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M miftwL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Judge Black't Eloqutnce, Wo may search tho records of English oratory and wo shall find few The Blood that Sptaktth Better Thing. No, not tho lor without tho blood) That were lo rue na lore it til; it rouM ntt ruth injr ilnful tout, Nor hmh tho fttn which mo appall. 1 7, 1883. 179. tmiittklnlnltriorowrnnl W. P. WALTON, Cditor and Prepnttor f'liMirif VJ.riO Ttirmloy mill 1'rlilow, l13lt nd ANNUAL eerrie don't itimpi In payment ot tcrlptlon, turpi to make chint. and then of de nomination rot otf r Hire cent. jti Eiphnailen et the Lilt' Staling with rnUr, f 4. takl a lady member of Ii-- a holf aa hla rlghtcoua law, Mrs. RaHgtrj'a Isle company, (ho oiliIon unaollclted, untaught, er day, when somoliody spoko lo her Tho Ioto proclaimed on Oolgotha. wondering! about tho Lily's curious back icciip, when mado in two pieces, Thli la Hit Ioto that calm rar bf art, That aoolh racb conirfenc pang within, faacy fur bucIi a physical specimen as rolled on from cither sido, 'a called That pacific nir gulltr dread, tho 'Hals;' when it is in ono, and raisMrSFnybk Gel.liar.lt. "Don't And Ireet niofrom tot power or tin. 'yourself to bo hoodwinked like ed or lowered from above, it is called The lore that 1,1 otleth out each aliln, That plucaeth hence each deadl itlng, that. If over a clover woman know a 'drop.' Tho narrow sido scenes That Silt lut with the peace of God, what alio was about Mrs. Langtry Is aro Mvlngs.' Inclined platforms arc Unw alt tn r lips and bid no alng. that woman. Mr. Gebhardt is a hip, called 'runs;' tlieso aro used in mounItlorattua Honor. ,' boy, with ahont tain scenes nr.il for tho horso in overgrown, Home Lore. and similar purposes. Small a teotpoonful of intollcct in (lie very Home lovo ia the best love. The painted frames to hldo tho runs aro back of hit head. It Nattered him love that you wcro born to is the hugely to lo received by Mrs. Lang known as 'masking pieces.' When a sweetest you will ever have on earth. try as her champion, And she knew room is set with solid walls instead of You who are so anxious to escapo how to tako advantage of tho situa- wings, it is a 'box scene.' Tiioso from tho homo nest pause a moment arched pieces of canvas over your tion. All through tWo season ho was and remember this is so. It is right head aro 'sky borders.' Tho spaco very adroitly used by her as a foil. that tho hour should come when you, ,' How! Well, you know as well as I over the stago Is known as tho in your turn, should becomo a wife though in Kagland it is do what data of men run after her WSSSmmmmmmm and mother and give the best love to bait men abaut town, with lota of moro generally termed a 'gridiron.' Biu Eei. Pond. The greatest eel others; but that will be just it. No FSM'arlaaaalltaaVaaaaaUBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal J'jflEaKBifi' lV R. pond in America is on tho farm raonoy and a very inconvenient com Tho gallery running round tho stage, bodynot a lover, not a husband James N. Wells, in tho town of .of whenco all the ropes aro worked, is plctenees of knowlctlgo of tho sex will ever be sa tender or true as your Maes. It covers fivo acres, men who are bard to keep at a dii named tho 'ilies.' That continuation aSaaESaaSaaaaaSaaaal mother or your father. Never again, of it there wbero the artist is at work tance and still retain on one's list of and is so full of eels that they can be after strangers havo broken the beau is called" tho 'paint bridge' It is friends. Well, tbeso men wcro valu raked out with a garden rake. Two tiful bond, will there bo anything so ablo to Mrs. Langtry, but dangerous pisdo to raiso and lower, and so is bis Tiue as Coipel. years ago Mr. Wcllsput two thousand sweet as tho littlo circlo of mother, known as a 'paint Tho history of Gov. Blackburn's as 'well. Gebhardt was exceedingly Immense easel, dozen of eels into tho pond, intending lather and children, wlicro you wero to have them undisturbed for five convenient to fall back on when other frame.' Thcso boles in tho stago are administration is written exclusively cherished, protected and kept from excuses would havo failed in getting 'train,' and tho space underneath is with pardousof murderers, thioves aud years. Theso havo increased to millBaaaaaaaaaaa'atnLBLaaaaliVjBaV'!! jfl barm. You may not know it now, (H99aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB ions. They aro fed regularly every out oi invitations calculated to lead tho 'trap cellar,' Borne of the traps ravishers of womcu. If it has been but you will know it some day. third day on "horse feet," a peculiar her into social hot water. It is all aro mado with springs to shoot a per- eignaliztd by auy other notable act or rWhomsoever you may marry, true shell fish. The eels know when thoy nonsense to supposo that Mrs. Lang. son up quickly in pantoiniuo or spec- event it certainly escaped our notice I have iu stock over 300 Finished Monuments in and good though ho may be, after the are to be fed, and tho stroke of Mr. Scotch and American Granite and try ever had occasion to use Mr. Gcb tacular pieces. They are then called Henco it is that we have aforefime love Italian and Native days aro over and tho honeymoon Wells' whip against his wagon calls hardt's money. She in ado all tho 'star' or vampiro trap. Those striiw denounced his administration of the has waned, gives you only what you am selling at reduced prices in thousands of them up to dinner, altho' Marble, which money tho could jvossibly want, and of wood below tho flies into which tho oflico as infamous. Wo now see no deserve of sympathy and lovo and Itasides, financially ho is about scenes slide aro called 'grooves,' and call to mitigate our verdict. Governor moro. any ono else may pound away all day to make room for new stock. Designs aro now aHtl usually much less; never moro. You without any effect. Ono of these shell as thoy inako 'em. To have each division of a groove is a 'cut.' ltlackluiin credits his shortcomings must watch and lie wary, lest you prices from $5 to 10,000. fish, fastened to a strong cord and struck his bank account would have Tho spaco bctwecu each set of groove to his heart. We think ho is mista lose that lovo which came in through been to destroy his admiration. She is an 'entrance.' Thcso two handsome ken. They aro duo to his vanity. He thrown into the water, may be drawn tho eyes because the ono who looked simply employed Frederick as a bulk wings near tho proscenium and which has set up shop as a philanthropist, out in a few minutes with hundreds thought you beautiful. But those Philadelphia Ho is usually remain on tho stage, no mat and thcso bo his wares. What he of eels fastened to it. head, to atavo o(I collisions. who boro you, who loved you when Press. not a disagreeable person; ho is only ter what the see no, are called 'tormen- lacks as an executivo is a head full of you were that dreadful object, a small light in tho question of brains. liut tors;' why, I don't know,exceptit may sound judgment. Where brains nro baby, and thought farmer's wife, near A you exquisitely bo that tho audience gels wearied of in tho majority hearts stand no show hu a good many trying annoy- - always seeing Hamilton, who was supposed to be on beautiful and wonderfully brilliant 93 them. ,v for indulging in follies. But we havo aacea duriat the season, and I think' her dying bed and had bid adieu to JTf Observo those- narrow grooves in tho said enough about Gov. Blackburn. they do not care for faces that are Mrs. Losgtry sympathized ...with bira her family, was informed by the buxfairer and forms that are more graceas BMoki m site can sympathise with stage, down which scenes may bo Beforo wo noxt greet our readers he ful than yours. You are their own, om girl who had been presiding inhe anybody. Bfae is a polttieian to tho made to disappear. They are 'sinks' will bo no more as tho chief of state. so better to them always than others. kitchen during her illness, that at the core rou maV be sure of that. And and the boards that cover them aro Next Tuesday tho wave of oblivion end of a proper interval after her '' 'slidors.' To hold up pieces of scene will pass over him, and wo hope that Tho largest string of logs ever made Gebhardt was her scapegoat. Tho death she (tho girl) was to becomo position. dauicd mm, ana no allowed ry v.0 usu iheso poles with anglo irons, never again will it bo Kentucky's un- iuto a raft was towed Into the Erie mistress of the household. The sick himself to bo twisted as alio chose. called braces. To fasteii thorn to tho happy lot to bo ruled over by another Basin, South Brooklyn, N. Y., Satur- lady disapproved of the arrangement things like unto him. day morning by the tugs Cyclops and and resolved to defeat it. This she ffn ibi naHV That is all thcro was of it." Sarato stago aro these termed 'screw-eyes.- ' This is the "iff Farewell, Governor Blackburn. Haviland. The raft is twelvo hun did by getting well and changinggirls. ga Letter. feet wide dred feet long, twenty-fou- r 'prompt sido,' or aide whero the "Gitl" Breckenridge News. Making Egg. 3C Some one has said: "He who marprompter stands, and tho other is the and twelve feet deep. It is composed A man living near Now York City A now swindling scheme is thus recon ries for love gets a wife; who marries -has invented a plan for making eggs 'o. p.,' or 'opposite prompt.' Here is ported by an exchange: A man and of eleven sections, each of which Dtiuu m- for position gets a lady; who marries and hatching chickens. In writing to a 'moon hox,' which moves up aud woman locate in town, put on lots of tains about five hundred logs, ranging Drugs, Books, 8tatiamM7 for fortune gets a mistress. If you are the Sun ho says: "A morning journal down with the calcium light, repre stylo, aud claim to belong lo tho way in size from tho diameter of a wagon and Faaoy sick your wife will nurse you; your senting that luminary. This sheet of wheel down to that of a telegraph says that eggs cannot be mado artifirhjijrcl.ua' prtacilpUona accurataly compound d up circles. After a time tho man vislady will visit you and your mistress Al iron is termed tho 'thunder drum.' pole. The logs are piled into huge cially. I do not blamo the editor for its tho loading stores ami sayi his wife Pull that string and you shako up a I bundles and strapped together with will inquire about your health. If JEWKliKHMt I not believing it oeible, but I can had spoken of buying a bill of goods, you die your wifo will weep for you; surprise him still more by bringing barrel of jwas, which make tlio sound ami if sho had done so Iiq jwautcd to large chains strong enough to tow your lady lament and your mistress TriJa Hark. is laaTaTtaallEeglUrei. the artificial egg to lifo a veritablo of rain, and which called tho 'rain pay for them, us he was going out of the Great Eastern. Largest Stock of Watches, wear mourning." Cut this out, young Turn that handle and this Clocks, Jewelry & Sllrerware In tho first fifteen hundred years feathers and all. I know box.' caieken, town for a short timo. No goods had stick, it in your vest pocket. man and rattle makes a noiso like breakChristianity hod 100,000,000 peoplo ETrrbroutbl to tbl market. Prlcta Lower nrMT that this seems incredible. Some perbeen bought by her; and ho goes to tbsLowmt. Wattbee, Clock and Jewetrr K- is Rather Diiy. The Delaware is palrud on abort notice and Warranted. sons may think I am a lunatic, hut I ing wood. It a 'crash,' and is used tho next store. In a short time the as adherents. In tho noxt three hun havo already letters patent for tho to make tho sound of bursting doors wife comes -- in, and easily succeeds in dred years it gained 100,000,000. In getting so low that tho fish aie carry Against tho years, comprising ing parasols to keep their complexion same under application, and I have or falling buildiugs. getting credit for a large bill, as the the next eighty-twseat to all the different nations for wall is a 'call box,' where tho 'calls' qr merchant thinks ft is all right because tho present century, it has gained from tan and tan freckles and tho notices of rehearsals uro posted. That small boys who swim wear dusters to patents.' I will soon open a placo in of tho story told by the husband. 210,000,000. Theso are communipiece of canvas painted like water, Biblo is keep ofl tho dust in the eddies. Large this village, and I will enlarge my When thoyget a large amount of cants in tho church. Tho present factory to enable me to hatch and which while lying on tho stago is goods In this way, both of them dis fast becomiog the constitution of the numbers bf sun fish and black boss ck during the past advanced nations. And yet thero ore have been out broods of. chickens. The chick shaken from tho entrances, is a 'sea appear, taking tho goods with them. painted string of inua some people who say thatChristianity week and eels are seen to sweat proens 'are the common barnyard species, cloth.' Thoso Tho present is a remarkable- - year waters',' thoy were used is dying out; but facts, patent to all, fusely as they toil up the shoals. aed. are as hardy and lively as those lin are 'gauze in tho cave sceuo of the 'Colleen for drying Jruit., The apple eron is PortJarvis Union. haiched in a natural way. I will be do uot seem to confirm tho assertion. fairly abundauHn many places, and ol' Horses and Fino Turnouts. Rates reapleased to see or meet any scientific lUwn.' The remark, "Out, damned spots I Nico Official reports show that thero ore "To put a play on is to 'mount' it. unusual efforts are making to Bavo the sonable. gentlemen who are interested in out I say!" inclines Life to .the belief is to 'fake' it. A fruit by drying, evaporation, ivc. Of about COO creameries in the State of life brought out of various com- To mount it cheaply esti that Macbeth must have mistaken a late years a number of now and com- Iowa, and tho yield ot butter ia pounds, and those compounds of the 'full set' is a scene occupying all tho tray-spo- t Lowell Citizen. for an ace. A 'carpenter's sceno' is set in plete methods havo been devisedbut mated at 100,000,000 pounds per an very simplest kind. The only differ-leae- singe. num, which at 25 cents per pound, Owenton, Ivy., Wm. Haranos, of by which tho flavors of the natIs wanted by me. I will pay tke highest market price. I alio deal ia in, ike batching is that extreme the first grooves to fill timo while oth- that To 'strike' is ural fruit arebe8t retained Is, the