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NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUME 510. from Young Allison' STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Ordinary Confutation, is war to tho knife betTwo Womtn. 185. That there W. P. WALTON, tor Phillips' Daily Exposition Ncm, I'uhlUhnt 7W(fnv oh if ifrtttttv; can no longer be doubted, The News yrsterday afternoon contained this sigAT nificant editorial notice: (ta.n lJ3It ANNUM. "Mt. Shasta, oi tho Northern range ue- MTFImm doa'l Mud Mtnpi In payment of of the Rocky Mountains, lifts its bald crlfll"'.cTlom thm,Dl then of d peak 10,072 feet above tho nomination not oMhre cent. Tho Courier-Jourhas lurnlshed us an advanced proof of an editorial How art Madt, as One of the most laborious tiling which will contain this morning, follows: cofiBMted with Ike management of a "Yes, wo admit that Mt. Shasta is rail row! is the instituting of changes and Is 10,572 feet above the run fn the lime table governing el. But what of that, tho oiog of trains. Instead of It being when potrolotim cleanses and purifies done with pen and paper, as many d tho scalp, thus giving any ma suppose, the entire running arand freight party, a luxuriant growth of hair for rangement of all passenger the ining. What if Mt. Shasta is 10, trains, their crowing of other tracks, when 072 feet above tho or passage o! other trains, their stops, TifATTiiiKviwi TAitiFr U nino miles and lost timo, are calculated by simabovo tho proper figures? But why is ple, common pins and spools 6f differthis urged at this junctnre, and what ent colored threads. Ilcfore n timo-tablhas Kentucky dono or tho Democrator schedule Is prepared the time ic parly done that babes should ehoutj chart Is first perfected. To prepare a bald-heato tho sturdy old Ellsha of time chart a large sheet of drawing tho Ilockics and complain of the water paper is first stretched on a smooth supply? Wo say onco for all, Mr. surface and mounted on an ciucl. The Tilden will not be a candidate " chart is ruled cither for two, five It Is understood that the Kctvt has time by horizontal lines Tht New Pottage Law. or more hot shot to pour into tho Courier-Journa- l, In view of tho near approach of the and perpendicular cross lines. The and that Mr. Wattersou is Slang. 2 cent postage rates there is a needless "time" is marked above tho horizonpracticing with tho sand bags. Discussing the subject ofalaug, tho worry about tho 3 centstamps by those tal ltBe.and the distances, or stations The unveiling of the monument oi Now York Times states what is very who havo a stock on hand. The imand terminals, down the first perpen Geo. Zicherv Taylor, reminded tho well known, namely, that a largo pro- pression seems to bo that tho old stamp dicukr'Iine. -portion oi what is now good English will no longer, after tho 1st of Octo, of this story: Per illustration, 12 midnight is the Courier-Journa- l In the Presidential campaign oi was at ono timo slang; that all new ber, be received at tho postofllces for mark on the first horizontal lino, and is marked until tho twenty-fou- 1818, when Gen. Taylor was the Whig forms of expression aro virtually slang postage This is erroneous. Both each hour and stamps will or the following midnight hour, nominee for President, the Into bril- and that such of them ns are pictur- the old Is reached on the last horizontal line. liant and erratic Henry A. Wise, a esque, expressive and meritorious are be good till used. Tho threes can be Between the hour lines tho space is di- life long Whig, refused to support his destined to permanent adoption. With used with a stamp for postage letters, or single ones, vided into minutes and graduated as caudiddacy, and quitted tho Whig reference to a certain modern colloqui- ou double-ratOn a fins as desired. party never to return to it. There is alism that is finding its way into tho for that matter, if the sender is willing remarks to loso the extra cent. Even in that chart the space between the hours is a tradition that ho was making, on a newspapers, tho Timet "Who invented the verb 'to monkey case tho sender pays no moro postage divided into Ion minutes' time and tho certain occasion, a violent ten minutes' time into two minutes' speech. lie ridiculed the idea that will probably nover ba known, but tho than undor the law requiring a timo. Tho hour lines aro mado heavy such an old ignoramus should bo elect- inventor 'monkeyed' with the English sta'mp. Tho old stamp will bo and the lesser lime lines aro of alight ed President, and charged that his language better than ho know. The as valid for letter or newspaper post er shade to distinguish them. Tho dispatches, letters, and even his letter word is so full of meaning and differs age as ever. There is then no need of one terminus oi the road, Milwaukee, of acceptance, were tho emanations of by such delicate and subtile shades apprehension of loss by those holding far Instance, is marked on the first his Chief of Staff, Maj. Bliss. Tho from the legitimate words most closely a stock of tho old stamps. Postmas14ae beside the first time mark, 12 late Beverly Douglas rose to reply, related to it in meaning, that it wins ters who may havo an excess of them midnight The other stations follow and, having answered the various ar its place in tho ranks ofgravoand will find allowance mado for them in down tho perpendicular lino until tho guments of Mr. Wise, came, to ho regular language. Already it has their periodical settlements with tho from tho sidewalk and is met Postoffico Department. other terminal is reached. Then all personal charges. "Mr. Wise,' said is ready to prepare fer the running he "tells us that Gen. Taylor is so ig- with growing frequency though as yet A good deal depends on tho lady at provided the plus and norant that he can't write his own clad in quotation marks in tho colthe Governor's mansion, as well as on thread are ready. A blue thread name, and that Maj. Bliss had towrito umns of our newspapers." the Governor himself. In this remeans" a passenger train, a red thread it fer him. Well, if Tho Republicans havo controlled the spect the pooplo need have no apprea freight train awl if the trains of oth- this Is true which I deny and shall National Government continually for hensions. Mrs. Knott is not exactly er roads use part of the track thoy are presently show to bo untrue it is only moro thou twenty-twyears. During a "society woman," and by no means designated by different colored thread. another illustration that that jeriod there has been an enor is a devotee of fashion, but she is one Where ttiuv 1. Eltu It is calculated that the running time mous iucreaso in tho total number of of the most intellectual and accomWin.' " Tun JMf taU shall be, say twenty five miles an hour, Government officers and servants. It plished ladies in tho Commonwealth. A dreadful conspiracy was discoverand for the purpose of illustration, tho was just as apparent fifteen years age--as More than all, sho is a good woman tracing of one passenger train will an- ed by tho polico yesterday and promptit is now, that a system of examin pious without cant, and zealous withswer the purpose of explaining them ly nipped. It had bceu arranged to ation aud promotion for merit would out ostentation. Paducah Journal. all. A passenger train leaves Milwau kidnap Col. John G. Craddock, the improve tho civil service. The ReKenlucb-tan- , Tho number of Bibles printed at kee at 8 a. h. A pin is placed on tho venerablo editor of tho Paris publicans had the power to establish immediately alter the dinner at the Bible houso, New York, for the horizontal lino at the 8 A. M. time such a systora at any timo. Did thoy month of August was 20G.O0O making mark and tho end of tho bluo thread tho Exposition today and put him on institute tho reform or make any seran advance of 32,319 over the corresfastened thereto. Ii tho train runs exhibition. It is believed that the ious effort to bring ii about? Not at man wanted Col. Craddock without stopping fur fifty miles, tho glare-heall. They havo waited all theso long ponding period in 1882. Rev. R. W. to stand alongsido his hatchery and ilblue thread Is stretched over opposite years, carefully maintaining what they Logan, of Micromino, who, with his wifo, was present at the Women's to the station at which tho stop Is lustrate the two extremes of life tho now admit to bo a partisan civil serchicken on ono side, made,Cand directly under tho 10 A. M. vice, until they seo that they must Board of the Interior, which met in this city ono year ago, has translated time mark another pin Is stuck and and Col. Craddock, tho tough old roos- soon relinquish their hold upon the tho New Testament into the Montlock the blue thread wrapped about It to ter, on the other. As staled before, National Government. fNow York Herald. keep It taut. If this Is a atop, say of the conspiracy was nipped and Col. Sun. language. forty minutes, the bluo thread is Craddock, after dinner, will tako his number of Catholics in the The An editor to whom a subscriber stretched to tho 10:10 A. m. mark on place in the Government museum United States and British Empiro is Lou catuo in grumbling about his subscripamong tho alwriginal remains. a direct lino with the same station and tion prico being too high iu - compari estimated nt 1(5,000,000 souls, with another' pin stuck and the bluo thread isville Commercial. son to tho "city papers," put theso 105 Bishops, 10,000 priests and 13,000 wrapped. The train starts and tho Lady Wildo says: "Naturally,and questions in tho next issue: "Do the churches. In tho United States the entire course is thus timed and distrib- by initinct, a woman has a strong ten rate of increase has been three-time- s uted along tho road. If the railroad denoy to look on a mau of genius as a city papers givo you homo nows? Do as great as in England, the Catholics has, Bayforty. or sixty passenger and god, and to offer him worship as well thoy coutain notices of your schools, hero comprising 12J per cent of the freight trains running daily, tho time as love; but in tho fatal intimacy of churches, meetings, improvements and population, and owning seventeen per hundreds of other things of interest, chart when it is completed looks liko a day life, illusions soon vanish and sho cent of church property. great spider e web stretched out with finds that, cxeent in moments oi in- - which the local papers publish withThe new Brooks comet has been depius. But little work then remains to spiratfon, her divinity Is oven weaker out pay? Do thoy say a word calcutho time and stations to the than au ordinary mortal, less able to lated to draw attention to your own monstrated to be the transfer town, and to aid in ths progress of comet of 1812. The observations show time-tabland the schedule Is ready for guido and strengthen other; so she your own vicinity? Answer these a remarkable increase in brilliancy the printer.- - .Milwaukee Sentinel. tho knowledge that her idol is questions, and then determine for your- since Its discovery. It is rapidly ap- Lengthening only made of clay and her feelings alShort Wjmen. selves whether the city or local paper is proaching the earth and sun, and will The London World tells of a new ternate between contempt and dislike, deserving of your support first of all." be visible to the naked eye before contrivance for making ladies taller. especially ii she is of a passionato, imIn Ireland the leaves of the common Christmas. The woman who is to undergo tlIs pulsive tomperament." The present seems to be a remarkaprocess is encased in a very tight corThe best way to procure chestnut mullea are popularly supposed to be A stalk near set, and her feet at e placed in shoes trees is to plant the nuts where the useful in cases of consumption, and ble year for sunflowers. weighted with fifty pounds of lead trees are to stand. Plant them when observations to the conclusion that Atchison, Kansas, is 10 feet high, has each. She is then placed in a machine fresh in the fall three inches deep, they really tend to increase the weight 115 open blossoms and over 200 blosceesittiBg of a riag, whjeb encircles cover the ground with a board and of the patients suffering from the dis- som buds. It would seem that such her waist, and is suspended from the then with straw and remove theso in ease in the early stages, while they a magnificent plant was designed for ceiling at such height as to prevent the spring. The ground should be greatly relieve phthisical cough. The human utility. her' feet from touching the ground. hoed as with corn, The trees will remedy is adminktered by boiling the A writer in one of the medical The presure of the corset forces the make a rapid growth. It is very re- leaves in milk in the proportion of a journals says he has found the appli upper part of her body upward, and markable that so few attempts are pint or milk to an ounce of dried cation of a strong solution of chromio the weight ot the shoes stretches her made to grow the foreign chestnut leaves or a corresponding quantity of acid, three or four times a day, by Illustra means of a camel's hair pencil, to be from the waist downward. It is esti- tree, knowu variously u the French, fresh ones, and given hot. Worid. mated that the extreme length to Spanish and Italian. the beet and easiest method for removwhich the spine can be stretched by Said an Alabama mother: "Never ing warts. Goethe condemned the practice oi the proeees thus described, it two inchcongratulation upon marriage. "It would I call a boy of mine 'Alias' if I Rhode Island and Delaware togethes, and that ibe knee and hip joints is" be said, "as abiurd as congratu- bad a hundred to name. Men by that er are smaller than the Yellowstone can be itreiebed an inch awl a half lating a man on having drawn a lot- name is alius cuttin' up capers. Here's Park. more. Thus three inches and a half tery tieket before you know whether Alias Thompson, Alias Williams, Alias Pala from indtgeatlos, tfytpefela ted too can bo added to tho height of almost the Night Ilawk all been took up for hearty estlsg U rellered at oaoe by liking it is a prize or a Wank," any wwaan who has the oeursge to stealin'." use o( Carter's Little Lira TiMf tame4l-atel- y No tattler how dd lb conttltullou undergo the trouble and (pain necess after tUaser. Doa'l fofgt this. be frwa dlteue or ezcesn, the Ureal EdUea's EUctrto Light It a woaderful arily eonneeted with a stretehlag pro may Oetuta Invlgorttor rettorce It permanent-- I dUcoverr.but est as wcudrful as Hall's Jobs lfortM, teje: "I eta oess hutfeg, with brief intervals, durKorle br Pen- Catarrh Cure. Forttlelbr PfBur A Mo reconatead Brawa't Iron tUlkrt w a cere jr. See atTrlieoietit. ing Ive or six months. ny & McAUtter. AlUtw. taw Mwedr fer neuralgia." " nal Time-Tabl- es bald-heade- d sea-levbald-headeono-sloe e r, ent ent ent e anti-Taylent fallow-citizeno uowly-hatchc- Editor and Propnttor ween Mr. Wntterson's psper and Edi- unhappicst woman whom I know, says a writer in tho Boston Trartler,a a brilliant woman of literary society. Envied, but not enviable; admired, but not loved. The wittiest woman of her city, her bon mots are the cleverest at the clubs. A clover and thinking woman, her work is as clover and thoughtful. She says: "I would rather bo tho weakest, least talented woman in tho world; tho honest wife of an honest man, who would lovo mo and lot mo lovo him, than tho most beautiful, suc cessful woman of tho world, I would rather bo tho slave of a household than a queen upsurping masculino rights." 