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Semi-weekly interior journal: September 25, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883092501_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: September 25, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5Sw) j j. VOLUME mi-I8X.-NUMBER emi Veeklii fntefiof ImtfttaL510. How - STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER ate Raised. Whf ha Brought Them Bad. A small boy with an Intelligent face went into a fruit dealer's storo, and, depositing n box of grapes on tho counter, stood looking down. "I don't want tho grapes, my littlo follow," said tho dealer. "1'vo got as many now as I can sell. Tako them away." "Thoy aro yours," tho boy Miid looking up. "Mine?" "Yesterday evening I camo along hero and took this box nf grapes from tho stand at tho door. I knowed it was slealin', an' my mother always told mo not to tako anything that did not belong to mo, but I couldn't help it. Just bcfoio I left homo my littlo sister that was tick said, Oh, if I had aotiio grapes liko them I saw down town I could cat 'em.' Wo didn't havo no monoy an' nobody knowed us, 'causo wo bad just moved into the house. Mother washed clothes, but when sister got sick alio had to quit. When I took tho clothes homo the lady told me to como next dayf for the money, but when I went thcro tho houso was'shut up and tho people was gone, so wo didn't havo any money to get grapes with. Mother said 'never mind, wo would git some monoy after a while.' I saw her go into tho other room an' when I watched her alio had her faco buried in a pillow an' was prnyin. I come away down town an' stood nrouu a long time wailin' to git a chance, an' after a whilo when you wasn't lookiu' I took a box, an' ran away with it." "But why did you bring it back?" tho dealer asked. "Because," replied the boy, choking down n sob, "when I got homo tho littlo girl was dead." Arkansas Traveler. How Many Murderer 25, 1883. lore' Sertrett Test. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 181. f tklj 3nicriir$8tt wnl - Banana W. r. WALTON. - Editor and Proprietor I'xlillthrit TWaifnv nml t'rlitayn, Att.no IMJIl ANNUM. riMM Jon' l Mml tUrapt In payment of tutM f llpllon, rirrpl to ma lol r Ihrwi bsoiIimMom tnU. ' S H A BIS SHSW. A 1 Organted Indefinite announcements of I ho comity to Stanford of the grand and now Menagerie and Circus Lave been juite wfflclont In mako a sensatioir, and now tint Saturday, October1 Gth is poaitivoly announced as tho dato of itsappearanco, (hero will be n regular old fashioned awakening. Surely the bills tell of enough to drivo sloop from the oyoi of tho young,ainl to ro vlve in tho lioarla of tho old much of tho consuming circus (ire of jouth and when tho (plcitdid street parado ars rives with its elephants, camels, and wild beasts in caravaD; its grand and gorgeous chariots, can and cage; its thrco fino martial bands and now Leviathan Locomollvo stoani Orchestra and its hundreds of wonders and amusing sights, everybody will lo attracted to the half million yards of brilliantly ejectric-liht- cd tents. It is unquestionably (tho most stupendous railroad circus and m.'oeg.v rie ever organized in America, and can fairly lay claim to tliotillo of "Universal Living I;xposilion., That it is vast and inviting beyond precedent, and iully and fairly up to its is amply vouched for by tho hearty ccoaiuros of both tho press and public where ever its canopied wonderland has halted, ami that it will many times repay the expenso and trouble of a visit is equally ccr tain. Wo need not now recapitulate the taany genuinely rareaud exclusivo features it has collected from every clime, at fabulous cost, nnd alono presents. From tho only living Whito Kilo Hippopotamus and tho fourteen wonderfully beautiful and intelligent performing horses to the Electric Light, they have been more talked about lltaa tho great ship caBal, and anyjoueof t least a baker's dozen of them is a first-cla- w show alone; while tu the splendid and varied street pa rale will be seen a free display to daz-il- o and delight the wonder-round- ed eye. It is a triily great aud most liberally aud carefully managed exhibition, which all can consistently pat roflice with both profit and pleasure. The parade will commend itself to all lovers of tho attractive in eiectao-ula- r effects, and, as arrangements have been made with all tho railroads for cheap excursions, it amounts to almost a certainty that the surrounding population will avail itself of the privilege and be in town at an early hour, sd as not to raUs tho procession and ala the free outside ascension on a singlo invisible wire. ilrom-idaric- Co.'e Hew IhiteJ Monster Shows The Most Stuptndout Fail- road Menagerie and Onus Erer Barrett At everybody knows who hm eaten a banana, tho luscious pulp is seedless. Tho plants aro propagated from other plants, so that tho stock is not likely ti run out. The plant requires for vigorous growth a deep rich soil, abundantly watered. With theso conditions present there ia eatd to bo no risk of a crop in tho hot regions whcie alone tho (fruit is produced. Nine months after a cutting has been planted, a purplo Iwd appears in tho centre ot tho unfolding leaves that shoot out from tho head of tho parent stem. Tho stom on which tho bud appears grows rapidly abovo tho main stalk. As tho bud increases in weight tho stem bends downward by a graceful curvo, on tho extremity of which this bud continues to grow till tho purplo blossoms falling oil, littlo shoots appear as tho embryo fruit. Each fruit has a yellow blossom at its outward extremity. At tho end of threo to four months the fruit has grown to maturity, and is pickod long enough before it ir "dead ripo" to prcaervo it in marketable condition. From tho roots of tho parent stalk, other shoots appear, which aro trimmed out or left to grow, as the cultivator may deem beat. A singlo stalk, thcrcforo, bears only ono bunch or crop as its litework. Spaniards have a rellgous rovcrenco for tho banana, bclioving tt to bo tho fruit of which Adam partook. This fruit has long hcon regarded as extremely nutritious It is recommended nbovo all others for invalids who aro unablo to swallow harder food. An estimate by Humboldt, claims that 11,000 tounds of bananas can bo produced on tho soil that would 1m required for 1,000 pounds of potatoes, and tho samo area that would bo required to rata wheat enough for ono man, would produco enough bananas to feed twenty-fivmen. A It appears that from a hundred and seventy Escape. 18G0 to 1882, persons wcro tried iu Massachusetts for murder in tho first degree Of this number only twenty-ninwcro convicted and only sixteen paid tho extreme penalty of tho law. Of those convicted ono committed suicide and twelve got their sentences commuted. Here, then, during a period of littlo moro than twenty years wcro a hundred and seventy murders in ono Stato and only Uixtccn executions. In Connecticut, during a period of thirty years, from 1850 to 1880, persons wcro tried for murder in tho first dog reo. Of theso only thirteen wcro convicted of that crimo and not more than soven wcro hanged. Tho statistics for other States would doubtless show similar results. In Now York city there wcro a hundred homicides during tho and eighty-fivfour years ending with 1877. This was an average of nearly one homicido a week. During tho samo period thero were four executions, or just ono a year. Tho number of persons tried for murder in tho first degrco in tho city is about twenty five every year, the number hanged docs not exceed on tho average, ono or two a year. Theso figures aro full of significance. Thoy show that either through the fault of tho law itself or its administration by juries, tho statuto imposing the death penalty for murder is in tho vast majority of cases a dead letter. Thoy further show that whilo murder is a common crimo, tho murderer in a great many instances suceeds in escap ing punishment entirely. nino-ly-sove each nnd all theso are groups of men and women lounging, flirting, playing croquet or tenuis, who pause for tho nonco to look at tho boat and tho passengers. Thoy appear interest ing; thoy havo a certain poctio environment, mainly for tho reason that wo shall logo sight of thorn in a few minutes, and in all prolmbility nover sco them again. Tho mcro thought of nover seeing any person again invests him or her, At M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opora Houso Block, IrriigH, JiictHlcn.lH, Stanford, Ky., shim, particularly her, with attractiveness. I.llHlpH, XVGCHICH. Hardly anybody can nqcl or tiro us Oar Jewelry, Silverware anil Optical (iooila Department Is In Charge of Cel. in a fraction of nu hour, for often in Thos. Itlchards, who will ltepalr Watches and CIockb Promptly and In tho best that brief space ho or sho gives us tho style. boat that is in him, and what is given seems fresh, and ho is apt to kindlo How frequently our imagination. thofo with whom wo lmvo been thrown for a day or two, and havo liked, dis appoint and boro us by a continuation ot their company. Wo form tho impressions of one most agreeablo 'Ug J' jrlPt .'''. baaaw1aaateaiBaaMaaara&ArfiB7'.'&. t fi IilT 11mi CiiiiiiSIji jqTPy another when wo meet at long inter vals, and when our meetings aro short. Closeness and continuity of intercourse is so sovero a teat that complete sympathy alono can enduro it, and com plcto sympathy is a whito blackbird. This it is which renders marriage such n strain. A couple who might lovo passionately fur six months would hate ono another at the end of six years. How lucky it is that wo aro all mortal; that sixty years is far beyond tho nverago life. If wo know that wo wcro oternnl, wo should Iks Tho fact mutually insupportable. that we may bo dead tomorrow is po issssssBss?e'sRjC" Js IVLsHSsflHHiTH WH jHHBssH !J9I rtssssHsisB tent in preserving friendship and stim Chicago Tribune. ulating affection. BBsaTiBFfiffMyMpsM I'nlHtN, ji3AT.i;:itH it- Mimical WHllIHtcr. IVImcb, JtonkH, J.imiorH, aiiNiritiHfiitM, , jikhi-hniHiieiior, i'hckci TelwccoH, NnniiH. Ciittlrr, rcrftiHicrjr, JtIhcIiIho Flro Adhh, ALFRED WHITE. CINCIIfflff ATI, o. K IT The Monotonous Hoar. Murderers, when tho hanging timo lias come, generally exhibit very edifying examples of snving grace and of faith that tho halter will give them a happy dispatcli to a state of bliss. Yet tho faith of Mrs. Barbara Miller, who wna hanged tit Richmond, Va., last week, for assisting a preferred colored gentlemen to dispatch her surplus husband, was more than usually strong and realistic She wanted whito stockings and to bo hanged in her stocking feet, so as tu Iks ready to put on "dem gnhfcn slipiws." Sho wanted much to havo her hanging tako prccodenco of that of the preferred colored gentleman, who was hnng'ed on tho 3d of August, and was much disappointed becauco ho waiT dispatched first. When asked tho Reason of her desiro for piority, sho said she '"wanted to beat him into heaven."- - Sho insisted on being suitably dressed for company in heaven, and her wishes wcro regarded. Sho was dressed in whito, with a bouquet on her breast and in white Mocking without shoes, so as to step immediately iuto tho golden slippers and into tho "low swinging awcot chariot" of tho plantation song. Profitable Conrict Decline and Fall of the Paper Collar. Did anybody over notice how quick tlje paper collar dropped out of a'gut? I can remember, an It is not so many years ago, when the paper collar held a mighty sway, except in the summer, when tho heat made it soft at the back of the neck and caused the cornea uodr the chia to turn out and assume a brownish hue. It was iu general demand, aud the thirteen and f neck man alike sarried a fifteen or a twenty-cen- t box homo under his arm rejoicing. There were several largo factories here employing num erous hands, aud sot only the clothing and, dry goods, but eigar and grocery stores kept the collars for sale. You could get straight paper or linen finkb, jut as you called for it, and you weren't at any expense for Iauadrying. If a Biaa was a little hard up for cash, aud the weather was anyways fine, he could turn his collar inside out Hut those days are gone, the factories are gone, and nearly all the paper, aollara are gouo. Yon rarely seo'thota uow, except in auction stores, or upon (omo country dandy who comes to town with a white baud around his neck over a check shirt. Cheap llneo and lauuilrying have driven the paper collar to the wall. Exchange. ly one-hal- The Asstant Secretary of State doea not think he will require a military guard to carry lib money to tho bank at present rate ia which fees for are coning in. He says it a perfect god send when the Governor appoints a Notary Public, ami it's astoaishiag how many sea be finds suitable for that office who don't get YeoMftH. it. renUs-le-a is dim Smith,whn was tentenccdhy tho (Jrimiual Court, of Sholby, on July 17, 1871, to 12 jcaraat hard labor in tho State Prison for highway robbery, was released Saturday, after serving 9 years and 1 mouth, being allowed 2 yean and 11 months for good time. The' lessees of tl o penitentiary gave Smith a 825 suit of clothes and 810 to pay his aro to Memphis and say they have the highest teg.rd for this prioner, who' proved to bo a most faithful and steady work er, lie is a master mechanlo and Ho worked in tho and could adjust n break in tho most intricato machinery. Ilo never lost an hour's work tho whole time he was in prison by reasou of sickness or any other trouble Ho actually worked 2,830 days, and as bo is a mechanic who is capable of earning about 84 a day, on an average, during all the timo he was in tho penitentiary bis services wcro worth 811,314. Deducting the cost of supporting convicts, which is estimated