood face to aafe open but withface with lter !'. M. Green In the parlor Ittfnro many days tho managers will since trying to get tho chosen. If nu aflimativo vote lie a of tho Clemen House, and by him joined out success. Ira rs short of spaco aforcsai'! a tho The hangman got in a pretty fair second timq cast, this fact is certified forever for bttter or worse. Knowledge of average editor is when ho doesn't want da;' work Friday. A negro In Alabama as beforo to tho General Assembly, the sfTsIr had spread through the hotel to publish certain communications. for murder, another in Louisiana for rape which body orders the election of a and a number of tho guest stayed up to Tho exhibits of a number of States nro and a while man In Arkanaaa for murder, Constitutional Convention, composed witness the ceremony. Among them Mr. A. Kelly, Mr. and Mr. H.War act, very fino but that of Alabama is al- petformed (he trapeze of equal numbers with tho Legislature, and Mr. J. ren, Mr. and Mrs, Ake and Mrs. J. A Iter. Dr. Pilchard, of the Ilroadway and chosen most astonishing. I bavo passed at tho same timo August, Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Green left forth aurprlaed hla ccngregation through that Slate several timea and lLiplist church, pastorship. The 1837. Theso delegates will assemble home of tho bride Monday morning, where Sunday by reaigning tho had reached the concrtMrSa that pines health of his family caused the alep and bo at tho capital for tho performance of It I hoped they have received the parental wero tho sele product bf its land hut it will accept a call from Wilmington, N. C. the duties to which they wero chosen. blessing. tosma every thing la'grewn there and Min Lucy Reaxley, late of Stanford, Their work will bo submitted to tho in tho greatest perfection, if tho dis baa Ibe nice oeil!on of reception lady at people for their approval at the next play is, not liko diamonds audjowclry the New Alexander Hotel and would he general election August, 1889 and pee her friend. Her mother ia DEPARTMBNT. at tho swell balls of tho city, ''hired glad to of consumption and her death I if adopted by a majority of tho voters, very low for tho occasion." To hear tho music daily expected. the new constitution will become the ItOsTJ.'. It. AVJSB'X. ISclltpr. furnished by the celebrated Soventh Carter county haa been furnishing law. Under tho most favorable cir LANCASTER. Regiment Baud and the big organ is ionic good juries recently. Besides the one cumstances, a chango can not occur The Telephone line to Danville will be alono worth several limes tho price that did the business for Craft, another waa within less than six years. This of admission, to say nothing of the on duty laat week, which gare Wm. Hen- round about way of getting at tho con- completed this week. Circuit Court begins next Monday. derson a verdict of guilty and fixed hi Art Uallery, winch lias tho lineal punishment at death for the murder of stitution was adopted solely to protect There are 41 appearance. of paintings ever on exhibition in Wm. Clark. slavery, but having failed of that The ladies ol the Christian Church rethk section, Oa Saturday the admisRank cashier are human and a they end, it is dull, stale and unprofitable alized about $100 clear money from their sion price is only 25 cents and 'ono are liable to err they rather too frequently aud ought not to be the law a. long as supper Friday evening. Jailor Sim Rothwell haa been unable ticket admits to all." That this price than otherwise show up their liabilities. it will necessarily havo to be. td get any trace of Ihe prisoners who broke ia far the most popular ia shown in tho II. M, Fitch, who hold that position in the Tub influenco of tho Good Deacon jail at this place last Sunday morning. Second National, of Warren, O., got ofl fact that the gate receipts aro more on Brick laying on the Itobinson block with $80,000 of the bank' fund and the In- Richard Smith seems to havo waned those days than when it is 50 cents, stitution ha collapsed. since ho entered into the unholy part- will begin to dsy or to morrow. The ex which strikes ua ought to cause tho Eld. Milton Elliott, of Klrkarille, waa nership with Field Marshal Halstead. cavallve fur the cellar haa been completed. management to put it down to the en route to Nelson, I beliere, to fill an ap A Blessing to All Mankind." Seven persons were murdered in his popular figures all tho time. Tho pointment for Eld. Jo. Billon, who ii In the) lime nhen our newspapers are flooJeJ holding a protracted meeting for him at city in less than five days, thereby wllh patent medicine silrsrtlwiutnts, II Is (ratiturn stile registered 17,000 Saturday, Glades Church and which had resulted to proving that sho is tho Queen City fying to kuaw nhit to procure that will certainly much moro than doublo nny other day cure you. II you are bilious, tlooJ out of order, Saturday in 15 addition to the church, of murderers. I only took a hur with the Interest increasing. week. lUer I met I re, or generally UeMlIuteJ, there Is in tho past fiscal year Captain nothing In tba world tint will cur you so quickDUkino tho past ried walk through tho establishment, Up in Fayette county Friday night a been paid $150,000 for main- ly as Elcctrlo Hitlers. Tbey are a llenlng to so more of it whon I seo more. colored lady whose desire for "water mil Eads has all luankloJ, ni tin lentil for only fifty rents a Tho city is still in holiday attire, lions" so far exceeded her discretion a to taining a channel at tho jetties. This Utile t Itanr A McAlUtst'a. dressed so in honor of diet Arthur's lead her by forbidden path Into a neigh- makes four million eight hundred LAXCAHTEU 1DVF.ETLSEMKXTS. bor' patch, A guard was on duty and a thousand dollars paid to Eads for his recent visit. Flags great and small well directed shot sent her to that bourne work at tho mouth of tho Mississippi. D. P. WALTEB. float in the brcoaes by tho thousands. from whence no one ha returned to tell and still ho has not effected what he The number of 15 eeat eating houses whether her taste for melons will erer be claimed. LANCASTER, KY. . of erClUieni 0coto 12 M. anj Nationaltollnk.M. Offlra hours has quadrupled and confectioners and satisfied. 6 r. from 1 i. "What'll poor mother do?" wero the from S I notice that Gen. Fry' reward for lemonade venders' stands greet the words uttered by a Boston nowt- BAM 21. DUUDETT, cavorting around the State as candidate for only eye at every turn. All the hotels are Lt, X.AW, ATTOUNBY Governor, ha come already. He Is to boy nftor being mortally wounded by LANCASTER, KV. well filled and an air of business per- be general store keeper of the Eighth Dis a 'railroad train. A passenger had ofWill practice In OarrarJ anil adjoining eountle r vades tho sleepy old town at variance trict, for which be will receive $4 per day, fered him a half a dollar for a certain and Court of Appeals. with its usual sluggish appearance. rain or shine. It ia not such a big thing, paper and he was hastily trying to get n. C. ICAUPPMAN, it at a station when tho accident The most decided improvement notica-hi- to be sure, but It ia big enough for the serIrfA-W- , ATTOKNEY vices rendered and the General deserves to is "ft coat of paint that has been apLANCASTER, KY. be congratulated even if hi country doe BOTLE COUNTT. plied to the ugly old Court-house- , Muter Couimlnloner OarrarJ Circuit Court. WUI not. practice In all the Courts of (larrari anil adjoining Dan r Me. S. G. Boyle, editor of the Danville Mr. making even that old building out leave for New couuue and in in uoun or Appeals. Mr. I'. A. Marks will Adcocate, was a passenger with me to the ehino its youthful days. York Mr. W. H. Wade, of Savan-niGa , was in town Saturday. Mr. D. Tho telegraph striko haa come to an city yesterday and a lengthy chat about newspaper making and management, re inglorious cud and tho onco defiant op- lieved in a measure the tedious Journey on W. Tribble, of Madif on county, was here erators aro now suing for any kind a train that make but 1G miles an hour. Monday. Mr. M. B. Funk, who has been In the of terms the monopoly may chooso to Mrs. Mary Bowman, hound fur Mercer and milling busineiu in partnership with C, It. oiler even to renouncing their allegiance Mimes Jennie and Dovie Carpenter, for Anderson ha sold out to Mr. J. E. Smith, were also aboard a part of tho firm of W. B, Holme & Co , grocers, Not moro than Linnette Springs, to tho brotherhood. from which firm Mr. Smith rttires. half of them will bo ablo to get situa- of the journey. An epidemic of crime seems to preThe 3 r. m. lightning extions, as in all cases preferenco will bo vail along the Cincinnati Southern south givenjito those- who came to tho rcscuo of Somerset, for in addition to the triple press killed three horse at Shelby City Saturday, 2 of them belonging to Jno. Wilof tIiecompany when it was sorely dis- murder reported laat week, the Commercial liams, worth $100 each, tbo oilier to a ha account of the shooting of tressed. Tho operators surely did not of widow named Phellep, valued at the same count tho costs or they would not deputy sheriff Chitwood aud the placing of price. bis body on the railroad track to cover op A young n.gro man named Wm. Drye havo gone in against such odds. They the crime, and the murder at I'ine Knot of waa tried beforo the Judge of the Quarterclaim that they wero not supported H Young Spragle by hi uncle William, ly Court and a jury on Saturday for steal-in- g nancially by the Knights of Labor as who fired a ball through his heart with a J5 In silver from Jim 1'rewitl. The had been promised, recoiving from Winchester rifle, because of some previous evidence waa circumstantial and not very them hut $10,000 when $200,000 was difficulty, conclusive, but Bill went up for 30 diy. The of postal note which Hon, A. Q.Talbalt visited Frankfort guaranteed. Tho result may bo sumA month's wa- will be Issued for any sum of $5 and under and Louisville last week looking to his in' moned up as follows: appear September 3J. Beside the amount terest in the race for the Speakership of ges lost, from 5,000 to 10,000, havo desired, but three cent will be charged for the next Stale House of Representatives. lont their situations permanently, the the card and it will lie good for redemption He report a cordial reception in both citold monopoly flushed with renewed at any money order odico fur two months, ies. Hi friends here think a boom ha victory, will go on gouging worse after that for any time at the P. O. Depart- been started that will eventually land him than before, and the business interests ment. The note will be particularly han in the Speaker' chair. Certainly with hla r.,HHCHtcr ut tho of the country havo been greatly dam dy for those remitting the amount of their experience and ability no better selection subscription to a newspaper and we sug- could be made. aged and delayed. gest that those who are indebted to the After a vast amount of jaw bone exer The news of the death of Judge Jer- Interiok Journal tend ua a few for good cise, the scheme ha been "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," emiah S. Black will bo received ovory luck and to nee how the thing works. abandoned, at least for the present. The LANCADTEK, K.Y. The terrible railroad disaster at Win precise trouble lis