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Will Moses Webster Fiaehbaek please step dis way?" asked tho President, m the meeting opened. Hrother Finchback, who had beca a very quiet but deeply interested member of tho club for the past two years, advanced to the desk, and IJro. Gardner continued: "Moses, I l'arn dat you are on de jwit ob removia' to Ohio." "Yes, sab." 'You will take youreertificate 'long wid you an' you will keep your membership wld us jist de same; an' any tlmo you can raise money 'null to take a freight train an' como up an' see us, you will find a hostilo welcome" "Yes, salt Iro much obleczod, sah," replied Moses, as ho wiped a tear from his eye. "An' now I want to say a few Aid- der words to you." resumed tho Presi dent, after a solemn pause. "You are gwino to cut loose and tail in de com pany ob strangers an' dar am a fow things you would do welt to remem- STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER SI, Whf Widows Win. 183. MONSTER SHOW OH WHEELS. W, P. WALT0H, Editor and Proprietor A u l'uhUlir,l Tiirotlny Kil.no crlpllofl, and Frltlny'p 1J3U ANNUM. Hna la (MtMBt of .left to rna chant, and then of dt- BomlMtlona not o?r thn cnt. VTImm don't Mn4 Cam40toi Niagara. su&down ihm day last week a man was carried over tbe falls. Who lie was is not kftown. Ills dro and At i appearaaco iadlcated respectability, aad after he got into tho rapids his was extraordinary. Ilia boat was a very good one, decked over the bow and I should think would carry three or four tons. No other than a person unacquainted with the current above tho rapids would venture so near thm. I was on the head of (loat Island when I first discovered the boat, then nearly half a mile the foot of Navy Island and near ly two miles above the falls. There ber: seemed to ho two in the boat. It was "Remember dat a lawyer will work directed toward tho American shoro harder to cl'ar a murderer dan ho will the wind blowing from tho shoro and to convict a thief." tho sail nas still standing, lteing "Remember dat a uaybur dat offers and there if tho broker had not ascer sheep raising regions of tho West to well aoiuainled with tho river, I re- you do loan ob his hoe am ushin tained on reaching Buffalo that tho figuring ou possibilities of tho future. garded tho position of the boat as ex around to secure de loaa ob your "twenty" was a counterfeit and that Mr. Armour, tho great Chicago dealtraordinary and hazardous and watch wheel barrer. er, says tho United States can never ho waa 815 out of pocket. ed it with intense anxiety. Boon I compete with Australia in supplying "Remember dat you can't judge ob Journal. Lifetime of Various Animals. discovered the motion of an oar, and, de home happiness ob a man an' wife Eoropo with mutton. A California No iran ron the Fiiauo in Puiimo Camels from 40 to 50 years; horses the changing dfrectton of the by aeoin' 'em at a --Sunday skulo picfrom admits this fact. It says AusLin-:Mrs. Hayes's husband, It. B. average from 25 to 30; oxen about 20; paper boat, concluded it had but one. Whllo nic tralia and New Zealand havo over Hayes, who for four years occupied sheep 8 or 0; dogs 12 to 14. Concern constantly approaching nearer and "Remember dat whilo do aiverago 70,000,000 sheep, and that the annual tho Presidential chair that belonged to ing tho ages attained in nearer the rapids, I could discover it man will return you do k'rect change Tbe Samuel J. Tildcn and then sank into cated animals, only a few isolated incrcato is 30,000,000 a year. waa gaining the American shore, and in a business transacjhun, he'll water colonies can more than supply the oblivion, has actually poked his head facts aro known. Tho East Indians by the tirao it had got near tho first his milk an' mix beans wid his coffee. inout of his retirement for tho purposo believo that the hfo period of tho ele mother country out of the annual fall in the rapids, half a mile above Remember dat all de negatives ob crease. English mutton sella for of whispering confidentially into a phant is about 300 years, instances Qoat Island, It was directly abovo tho de best photographs am retouched an' cents a pound. seventeen to twenty-onfriend's car that ho is longing to ro- recorded of these animals having island. There it was turned up the de wrinkles and freckles worked out, In Australia tho sheep are killed for enter public life and would accept tho lived 130 in confinement after capture liver aad for some time the wind kept "Remember dat society am mado carcasses thrown United States Senatorship. This pro at an unknown age. Whales aro esti their skins, and tho it nearly stationary. Tho only hopo up of fine clothes, hungry stomachs, Even at eight cents a pound cedure of Mrs. Hayes's husband must mated to reach the ago of 400 years. awaj. seemed lobe to come directly to Goat decepshun, heartaches an' mixt gramthere is a big profit in shipping the bo extremely amusing to the other Somo reptiles aro very long-live- d, an Island, aad whether I should run half mar. mutton to London. Tho artificial ice "Rcmomberdat peoplo will neber candidates, and thoy are doubtless Instance being furnished by a tortoise a mile to give an alarm, or to remain in which it is packed is so cheap that atop to question do truf ob any rumor having many a quiet laugh over the which was confined in 1G33 and exist to assist iu case the boat attempted to it is said thero is little risk in tho unIdea that anybody could find any possi ed until 1753, when it perished by no reach the island, was a question of or scandal adectin' your character, but New York Sun. dertaking. it takes y'srs to satisfy 'em dat your ble use for tho Fraud in public life. cident. Birds sometime reach a great piiaful doubt. Rut soon tho boat They certainly have no fear of him as ago, tho eagle and tbe swan having Wo began, on the first day of this wm again turned toward tho Ameri- great grandfadder wasn't a pirate, an' your great grandmuduer do lesdin a competitor for tho prize, although been known to havo lived 100 years. mouth, to keep a diary of all the can shore. Then it was certain it fifieen-cen- t ballot. You kin sorao of his own enthusiastic friends Tho carp baa been known to livo 200 murders committed in Kentucky, and must go down the American rapids. gal in a now sot down an' close yer eyes an are reported to havo bought a news- years, commou river trout 50 years will publish in tho last issue for each I ran fer the bridge, rallied a maa at in his own interest. It will, and a pike 90 years, while Gesner re- mouth tho record of tho killings during e the aad we ran to the mala reflect aa' digest aa de rest ob iu will paper purceed to carry on de usual pro however, do them and many other lates that a piko caught in 1497 bore that month. If oyery paper in the bridge ia tiase to see the boat just be peoplo good to tee Mrs. Hayes's hus- a ring recording tho capture of the State would pursue tbo same course it fore it'get to the first large fall ia the gramme oli do meetin'i Ai. como qt the salary ho had same fish 2C7 years before. up to would be holding a looking-glas- s rapid.." Thee I saw but oae man The horrible propensity of parents band spend no right to draw in attempting to the peoplo of Kentucky in which they he staadiag "at the stern with his oar crazed by religious frency to put their Not Fond op Farming. Lung a hopeless and laughablo amcan see thomselvos as others see them, cbaaglBg the course of the boat down children to death as a sacrifice has gratify a Portland, Oregon, Chinaman, abanbition. Harrisburg Patriot. and thus bo educated, through very the rapids and as it plunged over he again been illustrated by the Erio doned the laundry business, in which shamo, to look upon crime as the mons sat down. I waa astonished to see the county farmer, Sylvester Knott, who Bathino ik Salt Lake. In the ho had mado some money, and undersentiboat rise, with tho mast and sail stand almost succeeded in crucifying his son water of Salt Lake a bather can lie took to run a farm. He came back to ter it really is, and train public murder ing and the man again erect directing and burniug his daughter alivo. Just on the surface of tho water without town the other day looking a little ment to condemn and punish condoning the beat toward the shore. Aa he a month before, a father and mother any exertion whatever .Jcr .by passing seedy. One of his old patrons meet and murderers instead of tho one and heroizing the other. Until came to tbo next and to each succeed Darned Hicks, in Charleston, III., at- a towel under his knees and holding ing him, said: "Well, Lung, how do shoulder to ing fall he sat down and then would tempted to crucify ono of their chil tho two ends ho can remain in any maks it a farming?" "Not muchee public sentiment marches law tho latter is powerhis oar in the interme- dren oa a crow which liny had erect- depth of water kneeling, with tho head good," replied Lung, sadly. "I sow shoulder with rise and apply being in diate current. Still there wero hope ed for tho putposo. A little beforo and shoulders out of tho water, or by wheat and bird he come catchce some. less to suppress crime; for, the miuority, it is ever forced to tbo that ho would como near enough to that a Pennsylvania woman held her shifting it under the solo of the feet Byrne by wheat grow up and plenty Breckenridge News. the pier to jump, but in a moment it child's hands on a hot stove whilo she he can sit on the water. Tho one ex squirrel come and catch heap. Then wall. evil disposition out ertion, in fact, is ono's balance; none leaping machino come cut him uml was gone. Another, that ho might prayed to bum the A Gcrmau has invented n safo that jump upon tho rock near the bridge; of them. The case ot tho Frcemans whatever is to keep afloat. The only cost too much, and when thrasher on its lock being tampered with thowa but the current daihed him from it ami their offspring, murdered as a re danger, therefore, arises from choking man come, tako all whoat to pay him, open its doors, seizes mid drags and under the bridgo, breaking the mast. ligious aacnOce, is fresh in remem- by accidentally swallowing sorao of the and, his gang eat ut my tleo fat hogs locks in the burglar aud handcuflsand ."Again, he rose oa the opposite side. brance. Why is it that when relig- water, fur tho strength of tho briuo k and cum mo 'cause I not givo 'cm pio holds him in readiness to hoconducted Taking his oar and pointing his boat ious zeal becomes madncsi it so often so intense that the muscles of the tlee time every day, I no likce farm to the polico, court in tho morning. toward the main shore, he cried: expresses itself in eflbrts to burn, throat are convulsed, and atrangua-- . any more." Tho Yankee is experimenting with a "Had I better jump from tho boat?" slash and crucify children? Now tion ensues. All tho same, I .kaye set of books for tho uso ot county offiTho largest cattle ranch iu world myself dived several times into Salt could not answer, for cither seem- York Sun. We cers which, as soon as a fraudulent is said to bo' that of Charles GoodLake, and havo survivod. Harper's. ed certain destruction. Within a few entry is made iu thorn, will by means A La no k Yikmi ok Milk. A night, at the head of Red river, Texclever olectrical contrivaaoo 'rods of the falls the boat struck a Southern correspondent ot tho N. Y. Why the Indians Were not as. Ho began buying land four years of a rock, turned over and lodged. He World , who gains from one cow all sound an alarm ou tho court-hous- eMade Slaves. " A curious reader " ago, securing 270,000 acres at thirty-liv- e appeared to crawl from under it and the milk that is required for a family bell. cents per aero. In tho mean-timasks "how it happens that we have swam with the oar in his hand till he of eight, and makes 200 pounds of The Spencer Courier man is a poet. baa advanced from 81 to 82 Inthe price nover tried to make slaves of tho went over the precipice. Without the butter per year besides, gives his dians instead of importing blacks." per aero, but he is still buying, and Hear him; "As sbo came prancing power to render assistance, for half an method of feeding. He says: ''If you Because it happens that we have tried. controls 700,000 acres. To inclose bis down the street, her form was fine hour watehiag a strong man strug- desire to get a large yield of rich milk The Spaniards attempted to sell the landed possessions 250 miles of fence her face was sweet; she wore a bang gling with every nerve for life, yet give your cows every day water, and compel htm to servitude, is required. On the rango he has of awful size, combed down clean ovor doomed with almost the ceitainty of slghitly warmed and slightly salted, Indian, both her eyes, Her onward courso he 40,000 cattle. destiny to an immediate and awful in which bran has been stirred at tho but he wouldn't serve. Not that sbo bravely kept, as on a banana peel was too proud and high spirited, but Although the present year by the death, still hopiDg with ttwj effort for rate of one quart to two gallons of shestept, when down she came with a his deliverance, caused an intensity of water. By this daily practice the too lazy. The project was abandoned, rule of alternation, is the year for an fearful blow, a bang above a bang sentithe reports from abundant apple-cro- p, excitement I pray never again to ex- cow will give CO per cent, more milk not from Christian principle or ment, but becausejt didn't pay. The different parts ot the country indicate below." Buflalo Commercial Ad immediately under