at 18a a day, for U years and 1 month, 3,317 days, 01 tho numerous trifling ailments 8597.00, leaves a net gain of incident to this life, nono is more do Naslivlllo American. moralizing than headache. Tho perConcerning the divining rod, tho sons who are never troubled so are Cleveland leader publishes tho testi- very rare. Thoy are equally fortumony of sovcralskcplicvxmvcrtcd and nate. Common a is tho occurrence tho following from Mr. Charles Lati of this complaint, it nover appears on mor, of Cleveland: "Tho divining tho mortuary list as a cause of death. rod is only another exemplification of Indeed headacho ot itself is no diseaso of a power not yet recognized. With at all. It does, however, occur frea piece of witch hazel I diecovcrodvtho quently in tho course of very many Witch Hazel Coal Mines. I told tho di verso malconditions. While thinknumber of foot a shaft would have to ing of headacho tho reader should rebe sunk to reach the coal and oveu member that in the head are located a gave the thickness of the vein. I got number of important organs in addi85,000 for locating the Witch Hazel tion to the brain, and that the brain, Mines and am also paid 12J cents n by means of the nerves, is in very inton for every ton of coal takeu out timate relation with the abdominal tbem." John It. Whitclaw, Superin- cavity and contained organs, derangetendent of the Cleveland water works, ment of any of which is quite capable says; "At Geaugo Lako Mr. Lati- of originating grievous headache. As mer showed the power of the divining has just been intimated, pain may ocrod After he had cut ono I asked cur at regular iutervals in a definite him to go over a littlo stream that wo part of the head and be due to a cause saw running from the bank. We entirely foreign to the brain. Such know that the water was there and wo pain in the head is fitly termed a wanted to see whether tho rod would headacho. work over it. It was surprising. He The herring fisheries of Scotland held the prongs so firmly in his hands employ nearly 500,000 people, thai thegreca bark twitted off iu his of tho population. The boaU palms." represoutu monoy valuo of 83,000, Thoy toll n story in Silver ton of a 000. Tho annual yield of cured fish miner who was unsuccessful in pros- has risen from 90,000 early in the pecting, and sat dowu in the region of coutury to 1,290,000 mid has trebled his claim ou Sunday morning to read iu fifty years, whilo in tho eamo peri tho biblo. Ho was reading in tho gos- od tho valuo ot tho nets has increased pel of Matthew when suddenly a frag- 75 percent. in ment of rock, himug with gold fell A writer in Forat and Stream, who from a ledgo just above his head and has been looking at a mosquito through rested ou the words: "Ask, and it microjcopo, says the hill combines five shall be given you; seek, and ye shall distiuct surgical instruments. Theso find." Up jumped the miner, search- aro a lance, two meat saws and a blood ed for tho lead, located lib claim and suction pump, the fifth instrument is now a boaauza king. Next Sunday being forgottou, but the writer labors many ciiiaee were seea, wandering up under the impression that it is a Cor mi slopes of tho mountain with their Ihw engine to run the rest of the bible hi hattd. tool-mak- er. 810,-71G.9- 1. pe-rio- dio th Sho had a littlo boy with her as sho sat down in the street car besido a lady acquaintance, and drawled out: "Oh, you don't Know how glad I am to get homo again. Wo were away seven weeks." "So long as that?" "Yea indeed. You don't know how monotonous tho roar of the sea becomes after a week or two." "I'vo beard so." "Ma, what sea aro you talking about?' suddenly put in tho boy. "Hush, child." "But Undo Georgo lives up in the woods in Isabella county, and it wag all woods and ruufquitos and snakes, and such old beds and poor living that you cried to como home. Is that tho kind of roar you heard?" Tho other lady was awful good. She looked out of tho window, and beDegan to talk about tho weather. troit Freo Press. iu 2:10. There aro many things about performance that aro wonderful. In tho first place, the day was not tho beat, and ho finished in the face of quite a breeze. Then ho was drawing a sulkey, which is too heavy for such a littlo horse. Ho had asmalUulkey, but it was deemed better judgment to hitch to tho larger one. Then be trotted on a track that was new and had been subjected to 2 days' hard rain, with only one day in tervening and that not a bright sunn)4 ono. In 2:10f he passed tho wiro and gained for himself tho title of King of the Turf. His owner, Mr. Case, was tho most delighted man on the ground. He throw up his hat and walking across the track and into tho grand stand where Mrs. Case was seated, bent down and kissed her twice. Boston Daily Globe. Jay-Eye-S- A Western editor has been shown the photograph of a skeleton sitting iu an easy chair with a newspaper grasped in its bony hnnd. It is accompanied by a nolo saying: "Tho en closed photograph ehows the present condition of nu editor who attempted to run a country newspaper nnd sub sist on produce, butter, eggd, etc , taken oa subscription, and is sent out as a warning to those who aspire to country jouralism." That's ali right; but if a country editor cant livo on "produce, butler, eggs, etc.," how does ho expect his contemporary, who takes only cordwood and coon skins ou subscription, to keep body an soul together? Norristowii Herald. 300 Pinislicd Jlonuinciils in Scotch nnd AnicricaiijClrniiite and Italian andjNul ivo I have in stock over Marble, which I am selling at reduced nriccs'lifordcr to make room for new stock. Designs arc" new and prices from 5 to 10,000. H. Stanford, CB RuPLEY, it JWISItCIIAlVT TAUOB, How ee Trotted Jay-Eye-S- "Do you know tho prisoner?" asked a Harlem judge of a witness. "Yes, sir, I do; I know him intimately; ho and I were in n bank together at the samo time." "Ah, when was that?'' was the question of a shrewd lawyer who was counsel for tho prisoner. "Well, as near as I can remember, it was five years ago and about 3 o'clock iu tho morning; none of the bank officers wero present at the timo." Tho witness was speedily excused. Har lem Times. - Kentucky Ifllllli,y & MMIWi IPHARMACISTS -- DK4LKK3 IS- - Drags, Books, Stationery and Fanoy Articles. riijrijrclan' preicilr tlom accurately couroundrd Alio I d Mrs. James Vaughan of Gentile Valley, Idaho, miseed her babe, and her neighbors, following Mark, the tracks of a largo bear into tho Trait Bear rango of mountains, found the baby curled up in a bunch of weeds and grass, in tho bushes, sound asleep, with its littlo tattered nud torn dress thrown over its head. Close beside the sleeper was the warm bed of the bear, which bad abondoncd ita captive ou the approach of the searching party. JKWKI.flHMlT aBsalBegUtcrcd. of Watohes, Clocks, Jewelry it Mherwur Krcr luouglit to tbU unlet Price Lowir than" IhaLowriL WatcLra, Clocti aud Jtwelry I n abort u.)tlcoani;wtrntoJ. It mm v wm w su. An American who had a jolly German friend, wished to becomo acquainted with the German's charming wife. "Veil," said the German, "ofe you dreat, dot vill pe all righdtl" After the treat the German led him over to whero the lady was sitting with sum' ber of friends. "Katrine," said tho husband, "you know dot man?" "No," said Katrina, modestly. "Veil, dot's would have hi ml" The American giveu all he bad to be able to sudden ly disappear, but as the earth did not open he only looked very red and awkward, and swore iu his mind that ho would Never seek another intro duction. Frankford, Pa., furnishes this tern peranco lecture: John Pollitt's two daughters had eaved 8800 from their earning of some years iu a mill, and, having determined to buy a house, scut Ihe'r father to the bank to draw tho money. Late that oveniug he was found helplessly drunk iu a bar room, with only $05 of tho 8800. He could not tell whether ho had lost the he monoy or beea robbed. In the children's carnival in Saratoga, one littlo girl was dressed to ropro-sen- t a gold mino and she looked liko a nugget. Her shoes wero gilded, her stockings were of silk, her pantalettes were bordered with bullion fringo, and her gown was a mass of gilded silk bunched up so that it looked like a rough, irregular chunck of gold. There aro 200,000 commercia travelers in the United States. They cost their employers, it is estimated, 8GOO,000,000 a year. forty-pound gold-colore- SITIAJBIXslEil! Nico tiLi.Am wm mm mm 5 j sonal)Ic. let of llorscs and Fine Turnouts. Kates Jrea- - Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest frlcet ? And can snpply price. I also deal ia COAL quantity. it ia any I A. T. NUNJtfEMEY, gtmiTord, Ky. Stubet Talk. ''How much betler jo look, Mr. 8.1" "'tf, I bare giiatd 32 pounds en Hall's Catarrh Curs. Have not felt so well in 20 rearr. It has made a complete cure tndii worth $50 a bottle to any ona that bas tho catarrh." plLEs7PILESrTiuSl . iH'Mlnu' Xrir Dlucverru for l'lleiil raJlca tUiueefrvm tho oU rcineJlM hctetofort In uu. Ttia lilrfurery U I bo rnult ol 7Mrofullrutcli'ul(lcldj ih1 lufeitl(tlii ing Office does all kinds of Job neatly and cheaply. Try ns. The Interior Journal Steam Print STEAM PRINTING V "Work w. P. Walton, Prop'r. To conInto loo tl. irif trrof Ibli jaluful e. fine jrou el IU great merit, rail on 1'cuujr A BUuford, or W M. Wetur, Ml. Vfrnon, ad get a unipla to frrn ot rturifx. Wliodnnllimte lug caujol ol c.r huuin luir.t mliatbtnuui-W- I. Stutlmti rfoi'mJ any uttk (Lry of tho year. Bummer union now ojhu for receiving iruuVnto. at Uta Coltec U tWal tsW4 Regular Fall Session, Sept. 10, 1883. sVBO atMWtsWal paJaftlM f tkst UiuliB. Willi, of li.utlllo. Intl, entsrllTJof Amm. 0U(f. toflkr VUh tM WltJa liatakii af AkurLta No matter how jaded the cowttitullou Traiiusaf, U Mm Ifcirvuffc. iNsi4wto, (MfM ol MftrtMllj Mtkl tutlstMMf "iriMi. up oj uu PmImm. Atith.MlM, CVmm.i.i.1 Html M.F..M11. iMHiMMaMd IttmmuiLlf, a. iti Thm Jjeodrltti rouuirr, uji sura W coaiOeU rWTH may be from dlaeaaa or ciccm, tbe Grwl family iibjllcUu o die villi toamuibtlon, tut lMl4wM. luiHN I ..f. ftM a !... MMlh.. Tl fjaW ... M( .IMl.4l.ff TUiM... ...Vf llMtsMrT, U4 H4f4 U nw, mu.cm i ant. fu.li,, ai4.u la . .. Ueriuan Invigorator retor it !wa84it Uru't Kiprctoruilcurtd Itlui. V'arulauyi'cu. iti. )NI ir f tmmrrm ....... wU Ui iWt. '!... aitraj tha..:.. miM Wl ia. 11kiuJ ' ai w la m taw TMf m r. lMUa TTT mv Mfriwr, mwusi irMBi SMwsWMaai awatr sxtr IfaCViif " M ItT Ta. fpii urn For sale br I'm u AMcAIUter, bUufoid, u4 W. M. Wtlrr, See lmllviut;nt. lri.,.k, . iwa an mi k.u, 1i,m WRBUK B. SMITH, Praa't, LavalAitMA. H- nr A McAli.Ur. a touch Uiuvu'i cuujjIi Ifglteu a ihiuto rrlco, flfty A McAIUler, BUuUvl, ul bjr Iltn uuJfiuiucd aiul If Wy a tiJrxi Eitorut ixlctlluJut bl tj vlll cum (till bd V. Aud r rTVVW'iy ATS?)rfi Notf-l- Vr nt4 1 SaWSl taW I ISM feoli lor U. Commercial College of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. Wtr, Ml. Vernoj. n ttlSlS' gff-- UkS) s ., - mmirw !( a9S9C"rit4imM3M tUfeJ sfk hereafter. the full measure Sarfce it to say that of the Hftdertaklng er ttJ BF UHMENT EVENTS. at- Between 40.060 ami M,0O) pesfte W.P. WALTBH. EBITBH THE EB It BUS AN THE EXP0SITI8N. and bfHxjiei given by tho Lossmlllo Exposition to Iho KmtHcky Prcw oo Thuratky last wa in every respect a ruot (Ielililfiilaffklr. Tho progrnmmo NOTW, wu opened at 12 M., after a jolly reThe L. . N. It. R, did us handsomelv union of tho fraternity iind Introduc It furnished the bsdgca to distinguish us tions to tho reffMBtalirea of tho Ex from the common herd, and soids those position in thoPrees Rooms of tho badges good for a ride home. building, by some fine music furnish On Ing lo the short notice of the entered by Bcheider's Band from tho stand tainment less than CO Editors were present, in front of the big organ. Col. M. hut their place around the festive board Lewis Clark, who proved himself to were filled with other distinguished gentlemen, running the number of covers to 125. bo emphatically the right man in the Judge ('hailr Iviston Kincaid, of the right place, was Blaster of ceremonies, Courier Journal, toon lo lake the position of and at iho conclusion of tho music, in- Private Secretary to tin Governor, was an Ij'e Lieutenant tn the master of ceremontroduced Mayor Jacob, who in a hand ies and did nit in hts or r lo make the somo liltlo speech extended a hearty welcome to tho guest of the occasion. rural roosters enjor theaieeUrs. With him in the Governor's office the newspaper men Col. It. SI. Kelley, of tho Commercial, will feel a little more at ease than Iher did on behalf of the local press, followed under the system. also In a happy welcoming speech, A number of m enjoyed a. ride on the which was responded to very graceful Kltctric railroad, Ihe wonder of the sgr. ly by our President, Col. J. Stoddard Editor Bell, of the Georgetown Timet, was Johnston, of tho Frankfort. Yeoman. among tho number, and ling a timid man asked lo be let off before he got to the This concluded tho public exercises, tunnel, as he was by a strange lady, but the band began again to play while the was induced to remain after being told that editors were marched to Isrcal's Res an electric contrivance would illuminate it taurant on the second floor of tho great nis bright as day, immediately on entering. Among the invited guests who sat down structure, where n feast fit for tho gods or any olher man, had been to lh banquet was Mr. V. K Arnold, Passenger Agent of the Chesapeake A Ohio spread. To those of us who were used R. K-- , with whom we were gUd lo lecome to simple bacon and greens, with an acquainted. He uset' to be telegraph occasional drop of "moonshine," tho operator at Stanford Junction when Ihe bcautifully-dreeseand heavily laden office was