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Semi-weekly interior journal: September 18, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883091801_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: September 18, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T- X - . VOLUME t X.-NUMBBR 9enti'eUn 510. Whipped the Vtreng Man. Rod Mtefia 18, 1883. mtfmd. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER is said 18S. K MnMtohn' Marriage. Submarine Cablet, Top: This pretty story is told of the The first cost of the submarine ca a younger son ot the that It A pretty young woman in Tepeka, got an anonymous note, the other day, Duke of Argyll wished to marry an bles is heavy, and they last on the av- founder of tho Mendelssohn family: Editor an Proprietor WALTBH. If. signed "Admirer." The writer pro- antltlod lady, and aikcd hla father's erage, only ten or twelvo years If a Ho was a hunchback and a young PHbllthtd TMetitHV "Mil Yfifle tested his ardent affection, and re- consent. The Duko replied that per cable breaks in deep water after it is Hamburg maiden rejected his lovo When wishing quested the young lady to meet him sonally ho had no objection to tho ton years old, it can not be lifted for suit in consequence. UNO PHARMACEUTISTS, .DRUGGISTS O'j.ltl) ANNUM at a certain corner that night. Sho match, but, in view of the fact that repairs, as it is liable to break of its her adfcu she said: "Do you really think that marriages are made in handed the note to her mother, who his eldest son had espoused a daugh- own weight. The action of the sea den't snd lUmpi In pJ menlef ue Block, was roused to a high pitch of Indigna- ter of the Queen, he thought it right water gradually destroys the outer, heaven as they say?" "Yes, indeed," Opora crlptlej.MCstonaWehe;. end the, ot Jim tion by the fellow's presumption, and to take her Majesty's pleasure on tho coating of iron wire, though the core ho replied, "and something especially 13A.T12IIS IN- tho DrugM, MrehtetloM ass west three twiti. WincH, Miialcal who proposed to go to the appelated subject before oxpresiing his formal of tho cable may remain perfect. Tho wonderful happened to mo. At Wall lHpcr. iHHtrHmeiiiff, Clicntlr-alH- , UntterH, is made JJoekH. trysting place herself. Sho was on approval. Her Majesty, thus appeal companies aro consequently compelled birth of a child proclamation Cigar. rocket Stationery I'nlHtR, ' WiKmmt W ikeihim. of to put aside a largo share of their in heaven that ho or sho shall marry f, Cultlcry. NotipH, Tobacco, time, clothed in her daughter's dress ed to, observed that since tho death Oils, A nil h, Blackburn nor Geuer Machine Neither Mr. 1'critttHcry, Flro IjunipH, and veil. A fashionably dressed the Prince Consort she had been in earnings as a reserved fund for this such and such a one. When I was Needle. eeeenttal attribave-thalso named, alWilliaHW young man was there before her. He the .habit of consulting tho Duke of decennial renewing of the cables. The born ray future wlfo was Is In Charge or Col. Onr Jewelry, Stlrcrwarc and Optical Goods Department bute of United States Senator.. Mr. was leaning against the fence, and ocbut at the same time it was said; Alas, Thos. Richards, who will Itcpalr Matches and Clocks Promptly and In tho best g on all family aflaire. repairs of these aubmarino lines are Blackburn totkowy, eloquent and even casionally looking down the street, as Tho matter was, therefore, referred to also very costly. A ship has to be sho will havo a dreadful hump on her style. brilliant, but he li as radically unfit If expecting somebody. 'O, God,' I then said, 'a Without Duko Ernest, who replied that since chartered at an expense of some $500 back! for the nUee as hit competitor. lie wasting any time on preliminaries, tho unification of Germany ho had a day; and it generally takes several girl will become embittered, UlrapaWte, domineering, indiicreet the fond mother seized the young man made it a rule to ask for tiro Empe- weeks to find the locality of tho break whereas she should be beautiful. Givo with bis tongue, undignllied in debate In an unrelenting clutch, and lashed ror's opinion ou all important ques and mend it, which can be done only mc the huran and let tho maiden ho nd ontlmlv aunerflcial. lie was a him mercilessly, with a "black snake" tions. The cajo now came beforo the in favorable weather. A single break well favored and agreeable.'" Tho notable figure in the House where bis whip which she drew from the folds of Kaiser, who decided that, as a const! has sometimes cost 8100,000. Still sophiitry had its rewaid; thoy were a strong individuality and personal her dress. What might have bap tutional sovereign, he was bonnd to this branch of telegraphy Is profitable married. gave blm prominence, but even ncned had a policeman not arrived ascertain tho views of his Prime Min There aro six wires connecting this The) Boston Transcript discourses not considered the peer cannot be guessed. Explanations fol ister. Happily for the now anxious country with Great Britain and delightfully in an editorial on Septhere, he of Carlisle, Knott or McKenzie. He lowed, and it was soon made plain pair of lovers, the "Iron Chancellor" France and it Is announced that two tember, and in tho courso of its re is a magnificent stump speaker, and "Perfection of beauty marks says: that the mother had terribly whipped had no wish to consult anybody, and more will soon bo added. oratory is simply in spread-eag- le is fouud, not in childhood or youth, an innocent vountr man who had decided that the marriage might lako Exchanged With It. but where profundity merely paused for a moment to wait place. Lou. Com. Tho daily newspaper editor is not but in tho beginning of middle life; arofpoliticalloreor sledge-hamm-er for a friend to join him from a neighOne Touch ok Natuiie. A boy above practicing deceit, A man went and tho early autumn will bring togegument is demanded, is weak. He boring drug store. The real letter met a youthful acquaintance in the into an Arkantaw nowspaper office, ther all that is most desirable in a cli might acquit himself with credit in writer arrived on the sceno before the mate. Whether it bo the cool morn street, aad exclajmeu: "Didn t I tell and said to tho editor: the' Senate, or he might do infinite whipping was over, but wisely ditap you, Jack Buaby, that I was a goin' "Have you got tho Wigglevillo ing, when it is a joy toliyoaud brentbo hsrru. Geu. Williams has noverdono pcared before tho situation was clearthe delicious air; the warm after to whip you when I caught yru out? Bottlefly handy?" any thing in the Senate to warrant ed up- the gardens are in all noons, when Bill. I don't wan't to saw it." "Go away "No air, I never hi. being put out of it, nor any thing their glow of color, and peaches and When tho stranger fight." "Maybe you don't think I "You exchange with it." Pot it Thar. out of it to justify hfo being put there. that he was from Arkan- can whip you?" "It don't mako any "No, for we havo no uso for such plums drop from tho loaded branch tr, He fills the place at would any other remarked or the evenings, when the light wnod hPMrLjtwiBn skHlSBBpl9iBBWKtu2B "T"nTjKlRlBBJ lBHksBEBBBB7 He sas, oue of the passengers suddenly difference whether you cau whip me papers." Hverage Kentucky gentleman. for fire dances merrily on the hearth, it not. I don t want to fight. My or turned and asked: "I know you exebango with it, tells sterles of the Mexican war, takes ksBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBuSBBH' lw IMSBBBBBBBBBBBBB1 "You are, eh? May bo you aro mother " "Yes your mother knows I send it to you every week. I am is summer and winter on their best his three fingers of Bourbon whenever friendly tokens to behavior, giving I can whale you." "My mother's the editor of the Bottlefly." county?" ihe spirit moves him, distributes no from Crittenden dead. She died this morning." "I "Oh the Bottleflyl Why, certain-Iy- , each other." "I am that." end of gardes seed among his constididn't know it Jack, and you mustn't Farming in Nebraska. A York "Perhaps from James' Landing?" we exchance with it. Most valu- tuentsand draws hit pay. Thero is think hard of mo. I ain't got noth- ablo exchange on tho list, but I county farmer informs us that off of it, exactly." "That's no harm iu him and absolutely no "Then maybe, you know my broth- ing against you. I wouldn't hit you haven't got it hero as I always take leu acres he sold $225 worth of wheat. have in stock over 300 Finished Monuments in He Is simply a nonenity. Begood. bushels to er, William Henry Jones, from Penn and if another boy was ter come up it home." Country editor went away The yield was thirty-tw- o tween the two, Blackburn is by far Scotch and Amcrlcnii Granite mid Italian and Native and hit you now, I'd knock him down. highly flattered. fArkanBaw Trav the acre. At those figures a farmer State?" the brainier, but there are much "bet- Yan, this am selling reduced prices in order can pay for a new farm out of tho pro- Marble, which "Stranger, put it tharl" exclaimed There, don't cry. What yer got in eler. ter and vastly more able men in Ken"A black dress." The passage of the new Maid of the ceeds of each crop and pay $20 an to make room for new stock, Designs arc new and the Arkansas traveler, as he extend- that bundle?" Glasgow limes. tucky than either. York ed bis band and smiled all over. "Come ou. and let me carry it for Mist through the Niagara whirlpool acre for tho land at that. Ms Btr Who "kill Thing or Two!' prices from $5 to 10,000. "Bust ray buttons, if I didn't help you." fArkansaw Traveler. out to be a tame affair. Democrat. rapids turned 7'My dear.boy," said a father to his hang your brother for cattle stealing This story is told of the sagacity of The craft was built up from an old Tho future is always fairyland to only son, "you are in bad company. jilt before I left home." Wall Btroet the dog of a Texas gentleman: He scow, and had a stove for a furnace, the youth. Life is like a beautiful and whom you associate inThe lads with News. followed his owner to a gambling hell no engine, and a dummy for a steers- winding lane, on either side bright dulge in bad habits. They drink, An Irish woman can always roan-ag- e one day. It was against the rule, but man. She drew about a foot of water. flowers, and beautiful butterflies and smoke, swear and play cards. I beg to tell a disagreeable truth in a still the proprietor did not turn him and whirling round and round, went tempting fruits, which wo scarcely ye to quit their society." bo lingered near tho poker ta through the rapids with littledifficu'.ty pause to admiro and taste, so eager are be afraid ot me, fath- very agreeablo way. "How did your out, so tYou seeda't die?" asked the judge very ble. Suddenly, when his owner was or damage. This was a travesty on the we to hasten to an opening which we er" rifKedthe bey, laughing. "I husband "Well, sir, very suddint betting very largely on threo aces, the voyage of the true Maid of the Mist imagine will bo more beautiful still. guess I kibw a thing or two. I know sternly. like," was the reply. ''But what was dog flew at him as if mad, and bit at so many years ago; but, as tho sight Never has there been a year in hew far to go aad when to stop." the matter with him?" "Why, I bo- - his legs and tore his coat and broke drew a great throng of spectators who which bees have been so prolific as h The lad left his father's house down their accepted this performance in lieu of case la his lingers and laugh- lieve sir, he fell out of a window, or up the came. All throw this. From all sections of the coun through a kind of a cellar door, or hands in the melee and then tho dog's the many advertised imitations of try bee raisers report that they havo ing at "the old man's Betleat." lad, something of that sort," "How far owner saw that his opponont held a Webb which havo not been forthcom- had hard work to keep hives enough A few years later aad that five or hand superior to his own. Since that ing, thoso who thrive by tho pretence grown to manhood, stood at the bar of did be fall?" "Not more than ahead to acconynodato the new colo six feet, ycr Honor." "And bow he has received oflers of large sums of vJ9;tora were satisfied nies that wanted to set up a court before a jury which has just of for themselves. A lady entered a ticket office in anight in a verdict of guilty against could such a fall as that kill him?" for that dog from Texas gentlemen which he had "You see, sir, there was a bit of a the strictest honor. Toledo, and bought a tic-- et for Milhim in some crime in IPHARMACISTS A great many Christians are liko liko and it The gross misuse of tho gospel by waukee. She told the ticket teller that been concerned. Before he was sen- atrhriug, or cord, or that the colored gentleman who said that cealxu iii- tenced he addressed the court and said had got round poor Mike's neck and two Alaskan rogues may furnish an- she had never travelled alone, and he had been walking "in the broad ho never spoke a word after it." This that her husband bad always told her moral for missionaries. other Drags, Books, Stationery among other things: "My downward and narrer path for twenty years" and Panoy Articles. course began in disobedience to my The New York Sunday Mercury has graceless pair, being put in jail at that she could not without trouble. and never found it a hard road to PlijsyclinV preset lptlons accurately compounded thought I knew as much this to say of Gov. Knott: "Every Juneau with a third comrade, divert- She desired to disprove it by making travel. parents. I Alio Hon. Proctor ed their keeper's attention by bringing this trip alone. Accordingly she askof the world as my father did, and I inch a Governor. I JE.VELEltNII Oaths aro vulgar,Ben9eless,offensive, spurned hii advice; but as soon as I Knott, who has just been inaugurated him a New Testament text to explain, ed for and got all the information as on my home, tempta-tie- a Gov. of Kentucky, coos into office shot him while he was examining it, to the departure of her train, the impious; like obscene words, they ttiraed my back Trade Hark. Largest Slock of Watohcs, earns upon me like a drove of hy- with a wide experience gained In Con- and so effected their escape. Two of change of cars in Chicago, checking leave a noisesomo trail upon the soul. Clocks, Jewolr & .MIrcrware They gratify no sense, while thoy out enas and harried me into rutaw gress and political life, which will these inquiring theologians, being re- baggage.