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Thero is a custom, moro or less prevalent in Midway and other small towns concerning which wo wish, in tho language of Artcmui Ward, "to remark a few remarks" wo desiro to tiro and fall hick, so to speak. We refer to that small practice which some people have of "tasting" things in tho groceries, confectioneries, or where ever else their "taster" can bo upon their used without drawing pocket books. This is a mean form of depredation on tho merchants which seems to be such a slight infringement of propriety coming withal from a customer and friend that thero is an enforced silenco on tho part of the merchant, while the thp redator selfishly satisfies tho cravings of his stomach. No matter what n man's personal friendship or business relations may bo with a merchant bo is not justifiable in appropriating to his own uso goods offered for sale. When n person steps behind a counter, and takes a fow pieces of candy, -- . liUfBli NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER -Mary Anderson Dttlintt an fntrodacthn Hit floral llighntit, The Mistriet of a Mean Man. Hoinctimos I wonder what a mean A gentleman who returned homo man thinks about when he goes to from London last week says Mary bed. When ho turns nut tho light Anderson has had n moro cordial ro and lies down. When tho darkness ccplion there than has been given to olosos in about him and he is alone, an American actress for many years. and compelled to bo honest with him Ho also tells a story, which, if cor- self. And not a bright thought, not rect, cannot ftll to increaso tho res a gnmtn impiibo, not a manly net, pect of (ho American public for Miss not a word of blessing, not a grateful Anderson. It seems that upon her lvk, cmips to bless him again. Not arrival sho was invited to some of tho a petriiy dropped into tho outstretched best houses in London, and stories palm of poverty, not tho balm of a wero (old of her beauty and wit that loving word dropped into an aching made tho Princo of Wales very anx heart: no sunbeam of encouragement ions to meet her. Miss Anderson cat upon a struggling life; tho strong was informed of this flattering expres right hand of fellowship reached out sion of his Royal Highness, but, most to l,lp Momo fallen man to his foot unaccountably, as it seemed to her when nono ot thceo things come to Knglish friends, sho showed no denro him as tho "God bless you" of tho de for the presentation. Finally, a gen parted day, how ho must halo himself. tleniau who knew her very well was How ho'ruust try to roll away from aked by tho Princo to say to Mary himtoll and sleep on tho other sido of Anderson that ho would bo ploased if tin- bed When tho only victory ho sho would indicato a time when it can think of is some mean victorr. in would be agrceablo to her to receive iiich liwhas wronged a neighbor. No an introduction to his Royal High wonder Jto always sneers when he tries nrsi. Sho replied that while she t "mile. How pure and fair and wished to show no disrespect to tho K ail the rest of tho world must future ruler of England, sho must de lok to him, and how cheerless and cllno to rcceivo him. Such a reply dmty and dreary must his own path had never before wen- made to a re apj'Mr. Why, oven ono lone, isola-t'- -'l 14, 1883. The Old Hat 181. un wi'.Mtchynlcrior3oumaI -. to Mfl W. P. WALTON, - Editor and Proprietor INiMWir,! Tilftilnv 7Vfrtyt Ha.no rVrt nonlnttlAni lI3It ANNUM. In ilon' l mikI .limn. crlftloa.flwplto 0 " milflin, ril?riW.rnL. "f " pnjm.nl of .on. tvl lli.o of !. 7"A Virginia Bond Dtcition. Tiib tlecIjlonScceiitly remloro'l bjr Judge Uand, of tho United Stales Circuit Court, will, if aiutnincd, prove a subitantial victory for tho holders of Virginia Iwndi, and nuo which mint bo Riurpriio to thoto 4'roa(ijti8tora who iinclcd thnt tho Htato in its attempted lepudUtion wan securely In trenched behind the recent opinion of tho United State Supremo Court. To understand tho effect of Judge Uond's decision it is nectsiary to ro call briefly the eetcntial facta of tho caie. g In 1871 Virginia provided for Slate- debt, mainly incurred its bcforo tho war, by issuing now bonds for of tho amount of tho old ones. About twenty million dot lars of now bonds wero issued, and quest for an introduction by a Prince attached to them wero interest coup- of tho blood, and she was asked to ex ons rnado rcciovahlo for "all taxes, plain. debts, dues and demands duo the "An introduction to tho Princo of State." Under this law it was tho du- Wales," she pluckiiy answered, "can ty of public treaiurcrs and tax collec- do mo no 'good professionally, and I tors to receive these coupons when know very well how ho regards s tendered in payment of taxes and generally. Personally, I have otherelsiins duo tho State. always maintained my own dignity In January, 1882, tho General As and soli respect, and I do not mean to sombly passed an act which, after ro put mysslf in any position voluntariciting that forged and spurious bonds ly where I may bo compelled to forwere in existence, prohibits trcasur get them. Therefore, I must declino ers and collectors from receiving any to be presented to him. I havo gone of the 1871 coupons until their gen this far iu life without a breath of uincnets shall have been established tcandal attaching to me, and I do not by tho holder in a court of law, and mean now to do anything that might in the mcantimo the taxpayer must change that condition." pay his taxes in money. If ho sue This settled tho matter. Tho story cecda in proving to the witiiJsction of got out in London and was widely ro twelve jurymen t lint 'his coupon is not pealed, and it was noticesblo that afforged he may present it to tho collec- ter that the Princess of Wales invited tor, who is then required to recti vo it Miss Audcrson to her garden party, and refund tho amount of the taxes an honor that sho has never before previously paid in cash. To enforce conferred on nuy actress on tho Engacceptance of his coupon tho holder lish stage. It is a pity some of'tho aust go through this vexatious, cost- American girls who aro getting them ly and ubcertain litigation semiapnu-ally'- s tolvei very much talked about in cou- Mcb. coupon mature;. uection with tho Princo of Wales TCjjwaetlcal effect of this legisla- could not follow Mini Anderson's ex tion was repudiation. Its constit- ample. Washington Herald. utionality was attacked on tho ground Tho amounts paid into tho United that it impaired tho obligation of the contract raado by tho Stato with its States Treasury as conscience money lly a divided sinco 18G1 aggregate S18G.459 01. A creditors iu 1871. (ho United States Supremo Treanury officer says that tho payUtuch Court held the act of 18S2 to bo con ments aro made in every conceivable stilutidnai. Justico Field said that ay by means ot registered letters, ho was "bewildered by the decision of signed with fictitious names, by vari the majority," aud Justico Harlau diis forms of commercial paper, and used equally strong languago in his through (he priests and pastors of tho oonfcience-strick- en persons. They aldissenting opinion. Tho Court most iuvariably tako great pains to that the only thing it decided was that the statute was constitution lonccal their identity, though a few al, and that "whether tho tax collect- boldly write of thecircunistances of or is bound in law to receive the cou- their becoming indebted to tho Govpon 'notwithstanding the legislation ernment. Not long ago n letter actvEjibf ou'lfs face, prohibits him from companied by money was received nt tho department iu which the sender doing so" was a question not then wrote that tho money was duo the it. Government as duty on goods that It is this latter question that has becu raised before Judgo liond, and wero passed with a lot of others by a he tlasldes it against tho Stato. He customs officer who was brilred by an "holds 'that a tender of tho Stato coup- unscrupulous member of the party. ons for taxes, Ac, is a legal tender, Tho largest revenue in any year since 18G1 through contributions to tho conaud that the treasurer is bound to tho coupons, or if ho refuses to science fund was iu 18G8, when tho In 1873 the .do so' no levy cau bo made on the tax- amount was S29.1C5.11. amount 823.S02.77; in 1878.812,011,-33- ; payer's property for failure to pay his in 1882, ouly 87.888.-19- ; and it is taxes. To the lay mind tho distinction between this.dtclsiou and that of estimated that this year it will ba still tho Supreme Court will nppear to bo leas. Th'u decrease may indicato that a very fine ono. Of oourso tho case there is less opportunity or inclination will bo appealed, and if Judge ll.'s to steal from the Government, or that decision shall be aflirmeil its efltct men are becoming leis sensitive to tho 'fiiMtrbe to defeat the repudiating leg- prickings of donscionco. ( fun-dintwo-third- s act-rec- - sjrt of meanness is enough to scatr crumbs in the bed of tho v rag ordinary man, and what must I' thr Toolings of n man whoso whole 111' Is rtvn up to mean acts? When t! re w st i much suffering and heart-acr- i ami misery in tho world anyhow, why fchould you add ono pound of wkf'TnqsA or sadness to tho general burdfr' Don't be mean, my boy. SuuVr if justico n thousand times rath er ilian commit it once. lliurdetto. ' ter cn'( A Hint to the Erolutionisti: has some ways iu which to man. If a man has to lose n leg or an arm it is gone f rovf r. But whsro ho is so unlucky. Tim be lolter u far superior lhM"trr - thriftily starts another nt oni- hii'I only snfTers a temporary dis ability. There is matter for profound bore. Tho order ot articu late" all have this faculty and it is a pity to Ine it as one goes higher up in the scale. Natural Relections ought always to retain the desirable habits of whatever stages it pisses through, and we ought to have a reformation in this Mow charming a thing it reapect. would he for a war-likrace, such as is, if we could sprout the Anglo-Saxanother tninibejr for Ono that a cannon ball or shell has cirriojl awoy. Evolutionists who havo had tho real giol of tho rsco at heart, ought to turu their attention to this, find tho wiiore in -- the' ruing scalo tins sfH'i habit was lostrnnd go back to that. Rising' and uurisen generations would surely tiless thorn for tho discovery. o on f or an apple, or a handful of peanuts, small things in themselves ho is mistaken if be thinks tho proprietor regards it as a privilege of a customer or tho prerogative of friendship. A friend generally has the privilego of choosing the recipient ot his favors, and if a customer expects to go outside cf his purchases to get the wortlj ot his money he should invest where tho goods bought alone are a return Midway Clipfor his expenditure per. Tub Mother ik law. Of all tho stupid conventionalities of alleged hu mor, tho coarso jests that are hurled at the head ot the unoffending mother-in-laaro tho meanest and most to bo There is no fun about them. dispised. Just look for n moment at the great If debt a man owes a mother it had not been for her, where would his wife, tho apple of his eye and the tho comfort of his- - heart, have been found? If it bad not havo 1)ecn for hr shrewd management and tact in bringing up the girl, sho wouldn't have been worth marrying. If it had not have been fur her kindly watchfulness the first few days of his housekeeping he would havo starved to death. If it had not been lor her his babies would havo been short one grandmother. ("Hartford Post. w in-la- When this old hat was new, tho railroad was a stage; and a six-mteam mado plenty of steam, for tho broadest kind of gauge. You caught a gonro when you wanted a pen, the DRUGGISTS AND ink you uicd was blue; and tho women you loved didn't want to Ik) men, when this old bat wai new. A spade Opora Houso Block, was only a spado, and Jennie was just JJUAInUtW 12 plain "Jane;" .for his impudent lip DritKH, IVIhcs, IVhII Paper. Mimical HooUh. InalrHtHCRtfr, l.lnuorK, a boy would skip at tho end of a rattan I it Ih, C'iKHru, KiHtioiicrj, I'n Pocket cane. Thero wero sixteen ounces in 'A'Abncreo, OIIh, Nohjih. Cnlllery, pound, four quarts made n galJl.itiiipx, every Perfumery, I'lro Arm, Mftckliie IVccdlca. lon true, but things don't seom what Our Jewelry, .Silverware and Optical Moods Department is In Charge of Cel. they used to be, when this old hat was Tlios. Itlclinrds, who will Itepalr Matches and Clocks L'romptly and In the best now. style. the new. But wo'vo shortened tho time since then, and we're running n faster heat, ami tho boys of twelve aro men, who run tho store and the street. We blusb to giggle, and wo should smile; wo're cuto and wo never fay , die; wo'ro up to snuff, and wo'rclull ff guile; and wo'to just too awfully fl . .ySsuwi ,' raftk't K5iKm v?f "w-T- r ' and father is governor, oTtr man, dad d and his old day is gone, we run a little bad, since wo put tin new hntou. ulo M'ROBEnTOTAGG PIMMK Clii-utlcni- Stanford, Ky., full-blo- wn ALFRED WHITE. CIW CIMlff ATI, O. thiup-fastan- Commotion Vandcrbilt This iiaslory about tho Vamlerbilt family. They were sitting on a bote pism at Saratoga, when a somewhat overdressed lady approachd and claim ed his acquaintance. Tho Commodoie ro30 and talked affibly with her, wlui his wife and daughter sniffed the air with scorn. "Fathor," said tho younj.' lady, as tho Cjraraodoro resumed his seat, "didn't you remember that vul gir Mr.. B as th9 woman win used to sell poultry to us nt home?" "Cer tainly," responded the old gentleman. promptly, "antl I remember your mother when she used to sell root beer at threo csntd a glass over in Jersey when I went up there from Sta ei Island peddling oystera in my tmt." statement appeared in tho New York San of Sept. 3, 1883: "A boy in Vermont, accustomed to working alone, was so prone to whistling, that, as soon as bo was by himself, he unconsciously commenced. When asleep, the muscles of his mouth, chest and Iuugs were so completely concatenated iu the associ This-curiou- s IMP I? MmmmmKSSM I liavo ill stot'lt over 800 Pinlslicd Muiiumciits In Scotch nud Aiiiurlcmi Omnito and Italian and Native Dinrblc, which I um selling at reduced prices In ordor to nmlic room for new stock. Designs aro new and ni'iccs from $5 to 10,000. H. Stanford, C. - RUPLEY, Kentucky, Getting Even With Mrs. Biwwn. tete-a-tet- e IST. Y. Herald. islation of last year. "VVAJIIinttq LMiNonusaEH. To givo shirts, bosoms, collars and cufls a glos ay appearance a laundress of note gives tbe'followiug recipt: "JIako a gum-arapowder; put it iu a jar or pour on it a pint of boiling 'wafer. Use as much as will make tho mucilago the strength yp.i'dejlro. 