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Semi-weekly interior journal: August 31, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883083101_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: August 31, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Send - Veeklii JBlefinf VOLUME X.-NUMBER mifmL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1883. DARBYS 177. LINCOLN COUfJTK lie scene an upon the one In lllchmond 2 PLISA8ANTME8. years ago, with rpectal delight, and that Huttontillt. A maw ia known by tho company ho there was "joy In heaven," beside the The meeting at tbt place conducted great joy of our Heavenly Father. To lie byltevs. Joseph Evacs, of Psris, arid I. H. keeps) out of. W. . WALTON, Editor and Proprietor Wltc ho enmo homo tipsy lio told his sure all other Joys are "no joy at all by McElroy, the pastor of the church, closed revon of the fay that eirelleth;" but still at noon on Monday. Mr. Evan did the vrifo lio hod been out eliorryinuling. I'libtlnhfl TiirarfiiV nilif they have Tliem, I do not doubt, and ec- preaching. He Is an earnest and effective To mark a successful run for office n static toy they are. Pursuing my usual man and won the esteem of all classes and man roust imitnto mow. Ho must coino fVJ.PM, A.NNUM. custom of Introducing my friend in alt denominations here. One result of his down occasionally, to my friend In America a fast a I labor will probably soon be apparent in the " I wmn I won a pudding, mamma," riM Joo't sn.l stamp In payment of sub- make them, let me preient the dear Hart extinction of that old church debt which "Why?" "'Canao I would havo a lot leltt in whose house we are sojourning has sat like an Incubus upon the Huston-vill- e scription, except lorusattnsne., ind tben f ! of sugar put into me," for August. The father is a minister of chinch for several years and drained Dornlnitloni not peer Ihrx swats. is only after long reflection that I I think, at any rate he like a vampire, the vitality of the organithe Hcolch Kirk, preaches regularly, though having no reg- zation. The Indication are now that the go to an cntortmilmcnt with nny young "limn," said tho maiden to her mirror. BEYOND THE OCEAN'S WAVE ular pastorate; and also teaches a private worthy young pastor will find the difficulWiikn n woman leaves n man who has school, being a ripe scholar and loving to ties of hi labor greatly diminished inconnot earned his salt for yenrs, lio immediA grave, stately, handsome sequence. Instruct. i" 1MIA.IHM Highlander, with (lowing beard and deep It wa my fortune to pass on Sunday af ately advertises that lio will pay no debts Bolmiiiitii Housr, 1 voice, of whom I sland just a little In awe, ternoon near the Goresburg Camp ground. If of her contracting. lIiaiHlATE, IiONIttN, Auk. II, '83 J though not in the habit of conceding that the crowd surging and seething and swelA certain gentleman must havo been JVar alert I much lo many of my fellow in the minis tering, drinking, drabllng and dicing there ycry proud of his wifo when ho des Msjorllurnam nJ 'Tut," returned try, who have in their zeal knocked me represented "a religious meeting" then I cribed her as " lieautlful, dutiful, youth from Holland, Weilnewlaj, and made their about so much, that another class of feel think the church would lie advanced In ful, and an armtiil." way up to lll;lifrate In a driving rain, to ing I aroused. The gentle wife is a lajy point of dignity, decorum and decency by Eli Pcrkikb says Texas ia tho largest Cnd "only Hie women folks" at home. At "every Inch," whom we alt love very espousing a mitigated form of Infidelity. Hackney meetiState iu tho Union. Now tho Stato will the hour for Marling to onr much. The children son and daughter Messrs, The very sudden deaths ot havo to lo surveyed nil over again to r was romethtng almost are a splendid pair refined, accomplished ng", the Williams and Kauflman excited the deep terrible, and I went out to call a ctb for and lovely christians. The daughter ha est feeling In this part of the county, and ascertain if that U no.7'exaa Siftlnyt. the conveyance of my little woman to the finlthed her education and is teaching; has called forth expressions of universal "Tina is a Bad commentary on our atatlon, which here, Is what Britons call though now, on her vacation, in Paris, with sorrow, I give a short card emanating boasted civilization," a tramp despond "ten Minutes" from 'ftjlselrth House," or a Mend, who I a worker in the McCall Irom a people who sincerely sorrow over ingly observed, when ho discovered Hint about f of n mile. I could get nothing Mission, In that great and wicked city, (A this unlooked for visitation and hope you tho linm ho bad taken from tho front of niarer than the railway atatlon Itself, and terribly prepositional sentence that, but let will give II room In your columns: "At a a shop was a wooden one. before the could get down, I wn obliged !(, go) The son, Vernon, is a grand felmeeting of the citizen of Hustonvllle, A I'EIifkct jam ia modo of plum, and to depart on the lait poealble train, to get low, immensely tall, full of life, very held on the evening of the 27lli Inst., for yet a perfect jamb is never out of plumb. to the meeting In anything like lime, leav- bright, and one of the finest scholars of the purpose of expressing the sentiment of "Think of it," says tho Emigrant Gaul, ing a menage for her at the cab aland, lo his sge In Kngland having won the prize this community in reference to the two "and yot Frenchmen are expected tc return home, nod I would get along a best for (Ireek at Oxford, this session, over all members suddenly called away, a com- writo good English just tho aame," 1 could. A It was, I waa in minutes lale, competitor of hi year, iu a sharply on- - mittee consisting of F, M. Yowell, Eward " A good husband makes a good wife," given tue and the congregation had almost tested struggle. He is no mere book worm Alcorn and J. A. Iiogle was appointed who says a philosopher, bnt he stops there, up for the evening. Hut the LOUD gave either, for In the drawiog room there ia a submitted the following action; to wit: and don't say what he makes her do. a Mewing, de.pt le the thin attendance, and great silver cup.thal he bore off afCrickcl;" llV.rrtai two of our oldest and most 10 confeMlona filled u with grateful joy being as good at hi hat aa at his books; esteemed citizens, Alexander Williams and Probably build tho ilro for him in the The mualc wa "awful." A brother Marl- and knowing as well how to feather an oar Frank H. Kauflman, have been suddenly morning and sit up late for hits at night. ed a hymn a mile loo low, on the first as to construe k Greek hexameter. He called from the icene of their labors; we, " What kind of a mark is that 1 " said deem it due to the memory verse, and another brother, attempting to went with his sister Jeanle to PsrU, but re who survive, of the deputed to their afflicted fami- Magrndy to his friend Talthorpe, pointremedy the matter on the second alsnsa, turned dsy before yesterday and is one of lies and to the wishes of the whole com- ing to a scar on his face. " It's a quespitched It a mile too high, aa Is nearly our family circle for a few weeks. He is a munity, to give utterance lo a memorial tion mark," replied tno other ; " got it the caie In these ezlemore chiogea grand chrlstlsn, withal, and I hope will tribute through the press. for a&king a man ' if it was hot enough We therefore gladly bear our testimony tnrtmtt, and no, before we got through, we make an Evangelist, yet. He bull years to the worth of these friends whese pres- for him.'" Puck. were all prepared to appreciate the absent more at Oxford, and is "pitching into" his ence we mis so sadly, and whose departure Scene : bridal rccption. Several ol clinician and the silent "Utile organ." books, again, with an appetite sharpened we so sincerely mourn. They were repre guests, after shaking hands with the IUghgale, by hla Isiy trip to the French Capital. men men who had won the the sentative The Major and eon had left warmest regard of 4 laree acquaintance bride, and all speaking at the samo time : for their hotel before the return of Will So we introduce you lo our last batch of Bndo who were among the few who still sur "Wliero is tho bridegroom? and myself from our respective meetings friends, and hope yon will like them, as and almost tho last ol their generation. vived naively: "Oh, ho's tip Btairs watching He alto bad an experienced relate. Start- we do. We give the families of both, assurance the wedding presents." ing foi hla gospel lent with hi "baby orWc have a neat lawn and garden in the of our aincerest sympathy and respect say, when does this train leavo? " hl ahoulder the rain overlook rear of the mansion, and back of that the fully remind them of the consolation gan" on found in the fact that their loved ones ism him, miu iheller, mm umbrella, sans ssslst-an- t; boys plsy ground, where a few abandoned ed away after a long and useful life leaving "What oroyou asking mo for? Goto the conductor ; I 'm tho engineer." " J the wind blew open the unlocked top; balls, an old cricket and a di- no stain upon their memory. the torrent poured down upon the exposed lapidated battling glove, strewed around We ask the editors of the Interior know you'ro tho engineer; but you and Into the little machine; fa the place, a few weeks ago resounding Journal and the Danville Advocate to might givo a man a civil answer." "Yes, Kite a place to this brief paragraph, and the bid ilope of the cove gave a fine "wa- - with tmly shouts, told of recent jolly no civil engineer." thus assist In paying a merited tribute to but I'm when he got Into bit neck; and A great mulberry Iree, with a the memory of the fallen." RELiTiONaHirs oTO rather to the teat there waa much dissection of little half ripened fruit; a few plum trees sometimes, both in Ireland and ScotAn Attachable Coattail. the organ and drying of clothing lo be tacked to the high brick walla and very land. "Do you know Tom Duffy, gone through with', before they could be- well stocked with a rapidly maturing crop; A New York tailor named Boody has Pat?" "Know him, is it?" says Pat, gin. Hut tbey too bad a nice meeting, In and a kitchen garden with various vegeta- just patented an invention that haa once "suroWsa near relation of mino; he t plte of the "prince of the power of the ble and a lot ol gooseberry bushes msy endeared him to the heart of every young onco wanted to marry my sister, Kate." air," and no "bad cold" came of the expo sufficiently introduce my readers to the man on the globe. This boon to mankind TnE following loconio correspondaura and aoaking lo either of us. I'raiie 'rear premises. The stately house was built Is no less than a patent attachable coattail ence is reported in a Maino paper : imLORD. the by a gentleman who failed about the time of the clawhammer species. With Ibis Do mo tho favor to lend mo a Young Arthur Green.and Will are bold-lo- g of Ita completion. My friend leased It, as provement an ordinary Seymour bobtail M. y, tervlcea in a little tent at "Jlolloway admirably suited to his purposes. Having coat can be converted into a full dress af- dollar to get my cow out of tho pound." would, but I paid my lost 'Arch," and we have wished ao much that myself built for others to enjoy, I can have fair at a moment'a notice. Most young G A. D. we had our dear, mountain, go pel ptvit a "fellow feeling" for the poor gent, who men leave their drees coat In charge of their dollar to tho boy to toko tho cow to the Ion here. We could make it more uieful erected this costly house only to leave it. father's brother for safe keeping and pro- pound." than even in the mountain. And I will He certainly ha d an eye for the beautiful tection from moths, and even those who do A touno couple havo just begun and wish io engage a juit as here that If the donor?, after aa well as the comfortable. The latter is not will appreciate the advantage of always housekeeping Josephine presents amlnatlon find that it haa been well pre visible in the perfect arrangements of all having a ballroom costume ready to be maid-o- f erred and ! allll itrong aa when we le4t it parte of the house, and the former, I have coupled on, aa It were. To newspaper re- herself. After detailing tho duties reIn llarbourville, and will have It recurely only to lift my eyes from this sheet to porters Uoody'a patent is simply invaluaquired, tho lady of tho house remarks : picket and shipped to our address ''102 know. Mapped out licneath Ilea great ble, a enabling them to alten.1 a fatblona-bl- e "Well, my good girl, I think you will wedding directly after a fire, and to bo suited; tho work is light, nnd wo Bhscklewell Lane, Dalston K. London, fltg London, St. Paul' looming through the and all.lt will be a great lift to our evan- smoky atmosphere, ever the prominent ob- take in a swell ball on the way back from havo no children." Josephine (with a gelic work In Kngland. It looks absurd, ject; but the scene constantly shifting as a dog fight. The patentee is now running gracious smirk)" Oh, madam, do not on the face of It, but It ia very feasible I lights and shadows vary, playing upon sla- a fsctoiy on full time to supply the trade put yourself out on my account, I beg. m aure. I believe that $50 would more ted roofs and lowers and steeples of every with his admirable conception, which ha I adoro them." than cover the ex peno of transportation, shape and height; while at night the many puts up in handsome nud convenient boxes "Mt poor boy," exclaimed tho anx for ocean freight are very light. The kind gas and electric lights, vtiible as far aa the at the small prlceof ious mother, unwinding tho bandage given of the lent, If they think favorably eye can reach, are "too beautiful for any- The social millennium will indeed have that was wrapped around his "right of the scheme, can very easily aecertaln thing," as the school girls say. arrived when the young man of the period and exposing to viow tho skinned serenely out of sn evening fully, duke," coat of transportation, and if tlier find the Yesterdsy 1 received a letter from Ilro, cau start nnd bleeding knncklcs, "how did yon il reasonably near the turn I have mention- Allen, written from Margate, requesting prepared fur any emergency, knowing that g to do it? What an ed, will, I feci assured, gladly incur that me to go on with the Hackney meeting du- he has a clean handkerchief in hla cost and evcrcomo hand I If conflagration or the mountain ring the month, and I replied that I should his tail In his pocket. San Francisco additional expense to have should set in, what would your tent go on in ita glorious