&c.aud went from the ticket Ever Irougbt to tblt osrkot. Prices Lower then who prove of inestimable value to him in captured, were hanged by a mob. office smiling at tho manner tn which rage taste and dignity. Mark that confession, ye boys the Lowest. Wstekc, Clocks and Jewelrr on short noUce snd Wsrranted. are beginning to be wiser than your the discharge of his executive duties. Thero is no objection to utilizing this she would surprise her husband. A The temperance advocate, Francis parental Mark it, and learn that dis- It is from this class of men that the story for showing tho perils of pervert- few minutes later the ticket seller Murphy, who will soon return to this obedience is the first step on the road chief magistrates of State, as well as ing the Scriptures from their 'proper found on tho counter tho ticket bo had country, has received 5,000,000 pled TO to Win. Don't toko it. New uee, provided that a moral Is also.drawn sold her with tho change. tho nation, should be chosen. gee during his work abroad. Slavery in Cuba is described by men, who aro without political expe- regarding the crimo of lynching; The ttreckenridge Netcs, says: "Tho Tho daughter of a fisherman at a A newsman at Jamaica tied a seashore town had a tiff with her lov- roan who stops his paper to economize Mattio Young in the Kansas City rience, invariably fall uuder the con aud string around his aching tooth and Timet. She was born in Nashville, trol of clerks and hancersou er because sho would not allow him to ought to cut his nose off to save the just beforo. a train leit the station he name his now boat for her. "Why do expenso of handkerchiefs;" and, at the age of 3, was stolen make a failure in office. lean., .AJ-TIh Robinson's Circus. They made a D "nave you a card, sir?" asked the lied the other end of tho string to the you stand out ag'in it?" asked her fa' Very Low Rates. rear car. When the train started ho ther. "Well," queried tho girl, "do dancing girl of her and took her to dour-keeof the House. The man DoitlKO the continuance of the South Cuba. There, seven years later, sho looked a little surprised and answer- ran along behind it until it had gath- - you think it such a great compliment ern Exposition, at Loulirllle, Ky., (com- Nico ol' Horses and Fine Turnouts. Kales rca- was auctioned to a planter whose place ed, "Card? No, I don't carry a ed headway, when he dropped on his to hear every few weeks that Matilda mencing August In), and continuing 100 soiiuble. is eight miles out of Havanar She pack." "Where aro you from," in- knees. The train carried the tooth to Slocum's up for repaiN, Matilda SIo days), the Loul.Yille A NatLrillo d will sell Kicur.ion Tickets from any Long Island City. An expression of em's in tho dock to be scraped, or that goes on to say: "I was branded on quired the "Nothe of IU stations to LouWvtlle at one fare for the back with eighteen names and as do you pain on his face was followed by one of Matilda Slocum's lost all her fixin's was the reply. "What the round trip. There Tickets will been when he know the cause of his eftea. as the scars dimmed I was by me. I will pay the highest market price. I alto deal ia generally? Well, now,. If you do. I sale do la North Carolina when you go delight titty dj, from L. A N. atations and It wanted I was made to plow like visiting? Don't you send in your card trouble was gone. N. Y, gun. don't ; and that's got to settle it!" will be good IS day, allowing ample time a horse. They hitched three women to the man you want to see?" The It was "court week" Tn a country Boston Transcript. to visit the Greatest Exposition ever held in' h'arBesa and made us drag the plow, "tar-heel- " And can supply it ia any quantity. in the South, and lecond only to the Centown, and a late comer was given one laughed outright. "Lor' a Lake, Dakota, tennial at 1'hiladelphia. The city of Devil's one of us carrying a bit in the mouth. massyl" heoxelaimed. "W'y, we ride ot a dozen cots which had. been put up known to tho postal authorities as NUiNiVEM-EYA. AVe were sometimes whipped three Parties desiring anr Mokumkmts. There up to a feller's fence and holler to him temporarily in the parlor. Creelsburg, is not yet 100 days old, thing in the monumental line will do well times a day and we never knew what to tie his dog, and then 'light and go was a grand chorus of snores from the but already choice lots iu it are sold to read the adverlieement of Alfred White Sunday was." The girl at length in." other eots. ' "After an hour or more of as high as $2,000 apieee. It has seven wboee business was established In 1852 and to a ship and handed in GalvesThe republican party is defined by this uproar one of the most resonaut large' hotels, two banks, two papers, la still located at the old stand No. .55 ton. a New York colored editor as "a of the snores brought up'with a snort and many shops and factories. It is and 257, V. 6th St. Cincinnati, O. Mr. J&fjM Henderson went to Pierre White is at present in Europe purchasing close corporation, a thieving machine, and was suddenly silent. A Frenchsituated on Devil's Lako, aud, owing largely in hit line of imported Scotch and to be marrlrd to J. D. Scott; a mushroom, an aristocratic syndicate, man who occupied a cot in .the exis known as the Italian work. to its many attractions, but Scott died Wore the lime set. At keeping taxes at high water to feed treme eorner of' the room exclaimed: "Saratoga of Dakota" PILES PILES I PILES I deaMl" the funeral Miss Henderson told her cormorants and plunderers that fasten "Tank God, von Js New Jersey, last Thursday, a IJr. liemlna'i Keto Vleeovery for Iu sympathizing friends that Scott was an the Treasury." That colored man A conundrum constructor; whose 1'lteuU Ttillca thsom from tb old rsweJIea the fourth man to whom she bad bees appears to have employed his time in name Is uaknowa to fame, has ib.iad ruflka assaulted a citisea with brass Wtofor tn use. The DlscuTtrj Is lb result of engaged, and that all had died before keeping posted on the political history out by experlcaee the difference be- knueka. At the same aiomeat twenty-fou- r MrsriatltutKlnltOestuJjr soil lniUttloa con disease. Into hurs later, he hatl been arrested, vincet a tbsrscltr of this uslnrul on VtaujTo the time fixed for the nuptials. of his day. 4 tween a sweetheart and a wife is aljrou ot ls great merit, csll Btsofurd, er W. U. Webir, VI t. Vernon, tried, seateaced, confined iu the State ' A Harlem girl who had been to "How are you and your wife com most akin to the jiifletenoe between a sample free el cbarfe. prison aud was pegging away on a an4 f et a hear Nilssen was asked how she liked lug on?" asked a Galveston huu of a gold headed cane .and a wart on your There Is Dossftljr In allowing a cough, lioeefet had enlarged views light, to continue. Vt one can U'l the cough that hsr repertoire. "Very mnch indeed, colored mau. "She run me 00, boss" nose. You carry the one around pair of shoei.aad Jlfowu's Expectorant will Commercial College of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. like lo aad the as to the rapidity of Jersey lightning Smsy prore ilmg.roui. cold I think it file her beautifully," was "What's the master?" "I am to with you because you Ask ever caolracted of justice. eradlcste an? cough or WXX.smft St. SSaCZSML". I TBIDSKT. N. Y. ss aaderatood by the courts other because you've get to. the reply. blame, bess. I gave her a white silk jrvur druulii fjf Ibis and no othsr. For isle bj StuJmtM rtcctivd any ek day of t yar. Summer kiVh iu op fur rrcrtnuy iJmU. Blsokwd, and W. M. Wtber, -I . iu grtJuK Stbxct Talk. "Uow much teller jou Penor .OlcAllsUr, she got so proud she had no Advertiser. ?? n.mi1-i- - V?il1 Rcinn ttrsegtbealns; pre?. drew aad Son Tbs 1 laa ww.... irv, iH CUM it "j)u'- f Klhilwu4 Uataa- u- 4ab( ! gilned 32 NUYcroMi. AtMl " f Ik look, Mr. 8.1" "Yet, 1 l.a ! AMWI. PMeMf USO MNtMM frJt- - TteJauw, tt Ovtlyt. WIU ' tie. ot Ires, eesaWs! with other teak use for me. She 'lowed I was too A little bey in, Georgia who wrote ft.nejjk. mmUciJ u NUO M4 M U CeWTM Monitor, vau4U " law. ' ' - kta ' - - - - fiw-m- , A. lUUuewtt. m4 i wtTUai pou4 on MiJl. Csianli One. Htva not ). T.of Uiown'e of Wor tblugloa led., ssjs one HMtM4 ku- -(Wm - IUI are found m dark to mate, the drew." tat', a west psrfot bsttIm, Tut. IW, T.m1W mm L'xpcorsm worked Use a chaiui IwU L'talwIJ, ttefel W MtwWajlf, is uoltle Saata Ciaus tft a jway .wa wise enough MtM w)l ia 30 jtitt. It hu -i- ds leal ColteMSJ IM II-a we) sj.t . ! Usmllr, If Ik ' .... JI W kMii. Ca"rWe IfM VOU, whisk tft(hHi tbs In bis fju.llr. Ho Is cintlncid oflts woDdeful cu. -. - f aJ ikarga. WaVaa 2 M 11--1 AolM UaMVW. rWfcUa WJ tw ' fMJjr tf, ttwa Lake superior eovers as mvek t to add: "Poseript: if he Is a mule pies eeuptae care aad U worth $AO a bottl to rallie qualltlee. For sale tj IVonjr A Mc AII,Ur, g4U frM. tl luui Mel r ! CeiiUlMrHi 114 UMtelMa tWf ear ttib tk aittt bety, atxl Uupww Iks Meed mwwm r aiysi lHfrfa vpsjcDiifa f WtlKHt Hi SMITH, PfMt, Urtaww Kiv as Baglawi. the earth's wrkee ty his behiae legs." Stanford, and W. M. Water, Mt. Vernon. that has the cetarrb." say M'ROBERTS&STAGG House Stanford, IKll arrie Ky. e Saxe-Cobur- ALFRED WHITE CINCINNATI, O. msg-oetisr- iu . PHiSMSMfcr BBf I I at r h. c. RUPLEY, MERCHANT TAlXttB, - twir-liag'h- Stanford, Kentucky, house-keepin- g 'earn? tkWMXUmt -- waa--"-leg!ster- ed. M iff ialeftVeefl STABLE! SZ-A.K3STESS .: SHOP, per lot Kail-roa- door-keep- er. Car-oliny- ," brand-edligaf- n. dooo mwmm CO AIi! , T. Staniord, Ky. ' Da-kot- The Interior Journal Steam Printing Office does all kinds of Job "Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. W. P. Walton, Prop'r. STEAM PRINTING! o -- -- "J UUi-cu- w A -- t, --. . A Ti-- ? L eaf oe -. 'V-- uifmtm r'iniiifci, mwiMlIti iiflilHflfal i h ft U H The templalion It tee great for the average stutter (or stint for ttai matter) and. if "he hat Is without atn Ks te cast the first stone" fare would be as few Hoe thrown as In Mm 8th chapter of Jehn. I fear the "licensed victuallers'' can truthfully sy to Twwky Meminf , September 18, 1883 many a wearer of the blue ribbon who is EBIT8R If. A WALT8N. "taking it out" on the "L. VV," IS, 'You hu ths sta Ihtl von'r lnclln lly cHranlnf that you htvs as mlrul to." U atfir kotriiNg possession Hmkldon The only remedy for all this tu jwojm busi of tWo Land Office at Frank fort con ness, which is as halefnl in theology, if not trary (o law and fa defiance of the ex worse, as in business and politics is to act on the law of LOVK and give something pressed wishes of Nearly 100,000 vot-er- a better than that you propose to take away, No matter what Cecil may have Thin chlckory will never he accepted as a done or promised, it does not oxcwm substitute for good beer by either hnglieh The New Hampshire Lcglstalnrc hit Sheldon's murpaliofl and Cecil must or Americans; aad the cheerful, else he Jiut adjourned after a session of 102 day. liwid man bo a decidedly gin palace will attract the Orer $100,000 will be required to par th'lr ed, would not so qoietly submit In having wearied workman to the end of lime, unless per diem, tiM riuhli defiled him. coffee palace of at least equal It is best of The ner Tennessee law sgsinst gam- you have a course to let the courts settle iho mat bling Is being made nugatory by using pretentions to comfort, with a good, honest drink, as cheap as publicans can furnish. ter, but it strikes us that n iumii is deck ol cards upon which picture of Alasl the average philanthropic coffee pal instead of the usual spot. The coward, a koavo or both, who appear cither a ace (7) is a dingy room, captured fay Hies; would not walk into tho office to which card are designated by the names of the floor untidy; coflee a sloppy adulteration; animal where, pictures they bear. he was lawfully elected and tako pos Thla U Kn'ncky week. We will hare plates with relics of the last occupant visi We ble in etneariegs of mustard or gravr ; forks session or die in tho attempt. the Qovernor, liiu State officer, the Snv accumulations between havo heretofore felt kindly towards torsand theCongrennii-n- , the members of with Sheldon, never however regarding Mm the State prci and 100,000 unarmeJ Ken-i- i the tines; spoons, that odious admlxtuie of platbrass and silver, made by badly klnt Ttie city will welcome them,the ing tnd table cloths where one worn study as a man of much calibre, but by L.. can forfeited Fair Association will do t'lem honor nnd disgraceful conduct he has history of knife and fork Exposition will receive ihesi with open at his leasufe the the respect of all law abiding men and the tattles with various edibles; traces ol the . of yesterday. arnw. fray being copiously scattered around for shown that the last convention did . Montrose has been fined $1,000 and wisely in deciding to relegate him to sentenced to the chain gang for 12 months gratuitous information, I had the pleasure of addressing a lot of tho obscurity of his Nelson county fordistrlhotingthe New York iWi'cs "Navvies" (as laborers on roajs and other quietly In Atlanta. Montrose went to Atlanta home. And now if he will not public works are called In England) night givo up tho office to which ho baa no under the direction of Richard K. Fox, the before last. The rough, but sensible and claims whatever, because he himself is proprietor of the IWice Qaxtlt, to make a hearty knights of the pick-ai- e and shovel, test case under the Slate laws. The paper a party to the corrupt bargaining and has been shut out of Atlanta for five years In question, had been gathered by the in defatigable and gentle overtures of the two trading that he complains of, ho ought Qiiv. Knott has.been In office 1 1, days, failing and Iho only pardon laaaed by him to a Misses Green, who lake the trouble to go to bo quietly ordered out and almost dally where a lot of those men are to go, he should bo assisted out on tho convict was to Edward Wilson, of color, employed on a road near their father's who was sent to prison tor ten years for too of a hoot. house and during the noon rest for dinner, murder. He had served his entire read, pray and sing with them, Invite them Tnn Patent Office is a paying insti with the exception of one day, had occasion Drill Hall, and tutionfor the government. During only liecu Idle one day during hU incarce- to teas ataddressed them, on thethem with had when I closed, thero were ration, was a faithful and obedient prisonfiscal year, the wives and children for a whole afternoon 32,845 applications for patents and er, and the Governor restored him to citi- on Mr. Green's elegant lawn and in an ad1,039 for design patents, or4,000 more zenship by granting him a pardon. jacent meadow for cricket and other games; A stubbornly fought In I tie has occurwith a repast spread in a spacious lent than the year before. The receipts red between the French and the Black from all sources