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STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST Widowt. 175. -- 1 I A novel wedding will lake place on Tho following is tho translation of "Do you need a reporter?" inquired Welter's admonition to the evening of tho 28th inst. at tho "Bovaro, Mammy, of vidders," is not a long, lean, lank youth, as ho entered an arliclo in a Ucrlin paper which W. P. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor now mnro potent than it was on his tho sanctum, and formed rings of wilt convoy an idea of the German es- Buckingham Theatre, Louisville. The own hopeful. Ho many ladies find smoke from bii cigarette. "You "see timates of the coming American ho- contracting parties are Mr. John kBOWB as "Major fnhlUhrit Tiicmlnw firirf Vifnw, tho black vail and dress, with the I am a genius, I am. Got a new idea; tel: "The latest American progress Sraeiriz, better Mary Lail, two of DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS, o in ImildiBg be the 'mammoth ho- Mike," and Miss will widow's frill, so becoming that tkey bound to mako your paper sell. f teTT;"" fc . mo niiil your circulation will tel," soon to bo erected in Chicago. the smallest peopte in the world. The wear tho "weeds" Jeag after the al J-letted period of mourning, and there doublo (n aveck." .' The enormous hotel is to have a front Major is 42 inches in height, while Block, arojastancca where the sable attire to "Our atafl is full," 'suggested (the age of three English miles long, and a Mies Mary isbnt31 inches. They j?wj!i"'ii?,'lhwflr?Tjy'"' editor. depth of six miles; the height of 77 claim to bo the smallest people in the adopted from fancy. aeration, eirrpt In matothanf , and then of WHH Paper. NrkIchI r"Kt Wine. feet from world. The Major says that Tom not oer tkre rente. is tho ChcmlcHtM, lHli-HmenH- , Tho modern boarding-hous"Ah I 'yes, saw two of 'em full stories, will measure HeekH, I.lHHorH, PHlntn, Clgarx, NlHtloHcry, almost a head taller than o Packet around tho corner !tia how. Thai's a the eround floor to the roof. The ho Thumb was paradise of tho widow, and no Olla, Soaps, TelmcceH, Min-n- io G'HllIcrr, is complete without one. joko," be,yeHed, gflriiig at tho irarao- - tel will have no stairs, but five hua him, while Miss Mary says that Lamps, PcrlHmcry, Character. Arms, MachiHO, 4 lennettee i ft e .t cimor., uTi... .to ii-nes-i drcn balloons will always be ready to if. Warren overtopped her by half a Nootllra. flavor Tliero is the rich widow aged, tho duo iace in me There laVdcligbiful Oar Jewelry, Silverware ami Optical deeds Department Is In Charge of Col. MosI've a now idea.- - You see this take visitors up to their rooms. No head. The Major was born in of an aged husband with whom alwiit the followiBfi Tcnaeswo charac relict Thes. Richards, who will Itenalr WnlclMand riorki Prnmnllr .! way of reporting is plated mora waiters aro to be employed, but cow, Russia, in 1853, and has only style. shq toiled in rarly life up the hill cast-ir- on tcr: visitors will be served by a newly pat- been in America about ten years. In V was ono of llioao odd of time; young, having beeu left by out." Col. is it?" venture;! the editor. "Old ented automatic, put up in every bed 1870 ho traveled with Barnum for a character who hccotno conspicuous an old husband who did not marry "To be sure, The public wants room, who will do all shaving, sham short time. His intended bride was until Into in life, when ho had mado for their humor And cccontrlclty and seme nooning, etc., to the guests by a very born at Mocksville, North Carolina, who aro kept in rcmomliranco long hts fortune Thero is tho demuro somethisg new and original; IhfiVwill slriko home. Now, simple and ingenious mechanism. Sup in 1850, and is consequently three after they are dead by tho many anec- young widow, who ekes out a living thing he said, unfolding a copy of tho posing the guest requires hot water, years older than tho Major. She has dotes related concerning them. He by fancy work or teaching. Thero is hero," acci- the automatic will be able to call been on the road for seventeen years, lived in ono oi tho counties in Middlo tho young widow who is accompanied paper, "here a an account of an down stairs: 'A bucket of water up to and sho has traveled the world over. Tennessee, whord for many years ho by her mother. The poor young wid- dent to a littlo childf Just read it. dull' it is. Probably a thou- room number one million three thou- Last winter the Lilliputians met in ow generally has ono or two small Sco how traded inslaveo for ninny years, a sand aceidtnts havo been described in sand ono hundred and seven,' and the Pittsburg, and they concluded to exchildren. ', , was noi regarded' favora-blfi thVe that way? a ml tho public scarcely water will be up in seven seconds by a hibit themselves jointly. They had lie t ween the married flirts and oveB in the HoHth, bat which enengagetho young Miss 1ms tamake deign to glance it over. If I was giv- patented olovator, Half an hour bo- - no difficulty in securing an abled him Is atyittlre acomfortablo es- widows, of the ring ment and they finally drifted toward Ho was widely known not only n bold light, became alio has to offset en bucIi aa accident to write up, I'd fore table d'hoto, instead tate pound. Louisville. They were immediately of bells, a gun (twenty-fiv- e as a shrewd tradcr,hiit as a genial and their cxpcricnco with her youthful just throw myself. Now just sco how ing m. or) will bo fired on each floor to call engaged by John Whallen for his freshness; and thoy can often, with I'd improve it. Do you, think I would though rather old John conceived the Sly tho guests to get ready for their " man, always ready to turn nn tho aid of dress or cosmetics, produco say, as this does made man and "A little child of Joshua Squills meals. The tables in lh6 dining rooms idea of them being enpi effects equal to her own, wWle'sheJcan easy $Rny and.who could tell a will bo measured four mites each, at wife, and when they both consented tal uter r. On ono occasion he was only acquire their tact and skill by was ruif over by an ash cart yesterday IPHARMACISTS to tako each other for better or worse, and is not'expectod to' recover?' ft 6, tendance to be performod by twelve , ono of limo and practice. approached by Major II to have them mar-- DE1LIM iii- waiters on horseback, on cither side of it was determined Every cotnraunitr has its rich wid sir. Now you just listen to this: ' tho most prominent citizen of M " 'It is our mournful duty to record tho table. Musio during table de'hote ried on the stago at the Buckingham, ow who succeeded to an immenso es wliD wished to buy a smart, Drugs, Books, Stationery Im played gratis b y eight in tho presence of the entire audience will and Panoy Artiolos. ' young negro to do service lato which she manages with a skill a terrible accidont, by which a sweet seventy-sev- en mon each. rhjtjcUn' prtKilptloni aminttlj compounded. An ingenious farmer, sticking a few about hk liable and kitchen. (It worthy of her late liege lord. The young lifek probably crushed out of lmnds of A In . convenience of visitors a rail- - nails into i. clothes line to keep his neimay be well to remark hero that in rich widow is generally fair, fat and existence'-- Yesterday ooo of the ma For the I JKWKf,KHM! I way will bo built on each floor as well I m ghbor's cattle out of his pasture, went days of militia forty, while the poor young widow, ny oflspring of our estcerkjd fellow- those telegraph offices. The price of one nbout his other busines, thinking no musters, military titles wero nearly as who is her rival, is pretty and do citizon, Joshua Squills, Esq., a regu- as JBawiasgltUtea. Largest Stock Trd Miit bed- room will be from one dollar to more of the matter. A sharp fellow of Watches, common as they aro at tho present mure. Tho youthful beaux first make lar subscriber to this journal, was preClocks, Jewelry & .Silverware to tho roadway rj a passing ten dollars. The cast of this building came along, saw tho rope and began to was of ono ol tho a despcrato oalaught oh the hut cipitated timsT) Mspr Erf r bronchi to thla mukrt. Prim Lower linn "fieMB3ilies," prided himself upon named, who repulse them because of vehicle which is used in the transmis- is estimated to bo $G80,000,000. The think about it. He evolved the "barb-e- b th UtwnU Watches, Clotki and Jewelrr K billiard room w contain nine hunpaired on abort notice and Warranted. wiro" fonce, and tho very farmer higli position in society, was very the unsatisfactory condition ot their sion of rcfiiso coal, and sustained in nincty-ni- no French from whom tho fellow got tho idea has dainty and delicate in his tastes and oxchequcr. Then thoy fly at tho rich juries which were !cyond tho control dred American, old lady, ono oi them generally suc- of tho most eminent physicians. Tho and one English table, and most of to nav bim a tribute for an article was scrupulous in drawing nice social ) Col. r at an ap- ceeding in winning her, her rival dear infant, !l is feared, will soon bo the visitors expected to be Americans, which he himself originally designed, "W? distinctions. jfEt billiard room will be fitted out And the income of the monopoly is ce pointed hour brought up for inspection finally wedding somo bald, insipid old climbing the golden stairs. For of the with a spittoon of one hundred feet in timated at 8100,000 per month. ft such is the kingdom of heaven." a likely mulatto boy, who was men Cmcjuj. statistician at"Now, there's an article which would t".rcumferenco.'' Ir this city a careful talljand physically soubiI, but who A Philadelphia shoo dealer gives Remits of an Accident. As the boy tached to tho Health Hoard estimates causo a sensation. Lot mo give you stasMacred tiistreesiBgly. customers their photographs, and a " wasfnot eeaeulted in the matter, he there aro at present 250,000 widows another oxamplo As with many vaiunble discoveries, dentist loans teeth on trial. Business . "Do you prefer tho elevator or liio tho process of rolling cold iron owes its bul only to quietly submit to an ex in this country, G0,000sol whom are is becoming demoralized. It was tho independent; 60,000 of whom livo on stairway? " queried the editor, as ho discovery to an accident, which is thus aminaliou,very like that to which chromo that started it all. Nice ol' Horses and Fine Turnouts. ' Hates rearelated: "A foundryman, a work Tho men's furnishing store man who a horso is subjected when offered on elegant incomes; BO.OOO of whom are arose. " yelled tho inter- man sonable. "Good morning! the rolls, neglected to take his doesn't give a diamond stud with each thonjarkct. After sorno higgling up- supported by thoir own or their lato at on the part of tho two men Major II. husband's family or relatives; tho re- esting youth. "Don't trouble your- tongs from a bar of heated iron in shirt can't sell nowadays. The grocer paid a good round sum for tho boy, maining 100,000 earning their own self; tho stairway is good enough for timo, and they were carried through must give a full tea set with each me." And ho made a rush for the the roils. Much to his surprise the and toot his newly acquired property living. pound of catnip and peach leaves, or Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in That tho widows of wealthy men door, but not in time to eeeapo tho tongs instead of being broken in pass home. the day is cold for him. The uoxt morning, as tho Colonel aro no always well provided for, a projected booU ing through the rolls, were reduced to When the minister is pretty severe town tavern, recent case in,tho courts furnishes Not Cold. was sauted inVront the same guage as the heated bar, and And can supply It in any quantity. Tho widow and daughter of his heels elevated against tho balAt 10 o'clock on Thursday evening shone like steel. The workman call- upon human shortcomings in tho pulwitn pit, every man leans back in his pew, advanced toward no less a roan than tho lato Jesse Hoy t an omnibus was rumbling down Fifth ed tho attention of tho superintendent usters, Major II ho's him in no pleasant framo of mind, and are suing fur an increased allowanco, avenue. A handsomo young lady, to what he thought was merely a 'fun- smiles, aud says to himself, "Now giving it to ' em." Satisfying thought, claiming that tho incomo afforded modestly attired, sat near tho door. ny' circumstance; but the superintendwithout other salutation, exclaimed, passed the Hotel ent jumped at the conclusion that if it isn't it, lljat the minister always has , you have cheated rao, them under a trustee is not sufficient. As the vehicle "Col.iW Among tho richest widows may bo Brunswick a man with a whito hat, wero possible to roll cold iron onco, it reference to somebody else? siri: i r Without altering his petition, the mentioned Mrs. W. K. Garrison, Mrs. diamond studs and gray side whiskers could be duno again. Ho commenced "Yes," said the Vermont deacon, Colonel looked up calmly, and said in Marshall O. Itoberte, Mrs. A. T. caught sight of the pretty face. He to experiment and had nbt gone far "I always go down to camp meeting, bis blandest tones, mado mora provo Stewart and Mrs. Paran Slovens, both entered tho omnibus nnd tat down at before ho discovered that cold iron was and always come back feeling good. king by his tantalizing lisp: "Good- - of whom havo been reported several tho side of the young lady. After in evory respect the equal of steel for Do you see that magnificent horse moruipg, Major. You. theom to be times to be again contemplating mat- paying his frtro ho hummed "Sweet shafting purposes and iu somo respects there in the Geld? Well, you ought thoVowha't' perturbed, 'if your re rimony. Dame Humor had it at ono Violets," and tried to attract her at- it, is superior, as it is more easily turn- to have eren tho old plug I took down mark wath jiddrothcd to mo, I hope timo that President Arthur would tention. Wrapt in her own contem- ed to any desired size than steel. there!" you will ecthcutho mo if I inquire to lead Mrs.1 Itobcrts (o the bymonial al- plations, sho gazed at tho stately resi Other discoveries followed this, and A new convert wished very much tar, but nothing has ever come of it. dences ou the avenue, unmindful of tho process for rolling cold iron was to be baptized by ono minister and to what you havo rcfercnthe." "You know very well, air," replied Mrs. Slovens has been roported to bo her surroundings. Suddenly she felt patented. Tho man who allowed his join the church of another. Sho went thojlsjor, with growing indignaUon. engaged to beveral gcntlemcc, but sho the tipa of bis gray whiskers pn her tongs to go through th rolls, was suit- to the first and asked if it could bo "You ilecctVcSl fuo nbout that negro I remains (rue to tho memory oi tho cheek. "Aro you" cold, Miss" tho ably rewarded, and the persons who dono. "Yes," replied the pastor, "I bought yesterday. Why, confound lato lamented. Mrs. Slovens is prob owner said. followed up and placed his discovery could do it, but I don't tako in washill ho stutters so badly ho can hardly ably the richest widow in this part of "O, no," was the modest reply. on tho market, have mado millions. ing." niako himself understood. It is ab tho country; thero is ono richer in "Are your ears cold?" A Washington paper sketches a It is a question if a summer vacasolutely painful to try to talk with California, tho relict of ono of tho "Certainly "not," tho man replied. 