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Semi-weekly interior journal: September 4, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883090401_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: September 4, 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. - Hef fleiti VOLUME Stwi-MccM- X.-- N UMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER Kncourago newspaper men, for you don't know what annoyances they go through. Their most elaborately pro pared articles sometimes thrown out liecauso of pressure on the columns, expected to mako accurato report of somo speaker who is so Indistinct of uttcranco that tho entire ditcourso is ono long stenographic guess; the mid night that finds you asleep demanding that thoy be wido awake; their most careful work defamed by ono careless their lives ground out be tween tho wheels of our great brain manufactories; sickened with the ap proaches of thoso who want a nows paper commendation or retraction; now called on to sketch a funeral and now a pugulistie encounter; shifted from placo to place by the sudden revolutions any day liable to como in any journalistic establishment; pre carious lifo becoming moro and more precarious. Be affable to them when you havo no ax to sharpen on their grindstone Discuss in your mind what tho nineteenth century would bo without tho newspaper, and take eve ry opportunity to cheer all who have cago cost?" anything fo do with this crcat inter "Oh, you can got a good one for est, from the chief at tho editorial 82.00," was tho'rcply. staff down to the boy who 'throws tho Without any further remarks Dr. morning and evening paper in your Appleton handed the "Benedict" tho basement window. required amount nnd he departed. A Sweet Little Lore Story. The doctor has never sinco heard or Dr. Wcllman reports the cutest and seen anything of tho groom, bride, sweetest little love story we have had Philadelparrot, cage or tho 82.00. from real lifo. Yesterday, as he was phia Times. waiting at Parker, Dak., for the train Hades is paved with good intentions, a country lass camo in with her fel but a stretch of turnpiko soven miles low in the farm wagon locked in each from Krie, Pa., is paved with skulls others' arms. The young' man lived and bones of a solcct few of the "old in Iowa and was on the evo of starting inhabitants." It came about in this home. Tho train was ready and onto way: A largo-- excavation was mado tho platform, went his carpet-ba- g, for some purpose on an old burial-grou- nd Another embrace and tho train pulled and tho bonea that wero out. Tho lover swung on and tho las thrown up from the ancient eepul-chc- sio waved him kisses. Tho train, go and they ranged from a knee- ing down grade, gained rapid speed, cap to a "cocoanut" wero carted off tho bay waved his handkerchief, but with tho dirt and spread over the pub- his heart was in' his mouth. Off went lic road. Perhaps old Macadam, who the old satchel; off followed tho lover, invented macamized roads, now finds with heels in the air. Over and over himself tcattercd in a somewhat went ho and at last lit in a mud-hol- e, fashion along tho Erio high- rolled like a ball against the soft clay way; and, if so, it only shows that bank and finally got on his feet and retribution never sleeps, and that a started back to eco his Dulciana. Sho man may bo hoist by his own petard at the same timo was making for him. when he least expects it. What a Thoy met and embraced, regardless of pleasant drive this road will mako for clay or bruises. Tho Iowa lover was tho people of Erio! A young blood heard to remark: "Ducky, I will bowls along behind a fast stepper and never leave till you are my wife." tho wheels of bis Brewster strike fire Tho justice of the peace wa3 sent for from the "konk" of his grandfather. and the twain returned to the farm as Mitchell (Minn.) Republican Not long sinco tho Queen of Italy, one. type-setters ill M ilefi0 Imtftial. 4, 1883. Plaint NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 178. u InlmoreHrira! - W. P. WALTBN, Jfc- -- Editor and Proprietor - iiMiehrxt Ttittilny unit tYlitaw, Hil.no rirM don't 1M-21- ANNUM. n. then of Mn4 lUmpt In ecrlpllon, .r,rrt to nuke thine., nomination) not ore r three centa. A jmtnt of ut-Je. Sermon Preached en an Itiand en Coatt ef Georgia. the SifiTEns: Do d'n Rnuinlng !i lucinntcri from tlo tcx In do book, which say: "A iiittin man had two ion." Now do Bvoungcst son wna a berry conlcri tio!bk) syoug limn dnt was In no who rcpoto to do do will ob 'o father. And darcfora ho was a projlgal son, and the Uit itato ob dat man was wuis DnutiDKfu and 1 T r y?1 dan tho fust state! Da Hiblo say dat dii nyoung man call to 'o father and say, "Father, giro mo my ahare ob do anbtitn, and I will tcck it and go nwny to a fur country, and you sha'.l not ko my (ace no mo'.' Now, I reckon do olo man war tired boddcriu wid ills prnjigal, and 'o was willin to let him boo 'o own row. For wo read in do Hiblo dat do nyoung man tcck his ahare of do sulHtiin ami gone Into a fur country, and daro ho pen' ho aubstuu in riotous extraba gance, high libin and ainl An' after c money war all trow away 'o war reBo great duced to a great necessity. war de necessity 'o war reduced to dot 'o had to biro hcsclf out to ono rich miii' to mine hog! Now, do Hiblo don't say, but it is supposed, dat dat was a bcry mcaii wito man, 'cause wo read In do book dat de projigul was fain to full he belly on ho husks wat'o feed de hog wid. And when 'e como to hiwclfho aay, "Da berry servant in my fatb. cr's house hab bread fur to cat and I ain't hab none. I'm gwlno back to de olo man and ax 'ira to tcck me as a hired servant. And so ho teck de pearl ring off ho finger and trow urn to do bog.- - And de hog run at um, 'causo you read in do bonk, "If you cast pearl bclo awlne ho will turn round and rcn you!" ;Now, wen do nyoung roan was yet a long way ofl do olo man see um, an' he run out to meet um, and he ketch um and trow 'e ban' roun' 'e neck and kits um, and put anurrer ring on V h.in' and gio um ono wito abirt wid gole stud in do boesum, and tell do hired servant to kill do fat calf an' mako a great feast! An' cordiu to de way ho say so it war done. An' wen do feast was icady ho sen' round to all do rich tiabor and invite um all to do supper. And dey all wid ono consent begin to makeexcute. Ono man aay ho jess buy a yoko ob oxen, and 'o got to go look after he purchase. Anurrer man aay'o taking "in a piece ob new groun' and 'o 'alnt got timo, . Anurrer man say 'o jess married to a nico nyoung wifo an' an' ho can't come! ,,Well, wea do olo man see how discount um 'e git bex, and 'o say to do hired man: "Go out into do highway and byway, aud gadder all yo find: for do loss is fouu', and de blind kin see, and do decf can hoar, an4 aon dat was dead am alivo again." So do hired man weut aud bo gadder de bliu' and de lamo, aud do halt and do decf, and all de po' people in dat lau', and ho fetch um aud set'Unrdown, and doy mako a great feastl An' atcr dey dun cat do frag, mont wat dem gadder up full rcben basketful aud fivo small fiilics ober. Just here a member took his hat, walked ofl a for steps, filled n short black pipe, stuck it between his teeth, Whereupon tho and walked ofl, preacher resumed in an Impressive manner: VI don't cull no name to dayl No namo today! Hut do word ob God t Is struck do ob ono relentless ainner in dis congregation, and 'e gone off to meditation by heself. Dis, my bruiiders will show you de power of with. Wo will close do sarbice by tinging do him found on de page ob do book: y A Rltalot Quinine OitcorereJ, German medical journals discuss a now medical agent lately discovered by l'rof. Firelicr, of Munich. In tho courso of a long scriesof investigations concerning the naturo and action of quinine, ho found that by means of a succession of chemical transformations, a substanco can bo obtained, in ilia foam of n whito crystalino jwwdcr, from coal tar, which greatly resembles quinine in its action on tho human or ganization. Fischer has given it tho namo of "kairin." Tho obief effect produced by It aa yet observed, is the rapid diminution of fever beat, and ita efficiency In this respect is described as remarkable. It Is believed that It will render tho usoof ico in fever cases unnecessary and that ita skillful em ployment will cnablo tho physician to moderatd tho temperaturo of tho pa ticnt. Kairin is also reported to havo for tho stomach less inconvcnicnco than quicino. Hut observation docs not show, as yet, at least, that it pos scsscs that tonic and rcstorativo in fluenco for which quinino is so frequently ndmluistcrcd. Perhaps, from a chemical and physiological point of view, tho most valuablo thing alwut tho new ditcovery is that it seems to bring us iicarcr to finding out tho chemical naturo of quinino itself, and the truo character of its agency. Tho discovery haa been patented and a manufactory of kairin established under tho direction of l'rof. Laubenbei-mcr- , of Gicsscn. Hut as It Is said that tho cost of producing a kilogram (about 35 ounces) of tho now agent is 15, it will be some timo before ita patrons cm hopo to see it take tho placoof quinino in practical pharmaLondon Times. cy. Vihere Ignorance mat not Bint, Ono of tho preachers of tho .quiet llttlo town of Midway invited one of his brethren of the cloth to join him in some feats of marksmanship a few days ago. Having a large back yard tho eminent gcntlcmau and his friend retired there, where they plugged the "bull's eye" to their heart's content. Imagine their surpriso and chagrin when each was served tho next morning with a document from the Police Judgo charging them with "shooting within tho corporato limits of tho town, against tho psaca aud digaity of tho Commonwealth," and a fine of 85 was expected for each shot. They pleaded ignorauco and declared they would never do so any more, but tho Judgo was inexorable and said that ignorance of tho law was no justification for crime As tho fines will amount to something like 8150 each wo movo that their respective congregations be requested to liquidate the amounts. Richmond Herald. How a Clergyman Wat Fooled Tho Rsv, Samuel K, Applcton, D. I)., of 180 1 Da Inncy Place, tolls a good story nbout a parrot: A young coupto called on him one day and ask ed him to marry them. Ho saw no objections nnd In a few minutes they wero man .and wifo. Tho delighted and happy groom then walked reluctantly toward tho minister and asked: "Doctor, how much is your fee?"' "I havo no fixed price, but genoarl-l- y rccclvo 810," was tho answer. The bright smila of tho Jertoy groom seemed to Icavo him then; hut bracing himself ho said: "You see, doctor, I am a litllo abort at present, but would liko very much to pay you. I am a bird fancier and am importing a lot of of educated parrots from London. Now, instead of paying you in caili, tuppoto I pretent you with one of these birds ou their arrival?" "I should be glad to havo a parrot," admitted the doctor. "Well, It's agreed to then. I'll send you ono In a fow days; but havo you a cage to put the bird in?" "No, I havs not; how much docs a Tatmage"on Ntmtpaper Men. An Old Aran's Most everybody is dead. That is, all tho old folks, Thcro aro mighty few left of tho old stock that used to movo around so lively and tako tho lead in business and public affairs. Somo of ua aro getting loncsomo now. Tho ranks aro filling up, but wo don't Block, know tho now recruits. Old lather Opora ho IEiVL.T3ItH IN Timo is a conscript officer and won't tako any substitutes nor civo Ili-ugWIhch, Mimical Wall Phpci-- . J.lqHerK, ItoekM, lMRlrHBie3H(st Clicuilcnlfl, placo. There anybody a bomb-proo- f Cigars, 1'nliilH, Stationery, Paoket aro no quartermasters nor commitsa-rie- s Hoapn, C'h tilery, TebaceoK, OHh, I.HHipp, Perfumery, Flro Arm, Macltlae nor potash getters in this war, hut Needle. it is fight, fight, fight all the time. Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department Is la Charge ef Cl. Our Fight as they did at Thermopylae Tims. Itlcliards. who will Itcnalr Matches and Clocks Fromntlr and 1r the best where thcro wero only 300 against style. 1,000,000, and there was no possiblo escape. Sooner or later all of us havo got to go. Wo can't desert nor dodge, nor play sick nor shoot a finger off, and there are no furloughs and no There is pensions and no discharge not even a promotion for good conduct or noble daring. There is nothing but to do and dio. Well, it a all right I know or it wouldn't have been so, but it grieves mo to hear tho bell tolling all about and to seo the old Bill Arp, in stock passing away. Constitution. . Atlanta M'ROBETOSTAGG Houso Stanford, Ky., ALFRED! IWHITE, CINCIlfflff ATI, O. A HOUSK LESS THAN SlX FEET In all probability tho small est brick houte in the city .is that at 249J William street. It is four sto ries high and five and a half feet wide, It looks like a chimney with windows in it. A barrel barricades the basement area. On tho first floor a ,cob bier has his shop. He has a threo foot show window and a two footdoor way, and as he sits on his bench no ono can pass him unless he draws his elbows in. He says that be rents two floors, meaning two rooms, nnd that the second floor is now to let. There is a staircase at tho back of this singu lar house, but tho upper floors are reached by doorways in tho wall lead ing from an adjacent lodging house N. Y. Sun. Wide. itlUlt' 'faWvTafi W FPaaaatjfcaaalKartjaSlW- - '.'l' WJnBl ll aaTJltBsHliiiiiiiiiiiH Scotch and American Granite and Italian and Nntive Marble, which I am selling at reduced prices in order to make room for new stock. Designs aro new and prices from $5 to 10,000. I have in stock over 300 Finished Monuments in He alone, by whom the hairs of our head are numbered, can count the widows who ure widows on the ac count of drink; the madmen who aro road because of it; the gray heads that it has mado gray; and tho hearts it has crushed with sadness; ruined families H. Stanford, C. - RUPLEY, Kentucky, that it has ruined; the brilliant minds that it has quenched; the unfolding promise which it has cankered; the bright and happy girls and boys whom it has blighted into shame and misery; the young and gifted whom it has hur ried into dishonor and nameless Canon Farrer. graves. IttKKCJrANT TAU.OR, A Gnu., a Poet and a Gkocery . 