were $1,095,884 and Flags. The French claim to have captur- pitched on the croquet lawn; winding up the evening beafter paying all expenditures a surplus ed two towns and to hnva driven the Black with religious services in fore going home. It was a pleasant party, of $518,255 was left. The Americans Flags out of their Intrenchments at the seemed to be thoroughly enjoyed by the are decidedly an inventive nation point of the bayonet. The French loss was men, women and children, though net ex and if they keep on in their efforts to 2 officers and 14 men killed and 3 offi- actly tho most hopeful place to preach the machines the next cers and 40 men wounded. The casualities gospel; it being well understood by all create labor-savinamong the Black Flags are estimated at par tie i that the festivities were only a trap generation will be freed almost entire- from COO to COO. The French took 30 to catch souls and would not have been ly from toil. whom they beheaded forthwith. thought of as a social enjoyment, apart The Proteus, which, in company with trom that fact. This is the weak point in This office is in receipt of the following dispatch from General Alanager J. I he Yantir, sailed from St. John's June 29, all the philanthropic efforts. ' It Is only a ofsocial barriers, for "The members of the to relieve the Greeley party, was crushed spasmodic break-dowM. Wright. by Ice July 23, and sank in four hours. Kentucky Press are invited to visit the The disaster occurred near Cape Sabine. a purpose and that purpose being clearly discerned, the honest Briton is on his Exposition on Thursday, Sept 20th." All the provisions and stores intended for guard at once disliking to be taken into a Our Louisville letter tells what will be the Greeley party went down. The crew trap, as we all do, however gilded a one it dono that day and it is beyond the look to tho boats and made their way orer may be be. "In vain is the snare set in power of tho average rural rooster to COO miles of ice and water before they were Might ot any bird," and I began my gospel rrsiat the temptation toco. Therefore rescued by the Yantic Conflicting stories address with the painful consciousness that of the fate of the Greeley party were told the gentleman will please consider his by the Eskimo. Captain Greeley and his my birds had come In out of deference to their kind entertainers, the Greens, but invitation accepted so far as we are men are now destined to spend their fourth most steadily declined to have the tradi concerned. winter in the Arctic Kegions, and very tional "pinch of salt" applied by the evan gelistic "charmer charm he never so wire Tnn Sunday Argus calls our atten likely with insufficient stores. ly." Yet many are caught in this way, tion to the fact that the Legislature ENGLAND and our good, persistent, loving young laoffice of Register GEO. 0. BARNES in can not abolish the JCiOItD" dies will surely get their "Navvies" In of Land Office by statute, inasmuch time. I feel confident of that There Solsoirtii House, as its existence is provided for by the Iliano ate, London, Sept. 1st, 'S3 j were no confessions in the tent, but evident State constitution. Then there is an- Jkar Interior : Impressions, and I am certain that more The Hackney meeting closed on than one gave the assurance by nervous other reason added to the many, for a Wednesday night, the 29th ult , with the e new one. or actual promise to our zeal largest congregation and greatest number ous young evangelists, of the beginning of news that tho protracted drouth The of confessions, our dear LORD, as usuali a new life, while the latter stood outside has rendered the Virginia peanut crop keeping the best for the last. The closing the gate of the villa, in the darkness, tak a failure, will cast a gloom over the discourse was upon "Bible Blue Itibbon ing the hand of each for a final word, as entire community ot munchers, who ism," in which I did what I could by an they filed out going homoward. At the Are never so happy as when they can exposition of Numbers XV:37 to show that close of the meeting, while Mr. Green was the blue ribbon of Je3us gospel was not a addressing a few parting disturb an assemblage with their crusade against the rum sellers, but God's words, this subject of "Coflee vs. Beer" noise. s included. I am came up and little by little came out the LOVE to all; The New York Times, a republican grieved at the course the temperance move- reajon from various quarters why the men paper, says that its State is certain for ment is taking here, and the unlovely did not invest in tbe former at the noon the democrats this vear and next. Its spirit of many of its advocates', who open- meal. Both were served by ready attend "extermination cf the li- ants from the "public and the "coflee warring factions havo harmonized ly proclaim the censed victuallers as vermin." This is house" respectively, but the beer was overwhile tho republicans aro rent with a dislnlical exhibition of temper whelmingly the favorite: dissensions. that will recoil on all who give it house-roo1. The "pub." gave 'tick" the coOVe and will assuredly work harm to the man would not credit. 2. Tbe cofiVe was is on exhibition in Baltimore There Mr. John Bright gave poor "tastes like It had soda In It, sir" a mau recently arrived from Germany temperance reform. an admirable address at the opening of the as one of the men explained on being parwhose skin is so elastic that ho can "Cobden Coffee House" at Birmingham ticularly questioned; "no strength in It, seize tho cuticle of tho breast and last Thuisdar, which will do good In sir;" another said; "don't taste like coffee, stretch it up to cover his entire face. who juat now are sir;" a third rejoined. Thts was followed quieting the the heaviest load the good ship Teetotal. by a general murmur of disapprobation NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Ism has to carry. Between these too ar- and disgust, which clearly showed "which dent friends, who would ruin all to reap way the wind blew" on the refreshment Frtaldtnt Arthur acted as at the funeral of Hugh Hastings and so did revenge on the publicans, and the luke question. Making allowance for natural Jay Gould. warm and cowardly ones, who only wear a depravity and a desire to get a good ex Barban Miller, colored, was banged very thin and feeble blue ribbon on their cuse for drinking the beer "they were In In Itlchmond, Va., Frlduy for the murder Sunday coats, and are so many barnacles clined to," the fact remains that beer they ofhtr husband, clinging to ths old craft's bottom and sides, will drink until something better is given. 303,374 emmigranU ar- causing her to sail sluggishly the cause In ten months The reform has not reached that point yet, rived In this country. The greatest num. bids fair to languish just now. Indeed the so far as can see. The coffee is vlllian-ou- s I ber in any one month came In May, when Government returns of income from the the beer splendid. How stupid to C9.G93 arrived. sale of spirituous and malt liquors show a dream that the average mortal will on , Col. Robt. M. Mayo, of Weetmore startling recovery during the last month, "pure principle" bolt the one and abstain lam, Va , Congressman elect, suicided Sat- that has rather frightened temperance ad- from the otherl The onlr thing left Its the urday because he could not adapt his mind vocates who had begun, to believe that the way of a hold on the poor fellows, thereto the readjuster principles on which ticket Millennium of total abstinence was dawn fore, Is to depict the horrors of drink, he was elected. lag, when the revenue fell off, as it which Is in effect tbe "fire and brimstone" At Pittsburg, the balloon In which tremendously did a few months ago. The argument of the parsons, Jn soul matters; Prof. G. A. Warner has been making as- decline In blessing on the temperance work and I am sorry to say the staple argument cension collapsed whs 8,000 feet above dates from the vicious persecution of the left, In the absence of a better. It will terra firms. Warner was enabled to gel a "p jbs," who, whatever their frighten a few in; and Praise the LORD, if firm hold of the ropes, and the balloon and were carrying on a bull-ne- by any means some are awed. But is it land him unin came down so slowly as to fully sanctioned by the law of the not time "high time" that a more exceljured. The Kentucky University at Lexlng country. As well might an outcry be raised lent way should be opened up? Hell will ton has nlntty In the college of arts; seven against Harper Bros, and others because always be a sort of check on wicked men, ty In the college of the Bible: ICO in the they have grown rich by pirating British and the appalling end of the drunkard will commercial college, aad thirty In the acad- copyrights and sucking the brains of Brit- always be a check on drinkers. But there emy. These are from all parts of the coun- ish authors without adequate coinpensa. la no gospel in the depicting of either, and try, but mostly from the Middle and West- Hon, when our American law protects and those who turn to God or temperance on encoursges them in It by steadily refusing tbe low ground of terror, will be a fearful, ern States. The number of pension claims uow to entertain an ''International Copyright lot, all qf their days, arrearages, la Bill" looking to the amelioration of wrongs, as a rule. adlrg, which include There must be a better way. I am not now There Is, thank God. All this abuse of tbe of these b allowel many and 148,813. If the total amount required to pay them speaking of God's law,, which alike says to blessed scripture that the "natural man re- This of course Is in Publishers, "Thou shall not steal" and to ceiveth not the things of ths Spirit of will be $121,373,800. addition te a'.l sums heretofore paid under Publicum "Thou shall not put a bottle to God," as If tbe LOVE of God and the the arrearages set. There are also 6,092 thy neighbor's lips." ThU blessed code is sweetness of the real gospel can not be elaloM sow peadlag, which do not Involve little recognlwl in "legitimate (7) trade," made attractivs and delightful to the unre- I am sorry to say. "LOVE worketh Its generate soul, Is as false u that good coflee arrearages. If 60 per cent of these be the ibmhI dtmatid upoa the Trtas. neighbor bo III; therefore LOVE Is the ful. and cheap, will not be acceptable to a BritThe filling of the law" of God. But man's law ish workman. Tbe yttj opposite Las been ry to meet tbm will be $5,023,630. jweseat peasioa Met calls for $32,000, Is the thing In question now, aad however triumphantly demonstrated in the very few 099 a year. CeasUertsg all the claims much we may personally dleplee the avar- - cases where It has been tried. Men don't Ice that will take advantage of a bad law, want to go to hell or the "public" If you f sow uadjutd to be ssMlsd aad of (item allowed, the swu required for the we have no right to treat cavlllerly those give them something better that will be lUt would be $41,830,605. who have been sharp enough to step ha aad enough better to overcome the natural bias etfn wake a fortune out of a faulty legislation. to both places, "Ths goodness of God" It Is statUtag to cotw)late. tMMttkliliiicriirltxnml -- Leon Abbctt was nominated by tke democrat ht Governor of New Jststj oa the recothl ballot. Junius RrntiH Booth Is djlnjt at th hotel of which he In proprietor In Sei, Mum. Fifteen crlroltuU were sentenced to the penitentiary nt the list term of the Ky , Circuit Court. Hon. J. Wick ICrmlall la announced m a candidate fur Judge of the Court of Appeal to succeed Jitde Hargts. Tom Honey wa convicted at (leoffte-towSaturday of the murder of Hill Nichols and eentenced to 21 jetrs In th Msnchw-ter-bj-the y, n y. well-lig- aal-ma- parti-colore- d 0,-J- jit g pris-oner- s, n "PHA.ISE THE hand-shak- o well-cle- n rum-eeller- ly does "lead ! change ofmrad(nst(i) aad good and efceap feed and drink, with eom- fortaws quartets to enjoy thee In, will go far to etnptf gin pataeos. Bat the aver- ae stwaer will run aM risks, wkh the dev hope that "senething will turn Up" to save him at last, If you can only give his, In lieu ot his darling sins and haunts, the orthodox God of fire and brimstone, a hard bench in a mission chan- pel, or a seat In one of the coffee palaces (Tj1 above described. O, for preachers to preach a God who It LOVK and nothing tltr, who will defend Him through thick andthlnjiy the name that He Himself has given us as the clue out of all labyrinths; and who will fairly and squarely meet all cavillers on their own ground aad defeat them with a victory that our God will surely glvel And O, for men of money, who will lavishly spead It, la demonstrating that the average man will take a, better thing if it is offered hire, instead of tbe deadly poison that he now imbibes under Iho stimulus of gaslights, music, assiduous attentions and depraved appetites! I have just been reading (lean read a good deal now, while letill fighting the davit, without glasses, for tinimpairrd vision ahead,) a very delightful book against infidels entitled "Tradition or Eden" by Shepheard. It Is one of hundreds like It. It Is not that brave hearts are wanting to dsfend the truth when seen to be defensible. Touch the blessed Bible at a Geological, Ethnological, Philological or point, and hosts of mall clad warriors will shiver a lance for Its defence. But how comes it that whet one like Col. In' gersolt attscks the morality of the Bible, and boldly challenges a successful defeacs of the God of tbe Bible, from ths qfthodox standpoint, the armies of Isrsel Ilea like frightened rabbits to thels tents, and cower there, while this Goliath of Gath bellows defiance across the valley of Klah. "Give me a man, who will fight me," is an un, answered challenge if it be a torn bat on hit own ground, And that is the only victory worth galulng. David gave his opponent the vantage ground, took him on the dead tun, and slang a stone without aiming it, so that God, not the skill of a practiced Benjamin hand, might have all the glory, and so he slew him, and cut off the gianta head with his own sword. Brethren of the ministry, baa it come to this that we have a God concerning whom the less that Is said of His moral character, as set forth in His word, the better. Are we indeed driven to defend the "olo- gies" of the Bible as an excuse for letting the central point of attack go undefended? Are we any longer compelled to bow our heads and cry out "mysterious provideng ces," When our God is accused of or permitting for holy ends, bloody warfare, slavery of the worst type, polyga my, murder, adullerv; all the "evil" that are done In tho great "city" of London, dally and nightly; all the heathenism of the "ends of the earth;' and charged with all this, because our theology admits fairly and logically the dreadful charge, I entreat you to ponder the fact, that of all the hundreds of books written In defence of tho Bible, not one attempts a defense ol the point raised so awfully by Col. Ingcrsoll. And "is there not a cause" as David said to Kllab? Has not this silence given consent to the charges, and so as good John Milton says: "You have brought scandal to Israel, diffidence of God, and doubt to feeble hearts, prepense enough before to waver." Alasl tho victims of this drsad-fsilence on the main point, are around you on every hand. The remedy is simple. Deny, according to scripture, that God does any of these things expressly, Impliedly, or permissive-ly- . Lay all upon the real perpetrator, the devil; and having done this, the LORD will show you how to explain every seemingly adverse scripture to tbe satisfaction The dishonest of every honest mind. would not be convinced "though one rose from the dead." There were 4S7 confessions at the Hackney meeting nearly nil adults. Praise the dear LOUD! Hope to report a fresh field In my next, but none open just now, that we know Geo. O. Baknes. Ever in Jesui, Cosmo-logicperpe-trstinul 0 o o H N.K HRlfHit, I'.J.rtllftts, BRIGHT GROCERIES & CURRAN. Krinll Ioh!tm Ih r WholcHnlo hmiI - H M W AND HARDWARE, We run two hounM, carry tho Largeat hlook in town; pay eaah far1 our goods, whloh onablefl us to soil you closer than any ono. All wa ask la a trial. BUIOIIT & CURRAN. o M M (A f I W. H. HIGGINS I UKAIXIl IN . 