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A young fellow from the country, whoso manhood is a wreck and whose nil finances aro moro dilapidated, from dissipation, had won the affections of a pretty country maiden and insisted on meeting her against her slcrn father's will. A few nights ago thoy met nnd wore arranging an elopement. Tho spot thoy had selected for their tryst was near an old and tho hour family biirying-grounwas near midnight. Thoy had made no definito plan, owing to tho girl's divcrsencts, aud tho fellow was suing earnestly when a groan was heard in among tho graves and a whito form rofo up nnd advanced toward tho Neither of them could speak couple. or move. Tbo figuro moved slowly forward, tho ojcj seemingly blazing aud tho bones clanking as it stepped. When within n few feet of tho lovers it spoko in a icarccly atticuiato tone, telling tho youth to "Begone!" as his object was to destroy tho girl's happiness nfter getting her money. Tho young fellow slid on his knees, promHo ising to leavo if he was allowed. was granted ten seconds to get out of sight, flhen tho girl keeled over in a faint and tho young man Marled On a run for homo. Then tho old man threw down a sheet on which sonio phoiphorus had been rubbed and some bones ho had picked up, and took his girl into tho home. Tho young fcltow left tho country, and tho girl is quito as gentle as a dovo. Tho old man is hnppy nnd gives his daughter all tho presents and attention ho can, but has never told hit part in the transaction, and she has never spoken her lover's name nor said a word of tho terror that Ameridrovo him from her side. can Recorder. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11,1883. Hint Husbands, Burlington Society tiote. Brain Work and Food, 180. W. P. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor ihtblUhra THeitlnyi atul Friday; - H3.no 1M3II ANNUM. fleaa don't Mni atarnpi In fajnuiit of icrlptlon, ncept to mate change, anI l1"" Bomlnillont notoTer tbricnte. SeMwj i IVA auo- ' frr. Will any ono who has over sparked over forget those delicious liounT Will liti heart ever grow to cold and hnrd that it will not melt n little, as ho how onco ho hold a littlo whit hand, torod with her curl, nnd h'sard her whisper: "Stay a littlo longer; it lacks a wholo hour of dor light' She was expecting him Sunday night; tho parlor curtaios wcro down the old folki notified that it was healthy to go to lied at eight o'clock, and Johnny bribed with a cent to permit himiell to Ira tucked away at sundown. He sneaked up tho path, one ere ou tho "old man," who did not liko him any too well, gavo a faint knock at tho door, and it was nicucd and he was escorted to the parlor. He said ho couldn't stay hut n minute, though ho didn't mean logo homo until thrco o'clock. She wanted to know how his mother wai; if his father had returned to New York; il his brother Dill's boil was any belter, and he went over and sat on tho sofa, s? ab not to strain his voice. Tbcn tho conversation flagged, and d ho played with his hat, and alio with tho sofa tidy. Ho finally said that it was a beautiful oveuing, and alio replied that ho grandfather predicted a snow storm. Ho said ho guessed it would not snow, as tho moon wasn't crooked enough to hang a powder horn on it, and she said sho didn't beliovo it would cither. This mutual understanding scorned to givo each other courage, and he wanted to know if sho had seen Bill Jones lately. Sho hadn't, the said, and didn't want to. Then went to talking about the donation visit to bo given Kldcr Iter-ry- , he carelessly dropped his head . on hers his richt hand, whilo his left arm sneaked along tho sola to get behind-, her shoulders. She pretended not to Bntice it, and ho looked down at his boots and wanted to know if sho thought mutton tallow rotted out boots faster than lard or lamp black. Sho couldn't say, but she had an idea that it did. He had just commenced to lock fingers with her when sho discovered that She aroso something ailed aud turnod tho lamp down a half, making tho room look dim. It took him five minutes to get hold of her hand again, and alio pretended to draw her hand away all tho time. Alter a long pause, ho lowered his voice to a whisper, and said he didn't see what made folks love each other. She hugged up to him and admitted her .ignorance. He said ho could uamo a dozen young men who wero going to got married right away, and his left arm fell upoii her and gavo her a hug. Then ho wcut over to look out tho window to niako sure that it was, or was not, going to snow, and coming back ho turned the light down a littlo more, and then sat down and wanted to know if sho didn't want to rest her head on his shoulder. Ah mel wo have been there, and who carta a cent when tho clock strikes twelve one two, and we five miles from home? Tho old man gouo to sleep, tho watch dog gone a visiting, and the handsomest girl in tho country didn't see why wo need be in a iiih-blethe-lam- J 1 Mrs. Dyer, of Cleveland, 0., nged GO years, has had nino husbands in thirty-fivyears, being an avcrago of ono in less than every four years. Her first two wcro canal boatmen and wcro speedily drowned whilo on duty; her third was a cooper, who made barrels only two months nfter tho wed- ding day and departed; the fourth, however, got a better grip and lasted nino years, being quickly followed by tho fifth, nnd then tho sixth, who shook with tho aguo four years and then dropped ofT; tho eovonth was tho brother of tho second husband; tho eighth another canal man who shortly after slipped into n watery grave, leaving her his canal boat, which sho sold and with tho proceeds had tho portraits of all her husbands painted at ono fell swoop by ono artist. Her latest, Dyer, is not so popular as her previous husbands, "but", said she, "I was gcttin' too old to Ira particular, nnd I look him." "Ho doesn't appear to bo in good health," ventured to say tho reporter of tho Cleveland Herald, who called on her as a natural curiosity. "No, Qeorgo ain't overly stout, and I reckon his picler'll soon go along with tho rest of 'cm' replied Mrs. Dyer. o Honora Daubigno has just completed a portrait of her father in oil. It would have looked more liko the old gentleman, and would havo smclled infinitely moro like him, hrfd she worked tbo portrait in whisky. Still, bs a work of art, It is a very valuablo painting. Thirteen dollars worth of tubo colors wero used in its construction, and the framo alono cost $15. Tho hair wart on Mr. Daubigno's cheek is omitted in the portrait, and tho right car, which was bit off in a fight down at the red bridge ten years ago, lias been restor ed by tho magical touch of tho accomplished artist. Tho noso of tho subject, also, has been toned down, being treated in palo lakes, instead of Vermillion. To get nt tho true soul fulness, tho tout ensemble, tho immortal intellectual chiarooscuro of Daubigno's noso, it would havo to be treated hi tho lako of brimstono, if thero is such a color. As a work of art, howovcr, tho portrait is one of which our city may well bo proud. It can Ira recognized by a glanco at tho namo of tho subject, which was neatly lettered on tho framo by Steplad-dcr- , the sign paiuter. Hawkey e. Miss Canned Whale. Tho notion that thoso who work on ly with their brain need less food than thoso who labor with their hands has long been proved to be fallacious. Menial labor causes greater wasto of TS. tissuo than muscular. According to careful estimates thrco hours of hard Houso Block, study wears out tho body moro than T KAZAKHS ITi wholo day of hard physical exera tion. "Without phosphorus no Driigfl, WIhch, Mimical Wall Paper. iHHfrHMeHtff, Llquora, IIonkH. ClivHilcaiH, thought," is n German saying, nnd the C'Ikhi-- . NiHtloncry, 1'alntH, Pecket consumption of that essential ingrediCtittlcry. 'I'eliHCce, Noaps. Olln, ArmH, 1'crriiHicry, I.nmiiH, Machine brain increases in proporent of the IVccdlM. tion to tho nmountof labor which this Onr Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department In 1b Charge of Cel. organ is required to perform. Tho Tlios. Mellaril, who will Ilcnalr atclics and Clocks Promptly and in the best wear and tear of tho brain aro easily style. measured by careful examination of the salts in the liquid excretions. Tho importance of tho brain ns a working organ is shown by tho amount of blood it receives, which is proportionately greater than that of any other part of tho body. One fifth of tho blood goes to tho brain, though its av erago weight is only ono fortieth of that of tho body. This fact alono rzM-Mmwould bo sufficient to prove that brain workers require moro food and oven II jWfBHhijy yrJr tix.W A --J better food than mechanics and farm Boston Journal of Chemlaborers. istry. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opera Stanford, Ky., ALFRED WHITE. CINCINNATI, O. y in; piri v?LfHfr KWBFihsrsl aflHT . m SA TMSrfiJ ft iMiiHHtitJ -- Col. Sam M. Burdett. The Rase for Silk Stockings. ? M i0 hurry. Thank Qod the Blackburn "dynasty" Is at an end. Wo have felt called upon frequently to speak out, as a journalist, in tones of disapprobation of his course. We havo nsver charged corruption upou him, though others have. We have attributed bis actions to incompetency rather than corrup tion. Now that ho is no longer an official, tho Soutli Kcnluckian is dono with Luko Blackburn. We congratulate Kentucky upon the closo of an administration begun in imbecility and ended in infamy. Detested, loathed, abhorred and despised, Dr. Blackburn will return to the shades of private life asd sink into tho oblivion of disgrace. Farewell, old man. "Disrobed, uncrowned and scourged, thus again do wo devote thee to the inferSouth Kentucklan. nal wods." HrREKT Talk. "How much better jou look, Mm, 8.1" "Yw, I litrs RstneJ 32 I poumlt ou Hill's Catarrh Cure. Hare not felt o wH lo 20 years. It has .roads a ewufUte cure anil U worth 950 a bottlo lo that has Ike catarrh." jm A Saratoga letter lays: Tho fashionable stockings hero are black silk. Somo girls wear brown and dark blue, but the really stylish damsels wear them as black as night. And it can not but bo admitted that a prettily turned ankle seems lo win a dainty gracefulness of molding from this dork yet delicato covering. In tho matter of stockings it is to bo remark ed that it is tho very youthful and the most blooming of the gentler sex who wear tho .somber, tintr, and it is the same who the older specimens wear Louieo Quioao heels who in case their moro ancient limbs in gaudy ' tints and still tolerate tho elabor ate clocking that was so generally favored somo years ago. Fortunately for human happiness, however, tho number of paste young leilies and incipient old maids is small, and, therefore, tho display of stocking! is not a dazzling ono. In fact a stranger would probably declaro after a mile's walk along tho piazzu that tho wholo town was in mourning. And it would take another mile's walk through the shops to rid him of tho idea. Human life is full of its straugo ups and downs, but if we could only per tuado ourselves to remember the ups and forget tho downs wo should bo tho happier for it. Wo are seldom as miserable us wo think wo arc. When a singlo hornet stings us we need not swear that wo ran against a hornets' neat and that tho whole swarm came out aud stung us until our bodies swelled to tho eizo of Jumbo. Learn a lesson from tho Irishman: Two brothers were rolling a huge log down a hill. Ono cud rolled faster than tho other, and Pat put his arms rouud it to stop it. Tbo log rolled on, how. ever, and ono minute Pat was under tho log groaning; tho next minute ho was ou top of tho log roaring for help. His brother, with a trud Irishman's wit, took in the situation at a glance, and cried out: "Hold on tight, Pat, Tor you are on top half of tho time anyway." "Bheau and Cheese and Kisheb. "But what do you suppose we are going to livo on?" inquired a young lady of her slightly impecunious lover after the first shock of his proposal had somewhat worn off. "Live on!" said the enthusiastic and visionary youth. "Why, dar ling, wo will live on bread and cheese aud kisses." "Yes; well, it may bo alio right enough, but it's my opinion that bread and cheese, with thin slices of kisses between 'em aro mighty light sandwiches for a steady diet. You'll have to talk roast beef and strawberry shortcake to mo." "What are you going to do wheu you grow up if you don't kuow how to cipher?1 asked the teacher of a slow boy. "I'm going to bo a school tea chcr aud tuaku tbe boys do the was tho reply. An enterprising Norwegian is said A man at Long Branch recently to havo proved to somo competent entered a restaurant and said: "Havo judges of edibles that portions of the you any clam chowder?" "Wo have," flesh ot whalo are good to cat. Somo replied the waiter. "Bring me a parls have the flavor of beef, while plate." A plateful was placed beforo others suggest chicken, and the most him and ho Bet to work with great delightful fact of all this is that the gusto. After ho had taken about a meat can be sold iu cans at about half dozen spoonfuls he drew a pair of op- the price of Australian beef. As the era glasses from bis pocket nnd looked whale is not a full, but a animal and a very large one, too, intently nt tho chowder for some time. Then ho jumped into tho air thero may ccem great promise in this and Btoutcd, "Eureka 1" "What's discovery, and it is not impossible that that?" asked tho proprietor. "I'vo Yankeo whalers may Boon supply grogot it," yelled tho diner. "Got cers' shelves with canned whale. It is what?" asked tho restauateur. "A a curious fact, however, that Bailors clam I" "Great Scott 1" yelled tho who havo eaten whalo after being proprietor, "he's got tho clam 1" And away from port long enough to take beforo tho diner couid say a word tho keen delight in any fresh meat that is proprietor picked up tho clam iu n not absolutely detestable havo never pairofgoid pincers and boro it tri- been known to speak enthusiastically umphantly to tbo kitchen, threw it about whale. Canned whalo is not back into a hugo boiler of chowder, likely to take the conceit out of the and said, "Who dealt tho chowder to Texas steer. that dark haired man over there ?" Jim Sniverly had been absent from "I did," said tbe assistant cook. "Tbcnl Walla Walla several years. He reyou are discharged for dealing out the turned not long since, and one of the clam that wo use for flavoring, lur first men ho met was Bill Tinkerson. pofes." Puck. They had just taken a social drink, Mr. when Bill remarked: "Do you re Vn:a isiVfl Natural Biudoe.Charles Dudley Warner, writing to member Sallio Jane Benderly?" "That great big, gawky, red headed girl with the Hartford Couraut about the Natural Bridgo of Virginia, says: "Ex freckles as big as a dime all over her nose?" "Yes, that's the cal." "Of actly overhead, on tho highest spring courso I remember her. Nobody of the arch, is the figure of a gigantic could ever forgot her. It is imposiblo spread eagle. ftu,tho caglo of our coat of arms. Tho head, the spread to duplicate a face liko that. She had wiugs, the claws with the arrows, are a mouth liko a catfish. What of her?" perfect. It seems lo bo formed by "Oh, nothing, except that sho is my wife, that's nil." "Is that so? ' ex discoloration oi mo rccK rather limn claimed Bill, a littlo confused; "then by lichen. However it ii mado and it could not bo moro striking if it were let me congratulate you while wo painted it is aucient. Tho French dtink to the health of Sally Jane. engineers who mado n survey and She may not be handsomo, but sho'U measurement of tho bridge during the make you a good wife. Here's to her revolutionary war, noticed it with health." Why Thty Discharged the Cook. warm-bloode- d Sam M. Burdett, of Garrard coun-ty- , is being urged to niako tho race for Congress iu tho Eighth District next year. This is Phil. Thompson's dis trict, and it is not probable that Thompson will ofTer again. Mr. Burdett is a young lawyer of high rank at the bar, a man of fino character and unusual attainments. Wo do not know of any man in tho district who would make n better Congressman, or whoso election would give more satisfaction. Tho standard of the Ken tucky delegation in Congress would be kept up in such an event, and an able man advanced na ho deserves. Lou isvillo Commercial. yis Iff I 3iQiWRHE t Hhi IIEiht i4 ilB'cliQft3yiBlBfe. HBBVJIVfHksH i.ifc.if-!L.