4 ' gentleman aa ono may say to tho life, tion is of any practical benefit to a I . kings. Mrs. A. T. Stewart's "But why do you nsk ?" hinr.7 though he is gono. Col. Johnson is clergyman. In three months a con"My dear thlr," responded tho Col.,' ago protects her from the rumor of "Becauso ydu evidently want them dead. He was a fine specimen of a type. gregation can lose an amount of piety with an air of Fujurod inuoccncc, and matrimonial intentions, Mrs. E. 1). warmed," she answered. Good family, good society, ample that a hard winter's work will scarce with a sly glance 'at tho Morgan is a 'rich widow. The only other occupant of the Btables and fox ly recovery nfeans, with who wero enjoying tho sceno, "you Wlicu the widow has a marriagea- stago laughed outright at'the cutting es in the wdeYheMived a charaifog A man never prides himself on tho ought not to blamo mo in tho matter. ble daughter tliero is often trie same retort. The man flush I thought you wanted a thervant to contest between tho two that there is ed and pulled (.ho strap. He got out life. But applejack got tho belter of smallneas of his wife's feet when she lost his pro- has got thorn planted in his spine and work for'you. If you had told mo between two sisters. While tho moro in somo haste, and the stage rumbled him. Next the Captain his is prying him out of bed to build the toconvorlh with, experienced woman oftcu carries (off onward, while IhoyOung lady resum- perty. The lose sobered him. In you, wanted a, nigger old age he jrorke4.oat the puzzles mb fire. Fall River Advance. wqukl have taken painth to tholect tho prize as often as the youthful ed her contemplations. I NdwJ York the childrei'newpapers. , Now.heu acyou a better convertliathlenolith." daughter triumphs. The latest case Sun. . There are 50 shops for tho salo'of J dead. j fhVreply raised a laugh at the Ma iathatof'a rich young widow living horse-flesTho haavieatj rail used iu this counat food in Paris, France. jor'a oxponso, aud so oxasperated him iu the fashionable locality of Ueaoan try does not exceed 72 In several States thore are laws pounds per Every young doctor will cet on if drunkto ho turned, abuptly, on his heel and street, Boston. She sutumerled from yard, tho averago being GO pounds againstwlliug liquor opmmon bo only has patients. lolt the suavo Colonel master of tho abroad a sweetheart of her youth, per yard, or 04 tons, per mile,t while ards TiieUiod of peetfng up iu The best thing to give to tho Harper's Magaziuo. situation. whom sho bad discarded because he the best English roads use a double-heade- contpteuetM places a list of all drunkards in the town has worked wonders was poor, but the gentleman found A remark, CAHWRlipKLLUiENOK. rail weighing 80 pounds per No waller ho jaded the constitution the daughter moro attractive, made yard. Allowing aa average face to in' several communities. A man has abloiustance of tho fidelity aud desire to see his may be from dUeaae or excem, He Qreat the dog lately happened at Mil Ipvo to, her and finally married her. faco croastio of 9 iuchos aud 3,000 ties to pretty far gono to (Jrrtmn Invigorator restores u permanentsur name potted in' such a lut. ford 'Ilaveu.1 Two mon named Davies An incident tho reverse of tliia agita- per mile, we havo a ly. See adrertUement. For sale by IVn. and Taylor were out in a boat, which ted fashionable circles in Harlem not face of 2,250 lineal feet er,i3i!o of The eqterprieing Georgia girl who ny it McAlister. of a daughter track, Tho hoglisi roads, with a raised four acres oi onions and seat was swaniped. The former of these long since Tho suitor, PILES I PILES I PILES! was tho owner of a dog, and while tho whom ho met abroad traveling with heavier rail, have u much leu num lots of them as presents to her rivals, Dr. Vtuiliiy' Arw Dlteorery for mon were struggling in the water the some friends, and whom ho accoiupa ber, of croeaties.. A rail weighing 80 but cawfully avoided touching tltwa, 1'lltu la radical cho from lb old remeJIee c nied home to prosecute hk suit here, pounds per yarj equals 125,7 toifl per nerseu, :ii m f t i 1. n.L sr r beretafura In uie. Tb DtKoterj It the mult ol animal caught hold of Taylor with the .... .y . jeanofpatitoticienllflciludjr and InTeatUatloo object of supporting him; finding,how transferred his affections to tho moth- mio awl with; cross ties of 9 laches the yotuuy; Into lot character or thla Mlolul dlaeaa. To ecu P biladelpbia Tine jou ol Ita 'reat merit, call oo V""j X were after. over, that it was not his master to er. It is rarely though that the affec- face (average) and tea to each rail ner sec Stanford, or W. H. WtUr, Ml. Vernon, whom he was rendering this assistance tions of the widow are trifled with, length, the Ksglish tract has swood-bearin- g News. and get a aanplo Ux frre ol ehart. and it is rarely that a widow figures surface of 1,132; lineal feet, he relinquished bs grasp and went to Tho object ot the English syndicate (leorsa W- Rlbellu, ( piuo Mound, HI., ailtat tho aid of Davics, his master, support- as principal in a breach of promise abgut i2 per cetit. less than our own who aro purchasing Confederate bonds that Bruwn'a Expectorant cured him of a Hurt roads. This is what we shall 'eventuN. Y. Morning Jpurual. cold after STcrytblof 1m bad railed, Fcr aalo tj ing him uutil ho was rescued by a suit. ally come to iu4 America a heavier is said to be tq get possessioa of fowls l"uay X MdlUltr, Htaobrd, and W. M. Weber, Commercial College of 'Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. . eUCI-M- . WIHUTB. passing steamer, tho other mau being HtaeiSEHT. " Pa, is it right to cal a man born rai and less wood oa ourj roadbeds. deposited in European banks by the ill. Vorooo. StuJenli rrrei'tttX any vett day of tht year, Bumuur uuion now opt for mtiving UuJtnti. drowned. Wba lan cttliuaU Inn amount of buuian' auflir iu Poland a Pole? " "Of course, my we iHimt,iuat u Hot sale to use a Confederate government. Regular Fall Session, Sept. 10, 1883. 2S?!HJ'-',-- t; JlttSstS nmylkt And aba tlie numsA wood as' white odder or uf caused j lf a 4oa IkMrtca. f cmM frtjslattM f IsW Uf 04iau, MtW uh 1W b4tM 4c- Httilf IftBA The pig lads ' R liviBg la Ms pea child." " Well then, if a wan is bom hackberry; tie, such upon ) U of Mstvrmlir M IviIm liiiWi, pliUtt 44 tumpieU, uegtecliufjuit and (oil Khm. ol Urea save taaeeati and J. II. Urocbcn, LouUfllle, mj$: "I lure bertoufhf uuderumedEipMlorautby will euro tola HaHiMM AirtAassttsf, Hi I iwsttvm UiSf t4 TraittMCmattwiU., frftSksAsiif, attMtaa, llalMMrr. m4 Ljsu4 U fttaJ lU La, MtrfMilla It Tim ftqiivsJ U insu.tsU U " "Tut, Browu'e ( lHlM. tU9 MtJIt. Tsjl mI. tMlsOtaU Ttuw. aud so does the editor. The similar!-it- y, in Holland, is he a hole? (Mk4f It) KsttfasHra, then oak ties should be used at the been tuQsriug frou tltsr. CQWpUlni; tha, i Ml ftli4U M tfcw tfrtbf) t WtttKl U a, tvlWCM t IM VwJj, til W mmJ. Oiw Lf Sfty couta. for cbaur. fksva Wats Jf istj m!m' ir UctltVw. itsititWa tli,M1 IwvNf IM 1hifl, Tm DfUkui4 W tut! I'll answer bo more of,yeur silly 'Mil ioints. with only the best oak ties best reuSeJjr I Late ever u4 1 Browti'n couju ifilttu A McAIUUr, 1'ilce, howew, eeaees at this point. na 4 S lrta CsMkUUt lacttfUf aWCTMltsMi u4Wr lato W M. Stanford, and Mlobyl'aouy Nit miii, fikuu, tUirtH ' . f MITHt Pr Uk4nM6M. Nf WltBUR , questions." . Iron Miter. Wller, ML Vtrnoj, The Dfttnuer. foa curves. Iroa Age, Hamlvcl nttriorornn( About American Bruthmg Up Repjrtlng. Tht Hotel of the future. M'ROBERTS&STAGG 'Uh-gag- 4-p- Opera House Stanford, Ky., board-ing-hous- i old-tin- e s. !!,. ,. H. C. RUPLEY, MERCHANT XA1XOB, Stanford, Kentucky, mu-seu- g AIMteff .a XI J good-lookin- g anto-bcllu- - illmry, IgitosF)! SITIHJBILIEI! i. B3 .AJSTID lot HAB3STBSS SIECOIF. tea-stor- 100.000 A. T. POTJJVDg of-th- o COAL? S 1 NrajnEMEY, Stanford, Ky. AT AND BELOW prcoST! We will sell you anything in Sum mer Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. Baft Wmget Thm Shoes,now 75c, was $1, Slippers, 50c, 1, Itateieg I crs, Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 was 7, 10, 12, 14, 17.50 2.75 1.25 75,1, was 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 2 1.50 2, 1.50, 2, well-fille- cray-bearde- d i h Children cordingly. Shoes and Slippers BRUGES, d saga-city.- wood-bearin- . jrynrTOTTiTO 1 m ing Office does all kinds of Job Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. w. P. Walton, Prop'r. The Interior Journal Steam Print- WARREN GO. STEAM PRINTING! I1 - A, & t, I V"" 'W - "F" 9-- 1I fWW an 4Thk; ttouaA (ifx Ota rtaarvtA Friday Morning,, - AgH8t 24, 1883 3JB5OT M T I practicing anointing wilh oil in conjuac lion with prAver for (he healing of the slrk. He Uses a compound prepared ac cording to (he divine formula given to Akron and his sons, thinking that a put ot the prescribed ritual ordained by God; hut otherwise hoIJi with all the rest of us, who believe that Jesus will heal bad bodies as ifatt aa save bad souls the only require' racnl In either rase being badness con olhed with a willing mlml and open cori fesslon of the bltMed name of Jesus. At I 1 I t I "t , IllUgO, JKMIHfJHlMI HO IIIipetlGBWl mil business, F, I Thompson, present the good brother, iter. John if ho did not know it then but.knows . Mr. .Jsji. Maret, oir eflicienl Depot Al(tn by tiimo, ia at the tea we for a Agent at this place haa been stationed at it now, lio Ought to resign. noslhV recuperation and has generously Oral) brshard for a few days fn place of Missouri hthaads are ecourimical, Mr. Slavena, removed. W. J. Newcobib placed his church at our disposal for ten days' services, or longer, if the LOltD and Missouri murderers' aro cheap. has been running theoflic at this place. sliUiiM bjien the way by marked blessing 'f ho Court granted a change of venue on our etinlslry of sermon and toeg. I find Wo aro led to this presumption from the fact that at Ikubridge, in that State in the case of the Commonwealth v. WW thi field vis not neglected one, nor a very Dunnegan to Laurel, where Tfheie are wo dn tituts one, at I a Grtl supposed, but has husband hlrM (women for the Mall ,t- .. - .rv to other cases, nf ,tlie same character, from long been fully occupied by various sects tho eflectwfts a&ostipnfnfeRlo. MKn of obo dollar and fifty cents to r Mur this county. Is Laurel a rcfugo for ail and the people rather pretchtr-hardeaeTho wIhWo Itltia vwjiswselM der bis wifo. They fulfilled theirtrinifl-actioe,Til doers? tian strangers to evangelistic fflbrtt. I "ly the good brother of tho Commercial A man named b. Clark, attempted to think, but fortunately have leen therefore lliat our work will be and wo shall proceed to claim our break into a hbase at the Sinks of Jtoued- - among christians at first, and lynched. but hope theout stone, and waa In property after tho hundred days exhi- " lie waa 'Aixtho rctnrns aro in save those of brought to town,abol bistlie back. examined. stder may be induced to give us a hear and wound Our advice to every bition is over. Martin county, whoso clerk ought to It was foijnd to be not very serious, and inr, in part, at least Sunday was our first day t the Triangle and rj very encouragbody is : Don't fail to visit tho Great botakonoutand kicked to death for he was placed in jail, indicted, add his tri- ing beginning. Three services and 3, 0 and you more his Exposition. .It slotlifulncss, and Proctor Kuotl's al set for respectively 21 confessions gave first aboot rWiloveUpment and enterprise Miss Zula Williams has returned front fruits Permajority is a liltlo over of a very promsing character, Monof our common country than can bo haps wo shall hoar from Martin sotiio Lbuisville. Miss Clco Williams ia horn day highl 4 more arid last night 3, with again after na absence of several weeks, vis- good congregations considering that Mongained in any other way and iho lestimo during tho coming fall. iting in Lancaster and Paris., Jndge W. day waa the regular midsummer "Bank son will be lastingly impressed. II. Kandall, of London, and A. II. Bur- - Holiday," which maant jollification for all MOTSS OF CURRENT EVENTS. JmijjjHe jMeljpAK, theU? igu irtr nam, of Richmond, were attending court England and a frame of mind rather -C- ol.'fo&s. A. Gill, 'prosecuting' attor this week. Willis Adams, Hr. and Willis man? seems to 'bei having tilings his for religious services. It was ia dead. ne of Adams, Jr, of Paint Lick, were In town very like the Fatter and Whitsuntide holHo manipuown way in Ohio now. h Wood, boot and olioe deal- attending court.. lates conventions to suit himsoli and ers, Cowling Green, liars made an alignidaysall LondoH on the go for such pleasJohn Wk Marlor, a person pf uuestion ures each osbld find and pay for; train tho politician who crosses his path is ment. Liability $15,000. able diameter, who made himself famous and trams crowded to tuuocation;sll places At Knoxtii)y.TTe BBfJolin McClaln doomed for life. Ho, hasibout sue-- , by a card in tho Mountain Echo of last of report a jam; every thing on wheals and and Ida hhred man, Gee. Qttwfljjjere ceoded'in Killing. ofl senator jPendle week, in which he attneka your corres- every draft creature in great demand; while lif;iinc a ton and it is said, lid will slaughter pondent pretty severely, happening to get drinking, carousing ainglng, A jounR Kealuekun nameilWaBtrf; Hoadley unless ho will givo up all fromViVelnter county, was rotbe jh1 bni on the grand iury at this terra of court by rambling in fields, boating, riding, cricketsome means, indicted Jack Adams, Jr, for ing, kite flying and what not; all going on connection with tho Ncm. tfeurnal, of tally murdered at Ml. Vernon, Ind. carrying concealed upon his person a pis- -' in a thoroughly enjoyable way, with very which ho is part owner and ono of tho Dr7Bujler,,i'on of Senator Butler, of tot on the Clh day of Au '3:t; election day directors, and assist him in the work South Carolina, aa thrown from Ms horse In the trial of the caae it waa proven by little dninkenne.it visible and every body careless of what every body eke did or nhlloilfting wiltPa yoafljr lady ami fatally of rooting out the, hated rival altost r era I witnesses for the Uefendeat that bo thpuglit snd only intent on having a good InjyredS .