0 (A I Hardware, Ireti, Hiirkj-IVkcc- Ilerxo rSheox, MhIIh, NleTCH, GrercrlcH, QHceiiMWHrr, NatftllcH, a o Q O NpokcM, IIIhih, fsralcM, NtottuKHrr, Chug Mill, ClrirrMIIlN, IIiikK)' Whlpst, Uhi-hcmm- , ' I.HnCnTcrM, Corn Midler, Collnrw, 6 o o a HI a a a a Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brluley Combined Plowi, Wooden aad Cait Pampi, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tip Roof- Ingand Giutering will have prompt attention I UJ Bnl-mu,- mt ..., 4l i w H rj- mo t " tlllfMt lllri, is t 0 500 PAIRS HI ; MojI - 3 (1 JO 4 0 VI Ladies', Misses and Ohildron Fine and dium Grade 0 These aro Ero.sk Fall Goods and Parties" SCHOOL SHOES!" Should Govern Thoinsolvos Accordingly. Wanting BRUCE, WARREN M & CO. ft. a BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR FALL CD SEEDING! V3 a? td CO O (72 S WrZ O CD And be sure you examine, "before purchasing, our line of Seeding Im- Lancaster adtkutiskxeht. "fire-eaters- HDKOBON DENTIST, LANCASTER, KY. OBlce over Cltluns Nations! Bank. Office boun from 8 to 12 A. M. and fruia 1 to 5 r. M. B. . WALTEIt. pall-bear- KY. Will pracUcs In OirtsrJ an J adjoining counties ana Court of Appeals. UMjr ATTOHNEY LANCABTEB, BAM M. DUBDETT, A-- t XiA-A- II. C. KAUFFMAN, LANCASTER KY. Muter Commissioner Osrranl Circuit Court. Will prattles in all tba Courts of (larranl and adjoining counties and la tbs Court of Appeals. ATXOIINEV A-- t ICAAV, Iiandretli's short-coming- s wrong-doing- si Craiden laeds In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of terror-stricke- one-ha- lf FU1ITIE Ih LHHetiHter Ht Ike The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, GCP The Trump Grain Drill with Spring Seat, E 2 WCD The Buckeye Spring Shoe o Grain Drill, h eta " The Star Grain O P gCD P3 Drill, 2 P P us The Albion Spring Sulky b Harrow and Broad P P cast Seeder, Sai o P 3 ti Spring ft rK' d LsP pj The Kalamazoo u.Ut tT H P.PP MCD P Tooth Sulky Harrow O $ and Broadcast Seeder, PPp P.P The Moline Sulkey Plow, fcr el pr The Cassedy Sulky h1' Plow. PScrq Cl,- rr fci,c? U PSB'mH P This line of Implements cannot te exr celled. P CD CD o plements, as follows: V2 M - T ii , CD v s-&hs- CD One-hors- e. CD 23 C"" r- - '. P-- - t CO CD e s- r- CD CD -. -- 3 CD CD CO CD t3-- 3. CO CD CO CD W f e" 5s CD CO CO CD cd --j Cf" swsw CD rr- . jawaal al aV 'J S3 . MS CD fcH P'crs P B St.1" CD CD 4 Cf" Cf" CD M 'ENTERPRISE GROCERY," LANCASTER, KY. I UJK hi O UpJ CO one-hal- GEO.D.BUIIDETT&CO., rroprlstus. r4oti TV p hi H OQ P H?. o of Fish Brothers Wagons, "Web- ster. Wagons and, Columbus Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. Also remember we make a Specialty ; i. T GEO. D. WEAKEN. wtmmmAmmmtmmm &mr-$8ctkl ! 3wltri&r$ . , wral .. ,i The cart Hed Lyini, Sunday. ROT the and cheapet-- a fiw keM for J. I'tew-- Hrt V. ,i i STA.33-yOT3- TtMtvtky 3C3T. M9rniftg,8ptMfilerl8, 1883 LOCAL 6(e Chilled heat Wanted Potatoes and T. K. Walten. of aaMaaMawHBMiibaM liana. T.K. Butter, Keg, Cabbage, Sweet Walton. I.AH. Etpreaatratn" TIME CAHB. , Mall train going North .-- ,.. ii (omhj.,,,.,,,,,., . " Hotl. Koih.-- -. ... .tMr.n. ... IMa,, S A. . M r. st. A New Inrolce of Queensware and Gfasswarsjutt recelred at Bright A Car- clothLAminrr stock of ing ever opened InHlanfonl can baleen at D. Klsss'. ready-made ar. ran'. The -- , LOCAL NOTICES. Mm I'Aik- i- of Penny A MeAHsta. Bcnoot. Nooks. t McRolntta ami Staaurs. Nice ilook of birthday canls at Penny A McAllslsrV Colt's Double) Brnfchilntillng at A HUkk'. Standard read mixed paints at A rrtarg's. Jos. Haai IIok Cholera Cure. IVany A MeAtrttcr sols agents. Wr. can sell Ton a irwi My whert (row J S t to $75. MoKoWftAW. Bran lint w stock jbt every thins; I (lit Jawslry Hn.atlViHiyAMoAlrster'A. Watcmw, Clocks and Jewelrr repaired and warranted by Penny A McAKater. KoHSMifrts.rJoftts, Ac, nasi Compound Hyrup Whhe rbie. Vat up In 25c and Wo bottles." Trial die 10c. Mclloberts A rt Cam. Now at D. KUm and get such yon nerer got Itefore lntany town or city, bsrgainsH Ciirur.-- D. KUm will sell good csllco at 3 ct. er yard; good, heary cotton at Acts, per yard. flerr plaid cotton at 8c per yard and good bleached cotton, yanl yard at D. Hla'. wide, at 6o per Now Is the time to buy your f.ll and winter goods white D. Kltta ha a full line of erery thing you want. Lunatic Mrs. Mary B. Glairof the Waynesburg neighborhood, has been de clared a lunatic and ordered to the asylum at Lexington. Lorr. Four mule colls betaeen Crab IkliCWii Mmt. K. 1. OwatKV return-e- Orchard and Hiuton-lll- e. Buppoaed. to from CrneiMiall Friday. hare gone back home. Will pay for their Mrs. Wi LI. Cram went to Loultvllla return. Bennett Cloyd. i .i. . yesterday to Join her husband, It has msde sereral Ineffectual attempts Mr. W. H, UiaoiKS left fur Loutsvlii. to rain tlnce Sunday, but It is mighty spt vestenlay to repltnWi his stock. Dr. V. II. rr.Nr ta practicing hie to come this equinoctial week. A good rain fell at Dtnvllle yesterday. profession In Ltttrtv thle week. Mis Hr.t.LE Ciikuui.t, of Loult-TitlWr are now in telepbonln comraunlcs-lio- n I vltltlnjr MIm I'anlhea McKlnney. with Danville. The Instrument JUIXIK J. M. 1'lllLttM AND WirK baT were put up In 01 teller's Hotel yetlerdsy returmd from a week's visit to Louisville. and talking at once commenced. called to MtwiMAMtK,IlrAZLKy IouJftlle aRsIn Ttter).'iy to se her alck II. C, Hui'LEY it now te receiving hla fall slid winter good and the public to mother. of his stock, confident of hi of Hsrrodsburrr, an Mb W.T. Cuhry, suits wss up to tea lit friend, Itrlht and Cur- - ability to plet-- a all desiring to order. , rin.Bunday. Hhelton, of Tex a, ia Ma. Fii paaaenger train ret fire The bis old hauuls In the Providence to the dividing fence between the Craig nelKhborbooil. heir and IL Ji Dant, near town, 6aturday MfW EnMA HAirT.'of Camden, Mtes.i and bamed about a hundred panels. The grass field was also burned over. the guest of her couiln, T. D. lait week. A Few day sgo Mr. J, II. Alcorn wss MtMraOnAcie NVabnbh and IraSml-leseriouily burned In the ftce while "blowbnve returned from a visit to friend In ing o(l" hit engine. At first It waa thought 0 ward county. that bo would lose the sight of at least one Miss Moi.lik E. llr.AXt.KT hat returneye, but neither is permanently hurt. ed home after a lengthy visit In Fayette brtagtag with her fire premiums on A CHARGE ha been made In the head lace and darn net, Ac of the machinery department! at Stanford Quite a number took the train lor the Junction. Mr. A. J. Seaman has been Loulatllle Exposition yesterday, among trantfrrred to Louli-lll- e and Mr. C. T. them, Iteuben William, and wife, Q. It. Hooter has been appointed in bis stead. Jonett, E. M. Erie aad others. It was reported at Danville yesterday Ml LUC lliJND, of Blraabnrf, the accomplished teacher of French that MlMSoottie Itobineon bad eloped with attha college, arrived yeaterday having Mr, II. Itobinson, of St. Joe, Mo., and that they were to be married in, Louisville last been delayed a week by ahlpwreck, Pnor. AbmkrHoukm and four of hie night. Mis Bcottie is the handsome aeholara, Harvey Helm, George Dunn, Jaa. daughter of Mr. Jas. Itobinson, of this Held aad James Uaugbman, went to the county. Great Bouthern Exposition Saturday. In jumping from a fence a few daya ago Mr, M.E. Dawson and famllyjwlll Charley, little son of & P. Metcalfr.ttuck a for Ah Orove, Mo., stick shout four Inches into hit knee- - Dr, leave where, if all tillage are favorable they will T. B, Lewis wss called and after adminise tering an antithetic succeeded after ranch locale,-- They are good clliteaa and we trouble in drawing it out, and thinka he ttbavs them leave us. gradaate will be able to prevent a slIQ elnt. MlpB Jterru E. Pamom, j of the itajtfofd Female College aad a very1 Notice. All of the account and notes aad intelligent young lady, acoompMiheJ of Cheaault, Severance A Co. have been ashaa aeeefttti the peeltlon of prfnef pal of signed to Mr. E. II. Chensult and plsced ihiEaat Cedar Hill Academy, near in my hands for collection. Parties knowJeflferaon county, Ky., and will ing themselves indebted to said Qrm will leara for there the latter part of IhU week. ofWe' congratulate the patrona of the ecbool save costs and trouble by calling at my fice apd settling at once. M Peyton. . oa aecurlng her aerricee, confident that the Cou Hall Anderson, of the Lancaster Will glre entire ratiafacttea. office, is a Postmaster after our own heart. ! LOCAL MATTERS. By the miserable running of the train, his J Timothy Bred at T. K, Walton'. people would have been denied their Saturday's mail altogether but for his klndnest in coming over here far it in his buggy Fu&iK Uaer'a bread alwaya on hand a The Lancastarlans certainly ought to ap-- , predate such a P. M. B.H.Myera'. Bawiains la harness are being onered by The mall agent on the roads coutinue T.B. Walton. to put off the 8unday' mail here, but aa bottom figure, the P. M. haa received no specific instruct-ion- a Bio line of hame-ii- , V to open it, it remain at the depot till HfgWTA'Cuwan. 4' next day, and yeaterday it was not served of Queentware jul recef?' ' Nice, new lot to the public till after 0 o'clock. If Mr. ed by T. K. Walton. Alford desires to accommodate the public, Wis want to sell 18,000 aawed ahinglea. with but little Inconvenience to himself, he could open the Sundays' mail and get Jlrueji Warren A Co. of it all in an hour' time. I Third lot of Jersey, amorled color, jusl rid etelTed at J W. Ilaydea'a. There are rumors that the German and d ...... e. iu In-i- firet-cla- south-boun- -- u New-lan- d, y At the case now itanJs the Louisville but one Unitarian Church bi The ttsndlflg Jury J, J.L. finite, Jo FalThere Kentucky. It Is In LouUvIlle and has but coner, W. 11. Moore, W. II. BaBford, W. delefatlon I believed to be pretty evenly tn the tarsnth wsesk of lit S'tntful life Ih Qrsat Sratharn Ktpoittlas, al tMlitllls, ty. prwsnU W. Henderson, J. B. Chlm, L. 8. Hankla. divided between Carllslo and Williams. GO member. Jai. H. Btughman, Wm. Katnes, Thomas This week will bt a red letter season for mors atlractloaa thn trer.lhs throng of slht tears frota stl orer tha country Alia Its vail dlmtntloaf LAlJisleefWMi'cROP. Hubble, Win. Calvert, J. A. Whltehouse, Loutaville, The Fair commence Tuesday, and ling era with wiapt slleollon ortr Ihte or that st hlblt, or enjoys thtcnialil e ramie by ths moit Irish Potatoes wanted by T, K. Wal W. W. Webb, Tilford Pardam, W. Gibson, the 18th and latt all the week; the State famous band In America, Ollmort't, of Nsw York while ths Immenis foonlalm, with thlr lowetln Wm, Calvert, Geo. Mhon, M.M.Peters, Educational Convention begin the 10th; pray of limped waters, render eool anlrefrwhlni thsatmoaphers around. Very naturally aueh a ton. Trees are dying In Henry county, Ky., W. H. Brule, A. May, Geo. Vermillion, the Knight of Pythias, from nit ovet the crowd people, representing srery nationality, "queer fellow" la aomatlniM aeen. ftneti an Indlrld-uel E. II, Meyer, J, B. Moore, Geo. Waters, J, country, congregate on the 10th and comfrom the drouth, waaobMtredtheethtrday, aUnllnglafroalof thedliptsyof luUllle'griUil Merchant Tall Pendle"-- B. Harmean. The visiting attorneys pres Two thousand pete for drill prites. A. T, Nunnelley boughtof 11. ent were Hon. Jno. F. Philllpi, Jefferson, Knight wilt prnbabty appear In their on ami Clothing product", J. Winter A Ca. tall, lean, lank) hi asedy eoit botlsnal np to the cbln ton a mule colt for $75. W, T. Baughnun bought a yoke of ox' county, Mo; Msrs, Ja. A. Anderson and brilliant uniforms and regalia. Their gapttern;aola lialwbh nil wnlbcrod many a storm In8. M. Burdett, Lancaster; Breck Jones, St. la season lasts all week. President Tayen for $01 at Danville yesterdsy. tently "lakleg la" Ihshantmms garments dliplayej Woes him Hullinty striking drantatje attiSeptember whtat Is down to 0.1 and Louis and J. It. Figg, Perryvllle. Forty lor' monument is unveiled and dedicated he broke lorlh In s volcj hoiky with emtlon October to 051 In Chlctgn. Corn is also misdemeanor case were on the docket for to "Old Hough and Heady'" memory on tude, To be, or not lobe, that la the nutation: the-- 20th. The 20lh Is "Kentncky Day" the first day. lower. '. Whether 'tie nobler tn ths mlsd to suffer at the Exposition and altogether the big B. G. Pennington sold to B. Terhnne Paint Lid. Ths ellnge and arrowa of belter drcewd people, pot will be put In the little one. at Dtnvllle vetterday ISO sheen at $2 70 Captain T, K. Hsckley had a fine .if Or to take arms agaleat le ot tra nblea. Next Thursdsy, Sept, 20th, the Exposiper head. cow to die a few daya ago. ' And by wearing better clothes end them? The farm of John I, Rogers conbsklng Our farmer are busy cutting their to tion management give the Kentucky edit Witter1 A Co, ors a grand, glorious reception. The edit waa not long after this that he waa laths handtofonsol of J. It 83 acres was put up at Danville yesterday bacco. They say the crop will not be aa ors will be passed over the railrotda free, stthtl, eaUbllihmtnt.on ths corner ofThlrd end Market 8treeta; hie neartit friend wouidicarrely aad withdrawn at $07. heavy a it wss last