'iy In-ar- "Gome, joalnnere, four nd uceij-- , Weak anil wounded, tick toil so." Song of tho tramp: "Barns aud boxcars, are my bedroom, rob a henroost wheu I can; tako a shirt ofl a clothes line. I am the kind they spread on land. Counting ties is my occupation, hunger gives mo many a cramp; worn aud I am no relation, I Read, am. a Peunsylvaula tramp." lug Times. Nature always figures bor work up to the right notch. It gavo no beard to wobmu bceatwe it knew she could not kftf bar tongue still lottf eaovgk to gwt bawd. Ikeckearidf News. Longfellow. but under the persuasive and urgent Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in Invitation of the gentlemanly robbers A youog miss of sixteen writes to ho lit hia first cigar, and possibly the know ! "what is the proper thing for pieasuro no win Uerivo in tho future her to do when she is serenaded by a And can supply it in any quantity. from smoking will compensate for tha party of gentlemen at a late hour?" loss he sustained. Helena Era. A. We are glad to bo able to answer this Au absent-mind- ed woman put comquestiou: Steal roftly down stairs puter ou a letter and stuck a postage stamp ou her corn, Neither the let- aud untie the dog. ter nor tho corn went away; she havNo matter liowiaded the comtllutlon ! ing neglected to write "in hasto" on mi j be from dhcue or exctu, lU Qrtst the left hand corner of her stamped German Invhsorator retoreail permanentcorn. ly. See advertisement. For sale by PenA peddler triedjto coax a Michigan ny A McAIUter. ing-Ajjo.no tho w.'ieutitlo and mechanical farmer's wife into buying somo of his wares by patting --.her uudej" (he cbln novelties pt recent note lueutlou may PILES I PILES I PILES I aud saying that sho was aliice littlo bo mado ot n method for ascertainEf Hi' Jiemtuu'm Ariel Uliraivru fat. ing tho depth of tho Hca by means of a I'ltrm li riillcil chDc from tbi oU rewolUa woman.- - Her husband soon returned, glaas tubo, closed below by a plug, aud hentofora la um. Th Dluut.rr I, ih. mutt r and sho tokl him. With a frieud he provided uboro with n 7nrtofp4lltnticlentlSciluJjr inl Ismllgtllou capiltury overtook the peddjer, whipped him, The tubo, being full of air, U low- mio i a tniractrr er tall ptlnrul dlmua. To conmerit, threw his pack over tlje fence, took ered Into, tho ami, when tho air boauuoi vince Ton o! IU great W. M. call on fauny Bttufurd, or WeUr, Ml, Verooa, him back to tho house,; whipped him compressed mid wator trickles in, the aaj ftt a uuir--l box frrn again, I lieu trjedhlm beforo a aiock quantity of water lulmittud fur lUliing ccurtaud fiad ltiw 13, whicJi he paid. tho datum or ovidcuco hum whuth l In T. W. Eagle, of MliuiUbutg, O , lolurini ui that . Vrawk'a Eictortnt cured lilui ol a very UJ Commercial College of Ky. University, Lixingtoo, Xjr. Ilia retaliation is a suit for 'damages. depth may bo culculutod. caujh ifUr evtrr olbtr nitJIclna liu fiilaJ. To WILUUn. St. BSXXnwr. PSJaam-KirpDuring the past four mouths Mr. Uhailof renor a MeAlhUr, BUQforJ, ao4 W. StuJtnU rtceival any utek Jay of the year. Summtr etuion now cpen fvr rmvtnNf leWenle. Tiia trettliwluj MtMAOKsof twenty uonl, cxrhinirc M- WcUr, Mt. YetnoQ. Rpffulir Fall Session. Sent. 10. iRSe I Ambrose Clayton has caught twooty-thre- lies of lroi,c6mblid with other !ror i ..ildro, cuu 1k M?nt front uny erwn .tunc. baim.M Itnlcn oiu mm.. Kwl eju mk.M ifiluia W taa .w.. OUIvi, - f1n .rt iai itStTitluiTi iTTjairuLeJii rt grouud bogs, eighty-threcoons, ant a moat perfect nervine, u! found in 1 ,U t . f Kughitid t'l another or 23 v Mlu Lln Mace, of IWloo, III., rajaher i!iril- - u. Mr.ru.lir U rain W eiaJ 4 Tiiiui. m Mlu Mmtfl, ruM ui lit. ciacajiTe,Brrup ti'a bolru romnujllir, Lul Tia. ti.e I .iaiy.n Om rw MMlM. TrtU fMt, M.I.6M thirty skunks, six musk-rats,- , ono Caller' Iron Pjlla, which tre,itlim the fo I".".. Kiwmw 1 Hin. frow i tea Ik ltitawfr.il ftf l.li,. lhih ... . Miwii.. W mMmml.iili m.'. lallMM ! fMat bur Lot Ilea of Ilrowu'tKxriecloraDt cured I'M. For M. ,.r fr imi p. WM. I w rkMf. Mlv ktMilMr,ilifl 14. .aW Sk mi m.. ll. L'u.wr. M Mii. aaie .f inu r ...r,., Glasgow nerves and bod, and improve: tli blood mink aad 100 opossum. ) Ouvuoil in miiuiiiI on tho tut of lUly's lale Ijr lVunjr A McAIUIer, eUaforJ, aad W, M, Tines. and complexion. WcUr, Mt.Veiuoa, i)k U'iug tlrst. ei)vr-- i tallow. Tho average of passenger cars to an encuio was u.4 anu ot freight 24 5. Tho average (length of train variud from 10.01 cars ou tho heavy grades to 30.9, whito tho of coal per car mile varied from 11,12 pounds to 2.02 pounds. In other wordsx it posts four .times as much to move freight over (be mountains aa to transport it bver average grades. "A very wealthy and beau tiful girl fell in lovo with a young man," taid a lady, "who patted her window every ulorning. Ho bad beautiful, big, sad black eyca and fair hair brushed from a noble brow and under his arm ho always carried a brown book. She used to sit by tho window overy morniug and watch for his coming, and presently ho began to notice her, and ono day ho brought n bunch of violets and placed them on tho sill of tho broad barred window, and then the was sure he was a poet, and every morning ho did the sano thing, until sho fairly grow to worship him. Hut ono day, near the end of tho month, bo camo and rang the front door bell and presented a bill for 810.00 for violets delivered at the houso every ' morning nud then tho lovo-si- ck maiden discovered ho was a grocery clerk and the brown book was New York box." bis luuchoon Journal. When one of Mother Carey's chick ens, or stormy petrels, is seen near the ship, u storm is approaching, for theso birds aro rarely seen in fair weather. It is a forecastlo notion that tho petrel is so uumed from St. Peter, on of its ruuuing with closo wings over the surface of tho waves. This brought to miud tho walking of St. Peter upou the water and tho sailors think the bird was therefore called "petrol" as a sort of a diminutive of the apostle's uauio. These birds have been known to follow a vessel during a storm for many days, apparently with 'neither food or rest, and without flapping their wings. If oue of tbeso birds should be awept aboard in a great storm, as is frequently tho Cicago case, no sailor will touch It. Clkiik. Iuter-Oceau- who is very fond of children anda selA railroad conductor bet Gorman, dom takes a walk without stopping to of Quincy, 111., that ho could not A renowned clergyman preached chat with one or two of her youthful pick up 100 eggs laid on tho ground a rather a long sermon from tho text: sut jects, asked a little girl to knit her yard apart inside of 35 minutes. The "Thou art weighed in the balance and a pair of silk stockings as a birthday eggs wero to bo picked up and depos found wanting." After the congregagift, and gavo her twenty lire to buy ited in a basket, ono at n time, and tion had listened about and hour, tho material. The Queen forgot the the basket was to remain stationary some becan to get weary and went circumstance till her birthday came, at tho spot whore the first egg was out: others soon followed creally to when sho was reminded of it by the placed. Gorman thought ho had an the annoyance of the minister. An stockaa arrival of a pair of well-keasy walk over, but the railroad man other person started, whereupon the ings and tho maker's best wishes. Not placed tho eggs in a straight line along parsou stopped in his sermon, and Trade Huk. to le outdone, Queen Margherita sent the sido of tho depot and tho basket at said: "That's right, gentlemen; as a pair to her young frieud as a return ono end, so that Gorman had to run fast as you aro weighed pass out." He gift, ono stocking being full of liro up aud down tho lino with each egg continued his sermon at some length pieces and tho other of bon-boseparately. At the end of 20 minutes after that, but no ono disturbed him They wero accompanied by a little he had picked up only 25 of the eggs, by leaving. note: "Tell mo, my dear, which you and had to give up the contest. A The joya and sorrows of this world liked best?" A reply reached the pal- local mathematician figured up that it are so strikingly mingled! Our mirth ace next day: "Dearest Queen, both would take about six miles of travel and grief are brought so mournfully tho stockings havo made mo shed to pick up the 100 eggs. in contacll Wo laugh whilo others many bitter tears. Papa took the ono Hia First Cioak. Thoroad agents weep, and others rejoice' when we are with the money and ray brother the sad! The light heart and the heavy who robbed tho coach last Sunday, as other." 2. walk aide by side aud go about togethis the custom, ranged the men iu lino er! Beneath the same roof aro spread Each .engiuo of the Pennsylvania with hands up, and relieved them ot the wedding-feas- t and tho funeral pall! Nico road last year cost 8G.06 for repairs, all their valuables. They then passed 80.74 tor fuel, and 8G cents for stores a bottle of whisky and box of cigars, The bridal song mingles with the funeral hymnl One goes to tho ruar- for each 100 miles run. The con compelling each ono to tako a drink another to tho grave; and all sumption per mile was 82 pounds of and smoke. Ono of the unfortunates riago-bed- , coal, 5.3 quarts of oil, aud 3.8 lbs. of had nover Bmoked a cigar iu his life, is mutable, uncertain and transitory, nit j ft MfJJfatti PHARMACISTS -- DKALUS II- - rhjijcUm' prcacilpUooi Drugs, Books, Stationary and Fanoy Article. accurately compoaod. 4 Abo I . V J aoBegUterta'. F'e'1' I JKtVKLEHM! Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry tt Silverware Ever brought to tbb market. Prleee Lover than' Iba Lowoit. Watchee, Clocks aad Jeweler B- paired on ibort notice and Warranted. ns. Mmj, UmM WmM SITIAIBIIalEI! ft jkJSTJD ZEaZA-IE&IISriES- S shop! lot of Horses and Fine Turnouts. sonable. Kates rea- loo.ooo vWwm woei GOAL T. KUNNEIAEY, Nlanford, Ky. ' ST23AWI The Interior Journal Steam Print Office does all kinds of Job Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. w. P. Walton, Prop'r. r- -t PRINTING . e ' - 0i ot ftf e exited an appelnttnestt a cletk la the offce Meter Gen. W. J, Ltadram, at this praee. Dr. W. P. McKee, a prominent physician of Mt. Vernon, was here last nomination for Congress to succeed fraction over two per week. And up to week. Col, and Mrs. Joe W'etseger ex 4, 1883 Twwfey SefrteMber tho lato lamented Garfield, and judg the 15th of August of the prevent year, pct lo leave tlits week on a visit lo ColumEBITOR lag by his acts he would kavo mado a 1883, 109 murders have occurred within bus, Ohio. The Col. will probably extent W.P.'WALTiN. - fair averago republican Congressman. the borders of the commonwealth, being a Ids visit to Minnesota and tho lakes of the Miss Webb, or Winchester, two week for the entire North-wesfraction At least he seems to havo known as year.-- over To-da- j l amid tWa booming of is vlslllng Miss Kate Burdett In this coun f, Breckenrldge News. lw gMmkit wiiitaty display well as any of them how to get away The volcanic eruptions In the Kiai In ty. Mr. O. A. lledd, a prominent Hock tkeiuicjaa jot up, Luko Black with other people's mosey. dies grow more fearful with each day's ad castle county farmer was here last week Is now estimated that seventy-fiv- e with a view to purchasing a farm near lisTr? fritf out of tli hw" Tim Truth, a misnamed Now vires, It thou'amt persons have lost their lives. this place. Hon. John 8. Van Winkle, no much to dis York poStlonho lias dono paper, threatens to produce a The entire Karding range of mountains, Judge M J. Durham, of Danville, Hon. grace, and at 11 o'clock Judge Jlargis story of political corruption on the J, W. Alcorn, Judge M. C. San Hey aad extending along the coast In a will administer the oath to GoT.Knott, part of Tilden and party in 187G, for slrly-fitmiles, have sunk Into the sea. Col. It. C, Warren, of Stanlord, were who will cater upon tko duties ot an which is unparalleled in tho history One populous town within twelve miles of among the prominent visiting attorneys at ailmiatitrahOfl, vrhkk will not have of tho Republic. When it docs the Balavla has been swept away. A tract of Circuit Court here last week. Mr. C. W. fur ita chief ckaractcrittica the nrdnn paper will thereafter be known as tho country fifty miles square, extending Sweeney left here to day for New York. north from Point Caperclon, containing two Judge Wo, McKee Duncan's family mov of MiurilercrJ, thieves and rapists, mid Lie. villages and many conntiy people, has been ed to Louisville list week, where they will .tho laws, but will the BulK6atkH Tub total national debt September all swallowed up, A lied of solid ice of reside in the future. The Judge will folbo characterised 'by that statesmanlike 1, was $1,870,980,523. During Au enormous sire was emlteil from one of the low them ai soon as Court Is concluded. ability,, wbieii will reetoro reapect ilr gust tho decrenso was fO,G71,8.rl. craters and carried along in the flood of They are good peoplo and as such the people of Lancaster recommend them to the the 'office and advaaco tlio Slato to molten lava. The dispatch says it Is PRESS OPINIONS. vast resources this Ice had formed tho crest of some people of Louisville. Judge Duncan will tUl position whteh The Only Man Who it. vast subterranean lake. The Slralt of Sun enter Immediately into the practice of law entitles tier to occupy. Ho will nc Cloff mnr lilacklturn raja tie goes out of da has become dangerous to navigation, in the city. Mlswa Mattle Huffman and to the Constitution see tLnt cording Ilicr riilire'jr i i(lfil with hi admlnis new Islands bare arisen and tho coaat line Llule Jennings left last week to attend tlio lawsaro enforced and lrlIon. We are truljr glml lo hear il. Rat Is changed. Sixteen volcanoes appeared the Orphan School at Midway, Ky. Lieut. when 'the, oetirta have, after patient we mustconfew he I tho 011)7 man in the between the site where the Island of Kra Luclen Young, of the U. S. Navy, is here and iararlialgJiMriBg pronBced a Slate that ha to expressed lilm-ois fir haloa formerly stood and the Sibisie Isl- visiting his brother, Dr. F. O, Young. He mantgunty; and fixed his punishment as we know. Offtnsboro Messenger. and. A portion of Bintam is an ashy des- will go to Frankfort, lo day, to attend the ert. Cattle are starving, and the people inauguration of Gov. Knott. Miss Katie in accordance with the crime, it will A Bttler Time Coming. Mooreu of Winchester, and Laura Sand be his duty, as well as his desiro to We hope for better things in Kentucky are in despair. idge, of Lincoln county, who have been hajethe verdiet inflicted to the letter, under the administration of Proctor GARRARD C0UNTT DEPARTMENT. visiting Mini Bertie Collier, have returned instead of seeking excuses to turn him Knoll: Itopect for public opinion, no Laucatter. home. Mrs. Richard Kmbry, of Winchesmore fooling nw;r Of the public money In loose to further prey upon society. Ho The Grand Jury, it is said, will