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Semi-weekly interior journal: October 2, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883100201_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: October 2, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Stmt - Veekln Jtitfftu VOLUME tmi-MctX.-NUMBER mtfmd. 1883. 510. A STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, Muting. Tho Jury NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 180 Inltrifirloumal .Editor and Proprietor Lahiitte Stttm. S. H Barrett & W.P. HfALTOM, Tho CrnJrnZ Methoilirt says: "Wo "Do you liko applo pic?" Tho soft, tigh'ng wind of a dreamy, regard tho jury system as subject to and evening in June was kissing the flu fly mass of golden hair that surmounted Kthlyn McNulty'a perfoctly-shap- od head, and as she looked trustingly up into the face of tho one man in all the Co'i Hew United Railroad Show. Montter Tho above-name- d united World's J'Hblfairil Til rait ay ami! Itlilttyi, na.no iviaii -- annum. wide, wido world to whom iiad been nemlnxllone net ot.r three ewnlt. given tho priceless .treasure of her girl BT love, Goorgo W. isb, aummcr-roior- t W Spirit ot tho PfH. tho balm of Iter dough Air. John Simpson, felt Monday The genial breath on his lips and know that, Cults got out the first uumltcr of life nut conio weal or como woo, Do mo uay paper, the llugle, today. Ho has just with tlie golden sunshine of fitted up an elegant offiee ia the rear radiant Fortuno or darkoaed by tho gaunt, room ol Mr. Codwhollopper's of Despair, thcro would .lolin !i a whole souled fellow haggard figure always Iks ono heart that leat for him and a rlaiag young journalist. We alone, ono soul to which ho could raako with him siiceem. Thore li room fast tho storm tossed bark of his hopes, enough for two papers In Uulgovillo and go ashore on tho wildest kind of a We believe in live and let live. John, hurrah, secure in the conciousness that " here is our his return the old scow would lie Tuesday The editor of tlio llugle upon the dock. at aaya hie circulation i greater than It is to the man of tho world ono in the county. Mr. that of any paper spring-tir- ao who has pawed tho bock-bce- r Cults is mistaken. We leg to inform of life; who has seen tho bright him that the llcacon has more and Iwautlful visions of youth fado si here in the village than any lenity away Ik for o tho cold, biting in the wholo town-hip- . other paper base-rnen- rjaM don't nnd tUmpi In pejnienl of ante tflytUn. eieepiUmtilcetHariH. nnd then of da. hi thermomctcr-going-down-cellar-and-n- Wednesday Tho JlttgU mau claims thai his sheet is tho boat advertiiiug medium in tho county. JUeJSugh man is tooireab. We'll hot him 65 and we can put up tho monoy too that the Jleaeon has more regular subscriber in Uulgovillo than he has in the whole county. Now, Mr. Hugh, put up or shut up. Thursday The so called oJitor of , published around the little in the alloy, says his circulation has doubled in two days. Well, it only took one subscriber to do that. The Toot-horman oucht to know that thn folks here can seo through his thin claims. Toot-hornn wintcr-panls-i- n e blasts of ad-vc- rso fate, and in whose nature cyni cism has usurped tho place of trustful ness that the pure and holy lovo of a woman about whose cold feet he knows nothing, comes with a force that has something almost terrible in its intens ity. To George W. Simpson, who bad so long looked upon love as an figment idyllic dream tho of a disordered imagination the fact of his deep aflcclion fur Kthlyn Mc roso-colore- Friday That pied handbill that cones sneaking out ot a bolo iu tho ground in the alley claims to do bettor job work than anybody in the county. The editor of the venal 7x0 hat more gall than a sago hen. Somobody er is ought to tell him the coming, just to see him dodgo in his underground den in the alley. Saturday When the uaeonsciona around ble liar who runs the hell-b- ox in the back alley says he has dono more job work this wek than the lieaeon has done ia a month, he knows he lies like a horse thief. Talk is cheap, but ii ho thinks he can blufl us out he's made a big mistake. The llaatm ia a fearleee and independent journal and aays what it means. We heard befuro Jack Cutu catno to Uulgeville that be waa a scoundrel who didn't know the truth from a hole in the ground. Now we believe it. idiot, if There, you long finger-naileyou want any mora truck with us, sail Chicago News. in. fool-killd Items. orchard grass k to be sown this fall, it should be dono at ouce so that the plant will get a good stand before winter. While young it is apt to be uprooted by frost, and if it cannot be sown early it is better to defer until Agricultural If 1. ' spring. Timothy seed should always be sown with wheat iu the fall, or if the wheat is put in early, a week or ten days later with the grass will be as wtJl. Spring sown timothy does not make so good a catch, and with a dry season will entirely fail. A.fter preparing wheat ground thoroughly, it is a good plan to roll it down once more to make the seed bed more compact. For wiuter grain the roller ii more important than the harrow or cultivator, which loosens rather than compacts the soil. There hi a great advantage in seeding pastures with different kinds of grass in order to make a perfect covering of the surface. If the grass is to be mewed, the seed should be limited to varieties that are ready for cutting at the same time, but for pasture this k not important. Amer. Cultivator. i It has beea discovered that the ad ditioa of a teaspoonful of borax to. each pint of starch used in starching shirti, lineti, dresses, etc., will rendor aauslin and all kind of fabrics, even the most gauzy aud inflammable text urea uniuilammable, to such an extent that they could not be made to take Dr. Ked fire and burn with a blaze. zle, of the state board of health, of Michigan, in an address remarked that If cotton dresses and underclothing of women and children were prepared by this slmpta method, many distressing accidents and frequent loss of life from the aeetdetital ignition of clothing, might be prevented. KdUon'i Eltctrlo Light ia a wonderful I'ala from indignation, dnnpnta and too diMOTwftbut not as wonderful aa Hall's hearlr citing ia relieved at ones by taking Catarrh Cure. For safety Veaay A Mo one of Carter' IJtllo Lifer I'll I immedl-atel- y Alfeisr. after dinner. Don't forget this. a porter house steak oasis in tho boarding-hous- e desert of his existence And when ho knew-wh- en tho ruby-relips had whispered shyly into his large, sumptuous car the words that told him his lovo was reciprocated so fully and completely that it looked as If the other side must certainly bo bluffing-h- e bad felt a calm, peaceful joy that lifted him abovo tho cold, cruel world with all itsliittcr disappointments and dispair and seated him, silent and alone, on hope. The of the shot-tow- er days sinco thoy had plighted their troth beneath the spreading branches of tho linden trees that lined tho pathway leading through tho lawn to Dis tress Warrant Castle had passed in hurry slow, St. Louis merchant-in-- a fashion that to George W. Simpson was simply agonizing; and now, ou the evening bsforo tho day on which his hopes wero to find glad fruition in wedded bliss, they had met again be neath the lindens to say once moro tho words that repetition only makes more sweet. Ere the last rays of auother setting suu shall again gild the eternal hill and such stray cows as happen to bo standing around, a casiockod priest shall make theso twain ono for life and George will be $20 loser. This last thought steals over him as ho stands there, Ethlyn's arms around his neck, and as it swashes mournfully around the precincts of his soul, his thoughts drift luck to the happy past when ho was a merry, light hearted boy with a sore toe. But suddenly the touch of a dam ask cheek against his own brings the roverio to a cloao. A pair of bright, sparkling eyes eyes that will soon be picking out bonnets at his oxpenao aro looking at him, and he fancies that in their depths he sees a tinge of mel ancboly, a lambent gleam of no caro- that goes to his very heart. "You aro sad, my darling," he says, pressing nercioseiy to tno mtusiup rib of his larboard sido. "Why look so sorrowful?" "Because," she ropliej, "youhavn't answered my question. I asked you if you liked apple pie." "Yes," he says, "I do. I am deeply enamored of pie in every shape." Hardly have tho words left his lips whea Ethlyn's head dropi, and presently her lithe form is shaken by a storm oi sobs. George is horror stricken. He has not felt such a shock since tho Whito Stockings wou the game. "Why do you weep, ray precious one?" he asks, bending tenderly ovor her. "Because," she answers him, hor voice husky with grief, "I can not make pie." "Is this true? Are you certain there ia no mistake?" "None, none," Kthlyn moaus, despairingly. "I can not cook at all." "Then," be says, raining a shower of kisses on tho upturned face, "you are more precious to me than ever. ' Chicago Tribune. d Nulty came as a rovelation directly to your doors, and added thereto, a far greater and purer circus than you have ever seen. No such collection of rare wild beasts and birds has over before been concentrated under canvas. Every continent has con trihutrdto its completeness, as every equestrian organization of the great Shrewd lawyeis under this rulo can foreign capitals and every leading always secure a jury of inferior mental gymnastic school of tho wholo world and moral power, and such variety of has furnished representatives, to comcharacter as to inauro either an acquit-a- l plete tho largest and most brilliant artistic circus over organized on this or a hung jury as a rulo. To mako a substitute for tho jury, continent, and one iu which each persystem is tho perplexing question. It former is a special star, nnd ono and is doubtful whether It would be better all simply incomparablo, while worlds to vest all tho questions triable by a of humorous folly and a varied pro An Indian girl, named Olivo Chew, Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden nnd Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofjury in tho court, as then ouo man crammo of astonishing animal acts eighteen ycaisofage, living on tho ing and Guttering will havo prompt attention. would have control of tho life and lib comnlcte an entertainment which is Tiiecarora reservation in Erie couuty, T- orty of every citizen. Can not the tho acmo of arenic achievement. Johnnton, N. Y., has recently gained her sight Aif system in Keutucky bo improved? a surgical operation performWiir.nna Youn Gimblet. Little through Tho State should havo tho right of Johnny Ycrcer has caused a breach ed by Dr. Kittinger, of Buffalo. She peremtory challenge equal to tho do- - between Gus DcSmith, an Austin so bad been blind from birth. While II.C. IlKiailT. I'.J.CUKRAN. ds fenso. A majority of cicty gentleman, and tho Yerger fam- yet tho knifo was being uicd, sho exmight find a verdict