not been ascertained, whoro with tho deepest regret. It at his home ia York, Pa., yes chester I still the subject of remark here, but whatever It may bo, the bare fact of the terday nflernoou, when his puro lifo where one or two of tho fated men lived. fixzle will gratify some of the elect, who if The accident occurred on Friday and was it had been built, didn't wan.t it called an was fittingly ended with theso, his last caused by the engine of a passenger train operadiouse; the name I almost a worldly words: "Oh, Thou, beloved and most on the Chesieake & Ohio lt. It, running a theatre and that I a term invented by Froprlstois merciful Heavenly Father, from into a freight train on the K. C. lt.lt, the devil. "Town Hall" la the name ahe whom I had my being and in whom I where the track cross each other. Un- would have born had she been erected. PK0FLS8I0SAL Your correspondent in passing the marhavo ever trusted, if it bo Thy will, fortunately the car which was (truck was grant that my buffering end, and that loaded with giant powder, which was ble yard of Saml. Larimer on Monday us if, buioktt, i. vr. aaowi morning noticed two beautiful tablets of aet ofl I speedily bo called homo to thee; and bouse by Ibe concussion, tearing cars, Italian marble that had just been finished. H0BDETT & IIBOWN, and pari of the depot into frag, oh, may God bless and comfort thee, menta and scattering them for several hun- One was In memory of Anna M,, wife of ATTOKNKYH A.T X.A.AV. MT. VERNON, KY. my Mary." Judgo Black was born dred yards. Both of the conductors, BenahMcQoffin.Sr., born Aug. 5, 1803; WALllCC K. VABMOM. died May 7, 1883. The other bore the fol- T. W. ViaxOS. and Martin, were terribly mangled Juno 10th, 1810. Admitted to tho bar T. W. & W.H. VABNON, in 1830, ho was two years afterwards and burned, but lingered from two to four lowing Inscription: Dr. Wm. McGofiin, ATTOltNEYH A.T LAW, 1 KY. appointed presiding Judge of his dis hour In fearful misery. A number of born Aug. i, 1821, died Feb. 25, 18S3. Or. Oslo In OwslyHTANFOUD. building- up stairs. A Son's near other (tersons were wounded, one of whom, McGofiin was a brother of the trict, in 1851 made Supreme Judgo of Charles Johnson, a carpenter, baa since The design and execution of both M. PHYTON, hit Stato, to which he was again elect- died and two more will die. Capt. ATT01iIVli3VA;ir LAW, would attract attentiou any where on ac BTAIttUKU, Ski. ed in 1854 aud made Chief Judgo ami Will practice lulu Courts or IJocela and adcount of their excellence. waa a brother of Capt. Tom joining counties and tta Superior Court and Court Ambrose Hayes a young "culled the popular Chief Engineer of the in 1857, President Buchanan called ol Appeals. Special attention (trail to collodions. 111 had a ruoipa with another boy In Offltoon Lancaster strtet. him to tho position of Attorney Gen- L. A N. K. It., and both he and Capt. solid color named Dunn and whacked ALEX. ANDBHHON. Martin are meU of family. eral of the U. 8. He held this ofiico ATTOUNBY KY LAW, posted him over the head. The disturbance Oueofthecleverestaawellaabeat DANVILLE, till 18G0, whon ho was mado Secreta- newspaper men ia our friend Judge Charles Sunday night near the depot. Be- Will prsctk In the Courts of Boyl aad adjoining ry of Stato by tho satno president. K, Kincald, of the l, and he tween four and five o'clock Monday morn- counties and lu tho Court of Appual. In every position of his lifo, hk record I deservedly popular with erery body and ing Ambrose waked Mr. Harding, the b. piBir. AtLivn', County Attorney, and saying that be had is without a tarnish and ho was Indeed especially with that claw of editor And Msilcr Couiiululoner Uockcaetl Circuit Court UT. VfcUNON, KY. and derisively denominated rural violated the law, wanted to settle. He an incorruptible and fearless christian Will practlos In Ik Kockeastla Courts. Collecrooster. He waa once a xor little mem- was told to call at the afler tions a ipvclally, Oillco In (130 statesman. ber of that unfortunate class of fowls and breakfast, but Instead went across the street LOCAL. NOTK UKHZUXL ANU LRU P. HUPPHAK, to the sheriff residence and wanted to fix Job l'a'jue, for the uiunltr of Tonnes getting on the great big bTANFOKD, KY. vr lynched at Oakland, Mia, last hasn't given hint tho big head, thereby up matter with that official. Not sue OSlos South aids Main Street, two doors sbors Hl, Ih Brers HoUl. demonstrating that It Is tilled with a mat- ceeding he stayed to breakfast, and when week. fur Nitrous Oxlds Oaa aduloUUred waen r ter too solid to change with every little that repast cloned was at the quUW, Whett U dowu In Cklctgo (gain. August brought $1 01 and Hvitia. freak of good fortune. He therefore wake patiently awaiting the leisure oribe auUK. W. B. l'JBNNY, It hi buslnes to hunt up his ru- thorities to attend to hi case, Ambrose Ur $1.02). JJuiltlHt, itoatoulcr; ral brethren and see that the welcome of ought to be let ofi'Jigbtly and given a cliro-m- o now STANFOKU, KENTUCKY. Wkllltf county lit Lytle's alore. Office oter Hull S bour on account of the high re(tect be has HuJH4ou U It name and K M Bryant the lily la properly extended, and for a from loll A M.sud I toSr M Auesibetlcsad) while the poor fellow U to U V M imagine that they hown for the law. wlulitercd wbsu Decmaiy I 3nltri3fMl - riel It, Gt, FurnlturJE. o H 9 M M Hi T. Jm .1. HO.NIXV, o I War Ilie lullol and lmtHnsof Puinllnrtaf vtrr urrlpllen ster siMMIM In manbr.1, se a stroll thraush ray stors will prove. Mr prlret are as low as similar Kao.ls ran U Inuthtln the Mile, a fart almopabl c.) ncdar drmonitratlon I aim keep on band a lull Una uf Hsusb Painter & Paper Hanger 170 8TANP0HD. KY. ITiulVH n It tiler, ' lliaran CJoocIs! a od wo-sn- n It Farm For Sal (! ad.lrm ICMf llradrordifil I Andsnirralr loeerr Innerali proimillr wllh a new a Ordora by TeloRrAph Promptly to. B. K. WEAREN. Marlon Adjoining. Ihe town of llrslfonlnllle, fiiuntr, ky.,rsnlalnl( lit) Arrr ol !we two-ilnilwrlllnf land, pkI well, nrf bard aad plen-I- T rMarroullHilldlnea, Bout of lirul.Uf J larsa jard around Ih e Und.J', AlK'J, Afre.otllmUrvery Cheap. mlall Iroai latin, which I will tell H.I'HHf., Kf st - k nianu-fucturin- w 0 M (ft M n W. H. HIGGINS f -- di:ai.i:ii in , IlHntHHrc, IIoi-n- o g o w o a VI 5) I oa W Iron, Shorn, (Jrix-crlrM- Niitlttlrn, NhIIm, HBBy WIiccIh, NleiCN, NpokoN, ClrnloH, HltHM, iiir'iiNtvHrr, :hiioMIIIh. Husk)' VhIim, IlnrHCMt, NlnnnHHro, d liitor MIIIn, I.hi CnrriK, Jirii Micllcrx, i'ollHrx, Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brialey Combined Flows, Wooden Cast Farapi, and tho Celebrated May-fielElevator. Tin Roofing and 0 tittering will have prompt attention Garrard County a o s a o p a B O O JO A b N """"",M I II'. H, MrlUmiru. H.V. HKMJIIT. V.I. 'IIKKAN. o Q W BRIGHT GROCERIES & CURRAN, Iti-tiil- ins-pla- td w a id IVIiolrHitlu iinil l IIohIitm In H MS r3 AND HARDWARE, JO d o Li d 0 Wo run two houaoa, carry tho Largoat Stook in town; pay oaah for our goods, which enables un to noil you oloaor than nny ono. 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If there I one aFt uriously npholtlered on either aide of the thing about which my heart li fixed, It I long table In front of the Speaker; "gov l hit, that l win noi sen my gut id nj -- j, ThafJreat Southern Etposlllon it Lonlitllle, Ky., It drawing rMpl front all parlt ot the United ern menl" on hi right "opposition" on hi direct or Indirect. My treasure ihall all States, torn tven cam from Turope, and with great delight do they linger In the long walks of th lefi; reporters' gallery above his bead and be laid up In heaven. "Having food and tmmenst bulldlog, engaged In tonrerutloaslglittetlDg and listening to the delightful tlrtlntof the higher still the latticed ladle' gallery.thro' raiment, I will be content therewith," unbras tand of lha Beveuth New York rtegtmtnt, Thl concert alone It worth the prlc of admission, the bar of which w could discern half a til I enter upon the fair Inheritance, the dozen Incarcerated female trying to rated glitter of whose glory I have seen and for Friends who kid not seen esrh other for yrsrtintt hers onsipccledly and gladly dlt Ihty gmpetch stlch a view of the various speaker a their the sake of which I gladly forrgo what oth- other's hand In friendly Meeting, and sous shsdy snd cool plsrs found Ihein lellliig llielr "hsps" snd wretched pillion permitted. The male er long for. I shall live and die a "poor mlshspa" since lilt they met. Often snd long do visitor ttay In front ol lh magnificent display visitors' gallery face the Speaker and ex- man" (If die I must, instead of the transla- mid by Winter A Co., J. the great Southern roasufseturtrt of Men's, Ilojtand Children's Clothing, tend across an opposite end of the elegant tion I look for,) yet "rich In faith and heir They Ins tskin particular pains lo display on of lb branches of thtlr business, vis: s room, seating perhap 100 people If pack- ot a klngdom,"nd only looking for a "city t cuahloned which hath foundation, whose builder nnd Men's, Tout hi', Iloyi' snd Children's Clothing. In thlt dlsplsy Is tetn Ihs dlgnlned looking Over ed. Side galleries, with nicely of maker is God." I am sure I shall never coat sultsbl lobs worn by a United Btstct Senator or your putor, tho "nobby" silk or satin laced teat teem reserved for a visitation and were quite empty the right lack "any good thing." I have the prom- for the 'esqulilts" snd Ihwdartbls snd almost terlaitlnglotnlt apltln builniss or working man. of our onlooklng. What waa "not the ise and It satisfies me. And when these In snlti for men you seen something retlly genteel and lasty, and also those for Ihs "dnds"snj same," I was forcibly reminded of In seeing dim eyes that scan wearily the lines I write Premier Gladstone In the seat, where 22 shall "behold the King In Ills beauty and "swell," anils which when worn wll I be nollml, owing lo thtlr norelly and ortglnsllly of tljls. And yearn before I had gated curiously upon the land of magnificent distance," I shall those Youths' and Children's sulttl otthevws ehillepi In a future rommunlrsllon. W stated an old gentleman with folded arms, white be only too glad that I refused a portion beforn that this riepsrtmest Itoneotthelr many. Kach ldlitlnclnd tepsrslo frjtn ths other, ytt bat drawn down over his brows, leg here. Pardon and suffer this much. Ever Ills Ihs wheels Ins clock, they all bsrmonlio. Inronsenienfeof the many hands, Ullorsand Gno, O. Barnm. trelched straight More him with feet In Jesus, which J. Winter A. Co. employ all tho year round, It Is an Impossibility fur any smsll estabcross-- !, apparently asleep, but watchful as Etciled Thousands Vets Cemmtnls. lishment, all others In Iulsvl!Usr small tomparrJ with us, to sell gool goods st such low rales as action or word of All over a weasel and allowing no the land are going Into ecstasy orer Dr. Gov. Illackbiiru I evidently laboring hi wily foe across the Uble to escape him. King's New Dlsromy for Onntuiupllnn. Tbtlr J. Wlattr A Co. Ilia no doubt a fact that In jour own town you hare several stores which sell Clothunder a mistake. The article In the New ThU waa Lord Palmerston and Disraeli unlooiMfbrrecorrry ly the timely uss of tbls ing, but It waa purchatod read In tht Fst end there gotten up for ths wholesale trade. Wo York Sun, "Turn the