'No rule can bu given, as it varies in tenacity. Cover tho jar and let it ataud all night. In tho morning pourlt oil carefully to separ- . ate it from the djegs and potrr it in a clean bottle for use. A tablespoonful stirred iuto starch after it has been made in the usual manner will impart Hhe'gloisyueu 10 much admired ou city laundried collars, cufls and bo sums, provided the ironer polishes tho articles well with a polishing iron." bic pitch-errangum-arabio A new invisiblo ink has been introduced by Dr. Widemauii. It is raado by intimately mixing linseed oil ono part, water of nmmonia twenty parts, and water ono hundred parts. The mixture must be agitated each timo tho pen is dipped into it, as a littlo of tho oil may separate and that on tho surface from which, if taken up by tho peu, a Btaiu would be left upon tho paper. To make the writing appear, all that U needed is to dip tho manu script in water; when tho paper dries the writing will vanish. When a man's wife comes iu and sees him, rator iu baud, with his face all in a lather, and asks him, "Are you shaving?" it n provoking thing iu him to auswer, "No, I'm blacking the fctovC" but its human nature so to ro A Ni:v Invisiiili: Ink. Swebt Talk "How much .look, Mr. 8,1" "Ye, I t i better jou l'lj- atreiullirntnjc UOwr-ti- ll aslnsd 82 The of Iroi.ciiutilnul wlili othri tonlct i'oub4 on Mall' Calsrrh Cure. Hire nut mm' tuott prlct nrvlue, ir found in Mt M) wtll In 20 7 ft'- - U has inula a Cut.r' Iron IMI, which trfHillifn (lie csBHdr(t wu Mil U worth $30 a bottle to n rre iml bodjr, nJ liuprw I In. Mood ttwst U'UmelMib." and coui4iion. ,' say "That Mrs. Two ladies Brown is just as meau as she can bol Why, would yuu believe it, she told mo right to my face that I dressed too young for a woman of my years! Tho ideal" "She did? Well, if she'd talk tome iu that way I believe I'd have told her just what I thought of hei." "Qh, no, dear; that would be KvJ'iot. rude." "Possibly." "But I did betToo Particular. ter. I told Mrs. Smith what my Siy, I vhas not insured any more opinion of Mrs. Brown was, and Mrs. mil lire insurance ootnpauies," ho re- Brown will hear it toon enough. And plied. then, you know, it wont lo:o anything -Whyjiotr in Mrs. Smith's mouth. It is one of "Vhol, dey vas too particular, my my principles, love, never to do any fromit " when I cau get thing ' disagreeablo fl.w do you mean?" Vail, ven I.vas on Shatam street semebudy elso to do it for me." I curry two tousandtollar. My brud- A certain young man was call cr M'we xm right across ilerstrcet in ed on to muke n speech at tho opening dr muie peeznes'j, but be carry nono. of a public bridge. Being the son of a ync ntglit ho purued out, und I don't. Congressman, it was presumed that I tell '1T company to gif Mows a bit he was something ot an orator, but mil my two touiand explain dot ve vas tho presumption did not hold good. bml'lers und pardnera und all in der However, the young man got up nud sum Kindly, but not a tollar would began: Ladio3 nud Gentleman: Forty v gif Moses. Poor fellow! He haf years ago, where this raajsatio struct t' jnnjunk shop in Nashville und ure uow stands, was a howling wilder lun n omit trco times peforo ho comes ness! Forty years ago, ladies and gen baric m it capital to go in der cloding tleman, where this majestic struoturo WalLStreot News. Penan again. now stands, was a howling wilderness! Boston engineer has been turning Ladies and gentlemau, forty years h ttltentlon to the power going to ago, where this mijostic struoture no and wauto iu the Niagara river. He eeti- - stands.was a howling wilderness r could be submerg I wish God it was so uow!" nmtM ed iu the river that would furnish half A fellow workiug in a Maino factoa million horto power sufficient to ry where young women aro employed run all tiio machinery in liultalo and contrived a practical joko for tho en pump ll tho city's wutor. His plan tertainment of himself and his adis to placo a giant iron wheel in tho mirers. Ho killed an adder and left river perpendicularly, so that it shall it among sorao boxes that wero to be Ive turned by the current. The power assorted by the young women. Misi he taken from tho shaft of tho wheel Stevens uncovered tho reptile with by eithrr bella pr gearings, or would hor bauds. The shock mado her inbe isnt thcQughelectrlo cables. sane, and tho physician say that she Thorn is a man, William Fulkner by will .probably dio, and in any event iiauiol who. furnishoi a peculiar strik- will bo a maniao for life. ing instance otn remorseful concienco. The spleudor ot American forests, in Twenty yearsjigo under gre'arprovQ-catio- the tstany haes of their ripened foliage, ho shot and killed a ruffian. is finest in autumns that are cool, with lio was iiumedfately ucquitted on the plenty of moist in e, but no frost It ground of.justifiable homicide. Yet is a, mistaken uotion that frost paints evx sinco that tjniohe is the victim of with Us. cold fingers the myriad leaves, remajje and find it iup'osslblo to sleep Frost fades out tho colors, and makes alter K .W M. At that hour he is bo the foiago withered, dry nud browu, tually driven from his room. As thero and causes it soon to drop "to the it HO other-opeto earlybo has, made ground. itapract(6 to pats lijstimoiii the V C Mtrriiiun. I.ulvll), n: ' I prisVooiniif'ajjially piorjiiog paper, iU u?d Hrotfii' lion littrr and fl id Hi pre ho ta'always looked for at exact-ll- it nil llm'. U claiwed. It li greatly iu 31 j A m improved my bealib " piecf ation, he whistled with astonishing shrillness A pale countenance, loss of appetito and almost total prostration of strength, convinced his mother it it wouid end in death, if not speedily whicli was accomplished overcome, by placing him in tho society of another biy, who had orders to give him a blow ns soon as he began to whisle.' MERCHANT TAII.OIE, Kino Watermelon. The water-melu- u kingly pride. Tho very prevalent idea that it is an unwholesoroo fruit has been dissipated. Pujeiciaua not only eat it freely, but prescribe it to their patients. Eiten freely, it is an utmost certain euro for dysentery und diar-rhai- i. Its effects on tho kidnoys arc wholesome, aud as nn allayer of thirst Phila it is better than dolphin Star. looms up with almost rvaay&WA lletf PHARMACISTS -- DBAtcaa ii- - Drngs. Boohs, Stationery and Fancy Artlclos. rhjijclani" irn:ilptIon jccuratelj Alto compouDdwl jku'km:umi Trade Mirk. BBl"Bgtitered. 1 argest Stock of Uatolics, Clocks, Jewelry & Mlrerware of tables givirjr tho average expectation of life at different ages, Dr Fair nut only accepts one hundred years as u recorded age, but lays that the average dnratiou of life af.er passing that age is, in woman, ono year, nine months, and threo days, and in men about one month n series leas. In Efer brought lo ILU tuirkfl. frlcvi Lower IhiD IhoLowe.t. Watche,.CIocki and Jewclrr !( piirrl on tbort notice nd Wirnntrd. Jhat-a-nioto- A Maryland farmer and wife sever al years ago gavo a penniless stranger a night's lodging and continued their hospitality for several mouths. Ho suddenly received a cablo message aud Ifft them, Now they havo received a check for $10,000. On Monday last the New York iSun completed its fiftieth year. In addition to giving an interesting history of its marvelous growth and wonderful prosperity, it sent to its patrons a of its first issue iu 1833. Mrs. Alexander Qimphsll, tho wid Campbellite or Christian, church, is diiuj in Whfo'- lug, West Virginia, lhe veuorable laur is eighty years of age. There aro three uegrcei in the Geor gia Houso of- - Hiprweututives. ow of the founder of the Mif irf i Nice lot-o- f t Veei' Kates rea- SIT'lAIBIIxIZSI! tffi0 Is wanted by me. Horses and Fino Turnouts. sonable. I will pay the highest market price. 'tJHSS WOOR I alio deal in Andean supply it fa any quantity. CO AL ! A. T. NUNtf ElilsEY, .Stanford, Ky. piles! pilesT Tiles t The Interior Journal Steam Printing Office does all kinds of Job Work neatly and cheaply. Try ns. STEAm PRINTING ! n jMnutnilml lulo film U I. iln eking Itviu tin LurtoIWi wt. Titttuo.rjr ! Ih', llfinliiu'n Xeie IHnrarrvu lb oU rxuedu '' l W.P. "Walton, Prop'r. yuu "I I (wi niwIi. Mil m AUHrr. Smofenl. or W M Webf. III. III tl MMll feat ' SlrlMfV Dr, T. II Hrown'4 etlUf MuJjr J Infrallptiou Iu tlHxir if tLU fli6,l 1II.1WM. 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IuJ ltik,litAillDftoa, fftlixU lb uivri iliit uUj Commercial College of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. Stuiloit) rtcthed any wek day of the year. VvrrKln-r-,1- 1 liiblui uuicM(t Ibtu lh uw o' HrtKU't IwclwiMii Ut it mi,te itujh. wbllU 'mp4Iwi r f bruii'c will ulllMutrlf ImI i Itrwcklll'. ifaui iyr. i li Uk.u lni llir vuU ll on .)...Thr 0.-L AM,Kt. KMrif . - QHcinn v rm ir .w... Smt tn v.. .v, tBR-- .wwj. rU f.l ft miim !. BVMkWtJCtStiMl b4r-U- UrsWUI --J Smi-lttWiR(tnir- SJ pas3g M.C. HRINIIT. teres of v cmrent events. perk-hewe sa?A3T3rox), jcy. JT THMLj JnGTmngi inpMnT 14i loo3 IT. A WALTtN. " E0IT8R Is 1 ,. . sletant agent of the K. O.K. R. at this place, Al a meeting of the baard of Direct ore of the National Bank of Lancaster, held on the 8 Hi day of Sept. '83, it was JtWreJ, That la the death of W. A. Burnside this Institution has lost an efficient and faithful officer, the community a most worthy cititen and his wifs a kind and devoted husband. That we tender his stricken wife aad relatives our sincere sympathy In their bereavement. That the MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT, bank be closed and officers attend the funeral service. Managed by John B.fith. That these proceedings be spread at large Everybody up here is clad that you on the records of the bank, and a copy be have secured Col. Sam M. Burdett as your rurnuhed his family by lbs Secretary, Lancaster correspondent. We all hope W. II. Kinkaird, Uasli. and bee', pro that hii attachment will be as permanent itm, On Wednesday a case o( considerable as his letters are always attractive, A heavy frost fell here last Moaday interest to lawyers, the case of Joseph night. A great deal of the corn in this Benge, by his next friend, vs. Sam. Histi's county is rather late and consequently is adm'r,, was heard before Judge Owsley on damaged very greatly. Corn In the up demurer to tho petition. The Istter recites land was not injured so much as on the that the plaintiff Jos. Benge is an infant of creek bottoms where there waa more mois five years of age; thai he Is an illegitimate ture. son of Sam Hiatt, deceased, and that Col. D. A. Shanahan has left us. He when plaintiff was about three years of ags departed on the 2 o'clock train this morn- said Sam Hiatt agreed and contracted with ing. A few friends stayed with him until the plalntifl's mother, Jennie Benge, that the last. We are all sorry to see him leave if shs would surrender to him the cars, us and our parting a sad one; but alas I custody and control of plaintiff until hs the best of friends mutt part to meet was 21 years of age he would take plalnliO, ajaln "When the clouds roll by." The feed, clothe and educate him, and at his "little (ellow" waa accompanied by Dr. 8. maturity would give him $1,000 In money A. McVeary. and his home farm, valued at $2,700. In An attempt was made to burglarite pursuance to this contract said Hiatt took Walker Newcomb's store last night. The plaintiff and kept him for about G months, fact . thief tried to bore through the door and or until his (Iliad's) death. It is now Accofukxa'to the tellers only 1C9,- - owned. The total tax valuation of the Slate for unfasten the lock, but failed to find the sought lo recover of the adm'r. the sum of 173 tfteraear .were entitled to vote at right place. He bored in all eight holes $3,000 to feed, clothe and educate plaintiff 1883 Is $374,380,093, an Ucrease of stepped tbekftt.ekctiefl, yet 222,7 until he is 21 years of age, the $1,000 oTer last year. This does not in- in the door and in the Up toihfl polls awl recorded their clude the railroads or the joint stock com- at the side of the door. Ho was evidently promised by Hiatt, and the value of the scared, as he left a brace and bit and crow- home farm, the sum of $2,700. Hill & cheiee ia the gubernatorial race. panies and corporations which report bar lying on the ground at the side of the Alcorn and Welch A Saufley appear for to the Auditor. These tellers were appointed under a house. The defendant's counsel are President Arthur has Usued his procby the kst legislature, to law Mrs. M. P. Newcomb and Mrs. John plaintiff. lamation, In accordance with the act of Adams, Sr., have died in the last few days. Judge Wm. McKee Duncan and Messrs. aid the carrying of the call for a & Walton. The questions preCongress, declaring that the World's IndusPerhaps a more lengthy obituary notice Burdett Coaetitatieg&l Convention, by report- sented by tbe demurrer were very ably artrial and Cation Centennial Exposition will will appear in a short time. Mrs. Hattie ing' the actual number of those enti be opened the 1st Monday in December, Col. Hill, Judge Saufley, Judge Fish, wife of Jesse Fish, and daughter of gued by tied to vote, instead of taking the 1884, at the city of New Orleans. and Mr. B. M. Burdett. The Court our Circuit Clerk, died this morning about Duncan sustained the demurrer and dismissed the While Firman Lambert was returning 3 o'clock of consumption. This is number from the assessor's books. But the sec even that scheme failed and the neces from church with his sweetheart a jealous ond of his daughters who has died this petition. The case will now go to the Appeals. 