the diflcrence in ily. Gus called to mako a friendly claimed: I "Light! light! light! judgment being recorded to bo laid bo- - visit after Bupper, ho having previous can seel" In utter bewilderment she furo the Executivo on the question of ly informed Col. Yerger of tho intend gazed at her hands aud then at tboso pardon. Let tho trial proceed alone ed honor. Tho whole family and Gus about her, as though eho had been lor tho oflenso named in tho indict- wero in tho parlor, when Johnny riv- transformed into another world. Then Wliolcnalo ami Itctall Dealer In ment; let the punishment bo one and eted the attention of all present by sho was allowed to consult a mirror to not several in tho discretion of tho ju- asking Gus DeSmith: Sho seemed per seo how sho looked. ry, and let tho question of reasonablo "Havo you brought your gimblet fectly dumbfounded and stood in doubt apply to the wholo case and not with you?" speechless nstonishment looking at to individual facts prov 1 in tho caso. said Mrs. Yerger. herself, until for her own good she "Huah, Johnny," "Go to bed, sir," remarked Co). was forced to refrain from taxing her Stranger than fiction. Wo run two housos, carry tho Largest Stock ip. town; pay cash for eyes and have them bandaged. Morris Mostcl arrived in Dallas, Yerger. "What do you mean, Johnny," landTexas, in search of his wife. Ho Carolina girl bad her hand our goods, which onablcs us to soil you olosor than any ono. All we A North ed in Now York seven years ago, asked Gus. BBIGHT & CUItllAW. completely severed from tho arm by ask is a trial. "I don't mean nuffin'; except I an ax. The phisician, not being iu a nnd married Miss Margaret Weber, a uative of his own fatherland. Two heard pa say you were coming up this condition to amputate the arm above Texas Sittdays after tho marriage ho started for evening to bore us all. the wrist, replaced the hand, secured town to buy household furniture, ings. up it with silver stitches and adhesive and before he reached tho placo in A Chinese restaurant has been es- plaster, and, having bound both arm which ho intended to buy, he fell in tablished in Paris. Somo of the deli and hand to a board splint, ordered IPHARMACtSTS with two fellows and took a drink cacios aro thns described: "The birds' them to bo kept warm with hot flansoup is nel cloth. The third day pulsation with them. He remembered nothing nests from which tho Drugs, Books, Stationery of his subsequent acquaintance with made are built by a species of swallow could be plainly felt in tho hand, and Fanoy Artiolos. tho two men, and the day after meet which abounds on tho coast of Java, which had also changed its color. Says sHsse,-c-- Y A riijijcUni' pr citptlom accurately totnpon tdil him- Ceylon and Borneo and practically iug them ho was surprised to find Alio tho physican in charge: "I removed self iu a vessel bound for Cardiff. On consists of a gelatinous substanco ob tho sutures on the fourteenth day, and I JKU'KI.KKSH arriving thero ho went to tho German taiaed from marine plants. The nests aftorward she carried the hand in a o to aro boiled either in chicken broth or alinir. aud is now threo months after Trada Mark. Consul, who compelled him SssjaEegUttrel. Largest: 'lock of Watches, Berliu, where he was drafted into tho in milk, with almonds. The result the accident ablo to extend the fin Clods, Jewelry ii Mhcruart German army, in which he served for very much resembles vermicelli soup, gers and grasp with nearly the usual Eor brought to thUmirket. rrlret Lover thin threo years and three months in a cav but is more costly. Tho Chinese tho Luwc.t.1 Watcbet, Clurki nnd Jewelry Ue strength. palrol on thort notice ntl.Warif.ntc &. also offers his customers ulry brigade. Hedeaertod at tho first Like Unto Samuku Only a few opportunity, and sailed for America, smoked sharks' fins, dried cuttlo fish months ago Judge Black said to one landing in Now Orleans about four and salted rats, but whether he will of his friends: "When I am trono I years alter bis disappearance. Ho mako a living by tho salo of such want you to bo ablo to say of mo as could find no traco of his wife, who toothsome daintios as these to tho Parwas said of Samuel when he left tho had not answered any of his letters. isians ia more thau doubtful." judgeship, the record of which runs After searching through the United A certain colored preacher, not long thus: 'Whoso ox havo I taken? States and Canada, bo finally heard since, undertook to describo the utter or whoso ass havo I taken? or whom that she was, id Sau Antonio. When and unapproachable sinfulness of the I oppressed? or of whoso hands ho reached Dallas bo got a letter from best men in the world, and in doing hare have I received any bribe to blind Nice of Horses and Fine Turnouts. Rates rea- her, saying that, in despair of hearing this ho had recourso to tho following mine eyes therewith? and I will restore sonuble. from him, she had marriod ono Ed- vigorous language: "Bredderin an it you. And they said, Thou hast not ward Kronan, whom, however, she sistcrn, ef all de waters what am under defrauded us, nor oppressed us, neithwould abandou if Mostel would como do furmament and ou de top of do er hast thou taken aught of any man's for her. Tho wanderer has reclaimed furmament was changed in de twinkhand.' " Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest marketlprice. I alio deal in bis wife. . ling ob an eye inter de brackeet ob ink, The result of experiments extendModem Sunday Serrices. an' de skies was ter be changed inter ing through a period of two months, 1. Fifteen minutes letter paper, an ebory blado ob grass on tho influence of the electrio light And can supply it in any quantity. prelude on tho organ. a pen, an et all ue loins wno lias eoer ou tho growth of plants, has been re NUNNEra-EY- , 2. Short innovation, complimentlibbed was ter write day an' night ported to tho Royal Society of Lon ary to the Deity, aud lenient with tho million times older dan don. was a It is shown that plants do not audience. Methusalem, doy Wouldn't hab time, require any rest during the twenty-fou- r 's 3. Solectionsfrom Moody and nor ink, nor pens, nor paper ouufl ter hours, but that their growth may be hymn book. writo up de sinfulness of do best man quickened by giving them the benefit 4. Reading of tho notices. iu de bull world, ah." of the electrio light at night. A light 6. Fifteen minute sermons on "The My son, you may invent a uuw elec- equal to 1,000 candles, at a distance of scientific and prehis- tric light, you may improve tho tele G Lost Atlantis' or 7 feet from tho growing plants, toric. Fortified by tradition, scientific pho'ne until it can be talked to, you appeared to bo equal in effect to averresearch, and arguments from fauna may write a dozen successful books, age daylight at this season of the year. and flora from tho Eastern and West- you may save a sinking State, you A Maino paper tells about little ern Continents. Mild religious appli- may make your namo famous, your who, though naughty, was cation house great and your memory blessed, G, Treacher announces for self very nice aud clever. Being accused and tho you will not have as big a of telling a fib sho at first doniod the throe weeks for summer vacation. funeral as Tom Thumb, who never charge, and afterward said by way of 7. Singing of popular reglious airs. did any thing in his life, except to grow extenuation: "Well, suppose I did lie; 8. Benediotion. leas in fifty years than most boys do everybody lies but God and George 0. Dinner. in ton. And ho only did that because Washington." Josephine was asked 10. Nap. if she had said her prayers. She rehe could not help it. 11. Bcieatifio uovel. New York plied: "No; I have to take medicino, The largest graia elevator iu tho and that is enough without saying my Graphic. world is at Jersey City, erected by the prayers.' The potato crop, nearly all over tho Pennsylvania Railway Company. It PILESt PILES! PILES! country, is roported to be unusually is 115 feet wide, 200 feat long aud has fine. In Eastern Pennsylvania somo Or. Jleintno' .Vein t)leuvrrit far a capacity of storing 1,500,000 bush l'lle 1. raJIca tbaoi rroiu tho old reincJIca phenomenal yields are reported. Ia ela of grain. The building has 24 sets hentorort la um. Tho DUtottrr la tha mult ol Bucks county, many fields produce of elevating apparatus for taking jMraof patient itlentlSeatudy and Inmilfatlon Into laa chancier of thlt ptlnful dlwata. To 300 bushels and more per acre, of grain from cars and 4 "conveyors" run iou at ! gre.it ui.rlt, call on rrnnjr a Mc large, round, sound tubers, and the Stanford, or from the building to the wharf for un- Allatar, a aiiupU box W. M. WcbM, Ml. aud gt Iutdligtnccr speaks of a lot of four frr ol rbtrga. boats and loading Bhips. loading canal measured acres on which something Ulw Klcn Mac, orUroctou, 111., a her btr!uuu'aT:hopelcuconiuuiitlil bat Illiteracy has increased iu Maine, over two thousand bushels were Expectorant cured btr.'Ftr four this case, it would almost New Hampshire, Nevada, and Cali aula bollleaoflirowa'a grown. In i l'euar & McAlUler, BUnford, and W. U seem there is a typographical mistake. fornia, aad decreased ia Georgia, Mis- WtUr, VI. Vernon. In the Stats of New York, however, sissippi, North Carolina, Tennessee, AletauJtr l'luiuurr, of IUuouiB'M, In J., uy. potatoes are extensively injured by and Virginia within the past ten boiegirda Urown'a Expectorant I be Lett cough utwl. For aala br Itugr a reuoJr ha baa years. blight. Mcillrter, SlaubtJ, and W M.Wtbrr, HLYrruou cit-ze- several objections which wo will 1, It is unreasonable to expect twolvo men to agree in opinion as to complicated and doubtful testimony, hence wo often havo cither a hung jury or a compromise verdict, and if the latter, tho verdict is not tho judgment of all tho jury. 2. Tho timo lost In tho court while selecting a jury in criminal trial is not only a heavy expense to tho State, but it is an important part of tho term of tho court that is needed for business. 