Itaacal Out," waan'l wm leader of the opposition. Doth have great llffta?lng remedy taiitt then; to go nearly wild In HmtsIm. It It guarantttd to allftly think Itadvlrabla that wl'.h Ihepurcbsneof your or your boys' clothing you watt till you com to addrewd lo the Governor of studies now, and in their place in the curs severe Coughs, Cc.IJi, Asthma, Hay Few, Commonwealth. IuIitII1 on on, of those Souther n Einosltloneuursloa rate tickets, snd yon will nnd In J, Winter House Sir Stafford Northcota "nag nags" Bronchitis, UMrtenest,Lotaof Voice, or ny Thl I a uselee expeura which the peo- Mr. Gladstone, while inferior parties jaw A Co.'s store, corner Third sod Market streets, ths Throat sml Lungs. Trial Bottles fol a Genu' and Boys' outlining store. ple of the State at large will not relish and each other across the open space and glare rit renny A icAllster's Drug Store, ilw.lt Ths variety being luuesss, yon will have no trouble lo be suited In color or Altei In sin. Wear your It la no foreign to the simple, unoetenta-lio- n out of hostile eye and hale each other M BucAlen'g Arnica Salre. ok! clothe on the trip and let your carriage driver drtts you or com by street car direct to our store, taste of Mr. Knott that be will doubt-le- e heartily m If the Issue they discus were Tht greatest medical wondtr of the world. Warcumber-tom- e feel more embarraiwed by the worth it all, and ono side had all the right ranted lo tedlly curs Burnt, Drulxs, Cuts, U- U suited and lilted snd then go lo your hotel, lake a bath, babsved, and donned in your new attire, surparaphernalia of inaugural and the other all the wrong, Mr. Glad- lcer, Sail Rheum, Feter Bores, Cancers, Pile, enter the dining room to refresh tho Inner man. Don't you snjoy reading our communications and roundings than he will feel complimented stone la a man of noble presence, with rath- Cbllblslni, Corns, Teller, Cnspped HtnJssnd ill see good sense snd good sdrlre In thtinf tain eruptions, guaranteed to care Intrrry by the eflort of hi predecessor to officially er a stern fsce, quite like Judge Breck, the or none? refuDilKl, A illlte cure lor expire In a blatt of glory.- - Howling Green elder, and a grand eye that look right Pile, z&e per box. For sal by Peony A McAI. liter. ?Io Democrat, all.. through you. It la as honest a face as 1 Ijm1 I.. I. ,.&1iT? j inir any il.LVr.rStf ii .t".f.ll l fvr niftia ! Tho Hon. J. Proctor Knott, the Incom- ever looked upon; and I do believe It is the it hue ivpulsr r.,rdi HEW ADTKRTISKaKJITH. n. I:rrl-ril- ! tit ing Governor of Kentucky, hai a aplendld character of the man, whether mistaken In A Diploma. Having taken thaigs ol thla famous wstsrlng RHai.iieiiruouysmra. sum by all nportunity to do good work and make judgment or not. He I a DrOTKlili,Slslloutri A News Ant's. plsrs for ths coming season, I am now hi name honored for all time by the peo- upright statesman, of hom one could with HON. A. G. TALIIOTT, Prepared to Receive Guests. ple nf the Stale. Never were the peoplo there were many more in these degenerate niDujIs, Isarandldats for Speaker ol the neat Itourliou tDoniify so disgusted with a Chief Executive a times. He I hare a corps of trained servants and will ba abla rather under a cloud just House of lUprrmolal'.ves. lo furnish with iim present incumlienl, and never wa now, because lie wished to act honestly toSallsjAtctory AcconimsdalieMM a heller opportunity presented fur signal wards Lestppe, the famou Suex Canal To all persons in pursuit of health or and distinguished service than I now nprii builder, nnd allow hi in to reap the htrvtit The 4Mb Annual Fair l the Bouibun County Tho medicinal quiilllcs of Ibe- -s wslers pleasure. brum juu u nil sWiaiTo Cu iSum Un jorare loo Hud-loo- n to Mr Knott Agricultural H'Clety will bo held at farit, Ky Kecord. lOUUrWiwUHniK .IMH.WV.IMUI7 ..M( wcu suown 10 me peopieor Central he richly deserves, both in fame and monHuTMu csttM. hrKlonlng September slh and continuing flrodajt. need a dMrrlntlnn ..f ih.l. lliKitnM.Kentucky to ey. Hut John Hull, true to hi Itraelitiah f 7,000 la I'rrMlaiat. NewMiand t Nw enables! The of board will be reasonable. For further Vtry Law Rain. una of the belt half mile Tracks In the Utalel In st Irvine, Ky. class rloge for to the ,57"1 ! additiontwo trotaregularday. location slock, there Information, apply to meS. M. KACOCK. DimiNn tlio continuance of the Smth. Instincts, can hardly afford to be even just, will li csch ol grounds much lean generous, where a Frenchman Is all that could be desired accessible IromUall em Exposition, nt Louiaville, Ky , (com points by mil. Floral Hall with IU usual attracI will rent at public turtlon befors lbs mencing August lat, and continuing 100 concerned, and frowns even upon his favortions. The Kentucky Central Uallruad and branchdoor In Stanford, on es will run special trains at .excursion ralei.i, Enthe Louisville A Nashville Kail- - ite Premier when it cornea to giving day), , trance to purses close August ttli. For particuJtlonilttj-- September 3, 18S3, lars, address the Mecrelsry. road will tell Kicurdon Ticket from any "Johny Crapean" his due. Sturdy, pig' J. W. miUJUHOH, 1'rnldent. of it station to Louitville nt one fare for headed grand old John Built The Queen' (County Court ds;) 43 Arres of Land, lying on lCSW. A. PAItlCElt, (Secretary. Hush Hrancti, logo In amall grain. The place It the round trip. Theso Tickela will be on legal advisers decide that the exclusion of known s Ibe Jos. Jscksoo firm. Donds with apor renter. E. H. BURNSIDE, sale every day, from L. A N. station and Mr. Uradlaugb is not according to law. proved security SEVENTH ANNUAL .. i.'. nvimi.it. i7Mt will be good 15 ample time Hut what care J. It. for legal advltere? OF THE to visit the Greatest Exposition ever held He goes on excluding Mr. Ilradlaugh juat - Known This Old School In the South, and second only to the Cen- the same. Nothing will ever tempt him to Hotol Still Maintains give up his '"ISgion," nor love a Frenchtennial at Philadelphia. High AND man. Dear old fellow! I really don't AND feel like kicking him or Open 3d Monday In Sept., 18S3, BEYOND THE OCEAN'S WAVE know whether I patting him on the back. He is such a Board In prlrsU lamlllea very cheap. ApplicaDetermined that It?s lfP,rietSr be Second to no Country bundle of abominable virtues this hateful, tions for a male Princlpsl will be received. iitA.iHi3 mmit: d JAHF.N JllCE.Scc'r Thseeveulh Annual Exhibition (new aeries) of uio oibio in rare, loveble John Bull who rule the world Appointments-- , or iu the Kentucky Agricultural and Mechanical Atten102 Shacki.ewell Lake. 1 little caring whether the world like it or, will be held In IIm Clly of Lexington, tion to Comfort of Dalston, London, E. Aug. 1th, '83 j not. It waa a dull loll in Parliament life bcginnlngonTUE3DAY,AUnUaT2S I8H, and their Qneiti. continuing fire dajl. Drar slrrlor Catalogues sent on application. Tuesday night discussing the Agricultur A delightful ripple on the surface W. H. UENTKY, Frss't. I will teach a dy school for girls In the Springs al Holdings Bill; with a very thin bouse building In Crab Orchard, 11. P. KIMKI1D, Scc'y. lUggage will be eoaveyed of our quiet lifel Col. ISurnam and son, of "t'?-.7and thinner debate on crop and .5P"'V eeomasodatl" "to V BcglHHinK Monday, Oct. 1, I8S3, Richmond, came lo see u and we can onTraveler. The Bar will alway (applied with ths choicest be and the value of tenant improve And continuing 8 mootht. I will be assisted br ly leave our friends to imagine our intense Blue-Gra- ss brass's or Llaart and flora. ment and Inherent value of the soil, from two compelert teachers, one no instructor In A enjoyment of the visit. for more of the Ac., apply lartlculsn, the dryness of which members sought re- music. For furtherVA VL1SE terms. to lllCKVli. JtlSH dear familiar face that can never fade out At Public hule. Sllter Crk,Kjr. leavlief in the lunch and smoking-rooms- , of our lives, to greet u in this landt f ing hardly a quorum to make laws for tire ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1883, Keen wa our disappointment In missing . government of landlord and tenant. At I will set! st oublleoutcrv tho firm on which Ire- our dear titter Sharpe, of Louiaville, who 11:30 Will and I fled to catch our last tialn side, situated about S. miles from Manford, LinHoniffiopatlilc ritjslclati, came to the cily,clled ngaln and again and coln county, Immediately on Ibe turnpike road from llro.id street to Dalaton and I shall iroui Disnioru ioBomersei,couia!ningi70 Acres left for Antwerp before we returned from not care to go back, though glad to have DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. It baa on Itaconitorubleand convenient dwelling Scotland, The Colonel look younger and with six rooms, a kitchen, good barn ami all necone more' look at what is really the trorfu" essary outbuildings. It lsexceptlonslly well waleM care worn than when wo last saw him, Ilesldence, Clemens House; office opp. Central nerer The nations of earth, according to Nat. II j ok. Special attention to diseases of women tered, thero being land la falling springs, tine ctnlre. strictly So. land the hundred acres of this and will, wo hope, more perfectly renew ST. A8APH. residue la good grating altogether Ilia a very ex- FORMERLY scripture, are divided with reference to the ami children lor lha past eighteen years. cellent stock fsrui. Tnere Is on the place an orchhi youth during thl European tour. Hi tribe of Israel. And Britain is Israel ard of about 100 young apple treea In full bearing father snd mine were fast friend In the We were amazed of select fruit. At the same time aud on the premnot long ago by the apises will be also ro!d all my peisonsl properly, con"tool old days" and I wm not a little pearance of the bulky volume that baa sisting org Steers, I Milk Cows, 3 Dry Uavlng had this Hotel touched with the Colonel' account of their A Co., Stanford, Ky., Cows and other young Cattle, CO well brol Ewes, 2 given permanent book lorru to the history Lata of Chenault, Severance Waggood work Horses, 10 bead of llofra, I with parting interview that proved to be the of on, 1 Jersey Wagon, a Mowing Machine snd Farmthe LORD'S work in Kentucky. Mr. Also Corn Acres Implements & CO.. ingthe held snd generally. Hay iu23alackt. ofTerms M. last un earth, llaptist and Presbyterian Price Iim done his part of the work in such From basement to garret, a lot of in Importfri tod Jobbtra of Titj Ooodi, Notlona, dc., made known on day ol aalc. they were, but something higher and bet-- a.rw, luieml (e Keep It In Strictly a painstaking way that I do hope that be d NVS.iX A. ME.VHVKE. Mi, oj'J, oil FlrgtVG'lRKej Manner, ter aliio. "llrother llurnam," said father, will Gnd ample remuneration, m well a ICY. LOUIHVIX.T-.K- . And leave nothing nndono that will add to the "I don't want to have better company in the literary fame he deserve for hi graceheaven than you and those like yon." ful composition. Had COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. I enjoyed the op "llrother Hunts," responded thogood man, portunity of revising the five sermon pub''when I get to heaven, be sure that I will lished m an appendix to the volume, there ot As Administrators with will not lie long in bunting you up." And so are aome few sentence I should litre supAre offered I will stand