-i QffifrlaBBMi3H5iPswaBwl!ss IbmBBIB 300 Finished Monuments in Scotch ami American Granite and Italian and NatiYe I have in stock over A black and tan dog, belonging to the daughter of rich Chicago parentB, was accidentally killed in New York last week, The body was placed in a satin-linewalnut coffin and sent to Chicago for burial. "For heaven's sake say nothing about it," said the undertaker who had tbo job in hand to a reporter, "or we shall bo swamped with tiiat sort of business. It is growing all tho time. No such thing as a dog funeral was heard of a few years ago, but we now havo about two dozeu of them a year." d Mnrblc, which I am selling at reduced prices in order to make room for new stock. Designs aro new and prices from $5 to $10,000. H. Stanford, G. - RUPLEY, Kentucky, MJBItCHAItfT XAILOB, A Chicago wholesale house sent out three female drummers by way of experiment. Ono of thorn wore all her samples to a picnic, and got lemon ade, dye and grass stains all over them; another got mashed on a brake- man aud toiiowed mm cli, and the third reported three new dresses, n, lawn tenuis suit, a garden hat, and n Langtry bang in her expesne account. The houso is well satisfied with the result of the experiment. from PoBfflp&VilHitar 1PHARMAC1STS -- DXALIU - rhjijcUm' pnKilpUom I Drugs, Books, StatioBery and Fanoy Articles. AIM accurately compound! I jkwjelkhmi The Scientific Imenean mentions woudcr, ami iu their printed report they drow from it a happy augury of tho decline in the price of copper as tho succct s of tho Americans in the likely to lead to tho increased uso of struggle. What makes tho figure itself moro remarkable is that a discol ored patch under it is a very fair rep resentation of u crouching liou." John Roach the ship builder, was a witness before the Senate Labor Inquiry (Committee. Ho began as an employe at twelve shillings a week. Now ho gives employment to three thousand men. He says workingmen get better wages and work fewer hours than when he was at the bench. Ho favors legislation iu tho iuterest of workingmen, but thinks it much moro important that they bo educated. Ho is not opposed to trades unions, but ho will allow no combination of men to run bis shops. He sayt ships can be built in this country cheaper than in England. The trouble lies in tbo burdens imposed on a ship alter it is constructed. Tbs lightning docs strike tho samo place twico tomotimes. In June 20, 1703, lightniug struck a church at Autrarrae, fused tho gilding of somo niches, scorched the cruets in a cup board, pierced two holes iu a marble closet aud passed through a wall of saudstoue. Tho damages wcro repaired the holes filled up. On June 20, 1864, tho lightning struck the same church iu precisely the tamo manner, eyowitnedaes in both cases especially recording the sulphurous odors. Lay in the winter's supply of coal now. After a while tho driver, who is weighed with the load, will wear more and thicker clothing, and then you'll get moro man and less fuel to the ton. Suuday Argus. that metal in building. At present the material for a copper root costs at tho outset only about twice as much as tin, nnd as the latter must be ro paired and painted about ouco in three years, and iu fifteen or twenty years mu9tbo renewed altogether, the copper, which nover needs painting, and is practically indestructible, is much tbe cheaper material in tho end. Nothing that should now bo dono with paper should cause much fetir prise. Pails, tubs, tableware, floor matting, car wheels, railroad ties, bouses and observatory domes aro no longer novelties, and now a cteamboat made almost entirely of paper is about to be launched on tho Ohio Iliver. It Is twenty feet long and can carry several tons. Tho sheathing is a solid paper, three fifths of an inch thick. A thief played it very cleverly on a drug clerk of a small New York town. He entered the store and asked for the proprietor. Being informed that that females. worthy had gono to supper, the .visitPILES I PIUS I PILES! or said he was the agent for a wholeIll-- , iteming' Aew Vltcoreru for sale drug houso, and asked the clerk adlca chaofe froui the old rutJln sruell and tasto the content? of a J'fraU lrt ue. Tbe IIkow li tho reeult or to heretofore bottle he held forth. Complying, the jfaricfltlvut icUnllScituJ; aud Intcitlgatlun o lufut 11hm. Iota too character vfthl clerk lost consciousness, improving jou ol II great tuerlt, call oo Ytuuj A M. Weber, Ml. Vtruon, W which disregard of duty tho "agent" and gel i mui'I box free ol charge went through the money drawer. , Tucou-tIuc- Gold rings are made out of bars nino to fifteen inches long. A bar fifteen inches long, two inches wido aud thrco sixteenths of an inch in thickness is worth $1,000. Each ring goes through a dozeu or so processes and in twenty minutes is a marketable ring. Geu. Sherman kisaea every girl to whom ho is introduced. Now, if Mrs. Sherman should adopt the same sys torn with her young gentleman acquaintances, how tho old war horse would kick. It is often a very poor Burlingrulo that works both ways. ton Hawkeye. An applo tree iu Mercer county is now believed to he ninety years old, and has not failed to bear fruit every season for GO years. Five feet from the ground it measures around tho trunk teu feet nine inches, and is believed to bs the largest apple tree iu the world. This way, ladies, let us give you a "pointer" for your next argument: Of 01,007 iusano people in tho United States 44.408 are males and 47,080 are females, while of 76,805 idiots, 40,300 are males and only 31,586 uro Tride Mark. BMaEegWerei Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware ETrr brought to Ihb market. Price Lower tba Loweit. WtUbee, Clock, nj Jewelry on hort police inl Warranted. tba .AJSTO Nico SITIAIBILIEI! HAB1TESS SIECOIF. sonable. atesF! Kates rea? lot of Horses and Fino Turnouts. 100,000 FOCTOg W00L Ialsodsalia CO All Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market price it in any quantity. A. '. NUNJTEIiliEY, Stanford, Ky. And can supply The Interior Journal Steam Printing Office does all kinds of Job Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. STEAM! PRINTING! w. P. Walton, Prop'r. AliMuJcr riuiuuirr, ot lUoeuiStlJ, Jul., lay As a celebration of tho four hunllroau'a feiptrtorant lbs tost couth ba of Ky. University, Lexington, Xy. dredth birthday of Martin Luther in rtuittljr be Lai ercr iiwl, 1'vr ele l rruojr & Commercial College itBew. sn.Ksn3En wxxaiUTa . ! W. M Wtlr Ml Ycroou Iu England, ser- M cAIUter, BtanfurJ, Protestant Churches SluJents rcctictJ any uttk itiy vf the year. Summtr teuton now open fur rtetMnf tluimU. triiMle i I IUe CWtofe le m t tfall who K' to n untliuely About mons will bo preached on Suuday, No Rccular Fall Session. Sept. 10. i88r II lu.4ei etami .. uu u tv .iwSm twee i r tkuee " iW uUit aeWte.. irate die liu III Jm.liJ tllicaee, coueuui!lloo, luim Mi axoo uwrl r4uM Ue ekne Oitlm. im.i vember 11, calling attention to the I Uiowu'a tuclorint baaru'rJ cmy taee Itbaa Hilw, AttUMwItf, OiM.a.r.1.1 Law Mmtetll. CnnmmIim.. f.M...UJf. .. Tim I.4.I.N IrleJ mi litre Ibe dleriei hat not well al- - 1i1mi4 Iumm ( .era. iran ewe miu im. com. leanhiut tmim., .1 .. .ly rr. mm work of the Reformation, and large eW.1 M wkrn i4u M Ikh KMtn UW4 u. mm.f le, e u. luwe beri.ua tbe rvuttol ot locdkloe fco.'d l'.'.'.T'J.'j run M'e IwMm., r.Mue t publio racotlogi will bo held ou tho luwol la -- . ;? "j.tug. wlntN toM e.tf w u, w,b McAiu.tr. Buuioid. b, r.BU,i rtfBr&S2&U WIUHM H. VMITH, 1t I Wjweji . M tr, Mb Vein jo next two days. rrJ tvo-mt- bt tn ' .J !"". "urOfc EwrHS "mh.,r.j. Tkmmmnn.m mmui.tmmmiiXnmJTymtttiuiijjr H r liiYiriiiif ,'t ' ." PRESS xI !l COMMENTS, 8now fell 5tii-tftklinifriorwr- at Argentine Tam, Csl,. that they lisd QTLxraro3Kr, tcy. 11. 1883 I V) 1 6f railway between the Aihntlo and cilia The ceremonies wero the raott ImEDITOR posing ever seen at an occation of the kind. W.P.pALTM. Alrraft Excepting the Last On. A terrible tmaliup occurred on the The contention of deaf mutes now In In New n'otk transicd lis business Chesapeake A Ohio road two miles west of OUT of lT5 circulars nMrcsacl to Itfce members clcet of tho next Lcgla In tuch quiet ami orderly fmhlon as to re Charleston, W. Va , Friday. Two freight mlml ono of a Kentucky democratic Slate trains collided, t niahing both engines and ItMuro by tho Courier-Journa- l asking conrenllon. Breckcnrldge News. seventeen cars. One of the bollertbunt; sevtheir? "preferences forU. S. Senator eral men were slightly Injured, but none Mind Sir, Thank Yji. FwdAHpekkcr of the Lower House, terlouily. The damage Is ettlmated at The press of Kentucky Is already in ad only 40 wero answered nml of these vanee of anything clue in the Slate, and If $50,000. President Arthur has retched Washonly 17 committed themselves aa to It were modeled more generally after the Eleven are Curlislc, Stanford Im:nion Journal, and Danville ington, lie says he is In perfect, health Senator. Next week he will wilneis the Oriole eels-- , three for Williams, two for D'pckhurn Adrvccle our country newrpijierj would be bratlon In Baltimore and a little latter he ana ono for McKenzio. An l the the best in the Union. Lou. Commercial. proposes visiting New York and Newport (Delayed Letter ) Afraid ef Blackburn's Men. Speakership thero was no cjqirnsion, He Is cvtdenttr Intending to have a h 1 of Fon Sam: on Rknt. A very desirable Governor Pattlson, of PennnylTama,went a timo during his hold on tbe fattctt ollice modesty forbidding a majority of the cottsge residence in Lancaster. Apply lo members , from declaring tlicmiclvcs Into offico without to much is a civic in the land. Sirs. W. A. Burntide. guard to assist him, but It took twenty-fou- r Henry Dickerson, colored, was hanged each for himself. As stumps were The dry weather Is rcriously Interfermilitary companies and a profuse display at Plirjuemine, L , Friday. The execuing with preparations for wheat seeding. enclosed with each of tho circulars, it of cirio poiiiiir to Mat I'roclor Knott In tion took place intido Two the prlton. rnny.be raid that tho O.'J. paid more lllickburu'ii cf.nir Pouibly Knolt was thoutand persont, mostly negroes, wero out The farmers can't plow till it rains. On Monday, Gov. Blackburn pardoned ' fo7 tho information it got than it was afraid of the noble Rriny of conTicts that side. Frank Shelton. colored, was hanged Hiram Hiatt, Indicted for the murder of niitckbnrn bad let loose in the State. for wife murder at Greensboro, Ala, Fri worth. George EngtaLil In the Rockcastle Circuit ",''inc!nrt,tl Commercial. day. On tbe tcsflold he tald he was pre- Court. Joe Blackbuiw has again beeu psred to go to God, who would do him jm Unparalleled lwpudor.ee. Matter Shirley Miller Is making a posirlgaV alighting man, uutaa usual The conduct of Mr. Ralph Sheldon, late tlce. He met his fate without a tremor. success as a News Agent, He is prompt, out without a scratch. It seems came ilrgister of the Land Office, In refuting to active and energetic He sells the CincinDARRARD CPU NTT DEPARTMENT. that ho and Stato Senator Robbius, yield tho office In his duly elected succes nati dailies only. Lancaster. who was a champion of Owens in tho aor, calls for the severest condemnation. Franklin Institute under the superThe grand jury adjourne d finally Sat race fur Congress, had offended him He holds that an alleged private bargain urday evening. vision of Mrs. W. A. Yantis, and tbe Male and soruo sharp correspondence occur with bis successor In regard to a clerkship The sportsmen about town are mak- Acidemy with Prof. J. It. Blair in charge, lrSl." Learning of it, Col. J. Stod-"dar- In the cilice it superior to tbe formally ex ing war on the doves. opened en the 3d intt. Both these schools pressed will of the people, even higher The grsnd jury returned in all 42 in- have flittering prospects. Johnston, imbued with the than tbe taw itself, and therefore refutes to While the other farmers have not been thought "Blessed are tho peacema- go out of office. In impudence and eflron-Itr- y dictments, mefetlr for misdemeanors. None of the participants on either side able to do any plowing, Msj. J. A. Bum- bis services as a mutual kers," we recollect of no parallel esse. side has turned over about 100 acies of in the Bryantsvtlle election riot were friend to adjust tho diflerences, which Covington Cummonwealth. ground. This will be sown in wheat and vhe found an easy matter to do, both The cae of tbe Commonwealth againtt the Major savs he may put in more. The Don't Bet on Another's Trick. ' parties having accepted his kindness, Louisville has a big Expoatlion and tbe Allen Boss for beg stealing tvai set for yes- Bornside Bios, aro the largest wheat growers In the county. alto has bunko men anil eharpeis dexlroui terday. "4And again tbe blood which threaten W. J. Landratn has been for Gen Sunday was a dull day. People kept in tbelr manipulation! as well as wily in edi to fleck the iaee ot tbe lair moon tbctr machination. Tbe rural brother who within doors and sat by fires. The weather some time very buily engaged airanging 'was diverted. His labors are now his new district. desire to be edified wtlb .hit observation wai quilo "Decemberlth." Dr. J. W. Turner, of Danville, bought about completed and everything is in good tho welt to confine his visin the city will do The disgraceful row over in the of land at Hub- 8fLand office is still on, with ion to matters not requiring bis judgment of Win. Hubble two acres doctor intends to working order. The collections new district will probably exceed one to be backed up by money. It has been ble's atore far $300. The SheldB and Nor veil holding tLo fort million dolltrs a year. Aa a Collector, noted from time immemorial that the man locate there and practico his profession. asaiaet Cecil and his deputies. It is who bets against another' tricks or dealt Track laying on the K. C. extension Gen Lsndram stands A No. 1. said' Ihat Hargk is at tho bottom of with strangers upon terms Involving con- towards Livingston is progressing rapidly. At Ctisrles M. Boulden's sale near tremendous and advised Sheldon to fidence, generally windt up, with the opin- The track is now laid about six miles from Bryanlsville, there was There is al ion that he bas learned something, bat that Harris' station, the bridge across Silver crowd. Prices were good and bidders acoentiaae in pos&eeeioa. Bowling Creek Is finished, and it Is expected this tive. The farm containing 350 acres wss (Ways a great scramble and often rows bis tuition bill was a nbopper. week to reach Berea. bought by Siller & Moore, of Danville, at Green Quelle. abeat the offiee, because no doubt the Messrs. D. A. Sbanahan, J, C. Birtcu .