3. Tho best and tho most intelligent aro those as a general rulo who aro rejected by the defenso they having tho right in Kentucky to reject twenty jurors with out showing causo for tho rejection, wliilo tho Stato can reject only five. stale: Fair of living wonders, including tho most stupendous Mcnagerio, Caravan Museum and Circus ever organized, will mass its multitudo of amusements marvols at Stanford, on Saturday, October Cth. Not only is it entirely now, bright and brilliant, but also a massivo, solid, honest railroad show, owning Its own splondid outfit of cars, bringing savage Nature, in all tho ma jestic illustrations ot her living lessons, A Freak ot Lightning. In 1853 lightning struck tho Lock- port Congregational church ono Sun day morning during sorvico, killed one of the singers in the choir and so verely shocked others. Ono of them, Miss May Place, was atruck insensible and was ill for' many months after, Block, KyM during which she had severe pains in Opora her side. A singular thing about the DIZAIIiMtM IN stiokc, in hercaso, was the fact that DrilgH, Wall Pnpcr. IVIhch, Miihlcal CllCBllOHlH, ItoekM, IiiNirHmpHtN, iiimierH, a long gold watch chain and locket ClEHTH. l'ainlH, MlHUeHcry, which sho wore at tho time, totally OIlM, HoapH, Tobacco. Ciilltory, JianipH, 1'crfHiHcry, disappeared, except somo small fused I'lro AriMH, MachtHc lYCCtllCH. pieces of locket and particles of glass. Oar Jewelry, Silverware, and Optical Uooils Department Ii In Charge of Cel. On her side a bright red mark, simi- inos. mciinrus, who ttiii ucpair nmencs ami hocks rrompur ana in tno best lar in size to tho locket and chain was style. About two years ago Miss found. now Mrs. Nesmith, discovered Place, a long, narrow protuberance upon her left arm. This was not painful at nil, but seemed to bo hard Iu tho centre. Tho swelling later becamo much larger and woraed down upon the arm. nnAi.r.u in Tho result is that now, thirty years after tho occurrence, it is discovered Hardware, Homo Nhecn, CJroccrlcH, HatfdlcH, IVhIIh, QncciiHware, llnguy WliipH, Iron, that tho gold chain, threo feet long, RKgy Wheels Nlovos, Cano MIIIh, Maracm, mysteriously spirited away 'by light' NpokcH, OratcH, Cider MIIIh, I.ap Cavern, ning, is plainly to be seen embedded in Ntoiiovfarc. It I ins, Corn Slicllcrx, Collars, her right arm close to the skin. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Houso Stanford, W. H. HIGGINS, ji.fi -- " two-tHr- BRIGHT & CURRAN. HARDWARE, GROCERIES AND Fmy A MsAItate tq-g- .Uvevyi 89I0 i Foetf SITIiLIBILIJSI! .AJSTID lot HARNESS SHOP. 100.000 POUNDS WOOI. CO AI! A. T. semi-operati- c Stanford, Ky. San-key- 500 PAIRS Joco-pbin- Ladies', Misses and Children Fine aiuMo dium Grade Those aro Fresh Fall Goods and Parties Wanting coo-ti- SCHOOL SHOES I BRUCE, WARREN & CO; aa-- plijd-tlanasa- Should Govern Thomsolvos Accordingly. er Ttwwky Mftrnlnf , IT. ft- - WALT9N. October 2, 1883 . - EBIT0R 7Vmr Iim n corrwponileHt nho seems to Iw resurrecting nml rnvntripiiig nil Ilia Urnl Iirto liecn old jokrs nml ntorre told on local politicmns fur the Ifwt century. Ono of hh Jasl juifilicntinna ia taken from the Smuhy Argn ol several year, ago, ami was written ljr Col. E, Polk Johnson, then Its editor, Tub Newt Journal says: Tho demo-cral- s of Ohio need havo no fears about from an actual oceurrenco which wo related to him. The truo version is tho result in this county. It will give as follow.: Qen." Williams was (top- an overwhelming majority for tho Iven-tiwky Tun Philmklphin Thk OouricrJournd got 123 refjrw to ita circular sent to the members of the Homo aeking their standing on the tariff question ami their first and second choice for Speaker. Of the number 85 aro outspoken for a revision, 0 aro against and 29 aro .11 express themselves for Car lisle, 1.1 for Cox, 11 lor Randall and two for Springer. Thirteen are for Carlisle second and 1 for Cox. Under the most favorable circumstances tho C;J, thinks that Randall can get but 71 vote!, whilo it is confident Carlisle will go into tho caucus with 110, 25 moro than enough to nominate Randall is practically out of the raco except as a republican favorite. l, . ii N It n i ping at tho Myers IIoue, SUnloril, democratic elato ticket and send a solbefore his first election as U. 8. Sena id democratic delegation to the legitor, and had invited a party to hi slature The failuro ol tho candidates room to partake of some liquid mi the lcnl ticket to publicly repudiHe had imbibed pretty ate that nasty little ttnilor, Johnny liberally himself, when Capt. Tom McLean, may cost them their election. Richards, who was bugler in his regi- Wo believe, however, that they will ment during the late unpleasantness, all pull through. Urewster will cer having conceived the happy idea ot tainly beat Young for au serenading his old commander, nrriv ditor. cd in front of the hotel with tho band. Tub acquittal of Frank James is Thinking to awaken tho memory of having its effect. He has temporarithe General, ho sounded tho call for ly retired from his former avocation "boots and saddles' and repeated it ot and murder, but his over and again, but instead of it awa spirit goes marching on. Tho Atchis kening memories, the old warrior, who on, Topeka & Santa Fs R. R. was athad been kept in ignoranco of tho tacked by dozen robbers at 2 A. M , a compliment to him, turned to Colonel who killed the engineer, and wounded W. and asked, "What stage la that the fireman and but for tho bravo fight this timo of night and what in tho h- -1 of tho express messenger, would havo makes tho driver toot so much?" The secured a largo Itooty. As it was they Colonel politely informed him who got nothings the tooter was and suggested that the Considerable difficulty is found in party expected a speech from him. tho attempt to readjust tho space in "II-l- " said the General and straighttho National House, so as to inlroduo ening himself up he marched to the moro desks and the into it thirty-twdoor overlooking the crowd and com samo number of additional chairs, menced, his voice trembling with made necessary by tho increase of seeming emotion. "I knew that buglo members under tho call tho instant I heard it, and tho bill. Tho room is being generally memories of the past camo crowding d and a new carpet, requirto my mind. Often have I heard it yards,ts to put down for the ing 1,100 calling tho old First Kentucky to tobacco chewcra to spit on. fields of carnage or cxultingly sound- dirty ing tho notes of victory. Cheers.' 1 Gov. Knott has appointed Dr. R. would have known it oven had I heard C. Chenault Superintendent of the it in the" pathless wilds of the West Lunatic Asylum in the place of Dr. for no man under the sun can evoke Bullock, removed. Dr. Chenault forsuch sweet notes from a buglo as can merly filled tho position with credit, dear old Tom Richards, tho bravest which is moro than be said of tho reand the best man that over went to tiring Superintendent, under whose battle." Long and loud cheers fol- administration a number of scandals lowed this and the effect was electri- have occurred. cal, till Col. W., unablo to keep tho Tin: IUilrnad Commission has act true inwardness of tho business long- ed wisely in reducing tho assessment of er rolatcd and vouched for its correct- railroad property in the State. Tho ness, though ho has never succeeded total this year is $31,378,371, which in making tho Capt. believo that the is about three, and ono third millions General could thus dissemble. A less than lost year. The Knoxvillo shrewder politician or a keener dema- - Branch U nssessed at $1,927,298 and l!6i!Ue than Gen. Williams would Iks the C. S. R. R. at $C,027,942. hard to stir up, and if his ways are Since September 15, the tar&. his tricks aro never vain, una Department has issued 102,005,000 of them, and it never fails tn lake, is This to get with some acquaiutanco and new two cent postage stamps. sounds large, hut if every man, woman walk around a town. This is not for the purpose of being introduced but and child in tho United States wero to to get hia friend to tell him before write and send two letters today, thero reaching a crowd, "who is that fellow wouldn't be a singlo stamp left. with tho beaver on?" "Tho old chap The New York Sun finds much with the spectacles?" "Or the young difficulty in convincing its average rooster with the moustache?' Then reader that tho Hoi man it is booming ho goes up to each, calls him by for President is not the maker of the natno, says something pleasant and liver pads, so much advertised. it tickles the average man to death to No man has enough and no matter think that tho General remember? how much he has he always wants a him so well. This kind of dealing little more, but the old proverb says, has mado tho. General exceedingly "He'll have enough ono day, when popular with the masses, who are un his mouth is full of mould." ble to see through the business, and The press of Now England, tho ho will always be a hard man to beat claims that he is as good as cho homo of protected industries, aro alHe sen as his own successor in the Senate most unanimous in favor of tho rebut tho prospects are that he will have duction of the tariff to a strictly rev no "walk over" even if his ambition enue standard. is realized. A parcel of land in London recently sold for a price which would have A youth named Closes, 19 years oi age and weighing 85 pounds, was mar made an acre cost $3,300,000. ried in New fork lost week tn Miss MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Blanch Grey, 10 years old and of 610 Snow fell Friday at St. Paul and thro' Miss Grey was one Northern Wisconsin and Michigan. pounds weight. of the Bowery Museum wonders and The reduction of the public debt for the ceromony oceuriug on the stage of September will be about $15,000,000. During the first 10 days of the Louisthe building in which she was on ox- -' hibition, a crushing multitude witness- ville Exposition 312,000 pay persons entered the ground. ed it. The happy pair should bo phoThe planing mill or J. M. Wakefield tographed to show tho wonderful and a belonging to the L. A N effect of "before and after taking." burned at Frankfort Saturday night. Loss Phil Tuomwon is at homo, and, it $10,000. Maggie Wells and Flora Garrett, wo-- f is said, is looking after his fences with men of the town, were murdered at Shela view to running for Congress again by vllle, Ind., and the house burned with next year. We hardly think ho will their bodies. An engine set fire to the yard fence o do so, however, as we have bettor opialoa of his judgment. Tucro aro 'Mr. Daniel Payne near Lexington, which no frightened her that he fell dead. She too many as good timber iu this district win a victim of heart disease. to givo him a perpetual Icaso ou u An explosion yesterday at the CaliforBeat in Congress and tkey aro men nia s at Siege's Station resultwho never killed their man besides. ed tn the death and horrible mangling of Well-Aorta train-robbino over-haulePost-office toll-hom- e Mwdcr-work- Peter DonliecWr and August Finlc quarreled at anil Fink was ptMfod Into the canal nml ilrowaexl, Two negroes, Him Hammond and Jim Mulr, were thrown from n hone, near IUrttown, ami a pistol In MnItV pocket exploding, nhot Hammond In the lreal, Instant! killing Mm. Thre negroes were hung In Virginia am! one In (Itorgta, Friday, and according to their Morten four little Angel wero added (o the hcavenl host. The; wero all charged with murder. The Noremher Supreme Court rrsuruc 1 a week from Monday. There are G! rasm on the docket, hleli accord, ing to (he arerage of former Tara, rente-eenthree year' work. Col. O forge Kntpir, senior editor of St. Louis ityuoiVan, tiled on the 18th init., on board the steamer Portland, en route from Kurope to New York. Ilia remain were burled ia 81. Louis, Sunday, King Alfonso wa met upon hli arrl tm! In Pari by President Gravy and the Cabinet Minister, but he waihamefiillf intuited by the people, who hooted him, and cried, "Djwn with the Uhlan King!" Their hostile