most amounts to $25,000,000. The cheese says: "Two bottles ot Urown s iron la Tised instead of oxtremo heat. er scenes are being sot. cold ! Gbod "evaporated" ap- product is valued at $2,000,000, ma- .Bitters completely rolioved roe of from tho stago. A acceptable The timo is also shortened. It only to taovo a scone And can supply it ia any quantity. : stago band is a 'grip.' This wheel ples are worth from 815 to. $20 per king a total of $27,000,000 from that shortness of breath. teWono week under my proccsj," braneb of industry alone. Iowa has covered with foil working behiud slats ono huudrcd pounds for transportaNew Hampshire dog is sick from A A. They tell a good story on Landlord in tho scene is a 'ripple barrel.' of all the milch cows in biting a tramp. One can not be too It tion abroad, and there are evaporators who kept the first hotel at lloberts, gives tho effect of moonlight on the by which forty bushels of dried fruit in the United States. careful what he eats this warm weathlkr" Harbor, some thirty years ago. water. These wings cut in fancy per day maybe prepared without LowdlCitbien, Crowds are kept gazing into a Chi- er. lie woke up one night by hearing shapes on the edge aro 'profiled,' This trouble. cago drug store window by the exhia Somebody has been bright enough 'A- ..some one travel about the house, and mass of gas burners is a 'bunch light' SoMKTMNo Useful j.io Vai.ua bition of a paae on which the face of a to say. "Lanetry and Gebhardt the lighting a candle, found one of bis it can be moved to any part of the m.E in Many Ways. We today man is clearly outlined. The accom- lily of the valley and the valet of the guests, in full shirt dress, wandering stage. Tho curtain is called the 'rag' received from J. II. Zellia & Co., panying tale h that the picture came lily." through the rooms. "What do you and the baudsomo ono used between Philadelphia the proprietors of the without mortal sgenoy and is the like want?" said Roberts. "I want to find HUES l PILES! PILES! tho acts is the 'act drop.' My in- popular remedies, Simmons-Live- r Keg ness of a man who died by the window the hen pen," said tho man. "What structions from the author aro called ulator audi)arbys Prophylactic Fluid from which the gloss was taken! III-- . (iliiv'' A'eio VUcaveru for . in thunder do you want of tho lieu l'tlem U radlca ckau. tain tbt ukl reuiollM a 'scene plot,' and where I store ray a copy of "Tho People' Regulator," Come home, dear pastor, come htr.lofuf. lo um. Tli DlKoterr li tb rnuU of pea at this time of a night?" asked scenes ia 'dock.' a jerioftuiiUcleiiUAotuJj and Umllfatloa a pocket companion useful for every dust in the pulpit is bait lloberts. "Well," said tho man, "you "I suppose I can't call to mind now body man,, wotnau aud,cbildaud we home! The for want of exercise the Into InjeucbMUr( till palnruldlM. To ol IU great intrlt, call on fanny 4 inch thick; see, I lost my pillow somewhere, and half the things that even we carpen- hope all our readers will get a copy.as an Stanford, or W. M. Wlr. Ml. Vernon, to get into the hea pen and sexton is sick; and stagnant church atnd (at aawpla box free ot fLarf. I wanted ters havo special names for. If you they will find it valuablo ia many quarrels must circulate quick. Come get a feather and make another." wero to go through all the different ways, They bU it to any one send home! AltaanJar rMuuiurr, ot UocuEtlJ, IuJ., mj A. newspaper printed ia Sylvania, branches of the profession, a retard Bruno' Eictorant It ks( coujU Commercial College of Ky. you'd get lug them their addressj, University, Lexington, .Kdlaon'a Electric Light U a wonderful rcuadf ba bat tc r uwd, For aala Ij Vtaaj a there ore 300 inhabi- words enough to start a new Ian Ga., says that WIXBUTl St. UMIMT, M. WUr. Mt.Y-ruThe Spepeer Courier tells of a small it not u wciuWtful m Hall's 11 cAllaUr, BtanbrJ, audW. Studtntt uctivtd any ftk day of the year. Summer imiw new pw far rtftnuf ttvimU. tants i that town and that there has guage." N. Y. Sun. of all wbo in to an untluatr About boy Jn thalcounty wkoltwo grand, Catarrh Cure. For salt If I'eaar A Me, Regular Fall Session, Sept. 10, 1883. StriLlV never been a death of a mau or a boy wllb tbtdrtadrd dlataw, touuuiitlou. irmtadt No matter how jaded tin ronttitqtlon and AlUter. C'tMtM (4 4 IJ M4 Trsatu, w Wiw ftru( h m4 mmttit; 9tmm4 Mt bairuird amy iaa It has U since way be trout diaeuu or exec, tLo Orrtt mothers, twe Biewu'aEiiHCUuul frek natural mmj ia the place OvSaSSMr4Sal L, HtMMlll CwnHkla)f . fTT li''ll. . tM ltHM4 IWtlU ffTiMM. Tv41 st, 4M4 rf, 4UV M Itvm I to I maIIm. lM4su IIvshsmM What ono Thomas Graves, Louievilhr, says: totn IrUdou amtralba dltraa baa Bui Utu , ttasW at Vt MUa U (4MT BlWOtlS f ISU4 t. tVU loSMlly, aiMl P. was Incorporated, about SO (Irrunn Iuvlguralor rotoicm Hrmancnt-I- . the town Ujwid Ibawuliolof uidlilo yUd M vm frtt f f ksx. WM 4 m isar Mlvt toir, tstaVwtsVa, fK uk oMal'sj tJ hP a timo, that boy itHiist hayo when he "Brown's IroH Bitters cured aWf iCMSkUia IVi-nj- r fcCkM riceififtaf UkMtt)tum tmivw ill allvbl nm r, See adfclll.-wehf 1'oonr i McAll.lar, 8lankd, and W- M. Wal-- 4V4a4 Irtw tfwutf. Iv yeaM aye. Two woweu have died in ikklw, tJiM lUiij WtUHM Re MTH Pf distressing cough." Ml. Varnoa, gols sick, & McAUaler. thai intntfxl t ''fjoftJil" Stagt Word. "Tho stflgo has a langiugo of Its own," raid a slago carpenter to a who stood upon tho boards oi ono of tho principal metropolitan tho. nlrcs. "Words havo meanings with in that aro unknown to any other tradoorart. I couldn't begin to givo you a comploto list, but I will mention a fow in my department. In ad tlition to those tho property man bos his words, and so have tho acton, the customers, tho the gasmen and tho dramatists. "Kscli of tho varioui ptceca of scenery has a distinct uamo. Tho 'Ma-zeppa- raw-bone- d 'rig-loft- things to surpass tho proration of ludgo Illnck's address heforo tho Electoral Commission. Tho lips that uttered it aro silent now, but its eloquenco will stir tho hearts of the American pcoplo whenever the memory of tho colossal crimo h.hat evoked it is recalled: "At present you bavo us down and under your feet. Novcr had you a tatter right to rrjoico. Well may you sayi 'Wo havo mado a covenant with death, and with hell aro we at agreement." When tho overflowing scourgo shall pass through it shall not como to us; wo havo mado lies our rcfugo and under falsehoods havo wo hid ourselves.' Hut, nevertheless, wait alittlo while The waters of truth will riso gradually and slowly, but surely, ami then look out for tho overflowing tcourgo. The refuge of lies shall lo swept away and tho hi ding place of falsehood shall ho uncovered. v'This mighty and puissant nation will yet raiso herself up liko a strong 'man after sleep and shako her invincible iocks in a fashion you little think of now. Wail; retribution will come in duo time. Justice Trav els wilh'a leaden heel, but strikes with an iron, hand. God's mill grinds slow, but dreadfully fine. Wait till tho flood gate is lifted and a full head of water comes rushing on. Watt, and you will eeo fino grinding then." o , I norl tiMil tho t noel the Mood j t nofrl thafraro, thteroii, IhairiT, A aoul Ilk mlno lo porgo and lot, nf. Tho lor I nfl it t Ightaoja lor c, Intcrlbtdon Ihoaln-hcarla- f trro, Lot that f actl tho ilnner'i debt, Ytt In tiactlnf Mta mo frte. I t that condemn tho tlnner'a tin, Y.l In rondrainlnf pardon ifali; That araalrorarlthUouj wrath, and jot, In Mflnj, rig Mtouinm rcrrala. IflunJI'M ai Jehorah'i itlr, Head Enutet. youngsters from constant practice get fertile In inventivo oxcus-es"Why, Georgio, you are smok ingl" exclaimed nn amazed mother, who came upon her littlo eon as ho DRUGGISTS UNO PHARMACEUTISTS. was pulling away at a cigar. "N-n- o, ma; Im only keeping it lighted for an Block, other boy.' "Did you break that Opora window, boy? said a grocer, catching T32AXli:ilH IN hold ofa fleeing urchin. "Yea sir." DriigH, WIhch, H'alU'HHcr. Musical Itnokx, I.lflHern, "What do mean by running ofl in this ClicttilralM, IfMlrBMcat. CIkm-h-, I'Hlntft, NfHlloncry, Packet manner?" "Please, sir, I was running M1h, Nohph, XabHOcefl, CHMterr, homo to get tho monoy. I,HHipH, I was afraid rcrriiiHcry, Mttcklae) Fire Arms, Necellea. if I didn't run home quick, I might Our Jewelry, Silverware and Optical (loads Department Is forget," was tho instant explanation. Tlios. Mellaril, who will Itcpalr ttatclica and Clocks Promptlyla Charge ef Cel. and la the heat It must havo been an Irish boy who style. wrote in a postscript: "Dear father, forgive these largo blots on ray letter, but thoy camo while the letter was passing through the post. I writo this for fear you should think I mado them myself." At a juvenile party a young gentleman about eight years old kept himself aloof from tho rest of tho company. The lady of tho houso called to him: "Come and play or dance, my dear. Choose ono of thcso pretty girls foryour wife." "Not liko g ly," cried the young cynic; " no wife JmWm3xf?XW -isaaaaWf.0 MllaAR IVntaaaMHi SVmB for me! Do you think I want to bo '1 KOVJ ".-lgB- "!- '" "SwPWtfHCl l KsaaaLlfffi worried out of my lifo liko poor paJinUR aWElLl,JW i Mlar- W BiaJtl SaaaW laTSaaimaaaaWaaSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal I Chambers Journal pa?" JiyKLfiil Vf Children' Most M'ROBERTS&STAGG House Stanford, Ky.t ALFRED WHITE, CINCINNATI, O W 'tfSl iAMphmlaSSFM . I V' -- aWflBJPPB - m WMmVm Riv-erhea- d, IrtWPXfafSi'rMV'mSM !iI mmmMMBMUBttm itSaRSta1aaBBai'Saaaaaaaa9l VEAnJcTr (IsaaaaaaaaaW I order n H. C. g RUPLEY, - UttCJIMNT TAIX.OB, Stanford, Kentucky, M-- ll. pp fjMtiJMi wL J "am aaaTf OTrl'JLl&af- ,mm ST .Ftmwmw Article. Tpharmagists o sun-stru- SITIAJBILIEI! ZEI-AJEILSriEl- ale? Feed SHOP, AJSTID lot seo-iu- 100,000 rouKBs wool. COAX. T. WUNJraM.EY, Stanford, Ky. The Interior Journal Steam Print ing Office does all kinds of Job "Work Lneatly and cheaply. Try lis. w P. Walton, Prop'r. STEAM PRINTING! - -- dleo-err.ln- two-tlt- et - If. t?&i H4SMM iawl-- Iiy-as- fl ut UM il iiwim irniriiriiTrrr i .. a a irim it. Ai. i T.V mBsmms- Skw-SKit- k Jf a" ijutt aiatofmlfhift-twew. lrriiritnTii Mflfif , - Sefttentor MMMMtaMttMMi BTJi.7JrOH7D, 3CY. FrWy 7, 183 UITM Thk pMyji ifjUMtJIfi kteotT RlfJ ft; skat hi to "monkey" arouBd and he improvhtsl ik ed it. The pleasure of speaking w,tJw Stale. Fnt there is against the "scallioas of defamation" thVno'ja'mai'A. McKeafe, whose must have been great to a persen of excellent service in Congress has made his nental calibre and nobedy ought the country, as to object to hie little innocent pleashim knowa'iitfeTer Col. II. M. Seerelrf,,6T"e; ure. Goed bye old fellow. The thou aWfrAker of abiMly,- - and anas sands of you have favorof "Mil V'ipwienee" Ik pfchMo affairs m ed may hare a leader place in their hearts for you but think it tiematl, a seMter of karsteg' awl ex- were better that a stone had been perience m Adjutant General; Col, hung about your neck and yeu east John F. Davis, of Shelby, a popular into tho sea, than that Kentucky and yiajHiljaiMMitleaMHa aeCeamia-stoter- f eheuM have been diegraeed with such wIllofeTerybody." Afiejiluw,jlaB4 kwt, tho' a eharaeter. The Hackney meeting I a blessed, but quiet one. Very little acees to the mi sees Owino to a clerical error in recorda I had hoped, from the locality; but eon capable young friend,. Judge Charles gregatlons steadily grow, though chrlatian ing the vole of one ofthe counties, a for the most part, and a few outsiders are Euston Kineaid, private Secretary. mistake of 1,000 was made in Col. gathered at every serTice. The confession All are capital selections, which will amount to 24G to date nearly all adults, Morrow's vote and the corrected fighe eadereed and approved by the peo as the way for children' meeting ha not ures stand Knott 133,615, Morrow yet opened. Steady Ingathering of from pSs, all over the State. The address 15 to 20 confessions each evening ainee the Knott's majority 89,181. 44,434 U short and to the point, and upon beginning; not a service without some instead of 45,437 as previously anPraise the LORD I The placard antfcehteet isajierUnt subjects now nounce the'eontinasnee of the meeting nounced, a gain of 527 over the Black tae"JHihlio mind, wo quote: throughout the month of August and I am burn majority. Pretty good for an very glad the brethren wish me to go on. -!'BlieriBf that the primary pur off year when we consider tho frantic The urgenoy is all from their side. I am eranaent is to secure pose of only too haiipy to serve them. '.. ettaiI ncra watum. junnn .iaj II uicu uiI efforts of the opposition. I A !...! u We had the pleasure of a vistt from our Mrfeverjqgf or eonuiuon, ana mat dear friend, Mis Sal lie LIndenber-er- , of NOTES Or CURRENT EVENTS. 