the effect of it, and perience. Tbe highest point on tho Rocky Indian sank uuder the prospect of the crop will be very small. In vertiser.. she will become bo attached to the hopeless slavery, moped, and died oa that Mountains reached by the Northern exceptional cases there ia a good yield, The ghost of Governor Ulaekburn, diet as to refuses to drink clear water their haads. Our correspondent and in some orchards an occasional Pacific is twolve hundred feet below whose elaborate funeral at Frankfort unless very thirsty. The amount of needn't think that we were too good tree-ibearing well, but geneally the summit oh the Central Pacific It on the 5th it was ray melancholy this drink necessary is an ordinary to do such a thing only we couldn't, below the snow lino, and speaking, the crop will be a very is therefore pleasure to attend, seems to behave pailful at a time morning, uoou wild flowers bloom as late as Septem Cincinnati News Journal. small oue. reasarkably like he used to in life. I aad Bight' ber. Twenty-fiv- e ' see from the years ago a young lady "I see by tho papers," said Gilpin, Courier'Journal that it A Nebraska thief devotes his time of this J. II... Barn, L. & N. R. R , Ky., town had a singular dream. at the store the other evening, "that occupied the pulpit with Talmage ia entirely to the larceny of hogs, and T lifil sayc "L useu urown a iron .uiuera book and" Mrs. Laagtry has a cacoethes the Brooklyn Tabernacle last Sunday, with great success. He goes forth by She consulted a dream and can testify "By thunder, you don't say for a debilitated system It seat up its canl aad was paraded night armed with a long stick to which learned that she would have four hus bands before she was thirty. This so," sahl Witherspoon. "Wall I had to its unsurpassed efficaoy." up the aisle to the pulpit amid the a sponge is fastened, and a bottle of PILES t PILESI PILESI scaring eyes of the congregation, just chloroform. The porcine victim is made her rather independent, and she expected it, ever siuee I read about old governor would have liked lulled to rest by the antuithetie and. ia now an old maid ot 42, and has her doings with Gobhardt." Dr. Uemlny'n A'eiP JUIteoveru for oU rtuedlM to de had he been alive. Who but he then borne silently away. The oth- never had a beau. Some dream-book- s Victims of hay fever will find re- I'UeuU la'iuIIci cbmgofroia (lit tbo rtiull of tiMotofort um. Tbo Dlxoitrj It are not as reliable aa they might be. would ever send his card to a preaeh-o- r In Bait water for the eyes, throat, yroof'tltotKlfDllflcituJy ud tatrotlfitloQ ot tho slumbering hogs er night oae lief during diviae service? As he rolled out of the thiefs wagon. A Attio salt: "Greek? Do I under-ahtan- noo and body. Certain physicians Into too cbirecttr orlhla valurul dlmM. To coo. vlocejrouoliu great merit, call ou I'ouojr A Karebed up the band played 'While Greek?" said a jolly German. use a solution nf camphor aud borax farmer who came along SlauIorJ, or W. M. Wet.r, Ml. Vrruon, the lamp heMfl out te burn the vilest the road assisted the theli to load up "Veil, I schooet can shwile. Vy, voa for the eyes. For the nccompaning anil (ct a wulo box free ol rbtrgo. inner may return." The people must again amid profuse thanks. When I vas a leedle poy I alvaya svira in dot dobillty mutton soup ia lietter thau a IUr. O. II. Minhill, formerly itur ol four It bt bai 1'rwbjlerlatl cbutcb, IoJUuiulli, have supposed the old gentleman was the farmer reached home he discover- greek iashteadt of dot riffcr." whisky brace. umJ Urvvu' EMclurut tur jrttri la bl bully, Faleon ia Cinelnuali till alive. alwajt wIlU gool rnulli. lor ule 1 touaj A ed that the pig waa from hh own sty. Btkckt Talk. "How much better jo If a man does not discover tho loss McAllttcr. BUiitoiJ tuJ W.M.WtUr.Ml. Vtruou, Naws Journal. No uattar how ajl Iht conlllullou look, Mrr.B.I" "Ye, 1 lure mined 32 of thing until he baa fvuad it, does a tltorip W. ItlUlIu, of IHu Mound, ll.. m!U E. A. Beaeofi, Ltrakville, says! may I (torn diw or tutu, tlie flreal oubU ou Hall's Catarrh Cine. Have not he discover its loss? Don't answer lull Urowu'aKKlortul iuiiJ btui of a wicr "UrewVa Iron Bitters wm reeowHtetw-e- demise Iauigorator mtorrn it tiuanriit. felt no will la 20 jeari. It lias uiaik a mI by crlulmi ! lJ fjlltJ. by my pbysieiau for sloonloasuwH j ly, Ka4TrlIreueiit ForwUbf Pen- coiJte cure and W worth $50 bottle la this one unless yon. can answer it, ooU afur McAIUIrr, MioforJ, au.1 W. lor Wtbcr, M. lVuojr A Merchant Traveler. ' i4mI km tbe catarrh." .1 abeerftiliy reeowwwd it," Wruou. Ml. My dm ny & McAHskr. n bo-lodow-crlcgood-size. non-dome- sti bj-in- g e tall-gat-e s 1 scri-bead!as-thdt kind-hearte- d d Aro widows really so fascinating? Tho popular impression seems to 1m that single women aro placed at an extremo disadvantage when brought into competition in tho matrimonial race with those of her sex who have once worn the orange blossoms, and who have been compelled by fate to assume the sable habiliments of woo. Strango to say, widows themselves do not sharo in this almost universal opinion. Thcro is not ono of them who does not bcliovo that she is heavi ly "handicapped, to say, in a con test, and who would not gladly ex chango places, if alio could, with her single sisters. Tho attractive widow, neverthelov, carries off tho bachelor swoopitakes very often, leaving her spinster rivals pale with envy and wild with rage. Her conquests, howover, aro very much exaggerated. Widows who have not a comfortable bank ac count, or a corner lot, find it as difll cult to elicit a proposal as other members of the sex. Whom wo first lovo wo rarely marry has be come a truism, and herein lies tho advantage of tho widow with a largo dower right. Tho old admirers return and tho old flame is easily relighted. Rcauty in distress with a package of government bonds is something quite irresistible New York "o Now York stock broker who was The following is from an exchange: on his way to Buffalo last week, obTho Great Mammoulh Show of S. served, says the Wall Sired Daily Nan, II. Barrett & Co., yesterday attracted that ono of his fellow passengers was peoplo for leagues around and filled closely regarding him, and after a tho town to overflowing. Tho street time tho man camo over and asked: TS, parade was tho grandest ever seen "Didn't I see you in Chicago in here, as demonstrated by tho wild 1870?" girations of a perfect caravan of adTho broker wasn't in Chicago that -IKKiVTViaitM 1N- miring boys and boys older grown." year, but thinking to humoi the The show is lVall Pnpcr. WIhch, MmMchI accompanied by over 200 DriiRH, stranger, he replied in tho affirmative people, and so far as we' havo learned, ClictHlrolr, IlooUrVr- I.lqtiarH, iHHlrtimeHfN, C'learH, 1'hIhIh, Nlnilnncry, 1'nckct "Don't you remember of handing a they wero orderly and well behaved. Mh XnhHCCoM, Nohih. CuMIcry, poor devil a silver half dollar ono night l'crriitHcry, Tiro Arum, MrcIiIho Tho ring perform anco was indeed NcciIIch. in front ot tho Trcmont?" wonderful, being participated in by Our Jewelry, Mlrcrwnro and Optical (foods Department ii In Charge of Col. "I do." Richards, who will Itenalr ttntclipaanil Clarkx I'mmnilr ami it, tv. i,o. fully one hundred performers. Many Til o. "Well, I'm tho chap. I waa hard ot the feats wero wonder inspiring and style. up, out of work and about ready to laugh provoking. Barrett aj ia not commit suicide. That monoy made a merely a show on .paper hut tho "bills now man out of mo. By one lucky wero filled" with a scrupulous exact shift and another I am now worth ness and in fact, ao far as wo havo $25,000." learned, tho intercourse of tho entire "Ah I glad to hear it." company with our peoplo has marked "And now I want you to take $5 in them as gentlemen and ladies of tasto place of fifty cents. I can't feel easy aud culture. At Stanford Saturday, until the debt is paid." October Gth. Tho broker protested and objected, Mutton for Austkalia. That hut finally just to humor tho man he cargo of 390 tons of frozen mutton, took hia $20 bill and gave him back 815. Tho stranger soon withdrew, recently sent from New Zealand to and everything might havo ended then Loudon, has set statisticians in tho A M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opora House Block, Stanford, Ky., ALFREDS WHITE. GXItfGIItflVrATIy O. iCMiii wits BiiBi i aVsB h AiSf !l!i&Llrc I Iiuvo in stock over 800 Finished Hloiiuiucntsjiii Scotcli and American Granite and Italian and Native Marble, which I am selling at reduced priccsjin order to nialcc room for new slock. prices from 5 to 10,000. Designs arc new and H. G. RUPLEY, JViEKCIf ANT GCAIIiOR, liiL JrralliiViK Trade Mark. Stanford, - - Kentucky Twirl) JLTffi MMtm -- IPHARMAGISTS PIULHIU - Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. rhjrijrclina' accurate! A In roiuinunJtd i ui:uj:i,i:itfi l,JaajjaBKglilcred. Largest Slock of Watfhrs, Clocks, Jewelry & MUerware Kfr brought to thli market. IMces Lower than I ho Lowo.t. Watchoa, clock and Jcwclrr abort notice and Warranted. Uvesy i Sale Feel SITIAIBIIilXSI! 4 Nico lot of Horses and Fino Turnouts. sonable. Hates rea- Is wanted by me. I will pay the hfghest market price. I also deal is And can supply , COAL!quantity. it any in A. T. NUNJVEMaElT, Stanford, Ky. The Interior Journal Steam Print ing Office does all kinds of Job Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. STEAM PRINTING! w. P. Walton, Prop'r. WXXtStTX& - B2X'Xr. FIVES IDE-NTrtCftYal any iftvjfc (Zay of the year. Bummer fWkwt iwut open fur, rtctiring tbittentK wvw.w. W " Ma tfc i tf tksiMifUl iM, U j ailar lBtKt la iv Am-- nti l htvlf Mua mmcmiI frhHh TrataVJaf,4 tkW? 041f, WriWf llk U 4 kaUiatff xJlKttatf U AlHVrMft. SSUa4 t M Hl b4 M Maf l(aWJK rKiifl lfrt-tlf-f sf iht. SfcWWMf ltjk RMaajtatSt. pwskisktM J ntaaaatiM. uiiawiriw u iaiils CrrwJM. rsubii, sU. TtsM ltutj la awi.Uto IW f J IMlilatSBA aiLhs. HattaJaM TwUi aval. tmmMuu Tm4m, ltv4a, SuiMkMtf, mCaaita fnsal I B k4f4 U ft pM m. 4 Ha- Kttt4rM U ! hattilr. Mict M niinnra tW l!Wf m ttivoJ U aiW ft4itM 4 lbs) t'witmtj, al mm'm IViws t f Btvf Ml h Trfr. rWotlaW af UlUa fahfHhor. ? m tm fr SI f b S ktvWf wsr fcH IM ! M4Mia frM fr4 r4fa 1sUIh reamUf imCtshiii fw. Tfc FiaitlaWsU H . vim"! I mi ii.kbUi, WHJHHt R. SMITH, PrWt, i nlnmaw, StuiladM Commercial Colltge of Ky. University, Lexington, &y. . iwji lfft.' tb 3 pass a law for taking the senee 01 the peoftf, c How Is the (.ten-er- a! Assembly to The trial of Wn. HuteMsss, for ience liM pointed owl?" m to what "experIs not the sentieomlUl an outrage on Ctrrle Oomm, ment of the people m expressed at the polls at Junction City, is t for Frhtar. Thsl the true criterion? Is it to be presumed of Bob Woodo for wife murder, Is set for that the people of the State do not know obm (ntentleti of focallnc in Ky. fame and steek of this section. He has Assembly shall i4e H. ', HHINHT. ! I t'V V, r. . WALT0N. A'ter SpreM ( rfl sf ( Ms Effi&iitun JulerUir Jmrml Loumviu.K, Ky., Sept. 20th, 7 r. M. The L. A N. should advertise "rhindinrf room only" on It cars. The Knoxvillo express on which I came this morning bad over SCO passengera crowded on it ami the veteran Capi. Sweeney was literally worked down by the time we reached the ci'y, 1) hours late. This has been a big day In Louis-villand one that will be long treasured in the nerasriea of those Kentucky editors fortunate enough to be present at the reyal banquet spread for them by the Exposition directors. Owing to the short notice, less than fifty of them were here, but invited guests, noUbly, Senator Vance, of North Carolina, Gwynn, of California, our own Cerro Gordo and editors of other States ran tho number of plates to over a hundred. Col. Lewis Clark was master of cere, monies. Mayor Jacob and Col. Kelley welcomed us. Col. Johnston responded in behalf of tho prnH, and Judgo Kincaid flitted around making everybody happy. Of tho banquet, tho toasts and the good cheer, wo must wait to expatiate when wo can dosoat less cost than by telegraph. A tremendous crowd was at tho Exposition, which grows better every timo you eee it, and our advice to everybody is, stand not on the order of your coming, but como at once to the greatest show of the age; W. P. W. TnE tariff plank of the Now Jersey democratic platform U modeled after the Ohio and Virginia document. It reads: "We favor a tariff for revenue, limited to the necessary expenditure of the Government and so adjusted as to give protection and encouragement tD industry and labor without producing or fostering raon- oplies. Tiik Cincinnati Nam Journal has a $100,000 libel suit on hand. Gen Hickenlooper claims that he is the man referred to in a scandalous article and he must havo reparation in money. He also had warrant for criminal libel served oa two reporters, and the officers were hunting for Got. Underwood at last accounts. home-productiv- Monday next. On the 13th, llcrnse for the marrtsge of J. W. Harris and Sallle E. Moore, was iMiied; on the IBlb, Clay Rmllh and 7M Wheeler, on the 10th, K. A. McKee and Florence K. Drown, ItryanUTllle, Stanford, Lancaster, Burden's Mill and Danrllls ere now connected by telephone. The office here I at Gilcher's Hotel. The wires are not In perfect working order yet but will be In a few days. Bishop J. C Keener, of New Orleans, who has just returned from Conference recently held at Cynthlana, is In town the He will regutst of Jno. V. Proctor, main until after Sunday and preach at the M. E church, South, at 11 o'clock A. M. Dr. V. V. Taylor was returned to this