demonstration it attributed In official quarter to Carllsla and other foreigner. The police made numerous ar- real during the King' progrexa through the streets, 11. Q. Dun A Cj. report the number of failure in the quarter closed at with liibilitle of $52,000,009, while for the same quarter of 18S2 they were on ly 1,300, with HabllitleW $18,000,000. For the fire I nine month of 183-- the failure reported number 0,110, a against 4,197 io the r.ime perioj laat year. The llabllllle for the first nine month of iho pmenlyear Cincl-MMtl- rlon ul 3, were $118,000,000, for 18S2. a again! $09,000,000 In n disgraceful row orer their father' estate of lent thtn Cipttln Satmirl linger idiot hia two brother, William and Tom, In the room ia which they were born, in the old homestead, ner Illue Lick Spring. K.T., mine two pistol and fired ten shot in all. Two other ialol, loaded, were found on the floor afier the ahootlng ceased. William waa iliot through Iho bowel, and Is dead. Tom waa atruck In the head, and I dying. Both Tom and Will bad killed hi man. Sam claim to They were all bare ahot In wealthy men. HT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Managed b John B. fish. Madam Humor has it, that a widower of our town takea unto hlmaelf a belter half soon. A little eon of James Jooe felt from a tree and broke hi arm just abore the wriat, ono day laat week. Now is the time to hunt wild grape. The Wood are just full of tbem, the largest and beet that erer grew. Don't you want to go grape hunting? Farmers are all busy sowing wheat since tl.e rain put the ground in a 6t con dition. Corn wi not injured o ranch a at first supposed by the frost. Tho Bishop cte haa been twice called and continued at this term of the London Court. The bit time It was ret for to day (Monday). The general opinion of the people here la that the caso will not bo tried at the present term. . Misaea Ella and LulaJoplin returned from Pari Saturday, accompanied by their ulster, Mrs. W. T. Brook. Mr. J. Hlewarl, of the K. C. Kailroad Is at the Neacomb House Mr. Ileitis Stewarl, ot Tolrdi', Ohio, in visiting her mother at Ibis place T.H. Millrr aud bride are ul M J Mil- - the name of a prosperous village situated on the line of the K C. It It about 10 milt north uf this place It contain about 100 inhabitant, haa 3 dry good store, 2 saw mills, one or two stare factories, Ac Tho town la laid ulTun the 4,000 acre Iract of land purchased by Hart & Co. from Oinway'a heir', and is destined to be quite a business place aa soon as the K. C. Railroad is finished There is alrrady a vast quantity uf timber of various kinds piled up alongside of the Railroad, Track laying on the K. C. Railroad haa got aa far down as Boone's Gap tun' nel. There it will be delayed for about three weeks, and by that time there will be nothing in the way until Dickey' woik are reached. At that place track laying will be delayed for about another two week. There is then nothing in the way to the end, or junction with the L. & N., Mr. Tabler having finished hia tunnel last week. He haa some dressing up to do, but that will be completed long before the track reaches his works. It I safe to pre dict that the trains will be running on this road by the 1st of December, lei'. llartaville i GEO. O.BARNES in ENGLAND a XMlA-TWi- forty Chinese out of a worklug force of 112. of New York had a One thousand people are down with karmoaioH convention and succeeded yellow fever in Ilerniojlllo, Mexico. Three iu BoaumtiBg a good ticket and dig. house out uf every four contain one or patcktsg their other business all in a moro case etch The thermometer rises Thk democrats day. From tho resent prosjccla that Btate can be safely counted for tho democracy ia 1884. Must wake President Arthur feeJ liko a sheef killing dog to know It that the Colored Convention at Lou. bville refuted to endorse his admiuis (ratten. to 100". A man named Kelly and Luretta Mungiv, a fascinating widow, whom) cob duct w:n not approved by the good people of IHIIaboro, Ky., were ao notified, and re fusing to heed the warning were visited at night by a mob, who tied tliew to tree and slave whip, gave them an ping, the lah befog laid the heaviest upon the win. fliauuATE, London, Sept. 1683 Dtarlntntort We are to leaye HIghgale,so dear to ua now, next Monday. Very charming baa thla visit to Reidsdale been, every day re veiling some delicate attention to our want, on the part of our dear brother Ja Tod and hi good wife. We had been try ing to pay for something for a week, In vain. Every avenue ha been closed by thoughtful love, and beside the where we have carle nlthed store-roollunche, the butcher and baker and milkman have had their orders and the circuit of love's ministry Is complete. And all this with no Uourlsh of hospitality, but leaving ua to discover it tcriatim, as our wants demanded. Nothing forgotten, however, in this quid, unostentatious beautiful week' entertainment. It reminds we very much , In a scarce of Joe Karris' load of time, and the graceful way he gave lt;about which I have to often preached and still keep on, whenever I teach men by illustration, God' geuerona way of giving. Verily, there I giving and giving, Dear James' good office are also bearing fruit in Scotland, where he la visiting how, for only thl morning come a letter from Glasgow, asking ua to begin a meeting there on the Cth of October, which we will do, If the LORD will, The aunexed band-bill- , or "dodger," aa they are technically termed at hoiut, will explain where wo are to begin next Sunday: "Gospel Hall, Sauthgate Road, Wood well-furbread-corn- THE XiOItn" Reidsdalk House, "I Green. Special service cownurifd by G, BRICK RESIDENCE far SALE O, Hwnes, the Kentucky MouHtahi Kvan- IN STANFORD, XT. geliH and hh daughter Mark, (who will sing); for eight days, commencing Sunday, loSVr tonal peltiMr nv hvnM anil lot mi Sept, 10, 16S3. Sunday, 11 and (1.30. FnmrrMt street whleh Is oreuflM by J. M Miles, Week day, 7.30. Hmyn book, "Songs fo flna In iKglten Jn, 1,181, stTerms reswin Me. for iwrlleaUrs writ Io ins Ilrrr, Kan or I Mil un iwvi. a. i.f lie, oumioru, T. and Solo." M'. H. ,.VIKHN.V, We had thought to return to "headquar ISIto.lrc t Harper, Kansas, ter" InShacklewell Lane, but a good sister Ilnrke, who ha a large house and large heart, and live between thl and Wood Crifnull,8TiTit.(- - A Va., ftunfor.1, Ky., Green, Insist on entertaining the entire Uleof wllh 'Tioupe." And thl with such vehemence Sc CO.. M. and kind urgency that wa could not resist, sn.t Jo1.t.era n( lrr (Ionia, Nnllniii, Ae, and an, praising the good LOUD for projvif, Mv, imi wain nirefli, ur. rum, viding in the place, and thanking the dear LOUIHVIT,lil:, - ICY. Udy for her generous proposal, we are to Ami tMlKHHlIt 'lnsAIIN tll'Hll AlllllNCHtrHt OrKHHt.HllHHSI lei her guesls from next Monday, when our PHHttplOll III brother James returns to Keldxlale Isn't It wonderful the way the LORD raise up A lutlalitaravaril will Imi ntl.l f.ir Inr.irniiilnn friend for it right along? iMdlnctn Hi Selection nl jfPS Paelnna ! " ivixiieion, rrirs. uariniiB It I not likely we shall return to thl Hall lihtneser) an.1 rernfery of our leea, whlfh nail, not arrouni lor mien our di.i stem in dear Highgale and so I will jot down a few three years n. 5 Now I'tilled lHoHwirr' Items of possible Interest before we leave. .. h. iint.ixfi jl The lovely circle of friend we know hem Itikaico, III will never be forgotten; and the open doors of the hopltable mansion where, for Je Orlcnlnl Clrrttw. hIIhii C'HrnvHn hmi! IlHlvorwil su' aake, we have been made so warmly llnnianpalhlc Physician, welcome, will always be associated with the mention of Highgale In the future. The DANVII.T.I?. K i:THCKY. Piper, the Green, the Ellises, the HarttlMrr. I Irmrai I! u olllrw op (Vnln.1 lelts, the To I, r on the list thai I ever Hat lUnk. Hnrcl. mirallon 1adlMtr p.of warm n I CI n growing, to make heaven with lis reunions rnl thIIJrin or a ol I II blighter heaven to us. Drawing room afternoon bible Aiding ! three or four time it week have been add- I to I tie Drill INII wrvicr slum w have e At Ka eulornfS". I. Ilurlrit .Kwl.. I alllsell been herr, .n.l grvst blrwlng ha attended on ids i, mm in the l littler ui them, tn chrmlmis. A Very pltarant kit ol V, OOTOItP.-O, 'SU collateral serine ha beni opei.el up for us A Tr.tl i.f MdJ cmiI.IoIiw sloul ' ACKKi. In tho city, wheie, Ilirt ujh the kind men halj jin. I. thnali.l iHllsimiJ munlr. Kt ,oo. l.aiHs.ieran.4 lliw luniUe 1 ni'M ! North-ealinn of llmtlier Allen, of lliflney, we i.t lnmle lenoa. lhl.aul Uuntlrr etr.pt were IiiTllrtl lu adilita. n nnniWr of ork wellwaler.il li.l well lei In li In a Meli .Hie nl fulllAim alul IO Terms whll.1 a ..I male kn.iwn imiiari.flng women .n I girls, who daily are gather valhn llh.ial ed at I In liucli-roslid 1111 ni tho Y. aaie wlllaltlesaiilllu I I MM ' hie. Tat M (1 A. in Aldersgale sin el. Thia I a tlan.t rarHilii)( Imil nienis t ih hlrfh.si bit JJ JH. lltritlfKTT, ler very blersi-i- l oiirk, inaugural.! t A street I lemU.r by a gum! I k.I j Mr l'i-lmid a ilmi lar one at Jeain tlreel by Mbs Srlon Carr. Blue-Gra- ss a A cheap but good dinner I funlsbtd r and the after dinner filled up At TublUt Salo. Pu.Hlt.ly liiBlIng and w III rahibll In all.llt Tita'lrsly at with music and addrcwea, a thagood la die are able to secure help. Thla being a ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1883, perfectly leisure time of day to us, we haya I will sell st Hillkoutcry Ilia hrm on wUlch I rw asked them to call on us ail libitum and are slJe, situated aluul 1H nltra Iroro Mnf..nl, county, ImmeJIalely on lb. tuinplk. roa.l delighted with the opportunities already from blaofuru UiNmerat,ratalnlnt; I7A Acre. 3 nt It lias on It a rmulorlaule given for meeting thete detr, overtasked with sit rooms, a kitchen,anj entente and daelllaf all gaol lin of Yesoutbuilding. It Iteicei'tloiiallr well toiler, and speaking a helpful word. necr felling rprlng.. On tliara belli Muniniotli terday, alter diemlssal, a lot of the girl hundred armof this land la llrlfllr No. I an J Ik Is gou.1 grating- - allofelhsrlt lia tery came back, having obtained a little extra reslJu stock brni. Taenia onlliaplaroaaorrh. A - bi . full leave, to gel Marie to alng one or two ardor about 100 joung appl treat In on thebeating prem oftelert fruit. At ths uma time and more hymn for them. Ism will b also io!d all tuy peiaotial property, 2 Uiwt. 1 Dry G oft , I!ut for a few parting word about High Cuwa aod other young Hteert, u Milk bml kwea,! well Cattle, Wag gate. It ia asubuib rich in historic mem- giud work Horses, 10 ahead of Hoc, I J.borao Farmmid Sen on. Ueney Wagon, Mowing Machine snd ories, of one kind and another. It perhapa ing Implement generally. AlsoU Arrraof lira In the Said aud a lot or Hay In stacks. Terms Birds, Reptiles, Amphibia, received its name in the 14th century, made known on day ol tale. A Museum of Wonders, when the Bishop of London, in whose ma A Veritable Noah's Ark, posesalon the whole of thia tract of norial Nothing Like it en Earth,' northern suburb lay, while London wa yet a city of 35,000 or 10,000 inhabitant, Ilellllie all ulher I.iblbl I ma Int JaatMsa 'nii(nias no, 'COUMTE0 only,allowed a road to be cut over the hill, which up to railroad time, continued the great northern thoroughfare The Rishop CVCII ORHASUKU looked sharply after his own Interests hy erecting an archway gste for purpose, from which there wa no escape, one side of It abutting upon a dispel wall A and the other upon the BBaBaaCaL vsanBnBnBnBnBnBnaa7BBanV "public" called the ' Old Gale. House" still mark the M'l. Here the last change nl horse was made, In the old posting day. Fiom before the Gnat run into thecily f aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal aasaaaaaaav .aav willi It clustering crown of ma ny ale house, one lun go dnwn the bill I" everf direction the llolluway h.