begin ter, is visiting her mother Mrs. J. J. Hufl Idle milltarr displays, no pardoning of in the investigation of the (Bryantsville is a man of stamina aud therefore man. Miss Mary Marshall, a beautiful fatuous felon, Ipm nepotism and strict ac- -killing next Thursday, young lady of NIcholasvllle, was visiting will i not be led into iaexc.isable acts countability of public officer. CorlnRton Mrs. F. A. Cunningham, of Burgln, at Mrs. Klkin's. Mimes Leila Price and by the flattery of men with axes to Cumnmnwratth, Ky., bought of Logan Ison his house and Juliet Gill, leave for the Conserva grind1, but will govern and direct as Tho Way tho Monty Goes. 171 acres of land near Camp Dick Itobin tory of Music at Cincinnati. Iris broad knowledge of public aflairs It lit eatlmatrd that the military diapiay son. Possession will be given Oct. 1st. Work on the new building of W. K jim's natural geed eeneo will dictate. at the Inauguration of Qorcrnor Knott will UaCA.TKIt J.nYI.UTlSKlK.'US. coot X. new era is dawsing and for a safe theretho Slate between $15,000 and $20,000, Itoblnson &, Bro. is progressing rapidly. B. P. WAI.TBH. beinR only only about of ifelireranee from Blackburn and other that amount In the military fund will Now let us have somo new brick buildings 1 33 IV IH between tho and Danville SL LANCASTER, KY. plagitM, m feel the deepest thankful which to pay the hill. If there l any wia At NIcholasvllle last week the trial of Office CIIUcos National lUnk. Offirs hours nem asd " shall devote this day to Uom in any Mich h proceeding we fail lo George Lelcher for the murder of Dr. , from 8 to 12 1. M. sua from 1 lo 0 r. H. understand it. Louisville Toft. thaaksfivwg and prayer. Good-by- e look place. The result was a hung jury, 8AM M. UUHDETT, AXTVO 111X13 Y At ten of them, it la said, being for Acquittal Dr.Btaekburn, may we never look Clean out Me Augean Stables. LANCASTER, KY. Complaints are loud and frequent of The Frankfort Yeoman announces that upeiydr Hke again. Will prsctlwln OimrJ inJ sJjolnlnt counties tho totally unnecessary irregularity In the anu uouri oi Arrxai'- t none of Got. Ulackburn'a Cabinet wilt be TiKgWegtera TJbwh, which ot all retained by Gov. Knott. If the new Gov- mail trains which pars here. A stage line II. C. KAUFI'MAN, has beea regarded as en ernor will make as clean a sweep of the to carry the malls between here and Stan X.A.AV, A."jrX"OKlVJ3V tkelyldevoid of soul, is evidencing a careless, methods prevalent ford is seriously talked of. LANCASTER. KY. In Bomo portions of the county the towards its late about tho Stale capital his election will spirit Uul.r t!ommlw!an-- r (larrarJ Circuit Court. Will LouUvillo Com- corn cropi will yield only about four bar practlr la all th Courts or UarraM am! adjolntst; striking vaiployes that is as refresh - have been a blessing. couniirs ana in ino uouri oi Appeaia. rels lo theacre, while in other portions ss mg as it' was unexpected. With the mercial. much ai ten barrels per acre will be gath flo Doubt About his Election. Oferwtpfs'bajly beaten and sueing for Mr. Blackburn's desire for harmony in ered. The average yield will scarcely exrcinstatestent on almost any terms, it ceed a half crop. the democratic pi'ty, even at the sacrifice There is a rumor roaming around lias taken most 6f them and increased of personal ambition, is highly commendatheir- - wages' to as amount which will ble, and will add largely to his already long loosely somewhere to the effect that in a averago $5 per month to each em list of ardent supporters'. He will un week or two at furthest, the K. C. will put on two daily passenger trains each way be ploye. Ihey will also be given extra doubtedly tuccced Mr. Williams to the tween Covington and Stanford Junction. compensation for work on Sunday and United 8b lea Senate, lie would do more But alas l we have heard this before. good in the Senate in one day than Mr. be reckoned at 26 their l. The Central Kcntudy Xtvt seems to lie Williams would in a life time. Lexing. prosperine. Mr. M. D. Hughes, the days workfnstead of 31 as formerly. ton Post. saya his subscription list is growing The company, however, can well Wallace Cruelle's tsiimate of Williams. rapidly. Nothing makes the heart of an to bo liberal with its Wo have known "Williams, man and boy, editor so happy as a long subscription list employes, who have been coining mon- for nearly forty years, ami we have never of "paid-up- " subscribers. discovered any thing in him but insuflera ey for it so long, $ ta Mr. W. A. Burnside, clerk in the Nable egotism, intense selfishness and un tional Bank of Lancaster, who has been At last all tho returns are in and quenchable thirst for office without posses- in failing health for some time, had anothGovernor Knott'a majority in exact sing a solitary qualification for ita duties. er severe hemorrhage last Saturday night. figures, is '45,437 a'ain over Black- There Is no trick common among dema- His friends and every one that knows burn a of 1,520, notwithstanding gogues he will not stoop to to accomplish him is his friend wish him a speedy reBillyJ3radIey's. speeches and bis nu- bis aims; there Is no promise, however ab- covery. surd oi impossible for perfoimance, he Reuuious During the repairs on the merous cimpaign document). Knott will not make to compass his purposes. Christian church the members of that orled his ticket from,l,'i6o to 1,800 and Deficient in deficient in abili- ganization have been using the PresbyteMofrowjwae fully aa Air ahead of his. ty, deficient In evtrj thing that thould rian church for worship, the latter church Ta"e" former's votels 133,618 and the pertain to tho character of a senator, ho being, for the present, without a pastor. latter's 88,181, total 221,790. In makes brazen impudence uamp the place The Baptist brethren have greatly improvtancRHtcr tko 1870 the total vote was 207,681. of modest merit, and with hia wife's mon- ed their house of worship by putting in a does not hesitate to purchase that sup- vestibule, laying new carpets, painting, paThis is a gain ot 7,819 in the demo- - ey port which otherwise may not have come pering, Ac, so that it now presents quite "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," crMieOatHl 0,299 in the republican lo him. Dreckenridge News, an attractive appearance. It is said the vote Cecil's majority LANCASTER, KY. Rev. Owsley Goodloe, of Lexington, will NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. over tho "nigger" is 00,936, which be pastor of the Presbyterian church here Congressman Cults of tho Sixth Iowa during the next year. shows that .the wliite republic&ns Ho ltev. Mr. Vaughan GEO. D. BUUDETT & CO., and family, of Danville, have moved into when they pretend to love tho colored District Is dead. The President and party tiled of junk- the property lately I'roprLtoi occupied by Judge brother so fondly. eting are on their way back to business. Duncan. AjLKfNiNQl'ON dispatch to tho LouAn exodus of negroes from Virginia to ruoKESMorui. Circuit Court which began here lajt isville l'ott says: "Have interviewed Iowa has begun with the departure of 250 Monday, 27th ult, has adjourned till Carlisle ou the Seaatorahip. He says last Friday. Thursday Gth inst. The docket is the poor- SAM K. BUSDKTT. 1. W, BtOWM Two (Srayeon county boys est for years, both for number of cases and he u not a candidate, and says ho BURDETT & BBOWN, have been sentenced to the penitentiary for the amounts in controversy. will not enter into a" contest for it, but Btore breaking, try little AT'X'OltlVJSVH AT was done last week. The Commonwealth's JIT. VERNON, KY. would not refuse it,, jf his peoplo ten Twenty-seve- n thousand three hundred business was all disposed of except the T. W. VASXOH . WALLACE B. VABSOaT. dared it to him.'- - v There is cousidera andeightecn deaths have occurred from Tankersley murder trial which is set for T. W. & W.E. VAltNON, WifdoulS of the oerrcctness of this. cholera since its outbreak in Kjypt. next Thursday. The grand jury have reA'XTOltlNlSYH A'X at Maysville, Sam'l Bulger, a turned a few KY. Carlisle' is the best man yet mention indictments for misdemean- Oflk. In Owsley bTANFOUD, building up stairs. A Son's new confessed rapiit, will be hung by the neck ors. They have been .fler the boys around ed for tho position, and he is not' the till he is deud. M. PEYTON, town with a sharp stick, but bo far have man to refuse a good' thing' whon preATTOUNKY AM TjAW, Col. II. M. McCarly, editor of the unearthed very liltlo meannesa. The truth DiAflruuv, or Al. sented oVa silver salver. Lincoln and adla tbe Courts Will Paducah Journal, it is Baid, has tho prom- is, there is nothing to find oul. We aie a joining lTctlc snil tbo Superior Court and Court counties ise of the Adjutant Generalship. ol AppurJs. Special atteutivo given 16 collections. A conductor ou a Pennsylvania peaceable and and happy people, and we Office on Lancaster t, 111 Mary Anderson's debut in London in do road-baadapted a method, wbother nothing wrong. ALEX. ANDEUHON, "logomar" Saturday night was raptuously Sliohtly Pj!itS0NAi,-MIt- Ji Mary Mad approved or not remains for the received A'X X.AAV, and she was many times recalled, dox, a handsome young lady froui Law DANVILLE, KY., Courts to say, of putting men oil his The remains of Shakspeare are to he or Boris and adjoining Will practice In the Courts or a not pay exhumed fur the purpose of comparing the ronceburg, who has been visiting Miss Sara counties and In the Court of Appeals. C. Huflman, at this place, has returned their fare. lie marches thorn to tho skull of the poet with the busts and por home. Col, D. J. B. FIBU. A. Sbamhan, of Virginia, Xitvu. At platform and' while he is dashing thro' traits ol him. a contractor on the K. It. K. and a pop- - And Master Comulsslouer Rockcastle Circuit Court MT. VKKNON, KY. William Weber, a horse thief, capturspace at thirty miles per hour, gives ular and agreeable young gentleman, was Will pracllcs Iu tlie Uockcutl. Courts. Colleced by Marshal Hunter at New Haven. IISOJ here on a visit last week, Mrs. Gordon tions a sieclalty. Office In CourtliouM, them a shove and well. John Kene-ga- jumped from a second story window, thir LHH F. HUFFMAN, Granger and her sou, Commodore, luve the first man ho tried it on, was ty leet high and made good his escape. returned from tho East, und are at Judge HTJltOJ30rV STANFORD. KY. mashed .Intel 8pkiweeef, and the A rate war at Cincinnati has put the South aids M. II. Owsley's. Mr. and Mrs. Johu II. OSes Myers Uotsl. Main Hire., two doors abevs th httutleas puueher of llck&ts is in jail fare from that city to St. Louis to $1.60. It Woodcock have returned from Cumber Pur.Nltrous Oilda Ou administered wbsa rs was $10. The I A N. made the cut and qulred. to answer a charge of murder. land Falls. Mr. George Mason, a popular carries iu pissengera via Louisville, 350 DU. W. B. PENNY, young man from Chicago, who has been Wk. would nicest Ja- our readers miles. XmtlHt. All the evidence is In in the Frank viaiting relatives here has returned home to Chili that if they UiniLLV STANFORD, KENTUCKY, James trial at Gallatin, Mo , and the argu- Mrs. James Anderson, Mrs, B. M. Burdett, OSes that bqw wjlbe time to shqvo them ell. ment is progressing. James relies on an Mrs. J, It. Young, Misses Sallle Logan, from (ton a, M, snd 1Ijrll.'sr. store. Offlcs bour to S M. Anesthetics ad ministered when necewAry, TiteXTlalagiapti e&tapaawa anaouace alaht, which he endeavored to prove, for Leila and Stella Marksbury, Jennie and a JQ $3;07 per word; his freedom, I.tzile Sweeney, and Messrs. Weed Logan Kasau Smith, colored, was hanged at and W.T. Burdett, are in Louisville atvery cheap iadeed, bo doubt. Blue-Gra- ss St. Joseph, La , Friday, for murder com tending the Imposition. Miss Minnie The nirdoa mill will cease to grind mitted eight years ago. Hea was sentenced Daniel, of Cincinnati, is vlslllng Miss Mag. At Public hale. at 11 JC K ite day, Alt. loven of law to hanj in 1875, but broke jail and was on. gie Curry. Judge M. H, Owsley left here - order wHl please ariso and Biug ly aadrecently captured. yesterday to attend the Inaugural ceremo- OX TUESDAY, OCTOBER' 2, 1883, Charleston, 8. C, is rapidly Krowlne nies at Frankfort Mis Kate Mathat good old hymn, "Pjwke Qod I will sell at publlo outcry the farm on which I reIn commercial and industral imnortance. son Is visiting Miss Mattle Scott, In Jessa. side, sltuaUd about SX miles from rilanturd, from whom all blessiugs flow.'' county, luiuiedlauly on the tuiuplk. road mine county. Miss Mary Gorden and Sue Utr cotumerce during the put year Acres. rhMgode ed $75,000,000, while 0,500 persons reach Ewiog, of Columbia, Teon , are visiting from Htanlurd totkmiere.t.oootalulnf 170) dw.lllns It lisson it acouilorUulaandciiuT.ulent were with six rooms, a kitchen, good barn sod all l'rogtcti, employed In manufacturing. Miss Jennie iaulkuer, at Hon. Geo. outbuilding. It is xcevllonallr wellwa LUi , there being a Miss Mollle Burdett is visiting rela- I buudred acres of Ibis nererIs fllluit springs, Ons The dedication of the monument and wMejr woe w ana iog mi want ai land slrlclTr No. I and tbs rrslduslsgood grsslog altogether Is a Baiylftig GJeiUa given up the effort unvailieg of the statue of Gen. Zicharv tives in Boy Is county. Miss Lou McKIu-ne- cellentstoik farm. Tnarsts on Itplace rerysx an orchtbs of Stanford, was visiting Miss FUtcie ard of about 109 young appl tress In full bearing fa JMgwf omi tueked its dear Jittlo Taylor, twelfth President of the United time aud on tbs States, will lake place at the Taylor burial Cook in this county. Col. W. O. Bradley of select fruit. At tba same peisousl property, coo x will bo also i!d all ur Ittiun Hteers. 