$ "t .' gether. McLean is a boss of the TiwFreMh Lnx'e 11 jwiothw Victory pistol waa drawn by Jatc Adams on that time regardless of etiquette and appearmeanest character and a party which In TWjuin. ATlny "ekptured one hundred occasion, nor waa an attempt made to ances. We notice this U ever the chief allows such a man to rulo over it, and fifty cannon and $50,000 in Acnamite draw ono on ii part. A number of wit- - characteristic of British holidays such in currency. Yicsacs swore they wouldn't believe said a better sense than with us, where coarse must and ought lo sutler defeat. Wcbjlcr Thomu, of the Somerset lie- - Marlor on oath. This is why I don't anriot overmasters gennine enjoyment ao ofplaco. It U swer him! The little remediating cuss from pubtiam, gets a ten and the horrid pistol or gleaming IucralifejM the Hi.0 lut'it,will do L, Whitehead's far your Go to J. Vitgieia', JMalwne'.jSlias, Miieuaceel BotM knife so often turn into school books, inks, paper, pencils and all blood-shefcr the present? The worst one meets with in himself lor Arthur for president and At Athena, Oa , Mrs. Fowler and her school suppliia, which you can get at the a British crowd is a Utile unceremonious his Mo Too Riddlebareer echoes,"-Yea- , diuehter wero killed l7 a lowest prices, lie also haa on sale daily elbowing and a little coarse talk now ami wo aro for Arthur beeaUeArttiur is bolt of lljjhtntni;. An infant in its moth- and weekly papers, leading periodicals, and then between parties who pay little resthe works, ol the principal writer of Fic- pect to . for us." - It begins to look however, er's arms waa. unhurt. "ears polite." The courtesy to la The sum of $931,000, bequeathed by tion and Poetry. , If ho hasn't got what dies every where shown in that Arthur will wish before many America, one moons wax and wane that ho bad J. B (lardncr, of Boston, to help pay the you want he will get it for you in fact misses here time and again, but the feeling any book published In the United Slates of safely and security one does not experi National debt, was1 Wednesday received at steered clear1 of 'these little' varmints. tbe,reuury Department and placed to the furnished at publishers' prices. Fresh ence on a holiday at. home, more than com All decent republicans in tho State credit of patriotic donations. drugs and medicines, tobacco and cigars, pensates for occasional rudeness. Give me aro opposed to Mahone and humiliated Boehfster, Minn, was visited by a ey canned fiuiU and groceries. He alto keeps the place evermore where men do not use at Arthur gjappwent tatMngtp with clone Wednesday which demolished one- - a good supply of paints, oils, soaps, per deadly weapons to adjust differences. How third of the city, killed 2 1 pernons and fumes, clocks, watches, jewelry and no- gladly would I see this real blel upon our them. wotimled 50 or i,., n to mention. see A train of cars waa Electricity is doing good work at blown from the more. nnd a score or more tions too numerous'convinced that Go one Southern society, especially, removed for yourself, and be track no Bull am getting a little despondent tho Great Southern Exposition) people" were killed. can undersell him. Order filled by malt about Nothing but the btetsed millennot only lights up the buildings and George Metche, sent to the cniten-tiar- y free qt postage. Address, J. L. Whitenium will root out the evil. from Hardin county in 1879 for 21 head, Mt. Vernon or Williamsburg, Ken. grounds and supplies tho. current for l!a uot,rroth with me, Qh, my dear lucky, m tho telcgraph'Vnd telephone, but runs years for luurder, waa par3o"ned by Gov. people, ifl tell you of some things in which to paryou are far behind the times aa you are in an cngino afad a train of cars around Hlackhnrn. Jfe however refused don Steele, the murderer of W. G. Welch, BEYOND THE OCEAN'S WAVE advantage on so many points. Britain ia a track nearly a half a milo in in Woodford, which wo publiah to his hetterJofi In this respect, despite her anti. Tbp f quated ways and troglodyte habits, treasHouse, i KirilMidTM ,riicn, i ne. aeiaBiiiiu; at .vT t traak Jnw rtIt kkid in thbVorhbaml . for Hiohoate, London, Aug. 8, '83 J ured from "the fathers," and it, is mors mm -iL Ml. AlilnWI n. occeuu aiiunai jjunK. in if you caa say you have ridden Ikar Interior than a compensation for a score of thing WeMttfr, himself up to the Wo hare Just Unpacked our trunks in which our free country has left ua fsr on t)tefint railway of the kind fever poKeoln Raeten.IIa aaya It U, triie",''a and taken formal poHseasion of this stately in the rear. opera&llo tKeWS. charged that, baembetiled $80,600 freon Csnllnufcl la nsii luat. mansion, vacated yesterday eveulng by our tho fundi of the bank, and loot It all in Tuu proposition of tho Hopkins- - stock autculatioua in New York. dear friends, the JUrtletts, and placed at laSCASTEU 1UTKU118K1IKSTS. our disposal until their return in Septemvillo KcntucLitm to mako the dayjfaf Shore Id a talk of ceaaolijatiaK the Proctor Knotts uiauguratio one.ofi Postal, ftraerlcan Kanld. Banker' and ber. We have a strange feelini; of expan II. WAIiTEH. thankfulness and prayer, for tho exit Merchant' Telegraph Companies, with tho sion in the change from our comfortable, hut comparatively narrow accommodations LANCASTHK, KY. of Gov. Blackburn meets tho hearty expectation of forming a formidable rival in Shacklewell Lane; for this is a grand Offlee over1 Cltlwnt Nttldnil Ilink. OBlee hours from s to I a, if. sa4 from 1 la ft r. H. approval of the Interipk JpuitNAL.' of the Writer Union. Home aiy the Wes mansion, and with silling tern Union will prefer to cobble the lot in BAM M. HUUDETT, The editor( of that sheet doubtless re- oqe and dining apartmenla 18x25 and 21x25 liiBiii.to taking thcui in separately. AXTOItIVJ3r At XjAW, s respectively. We occupy 3 airy joices (hat the chance 6f hU being as LANCAMTKB, KY. Bert C. tSchleble and Josle Slupp, sassinated and. hid murderer instantly Y6unc people from Dayton, who were on of commodious dimensions, the one in Will Drstttes la GtrrirJ as J aJlolaJnacountle and Court of Appeals, lllljrj pardoned is to end with tho inaugura- the downward road, were found lead in a which I am writing this overlooking the great city, with the Houses of Parliament U. KAUFFMAN, II. " room on George . street; Cincinnati. Schie- Lax. Transcript. tion of Knott. far background and the dame of St. hie had ahotlhe girl through the tiead and in tho, ATTOIINDV At TjA.TV, I.ANCA8TKK, KY. If Gov. Kuolt wants to do a really then buried a ball in his own brain, lie Paul's looming up througli, the "dun mitt" clover thing . and at the. eamo, .time left a letter to the Cvroner, aiking that to the right, With a glara we can read the Ussier CouiiAlsiIoDer rjsmnl Circuit Court. W 111 prwtlro all and iiljolalog gratify a very large jierccnlago of the their bodies be tent to their parcnta in tune of day on the great clock tower, where couptli la latho Courts of Utrrmrd sail lbs Court of Appeals. "Big Ben!" (be famous monster bell, sounds peqjrfe'of the State, ho will retain Col. Dayton, giving the addrent of each. out the accurate llmo for all London. ColA 0. E. Bowman as Commissioner of Kailwaylocomotivo on the Elizahethlown eridge wrote bis "Ancient Mariner" next waa thrown from the track by Agriculture, iiio people ot this sec- running over a cow, acdKogineerlligglngi door and Will ran see, from bia bed iponi tion would bo particularly pleased for fell under the holier, where he waa envel- window the poet's favorite balcony where they know him to bo a failhful.diligent oped in acaldiojr aleam. ''Leave aie," be be loved'to sit and read, while the wind gently stirred the leaves of the great plane and an enterprising man, tully in liar cried to the men who were trying to pull tree in the rear garden, bsyond which he ' interests him out, "aud flig No. 7 right away." This mouy with tho agricultural too could get the view , of, London that I waa done and a terrible wreck prevented, of the State. catching between these lines as I lift whito the brave engineer waa being burned am my eyes to enjoy It. Highgate gave na a Mr. Knott lias neither by word to death. --The engineer of the Florida Ship Ca- reception moist as Scotland, for we landed nor sign intimated that the bigdisplay in a brisk rain and at intervals a driving nal Company haa reported that is being prepare for bis inaugu-ratiosT- anal,, capable of allowingthat a tidewater Hlorm hides bouses, steeples, every thing, be ships Of the Adverse (U biiPwllags from view. to aui, can be Our friends leave (jieir corps of servants eause of its uselessnow and costliness. for $10,000,000. Huch a canal We had hoped that he would, as we will shorten the distance between New i at our disposal also, and the nratly-attlreand Jj(ivfYofk 600'mllefl,'' 'between young women in wblte caps, wbo bid ua siick'taJ want him tobegtH,glitx'-aB-l New Orleans and Llverpew 412 mile, and welcome on our arrival and soon spread an it throu(4ihleadiBielratrwi.s't between l'ensacola and New York COO appetizing lunch fn the great dining-room- , W. ILMunisx, adta. "V0rl5 (a to belga fa (liree siontln. gave ua such a practical sense of the luxu Edjtqr M. Gratien, an wronaut of Farit, while rious quarters we were to occupy for a Louwville Democrat is befug urged by began 'for Secretary of State ua-d- preparing fur an ascension, was suddenly month, aa to almost astound. We few frtw4s jerked Intp the air by the balloon, which life in Highgate with a loving awl fervent Gov. Knott. He fa, a aithul uau broken loose, and carried at a great thanksgiving to the dear LOUD for "His democrat, has doao good work for the height for four miles, his only support g tender mercies'" a word that 'exactly departy and would mako a' west' capable a cord that had wrapped Itself around scribes what I wish to write about it all. two fingers of hit right hind. Tiie cord Praise Hint forever and for every thing. and excellent officer. to .cut through the llesh, causing excruciating Here then at a refreshing altitude equal the tip of St, Paul's high dome, our dear Blackiiuhn said to a reiwHeW uguny. u ueo int; uauoon aeajiy iMueu to "Xf ouiy Hv owe thing, waa in a bramble patah, aad. GrWea Muter haa furuiahed this delightful reLaHCtular was dragged tuane dttauce through the treat for His happy children servants, Ike pasjJ work He has called them who I belfove deserves' executive thorny brush 'Ills clothes were, torn olf while they do the to. That service lies at present in the and his body badly aerstcbel, cleweskfy," awd.Uf borough of Hackney, in a great thorough- "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," for tbefitvor, he showU have added. aVr VERNON DEPARTMENT. fare known aa Mare street, at a point tailLANCAbTBK, KY. ed the Triangle, in a church named TriniUanajuJbjJohn B, fish, Tuesday, Ohk week iroM jHWt Go lo J. L. Whitehead's for fruit ty. The latter Is a handsome gothlc strucKwUcky will Wd krewell to every Jars. 2t ture, aeallog about 800 and holding 1,000, Amit wipe her weeplageyee. "H'hyT Hjlvk Youu I loos, J. L. Whitehead originally built by an l!pItcoal clergy EhwltUwH retires to bhj level awewg baa the remedy Dr. Haas' Hog Cholera man of proclivities, who final ly gave such ofieotc for introducing some 2I ProprltUis- cut throat (M that day. Preventive eawbkrs 1 Wr spent alont four hours In the iMj-tWHiporftfon grwirwrs' (la at ijHisvmiftT Atoivsuy evcMBf , ana ftlttmig)" WolWro JfttHy t&i wh titmntMn't Igiii tfTaee Hilf fifth vast display. lis immensity is almost il fa t hwi appalling. Nothing over Iweu seen ii$ tltffSoiilf, iwd is tho North only ,at tho Centennial. Tho main building is ond of tho largest in tho world and tho grounds comprise fifteen seres, mehiding Central placo nf itself to Park, spend an evening. Tho Art GHry is indwdia'itoirrg of beflitty and a oy lorover, bbii (ipura can , protiiauij speSt in examining the wonderful diJ play of tho nrtists' powor. It waa brilliantly lighted up with hundreds of electric lighUwIwu wa mUdUi(l 4 WiaNlk'I n nvmnaroiiiniriviing in mniiuwu in i Matt." Custom grl liwlng m tl Congress to vote for Postal Telegraph " wk. Jas. Marat. Service. It wotild bo just as well to A foreman by the name of Smith, on have the gover menl manage the rail Taller' works was killed by a negro Wed m Nttka tte telegraph and if one is nesday night. The clrraainn adopkd.ffe.shaU hear of tho other he sucliMlojiiitlfr the darkey fn doing flic. ing urged in a short time. Tho ad The venue of the famous case of Grun too 'much dy va C, Crook, haa again been changed. iwfestaHoti'h rcMiyfwMiQtH it aaoUieTftnMy This time it goes to the Boyle Circuit ftofriani purnVtMJ Coiltt. This case haa been In nearly every offt5,l5f to ne rfounfy In the dhtrlct. Tiikfik sretns td beliardly a dmV' 'More Imalnem has been transacted this ow of a doubt that Stanley Malthows' ckiurt than for any term fcr a longtime. position wan nit purchased by Jay Nearly all the (insinena Is up. Judge Ows (lonld A CM, Tor $100,000 paid into ley has done more work than waa thought dp.' tho republican corruption, (mid ta $0, poviblo for any man lo All persona indebted to me are mints'-Wo Ihcfcioro suggest that ii Matthows ltd to call nnd settle their accounts by the know nf tho IwRain and salo beforo first of September of they will be placed ho nccept&l 'tlio , 6ffico of Supremo in tliu bandit rf a collecting officer. I is!,n , I ,' r Mbat. at .!.... .A....ttT!'i.Ji ralLe wcv f.3liWy aJo4.l N hlt mttK niM-j- i of Mr- - i rj...; t eVJotfiasowiih4sHe iin tRit ? jfc'Mi!Hia IngJJke a fen ft sal owl W tail S91 MHrcaigM Its 4mU hit service, .. X wftoffltrllMil there being and the tXU'it Mh f rurnlturJE. fell into a bankrupt condition and aeally at a low price into the hands ot a wealthy lady In Mr. SpnrgeonV church, who devoted it to MlasJeA tmtporetf net Bsetlrt ahviont cith'cr, for the prtunt iBrMifribeal preaches mi wiskufTsk w . . A STsry ilewrlntlon ff it ndll.lieA lnliti troll Ihronih my slnrs will pmrt. My prim srs l Imuiht In Ihorlllss, s low Imllir ,t.l, a fact alto ol OftUr Jtmomlrtllon I keep on btai a loll line of kvs Ihtlullrll ant'KillMffKa i. of .T. J. IIO.Sf.r.Y, HttiMPalnttr & Paper Hanger t:0 lm 8TANF011D. KY. ' tpl.l rn tlu .i Farm For SmII Iswn Ih AHnl eountf,krfnUln"; riHi.1 iv' fr pylj WiT)rWlfli;irfldri' lit mlnltter, a well n.lisr Vel fih wm 1wrniTrffflTutTrTifi a nlro.Dew aa a devoted proclaim- er pf an uncommonly pure gospel, besides Heirs. Ordorn by Tele tondou to. ph Tromptly At- - mi',.... B. K. WEAKEN. TtfnVli"& " Also ln.l. y f nrnlfoHifllls, Msrlsa III) Arr ol well - lf III" all n- . in" , Arresm iiniiirr in-i- , , "",;- ttm.i, whlih I will sell very hP, jj' J'i , f r'rf nl Irrs lira IMJittlls, Ky IffiMf ' W. H. HICCINS f I'r'ALCH IN - NhiIiIIom, llHrtltTHrn, IrAH, Ksty IIrno NIiocm, (Jrnrrrlrsi, tttreiiHHHrr, TVhIIh, NnkCH, ItltHH, WhccN, NtevoH, CJraffH, NtBHOKHrO, Ittiggy Mlilpsi, IlrirHOM. '1 'HIIO Ml IN, 'lilrr MIIIm, ,Ijttt retrm, 'ollHri, ('em NIioIIpi-n- K Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel nnd Brlnley Combined Flows, Wooden and Cast Fnmpi, and tho Celebrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin Roofing nnd Guttering will have prompt attention UnlrmtnKik f T' n, d H. . MHIUIIT. S'.J.t't.lKHAN. will-teac- h $ w BRIGHT GROCERIES k AND CURRAN, HARDWARE, f r Wlialr4HlttHiiil Itcfall DchUth Ih well!BE? We run two houaei, curry the Largest Stoolc in tows; pay oaah for our goods, which enables ua to noli you nlouor than any one. Alt we ask ia a trial. BRIOIIT & CURRArT. i' E FALL E-s-Ei.J- bLj BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR a merry-makin- d ,, a 50 CD SEEDING! And be sure you examine, before purchasing', our line of Seeding Implements, as follows: N CD it Jit it lqttrMoleigeet crm.xw'i b x'jia.ihx: 'x-ii- x: uvnn" bou-oiim- tenete EJ,K 0,.lia io !! HUIIOPON DIJNTtHT, I. uiany-roome- d ' ' Ixandreth's ftetai - ty flrat-cla- Or-U- d Seeds 09 CD o,tle In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of The Baker Spring 'Hple SrE 2 Gram Drill, P o IBS The Trump Grain Drill p aq O with Spring Seat, as P ft P The Buckeye Spring Shoe 6 I? & Grain Drill, s M o2f e The Star Grain g o g. p' Drill, a g I if & B3 s The Albion Spring Sulky g pP Harrow and BroadK O Pi cast Seeder, The Kalamazoo Spring & & & i 1 1 B Tooth Sulky Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, o 2. p g h P The Moline Sulkey Plow, rj a gi The Cassedy Sulky Plow. Bw5 P H lu CD r--i c p n . . 