1 ho happiest woman I know lives ry in a small, cottngo, behind which aro two tiny rows of corn and a patch of sunflowers and a little brook that thirstily hurries along to find moro water. All sho has in tho world to "protect" her is tho strong-limbe- d, hearty, unambitious husband, who pause? but n fow times from morning until night, oven to wavo a willing hand at her from a small marble quarry two rods away. Sho says: "I will work for Tom in my way, bit tho must work for me. ' A woman who will, may. Tho Jmlgo Black was very absent mind cd. Onco, when ho was coming to Washington, Mrs. Black said, "I want yon to promise me that you will put on a clean shirt every morning, and I havo put six into your trunk. Please do, and don't let me see allusions in tho Washington papers about your dirty linen." The Judge promised, and in a week, returned. After speaking to his wifo ho went into his office, where ho was soon absorbed in studying a case. After awhilo in came Mrs. Black, "Why Judge" said she, "what have you dono with all your shirts you took to Washington?" "Dono with tho shirts?" exclaimed tho Judge abstractly. "Yea, tho shirls?" laid the matron. Oh, replied tho Judge, "why I put on a clean shirt ovcry morning, as I promised you I would." "Yes, Judge, but what did you do with those you took ofl? you havo not brought a single ono back." Tho truth just then flashed into his mind, and an examination, disclosed the fact that tho old gentleman had put on a clean shirt every morning over thoao which ho already wore Er. Use of Sand for Ulcers, A writer In the London iYacfifioH cr remarks that the application of a specially prepared sand to granulating sores has been tried for some timo with success and that It possesses the advantage, slnco It absorbs tho discharge, of seldom requiring removal, so that healing can proceed without Opora Houso Block, interruption. This sand is prepared JDISAXVlSItH IN as follows; It is first healed to a tem- DrtigH, Wall I'Hpcr. lVincff, lrlnlral perature capablo of destroying all or Ghcmlcaln, JIoakH, I.lHHerH, iHHfrrimeHi'H, NlHliencrj-- , Cikm-h- , gantc particles; it is then soaked in a l'ockci OllH, nnaps, xnimcceH, fJiifllcry, solution of ono part of bichlorido cf I.HHipN, Perfumery, MhcIiIhc I'lro Armx, NCCHIOH. mercury in 1,000 parts oi water; after Oar Silverware and Optical (loods Department Is In Charge or Col. this tho mixture is placed in bottles Thos. Jewelry, who will Itcpalr W lllchards, oldies and Clocks Promptly and In tho best and can bo used as required. This style. inodo oi treating ulcers is, however, not now, tho sand earth oi tho tcrmito long anli having, it is been used tor this purposo by the natives of tho west coast of Africa., But whetjier this tcrmito earth possesses any antiseptic properties derived from tho whito ants, is an interesting question not yet decided. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Stanford, Ky., well-know- ALFRED WHITE cracraitiATi, o. C. E. Kincaid. Tho general excellence of tho np pointments mado by Governor Knott are conceded, but wo can not forbear to express our pleasure, in common with the innumerable hosts of his friends, at tho appointment of Judge Charles E. Kincaid to tho post oi Private Secretary to his Excellency. Tho soul of honor "tho class of fash ion and mould of form," with an old head upon young shoulders, poseessing the manners of a diplomate, allied to the wisdom of a sage the Judge is so cially and politically the right man in the right place. If tho Governor's admistration is not a success, it will not bo tho fault of the Privato Sec retary. Harrodshurg Enterprise. Tho government printing houso at Washington is said to have been late ly running its entire pressroom and bindery 15 hours out of tho 24, to great is the accumulation of the work imposed upon it. Yet tho last session of Congress was tho short one, ending on tho 4th of March, instead of being prolonged into the summer. - Probably before tho autumn reports aro disposed of and tho various other documents of tho year, Congress will have como together to order hundreds of tons of additional printed matter. Do not, in stamping a newspaper, place the stamp partly on the wrapper and partly on tho paper. If you do it, tho chances are that your paper will land in tho dead-lett- er office and tho I'ostofllco Department has decided that that makes it a sealed package. Packages of that kind may got thro' to their destination occasionally, but it is in violation oftherulo. It convenient to fasten a newspaper in its wrapper iu that way, but it should not be dono. Finished Dluiiuinciits in Scotch and Aiuciicmi Granite and Italian and Native Marble, which I am selling at reduced prices in order to make room for now stock. Designs are new and prices from $5 to $10,000. 1500 I havo iu stock over T nyAVAttriov IPHARMAGISTS -- DEALIIU IK- - Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fanoy Articles. rtijiydinj' v WP r'e'u J Mk Gm 1 wow m prescilptloni accurately com Abo iictdid IJKWKIiKKMfl Largestl.Stock of lVatolirs, Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware, Kter brought to tbla market. Prlcei Lower than tho Watchn, Clocki and Jewelry on ibort notice and Werrer.tr J. Trai Mart SSBBSaUgUtered. lwL It is claimed that there has been a marked and noticeable falling off oi homicides in Kentucky since Gov. Knott was inaugurated. Tho shootists havo no faith in Gov. Knott's disposition to pardon offenders, and the certainty that a violation of the law will bo followed by punishment, will certaiuly go far toward checking crime Lexington PretB. Falling Off. til -- f wwe w 0 t&omw s sz wm TO? aTVli'Tf-r , SVrVl P.T1N Tk SIXIa&IBIXilXSI! AJsriD :E3LA.:R:rr:Ess lot of shop, Kates, rea- Nice Horses and Fino Turnouts. Tho banks should not squeal. Thoy need not take tho postal notes if they don't want to. The note were intended as a convenience in sending small sums of money by letter. Nothing more. The banks should learn to atThey tend to their own business. are responsiblo for tho losses tho public recently sustained on the trade dollar. farmers in There aro ninety-threthe New Hampshire Legislature. One bill introduced favors an increase of tax ou dogs from $2 to 05, another proposes a scalp bounty oi 20 cents per head on woodchucks and 50 cents on foxes. Where do the steel pens go? There are manufactured every week from 22,000,000 to 23,000,000 of them. Birmingham, England, sends out about s oi the number. , e two-third- 100.000 I Is wanted by me. Fliiog COALJ sonable. will pay the highest market (price. Wt3 I also deal in And can snpply it in any quantity. A. T. NUNJVEIflsEY, Stanford, Ky. 500 PAIRS Ladies', Misses and Children Fino and dium Grade Mb- - It. A. lloblnaon, LouItTllle, care: "My wife lias been tiling Brown's Iron Hitter for ninety dtyt an J I belters it to be in ex- 3 Ei CD ZEIS -- cellent remedy." PILES I PILES I PILES I 1'llemU cbisgerroa the old rniuxllt Th IMkoihj it (be rtiult ol tin! ImtttlgtUou jeuiofptlleutKlcQtlleituilr lnlo toe character cfthU painful dlaeaae. To you ol It (real merit, call on fenny A mile heretofore Id um. These are fer fresh Fall Goods and Parties te Dr. Denting' Xtw Dlucorerv Wanting anil let t tempi Stanford, or W. M. WaUr, HI. Vernon, box free of rharf . SCHOOL SHOBS Should Govern Thomsolvos Accordingly . Ut la aufBclent Water urglecl A void to tb bottle of Brown' Eijwc-ton-at eoutfa when a fifty-ce- nt wlU cure you. For ulabr 1'esnyAMcAlliter, Stanford, tod W. M. WeUr, ML Ytrnoa. T. W, Bfli of MlaiuUburf, 0 , lolorm u that very lad Vrawn'a Expectorant cured blu ol taufh aflerarcry other medicine bad failed. To be bad of 1'wuy A McAIUtcr, Stanford, tnd W, Ml. Vernon. BRUCE, WARREN & CO. &tr-Httck- Ii nlrrit rixrjal The Mexican Osalral vitle Expsstiten ft that of printing m cwMtv7 WltQH I Railway is JLr6 RfjsiWVVn ffnHlj 91 1 RpJVTOftCflmg tvWH GMMpMiiOflfl srvOAtCCa RHkHI dq Bwro OTrfl JHWlO JlHO RM the best A Campbell twe revolution PiCflfl II wfi tfU HtJi7Ti prise the whole exhibit. There is - ON EBITM nothtHg more interesting to the averir. . irvurv. age man than the proeeas of printing, ami in no ether branch of business has .TuixiiJto by the leaks of our per there been greater Improvements than semi column, ht readers are waking in it. miles. baete to lake rmr ltm to go to the "Unbrr the act ef Congress, Jhrs, The ualuckiest man in Georgia lives Great feoatlterH Kxpeeilioa. Nearly all tao eiliccfl is (hie section are there, 1836, provrdtag for the distribution of in White county. In attempting to have been there er Are eufltempkliag the then surplus revenue among the cross the river in a bateau it eapsiaed Ami GIkhhIIc CIowhh af all AwhhcihchI Ors;aalr.nllaaH a trip. The faet is, bo eae ean afford States, the Federal Government owes ami threw him into the water. Try PHHepllert'lH the State of Kentucky 8477,910.13. ing to reach the boat again, his foot to rata the rare epportanity nl seeing a display ef the intciilione, If the State could get the mosey it eaught in a snag and wrenched it, los so products and mineral resources of the would do the most good to appropriate ing at the same time a 820 watch, his country as the Expedition afford i for it to the promotion of common educa- hat, a shoe, and the boat. He finally so small an outlay 4 mosey required tion." And it would be much better reached the shore, and was hobbling Now VHltctl MoMHtor to take them ia. The distance from than asking Federal aid for common across a field when a large ferocious ! bull started for him. Reaching a here to Leukville ie 104 miles aBd yet schools. tickets, the L. & N. eelk round-triThe OireaitMro Mestcngcr siys: I tree, he climbed it lively enough to Carntan ami UHlvcrxal Orlcafal ClrcHH, Egj-pllHicc'uiiBg one admieeioa to the Expwi U said tuat (Jol U.air turner is qui escape the bull, but also lively enough lion for the small sum of 83.20. So etly informing his friends in the First to get into a hornet's nest Tho horfur a 10 bill yea ean go down, stay district that he will be a candidate for nets objected, and he sprang to anothtwo days at the beet hotel ami still Representative iu (Jongr ij again next er limb, which broke, letting him iall jFrTlffiS nsEBSmTSZ7 Jislaaaam. i J "" . Jt ex have a balanee left for "extras." year. If the Democrats run Judgo to the ground, fracturing his wrist. X .axrr K3wnPJpmtlTVlv .r ,k K r M j rjwwr Farmers especially would ( i benefited John R. Grace against him again, tho With the broken branch ho kept the Every lalx saving ia old renegade will wish that he had re- bull at bay and managed to escape by attending. All this happened on a Friday. vention for their business is exhibited, tire! while he was in luck. and they can He, examine and purtores or current Eemts. An exchange puts in thiswise. And chase, if Uiey like, those best suited to now it turns out that it was not Mary Frost In reported in portion of lowi their peculiar seetion or branch of agAnderson, but Dr. Ham Griffio, who Netirifki, Illinln nnd Wisconsin. riculture. There is in tact no class Tlie MafwichuMtls (IrrenbacVere, In snubbed tho Prince of Wales. Dr. that would not be instructed and in- Griffin means to preserve his fair fame session at Ikwton, renominated Q it Duller terested and as we said before, no one unblemished if it breaks a trace. In Al ilemlerron, Henrj Holtowb whip can afford to stay away. It will give this connection g3. .ate 4 TaKLiBreLEeLEEnPH 3 Jk we may inq lire, what pol Ms wife, for which lie (hot and broader views and teach you more you m has a poor step father but his name to killed lj her brother, jag mmm ib& VLBMaLwIiHiwaLBafeHLLaalsAisH about the great resources of our comdefend him? Newspsjitr competition is becoming mon country than you may gain in a warm in New York. The Senator Voorhees thinks Mc- reduced from 4 lo 2 cents. llavld his been