work. It la a con- - be hPP7 to do ao. Unlem something un- Post. unfortnit father say?" Tho poor boy ci at td pavilion, and I can only ray, that foreseen should happen, therefore, we shall if A Practical Jole. didn't seen to tako a vory ready grip ou we can ue it to great advantage in Kogland. continue there. The meetings grow steadAmong uncultivated people practical ho problem thus presented in referenco Am I making an indelicate appeal and ily, If slowly, in interest and the nightly joking is still tolerated, notwlthatanblng I think not. Who will move ingathering is encouraging. During the 8 tho harm which haa been done in many in to his patornal parent, but his face lit satisfacin the tnatlerf Of coursn, I am supposing days there have been for last Sunday's 3 stances by this thoughtless and vulgur spe- tip with something like savngo that the tent hai not been put lo other ssrvicea 30; Monday I; Tuesday 3; Wed- cies of "fun." A young man of thirty tion as ho observed : "If you think that's mother, you ought to see Bill use ilnce we left It. In that cut, let the nesday 10; Thursday 7; Friday 13-- 07 in died suddenly at hla country home. He awful, suggestion go for what It la worth. I be- all, We look confidently for "More to was of atronp, hearty physique, and hi tal- Bte'iliina' noso I " lieve the dear LOUD puts il Into myheart follow," Hackney is n uugh hit of ground ents and character gave promise of a fine HVMTITUTKS fOU MX SI NO. to write the above lines and I leave the to work up. Hut wo tnut. What more future. His illness was brier, ami of ft Bonio rudo races havo strange substiwhole matter in His hands. singular nature. His three brothers are tutes for kissing. Of a Mongol father u j:au we do T Thursday, Tut came up to Ilthgate to nhvi Icltns. and he was doctored first for traveler writes : " Ho smellul from time A delightful letter from dear sister spend the dsy quietly with us while the of Winchester, yesterday gave an pneumonia and afterwards for spinal men- to timo tho head of his youngest sou, a Major went to inspect the "Law Courts." added joy to those already given by the ingitis. The three brolhera acted aa pall mark of paternal tenderness usually We have all taken a great fancy to our precious messages of love and good cheer bearer at 'the funeral. It ia now pretty among tho Mongols instead of embracyoung Kentuckian, who In hla turn before received. The LOUD bless the dear definitely settled that the ioung Clair's Philippine islands, wo aro seemed pleased with our home circle, aa a writers -- every one. Always pray for us. death was the result of a joke by one of his ing." In tho told, "tho sense of smell Is developed to sightchange from the fatigue of incessant companions. On day a short time before Geo. O. Uarnes. Ever in Jesus, so great a degree that they ore able, by seeing, If nothing' store. And so we all P. 8. What nonrense the "roll of the he was taken ill, he walked across his fath smelling pocket handkerchiefs, to tell to delightful day. He took leave about had tOr" instead of the roll of the "IV makes er's kitchen to Bit down In a chair, near belong, and lovers, at 3 r. M. but again turned up at the Trian- in mf Scotch letter of July 2J, just read in which a friend was standing. A he stoop Thich person they piooos. of linen thoy gle, Hackney, at the night service. Marie your Issue of the 27 t his parting, exchange Grinding agony! ed down without looklwr behind him, may bo wearing, and, daring their sepaall ol uswere trusting Dear W. don't repeat. and I loJeed We wrestled with friend Jokingly pulled the chair from be bo? that he would confess the LOUD, and so the sentence referred to earnestly and pray- neath him, and he fell to the floor heavily. ration, iuliale tho odor of tho beloved lug." Among the Citlagoug hill people, he did, coming up to the front, in the good erfully and while we could not see the The "joke" cost the young man hi life. again, it is said, the manner of kissing is old Kentucky fashion, as soon as Marie be- sense, we could make nothing else of it. A western paper, in announcing the ill- peculiar. Instead of pressing lip to lip, gan to slug the invitation hymn, I leave Tho majority of your letter are very Inwind up in the.followlng Uiey place tho noso and mouth upon tho friends to imsglne our joy. How viv- telligibly written but occasionally we get ness of It editor, our "All ubacrlbera who have check and inhalo the breath strougly." idly it brought before us the last night of one that a Philadelphia lawyer could hard- plou formt paid cash in advance are requested to men- Their form ot speech ia not " Give mo a the lllchmond meeting, when he desired ly decipher, and tbat wasoneof lhem-E- u. tion him in their prayer. The othersneed kiss," but "Smoll me." In tho same to come, but wa prevented by the crush An efluilve widower called on two an- not, aa the prayers of the wicked avail nothof the crowd and the difficulty of making way, according to another traveler, "tho Is uulees to add that he recovered his way forward. Pear fellow I He made cient maiden sisters living near Stockton ing." It Burmese do not kiss each other in tho a grand, bold confession of Jeaus In Lon- California, whom he had not seen since his Sthsbt Talk. "How much heller you Western fashion, but apply the lips and don, and, when I narrated the facts ol the wife died, He hugged and kissed both of look, Mrs. S.l" "Yes, I have gained 32 uoso to the cheek, and make a strong cue to the people In Trinity Church, there them. After his departure the older one pounds on Hall' Catarrh Cure- - Have not inhalation." Moreover, "thoSamoana In the region were a good many damp eves. It was a complained of a severe pain felt so wall In 20 years. It haa. made a saluto by juxtaposition of notes, accomscene we shall aever forget, nor cease to of the heart. At first she thought it might complete cure ami ia worth $50 a bottle lo panied not by a rub, but by a hearty treasure as a dear benediction. The LOUD be a severe attack of love at first sight, but onany that bs the catarfh." smell." There is a scriptural prooodont is so good. The Wurnaoie go to the Conti- the doctor said ia waa a clean break of the Isaao An old widower taya when you pop the for such customs. When blind nent Monday, and I know will enjoy Par- fifth rib, and on account of her uncertain with a kind of laugh aa if was in doubt whether tho boh who cmbo queittoo.do It in a way not pos- age the chances are that it will not unite. is, Vleaaa and the Al you were joking. If she accepts you, very to him was Jacob or uot, " he swelled in our sible before this Messed No matter bow Jaded the constitution good; If she iloa not, you can say you were the smell of hut raiment, and blessed Hackney weelUg. P1UI8ETHK LORD. Win." may be from dlsesse or excess, the Great ouly la fun. . I love to think that Father Mara and German Iavigoralor restore it pemaswit-ly- . girls 'The sighs of a loser at supposed to la. "Do write and far not," Is what the Fattvtr Bitfaaw, la tkelr pt otubed associa& advertisement. 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Thoy havo become a class as indisponsa-bl- o to the demands of modern civilization as tho locomotivo or tho clectrio aud if, while tho tired world telegraph slumbers, unconscious of tho midnight tramps through wind and rain of ths reporter if, for one night, ho were to aaspend his labors, then tho publio would rcalizo tho debt It owes to tho "Knight of tho Note Book." IMladelpMa Prctt. tlHS JTKATaEttS. A gill nt Anderson, Ky., desired anon hut trimmed profusely Mx bright according to tho ruling .BaBaBa theiu. f .limn, but had no monoy rooster axnio her way b illiiiiit-hiie..hi Mm Lilltd liitu, plucked his feathers hk-:i, ; iiiWiutl tho hut exactly to lier Trade Utrk. Hut tho owner of tho fowl h.id her r. I...1, iindbho wore tho hat iu court . I .id of church, as sho hod intended. jtunat-ACK- It is a groat Scotch nnd American Granite nnd Italian and Native Marble, which I am selling nt reduced prices in order to ninhe room lor new stock. Designs are new ant prices from $5.to 10,000. H. C. - RUPLEY, t-- m ekchant; TAIIOB, K Stanford, Kentucky, IPHARMACISTS" -- DxiLias II- - Drugs, Books, Stationery sC -- - and Fancy Articles. rtijsTclini' preset Iptlona aceurstslt' (twapoaad I i d !. HUH" Beglstered. ,,,.... Eter brought JKiVEIiEMBt . Clocks, Jewelry A Silverware awful-lookin- eerie-niplctu- Dit. J. 1). Mi veil, on Aiutiiuu editor, who ii viniting IhU com. try, was axktil what ho thought tho givnlott fenttuo ot Aiut'rican journalism, lie replied : Certainly tho advertisements ; tho editorials also uro Krandly iucompa-uble- ," 4 lo Ibis market. Price Lower' Uo the Lowest. WaUbes, Clocli sod Jewelry- - By Iwlral on abort Dotlcssnd Warranted. Ec-to- Too uccii irotpcrity makes mui tools. Eliaa Bsggs, of Sumptervillr", Fla., be longs to a prolific family. She Married at 13. and. thoueh now onlj 31, is the mother of eighteen children, of whom fifteen are living. She had twin twice. She is lisle and heartr. and la said to be a very hard worker. She had three sisters. One, who ia dead, had fourteen children and died at 20. Two others have eighteen children each. strengthening proper-tlc- a The of Iron, combined with other tonic am' a most perfect nervine, are found In Carles' Iron Pills, which strengthen the nerve and body, and improve the blood and complexion. n Li sj SITIAIBIImIXSI! liZ-EF lo 1 a rnr il f) &JfW i A? && & SS J-3T- I) aiJ-EITE3- SHOP, Rates re- - Nice lot oi" Horses nnd Fine Turnouts. sonnblc. 100,000 pounds woe Ii wanted by me. I will pay the highest market And can supply price. I -- lio deal ia, CO AIi! it ia any quantity. A. T. NUimEMsEY, Stanford, Ky. Wc-m- Edison' Electrlo Light i a wonderful discoverv,but not as wonderful as Hall's Catarrh Care. For aale by Penny & Mo Alister. George P. Albert, Loulavllle, says: "I have had dyspepsia for three years, and could find no relief until I uied Brown's Iron Bitters." PILES I PILES I PILES STEAM PRINTING! The Interior Journal Steam Printing Office does all kinds of Job "Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. W. P. "Walton, Prop'r. ! Is s radical cbaoga from tbt old remedies heretofore Id us. Tbt Dlacoierr la lbs result of yearsofpatleuticleutUcalud sod lonsllgatlon loto las character oftbts painful disease, Tocon- vloc xou ol Its treat merit, call oa l"euojr X Me- AlUtsr, Blsoford, or W. M. WiUr, Ml, Verooo, ol rbarfs. sad et s sample box Plltm lir JiemlHg'm 3teic far rHvS f y(n5jyJrfjy7Wjyjiy mt M HWIJ tmmm M 1 iff I VJr. vr'vVr,3yZiVffy HeodrlckcouiitrT,iaj Itwu glisa up l bis fauill pbjtlclsu o die with coruuuipllou, but Brown's Eipetouul cured blm, for sals tf fen. Studtntt Louts 8. Walts, of Daorllls, IuJ, of aj A McAllsUr, Awoidlolb Btaoford, and W. U. Weber, wlaslaauAileut. be, Ulll of Uiuwn'a ICipso a couih when a Afty-e- ut torant will curs jou. lor sale j feunj-McAlls- ur, StanfwJ, and W. 11. WiUr, ML Ytrooa. NTr ueglcct m ytw irt ! ckwat Wfcti m mm ur mmm M4anu ttmm Si ( Wmtttf CniUU Commercial College of Ky. University, Lexington, Hy. WILBUR K.. 8 - X -alC, received, any vttk day of tin year. Sumner teuton wm open fvr TeethUf itwiswU. Regular Fall Session, Sept. io, i88t. StrjttXli '.TS X7WT U vmtMMt lMti. NMrlf tVtt) MiMnl-- l tnAM TrMsslSf, swlutir(i, in w Wiiwy tM ttftmtlf N IU l.taffM Fb)B laalMII ArtUAMla. UMBaMrtmi L4s MtrfUUM , . TtsUi Irom I la plislMss. Mmsmm u fMl "uj. llaiMMrf. wl IUAm m M VU 4st C41sm taa immJ l, r f VUfnttl. laasUi. M Wjt-H- lf wmmm -- H- -l 4 .- K ' laJ-- ! -l ttitO-sj- sT tkLi lM(ni ciV'. m nu iWNisin, tfriir MtU ikm mUwW wtmmmstm. m roatMiU WHJWI m WfUKHI R IMITH. uW ml $ m uutmm tl (Mar fMUtf IM f s PfMt, Me & WwJ9 s I f Smi-$tctJtIi " s --J Near Raltlgh, N, 0., a crippled dog allon In a drug store. lie will also attend onto the railteed track, lld hit ledum oa pharmacy this whaler. "Mont" ishing what a tttr is produced head on the rail, and peraritted a train te is a wetlhy youwg man awd makes friend staple proposition that the republican run over him. wherever Its goes. Mrs. January and her v parly must go. Our republicaa con- The new silver vault under the cth daughter Misses Mary, Janet and Edith, disturbed temporaries FrWy Meralsg, Afgst 31, 1883 by and wo aro immensely thousands room of the Trennry Uulldng in Wash who have b?en spending tho summer In daro say that it, ington, will have a storage capacity of 23,. Danville, returned lo Louisville Thursday. These charming ladies nade many friend ebitor ef republican officeholders feel it 000,000 silver dollar. ir.A.jMiw! A North Ctrollna mad dog hit a hog. while In Dinvllle and will be sadly missed deeply, much as they may fancy themand was killed. The hoi; went mad and, bow that they have gone. The young man iSfaNrfanI replying lo selves to bo protected by Dorman B. died. Ouzttrda ate the carrion, and over who communicated the new of their detit su0get'M of k HMMbcr of papers Katoa and tho sham reform of tho a hundred of them died. parture to your correspondent looked the y W Mr. "Knott should civil service. But ia spite of all these picture of desoltllon, and tew from the The first twenty mile of the new tliiacs tho solemn truth remains. The Union railroad to run into the coil depth' of his dl? Ine despair rose In hi and Iron region of Rtstern Kentucky will heart and gathered to his eye when think jkft iwHwyiMupwy at his iwuigHral, republican party must go!" ing of tho day that are no moie, lroi. I'. be let etrly irt September. says: 'Mr.h.aott has Hot been consult Another soul will bo happy after A duel between Lonii Philips and Ja- C. Dudley, of the Deaf and Dumb Instiod about the miis1emiii8 for hk is a few raoro days. The Hopkinsvillo cob Rosenbrook, near St. Loui, resulted tute, has returned from a six week sojourn 'jHivate citizen iSoiitA Kentttckhn auguralion. sayt: Gov. Black in both being instantlr killed. The Vir- at Warm Spring and Aahvllte, North Carolina. He think hi health haa been Btpreeont, aad will Dot under tako to burn's courso in liberating the worst ginia duelists might tske a lesson. It Is charged that Jay Gould Is at the much Improved by his visit. He certatnly 'govern the" Staleof Kentucky until nf criminnts in tho penitentiary, regard before he left much ter his inauguration. It would be less of popular indignation, must bo bottom of the government telfRtsph scheme look Maggie better than of Versailles,home. will Nuchols, with a view of selling the Western Union Mlsa manifestly itoprepw for him to attributed to either corruption or im and clearing $150,000,000 In 10 rears. be in Danville next week, the guest of Mb loathe pcoplo of Frank becility in tho administrations of his Count de Chambord a funeral