1 1 CD CD JO O ct-- H) CD cd r e-- t- O t- -J W M. j M 5-- ' cd One-hors- cd B- - CTQ rv- - 09 -- P- CD 1 .. r--i i J cd be-In- FIIFlNITUfiE Ih at .0 w on This line of Implements cannot be celled. . ex- etry iiai'paiiHry UrtJeJ t, rJ Ihitel ' b1 OE0.D.BUJ1DETT&CO., CD high-churc- d 5 - cd p tf p & a H' o B H o pT M P T h1 Also remember we make a Specialty of Fish Brothers Wagons, Webster Wagons and Columbus Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. CD ad CEO. D. WEAKEN. ..) 9ei-llttklElnl(riirIiN- so?j.ar2ro3ai3, Friday Moraine, I.AM. t:iprHirtih: , LOCAL ky. I os p. M. 1 oo r. m. 1 August 24, 1883 TIME CHUB, Mill train joint North ... " ," roiilh ....., rviuth ,A,,Noill....i.U... L..., . JUllUs .. 01 A.M. a.M. noatt nortecs. McAlltlcr'a. Itur I'ainth of IVnnjr A MtiAllsicir. Niok Hoik of blrllnlar canl at I'mur A HrANtiARti rrnl mlietl ialnt it A Htajtg'a. Jom. IIaaii IIok Cholera Cure. Vmnj A McAljsltr sola sgfril, LIhanii slock ofcrrrr lliing In Ida Jewtlry line l l'cnnt-- A MeAllstrrs. Watch mi, Clock sail J.wri rr ml warranln.1 lijr IVriiif 'XcAIIlr. , (Itvr.N up tint Mcllotxri A Biik itta Notla Water In'tbej worl.l. Trr U, the Machine Oik nMcJi, wll( neither hral nor KunillOrinMiM'itklbn. AlMiexlrA Rtrmlnnl Ufj H hlMnltawtrl A Plagn'ci. nr ruatrl lst Jiflf fc? tr. JOj.JaYia.niIIka.'.kv went to Loul. ' iensoMAl HiYBKH lias lie nuUrUl sick tlllf "Mlui.' IV'l'.NunneWj liaa froih atlalt io rtlatltta In Clark sister. rrlnrncil and Fay. alia. Mk. and Mm, II. It. Camnita, of Corlrjglon, ate tlie guests pf Mr. Jas, 1'. Ilalley.. Mk. John M. Kklanii ha returned to Valparaiso College where Iib.Is studying ' ' tntJIcln'o. Mix Ann Cook, of Iluttontllle, waa here tin neck looklnc hrijtlilcr and pret , tltr thin eter, Uua Wilson, .who Iim .Utn spending U month or two with Mr.' H. U. Triiehtsrl, left for her homo yesterday, Mr. anii Mm, W.8. Knott are spending a few weak at I lale'e Hiring, Lin coin county. l.hinon (Standard. Mrahu MwJoiin M. 'McRoiirnt hate relurnej from a tlsit to their dangli ter, 'Jr., Mount, at JUi Orange, and.lo the Lout(viIla'Kxpoltlon. Mr. V II. MiClintock. tJujit, of the Itnad Department of the Ii. AM ami fain llf, of Loularille, are enjoying the Rood thtiigt at the Myere House. ot lAtrrrnce-lurMokMaiiv Maddo who I Ttfitlnx MIa Hara Huffman, at Lancaster, wa liere Wednesday with the Utter irfmrcli'of her .dtt wardrobe.' ' Mlat V.UtK V. IIcxian, of Bryant-tllle- , I tiilllng her grandma, Mia. 11am llaughnMn. MIm Mary llogan, who ha also hern tisitlng her, haa returned home. Walton haa been ot.r Id aee the anj the (Xmmtnial says haa gone home with the art department. "What Frankfort art can cure hi melancholy." Yeoman. Miss Mniir. WAKTr.nnEU, of Union City, Tenn , and MIm Mattle Hopklna, of Pembroke, Ky., who hate been visiting the family of Mr. A. W. Bmith, left for their home Ihl week, taking with them the hearta of aereral of the jouiijj men, who are deeply gritTed oyer their depart, ure. Dh. 1. W. Imian and hi inUredjnK family left oa lift I A. M, KzpreM j tter. day. to make tlielr home In KnozTille, Tenn:, tojhe rejjret of raanjr frltndaThe DrJvitl make aapeclally of th'e treatment of Catarrh, for which he haa quaMed hliaaelf in a number of the beat Medical In4luluw of ilIMii and Ke ,York.j Mtui g, "local mattIrsT () it (Um of d lemonade at 8. H. New Kali. CalicOm fur achool lU)ht.8. Lytle. y HtrKEKNTATIVC glil ct I T. I'.'Him, Ju, for 3r ' Carltale for Senator. . if Mexican rlmraTnIlet8oap;romethine llew,,atWJIIrllIeRIn. i'. j lliolirrr market prica anieBa. T. K. Walton. i - paid fur ' butler ,,., 1 lARTM) fieedlns bran and ehipatiifl can lie aupplicd by the Lincoln Milla at ' 1 I'EW remnant of calico at C cenla per yafdttbbfweelcand drwa Kotk at liecia price at J. W. HaydenV A negro named Mtt Ktubry while playing with powder, had hla face Tery badly burned by an etploaion.. 'little An excumloii train will run to the Juno lion City Circus again neat Hunday morn. Ing-- ', at - cent for the round trip from here. Corvand tea our. handaoqte, dl'!T. !of (2uccnware and Ulaaiware. Home Tery handanmo dinner, tea and chamber act. Bright A Curtao. SrrciAi. Nonce. wlabijll whojArtHiaj wlUpjit ed'up. TlIK HavInK tcj aold out, 1 iblar, i.'t, llreen. l,buf. i t(t ImuU be tloai al drouth i Ucomlnir aerloua. The grata, la ijjyjiiK )'t ") tock water la ting Tery acarcei Let the good eople unite their prayera for rain. tt; Miis. J, y. Wallace haa our lhanka lor a Laikel ol Tery line peacnea, grapca and applt of her own railing.. She ha aec one of the heat little orchard in thi tion, ' . Foil Sale. A aplendid family renldenca In Htanfonl, Ky.; well located and coiilf- nlent. Call on J. II. Owaley or W. W. Ow.ley, Jr., at Farmer National llahk; Exr. of ,A. Owaley, dod, Choleua Mouiiua, or aporadlo cholera, la prevailing In.thla county to a very con alderable extent, aggraTated by the Tery hot ajiell-o- f weather. A number of death haa occurred. People can not ho too par. ticular Bow'alout what they eat, Point Comfort and Washington, D. U, leaTlngCoTinatonaliaOBept. 4, Partlea from thla ectoa can take the aflemoon train from Stanford Junctlpn tlutt day ad. connect wllb the excuralon at Winchester, Kara Io OW Point and return $11; do. Waahlsgton $12.60. C--- The K. C. will run an excuralon Io Old rrwmiexaL BeHrbeR CettHfy An en(rtalnmenl complimentary to The Walniri Flat neetinf haa cloaed Elder Joa, BaUaa closed a nine day' ir ,- - 7i Ttthn'rhtHuH. i l,i,. lit. with no addllinna Io the church. meeting at the Glade Church ia Madiaofl, MIm Lo1ll Smith, of Fayette county, waa , We are Indebted to Judge J, M. Phlll I glrea by Mist MaitM Uenlry, on luesuay y. w. asowa um x. acaoarr. I for the following report of the Lincoln Tuesday, with .19 aihlillont. Oae of the id from 8 o'clock al hi me urar- patent cnurn, oui on a Cjunly Teachers' Imtllulf, which began biptired, Mr, Anthony Jlrunnell, said he ereainof her falhtr, P.T. until 12, Eiq.,Ihe Of BOHBBTT ft BHOWW, Gentry, h6me guarantee, For aale by llrlght A Corrart. Tlit 46th III annual eaajon int the IhMcoantr. Among those present were Africaners! Anonal Fair of ths DonltKin Ooanlr on wt 102 yean old. e x.a."w. Haeltly will b htj at Ptrlt, Ky,, MT. VERKOK, KT. Iter, II. C, Morrison report four ad Mhwee Aimie, Mattle aad Pallia McDow- twflnnlnt: BwUmbrr tin and coatfnulnf avtdtrt. For Sale, A handaowe reatdence ueaitar rnornlfif all!) o'clock! jlftrf be ell, of Mercer counlt; Misses Judith $7,OWI rrrmlsati. New Buna I N.wblrl Will aell ?ery cheap, iff. Craig, Stanford. Ing called to order Mr. Philip aang a dfllons Io the church at London aa the re tht'Sttts! In r. w. ra Guest, MaUie and Lutle Duke, Pinkie UnacMhsbMthsK-mllsTrsetilwiLtaca a. Tiaioa. ta lb lints for meeting there at week. A Metcalfe, Theresa Worthlnglon, S. B. Fi- t'ldlUontwo trtterrfular tltsa Location stock, I hart aong and the object of the meeting were mit of hi T. W. A W M. VAHNON, each dar. will b ol troarxts The painter, Mr. T.J, Doaley, I oiling briefly A.XXtHtNI2Y A.T X.A.W, explained by Ihe School Commit. movement lo butld.a house of worship for bre, Mis Robinson; Mr. and Mrs. C P. til that eon hi ha dnlrnl sccmltle Iromt.tll ami penciling Ihe Clirlatian churrh, which mlntt by rail. Floral 1111 moal attrsc KT. loner. Then Prnf, Geo A xalea, tt Cor- - Ihe Method!! congregation waa tlarled aBil Cecil, Mr. and Mr. W. 0. Price, Mesw. Horn. Tbs attnlneiT Crntril ulihlte and branch OSes In Owiley 8TANFORD, bulldlng-- up Railroad A Hon's new slain. hciM II look wonderfully. W. W. Wiseman, W. II. Itobinaon, Chaa. es will run perlslitralni.st istennlon rstes. I EnIngton, who conducted Ihe exercise, open $700 wit raised, and Joe trant l purse rlnss AujuH ib. Ftr parlleu. Worthlnglon, Basil Guest, Jas. .11 t, t, It... lail, addrris lbs Rrersltrr. titt... it., .. Mf lat year' IndlTldual buatrK mint ed'wlth n talk on "Heading" and gaTe the A.TTOUNIJV A'l! !TAW, , Ae, It r. 1fitllllll"-- , i'llie jrnjuwcii, aut J. W. 'BR(JU80N,rrealilnL DEATHS MTANFOIII), KY, Caldwell, Frank and Dare Isigan, 6f Dan-.W. A. l'AnKRH,Bcrettry, U cloaed iim, and thooe Indebted to me most iicrrWol and most approreil methISM Will firSJlIr In lbs IVm.la r I lnnln .n.l .1. n.,.u w.,i. .i u...,..!, ria -- Died on the 21st, Cornelia, daughter Joining eoualles anl ihs Hupsrlo; Iburt snd Court mutt come and aaltle I mean biialnea. od now in use for leaching It. This, to ui npisis. nKiai siirniiun glfen ioeuriioni. r. Will Slerenson, of Harrodaburg, K P. Owaley gether with auch ipiealions as were pro of A. II. and A. P. Utslln, aged 3 year SEVENTn ANNUAL Uraeaoii Lanesaisr ttrwl in W, T. Trkt. ami two month. far. by Ihe teachers, consumed about AI.EX, ANDERBON, ' OF THE VaiiItJonI T ' JraWtnc lo cloae'aVd ponnded Itesolhllont adopted by th Huilohvllle Of cholela morbus, after a ahort Ill After Ihit ATTOltNKV A.T XA.yV, aehcol day are nearly on ua again. The half the morning lowlon DANVILLH, KY., was taken up and ditciiraed In ness, at Hustonrllle, on the 22.1, Mr. Alexu Lodge 233, Knlghlsof Honor, on the death College will open on (he aecond "Orsimnti" lemale Will prsetlea In the Courts of Borl and adloinlnt tlieJ same manner. These two tubjecla oc Williams, aged about 05, He waa a broth of Iter. W.T.Tyree. eountlea and In tht Court or A Monday In next innnlh. AND- -Whehca,. It haa ideated the Allwise cupied the whole ol Ihe forenoon. On as- er of Eld. W. L. William and an honest, J. II THE iron fronting I helne nut in nla'ce sembling after dinner Mra. Philips gam u cltver and industrious cltlttn, who waa Hearenlr Father. In hia inscrutable Provi AJ,,or,","yPIBU, Circuit aCourt denes to remove from thla world, from hia In the Firtt National Dank liiiildlng uml Arxl Cornmlnlon.r llockrsill another aong. Then Prof, Yale took up much admired for hla many line trail of family and from the Unler or the Knight MT. VKRNON, KY. In 1'cnny A MrAlialer'a and Ihe improre. "Arithmetic" and "Geography" and ex character. Ilesldes a wife, he leave four of Honor, of which he waa a member, our Will rrietlee In Ih Jtockrsttla Courts. a specialty, uses In Th Hftilll Afinila.1 ? nf " men! will b Tery marked. children. Mr. Roo Owena, Mr. John T. belored brother, JCer. W, i. lyree, In Ihe ihM tTatnltlbtF. Itftloilllnral Mhlllin fMaaa urlul..a. plained how these) two branches could he . anJ tluh.olssl a aim ua and very use mlatlon ui b t a,iiiiiuiai .hi n. or Lralsftun, will held In ths Cltr J5,?,S nuypMAit' most satisfactorily tauthl and made Inter Goode, Mra. Mary F, Ilradley and E. F. midst of an acllre, earnest The little bor who romnared lint tn. ful life; and whereas, we recognize in IHHnnlnAnTITI.mi V AllittJ14S ,..v mw.A Iota of a kind IowaHTANFORII, "Hot.- - hotter, hntvrn l't KY. nnl U, eating to children. Thla concluded Ihe ex- Williams, who sorrow at the our departed brother, 6ne whose life waa ronilnulnc Ovedajrt. sppiirsllon. uaiaKijuetsenion ?i!!?tf0",lii,,?1 M,ln H,", tw d00 abate InOa Wednesday husband and father. Ilia remain were rrong If he wa ialkinc of Ihl weathVr. ercise for Tuesday. wbollr siren lo Ihe Lord and winning W. H.tlENTIlV, Prss'L rnrs Nitrous OHJs (Iss admlnlttsrsd whan The mercury rrpchtd ,f5 jealerda and morning Mis Celtle Thurmond and Prof, terred in the Hustonrllle Cemetery Wed- sou It to Jesut Christ, whose sudden and It. V. Kissain, Hoc'. unexpected death haa spread the dark rail N. W. Hughe took up "Geography'1 and nesday afternoon.' Ihe day before. of aorrow over the heart of hi loving, OH. W. II. l'ENNY, In a brief, entertaining manner gara their Blue-Gra- ss faithful wife and happy daughters, deAlXacmunla tif A. IaIW, STOCK AMU CROP. .IaaaaaJ i Xloutlsit, I i'i--methods and some of their exericnce in priving the- church of which he waa a uiniLLv STANFORD. KENTUCKY. and 'A. Owaley A Hon not' rcllled hy 8ept. A Owena are shipping hay from moil aucoceslul evangelist, of one of ita leaching It. After Ihi "School Goeern At PHbllc NhIc. Offlceorer Robt.a. Lylls's stors. OBe hour ir, will be put into the hand of an ofHcer, from S to II a. u. snd I to S p. McKInnsy at $1 1 per too, most UhrisMike ministers. Andwherta h. Anesthetics sd a he bmlnea mint be cImoI up. Waller mept" waa dlfcusted by Mia Cettie Thur (ISMyr.) -- S. H.ShankaaoldtoB, F. Ilobinson we recognize in our deceased brother, n ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1883, mlnliUrtdwhen neceaitry. mond and Mr, J, 0 Moore, MIm Mattle true and genuine lover of all good men, Mttiwaiey, Jr. Morgan, Mra. S. C. Trueheart and Prof. 7 head 835 11m, cattle at 31 and 1 bull. one whose christian sympathies1 were I will tell at public outcry the arm on which Kl.llEll JUl.U)U blllllixl a man In U.,1. tlluated alwul S'iinlln drawn oil towards righteousness and puri- coln eou nly, Immrdlaitlr ou from Hlanford. Lin Yale. Thit subject brought out a more 1,'iir. lb, at 2)c. lbs (on count lliii weak who claimed thathe general expression, of opinion and seemed r Lee II. Nunnclley told a of ty In the lire of men; one whose chris- iron, ouDioru ionooierssi,coauiiiiaf( turnplks road 17a Arrea, , larger than the It hti on II a couilortabla and ronranlent dwelling hog In Cincinnati Ihit week at tian heart was 102. It ftrike ua thai it would lake to drlre away the timidity of tho teachers Hating taken charge ol with all nsenarrow limits ol any denomination, one nuirj tlx rooms, a kitchen, roud barn and waiiwa- - plar for th coining season, this famoua waterlog I am now pretty atrong water Io waah away the tin moro than anything which preceded. $5.20; equal to about $1 70 at home. nuiuuuuiDgs. ii itaxcrpuonaJir whose hand and heart were ever open to mwi ti.vtv wiDg d nerrr laiiiur; tpriDgi. una Jamta A. Anderson, Lancaster, Ky., embrace erery one who, had embraced hundred acres ot Ihl land la ilHctfjr Ho. 1 mi tht accumulation of no many yeara. When Mlsa Morgan gare an account of her .. mlduo Is rooil ffrailnff altocpthnrlius r i. Prepared to Receive Guests. n lale experience in "disciplining" some of haa aereral head of fine graded cow and Jeaut, therefore cellrnl stock farui. Tbarals on the place an orchWM01I.bltiatn.inniM.ti. L.r, in the suddenueath or our ard olabout 100 young apple treat lo full bearing I bar A corpe of trained JUtohxJ, Hint heifers for sale. Very superior milk eerrantasnd will be able tlafirient of T. It. Walton. Ill new Mock her pupil and the trouble which resulted brother, Iter, W. T. Tyree, we recognize o(selrt fruit. At tha nuia llms snd on the pram- tofuralih stock, I beginning Io arrWe now and he will to her therefrom, the seemed to excite the the sovereign lordship of our Father in iwv win ii, aim ,o:u sit inj persons, prvperiT, Vtj 8ntlHfHC(Gry of 2 Oowi. i AccemtHednlleBH told 9 scrub cattle to J. Heaven lo do whatsoever seemeth good in c'oai and other young Caul, GO Milk bred Ewea, 1 Jno. G. Lynn veil oon Iq able Io accommodate all with sympathy of all Ihe teachers present, while Wagln ,.ur,u,t of M, Hail to be weighed in October at, 3 his own tight; (hat we bow down in humil- good work Hones, 10 head of Hon, I bt on, 1 Jersey Wsgon, a Mowing Msehtne snd Fsrm-In- tS.11 17!d! qualities ol theso waters plessur. eTery thing In hl line at the loweat fig- - at the same time alio amused them with arc, loo mules from ity before' his sovereign will, exclaiming Implements generally. AlaoZS Acres or Corn wfi. the narration. Prol. Yules then opened and bought a pair of urea, "i"" .U.!h of their Central Kentucky to "The Lord gare and the Lord hath taken In ths field and a lot of Uay to ttackt. Terms a description propcnl. him at $!G0. (lit discussion on "Spelling and Ihe made, known on day ol talc. The ratsa of board will be reasonable, lor furtoir away, blessed be Ihe name of the Lord." At a late hour laat eTenlng. 