1 Milk Cuws. a Irr grounds near Louisville, Sept. 20. aud his son George Bradley, left Sunday Cuws of i and other young Cattle, S3 well bred Ewes, i . The statistics of murder is Kentucky for Fsrmdale, The latter will attend the guuu wore itorsos, iu ueaa oi Hogs, i Ak a HasMi Mtwie hi 'New Jersey Jerser Waaon. Mowing aiachlus and during the four miserable years Governor Military school at that place during the lug 1Iuwileiueuts generally. AlsoU Acrtsof Farm- wwe yntk, 23O0 Corn neid In office shows an iu couloir ssmIor. Mr. Charlie iUudall. of iu me known sua a lot ur Hay la sinks. Terms aunber bote Blackburn .. AkftHt loif Dfk on dar ot talc. mads giv4t whm of John, cictse of 'i cent. In 1S80 there were London, sua" of Judge W. II Itandall, aad HVS4JVA, MKXKfKK. fiiiihenioiw Rsv-erin- Sci-UtM- j McriorwrnI STAMTOBD, JZT. Moflf, - Hied In Kentucky 63 rmmlfrs (of all Thk president of the iwpemkd National Bank at JerTcnoa, 0., 8. A. ae4e of homicide), or a fraction over one per per week. In 1891 the total footed up Ner thway, bow H&dcr arrest for e s 00, or a fraction over om and bmlcmcnt, was a candidate for the per week. In 1832 the tolal wai I III, or a three-fourth- a Most sltgMt young gesrilemsn, hears O a W. H. HIGGINS f HKA1.KU IN pr H M IlnrrliYHrr. t. Iron, I. wt H (A ss OrnccrlrH, NHtttllrM, NhIIm, (HrrHfiwnrr, Khxr- - Whip), IlnrHcws, ?hiio MIIIn, Whrcln, NIovcm, IKKr C'ltlrriMIIlM, Lnp i'arrra, NpokcN, srHlcif ItluiN, NiBHo'wnrp, Corn Midlers., 'HllHrw. IlttrNn SlterM, HHii semi-circl- e Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel unit Brinley Combined Plows, Woede Cait Pnmpi, and the Celebrated MayReld Elevater. Tin Reef- island Oa.terins; will have prompt atteatiom s o H (fl H in o o o n W I If. '. r.J.CIIRHAK. ! W o w SI BRIGHT GROCERIES k AND yott-nloao- CURRAN, HARDWARE, Wholewnlunnil ItcfHll I)ohIom In ,PJPr'y lf Wo run two houaoa, carry tho Largost Stock in town; pay oaah for r our goods, which onablcs ua to aoll than any one. AU we ask is a trial. IlIUailT & CURHAN. election- o g y Q 500 FAIRS ladies', Misses and Ohildroii Fine and Orade Mo-(lim- K one-thir- d n Court-hous- e HDUOKON rr T T, iai-i-- rj d W Thoso are cwp-Katto- easy-Roin- c At Fresh Fall Goods and Parties Wanting SCHOOL SHOES! Should Govern Themselves Accordingly. Landreth?s numl-M-wil- toilta BRUCE, WARREN & CO. pub-lishe- r, A. a -a to TO af-fo- hard-worke- d S&0OS BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR t In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of FALL otE-- g rs . B p o CD SEEDING! t, FURNITURE In at And be sure you examine, before purchasing, our line of Seeding Implements, as follows: pct? Cfl It1 B O 3 P 09 3 g s-- "t M Sg 2 cr (JO , " . eg p- - S rt. 2 gf p X, w CD , tS 131-l- To-da- y oof g e 3 -- po I I -- 3 T O, H. E'trPa P Sii H-- 1 .OBBk. -M alr-c- peg d H CD CD ATTOIINEY trkewiUrBot a tornoy At 3 -cr- s P ETd-? jrf P"l CD'S- - i pais ( ui CD n, Ui-JIV'jriH- e- -h rr -- d ! rmre-mesMge- i5 r. ffi EL Cr-- - A Fine Farm i' P Pj u i P- O e . .2. CD o.Pp P5 C ? The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, The Trump Grain Drill with Spring Seat, The Buckeye Spring Shoe Grain Drill, e The Star Grain Drill, The Albion Spring Sulky-Harroand Broadcast Seeder, The Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Sulky Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, The Moline Sulkey Plow, The Cassedy Sulky Plow. One-hors- w : -- i P This line of Implements cannot be celled. ex- Lin-co- la t4sVicW,.e. -r Also remember we make a Specialty O H Den-ny'- s. rotj h-- J prtui-Ise- wsg-ou- F8 &iws-Sc- p zr cd H. P P 5 W of Fish Brothers Wagons, "Webster Wagons and Columbus Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. hbtii pr 17i-l- d GEO. D. WEAKEN. -- , 9cMi-tc(Mii(mirm- Fnrm H baker' bread alwayi on hind a fl, Myers1 No iiain yet, and llteprofect gloomy enough. tot It . A riiwu lot of timothy and millet feed. A Lexinoton piper aaya 60,000 people Height A Ciirran. raw Jumbo at Ilia ahow there Saturday. " KorHai.k A first class AMernoy milch Wr. have a good Lancaster letter thla Tuesday MoralBg, .September 4, 1883 cow. W.O. Welch. lime, aa you will find by perming It. Cincinnati Kxpotition for the amall mm of thread bare subject, "Temperance." ;2 2.r, which include admiwion lo the The new Hiptist church at Eubank how. Theae ticket will be good on any will be dedicated on the Cth Sunday, Iter. auguration at Frankfort. train till 12 o'clock Thuraday night, at J. M. Coleman, of McKinney, will officiate, Mil. W. M. OfJI.LY, of Garrard, haa which hour a train will leave Cbvingtou The lOOlh annual meetnig of the Protgone to IxxiIaTllle, to enter the Ilryant A for Stanford Junction. estant Eplscopxl church will be held Oct. nualneea College. titration Murder It turn out to he true that 3 in Christ Church, Philadelphia, where Mim. Jtoirr. Lillard who liaa been visiting relatirei litre, left Saturday for there waa a killing at Kubink. Wm. the Hook of Common Prayer wm ratified Morgan fhol Henry Ghent, almost without a century ago. her new home In Lebanon. Iters. Coleman and Probjrt have been That prince of clever gentlemen, Mr. provocation, it taid, and he died almoit of the Admmte, waa liere at inttanlly. Morgan put on a bold front holding a protracted meeting at the BapJ It. Mark, and gave blmaelf up lo the Someoet au tist church for several weeks, and count 20 tending County Court yesterday. J. IS, Owcns baa returned from a, lx Ihorilie and hia trial waa tt for yetterday, addition to the church. Eighteen were week' ttay in the extreme North west on He claim that Ghent bid threatened to baptized yesterday. Somciset Reporter. kill him. A Cincinnati paper aaya Kentucky baa business for the McCormack machine. two Presbyterian Synods, with 201 church-e- i, Mini Jennie M ykiw went to Taylors. The) aaddlery and) harnera etore of Mr. 133 minister and 10,208 member. Tilt ytelenlar to take the position of ma F. S. Kaullman,at Huatonville, ia oQered 20 counties unrepresented by Iron in the Female College at that place. for eale in another column by Mr. T. J There are yet Mis FtrrciE Cook, of (Jarranl.and Iloblnaon, admr. Conaidering that there Prcahvlerianlsm. It is said that the massMary ItoMneon, of Gilherla Creek, a tery t no other buinea of the kind in town es are becoming thoroughly tired of the which they weie raised pretty pair, ere gue ta of MIm Lula and that the aland haa been o long and preaching upon and demand a higher order of instruction. favorably known, a rare chance I presented Dr. Cox tells the object of hi paper aa Mr. W. II. Cloyk learn in a few daja lo Ihote who would like to continue tht follows! "TkinstXtwAnd OW U intendfor the John Ilopklna University at trade there ed to aid the growth of the believer in the to take a thorough mathematicil FitiE. The dwelling of Mra. David practical knowledge of Christ. We will court. in the Shelby City neighborhood, not admit any debate or war of words into Mrs. II. J. CAMriiEU. and Mr. A. B. Moore, night fire from aomenknownctuie Sun-di- y our columns. 'Nearer my God to Thee' la of Seguln, Text, are visiting the c llust, afternoon, and burned to the ground. our aim; the fsith and the obedience of family of Mr. E. M. Carpenter and other All the family were from home, faith." Specimen copies can be teen at Kentucky friendi. but little wa raved and that by thla office, where aubtcriptioc will also be 'Shuiue Munriir, although four time reporteI dead und actually aa low a men aome neighbor who were attracted thither taken. It ia only 50 cents per annum. by the blize. The low ia at The Northern Presbyterian Church ever get and lite, waa in town yetterday: to 1.000 with no Insurance. haa an Increase of two Presbyteries since charmed life. He eem to bare a Judob M. J. Durham waa with hia Dk. J. J. Speed, Secretary of the Stale last yeai; 75 more preacher, who now many friend here yesterday. He ia being Hoard of Health, State of Kentucky, wilt number 6,213; 110 churches, now number urged by many of them lo make the next deliver a lecture on public Sanitation at ing 5,800 and an increase of 8,597 memI 000,725 race for Congress but he haa not fully de- the on Thursday night next, ber. The total membership scholars and the number of Sunday-schoo- l cided to do no yet. al 8 o'clock, r.x Dr. Speed I at present Mrs. Andy Ecidert, of Crab Orchard, at Cumberland Fall inretigatiiigiu sani- GO:,"0.i The total contributions for charhaa our thank for a box of delicious pea- - tary condition. Unless the place baa been itable purpose for the year amounted to che, several of which weigh half a pound greatly changed in a year or two wo can't J'J.OO 1,103, or more than $100,000 greater each. They were beauties, too. We epeak conceive of ila being an unhoallhy loca- than any previous year. in the put terue, for alas I they are no tion. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. more. M T. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Divoiice. -- Emily Holme, of color, filed Andy itice bought 2 yearling mule Mit. Tiiomam Anderson and wife, ruit againat her Ielge lurd, George Holme, yesterday at $50 each. Managed by John B.Fith, and Mr. Nancy II. M. llurdett Mr. yesterday, for divorce on account of aban-- C. O. Ware sold lo W. F. ltamsey, 14 Go to J. L. Whitehead's for your Young, of Lancaster, en roue to the. Southdonment and bad treatment. George ia a scrub cattle at 3J cents. school book, inks, paper, pencils and all ern Exposition, were delayed hero twelve character Mat Dawson sold to J. W. Allen 1 3- - school supplii, which you can get at the boar' by the failure of tlio K, C to con- hankering after tho in our court and hia fair (?) sex haa been year-olmule for $100. lowest price. He also hat on sale dally nect. For aale. Seven yearling steers, thirty and weekly papers, leading periodicals, and a promi- proven by hi repeated appearance in the Daniel Urriicuitovr, the work of tho principal writers of Ficnent attorney of Greenville, Texaa, with Police Court for like offence. The regular ewes and one Merino buck, Jo Ballon. Green Woodcock bought of Mrs. B, tion and Poetry. If lie hasn't got what hi wife and children are litre visiting divorce attorney, J, II P, being out of friend. Mr. U. ia a native of thi county, town, Judge Philip wa secured for the N. MathenyalotofSOOlb. heifers at 3Jc. you want he will get it for you in fact For Sale. A long yearling, thorou- any book published in the United State but haa been in the Lone Sur State '!! plaintiff. . . .40.. gh-bred, red bull. W. E. Anion, Stan- furnished at publishers' price. Fresh year. Suiteii and Hall The citizen of ford. Mr. and Mrs. Arch A. McKinnky, drugs and medicines, tobacco and cigar Crab Orchard are making big prcpaiationa Traylor Uro. black stallion, Mambrino MIm Annie Walnwrlght, D. It. Edmliton, for a aupper and ball to be given at the Prince, la "taking tho cake" at all tho Fain canned fruits and groceries, lie also keep Heniy W. Green, W. W. Owaley, Jr., and a good supply of paints, oil, soaps, perNew School HiiilJInc thereon the evening this year. Dr. W. II. Penny formed a parly to the n jewelry and of Timrsday, Sept. 13. A good orchestra Eight mule at $180, a lot of fumes, clocks, watches, Louisville Dx position by the 2.3U expreaa to3 numerous to mention. Go see will be In attendance lo furnish the mtule at $145 and another at $105, are thia morning. foryourself, and be convinced that no one for the ball and we guarantee that the some of tha talc at Howling Green. can undersell bim. Orders filled by mall A lot of 800 lb. yearling cattle sold in aupper will be all that hungry mortal LOCAL MATTERS. Whitecould ask. The money to be ralaed ia to Scott last week at 6 cents; a car loapof 211 free of postage. Address, J. L. Timothy Seed at T. It. Walton'. head, Ml. Vernon or Williamsburg, Kenpay off tho debton the school building and ound hogs at 5 cents, and 18 m'.lea most- tucky. Jeimky Jacket at ltobt. S. Lytle'. the entertainment ought therefore to be ly at $100. Glasoow Time's Smartness. Muddy inDr. J. It. Owsley told to Dr. Tobin, of lemonade at S. S liberally patronlted. Erery body la a glau of Get things toadd-mire- . What doe the vited. Texas, 15 acres of land near Crab Orch roada are Myer'. when it see a mill going up on ard at $10. Tho Dr. will go Into the man- stream ray County Court. Tha uiual amount of iU bank? It says, "Well, I'll be dammed!" Country haiaa and aide wanted by T. routine business wa done by thi Court ufacture of Crab Orchard tails, for R. Walton. The drouth In Eaetern New England Circassian girls are told by their father yesterday, and the following in addition: thla mar seem low for New Fall Gai.icou for achool girl ct Mr. D. 8. Joneawasciedlteil by $5,700 In hia continued so long that farmers have $50 apiece. While a plump, pretty girl, we may be assured ltobt. S. Lytle. hi tax list, some of hi property having been obliged to take their dork .from the it's their pasture and feed them on winter bay. Hid line of liaroca, bottom figure. been listed twice. Mr, E. McCormack also J, M..Copeland and M F. Keeton write There are over ten thousand men got a credit of $1,000 and Mr. Margaret llright A Curran. McCormack $1,350 on their respective from Tennessee that they will arrive here working on the Panama canal, which ia reeidence For Sale, A handome with 800 good ewes and being pushed forward with great energy. list. Hen Sutton presented the will of about Will aell very cheap. W. Craig, Stanford. A Berlin cablegram saya a train passJohn Perklna for probate, and W. II. Mil- wethers which they with to dispose of at onco ing Sleglitz ran into a crowd of people. ler that of Miu Sunn Hywater. E. D. A nicb line of Fall Millinery now openWin. Hubblo bought of Sam Eiubry 2 ing at Mra. Kate DudderarV Call and Kennedy waa appointed deputy County bull ctlve at $30 each; alto 2 mule colts There were forty killed and wounded. The Clerk. Mr. T. J Itobiuson qualified at of West Button for $75 each; 40 calve ol crowd waa pressing forward t'i take a train aee. coming from the opposite direction. Try the "Imperial DjublT Holier Pat administrator of Mr. F. S. Kauffman, with different parties at $30 each, and 25 mule The Northern Pacific haa made receut II, C. Kauflnian, security. The will of colta at $80. ent," guaranteed to be the beat flour In the real estate purchases in Superior, WisconEld. S, 11. King waa admitted to probato Mr. J, T. Itoberta bought at Commit-tioner- 't market. For tale only by Bright A Curran sin, amounting to over $300,000, The and hia wife, Mr. Virginia F. King, qual'ti aale yesterday, about 600 acre of At the Liberty Fair, which begin Sept! ified aa Executrix, according to it provis- land In Lincoln and ltockcutle counties, property, some 2,000 acres, it is aaid, will 11th, our Commonwealth' AttorneyMr.lt. ions without security. The will leave all the property of the estate of Solomon Itob- be utilised to make Superior the great supply depot of the entire eaatern eystem. Thit 0. Warren, oflera a apecial premium of hi property, coualttlng of 180 acrea of erta, for $970. will be good new to some of our citizen $30 for beet roadster mare; apeed, atyle and land, 30 share of Farmer National Uink Itolert Gibson recently bought about who have for year owned lota In that durability conaldered. atock and other bond, together with all 20 acre of the Fittpatrick land near town Col. Rochester, for Instance, bat hi personalty, to hia wife In trust till the for $500 and last week he told one acre of Hikths. Mr. C.E.Genliy,who live near 300 lott InjL youngest child become of age, then (he it the same land to L. F, Hatch for $310. Surgin, In Mercer county ,btcuie the proud INMEMBRIAM. to have during life a third of tha whole, (Somerset Keporler. father of a girl baby yeaterday. The wife the other to be divided equallr Died on the 30th ult., at 6 l M., of brain-fevTo thi burnt-usection the following of Mr. Edward Auatin pretested blin with among hia children. Mr. Wm, L Cru tell- front the MtguUr sound refreshing: "Here and whooping-cough- , Robert Henry, a girl alw or yeaterday. er, of Madison, and W A. Oldham, of iu Madison it wts never wore seasonable. infant ton of J saw and Sallle Klgaby, aged Thh U tk firei ditloo of the Interior Missouri, aw appointed by the will to take KfFhiag raise have fallen at tb proper eleven Month. Journal that ha contained no Wtltr from charge of the beqmat of Dr. G, C. Givens time; the corn crop ia fine, the gra green, Tbowfti but a Lmder bud matcsed away Kev. Oeo, O. Utm rlace April but. He to charitable purposes, left in trust to Mr. and all vegetation look at fresh at spring from fond and loving parents, he haa gone h beta bwy ia a meeting, but we hoie KIbh. 1. 