life time otherwise. PresidenDonald the coming man for charged with the murThomas The mysterious murder of Hose tial honors. The Holman boom will der of RobertElliott, O. Barnes, was tried at Ambler at Stratford, Conn., bids fair be evanescent. He is confident that Tuemlaj and discharged. lltlrcljr Coming and will nnlblt la all III Tail entirety al to become aa noted a case as that of Indiana will go democratic in 1884 and A brakeman named Kd, Tutllo, had his Jennie Cramer, ia the same State, equally as certain that Hoadly will bo leg taken off while coupling cars in the which created so much, excitement last elected governor of Ohio with a demo- yards at the Chewpeake and Ohio road at 3 Large Menageries Combined, year. The circumetanees of the two cratic Legislature. We hope the Sen- Lexington. The Chicago A Eastern Illinois K. K. Herds of Elephants, difer In that Mies Cramer was a ator is a prophet. sella tickets from Chicago to Indianapolis young and inexperienced girl, dishonMain moth Double Horned Rhinoceros, Mayor Jacob is the handsomest fcr 5 cents and throws in a chromo with ored and murdered by the man who each ticket. A Herd of Giraffes, man in Louisville and had he gone The last election deraonatrated that took her from her happy home. The , he over the State and shown himself Grown Ostriches, there are but 40,000 whits republicans in woman Ambler, infatuated with her would be occupying the gubernatorial the Stale, and 17,000 of them refused to Tolar and Grizzly Hears, love for one William Lewis, had de chair at Frankfort. Tote for the "nigger." Sea Lions and Sea Leopards, serted her huaband and was accustom Col. John Mosbr has written a letter Mr. Walter C. Emerson now preReptiles, Amphibia, to his house at night. ed to make visits denouncing Mahone and his method?, and Birds, A Museum of Wonders, On the oae she met her death she was sides over the Kentucky and Southern Tiolently objecting to the Republicans afCourier-Journ- al, fording him any support. A Veritable Noah's Ark. returning at a late hour from one of News columns of the At a dining in Adair, says the Sxda' Nothing Like it on Earth, those visits and it is supposed that tho Judgo C. E. Kincaid having resigned. The New York democratic conven- tor, four ladies aggregated 890 lbs. in man Lewis, tiring of her attentions, tnilrnlllciDte Belittle all other Exhibitions Into dwarf-IUweight, or an arerage of 222, and one gendid the deed himself. At any rate, tion met at Buffalo yesterday and the tleman weighed 25S pounds. the coroner's jury, after several weeks prospects for a harmonious meeting Sail has been entered against t EVKU OKQAJJIZED of investigation, have so declared and were decidedly promising, urer Churchill at Little Rock, Ark., for which it is alleged he ia behind offence. $200,000, Lewis will be tried for the A pupil in on English school when in his account with the state. The dishonoring and murdering of woasked to define the word "buttress' J. L Binhop, for the rape of a little men seems to be a pastimo peculiarly wrote out its meaning. "A female girl less than 11 years old, rs:. held at attractive lp tho average Yankee libWinchester without bail. It he bad been who makes butterl" ertine. aa ignorant negro, a mob would bare dis-- i Mr. Mills Smith, of Green county, patched him before this. Ralph Sheldon, ex Land Register The colored contention at LonisTtlle Va., raised bis hand the other day to oi Kentucky, whose term of office exikingCjngreM weeks ago, has finally de- make oath that bis tax list was correct has adopted a resolution pired three to make good the Ion to depositors in the livered up the keys to' the Register-elect- , and that instant fell dead of heart dis Freedman's Bank and appointed a commitCecil. What induced him to do ease. tee to presj the pwsige of such a Uw, aLISalBLwLwLwHBwSfawk jBrTawvsLwHLwLwLwLwHawilHaW'Ksalawk James T. WiUoo, Sheriff of Graves so was uo doubt this suggestion in tho The dullest thing in New York at Covington Commonwealth: "If Shel- preeeut seems tp be money. The rate county, hat settled and paid in full, the JresBBBHssaBwBw.LBaJ'-sarJsar jmiirr avvvawwwwM. due from his county for 1883, being don, the usurper, is physically the big- of interest is 2 and 2 per cent., witha 2wfCS5B?,5sBaasaaisssBaiBwaJr one month and Iwenty-Bvdays earlirr ger man, let Cecil arm himself and supply greatly in excess of the deyvajHMy wsjv wawS ss,rawssssawMawr '' than any settlement ever before made. drive Sheldon from the office as a roan mand. Money is dearer in Paris and Twenty-sereStales are represented at Tevsi iasaBaFEBsTWAB; would drive a burglar from his home." London than in New York, and yet the National Colore! Convention in LouisBut Sheldon alleges that in the suit goid is flowing in. Half a million ar- ville. After four hours of wrangling Fred that Norvel has brought against Cecil rived on Saturday, and two and a half Douglass was elected President. He denies having said that it Ben. Butler is nominahe will be able to prove all that he millions within tho last three weeks. ted for the Presidency he will get the colbetweon him claims as to the bargain 1UO Sorghumjfor fattening cattle is high ored vote. 100 EMPLOYING OVUIC and Cecil. Mr. Sheldon can now go ly recommended by Dr. Kedsie, of At Savannah, Ga., the colored murder! into his hole and draw it in after him, the Michigan Agricultural College. er, George Wallace, on hearing that the with the satisfaction of knowing that It has been found by some who have Governor refused to commute the death Led by the Crest, the only he has made a pretty good sized ass of tried it, he says, to possess wonderful sentence passed upon him, became furious tearing off his clothes and wrecking the cell JWCx- -. himself. fattening properties and to produce in which he is confined. He goes up at The Premier ol the Arena. TnE speech of Fred Douglas on tak beef of very superior quality. He noon The Kentucky State press will do a ing the position of presiding officer of adds that the sorghum must be fed the colored convention is about as cautiously at first The seeds ot tho good work by calling atteation to the The Qrealeat Living Iloraawoiuanon EsrtU. mean a spirited production as could be cane are equal in value, pound for coming Sanitary council of Kentucky as generally as it did to the recent educationItfr.JCIiarlcH Kivcrw, imagined, and is calculated to stir up pound, to oats or corn. e al convention. The sanitary meeting will The Famous Four and EIx llorsa IUJtr.- instead of healing the predjudiees that Curiosity-love- rs and thosescientifio-all- y be held at Glasgow on Tuuday, October 2. he claims to exist towards his race. inclined may be much gratified Louisville Commercial. He demands not only civil but social to know that napkins are now being C. R. Mason A Co., of Frankfort, have Tbo Marielous Trlls Bar Performers. equality and paints with a fiery brush made of spun glass, a luxury which been awarded the contract for building the lAZleSjs the xlleeed wrongs that his color is few persons will deny themselves at first eight miles of the Kentucky Union In ber cbsioloj Cijueatrleane Scene, entitled "Tbs Bide of Abydos." subjected to. The objects of the meet- the reasonable price of 8100 per doz railroad, from the Chesapeake & Ohio road southwird. The five miles more to ing, whatever they are, will fail of en. They are of a delicate pearl colMills, have not been fully surveyed. fruition ifsueh counsel a he gives or, about the size ot an ordinary The whole thirteen mile will bs poshed lo Xtii WejclUUof the NlneUentU Century, wboeo Wonderful rerformtnees on lbs IntUIUs Wire breakfast napkin and almost as plia- completion aa fast as possible. SO feet In tbs Air, Holds Thousands of reoide In Urealbless Awe. AmerIt b quite refreshing in these days ble as silk. The filling consists of ican The next annual mestlng'of the held at Banking of silly sentimentatism to read that minute glass threads, crossed by silk Louisville, Ky Association will be 11th on the 10th and of eight negro ami six white thieves were chains; and the fringe of glass fibre is October next. The first day will be devotgiven 10 to 25 lashes each on their about two inches long. ed to currency and the silver question and naked backs at New Castle. Del., this A noticeable feature of ocean travel the banking progress of the year. The seweek. It seems peculiarly appropriate is the uniform time made by some of cond day will bs devoted principally to that a dirty thief should be given the the fast steamers. On each of two considering the progress of the Southern humiliating punishment of a public trips the steamer Alaska made the States. The occasion will be of gsseral in. teres t. The men who will constitute the were passage from Queenstown to Sandy thrashing and if our convention, control the business of more they would have Hook in seven days, two hours, and than (even thousand bsnks. net arrant eewarde adopted such a kw long ago. Crime seven minutes. On a third trip the Mr. Thomas 11. Woods, sou of Dr. would bo redHsd and hundreds of time required was seven days and John D. Woods, editor of the Bowling Green QaxcUe, died at his.home in thst city, thousands ef deUan saved to the treas twenty-siminutes, and on a fourth yesterday, of typhoid fever. He hsd Just ury every year. minutes, reached his twenty-firsseven days and forty-sevet year, and waa a A clerk at the Opera Hotel, Lou On her last trip she made the remark' young man of the brlghest promise. By isville, killed himself Wednesday, able speed of eighteen miles an hour his talsats aad ability be entered West Point Academy, a few years ago, over a is for two consecutive days. The good sews that there AcltDowleded IheOresteit.'AcruUU of tbs Age. score of older competitors, but shortly after, one of these iaeoleat rascals less A treasury official gives wards reel gas d to engage In journalistic will be received with pleasure by all it as his opinion that there are at least work. Exceptionally gifted ia many things, who have had eeasloa to visit Louis-vUl- e fifteen million trade dollars ia the his KoIalty, his tenderness sad his exempTbs Greet Irish Athlete, In bis Ssmsonlsn Fests.- meetly. The tatWactioa that New York banks aad depositories, aad lary life made him the joy and the pr id M UeHblu BeitterHHHlt liCHperx SO, Lctl by Ike Grout hhI OhIt George Khh HHd J)hhI 1 0'llrleH, ChHiUrilaHM of ike WerltJ. seems to possess them when they tell that before Congress meets the amount of his famlly.-- 0. J. a belated traveler that be can not get will be increased to twenty millions. ! Theuwuh Say Se. a reeca, is only equalled by their gall He says that the syndicate of specula Mr. T. W. jUilas, OtruJ, lfinui, vrltssr"! beaded by tbsKlo AYHAK," the 8bak.pe.rein Jester. JMRL N. A- ItHftN tbs.Kog-lliAI.HKKT wbea eee tbey get you in their clutch tors who have taken bold ef the trade new bnltats to rssuaatsai your Blwtrlo Mtteri A Trour of Auaerallaa Maorle, Arabs,Knockabout 1'anloulmlst,Peculiar People UAStrtfN. Zulus, Indians and the Irani eserr clime In the totaiy cushMBsra; tbsjr tUMMtWcUoo4 world. Firs B4e of Music. A Uly ofpaylllons, Illuminated with EJectrle Chandeliers. es, i dollar will more oa Coagress with a are rsjM Utitn." Bltctrla MtUrs us lb pumt known and will poriliir cur J'Jb-tEal- i: TtiK dsitusrate awl greenback era of powerful lobby next winter, and that mi loot mtlclu L?3FillI31I3T KldMraadLUwCouifliluU. Fatltj Ills Used Masuchmista have both Nominated there is 12,000,000 or 2,600,000 ia the snd refusals lbs bowels. No fsiully can aSord to lOoldea Chariot, Trlunipbal Cars, Cars) era, Demoiselles, Fquerrlee, Klepban a, Camels, Oalrkhci UlreSee, Wooded Hones, Ponies, sud A uhaum AI.LEIIUHICAL utorJ.A a M.rdl Butler fcr Geveraer and the oW M job if they ean induea the government be wltbout ibeui. Tbe-- will use buadrede of uras s.spoaiiion, win be lieuou lh i.iAenla..a Af lb. .1.. ol Kihlhltiol This i. ullnslnir Imiioilos aasv saivsusu va atasf graud sud Laclsi li ovtr Thrtftsi Wlltw la Lntttk. ard lliA Mlsist AIp Klilis In ltasrallnn miil.l I dollars In doctor's bills svery year, (fold at We a ilciuember to legitimfote the coin. lew is very likely to succeed himself. bottle by Peony A McAllitsr. Ub KKtK to sIL KicuiiivO rtei vu til nllmJi. Will &Uo exLlbU at tKUAlSUM, fr'irldsy,Ucl,t. j CMOS sTOtwWi Owl Paso and the Cky of Mexiee, a difrtanes of 1,300 miles, ami a gap of 260 miles remain to be built. It will not bo many months before through ears can be run from any point In the United States to the Mexican Capital, a distance of from', 2,000 to 3,600 AT STANFORD! SATURDAY, OCT. 6 THE MIGHTY MfMiUH I I tlrvwftrltr'BiWn, I ixi.'t-- l Kstal.HsiMmyssM-,wJtyi- t IJwd with njrl tn(,ir milk ln enf.bne'. lHipwfarrWilmra- - l the WJTT. V frr r aifcm ((. sstnl ltnmt. NOTICE t Tti nn,lno, htln I, a , .fil d Adutn Itlratsf Ibeewlaisof F M Ka IT .io, (ifdi 11 now ready Is ssllls up him All ttt( hiln tUlmiMlMt ruldealato will preitnl lhni, mined, Thou Indebted In the etltU will nleaaernme forward and aetlle slenr. Thers li fir ptlrale sale atoek l proi-etlf Information Wanted. lh!ln( lo lh iA A Sbs did not account Hnnfur.1 threw I " Hill n,lorrr) aod ttmittj ntcnr USUI, jnntin. a h. iivi.Mxn lullaM reward will bs tuld for laforraillon il trtlnn ol HH for whrn our p..ln. ii.ioi,, T8. ijirinnB tti--, which Saddles, Harness, Bridles, .,&. In The Aaddlea helnf the 'relelifiled Jemleoti make." Theee lonla will he Mid fur bwe than eoH and oa anil harneea ebop eeeu. Mar terms, Tea saddle prl-if In hla death I aho A (vs.. hr F &. KaulTinan T, Chlttfo, 111 1leil KHHI.1HHS, Admr , MAMMOTH vt p ZE3Z.G?. .JbiTX.Je.r'X i. HilTs I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market, up in and will he RAILKOAD SHOWS which second togotten in citystylecounor none make try. Give me a trial. O. Rupley. H. EXPOSITION LIVING WONDERS ; MONARCH! Hall J. Hueloatllle.Kr. A Uanett &eo's m II.C. HKK1IIT. V. J.CtTRRAIf. r . -- -- 1 Ca, r,Jr1' BRIGHT GROCERIES Wo k AND CURRAN, - KheloMnloHiul Itolitll IN'Hlt'rx lit HARDWARE, AV forie-clcclio- n. H ln. tUKINVAIti:, wjj -- . run two houses, oarry tho Largest Stoolc ia town; pay oaah for our goods, whloh enables ua to soil sou nloaer than any one. All we ask ia a trial. BUianT St OUBHAN. Stanford, Saturday, Oct. 6. W. Full ItlmH, H. HIGGINS 9 UKALKK 1M IlardHHrc, Ilerao NhocM, IreH, A'hIIh, UhrxT WkcelH, rJ(eTH, jpekcsi, Gi-ntc- Natltllcti, Greccrlcn, ttHcciiawarr, IlHgsry WklN, ,i NleHoware, C'aiioNIIIh, JlHracMM, Cider Mllla, IjtpCererm, Cernhkcllens, Cellars, Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel aad Srinley Combined Flews, Weeds Cast Pampi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. TinSftcf-in- g and Guttering will have prompt attention. lr..e,.f,-,;JSiIXV- . aad s ei-lr- a- THE! BIGGEST BEST CIRCUS PREPARE I BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR FALL SEEDING! r ItiT' " JS. .rf. And be sure you examine, before purchasing, our line of Seeding Implements, as follows: e ''' ?