church by the Conference. Iter. J. Rand Presiding Elder for the Is continued a Danville district. Prof. Teramon and son, of Nashville, Tenn., are at the Central Hotel. Miss May Wliilhou-e- , win his been visiting her sisP. Ctcll, left Tlnrsday for Balter, Mrs. timore, where sbe will attend school. Messrs. Thomas and W. A. Wither, of Ludlow, were at the Clemens House Wednes day And Thursday. Michael BlowisnosoO, of Moscow, Russia, was at the sime hotel on Thursday. Also P. Dickerson, Esq , of Cincinnati, attorney for the Cincinnati Southern Rillway, who Is hero at court In the interest of his corporation. C. T. Armstrong and Ed. Penny sold to Ynnkr A Maxwell, of Missouri, 17 yearling mutes at $05 per head. I'll. Penny sold to nrao parties G head mare yearling at $110 each. W. II. Prewitl and V. W Nell bought of Brady and Torn, G.1 No. I fat sheep at $3. CO per hundred; 67 No. 1 lambs nt 4 cents. Same parties skipped to Cincinnati this week, 79 fat hogs paying for them 4 and 4 cents; Wakefield, Farris & Co., sold, on Tuesday, 8 mules 14 to 15 hands high from 4 to 0 years old at $119 to Scroggan & Hudson, of LouisTitle. In the Circuit Court, on Monday, Q Sampson wai fined $50 each In three tippling house caic, and in one case for selling beer to a minor, $50. T. Hanemcn for suffering gaming, $200. On Tuesday Joe and Geo. Lafrew were fined $10 each for trespass. J. R. Bruce was convicted on three charges of selling liquor to minors, fine, $50 In each case. Phil Woods, tour convictions for selling to minors, $50 each Jno. Webber, violating Sabbatb,$20. L & N. Road for obstructing track Ac, two con victions, $50 each. C. S. R. R. two convict e ions for same offense. Pjrry ville & T. P. Co., for not keeping road in repair, $20 fine. Charles Viley, grand larceny, (stealing a gold watch from J. A. Bottom) 3 years in the penitentary. Theo. Bonta, for parsing counterfeit gold coin $500 bond forfeited. E. a whether their Constitution suits thetn or not? Is It to be ptesumed that a majority of the Legislature have better knowledge as to what expel lews has pointed out than 177.497 .out of 251,301 citizens? The Intent and meaning of the Constitution is that the General Assembly In paving such act will represent the wishes of a maiotity of their constituents will, in fsct, obey a demand of their coartitttcnls. It was not meant nor Intended br the framers of that article that the Legislature might with propriety, acting upon Its own judgmen or whim, regardless of the wishes of the people or rather, in disrrgsrd of their wishes put the people to the expense and trouble of voting on this subject every two years. Now, notwithstanding the sovereigns of this Commonwealth have said emphatically and solemnly in 1879, In 1831 and in 1833 every time they havo been called upon that they do not desire a constitutional convention, I venture to predict the next General Awemblv will not be In ses sion forty-eighours before some statesman, neither believing in the existence of fool killers nor in a hereafter, will Introduce a bill with the customary mendacious preamble of, "Whereas experience has pointed out the necessity of calling a convention, Ac." And there is no risk In further predicting that a majority of that body will vote for his bill, and that we will have the regular biennial farce to enact over again in 1885. Tho truth is this thing Is likely to become a permanent and incurable alUiclion. It is to be deplored that "ex e has not pointed out" to our representatives the necessity of exercising n little common sense on this one subject. Stanford, Sept. 1833. J. B. Cattle Ranching in Tetas. AT STANFORD! BRIGHT - ON - k AND CURRAN, HARDWARE, SATURDAY, OCT. 6 GROCERIES MAMmOTH mONARGH And OIkhhIIo Ca!ahn nfi! AHtiiKCHtrnl OrxniilcnflAHH l'miniillcil In New Iliiltc'I WeiiKtir IVholcfttttoaHtt Ketnll JMHlcrilH tVKIVNWAKK, sA. We run two houses, oarry the Largest Stook 1h town; pay cash for our goods, whloh enable us to soil you nloser than any one. All we nRIQIIT & OURRAN. ask is a trial. IWs W. H. HIGGINS DKAIXIl IN Oriental CircMH.JEKjriiilHit Caravan anil Ilnlvcmnl f EXPOSITION LIVING WONDERS IlartlwHrc, Iroa, llorxo Nlioow, JVallM, ItKKy H'IiopIk, NIovcm, NfieUeM, Gra(M, ItliHH, Ntoucvrarr, NHittllrN, GraccrloM, ItHrcHHwarr, ItitKKy 1VhIk, CaHn MIIIh, IlaracMi, Ciilcr MIIIk, Ijip Carers, Corn MiHIcnt, ,'ollarH, Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and Cast Pamps, and tho Celebrated Mayflsld Elevator. Tin Roofing and Qa.terinjr will havo prompt attention Sitlrmmeix I rj ( ,Wr, ,,,, - Max-vill- Calling a Rest on the Constitutional Call. Editor Interior Journal: I'N i flj IK' ';f Observing in your last Friday's issue What could be meaner than this for a statement of tho result of the voting at the Bourbon News? "How would the last election on the question of calling Phil Thompson and Frank James do a Constitutional Convention, I am moved for a Presidential ticket? We venture to make a few remarks on that rather tire some subject. According to that statement the assertion that they could carry the tellers only reported 169,173 as the Kentucky and Missouri, at least." whole number of citizens entitled to vote Henry L. Pierce has created at thatlection, while 222,790 persons actually did vote. This indicates an error much surprise by writing a letter de- by the tellers in favor o'f the project of clining to be a candidate for governor calling a convention of at least 53,623 votes; before the republican convention of and yet, in spite of thi undue advantage to I i.aalsaSSaV'a1' Massachusetts. He is afraid of Ben- the conveDtlonists secured by the cunning dodge of ascertaining the number of votes jamin perhaps. by tellers Instead of in the customary man Gov. Knott has begun the Col ner, the project was defeated by 21,765 nuisance, by promoting votes. This calculation la made upon the four Louisville gentlemen to that rank. assumption that the votes cast at the election (222,796) wero the whole number enOf the 38 States in the Union, 25 titled to be cast in the Stale. But the fact 100 100 EMPLOYING OVEll have democratic Governors. is that 222,790 is very far short of the actual number. Borne idea of the differNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ence between this and the true number may Ltd by lb 0 rf at, the only of canned corn weieehlp be arrived at by making a calculation Ten ped from Portland, Maine, to Portland, based upon the number of votes cast in Lincoln county, and the number reported Oregon. Tho rrciulcr ol tbe Arena. A clock, which lias been In the Chen-aul- t by the tellers iu that county. The whole number of votes cast in the county was family, of Madison county, for eighty-thre2,609, and the number reported by the tellLAKCAKTEU ADTEUTISEBEXTS. jean, U still ticking away. The Greatest Urlng Horw woman on Kirtb. Rsr. James Kendo, of Newark, N. J. ers aa being entitled to vote was 2,941 D. P. WALTEH.- fatally cat hi wife in New York City,and showing the difference between the number voting and the number entitled to vole, to catting his own throat jumped from LANCASTER, KY. Tbs Famous lour and fclx llorao Itidtr. ba 332. Now, if the tellers in the other Office orrr Cltlteni National llink. Office hours fourth story window. Both will die. from 8 to 12 A. K. and from 1 lo s r. f. Hon. AVm. Faxon, Assistant Secretary counties had used the same diligence that BAM M. HUBDETT, of the Navy under Gideon Wells, died sud the Lincoln county tellers did, the number X1A.W, The Marieloua Triple Oar IV rkruun. A.TTOltNE'Vr denly at Hartford, Conn , Wednesday of citizens reported in the state as entitled LANCASTER, KY. to vote would hare been 251,201 instead of morning of heart disease, aged slity-t.rWill practice In Ourard ana adjoining counties iiat-iji- j The Ford brothers were hooted and 169,173, and the majority against calling anu ixmn 01 Appeal. Iu her cbanutoj L'uueatrienno Scene, entitled "Tho Bide of Abydoa." hissed in a Loulsrille variety theatre in the convention would have been ascertained H. O. KAUFFMAN, the scene where Bob Ford slays Jesse to be 103,793. In other words, the result XjA."V, r ATTOUNJEY Jam's. They say they hare had enough of would hare shown that there were 177,497 LANCASTER, KY. .trial BlcyclltU of the Nineteenth Century, wboto Wonderful Performances on the Inrlatble Wire of our citizens against the movement to Kentucky. 61 feet In the Air, Holds Thousands of reople Iu Vreathleas Awe. Maatcr Commlaaloncr Oarranl Circuit Court. Will The stockholders of the Florida Ship 73,704 in favor of it a difference of con- practice In all tna Courts of Oarrard anil adjoining counties ana in ins uouri 01 Appeal. siderably more than two to one. Caual and Transit Company met at New MfeMBBBBBftBBBBBSaBBBBBBSBki&ft. nanBSS fl SH Ought not these facts to convinco York and ordered the Board of Directors any one that the people of Kentucky are to contract for the eesttructloa of the canal not suffering for a revision of their organat the earliest possible day. Minnie Kcssler described In some of ic law? Ought not this action of the newspapers aa the reigning belle of Somer people end the expressions of tbeir,wlshes set, and en other a the concubine of an on this subject heretofore repeatedly and engineer, committed suicide at the depot emphatically given to entitle them to a rest about this subject? Is it good statesmanthere this week by shooting herself. An offer of $80,000 has been refused ship or in any sense good policy to be rewho baa come peating this monotonous performance of for the eelt within a half a eeeend of tho fastest time enumerating the voters and taking a vote of Maud 8. It it doubtful if the owner of oa this question at every biennial election? SfcBBBpC2BfBBEEMTJl'v''''- adsaaaV F'J'V" KeTaBBBBBT r AafPRST W i the colt would eessMer an offer of $50,000 I think not. To say nothing of the Impoliteness of propounding the same old far alia. The Court of Appeals has just decided question to each voter every two years, In a libel suit that to authorize a recorery "Do you vote for calling a convention, or in as action for libel the words must have not?" the expense attending these numerbeen Mthltshed with malleioua latent, and ous experiments is by no means inconsidAcknowledged lbs OreateilAcrobatt of the At. it b with the Jury to say whether or sot erable. The cost of printing the act at they were so published. A very sensible each aessioa and of printing the thousands JFIOTZ of copies of It that are always provided ami jut JcWofl. Th Great Irish Athlete, In bU8apiionItn Feitl. advertising It la the newspapers for, and of RULE C9IMTT. of the state, and the cost of extra 30 UaHblo HamertmHlt I.cHHerH 30, Led by the Great hh1 Ohiv George Ityau ami DttHlel O'llrlcti, C'HauipleHH Ike Werlrt. and the fees of tellers, amount la JLttHOMHter tit Ike Work oa the turnpike between Shelby the aggregate to perhaps $10,000 00 each ! Juaetlon CM k progressing rapidly ossMlen. This is certainly a foolish and "FKKB AY MAK," the fchaaapearcAi Jester. J OKI. H, headed by th King waste of money, as well as aa wfcea osaplettd will be of great ad (aexeutahle tt taullth Knockabout i'aotooiliulat, ALBKHT UASTSN. Imposition of labor "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," A Troup of Australian Maori, Arabs, Zulu, ludlans aoj tb Peculiar Peopl trow every cllio In th unaueeassry and world, fir BMasoiMuue. a wiy 01 iitjiiiuui, iiiuiuiuaivu im bjeciue wuauueiieii. --Her. Ww. M. Sbaw At HI., w upeti the oifieers of station for which LANCASTER, KY. Lata iLlt wV aa asjaaarv la Mk father's they get m eoatpeMallea. 