will not Pinkie Metcalf. Mr. W. L. Yerke. of lortinmhtfiHer they should con- - office. Thank Heaven in one more occur until September 3 The r Paris, is here on a visit to friend. MisM duct'j'ihc ''iaaugu ration ceremonies." week tho old chickon-hcartchumbug tem showed that death was caused by can- Alma, Lettie and Iiettle Craig will vitl yery true, but a little suggestion after will return to that obscurity from cer of the stomach, atrophy of kidneys and friends in Frankfort next week. the 'Msser of Govs. Pattisoa and which a mistaken impulso and senti fatty degeneration of the heart. MoxuMKNTS, Parties desiring anf General Hancock will not accept the thing In Cleveland, ftould have had the desired met dragged him. the monumental lino will do well command of the Army of the West, to suc- to read the advertleement of Alfred While effect and not looked like dictation exchange very truly save: The ceed Sheridan. SchoGeld'a friends believe whose busiocsri was established in 1852 and An trewery is mt eo eitheROiirJiMate tho command will be given to him. is etlll located at the old stand No. 255 flush mTu Might. M;and..tbeee un- - establishment of a postal telegraph sys' a have Three thousand new tem in t his country woukl add very been established during the fiscal year and and 237, W. 5th St. Cincinnati, O. Mr, unntoMiiry.lktl9ftMe are what keeps ia t Europe purchasing largely to tho patronage of tho party 1,000 have been dlicontlnued, making the White at preen in largely In his line of Imported Scotch and in power, the agent that has already present number iS.049. The number ol Italian work. All is not lovely fn Hamilton corrupted tho public service. Give money order offices is 6,251. o county, 0. The better class Virj Low Rate. Willie Miller, the little eon of Mr. this new hold to the republican party, DurtlKO the continuance of the Southnot take to McLean's nomi John Miller, of Waco, was struck by lightand it cannot bo unlodced in another ning and instantly killed during tho storm ern Exposition, at Louisville, Ky., (com nees for the Legislature and quite a decade. As to tho inviolability of the of last Tuesday. The horse he was riding menclng August 1st, and continuing 100 number of them have held a meeting telegraph, we cannot lay mnch stress, was also kill!. Richmond Hersld days), the Louisville & Nashville Rail-roand takes steps to nominate another will sell Excursion Ticket from any after the experience or the campaign Jew The lots sustained bv Russian ticket. The old Executive Commit through the recent riotn will amount to of its stations lo Louisville nt one fsrc for of 1876. tee frill be asked to resign but whether roubles. Nearly five hundred the round trip. These Tickets will be en is estimated that tho telegraphic 611,000 it dees.or set' a" new ono will be an wero sale every day, from L. & N. stations and hontea were burned, and twenty-eigh- t strike has cost tho striking employees killed. Violent riots against the Jew are will bo good 15 days, allowing ample time The remit, will be a about four huudrcd thousand dollars also reported in Hungary. to visit the Greatest Exposition ever held doubt with two in wages. This is a largo sum, but The Cincinnati Exposition will he in the South, and second only to the Cen tickets in the field, but tho cost to tho company is much great' complete and will be opened to the public tennial at Philadelphia. itrk a question .whether defeat would departcr. is calculated tnat its loss is a next Wednesday at Or M. The BucKlen's Arnica Sahe. not be better than an advancement of ma Th crrAtrtl nicvllcil wonJtr of lh world. War- littlo short of a million dollars, and ments of horticulture, fine arts and McLiaVs echomes. cblnery will cxcell in attractiveness those ranted totpeedllr care Burn,, Krutirt, Cuts, . , perhaps quito that amount. The loss of all prcceeding Expositions. Silt Klieura, I'tnt 8ot, Cancers, Tllfs, Chirped lUndi and all Jo.JJlabkkurn has formally with- - in business, the troublesome lawsuits The Hudton River steamboU Kit or- - Chllblalni. Corns. Ttlof. kin eruption,, guaranteed dmmlltam the race for Speaker of and the boom given to competitors are dale, running between New York and Hav stance, or money refunded. to core In tterj Incure lor A redtlT thiTjStUioiial House ami announces a costly result of the strike. erttraw, burst her holler opposite Thir- riles. Wo per box. For tala ty fenny A McAl. teenth street, New York, and sank within a liter. uimsmi rigai in, la ueai uerro uoruo , A Life Saving Present. The 10th Congressional District has few minutes. There were fifty passengers WJMfajns for tbe U. States Senate. a solid democratic represention in on board. Three persons were killed and Mr. M. C. Allison, HuUhtnton, Kan., sared hit WkteW he ean do that or not is a lib by a simple Trial Uottts ot Dr. King's He DlKoter j, for Consumption, which caused Mm to doubtful proposition, but we had rath- - both houses of tho Legislature and the eight wounded. Jim Sullivan resisted Policeman Lowe complerely cured mm, a lirgt ;er see film ;try' than have him remain 9th District has 2 republican mem- at Lexington when he tried lo arrest him procureDoctors, bottle, tint climate and erery thing change of when bers in the House. This is a good cer'a race and thereby aid m.t and hit him with rocks. Lowe replied by also had filled. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoaneneta, ,. . ",' .. M, it 'i i and all Throat and Lung diseases, ita mu b eiecuon. jvs ic Bianiia now showing for tho democrats of tho two firing two shots, one bullet going through SeTereCooits to cure. Trial Bottles iree, Urge districts that last fall elected republi- each lung, from theeflect of which Sulli It Is guaranteed A McAl liter's Drug Store. Tjfltw'&h'K'iadfltr anil Carlisle, the lat- Us II at Penny is a guarantee van died in a ebort time. The officer jter, is .almost .sue tq win, especially can Congressman, and rROFESSIOSAL that both of these gentlemen will be waa held in $1,000 to answer. since Blackburn says he will d o all in As Joseph Clark was returning home replaced by democrats in 1884. his power to defeat Randall. from a visit to New Hops, Ky , he was SJ. W. BSOW1 Catletlsburg Democrat I- . nUEDITT. suddenly accosted by unknown par tie In 18GG the best railroad time beBURDETT & BHOWN, . The mention of Holman for the from the brush, and stabbed thirteen times ATTOKNEYS A. tween NvOToskr, and New Orleans Presidency calls forth a bitter howl with a small penknife in the hack and MT. VERNON, KY. was five days, mmI a p&ssesger had to shoulders. It waa afterwards discovered makfinia .many of, them from the republicans. Ho has object that hi nephew waa the assaulting party. T. w.vianox. waluck x. TiaxoK, T. W. & W.B. VABNOW, lone ftdesTrom "depot ' to depot. In ed to so many of their thieving approWilliam Henry Jones (colored) was X,AW. 18G9 the time was reduced to four priation bills that they detest him hanged in Raleigh, N. C , for the murder STANFORD. KY. Owiley A Son's ntw building up stain. OOco In days, la 1873 to thjee and ono half above all other democrats. f Bos ton of Alvia II. Blake, a deputy sheriff, in M. PEYTOW, ninety February, 1882. The spectator 1878 to three days and but Post. days, in A.'a XaA-STANFORD. KY. Hon. Green R. Keller, editor of in number were greatly moved by the reone change. This was thought to be Will one ilea In tho Courts or Lincoln and ad- the (Superior tho Carlisle Mercury will contest with ligious fervor of the culprit, who confess Joining counties and attention gttenCourt and Court Vftryvquick.timej but at present a to collecUons. ed his guilt, admitted the Justice of his ol Appeals. Bpeclal umca on uincajter sireci. ti Now York to New Col. E. Polk Johnson for tho Clerk- punishment and asserted his penitence, exALXX. ANDEBBON. hours, ship of the next House, while Capt. horting all to Uvea of godliness. Orleans in about fifty-eigAXTOKNEY KY., A."V, quifctt recluctionTrom Tho time made T. D. Marcum, another newspaper It is claimed that a vault lo be conDANVILLE, Courts In man, will try to net the assistant Clerk structed for a safe deposit company in Cin Will practice in the vxan oi of Boyls and adjoining in I860. Appeals. counties ana ins cinnati will be tbe largest burglar-proo- f ship. go tho J. B. FISH. The Louisville Commercial ex vault8 in the United Stale.X It ia to be 47 And Master Commissioner llockcastle Circul t Court "Union In 1884, and the democrats of feet inches long, 21 feet inch wide, and MT VERNON. KY. the whole country expect to elect the claims, "Hideous thought! Suppose 8 feet in height, inside measurement. In Will practlc In tho HockeistU Courts. Collec the convicts should give out before addition to the other lock there will be a tions a specialty. Offlce In 126J President. To lose that election by next Tuesday what would the time lock connected with two separate the defection of Tammany would be movements one to work in case the other Governor do?" HTANFOBD. KY. and no doubt this South fails and, by mean of an ingenious con- OSce Myers aids Main Htreet, two doors above Ilotol. the consideration has had its weight in Five hundred railroad freight cars trivance, if both movements should stop, Pure Nitrous Oxide Oas administered when re maklog'the members of that organi- csuld be loaded to their heaviest capac- the time lock would then present no obsta- quired. zation earnestly desire harmony. Tho ity with the silver dollars (146,187,-07- 7 cle to opening the vault after properly setSB. W. D. PENNY, XJCMltlHt, same considerations may induco them in number) lying idle in tho ting tbe other locks. It is claimed that BTANFORD, KENTUCKY. this doea away with the chief objection to now to obey the mandate of the State Treasury vaults. Office orer Ilobt. 8. Ly tie's store. Offlce hour time lock. from t to 12 A. H, and to 6 r, si Anesthetics ad Committed and thus maintain peace. ministered when necessary. T. H. Corbett will likely be CeOARRARO COUNTY. New York Herald. cil's assistant in the Laud Office, but LAXCASTKU ADTKUTISL'SKSTS. Paint Lick. Twsetvbix million dollajs have Gov. Knott is painfully quiet as to Oar farmer ara busy turning the soil B. P. WALTEK, heen paid out for pensions by the who will sit at his Cabinet meetings. for wheat. TWO", Treasury during the present month of There have been several mild case of LANCASTER, KY. We can almost count the minutes Offlce orer Cltltens Natlonsl Ilink. Offlce hours flux in this vicinity. August. This sum is an enormous now till Gov. Blackburn from S to 12 A. u. and from 1 to S r. u. steps down There have been 12,000 bushel of cla, 4n-j- theeejiimes of pension and out. Threo moro working days BAM M. BUHDETT, wheat shipped from here since Aug, 1st, jolib'alKyf and, of .course, represents and A.-AC then, "Good by, Liza Jane." Several of our young folks attended LANCASTER, KY. the amounts required for dues accruthe Camp Meeting Sunday, we among the Will practice In flarrard and adjoining counties NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ing during several .months; but it is rest, but if we can get forgiveness, we will and Court of Appeals. , SeTenteen tharea of Clark county Na- never attend another one. It looked like not long ago that (wenty-sixmillions H. O. KAOPPMAN, wouftP-har- o nearly Covered a year's tional bank sold tills week st $105 rer every thiug else but a place of worship. All A."V, A.t hare. manner of sin could be seen. pension expenditure?. N. Y. Sun of LANCASTER, KY. One of Ikrnuni'n elephant crujlied Mr. John Parka and family left on the Mtster Court. Will 29tM . Harrr Packard, of Hartford, Conn , to 6.36 train Wednesday for Harrlsonville, practiceCommissioner Osrrard Circuitand adjoining In all the Courts of Uarrard death at Cincinnati. counties and In tho Court of Appeals. Skkator Sherman lias told his Mo., to visit relatives. Miss Llllle Wiggs Blackburn ground out eight more fruptLiLseemsthat he will not pardons Tuetdaf. Murderers, thieres nnd a little beauty of Shelby ville, i visiting the Misses Smith, of this place, Miss Llllle Arhjjji'jetidwUal nomination. Ho rapiata were the favored onea. nold, of Lincaster, is visiting at the same was deceived by many pretended At Milwaukee rata were found eating fnenttt'in l'879-8- 0, he says, and ho the corpse of a wife ami mother, who. it ia place. Mr, O. It. Hackley, of Louisville, ia visiting his parent here. Charley Nor-r- i will not expose himself again to such believed, bad died of starvation. ia again smiling behind the counter of A committee of fifteen democrats are D. deception. The old follow is right. Q. Slaughter. There novor was nor never will be considering the question of calling a new We noticed in your paper a short time county convention at Cincinnati, ago the high compliment a gentleman of any show for lues?.'' The volcanic eruption in the Eist In your town paused on the K. C. 1W it. He scar-Wiede'b play "Vera" die was one of the most destructive in aid that be could ride all day for a dollar which Miss Prescott has been acting Whole towns tank into the sea, If the gentleman goe in for cheapness, we The horticultural display at the Southin New Yuk luu pwyd se decided a would advise him to try the L. & N , It failureiniM west: (bat it has been ern Imposition is the finest ever made in win lei mm stand on me piatiorm ii all a withdrawn from the Staue. Tho lone the Houtli, 15,000 plate of fruit being ex- day for twenty-fircent if he wishes to go hibited. to a Camp Meeting. That waa our expe was sharp enough to get A grindstone burst while on trial In a rience last Sunday. d $COafbr,It frow Miss Prescott'i ltichmond (Va.) factory, and one flying BOTLE COUNTY. before it was presented to the fragment killed a negro who stood thirty public. feet distant. Oantillt. The Madison Fair Association hold a Mr. Paul Bailey and Mlaa Daisy II. Thn Ntw "ikk Sw produces letters freat'daWUld, Blaine, Piatt and oth- clear profit from the five daa' exhibition of Bolts obtatntd license to marry on the 28. "Nobby," Wauen A. Russel' fine $1,600, It was the most successful fair ers writtea in 1880, which prove held in uunjr yean. horse won the $300 purse at Lexington, that Dorsey's statement couoerBiag the It is said that In a northern town in Wednesday, In the 3 minute clss. The the campaiga,of that Litchfield, county Yt , the Sunday morning fastest lime made was 2.27. Haakins & i'ht cabinet position service ia postponed until 12.30 o'clock to Smith told to Richard Foley and Jo. Haas, " .1 "v enable the deacon and other member of five car loads of fresh potatoes at 23 cent TittHCHtfterHt the tacts. to aware i d the church to take their milk to the depot, per bushel. Tbe potatoes are -- Mr. L.F. Stone, of Walnut Hills, The highest percentage of deaths in tbe Lwiisvilje Fott $4uo&ft4to-tf46 mwdm w Kentucky pMtteulIarits i found in Mississippi, Fayette county, was in Danville Thursday, "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," w lie wishes to buy or rent a larru and rebsiwewi August 1st imm! 32d and dur-is- where the average I 77 per annum In KY, LANCAHTEB, tj thousand. In New Hampshire It Is 43 move to this county for the purpose of edjwted murderers ta the tWtiM same ratio, in Vermont 25, in New ucating hi children. Mr. F, Ecboflen, hy (4i govaraor. Four Yek about 15, in Mastachuseltf, Malue who ha been In the employ of A 8. the druggist, left for LouUville mhtu would rehjfAto Mtd Connecticut tb same, and in Penaiyl-vsnl- a MM Friday, where he ha obtained a good situ- FioprUtois- about f 0m IV isaiTiH"aW lultriirlimtl - Mr. Dana remarks: "It Is aston by the Hped id FurnlturEht i'Bir ll. a T. J. ItONMlV, KY o H V H H a o in luiirtfc ni,nri.i iinv i rurnmirpei I svery drwilpllon errr einllilled lo StsnToril, as a stroll Ihrouih my stnro will pent. My price sr a low-s- i slmllsritmlsrsna at Im Inuahlln thsrltlM, wa hl a fAl Blii ai I Jamab.i sln tf . s . vllS..11 ' en veil UVIUWUIIISIIUM I RltO atrrvii iisDuniun Miirini House Painter & Paper Hanger BTANPOIID, l. ""lffillnoh ,.. 