'Snuire J. methods of teaching it." The leachera !7Md Information, apply to ma , ,Tine, Ky., The Nelson County Fair commence . ti USA JV A . MEXKJFtZK. JUsotetd, That we do earnestly join In 8. Murphy, who haa been at Ihe mint of S. ft. VKACOCK. Sept. Hli, and continues expressions of profoundest aympathy for were Invited generally Io tell how they at Ilardslown, death with Ihe flur, n refor fri aareettng wife and family of our brother, taught it in their schools, but when the fourdaya. Becrctary A. K, Carothera haa the dear and share with them in bearing the weight comparatiTely eaay.Hlaee Medline1 he our lhanka for favors. pirltdid not more any of them to accept of Ibis great aorrow that hat fallen upon hu been once or twice reported dead, Mr, the Initiation, the Commissioner look up P. P. Nunnelley bought of rarioua Ihem, and do hereby assure them that In B. KauRioan, at JIu.lonIIIe. I Terr I. fanners 100 head of stock hogs, average the grief lhal haa made desolate' their dwn Ihe Hit containing the nams of those pre As Administrators with will low with the cholera morbui. - '' I recently bright and cheery, our own nitent, detested, wo will snnaiedorjscktoh on t'HMItAV. ent and called upon each one IndiTidually, about 130, at lo 5c. They are for Dr. K. hearts, claim 'IH the privilege to bear a pari. hearts HRI'T. Ky. 1HH3, al hit Isle residence In Lin' M, Nunnelley in Clark, coin Co., sell his entire utile, res! snd per Foun caadldatea for CongruM'aro already ao that none should feel slighted. Thla tfaolvttt. That in view of Ihe aillicllona consisting oftwo Iracla of land. Una of I), F. Itobinaon wa here yesterday re' of thla Lodge in the death of our brother. sonal, ixiken of: Judge M. J. Durham, (Iot. J,' brought out most of them and deTeloped ua adjoining the ceiring Ihe Jamba he engaged the early and our appreciation of the nrlura or the land of Albert Hmlth, the Logan brothers, Ueorga E. H. BURNSIDE, II. McCreary, Judge M. C. Haufley and the fact that some of (hem taught it orally Koeleman snd Wrn. McAIrr; aald lind Is rich, lies aignahi of mournthe accustomed well, Is well fenced, well wsiered and In a high Stiii M IIunletL with aoTtral of Ihe back only, but that a majority uted both oral part of tho season at 4J. He offered to deceased, he spread for thirty days. ing shall atatsofcultlratlon. This Old Woll and written methods. The "Query Ilor" take 4 cents for them, but got no buyer. conntlen Io hear from. Ther are Jlesoleed, That a copy of the above preThs other, tha home 310 Hotol Sirnras, Maltingly A Co., of Lebanon, amble and resolutions be famished the Ai.lll'.S, slluste on both tract, containingUncoln ita men, all, but for Ood'a tides of ihe ke don't let lit wt then opened and' It ton tents examln and lloyle T. I. Uoad. S miles from Danr'nle and High tart into a canraa IS moultui before the ed. It contained about auch question aa aoid to Lou Beauregard, of Louisiana, 7 family of our deceased brother. snd 2 miles from tjhelby snd Junction Cities, tass be published lUsolced, That dwelling AND election. are usually found in it, though not ao head of mule at $117 and to CapL Phar, in tho iNTEBlon thla paper Stanford, Ky. oaltagoodtslxtsnttalfrsiue carriage-nous-s ot seten rooms, good barn, granary, and JouitNAL, . ., .. Lebother necessary buildings aba a good orchard. large a number; conaequently it was dispos of the same Stale, 35 head at $215. ,. proprietor ia DptBrmln. The Flrtt National II mk of LMitabeth. M. Cook, tract I a II susceptible of eultlTSlioa and It J. Thit anon Standard. it Shall bo Second to no Country finely adapted to the raising of corn, wheal Ac, W. L. Williams, town, aaya Ihe 2fact, hu been organized ed of Terr aoon. Prof. Yates, by request, Ben Ilobinson, the Garrard trader, say t uu is sim, grazing larin, naa on is a neter-lslHotel in the State in its Fare, "Percentage Committee. Ing springs, Is well fenced and will makes desirawith J. V. Hara, preaident and Joe S. gare a short explanation of Appointment!, or Attenthat the K. C. R: P.. ia a gentleman. They ble home for persons seeking one. tirimet, caahier. Mr. Qrimea wa alao and Ihe analytical method of leaching It." paid him cott and a premium for the 21 strengthening properThe tion to Comfort of The question of rltal importance to PERSONALTY. tbeir Gneiti. elected on of Ihe director, a wai alao Dr. cattle that were injured in a wreck without ties of Iron, combined with other tonics J. II, Owaley, ofthia place. The hank will teachers was next disenssed, "What shall' a, word and with no trouble to him whatever. and n moat perfect ncrtine, are found in The personalty conslstsvf Scowt, 1 yoke oxen, 1 he d6he 10' !n:rease leathers' lalartetf s bull, 2 yearling nclfcra, 1 buggy bone, 2 brood will ke eoareysd hare a capital of $75,000, a call lor CO depot Iron Pills, wliidli strengthen the -J- udge W. E. Walker bought of G. T. Carter' msrrs, 33 bead otyrsrllng mules, 4 large work- "wrliiV'V .5P"'V aec.Bn.odst";.b to cent, of which haa already been mad. Prof. N. W. Hughe thought that their Higginbothara one pair of nertea and body, and improte the blood Trsrelcrs. The Bar will mules, 41 besd of hogs and about 90 aboats; alao 1 salaries could he Increased by cooperation always tspplled with th eholcett buggy, sererst tbsres lo tbs P. and complexion. Burn-sido II. T. P. hraadtofLlqaortaBd Cigars. The IIkihek Coukth. The appealed amongst the member of the profession by brown mulea for $300. Maj. A. O. Boa 1 . farming utensils, 1 wigon, J ox. A Co., of thit place, bought of Andy caee from the Eighth District to Ihe Court forming teachers' associations and by ceascrl, 1 whest drill, 1 Osborne reaper, 2 harrows NEW ADTKBTISKXEKT8. Ac. 40 seres of corn ln shock. of Appeal are aet forthelClh day of Ihe ing to underbid eich other, Mr. II. L. Thompson, of Mercer county, 43 head of cattle, weighing 1,320 pounds, at $80 per Terms liberal and will be lnado known ou Jay ol sale tall term (Oct. 9,) and are aa followt: Cof- DWkeman thought leachera could obtain , Lancaater Newa. a icon an HON. A. G. fey Ta Itamaey, Wayne; Chamberlain, Ac., higher salaries by qualifying themselrea Io hundred. In New York yesterday common to J.H. aiVKSH, Moere leach higher branches. Is a candidate for Speaker ol tbs next 'Jrfl. Ot Boyle, t McKlnney, IluMell; Lincoln County .. d Amlnlstrston, i ,. ..i..-- . ua Court t Hanaford, Lincoln; Grigxhy Ta IllllUglll. IfKIBlAUUll ,i.. fnvis. .m:Mvm o4 goou native sieers aoia ai 1.0 jy)o.ii" c House oi iieprscuiai:res. 'twt. lire weight; prime to extra do. $0 CO Hart, Lincoln; Itohertaon Ta OUena, Jonea in order to secure Ihit the"1 matter honfd Texaa aleera $4,20G; mainly at of A Co., Ilayle; Uirlow, Ac, Ta Hudaon, !e agitated and discussed in erery school 00.72; Mr. S. F. 11". Tar- - $ I G7 J; exporters used CO car loada and Oarrard; Iwoii, Ac,TaHaai, Ac," ; district in the Slate. I will rent st public auction before the Court- paid $C.44C72 V cwt. for good and Ulcklnaon, Ad., Ta Iieahr, Ac., Oar tant aentenllously expressed herself that Crab Orchard Educational So House doir U) atanioiu, on prime lota; shipments CSS head of lire cat-liteacher should make thcmsclre worth , rard, Fiih ra Hunt, Itockcaalle. ciety. ISS.1,, MoiuIbj-- Soptciubcr FORMERLY ST. ASAPH, IhlheSiiierlor Court the following cak more and then they'd be belter paid, Her The steamer Holland, which haa arriv- (Cbunlr Court dsr) 43 Arrets of Land, ltlnz on 1. Notice Is hereby glrcn thst the undersigned. remarks on the subject were most appro-at- e will rereire attention on theCthday, 11. II. II. Ilronsugh, grain. The place Hush llrsDCb, to ed at New York from Havre, brought ISO known as the Jot.go In emailfirm. Itonds with ap-Is 8.A. JllJJIeton, W. T. White,R. Dllllon.J. W. - J. D.rettus, Wm.Stewsrt, W, Jackson $ept. lliih: Cook Ta'Conn, Wayne; Rou a nil eloquent, and eceiTcd, aa I hey de Alcorn, W. E. Anderson and James illce, hat. Percheroa stallions. Thla ft Ihe largest proreu securny requireu ei renter. acau Ta Flower' adm'r., Uuxell; SeiTer served, the applause ot alt present and the this day, under Chapter Si of the Ueneral btatutea I.. F. llVMlt.E, Hating had this Hotel shipment of grown Btalllona over Imported of Kentucky, associated themselrea together and T IlaTen, Ac, Pulaaki; llarker T llruwn, unanimous Ihanaa of the Institute, become I ncorparatrd Under the corporals name of from Euroiw. Not a ainglo animal waa "Crab Orchard Caaey; Polly "a adm'r. Ta Itigney, Caaey; Prof. Yates after thla gare abort taUa School principal plant otKducstlonsl Society," with their business at Crab Orchard, on the All shipped to From basement to garret, county, Ky. Joni' adm'r. t Same, Ouey; I. A N. H on History Composition, Penmanship and lost farm of royage.owner, were Durham, at their W. 1. Th. general ntture of the business to be trans. concluded the Instruc the It. va Murphy, Lincoln, the Infinitive. This lalciul (e Keep It Ih h Strictly acted Is ihaestabllthmcut and maintenance of Wayne, Illinois. school for the education of children of sexes FlrHMJlHtei Manner, Georgetown Coort, About ICO catJessie I!ucKNr:ii Auain. Itacem that tion and after Prof. Yatei and the ComCrab 3d Monday In Ncpf., 188.1, at 3. Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. both 1 1. And lest nothing undone that will add to th. missioner had expressed their thanks to the tle on gale and prices ranging from $125 M0, Tha amount pf capital stock shall be Ihi beautiful woman can rot keep out ol to be terms and ln la present for their atten to $190, Good loppy sugar mare mulea iu Hoard In prltste lamillca yery chesp. Applica mentspaid the upon suchTrustees msy such Install- COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. na Hoard of prescribe afcand.il, and If the Harrodaburg rorreapon. leachera and other tion! for a male Principal will be recelted. ter SO days' nolle and after f 1,500 shall hat. been tion anil Interif t( the uiiolfni adjournal' demand at $200; cotton mulea a "little olT Sec-d dent of the LoulaTille iWia Io Im credit. JAHRS KICK, subscribed. "ns it i too early in the season for thla clasa 4. The corporation shall commenc. this date, of stock. Horsea in good requeit, and sellel, aho h in again deeper than em. Ho tine uic. th. articles of Incorporation hstloc been filed In The following teacher were present : ing at from $35 to $110 per head, accord . Are offered tbe ofltct of the Counlt Court Clerk of Lincoln tay that a nephew nf Col. Phil Thompaon county and shall terminate 23 years from Kllie Warren, ing to quality, !.. SFECIAL INDUCEMENTS haa been liiiiiK with him for aometime and Minces I. V. Pennington, S, Tho Sllsirs of ths corporation are to ba conThe Georgetown Timet say Carter Dare Itwit, Sallie Har, I wilt teach a day school fur girls In the Springs ducted by a Hoard of nine Trusters, elected by th. To patroulx. me, as I hare Ac', rontcnlence.such !nce tho Datia miid(f MIm Jewie Cctlie Thurmond, tha for their uw. Moore sold to Kratx. tnarenomers, one or said Trustees, selected by per, Kitlie, Wray, Alice Stuart,. Susie L. head of cattle 30 head ol Baltimore. 31 building in uriu urcnarn, hta alao realdod under hia hoapluble roof. tbcuiselrct to le President thereol. Th. Trustees at 6 cents, and 4 Iluchatt'an, Lillian llastin, Kddiei Athertob, head at o cents, to he taken tbo last hall ol lIcKaiiHiiiKMomlay, Oct. 1,1883, shall bo elected annually on tho first Uaturday In Baggage Tramferred to and from The two had got to be pretty thick, ao month of June, and the first election shall be be assisted by tb. continuing 8 months. I th. first Saturday tn June. 1881, the Depot free of charge. uiuch to that tip!cioiia were arouaed and Sadie Kirkpatrlck, Nattio Collier, Kate September. They will average over 1.500 Ad coinratert teachers, one will Instructor ln held onlime the Incorporators shall shall aet until sn two which aaa telle llaatju., ,ag. pounds. At the aale of Carrick'a effecta niaslc. For lurtber particulars, terms, Ac., apply Uoard of f)lt.m.call. W.N. FHANVIH. Trustees, with auttrorlty to .xcerclia ths rumor Mid that Mr. Phil Thoiupaon, fir., illaln, Mattir Morgan,, old corn bought $2.45 lo $2 50 per barrel, to JHIHS j'.l V1.1KK llllKCli, powers conferred by the articles of th. corporahad good reason to helii'Te that aomelhlng gte 'Newlaml, Laura Adams, Mary miter Creek, Ky, tion. h and new corn about $12 per acre. "V1I; Mm. M.'JYllendriclV, a. Th. highest amount of Indebtedness or liabilThe Cincinnati cattle market ia quiet, wa going on of not a Tery pleatant na ity to which said corporation 'shall at any time Mr. C. Mclnemen Mrt. Kate Chadwlck) though beat shipping cattle find ready aale. JDIC. subject itsellshsll not exceed 11,000. (ure, and on inTratigatiou dlacoTeretl the L R. B. Common ia quoted at 2 to 3; fair to medi7. The nrltsto itrorwrtrof tb. members of said foreld Mia Jeanlo and hi nephew In Mra. Sue Holme and Mra. Kitlie corporation shall be exempt from Ita corporate 1. ii.t. ,ii...tf... aYoung, T'. um 3) to 4; good lo extra butcher 41 to 6; ar iraH. L. Illakeman, Cyrua nuHiisopaiiiic ".ujaicmii) , iieois. juir he isi. he with hit arm around her to G; Blockers common to choice ahlppera -- THK MOST DESIEABLE ROUTK T-On,iinuuitAuun, ci. a. asiniJi.L,iun, - - KENTUCKY. J. I. I'lrrTUS. Good light shipping 1ANVII.L WId. BTUAKT, Toluptuoua furm, aa one Informant aald. K lturr, Itoy 8. Ilettley, W. It. Darlson, and .feeder 3 to W. KV PILLION, W. T. 11. WHITE, N. WJIughes, J. A. Chappell, J.G.Moore, hogs are In demand at 5.40 to 6 05; best and a klming her." He d W. K.ANUKIWON, JAWiaMICK. KetliWce, Clemens House; office opp. Central Tlio. Kenton, W. It. Cook, L. A. Pel til) butchers and heavy shipper 5 to 5; com J. W. ALCORN. pretty aeTerely with Ihe icy beauty, uion 4 to 4; tock hog 4 to 5.15. Sheep NsL lUokj. gpeclsl sttentlon to diseases of women And decidedly th. ropular Koute, aflorJIng. as It and he, il ia aald,drew a knife on him and Marlon Thompson, W, 0. Perkins, Jas. II are dull at 2J to 4; stock wethers, SJ to 4; and children lor the past eighteen yean. does, less chsngea and superior arcoinruodstlons ta amiVi. Mcluenery. 