1 UH The artlcfe of the Csnetllutloa under fatally. Mr. awl 'Mm. L, T, Qoldw Chariot, Triumphal Cars, Cars! ere, Deniolaellea, Duerrlfi, L'lrpbsn'e, Camels, Ostriches, which these votes are taken provldas that, this week far their bMsVis) Cldesgo. lilraav, stloodN Hones, routes, anj A uaAou aiiwuuaiuau vmri.i, cviiiwdi a Marui Gras Eipoiltloo, will U siren ou tbe morula of lb day ol Kxhlbltto'i Tbla grand and uipotlog Cbtlisotl, O., "u Aot UTxritHM Mtt pomt out the ntmtity of -- Mr,J.KPeon, BpecUcI Is over Tbre Wllee In Length, ard tbe Steam Air Hblp Iu Operation outalde. KuimUr Oct. S. was here ttti week, loeking at the fine umtndmj tint OmttUvtum," lbs General Itts r'Ktt; to all. Kxcuieloa rate on all railroad. Will aUo exhibit at LKBAMON, FrcffielMS onel-makin- g car-loa- Mr. Dudley Portwood and Msiar W. V, Johnson, recently from Fort Worth, Texas, have for scvera. days been in our city and vicinity for the purpose of disposing of the Capital Stock of The Double Mountain Cattlo Company. Tlds is a chartered cor poralion under the laws of Texas. Iiavini! for its purpose the raisini; of cattle in that Slate. The principal office will be at Fort Worth, ana gentlemen or high husincs standing have the business in charge. The authorized capital stock is $250,000 of which $85,000 has already been subscribed. It is neceajary to sicure as much aslSO, uuu in oruer 10 mate purcuase 01 the pro pertr proposed as the basis of this orsanl zation, and which consists ot the following 7,000 high grade Western items cattle; 125 excellent horses; 31 sectloia or 19,840 acres choice crszlng and well watered land; 4 good mules; 1 good ranch house; 1 wagon and harness. The lands are located in the southern portion of Stonewall county, upon the Double Mountain Fork of the Itrszos River, That rive' and tributaries furnish never- failing water supply. The lands are covered with fine Cur ley Meequite grass; and the whole country in that vicinity is admirably adapted to the prosecution of this lucrative bu siness. No ranch could be better located or selected for that business. The climate is so mild and the grasses so fine, that cattle multiply rapidly in numbers and keep in good condition without the necessity of nrovidine anr other food supply. The railroads built Into that portion of the state within the last few years, furnish quick transportation to all the markets of the East, and consequently furnish a good market at the ranches for the three year old steers at prices ranging from $3d to $4o per head. In that mild climate cattle are so healthy and prolific that the numbers will double every three years after taking out all the three year old steers. As the expenses are very small it is manliest that Investments will yield large annual dividends upon the investments, and it is perfectly safe to ex pect st least 25 per cent, and even greater returns where the business is well managed Such returns may appear very large to 1 people who are usually content with six to ten per centum per annum. And it is re markable that akbuelneas yielding such handsome probts should be so completely safe as this. Banking institutions and capitalists of Texas regard cattle as furnishing the most desirable charades of security for loans, and borrowers who can furnish such security are always supplied. Many of our citizens with idle money in their possession may fine safe and profitable in vestment in lue biock 01 mis company. Our prudent and cautious citizen Mr. Leo Havden. has subscribed already to $5,000 of this stack and will probably subscribe for $0,000 more, tie has made carelul in vestigation of the bucines and gives evidence of his judgement by his subscription We advise others of our community to in vestisate the business and to consider the propriety of investments. Maj, Johnson will shortly return to Texas, but Mr. Portwood will remain in this vicinity for tome fifteen days, and will be glad to communicate with anyone who may feel interested. I EvBEBEiIlta7fgMeariiSla "" y lHsffi r yJ-. bEBv I V ? V .aWsr 'EEEwrJEFKEEBsEsEiSJSM- - CsaVv 'yByyEsBssMsEtfsEEEEEEKmEEgUgEE SSsBE V M IfEVSHSasBBBaKSES t"3lt JJT 500 PAIRS Ladies', Misses mid Children Fino and dium Grade Me- roalll'tly Comlog mil will cihlbll In all III Stanford, Saturday, Oct. 6. 3 Largo Monngcrics Combined, last rl.llrf lr al - Herds of Elephants, Mammoth Double Horncil Illiinoceros, A Herd of Giraffes, Full Grown Ostriches, Polar and Grizzly Hears, Sea Lions and Sea Leonards, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibia, A Museum Thoso arc Ercsli Fall Goods and Parties SHOES I Wanting SCHOOL SHOES! Should Govern Thonisolvos Accordingly. of Wonders, A Veritable, No ah's Ark, Nothing Like it on BRUCE, WARREN Earth, & CO. Belittle all oilier lUblbltloni Into duarMlte Iniltnltcanw. THE BIGGEST 3LaV3isS t BEST CIRCUS tfalBSBSBBVkw KVE1S OKQANIZED PREPARE I t BEFORE IT IS TOO LA.TE, FOR FALL SEEDING! - e e, The Baker Spring Hoe Gram Drill; The Trump Grain Drill with Spring Seat, Champion Performers ! The Buckeye Spring Shoe Grain Drill, e Mr. Clmrlo.s Ener.s, The Star Grain SUI103301V DENTIHT, Drill, THE K.E3STO BBOTHERS, At The Albion Spring Sulky-Harronvrisei Jennie ESxtvox's, I1AJ,"KTTA and WAXXiACE, and Broadcast Seeder, The Kalamazoo Spring Landretlr's Tooth Sulky Harrow Craicleii and Broadcast Seeder, The Moline Sulkey Plow, Seeds 3ff The Cassedy Sulky In Bulk, and the Plow. Nicest Line of THE TJEOTAICI BKOIHEItS, One-horsA-t"V JBaaHGa-- fESWWSa " LTfc And be sure you examine, before pur chasing, our line of Seeding- Implements, as follows: FURNITURE Iu M. FRANK WIM.IAMN. ef This line of Implements cannot be celled. ex- poll-boo- a4 al unj-os- -- -! (sbjbb Also remember we make a Specialty ot Jbisn brothers wagons, WebXO 10 03T.0W"3JreS ster "Wagons and Columbus Buggies and Carriages, of which TPVEZm JS"ra3E3EST DaP.DFLA.IEl my stock is always full and complete. Laufh-MaVf- r, GEO.D.BUItDLTT&CO., GEO. D. WEAKEN. mi-3&ttk- li nieritrixntal Mnmf, 8ptiiber . Bio line of hatneii, Bright A Ciirran. IOlWaTl figures arrAJjrjromx). hcy. Friday 21, 4 N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall KipreM mil mm"" train" going Netth Houth rvwilli Bur the Oale CMIM Piew the best " and cheapest of T. R. Walton. 1883 Wanted Batter, Kg, Cabbs, Bweet Potatoes and Haws. T.R. Waltoa. A New Invoice of Queensware and (HsMware just received at DrizV A Cur- M I 01 A. ran's, was caught up and fined 9 yrtterday for a breach of the peace committed In March last. Noth ,,,,, I , a. Allar IIeazi.ey LOCALNOTKES. ready mixed ptlnU t Is A Blagg's. Jos. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A MoAlrstef o!e) V can soil vm, a gun any wben from $ I to $76. MekobttiABiiK Hsurm new Mock of ever v thlmt In Hit Jawtlry Use at Penny A McAlUler's. Watch w, Cloeka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllster. For congas, colds, " Compound Syrup While Pine. Put up In 25o and 60c Trial tin 10c. Mclloberts A But Paints of Penny A McA lister. Oysters, and Fun received at J. T. School Hooks it McRobrtts and flue's. Harris' dally. Will serve oysters at 25c and Nicr Hook of birthday csrda t Penny A 30o per doxen at all hours; diy or night. McAIWer'o. r t Colt's Double Persons who kill pirtridgei before the rli A Stag'. 15th of October are liable to bs fined V for Brfeeh-lniJIn- Standard er each bird. The law should be rigidly forced. en- Mil, PERSONAL Hay Paw, Dedrlch steam power and engine for ssle. Will set! both together or reparalely; will give purchsser benefit of my hay trade. Price and terms reasonable. (lto. D. Wesren. The Last Call. I expect to leave Stanford the first of October. All persons Indebted to me are requested to settle by that time, or I will be compelled to leave their accounts in the hands of an officer. m Mk, Awmtvv Kvars la at Danville. come at last, too late to do Ksv. J. H. Prr.fLri wai lierj jesttr. much good, but we are thankful all the day. asms. His brethren will therefore rise and lloiiT. H. I.YTI.K la 111 tlie cltiee buying slog, "Prslre God from whom all blessing goods. flow." The List good r.In waa about th visitMim Kmma Cook, of Mercer, Is dlli of July. ing relstlve litre. The blue colionsde pints that the wife Mm. Jank YoUNO.of Lancaster, la the murderer, C. Mnndl, wore the dsy lefore glint of Mm. J. P. Ilailey. Mihh Amanua Hicks, of Danville, la the murder, were found In an near the dwelling last Tuesday, with btood visiting MIm Annie Hook. Mim Doi.mk Williams, ol Huston on Ihf in in. I the prints of his hsnds in btood on the sides of his panls. vllle, waa In town tills week. AnMirsCnniMAN,M!aeaKIUnand Attention, HunteimI Mclloberta A gle Bslloii aro In Louisville. Blags have just received the largest and Iltr. J. Lansing llumiomi la with mcMt complete stock of breech and muxxle relatives litre for a few das. loading Shot Rifles, Oarae-bigs- , MR.L. 1'. Hanks, of Niw Zealand", Is pouches, Powder-tlisks- , New York Drop a gueat of the Francla Hotel. end Chilled Shot and Instruments for loadMim Fannie Jonex.oC Mississippi, g ing and guns and at Ilia College this week. will set! them at bottom prices. Mm Amanda Diverts is with her Foot Cut Orr, John Pumphrey, emdaughter, Mrs. W. V. McKlnnay. Mm. BTiUlin and daiiRhter,MlM IVra, ployed by the L. A N.nt Stanford Junction, had his foot so bsdly mangled while coupwent to the Kspoaltlon yeaterday. CouC II ItocilEMTEK has gone toaee ling cars Wednendsy night aa to render amputation necewiry. lis was brought to after Lie lota In Superior City, Minn. Mm 8. 11. Bnucrlefton Tuesday to town and Drs. Peyton and Reid performed the operation in a very sstisficlory rain-nrjoin her husband at Orlando, Florida. after which he waa taken to the hosIIiaiRV II. Camxitx, of Covington, is pital at Loulivllte. now on the Interior Journal force. Miiww Ccttie and Helen Pudlic Sale. As the executors of A. went to Louisville, on Wednesday. Owsley, deceased, we will on Mondsr next Mrs. Annie Terhuni. and son, Char September 21th, at 3 p. m., offer at public ley, of Mercer, are visiting friends In town. aate the homestead of said decedent which Mr. W. M. la among the most pleasant In Stanford, REV.I.aMcELROYend Lackey are attending Pretbylery at Lebin- at junction of Hmtonville on. and Danville turnpike roads. Household Ma. and Mrs. T. M. Lillard were and kitchen furniture. A good buggy and the gueeU of Mrs. E. M. Carpenter yesterhsrness one cow Ac Terms msde known day. Sodem west to on day of sale. Dr J. R. and W. W. Owe- Mm. Mr. e Shot-guntd breech-loadinr, Tiiuu-MON!) W.T.Orten. The rain has -- The Northern Methodist Conference at BarboRfivllle.msde J. H. Taylor, Presiding Elder of this Ihe Lexington District, real K. R. Hill, lo Dwvllle; J M. Cook, to Highland; J. 0. Bruce to Mlddltburg and H. W. Bailey to Somerset. Rev. B. D. Putter, of the CiimberlaiwI Presbyterian Church, began a protracted meeting In a grove nesr Orlnstead's store, Metralf county, on August 28, snd up lo last advices there hid been 152 professions, and there were still CO or CO seekers. The meeting at the Baptist church in this plsce continues willi unabated inter est, Mr. Topper Is doing a grand work and Ihe people show their appreciation of his labors by flocking to heir him preach. There are confessions at nesrly every service and there have been 14 additions up to yesterday, Richmond Herald. The pew at Christian church, long oc cupied by Miss Hsllle Eitlll as a member of the choir, wai draped in mourning last Sunday. It brought tears to the eyes of many when they looked upon Ihe vacant sest to know that she would never occupy It again. Elder Wilson's allusion to her death in his absence was peculiarly touch ing. Itlehmond Herald. The Kentucky Conference of the M. K Church South, closed it session at Cynlh- Isns, Tuesdsy, It will be seen to the of miny that Mr. Morrison has been returned to the charge here. The oilier appointments In Ihe Dsnvilte District arr: J. Rand, Presiding Elder; Danville, W. F, Taylor; Harrodsburg, W. I. Roland; Perry vllle, J. W.Harris; Macksvlllr.C E IUrll; Chaplin, J W. Hughes; Jaw, rmreburg, W. B Kavanaugb; Camdens Vllle, J .CI. Hsgsn; Salvisa, W. II. II. Dilate; Jesesmlne,G. I). Turner; Lancailer, W. H Grlnstesd; Stanford, II. C Morrison; X Hall; College Hill, C. M Richmond, Humphrey; Somerset, J. II. Williams; Itiirndde Minion, Calntown Mi'don, Mission and Liberty Mimti ii, to be supplied. Rev- - J, R l'eeples, goes to Ihe 11 III street church, Cjvlngton. A stormy di'cnsslon occurred over a dl'sennlon in the Williamttown church, which resulted In a failure lo rrcogtlfts the Willlamitown College. The next meeting will be held in Mount Sterling in September. n a LAND. STOCK AND CROP. O. G. Ware .told yesterday, to Jiiuei Johnson, lGlicifers at S cents. Eight Isrge work mules and ten fine milk cows for site. Apply to or address S.Owecs, Huitonvllle, Ky. At the recent Lexington and Paris fairs Tliomss 8. Grundy, of Wsshington two bulls and three county, on heifers, ton sixteen premiums, calling for short-horn- $710. and Phil Louisville Tuesday, to Like in the Exposi. tion. Havino secured the agency for the only Miss Halub PHIUl-- s and Mrs. Bag-gcooking stove In the market, we west to Mitehellahurg yeaterday after- offer it to the public at a price aa low as noon. and defy competition on K. B. Woods, who baa been very the cheapest grsde is now out of this new Columbia. We can refer you to low with Cholera Morbus, over fifty parties using it In this county. also have the largest etuck of stoves Mas. Jams Green, of Htislenvllle, We sod hardware ever brought to thia market, las bees visiting her brother, Mr. J. Slain, and remember that hereafter we will tell this week. Mrs. Virginia Truiheart and Mra. goods at Ihe very lo west pricesever oflcred Tsylorand children Isft for Staunton, Va., Bright A Currsn. first-clss- s .Mr. , r A TELEORAM was sent to County Attor yesterday. Mim Mart Khelton returned a few ney Carpenter from Kings Mountain yester- visit In dsy evening to the effect that Geo. Bill had days ago froa a been seriously wounded by a pistol abot from Mim Nettie WravLu returned from some man whose name waa not given. It &a also reported that the politician, Peter Bloomington, III., where she Lu bsea atChandler, had shot him a min in another tending school. Mr. Alex Robinson and daughter, portion of the county, but the particulars Miss Dells, of the East End, were here in neither cue could be obtained. It ia aafe to surmise, however, that if Pete hurt shopping yesterday . Mm. Anna Damdhidoe, of Como, bim at all he hurt htm badly. Miss., ia with her aick brother, Mr. W. T. Little Personals. The proudest man McOchee, at the College. in town this week Is Mr. II. C. Bright. n rrr .l v. virtual nuu Since Tuesday night he has been the'fath- uuil.runu luurtui Walker G. McKInney have been taking boy and the town la much erof a In the Exposition this week. too small to hold him. Those who have Judge W. R. Oaksox, J. Hillock Br... "been there" tell us though that about six lou and J. T. Carson took the 2:33 a. m. weeks wilt suffice to take all the stlffenlDg express for Louisville yesterday. out of him, when paregoric having failed Our editor is enjoying the hospitality to dolts work he has to trot up and down Exposition minigeinent , of the Southern the floor in his night clothes lo quiet the with hie brethren of the State press. ' Mwmm Lizzie Valenti, Minnie Din- little equaller. Horn to the wife of T. Mc Holmes, at Crab Orchard, on the 18th, a widdle and Laura Englsaaan were the guests 12 pound boy, which Spears Filler fur ' of