'he recWIwM should be tested by Louisville, Ky , Saturday and Sunday last. Shu lives near "BethslDB," (house of rest) Mirwood, the great Engllih hangmaa, not iafallM teaehrtOBe. it mar the Faith Cure of Dr. Boardman, and we aiMMr Mr e to say at tnis time U dead. have only seen her al long intervals since --The wife of Gen. itobt. Toombs died ;tfcK nM be gMsl to give to the her arrival from the Continent. She is very ay heartiest .support in such at Clarkarille, Qa., of pirljI. much Improved In health and look well Oae dollar to St. LouU from Louts- system of reveand happy. a MaV$staMt of Major Burnam and Tutt went lo Switzerwhat Mm bht be neoessary to secure as- Tills ia the the railroad fight has land yesterday week and have not been ras asossblc a lull and fair assess- brought rate to. heard from since. MaaMchuMtUi, Maioe, New York, New et all taxable property through- We enjoy our "eyrie" at HIgbgate elate, Wwt every one who en- - Hampshire and Vermont each had heavy It I more than we looked for in the way of comfort and purs air and lovely the bleeeiMMof its government frosts Monday night. outlook. Ever in Jmu, Geo, O. Barnes. rjShear his jset proportion of its The Cincinnati Exjiosltion opened LmrdaM'i the sneeaV and thorough Wednesday nlth more than the usual sucA Great Ditnrttj. . -; 'eeWoswon of the revenue assessed, cess. Orer 10,009 people attended the cer Tbat It dully Irtncins Joy to tht homes of that all demands on the treasury may emonies. thoaundi tiy ttvlnf nany of thslr den ones front pfeBpty,,sfli, the pobho credit I be aa early grave. Truly Is Dr. Klog't Msw DiscovO. D.Bharpe was sentenced at Garels-to- n ery lor CociumpUon, Cough, Colih, Aittma, sustained and the rate of taxation Wednesday to fifty years in the peni BroDchllli, Hay Fever, toss or Vote, Tickling In rigid bat enlightened econo-,mr,i- j tentiary for outraging his stepdaughlerr, tb Throat, Tln la Bids sad Cbut, or any dis,he,expeaditura of all public aged thirteen and fifteen. ease of the Throat tod Luugs. a positive cure moneys, which will insure their faith aotranteed. Trial Battles free, regular its tl, There is some dissatisfaction among the purposes st Tenny A MeAlliter's. fair application ite Hon. R. A. Burton's friends la Lebanon, by law, and impose the lightbecause as they allege, Gov. Knott promLAKCISTKB ADTERTISSXEXTS. est harden upon the people consistent ised to make him Secretary of State and BEY0N D THE OCEAN'S WAVE lor the perthen failed to do bo. D. T. WALTKH. formance of official duties, without Mr. John Jacob Astor has deeded all TRA-ISTHE X.ORO" SUnOXlON to sewhich fjjtjoWpjiWjbo.iHipwsible LANCASTER, KY. any depart- his property to his only ion, William Wal cure dKaKnLjBrviee'i Solsoirtii House, i Office orer Cltlsens Katloatl Bank. Office hoars dorf Astor, nowTT.S. Minister to Borne. London, Aug. 21, '83 J from S to IX A. . and from 1 to 6 r. K. Hioiioate, ment of jubliBraplarniGat. The value of his estate ia estimated at Dtur Interior I to I till'e SAM M. DUBDETT, Sunday morning as we were on our most cordially with that depart- from $00,000,000 to $70,000,000. ATTOftNEY At XjASW, way to Uackney we saw a specimen of the LANCASTER, KY. Sam Bulger,the negro rapist.was hung, ment in any such policy, consistent new religion according to Charles h Will practice In (lurard aad adjotnlog couatles with the constitution, as will tend to as advertised at Maysrllle Tuesday. He Ut-lour English Col. Ingersoll. It ws asd Court of Appeals. increase the efficiency and extend the confessed hU crime and his last words were very sad infinitely worse than the thing H. O. KAUFFMAN, benefits of our system of common before the fall, "Sweet Jesus, forgive me, a from which it is a fierce recoil. Twenty or more great vans, gaudily decorated, hold sinner, and save my poor soul." school education; increase our ATTOBNEY At XiA.W, SO passengers each, drawn by four horsLANCASTER. KY. The sister of Capt. Webb, recently log develop our resour- es to the vehicle; a brass band of the noisiceeppfomote our" progress; check the drowned in an attempt to swim the Niaga- est kind in the .centre of the procession; Muter Commissioner Garrard Circuit Coart Will practice the Courts Oarrard aad adjoining efflux of our population; invito into ra rapids, became insane when she heard of placards on each van with this Inscription: counties la allla the Courtof Appeal. of aad Association; dar'ldst'theInuury, frugality, in- - her brother's death and has been found "National Secular the occupantCbxs. veof the telligenceand wealth which are seek- - drowned in the river at Ladysnith, Natal, hicles President;" neatly dressed and apparently of the A train on the St. Louii and Erani-Til- ls better laboring class, with maoy elderly wsewnegi, ana maice our aMitS' varied and match- road carrying a company of Illinois persons, male and female, among them; the vantages; ita central location in militia, returning from an encampment, whole half mile of jollity going out to some a grand community of common- was thrown from the track. Nine of the suburb to spend the Sabbath as a holiday. the wealths, it) genial climate, its gener- militiamen Were killed, and fifteen wound Of course it was a "demonstration" on who apostles part of the ous soil, its breadth of primeval for- - ed. think to banish the Sunday est,'yet untouched by the woodman's man boarded st Smlthfitld, of our fathers, and give us this instead. - xevtits'weedrous :wate'r' powers, and Utah,Aat a late hour the trainnight and cov- The whole thing is so Sunday that I do not think the British public its ioSflity.'of' mineral wealth, what it ering eight passengers and two train men will kindly it. should be the home of tho highest with u revoher, relieved them of their been take national tobadgeThe "Sabbath" has the with God's Israel civilization and the coal of the indus watches and money and then made bis es- from the first and of course satan fire k trious immigrant instead of a breeding at this heart of the nation's life. It cape into the darkness. is an old story, but am sure the dear ground lor emigrants The drought that has prerailed in LORD will keen His Iword to friend In regard to the pardoning power some parts of Virginia for two months has Abraham and these descendants His his in of which has been so shamefully abused rendered milling operations almost im- the "Western Islet" will never be forgotten. for the last four years, ho said : practicable, the streams becoming dry and I am not much afraid of a French Sabbath ever getting firm foothold on Israel's soil, - "I trust it will not be declared imnot more than half crops of corn, cotton but thia demonstration of last Sunday was and tobacco are anticipated. for me to declare here, proper a sad one. I am no friend of the gloomy Butterworth A Co., Cincinnati manu- obterTtnce of the day, for which this Ay and irrevocably, that in no case abortion 1 a proposed substitute, will I grant a nardon or remit the pe- - facturers and dealers in boots and shoes' and I am sure the false and forced austeri.; " h. i 01 a hare made an assignment. They were in at consequents ,oi a couvicuos ties of the Puritan Sabbath have done 3UMU otfegee, Mless I shall be lu- - doners of the paper of Hugh McKenzie. much to bring about this other still more attsfeuf Jlpoa thorough and impar- - Their liabilities amount to $75,000 and horrible extreme; just as monkish fasts and vigils legitimately lead to Friar Tucks and "efaminatioiTdf all the circum their assets to $50,000. unseemly revelry and carousal in the basestances, that it would be unjust to the By a fire in Cincinnati Tuesday after ment. But my whole soul turns with Ih LaHcanterat the convict, or ia some jnaaaer detrimen- noon 8 persons lost their liven, many oth- loathing from the proposed remedy so Intal to .the public interest, to carry ers were injured more or lees seriously, and finitely worse than the disease. Charles the penalty of the law. the Timet Star newspaper office was dam tho 2nd' dissolute court was a poor substi- "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," Upon no other principle, in my judg- aged to the extent of $10,000 or $15,000. tute for Oliver's Conrentlclesand Barebonet' old of LANCASTER, KY. ment, could I possibly exercise that Those who perished were employes of a rag Parliament: and the two experiment almaking a right out of wrongs will high prerogative consistently with my warehouse, in which the flames originated. ways be a failure. obligation to see that the laws are Our friend, brother and host, Mr. GEO. D. BURDETT & CO., There is a disgraceful state of affairs spend Holmes, of Hackney, with faithfully executed, or with the in the register of the land office. Sheldon, our Sundays since going to whom we Trinity church, justice, which is the the incumbent, threw the nomination to Proprietors- of wit an intimate iimaM dbnet of all goed government Cecil in consideration of a clerkship for in earlier days. friend are poor JJrsulaugh about the same They to fulfill' PKOFKHHIOIUL him (Sheldon) ind his clerk, Norrell. Ce age and he tells me that the now Atheist wa once member That toadying sheet at Louisville, cil was elected, but came down last night Sunday-schoo- l an active churchdriven into and teacher, but the which never sees any thing wrong in and had Corbett, another contestant for the InUdtl ranks by his pi lor, who instead of SaH at. BUaOETT. 1. W. BIOWH nomination, together with a relation of his answering his honest and boldlr.slated ob public meu, who aaeeie every time it BtJHDETT tt UBOWN, jections, and insulted him and wife, sworn takes sauJL ,(bk lie about don and Norin aa clerks. Thereupon Shel attempted to put bim down by clerical au- ATTOIWEYH A.T Tel I declared that Cecil had MT. VERNON, KY. Blaekbura": '"Notwithstanding tho forfeited hi right to the office by enterioK thority, which Bradlaush wa too spirited to bear. He fell Into the common error of waiiAca c. vaajtos. "crHJcisffl Tie"as encountw ed, he goes into a bargain and sale with them and not Judging Christianity t. w. vaaxoa. br .. It nrofeetori and . .. T. W. X W.H. VABHOW, out of oilee carrying with him the complying with his contract. Cecil teachers and threw up the whole thing a A.TTOIlN33V A.T XiA-W- , when hi KY. geaeyljgda'jftias" of every ckw. It presented himself with a certificate of elec- a fraudfraud. he discovered that case pattor OSaot la Owsley 8TANKOKD, building up stairs. was a I How common a & lion's bsv My eaa be saw ot niaa, ami tats is souu tion, but was denied admittance to the of heart bleeds for this fallen and mistaken M. PBYTON, fice, are Poor of He .ffaiaetliat, ttrisf his four years' lag rtwhich Sheldon and Norvell that holdIs brotherthe mine. stripe"fellow! Inflictedlittle "many knows to be br ct armit. Sheldon claims he bTAWKOBD, KY. tenure, he has, los bom of the friends eatitled to hold over until his successor i ne uevu ne u laying up lor himself br a Will practice la the Courts of Lincoln and adlaw of retribution a unalterable as that of joining coauMes and tli. Superior Court and Court wle helped JM to the pface." ijuillfies. Of course there will be a civil the "Mede and Persian." When this fol. ot AppeaJa. etpoclal altwttiua glvta to collodions. US Once on Laocaslw alrwt. to action from him by It seeaM bow that the eatl for a or criminal Sheldon brought that oust the ly shallI bare been purged I doubt not,sufAIiKSC. ANDBBSOM, on claims he will fering, shall meet him, Coasll(uliMwL'CoBveBtioa has failed usurpers sad ATTOUNEY AT X.A.AV, be able to show that Cecil has forfeited his the other shore. Ism sure of that, if once .Bfaia. The auaher of votes ia the claims to the office sad to honorable deal- he honestly confessed Jeu. The LORD Will practice laDANVILLE,of KY., asd adjoining the Coartt Boris save us because we are had, and certainly souaUos and la tb Court of Appeal. State was reported at a, JiUle over ing. will not damn u for the same reason. 182,000, while, according to the re- Even Solomon may "worship false god J. B. UHCQLN CeUHTT, A.ttorney FIBH. . A.t i.a-svwhen he I old" but the LORD'S ,srM,:!)iBL7,000 voU4 for the eall. And Bailor Coaaulaalou.r Kockcaatl Circuit Court abides; If we are fallbfcu, "He is VEKBUN KY BT. Will W. H. Miller has been in this viclai falbuf H can not deny Himul" So stent a prattle la tb. Koctcastl Courts. Celiac- tposUMr. (Maes In Ctiul.heuae. (I34J sailh scripture that "can not be broken." the eftfsleswss'er igaoraaoe, perhaps ty during the pit week with I simply bVlev tho word; that Is all, I Itai, ajf their- - eJeekJ, either failed ft but has made bo sales yet. will not "stagger at the promise, through MUUOJJON BTANKOB1), KY. Uesry Cash, of Texas, I visiting hi unbelief," but "strong in the faith," will m sent er were ferwerded ia Mteh a Otto Houta tide Bala sHtset, two doors abev give "glory had to be throwa out. brother, Wan. Cash, Joseph Battle, of In- "sin abounds,to God," because that where Iks Mja BU1. hage that they grace much more abounds." Par. Nitrous Oxide Ota administered, wkso re- diana, U visiting relatives here. qulnd. "O, the deelbs of the wisdom sad knowl Tlr.Hftu. MUM, of the Argu, does liiugh & Austin have bought John edge of God: how unsearchable are Hit SB. W. B. flVHY, Hh wheat be couples eur Ballard's bUciuuIth tools aad will opens judemeats and Hit ways past finding out I" Duntlat, God f "not unrighteous lo forget" poor HfflTlT BTANfOBD, KENTUCKY. iniTi, we wiN to aee bis pws choice shop Bear their house (a a short time. Bradfaugh's "work and labor of love" in John Spires bought 2 calves for $0. the past. Ws havs no more right a laagwage towiwd Oca ortr Jtobl. 8. Lytlt's stors. Otsce bour lo briad S 11 A. al. audi loll". M. Asssihstlsstd 50. John Young, Sr., bought 1 calf of 0, bim wkh hypoerisy ia his peit christian from to wfcta aectwary, 'sheet h 1 out efhiaa." Bileltlsfed Mc-Cartlaw-love- been arotmtl Mm A.mktmt fflBikr.n' ,)Ii NHMMrtKI IitO ar9ttlflvr8 HWi BTIMQ dArus WOxttu ivafe dt thai most cawfloto, draw it. He cared aothiBgfor the itri itUe (4mI hae'erer $16,000 to 920,000 expense he put delivered anl ha mm gathered upon the Slate. It was his last chance of Gov. Knott rmu. Jllackbern wanted a erewd to tie Stephen, They went to the Kipoollion awfWwi 4 hear his little story and he knew that Wednemlay. Mg Wew out at FrasAfor t ia M. Yoan, for M M mh! 1 yoke 4trn of Bwekb.ira has sfekea hie m- - Jews McUuflVy, jt ft 5, MT. VERim MMUMCNTi ik piece ef vltupetaUen asm retiresl, where we hope to never hear from ManagHltyJoiii 8. fith. him more, O. W. McClure has been re Kentucky has a gov ernor aeaifi. It was all doae ia tho rr sick raotnbw days with flux, but we learn this that he Ulmwoilne. biggest kind ot style ami to glorily A courtship of about 12 y oars' stand' the outgoiag iaslead of the iaeowittg lee was conaiuMted last Tumtay ly the Tux ad e forswI 2-- i .Lag-ftlstu- or i d A niftflt operator has been stet lowed at the tetearapti oaee. lie took charge of his position last Monday night. Passengers can now gel on the can wllhoat running all OTer Iowa to hunt a leatern with which to Am the train. Major John Canton awl wife, of the K. U. Railroad, have restored to Silver Creek, in Madfooa comity. Mr. Cinton hsa tome work over there to 8ahh un. While here the Major aaade many friends who were sorry to see him leare, but all wish him success whereTer he nay to. Tho train carry malls on Sunday, but there I no pottsaatter here to reeeiv It Irom them. Last Sunday the mail wa brought down lo the office and the door being locked It wa taken pack to the car. Mr. Whitehead, our postmaster, says he has had no notice to keen his office eneh on Sunday yet. Miss Uella llertrlcr. or lxuisville. U Tlsttlng Mr. Kate Stewart, ef this place. Mim Zulu rYilliama went lo Danville yesterday to attend Bell Seminary for the en suing year. Mr. J. L. Whitehead is in Williamsburg. Mr. W. Flaneerr, of LiTiBgtton, was In Iowa this week. U.K. Fish has gone to Teenemee for a few days. F. L. Thompson I In Leuiirllle tfal week. Col. D. A. Shanahan has finished his contract on the K. C Railroad and will depart in a few days for another country, and another road. JJfnnts is one of the nic est railroad men we have erer met. The ma ny pleasant anociations formed 'round his camp will never be forgotten, WhereTer lie may go, or