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Swing, in nn ml.lesi nt tho This Is tho way tho first halo is Iu another column may bo found n Onstlvnnrsa, Aclnn Clml.) Assemblago last week, made: A number of cotton ,ftlrk llrmUrhfl, planters delightful letter from Ilev. Geo. O. W. P. WALTON, . - . Editor nnd Proprietor Chronic approved of judicious residing within n radius of from flvo Harncs, taken from tho iNTEnton Jatindlrr, and told this story: "I hoard of a to ten miles mot and Iinpnrlljr of Iho I'liMWirif TtifmlitUH ntnl ngreaoii ono of JotmNAi,, giving a dotailcd account IIIwhI, Fever and Chicago lawyer onoo whose wlfo read Jhcir number who shall father (ho ofn trip through tho Highlands of A giir, Malaria, novels to him when ho was sick and ho "first halo." Ha.nn ami all Illara.m Then, ns tho balls open .Scotland. In no department of liter DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS, said to her: """ .& cnunfil lijr I havo been too much on their respective plantations, each alnro lias Mr. Harncs Given Greater of User, linnets inj Kidney. wrapped up in law nnd havo forgotten member of the "first lialo'Mcaguocaro TImm don't atml Uml In payment of evidences of broad reading, delicato 8VMITOMS OP A niSKAsnn MTKR. nlmnst everything else. When I get fully gathers Block, rlptlon. mrvpt to mW tlnmr. ami Mien of Had llrtath . tho staplo nnd when he appreciation and accurate) memory pain Is fill under l'ain In the Side, sometimes the , the mlvtaVcn lit well I shall Itty nnlda my statutes lmi n small bag full ho not orrr thrnt rents. Kheumaliim central Iom nt tppcilu. Ilowelt DKAIiiaitM IN carrios it to than aro manifested in his letters from jrnraii mure, iomttlmtt nlicrullnt with bxi and writo a novel." And so he did. tho member who has been proviously tho sVHll PHcr. and heaf, IVIiich, historic scenes of Scotland, tho iIm haJ Ii irniUnl with p,n, h dullaccomranirj MiihIchI with comidtralta km of mtmixy, C'licnilonlN, Cremating Yellott Fetr Corpttt. Tho first chapter told nbout a nico selected, Tho iln a painful Knulion otUtilng undone tomethir "father" then weighs classic land of English literature Tho I'ainlN, Clsai-H- , Nfatlencry, tlch ought la nar teen done, a alight, dry couth Ono of the innit liorribla discoveries young man nnd a pretty young wo 1'ockct OIIh, Nohph, llio cotton and enters it in n book to greater his travels and tho higher his ami flihel face It tomctlne an attendant, often Xelmccn, Ciiftlcrr. rnituken for consumption, the patient complaina of modern eclcnco Is sural that of Dr. man. Tho second told how thoy met tho credit I.lllllpH, and deLuitjr. nerrout, eaaily ttartledi Flro Arms, MrchIho of tho contributor. This aim in poetic aontiment, tho moro Jf vcarinnt burning, Irel cold or iometlmei a prickly aensatlon Domlngn Frelre, of Ulo tto Janeiro. and fell in lovo. Tho third, a very process is continued JVecdlcB. or the akin eil.u ; ipfrits jre low and detpondent, from day to day clearly manifest aro tho gifts and at,,,c "N"18 Department Is In Charge of Col nd, although aatitfied thai eiercite would b l, tr' !,,ITCr.Vr.n.r.c nmI J That city had been seriously allliclrd pretty chapter, told how they took a until sufficient seed Thoa. Vm Itlcliards, who will Itcpalr Matches and lummon cotton has liccn tainments most necessary to make a try It yet ono can hardly erery up fortitude to style. Pronptly and In the beat In fad, diitruttt remedy. Scrcral with yolfow fover, nnd Dr. Frairo, in walk together in tho nvcnlng and bow obtained to mako of the above irmptomt attend the diteaae, but catca n merchantable bale writer intensely interesting. Heretohare occurred when but few of them eiltletl, yet till inquiries into the causes of tho they got outsido tho town becauao tho ol lint cotton. It is then ginned nnd ciamliuiun after death hat ahown the IJer la fore bis wealth of language and richlure been citcnsitrcly deranged. camo upon tho dccadful fact sun went down and thoy couldn't sea nnd baled up and forwarded to the ness in imagery have been confined to .. t.n It alinuli!, Ii urt lijr all prniorie, old ami if.... nno. that tho soil ol tho cemeteries in which urn wurjiurauou If was a very market oflering tho largest premium. subjects of n religious character and it young-- nlienoTcr any at llio ahoro tho victims of tho outbreak wcro huri romantic story, but he spoiled it in On tho arrival of tho ymptoms appear, "first halo" in havo carried with them a vaguo imol was positively nlivowilli rnicroliian the next chapter, for after tho lovers tho market .. T vr selected, It bears tho cer- pression of that genius which is near ''.TPeranna TmvaIIn Xy taking l.ldoae occation-M'T Iwalltlee, a organisms exactly identical with thoso wero appropriately sealed under tho tificate allv to keen th t In althy action, will arold that it was raised by tho mom-le- r akin to insanity. In theso letters he all Alnlarla, lUllnun attack.. Diizuma. Nm. found in tho vomitings, hlood, etc , of shades of n spreading nok, tho young isruwtincii. of tho Icaguo who has boon select- has n broader field in which to display vaa, invigorate like ueprestlon ol SDirftt. etc will a glati of wine, but It no IIimo who had died in tho hospitals of man said: 'Adclaido, I can no longer bererage. ed ns tho "father." Then it is deco- a moro varied culture. To say that yellow fever. From a foot under conceal my feelings. Toil haro eaten anything hanl of ir I lovo you mad rated with flowers and paraded about ho is equal to tho task is but feeble (llgeatlnn, or feel heary after mealt, or aleen-l- o ground ho gathered n sample- of tho ly, distractedly, wildly. I can not tho city. at night, lake a doae and you will be relieved. Tho promium oflercd is paid commendation of the case, grace nnd earl!) overlaying tho remains n( n per livo without you. Your imago is in to its "father" aud tho Imlo is Bold at faithfulness with which he has drawn Tlmo nml Doctors' Ill will ,e eared by nlniira keeping tlio Itrgiilafor son who hail Iwcti tinned nhout a year my heart by night nnd by day and public auction and invariably brings In tho Ifonaot of tho land preeminent For. whatever the al!mm before; and though it ahowod nothing witnoul you my life is incomplete.' a vA...t.l mi. t fancy price per pound. This amount in history, in sentiment and in song. af iMircntiro, altemtlvo and tonlo can never be out of place. The remedy la liarmleae rcmarkablo in nppearanco or smell, it Now, that was all cry pretty, hut-w- ould is also one of tho perquisite) of tho anil tine not interfere with bualneae or Lexington Observer. was found under the microscope to bo ileaeure. you boliovo It? tho lawyer "father." Then that "honest" bus- thickly charged with theo nbomina commenced the maidens answer to bandman returns homo Cholera Treatment. TIm,:i'T"v,if,,,Am.Et And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or and divides bio iliacato germs. Msny of tho or that burning declaration with: 'Tho As the nowspapers have contributed yuinine, without any of the Injunout after effect,. the profits with tho members of the A florernor'a Teatlmony. so many alleged remedies for this ganisms wcro making spontaneous other parly responded substantially as leaguo in proprotion to tho Simmont Uver Regulator ha been In ute in my amount of IPHABMACiSTS ramilv for tome time, and I ant latiilied it ll a dread disease which once again is valuable addition to the medical aelence. In fact, therefore, tho follows,' nnd that took away all the seed cotton each has movements. contributed. J. Ciu. Siioaria, Governor of AU threatening an invasion of the coun cemoteries aro so many nurseries of romance." W- Sau Antonia Express. 1'nn. Alexander ir. Stephen, or fla., aayt Have derited tome benefit from the ute of try, wo shall givo ono based on person yellow fover; for overy year tho rain A Cool Peace Oflering. Drugs, Books, Stationery .Simmont IJver Regulator, and with to gfvc ii a A Venerable Harried Couple al experience iu Cuba in 1869. It is further trial. washes tho soil nnd tho fever seed with "(lot any ico cream?" ho asked, and Fanoy Artiolos. In tho village of Downsvillo, N. Y , simply chloroform administered inter- - v. .T1'" ."",,T,lInir that never fall In which it is so closely sown into tho oxcitedly, as ho atrodo into the rtijivtlana prrsctlptlons accnratelr coiupoUDje.1. hare ued many remediet for On. sa livo n couplo who havo probably en Uver Affection and Ocbility, but never Also nallv; tablcspoonlul, intermixed with prpsla,found an) thing to benefit me lo the eatent water court, and distributes them loon. have joyed a longer wedded lifo than any hi mmont la vt r Regulator hat. 1 tent from Mm. I JKU'KlaKltM! "Tons of It," replied tho dealer. over the town and neighborhood. six or eight times that quantity of netou 10 (orgu for it, and would tend further for "I'd'cine. advitCaU ho tiara tho Doctor: "If each corpse is "Put mo up half a gallon," hosaid, other couple in tho State, if not in water. Wo know of fully ono hun V? alTectcd lo and wouldtrial a it teems are only give ll a the B0&&tgiltit&. Tu4e Haik. Hung that never faila to relieve. tho Union. They aro tho vcnernblo drcd men who wcro tho bearer of millions of millions of ns he mopped his glowing face. "Put so cured and ad1 Largest Stock of Watches, M. Janmct, Minneapolis, Minn. 1'etcr I'ogart and his wife, who were ministered the V Ma"" "y ,,)r Clocks, Jewelry & Sllrcrware organisms that are specifics of ill, im- It up in those littlo paper boxes tied remedy ourselves in petienceTrIn the me of Simmont I From actual Liver Regulator in married in 1808. There is but a few somo cases. Wo saw my practice I have been and am latisficd Ever liruuKbt totals market Pilees Lower than agine what a cemetery must Ih in with pink and bluo ribbons." ono man rescued lo we anj pretcribe it at a purgative medicmc. thai wear. Watches. Cloks aod Je,!rT Re. pali ed on short Dotlce and WarrsnleJ. which now foci are forming around "Going to treat tho girU?" said tho days' diflcrcuce in their ages, Iwth from the collapsed condition and the -- Take only the demilne, which always nearly 00. Mrs. llogart is in ex remedy succeeded in curing Wrapper the red Z Trade-Star- k each Itody. In thosilenco of death dealer, with a smilo. in all 'ire or cellent health and walks a mile daily cases that wo saw it tried upon. J. II. ZEIMN & CO. these worlds of organisms, invisible to "Only ono girl." Pre n' ALL DRUGT.ISTS. to minister lo tho wants of an invalid tho unassisted eye, aro tailoring inccs viously, in tho samo community, no "INthcr a largo quantity for ono, I w? m d sandy nnd unperccived to fill more should say," remarked tho dealer, as daughlei. Tho vouerablo couplo one stricken with the disease had surMr. Henry Poor's Railroad Manu KM) m! tho 7ilh anntversury of their vived an attack and chloroform seemgraves with mora bodies destined tor lit) measured out tho condiment. al for 1883 states that tho mileage of wheu thero wcro present !-o- ed to thoir food and for the fatal pcretua-tio"It's got to lie largo. You seo I whs marriage euro infallibly. American tho United States at the close of 1882 of their species." How terribly nt tho thcatro with another girl last secudenta to tho fifth generation. A I Register. was 113,a29 miles, 11,591 miles havneed nearlv79. fatal these organisms are, indeed, may night, and my best girl's brother saw sister cf Mr. Honors wero easy: A German citi ing been constructed within the year. bo understood from tho fact that tho me. I know he'll givo mo away, and lives with them, with faculties so well zen, approaching tho window, requestThe increase of tho share capital nnd preserved that she remembers the oc blood of n yellow fever patient inject if I went up empty-handeand told ed that a check payablo lo the order of tho funded and floating indebtedNico oi Horses and Fine Turnouts. Jlntes rea- casion of tho w odd inc. although she od into it rabbit killed tho animal in her it was my cousin from Miino, she of Bchwclzcrcaso bo cashed. "Ja, ness during tho year was 8780,223,-77C- . was not quite four yeara old at tho sonnule. an hour, that tho rabbit's blood inject wouldn't beliovo mo if I got down on dot's hie," ho nodded reassuringly, in The total of all liabilities at ueiawaro couuty seems con- ed into a guinen pig killed it nnd that my Deiiilcd kncci nnd aworo to it. Hut time, answer to the teller's look of inquiry. tho close of 1882 was $C,895,CG2,359 guinea pig's blood injected into anoth- when I go up with this euce oflering, ducivo of longevity. Corn St. John "But I don't know that you are Mr. or $G1,342 per mile. Gross earnings of a century er rabbit killed it also, so that tho no ii noiiovp mo u i said llio girl was lived for Schwcitzerc&o. You must get your- for 1882, $770,350,710; net earnings, Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal there and died at tho age of 10.1. Aunt chain oi destruction may apparently my mint from Colorado." in self Identified," said tho teller. "How $310,082,877. Increaso Gross lo cud lew, for each victim on Aud ho went out with a smilo on I'rudenco Larkiu, of Pease Eddy, died vass dot?" naked tho German citizen, net $24,929,109. ! N. Y. Tribune examination was found to his face and tho boxes in his hands, recently at 107. with a puzzled look. "You must get And can supply it in any quantity. Tho Lebanon Standard and Times havo all its blood swarming with ma- murmuring to himself, "Tho.