Miss Jennie Richards Wednesday. ther saya they have named Cheater A. Ar Mrs. Ellen Haymakeh, pf Born on the loth InaL, to the wife who hss been visiting at Mrs. B. thur. of Richmond Rochester, of Birmingham, home yesterdar. H. King's, returned Ala , a fine boy baby ''Richmond Roch Mm. Mauoie W Coleman, of Yesleiday to Mrs. R. Milting- Is with her sister, Mrs. Annie L ester. Jr." ly a boy that lips Ihe beam at 12 pounds. Hslra, who baa been quite ill of fever. We held Ihe furffii open aa late a possible Mkmm. O. B. Polk, Morgan Mow closo befuie Ihe reLewis, of West Term., have Isat night, but had to and A. W. and turns were all In. been visiting Mr. O. A. Swlaebroad, looking out for good stock In this locality. MARRIA0ES. Mm.Judoe J, M. Philips baa gone In Louisville, Wednesday, Mr. Law la t Rielirnond, Va , to visit her father, Col Hustlag, of Somrrs!l,and Miss America Apperson. During her absence Miss Belle II. this place, were united in marii-asTyree will preside a organist at the Bap- - Rout, of Every body who knows Miss Mec. ; tit eliureb. m she is familiarly calleti, Is cogoltint of LOCAL HATTERS. the fact that she la not cnty a handsome and agreeable young lady, but one especial, Timothv Seed at T. R. Walton's. ly adapted to making heratlf a true and Frisk select oyaters at 8. S. Myers', loving helpmeet, and Mr. Hunting deaerves BAR9AIN4 in harness are belogoflered by congratulation oa winning her. We hope they will be very happy. Miss Kittle 'T.R. Walton. Rout accompanied the couple to Louis- Kew tlawthv seed at bottom figures at vllle. A Curran's. Bright JeflVr-sonvlll- O. A. Swlneboard shipped lo Deliver, Tenn , yeterdsy a cir load of blooded heifer snd bull cilves purchssed in Lincoln, Boyle and Qarrard at an average of $60 per head. Capt. Powell sold to R. J. White, of Madlion.yi extra feeders, October delivery, at S cents. A. K. Denny sold to asme 29 head at a fraction less; both lota averaging about 1,200 poumU. W. D. Kidd has purchased in Clsrk county on commission for N. Lehman, of Baltimore, Md , 1,200 fat cattle averaging 1,000 pounds at from IJ to 6Jo per pound. This cleans up the fat cattle in Clark county. Georgetown Court. About 300 bead of cattle on the market. AH sold at prices ranging for feeders at from 25 to $4 SO, with good demand, yearlings $1 to $4 50 per cwL; calves $18 to $23 per head; mules $100 to $140; horses $40 to $30; a few good drivers and saddlers bringing $-- malarial lalnl probably) in the office of the BRICK RESIDENCE far SALE Oouritr Jmrnnt until the false rumors IX STANFORD, XT. afloat hid tima lodo their dirty wrk. Lawyers seem lo mike their esses turn loflVr tarsals prlrnMr my hoiiM snt lot en whlth Is ocmplM nrj. M. Katies, oittles, on Ihe existence of a motive for a (Viraerwt I'oMrnlflnfo Imslrsn particular act. A motive in this case I) sMa, For psrtltoliirf Jin. I.lini, Terms renon- vrllsinmest Htrper, Kn- not a problem difficult of solution. One m or ran on nooi n i.yue. onmr .1, r, ti: II. AXItKHSOX, thing, however, we think U certain: ll Ilsrpsr, Kitinn Hi to. lee will bs simply Impossible lo bring any deed-levmere and parched des StocI-IrTonylMoti- ce olation Into successful romielion as a sumWo want s (lniUt lluti". llorio or Mare, lo mer resort with the grand, work In our lllneo Muat to H',i lo II hamla and mountain-guarde- d calaraclof the Cum- nigh) alronir ami rompwtly Imllt ami well alnut fl rest! ol.l. well hroka ami tnr from berland, sll MemUb. Ytt auch s Mole wo will rsr llrr- st price, full, anil want It ImmHIalelr Crab Orchard. .1 i,i,i,himi iimii ".f It0-- t Kaat Ilernitaill, Ky Mr. and Mrs, W, O. Hansford have been appointed to leach the public school. They will open school next Monday. Mr. W. K. Buchanan's new house, Ws will now pay spcclsl stlentlon lo will, when completed, present quite a coxy a spnesrance. Mr. Geo. James has bought sroDHTOM the house and lot known as the old Hans- Wo prorata to lo aatlabetlon. ami wbrndmlrM for ford lrorty, on the corner of Somerset will ! P.lnl Flour meal.Wheal. Can mak either Iwltf I or unbolted and Elm streets. He will immediately be110-f CA1.INTKR A NAM.Ki:. gin tearing down the old house and erect a handrame, new brick on the grounds. Sick List, Miss Ida Pell us has re covered from a serious attack of malarial fever. Mrs. Mary Freeman has been quite sick for several day. Mrs, Sallle Reddow For tlis srreat and ilellrery lo ms of had an attack of vertigo a few days since Wm. lltinnrgnii nnd Jnmcs Rainwater. and fell while walking across the room. r. . xnirr,.ixi, Thefsll gave her a lerriblo shock. The 175 ir Jailer Lincoln County. friends of Mr. Geo. King, Sr., will bs glsd to know that ho Is much belter after a 13. long and dangerous battle with tho fever, though not well yet. Homffinpntlilc I'lijslcian, On Monday 17lh, at 8 r. M., nt the res KENTUCKY. idence of Mr. Ransom Carson, Mr. D. K. Fan Is and Miss Rattle Csrson were joined Ilraltl, ft.. (I.mpna Hum! offira onn. Ontntl women In the holy bunds of marriage by Rev, J, Mat llink, Hpctial attention lodlaciw ofllCVSin t eighteen jer. andclilllren lor tho O. Livingston. Attendants, Mr. Cbaj. W Hardin and Jdlss Jennie Kennedy; Mr. KKVJSKsllVCJEs, Hanger E Jones and Miss Little Carson. .TON. d The have been lovers for Lain of (Tumult, Otrrince A. Co., Kunlonl, Kj , with more than ten years. Mies Bcltio is & CO.. M. for her smisblllly of character and is a general favorite and loved by all who Iiu.tl-- i ami Jobbers of Vtj (ioo.tr. Notion,, Ac, TO,, i.rjt an &1BIH Direct, lor. ruin, know her. We congratulate Mr. Karris In KV. winning such a prlte. The hippy couple LOU1HVII,1jI., are now domiciled at the groom's father's. Mr. II. W. Farru. Miss Cynthia Csrson returned home .1 rt I n hat a nll this week to remain during the coming Hiving !. "" lUe UDurrxflgHVU.l L.Ihm si ai'iiuiuira 1. H. KautTinin, Urol.,., . a.f- - .. It haalmS winter. Miss Silllo Ward has returned now rcauy thvcilatGof mih- -. va letiio up is aM from a visit to friends in Garrard. Mr. till mi wlnst T..,u wUte will prweut them, prop In.tal,,.., I" 1. l ..Ill ... ,rilllP. ,.lw.li.,,w. In Ilia and Mrs, E. W. Jones have gone lo Jouis- - 1'IIJ could lorwaruanu rcme utuu.v. aatockol Therolarorprlvatoaale vllle to attend the Exposition. Mrs. Jake Higglnaand MIm Kittle, one of our lovli-e- Saddles, ITamoss, Bridles, Sic, &o. young ladies, are visiting in Lancaster. The SaiUles Win tin "celebrated Jemlaonjaike." Miss Nannie Stephenson, of Richmond, Tlieon .(mil will bo eoll for leu thin coit and onmi. tmi. ThaftnrlJlA and harnMa ahon ocruwho has been visiting relatives here, has plea lif 1. o, ivauuinan prior 10 ni utoiu u m.u ? a. i(UJii.Yni.i, numr.. returned home. Miss Pauline Rreclc has loraain. i;s-lluatonvllle. kjr. Btich- srrived and is (topping at Mr, John -- VALUABLE anan's. Mr. Alex Stephenson is at home on a brief visit. Miss Kiltie Douglass is quite ill. She hae a violent attack of Ihe heart discaso. Hon. a. niIKi;l.lisrinllilils IIoum of Iteprmratsttres. . TAisiuirr, ths nest for Ppetker si ESTHjL SPRINGS Pnpartv. ! 3 tt 1 Farm For Sale ! Aillnlnln. Ih. town of rtralfnnlatltlA. Marlon ttranir, Kyentiln'g 110 Arrew ol well Un.l; wnnt Iwo-tlodwelllns; and all neo naarf oilinillMinffa; goou wen, orcnani ana pin trof throMiert) larrs yard aronnd tb bona. AlaoInU Arreiof llmUr 1ir.d, V mlls from Karm, which I will tell very cheap. Call on or ad.lreM It. I'OOr,, ISit-- tf DridbrdiTllle, Ky. Ifivlnlaken rkngs ol this fameoi wstetlsg plies forhs coming teimn, I in now ti Reciive Gnstf. I I Iiits a corps a trained aervsntt snd will lo famish stirs ftallffrHc.ery To all persons AcrAmmettfUletHH dry-lin- forest-girdle- prnpor-tlon- School for Girls! will leach adar tchonl.for bnlldlng In Crab Orchard, In ptirtnll of health or plessurs. Ths medicinal nnaillles of I hew. waters too well known to Ihe Iwplaof Onlral Kenlutky to need adrtrrlptlnn nf thrlr protllea. Tha ritM of iKxnl will M rrsaonable. For further Information, apply to ms at Irvine, Ky. tr. ISMf S. M. PHACftVK. t lrta;tn ths Hprlngt to the: public C31tlNIN.-1 Itcf(lilHliljc.foiii1itY,rcl.:1, tjllrrr I8S.1, And continuing t mooths. 1 wllUbo inlsIM bj two eomnelert teachers, one in Instructor In music, for rurther particulars, lerma, Ac, srplj to M INS VA VI.IXK HHKVH. Creek, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Kj. Propr A Fine Blue-Gra- ss Farm hale. 2, 1883, which Irt- - Thig Old and Woll - Known I Will X'ny $25 Each JM6. T. NHE1TII, Reward ! At Ftsltllt! Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND OX TUESDAY, OCTOBER nul.tle outer r ths farm on Iti Proprietor ii Determined that slde, slUatcd sbout J)J miles from Hiinford, Linit Shall be Second to no Country coln countf, iramedlatrlj on Iho turnpike rout Hotel in the State ia its Fare, rrom cuniom ioDomertes,conuiinmK S7u rrra. Appointmenti, or AttenIt hat on It a conilortable and rwiTenlent dwelling necwith tlx rooms, a kitchen, good tmtn and all tion to Comfort of essary outbuildings. It lacscrptlomllr well wa their Guests. tered, mere ueing s never railing springs, oca hundred acrrs of this Isnd Is ttrlctlr No. 1 snd the reslduolsrood crsxine tltneeth.rlt Iss verr ex cellent stock farm. There Is on ths pises sn orch- am 01 aootu iwi young appio ireos in run nesnng of select fruit. At the asme time snd on the premlso io!d sll my pcrsonsl property, ises will 1 81 r,, 2 Milk Cows. J Dry orS Cows and other young Cattle, no well bre.1 Ewe,2 WaggiNl work Horses, 10 head of lloir 1 on, 1 Jersey Wagnn, i Mowing Machine and Farming Implements generally. AIoI3 Acrrtof Corn In Ihe Held snd a lot of Hay In atlckt. Terms made known on day ol sale, d td H USA ,V A . MKXIilWi:. "MRS; i tmm, i.i. Commercial nprnai aeeommosatlonsbeis te Traielera. The liar will will bs conveyed lo aad from thsitepot always (applied with the choice. krsadt or Llaaera sad Clssra. DAWIM.i; FRANCIS HOTEI-- . A8APH, Sale of Fine Lands newly-wedde- J. ROBINSON NOTICE ! a isr-I 1 awti. at Iitr-tor- of -- pu-a- st At Administrators with will annexed of Jsdson (livens, we will on I'HIDAY. ST. SS N.N.7, at his lata realdenra In SKIT. Kr. sell his entlr. estate, rcsl ind l.ln-coi- -n FORMEHLY IterCo.. aoml. consisting of two trsctt of Isnd. One of OOIVJKKKnetr (livens' Church adjoining the land of Albert niulth, tho Logan brothrri, (leorge Hoetomin and Wm. McAfee; asld Isnd Is rich. lit weil, la well fenced, well watered and In a nlgli Itivlnghid this Hotel ttats of cultivation. Tho other, the home tract, containing 3tO AVICI2S, sllustoonbolh sldis of tho Lincoln From liaseioent to garret, and Uoylo V. P. ltoad. S lultos from Danville and and 2 ml If- - from fchclbr ind Junction Cities, has X 11 In Intend to on It a food substantlil frauio dwelling ot seven rooms, good bim, granary, earrlage-hous- e and niniiuvr, necessary buildings also a good orchard. other Thia tract la til uitccptibleof cultivation and la And leave nothing nndono that will add to Iho finely adspted to the raising of corn, wheat Ac., COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. and IsRttQ agrsalug larm,bas on It 4 ncvrr.fall-lngaprlngswrllicnced tnd willmikea desirable home for persona socking one. STAWFOIH), - - KY. Kci'iirnislicd and Itoiltlcd Keep a strictly 8t Garrard Co. Lands FOR SALE. lr PERSONALTY. -Are offered Tho personalty coDilattuf Scows, 1 yoke oxen, 1 SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS 1 biigfy bull,2ycarllughclfert, horse, 2 biood To patronise, me. as I hiM every convrnl.nc anrh as NICK SAMW-- I'.OOJU), Ac,, for" their use. marcs, S3 head ot yearling mules, 4 large work' mules, 41 be 1 of hogs aod alwut 90 shoals; also 1 huggy, several shares In tho P. .fc II. T. I' Baggage Transferred to and from wagon, 1 ox Koat , farmlrg utensils, 1 tno .Depot free of charge. cart, 1 wbcit drill, 1 Oibome.reaper, 2 harrows (Jive me a call. W.S.FRANCIS. Ac. 40 teres of corn in shock. Tcrnislllicral ind will be ruaJe known on day ol sale Commercial Travelers GARRARD COOHTY $125 to $175. In Cincinnati the cittle market is quiet. Common 1 to 2; fair to medium 3 to 3; good to choice butchers 4 to 1; common to best shippers 4 to 6; atockers and feeders 31 to 4. Hogs are dull at 6 to 5.30 lor selected butchers and heavy shippers; fair to good packers 4 to 5; fair lo good light 4 00 lo 5 10; common 3 00 to 4. Sheep 2 ti 4; stock ewes 2 to 3J; do. wethers 3 to 3 Ltmbs ?J to 5 35c LINCOLN 300 prltata... iut Cirm of aboutni-- acres, ., .. ulo ..ll wv.wh Itlib - v.. Paint Lick. ,U uNlllHi awu, vug uti.g IU llh larffn rottaza houfun of eisht rOODll. In One of our young merchants is making namlNsrone repair, ill Deccasaryoulbuildlofa, and the land fertile and In a One state of cultltatlon, the feather trade a specialty. lltM.tna' In trraaa. Ofl therdarela a dlatllMrs. G. W. Kinnaird has Jour thanks lery of about HO biuhela capacity. The turnpike from Danrllls to Lexington runs through thlt for some very delicious peaches. Al farm, and the the location la Tery cunTenleoL twrtf, a pari or me We had a nice rain Wednesday, but as to 103 pike, adjoining the It. u. jone una, on ulibOTO. Tbo two placet timo much more would have been acceptable. win le asm as a wuoie, or aiviuoa laiun purchiaer will ilaohtro the option to Mr. J. S. Rucker is running his mill retio Tho distillery, or It can be removed. Also s the cropcr- .mallr-traillolnlnff tlm night and day in order to keep his many It, with fair linnrorcmentt. In the intersection 0 tho VaDtllle sod llucna Vlata turnpuea, conuin-tn- g a chawing. customers about CSicre. A imall trictoril icret, All the young men want to clerk for landa of T.Dunn. Ala.) a ttore house la town of Ilrjantiilllc, warehouao near the D.Q. Slaughter because it la no trouble for the In Jjincaster, a burial lot in tbo Lancaster depot All the iboTo property will be told on hia clerks to get married. tery liberal terms. Korlurther particulars call Mr. Willis Adams has sold hia stock of oo or address II.M. U Hlllk Sv'Sv, lirjiDtsTllle, Kj. sep. IS If goods to F. M. Lutes, at cost, taking in payment, Mr. Lutes' farm of 05 acres at $35 per acre. i. r. BIOWR Mirses Lula Pulllns, Sallle Tearl and saw If. BUKDSTT. BUBDETT & JJUOWN, Mrs. John Smith, In company with Mr. ATTOHNJ3Y8 A.T X.A.AV. Alvah Pulllns, took in the Cincinnati ExUl-lMT. VEKNON, KY. position this week. wiLiaoa a. vaaxos. If the people don't think that the K. t. w. vicNox. T. W. & W.E. VABNON, C. R. R, ia doing a thriving business, ask the sgent at Harris Station. He shipped HTANFOBD. KY. s of live stock from there Offlcv lu Owsle Jk oon'a new building up Italrs. twenty Thuisday evening. M. PEYTON, DEPARTMENT. ar.oiuiF. airr.xs, 171. Id odVr at , I,, A a.s. aiVKus, . Amlnlstrators, iTli cairn II BV FIR DANVILLE Add dftt.l!l (ha I'Amil.a rtn.. V..IIHn. -- . I. does, less changes and superior sccoramodttlons to ciarcisrsf atix Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, TDK MOST DESIRABLE EOUTK TO . PLANING MILL COMPANY. i The North, Northwest and Wost, In fict, If you conto uplato a trip in any direction, your interest will bo best served by purchasing your tickets via VT S1 an.l f'lnalna..,! ... .. Ca . t !.. II - iMiacQsjaii: iie-wv N-a. trani -- a yiuwuiwu, , auu uauusoaiciTi Iliriillu- Pnaaka. uuiuAu cw D"-wsHut-Bj Chair Cars .a form s the UDMualed od Eecllnlng equipment of thij Old llellablo, thereby ma king a trip orer tbU Hoe ono ol lalurious comfort and niAsjtirA Tssr It TIME TABLE. IN EFFECT JULY 29. 