- - Uii-iiiel IHtafr anaanaanaanaanaanaanaanaanaanaanaanaanaanaa 1 tdL n Fir age that ! tl.e g re. I tburoiigl.fire now the least HllMClifr pill of it" scenl, ill iht- the hill, witsiii-eioarisincrscy and ellhr nun ban! "'', Iv eluded In ehrniile dyspepsia nn.t llrcr rnmpltlnt, banker of Loniluu. To till und in chronic conslliMlon and nllir ol. fn.m the wended their wty on In stlnate ilUea-ellnaietitr' hUmueli Hitter Is liejniiif nil riniiarlHii llie best Louibtrd street or Clir side after thcdsyV of ntiM-dthai cjii Ih taken A n restoring Uio tlmiKtli and Tltal ciurxr ul work wa over, not iinfrequeiilly wnyliid who nn tiliikliijr under the Iieraons iffrrts uf painful ilisnnler. till by footpads, if belated, among the tdiadol standard xrtretahle Inilgoranl Is runfeat HHH grove and woodland through wlilili tl e cdly lor sain by nil PmtrirlsU and Heaters highway ran, I have many time passed . 1UU in my walk not only 'Cromwell House,1 10 previously mentioned, which the great LISCAMKK lim.RTISKBKaTH. ! Ireton; Protector built for hia D. F. WALTKU. but Arundel House, the site of the palace Led liy lb Oioil, the only ot the earl of that name, where the great LANCASTER, KY. Lord Bacon breathed hia laat. "The great Offlc OT.r Cltltens National Hank. Cfflc hours est, wisest raeaneat,of mankind," a the poet from I to II a. M. and front 1 to a r. at. calls him. Ala! that the laat adjective BAM M. DUBDETT, The Premier ol thn Arena iVt X.A.W. should ever have been truly written of ATTOUNEY 3EiTSa.TSa:j&. 1-X5- !! LANCAHTKB, KY. hlml Opposite ia Andrew Marvell'a cotWill practlca tn OtrrarJ and aJJoInlog counties Tho (Irtatett UflBft Iforvawtiuinon Far.h. tage, or the site of It; the Incorruptible pat anauianoiAppeait. (itt-iyriot, whom Charles II tried in vain to buy, ITIr. D. O. KAUPFMAN, though he would have paid a round sum ATTOHNEV A.t XjAJW, Tae I'aniftiii Kour at.J Hi lion) ItlJir. to still his sharp pen. A little lower down LANCARTIt, KY. Is the Lauderdale Maoaloo, where Nell Circuit Court. Will Groquire, the prettiest and best of the aame Matter Commlaaloner Harrard arrant sad adjoining practlca In all tna Court of TluMtrtclojiTtlpIe lit r I'crforuicrt. Charles' harem, held her infant boy out of counties and to me uun ot Apprau. ' an upper window as the monarch was pac Tn Ing the gravel walkbelowand aaid, "Unless ivinc, colltlaJ "The I1IJ of Abyilot." la her cbarolrf you do something for hiiu, here he goes;" king responded, "Spare and the laughing the Earl of Burford." And Earl of Bur- Altai Wcjclliti of lb Mnetecnlb Century, wbuao WtnJcrful ferforuanns on lbs laililU Win ford be waa and afterward Duke of St, 8) frtt In lb Air, UoMi TboutanJt of I'eol la ilrrtlbleti Aw. Albans. One who haa looked at the arch beauty of the face that still glows in rich est coloring on Lely'a canvass at the South Kensington Museum Portrait Gallery, can aaaaVanaaasilanaaaanaMKaaaVanaV' ' KEaWHanaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW imagine the way the etted beauty thus lemlnded Charlea that he had not done for her baby what he had done for hi other bantlings. Misa Burdett Coutta' place on the West Hill waa once the property ofthe Duke' of St. Albans, dependents of the favorite mlstreaa of this modern Solomon not in "wisdom" line, but a less honorable one ,aKST-aWlfillSHB- B HAVE A publlo house at the hill' foot bear the St. Albans name yet, and keep the memo ry ofthe legend still alive. hnkJHkf y "aaaaaWrfaHBraiaWaSVBaaSa Rocoivod Anotlior Car More anon, if I may, about Hlghgatr; Load but I must break short off, for hem are dear Veraoa and Janle Bartlett to take dinner with us, and 1 can't afibrd to lose their plemnt company, hver In Jesus, AikiioataljeJ tit; Orcito.1 Arrolult uf tbaAg Geo. O Bakwm. -- Oju.Ulluj'.Cif Madison Items. The RtgUttr U a week . 'flit Oirat llleli Allilele, In his Bauiaonliui I'tlU, or two ahead on the schedule change of the The grand Jury haa found about 230 K. LfHM'rM UO, I.vA by Iho GretU HHtl OhIv 30 DttHhlo NoMi'i-rtauUi'tfi-Khhii iiMHlt'i risrK-H- , (;uhhiiiwhh r iko werlH, indictments the preaent term. Messrs. Harber & Crooke have sold the new livery stable on Main street to Mr. W. W, Pltf Bods & Lounge?, Bod Springs HAH," IUokakirau Jealer. JMKI. N. MA- UaaJeJ by lb KIok IjjutI.Halicr."rHi: for $11,000, and he haa takea poseIou. AI.HKK I' IJANION. IIINWMt lbjiKll.liKiiu.auuiiirantouiluiiit, Mattresses, H weeny, of Pari, I preachlBg Aualrallaa Maorlt, Arabi, 7.ulut, Imllaiia anJ lb I'ecullar lau.la from tTry cliui In lb A Trouheof Elder John ChauJellMs. wild. I'l llaudtuf Wutlo. A till of t'aylllsut, Illuminated with a aeries of sermon at the Christian Church STiw aud Chulrat uud Everjlhluir He- in thl place. He U mm of the ablest rur. llaHKiHo" le a rirat-ciain the denoiuiuatlofl; and whether be ert. lieimliellM, I..u..rrlM, Ilei.btu't, Cauiela, Otlilcboa, Uoblcn Chariot'. Tilunivbil Ctis, ulture htoro. lllratr.-s- , lionet, IValvt, sill A llHANIlAIXtilulllUAI.lilnVl.AY. ullluc a ManM Intended it or not, his sermon ou Wednes ua airsu uu mo iuviumn w. h u ui ..uiu,..u.. uras r.sailiorrh win k,uu auv iuimuiu day night thoroughly demolished the faith t;iilaelUorerThreilllet la lea(tb aud Ihecliiaul Air Hblplu 0erill)0 oulilda UauiruUr Prlcoai. mm Lew hh AHjbetly'ai. litcut.luu rttuaomll railoaJt. Will aloetitlblt tl LKlUhON, r'rMty.Oct, 0. ttlsr'Kbb'takll. cure lda,yet he sever used those word. AT STANFORD! ox JON. NUVIOIMNOK, J. Iirter ROBINSON SATURDAY, OCT. 6, 3YTAIVIIW:OrrH . MONARCH Information Wanted. 8.X.jHfarf0A0o9fl rj j. INC. T. K. NMUTir, EXPOSITION LIVING WONDERS jp-i- f. Executor's Sale tili-- N.iTllltl.i st lue-llr- "-I- 1 181-2- 1 A Pine Farm half-hou- Uo-co- tn Stanford, Saturday, Oct. 6, i''l4tlfc Lurgo Menageries Combined, Elephants, Herds Double Horned Rhinoceros, t. Herd or Giraffes, Full Grown Ostriches, , Polar and rizzly Jiearj, Lions 8ca Leopards, H " I THE BIGGEST & BEST CIRCUS gau-hnu- se. lhix, r f frile ie-.- &ITTERS a, gnu-rally- r.t t&jWtAr!Zm"lWkWAWKAtiK B V1K2kSaVMHH'tlbPi:mi.o'i( ovKit rj Qhampion Performers 3JCx. 3Rolcit K. Sticlcuey, MISS Charles Kavcr.s, THE KEOSTO BROTHERS, Miss Ton le ISSxtNT"!', ENTERPRISE IlAIiKTTA niul WALLACE, 1 Grocery. GEO. D. BURDETT liUiicaNter, ICciituoliy, Just of yjjfSFaCalyaiaaaaaaaFi Furniture, Sets, and Tin: j;i:oiai61 iskotiikkk. lltANK F1TZ iijhh MIC. e AVir.lAAMS, a Parlor and Chamber xo oxv.o"W0Nrjs io win-late- re ayjFtlEIZJ JST3R.E3I33T Uloo-It- J 3FA.IA.rB3 s. tTteccldj nlcriir3irnal Tuesday Morning, October 2, Frmh Curran's, A XlCK 11m French candiei nl KMorlment s frrh i. 8 P. Mvera', A (loon rain fell In some portions of the county Sunday night A wind storm acwhich was almost randies at companied It in Garrard cnaal to a cyclone. l Krlfht A Gentry Is visiting her rather here. Mr. G. OI3C---.-e,I,lIFK. Hackly, of Louisville, Is acting a agent l. forC. 11. Kngtemafi while he Is taking In Mr IA ltorn:-- I wsilnlndstllls, Ky , the other -- r with staler Ellen la snlil her In shop- plug snl l Isk a stroll Ihrouih th Ureal Bonihern F.ipoiltlon ImlMlnf. W hsrs been thers a the Imposition, I2C. TO THE PUBLIC W will now psy special attention to 3 183 r. M. r. A full line of Fall Goods now opening at 8 If. Shanks'. MARmTfs7 -- Miss Annie 1111, danghler of Hon. T-C. Hell, was married at Harrodsburg last week, to Mr. Nlclt Goddsrd. Mr. Kpliriam H. Smith a widower of CO, and Mrs Mtry J. Withers a handsome widow twenty yean Ids junior, will be mnrrled to day. The marriage of Webb Hldley, Jr., and Miss Madge Whitney, which occured last week.wss the most notable wedding ever celebrated In Ml. Sterling, Ky. There were sixteen attendants. Mr. Bonk J, c.-y- rr. Dan r Hit. UN. ' ?T" LOCAL TIME CARD. J4ll Iraln going North Hth...., Mouth ... KirMtttaln' " Nsrh....-- -. " 0M ,., .t tM m, oo I 01 A.M. 11 A. -- . Naur llmolhy seed at bottom figures at " llrlght A CurrAnV. Tit k largest stock of Winter town at IMmUton A Owsley 'a. Boots In 'j Cabbige, Sweet Wamtkd Butter, " l'otatoes and Hams. - T.K. Walton. Hoy Paint of Penny A McAlt-te- f. ., . ii beet one Thy oiirf'jOOlwol. 'TIs the Bciiooi. IIooki al Mcltolxrli iml HlimV Nick slo.lt of Mrllula cartls it Penny A In the world. Itrtire, Warren A Co. " McAllster's. husband, Iloss Coi.t'm I)ouy Hi TlIK seventeen-year-oli Hlaee, 'e. Hamilton, Is the father of a good sited baby. Htandarii reaifjr mixed palnls it Hid lot of Clothing, Overcoat, Ac., Just A Haah Itoff Cholera Cure. Penny from the cities, can he seen at 8. II, Jo. A MrtUlrter note agent. Shank', . Wk can "sell toii rim an where from New and comprehensive lines of Tin$ I to $75. McKotxtUABUjur. ware, Glassware, Stoneware, Hardware fln-xnew Mock of eeerr thing In tin li and general Orocerle at T. It. Walton's. jewelry line at Penny A McAllster's. Watchim, Clock ami Jewelry renatred Lancaster, Scarlet fever I considered and warranted 1) Penny A McAllster, epidemic In lown. Mr. llurnslde' chilFoh couetie. colJ. Ac, use dren are heller. Mr. Al. O. Itarneide who Hrtip While Pise. Pat up In 5o ad 60c was thought dying Hilurday of typhoid hollies. Trial lite 10c. McKoVwrl A Improving, fevrr, I NOTICES. Ilrrecli-lnsillnf- K, tttjj'. (Jor-po-- nd Tiir. HunToNmi.it Hank. Col. J. W. Wralheiford lell us that the above InstiMaooiic IIahhis lies gone to Mli tution Is on a regular boom Thedeposlts LouUtllle. liave reached $'O,000 while the lnns and Mrm. l.ro IUyiikn went to -- In. ahu dlsroilnls amount to $T),000, liiiittllle Humlay aliernoon, Mk. ami Mm. J, O. Hats Iim rn AN anonymous letter to Mr. Stewart lurnrJ from the Southern Kipoelllon. Myers has been forwarded by Mm for ' --rMlM I.IKZI MoNTtlOMKKY, Ilf Ihan In this paper and It will appeu In tier aunt, Mrs. Lee Yeager. 