-e'l- l Dovil's Lako City is about threo sonio one to identify you," repeated the setcongratulates tho people ot Kentucky lignant germs. Surely tho cremation tle her." months old. On May 12 its popula- bank ofheer, "I don't know you." Somervillo Journal. upon tho election of Proctor Knott, of all yellow fever corpses becomes, tion iiumborejl twelvo persons; nn Ju- "Ah, Jn," cried John, much relieved; A Curious Book, and adds: in tho light of Dr. Prciro's discovery, 12 it had fivo hundred and twenty "dot's nil right. I don't know you "Probably tho most sinculnr curios ly It is safe to predict that the gross a public necessity. St. .lames Ga- ity in tho " says tho Cfms citizens. At this time Devil City is ncider." abuses ot tho pardoning power which zette. tian Jitijltlcr, "is a volumo that be- tho liveliest place in Dakota. It has, It is not genius that tolls ou tho havo characterized tho present adminThe Struct, longs to tho family of tho Princo do two hotels, two lunks, ten uewspa: the world, but downright and honest istration will not bo continued in tho A teacher finding it diflicult to ob- Llgnh, and it is now iu twenty-twsaloons. The hard work. Your brains may ferment Franco. It is pors nnd next. tain the proper attendance of tho boys entitled "Tho Passion Wo fondly hope tho Standard and of Christ," nnd houses nro built upon blocks of wood und effervesce like a yeast pot, but In her class, resolved to udopt n plan neither written nor printed. Every or stumps of troes. Around tho town unless you can settlo down to steady 2'imci speaks by authority. Comwhich alio felt suro would bo success- letter ot tho text aro scattered tho white, is cut out of tho toil you aro worth no moro to the monwealth. ful, tiho said to the boys: leaf; and, being interleaved with bluo bones of thousands of bufHtloei. At community than a soap bubble, which "The happiness of roan arises moro half-pas- t "Now, I will givo a bright penny to paper, it is as niuo iu tho evening daylight easily read as tho liest bursts so soon that it is hardly worth from bis iuward than his outward each ono who wilt bo in their places print. Tho labor and patienco bo- - still streams in through tho roofs ot one's whilo to tlop to look at and mi- condition," says an exchange, which every Sunday." stowed in its completion must havo turf and at midday in July it is often ni iro it. A good blacksmith is worth is n parabolic way of saying "We that a cuTho plan scorned to work well until I)eeii cool enough to wear an overcoat. excessive, especially when Iho it round dozen of geniuses who wear cumber out in a man's garden patch ono Sunday not a boy was in his place precision Mount Hood, in Washington Te'rri-lor- long hair and Byronio collars and won't make him as and minuteness of tho letunhappy as it Tho teacher was surprised and sumo- - ters aro considered. was recently ascended by a largo wonder why tho world doesn't adoro would Tho general exo if it were located under the what discouraged that hor plan hadn't cution, in overy party. Thoy reached an elevation of them. respect, is inJced front elovation of his vest. Yonkors succeeded. Hut tho uoxt day, whilo and tho volume is of tho 12.G50 feet, whero they spent sovcral By actual trial the past season 100 Gazette. walking down tho street and thinking most delicate nnd hours. Wheu abovo the snow line tho costly kind. buahols of shelled corn shrank to 90 Last winter a boarding-houskeepwhat to do uoxt, alio met ono of tho II. of Germany, offered for it men constructed a sleigh, nnd treated bushels between December and May er rejected a steak which seemed too boys and said to him: 1C 10 cloven thousand ducats, which tho women to a July sleigh ride. The in It was "Well, Johnnie, where wero you was probably equal to sixty thousand crater was penetrated a distanco of 1. It was put up iu a tight bin, and old for ovcu a Iwardiug-houso- . Hho shrinking was entirely from evap thou used for a door-m-at for awhile, yesterday?" nt this day. Tho most remarkable 100 feet. Thero was a ceaseless drip oration. Add to this frequent loss and was finally buried in tho back "At home, muni." circumstanco connected with this lit of water from tho roof of tho ice-e1, from vermin, and tho loss of interest yard. Two months later a beautiful "Hut why did you and tho other orary treasuro is that it boars tho roy cased entrance, caused by a warm air for flvo months, and tho com grower rubbor treo sprang from tho ground, Sunday-scho- ol boys not conio to and al arms of Lngland; hut when it wbj current coming from tho slumbering who proposes to "hold for a higher aud is now in full blossom. Puck. got your pennies?" in that country and by whom owned Arcs far below, from whence a loud price" has some data for determining "Oh, teacher, 'causo wo'vo struck; has never been ascertained. "Missionary lien's Nest" is the hissing noisoaroso. A rock hurled .whether it pays or not. wo won't cotno for less than two conts namo of a Baptist Church in Yalabu-su- a down produced a deafening roverber-atloCigar boxes aro not, as many smo uow. county, Miss., from the fact that llarnum says that ho lost $130,000 kers may suppose, all mado out of ceacWo aro not Informed as to how long tho ladies of the church contribu to in his vain attempt to bring two Advertising clocks are being hung dar. Ono firm in Boston, which supeggs to the missionary causo. the strikers held out, or whether tho white elephants to this country, plies much of Now England trado in most of the waiting room of tho ferNow York advance was granted? Three girls in ouo family in Polk houses and railroad stations in Jer-so- y His agents bought tho beasts through ry makes boxes a day, World. tho connivance of a priest, and after couuty, Tennessee, averaco 242 lbs. City, Brooklyn and New York. of which are mado out of poplar. The oldest is 18 and weighs over 300, Waytio county, New York, is tho Theso are $2 CO the King had indignantly refused to wtille tuo youngest is 12 and gives tue per hundred cheaper The clocks aro ordinary ones, except chief peppermint producing district, it than cedar. sanction such a sacrilegious sale, but beam a reliable tip at 200. Much of tho poplar that at intervals ot half a minuto a s furnishing died on being takeu aboard a of tho supply. comes A comb of honey measuring seven from Kentucky and costs 815 bell rings aud a piece of white cloth, they Tho mint is cut, and after standing a aud the old showmau believes feet in length aud containing forty-oner 1,000 feet, whilo the cedar, which about a foot square, with an advertise ship, few hours to wilt is then distilled in a they were poisoned. pounds of honey was found in a tree comes from Cuba, costs from $3 to ment priutod ou it, drops from the that who was near Everett, Pa., by a largo vat. Tho mint is packed in sol810 per 1,000. To give tho uppear-nnc- o upper part of tho clock, and hangs A Boston Methodist, tho llev. Mr. on a hunting expedition. man idly, then tho covor is clamped down in plain Hamilton, is emancipating himself of cedar tho poplar is stained, suspended for half a minuto No milter how aird the constitution and securely packed to provont tho then run through a machiue to give viow. Tho clock exhibits 120 differ from the itinerant system by building uuy be from ilireane or exceaa, the Great escapooi steam a Tho pressuro of HO tho effect of tho grain, theii flavored ent advertisomenbi iu an hour. a spacious house, to be called tho Ofrunn InTigorator reetoreeit permanent- to 10 pounds of steam volatilizes tho Ir. Bee KilrertWeiuent. r'or Me by lVn- . s by tho to give tho cedar Elderly philanthropist, to small "People's Church," designed to Beat ny A McAlinler, oil of the mint and carries it oil in a odor. As it is u private enboy vaiuly tryiug to pull a door bell 4,000 persons. PILCSl PILES I PILES t tubo whero specific gravity causes a Mr, II, J, Gachot, Hullock county, above his reach: ."Let me help you, terprise, ho will not bo subject to tho separation. Tho oil U packed in tin Dr. IMifiicj' Xrip Dlurorrry for (Pulls tho bell.) law of change which governs the reg- i'f l a rallral chain-- , from Ik old reiuedlw is engaged iu making syrup my little man," cans or glass demijohns holding about Ala., hertlofurs In uao. The IHwuicr Is lbs result of Small Iwy MNow you hail hotter run ular Methodist clergy. from melons nud has ulready mado ytarsof patlcut rlullllc ilu.lr anil iattslUstlun twouty pounds each. Sometimes turFliegen-d- e 300 gallons. This sells for 75 cents or we'll both get a licking. It is said that if two tablespooufuls lulu to rliarsclrrofllilspsluful dtarsM. Turuu-tlocpentine or oil of hemlock is used to jou o Its great merit, rail on I'euujr A tic. Matter. per gallon. An ordinary melon will of carbolio ackl be put into a gallon AlUlvr.HlauforJ.vr W. U. W.Ur, Ml. Vrruno, Commercial College of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. adullerato with. produco 2 gallons of julco and it takes "My brethren," said a clergyman, of water and sprinkled over potato aul get auuilnUilV-lu- f rliaiKe. Ntiuskt Talk "How much better jou lii gallons to produco ono of syrup. "I will uow paw" and beforo he vines ih rtcntnt eny urtrk day vf the your. Bummer teuton twv ojKt it will causo au immediate emilit alio lug coujli, howonr Thar Is no ufi-llook, Mm. 8 I" "Ye, 1 have gained 32 io, i83t. I F.itimatiug tho yiold per uuro, 1,000 could proceed a sleony hearer iu the gration of tho bugs, aud will leave uo slight, In rufltlnua. tfoorarau lull llisrougk that AsMrttt, 'gular Fall Scission. Sept. tW W. a&A. kJ&" iuCSm U al f ! U Nawlf M ,rU-W rtl aaaaajfata, mtmm pounU on Nail's Catarrh Cure. Hive not tp ilaugrruus Drum's Kictoraa will HaataafaM rawltff WiU tUam--. 4 t4f 4 XhiiAHaffkai jtZa awKlsr which will give 2,000 gallons I rout pew suddenly started into lifo bad effects like paris green, The ap- war prut (.) irAit- -, lwM Mr JZ!i,r llVsTl recast jMMaJ Jta aVll U, lasslkl. TUi-- Ct4. u.iil( tuna. m ...hiiala Ml o welt Ih iiu ears. It has matin a molous, Ask or sdlesl an rough or tuld over loulricloJ, frwailU) zjr lAla) UMilr. aiaawl l.M iki - ... H. complete cur and U worth $50 a bottle to of juice, or lCOjj of syrup, at 75 cents and cried out, "Then I makoitrpades plication is equally efficacious ftr cur your druggist lor Ibis and laka uo other lur sals If M fia Kftliaafata ..,.....; ".vi. -i- T7. AMsAllsler.tllsuft.rJ, ati J W M. We-- MavUaia turn tl tub a4 s r.u. ttsear Ls yarlai.wtat n IvIWr .77. any ose that bu Ike catarrh." JM per gallon, tho proceeds will bo 9125 , and play it atone!" lri.il.iki a w..ili. Iu ui liiuiui. ' iin; " rant worms. ' Lsr, JJI. Vcruou, WHJilrK R. IMITH, Praat, novel-reading, Chicago Lawfti'$ First Cotton Bale ot the Season. Ceo, O. Barnes" Vf(, M'ROBERTS&STAGG tiait annum. Opera House ShnuMer-Uatle- Stanford, Ky., Dr-UR- H. C. RUPLEY, J. Mi:itJCANT TAILOR, - Stanford; Kentucky, pen-pictu- res ." " 9mattf& MMMtm -- DKALK-KS bo-in- g celo-brair- .wiy, ialesVeei' SITLAIBLIEI! HLsTESS SHOP, Hoi-art'- s, Jl2sTJD lot d three-quart- ers 100,000 Fomnia GOAL wool ;wi(-morte- m A. T. WUKJVEI.IsEY. Stanford. Ky. baok-world,- o AT MD BELOW y, o Bsrt Shoes,now 75c, 1.50, 2, was $1, 1.50 2, 2.75 Slippers, 50c, 75,1, 1.25 cordingly. mer Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. VoiEgeft fotees i Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 was 7. 10, 12, 14, 17.50 will sell you anything in Sum- mm u. io was l.OO, 1.25. 1.50. 2 Children's Shoes and Slippers - two-third- s BRUCE, WARREN CO. two-third- e cigar-maker- The Interior Journal Steam Printing Office does all kinds of Job Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. w P. Walton, Prop'r. STEAM PRINTING! a -- Uaat r --- HaMUawM ' Tr, rflV,; v" iasUavajai sm sVaaaa m L-?- "" .T ..- .--r- a- 1 - August Tuesday Morning, W.P. WHLTBH. 28, 1883 EBITOR h. M this most lurcioiis of fruits, green gages al T, W. WALLACI . VltXOH VlON. The dime novel sensation telegraph- 4 pence a pound brings a delight peculiar T. W. & W.H. VAHNON. A'n'OUNJilYH A.'X" XiiVV, ed from tho treat that tho Indians and and unique. In their seaaon wo had raspHTANKORD. KY. s had captured tho berries in great plenty, but only one vari- OfllM In Owsley A Man's new bulMInx up sUIn, Ariionia etythe red and those not like our delicPresident and parly and wero holding ious "Hudson M. l"EYTON, lliver Antwerp i," but comthem for a big ransom, turns out to bo paratively inaipid. Cheap, however, as ATU'oiirvjiiJY a;i- IjA.W, lie In the Cuurli of Lincoln anil ad Will what every sensible person supposed moU sorts of fruits (peaches notably except- joining tvrc counurs ana ina oupenor vuuri snu vvuii ot Apival. t)clsl attention (tren to collecllona. ed) get lo he la London, if one waits pa- uiuco on Ltanrsiirr sir-- i. from tho first, a very silly canard. ,4 tiently a glutted market. For strawberries ALEX. ANDEHHON. is indeed a contrast between There London leads the world in variety and A.irr01lN33V A.T JL.A.AV, tho Hon. Jere Black and tho Sher- cheapness. DANVILLE, KY., Will (rartleo In tht Courts Saturday afternoons we have "Bible counurs and In trie court orof Uojl in J s.ljolnlns mans, Chandlers and others of that ilk. Black went out of tho cabinet Headings" in dear Bro. John Tod's J. II. FISH, which are getting to be very inAt. J ..iiM. service $7,000 in debt. The other teresting gatherings of those who desire to An it Mailer Uomiultilnnrr ltockcitls Circuit Court MT. VKKNUN. KY. crowd havo grown ns rich as Crcoius Will rrarllni In tho Koclrutlo Courts. Collgo a little deeper Into the "gospel myster a Officii In I?6 dii $8,000 a year. ies" than a miscellaneous congregation tions srcclalty. L1IB V. HUFFMAN. could . NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. I JZWTlH'V, Our address remains the same. It is not HTANKOltD. KY. The farco of tm'nir Frank James in worth while to change it, for by the time a Offlco South slil Main Htrvet, two doors above A connrsroNDKNT who has been tho Myers llotol. nosingaround in tho Governor's of- going on at Gallatin, Mo, Convention of letter, sent after the printing of this, would FuroNltrous tUlds (laa administered whan re quired. The IVinocralic Stale reach Highgatewe shall he back in 102 fice, finds that Blackburn has appoint- New York In called for 8qitmbr 27, al Shacklewell Line with our good friends, DH. W H. TENNV. ed during his term, ono Brigadier Buffalo. DuutlHt, the Griffiths, which will always be head BrANFOnD, KENTUCKY. IHyM Wood ami his learn rre stung quarters in London. "When ye enter in General, 107 Colonels, threo Majors Office rtobl.8. Lrtle's store. Office tour and six Captains. It is rather singu- to ilea th by a so arm oihonejr mm near to a city and go Into any house, there from a to0Tr a. h. and 1 lo ft r if. Anesthetics ad 12 .) ministered when necesssry. abide and thence depart" we expect to lar but in all these, Lincoln is not Mattoon, III. Count de Chambord, the last of the obey. The LOUD chose our loJgings in represented. While the correspond LASCASTKIt AnVl.rtTllKMKXTS. Bourbon dnasty, and heir to the throne of London and we are so glad of His selection ent had tho run of theoflico he should France, died Friday. that wo expect lo remain whero He put us, It. F. WAZiTfilt. have endeavored to have given an Waller F. Poole, Congressman-elec- t in the meanwhile temporarily visiting this pardons from the First North Carolina district, ia lovely hill only as a brief change, by His LANCASTER KY. anxious world tho number of Offlco orer Citizens National Ilink. OtSce hours tho "dear old Gov., as tho Lexington dcaJ at Kliztbelh City, N. C. direction also. Blessed guidance, this, of from S to 12 A. u. and from 1 lo 5 p. M. Tho Kimball House, Atlanta, will be the dear hand clasping ours and never re prostitutes call him, has issued, and BAM M. IlUItDETT, scale than before linquishing His lender and Kwerful grasp. tho number and- - amounts of fines ho rebuilt eren on a larger At and at a coat of half a million. LANCASTER, KY. Who that knows the loving presence of has remitted. But we suppose thoy & Co., Bishop Broth-e(lirrard and adjoining; counties Chat. II. Bishop that hand would ever choose another to Will practice In Appeals. (IJMyr will never be disclosed bIdco an order A Geo. W. Biahop, all of Cincinnati guide them? Ob, that all knew Him as and Court of from tho Legislature failed to bring have assigned. Liabilities $200,000. II. O. KAUFFMAN, Guide aa well as Savior! f A negro who