1S8S. l'Itor-SS10!- UL Minufjtlurcn of Sonm. Ltc. Covington.. No.it. 8 9 10 11 11 No.i. S 00 D C No. It. m Doora, SuhIi, BIlutlH, AV'lmlow f ainioutn Cvnthlans Arr. I'ar: ' 00 Uam 4n a m IS am am 4Upu IU l D 15 p a 1 Lve. l"arla jr ami Door Frnuies. Mohl- Iurh. Scroll Saw Worli.Turn- lus( a.t tajv. Arr. Islington.. Lve. larls. Mlllersburc. Carllilo Arr. Maysvllle HT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Managed b Bishop-Sigma- John B. fish. COUNTf. a Nice, aew lot of (Jueensware Just rtoe4v-e- d by T. R. Walton. We want to ssll 18,000 sawed shingles. Bruee, Warren A Oo. boy of Mr. Tony A Huiw, ol McRlnaey, died of croup a lew days ago. Leer. A pi" WHb- - & noaegram B. F, X. I'M wilt be rewarded br la.vlg it at this office. Mr. Owe P. Newland has beea appointed DsfHity MterM to eelleet taxee la the Crab Ofeltard preelsot. RELIBI0US. Dr. J. W. Cox will pretch at Rush Branch church next Sunday at 3. r. M A Cincinnati Methodist preacher has aued bis congregation for the balance due him. Kev.II.O. Morrison will preach at Hslls Gsp church next Suudsy afternoon at 4 o'clock. The Presbyterian Synod of China coat prises thirty churches asd a membership uf 2,718. Native preachers predominated at the last mesttsg of the Prssbf teries. Rev. J. M. Shftf writes that bis meeting at Freedom Chureh had resulted ia 24 Mr. Qh. Jamb left at tUe oAoe ysetsr-da- y atWUions up to last night asd that the la terest was oa the iaereeee. lie said he m at4s of the New York PJjfte time yet, weighing 21 ousees asd would probably be there for 18 Inehee ia eirouuferec, If you eaa bat would get some oas to ill the pulpit for bim here Suaday. beat it let us Uar froa you, utile sassig see Hustonnlle. Robinson, sdmr. of the (stale of F. S. Kauflman, deed., has sold the saddle ry stock and fixtures of the decedent to Da vid Allen, who proposes to carry on the business at the old stand. Died, at Huitonvllle, on the ISthlnaL, Geo. B. Cooper, brother of Jno. C Cooper, Esq,, Isto of Stanford. At McKInney, on son of the morning of Sunday last, Da-IAnthony and 0.11. Ilunn, aged about four years. Dr. Brown went to Lexington to see Jumbo. After his return he reflected that he had seen only oue side of ihe monster, snd went to Louisville lo complete the! survey. The result is melancholy. The keen relish with which the doctor was wont lo patronixe tho circus Ia gone forever. He atdly remarks that pride of consistency, a decent regard for Ibe opinions of mankind and a veneration for hurried memoiies will require him still lo be present at the puerllo exhibitions which pass muster among the Unenlightened! and for these consideration- - fie muit needs IxsV martyr. J. W, Jameson, who wss for eleven s years the leading workman in Mr. establishment, has left us with a view of encaging with Messrs. Courts & l'owellj of Jjjbatiofi. We are aorry to part with the veteran "Jliuta." Having bees so long a resident here, of a social disposi tion, polite ana intelligent and witbal a very superior workman; known to every one and held in high esteem by all. be will be sadly missed from hie accustomed post. During his stay ia this place he made 1,100 saddles, seldom working on any Jut a Job. Much of his work was designed for the Southern market, where he has a high 'reputation.' We heartily commead him to the good people of Lebanon as a " valuable acquisition. So Oweas sad wife Are here enjoying quiet lire afer their unusually busy season at Cumhetlaud Falls. The lasaae or ma llclous peak which was attempted to be got up, aad with partial tueetss, as to the sanitary status of ths Falls had soma elect perhaps la aborteoing the ssasoa. It Is somewhat Mbplclgus lha(, tVe full and report of Dr. Speed, of the Sanitary Commhuloa, who visited the place officially, was quarantined (undsr the fear of T.J. d, KauB-man'- The Laurel Circuit Court brsina next Monday. The murder cate is to do tried again this court. A lieht rain fell here bit uUbt. On Skegge Creek there vris quite a storm, nearly all the corn being blown down. A negro had bis legs bailly maibeu at Livingston last Sunday by a freight trair. He was attended to by Drs. Brown and Lovrll, but he ia still in a very critical con dition. The K. C. R. R. dots set a supper Tuesday nieht at Stewarts Camp. We received an invitation, but it waa impossible for ua to attend. We understand they bad a "daisy" time. Some miscreant threw a stone into the cabooso of a freight train at Mt. Guthrie last Sundav nieht and slichllr wounded the conductor. The railroad company has ouereU a reward ol $ou or Hie arrest and conviction of the guilty person or persons Wm. M. Weber has our thanks for copies of New York daily papers. Juduo Qeo. McClure is improving slowly. He waa able to sit up for a little while yester day. K. U. ward,ot ,asi jiernaisut, wss in town Monday. He went to Louisville Wednesday to purchase a stock of drugs for his store at that tilace. Col. Sam M. Bur- dstt is In town this week, W. L. Jones, of Williamsburg, Is spending a lew dais in this vicinity. T. T. Wallace is staying in the store with F. L, Thompson. Jack Adsms. Jr., is attending the Fair la Louisville this week. W. II. Sprsdlln and Mies Mattla Fkdi will go to the Exposition NEW ADYKKTISKHIM8. a IVII1 In th. Curti of Lincoln ind ad joining counties and tho tjuperior Court and Court ox Appeals, cpsciai aueuuoa given to coiwcuuna. 1 12 Office on Lancaster Itrsot. ATTOHNKV A.'' X.A.W, UTANFOIiD, KY, ALEX. ANDEKSON. XA.-V- IUio lVerk, 15 n in 6 40 p Ul 7 CO D te 8 30 p in Lve. il 15 a m C 15 p ui ..,, ,, , , " Winchester II 11 p ni 7 15 p in . M 1 49 p in 8 40 p in Itlehmond. S3 p in 11 Lancast.r . 10 08 Ii m 12 03 ui Q 85 pm Arr. SUnlord Juuc 12 80 im NoaTU. No.l. No.S. No. 15. G .... IS a m 6 15 p ml... 12 CS p m 7 10 p m... l'rla. Floorlus, Ccllliii;,iVcatIi- erbonrdliifr, DreHnoiI Itiiuibcr, And other Lve, Stanford June Arr. " Lsncaster HM ' " Wincheste- r- 4 45 C I'tris... 7 S3 8 SO S IV 73 7 68 7 8 tlOan 30 a ni a in au m am 2 26 t 20 315 1 CO pm pm pm S S pm 05pm SJpm A.Ta'OIlNJ3V A.T DANVILLE, KY., Will , Lve. MayavIIlo ' Carllsle.. Mlllersburk... .. couauot and In tbo Court of Appeals. nnctlceln the Courts of Bovloisd sdjolnlnx Air. l"aris Lve. Lexington Arr. Covington. Cynthia alraouth. a ni 2 24 p ui a ui 2 48 p u 8 30 a in S 15 p m, a 1 UO pm . And Master Coinmtskloncr llockcaatle Circuit Court Attnrnuv J. It. FIBU. A.t Jl.n.-v- . MT VEimON. KY. Will practlco In tho ltockcattlo Courts. Collec tions a aiieciaiiT. uraco in ivuuri-uoustioj Building Material Also Dealers In HUItKOIM XJilV,X,IS'X', BTANKOUU. KY. riro the Mjcrs Hotel. Nitrous Uxlds fist admlnlstsrsd when atrtd. U W. B.J tENNY, JJBB P. HUFFMAN. Otfloo Bouth side Main Btroet, two doora abovo rs- - ITariiiiiig TiUinber ! 3 52 p in A .U n in 4) a m 30 p in No. 25 Lv. Lex, 6 00 a m, Arr. Maytvtlle U CO a in no. zu L.T, itiayavuie o iu a ui. Air. No. 27 Lv. Lex. S 25 p in, Arr. Maysvllle 8 SO p in No. 28 Lv. Maytvllle 1 00 p in, Arr. Lex. 4 00 p ni No. S Lv. Cuv. a 20 p m. An. l'tlmouth 7 20 p ia No. p. Lv. Faliuoulh 8 15 m. Air. Cur. 810am Nos. 3 and 4 daily bttwien Kicbniond, Lexington and Covington; all others dally except Burnlay. 9 05a ui 11 na. 90am 10 04 am 4ua m 13pu , id p a, ix. inin STANFOUlt, KENTUCKY, Omce hour Office over Uobt. 8. Lyllti'a storo. from S lu 12 a. x, and 1 to 5 r. h. Anesthetics ad ministered when necessity. nTTTlD XSUlttlMt, Call on us or wrlto for prices We keep a large stock and will do our best lo please you In prices and nullity ol material. Spo oial Rates to Emigrants . ui.r..l For llckela, rites and Inclination iierttlnlog lo time, conuecllona, Ac, call on or address W. H. McKOBLKTH, AaET. Lw MiauMiui ava QL. BROWN. O. W. BENDEIt, DAXril.I.r. VLAXIM3 MILh 7J.3mt Danville, Ky. CO. buperlntendcnL Gcn'irsaa.AFrt.Ait. Estray Notico ! A BUck Herkf.li.ro Sew s- WilgbUg about 175 pounds, his teen la uiy turs tout time, tseowucr nsitiiw vj ,n property ..a nvtug .ssrgj - ....BiaBHsss-tTavi- first-cla- ss mz HDBF K '&'"? TZ LSzzzZ&r ,fM&:-im&vz- ,jttgE$&pr : -- . 4mrf7r7inwx-.i4n- m &umB9J&Zftmm2mmrmKMM (-- Public Smlc! Having told my farm, and giving postctston on ths 1 st ol OctoWr, 1 will seU to ths blu est Uddsr ON TUESDAY, SEPT. 8-mp At my hoitsslM miles from Huitoavltle,my stock, oenstttlsf ol 3, lSSB, sssssssssw iXV l! tlW7i?rlPPPIiBll and Horses, 40 Cattle. Xmti. bbls. eld Oars, sew Cera ia field. Wheat, Rye, Faming Ipleeats ASU - BeuMfasld aadKltsshABararaitttre. Tsrtus Maids known oa dsy of ails. itMt JAN. X, NAVXKH. rI "" ifi-IW(tklinltriritr)- BTAK0D, x fWAY JnViRiHgi 3C3T. tMpwHHWv Zlf 1903 rfie iuiTtn ro iiiriDK-io.f- r. Tim Titian. I)e know lli mad In the ImiI o' (Irmrf At lmk o' 4sy k I down the bars, And i1uw j'r whcst flsld hour by knar, 1 III sundown -- y re , till shade o star. Von tii iiiiiii mtuci vt peg away, Dm lltrlona day, Ner lnf stmut, nor Kip around) And II at's IIm roed to IIm thri.'Mu' floor, Ami Hi i lli kitchen, III Ik Irmind. Uio made where the dr I'ura lay! follow I no ml cents hero and Ibcm, For It tlie rnsn leave them, 1 can gneaa Ha wont And dollara anywber. D'je know D'ye know th load to Sunday's rwIT l afraid; J I dotilo' wrek-da- js In flriil and workshop da jrr beat, Aod Monday come Itself, I'ra heard. On Bsturdsy H'a not far off, And brings a tieskotful o' cheer A rtast and lota o' garden atnff, And, Ilka aa not, a Jug o beer. Turn In It'a tempting aa can bat There's bran naw carda and liquor In Ilia laat tavern tbcra'a a each. And, when Um caab J'r pocket quite, Jurd hsng the wallet on tack, You vagabond I oca how It fite I Dje know lb road to poverty lorn In al anj tavern lgnj fine. ft Do know what road to honor lead, And good old agaT a lovely sight Uy aay o temperance, honest deeds, And trjlu' lo do jroor duty right. And when tho road f orka ary aide. And you're In doubt which ana It la. Bland HIU and let your conaclenca gnlda; Think God, It cant lead much amiss. gat And now tho road to church-yar- d You needn't ask. Clo anywhere, Tor abctiier roundabout or straight, All roada at laat '11 brine jou there. Clo, fearing Ood, but lotln mora I I'ra tried to be an honest guide You'll find tbo grara baa got a door, And aoioethtn' for you t'other aide. UKXTLUMA.N UEOllUE. Wlicn George Faulkner called at OoU Dyaart'a ofllco and told him ho wanted to many hia Kitty, tho ruined old Colonel tumod in hia wrath and bado him lenvo hia presence I "We ain't got down to that," said ho " and yon havo a mighty lot of insurance to ask for her." Yet Kitty was only a littlo waif. Col. Dyeort had raised an a kind of waiting maid for hia two daughters; alio had been given no advantages in tho way of education, but orcrylxxly in tho honso hnd moilo it pot and plaything of Kitty, mid alio was aa jiretty aa a wild rose just tho faintest color in her cheeks gavo n alight austticion of quadroon blood, but her beautiful brown hair was no curlier than Fanny Dyaart'a. Her form waa lovely ; her hands and arms studies for sculptor, and Oentlcjnan George, as Faulkner was called, hod tried by every nufair means in his power to woo and win her, tried and failed, and loving her all tho more for her sweet strength pf inuoceueo ho fortiflod himself with Bomo Virginia tanglefoot and walked up to tho cannon's mouth in other words, hu blufTud tho Colonel, and demanded Kittv's hand in marriage. " A loafer and hosa thief," continued tho irato Colonel, when Gentleman Georgo Bjirings at hia throat liko a bull dog. "Tako that back 1" ho shouted. "I'm no boas thief no mo'n' you arc Take- -it back," au atblolio aliako with every word. " Well, well," gasped tho choking Colonel, " mobbo you ain't ; but you'll ullow you'ro a moonshiner and a gam- bler." a n Hit l 1 t "Oh," smiled Gcntloman George, showing