- - Champion Performers IfeoXeit ES. iSticlciiey, THE KE3STO BOTIHIIEIE&S, Ten n lo E.T7ve:rs, Red-riv- er IDAXiKTXA and WAliTACf law-make- x Tills IiEOTAKI imOTIIlCICtS, The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, The Trump Grain Drill with Spring Seat, The Buckeye Spring Shoe Grain Drill, e The Star Grain Drill, The Albion Spring Sulky Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, The Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Sulky Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, The Moline Sulkey Plow, The Cassedy Sulky Plow, One-hors- ! 1 well-poste- d MR. FRANK I'lXZ WIXsIiTAH, XO This line of Implements cannot be celled. exi Alsojremember we make a Specialty of Fish Brothers Wagons, WebOaiaOTTVINTS lO ster Wagons and Columbus Buggies and Carriages, of which 3aPLR.jaLl3ES my stock is always full and complete. T i GEO. D. WEAKEN. i a C ao?A.jr3ro3!tx). xy. ,','i oo r. ! I 01 A. H. , 1M A.K, FrMay Menting, gfefrtMHto 28, 1883 . 4 M. LOCAL TIME CURB. .! M If .11 Iftlll anlM Matth . " Snath. Eiperastrsln" Mouth.. " Jlorh..... ' r. at, LBCALNBTICES. Bur Paints of Penny A McAIlstsf. ftutoot. Books at MoRoWrln bJ BUgg V Mice atook of Wrlh4ay cards at Peany A MeAltstef'f. Colt's Doubt A Breecb-lnaJla- read tailed palate tt Mo-Ketxr ts A HUftc's. Jen. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A MeAlttter sols agents. Wa can sell you s gun soy wbers from $4 to $76. MoRobefU A StAgj. flT AN BARD 8tae. st Jewelry Use st Penny snd Watch, Clock Penny Jewelry repaired-snA McAIIsler. warranted by For coathe, colds, Ac , us Compound Syrup While Pins. Put up In Mo sad 60o Trial site 10c. Mcllobefts A bottles. Brand nea-stoc- ofeterr thins In A MeAlietst V, tin tK- - PERSONAL Miasm TWt Jskhie and Dovik CARrEN "' srs In LouUvllls. Mri and Mrs. Jno. W. Wallace, p. k. ' . 'Jk I hav goes to Cincinnati. Mr. amd Mrs. J. I. Bail" srs Mm among tbs Kiroelllon visitors. Col. amu Mrs. W. CI. Welch srs pending lbs week In Louisville. Mwi.fioniRnwu Fox, of Qsrrard, It biting Mrs. T. M, Pennington. f MimNanmik Smith, of Garrard, l s guMlof Mrs. W.T. llsughttiss. Mrs. John IUcoiimak, visited lbs LohIitUIs Eipoeillon this week. Mrs. II. J. CAMrscu. snd Mr. Csjd. Ilutt left Tuodsy for their Texas, home. Mr. IIccih Bearoent hss gone to see hU braihsr, Dr. Andrew Besrgent, st Hop klasville. Uumh Bsssts amd Mary Webb, of Clsik eoantr, srs guests of Mies Betsey PeMlsglon. Mrs. 8. II. IIacoiiuan snd MIsms b3 Ansls Hsrrls went to Louis- TUttta fills. Tueedsr. Mr. J. V. Cook snd daughter, Mhs Flsecls, of Gsrrsrd, were hers Wednesdsy, so routs to the Exposition. Mr. J. B. McKinnkt bis rented the property belonging to tbs cettts of the Ists Aster Owiley, snd moved into u. Miss Ada Srirr, a very pretty youBg Isdy of Mlltenburg. Is visiting Miss Jennie Bachan st Crab Orchard, snd bola were here yeeterdsy. Mrs. J. & liosLET aed daughter, Miss Mbs Rhods Lytle. Mm John M. ;Wbtl and Mr. J. L. Boeley formed snoth' er psity to lbs Exposition ysetsfdsy. Catt. Thohas Richards left this M&rntno- - to attend the reunion of Co. A. 1st Kt.. CsWsIry, at Oweasbore. He had noltxl half s doien dispatches since Eaadav arable him to corns snd blow lbs IwsleemW blast from bis old bagls", which las Usci bedceksd with garland AirarTMBK Garrard party, bound for !ths LottUvRls- - Bxroeitlen, aliased connect' Job hers TttesJav, and hsd to lay oTer till IBS XJ A. M., pn" B morning, a ,wera Messrs. J. A, Barnsldo and wife, Charles Bsllevr and wife, Geo. D. Iiardett and wife, Jos. Butnalds snd wife, Mrs. John Hi Woodcock, Mrs. JssaeeA.Bsaeley, .Mrs. Col. Ed. Leavell, Lewis Y. LeaTell and K. A. Bessley. Je. , nj j fjt - LOCAL MATTERS. Mr, Henry ftmftf obtained Mssn at yeeterdsy to antry Miss her father' New tteasthy teed st heHsm flfjatew at Yesterdsy at Mr. Wa. Km ten's Mr. Bright A Ciirraa's. and Ballard Smith, The large ssls of the eststsof Jteksea who hss been married twice before, again divert occurs entered Ihe matrimonial state, taking Mrs. Beets In Luciada Brock, a fair widow of 44, to be The largeft stock of Winter his wedded wife. Long nay they lire in town st Kdmlston A Owsley's. connubial Ml. Wanted Batter, Ejk, Csbbsge, Sweet RELteiBtfS. " PoUtoes snd Hams. T.R. Walton. Rev. 11. C. Morrison will preach st Bid lot of Clothing, Overcoats, Ac, just Hustonvllle next Sunday, at 11 A. x. from the cities, csn lis seen at B, 11, We received, after It wss too late, a Shank'. . M letter from ReT. George O. Barnes, asking A nice line of Drum Goods, Velveteens, us to suppresi the Utter part of his letter, Wster.prnoh, Ac Just rrcelred by Kdmls in reply to the New fork Sun's srlict ton A Owsley . concerning him. Iter. J. M. Brace Is still conduetlng Another arrlrst of heating stores at bis meeting at Freedom in Garrard and had W. II. Illgglns' tomorrow, something en31 additions to Wednesday nighU He will tirely new, don't bur until yon ses them. begin a meeting at Tyrone, in this city, Scarlet Fever. Mr. W. L. Withers Monday night after the 1st Sunday In telephoned ne last night thst there were October. four esses of scarlet lever in the family of At the Central Ohio Conference, Bish Mr. Dick RurnaJd In Lancaster. op Foster, warned the newly ordained minHay Paess, Dtderlck slesm power and ister agslnst undue seal in revirsl, and engine for sals. Will sell both together or the coaniensnclng of traveling mounteeparaltly; will give purchsser benefit of bank who, In the guise if ersngelltts, so nit liny trade. Price and terms reasonable. often Imnore upon good ieople. Pretty good sdvlce. Geo. D. Wearen. There will be an important congrega Wr. have Jurt received and opened a tional meeting at the Pmbjlerlan church, verf large stsch of Dry Good, Clothing, immediately after services next Sunday Boot, 8hoes, lists, Trunk, Valises Ac to morning, and all the members are urged to which we call the attention of the trade be present. The question will be submit generally. Ivlmlilon A Owtley. ted whether a psstor shall be employed fur Next Monday I County Court day, when three Sundays in the month. The Brill!) and Foreign Bible Society the MijIntralM will meet with the Judge in allowing claim agslnst the county. If Iwued Isst yesr, 10,000 Bibles snd Tetta you come to town to have yours fixed, ments daily; 2,033,000 for the yesr, snd pleaoe call at Iht office and fix the little since its organization It has Issued 03,05:1, claim we have agalntt you for lubcrlptlon. 000 The four greet fliblo societies of this country snd Grtat Britian isaued last year l'men Chandler wa acquitted for 1,089,231 copies, and yet the demand I hooting D. Adam in the face with a shot greater than the aupplr. gun; but Adam who drew a pistol snd The ceremony of receiving Killing fired five times at Chandler afterwards, was Bull into the Catholic Church, which was sent up for twenty dsyi and fined $50 for to have occured at Fort Yates this week carrying concealed wespons. He wss lodg- has been indefinably postponed on account ed in Jtit Wedneedsy to servs his sentence. of the difficulty the distinguished convert The rate adopted by the Stanford, Lan has found in deciding which of his two caster A Danville Telephone Co., are 16 wives he wilt put away. It is feared he cents a meetage to any of its offices, or 25 will relapse Into heathenism. According to the minutes of the Tale's cents for a message snd snawer. Ileside ths three office nsmed, there sre Mark-bur- y, Creek Auociation of Prrdeatinarlan Bap. Syfsx, Bryantsville and Kemper all list, which Eld. A. C. Newlsnd is having on the line. The Btsnlord office Is in the printed at this office, there sre 10 churches belonging to it with a membership of 2G7. Interior Journal building. The next meeting wilt be held at Flat Attention, Hunters I McRoberts A Lick, in Jackson county, on Fridsy before 8tsgg have juet received the largest and the 3d Saturday in September, 1884. most complete stock of breech and rausxle LAND. STOCK AND CROP. loading Bhot-gnShot Rifle, Game-btg- , pouches, Powder-flasks- , Will Baughman told to Sam Owens a New York Drop and Chilled Shot and Instruments for load lot of hogs at ing and Richard Cobb, Jr., sold to Richard brtechloadlng guns snd will sell them at bottom price. Cobb, Sr., 28 yearling cattle at $35. George RifTs bought of Cicero ReyWatts' Creek Coal Co. Col. T. W. Vsroon left for Louisville this morning to nolds 14 head of 1,2001b. cattle at 4 cts. Col. J. II. Brace, of Garrard, sold to negotiate the sale of 1,000 acres of Whithy cattle of l,3C5-lb- . county coal land that belong to bis chil J. F. Robinson a at 4! dren and others. They Hsjsa both sides of Winchester. The fine rains made tbs railroad snd have veins of 42 inches cattle sought after and all offered, about and four feet of exeelltnl coal. Between 500, sold readily at 4 to 4 for best; the veins srs three feet of iron ore said to yesrling 4j to 4Jc; scrubs 3) to 3J. be able to produce 60 per cent, of iron. W. T. Jones has bought of Andrew Buckley 200 barrels of new corn at $2 per The Kentucky State QauUeer, published to be put into Mr. Jones' br R. L. Polk A Co, I a mirerable con- bbl the corn Lexington crib by IbelOthof November. glomeration of errors, judging by the sum ber that appear in 8tsslor0 alone. In ihe Pre. Joneph Rogers sold to J. V. Shipp, of vol a me juet delivered here, it puta u Woodford, CO hogs,' averaging 175 lb , at down ss a weekly paper, copying an adver 4)o per pound; l,000bushel of Irish potatisement from a former book lnted of toes eold at IWc delivered on the car. following the copy rent. It give us two Georgetown Times. County attorney; fixe the Cspltsl of the The German carp in Mr. Dudley FIrtt National Bank st $25,000, and get Read's pond have grown, since the 7th of every other man's name wrong The sgent Isst November, from 1 to 30 Inches In ceJn't come here for orders next time. length, snd now weigh from four to five A fall line of fall floois Mff H. H.flfeanV.'. of!! si BiYLE MUTT. M-t- tle sWarxTrffsT y. , The critical operation known as ovarl o tossy wss performed twice whhln the Isst week or ten days by Danville surgeons and In each ease the pstieai Is dots; wet!. The telephone still works badly. Dan villa can talk to 8; far, In Garrard, bnl no further; Syfax can talk to Bryantsville, Lancaster and Stanford, but those ptaees can not pass Syfax and talk to Danville. Workmen are trying to find out the dim cnlty. The grand jurr on Wednesday returned Indictments sgalnst three drag firms chsrging them with "merchandising liquor without license to do so." All that is nee- eesary to say about these Indictments I that they are worthless. Wines and liquors belong to a dragg'.' stock as much aa qulnlns, calomel or paregerio and they have the same right to sell them (wines, Ac.) as they have the drugs named and with no greater restriction. Be tile Higgins, who was arrested on the 12th of August last, charged wilb smothering her newly-borinfant, was tried in Ihe Circuit Court Wednesday and acquitted, the jury being out less than half an hour. Medical testimony showed that the child bresthed after btrth, but it was not clear whether It csme to its death by smothering or otherwiec. The girl wai de fended bf Messrs. R. P, Jacobs ted J. W, Yerkes. Mr. R.C, Wsrren, Commonwealth's Attorney, prosecuted. At the time this report closed Jane Mason was on trial for stealing $i5 from Wo. Clonch, of Somerset, Jane Is a fair spider who enticed Clonch up a winding atatr and into her parlor and while he waa slumbering relieved him of hi ducats, su Clonch says. All are negroes. Mr. J. F. Phillips his been absent In Mr. and Mrs. Louisville since Monday. J. A. Kelley, who have been absent In Louisville and Frankfort for a month, returned Wednesday evening; Messrs. John W. t, Root and J. M. C. Randtnbush, of Ty Pa., are In Boyle county for the purpose of purchasing a lot of good milk cows for a dairy in Montgomery county, IV, Col. Wm. Latin, late near Philadelphia. of Prince William countr, Vs., now a valued citixan of Lincoln county, near Crab Orchard, was in town Wednesdsy. He is still giving lessons In the language whose name he bears. Mr. D. J, Gregory has returned from Louisville, where he has been pending a week at the Exposition. Mr. II. C. Tilford and wife, who have been visiting friends in Boyle, left for home via Louisville Thursday. They will remain in the latter city a few days to take In the Exposition. n lore-por- per bi.isl. B. T. WALTER. W will now pay special atleetlea to Her. II. Allan Tapper's meeting hss LANCASTER, KT. etesed with 49 additions to the church. (H over CMmsh The meeting at Mt. Pleasant, eeadacted by from to 11 A. a. sad KMIonallaBk.ar. 04c hours Ws promt" to stf MllsfMllon. and wtisn dulnl 5 r. from 1 I wlH ties rstfnt Flour for Wheat. On amt Btd.A. N. Gilbert, of Msyivitls, desed either boiled er unboiled m!. BURDETT, , 8AM M. lestTbandsy night. There were eleven ItS--l HrAI.ISTRRANAM.nr, At IjA-WOn Sunday afternoon, Bishop confessions. LANCASTER, KT. The. U. Dudley, of the Episcopal Church, Will prwtlc In flarrsrd sad adjoint; conntle administered the rites of confirmation to and Court ef Appeals. Mis Mettle McDowell, Mis Minnie Kel H. O. KAUFFMAN, I haro the lullril and t line of Furniture ol logg, Dr. J. II. Ashbaugh and Mr. Al, Cur- verv description evsr eihlMlcd la HiinRml, as a XjAW, tow JW -- Cspt. W. It. Todd Km oW hrre4of corn at$4ta6 to M. liar- - MRfcJhtlM AMKRTnkxKXT. TO THE PUBLIC HOItOBON TJBPfTiHT, 1 sroDSTOM aillWTlW3."a (IM-ly- r) FurnlturE. 