shot two cily marshal., them to light. A.t XV.A.W, I have just finished reading, after earntt killing one of them, at O'den, Utah, was LANCASTER KY. We have receivod from tho Gener- taken from the jail after his arrest and prayer, Col. Ingersoll's "Some Mistakes of Court. Will Muter Moses." it is a terrible book, becauae un- practiceCoinmlaeloner fJarrard Circuitand adjoining al Manager, Maj. J. M. Wright, a hanged. In all the Courts of Usrrsrd answerable from the orthodox standpoint. counties and In the Court of Appeals. complimentary season ticket to tho Br a tailing scaffold at the King of It will make inGdels-h- y the thousands of Great Southern Exposition, the letter Bavaria's new pilace, nt Lake Chicinic, those who know not the "secret of the wero killed and workmen accompanying which, bears the date twenty-thre- e LORD." God help the ingenuous youth, of July 5th. This shows negligence seventeen injured. of this county, took carelessly taking it up with no argument John McKiorie, on'some body's part but so far as we the daughter of Sheriff Baker, of Kockcaa-ti- hut human reason to rebut its fierce as sault upon the very citidel of the popular aro concerned, it matters not. We lo Tennessee and got married last belief! My heart bleeds for the man who last week and got week. Somerset Reporter. paid our money wrote it and the men and women who read William Pope attempted to obtain a it. To me the answer to all he writes is many times the value received for it, aud feet better since contributing a reconciliation with his wife near Wood-vill- simply this: "You have mistaken my III., but his advances were repelled. God." Not a winged arrow he shoots mite to tho financial success of tho IIo then (hot her and himself. smites a joint in my heavenly harness now; is now in the full grand concern. It The Governor refuse) to pardon R. B. that boot ten yeart ness of its glory and tho person who Chandler, a Lexington murderer, who es but Iicould not hart rtad thank ago fur a thousand vcortdt can eo and fails to do so. will miss a caped from jiil and ia now in South Amer- God, helps me; for I know God the onit treat not offered moro than once in a ica. This U downright partiality. ly true God and Father of my Lord Jesus Down in Tennessee a deputy sheriff lifo lime. Christ, whose name is "LOVE" AND who refused to surrender to a mob a negro The Commonwealth's Attorney of raviaher, was mortally shot and the negro MOTHINO ELSE. But woe to the man who reads that book without knowing God the Covington district has recently riddled by over a hundred bullets. better than He is commonly made known taken to tho Court of Appeals to test of American bar aasocia-- 1 from Statistics the pulpill Col. Ingersoll does, not tho constitutionality of the act, a caso tions show 70,000 lawyers in the United seem to me to be an "infidel" in the popu of 200,000 within lar sense of the word, but rather an intrepagainst a man wuo was psraoneu uy Stales, with a prospect 15 yearn. Heaven help the people. id man driven to bay by a devil on God' Blackburn before conviction. It is It was decided in the United States too late for such action now. Black- Circuit Court that common carriers were throne, while yet he seems not to know God possible. I will is burn will bo out and gone to obscuri- not liable to shippers for damages which that there another not relinquish the hope that one day he ty before tho Court of Appeals meets were made good to the latter by insurance. will see my God and worship at His dear the Lancaslcr Ben Alexander, a strarded colored at and no other governor will ever bo feet. How pathetic the closing sentence of elected who is fool enough to pardon tache of O'Brien' circus, hanged himself one of his chaptcrs,where afterdercribing tho in the Oldham county jail, were he was things that our God is charged with'hy "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," before thero is any thing to pardon. confined for carrying concealed deadly those who know Him not aa He is,he writes LANCA8TER, KY. The murderers, gamblers und evil weapons. "If there be a God, I pray Him to wrilo in Laat May, a Lexington negro boy on His book, opposite my name, that I denied doers generally havo but a week left & CO., to prevail on a weak minded governor being threatened with a whipping, disap- this lie for Him." The sentence thrilled GEO. D. peared and nothing was heard of him till and they are besciging his oifico liko Saturday, when his skeleton was found me, for my life is devoted to the denial of just such lies against my blessed God and Proprietor flies. In fact tho old fellow was so hanging in the woods. Father. Only I say not with him, "If there importuned ono day that he flew to With a stupidity almost inconceivabe a God," for "I know whom I have be Louisvillo in selfdefenso, to find that ble tho Georgia legislature, nearly solidly lieved," Yet that sentence so oft repeated School democratic, has passed a redisricting bill in his awful book, "if there be a God," is a ho had jumped from the frying-painto the fire. Nobody pities him, how- which, if the republican bring out their hopeful one. I cling to it with a strong vote, will give them C out of 10 congress- desire that one day it may deepen into Open U(l Monday In Sept., 1S8.1, ever. He brought it nil on himself. men. something worthier of this great mind of Uoardln private laiulltes yerjr cheap. ApplicaW. J. Shea mysteriously disappeared TnE Louisvillo Commercial has an his. When he does know Him, if ever on tions for a male Principal will bn received. from New York seven years ago. His stad JA3IV.S MVK.Zk'j article headed "damn it," probably earth, he will preach Him. He could do ter, who has been searching for him ever inspired by the reading of somo rural nothing else after what has passed. May since, discovered him at Shelby ville, Ky., rooster's adverse criticism of the big Friday, where he bad married and engaged the devil, who ia at the bottom of all this deception of in all, throw a boomeianj In show. Tho fellows who growl havn't in business. I will toatb a dr school fur tlrla In lbs Springs Col. Ingersoll's case that shall smile himbuilding lu Crab Orchard, The Pension demands on the treasury Thero may and seen the thing. self heavily in the recoil. This bold man doubtless was just cause of complaint are such that should they for the remain- has "the courage of his convictions" and I!cKliiuiiiK9IouilHy,Oct.1, 1883, months. I threo weeks ago, but at present it is ing ten months of the current fiscal yearbe writes what thousands think in secret. He Andeontluulngg teachers, one will be sullied hj an Instructor lu two coinpelerl aa proportionately heavy, the total amount is not the first victim of the "letter" of the music, for further particulars, terms, Ae., applr tho moat satisfactory exhibition wo of lKt VhINK illtKVU, to for the year on this acMISS money required Mllrer Creek, Kr. scripture, which Paul tells us "killelli." have ever attonded. count would exceed $167,000,000. I can only pray and trust that he may yet The Knights Templar in session at gjpum paradoxical, but Ken- Ilourboii County know the "Spirit" that "givelh life." To tuckr has tho poorest display at tho San Francisco have elected the following know God-a- f LOVE and the devil-- hate officers: Grand Master, Koht. K. Withers, Great Southern Exposition of any of Virginia; Deputy Grand Master, Charles is the only clue that leads out of the labyDoes this rinth in which he with thousands of ollieis the Stales represented. Itoouie, New fork; Generalissimo, John V. Tli.if.th Annuil V.lr (if the llourbon CuunlT arise from the fact she is too stingy to S. QaMn, Pennsylvania; Captain General, grope helplessly and hopelessly. Oh, that Agricultural (Society will bs held al Paris, Kjr.. I could speak a word to help him! In the beginning Mepteiuber 4th sud contfnulng Bro dsjrs. malco a display of her varied resourc- Hugh McCurdy, Michigan; Senior Warden, ai.oooin frrulumi. NewHUndl Nnwbtablesl meanwhile I say boldly "Col. Ingersoll is Uuioftb. belt Tracks In Ihe.blstel In es or a modest fear of outrivaling her W. Larue Thomas, Kentucky; Junior War not an addition to the regular class rings for stock, there iDuuel," if l know one. 1 never will bo two trots each dif. Location ol grounds The read den, Geo. U. Perkins, California. less favored sisters, who have come his hook until yesterday. I warn all all that could be desired aoresalblo Iroial.all points br rail. I'lorsl 11 ill with Us tuusl attracwho are not Intelligibly impregnable in tions. The Kentucky Central Kallrosd and branchinto her borders to show themselves f Treasurer and Itecorder were The DeMolay Commandery, of Louis special trains at excursion rates., God's LOVE not lo touch hia book. To es will run purwacloM August (lb. For particuThe Breckenridgo Neva is mistaken ville, won the first prise at the Knights such it will be "good reading;" to others lars, address tht Hecrelsrr. J. W. FEIlQUtJON, President. ia saying that Messrs. Grove Kenne Templar drill at San Francisco and chose death by poison. And I pray no tender W. A. PAHK Eli, Hocretarr. lM-- t dy, Abo Furguson and Clarence the Miner's Vax. The Itapers, of Indianap- conscience may be wounded by what I olis, got the second and the St. Bernards, Ilutherford woro masters of ceremony of Chicago, the third. The conclave has write. I will say nothing "while the world SEVENTH ANNUAL Is at tho Crab Orchard ball given in been an expennive concern to the Callfor-nian- s standeth, whereby my brother it. stumbled OK TUB But the or made weak," if I know Colonel Blackburn. honor and their KolghO, for In addition lo time is here when boldness of speech Is Kennedy may havo beeu present, but Ihe $10,000 subscribed by the public for needed. The world is drifting into the AND-the other gentlemen were unavoidably the triennial conclave, the California vortex of Infidelity and perlihlng because have spent out of their own they have no better defence than "orthoabsent pockets $130,000 entertaining their visit-ordoxy." It is the story of Capt. Webb In Jay Gould denies that ho paid any The Northern Pacific Ilallroad will be the whirlpool of Niagara with no better momv to sccun tho nomination of ThsUercutb Annual Uihlblllon (ntv aeries) o opeued formally by President Villsrd on strength than that of one poor pair of hutheKeutuckr Agricultural Btoaky Matthews. But Mr. Gould's Sept. 3 It was actually completed on man arms (o beat back the raging suck of aociatlon will Ulield In thesud Mechanical Assof Cltjr or Lsslnglon. bealnuluironTUfcSlMY. AUUUdTJI 1843. and itMupportetl word is Ut from being as Aug 23 There will be 300 guest present the devouring maelstrom God pity the conUoulug flradsvs, (dialogues sent on tppiicsiiuu. good a hU bond, and but littlo confi- at the opening services, Including delega boldest swimmer In such a plight! The n it OENTUY, Pros'L HI-II, P KlKIil, Bec'jr tions from Kogland and Germany, and chances against Liu are a thousand to oue. will be put in tho denial. dence cow-lwycai-ablAn-iiidraw-ing.roo- With tho Issues of next week, this paper will ccmo to pay further niton-tln- n IIo will by o Dr. Blackburn. timo liavo been retired to private that life khiI his capers la that capacity will no longer interest tho public nr ih. Wo havo dealt with him in his official capacity with the severity of censure that wo taliovo his nets deserve, hut always without malice, tho' there was occasion even for that. Tho fact is, wo rather pity than despiso tho weak old man to whom naturo has riven more mouth than brains, and mnro heart than sense. Ho has dono incalculable hurt to tho progress of tho Slalo by nullifying tho actions of thoj courts and turning looso upon a long siidering peopto criminals whom it cost thousands of dollars to convict, but his administration, it the timo that he has employed in pardoning convicts and making Colonels can be eo called, will not be without ils good effects, for if the people are of having any thing impressed on them tho lesion that it has pro b? nteil, should teach them that states manship is mbre'desirnblo in a governor than ability to cure yellow fever, uiul brains act better when situated in tho head .than in tlio.nlxlomen. be has delega"The prospects of Judge Hoadly's Arthur will not present, but ted Secretary Teller to ref resent him. Atelection have been bright from the torney General Brewster will also be hoar of his nomination, but they were never so bright ns thoy nro to day. A littlo earnest work on tho part of his BEYOND THEOCEAN'S WAVE friends, and ho will bo tho noxt Governor of Ohio by 25,000 majority. Sofoiivni Housr, His campaign, as far as it has gone, HinuaATE, London, Aug. 8, '83 Kvery ipccch Dftr 11 titer i been brilliant. has (Continued from tail liiuf) which ho has made has been some This childlike enjoyment of a holiday, thing added to the political literature with the fondness exhibited for flowers and of tho coHtitry. He has shown the his almost passionate attachment to Ids kind of metal ho is made of, and giv- dog, are three very touching character!' en tho democracy and tho people in tics of our brethren of Kphrtlra. goneral assuranco of a man who may The London market is just now flooded be trusted. Ohio needs such a man with pliima especially the Green Gage as Uoadly in tho Gubernatorial chair, the most delicious of them all. There aie grown quite extensively In Kn gland, but and thero is no longer any doubt of moat of those in market now come across his election. If thero over wero any the Channel from France. To one who serious differences in tho dcmocratla vainly tried to raise them, witnessing help party in Ohio, thoy aro closing up, lessly tho ravages of the "Little Turk" and victory is in sight. Closo up tho (curcullo) on hia favorite teclnien and at laat abandoning in despair the culture of ranks nnd press forward 1" Tun Cincinnati J?nquirr ays: RMfiy prominent Americans. President Bnl though Talmage and Bltck leave Ingersoll master of the field, there Is God, above all Mil bad attack aftd worse de fence. I know Him I love Him; I rejoice in Him day ad night; I serve Him with tireless hands and feet and heart. Ever In Gro. O. jUntos. Jesus, Rates. Dontira tho continuance of the South' em Exposition, at Louisville, Ky., (com- menclnir Auiiiat 1st. and continuing 100 days), llio Louisville A Nashville will sell Ercnrdon Tickets from any of lis atations to Louisville nt nne fare for the round trln. These Tickets will been sale every day, from L. A N. stations nnd will lo good 15 days, allowing ample time to visit the GrealcU Exposition ever held In the South, and second only to the Cen tennial at Philadelphia. Verj Low Hall-roa- St) FurnlturE. troll throuih mr slora will prors. Mf prices are as lowssslnillsrgondi ran bs bouihtln thetlllee, a fact alto capable nlnctlar demonstration. I alio keep on hand a lull line of T. J. HONMIY, House Painter & Paper Hanger ITt-lii- s CI o M that trrr His lulld andClxtl tins of Fiirnllureef em eihlhlled In fUanfhrd, as a HTANFOIin, KY H H (ft Umlcrlnkoi's' Andsin res-l- OooiIn! Farm For Sale I gl T Ordorfl bs AdMnlna lb tewn of ilralfordirllle, Marten tnterts lunersls protnnllf wllhs rountr. K.,renlsln!g lit Arm ol well Ima nlr. new llrsrte. proved lend) (noil twvslorr dwelling and sll well, ore hnrd add ln-Ioulbiilbllnr Tolegrniih Promptly At nr shmlibtri Iswa tard around th hones. Iron Alsnlri'. Arreanfllisbsr Und, l miles ot, or tondou to. tsrra, wblih I will sell Terr cheep, i sll siblma . B. K. WEAREN. !). . I. Ill !',. I'm rnorr.ssio!UL t, w. aaoww sax v. noanrrr. I1UKDETT A BltOWN, W. H. HIGGINS f HEALER I- NNmlttlcM, A.Trx'oit.roavH atx' x.a.av. ISI-Ir- Ilnnlunre, Iron, Het-H-C r MT. VERNON, KY. tiKriiWH.rr, Husg)' Whip, , Hhi-hcHnKKJ' WhfolM, Htitxcn, CnnnMIIK NpnKcH, dlrntrH, Clilcr RIIIIm, I.H,'eitTx, ItlniM, Corn Micllcrx, Collrins, Stonounro, MhIIm, ' .NIioch, taroccrlcH, Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combiued Plowi, Wooden and Cait Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Root-ing and Guttering will have prompt attention Arirc mum j . i TfrHl(r Il.tMIKIUIIT. i.j.diHRtm. a A.ffrllov BRIGHT GROCERIES & CURRAN, In - Courl-hou- he.