year. -E- ight large work mules and ten fine Mr. J. Wde Walker had his buggy free Into the Exposition, free to a royal hate known him again, ths Irani'ormillon In hta partial! appuranct wn to great ha looked' like milk cows for sale. Apply to or addresa completely demolished a few night ago banquet, In fact a free for all. There will be Vlallora to the Eapoaltlon, who feel like our friend sbove, ahould giant do llkewlas. It no"per.t-nUtlca" about it, but the city 8. Owens, Huttonvllle, Ky. while on his way from church. will be thrown open to them and they can you cannot btfltled or eulled at home, which la very often ths caw, wall till you come to LouitTllle. bought in Bour New Orleans buyers There waa a good dealofcorn oil afloat , bon last week CO unbroke mules at $130 to Saturday evening and one gentleman had wear the Exposition as a big The Ant thing which you do when you corns to town, lata loctto youreslf, aay for Imlanco al the $1331 per head and 1 piir of fine broke hla cranium considerably redened from the There will be nothing little about it, save, New Alexander Hotel, If you hate nol got an uncle, oracoualn, or an aunt, or other relatlre living at perchance, a "little mutes for $500. effects. snd the second thing yon do, strike s here, go to lb shore, or somt other hotel or bosrdlnj-houa-F- ifteen fine yearling colls and fillies O. M. Norrls will Ictd to the altar on the latter eccd. J. Vflnter A Go's., corner of Third and Market Streeta.anl rig youraelfout In a ault o were shipped from Lexington Saturday by next Thursday Miss Faille, the beautiful 5E1V ADTKBTISKHF..1TR.. clolbes, or clean BhlrU, Underwear, Socks, etc. You will And In tlielr Innueaae collection something the Dwyer Bros , of New York, for which and attractive daughter of Mr. J. L. Arthey paid, in the aggregate, $20,375. nold, near Lancaster. to ault, no matter what your Uste or alas may be, whether UUiputlan or Falilafflan. You will be At the sale of Mm. Stusrt, near Ver W. K. Argo left Saturday morning for BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE aurprtaed tX the moderation la prices sod thank yourluckystara that yon read thtt chapter through. sailles, twenty trotting hoises sold, half Danville to enter upon his duties as teach Will again apeak to you In ths next Issue of thla paper. IN STANF0ED, E7. being standard bred, at from $140 to $775 er In Deaf snd Dumb Institute. MIm Baieach. The farm, 125 ncres sold at $80.80 lie Pearl, one of London' little beauties, I otIVr for mI nrlratrlr my hntiw and lot on HON. A. . TAIallOTT, per ncrc. is visiting Misses Pattle Adams and Lula Sonienet atreet which I (occupied by J. M. Salles. A careful farmer In Woodford, pub Cynthl- - I'omeMlsn loj gltcn Jan. I, I SSI. Terrui reasonOl Boyle, la a candidate for Bpeaker ol the neat Pullins. Mr. C.S. Campbell, of a liouaeoi ftrpnw maiiTra. For parllcolara writs lishes estimate in the Clipper, which show ana, sunt the day with us Sunday. Mr. able. rail oa Bobt. 8. Ljtlf, la ins at Harper, HUntord, Kr. or UsTln lalten charge ol this famous waterla place for be coming seaaon, I am now . AMIF.UHOS, IT. that it cost $7 8 1 per acre to raise wheat; John Parks and family have returned from 181 lo dee. Harper, Ksnraa. ! $7.15 to raise corn am) $1 1 to raiie pota Harriionviile, Mo., where they have been Prepared to Receive Guests. toes. Does the latter crop pay at 25 cents on a visit. Mr. Parks la much pleased Adjoining the town of nralfordtTllle, Marlon Stockiyicn.l-Totic- c per bushel? country. Mr. Will Warren, who cenulnlg 110 Acre ol well with the count y, Ky I hare a corps o trained servants and will be able dwslllng and all necland; rood to furnish A good attendance, made up in part has been ipjite sick for some time, we nre We want a flrit-lHulr, lions or Mare, to essary outbuildings; good well, orchard and plenhouse. SMtlHfacIory the first gild to see is able to be on the stieet again. work In our Minn, Mint lie UJf lo IS haoda ty of ahrubbery; large yard around ths by prominent people, witnessed AcceniHii.i'.ail'OHs hljlil strong and compactly bolltsnd wrll propor- AltoI22VAcresorilniber Un.l.JJ miles from day's races on the Latent Course. In the tioned; aliout 0 yea's old, well broko and free from Farm, which I will sell very cheap. Call or, or To all persons In purault of health of pKt-uMT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. all bltmlah. Kor such a Mule we will pay liber- address It. VOOr,, The ruedlclnal qualities of these wslers are too fourth race Mtjsr Hughes swerved Into the UradfordaTllle, Ky. well known to the people of Central .Ken totky to 169.tr al price, cnlb, snd want It Itumedlalf ly, Idanagtd.bfJohn B. fish. need a description of their fence In front of the grand stsnd and the A I. f O., A I.TA JtO. properties. fit liernattdt, Ky. The rates of board will be reawnable. For further Cast Willis Jones has opened a family gro- - 180-- t jockey, "Coaly" Stone, had one of his legs Information, srply to me st Irslne. Ky. S. M. X'JZACOCK. ctry store and a silversmith ahop at this broken. Danville Court. About an avenge place in the "Ited Front" house. I will teach a dsy echool;for."lrIa;in the Springs buliutog in irsu urensru, A rumor reached here last week that a crowd was In attendance yesterday, and We will now pay ipeclal attention to business of all kind seemed to be lively. fight had occurred at Boone's Gap between BcKlHuliifr,JIoiHlHy,Oct.;i, I8S3, GI113VIT.IV3." CapU H. T. Buih reports about 250 head of Frank Taylor and another man in which srOHSTOM AndcontloulngS months. I wlll.be ault led by In two competert teachera. one cattle on the market, from common to fair both were shot through the breast and are We promise to girs aatlifactloo, and when desired mualc. For further particulars, an Instructor terms, Ac, apply will ftse l'ateut Flour for Wheat. Can make to riutlliy; bent selling at $4 to $4 45 per expected to die, UttKCK. JtlSS l'A UL1SEsurer ureea, y, in eltber bolted or unboiled meal. ll-- t The last abutment has been put down hundred and $2 to $3 for common and MeAI.INTKR ANAIXEE. E. H. BURNSIDE, scrubs. A good many aged mutes, rough for brldgea on the K. C. R. K. Some of selling at $75 to $100 per head. Medium those which were completed will have to Blue-Gra- ss This Old Woll - Known mule colts from $ 15 to $C0. A good mtny be raised oa account of the grade, which Hotol Maintains sales of sheep at good prices. abutments were fiin- was raised after the private At Public Sale. I al i , shirt-stud- OHAFTESR S TTTX. ESTILL SPRINGS Kio-sa- 1 Farm For Sale two-sto- rc. r TO THEPUBLIC School for Girls! W MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and Still its Mign Reputation, AND Propr Reward. ! A Fine Farm 2, 1883, td lahed. LINCOLN C0VNTT. Crab Orchard. Only a few guests now remain at the Qer-man- y, Springs. The protracted meeting at Preachers-vill- e closed last Thursdsy with a number of additions. Matrimonial prospects have an upward tendency, In and around here. We will speak of them more at length by and by. tits-lik- Feth-erttll- e, j A Nice line of Fall Millinery now open- - Swiss Ing at MO. 1 Mr. Kate Dudderar's. Ull, and ItEMEMBEU the date of tale of the etUt of Jaekaen QUant: 28th lint. Advertite-men- t eltewhere. Dead. Ma. Mike Herbert reeeited a telegram yetferday informing her of the death of her hutband in MtaIaIppl. N. waa loaded to the guardt yetlerday with Northern Methodist preach-ereturning fre Cnferwoe at lltrbour- - The L. A . i-- ,:-- ; you want a coohisg ttore don't fall to tee the "New Columbian." Ererybody buys., them. ?o aale only by Bright A " Cnrran, HAY I'rtBus, Dedrlek ateam lower and engine for aale. Will sell both together or aeparately; will giro purchaser beetSt-o- f say hay trade. Price and terms reasenable. 'Geo. D. WeercB. I LEAVa) for the citlea on the 24lh to lay wVtw6 my fall stock of millinery and would esMARRIAGES. teem it a faror If all who are Indebted to Mr.. Joslah H. Cabnbell and Misa El- and settle. . me would call before that time t ten Sherroa were married at Mr. John Mias Belle Hughet. Sherron'a a few da-- a since. The store of Crawford A Co., at Boner Mr. Duncan Keana Fsrrts obtained li set, Was broken open Friday night aad rob- cense yesterday to marry Mis Battle, ssTerat hundred dollars worth of daughter of Judge Arch Uartpa, at craD bed of Oae of the tble-- at was caught Urcfcara. TtliiaMwi. and yesterday our marshal was looking REueieus. around for suspicious characters to arrest, baring been notified to tlo so by the SomRev. Wm. Crew filled the pulpit at erset authorities-the Presbyterian church Sunday for the Attention, HontewI McKobwte A paster, who Is holding a meeting la MadiStagg bare ust recelred the largest and son county. Bro. Bhaekleford and I closed a nine mast eemplete ttecW cf breech and Hustle , dt;s meeting at Kick Hill, Casey county, Klfles, Qame-btge- , 'leading Pewder-Hasks- , New YekDfp with sir additions. We had the largest and OhIM She and Instruments fer .load- crowds we ever bad at that place aad thv g gwu and best, of. efder. I am preaebtog for six ing aad Mawwn Ovtwm. churehee thU year, wIH sell tbew at bottow prless. I well-laid f. . olonle In this county are to be largely augmented and while they are likely true to a considerable extent, there Is aa yet no definite information on the subject. Messrs. Frsncis ,A Miller, who are negotiating the biiiines, tell us that II sstitfactory arrangements can be effected with a number of families will come and that they will keep ua advit. ed in the metier. Church Desecration. A couple of boys shout 10 years of age, Logan Williams and Wm. McKenxie. were before Judge Brown last week oa the infamous charge of shooting through the communion table at Givena' Church, upturning the seats and writing objeeae sentences on the walls and pulpit. They con fe. ted and were let off with a severe lecture and a fine each' of $5. It la a pity though that such dsvllment could not have been punished br the lash. A hundred lathes on the naked back would have been light punishment for to low and so dirty an a Last Saturday the proprietors of the Crab Orchard Springs gave a dining to the Crab Orchard Sslts Manufacturers. About eighty persons were present Prof. Bice .opened at the High School Yesterday. The public school honte is almost completed and will soon be ready for us. A teacher has not yet been selected. Mrs. Bettie Buchsnan is teaching a subscription school at her homo. The supper and hop given at the High School building last Thursdsy night was well attended and was quite a success. $60 was the amount cleared, This is to bo used in paying for the house. On Saturday night at the same plsce, the young gentlemen of C. O. gave an impromptu h&p. There were just enough present to make it pleasant. Personal. Mrs. T. G. Moore is vis iting relatives in Louitville. Mis Pauline B. Hardin hat gone to Brodhead to spend several daya. Mis Maggie Ad ins, of Mt, Verion, was the guest of Miss MolleTelrm Jut week. They went to Paint Lick and spent a few days with friends there and returned Sunday, accompanied by Messrs. Nathan Shumate and Samuel Warnscut. Mr. Geo. James snd Mir Louaaa spent Sunday in our midst. Mis Bailie Green is mingling with friends and relatives here. Mis Belle Baker, of Lebanon, Is a guest at the Harris Home. The handtome counte nance of Mr. Will Higgins was seen on our streets several days last week. Mr. Sam Hlggins spent Saturday and Sunday with the bid folks at home. Little Ella May Saunders has gone to Danville to attend Bell Seminary. Mr. and Mrs, Joe CoQey Miss Lura aro visiting In Danville. Doores has returned from a lengthy visit to friends in Bryantsville. BOtLE A much-needed Ilobt, Cornilson and Mias Martha Moody were married Saturday by Elder M. It. Moore in the store house of F. L. Thompson. They were supposed to have y couple from Madison been a county Itobt. Brooks and George Hannon got into a little difficulty at the depot last Friday. Brooks got his thumb bit very badly and Hannon had his eyes gouged considerably and face otherwise bruised up. Beyond this no damage was done. Miss Mattie Williams has returned lo Louitville. Lt. John Scott and wife are visiting relatives in this place. G. B. Brooks Is in Paris. Stephen Whitehead Is in WlHismsburg. CapL F. E. Ilantdall will go to Silver Creek in a few days. Smith Adams, of the Glade precinct, has sold his farm to a man by the name of Leslie, of Pendleton county, for $1,000. Mr. Adams will move to Texas this fall. G. O. It. McCall has sold his farm preparatory to moving to Texas. Mr, McCall is one ol our best citizens and we are sorry to see him leave, B. II. Conn, who has been staying with J. L. Whitehead at this place has accepted a position as salesman In the store of the Altamont Coal Co. at Altamonl, Ky. Jas. Douglass, who had been foreman of the section at this place about tljree months ha been assigned to the yard switches at Richmond Junction. This wilt occupy his time for about two months; he will then return to this section. A young man who has been in the habit of coming to town and getting drunk came in Saturday and after drinking his usual quantity of whisky went to the train lit the evening and staggered up to and sgalnat a ptsienger and remarked that he would knock some body down with a rock if they didn't get out of hit way. This was no sooner said than the man, who happened lo be a fighting man, knocked him This sobered the down with his fist. young man and he got up and walked off without saying a word, He has said noth ing about knocking auybody down since. run-awa- I Will lay Wbi. 179-- tf $25 Each For the srrest and dellrery to me of ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER hundred acres of this lsnd la strictly No. 1 and the residue Is good grating altogether It lea very excellent atock farm. Tnerela on the place an orchard of about 100 young apple treea In full bearing same time and on the DANVILIaE, - - KENTUCKY. of select fruit. At theallmy pciaonal property,premconises will be alto fold Steers, 2 Milk Cows, 3 Dry sisting of 8 Clemens House; office opp, Central Cows and other young Cattle, CO welt bred Ewes.2 Ilesldeoce, WagKt Hank, gueelal attention to dlaeaaes of women good1 workllorses, 10 ahead of llogs, 1 and FarmMowing Machine on, Jersey Wsgon, les-s-m and children for the past eighteen years, ing Implements generally. Also 23 Acres of Corn In the field and a lot or Hay In atacka. Terms made known on day of sale. d2-l- d A USA A' ,1 . MKXEFKK. IIt. Ixh ?PP.TletZr ia Determined that Ditunrgan and James Rainwater. al Je, altuated about t miles from nlsnford, it Snail be Second to bo Country coln county, lmmcdlstely on the turnpike road Hotel in the State in its Fare, toBomerset.cootalnlng 17S