1 -- Herald. n of th 4th Kentucky Infantry. Itftrtor Jourwiti Please mention in the next iasae of of the mem. your psper, that a ber of the old 4th Kentucky Infantry Regiment, (Federal) will be held In Danville, oo the 10th of October. All who can are cordially invited to attend. 8. 8. Fry. Danville, Sept., 25th. JUUor stroll through nr stnra will prore. Mr prices ar LANCASTER, KT. s low HSlmllsr goods can b bought In IhecltlM, a Cut also csnsblo nl occlar demoBatrsllon. I also Hastrr Commissioner Oamrd Circuit Coart. Will keep on band a fall line of srwtin In sll ths Courts of Garrard -and sdjolnlrx countle aod In th Court of Appeals- ATTOIINBY A.t Undertaker' deeds ! Orders by Telegraph Proaptly At tended to. ENTERPRISE Grocery. GEO. D. BURDETT 3 And am ready to serve lonsrals promotly with a met, new nearse. B. K. WEAREN. -- VALUABLE ment "Lily" Langtry admits In legal docu that her name is Emily Charlotte. 4. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. car-loa- d 0 Timothy Seed at T. It. Walton's. An ELMAKTitocK of Clothing at EJmls-toA Owalcj'a. n tins of harnesj at bottom figure. Bright A Currsn. A bsw Has of Zelgler Bros .Shoes juet reeelredat B. II. Shanks'. 15k Boy ths Gsle Chilled Plow and chespet-- of T. R. Wslton. I the best A laboe stock of Blsnkets snd Comforts j ait recelred by Edmlston A Owsley Another esse of woman's truslfulnea and man's deception waa enacted here this week. Ben Gohle, a yaller barber.has been paying hi devotion to Mi Millie a damiel, for some lime snd so won on ber credulity snd a flection as to obtain her entire bank account of $20, which he was to uas In making ready for the promieed nuptials. But sfter gcttin. his hand on the money, Ben concluded he didn't want to marry any wny and skipped out between two suns, leaving his Millie to weep and mourn, refusing to be comforted. saddle-cobred Soke of the Stock of the $130. new First Nat-ton- al Bank, of this place, has told ss high continues remarkbly scarce in this market. Mskers can get 30 cents for Bottes now. it Uaydem's front is also being bssallSed, at least, as much ss red and blsck paint will do It. . ! " r ?, colored a chareetsr of this place, died yesterday of scrofulous consumption. He had been doubled up with rheumatism and hsd In a great measure lost bis power of speech, but he wss sble to go shout and earn his own living up to the last. One peculiarity about him wa that he Invariably voted the democratlo ticket. In 1S7G be was a red. hot Tilden man, for whom he voted and worked, and after the election he was pre seated by his white friends with a hand, sous suit of clothes that he wore up to a Larkin Bird, ths Laurel county Is out of jail agsin, but he went short lime sgo. He ws strictly boneet, this time with the bracelet on. The Sher but wsa very fond of whisky snd was very frequently before the polks court. The ifl came after hlta for trial. democrats of town will have him decently Stove Mew stock of GiaMware, Tinware, burled. ware, llsrasss and Groceries generally will MARRIABES. snd to. Walton's arrive at T. K Mr.W. P. Bourne was married to Miss morrow. Watt far them! Watch for tbeml Mary A. Vaughn, at the residence of Mrs. There U not In sevea Slates a bands om Nancy Vaughn, last evening, alhed for Persy er front tbaa thst iust -- At the home of Mr. J. T. O'Hsir, las', AMcAUeier. The Ironwork, the plats evening, bis slxtseo-daughter, Miss brisk lass windows ad Imitated pressed Ets, and Mr. Wa. D. Elmore, aged SO, all go to make It indeed a thing of beauty, were made one flesh. John Gyuaiber, tbs chtmploa ileepe The K. 0. ha ulssed connection here every d this wsek, bat one. Lansaster of Allsatewa, Pa., whodrsamsd the happy people who want to go to LoukvUls have hours awsy two years sgo for about seven learned to owns here to tske the train and months, has got married, He won't teke many GsHardltes bsul tbslr prodase hers any awre such protracted elumhsss. His (.MshlHasnt. The K.U.I lotlng ground wife wilt see that be Is up la It e to make ths fires evwy It will uevsr be abt to reeWw. whit n d In the absence of our regular report, we bars drawn soms on ths Lancaster .New Ibis issue. Judge Ben M. Burdett will sell 176 seres of good Garrard ' land oa the ftth of October. Bee "ad." All our correspondents, ssts Dinrtlle, weal baak on us this week, plague take their laiy skins. Little Personal. And still they girl at the bouse eoae. An eleten-pounof Mr. B. 8. Myers, I he latest addition population. to That small profits and quick sales tell Is demonstrated by the fact that Bright A Curraa are selling doubts the goods erer sold in Stanford before. Miss Mary M. Jenkinr, a young lady who confeaeed to loving not wisely but loo well, csme into town this week snd swore out a warrant against Green Skldmore, charging him with the psreatrge of a little reponibility, that ha 1 been born unto her, and en officer soon hsd Green la boo. Wedneslsy he was brought before Judge Brown, when he confessed to the soft lrapesohmentand agreed to give hi "old gray mar," all the property be had, If Mlas Jenkins would call it square. She contented, the Judge' thought it best under the eircumstsnees, since nothing could be mad out of Green and the animal was duly delivered to the wronged girl, who went her way rejoicing. Bastardy. Charley Yates, or to-d- y ear-ol- d pounds. Glsgow Times. Resolutions were pasted by the National Wool Association declaring the tar. iff rate on imported wool should, at the earliest opporl'inlty, he restored to what they were before the lale reduction. The corn crop of Adair county is very fine, and mors hay wa saved in the county ! tiMjn lli&n has ever been in any one year. The recent rains started the fall grass and gave ths turnips a "go off." Spectator. The Louisville Jockey Club Rsces are In full blast, and will continue for 21 days. We would give a list of the winners, but nearly everybody Interested in such matters read about them in the dailies before we can get them. Joe Kcnnev, of this county, claims to have an infallible cure for chicken cholera, which he says consists of the following: Venetian red; he says It cures all chicken dlreises. Others have tried it and report Paris Kentuckian, success. Suckling mule colts being shipped east is a new thing here. From Cynthlsns, Henderson Everbeart, of York, Pa., ship, ped a Mr. Tanner bought a car load there for. eastern parties. Jas. Oder bought for himself 40 that rated from $25 Paris Kentuckian. to $10. "The farmers of The Enttrprin says: Mercer county have every reason to be thankful for the many blesslagt the lis bestowed upon them. We have excelUat corn, good hsap and ihe finest crop of tobaeao we have ever seen. Some of our farmers have gone so far as to claim 2.000 pounds to the acre." There is the widest sort of differences Some parties in the rsngeof are contracting to sell their corn at $1.60 per barrel, while others deeUae less thsa $3 00, One leattanan .Monday last de clared that no coa'sbouhi ever go out of hi crib at less than $3.00 prbarrel he Glasgow would feed It to his hogs, first. Times. Ths Cincl aaati cattle market is firm common $1,75,02.75; fsir to medium $30 (i) 3.70; good to cfaotee butcher grades 4 75; eowmoa to fair skippers $4 05.1S; good to choks $4.3505 80; stoekers and feeders $3.7604.5Osome extra $1 75; some light yearling sad calves $2,(003.51. Hogs are weak; seleeted buWs tad heavy shippers $5 0005.35; fair to good packer $1.0005 09; fair to good light W 176 to 200 pounds $405 40; seme of Utt weight $4.76 5; common $404.$; sts k bog $3 60 4 25. fehtsp are wsak; eomatan to fair $2. 6003 M; geed to efeoiee $3 W4; soms ex. lr$4.M; staok ws4hsf$fS.75; stock light; ewss $2.600360 Laabs-rsce- ipts common to fair $101.60; good to choke $1.7606,60. car-loacorn-price- Lancatter. Walton Eason has qualified as town Marshal. Capt. S. M. Peacock and family have returned from Estill Springs. Drs. II. O. Herring and S. II. Burn- sides think that there are three cases of scarlet fever in town. A warrant has been issued for tbe arrest of Henry Tankeraley, charged with committing rape on his own cousin. Died, at the residence of her father, near this place, Miss Llllie Price. Mrs. Ssrah Huffman died Monday morning, the 24th Inst. She was 77 years old. Married. On the 20th, at the County Clerk's office, Zick Ray to Mia Nsnnie Ray. George Brysnt to Mies Settle Daly on the 20th, st Mike Ray' hotel, by Dr- J.VLowber. T. S. Miller to Mhs Sue J. Doty, on the 26th. -- On Ihe 24th writs were issued by R. R. Noel, Juvtice of the Peace, for the arrest of Bud Brosddus and wlfs, charged with etesllnv 10 sacks of wheat, two bushels each. And one against Bud for stealing aix hog. The writs were sworn out by bis mother, Mrs. John E. Brosddus who alec got out a peace warrant against Bud; The cases will be tried Saturday. Wednesday morning while James Cow. an, of color, was attempting to draw some water from a large clatern on tbe farm of John Gill, he lost his balance and fell in, He was drowned before any assistance could be gotten to' him. He was about twent- yseven years old, and was releeaed from the penitentiary Thursday, where he had eer Ted a four years' sentence for stealing. south-bound Judge Hoadly has about recovered from his Illness and will take the (tump in Ohio on October 1st. The rocket factory at the Arsenal of Woolwich, England, exploded, destroying many building nnd'lwo lives. A severe hail storm thst ruined the growing crops iwept over the Ohio valley Monday from Carrollton to Lrwrenceburg. Scott county has voted down a meas ure to aubecrlbe $50,000 to Ihe proposed Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris railroad. Hon. R. M. Spalding, of Marion, is dead, aged 70. Mark T.Vancleave, also of Marlon, died of typhoid fe7er a few Oays ago. The report of the Ohio State Auditor, shows the rolleclions under the Scull li quor tax law to be nearly $2,000,000 in the Stale. According to the official report juet Issued, 1,090 iieraon were killed and 371 injured by the earthquake on the Island of lechla. C. P. Huntington, of the Chesapeake A Ohio R. R, has purchased $176,000 worth of property in Cincinnati for depot purposes. Robert E. Lee, youngest son of the late Confederate General, says that a for politics led him to decline recently a democratic nomination for the Legis lature of Virginia. Hon. Leon Abbett, the democratic nominee for Governor of New Jersey, is a nephew of the Rev. W. McD. Abbett, a throughout Methodist minister Kentucky and now a resident of Carrollton . General Sherman has fixed upon the let of November aa the date upon which he will turn over the command to General Sheridan, and practically retire to civil life, although he will not be placed on the retired list of the army until the 8th of February. Wednesday was Arkansas day at the Louisville Exposition. Gov. Berry and three hundred citlxens of Arkansas were present. The Governor was presented with a suit of clothes mad from cotton picked r hours before upon a plant, but lion five hundred miles away. dis-tsa- le n forty-fou- - Garrard CO., Kentucky, -- UAVE- EOR SALE. Co. Lands Imiicn.Htcr, Just Bocoivod Anothor Car Load of Furniture, Consisting of I offer at private sale my firm of about .130 acres. n, In Garrard, about one mil below Camp Dick with large cotUro bouse of eight rooms, In number one repair, all nrcemar eu tbulldlses, and the land fertile anil In aloe state of cultivation, ncarlr all Mng In gr". On thsplaco Is a dlelll-ler- j' of about 100 buihel fjptcllr. Th turnpike from Danville to Lexington runs through this firm, and the the location Is verycoarenlent. Alio I6S acres, a part of the B. M. Jones larm, on tha samaplke, adjoining tbe above. Tbe two placea will be sold as a whole, or dlrlded to suit purchasers. Th purchaser will alio hare tho option to Alio retlnthe dlillllerr,or ItranlierenioTol. amalirarm adjoining the aboTeiletcribed property, with fair Imnroremenlt. In th Intenectlon o th. DanTllloanii Buena Vlita tumplkoa, containing about SS acre. A small tractoflt acres, adjoining lands of T. Dunn. Alsia store homo In me town or urjsntiTiiic, a warehoua. near depot In Lancaster, a burial lot in the Lancaster cem-eteAc All the alnre property will be sold on rerj liberal terms. For mrther partlculari call on or address ll'Jf. BKHIiKI.E, sep. IS If Drrmitille, Ky. Parlor and Chamber ESTILL SPMiWS Sets, place for he coming ! Harln taken charge ol this fsmcus watering s eaten, I am now Bods:& Loungos, Bod Springs Prepared to Receive Guests. and Mattroseos, I bars a corps o trained servsnts and will be able to furnish Seta and Chairs and Everything Furlo a First-clas- s niture Store. SatiHfHCtery To all persons AccemHieelatleHH PrlccH as Lew R Aavbedy's' In pursuit of health of pleasure. Th.mMl.ln,1 ntt.lltlwi a? .. w.Im a ,nn well known lo the people of Central Kentucky to ng need a dMcrlptlon of their properties. Tha rates of board will be reaaonable. For further Information, apply to me at Irvine, Ky. 157-- tl H. M. X'KACOCll. K. T. E. NJ11TJI, Homeopathic l'hyslclan, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. E. H. BURNSIDE, DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. ET. - Beildance. Clemens House office opp. Central Nat. Bank. Special attention to diseases of women 165-S-m and children for the put eighteen years. Propr School for Girls t I will teach a'day achool.for.'glrlOn the.Bprings building in Iran urcnara, This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND BcfciBHlBKlrloHday.Oct.l, 1SS3, And continuing month. I will bo assisted by two comnetert teachers, one an Instructor In music, i'or further partlculsrs. terms, Ac, apply to MISS Sliier Creek, Ky. Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in A Washington correspondent eaye: "Everybody was at the circua the other day with the children the more the belter. Ye, there Is Senator Bayard with his chil dren, and Justice Stanley Matthews with his. large as they are, and Benator Don Csmeron with his: and then there are the French, German, Japanese, Chinese, Span' tali. Chilian, Russian and Austrian minis ten. their suites and their families. There . it the jaunty Peruvian minister too, with and older manner. There hi old are some more senators, and there are a shoal or representatives and lhat you would not know if I were to name them. And there are the generals and the admiral. Poor Gen. Sherman bad to go down to Fortress Monroe the day the circus nrrived, on an inspecting tour. He wanted to wait until the circus came, but a he himself said, "naval vessel wait for no man," and he did not want to pay his fare to Norfolk. There are Mr. Blame and Georee Bancroft and all the historians." S.n. Barrelt A Co'. Mammoth Bail-ro- ad Show will exhibit at Stanford on Sat urday, October 0th. BucKlen's Arnica Salre. Tha greatest medical wonder of tbo world. War ranted to speedily cur Bums, Bruises, Cuts, Ut ters. Bait Rheum. Fever Bores, Cancers, Pile. Chilblains, Corns, Tetter, Chapped Hands and all sxln eruptions, luaraateed to cure la every in- stance, or money refunded. A positive cur lor Pile. He per box. For ral by Penny 4 Me- AlUter. Widt-Awak- e Druggists. Messrs. Penny A UeAllsttr ar always alir to their business, and spare no pains to secure ths best ofTryarltcUlu their Has. Thsy hire secured Ihe sgeocy for the celebrated Dr. KIo"s Nw Discovery for Consumption. Th only certain cur for Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, Hay Fever, Bronchitis, or any aflee-Uof tbe Throat and Lungs, Bold on a positive guarsnte. Trial Bottles frt. Regular sis. II. BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE iti Fare, Appointment, or Attention to Comfort of their Gnesti. Iff STANFORD, KY. I oner for sale privately my house and lot on Somerset street which Is occupied by J. M. Bailee. I'omasloa to be glren Jsu. 1, 1881. Terms reasonable. For particulars writ, to in at Harper, Kansas or call on Bobt. 8. Lytle, tlUnlord, Ky. 181 nagarage will be cornered to and from ths depot free of charge. Special accommodations to to Commercial Tratslers. Th Bar will be always sapplled with th choicest braids of Llqiors and CIgara. to dec. 1 If. 11. AXlEHSOX, Harper, Kansas. Central University! CoLLfOK OS FRANCIS HOTEL. A8APH, PhlleBepliy, Letter sic ScIchcc, RICHMOND, KY. Meat session will open Tuesday, Sept. It, 1(83. FORMERLY ST. ADVANTAGE. A Full Faculty of able, and experienced comprehensive eourso ol study and thorough lnslrucllvo; completeness of buildings and apparatus. Hating had this Hotel bociAt, Ikfluikce The community Is distinguished for It reined culture and hospitality, and young men find homes In Ihe beat famllle. Not a licensed saloon In lowo. Richmond Is at USALTuruLKESs or LocnTloK. From basement to garret, an elevation of mora than 600 feet abois the Ohio from all malarial loBuenc. Klver, and free lHtCHd (e Keep It h geographical la the AocaasiBILiTY.-Rlcbmo- nd FInit.ClHMs flf centre of the Bute, and la within a few hours' ride Knoxvlll and And leare nothing undone that will add to the by rail of Loutsiille, Cincinnati, Chattanooga. MODEBira Exriasia. Board In the Ao Dor- COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. mitory f 100 per annum, and In tha best (amines from 3 to II per week. Total necessary for tbe 10 months, from $1S0 to 1210. For full Information snd catalogue apply to Lii II. ULH.Vl'O.V, JU. -- .,, Ar offered Kcl'urnislicd and ltcfittcd I ia Strictly atmcr, Commercial Travelers SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS 175-- Chancellor. Paint Lick. freight The tender of the train jumped the track about three miles from this place, Tuesday, and the train was delayed about two hours, We are told that a move is on foot to run a telephone line from Lancaster to Richmond via this place. Perhaps we can speak to Brother Walton occasionally. A. party of young men are getting up a menagerie. They have already secured an elephant of large dimension, and a beautiful baboon,, but tbey don't think that ihe latter will be very profitable, as it takes so much to feed him. They have never been able to satiste bis appetite yet. Miss Sallie Pearl, of London, who baa HKVT AtmBTlSKMKHTS. been visiting Mies Lula Fulllns, left for her home Monday. Misses Llllie Arnold HON. A. O. TALMOXT, and Lillie McClary spent several days with Ot Boyle, Is a candidal for Speaker ot the next friends here. Mr. J. R. Warren, went to House of KeprcMOUttves. Lancaster on business Sunday; he is in asareh of a Llllie. Mr. Willis Adams and wife, Mr, D. C. Pulllns snd wife, left on the 0:30 train, Tuesday, for the Louisville ttuTVo wMaUa. YeaagJR re Exposition. Mr. I. B. Arnold, will add a fsw mors room to his hotel soon. Tbe hunters have commenced maklag.war upon tbe little birds. We are told that a party TOM. west out from Sliver Creek a few days ago A Co., Stanford Ky., aod bagged over a hundred. Messrs. Ward LaUoraenaalt,Bvsrnc with aBd Lutes have been reaovatiag their fc CO.. M. and will seen have it looking Importers snd Jobber of Dry Goods, Notions, Ac, oar, no, oti aaeiuou., vwi. aa asst ss s bsw pla. A Fine Blue-Gra- ss Farm 2, 1883, To patronize me, aa I hare every convenience juch as NICE BAMl'Lli BOOMS, At, lor their use. At Public Sale. Baggage Transferred to and from the Depot free of charge. Qlrs me a call. OK TUESDAY, OCTOBER W.S. FKANC1H. I will sell st public outcry th farm on which I reside, situated about H miles from rilanferd, Lincoln county, Immediately on tho turnpike road from Btanferd to Souierwt,cooUlnlng 170 Acres. It hie on It a coulortable aod ctOTsnlent dwelling with six rooms, a aiicnen, gooa narn ana aii necessary outbuilding- - It t exceptionally well watered, there being S never falling springs. One hundred aerea of thla land Is strictly io. a auu iu. residue la good grazing altogetbar It la a very ex- cellent stock farm. There Is on the place an orch ard or aoouwuo young appMirees in tun oeenug of select fruit. At tha same time and on the premises wilt be aim sold all my pel sessl property, Steers, 2 Milk Cows, S Dry oft Cows and other young Cattle, GO well vm ewn,,- Waa. good work Horses, 10 hsad of Hows, 1 achlne sad Farm on, 1 Jersey Wsgoo, a Mowing Ing Implements generally. Also at Acres of Corn In the field and a 1st of Hay In stacks. Terms mads known oa day of salt, dte-t- d -- DANVILLE- PLANING MILL COMPANY, -- Manufacturers o-f- SVSJ JV A. MKNXFJSE. wi jaWblwnKllluu sluing Sale of Fine Lands mom Deei-H- , Sash, Illludit, WlHdevr Dear Framt'H, Meld. Scroll Suvr HHd NEYT.IMIVCE, . will on IfKlHAW iWiuul. a 1HH3, at bis lata residence In K. ull hi., ntlr. aetata, real and Ber-of sonal. eonilatlnaof two tract of land. Use UaAVHKS near aliens' Church adjoining the SKIT, i.. As Administrators with will annexed of Jackson lHgs, Werk,TnrH- - store-bous- J. ROBINSON MABISON COMTT. couTHViuXiii:. ., , ICY. ! A young blscksmltfa, Nathan Searcy, while drank was run over aBd killed by a K. O. train at Red House station Monday. No one has been seat to tfc'e psalten-tiarya- o far this court, a very uaus-- al thing. The grand jury baa returned ahoat 80 iadietsaeats to date. Miss Mattie Broastoa will leave to day for Nw York to parsae a coarse of study in the Teebaieal Sebool at Ftaa Arts. KKIi In vnvi Executor's Sale HATCKD.1Y, OOTOliEU land or Albert Minim, too Logan broiuers, ueoraw Eoglsman and Wm. MeAfee; said fend Is rich, Ilea well, Is wsll fenced, wslt watered and In a high stats of cultivation. Th other, the home trsct, containing 3X0 .t'KJV, situate on both, sides of the Uncolo aud Boyle T. I. Boad, Smiles from Danrllle and and 1 miles from ttttelbr and Junction Cltlee, has on It a good substantial fraiu dwelling ot ssreu sou nwim. .AA.1 barn. granary, carriaga-nous-a oth.r DMHiarr butldlnm also a auud orchard. This tract Is all susptlbl of cultivation and Is to tha retains of corn, wheat Ac. sucl: and aUo a grail farm, has on It 1 nsrer-fel- ltag wrings, la well fenced and will uak a dstra ble home for pefeo seeking one. Ihk JLatbo Werk, Floerlujf, Cellluif.WeHtlf erbemrdlHKt Drcrwed And other- - jLh tuber, Building Material JTHriiiiiiK Idiimber! As Executor of 8. L. Burdett. deed., I wilt Sell oa the premise to the hlgeet bidder, oa '88, A Tract of Land containing about lit ACRKd. ItaM Land U situated la Uarrard county, Ky on nJfo ,t'M( Lssessler aftd Buekese twuplke, east ol laasastsr, Th Laad 1 under good Isac. watered eiweM so la Wuenaa, weU a 1. la a h.Ua ataia of cuRl wl.l tattoo. foruM HWral aad made known eu day of l.i iet eat the Odd Fellows Lodge hare at the 1 will at tha Grsad Lodge which meets at Staaferd Oet. Ueaud rami der. 23d, lg4.lt same time sell Horse. to the l4m.ot Jar. JsvXaWJtTX) H. "' Uulas, Oil. BascieVM, Also Pesters In Th personalty eoaaUls of a cows, I yoke ozso, 1 biood bull, 2 yearling belters. Ituggy bone,! aaar,M bead ol yearling mule, 1 larss work-mul- e, 41 hsad of bog snd about 9 shoots; also 1 several start In th V, & V. T. P.' wsgon, 1 oxKoal , famlsg utensils, 1 W lee a hff Call on u or writ lor price cart, t wheat drill, I Oetwraerearer, 2 barrona stock aad will do our best to pleaw you la pet ot Ac. S acre of corn In shock. and quality ot material. Term liberal a4 will be made known oa day of sale Hat. VK.xti, PERSONALTY. uy, am 171. Id J.S.OIlKMt, at AiadaWeators, HANVILI.K VL.tM.Ml MILL maw Vauvllle, Ky. ft. . it' m sim, mlty azsmmmmmm f thawed when things wcro Rott-taout, they looked at their hhermomotet and found it had gono nway up till it war only 40 degree.! liclow zero. It was FrMy Menilitf, Saytwwbw M, 1883 growing warm and comfortable. Tho reports of tho voyages of Nor dciiftkjnld aro among tho moit interestri.OHKM.. ing accounts over given of tho region of lit acua TanhTfocrA eternal snow. II" started on hii Inst ,IIer MP prayer el tilfht ehe Mid, trip along the northern shore of Aula, in Thin looted with "l.lfnl ejee, midsummer, 1 878. His ship, tho Vega, llff tiMetly uitl half afraid, . Up t the i tarry was provisioned for two years. They Fi't daily breed, riVr emight In tain, laid in a plentiful supply of lemon julcd flh eled Mm beavr-hlower. and rranltcrry sauce, and other thlngi CM !" .tie low affile, "fee, that wore sour and cooling. On Aug. Dl" mo iny dally t Were I" 10 they sighted tho northernmost )oint Iltr dally flower, hot thy daj, of the old world, Northeast capo. For la on lirlghl garden (lew; And like Comer in all her way , several days provions limy had lecn enThe dimpled creature grew. veloped in fog, but suddenly on this day At fIr end eaeet allny mild tho cold cloudi parted. Tho peak of tho At Sny t!oonj old capo lighted up splendidly. Tlioy That lin and dew' rati rtree prreuta ncared tho cliffi and fired a cannon saFrom mother earth.' broad batom. lute. As they camo still nearer they And Owm Hko kin the darling lored; saw a hugo polar bear standing upon a Kb bora 11m fragrant bend, Where'er eho played, where'er ebe rorcd, glittering icolcrg making faces at thorn. In apron or In hand. ! Hut a lkld of ico barred tholr progAr.l whlfta abe prayed, with look aakacc ress. After trying ineffectually to Aa If ebe aaked a tf caaure forco their ship through it thoy finally Too great for God to giro perchance For Ju.t lier baby pleaaure. jivo up, and anchored To an Afterward it got so hot, h iwovcr, that I echoed In tny heart her prayer, tho temperature of tho water n little rtnnrmbcrlng rartlt'a ead hour, And crjr weight of aln and cart, nays down into tho ocean was ouly ono "Oft na our dally floweral degree below zero. In theso high north" Tb kindly word, the amlla errnc, . ern latitudes fresh meat will stay frozen Tli grating of hard as iron for untold hundreds o! lb brotherhood In epeech and mien, years. Tho Iwdies of Siberian mamTLat roothe our common aorrow, moths havo been found, imbedded in "Thee human Uonaoma of tha heart ice, as fresh as when tho animal breathed OIti to our dally needing! Dear Lord I are not them too a part its last expiring sigh, though tho Lord Of Thine Immortal feeding I" knows how many ages ago that event And berk the audden anawer fell I actually took place. Dogs nto tho llesdi " Tt hate'er My hand hath glren ot ono of theso mammoths with as much My conatant Ion and care to tell, relhh as though it had been la truly hired from hearrn." After waiting n whilo longer, during THE AVE OVIOK tho iuterttiiig summer outlier, nnd his men chopped the Thero was a time when tho world brnye littlo Vega out of tho ico with wasn't as hot na it is now. Agoa ngo axes, and got her away. o all North America and all Northern They1 soon afterward wero frozen in lay sleeping within a covering of for tbo winter. Hnt it wasn't novorj Ice Tliia cool covering was in many b.ul. Even on tho 21st of Docotnlx i places over half a milo thick. Rivers they enjoyed fivo hours ot blessed sun of iee, 0,000 feet deep, leveled np tho shine. Thoy spout a jolly Christmas trolleys oven 'with tho hill tops, and with tho tliermomolcr ouly 03 degrees. Bowed on and on slowly over tho ground Indeed, it never went lower thau 40 deAll tho shallow toward tho oceans. grees below zero. During his voyage oi seas and ocean wcro frozen solid to tho 187l!