-xr- HtllKUiON WhnlrNiifc unit ItHitll Dottier AND HARDWARE, HffnU JllIJGKNSWAKE, JkV. Wo run two houson, carry tho Largost Btoak in town; pay cash for our goods, which onnbloaus to soil you nlosor than any ono. All we ask is a trial. BRIOIIT & CUItltAN. (151-ljr- HUUOEON DUNTIHT, A.'xrronifE'i' ta"v, m PREPARE I BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR ' ATTOItNEV Xiandretli's ft FALL SEEDING! e, e, fcfteo o Po O To-da- Hife at And be sure you examine, before pur chasing', our line of Seeding Implements, as follows: J In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of ' FURNITURE In BUItDETT Crab Orchard High n M H 17J-t- School for Girls! It o Agricultural Society bslf-uill- e The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, The Trunip Grain Drill with Spring Seat, The Buckeye Spring Shoe Grain Drill, e The Star Grain Drill, The Albion Spring Sulky-Harroand Broadcast Seeder, The Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Sulky Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, The Moline Sulkey Plow, The Cassedy Sulky Plow. One-hors- to This line of Implements cannot 'be celled. ex- PAIR Kentucky Me-chanic- Agricultural Association -- e. 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 4 GEO. D. WEAREN. " jSrai-Mcililit Inlfrierlsarnul AnRust 28, 1883 TIME CARD. ,1 00 P. M. I 01 A.M. 1 SI A. M. STAKFOBD, XT. Tuesday Morning, .A N. LOCAL Mall train going North .. ' Mouth... "" Kipreoi train'' Mould t OS l. M, " ' Norh...., , LOCAL NOTICES. "V Iluv 1'AiMTSof Penny A McAllaler. Nick atojk of Mrtliilay canla l I'ennv A McAllsterV. HrANtunii reailjr mlxeil alnU t Mo H'jberta A Hiirr'd. J(M. Haah IIojc Cholera Cure. I'ennv A McAllaler sole "Kent. I1hani new stock of every thins in tin jetrelrv line at Penny A McAlIsier'a. Watoius, Clock ami Jewelry repair! anil warranted liy I'ennv A McAIIeter. (Iivkn up Ihat Mcllobrrt A Hikk make the beat HoU Waler In tlie world. Try it. Macuini: Oil., which will neither heat nor Riitn, CO cent per Ration. Alao extra slralnnl lard oil at Mcltoherl ArJtafK. PERSONAL H-M- Wkarkn 14 III of the fever. Miull.J.AlultdtiKiiTnU very ill t IC. liia father's. , 'iijUliiM J,H. MukI'IIV wan raid lo be Mill better vealerdsr. l.T. 1.1'CICK Yuuno, of the U.S. Navy, mi In town yesterday. Mil. I. M. lliiuci: Woul arfaiu afler a . K ell of malarial fever. V. II. Kadj, of Lee county, Vs. Ii vUiliiiK hix uncle, Mr. II. Y. Jlolibs. Mm. John Con ant, of l'moville, I vlattloe her mother, Mr. V. T. Oreen. Hon, IIiox'K Junta, mcmticr of the Missouri Legislature, wan here yeilerday. Mm. JaMrA llMwi and daughter, of Louisville, are vlilling at Mr. II. T. Harris1. MiMiMdroiuiiA and Maouii: I.I.WU, and ct Iloylr, are visiting Mm. JIlpRln Mra. Alcorn. MiaaMAHY Kay lias relurued from Louisiana and will opin school at Drlglit'a neit Monday. Hon. J.Sr.L. Mili.kii, of Louisville, and Col. Bam. M. Iluidett, of Lmcatter, were hero yesterday, Mil. T. M. Johnston, who lias heen Ick for eereral daya, lias gone to hia ftlli-er'- e in Garrard to recuperate. Mn. Hour. Lii.laud, of Lancaster, hai moved lo Leliauon, wheie he hia taken a IHxilioii with the I'lilllir Hros. Mrera Nannie Vooi, Jennie and Z.ua llaugluuan, nf Danville, are with Misses Maggie and I.tur Jonef , thia week. Mn. Jno. (I. 1'ulliam, of Harrows-bura former highly prized attache of thia cilice, I visiting liia old friend here. Mitra Cora Dunn and Linte Ilobin-o- n and Mr. Jooepli Dunn, of Lower Garrard, are visiting at Mr. Chas. Dann'a. Dr. L. F. IIcrtAlAN will bo absent during thia week and It will therefore be uaeleM for hia patrons to tall at hia office, Mn. 3. II. lluuccand bride have returned from Mercer, bringing with them Mra. Blella Lapaley, who Is now their seveie s Mil. liiaer'a bread alwayt on hand at A (nrait lot of timothy and millet seed. fare every Wednesday evening. Their 8. H. Myera'. graceful rldlnj attract much attention. Hrlght A Curran. Iley. David Fennessey, of fit. Mary's, Comiiination Door fck at W. If. Ulg The trial of Fount Tankersler, for the celebrated low Mass at St. Paul' Sunday glna'. Ilulldrra ahoilld fee them. murder of his wife and children, Is set for morning, Itev. D, M. Memlck. of Louis Wednesday at Lancaster. Fon Sale, A handaome realdence vlllf,prechnl at the Walnut street M. E. Wlllaell very cheap. V. Craig, Stanfonl. Ci.AneNCE, the oldest child of Mr. church. Sunday morning, and at the Camp Tnv the "Oval" patent churn, old on a Montgomery Lytle, waa auppoaed lo be dy- meeting al Junction City In the evening. ing last night of Cerebrospinal Menlngctl. guarantee. For aala by IlrlghlA Curran. The Archery Club, composed of young .. .ii ,m people from Danville and vicinity, were No iuin )el, and a cold wave has Come and see our handsome display of entertained by Miss Nora Glvens, of Linwhat Utile promlae there waa of the Qjitenawareand (llasiware. Twenty difcoln county, on Friday, The young ladle parched vegetation being revived. ferent designs In chamber arts, Ilright A most skilled with the bow and arrow are We nrrv competition on alovea, gralea Curran. said by gentlemen friends to be Misses Ac. Weonlr aakyoti lo come and exam1'iiom the effects of the terrible Injuries Annie anl Mary Shelby, Miss Delia ine our pricea. Urlghl A Curran. Misses Alma, Lcttle and Dettie that he received by being run over by the ctraover three weeks ago, Mr. Matt Matt Craig, Mirs Delle Chenault and Mis Ethel Home rcotimlrel broke into MIm IJelay The gentlemen present were died al 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, aged Tunstall Pcnnlnglon'a Sunday night He waa perfectly conscious of his Ap- Mesrs. A. C. Downs, John FleeO, II. W. and Mole nil the copy hooka, Ink Manila, proaching death and said that he waa rea Evans, Wm. Vaughn, Dr. J. C. Bogle, Ac. dy and willing lo go. Hia remains will be George and ltobert Pulliam. D. T. Fackler, You n account hai been due two monlha. Interred this morning In Duffslo Cemetery. Will (livens, and Isaac Shelby Jr. I Wl wait for atatement hut come and e Cs pi tola and Ilebecca Carpenter were Hustonvidi.e Item by Telephone. I need the money, H, O. al qnce, before the Police Court Monday morning W. P. Williams sold till farm of 100 acre might. for assaulttng a woman named Williams. between hero and McKinney to Ilebecca was fined $5 and Cap. was acquit"rrmAt. Notice. Having cold out, I Win. Hudon, of Adair, for $10 er acre. ted. This Is the first victory Capitols has wih all who owo me to come and cllle John I). Csrpentersold to Prewitl A Webb, scored acnlnst the Police Court during a without delay- - My hualneivi mint he clon of Doyle, .10 head I, l:'.0 II.. cattle al 5 cl- s- weary litigation extending over several ed up. W. T. (Ireen. Mlwt Day Carpenter left for Cumberland -years. Cap. think I)eai. A iliantlcii from Fort Worth, Fnlla Monday. The cltlttns met in a body bank now, Logan she can heat a Faro Powell was before the Texai, announce the death on Friday of to day and passed risolutlons of tesiect lo same tribunal on Mom'ay, lo answer for W. I. Jamea, formerly of Crab Orchard, the memories of Mr. Alex Williams and deeds done In tho body Sunday night. Loge and aonof Mra. Itunley Singleton. F. 8. Kauffman, E'q. The protracted claimed that the prosecution was mali-Tin: holat for changing the trucka of meeting at the Presbyterian church closed cious, but the proof showed that he was Sunday, with 20 confessions. boisterously drunk and spoiling for a cara ha at laat been completed at Sun- fight, when the officers run him In Loge'a font Junction and the first through car DEATHS bill wo $10 and costs. from the K. C. came over Friday. At his home in Hustonville, Friday, Miss Mattle Fisher returned Saturday of blood poisoning, Mr. Frank 8. .SriilousLY Hltor. Yealerday afternoon 21th, from Shelby county, where she had been at Stanford Junction, while carelewly KauiTman, aged 70 years. He had been In attending the marriage of her friend, Mia handling n ptatol, Mr. Philip I'otta, a business In thai place for IG years, during Ann V. Bird to Dr. It. W. Keene, of hrakrman, was hot In tho ahdomen, from which ho had accumulated a comfortable Woodford county. Miss Fisher was one of fortune and made a reputation for honesty thetllectaof which he will likely die. tho bridesmaids. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. and probity that will cause hia memory lo ai You may gueea how hot it I here when be revered. For 27 yesra he was P. M. of Wallace, returned from Atlantic City, Fri- Itia told thatan engine art fire to a gram his town and was only displaced when pol- dny. They were accompanied by Misi lot near Mra. Helm' Sunday, which itico was considered. Desldcs n wife, three Mary CheeK. Mrs. A. T. Cheek and Miss apreailing rame near reuniting dlaialeroua children, II. Clay KauiTman, Mrs. Alex Sue are yel in the East. Mrs. Martha Mc- Aliiterand daughters, Annie, Jennie And ly hut waa fortunately put out In time. Link and Mrs. T. J. Koblnson survive Mattle; the Minces Chandler, Miss Pinkie nnd they are consoled In their loss by Juimik W. II. Carson ha opened an him, Metcalfe, Messrs. Win. Welsh, J. W.Gurst, the assurance that thirty yrara of rervlco olGce In the McUoberl houe on Linca Jr.,W. D.Moore, Lucien Logan, Andrew trratreet.and ycalerday got lo work on of- In the Mailer's came had fitted him for Whitley, Sam Harlan, S. K. Cheek, and 8. tho righteous. A very large fender. He fined Hob Whitley $10 for the reward of W. Guesljliavo returned from Blue Lick tribute disturbing religloua wonhlp; Ijir, crowd pitd him the lastwhen hisof respect Springs after a pleasant sojourn of eight body waa on Saturday afternoon for drunkcnneM and Wm. Kubanka $5 days. latd lo rest in the Hustonville Cemetery. for disorderly conduct. .I chool-hoiiae 7-ael-tii --f-- Fnrit canned fruits and groceries. He also keep a good supply of paints, ol Is, soaps, perMerry la the lsnb el the hoys which echoes from IhsslJes of I lis (treat Ponthern Kipoalilon al fumes, clocks, watches, jewelry and noGo see Loalavlllf, nowln ths fourth wetkofltaaueceaafnl silalence From far an,! near kato thsyeome to tions too numerous to mention. for yourself, and be convinced that no one sro wbstcsn besesnsDil thtrs laaireal leal lo seal Boms esnis with their rarents; soma cams can undersell him. Orders filled by mall wlthonli aoms earns on their rurcnla' uooeyanj others on thetr own, Tbsyhsd taken ear ad tie to free of postage. Addreaa, J, L. Whiteaars up money to go to th Eiposttlon. A food many tioys ot ths present day soon lesrn the vsloo of head, Mt. Vernon or Williamsburg, Ken-luckl-- OIITlfall They cams to fonlivlll n XV. money, snd aa a nslnrsl eonMXuencs, they lesrn how to talis csrs of It, an.l when tbey spenj It thsy a pleatsnt plare at which to slop, ssy Alexander's new IN MEM0RIAM. wsnt talus receltetl. was Minnie Edmiston Tucker February 28, 18C0. She graduated at Tarrant College, Juno 1878; married to Mr. Tucker, Msy 81, 1883; died In John Boyle county, July 21,1883. Such are the important datei of a person whom all her acquaintance delighted born litre found only can ebesp beeausa of ths liberal eienrslon rales, tber Hotel, and light hearted aa hoys a tho trnwd tt the F.'sposlllon wllh Ihrtrebeery laugh snd boylnh pranka. They ses much lo admire Ihey see msny things ntw to tbera-lh- ey see a world of wonders to fur- ntih thsaubject of many a nrralde talk In slier years,snd sliotesll, they wont toon forget how well they looked snd feltdneacd np In on of i. Winter filled on I at goods-th- ey A Coa aulla, rorntr of Third and Market atresia, Ky. Moat all well dressed boyaatthoKimslllonorontheetreelsof foiflaf Ills hava Wen to love. J. Winter A Co.'s, corner of Third snd Market atresia, and they are walking, talking, MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Tiiin(h New and Old Thia la tho title nf an unaectarlan religloua newspaper which la being gotten out by thia office for the ICdilor, Dr. J. W. Cox, paator of the Chri-liaChurch here. It ia a quarto 20x 20 and will be filled with matter of the deepest Intereat. The firat number will appear about Thursday next. n RELIGIOUS. We sent out a number of genllo remind-er- a tnouranhrcriberi laat week lo which we are proud lo aiy tnnny are promptly responding. Two or three however, have gotten mid and stopped their paper, but wo can spare litem. A man who get mad when asked for an honest debt, they ray, la not honest at heart, and we prefer not to have such men for mbwribers. coin sountr, ha reiurned week's vliit to her aunt, Mra. Crawford. Shelby vllle Sentinel. MtM Anna Sallke leave on a vialt lo Lincoln county.... Misses Kate Main and Sallle Hawkins, of Huitonvllle, Komeracl are viiltlng at J. V. Hall Iteporter of ycalerday, y guest Mk. Will Fry Cam-ente- ANOTlir.lt accident on the L A N. la ad ded lo the long IUt recently mide. At Leb anon function, a passenger train of Lin ran Into the rear end of a freight train, home after a Den Clifford, the engineer, waa slightly '. hurt. David Kijd, the fireman, had hit left leg crushed ao badly that amputation waa necessary, and received other Injuries Stni Perry, a negro tramp, who was stealing a ride, waa killed. business The Ciiicuh. If Sunday' didn't dlrgust the people with Camp meet- - Dr. J. W. Cox will preach at the Christian chinch Wednesday night. Hev. K. L. Houthworth, of the M. V.. Church, South, commenced a protracted meeting at Crab Orchard last night. The Tales Creek Association begins Its three days seisiun today at Mr. John M. Hail's llev. William Crow lias moved to Richmond, where hit correspondent will hereafter address htm. Elds. Martin Owens and lUvis have closed a meeting at Hsxeldell, which resulted In eight additions, The former and Elder Shackleford commence a meeting at HIch Hill, In Caey,next Sunday. Iter. J. It Pceplea writes that his father died on the 22d at the old family residence near Paris, Tenn., where he settled Gl yeara ago. He waa in his 87th year. This bereavement will explain to his people In Garrard his absence. lie also wishes us to say that he will preach at Mt. Olivet next Sunday at 11 A. M. and at Mt. Morlah at3r.u. school-house- LAND. STOCK AND CROP. (Irrr a glass of Myers'. ingi and Sunday excuraions, they must be pretly far gone In the scale of decency. DriinLennese, ribaldry and profanity held high C3jnlv.il varied by a few knocktlowna Tub wife of Mr. Will Pence died Friday, and drawing of pistol. The thing closed ' of drop. yesterday, praise the Lord, and if religious Fall Oamcolm for achool girl el people are unable to see the devilment Kobt. B., Lytic. they are aiding by a repetition of these figures. worse than circuses, the law ought to take Dili line of harness, liotlom the matter in hand. llrlght A Curran. LOCAL d HATTERS. lemonade at 8. H Nv m MixiOAN Palmes Toilet Bospjsoruetlilng new.'at W. I IjJIfcRtoeJ. 