8. TevU also got a credit oa Ma time. Surely our people have been sig- to bloom in that bright and heavenly kingto hear from biw agaU by Friday. tax list. nally favored," dom, where crown of glory aad laurel of Coi. C. II. ItociiraTrn, It. O. Wanco, Kid Col. W. U. Welch have gone to the in1 rad-eyeHaiti-more, come-ipientl- y $3-0- a a !.. TfRRinr.YlIURT. A cecllon man namA. T. NoNN.f.EY left lliii morning for ed John Young, who work at Hanging Cincinnati lo lay in the large, and bent Fork, wa run over by the expreaa going Haas Hog; Cholera Care, fenny line of aiddlery ever brought to thla marA McAtistcr io!e agent. north on the L. A N, Saturday night and ket. Walt for him. Hrand new alock of every thing in the hid one leg cut oITand the other broken In jewelry line at Penny A McAllater's. Not having tljne to attend to the collect- threo place. He wa here in the afternoon Watch en, Clock and Jewelry repaired ing ol my peraonal account I hare placed drunk and It I euppotcd that he laid down and warranted by l'enay A McAlister. them all with Mr, M. Peyton for collec on the track and want to alrep. He wa OlVRN up that McKobtrt A make taken to hi home in Lebanon, the beat Boda Water In the world. Try it. lion. If. C llright. Machine Oil, which will neither heal T111: Stanford Prof. Abocr There wa another colllnlon al Lebanon nor grim, CO cent per gallon. Alra extra Itoger, principal, opened Saturday, with Junction yroterday, in which engineer Tom (trained lard oil at Mcltolrla A HLicgV 28 sclioUr. The proapect la that Die Pegeon wa quite badly ma-.heThe exschool will be larger thla year than ever. preaa wa prcctdtd by an engine, which PERSONAL. had A Writ of forcible detainer waa tried at wa carrying a flag for it and which Mil. (Ino. M0A1.11rTr.11 baa gone to the awllch at the Junction.' Stanford Junction, David Collier vi. Ell-ah- a atopped to open the LouUvltl Kx position. doing ro and Pence. The Jury found Pence guilty Sonio difficulty wa had in Mim Amanda Johnson, of Veraallltr, rtanding the engine of the wa and he wa given three daya to surrender while it I thegumlof Mm. J. 1. lUlley. following train ran into It, Won't someKx Senator Kiiuck waa here yealer-da- y the ioarmion of the house or lake the body keep a tally of the accident occuring en route to the big (how at Louisville. cue lo the Circuit Court. oa the L. ANT Mil and Mr. Wm. IloYaToif, of Iiuni.it was never a ecarce in thit roar MARRIAGES, are at CapU Geo. IK McKlnney'x. ket aa now. The drouth ha dried up the I JKNNiriHAUiXKY haa return! gram so Mtra Friday generally considered an unthere I but little for the cow lo to Mis Julia dill, of I.sncar-tr- r. live on and Ihey too are drying from a lucky day for the beginning of any burl-nm- ; up. Per- and thereforo It is not usually fixed on who have butler to ell, therefore, can JuixJie J. 0. KrNiiRtuK, of Somen!, uion for marriage. It did not make any gel almoal any price for it. It Tlltlnglita daughter, Mr. Jaa. W. Al dlllereiice, however, with Mr. Wm. Fulton corn. Store For Salk. W. L. Kunea A Co. ami Mia Permelia Haggard, for they were Mm Jamm Dunn, of Uryanlsvllle, Is "I'll to -- ell their atock of good and will united for life at Iter. John H. Abbott' on visiting, her parents, Mr. and Mr. John M. make advanlagcou term. Location three Friday lant. mile from Paint Lick and lint clw. Mcllobt:!, Hr. RELIGIOUS. Mr I'ktkr IIamtoi; left Hunday fur block ha been reduced very low and alf fur good ecaaonablo. are now said lo be full 150,000 IwIavllle, where he enter limine P. O, nddre Palnl Open Communion Hiplisl In the United Curd, Hinton A Co Lick. Stale Mils. W. F. KamikY haa returned To-daand to morrow the K. 0. will Three thousand ministers in Iowa, train a licit to her relative, Mr. M.J acll round-tri- p ticket to the opening of the dlrooursed al 11 A. M Sunday, on that Cook, in lloclcastle. OTCAIISItr. Try the "Ural" patent churn, aold on a Come and aee our hand-om- e dloplay of guarantee. For ale by llright A Ciirran, Qiieenawareand Glaaaware. Twenty difMall Iretn going Nerth. .1 M r. M. ... 7 00 T, M. Houth. 1'AnTin needing bran and ehipatufi ferent deafgn In chamber aet. Drlghl A Kipresstrala" Mouth . 1 01 .M. il It A. M. can he aupplled by the Norh.. Lincoln Mill al Curran. $1260 per lon. The Ruilding Committee ol the Hapllnt LOCAL NOTICES, Wis defy competition on More, gttln church la teady now to receive the money Bur 1'AiXTaof I'tnny A McAIIsler. Ac. We onlr ak von lo come and exam from lliMo who have auWriled. The Nicie stook of birthday card at l'vimy A work I already under way. li.e our price, llright A Curran. . A N. LOCAL TIME CARB, jtoixria x Btagg . Standard rwtly mlxl paint at Mc Jo. Htt T. J. FoMer fold lo Moretaad and Land 62 head of 200 H). bog at Set, aad 10 bead cattle for October delivery at 6 ct. will weigh then 1,600 lb. Mr. CaruthfM bought a number of mule and horre here yeaterday. A pair or mare mule from S. H.Stianka coet him 12.15 and aome horee from $90 lo $160. Joseph Coffey wlllmovo (u Danville. The Admmte aaya he ha bought It, L. Sailer' place on Lexington atreet, well improved and containing 1 acrea for $0,000. J. E. Carton bought of Henry Green, a bay gelding for $126J and aold to Hemp hill, of 125 grade ewe at $1, and a fine Southdown buck to a Vickaburg, party, for $25. Half a million buthelaof corn wera re celved in Chicago on Saturday. If froat hold off corn ia expected to drop down to 10c. Oat were weak and wheat cloeed at 09 for the September option. Provlilon were a ahade higher. County Court Day. A pretty fair crowd wa in town yetterday, but very little bmineea of any kind was done. Some of the farmer were a little blue over the Prospect that the drouth la presenting and were fearful of taking hold of any kind of atock. Auctioneer II. T. IJimIi, report; Owing lo the drouth there waa but Utile atock on market of any kind. Two pair of work oxen were oflered and not aold. Some old cow sold at $20 to $25 per head A good many mule ol all kind, but few told; aome aged brought $80 to $130 per head. 1 e, Mi, - tntoui, tronnd snd about th Orsat ISoolhsrn EsposHtow avtMteg, Though younf snl tender wss our swestllttl Ilk samsnr brlllltnllj plumed birds; It has txa remsrkrd tlm aad sgtla by lube, vMien to Hm Ktposl-lio- n Ws ltld htm down leDtlr to lest, thtt tht ltdles d rest to elegtnlly snd wllhsl In such perlecl good Issts, snd right hr Is s Isms And plaetd th toil sonir o'er tht now silent thstlht men should stndy with adrsnlsgs and pronl to tbenmlf i It , oftea asserts that Ms ITST, Of our ever llttl Henry's bretit. "tsllor nukes the msn," bnt It still remains sn open qoeitfon whether tht "modMa" atakea c. the Tht tints will carol their songs of sorrow, Nevertheless It Is within tha power of man lo auk bis persons! sppearaae attractive aaa From ilswn III! tha close of dr, pleasing to thssje; snd whoetiOiuuithspplr:tbnlhs For Ibsr loo, mourn tho lost of Hills Henry , tsllsrT toutsrlllo It a but eHr. aad To know he hss been tsIM away. there are other Itrgt elites, but verr fw, If tnyoDA, that ran bout of a Merchant Taller BtrrtaBtTTi. reputstlsn of J. Winter A Co , corner of Third snd Market MretU, Leal-vlll- e, Of brain fevtr on Saturday, Sept. 1st, Ky. The name ol this bouis Is not conlned to anr particular section; It little Katie, daughter of Mr. and Mr. ;is alnott tHiHeaal-tbelr Benjamin Holltelaw, sged 11 year. After patrons number thousands and represent a Reea Stales.) No doubt there sr readers of tats ekp-terlo-da ahort illness and much suffering, her who esalrom persons! eipcrtence recommend J. Winter A Co to th foHest extent. Th spirit took ila flight and i now sleeping houto list ample capital to buy for enh, la unbroken pscksges, dlrsct from tht looms, both la this safely in Jesus' dear arms. Her remain were followed by a procession of friends to counlrj snd la Europe, thereby sating many "mlddl man" proltsand ftlolaf dlsoounU for rash. the graveyard, near the mouth of Gilbert All of these advantages ars given to tht customer. Boms people wonder why J. Winter A Co. caa aaak Creek, and there consigned lo it last rest- the time lull cheaper than other tailors? but this It nothing turprlilog when tht fact art understood . ing plsce. We buy largcly-- to cut plecet-orte- nsn entire bait or cast. Of courts wt buy much cbotptr thsa Deareit ICslle, thou lint tell us, thsordlntry tailor, who buysofa pattern only or 7 yards, or rtsy be only ijf ysnta. Oar ImIn fstrer climes thsn this to dwell, Yet It leaves u broken heart mense business requires n Immense assortment of goods, and anybody caa suit hlaustf her. Wa to Ibee, sweet child, firewell. To employ an army of tailors, to whom we give slesdy work all th year rouudsnd by this w hsvt th Though In Jesus thou srt rcstlcR best work at low prices. Our cullera are srlliU. We us the best trimmings, Tree Iroui tht best workmsaahlp ln, toll and care, and th loweit prices. Visitors to thaOrrst Southern Kipoiltlon will And It pleaaur Yet again wa lioj-- lo meet thea lobs shown In that land so bright and filf.-- W. A. II. through lb ejtablhhment of J. Winter A Co Th entlra aoMfld flsor of thtlr building Iskes lath MerchtnlTallor department. Uav horn In your old clothea-t- wo daya tufficetlo build upfer you a KETf ADTKRTISKJIESTS. new suit by meatur taken. Ia oar last chspurws spoks of theboft la tttendsee at thtOrest Southern EffvtHlon at Kr I this week wt Intend UdsvoMilew words to th Isdles-D- od blew Ihsmt Vfbt H rank. th Isdlesr W night to further sJ atkt wast Then cheer up dear parent and feel th Eiposlllon U- -i tresl st It comforted to know that Utile Henry Is now would the world bo wllhoot woraiot but for fear of fatting entsngled la Iks subject, wt wrM st presamong the angel. ent of lh ltdlei who Alt In lore will forever pre bit brow and the artfel will rejoice to know that the sweet little one has enlisted In their heavenly CHAPTER "V. 3 tVewts-till- s, rk ij IIOJV. A. G. TAfiltOXT, BOYLE C0UNTT. tlit county, Ky.,csnUlng IIIJ ol well "Nobby," Warren ItusselV fino horse, land; good dwelling and all ItONLKV, T. outbuildings; good well, orchsrd snd plensecured another victory Saturday at Lexty of shrubbery; largo ysrd around tha house. ington, winning the race in three House Painter & Paper Hanger Alaol32V Arreaofllmler ljind,2) mile from rarm, which I will sell very cheap. Call on or straight heal. He will reach home this Kddresa if, J'OOli, Bradferdttllle, Ky. !70.Jn STANFORD. KY. (Monday) evening. Wm. Walker and Sam Shelby broke the Sabbath and the mnnlcipai law by Gghlinr Sunday evening. William's ac count in the Police Court Monday morning t will rent for the year Itftl, st pulilloout ry, on footed up $10. Sam got off by paying the th premises, st 3 o'clock, r. u , on Hsturday, Kcp. 8. 1S33. tha (arm of Michael Clotd. ilre'd. in IJn- Af-rr- Danville, Ol Bojle, Is candidate for Speaker ol tho next House or lleprmenutirei. J. Farm For Sale! ESTILL JRINGS! len. ,Va?J "f Adjoining the town of nrsdfordivtlle, two-sto- ry Marlon nee-es- ry Having Uken plsce for tha coming I Preparer, ta Receive GiMttt. Satlsfitctery Ta till Th.meJlleTn. IGS-- tf I havt a corps of trained servsnU and will be all to furnish i n' 1M1UI FOR KENT. Sale of Fine miles Irom McKinney, containing is in excellent condition, AecMtno.Utlri ft,""",0' "" Lands i,'Bwitv. .n i. . - ffkL H"'"PZicecK. - criit. coin county, f Court-hous- e Centrn College ojiened Monday morning with CO students, only 4 of whom are "scientific." The preparllory department also opened with CO pupils; also the common school under the tuperintency of Mitt Ntnnie Scaugham. It ia not unusual for poet and other sentimental writer to drift into rhapsodies oyer tearful April and flowery Maya; the roje of vanished Junes coming in also for a share of the memorial verse. This is not to be wondered at, for it ha alway been, d but when a score of young men do nothing but weep over departed Janua rys, it look liko an novation Isom Davi and Sam McKee, two negroes, got into a row at Henry Smith's grocery on 2d street Saturday night. Isom ahot at Earn three times without hitting inbim. Saa responded with a ahot-gnflicting a wound in the right aide of Isom, which the doctor aaya may prove fatal. One of the pistol shots struck Tom Iteild, in the shoulder, an innocent making a painful bnt not serious wound. McKee is in ail and the wounded men have charge of the wounded. Dr. It. Madison Orear, a diatingulshed citizen of Casey county, arrived Mouday morning. Mra. Granville Cecil, Mrs. J. K. Sumrall and Mrs.M. E.Moore are in Miss Lucia Branch, Mies Moll !e Mays, Mis Whltthorne, of Columbia, Tenn., and Mis Wheeler, of Florida, are visiting Mr. Cbas. P. Cecil. Mis V Powers ha returned from a month' visit to her sister at Atlantic City. Mrs Leonora Davis, with her two children, have gone to Nashville to live. Mr. Newitt Vict, Cowan, who haa been visiting Colonel and Meears, A. C. and J. P. Downs, left for home Monday. He waa accompanied a far a Louisville by the gentlemen named. Mr. T. P. Hill, Jr., Representative- elect from Lincoln county in the next Legislature, was in towu Monday. Chat-tangu- a. iii acres, in lirni rich and product!? Improvements 178-1- 1 land, will wsteied, wllh cool ', it, i'l.OVJt, AJuitnittiator, High-Schoo- As Administrators with wilt annexed of Jsckaon OlTena. ileeesaeil. , wo will oa INH-.lst his Iste residence In Lincoln Co., Ky, sell hit entire estate, real snd persons!, consisting oflwo trscls or land. On of lnform.tloD.7r:D,"taT.'