1dm in the summer of the same disease. Mr.. Fish Court of sary majority was again denied, as riral, named Singler, struck back of tbe head with a bowlder and kill- was only about 22 years of age Paint Uck. only 73,704 votes were cast for tbo and had been ed him. All this occurred in Ohio, and In The ground is so dry that the farmers married a little over one year. call. It takes six years afcer the call a town with the suggest! re name of Gore. Messrs. Stewart & Son have finished say It is almost impossible to plow. is first carried to secure a new ConstiThe Kentucky Union Railway adver their work on K. C. A voune man of our town has taken R. R. They have only tution, provided every step is favora- tise the first six miles of its road begin one little fill lo make and can not finish up a notion that he is bonnd to have ble, so it must now be 1891 before we ning near Hedge' Station on the C. St O. that until the abutment of the bridee is 11777, although he ia not Mr. J, R. Warren showed us a beet of give up the old ono even if the call is R. R. to be let on the 24th inat. flans, completed. Mr. John Bullio, the bridge specifications, profiles, etc., can be seen at adcontractor, ia doing all he can to hurry tbe his own raising that measured twenty-si- x carried in 1885. We are not an the office of the Chief Engineer, Wm. work on his contracts and will soon finish inches In length and weighed sine poupda. vocate of revolution as a general Hedges, Ky. It ia reported that we are to lose one the same. Meairs. John and Ashley Owens thing, but we are of tho opinion that The earnings of tbe Western Union are putting on the ballast of our good looking young mea ere many as fast as the if we ever get a new Constitution it Telegraph Company for the fiscal year just road is graded for them. There is now days. A certain young lady not far from closed exceeded by $2,340,737 those of the about 10 will not be in the manner prescribed miles of tho road completed and Lancaster has completely captivated him previous year. The company has a surplus ready for the track in this and will tako him in tow before the leaves by the old concern. ' county. of $3,782,036. C. C. Baldwin, President of Wm. M. Weber is visiting relatives in begin to fall, The New York Sun, which asserts the Louiarille & Nashville, has been elect- New Two of our young men boarded the York State. Jtmtt Maret hrs returnthat it speaks on the authority of the ed to tbe Directory. ed from the cities. He has bought another 5:30 train on tbe morning of tbe 5th, An incendiary set fire to the stables of engine for his factory gentleman himself, Bays in reply to at this place. Miss bound for the great Metropolis, but they Company May Adams has gone to Bell the apparent growing demand for the the Lexington Seminary at mistook Cynthiana for Cincinnati, and got Tuesday night and it was, with its con Danville. Geo. C. Fish is attending tbe left. When they got back they didn't tell old ticket: "Mr. Tilden will not be a mules tents, entirely destroyed. Forty-fivmuch about tbe Exposition. candidate, and a candidate must be perished in the flames. Fifteen street cars, Kentucky University at Lexington. Miss Mr. B. D. Boat wright, a bread peddler Mollie Brooks, of Crab Orchard, waa visitfound. There is no man within our besides a great deal of provender, were al ing relatives at this place during the from Shelby City, made a mash here the knowledge who poetesses the qualifi so destroyed, lioss 54U.OUU, ana pretty week. Miss Lou Joplin is visiting her sis- other day. While he was In the depot seecations that belong to him. There is well insured. ter, Mrs. Helen Brooks, at Paris, Ky. Dr. ing about some goods, his horse got scared H. II. Brinkley.has bought the In W. P. McKee ia in Louisville this week. and upset bis wagon and broke several no man who commands tho public gram house, and will take possession Jan -- Go ta J. L. Whitehead's for your dozen eggs and mixed tbem well with his confidence as he does. There is no 1st, 1884, and will erect a 10,WU Hotel on school books, inks, paper, pencils and all bread. He picked up several loaves of aside so the man whoso name would put site of the present building. He pro- school aupplks, which you can gel at the bread but not many eggs. many minor controversies within the poses to have a first-elhotel with alt lowest prices. He also has on sale daily and weekly Its Rewarded. and party 5n the ono hand, or command modern Improvement. Mr. Brinkley ia the works ot papers, leading periodicals, Ficthe principal writers of A liberal reward will be pild to any party vbo such widespread and hearty confi- the wealthiest man in tbe county which tion and Poetry. If he hasn't got what will produce a cut ol Llier, KUcey or Slomuh dence from tho peoplo at largo on tho insures success to the enterprise. Somer- you want he will get it for vou in fact complaint that Electric Bitten will not ipwJtlj any book published in the United Statea cure. Bring them along; It will cost you nothing set Reporter. other. But, while this is so, it seems furnished at publishers' prices. Fresh fjr tb meJIcios If It falls to cure, and you will be LINCOLN COUNTY. drugs and medicines, tobacco and cigar well rewarded lor your trouble besides. All Blood to us a mistake to persist in advocacanned fiuits and groceries. He also keep diseases, Biliousness, Jaundice, CoDitljslIon and Highland. ting his nomination when we know a good eupply of paints, oils, soaps, per- general debility are quickly cured. Stlftlon II. P. Young bought 1 cow of W. R. fumes, clocks, watches, jewelry and no- guaranteed or money re funded. Pries only 40 that his consent cannot be obtained." tions tcT numerous to mention. Go see cents per bottle. Forssloby Penny A McAIIiter. Cook, for $32.05. Tub Stale Educational Convention John Young, Jr., lias built a house for yourself, and be convinced that no one can undersell him. Orders filled by mail LANCASTEU ADYKBTUKIUBTR. Louisville on the 19th near J. Ballard's shop. is to be held in free of postage. Address, J. L. WhiteIters. Bonli, Cook and Godbey, are head, Mt. Vernon or Williamsburg. Keninst. Judge W. M. Beckner, Chair D. P. WALTE1I, tucky. .m man of the Educational State Central attending the Annual Conference of the M. E. Church at Barbourvilte. LANCASTER, KY. GARRARD COUNTT DEPARTMENT. Committee, writes that "It will be at Offloe orer Citlsens National Bank. Office hours J. Butt & Co. lost about $100 by their Lancaster. from S to U A, x. and from 1 to S p. M. from many of mill burning last week. A part of M. D. tended by delegations Foil Sale on Rent. A very desirable BAM M. DUUDETT, s the States and leading workers in the Robinson's mill was burned the same cottage residence in Lancaster. Apply to XiAW, ATTOHN13V )f education have promised to night. His loss Is small. ; cause Mrs. W. A. Burnaide. LANCASTER. KY. The Union Bethel Sunday School re be present. A largo attendance from Will practice In Clarrard aud adjoining counties Mr. Wm.Berkele, representative-elec- t ! is from this county to the Legislature, has and Court of Appeals. Kentucky is desired, and the Exposi- cently organized at Reed's choel-houprogressing finely. J. J. Curtis, Sup't., C. advertised his farm and all his H. O. KAUrFMAN, property in tion rates on the railroads enable all II, Baker, Asa't. Sup't., John Long, II. Garrard county, for sale. ATTOUNEY A.t.aL.A.'W, to go. Several important questions Eison, Miss Curtis and Miss M. E. LANCASTER, KY. Our people expected great things of will be discussed and it is hoped that Young, teachers. the R. C. R. R. After trying it for two Muter Coombwloner Oirnrd Circuit Court. Will practice In all the Courts of Garrard and adjoining Mrs. Ksv. E. E. Boats, of llarrods each town and county in the State months they conclude that it is an intoler- counties and In the Court of Appeal. burg, ia visiting friends at this place, du- able humbug will be represented." and nuisance. ring her husband's absence. Aniil Baugh On Wednesday the dwelling bouse, which never sees any good and family moved from this place to StanThe Pott with all its contents, of Mr. Geo. T. II Ig thing ia Mr. Watterson, charges that ford Junction last week. II. F. Horton ginnotnam, ineriti or Ibis county, near has returned from a visit to his father's. his fight against Randall, is because Paint Lick, waa destroyed by fire. Loss, he was snubbed by that gentleman. It Sheltoa Maes, of Science Hill, was visit-la- g $5,000. No insurance. The cause of the at B. B. Young', Sunday. Mrs. Rice, fire was a defective flue. says "that whea Watterson recently ntc Miss Anna Robinson, is visiting at her The Directors of the National Bank of sought an interview with Mr, Randall father's. Lancaster have elected Mr. John H.Wood the latter refused to recognize him OEOROt f. SARTAIN. cock to tbe clerkship made vacant by tbe evea as aa acquaintance, and his bitHa Diet In Texas. Lunging to Return to Hi's death of W. A. Burnside. No better ecter babbling eiaee has been the help, lectics could have been made. Mr. Woodhatire Kentucky, cock accepts the position temporarily, and less rage of a snubbed Ishmaelite who EdUor Interior JnnrnaU It might interest many of the old will tenuis permanently if his health will remains at that dietaaee which the citizen of Central Kentucky, to know permit. economy of nature has plaeod .between what had become of Geo. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday tbe F. Sartain, who certain grades of beings, aad throws has for the last 25 or 30 years been miss- mail trains on tbe K, C. R. It. were from mud at hb superiors. If Mr. Carlisle ing from among them bis whereabouts 4 to 0 hours late each way. Louisville is a wise Buva he will euber suppress being knows onlyr perhaps, by a few of bis mall gets Is now at 0 o'clock at night. It confidential friends and relatives. I am takes four dsys to send a letter lo Stanford or repudiate hie mouthpiece. fully assured that he la no more. I have and get an answer. The people are thorCommonwealth known that he wis in Texas nearly ever oughly indignant over the way they are Tub Ceviagtoa thinks that Gov. Knott is a man of sines I have been here, but I was ao ad- treated, and a petition will be presented to fine dieeersmeat, heeauee be gave two mirer of his genius and eloquence whea I our postmaster for a mail line from here to was a boy, not wish to ef his important appointments to "myrmidons and didlaw" upon his put tbe Stanford. Stages will be put oa to carry (rail. both malls and passengers. of the sewepaper mea. It shows, it thiuki, Tbe first the writer remembers of Sar Jim Hickman and Clay Gill, two col- te leok for integ-rit- , tain as a publlo man, he was a 2d Lleutea-aa- ored bucks, engaged Is a shooting affray that he kaewe where t aWWty aad hoaerty. Col. ia Capt. Johnson Price's cavalry com- here last Tuesday. Hickman received a JLHHCAHler Ike aad Judge Kiaeaid will repre pany ia the Mexican war; aad from re- tttttt, if not mortal wound in the luags. seat' the press with geaeral sattsVitc- - ports, hs fought gallantly at Bute Vbta. It seems that Gill accused Hickman of beties te we prgjwuoa as wen as to tae Returning loaded with hoaore, ia 1818, be ing too thick with faU (Gill's) wife, aad "ENTERPRISE GROOERY," VkOaUalatt Im aanaattsBnYaUk was the emancipation candidate Is GarHickman hearing of this, west arouBd to PaapjswW aBasBsBsrwv LANCASTER, KY. A CirCOrtf ati paper Jaeetiously re rard couBly for delegate to amend tbe Gill's aad, inviting him out, proposed to "Tate tiaw of bohJiug the CoastltuliMof Ksafucky. gelsg defected settle the matter with pistols. Each fired mark: sett bmu1 lesjasoa of the Soelety of by Capt. Price, he comweaeed tbe practice several shots, bat Hickman's aim was peer. GEO. D. BURDETT & CO., fn later nd KmUuky Goavfeto mm not of lav In Laaoaetor, aad seatstlass after- - GUI weeeeded la aetllag la bis work ss J waids Married Into oe ef Llaeehs ceur.' above staled. Soth wste smsted, I'roprlsfeu JP JFvUJs) erPaaaauaaB s blood-thinl-e Jar from ,Mh lovely to the doubtful state of 'OMo. Hoadley Jhw gotten skk ami apfMreatiy given hb the canvass, while fa Hamilton county two alleged democratic ticket are ohI to divide the vote that eH hardly be depended upon when there is only one before the people. The JVcws Journal, a l democratic, paper it making opes war en the Enquirer, a pretended demeeratie sheet, referring to its editor, McLean, as a "nasty lit tie meal," while the ktter is doing all he cas in an underhanded manner to remove the former from the sphere of existence, by cutting into its business. It has alee said that Senator Pendleton rauet go and to that end u is beading its entire energies and in fluence. Cenld his defeat be accomplished in bo other way than by the election of a republican legislature, McLean is the manner of man that would not hesitate to sacrifice his party to gratify a private malice. Two months ago the democratic outlook in Ohio was bright indeed, but "bosses" whose ambitiea k to rule or ruin, have darkened the prospect and made republican victory an almost assured " This p6itfel ritmtion At MMfofthrllle, Kt., tJw F. A. Smith ami lbs frtfjht Atf9 of tkc L. A N. wre barmd. Tbe Itrecmrlde Airtr SMtKcfous'y appointment of Dr. Blackburn sivgt a fcwpw of the )nilMtlary. Hnali J. llMtlnffi, proprietor of lbs N. Y, Gmiinrfi(ii!e(YTfu-- , AM at Men mouth fcech, N. J , Wednesday ntfht- John Kokrr nail Dr. Freed, frfatik of the ArkiMM outiwi, vera taken from the Danville Jill bra pert? of vigilant Md hinted. The protracted drouth In Virginia mi brought to an end Tuesday by hetTf rain, but it it reared they hare come loo late to mto the corn, Mr. Blaise predict that if Butler Is again made Gortrnor of Massachusetts he will be nominated for the Presidency by the democrat aad elected. Got. Knott has set Friday, October 12, a the day for the hanging of Ellis Craft, condemned for the outrage and laming of the Gibbon children at Ashlaml. The Spectator rs that Rudolph aad Champ Fitipatrlck were convicted and sea tenced to death in the Adair Circuit Court this week, for the murder of Mullin Brew ler. The National Cotton Kt change makes the official statement that the crop of 1883, numbered 0,041,760 bale. Tho. Increare over the crop of last year ia 1,439,708 bales. In twenty-ninof the one hundred and thirty Cuatoms District of the United State the expense of collection exceeds the receipts. In Atlanta every dollar collected coat the Government $50.84. State Senator II. J. Redfield, of Monroe, Mich., committed suicide on hie lot In the cemetery. In a note found upon his person he eSid he was going to dlo on the only piece of ground In the world that he tf's finest families. 