1'autiri needing bran and ehtpntuQ can be aupplled by the Lincoln Mill at f 12 CO per tan. Kv remuanta of calico at fi centa per yard thta week ami dree gooda at apecitl . pricea at J. W. Hayden'a. the tiling to aay catch fiah. If you would be up with the iporta you uiuat apeak of killing fiah. . It ia no lunger ANOTiir.il Paiiiion. The Governor has pardoned young Faulkner, sen of Col J.K Faulkner, who waa with young Mock, of Doyle, charged with tho murder of Police man Simpson al Ihnvllle. We eupposo llie pardon la about aa meritorious aa the averagu one that the old fellow has ground oul, but as the law presumed the young fellow Innocent until his guilt was proven, hia friends must have been doubtful about hia ability to ahuw It, elo why thia haate to get DIackburn to pass on the case Instead and before the court? -- Geo. I). Hopper sold a lot of 200 lb. bogs to A. T. Nunnelley at & cents. T. J. Foster sold to Prewttt A Webb 1G head of 1,170 lb. cattle at G cent. J. W. Smith, of Garrard, aold one sucking mule colt to Jas. Denny for $100. J. II. Miller sold to C. II. Urcck his furm on Silver Creek, in Madison, at $50 per aero. Dcard A Duckner, of TayloMville, bought of V.. P. Owsley his sorrel phaton mare for $1 CO. Kobt. O. Hall aold to Gus McCormack SO ewe at $3. Aleck Moberly sold to time SO at $'.2 CO. Fon Sale 30 to CO from ICO to 175 pounds. T. Young, McKinney. Potatoes sell by the car load In Woodford al 25 centa per bushel and a field of nun brought $1 1 per acre. Major II. C. McDowell, of Fayette county, ha purchased from II. Durkee, New York, tho stallion Dictator; for $25,-(H)- 0. hog Good weighing ones. E. Anuthku freight train wrecked near Mt. Vernon, ycalerday, cauring a delay of 0) hour In the mall train North. thia uiorulng, I will run my omnlbua regularly to the Tales Creek Automation during'iti continuance. A, T. Nunnelley, Co.MMENCiNU The Camp Meeting alias clrcua ricur aion train waa 2 hour late Sunday and tho eeveral hundred people who took the train here itooJ. up fn the auu that length of time walling for It. The poat-oflic- e at Richmond Junction I haa been diacontlnued. MIm Jeruaha Mc-Ale- e, the-P- , M , realgned and nobody elae would take It, henco tho abSve, Mall for that Hint will hereafter be delivered at Stanford. Pcntmaitek Alvord hia rtcelved to let afler ten daya advertiae-wen- t the cirrylugof the malla from Stanford Junction to Stanford. Thia atep ii rendered urceaaary by the conatant failure of the K. C. to connect. K. C. offera a very low rale to the bvgina Next Saturday a ipecial rate of $1 40 for a round trip to Lexington will be given to all who with to eeo Jumbo, and on the 6th and Oth, tlcketa will be aolcl front hero to the opening of the Cincinnati L'tpoaltion and return for It! 25. A NAlinow canape from Inatant death oc curred near Wayncahurg a few daya alnce. Mr. Milton Goocli, aged 03, waa on horae-bac- k looking ataome men cutting down a tree when It fell In the oppoalte direction from what waa auppoaed, catching him beneath It. Hia right thigh waa broken and he waa aeiloualy Injured about the head, but It I thought that he will lecover, Tb borae wm alao badly lojuiej, The Islington Fair which iw Jamea A. Anderson, Lancaster, Ky,, JuiKir. 1II.ACK.' Last ha several head of fine graded cows and PitoTooitArii Very superior milk winter Judge J. M. Philips wrote to Judge heifers for sale. took. Jeremiah 8. lllack, requesting his photoJ. II. Miller took to Cincinnati last graph and autograph. Yesterday he received both from his daughter, Mrs. Kebek-a- h week four car loada of mountain ewes, lllack llorosby, who wrote that she poor In order, which he aold at 3 to 3 cts. found them amoug hia papers directed lo They belonged to him and John M. Held. lUldwiti A Womack bought of II. F. hint, he doubtless being under the imprca slou that they had been mailed. On (lie Woninck & Co., McMinnvllle, Tenn, 23 back of the picture ia "Your letter came at head of mules from 15 J to 1G hands high the moment of my jlepnttire. You will and from three to seven yearn old at an avHowling Green Ganever get what you want if I do not rend erage price of $175. Know, for the Journey I prnpore la long zette J. A. Judy bought of II A. and J. T. enough to keep me away for acme time GO cattle averaging 1,700 )bi., at Kxcuse lead pencil and left hand which Tracy $3 GO per cwt. He also bought 21 head of tnakea the autograph aa bad aa the photoCO averaging 1,700 lb. graph. I send you thta with much pleas- J. W. Dutnat $5 Monbecause your letter is the most extrav- Thos. QofT, 8r , aold to Geo. Decker ure agant llaltery in the neatest possible form." day, CI cattle averaging 1,085 lbs,, at $5.75 per cwt. They were the best lot yet ship, J.8.D. March 18thtj 1833." Winped from the county thia year, Scandal. For some time past, Dob chester Democrat. Whitley has had suspicions that hia wife Col. John A. Duncan aold lo N. Lehand Klijah Uaughman were more Intimate man, Baltimore, 100 head of extra Christthan persons bearing no closer relatione mas cattle for the English market, Decemthan they should be. Sunday night he ber delivery, to weigh 1,700 Ibi; price $0 laid for them and found that his wotat per hundred. He also sold to tame party fear were true. Armiug himself with a 160 head, September delivery, weight 1,550 pistol and a hickory switch, he applied the lb, at f5.G0, And 30 head at $5.37, Major latter In a lively manner to thebickof Johu D. Harris sold to same party 150 exhia fal lliles bride until the made all aorta tra cattle, weight 1,550 lb. September deof promise of reformation and with the livery, at $5 GO, and 50 head, September former aought the destroyer of his happi- delivery, at $5.60 . Itlclwcrd ltrgliltr. ness. He found him in the amen corner of BOTLE COUNTT. the lUptlst church, wearing a most sanctimonious cast of countenance. Charging Dannlle. him with the act right In the face of the The Central Kentucky Fair Associacongregation, he pointed the weapon at hi tion declared a dividend of 8 percent. Satbreast, but tho brethren unfortunately urday. aeited hlui In time to prevent bloodshed, liruce A Harlan lost a fine roan geldand the irate Hob was hustled out of the ing on Saturday, from distemper, aggravabuilding and Klijah still Uvea to continue ted by a tevere cold; value $250. We ought peihapa lo hia wickedness --The 'O. M. Hiding Club" mads up have alated in the outalart that all the par- of young ladle and their escorts, In Danties are colored. ville and vicinity, appear on our thorough- - Managed bf John B. fish. County Court business about as usual; nothing of any importance to be transacted. The Teachers' Institute begini Quite a crowd of teachers are beginning to arrive. All who fall to attend without a valid reason will have their certificates revoked. From present appearance the coin crop will be very short, owing to the drought. There Is an abundance of white oak msst In the hills. This make bacon plenty and very cheap next Mr. Elijah Denny, of Level Green.Ky. has bought the stoclc of goods recently owned by Mr. J. II. Otter, In this plsce Mr. Denny will remove these goods to Level Green and open a store at that plsce. He has always been a farmer before this, bis present venture. We wish him success. Mr. John McMullin, one of Rockcastle's best farmers, sold to Guinn Reynolds, of Pula-k- l county, 4 ewe lambs jor $4 per head; also to Logan Denny and Henry Cromer, of Rockcaatlo county, one buck lamb each, at $5 per head. Can any farmer In this county beat thoso prices? Capt. Jas. Carter, who waa conductor of the Camp Meeting excursion train, inw formed me that he had over 550 passengers on hi trip. He was assisted by Mr. Jas. Douglas, of this place, and Capt. Tom Hutchison, of Stanford Junction. Capt. Carter Is the right man to place in charge of an excursion train every time. Pleasant Clark, the man accused of house breaking, was convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary for one year. He agreed to this verdict rather than remain in jail at this place for aix months. No witnesses were introduced In the care. He will be conveyed to the penitentiary by James Crutcher, deputy sheriff, The following is a list of marriage licences issued since last report: Jason W. Count to Mary Bullock; J. C. Coats to Sarah F. Smith; William Pendleton to Sarah A. Claxlon; WaltaceLaswell to Sarah Jane Townsend; William C. Itiggs to Telltha M. Burnett; J. E. Hlgglns to Kitty Ilib. bard; Henry Jones lo Eliza Suttler; John Jarret to MUs Nannie Woodatt; J. A. to Georgia A. Payne; Wilson Smith to Martha Martin; Nathaniel Northern to ltachael Honeycutt: B. F. Harrison to Georgia A. Ballard. Bench warrants wero Issued for a number of perrons who were Indicted for selling whisky In this county at the lsst term of Court, and three of them were brought to town Friday, and put In jt.ll in default of bill. They called for a tiial of their which waa had, resulting in judgcase ments being entered against them for illegal retailing, one case each. The fine la $20 which, with the costs amounted to $29.10. The fine and coats were paid and the parlies released. Thia seems to be a pretty high tax for selling one drink of whtaky, but they will sell It, all the same. We failed to mention last week, the presence of the genial Judge from Crab Orchard, W. O. Hansford. Miss Patty Adams, of Paint Lick, Is visiting in this vicinity. Miss Ella Brown, of North Ky., is visiting Miss Cleo Williams. Mr. Beunett Wilson, of Ash Grove, Mo., an old citizen of this county, is back on a business visit. He will stay in this county a few days. Mr, Jackson Conn, a popular young gentleman of Drodbead, will accompany him to Missouri, for the purpose of making hia home in that State, Mr. J. D. Chandler, "Commercial evangel ist" is In town. Prof. Geo. A. Yates, of Covington, is here to conduct the Teacher' Institute. -- Go to J.L. Whitehead' for your school books, inks, paper, pencils and all school suppliie, which you can get at the lowest prices. lis also has on sale dally and weekly papers, leading periodicals, and the work ol the principal writers of Fiction and Poetry. If h hasn't got what you want he will get it for you in fact any book published in the United States Fresh furnished at publishers' prices. drugs and uedlclnis, tobacco and cigars, ye-iry n, "Death lie on her like an untimely frost," but, this world Is the region of death, our life truly begins when we enter the world beyond, yet the good only see death, It Is the wicked who taste it. We fear not for the slumbers of Minnie Tucker, the dreams that come (o her, If but the echo of her actions In life, will he as if Divinity had descended upon her slumbers and the blessed angels held converse with her. Never on her shall sorrow alight, for she was not made to bear what colder hearts endure through long years, till they are laid by age In the earth. The heart of that fond husband will wear the beautiful image of hts bride, all undimmed within it to the last; the devoted parents and the heart broken sister "Lids," with those affectionate brothers, will never, never, on this earth find any one lo fill the place made vacant. Minnie will not talk face to faco with her loved one here, but her sweet spirit will be near them to comfort the hearls now lacerated and bleeding. Time removes us from the graves where the mortal was lalii away lo rest, but the hallowed influence of lost loved ones helps us to lire out this life, and we know their spirit are in the realms of the blessed, watching over, and waiting for us. I have known and loved Minnie, since she was a child; it waa my privilege and pleasure to watch the unfolding of her intellect from year to year; naturally amiable and tractable, she early gave her heart to the Savior, She was a member of the Christian Church; an obedient, aSection-atdaughter and pupil, none was belter calculated to honor the name of wife. But Minnie your work on earth is ended, may your influence be salutary over all who loved you, as Ihey had to bid when your feet entered " you the cold stream of death, may each and every one so live that when they, too, cross the flood, they can aay "good morning" to you in Heaven. There we shall recognize again through the mark of their perfections, the dear familiar faces we have loved on earth. S. F. H. T. Lexington, Aug. 21, '13. , e "good-night- lltlog admtlecroente of J. Winter ACo., the foulaTllla manufacturers, who don't sell Ksatern msds wont touch them wltn a ten fool pole. Aa many of ths readera of thia sketch will take In the Clresl Southern Eipotltlon st Louisville, snd at many ol them will bring thelrpjoys along, It will amply repay to visit the cokmst establishment of J. Winter A Co, comer of Third and Msikst streets, biggest thing ol tbo kind you ever sod tska a stroll through Ihs Boys' Clothing Department, snd you will apeak of It afterwards ss ths ttwpltet upon plies of clothing for boya of any aire, ahape cr na Irom Ihs cheapest to the On -- tionality coats I, cut In all the rarest ahapca of the prevailing faahlon. Orel- - ofsll styles snd any alts, In msterltl tod price to suit sny bly we carry sn Immense atmk and our Boys' Dcpsrtnient Is complete In etery detail; tud every thing Ii manufactured In toulitllle, cut by Loulatlllo artists snd made by Loulavllle ttllort. Ths buttons atsy on, tho seams wont rip, the shspa bolda out sn J tho clothes wesr well I If Ibis is not an Inducement to at out your boy it J, Win ler A Co.', corner of Third snd Market alrcets, Loulttllle, Ky., then Ictus know what more you effect. Whcp youcometolularlllotnd youhiTsnot brought yourloy,bul wish lo remember him by a token ot tflectlon, take Mm a lull of clothes bought from us. All we want lo know Isthesge; by thl I, la Sfir, weglrtani; should wo, howcrer, tail to do this, ws cheerfully refund the money. Ice! Ice! Ice! 1 ESTILL SPRINGS ! Having taken chuga ol this famous placo for the coming aeaaon, I am now watering will deliver Ico every mornings AT ONK CENT PEK POUND, It. Aa lone aa my preicnt stock lasts. After that, Lake Ire aa low sal can sBbrd. Accounts duo at the close of each month. Stanford, Msy 7. J7. II A IIIIO II'. Prepared to Receive Guests. I have a corps of Iraloed aervanta and to furnish w ill U ablo NullHfiirlory AccoiiuuBiInUenfl To all persona In tumult nf hi..,.... Tho medicinal qualities ot these waters are too well known to the people of Central Kentucky to need a description of tneir properties. The rates of board will b reasonable. For further Information, apply to me at Irvine, Ky. Aa Admlnlatratora with will annexed of Jackson " .". JM. (litem, defeated, we wilt on 1 1 AY, ! 