.r?.B1t, l57-- " . SKIT. M. Crab Orchard WILL l Open :ttl Momlny in Seil., 1883, Board In prlrat Ismllles yeryl.cheap. Applica tions for a mala Principal will be received. 173-t- d JA3IESltlVi:,S?r School, for Girls.! I!cKiiiHliiKMoiiiIny,'Oct. 1, 188,1, And continuing 8 months. I will be sttlated by two cometert teachers, one an Initructor In or further particulars, terms, Ac, apply mutlc. to MISS VA VblSE JtltKVK, Ky fillver Creek, ' state of cultlvstlan. Tbo other, .ila uuiiin .. ir.ri. panuinini-w . .1. . .: of tho Unco In sitf.r,n,siiuison lata sides and lk)jlo f. 1. Itoad, 5 mile from Osnvllla and and 2 miles from ahelbr and Junction Cities, hat on Its good autntantlalTraiu dwelling ot seven rooms, good barn, graury. carrlace-houa-a and other necessary buildings also a good orchsrd uii wacs is an suMYpiuiie of cultivation and nneiy adapted to the raising of corn, wheat Ac., .. Mv MBi.aiiiK larin, uas ou is, la well fenced aud will make detlra Lie homo for persons seeking one. hum ui murri oiuun, ma uogtn tirotners, Ueorge Lnglerasn snd Wm. McAfee; said l:nd la rich, lira well, Is well fenced, well watered and lo a high uu,t;itMtv near uirens- - cnurch stljolning the MYERS HOTEL, STAMFORD. XT. E. H. BURNSIDE, . .... .. Propr This Old and Well - Known Hotel Still Malntalng High Boputation, AND PERSONALTY. I I will tesch adar school for atrls In tho Springs The personalty consuls of 6 cows, building In Crab Orchsrd, bull,! yearling heifers, 1 yoke oxen, 1 JK. T. Homceormtlilc I. SMITH, riijslcian, buggy horse, 2 brood marcs, 38 bead cl yearling mules, 4 large work. mulct, head of bogs snd about 90 shosts; also 1 buggy, Mitral shares In the D. II. T. P. Itoad . farming utensils, 1 wagon, 1 ox- cart, 1 wheat drill, 1 Osbornejreaper, 2 harrows Ac. 40 acres or corn la shock. Terms liberal and will b mad known on day ol sal Itftfifl?i.,ietar ! BeteraUwd Hotel la the State ttt tt t Appoiataenti, o?ittei"' tioa to Coafort of their Quests. DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. Reside oce, Clemens House; office opp. Central Nat. Bank. Special attention to diseases of women l&J-3- m and children for th put eighteen years. "'-I- d geo nan oivess, j.b. aims, to Comrssrelsl Travslsrs, T "a B "wlif k. araadsrLltisrtat Clgara. Amlnlstrstors, Notice of Incorporation! Crab Orchard Educational So ciety. FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY JOS. SXaVJSICANCJE, J. Lata of Cbenault, Severance with A Co., Stanford, Ky., M. ROBINSON Sc CO.. ICY. Importers snd Jobbers of Dry Ooodi, Notions, Ac, 637, Ha, ill Main Street, Cor. Sixth, LOUIBVILLE. NOTICE ! Th undersigned haling been1 appointed AAdmin- .k . . M. m .. .u I la Ul UIUIiiI. HU.lUr VI IU- - m.W a I.'. a. now rvauy soseiim up aaiuc. Ait jicibuu. uihk cltlma against said estate will preaent them, prop- rla HAriSa.! Tl na I mlnMn.1 I.. Ih. MfiltA will pleas coma lorward and settle at once. There la for private sale a stock ol !.. .. Saddles, Harnoss, Bridles, &c, &o. Tht Saddle being tho "celebrated Jeulson make." These gooda will bo sold for less than cost and on esar terms. Too aaddla and harness shop occu- Vlodbrt' S.. Kauffman prior to his death It also loraaia. aunir , i;-lluatouvllle, Ky. j; J. ltfjlllnt., n d lij, Administrator's Sale. I will sell ss Adiu'r of Vf. II. Hays, dec'J, oil ISATUKDAY. SEPT. 15. 1883 at tho 1st residence of the decedent, situated the turnnlk leading from Stanford to Ilustonvllle. miles from tho former and 7 from th latter. all tb peraonal property belooglng lo said estate subject to sale, consisting In part ol 9 head of dot cattle among them, cows, steers, on ii 4 1. Nolle la herehr elTen that thn nml.rsla.t S.A. Mlddieton, W. T. U. Whits, It. II. Bronsagb, J. D. Peltus, Wm. Stewsrt, W. U. Illillon, J. W. ST. Aicorn, it. - Acaerson ana James luce, oar Ibis dar. under Chanter 51 of th General Mutufia of Kentuckr. associated IheniaeltM tocth.r .nil become Incorparsted under the corporate nam of -- vrau urcura educational society ," wun principal place ot buslnest at Crab Orchard, their LinUsvlng had thla Hot! coln county, Ky. 2. Th general nature of tha business to be trans, acted Is the establishment and malutensnc of school for tha educatlou of children of both texot srom basement to garret, at Crab Orchsrd, Lincoln county, Ky. 3. The amount of cabltal atnrV .h.tl I, ai Km to bo paid la upon sucn terms and In such Installments aa the Hoard of Trustee, may prescribe after so days' notice and after 11,500 snail bare been And leav nothing nndon thst will add to th SUIKKUDGU. . The corporation shall commence this date, COMFORT OF MY the article of incorporation having been filed In Ibe office of the Count? Court Clerk or Lincoln county snd aball terminal 2 years from date. 5. The sfltlrs of tbe corporation sr to he conducted by a Hoard or nine Truatees, elected by tha Ar on.rw Snareholders, one of ssld Trustees, selected by SPEOIAI. INDUOBMKsstph Ihcmtelves to be Treatdent thereof. Th Truatees shsll be elected annually on the first Saturday In the mouth of June, snd tbe first election shall be held on the first Saturday In June, IMI, until which time the Incorporators shsll shsll set u a Hoard of Trustees, with authority to exccrcii th Baggage Traaiferred to aad rem powers conferred by the articles of the lucorpora-tlo- a. wieiiepottreeofcheree. C The highest amount of Indebtedness or liabil01vn..,edl. ity to which sali corporation shall st sny lime subject Itself shall nt exceed $1,000. 7. 1 bo private properly of tbe members of said corporation shall be exempt from Its corporal debts. July ,1823. .II.I1K0(1AUUII, 8. A. MIIJDLETON, GENTfML J. lLPETTUS, WM. STUART, W. It. DI LLIOU, W. T. U. Willi E, r raa W. K. ANIlKttoON, JAMES KICK. --TUB U08T DB8IEABLK BOUTK ICS-- lt J. W. ALCORN. AiAPH, STAlVrOKD, - - KY. Rofurnishea and Kelltted GUEST. 2ttr&te,M-- Commercial Traveler W.S.rHAlC. HIIW UL T- O- d Terms made kuown on day ol liellersaodl bu 11.3 head or horses. stacks of hsy, M teres corn lb. th ins uiensus ac.ao. asle- - 1 field, uul farm- cot. - DANVILLE EouU. does. Isss Changs and superior And decidedly th Populsr vxkciuna'avh aiiSailiu i- Administrator. The therm will sell at the tamo time and plsco . .178-t- d about tOO bushels of wheat. U, r,JM19 PLANING MILL COMPANY, Manufacturers of 2nM.?P "I " U1FJ" Minouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, Th North. North weat.n.l u.i - .... .. dlftetlon, yourlitsri! by purchsalDf vou tlekaiaVi? "' ' Central University CoLLXUK Oa- - ! nt N hufahSl ,ay Coaches, and d Beclining ChsU tirs taTlnSsIt quipmnuf this Old JUIlstfirsbltaVtai TIMK TABLK. BOUTU. ice-col- d IMFBGC No. J. 100 am 10 4u JOLT M, IMt, No. i. IK. u, pm PliiloRopIiy, Letter & Nclciicc, RICHMOND, KY. Next session will opeu Tuesdsy, Sept, II, 1(83. ADVANTAGE. xperlcncd In- A Full Fsculty of all and .11 UIHIII. IVUImUIUIII. IVUIB. VI II.MI .UW IHV- Iougli Instruction; completeness of buildings and apparatus. bocul iMVLUaacc Tho community la distinguished for ItsrsSned culture snd hospitality, snd young men find homes la lb best tsuitllee. Hot a licensed saloon In town. Doer, Hittl NhhIi, IIIIhiIh, Wimlew " Falmouth- -' Cynthlaaa. Arr. l'axlj Lve. CoTlagtoa.. Door FrauicH, Meld Nvrell 8hw rarts....; tills as sispa ISpta Arr. Jxlngtoa.. lllSia 7 to pas i us p :.. Lt. rri 6 pss UlllcrthurcZ. 1 Main m a S 00 S lap b. to p ml liigsj, Arr. ' Csrliilo Msysvlll. "SSlSlWtBSBTltJlgp Z i ej in an elsvstlou of luor Jilfsr, sod rrs from all malarial innuenc. Aockmibilitt. Ktchiaoud la th geographical centre of th State, and la wllhtn a few hours' rid by rail of Louisville, Cincinnati, Kuoxtllla snd Chattanooga. MouaasTB Kirxssm. Board Iu the Km Due MuVry 1100 per annum, tud la the best families from 3 toll per week, Tutsi necessary for th 10 months, from IIW to f 2 to. Vat full Information snd estslogu ipidy to ,. it. JsX.t.VTfS.V, It. it., 171-t- 'f Chsucsilor. llaavriiruLiiKtsor Locavioa IUchiuoud Is at than 500 feat soots lb Ohio Werk.TitrH. Ihr Latho Werk, rioorlug, CeIIlHK.WJHtk crbeardlug, Dretwetl And olbsr rsri. " WlBeheat.' til 15 a m I pu J! sacbaoodj; 1 40pm Arr. MUasord Nostra. SaOpat 7 00pm Mn.ni 7 n, June No.l. 4 Lts. - 9 pta taopa lOOtpia llMpaa lOMpaa II M pta . So, ll. Ills Kpasj BtajifcrdJUBC pa Nia ," Wlhstsr pta so a Lumber, Arr. I"!...... INta IN tlltai LT. NsjstIU 1 " uBcaster.. klchmoBd... i III s u S as Man 00 IMpaa SMpta IHpaa FurnlturE. I hat lb lullrslandbeat line of Furniture of vary description em tsblblletl la Stanford, as a stroll through uiy stor will prof. My prices ar as low as similar gooda can b bought In the cities, a fact also cspabl ol ocular demonstration. 1 also keep oa band a lull Hue of Car HM..., ' Mlltsfsburg. Air, farta . EvfcTJaiJJJoaTZ IMsu IMam I la P aa. 7 lila a 1 OOaas Wan IMpts sua 1 IB Building Material Also Ic tiers In two-thir- p er UmlertnkorH Ooodn At- ! Fraiuliic; Xaiunhcr ! Ws keep a Urs Call ou Ul or writ for prices stock and will do our best to pleat you la prleve and quality of material. Arr. Cwsfattea, No, Ls. 00 a u. Arr. MsysTtN a at No. M I.t. MsyiTlli ( 10 a a, Atr. a a sa No. M Lt, Maysvlll 1 00 p u, Atr. Ux. 4 M p ta No. Lt. Cot. IMsu, An. FaJesoulh IMsu No. a Lt. Kalittoul 419 am, Air. Cut. I H a aa eoutti. a u. CrntfcU... IDlB (1S as 0oa as IMsa 10 04 an 4Mp aa 1141a u IHpa 7 p SB U. No.ltBd4dWf sad Colutii; al bstsTMB others dsely ifehmaai. Uaitutsa usspt (huy, - AudsiareaJy totsrv lunerala prouibtly with auios, bsw near. SjMiolal KattM W. B. to XMirMlt Ordors by Ttslvgrank Promptly tended to. 172-S- B. K. WEAKEN. HAWIILK l'LAM.a Ml 1.1, m-Sw- t DsbvIUs, Ky t, For tickets, rat sad lWmsU psittlalag U llms, coaascUw, ac, cstl ou or addwaa McWWirMiUK (tsa'l ru. ?rVt. Xft, ' EjrtatsTs'at. I V Ski-8Ettkl Jauriir $Mnd WW KTIQVKTTK, 8T A.asrarono. jctt. A WJWWfcj AlHf WptWKfvT lj XVBv Oivilitnl society lias laid down certait rnlos, to which all its members, con scionsly or uncoimoiouMy, conform and tho more theso rules aro olcrvod, tho belter claim they givo to refinement. As tho social scalo ascends, tho more definite nnd imperative those unwritten CHWiUf.VS THK.XQUATOK. laws Ixvomo, until in tho highest circles espkln of all they rulo vita a tlospolia away, rjrtXow York H'orM-.tktiliow ajfrxreon crowhur I Wo rtiwvtor at Wo do not iiosscss a "Itilual" or li?olWtli'meri(Kfln ote one tlay out o "Academy of 'Manners, " as do tho litalttpj Kid why? In Mtna ench day do Chinese ; but under tho name of gifts t midnight; in placo, at tlio 180th wo havo laws equally binding. Wlien H xa .mlJnlM at Nor aro theso confined to civilized na Grenwicli it will bo, kt Mliyr.'dlncs-tin- y tions. Savages havo their manners nnd lorlBO dog. punt nnd Tuesday for customs, however uncivilized they may IBO dog. west, tw 186th mtrklinu diviil-inj- j appear to us, but it would not bo thought tlio two days. If a icr8i it crosses friendly, much less good breeding, to tlio nierMInn earning' cost, ho mils ont pull tho fingers of thoso wo saluto till of WodteokT.ad MoFacmlnr. If he they crack, ns do somo negro trilies. A goes wcUh1 ho sUa out of Tuesday curious account is told of two dusky nnd Into Wednesday. ta novcr the monarch, who, when making a visit, tamo thy all aronnd the world oxoept greeted each other by snapping three wlicu lt' is striking midnight on tlio times tho nuddlo finger. Although this I86O1 meridian. O no hour nftor it is mid- is an example ut two Kings, it is scarce night IS dog. farther West, nnd 1 a. ra. of ly worthy of imitation. Somo savages Wednesday (My) at the meridian, Wed- lake tho hand or foot of him they sa- nesday extending OTer 10 dog, of lh 'uto, nnd with it gently rub their face surface of the earth, and Tuesday ovei this must Ikj rather wo.iri'omo to a de the remaining 315 deg. la other words, voted monarch while otlurs vigorously the new day extends from tlio 180th me- apply tho nose against that of tho per ridian west to midaight, wherover thai son they nre greeting. Other salutamay be, and tlio old day extends from tions nro equally incommodious and theJSOUi meridian east till it meets the painful nnd would reqniro somo practice now day at midnight. Ttovotsing it, it to enable a stranger to Imj polite hi the jaidfiigliiatanj society of such eccentric pagans. point oa tho earth eastward to tho 180th Herbert Spencer has shown that there meridian, and the Id day westward tc is, nevertheless, always a reason foi that meridian. It docs not matter upon theso strango customs. what paallL oflatkndo you pass the Still, etiqnetto is necessary in royal 'lSnit'tfcgreo of longitudo whether nl palaces for keeping order at court; ,tho equator or the Arctic circle tho old though in Spain it was carried to such dar . is always 1 east of it and the lengths that it mado martyrs of their fuftt of now day west it. In crowing Kings. Ono of them was onco scatqd by acridaaa ships add or drop a day tho Firosklo ; tho of tho court iu erder to keep accurate time. A steamci had kindled so great a quantity of wood ,BwKng west, from Bern Francisco for that tho poor monarch was nearly suffo.tho meridian at 1G cated with heat, yet his dignity would Ilor bow crosses, and not suffer him to riso from his chair; a. inllieicjwcastla'HitflO'a. m. Wtxlacs- - nor could tho domestics prcsumo to .Uki1'!? ia 'taelcabiB.it is 10 a. m. ol enter tho apartment, becauso it was TueadAV. A moffientlater.it is 10 a.m. against etiquette. At length a courtier of Wedhesday'ln' tiio 'cabin also, and appeared, nnd tho King ordered him to Tuesday k left behind. Twenty-fou- r damp tho firo ; but ho excused himself, 'liWi has been wiled to tho reckoning, alleging that ho was forbidden by etibut no timo has bees actually gained. qnetto to perform sufch a function, for this lA'tYSssetpdhnS eastward-roTersewhich a brother noblo ought to lie sailiagt.ef 10 aVn Wednesday into called upon, as it was his business. was onco the This nobleman was unfortunately away 10 a. m.,pf.fruesdflj. habit of skippers sailing eastward not from tho palace, and tho tiro burnt to go back a day, but to odd a Sunday fiercer ; yet tho lung endured it rather 'is 'tlio middle of tho. week to straighten than lessen his dignity. Tho result was wjiicli day all jobs tl&'ec1toiung,v 'to that his majesty becamo heated to such postponed .indefinitely were relegated, a degreo that fever set in tho following is tho origin: of tho phrase and this' day, and he died a martyr to tho rules often heard' id Now England coast of etiquette. towns, "When Snuday comes in tho 'middle, of, tlio week, 111 do It may T1IK HATE AT WUlCir TllEKS OHOir bo askcd,' What becomes of the 10 a. When timber planting is iu order, as m. of Tuesday that was left behind?" it most cortainly will iu a fow years, it Tnat 10 a, hi. of Tuesday was twenty-Im- r will bo desirablo to know tho rato of bout? old., It began on .the merid-J- i growth of different trees, in order to hears 'yiroviaesly, trav- know what will grow rapidly and bo hn eled wes t war diawBud tlio world, aad in a short time. Observation a tsfn!eplyrto rfvivBf the ghost and tends to show that tho growth for twelve 'WBoCa.'W of? Wednesday begin it years is as follows : Whito maplo, ono aihpur.of each day begins foot in diameter, thirty feet high ; ash, journoy. 