'oo, nrit issue, unless the guilty party will "ill Fan mr IUwk, of Little K ck, onfr her sin ami will promise to do Ark",la vialllng l.rr amain, Mim Imcj Tale so nn more. Her IJentlly Is strongly PERSONAL ' - ft j pub-licsli- on U'tl-itin- stis-pm- rd. ''.Mnnt) lay. guest., A MEETlNdof the directors of the Stanford and lliistonvllle, Stanford and Lan-cssteMux. Kuirr. I.YI.K, of Ullngtbli, and Mncstler and Danville Trie- schoolmate tf Mr. J. II. docker, U her phone Coinpinle Is called lo convene In Mns.J, DanIPe; were vlIllti f)nutv Kvak. friend of lure yes'er- - MrxiRA, 1. (I. AHIl U J. W. Tanneii, of the Tennessee, visiting tlielr relation Mr. K. L Tanner. Mr. S. T. Salteu and wife and Mr. L. 8. Townfler, of Alhany, (I , are Willing Mr. M. K. KJklo. Mn. Joe UniMts' Pint National Hank at Ktlstbtthlown, commenced tea. terday with a capital of $76,000. of Huston, Mm llcrru Teiai, arrlred Saturday, and with her grandma, Aunt lJetay Mr. A. A. I.rwis, of l!ojle, has pur chiied a half Inlernl In the Somerset and will take charge this week. Mr. K. J. C'AMrnrLi, of the Iloek. castle Sprint Co., U here fur a few days. Heteportaa very irosieitus season Indeed. Mr. Aim Mm, Jamm ami Mlene LI tile and Mary Campbell, of Me Kinney, ale visiting frlenda near Crab Or chard. MiCA'.U. KouiMSOM ami daughter, Ml Mary, leave tin week to visit relatlrr at Plea tan t Mill, Mo. Mr. T. J. will mronnipinj then. Mr. Tiiirt. M. Johnston has gone to Lebanon lo (crept a situation II haa been tereTcrrirari and be hi gentle- many behavior, Iim won many friend whu -l- eu him weU In hla new hone, i.l, Ne-lt- is. CA-ruru. Ito-loson a cilice of the Intehior Jouknai, Oct JO at 10 A. m. Judge H. MJ Iiurdclt ssys the nan who falls to attend will forfeit both his office and his slock. Mim. Burneii. Yesterday the Magno lia Mill al Shelby City, belonging lo W. rc,Orubbswere consumed by fire, together with a lot of new machinery, -,- 000 tiuthela of wheat, beside some flour and corn. The loss I large, but we were unable to learn it or the amount of Insurance. Mr. Grubba has been truly unfortunate as lo fire. This i the third time ho ha been burned out anJ left almost flat In the -world. -- . m Toc7r4r"rmr TiMOTiirKtr.nai T. K. WallonV KbhK OvirrrRi at H.8. Mfera' earvrd at llhouri. AxVtJnANTtocc of Clothing at Ivlmi f I on'A P .' i!iu line of harneMi at bottom fiurea, , IJrUhl'A Corran. A new line of Zelgler Iiroa , Shoes uet H. H.Shanka'. rrcelTedal the (late Chilled l'low-t- he and eheiiet-- or T. K Walton. IIUV Ixxt A X.AAUK itock of liliakeU and Couilort juiit received bf Hdmiaton A Owale ' Kugene Wetherall, a vivacious Young lady, la here forth burposo of establishing a circula ting library. She represents the Franklin &pjare Co. and the pi in I to furnish for $1 a large number of good books, whlcl: the member ran use nt pleasure. She will y who call oa those of our cllltens would likely be Interested in the matter and, we trust her efforts will be handsome ly rewarded. Capturiw. Jame Ilalnwaler, on of the prisoners who escaped Iron, jail here nearly a month ago, was returned to Hie tiller Saturdav by W. A. Flint. He was captured by arouple of.citlins in Jackson county, while he was pulling loililer for a farmer and brought to Rial Usrnstadt under the Iinpresoinn that there was $200 te told ward cllered for htm, but on there that it -- a a mistake, rre about to turn him loose, when Flint paid lliriu n small amount snd look clur.e of him, ( piM ll- his delivery hero Mr $Mie had nflered for his rvtiirn K"i water rlnrgnl with murder In Whillry county It Is said that Dilnnrgan Is lurk Ing In the vicinity of the plre where Kiln water wa captured ami Ihst he lll In as soon as the Governor oil. r i a reward. LATr.it. Gov Kno't hssIssMieda proclamation offering $.100 rsaid for the capture of Dunnegn. Circulatinu Library. Mis Ne-U- nd 1 Thh e0 to the nccaiamoJatlon of many of our cltl- - rsituuter opened the mall Sunday r3, ,1'Hor. AnNKH Iloorjn hu engaged Mi Matlla I'axton a aralatant in the Stanford Bemtnary. , Two cent will carry your letter now to any point in the United State. The) new law went into e fleet yesterday. weighing 7) lb, contributed by Mr. John II. Dlckereon I the largeat one we have een Mil year of drouth. A Birr That tmall proGti and quick aale tell la demonstrated by the fact that Bright A Curran are aelllng double the (food ever old In Stanford before. Look out for th capture) of Dunnegan, the woman seducer and murderer. The Governor will pay $ 300. for hi return to the jailer here, who will add f25tot!ie amount out of hi own pocket. Mcltoberts A Stag have iuit received the largest and uoet complete ateck of breech and wuule loading HIHeaame.bn, I'owder-flaaki- , New York Drop and Chilled Shot and inttruuienta for loadbreech.lorallBjr, gun and ing nd will aell lha at bottom price. Sbet-gnn- '' it Attention, HuntmmI Thh new lime table on the Knozvllle llraneh ad4 an extra freight train eeh way lo the aeveral already running, The freight buelnfM on the line la immense There Is no change in the arrival of the pAwtefiger trains here, but the time to Jel-lila shortened from 40 to 60 minute The mall trrtln now runs through lo Knox ville, making two trains daily from there. oo County Court. Not much wai done in the county court jesleiday. The will of John l'erktna was admitted to probate and V. K, Anderson quilifinlaa administrator. The widow renounced the provisions of the will a to herself end claimed her legal hare. Ssmuel Cowan got $1,000 taken off hi tax list. At 1 r. M., the Justice cauie In and went isto a court of Claims. The will be equally a large as last year. They passed on 113 claims and adjourned uotrl Weaeadiy owing to the death of a niece of Squire llrlght, whu had to attend r, e keeper, a the funeral, A physician to the Jill bbJ to the will be elected at lr,M, lit poor-hous- tree-ure- e Judge Finley, A Juixie with a Will of the London Circuit la taking the bull by the home In his effort to crush out the whisky Ira (Co In Lturel county. The peo pie voted for local option by a majority of about -3 but there wan some informality In recording the returns and the lawyera bad pronounced the result null and void. Not o did Judge Finlsy. He say the sovereign will of the peoplo shall be res pected and not rendered nugatory by care-leofficials, and the war he ia getting after the breakers of the law, Is a caution. Several parties have been fined aa much a $350 and he always order the jury to say In their verdict that the fine shall be work ed out al $1 per day, If not paid or replevied, lie got Jud-- Geurge Denny prettv btdly the other day. Deony waa defend! lg a whisky man in hi usual vlgoroua manner and thought he had mtde a good point by proving bf a witness that he did not buy any liquor from him. He had called for a pound of caudy for which he paid 76 cent and a pint of whisky waa thrown In. Mr, Denny went on to asy that It waa a perfectly fair transaction a the emndy waa worth 75 cent per pound and If the man chose to give the pint of whisky it own busJAeM. He had hardly was hi made the remark, When Judge Finley comhlut by saying, "Hold pletely up your hand Mr. Denny and be sworn." Knowing belter than to disobey, Mr. D, complied, when Judge Fiuley continued, You solemnly aweir that the answers you glye to such question aa may be asked you, shall be the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help you God, Take the wltues stand Mr, Denny. How much did I understand you to say candy was worth?" Taken aa much aback, the witness hardly knew what lo say, but he managed lo tauiuieruul. "Judge, you must excuse me, I waa never In the confec tionery business and never sold a pound of candy in my life," Turning to the jury, Judge Fiuley said, "Gentlemen, if you believe from the evidence that the defendant sold the whl'ky either directly or In directly, you rhtll fine him t5 the extent of the law, Go to your room." And be fore Mr. Denny could recover himself, a verdict had been rendered In the case against his win. Judge Finley says he ha bo patience with those who would take advantage- of the quibbles and technicalities of th law and will not allow such practice in hi Court. 1si e K, McGoodwin and family hare engaged rooms at Mrs. M. Downton'a for the winter. Mr. Ben. Durham on Monday, moved jnto the elegant house of hi father (Hon. M. J, Durham.) on Broadway. Mr. Jav. Klnnard on the same dsy moved into his recently purchased house on 3rd street, An old colored man named James Mc- Cormack on lielng brought before Judge Owsley, on Saturday, lo scertalnlf he would be a good bondsman lor his son lien DEATHS held for a misdemeanor was aked, "what W. Arthur Allen, son of Col. It. I). are you worth?" The old man scratched his Allen, of the Kentucky Military Institute, head and studied a moment and then ans wered, "Well boss, I think 1 wpuld have died near crankiorl, oi maiariai lever. Miss Carrie Davis, a young soolety la brought $1,600 before the war." The court dy, loved for her charms of person and took him on the bond and the boy was reamiable qualities, died last week at Har leased. rodsburg, Ky,, of typhoid fever. Messrs. Doyle G. Bayle, P. W. Samuel, After n long Illness of consumption, Murray Hubbord and Speed Fry went to Miss Maggie, daughter of Mr. It. L. and the Loulavlllo Exposition, Friday. C. M. Mrs. Mary C. White, breathed her last Brown, of Lebanon, Is spending a fow day yesterday afternoon, aged 17. She had with hi father' family. A severe storm been a member of the Cumberland l'resby-lerla- n passed over the of Messrs. J. M. chnrch for several yetrn and was a Meyer and T. W. Jackson, five mile west devoted and loving chriatian, an d when of lown, last night; many trees were blown called logo, expressed herself willing and down and fences demolished. A straw rick aniloua lobe at rest. Her funeral will be on the farm of Granville Cecil ctught. fire preached by Kev It. II. Caldwell at froui lightning and was consumed. to day at 1 o'clock, Ilrighl' school-housItev. A. J. Brody who ha been spendalter which her remain will be brought lo ing the summer In Europe, was promptly lluflilo Cemetery for interment. on hand Sunday morning In time to cele brate low mas at St. Paul' Church. This RELIGIOUS. wss psrt of hi programme when he left Yisterdsy was the Jewish New Year, home in the spring. It has now been de6.011 termined In remove all the old Rsllery of Hey. W. O Goodloe, of Lexington, the First Presbyterian Church, and give has been called to the pastoral charge of the homo a thoroughly modern appearance Ihn 1'ieshylerlsn church at Lancaster, Ky. inside. The repairs and alteration conMr. Talmsge thinks thai "the coming templated will not be completed until sermon" will he from seventeen lo eighteen about the middle of November; nilnutej In length. W sincerely hoe The sherifl of Boyle county and his they wont hei long In coming. deputy, Mr. J. T. Bailer, started for FrankThe Presbyterian congregation deci- fort Monday morning with three convicts, ded unanimously Sunday, to call the ltev. John Kpsom, six years, manslaughter; Wm. of his lime Hutchinson, five years, rape; and Bob. Mr. McKlroy for instead of half as now. Mr. Jaa. I'axton Jones, three years, grand larceny. Janie was elected to represent the church at the Jones, indicted for obtaining goods by false Synod, which meet In Harrodsburg next pretenses, was acquitted. A package waa sent from Stanford to a woman named Jennie Jones, and our Janie by falie repLAND, STOCK AND CROP. obtained it. One of the cases ltohlnson sold to I'. H. Idol 1 resentations Tho. againls one of our druggist for selling fine mare for $2W. for the consideration wether and 100 while liquor was presented Fon Bale-H- OO of the court, and with the consent of the ewes. J.F.AH.G.Gover. -- G. W. Alford bought of J. Coulter, prosecution a verdict of "not guilty" was rendered. The Commonwealth attorney of Casey, 1 1G hand mules (or $400. will'ask the Court of Appeals to pas on 11. A Silas Anderson A Son sold to K. the matter though it is but fair lo fay, that i: IV Woods, It yearling mules at $75. he (the attorney,) has no confidence in tho 8. M. Owen and J. E. I'orlman sold legal msrils of his case. It doe injustice lo A. W. .Smith, of Hoyle, 2$ calve nt $25. to no one to say Ihst these prosecutions are A lot of red Berkshire Hogi, for all the result of a sentiment which a few S. Powell, for sale, breeding purposes, in varioua other men who rule Huatonville. been striving to build up for Twenty-silong yearling mule sold at way, have Wine and liquors belong Howling Green at $76. Corn In the Geld some lime past. to a druggist' stock and the druggist has brings $1.70 per barrel.. the law, to vend them Wheit is a little stronger In Chicago, the same right, under as the grocer lus lo vend tea or coflee al 0ij for October. 