1HH3. at his late residence In SKIT. Ky. aell hia entire eatale, real snd Mu percoid Co., sonal, conilitlng of two tracts of land. Ont, of UO AtHtKI near (litem' Cliurth adjoining tho land of Albert tjiullh, Iho Logan brothers, (leorge Eoclcman and Wm. McAfee; aald l:nd la rich, lies well, is well feuced. well watered and In a hlch sttls of cultivation. Ths other, the homo tract, containing HtO tl'giX, situate on both aides of the Lincoln E. and lioylo r. 1. ltoatl.S miles from DauTllIe snd tud 2 miles from Shelby ind Junction Cities, haa on It a good aubtttnttal frame dwelling ot teten roonia, gooa iiaru. granary, carnage-uous- o toa other neceassrr bulldlnn also a eood orchard. sfl This tract is ccitiration and la finely adapted lo the raising of corn, wheat Ac, snd laalioagrailnglaim, haaoo it 4 norrr. fill ing apnngf, la well Icnceu ana win make t tiealra-bl- e AND home for persona seeking one. Sale of Fine Lands I'll i,ii.'.. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. II. BURNSIDE, This Old and Well Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Beputation, Propr PERSONALTY. SEW ADTKUTISEHEHTS. JIOX. A. C. TALllOTT, Ol Boyle, la a candidate for Speaker ot the next Uouae of IlepreaenUtlTes. The personalty conslita of E cowa, 1 yoke oxen, 1 bull, 2 yearling heliera, 1 buggy horse, 2 blood Appointments, or Attenmares, 33 bead ol yearling mules, 4 large work. tion to Comfort of bogs and tbout 90 ihosU; also 1 mules, 41 head of tneir Qneiti. shsres in the D. buggy, KTeral II. T. P. rt, wagon, 1 Botd , farming ulenitla, 1 nsajgage will be conveyed to sad from the depot 1 wheat drill, 1 Osborne reaper, 2 barrows rreeor charge. Special accommodations to Ac. 40 seres of corn lu shock. to Commercial Tratelers. The liar villi ho always supplied with the ekoleeat Terms liberal and will be made known on day of aale hraads of Lissom aad Ciiart. It? Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall ha Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, f geoikif. airnxs, 171-l- d j.s. airi:.s, Amlnlatrators, It. T. E. SMITH, HoniGoopatlilc l'liyslclan, Ilealdence, Clemens House; office opp. Central Mat. ltank. Special attention to diseases of women 165-3- m Notice of Incorporation! So- FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY ST. DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. Crab Orchard Educational ciety. snd children lor the past eighteen yeara. J. 1). ihli Jar. under Chanter M of tho General Statutes of Kentucky, associated tbeiuseltea together sod become lncorparated under tho corporate name of Ky., "Crab Orchard Educatlonat Society," with their Late of Chenault, Sorcrsnco A Co., Stanford, Uavlng had thlt Hotel with principal place otbualneaaat Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. & CO.. ?. x ne general nature 01 toe uuaiucss 10 ue irao and maintenance of acted From basement to garret, Importers snd Jobbers of Dry Hoods, Notloni, Ac, school la the establishment children for theeducatioo of of both sexes M7, 639, Sll Main Street, Cor. Sixth, st Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. Iiilentl to iu ii Strictly capital stoclc thttl lxi 11,600, Fli-Nt-CIt13. ICY. to3. The amount ofsuch termiandlnsuch luttill-inen- ta be paid in upon And leave nothing undone that will add to tho as the Hoard of Trustees mty prescribe after 30 daya' notice and after 11,500 shall havo been suliscrlbed. COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. 4. Tho corporation shall commence this date, tho articles of Incorporation having -been filed la A tuitible reward will be paid for Information theoflicoof theCOuntv Court CI1- of Lincoln county sodahali terminate 25 yeara from date. leading to the dotcctlon of 0. The aOalrt of the corporation are to h con(A. U. 1'endleton, rflrS. liOrillllB Are offered j ruatees, of flail, (ndorscr) and recotery of our laces, which ducted by a Hoard of nine 1 Trustees,elected by the SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS selected by anareholdera, ono said the did not account for when our agent in IhcmaelTct tolio Trcsideut thereol. Tho Trustees To patronise ine, at I htt Dim ford tiree years sgo. conrenience.auch thall bo elected annually on the first Ssturday In asNlCKSAMl'LLKOOMS, Ac', for their uw. At ro., a. 11. Chicago, 111 tho month of Jul. e, and tho first election thall be held on the firtt Saturday lu June, US I, until which time the incorporalora ahali aliall set sa a Baggage Transferred to and from Hoard of Trustees, with authority to excerciie the the Depot free of charge. powers conferred by thesrticlet of the Incorpora(live me a call. tion. w.H. lltA.NCIN. 6. The hlgheat amount of Indebtedneat or liabilI will reut at public auction before the Court- ity lo which tail corpMuillon thall at toy tlmo lubject lttclfahall not exceed f t,O00. house door In Manloid, on 7. The private property of tbe member, of aald corporation thall bo exempt from l't corporate Monthly, Ncplciuber It, 1853, debts. July , 13.23. H. A. MIDDI.ETON, It. H.UIIOUAUUII, (Couuty Court dsy) 13 Arreaor Lsnd, lying on BT A- RWM. HTUAKT. J. I). I'irrTUS, ltush Branch, to go In amall grain. The place ia W. lUDILLION, W. T. II WHITE, TIIE MOST DESIRABLE UOUTE T- Oknown ss the Jot. Jackion farm, llonds with W. K. ANDKllsON, JAMKSK1CK. security required of renter. 1CS-J. W. ALCOKN. fni-- lt Ij. J.'. ItVllIlT.K. JOS. SEVERANCE, Alcorn, 1. Notice la hereby gltcn thtt the undersigned, MUJIeton. W. T. It. While. 11. II. Bronaueh. I'ettua, Wm. Stewart, W. K. Pillion. J. W. IV. r Anuenon ana jsmes luce, nave STANEOKD, I ASAPH, - - KY. J. jtf. ROBINSON lOTJIeilVIIX. Roiurnislicd and Itcilttcil Keep it Manner, Iiiiormatioii Wanted. Mi Commercial Traveler; liviasa Land For Rent! IU. to A Fine Blue-Gra- ss Farm 2, 1883, CI2VC1KNAXI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, At Public Sale. DANVILLE And decidedly ths Popular Route, affording, does, less changes snd superior scoommodstlo it ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER I will tell st publlcoutcry the farm ou which I titutted about 3i miles from nitnford, Lincoln couuty, Immedltlely on the turnpike rotd from Stanford to boniereet.coutalnlng 175 Ac red. It hat on It a conilortablo tud cmtenlent dwelling with aix rootua. kitchen. Rood barn snd all nec essary outbuildings. It is exceptionally well wa tered, mere being s iieter uinog aprmga. uue hundred acrea of thia laud la atrlctly No. 1 and ths laa trry exresidue Is good cellent atock farm. Tnersis ou the place sn orch-aof about lot) young spple trees In full bearing of select fruit. Altnesama time and ou the premises will botUoioMalluiypcitonal property, Ulcere, t Milk Cowl, 3 Dry Cows and other young Cattle, CO well bred Kwea, 2 Wag-ogood work lloraes, 10 bead of Uogt. t 1 Jersey Wagou.s Mowing Machine and Farming IuinUuiruta itcnerallr. Alto 23 Airetof Com Inthtieidsnd s let of Hty in stscks. Tcrina uiaao tnowu ou uty 01 aaic. 172-l- d PLANING MILL COMPANY, Msnufiolurtrs of , The North, Northwest and Wett. In fact, If you come ni Ditto a trip In any dtreillo.i, your Interest will be Lett aerved by purchaalog your tickets vis &. v. nu uocinnau. run man cart; fcle-gt-nt New Day Coaches, snd handtoiarly furnished llecllntng Chair Can form tbo unequtled equlprueula uf thlt Old tollable, thereby making a trip oicr this Un one ol luxurious comfort and pleasure. Try It. TIME TABLE. IN KFFECf JULY Jl. Bodtu. No. x. 18&S. Door, Siitth, ltlintlH, Wiudow Hi'ul Door Frame. MoItN Scroll Saw tWSAN A. XtCXEVHK, IiigHt PUBLIC SALE Land, Stock and Crop I will offiir at nubile ,ala all mt Btock. Crop. Farming luipletucnte, llouaebold and Kitchen rurniiure, ac. The stork couilittof SOyearllog Mulel, to good grado but, a Southdown Itucka, 1 weli-bruMules 4 yeara old, 10 Cattle I aud 2 yeara old, 2 extra guod Milk Cowa sud Cslves, I nice Ssddls Fitly by I'tts sud lisrnns Mars, I Alkeu. 1 extra gcod family combined Horse, 1 feow and 6 1'lga. Also, at Ihs strut time snd place, if not aold privately Ufore, 1 will offer the 1'AltU where 1 now rtslde fur sals lo the highest bldilcr. It It titutted In Utrrard couuty, Ky., urtr Camp Dirk sud couaitta uf Work, Turn. lug 'LatUe Work, FloerlHg, Celling, Weatk- DreiMetl And other 8 00 Lte. Goslngtou " Falmouth.... lUtiii " CjutMau 10 4i am Arr. u 13 a lu Lte. larls......!!l IS a m Arr. Lexlngtoa..t2 tlpui Lte. I'arls. . " Mlllersburg. " Carlitle . Arr. Mayavlllo,.. . Lto, rila- - ....... it 13 am ' Winchester li 15 p w " Richmond.... . 140m " Lancaster - ..,.. Arr. Staniord June l'trU..... iu 300pm ... illpa 5 40 p u . .. No. i. No. .., ... .. IS p in p m ...... ...... C IS p in . . 8 40 p m .... 7 CO p ir . (113 pm . 7 13 p m 7 10 ( tllm.......... .... ... . It. HOpit S40piu 10 10 ......... N0tu. " lllcuiuond... " Winchester No."lT M piu II 03 put 83 p m U SO p m No. 8. No. 13. asoput a ni Lte. Stanford June 4 " Lancaster ...... 8 10am 8 50 a m WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5, 1883, erboartllug, Lumber, Arr. l'arla-..- .. Lte. MaytttlU g 30 Mlllertburg Air. Varlt. .. Lte. Lexington Building Material Alao lValcra lu to Call ou us or write for prices Wo keep a Urgo Well watered, well fencul, fertile land. Nice frame you In pikes bouts of eight ruouia, good stable and all necuHa-r- y stock snd will do our boat to please V'orllckstt, rstes and Inforiuttlou pertaining lo outbuildings. aud quality of material. tlmo, coduecllont, Ac,, call ou or tdJreis raihj bal-sTitans orlULii or LAXP.Oue-tblr- d W U. McItODEIITH, Auknt. lu pijfuieutt lo suit purebsters. for lurlher btauUd, Ky, sdjreas psrllculara, rtll un or ItAXllLl.K I'LAMSa HlhU CO., U. W.BENDEU, UL.BaW)WW, HOU.UKN. C'H.IM. 17J-1- 1 il PsovlUe, Ky, UimrdCoKy BUBMlnUoiteaL Oea'l fats. A Fit, Alt. Urjeuutllle, 840 Acres! J. lemming laiiuber ! pm ...- -. S 23 p iu 1 13 p ui " rarla. SSI p " Crnlhlina... 11 -.. 10 04 a ui 4 U p m Falmouth-- .. ., .. m 8 SO p m Arr. Ootlngtun . Ill 4 No. M Lv. Ltx. 8 04 a m. Arr. Maya till 9 00 u No. 24 Lv, llayttilleOiOam, Arr. Lsx. 20 am No.' 87 Lv. Ui. 8 13 p m, Arr. Msyttlll S 80 p m No. i I.v. Mtyttlllo I 00 p iu, Arr. Lex. 1 00 p ui S 10 p ui. An. Falmouth 1 20 p ui No. S No. B LaHbuouth 0 IS a m, Air. Cot. S 10 a iu Nos.SanBnlly bttwita lUehmoud, Lexington and Coriofton; sll others daily except Nuuday. ' Crllal t lllia t ua .. a lu ' 7 4oa ml i 8 50 a mi I ml S 30 783am xMpw lltiia 2 43pu 3 13 2 10 p w . ..,.. m S 13 p lu III a I 00 p ui..-.- . 110pm .... I 03 p lo lOOpin SSSpm .. u ...... -. .....- u ...... ......... t l.vtir. Speoial Rates Emigrants. i N. Skmi-SiHttk- li nttriirmxil . 1 V POHTIIR ar Humlar tnnrnlnc anil v.n.v.'.',"i:ML'ji'.'i. ill iVrtlrra suddenly died took tho it iiaunnnijrnra), JM nlfl trr.nlf lha HilM rrarnr Mratlne A. at, lufrxhtviluiieriAis'twiAKr. rklnto a tannor. Tho.tasncr said, in Thnrwlajr hi. Humlar Mrhonl ut oo tint Kaf II. V Mnrrlwn. Knprrlnimlral. tho 8eolcli dialect peculiar lo tlio disTiw4fty Moralirf, r J. M. BAMIST-lUtrict : " I cannn gio you full prico for an.l Koutlh rtunla;a, ntarnlnc and And all Bilious Wuht im in MR ia"art in On. Sunthllun anr niaht, Mratlna arrr; this skin; it's ower sma'," Tho reply ajtfu-lihliur.UMIn . AWi4.Uie.rt.lntv purrlr Trartalilai no nrlp-Ttric.XTr-oytMunJar a. at, K, K, Harrow Hare In Inkr, 'Ki. hir(KUi.: MWJH OrranwKfcsiNMoik. miflntrn.lrnl brho..l at Inr iTicn 21 ra. a rniffriaia. was: "That's quoro. Tlio aul homo T toacm i, nitu woro it twenty years and mnir, andniver CIIHIrrrtAN.clrWanlilp 17 trin rnnrn;,iron"aT. AM RH JOAN- rfdilnhr Dr. J. w, (,, made any complaint olmtit ilbeing ower ftnrVrnml ami Fourth 1ir.l'a ifara. flnndlr Mrhnol 1831. pit I'm tnnlr-rn M HI Jm rVirranr. Stiwrlntndrnl. sum'." We will no 'An locicin.Unl nan; r rrll allmllon loFelix McOniincll, a mcmlcr from ?5nIIYTKIItAN, Tba Mb' I her kaiirrd lo la An old man marriod a young wife, a pit, paaior runnaj rvnool at a an, John W. committed suicide, hi a fit of ITOI'H'I'OM 411' JCt'ltl ttoUj'. Brno laljunod Ifum. iwTiii. iirinirn.lrnl. Union l'rajrr Maallnaan ho after somo timo rued her bargain, Wadniwilar nlihla. nt thn 81. Cliiuloa Hotel, We romlM. I flrn Mtl.f.ctl.in, an.l whrn ilralrrj flood lo moll ra arirnnjlilnga, and gave him (Kihon. Tho doctor wh j will (It I'alrnt Klonr for WI.mi Ian ntak Ilm aollillallon I liara arrrplr,! haar,rnr (at Inch tit I ti'T enttrrown, by slabbing himself and then and period of development of tlio Bovtral ImllM or unlnlinl mral Unrolnandtlarranlmiinllra ol Ihla ramt pralM. 13 i.iir ir my dajtij'i wTngi bs called in whispered his suspicions to ellhrr llfaculties. culling bin throat, Sept. 10, 181(1 wiiiinr nti rriiama inainuiion, tna MrAI.IHTKK To nil upon my own, Kljrrt i.fh A rnriir Krlrlr lln "la pmtlJa M. A. Kepresentalivo James Ashmore, from This knowledge would probably givo a his ged tmticnt. Tho young wife, soon flnantlal aid loth wl.lowi, orihuni, lirlra. Ina-trCrWm and al(ntol lladrmanl M,mlata.n Hoimo Af IhouMnilaftlgra'ni mm, till young man, South Carolina, blew out his brnina at foundation for bouio improvement in after coming to tho Iwdsido, said am rif.ii II bnllala la arrnr inimWt.tiln It will annuall rol.ln-.- l oflhrlr A proud young mm ant 1 : "Oh, Bob, do yo know hrANnmn. kv.- alKirl ma lraura Id lira full luluiwallon to llioao Our education of young children, and Hardin, Mis., Dec 0, 1601. Tlrllmt, lltra .rrlntr.l, Mjr youth Is done, I'm twrnty-oaIraltUf It and rltmlara ahoalntf I la oI.Jmi tilth liarrln'-Man.mo, dear?" "No," Bald he, "but I am hraUh r l Elijah Hiso, Ilcpresenlativo in tho would show in whether t'io sumo system j, Damn ol Ihr odlrara, Ar. I'm oil enough In fly. HorrJ ! iim f rih utral W.B P. WALTON, . . Proprietor. V. II, HOfllKHTKH, beginning to know yo." Fortieth Coiigres', committed suicide at ought to Iw followed in all cases. HI Blanf.inl, Kj I GERMAN II. A drunken follow belonging lo BanI will venluro to specify a fow points Ibisscllvillo, Ky., Jlay 8, 187(1. Now I can Tola for rrcaldent Whlrh roalllrrlr an. rfrmilioitlr nirra I iiijio. Hlia ol MlajratOtM, Klht romnlala aria ol Horn-ttpon election day, John Whilo, lleprtscntiitivofrom Ken- of inquiry which, as it srems to me, kh gor, in County Down, fell asleep in the riMrvt(raiiMl lij Hewn nl anjr aln,l.) ArilW-tirVatlnir Inrlmllnt) xallrrf, too. an.l allillm-a-r- i Ilr.awinal.la ralra lo iimj allrartlona. AdJrraa that fcdlow a graveyard lulo which ho had wandered aaqurnraorrrlf-AIin,aAn' none win eruld tue Hunday nlghta, tucky, committed sulcido at Itichmoud, scsa sotno scientific- interest. For Urn of Kaaol at aliora. When late I ctiancw to atay, mrmorr, unlrrrwl lawlluJr. In the IWk, Ky., does tho education of tlio paroutu over nloliL Ho was suddenly roused dlrhnrMvftlilon, pmnaturaoKIimin gc, anil manr 27, 1815. 