Acre. t. n. xr.irr,Axn, County. from Stanford comloruble and convenient dwelling Appointments, or AttenJailer Lincoln It hss on lt with six rooms, a kitchen, good barn and til nection to Comfort of essary outbuildings. It Is exceptionally well watheir Onest. tered, there being 8 nerer falling springs. Une T. DC. I reI will sell at public outcry the farm tn which Lin- SMITM, lIoniGoopntliic Physician, "sscsge will bs conveyed to sad from the depot free of charge. Special accommodations to Commercial Tratelert. The Bar will beto slwaya tnpplied with tke cholcett bra4aofLIioraaad Cigar. JOS. NEVEKANCE, Lateof Cbeniiult,STeranc wnu Co., SUnlord, Ky., S J. M. ROBINSON IH Vliyti CO.. dc, Sale of Fine Lands FRANCIS HOTEL. ST. H Aa Administrators with will annexed of Jackaon Olrent. deceased, we will on 13. COTJ 3M 1HH3, at hla late realdeuce In Lincoln Co., Ky. aell hla eutlre estate, real and personal, conalatlng of two tracts of lsnd. One of Church adjoining the 10 .AC'KES near U Irene1Logan brothers, George land of Albert Smith, the Englenian and Wm. McAfee; said land Is rich. He Having had thla Hotel well, Is well fenced, well watered and In a high stsle of cultivation. The other, the home tract, containing 310 The undersigned liavlDg.lieeii appointed F. 8. Kauffman, deed., la tCifK.V, situate on both aldea of the Lincoln From basement to garret, auu I IMl.U. U 1UIIC. IIUIU nnvMiilvtAMiilaunumt. All persona having lUU DUJl. ana junction uues, uss miles claltua axalnat rsld estate will preacnl them, prop- and agood irom sneior frame dwelling ot aercn .nbaUutltl to the estate will on it erly Tended. Tnoae Indebted and rooms, good barn, granary, carriage-bous- e please come forward and settle at once. other neceaaarv buildings also a good orchard. And leave nothing There la for private sals a slock ol undone that will add to the This tract Is sll austeptible of cultivation and Is ralalng of &o., &o. finelyIs adapted to the larra. basoncorn, 4 wheat Ac,Saddlos, MY and also aicraaln lt never.fallIng springs, la well tenced and will make a detlra- The Saddles being the "celebrated Jemlaon mske." we uome tor persona aeexiug one. These goods will be sold for less than coat and on easy terms. The aaddlo and harness ahop occu PERSONALTY. pied uT o. lw.ouuinau prior id nis u vu .. ww Are offered tor aale. IIOBIASOS, Adiur., The personalty consists of S cows, 1 yoks oxen, 1 T. aJ 118-8- 1 JalMiuuf Use, heifers, 1 buggy horse, 3 brood To patronise me, as bull, 2 yearling I hsve every conrenlence.such s, maree, S head ol yearling mules, 4 large ...vmumv..Mm..wmo, uo., iur aoeiruse. -V41 head of hogs and about 90 ahoats; also 1 buggy, aereral shares In tho D. .t II. T. F. Transferred from wsgon, 1 Koal. farming utensils, Depot free of charge, 2 harrows 1 wheat drill, t Otborne-eaperOlveiuoacalL W.H. VRAMCIH. Ac. 40'acrea ot wrn In shock. Trrina liberal -- sd will be made known on day ot aale Importer snd Jobbers ot Dry Goods, Notions, 637, 133, Stl Main Street, Cor. Sixth, ICY. SEl'T. FORMERLY NOTICE! Harnosa, Bridles, STASnFjOK, ASAPH, - - KY. Kofiirnlslicd and Ileilttcd I lutcnd te Keep It itta Strictly FlraMJlRM Marnier, COMFORT OF i i. su,l,v GUESTS. t. J. Coiuiiiercfal Travelers SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS to and AIaUABLE- Garrard Co. Lands FOR SALE. Baggage the Letter from Louisville. Otrwpoidenw luitrlor JvurnaL LouiaviLLK, Sept. 17. The coming Sen atorial contest is assuming shape and at trading more or less attention throughout the State. Williams and Blackburn than whom two more positive or aggressive politicians do not live In the Common wealthare in the field wtlh vlsora uown It Is said their difficulty at Wsshlngton waa never settled but simply drawn. If that be true the black flag will be run up. Carlisle Is pursuing a passive policy but it thought that he will have plenty of sup port If he concludes to unfurl his flag. It was believed by some luat Ulackburn'a withdrawal from the Speakership race meant an understanding between him and Carlisle, but this la denied by the friends of both and not believed by those who claim to know the true inwardness of the situation. But when these diitingulthed statesmen alt down at night to cipher put the sum total of a majority of a democrat ic caucus of the next General Assembly, a factor aa disturbing a Dan quo' ghost Is said to stalk In aad upset the calculation. Ha come as yet in a questionable shape, but afsume the outline of a chivalrous son of Christian county Jams A, McKenxie. I do not believe that he is a candidate in any tense of the word, but if be should beard, in the ihaka hit long, Scotch-rethick of the battle there would be a stirring of the dry bone from Hopklnsville to Hickman. He ta a bora orator aad a truer aad braver heart never beat beneath a chieftain's corselet. As I said 'before, I do not believe he will be a candidate, but If be does "come hi" aa Idiom of the green cloth you want to be keeping your eye on "Quiaiae Jim," d COUNTT. Danrille. k Shot-guns- f, Urseefc-loadtn- rain fell Suuday night with cloudy skies at the time this report closed, A number of the friends of Mbu Ntn- nie Herron and Miss Lixxie Payne were entertained by Mrs. G. W. Welsh on Friday night. Mr. T. J. Hudson, died Thursday morning. II had an attack of 11 us sever al weeks sgo, but had so far recovered that he thought himself able to visit the Lex ington Fair. While there, or Immediately on his return, be suffered a relapse and had been growiog worse ever since. Mr. Boo Owens waa in town Thursday aad Friday. Hon, M. J. Durham waa in Cincinnati Friday and Saturday. Mr, II. O. Tilford, of Tipton, Mo.; was in town Monday. Tip Bruce left oa Saturday morning for Louitville with Danville Wilkt. a fine biy stallion by Geo. Wilts, Jr Wllks It to trot twice In the Falla City this week and la expected to distinguish himself. Circuit Coart began Monday morning with Judge M . II. Owsley and Common wealth's Attorney Warren at their pott. Ills Honor requested Mr. Warren to charge the wand jury, which be did In hi usual clear and comprehensive maaBr. The folkwiag gentlemen com pose the grand juryt W. D. Irvls, ferewaa, Harvey Hay, W. L Moere, Wm. Marshall, Joha M. CrZwford, Elijah Arctrtreag, Heary Pope, G. K. DiAls, (Iso, 8. Brown. A. O, Kainey, P. D. HuAsing, Geo. Crane, N. I, Butter, G. P. Tuwer, W. O, Good, Wm. Mltobell. I offer at private aalo my farm of about 300 acrea.n, In tlarrard, about one mile below Camp Dick with large cottage houso of eight rooms, In number one repair, all necessary outbuildings, snd the land fertile and In a Aue atste of cultivation, nearly all being In grass. Oa the place is a dial of about luu buahels capacity. The turnpike from Danville to Lexington runs through this farm, and tho ths location Is very convenient. Alto 163 acrea, a part ot the D. M. Jones (arm, on the time pike, aJJolnlog the abore. The two places will be sold aa a whole, or divided to suit purchasers. The purchaser will also have the option to Also reltutbe dlttlllery, or II can be removed. propel a -amallfaiui adjoining the ly. with fair luiprovemenia. In the Intersection o the Dantllle and llutsa Vltta turnpikes, containing about Ii3 acres. A email tract of II acrea, adjoining landa of T, Dunn. Ala) a store bouse In the town of Dry tnturllle, a warehouse near the depot lo Ijncaaler. a burial lot In the Lancaster cemetery, Ac All the above property will be aold on very liberal terms. Kor lurther particular, call onoraddress aep. IS 171. Id a i:o it (3 e airESS, KENTUCKY CENTRAL B. B. j.s. aiVE.s, Amlnlatrators, BT 1MH THE MOST DESIRABLE HOUTK TO DANVILLE does, And decidedly the Popular Koute, affording, as tt leu changes and superior accommodations to Misionri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, PLANING MILL COMPANY. Manufacturers of tf n'M.JICItKKLK, Bryantatllle, Ky. The North, Horthweat and West. In fact, if you contemplate a trip In any direction, your Interest will be beat acr red by purchaaing vour tickets via ICCand Cluclnnall. lulluan ralace fart; Ue-gaNew Day Coaches, and handsomely furnished Kecllnlng Chair Cart toru the unequaled equipments of this Old tollable, thereby making a trip ot er thla Hue one ol luiurloua comfort and pleasure. J ry it. TIME TABLE. IN EFFECT JULY 29. BOUTU. 13. It. l'KOFEtS10!UI, SIX U. BUKDKTT. No.. S 00 No. 4. No. Lve. Covington- -" J. W. BSOWM ATTOllNEYS IJI-ly- nUIlDETT & DHOWW, A.T XjA.W. waiLaca at. Deerx, Sank, IIIIhiIk, H'lmlew Hud Deor FraiucH, Hcrell Bf eld-iHgB, Arr. Lve. " Cjnthlana. Falmouth farla. 'aria 1 r MT. VEBNON, KY, Arr. Lexington... Lve. . Arr. leajsillle Lve. l'arla. . . " Winchester ... Uti It t. w. vasmox. T. W. Ofllce In O ATTOIINEYH AT BTANKOttD, KY. wiley A A W.B. VAKNON, viano. AAV, Saw " MUleraburg. " CarUale,, " lUchniond.. ton's new building up stain. Werk,THrH lug JLatho Werk, a m S 40 p 18 y in am 11 19 a ui 1 11 ,. p m T II) p m 0 1ft p hi f 40 p m , 7 00 p rr SSO p m II 1) a m S 13 11 15 p ui j 10 101 111 a in 13 am 100pm .. lilpn ... a pu ., M. waves PBVTON, , . 14 Lancaster Arr. UlanlordJunc 140 p pu 8 a 10 40 pu pu OS pu S 30 10 13 pu I 1103 11 M pu pu pu pm stlit ,!, .al.. .U fl.ntl. Hill jolnluii couqUm and tti but perl or Court fttnl Court v Ol APpeSlS. 0l .1.1 .tWUHW.,11,1, Its Office oa Lancaster street. ...... a a. bTANKOKD, Wm as Vt KY, Noaru. Lve. Stanford June v.....v.. Fleering, CelllHg.WeHtk- crbeardiHg, l)ritwed Lumber, And olhsr Will practlceln ths Courts of Boy Is and adjoining counties sod la the Court of Appeals. AirroitNaav a.t uanvillk, ky., FI81X, ALEX. ANDEKBON. Lancaster ' Hkhuiood.. ' Winchester Arr. I'urls.- .Lve. " 4 43 5 10 SO No.l. am Ns.l. 7 8 Ua u 30 a u a.av, Air. 1'arll Lve. Lexington " " Carllale. MUleraburg Msittlll- e- J. B. AltornoyAtiiitw, And Matter Uommlatlonsr ttockcastl Circuit Court VEBNON, KY. Will practice In the Kockcaatle Courts, tions a specially, Ut&ce la Court-hous- e. MT Collec- Building Material Alto Peelers to IM H TJ Pure South aids 0os Myers Hotel..Mala Us K nevus II a A3 O IN DKNT1 HT, STANFORD. KV. UK. W. B.I 1'ENNY. LEE V. HUFFMAN. qHrtred. aHrset, two doors short Uxtlt til tdwlsvlsUied when re- - fHriuiiig Xmiuhcr! Call on us or write for prices Wt keep a Urge stock and will do our best to please you la prless snd quality ol uiatsrlsL pu -: ui 03 pu Cynihlan- ani Ksluiouth.... 10 Maw 433 p u 30 p iu 111 41 a ui Arr. Oevlogtoa No, 13 Lv, Lex. 1 00 a m, Arr. MsjttlUe UOO am No. M Lv. Maysrllle 10 a m, Arr. Lex. pu No. Vt Lv, Ui. S Jfl p ui, Arr. Majstllls I No. H Lv. MaystUU 1 VO p w, Arr. Lex. 4 00 p M No. I Lv. Cue. 3 :0 p ni. An. Falmouth 7 ) p u No, a Lv. Falmouth 15 a ui, Air. Cur. S 10 a u Not. a and 4 dally between lUchuond. Lexlsujtoa aad Covlnglonj sll ethers dally sxocpt 8uod, " fads. pu IHia IHm pin llUt in 1lupu pm S 13 S am a w t fill n n, 1 10 put 0 19 PU 10 a ui 1 tw u 1W 23 1 13 1 31 N, 137 Udpm a t Upu 04 ' 11 tin Ma a tNtit 8seial Rates to Emigraatfl. For tlcktU, relet and Information pcitalahag to Uttts, conaeclloat, Ac., rail ou r adiktwe W. I). McKOBKRTS, Aoxav, VMufotd, Ky. . L. S1MWN, O. W. ENDEB. Oea't Fsss. A F H. AJ4, IStifetlnteodsBL 11H!1U OeUce UtllUlMt, t low a. Mi end lloS ministered when neteeasry. from nttr BTAIU'ORD, KENTUCKY. Kobt.S. Lylle'a store. Cases hour r. u. Anttibellcsad itt-ly- UAMII.l.E i'Z,.I.V.VO MILL IJ.Jnii lew. r Dentil!, Ky. IjA&e . a- - - Jwnu-Hhtk- ll itltriirixnutl 3CY. 1V vumkstio r.cosoxr, Ktk,Motnh. pint mlHc rye-mea- l. Ono t, pint how, mm BTAK3TOT3. JTWWWjT fflWTaWPSJa, jffVptViWWv iB9w fHiVSttSKHH A XJHHTM.. There are few more piltaUe ofcfeeta of cedtempfoltefi tfan a reUgiotH billet. He mvw kMira aay tftfog cmttkle of Ms own efcalkw "Think 10." Hit MA4snl of iRterpretftOefl k tlte onlj correct Me, ami hk tlecitloa b m anil infallible m Ike bulk He denominates his of Leo XIII. coficliwioos ami ikfHMtic decmoM "oinJBe," ami it all tbo winlom ami karnisg of the age aro against cnongti to mko a thick batter. India Mtirma. Ono quart scalded milk ami pouml oh Indian weal, one salt. pint Hour, four rgg itml a Ktr McrriNS. Oao plat Hoar, oao yeast, pint ryo meal, two milk enough (o tnako a thick batter. Indian Murma. Oso quart scalded milk and poured on Indian moat, ono pint flonr, four egg, am) a little ealt A Nice Kisctjit. Ono jiintot scalded milk cooled, two quarts of sifted flour, ot Miortcning, one three teacupful of yeast nnd a little salt. Chicago Graham Murms. -- One pint lit-t-ltable-spoonf- him, he h oaIj the more pcra'utcnt. He h a perpetual bemter of hie own soundness, far no one eke ever ilitcov era it, ami be k eofltiauaiiy croaktBg about the fault ami progression and uneouBdness of others. If one expresses a sen times t in advance of his, he cries in alarm, Mtepesta ami agony, with hands raised In holy horror, "You are not one of as; get out!" He is continually on the "scent," swelling out heresy. And be finds any amount of it. He has no time to cultivate his own heart or to preach against sin or set forth the gospel; he is on the hunt for heresy, and will "give mouth" at no other "scent." He regard not the feeliDga of his heretical brother. He has, in this respect, none of the finer instincts ot a gentleman, or the love of a Christian. He is void of every desire or object but one, and that k to find a heretic. He discover heresy in a simple manner; everything that does not agree with his little idea of things is heresy. Truth, philosophy, history all, if contrary to his ipse dixit, are heresy. What ho believes k "sound," even if it contradicts knowledge and experience. Of all the sore afflictions cf the church the bigot & the worst The spirit of Satan can not manifest itself in a more hideous form. Bigotry crucified the Savior, and stoned Stephen, beheaded Paul, exiled John, and burnt Ridley and Latimer. The more bigotry the more boasting; the more soundness the less sense; the more grumbling the less goodness; tho moro fight the less faith. We need to make frequent and critical to remove all bigotry from our heart. We should for a moment, now and then, cease to denounce others, and look into ourselves. The spirit of bigotry is at once the worst in the world. It is domineering, egotistical, noisy, boastful, cruel and false. Wo frequently hear tho bigot in the pulpit, and read read his infallible utterances in our paper?. What shall wo do when they issue the bull of Wo shall pray for them, but never reply to them, or in any way take cognizance of them. We will, by precept and example, try to teach them the right way of the Lord, howsoever hopeless the undertaking may be. Dr. J. W. Cox, in Apostolic Times. it Qrnliam flonr, one-hateaspootifiil ol sugar, two tcaioonfula of baking powder ; wet with water to maVo it soft m lf ginger-brea- Hpri;ifikm Boda Biscuit. - One quart of flour, ono pint of