first opened there, but by hard tables presented a sight of almost bewil- work he has pressed himself upward until he has reached his present responsible post dering sumptuousn&H. At each plate, lion, which he is filling very acceptably to ioldeu in an envelope lay a neatly his company. printed bill, which, after "grace," the Although wine flowed as free as water on hungry fellows began to discuaa with a ordinary occasions, there was one man who relish. It embraced all the substan didn't get a lasto. Mr. Dan E. O'Sullivan, tiate as well as all the delicacies that the accomplished managing editor of the has never allowed an inheart could wieh, as will be seen by toxicating drop of anything to pass his tho following lips. Another Dan Dan T. Fackler, of g d Courier-Journa- Tub efltefUJflnit movers of the enterprise have the gratification of prctetitiag an exhibition excelled never before in this country save by the centennial, which oven it cniMis in most respects. JNo one who is able, and nearly every ono is, so low are tho railroad rates, can afford to miss this grandest of shows awl wo hope our readers, oho and all, will mako it a point to attend during the month that remains of it. HILL OF FARE: rotugo. Koaat ItlU or Kentucky Beef, aujua. Drown Maahed Potatoes. Uonrd Chicken, Julienne. Champagne. to Belreund. Jorketl Buflilo Tongue, Cardinal Flinch. Chicken. Oraogei. Uajonnitso Sardlnee, Lobalcr. Banana. Apple. Malaga Grape. Vanilla and Lemon Itercaa. Ataorted Caktf and Confectioneries Cab Mocbu. As the popping of the champagne corks grow faster and more furious, tho feast of good things assisted the How of soul and the "chin" musio be gan. In the order named below Col. Clark introduced tho gentleman and the toasts assigned them, in each case jiicuxiujj uio introduction with some happy remark: "North Carolina," Senator Vance. "Kentucky," Senator Jno. 8. Williams. "California," Gwyn. "New England," Thomis W. Bicknell, of lue JNew knglaiul Journal of Education, "King Cotton," the Hon. Hernando De Boto Money, of Misasaiippi. "Tlie Ronton I'reas Club," the Hon, E, C. Girrigsn, of Uoaton. "France," Le Baron A. Salvador, of Iho raris newspaper, Figaro. "The .Netr Kentucky," (he Hon. V. SI. JJeckuer, of Winchester. .Religion," Dr. Joseph B. Cottrtll, of .Louisville. "The Mineral Counties of Kentucky," r Judge W. T. Havens, of Mt. Sterling. "Antiquity of the IVew," John 0. Crad dock, of Parii, Ky. "The Local Press," Col. IU'olk Johnson, or Jx)unTille. All the responses were well tirriW and even more eloquent than the usual speeches, but those of Senator Vance and Col. E. Polk Johnson were especially happy nnd witty. Fine Havana cigars rounded up tho fun, and then began an ex ploration of the wonders of tho MAMMOTH EXI'OBITION. CP v An hour or two was delightfully & MISSISSIPPI W. irial Ulcjclliboftha Nlnelecnlli Century, whoao Wonderful IVrfonoancts on Ilia InslalLlo Wlra spent in viewing the vast display of CO bet in tbe Air, IIoMa Thounn Js of We think our correspondent, J. B. Iu Urtatbkss Asrr. machinery, manufactories, minerals, roa Tin takes the wrong view of the vote for a agricultural productions and the thou sand and one other curiositieajon ox call for a Constitutional Convention. hibition, whick even a short mention That thcro does exist a necessity for would require column after column to renovating and amending tho Constichronicle. Perhaps the most interest tution, there can ba no doubt, and the fng feature of (he show is the various fact that tho proposition does not carto !- -i'roM LOUIHVILLE 3 CINCINNATI, tha Kaat State exhibits. Twenty-tware rep- ry can be attributed only to the igno and ths North, t'rea Parlor Cara to Cincinnati and. ralaca Bleepluf Cars to Cincinnati. Waiblni-ton- . resented and their products, agricul- raucooftho voters, of whom Baltimore. I'htUJelphla and Nt York.wltli. statistics tell us, can not read qui cnaogc, tural and mineral, are a surprise even LOUISVILLE la X BT.LOUI8 and U.Wrtl. to the most careful student of such the tickets they use. Couuting out Northweatana Bouthwwt. with Palace fcleeulnc matters, and portray in a juost elo- the vote of somo twenty counties, ow Cars oo iilflit train, LouUtIIIs to HL Loula. ing to tho irregularity of the returns, 8 quent naasBer the VMtaess and Lomsvir.r.E to ST. of the resources of the most 73,704 thoughtful persons say we do from LOUIHVILLE lo favored country the sun ever shone need a change and it the matter could iNuuNaroLis.cin. UjWi.The mechanical inventions of the bo brought directly to tho attention of CAUOand tba Norlli, with Day Coacliea and lie- ciiuiuf mair van mrouiu wimoui cnaogt, North He alongside the wonderful pro- every voter wo doubt if there would ! LOOK AT bo a dissenting voice. A now Con ducts of the Soutk and West, and tell AcknowlaJjoa lbs Qrutcat.Atrousti of tba iga Tba J. 23 p. nt. Eipraaa (dally) from stitution, if wcro properly framed, has l'alacvblMploK Cars from XuuUilllaLouisville as bo pea can what wut be the future to Ntw York without change, arrlslof at WasulDtou 2.33 of a country so blessed. The whole would save the State many thousands u, ut. next The Ortat Irish Atblelr, In his Sausonlan Feats. is a study, and he who sees a year besidos givo us a document exkibitiett Ahsad of All Competitors 30 Double NeutertsaiiU Luhhci-- SO, I.cilby IlioOrt'Ht hhiI Only jprheuion if be abreast with the times. The old Con- Emigrants and must be dull of it via It'r George Mjhh huc! JiHHlcf OUIrlvH, C'knMitloHH el' iho World. stitution is iu many respects a dead bar lurouih Djj Culcbc on alltbtO.lM. Una trains. dees not have an iwportMt lesson uo inldnlgbt changes. Arrlv at St. Loula J h ours letter. Unas, tutrsbr accusing mora la advance ofothar ! stamped e kk caiad. Of the lima far making chaniraal cara and Baltic flrit The Educational Convention which ctwlcs of seats la cars of connactlug tinea. tlMuled by the King "FKKB AYMAK," tba Miattnoartsn JOKLsN, BA- art display, said te be tbe finest ever IMNOM tbeKnglUhKnoikaboutl'aiitoulmlal.Al.HKKl' UAIil'UN, laadsancsof othsr Unas to Indianapolis and this eountry; of the met in Louisville hut week, was Chicago and the oulr tins glvlui lla patrons all- - A Trou peof Austral laa Maorla, Araba, Zulus, Indians and the Peculiar People trou eierr clluie Iu tbe geUea together is srorM. 1'lte Banda of Music. A City of 1'aylllous, llluuluated with Electric CuaudUters. ths shores or sjleekie raUway,wk4ek hauls thousands attended by prominent men interested ull (Ida along rataa, time, Lata Michigan. uiapa, dc, apply to i'ot tickets, counecllog Unas or addreis la tbe cause, from all over the coun- TUkttK.agents olWN. Southern 1'aatonger jtgt, traek daily, being around its kalf-nib. UHO try. A resolution favoring federal B. E.Cor, Halo the ftset ever successfully operated in aid to be distributed among the States Vf. W.PBiBODV, Fourth 4W. 11. sU.Louliillls. Ooldto Chariots, Triuuinbal Cars, Oaisl ere. Deniolaellos, Diutrrka, KUpbau a, Cauata, Oslrlcbea. BHATTDC. . . .. .. ilidl uiraiiva, ciioojru nuraa, rouicf, aua a UUANK au.i.uuaii;Ai. uioij.ai, eclipsing uao i. rsaaesfM Jtp I asanai other con- - niton the basis of illiteracy, was adopt uss'i site U. 8., sad of the wasy Oraa Kipoalllou. will betlreuou tbe morulas of Ihedar ol Liblliltlo'i. Tbla iiand au imputing Ctoclnnatl. Spiclacla la orcr Three Mllee In Length, ard tho gleam Air bUIji In Oixrsllon outalda. Ittuumlier unique and curious, we must ItiaFllKKtoall, txcuisloo riles on sll nil roads. Wlllalaoeabltll at LEUAHON.Krldsy Ucl S. J. D. HILU rsssengsr Agaut, Ulsnon.Ky, o one-fourtmatch-lessBec-day-H- ours tho Danville Advocate, alto refused to im bibe, but whether he has always been aa ab3temious we are not advised, tho' we do know that both missed n heap of fun. George Dittoe, of the Newport Journal, made Ihe cold chilis run over a number of editors who had not been very choice in their remarks concerning him, by passing himself off as Grove Kennedy. It wu cruel in George to scare the boys so and Still more cruel to attempt to pass his phiz off for Grove's. The latter is much the handsomest man and could get big dama ges before a jury permitted to gaze on the one countenance and then on the other. The most modest and retiring gentleman present was Mr. Young E Allison, mana ging editor of the Commercial Possessed of aa bright and as cultivated a mind aa any man of his age we ever knew and having a decided talent for expressing his ideas in graceful language, his fame will extend far and wide, in spile of his inato aversion to pushing himself forward. He is already known as one of the best writers on the Louisville papers. His "ordinary conversation" articles stamp him as a wit of the finest perception, Polk Johnson's advice, "Bays, praGt by the experience of an expert and touch it lightly or you will wish you had tomorrow," was like casting pearls to swine, unappreciated and unheeded; but it was the subject of general icmark, that no body of men ever came out of such a charge si sober as did ours. Even brother Jim Marrs, of the Advocate walked aa straight as a judge, and editor Hopper, of the Lebanon Standard, was able to tell which was the mother of the chick, the glass hen that hatches it or the real ono that laid it. "A fallow feeling makes us wond'rous kind," therefore it was with more than usual pleasure that we formed the acquaintance of Mr. Joe. Eakin, now on the l. He is a handsome stout backed young man and it is a matter of considerable doubt whether the could have fractured his spina! column, as he threatened to do with uplifted stick. The difference between Mr. Eaklu's experience with the old doctor, and our own, Is that the old fellow wanted to do for him, what he offered to pardon anyone to do for us. But we still live and aa Bro. Barnes would say, so say we, "Praise the Lord." Courier-Journa- tended the Lonlavilla Kiposfeloe, Srtttr day. The lOlli Annnal Conference of Charllles and Correction, began a week's session at Louisville, yesterday. The National Colored Convention, It In sewlon at Louisville. Fred. Douglas, and other prominent colored men, are present. Tho boiler of a stationary engine burst at Shreveport, La, killing five men and perhaps fatally injuring five others. Colonel It. 8. Strader, Lexington, shot and killed Bradford Foster, a colored employe, who was acting strangely about his stables. The Odd Fellows refused to strike the word "while" from their constitution . Minneapolis was chosen for the next annual meeting. A negro named Archie Johnson was hanged In Richmond county, North Carolina, for attempting tooutrage ajwhite girl six years old. The Georgia Legislature wilt adjourn Wednesday and start the following day for the Louisville Exposition, which they will reach Friday, Dezendorf charges that Mahone's aisiss-men- t agent has made his third call within a year upon the Government employees at for five per rent ol the Norfolk Navy-yartheir salaries. A boiler in the Sligo Iron Works Pittsburg, Pa., exploded tearing down the building and killing six ronasnd wound ing twelve others , Mr. Thomas R. Wood, son nf Dr John D. Woods, editor nf the Bowling Green Gazette, is lying dangerously III, and It is feared he on not recover. The State Democratic Convention, of New York, which meets We.lneslty at Buffalo, is lo be on a large scale. Fifteen hundred persons from New York City alone will attend, Tammany going up in cars COO strong. The ridiculous iquabhle for the position of Register of the Ltnd Office has broken out in Iresh ludicrousness. Norvee yesterday brought suit against Cecil, who was elected to the office, for $5,000 dama C.-ges for breach of contract. P. M. General Greshman has directed (hat more registered letters shall be deliv ered or money orders paid to the New Orleans National Bank, the institution to which the New Orleans Lottery Company's mail has been delivered since the order prohibiting lottery companies to no the mail. The tariff plank of the New York republican platform just adopted reads: We favor a system of tariff laws under which, while revenue for the Government is proare justly vided, American producers protected, American labor elevated and home markets are secuted to home prod-ut- a for the advantage alike of Ihe producer and laborer. Gen. T. T. Garrard, of Clay county, had his barn and cribs, containing about one hundred tons of bay and 700 busheis of corn, burned last Mondayevening. The total loss is estimated at $2,000; no Insurance. The fire is supposed to have been the work of a little negro boy, who is living at General Garrard's and did it lo see a big London Echo. fire. d 4T STANFORD! BRIGHT - H, f. HHIHHT, H II HI" ox - & AND CURRAN, h SATURDAY, OCT. 6 GROCERIES TIIM Iff IGHTY WhnlcMflloHHtl Itclnll IJohIci-- Ih HARDWARE, lYEAmiHOTH AhiI GIjchhIIc Colamtm oCtall AhiiinchiviiI MONARCH OrxHHir.HllBHM - PhhaiiIiciI Ih sflsJLBurott&Ccfe rxl:ko-6j- l EXPOSITION Now United MoHMlnr- Wo run two housos, oarry tho Largost Btook in town; py eush far our goods, whloh enables us to soil you closer thau aay one. All we ask is.a trial. BRIGHT 8c OURRAN. Oriental ClrcuH.Ejoiillrui C'Hrtuan ninl UHltcrKHl ssik wrs4 -- 1 W. H. HIGGINS f DEALt.lt IN $pi ssp L LIVING WONDERS IlHrtlHHrc, HI o iMaBfiaa IgtiropNwnrr, IImrk)' WhlgMt, IroH, ihIN, UKKy WIiccIm, Movex, ChiioMIIIm, IlnrHcw, NpoUs'M, (,'ltlrr MIIIk, Ih l.'Bverst, farnlrn, IIIihh, N(oHwnrc, Corn Mictions, ChUhhs, IlerHO NIioch, UroccrlcM, NhiIsIIch, iiiiMiiiLiiiiryjyi Oliver Chilled, Champioa Steel aad Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and Cast Pampi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofing and Qu toring will have prompt attention. . J T. .ft, Jiihllmton, 500 FAIRS sJCRT IVsltmlf 'JL Zia - 1 Coming snd will exhibit In all Ha vait eutlr t.t. 1 - at Ladies', Misses and Children Fine and Grade 1. Mo-din- ni Stanford, Saturday, Oct. 6. 