$39.25 per acre. Twenty yearling mules No More Morbid Sentimentality. ' holder gets good pay for absolutely no and W. B. Crenshaw, of the K. C. It. It, were bought by J. Alex Doty, l $07 per The portion of Mr. Knott's inaugural sod wo trust tbo next Legis addre-- s spent Saturday aud Sunday at this place. head. Corn in the field sold at $2 per bar aerviev which'relatea to the exercise of the Iaturo will consider the advisability of pardoning power will, wp doubt not, be Judge J. D. Beldcn, of Lcbinon. and Mr. rel. All tbe household and kitchen lurni- 'abolishing it altogether. At present read with general gratification by the James Denton, a bright young member of ture, farming utemils, buggle, work stock, nikreceipts are about $1,000 a year, friends of law and order. It hat the true the Somerset bar, were in attendance at Ac, were sold. The amount realized from court last week. Mr. R. II. TomIinon has the Kale wna about $20,000. Mr. Boulden it costs nearly $5,000 to run it. ring. It is bated upon me luca luat me been tick during most of the court, too fee talks of goin; to Florida. L .while , laws are right and ought to be enforced. Law breakers will please bear in But, as courtt and juries are fallible, cates ble at times to attend to his duties in the . LAKCASTEK ADTl.nTISEHEHTS. mind that Gov Knott said in his in may arise, where unjust verdicts are ren In the examination of cilizsns for the D. P. WAIiTEK. augural address "I dcclaro her, dis dered, unjust sentences pronounced. ,In Tankersley jury list week, it was deve'op-etinctly aad irrevocably that in no such cue', when after a full investigation that about of those examined f LANCASTER, KV. of tbe whole cite, it It apparent that incase will I grant a pardon or remit tho Office oTtr CltUtnt Hatlonil lUnk. Offic bouri who live in the Buckeye precinct are op justice layabout to be doseexecutive clemfrom S to 12 a. v. anil from 1 to S r. M. posed to tho infliction of capital punish penal JMneequenoea of conviction for ency should intervene. To this all BAM If. BURDETT. ment. It tarns out that there has been a any criminal offence, unless I shall be will say amen. It is the people A.a.TOItNKY At JL1A.W, debating society down there for many years LANCASTER, KY. fully satisfied that it would be unjust theory of a Statesman, and shows In strong and one of the favorite questions for disWilt practice tn OsrrsrJ an J .IJolnloi counties to the convict to do otherwise." The contrast to the morbid eentimentality that r anlCourtorAppeaU. cussion bas always been, "Is capital punsentimental business at Frankfort has was the rule during the administration ishment right or wrong?" The constant Lebanpn Standard., H. C. KADFFHAN, j, played out, the pardon mill has ceased juttclostd. discussion of the subject has led to almost . At LAW, to grind and now if you commit NOUS OF CURRENT EVENTS. every one's taking an interest in it and LAtf CA8TER. KY. identifying himself with one eide or the Master CommlhiCDer Garnnl Circuit Court. Will crime,' the penalty must be paid as Count de Chambord's fortuno amount other. As before stated, the community practice la all th Courtt of (Itrnrd tad adjotnto tho Courts prescribe. ed to $15,000 000, Court or Appeals. be about equally divided on tbe counties tnd la lh -- Col. A. M. 8wone gets $5,000 by the seem lo TnE acquittal of the noted highway question. will of Mm. Iliggins, of Paris. Died, at his father's residence in thl s robber and murderer, Frank James, Jo Bagby waa probably fatally shot county, Friday, Sept. 7th, '83, William A at Gailatk), Mo., is another argument near Greentburg by some one In ambutb. Burntide, aged nearly 28 years. These against our boasted jury system. It is Both of the old tickets were In New few words tell of a serious loss to the com n passing strange how it could have York last week. Hendricks visited munity the lots of one of its very best and Englith Hanccck. found such a verdict except on the young men. The intelligence of his death There are five hundred applicants for presumption of natural ignorance or will bring sadness to many hearts, for be the vacancy caused by the death of been in enough was well known in this section of the State, bribery. ''James has hangman. the English and all that knew him, loved biin Inrobberies to have gotten a sufficient The damage to the growing crops in sum i to buy up half of the averago several ot the Northern and "Western deed, it may be said that no other young man ever lived in Garrard county who was Statu by the frost bas been very great. juries in the country. universally held in higher esteem than BilHorace Greeley's old homestead at The pooplo of Erwin, III., don't Chappaqua, N. Y., sold at auction Satur- ly Burntide. He was possessed of fine stand any foolishness :n religious mat- day to his daughter Gahrielle for $10, 000. business attainments, and hud satisfactorily filled several important positions of The widow and daughter of Stonewall ters, A Polygamous sect there, call trust. At the lime of his death he was Jackson are in Boston, the guests of Bening, themselves Pilgrims had made Clerk in the National Bank of Lancaster themselves very offensive to the better jamin F.Butler. Strange things happen. He was born and reared in this county and It is estimated that the number of belonged to one of our best families. The class of people and Sunday they went Uvea lost In tbe world by accident, fire and ' in a body and blew the building up. pestilence during the past S uroliths of 1883 disease to which he fell a victim was con sumption. He left town on Saturday be They thought the pastor was inside, is 71,000. foro bis death for a visit to his father, Mr. The cattle plugue continues its rava ftwt jbe was smart enough when ho Burntide. That night he was at Over one million cattle John Jheard fof their intention to skip for ge? in Kus-jtacked with a hemorrhage from the proshave fallen victims to the plague within friendlier shores. trating effects of which he never rallied. Iho LancHHter four years. His funeral took place on Saturday at O. D. SiiAitPE, who was sentenced There art In Richmond fifty old Paint Llca church, Rev. Wm. Crow, of the at .Gainesville, Texas, to the peniten- maids and forty-ninbicbelors who have Presbyterian church, officiating. A large "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," tiary for 50 year's for outraging Aman- pasted the thirtieth mile stone on the road concourse of relatives and friends were da Clarke, a little girl of 13, was tri- of LANCASTER, KY. present at the funeral. For several years Ex Senator Sharon, of San Francisco, before his death he was the valued corresed again last Saturday for outraging arretted for open and notorious adultery, her sister and sentenced to death. If gave bail in $5,000 and skipped to avoid pondent of the Couritr.Journal and Ken- GEO. D. & CO., tucky Altocatt at this place. He leaves the first sentence takes precedence it further trouble. surviving him his wife almost heartbroProprietors is that the lattor will Senator Daniel W.Vorhees bas been ken with sorrow. For her and for his faLe execuleJ, ever A man rarely lives retsined as hading counsel in defense of ther, brother and sitter tbe community ruorcKsionAL young Nutt, of Unlontion, Pa., who killed 50 years In prison. have the most piofound sympathy. Duke, tbe slayer of hit father. The cate of the Commonwealth vs. Gov. Knott told an interviewer J. w. BSOW1 SIM M. BUSDITT. The Jacktboro (Tenn.) stage was robFountsin Tankersley, for murder, wss callBUBDETT & BBOWN, that he was emphatically not a can- bed by two Youthful highwaymen. The ed in our Circuit Court last Thursday, and didate for U. S. Senator. Exactly mails were relieved and a passenger con- the trial begau. Tankersley is chsrged iV'jrX'OllNXJVM A.T X.AW. MT. VERNON, KY. what he told us during the canvass. tributed a gold watch and $150. with poisoning his wife in this county last Since tho tint appropriation for the WALUCS K. YABMOir. He" would, make a better Senator than October. At tbe last term of Court the T. W. ViaXOV. T. W. & W.B. VAHNOW, offering for tho purpose, made eighty years sgo, the Gov- case was continued at his instance. His any of tw men now ATTOIINMYH A.'X XiA-AV-, . ernment has expended $105,000,000 for tbe i. t.iiT"i counsel at Ihjs trial were Judge William STANFORD, KY. JK)blHUH,vtHtW,HMHl I1IHJ lu rummu Improvement LulldlDj-- up of rivers and harbors. stairs. Offics In Owlj A Boa's n at FrMkfortjfer foar years and re MoKee Duncan and H. T, Noel, of the loIt is cabled that a correspondent who cal bar; Judge O. S. Martin, of McKee,aud deem the. State. M. 1'EYTON hat Jut returned from a tour through tbe ATTOIINKY A.' Ii. LAW, Itockcaslle. The aiasjuiiu, a. Lincoln aud Eixta Ckaft will have to swing. heart of Zululind reports that tbe natives N. D. Wllmol, ofrepresented by her attorWill practice In Ilia Courts r was counties and Ike buptrlor Court and Court The Court ot Appeal- has overruled are on the eve of a war of mutual exterminey, Mr. It O. Warren and Mesirs. Denny ol Appeals. t).dl alteullun gtrtn to collections. LIs petition for a new hearing and it nation. Ui Orflto pq Lautsstsr trtt. A Tamllnson. Considerable difficulty was Frank James has been acquitted in bow only remains for Gov. Knolt to ALEX. ANDEBBON, In lecuring a jury, but tbe following fix the day for tho execution, which Miutourl. He wai the most celebrated bed a.'v filially found who bad formed DANVILLE, KY., we trust will be aH early ono. The muidcrer and bandit in America, for twelve were no opinion In the case: John W. Scott, J. Wilt practice tn tht Courts ot Boils sod adjolalnf terrible crime has beeu unavenged al whots arreit, dead or alive, a reward of W. Rslney, Stove Hill, P. W. Smith, Ben. counties and lu the Court of Appeals. ready loo long. $2,000 was offered, Jennings, llobt. Harnett. It, Burton, J. W J. B. SUB1I, We learn from the Ntv York Timtt Mwmt. E. F. Madden and Isuao that a complete republican ticket Is already Teeter, Zick Simpson, P. M, Teeter, A.J. And Master Coram lulou.r Rockcutla Circuit Court , MT VERNON, KY. testTj&krrbfiel Jwve sold Ao Sunday piopoted fcr 1881 Gen. Arthur is to be Burdett and David Stephens. The lbs UockcsslU Courts. CollecWill prscllco t Mwn. Georg-- lkbor and tho candidate for Presld'ot tod Gen. John timony began Friday inorntiij. It was tions a sptclslly.lu oatcs in Courlboui. 14 M. J, Burke. The former, who is A. Loan, of Illinois, for though several mainly circumstantial, LKH V. HUFFMAN. exjtrtMeed newspaper man, will Thejury failed to agree In the Hsney damaging statements uiida by the accused STANFORD, KY. have editorial charge and will no Nichols murder case at Georgetown. A were proved, which assisted materially In Oalcs South side. Msln btroot, two doors above Wednesday. new has tn Mvers dviU fully ulaia the reputatiou of Seventrial the been ordered forhanging and securing his conviction. Judge Msrtin Iurt NitrousUoUl. Qas sdialnlster.d when Oxld of Jurors favored the payer. and Mr, Noel aigued the cue for tbe delive lor 21 rears lu the penltroliary. and Mr. Warren and Judge a dance in fierce, county, jvi , fense During Thk worst charge we have heard OH. W. U.' FENNY, MIti Jr , for tbe prosecution. llUlltlMt, Gov. Knott yet, is that he of Itoxle Wilson retsnted the comments George her aunt, Miss Smith, and attacked her The case was given to thejury on Saturday ITITTTTJ-J- STANFORD, KENTUCKY. taffy toln, He says there is no with a knife furnished by her brother. She Kobt 8. OBc CasFJwkml movmm afstiust it, fatally stabbed her la the brent and stow- - about noon. In a little more than an hour from I toorsrA. M. suit 1Lytls'sr. slor. Oflr Lour II to t M. Anestbstlci ad IJHjr. they returned Into court and announced uUliUrsJwIita accessary, we truly wM. tbtw acb. public, Georgetown Taesday Moralist;, Soptembor lastThnrtday evening. Hiking Tot Math. A gold tplke driven on the line of the would lo nothing to If UoTsrnor Knott Northern Pjclflo roid, in Montana, com Incr the crop ol Cotontls In KtntncVj pleted tho ceremony of opening that line lie would confer a furor on a Tlmt. 1'4 f lr sgrrr-- 1 Id a verdict, which the foreman read as follows: ''We of the juty find tbe defendant guilty as charged In the Indictment and fix his punishment at confinement In the Slate penitentiary during his nalnral life." The prisoner seemed scarcely moved by the verdict, but his roung sister who sal at his side wept bitterly. It is ld thai on the first bllot eight of the Jurr wero for Inflicting the death penalty. Mr. Rothwell, the jailer, says that sines tho verdict Tankersley Is comparatively cheerful. The night before be was very resiles and uneasy, probably anticipating a death sentence. No effort will bs mads to obtain a new trial and no appeal will be taken. His attorneys think, and they are doubtless rlghr, that they have done well to savo their client from the gallows. 