this One young bull at my place, Ulvena. deceased, we will annexed Jackson on Fit ID AX, thry parted iu tearful love and long since pressed as giving uetdless offense. And neardlauford, at SKM'T, 'JS 1HH3, at his Isle residence In SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Co., Ky. sell his entire estate, real and perTo patronise me, as I have every convenience such both have made these parting word a especially would I have eliminated the $2.50 to IuMiire Cain sonal, consisting of two tracts of land. (Joe of rllCK BAill'Lk! ItOOMS, Ac., for their uVV heavenly reality. "West be the tie that atatement m lo what I once thought ,on the Money due II raw la parted with. Knightly Is by 00 AVUEH near (livens' Church aJJolnlnx the as (Jeorge riiulth, the Logan Chss. Knightly. binds.'' The son of thee two good men testimony of others, Col. Ingersoll had said IU II. AE.F. Woods' St. McllOllKHTH, Jr. laud of Albert Wm, McAfee; aaid brothers,rich, Ilea Baggage Transferred Koilleman snd land la JOUS to and from well, Is well fenced, well watered and la a high ought to be friend and they are, Praise about our Savior and His mother. Col. I. tho Depot free of charge. atate of cultivation, the LOUD, though about a distant In Ulve ine a call. The other. Ibo homo trail, rontalnlug 310 formally denied this in a letter to the Indiw. N. FKANCIN. AVKKH, situate on both sides of the Lincoln view a Calvin and Wesley, and anapolis Incvnodast and on finding I had unand llojIeT. l lload. Bullies from Danvlllo and and 2 mllea from Shelby and Junction Cities, bat likely to be continued until "heaven aud intentionally done him an injustice, I reon itagootlsabsUntlalfraiua dwelling ol aeten 1 w(ll deliver Ice every morning glory dawn." I saw them off for Scotland paired it as beat I could by publicly rooms, good barn, grauary, carriage-bousg sod KENTUCKY CENTRAL ft. B. necesaary build lugs a good Tuesday morning and the Colonel gave me POUND, other tract la til suatcptible alsocultiratlou orchard. AT ONK CENT for the misstatement lo the Thla of and Is Br vaa the hearty assurance of hi sympathy hi my Buely adapted to the raising of corn, wheat Ac, c Indianapolis; and also by -T- 1IJ3 MOST DE3IKABLK on Its As long as my present stock lasts. After that, Lake and Is also a grazing larni ; ROUTE TO work, a he slipped a couple of sovereign due at the will make a deslra spring!. Is well fenced and private letters to Col. Ingersoll him- - iceaaiowaai can auoru Accounts tie boms for persons seeking one. into my hand to help carry It on. The eelf. He wm good enough to express him close of each month. Stanford, May 7. It. K. llAltllOll IX) UD bless hi ml HI son "Tutt" I a PERSONALTY. self satisfied by my prompt reparation and And decidedly the Popular Iloute, afford I Dr. ss It aplendld fellow, six feet three or four in The personalty consists of S cows, 1 jok'o oxen, 1 does, Isss changes snd superior accommodations to therefore the reappearance of the recanted III slocking", full of vigorou 1 buggy and intelli- offense In such a permanent form is partichorse, J brood bulll yearling heifers, Missouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, -mares, 38 head ol Jtarllng raulre, i largo gent life and taking In thl country a on- ularly trying. DANVILLEIt must be remembered 41 brad of hogs and about 90 sboats; also 1 Ths North. Northwest snd Weal. In fact. If you ly healthy 19 can do. We hope to see them buggy, several share In tba D. t II, T. P. contemplate a trip In any direction, your Interest that these sermons In Mr. Price's book and again when they get back) from the North. will be bestseryed by purchasing your tickets via Iloa.1 , firming uleutlls, 1 wsgoo, 1 thooe in "God's Love Story," are from stenC. and 1 wheat drill, 1 The meeting at llrunawlck Chapel closed ographic report taken in Dayton some reaper, 2 barrovs gant New Cincinnati. Putlm.n KImCh. ci Day Coaches, aud h.ndaouely furnishAc. 40 acres of corn in shock, ed Keclinlng Cbalr Cars lorm the uucousled In bleating Sunday night; 1 14 confession recanweek previou to the Indianipoli Terms liberal and will bo made known on day ol tale equipments of thla Old thereby making in all. It waaaquletlittieworkinaqulet, a trip orer this Una one ol luxurious comfort snd tation. These reports I have nut at all repleasure. Try It. out oftlie-wanook. I urn sure the LOUD vised and it could scarcely be expected that j.h. TIME TABLE. IN EFtlX-- JULY 29. ISM. sent u there and that Ij enough. We my editors should know all thl and act ac nt-l- d Aulalitratort, made the acquaintance of a noble trio nf cordingly. Aud so abnoxlou pauages BOUTU. No. I. No. 4. I No. It, gospel worker in the person of the Ward have crept into both book. Yet I hope Manufacturer! of Lve. Oorlngtou...... i 00 am 3 00 p m brother. London I kept from utter pu- the beat and that the truth will outweigh am 4 33 p l'aliuoulh.. trefaction by the presence In it of such all and win lis way iu spite of handicap. " Cyntblana . 10 i a m 5 to p ni m II IS a m Crab Orchard Educational So- Arr. l'arla.... men a they scattered over it nt preservaAud while on this topic, jutt let me say IeerH, NhhIi, llilutlH, Window Lie. l'arla 11 13 a m t IS p iu, tive interval. "Ye are the salt of the that not one penny of profit, in a pecunla ciety. Arr. Lexington.. II us p m 7 10 p u sarlh." The meeting In Hackney U ad- ry way, is to accrue to me from Mr. Price's Lve. 1'arla. 13 p iu HHtl Dear FrHuiett, M oltU Is hereby given that ths undersigned, I. Notice ' alllltrtburg. a 40 p m vertised lo begin Sunday morning and we book. I gladly furnished him what mateB.A. Mlddlelon, W.T. II. Whits, It. 11. Urouaugh, " Carlisle-.-Ar- r. 7 CO p u J. D. I'ettus. Wu.otewart. W. K. Dilllon.J. W. 3 10 p a Mantilla- are putting In thla week at Clifford Hail, rial I had In making up hi volume, trust Alcorn, W. K. Anderson aud James Ilire, bars Ihrm. Ncroll Saw IS pm this day, under Chapter M of the Ucneral Statutes Lve. I'si la. ....... il 13 a m Darntbury, In quite a different part of the ing bint to cull with delicacy and judg" Wlochealer II 11 p m 7 13 p ui or Kentucav. asaoctaiea ineuiseivee loaeinor ana " Hlchuood... city. 1 foresee a glorious work at this ment from records never intended for the I 40 p ui 3 40 p tu 30 put become incorparaieu under me jrportte name or Werlc,Ttiru Lancaster (.Tan urcnara tvuucauosai Docieiy." wun ineir low pm II 03 pm point when we shall be permitted to re- public. Thl be Iim done with the true inpriucipai piaraoi uusmestsi (.rau urcnara, uu. Arr," btaoiord June hm sui II 60 p m coin county, Ky. turn to it at no distant day. The popula- stincts of a gentleman and the judgment Noam. No. I, No. 3. No. IS. 2. Ths general nature of tbebualueas to be trana ,1ur LRtho Werlc, tion 1 poor and swarm. Tbey bear the of one who know by experience what the acted Is the eetabtlsbmeot and ualDteuauce of Lve. DUAfordJunc 4 43 s m J Up u theeducalloQ of children of both sexes school for " Lancaster a ospw word gladly, reminding us of Stratford le tllliui st Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. general public wants In acb a case. Be" hlchmoud FleerlHg, Celling, WeHlk s 30 a iu t 00 uu t 63pm 3. Ths amount of capital atock shall be 11,500, Bow. 33am ." Winchester... 7 30 a in 220 pu yond this connection of persooal good will to ba paid In upon such Isruit and tu aucU lustall- - -- rr. ( Its p m Tuesday night Will and I went to Hoard of and affection, which have both strengtheneruourtlliiK, Drcwtetl Isumbcr, meutiss thanotice and Trustees uisy prescribe af Lts, Mijitlllo I 1 oo pm after 11,500 shall bar beeu ter 10 days' to attend a sitting of the House of ed 7 S3 Carllsle... lubsirtbed. with more Intimate acquaint ance and a " Millersburg 76s aui 1 43 pm am 4. The corporation aball commence thlt dais, Commons, having that evening unoccu8 30 s m 3 IS pm. with that the work In Kentucky might be ltioertkles,f Incorporation having beeu fileU In Air. l'arls. And othtr pied by any preaching service. We ap- worthily chronicled, there Is no other, of a ths otace of the County Court Clerk of Lincoln Lve. Lexlugion 7 40 s is county snd tball terminate 23 yeart from date. " rails. . SOS 01 3 13 v ui plied first to the office of our minister for butlness character. Never will I accept a t. 1 ha attain of the ooriurallon are tu In con" Cyntblana..-- " OSS UI 3 63 p m ducted by a Hoard of nine Trustors, elected by Ihs permits, without which none may enter dollar in the way of remuneration or com Kalmoulh. lOOtS U 4 63 p ui snareholders. oue of said Trustees, selected br Arr. CatlngtoB. 1141am s 30 p ui tho august precinct, litre we were bafIheuiMlse lo be rrrsldent luereol. The Trusteee pliment from this record of my own life shall U elected aouuallr ou the drsl baturdar Iu No. 1 Lv. Lei. (IMiu, Arr. Maystllle 00 a ta fled by red tape and delay, with no hope of man us No,2C I.t. MsjirllUlllOam. Arr. Lsi.u Idiu feel humbled for my genera tue uouiuoi juut, aumne nrii eiwuou and labor. I Also Dealers In- No. 37 Lv. Lex. 1 23 p w, Arr. Maystllle II JO p w IN ,UBh .B9, UBI1, CM,UIua7 BCI4 HH III. H( getting what we wanted until a permit tion In ever maklrsg tbls disclaimer, but it bleb Hue Ihe Incorporator shall snail tit as a No. 23 Lv. Mersttlle I OO p m, Arr. Ui. 4 00 pui Lv. Cur. S 20 p iu. An k'almoulh 7 20 p u would have been useless, leelng It waa thl Itoardof Trusters, wllb authority to eacercli the No. I needful and I therefore make it, so that No. R Lv. Kalmoulh 15 a m, Air. Cor. IIUiu powers couierreu nj tutaiiuiea or toe lucoipurt night or not at all. Borne took the ahort no one can truthfully charge me with veNot. 3 snd 4 dally betwaea Klchmoud, Lsxlngtou ! llou, auj Cusluglou, all others dally except Buuday. 0. The hlrucet auouut of Indebtedness or lUbll- m I reatembered to hive done 22 nality In this matter. Aud I will also state cut, llv lowbUbaall coruurslloa shall at suv time II.WM, year before, bribed a policeman and paw- that I do not have the sermon published lubJectllaeirihaUr-ileice- eJ to tiKraHtaia c.11 on us or write for urlcrs. W keep a large he uieuiLertof said 7. lhewlrale ed In without the lent dWculty. I waa for profit. I have uked Bro. Greenwood stock and will do our best to pleats you la prices corimrstlou shall uruurrtrof from Its torpurats be essmpt Fur tickets, rales aud Infuruallou (nrtaluing lo dsbta. July -- , UU. seated by the usher In charge In almost lo reduce the price of "God's Love Story" and utility ol material. time, roonecllous, Ac, till ou or address 8. A. MIDDI.ETON, It. II. lilt!)') A UU II, IV II. McKOllEKTrl, wm. bruAitr, the Identical spot from which In '01 I bad lo $1, If It can be done; and If there should Auasv. j. K.riitTiU), W U. DILLIOH. W. T. II. WHITE, BlsuUd. Ky. looked upon a scene tho tame and yet not da a call for aubseuueat volumes, to put HAXV1I.1.K I'LANISO Hlt.lt CO. W K. ANDERSON, JAM&ittlCK. U. W. BENDElt, a L. HHOWN, J W ALCORN tluper ioleud.ut Osu'l Vu. I rl. Asi. Danville, Ky the same. The room wm unchanged. them at a low a price as the expense of HMuii fcapreeelrsln" For Sale. A handmme reatdence Will Nil very cheap. tW. Craig, Btanford. ft Tub big mogul fi eight engine on the K. 3CTT. 0. It It. pulled G5 loaded car to Stanford Itestky Morning, August 21, 1883 Junction lail week. Mn, A. F. Dmwy, a reierled clllten of (larranl county, died Hundty night at 8 I.AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. o'clock, of general debility, aged about 70 .1 M r. Mall (rain going North. ... i oo r. ". year. Mouth.. aTANBVOKD. . Mouth 1 Norn .... A 01 A.M. LOCAL NOTICES. John Smith ha opened a flrt clan barber ihop In the Franct Hotel, He will be BMlaled by lien Gobi and guarantee (alia- k Hut Paint of l'enny 4 HTAKDAitii ready JlODf rU i ntsgg . McAIIater-Nic- fiction. A Mv laat year' Individual limine mint he cloeed iip, and tlioo (ndefited to me iiiiial coma and aettle. I mean bualneM. K slojlt of iilrihdav can! t I'ennr Inl , McAllMer. mlieil Jul. Haas Ho Cholera A Mc A lister o!e agent. I1RAND now Cure). I'nny P.Owaley. ilock of every Ihln In Ilia Jevrtlrr Una at Vtnnj A McAlltter . Watciim, Clock. n.l Jewelrr re.ialre.1 ml warranted bv Penny A McAIWar. ka (Iivr.v up that Meltoliert A Htt Ilia best Hodu Water in the vrorM. 