whatever avocation he may be esgaged In, he will always hate the best wishes of his many Jriends at this place. Rev. Eugene Snodgraas, of Lexing ington, has been called by the church at Pine Hill, to preach for the ensuing year This church had been abandoned for some time, and was recently renreanlted br the Rev. Snodgrass. Elder James Hiatt will have charce of the chnrch at Buckeye for next year. Elder J. L. Alien will not be here next ounday at bis regular appoint ment, but will certainly be here on the 3d Sunday. Go to J. L. Whitehead's for your school book, Inks, paper, pencils and all school supplies, which you can gel at the lowest prices. He also has on sale dally and weekly papers, leading periodicals, and the works ot the principal writers of Fiction and Poetry. If he hasn't got what you want he will cet it for you in fact any book published in the United States furnished at publishers' prices. Fresh drues and medicines, tobacco and ciirarf canned finits and groceries. He also keep a good supply 01 paints, oils, soaps, perfumes, clocks, watches, jewelry and no tions too numerous to mention. Go see for yourself, and be convinced that no one can undersell him. Order filled by mall free of postage. Addrew, J, L. Whitehead, Mt. Vernon or Williamsburg, Kentucky. a htsausa he is t detftf an awful trftTe, thoughtful 'urn ef the nileH evidently think leg h Km "a wrk to do;" ad addressing e hlnifelf to thetak with more of ret and singleness of aim than our Ool. Injerwill, allowing nothing to Interfere with liN life work. One can not but ad wire Ms ltek and 'const stancyi and wish they were expended In a nobler cause. They wenM have been,lml for the nnfaith-fulneof an "under shepherd." pastor will hare as much lo answer for before the judgment seat as the Inftdsl. "He shall die In his nine: but lit blood will I require at the tmltkmnn'i hand," Is not written In vain. I take the trouble to write these things for the moral that Uei under the surface, which all should discover and ponder. "The time I at hand' when the.hldden things are to be manifested. An unreasoning and sweeping denunciation of these men showing them no moro quarter than wild beasts is not wor thy ot the. followers of Him who said, 'Judgs not that ye he not judged." To treat idem a enemies instead of mtreatlnv them as friends I only to deepen thelrseep-ticisand render the hope of their return hopeless. For myself,! will not be count ed In with these assailants, even at the risk of being taken as a svmpathlxer in the on belief of the other aide, which I am not My laM two teller will gire offense to some I lore, but I can not help It, I write a distinct purpose and will trust them lor the dear LORD to bring a better thing out of them than even the retention of the good Mfe pur-posss Brad-laugh- 's than lefowon, a M o W. H. HIGGMS, DKA1.KRIN H H Ilartlwaro. IreM, NhIN. OHCCHsivrnrr. Hhkkv WhltNt. IIhkkj-- rl hioN, NlercN, Chha MIIIm, Ilnmeaa, Npekcis, CsmfcN, ClrlcrMllla, CeTcrw, KIimn, NtoHownrc, CerH Nhcllcm, Callum, Ilnran NhncM, CJrACerlcH. NHsfrllfw. Iji Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and BrlBley.CombiBed Plews, Woedea aad Cast FaajM, aad the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevater. Tin Keof- iBBaad Qa.teriBa; wiirhavo prompt atteatiea Snlrmmm f T' '" A "'' M. o H Ifl I H.C.HRIHHT. r.J.CURRAlf. m BRIGHT a a a a Pi H O k AND CURRAN, Dt-Hlor- I Wlieltjamlo HHtl JlclHll Ih o o i 0 3 GROCERIES HARDWARE, V. fcUJCEIVNWARE, We run two houses, oarry the Largest Stook in town; pay eash for our goods, which enables ua to sell you ntoser than any one. All we ask ia a trial. SRIOHT Sc CUSRAN. 500 PAIRS Ladies', Misses and Children Tine and dium Grade Me- JO d H H (A SSXXOSS Those are Fresh Fall Goods and Tartios Wauling SCHOOL .SHOESI Should Govern Themselves According . BRUCE, WARREN H to l-- & CO. DENTIST, hapjiy-Moreov- Brad-laug- a erf-C- PREPARE I BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR , FALL ffgJSS SB SEEDING! . Brad-laug- h And be sure you examine, before pur- -' aJ f' , 5Bt Iiandretli's CTQ crq OB Pi m o sssv chasing', our line of Seeding Im- CD plements, as follows: point-blan- CcaiHleii see (fe Nicest Line of a p jj per? 3 r- e. w 7 CD kg cp B CD CD ' B nT4 GCP GO Hj P jae CD In Bulk, and the S2p rcGfQ CD tt s ri a. TO . . FURNITURE o- CD . PCTQ O rti CD e po O p 4 B. k p CD 2 mj ci5 cr cd & (5- :2 CD .cr' 5-- P-- CTiO - gf 1 5 CD CO CD H-- H g M CD pooh-poohe- d 131-l- IW. p giS M r rf-- g.o CD to-d- ,. rf o p p P evt MH p-cCD M-- rt rr Ma CD -- - cf-- P pj -d i,?O iiM 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 Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, The Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Sulky Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, The Moline Sulkey Plow, The Cassedy Sulky Plow. One-hors- ) I 90 faith-fulne- ss SS5 hr'rigMp C rrj o UW CD K P This line of Implements cannot be ex celled. land-buyer- DfilfTIHT, w (D Also remember we make a Specialty or jj isn jsroiners wagons, weo-- - aiala WoOhJ p -i M B r- O Wlj CO Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. ster "Wagons and Columbus GEO. D. WEAKEN, Country hams wanted by T, R ten Kit-ss- il ; n W. a r tli 'm brewr! nlwata on hsrtd A H M.er.' Fri4y Meralsg, . Sp4amber7, l&M T. TIME CARD. M P. oo r. , I 01 A.M. XM B I M. IIAROAIN herns ; are lielngoffered by K Walton -- A first class Alderncy mllcti 4 Y. i0C4t w U.ll train mla WMIh Mouths. Kinesa train" Houth. . ForHalk cow. W. 0. Welch. Lest Nor.... llHMt ..... 4 . ! HUT the (lalo Chilled Plow-I- he and cheipest-- of T, R. Walton. -- LOCAL NOTICES. McAlIstsr'. HrAMDARn Bur Paihts of Penny A McAllstsr. Nio ttook of birthday card t iVnny ready mlied paint l Mo d N. U tmulnfc It depot here to a nice coat of paint. i TjikLA in rtRfftf the "Oral" patent churn, sold on a guarantee. For sale by llrlght A Curran. . Try hi Hi m a Roberts A HUke'h. Bid tat of buiked of til kinds ust melr-tbr T. L Walton. Jos. Haas Hon Cholera Cure. Fecnj A MeAlhter to!e (gents, BrANB ntw stock ofery thin In (lie Jewelry lineal Penny A McAllster's. Watchm, Clockt aaj Jewelry repaired ami warranted by Peony A MjAIUter. Shjhc ke (livtw up that McKetwrl the beH Bod Water to the world. Try it. MACMMC Oit, whleh will neither Leal nor rubs, 60eenU per galhrt. Also extra trained lard oil at Mcttobert A Blsgg'. I orrpR lor aale prirately at my room nt Mr. Fannie Ureen's, a nice bedstead, bantu, extern on table, kitchen table, act SWA f sett caatrs, eeml cook atore. and a Hint WiewlH: machln. Ac., used bat a short time. Oller Hill. Parties needing bran and ahlpstufl can be supplied by the Lincoln Mills at $12 60 per ton. Wic defy competition on atovr, grate Ac. We onlr ask you to come and examine our price. Bright A Curran. f PERSONAL. If . Mb. 8. 1', Btaqo baa sobs to Cinclnnali to buy good'. Miss Elixa IIahius went to Loul-fi- ll yesterday. Mr. Kichard Burn left for Todd county yesterday, Mrs. J. A. Carpkmtkr I tliltlng her relative In Perry tllle. Miss Ella Psyton took charge ol the White Oik ichool Tuesday. Msh Mart Jonm and Kama Baker went to Louisville yeaterday. Dr. 8. 0, Hocker and wife hT gone to the Great Southern Exposition. clerk Mr. D. N. Williams, of lleckeastle, wa here Wednesday. Mrs. J. P. 8 an dutch, of Lancaster, lb guest of Mr. W. T. Green thU week. Mr. Kccbek Brkjht, of Blooming-loo- , III., la tlilllng hi brother, Mr. 11.0. Bright. Dr. amd Mrs. W. W. Owsley left yeaterday to vleil lb family of Mr. It. D. Duikee. Mm. Kate Bailey and Mr. Mary Bowman are attending the LoqIstIII Exposition. Master Wiluk U. Walton, of Virginia, arrived yeitcrdiy and will take a position in tali office. Johx HomxsoK, ihlpplng clerk of J. B. Wilder A Co., Louhvllle, I (pending a fw day with frlead In this vicinity. Mr. Thomas Metcalt is Id the noun-tain thi week in tbe capacity of coaimer-cla- l tourist for his bouse: Bright A Curran. MihbiAmhie Walker, Washington, D. C, Lixxle Watson and Lilll Sbellon, Me, Term , bat already arrived at the College. Mr. J. B. Fisit, of Mt. Vernon, wa down Wednesday to find out about lb prison-- . II ha a claim of $500 eaftsrieg Wa. Dunsegsn. fer t Mr. W. M. Brkiht, who has held the roslttea of Clerk ta the Farmer National Bask aloe the first of the year, has been eleetedTeller to fill the vacancy occasioned by the realgaatloa of Mr. Joe. S. Qrlmee. Mr. Bright i a atady,Industriou and cap able young man and bis friend will be glad to bear of his promotion. u -- LOCAL MATTERS. Timothy Seed at T, KWalton'. New mail lock were lee-col- d put on this week. Get a glass Myers'. of lemonade at S. S bottom figures. Bto line of harness, Bright A Curran. A doodle tree at see). W, II. IIIiglBa' that " farmers should T Asaph Wayne County Brandy 0 year old at the Hotel'Saloon. who can not be ! He is hard to plea ulled In a basket at T. K. Walton's. Call and A Mice line of Fall Millinery now open- ing at Mrs. Kate Dudderar'a. , r College opens next Monday, and the pretty school girl are already beginning to arrive. ii t Tub Try . tbe "Imperial Double Roller Patent," guaranteed to bejbe best Hour In the market. For sale only by Bright A Curran ' Death. tWm. M. Fogle, a prominent member of tie Baptist church at Middle-burdied thi week, of fever, aged about 30 g, r 'tM' - John Newland let Gay, tbe Chuck-Lu- ck man, get away from him the other day aad i( Is moved and seconded that he be'mad to work out the fine. Two hops will be given at the Exchange .He(lf Liberty, durlog the Fair, the first on the night of the 12th, and the other the following Bight. We acknowledge courtesies. Mr. J. H. oudk tells u that J; II. Butta saw mill, near IllgbUad, was burned Wednesday Bight, supposed to have caught fire accidentally. The grist part of the mill was not injured much. Mill Burned. f EsoAi'EU. John Martin, a Laurel county lunatic, en route to the Lexington Asylum In charge of Mr. Ittntaey, made bis escape at Junction City Wednesday and Is till at large. He has a smooth face, Is about 30 years of age aad had oo a brown feass wit. II Is a bad man aad II you meet him give him a wide awarth. ft While his house was crowded with people awaUiag tbe arrival of the coroasr, seised his Mundl, the alleged gun and made a Mat of shooting himself or somebody elsei nd kr a seampwiBg,rs41-la- g and tumbling fwm tbe room U rarely ea dbarsasd, bewtter, seen. lie was but tbM was a numbs Uutt agsed if be us tbe weapon on blmiolf It would be tbe very best thing be ehl d fer hi (Wintry. wU ' MARRIAGES. he had sent a nate woman. Only a few had learned at thst early hour of the murder, bat soon We learn a we go to press tbat Mr. the people began to poor In until several V. W. Gentry, of this coifhty, was married Come and see our handsome display of hundred had gathered at the scene. The yesterday, in Covington, to Mrs. Bertolla, Queenaware and Glassware. Twenty difbody was lying with its face downward on of that city. ferent deilgna In chamber ret. Bright A the edge ol Iho bed In a pool of blood, The engagement of Mrs. J. Ilunt ReyCurran. while an open raxor, which hid been care- nolds, widow of the noted turfman, and Ir we remember aright, chrome tteel wa fully placed, rested against her head. I Mr. L. P.Tarlton, also in turf to have been worked all in the iron bar of was evident to the most casual observer circles, is announced, the Jail cells, There is no sign of any In that the woman had been murdered, tho' Mies Mattle D, Jones, the accomplish those sawed out and the Iron I of the Mundi sought hard to create the impres- ed daughter of Col. D, W. Jones, of Dan nofleil kind. Can the contractor explain ? sion that she had suicided. ville, wa" married Tuesday to Mr. Robert The acting Coroner having arrived, the W. Neal, a Chicago broker. Dr. J. J. SrEED addressed a fair crowd following jury wa summoned from the At the residence of Mr. Lewi Dudde-ra- r, last night on the subject or ''Sanitation." bystander: Huff Dudderar,J. H. Willyesterday evening, Mr. James Dudde-ra- r He baa juat returned from Cumberland iams, Dennis Sullivan, George Vaughan, and Mrs. Mary C Dudderar were uniFalls, where he went to examine Into it Wm. A.Hall and Elliha Pence. They ted In marriage.. Mr. Dudderar Is a popusanitary condition. He says there is nothwere aworn and Mundi was called to testilar and clever gentleman and his bride is ing whatever there to produce disease. fy. He said in aubatance that he had come spoken of as a most estimable woman, so Mr. W. It. Williams Informed us yes- home the evening before intoxicated, and we are confident tbat lit second matrimo terday that the Intebior Journal of Tues- that after supper his wife slid to bim : nlal adventure will be a good and happy day bad not arrived at Hustonville yet. "Mundi, why will you keep drilling this one. We congratulate them. They left hereon lime and the good people way. Havn't I told you that if you didn't RELIGIOUS. of that section may rent assured that it Is stop it I would commit suicide?" He never our fault that they do not get their thought no more about it, but went to bed, Rev. J. M. Bruce will preach at Loafter smoking, with his little eon, who gan Creek Church pars promptly. (Saturday) claimed that he waa afraid to sleep by afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mim Jeste Buckner denies over her himself. The bed they occupied was at The protracted meeting at Preacher-vllte- , own signature the truth of the report rethe foot of the one his wife was In. He conducted by Rev. J. G. Pond and cently eepled by ns from tbe Louisville fell asleep and heard no more till he G. W. Ferryman, bad resulted in 0 addiiVrf She say the young man whose awoke in the morning and called bis wife tions up to last night and a good deal name was coupled with her', is a person of io get up and get breakfast. He called of religious feeling is manifest. Rev. unsound mind and for that reason she has hei several time and receiving no answer, R. B. Mahoney and J. M. Bruce have been endeavored to treat him with consideration to find her dead. Bob Hall testifithere a portion of tbe time. A noticeable Her letter ends, "Tbe got up and sympathy. ed tbat he had brought Mundi home be feature in the services Wednesday night public are aurely tired of me, and you hind htm the evening before and that he was that they lasted about two and a half will confer upon me a gre.it favor by withwas pretty drunk. He remarked to him hours, but Mr. Pond remarked tbat that villainous unholding any more auch that this was the last lime he would ever was tbe way our forefathers conducted truths from tbe press." set behind him on a horse. Jo Tabb was things, and he wished to follow in their Pardosed. William Oiks, who way- the first man to see Mundi after he came footsteps. laid and foully murdered Wm. Petre sever- out of his house. He walked by him LAND. STOCK AND CROP. al yeara ago and was sentenced in the Lin some distance when Mundi turned Ind coln Circuit Court to fifteen yeara in tbe told him his wifewas dead and lepeated the J. N. Menefce bought of M. T. A M. penltentiiry, waa among the last eleven story of her suicidal threat, Mrs. Tabb S. Russell a Jack for $CO0. convicts pardoned by Blackburn. If there heard a scream about 10 or 11 o'clock at For ale. Seven yearling steers, thirty were any ground for the pardon they have night but paid no attention to it. Did not ewes snd one Merino buck. Jos Ballou. not been made public. It will be remem see the usual light burning in tbe house Thou. J. Goff, of Bourbon, sold CO bered by those who attended tbe trial that that night and thought Mr. Mundl must head of cattle, averaging 1,702 pounds, at the proof waa that he hid himself by a log be abient. Knew that Mundi and hia wife 5 cents per pound. and ahot Petre In the back as he came did not get along well. She was the first T. L. Carpenter sold Lehman Bros. 77 along the public highway. to arrive at the house and had found the head of 1 ,657-- b. cattle at 5Jc and Pony Beaxley sold him his lot at 5 85. The grora earnings of the Kentucky body lying aa it now waa. Mundi up and down the floor. Mrs. Care of grain sufficient to make a train Central in August were $101,172 95, against waa the nrxt to reach the 14 miles long arrived in Chlchago Wednes$73,363 50 in the corresponding month In Mootry scene, about 5 o'clock, when she said to day. September wheat fell to 951. 