0 S3 o Wi Hi HIGGIll&i DRAl.tUI IN IlHrttwnrc, IrH, IIhtmo Nlierst, lltlRKrHlirPlM, .hIN, OreoprlcM, NiHTCH, NhKcn, ICIiiim, HrHloH, . NtHHCtrnro, NHtttllrN, lHCCHNHHr', IlHKRy H'hljMS, llHrHCHH, t'HHO Mills", Older Mlllst, I.his C'tircrsi, Corn Micllcrsi, CoIIhi-w- , Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden aad Cast Farapi, and the Celebrated Maylleld Elevator. Tin Roof tag and On.terlng will havo prompt attention "",,"",r" I ir.il. .MrlUsilirw. ii. '. iiHiniiT. r. j niHRAN. BRIGHT lVlielcsmlc k AND CURRAN. HARDWARE, A5. St hh1 IIc(hII Dcaloris In GROCERIES Wo 4fcUElVNWAIKK3, ask ia a trial. run two houaoa, carry tho I.argost Btook In town; pay cash for ourgooda, which onabloaus toaollyou olosor than any one. All we BlUQIIT CURRAN. d 500 PAIRS Ladies', Missos and Ohildroi. Fine and cliiim Grado Mo- - tbogb-Uftincse- , These are Fresh Fall Goods and Parties Wanting SCHOOL SHOESI Should Govern Thonisolves Accordingly BRUCE- - WARREN & CO. court-room- d one-hal- BOUOEON MKNTIHI law-lovi- BEFORE IX IS TOO LATE, FOR (iSI-ly- ATTOnNEV FALL ..crq SEEDING! laandreth's go 2 And be sure you examine, before pur chasing, our line of Seeding Implements, as follows: Til-de- Mar-woo- d, dairteii Seed Nicest Line of - .P WO H &b 2 ' 2 2 Scro 3 In Bulk, and the S6 O & O) -- o OrB r- p-- S FURNITURE lu at g- - H5 B--j a. p O oop go d o p p-- " e rs L llfe.-He- rald. &o g g BUllDETT Isardly-probabl- T3 o p. p g s fL i 5?" 2g l h- -o O lSI-l- crh t" bji XJ1 rh f m -- ct- - p P--. P- -O law, ig(W ofLo trio P .O r-M The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, The Trump Grain Drill with Spring Seat, The Buckeye Spring Shoe Gram Drill, The Star Grain Drill, The Albion Spring SulkyHarrow and Broad- cast Seeder, The Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Sulky Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, The Moline Sulkey Plow, The Cassedy Sulky Plow. One-hors- e - pi Tbis line of Implements cannot be celled. ex- Attornuy AtLiiw. Ar-Vm- fe; ooP S HUIltiAJON UJ1NTIST, rt p o ritM ht D.-nn- w. 7M ooh p S?o M W H p-- B of Fish Brothers Wagons, Webster Wagons and Columbus Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. Also remember we make a Specialty cr? T GEO. D. WEAKEN, all M) Din line of &m-Mth$$htm$nm IJrlghl nnd A Currn. hinn, bolloci Plow-t- figure HtiY Ihn Oslo CMIled he Tuesday Morning, l.&N.LOtAL Sopttftnber II, 1S83 TIME CARD. It. Walton. Cabbigc, Sweet Wakteii -f- lutter, Potatoes snd Hams. T.H.Walton. chepelcT. bct Es, Msll trsln going North t (bulb KiprrMtriln"- Mouth .. jioru, i Bciiool Hook at McHobertssmiBlsgt;''. amounting to $13. A liberal reward will Nicr. slo.'k of l.ltllid7 canlaat Vtnnj A be paid for its return to me. J, H. WilMcAlister's. liams.HtandaM) ready mixed paint at FroT, It has been cpjlln cold here for A Hlsgg's. IIio lot of lissltela of nil kiDliil receiv- ecTtral days and yesterday morning frost corned the ground in miny pltcei. It ed Ijt T. K. Walton. Jos. Haas JIor Cholera Cut. Penny did but little damage, howerer. A McAllilf r o!sj genii. The Female College, opened yesterday I.rAHD new stock of every thin; In tin with 70 pupil, a much larger number line t Penny A McAlister's. Jewelry Watchm, Clocks snd Jewelry repaired thsn usual on an opening day. Propccta for a largo school are rety promising. and warranted liy Penny A McAllaler. Fort cuiijtiis.colds, Ac, uo Compound Yesterday')! Washington City telegram: Bynip Wlilie Pino. Put up In 25o and 60o bottle. Trial elie 10c. MdtobcrU A "Mr. J. P. Handifer la here, trying to get a ' Lancaster, Ivy., bank made a national deBlaje. pository. Tho prospects are not bright." ls Tnr tho "Of al' patent churn, noM on at, r. m. filitnfost V.r at si li Ttrtitlal A Hilffrfln. . ....iI oo r. 01 A.M, Thy the "Imperial Djuhte Holler Pat .K J cnl," gmranlird to be tho best flour in the niarket Fur sale only by llrlght A Currsn L0CAL HOTICES. Lost. In Stanford a roll of money Bur IUiktk of Penny A McAllaler. IM MM. have gone to Louisville. Mb: J. M. Cohaut returned wild lila wife to Hell county, Saturday. Mn. JoiiK HnioiiT left Saturday for the A. A M. College al.Lctlnc.ton. Mn, 11. S Urti.r. and wife and Mn Judge Lytic have returned from Kansas. Da. Ilt'Oit IIkid hai recorered from hit several week' Illness and la now on duty. Miss Kume Hour after a hippy raca lion relumed to Hellwood Seminary yes-- ' terday. Mrs. A. T, Camtiieks, of Shelby-Til'le- , li ttalllng her slater, Mn. J. H. Shanks. n Mu. J. W. James haa taken the r In the Farmers Nation-a- l of Hank. Mm.T. W.Tavlou and children, of Huntington, W. Va, ate guests of Mr. M. L. Ilourie. MimSahra PramwiTOK left yester-da- y morning to tUU MIm Lucy Cooper, at posl-tlobook-keepe- Tun K. 0. was 0 or 7 hours late last Jour A. AlXCNaml daughter night, but we got our Lancaster letter any how. Our thoughtful correspondent rent it by Mr. H Warren late in the afternoon. PERSONAL a You can buy a postal note lor ft 00 for 3 cents, but If you want an order for $5 you will hare to pony up eight cent. The latter howerer, is abtoliilely safe, while the former is not much more so than money nislled In a letter. Wfi sre told that the L A N. charges but $10 per car freight on coal to Shelby and Junction CUIe, while our dealers are taxed $2.', ten miles nearer the mines. Com petition with the C. S. H. It. causes this. Can't the K. C. bring us Kanawha cheipetT m ; than tured on Kiccoon, in Laurel county, and brought here Saturday, He exidearored to ford, la the gueit of MIm Mary Morrow. escape by a rapid use of his legs but gare Somerset Ileporlcr. Mrs. Wells and Miii Jennlo lluchan-a- n up the combat when sereral pistols were were here lat night) on their return Icreled at him. He it charged with breaking open and robbing a car at London from the Psris Fair. Dn LkkF. IlcrrMAi. and wile hate Keutuckr. Mr. Jo Jonoi and others captured him. returned from a rliltto Ilustonvllle, Seiiioi--s AccintNT.Sunday afternoon Title and other peinU. Her. (Ikeex Clay Smith waa here Mr William T. McUehcc, or Holirar ooun-tg yesterday catching minnows for a big Miss, the Uicle and gutrdian of Miss trip lu Whitley county. l'sttie McGther, deairlng to see our beau-tifcountry, tcok her end Misses Jennie MimIIlttir Frith, of llrodhead, and MIm Ella Dcotcs, of Crab Orchard, are Crane and Sadie White driring. A double team and carriage weic secured from guests of Mr. (leorge Mcltobcrti. Mn. And Mu. Jo. 15. McClahy anJ limy stiblo snd the ijuartct startMrs. Frank McClary hate returned from ed on tho Uanrilie pike. The horses, which arc used to pull the omnibus, were visit to the foulsvilla Exposition. Mn. K. K. Chexault will leave to- not considered dangerous, and ibey went day for Texts to tee after hi nursery bnil-ac- along welt till reaching the hill beyond there. He will be gone till Christ-aaEld. JUIIou's house, where, from some reason, they became unmanageable and startNewell Klmork went to 'Lout ed oiTat a full run. Mr. Mcflehce used vllle Sunday to remain by the btdilde of hit best efforts to check them in rain and when they reached the turn in tho pike his klniman, Jamea Elmore, who is ill of typhoid fever. near Mr Hopi'erV, lit and Miss White were Mn. W. T. Price, author of the "Lift thrown out. Fortunately the young Indy of llarnta" hat been bete looking after the waa but slightly hurt, but Mr. M. was not n only pslnfully wounded in ths hesd, but ale of hit book. Ereiy body In this especially thould have a copy. had both bones of his leg broken below the Mr. axd Mns. M. L. Wakefield, of knee. The other two ladies reouinrd in Blooralngton, III., are Tilling the fitnlly the rehicle III! the frightened horsts were of Mr. J. M. Wray, bringing with them ttoppel by a gentleman some distance furMifS Annie Wray, who his been In Illlnoia ther up the road, and they were not hurt several aaonlhe. al all. Mr. McOeheo wss taken to the Lexington 2Vaiucri;l ftneart it house of Eider Ilallou temporarily and on. In announcing an arrival It describes later was brought to the College building the person at "a talented, beautiful acd where Dr. Carpenter set the broken limb accomplished young lady of high literary He suffers a great deal, but is doing well entertainments." under the circumstance It is a source of Tub following teachers of the Female great gratification that the young ladies College hare arrived from iheir various so proridentially. The great wonhome, whither they went to spend vsca-lio- der is that alt were not killed. Miss Addle Purnell, Naihrllle, CHOKED TO DLAJH. Tenn.; Miss Eta N. Cocke, Souierville, Execu Tenn ; Mlrs Mary Myert and Mrs. M. V. Mundi, the Witt Butcher, his tionei. Timberlake, Mlddleway, W. Va,; Mim Do-rIk our Friday's Issue the story of tho L. Ilryant, Sumptcr county, Tenn., and butchery of Mrs. Kate Mundi was Trof. W. K. Jennings, Elkton, Va. Among horrible ladies who hare arrived, in ad- published, together with tho rerdict of the the young dition to those mentioned Friday, are Miu. Coroner's jury that she had come to her death from a wound with a heary instrues l'attia McOeheo and May Yatbrougb, Crane and Madie White, ment in the hands of her husbind, C. Mun Mlesisslppl.Jennlo W. Va., Mines Ilryant, Sumpter county, di. The sequel shows that their conclusion waa correct, for (ho miserable mm torTenn., Misses Ilurtou and Cockr, Bonier-tlllLltlngilou.Ky , tured in mind orer his fetrful deed, and In Tenn , Hertle Sbreve, May llurucker, W. Va, Mary dully and an agonizing feir (hat a mob would blood for blood nnd a life fur a life, Addle Pecplts, Ida Sigler, Maggie Davis, ended his career of drunkenness and crime Kentucky. about 7:30 Saturday ninht by choking LOCAL MATTEHS. himself to death in bis cell in jail. At Timothy Seed at T. It. Walton's. that hour Jailer Newland went to gire the to L Freu baxer's bietd always on hand a prisoners tuppef, wheo he wai aturlled dlecorer Mundi hanging against the tide of . R Myers'. hit cell by a strip of lilt cot lied to a bar KAMAIN3 in harness are being offered by above. Imagining that be could hear him T. It. Walton. gasp he seiied lilin by the body with one at W. H. Hlgglna thst hand and with the other cut the string. He A doum-e-theapplied suci restoratives as were at hand farmers ibould tee. Wayne County Ilraudy 0 year old at tbe and immediately summoned a physician, who, on Ida arriral, pronounced life exSt. Aaaph Hotel Saloon. y tinct. The news of the suicide spread A NICE line of Fall Millinery nowpen-inabout toon and soon an Immense at Mrs. Kate Oudderar's. Call and crowd had gathered, out of which acting see. Coroner, M. 0. Porlman, summoned a jury ItEMEMUER the date of rale of the estate and held an Inquest In the cell. Mr. testified ui above and sjmo notes left of Jackton (livens: 28lli Init. Advertise, meat eliewhere. on his bed nddrested to the editor of the and others were read, We defy competition on stores, grates Interior Journal after which a veidict that Mundi had Ac. We only ask you to come and examcome to hia I'ealh by hit own hands was ine our prices, llrlght A Curran. tigntd by thojuri M. D. Elmore, E II. A CURIOSITY In the ihspe of a third ap Caldwell, E. II. Uurnslde, J. It. I Isle, J II. ple growing from twin apples hat teen ad Williams and II. 0. Height. The letters were as follows: ded to our museum by Mr, Tinsley Spoon Jlrothtr HVtoi: My floger is hurled in amore. Pvunaylvania and my leg in Itockcastle Come and see our handsome display of county. Aly wtlo killed liersell ami l will Queeoswareand Qlastware. Twenty dif hanir uitself. Not afraid to die Wanted brent dulena in chamber sets. llrlght A to go out to the mob and told Newltnd to. Let this be a warning to you all when it Currsn. may occur, never to interfere between man neighbors and Tilda Poe lLC.Hui'LKY It now receWIng hit Ml and wile. The Judge Hiulley, take publlo to left ua In our grar. and winter goods and Inrites the mr son Michael IvJucale liliu; lie is as fsfeclloo of hit stock, confident of bis smart and will make r. good "laugher." abHUy to picas all Uniting Qrstclasnuiia Now I conclude, Ulve you all a Urewtll adieu. hoM to'weet you all la Lsavw. I to 8fd. Normal t'chool. aw-e- felielbyvllle. Mini Mahv J. Ncwland hat gone to Calletlabur, to enter the Ksst Kentucky of 0. Mundi, for wife murder, before 'rfquirei Porlman and lirlicht, resulted In Lis being held orer in $1,000 ball. This is rather remarkable proceeding. Mundi was either guilty or not. If not, he should bare been released and if there were circumstances sufficient to hold him orer, it was not a bailahle case and it sbouIJ hare been made so. The examining trial The Kird was back in his cage in less from his escape. He was cap- Mm Nannie Foster, nf near Stan- luli Gli-tn- Nun-nellr- a, 'Mr. serl-outl- y sec-tto- want my friends to know, if I have any, thst I am coins, to my wife and request to I o hurled by her I hate loved her dear. She as a goed woman. As for mc I wss reckless when drinking. Wish jam all coed-brr- . Hallls tVok. (Ird hies roil. Take good care ef our children. Mr nerve It good. Put this in print, Tom Newland, Don't fsll to publish (his. May heaven smile nn you all. V. Muxrii. To Mn. Walton. On another scrap this wat written under Iho head of vAMir.Y Rrconi). C. Mundi horn March 11th, 1310. Kate Mundi born Dec. 1810. was married Aug. 10th, 18G9. Now at she is dead I don't want to live. I am secured of her death. Not guilty. I am going to kill myself. The belief of every one is I am (tffilty. It I hard for a man to live when bound In fsll. Me tnd my lawyer had but brains to go on and truth. Judge M. C. Saullay it a man. Itecortl this. Give him my love. I trust we will meet in heaven. C Mundi. On another scrap was the following: John Canter, Pope, Mrt. O'Halr nnd the negro woman swore a lie Jamca Itobcr ton also swore a lie. Jamea Mundi, George Mundi, Michael Mundi and your sister Mary, I wish you a lone farewell. It la hard for you to think tf the fate of your parents. Tilda Poe la Hie cause of Hie trouble, we woum dc liapny only for her. Now the may go It. Mama and Pa wont hear no more. C. Mundi, On other sera pi were scrawled: Daughter Mary Mundi, James Mundi, Michttl Mundi and George: I never killed your mother. So they told you a He. God blest you all, Sallie never leach thatof them. It Is falsehood. I hope to meet C. Munpi. you all in heaven. Good-byI will my lez to Pec Le . I met him in (own Isst County Coutt and like to have hit him with ray Oil. So now I will him my wooden leg, remember. 