8etM years sHerwarda Its noved to Somerset te practice hts Here he got late a difficulty sad committal an act whleti blasted his life, caused him to be a fugitive from'juetlce, sad an exits from the land he loved ao well. HtrUln was small and slender, with one evo out and the other of a whitish gtcy, which gave him a peculiar appearance. He was an eloquent speaker, was friendly and sociable and said to posse geaerous iiual (lies. But with all there redeemable traits he was afllicted with some weaknesses; he was inclined lo be and seemed to pouts a mania for using the pistol. He doted on his nativs State, Kentucky, and said he would give the world If he could return and spend his' remaining days and let his body rest beneath her soil. Lancaster, Texas, Sep. 10, '83. E. T. OMs Is vMt-la- g friends m Hkbme. Mrs. M. D. Hughes, wifc of oar editor, la qatte 111. Misses KateBofdeU aed Settle Collier, have gone to North MhMMewn to attend school. MUs Geaia Harkley, of Lexington, Is visiting her stater, Mrs, Dr. F. O. Young. Mr, and Mm. Theedere Curry have returned from Cincinnati, Mr. J. W. Griffin, the popular sgeat o( Ibe Adams' Expiess Company, has been appointed as PaftsoNAt, Mta Maeate r.j.cuHiiaif. o o H H H (ft m BRIGHT Whelrsmlo & HHrl CURRAN. rnlcri In Kctnll GROCERIES AND HARDWARE, ttllJBKIVNWAlCli;, AV. Wa run two faousw, oarry tho Largest Stook ia town; pay eash for our goods, whloh onableaua to soil you nlomr than any one. All we ask ia a trial. BRIGHT St OURRAN. i o M (ft I H (ft 6 a Ed I CO W. H. HIGGINS ! -- DEALER IN IlHi-tttvar- 0 2 K 9 o w g IreH, NpekcH, IMihh, Heme NhecH, MhIIm, UraccrlrH, HHKgy WhcflH, Match, s 5 GratcN, NtouctVHrc, HCCiiHHHrr, llHjtKy Whip, IlnrHCMn, Chiio MIIIh, Oltlcr MIIIh, Imp Cercr, NHtMIc, Corn NhHIcrn, Cellar, iA & Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Woodea and. Cast Pumps, amd the Celebrated May field Elevator. Tin Roof ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. to 9 O w a a H JO h O weather-boardin- g d H (ft 4 H $ 0 3 500 PAIRS Ladies', Misses and Children Fine and Me dium Grade 5 JEdl 3B d -- These are Frosli Fall Goods and Parties "Wanting SCHOOL SHOESI Should Govern Themselves Accordingly. BRUCE, WARREN H & CO. Mc-Cla- ft PREPARE BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR I -- t Street-railwa- y FALL g5O crq GO SEEDING ! e And be sure you examine, before purchasing, our line of Seeding Im? d9 o W g-- d plements as follows: xxt CD B'2 Sfia il 5 oc hj in O C73P P g o ?6 K?U . . p2p2 r J-- i SUllOBON DENTIST, At ST3 O CD o stt P3 CD e-e- o iM-ly- rl & ti a J rrJ its- 3 Bag d ,. l l PP M ts bs'rB w -- P P5 O ' c iZ . r1 --T - c - . Iandretli's aiMlcii J5 l-B- - P- - 3. j CD CD err- n tj-f w. i DD s CD S & p pr In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of ifMl at tfCisM, P Uw, oq -. . FURNITURE Ih J8 B'h p ,TH O H (JO CD -i 2 Q. o L cl, m p Cu " 4 P CD The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, The Trump Grain Drill with Spring Seat, The Buckeye Spring Shoe Grain Drill, e The Star Grain Drill, The Albion Spring Sulky-Harroand Broadcast Seeder, The Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Sulky Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, The Moline Sulkey Plow, The Cassedy Sulky Plow. One-hors- w i This line of Implements cannot be celled. ex- r h. mrg -CH- o F p" rt cd H Wo o g D - M. p'O W 5 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 GEO. D. WEAKEN, Frisky MeniBg, . iteptMtor 14, 1883 a . ieou rwf cm. . 1 oo r. at, I H A.M. 1 H A. M. Mall trala going North " Houth Houth, KsprcMlrala' - t OS r. h, " Horh L9CAL NUTICES. Nick ttodk of lilrllidtv canla al IVtiny A McAIUttr's. Standard ready ml set! pelnls t A HURg'i. Bto lot of battels of 11 MoAHr. Hcy I'Aiirrtof School Bonn, at McRoberls arJ Bust's. Penny A klndsJiHt recely. line at Penny A HeAlitteVe, Watchbb, Cloeki wlJwlrT repaired and warranted by Penny A MeAlltter. Compound Foneonahs.coWt, Ac, Bv tup Wlilia l'iM. I'm up in 2Co and 60c botttesu Trial site 10c. Mclloberta A eJ br T. 11. Walton. JoC Haas Hog Cfcolera Curt). I'mbj A McAllettf so!e stents. Brand m slock of every lbln la IU twtitj w 6M. PERSBMAL Mim aurritr, of Virginia, It tL guest el Mr. W. M. Lackey. Mn. J.T. ADAt,of Miller A Adsms, Hytllsvltle, was tier yesterday, Mr. Qk. Drth amd wti'K, of tht West End, were In town yesterday. Judoe U. M. Horn: and wife, of LttlU Hock, Ark., Is visiting his titter, Mr. W. P.Tate. Miss Y.U7.X Khulkman Iim gone to Lonlevllls to visit friend and lake- In the' Kspotltton. -- MevW.T. Kkott, of thai,. A. N., nil hre yeeterJav settling claims for itock killed on liU road. Mr. L.M.HiLL,of Waetilngtnn, da,, who brought Ml. Rallle May Hill to lima rcturntd home. Dr. A. 8. Yarbrouoh, of Como, Miaa., arrive! Tuesday, with hla daughter, Mlta Mattle, who will attend the College. ' Mr. W. II. KlK( and wife, and Mlta J M.le King, left Wednesday for Louisville, to visit their tltler, Mn. Leila Lynam. Mim JemnibUockch, a very hand tome young Itdy from Tint Bluff, Ark , it visiting her relatives and many frienda here. Mrs. Q. A Lackey and little daughter, Clara, and Mr. K. T. ltocheeter and Kddle, art) vleitlng Mr. T. Vf. Thompson, la Loultvilla. d At Pahmvill yesterday J. W. Mies Bailie Moore were married. J. M. Saunders and Mix Minnie Dinwiddle were the attendant. Col-legliar-riaan- LOCAL MATTERS. TiUOTiir fitenal T. R. Walton'. Fresh biter's bread alwaya on band a 8. 8. Myera Bargains in harnea an being offered by T. K. Walton. Bid Una of harness, bottom figure. Bright A Curran. Nice, by T. R. Walton. hi lot of Queeeawara juit rtcelv-e- d riTd Wk want to )1 18,000 aawed ablngle. Bruee, Warren A Co. Tkikb let of Jerseys, asserted eelort, Jutt at J. W. Uaydto'a. Dex'Tbuj your heaUsgatOTe and grate W. II. Hlgglna' ateck. until yon i if A icb line of Fall Millinerr now open lag at Mr. Kate Dudderar's. Call and Coax. I selling at 11 cent per butbel rt.we!ghed from the car or 12 cent Jelly-re- KptEUBKit the dato or ala of tho ertate of Jackaon Glteoi: 2Slh in.t. Adrertlie-raen- t e4aewher. A Faoer, which did ome damage to the corn bladee, fell Monday night, making the aecond of the aeaaoa. Thm office la indebted to Mr. J. C. Hemphill, of tancaaUr, for a delightful eoftaade by telephone. A round trip rata Including admlaalon to the Cincinnati Exposition I now made from here by the K. U for ft. We dety competition on atovr, grate Ac. We only aak you to come and examine our priee. Bright A Curran. W. H. Hlggln' cook e tin trimminge; no leakage, or repaired free) of charge. KtMEMDra with atoTM you get home-mad- want a cooking atoye don't fail to tea the "New Columbian." Everybody buye them. For aale only by Bright A Carraa, We have good new for the Circu lov er. 8. H. Barrett A Co.' great lUIlroad Ill glye two exhlblllon here on aeow Saturday, Oct. 0th. Tumi are nine cane of fererat Mr.J.J. Mebcrly', near town. y All down, wre Mr. Moberly, betide oral Ylaitor from Madltoo. Mr. 8. II. Buamk baa put down a brick pavement oa hi portion of Depot atreet and now we hep the Council will make all of follow autt. The raU the other k of a bu been erable make-thlthre entirely too long. I'ebuoss baying claim agalntt the county will remember that tht lat Legltlalurt pawed a law requiring that they be (worn to and pretested to tbe County Clerk at leatt ten day before the Court of Claim, which l held la thl county the ltt Monday la October. The Contract to carry the mall coming by the K. C. from Stanford Junction to Stanford wa awarded to A. T. Nuaaelley, at f 10 per moslb, and hereafter we will get our Rlcbmoad and Lanoatter mail tbe tame day whether the train make or sot. "Pull down your vtaVabouU beebang-t- d to "pull down your Jtrny," though tbe ayerage girl don't have to be told that often. Eftrr oaewe tee U Induttrloualy working to kte( here la plaee, but when tbe Rett It' there It looki jwt too awfully too too tweet, provided tbe baa tbe rigbt kind el a figure. Ir yeu w. typho-malari- ft tide-wal- the living God;" and of the aecond where ye would not have condemned tht jyuiWrsi." wrought of earthly wlndom appear, "O, U, thin it 01 the wrong you do mm wnoe you tay with is I.OVK' But the depth of the wltdom and of the knowl only name"Tell ua plainly doartTliAiillie Ihe Jew, beet But the dale Chilled Wow- -tb edge of God)" Thrice blessed they who Christ? Why does nol God sntak more and chetpeet-- of T. R. Walton. words torounttr discover Ihe "open secret," revealed yet plainly, with no ots-n- r hidden. And to I tee that God is hidden vail the favorable side? lilt answer It ev Wanted Butler, v, Cabbage, Sweet in dl'gulae all through scripture in en "I have told yon; my works lestlfy; my T. M W,llM. PnJ.ln.. J words testify; If ye believe not Motet and scoria of placet rough, repulsive, even the Prnphttt, ye will not lielleve through A New Invoice of Qaeenew'are and The Famtrs lfomt Journal tajts "The odious -t- he Creator of evil at well a good; one who rote from the dead." But foi the OlaMwareJuet received at Bright A Cur- - Blackburn apple wa among the' varleliet Indeed no evil that he It not the doer of real. If there wre no obscurities there could lie no fsllh. Therefore "I speak in The exhibi- at in leal, XI.VJ or drowning a world of parables" clear lo Ihe willing Egyptian exhibited at the Kxpoalllon Htrayeu. A roan cow. tion naked pardon for Ita bad quality tinners In a frenzy of fury; or torturing the darknrtt to Ihe unwilling O, how tlmpl Ihe wretched Canaanltet, aparing neither allltifnnn onI resolve lo defend God Would be thankful lor Information of kef, which waa readily granted. Mr, (leo. l'oj. We acknowledge coiirlUIct trotn Col. age nor tex; leaving "nothing alivo that through thick and thin To know Him but in the purpose of Hla ven bv one nomel Then all good ftllt on one e brealhelh" The K. 0, pay train waa out Wednesday Jno. B. Cattleman, I'realdent of the idr,ll evil nn Iheollicr. Here I God and geance; slaying half the human race, and there Tiim-da1'ilr Aanociatlon, which oena the devil. Put all that Is gcol, andyeaterday the Ii. AN. waa dlapeBting in helples infancy, and with linger- lovely, twee!, plewnt on the Sept. 18th and clo on the 32d. Per- - more, the "fondullcka" to the boy. Look out Is unpleasone Intending to go lo the Exooall on ing torments unimaginable in the aggre Put all that it piinful, all lh.it for for tomtthing to drop at the Junction to flesh nr spirit on the devil, for It all do well to arrange their vitit for gate; damning men in a hell of mingled ant would Is hie. and be consistent and thorough in that week and lake in both the big thowa. fire and brimstone for apparently Intermin standing? lo it thlt sheet anchor of our II. C. RorLEY ti now receiving hi fall David and Anderton Chenault, execu able age and calling upon Ilia saved onet earthly life then life I "joy and pesce." tnd winter good and invite the publlo lo tor r, told the Cabell Cbenault farm of 460 to exalt and rejoice In it, though hutbtndt My reader, uat try ill it win never ue an inspection of hi ttock, confident of hi acre, near Cane Spring, In thla county. wives, children furnished fuel for the abandoned after one fair trial. Ever In JeGeo. O. I) Ann rt. ans, ability to pleaae all detiring flrtt datatuitt Dayld Chenault, all thoee features of Jr, bought 125 tcrct.wilh dreadful fire; andplainly, boldly, withhorno A Card. to order. ror appearing the Improvement, at $37 00 per acre, and IZIUor Interior Jnurnat' Kr.roKTS from Liberty are to tbe effect David Chenault, fir., 325 acrte at the tame seeming hint that all It not right. "Veri I rurl In your last lnue that Ibe poor ileal ly Thou trt a God thtt hldeat Thyself," title) week price. Richmond Herald, that the Fair that wa held there ereature, MunJI, left a note to mo to the etTect of old. "Joseph tpake roughly" lo wa a very aalltftctory exhibition and Lminoton Court Day, Ilortei told taid one that HI did not deliver hlsshot-gn- n lo Ms lltllo largely attended. We are told that over on Cheapalde from $40 lo JltO; weanling hit brethren twore at them "by the life of son, ht would corns back snd kick me. Of eourto dead man, but for I hart no raakt to 2,000 people were on the ground Wednee-day- . mule told from SCO to $86; for Pharaoh;" exiled them splen and put them the benefitreply topublic, I Hit of tht will tttUi thst I only $105; iged mule told from $125 to $165 in prison. How many of ua have been kept Ilia Rao a few days to prevent any one get utterly Ignorant of the love and ten- - ting II, ami tgtvt It to Mrs. Cook Hit day lefora Notice. All of the account and nolu Bualnete wa reported good at the atock there; yarda. There were no fat cattle on the dernest of our "Elder Brother" that yearn Iheanielde ot MunJI. I only acted lo aid the of Chenault, Hiverance A Co. have been and patiently endured until we public In arriving at a Juit roocluilon as lo the to Mr. K. It. Chenault and placed market. Slock cattle told from $3.60 to ed, wept death of poor Mn. Murxll. Itcspectfullr, came into the light and aaw Him for $ 60; but feeder dull at $4.75. in taj hand for collection. 1'arttea knowSmash SrooiCAMoaic There I not a book written by the In Cincinnati the cattle market ia ing themielvee indebted to taid firm will BucXlen's Arnica Salre. lead j ; common 2 to 3; fairlo medium 3 master of the pen, that does not owe lis aye coat and trouble by calling at my ofTht grrattat medical wonder of the world. War to 4; good to choice butcher gradra 4 to 6; chlcl interest to the fact that it characters ranted lo aprcdllr euro Hums, Drulsra, Cuts, Ul M. 1'evton. fice and tattling at once. are diigultcd. How tame and insipid else! cers, Halt Rheum, Kercr Mores, Cancers, riles. to choice thipper 4 lo 0; tlock-e- n The world renowned divorce lawyer, common exCbllMiln,, Corn,, Tetter, Charped Hands aod all and feeder 3j to IJ. Uoga ire firm. But to find that under rough, uncouth Joe, B, I'axton, Eq , had three applicateriors linked the truest, tendereil hearts; skin eruptions, guaranteed to cure In every In Selected butcher tnd heavy thipper 5 to stance, or money refunded, A positive cure lor tion to bring lull for divorce before fair lonocd packera 4 to 6.15; com all this gradually developing as the ttory files. 2.1c For sale by fenny A JtcAI. KreaVfut the other morning, but like the 5; goes on lo Its climax, until genius does its Isles. 