1882 This show n increase of $27,801-4D. M. Ball, or Woodford county, sold ' been expecting this." He on an increase of 38 miles' of railway, Mundi, I have several pairs of fine match mules, averagalwaya quarreling at and beating her, ing 16 hand high, at from $300 to $400. tbe mileage in August 1M being 150 and was gratify- and ahe frequently came 'to her house for per pair. 188 In August last. This Is T.Jt Conrad, of Grant county, sold a ing to the friends of Ibis road, whieh is shelter and protection. At other times steer, 4 years old, that weighed 2,055 lbs. striving to serve the public la Ibe prompt- Mundi would nall.lier up inbls own house to John Hoggins, of Boone county, at per cwt. est end best manner. In thia connection it to prevent htr from getting out of the way The Ml Sterling Sentinel saya George gives us pleasure to say that the General of hi cruelty, Robert Fields said Mundl Deokner, of Cincinnati, bought of Colonel Freight Agent, Mr. 0. L. Brown, noticing told him that his wife bad klleld herself, Thoa. Johnson CO head of cattle at Cc and our recent items a to the occasional delay but tbat he would be charged with tbe 40 head at 5Jc. Yesterday's New York cattle report of frslght shipped over hla road, has ex- crime. Heard a scream daring tbe night; Can-tshowed sales at $5(50.40: Texas steers $4 plained that when they took hold of the about 10 o'clock, he thought. John awore, that two years ago, Mundi went 605; Colorado do. $1 0005.10; 5 Richmond Branch It wa under the imof very good stock, 588 hesd; exporter pression that scarcely no freight waa han- to Mrs. Cook's to kill his wife, as he told bought 400 bead fair to prime steers at o him. Part of her children he said did not G 65 per cwt. dled on itand they were not fully prepared John M. Hail sold to John Sam Owsfor the very large patronage that they have belong to him any way, Louisa Kennedy week before last while ley, 200 ewes for $515, and bought of Wm. received from tbe first, and consequently heard Mundi aay M. Hleeins 20 wethers at 3 cents, of Geo. have been short of cars and engines. This quarreling with bis wife that he would cut Abraham 30 extra wethers at 3 cents and her throat from ear to ear. Mrs. O'llair 20 extra lamba at 3 cents and ol lienry they have remedied by the purchase of much new rolling stock and tbey promise knew that his wife waa afraid of him and Newland 30 common lamba at $1.23 per against her. Josie head. In a few dsys to give no further cause for that he hsd made threats At Richmond Monday auctioneers re complaint. Tbe delay of the freight trains Moore testified that Mrs. Mundi had told ort 75 or SO head of horses at prices rang to lssl week, haa also her that her husband had threatened to kill ing from $75.to $125; 100 bead of cattle at at Paris, rtferred got after her 3)c to 4c; 20 yoke of work cattle at $95 to been remedied and shipper of stock will her and that he frequently $yu to siuu; with sticks snd clubs. 1115; mulm, a bav no reason to grumble about the $115 to $125; suckling colt, good At.JhU point TJrs. Bionauglt and Bally switching there in the future. This to JSU to ezumlne the corpse. They quality, $7o disposes bt the freight business and now if were ordered The Cincinnati cattle market ia quiet, ita hick and the sight Common 2to3c'fair to medium 3 to the Company would start the train fiom turned it over on 4; good to extra butcher grades 4 to 5; Stanford Junction that leayes Richmond at that was presented was in common 10 cuoicr smppen it m u, iiulk 1 o'clock for Ci&innkti, It would be a The great, gaping wound on the neck er and feeders 3( to it. nogs are nrm. great accommodation to our people. Tbe tensified the horribly distorted features. Selected butchers and heavy shippers 5.20 agreed was to 5.45; fair to good packers 4 30 to 5.15; present mixed train ia hardly ever on time, The wound, which they both common 4 to 4; stock light 5 aad the profanity it occasions Is terrible to made with dme weapon not smaller than a good 4 to 5. to 5; are quiet at 2 to 43; Sheer hatchet, waa on the right side of tbe neck, hogs think about. Iambi firm at 4 to C; stock wethers 3 to 4; some four or fivu inches In length and so Jail Delivery. Our new $15,000 jail deep that the jugular, and the carrotid ar- do. ewes 2 to S. BOYLE COUNTY. don't seem to hold them when they are teries were sevored and the bone about disposed to get out, for on entering the ea half cut in two. It was proved tbat Mundl O ant Hit. d tablishraeat Tuesday morning, Jailer Mr. Charles White and Miss Margahad two axe and two hstchet. These he found that four of his worst birds hsd was required to produce, but a thorough ret Crutchfield obtained llcenie to marry on the 4th Inst. e flown. Their names are William. sesreb of the premises failed to find one of Caldwell College and Bell Seminary icoucdrel who, it ia alleged, mur- the axes. Tbe jury then found a verdict opened for the fall and winter term Weddered and threw into Rockcastle River, as followc "We, of the jury, find that Mr. nesday morning, with, an Increased numthe young girl Nannie Bryant, whooi .lie 0.0. Mundi came to her death by a blow ber of pupils over last year. Will Owaley and Hal Ssvlere were had debauched; James Rainwater, under from a sharp, heavy instrument from the fined $10 each for gambling, Wednesday. a life sentence for murder In Whitley coun- bands of 0. C. Mundl." Mundi was thereIsom Davis, the negro shot a few night ty; Lirkiu Bird, charged with car break- upon taken In custody by Sheriff Menifee ago, Is now in a fair way to recover. ing at London, and' Wm, D'ehoute, a and lodged in all, Governor Smiley, of the workhouse, reports four prisoner In hi establishment. young horse thief. Five other prisoners The sentiment against Mundl Is very Some for stealing, some for fighting, some remained in their cells, Including William pronounced, and we believe that a leader for gambling aad other little eccentric!. Johnson, from Belt county, who, after could easily raise a mob for bis banging. It being reported on the street tbat serving a year In the penitentiary on a life He however protests bis Innocenco and Gov. Ulackburn would soon open an Inessotence for tbe murder of a man named says that If the people think blm guilty briate Asylum in Loukville, Jamea Stone Owena, bad his caae reversed by the Court of such n foul crime he hopes they will Chrlaman respectfully quarried whether the Gov, would turn sny of bis patients of Appeals. He saya that ever since Mrr. swing him to the first limb. out before tbey were cured. Dunaeg an came to see her husband, SunMrs. J. II. Ellsworth, snd Misses SaMundi wai born in Ireland, nearly 41 day before last, ha and the other prisoners yeara ago. He name to this country when die, Mamie. Theresa aad Millie McKean, r, aad a child, and drifting about, finally came of Galveston, Texas, who have been spendbav been filing away on ing tbe aummer in Danvills, left for home that they bad been out of their cells once here, where be in 1809 married Mis Kate Wednesday. Mr. Logan Swope, of Woodor twice, without being able to get outside Poe, sister of Mr. John Cook. She was ford county, was in town Thursday. Miss the jalU Dunnegan got out of his cell by born in Washington county, Va , in Deo. Linie Payne, of Eliiabethtown, a great filing out a bar, which 1st him into the 1810, and from all we can learn,' was a ve- favorite in Danville, I vWtiBg bar aunt, Mr. G. W. Welch, Jr. prisoners' walk. Another had to be filed ry amiable During their married A negro named Charles Bell, who to let blm to the Jailer's walk and a third lib which lasted till OcU 1S80, when she live near Junction City and works on a to get outside the Jill. Tbe hole that he sought aad obtained n divorce for cruelty construction train, had hla band so badly stjimxed through was so small that John- aad drunkenness, four children were born crushed Tuesday night that a part of it bad to be amputated. About the same son says he bad to strip himself and rub to thsai, all of whom, are living and run time a white man, also a railroad laborer, before he could make In age freca 6 to 12 hi body with soap yesf, Tbey remained and livng at Burgln, had a band crushed It. Tha other prisoner tied a string to a separated kttl Marsh II, 1182, when either In a Ilka manner, Dr. Fayette Danlap waa both ease. JMh aeeldsnU broom handle and susoeeded In pulling the through, fear of him or an awaking of tbe tbe surgeon in tbe mu were coupling ear. crank that bolts tbslr cells and with a occurred whlla tbe oM love, she again consented ta become wooden key ualocked lbs other cell. AfMr. Theujfj E. Wood, of tbt Bounty, ter they bad gotten outslds the building his wife, and tbey were married. For a lU wellkaeJKjg.k dealer, while driving purchased, wa atto scale tbe wall which time bs kept hU prowls of reformation, boots a tbanext thing ws Miller' bUsfcsatltk they did by means of a rope made from but wen Wl Into eld habits of drink- tacked by bim near bit tbslr bed tkk. The Jailer will give shop on Tuesday erselng. Mr. Wsed wa for the return of any of she ing and abasing bar. It will be imhm-bere- d on bomback when tbe bull cinia at hint , that bsfese Mm wit tor divorce, om of hi swim striking the laaeal. The K, C. wsi four hour late yesterday, hence no mall from Lancaster. Our corres- Mundl waa charted with burning hi own hnns to spite his wife, but the deed was iat, bf not proven on Mm and he wsa released Her from Jail, H Is a nne lrgg?d man, a mnle Mr, Munjri Htad Nrnrlf Stttrtd near having mangled the other a few ytars ago, It Is not often that our qoiet town li and bears a most unenviable repnlatlon cause for as much txciiement a wm manThe pIste-gliwlndos In Penny A ifested on Tuesday morning last, for hard ly had the news ol the fill delivery been McAlister's new front are 10x6 feet and spread before Constanllne Mundl came In weigh 450 pounds each. from tils horneabout two miles frown town Km. Pehrirotow, for the want of more and with many tears and much wringing grain to rut, amputated one of his fingers of hands, repotted to Judge Brown that yesterday by mesne of a cutting-box- . hla wife was lying dead at her home, with On TiieirTrah. J. B. Fish, who with her throat cut from eir to ear. It Is a matter of common report that he had been a sqnsd Is in pursuit of the escaped prisonvery cruel towards her and suspicion at er telegraphed us last night from Livingaa follows: "Dunngan and Rainwater once, notwithstanding his protestations, ston pointed to him as the murderer. The have arrived at the house of a brother of judge accordingly ordered an officer to Dunngan, about 15 miles in Jackron counkeep an eye on him, and notified 'Sqnlre ty. All sound, Larkin Illrd la at home Moore Creek, In Laurel county. He Porlman that an Inquest must be held. As pn he will be at London court on third soon as we learned of the tragedy we rode to the place, which la situated In a little Monday of thi month. All parties are well fortified at present and say they will Tillage, a mile beyond Stanford Junction, where in a Utile log cabin lay the unfortu- not be taken alive." MVRBEREBt Asc Ana, a Jury own Hatband. 3 IbLbBBBBBBBH tna I 1tsr4 t K"SBIai SBBBBBBBBBBBBBrtstMSaffjB P t.' &k. MIiW - t - Xjm3?. T y :iv4. v- sj pondent telephoned thai letter. n in the shoulder, Inflicting a fearful wound and knocking bim down. The other horn struck Mr. Wood inlhe leg, laying ojxn the fleh from the ankle to the knee, going through the calf. The wound made waa fearful and causes Intense suffering. Wakefield A Farrls sold this week to S:roggIn A Hudson, of Louisville, 7 broke mules 15 to 16 hands high, at $175 each. Same firm sold to Gentry Bro, 4 irnod Southern horses for $501 Same to Wm. Graham, of Sumpler, 8 C, 3 good SouthSame In Beard A $325 ern horse Cnruthers, of Shelby county. 