hia handsomo teoth thcro was inoro than a suspicion of color in hia blood" you gamble yourself, Colonel ; that's a gentleman's gomo ; what's yon to do 1xmt it ? and tho law is too cloao ou a littlo whisky, and rovenoo f that's all officers n mighty ltard lot. yon'vo got again me, inought as well let mo havo tho gal." first," said '.the "I'll soo you Colonel, smartly, and tho negotiations ended then and them Col. Dysart waa of tho old Virginia gentleman, poor as stock, a a church inouso and proud aa Lucifer, living regally with open doors, whilo ho had anything, and maintaining a great lomily of depeudonta in as good stylo a ho I ivol himself, vrbiiu ur black. Tom li ono of Col. Dvtwrt'tt servants, auil yon touched him. Ho waa afuitlifui stowuid whilo tho estate laatoa. That was why he listed to giro up Kitty. Hho was like hia own, though ho hud picked her up in- - tho highway a squalling aud riddoamto tho door-- j ard with tho kicking child under lib arm. He trgusfeired her to tho cook, thuiico alio wont to tho housekeeper, by dogreos she reached Mrs. Dytwt, who uadu hei an especial pet, aa long aaaltelitcd, and, tying, bequeathed her to Fanny, he: eldest daughter. The Dysart girls were good to her, but indifferent ; Kitty tabued sonio one to lovo vory much, aa sho did good Mrs. Dya-r- t, and her heart went out to the handsome- fellow who smiled at her at barbecues, and met her at preacherV moethig, and tried to cntioo her off U blue-blood blood which flushed hhi cUoek fouud its matt' in hers ; sho hod seen him laughing and talki-Bwith her young ladies hi family was aa old and good as theirs if it bad crossed tho color liuo somewhere, whale she was a waif a nobody. How goad it was of hin to Ion hcJ VWrt, all tlm sauiie, Kitty waa wide &wfr0, aud X:imm Uiat, if sho had neither MrMt In baat of, shu hail re cwau George was so site b4d her owu hiiai it) ak lor her duly hie WMWettH. Vou have heard lien. Uiiii CmM, but when did love ever fail ii itti uauJerlukiuint? ami Creolei- ckndostino trvsU, That iwjkoii of African CoLLKas Or Noamith, tho owner of tho farm, has PlilIoHopIiy, Lcttcrx A IScIchco, movement started by tho citijoined a RICHMOND, KV. zens of Franklin, Concord and ri.ilisbury for a local Webster centennial ou tho Next session will opeu Tuesday, Kept. 11, 1S&3. ADVANTAGE. old place noxt Tunc A field where DanA Full Faculty of able and experienced iel used to ait ou the fence aud watch comprehensive course of study and thorliis father hoo corn will bo shown to vis- ough Instruction; compleleucea of buildings and apparatus. HociaLlKFLUKitCK. itors. The community Is distinguished for Its reflned culture and hospitality, ant young men find bouea In Ihe beat lainllle. Mot A Cincinnatian who had insured his it licensed saloon lo town. HcaLTiirti-axaor Locitiok. Richmond la at ilfo went in swimming laat summer, and an elevation of more than 000 feet above Ihe Ohio all malarial waa taken with cramps and waa drowned. atlver. and frea from Ulchmond la Influence). Acccssibiuti". lha geographical Tho Insurance companies refused to centre of ths Utate, mod la within a few bouts' rlda by rail of Louisville, Cincinnati, Xooxvllle and pay, pleading that death was not caused Chattanooga. Exraaau. Board In by bodily infirmities or disease, but was UooxaaTKtier annum, and la the the Xiu best families f 100 week. Total tho result of voluntary exposure to ob- from 13 to I) per$150 to $210. necessary for lha 10 months, from to and catalogue "Kit doan't stand gabblin tharl the vious and unnecessary dangers, nnd that tor iuu iniormation IITulXTOX, applyMl.,.. . It. tho uaturo and cause of death wcro infevah'son again 1" Chancellor. Our uoxt venture waa of another sort ; capable of positive proof. Judgo JohnThere was a quarrel between somo dis- ston, howevor, said that it could not CARTER'S tillers and tho oxcisemon, and Col. Dy- have boon tho intention of these compasart went as peacemaker between thorn nies, whoso principal offices were located and collected a moiety of the tax inouoy. on tho seaboard, to exclude its policy Ho colled at Kitty's on tho way up tho holders from enjoying swimming and mountain, and left word that ho would bathing, aud that tho evidence showed bo back tho next day at noon and would that death was occasioned by crampev cat dinner witli her. Her husband was Two pistinouisuxo nion liavo just well now, aud that morning ho took hia riilo and went out "after game," ho died in Paris from a singular cause. Col, Adan, Director of tho Institute said. Kitty begged him not to interBIek Headache and relieve all the troubles Incifere with any of tho excisemen, and ho Oartographique, thought he had a chair dent to a bilious atateof tho srstun, such aa eating-promised ho would not, and ho left her behind him, aud in Billing down fell l"aln Nausi, Drowelncaa, Dlstrrea afternmuk-abl-e la thu Side, Ac. While their raoat witli all his weight on tho floor. He aucccH hat been shown la caring with a careless kiss. Funny and Louiso Dyaatt got up tho died within a short tiuio from tho effects f tho accident. About ten days before idea of n piculo to meet their father, visit Kitty and spend a day iu the M, Pirson, Governor of tho liauquo Carier'aUttlo Liver went to a dinner party at the Bcadarhe.yrtConstipation, curing Pills are eonaHy valuable In mountains at tho snino time. There and preventing Spanish Legation and sat beside the this annojlntf complaint, whilo they also correct wcro no dresses hung in Kitty's cabin, all disorders of the stomach, etlmulete the liver though her hands hod goffered tho ruf- hostess. Sho rose from the tablo, and, suulrinulaiethobowtla, Kvralf they only oared then continuing a conversation, resumed fles on Fanny's crisp lawn and Louise' organdy, through tho medium of tho her scat. M. Pirson followed her but u footman liod moanwhila head waiter at tho hotel, but they unArhe Iliey would be almost priceless to thoee wbt uu"rfroratuladltreaalngtompUlnt ceremoniously asked her to admire the removed hia chair, and in hia fall he nately their goodness does Dot end here, but fortuand those tJHs valuwork. They dialled her about her injured hia apluu aud survived only a vho once try thetn will lad theae Uttla be wttUa able la so many ways that they will not few dayav handsomo husband, and wondered MdvwsbUuttW. Hut tttt all tick bead to The atrtBglbMiBg proper-tit- s ho waa, and declared laughingly iliey of Iron, combined with othti tonics would not Iiovj come if they had not expected to seo hiui. Col. Dysart was mi' a most paifect Bar viae, are found in Cart-'Iron I'll la, which strengthen the It the tana cf to tnaay Urea that here It where we snake ocx free boast. Oar plIU euro it while btto, and tho picniakcrs had their serves, asd body, asd improve Ike blood Osheradouot. feast spread under tho mountain pluea Certer'a Littlo TJrrr Pule are very small an aau cowpwxioB. Terycaaysoiaxe, iinooriwoimiatnaaeauuae. made a charming hostess, but aud Kitty or and Thev ara ;atrlctlv i Yt EdiWs Electric Light is Twoailtrful ?- - bat by liuir':r...i.. aciiwu do not grijiewuw sho was anxious, and acoMed watching Ktuiiv ...i.7 tilraM all Itirae, diecoverr.but not aa wonderful as Hill's use them, lavlalaatillmitst sv forf 1, At lust Col. Vysutt Catarrh Cure. For sah bv Fensr & Mc by iJUixm tvuy whuc, cr tent by uialL and lUh'inng. came tidiuir aloulv wij with hi AlWer. CAKTEK MEDICINE CO., New York. I s 1 1T8-- U who mine to tho rercno but ronirvntic ilAHlikir of tho Colonel, whom Kitty had confided in, arid aha planned tho nlioln thing an elopement, mrriago and pair, beforo n dilation and herself na witness. Then alio went liomo and laughed to hear her father atorm I All tills happened tho year beforo wo went to lha lYiutotV House, on the Ifonoahoo mountain, whero wo, had mmlo up a patty for tho season ; and wo heard from Col. Dysart thai Kitty had made ft fool of herself, and ho had sent Louiso to n seminary North to got soma Rcnao ill her lieiul, and hoM lw if ho'd ovor holp that aly Kitty, Bot if alio shirred I And then wo learned that ho had inquired all along about them, and found out that Gentleman Georgo waa very good to hia littlo wifo that ho had still eluded tho excisemen, and gambled, but otherwise conducted himself properly. Defrauding tho Gov eminent wa not much of a crime- thcro. Tho people lnnl their own viowa about that. If Gentleman Georgo did nothing worso than disaeminato tho moonshinor's whisky, without paying tho taxoa, ho nouldu't lose much in tho respect of tho people. Wo had some curiosity to see this chivalrio Georpo and hia Kitty, and Fanny Dysart bad promised to tako ua to their mount In cabin, but somehow wo never went, and had nearly forgotten tho intention, when ono day we stumbled in on them qulto accidentally. Wo woro looking for wild ilowera in tho mountains, and a atorm camo up so unexpectedly that wo hurried into tho first cabin wo c.uno to for shelter. A sick man was bolstered up in a chair, nnd ono of tho shyest, loveliest, most attractive, girls I had ever seen waa fanning him with an old palmetto hat. Tho room waa hung with starched and goffered muslin dresses, beautifully dono up, nnd on a rock nbovo tho door sovcral rifles wcro hung. The sick mnu waa tho living image of Wilkes Dooth, aa I remembered him pale, atatucaquo features and dark curling hair, tho embodiment of pictur-esqu- o refinement and intellect. I never saw such dovotiou in any woman's face beforo as she gazed into hia polo to seo if our cntrauco hod itiirtled him. Sho looked like tho sister of Twao, or Gertrude, bending over her (Ind.itph. Wv did not stay long, but wo camo way deeply in lovo witli Kitty, and rather distrustful of her sick husband. who waa convalescing from an attack of mountain fecr. Wo felt that sonio thing was wrong and that Gentleman Georgo must bo very selfish to wear a uo gold watch, and n senl ring, and let Kitty take in noshing from tho hotel, as alio actually did, for wo recognized those beautiful lanndricd dressea. We fell that it was tho old story of man's hclfish-nca- a and woman's devotion, but wo mado ourselves agreeable, and drew the gentleman out lie tallied well in spite of his vernacular, and ho read Bhoka-pear- e and Mrs. Augusta Evans, aud gavo us somo quaint musio on the banjo, and told ua of his family and was rather proud of tho drop of uulcaven in hia blood. "It matches Kitty," ho said, laughingly; " como here, girl ; give tho folks somo buttermilk and berries. Fly around, honoy, or they'll thiuk you're worn out nnrein' me." Ho moved a aquoro of stone iu the hearth with hia stick, and brought out a stoppor ; "wo all jug with a corn-co- b tasted tho illicit whisky and ho put it back, saying : "You'll not inform if you'ro Kit's friends, and thoy'll never tako mo alive I" Kitty shuddered and turned polo, but A wo know this waa all mock heroism. pretty Btill in tho mountain aido was not likely to bo interfered with by summer visitors, but tho paling cheek of the lovely young wifo showed that alio won over fearful of danger, and bIio followed us to tho door to ask ua in a aweet imploring way not to mention to Col. Dysart's family that sho did tho fine starching and ironing for the hotel visitors. "Georgo is proud," alio sold, "and so is tho kunncl. I never washed there, and I needn't go to now, but ho's had tho mountain fovah. Foro boy! it's took him down so I" Her voloo was soft and flutcliko ; wo promised what sho asked, as her husband called petulantly : LoirieM Dywwt, tho youngest mar-ring- o conn-tenan- hfiJIo-arliaftginfr by hia aidn, broken by a riilo ball I The girls sobbed and clung lo him, and aoked n thousand questions, but Kitty helped him off hi horse, got him in tho house, and, with tho help of others of tho party, bniiil aged up tho broken arm. Then tin Colonel talked with whito lips and net twlli. highwaymen I II was "Tho the money Ihey wonted, and they mennl toahoot'ino liko a dog. Four of them eRCRrH MIKTHI, f iTl nsESftJtL lrTHODMT,WlUTM.-l- sa. H. Marries. awl raafer. rVrvlrsw every Weidsy mewl-- a t. j. noNi.r.v, PLAIN Hev. H. C. Werrlena, rTHIT.--Ha- xhi T3fCiri5f rarsflaanilssn. vj I HiMtt Painter It Paper IT0-- II Jiigtr BTANrOHI). KV TRUTHS The blood it the foundation of life, it circulate! through every xrt of the Imdjr, and unlan It it pure ami rich, good health it impouidle. If disease lias entered llie ajMcm the enly sure And quick way to drive ft out it to purify and enrich the Mood. These simple facti are well known, and the highest medical authorities agree that netHinf but Iron will restore the Mood to itt natural condition; and aIo that all the iron preparatlom hitherto made Macken the teeth, cause headache, and are otherwise injurious. IIrown's Iron Hitters will thoroughly and quickly assimilate with the blood, purifying and strengthen-in- : '' and thus diire disease from any ran of the ijstcm, and It will net blacken the teeth, cause headache or constipation, and It potl-livel- y mil injurious. Saved Ms Child. ktj. i; N. Eutaw St., rullimore,Mo. KeU is, i Genu Upon ibe reeommenda-llu- a or a friend I tried liaowa'i as a Ionic ami re laon Momttve for my daughter, whom I was thoroughly convinced was wnttln away with Consumption, lilting lost Ihrea daughters kylha terrible disease, under the care of eminent ohyslclans, I was loth to lelieve that anything coulJ arret! lha progress ol the disease, but, to ray great surprise, before my daughter had taken one bottle of lisow n't Imom Utrrcaa. she began to mend and now Is quite restored to former lieahh. A filth daughter began to show signs of Consumption, and when the physician was consulted La quickly said "Tonka were required." and when Informed that the elder sister was taVine lieown't Hervteaa 'oarth SihkWts. iswrrrrM aed M Weeewd t, rrsyef MeeielM every Wednaesay after-- I. rVhonl at IM a. w. H Super In ten. lent. a4 hip J. M. Ksor, raster. fnST and r tuna FurnlturXS. I have the lullrtt and .best llnen( Furnllarecl tvery description aver eihlblted la WsnforJ, as a stroll Ihrongh my ilore will prore. My prices are as low as similar anli ran Im Iwightl tht allies, a fact also capable) t nrelar deuonslrtllon, I also keep on hand a lull line of onfVcnnd pHKMTIAN.