3 Largo Menageries Combined, Herds of Elephants, Mammoth Double Horned lUiinoceros, A Herd of Giraffes, Full Grown Ostriches, Polar and Grizzly Hears, Sea Lions and Sea Leopards, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibia, A Museum of Wonders, A Veritable Noah's Ark, Nothing Like it on rttllttla all oilier FauillOonalntodarrille'nl(ulnraoce - Theso arc Fresh Fall Goods and Parties Wanting SGIHIOdbZIli J SHOES! & CO. Should Govern Thomsolvos Accordingly. Earth, BRUCE, WARREN THE! BIGGEST1 & BEST CIRCUS EVER ORUAXJZL'D BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR y ssssssssssssssW FALL SEEDING! - The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, The Trmnp Grain Drill Champion Performers ! with Spring Seat, Mi1 Robert JFD, iticltiiey. The Buckeye Spring Shoe Grain Drill, e Mr. diaries Etvcr.s, The Star Grain. Drill, THE KE3STO BROTHERS, The Albion Spring Sulky IVdiss Jennie JHxrvGv&, XBAXiXXVA nml WAXiIiA, Harrow and BroadH 01 Vft cast Seeder, East, West and North The Kalamazoo Spring IjOiiljexrllle ! Tooth Sulky Harrow . 3 and Broadcast Seeder, 2 The Moline Sulkey Plow, lO Hours louts. The Cassedy Sulky 2ITI,2 Plow. TICK XOXAltl lSICOTIIKKNa THIS 100 KMl'I.OYI.VG OVKK IOO Tribute of Respect, Died, Near Hustor.vllle, Ky., Anguat 13lb, 1883, W. T. Tyree, in the 48th, year of his life. His diteare was flux, and his illness lasted but a few days lie was successful preacher of the Baptist church, and gave his people the benefit of his best energies. The following resolutions were were adopted by his Masonic bretherii of Madison Lodge, No. 183, Kirkaville, Ky., at which place he lived a few years: Whereat, in the Providence of God he has seen best to remove from our midst, Bro. W. T. Tyree, we as his brethern, re cognizing that in the infinite wisdom and tenderness of the Father, he will do only that which is best for hia'childrtn; Jtetolrtd, That in the death of Bro. Ty ree we feel that we have lost a genial companion, a worthy member of this order, and a Christian gentleman. That we extend to his wife and five children, the kindest sympathy of this Lodge, asking for them a grateful recollection from his hrethre n in masonry and in Christian ity, (rutting that God will sanctify all our losvcs to our highest good, Done by order of Lodge, Sept, 1883. W. P. PnewiTT, Hume Emury. And be sure you examine, before purchasing', our line of Seeding Im- plements, as follows: tcJ by Hie Great, the only -- Tho Prcmltr ol tlie Arena.- - The (Ires lei t Llrlng llorsewomanon Kartli. One-hors- Tho Famous Tour anj Six Horwa IilJer. Milton Elliott. Tlio Marrcloua Trlf-I- Ear Vtrtonatn. Committee, -- TAKE THE- - In her chartnlng EiueatrIrnno Bcrar, cul! UtJ "Tlie UMe of Al7loa." ' Mlt. FKANK FIXZ WIIililAIMM, h This line of Implements cannot be Hoins-8ak- rt lO Laugh-Mate- r, OLOWNS lO Jtr. Alsojremember we make a Specialty ot Jblsn .brotners wagons, web-Sst"Wagons and Columbus Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. er GEO. D. WEAREN. I -- mmkmmammmmmmmmmmmmtmmmm jh wMttkli iittriirixntl . 4 M LBCALTIME Mall train going CARB. F.iprswtrsln" N'h oalh u ro " " Hoolh.,.,...Nora.,, ..I ..J -. M DO illli.ll. I 01 f. r. M. . A.M. LBCALJtBTKCS. Hut Paihta of Penny A McAlistw. Bciiom. IIookii at NIC "took of birthday canls t MKobrlMll'. McAIIaWs. CbLT'd ly at Double) A rHagg'. Brrch-lnadln- rt ft l ready mixed paints l A Btagg's. Jos. HAAS Ho Cholera Care. Peony A McAlrster sole agtsl. gun any v? aero Croat WBeansdl you Htaniurd Brakd mw Mock ofverr thing In tin wtlry llnaat I'enny A MoAllstet'a. Watchiw, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllster, Fob cohiIii. ceM , A&, use Compound Birun White l'lae. Put up in 25o ami 60o bottle. Trial siae 10c. Mcltobwts A HUM. PERSONAL. $76. MeKoWtsAStajg. Mn R.11. Wianwt.oi IMchmond, la here. Mr. H. 11 Shanks It back from the Miw Huk F.wiMJ, of Coltirubla, Tenn , I, rl.lllti(?Mr.J.C Hays. Mr Ki.ui Aluk, of Lexington, Is visiting Mrs John 11. Higglns. Mn B.C. LackkY and wife, of Texu a e wjtli his brother Hon. (1. A. Lackey. Mm K II. A HHni.il, uf I'eabody, Ks. la vimllni: tl.fi family of Mr.T.D. Nenlind, Miu aniiMiui J. 8. IJuuiim left for Cincinnati on yesterdsy to spend several Ueu.E IlutniM left for thectiy veitefdav to lay In her fall and winter millinery. Mb. DuDLcr Portwoou, of the Double Mountain Cattle Co, of Texas, will be here Mm. J. 8. AwMfTRONd, of Louisville, came up yesterday to visit her titter, Mra K. T. Young. Mr. T. H. Vr'ALTOM left on the express this morning for Louisville to add to hi took of rood. Mk. D. K.OAKRABI), after spending the summer al hit mountain home, hat re. turned to atudy law. Mr-- and Mrs. 8. J. Emory and MIm ea Annie and Klla Shanks went to Louis ville vesterdsy to Tiell the Great Kipoei tlon. Mr. F. J. CAMrOEi.t. and Nauncrle came up from Itxkcaatle Spring, Saturday and 'aro sow the curat of Mr. John 8. Murphy.: I MhI J V. Oilkhihok, of Crab Or chard, who h now In H coll and, writet back to the that he will be married there sweetheart of hi youth. Mm Haiira Pchmihoton returned Saturday eight from a visit to Mta Irucy Cooper al Hbelby vllle. Dr. Hugh Keul re turned from Louisville the aame ntght. ( Mm Kva, Cocke received a dispatch from Romerville, Tenn., yesterday aflerr n0fr ftartoafloifig the probable fatal lllneat of her father and tarted at once for hi bedside. Mimm. 8. C. Helm and J. If. Uallou left thl warn tog to enter a Medical York. Tbey haro both been readlnj medicine for toai lime and arc pretty fair doctor now. Mr. Chahles W. Mctcalk, of ( wa orer to tee hb brother, Tom, Banday. He ha decided to make a law 7rofhtuvelf and will enter a law ichool at LouUtille next Monday. MiuLula McKihncy, claa of '83, h'ai opened a ichool near her home In Lincoln county. We are confident aha will Daughmeet with and deterre aucce. ter College item in Ilarrodtburg Eater- Mrs r. y e, cliit month. i rt , MiuaruMwi. V. M. IkKiLK, Mr Nellie Griffith and MIm Kate Whcrrltt en route front Lancaster to lioultrllle mlteed the connection here tetUrday and had to thit morning. Mimes Lucy, wait till Ilelleand Kate Bogle, of Huatonrllle, and L. C. Alcorn, of London, joined them at Junction City and all hand wilt take In the Ex petition .M y. prie. LOCAL HATTERS. Timothy Hkku at T. It. Walton. A KEW iteel plow at W. II. Hlggina'. -m BARaAlSs in baraea are being oflered by T.K. Walton. Aii klioant ttocK of Clothing at Ivlinta-to- n A Owaloy'a. A full line or Fall Good now opening at B. II. Shank'. Niw timothy eed at bottom llright A Curran'a. Nice, new lot of (Jueeniware by T. K. Walton. figure at d jut receir-e- Wk want to tell 18,000 aawed ahingle. Bruce, Warren A Co. Call at 8. B. MyerV and get a plate of " nlee Oyatere, aerred in any alyle. of Blanket and Comfort juit resetted by Kdmtiton A Owdey A lahqc tteck waa Thchk a coaaiderable change In the weather yeaterday and frott waa feared nlghl. lt Gait. Wm. Hutchison, of the L. A N., aay he la not the man referred to in our Danrllle letter of Friday. He dou't do buaiaea that way. Vchnoh predict that the weather will be warm, open and wet, with little or no bow before the clow of the year. The winter will be an exceptional one, with etormtv Dedrlch rieam power and cbkIb for tale. Will aelt both together or tefarately; will gtf iwrotaaer benefit of my bay trade, l'rtee and ternM reOBwe. Qe. Wewea. Th L. A N. he two pretty Ueary dam-ic- e oa band mw. Hi. KMa LCM ha filed (we for $50,000 for the killing of ber kuebond, and Mia. Ana Martin anoth er for the killing of ber ton, George. t Hay Prbm, -I- Wtdlng Elder, T. 1. Cook will Wd GEO. O.BARNES in ENGLAND I hate teem to lltrn on these tad errands' he tnrned away from me. tad never hi first rjnarlerly meeting for the Crab XUlAviHia And in this latest Journey of contrition, unOrchard Circuit, at Watte, on Ike Olh pros, 1 RnnsiiAi.K A mw line of Ktlgler Bros, Sfceee fttrt dertaken la response to your stinging Trte Kentucky Cortference of the MethHtaiKUTi!, London, Heft. 8, '83 received at 8. If. SfcafiW. Cynlh-Un- a, words, Mr. Dint, I find Hint ever the odic KpUeopal Church, South, al Btur tuttHar I Indorsed the N. A. and C.'t action We left Bolsgirth Hodse day before tame; and why should not I, who put all THRlargeetetoek of Winter feet Ifl in withdrawing Sunday train from that yesterday, but we are still In Hlghgate. my trust In Him, write "Praise Ihe LORD" town al Edmltton A OwaleyV. road. Ye, andthee anie preacher will Bro. James Tod ha gone to Scotland tot when the LORD 1 to good? Who else his bent HtiY the Gale Chilled Plow-t- he palronlte Sunday tratn all the sime, when ten day anil leave til house just as k to good a right to utter these holy word a " and cheapeat-- of T. K. Walton. It suit their convenience to do o. stand for us to occupy until hi return, a sinner saved by grace? Did Jeiui come - ..I . to save good people or bad? I praise Him The Cynthlana Dmocral glvet the fol- When I say that thl Include n WAHTCii-Bnl- ter, Em, Cabbage, Sweet lowing account of the trouble In Methodist larder, the delicacy and generosity that He saves uie, "Just a I am." Watteti. Potaleand Ham. .T.K, You have therefore done me a kindness Conference about the Willlamslown Col of the kindness can be better appreciated. !! A Nkvy Inrolce of Queeniware and lege: "It seem that the wife of Mr. Over The dear Barlletta returned yesterday to in ventilating my sin, whatever your moGlamwarejuel rrceiTel at Bright A Cur- - tired, of the Willlamslown College, wa their mansion, both greatly Improved In tive. If yon feel a happy playing the role ran'. requested to resign her position at the or health by their month's vacation. MIm of Nathan, as I do that of David; I am ai it y that Jante came back from Paris three days glad. If you feel a little queer In a propBid lot of Clothing, OrercoaU, Ac, Juit gan, which led Mr Overstreet to from the citlen, .can hi leen at 8, II, he would never attend that church again, ago and Vernon been with ua for over het garb, I can only feel sorry for you. not if Christ Almighty himself abould two weeks. Thl charming family we are How do you account for It, that you have Shanka'. i and preach on the crucifixion. proud to number among the very dearest no word of commendation or approval for A Mice line of Drem Good, Velreleen, comedown Rev. Kelly, Hand, and other opposed a of the friend the LORD I continually all the good the LORD ha wrought thro' Water-proof, Ac Juit receded by Edml-to- n resolution to appoint a committee to visit raising up for us, snd our heppy sojourn my ministry in these past years; and A Owiley only Wllliamstown College, which wa voted In Sotsglrth House will be one of the pleas- now like those who riot, maggot-likAnothrr cir load of Trunk and Va-lir- r. down, which leave Mr, Overstreet out, no ant memories of life. the decay of human nature, you pounce thoughtl.inc Trunk $3. to f20. Bruce, doubt Justly, but In the discussion he cut A soon as the Hackney meeting closed savagely on this one sin of pure Warren A Co. some of the preachers severely with hi we began in Old Drill Halt for a second essness, and tell it out to yqur 100,000 i i " W, II. HiofUNs' Jewel Hinge and Bew repartee. charge on Highgate and expect to hold on readers? I trust the LORD to thwart the Arlxona cook ilore hare no tqual. Don't while we remain In Ihie pleasant suburb. malice, that once before, in New York, CROP. LAHB, STOCK ANU buy until you ee them. Monday week, If the LORD will, we return sought to awassinate me by a false report Extra Heed Wheat Fulls variety, for to our old headquarter at 102 Sbacklewell of my utterances, and wa not manly -ale by A. W. Carpenter. A HETTEU election of coal lioda, Taae will always be more homo to enough, after the wrong bad been pointed week Lane. That fire Ml and heating atore can not be found Old com sold In Scott county out to your own messenger, tent by you to us than any plsre In London. thin are al W. II. IHgglna'. al $.105 and new at $2 60. I saw sister Griffith and the children last Inquire into the facts, to right the wrong W.A. Amon sold to Joe Hoblnon 0 Kip Box Bool, hare arrlred. Saturday for a few moments. All well and Thi added thrust at ono who never thought of you except ktndly, will euiely recoil. I Partle haring them engaged ahotlld call at hiailof 03J.il. catlleat IJc. walling to welcome our return. Corn told In Madiwn City, last week at once, Brace, Warren A Co. Last nlghl mall brought n copy of the leave It in Ihe LORD'S hsndi only a a at $1 75 per barrel In Iho field, and old New York.