98 for November and The druggists do not propose to makedram-sho1 01 for IVcember. Corn sold at I'J cents. of their places of business, but when General Ksynton stale in hi Oregon a gentlemen step in and asks for a bottle ol lellsr, that In Willamette Valley the yield liquor or wine, the druggist haa the same bushof wheat this season was sixty-fivlegal right lo sell the liquor or wine, clled el to tbu acre. for, k he has to sell the fame customer a A cargo ol uoe thousand Canadian IkiIiIc of lemeranco hitlers or paregoric sheep were ordered killed upon their arriDruggist in Dauvilte have sold liquors was beval In Ltveriiool becanse one sheep since ilia first drug store was opentd, neatlieved to be sltliclrd with the scab. ly a hundred J ear ago, and no one questThe ureit sUllIonstske of $10,000 al lHiisulfle tarn course was won by ioned their legal right lodo so until rticut the are genly. All Hie druggists in llwyer IW. Mix) WoUord over three cum tlemen ufiharscter and standing, and they lil(ir In 2:37. Distance 1 miles. should in no way compromise with this inAt a lle.in'ii short horn site near Ml. legitimate buaiutps Sleiling, 21 ftiiulcs, mostly Marys, Pbyl. terference with their men of other callaveraged $1U2. W. K They do not dictate lo lix snd Henriettas ing how they shall conduct thler business Bean'- - lot of 82 biought $170 6G each. bounds of the law, and they Mr J It. IjOgan sold tq Mr. Feather-slo- n, within the would be spiritless indeed should they subof Lexington, S'J head of cattle, 20 proposed dictation aa lo their head, weighing about 1,200 pounds, at$l mit to the view per hundred-- , 15 at $3 75 and 1 at $3 60 affair. One individual of advanced said to your correspondent in talking of NIcholaaville Courier. per hundred. Spears Fisher report sale of II. T. Mc- this very matter. "If the law give the Klroy in Mercer a follows: Corn" In crib druggists the right to sell liquor, WE will $1.70. -.- year-old steers, 1,000' pound at bare the law changed." pl-c- es three-fourth- s onmberol limes snJ every tints ws see something we -- hi nol lee I fore. Otlts a wonderful place, inrs enoniht Kllen's bojs stt nesilett Kail sml Winter outfit! anil we both needed various sftlclrs. ThsKsw Alexsnder Hotel msdsni test st horns, Col. "Jos" la soolllflng. WsdIJnot And anything laths wsyoftlolhlnf lo suit till ws esms to: IhatMg'elothlrg tors' of. J. Winter A Co., corner ol Third snd Market atresia, snd, dear nisi that's th lac to tuiy clothing; ; th j.havs got every thlsf you can think fr lha Mwil man or the tiniest tittle fellow that ever Inddled and aueh prices tool I Juatssw somsofthsdsrtlnt;est, dalilsstanllaand.OTereoala you can Imsslns. Don't fall to (oalralsht there when yon sra lo tautsvllls for your Fall and Winter clothe and lo lake In the Eapoaltlon. KMMA. Thtasilrsct from letter waa handed J. Winter A Co., mmrTMrd and , Mattel atrreta, Iiulitllls mtlNTsINa. Ws promise lo gits sstlifartlon, and when -- coifed will sir I'slent Flour for Wheal. Can tneka eiUier bolted or unbolted meal. 110--1 HeAM.TKK AHAI.t.EK. FurnlturE. t hsrs Hi lulleal snd .beat tins of Furniture ol sverr deaetlntlon em eshlhlted In Msnford. ss s stroll through my store sill prore. My prices srs Ky. ny"Mf ileirlirolher"lnpfran;sa Mtsr of ,lnlmdiictlon, and rptals for llaelf.l Itlaanstl- - aa low aa similar gmlacanM bought In the cities, s fact shm capsule ol neclar demonstration. I sin rrp vn fiaiiti n iuii una oi popular opinion on the clothing quail loin The (J rest Southern llapmlllon at Iiulnllle, Ky , now In Its ninth week, la a sueeeu hayond the most ssngulno' expectations. Thouasn.la'upon UndcrtakcrM' CJoo.h ! And sm ready to serts lanersta promnlly nice, new iiesrae. with s At- - Ihouasndsof atr angers are sttrseted to Ihe'clty;' they come I row North; Ihsy urns f(Omerry direction. Umlivllla prments Ihe South; Ihey come from the from Orders by Telojcrnph Promptly 10. 172-I)- usny. stlrsctlons to the visitor stiroad;ahs la noted lor herlissultful women, Mr gallant men, (her great clothing Lataarand Merchant Tailor eataulUhment of J, Winter Intereat. There la math A B. K. WEAREN. -V- Co., corner of Third snd n Market atreets, snd msny otheroljects'.o' ALUABLB- h.mtugnnw-s-u'srsl- Ihs'clothlng.tuslncaa, so moth rsatein trsah palmed real delight lo find off on sn iinauipcctlng puhlle, that.lt I a a aniniof strict Integrity and muaro deal Garrard TOR SAXE. Co. Lanps ings, where Ihe small ca! hoy, or Ihe moat unmphlttorstedrursllat esn rmy with perfect recnrlly, lor st J. Winter A the Isnd fertile snd InaSnealats of rulllrstlon, nearly sll being In graai. On Ihe place ia a dialll-ier- y slirosd, who may need aojnelhlnj In tho way of Clothlnj or Oenta' Furnlihing rloill for Ihe coming of about lifl buahels capacity. The turnpike from Danville to Uilngtou runs thruugh this Fstl snd Winter scaaon, thsslerllnj snd old reliable houu of J. Winter A Co. presents usny: Induce- farm, snd the the loeallon la very convenient. Alan I6S SCrCS. S IWrtOf IhO II. M. Jon, farm, nn tha ments worthy orronalderstlop. Whelhtr you with to tuy or not, when you go to I.ouliillle, pay a same pike, adjoining the shore. The I wo places will lie sold aa a whole, or illr Idcd to ault purchasers. Th purchaser will alio hats ths option to Tl.lt to ttil eaUullihtnint. Yuu will Bod liesrly Kentucky welcome. . -- mi lu. -i- .tii-.. vw una i rcrooTeii. Aiao eraallfarm adjoining ihe properly, wllti fair InirroTCrnrnli, In Ibolntmrclloii o the Danrllle snd Iluens Vlita lurnplkM, contain-lnesbo- ut GSserc. A amill tiinrii a.i. joining landaofT. Dunn. Alua slors houao In ins town or jirysniarine, a warehoux near ths depot In a burial lot In the Lsnrailer inn. etery.Ac. All thoahoTeproperly will be sold on very liberal terms. For liirther parllriilart (all on or address WM. 11 UltKKI.K. llrj.n-Mlllscp.lStf Ky. C.'s he will stwsjs git good goods and full value for their money. Visitors from I pfler at prlral aale my farm of slnut 300 seres, In (larrard, shout on mils below Camp nick Kol Inaon, with large eotlags house ofelsht roomi. In number one repair, sll nereusry outbuildings, snd I I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, ESTILL comprising the best in the ''market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or coun- Prepared to try. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley. SPRINGS I Havln taken chsige cl Ihls'fsmius wslertrg place for he coming sesaoo, I am now Receive Guests. and will be able I bar a corps o trained ta to furnish PREPARE I BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR SaUHlHclGry AcconimedatleHH To all persons In pursuit of health or pleaaure. Ths medicinal qualities of thess waters are too well known to tne people of Central Kentucky to need a description of their properties. The rales of board will be reasonable For farther Information, apply to ms at iMlne, Ky. ' . M. l'MSACOCU. a MYERS HOTEL, FALL SEEDING! STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr And be sure you examine, before purchasing, our line bf Seeding Implements, as follows: This Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND e A-- ahoata $10.90. Kwea $3 80 to $1.10. 100-lb- . ADTKUTISG-E-TK. $3 C5: 7 yearling steers, 760 lbs, at $35 and horses from $35 to $100. H. G. Oover bought of Keuben Will1IOX. A. O. TALUOTT, iams a fine bull calf that haa been taking Ot ltojle, laacanJMst lor 8cs.er oi the next premiums at the faiia for $10 and sold 102 uouae oi iieprew-iaiiTand 18 ahoata averaging 80 ewe al$-.C- 5 lb, at $125. He also bought a thoroughtbred Poland China boar for $15. -l The great trotting race in New York and St, Julian, resulted In aijecided victory for the former in three straight heats. The first mile waa made In 2:0i, the second in 2:18 and the third in 2:10. Tho purse waa $5,000. There waa a good crowd at the sale of the effects of Jackson Given last Friday, but owing to a rumor that everything would be bought In by the heirs, no one seemed to care to bid and but little was sold. The farm waa put up and withdrawn at low between figures. T tho County Court Day. Y'esterday wa a showery one but a good crowd gathered and a fair lot of cattle was offered. Outwa dull side of the stock sale businea and dragging. Auctioneer H.T. Hush re ports about 260 cattle of common to fair quality, and while price wcie not high the bidding was c little quicker and most crnU'for beat. Horall sold from 3J lo se from $00 to $129 per head. A good number of mule colt on market moatty horse mules, selling from $10 to $05 per head, owing to quality. 0ARRARB CPUNTT DEPART KENT. PttiM Lick. Hog The Baker Spring Hoe Grain Drill, The Trump Grain Drill with Spring Seat, FRANCIS The Buckeye Spring Shoe KOTTEXs. Grain Drill, ASAPH, - horse Grain NTANIMJKO, - - Y. The Star One Drill, Ilcfurnislicd and ItclUtcd a Strictly The Albion Spring Sulky-Harro- I and BroadCommercial Travelers cast Seeder, The Kalamazoo Spring Fire, Lightning Tornado Tooth Sulky Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, LOWEST EATBSI J. The Moline Sulkey Plow, PLANING MILL ! Notice The Cassedy Sulky or COMPANY, Plow. Appointmenti, or Attention to Comfort of Iti Proprietor it Determined that u snail oe second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, their duetts. nsgicsgs n III be eOBiejeJ to sad from theilepo- freeorchsrgs. Special te to Commercial Trarslers. Tks Bar will he alwaya sapplied with tks chsleeat braada of Llqaora sad Claara. FORMERLY ST. JTC Hsrlnghsd tbta Hotel From basement to garret, w And leare notching undone lutcHtl to Keep U 1h FlrsNClasH Marnier, OF MY that will sdd to the COMFORT GUESTS. Are offered SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS To pstronlsslne, aa I hare srery conTenleucejucb saNICKaAMl'LEHUOMS, Ac, lor their uas. Baggage Tramferred to and from the Depot free of charge. OlTemsaesU. INNUIIANCE! W.N. VRANC'IN. Soyen liMSu First-Ola- ss Companies. -- DANVILLE St. VtllLll'H, Aot Union!. Ta.