1 had to kill nn self. No body wont do il for me. C. Mundi it my name Stanford is my welling place and Christ is my expectation Wlien 1 am eleail in mr grave and my hones are rotting think of roe." Another note addressed to Shanks Spoon amore telling him to deliver his gun to his son James, is rouched in such rulgtr language as to be unfit for publication. His threat that unless he complied with the request he would come back and kick him, will hardly be carried out, howerer. The above were scrawled on numerous scrspx of paper and pome of them were hard to decipher. We have put them In some shsne and publish them both to com ply with hit request and to gratify that morbid desire that tho public feels to know what a man thinks about when on the eve of taking his own life. The jailer does'hot think he slept any hardly during the four or five days he was confined. lie waa in constant fear of a mob and the night be fore when an engine ran up to town from the Junction and then returned, he waa sure it brought a party to deal summary justice to him. There it no doubt whatev er of hit guilt, in fact lift virtually admits it in one of the nolci above when he accu , M its Pee, of causing ses hi the trouble between him and wife. There is a report that a mob was forming at llje Junction to come upStlurday night, and coniIiing him confess his crime by threats to bum him up after saturating bis clothing wilb coal oil, torture him to death. Thetuicide waia tuoal determined one ami he could only have choked his life out by drawing his legs up to keep them from touching the floor. His death was the terrible ending of a misspent life, and an awful warning against the use of intoxicating drink. A dead dog would have received more pity than he as he lay on the floor of the jail office after the in- mie-- t. The vast crowd which forced itself in to see him, laughed snd jeered, forgetful ol the awful presence of death, in its satisfaction of beholding tho murder of Mrs, Mundi avenged by her own murderer. 1 sister-in-law- aie expecting him to be their next pastor, Boyle, Owens, of Sc dl, Carroll, of Heniy, as Mr. Noel, who now has charge, has sig- and Stone, of Lyon. Talbolt has some nified hi Intention of cflerlni his resigna strength In this city. Ha was here not long It Is row ill wss Is since IboOreit fonthern Eiroslllcn at Unlsvllls, Ky., threw ofta haeOsH tion. Mr Klrllsy has also received a call since and made a fine Impression. Col. E Polk Johnson 11 is thought will an 1 since then ihonsanrfs tip-- Ihounnds of delighted people from every scellon hare Ihrancael eke from Ilocky Ford church, which he will win the Clerkship of the Lower House In a probably accept. great corrldori, all bent upon one great ot.Jecti TO tat. It Is notour pnrpose to give a deseylyHaa o canter. LAUD. STOCK AND CROP. Tho Exposition managers are arranging thr endlssa attritions displayed within Ihta thlrteen-scr- s tmlMIng; ths pea sf an ordinary mertal It For sale. Seven yearling steers, thirty to hare all the Kentucky editors here toewes and one Merino buck. Jos Dillou. gether soon, when no doubt champagne unequal lo the taik. Yet, ws will aay a few words about one point of attraction, which Is contlnasHy corks will hit the celling. Immense FonflALK 600 wethers, 350 first-clas- s surrounded by men, women and children, all equally Interested la the nsgnlocent display, to tfca mountain ewes, mostly young. II, G. A J. crowds are attending Iho Eipoaitlon daily, and it Is now an assured success, north-easter- n F. Gover, Stanford. part of the budding, et J. Winter A Co, lbs universally popVilir Merchant Tettare tad Adjutant General CaatleVntn hat apEight largj work moles and ten fine milk cows for sale. Apply lo or address pointed Tho. J. Harris, one of the Audi- Manufacturers of Men's, Hays', Youths' and CMIJreo'i Clothing, corner of Third and Market streets tor's Clerk, as his first aulstant. H. Owens, Hostonvillc, Ky. Loutstllle, Ky. Their quarters are fitted up In royal style, an 1 the dliplay ef elegant piece goods of There is a great deal of speculation aa to Fatmcrs In this county are buying garments for men, boys and children, mar-velacorn in Garrard at $1.76 per barrel In the Mr. Knolr's Asylum appointments. But ths lateal and moat fashionable dealgnt and ready-manobody knows anything and the lightning field, or $2 fed to lings In the field. workmanship, of their manufacture, Is a sight worth seeing. The beauty of Ibe tbteg la In Chicago, Saturday, Seplemlier mar strike any where. The Lexingtons aro said to be especially nerroua. that J. Winter A Co. need not draw upon ths northern market for their clothing; they prove eeesta- Nowheat closed at 07, October at 09J, vember at 101 and December at 102). altely by this display that the fouth haa within her bordera, artiste with skill and lasts to dealgo Very Lour Rates. The largest cow In America, so termDuntso lio continuance of Iho South- and workmen with the ability lo execute equal If not superior lo any clothtag produced la Mew York ed by the Western press, belongs to John ern Exposition, at Louisville, Ky., (com- J. Winter A Co. are exclusive Pratt, of Chase county, Kansas. She Is loutariils raanuraclurers; atl their immense stock of rsady.male els th mencing August 1st, and continuing 100 three years old and weighs 3,200 pounds. Ing Is of their own production; they have no dull eeaeon; their hands are employed all ths year; their days), the Louisville A Nashville Rail A basket of extra fine Early ltcse road will sell Excursion Tickets from any tstsbllshment Is a veritable bee-hiat all times. Ths various department! are presided over by potatoes, a present from Mr. .S. A. Cook of its stations to Louisville nt one fare for competent and obliging salesmen; patrons are promptly and pleasantly aerved; there ! no uanseesss-r- y and our colored patron, George W, Tucktbe round trip. These Tickets will be en delay In belog watted upon; everything la ayatemetlsed to a degree and works like a chronometer. er, will keep tbe wolf from our door for a tale crery day, from L. A N. station! nnd week at least. Exposition, after viewing J, Winter i. Co.'a dliplay, should by all bo good 16 days, allowing ample time Vlaltorato the Oreat Southern will W. P. McElwatn bought in Grayson to visit Ibe Greatest Exposition ever held mesne pay a visit to licadquirtera, corner of Third and Market streets; they sre welcome and will And and lircckenridgo counties last week, 30 in the Sniitli, nnd second cn'y to the Cen atterdanla ready to show them through tbe varloua departments of the greatest establlahmcat of ths head of mules ranging from li to 10 tennial nt Philadelphia. kind In the south-wes- t, tn the elegant dressing roama you can abed your old clothes and put on tbe hands, at from $75 to $200. Bowling OBCuSkJaPTESR. VI. 3 oa ' Green Gazette. AF.IV AUTKl:nSK)li:.1IS. Fat etwes are beinz engaged in Clark for fall delivery at 4 cents per lb. Jsmrs Highest mark- sol J. Ifodgklti sold to Marcu Bean 10 head VlJANTKD-llull- fr by T. It. Waltox, Iprka paid VI of feeding catllc, averaging 1,100 Iba. at 4 sans A AtVtarntottwlth Hit Democrat. cents per lb. IfrTotCTSSMI Lehman bought $18,000 worth of catlirini vsiuin Unfit VtHi1- in One MmiiUi thta.il atirIT" 7. l"".tle in Madison last week, as follows: Pres. Ihlnjr .".. In Americ. AUswitUMJi.vrLtkiaij, rtiicr...! .. ...!.'Ll.NootlpitsaLYoaiaiTjr3Utai8LN.Yoik. Smith 14 head, extra fat, wcjght 1,510 Iba , narathe,,. utivr. No Trn isirmiirj. ii.i.o nit at 5 cents; D. Oldham 10 head, weight Li"U i Insr ci f t.c l'opufarf rdrre.-a- cts ; D. A. Chenaull, t 1,500 lbs., at 5 aursjBrrKrniinen, liwivreii ret i.'ir.Utls A JHploinn, head, eitr-i- , 1,000 lbs., 0 cts ; Basil Hack-et- t, KL hlirrlOoyenra. HuMlvn'l DrcjTKlit,SUtioneri ZftiAfLl' 23 head, 1,175 lbs; 5 eta; O. II. Chenaull, 30 head, 1,500 lbs.; 6 cts.; James Bennett, extra fine, 30 head, 1 ,000 lbs ,6 cts; Andy McCord, 17 head, 1,500 lbs., 5 All or thaarcounta cts. Some sales of corn in the field have BEVr.KANCl; A (X). anil notes of CIIKNAUI.T. have been aulzoeJ in Mr. n. been made In this county at $2 K. Chenaull and placed in mr ninui lor collection. 1'irtlM knowing themtelrea fndlted tosild firm Register will saT coat and trouble by calling at mr office new ones purchased Irom them. !'.. IIOX. A. G. TATiBOTT, Ol Boyle, la a candidate for Speaker ot the next uoum oi iieprraeniauTes. ESTILL SPRINGS! placv for c UTiniSUUI Farm For Sale ! llawtntt Ukfsn rharr a! thla fsmatti bt coming stMon, I am now .. tinyriVat-Ki- NOTICE. Adjoining tho town of Ilradfordsvllle, Marlon county, Ky.,rentaln!g IIO Acre ol well Im- I bare a corpa o trained servsnts and will bs alls proved land; good two-sto- ry dwelling and sll necto furnish essary outbulldlsgs; good well, orchard and plen ty of shrubbery; large yard around the bouse. Satisfactory Acraramntlatloaa ml lea from Alio 12214 Aeresoflt mwr Land, i Farm, w hlcli I will sell very chea Cs or, or To all persona in pursuit of health or slsceius. The medicinal qualltlea of these) waters ara too auureaa it. Vnor, 163-- tr llradfurdsTille, Ky. well known to the people or Central Kentucky to need a description of their properties. The rates of board will be reasonable. For farther Information, apply to me at Irvine, Ky. Prepared to Receive Guests. School for Girls! IICKliiniiig9Iou(lay,Oct..l, 18S3, '' S. Jt. 1'KACSCK. - per-birr- el. I will teach a day school for girls In the Springs building In Crab Orchard,' And continuing S months, I wlil.be assisted by two conipetert teachers, one an Instructor la music. For further particulars, terms, Ac, apply .ui.i.1 xtuiii.-i- ' iiiir.uti, oiirer irceK, aj. BOTLE COUflTT. Dann'lle. Mr. Wm. Glllem and Miss Bettie Phil-lip- a obtained license to marry on the 8th Inst. Messrs. Jscob Funk and T. and Milling at oneo Jt. rni'TOX, Attamru. Mul, Hon be 14 MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Stock Men, Notice high; strong a We want a work In our Mines. compactly built Hudson tioned; aboutardyears old; welt brok and frea from C all bltmlsb. For fich a Mala we will pay a liberare dangerously ill at tho time this report al pries, cash, and want It Immediately. closes. AI.TA3IOXT C'OA I. CO.. 180East Vernatadt, Ky. Mr. Sam Hewey, of Tipton, Mo., who has been visiting friends in this county, Tax-lPnyer- .s! went home Monday. place iu An "Impromptu Hop" took Strango Things aro Happoningl Saturday the Clemens House dining-roonight, several Italians furnishing the mu- And alwava will: then do not lie aunrlaed it I Must J. and well propor- or Mare, lo to 13 banda Propr A Fine Blue-Gra- ss Farm 2, 1883, At -t Public Sale. This Old and Well Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Eoputation, AKD that I will sell at public outcry the farm on which I it Shall be Second to bo Country situated about 3, a ilea from Alanford, LinHotel in the State in ita Pare. coln county, Immediately on the turnpike road from Stanford toSomeraet,contalnlng 173 A Appointments., or AttenIt haa on It a comlortable and convenient dwelling tion to Comfort of abould call In tbe day time and get a hone or with six rooms, a kitchen, good bam and all their Quetts. outbutldlnsa. It Is cxcentlonallv wellwa- something rlw In liquidate your Indebtedness to sic. trred, there being 8 never railing springs, tine Sam McKce was tried Saturday even- tha (joinmonweaitn. i want money or goon cnecn. hundred acre of Ibis land la strictly No. 1 and the n-- t d. s. residue Is good crating altoteth'r It las very ex naagage nil be conveyed to ar.o. s. ing for shooting Isim Harris one week presal from tkedsaet cellent stock farm. Tnerels on the place au orch rreeorcharge. hpeclal acronmodatloms to to Commercial Travelers. The Bar will ka ard of about 100 young apple treea in run bearing vious, and acquitted. The pica waa sell or select iruii. Al me same lime ana on inepreni-la- ei always aapplled wltk ths choicest defense. will be also i o!d allmypeisonal property, contreads of Lienors sad Clgara. Steers, 2 Milk Oowi. 3 Dry sisting of 8 An enterprising hen belonging lo HorGO well brnl Ewei,2 Cows end other young Cattle, ace Fox hatched out a IIvo fourdegged Waggood work Horses, 10 bead of lions. I on, 1 Jersey Wagon, a Mowing Machine and Farmchicken last week. It is yet alive and well ing Implements generally. Also25 Aeresof Corn For tho arrest and delivery to me of In the Held and a lot of Hay In atacka. Terms all the legs being well developed. made known on day ol talc, Henry Hawkins, a student of Centre Win. Ilunnrsnn and James Rainwater. d Ja-l-d H USA fii A . 3tF.SF.FEE. College, bosrding at Mrs. Downton's, ber. II. XE1VLAXI), ITO-- tf came paral) zed Monday morning, having Jailer Lincoln County. no use whatever of his lower limbs. His father in Arkansas has been notified by Determined Xioolcoiit, ON TUESDAY, OOTC'BEE It Proprietor ii err. vaiivestki:, I Will Pay $25 ch FRANCIS HOTEL. ST. DEATHS 'The 0n a Of consumption, at the home of her son Aleck Martin, Sunday night, Mis. Harriet Haines, agerd Gl Y eager On Saturday morning last, Mrs, after an Illness incident to child-birtJohn Yesger departed this life. She possessed sll the characteristics that go to constitute a (rue snd noble woman, and waa lecognized aa a genetat favorite in her wide circle cf friends. She leaves an exceptionally kind, devoled snd indulgent husband and four children to mourn the loss of a mother, the truest friend ol earth. She had been a faithful member of the Providence lAptlst Church for a number of years, at which place her funeral was preached Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Iter. John L. Smith; from whence her remains were followed by a procession nearly a mile long to their final resti ng place in Danville's beautiful city of the dead. W. in-la- RELIGIOUS. Preeiding Elder lUnd will hold hi first Quarterly Meeting for the Conference year at the Methodist church here on the liJJ and 'SM of this month. Iter. II C. Morrison preached a feel ing farewell sermon Sunday and left for Conference yesterday. He has endeared himself to people of all classes here and there It a general hope both in and outside of his church that he will be returned t telegraph. The funeral of Mrs. Lizzie Yeager, wife of Mr. John Yesger, took place Sun day evening from New Providence Church, thence to the cemetery here. The attend ance was very large, the deceased lady baring many friends. Col. A. M. Swope was in town yesterday. Mr. If eber Craft, who haa charge of the adjustment of claims for the Illinois Central It, , with an office in New Or leans, waa in town Monday. Mr. Craft's ton Hugh is here at college. ltepresenlatire-elcct- , Wm. Berkelo, of Garrard county, has purchased the property of Ifobert Irwin, on tho Lexington road, three miles from town. There is a fine spring on this place, near which Mr. Berk-el- e proposes to erect a distillery. Sunday being the close of the conference year, Iter. W. F. Taylor, of the M E Church, South, preached bis farewell serSacrimental terrices were held at mon ulght. Mr. Taylor is very popular with his congregation and in all probability will be icturned to this church. Wakefield, Farris A Co. bought last week from Mrs. Sallie Bright 50 tons fine timothy hay ut $0 per ton. Mr. John It. Farris, of Stanford, and Mr. J. B. Gilmore, of Somerset, have lately become members of this firm, each taking a third interest. I). N. llioman sold his fine bsy mare on Friday to Graham, of Sumter, S. C, for J15. T. E. SMITH, Homoeopathic Physician, Sale of Fine Lands DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. llntde-ice- . Ctemena House: office opp. Central 00 AVIIEH near Olvens' Church adjoining the Nat. lknk. SdccIiI attention lo diseasea of women lend of Albert Smith, the Logan brothers, tleorge ra Kngleman and Wm. McAfee; said Imd la ricb. Ilea Having had this Dotal and children lor the past eighteen yeara. well, is well fenced, welt watered and in a high atate of cultivation. The other, the home tract, containing SIO From basement to garret, Lincoln AV11ES, aituateonhoth. .!! aldea of the Ill ...... U..bIa'I- - 1. Dm.. It hnin Han. . l.U ml WJ.V Late of Chenaull, Severance A Co., btantord, Kv., UU 2 miles A from .M.V. W U1I,C- - IIWW . Cities, ...... baa Intend to Shelby and Junction and In with on It a good substantial fruuo dwelling ot seven Flrst-CIas- H carriage-bouse rooms, good and CO.. other neceasarvbarn, granary,alt) a cood orchard. And leave nothing undone Marnier, to ths M. that will add buildings I oi porters and Jobbera ot Dry Goods, Notions, Ac, Thla tract la all euHcptibleol cultivation and la OF MY GUESTS. finely adapted to tbe raising of corn wheat Ac, COMFORT 639, 511 Main Street, Cor. Sixth, 37, andlaalao agrailng larm, has on it 4 never-fallin- g springs, la well fenced and will wake a dealra- XC. ICY. bio uome lor persona seeiing one. Aa Administrators with will annexed or Jackson (livens, deceased, we will on 1HH3, at his late residence In per SE1T.HH aell hla entire estate, real and Lin-co- in Co.. Kr. sonal, consisting of two tracts of land. One of I'JtlifAY, FORMERLY ASAPH, STANFORD, - - KY. I Keep it .TOS. SEVEIEJLNCE, Refurnished and Rcilttcd a Strictly J. ROBINSON & COUI8VILL Crab Orchard High School WIIL Open il Sloiulay in tfeiil., 18S3 J.IJKS IttCE. Board In private families yery cheap. Applications for a male Principal will be receircd. 