1 . m.t h.. lAlaalltA It.. !Inn Andsia rrsd; IdserK lunerals protuulty wTlhs rminlT, Ky.,esntaln( IIO Arm ! wJI a nl new llrsrx. rtwelllns and pi. tiroretl Isndi tool two-tlo- rf ontbwlfJIani oi well, orcfcsrd sad plen- OrdorB by ToloRroph Promptly At tyor shruhlieri) itnti yard arnusd the houes. IJinlerlnkoiV OooiIn ! tondcu to. Farm For Sale ! . Aiming Aeresofllmher Und,H I 1'srnt, which l.lrr.0 will sell very fc3tetl.at Ken-tack- ehesp. Ull of. or miles) from B. K. WJEAREN. 91 (A lC.tr It. flUH,, Hrirorditllle, Ky I(isa r3 0 0 M Q) Wi Hi HIGGINSf UKAI.I.Il IH e llnrtlHHrp, post-uio- Irnu, Home NIiooh, (.nH-rrloN- , ii .... M 0 in I O IVhIIh, II"KKJ' IVIicoIh, NtovcH, flrHfcN, NiiekcH, IIIimm, tttircitMWHrr, JaiiKE)' iVhl, HitrHOKH, C'ano .MIIIm, NhiIiIIi'h, Nloticwnrc, Older MIIIh, iJipCmcra, ('em Micllprn, i'ollHns, Olivsr Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Flows, Wooden nnd Cast Pumps, and tho Celebrated Mayfldd -l- evator. Tin Roofing and Guttering; will have prompt attention Siummett , j iu j,rlUnru, r.J.CIIRKAN. ofdem-ocfataTd- II, C. I1HKIIIT. IV It 3 W BRIGHT WIioIchhIc k AND CURRAN. HARDWARE, AeX;. and He. all Deafen lit - petal. H H H Na GROCERIES it .,.,.. JO llTEI3NNWAIft:, d 0 ui Wo run two housos, oarry thcr Largest Stock in town; pay cash Tor our goods, which onablcn us to soil you nlosor than any one. All we ask ia a trial. BHICUIT CUIlItAN. U BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR A.-V- MS 131-l- rsg6Xj FALL SEEDING! I A.TOKlSVIl 01trVV JT a o p 3$ And be sure you examine, before pur chasing, our line of Seeding Implements, as follows: waJhjBojiU Court-hous- e. kind-heart- gUROON DUNTI8T, SWnE 1 ISt-lj- r. BDllOEON IN T OKNY ISi-l- ATTOllNEY ',.:i Ianciretli's i 'Siftea -O- aw his-tor- Seeds bjfdl' e bus-ban- In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, m pv r2 The Trump Grain Drill with Spring Seat, g P B 09 B The Buckeye Spring Shoe Grain Drill, C 1f 3L :I2 - Z The Star e Grain cr hk bo Drill, B OO O O B gCD p 8 &t?5?P The Albion Spring Sulky-Harroand Broad- O B 2 dl 2 t1 cast Seeder, The Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Sulky' Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, H 51 w g p The Moline Sulkey Plow, pB Vi P The Cassedy Sulky to c " d f. Plow. (15 M i t H. M -T- -- e One-hors- r- -i r--i e- -f rf- CD c L BJ CO ra. CD -f- C-- r- - H. fT1 (D FURNITURE Ih - fe H O s'&ls P CD CD i Pm HH C--r- This line of Implements cannot be celled. ex- - roek-nbue- first-cla- tit? tit' o Sf o tb CD' crcj Also remember we make a Specialty oi Jb ish Jbrothers wagons, Web- CD MjMoswd iM fmJf GEO.D.BUIIDETT&CO., 7M P H Hj B -- CO hi o Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. ster Wagons and Columbus CEO. D. wear; i r nlwajoon hand a It. James here appeared and wa Intlted to California' wheat crop for the present of the Institute were unanimously given to a at. Preaching al I0:.W by II. Allen year la estimated to be worth ffiO.OOO.OOO this lady for her excellent essay. Literan Tupper. of this will be. retained In the ture In pilbllo schools was Introdnced by ASrnmit lot of tlmolli and millet petti, The afternoon ferrlff began with a Stale for home consumption and seed, and N. If. Jones, and a usual other made llrlRhl A Curran. prayer by Iter. It, It Noel. Reiwt of the rest will be exported Friday Morning, . August 31, 1883 lo foreign conn-til- practical remarks on the subject for the 1'ort HAtr. -- A firel class Altltrney mllcli committee followed, that on aclOoU and The wheat product of the other IV Com'r. Mr-- J W. Hrown, who I also presW. O. Welch. collegsa creating aome A col- clfio coast Slate and Territories will be ident of the Institute, seem to understand I.AM, LOCAL TIME CARD. worth $20,000,000 more, making the value exactly how to act and lo tulk on the sub Tnv the "Oral" patent clmrn, sold on a lection wa taken up for the purpose of Mall Iraln going North.. I M r. at. Mr. Ilourbon Dawe in going to of the total wheat For sal liy llrisht A Curran. 3 oo r. m. jruaranltc. jects Wore the institute. The closing of Mouth... crop of the Pacific 01 a.M. Ktprsae train" houlh Georgetown Culler amounting to $12. $80,000,000, which ia more than the entire each session I made really exciting by the 11 A, M, " Norn.... " I Pahtiih needing liran ami ahlpaluil Iter. A. J. Tribble opened the third value of all the precious metal mined In content of the query box and critics re can be mipplled ly (he Lincoln Mill at day' proretdlnca with prayer. On mollcn LOCAL NOTICES. the United State during 1882, port, while the opening exercise conaist $1260 per Ion for, J, M, Hruce offered resolution of -- J. If. Miller find great fault of Hoy Paints of l'cnnr A MeAllster. the of mualr, wel,rendcred by the choir. UniNO me jour hutler when toii come reaped to the memory of Iter. W. T. Ty K. C because the freight train from here Kick mojk of lilrlhilar canta tt l'cnnr A An Antwer Wanted, to Court next Monde and get the beat ree, which after abort eulogies by aereral takea from four to six hour lo do the MeAllster'. of the brethren, were adopted and ordered Can any one brief us a raae of KMney or Llttr Standard read mixed paints at Mc- - price. T. It, Walton. witching at Patla, and has no decent car Complaint that Elertrle Ulnars will not speedily jtouena to be printed. The coirrapondlng letter oiagx a. attached for tockmen lo travel in. We do cure? Wo say they can not, as Ihoaisnilaof Yt'r. dxfv competition on atoTea, grate eaiaa Jon. Haas Hog Choler Uure. I'enny waa read nnd delegate appointed to bear not know that there la much room for com- already permanently eureO ami whoaredatlr ree- A MoAllster o! airenui. Ac We onlr aak you to come and exam- It. Hro. A. T. Chenaull, of the Executive plaint in the first allegation for the com- ommtndlDs; Elerlrle r.ltlera, will proTe, Drlght'a Hiiand new utock ofeter thing In tli ine our pricj. Ilrlghl A Curran. Hoard, being the onlr member present the pany charge nothing extra for all that Disrate, Dlabetea, Weak Hack, of any urinary jewelry line Hi 1'ctinjr A MoAllster . tho Mood, Tut: Stanford and Lsnctsler Telephone report wa allowed to be handed to the extra riding, but It will have to see to the complaint ijulcklr cured.actTlioy purify tha diseasClock and Jewelry repaired regulate lbs bowels and Watuiih, dlrectlj on line haa been extended lo llrranlarille and Clerk In time for publication. Hro. 0. II, latter if It proposes to compete for busineaa ed parla. Ertrr bottle guaranteed. For aal at ml warranted hj Vtnaj A MoAllater. Parrlsh, a colored student of the Kentucky In thia (llvr.N up that Multoberts & fltsgtf niako the first uusugo paaaed jrsterdsr. section, where a trader ha the Ce a bottls br Ptnnr A McAllater. -. Normal and Theological Institttto waa the beat 8oda Water in the world. Try it. choice of three roads to ahlp over. Comk and ree our handaome display of to a scat and permitted to make a flETf iDTERTlSElirsrS. Machine OIL, which will neither heat (Ilasjwarc. Twenty dlf- - statement and take up a collection for his nor sum. 00 cent per Kalian, AlaoextralQ'n"areand MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT, strained lard oil at Mcltoberta A HtaRgV ferent deatgn in chamber aeta. llright A achool which amounted to $90. Rev. FerManaged b John B. fish. IIOX. A. . TATJIOXT, a Curran. ryman preached at II, after which a recera Ths cold waye has reached this place. Ol Boyle, Is a PERSONAL candidate for Speaker ol tho next Wr.are anxlou to employ a good corret-xnd- waa taken. All 30 r. M. Iter. Hruce led Last night waa almost cold enough for Hoaae or Itrprescnta tires. MiM Ltl.LIJ ilRuNAUdll, of Olathe, prayer. On motion Meair. Daniel, the frost. at Lancaster. To a comietent in Kansas, Is Tinting Mr. Dr. llronaugh. Moderator and Clerk were appointed lo Mr. W. 8. Knott, brother of the Gov- MlM'AtXIcQiiKKN has gotten back peraon who will attend to It, we will make School get 200 blank for church letter and revise ernor elect, wa In town yesterday. Miaa it profitable. after a protracted rieit in the Kaat Knd. an.. . the order of builr.ean and rtportimmediatc-l- y Pet Sayres, of Berea, Ky., is visiting at J. i Mm, I. S.MoKutOY returned jester- A nice little rain fell Tuesday night but after organltttlon next year; and then K. McCtary's. Mis Mamie Martin, of Any after an abaence of air weeks Tlaiting the ground li ao dry and hard it did not do the)buainti having been completed theaaso BrodheaJ, la in town this week, attending Open nil MoiuIhj- In Sept., 1893. friends. good. In aome portion of the ceun-l- y much Board In prlrata lamlllea jery eheap. Applies-tlon- a elation adjourned after voting a reolulion the Institute. Mm. Waunlh and daughter, of though, there w a eufficient quantity for a male Principal will bo received. of thank to Hro. J. M. 1111 an J the memMr. Pari, who recently bought the na-t- d are Tlaiting her niece, Mra, Kate to help considerably. a.iJiKH liter:, gctfy bers of Logan' Creek church generally, for possession of Mr. J. II. Otter, at this Dudderar.- to the fact that both aidea of thia hospitality and klndoea during the sea- place, ha arrived, and is opening up a Owino Mn. Frank K.soleman and slater, paper ha been printed alnce 8 o'clock laat aion. Iter. Daniel pieacbed afterward large slock of new gooda. Messrs. T. N. Miaa llcasle, went to the LouIstIIIo Kipo-allie- n night, the uaual rule of make-uhaa not and Itev. Hale was appointed lo preach Roberts and J. E. Allen, are assisting him I will dellrer l( erery morning I will teach a day achool for girls In the Bprlnga Tuesday. bten obierttd. Ilrother Hirnea' letter and last night. The attendance ha bten rery in arranging hi goods. building In Crab Orchard, Mim 8a!.mr Cook, of the West Knd, ome local POUND, matter will be found on our large during all the meeting, and a generKlder James Ilialt has been conduct- ncKliinliif;3IniuIisy,Oct.l, 18S3, AT ONE CENT la Tiiiting Ml Maggie ..llobtrtson, at firat page. al good feeling has prevailed. We are in ing a meeting at Buckeye church, in this And continuing rnontba. I will bo assisted by As Ions aa ray prettnt stock lasta. After that, Lake Hpringfield, thia week. Account doe at ths ice aa low as 1 Stork For Saij: W. L. lUrnea & Co. debted to Hro. T. P. Dudley for a stance county, for the last few days, with very two comnetert teachera, one an Instructor In close of each month. parliculara, Mtssra Mattl;Krans, of Crab Orchat lit minute from which we have made good success. There has been about 20 ad muale. for furtheriKt VLIKi terras, Ac, apply to Stanford, May 7. wiah toaell their atock of good MISS MlltF.CIC, and nlll it. K. ItAItllOir. ard, and Allle Dunn, of ltlchmond, are at 1C9oUM Sllfer Crsek. Ky. ditions. Quite a number were Immersed roakendranlageou terma, IcatIon three above extract. Mra. Itobert McAllater'a. The visiting preacher In attendance Wednesday. The meeting will close to from l'aint Lick and flnt daw. Mim. Geo. II. Hhuce haa returned mile were Dr. A. C. Captrton, Louisville, Kev day. - Stock haa been reduced Try low and all after a two month' flail to frlenda in II. A Tupper, Herrodsburg; V. E Klrt-leWe would be glad for all the readers gooda aeaaonablc. 1'. O, addrera Paint Homoeopathic riijslcinii, rioua sections of the Htate. Stanford; G. W. Ferryman, Adair of the Interior Journal in Rockcaitle Kan-- a Lick. As Administrators with will snneieu of Jackson Mr. (I. A. C. Itociitxrcit, of the county; P. T. Hale, Danville; J. It. James, county, to send us all the items of interest lANVHiT,i:, - - KENTUCKY. Olrcns, ilerta-rwo will on FRIDAY. City liar, suited yeelerdar on a Tiali HF.M'T. SH 1HH.1. st hia lata In I In. inr. tummy inn v;amuen ciowj are and It. It Nee), of Lancaster. that they can get in their respective neighItealdencr, Clcmfni Home; office opp. Central coin Co., Ky. aell hia entire estate, real and Mr- again at war at ltlchmond Junction. Tom to bl parenla and frlenda lo general. The home minister were Itev. 11. T. borhoods, and help to make this depart- Nat. Hank. Hoeclal attention lAdlcju.. of wAtn.n sonal, consUtlngoftwo tracts of land. On of and children or the put eighteen yrara. uo.s;;iricjriiiTfna' church adjoining tho Minn Kewell, Glltson, Bailee and claim that they want t4 put a head on him Dauiel, ltlchmond; L P. Juhmoii, ment as interesting as possible. land of Albert Hinlth.tbs Logan brothers, Ueorga Jones, of Sointrxel, and Misses Hannah but with the aaalatance of hi platol lie haa Eogleman and Wm. McAfee; aald l:nd la rich. lies county; J. M. Hruce, Stanford; A. Three cars of coal were wrecked,last well. Is well fenced, well watered and In hhrh Fair and Florence Kalta, of tlili county ao far kept them at bay. He haa aworn out J, Tribble, ltlchmond, and J. O. Pond, Monday, on the fill near W. L Owena'. state of cultlratlon. are giitata of the MIrsc Hall. agalnat Albert and Pryor Camden Madison county. Ths other, tho homo tract, containing 310 warrant The wreck was caused hj a loo-- e axle on Late of Clienault, Sercrance A Co., Stanford, Ky., tCKK.V. altuiteonboth aides or th Lincoln with ft. 1. WALTON,of the Stanford Jour- and Thomaa Jennlnjja and they will be one of the cars. The axle got crooked, so and UoyloT. V. lload. 