&m of Aug. 28th, from which I matter of right and justice Idling the Ovhtkr and Fitii rfOfiied al J. T. corn at $2"1l0. public know that your attack is not the clip the following: The International and Northern Tele Ilarrl- -' dally, Will rerre oyaler al 25o and first, and unwilling that you shculd occupy, A Clerical Bribe-Oiregraph Company, with a capital ol $5,000, 30c prrdnien at all hoort; iliy or night. "At the town of Stanford, in the Stale of unchallenged, the place of rrnmr morumi 000, ha been Incorporated at Alhany.N. Y. Kentucky. Is published twice ever week a that you are not entitled to on the ground WcTlAVBJuat received and opened a H.les of twenty-tw- o healcf 1,20011. bright, fresh and interesting newspaper of pure merit. There is such a thing as -Terr large UcL of Dry Good, Clothing, From ''ihe devil llrj 17 mule colls at $50 to $70 named the Interior Journal reproving sin " I will learn of Bool, Shoe, Hat, Trunk, Valise Ac. to cillleal 16,000 Kunds of hemp al $5 25 and time to time this enterprising Journal prints even an enemy, but I would be wrong to which we call the attention of lha trade e'ch; written tiy Air. Ueorge letter from 1 ,600-- 1 b cattle at 10 bead of- IJc to 540 O. Barnes, the Mountain Evan-Kflfn- t, endorse his malice by silence. The LORD grnrrlly. lUiiiinlon A Owalry. per head are reported in the Winchester The words 'Praise the Lord' sre shall judge between in. Mr. Djiis, I hope epistles without you will never, as against me, havo another The farmer are taking advantage of the Democrat v scattered through the Lanuahtkh Court. A very good mnch reference to the context, and in ma. welling that the neveral rain hare glten in large capitals, such an opportunity of being in the right the ground and are turning orcr the noil crowd attending court jculenlny but busi- ny place they arc printed with the phrase on n quastlon of morals, and I dismiss you while each letter ends ness was dull. Auctioneer Dunn reports for wheat at a lively rale. The grate field 'Ever In Jesus,' or some expression of like with the honed prayer that the LORD of 1 yoke of oxen for $85; 7 year- character. the sale are alto beginning to look gay again. may give you a better mind, You cannot ling heifer at $13 60, acrub yearling $10 It might be supposed that a religious injure me. I A SUIT for divorce ha been filed by Mr miy hurt myself. "Ever in and fair do. $22 35. Mule ranged from teacher in whose mouth such exclamations Geo. O. Baiines. Ellxibelh O. Baker agalnit Iter huaband of strict Jrtut, auckling mules, of which were so common, would be a man from $160 to $200 and his if not austere morality. To judge W. 8 ,charglng abandonment and failure to there were a good many on the market, own writings, however, the supposition SKIT ADTKISTINKBE.IT.S. provide. Thl make about a doxen iml brought from $35 to $100. would be quite a mistake in the character lar nulla for the Circuit Court which meet of Mr. George O. Barnes. The Mountain LINCOLN COUNTT. In October. Evangelist is not above leading his fellow ! men into temptation by offering them Crab Orchard. I exiiect to leave Tiir Last Call. bribe. We will let him tell hi own story. A very heavy rain fell here Saturday Writing from London, under date of Stanford the firit of October. All penona Following It a Hit ol the winnings of Mam-krlAug. 4, 1SS3, be says: Prince, tbe old Mack stallion, al lbs Falra Indebted to me are requeated to settle by and Sunday night. West- - In 1SM: 'Tuesday nlcht Will and I went to Mis Ly ter, Prof. Itlce'a assistant teach doul.to team, 111.60; HUSTOX VILLI that lime, or I will be compelled to leave of Model Stallion orFits Half110; Uarness Bullion. minster to attend a sitting of the House Ueldlni, their account in the hand of an officer. er, came last week. Commons, having that evening unoccupied 120; Itoadater, t20. Mr. John King and Miss Kate Ward, by any preaching service. We applied Dakvillk Kaib Beat Harness Stallion, S20. W.T.Green. GeldtjrsworiKLD fpeed are to be married tomorrow evening at $ first to our Minister for permits, without ing, 113- - Ural Harness and HtjIe.BUlllou orDouble Bullion, flO; balC DuniKO the heavy ttorm Thursday night o'clock. which none may enter the august precincts. Twin, 17.50, half Doubts Team, special premium, lightning itruck and killed old Bob, the Mrs. Mat Fiih, returned Sunday from Here we were ballled by red tape and de 17.60. JUaDSTOWN Deit KoaJ.ter Bullion, 511; Speed . --I..1livery hone of Mr. J. E Bruce, a visit to her daughter, Mr. James Leavell, lay, with no hope or getting what we want!. 1IA. II. ...- U.m n. Walker, tlO; half of ed until a permit would have been useless, Ueldtng, fSOjliest Klat-ruo- l while he waa alanding in front of the Fran-c- i near Bryantsville. learn, siu. seeing it was thi night or not at all. So Double Hotel. It la remarkable that nothing LliitsTYUesI Combined Bullion, 1:0; Beit Mr. Wilt 8evennce ha taken charge we tcok the short cut, as I remembered to ToUl, IM7.W. Harness Bullion, 111). elte wa hurt by the bolt. on Stanford pike. Mr. have done twenty.two years before, bribed of ihe toll-cat- e Tit A TIM It JlllOTIieilS, CKCIM, llltas.Ai V.31.ltUR. passed in without the least Attbhtioh, HojrreRSI McRobert A Hobbs the late keeper, ha gone to Indiana. a policemanIand seated by the tuber In P. 8. Menibrino Trine will make the season of wa lMlatCoTeBprinn, at Mr. Owena itsbls on the MIm Mollle Brooks, I teaching an art difficulty. Stagg have uat received the Urgent and charge in almost the identical spot from I.imllla snd ilarrod.burs nlke. After the aesran school at her home. She la an excellent which in 'CI I had looked upon a scene the It out, he will be turned orer to W. M. ltoe. th tnont complete atock of breech and muule champion rlnf drlrer of our land, for the Fairs loading Shot-gun- , Itiflea, Game-biga- , Shot teacher, and those who wish to take lesson tame and yet notlhe same.' next season. would do well to patronize her. Thus a man whose vocation is to save Powder-llaaka- , New York Drop poucher, A. J. Siglrr, ha bought a lot on others from sin, cooly bribes a public offMr. ami Chilled Shot and Inttrumenta for loademployers and - icer to break faith with hla breech-loading ing and gun and Main street, and will put up a large bust- violate his duty and after having thus HouiODopatlilc riivslclan, on it. Mr. J. F. Holdam ha sinned himself and induced another to com nes hou will axil them at bottom price. Is actually so Ig purchased another on Somerset street for mil a sin. the bribe-cie- r - - KENTUCKY. The Winchester Democrat ayi thafWm. the purpose of building a dwelling house norant of the immorral nature of his own DANVILLE, as to parade it before the world in a act Swope, of Vaughn' MUI, Etlll cour.ty, hat thereon, Residence, Clemens House; office opp. Central own signature 1 Nit. Bank, Mr. John Tucker, Mite Lida and Mr. public newspaper over his such a person and children tineclsl attention to diseases of women four eon named Matthew, Mark, Luke and I65-J- m lor the uut eighteen yeara. What a mockery it ia for John." If the old fellow keep on In the John Shaw Edmiston, returned Sunday to sign himself 'Ever in Jesnsl' " good cause be may yet out-dthe father from the Louisville ExpositUn. Mr. and That Is murderouily put, but perfectly whom we uied to know of in Virginia who Mr. Wm. Garnetl, have returned from a just. It shall be no part of my life to denamed hi aona Matthew, Mark, Luke and visit to Mr Jennie Pherigo, in Garrard fend a wrong. And now that Mr. Danna LaUufChenault, Severance A Co., BUnlord, Ky., with Mr. Warren Slavin, la home on a visit. baa presented the matter in the above lucid John, Acta of Apoatle, Dick and Tom. CO.. M. Mis Little Fatrls, a Danville beauty, way, I clearly see the wickedness of the Havi.no aecured the agency for the only it the suest of Mica Mattie Evans. Mis thing. I would not repeat it for a thousand Importera and Jobbers of Dry Goods, Notions, Ac, firat-cla637, 6S9, ftl Main Street, Cor. Sixth, cooking ttove in the' market, we Luella Hamaey made a flying villi Sunday worlds. I repudiate the whole trarstcllon - ICY. offer It to the public at a price a low at IS. to Mis ClaudU Csrson. Mr. and Mr. with loathing as from the devil pure and the cheapett grade and defy competition on Harrison Thurmond, of Oarrard, made a simple. I am especially grieved because thi new Columbia. We can refer you to short visit last week to their lister, Mr. it has given occasion for a remark from a over fifty partle uaing it In thl county. Maty Douglas. secular newspaper to a "minister of Ihe We alto have the large! aluck of tlovet gospel;" and thus the dear Savior is again The undersigned having been appointed AdminBOYLE COUNTT. and hardware ever brought to thia market, Iho estate of F. 8. Ksulluiau, deed.. Is "wounded In the house of Ills friends." I istrator of to settle up same. All persons having now ready Danrllle. hereafter we will tell and remember that to Him and trust claims ssslnsl said estate will prcseul thera, propconfessed the sin Mis Mary Mcltobcrl will resume her have erly verified. Those Indebted lo the estate will good at the very lowett price ever offered. Him to put away the shame of it, aa Ho plesse come lorward and settle at once. art data next week. Bright A Curran. There Is for private sale a stock of long since purged the guilt of it on Calva Mr. J. P. Djwhs, was admitted to the BURULARY. Mr.Woolfolk Given' dwel ry. And 1 am sure thai i snail wane more Saddlos, Ilarnoss, Bridles, &c, &o. Circuit court on Saturday. ling house waa entered by burglar on bar in the How I ever The Saddle being ths "celebrated Jemlson make." softly after thia humiliation. Key. A. J. Brady, of St. Paul' (Cathon Saturday night, and eeveral uit of cloth came to such a point of blindness as not to Tbeso goods will ba sold for less than cost snd olic) Church, who ha been in Europe all cur terms. Tneaaddla and harness ahop occuing, Torino of which he recently paid $C5, at the time, I can not pied by F. fl. Kauffinan prior to his death la also seethe wrong-doinla expected home the latter part of lor sale. T. flOIUNOX, Adiur. They alto obtained a summer were appropriated. tell. I am sure the "still small voice" gave 17H-Huitouvllle, Ky. thia week. Bishop J. C Keener, of New mall amount money. They first tried to utterance. But I did not hear it to recpreached at the Walnut street M. its Orleans effect an entrance at the everal door, but ognize it. I suppose that some such devils' LlXaSTtll ADTEBTI8ESIEHT8. E Church, South, on' Sunday morning. failing finally succeeded in getting In at the sophistry as the following, deluded me: J. W. Allen A Co., on Friday bought "Of course tbo spirit of the law does not B. P. WAMBB, windom. When Mr. Given and family 2 and 3 of little A McCormlck twenty-fiv- e IHO". returned home Sunday morning it waa exclude such an one as you from a seat In LANCABTEB, KY. old cattle, weighing 1200 lbs. each, at that a lamp had been left under or year the 'slrangera gallery.' " The letter of the Office over Citlsena National Bank. Office hours $1 20. M. J. Farris, bought or J. W. Al-le- n 1 to t r. m. near the bed.whlch fortunately the wind had statute may. Besides, it is a thing con- from a to 12 x. u. and from A Co., 8 head of 2 year old mules, at blown out, and it it probable that thereby a stantly done. Twenty years ago you asked 8A.M M. IWHDETT, six bead good southern horses A.t 3L.A.W, Diligent $140. Also, conflagatlon waa prevented. a policeman to get you in and be did it. for $800. LANCABTEB, KY. being made for the rascal who aearoli it Bob Jones, a "colored gemmea" waa Ask another now and if he can gratify you, and adjoining counties Will practice in Oarrard llJMyrJ are luppoeed to be escaped convict. on trial in the Circuit court, when this re- pay v him for hi kindness. That is not and Court of Appeals. . Bob bribery. And to I hearkened to the voice 70 chicken. ItEMAiiiCAl'LK, Twelve ycara ago, Mr. port closed, for atealing II. O. KAUPPMAN, a good chance for the penitentiary, but of the old liar, and did a wrong thing. XA."V, A. G. Huffman, of thli office, waa living at had I do not deny it. In justice to for a defect in the indictment. Hi chan- Mta culpa LANCASTEB, KY. Peabody, Kansas, and while out herding ought to ce now are only for the work house. Later; the official in charge, however, it cattle one day tried to releave the monotoMuter Commissioner Oarrard Circuit Court. Will be eaid that no bargain was made iu eithei practice In all th Courts of Osrrard and adjoining Bob Jones got als months. ny of the businee by carving his initial Henry Hawkins, the young student case. Twenty yean ago, an oiu, greasy counties and In the Court of Appeals. on the back of a terrapin, which happened who took tick at Mrs. Dounton'i, some "permit" waa used to pass me in that to crosa hi path. The clrcumatance waa of and waa afterward removed to seemed to have done long duty before. when week ago, course forgotten till Saturday the home of hi tkier, In Greenaburg, has This time we stated our case and be kindthe Mlf-aau- e the arrival of the ahell of been heard from and hla friend are pleased ly oflered to help us. 1 don't know bow be terrapin brought It vividly back to memoto announco that he is improving and now managed it. He didn't seem to think that ry. A little boy had klllol It a few day has aome use .of hi lower limb which any thing wrong wa being done. He was before, and hi aunt, Mr. Dr. Hufiman, first completely paratited. vtvy kind, Of course he expected a pies- seeing the initial, lent it at once to Mr. were at Col. J. W. Quest, (a at home .from eat for hi trouble. Virtually it waa a a souvenir of Hufflman, who will keep It Mr. M. Chile ia here a "bribe." I see It now a I did not then. I hla early experiencea in the far Weal. The Latonla race. witness in the. Cireuit court. Mra. Ellia shall never do Ihe like again, by Ilia dear initial are perfectly plain, though the letFlaig and Mis Bertie grace keeping me. Think of the matter aa ter are somewhat spread by the growing Alklu, Mn, Jo. Snail went to Louisville ou Monday to re- you will, dear friends, who read this I jHit of the little animal. main until Saturday. Mis Vieve Powers, tbb whole case, without concealment, beBE ATMS the lady manager of the telegraph office, fore you. I have eel out in this evangel to vicious dog named be trampartnl, whateverjelio I am, and by telephone announce the death of keeps a huge and The Mr. Joe Ben Given near McKinney at 7 "Frank " There should be a law requir- the LORD'S grace I will continue so. And now I trust the dear LORD according such animal to be munled, A. M. yeiterday. He bad an attack of choln way of grace to turn In the Circuit court, on Friday, Wm. ing to Hi mixture containing era morbus and a of opium waa prepared for him. About mid- - Hutchinson, Indicted for rape oa the per- (hi devlliih plot to ruin my ministry nlirht