milk, piece l butter sizo of hii rgi, ono teuqoonful l soda diaaolved iu milk, two tcnapoonful-creatart.tr sifted in iluur, with salt Mimk'8 and ono-hal- cup of sugnr, f One-halWiitTK McrriNR. one-hal- t cup if water, l onr cups of Hoar, tho whites ol of butter, three eggs, ono ; teaspoonfuls of ose and one-habftkoiu lnnffln-pauSrnt.voFiHLD Huwbill Snaps. Thret s cup fourths cupful ot lard, ful butter, ono cupful of sugar, ono pirn tablo-apoonflf baking-powdera. three-fourth- mo!assc8, ono tcaspoonfnl of soda, on ginger, ono spice, thon enough flour to roll soft and Tery thin in rings. Lkxon Cheese Cakes. Ono pound of loaf sugar pounded, two lomon grated, add tho juico strained, quart r of a pound of butter nnd two eggs; let it Dimmer on tho firo till it is as thick n honey; when cold put in a jar, tioiluwn with tmjier and it will keep a luonlli. Eao Boor. The yelks of two eggs, h pint of water; half an ounco or so ol butter, and sugar to taste; beat up to gethcr over a slow firo, adding tho water gradually. When it begins to boil, pour backward and forward between the jug till quito smooth and and eauce-pfrothy. To Keep Brez Moist. Keep a largo earthen jar a cover of tbo samo material ia better than a wooden one and have it well aired and fresh ; let tho bread bo well cooled after it is taken from the oven, and then place in the jar and cover closely. It will keep moist and fresh a long time. To Renew Gilt Fraues. A lady tells how to renow gilt frames that nr tarnished. She bids her readers to take sufficient flour or sulphur to give a golden lingo to ono and one-ha-lf pints ol water, and boil in it five onions ; strain, and when cool apply to tho parts which require restoring with a soft brush. She says it will como out good as new when table-spoonf- ul tablo-aimm-f- dry. I ' An or ti mate, which seems to have been made with considerable pains, says that the number of melons raised in Georgia this season was not far from 6.500,000. About 1,200.000 were eaten in Georgia, made into syrup, opened for the seed, or left on the vines. Threo acres of land produced two car loads. There are about 1,200 tub ujxck orvAscam. Scotch reels and country dm eg were melons in a car load. The cost of raiting a car load is not far from $14, and tho fashion in 1814 ; then cu jo the that of gathering and loadingll 815. quadrille in 1816, and then the waltz, tho pioneers whereof wero Lord The average net profit is about $45 Mme. do Liovcn and the to the car pad. The total profit on Princess Esterhazy. "Noovcnt,"wrot the Georgia crop this season was near- Itaikes, " ever produced 6o great a senly a quarter of a million dollars. sation in English society as the introDespite the fact that the crop was duction of tho German waltz." Up to very large, the melon raisers are not that time tho English country danco, satisfied with the results. The unusu- Scotch stopH, and an occasional Highland formed tho school of tho dancing-ally late spring retarded the southern master reel and the evening recreation of Georgian crop, and it was marked tho British youth, even in tho first cirGeorgia crop, cles. But peace was drawing near; with the northern producing a glut in the market. The foreigners wero arriving, and the taste late spring in the North retarded the for continental customs and manners demand and shortened the season for bocamo tho order of tho day. The young selling melons. Old melon raisers Duke of Dovonaliire, as the "Magnus in London, made money, but men inexperienced Apollo" of the drawing-room- s was at the head of tho innovations; and, in the buisness failed to handle their g as the dowagers, with their crops to the beet advantage, and many quadrille, whist and maeao, went out, of them are believed to have done no tho young continentalized world came more than to come out without loss. In with its French quadrille and German The number of aeres ia Georgia devot- waltz. Tho war being over, too, those ed to melons next year will be larger young ico))lo drank champagne, to the great horror of tho lovers still. of old port, puneh and propriety. A Looical Max. "Gentlemen," " I AMPUL CONDUCT Of A 01(1 AR. said as Arkansas temperance lecturer, A young niau who was riding on tho for the appear before yeu y sebriety, Man was Now Haveu railroad was boasting that purpose of urging created sober, wbieh proves that it is lie never smoked any other cigars titan :lear llavamu. As tho car passed a his duty to remain ia that comlition." Sibbago fluid the cigar that ho was "Hold on!" exclaimed an old fellow imoking, being very strong, broko looso arising and addressing the speaker. ind jumped out of the car window "You say that maa was created sober, ind cried, " I must go and see my broth-ir- s, sisters and friends," and made and that it is his duty to remain in The that eeditieuT" "Yes, sir," "Well itrnightway for tho cabbago-flelyeu ought to ombraee ibe satire plat- foung man's discomfiture was so great Jiat ho went iu tho forward car and sat form. Mas was created naked, and :hero till the train reached its destina-,(01aeeerdisg to your belief he should Tito moral ot this story is never have remained so." "My hearers," to say that you smoke clear Havana isrtlculurly when you're passing taU tits lecturer, "lam eeaviueed that I have set tkeruf kly canvassed t cabbage-farPuck. tie suhjset. Yeu will please amuse Kdlsoa'a EUctrie Llxht Is a weaosrfsl yeuttelve watte Iwsst awl take a wesdsrful as Hall's deiuk with this pbilesefhieal gentle- - diMorsrr.bet set as mIs by Feeuy A Me Catarrh Curs. For r, card-playine Hot briCE. Hot spice is tho name given by a cook of a past generation for a delicious adjunct to gravies, steaks, cliojw and soups. Take three drachms each of ginger and black pepper and cinnamon, saven cloves, an ounco ot mace, one of cayenne, ono of grated nutmeg, ono of white pcjiper; pound these together ; mix till well blended, aud then put it in a perfectly cloon, dry lottle for uso. GiNOEnnitEAD. Mix in a largo basin ma and a half pounds of flour, six junccs of sugar, threo ounces of butter, uo tcaspoanful ot carbonato of soda, me teaHpoonful each of black pepper, cinnamon and cloves and Jamaica pep-ptheat ooo pound of trcaclo and beat up threo eggs; if they do not moistcc iho mixturo enough, add somo sweet Mix at night and bake jr butter-milk- . tl.o next morning. ftipitfl Wlttl Mt PfrdSj JHwi 111 At pel 4fv srOT urI MBwM JWBs CO lnVpcd vvrQ wk4eh, ho affirmed, was tho means of CapHot. converting him. Ho said that some TavruHo in Florida (a expensive. three years ago ho was sitting in his pwlor, whon soHto unsosn agent sud- The hotels rango in price from H.S0 to s m every denly seised him, aud carried him out of W per day, but are tho ltOHso, and along tho streets, until respect. Board may be had in private they reachod a hall, whero a Freemason houses from 92 to tf a day. Steamboat lodge was in session. Ha further stated fares aro about W for a day and night a tttst tho spirits bore him up three nights travel, including fare and berths. of stairs and into tho hall, bavin? The failure of Mr. Thotnaa Hughes' so thoroughly ethereal that tho Hugbycoli.uy is announced by the liug- doorkeeper could not see him as ho passed by. When ho got within tho bean, which says that tbo venture was a "fiasco almost before tho echoes ot portal, however, the body seemed to npplauso over its begimimg had died Thomembcrsbegantocrowd arOurul him, and to snuff at him with away." Tho location of tho settlement their noses, as If ho didn't smell good, in the wild mountains ot Tennessee was though, as he hadn't been drinking any Unfortunate, and tho men who joined it wero not ot a kind to how success out ot more than usual, aud his breath wasn't surcharged with an abnormal odor ot a forest. llmburgcr, ho couldn't exactly see where While opening np n gravel pit near tho fnn cams iu. Ho naturally asked Bcllefontaiue, Ohio, tho workmen un what the trouble was, and was told that earthed a human skeloton that had eviho must leave tha hall. Tho occurrence so dently been thero many years. Wilh it Impressed him that ho went to a spiritul-isti- o was a fife, parts of it with the metal meeting, whero tlioy all began, as mouthpicco being in a good state of bf ono accord, to smell of him again, preservation. Near tho remains was a just as they did at tho lodge. Tho largo cannon-ball- . Tito remains are spirits then lifted him out of his chair supposed to bo ono of null's soldiers, a and carried him across tho room to a fifor. Hull marched through Logan certain lady who was sitting there. Ho county during tho War of 1812 to De attempted to stop, but it was no good. troit, ono of tho finest pikes in the Tho lady scented hita whilo ho was yet country being located on " Hull's afar, and sheered off, and ho was left Trace," standing against tho wall. Another person said ho had often Pnor. Henry W. Hatnbs read a pa talked with the spirits and shaken hands per before tho Boston Natural History with them, wheu they seemed to melt Society, a few days ago, in which he away in his grasp. Ho further stated argued that man first appeared in New that ho could tako a photograph of any Englaud, or at least that thero wero men man and tell from it the man's characthere long anterior to tho Indians. Ho ter and aims in life. Ho could also tell exhibited a largo number of rudo stones, from a man's hand. found iu different places in Now HampA St. Louis medium who was present shire, Massachusetts and Vermont, said ho had a family of fourteen chil- which ho said showed by tlte nature ol dren, all mediums. This medium also theii fractareb that they were formed into related a remarkable occurrence, where sliaiw by uso rather than by natural the spirit ot a young girl appeared and cause, and ho expressed tho belief that. was shot at with a ritle. Tho ball struck arel.atologically considered, these implo. her in tho forehead, but sho merely mcuts antedated Uioso discovered by bowed gracefully and disappeared. Ho Prof. Abliott at Trenton, N. J. had tried healing, he said, but it always made him sick. Tue btat istics ot book publication in the United States last year present some A KVSSIAX VHZXK. curious facts. There wore published in Kooimos, or " kumyss," tho Russian this country during tho year just closed drink, is mode of milk, sugar and yeast. 2,991 books, an iucreaso of 015 over the In Bosnia mare's milk is used, but here previous year. In Great Britain there they toko Umt of tho cow. It is put up was a falling off of 300 volumes, which la bottles with patent stoppers, and, so is n tignitlcant fact, in viow of tho dehighly effervescent is it, that tho only velopment of tho trado hero. The inway to open a bottle without losing tho crease of 915 was inadoup 200 in works greater quantity of its contents is to of fiction, 100 in juvenilo books, 100 in turn it, head downward, in a pitcher, theology, 71 in books of reference, 75 in closo tho top ot tlte pitcher with a cloth, biography and history, CO in poetry, 00 and thon, inserting tho hand, romore in travol, 80 in medical works, and tho tho clasp from tho cork as gently as pos- balance in works of a general character. sible. Its nutritive valuo is very great, Tho enormous increase In works of Acand it is not now widely known, on ac- tion is duo to tho cheap reprints ot count of its expense, as generally sold. foreign novels. After tho sugar and tho yeast on ounco of sugar and a pieco ot compressed There is a railroad conductor out in yeast about tho size ot a pea to each Montana who Is given to being faeo. quart of milk has been added, tho fluid tious, and he attempted to play a pracis allowed to stand in tho bottles, untical joko on d couple of passengers the corked (tho bottles not quito full), until other day. Thoy were a bridal couplo, fermentation has taken place, which will and, of course, proper objects of humor. be the caso in eighteen or twenty-fou- r They had gone to sleep with their hands hours under favorable conditions. The clasped lovingly, aud tho conductor bottles ore thou corked and placed in a borrowed a pair of handcuffs from a cool place for a week or two, when the Sheriff who happened to be on tho train, product is ready. Tho fermentation de- aud, slipping up quietly behind tho velops a small quantity of alcohol, but the slumbering lovers, ho clasped them peculiarity of tho now milk is that tho around their wrists, and then took a casein, instead of being coagulated in seat with tho Sheriff to onjoy tho fun. largo lumps, more or less difficult to diWhon tho couple awoke thoy laughed gest, is separated in a very finely dimerrily over tho situation, and, as the vided condition, so that it can be readily train was approaching tho station where assimilated by tho weakest stomach. tho passengers usually got dinner, the groom asked that the handcuffs bo taken Carrie had been teaching her baby off. In vain did tho Sheriff scorch brother tho letter O, showing it to him through his clothes for tho key, and was among his blocks, on his plate and in finally compelled to acknowledge that his picture book, then formed it with bo had either lost it, or left it at home her fingers and then her lips, and ho on tho piano. Tito groom made a disseemed to understand. Shortly after turbance, and tho result of it all was sho heard him saying, " O 0 " and that the conductor sat all that afternoon looking around sho saw him pointing entry ing to file tho bracelet off tlte lady's ergetically to a round holo iu his sock. arm, and was discharged from tho o Cfacfrmaff Saturday Night. of the company. MM Drat-chw1 1 ser-ric- HrlMTVA I.I STIC KTtiHtK. At a Mcctinjr of apjritwaMshi In Chicago a ncdium told alot a remarkable (ee of work on tho psrt of the spirit, iirAXTf-.n-Ratitr 9n 113 lTwfH JntC9a Cfln6n jfl Kffng ttprlre inMbrT. R. rt. Walto t Mliifcmt fk- - WrKvll MRRGTSST T. ITO-l- J, IHHI.r,Y. II AllTkisOfjj firti iMMm MMr R.MfcH 1 pncii wt tfartaay nlfftt. (4OrMnt CirTHODlST,SOUTM.-a- Y. H. aMontM, wy ematay ataeatas ass rattor. eecYire i mm. 1 L tlTVWotlt ttnnUim-.Htl- Inrtnxfnkrif lllir hiat, Na Miivmimi Ll hinTf(H,h.hD,lntih t IIIllnilehA.N.Vk. hiiarnrdnr.r willfn, HMM lr . IHplamit. ntT. n. m worrtton, guf tnatramat. AfTHrT. Hay, J. M. Herrreet -eo nteoaa aM rootin Am-frtebt, rrayer MeHtM avery WriawdtY aeoa. Bun4y School at M A, a, B. K. Bar rnttr mmsu A. kf. ,wi BM4ty MkMl t t- Hmm Painter aIi Paper BTANrKO.Kr ur p u rHc. rair. " ftf. FurnlturZS. I bat Ih lullttt Mid 'beet Hm of rnrl I Or el terr deKtlpllon tter etMbHed la WiarecJ, at a rVrolltkreuibniyilAeewlllpfor. MfWeetM ha boot to (htelHt, at row at tlmlltr I afet e feci fttto eifwble ol act rT DrunlitsSUUootriS&toiAgt'h onrVcond Information Wnntetl. A inlUliU rtvtrit tnaint; lit lb li illJ not Sunfortl Ihrto ol wr. OBTinriB " n.t twottrlira Parlnno rlnll. (n.lomt) i"Jiion, o(ouf lien, wblcb lllli pM for Infnrmtlloo wonhlp br IS coavrratataaa anHHiSTiAH. be ir. j. w. im iira't otY vi and Fourth lord't Sunday Hehoal . rTi'iBuiv, i'wilB,enoetlt. rX)tlTH.