41 l Good lainbe are In do, ewea 2 and threatened to "cut hlajiveraod lighta out." 'Eaton The assessment for exiensea of Ihe In- steady demand at 5 to C; common 4 to 4 Jo. Missouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Tezai, Ilia nephew, ao the learn DANVILLE stitute waa $1 on each teacher present holdTb. North, Northwest aad West. In fact, tr yon ed,'waN quite iiu'cr klao, and Mr. Thomp Lata of Chensull, Betrranc. A, Co., fitantord, Ky BOTLE COUNTT. cont. niplat. a trip ln auy direction, your Interest ing a certlGcale from thla county, Only with aon thereupon rcquenled Ihem both to lear will be best sr red by purtbulug your tickets tla Pan rill f, 27 paid. K. C. and Cincinnati, 1'ulliuan f'alacn Cars; Liti& CO.. Iff. nt once. Mist Jeaaie did leare on Monday, gant Maw Day Ooaches, and handsomely furnishMrs, Katherlne Markwell, wife of Mr. Mra. 8. F. IL Tarrant, Mr. 8. O. True- ed Uecllnlng Chair Cars lorm th. uueuualed Importers sud Jobbers ol Dry floods. Notions, Ac., and iultn a crowd went to the depot to reo g tiulpmeuta of thla Old lUUable, thereby making 037, Mis, 611 Main Mrcet, Cor. blub, heart and Mha Gua V. Wilson, though not Win. A. Markwell, diet! Wednesday her oil' and wilneta Ihe parting. trip oter this tin. on. ol luxurious comfort snd of aiioplexj. directly Interested in the public schools, pleasure. Try It. ICY, A lelephone wire connecting Stanford, L.O TJlHVirslls 13. SyiuiKN Death, Two weeka ago Wel took much were present and Lancaster, Hickman, anil Panville will T1MK TAHLK. IN KFFtW JULV M. 18tJ. neaday a young printer, who gaTe Ida name the proceeding. HtJ reath here.Saturday. . . The marriage of Ml, Mattle I)., aa Kd.Ctf pelt, applied or,a,itiwltoi) of all thoto, ttaflp UOUTU. Mo. 2. No. a. No. 10. ilauehtvr oi Col. D. Wi Jones, of this place, In thij olBcf, tod blie. ,of oiif!coaiMielt6ra whoiteJUvwreUired lo attaud. but o iManufatcturen of Lts. Colngtou 00 am 1 00 p ra Meal, of Chca-o- , It lo Mr. ltobt. Winlock I will dell ter Ira story morning FsluouthMM KSJa m behigVIcR, he waa glren a rate. He worked um bol tare or law lurieueu. un amiounws) for Hept. 1th prox. " Cynlhlan.. 10 4u a m 6 10 p ui caii'nalfafy the CommlssLoncr thatj well till 0 A. M. Monday laa, when he Maybe we'll convert Jarnea Hall Into II 15 a m C 15 p m AT ONK CENT PKIt l'OBlVI, lloet-M- , NhhIi, IIHhiIh. WIhiIow Arr. Fsrls 1 an or town hall; and watte to complaldu'rapaln In hla atAmacli, legal excuses Tor llieir Lts. 1'srls. ..... 11 15 a m C IS p in Arr. Lexington., Ii (is p ui T 10 P u we won'l we're iiiinxiug about it some, to At long u tut pretext stock lasts. After tbst, Lake and weut to hla hotel. He grew rapidly we, a re. a 13 p io .. leas low sal can afford. Accounts du. at th. Lts. 1'srls hihI Doer FrHiiieti, JKeltl-Ihr- h, fc.- -l close of each immlli. thq iioiumi he waa worte (rout 6 to p in Mlllertburg. and Frank Harrla ahlppeJ to New York, 7 0O Dl Csrllsl. ... (Stanford. ! 7. H. K, llAKMiOlV. of Thursday, 10 extra wew lork cattle, aaaoon aa hit condition waa aacertaloed Mlsa LiaaleJ.'MuaeCiUuaJjter 80 p m Arr. Msystlll.. Mcroll Nmw 1.585 lb, each. Thet were purJ)r. Peyton and Frar.cia were called. They Siiuire Jotu7l. fiugheswaii married ye Lie. l'srla. . . II 15 a iu 0 IS pm chased of Henrf llruce, ol Oarrard, at 5 11 11 p ui 7 IS p m Winchester pronounce the atack cholera morbus and, ,trday to Mr. John M, Jone. 1 40 p m a so pm Klchmoud... 30 piu cents. Work.THrH- 'used the uaual remrdle, but nothing' would 10 oa pm 12 01 pm " laocutsr u Yesterday at Ihe home of the bride 'a A gentleman from Datistown, In Oaror 10 93 pm Arr. tjlantord Juuc 60piu tar on.hit atomach, and after about 30 mother, Mr. fcUrah A. liattin, Mr. George rard counts', Thursday morn Inn, reports No, IS. No. 1. Noatu. No. 8. Ihk I'Btke Werk, hoiraofaufferlng, heiMcdat-8u'- . Ilaalin that (Ireen Haughman, Win. Dunn and btasan-.on the T. WilltauHMdfi Jim Klncald, the three negroe so badly Lts. Htsn ford June 150pm 'J'JJ. From aouie letter found on hi per-o- n wcr e made ojte'iesh. A & Lsncatter Oliliu I OO pm a uspu wountled at Uryanlatille on election day, FIoeriHg, CelllH(c,Wcatk- a 30 a in lttcbmood,.. S 65pm It waa aicerland that, he, wa a son pf are now in a fair way to recoter. 7 Mam t JO pm Winchester RELieiWs. Mrs. S.J. LoTetl, of Spartaaiburg, S. 0. a 30 a ui J IS p ui Dr. I. S. Warren I home again from Arr. New York, where lie haa been nttendlng WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5, 1883, crbaHnllHk;,' lardtwed IsHmber, Lts. Mtrttllle Due hearing date of the l&th intt. waa 1 new Epiacopaleau churchSatenlf-al- z tluiai 1 00 pm 7 S3 am CarllIsle M pm medical lecture. Mr. E, L. Etumett, of I will oner at public sals all my Stock, Crop, by hjui, laat Hlurda,y, and Judging es, it ia aald, are bejng built in Florida, Mlllersburg Jarar-- s WatsOH, Farming Implement, Household ti pm Hagerstown, Md., md Mr. and Kitchen Air. rtrls....,. from ita compoaltlon and writing, hia ISOiu i IS pm. i Aud ctlisr teT.ATCTajkrcloraJl at of New Brunswick, were here Wednea'lay. Furniture,1 Ac. -I60 good Th. Ls. Islington .. 7 o a m a x3 p ml mother la an educated lady of Ihe trueet Union TuaVlM wH,V rSterCPomer-ae- t Mr. and Mra. Phil K. B. Millet, of Katteae arada stock cousltti of 30 yearling Mulea, a 30a in a ia p w Ewes, a Houthdown liuckt. 4 welldiroke I'.ils. " t CrnlhUua.- -. "' 9 03 s ui IDI p Ul.... City, and Mr. Ed Worlhlnr,toti, of Clnclp-naiMules a years old, IU CaltU I and rears old, and fiueiteellngt, who louged for Ihe reJUK)rte?: ' Falwoulh.... 10 Ola ui 4&J p ml... tiiitlog tbe family of Mra. Ther Itxtraguod atllk Cows and Caltea. I nice Slid Is aie turn Of her way ward child Io her bo'aoui. , by Dais Arr. Ooelugton.. - II 41am e so p ui.. and Harness Mare, I t'ltlt Iter. 1. T. Hail, of Dsntllle, will Worih!n)t,tonl,of tbl county, Mr, and Aiken, I . ,b, ... TArr. Msystlll. a 00 au M.. UK I . The tad Intelligence that ha la no (iiore preach at Willow Qrote Bunday afternoon esa Hugh, Mason, of Chicago, were In and S tigs.extra good family combined llorat, I Uow Mra. NO.VC Lt. MsysillUDlOau. Arr, Lsx.ti Also Dealers Iu will cauao her the deepeat anguish, but it at 3 o'clock. Also, st th. stu. time snd plus. If aot solJ pit No. 17 Lt. Ltx. t zs p in, Arr. Msysillls JO p m Wednesday. town talelr betore. I wlU otter th. FAItM where I now iits, o s.T. ssaysf in. i uu p in, Arr. L4X. iwnui may console her, Io eouie extent, to know bidder, II tt situs The annual jtitate CeaijentLan of Ihe Scolt Fiaher,uppotlng that an ancient retld for sals lo lbs highest near No. Lt, Cor, s 20 p ui. An. Fslmoutb 7 20 p m lamp uick No. 6 Lt. Fsluisulu ti 13 a m, Arr. Cor. ( 10 a u that the llowera which the could not place Christian Ufewclwtjs l Itjd J!jnthl-ana- , and tery' wholesome law 'which permitted lea in usrraia rounit, a,y., and consists tt ! Hue. a aud (dally btlwcsn Klcbmond, Laxlsgloa Ukjii hla co n were (aid thereon by the a husband to administer corporeal pualah begluBrej'iiext 1tieSdy, AHgTiS. and Cotlugtoii; all olhtrt dally sicept Bundsy. moat to a wife whe ahe needed it. wa kind hand of Mr. Klrlley, Mr. McKIn-naThe flouth District Association which till In existence, mauled hia better half to larg. Call on ut or writ, tor priest. We ke Mra. lluffmau and Mr. Holme, who held Ita session at NU. ham fertile Txu, la Washington nr Laura raxion, on rueattay ntgtit. Al- Well wtterul.well fucl, stable land. alt ueteeia slot k sad will do our best topless you laipries bout, offish! rooms, good and droppeil a tear lo nt Ihe death of Ihe county, this year, will bold Ua Best at, Ihe ter thorough inteatlgatloa the Court fottsd ry oatbulldtuga. For tickets, rates and Information pertalolog ta and qusllly ol material. lluis, toooectluns, Ac, csllou or sJdn casbj TxuMiorttaLK or Laho.- thai the law referred to bad been rnealed, iioor boy ao far from home, .and lorlng lliutontllle church, and Ihe Houlh W. II. McltOBtUTd, Ausst, In (tymtuts suit purchasers. For further and in view of the fact that Mra. FMier particulars, rail outoor address rllauawd, Ky, friend. Hit remain weie lulrrred ttAXriLLK J..t.V.V MILL Association will be held next year at actuallr Jul need what the recelted and a O U BROWN, CHAN. M. JiHVMEN, U, W.BeNDEU, tflarnoou In HuUtlo Cewalefy. Uryentttlllt, Usriard Co., Ky Concord a few mite from tbcia. and coU. Ptntlllt, Ky. little more, Scott got off with liupulii Undent, Uta'l faw. A 111. As. Ti -- a Agricultural Society a Conrl-Uoaa- xa-roiiivjav-H Ms-I- jrc 3 ao. r.. tr-ti- u. -- FAIR Kentucky Agricultural Association aa rrl. Mechanical Atjjiiw, Court-nou- Collee-tlo(l-l- ni HUKOEON DJaNTIHT. 171-- tl - r)li ""ii,",'n A Fine - Farm Irs-tld- e. car-loa- d ESTILLPRINGS! world-whir- d .,!.. ln, g lPlof h"n Ix-- '"" Sale of Fine Lands MYERS HOTEL STANFORD. KY. Fropr and Known Still Maintains Hoputation, in l- n Bag-rag- t TAI-ROTT- Jr. '.j.i'.r . airjixs, 171-t- FRANCIS HOTEL. Land For Rent! '. Notice Incorporation! Qar-rarJ- e. STANFORD, - - KY. 171-- " 1w Crab Orchard High win-Ope- XJu-co- in JicluriiisJicd and ltcilttcd I . 173-t- School for Girls! Commercial Traveler aaNICEUAMl-LBKOOMd- Kirk-patric- k; T. E. SMITH, bath-room- 1 4, temon-(trate- 108-- It CI1VCI1V1VATI! ii (ICV-S- 3. JOS. NKVKAHrCJB, ROBINSON J. ete-njn- PLANING MILL COMPANY, i (4'li Ice! Ice! Ice! PUBLIC SALE ff M llia npn-atle- opera-lioun- tkn 11 0, Jr5 land, Stock and Crop iMin l'lrls.... anilng litis T ' l, Building Material iVraiiiiiiK Xaiiiulter n.l,l.M.lu,ial 111 GLO Aoros! Ona-tbl- Special Ratea migraHtat UI-au- c. Ken-.luc- Wed-uetJ- ty 179-2- 1 tU-Ju- V 9 WM !'g.LL' 8!L At .(nil s nnarktf 'nppeAAnCd IBO Creature boituitod awl leaped franUcaHy to freo hlm'slf Yint tib aktVo watt a alrbftdj one Ador rutting Kstout green club Uiren Awgwt 24, 1883 or four feet In length, Jnd stuck tho hntehct lwncntli tho strap which ho woro XHK MMX, UtiW tO MAKK JTKA. Not long ulnco wo had a vW of the Hard water mokes tho Most ileitetow 6on through a fine Icloscopa, Hlio w tea, m H diftrfolrm 1cm of tho tannin iwd gives tho cup a moro iklicnlo flavor. tn what la called her gibbons' phiso ; And ovon with hard water thero U a tlint is, more than half enlightened, tho flrt qnnttcr nnd tho fall. wido tWffcrcnofyliotwoen wells located Tho lelescoiw hml a ixiwcr of COO or near together. Bnt glnm tho iwnio is Riven hy ttsing Dhown's qnallty of water, nnd a dlQercneo in tho magnified fiOO limes which so Increased In the Iron Hitters. mnnipnlntion will nrnko to a sensitivo tho sizo of our littlo satellite that only n Winter it strengthen1! and (otal chaiign in thd character of small n.rlion could bo Keen nt once. 8ho fasto a warms the system; in the vns brought bo near that it seemed ai if tlio Iwverago. Spring it enriched the blood There is not oso city oni of Wo could almost touch her. aiulconqticrsdiscasc; in the Her surface looks moro like chalk than 100 that in iU present condition is fit to Summer it ives tone lo the lioil water for a cup of ton. Lot our liko anything else. Tho nccno was ono nerves and tligcstivcorfjans; of utter desolation. Deep indentations reader go homo nnd innpoct his in the Fall it enables the with immense cones rising in thu center ; own outfit, and ho will verify our statesystem to stand the shock ment. Ho will find tho interior ot Ilk huge fissures and crevices black as night ; of sudden changes. kettle incnuted with tho mineral de- stupendous cavities, nnd every conoeiv-nbl- o form of shapeless oxcresceneo, arc posits extracted from tho water tailed In no way can disease be in it from morning until night of each all Hint now remain to show whoro so surely prevented as by e-covered vnlloys onco relgneil, succeeding day. As tko water Is keeping the system in per"clean," tlio cook but empties and fills mountaiu tops lifted tholr hoals covereil fect condition.' Dhown's with ulernal Miow, volcanio crnlers scut tlio kcttlo, never thinking of tho growct Iron Ditteks ensures' ing crust that must now lo Bcrnped off foith hidden flames, nnd basins and river health through the if tho kolllo is to lo cloanod. Water liotls wero covenxl with surging seas and changingscasons.it disarms that has stood after boiling will not running st renins, the danger from impure Tho moon's ntmiisphero has long since mnko a good cup of tea, and yet how water and miasmatic air, oilen tlio tired Inliorcr, mechanic, mer- been nbnorlted, nnd therefore no clouds and it prevents Consumpdoctor or lawyer has tried to so- tlivemify her sky, no sound brenkn the chant, tion, Kidney and Liver Dislace himself with n bovorago mado from eternal silence, no twilight prolongs the ease, &c. watvr conjoining tlio debria of that day, nnd no sign of lifo can bo traced iu which has Btood all day on tlio range, the chaos that reigns on tlio dead planet. . S. litrlin, llsq., of the lining only filled as often as any addition Doubtless, before her Internal hent was n firm of II. S. was needed. Tnko a clean kettle never oxhaUsted, sho was tho abodo of habitaIlcrlin & Co., Attorneys, Lc ol used for anything else, fill it with' fresh ble lifo, but, Wing only Droit Diiilding, Washingtho aizo of tho earth, alio must cool much wAlor, tlio hnrdor tho bolter, boil quickton, D.C., Writes, Dec. Sh, ly over a vcryihot fire, nnd ponr ai soon fiudcri and her mission lid moro quickly l88t: os it boils upon tho tea leaves fresh fulfilled. Gtntltmn; I take pleas There is, however, somo variety in the from tho cnnislcr. Let it stand four or lire tn Mating ttiat I liai c ucl llrown't Iron liillctt for five minutes, nnd then drink. view of tho moon as different portions ol and nervous troubles, tho disk coma into the Held. Now we How to spoil tea : If tlio first expericaused by ovcrwoik, uitli ment does not mnko nn infusion strong have n comparatively placid scene, excellent inula enough, or if tho pot is portly empty kiiown ns Uio Hen of Tranquillity, for in Dcwarc of imitations. nud moro is needed, do not put nny old times atcr was supposed tn exut there. Now comes tho famous crater Ask for Dhown's Ikon Dit-ttrfresh tea into tho tenpVit, for it will sureLiunieiis, which, a fow years since, was and instil on having ly bo wasted. Tea water will not it. Don't be imposed on tho theino from tlio dry leaves of thought to givo signs of volcauio action. localities are with something recomfresh tea; onlypnre, fresh wntor will do Then other 'that, Tlio addition of tea to tho nearly glanced at, for ustronomcrs know the mended as "just at giti." The genuine is made only empty teapot will increase tho color, prominent features of tho moon as well by the Drown Chemical Co. but it will not mako tea perceptibly ai thosu of our own globe, Tho niofct interesting viow was that of Baltimore, Mil stronger in its oxhilanrting quality. Any ono may try tho experiment. Put tho terminator or Ixnindnry hue between pf tea into a quart of Iho bright and shaded portions of Unn water and let it stand flvo minutcx, or moral. Iuntcad of Uio hue of light thai boil it if desired. Then odd two moro marks its appearance to tho naked eye, the rough edge was formed of golden sj)oon fills of tea leaves to tho same debranches liko huge formations of corn). coction. Tlio color will bo increased, These were tho summits of tho mountbut tho tea will bo littlo stronger in tho activo principle bo much desired. When ains in tho lnoou, just rising on this porWe will bow iwlJ itUnlloo t tion of tho satellite, moro liquid or n stronger infusion is rccaTOM aiiiNiJirva.