1 ry It. MaoiiinkOii- - which will neither het nor cun. 09 csnt per Rtllon. .Aim eilu strained lard Oil t,McIlbwts&HtsgR,s. Sheriff Menefee and Clerk llalley took Froman Minor to the iienllen- llary for life Friday, for the murder of John Ferrell aeveral year ago. FonLiiK Fihe, Mr, Fanny Dunn came near low Iht place Sunday afternoon and wm Instantly kllledi Thla young boy, hand- aome he wm, the only aon of a poor mother (God pity her), left hi home at Klley Station yt(erdy morning with the latt word of hi aged mother ringing In hi ear admon lulling him to "be a good boy," jut m any other good mother would do; hut God thought beat for thl boy' c.ireer to clow, and the young man, filled with bright anticipation, I no more. It I raid by coins here that the boy wa knocked off the train, but the evidence before the cor oner' jury failed to aubttanllate thl report, though Mr. John Huddlcilon, broth- of the young man, aay be will Investigate the mailer and have the guilty party convicted If audi I the cate. He wa perfectly eober. The people of thl place were never more allocked, and every attention om!hle wa gtvtn the corpxo and hi relative. There should be aome way to protrrl the trevellng public. III. Ready-mtd- "first-claw- " lo- - log her rrtldenre Friday night by the overheating of a flue. The fire waa extinguished before It got under headway. ' "personal. A. -r- Mu. C. 1Um, of Ml. Vernon, la WS her yesterday. iflElI.(llVii' Am, account of A. Owtley, deceae, and A. Owey A Hon not willed by Sept. lf, will be put into the band of an officer, the hutlnrx mint be clttod up. Waller Kentucky,--Covingto- rusticating at u beau-Ide- V.Oi!ey,Jr. ge The Somerset lltpoittr ha a model Mk. K.W, LtLLAiin, of I.incasler, wee He inform an nnxlou world In town loia'vreeV. that "Mr. Burber and Mr. McKtnney have Iim returned firm ipill chewing tobacco" and Mk. Jacoii Coorr.ii now mallera can Kockcastle HprlnK. ruiime their wonled placidity, Another Misi Laura Hamdiixik I vUItlne; of It criba write, "She ye for T. J. Il, frten.laln Incaler. of Science Hill, to come again," and if T. Dit. Iluoil IUiiiIk iitilto sick at hie J, II haa got even half he will aland home In the country. not on the order of hi going, but go at LouisMiu Frank J. CuitruH went to oncn. I lioeo corrcunondent are woitli ville Hunday afiernnon. Dritptn finrioi. I. in i. mmm ESTILL JSPItlNGS The Camp Meeting at Junction City Mo., to lire. a large crowd on Sunday. The ex- I MlM M ATTIK UaRLAN, of Dsnvll rureion train from I)ndon pnwel hero at lha guest of Mr. Kitty lllfticint. U.'U) A M- - and wa crowded with McKiNNKV U visiting Mm firat-tlen mute in what might be called MIm Keta Phelns In ItlclnuonJ. riicua. The agent litre eold 169 tickI Mm Lll.l.ieAnKOi.n, of Garrard, et. There were peclal train from both lha gueal of Mis Llllie McCUry. North and South on the Cincinnati South KiriiAKU Givr.wi he gone to Mk. ern and likewtae on the L. A N, and each Kocacajtle Hprlng to recupetate HuikkV.K. Cawon hu nlorntJ of them wa filled to the utmoat capacity, many occupying referred neat on the top from Louhvllle.lo remain with tie. of the cara. During aervice on the ground Mim Ha i.l.l if llAKricn, of Htittonville, Sunday morning the preacher wai kicking li the cunt of the Ml we Thurmond. ml family, of conalderably about the bad order prevail- Mrs. Wim. Fklahu bimtnee for the inf, but it wa np-hi- ll Lexington, ate with Mr. A. M. Felsad. people to realize Ibe fact lint they were atMb. Wm. Ciirxault, of Louisville, le tending religiou eervlce. The meeting vlaitloB hU brother, Mr. K. ILCLenault. will continue probably two week or more, K. V. Pott, of Chicago, waa on TMw. and a large crowd I expected to attend yesterday en route to Lancsster. thelraln again next Sunday. M. 0. Nkvius Iim been quite 111 for days, lint liu Improved consldera- several DEATHS Mr. lliniil I(ay li gone to having. e, l, 1 l.uu pinger u Agricultural Society - Yotuur,iriuro-tcn:i.2i.lo- ik. Land For Rent rl ...!. Court-hou- MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and Well its Roputation, h -t PAIR Propr days-allowi- ng Crab Orchard High Kentucky Agricultural Association Mr. Mechanical . thU, vicinity, Col. Jmo. V. Ciiaiidocic, editor of the rn route to the Parle KenlutLian, Governor' Ball. Mk. AMD Miw 11. II. Hall, who bare been tieUing her uiotbet'a family, tetuin eJ to Knotetlle Saturday, Mlit Aumm lltiiRY and Mine Lucre-tl- a Uebo, of NlchoUefille, are Tlailing the fanilly of Mr, Tbouiae I). Newltnd. Tim editor of thla piper le in Lou!-tlllbating gone thltlier to meet hi "better hair' oo her return from the Wet. Mim Mamb L. KoUauikp, of and Mla Carrlck, of Par!, who hare been vlalling the MIm dlrem, bare rttumul to their home. Muxni Dolly Wu.liami and Kmma Peyton, of Huitoutille, whohra been Miu Mry Ilrown, haro reltirne.1 boiue, Uklng MIm Mary with tbam. e, Hannt-Lal'Mo., tU-IiI- Of comumption, at Pittiburg, Ky , Geo. S. Ilrown, aged about 10. He wa a gone to Tennessee with a view of purchas-in- g eon of Mr. K. Drown, of Lancatler, and to a farm. Lackey, of that place hi body wa taken Saturday for Mexsim. Keith and Kd. interment. A wife and four children are New Mciloo, Mo , are visiting relatlree In left to mourn a kind and indulgent father' 1)k.ani Mm CurroM Fowler hare iv 17S-l- " School for Girls! ";" ItHU. 171-4- 1 under-draina- RELIOWUS. Noel will preich at Halt Gap next Sunday at 11 a. m and 7 r. H. A protracted meeting, conducted by ltev. K II. Caldwell, commenced at Walnut Flat church Saturday night. Service will be held both morning and night. -I11 tlT. It. (, Fine Farm far-of- JK. T. SMITH, FRANCIS HOTEL. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. 11. Cobb HO ewea, John M, Hail mild to M IIm , at .le. lC5-3- m For Hale.-3- 30 ewe, 3 mile fiom HiulonvilleatStagg A llohon' I have firrl clM uhlnglea for tale. G. Pennington, Stanford, Ky. Whitney cold 2'jO ahcep to Mr. ltoht. IUrlier for Time. C. M. Spoonamore'a wheat averaged 10 biifhela to the acre and be told it to 11. STAIVFORB, - - ICY. I a V. It. $.'MX).-Gla- gow J. ROBINSON m-- iu Kefuriiislied ami Rciltted II 172-l- " LOCAL HATTERsT Icmonulo at H. H. Geo. D.Vearenat$l. Geo. W. Alfonl bought of Jno. (In a gtita Myera'. of ice-col- d New Fall Calioou for achool girl tt Ly tie. llobu Mexican Patmea Toilet Hoa;ramtuiiig new , at W. II. lllgglna'. Tky the "Oral" patent churn, aold on a guarantee. For ale by llrlglit A Curran. I Parties needing bran and b!ptufl can be aud!el by the Lincoln Mill at $12$0 per ton. Tub K. U It. It. will aell excuralon tlck-eat reduced rate to tba Cyntblana Fair, which begin A it.W remnanta of calico at 5 ccnta (er yard thla week and dre good at pedal price at J. W. Hayden. a IS liead of l,W.ri lb. cattle at 5 centa and 75 cent per head premium. J. K. llruce loaded on the K. C. car Ch Knightly. a Sale of Fine Lands Commercial Truvelcr.M mm U i i. Comb and ee our handaouie tliiplay of Home very Q.ueenawara and Glaaawaro. b'&mUoBic dinner, tea and chamber act. Ilrljflit & Curran in jail here Saturday evening charged with ateallog aouio clothing from J, B. Pennvbacker, at Klnfa Mountain. XimTBAciiiM iNrriTirrE will be In and to morrow at the waeion here y About 60 teacherx are Court'IIoute. to U In attendance. A Nkiiro named Hill vu put It wat reported here yeterday that F. Peak, formerly of thU place, had been hot three lime at Flat Hock, Ky., but the particular we could not obtain. " J. here yelerday DO head of cattle avenging U35 lb., purchaaed by It. F. Neal in at I cent. Jame Land aold McAII.ter, Bailee A Co, 18 hog, weighing 3,000 pound,at 5c. He alw eold to Mr. Iletlle Uroaildu G hog at the nine price. Tracy A Wrtt'a trotting stallion, Wwt, by Allie Weet, dam Mir Coon, broke hi leg at Lexington Sunday. He wa valued at $10,000. Biiulre Jan. Chorn eold 1C0 bead of fat cattle to Ililtlujoro parties at an average of about Jc per In. H. F. Cloud ha bought aOiucklingiuulet for J. W.Ceoll, of Croi llridge,Tenn., at from $W to $70 each. Wlnclieater Democrat. Danvillk Court. Opt. 11. T. Iluah report a dull court day; but few buyer and a amall run of atock; 42 head three brought year old cattle weighing 1,1112 $1 80 ier cwt , tome woik oxen brought from 3 to I rent tier lb. About 75 mule on market of all age but none eold. Jo. McAlItter'a F.xor., through Fran-c- i A Miller, ha eold to, Jeiae Mcduffy 70 acrcMof knob land 1 mile eait ol High, land at $2.75 per acre. They alo eohl fur W. II, Terry nnd wife their farm or 90 acre 2 milt north of Highland, to a New York farmer for $300 nnd for A. CI. Coffey hi farm of 103 acre on Lick Urancb, 3 mllea itoiitlicail of Stanford, to C. Shopfer, at $25 per e, b Un-co- in ITO-- Ice! Ice! Ice! PER ajiolo-gliln- e Park-Theatr- apolo-gisti- g CIXCINXATI! s, ll. PLANING MILL COMPANY, y amnion oivess, aii'nss, T Notice of Incorporation! tlipn .,. Logan' vale Saturday household and kitchen furnltuie and farming Implement Bold low. One buggy recently purchased by him at $12) brought $3S,anil one At Dr. "ToIlYToIjnty. Parkttillt. Mr. Will Webb' home became fright ened at a boy carrying an umbrella near thla place yeaterday, turning hi buggy and throwing Mlaa Nannie Foittr. a perfectly beautiful young lady, whom we regret to say we do not know, from your county, ami the young nun out, fortunately neither wounded. Miu of them were eerioualy Foter received the praUe of every one that wltueafed the accident, In trying to turn the buggy right aide up whllo Mr. Webb vu attempting to retcue hlmaelf being fattened in the buggy In aome way. They were coming from Ibe Camp Meeting and thU and the killing of (leorga Martin on the train near IhU place, caue u to doubt If the good done by the Camp Meeting will 11 cow $05. Fob Balk. A aplendld family residence la Btanford, Ky ; well located and convenient.. Call on J. 11. Oiriley or V. W. Owtley, Jr., at Farmer National Hank; Eire, of A.Ofiley,decJ. of Stanford bat the Second Nino of Lancaster It) acorea In a a Weil-minst- i'iria.. . lluiu inpu w nana iilpu Tub Third Nine Building Material IYhiiiIiik Isiuiilxu game of Sinning. ThU ought to aettle the Lancaitere, a they have beeu whipped both on their own and the Stanford' - ground. Tub firm of llrlght A Curran I com-poee- d of the crack thoU of the country. At Danville Friday F. J. Curran broke 10 near equal the evil. out of 20 ami Henry Bright 10 out of 20 Geo. Martla,a biy 1(1 year old, the ball, Jf ypu don't buy your groceries and only upport of a widowed mother, fell