1V kit my Rtnghara apron, off, roniuinptlon A James O. Wilson, United Slates Sena-to- r inllucnco tho mental iowcrs of their from sleep by tho sound of tho early ollirrillaraara Dial lra.l tofor rlmilara anl a iirr rrl lo wear, malureitrare. SITrVnil wilh Au'on my chin 111 noon College. from New Jersey, throw himself children at any ago, cither at a very Ionian's horn or tmmjct, whirh ho nmnlala Tmn l.r mall. Tha To grow crop o' hair. mistook for tlio Archangel's trumpet on laaolj alfl r lii,or tli l.ura KJOUATItll lor 11, l,r all from his honso, in a lit of delirium, in early or somowhat stage? CtWNa win im arm iro i.y rnall, arvurrlr uriiKii',nr .STANFOICI), KY. This could, icrhaps, lo learned by tho resurrection morn, and said . acil.il, on rrfrlli(.rlri, l.r al,ln.lnj 1832, and was killed. A min, a lit) yonng man, l'. J. 4'llt.M'.V, "What I no'r a ono risen hero but mo; A proud young man aui I . 113 Ailainalrrrl,Ti-lnl.,ObioWilliam lUmsoy, Ilcpresenlativo from schoolmasters or mistresses, if n largo Holoa(rnt fcir Ilia llnllr.1 HUIm Iklow my noao my niuatatha grow With a Full Corps of Teachers, Pennsylvania, committal suicide at Bar- - number of cliildren wcro first classed It apcAks bad for Bangor." I'm oM enough to fly. A hardy postboy, with n boro throat, according to ago and their raontal attain-montuum's Hotel, in Baltimore, by ubootino: Thlilnalllullon wllloprnlla Thlrlrrnlli Htwalan , III. onlha?,l Mnndar In ritrnilr naiU himself through tho ovo with a pistol, and afterward in occonlauco with was driving his vehicle along on oxosed No mora Hill daddy'a raVt.ln' toIco, In the teeth of a biting wind. A tho education of their parents, as far ns road about 1810. Ex load aa all ouldoorr,, ALL TIIK IIRANrilM OK A passenger suggested, as thodrhcr hail ! Sound up tho chamber alalra l&nata COEMilTED John Ewing, of Indiana, was found tills could bo discovered. He go an' do Ilia tlioroa. h of any sort, that ho should As observation U ouoof tho earliest no dead in his room at Vinccnnes in 1830, THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE The younger boy. maj milk Uia coin American Aiieti, at least fasten his shirt at tho ticck with $5,212,737 81 and on his tflblo tho following epitaph : faculties dovcloped in youug children, An' fend tha alock Ibo'r hay, Ara tancht, aa wall aa pin. "A pin I" was tho reply; "auro a Hera lira a man wLo lorr.1 bla filci.da, Whlla I will llaUll brraafaat lima andos this jxiwcr would )rob.bly bo Loicpnlil in 31 years Hla Ood, bla country, and Vlnrrnnaa. I'm twtnty-on- a MUHIU. TUB LANOUAOKH. UIIAW. in U. S. exceed 31,000,000,00 in an equal degreo by tlio chil- there's no hato in a pin." Boprcsentativo Alfred B. White, of INO AND PAINTINU. An old sexton (a care-UkCtWua of a church dren of educated and uneducated persons, Ohio, commilod suicido by takiug ioi- Solid, rrnmpt ami llonoralilr. A fuimedgod man, a tail young man; and churchyard) in County Armagh, was d InaMM without ill) tlnjo' ilNcoimt. A proud young man am I; sou on tho gravo of his two children, at it seems not impecsiblo that nuy asked by his dying wife : " Andy, dear, effect from education could lo IWow inj noaa my grow Columbus, Aug. 1, 18G5. Ho was In Tuition, inlrra rant from 10 lo IM In tk Does tbo leading American BusineM. I havo just one request to mako Uforn I I'm uld anongh lefiy. charged wilh improper acts in connec-sio- u displayed only at a somowhat advanced die." "What is litiDfnl. r,lrarr, Inlrrnir-llal- a no; l'rrraloif, 110, an--l Colfrtilala, it, Betty?" "IwUh age. It would bo dosirablo to test stawith cotton simulations. I'ollclra Willi, n I'J VAKFUr. lUMCUfBHIKS. to carry mo over to my own country you For lull itlf ultra, aa to Hoard. Ar..a..lrMa James Henry Lane, United States tistically in a similar manner tho truth in Tyrone, and bury mo with my Porccluin, which linn l)eon known father JOHN H. PHILIPS, Agent. M. MKN. of tho '. 'IMIir.llKAKr. rrlurli.nl, statement that Maolnrd, Unrein Co., Kr, tlio Cliincso and Juptuicwo for ngos, was Sonalor from Kansas, committal suicido colored children at first learn as quickly and mother." Tho journey was nxty MIX orill.lt at Fort Leavenworth, nliout 18C0. CDMI'ANIE.i rrn- not mndo in EuroiMi until llio Wginniug miles. " Well, Betty," was tho answer, nwnlail at (ha aania ajrnrj. Balra rraaonalla James 8. Johnson, Bepresontativo aa while children, but that they after- " I'll try you hero first in our own of the last century, wlioti a Genniiii HI from Kentucky, committal suicido whilo ward fall off in progress. If it could bo 7 tlio art purely accidentally. green, audit ye giveony troublo STOMACH proved that education acts not only on suffering from at Owensbora, tho This rami was an aiinrontlco toan niollio-car- y i individual, but by transmission on I'll take yo up and bury yo iu Tyrone." VI, 1H73. at Berlin, when ho met with an al- Jvy., A minister who was not perliniw too tho race, this would bo a great encourACCIDRNTALLT KILLED. chemist who, in return for somo good careful in his habits was induced by his agement to all working on this rloaltltrr'a Stomirli lllitrra, lijr Incrrnilnr A numlcr of Congressmen and oIUccb dono him by hia master, promised friends to tako tho teetotal pledge. His & IUI .iwrr, nml mulrrnn tlm li) alrni subject havo mot with accidental runrlloiia uml nrlnr, I hi. to teach him tho art of making gold. It is well known that children some- health began lo Buffer, and his doctor Fralrm liv roimI woraliiKurilcr, nud Tulirlt Chicago To discover tho grand secret, ho labored deaths. times oxhibit at a vory early ago strong ordered him to tako ono gloss of punch liajmlmt illtrnae For rotiftimtloii. nnd IIvit rflmrdaliit utrtmuhim Clement L. Vollandlgham diel from special tastes, for which no causo can daily. "Oh I" said ho, 13 IIECOMKEirDED DY niYCICIAKa inccssautly ; and bo it happened that, Ll.lnrr ami rliriunalle nilrncnta, It la In daro not. Taluablr, nml It nffonla n aura ilr finer TIIK O.M.I' UHK IIUNNINII having mixed various earths together in tho accidental discharge of a pistol in bo assigned, although occasionally thoy Peggy, my old housekoeier, would tell OU1U1H lo npnlnst milarlnl frtrra, twalilra rrinorini; Citnrrlt of tho Natal nil Iracra nraurli illarmo from Ihr. aralrni order to inako strong crucibles, in tho 1870, whilo orguing a murder case at may be accounted for by rovcrsion to tho wholo porisli," or ho Car, Cro nnd Uloerntltal Catarrh or "When do you Curs! tur aala lijr nil Driinlata nutl Dralrri Thro.it. Itlatnken INTCRN ALLY, anil Lebanon, Ohio. courso of baling them ho accidentally tho taste or occupation of somo progengrucrall shovo?" tho doctor asked. "In tlio nntn UIRCOTLV upon thn Blood and ANI tMIIJI TUAIN3 Mucoua Surface of thn Sratrm. It Itobort Young, United States Senator itor; and it would bo interesting to morning." "Then," Bald tho doctor, discovered tho art of ninldmr imiccIii.il. I tho boat Blood Purifier In tho WOh'LD, nnd It worth ALL that lo Thoiufended transmutation took placo from Indiana, was killed by a railroad learn how far such early tastes aro per "shave at night ; and when Peggy brings LOUISVILLE. TO CHICAGO! cliarnod for It, for THAT nlono. not in tho metals, indeed, but in his train whilo walking on tlio track, nt In- - sistent and influence tlio futuro career you up your hot water you can tako your DHL? INTERNAL CURE FOR CATAERH KranaiNiiTitK. own person and, as if ho hail been diaiiHiKiIis, Nov. U, 185(1. of tho individual. Iron tha l. In somo instances glass of punch just before going lo bod." IWaoch ofl. A N. K. h. antra In LooWillla ITTLE Abraham B. Venablo, United States such tastes dio away without apparently Tlio minister afterward appeared to touched with a conjuror's wand, ho was rr-iIn lima to lata tha arming train of tha "Xloaua tiik mahki:tai im And wo otter Ono Hundrod Dollnnt tor ant Ilonla" aad so thnxili la all of a snddun transformed from an Senator from Virginia, perished in tho leaving any after effect ; but it would bo prove in health and spirit). Tlio doctor Cnau of unttrrh It will not Rurr. burning of tho Bichmond Theater. Dec. dcsirablo to know how far this is com- met Peggy soon afterward, nud said : (IrernriiKllr. Cranrordntlllp, Irajcttn alchemist into, potter. Tho first porce WILL. Ct'Ki: AMY CAST- ami ClilritRo ltliout rliAHgr. OlScai of A. T. Btcwibt rvx'l monly tho case, as wo should then know "I'm glad to hear, I Teggy, that your lain ur.is n.anuiacturcd was of a 21, 1811. (.'ntcaoo, III. Juno 4, itttl ( James Martin, Beprcscutativo from whether it woro important to direct; as master is better." "Indeod, sir, bo's brownish-reitrtir: y J. CSrnrt.T l Tbltiln. O . color, being mado of brown Tim: TAiiu- Crn'rmrn. I Ult rlrnairo In Ufurmln-- Tod South Carolina, was drowned on tho far ns this is possible, tho early tastes of better, but his brain's affected ; there's KTAriON.'S chy. 11.1177 that I liatn uao,l llalVa OUrrti Curti. It l,aa Iml.. - I wm wry lad nod don't Lrwluin to The power of lenses, as applied to passage from Now Orleans to Galveston, our children. It may bo moro beneficial Bomolhing WTong wi his mind." 'hat . It will curt any cian ot Catarrh If uLeo I.ra. I.ul.,11!.... It ps' 3 tC ant ur NOV. 10. 1857. . Air. (lrrixall. ... I a ITurwrlj-Ho WttS tho fillln.lnr nf that a child should follow energetically " How ?" Why, doctor, ho used to shai o Yours tnilr. t tl pu s telescopes, and tho liko, ' t'ri.lordiilll... Jojani 1 M uu Bttlc Hmdacho anil nllcro nil Iho trooUra Inr!. J. U WtUTncBroto. tho Southern Quarterly Jfcvlew. was discovered by a watchmaker's apI! .Vf!",u somo pursuit, of however trilling a na at night beforo going to bed, but now ho ilf.it to a Inlioa-- atata nf tlio rvrlitii, rurh aa lln WtlltTII OlO A IIOTTI.i:.' IJP ,'lilrvto . IIOiiii U ni R VrnruT, JarkMn, )llrh., Joshdi Stoddard Johnsou, Senator ture, ana tuus acquire pcrsoverauco, ehavca in tlio morn, ho shavas lcforo r In lUaMti, . lmwainra, Iiuinva afiir rallnir. TnlAtrh fi.rlMjrrara. IIjII'h wrltra Ilnni luail prentice. Whilo holding Hitectaclo Whlla llirir moat ruuark-MtJ'i.i Ilia t l A1'aUrrti Cum curat Thani.aldlmt roulr,I with nnlr oita iliiu. of ancua lm L. u aliown Iu curing dim. Comklrr It worth $ KluO ft l.illlo. glasses between his thumb and finger from Louisiana, died Moy 19, 1813, than that ho should bo turned from diuncr, ho shaves after diunor, ho shaves lnla la tt wwwin, .ii. lUvnl.. luwa, b hnltlA. iara,loall I Tr4d nil Ilnureiata nt 5 rt Kur luilbrr lulurniallou, add from tho effect of un explosion of gun- it, becauso of no futuro odvantago at night bo's ayo sliavin'." Manufartuml noil anl.Oir V J ClIliVKV UO. Ntlttul,tc MUlllLAY lio was startled by the Buddenly-cnlargeKf.l.I.KlL 11 I . IcUillvirtotora, Tt)IXl6, OHIO. loulnlll.,, Kj A minister liad beconio very fat and apiKjarauceofancighboringchurchspire. powder on a Bteam imckot on tho Bod to him. I will mention one other small river. for aala In HtinlorJ br lVnnr A UrAllalrr. Tho Bwayiug to and fro of n chandelier point of inquiry in relation to very young paunchy. "Oh," said an obscrrer, Y.lual.la lit 1 oii.iij aam, rurirtg anil prrvmling Charles J. Julian, Senator from Dela- children, which may possibly prove im- " it's nothing but church extension." in a cathedral suggested to Galileo the thla annoy Ins r.milaiiit,liiinthir lforrrcl ware, died Oct, 17, 18C2, from injuries portant with respect to tho origin of .f too atomarh. rtlmnlata Ilia lltrr alldiiainlir application of tho pendulum. Mezzotinto, " What was tho text the day, Jomio?" BDdniruUietl.aUiw.la. Ki.nUH.xoDlcurid a particular method of fine engraving on received while experimenting with a language ; but it could bo investigated was tho question asked ono Bunduy afterwhich ho had invented. only by persons possessing an accurate noon. " Wcel, it was that ono where copper, owed its invention to tho simplo I)K. HOUICIDEH. musical ear. KEMEIHKS! accident of tho Children, oven lniforo tho apostlo delivered Hymenus und of n sentry There havo been members of Congress thoy can articulate, express somo o( Philctus to Satan that they might learn Arlio Idry rconld benlmort prlct rrm to Ihoao who becoming rusted with dow, Tlio art of FOR THE MILLION. rnir, r from tills dUtrcMiut; cumplalut; bat (talithographing was perfected through who havo killed men not on tho field of their feelings nnd desires by noises in not to blaspheme,' ' " Noo I'm thinkin' bataly their KtKMjnceado'-- not TMB CHEAT will Ond Ihrm. llttleiiUla MANUFAlTUUb'U IIT W. K. IIANN, M. P., different notes. suggestions mado by accident. A poor honor. For instance, thoy ho could na gio them into waur hands." v ho nocu try that Ihcy will not MwIlUng U Uo wlUn,ut Uicaj, liutallcraJlaukbdut Henry Daniels, fiQin Virginia, shot mako an interrogati vo noiso, and others of musician was anxious to know whether Harper's Drawer. MONTICELLO. KY. at Mount Sterling, assent and dissent in different tones ; and music could not bo etched upon Blone hia brother-iu-laTha world I. HIImI wilh ih. imi..l,r.il lI..n. Ky., in 115, as tho result of a quarrel J it would, I think, bo worth whilo to as as well as copper. Aftoi ho had preMORE CAUriNO. ful and Inlrlrala Inrrnllona ol man, jrt all tha coiuMnrd Ulrnt and itrnlu. Ib.l Ih world haaTT-- tr Daniel Hickles killed Philip Barton certain whether there is any uniformity pared his slab his mother asked him to A splendidly gilt dining-room- , with la that:no of ro mnjr llrra thai here It whrr we known In, nrirr rodur,l any thins- - that ran in different children in tho pitch of their almost nothing on tho table to cat, was make oar crrat Lomt. Ou JiUli euro It whilo rouinara with l)r. 11. nu. ir.,.in. . mako a memorandum of such clothes as Key, Feb. 28, 1859. clhrra daunt. l, lallnl In dlworar aklllandHlruraliaie.aa Bichard Weighlmnn, n Delegate from voices under various frames of mind. Carter' LltUa lit-rrDla ar Trry amall and any thlufniual Iu thrui . I.r tha rura uf Hi. dla- she proposed to send awoy to bo washed. tho jieculiarity of a Boston miser. A lor which tbay ara rmiiuunhlnl vrrjtmj tiiiAar. tjnopr two iwiiairiakt-auoikNew Mexico in tho Thirty-seconA. Ih.lr Cony ara atrxilr Ti.:itMo and do Hot crliio cr aaa wag was invited to dinner on a certain Chaiiles Dauwik. Not having pen, ink and paper conven'ili riurianu u m aro .raiam iiy IIhiuuii.u throurli-ou- t