-w- a Tho bright mountain tops were grandput tho additional tea in n cup We nromlwi to rite Mtlihrtlon. toil whrn dMlrftl and pour fresh water on it ; after it has ly beautiful as thoy woro touched by thu will jclfi IslBt Flour tur Wbnt. Cia mike scene was still more eiuer inuru or uainiieu mei. stood a fow minutes, it may thou bo put biinbenms. Tho 110MrALIHTEKANAI.I.F.R. in tho pot to good advantage. C7irf-tla- n bublimo nnd awo inspiring when it was rcniemlicred that tho eyes that looked at Work. taaw if n . i OMtlTtf Vertices ererr Bundsy morning sni the third, rrafer Meeting erery s, inunhtay nisni. ourwiaf ncnooi Mar. H. C. Morrison, ttuperlntendent. sr. Her rices J. M. llscre, BArriHT.-ltand r'ourth Munis; s, morning and arighl, prarrr Meeting erery Wednesday after- noon, nan.nr ncnooi as r.39 . m. h. k. narrow SkmMttWi Jtcmr$wiral ao?A.3ri,oT3. jcsr. Friday Moralug, ! . rprunMn I'astor. latHrrpt eRtTRCR MRItCTHRT. New Life hih rletiiine.ilsM lirtiHlrtf. steal. AerlCHllitfsl N'irmst lhnl stnl ti,itetclsl Cciineanl Mlr TsllHAl and M.ltlml.llmt lrr. tn annnm IVmtil lit ilnrmlhuy. IJ.W per wr.k hi ssn.lln-irtK-1 STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. IINSUK'TtNltN. Fall r..mnl . gins fVpl.ll.lsW . nn .Imlenis. lKnir.nl stn.tr wider an-- l eti.en.es less Ihsn siitrollerv InKenluck. tnrr.ilHmf ti Ism riar. Iinll.l. Itm.l.mlllr. tl mi t!spsrllf n,spetMm.nirlileerei.iirlTew., srHr iJOftW llAVKII'OOUH nor. u Jad tnw cloven jrcur old nnd littld Clilo, liU ptotcr, was two yearn Hut this wiui a groat mniiyjonrs ago when mow fattier, Mr. Demirep, lind jiut moved Into n tnwnsli'tt in the vrMtorn part of Maine, which vm lmn n wild, tininlialiitcd rrfricyi, wito whrro horn nnd there fin adventurous dottier hud planted lii.i littlo log lint in tho heart nf tho wildeniaa, nnd laid )aro ft fow acres of the forest as n nnelctw of the future, homo of himself and thriving family nlmoflt always n small colony in itself. Ah, wlrtS can tell wlmt homesick moments and longings for tho old ruwooin- tions our pioneer fathers nnd motlior endured, coming, as did many of them, from wealthy Blntos nnd pleasant surroundings. Tlierp must havo been it mighty attraction in tho wild, freerTfo of tho barkwoodma rvnd a gcnniho lovo of tho simple nnd homely joys of tho rough hcartlistono, to Ihivo hold them ill theno rudo homos, airaoat isolate!, as tlioyrwcro, from tho world.But lliby lived m'anUcfpatiou, look'iug eagerly forward to a future of plenty, whon tho wilderness should hoonmo cultivated nnd fruitful through tliiiir first persistent nnd hardy oMirU, With an energy oharacteristia of tlio first settlers, Mr. lJanlnp pushed his way on thronfelr toil, liardaliipa nud many privations, at first foiling nnd clearing a patch largo enough to put up n log cabin for his family, then by degrees cutting farther nnd farther into tho primitive forest, till now quito a largo tract lay open to tho sun, a part of which was under tolorablo cultivation,, tho rest JftjiiigUaek, nnd still smoking from recent burnings. As beforq stated, Jnd "was how cloven, sinewy lad, tough llo was a on a thong, inheriting much of his father's pluck nud endurance. Whatever ho undertook to do ho" was pretty surd to carry through. In theso unscltlod regions wild nnL mala were numerous, especirlly tho wildcat, lynx and glutton, or wolverine Theso creatures often coma into tho clearings, nnd their frequent depredations beenmb n great pest to 'tho Bodark-face- for n belt, nnd going ns noarna ho ilnred struck atthaeronliiro with nil his might. Ho missed, however, and tho cat darted round to tho other side of tho stake, bringing up with a sudden jork, where it orouched, growling low nnd watching tho, ipv with, fiery oyes and vara laid back. "Oh, don't go so nenr him, .Tad I" rmilioued littlo Chlo, retreating across tho brook. ' "He'll fly nt yo 'fore yo know it I" "IiOt 'im fly " crieil tho Uiy. "He's going to get his head' cracked 'fore I'm done with 'im I Tnko Hint, yo snenkin' thief I" ho added, venturing up nnd bringing down tho rlii 1, with n quick blow, Just grazing thh animal ns ho again jumped to tho Mlior sMo. Then round and round tho stnko they How, Jad thumping 'tho ground, trap, which adroitly rnyt)iing but Hid cnt, of his, roach, all tlio timo furiously snarling and spitting. It was Jjard telling which was pursuer as they gyrated about tho stako nmid a perfect jwhirlwind of dead leaves. But in an unlucky niomont Jnd's chili got under tho trap chain, and bringing it up suddenly ho threw tho ring over (ho top fit tho stako. With a liound tho creature was off, the chain rattling after liun ana catching under roots nnd stones. There was not n second to lose, nud thd lioy gavo hot chose. Thoy rnn on for fifty roils or inoro ; then, seeing Jail sc) close upon him, tho cat scratched up tho trunk of a hemlock, trap nnd nil, nnd from tho branches gkred at the panting nnd .nxcitod 1hv.' uw.n nun uuw up if) uieiligu est pitch, and throwing down his club ho began to climb tlio rough trnnk. d 1 Superintendent. SHRI8TIAN- .- Wenhlp l.r the ronrrcstlon at- ery unruausy. iTearnineny irr. J. w. onHerand and fourth lird's airs. Sunday Hchool at e.ia, jMl Herrrsnre, Muperlntendrnt. iilV. Ki.tlbs n.l'rt.litcnlul IU Col In. lilnlon,Kr. ! JMKil'rr-so,- H j lI AMEHIOAN PKrailYTKItlAN, Kent, HuherlntMideut. Wednesday nlthla. HOUTII.-I- ut. F. Mutual Aid Sociot or jCiMtiitoicy. Uin ..llillsllon I hats accepted the etency fat Llntolnandtlsrrsrdroanllesof this mest prslst rellshle Institution, the Mil. n.l netrellvrVirlely being "to prntlde object nf the A l. A. nsnelsl sld to the widows, nrphsnt, belrs. legs-te- es sn.1 seilcnsof llsderessed reeils." Neons should beilisle lo secure rnemlihlp. II wllj alT.nl tue pleasure lo glre full I Mot in a I Inn to those desiring It snd circulars showing the object ol the Society, nsmcsoflheeinrers,Ac. Sf. Jim Blsnftd,.Ky Ho o fVhoolatt W. John W. Union rrafer Meetlngoa OPERA HOUSE. W.K KTANrtlltll. KY. - verdur- T. WALTON, - Proprietor. sets of flren-er- t. iini..n. Blttof HIiri,;M3o. Klhl emnolete y cr-fe- Healing rapsclty, Including gallery, ton. Ilrasonthle ralee to good allractluui. Address as abore. L Stanford Female College. NTAM'I. HY. UL DNDDN & GLOBE liiNiirnnco Conipniiy ! - With a Full Cerps of Teachers, This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Kenton onlhe7d Mnndsy In tVpleinlier nest. ALL TIIK HRANCIIRS OK A well-know- one-fourt- h THOnOUCHENCUSHCOUnSE American Aueti, Arelsniht, as wellM MOBIC. TUB LANOUAOKH. DHAW-INAND PAINT1NO. $5,212,737 81 Lone paid tn O 31 in U. 8. exceed yean 131,000,000.00 ma-lar- TERMS MODERATE. 130; Solid, I'rnniit and llenoratilr. 1'aji Inssfs nltlinat til) ilajh' illncoitnt. Does tho Leading American rollclre wrlllsn by In Tuition, prlree range from tZl to too In tb regulsr IVpartments. rrlmary, liSj lolermedlale ISO, and Itollegtale, VM. BuiIoeM. 0 ga..H h.il.i.l. a i a ll.bS 1a A.t.l.AA BtJUiajtvej IU1I sl(U(;illrt tM lumiil, HRH. N. V9 TKIIKIIKAHT, I'rlurlj-nl- , ciamora. uoroin i9.t aj, eTOr e ac-- t JOHN SIX OTIIKII III- M., PHILIPS, HRHT-CI.AK- S Agent. well-know- n "HALL'S P,ATARliP,g 13 RECOMMENDED BY l'lrrniCTAKO: lo nno Cntarrh of the Naaal of tha Ulcerntltai Catnrrn INTERN Ear, Cto or ALLY, and Throat, it le taken the Blood arts DIRKOTLV upontno Bietom. and It Mucous Surfncee of g thn Itoet Blood Purlflor In tho WORLD, nnd It worth ALL that le mono. charged for It, for entity-Chron- CtlMPANIRM ren. rrsrolrdsl Ihessnie srrocj. Halts ressontble - "1tn2v koutj: Chicago f Bake, "Don't go up there, Jad, for pityi don't I " implored littlo Chlo, nov. Louisville, New Albany & ttlers. k There was also an abandaneo of smaller gnmoto bo had for tho trapping, nud this fall Jod was anticipating no end of enjoyment in tlio worm Iudinu Hummer days, trapping for M miibquash" (muskrat) nnd mink along Itenny brook, which rnn past tho clearing half n milo away in the, woods. Ilis lather ihatl holpoA hki malto his tmpsjfaud tiMiia very first, visit bo was greoiJy elated' by fiiidiiign sleek Mid glossy mink iii ono of them.'1 This piece of oil hick liad'set Jud half wild, for mink skius brought a high prica at tho " big , settlement," twenty-liv- e 'miles down tho country, where his father always went to do his trading, Jad watched his traps eagerly as a miser watches his money1 bags; Hut .with nil his vigilance, what was his dismay to find, ono morning, iu tho trap farthest up stream, that a mink had Imoii caught nnd taken out by somo wild beast aud devoured. Tho tail and little feath, crly clumps of fur lay scattered about tho trap. Diro vengeanco against tho wild marauder at ouca possessed W&! heart. Littlo Chlo was a kooa, sympathizor ju lua troubles. '8Iio was also his u in this trapping expedition, in which it was her duty to carry tho bait somotiincs n squirrel, of toner n trout caught from tho brook " What d'you a'ioso got him? " asked Ohio, ns Jadatood looking ruefully nt tho tail, wliieh ho hold between his thumb nud finger. "T don't know, ualosw 'twas a jiiut-ton- , 'or u wildcat. P wijh tiieyarJal-way- s uoMiii' round to got tho bait out of traps and hat's caught in 'em. Concom-luuiio- coming up nil out of breath. " Ys, au' let him go off with pa's trap pn his foot, wouldn t yo? Just liko a girlr-'fr- aid of her own shadder I " cried Jad scomfullY'. " I tell yer, ho's got tc lay for them mink with his skin soo if ho don't I" and bo climbed on laboriously, giving vent to his indignation in tlircnts which ho meant to put into execution. Reaching tho lower limbs, Jad grasped tho hatchet firmly, ready for nn assault. As ho camo within n yard of tho cat it kept clawiDg and making attempts to leap down upon tho boy's head, all tho timo growling fiercely. Throwing tho hatchet back over bis Bhouldcr as far as ho could roach, Jad istruck nt tho big head in tlio crotch of Hlio trco just nbovo him. But tho fcreaturo dodged tho blow. Ho again fptruck nnd missed ; but tlio noxt timo ho was fortunato enough to hit tho cat on tho hfaad, fairly knocking it off tlio limb to tbo ground, where for a momont it lay stunned nnd motionlees. Jad slipped quickly down tho trunk, thinking tho victory now won. But tho animnl, recovering itself, sot upon tlio boy with truo felino grit, and tlio noxt moment thoy were engaged in a lively (usslo, while littlo Chlo ran back and forth shouting for help nt tlio top of her voioo. lablo-spoonf- Railway. UNI! ItllNNINU C3UIJUtS - m TIIR O.V.r ANI TO THE PUBLIC fj lMilIinan LOUISVILLE Pal ace SOLlO Cars! TIUINS 0ML7 INTERNAL , xiuothat TO CHICAGO! CURE tTORTCATARRR -t MOir T1IKY HALT A CT.Alit. yon would explain to mo all nbont this anltiug of claims that I hear tenho much about," said a meek-eyederfoot to a grizzly old miner ifho was panning about six ounces of pulverized quartz. ",I don't , boo what-tliey-, want to unit a claim for, nnd I don't understand how thoy do it." . " Well, you see, a hot season liko this they have to Bait a claim lots of limes to koep it. A fresh claim is good enough for n fresh tenderfoot, but won't look at anything but a picMeil claim. You know what quartz is, " I wish upon it were 210,000 miles away. Youth's Companion. .1 Tiiformntioii Wanted. lire d prob-nbly- ?" found him 1 Seven dollars his throat I " ho oxcluimbd, wrnthfiilly. "It's too bad," cried littlo Chlo. gouo down "Can't you cuteh him ?" Jnd thought a moment fox-tra- Ills father hod a hUvH Ho would set that aud havo the thief. Leaving Ohio, ht hastened to tho house, got the trap nnd raced bark to the brook. It Mas Bet nt last to his satisfaction, nud hailed with a squirrel, which ho had brought aloug to bait his mink-trap- s with. Ho drove Ahtakodoun through the riug in the bo as to hold whatever wat. ea light. Two days passed and not a mink hod been ueur, bui thu bait was gouo out ot tho steel trap, and also from two of thu . With his nsuul perseverance), Jod relinked thuiu nnd waited Tho bait was agaiu eaten out of most of his mink-trapand, what was more ex asperating, another inluk had lioeu trap-chaimiuk-trupa- caught aud eaten. Jud'ri putieueo now nearly gave way, and ha was tempted to tear his traps up. But ou bocoud thoughtho resolved to try oiioo more. Ha would bait only thu foxtail'. Jud did not visit it the noxt morning, M hmmI, for he was obliged to fluish harevsting tho, potato. Hut after din ner, his father having gouo to assist at putting up a log cabin, for a settler, eowo two miles distant, Jad and Chlo set off for tho brook, liakkut uud Hhpolo in Ituud. An tttey uearot) Uia pluoo whom tho was set ttioy heard tho chain nowly-ur-rivtfox-tra- Tho woods resounded with tho confused medley. Jad now found that ho must fight for his life, nnd with nnother despcrato blow ho ngiu'n stunned the creature, nnd, before hu could rocovor, tho resolute boy dispatched him. Dropping tlio hatchet, Jad throw himself on tho ground, panting and exhausted. Poor littlo Chlo now camo timidly forward, trembling and casting f lightened glances at tho animnl, as if she half expected it would even now leap upon her. "Oh, Jiull" cried tho littlo girl, boo-irthe. boy's tattered frock, "you must Im) awful hurt I And, oh, sea your nrm I" "No, I ain't hurt, neither," declared Jad, stoutly, sitting up, "not much, nnywuy. That's only n littlo scratch I" regarding Ids arm ruefully. It was n pretty big ono, however. Binding souio birch withes firmly about thu creature's hind legrf, Jad, with littlo Ohio's assiHtanco, dragged him to the house. " My jimSeneo nlivoj ". (cried their motli$r(.?iuiikg to. tlio doer, m eho caught sight of tho children. "Jad Duulap I you vcuturosomo lioy, whore diil you get thutf wildcat ? " " Ho got into our trap, an' tlion run off up a tree with it, aud Jad clim up after 'im," littlo Chlo hnsteucd to " I told him not to," sho added, seeing tho gathering