hardware from them look out or tbey will from the excurtlon train returning from the Camp Meeting, a quarter of a mile be boot you ou the apot. Speoial Rates ICs-- 4 &wi-fltch- l; iiftriir3 iirml MflTsIsf, BTAKgOBT. xrsr. Ts9dy AuRast A 111 21, 1883 11KA Me TJSO York I'A U Htnt fe Tht Htmntknble Hprtlnl Xnr HrmVW let-rgr- clrtl, tlio Wo device of titcilicn Fisko te liolil Mio wires by Rending tho Biblo through to tho Jfcrahl, m represented in tho piny of "Miclirtel StrogotT," when Mr. Fitko himself strolled in find mn irapoitnncd to giro na tho fact. "It Isn't much of n story," Mid ho; " but n it has been told in a Oozcn different wnyjj, in newspapers, magazines mid novels, you might as well havo tho truth of it. On arriving at tho Clifton Houiw, Ningarn Falls, with tho Prineo of Wales, in 1800, 1 found that tho telegraph ofllce was not oon on Sunday, so I paid the to operator 810 and his ofllco pent my Sunday moumge. Whilo I win writing tho messago, a Tribune reporter h como in and wanted tho operator to his news, which tho operator declined to do. Tken, instead of asking mo for a cIirbco at tlto wires, tho Tribune fellow went to iho Hon. John Roso, then Premier of Canada, and ono tho Directors of tho telegraph company, and obtained a written order which tho operator dared not disobey, that tho Tribune message ifaust b sent when mino was completed. As tho Tribune did not nso telegraph much then, I concluded that thcro must bo some important nowa afloat which I must gain timo to procure. Besides, I tlio idea that a Canadian Premier should interfere between two American order. So papers and issuo an I called the operator's attention to tho phraso, 'when Mr. Flake's messago is completed,' and, as soon as that idea was well into his head, I informed him that ho wight 'tell tho Tribune man that my message would not bo completed until Monday- morning.; Then I tele- graphed my news ; then my mail letter; then saved Howard his postage by add ing his letter to tho Times, and then looked about for more ammunition. Tlio only tvso books I could find at tho hotel wero tho Bible and ' Clauds Duval, tho Dashing Uigwayman,' bo asked tho operator which ho, would pro-feIIo answered bo profanely that I thought a doso of tho Bible would do him good. But, instead of commencing with the first chapter of Genesis, as Jules Vcrno describes, I selected a part of tho first chapter of Matthew, and begged tho operator to bo very particular about tlio names. Havo you a Biblo This is tho style of hero? Thanks. tho thing : "AndJndah begat Pharea and Zara ot Thomar ; and Pharcs begat Esrom ; and Esrom bgat Aram ; and Aram begat Aminidab; and Aminidab begat Kt&son; and Naason begat Salmon; and Salmon begat Booz. of liaehab ; ' ami Jiooz Begat uinu vi nuui , auu Obed begat Jesso.' "Thcro was about a column ot that, and then I skipped over to tho last chapter but ono of Rovolation and wroto out some more uico names for him. Hern is a specimen : '"Tho first foundation was jasper, the second sapphire, tho third a fourth an emerald, tho fifth sardonyx, tho sixth sardius, tlio seventh chrybdlyw, tho 'eighth beryl, tho ninth a topaz, tho tenth a chrysoprosus, the t levoutli a jacinth, the twelfth an arqe- tclo-grapo (From Um New York SUr.J wero tlincuMlnff;, tvt Mio I r. ItK A COTTON'MANT-J.VAltt.TUCRACTt Tlio amnlt farmer who wai to relrlovo the dlsastrra of tho South, and wipe. out tho last vnligo of Hi ' planting aris tocracy, botneon which mid tho Kilo thero was always n lack of nympalhy, by keeping his own acres under tils own supervision, and tifing hired labor only as a supplement to his own Is still held to bo the typical cotton raiser. But tho observer who cares to look beneath tlio tuifaco will detect signs of a rovcrso current, no will discover that thcro is beyond question a sure though gradual rebunching of tlio small farms into largo estates, and a tendency toward tho of a oligarchy. Hero and thero through all tho Cotton States, and almost in every county, arc reappearing tho planter princes of tho old timo, still lords of acres, though not of slaves. Thcro is in Mississippi ono planter who raises annually 12,000 bales ot cotton on twelve aggregating, consolidated plantations, iHsrhaps, 50,000 acres. Tho Capchcart estate, on Alliomarlo sound, originally of Bovcral thousand acres, had $52,000 worth of land added last year. In the Mississippi valley, where, moro than any whero elsi, is preserved tho distinctive cotton pliu.t t on, this reabsorbing of separate farm, itdo ono ownership ia goMr. F. C. Morchcad, ng mi rapidly i authority on tlicao lands, says that nut of tlicm aro owned by tho men who held them at tho close of tho war. and they tiro passing, ono after tho other, into the hands of tho commission merchants. It is doubtful if thcro is a neighborhood in idl tho South iu which casual inquiry will not bring to tho front from ten to a dozen men who havo added farm alter farm to their posses- sions for tho past several years, and now own from six to twenty places. It must not bo sup)K)!ed that these farms aro bunched together nud run after tho old plantation stylo. On tho contrary, thoy aro cut into oven smaller farms, and rented to small croppers. The question involved is not whether or not tho old plantation methods will bo revived. It is tho much moro serious problem as to whether the laud divided forever into small farms bIioII bo owned by the many or by tho few, whether wo shall havo iu tho South a ieasantry liko that o tenantry liko thatof IreFrance, land. Henry' 11'. Grady, in Harper' a O land-holdinone-thir- TO ia XHKKK Vi a ' a nun rwr. A ciuii us and interesting bxperisso was trl.sl lo noertn! tho faculty by ulilch nul.inls find their way back to fnnilll.vr places after bring removed to hum (iMniiees, In order to prevent any kirn h iljro that might bo obtained by tho dim linn or other conditions, a dog wis placid under tlio inrlneiico of chloroform, put in charge of a condaclor on a night height train, and sent from Cincinnati lo Hotncrjet, Ky,, n distanco of 100 miles. On tho way tho dog slept soundly. In tho early twilight of tho mnming alter Iho stirt, whilo tho train wn.s inking vn wood at a sldo track tigliteen miles from Somerset, ho from the cnbooso and started off in a "dazed sort of way," but when pur sued "gathered himself up " and dis appeared across a meadow. Thirty-eighours afterward ho mado his in Cincinnati, having passed over tho distanco of 112 milen, Somo timo afterward tho name dog was put under tho inllucuco of ether and his noso baunnged to prevent tho uso of Ho was his scent faculty. Ihcn placed iu a wicker basket, and putting him upon mi elevated train ho was taken southwest to Danville Junction, east to Crab Orchard, then northout to a hunting rendezvous near Bcrea, Hero ho was kept in a woodshed and closely confined over night, Tho next morning ho was taken out on tho form aud turned Ho immediately started for homo ooso. not by tho way ho had como, but in a for Cincinnati. IIo had no ap pearance ot being lost, but with head orect pushed forward as if ho know tlio way perfectly. IIo crossed two broad rivers and threo mountain ranges, and hod to pass by or through fivo towns, tho centers of a liewildcring network of Ho had novenboea roods and in that part of tho country before,, nor within sixty miles of Bcrea. The wind was not from tho direction of Cincinnati when ho took his course, and yet four days afterward ho came to his master on tlio streets of Cincinnati, and full of burrs. Now, tho question is, what induced tho dog to walk due, north? It could not havo been momory, for thcro was uothiug to remember, and it docs not seem posaiblo that it could havo been scent, for nil tho conditions wero unfavorable. ht bco-lin- o water-soaked roKir.s. NotwMisiafiitittg ByronV MMimcd co-tempt of uVftth, nothing could cir. his abject terror when lalioring Midi even tho slightest illness. Ho wasdinii. at Pita, with Hunt, Trclanney it. . Shelley, ono day, when ho was snddenl. aclrcd with a violent attack of colic, lb hastily arose from tho table, tluow him self Ux)ii tho sofa, and Wgan to aav, "Oh, my God I lam djlng, I nm ily ing I" Trolawncy, who was a very v ctilinr man, went up lo tho tetnli d baitl, and said, "Como, como, Byron, il you aro dying, you needn't mako audi n confounded fuss nbutit it." The ton.' in vhlch ho said this was so irresistible that tho tick man could not help joining in tho laughter which Trclnwney's nonchalance caused. Byron, who really at hoart was a very kind man, and whoso nature rpso at every oppression, was very fond of making himself out n very bad ono, and when ho had indulged himself with n littlo moro gin and water than usual ho would frequently grow almost maudlin over his imaginary wickedness. Ono night ho was jmrtie-ularldiwnol over his own iuiquitios, Ho and expressed groat repentance. was very much put out by Mrs. Ilnni ikying, iu a tono of affected consolation, 'Come, my Lord, you are not half mi wicked as yon flatter yourself you are," IIo gavo hU publisher, John Murray, as a birthday present, ft Biblo very nicely On tho outside, stamped in bound. golden letters, was tlio inscription, "From Lord Byron, to his friend, Joiiu Murrav. E1." Tills was ostentatiously of tho gi cat pub laid on tho ccnter-tabl- o and Murray was lisher's drawing-room- , rv uroud of tho gift At a largo party nt his house, ono evening, a fricud was turning over tho leaves of tho tmigniii-cen- t Bible, when ho suddenly cried: i" Why, Murray, como here I Byron has txjcu altering tho Bible." Haying mis, lm minted out to tlio astonished and in- Jignant pnblishor that Byron had al tered a verso by drawing ins pen inroiigii tho word "robbor" aud substituting word, so that tlio verso rail thus: "Now Barabbaswas a publisher." After that uulucky discovery Uio ixxnc disappeared. 77io;iia J'owclL . . y hthoxio TO THE PUBLIC t r hkUI ttlentlon to ill ratter. We will ow CHURCH Bm-CTMT- . irCUHTOM GI11NINO.m WeinromlMto lite Mllihrtlos, Mil whndnlrl for WliMl. Cm link iu ! either tolteil or untollrj pint 110--1 MCAI.INTKK ASAI.MT., Ittit Wrights Indian Vegetaile Pills And all Bilious Complaints Hate to take. LIVER rrlronrti lxlns purely veertatile AU Dtiirelsls. rOBTHK L... H. O Metfl-erVrtlrea erery Sunday nornlna and nTrkt eirept the third, rrayer MeetlM every Tburhtay nliht. BuuUy fkbool h. Hat. H. C, Mortlten, MuprrlnUndent. Im aiiea v.TMI.KA. jifMin. H para Tun arMiMf, ii i lew. Uav. J. M, Panca, raater.' Bertlrea N.u..irt.i. BArflHT. and Keurth Mundiye, nornlniand nlM, ITayrr Mretln erery Wednwday after, MHa He wfrawajn le.. T.1 a. noon. Bunday Hehoel at t W a, u. K. K. Harrow Mepetlntendent. T- by tbe ron(rrfllon rillKlHTI AMEHIOAN ny nr. J. w. V, ery boni'eaay onlteennd and Koiifth lord'a dart. Sunday H(bool Jiie. Merrranee, Hnperlnlendent. at IJKiaBVTKIllAN, SOUTH Ht. TT5.75cKr. tVhonlatatt. John W. Ualon Trayer Meeting on Hut,Huirlnundrnl. KTrtODlT,HOUTH.-R- v. JiTf?!! itlrfi, ff 'ill W li,wl immiri. iiiann, t:l. lI Mutual Aid Sociotj r icniitiioicy Wedneeday nlihli. na grip-I- n ROBBED Thoanitorur?f ire unnmllr rolitxM otlhelr happlncmtn! hmllta lf um of the rml OPERA HOUSE!. -- HTANKOHD. cVee"flneArM A.Wlety Wnr'l'f"! a elre.leea-leednantlal all lolhe wldowa, yrrbant, H M membere. and aln.ef IUdtreaee.1 tbnnld beellale lo eeeele memUnhl UlKin eolldlillea 1 hare erranted tbe ajeney fci Unjoin audUarrardrounllet of IhU ino.1 rrelaj reliable Inillliillon, tlrtlmt. life prolonrixl. II l" KY. - Whltb. potlllielr end rrroDnllT rnrra Initio-fenr- y, (rd'iiwl hfeirrwenlenjr lln.1,1 Arinf-tin- f eiieofHIaire.'