5 miles rrom Dantlllo sod RELIGIOUS. &c CO.. and 2 miles from Shelby snd Junction Cities, has M. nal, waa registered in Louisville laat week tried that both wheels were In between the rails, ua it uwejung or saTen Doe thia mean Itev. G. W. Ferryman, of Adair, com- cutting ties, and tearing up the rails, until Importers and Jobbers of Pry Ooo.li, Kollout, Ac, rocnia,Kgooa B.uiunumi iraiuo carrlage-nouWalton. aa "Colonel" good barn, granary, sod JunutNU from our experience the K. C. &37, 039, Sll Uain Street, Cor. Blxth, other necessary buildings also a good orchard. , there waa no menced a protracted meeting at Preachers-Titlethat he and (lorernor Illackburn hate d Iinot prepired to handle freight track for the cars to run on Thia tract la a II autttptiuls ol cultlratlon and la with that unei t adapted to the ratelog of corn, wheat Ac, last night. tomahawka and the ''Colonel" busiwhen they tumbled ofi on ths side of the t.oTJiaviii.3L.ii:. prompter and dlapatch it ahould. Two and i. alio hkdziuz larm. naaon ii . nYr.rin ness ia the renult? Atanjrrato weatlute Iter. J. M. Hruce will begin a meet- fill and spilled the coal In all directions. lngaprlnga, la well fenced and will makes deilra-bl- e order in lea than ten day hare taken a home for persons seeking one. ing at Freedom, Garrard county, on the 2d Herald. Thanka. jou, -- Go to J. L. Whitehead's for your week each to reach thia office. We hare Sunday night in September. Hut we are no Col. nor were we o register-ed- . loat PERSONALTY. school books, Inks, paper, pencils and all a great deal of confidence in the road A aultablorawanl will ItA tillil for Information The personalty consists of 5 cows, 1 yoke One ol the Courier Journal ataQ who The meeting held by Eld. Livingston school supplies, which you can gel at the. leading oxen, 1 begin to think that the fair promhei and to tho detection ol bull, helf.n, 1 Invariably girea ua a military title, la rr. and Collier at Goshen cloed after a week's lowest price. He also has on sale daily uall ia. ti rcDdieion, rnrs. Pnpinno bunniiH mares,2 yearling ot yearling buggy horse, 2 brood made by the officiila at the outret waa a 3S head ilall, mules, 4 large work- ponalble for the abominable prefix. duration with 18 addition to the church. and weekly papers, leading periodicals, and ahe did imluner) and recoTery of out lacea, which not account for when our aeent la deluiion and a anare. mules, 41 bead of hogs and about 90 ahoata; also 1 The American Hiptist Home Mission the work ot the principal writers of Fic- Stanford three years ago. buggy, aereral absres In tha D. J II. T. P. LOCAL MATTERS. n, 11V1.1SG A co 111 itoai . rarming utenitis, TiiikosNew andOld. Dr. Cox' new Society aim to raise $100,000 this year, tion and Poetry. If he hasn't got what wagon, 1 ox Chicago, TlMOTItr Skeu at T,. II. Walton'a. paper bearing the abire name haa appear- that -, thirty per cent, more than list you want cart, 1 wheat drill, 1 Osborne reaper, 2 harrowa he will get it for you In fact Ac. 40 acres of corn In shock. ed and a neat and enterlatng one It la. It year. any book published in the United States JtiutX Jacket at Itobt. 8. Ljtle's. Terms liberal and will bo made known on day of aale In HweUcn there are 310 Baptist leachea a pure and undented religion, and rfurnlshed at publishers' prices. Fresh CI ICO II (J E OIVEXS, lemonade at 8. 8 aeeka nothing further than the ad ranee-me- churches, with 10,927 members. This hsa Oct a glasa of drug and medicines, tobacco and cigar I will rent at nubile auction hfuro tha Cnnrf. J.N. OMVEStl, Myers'. of hia Mailer' ciuae. Iaiued month- all been accomplished within twenty seven d Amlnlatratora, canned fi uits and groceries. He also keep houie doir la Stanford, on year. aidea wanted by T. ly at the low price of CO cent per annum, CoUNrnr hatns and The protracted meeting at Paint Lick a good tupply of paints, oils, soaps, per Monthly, September 3, 1SS3, it ii in the reach of ererr body and ahould K. Walton. Hapliat Church, Gallatin county, closed fumes, clocks, watches, jewelry and no (County Court day) 4X Arrra of Land, lying on find a place In erery family. of Isst week with fifty-siadditions to the tions too numerous to mention. Go see Kuah Ilranch, togoln amall grain. Tho place la Kew Fall Calicoo for achool girla ct mo joj. jacieou rirui. uonas wuu ap- .uewii The next ataalon of the Male Acade church. Thirty six wero baptized in the for yourself, and be convinced that no one pored tecurlly required or renter. Itobt. 8. Lytle. ,. J.'. JIVJIBLE. Oliio Monday. can undersell him. Order filled by mail tlli-- il Crab Orchard Educational SoIiio line of harness, bottom figure. my of Stanford will begin Saturday, Sep. I, Rev. II. C. Morrison, of Louisville, free of postage. Address, J. L. White1883. Patrona of the Academy are earn- ciety. . Urlght A Curran. Blue-Gra- ss eatly reuueated to tend their children or preached tho dedicaloiy sermon at the new head, Ml. Vernon or Williamsburg. Ken1. Notice is hereby glren that the undersigned, Few Balk. A handaome residence ward thera( day of the aeaalon, and they Methodist Church, Georgetown, Sunday, tucky, S.A. Mlddieton, W. T. B. White, It. II. Bronaugh, At Public Sale. Upon the whole, the teacher of thia Will tell Tcry cheap. W. Craig, Stanford. will bear in mind that any abaence from and on call for contributions got $700, J. D. Pettua, Wm. Stewart, W. K. DIlllon,J. W. Alcorn, Y. E. Andcaon and Jamea lllce, hare county aro an Intelligent looking body of this day, under Chapter St of the Ueneral Statutes A nice line of Fall Millinery now open- achool retarda the progreaa of the pupil enough lo pay o(T the balance of indebted-nia- s ladies and gentlemen. The name of those ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1883, of Kentucky, associated theuiselTC together and in full. giTee trouble to the teacher. No de ing at Mra. Kate Dudderar'a. Cill and and become lneorparated under the corporal nuns of enrolled are a follows: Rosa Beppert, J. I will soil at public outcry th farm on which I re- "Crab Orchard Educational Society," with their Mr. Spurgeon, who I an open n duction from tuition will be made for ab ree. side, situated about 1 miles from Manford, Linprincipal placs ot niai Baptist, replied in answer to a let- A. Patterson, T. J. Cres, J. A. Vanhook, coln county. Immediately on the turnpike road coln county, Ky. bualneai at Crab Orchard, Linaence. Kipecial attention ia inriled to cirFrank Tankeiuley's trial ha been cular which will be eent tobomereet,conU!ning 175 Acres. 2. ter asking if he had said he "would rather E. W.Pine, Alice Bethrurem, II. C. Hasty, from btanfordcomlortibls and cmienltnt dwelling actedThs general nsture of the business to be trans, to the patrona of It has on It a Is the establishment and maintenance of postponed till next Thursday in the Garhe a cannibal than a close eommunionist," W.J. Chestnut, Mary A.Wood, Andrew with six rooms, a kitchen, good barn and all achool for thaeducation of children of both aexea the Academy. outbuildings. It ia exceptionally well wa- at Crab Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. rard Circuit Court. that he did not ua such language for he Ballou, W. J. Haley, 8. W. Randall, Sallie tered, there being 8 nerer railing springs. One i. 3. The amount of capital stock ahall b 1 1,500, Tata Crtk Atsociation. Whitehead, Alice Lewis, 8. II. Martin, J. hundredlaacres of this laud ia strictly No. 1 and the to be paid In upon aucn terms and In auch Bee llruce, Warren A Ca adrertie-men- t has not the slightest wish to bo either. residue good grazing altogeth'rlt la Tery exaa the Board of The 00th Annual Seaaion of the Tate N Brown, J C. Myers, Lizzie Baspen, J. J. cellent atock farm. Tnero la ou the place an orch- ter SO dsya' notice and Trustees msy prescribe afin another column, and buy your after 11,500 ahall hare been ard of about 100 young appls trees In full bearing aubscrtbed. C;ek Aaaociation of UnlUd lliptiati met LAUD. STOCK AND CROP. DeBord, T. V. Finnell, C. O. Willlama, T. of select fruit At tho aatue time and on the premKhoolahoei from them. 4. The corporation aball commence thia date, at Logan' Creek Church, in thia county, ruy personal property, For Sale. 30 to 60 hog weighing J. Hays. W. A. B. Davis. W. J. Bloomer. iss, willofbe alao. old allBteera, 2 the articles if Incorporation harlng been fllod In Tuy the "Imperial Double Itoller Pat Tueaday, when at 10 o'clock, the former 8 Vllk Com, 3 Dry th office of tha Clerk ot Lincoln from 150 to 17 pound. Good one. K. Ada L. Hunt, A. G. Talholt, Martha J. Cowa and other young Cattle, CO well brnl Kwes, 2 county and ahallCounir Courtyeara from date. termloate S3 bo the beat flour in the cnt," guaranteed to good work Hones, 10 head of Hon, Wig-oB. Th affaire of MoJerator, Hon. J, Speed Smith, called T. Young, McKinney. corporation Musser, Ylrgie Reppert, David Elder, J Jersey Wagon, a Mowing Machine and Farm- ducted by a Board th ulna lrujtc, sra to bo conof market. For ele only by llright A Curran the body to order. Dr. A. C. Caperlon led elected by tha Alao James A. Anderson, Lancaster, Ky., C. Watson, J, O. Bishop. Galatha Maret. J. ing ImnlemtnU generally, Hay 2) Acrtaof Corn anarebolders, one of aald Truatene. eelected by a held of In atacks. Terms IbemielTes to be Frealdent thereol. Ths Truatees the derulional exerclae and Iter. II. T. has several head of fine graded cows and W. Todd, J. J. Wood, Nowton Barron, VI. In the knownaud day lot laic. ma le bright little aon of Mr. Montgomeon The ol shall be elected annually on the Brat Saturday In Al USA ,Y,I. atKSKFJJE. d tha month of Jut., and tho first election ahall be ry Lytle died Monday night, aa expected, Daniel pretohed the Introductory Sermon heifers for sale. Very superior milk na E. Little, W. II. Jones, J. L. Gay, Henheld on tho first baturdsy In June, IMI, until Meaien-geand wa interred in liuflalo Cemetery Tae- - from Acta 4: 12 A call for the ry Wood, Sallie Myers, V. R. Cress, Msr- which time the Incorporators shall shall act as a stock. Board of Trustees, with autuorlty to excerclio the and letter from the Cnurche allowed Lloyd Daly,oneofW. B Feland's hors-e- tha Deltard, Lucy Lewis, James Durham. iwwers conferred by the articles cf th incorporanearly all of them to bj repre.ented. The get the first stake at a Saratoga rice, Honorary members, Mrs. J. 8. Reppert tion. 0. Ths highest amount of Indebtedness or liabilIt wi reiorted here yeaterday that a election of officer of the present reuluu amounting to $1,800. Several other of his and Mis. C. 8. Neild. ity to which aali corporation th.lt st any tltn murder had been committed at Kubanke reaultel In the (election of the auhjectltaclfahall not exceed 11,000. former horses have taken first money this season. The Teacher' Institute is In progress, 7. Iheprlrale nrorxrlrof tha membera of aald Station but we could not get the particModerator and of Mr.T. P. Dudley, Clerk. -- U II. Phillip bought on Clear Creek and thus far has been unusually interestcorporation ahall bo exempt from lta corporate ular. debta. July , 18i). The paator and meraenger of Logan' 4 12 foot walnut logs, all off one tree, for ing. Prof. Yates, of Covington, i conIt. H.BKOOAUUlf, 8. A. MIDDLETON, J. V. rUTTUd, A nice young hone belonging to Hon, Creek were mado acoiuoilltco on Dlrine $50 In the woods. Bowles A Stiles sold ducting it in hia animated and Intercating WM. 8TUAKT. YV. W. T. B. WHITE, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5, 1883, W. It. BILLION, G. A. Lackey reared up and fell down Serrice and a recea waa taken till 1. M. to Simms, Matllngly A Ao , of Lebinon, E.ANUERSON, JAMES HICE. tyle, and the general expression i that lt J. W. ALCOUN. white being trained, Tueaday,nd broke hia Iter. V. K. Klrtlcy opened the eerricm about 1,000 bushela of old corn, delivered, much benefit I being derived from the in- I will offer at public aalo all rur Stock. Crop. harming Implements, Household and Kitchen neck. with prayer. Six Corresponding Associa at $50o. per bushel. Lebanon Standard. struction given. Officers chosen were as Furniture, Ac The tion! reported by letter or mwaenger. Ar, Youh account haa been due two month Baud A Huekner, of Shelby City follows: J. A. Patterson, Secretary, Miss grade atock conilataof Iflvearlln. Mnl.a H1 .nn.1 Kwes, 3 Soulbdowu llucks, 4 Don't wait for etalenieut but come aud ret. A C. Caperton, of the Wratern Rtcordtr, bought of John Baughman 125 ewes a Rosa Reppert, assistant, W. A. Paris, Crit- Mules yean old, 10 Caitlq, 1 and 2 years old, DANVILLE Mil Mary Iloilingaworth, of the Orphan' $2 23 per head; of Sam Biughman. about ic, J, N. Brown, assistant; Financial com- 2 extra good Milk Cowa and Calres. I nlceSaddl tie at once, I need the money. II. C. ana narncu uarj, 1 Filly by Date 11 light. Home. Iter. G, W. Ferryman, of the South same number at $2 30; of 6iulie Lynu 80 mittee, 8. II. Martin, C. C. Williams and Alien, i extra gcud raiuiiy combined Horse, 1 Cow and S Pica. Cumberland Hirer Association being pre- - at $2.00 per head; 80 of David Stephenson W. A. Davis. Also, at ths Mine time and place. If not aold prl- The first exercise wa SriciAi. Notice. llarlng aold out, J oucr mo rAua f.iny uviurv, a wero Inriled lo aeal with the body. G. at $2 60; of Otis Newland 60 at $2 25 and reading, presented by Prof. Yates, followed realdofor aalota wui hlifheat bldit.r. wuera i now enl tb. It I. .itn.. wiah all who owe me to come and aeltle It Water, T. M. Oldham and T. S. Park of Lewi Dudderar 375 at $2 23. by School Organization by W. A. Davl, ted In Uarrard county, Ky., near Camp Dltk without delay. My builuea inuat be doland conilata of were on motion, appointed a committee on Wincheater had the dullest court dsy whose lemarks were but introductory to ed up. W. T. Green. Temperance The committee on DitIuu for years. About 100 head of cattle ou the the subject and other teacher gave their J.T. IlAItnia bakei freah bretd and Serrlce, named Dr, Caperlon for preaching market, mostly mountain cattle which sold views. Teachers' preparation was assign- Well watered, well fenced, fertile land. Nice frame caka erery day. Froah fiah and oyitere at at !l, and that hour he diacouraed from 1 at 21 and 3d per ound. A few good feed- ed to 8. W. Randall, who being house or eight roorui, good atablea and all noceaaa-r- y absent, the oulbulldlnga. all hour, day and night. Squire meaU at Cor. 1; 21, and Itoman 10: 11, IS. After er brought about tr; 40 TKRMSOlfB4I.KorI.iSD. caih: Lai. Manufacturers of or 60 plug horse subject wa ably handled by the Prof. Af- sure In payments to ault purchasers. For further all time, He alao keep the bwt yeiat In peecheaby Mera. Perrymtu and Daniel brought from $i5 to $75, 30 or 10 work ter an animated discussion, the query box particulars, rail on or address the world for tale, on the report of the Orphan Home Cum viiAs. m. mule