173-1- 4 Scc'y. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS The personalty consists of 3 cows, 1 yoke oxen, 1 To patronlae me, aa I have bull, 2 yearling helfera, 1 buggy horse, 2 brood isNICKSAMl'LKKOOMS, every coavenlenesjucti Ac., for their useT marcs, 33 head ol yearling mules, 4 large work mules, 41 head of bogs and about 00 sboats; also 1 buggy, several sLarrs In Ibe D. II. T. P. Baggage Transferred to and from the Depot free of charge. wsgon, 1 oxIloa 1 , farming utensils, Olvs me a calL cart, 1 wheat drill, 1 Oiborne'rraper, 2 harrowa W. S, FRANCIS. Ac. 0 seres of corn in shock. Termi liberal and will be roaJo known on day ol sale PERSONALTY. Coiiitiicrcial Travelers Are oaVred . BIOTICE ! The hat In? bfCIl annotated AdlutU1 Istrator of the estate of V. 8. Kaunuian, deed., la now ready lo settle up same. All persona basing clal ma against laid cststn will preterit them, pron-erl- y rcrtlled. These indebted lo the estate will pieaao come lorwaru auu Tbero la for private aale a stock ol utiotitsr. airEss, 171-t- d j.s. airE.y, Amlnistrators, r fai- - LfiJ. THE MOST DESIIUBLE BOUTB TO CINCIBTNATI! -- DANVILLE- And decidedly the Popular Boute, aflerdlng, aa It does, less changes and superior accommodatlona lo Saddles, ITarnoss, Bridles, &o., &o. Miiiouri, Iowa, Eamai, Texas, The Saddle being the "celebrated Jemisoa niske." These Eoods will be sold for Ims than coil and on easy leruis. T eaaddle and hsrueu shop occu $176 a, KautTman prior to Ms death Is also pled The interior of the First Presbyterian tnr aale. Aliur., T, llustouvllle, Ky. Church is undergoing extensive repairs. t.rj ii Modern pews will tuke the place of the antiquated ones now in use and changes will be made in the galleries, the pulpit, Ac, in PLANING MILL COMPANY, Manufacturers of J. UUilllU, Administrator's Sale. I will aell aa Adru'r of V. 11. The North, Northwest snd Weet. la fact, tf yes con to inflate a trip in any direction, your inter eat will be beataerTrd br ourcbulnr vour tlck.u 1 K. C and Cincinnati. Pullman Palace Can; Ele gant new utj uiacnes, ana nenasoaeiy rurnlah-e- d liecilnlng Chair Cars lora the uneoualed equipments of this Old tollable, thereby making a trip orer thla Una one ot luiurioue comfort and pleaaurs. Try It. TIME TABLE. IN EFFECT JULY M. Booth. Lee. CoTlugton Ho. J. 10 lit. It. ,,, , k rap-Idl- g New-lau- d Your correspondent remembers a bashful youth who used lo attend thitchuich yeais ago, who never could conquer the embarthis work. rassment of facing the congregation as he The South Kentucky Association of entered thedcor, and who never could United Baptists, Mr. J. W. Jones, Clerk, walk up hill, aa he bad lo, In order (o reports a total of 1,221 members. During reach his seat, without ntumbllug. the year there? era 89 additions by bapLetter from Louisville. tism and 32 by letter. Sixteen died, 21 Louisville, Sept. 10. There is one were excluded, and 35 were dismissed by thing thst can be said with certainty of the letter, a net gain of 49 Greenberry,son of Mr. G. P. Bright, new Governor, and that is he is a man of goes, and waa rtcelved into the Methodist church his own mind aa the phrase equally true is it that he is under the doSunday, making 21 received during Mr. Morrison's pastorate of a year. Ha tells us minion of no tet of men in any way, shape be a man who keeps that hit salary waa more than paid up and or form. He seems to his own counsel nod does what he thinks all other assessments against the church knew his liquidated, save that of Foreign Missions, is best. It is said that no man cabinet until he was ready to announce it, and even that is in better shsfe than ever a day or so before tbe inauguiatlon. Msj before, The Kentucky Annual Conference of Cattleman, who was appointed Adjutant the M. K. Chuich, South, convenes al Cyn General had no sign from Mr. Knott until thlana next Thursday, and that of tbc tho Saturday night before the Inaugural Northern Church at liarbourrille on the when he was exiled to Lebanon to receive same day. Dishop Keener will preside some Instructions. Mr. Kincaid was tenover the former and Bishop Foster over dered the private Secretaryship tbe day the latloi. The Louisville Conference of before tbe Frankfort ceremonies. It is unquestionably true that neither of these the Southern Church will be held at officers applied directly or Indirectly to September 20. Her. Y. E Klrlly it erecting a beiuti-fu- l Mr. Knott for their appointments. The rsee for the Speakership of tbe cext collage near Shelby and Junction Cities and will more thither as soon as it Is com- House of llrpreseutativcs Is attract nj a pleted. The new church there will be fin- good deal of attention. The foremost canished In a short time, and the members didates arc believed lobe Col. Talbott, of Hays, dee'd, on Wo. S i. Ms. NATU11DAY. HEFT. 18. 1SSS IIuorH, Hithh. ltliutlH, lVituIow Hud Door at the lite residence of the detedent, situated on tbe turnpike leading from Blanlord to lluitonville and 7 from tbe latter. IK miles from the furiiier belonging estate to said all tha personal proptfiy In part ol subject lo sale, 9 head of line cattle among them, cowa, steers, uiuie con. helferaandl bull. 3 Head ot noises, iHeld, farui-l- n 4 stacks of hay, M acrea com lb the iit.nhll. Aa Aa. Terma made kuowu on day ol aale- s Frames, a a Arr. I'arta-..- m. II Lea. Parla.......!!! 19 a Arr. axlngton.M..U 08 p " " talmouth Cyatblana iliis m .... 19 19 Souana Moltl-liigs- ., Lie. Parte. Scroll S'hw Verli-,Tiirii-- Administrator. Theaberltl will sell at ths earns lime and place I'U-t4W bushels of wheat. about aa.a an, Arr. Mayevllle., . il Lie. r.rls Winchester It Lancaster . Arr. Mtaniord June Nosmi. " " Mllleraburg. . Cullalo - . ... m J 40 p m m a 18 p m S 19 p m m I 10 p aa . IHpa 19 00 p m .,, a ,.. . , ItOpm 7 00 pn .... . . , " " X!chuiood lupin 140. 1. a lu S 19 pm -- ,,.,p hi 7 19pm ... 10 10 IMsa 140pm OS p is ltiB LHtho Werk, p aa It M p aa M p a HMpia Mo. IS. Mo. 8, 8 Mpm Central University Or ! l'loerlHg, CcilliirMVeHtk- Lumber, Lee. Stanford June 4 49a m 8 10 a m Lancaster ... IMpsa CsLiKaa FIillosu.i.1iy, T.cUcrts A Hciciico, crbe:mlliiK, DrexHcil " hlcbmond. " Winchester Arr. l'atla... Lie. Waisrllle Carlisle.. Air. aarisu. Lie. lalojlou ' Parle. . Mllleraburg . RICHMOND, KY. Next session will opeoTucedsy, fcpt. II. UU. ADVANTAUK1. a t t Ma a t 00 pas 8 Mpsa m 7 to pm 8 30 a in 814 pm I 00 p sal. tliiau: 7 89 a u SO OSpaa And other 7M 8 80 ef able and eipeilsnesd In. A 1'ull structori; comprehensive couiseol study and thorough instruction; i'0itctbeaa of buildings aid apparatus. -- Tbe community Is dlstln coast, gulshrd for Its refiued culture and buipllallty, ana youug wen Bod homes In the Wat laullle. Mat a lleenaed saloon In town. lllchmon I Is al lU4LTiirut.na.M0if Locivtos an elfiMloo of more Ibau SM feat aboee tbe Ohio .k.I Cm- - Sri.... .11 .n.l.rl.l ItlHuollC. lUcbmoud Is tbe toogrsphlcal AritaaluiLITr centre ol the State, and la wltbtn a few boui.' ride byialluf Umlstllle, Clucluuatl, Kuoxillls snd Building Material Also Ualwala t,l.. FmiuiiiK liiiiubcr! alere CU. m 8 81 p m m 454 p m Arr. Covington, 1141am 8 80 p m No. Lv. Lei. 8 00 a m. Arr. Mays f kits SO a as No, Lv. Msyssllle 8 10 a m. Asr. Lea. 8 N a as No. 87 Lv. Lex. 6 tl p in, Arr. Mayaillls Lv. Mayaillls t 00 p m, Arr. Lex. 4 08 p aa No. No, 8 Lv. Cos. S M p m. An, Falmouth 7 80 p as aa No. a Lv. Falmouth IS a m. Air. Oar. 8 HI Hoe. 8 and 4 dally between Klehmosd, Lrutwtoa and Covington; sll others dally sxaeft gaasaj. , " Ciuthtana., " Kalmuuth 7 8 80a S Ma 10 04 a pm t 44 p 18 in., 4oa u t 88 pm m 8 IS p as a ml am it it IMpa t In Us A Mttery II0O per sunutu, tnd lu the beat families iroui U to It per week. Total necessary Ut tbe lOmontba, from llMMo iJl'J. lor full lufurmatloa and catalcgua apply to Moosaavst KarsaK.-llca- Chattanooga id Af to Ws keep Call ou us or writs for prices stock and will do our beat to please yod In prices lnformatloo PSrtalaUs to Vorltek.ta. rate and and quality ol material. f time, connections, Ac. call on or a44fm W. B. MCHOBEHW, Speolal Rated Emigramta. AM Q. W. 8CXDER. O. DAXrtLLK 1'ZAXtXO MH.U Panrllle, Ky. -t Cfaauoallor, Osa UrSa.7rH.Aj . y. U MftWM, tVs mmtsu "'yWTf r. TT iHHlWrt 3 ffliT.. v V Jfit& 1 '' H Til exportation n taloo, mMi and other vegetables I nun tlenn tiv this country has conntnutly iner Ih to die," ere tho last words of ttw a fellow of niostssingular temperament, sines it begnj last fall. On Menm vli'brnteil Wm. Ilunlcr; and and was known on tho plains as Wild look 8.19,1 of a'.', Twssky Mwniiis, Sefttenlref 11, 1883 (miii XIV. Mirgron, is recorded as saying, with Bill, albeit his actual namo was .T.imei tour ithn lnv' stioo left with ( 'i thought dying had Hickok, Wild Bill, nndor circtumtan-ce- s Imdirl of i ntatn . U.irl ) hoid ins Inst breath, ui m A JAMAICA HRKAKFAST. Lorn rnoro difficult," of pArlfculsr aggravation, shot and bsge and !li) ings of turnips. as it may aocni nt Ant sight, Hranffo That the painlessness of death is killed a dnqicrado in Missouri. Yeaw evwjboiljr In tlio West luduw cats very living to somo benumbing inllucnco act- -' afterward, Bill becamo a member of VrtiMovT hai a model farmer. I pjftrgo rannl. Tlia climnto la so hot you mg on tl.o en ry nerves may bo in- - IliiiTitlo Bill's droll theatrical compiuy, do s lit own work on tlio faun, mm. I ' mutt Uko food freely to ninko tip for Lfwml from tho fact that untoward ox- - and, iu compliance with the story of tho khiiiU bin winter eeliingn at knit i . ' ''kmt; Mil the )jotIto lint to lo attain- tinml surroundings rarely troublo tho play, hid t recat every night iqioii and tuning. Hti evening work im f r orloly of illalies, m dying. the stngo tho killing which, m n reality IhU wint r conihti of f.nr puirn or ' wett m by tho copioui ttso of (bono very On tho day that Lord Oollingwood had mado him famous. Bill watched double. milton, quilt cmtnitng U'.M deUciom lltrfo ml ami yellow bird pephrratlicd his last tho Mediterranean was tho first rehearsal patiently, then ho pieces and one containing 1,525 pieo-K- , pers, A fowof llioso tempt iu frails tumultuous; those elements which had went to tho stago manager. can't and ho is engaged on another calico wo placed in the tall collar at eTery been tho sccno of his past glories roso kill that thar chap, no how," quoth Meal ; nttd, vrllk the bright. tropical and fell in swelling undulations and Bill. "Why not?" inquired tho manflowers whleh tevwiiibly girnN't tho Altiiocoii an official declaration and Hcenicd as if rocking him to sleep. Copt, ager. "Well," said Bill, tranquilly, table in pretty specimen varo , Ihcy t'liornwi ventured to ask if ho was "Buffalo slings him arouud In tho first a commemorative medal nnnounco that giro a gcRcml rir of pleasant ro t'ictio by the tossing of tho ship. "No, act, and Macdcr clips him in tho car in tho Cologne Cathedral is practically refinement to tho wholo arrangement, rimmos," he answered, " 1 am now in a tho second act, aud Mm. Maedcr drives complete, a certain amount of decora Iireskfast is a really solid nml luibsinii-tin- l titU Mint nothing can disturb mo more him out of tho ranch with a broom In tion eonhldcnib'o in tlio aggregate, repast, umally put ofT until half-pa- I mi dying, mid lam sure It mast bo tho third act. Then I've got to kill him though insigiiiflrnnt in comparison with 10 or 11 ; tho pongs of pressing consolatory to you and all that lovo mo nftcr all in tho fourth act. Why, I nev- the wholo vast work still remains to bo htwger being stilled lieforo tho early tobec how cumfoitihly am coming to er Killed such a coyoto as that in my applied. The Linden Echo thinks that I morning cnutw by a cup of coffeo in tho my end." In tho Quarterly Ucvlcxo lifol It's all wrongP pardner I It's all another generation may pass away beledroom. . thero is related an instance of a criminal wrong making him out such a squaw-ma- n foro tho structure, with all its world of With it comes sometimes a casa 'io cfenped death from hanging by tho as all that. By goll, sir, ho was detail, will bo declared pcrfost. cake, ono of tho best Jamaica instituiviiking .f tho rope. ITcnry IV. of tho biggest gentleman I over shot 1" tions, made by tho negro villagers from Almost every Stato iu die Union has Franco sent his physician to examino Although ho carried n dozen bullets, tho roughly-scrape- d been compelled, at ono timo or another, meal of tho arrow- him, who reiortcd that after a moment's more or less, deeply imlieddod in his to overhaul root plant. This seal is rolled into a suffering tho man saw appearance its lunatic asylum for tho liko flesh, Wild Bill never sustained an inan purpose of correcting outre geous abuses. thin pasto and then baked hard and dry fire, across which appeared a most beauHo was killed, while ternal wound. into round cakes, about tho thickness of tiful is tho Stato of Maino that is undergoarenno of trees. When n pardon playing card, by a scoundrel who, for It ing tho oxiierience at