1 pair large hors mules for $310. Same to A. Y. Oil-to1 pair horse mules 16 hands high for $355. "Nobby," Warren Russell's fine horse arrived home Thursday morning from Pari, where he won it $250 purre Wednesday, lie is In prime condition. IIOX. A. G. TALliOTT, Ol Foyle, Is s J iiouk oi ueprmenurres eindliile for Speaker ol tba next ESTILL SPRINGS Prepared to Receive Guests. ! Farm For Sale! Adjoining lbs town of BradfnrdiTllle, Marlon county, Kycgntin'g 111) ArrM 01 well y dwelling and all necland; food essary outbuildings; good wtll, orchard and plenty of shrubbery; large yard around the bouse. Alwl22H AcreaerTimber Lml,l!f mllea from ry cheap. Call or, or Farm, which I will sell 11. VnOf., address lC3-- tf BrsdfurdsTllle, Ky. Harloj. taken ehatg ol this fjinous waterlog season, I am now plies for I hare a corps of trained serrtnts snd will bo sbl Snllsfaclery To all persons to furnish AcceiMuintatloR fr School for Girls! I will teach a day school for (lils'ln building In Crab Orchard, tbo Springs In pursuit of teal I h or ylsasnre. The medlelnsl quilitles of then witsrs srs too) well known to tns pooplsof Central JCeatwa? to need a description ,r their prstwrvl. The rates of board will U reasonable For faftksr lormnatlou,srply tomest Irslue. Ky. "- o .n. j'SAivvn, v desiring any And continuing months. I wlll.be misled by Partle Moncmknts. thing in the monumental line will do well two competert I teachers, one an Instructor In to read the advertieement or Alfred ntle music For further particulars, terms, Ac, apply .HISS JM VLI SB It ItKCIC, Ey. whose business was established in 1852 and to Sllrer Creek, is still located at the old stand Noa. 255 and 257, W. 5th St. Cincinnati, O. Mr. White is at present in Europe purchasing Blue-Gra- ss largely in his line of imported Scotch and Italian work. IICKlnnliig ,Hoiuliiy,Ocl..l, 18S3, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY... E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr A Pine Farm 2, 1883, 1 I will sell at public outcry the farm on which Ire- murs irom manioru, iw-ro- ln side, suusiea auoui county. Immediately on tbe turnpike road from Stanford to Somersot,contalnlng 17.1 dwelling It hss on It a comfortable an J with six rooms, a kitchen, fool barn snd all nec essary outbuildings. It is exceptionally well wancrcr failing rprlngs. One tered, there being hundred acres of this land Is strictly No. 1 and th Cite Up. residue Is good grating altogelh'ritisa Tery exIf tou sre suffering wltb low snd depressed cellent stock farm. Tneiels on lbs place an orchplrlti, lost of sppetl te, geneial debility, disor- ard of about 100 young apple trees In full bearing iimeinq on toe premdered! blood, weak constitution, headsche, or sny or select iruu. At tne ssne peisonsl property, con ises will be also told all my disease of a billons nitnre, by all J? Jn procure a sisting ors cieers, z jiur uows. 9 vxj bottle of Electric Bitters. You wrurvs surprlMd Cows and other Young Cattle. CO well bred Ewn.i Wagbead of Uogs, I ta see th rapid luiproreuient tbat will follow; you goodI work Horses, 10 a Mowing Machine snd Farmon, Jerrey Wagon, will be Iniplrod wltb new life; strength snd generally. Also 21 Acres of Corn ing Implements will return; piln and misery wilt eeise, In the iield and a lot of Ilay In stacks. Terms on day ol sale. and hencsforth you will rrjolci In tba prslM of madeu known ai-twji.vi.v,!. .ur:.Mhi-r.i;- . Electric Bitters. Sold at SO cents a bntlo by Tenor McAlUtcx. lst, BucKlen's Arnica Salre. Tbe greatest medical wonder of the world. Warranted to speedily curs Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Ulcers, Salt Itbeum, Ferer Sores, Cancers, Piles, Chilblains, Corns, Tetter, Cbipped Hands sad all tain eruptlom, guaranteed to cure fn ererr Instance, or money refunded, A potlllre cure lor Fllos. iSe per box. For sale by Fenny A McAI. At IMiblic Sale. This Old and Woll Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Reputation, -- AND ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Oneiti. Acre. Aer nsfticsge rtin te eoarejed to sad from the depot free ofrhsrgs. .special accommsdaUoas is toComnerclalTraieltrs. Tk Bar will be always sunplled with the coolers! breeds of Llqiors aad Clears. FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY ASAPH, 0, HEW iUTEKTlSESESTS. Sale of Fitie Lands jtrj w $0.-C- O IJookout, er car-loa- As Administrators with will snnexed of Jackson ST. Olrens. deceased, we will on h'HIttAY. 'IS 1HH3, at bis lle residence In SKIT. Kr. eell hla emlra estate, real and Lincoln Co.. Per Tax-Payer- s! sonal, consisting of two tracts cf land. One of oa A I'.ltKt near Ulrens' Church adlolnlnx the land of Albert Smith, the Logan brothers, (leorge Having bad tblsllotel I Eogleman and Wm. McAfee; said l:nd Is rich.blgb Strango Things aro Happening well. Is well fenced, well waiered and la a Ilea cultivation, t soprlted If I state of And always will; then do not kniiM Mil In tli .! t a horiR or Tho other, tbs homo tract, containing 310 tlma ami From basement to garret, tbe Lincoln ACHES, something else to llquldat your Indebtedness to and Boyle Tsituate on both sides ofDanellla and Y. log imimouwraiin. a wmui money ttuw vuv-- . and 2 miles from Koad. 5 miles from sbelby and Junction Cities, has Intent! Io Keep It B. KM OF.O. M. CAJWE.XTEi:, D. on It agood substantial funis dwelling ot seven Flrnt-ClRW- s MttiiHer, snd rooms, good barn, cranaryi carriage-houl-s ..,, ...... VlXllnM. at. . m n,.tl.nl And leave nothing undone tbat will add to tbs This tract Is all susceptible of cultivation snd la nneir saaptea io in raising oi corn, wneai g ac, COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. and Is slto a grazing tarra, bason It 4 nevrr-fall-insprings. Is well fence), and will tnaka a desirable, home for persons seeking one. AMTED-But- ter .a (V JU1VW .lu n.M 1.. BJM1U VJ T Tl As and Ens. Ura va autvns .' Highest mark- - STXNEOHP, - - KY. I It lteftiriiiBhed and Bellttcd Strictly I Will ray $25 Each For lbs srrest snd dcllrrry to me of Reward. ! Win. Duunrgan mid James Ualuwatcr. 173-- tr t. n. xr.n'Cttxv, County, Jailer Lincoln year-old- JJl. T. E. SMITH, - KENTUCKY. Homoeopathic Fhjslcluu, SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS The personalty consists of 5 cows, 1 yoks oxen, 1 patronise me, aa I ha v every bull, 2 yearling heifers, 1 buggy horse, 2 b ood ToNICK SAMfLb' KOOAI3, Ac, coavenlene.sueh as for their um. s, wsres. SS head ot yearling mules, i large 41 bead of bogs slid about 90 sbocits; also 1 to and from buggy, several thartalntbs V t- 11. T, I' Baggage Transferred the Depot free of charge. oxwsgou, Koal. filming utcn.l1- -, Olvemoacall. M.H. I'KA.M'IH. cart,! wheal drill, 1 Osborne reaper, 2 harrows Ac. 40 seres of corn 's shock. Terms liberal and w ill be made know n on day cl isle OV.OIUIK GIVVSS, PERSONALTY. Commercial Traveler Ara oBVred DAXVILLE, and children lor tbe j.h. a IV KM, Besldence, Clemens House; offlce opp. Central Nat. Hank. Speclsl attention to diseases of women Kl-t- d Amlnlstrslors, by ' aa LBJ. TO -- T1IE HOST DE3IUABLK ROUTE put eighteen years. in JOS. SEVERANCE, IaaUofCbeDiuH.&Tertoct) J. t Co., Buolord, Ky., M. ROBINSON Sc CO.. WHO DANVILLE And decidedly tbe Popular Route, affording, as' it does, lcaa chaugs and superior accommodaUoes to CINCINNATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, Importrrs snd Jobbers of Dry Uoods, Notions, Ac, uit Day, oil sism Direct, vor. oixio. New-lan- L,otJiHVir.iii:. - ICY. PLANING MILL COMPANY, Manufr-turera Dunne-gon,th- Crab Orchard High School -- vriiL- Tbo North, North west and West. In fact, If you. cento niplata a trip In any dtrcitton, your Interest will be lestscrvul by purcbaslcg your tickets via K.Caod Cincinnati, fullmaa PalacsCera; Kit-ga-nt New Day Coaches, snd h.ndaoiuely furnished Uecllnlng Chair Cars fjrni tho'uneilualed equipments of this Old Meltable, thereby making a trip over this lias one ol luxurious comfort snd pleasure. Try It. TIME TABLE. IN EFFECT JULY Is. IMS. SOUTH. Opcii nil Memlny lis Hup.., 1893, nrlv.ta IiihIIIm VArr chearf. Atirdlra, tloni for a mala Principal will be melted. Hnsril In 173-t- of No. J. I 00 am 111 a m a a No. 4. No. U. Lvs. Coilnjton d JAMES Ml CAY, oeo'y. Door, tSuisle, mind, Window NOTICE! Tbs undersigned bsvlng beeu appointed Administrator of thi eslato of 1'. S. KaulTman, iliol., Is now ready to settle up same. All persons baring claims against said eatals will preirul them, properly verined. Tboss indebted to lb cslsta will leas roue hirwsrd aud settle at once. There) Is fjr private sale a stock ol Hiid.l)eer Frame, Mold- - 1hk, Scroll Saw Werk,TiirH IiiK s 11 Cjutulaua 10 Arr. l'arla..... in Ltc. l"arl........,ll It Arr. Lexington., ilil (3 Lve. Varia. .. " Mlllcrsburg " Carllslo . Arr. Uaysvllls... " Falmouth... u a S 00 4 31 5 40 15 T p ml.... p pn p au P nil 13 p 10 I m!.... ni.. !... m.. .. nti Ill p m t 40 ICO p B nit... IW pm s Lve, I.alko Work, Lancaster Air bUulordJuns ' Winchester. U II ' Klchraoud- - t 49 1 . i'.rls. .1 10 Nomu. Lve, btanford June " Ltccaster .... IS p mi p m J 13 p s so um 9 SO em 10 CS v m IJ 03 pm 10 U pui U OU p IU Mo. 3. No. IS. No. 1. ji in ut u Saddles, narnoss, Dridlos, &o.. &o. u. an raa4iaa being ins -- reieur.uM viimwu These goods wtlll sold fjf lew than cost aad on asy terms, i is saujie suv nnuw .ou,, by V S. KsuITmsn prior to hla death Is also Er Ml.. T. MOHIHX, Adwr. Huitouvllie, Ky. UJ-.- l Flooring, Celling, " tbe-ba- lrewed Lumber, And otber Arr. Lve. J. won. Administrator's Sale. Building Material I will sail M Adm'f of W. II. Hajs, dsoM, ou 8ATUKDAY. NEPT. 1. 1!S3 Also Dtslersln J, y lib-er- rwd full-tilt- bM dscsdrnt, situated on at tbslttsresldsncsottb tbs turopik leading from Stanford to miles from lbs fjriusr aud 7 from tbs lallrr, ! aMth personal property belonging to sab;, islet subject to sals, comlstlug In rail ot W assp aUrgo Sbssdofons eattls smonx them, cows, steers, Ckll on user wilt wr prices hslferssnd 1 bull. I head of bosses, 1 mule colt. Stock and will do our best to fleas jou Q prtcss scree cera lb th fiuij, SeUcksofhsr.M ud quality ol ulststUl. Ac. taad known on day ot sals MA a Sf C. Administrator. HASVILLK rLASlSa Mlhli CO., time sud plscs Tbs shsria will Mllstthssam PaavlUs, Ky. d aWutSWbiufcslsofwbiat. Framing Jbtiisibcr a is 1 48 pm Air, JJ a u. 3 13 uiq, S JS Lvs. 30a tn S It p " Cy a si u nth tana..) llA at lit l'.l,.i,ilk ssr 433 P u lUIWUitlu.M I" fll 30 V ml Arr, CovlcgtoD...tl 00 asa No. U Lv. Us. Arr. Usysvlll S l aus A rr Lex. No 24 Lv. May tvllle 3 10 a No. J7 l.v Lex. S M p w. Arr. Jlsysslll S M pm Nu. Lv. MsysilIU I 00 p m, Arr. Lex. 4 00 pns No. S l.v. Cot tSOpm. An. ralcsoulh ISO pas Air. Cot. S 10 a aa .No. l.v. rslouulh Nos. Sand 4 dally b,l en Klcbmoad, Lsxlo gtoa aud lAivingtenj an etners uuiy vact " lUbiuoud Wincheste- rlVrlt -- . Uavsvllls -- . Carlisle . Mlllersburg ........ I l'ar Lexington . 4 Jam 0 io a in a 30 a u 1 83 a u JO a to 6 U a in a 26 I 00 pn 3 x M p ui 3 13 p n I Oj 1 8 03 pm paa SJpta I S3 I6S am J pm pu !r""" Iluul iHiu pu f a 4a tOJiu, a. it tlliu, "wi Spoial KattM to wiera&ia. 3E! For llcasts, rstis aaJ latwmallon.perlslnlai Hue, toonstilons, Ac. call on or aMn W. B. to a CWMWi?,it Aar Q. W StUVfK afittABaWl4aBmsW-l- Ca'l.A CUBMrVnt,. -- V HE iit au. JWWiadEjtek; StMKttkIi)KtcriirixmI oy a getitiuman I ho naujo ot the sew girl, whew he declared to be a rgw Afcou w.' p. wjhti. . - .. . c MrM to mo and all the rest of us thai this inquiry could lmvo como from no other than from the gentle-mawhoso optics had been sorcgHlntly, and, m It seemed, irresistibly cxcrclwl on myself. Presently another symptom n W tacr.' "NowitwM ckM jk i Ii of his admiration v os Kvory Brown's Ikon Dtrriiits itu a "polka dot." evening at a cct tuiii hour, under tho walls is one of the very few tonic Tits fuvorito mountains of of our garden, were heard the ("wlect medicirres that are not complayer 'Appy .nines. Hounds of an accordion ; all aaid H was posed mostly of alcohol or Tun Boston Olulm says that mim my dinrch admirer tliui renewing on f8wertwtfcnhioilT , whiskey, thus becoming a llnnlii(rptcniiieMlliandrontrnulntndaya. And o'er ato lereemUt aearkUa, our leading- - murderers tho p weekdays tho homftgo that ho had ofTerwl i fruitful soiucc of intonicr-anc- c fT.OOflU I'reralaiua, NewMlind I N.wHtiMnt lh.!Hlalel In IMi.ef.lhel'it g gradually BiiiorM.-.liiime at church ou Sundays. I thought the pNtnl. by promoting a desire addition tothe trfulir tlaea rlnre forilork, there will iKtwolrola each day. ol (round! what every one Sitid mint Im true, and A St. Louis eat ha-- i died of siiiilrtik for rum. all that rould l deelreil aereaillil. Iromt.all listened with cciiliar pleasure to 'Annie point! hy mil. Floral Hill wlih Hi mual allrac What this country wants is moro wi Brown end Smca treeee. lone, Tli Kentucky Central llallitmd and brasrh. OTANrflnil. KY.Laurie,' and 'My Beautiful Star,' and and less bootjack. lloton e will runiprrlil Iralnial emiralnn ralei. Kn. trance In pureeirloa. Antuli llh. For pattlru-lirBrown's Iron Bittf.rs Jcaunctto and Jcannot,' and ' I Dreamt alil real the Pre rrlirr. A Buffalo girl never has hor w ddm Nf ar IIm we, worn track, - Proprietor. VT.1 P.W ALTON, t 11 is guaranteed to be a that I Dwelt in Marblo Halls,' andothor ' IM-- l ' While Um Mutely forehead dress mndo in that city, for fear sum W. A I'AltKKU.'riecielary. popular airs, nil of which I hail heard, stimulant, and CJoter wmeeh adorn body will say sho was married iu a bu: y BliofSt,',20iM. KI(htrrniilelaeliof Chufcby, ihllilMi Afure it will, in nearly every case, it is true, played lieforo, but Hover, so it rVnln rapacity, Includlnc Kallery, too. falorobo. naylagh taw cowl lleaaonabla ratea lo good altrarlloni. Addreaa seemed to mo, with such pathos and take the place of all liquor, ai atiore. "Do.Vt show my letters," wrote An enchasM foreet power as under tho proscnl circumstan and at the same time absoTI to then, I vera, young mau to a young lady ho udond ces. What n delicate way of lieing lutely kill the desire for WlUi IU geeJen treuure "Don't bo afraid," was tho reply, " l'u College. courted I Of cuurso I was not in lovo, whiskey and other intoxiHid la twining green; just as much ashamed of thorn in you W!thHeMy peofti but, girl-likI was glad to think that cating beverages. On ita feaet born HTANI'OIII). KY. are." somo ono was in lovo with mo. bonny figure " Ann you going to tho ocean ?" "N, nt this timo I had to lcavo TIIKXKrai:tl'KK .V.I y.lHM.HOU.IK. "Jutt Maying la lb corn. Rev. G.W. Rice, editor of With a Full Corps of Teachers. Hchool for ii few tliiys ; at tlu samo timo, Peoplo who livo near tho great thor- - I am not going to tho ocean. I detest Mlrim, the American Christian by a strange coincidence, tho seronad-tooughfarcs, where thoy havo access to the miStiou. But my sister has a notion By cold ear ofeeaod, ThUtmlllutlon will open Hi Thirteenth Heloo says of Drown'i Iron Worn wMit ccasod, and my admirer was absent two or threo dailies and a half dozen of going to the ocean, by tliu way ot Go fc nth Id Monday In rleplemher neiU muf watching, ' FWed wrth tegae Bnreet, Hitters: from his pow in church. Surely, then, weeklies, do not fully opprcciato the shen." But corapletalj yaalehed ALL T1IK MtAItCllKS UK A Cln.,0.,Nor. lO.lSSl. I was right in thinking that I was tho valuo of a newspaper. Thoy como, in! "Mr friend has. a reverence for the Erery tboufM forlorn, Gent i The foolUh winobject of nil these delicate attentions. deed, to