sold at prices ranging from $80 to and the critics report the first day's exer-cl- e llrysntstllleU, arrurd Co., Ky mltteea collection for it benefit wa taken $160 per head, New PoUal Note have been closed. On Tueaday the subject of The Doorx, NhhIi, minds, Wlmlew up which resulted in $21 '.'5 In ciati and JtmeSkaggs,of Madison Mills," sold leading waa continued. Thia U consider red at the office here. They look rery much Hie bank uotea and will no doubt $115 In church pledge. A resolution re- last week 10 yearling mule for $100 each. jd one of the moatimKrtant thing taught HHd Dear FrAuiCH, Meltl pat aa current. They can be bought for stricting ipeechr to fire minutes except He paid $01 per head for them. last fall, J. and all were much intereated. Language vauy amount under $3 and an additional Chairmen of Committee who ahall have Whit 1'otler A Co , bought of William lemons came next, introducid by Miss Ro lugH, Scroll Kmw fifteen, waa adopted. Tho Tariouacommit-te- e Davenport several car loads of 1,2501b. auui of only three cent. st Reppert, followed by humorou rewere appointed and Hro. A. T.Che Werk, Turn. Train DurAToiiEii Mr. G E. Krana, naull duaUnaled lo write the next corres- cattle at 4 cent. They will .hip to Phil, marks by other. The evening exercises adelphla. J. P. Bate sold Monday to contained the following subjects; Method Muter of Tralua, haa been here for aerer-a- l ponding letter. Phillip A Eubank one horse mule 10 lis. of teaching assigned to Miaa Sue Lewis; itiK I.Hiho Werk, day locating hi train dispatcher! for At 8.30 the aecond day' meeting waa high for "ssWal BtAT Jn ' asssssH. Gieen Gazette. method of conducting Recitations, by Mis the Knoxrille Ilraocli at Stanford Juncto order. Prayer by Kid. L. P. called The Cincinnati cattle market la quiet Lucy Lewis; Spelling and the spelling Flooriujc, CcIllttftiVetstk- tion, where all order for the running of Johncon. Kid II. Allen Tupper, of the 8. at 2tto 3 for common;'faIr to medium i to book, by A. G. Talbotl; and some exceltrain wilt bo Umed. J. M. Mclntoth S. Hoard and P. T. Hale were InTltcd lo 4; good to extra butcher grades 41 to 6; lent idea were brought out upon this crbsarilliiK, will be day and Mat. Woodson night opeI.ttutber, aeat. In lieu of the circular letter, Hro. common to be it shippers 4 to 5 00; stock-er- a subject. Geography waa ably rator. W. T. 11. White read a history of Drake' easy at treated by 0. 0. Williams, Exercisee were and feeder 3 to 4 Hoj are -- And other- Chuck Luck. Marahal Newlind ran Creek church whlo1! wa approred and or- 5 to 6 ht packer of ICO to 210 lb, Interspersed with music. The programme up on a man named A. Q ty, yeaterday, dered to be published with the minutes. weight; heavy butcher 5 to 5J; common 4 for Wednesday, proved very instructive, while In the act ot playing a Chuck Luck William Itay wa 011 motion appointed to to 4 Sheep are more in demand at 2) to Advanced reading, by W, J. Chratnut, game, and roon had him before Judge write the hlaiory of Liberty church to be 6; stock wether 31 to 4; do, ewe 2 to 3 came Oral; a moat pleasant surprise in the Ciraoo, who promptly fined him $23 and read at the next meeting. The regular or- L amb are firm at 4 to 0 centa. way ol a lecture by Hon. W, 8. Knott, OMta. He had notnude a audiclenf am't der ol bualucs was auspended for the Also Uealsraln- The recent returns of the Bureau of brother to the future Governor of our State, to pay it, ao he weit ti join the other of the next place of medio and af- Statistic show that the ocean rates from will long be remembered by all who heard bird la fall. ter ome discussion ltlchmond waa choaeu Niw York to Liverpool have fallen from the masterly way In which he handled the . ! Tub Colored Fair I progreaalog only and Kid. J. M. llruce, of Stanford, selected 21.12 cents per bushel of wheat in 1873 to subject, "Nature," Method of teaching other rrKlona visited by epidemics, and indeed lit alt localities Wheru Lhu comll. fair to medium, A rery good braa band to preach the Introductory sermon, L P. 7.74 ceuts in 1882 -- a reduction of nearly Grammar, by Mia Vireie Reppert, came ioua uro uniavorauia in ueann, tins Call pa us or writs for prlc.i keep a Isrg sixty-fi- r I In attendance and the manager are do- Johuson, of Scaflold, Care alternate. Sevper cent. This means cheapened next on the programme. History waa the Tcjr.tttblo luvlirorsnt and alterative, itutk and will do our best to picas jou la price Hosletter's btomacu Bitters liaj ing all lu their power ta draw a crowd, eral of the cammlitee reported and on mo. food for the foreign countrle which pur- first subject treated In the afternoon. Afand qualltjr ol material. potent aafrgaurd area la feeble found a coutitulloua ami Tragi! frames, while as tiou of Madison Todd, the committee on chase our aurptu grain, and also a larger ter numerous speeches on this subject, an which we hope will be lucceawful a euro for ludlgvstlou, blllouaucs andklu-drs- d wa disbanded and the market for that grain, as a lower price essay entitled, "I Gel good or merciful," They deaerre better, pationage; than they Sunday Schools complaints. It la without a rlvaL M'LASISU MILL CO., eve ul ty air DrugglsU Kail DwUrs ubject referred lo the 8. 8. Board. Kid, J, means a greater number of consumers'. wu read by Mr. Lou Nelld. The thank s Laie got m f Danrlll., Kjr gciKnair, s brr-a- 1'nr.ait Inker's 8 fl. Mjera'. mrS j une-thir- e. N, 1 col 500 PAIRS Me- -' , m x Ladies', Misses and Children Fine and dinni Grade t SJ3HLDIE! Wanting These aro Fresh Fall Goods and Parties SCHOOL SHOES! BRUCE, WARREN & CO. nt .n Crab Orchard High Should Govern Themselves Accordingly. School for Girls! Ice! Ice! Ice! ESTILL JIPMNGS ! PER Prepared to Receive GwMtt. Sailnractery To to tha need s description The rate of board ,D.f??m;tlon I hare a corps of trained serrants an ' will b abl ta furnlih AccemasNtadeM wstmPSfto9 T- IMS. T. E. SMITH, Sale of Fine Lands til persons Th. medicinal qualities ifof th well known pooplsof Central ientuckyS propsrfles! of their will be reasonVbl. tot fcrtntr 'M"' to I"lne, Ky. " Itock-cast- (163-S- m lo MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. E. H. BURNSDDE, JOS. SEVERANCE, ROBINSON ST. Propr J. sa . jcy. This Old and Well - Known Hotel Still Maintains! its High Hoputation, AND Co1onel.-IUchmo- nd Information Wanted. ire xti ot j. to no Country Hotel in the state in iu Par Appointment!, or Atten- tion to Comfort of their GumU. fhT&iV' u Aetemi?ed nrff.,!r.T,.lib ice-col- Land Fox Rent! mm Wi Tha Bar U iiriiV"Vi,clV " ft"will aJsisl aasasodatls Trarslsrs. t0 s alwjy, sinlisd with th ehelaaat ""ads ofLlqaorsaad Cigar. 171-t- Notice Incorporation! FRANCIS HOTEL. i'OKMERLY ST. AiAPH, A Fine Farm l-- STANFORD, Baring had this Hotel -- KY. . Kofurnislied and Refitted I lutci.il te Keep It la a Strictly And tear nothing nndon From basement to garret, a lnaull-men- ta 1'lrat.CIasa Manner, that will add to'th COMFORT OF MY offered GUESTS. y ear-ol- d 1 n, 1 17J-t- r e, m PUBLIC SALE SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS ToJ.,.n',e a I bar Ac., as NICE SAMPLE ROOMS.erarj conranl.nes.such for thiiruT age Transferred to and from the Depot free of charge. ' CHt m calL Commercial Travelers An w. S. rRANCIs! - Land, Stock and Crop KENTUCKY CEHTBJIL B. THE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE TO 12 i na I. 168-- well-bro- And decldedlr tha Popular Bout, aSardlBg, II does, leas change and superior accommodatloaa u to ciwcinrmrATi! Miisonri, Iowa, Xaniai, Texai, n, PLANING MILL COMPANY, 34LO Aores! One-thi- Th North, Northwest and West In tact. If too eoJfa mplat a ulo In any direction, your will b beat r red br purchasing jour tlcksU els tCCsnd Onclnnsil. Pullmui hluur.... tu- handsomely ,utJi!f WsyCosches, and form th furalab. d Keclinlng Chair Cars unauall squipmsnuof this Old tollable, tharsby iukUf a trip or r this lln on t luxurious eomfsrt aal pleasure. Try It. Utrl TIME TABLE. IN EFFECT JULY BOUTU. , 1IM. 173-2- 1 novi,oi:, re-e- aOSTETTtR Arr. Cariial.. Mayarllls ." Arr. I'arui.., 11 13 a m Lre. l'arls. 11 IS a u Arr. Lsalngun.M II 08 p m r iu p m Lre. Part. ., ( 13 pas Mllleraburc. I 0 B SB 10 Ls. " Cotlngton xsimouiaH Cynthlana No. I. No.. Too" am J 00 pea Warn 4 36 p n na m Ns.ll. Illpu CO telpn lllpm pa a " J Lr. " " ' Kkhluoud Laocaatar Arr. UUnlordJunc it l'arls.,, It U p 13 I so p 13 13 WlncheaUTM. am m7 0 p ui -- w iu 10 -- . 1 lOpm oo p m M p aa pi pm II 30 06 $175.-How- ling Noam. No.1. 4 43 am 3 10 a m 30 a I No. I. Bum No.. 3 naa pas Lt. " " uncastsr .. lilchmond- -. btsjinirdJunc Iirestnl WInchMter Arr. rarla.. I.te, Msistlil Air. Millershurg Leaiugtoa irllsl. . I . litis am 30 a OO 1 Building Material lYaiiiiiig Ijiuiibor V' -- &ITTERS U-c- p aa p aa 10 04 a ut 438 p as V.luu.nth Arr. Curlngtun, 1141am 830 pm No. xo Lr, Lax. 8 M a u, Arr. MsyssHT t A a aa f.- - E aiayssiiis s 10 a aa, aft. ?. Z Lt u- - 8 M p hi. Arr. MajailM 1 30 p aa No.' 00 Arr. Ui. L. Msystllt p1 m. p u, Fahaauth 47 M p aa No. 3 Lt. Cur, 8 N ss p aa An. No, a Lt. Falmouth 813am, Air. Gm. IHaia No. II and 4 dally bstwssa fcfchuwoj. iMtutoa and Coring ton; H othsss daUy Lr. " t 30a 1 JMam 00 Diu IMpa a pas 1 I 20 pm 13 pm pm pm Ti7s soapea 34pm m 113 pm. 1 3 18 3 81 " CrnthUna.. 11 sris. to a u 3 80a m 08a m X paa '' ui. ima xflTs)r. Speelal Rate tlu, roancctlons, Q. W.BKNDEK, HafvtlBtwdML te JSmigrAati. MalavnltVsJaHy to-d- . yAsrici.u m-lw- For llcksU, rates and UfermsttM parUlaitg ta Ac, cill ou or W. B. WcROBKRW, A.i , Ssa'l r 9 il 1 Stiw-8KttkIiidtriirn- wI gTAjWjrojtu. Fri4ay Merttag, T- perfect r , 3CT. Aagst 31, 1888 Mun.sMittLr. Jrty l the Mlrmlng riddle III Soni knowledge o( Ui O'f tick of lli Teetameat la nereaeary to eolr II I IVtt I tnia, Ilh To antwtr Ood'e moat holy plan, My body ha did mala complete, Bat without Vara, or arnia or fret; afy ware aadactlone did control, And In ma pit a llting aoui. ' A 8oIaeraadUforUnin, Lord mad Adam lot of dull. A aflrt II Utt to to m Ertt j a, , v - -- UtIeic Ulng I Twaa Adam who gar ma tnr nam, Tbenc from Ma prrecnc I withdraw, No toot of Adam erer knew. a 4 I (Mnoelay Maker I'dld obey, From Him I oarer went antra? j Tbouaanda of mllee I go with f rar, And eeldotn on the earth appear. but 6od did aomel&Ing la me ir. And put a Mttnf ont In me ; A eoul which aoon mr OoJ did claim. And took from me that aoul again. And.rw'hfa from me Hut aoul bad fled, lco " ' , MwMtheeunaheri flrttruade; And, without banda rr feet or aoul, I tratel now from le to pole. I labor SOU lioth day ed night gtre gVeM light ; T6 f alka Thonrlrida of "people, young and old, nJ t IU, Mo by my death, gnat light behold. i Jq i I fear doth trouble me True happlneaa I can Deter aee TobeaTcn I can nerrr go, eiakia'dcata", to bell below. . '" tfi3J ,lJtllrJ mr f tlenda, thcaa llnea you'll And new, m The acrlpturee I cannot believe right or wrong I ran'tconoelTe; Although mr nam therein la found empty aound. They an ir read, HW And aearch the acrirturee with all apeed, And, If mr name yon don't find there, Xll UJnk It Itrwge, Ido declare. ,ftWrJillFECT GENTLEMAN." i i.. KKV. WILLIAM 'BT . If. BAKEH, D.D. aro Hie documents (or GiO acre? of best bottom kink, Sir. Morgan; convenient for you to would' (iIat tM lv6one 6f yotir wry beat super-"linunits for that?" Mr. Morgan Vai not merely tlio keeper of a rcady-mad- o clothing store, but a IVeatS'iieal more. He had opened his warehouse near tho mouth of that ono (Msjtosrfckmlhweetern rivers which poured its) jandcly 'waters tlmough tho richest ! sugar lands on tho continent, cotton and tliero was littlo known to men in which he did not deal, from a paper of ' 'nwxues, a uranu 01 caiuo, a urovo 01 horses, a' cargo of corn, a river steamer, up toaplAuttioH with, all its negroes and other machinery for tho making of Never as yet either sugar or tobacco. had ho declined a trade, whatover its 'nature,., 'jQtfrteinly, Gen. McPherson," ho replied, asd proeeeded to heap his counter with broadcloth suits. He would have vdunajthsveamG it ,Ms customer had not, a? m we tJsaally. Um case, a picayune to ieffer, him. fF Hie, General was a power aiSairtha Wgiea, tunl yet no man could ay Therein that pbwer lay. Ho was of a commaBdiag.presence, but tho reverse of liaaJeewe; That ho had been thoroughly educated, and hod seen much of Ui xvorld, was sa evident as tliat his clothes wcro invariably of tho shabbiest . (Inscription. People knew that he was the best lawyer, tho most interesting of talkers, seated upon tho goods box or i.nvetajrstl'vpdh tfw stump, in tho State. For him to to go beforo a jury was to win ttio,case, however desperate ; but it consoled.Uie parties on the other side . to know, that his fees, large as they 2wre,:$fOHld be Joanedtor given away in advance. It may bo that the alcohol in jI)iaJiho saturated, himself was as the chemicals to a battery, for there was a sneeies of; almost galvanic magnetism about tho man. Ho had but to speak to you in his courtly fashion, but to call ,,'' Hero k'b&-Aiioll- reasoned with himself, his keen oyes he slapped exclaimed, "if I himself, upon tho thigh, tho surprise upon his disreputable yet distinguished increjuuig tho admiration with whioh he friend. "This man has in himself all continued, to gozo up tho miry road, that education can do for a gcutloman. "and, poor girl, sho can no moro refuse He knows the world, is as able, as eloquent, is in as vigorous health as a mau than if sho, tvere a catbird and ho a I" Plunging both hands iuto can bo. Whatever ho wants ho can get. his trousers pockets, Mr, Morgun re. Nobody can stand against him. In uained ntuudiLg in his doorway, shukiug Bpito of all ho can say or do, who can .Lis head from timo to time in sorrowful help admiring, loving him no is tho re8ection, until it was time to closo tho most worthless human boing I over met, and yet thero is uot a man I like better. store for tho night. " Mr. Morgan was ougry at Mr. Mprgau was exceedingly clear Why is it ? mat. himself that ho, kuowiug men in genLeaded in this as in many another (er, for ben. McPherson, after riding eral so well, could not comprehend this six miles along its bauks, deliberately man whom ho ltad known so long. "No, my dear sir, uo," Gen. McPherhalted lis horso whoru a road ran down water, dlautpuntcxl, tied the ani son remarked to him when they bade to the "not another .laacctaMlyfOa dogwood sapling onJ each other a loud halloa. Ho hud to do t dime I I will tako only tho sum I wen HfP .nuslii twd uguiu, but at lost, as uighj tioutd and no more. I know precisely fii a caaoo aieared from across tin what I want," and tho next day Mr. negro, Morgan had gcue his way, liking hi npir, pavJdJed by fiiuiid ruther more thou over, "Miss