Ir liarci. but a'lxm t.karoallw Ibalrnglhand ul Kk.it, July 19, 1881. andaa ient, ho wrote tho list on the stone with gress, killed n Santa Fo trader with the occasion, and tho host asked him if ho uaothrm. by tinaHnllrii.la; nru furf 1. BoLl Ktan.Iard r'aiullr Lrradlh thrytha land, ba 1 in cannot filter from Charles Darwin of AV didn't think tho room elegant rrllwl, an I ar. lull r aulalanllalr-- l by tha alronr-M- l J CtuQ.l!!ts vruy wuur, or aiut Ijr uulL tho etching preparation, intending to same knife with which ho cut a cadet tratlmunlala. mako a copy of" it at leisure. A few comiado at West Point nn act for aland, to Mrs. Umllij Talbot. "Yes," was tho reply, "but it is not CAKTElt MKIIICINK CO., New York. I'or Uuugba, (Vlda, Croup, llronthllla, t'omuun-lio- n and all Itlwaaraa ot lha Thruat and Luoja, Wlltioul Change and wilh Speed Unrl.al, days later, when about to clean the which ho was expelled from West Point TIIV ICIVAI. OF THIS KAXSAH 1IOF. quito according to my taste," now xo xiikat Vho Dr. (Jhiiii'm C'oiikIi Njriip. "And pray what change would you btone, ho wondered what effect aquaforl'F.U. SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROtiTE Iu tho neighborhood of Tumkiua an make ? " asked tho host tis would havo upon Another individual attempts by runHo applied tho rOll LOUUVILU TO TIIC For Urrr Cuidlalnt,tyaKla. InJIjwIlon.Jiun-dlrConitlatlon, Nur hlouatb and all Illlloua acid, aud in a fow minutes saw tho writ"Well," ho answered, "if this were ning and yelling to catch his cow or army of caterpillars, hundreds of thoulilaraaai, ing Btanding out in bold rolief. Tho eous. Why do theso naturolly gentlo sands Btrong, was marching acres tho my house, yon know, I would have," lino OF ALL fUaiui'H Cure. next step necessary was to ink the stono ituimah run away from .him 1 Because railway lino, bound for o now field of looking nt tlio ceiling, "less gilding," Kor Ithruinaliiiu, Nrnralfla, Ppralna, HrLlara and and hero ho glanced furtively at the aud tako off the impression. Tho art of thoy remember full well that on former oats, when tho train camo along. Thou allcalloa lor manor etching upon glass was discovered by a occasions, when ho has succeeded in sands of tho creeping vermin wera dining table, " and moro carving." crushed by tho vhoels of tho engiue, r line Dr. iiiiii,M MiiIiiiciii. accidentally letting a few catching them, a scries of blows from BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Mast prcochors sock to impress their somo heavy cudgel has been their re and suddenly tho train camo to a dead drops of aquafortis fall upon his spectaIn ralaea Cara Without Cbanfa. Forllln, Hruorrholda, Uurut, I'Ulula and all POE MAN AND BEAST. alnillar dlwaara, cles. Ho noticed that tho glass became ward. Is there not boiho belter way of slop. On examination it was found tliat hiurers with the fact that lifo is bhort, SHORT LINE TO THE EAST 1 r or mom timn n Hunt orn century tlio corroded and sof tonod where tho acid securing tho good will of our herds and tho wheels of tho cngino had ltccomo so but forgot it iu their sermons. Froai Loulirlliau Vhv J)r. Gmin'ri IMIo Oiiilniviil. had touched it, and that was hint in managing them as wo wish? Thero greasy that thoy kept on rovolviug with!iuciiraririiitaufr i.iulmaiitnagticeri over tlio world na roil tiik roiyo avtiwu. Kur Freah Cuta, llurna, Ulcra and Old Born, tlio only nnlo ml Unco for tlio rullof ol Hero is encouragement for tlio young enough. Ho drow figures upon the is a hollow placo on tlio head of every out advancing thoy could not grip tho nun num. It la n. millclnc Vho Dr. (Iiiiiii'm Illllvr-MwcalHivo Jirlco mill prolao the heat of Ita author. Scrlbner's, Jlurpcr's and tho glass with varnish, applied tho corrodcow, just behind tho junction of tho mils. Tho guard and the ouinne-drivoa Ai.oti ol Dili (Vm..nr for lalra, roul.a llilud for tvery form of external jialn Ol 11 1 men t. Ar. 1. B.P1I a immediately procured sand ond strowod Atlantic magazines get each day enough "inr r, U10 ing fluid and then cut away the glass horns, which is commonly full of dust, Ill toula.llla.'ata Uho Dr.a!iim'r7r7ioiHiU'Ii IIIKci-- h around tho drawings. Whon tlio var- short hairs and tho liko, causing tlio it on tho rails, ond tlio train mado a of origiual matter to fill Uie eutiro numfresh start, but it was found that dur- ber. Beside this Harper's has about A ItrllaMa Toole. Apitlicr and lllon.1 1'urlHrr, animal an itching sensation. nish was removed tho figures appeared It is n and aw turra ly Indlrratlon, Llrrr sourco of oxtremo ploasuro to tho cow ing tho stoppage caterpillars in thou- $35,000 worth of matter that has been laiscd on a dark ground. tuiuplalut, Malarial Un8tailirl.llllmf.ntl! wllknntnn v.,..w. and all Bd . ilodlral ....... m.1 UlaMara. Uanufaclurid and far aala by 11 liraiciraita iir.li ami muarlti tul to havo tho Bpot scratched, and sinco sands had crawled all over tho cngino Accepted and paid for, and which is Tho shop of a tobacconist was destroyed tua vary lione innkinn tlio conllnu-- l and over all tho carriages, insido aud waiting for a chance to bco tho nnco of iialn uml liirtnimnutloii lninoa-by fire. Whilo ho was g azing dolefully from its location tho animal cannot reach "w. OrAxrisr, Ibln. KJMX'.Tb'.nf,,'!'1 &. per. light The other magazines havo a prorow .ropri,ior. Monllcello, Ky. arTAII orders lliiillnitoCrt-ulloi- i into tho smoldering ruins, ho noticed it, henco wlion her keeper approaches out New Zealand uruciiually wonilcr-- l .?i by tu.ll will rrcalra livuipt atlantlon. 'Vi'Vi ""' 1ulc't Hou froia Cletln. ' I ful. Tho Mexican U-portionate amount on hand, and yot tho WM( If too that his jioorer neighbors woro gathering her, either in tho stablo or in tho ast- A Pit ACTIO A L ANOKL. young author who sends his first manutho snuff from tho canisters. Ho tested ure, an era of good feeliug may be It had taken him some littlo timo to script td thoiu is mod it ho does not reif duo attention bo paid toscratch-in- g tho snuff himself, and discovered that OHIO MISSISSIPPI B. W. bring his tongue in full accord with Ids ceive a chock by return mail. OHIO Detroit this hollow spot If, at your first mind, firo had ltrgely increased its pungcuoy llJnlmrnt la rccilcil lv Bomplimiv i.. but ho finally stammered out, Free J'rets. I OTery Ikmiso. approach, the cow is a littlo shy, offer JJvory day lirlnm nuwa of and aroma. It was a hint worth profit- -' "Will you will you wander dowu life's 10 ITourB I ...V MltMMr ,t. Ml. .ITIHI III- ing by. Ho secured another shop, built her from ono hand a nubbin of coru, path, your hand in mine, whilo tho godlautxIauU, of rhauumUa iruin martyr. "National calamities," says tho or 0. aaliiahln li,rN - ... whilo with tho other hand you gontly a lot of ovens, subjected tho snuff to a eaby UiolicalliiuiKinurofluij dess of lovo'sings siren songs to us ? Catholic Bishop of Littlo Bock, Hour, atirad of all olbrr llnaa. heating process, gave the broad a pecul- scratch tho particular spot in her head Oh, will you bo my own, my augel ?" llomaii " uro tho effects of iiatiouul sins. Wo Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. iar namo, and ia a fow years became mentioned above. In a vory short timo, " Well, well, wouldn't 4IallyTitlna,wllli no clianga ot can far aur look well as an oro a prosperous people, bun can wo I Tba only Una runningrich through on accident which ho had whenever you go iutopasturo, tile whole angel ? Boo here. If you want mo to say that wo aro really virtuous? Aro Ca'rlf T"'1" l ,ul"lll. J'Uir iTrklch pwiil)r rurna eucU nilrncnta of ut first thought hod completely ruiued hcr4 will como to you to havo their marry on, to mako lifo happy und thero not great reasons to dread that HUMAN FLlJill aa PULLMAN NEW SLEEriNO OARS heads scratched, and you will soon Iw him. Tho cotutxttition of which printing I Hljouiiialliin, NiTelllnca, OtlrT l'.'.lln.lM!.i0K"".""14 hoan ' homo pleasant for you, to keep tho wo, tuo, shall not escape punishment as '" 0M '"tn1' rara" eatisflcd that it is os easy to ltuvo tliem ..w...it ,,ii,HoKi, Avauaciea, jfurtia rollers ore made was discovered by sin nun nruin, auia, iirniioa uml Jiousu slicked up inco, to cook you Tralna lo I'alru, T hour a people, if wo do not coriect, in time, than ' follow you as to resort to driving and gular accident. iZ!'.r"'"". 'nlnoitoita Itllra ami A printer, not being Una, and no t bauga of Jar" meals, to preside at your (ablu those terrible abuses that are creeping a, ), r,,.K., Biiaini, Nuita, llrr.a, t obis to find the pelt ball used in oldeu loud iioImo. American Cultivator, "r"- - N" llilalna. tfnim '.rVfroraucTnn1.,!: aud ot tho piano with equal ability, to into tho body politiu and destroying its Hum nillllllta. t'aL .uat. uml times to ink the typo with, substituted a llmltail turry form or vtcrilut ill.. r,OlllMVllltSC'iH('lllllHHHMtlI.fX Tiliiint is a ieculiar religious sect iu euro for tho children and bring them up wholesome life, wholesale bribery and 12 Hours lyuiihaf" ""n rM,, arura. .ii.a. llio 11ULTI1 C'lUIATIOH 1 CUITfl pieoo of soft gluo which had fallen out Bussia which is lllKlOH, )'., or iinrnt rlinniit characterized by rare bright and smart, and to help you uiuku ever increasing corruption ? There is Miilaliia. Timaoo aitalmiv. hlllk Kansas Cltv T,i of a glue-poIt was such au excellent purity of doctrine und practice, endeav- tho most of yourself iu this world, I'll a manifest waul of high priuciplo and of Dl'uiiuilrr, ll.rnca. Kuix, J..ln,.. . llnuf , 1'oot Hut, NrrctVoiu,Nal,, substitute that, after mixing molasses oring to live iu tho closest possible jilid luiud with you." "That's just thu hottest public opinion. Tha It. Jb H . la tha only Una conaiuri,, nrrHirurv. aaiuu Train, fruiu tloilnnatl la Hi. Luula. liaklui dlril.1 with the gluo to givo tho mass proper formity wilh the iNtiii, TI11u.l1, IIHi.lMtua, priU'tieal sort of on angel I thought yon loiter of tho scriptures. ConnectlDf la tauia drii with ful Ualu. lor Old Num. I'.ill i:vll. I'll,., .......: coiisisteuoy, the old polt ball was en- No member is A lady who lectured in Dead wood ou tha Malit ami errry ullirr alliucnt icriiiittcd to iossesa nny wan. 'Jine.'" taluarJouiu,,,, luilwiyi Cliltaiu A. Alton uiii.ur Ilia tirely discarded. triiicu ina Water tabbies, em- property lieyond tho frugal noods of .... .. ll...ltn-..- .. ' a .. ruadi t'blta "VRUhotio Oulturu" was astonished ut UlaMa uml Nliitli Van! ara lUlila. f?.V"H""r yuiory Itaiiruad; Ka vkua d nli.?1". ployed in tlio wanufacturo of waved and 'IllO filaalraii alu.luuir I.li.li,,.,,. crowd thut turuod cut unPurity aud chastity are auioug TiiKgiavoof Fruuois Soott Key, tho the imiuviibo I'.illln ..1 ...' "M"MI " loul.4 alwuya (iiri- - uml nuvnr lUsuj'jioJuU j The Direct Kouto to Lynchburg, Dan ;;v5lu;u.6.'F;auu:l.",SI,t.v.", Kail watered silk, was invented bya man who tho first requirements. , nwmiwi, It siifllcieutly uutlioi of thu national uuthuui, "Tho til she learned that tho people thought ville, Norfolk, got his fimi idea frotu.tbe spreading of a duhcritH the brutal that "losthetio culture" was somo kind ImprMi Thl Upon Your Memory. character of tho StnT Banner," is ut Fiederick, squirt of tofcaacospit on a staooUi floor. surrounding imputation to say that tho Mil., mid is iiuiiiiirkod except by a single of u now mixed driuk. Tha 1, GHMerctyl, ClHikmtti All Virginia and North Carolina ran a.tO.Jj.M, rara tba only Una 'to USu Iron, l.uiluu.ll throu.U OF ALL followers of tins sect have been subjectluit iwtli liumo, ugu mid date of death. Points. Tim lumber of empty housos in ed to much Miffering and persecution OUAHA StMtuk AlMIMt 9M.M0 A The Fur tlikrl. and lurlbtr ludinaatluo. Pflf to Irtugtheuinc proper- - Dublin is double thut of any year sinci by them. yournaaMt llilatbiltiw.or addiraa for iwrtrwctfaag hw t,WQ lirs or Jron, combined with other tonic I SCO. A thousand dollars u year will children. -I- NrkiiMtiii l iMi uf.i..t .i jd JAMIM '. KHNNT. Kdfa)' Kttelrie Light I wo4rful I J. T. Morrlauu, ul Wwlulnglou, IuJ., nil oo am a moat perfect nervine, aro found in (i vat a splendid obodo tlioro. ClnclBnatllaJK,WA,l,,:rrt.a,I1,u 310 W HhIii HI., lioulatllla, Ky W W. TKAUODY, dUcovw r.Wt Bt m wciffiil as Hall' bollli ul llrow IT Kipoctorant worked likciruiru Csrtrr's Iron Pi Hi, which strengthen the 703 KAK OS BIAST. w 11 HMATrnr. ,. . - .. t. iumiHiiF, iiviaruimureabuiawanu&rimcu- - nerves and hod, a tul improve tbe blood t). W. KMITH. & M0 IrallitquatUUa. UMarfH iitM, Knurr, the German cauuou-makeA UcAIUttr, H. W. ri)I.I.KK. luMlabr 0fH'ur .. ia.aalBYfnrtmiAmF-aa. O.U'I Hauuar, Isianlurd, Uau'l 1'aaa'r Ag't. and couplexloa. employs 13,000 uiuu, J, l. HILL, l'.uo, aUchwosJ, Vlrlula. UUM Kj SKCN-OTHXi- XY. Aitat VOXOHItjt.lloX.lt. SVICIDK.1. Thorn havo lieai n numlwr of members of Otmgrotvi who havo committal suicido. Hay wood Chniincy Itlddlo shot himscll 28, 1883 through tho head, in Tennessee-- , olwnt 187fi. Ho wm undoubtedly inssno. Jnmoa lllair, n IUpmontntivo from Bouth Carolina, blnw out his brains at a boanliug-houson Capitol Hill, April 1, o tmk KAnnt.r. DrfAti or isrjxrx rvt.t.0,1 tll'.XIK. III Vr.HTEHIM.1H rM horso HVMOH. Wash-Inglo- .' rrsponra to yonr wish, I havo much plea.uro In oxpresr Ing the intcrvit which I feel in your investigation on tho menial mil liodily development of infants. Wrv littlo is nt present accurately known on this nnbjcct, and I hollo vo that iwikkil observation will add but littlo loour Knowledgo; whereas tabulated rwulls from a very lariro nnmlier of obscrva- lions, systematically iniide, would pnib-ablthrow much light on tho sequence Madaiii In Oonnty Dowu n counlryman bal whe iWKk L In.? aUlllC HI AT,i- -Ktf fit 1MfflLaM j i nil nut rim p n i. r hn ik f unv iti, IVMiinr ftittlfr. """ CHDRm RIRRfTflRT. V. l f KTH0rtlST,R0UTII.-H.I'aalnr. II. 0. Morrlwn, Wrights Indian YeqetailePius llanc;i-utor.lr'rri7- a LIVER 11 1 Complaints . Ar-noo-n. . TO THE PUBLIC - Mutual Aid Society (IHIMIINO.Ii OPERA. HOUSE, -- ra 1 o ROBBED l INVIG0RAT0R ff tllr. "f Ht-p- LIVERPOOL moro-advance- d i.l ll. Stanford Female LONDON s, & GLOBE neck-clot- " lA IiiNiirnncc Coniaii,v y. tians-mitte- TERMS MODERATE. lTi tsu-tac- ri often-repeale- d KIIiST-CLA- l, HALL'S Catltr-Chron- WN411V ItOIITE. l-- a Ratarrh Rure Louisville, New Albany Railway. "I PiiUiiian Palacu CARTER I liv-a- Kn-It- N PILLS. IVER d . opera-glasse- CURE t -. r m-- 111 111 f SfOK Ibt-i- ir riflo-canno- n gun-barr- HEAD ACHE Afflicted, Attention GAM'S jGsMvi'g&NASHyijd Through Trunk Line uni -- it THE BEST a, Ir. l l.Urr SOUTH & WEST glass-cutte- LINIMENTS cr vt aifiJ!aBneswa ia Led MEXICAN Irla. Don't 1 Astray! ja ,! 1 D k:. 2. x., ll KM 4 MUSTANG CHESIPaMC Kentucky's Kouto Eust i Cliiclimutl to St. Louis! LINIMENT lo A SOLirTTRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. 3NTOOT 3 2 2Ialy " J-i- !f Z """ a. Y 1 t. ""v,1" "I''! "SToirJia . sauall THE BEST saol rM Jtt LINIMENTS 1 -- Jimt, ..- iB.