look upon them as necessities, truth," said n Baronet to a gentleman. Watchlag tho we ngurta ing of vital force In 1mmjks, THOnOUGHENGLISHCOUnSE Playing In the corn I Tho tnoro I thought about it, tho more and they would as cheerfully do without "Sol iiorceivo," woa tho reply, "for llcamic, and xiciout indulAmerican Aneti, $5,212,737 81 Are laiihl, aa well ai gence of our peoiJc, make certain I felt. Suspicion was banished ; their morning meal as their morning ho always keeps a respectable distance Wat hi ear hereafter Lomm paid In 31 yetri your preparation a necessity; In th way of LUae, MUHIO. THE IiANQUAOEB. DRAW- doubt now gavo placo to certainty. Tho mail. But ono must bo fur off in tho from it" in U. 8. MCMd $31,000,000.00 and It applied, w ill save hunThat In hearty pleaanre INO AND l'AINTINO. mystery was cleared up tho scrcnado country, remote from "the maddening dred who retort to taloont " Bk n good littlo girl," said Edith to Can compare Willi tolaf for temporary rccucration. .Sollil, l'roHiit ami llonoralilo. l'ajn was for me, and tho scrcnader was ho crowd," lo realizo tho full luxury of a her younger W lib no Md fore boding sister; "you muatu't nsk lnM nlthoHt CO dajn' i)IcohbI. To reetreda or warn whom I hod seen at churclu I must newspaper. Tho farmer who receives for n secoud pieco of ', cnk. It isn't good Flitting, fairy In Tuition, prlcea rant. from M la M) In th but ono paper a week does not glance for little girls. Besides," alio added, "1 any, wheu I had como to this conclusion, rriculir IVparlmenta. frlmary, 12.1) lnUr.ie.Hlta Uooi Uio Leading American BuslaeM, Brown's Iron Flaying in the corn t 110; I1eparatojy,ft0, and IMIeglate, KO. I liecomo impatient of this serenading, over its columns hurriedly, with nn air want it myself." has been thoroughly tested - I'ollrln wtlllen by nud wished cither to chango it into of impatience, as does your tuerchnnt or smmNADKii. for dyspepsia, indigestion, For full partlculara, aa to Doanl, ic.,aJJrr4 "Do tou seo that .nely iil over something of a more satisfactory char- lawyer. He Iwgins with tho beginning MKN. H. V. THIIKIf P.AKT, I'rlarliinl, JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent there, Tom ? Well, she is called Elaine. biliousness, weakness, debit 6tanf.rd. Lincoln Co., Ky, iTi " liy blriM," said a maiden ladj acter, or for it to cease altogether. Mad and reads to tho close, not permitting a 'ity, overwork, rheumatism, COMrANIKH tJIX OTIIKK 'crf aa uncertain age, "yon need not emoisello and myself, without saying a news item or an advertisement to escape after Tenuyeon's heroine." "Is she. rei- though ? When sho is iu one of her consumption, rrwnle.1 at Iheaain agency, Ititn reaeooald. neuralgia, i bleak so. I dare say tlie young gentle word to tho other girls, resolved to bring his eyo. Then it has to bo thumlicd by Ill- liver complaints, kidney man who haa jttt paaeed tho window matters to a crisis. For this pnrpose every member of tho family, each ono tantrums, I should call her Madelninc." troubles, &a, and it never " You uro now ono," said tho minister baa bo idea ot your existence." wc resolved to secure tho first opportu- looking for things iu which lie or she is fails to render speedy and he passes every day, aunt." nity; nor was it long before ono pre- most interested. Tho grown-u- p daugh- to tho happy pair he had just joined to permanent relief. ter looks for tho marriago notices, and is gether in a knot that they could novel ,U,".,Well, what of that?" returned tho sented itself. & "Ono dork night, when tho usual delighted if tho editor has treated umlo. " Which ono ? " asked tho bride , lady. he looks in at the window," eald serenading was going on, and Miss Silk-sto- them to a lovo story. Tho son who is "You will have to settle tliat for your ,"Bat wnicago happened to bo particularly en- just about to engage in farming, with selves," said tho clergyman. the young lady. 13 BEC0MMEWDED BY rHYSlCIAI.'a' A Westkun boy thought his mother gaged with tho friends of a new pupil an enthusiasm that will carry him far indeed I " said her aunt. TIIK O.M.V UMi:;nUNNIN(l-- lOUitHH ' And he wears a sprig of myrtle in who had como to tea, mo hastily put on in advance of his father, reads all tho was praying overloug tho oilier ureulug, nno IKKSIiTlV, Catarrh of the Nae.il T. catarrn or inn Ear. tya or ,.hrB eoat, aunt, andyoa know that means an old shawl and bonnet apiece ; slipped crop reports and has a keen eyo for hints and ho said, " Oh, mother, there's u uicemiiroi te Throat. It Ink.n INTERN ALLY, und out of tho house forthwith, quite uuper-ceive- d about improved modes ot culture, Tho hawk over the hens." Tho old lady House Painter & Paper Hanger acts DIRIOTLY upon tho Bloou nnd true.'" -- AMI W ll.l I) TKAIN4 Mucous Surface, of tno Sritem. It to' a tioultry g " Ileal ly you amuse mo, child! ; rushed dowu to tho ond ot tho younger members of tho family como in brought her devotions If tho beat Blood Purinor In tho BTANFOUD. KV. WORLD, ana la worth ALL that Is LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGOl more ? " garden, and somehow or other found for tho amusing anecdotes and scraps of standard of measurement ia double-quic- k charged for It, for THAT nlono. time, and sprang to her feet with our way lo tho top of tho wall. Tho fan. All look forward to tho day that ''So, aunt," was tho reply. Hriuiit MoTirK.l'aiwn(era Iron th. OKLY IHTERittL CURE roaTCATASRa "Then, my dear child, you are a bit night, As I havo said, was dark; v. shall bring tho paper with tho liveliest "Auicul Ontwid yeH, Thomas, and K. IL arrlf In Lovlitllle In time Is tat. the. renlng train of lb. -- Moooa MAtticirruci wu of a goose, and ought to know better,' could sco no ono, and tho unknown interest, and if by somo unlucky chance save thitu bins." Itoule" and o ltinujh to And wa offer Ona Hundred Dollar tor any said her aunt Onau of Cntnrrh It will not Curn. am afraid younro vigorously going through his accus- if foils to como it is a bitter disappoint"Htumi u ripe, qslU Mt," nU UIU ; (JrccBranllo. Cranfordiiiillr, " Tl. night U lUrk and all It till, YV1LL.CUUK ANV CAHl I fancied ment Ono can hardly estimate tho too fond of reading idle tales when you tomed musical performance. and t'lilrago nlthoHt chanKr. a Ufua lUarlara. Inn Vllllliy OflVa of A. T. rlnwaBT ft Cb.'l And I im rl for frolic could seo tho graceful outline ot my amount of information which npapcrthat vAViIA.7; vmk might bo better employed. III J Well, woll, I Gome, Hiiunij, quick, we'll raptura conic" Witiuui -- TIMKTAIILK. al4tri.bk aAM lara. AllUMaaalaat. l Us item. F J. dene lliicaoo, IWeila,uno 4, IttM, f O. t Ol., I suppose wo cannot put an old head on admirer as ho swept his fingers oter hi is not only read but studied can carry into The t.jr luejr ciptnrrd lua, mj chum. (itntltmrn. I Utn pleoAure In Informln-- foil JWCS Of BltrMAMTW, BTAIIUNS. beloved instrument, and told to tho cold a family. Thoy have, week by week, t"T- - Iia7ly7 I bain used IU11. Catarrh Cure. It haa sunt j lualonoollo. Wi tliat young shoulders, and yours are Tery siicuisrox, ,t, curnt mi I was Tery tied- - and don't heelut. to l.te. Ijul.llle, Tilplu 3 U.ui oM oUrk aay that It will cure ajiycTuuiof Catarrh U Ukrn Air. (Ireeocaille. : . . ... young yet ;" and alio might hare added dark night and the sod silent star spread before their mental vision a panTumniudaughter j Iu Onloea ; VI au 01 put Youra truly, prvierly. ntmad Mulnaa; lit bad a Ll 1 OS an S M put Crawlordltlll.. pretty ones, covered as they were with all the Jovo and hope and purpose of hi orama of tho busy world, its fluctuations J. a ' lalilelte Six fed enrda lo Ilia com, S Man I It put heart. I listened with an interest tliu and its vast concerns. It is tho poor locks of the softest and richest brown troRTii sio a iiottlj:.Ham ha.1 M Chicago ... 7 M an M nn And uaf to the aova E. Knur, Jark.cn, write. Wa will now apetlal ttttntlon to thrilled my whole frame. Thsro lu man's library, and furnishes as much hair in the world. OI bow conld aha La melt a nulnea? Catarrh for a) yearn. Hall'. Catarrh Curo cured Th. moat direct route, with only on. rbaoreof WUroniln, Hlnneaota, lawa, Pretty girls are bo common that I was, languishing for mo ; dreaming that mental food as ho has timo to cousumo Evebttody has heard of the jolly OIllrVIINO.- - m. UonuderitwmrthfiatOa bottle. ImttK ran, lo ill Ac l.ta Inlurther lutunuatlon, addreaa eta. IITTVdd by all For Ncbraika, C1IE.SEY aoMby CO. Manufactured I was smiling on his love. Tiicro could and digest No ono who has observed Dutchman who, when tho steamboat Wa promlas to gf aatlifattloo, and wbn dralnd Sola lTporlotcn,an.1Druoriit Vat1.ts MtailUY KtLLKld. f.A.. neediiol describo pretty Hose Arnold, as TOIXUO, OUIO. IU- LoulnlUe, Ey for the and her aunt were sitting before the Ecarcely bo any doubt that I was the how much those who are far away from was likely to sink, succeeded, after much will (It 1'aUnl Flour meal.Wbrat. Can taaka Itber bolted or unbollrd For eala In Blanfard by I'eoay A If cAlliter. 110flro iu thai magio hour when tho glare Annio Laurie for whom he would lay tho places where men most congregate finding a HeALIHTKH A NALLKK. trouble, iu largo valuo their weekly paper can fail to enough to fit him. Whilo he was trying of day has passed, and twilight is only him down and dioi I was his Boautiful just coming ; when tenderness touches Star, up in heaven so high," no less cer join in invoking a blessing on tho in- his best to blow it up, a young fellow the ' hardest heart ; whon life scorns tainly. What was I to do? Did no ventor of thia means of intellectual en- 'lauding by said: " You can't fill that A aullaMa reward will l pild fxr Information more ideal, less dark, and cold, and such touching lovo descrvo somo grace- joyment Cedar Jiapldt Jlcpulliean, with wind ; it leaks. Don't you hear it loading lo tba dtUclloa ol If ful recognition? Was ho to realize the Pnrinna jUTIIIlIB (J dull aiss?" "Ish dot so?" ho replied. Ua (ndorwr) and rrcofrrr at our which mournful faUs of which ho sang? Wo "Shall Itellfon rhst happened to Tiieiik is a mythical story to tho effect "Veil, I dinks, den, I pctter keep the aha did not account tor whrn our aftut In FOR TUB MILI.ION. I, bo young, to bo a cruel mnrdorer, that, when Illinois was a French Terri viud in mysolf." Stan lord thrco jmn uro. ftlVBAlf TfrtGttO" . THK GREAT iwjnv.i, uav t CO.. and all through life to have my hearl tory, that Government made a grant ot J. it. itVI.MSll Chlcapi, HI MANUFACTURED HY W. K. OANtf. M. D 'v'Yes, do, aunt." In tho flotsam and jetsam that strew MONTIOIXI.O. XY. Well, I wilL You will boo that there tKvnodtlown with a sense of the fearfu' 100,000 acres of land, within tho bounho strand of ancient scrapbooks tho shock of such a crime ? Yet would it daries of tho Stato, was once a time when your old aunt wa Tboutandaof gram art for the benefit ot tory is told of n victim of aguo when The world Ii filled with th. wonderful, beautiannuallj ro'ubrd ottbalr ful uot bo imprudent to address n genl Io- a Catholic seminary in Quebec, Somo and Tet pn silly as you aro now." Tlctltoi, Urea prolonjrd, comblneilIntricate Intention! .1 wan.world alt tba piiiiiuo wasn't free: talent ant genlui thit the haa cr-bapplnaaiaDd health ra- nian to whom I had novcr been iutr Rose laid her beautiful faco on her known bu nerrr produced anything that can speculntivo gentlemen havo recently reum oiina ureal And It hV Ual, (book Mm aorel aiorcd uj compare with "Dr. liaan'a Kemedlei.'' Medical duced? I was in a frightful state i.l vived tho old claim filed aunt'n lap, and looked up, and hor nunt Htiouk IU boota cS and Ml to saUa; many years kill and aclenni hate, aa yet, tailed to dlicotrr GERMAN agitation ; I could feel my chceki get ago, and a any iningemiai 10 tnem, lor tae cure ot in. Rhuok lila tMtli out and 2iU tiatr off; ' began: bill has been introduced in Which poaltltaljr nJ permanently rurra illjio-tenewhich they ar. rmiiuiaeuded. Ai their . ula ivul all Into UlUni; ting red, and my heart juuqwd right up Congress to compensate (cauaed by iiimn ol any kind.) Acini-ti- ll " Miss Hilkstono kept a select estabIrluea and uva are pratvd by ihouiaudi tbroucb tho grantees by lila ablrt a I Into rlbljona; tad all dlara-e- a that follow a out Ih.l.nitthand breaillh ul th. land, aodai llilA.'iraM, lishment at Brighton for a limited num-l- r to tho top of my throat. What should tho gilt of an equal number of acres at aaqueucaorseir-Abuas,aloaa of energy, kaaol tjlaudard Family Medletoea, they canuot be tialrleaa, lootnkaa, ha rt memory, uolterul laailtuJe, pun In the bark, an I are fully eubetaallitcd by th. of young ladies, from whom tho most I do? Minn. buulH inj mlnua loo talla, somo other point, tho original grant dlnmreaofTUloa, prematura olJ age, aud many tilld II l k hlin j .Look blni till II "'Why, speak to him, of course,' never having been located. For CiAghi, IViIJi, Croup, llronebllll. Coniuup-tlo- n other dlataaea that lead lo ruuiuiupilon and a unexceptionable) references were reWilli wit Changeand with Spee UarhaM MhiUt liiiu ) kiir, sannt aud tony; and all llwaMa .1 tha Throat and Luufi, rratc. orsend for clrruiara with quired. Hliu frequently advertised in said Mademoiselle, who was getting free by mall. Tba 1WMJOICATOH D Htim L li'iu II I ha reai kal till daatn-balaaold at box, orala boxea for i, by all Vho Dr. Ohiiii'm CoukIi NyrHH. ' or ho will bo laid up with SHORTEST-ANAm amusing incident occurred at tho QUICKEST ROUTE tliu Time, and always had a vacancy for very cold, SU.. k h m UU It aliutUed tor lilni drufritu, or will be acnl free by null, aeeuraly raOU LAUUWLUCTOTIIE influenza for a month.' aealed, ou receipt cf price, by aJdrnalng OiT til. mortal coll, abd tncu It, Pcusioa Oftico tho other day. Ono of For Liter Cuinplalnt,I'y'prla, Indl(eillan.Jaun. r niiu or two. Bat you know as well as I jiir.Ni:r, dice, (fautlpallon, Hour Hloinath and all Mllloua IUlitf bid htm oo'd and qulat, " ' Oh, dear,' said I, ' I wish he would Uio ezaminors, in looking over tho pa1 13 Adaui afreet, Toledo, Ohio. tiutl there never was n school for a lira-vj- k tilaeaaea, k a t r'li all iluwn upon Mm; Hoi agent for lb United Htalea. lMyr) pers of an apnlicont for a ponsion, found Wl immber that had not a vacancy for not como playing hero.' Ahd li Kvm laatn Lta gravraWna, Hun Uhiiii'm Mvcr Cure. ' " ' Oh, nonscuso ' said she. ' Speak that it was indorsed by Ituthorford B. laklaff, ahalliiK. iirf. pupil. I tii'f.l.el and For Itbeuiuatlnu, Neuralgia, Npralui, tlrklaea and