-;i, thosamo uaigaUr wintered ul bottom. Whcro groups of islands are Spitsbergen, in 80 degrees north !uti strung along tho coasts now, all was tn I . Tho nin disappeared Oct. '2i. I then ono solid mainland. Tho interI' a (1 cool and dirk tilt February vening waters wero frozen into an iron-har- d i .lie in ido this temper bjd. In ,'i mass. Tho world was ciunattt it is observed that I0"f degrees All this geologists havo found out by abovo zero in tho shade has tho samo ' learning. their eflcct. When tho light camo back tho Bnow falling year after year upon tho explorers looked at ono another and tnouutain tops lay without melting. found that tho faces of all had a palo Constant accumulation from abova yclt"Msh gfcon tint, tho color of a lank pressed it together till it became ico. potato sprout in a cellar. Thosamo prcssuro forced it on down Fog3 of brilliant hnng through tho valloys. Along tho shores over tho ground during April. They of tliocontineuts gigantic ico walk wcro saw gorgeous mock suns. Reautif ul formed, since, in no part of tho sea was bobbed about in a frisky manner tho water deep enough to float tho all summer. masses away. From timo to time, hugo For really cool and refreshing reading pieces of theso walls crumbled away ill hot weather, ho rover, we can not do and fell into tho water. Then mountains of ico stood about tho wall. In our better than to turn to Capt. O. F. Hall's no mentions sitting day Dr. Hayes saw off tho coast of Arcticoxplorations. and writup in bed, in his Greenland on iceberg aground in water nearly half a milo deep. His estimate. ing in Ids journal when tho mercury was that it weighed 2,000,000,000 outsido tho hut went down to 02 degrees pounds. What an it wonld below zero. While his ship was frozen in on the northern coasts, ho took a havo mado I Just such a solid, frozen wall as reared pleasure tour in sledges across tho counits front around tho, coasts of Europe try in tho month of January. Ho took on three pounds of Cincinnati cracklings and North America is seen along tor soup. Ha says tho soup was of tho Antarctic contho northern limit tinent. Sir J. 0. Ross sailed along its excellent. Ouo part of tho story is tolerably stiff, edgo for a dutonco of 1C0 miles, and as suits a frozen region. Tho Captain found it unbroken by a singlo inlet. Europe and America wcro surrounded, woro a long, heavy beard. His breath h overwhelmed, by an Arctic coated his. whiskers with frost. Finally and icebergs thoy froze in a solid mass togcthor, hard ocean, filled with mile hlgli. Tho samo processes now and unyielding as a poker, no wishod a in operation among tho great glaciers of to tako his reindeer jackot off over his tho Alps wcro going on then on a gigan- head, but tho hard mass of ico and board tic scale. Abovo tho snow-linin tho prevented. Finally ho took out his Alps, tho constant accumulations of knife, in a desperate state of mind, and whisk-cro- d frozen vapors aro still squeezing the hooked off chunk alter chunk of ice, till ho was finally enabled to snow beneath into ice. It is pressed together into tho valloys, and tho great ico remove his jacket. During tho timo thoy took this sleigh rivers still crawl slowly, almost imperceptibly, onward to tho soa, melting in ing larty over uio irozou coutiucnt, a Great cracks of rummer, and leaving great rows of terrifio storm camo up. ico yawned beneath them. Tho wind scratched stones and debris. vrith such fury, and tho ice beTho wholo interior of Qrccnland pre- whistled sents y tho samo appearance tho neath them creaked so, alarmingly, that present civilized world did during tho thoy expected every moment they and would bo It is wholly buried their ' igloo," or fdnciid period. great weight of ico and hurled into half a milo ot underneath a Capt. Hall discovered an bland which snow, which lovels up valleys and sweet Tho exho named Bishop island. over hills in its croopiug, mysterious progress toward tho ocean. Wliero it plorers used to tako walks in tho fresh reaches tho margin of tho sea, a grout, air for thuir health, with (ho mercury at awful wall of ico stand, tfOO feet abdvo 40 degrees. Thoy made journeys over tho sea level. How far down into tho broken ico iloes. Sometimes thoy water it goes, nobody knows. Nobody stepped into a treacherous crack, which would immediately widen, and plungo ever went down to see. Human foot has scarcely left a track them into deadly cold weather below. in the wioai in thk deadly cold interior March 17, with tho mercury at 13 deregion. "All is ono dead, dreary ex- grees, thoy witnessed a phenomenon. panse of white," says Qcike. In a space Showers of snow fell from a perfectly of country six times as largo as tho clear sky, so clear that thoy could look up aud see tho stars shining through whole British empire, not a livo creature, sum, beast or bird, is to be seen. tho rain of snow crystals. Thoy frosted their heels and their Tho eokl is too fajteune. Not a sound is over heard, savo only when tho storm uoscH. Ouoe, Iwiug vory thirsty, Copt. whistles through tho snow and ico crags. Hall chipped off some bits of ico from Daring explorers in ships havo from au iceberg and put them into his moutlu Ho tells us it frozo his mouth fast. time to tiiao skirted along tho GreenCincinnati Commercial. loo wall. They speak of the scene land SewMttkli Jul tritfgwiul ao?AarjpoT3. yes:. was trozB awn retail to barn. Xlna'l-ly- , f said Undo Raft Hatch to a New York retwrlcr, " mo of a slory told mo by n Judgo of thU city somo years sinco on tho train to Washington. I am not much of n hand for repeating stories, but I nover think of this ono without a good hearty laugh, even if I'm nil alone, which goes to show that sunihitio in thought makes ns livo longer. " Muny years ago, when thousands of children now living wrro yet nnloni, Horace Greeley wa fn tho zotilth of his power as editor of tho 'Mlmnc, and was moro or 1cm mixed up or down in politics. "A gentleman by tho namo of was acting as night or day editor, it matters littlo Which, and was to tha political columns all right, "Greeley was naked to givooplncoloa nowly-arrhcemigrant who could neither read nor write said emigrant being about six feet two Inches tall. " Greeley requested Cummings t makonplaco for him, and tho wicked Mr. Cummings npjwinled him ns' messenger or waiter at tho door of Mr. GrceJ ley's room, cantionilig him to obey ira-- i plici'ly his orders. " Well, ouo day Mr. Greeley told his boy not to let any ono Into his room, ns ho w.is going to writohis' editorials; and it camo to pass that this samo day Vico President Wilson called and desired to see Mr. Greeley without delay, no was arrayed In slouched hat and a dusty duster and ormod with a and was met with tho reply: No, Mr. Grecloy will boo no tramps; ho is writing hia editorials.' Cummlnga sat innocently eying tho couphi, and interfered just in litno to prevent n scenonud lot tho Vico 1'rcsidoiit in. " Later came a ward politician that must sco Mr. Greeloy. Tho answer rang out tho samo, ' Mr. Graley can't be disturbed.' As tho ward politician boomio rather violent in his efforts to enter tlio room our valiant boy from tlio Emerald Islo took to mopping tho iloor with hint, and ho mado a rather hasty descent down tho Btoirs. Well, so tho story runs, soon after this tho boy of six feet two camo room and rushing into tho said, Mr. Graley wants tho cncyclo- r, whilo mania,' ond this Bamo writing at tho rnto of SID a column, replied, You'll find it right over thcro in that case,' with an indication of tho pen as to whero it was. Tho boy returned with a pair of handcuffs that had leen used on John Brown's liands, and inquired, Is tins what Mr. Graley is after a wontin ?' " " What has all this to do with tho stock market ?" tho reporter questioned. " Why, don't you see, young man, somebody has handcuffs on and can't sell. The parties who havo been buying stock so freely aro what aro known as tho lambs, who cannot road nor write." Gum-mind o, 's sub-edito- -- axi "Tho stock market," ; CHCRCH WRIrSTST. M, rftlnHMrrnatl. The Secret of the universal success of Brown's Iron Uittcra is simply this: It is the best Iron preparation rvcr made; is compounded on thoroughly and chemical scientific, principles, and medicinal docs just what is claimed for it no more and no less. By thorough and rapid assimilation with the blood, it reaches every part of the system, healing, purifying t and strengthening. Commencing at the foundation it builds up and restores lost health in no other way can lasting benefit be obtained- yj Dtarborn Kit., CMcaca, Nor. ;. 1 hart ! ptal auffertr frm a.vtrvwcakatOfnat!i.htartbiirn,luHl dppcrnU In lit wont form. Neatly m diMma, CYtryinlnc I at and I coul.1 cat but link. 1 hara o M 0 eVk-n- d H w m T. aforrtoa. Kettler ereiy Hu4ay Morning a BUKDKTT A Hilt WN jjatWeacei't tha Iklrtl. Prefer KMm efrrj Thureay nlahl, Hunday Brweol at m a. a. v. ,vi Ke. H. C Morrlwn, rluperlntendent, Itl-ly- f XT. YKKHON, KY. KT, J. M. llacoi, l'aatcr. Nertlee BAtTIHT. and FonMh HunM;s, tnnrnlnf and WAltaon a. Taa6N, night. lraTT Mellng erery Wedneeday after- T. if. VAano. noon. Hundar Hchool at 1 10 a. H. R. K. Barrow T. W. W.W. VAKNOHr , Superintendent. A'J.' Ju.A.-VoTANIX)KD, KY. Worahlp by Ih nHHlNTIAN ilav. rrearhlneb rnngmiratlnn Cbt Office Id Owsley A Bon's new building-- up stairs. lh. J. W. onReennd and r'purth linnt' dari- - Monday Hchool iTilYTON, M. Bt :I8. Jo. Hereranre, Muperlnlrndent. fi(IUTII.-I!c- T. I. H. KrANFOIUI, KY, 1)HlXnVTKHIANt rVhool at Mo. John W. wilt XNPtlMtn IhetVnrHof IJnrnln ead-Rout, Huperlnirmlrnt. Union Prayer Meeting on lolnlnr. rnlle d the- fuprrlor Onnrt and Ooutt W edneaday Mgbta. ...... ... ui appeal.. rvi-- i 111 Olllre on Ijinrailer strL JjL rMor. VrKTM0I)IHT,8OUTII.-R- a AM M. ICMlktr. tar- i.. rss 1 .AirroitroavH i;i xaw ,...... raA.-V, OPERA HOUSE, AIiBX. ANDEHSON, r3 0 M Ul I l frrANKOIU). KY- .- DANVILLE, KY., Will rractlre In th Courts of IV.jlx aid adjetnlBg eoaatle and In th Court f Anal. " A.r W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. n Blleof Slage.lOiM. Tight rrnnelat aria ol rVen- ery eeaiing rapariiy, mriMuing gauery, avu. lleaaonabl rate to gvwl attraction. AddreM as abora. And Mailer CommUaioner IbtckraitleCireultCeurt MT VLKNON, KY. Will praetle In Ih HnekraatU Oourls. tlona a apeclally. UAcei la Coutl-b- J. n. vibh. At tstrntiy : I.nWi A-t- 0W. Stanford Female College. NTANFOKD. KY. HTAMh-OHIAY. Oflce Houth lid Mala street, tw door sbete , the Myrra HoUl. rurs Minus Olid Oaa admlnUUted when HUUUUON I.RH r. UUrVMAN, IJtlN'X,XMl Ul H Ul ico-do- p 0 g 'I I DK. W. With a Full Corps ef Teachers, CO d M Tblalnilltutlon will open lla Thirteenth Peaelon on the M Monday In Meptemher neil. trltJtTeryiMtigreeommBjJ,lian Ukn tha prncrlptlent of a donn Xhnlclana, tut cot no rclltf until I took Urown'a Iron Hititra. t noix of the rUl trouble, and am l new man. I am ctttliur much I ate atronger, and feet fint-rata riUroact mjlnrtr, anl no mita can not aar trip nr much rtfvlarlr. cf 1your wonJcr-- hi In praUa 190 U.CMack. mtdklnc. HrANFOBIl, KUMTUUKY. Offlre orrr llobl. R, I.Tlle's atore. Ofne lour from loll Ai M, aal I to r. H. Aaeathellc ad (Ill-ly- r t mlnlitered wnen neeeaaary. U StttiLU O.tlltlHt, Ill riNr, f. Hi a -- WW ALL THE H1UMCHEH Of A T. IM-l- J. llONIiKY, KY. f THOaOUGHENGLlSHCOUBGE Art MUHIO. TUB IiANOUAOBfl. DHAW. INO AND I'AINTINO. tanght, a well aa House Painter & Paper Hanger BTANFOKD. Brown's fresh-kille- docs not contain whiskey or alcohol, and will not blacken the teeth, or cause headache and constipation. It will cure dyspepsia, indi- Iron Bitters TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, price, rang from f IS to f.M la Ik regalar IprlnienU. l'rlmarr, 113, IntermMlal 110; lreparalojy, 110, and Oolleglate, too. For full particular, aa I Board. Acaddreaa HKH. N. O. THIir.llKAKT. I'rlueli.Ml, etaabrd. Llnooua Co., Ky, "Moivon Chicago itour:. Railway. Fnlnco TO Louisville, New Albany & thk o.vii' lini:;kunnini gestion, heartburn, sleep- Eu-rop- lessness, dizziness, nervous debility, weakness, &c rl liii a4 Uta only Prown'a Iron Hltrra ma Je l.y rroiraiamlcalCo.,IlJtlaire. CroueJ iru!c-Bui- uu rnr- - 2 S o ONLY HALL'S SJBjawawawawaaBwaaawawagaajaawawai Fullinnn LOUISVILLE In lime to Cars! AND SOLID TKAIND CHICAGO! 