'travela'westwariJ ono foot in diameter, twenty feet high at tho hours, and when it ar- whito willow, ono and a Jialf feet in for twenty-fou- r rives at tho meridian tlio samo hour ol diameter, fifty foot high; yellow willow, (lltAic'xt day starts. Tho wholo orrango-mnt- ono and a holt feet diameter, thirty-fiv- e ngrecd nporj feet high ; Lumbardy poplar, ton inches an arbitrary "by" Chris tlaa poopleTn order to bimplify diameter, forty feet high; blue and reckoning, and the 180th meridian is so-- whito ash, ten inches in diameter, twen- .lectad 1 or 4th .beginning of tlio day be- fool high ; black walnut and buto 'eVrfsoMt isMn' tiio1 middlo of tho Pacific ternut, ten inches in diameter and twen ocean, arid avoids tlio complications that ty fett high. XJ5M Wise It tlio'day' began at a merid ian running through a tuickly-ponu" What I that coffee all gono?" " Yis, mum, Thcro isn't a blessed drinkin' .flSSBSSta-ji- t. LL left in tho box." " What I four pounds muxce. of coffee used up in our small family in j,.kflpa,Bftric',f liaaco arontfll In'ea'jti ono week?" "Small family? Musho, by wolves. Aiioxehangosaya ; "hvcry thin, mum, there's two of yez an' tho iioirTIatUl wapiti Wdneh Jo'urnals there maid, and there a mo on mo foivo ad tu'e rmragrApha inserted telling of wolves mirors, who has aich a night to hissclf, not only killing stock, but attacking pop- and how jo can make n small family out ,lJcy and French sporting prints atiouud o tin o' us is beyant mo iutirely. with sneii.wellWi i'cnw 'A recent rodon't know what yo'll do whiu I come to pe on1 'wblves,issued by tho French 111 in tho other two nights o' tho week authorities, estimates tho numbcrot theso id young men who wants a sup o' coutaiaod within tho ' . ooffeo for to keep the chills awav I j5,QQ0, and' that eceouH.aamuJa HCHMAltlXi: CAULKS. a "damugo of not Tho lint cost of submarino cables is less thaa CO.000.000 francs. Thoso wolves ore concentrated in a few districts heavy, nud they lant, on tho avefago, Daplfto 'and tbe Pyrenees. only ten or twelve years. If a cablo During lost wiutcr German Lorraine hail breaks in deep water after it is ten years '.!'&Wolvefl, and tho authorities paid a old, it cannot bo lifted for repairs, as it handsome sum for thor heads. But 100 is liable to break of its own weight. The years ugo, in France, wolves wero action of tho sea water gradually tho outer coatiugof iron wire, jijnted by the thousands, and even in lWl'aa many as 0,178 wplves wero though tho coro of tho cable may relulled in the twelvemonth. One of tho main perfect. Tlio companies aro conk fvatoa why wolves havo not sequently compelled to put osido a largo 'beett'ei terminated years ago in France sharo of their earnings as a reserved was because (ha killing of them devolved fund for this decennial renowiug of tho ou a privileged class designated as louve- - cables. The repairs of theso submarine fieri, Tjiis olHce of dated lines are also very costly. X fillip has to as far back as the timo of CTiarlcmaguo, be tartercd at an expense of somo live oud iu timo tho post of loiivctlcrs was hundred dollars a day; and it generally sold afa hig-- jwieo, so that during the takes several weeks to find the locality reign of Charles VI. it was forbidden of tho break and to mend it, which can that aay. tao not a gentleman should ho done only in favorable weather. A kill a wolf. Theso had cer- single break has sometimes cost a hundred thousand dollars. Still this bruich could quarter tain 19 aad on a village, exact food and lodg-ini- a of telegraphy is profitable. There nro froaa the dood-Ioand oven insist on six wires connecting this country with tia peasants tkkog part iu tho battue Great Britain nnd France, and it is an- pay.. Ia 1775 Louis XIV. had nouueed that two more will soon be tumrttcrt, but abolishod rewords for added. "JtiUing wolves. During tho revolution OVtSKCHOWDKU. a4 a privllego was abolished, As long ago as 1810 N. P. Willis wrote, aud 800 fraacs Was paid fur a she wolf to a young correspondent : " As to writwith young, 300 ratios for a nialo, and ing for magazines, that is very nearly 100 fraaes for a cab, Napoleon, how- dono witli as a matter ol profit. Tho ever, iwMfous 6t a roturu to tho man- comiotition for notoriety alono rives thu louve-ter- t. ners of Mm ohlTegime, revived tho .editors mora than they can use. You "Daing Uui last CBipire, ooald not soil a piece of poetry now a fasiiionuble sjiort, but America. Tho literary avenues aro; jWyiidWoa as if iu certain jwrtlous overcrowded, oud you cannot livo by tho o 'JTattc'iese aniuiohi wero preserved pen, except as drudgo to a newspaper, i HuiiMynmi sftortswen, just as in JaJis", H i steluil, tigers aro uoroor In Eagkmd and Wales thero are 440 toaVcawtl Jorfcw Ute pleasure- cf killing persona to tho square ik. Stbkkt Talk. "How much better you abolMilL) lout cleric D.ail establish once look, Mm. ai" "Ye., I bare uIm4 32 ' oro rntwiMfoc and under pounds on Nail's Catarrh Cure. Have not aaopUouai eireHiustances tho Mayor of felt to well ia 20 yean. It has tattle a a yUkgo has tho right to organize a bat- - coaipltl cure and it worth $50 a bottle to oaaay that bat tbcoatarrb." aad eall c kaoken. s It fetajre SiJfrn thelth -- flro-mak- s It MKatlSO PL.tCKH (MP THK ttKAR. Tbo Foci's corner i 'Westminster Abbey k indebted for itareown to tho gftat names of tho mighty dead who lie within its gloomy walla. Chaucer was buried in 1400 in tho cloisters of tho Abbey, without tho building, bat removed to Wio south aislo in 1555. llcrlcrt Spencer lies near him. Ikamnont, Drayton, Cowley, Dcnham, Drydcn, Oay, Rowe, Ben Jonson, Sheridan, Congrevo, Charles Dickens, CamplwII, David Oarrick, all lio within Westminster Abbey. Izaak Walton's gravo is iu Silkstedo's Chapel, near tho city of Winchester. Shelley's body wnh cremated, but hi heart, which would not lako tho flamo, is now preserved in spirits of wine, Shakspenre was bnricd in tho chancel of tho church at Stratford. Dean Swift is buried in tho churchyard of St. Patrick's, Dublin; Milton in St. Giles, Cripplegnte; Chap man and Shirley at St. Giles', in tho Fields; Fletcher and Philip Massingcr in tho churchyard of St, Savior's, South-wnrThomas Otway's burial place is not known; Suniucl Duller in the churchyard of St. Paul's, Oovcnt Garden; Marlowo in St. Fnnl's, Doptford; PoH) in tho church at Twickenham; Ed ward Wnller in Deaconfiold churchyard; Thomas Gray in tho churchyard of Stoko-Pogiwhero ho conceived his " Elegy;" William Cowpor in tho church at Deroham; Oliver Goldsmith in ' the churchyard of tho Temple Church; William Falconer was drowned nl sea; Lsrd Byron in tho chancel of the church at Ilucknall, near Newstead Abbey,'' Sir Walter Scott in Dryburgh Abbey; llobcrt Burns in St, Michael's church yard, Dumfries; Samuol Ooloridgo in tho church at Highgate;. Southoy in Crosthwnito Church, near Keswick; Chattertou in tlio churchyard llongin to tho parish of St. Andrews, Holbnrn; Dr. Walts nnd John Buuyau in tho vi cinity of tho celebrated chapel called the Taberuaclo of Quod Old Whitfield, Thomas Hood, Douglas Jcrrold nud William Thackeray are buried in Green Cemetery; Wordsworth in the pleasant hills of Westmoreland; Thomas Carlylu iu tho churchyard of Ecclesfeeli-an- , Scotland; Georgo Washington nt Monnt Vernon; Audubon in Calvary Ccinctory, New York; Nathaniel Hawthorn under n group of pines on tin brow of n hill in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Concord, Mass.; William Cullen Bryunt in Greenwood Cemetery, New York; Washington Irving nt Suunyside, on the banks of the. Hudson, and Edgai Allan Poo in u cemetery in Baltimore. s, Ki-tir- wHkx become an W vlll now JUT ifKUl ilnllon thoroughly a crcatoro of habit Hint ho will certainly buy this year whero ho Imnglil last year. (lfrl1oo, unit wl,n We rramlMt la lf Ill lv l'lttul Klour for WhNt. Can mik When younger, nnd fresher, nnd llbfr lollM or undollril mnlspunkier concerns in your lino rcaso HpAMNTRK 4.NAI.I.KK, 1 starting p nnd using tho newspapers In telling tlio people haw much better 11 they cnu do for them than you con. A nilUMirwM wliltiy pU for Inr.ifmitlno When noliody olso thinks " it pays to odvcrllso," wrs. wBrinnB Hall !A " When imputation ceases to multiply, tho 1II1I not rmnnt for whn oar gnl In nnd tho generations that crowd on after (?,l..r..l IkH. Ms... AAA WIU .tllv J T,(. .( co h, you and nover heard of yon stop coming Lhlot", HI pn. When you have convinced ovcrylwdy ThnuniKli antrum r nnunllf foMx--1 ollhrtr whoso life will touch yours that yon tlctlnn, llvn prolong!, hpplnMin-- l hMltli havo better goods and lower prices than tr ih fl the itrrM they con over get any whero outside of When every rror AHrtmrtatsa. has man TO THE PUBLIC - CHURCH MltMrrtHtT. r. I eroUHTojt oitirvniNa.110-- iltr! (XMorlMn. aad Mertla. trery Thuraday nlfht. Munday Hchanl at 1 00 a, ar, Kef. II. O, Morrlaon, Superintendent. Ill roter. t CTHODisT.HOUTII-Klv.T- erilen eTerr Sunday tha third, Tnjn M. nornl ltm fT, iVBlBTiBWVr'i tJK."aTTH,Th than XUoleaaltrUllilr Hlh'f eepnal.M. v IVulrt,ftd 1ns ti ' atiTSt Mirnhten. llerve.tl formation Wanted. j i'x,''n. F j. mt.txa ROBBED Superintendent. IloHrhfiH WeHHljr Wor.Mp l, tks ronarrfallon T- pHRIMTIAN. ary uiwat uaj iiracninf oj ir. J. w. on Second and Fourth Inrd'a ilara. Sunday Hehool Joa. Rsrrranc, Muperlntendent. at )llBIHYTKIltAN, BOUTII - KtT I. H. MckT-ro-r, paator Ktinday Rrhool at :0. John W, ThslClh Annual Fair if Ins IVmrUn County I'nlon rrarer Mslln(on nt, Hupe.rlnlrn.lent, Atilrtilliifal Sielety will be held tt 1'arls, Ky.. WedoeaJar nlihta, Ivglnnloe fepleniUr tlh and eonlfnulng Stedara. 11.0110 In rrrMlana. NewWIandl h.wSlablrel One or the belt half mile Tracka In the mate! In addition folheieeular ilaaa rlnta for aloek, there will he two trnta rath dar. Loeallen M irounda all that eon Id I deslird eermllile Irom'.all . niualallrae-tlofiapnlnlahrrall Floral Hall The Krnlheky Central Kallinad and hraneh-HTANKtinn. KY- .e aruralnn ratsa Ln. will run apeelal Iralna at trance to puraesrloas A mm, lih. For parlkn- - J. Hapc, l"aatr."5Tks BAPTIST-Kaand Fourth Mundafa, mornlnj and nlfhl, lfajer Meotlnf srery Wdne,Uy afternoon. Sunday Behool at a, h, It. K. Barrow v. mm lathe" t.i tttXT. ti 1, , lfe rrtp.t.tl.. aa Aal'fc IHsiililaUIUHi.ta leBi.bl.nl.Htl, Jb Hislsmn. Mot i.' fiouyntra, ti Agricultural Socioiy OPERA' HOUSE, - lhis k; your stem, WMth poilflTelr iiul prinw fVen- When you pcrccivo it to bo tho rulo riirw; (onwl hj iimM el nllr mm Jio-- f BlieofStajeJOiM. Kbhtromalelaaeta of ana. toy kind,) srutt-tin- t ery neallnj" eapaeliy, n cfciir. iml ll Jlwun Ihti follows lleonaM rales to twdmcludlna; (allery. altrattlona. Addreaa novcr did that men who never do nnd nmncaof tt lat of eiicrnr, knot as atTf. iJinuuav, ndvrrtiso nro outstripping their neigh- - mtuwrj, aoiTrriai irptns1ur ntin in And manr int imrs, okl n. dtmnHi of f lilon. re- tors in the samo lino of business. other diftMWt that If,! la roninmptlon and cimiiara vim When men stop making fortunes right cniluraitrstebf "retnaiorI.MKJOItATOIt Stanford Female College. frrn mall. Tb in your very pight, solely through tho Uaold st II rr lx, or lx lnra for tA, tr druciltu, or will I int lit hjr mall, atcurtlr NTANFOIll). ICY. discreet use of this mighty agent. lrcIptif ptk, bjr tddnvalnit la GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R I W.' P. .WALTON, Proprietor. lart.addrnathefeerrlarr. W WA KKIKiUbON.I'ieil.lent. J IH-- t i'AitKKU,H.mtary. Vliuii you can forget tho words of tlio shrewdest and most snccessful bnsiness men concerning tho main cnuso of their prosperity. When yon would rather havo your own way nnd fail, then tiko ndvico mid win. When you want to go out of business witha stock on hand. Wiien you want to get rid of tho 'roublo of wniting on customers, ONLY TF.CItStCAL TCIlilS. PoUaccnl for the United State, 113 r. j, ii:.vky. Adamaalrwt,Toirilunlo. 191-- 1 jr With a Full Carps of Teachers, Thla tnalllnUon will open Ita Thirteenth 8elon on the Id Monday In heptemWr neiU i Solid, D001 LONDON a Conipaiiy ! H0STETTERJ5 ALL THK BRANCHES OK A Iiisurauce Q THOnOUGHENGUSHCOUBSE Art Uuihl.aa wellaa MUHIO. THE LANUUAQEa, DHAVV-INAND PAINT1NO. -- $5,212,737 81 American Aneti, paid ia 31 years Lone in U. 8. exceed 31,,000,000.00 you get my article on the ' Bo- vival of Orthodoxy ?'"nskod a Brooklyn olergyniiui, approaching tho managing editor of the Eagle. " I did," replied tho editor, " and it's n type. Bo out iu to morrow's jiaper." "Somo conversation with tho brethren has materially modified my views, aud I wish to withdraw tho thesis temporarily," explained tho clergyman. "All light," said tho editor, "I'll in fever ami tune mitricti. in Irnnlesl nl attend to it." other replon vialletl hy epiilrmiCJ, nn.l e Inilml In nil localities where tlio "But," remonstrated tho minister, aro unfavorable to health, thla with a smile, "you journalists are subvru table Invlfrarant and alteratlrr, been ject to aberration of recollection, nnd J loatr Iter's Stomach lllllcra hat feeble n intent (afrgannl even to awl fragile, frames, whllaaa yon may fofget it. Would you object Iftraml forlndlirrttlon, blllouaneaa " Did iUm!zF J,trJ bHb TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, prim rane regular Departments. Primary, IUj Interiuedlate Ho; f '0, and Iklletate, tM. from I2!l to V lnes rroniit and llnnoralilp. i'ays Hllliont U ilajV ill.eonnt. In Ih tie Leading American Biuintu. Fidlelee wrlllcn by For full particulars, as te Hoant. Ac. addrraa , HHH. N. V. TKHKIII-.AKTHrlnrliml, Stanford, Unmla Ou., Ky. JOHN SIX OTIIKK III M. PHILIPS, FIRMT-CLA- Agent. OIUCANIM st the asms srenrj, Italee reasonable 6lTTEBs rondl-lon- "iiioivoar .: jioutk." RflTARiRB 13 nECOMMEHDED otj-avta- Louisville, New Albany & Chicago TUK Railway. LINi::rtU.SNINM 4 D7 rHYCICIAll. Catltr-Chron- .v;,i' TUK OLU JT,I .V 1MJ TlllSKlXa JIKU. lit it" " So you nro not going to marry Ezra Haskins' daughter, though you know my heart is set on that niafeh," thundered Sir Marmaduke, tho dairy king,' to his son, Lem Norton, tho ox tamer of Yellow Springs. "No, sir," meekly replied tho young man. to making it a certainty now?" "Of course not. Here, Swipes. Tell tho foreman to hunt through the God galleys and kill tho Boy. Postledrum." "They had nu accident ont thcro a hit ago, and I guess the Orthodoxy was pied, sir." That's all right I Then your "Ah Mr. stuff has gono into tho hell-boPostlodrum, nnd yon needn't troubla about it. bo glad to hear from you again, sir. It's rather clover slush." And tho reverend gentleman retired, wondering it orthodoxy had roccivod another blow, or whether ho was tho technique. victim of printing-offic- e 1 complalnta. It u without a. rttaU i'ur salu by all Druirirlata and Dealers generally. -4 CARTER'S , lo ana Ciinrrh of tho Nasal of tho Cnr. Cjo Ulceratlral Catarrh IMTCHNALLV, or nnd Throat, tt Is tnkon tha Blood nets DIRECTLY upontns Sratem. nnd It Mucous Surf.icoe Of txat Blood Purinor In tho WORLD, nnd Is worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT alono. l'lillnmu LOUISVILLE Palace TO Cars! .ANII oOLtn TilAINS ltho CHICAGO! . ONLY IlilESKAL CURE nFCATAEKB rr-i-x Tiver mm llroollyn JCagle. Hick ncedaeho and nllcte all the trouMe Inel-,-- at at to a biliviui alito of Kaow. Drowalnwa. IM.trraa after ratine, In lh fcldf, die. Whito ihelr most remarkable aucceM tut been alown In csrlsg CURE And wa offer Ono Hundrod Doltnrs tor nny C.tso of C.itttrh It will not Cure. 1VILI. CLIti; AM' CASl Offlco of A. T. 8TSWART Cc'l Cntctoo, ill . Juno 4, lbHl ( AfMrrs. F. J. Chtnttxt VU.. Tolnta, tt ; Ton Uentfemen. I tal- - pleasure In Infonnlo-that I hato used ItalV CaUrrh I'uro. It has enrol me I waa Tcry bad and don't heeltate to uy that It will run) any ease of Catarrh it taken Yours tnilr, properly. J. u. Wraliirajoan. Wk-h- Tin: MAKKirrua HranaLNoTU'R. raaeeatfra I rem the Knot-ti'- U Hraneh of L. A X. K. IU arrire In IiuUtllla In time to takslbeeirolBf train of the "Moooa Iloote" and to through to (Jrcenrnsllo. CranronliiTlIlp, Irajelte and Chicago ulthont change. -- STATIONS. Lie. tonl.Tllla. Arr. rireearaaile -- TIMK TAIU.