-Wors,l'.a V evy at l.ta. Jos. Heveranee, huperlnlendenl. BOIITH.'-K- emrtson 0If :'.' .,1ifl,',r' "T "' w-Hchoe-lourth linl's days. Monday by .v. H. MfF.I- set on ono man. Masked liko thieves every motliora son of 'em I Well, i Rctlled Iho oceountof onoof 'cm ; grilled him thru and thru so he'll never kno what hurt him I A mean sneakin' coward I Hallo, Kitty I blood makes you aick, hoy?" For Kllly hod dropped liko a shot bird at his feet "It was tho blood," sho aaid, and she soon camo round nnd helped ua to get ofi", a silent terrified party, for even an outlaw's death Li a shadow on one's soul, but wo all felt that tho Colonel had dono tho country a service. Thcao outrages had been frequent of lata Wo hated to lcavo Kitty alone, but alio said Georgo would bo right back, and wo left her watching tho winding mountain road, anxious for a first glimpso of his loved face. Wo learned later almut his Kitty watched till sunset, thou shv prepared tho supper ho loved best, aud sat down to wait for hia step. It was otter sunset when a hand touched tho gates, and a woman a neighbor camo in. Kitty saw her and roae; tho woman was dressed in her best garb, and carried her shoes in her hand, a habit (icculiar to tho people of the mountain country of Virginia when thoy carry bad news. "Hov you heard on v thing?" alio asked, as alio faced Kitty. "Hecrdwhat?" asked tho girl, with homo-comin- pKKHHYTKHIAN, I. rev, pMinr. ruiniiay ncnooi at f.ae. jann w, Rent, HuperlnirndMil, Union rrajsr Meeting on we.laee.isy nif tits. Under! nkcrM o1n with ! a OPERA HOUSE. -- And am ready lo serve lufiersls protnnlly nice, naw Heine. fTTANtt)ttb, KY.-- Orders by Telegraph Promptly tended te. l7l-H- At- W.J P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. ruof8la(e,t20S4. Kljht romnleteseli ef Been-r- y Hesllng rapacity, Intladlng gallery, tea. Keesonabla ratea lo good attractions. Address aa above. B. K. WEAREN. 0 L Stanford Female College. NTANFOKD, KY. 4 LONDON With a Full Carps ef Teachers, This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Pewslen ontbsJd Monday In September nett. ,1 GLOBE XiiH.iraiivo I'mus AIXTHK RRANCHKH Of A Company ! THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Are taught, aa wall at MDBIO. TUB Z.ANOUAOB6, DRAW-INAND l'AINTINO. Q - 95,212,737 81 American Aueti, Loitea paid in 31 yeara 831,000,000,00 in U. S. exceed .Solid, rrompt ami lloaoralilc. l'aja Iomch TTlIhonl 60 ditja dlnrettBt. Does the Leading American written by TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, prices renew from $2S to too In te l'rlmsry, tU; Inleriaedlsta resiular Iwpartuenla. 130; I'reparalojy, $10, and Uulhr.tal, $A0. ff ButiaeM, lean llmiM, reiponjcd "that a good tonic, tale Iu" August, rutin. Is a For full particulars, aa lo Board, Ac., edJreaa MKM. N. 1. TKIIKIIt! AKT. ataalbrd, Lincoln Co., Ky, JOHN SIX UTIIKK III- - M. PHILIPS, riRsT-CLA- Agent 7 dryjipa. "They'sacrowd up yender on tho mounting a man la dead thcro I Reckon they won't tech him till tho Crowiicr comes. Ho wuz shot thru tho heart. I tho't mebbo yon mought somcliody ought to tell you " Tho woman waa talking to tho cabin walls I Kitty hod caught tho meaning, and sho was flying up tho mountain slope with tho speed of a deer I Wo wero all thcro, a stngo-loa- d of us, who bad gono with tho Colonel to identify tho man who was shot, but somo petty official, clothed with a littlo brief authority, hod forbidden any ono touching tho body until Uio proper No ono recognized officer came. prono in tho the figure lying moonlight, faco down in tho waysido dust ; no ono seemed to coro to touch him, when tho underbrush suddenly parted and Kitty stood there, whito and n in tho polo glory of tho night. No ono tried to stop her as she throw hen-el-f witli a wild cry on tho motionless figure, and turned it in her arms as if it had been an infant, bo that tho faco was noxt to hers. Then sho stripped off tho mask tho robber still woro, and wo all saw tho pale, aristocratic faco, calm and fixed in death, almost smiling in its waxen beauty. It was tho faco of Gentleman Goorge. terror-stricke- ly cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Weakness, and renders the greatest relief ami benefit to persons suffering front such wasting diseases aa Consumption, Kidney Complaints, etc. Brown's Iron Bitters effectual- HALL'S at lb earn ereory, COMPANIsw! Ratea reasonable "MOIVOIV JSOUTJS." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago RatarrhRB 13 RECOatMEWDED DY PHTinCIAKO. Railway. PaIhco TO Information Wanted. IJa (A. II. Pendleton. of our laree, which (odorser) and recovery aha did not account tor when our agent la Stanford three years Sjto. If. HVI.ISU A' CO., A suitable) reward will be ruU for Information leadlni; to the detection ol nail, ICMt-eo- U S. Pnrdnna llOriflliB " Chicago, 111 Catarrh of tho Noaal Cnvlty Chronle ana of tho Enr, Ulcorntlvol Catarrh INTERNALLY,Cjro or nnd Thro.it. It la takon sicta OIRKOTLV upon the) Blood nnd Mucoua Surfnoes of the Rrttem. It I tho boat Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, and It worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT mono. omi7 ovratj,i tiik o.v,i' unk;iiunnii rulliiiuii LOUISVILLE vile llrinchofl. Cars! - AND SOLID TKA1NU CHICAGOl t J. Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills And alf Bilious Complaints Safe to take, being purely TejrelaUe: no grip inir. inruacui. a it unufinBU. LIVER Brata. Tltt Itltfl uI DMriin.TUB tfmViZV ft anaa rOHTUE Cmcaoo,lU.,June,lorsA. TIME TA11LK. 1rttrs. F. J. CAewerrf t JWcfo, tVenflemetw I Uta plesvaira In Informln-- : you Dally. i Dally. HTAflUSs. Uuit 1 bao uaed llalla Caurrh .Cunv. It baa cuml m I wavt very bad --and don't hesitate to Lva. laHilevllle. .. T4 n at at say that It will cure any raao of Catarrh If taAra Air. (IreeoraalU. 1 l sru Itt pi Voura truly. rvperly. Crswfurdivlll IM at IMpi J, ll "WaaTTiraroBOL 1 II ass 4 It pa ' Ufiyette - .. TfORTII 810 A IIOTTIJ. J to am " CBlca Mm , Have) had write R Mcaiur. JacL-acCatarrh for S3 yearn IlaUVCstajTh Cure cured Th most direct real, wltb only on thaagaaf Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, ConiJder It worth $10.00 a ImttlA. run. rare, to ail points In For lurther lufurmalloa, rinkJJ by all Dnirrista at ;5ct- - per laHtla. Nebraska, 4cMUUKAY XKLLKK,U. adJreaa M inufactureU ami anhtby F J. jnicfY & CO. A.. TOLX1X), OHIO. Its- Eois ITwlaten, LonUvlU. Ky . Mk-K- And v offer Onah Hundrod Dollnrs tor ant It will not Ciarc. Cnao of Cnt-irrWILX, CI' UK ANY CASK. Omco of A. T artwinr A Oa.l warn mi roircAimR THE MAKK.KT.tU (iT-IN Crarut Notick.A faaaengert Iroea the Knot N. IUU. arrlre la UielifllU la Hum to take the erenlng train of Ike 'Mono Itoute" end go thrungh to (Irecacantlr, CraHfurJatlllf, Ijifajetta aat) (Jlilrajo tTUhent chatHte. .... . HR fetUt)e.trtt. WtTtU m tjty Ire sUt.il a I tiwm 7tUeh J6NCS OF BINMAMTSff. Uvll m trf ! IA For sale In Btenford by Peony A McA lister. ciiciuitoi, .r.' Thousands of graves an annually robbed of their victims. Uvea prolonged, bapplneaa and health re- ilorea oy use oi ina great AMcted, Attention o a? CTQ B-P Detroit lYce J'rest. snow-whit- ROBBED e, memory, universal laasltude, pain the back, satin tied behind them, dliasca ucafy dlmneaa of vision, premature old age,In and many other dlaeaaea that lead to consumption and a preand becomingly, and has n ma ti only, matura grave. "Headfor circulars with testimotherly appearance. Sho has reared monials free by mall. The IKVMJOItATOK box, or six boies for 19, by all is sold at I seven children; her youngest daughter i drufclsls,orwlllbe tent free by mall, s.IiJy by now studying matlioinatics iu the Uni- sealed, on receipt cf price, V. addressing J. CIIKNET, Mns. Emzadeto Caut Stantom is G3 GERMAN INVIGORATORl e yeara of age. a Sho wears her Which positively and permanently cures J)iijo-tenet- lt (caused by excesare ol any kind.) NriMf-nside hair arranged in littlo puffs on each llVA-iiejt-, and all dlaeaaee thai follow a of her forehead with a band of lil.tc sequence of aa loaa of energy, kaaol al S rja; B O DR. GAIYN'SKEMEDIES! FOR THE MIIsIiION. MANUFACTURED 11 Cbuisviur U. D., THK ORKAT W Po B CD T W. K. UAMN, o Ul CD MONTICEXLO. KY. CD CD Ths world It Hied with the wonderful, beautiful and Intricate Inventions ol man, yet all the combined talent and genius thit the world has ever known bss never produced aoythlnr that ran coin Dare with "Dr. 11 inn's lUiunllea." Medical still and science have, as vet, tailed to discover any inwgeuuai to toeni, Mr in cure ol in diseases for which tbev era recuminendedr Aa their virtue and usra sr prslsed by thuusands larouia-ou- t lha length and breadth ol the land, audit Bianuara raninr Moiicmee, iney cannot no as tailed, an I are fully aubslaullatod by the strongest teatl moo Ills. For Coughs, Colds, Croap, llronehllla. Consumption and all Diseases ul the Throat and Lungs, Through Trunk Line o P r- OB ir pCfQ 3 versity of Paris, alias Hunan 11. Anthony is four years younger, but looks older. IIS Adams street, Toledo, Ohio. 191-lBole agent for the United States. e &J4 - OJP Pb K.& r Daniei, Weuhteu's birthploco is a farm near Franklin, N. II. G. W. Central University ! B pg O i 0Q- - Wlltiwi Change and with SHORTEST AND QUICKEST raou LouiatuLKTOTiia B UnrhiM fWUTE Vne Dr. CJhiiii'h Ceiigk NyrHp. Dr. Gaiin'M I.lTcr Vurc. Dr. Ohiiii'm Lliiitucut. Fistula and all aiseaava, For Liver OimiilalnLUvsnrnsla. Indlr.stlon.Jaun- die. Conillpstlon, Hour btomach and all Hllloul itseaaea. SOUTH & WEST Little Bock, Montgomery, Allaata.Kavaaaaai. Jacksonvllls, Mobile, aad KewUrlssat. Without PULLMAN CARS Kaabvlll, chante t Msraphle, Uho a- fi- O O CD hj M O Bp - OrB CD o- - For Bheumatlsu, Neurslgla, flpralns, Ilrbtsea aod Uwelllngs-auaiternal appllealloo for manor oeasi Vho aimtur BEST ROUTETCTFLOmDA In I'slsse Cart Without Chang. gpB5 BO go I For nlea. Hemorrhoids, llurni, Uho Umo Dr. Ghiiu'h Pllo UIii.ihcuI. Dr. Uhhis'h llllfcr-Swc- cl SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Froaa Louisville la Palace Carenltheotehaai. For Fresh Cuts, Hums, Ulcers aud Old Sores, rUIPDAIUTC CmlUllnil lO receive apcclal ac. or wills He ry S- - cd gn7 B i. S5 S?B st OIllllHCHl. low reus. Agent! of this Company for tales, loutea 8Mklng homes orTih line ol this road wUI VMolr.sHiut,Ht(oiHHcli Hitters an.1 Hloo.1 Purifier. A Reliable Toole. A and also cure Dyrarpsla, Indigestion, Llvsr ComplaloL Malarial levers aud all periodical Diseases. Manufactured ana tat stie by aP.AiKORrf.Q. P.rlT.A. loulevlrU, Ky. i.tlier Don't Be Led Astray! S'lS-sil- ' Bole proprlelor, Monlleello, Ky. by mill wll receive prompt attention. w. ic. OAisriT, 2wr. "All orders M-- tl d., lly the eculltrly worded tdvertlaemtuta of rival route, which ars llabl to deceive tht pobUe. The ehorletl aod Quickest Houte from electa ottl West It th CHESHPEU Kentucky's 01 RY. g- & -- IR.W. 10 lloura- ! Hon to East Gincimmti to St. Louis Hourt ahead of all other lines. CURE Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. a, , IJ1&K 5TPM CD aH- - The only Hue runnin- 4 3ally claaaot passengers. Pally Titlaa, with no ehanf of cars for any Tralna lo Loubvlll, wltb Kra to Parlor SICK 2 A SOLTcTTEArN 2 2 Lelllh) l2Hurs(lun!.ch,a!!K""n ClHL'lHMHtl PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OAKS Dally Trains of care. Dally Trtlna lo Cairo, T hour quicker than any other Una, and uo chanf of care, Dally Tralna to Naw Orleans. M chsanol cart from Cincinnati. Evtoullle, t hour la of all otbtr routes, with oat lea change m w Vllle, B p p CD lUKleH, My., HHtl Isf X CbUw """ Hi of oars Kansas flitl 5 .? HEAD ACHE S5 ' BtfQ hi CD Pp trf- H-- .H 2 fcfc CD" O Th O, It th ooly Uo with a Dally Tralua from Cincinnati to at. Louis, nisklug cUrwet ConsKllof la ttma depot with fast trains lor coanectlvna Iu th Uulon Depot (it Ml. Loulslvlla Missouri 1'aclBo Ksllway, Hi. IjjuIs, Iroa liauti. tain A rJoulbern Kallwayi Chics. & Alto ItaH. L3NT-wYcr33road; Chicago, Uurllruttou A Qulncy Kallruad: Keokuk A hi. Louie Kailroadi Webest), rH. Lu4 A Mlawurl, Kanssa A Tetas Kail Tke Direct Boats toLynehbarg, Dan l'scifla lUllrosd; Han frandso Kallwsy, wan at. Loula A WASHINGTON CITY. thta by othsr Hue. ..' A X. Two Mour' Lea " ""I le" Chang Tlmoa o a o Fa? Hi ?O ville, Nerfelk, All VirgiHia and Korth Carolisa feNBtl. For tickets and lurlber Infuriasllon. annl your neareat llcktt olio, or addreat ' ImprMi Thii Upea Tour Mtmry. Th O. Jb M. la th ooly tin by which, you can Iruui Ctnclaoatt lo IK; Louis eilrs fare In aJisHtan to nuinae . te r'or tickets, ratee, or any lafoiatatsaa, call on TlcUt Aaeotiof connecting ItsMt. -I- Kri'learallatrW Walnut at, 41 can get through without l svliia yald for ticket, M O ' cd Pr W mO ft Me BO B CO ft . KKKNT. .lAMKrt Usui, Wrsleru agent, 3IUW HalHMIlxulsvllla,a?y. V. W. NMITH, H. W. ClncliiHailttorMatl.M Utn'l Manafer. W. tl a' I ,M,1KwBd,v4Ill.!,,M",ri,?, J, D. MILL, raaaewfw Agtat, UKiaasii, fawsaiw Agt UUaaa, Ky.