present. It Is tho a Scotch oatmeal bannock, but much was mentioned tho prisoner coolly re- 3500 paid him by gamold story, apparently. Un watched offmorcy delicate in Usto. Thus refreshed plied that it was not worth asking for. blers, sneaked up behind Bill aud blew ono' manages to get over tho timo until icials became autocratic, arrogant aud Thnso who lmvo been near death from Ills brains out. Bill wai, strangely 11 o'clock breakfast ; and then tho table tyrannical,, and the unfortunates suf drowning, aud afterward restored to enough, a very honest and courageous in a hospitablo planter's houso positiveassert that that tho dying fellow, who, in his oflico of Marshal, fered. When will the peoplo learn that no man or body of men can safely bo ly groaas under the weight of its viands. suffer but httlo pain. was tho terror of tho "crooked" gam 'Moatu thew aro fearfully and wonderIriuted to tho burdening influences of On )t, Marryatt states that his sensa-I'- .. biers of tlio Territory. Tho fully made, must allow, but their vaprison aud asylum life without thecver-prcscat ono timo when nearly drowned ins examination of his remains exriety is certainly astonishing. consciousness that the public pleasant ' Tea.'fcoffe'o, claret, and, abovo all, rum ere rather struggle for than otherwise. plained his immunity from icnetmtivo has a watchful eye upon them? The llrst lifoonce over, It was discovered that uHiliwater; fisli, fresh and salt, and " twleo laid ; meats, hot and cold, fresh the water closing around mo assumed his ribs wero welded together, tho interIr is on record iuOermauy that in tho the appearance of waving green fleldn. costal cartilages and muscles having and eggs in lnvil272 Tears no fewer than 52.1 theaters ,' and salt ; pepper-po- t, It h not n feeling of pain, His lungs mid heart, therefore, have been burned down in various parts abundance. As a rale, tho meal consists tint seems liko sinking down, overpowwere naturally protected by a cuirass of 'of .tiro or three courses, ending off with of the world. This is an average of ered by sleep, in tho long, coft grass of lionc. Such was tho wonderful rnpidiiy curried ehiekes or cray-flsnearly two per year. During tho past over which the cool meadow." with which Bill could draw his pistol century thero was largo a couple of iucreaso in tho eggs aro broken a Now, this is precisely tho condition that, oven iu tho sudden death which on each plate. Bombay ducks," those presented in death from disease. ixrcentagti over the preceding time. For befell him, ho had timo enough and queer little Indian dried fish lrom the tho 100 years tho total uumbcr was 1C0, comes on, tlio mind loses senso enough to put his hand upon tho s of tho total for tho moro than Indns, sometimes accompany it on tho of external objects, and 272 years. For tho criod including beepmre'a table. They are baked quite consciousness and placidly ensues from butt of his revolver. death rapidly tween 1771 and 1828 tho average was hard in tho oven, and then broken up to xspliyxia. A JJDJfJJV'jr WISDOM. eat;with tho curry. To finish all, more thirteen per annum. Somo of tho minor Arab literature is full of nnecdotos of features of these statistics aro as follows : marraaktdc, home mado or imported, to M.tKixa sioxur. the square mile, is probably eaten in tho ' Homo pcoplo can hardly make a liv- wise and sober men who havo reproved Of cities London, with thirty-onfired, West Indies than in any other part of ing, aud tome lay-- up money. Why is their dissolute " betters." Hero is ono leads the list; Paris, with twenty-ninthe British dominions. lielgravla. it? Into n villago of a few hundred in- of tho kind. A certain King went to follow h her; then comes Now York with and found thero an twenty six ; then San Francisco with habitants a young man came and was visit a "HOW JIILK SHOULD HE TAKEX. intelligent-lookin-g youth, who, after re twenty-one- . While Bjrnum's placo of employed as clerk in tho store ; ho lived Milk is a food that should not be taken plying sensibly to a number of questions amusement in New York has been so there fifty years and laid up 8100,000. in copious draughts like beer, or other Other men worked as hard, but did not put to him by tho sovereign, at length often burned down, Astley's in London fluids, which differ from it chemically. addressed tho latter, saying: and tho Grand Ojiera in Paris havo each lay up money. If we consider tho uso of milk in in" You havo asked mo many things ; been destroyed four times. Her MajesNear that villago was a largo and fancy, tho physiological ingestion, that beautiful form. Tho owner of it hod it I will now ask you ono. At what ty's, Drury Lono and Covcnt Qardon is, of it, we find that the sucking babo sleeper enjoy his sleep have been three times burned. Numer from his father. He did not drink nor period does a imbibes little by little tho natural food ous other London theaters could boast of gamble, and yet ho could not make a most?" provided for it. Each small mouthful Tho King reflected awhilo and said : two serious fires. On tha London list living, end so borrowed money, and to is secured by effort, and slowly prcsent-..fe- d tho oldest theater conflagration is tho mortgage on tho form. " Whilo he is actually sleeping." to the gastric mucous surface for tho secure it gavo a " That cannot be," said tho madman, Globe', on Bankslde, which was de ' In n fe w j ears tho farm was sold and ho .primal digesth o stages. It is thus regho has no perception whilo stroyed in 1G13. ularly and gradually roducod to curd, and was obliged to movo away. A Scotch- asleep." money, and with a ajhe stomach is sot oppressed with a man, nith but little New England and " tho Athens of "Then, beforo ho goes to sleep," said lnrgo family, passed by and saw tho milk. lump of Tho America " will scarcely bo prepared to was vacant and struck a bargain tho King. eamo principle should bo regarded in houso "How can ono enjoy nny thing," believo that young Nebraska leads the Ho began to work, to the caso of tho adult. Milk should be with tho owner. " beforo it comes ?" United Slates in tho ratio of intelligence, save and to pay, and iu ten or twelve asked tho madman, slowly taken in mouthfulsat short in"Then," said tho King, "after ho has yet this fact will bo shown by tho census ho was the entire owner. Then tervals, and thus it is rigidly dealt with years leporls. Only 1.73 per centum of her been asleep." by the gastrio juice. If milk should bo lie went on and laid up monoy, and is "Nay," said tlio madman, "a man ptpulatiou aro illiterate, Ohio comes 'taken after other food, it is almost sura now a rich man. next, with only 2.71 per cent.; Illinois The ait of making money is one that eannot bo said to enjoy a thing that has is third, with 3.15 per cent, of her popto burden tho stomach, and to causa passed away." should bo carefully studied. If you discomfort and prolonged indigestion, So pleased was tlio King with tha ulation illiterato; then como in order and lend it out at G per Mid this, for tho obvious reason that take a dollar New York, with a percentage of 3.28; cent, interest, it will double itself in other's wit that he determined to make thero is insuflicient digestive agency a companion of him, had a table set in Pennsylvania, 3.11, and then Massachu-seltto. dispose of it. And, tho better the sixteen years. If you take a dollar and front of tho window of tho L21. Tho highest percentage of quality of the milk, the more severo the buy something with it, and then sell aud bade hit attendants hand a cup of illiteracy is iu South Carolina, whero discomfort will bo under these condi-.- , that at n profit, and so keep doing, you nine to himself and ono to his mad 32.32 per cent, of tho population cannot iucrunso your capital. These three ways tlo&s.. friend. " You drink your cup," said tho n ad and whero less than 45 cents per Milk is insufficiently used in making arc tlio foundation woys of ' i'n,.ita per year is expended for ednca-t- i All business is in ouoof theso latter, " that you may become liko mo ; niuiplo puddings of such farinaceous uul purposes. It may bo said of all Those who succeed tho but if I drink mine, whom shall I be foods as rice, tapioca and sago. Dis- tlirco forms.. thoStatiHof tho Northwest that th"y liko?" taste for these is engendered very often, ln'st aro thoso who know tho most about Tho King, ,n hearing this speech, brought with them their old New notions of education and I believe', becauso tho milk is stinted in what they do.- - --School Journal. throw away his cup, and remained a making them, or poor, skimmed milk them upon the communities It is said that the cost of living for total abstainer forevermorc. nipple-Urn- 's vh ro they settled. And it cannot Im used. Abundance of new milk should collcgenien at Harvard who Journal. make their be employed, and mora milk, or cream, iippourauce in the best society is hss than gratifying to note tho results, not less should be added when they are taken. lceially when wo tako iuto nccouiit th in 31,500 n year, and at Ynlo it is Tun medicine croo shows no falling In Scottish households this matter ii l,:Mi(i. TliU is uot for extravagant in- - off. More bottles to tho achcr than tlio largo foreign population found in well understood, and a distinct pudding-platvjry new State, and tho struggles with ' .in ds either, but for thoso who aro sver." is ued like a small soup-platoveity Hut aro. aluays tho lot of the Moderate in their desires. HELLS (IX SIIEEV. i iouour. for this course. Tho dry messes comMr. James S. Qrinnell, writing in the JiuaarA's dkm: monly served as milky puddings in EnA itECE.vr Washington dispatch says According to official statements tho Springfield J'epubllcan of bells ou gland are exactly fitted to creato disgust concerning tho alleged discrepancies iu for what should be a most excellent and condition of tho Russian stato debt at sheep as a protection against dogs, gives the census : There is troublo ahead in delicious part of a wholesoma dinner for the beginning of 1880 was as follows; this illustrative experience : " A goo! farmer in Leyden, Mass., tho census office unices they can explain The consolidated debt entered in the e both children and adults. Popular great book of tho stato amounted to who keeps about a dozen excellent eomo oty disagrccablo things wliicb Monthly. . have recently como to light in connec' a cm i o us 1'iiun vxiiAwr mar-- " JC15,127,000, together with 84.CO0.0O0 Southdown ewes, always belled, was Dutch gulden, 120,CGO,000 silver rubles, grieved and surprised ono morning to tion with tho samo. Tiie mojt glaring erm.iar.s. Tho Ktirope, of Brussels, publishes and 1,358,320,000 paper rubles, making find that dogs had raided his flock, rors havo liceu discovered, and equally , some curious statistics of suicides ataltogether 102,078,000. Tho floating killed two, mangled others, and scat- - glaring things dono to cover them up. tributed to unhappy marriages. Ac- debt was X68.170.000 and 288,270,000 tered tho rest. On collecting his little Tho manufacturers' division recoutly recording to this statement, in Sweden, paper rubles, making altogether dock into the yard after a day's scorch ported their results, aud they gavo as out of every 1,000 suicides, those of 10 ho found that tlio tonguo was lost from their footings 05,000,000 moro pounds If to theso sums wo add men and 21 women wera said to have fer uncovered paper monoy, wo tho bell. This was replaced, and novcr of flour manufactured than tho agriresulted from matrimonial misunderfind that the total amount of the Rusaiau since liavo his sheep beon worried. Tho cultural division rcportod pounds of standings or incompatibility of temper. stato debt is 490,080,000. experiment is bo simplo and cheap that wheat grown. Tho division of flual results fouud tho contradictions and a In Norway tho figures wero 21 men and it is worth trying." talk was held in regard to it. Strangely 18 women ; iu Prussia, 18 nion and 01 LKUUXIXU CUtTTERS. enough tho figures of tho agricultmal women ; la Saxony, 28 men and 29 u omNO MOIIE " EXUORTERS." wonder," said a nativo to a Northdivision was accepted as against tho dien ; iu Italy, 75 men and 70 women ; iu ern traveler on a North Carolina railTho "Exhortcr" of tho Methodist France, 138 men and 1C1 women. It road, ' did you belong to a critter regi- Episcopal Church is said to bo rapidly vision of manual iturcrs, and tho lattor had to bo cut down to suit the amount is remarked, that tho largest number of ment, or was you a footman? Wo bocomiug extinct. Tho disappearance of wheat grown. Iu this way tho flour .theso Buioidcjt occur iu Trance and Italy, didn't mind them so much, but them of this order of men is not owing to the roport of Ohio was very ct usidcrubly whero divorce dotw not exist. 'ere critter soldiers were lightning when want of a field in which they may opworo those of Indi-unerate for tho field was novur broader, roducod. So, also, Tim Illinois dog law requires the they got arter a fellow's cattle, pigs and Illinois uud Minnesota. Tho figI have seen many a ouo of nor moro in need of such a scrvico, than ures of Indiana wero reduced 0,000,000 owner of every dog to pay a tax of $1 chickens. 'em who could milk a cow iu the mouth at this time but to tho decadence of therefor, to bo collected ui other tnxosa pounds. Tho result of tho whole thing deep and clear convictions for sin among This mouey goes into a hoparato fund of a cantccu on a keen run without spillis that confidence has boeu hint iu many professed Christians, and tho sense of to r;iuiuiiniO tho owueri of 'sheep that ing a drop." of the returns (A the Censui Uuro.iu, tho fearful danger incurred by living may bo killed by dogs. Auothor exmid much injury has bevu done the UOWIO LAXDA UASH. without repentance and faith. With siu cellent proyisiou is that, if tlio owner of of tho millers who have proAn Eastern publisher has sent us a reduced to a misfortuno, aud hell to a dog is known uud U circular asking us to buy a " Book of a sheep-killinThere does uot seem to be nyth, the occupation of tho Exhortor is duced flour. ailrut, tho proceedings shall lo against tho Black Bass," which gives all tho any reason why tlio agricultural divUion New York Mcthoilltt. him for tho Kmh; otherwise the loss is particulars of how to land a bass after jono. figures should bo accepted, as thoso of - mado good from tho dog fuiid. ero thoy havo been hooked. Well, if any A Fuemcii gentleman, who supposed the division of manufacturers . "1 uAvtc more man one genfrom responsible h nireex, mid in ono over sees us with a big boss on a ho had mastered tho English language, ius," aayH Oliver Wendell Holme, hook, waiting to read a few pages in a a as suddenly puzzled ono day when a most cases from the miller llieini v. h. "high deckod, full freighted, wide book licforo wo can find out how to pull frieud lookod at him and said : " How Undoubtedly New York has "the Mulod, gay peMouod, that, but for the him iu, thoy can lake our clothes. mean, finest olico force in tho world." One We do you do?" "Do vat?" hare, toiling arms, ami bravo, warm, fchall just lot nature tako its course. how do you find yourself?" "Salr, I of them urreMvd a boy for walking ou htSt'lNtr heart of the faithful little wife Milwaukee Sim. never loses myself." " But how dp you tho grass iu Central Park, and, when that nestled closo U Ills shadow and The tho Justico inquired how the culprit ttrMigthtiilag properfeel?" "Smooth yo justicdiae." clung tobiiu, so that no wind or wuvi ties of Iron, combined with otbfi tonic Edison's E'ectrio Light is a wonderful could walk on the grass with six inches am' a amid part tkeui, would soon have gone Csrtff's most perfect troilse, re fousd in wonderful u Hall's of suow ou tlio ground, protested that Iron Pill, which strengthen (he dIcoTerr,lut not 4owti tb stoeMa wd beeu hcuid of u. wm end Udy, inprort lb Wood CsUrrh Cum, For sale by Ytanj & Mc ")iU footprints spoiled the appearance mora." m eowpUihw. of the snow 1" AllK. a .ronr or wit.n nttw is to run. Moir cijir " If I had strength to hold a pen, I Wild Bill wm ono of tho " gcnliin would writo how cosy and delightful it Indian scouts" of Oen. Cinder. Ho wi it a r, TO THIS PUBLIC We lll now CHCRCH WRKCTHKI. ererT Buntjr T. C. Honlmn, mornlnti aim ITO-l- J. no.HI.TSY. V. wotjHTOM aitiNnma.