.XKM. Klthl romeleie Kla ol Hren- illw-. ery rraune raparuy, ineiuuine ninery, IteakneiM, and ellloee e thai follow of rnrntf, kMdl trqiieneeof M Iirawname raiea 10 pxi aiirarnona, a air a atiore. m In Ine tck, tntuinrr, unlrrrul UwltuJe, dlnmeMOftlilon, premttiireoM Me, end tnany rantuintitlpn end otlitdltrMetbllrd lofor rlrrnlur xlih free t.r mtll, Toe J. t'MUOHATUH College. Imien for l It euld et bf ell lot, dcunUti, or will Ui ernl free I'T nll,eeeurelf eeelrU, on rrrlUI price, by eddreMlnc KY. V. J. 'IIKNET, GERMAN INVIG0KAT0R I W. P. WATjTON, - Troprietor. H0e..,y,n.n,e..r.heocjr.vj,.ji(K DtanfDrd, 114 Ky L IRPOOL llr rnd rrli Stanford Jemale NTANF4ltI. Hole cent ht the 113 Unltnl HUtee. Adnelrrl,TulrlnOblo. 9l-l- ;r ft JiiMiirnucc ON With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thlilnitltullon will open Hi Thirteenth on tbe Id MonJay In Mepteialwr tie J " it. HmlOD & GLOBE t'oiiipany ! COIBMTEa MfS Al.t.THK HKAN11HM Or' A THOnOUCH ENGLISH COUnSE American Aueti, $5,212,737 81 Are taoiht, m well ae Leiici pftld in 31 yean 931,000,000.00 in U. 8. exceed MUBIC. THE liANOOAOEH. DHAW. INQ AND TERMS MODERATE. ilrea In Tuition, reeular lienailwrnli. 140; Solid, Doci I'rnmnt ami lloHoralilc. I'aji IliaaCa VTIIIIOHl UU UAJn' HKfOHBU rreraujy, M, and (Ulrtllala, 135 rn frraa taj to In lb Inlerniedlile I'llrairr, LQ tie Leading M. Americau Bailneta. llillrlea erllltn by VkBBr!FswBwSHwABuSXSwV Far full pe'tltulan, u lo ItnaM, Ar.. addreai . TKI:II:AKT. I'rlwrlunl, HUN. N. Atantird, Lincoln Ua.. Ky JOHN PHILIPS, Agent. BTTEBS (Toetettrr'J StomiKh Itlltrm, Iit Inerrailnjr vitiil wwer, and rrmlrrlnir Oio phjelral fiuiclluii riciiUr nml nctlte, krrn I lie eyttrm InRmxlworklniconlrr. ami lirotrcti t'ur caiielipallon, dye-iiriillafilnit illeae ronijdalnt ntrrouinree, and lltrr II le Inktitnrr and Tlieumalle allnH-ctt-, valuable, ami it nffonli a eiire ilrfrnre airalntt malarial trim, brelilm rt moving all tracra ofnucb dlnraee from the aytlrm For salo by all liruetitia and IKalrre HALL'S 13 SECOMMEKPED BY PHYaiCIAHR Catlty-Chro- COMPANIES ran. Bl. (ITIII'.lt KIRST-tl.AnMote.1 al Ihetaue artnry. Ililet rrtwnable "ItfONOtf 1MMJTE. Chicago t an-jth- er PpATARRH (JURE Louisville, Now Albany Railway. UNK ItUNNINII & ori Mnauxinc TXE r&NTIOX OF 1ISDUOPU UBC4 M. Pasteur and other French savants havo lately been devoting special attenTho great authortion to hydrophobia. ity on germs has, in fact, definitely announced that ho does not intend to rest until ho has mode known tho exact nature and of this tcrriblo and discovered a means of preventing or curing it. Tho most curious result yet attained in this direction, howovcr, has been announced by Prof. V. Qaltior, This of tho Lyons Veterinary School. inquirer has found, in tho first place, that if tho virus ot rabies bo injected into tho reins of a sheep, tlio animal does not subsequently exhibit any symptoms of hydrophobia. Thisin itself would bo a sufficiently curious result to justify attention, though its importance, except as confirmatory, becomes less striking when it is remembered that M. Pasteur has lately shown that tlio special nidus of tho disoaso appears to bo tho nervous tissuo, and particularly tho ganglionic centers. But thero is this further curious consoquenco : Sheep which havo thus been treated through the. blood, and which aro afterward inoculated in:tho ordinary way through tlijHt" " Beforo Ihitd entered this chapter it tho cellular tissuo, as if by a bito, aro It is as was after 2 o'clock fn tho morning, and proof against tlio disease. to mo that tho though thoinjcctionintothevoinsactcd Rochester telegraphed Twenty sheep wero exniros wero down. So I paid my bill and as vaccine. perimented upon ; tea only wero treated leaving tho Tribune reporwuut to bod, to tho venous injection, and then all and wonderter fuming in tho what Frederick Hudson would say woro inoculated through tlio cellular ing which hod been first h lieu ho read my Biblo message. "All tissue. Tho ten day Monday thcro was an ominous "vaccinated" continue alivo and well; Hiluuce. Then, onruosday, tho IVlbune they havo not oven shown any ad verso Tlio othor ten havo died of symptoms. wjts kind enough to publisli an editorial demanding my dia. rabies. It remains to say why M. Qaltier tolling tho story and charge. This gavo tlio Herald tho ad-- experimented on sheep and not upon communi-cat- o rliseuicut it wanted, and moro tlian dogs and cats, which usually tho disease, Tho incubation ot tho So, in tho i.'juid tho extra outlay. and less lit- - rnoou, Mr. Hudson telegraphed mo : disease is much moro rapid capricious in tho sheep than in tho dog in' i' axil 0 j ahead. Your salary is creased from date.' Everybody laughed or in man, and henco M. Qaltier was at tho joko ; I had good causo to laugh abloto get his results moro certainly with thctu, and tho Tribune niau has within a short period. Having succeeded so far, ho is now justified in underuuver ceased to abuse me since, although taking tho moro protracted sories of obho has long ago loft tho country," servations which experiments on tho canino spocics will involve ; and this he SAMKLKHH. Experiments of this Tho lxititiou ot tho residents of a proposes to do. nature aro not without serious risk, nud TrnvU county settlement for a postolliej admiration is almost equally due to tho was granted, and tho PostolUco Department asked tho petitioners to uatno tho courage nud intelligence oi mo iall Mull QatettA. now oHlou. They sent iu six names, ono u. ; ', ijmn uiu .." i' All wero rejected beaftvr another. (di'i in Muxicu, t'u.-fij - rl cause there wero already pastoflloua of (Jhiis its work tlicru in l."iT2, mi. tho suuiu uatno in Texas. Petitioners church became angry, and wrote tlio depart- now eluioiH l.UOO members. Thoai tlio ment that tluyr might "lot tho postofllce dUt KptscojNil church sent nmmouar..- bo nameless uud bo ," Tho depart- iu 1878, uud has now :)37 memlwri i.i ment chorio tho first suggestion, and now full connection uud 1178 oil probutimi. there is actually a postoftloo in Travis Tho Prutestaut Episcopal church hus " Nameless, "Texai 8,000 members. county called dis-cas- o, choice-dnony.'tbar-roov. export-nicnUtlitii THAT riiUl' SAUK MAIL In ono of tho Detroit Justice's courts, in a suit for malicious trespass in entering upon land and removing a fonce, ono of tho witnesses was asked : " Did you help build that fence V " Well, let's soe. It was tho same hod his leg year that my brother-in-labroko iu a wrestling match at Dearborn." "I did."yoar was it ?" " What ' ' ' " Well, " Let's what year was that?" oo I It was just six months after wo found tlio Duggon boy drowned in Sabin's well. That was that was in l eighteen hundred and and " " Can't you remember? " Why, yes, I ought to. Let's boo. Ttiat samo summer that wo took tho Duggon boy out of tho well Tyler's second girl started to run away with a tin peddler, and wo caught them just the other side ot Dearborn. I squared off on tho peddler and knocked him eighteen feet into the bushes." "But what year was it that you built tho fenco ?" " Why, tho samo year that nil this happened, or maybo a year before or lifter. If I could ouly talk with my old woman a minute I could got it exact." ": AS IMMKMiK FAKV. Tho great wheat field of California lios in Colusa county, which also contains ono of tho largest farms iu tho world. The county comprises a largo part of tho, oxtensivo Sacramento valley, nud is sixty miles in length and on the miles in width. It average forty-fiv- e has an area of about 1,800,000 acres, ot which 1,000,000 grows wheat Ot this vast tract 177,000 acres rro owned by 129 men. Ono owns 65,000 acres ; one, 21,000; oue, 20,000; three, 1C.C0Q, one, 15,000; three, 11,000; six, 10.000; ono, 6,000; two, 7,000; six, C.000; throo, 5,000; eight, 4,000; five, 0.000; eighteen, 2,000; three, 1,600; thirty-six- , 600. Tho 1,000, and twouty-niuo- , result has been to debar immigration and chokoout tradesmen and niechauics. Tho largest landowner iu Colusa county is Dr. Hugh J. Glenn. His farm contains 65,000 acres, and has a river frontage of sixteen nud n half miles, and is inclosed by 150 miles of fence. Wheat is grown on 45,000 acres. Tho labcr forco employed is comjiosed of 715 men 225 in seeding and 190 in harvesting. Eight hundred horses aro required. Tho yield of wheat from this farm will average 1,000,000 bushels a geurrallr. CARTER'S ana Oatnrrh of tho Naoal oi UlcarntKOI uainrrn INTBRN ALLY,T "' nnd Throat. It le taken the Blood acta OIRIOTLV upontna Sretem. and It Mucoun Surface of l tho fieet Blood Purlftor In trio WORLD, nnd le worth ALL that la mono. charged for It. for nla OlfJtMN "' THE OM.Y LMiUiiian LOUISVILLE In time lo rulaco TO Cars! AND SOLID THAINa iliVER BaB OUT u. j lju INIMAl CURE rr-i-M mi CHIGAGOI FORTCATARRH BIclc and nliero all thi troablra Inel-dr- at to a billon Ute ot tlio l.Uin,urh In tboHldr. At. Whiln tbrir inuet rusaik-aU- a eucnea hie tun ebown in curio; Hraltho CUBE JlcaiUf hP,rt Cartrr'eLittloUrrrrUli are rtindf tiloehla la CoiKiliMtlon, curioir and ircrcoUnc thry alaororrrci thlaannojlcscuniplalnt.wbila all dlmrdi-r- of the atonurh. ttlmulata the llrrr sul riulate tlie LovcU. UtisUtbtronlcurui SICK tor any And wo offer Ono Hundrod C.-i.of C.itMfh It will not Curo. (Irrrnruntlr, CranrortlaTllh, Jjirajetle f!IIUK ANV CASK. Will. and Chicago without change. Otn of A. T7 Bntwiar CU'I ...M.n.. iff .IllMl llhl f T1MK TAIU.- IM'urt. F. CXtnnit Vu.. lUrJo. O mt Ia litVABa.laH iei.1 laiuiwunni . Kaliy. .. XHnurmrn . -- i um i'icem I ... lally. tiTATlON.i. ll.ll. lkl...K flSi... I lis. very ami don hraltate lo ctirol mo-l-eu T 41 pu ItC a a cure any ca of Catarrh it ukro Lie. UiulMllle- - .... . ... ur that It will Youratmly I 01 aw 11 pa Air. tlrrearatlla. prvrly. laH4dtillle IMm 4 II po ' Lafayette WOIITII IIO AllOTTI-K- . . . " Chlrace... . 