reproof in her mother's eyes, "And you got well scratched, said Mrs. Duulap. turning Jail about and ojing his hicediug arm. guess learn you to lot wildcats alone " " Hu won't cat auy more of my mink, unyway," muttered Jad. Ho did not get much sympathy from his futhcr, cjtjier, wiq chided, hiui se verely for his want uf prudence, aud hade, him ' more cautions m tho futuro about attacking such animals. It took a long timo to heal up Jad'd lacerated arms niid shouldors, and it was a number of tUys before ho got over theIsor!iiessatid tutaoutws Wmoiiali to visit his trups. However, Jad was not troubled aguiu that fall, whilo two moro mluk wero udded to his littlo pile of furs, ukich ho Bent ou his father's load dowu to the 'ts4MeMuHi" not long after. ' .g "No." "Well, overy claim has quartz. Soiuo moro nnd Bomo less. You flud out how many quartz thoro are, and then pnt iu bo 'many jiounds of salt to tho quart Wild-ca- t claims require moro salt, tlio wild cat spoils quicker thnu anything clso. " Somotimcs yon catch n sucker, too, nnd you havo. to put him iu brine pretty plenty or you will loso him. That's opo reason why thoy salt a claim. . t " Then, again, you often grub etako a man " " But what is n grub stako ? " "Well, a grub stako If a stako thai tho Ixjys hang their grub on so they can carry it. Lota" of mining jnqn havo been knocked cold by a blow from a grub stako." "What I wanted to say, thoiigh, was this : Yon will probably at Unit Btrikn so MESHKHISTX THICK. courts havo allowed lo humbugged by tho mesmerizcrs, when they admitted as proof of somnambulism tho evidence of a nccdlo being thrust into tho nnpo of a man's neck without his feeling it. Many years ago I went to a publio mesmeric Tlio mesincrizcr seance nt Brighton. thrust needles iu tho foreheads nnd arms of a number of girls who sat with him ou n platform, nud whom ho had mesmerised. I thought that I recognized tho practitioner, and, on speaking to hiui after the seance, I found Uiat hu hud been a butler iu tlio fumily of a relation nf niiuo. Hu showed mo how to insertn needle into nny ono without pain. Nothing is moro easy. It has only to lie done very slowly. Proceedifig from lecture to practice, ha inserted into my forehead two or Uireo needles without mi feeling anything lieyoud a slight prick. .tuition Truth. The French themselves to X tullible rswtnl will lx pU for lotormatloD ludlD lo th drUttloa ol Pnrinna u-- ii A. a rendition, mra. bUriflllD ilall, lodorxr) anl rtcorerr of our lirei, wbleh he illil not ucoonl for wnrn our ceot In Htioford thrre ito. IO-lt-- ot jtn n. j. nvt.isa ROBBED TIMF. TAI1L- 1. Cik, TWcfo, lfeurt. f. J (JtUrmrn, I tako ploaure In Informing tou I TSTnTT ltaily. trTATIIINS. tlisl I bate used HsIVe Calanh dim. It luu don't beeluteto ciirtHlm- - Iwiurery 7 II pts I It an cure any ease of Uatarrblf taken Lte, lAulsvllle-.- .. say that It will I 01 am 3 01 pn Arr. llrceBcs.lle. Vours tnilr, prvperly. 1 OS a so a 01 pn ' tawfordivllle. J, II. Wurnraroan. .. 1 11 an 4 It pn " lfaretle WORTH 810 A IIOTTLKA 7 30 aw I M tM " Cblcago co.. llaro ha.1 K. Knur, Jackeon, Hlrh., wrltre L'hlrifo, III Catarrh for W yearn. Half Catarrh Cure cured direct route, with onlr one thangeof Thnil me. OnnsideritworthlKMOaiiotllii. Wlvoniln, Mlonewta; lewa, cars, lo sll polnia bottln. Ktl'aska, Ac. ForIn further lufonusllen, address by all IirunrWa at ! rt TbouMDdiDf crTi ftrt Manufactnnil ao.1 eol.l br T J. 4 CO. MUltltAY KCLLKILti. I'. A.. onuallj rubbi of lblr Sole ITtmrioton, TOLK1X), OUIO. IIS- Uulsvllle, Ky Tlctlut, llrr prolonged, bapplocMftDJ hrtlth rt- For sale In Btanford by fenny A McAIUter. And we offer Ono Hundred Dollar Cneo of C.itnrrh It will not Cure. WILL C'UKK A.NV VAHK. OBVcej of A T. Btcwsbt Ou."I Cnicioo, 111.. Juno 4, ISU. ( I1TIN TIIK MAKKKTJ n ML NoTim. Iaaangers Irom the Knot. title llranchefl. A N. It. U. arrlte In Loulttllle In Hum to tske the evening trsln of the Meuoe tor nny ItouteM and go throu4h lu (iree nrallf, CrarrrurdsTllle, Ijtrjette and t'lilrngo nllhoHt fhattge. Cntft lad--a- CHK-SX- rr iiorea pj umi (TNI GERMAN INYIGORATOR! Which po.ltlTtlf ud perutMnllr rurM Itnpo-- t irin(-ntnrp, (rnuied by iicnniilur klo.1,) follow al diwwn nenkitrmm, tDd allloaa o( that , atquenreortfelf-AbuMaa tutrtj. kaaol mcsiorj, uoiTcraai lAMiiuje. pain in me tcc. 1)11. dlmnrMof vlilon. rmuatureokl aio. and caanr otoer dlaraaea that Irad to consumption and a ro- la nature crave, wsenu lor circulars wiiu FOR THE MILLION. fm 1 uall. Tin IKfifJOHA TO II Is aold at tl prrbni, oreli boxce for IS, br ail UANUFAITUHKU IIY W. K. DAMN, Imi srnt free by mall, eecursly druntiti, or will scainj, on retail tl price, ur ajjrw.ion Adaunatrcet,Tolrdo,Ohlo. Bole stent for the United HlalM. ll-- l jr) 113 Afflicted, Attention GAM'S REMEDIES M ! ffifrfoiSVILLE D " NASHVllSj THE GREAT . J. CHUNKY, MONTICEI.I.O. KY. Through Trunk Line RICHMOND PLANING MILLS! The woiM Is llleil with the woiHlerful, ImuII-f- ul and Intricate Intentions ol man, JH all the combined tstent sud genius that the wrld has ev er known nss never produced aujtnlntf ibai can compare with lr. Ilsnn's Iteiaealles." Medlcsl skill snd scleocebste, as jet, tailed lo discover any thing equal to them, for the rura of the diseases for whub they ere rrcooiineiiditl. As their tlrluee and um-- are prelivd br tbouasiMU tbrouch out the length and brradlb el Ibe land, sedaa Htandard Faiullr Msdicines, they cannot be ant are fully auUlsnllsted by the atrong-sleetlmonlaU. ' d .. A man with n hand 1 haT6 receotlf one nol In lUcbtuuuJ a Urga and monkey attnchmuii' coupltU hUotofC Mil), mid am itrtKk U lurnUb organ nud soro-cyererj a.ou 01 imtreot-conio- r for 11 vu iniuut-womid Marbled a fow notes from thu " Do ul BUILDERS' MATERIAL! Mar.-li.publio ecu A sympathizing tiilinU'.l 77 cents to help iiy his hoiixi FloerlHff, WeHthcrlieanlluKt moil uorki-- . lent, while fivo mr sixteen hours not a ibuon jui.l Daarti, NhhIi, IIIIhiIh, Iattka, niiiiv, and reeeivntl 75 tisutx for f MhlHRlt'H, MeultllHKM, Ntalr- . IhIhii-It iHli't quiiiililv. il nu.ibi id.) KOplo euro for. Aeie loci wajM, Ac. wizkm-imced ,td For Cuugbs, (ilds, t'roup, llroocbltls, Ounsuup-tlo- a and all llUeaaresot the Thrust and Lungs, Wllhoiil Change and vrllh S SHORTEST ANO QUICKEST IHilU lilUMllLLS TO Tilt UnikaW ROUTE n IIho Dr. (ilnnii'M C'oiirIi Nyrtip. For Liter On iuplslnt,Iyie ila, Indl(estlon,Jaun-dic- e, Ounttliietlon, Hour stomach snd sll lllllous lilsraaes, able-bodie- d Uno - and For Ilhcumslltiu, N rursljls, Kpralns, riwelllngs au eiterual applliatlon for msn or besst Ir. tiHiinH I.Iyit Cure. SOUTH & WEST PUUHAN CARS eiMteVIIIIIII, -a m K.tlitllU. Ufni.hli. t.llll. llock, Meulioinsr V VtJUiabt&. RitinAih. ' m .. ,7S . . ilVW MOUllV.eina UtlflM, Willi out tli-f- tf la ...' Vhc Oho Uho Dr. fjlHiuiH l.inliiiOHt. Flsluls and all BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA lu Palac jioverty, with indications of something olso. Then you will no 'doubt sink till you striko or n truo fissure gopher hole, with trace of froe-millin-g Ijod-roc- piV.'JM. f to put in you salt. You can shootit into tlio shaft with n , d or wot it and apply it with a whitewash brusli. J( jeoplo turn up their noses at yourcluim thou, and Bay it is a auido, aud that thoy think thero is something rotten iu you con tell them that they are clear off, nud thntyou havo, salted your claim and that you know, you are all doublo-barreloaliot-guuDon-mar- "IhatB thotimo right." Tho last soon of tho tenderfoot ho was buying a double-barrele- d sho-gu- i) aud tun pounds of rock-suit- , - 'till "I 1 There's no doubt but a mining camp is. tlio placo to send a youug man who wuuts to acquire knowledge and till his system full of information that will bo useful to him so long as1 ho lives, J iu TIIOVOUTH 1 JlLTKU'W.ltf! Women are sadly ruled by tho law of 1 AHqVT. WOUKH-B- y.. A TIIK JtKVTUIt UOT HICK, JSTC, i An extraordinary story was told by tho Itov. A. Langdon at tho Exeter Diocesan Conference. Tho rector of a living wortlr 1,000 a yoar was very ill, And am prepared to furnish designs and rsllustea buildings and ell scroll and, as ho was assured ho would not forThat I au dolne nokinds olbusiness, work. be judgsmall csn ed from the Csct that toy bank account runs from forty-eiglivo hours, he was anxious ll.MU to IJ.OOO per week. (to nrrango his wordily affairs. A lawyer Contracting ami building done promptly and at Using prices. Address was summoned, and Uiero was discovC. H. NTArfOKD. ered u client anxious to got hold of tho adyowsou and noxt prosentaUon to Uio living. This client, being informed Uiat jtho rector could not liVo forty-eighours lougor, agreed to givo 10,000 for tho next presentation. No sooner woro matters settled tluui tho sick man felt a great weight lifted from his breast, and ho at ouco had a great desire for chicken broUi, mutton chops and so on, and gradually got woll, living for twouty-flv- e years in Uio enjoyment of his beneflco, Tho honorable course would havo been BIck. Headache end riUete ell the troeblce Inck drnt to e bilUmt sUte uf the srsum, such as for tho rector to have retired on getting Ntasea, UrowalncM, llistrne allrr eating, yila la tho Hide, die. While their most runwkV well, and to have allowed tho purchaser Ma succtss has Uva stiowa lu curing .to at onco ranko tho next presentation. 'But he could not do this it wohUI havo beon simony I Munchctter (fhiff.) K& As I tell at pricix such as the abure artlclte ran be bought In lJjuliTlllc, Cluclunill.or other whole bui sure 1 cau niaae is io 70m sale uouaes, to tietronlse boius Inatllullous. I am also a practlcul For riles, lleiuorrbolds, Hum., similar dlaruws. Cars Wllkoot tbaDg.. 1'alsreOsrswllhoutchsbgs, Jr. Ghiih'm IMIc Oliiliuuut. Dr. Oaiiii'n Ointment. ItHtfr-Hwce- SHORT L1HETO THE EAST Vross Loulsvlllsla Seeking I. onus on the line ol this road will receive special low rates, See Aoali of Ihla (Viiapaar tur isles, toulss Ac., or wills c. T. AlBOHf. G. P. 1 1. A. '" Louisville. K. For Freeh Cute, Hums, Ulcers and Ol 1 Seres, ARCHITECT. PMinDaUTC LITIIUnnll I O t JtiuDr.flHiiiOMNtuiiiHcli DUtcrM A BellsbU Toole. Appetiser snd Bloud I'urlOsr, aud also cures Hjivcpela, Iudlgeatlon, Liter CARTERS WlTTl Hive PIUS. CURE n a. Complaint, Malailal letrra snd sll peilodlcal Dltessee. Manufacturrd and for aale br 3WT. Ky. Don't Bo Led Astray! "W. IC. Sole propclelor, Uontliellu, 3D., eerAll orders by null will rerelre piompt atuutlon. l U-t- CISnPMll Kentucky's lloulo The only Hue ruuuing Eiist I Ily tholwrullarlj Worded vlteillatmrbta of rival routes, which are liable to deceive the public. The Miorteit au.) quickest lloute from Clncln-na- il West Is the & 10 I A.1 H Hours Oliiclimnti to St. Louis Hours ahesd of sll other lines. nochangeof cars ! Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. 4IsllyTislus,wllh br any t'omptijisstiou. Thoao, who nro good uro novcr pretty ; thoso who "aro protty nro never good. To n man, truth Is what ho knows ; to a woman, truth is what sho believes. Tho only perfect woman a man ever kuows is his mother. All intimate friendships ainougwouicu have the Baiuo basis, and always exUt betweeii those who resomblo each oUier in figure thoy can liorrow'ouch other's Women invariably four death don't wonder, jw, rent ' lad, " a free fight in which any (ino cui tako part without paying a Prior. Aoissiz said, " No offupriug is blmply tho offspring of its father and motuer," This is a truth farmers would do well 1 always bear Iu mind. Family traita, mputul aud phyidoul, extend back far beyond tho VrenU sowetinies lost niid.Momotimuuuppeuxiug through man A TSioiiBU uskod. the definition of Word "riot." "I( moamr," said a thu Itcsdachr.rMCsrtrT'sLlttloLlTrrrillsareeantlly valuable la Juu.tltulon, curing end prereuUng this annoying complslnt, while ifhcjr also correct all dlvrdcre of the siuawch, etlmulele the liver sdrtKuUtelhabowtU. Kica UtUy unl Curod SICK 3 lull; 2 ttnee A SOLID TRAIN 2 2 12 I.eHUv(lle(lHl'lHHHllHMtlI.CX Cars. Dally Trslna lo Iul.tllle, with Free ratio r , PULLMAN NEW SLKKPIN0 OAKS reoM 1HKIOH, iiy., of cars. Dally Tralos lo Cairo, 7 boura quicker thsn any other line, aud no change of can. Pally Trains to Nsw Oilcans, No change ot carsfroia Ctoelnaall. Kouu,, Hours uiah. ""n Tralus lo Kvaustllle. 4 hours In ad- of all othsr routes, with one less ihange """ Ache thrr would be almost prlcclcM to those wholj euffir I runs tuUdu.treuia cciuplalntt but forta-nststhUr RuodAces does not cod hire, end tbosa who once try them will find tUee III tie rllle HEAD ACHE WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting thsn by other linos. Ully rdII9AS Hitll Two Uoun M Time on the tara,and lesschtoge of cars 3NrT77" "S"orl3LTke TheO. .t M. Is the only line with 4 Kelly Trslns from Cloilunstl to HI, Louis, uisklug direct In same depot wllb fast trains lor connections In Ibe Uelou lepot (at rjt. Loulsjwllh Missouri I'atllie Ksllwsy. HI. Louis, Iron Wouu-tai- n AHoutbetu lullesyi ChlcsgodC AltoO Hall, road; Chicago, Uurllnglou A llulucy lUllroadi Ke- okuk A bt. Louis ltaliroadj Wabash, ML Louis A "arldc llsllruail) Ailsaourl, KanaasATetM Kail ay, rJl Louis A fisu lraucls(o Uallwsy. Direct Konta to Lynchburg, Dan ladeHltbuutUiua. l'utalieralislckbeed ville, Norfolk, AU Virginia Imprwi Tbii Upoa Yoar Memory. drte. 4 bet tuy head we'vo got hiui I " Jod cried oxciAoddy, iltudtiug through a vlumji otcedntM. And, atwti cMotih, there bo was. A duikf, "I ; Uif, routsd-lseadu- d wild-c- I HriiKKT Talk "How much better you look, Mrs. SI" "Yet, I have gslaed 32 fouRU ou Hall's Catarrh Cure. Have not Kdleon's Klectrlo Light I a wonderfu felt no well in --'0 yeara, It has Made a dlicorerrJjut not a wcnderful Hall' complete cure and U worth $50 a bottle to Catarrh Cure. For wle by Penny A Mc' any ose Hut bu tie catarrh." Allettr. ianil 'I generation. 11. j here Is of so It ttetsns grist bus; lire that0U Curewnere we It while snake our 10U Out Oweetcn, Ky..aayc "I am in Utter health than ever btfore, liav-loused ilroWei' Iron Bitten for Kroful oue aflectioo." LOarn, g Cutcr'e Utile Liu Wle are Ycrr small m Terrtesrtotake. Oneorlwopllletuakeailosa. or Thcr us strlclljf vk table end do not gripe who uutr. but by tbilr t'.utlo action please all eMJ uselhem, iiiilsleeilllcitilst fire forll. b iriiftjWs tTiryw hue, vi scot by tuai. olhftrs do awt. ClKTllK MEDICINK CO.NerrYwk. The O. Jb ,M la Ibe only Hue by which you rsu get llirouib cars Iroiu lluclnustl to bt. Louis without paying eslra lata In addition tu mousy I'OIBIS. psU for tlikst. Kur llckcta. rates, or anr luloimatlon.rall on For Ileitis sud luilher luforuallon. sn.lr lo Tlckst Ageulaof coiiusctlug Hues. your uea.tet III hel ultie, or address. IN f rirase rsll at U Walnut st, I AH KM ). KHNNT. PtnrlHiiafnWMtt''v'"la or Mill street,M"ii lor Ipot foot Ueul. Weateru Aitul. 3IIIW Malts NI.,Luulstlire,Ky W. W. I'RAUUDV, W. B, HHATTU0, Ileu'l faaaasger Agl Usn'l Usuager. V. W.NMITM, II. W. rilsM-KK- , UucInnatL usu'i sssoiHir, uauirwfaiii J, P. HILL, Passenger Agent, Lebtnoo, Ky KIcbaiODj, VlrjtnU. and North Carolina "( "''"