Sunday, he got up and took too son of a little girl named Carrie Goggln, love Into a better thing than If I had not much and bit death, It I auppoaed, waa waa convicted ou aa attempt of that crime, done wrong. "Out of Ihe eater shall come the result of the dose. Hi remain will be and lentenced to the ptnetentiary for five the meat; out of the strong iweetness," Iho' burled M the old cemetery neir McKinney, year. John Epsom indicted for the mur bis "damnation l just," who says "let der of John Wilson was convicted of us do evil that good may come." this morning at 10 o'clock. You made one mistake, Mr. Dana, when manalauKhter and tent up for ilx yean. RELISIBUS. JLttHOHHtcr h( the case of Geo. Shelby' administrator you wrote your clotleg icatenoe. Not ltli In AdvocaU report th.e re vs. the Cia. N, O. A Texaa Pacific Hallway, not "mockery for such a person to sign Mid 11m of harries i, Mffeflt A Curtan, THM JCOltn" Hon, hi "See, dearest, Upoa My Esse i lead for yoflrlanj you wilt h mint i" mssoasarlhl I Hay Iks word that will malrsms thshaffdts 8j 5 I, "(JIts netliii to think, Adolshns. I t ass not sitttly prrptrej tottr ysa so snswer." "O, desrsil F.llen.do'nolrmlnisoll Kvrty on rat transport rasto ttttlamsty you ml Ml" "Arise, Polony, desr Oh,nsmlt-nsme- ltl I vtU. Upon ons rendition I will." Toaesn notlmrnsaa ink promtss me to-- to too heavy. Whst lll, dirllnf t" A "It Th Is thst yod bsv your weddlnf salt msd Ilk by J. Winter ICy. Co., ths moat Tailors, cornrrofThlrd snd Market atresia. Loulir ills, answer to this was drowned In In a sound ths porplsf of s enrk of s chsnpsgns Ths seen hers described took place It ths Hreat Southern Exposition. Louisville, evening. Il.sprlnelpsla in this Mils dialogue no doubt thought Iheasrlfes Well, whst of It T liotll. Kr., Ihe other forth serurs front observslloa snl from being orerhesrd. Such scents ars quite natural; they speak well young lady's Winter A luls snd Judgmsat In requiring her "Dolphy'MohsTS his wedding outfit tnsds by J ii . Co., th universally popular and slwaya stylish Merchant Tailors, corner ot Third snd Market streets, Louisville. Xj. This esUMlshmsnt Is so wsll known, both al horns snd sbrosd, thst much mors need not U said about It. Yes, even the ladles know It, and speak ol tt, snd work lor It, among thilr gentleman friends. It Is not sn uncommon thing for Isdlcs to villi th estsbllibmint unattended and make a (election ef material or suit for hnsbsnd, father or brother. They are times welcome. Gentlemanly salesmen will take pleuurs In showing proper stlentlon. st all Ladlts visit- ing the Exposition In company with fsther, husband or brother srs Invited to call at ths Mammoth Merchant Tailoring Establishment ol 3. Winter A. Co., corner of Third and Market struts the entire second floor of their sxtenatrs building Is specially lilted up lor tb dltptsy of piece goods snd exsralne Iho master wotks of srt of ths looms ol Europe snd Amerles, for men's wear, which sre garments-ma- de In every snd rutin the highest style of the respect; no disappointment; no delsy In th delivery ot goals; tver prompt, slwsjs on time and al ui wsys In price. Twodsysaroslllhey wsnt lomsksyou any kind of a suit. Wear your old clothes on th road-- let lst Tiirr.5 J. Winter A Co. lurnuh you with th nsw suit. BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE HON. A. . TAT.HOTT, ol Ihe next IN STANFORD, KY. I oner lor sale pelf alely my house and lot on Homerset atreet which Is occupied by J. M. ttallee. Posses-Io- n to tie gften J.n. I, fM I. Terms resaon-ablFor artlculars write lo uie st Hsrper, Kansas or call on Robt. H. I.ytle, Htsnlord, Kr. Ol Boyle, Is scandlJste tot Speaker uouMoi ibpresemauTCS. TO THE PUBLIC We will now pay special attention to ' l to dec. 1 II'. Ml. ANttKKSOS, Harper, Ksnsss. rODHTOM OIUIV. I NO. di. wts -- Farm For Sale ! either bolted or unbolted meal. We promise lo give satisfaction, and wh n will lire Patent Flour fur Whe.t. Irct Mombrino Prince 110- -t Mr A LISTER A HALI.EE. Adjoining the town of IlradfordiTllle, Marlon county, Ky.,cenulnlg III) Acre ol well Imdwelling snd all necproved land; rood two-stoessary outbuildings; good well, orchard sod plsn- tr of shrubbcrst lares vsr Also IHKAcreaof Timber Ijnd, 5JJ miles from Fsrin. w men l win sen very cnesp. Oil on or I hsve the lullest snd lst line of Furniture ol Ml. satires i69-- tr Brsdfordsvllle, Ky. every description ever exhibited In Stanford, as a stroll through my store will prove. My prices are ss low ss slmllsr goods can bo bought In the cities, a fact also capable ol occlsr demonstration. I slio keep on hand a lull line of i I will teach s dsj schoolor. glrls'ln the Springs ! building In Crab Orchard, FurnlturK. School for Girls! Undertakers' Goods B. K. WEAKEN. -V- BcKlHiiiiiK,MoHtIay,Uct.;l, 1883, AndcontluuingS months. I wlll.be assisted by two competcrl teachers, ono an Instructor In mosle. For timber particulars, lerma, Ac., apply MBHKVK, to MltiH l'A VLIMZ Silver Creek, Ky. And sm ready to serve lunerala promotly with a a nice, new Hearse. Ordors by holograph Promptly Attended to. 172-3- A Fine Blue-Gra- ss Farm ALUABLE-; 2, 1883, At Public Sale. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER JLR. T, IE. SMITH, I will sell at public outcry the farm on which I reside, situated sbout 3; miles from nlsnford, Lincoln county. Immediately on the turnpike road front SUnford totktnerset,contalnlng 170 Acre. II has on 11 a comlorubie ana convenient aweiung with six rooms, a kitchen, good barn snd all nec essary outbuildings. II is exceptionally wen wanever falling springs. One tered, there being hundred seres of this land la etrlctir No. 1 snd the realduoisgood grsxlng altogether it Is a very ex cellent atock arm. xnereia on mo place an too young apple treea In full bearing of aelect fruit. At the time time and on the premises will be also roM all my personal property, conSteers, 2 Milk Cows, 3 Dry sisting of 8 Cows and other young Cattle, CO well bred fcwet.J Waggood work Horses, 10 head of lloa, 1 on, 1 Jersey Wsgon, a Mowing Machine snd FarmAcres of Corn ing Implemesta generally. Also In the field and a lot of Hay In stacks. Terms made known on day ol ssle. dte-t- d NVSAJV A. HBXEFEB. Garrard Co. Lands FOR SALE. I offer at private ssle my farm of abou 1 30O acrea. In Oarrard, about one mile below Camp Dick Kob-loswith lsrgecottage houso of eight rooms, In number one repair, all necessary outbuildings, and the land fertile snd In a fine state of cultivation, nearly all being In graas. On the place la a distil-Icr- y or sbout 1UO bushels cspscily. The turnpike from Danville to Lexington runs through this firm, snd the the location Is very convenient. Also 165 seres, a part of the B. M.JonM firm, on th same pike, adjoining the abOTe. Tbe two places win do soia ss a wnoie, or divided lo suit purchasers. The purchaser will also bare tbe option to retln tbe distillery, or it can be removed. Also a amallfarm adjoining the property, with fslr Improvements, In tbe Intersection o the Danville and Bueni Vllta tnrnnlkM .nnt.ln. log about 63 seres. A small tract of 11 seres, lands of T.Dunn. Abna store house In toe town of Bryanlavllle, a warehouse nesr the depot lu Lancaster, a burial lot In the Lancaster cemetery, Ac. All tbo above properly will be sold on verr liberal terms. roriurmer particulsn csit on or address H'Jf. ItKltKKI.K, sep. 18 tf Brysnuvllle, Ky. a JOS. SEVERANCE, J. ROBINSON & Sale of Fine Lands Client, LOUWVILI. SKl'T. Ca.. NOTICE! Kv. sell his entire estate, real and per sonal, consisting of two tracta of land. One of UO AVItKH near 0 Ivena' Church adjoining the land of Albert Smith, the logau brothers, Ueorge Knglemsn and Wm. McAfee; said land Is rich, lies well, is well fenced, wen watered ana In a high atate of cultivation The other, the home tract, containing 3tO IC'itf.'.V, siluiteon l.lb aides of the Lincoln and Mojle I". 1. llosd.a miles from Danville aod and 2 miles from bhelby snd Junction Cities, has on It a good substantial frsuio dwelling ot seven and rooms, good barn, granary, carrlage-noua- e otber Decenary buildings also a good orchard. Tbla tract ts all susceptible of cultivation and Is finely sdspted to the raising of corn, wheal Ac, and Isslso agrasloglarui, bason H4 Is well fenced and will make a desirable home for persons seeking one. As Administrators with will snnexed of Jackson decesscd, wo will on SH 1HH3, at his late residence In Un-rn- in h'KIllA, ESTILL SPRINGS ! Havlntaken chsige el this fsmius waltrlig plsn turtle coming srsson, I sin now Prepared to Receive Guests. I have s corps o Irslned servsnts snd will be sble to furnish SaflHfHCiory AccoiiiiuoiIalleiiH To all persona In pursuit of health or pleasure. The medicinal qusiltles cl.lheso waters sre loo wen mown to me people or central Kentucky lo need a description of their properties. The rates of board will be reasonable. For further Information, apply lo me at Irvine, Ky. 5W H. PERSONALTY. The personalty consists uf 5 cows, 1 yoke osen, 1 bull, t yearling helfsrs. I buggy bone, 2 biood s, marcs, 33 bead ol yearling mutes, 4 large It head of bogs and about 90 sboats; also 1 buggy, several shares In tbe D. A- 11. T. P. rt, wagon, I Itoad, farming utensils, 1 wheat drill, 1 Osbornejresper, 2 barrows Ac. sO'scres of corn In shock. Terms liberal and will be made known on day ol sals M. VKACOCK. J. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - SUltOISON DENT ATTOnNBY Fropr GROIH1K. OIVESS, jr.s. 171. td airass, Amlnlstrators, Thia Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND -- DANVILLE- Iti Proprietor ATTOltNEV At PLANING MILL COMPANY, Manufacturers of is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Qneiti. lat frandreth's BsgKSgs will ks coavared to aad from tkedesel free orehsrgs. Kpeelal aceoaaawodatloas ts to CoBsaasrcHl Trsitlers. Ths Bar will he always sapplled with the choicest kraals of Llasors aad Cigars. u iyij artea Doera, HhhIi, llliuds, WlHilew Hud Deer FrameM, Hcrell Melt!-Ihk- b, Seeia Saw FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY ST. ASAPH, Werk,TurH Ihk Lathe Werk, FleerlHg, Cellluff.Weatk erbeardlHg, DrotJeed JLumber, And other itj ' In" Bulk, and the Nicest Line of 8TANrOItl, - - KY. Having bad this Hotel FURNITURE Building Material Ih ike Also Dealers In llel'imiishcd and Kcllttcd From basement to garret, I ltsieHd te Keep rit-Ht-ClM- And leavs nothing uuJons thst will add to lbs It Ih a Nlrlctly Marnier, COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. mit of twelve J, conference on circuit In Al abama and Teeuetae at 070 coavereioa. la Jesus.'" Thank God I and la it with truthfulit to be The Southern Pretbyterlan Synod will court upon the conclusion of plant! ITe "goad coascieacc." I siould be sorry . Ilarrodsburg, Oct. 10 and the testimony gave a peremptory instruction standing la myself or my own rigbleoiM-Bmeet in But I glory ia a loving Savior, who for the defendant. Northern, at Danville the saw day. Af for the Jury to fiw a suit agatatt that road for $20,000 dama himself 'Ever ge for killing a child of Shelby, the can aUl write Iu patient love ter attesdlvg to buaiuea the two will unite A motion for a "Lew trial i pending, and in died for my i!b, and still eeaten case of an adverse decliion the defendant washes my defiled feet, a he did of old, la oeUWaHsg at Harrodsburg the will probably go to the Court of Appeal. those of 14 err lag d4sclple. Many time dial of PretbytirlanUm In Kentucky. The NatbvllU "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," LANCASTER, KY, farming Iitimbcr! Call oa us or wrIU for prices. We keep stock and will do our best to pleas you In prices and quality ol material. Traveler; CeuimerclHloffered Ars To patronlss me, as I hate every eoavenlsu,suck as NICK UAUt'LK HOUMti, Ac, for their use. slere CO- - SPECIAL INDU0SKKJXT8 aE0.D.IUJtDLvrTAC0., Profrlstois- - HASltM.K 1'L.WMSii MILL ITS Baggage Transferred to asd. ir the Bepet free of (barge. Ulv ems stall. iius Dsnvlll, Ky W.H. fKANVM, sianujlff, Up Tho following nlory, says tho Wfc" mil. soMtr wll1e:ipinaHrlac- Inglon Capital, Ulnioin OTcry dotall-A'frta, milliner of respeclAhiilly mftrrlcl Tuts world belong to Iho cncrgoWn. diMimloil tailor, who nlntsnl, neglected In life, ns in rhess, fortthmiflht nlti. XlWSwAy jwwTBlBgf SwplcWOCv Stfa 15v nnd nlininlotio I lirr. ' Hotel al years havTun truest wklora N a ing pnnod without nrW to his whercs-bonilif r friends advi'rd dimrw and FLKASAfTJtlRS. Tiirjin is not n moment without somo horacocptnncoof nn adiruitrtfloous ofTer ArKnriscn.r pqimro ninn Is 'round nt of marrLogo. Tho ucaon pcrsLilenlly dittr. Clcpv. Mm right (imp. doclinod every ofler, rn.l mIicii 1io hud Iiinnnv and eipi.ilily, loely und word I Ultra think tlirro it no jiJapo liko comb nrciimulnted a mifllcimd Bum slarkd oil in Uio direction lier htinband wni Iioupy cotrli Flowrii', lenves nnd fruit are llirt rhlhiren of light. lo Imvo laken whrn ho left her. Aftwi tnin rnmo tromnn, ntitl alio At Halifax, K H., he recehrd a nliflit Ikvii After liiin ntneo. im I'lltif.M ion eti.balins tfio dead ; envy, EMiermriTV in l'muMm limo wiwa rlow, niul took the i!e inner to rortland, tl(ii vuiupirr, blasU Iho fiving. Mo. Thrnco Jjp fol'.owiil his Iraek lo wonder; now wo mnko lijilit f it. It is Iho enemy whom wo du not Now York, whf to she reascd for many who is thu must dangerous. Tun iliflvronra Ik'Uivii it U nn.i months to heat from I 'in. Finnlly ahe be in Hint a Ikib Imjuiiont il r his fonnd that he w- workin; in Albany, rtt.LUi W K OoV w'tom walllnff oil uriaiMiia toll. school ilnjrw, ninl a Ikhi's nro iu urm for which plare h immediately rlartcd, J?wiirir, tlajA Bho nan aliuiit n vrrrk Iihi lad-- ; ho had Tmnn is a brntherliood of error as A mtti.h Ikijt rcirmrkcil: "I liKo lieendisehatgedfnrdruiikennccJ. Hicnd-inclew ns tho brothcrhrod of truth. gmmlim liocnuio Iio ii Midi n ri her duysal ltvratua wotk nnd bet Vioi.r.vT excitement exhausts the trmu ; ho nltrnys tolls nui to liolp evenings nt dotocti?c loriicc, Iho mind and leaves it withered nnd sterile. mynclf to siignr." dmcovMeil that lug wifr id Wlf and Ja.ljreflil often ahi at atf.fo, large firm in ThoudhCMnnt for racti otlirr"! aM, IU man and Wit nro told lir n mnii'n IkmIjt U ho w.ih empl(.