15 lo 4.85. Sheep are tteady at 2 mon 4 In, he advited them to good man that he "perfect work" and fills us with the joy of A Run on a Drug Store. contider further before taking the final to 4; ttock wethert 3 to 4; do. ewet 2 the beautiful discovery of a glorious charNever was such a rush made for any Drug Store to 3. Lira La 4 to 0 cenla. lep. Two of the pernont mentioned were acter; who it there but knows this to be at la now at fenny A McAUater'a for a (Vial bottle Mow Dlscortry for Consumption, black and the other white, true. And'yet we come to the book of of Dr. King's BEYOND THE OCEAN'S WAVE God and expect thai it is lo come into a Coughs and Colds. All persons aOectod wllh Asth The Baptht church building ie at lait ma, llronchllls, Hoarrcnns, Sevtrn Couglia or any world full of practical people and give affrctlonof tho Throat and Luugtcan gsta trial progreaalng finely and we are told the Wick SOUSOIHTII 1IOU8R, work will be done in two weeka. It will them nothing practical; lo a world full of tutlltof this great remedy Jree, by calling at the Kegular ilic, II. HlCllHIATK, London, Aug.28, '83 peopl educated lo look for disguises and ahore Drug Store. be 30x00 feet and the floor will be elevated gradually to the rear, ro that pereon occu- Vtat Jmlnior t yet no disguises; a monster of a book to reWe had a blesaed time at Hackney JIKIV AllThuTlSKHESTK. pying the b'tck teat can tee the preacher quire nolhlng of faith; lo try nobody; to lat Sunday, with 75 confcaalona for a have every thing to insipidly plain that at welt aa Ihoao In front. The tteeple will ajjhe 3 tervicea 17, 1 3 and 45 shall grow with nothlove and confidence be 70 feet high, which it a little higher makea with 23 laat night n Thia ing to grow upon; no surprises of discovery; than any In town. total of 401 adulla almoit exclusively, at Mule, llorso or Mare, to no ecstacy of loyal affection; no nothing that We want a The drought tlitl continue, though there there it no Sunday-tchoo- l 13 hands connected with Mutt fearful- work In our Minescompactly lie HJ to high; stroog and built aud well proporare pronpect at preient for rain, If all the BiUaion yet and no way ojiened for a a human being ought to have; hov tioned; about 0 ycais old; well broke and fro) from to look eigne do not fall In dry weather. Warm, chlldren'a meeting. And in the fully occu ly unreasonable and unrighteous all blcralsJi. Yut such a Mule we will pay a liber-I price, cash, and want It Immediately. cloudy and wind from the exit ought to pied ground where the church wae origin- for such a book from the God of Truth Al.TAMOyr Vtt A I, CO., East liernatsdt, Ky. bring It. It will be tnotl loo late, however, ally built for pure. High Church purpose, Yet such ia tbe atheist's demand; such is ISOthe scknowledged authority of thousands good. Tbe corn la put re- it ia a wonder that even to do much to much haa been of believer in God and the bible. Exdemption and the grata ia absolutely gone, done during tbia month of Auguat, a ha many farmera having to feed their cattle. already been accompliahed. Tbe locality tremes meet and Ingersoll and Talma go We will now pay spccls attention to In the knob many com field will not ia a bad one for reaching the matte, and stand together one attacking the other defending on precisely the same platmake Med, while the general average in for other clatter; being smotherWCUHTOM OrtlNOIIVG.-K- e the county la thought to be not over a half ed by thriving and active organlxatlon form. The only remedy it God's. "The We promise to giro satisfaction, and when desired letter killeth the Spirit giveth life." The will glee fatent Flour for Wheat. Can make a crop. aurrounding it on every hand. Our condear God haa been going about for 0,000 either bolted or unboiled meal. DEATHS gregation hare averaged about 250 to 300 lltt--t mcai.intek anai.i.i:i:. years inquiring, "Whom tay yo that I am?"' Mr. Ephralm Severance, brother of during the wee a night and 600 or 700 dur- O, how varied and contused the answera, Mr. Joe. rieverance, of tht place, died near ing Sunday. But there haa been no ser though He Himself hat put one unvarying Crab Orchard latt week of paralit!, after a vice without confcajlont of the dear Name, in our very mouths! It is this: GOD IS and commonly au average of 10 to 15 two clay a' attack. LOVE! This is the one name by which y Estill. The many frienda of thla nightly. Praise the LOUD. We cloae to- He will ba known. He will put any one lovely and lovable young lady will deeply morrow night with a Temperance Meeting "on high" if he will but know that name. For tbe arrest and delivery to ue of and Bro. Allen will resume hi pastoral regret to hear of her untimely death. (Pa. xci ) He refuses lo be called by any Win. Dnnncgnn mid Jnmes Ilninnalcr. Richmond Hcnli tats: Mtaa dulie next Sunday. We like the Hack other either in law or grace. "Tho LORD T. XlM'tAXIl, Ilallle Eatill, one of the moat popular ney people much and will not toon forget GOD merciful and gracious; alow to anger; Jailer Lincoln County. young ladle of thla city, died at tbe resi- the pleasant, quiet, blesoed meeting held abundant in goodness and truth," is the dence of Mr. L E. Franclt, Monday even- at Trinity Church. More and more tbe Old Testament' equivalent of "God is JLHC. ing, September 10, at 10 minute lo 12 bleated teacbloga of the Spirit, dimly dis- Love" of Ihe New. This name is the touch covered at first, aa all truth are at the stone; to this all doubtful scriptures are to Homoeopathic Pbjslclnn, o'clock, in the 22J year of her age. ITer illnexa waa a very brief one, ahe having atart lake definite thane and color until be brought for interpretation; this name DANVILLE, - - KENTUCKY. men, lite tree walking," give place to few dayr. The been tick with fever but solves all "mysterious providences;" lets us forma of symmetry and beauty that delight funeral tervice will be held at the.reai- Itealdance, Clement House; office opp. Central of difficulties; puts out of our prison-hous- e Nat. Rank. deoce of Mr. L. E. Fraticia at 2 o'clock tbia tbe eyo instead of terrifying by their mon- us where we can love In tbe darkness more and children Special attention to diseases of women the past eighteen years. strosity. And more than all else I now fteraoon. than in the light; and enables us to throw tee the necessity, aa well at wisdom, of scripour arms around our Father' neck, even RELIGIOUS. ture being given just aa it it in rough, forwhilt the smart of Ihe rod is on our bickt; Arrnrtllnt- - la Ihr annual renort iuat bidding form, ofllime, and clothed in because we know thlt "an enemy," not He, Late of Chenault, Severance 'A Co., SunlorJ, Ky., with ittued the Cumberland 1'reabyterian church wordt that appeal with horror tnd repel it inflicting the pain. Our Father only & CO.. M. hie 27 Synoda, 11G l'reabyterica, 1,439 with what men call "indecency-,to that takes the etlng of the agony away and nevmlnlatera, 2,601 congregation, 113,760 no preacher on earth has ever been bold er inflicts it. He makes alive never kills; Importers and Jobbers of Dry floods. Notions, dc, 637, 53'J, fill Mala Street, Cor. blxth, member and 66,511 Sunday School schol enough to read the bible though before a heala, never makes sick; bindeth up, cover acY. amount comriuuteu lor an cnar- - congregation, but ever Cod it neceeaary to wounds. Love can do none of these last. ar. The is U:d." only good. "One it good-th- at fililn itnrtvwa durinv the year wal SI17. pick out and cull, with careful avoidance It Whenitmv earthly father chastised me, I 098; $70,000 more than the previouayear. of pitaagea that he darea not read. Thia is naver could feel like throwing my arms School A Southern correapjndent wrltea ; all made plain to mo now, aa never before; round his neck while the smart of the lash was on mo. I would gladly have kicked ia relatively atroneer in to that the atumbling-block- t "Prmlirlrrlinlam of a lifutime his cbins, had I dared; though perhaps South Carolina than in any Slate of tbe are removed at once and forever. To those willing to believe after tht nnart miiorer that :sI Montliiy in Sciif., And yet who on thlt account cavil at aud reject the all was for the beat. But now, knowing nho Oiicu aoulb of renniyivania. Union, Doardln prlfats lsmtllea yery cnesp. Applica1 cm run to my Fatuer's there are only 12,500 member to a popu- Blessed Book I love, a cluo might be fur inflict lain airayj, tion! for a male frlnclpal will be received. lation or nearly 400,000 white. 4,000 nished, if they really wished one, by tbe arms tne moment I feel the smart and say, d JAMES ItlW.B.K'T you nro not doing this; you tnembera to a Kpulatlon of 600,000 color pretty (able of Arluoto, quoted by Macau- - "Dear Father, have uothlog to do with it; but you cati ed. All kind and colon of Preabyterlaui lay, which tell how a good fairy, wiahing heal; heal me now." And lie does it with n ! to bleiw, came first to the objects of her fa touch. No waiting till the smart is over in tbe State number only 20,000, or vor in a repulsive disguise to lest them,and and the wound heals by s natural process. of the population." same:' 1 want a The meeting being conducted in the then, upon being received and kindly en "Do not publicans tbe for me than "NaThe undersigned baslng.been appointed God who will do better Is 1'. B. Kauduian, of Biptlat church by tbe Hev. II. Allan Tup. Irenled, ii suddenly traiufigured into her ture," or "second causes," or the forces now ready IhfultUjof sanio. Alt persons drod.. hating to tellle up in iotereal own original beauty of peraomand shower will prctcnt them, propiocreaae per, of llairodaburg, which one may have without faith. I re claims mlnt laid estate Teritlsd. Tbose Indebted to tht estate will At the evening tervice the blessings untold upon the happy and aa fuse 'o let my wounds heal slowly au sin- erly coins lorward and settle at once. each day. please by tbe "lapse of time." My God There Is Or prlrato tat a stock of houae ia crowded tnd all enjoy littenlng to tonisbed recipients of her bounty. The ners do it better to me than that. O, what a joy to the ecrneat tpeaker. The reault up to ye. point the great tstayial make ol this it to know Him, at laatt I will defy any one to Saddles, Harness, Bridlos, &o., &o. show thai civil and religious liberty ever "kist the rod" about which there is to ttnliT waa fifteen addition to the church The Saddles being the 'celebrated Jemlton mike." 10 by confeulon and 6 by letter and watch- - come disguised in hateful forms, at first, much sentimental palaver, I will dety These goods will b sold he loss than cult and on shop occuany one to tay honestly that they fore God ease terms. Tuesaddla and harnessdeath Is also care. At tbe evening tervice Sunday 7 and only lavlthes her choicest favor upon far alHielina them Goa may brlnir cood out pied by 1' 8. KsuBintn prior to his .T. J. Jt01iI.SOX,Aiuir,. .r . . II tor sale. those who receive her thus, upon trust. r .k am.i. mwwnrr .11 1Richmond Herald. were biptlxed. in.. llustouTille, Ky, iniin .1- H8-And it not tbia the very backbone princi- honey from tbe lion's carcass; that is true, LAND STOCK AND CROP. ono ple of tbe eternal award of Matt. xxv,when but a very different thing. But every Billy Oooch told to D. N. Trewltt 60 the aatounded ontt upon whom knightly knuwa the struggle In trying to be "recon Divine will," when they think bog at per cwt. honor are heaped inquire at to the reason ciled to tbe calamity. O, the torments the offering 00 cent of such royal treatment, "When taw we Godsends Our dialett are only needlessly endured! Altai is this 'array ol for wheat here now; Thee, ski, in prison or ojjlicUd and minis- pleasantness a path of peace?" Far from For tale. Seven yearling alter, thirty tered to Thee?" and receive the reply that it. The remedy it to know that the devil of all our misery, all pain, all in tbe persona of the feeblest of tbe Savlor'a la the author ewet and one Merino buck. Jo Ballou. our ifllictiont. all our stripes. Then we Eight large work mule and ten fine earthly loved ones, Himself waa ministered can go out at once to our God for delivermilk cowa for tale. Apply to or addreat unto. How little did tbey realite It, but ance and alwayt find il. Even when the ltwa even to. "Ye did it unto Me" thorn la not removed, we see the LORD B.Owen, Huatonvllle, Kr. "grsce" is welcomed as B. U. Pennington bought of B. Q. A "What LORD, I it possible that Thou can't do It, but His for endurance. No airuggle for In watt hidden under those rag of squalor, "sufficient" J. F. (lover 100 of the owe adrertlaed submission to the "divine will," for St is not our latt at $2 02J per head. aud Thy holy person wat disguised la pris- tbe divine will any more than ours. What In Scott county thla week there were on garb, or lay an emaciated, helpless suf a mockery lo come to a mother who haa and tell her eold 63 head feeding cittle at $4 00; 17 ferer on a bed of pain?" let, It waa even lost her ton at bleating from God in. disguise, espeaverage 1,380 lb, at $5.-1- 6 to; and woe to those who looking on the It ia a if the poor child has been cut oil in bead 3 year-olcially and 177 bead mixed abeep and Iamb at surface passed the same repulsive object In. What a crime to tell a voune wif 4 cent. by, loving their own eat and comfort more that the husband of her love hss been takTht cattle murriau ie prevaillog at than tbe leader ministries of love. And o en from her ty GoJ, in goodness and love. Guthrl", Ky., and tlowly tpreadiog to tht Who has not lell the noiiowocis 01 an nucu It I and must be, 01 faltb will be Impossi- worda from 'miserable comforters?" turroundlng country; tome fifty head of catble. All good ia veiled snd our Uod iiliu-seNo, dear tuflerer! Face the fsct. A calamtle have died. Itie thought the dleeate tnt-.,mutt be, though clearly revealed to ity bit overtaken yout The devil lathetouch; wa Introduced by tome Alabama cattle. .kn !. itnnn It. But God cau faith, ysl a God that "hides Himself." So wound tad heal it instantly. Run John Simm told to 81mm, Mailing manifest in the Ho" come your III Into mule at Jeaui 'God arias, who hat nothing whatever ty A Co. 35 head of 2 year-olwelcome to do with your anguisn, um iu Vij , la a form that love and faith shall $165 per head. Geo. Raley eold to Jo. O. and adore, stooping Ie kit the hem of HI who would have spared you if He could Phillip 15 bead of yearling wulea for $!, not bruised; garment, or leaning on HI bosom; but lo He can bind up though He hat made tick. 607.50, or $10060 per bed.-LVaHe can heal though he haa not the Pharisee odious and scorns!; "to tbe Hit name it LOVE Don't blame Him. KlaniUrJ. to tbe Greek fool Don't do any thing Ibat will near htraniv The Farmert' Jitiicv, publUhed in Chi Jew a ttutnbllarf-bloek- ; who btMevt, "Christ oa Him, for III la BoUbe fault. He Is oago, ettluute that tbe core crop hat been Uhnett;" yet to all trying to rid the world of sutTtrlag and It iaJuiedSSper cent, in the State a ed por- the powK of Ged sad tbe wltdetn of God." doing 111 uM to nasteo me Ia JtMte' ferton there la were tbaa meet But "Sataa hlndera" and retard His purtion of State where frotte have occurred. teorif were tbaa meets pose of mercy, aBd alas I men and women Tobacco, bop, tomato, grape and other the eye. Ia fierce struggle, help Stlan in miser crop are ia waay localitie entirely lb tear. Roth are la disguise, hut faith inmlua 111. Inthetba keln of the LOKU ruUed. There wat froti agaU TitMday pseetreU tbl aod aejt of tbe first tho' airalast ihe mighty." Accuao the guilty' morning la northern Obio. Frett U re- looking outwardly on only a GallUeaa cm not the Innocent. "If ye had known I ptAiBt-'Th- on art the Christ the Boa of that aaylng I will have mercy, not eacrlnee. ported aa far South a Georgia. Potato" by the wtgon load tell here at 25 cent per tmefcel. lr.a A. M. Ftland told lo Sutton A Kernbull per, of (larrard county, a hort-horcalf for $60 and a buggy horte lo John llnlldei for $125 W. B. Clovd haa rented the farm nf Mike Cloyd to W. G. Koulen, for J4 21 per acre, and hit own farm of 240 acre near McKlnney, lo Kvtn Lyon, for $1,000, - HON. Al O. TAI.HOTT, ntriAjKlaaramlMaU fur Speaker Hon a of Representatives. el the nett ESTILL SPRINGS plsee ! 