Hayes, of Fremont, Ohio. As is cus; Monlgomiry. Allauta, hatiauak, x'uit. lit!, uud more. Why, then, was I to him ; it will be capital fun.' a yoTHKit cuMi'usirmx. application for manor Jackientllle, Mobile, and New Uiliani. beaat "No, no; anything but that,' ex tomary when tho character of tho s Tho dlscovoier of celluloid is reorteil 't In Mis Hilkbtono's salubrious ,i Vho Dr. faitiiii'rt I.liilincut. V have vomxiietl a now e,iiiiKiiiliuii for indorsiug tho claim are uuknown, BEST ROUTE TO FL0RJDA 1 I hare tbalullcatandCI'eit line of Kurnlturaof -I Well, tho truth is, Dr. Bolus, claimed I, in on agony of fear. tery deicrlption enr exhibited lu Stanford, u a In Palae. Can Without Uhang. " ' Well, if you won't speak,' said she, tho Postmaster of the town is written to nttou, boot heels and other liko jut uuiiiy phys'ciau, hinted that a little , troll through my atora will prote. My prlcea art Forlllea, Ilemorrkoldi, llutni, FIMula and all ilullir dlacaeea, alowaaiiiullargooditanba Iwught In llieclllea, send him a tokon.' for information. Tho oiamincr evidently A foreign eoutuuiH)rury gives SHORT LIHE TO THE EAST l.iil.b'u of air and an occasional bath in fact alao capable ocular I'roae Loulitlll. la l'atac. Can without change, " 'A token I' Ah, that was a capital did not know who Rutherford B. Hayes tho following as the iuurcdiuuts and keep on hand a lullolline of demonttrallou. I alto Vho ' wn would not bo amiss. Oliilnu-iit- . f.Hiin'H Tlio sys-- 'i idea I There could bo no harm in that was, as ho wrote to tho Postmaster at process of mauufacturo : Leather cutFMIRRANTQ Sc,,,? hom" on " hi n ipiMes bracing, ma'um,' said ho to For Freah CuU, Iliirni, Ulcen and Old Korea, I O line ol thia road will ! ' Wo ore getting,' added the Ho was just beneath me. gathered Ji Fremont, Ohio, making tho usual in tings are soaked iu hot water to remove receive apcclal low ratea. i.. iiiiini, Ilitlcr-NwcUno Ohiiii'm He. Aie.tl ol tlila Company rr lalra, routaa tew leaves and let them fall." quiries. Greatness disappears with un- tho oil, nud then driod und ground to And am ready toaerre lunerala proiuolly with a i ir, lut old man, ai ho contemplated Ac., or wide c. P. ATKOHt', 0. P. U . A. OllltUICIIt. "Hush I" said Mademoiwllo. usual rapidity. t " powder. Kiotviug tlgiire, 'n little palo and Tho lowder is afterward sub. i nice, new llearte. Loulitlll.. Ky. jetted to high preaiuro in suitable, Orders by Telegraph Promptly At- - UHoDctiHint'etNtoHiHch Itltlcra 'in; u':r f.xA. ! ii'i' quito so red as "Tho accordion went on as usual. A Kellabl.Tonlo. Apcllrr and Blood I'urlBer, they might be.' Girl as I was, I hod Tho loaves evidently had produced no tenoea to. John QruiiiiEn, who achieved great- molds, at a temperature of 210 deg. to anu aiao cure, uyiwpiia, inuigmion, Liter read Lord Byron's 'Corsair,' and his effect. Be ComplainL Malarial retrra and all This produce! surface erlodlcal ness about a year ago by means of his 250 deg. Fuh. B. blaeaara. Manufactured aud for ial. by " Try again,' said she. lines in ' Ohildo Harold ' biddiutr tho extraordinary capacity for sleeping, nud hardening, leaving the interior of the deep and dark-blu- o I did so. Wo listened no acknowl- thereby becamo such a natural curiosity cuntlua, in nu elastic stato. If tho XiT. 3D., Hy the peculiarly Worded idTerlletiuentiof rltal "W. IC. ooemi roll on, and routea, which ar. liibl. to deceit, lb. public. had by heart Barry Cornwall's songs; edgment. Tho accordion went on vig- that it was a moment of regret to Sole proprietor. Monllrello, Ky. OtrAll orden The hhurleit and lulckeat llout. fruna Ctncla-na- tl all ex- pow.lei Is mixed with any othor ingreby null will rttelro pioiupt attention, Wait Ii th orously as over. and I loved, aa girb of 17 do love, CARTER'S cept himself and his attendants whon ho dient, a temperature of 290 deg. to 310 "'Lot us go,' said I, not a littlo finally woko after a nap of seventeen dog. Fuh. should bo employed, s) as to llTTLE frightened. MISSISSIPPI W. TLeaeal thateal the open eeal weeks, is now earning an honost living secure partial fusion of tho leather. RY. TL tnr frwb, 1st otr froal 'No, no,' said ho, try again.' as a ,'employo in tho Alton-tow- n AX ITf.it fail UHAVK'UlWWttltX. and made no objection to tho arrange, did so. Tho musio stopped, tho : 10 Houra rolling mill. He has regained r An eitcnsivo meat which for awhile transplanted inq screnader changed his ikmUIoii, but iu a health, is as straight and strong his says: It is as a ! moment recommenced fairly proved that paper bags made of from the paternal roof. It was not his amorons telegraph polo, corns good wages, and is good llouri ahead of all other llnea. manila pnpor, to cover tho clusters then, that I joumeyed to tliu strain. I grow quite frightened. cordially liked by his fellows. His Washington, of grapes whilo. ripening, afford an ex" ' Oh I do let us go,' I whispered. JK Pally Tulni, with nocbangcof car for any ceue of my futuro residence. I was not memory is still somewhat TC clan ol pauenger. " No, no,' said Mademoiselle ; try is gradually improving. dofoctiro, but cellent protection against mildew, birds ami I knew that I had a The only Uo. running Dally Train to Loulatllle, with Fro Parlor Hick, Jlradacho and rtllcra all tho trouble! Inci and insects. Personal observation aud lore of a bonnet which would set all thq once more.' dent to a bllloua alat. of the iriUiii, auch aa Ills-- PULLMAN NEW SLEEPINO OARS Dally Train to Ktaunllle, 4 hour la girls wild. I had not lived at Claphanj "Again fell tho loaves, agnin wo list- aiur eating. At a io!ent performance of "The experience havo demonstrated their use- Kineaa.ixauMa,urowaui-a- Whllauimn-a- moat rooark-of all other routaa. with ona leaa rhiiu. 1'aln In tho Bide, &c. their of care. for sothkig, you may be sure. cued, again tho accordlou(ceasod. Thore Pirates of Fenzance" in Washington, fulness against human marauders or alia BUCC4.M ha Uu ikown lu curing Dally Train lo Ulro, 1 hour quicker than - " Arrived at school, any other Hue, and uo Chang, of tare. I did as tho rost. was a pauso, then a cough, then another den. Sherman sat in a box, and, as Maj. fruit thieves, provided green bags of tho Triloi to New Orlean. Ho change ol On Sunday wo went to churclu Now thq cough, as it tho sereuador was impatieut, Qen. Htanloy camo Cincinnati, uion the etago to same tint as tho foliago ot tho grupo ore church service is rather long ; and, how- and exiiected to be addressed. sing tho " Modern Mojor Goaeral," he used. Wo LeHluVlllC,ClHclHllHtlHHtllX 12 Hours iSJSS' """ Cb,fH0 Kouto,,, Bradaabcyrt Caritr'i Littlo Urcr nilaare njually ever ptau and proper ono tnav bo dis- atraincd our oyos, and just saw tho dim saluted old Tecumseh. valuabl In CoiutlpuUon, curing and preruitlng lUKlau, Hy., Tho audienca Trams k a gentleman living ia this thlaannoyUiifCoaipUtnt, whilo they alao correct Lru Ttmou u. Kansas Hitu Two "sura In. change .rear posed to lie, ono cannot be always lookoutline of a figure. noted it aud cheered, but as soon as the city whoso parents' given names are the II dlaordtr of tba (touach, atlmulata tha llrer .? ,!1 nn,uH than by other ltuoa, udrKulaltuU)Wtla. Xrca If tU-- on! curvd I nouo ing at the minister or at ono's prayer- " Como of that 'ere I' was his confusion hod subsided don. Hhormaa same spoiling, backward aa forward. . a M. ia th.ouly II oe with Th J Dally book. In one of my occasional peeps at exclamation. was heard to remark ; " No Major GenTrilu from Clutluuatl lu Ht, Loula, making direct Noticing this, the parents decided to ConnecllDg In aaut depot with fait traloi lor oonueclluni lu the Uulou Deot (at ht. Loulilnllh ttte eoBgrcgstioa I fouift tho oyes of a " I could scarce belie vo my cars. My eral over delivered a salato liko that, endow their children with similar names, Mluourl I'acllle ltallway, Ml. Louli, Iron Noun, tain A Southern luilway, Chicago & Alton Kail, young mum intently Mxod ou me. It was refined lover indulging in such vulgar young man; como to my headquarters ia and as thoro were ton of tho latter some Ache they wonld be tlmoatprlcclfM tothoa.who roadj Chlrigo, UurllntUiu A Clulucy itallroadj K. uSir 1 run tUU dlatriiaaluc complaint (but okuk A hi Louli Uallroad; Walaih, NL Louli A evident to we and all the rest of tho girb and commonplace language I I scarce tho morning and I'll show you how to do research and ingenuity wore necessary their Boounaaa doea not tud here, and tboa Patina Itallroadj Mlawurl. Kauaaa A Tliu Kail tillla tfcat Us gazo was directed to no kuow whether to laugh or cry. r, A rian Frauiliie Kallway, it." The actor took him at his word, to get enough to go round. The given who fineao try thata will and the, little be willing The Direct Route toLynchbarf , Dan' way) Ut lu many waya that they vrlll not I did neither, but said, as calmly and whon Qen. Sherman arrived at attar tluut asyaelf. Tho next Sunday ville, Norfolk, the names ol Uie family aro aa follows : tu lit without l&uu. tut after all tick bc4 InprMi Thii Upon Year Memory. I War Department tbe saiM phenomenon was witnessed; as my excited feelings would allow mo : the next day he found Asa, Aciaa, Anua, AUa, Alila, Axa, Em-m. JT. tt I. Tt.a k m nn. 11. . - -. L wnitu you Mm next, k von tho amo. I was pleasod, t Clntlnnatl Wlmtdul vnusayr him, awaiting his lessen All Virginia aad North Carolina can get through ran Iruui.inj nu. vi taw. Louli military Hannah, Hawaii, Iri, Nuatun and wllhuut paying ulra tar In addition to luouit " 'Why, nouo o' that 'ere, to bo sure ttiqaette. yet annoyed. MUk Silkstono gavo me I'oiata. Zette,JlochcUr Herald, pall for ticket. ! thafeaoo of M many llrra that hero la where we ( liV For tlikela aud luttber many a private lecture in Iter own aiwrt- - Pitching lots u' dirt on to a poor fellow. can en uka oar creat LoaeU Our (UU citnj H while your uej-r-l tkkelvtlUe, or lufonaatlon, apply It Ticket Ijtbnla ' eilu em ut Hue. Stbust Talk. "How much bettor jou addreaa Agiul vl ronuecllug luioiuiaiiou, Whiredonot, What do you mean V ttaaajAkalRg a Tits went. MadeMofattWe.'M wo wore taught proper-tli rieaa can at ia look,Mra.8.l" "Yen, I have galssd 32 Carter's Utile Llvrr TWl ar. very imall aM in walnut at M .IANIM . KKMNT, to take. OnoortwotuHiuakaaitoaa "There was gome terrible mistako. pouB.U on Hall'. Catarrh Cure. Ifave net of Iron.coablMd irW olbH Ionics very toaaN ow French governess, was do-Clnclniiiitl ( rtUil oVa,f,,:tVt.1"Ul lieul. rYeileru Aiteut, not u a most perfect nsrvia, are foHfid in Thry ar. atrkily Ti:nblo and doJrae gripe or all wh purge, tiutbythilr yriitl. action atUW MuImM., Uul.tllle. Ky. W- W I'BApODV, UpMed; tho girls all laughed; and, to aly fraud como to my rescue. Sum It an Wll la 20 Telra. It liu uula a Csrtfr's Iron W. B. HHATTUC ' 1'Jll., which strfnglken lbs uMlhaia, luilalaatHcrnUl flmfurtl. Bold MMke iw.nrnee doubly sure, I bud been wo.iing up her digulty aud iieerlug over coupMs cure V, W.NM1TH, W Alt If. W, a'dLLKK, tad it worth $50 a Lolll o wrve, sad tody, wd IwwoTe ibVllocd CluclunjU, Mioajtar, Ueu'l i'aai'r Aa't. I .. Uao't . i l. 11 MM.nwll.a. I. ...I f.M....t 1.& ua UJO ....ll.l. 1 ueeu tin. """ ulwt anl.l anA..l. I i IBU COtOBttXIOS. " tmnnmtKu iuii mig aIII.A iuuius Jlq t C1K1KK MEDICINE CO., New Yw. ai mi luceaiairtli '"" vll "'" 4. D, HILL, FaiMiifar Afcnt, ItlxaoB.Ky, :haond, VtrgtaU. wiwr M ipi Loifur, tL . mail, who are youf " ' Me, nmrm t Why, Joe, the butcher's boy, to lie sure T "Oh, indeed I' said Mademoiselle. And what do yon hero?' " 'You see,' ho replied, hnln't g.it mi plaeo nt home to prncUcn in ; so I cmiio every night here, Vsuso tho wall-- i keep tho nind off; and now it's timo for me to Ihj off.' 'And away ho went oft whistling, leaving mo disenchanted of my love. I may only add that I endured an mid tli'iinl pang when, n short tim nfi i hi' I, I fuimd that tho eyes that n i Hi il ut mo nt church squinted, then I havo not lieen quite so hasty in jumping at conclusions. "And now, Rose, dear, wo had bettot get to work ; ring for Ellon to bring iu lighls, and now drow tho curtaJus." Iloso got up to do so. As alio approached tho window, tho individual nith tho myrtlo passed. Roso thought nothing of it, and it was well sho did not. as later iu life she know him well as n married man and n friend of her hus band and her own. ' lottiig PT.KASAXTltlKS. Oub for felons arrest them. Woman's proviaco tho Ilo uf PiciMoxft of extended i palntors. viows-panurw- Mi 'I Mo TuvroTALKn's motto don't lot ym. Whiskey! spirits go down. A iii.ack eye is now tashiouahly teri-- e Laln. MIRCTrrRT. WMOHT S IHLXAN VEiETAtLEPlLLS .. l. h .. . roa TWH Taetor. Bertlrea eTeryflunday mornls nr".TvT-raer Meeiirw errry in iiini. Tkuraday nliht. Hunday Hchool a- - f.eJ t, u. Hot. H. C. Worrlwin, euperlnlon.leni. rArTloT-Rv.- J. M. liters, Taetor. rVrtlcee JL on riecomt and I'outth Rundayt, mernlnf and Antl nil nfht. Prayer Meetlor arery Welnea.tay after- - Bate to takr. belnir fmrrly vrcetaM. i no rlp-- Jn U UnnrirWi. .JjImilVctJ. onu7 nmn at w n a, m, n. k. narrow Superintendent. HKlrtTIAN.-Wcn- hlp -by tha ron(rratlAn llotirbBH OoHHly a my. 1'r.aeninKny jir. j. w, uo v ery onKerond and fourth l0nl'i dara. Sunday Be hoot at Meterance, riuperlntendent. RlHVTKItlAN, bdllTII- .- KetT I. H. McM-r- yi pailnr Humlay Hrhonl al.0. John W. ill, Hupeilnirndrnt, Onion I'rifar Mtlnfoo The 4lh Aniiiut Talr cif the Itoiiilmn IVinnly Wedneaday nl(hli. Aurlrullural Noelely will tx held at t'arli, Ky., CHURCH vmritmitu. aiti-- 1m Bilious Complaint IV EK """. J. Agriciillurnl Society OPERA HOUSE, -riren-rr- lx-illn- Jt, a, R L Stanford Female BrinM-eye- 4 LDNDDN AV-i'i- g & GLOBE IiiNiiranc Conipaii' TERMS MODERATE. Bitters air Jer -- FIRST-CI.A.'- HALL'S Cnvlty-Chronlo -- ''Bat "MOlVOlVj, KOUTJS." Louisville, NewAlbany railway. ' i'Ah, J. L'ullnmn Talucu Cars! Any-IhJn- ;0-?- "I imli al 5-T- ttris tub Irjjetla juiu. lr-- I . . TO THE PUBLIC rCDHTOJt -t 1 ir Hk-h- ., tr Ill form at ion Wanted. Afflicted, Attention nlli (. TS. lc, Dll. GANN'SltEMEDIES! t" Through Trunk Line ROBBED a er INVI60RAT0R! v, . re U d flr j'. t" v.j. 1 d jcr-son- FurnlturE. lr. SOUTH & WEST puuiiii(1cnSsss,!8ayr. NwclllDgi-iiieiter- pur-inisc- s. 1 Ir. I'llc I Undertaker' OootlN lr. et , 172-3- K. WEAKEN. Don't Led Astray! M-- tl "I wido-awak- o fl IVER i PIUS, grapo-ruiiie- TH , CHESPnU 01 Kouto k I Kentucky's CURE East Gincliiiuili to St. Louis Pliiladelphla.Y. Q SICK A SOLID TRAIN 2 2Plly WASHINGTON CITY. 2 HEAD ACHE furtu-nata- a4et 3Je7r "5rroya3.w How-eve- vain-ab- "' e, k ..., I II- 1 """ n cy i. a 1. l'sr