13 EECOaMPrDKP IJY rHTCICIAKO. - Wrights Indian Vecetable Pills And alt Bilious Complaints Bale to take, belnit purely vrmtable: no grip-IPiircttcU. AU UrurolsU. n. LIVER win rtiw r nnd Catarrh of tho Nasal of tho Cnr. Cjo or Ulcoratlrot Catarrh INTERNALLY, nmt Throat. It la tnaon neta OIRKOTLV upon th Blood and Mycoua urfarea of tn Sjatam. It l tho hast Blood Purlfior In tho WORLD, nnd Is worth ALL that la chamod for It. for THAT alono. Cntlty-Chronlo 'X'J-U- OUIWH r-- v-- FrucittNoTira:. Paaaenger Iroia the Knot-lll- e HraackelUA N. KIL artlf In Lwihilll tat tb aiming train of tb "Muftoa Uoute" and go tbroegh la (IrrcncjiKtlc. CrnnfnnlaTlllr, fjirgjctte ant! Chlrago nlttioiit clian;c. -- TIMH TAHLK-BTAllONS. Lve. Dally. T TaiirT g ROBBED iTPRM ThouaantlaofcraTra ar annually robbrd of thai Tlcllma, llrra prolonged hlpnlncaaanJ hralth ra ;tortd by uh of the A TJ TNTUTiinP A TiTR U aa. ks snow-hous- cvi:k fUK XJTAI.L-rOA Paris physician says: "I herewith append n recipo which has been used to my knowledge in hundreds of cases. It will provent or euro tho smallpox though tho pittings aro filling. When Jcnner discovered cow-poin England, the world of scienco hurled au avalancho of famo upon his head, but A X. x Which poaltlTely anil permaiMntly rurr Impel-rene(cauaol by cxrnara of any kind,) mpi irtf Weaktiemt, and all dlaeanta that follow e, aa iobb ot mcrgy, mmoi aaquenca oi memory, uolreraal Uaaltudr, pain In too back. prematura im aar, ana many aimneaa oniaion, other dlaeaaea that lead to ronauinpUoa and a prela for clrrulars with matura pate, free by mall. Tho IS VIUOilATOU laaold at tlper box, oralx Loaea lor 13, by all drugriiti.orwlllbe aent fre by mail, aecurely sealed, ou receipt cf price, by addraulnir Sola agent for tho United UUtee. The moat direct roeto, with oolr oae btgeaf ran. to all point lu Wlmn.la. MIoBMria, Iowa, ror larlber luformatloa, tCIN TUB MAHUKT1 tor any M.Uaita,ArMUKKAY P. A., And w otter Ono Hundred Dollars If!- Ualeitll, Kj Cno of Catirrn It will not Cure. WILL. CL11U ANY CASIil OfQco of A. T, Ca'l Cnicuoo, I1L, Juno i, 1110. F. J. CAeney ft IH, Tof o. JeirrS. Utntlrntn. I taku rloaiunl In Infonnln- - TW1 gfl flgtei that I bao used Holla Catarrh Cum 'It luu curvd iiik I M Try bad and dont bevluto to of L'aUrrti If tokrn aay It will run any Youra truly, properly. INTERNAL CURE ""7 ! ' Iiolif III- Arr tlreeacatlle. .. Crawhrdiillle., " Uf.jelte " Chiracs - 1Un IMu pw 4l vi a m I II am i II pni I I 11 aia pat HH SO 8twit a rn J, $W'L ','St 11 ft i- B.Mnour.Jackcn, Mlch.,wrlle Ilaro luvl rauurh for M year. Ilali' Catarrh Cure cured . niA'tJonaldwHworthtiaOOnliottie, by all imintiata at 5Sm rW. rjr lyittlrt. XimifactnreVl act imblbr K JCU12KY At CO, tola lTwiotora, TOIXIX), OHIO. tty-rW- .1 TVOBTII 810 A IIOTTLK. VrtiTittafoao. THK GREAT HI Adamaatreet, r. J. cnr.NET, Toledo, Ohio. 191-l- Through Trunk Line For aal In Stanford by Peony A McAUiter. CARTER'S! Afflicted, Attention DR. G ANN'S REMEDIES! well-nig- ico-raf- ts o when tho most scientific school of medicine in tho world that of Puris published this recipo as a panacea for small-poit passed unheeded. It is as unfailing as fate, and conquers in every instance. It is harmless when taken by a uoll tterson. It will also euro scarlet Hero is tlio recipo as I havo used fovor. it, ond cured my children of scarlet fever ; hero it is as I havo used it to euro ; when learned physicianb tho small-posaid tho patient must dio, it cured: of zinc, ono grain ; foxglovo (digitalis), ono grain ; half a tenspoouful of sugar; mix with two of water. When thoroughly mixed, add fonr ounces of water. Tuko n spoonful r every hour. Either disease will in twelve hours. For a child, smaller doses, according to age. If counties would compel their physicians to mo this there would lo no need of If you valtio odvico and oxpcricuco, umj thia for Unit terrible disease." Sul-pba- to disap-(H?niKt-housc- x, J PIUS. l Us. FOB THK MILLION. MANUFACTUUCD BY W. f. OAMN, M. l Wlt&tHit Change MONTICELLO. KY. and with Sput1 UnrhiW ROUTE 6tdc Headache and rtllere alt tho trouble Inct- drat to ft bilious auto of the ayatun, each DU- Ineea, Kanaea, Drovrahtas, uirraa aner raiinr, fain In tho Bide, Ae. Whilo tbrlr moat remark- tblo iuccch hxibcen shown tn curlnj CUBE P Ed oP u Sera 3 Tb worM la filled with th wondtrful, beautiful and Intricate Intention ol man, yet all th er combined Ulent and genius that th world has known baa neeer produced anything that can compare wtth Uanu'a Itemedles.'' Medical AND SHORTEST QUICKEST raost iocrsTtu.1 to tk 3 CD(g lloidflfhcyrt Cart rr'aLlttloLlTcrrillaaro equally thlaannoylngcomplalat.tthlla they alao correct all disorder a of tho atomach, stimulate the lirer andniilatethsbontU. KtcoU they only curvd. valuable) In Conailpjllon, enriojf and prerentinr SICK yet, tailed to dlKOf.r any thing cioal to theut, fur th curs of lb dlaAs their eaaea for which lby ar recommended. tlrlue and utra are pralied by tbouaanda throughout tb length and breadth ul th land, andaa Hlandard Faullr Medicines, thty cannot b ar fully auUtantlated by th atrong-e- at aklllaudaclenrhaie,a lr. SOUTH & WEST Little llock, Maatgomerj, Jackaonrllle, Motile, and Itttaat PULIHAH CARS Natbfllt, W ckaB AllDUI?taet UritftDBe to ManpMt, g Og For Cuugha, Colda, Croup, llroochltls, lija.uiup- tion ana au uiseaaeaa oi in i nruat aua toatlmonlala. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In r,Uca Cara Without Chttt: SHORT LINETO THE EAST Froaa Loularlllela Palace Carswllbntcbang.' lino Dr. Ohhii'h CoiikIi HyrHp. Indlgeallon JaunFor LI rrr Com plaint, dice, Cooatlpatlun, rkiur btouiatb and all Jtllloua Acho lhry wouM bealmott prlcclru to thoao who auircrrromthladUtreMlne complaint; but fortunately their goodneaa doea not cud hire, and tboao who once try them will find tbcao llulu j.llla many ways that they will not bowulliux to Uo without them. Ilutafltr all ilck HEAD ACHE wrtr i'uis -- ryila. srg d IHaeaaea, CUPDfllJTC8seklng LirHUnHrl lO line ol receive apcclat Acer win. (l 8e lownt, Agents of thla Company home on th thla toad will for O O ffS 2 sCD - Uho Dr. tUHitit'M LUvr - urc. C.P.A.l0litG. Lnulevlfl. tale, route P.A.T.A. For Ilheumatlim, Kcuralgla, fpralna, Ilrklaea and ctwcllingaaiieiUrnal application for tuan or Uaat t. 0. bcJ Vho Dr. tQuiiii'n- I.lnlmuiit. hero Is thebace of so tnasy Urea thatUl4 Is where we euro It while mako our crcat boait. Our II fOIH HUIIJKCT.'I VV Wlil'lr tTW.V. Don't set up any subjects f dispute in your house. From froqueut dispute thero is such a growth ot angry words, mortified vanity and the like, that tho original subject of difference becomes a standing subject for quarrel, and theio it a tendency in all minor disputes to drift down to it. If peoplo wish to live well together, they must not hold too much to logic, and supjioso that everything is to bo settled by sufficient reason. Dr. Johnson saw this clearly with regard to married peoplo, when ho said : "Wretched would bo tho pair, abovo all names of wretchedness, who should be doomed to adjust by reason, every morning, all the minute detail of tho doniostio day," - Rut tho application should bo much moro general than ho mado it. Thero is no timo for such reasonings, and nothing that is worth 'then). And, when wo recollect as splendid and torriblo beyond descriphow two lawyers or two politicians can Vtrj Low Rate. tion. Bomotimcs tho wall sleeps whiU go on contending, and that thero is no DuuiNO the continuance of the Southand still in its everlasting fetters of frost. end to reasoning on any snb ern Expedition, at Louisville, Kr., (comOr a little wind will come, and whkk ject, wo shall not bo suro that such convast clouda'of snow dust down from the mencing Auguat lit, and continuing 100 tention is tlio best mode of nrriWug nt Rail Ice cliffa. Anon tho silonco will bo bro- dajs), the Louisville A Nashville (ruth. Rut certainly it Is not the way road will sell Eicurdon Ticket from any ke by a dcafeuiag crash. A hill of ice of its stations to LouUvllle at one fare for to arrive at good temper. Vfoaks off from the glacier and tumbles the rouud trip. Tbeaa Tickets will he on ierte the ocean, eauskig tho sea to "boil Wuks a Boston mnn invites yon to sale every day, from L. A N. stations and dinner, and heads a postscript N, B., h like pet." Aa explorer in this part ol will bo good 15 dayt, allowing ample time the world ouco waked up in the to visit the Greatest Exposition ever held means "no beans." morning by a sailor, who gave him tho in the South, snd second only to the CenMomumksts. Parties desiring anr appal liag kforaatlon that tho fire had tennial at Pulladelplila. thing in the moouaieatar line will do well all geae out, and that " tho Mercury was to read the advertisement of Alfred White SrazErTALic "How much better jo whose busiest waaeatabUehed ia 1852 sad dear down to the ball." Their ooBbo in the eeWe pot was frown hard as t look, Mm. I" "Ye, I have galaed 32 la still located at the old stand Not. 255 steae. Their biottHs were liko so luauy IKiund en Hall's Catarrh Cure. Hare not sad 257. W. 6th St. Cincinnati. 0. Mr. leaden ballets. It was a thrilling mo-- felt so well ia SO ytttt. It has laade a While Is at present la Europe purchasing iswat. After wuck tribulation they I complete cure sad U worth $50 a bottle to largely la hi Use of imported Scotch ami Italian work. ksaaafea to start a tiro. Even worn) J "y one that has the catarrh." A ice-watone-shie- d snow-hous- other do not. carter a XJllia 2S2rdE0 p go o & cd KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. --THE MOST DE4IUAHLEUOUTK TO- -, Fur rilea, Hrmorrholda, llurpt, Flatula and all dollar dlHaaea, nrrn C1 d5 c-- t- IIo Dr. OaiiH'ri l'llc Olnlincul. ct For Freah Cut. Ilurnt, Ulcers and Old Horra, aro YCTyeroaiiana iiiia maaea aoao. by ituszMU vTuywbue, or sent by mall. Uafortl. bail who line Dr. Ohiiu'h Ulilor-NtrvOIlllUll'lll. Uhc Dr. Oaiiii'rT.Stomach HUicrH A IUIIable Tonic, And drtldedly the Popular Koute, anordlnt, aa II doe, leaa change and superior accoiauodaUona to tJIlVCIlVlATI! Hiisouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, CAKTEU MEDICINE CO., Now York. TAKE THE- - Pj R. W. c- - -- - OHIO & MISSISSIPPI rxia Til a ct SS: 00 r P CD l i pL. S3 C30" East, West and North raoM Xo-ULlsxrllle X C" T- - O Zi ZM H Ul f.v 1'urlller, TbtKorlb, Norlhweataud WeaL Ia fact, If you In Indlgntlon, Lifer conteinolat a trip by any dlmllou, jour lntereal and alio cure purthaalng year ticket tla (!uuplalnt. Malaria! Ferer and all peelodlcal will be Uetarrred K.C.aad Cincinnati, l'ulluiau Palace Cats; EleIllaeaar. Manufacturrd aud lur aal by gant New Day Cbachca, and hindaomly furnish, ed Kecllnlug Cbalr lira lorut tho unequaled JVC. 3C. OjrVaCTJN-equlpmenuof thla Old Kellablt, thertby making thla tins Hum proprietor. Mtwtlcallo, Ky, "All orders atrip orarTry It. on ol lusurlouaoouilbrtand pleaiure. tt by null will recelra piouipt itteullon, TIMK TABLE, IN EFFECT JULY . IMS. Aillr Ijirl, and llluod W. D HOVTU. Mo. X. I Wo. L I Ko. g, Lre. Oorlngtoa... ! i O - Kentucky's Koulo Eiist i Cjnlblaua.v Falmouth. IDOpu 2rp rUnS lO Hour 2ITaJH ThaJ.Up. ra. Kiprea LOUISVILLE to tb Eatt and tb North. Free farlor Cars to Clncluaatl and I'alaca Bleeplnz Can to Cincinnati- - Waibloi-to- n, lialtlniore, rhlladelphla and Nv York.wlth-ou- t change. 3TtiMlm l'arla. T Parte ... u.m. II la a Lexington.. II IS p t u uf ISlpu upm It P a nil... and Northweatand Uouthwaat, with ralae Can on nlf bt train, LouUrlll to HL Louli. wM3.from ST.LOUIa u ttWet, tileepUg Ppp P P CD B CD L-- h I VJ Washington, PhiladelphiaN.Y. Tb ooly Hue ruoolog B). (It p m pP 40 TOO pv IHpB 7 S IS p J 10 p PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING 0ABS II Arr. flUSTU, il IWI1 No. I. It IS a in p iu TOJSJ51 ''ou MUIaVILLK INUIANAftJLM.t-JU-CAUOan- -- z to 3J tb North, with Day Coacbra and Chair Car through without cbanp. -- 3 "scrp Pebb- A SofixXTTBArN raoM 10 10 put IS OS put pm II SO p m Wo. I. I Xo. IS, On S3 40 pm Is pBI 15pm 0 pm Pfe, LeiiUvlllc, CJlHCllI Mftt 1 HUtl I.CX iHKtUaa, UY BtsalurdJun Lt. Laocaater " " Arr. lilchuond. . Winchester, I'arla-....- ;. (dally) from Loularlll hu I'alacableaplDgCaia from Loultrlll to New York without change, arrlrlog at Washington 2.J0 P. m.next day-H- ours IOOK AT THIS WASHINGTON CITY. ConuKtlng In same depot with Le, Waiilll.... lor tut train Air l'arla... Lto. Islington t Mllleraburg iaruiia...... .. . tn S IS put S lu a iu 1 oo pm 7 S3 a ru 1 M pm S lUio Jluipn Us u 20 pm t SO a 7 Illiin au 10 I ospia IKpa SJpai Ahead of All Competitor, In adrsnea ol olbar line. Ihareby securing war tlia for making change ol cara aud getting first choke of seats lu car of connecting line. Inadranosof other Una to IadlanapolU and Chicago and tb only llutgirlng IU patron a 12- bum no along in Korea ot Lai aiienigau. for tlckta, nUa, llius, ma?, Ac, apply to Tliket Agtnta ol rounecllog Una or addrna U. J. VKO WN, Uouthern 1'aatMger AfL, H. H. Cor. r ourtu A fUtn sta., Loulsrlll. W. V. 8H ATTUC, W. W. PEABOD Y, Uau'J Uanager. UeaWraasMfar Alt m bats Ihrougb Day no uldulaht cbanaea. Enilrranta and Home-Swik- CoMbo Arrli at on all trains. Hare ML Loula 2 hours vis the O.AM. B'y The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, l'aila. " Cynthlan... " Kanaouth,. au arr. uoimgion It Oaui .., TStaui I SO a 7 S u G3 IV 01 toa u 1 IS soa lu I IS u IM in S IS pm, pm Pm pm h o fqg 2 . Q S3 ti-- o 5 CJ - All Virginia and North Carolina Point. a For tickets snd lurtber Information, apply to your pcareat ticket office, Or addrea No. vo Lr. Lax. SOd a in, Arr. Maya till M Na IS Lr, Majatlll 8 10 a m, Arr, Lex. S SO a w No. IT Lt. ljtx. B IS p ui. Arr. Maysrllla I M p w No. its Lt. Majatlll. I 00 p iu, Arr. Lsx. 4 00 p m No. g Lt. Cot. S 10 p in. An. Falmout b T No. fl Lt. Falmouth a IS s ui. Air. Cot. S 10 a u Noa. Sand 4 dally Litwtea Klchmoud, Laxlogtou and CvrlugUin; all others dally exoept e)uaiy, ta pu It) p u p ia -- WMMWI an pu UuduMtl. 7 M CD r--j W (JQ rs t3 J. O. HILL, rasWDfar Afost, UUnos.Kj, 310 W O, W.NM1TH, M. W. rVLLCN.. tisa'l Ms uau'l I'asa-- f bttead, Y Ag-t- . khnnt. jani:n WeaUrn Aleut, U.ul. MalU ft Lvulatllle, Speolal Rates to EaaigrAHts, Unite , For llckels, rates and Information pertaining la Ai.. A.nul1iti. w.(, ..lIIa.i n mikAmm VH w. WW.TV W. St. McJsOBKKTtl, ri w Bvunvu Hu per In tend sot. ONlitelTrlVl. n tttaafcrd, tty, r vurttiAj Aoxar,