3 Hating Iskenehsrge Farm For Sale AlsalnUAoresorllmfxr Und, 1 I forhe ol thla famona coming season, I sm now walerltf Adjoining the town of IlrtdfordiTlllo, Marlon eounlr, Kyetntslng 111) Arrr ol well lm- - I hsvt 1 eorpa o trained tervanta and will bt able proTra limit p" lwo-ianw iiwvhidk aim to furnlah , ensary outtmlMlon; gaol well, orchard and pUn-t- y of shratiberTi Isris yard arnnml tht houso. SHiUfhciory AcrommntlHlieHti farm, which I will sell very chesp. Oil on or To all persons In pursuit of health or pUasur. sddrrns It. von 1,. Th medicinal nusiltlrs of thei wstert art too ll(9--tf nradfurdiTllle, Ky. wall known to the peopl or Central Kentucky to need a description f tnelrllfe-glTln- g properties. I Tht rat of linarit will r...itt. Information, apply to mt at Irslne, Ky. ml tt Receive Guests. d School for Girls t 'W- S. M. i'KACOCK. Lou!-vlll- I will teseh tdty schnnl for glrlt'.ln IhtHprlncs building In Crab Orclisrd, God-tid- e ItCKlHHliiK.Irl nn!Hy,Ocl. 1, ISSil, And continuing months. I wMUbo assisted by two competert teachers, ont to Instructor In niuilc. For further particular, terms, Ac., apply .JHJY.V VAUttlNIi HHKVK. lo td Silver Creek, gy. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr A Fine Blue-Gra- ss Farm 2, 1883, At Public ShIc. This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER f will srlt st nubile outerv the farm on which Ire- aldr. sltusted about 8! miles from rllanford. Lin coln county, Immediately on the turnpike road 1 s! rrom Etanrurii iOBomeraei,con Mining l7i dwelling It hss on it a comlortable and with six rooms, a kitchen, good barn and all necessary outbuildings. It Isciceptlonally wellwa-Urc- d, there being 8 never failing spring.. On hundred acres or thia una :a strictly no. tht residua is tool srattnt alloeeth'rit Is a very ex cellent stock farm. There Is on thtplsraan orchard, of about 100 young spple trees In full bearing ofsclcet fruit. At tht asms time and on the prem-Is- ol will tie also told all my rtisonil property, con nieerp, 3 Mils uiws, a sisting oi a Cowa and other young Cattle, CO well bred F.wea,2 Wig good work Horses, 0 head of ilogt, 1 on, I Jersey Wagon, a Mowing Machine and Farming Iraplementa generally. Also! Acres of Corn In iherieldand a lot of Hay la stacks. Terms made known on day of isle. Acre, ltt Proprietor ii Determined that 11 aaau oe second to bo Coaatrv Hotel ia the State in iu Pare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort or their Qnetti. fatst age will bt eons ejed to ltd from Ihedeptl nprrin arrnmmoatiions so to Commercial Traieltrs. 1 he lltr will be alware tapplled wllh the brands or l.lqton aad Cigars. una ...ir..!,,, t utt uu-i- u ns.ts.y a. i;.iAfiijs. ir li. FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY ST. J Sale of Fine Lands Aa Admlnlatrators with will annexed of Jackson (Ilrens, deceased, wo trill on SH lHKn. at bis Isle residence in Lin Hi: coln Co.. Kv. sell bis entire estate, real and ner- sonai, ronsitiiug 01 two iracts 01 isnu. una 01 is f ney iiitcus- - i.nnrcu adjoining ine ir landof Albert Smith, tho Logan orothers, (leorge Kngletuan and Wm. McAfee; ssld hnd is rich, lies well, is well fenced, well watered aod In a nigh ""a- IT. I'llIIIAY. A?A:PH, 1 ;A STANXWItD, Having had this Hotel -- 'Y. Z t - liar-ve- retpec-lifely- T StocIsIKEcn.Itloticc flrit-cls- at state of cultleatlon. Tho other, the boms tract, containing 3111 From basement to garret,- Ai'ltKN.tllutleon loth sides or tht Lincoln and Uojlo r. r. Uoad.Smllea from Danville and liilcnd and 2 miles from and Junction Cities, has Ih jVlrNf-CInsonltagoodaub-tantlalfraiu- s dwelling ot se-MsasiuArL -- -rooms, good barn, granary, carriage-hous- e aod other necessary buildings also a good orchard. And letTt nothing nndont that will 'add to tht This tract Is til austeptible ot cuttiTatlon and ia MY 6UEST.S. finely adapted to the raising of corn, wheat Ac., COMFORT OF and Is also a grastng farm, bason It 4 nerer-fatt-in- g springs, Is well lencrd and witlm-se- a desirable home for persons seeking ono. ItafliriiiBhca and BeMtcd le Keep it I a Sirlclly -t TO THE PUBLIC SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS The personalty consists of 3 cows, 1 yoke oxen, 1 I haet bull, 2 yearling hetfera,' 1 buggr horse, I biood To.P?3.lSnl,e " KOOMS,every eonvenleneejucb aa SICE SAMPLE Ac, for their mares, 38 head ol yearling mules, i large work mules, 41 bead of bogs and about 99 shoats; also 1 Baggage Transferred to and from buggy, several shares in tbo D. C If. T. P. the Depot free of charge. Road, farming utensils, wtgon, 1 ox- GIvemeacalL W.N. FRANCIN. carl, 1 wheat drill, 1 Osborne.reapcr, 2 harrows Ac. 40 acres of corn In shock. Terms liberal and will be niado known on day ol sale PERSONALTY. Commercial Travelers Art oOVed " u. GKonur. uu'exm, l"l-t- d j.n. fiivi:.n, Amlnlatralora, KENTUCKY CEliM B, T- O- I. I Reward ! J-'n- BT F1K THE MOST DESIRABLE EOUTK Will ir $25 Each DANVILLE And decidedly tbe Popular Bonte, affording, aa It does, leas changes and superior accommodations to CiarciWNATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, Wed-needa- n i7-- PLANING MILL COMPANY, Manufacturers of ana norm, Korlhwest and West. In fact.ir you conte mplato a trip in any direction, jour interest gsnt Iew IMy Coaches, and handsomely furnished Kecllnlng Chair Cars form the unequaled equipments of this Old tollable, thereby making a trip oecr this line ons ol luxurious comfort and pleasure. Try It. TIME TABLE. IH EFFECJ JULY . 18S3 T. !:. SMITH, South. Lve. CoTlngto- No. 2. n- No. 4. pm pm p ro pm No. 16. lr l&V-ji- - JOS. SEVERANCE, J. ROBINSON DqorH, Snali, IHiiuls, Win-lo- ami Door FrjuncH, Work, Turn- - Slolri- - Arr. laria Lvt. Arr. Lexington., Lie. " Ulllersburg. aiinomn " Onlhl.n. raria. Carllslo S 00 am 3 00 9 SJ a m 4 3J a m 5 40 II IS a m 6 IS Ill 13 a m 10 4)i igMpm 7 10 15 1G HSpm pm pm 40 p m CO " lugs, Scroll Saw s LOOiyVIIilili. lug J.Hllic Work, Flooring, CcilteftWcnth- crlioHnlliig, DrotNeil I.umlior, And other Crab Orchard High pir Arr. Msjsrlllo... 1.T0. l'rl 11 15 a m fl 13 p .. " Winchester 12 la p u 7 15 p ml... " Richmond..... I 40 ji m 8 40 nml !l to " Lancaster . IOCS pnijl3 Id Arr. MUniordJunt 10 33 pmU 60 Nobtu. No. I. No. 3. No. Le. 8taiford June 4 43 am 3 26 Iincastcr . ft 10 a in 3 03 0 30 a m " Winchester 7 Ma m Arr. 1'jris 8 30 a In Lse. Maystllla ...... 0 lu a iu " Carllslo..... 7 S3 a iu Mlllersburc ... 7 58 a m S 30 am Air. Leo. Lexington " mt.... ... n pm pm p m 15. pm " fclchuiond it9illl 3 13 p m 2 SS p iu 2 48 3 13 1 00 pn, 5 Up u m iss: IKJpu pia, pin 173-t- h NOTICE Building Material Abu IKalera In Aduiln-Ulrtt- Funning liiimbcr IIASril.t.F. VLASIM3 MII.U Danville, Ky. ! 7lmn I"arls. Cynthlana.... ItOm ... t..1 XliUUUIU.H... Arr. Culngton 11 4)aiu 0 30 p ru No. 25 Lv, Ix. 600 a m, Arr. Mayattlla 0 CO a m No. 23 Lt. ilaysTllla 010 am. Arr. Lex, 9 20 a m No. 27 Lv. Lex. S 23 p m, Arr. MsjiYllle Itopu No. 28 Lv. Mayarllla 1 00 p in, Arr. Lex. 4 00 p m No. Lt. Cot. S 20 p m. An. Falmouth 7 20 p m No. A Lv. Falmouth C 15 a ro. Air. Cot. 8 10 a 111 Nos. 3 and 4 dally batwien Ulcbiuond, Lexington and Covington; all otbera dally except Sunday. ' " 1. 2 25 p m 3 IS p in OttJa m 3 81 p ui 10 Ota w 4 31 p m rrla... Call on us br writ for prices We keep a larga ttock tnd will do our best topleato you In prices aud quality ol material. Spooial Rates to Emigrants . tlmt, connections, Ac, call on or address W. B. McltODEUTO, Aqeiit, O. W. BEMDEII, tluperlnteudcnt. For tickets, rates and Infoimatlon pertaining to Hlsnfurd, Ky. L. BKOWN, Oen'1 1'aM. A FrL Att. CO. ' ...' . a . ti iKiSiSSIMm! wm lf wBmmz.MA. d Bon sssT . l ivv' &amamdm&vMy' i&neiH WmWffTmWKm & JW iwui. ''; gkxxfiFl V, HMrour ur A ao.vh 'inmfl.it Willi mm inotty to satisfy tuo "H wns iv liold stop, mt mmiiirf rbr lnim inndo by tho lawyers on lichalf of ward lo claim his gloves nnd givo eviWill S. Hays, of Lotiliville, Kv.J.m tlieir client. II was later lliau 0 o'clock dence, nnd ho did it very well. Itul ho made n email fortnno by writing nf vliMi ho renohod tho ofllco of the firm, heeivoil little money nt Nevrantkct that Among his imptilnr oomposlti.MM -. BO?A3r35,OiaT3. ICY. i il he could not sny how much later, day, nnd brought no bank iiotcs to Lon"Mivllio DnrliHrr," " Nmh O'Nwr ml Meraiag , September 14, 1883 l might Imvo lwHiu Fritky t C Tho don. He went to tho ofllco to bog for "Jiuingrlinp.' Hut ho got h. nn.ii. lerk had left, apparently, but tho doors time, probably. Tlio temptation to from tho latter, HidiikIi it gav him , nArtsa mum i nn. rrro not chwed and tho gas wns burning snatch thnili'lionoml bill wns too much slnrt in his bmhioM. ",Iut hcArr A grntlen.au who for him; lie yielded. Tlio murder The fanner al In hit ny rba r ii tho cftlco. ho snyn, " I wni with somo Iletween.the flraaiiil II lamravit'e o r. dsUil himaelf lo Ikv Mr, Milbonrno up iu Oldham county, Ky A little moro ovldeuco and tho ITU ftoa via roddy m t ftU an! rtr, ' tomo from nn ianer mom, Tho witness warrant might issue, Among them was n ltoantiful girl Hla three mull bcye In Ilia cblmn y MoV tlnd nowr seen him before hnd novor Conned IhtH nee of ejlctnrbjeki ' Homo months went by. It wns now tho Menl ptcturiH of Loimfet-low'- s Ilia wife, Ui rrld of btliome anS heart, beforoentcred GrcntGnwshoppcr House Christmas timo ; a very cold Christmas, Hv.ingolino ' so closely thai I onlleil Baked the Hcenll and marie lh tart, ffo explained to Mr. Milbonrno tho ob her by tho name. Wo danced nt an mil with tho snow heavy upon tho luulwny laid Ui table and atcrped tha tea, ject of his visit His interview scarcely and roof nature's faro nil whito with door frolio ono evening, nnd soon (lis Deftly, ewiflly, il rnl,' Tired and weary, wrak anri'faltt, ' hvatod flvo minutes. Tho interviow ovor, tho cold nud tho wind whistling nnd covered that four of us could sing tin Sin bora her Irla'a wilhont rem pitta I, tlio matter of business concluded, ho had rowing' round tho street corners with gother. Wo tried popular quartettes, late manjr another iKnuelield ealnr Mt Mr. Milbonrno nt his desk. Could a sort of frnntio suriigonoas. and got nlong so well that wo lieenme Content an relAth b'Jta atxite iwt say whether ho had or not, in going la the patient mlnletry of lore, Inspector Ferraby wns still nrMivc cnthuiiastio. Aboul 2 o'clock iu tho nit, olo'il the door of tho ofllco behind though ho looked Hue nnd iiitioW moriniig wo stnrtetl to walk linnii. Tln At hit, lteeu Um rknnU of tmnte That wreathed hla lip, tbe hnbe.nd pl-liin. Had noticed tho largo irou safo enough, for nil tho clo buttonlng-iii.rj night was as briglitas day, with tlio lull There'e taiea to ralre ami Int'rral li pay t open, and tha koy stood in tho his heavy overcoat nnd the thick mufiling moon lunging in tho sky, nnd as we And ef Ibrra t bouU ocana a rainy day , , in thought, bnt was not sure. Ho of his neck nnJ chin. wrtlkodwo sang. Wo sat down in a nook TwouM U mighty handy, I'm bound to ety, isd not oliscrrod any ono lurking nbout T hare eorotbln' pnl by, IV r foilt mini dla, Had tho timo for net ion really corns nt to rust, and 'Evnngolino' began to sugAn" tbere'a funeral UU, and graTettonea to tho cntrniioo to tho ofllco. All was very last? gest other sougs to sing. ' I'll' writo n to iwimp a man pnrly nlghj quiet. Did nut wmombor meeting any After a clow coiifercnco nith old Mr. song,' raid I, if you'll promiso to sing llreldee, tbere'a Edward and Dick anil Jos ono in tho pas.i.jc. Did not miss his Netherston, Inspector Ferrnhy hnd it beforo wo go home." This was agreed To be prorlded for when we go, Bo, 'f I waa yon, 111 tell ye "bit I'd dm gloves immediately; thought, nt first, sought tho authorities nt Doml street to. Ou tho opposite sido of tho road rdhaaartn'cf woodateverlronld 'w muat havo left them in tho cab which A warrnnt wns issued for the immediate was n whito plank fence. Whcro wn Ultra nrra donl do any good; vjyod him from tho station to Great npprehcniion of Charles Dolmar, charged were sitting n party of negroes hail lieen I'll beearln' cf eoan, and rartn' of fie. And run np rome randlea once In a wblle; lirsshopior House. Itecollected after- with the murder of Daniel Milboume. roasting cars of corn, nnd tlio charred I'd rather be eparln' of coffee and tee, ward that ho had them ou when ho ensticks lay all around. With them I Thero wns great oxoitcment in tho for eugar la blgh. tered tho lawyer's ofllco, but It was too wrote tho first verso of tho song on tho street in lUoomsbtt y ; not only And all to buy, lato then to go back for thorn, no hnd And elder la good enough drink for me ; of tho appearance uxu tho scene top plank of tho (pneo, nud tho notes for I'd liren kind o' rarefnl abont my do'ea left London tho following morning. Had of InsjH.