-anwlfo. cohiinI of wntcr, Iml it Chicago. Sh w:j!r tUtt; nd was tyw. M Jinnl lo bollovo thin wliilo looking n swered th.it lift liunbaiul bsdRor.oaw.iy, Tnountt flattery blossoms liko fiiend-shiOinciminli man, llmtmi fixtt. indxhlj Liu w mIu'IO. Not ntisflcd with yet Uiero is n great tliflerenco iu Ml r and this, si i p liiiu'l. d lit lit Old provwb: "Tim (Lirky'e hour in thu thu fruit. every concern in just before 'tlm ilmvn," remarked tailoring business there, until sho met a LoTr, liis doalh, Snmlio, tlion ho slutted out If all rania, aud Ujn llw attache il' f rook who Md that her to otoal n Joiuig uliickrn for IValde tho vcrptor. husband, when lahl J i curd ficiii, was in l.ftUm. breakfast. Omaha. Tnn golden of truth nnd tho It in said Hint kerosene, will rcmovo swer, Lut Bho mlo there, pot nonu went ou. Thcro sho heard silken cords of lovo will draw men on tains fromfiiriiiturp. It nleo Wu that ho had ccrlaiuly loft for Ban Fran- with n sweet violcnco, whether thoy will known to remove tho fiirniliiro, nlnius cisco, where he had obtained n fine or not. nnd all, with tho fitovonml a place as cutter in n large linn. Bhe, of Bcrvaatgirl thpown In oftlinu. Oak man or woman chooso their duruuree, went thither, only to bo told WiiKNKVKBftH ontliusiivitic flliermaii that her huihnnd had' been several days ties? No moro thnn thoy can chooso ppeaka of choice, trout ns "njieekiid awny from work und wits drinking hard. their birthplace, or their father and beauties," all tho froU,Ml-iic- l girla lfo hail not been ot on nt hi.i bonnling-hoiimw- . mother. Uivrgc Kltol. within hearing Birapt-r- , Miu-Obnivm In rarely found nit lion t some ami mnr Tii is led her to isit tho station-housranr : " O, tiie insincere nan." nmturo of eccentricity, ns the Btroiigth and in one of them sho ascerMux SraraoBtfi wa blasting of her tained that her husband was in jail for of spirit is prmed by thu bubbles ou its now Iiohso. TlK) windows, sho said, ten days. Ho was released .and prevailed surface. - Aiv. Jlatfour. woro all Btai(ll- - "That's too I null on to return homo iiftorsixyenra'nbseiico. IIohest giKxl humor m the oil mid But won't turpentine or iiciiziiio wash it All Uiis occurred eighteen years ago, wine of a merry meeting, nnd thcro is no off? "asked tho good Mrs. Oldbodjr. and tho prodigal husband of joro jovial companionship eijiml to that whero ii a strict tempernnco man, in indciH'iid-cu- t the jokes ore rather small nnd Uio laugh" I'vk often heard of tho fniitd of circumstances, a model husband and ter abundant, HWiiiiyloii Irving. sakl Bnbblrs, when informed that ho was Uio father of twins ; " but I faUter and a respected citizen. T1IK 1A1 LI' V11K.HS. most seriously protet against having jtRKV-hitir.i run. ollico is novcr 'llio those fruita presented to mo in tliohapo According to careful investigations, closed. Night nnd day, tho nuwHiianer of pairs." mc longest ohsorved appear ofjleo is never deserted. There u nl nays to havo been a little moro than 200 yards Acsicxni llred; a chicken tlod; Ilia droroatlrka anil hi wing were fried, la length, with a period of nboutelovcn Homeboily nuiko about iho building. III feather by it dealer drlcdg At noon tho work of thu editors liegins sccomla. Tho highest regular Awl, very aliorUy after, djed. censes not until 2 and 3 o'clock tho Soul lio bad none. Adniltt ng that, accurately observed upiiear to have had and next morning. At sunset Uio now cornea it 7 There upon ber hit a height of not moro than forty foot. begin and do not lcavo oft until 3 Ilia plumes a mortal chicken Tho highest waves arq generally vory A glorloaa bird cf paradlan. tho following morning. long; but, for that very reason, thny nro nnd 4 o'clock " An," said a great rascal to n writer, not tho doepe.U, leave off, tho When Uio It h Iwliuwd that the what a ciiiitii story you could make greatest slojio of tho external snrfaeo of pressmen tako hold and work ou unUl if were to tell you my life." ' Gc Uieir labors close, tho a wavo in tho oiien boa never reaches SO sunrise. Before ahead, I'm listening." ,4 Yes, but you degrees, como tohlers, packers nnd mailing-clerk- s nnd seldom cxcewln 15 degn'cs. sco tliat which it inlcroiting I can't toll, in duty. By this timo the counting-rooIt u poiiblu that iu n storm (hero may and that which I can tell U not interest- is on deck, and every floor of tho bo short portions of a exing." ollico building has ono or more, aud, ns ceptionally steep, ns tho result of u rule, n half dozen occujnnta all day. At Uio restaurant: "Bah I what a waves, and theao may bo very tho cooks ought to bo dangerous hi IkxvU ; but they do uot oc- It would bo impossible, therefore, for a steak. One-ha- lf Best wbero they camo from." "Yes, cur nt all in simplo swells, nor do thoy newspaper ollico to tuku tiro without lto-but wlicro do tbey como from?" " Hrtvo determine tho slope of Uio largo under- ing observed in timo to prevent n disasyou never hoard that God sends tho lying wavo from which n ship receives ter. Thcru is noUiing really combustifood and Uio other gentlomau tho its motion. Moreover, tho vessel's own ble about a priuUng ollico but tho pais novcr stored in very cooks?" depth carries it lelow thosurfuco wavo, per, and that iu tho buildiug, and al""Whkbh k the island ofJavasit-nated?- " and tho moan eiTcctivo wavo acting upon largo quantity ways tightly Ktlod and not cosy to tako r asked a of a Uia ship is always less steep, especially Tho Inmrancc ChronMo will boy. "J iir tho caso of short waves, than in the fire. small, rather ploaso copy. Kashvlllc American. duuuo, sir." " Don't you know where surface wuvo. coffeo comes from?" .From those facts wo sco Unit tho "Yes, sir, we IIHI 1TANM. borrows it ready parched from Uio next-dowaves which 'run mountain-high- " Tho immonso fans suspended in tho neighbor." havo thvir existence only in Uio imagi- great hospitals at Madras, India, for tho nation of tho poet. Swurr flowcre I that from your eumiy nook purification of thu air, tho movement of OiTO wtlcoitui to tho Tcraal aua I now Joyoua aa each bright itlooka rofULAxioy aud tksivjwatvuu. which has hitherto been by hand, aro AloXt, dUi now operated by steam power, tho tho lllo bogun. A census bulletin shows Uio distribuHow eloqueut tcvm of dajra effecti vo and cconom tion of population in tho United States When lore: a near your haunta will chaact. ical. Tho machinery by which this is 1U ptalae. And the jour dalatjr foraia in accordance with temporaturo Araccomplished is quito simple, all of the And ha up aedded cliff will prauoa. ranging it in groups by 5 degrees of And get -- much rtrdure ou bla pints. fans iu tho great establishment being mean annual tcmpcratnro it is found pulled by a steel wire liuo somo 1,700 "What do you think of my Uiat no less than 08 per cent, of tho total feet long; that is, tho uholo number of nskod tho grocer, suavely. population livo between lines marked " Uioro's by 40 and 70 degrees Kali. Tho cotton fans 100, presenting a total area of " Why," says tho custosaer, noUiing liko it in town. When I go into regiou is aliovo 05 degrees, sugar and 2,050 feet nro all pulled an ono pendua houso whero Uioy uso it I oan toll it in rico nbovo 70 degrees nnd tobacco be- lum, giving n swiug tl seven or eight an instant." Grocer (delighted) "Such tween 60 degrees nnd CO degrees. Tho feet, smoothly, steadily and without noiso of any kind. Tho long swing mid alnsauliful whito light?" Gustomor prairio region of tho Mississippi valley " Not that exactly. It makes no differ- lies nlmost entirely below 55 degrees, uniform continuous motion produced b.t Uiis arrangement insuro thu. 'hwuiil ence whether tho lamps nro lighted or while tho great wheat region of Minnechnugo of air, without occasioning n not. Irocoguizo it by tho smell It sota and Dakota is mainly below 40 debeats all tho swells I over smelt. I grees of mean nuuu.il temperature. Tho draught. joir.l. guess I shan't want any moro of it, Ugliest maximum temperature is in thank y ou." Customer retires, and gro- Southwestern Arizona and Southeastern It wiU surpriso many to learn of thu cer begins to sling language into tho California. Of tho entire population 89 singular political changes the State of air, to tho terror of tho per cent, ore found in tho classes which Iowa bos undergone. Originally, by khop-boand llio odillcatiou of Uio havo a maximum tomporaturo between virtue of tho discovery of Marquette, JJotlon Transcript. 95 degrees and 105 degrees. In considfr.itornity. Iowa became a possession of Franco. ering minimum tomparaturo it is been Afterward it was transferred to Spain a tfi'miiiioiii.i p.istn.r. cent, of tho inhabitants of by secret treaty in order to prevent it A fuiuil kiuiIohu in I'.uluim moved that 95 per tho Uuitcd States livo botweon tho lines falling into Uio power of England. By into it luiuou in Di triit uiid lutiro night thq treaty of Hu Ildefonso iu 1800 Iowa I ad lioirowi d ton, buj;r, ggs, milk and of 35 degrees below zero aud 10 degrees abovo for extrcmo cold. From this it is becamo French soil ouco moro. Then leioscuofroui as lnaiiy differeiit ucigh-- I in 1803 como tho louisiana purchase rs. Af ler thrco or four duys tho new evident hoy population tends to increase in regions rather north of modium tem- by which tho United States gained titlo family ceased to boirow promiscuously, to tho great tract of loud west of the mid soUle-- 1 down on ono particular perature; or, moro corrccUy speaking, Mississippi nud including tho present bctwoou isotherms of low dejrrco. leighbor. At an early hour in the Htato of Iowa. A temporary GovernOLVCOSK llOXKl'. morning a tmall boy appeared ond taid: ment was immediately formed, and what Decs eat glucoso with tho groatest "Sny, we aro out of tacks and want to now constitutes Iowa was part of a disput down our carpet. Ma wants to know avidity, or, rather, Uioy act aa funnels trict placed under tho jurisdiction of by which tho glucose l& poured iuto tho if she can iorrow u few ? " Indiana. Afterward Iowa passed through A hunt was nado, and tho request comb. For it is truo that honoy mado various changes, being lirst n part of by bees which havo froo occehs to glu. granted, but in tea minutes tho boy tho Territory of Missouri, then of M coso differs scarcely at all from tho and taid : lastly of Wisconsin. In 1633 itbvlf. But tho quantity of honoy Iowa was flrut organized as a Territory. "Bay, we'vo utklaid our tack haromox which n beo will storo away whon fed on mid ma wants to borrow yours." Dei Moines JlcyUtcr, Hu got it, and this Uiao it was twenty glucoso is truly wonderful. Tins gluttony, however, rapidly undcrmlnos tho luiuutcs before hu returned and said : Solomon'h tcniplo nt Jerusalem cost "Bay, ma's pulled nil her tooth out npLiriau constitution, and tho bee rarely over 377,000,000,000, complete. Tlu.ru pulling on that carpet. Bho wants to lives to enjoy tho fruits of its apparent evidently government conductors good fortuna In commercial homy, weiu know it you won't lend her ono of your iu tlllMOdltVH. which U entirely Ireo from beo media- boys?" tiuu, thq comb is made of parnilluo ami One of tho boys was sent over, but it Onis hu allow does not make ii HUiiiim-r- , was mi obstinate carpet, and back coma tilled with pnro glucoso by appropriate hilt a solitary oyster often iims lo tin inaehiuery. This honoy, for whiU-netho taessengcr with : liguity of imikiug u plato of koup. mid Ix'nutv, rivals the oolubrutwl mil " Bay, ain't your husband homo? " Vtry Law Rates. whibVflocr huney of Vormoiit, but can "Yes; wht do you want ? " Dumnu Ilia coiitlnuaBce of the South her husband Im sold at mi immense profit ut ouo-ha"Well, ma's era Kxposltlon, at Lou!erlllc, Ky., (comsemowkew, td 6ha wants to borrow thu prion. mencing Auunt 1st, and continuing 100 yows to pad cm ond of the inienud Qvw lives are liko muiio complicated days), tho Louisville & Nashville d eorpel Utfough two doors and across a machine, working on ouo side of a wall, will sell Kxcurdou Ticket from any ball.1' und delieriug tho lluishrd fabric1 on of iU fallows to ItOuUvIlhi nt one (iiv for TbeUttolMtl to be ix-e- sotuowhero, tho other. Wi cuunot cross tho barrie the round (rip. 1 hese Tickets will been uad it wm ltted here. Detroit Ncw$. and oo tho cud. The work is iu nnr sale erery day, from Ii. & N. station ami KUmb's IKU4fk Lkkt U a wonikrful liaiuU- tho completion is not. win ookoou io car , snowing ample llaie Mt M wcn4rful m Iftll' to visit the Qrealeit KxoItIop ever held Tub sculptor is tho man wbv en I. CaUnliCwN. FerMlelby Ptnnr A Mo in the South, anil second only lo the Cenpretty flguro," tennial at Philadelphia. d wish xArixas. InfiriMMtiM Wanted. kin n r)t A Hall nnlli ol anllal) rrwaM will l.o In Hi detection nl iA- - an foM I h rro inn U.