-- rr ' tlentloa t-o- H "I B' "I Handay School at .M a. 11, K. K. Barrow Superintendent. I hare thalullrtt and .beat lino of Kurnllnraol C" HTUrTTIArT. Worahlp hv tha ronareaatlon or-aIrd't day rrearhlnt bj )r. J. W. Ooa trerr Jetcrlpllfin ever tahll.llrd In Rlanford.at a onrVeond and I'ouilh tard'a dart. BundiyHchool alroll lhroiih my atnra will prore. My price, are Jot. Heteranre, rtupcrlnlendent. at a. low at llhill.r rot. tun 1 lii(hlln th.rltlef, A inlUMt rewanl Willi alao eapahl. nlneclar nU f.ir Information KlVTr:ilIAN, MIUTIl'ltar. T lT."MffT-- I. a act on hand a lull Una of demonttratlon. I aim lix.llnt io th ilrtoellnn ol roy, uie Hundar Hehonl at M0. John W, keep 1A- - " Hall (mloruri IVnilleton, ITS. UOrillllB heot,rtiirerlntendent. Union Prayer Meellnjon ami rtmifrr olonr whleh Unlli ha ill.l not imnnl for wh-- n our fnt In Wedaeailax nlahta. CaloodN! SUnforJ Intra iftrl.po. H. IIHt.IXU Ay VO And am ready to terra lunerala pronudly with a lhlc(o, til a nice, new llearw. We rronilM to glee Mtlihrtlon, (ml whra dMtrxt will (Ire rment t'lnqr for Vbftl. cn mik (liber holteJ or tmbollM tnrtl. HIM MrAI.INTl-.A NAI.f.KI;. nlhteitfit Ihe thirl. rrjr Melln trerj Thur!T nltht. Huo.kf School t t:0 a. M. Rt. H. C Morrloon, t)iiprrlntMi1enl. J. M. BArTISTHaT. KourthBacca, Paator. HetTlrea Sundaja, mornlrf and nlht, Irar Meetlnf atery Wadneadav afwr-noo- n. MKTHOIIIST, SOUTH Rar, H. Hsusa Paintsr & Paper HTANrOK". .n jar Kf FurnlturE. Information 1VnntMl. l. lire Parlnna !.. IJiHlcHnkciV J, ROBBED trttru. (oiix-- 1 (rare. Whtth po'HI'.lr anl ThoiiMndioraram aro annoillf robbnt olthflf OPERA HOUSE. -- victim., Il?m proloncnl, happlncManJ hflth re- tiorni 117 uk 01 in. (rrai 8TANTinD. 1Y.- - Orders by Telexraph Promptly Attended to. m-iH- st other dlwawa Ihit dlninM.offllon,pnmlurokt fre by mall. rniiwiitlr f urn Initio. ol any kind,) Ariul-nn- f tml all dlw-- rt Ih.i follow a )ii.oco(rvir-.buw- , at lot. of rnrrtr, kMOl mnnorr, unW.ri.l I.MltuJr, p. in In In. b.ok, GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R! W.. r, WALTON, . - Proprietor. B. K. WEAREN. Blteof8ta-e3ftiM- flfcnrm, llrr bj tier . F.Uht complete eeti ot Been, ery (leailna raparlly, Inrluillna aHtry. 100. Ileawnahla ralet to too. I attraction.. Addreaa aa akora. for tlrralari with Th. lSVtllOHATtHl la told at for II, ur all lat,ortlx drnaalala, orwtlllM tent free 1.7 null, aecur.lj ealo.1, on rrrtlpt if prlr, r addmalna CIIK.M'.Y. 113 Adamt atmt, Toledo, Ohio. Sola ai.nt for tin United Klate.. Ji) t't Irxl to ron.umpllon and a "' rn.n; e A L l. li Stanford Female College. STANFOUI). KY. With N V.. 131-- 1 a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL TIIK nniNCHKH OP A Thla Inilllutloo will open lla Thirteenth rVeaalon ontb.I.l Monday In Kplemlr neat. ffOSTETTE I GLOBE rii.Hiiruiiou Coiupnny! blood-mouo- y THOROUGH ENGLISHC0UI.3E Araorlenn Aneti, $9,212,737 81 Are lauiht, aa well aa Lonei Mid ia 31 yean In U. 8. exceed 131,000,000.00 MU8IU. TUB XiANOUAOKO. D1IAW. INQ AND FAINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. lit; In Tuition, price, ranie from t23 Io IM In lb regular lerlroenu. rlnarr, 129, Intermediate rreparauuy, t0, and Otllnrlat, KO. Par full particular., aa to Board, Ac , addreaa HMN. N. V. THIIKHllAKT. TlMrl.l, Aunwra, unram uo,, kj, Solid, I'roHtpt ami llonnratilr. l'aji loiacs Tf ll limit 0U ilajh' Ularonat. Dooi the Leading American IVIItleawillttnby BasineH. I n nt bnllet-wouni- JOHN MIX M. PHILIPS, PIRhT-n-A- Agent (irill.ll III- soft-boile- d four-fifth- in terer and nirne nutricta, In Iroplcnt ami other rreiona ullnl bjr rldrmlc, and indeed in all iuculltlea where the eorxll-lon- a aro unfurorablo to health, thia TrirtUblo lntrlfrorant and alleratirr, Stomarh llltiera hat been lloaletter'a found a iratent aafepinnl even to feeble coutllutlont and fragile frainea, whilo aa a cure fur Indlireatlon, blllnuaueaa nnd Lin-Urcomplalnla. It la without a rival, lor aale by all DrujrKlatt and iClucralljr. 6TTERS CARTER'S I HALL'S RrUARRH 13 llECOMMEHPED HY - ttlMI'ANIRH at Ihe tame afeney. Ilalea reauoable "ITtONON JtOIITJE." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago RJM rHTCinAUq nlo Railway. Palace TO o e, mad-hous- i Vm ITTLE PILLS. rH IVER - oner Citnrrh of tho Naeal Cntlty-ChroUlcerntltel Catarrh of tho Car, Cro or Throat. It la taken INTCRNALLVond note DIRKOTLY upon tha Blood and mucoun Duniicea or vno etyaiem. it II tho heat Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, nnd la worth ALL that la charged far It, for THAT alono. oujuaai TDK it.XI.r LINK;itUNIN(l Pullniiui -- Cars! ANI) SOLID TIIAIN3 LOUISVILLE NoTira.-Iaawncera CHICAGO! Enoi-vt!l- iW7 INIERHAl CURE FOfCAIARRB Ctclc Ileadaeho and rulers all tho trouble. Incident to a biliooa .tatoot tho arautn.tucii at llta-ttn- e, Nao-e- a, Drowalneea, IJl.tm. after eatlnir, In tho Side. Ac. Whilo their moat remark-all- J CUBE fc- tucccaa -t Ui-- thown to curing "or thlaannoylnsccmvlauit.wlule ther alao correct all dleordra of tho atomaeh. atlmulalo tho litre fadnculaietholiomla. iltcnlf they only eud Tfeadae hr.xrt Cartrr'eUtUo Llrer Mia are eijoany Tsluablo In Conau--uon- , curler and rimentlnf SICK JAi!Kirrai lloute" and go through to And wo offer Ona Hundred Oollnrw tor nn Cnao of Cnmrrh It will not Ouri. (JrccHMstlc. Cranfonlstlllc, WIIX CUKi: ANY CAN II. anil L'hlcng-- nlthout change. Oflico of A T UnwaRT It Cbvl Cntcioo, 111 . Juoo 4, lord. TIMK TAI1LE. ittUT. F. J. Caeneyd? Ux, Tulrdo. O. UtnUtmrn.-- l tloauni la llf.Tiniirr you j" Vt)j. j Wily. BTAIIO.N3. that I Lata utod Ilall'a CnUrth Cure, ll baa rami mo--- 1 waa very lad -- and don't Imitate to Lt. Inu.nu J 41 au aay thatllwIUrurvanyraaeof L'atarrb If talrn 1 01 a Air. tlrreoeaii le. la 1 01 pm Your tnilr, properly. 2 OS am IM pm " Crawfurd.tllleu J. IL Waumcaroao. " lafirelt. I II am 4 11 pm M WORTH 810 A IIOTTLi:. Chlrimo .. I W am a M pm Have ruvl K HcnruT.Jaclacn, Hk-Iu-, write . IIjII'h Catarrh Cure cured Tatatrh for Sdyt-araThe moat direct root, with onlr one thanroof IXulder It worth SltXCOaliottle. aix. rera,toall polaula Wlwon.ln, Mlnoeaota, Iowa, I B'fiol.l by all Dnurrrt at . rt lotllo. KtbraakafAe For lorther lulormatloo. addrtaa (XX Manutartiirr.1 aoil aoMbr P J CIIKXUY HUHKAI KC.LLLII, (I, I", A., aXa I'nntiiton, TOIXUO, OUIO. Its- LoaUtllla, Ky For aale In Slanfard by fanny A Uc A Utter. In llm to ryiN thk Frarlit, e lrom the ItranchotU A H. K, It. arrlre In Lool.ttlle late Ihtetenlag train of Ihe "Moaoa lrajttle ti.i .... tn lt .. rr '' Aeho Iher trcmld bealmott prlcdera la thoao wh lr tuff, r from thla dlUreMlnc computet : bat form-natetheir Roodneta doea not end hire, and thoMle nllla who onco try them will find thew little 1 In to many waja that they will not wttllat touowutosttbcm. Uutancr all tick bead HEAD ACHE Afflicted, Attention Dll. GANN'S REMEDIES FOIl THE MILLION. MANUFACTI'IIP.0 BY W. K. OANN, M. D., I THE ORCAT MONTICZLLO. KY. The world It Oiled with the wonderful, Uraull-fand Intricate Intention, ol man. vet all tha eoiuldned talent and jenlui that the world ha.er- er anown naaneter pnaiueeo anytntoc mat can compare walh 'llr. (lann'a lleroedlea." Medical kill and aelenee hate, at jel. 111 led to dlacoeer an thing coual to them, for tha cure of tho for which they are rerounuended. Aa their virtue and um are praiard by tbouund. Ihrouah-ou- t the lennth and breadth ol tb land, and aa Htandard Kaiullv Medicine., they cannot I an I are lull aubatantlated by the llronf eattcatlmonlala. For Cbufha, (.'olda. Croup, llronrblllt. Conautap-Ho- n and all Diwaaeaa ol the Throat and Luuj t, Through Trunk Line mad-hous- of ro It Ihetunn (ja many Urea that hera la where we boa.U Oar plila euro It whUo maio onr money-makin- othera do Out. t'artcr'a Llttla LI" Wle arc wry jmilt and Tcry caty to take. One or two tUla makea dote. They aro ttrictly rcjiahla and do not tripe or aerUm pb aeo all who rarer, bat by th Ir oforI. bold li.othem. In tlaetrrn-a- t cr auit Ly tLid. by Cittjslita cvtry Uue, C.VltTKU MEIIiriVR CO.. Xeir York. d Vitfiout Change and with Speed Uarltale. SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE Una J)r. Gann'ii CuiikIi Syrup. THE BBSS OF ALL For Liter Com plalnt,Pytpeptla, Indlge.tlon.Jaun-dice- , Couatljiatlon, Hour blonuch and all lllllout Illwaaet, taou Locrivtua to the Vnc beaat Dr. Ohiiii'h I.lTcr urc. SOUTH & WEST tO CaiAOg PULLMAN CARS S! Mttalba.lt. Mill. Hock, Mentiouicri. AtlablSv. ftattlBah ' ia.' . T...Ab.llt. aUVVIIV eeUUaa- Uf Italalle 41 HarvutlMW, lf.kiL WW e, LINIMENTS FOB 2IAN AND BEAST. Forraorn thna a thlnlof a century tho SIel4nMii.talKLIulmeiitUa8t)Oen known tomllllons nil over tlio world ht the only tafo rcllnnoo for Uia roller of anil pain. Jt 19 n inotllalnr or II. above jirleo una prnlao llio For Kheutuatlim, Neuralgia, Bpraloa, llrktaeo aud Bwelllna'a aneitcrnal application for manor Vho alulttr Dr. Oainrrt I,liiliiti'iil. dlacatea, BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In Palace Care Without Chango. For rilee. Hemorrhoid., Hurm, Flitula and all Cho Dr. Ghiih'h For Freah Cult, llurn , I'llc Oliilmciit. Ulcera and OU Dorce, SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rroaa LonlatillalnralaceCarawltboutchaage. Set--ne- bind. J.''or every foiin or external jialn l..t Vhu Dr. Oaim'H Illtfcr-HvTCDliiliucul. IO tcceivt apcclai low ratct, " FMIHPAMTQ 8eahln homta onihe line ol thla road will See Aaentt of thla Company for talrt, tonlta Ac. or write C. P. MHJRf, C. P. & T. A. MEXICAN MnaiAnir Liniment la wlthont an onnal. It iieutlraUa lle.lt nuil iiiuacla toL tits very bone mulclng tho ooutlnu-- l1 unco of aln nnd Inflammation lmpoa-alblo. lmtiroclaupotillumHii ricanundl VHuDr.Giiiiu'MNIouiitch HltterH A Itellahla Tonic. Appetlier and lllood l'urlfler, and alao curea Iodlgeatlon, Liter Complaint, Malarial frtTcra and all periodical lllaeaata. Manufactured and for aale ly Lnuletllla. Ky. I)iela, Don't Be led Astray ! iui. tlHiJlnitofn-ullni- i 110 juoxicau nrot-ijuutl- i 7imilfr-- l Sole proprietor, MontlceMo, w. ic. GkA-asras- &. Ky. by null will retclto ptoiupt attention, 'All ordera M-- d., Ily Ihe peculiarly worded vlterllaeioente of ilral routei, which are liable to deeelta the public. a ue enorieai ana ijuicaett iwute rrom uocln. natl Weat la the MUSTANG Liniment la nncdod by aomebody tit erery uonan. livery day brliiK nowa of the agouyofau awful aculd fir linni aubduod, of rlieiuimtio mortyrj or n valuable liurte or px aaved by U10 licuUns power of UJj & -- R.W. 10 Hours- ! "I Kentucky's roa Tbtonly outo Una ruumng East Cincinnati to St. Louis LINIMENT which tpeoillly curea toch cJlmcnU of the HUMAN FUiJU aa Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. 4lall; g i ikos PULLMAN NEW SLEEPINO OAKS Hwellliiffa, OtlfT Jolnta, Contracted Huaclea, ilurn. uud Ncalda, Cuta, Urulaea nnd Ntiraliii, I'olaonona It'leu and a. Old NiliiKi, MlfAieaa, .l.lallia. Sort., rlo.a, I'roaf raoii uat, aud Nore Ilipla, Cat. e. form. 01 jterial LelllaJTllICt ClHClllllHtl HUtl IifX- ludccd It healT ttllhoutacart. IhkIum, Ity lor tlio 11UUTU CIUUTION It rurra 1 nrrraitia, niviitiiy. nun tft,iii., Noret, Hoof ! founder, llaruoaa jra...,Voot Hot, Mcrctv onu,M'lnd- 8ab, Jllolluiw Horn, HcraUlita, lllnRtioue, Connecting In tame dciot with fait tralna lor Salla, Spavin, Thru-l- i, Film upon J'oll Uvll, I (lie Nlslit and every othir allut.ut to Grille h the uocupaule uf the "ILroDclaL- r, iai.iii.anii moca .ru l.lului.ntri Mualauir a'hn aaiwuyo euro uhu iwric iiii,tiyvMK) The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan- 1 and U 13, poalUvcly, Hlieumatlam, -- A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. iry for any pauengert. Dally Tralna to Loularllle, with Free Parlor Cart. to bourt 2Dallr Tralnaother IStanttllle, 4 out leaa In route., with of all change of cara. Cairo, T houra 2Ually Tralna toand no chauga of quicker than Hot, can. Dally Tralna to New Orleani. No chaste ol tare from pnclaoalL llouit ahead of all other line. Tuloi.wllh no change of cart 3 dlt-eu.- 2 Hours 12 (ju5iif1fu ,l1 ctlniQ '' thaubySLllni. Two Uaura Leaa Tlmeoo the "d -- 1 i.if( TfToxtv "I THE BESX x' OF ALL vllleNorfelk, The O. dj St. la tha out. Iln. -- Ilk . n.ll. Tralna from Cincinnati to Ht. making dlrett conntctlona Iu the Uuluu Deiot (at Ht. LoulOwltu uwuii4Kiiig .railway, ni. uuia, iron alouu-lai- n A Houlhern lUllvay, Chicago Alton Kale-roaChicago, Burllnirloa A Qulucy Kallroad: ae okuk A bl. Loult ltailroad) Wabaah, HL Loula A 1'acloo ltailroad) Mlaaourl, Kanaaa A Ttxaa Kail way) St Loult A clan Frauclara Kallw.j, ".' I&apreei ThU Upon Your Meaory. All Virginia n LINIMENTS ?03 H OR For tlckata and your neareet tlikel olare, Una hv whlrh .... TbaO. A) M. la and North Carollaa cau get through cart the onle Irou Clucluuatl lobt. Lou la without pariegtatra lata Iu addltlou to money romta. paid fur llcUt. lurlher luforiaatiou. anolr to roritcacu, rawt, or anv inioimatlus, call on or addreaa .lAHt: S1AS1. . 310 W MnlHNILoul.tllle,Ky t). KKNHT, (itul. Wratera Ag.ut, Uwi'l Faaa'r A(1. id Oas'l ManaatV, lIThiMaa, VlfiKl. Tlcktt Ayeule of connecting llnee. call at IM Walaut at. M -I- Nf niRp.HRai'H Wet Fourth at.. Ilraud Hotel. I or Depot foot ol ll III atrtet, W. W.l'KAUODV, W. II. HHATTUC, (lea I ftawoaar Alt Uau'l Manager. Cincinnati, J 1. HILL, l'aMi,ar Apiit, Ltlasaa.Xy, V