-M- T. TJHWBTTFRIAH, I. B. HeM. I roy,ttor Sunday School at f.N. Jobs W. jacut, fiuwrlntndenU Union MhHmm Wedaetday nlfhu. r,. tt T- - rot keep on band lull lie o( oiattrHr lrtrr Mail ITiieJcrtnkerN' AodauireaJf i1m ! wllka At- - CMMiut Jnr for wli'n our J. H. MVf.IMl ijro. (tint In Ctlk.fO, til Y., OPERA HOUSE, KV. Iihih lanralt pronolly a alre.ntw Heart. tended to. Orders' by Telegraph Promptly l?MKnt ROBBED WbUh xiltl "It ThouMtiJiorgrtTFt ire nniullj-rol.le(thlr ilttlnii. Htm HolonfJ, hrfln'MnJ tirtlih ro Ma uy mm in grc l W.l P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. Bliof3l,',20iM. rry Kcatonabl a abOT. rVea- Kiblroiur-lleto- l oraiiDf capacity, intla.linc faiiery, wo. ratet to rood attnctloaa. Addt B. K. WEAREX. , ' GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R! lTeirnrol.iir nrnkiimm. tin! llIum or MqutBtoortelf-Abuitsdin-.- ! kind,) Mr nil-M- tl tint follows ntrir, ItmoI Wfiuorr, uolTrnil UultnJ, pin In ih iiwk, illran-of llon,prrmturoM nt, tnd buoy otbtr dUMift tli at leJ to rontumpilon n.l Srtml for rlrtalira vllh (Mil- momiM ir uj mm, iu i.TWNVHJTUK I nU SI lioz. or ill taut for 11. Lr oil t fr dniUtt, or will bo will I.t bf mill, Miirl tJ.lrmlnc total, oartrtlpttfprlc, tnj ptmtnf nil ran f L 1 Stanford Female College. 8TANFOKI, KY. With a Full Carps of Teachers, Thltlntlllutlon will open In Thlrtetalh BomIoo Monday In rVpteiaWr nail. A & NOON lf 113 8ol "int for lb Unlinl HUIm. AdiiniitrMt, Toledo, Ohio. IS1- -I Jt onlbstd k in U. S. excoed GLOBE ! 61 HOQEERig ALL THK MRANCHB8 OF Iiixiirance C'enipHHy TH0n0UGHENGL!3HC0UROE Americas Auett, 16,218,737 Are Uothl, a well a paid ia 31 yean Lonti HUBIO. THE IiANOUAOBB. DHA.W. INQ AND l'AINTINO. 131,000,000.00 TERMS MODERATE, rxaltr STdaat Solid, lotitt TTllHOHt 80 Prompt and llenerahle. d)l' dlKOHBt. Paji to Toltlon. crleet raoi from IK to KO la tk Dew Uie Leadfog ABterieaa Department. ITliaarr, SSS, lattrmedlat , ana uii(iai, lea. iw; rvilclea wrltua by YIHN. BntlaeM. 1' li isuN.sa .ill mt lAalAa.ai . a Sa 1. THIIKIIKAHT. Prlucljial, auanra, ueooia on., a.y. fiui.1 amiit, a latcos aauaai A a raa JOHN BIX OT1IKII 10- M. PHILIPS, UBST-CIJts- Agent , a HALUS infcTtrnnil ague uiirrteM, In tropical owl Mhrr rrsluno vllllcl bv ruiilrmlcj. End intlm! In all lucalllle wber tbo ron.ll- fon aro unfarorabla to health, IbU TOfrtUblo InTlKorant ami altrraUrr, lloitrttcr'a Stomach Blttrm hat brn found a potnt aifriraurJ. cren to Treble contltutlona ami frazil frames, while at a euro fur Indltrntlon, blllontnn anil kin-ilcomplaint. It 1 without a rlraU i'or aalo by all DniirirUU and ltotlcr 13 SECOMMEWDEP BY rtttated at tb - aaai COMrANIKe ra-irenfy. Mate rnaooabl fclTTEflS Ratarrh RE Louisville. New Albany Railway. Chicago THK "IWOIVOIV JtOIITE." & rHTtiaAwa CARTER'S ana Catarrh of tho Nasal Cnltr-Chron-lo UlcerntlTOi Catarrh or tho tar. Cro or Throat. It Is takon INTERNALLY, and acta DIRCOTLV upon tho Blood nnd Blucoua Surfaeaa of tn 8ratm. It XI tho boat Blood Purtflor In tho WORLO. nnd Is worth ALL that la crmrnod for It, for THAT alono. OUIlMtl o.v.r mni::runninii Pullman Talaco Cars! AN SOLID TRAINH LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO! jmB iTiVEft IU Ind-dr- nt Dii-lllr- 0HL7 1HTCRNAL CURS tBr-I- N BIck Ilradacbo and reliere all tbo trouble to a bUlou Ut of tbo riUn, ixca at CUBE Ac. mccttt bat Urn tLown In curing Ntt.r, l)row4lnr, Ulttri'M after ratlnr, W bit tbrlr Side, In tho mot rtuiark-ab- l IlrsdMhr.Tft Carlcr'tLttUo LItct Pllla are erro all r Taluabla In Cwutltutlon, cnrlas and preTcstlnc thlanno;IC)-rvnipUht,Mthey altacorrrct all dlMnlrr of tho stouuch, ttimulat lb llrrr and ntralata tbo bowel. JCtih If tbr only caml SICK TUB MAKKET.H And w orfor Ono Hundrod OoHara tor any of Catirn it will not Cure. WILX. CUKK ANY CAUC Offlco cf A. T Stewabt X Oo.'l Ubicuoo. III., June 4, ItHL Jfeurt. J J. aene.it ttx. IWedo. O. Oeniemea. 1 uko tloaar In Infurmlai r that I bar uteil Halls Catarrh Cum. It luu cumlmo IwasYrybad and don't healtalato toy that It will euro any cat of Catarrh It taxra Ywura trulr, prvporly. J. 11. WciTntaraao. WORTH BIO A IIOTTLK.1 KMmaiT.Jacttco.Mlch.. write llaeehad Catarrh for aJjeajTi. JlallV Catarth Cur cured mo. Oontlderlt worth tiatOn tiottle. VM Ly all DruesrltU at So ct per hnttb I -J- FiTCATS Kaoi-tlIroat rMrec Krailll.No!.A N. K. K. arrlr In lbLovUtlll 'l Branch of U la lint to tat tk arming I rain af tb "MetM' Koul." aad gu Ihrouib to (IrrcBcajtU, C'rArrfuriltTlllr, ami UHicago BTAflMNw. rumem rBaaKe. ;" Idtlajette LaTiyT TIXK TABI.K. Tilly. 7 Lt. Iul,tUI . Atr. tlrteacatll. CrakdMlll UtajfetU-- .. ' falcao.. , i ,j 47pm ((fat 1 01 am IN pt 2 03 am 104 pa 4 M pa III 7 Wib Maa Lola ITVOrtutora, TOLKUO, Oil IO. Manufactured ami anklby T Fur atl Id SiaaLrd J CltXy & CO. Thtmo.tdlm.troale.wllb only o tbaanof car, to all rwlaU In Wliconila, MlnnetoU, Iowa, tbntla,ac. ror lunaer iaionaua, aoarat avnaai mM.umn.i. r. . Ky IS- ly rtoay A UcAMttar. Afflicted, Attention Dlt. GANN'S REMEDIES FOB THE MILLION. MANUFACTURED 11 wis tuta.rfromtbidUtreuiiigcottipIaInt not tnd here, and tboo who onco try tbcm will And UtcM llttla pill rain. eblolaomanyTfaYthatthrywninotDwQUB todowltlitutthoa. Uutartcf all tick bead Acho thcyvnaldboaliDOit prleclcM to tho HEAD ACHE ! r W. K. OAMN, II. D.. MONTICELLO. KY. woodtrful, beautiTb ful and Intricat lnttntlont ol man. Yt alt lb vocldbaa- coublord Uleotandftalutlbat'b er snovn stt nerer proouced anyioinr tnti can compare with 'Or. Uann' Retuedlct." Uedleal at til and aclenc hat, a yet, tailed to dleeortr ny toiog eouai 10 iDem, lur id cur ot id uit-w- in fur which tby t recoiumended. At tbrlr virtue aod uiei are nralied br thoutanja tbroucb' out Ih Itntlb and breadth ol Ik land, and a Standard t'aullr Uedlcloea, tbey cannot b by tht ttroof rtt tMtloonlala. Vtt Cougba, Colda, Croup, llroocbltla, Conauup. tlon and all Ll,atvaa ot the Thrwat and Luaft, orM It filled wltb tb Through Trunk Line I''ll THCORKAT Wllfewl Change and kilb SHORTEST AND QUICKEST LaattYtU. c f to It the btne (Treat many IItc that hero It where we boaaU Oar pUI cur it whua dike oar olhcridotiot. Carter's Ulna Jjrer mil are Tery .aaji u 1,0 them, lQUlntKJcrnm flTo forfl by Crocs'' tTcry wbetc, ur sent by mail. CAItTEIt MEDICINE CO., Itcw York. Use Ur. Ghhh'h CeHgh Sjrap. Se. Uarh m ROUTE THE BEST OF ALL for Liter Cotoplitnt,Dyipcpala. DlaeaMi, InJIcMtlonJaan-die- . raou LocariLu to thi Conatlpatlon, Sour btomacb and all Ullloul SOUTH & WEST NaabYllla, Mtmpbli, Bock, Mtatgomtry, Aiianu.BaYaaaaa, Jackaantlllt, MaMIe, aai Ntw uritaat. Use beatt Dr. Uhhu'h IiUcr Cure Bn.lte and for man or a con a cud. LINIMENTS TOR MAN AND BEAST. For mora than a third of a century tho Mexicans uttii n p; Liniment has Io n known to ruUUona ull oyer tho world nt the only saf reliance for tho relief ol acoiaonta unit rain, it is rt mottiainu or 1 1 nboro jirloo una prnlso tits html. roruYcryfoimofcztcnuilDaln Vor Bbeumalltm, Neuralgia, Bpnlnt, Hwclllogt as anleroal appllutlon PULUMN CARS Llitl. Wliboot chaax to Ubo Dr. Gaim'H LluliBCHt. Burot, Flttula and all BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In Tela Cart Without Cbaag. 'I to-da- Tho situation, tho structuro and the size of tho rumen or paunch point it ou as the first and general receptacle for tlte food, which receives in tho mouth only sufficient mastication to enable the animal to swallow it. When swallowed, it is then received by the rumen, and morsel after morsel is taken until this, tho first of tho animal's four stomachs, is comparatively full. A sense ot repletion precedes rumination, during which act tho animal generally prefers a recumbent posture. It is not to bo supposed that all tho food taken is again ruminated; it is ouly tho bulky or solid portions that undergo tho process. When tho rumon is moderately fu)l, it will contract on its contents, and first squeeze out tho fluid portions, which will pais onward into tlte third or fourth stomachs, whilo tho solid part will bo embraced by tho tesophagus, or stomach Ah, aud returned to tho mouth. By tho term " lass of tho cud" is meant a cessation of the chewing of the cud, which occurs as a symptom of most internal diseases of cattle. cvhiuuu j-- era avuut fmuks. Much interest ia now being taken by scientists in regard to tho habits, and cmotious of fishes. Naturalists have generally accepted Cuvicr's viow, that tho oxisteuco of fishes is a silent, emotionless and joyless one ; but recent observations tend to show that many fishes emit vocal sounds, aud that thoy aro susceptible of special emotioiis, particularly such as regard for their young, attachment among tho soxes rind for locality. Among monogamous fishes thero ia often seen decided ovideuco of watchfulness over their youug, in whioh tbo males not infrequently act an important part Among fishes tho male often prepares the nest. Among somo who do not build Uie nest the eggs aro carried about iu tho chock hollows of the male. Coses have beeu noticed where malo fishes havoremained in tho same spot in tho river from which tlte female hod beeu taken. A ease is noted where, after a pair had been separated, both appeared miserable and seemed nigh unto death, but on being united again both became happy. In fish battles it is sometimes noticed that the conqueror assumes brilliant hues, whilo the defeated one sneaks off with faded colors, tne change evidently being brought about by emotional feelings. There are certain classes of ttsh that are capable of a kind ot organisation for acting in couccrt for common defense or to attack a common enemy. Tho remarkable success which has of late atteuded tho bleeding of fish has shown that as a matter ol economy an acre of good water is worth more to a farmer than tho same area of the best arable land, This subject, ia all its bearings, is ouo that even moro attention than it has nest-buildu- ig ui itfc-ro Torl'llet, Iltmorrboldt, tlmllir Cte Dr. Ghhh'm Pile Oluluicut. For Frcb Cult, Barna, Ulcert and Old Buret, u ILf ut Cho Dr. Ghhh'm Dlttcr-HvreOlutmcHt. ct raUcCartwllbotcbaor. Seeking homtt 00 tht lln ol thl road wUI rectlv tpcclal low rattt. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Trott Loulitlllt la PUinDaUTC Cmiunail I 0 MEXICAN It ''a. wrv Mnn T VrioDr.GHiiu'HNteiHHclt Hittcrn A Bellabl Tonic. St Araatt of tblt Company for rattt. renin Ac, or writ C P. AlaOKf, 0. P. 4. T. A. LoulIIU. Ky. fVintlnii soos of tsln mill TnUAinmatiort liapos-alblItui-iruc- t upon lluiimn r'Jeali anil thoUrutotTinllon are equally woiulon ful. Tho Mexican penetrate dealt uuil tiiutcle to iMiiiMtrinlrlniv till. Inlmfml li. vwlllmr., . Mim.I Apllier and Utood Purifier, and alio cure DyMcpala, ludlgntlon, Liter Complaint, Malarial rtiert and all periodical Ultcaac. Uaoufacturtd and fcr aal by Don't Be Led Astray! route, wblcb ai llabl 14 decelte lb public. Tb bborttit and Qtlckett Koul from Ctacln-niWait la tb II 7 Sola proprietor, aloutlcello, Ky, w. ic. 24:. by null will recelt pioiupt attention. STAIl orders H-- ll d., lb peculiarly worded tdTtrttatmentaof rlYal tt MUSTANG Liniment is npodmt by somclxxly In uYery home. Krory day hrlnm now of tbo agou- - of mt alYflil ucalu ur burn iiUluvtl, of rlieiunatlo martyr or a Yaluablo huras or px saved by tho healing powtr Of Ihls GKESIPEHU Kentucky's 01 W. O & -- IH.W. 10 Iloura- - louto East Oincinnati to St. Louis Ilourt abead of all other llnea. t LINIMENT wbluli speedily cures SacU nllmonts of Washlnflton, Philadelphia N.Y. 4Pallj Tb only Jlu lunnioj Titlnt. wlib no change of can far any lally Tralnt to IauIitIII, with Kra fatkir Dally Tralnt to Knniilll, 4 bourt la of all other rout, wilb oo leacaaa) of cart. ' Dally Tralnt lo Cairo, 7 hour quicker tban any otbtr II n, and ua cbasg of oar a. Dally Tralnt to Ntw Otleaaa. No obtegeol ctnfroui Cincinnati. the Kbouiiiatlam, HwellluRI, OtllT t'untracttu Joint, aid t, Cut, Muillii, Mum uil He Hruliti and Mpralui, . Old NilHKt, fitlffUraa, Korea, tlce.-e.lb'rililalut. Nor rtlpide, Cat. utt, a ml ludesil vvcry - form of a.tt rual tlla-raa- e. lienl- without scar. It Jf or tbo iutirra cwutkih it cures HUMAN lXESU BJ PULLMAN NEW SLEEFINO OARS l'nlaonon Itlte ami A-- "And so you learn dancing, Bob? And how do you like valsiug?" "Oh, it's not ball I can manage very well myself ; but I th.nk a girl's rather iu tho way 1" : A BopkiiFLCOus XjOHlHYlllC, ClHClUUHtl HHd 2 SOLID TRAIN 2 a ihkibh, Hy l.f X 12 Hsurs QUICICEK ,h' cte'KoutMi Brooklyn young man calls his because, wheu "sho gives coa-eut" sweetheart "Silence," ho wants to kiss her, Npral:), NtTluuy. blisr Joint, founder, Itarneaa ror. Hoof 111,. tatca, Foot Hot, Werr Worm, Heal,,Hollo ir lloiti, Ncratchra, VlndItlnsueue, XalU, fliintlii. Tliru.ti, Hlui bore, l'oll lirll, llMu the Mclit and erery other ailment to whten tlio occupant of Ui Mock Vartt are llabl. atablo and 1 bo Mtileaii MntUHK Lluluivt always cures ami usyi.r iHujiulaU j miu i ts, youuyajy, tban by otbtr Hoot, Tb tt. At JUT. It thaonlr lln. wilt, A .!! Train from CWlaaali to Hi. Lout, mat leg alnot Coaoecllne tn lime depot with fiatt trilnt lor coontcllont In tb Unlou Depot (at tiu Lou 10 I lb allatourl I'aclflo Railway. eH. Uuk, bva aitua. UlnAHoulbcro Kallwayi Cbtugo A Alton Kal. JXTe-OTroad; Chlrairo, Hurllnglou A llulacy Kallroad: okukArJI. Lwila JUTliod Wabaab. W. LoijUA acioo atiaaouri. aaaaaa a lexaa aatl The Direct Eoute toEyaehburg;, Dan way) Bt auiiruauj Haa rraucUoo Kallwty, LouH A rll9el Pift Uliy Two Hourt Lm Tlattoabb car, and lotttbang of cu WAJ8HINGTOX CITY. yorls.. It. 1. Allstsr. No matter how jaded the constitution may be from disease or excess, .the Or est QersMO IaTigorater restores it psraiBMt-ly- . See advertiMBiMt. For sals by Penny & McAltetsr. Youbjc ladles bad Utter bs fast asleep tbia"fut awake." A mule Is uaMke a peer rule became he wwks both wsys. THE BEST OF ALL vilfe, MMfelk. Impreti Thii Upea Yoar Tb Meory. LINIMENTS 703 VAX OS B1AIT. tt. db M. la tb onle Uum be which nw All Virginia and North Carolina ctnatttbraugbcarifroaiClBohiBaU lotM. Loult without pajluCtHa I la aidltloa to woaty roiais. paid for ticket. for tlcttll tod lurtber information, aoolr to oricku, ralea.or aay lakMUMttoa, call M your utartl ticket aVe, or addrew Ticket Ajeali frfcoaaectlug Haa. IN I fUaa call al 144 Walajil ml. U .IAMKM ll.KBNHT. nbftlBafllWruu'Ul t.,blra4 HutL Weateru S1UW wul tS. eU batter, High la rssk uwcvu w,. tar..vM.a.., MaiHNILliW,kr. mm. ur w.iwvnu n. uuuna. m Ucul. Aaeol, w...w...e.. J. D. HILL, W. W. iEAIKM)Y, I ot VtpHNttMJ tnfv9a W. 8, WATTUC. m BrnvrwWe f IrfYoiat ruMr AtM, UUMo.Ky. -