Atklino in at home, Uucl Thiro is littlo more to add. Bofote HYes, Mass' GeaoraJ." It was saLJ uoou of the coming iluy Gen. MoPhenoii tid deposited u sealed cuvelojw with young mis-- , kyowht crwrtely, for he ifopriotor of tho h tel and goue mt thq Mm belie of tho country, twr.v Jio biinlmst of driukiuB' Murar dIuiUUod of ) youbyyour.namo, but to lay lib hand upon your shouldsr in his frank and loving way, and you wero lus for life, way, you Although in a could no moro conio in contact with Gen, glcPhcrsbnj.ttiid, resist his fascination it. instead, an electric "Thank you, sir," tho General said ecU " Tho General is a perfect gentloat last, "I had forgotten it, and it is mari'Tos tho invariable summing up exceedingly kind in you to mention it. of eveuihU manifold waeknessea. would liko a littlo money I fti an hour after entering Mr. Mor I confess I, Let mo see " and ho sat, his chin upon ' gau's store ho 'was clothed from head tr his bosom, buried in calculation. foot. hat. new handkerchief, linon neck. Tliero never was a moro unsentimental tip,. boots asd all. "Do not mention it," ho said, with deprecating hands, mau than Mr. Morgan. Tho autithesit r suggested that of tho other, iu that ho was n shrowd, when tho ' the acres. he had paid wero considerably sharp, practical, money-makinperson, as determined in his honesty as in hit . xapro than tho outfit was worth. "It job kucw what I intend, you would purposo to be rich. Not that Gen. was not honest, but that an unagree with mo," ho added, as ho with drew, and Mr. Morgan, following him to reasoning generosity was an element ol the door, aav him mount his horso and his peculiar intluenco ; whatever monoy disappear up tho river and into tho pecan ho had flowed from him as unconsciously as its intluenco from a magnet, ' lores L surprised," Mr. Mor-ga- n 'Why is it? Why is it?" Mr. Mor-gu- n "X wouldn't bo wholly-differostore-keeicg on tho " oo torn, nart a comownat train of mi tori", and tho old soul was weary lwu'eji ng them over to lici place, and to aim fro. "Back In, Unuio Joe, and hero lis ping of tobacco for you," and tho General rearranged his glossy collar, stepped daintily upon ou old logtokeephU boots clean, and settled his new hat nion his carefully brushed hair. It may havo been tho cngemcM of the cluwioo to accept tho prorTered plug; rumors wero current tliat tho old soul had been bribed to manngo it iu that way by rivals ; in any cose, as tho General stepped into tho ca;.oo it was swept aside, possibly by tho turbid stream, and, hat foremost, tho visitor plunged into the river I "Does you want to bo put across now?" tho old negro demanded, when tho General had scrambled into tho frail bark, an object for tears and laughter. " Of cottrso ; go ahead, you old fool ;" tho other ceased from liii profanity and tho effort to get tho water out of his hair, beard and oyes, long enough to say that. Now all this is of any value because it Is narrativo of simple, fact, and herein is the wonder of it. Miss Adclino Jackson was as much of a lady as her opportunities allowed, sweet tempered, scnsiblo and excellent every way, as well as a beauty and an heiress, and sho did not hesitato nn instant, when sho know who it was, to reccivo her dripping guest ,You may, if you please, call it her notnaiily pity. I will not deny she had her lntigli out before sho went into tho parlor whero her visitor sat by tho roaring Qresldo enveloped in a halo of steam from his strcomtug garments. But ho was nouo tho less Gen. McPherson I llather ho made himself that much tho moro so I From tho moment of entering tho, room, his pretty hostess surrendered herself to her visitor and to the circumstances of tli) case, and the con vernation was that ranch tho livelier, for that was the mood also of time, tho place and the people. Gen. McPherson had uever seen as agrooablo a companion as now ; the lady had never been quite as charmed and charming. Yet no ono knew better than herself tho vices and the alas l virtues of this lover of hers. Yea, it was tho fascination of snake, for, knowing perfectly well what must follow, bIio too yielded herself to him as everybody else had to do; and, liis now suit being thoroughly dry and led up again by tliat time, in two nion Utt Miss Adelino Jackson had become, and as glad to do it as n bride could be, Mr?. Gen. McPherson I Just four years afterword Mr. Morgan happened to be in Now Or leant and staying at tho St. Charles Hotel. In going to bed ono night ho went by mistake into a room which ho supposed to lie his own. A gentleman was seated at a tablo therein writing, a revolver lying upon tho tablo by tho inkstand. In tho act of apologizing for his intrusion Mr. Morgan sprang forward and shook tho other cordially by tho hand. It was Gen. McPherson, apparently the samo courteous gentleman as ever, with, as Mr. Morgan well know, tlds difference, that Mrs. McPherson was dead, believing utterly in and devotedly attached to and proud of her husband to tho last. It is trite that tho General had squandered her property, but sho had clung to him rather tho moro for that reason. Bhakspeare saturates Richard III. with the same astonishing magnetism; certainly Aaron Burr possessed it; only you havo yourself to meet tho man perfectly to understand, not it, but its wonderful working, a working as quiet, too, as silent, as irrcsistiblo as any other magnetism. " I am glad to meet you," Mr. Morgan yielded so far to it as io say beforo they parted for tho night, after a long and delightful talk over old times, "fo you would never let mo pay you what I owo you "for that land." "That land?" the General hail all about it, and his friend hod to remind him of tho suit of clothes and tho acres with which ho had purchased iinm-crons d t ncro m not a moro popular man in Now Oilcans, nnd ho had all tlio MIit-anc- o at tho bar ho could desire People raid afterward that they had never known him to bo as full of anecdotes A brilliant saving-- ,, never m genennta, as fascinating in every woy as then, and the ladles whom ho met moro tliau agreed to it. When tho last cent for tho purposo was upcnt tho General was found in his room doud, by a bullet from his own hand. Had Mr. Morgan conio in on tho night of his intrusion ten minutes later, ho would have found him dead at that time. " I had supposed," the proprietor re marked, " that the General was moro of a gentleman than to" But just then he thought of tho cnvo!or o deposited with him, 0cncd it, found money enough to tn'jo than meet tho General'! lnxird bill nnd bury him, and corrected himself. " Yo, ho was, ho was a perfect gontlo-ma- n " and that was tho verdict of all. Down to tho raggedest about tho hotel, up nnd over many states to tho wisest nnd best men who know him, everywhere tho samo phrase scaled and silenced all comment : " What a gentleman ho was with it all; a perfect gentleman! " Hut I feel that what I havo said of him cannot bo understood ; you had to know tho General yourself I Liko dodo and upteryx ho belongs to on extinct species. 1 ou would search his own habitat in rain to find his like. Tho very tvpo boa perished I no was far, very far from being a good mau, and yet, with ovory-lod- y else, I liked him, I fear, so very much u,oro than I did sotno who, in certain respects, were as saints in comparison. I am aware that I should bo ashamed of myself, but nt this moment the tears como to my eyes as I think of him ; I cannot help il;Cuiirtfiatlou-alU- L 1 lioot-blacto-da- y Lieut Livififstone 1.V IDYl, OE THE PLAINS. 18CC tho narrator was serving in the Second United States cavalry, and was stationed at Fort Laramie. Previous to this then had Wen much troublo with the Indians, but at that timo a profound pcaco had succeeded, and soldiers and Indians wero living on tho most friendly terms. In the neighborhood Spotted Tail was stationed with a wholo band of red men, warriors, squaws, and papooses, numbering in all something over 3,000 souls. Many of the females of Spotted Tail wero quite good looking. But among them all nono was moro beautiful than tho daughter of tho old chief himself, Spotted Tail. Tho soldier who tells tho story docs not remember tho girl's Indian name, but knows that sho was known to all tho garrison as Paulino. Tho most clossio and Aesthetic of mortals could not deny her beauty. Sho had a good forehead, a head, features almost Gre cian in their outline, and a form that any woman might envy, it was so exquisitely rounded, and yet so graceful and statuesque. Hor dress set off nil those beau ties to tho utmost advantage. Sho was 18 years of age, and walked with a firm, graceful gait, in which every movement In the spring of well-forme- d "and . 1 good-nigh- whlto-lieiule- d 1j rklt ier seemed perfection. Sho was wonderfully neat in her personal appearance, and her hair was always dressed in tho prettiest and most becoming stylo, and nover hung loosely and slovenly about her head, as did that of most squaws. No wonder tho old chief, her father, loved her, or that all tho Indians, as well as tho wholo garrison, felt the benign intluenco of her presence. Dut in all tho garrison thero was no one who conceived for her so great a paseion or who saw his suit met with so much favor as a young Lieutenant in an infantry regiment stationed in tho fort Lieut Livingstono was tho scion of a worthy Now York family, proud alike of tlio purity of their blood, tho honor of their family namo and their undisputed wealth, no was a person of fine, manly presence, and, as tho narrator believes, gentle an honorablo and man. By that undefined, undofluablo something, call it lovo, magnrtuiu, electricity, what you please, thero Bprang up in tho hearts of both theso young people a mutual feeling of sympathy and affection for each nther. Spotted Toil may not nt first have looked with favor upon his danglit-r'- n choice, but, whatever bad opinion ho may havo hod of the Lieutenant was clanged by a littlo episode iu which tho Lieutenant was a patticipaiit Some of tho Sioux had lately been proyingou the garrison and hod stolen their horses. Spotted Tail's men wero hostilo to them, and lookol eagerly for tho vengeance which thoy know their white friends would visit on the Sioux. A littlo baud of soldiers, iu which was included Lieut Livingstone, started out, accompanied by two Indian guides from Slutted Tail's band. Tho party traveled all night through a most romantio country; the scenery had a sublimo and rugged grandeur, and thoy "passed over high mountains and scaled tho edges of deep precipices. 'When morning camo they met tho Sioux, killed a great number of them, recovered their horses, took many tine animals from tho Indians and rifled the deserted camp of much rich booty. The war had, however, been hotly contested, tho Indians fighting liko tigers. Dut no ono on the side of tho whites had fought with so much fierceness as Lieut Livingstone. He seemed to core nothing for his own life, but fought with u bravery that was tho admiration of all who saw it Tho Indian guides brought book to their chief the story of Living-stouovalor, and, as Uie Indian prize nothing so highly as bravery, Siwttod Tail from that moment looked upou Livingstono as a great hero, and thus begun ono of thosj friendships which nothing but death can suudcr. Time went ou, and thiro crept into tho poor Indian's life tlio old, old story Qtoif UiBcroft, Mtit11I, Ky-- writer! of the pain sad sweetness of great Brown's Iroa imttn coaiplsleiy cuteu mm of cofitlouil kMrtburn, love. s. elegantly-ornamented high-minde- d 's ( iage- according to both tho rites of tho church and tho red rim, and according to tho testimony of those who knew the parties it was consummated. In tho meantlmo rumor, with her thousand tongues, ppreod tho story far and wldo till it reached tho homos of tho Livingstones in New York. Tho Lieutenant's mother was plunged into nn excess of shame nnd indignation at her son's conduct ; tho father had a fit of most rage, and tho valiant old man staled for tho West, determined to push on lor Fort Lnrnmle, whatever lions or Indians lay in his path, nnd pre vent this most unnatural and dangerous lUison from going further. Out on tho plains dreadful stories of Indian massacres and bonier troubles camo to his rar, and tho old fellow hurried back to gout and civilization. Beyond tho Bocky mountains tho Fort Lnramio idyl was ncaring its end. A fow months of happiness weut by, tho old chief loving tho young man as his son, tlio daughter evidently finding an earthly paradise with her soldier lover. Here wo touch tho Bhodow of a great Was her husband truo or mystery. false? All tho soldiers know is that ho suddenly left tlio garrison with a scouting party. Was it to obey the call of duty, or had ho tired of his Indian bride? For tho rest tho old chief saw that his beautiful prairie flower was fading, Tho rest is soon told. In a fow short months, in giving birth to a beautiful child with tho sanctity of a great sorrow resting ou 11b littlo brow, Paulino died. And about three weeks after tho young lifo perished too. In tho meantime, many of tlio soldiers had left to quell somo Indiau disturbances that wero occurring at tlio lime, and tho wholo story of Paulino's death was unknown to them. It was in the beautiful days of early autumn, and the raro enchantment of tlio matchless Indian summer lay oTer everything. Iu rarely beautiful tho dying glories of Jay in the fall of 18C7 the soldiers were returning to the garrison. As thoy approached its familiar surroundings thoy wero surprised at seeing a largo of other soldiers in tho garrison Later mustered around somo object thoy discovered that many Indians wero in tho lorty, and thought that something of an unusual character must bo transpiring. A nearer approach and a few moments' observation and inquiry revealed tho sguitlcauceof tho scene. Spotted Tail md liii wholo band with all tho soldiers uf tho garrison had turnod out to cclo-'at- o with the most solemn Indian ritca Hie fnnend of tho old chiefs daughter "lid her child. Tlio blue coats and gild-o- J buttons of tho soldiers, mingled with the fantastic attiro and picturesquo display of color shown by tho braves, the wailing of tho Indian women, and tlio funeral rites, made all tho moro solemn and impressivo to the mind of tho soldiers from the novelty and mystery connected with them. Tlieso ceremonies wero celebrated on a small elevation or a mound. In tho soldiers' ceremony at Fort Laramio Spotted Tall and his whole band, tho old chief riding ahead, followed by nil his warriors, and tlio wholo company uttering frightfnl meanings. The squaws, many of them mounted on pciiics, came with their hair disheveled and hanging loosely over their shoulders