1 SO.m . .. Mae R.Mcsaar,Jark9CD, Jllrh.. wrltea iiarei na-- i Catarrh for ajjeora. Ilall'e Catarrh Cure cured Tbe inoaldlrrtt route, with only one th.nt-.e-f contufciru worm iiiuvauniia per m". ulata WlMWula, Mlaaeeota, bottlij. ran, to alt Ae Torlalurthrr lulunuallMi. addraaa I iTKM by all Dnilal at Nrbraika. ManufartureU ami ar4.tW T J CHtNKY MUUKAY KKLLhlUH. P. A, 1'ronrtvtore, TOIXDO, OUIO. Cole LeuUillle, Ky Its. Tor aale In Dtanford by IVnny A MrAIUter. nm makkio-jDollnro HrKnabNoTirav Ianen(era trow lb U A N. It. IL arrlr. la LovLTllle Itk. Ibaetrelnc train of lh "Moeoa Uoute" and t thrvugh In J td folia llllB la, Atlie they maM bealmott prlcdcee to Ihoee who tuOir from tlile dUtreMluic compUlnt) bat their pnodncaa ilora not cud hi rr, and uom who nnco trr them will f.nil thtee little pllle vain-abIn eo many were that thry will not be wlUUif toUowtUiootlbcta. Hot after all altk bead HEAD ACHE ilaatn Afflicted, Attention DR. G ANN'S KEMEDIES FOIl TnB MILLION. MANUFACTUIIKU 11 W ! I 'i k THKORIAT Iff 4libUISVILL'rfTHAHVrClRra M, 1)., Y W. K. (1ANN, MONTICELXO. KY. Tbe worU la nllrd with the wonderful, brtutl- ful and Intricate Intention, ol lata, yet ell ine roinbliicl Ulenl and (rniua tn.i id. worie nai ee-- er known ha. never rudurrd auylhlne that ran roiaiiire with 'Ur. tlann'a Iteiaedlea." Medkal kill aud aclenre bate, aa jet, tailed to dlxuter any Iblnniuallu thru, furtha runt of tbe die. eawa fur which tbey are r4i4uiAendol. Aa their and out lb. laoglnaad lnradth ul lha rllaudardl'aiullr Medlcloea, they cannot U an I are fully lulataiitlale-- l by the Through Trunk Line year. Dr. Glenn was born in Virginia iu 1H21, and graduated at tho Medical Uui versify of Missouri in 1816. Shortly afterward ho married and commenced life with a capital ot $110. Willi thut he purchased an ox team and crossed tho plains to California, no enguged in mining and was successful Iu 1650 ho returned to Missouri with 85,000, aud taught and drovo horses to California and Mexico. Ho made his first pur clmso ot laud in 18C7, buying 7,000 acres at 8 1. CO per acre, aud a shoit timo alter-warpurchosod 7,000 acres moro at about tlio same price. Siuco then ho has lieen absorbing tho laud on either sido at varying prices. Ji. "How." "Why, I was building tho last half of that fence when sho was hooked by a cow, and sho'd hunt up tho man who owned tho beast and hit tho dalo square iu tho head." It was decided to let tho exact date remain in, seclusion, although tho witness suddenly bolhought hlmsolf Jthat it was "somowhero around" tlio samo year that Brown's horses ran nway nud jmoshed into Deacon Traoy's f ron goto. COllSKllISa A JUDQll UN A LAW. fOINT of eo Ii thebano r;rrat rainy Ulitre thit here la whrre we Our pills cum It while bo mako our , othcredonot. i JJ-(Cartrr's Wlllo luie arPTiryrniaiiaDo Ttry taiy to take. One or two mna niaac a ooae. They o altlcily ifrtblu and do ol prliw or all wtio puree, Lut by tb-lf title action plram 1. ttokl In till! flTu fort by (iruixuteiiuywbur, or mul Ly mail. dilute and nl.ed by Ibnu 1J, nditbrouih. a. WilHotit Change and with SHORTEST AND CAItTEIl MEDICINE CO., New York. For Cuugha, Oiklt. Croup, llronchltla, Con.uuip-tlo- n aud all UiwaMaa ol the Throat and Lune, Uho Dr. flitim'n (.'eiiRli Nymp. Dr. Uhhii'm l.lvcr Cure. Dr. Ohiui'm f.lnlmcut. liurni, Fl.tula and all QUICKEST li UarhaM ROUTE I THE BEST I OF ALL I I' For Urer (1omrUlnt,I)jtrla. In.lle.llon.Jian-dlc- e, (ViinUtlin, 8uur htoinachand all llllloua raOU LOUUtllLK TO Tilt Uho SOUTH & WEST Wllboul chaef. to NMb.llU. Meupbta, Llttl. Jtuck, Maatiani.ry, Atlanta, Sataaoab, Jukwnillle, Mebtle, aud N.w Orleana. LINIMENTS FOB MAN AMD BEAST. For morn than a tlilnlof aoentarvtho IMctlrniilliiataiiKl.liiluieiltliaillioen knaiTii to mUllons ull over tlio world t tho only salu rullanco for tlio relief of nccldenu mut iiuln. It ii a mollcino nbova prlco nml nruUo tie beat ante kind, i'or every loim ot external pain For IthruruatUiu, Heuralgla, Hpralm, HrulM and ual HwellloKi-aneitereolleatlon lor wan or PIIIIUXM P1DC U LLfnAil liflnO tout Uho ur HUlt For lllea, llcuorrholda, liullar dlaeaMa, Mftlngt. HUK MIS ANT BVHINKSH. They sat together in tho lamp-ligh- t and read tho . advertising columns of their local paper, when ho suddenly " Look I only $15 for a suit ot clothes I" " I it wedding suit ?" she " I'vk got a tlioory " and before ho Mked. "Oh, no," he roplied, "it's u could finish tho nuutenco somo ono business suit." "Well, I seant bust- him that practice would bo mora lions," she replied. That settled it, becoming to him, and, being a young Chicago cIhIbis to bo tho only city iu physician, ho slopped aside, New HaUio world whose health department ven J letliter. the erection of every houM oil U now used us a built within tho ettj limit. for lard for domestic purposes No matter how Jaded the conetllutioa iiuny families iu tho South. They pro or exceee, He Ores aouuco it as overy way superior. my Iw freta die Qtmm IavbtMeior reetoreeit lruianeot- Knowlwok p'ifititk up ; Iovo bin'iUlli lr. See aJtertUeiwtut. For ula lr lVa ijAMcAltotT up. UOTTON-HKK- TiUK does not stop bocauso a muu'it watch inns down. No moro does a uewMpattcr because ono man happens to loso his head and orders tho paper discontinued to hU uddress. Pawnee c. suli-ititut- o HUAT XUK CZAJt OF HUSMA JSAT3. Tho Czar is disposed to " live while he little docs live." In his diniug-hal- l round tables are distributed in nooks nud corners, containing tho zabuskn, or The zabuska consist of uppotiiors. caviaro, herrings, smoked salmon, sardines, emoked goose, sausages, cheese, bread paid butter. Raw beets, pickled in brandy, introduced from Denmark by tlio Empress, are often added. Guests gather around those tables as thoy enter. A battery of decanters also stands upon each table, and it makes tho choice difllcult between the national wodka, "Yes, sab." "And, without gotting a divorce, bitters, kummel, cognac, liipieurs and tho English geneuro. Tho principal 'didn't yoa marry Lucy Hutchings.?" "Yes, sob." soup ia mado of tho Bterlet, a Volga flslu "Well, then, you've got two wives." Hut tho Czar's favorite is tho "schkchi," "No, I hain't. I'll 'sploin. I mar-rie- d an imperial secret, of which beef, mutMiss Smith. When a boy's mother ton, onions and gailio aro known to bo quits a husband what ia do boy's fodder, ingredients. Another soup, tho " otros-ka,,- f is a conglomerate saueo mado of an' marries annudor mas, tho fust man is do fodder, an do second man is do iicarH, apples, plums, barley and grouts, stepfodder. So dat 'oman ia my step-wifiu which swim littlo pieces of meat, herYer can't make notliin clso outeu ring aud pickled ghorkins. Tito Czar is It. Do fust 'oman Is my wife; do second particularly fond ot chicken cutlets a la Dar ain't nothlu in do poshuski mado of bashed chicken, U wy step-wifunw codo tcr 'rest a man for habin a fried in tho form of cutlets ia bread crumbs and eggs. He is also fond of "Mr. Clork," said tho Judge, pork cooked in milk and served with a havcu't had timo to look over tho new sharp sauco. Tho Czar socially likes code. Perhaps, this . is a ynow ydaL fish preserved iu a variety of ways, Tlio pickled cucumbers and capons. Ho alYou'd better adjourn the case. court, Undo Jerry, will reserve its deuniform, auj tho ways eats hi cision." kanio U required of all who dino with iiim. Ht. Vctcrtburu Utter, A New Yobk statistician estimates KdUon.Ki(ctrio Light U a wonderfu that iu fifty year trow Ihts'sovea out of dlecoTerr.but not as wonderful a Hall's ewry teu of our adult tualo population by Peany & Mo will uso tobacco in bomo form. Tho Catarrh Cure. For sal e. e, iton-wlfe- ." said Justico Powers, "you aro assuming a nolomn air, charged with having two wives. This is a very gravo charge, old man. You wero au aspirant for political houors, aud now to bo charged with having two wives is something that should cauuo you to foe! a tingle ot shamo ruuuing through your entire system. Are you guilty, sir, or not guilty ? Havo you been married twico?" "Jcdgo, I ain't got but ono wife, U d..fs what yer call pleadin'." " Didn't you marry Malindy Smith ? " " Undo Jerry," Uho Uho Uho Dr. (Jhiiu'm Pile Oliifniciit. Dr. Umm'w ltltler-HwcOliiliiit'iil. ct For Frrab CuU, Hume, Ulcere and OIJ Borra, Froat Loulttllleia 1'aUcaC.r. wltb.ut cb.afa. PMIPDaUTC Seeking homca on the L.ITilbilHn I O line ol thla rood will receive epcclal low ratee. bee Areola ol thla (Vntp.ny for lalee, teutea c. I. AIMOHf, G. P. & V.A. Ac.. or writ. la Falaea Cera Without L'b.ore. -- HOMT LIME TO THE EAST BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA MEXICAN Mnstanff Liniment la without an equal. nnco of unci liiitiniinatlon lmiioa-albllUeirocHUIKiil lluinuit Klraliunil tho llruto ('mulou urucijually wuuilir. ful. Tlio Jloilcim Ir.3aiiit'H NtoiHHch HUIci-- h Louletllle.Kr. It peuctrBlre Hrl and iiiuerls to tue very bune uiaklnK tlio ooiillnn. A reliable Tonic. and abu rurra Complaint, Malarial IHieaei. and Ulooil Furiter, Indlgeatlon, Liter and all periodical Manufactured and for tale by Atlier lljjel, retrra Don't Be Led Astray 1 iln W. IC. GrJL?T3r, Hole proprietor, Monllcello, Ky. AVAll uy man win ruceite 4ouipi aiiouuon. 2:. X)., order. eaii Ily the ullarly Hordl tdtertlaeruentaof rltal route., which are llabla to dreelte tbe public. The nhortett aud (Jukkral ltouU from Ctncln nail Wrat la tbe MUSTANG IJnlnirnt Is nordeil by aomeboily In overy liouo. livery day brlmta nuwa or the Kluy f ak nwful arulil ur burn aubduotl, or iheumatle martyr r) atonxl, or a mluublo liurae or px ave d by tho litulln g power of 1UU GHESIIPEIIM Kentucky's OHIO RY. & Mississippi n. w. 10 lToura Itouto East Cincinnati to St. Louis lloura ahead of all other lloce. t LINIMENT which nrtonllly cure auch all men ta of tlin HUMAN n.E.SU as Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line runninf 41llj Tiiliu, with nocbinjeof tare pauelirra. miiiHi auiiiraciru iituaciea, jiume nun nraiue, run, mm Niiralue, 1'olaonoiia llllra mid Old Mimical, Mliilrtllri 1'roal rioree, llilalm. Nor NlpiiUa, Cak ait, and ludeeit every forni of catcrual dla eaae. It lirala veltlioutaeare. For tlio UliUTB Cukatiok It cures 8lrallie, Htrluuy, rilln JnlnU, Hlicuiuatl'in, Nwelllii;i, Dtlflf PULLMAN NEW BLEEPINO OARS 21'ally Train, to Ktanitllle. 4 of all other ruutee, with 3 Can. ol Dally Train, to Loulaiille, with Free tor any rarlor ., nruuei .. A sofaTETTRArisr raoM 21ally ItOHlMVllle, ClHClHHHtl HUtl I.tX-lllKtU- Ky., Tralua lo Cairo, 7 hour, quicker than Hue, and no tbaoio of care. Dally Tralua to N.w Orleana. No change of can from Cluclnuall. ,b,u c''lc,, Koil",,ta 12 Hours of rare. hour, la one leaachanae 2 vaaaa, moot "I l'ouuder, Ilamcee worri.lloor hoi, Bcrc-- uuriu. rcai,,r llollutr Horn, hcraUlira, Wlud- -l nuiRiione, Sane, nimvni, tnruaii, l'llm tiiou J'oll livll, Ilia Ulalit and every ollirr ailment Iu which Hie occupuula of lite Ma Mo and Ktoek Yard are llabla. Tuo Mailcan MuetauK I.luluicnt alwaya curoe uml uuvr.r (lUapjioUiUi anaitla, poalUvuly, IHa- WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting Kanvas Plttl Tw0 Hour. leaa cbao. of the Uliy Ca,aud Iaa Tlueon carl than by other lluea. ttaf" la tame deul with The Direct loute full-dre- THE BEST OF ALL vllle, Norfolk, TheO. Jb St. It the only line with 4. Dally Tralua from Cincinnati lorn. Louie, uaUua direct trtlna lor connectlona In the Union Driol (at Ht. Loulilwllh atluourl 1'aclUe llallwa;, Ht. Lou la, Irou lioun. laludrlouthern lUllwat) Chlca(a Alloa lull, road; Chlcaio,llurllUKUui A tlulury Kailroad; AHt. Loul. Itallroadi VVaUah, rJU Louladi Facllle Uallruad) Uluourl. Kauaaa iTeiM Halt to Lynchburg, Da win HI. Louie A Han Kranilecu lullway. faat ImprMi This Upon Yoar Meaory. The O. . H. la tbe only line by which yea ran net throuih can Irou Cincinnati Iu ht, Louie without pajluit extra tare Iu aJJIllou Iu uuuay paid fur Uikel. Fur tlcketi, rate., or anr lnluimatlon, call os lo TUket Agouti of eonuoUlna: llnaa. -I- All Virginia and North Carolina vmiiMi.i.1 llok.l For ticket, and qujd is gaiuiug in favor. HousitucK-HipiNa Alhtw. LINIMENTS T 03 VAX OX I'OIHIB. lurth.r Lforiattton. apply ..iM ..l.l... U growiug popular kith Chicago ladies. owe 190,000,000, asd Oubk friendly bankrupt law thcro for crawl uadr. Bf 31AST. hr t JXMIM V. KKNNT, Ueul. We.leru Aient. 310W MHlurl.,LoulMUr,Kr O, W.NM1TH, II. W. FIILI.KK, Orn'l aft uajier, ueti'l raaa'f Aft. chuiosd, VlrttaU. N uinunnii fl'leeeatallatlM Walnutit.it WMUuu,tu (t- - 'nuauoUi, (u, , (ugt oruiiiitrci, W W.l'EAUODY, W. D. 8HATIUC, Ueu'l Manaa.r. Uea'l Faaaeiuar Ait Umlnnall. J. D. HILL, !'aiM!,er Afent, UUnon, Ky