-cto- r four voices on tho four planks beneath. Ferrnby in n cab And look ont eharp how tbe money gore not seen tho nowspapcr for somo days. by two policemen, but a cry ol Then wo stood off and sang it. Tho Oewgewe la n teleen, Inter knowa; Directly ho had heard of tho murder ho alarm hnd arisen from ono of tho hoiiioj girls Mero delighted, and insisted on hsr. Extra trlmmlu' hurried back to town to givo evidence in tho street 'a lodging-hous8 tha bane ef imam, With ing n chorus, ho I wrote tho chorus on before tho Coroner. Ho had only ar- ononcconlnlltho windows iu tho neigh- tho planks. Well, wo sang it I'd aen off the bett of my tbeeee and honey, ocr nnd And egge la at good, nigh alwnt, aa tbe mocey rived in town that morning. Ha7 now borhood seemed to lx tluugnpcn, regnrd-les- s ever, and went homo singing it, Noxt And aa to tbe carpet yon wanted new told tho court nil ho know. of tho bitterly-blenwenther, nntl morning 'Kvnngeline ' camo down stairs I gucee we can make the old one da; It wns judged that Mr. Delmar had clusters of hcndi,vyouDg nnd old, tidy humming the air, nud asked mo to writo And ai for tbe waaber au' rewln' machine, given his cvidenco very fairly. Ho had Tbem agente, to peaky mean, it out nnd finish it. I told hor t couldn't and untidy, forthwith protruded. Von'd better ret rid of 'em, allele end clean. answered promptly overy question pnl " What's tho matter ? " icoplo nsked, do it, but shs might go down nnd copy What do they know abont women'a work! to Iiim. Au adjournment of tho inquiry Sho tosk rii umbrella Do they calkllate women waa made to bilk:" their teeth chattering in tho cold. Some it oft tho fenc was proposed, but tho Coroner thought ono nnswered: "Well, they do say nt and sheet of paper, nnd soon camo back Dick and Edward and llttto Joe that upon tho.w.lo thoy might as well ono of Mrs. Grimston's lodgers, the with words nud music. Then sho inBat In the corner In a row. terminate their labors and leavo further gentleman iu tho back nttic, has gone sisted on having nnother verse, so I They t aw tba patient mother go On ceaieleea erranda to and f ro ; proceedings to tho jwlica So tho jary wrote nuolhcr verse, on condition thnt I nnd shot himself." They aaw that her form waa heat and thin, 'returned nn open verdict. "Am I toolalo?" murmured Inspcctot was to hnvo n kiss for it, and sho to havo Iler templee gray, her cheeka ennk la ; Largo rewards wcro offered for the ar- Ferraby, ns ho mounted tho stairs. They aaw the qtUnr of Up and chin tho music" And then, with a wrath he conU not emethtr, rest and conviction of tho murderer or .Hays sent tho conqositiou to various It was a Ontrpoke the yoroignt, fraCett brother: murderers of Daniel Milbonrno, nnd room, with tattered walls and at music publish, but couldn't sell it, " Ton talk of aarln' wood aid Ue it was understood tho police- - were moat uuoven, creaking floor. Tho light en- nnd it wai at lungth mad publio by tha An tea and rogv an the whSe, cctive nnd indefatigable iu their endeavBut yon nerer talk ct tarta' mathert voico of Campbell, tho nogro minstrel. wintered through tho ors to eolvo tho mystery o! tho crime dow, fell upon tho bed, and upon the Three hundred thousand copies havo tho guilty to No and to body of Charles Delmar stretched ncrost bcou sold, but tho kiss was tho only pay THE KEY OFTUEIROXSAFK arrests bring made, however, justice. nnd people were tho author has received. it. A pistol had fallen on tho floor To bo precise, it was on the night o ItegAii to talk lightly nt the iutelligfiice Tlio faco wo weiir i.tutti..iTiiK.H auk itiifiinn. n pool of blood. Tuesday, tho 11th of March, that Mr. of oui officers of '.ho law, mid to inquire scarcelydisflgured,but thero was a small, Of nil the sources of vicious i.iiluemv Jlillxmrue disappeared. It this on the cither contemptuously concerning " llio dark wound, throngh which tho bullet probably tho freo pass system is th morning of tho lCth that Mr. Callow iluoryof the ioliic." had passed, in the center of tho fore- greatest. A singlo individual will comcalled in Clargcs street ; on tho ICth he For some time Mr. Kimler wns Death, it was plain, had been mand them in scores. head. Somo carry fniiii-lou- s Hull lie was sent down to Mr. Nctherston at Tornil ()'- - instantaneous. Ho was half undressed; blanks needing only their oonntrign et of tjikjHrioii. Turn uliit'h way In quay, who forthwith telegraphed that his checks were hollow, and thero were to givo thoni offect. It is ueodleo- - to ho would himself arrive in London on wiitiM, hosiw, or fancied Hint-htaw his whito lips, but he iiy Hint the influence) is incalculable. tue oyo of a iliccmnn fixed upon him deep liucs about the 17th, bringing with him his duplilooked verv handsomo BtilL His face Tho members of ;lio Legislature nnd in a scrutin zing and distrustful man cate key of tho iron safe. had even gained in refinement of ex- judiciary nro nut overlooked. Trno, it Inspector Ferraby confessed to him-seiht. Itwashard; for few men regret- pression. is only complimentary, and often so that ho was puzzled. Ho was care- ted the decease of his employer more "Suchnnieo gentleman as ho was," reads. Call it thnt, yut tho philosophy sincoroly than did Mr. Kimbor. He ful not to confess as much to anybody sobbed Mrs. Grimston; "so pleasant of compliment is not unknown, and its could only raly upon tho excellence oj else, howoTcr. Indeed, ho did not hessjxken always, and so liberal with liis delicacy is n skillful art. I do not object respectaitate to maintain that he possessed a his character, his money so long as ho liad ony." to Slalo ofllcinls riding free. It is a bility, and hopo that in timo ho might clow to tho mystery, tho whilo ho asproper return for tho great privileges "Don't cry," said tho inspector. sumed an aspect of shrewd reserve and live down tho misgivings ou his acconnt, "I shall never get such another lodg- granted by tho State, bnt then it should cilru Yigilance. Ho had fairly taken up pven of tho police. er, though I mast say thnt, if ho was ho dma"dabloas n liht. Lst tho law his aboJo in Great Grasshopper House. It was different with Mr. Delmar. lift obligated to kill hisclf, I wish ns he'd nquiw and direct the issuo, nnd then With tho presenco of Mr. Nethcrston ico, was nudcr surveillance. Tho tall dono nnywhero else. It's so unsettling it tho freo rider recognizes no compliment upon the scene, and tho production of thin fignro of Inspector Ferraby foliu n lodging house, and so hard upon n and feels no obligation, whilo for nn his uuplicato key, tho mystery of tho lowed him like his shadow. 13ut ho had landlady at Christmas timo, too, of all nbuse tho constituency cm hold its disappearance of Mr. Milboume was not Mr. lumber's consolation. Mr. Delothers. lint what's Christmas timo to reuroseiitativo responsible for tho legismar had uo rcscrvo of reputation to fall solved, but in tbe most painful and apFor tho lation. To the him now, poor- - gentleman? system mint nick upon. Ho turned upon tho ofllcor palling manner. Tho strong room havmatter o' that, what's Christmas timo b uddi-- tho compliment of spu-ia- l cars ing been opened, tho body of the miss- ono day. to a good many others that's almost as tcllileied to oflHuls, indeed, sometimes ' Look here. I havo had about enough ing solicitor was discovered in a huddled poor and palo and cold nnd dead ns ho is, sought after. f tin?. When nro you going to let me attitudo upon tllo irou floor. Apparentpoor denr? " Tho system has n special ly tho poor man had been thrust into aluno? When is there to bo an end ol And sho burst into tears. and uulavorabla iullueuco on legislation, tho room with somo violonce. Thero this?" The inspector was oying tho floor in- ciucli it tho ramitlcatiun of the railroad was a wound up u his scalp where his "When tho murderer of Daniel Presently ho stooped, nnd yiUin in Pennsylvania, it reaches the quisitively. head had struck against ono of tho iron is discovered," said tho inspect sucwith tho help of n largo clasp-knifhome of nearly overy member of the shelves of tho safe. Ho had, perhaps, ceeded in raising n portion of o.no of the Henco no business of any " Givo a dog a bad namo nnd hang boards. Ho found beneath it n rusty Vsneinbly. taken up his hat and umbrella already tnnguitmlo is doiio ou Friday, Saturday when tho murderous assault was mado him. You want to hang mo, I " ring. Ho examined it carefully, nnd nnd Monday ; n morning adjournment upon him; at any rate, thtso rested observed as ho thrust it into his pocket: on Friday, and nn evening meeting on his body. It was possible, of courso, want to hang tho murderer of Dan- "Beyond a doubt, the key of that iron Monday tmllicing to keep tho recorih that they had been flung into tho safo iel Milbourno." safe." straight. Tho ufloct is a loss of probafter him. know I'm a bad character; that d of t .o timi which should ably "Murder," observod Mr. Ferraby, my kind of life isn't considered respect-nble- . A ItASK JSSULT. Iw dototcd to legislation, nnd of thoulow tono, "if there ever was a in a People think because n man Wtc It doesn't always do to credit pooplo sands of dollars drawn from tho taxes ol murder." ho needs must bo n rogue ; thnt all are with Tho other day A stranger's gloves found in the murblack shoep who go on tho turf, llut, ono of our " rising young pianists " was tho people. Chief Justice Ayneuft at Jloanoko College, dered man's room! Tho inspector tied liko tomo ouo else, wo nro uot bo black giving his opiniou of tho vulgarity and tho gloves up in paper and deposited us wo nro pnu.ted. I'm n man of good meannebs displayed by our goldfish rius yur..uii m.iiiaui.'x sr.tr ' ' Why," 6aid he, ' for instance, lltlAllllKll. them in his pocket. Ho mailo an ontrv family, I'd havo you know. My father ami was a cltrgymaD. I received a univers" SradaniC, what is there on tho card ofboino length in his uot long ugo I was invited to attend a then took to brooding n good dcnl over ity cdnention. l'vo lived liko a gentle- musicalo at tho houso of old Fullbags, (oiUie dinner ! " inquired, tho new Warder the matter of tho murder, as though man, though I do attend races ; and ou Nob Hill. Of course I played a good at ourboHidiug-house- , iu ho H'ateilhim discovery could lw arrived at by n sort now and then, I admit it, am terribly deal to entertain tho company, and when to table. down on my luck." of incubative proofs. "Of tho boup, of tho beef, of tho I left old B., as ho shook hands, slipped know all this nbout you, nud more, into my hand a 820 gold pioco." " Why, sheep, of tho calf nnd of tho poultry," Tho murder mado n great stir. The newspapers found it nu exciting theme. Mr. Dolmar," said tho inspector. old hog I " said tho replied sho ; " tho which wish you ?" tho " What did you "You persist, then, in dogging my audience, indignantly, "A pieco of tho hen roasted," said ho ; Thero was, of course, nu impii-nt- . bad been it examination 01 footsteps, hi haunting mo liko a guott?" do?" " Why, you just bet I got oven "nnd of tho apples of tho ground." tho laxly. " I must do my duty, Mr. Do'mur." Inspector Ferruby wit "Wish you of the apples of tho ground with him. I haughtily threw tho money called. In tho of hii tesllmoiit "Tho reward tempts you, Isupposo. ou tho floor and left, niter first exchang- cooked to tho wator or to tho furnace ?" huprodueod tho gloves found in Mr. Old Netheistou, I hear, is very libera ing the coin for i counterfeit twenty I demanded she. lie was obligod to with his money, no'd pay any uniouut, happened to havo in my pocket - just prefer them cooked to tho master p, Milbodme's room. confess, Iiovo7er, that ho had not alio they tell me, to discover tho party who then don't you sco ? " ' Capital idea ; of hotel," said he. cocded in .tracing tho glovoi to tluIi was really guilty of tho murder." " Wo hnvo not of cook Fronch," said fervid tho old Milgarian right" "Yes, owner. Tho caso was ouveloprd in "Mr. Netherhtoii docs what he it was a lingo idea, but tho trouble wai raadame, sharply, "when tho to board is ol suoh good murkct it must that wo lnjstery. It wns jirojiosed tint thero thinks his duty, nnd I do what I think Unit his twenty turned out to bo a t, should ba an oon verdict : Willful iiiiue." sweut blood and wnter to makocoino totoo." iSan Francisco J'ost. "Then I'm to seo you whichever way a murder against uomo person or person nud xiiai' ion siiEKV'iur.Lisa voas gether both ends,"oyo. lnndamo wipwl I go, am I? You'ro to follow mo whother unknown. ouo tenr from her Tho Lynchburg Virginian descrilK's Huddeuly n voico was hoard iu tho E go east, west, north, or south nro you? " Oh, bring mo whnt you have," said court: "Mr. Coroner, I request that my Well, I wani you; it's onough to mad- an higonious trap devised by ti Virginia tho now boarder, teudcred to tho instant, dogs. evidence may lw heard. Ttoio ylovM den a man. You may try my patience farmer to capturo " but dispatch yourself, as I wish actoo far. And somo day, when I look Having Buffered soveroly from tho deparc mine, I identify them." company of tho fricud to celebrate tho redations of doa upon his sheep-fold- , Thero was considerable oxcitemciit, round and flud you following my footfunerals of a inUtor nt two hours, llriug ho built around a numlier of sheep that or what tho newspaper call "somation," steps, I shall bo tempted mo iii.uniiie time, niadume, if you please, dogs had killed au inclosuro of lails in court. A gcutlemauly-lookiug- , of tho pio to tho eggs, and u cup of cofwell- "Not to murder mo, Mr, Dolmar?" dreBsed young man stfppcd into tho As tlio inspector spoke, ho seized the twelvo feet high and ubout ten feet fee, black for tho dctsert," squaro at tho ground, tho sides of tho witness-boyoung man by tho arm. And madamo iu person, who hears His name, it appeared, was Clinrlos " No," said Mr. Dolmar, with a strango trap sloping inward until au ojcniig her trodo, brought his dlinur, with a was left about flvo feet squaro. Any smilo to Delmar, Hu was not in business. Us laugh. " Not to murder you, Mr. ravish, und tho iKutrder, Miseep-ttblto givo you in charge. As dog could easily climb such a eloping only IMsseiisod somo means of !m own, und forgot tha toughnebs of tho lieu ho confi'sscHl that ho inulo money on I said liefuru, I warn you." Mr. Del- - fuuco and cuter tho pen, but not oveii a whigiu tho tenderness of his gracious greyhound could jump out of it. Iu tho turf. A bill of uecttptivl mur turned on his heel and departed. landlailv. by him had come into tho puMssslou of Thero was n cruel nnd wrathful expross-to- u three nights tho farmer captured forty-idogs, including fifteen or twenty Indians havo a strong way of putting lit) wui of a deadly on his face, a client of tho firm of Nuthutoii & iiuier, said Sitting Hull, Milboume. Ho hail failed to honor hit piillor, and his blue eyes flashed angrily. that had never been seuu before in that things, This, after thero lind licking up u litllo iluat from tho tent acceptance. Tho iiibieotor nuikod; "A violent ncighhorliood. Ho had lecn threatened, been a publio slaughter of all dogs su. 3M)r, letting il full nud blowing it nwuy, therefore, with legal proceedings, Hut man, of vicious hnbiU of life, liable to , savo ouo, whoso ll""1 ' " H"" produwd tho letter ho lad ruorived fits of potion, unscrupulous, vindictive, !cctcd of No matter how jaded the conatitutiou Hois lupabloof any crime. master could not bo convinced of his informed hiui that u jntHm from tho firm. It writ would Iw lsniied ajaintt him ou tha Ho iiirrioift joioher. Ho would havo guilt. Tho trap was built fur Ills may be from diseaie or excels, the Great 13th of Match. To avoid this ho hur- s' ot mo thou if hu hud dared, or tho especial benefit, and it caught him tha German Invtgorator rettorea It permanent first uiaht. For sale hj Ien 'iiantii luul wnned fmorable. ly, See adiertuoment. ried up ruin Newmarket ou tho afterI know Edison's Klectrlo Light is a wonderful nA McAlhler. noon of tha 1 1th, Ho was lato iu call-la- i ho mail now. Ho did it." dltcoTerr.but not ts wonderful a Ifsll'i Th msi sector walked on slowly, at tho ofllco of Mesni. Nctdorato., Jamea T. Lomr, lllack Oak Uottoui.rsyi: & Milbourao, for his twin had been hoiiout, in tho direction Mr Catarih Cure. For sale by Penny & Mo "I tried lirown'd Iron Hitters for Eeneral , .. AlUtcr. debility and pronounce It a perfect tonlo.'i oousiderablv behind its time. Ho $e)r-Mttkliltrifir3uhalf-pasywwu,-visitop liK-klit-tt- o nccom-pauice. M k amooth-Uingnmeanly-furnished snow-patterIks-siu-lf well-know- n fric-t'ekI d free-ticko o " o CHHRCH BIRKCTHKT. STRONG rs FACTS! A great many people are klrg what intticular troiihlea IlmiWN i Iron lltlTERS ii good fur. "KTII0DI8T, HOUTII -- Rar. If. a Morrlaoii. I'attor. ferrlcea ererr Hnnday morning anl night eieept the third, rrayar Meeting erery nuuuay penoni at f .fU A. H inurviiay man. wit. ii. i. lorrlton, Huperlnlrndent. J.' M. Ilarjca, I'MtorTKrrlcie 1 ArTIHT.