and tho front of their persons. Looking around them the soldiers soon saw tho place designed for Paulino's On tho top of four upright sepulchcr. posts tho warriors placed a plain white box nbout four feet wide, nine feet long, anil fonr foot deep. Thii box contained Pauline, and iu it tho Indians placed various articles for tho young womau's uso iu her journey to tho happy hunting-groundAmong these articles wero buffalo roles, various kinds of furs and skins, two saddles, and two dirks with Tliero handles. were also three bows and a bunch of arrows, niado after tho fashion of tho Choycnuo tribe, of which Spotted Tall aud his family were members. Tho box being filled and placet! ou tho poles, tlio chief uiodo a signal that it should bo brought forward. A number of ponies from outside of tho cemotcry were brought in. Out of all that great herd there was selected ono beautiful animal. Thoy thou placed on the jony their choicest Indian gear, spotted ribSpotted bons, beads, feathers, etc. Tail then got down from his pony, which was similarly decorated. Tlio first pony, from tho caro bestowed in its selection, was supposed to bo tho best in the pur ty, and tho other, as it belonged to tho chief, was, of course, thought not to rank far behind it in excellence. Thcso ponies wore, according to tho Indian's theology, designed for Paulino's uso during tho loug journey sho would havo to make beforo reaching tho happy hunting-groundTlio skins and buffalo robos placed insklo tlio sarcophagus were for her uso through tho long winter when Bbo would Iiavo to wear fur about her for a cloak and around her feet for moccasins. All the other articles had definite uses according to Indian Bupcruaturulism, but tho significance of most of them tho soldiers could not determine. In tho account it was stated that Mrs Liviugstouo, mother of tho Lieutenant, wasscarchiugforhor son's child. Her search will be in vain, for it died a short time after the death of its mother, and its little sarcophagus Is placed on a smaller and shorter system of raised poles beside that of Pauline. Lieut Livingstone was not present at tho iutombment of his bride, and was not heard of by tlio garrison for a long Later rumors state timo afterward. positively that ho is dead, and it is said he cudod his ruther roinautio- lifo on a voyage to Europe, con-cour- isMd on marr- STATE COLLEGE 0? VIHIXT ,,!l..lm,l,r' n, "T' MW t it ,t MKTHODIKT, rt. , ererr ntt.1 Oimmt rrlal AarHMlimal trnteiecpt the third. Prayer Meeting amy (i.oi"eIKtiMr Tnl rml Prn,. ilimlrr' M r Tnureday night. Sunday School at lx) a. m. aannm Itianl iiliirmliiMT.rt.rti-v- weiki In SOUTH. CRCRCM BIRRCreRT. Her. H. C. Mortlwn, Sunday morning anS Hill. i i Nndln-trw- i. ! BROWH'S IRON Kt. H. O, Morrlmn, Superintendent. BITTERS rill cure djirrU,!rrtliurn, ma! ria, kidney ilitcaie, liver complaint, ami other wailing diacatra BROWN'S IRON iliri'itlli-irelintw.Kr, noon. Sunday School at .0 1. . K. K. Jtarrow aoi. 11 ' Superintendent. Worahlp by lb ar IlAlirbAH VOHHtf CHRISTIAN. ilar. PrearhlnabT congregation Oat I)r. J. W. on Second and Fourth laord'a daya. Sunday School at :!. Joe. Mererance, Superintendent. SOUTH. -- Iter. I. H, PlthSHYTKHIAN, tVhool at 1 10. John W. Kant, Huperlniendent. Union Prayer Meeting. Thetf.lh Annual I'alr ef Ih Pour Ion County WMnea-laAgricultural Siclety will h held at Parla, Ky., nlfhta. Imilnnlrg SeotemWr 4lh ami continuing Steday. N.wHlableet I.nonlal'rriln. New Standi IhelHIalel In Uneoflhteithir-mtlTrackaladdition to the tegular claw rlnga for eloek, there of ground will Ixtwotrola each day. areeaalkle (romi;all de.lre-- 1 all that could I tolnt hy rail lloral Hall wl-- lie uaualaltrac. HTAMrOnit. KV lion. The Kentucky Central llallmad and branch. ea will run eielat train at eirnrtlnn rale. Entrance to puraeacbiM Augnit lh. for parllct'. W.S V. WALTON, - - Proprietor. lira, addrraa the Secrrlarr, J W. FEIH1IIHON, rrraldenl. night. J. H. BAPTIST. Hv. FourthIlaccK, faator. Hertlcea Hundaya, morning and and 1'ratrr Meeting erety Wedneaday after- rear. IraieltmlllMtl ' ast.indtrila inaihincfTehiirrlTite Canarltr luneeeliin-l- t whlef amleinenwa inrenviniiiit inKrhtiichr. Tnf m!NlMiie apply'"' idpiv II Knri,o.tciJiMK I'itth. . Agricultural Society OPERA HOUSE, WA rAlllCF.il,Bcrtary. ! 81 BITTERS enrlcliei the blood and purifies the ijrUemi cures weakneaa, lack of energy, etc. Try a bottle. ie of Slage,!axM. Kltht complete eeta ef Been- rry Keating rapacity, including gaiiery, auu. lUwaonable ralea to good attraction. Addrraa aa abote. LIVERPOOL Stanford Female College. NTANFOIU), KY. With BROWN'S IRON a Full Corps of Teachers, A1.LTHK UKANClltH OP A i LONDON Tklalnitltutlon will open lie Thirteenth Seealan neat. on the 2d Monday In k 1 GLOBE ! BITTERS it the only Iron preparation that does not color the teeth, and will not cauie headache or conttipatiou, at other Iron preparation! will. THOROUGHENGUSHCOtinSE Art- taught, M well a XiiNiiraiicc Company MDBIC. TUB LANOUAaEB. UHAW-INCAND PAINTINQ. American Atieti, 15,212,737 81 31 yennt Louei paid ia $31,000.000.00 in U. S. exceed Solid, rromjit and llonorallf. l'aji losses TTlthont (10 ilnjn' tllscoitnl. Does tho Leading American I'olltlr written by TERMS MODERATE. til; In Tuition, prlree rang from S2S to M In lb x regular ,imi, w"t iuwiiwi.,. rreparatoiy, f M, and Uolleglate, SM. BROWN'S IRON Bntineoi. for full particular!, aa la Hoard, .tcaddreae HHM. H. V. THUKIIKART, tTlaiclj.l. Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky, JOHN SIX OTHKn M. PHILIPS, FIKKT-CLAH- 8 Agent. BITTERS and all aulTcicrt from neuralgia, hyiteria, anil kindred will fti'd it without an equal. HALL'S Ratarrh, Rube 13 BECOMMEWDED DY PHYSICIAHIX COM III at lhaaain agency, PAN I K3 Eatea reaaonaU IWiVN Chicago . KOUTK. Railway. UMK RUHNINII Louisville, New Albany & TIIK &wWm tr1L WirtuM total eTarBHWM(tin 5-T- Im Ur. rfU.XKMf BR rAYH Tllli ft KmI atortan. Tmii. .ill tlua a Uw. Tlftff tfiU Itih rMiTlbUr. JMU 6f BINMAMTM, Eiiuuarov, .r. 'IO I Catarrh of tho Komi Cntlty Chronic ontf Ulcerntltol Catnrrn INTERNALLY,Co or of th JSnr, nnd Throat, it la taken Blood net DIRCOTLY upon th Syatem. and It of tn Mucou 8urtnc In tho ltrto Iwat Blood Purifier thntlo WORLD, nnd la worth ALL chargtd for It, for THAT nlono. - OU11X1S . ... OXl.V Pullinun LOUISVILLE KrnllL Koticb. Palace TO Cars! AND SOLID TRAINS CHICAGOI xxno CULT IHIESKAL TO THE PUBLIC We will now pay epeclal attention to rCOHTOM OUINDINO.ia either bolted or unbolted meal, 110-- t We nromlae to el re eallibetlon. and when dealred will giro Patent Flour tot Wheat. Can male MrALlNTI'.K ANALLCE. ThouMnda of gram ar annually rootwd 01 ineir Tlctlua. litre prolonged. happlncaaanj health re- aiorra uy um oi me creel ROBBED And wa offer One Hundred Oollnre for any C:io of Cntnrrh It will not Pure. ircoHMstlp. CrtnriirJaillle, WILL CUKU ANY CASU. ami Clilrngo without change. Offlco of A. T, 8TwiT OoI Cnicaoo, lit, Juno 4, 1WU. ( TIMK TAIILK. J. CAenrytt Oa.. Tulccfo, tt ilturt. F -- I Ute plcajnira Inlnfonnlnt you "" Utntlrmrn BTATfuNsT Daily. Ially. uacd Hall' Cutarth Cum. It liaa that I Uto w vry bad and don't hceluta to Lit. euro! mr I 7 41pm ay thatltwlUrureanycaKicf Catorrb IX Ukra Air. (Irreocattle. . I 01 a ta t 01 pm Your truly. properly. CnwIordnUle IMpm - ., Ijilayelt lllam II pm 8IO A IIOTTLK.. WOItTII " Chicago . TMamafpm R.MntAr,Jckacn, Mich., write Ilare hail Catarrh for 3D yrara. Ilall' Catarrh Cure cun The mct direct roole, with oily on changaof me. cmUderit worth 1 10.00 a bottle. Wureniln, MlaneMla, lawa, ct per at CUE.VUY bnttlo. ran. Mall Ac lnla In lurtber lutormatloa, addreae For Kebruka, & Oft ltSirrturein.l "Xuir F J VIUKItAV Kr.LLKH,U. I. A., ok llvirietora, TOUUX), OUIO. 128- Uulattlle, Ky rrw Tim makkkt.:! CURE FOR CATMH Taaaengera Irom lb Knoi-rt'l- e ItrauchofU A N. It, It. arrlr la UiImII1 la llm to lak lb evening train of toa.-MDItoul and go through to Ifajetta l.llll.... Itlia lllm 1 J For aal la Stanford by Penny A Me A Hilar . GERMAN INVIGOKATOR I Which poalllrely and permanently rare itiuio-trtic- p, (cauaed ty exceaar ol any kind.) Arinl-lin- f and all dlree thai follow a aa loaa of energy, kaaol aeouenecof memory, uoirerau laaeuuue, pain in ine docs. dlmnewortUion. rreniatur old axe. and many other dlaeatea that lead to coniuraplloD and pre- maturegraie. rfiend lor circuiara wiin teen FOR THE MILLION. monlala free br mall. The l.Xl'KJOIt.lTOH laaold at It per Ui,orelx boiee (or S3, by all aruggiata, orwui u aeni ire oy man, aecureiy MANUFACTURED UY W. K. OAMH, aiiareMing aeaioi, on receipt ii price, IU Adame atreel, Toledo,Ohlo. jr Bole agent for the United tJtalea. Afflicted, Attention DR. GAM'S REMEDIES 11. I rOUISViLLtT & NASHVrtlERrll D., THE CRCAT V. J. CHUNKY, MONTICEIXO. KY. Through Trunk Line RICHMOND PLANING I complete 91 91 MILLS! Illrbmoutl a Urge m rraarec hte recently 0111 rd In runiog aiiu, adj J 1IDU OI toiurnun tnj Tha world I Slled with th wonderful, Uautl- rul and Intricate inTrnllon ol man, yet an tna combined talent and genlua that lb world ha e- known na nerer pitkiucra anytning mat ran Medical compare walh "Dr. Uann'a IlemeUlea.'' kill and aclence bate, aa yet. lalled to dlKoter any tniogeuuai to mem, lur in cur oi to uia-eaifor which they ar recommended. Aa their tlrtura and uara ar nralard br tbouaanda tbrouah- out the length and breadth ol th land, end a Standard Kaiullr Medlcluei, thry cannot be an tare fully auUUntlaled by th tlroog-e- at tea tl monlala. ForCbugba, Culda. Croup, llronchltta, Oonaump-tlo- a and all Hiavaavaa ol th Throat and Lungt, Mff AND QUICKEST Wlltioflt Change and SHORTEST wllhSptdjflrltae. ROUTE BUILDERS' MATERIAL! Use Dr. Ghiiii'h Couch Nyrnp. For Liver Cbuiiilatnt.DTarepala. uiMsaaea, IscLVDixa - IndUeationJauu- dice, Conetlpatiou, Suur htomath and all lillioua raou locmviixi to Tin WeHtlicrboHrilliiK, I'looriitR, Uso Dr. (UHiiu'ri I.Uvr Cure. rtrblie and Doorx, NiihIi, IUIiiiIh, I,ntliH, For Ithcumatlim. Neuralcla. Mtiralua. lor manor Swelllnga-external application oeaat MblugiCM, MouItllitgH, Ntntr Vho Dr. tiiiiiu'H I.luliiieut. an SOUTH & WEST AllatitA. It., .ttb.k. Jackaomllle, Mobile, and New Orltaaa. pULlHfNCARS Htt cbaag to Meunhla. WHJH, iVf. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In Palace Car Without Change, Fornira, Ilemorrholda, Hurm, Flilula aimnar uiaeaaea, and all Aa I aell at price aucb at lb abor artlclracan be bought In bouUrllle. Cincinnati, or other whole- aale houiee, I am aure I can make It to joul ad vantage 10 patronit nom lnaiiiunona, I am Vho Vho Dr. Claiiii'M l'lloOliiliiient. Dr. Ghiih'm Illifcr-HHCct SHORT LINE TO THE EAST From Loularlll la Palac Car without chang. auo m practical For Frcali Cula, Ilurua, Ulcere and Old Sorra, ARCHITECT. And am prepared to rurnlih dealgna and eillinatee lor umiaingaaou an Kinuoi erroil worK. That 1 am doloff no amitl huitunaa. can liattnlff. ed from the fret that my bank account rusa from A ItellableTonle. Arnetlaer and Illood l'urlfier. SI.60U to f 2.000 per weeV, and alio cure Iiirptla, Jndlgeatlon, Liter Contracting and building done promptly aud at Coiuptalut, Malarial 1'vvtr and all (Periodical iitiub iTiice. Auurcee uiteak. Aiauuiaciurcuana loraai uy C. N. NTAFFOKH, OIllllllClll. Vho Dr.C.Htin'M NIoiuhcIi Seeking homo on th line ol thlt rod will receive apcclal low ratea, St Agenti ol t hi Company for ratea, routaa c. P. Aie-ORAc. or will 0. P. 4 T. A. ) PMInDAUTC IO llltlcni Loulalll, Ky. Don't Be Led Astray! lly th peculiarly rrorded vlrertlacnientaof rlral routea, which are llabl to derelr th public The bborteat and (Julctcet ltouU from Clocln-ca- ll Weat la th w. k:. Bole proprietor, Monllcello, CARTERS Ky. ny nun win rrceif piompt atientioa. a. x., w-- u A1I order I ITTLE PILLS. IVER " Kentucky's Kouto Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Tbaonly lint running & -- I R. W. East Glnclniiiiti to St. Louis Hour ahead of all other line. 10 Houra- - ! Sick rtndacha and rillero all the trouble' Incident tu a blllou auto uf the arilun, audi aa Nanara, Drowaln), Ultima after rating, J'aln loth bide, Ac. Whllo their moat remark. able aucxeaa ha Urn ahown la curing CURE IlndAehr.rrt Carttr'rLltUo Lirer rtlliaro equally suit rttculato tht Lowrl. Kvm IX SICK 4 O PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING 2 A SOLID TRAIN 2 2 I.etilivHlc,rjliiclHUHltiuilI,fxl2H0ur8tJu!.cha.EU,l"n OARS raoM Dally Tialna, with no chang of can for any clamolpaaaengera. Pally Tralni to Loularllle, with Fre Parlor Dally Tralna to Kiannllle, 4 hour In of all other riiuUa, with on lea chang of can. Dally Tralua to Cairo, T houra quicker than any other Hot, and no chang of uara. Dally Tralna to New Orleana. No chang ol car from Cincinnati. they only curod Arha thry would bealmoat prlctlca to those who lr auttir irom lUI dlatrcaelnj complaint I but f their gooOnea doe no t end hire, and thoe who one try them will And tbeee little pllUrala. able la eo manyway that they will not mwuUiik lotto without (hem. JJutaJUrsllalckBusd. HEAD ACHE i Timou th Ritu Cara, and leaachaag of cara Uliy than by other lluea. Th O. Jb M. la th only lln with 4 Dally Tralua from Cluilnnatl to Hi. Loula, making direct Connecting to um depot with mat train lor ceuueclloiia In the Uulon Depot (at SI. Loultlwlth lllaaourt 1'aclno Hallway, St. Loula, Iron Moun. tain d Soulbcru lUllway) Chicago & Alton Mall, road; Chicago, Uurllugtco A Qulucy lUllroad: A HI, Loula Itaflroadi Wabuh, HU laiuUA FaclSe lUllroadj Mlaaourt, Xanaaa A. Tela Kail The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan- - way t Bt. Loula A San Frauclit Hallway, 1UKI0H, uy., - Chlc0 BouU,u Kansas Two uur WASHINGTON CITY. V Title, Norfolk, Imprwi This Upon Your Memory. Jb M.U th only lln by which you can get through cara Irom Cincinnati toHt, Loula All Virginia and North Carolina Points. Thf. I where wa tukm oar grunt boaet. Our pUl cut It vrhibj Other do But. carter's utiia jjrer mi r very mn ana very wry to take. OnaerlwotillUinakeadoaa. The ar atrktlr YuctUbl and do not crip or allwb butbytbilr itcntl action r,li iialhai aualaalltlcmtat lite forll. Soli if 6rogtfuU tray wfawo, w tu( uyimu. I lhtana cf o siany Urr that her without paying extra tr la addition to ttioay paid for tlikel. For lick. u. ratea, or any Inlormatloo.call oa For ticket and further Information, apply to your nearat ticket office, or addrraa Ticket Ageala of connecting lluea. -I- N (I'leaMcaUatlftlt Walnut at. M JAM KM (). KKNHT. wl'uu,l t.. tiraud UoUi Uaol. Wealera Aaat, 310W MnlnMIU)ularlll,Ky. M.W. YVVhKH. 0ji' JWr At. Atamoaa, Ylfglal. ninrlnnafii J, 0. HILL, CAKTER MEDICINE CO., New Yk, U, W.NMITM, tiM'l MauajM, w. w. pka.kouy. Om'l Manager. FatMOCw naaj.U w. B. 8H ATTUO. Ow'lPaawojw At .X7. Aft