- I' 1'ally. -- L .. Dally.' T rln jg0ei,-iwciclia- u, fe, v is CfU-J- wolf-hunt- roared tho exasperated. HUK SVKLJ.ED JOIIX father, " may I ask whyyou ilaro thus to Sho hod grown to womanhood in a thwart my expressed will? " rural home, and, by chance or choice, "Yes, sir," said his son, in a low, her father had removed to East Nashfaint voice, liko a joko before breakfast, ville Sho was pretty nnd pleasant, " becauso I asked her, and site said she'd which two qualities rendered her an atrather marry a pump log, for brains, tractive magnet, nnd sho soon drown than anybody in this family." numlcr of our young men, who nro "Ah I" exclaimed Sir Marmaduke, udorcrs of beauty, around her. Ono of with a fading inflection, and then he tho gents, seizing timo by tlio forelock, tumod away to tho now Ayrshire cow in prepared his declaration of love, and tlio corner of tho lot, and said, iu tho thinking it might bo an inccntivo to his voice of a thundercloud : success, prefaced his declaration with a d " Huddup yer foot, yo imp description of her futuro homo which of a thistlo patch, or I'll knock tho stuf-flshe would bo led to, and, to mako tho outen yo with a neck yoko I " picturo grand, ho borrowed Claudo And his own Eon knew that tho proudlanguage, descriptive of his palace spirited old man was thinking of her. byLakoComo. Ho had proceeded with his portrayal until he camo to Theiie are 111,387 illiterate persons , We. would have no frtenda that wer cot lorers; Of tliis number 90,172 Wo would rnd no boola that war not talc of lore," in Maryland. when sho gontly interrupted him, and, aro colored. Tlio State has 2,020 schools, and 390 schools for gazing with tearful eyes into his, sho implored him to novcr again wound her colored children; thoso schools are conducted by 2,092 whito tcachors oud 389 feelings thus, nnd added: " John, I cancolored ones. Tho average salary paid not read ; I nover went to school a day U $31.89, and tho average number of in my lifo I know not no book love moutlis during which tho teachers are nor can I ever spell but one word njiilojedia.8.12. nnd that Li your denr nnme, nnd mother, ,oor soul, learned 'Q An tnventor m 'Hartford, Ct., has " liccluuyjc. which is mode of iron mo that. patented a belt A Cuioaoo denlor advertises corsets wire, tho selvages being brass and cop-e- r. for 10 cents. It is wonderful how choc Tho weft is of cotton, several threads being woven in without being iquceziug has becomo in this country. twisted together. A doublo fabric is P.AUKUU has insured tlio baby clr, made, between which, or iusido of which, phnut for $.100,000 for ono year, an.f a number of single heavier wires are inclosed to tako tho tensile strain off tho pays a premium of 852,000, or 31,003 per weok. It seems to be very well belt. thought of, that baby. It is not what wo earn, but what wo It is u mUtako to think of thopresont save, that makes Us riclu It is not what chief of tho Cherokcos ns a painted we eat, but what wo digest, that makes us strong. It is not what wo read, but savago, with feathers in his hair und a what wo remember, that makes us wiao. tomalmwk in his hand. A man who found a polIt is not what wo intend, but what wo lately saw him says : gentleman. d do, that makes us usoful. It is not a few ished aud struggle, He was dressed in black broadcloth, faint wishes, but a with faultless linen front, from which that makes us valiant. "And, sir, UradMhp.yrt Part er'aLlttlo TJmrilliirocrraaHy valuable la (.uwuiiaiiott, caring and pirrmUnir tMi annoying Complaint, while they alaocormt all JIrdr of tho alomarh, ttlmulaio tho llrer aadrtvolatolUobovr.la. Evinlf itiey only cured SICK UUjella.-- .. ..... lists 5 It put 7 Wats U wra Woktii eio a noma:.Ilara had - Chlr.ro writ R JfcnaJLT. Jackscn, Cure cured TheruoatdlrKt roate, with only ono il,aneof ralairhforSilycnra. Hill's CaUrrh ear, to all polnu In am. UunskterltwurtliSiaciOnbottln. MlnaeMU, loa, all nrumrista nt IS rt pfr liotllfl. aUaka, Ar For lurthet lulunaatlon. addrrw tmM CO. Tlsniifaetnreil and soft br V J. OIKNEY MUKKAY KI.LLKILII. V. A.. 115- EoUl'rtnrietora.TULsUJO, OHIO. LoulMllle, Ki .1 1 . I S linn are OS tlpta tt am 3 01 put sat pta 4 I For aale la Hlanbrd by l'enny A McAIUter. AehothryTrtmldbealmoetrrltileMtolhoaeiwho nuVr f rum IhU distrcuuiit complaints butA Vbo onco try them wni And thr HEAD ACHE cTuyoac,er ant Afflicted, Attention DH. GANN'S KEMEDIES I POR THE MILLION. UANUKACTUHKD BY W. K. OAMW, M. ftMlOUISVILLE anashviIIcPlTII ablolnaomanywayathattheywrarottcwttUiis nataftcrsllilckBcad Wdowll&butUun. IlltU plUa valo. !., TNCORIAT MONTICELLO. KY. Tbe worbl la flllwl with the wonderful, beautl-f- ul and intricate InTtnliona ol man, JH all the combined talent and eeulua thtt the world hat er- ar known Dai Deter produced an lining mat ran ' Medical compare with 'lr. Oanne lteme,ll skill and alienee kaee, aj ;et, tailed to dlacotsr any thing eiual to tbera, fur the cure of the diseases lor which they are rreoniuanded. Aa their Irtucs and ue a are pralaed by tbouaanda throutb. out the lenglta and breadth ul toe Und, and aa Standard Faiulle Uedlclnee, they cannot be an I are fully aubatantlatcd by the For Coujba, Colda. Croup, llronchltla, Conauuip-Ho- n and all DUeaeeaa ol the Throat and Ludji, Through Trunk Line if" I n' Mel-notte- 's of to It thebano r;rct many lives that hero la Where we bout; Oar pill euro It wblls males our . others donut,. carters utuo utr jtui r "J ,s' ;"" J,y druczlsta by mall. CAKTEIl MEDICIXE CO., Xcrf York. Wittiout Change and with SHORTEST AND Sped UnrltaW ROUTE ITho Dr. Ghiui'm CuiikIi Nyrup. QUICKEST THE BEST OF ALL Indleeatlon.JaUD' Ynr l.U.e rVtmnlilnLDvaiteiHla. dice, Cooitlpatlon, Sour btotuach and all Illlioua moil LOBUTIUS TO Till ".T uiaeaasa. Uho o-- LINIMENTS FOE MAIT AND. BEAST. a thlrdof nccntnrrtho Mealcan Mnatano; I.liiltueut has hoen I"or mom than knuwu to uilllloim ull ovor the world us tlio only fcafo rcluwco for tlio relief of accident ami pain. It Is n. tnotllclne nbova 4irlco nnd prolsc tlio best of Its kind. I'ur every form of external pain For nheumatlam, Neuralgia, Ppraloa, DrLlaee and Uwclllnga-aueiternal application for manor neasi Ir. SOUTH & WEST JukwndlU, Without CARS KaahTllls, chaos, to M.mrhli, Mills Itoclt, Montiomery, Atlanta Katttannati Uhiih'h I.lver Cure. PULIMAH MoblFf, od iStw OrltfcDi. W t? Uho Dr. GKiin'ri T.lHliticiit. 1 BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Palace Cars Without Chant. Tor Files, Hemorrhoids, Uurnt, luinar uiaeaso. Flalula and all SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Froaa Louliilllo la J." Vho Dr. Gniin'ri 11 c Oluf mciit. For Fresh Cuts, Burns, Ulcers and Old borea, raises Cara!tbeulchane. Uho Dr. Ghiiu'm DIUcr-Hwe- el u OllllUIVIII. MEXICAN Htutanir Liniment U wlllirmt an cnual. It aery bone lleali uml muscle, to Ute louetrlr mulclng tlio oonilnu-unc- o e of lialn und lnnniiunntlon Its circcla upon iliiiimn l'lrsli and tlKillnitofrt-utlouro equally wonder ful. Tl.o Jleilc.au linpoa-Bibl- VHoDr.flniiu'MNIotHHcli DIUerM A Iletlable Tonic. Apitiaer and Wood Purifier, aud alao cures Iijtaepala, Indlgeatlon, Liter Oouiplalnt, Malarial rsurra and all twrlodlcal Itlaeaars. Manufactured and ut aais by Sole proprietor, Montliellu, ky atTAII by win n'eeire pioiupi aiieuiiou, L lal I P D 1 U TC Seeking; homes on the LrniUnHll I O line of thla road will receive a pedal law ratee. Bee Agents olthls t'nmpanr for rates, routes A. Ac, or wilt. c. P. ATMURf, 0. P. CD LoulaWlla, Kr. it. Don't Be Led Astray I inu orders es-- ii Hjr tbe peculiarly worded vlrerllaenirnlaof rlral ruulea, which are liable to decelre tha public. The hborteat and Quickest ltoute from Clncln-na- tl Weal la the "I MUSTANG Unlmrnt Is npotlml by somebody In ovory uoimo. Lvury duy hrlnirs nows of tlio agouy of ull ntvful acalii or burn Biibduvd, of rlicuiuntle martyrs re stored, or a alnablo laurso oa ix saved by tlio liculliig irawcr of this highly-educate- CHESAPEAKE UND 01 ilY. 01 3 2I)allj Cars, & MISSISSIPPI 10 IToura R. W. life-lon- g sparkled a brilliant emerald." At Mr. G. W. Chihls Kentucky's ltouto East Ciiicinimti' to St. Louis llouia ahead of all other lines. ! wolf-slaye- iyils, them-selve- s, t "Yes, it's a very lovoly dross," said Mrs. Harridan, speaking of Miss Diuh, who at that moment swept by iu great gorgeousness, "but she's cross-oyoher father went through bankruptcy four years ago, and I know to my certain knowledge that all her drosses ore made at home." Tub wealthiest Georgia negro, Henry Todd, gained lib start toward fortune by owning slaves. Ho was onco a slave himself, aud his freedoa was given to him by his master; bat ho qutukty overcame) aiiy scruples which ho may have eutertainod, anil, at tho outbreak of thu war, owued twenty men. "woK-killiii- g reception, in conversation with tho wifo of a distinguished American diplomat aud after a littlo quizzing as to tho class of eoplo who wero likely to fall down and worship htm, Oscar Wilde is credited with tho remark that ho camo to America to teach us "to recognize tho beautiful in nature." " Then," said tho lady, "you had better cut your hair shorter aud LINIMENT which speedily cures Such ollrucnts of thu UL'ilAN i'l.Ubll as Hbeumatlsru. Nirelllncs. Otlff duiHis, t ouarracacu irauscacs, jaiiriia Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. 41allyTialua,wlln The only line ruuuiDt; uo change of cart for any Dally Trains tu Loulirllls, with Free Far lor PULLMAN NKW 8LEEPIN0 OAKS your trousers longer." kIm-,Um- - wolf-kiUin- 'te A youmo man at Augusta, Mo., suffering from a slight cold, had a severe fit of coughiug, when suddenly ho grsw black iu the face nnd fell over dead. It was found that his death waa caused by oedema of the glottis; that is, in his Muxich driuks American beer, Manchester wears American priuts, London coughing fit all tho air was oxpelled buys American papers, spoons and from the lung, und tho lips of tho glottis, or opening at tho upper part of tho forks, while all the world is licginniin windpipe, closed. Thero being no into tell timo by American watches. terior pressure tho glottis could not EJIsoa's Electric Light it a wonderful open, and respiration was iiujxxjsiblo. dlcoTerr,but not as wcodsrful as Hall's Why U as old cost like iron? Bscsum Citarrk Car. Fer tab by Peaay & Mo AlUUr. I nud braids, Cuts, Brulaoa oiiil Npralus, 1'olaauona lilies bimI a. Old htluiis, Mlffkiess, T lllilalna, Mores, rict.-S- i Frust east, ami CaU. Nora ludccil every forut or external dt eiiae. It lienlr without erars. for tlio 1WUTD CUEiTiox It cure bpialns, favrluuy, btlft Joints, Hoof rounder, Harness Korea, orua, Meal), Foot Hot, Wereiv V Holloir Hum, Kcratehes, Wltad- Hpaviu, Tliru.li, lIlHRlwue, Salls,Mores, l'ull I'.vll, Him upon tlio f.lulit and every oilier iilliucut tu xrlllcll (lis oecupallls of tlio ratable nnd rltock Vunl are liable. Tun MeslraH MusUiif Idutauent -- A SOLED TRAIN 2 2lally rnoa I,UiHVllle,C'lHClllMHllHUtII,fX- iHKiHii, Ky., Trslns to Etanarllts. t hours Iu of all other router, with one leas change of cars. Dally Trains lo Cairo. 7 hours quicker than any other line, aad no cbsuge of tsrs. Tralus to Mew Orleans, No change Cincinnati, 12 HOUrS QU,CKKU ,utn Chluto Uoulesto 1 always cures and uuvix uuuixoluUi and It U, positively, than by other llnea. The . .1. M. Is the only line with 4 Dally Trains from Cluclunatt tu Ht, Loula, lusklng direct Connecting la stuie dejt with fait Iralna lor eountrtions Iu the Union Depot (st Hi. LoulOwlta. Ulisuurt 1'ailno Itsllwsy, Hi. Louts, Iron Mountain ,1 bouturrn Hallway, Chicago dt Alton Kail, Cblugo, llurllniilou A TLTODLl3L- - road) A tit. Louis KallroaJ; IJuluef lUllroaJ; WaUih. HL Louis A l'aclno llsllrosdj MUwurt, ICanaas A Tsiaa Kali Tke Direot Soate to Lynchburg, Daa-vill- e, van bt Louis a t)a Francisco Itsllwsy. ieinael& Pltu Uliy Twollours Ia Tims on th tsrs,and leas change of cars WASHINGTON OITY. DXTC)7V f THE BEST OF ALL Norfe-lk- , Inpmi Tkli Upa Year Men ery. LINIMENTS T03 MX OR B1AB1'. It It a apaclBtaa of bard war. The tt.JOM.U tbe only Hue by which you All Virgiuia and North Ottrolisa can get through cars Iroui Cincinnati tuHt. Loula without paying ealra lare Iu edition to mousy Feints. pal I fur ticket, Forllckela, raUa, or aur Inloruatlon, call oa For tickets and further Inforuallon, apply to offliw, or address Ticket Agents of counseling lines, your nearest ticket -I- Nf I'lsasu cell at 1& Walnut at. M West Fourth at., .lAMI l.i:KMtT. P.tHnlalliaii'i (or Depot foot of Urand Hotel Usui. Wratern Aisot, Mlllitreet. MMlHNILoulallIs, Ky. W, W, PEABODY, S10W W. B. BMArrUC. U I'aaawujer Agt Maoiaer. Oeu'l Ueu M. W. VtlLI.KK, O. W. NMITH, tassj'l HttuusV. Usn'l I'asa'r Aift. Xkbuwad, YlrgleU. J, D, HILL, rasasvaer i.etl, UUMa.Xy.