( iiinnne " ivn.ikion, wrs. n.nl,. (ndrtrvr) and rrrorrrr of our larva, wMrh ni nccnuni iur wnrn onr I r ra tgn, mJ fnf fnrofmatlon H' is r. . uttt.isa Til R x Uhlraro, III .. a M 0 0 H H CHCrVCH MRrCTrrRT. V. Marrhnn. M KTHimiHT, MOUTH."rf uif. H. mornlntetery rMnr. rVrrlera ere Cun.tar and nUhletrrpt the Ihlnl. MrMInc Thuravlay rRDrWHfBttl, IK M, Wrights Indian Vegetaile Pills d iw And Hlf BiriousComplalnts HMctrt lake.hrlti'tpnrFljrvrvrt.iMe. LIVER rrlcn 2.V rts, Ml llninim. nm nlhl. suiklay Heheet a4oe A. M. II. 0. Motrlm,Ntiprlntentfit. MT. VEHNOH, KY. y. lllltr J. Mriiauok,Paator. HorTree BAl-risf-llafpeond and Fourth rlundafa, rnornlnf ad Wituoaa, Taaiinii, Mrellr atory Wlnelay after-soo- n. T. Jf, fAaxQH, iht, " Monday 8chonl K. K, Farrow T. W. W B VAHNON. rluprrlnlandrnt. A.'i JA."V, HTArllXIRI), KY. CHRIrlTIANWonlilp lit In rafi(rrairn"T ttalra. lir. J. w. ivi. Oflr In Owaley A Hon' new biilldlaf-- up onSemndand Kourlh Ird'a Tja. Monday Frhaot at t.l. Jix. rVrrranre, Huperintendrnl. M. I'JOYTOnT Kt. Irafr Aarroitrvjavw rirmniir IHIHDBTT Ir A iKO I llin WU ai j.aw, ltMi,a, ArrOHNYH fiRniiiVTkiiiA'pi". L roT, Iot. nwnrw. wiii,niiinnirnieni. iiiania. rlun.lay rVhonlatt.M. HniTM.-K- 7. urion frajar MMllnjon is. ti.tS. John W. Will mx Ik. InlhetViUrtaof Lincoln ami ad. Jolnlnj roiinllra and lb frrlnr IXiuct and ttmrl ol Apala. rpnlal alien I Ion lten lotollecllnna. II J Ufflraon l.aiuwaicr alrl. A.'XTtIirVldV Al ..X.A.W, nrAMFUD, JCY, . nORrte-In- ir wis-pe- ROBBED GERMAN INVIGORATOR! ra ThonMnitanritrarra annnallf roMxst otlhnlr f Ictlma. llrra prolnncril. hapflncaaan.! hrallhra- aiomi f on or mo grrat OPERA HOUSE. HTANrtlltn. Y. A'i"riiN lav a.'i IIANVIM.K, KY., Wlllprailltaln Ih ATiRX, ANDHHBON, iaw. Court M Court of e and aljolnlnt roiintlMand In the Court of At'"i And Mailer IJbintnlaaiaiierlloetraatlCirrnlt , MT VKK.NUN, KY Conrla, Will praetlea In th. Ullle. In Otmrl-hou'' " W. P. WAIaTON, BlatrHa-20tM- - - Proprietor. At lairttaiy lAmlF j. ii. nan, At JitV. g nlle-mnnl- y tli-t- t d Uirco-fourtl- Which noaltlrrlr an.1 Jvfniancnllr nirra 7lo-trnr- v, (cananl Iit orrnra ol anj klnJ.) Airmf-im- f anj alldlM-- e that fnllnw a II cii.-iic- , Inaa of rnrrjr, loraol arqii(ncofrVlf-Aliut,a- a mtmorr, iinltrrml laiolin.lr, pain In tho hvk, anil nanj illrantMofvlalon.i'rrmatiiranM nthrrllrava that leml lo ronsumpUon ami a pre mature irat. wrrrVtuI for rlmilara wllh troll monlala frm hj mall, Tho 1XVIUOHATOK la aold at II prr Ihiz, or alt taxra for br all llrunlata. or will Lo arnt frrai hT mall. rurrlr rcalnl, on rrrrlplilprlco, hy a.Mmilnt: t'.Uht romitltla arta ol Horn. cry rVallna capaclly. IneluJIrr nailery, MM. Ilntannatilo rate to kooiI altraciTona. Addrrat aa . atora. (, Stanford Female College. NTANFORO, Oflra MUIKIIION OJdM'riH'j', tirANFUKIi, K.Y. JViMlb lIuKVMAW, Ih.My.reHaLI, Par. Nltrena ilttd. Ila aid. Main HUtatt, two door a d abet. ttaa foljrnt for llio United tltaloi. 113 '. J. C1IKNRT, Aaamaalrrl,Tolcdo,(hl. 191-- 1 KY. IIIJILLLV UK Vf. Ud 1'KNNY, jr With a Full Corps of Teachers. ThUlnalllullonwIll.i-riilton lb. 3d Monday I)iiIIhI, Uy-bre- 1 ((05111 aRim In fptrmlr Tblfleenlh Heoilon net I. OK A HrANFDKII, KKNTUCKV. Offlc over Kohl. H. t.Tlla'a alore. Ofllc. loaf from I to 11 A. M. and I lo a r. M. Aheatbellea id mlhlaleml ween DereaMry. IIJMfrt AM. Till: imANCHKH T. J. ItONMSV, lio-tm- s r-r- House THOnOUGHENGLISHCOUnOE Ar. tauht,a walla ITMnt MOBtU, TUB IiANCJUAOES. nilAW. MaTatT Painter & Paper Hanger 8TAN1-OHD- . KY. tf'atam INO AND TAINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. InTulllaa. Mlrearaixofron Its to f0 In lb regular Department, rrlmarr, lil, Iniertnedlala un; rreparauuy, (in, ami iiiet;iaie, ion. Par full particular, aa In Hoard. Ar., . ren MKN. N. '. TKIIKIII:AKT. rrlairlpnl, &UnfarJ. UdmIs Co., Ky. "Hf-llVO- OUTJK." Chicago Louisville, New Albany & Railway. Palace Tit INS A -- - TIIK fl.YfaV LIMK;ltONNINII y mar-riago- ," 6lTTEBs In tropical smt in levrr ami agno other rririon-- i ilaltnl liy rplilrrnlea, ami Imlrctl In alt locallUes wht-rthe ron.ll-liin- a aro unfavorable to bralth, thla Trjrctablo invlgorant ami altrUr, lluat-IU- r's Slonuch lllltrra baa brrn found n potent aafcjranrJ rrtn to frrble conUtallnns anil fragile) franira, wtiilaaa a euro forlnUlirrstlon, Mlloiunraa ami Mull ml complalnta. It la without n rlraU for cola by all DnifrcUu and lxalcra 13 HALUS i IMilliniiii ' Cars I AND HOI.lll LOUISVILLE HriurtALKnTirii.-l'aaarncrra TO N. CHICAGO! Irooa ATARRH Carlty-Chron- PORE Tl!lllrancherl. In Ilia to IWulu" and lallbrroln( thruujb ! A It IL r arrlr. In loeUrlll train af lb "Maaoa lb. Kaoc BECoaruorpsp hy niTciciAiia. sea-wav- . gmOTUIx, sea-wav- es typo-sct-tc- CARTER'S " OUXUMI lo una Citnrrli of tho Nasal Uloorntlrot Oatnrrh of tho Knr, Lo or Tnroat. It I. trtkon INTERNALLY, nnd net OIRCOTLY upon tho Blood and Mucous Ourfnroe of tna 8stom. It If tho hoat Blood Purifier In tuo WORLD, and I worth ALL thutlo charged for It, for oiono. (Irrfiirnstlr. CranrnrJatlllf, Idtrajette auu t turnco miuuni rnan;r. -- TIMIITAIILII nTA I lUNn. llly. T I 01 lialiy". that l.te, loularltl Air. tlreenratlle. Cr.wf..rd.IU. ' ... . tyiHi-settc- I EVER il PRLSC ITTLE 0NL7 IHiERKAL CURB m vuo-HUifuc-o super-imMi(K- drat to n titlloua Btclc ITrncIaclio ami rcllCTfl alltho tronbtm Inel. n, aUUa of tho nraU m.aadi aa Nanara, Urowan, IJiitma af UT ratlcr;, In llw biilf, Ac Whita thrlr moat runark-aW- o aacccas hia brrn ahovn lo caring vnE SiCK a CD r- MAIIKKT.C Hundrod Dollnro lor nny And we offor Onao of Catirrr It will not Ourcj WILL CUKK ANY CAHK. UfiVM t A. T HrawiuT A Cu'l Cnicioo, lll.Jun4, ISU, Ifrarr. F J. t--Srnty.t .. Tl4rW,i. U. (ralrmm I tain l.hsvwrn In lolcmln- - ynu tliat 1 .'tao uol Hall OiUtili Cnro. Ii luu don t brallatnto tHmllno laverylal-n'- t aiy thnt It trill run) any nw of Colon Ii if latum Yours tnilr, roprly. J. It. VTciTntaroau, . WOTtTII OIO A iiottli:.-E.McnmTJot kacn, 1!U II, write tiara had 3d year. HlllV tltarrhCurociurd rauurli for run. (uit.Wr II wirili llHWn l,ttlA. lrtSold by all DniicW nt ',t eta r ritli naniifactiire.1 act acJ.1l by F J. aitXUY CU ooi TOIjilX), OHIO. For aal. In Ktaalurd by fenny A tVlN THE Ono mhUm 7 M ata a Ut ttm Cblnvo Th. nut direct route. wlllvnlr on. rbaacaof eara,taall pclnla In Vlconln, Mlnoeaala, luwa, larlber lafcirualloa, aaldrrat Nrhmka. An MUIIIIAY KKLI.KILII. I'. A.. IM- Loulavlll. Ky Ijilaycll.-- . 1 am ait iim i ai p w 1Uaa I 0) pm a IS a a 4 It II pm aw Msyikfe najhvSlm THB ORCAT Through Trunk Line Bchool-tachcg this annoying complaint, vallothty alaacorrrci all disorder of tho ttonuch, tlmnlat tho llrrr and Ksalalo tuo bowila. i:?ca If thrj only cured noxlaehMtt CartrrV UUto Urcr mil are njnallr Taloa2lo in Cousilpntton, cnrlnff and prcrraUnar UrAllaler. forlorn-lookin- -- well-kno- or Actio llicy wnnldboalmoitprlcclras to thoaonha cntrcr from this dlstrcMlsecfimpUnt; butforta-nate- lr their Roodnou dora not md hire, and thoaq vhoonca try them will find Uicm llttlspllUiTala-abl- e la M manywaya that tbry will not be wll'log UiUoTiiUioutthim. Hat alter all sick bead HEAD ACHE -J S P f- o rir. CD CD Afflicted, Attention DK. GAIVN'S REMEDIES FOB THE MILLION. MANUKACTUKKD IIY W. K. OAMN, M. I CD a? en P., au-i- koro-nono- ?" la tho Mno cf ro many Urea that hm ! where we rnako oar (rrcat bout. Our pill euro It vhlla other do not. Carter's Utlla JJtct rills aroTcryrmalland TrrycaaytotaVc. Onoortvroiullanuikeadoae. They aro ttrlcilr Trtntcblo and do not trlj-- or who pnt, bat by thiir pinllo action pleam all BoU naothem. lnvlaUatsScenla: flroforfl. by drocglata cvoy where, br acst ly uau. CAKTER HEDICIXE CO., Now York. co O.P oP CD - MONTICXIXO. KY. world I Illed with Ih. wuodrrful, lautl-fu- l aad Intricate Inrenllona ol man. ret all th corahlocttl talent and aenlua that tho world haa .? er Known naa never produced aoylblnr that can compare, wath ''Ir. (lano'a lletucllf.' Medlral aklll and eclene. hare, aa jet. tailed to dlaeorw any thin eiiial lo tbeua, Iur th. cur. of th. dla-eafor wblrU tbey are reconineuded. Aa their virtue and uar are fralatxl hr thouaanda tbrouah- out th. lenjlh and bread 1 1. ol th. land, aoJaa HlarHlard Kauillr they cannot bn ai- reiieu, ana ar. miiy auiaianiuifrl riy an. WlllWUCIinge aad wllh SUatltHfr ROUTE Th. SHORTEST AND QUICKEST raoM wunrrux to Tin S00THL& WEST PULWf ij,CIRS JSSXR AllaaU. Saraaaab, Jackeonrllle, M.blla, aad IlewUrltana. pCfQ CO (jO h- THE BEST OF ALL Pr2 SJP a CD P - p'p CD p .SK BEST ROUTE TOLORJDA In ralac. Car a Wltbont faaaia. O c--f- For ('ouibi, Culda. Croup, llronehlU. Contump. ol lb. Throat and Luata, tloa and all Ulx-aau- s rn Umo CD Ir. CIaiiii-- Coiirii NyrHp. C'Hrc. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST froaa LouUtlllal receive 8 for Lirer OompUlnDjipeiaU, Umo InJUeetloo Jaundice, Conallatlon, Dour biuaach and all Ulllou IllaraMi, PHIPDIUTC CITIIUnHal I O pccll I' LiWENTS JOE - o CD CD Dr. Uhhii'h Liter ual A(l AcMorwrlt, Una ol thl. rod wUI low ol Itda Coupaay for ralra, reolaa PalacCara wllheutchaoja. SeeUncherataoothe rat. C.P.AThUh,0.P..T.A. LoulnIHa, Ky. For Uhcumatlam, rJwrlUnKa-au.iler- For mom lhnn a tlilnl of n eentBrr thn Bmeaiciaiiiktruifri.iHliaeHtlinjilcen known to millions all oyer tho work! a 1 tlio only- solo rollanoo for tlio rollof ol accidents: mul pain. It Is a inodlolne nbovo prleo unit pmlso the bat or it Iklnd. Jr'orcvcryXoriuorrixtcrniilnain I uw IU a-- S Laaat Neuralgia, Bpralna, tlrklaea and application Iur manor BBAST. p o p CD Vm Dr. tJaint'H Lliiliiivnt. rlalula aud all Forl'llea, lleinorrholda, liuroi, aim liar dlaraaea, KENTUCKY CENTRAL H. A. ar rxn -- THE MOUT DESIRABLE KOUTK MEXICAN Hastan2 Mnlracnt is Tvllhont nn cnnnl. It peuetratnit fleali ajul tauacla to tlio very bone moklnn; tlio oonlinu-anc- o or pain unit tiuVniimutlon linrxw slblo. Itsetrocts upon 1 uinnn Fleali und tliollrutaCrentlnii uruf.aun.llv wouJer Clll. 1 A Pp P- Ph -t. per? fh e- P P rf O9 CD Uho Umo Dr. Ghmh'm I'llo Oliiluieiit. and Old Korea, ct For Freah Cub, liurna. Ulcer CD S M rh PT O rs s c. p--ai Ti . Dr. Ghiui'h DIKcr-MwcOIhIhiciiI. UHoDr.GHiuOHNtoHtucli l!l((cra And decidedly lb Popular ItouU, aBbrdlDf, a It doc, lcacbanMnd luperlor arcouaiodatloM to cinrcinrwATii Miuouri, Iowa, Eantai, Texas, T-U- Tlifl CD CC CD m oP CD CD CO A Rellahl. Tonic. Appctlaer and lllood Purlllar, Th North, NorthwMt aod Woat. to fact, If you paeala, lndleaUon, Llrtr coot uiJaU a trip In any direction, your lolwaat and alao cure Complaint, Malarial r.trra and all periodical will he Lealeerted by purehaalna your llceali Tla IllHaae. Manufactured and br aal. by (ant New l)y Coachea, and handwuialy furnlah-- d UecllnlDf Chair Car lora th. UDequalad 3VT. X)., 3C. fiulpruenuof thl Did Kellatle, tharabj niakln a Irf n tl.am thl. Una .n l ln..J.n. u.uf..i Hoi proprietor, Montlcllo, Ky. "All order pleaaur. Try It. tt-- lt by inall will reorlT. piouipt atlantlon. lf W. MUSTANG is noodoil hv omnlmlv In eToryboaao. Urorydaybrlnfrunowsof tuo amour ox an niriui firaiu or uiana iibxlued, of rheumatle martyr or It valuable liurae or pa; avctl by tho hcaliiip power of this IAnlment TIME TAULE. IM KFFKC JULT I . I glu-co- m lf nnil Mitrnlua, l,olouon llltr , mul SiluKa, Mimiraa, Old Hores, ITIctrr. 'rot Iblalna. Noro Nliiulti, t'aU auat. ami Imlccil every form of ujtcruul dl- nae. It lirnlj wllhoiitaeara. Fur tlio IIiilti: CitKiTiof It cures Mfiralu, HtvlHiiy. HtlPT Joint, a, I'oumlei', llaruea Korea, lloof foot ICnl, Hercnr Worm, HcaIi, llollovr Iloiu, Weralrlira, VliuU Call, NMtlu, Thru all, IlluiiuoMa, Old More, I'oll 12vll, I'lllil iipon (lie Mzht uml tivcry olbir ulliucMt Iu ivlilrti tlm ocrupaiil ut 111 nmu,a HI1II niinH INIH HI. liauifl. 'J'lio Alerloaia flluntaujr I.liiliiientfJ ninuyit vuivi uiii uuiri uu.iuuii mi ii vf, imtuuruiyi LINIMENT Kliouiuntlim, Inl.il. ....... MtrellliiK, Nralil, Cut, Hruliat nnd 1.. W& rSP O Mm trh h4 CC &P. P PP 5 IH. rN MCD Ll P--. k CHES1IPEU Kentucky's 01 RY. bOUTU. Ho.t. Mo. 4, Mo.M, Lt, ' l.va. Corlngton.. Kouto East S cc CO Arr. l'arla.. . l.re. 1'arla. Arr. Lexlunton.M " Cynlblina. Faluoulh.. too tu II 11 Ua a It a I 12 U 15 in a It pa a a in la p p id r iu p u fl fi 40 Dipp l& 00 p ra ui, Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Th. only lloe runmnf wlilnli opoedlly cures such ailments of Uio HUilAN VLKSII as OtlrTi PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS AMP ' 3 3a-J r-- rf- - P SP. P A SOLID TEAIN raoit LohImwIUcCIhoImmhUhhiI Ihkiuh, My., Arr. Maratllla, l.re. I 'ilia. II lo a Wlncheeter It la p ' Itlchiuoud.. . " idocaater u.. Arr. HUuKird June Woaru. Mo. J.ru. rllanlord June Arr. I'arla Pari. " Milleraburg. " Carll.l... . tUp la 700 par p I -- H W.M liii l i IWpu t IS pro 7 IS p w 10 10 u an u m IMPIII IllUSpui OS pu pui i I Mo.l. ni w p ni Mo. IS. 2 Lx lU-raae- ?S rn B' h-- M CD CD WASHINGTON CITY. Conotctlni In "tamo depot wllh bat Iralua lor TSTe-Kx- B--i Bail-roa- THE BEST OF ALL s5!?? P WS c? M r O r(JQ --q O 11 ? Ssw P P The Direct Route to Lynckburg, San ville, Norfolk, YorK. - LINIMENTS W3 mat ox tl CO Ail Virgiuia aad North Carolina Folate. For ticket and further lufnriaatloa, apply to your ncarnt ticket oWcvr addreaa JAMKM CMSKMNT, Haul. YVeeUrn A rant, MaluNI.,lulailil., Ky, 7 V) p in 8 SO a ni 3 IS p ru I 00 pm ...... 70 p 10 ....... t'rlllo..... ' Millrrahunf 7 Maw P tu . V M a u 3 IS p Air 1'arli. .. in..... l,Tk liiiiKtvu 7 to a u JOa iu I is p I'aila. ,mw 0 US a ui SB J p u " Cyulhlana.. 10 04 a iu " Falmouth. Arr. Corlnguia II 0 M p ru No. to l.r I, (on a in, Arr, Myi?lll o CO a ui ,u .w ,.. Arr. b la.vipiaiQ . a. .a Vf No 97 la I a,ar al et aa m.a No. 7 l.r. MiyitllUl 00 p hi. Arr. 4 00 Lm a a. Wrt Alt y ww u a. Itl - mv, l'..at v at. Ja)(f. railHUHlH m aw F U f UU No ft l.v ralmoulh 0 15 tu. Arr. CViv. S 10 a m " untaaler . Klchiuood. . ' WlnchMtrr., . LTe, XlajaTlllo Utu lliitu iiiiu Una Illiu t 30 a I0IU 0 . I OU pm 0 63 p ni Mpia PSpu .npui a IUp wijiiiiiiuiuau, .' Iji, Wo, SaaDtMtUllr UtWku KichiuouJ, Uxlogtoi. uu vvfiugiwiif vie vjun ! J fJUCVfil QUIIU. Special Rates to mie;ra.ta, llui, ronoKllooa, . 4iMTfr.t biast. 310 C, W.NMITH, Oao'l Ml VV For ticket, ratra and Infuiioallon perlalolac to Ac, callou oraddrea W. B, McKODEKTH, W. BKMBKK, If. Vf. rilM.KH, uau'i cbuionJ, Ylmlula, r'r Aft. Huperlnteudvnt. Haulurd, kfy, MtOWN, ,CIU A Ueu'l I'aaa. 1(, AgL Aaaar,