-ll- Y. 1) oa rVcond and Fourth Hundaya, morning and night, Prayer Meeting errry IVe.lnw.lay afternoon. Sunday School at .I0 a. at. It, K. Harrow Superintendent, RlrrriArl- .- Werrhlp by the fwnajTfaTlaVaT-er- y liOM'a day I'reaehlnf by J. W. Ikn onMernnd and fourth Lord'a dare, RnndayHchool at p.ig. rfiw. fupermienueni TJIlrSnYTKIllAN, HOUTII. -I- ter. I. 8. McM I. toy, piwtor Punday Mchool at :W. John W. hunt, Ruperlniindent, Union Frayer Mealing on Wedneeday nlgbti. t. ja nosi.Tri'. Heusi Palnttr & Par er i. n.oer 170-I- HTANVOltO, H Y FurnlturE. "lanlonl, at a ererr tni ttmll I hnnitt ray atnre willI prove, M y prim are bought In the Ciller, alowaetlmtlat gmttcan afartalntrapable ol ncflar de rnontlrallon. I aim keep on hand a lull line of lr Iwalllneef that Ihelullrilandtthlhlle-- l In Furniture ol ileacrlpllnn It Will cure Heart Ditease,' Paml-vle- , Dropsy, Kidney Disease, IJiitlcr.iilctti'.H' 3oo1n! At- I)yeMia, Itheumalhm, Neuralgia, and all almtlar ttitcases. OPERA HOUSE!, fiTANrtlllD. KY. And am ready loaerre lonerala promnlly wliha a nice, new Heart. Its wonderful curative power It Imply because it putifies and en tichca the Mood, ttius beginning at the foundation, and by building up the ayttcm, drives out all ditease. A Ordors by Tolograph Promptly tended to. 17M'mt W.B P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. B. K. WEAREN. 8ltefgtag2eiM. aa F.lihtromnleteeete ol Con-er- y rVatlng rapacity, Including gallery, 100. iteaaonawe ratea to goon atirirtloria, Auar alote. Lady Cured of Rheumatism. tUltlmore, J.U., Mar ;, My health wa much iiuuervd by ER LONDON tt. Rheumaiiam when I conmenceil taking Itrown'a Iran IKlKn, and I icarcvly Iratl itrcncih cnouin lo attend lo my daily neiiseheMdutiee. I Stanford Female College. STAM'OIU). KY. With am leaalnlne; trtrth tUllytand I clieerlully retwmmcml It loall. I cannot My tea much In praise till. Mra, iUar E. HAjneA, tfj 1'fTataiantL amnowtialesinethlrdWeiileaiidl a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL Thla tnatllutlon will rpen 111 Thirteenth Bm)oi) en the 2d Monday In twplember nett. Kidney Ditease Cured. ChrUtUiMUirf, Va., iISi, Fuflcrlnff fram fcMny tleate. front which I could ret no relief, I tiletl llten's Iron Ulttcrj, which cured me oompleiely. A chUit ol mine. reeBtering frem acaelcl ferer, had no appetite and cKd not )eem la Till. BrUNCllEU OF A Iiisiiraiico Coiiiiuuiy i e ! THOnOUGHENGLJSHCOUnSE Are taught, at well at teabUtoratattlU lEaralJmlrcn UHleit kl the happieit reiulta. . . KTLaXloKiAtua. MD8IU. TUB IiANOUAOEB. DHAW INO AND 1'AINTINQ. American Aneti, 89,212,737 81 Lonei paid in 31 years in US. exceed $31,000,000.00 .Solid, 1'roiupt miaou Heart Disease. After urine: iHlfereat pfiriclaBa and many remeilica lur tulpttatieci cf the heart without rcceivirz aay tenerlr. I wet adrlted lotry llrewn'a Iron llittert. I have uacd two toe tlea and ncrer fdund an) tlitpf tlitt Ctve me la much reticC ilit. Jenmiii Ittai. VreCt.,IrrUlure. fec i, 1M1. It TERMS MODERATE. For full partlculara, aa to Board, Ac. adjreaa S1KN. N. V, TK):ilR.KT. rrlurlj.nl, Stanford. Lincoln Co., ay. trlltinilt nnit Hnnornlile. I'aji fill .Intkt Jl,..nitl In Tuition, pricee range front IM In V) In th Does tho reenter lpartmrnte. I"rlnnrr, U; Intermediate HO; l'rtparauuy, HO, and Collegtate, IM. Etading Americta Baibeu. reticle written by JOHN SIX UT1IKR M. PHILIPS, FIK8T-CLA8- S For the peculiar troubles to w hich littlet are (ubjeel, Drown' j Iron IHttuis ii InvaliuWe. Try it. Bo sure end "HALL'S Iatarrh Rure 13 HECOHMEKPED BY OTx-Lzara Cnvltj-Chron- rcamteil at the tame III- - Agent COUrAMCS rr llatra rratonalle JMHITJE. Louisville, New Albany Chicago Tiir. f get tho Genuine, & Railway. PirsfciaAiiq rnomsioi. atkt K. BL'aDITT. 1 w. & atows nUHDETT l4-ly- BKOWW. -- V'i' KY. r JIT. VKUNOK, 1. VAV. lo ono Oitarrh of tho Naaal Ulotirntlrol t Catarrh of tho Ear. Cyo or Throat. It taken INTkllN ALLY, nnd net a OIRCOTLY upon trtn Blood nnd Mucous Ourfaooa of tne Siatem. It Ii tho heat Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, nnd Is worth ALL that la chargocl for It, for THAT olono. M,r u.Ni::nuNNiNu Pullmiin l'alaco Cars! AMI SOLI I) T2U1.SS LOUISVILLE Kraciat. h'oriea. In TO CHICAGO! DHL? r.tr.' Viasos. WiLLaci a. vaasox. A T. W. W B. VAUNON. KY. up italra. fJTANl-OK- Cfflee In Owtley A Sou'a new buiMloj M. l'EYTON. BTAMont), KY, Will nraetleeln the Cwurtt of Lincoln and ad Joining countlee and the superior Uourt and Court olAppoala. Special attention (Ircn te colltctlona. urace on tincajier airet. tia ATTOHNKY AT IAAV. DANVILLE, KY W1U practice In the Courta of Bjjle and adjolntof countlee and In the Court of Jtppeala. ALEX. ANDEIIBON. And wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars lor any lloute" and go Ihrvugh te Cneo of Cntrrh It will not flurry (Jrcfiuasllr. IranfurJiiTlllr, l4irjclte WILL cini: AMV CAST- and Clilr.ijo nltlmut change. OOco of. A, T BiawaBT ff CVt Ill . Juno 4. lhHl t TIMi: TAItLB. itettr: F. J. Chmtp it Cto, Tbltda, U UtnUtmm -- I ul t.luuri- - In Informln- - you "jatlly, i "lntTfyf rrrAIIUMI. tl.at I Iuits uard JIalVa Uttarth lurr It haa Cured me- - I wat Trry Uvi and don t hrrdlatn to Lre. IuttilBe. 7 II phi a I am will rumanyraaoof L'aUrrhlt ttkru aay that It I 01 ant 2 VI pm Atr. nreeaemttte. Youratn-lr- , properl. OtwforJttttle. . I oa aw a ot pm u. it KATTtKiiruKa. j. l t 13 a ts 4 II pm " UEayett TVOnTII 8IO A 1IOTTI.K. I 7 10 ant a " Cbleaga ira T. Mrnair. Jactacn, Mich., write Itam had Catarrh for SMycare. IlallVCalarrliCuro rural Tbe Mcetdlrctt route, with ealr one thaoreef me. Consider It worth tiaoOalottlrt. ulnU lo tvlaoontla, Mlnnraou. Iowa, rara,teall $oMtyall Dni-ciatiirta tier lintlle. Aeorataa, e for runner lafcmaauen. aaJrraa Manufartnritlanil aobl ibr F J. C11KXEY CO. MUKRAY KLLLhlt.il. 1'. A.. tTOLXbO, OUIO. Ccda ITimrUton, Ualttllle. Xj IKIEmL CURE FOR CATARRH tlTlX Tim 3IAnKCTaTl I. A N. It, It. arrlre la Ixiolitlllt tliueto lila tbe etrnlag train of th "Nomi faatengtra Irou the ... - MT Vl.ltNON, KV. Will practice In the Uocaculle Courta. tlona a tpedaliy. Office in Oourl-hou- J. . Attorney I'IBU. ,nw, And Matter Umml,'ouer llockraatle Circuit Court O. A-t- For aale In Stanford by Peony A MeAlltter. Co! lee- - 3! Afflicted, Attention I Offlce Bouth aide Main BUeet, two doort acott the Myera Ilelel. FureNltroue Uxlde Oaa admlnliterrd waeo rx LBB F. UUFI'MAM. SUltOJ'.ON DJ3MT1HT, DK. GANN'S KKMEDIES HTANFUHP, a,Y. FOR THE MILLION. MANUFACTURED BY W. K. 4IAN.S, M. D.. fll U)Ul'SVItLrrVNASHlLTErtrlj THCOnCAT tjulred. 1)11. VT. D.' mlulilered wren Decenary. HTANFORK, KENTUCKY. Offlce ATer Rabt. 8. Ljlle'i alore. Office lour from 8 lo 12 a. u. and 1 lot P. M jineaihcuraau llJI-ly- rl Hffinj OOlltlHt. l'EKKV, MONTICELI.O. KY. Tbe worl I It mini with the wonderful. Iault- ful and Intrlcata Intenllona ol man. Tel all the combined talent and reniuathtt the worU hat ever known haa nerer produeed anything that can compare with 'Ir. Uann'a Kenirdine" Medical aklll and aclcnro hare, aa yet, btllrd to dltcoter I any thing enual lo Iheui. Iho cart of the die- eaaea for which they are recommended. Aa their tlrtnca and una are prtUed by thuveandi throoah- - I oul the length and Uradth ol tne Und, andaa blandard Fauillr Medlclnre, they cannot be ei- -j celled, inters I'll'; euUtantlatwl by the atroog- - Through Trunk Line mWmw Wilbout Change and with SHORTEST AND w ANTKD-nut- trr ne.1. ftaiu ..!. 'a WJ 11 A. iDla :zg,. til. Wthi UtllUii luark- - fr ii "I "I Information Wmitcd. A avllatle reward will lie paid, for Information leallnr; to the detection ol Pnrinna -" Mall Indoner) I'endletnn, of our OUriflllG Ucet, which and recjtery aha did not account for when our agent In Stanford three yean ago eat loatimooiaiaFor Cougha, CbMa, Croup, Uronrhltla. Oonauntp- tioa aouajt iiitiaarae oi tat anruat ana iinga. Sptt. Usrhata ROUTE ono-thir- nail, nrS. 17no Dr. CjIhiih'h CoiikIi Nynip. QUICKEST s lOMitot j. ii. nvi.isn jb ro inlrat-o- For Liter Cuiu.lalnl,Drptla. IndUettlon.Jattn-dlce- , Cooatlpatlon, Sour Hlvuiath and alt lllllout Ulaeaaea, raoit LOi'iirn-- to tiu . III Vno y. ROBBED " note-boo- Tnourandeorgraree are annually robbed of their tlctlma, Urea prolonged, bappinceaaod health re-aisreuvy uteorthe great For Rhcumatlim, Neuralgia, F pralnt, Htklaee and Swelllnga aneaternal appllciliou for tain or beau lr. e tiHtiirrt IjItct Cure. SOUTH. & WEST PULLMAN CARS Nail!ime, VtnfrVlV. Lima ItocV MoutgoDiery, Atlanta, tattnoah, Jacktontllla, Motile atd New Orlrene. Uho Dr. Uhiiii'm Iiliitiiioiii. llurni, BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In L'are Without Chaage. "I thick-skinne- 'R Tli-'i-- e II I ti post-morte- Which poaltlrrly and pennanentlr rurea Initio. Chu Dr. GHiin'ri IMIc OhiliucMl. trilcu, (cauaeit by earaaee ol any kind,) 11(1 and all dlaeaea that follow a For Froth Cute, Duma, Ulcere and Old Sorea, erquenceof Heir.Abuae, aa loaa of energy, loaeol memory, unlrrraal UultuJe, jtin la the back, premature old as, arid mur Uho Dr. GhiiiVm Itlllvr-.SHro- t dlmncea of vliion. other dlmtaca that laad to commuiitloo. and a pre- UllUlllt'lll. cvdu iw circuiara wnn lean lutiumiiaiv.by mall. monlala free Tbe MNVMUOItATOll laaold at box, or alx koiea for ts, by all VHoDr.CJHiiirNNtoiiiHi'li DIKcth uugKiv, vi w,ii un hui iree oy man, aecuroiy A Itrllablt Tonic, Appctlicr aealed, on receipt cf price, by aJJreetlng atd Ulood l'urlner, and alao rurra HneitIa. Indlgcetion, Liter l'. J, CIIK.N'KY, Couiplalnt, Malarial Fercra and all perlodtral 111 Adauaatreet,ToIeiln,Ohio. Ulaeaaro. Maaufacturid and for tale by Bole agent for tbe United Htatet. 181-- 1 jrj GERMAN INVIGORATOR! rorlllea, lleuorrholdt, I ia a dluaiu litlula and all SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Froat LouliTllIela 1'alaceCara without change. Seeking horoea en the line ol thla read will receive law ratea. Dee Ageoli ol thla Company for later, roolei Ac, or w tile c.P. AlaiURf. G. r.it.A. PMIRRAMTO CnilLinAn I O apcclal " llr Loulallle. Kr. Don't Be Led Astray! "I w. CARTER! iTTLE Sole proprietor. Montlcello, Ky. aVerAII ordera by mail will melre itompt atteutlon. M-- ic 2&. d., By tba peculiarly Worded tdrertlKuentaof riral routra, which are liable to tlrrelro the public. Tbe bbortetl and Hulctrat ItouUfrom ancltf-na- tl Wcat la lb " coun-leifci- lPILj.5. Ilndacho and ttllcra all the troublce Incident ton billoua auto uf the eritim, tucli aa UU tlneaa, Kauava, Urawalniwa, Ulctreaa after retina;, lillo their moat ruuark-abl- e J'aln la Iho tilde, Ac. aucccaa his been thown in curls; BIclc msmm A ohio bt. & MISSISSIPPI I). W. 10 Kentucky's Kouto The only line running East Cincinnati to St. Louis llouta ahead of all olher not. noura ! sheep-killin- CUBE Washington, Phi!arJelphiaN.Y. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OAKS 4 3 2 Dally Titlna, with do change of cara (or any elate ol raaeeugere. Lara. Dally Tralua lo Krannllle, 4 hour to of all other ruutea, with one leaa tbange of rare. Tralna lo Cairo, 7 boura quicker than hue, aud no change of cara, Dally Tralita to New Orleana. No changed tan from Cincinnati, Dally Tralna la Loulirllle, with Freo I'arlor to" I1 IeadacbP,ytCar(rr'aUttloLlrcrrU!aarariiially valuabla Iu Coiutipaitoa, curing and prouiting tbla annoylnji complaint, nliUolhcy alao correct alldiaordiraof tbeetouach, ttlmulate Ihollvi-- r and rtgulitc the bowila. ICrcn if tl7 only cured SICK SofSTTRAIN yaoai 2DUy LetllrlVlllc, C'lHclHHHtl lllKlOH, ity., with MMll L,tX- - 12 Hours 2 9uJSc1!i:i,lla1' CM,!,, "oul"0 . x 'I Arhe they would be almoet prlccleea to thoae who r f rum tula dlatreaelug complaint) but fortu caltly their gouttneaa dufa not cud here, and tboao who once try then will flud thoae little pllla train. able In ao many ware that they vtlUliotbewttlunj WdowllhvutUiuu. llut after all elckliiad auffi-- HEAD ACHE WASHINGTON CITY, Conoeillng In tame th.abro.LnLya. lor TwI'," ' ""'" dtut tut Irtlnt The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Sac ville, Norfolk. KTowYorlt. .iani:n lahlil. TheO, A' JT, It tho only Una with Dally Tralua frciu (lui luntll to Hi. .. . .. T innii.iiln, I.. .1. n..t.. tepoi (at ok UHil'lwlin ............. I.W.UUIW .. Loula. making direct MliaourM'aclBo Hallway, . '"'".4 ' lie Ttiueon Bt. LouU. Iruq lUllway, Chicago A.... Alton ..lull. .. II. ..II... .!.... L i...l... .nl.lt lu.l.-- u. awii J tvtiirvao.1 Ahl Luuia Uailroad; Vt'abath, ht. Loula A actio Railroad; Hla-oJ- rl, Kaaaaailaxat Uall way, B Loulticiiul-'rjuilitolUllw.y- . sheep-killing- '"''' ""'' s l. i.ii' la the nana of ro many llri a that here la where we make our great boaaU Our tUla cat it whlla oucreuoDoi. Carter's Little JJrrr rilla are Vtrytaujtan4 loae. wervcatrtotake. OnucrtwouLllainaku 1 bey wo atrlctly Tn:Hablq and do not trrloe or puree, but by Ibilr (ruilio action ilrtto all wlut uaetbrm, laviilaaitfjceolai dro foril. Bold Ii (UucijUU vi try whuc, i acat by ujail. For tlckela and lurlber lufurieatlon. (Tidy lo your iieexl IliUumie.or aJJittt Impresi Thii Upon Your Memory. ,h,.'fi f' ' irou ClucUnatr wblc All Virginia and North Carolina in get through can "' Ll'' "" bf torn. h you Loull Wltluillt littt li.. !,. 1.. I.. ..I.II. l Points. ""u "" ptl.riirik'kaT. CARTER MEDICINE CO., New Ywk. O. W. MM Ueu'l Mtoacer, Ueu'l Faee'r Agt, Wcbujoud, YUilnU. SI0W HHliiNI.,l4iultriirelKy. ITH, H. W. fUM.VK. i:knnt. iiiglMn Airaant vt rj.r.,iaeia, ratcw.or aur Inloiiuellon. ca I AtenlaofcouDectlngllnea. atJil,.,V1,V,M WalDuat, 110U1, CInt5 nnalli wvlutn " lorDejMiiloolofMIIUlreet, n "' ww Vpwwr. w b. 0tU'IM.u.gc,(idiiMiiO.a'U'.-.ui- g, 1'aat.Djtr J, D. HILL, itBt, UUcon.Ky -j-- ki