-Fayc- r8 County: Lincoln All tlioae who liars not psll their Tstn for 1S83 will iilesM call st luy otac In Courl-llosud settls IrarueJIilelr. ss th Auditor Is urging payment, I esn not watt any longer. uherirr. x. is. Manufacturers of J. jf This line of Implements cannot be celled. exIieerx, Niwli, IlIIutlN, IVlutlaMr Hud Nice Farm Tor Salo ! I hats concluded to On sceouut ol bad lie-l- th, sell prirately luv Faun of 111 Acres. Irlsgous mile from Peyton's Well snd I lullo trout th btan-for- d A Mllledgsillls turnpike. It Is In s flnssute ol cultivation and has (0 Arret of tirau. Tbow dnlrtnii a good little Farm, well liurorwl, vould do well to call ou ins. IM-l- Also remember we make a Specialty ot Jjlsn .Brothers Wagons, Web- Deer FrHiucfl, KM, Mold-i- n Nvroll Saw l ltr.r.l,. MlllcOgsrllle.Ky. IIUOOKH, Public Sale ! ItENTIN. AM I Fot being alls to attend to uy farm, I will on ster Wagons and Columbus Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. 1Verl.,Tiirii- - Ihk Work, FieorlHK, CVllliiicWcHtlt- - are dying with cholera In this ia quite eick GEO. - vicinity. D. WEAREN. . Summer 3?noiNT. rettivUuj teuton now oyeii fur lstri-si- crbHrllHKa Drt'MHOtl And other I.MtHber, Mr. Qulncy Shumate SATURDAY, OCTOBER with fever. Mr. Jams lVn'iiy ha bought a choice lot of mule colt for which he paid from $80 to $100. Ho U receiving them t onlay. We had a little fraea la our town Sunday morning over a game of marble. William Hudson and Wallace Goufney were tb btllgereBts; no sefious damage done only Wa-Ucame out with a scratched face and minus oe shlrl slee.ye. James Barnes, Tyre Meat, Wm, Brown and C. II. Kogleuian left on tho 10:65 train Monday for the Exposition. Mrs. Belle ce Ksuttttotlia hlghuat bidder for d It lies ou both sides of ths plk leading from to lluilondlls. about IM wiles from th form er and ullc from the latter place, Th farm la very proaucuvsana wen wsiersu. Onihasaiua dar sud ou th sswa DreuiWes.1 will sell all uy atock. conalatlug of Milk Cuws, Feeders, Yosilingasnd -- aires: kbu slot of iouuic sud olj.bflut KnUhllr tue agsd Hull, a and VUtorlatlockaudonsvery lot orMUIss, Hoises snd iroo.i start; uy rami l'roducs. conalsting or Wheat, Ky. Corn sud Hsy) all uy Fsrulng lupbuuants. such as flows, liar- new, wsiiou, urulu nun, nsy lists sn.i usny other articles too uuuerouslo mention. Ts-- s. Credit ul six mouths ou all suus over Hlsu-fornl 20. 1883, th year mi. Building lYEaterittl Alao Dealers In Commercial College of Ky. University, RtHiUnti tW uogoltabl sud paysbU lu bauk, with luteioat. Terma uual bo cuwplied wllh before riuorsl of IM; under that aiuouut, rah. Notes rojulrsd, ''TsMd' J. H. MVHVHW )M K 1u.ifHW sVf MmU-- IkaaklnCM slslssM I Hcgi.br Fall Session, Sept. 10, i38.v tfgJrigLS&VS; ZSSVZXi UJtMi tenmtml crtslaial ul. IW l IW timma OaJUc. f i.cW W aiaMfMsuKMfssa. Mssl iIsj,,-- III (fssatsw tsf Hl4t; tslftlisHiff UlM tirtJi), ttask 4 ls-tl af rsiviseii any wi-Bi- ro -- 1 liry . Bi-r1K year. , 3xington, "Ky. ttmlenti. W IUs4r Fariuiii Call on us or writs far stuck and will da our sud quality ol usUrlal. ! prior AlaibsMWlMt. OtMBta.ntl I 7 llMVIAlU Bng.aa.e4 hWtlH. SklM frtat. J sl sVUstaJ Isf Uls I 4I feet, Wkwe. IIM M Mssfsj cmIm raT'aa II lUtaWt Mav44..M . Mi 4 ft 8tssrU t Tl.l t kV.." l'aUe.uo.., ielWf, fsssi, lfflselsM ll U nth lenlkktUsa aUUtaUtwe- - WC, J't frTtst--l Ul IV seen alar, la plesaa jou la Ibices Ttlsltass- -, ! HsVaVf T- k- tfMfw ?, fetjska, eV4 f IM 1'eXla.a.slJ, ' IklUasa. 0 4.1. llvt pawl tW ekst m WILBIW R. SMITH, Pr ttltf la4r U N -- lttAjHen, Tk 4t. (wullsMilH K- lalajgtasjfg, U fJl U btl. Tt MtLU ', luf 4B - B.tXIILl.K 1714ms i'l,.ll.l Ky Daurills, I Mill III LUijiimmniiL.) Li. "Ten," the old mail sa'd, wWi a co A Ronnrttt'A envc A burglar's confesHriuftlory kliilu Then ho added: "To. sion. . aa?.A.3a-yoTaknow Hint shaggy, rough haired Scotcl OinsuEM hnvo to havo pretty long of lien Martin's ? Well, sir, B? 1983 terrier Tae9ky Meniiiif, October ho sent to and got a con pi arms when tliey hug tho shore. "Lirr'a Mrip tlio light fantaatlo too," o' dozen silk worms nnd fed 'cm to Mia .1 1 Anr. dog, an' yo hnln't seen tho terrier sinco said tho chiropodiat to his patient. Her ro r Tltero Is nck a vfttillflViviico Inbolli last Saturday, haw ol" Wiinx you And yourself with yoHr tlio quantity ruul qimllly of lifilit No, thocdih r I rdn't seen tho dog nor" wife nnd yonr mother-in-lato whom liy n common pmil-o'- l should you givo your arm? or kprotcuo Martin himrolf sineo April, Imnp when proju'rly I rimmed anil Ihn "Well, sir, I hope I may die somo An Irishman tells ot a woman who pruJnortl ly tlio muiii lmiii wlieii Ira time, if Hint dog's hair hain't como out was mi cross-eyea that sho put her properly trimmoil, (lint it l rmrjirMng of tho roftcst, finest silk fringe yo ever on tho back of her head. how any nno of onlinnry intelliKonco saw in your hfo I Silk fringe, with n A crtriTAis musical critic is so full ot will olwrvnlloii am Im Mti.llcl to rise, braid two inches deep along his back, minio that ho finds it impossible to cat even torn ulnglu hour, mi an' of chcnillo hnngin' from tlio his meals anvo with a tuning-for- k. trimmod Jump. Yot, atmurfy to My, i end of each car. Ben's going to buy a Tub avorago woman Is composed of ( koto-ncn- o couplo o' hundred cli. ap largo proportion of tlio milliu lamp that nro in nlght',1 u nrn dogs, feed 'cm silk worm-- , nnd shoar 213 Ikmics, 1C9 muscles, 1 pair gnrlcrs, 22 old nowspnpers and 210 hair-pinnot trimmed tu they nhonlil Ik). (Vrc-lo- 'em every spring." A Miciuoan chiropodist offers to hotisckceporn and ntnpul norvnnU Tho editor thought ho would liko to g think Mt will do jwt nB well," in seo tho dog somo time, nljen Ben had chimp with nny mau fur 8100 a side. n lamp, to break tlio clinrrcd uiclc time to bring him in. And ho plunged It lieatcn ho will acknowledge tho corn. with tho fingers, to .rtvr It with a rough-edge- d his peii intr tho ink two or thrco times, Tub higher you nro lifted by the reknife, or to hngglo it with n imlr as though he aniiltl write something. marks of a flatterer, tho flatterer you of tlall i4ier, m it Mill to clip- - it "Yes," the old man sighod again. feel when you como dawu to tho truth smoothly iwd evenly with n sharp trim- And, onco moro brightening up, ho re- again. mer. But pooplo who nro fMliilinup sumed : say," ho exclaimed, "you Goino to tho root of tlio matter enough to euro for ft light thoycuii rciul, r. member Unit ornary-lookiWhen a dentist extracts an old fang. write, bow or do nny kind of work by, meat hound of Oick Itogcrs, Wearing the crown Whon ho files tho with satisfaction an J comfort, know that don't yo, that killed Loui Crandall's top of a tooth. A jawbreakor Tho fortrack k not tho fact. sheep last February ? " ceps. Since keroscno camo into 110 ns a Tho alitor expressed n faint, n very You can't both cat your cako and o faint, recollection of Dick Itogcrs' drtg, havo ngent various It, Ancient J'roverb. No; but for trimming lamps havo lieon and Mr. Thhtlcpod went on : you can tako your drinks and have patented and placed upon tho market ; " Well, tho lioys had a littlo target 'cm havo 'em bad. Wathlngton Imt, after a pretty thorough examinashoot over to Mosey Stinger's placo on Critic. tion of tho montof thorn, I incline to tho Fourth of July, and whilo thoy was A when asked tho belief that nothing has yet been in- shootin', if that blenicd, hungry, starvvented for the pnrpovi qnito so con- eling of a dog didn't get at tho box and to say grace at n dinner, horrified the venient, cheap and ciToctivo an a pair of eat up moru'ti twenty cartridges I On Iarty, in n fit of liowing his head and shouting, ordinary, medium-sizescissors. To my life if ho didn't. Mako him sick? by "Hello I hollo I" do the work properly, however, tho Not a hair of hini. He jtiat frisked An English girl writes that no man scissors must bo sharp, for it is iniiHiri-eilil- o around an' seemed to feel better for it. to trim a lamp perfectly without a Well, sir, about 11 o'clock that night will stnro long nt n woman who does not staro back. That sounds very well, but sharp trimmer. tho dog wont offl " The belief ifl quite general that to "No I" exclaimod tho editor, with if sho docs not staro back how is bIio to preveat a lamp-wfe- k from flaring at tho moie intcrobt than ho hadyot displayed. know whether tlio man has stoppod starcorners and breaking tho chimney it "ByGoorgo! Did ho mako a uoiso? ing or not ? must bo cut " rounding," to correspond Did ho though ? Hurt anyl ody ? " A comet never wags its tail in token with tho cap or cover of Iho burner. "No," tho old man said, rising to go, of welcome to tho numerous telescopes My experience, however, coupled with " reckon not ; ho just went off nith Bill pointed nt it by astronomers. Prof. close and careful observation, lends mo nockenbury, that comes to seo Rogers' Muddlchcnd inf ore from this that comets girl. Ho camo back next are not inhabited, and that their tails to the conclusion that tho way to trim n big lamp so as to secure tho very best re- mornin'." nro not utilized in fly time. sults to get tlio most and pleasantcst And tho tditor returned to tho busiYon can tell a now paragrnphcr in a light with tlio least breakago of chim- ness on tho Speaker's tablo, whilo the minute. Ho always inquires if Dr. neys, is to cut tho wick parallel with heavy tread of tho honest old agricult- Mary Walker doesn't pant for office. the top of tho tubo of tho burner. urist faded awn? down tho distant stairs, This joko seems to bo tlio alphabet and When ready to trim tho lamp rcmOvo amid t!io heartless, mocking laughter of primer of a paragraphia education.-Ne- w tho chimnoy. lialso tho cap of tho tho younger men on tho staff. Bur-ilettHaven llcylitcr. burner. Turn up tho wick ; and with n "How fhnnellt that smoko goes up," pair of sharp sciksom clip it even with remarked Job Shuttlo this morning. tho top of tho tube. Be careful not to cut run world's murcuaxt zrAiusii. " Yes, it fluos," replies tho oldest boy, A Norwegian statistician namod Kiacr or squeeze tho tube with tlio scissors. and thoy both retired to allow the puns mado up somo curious and InterestSee that no lint or thread remains on has timo to crystallizo on tho fragrant air. tho wick,- - and that it has not been ing figures in regard to tho merchant Kcto Haven HcgMcr. marine of tho world. He aggregates ttfa pushed out of its perpendicular position Yon frequently hear ot excitable pooand cut diagonally. Clusu tho enp over entire tonnngo of tho seas, counting ouo ton of sicam vessels as equaling three plo being tranRported to tho seventh tho tubo, put tho chimnoy in place, and temporary happiness, the lamp is ready for use. If those di- of sailing vessels, to bo 27,120,133 tons, heaven by a littlo A day after they would givo anything of wliich Great Britain controls 14,000,-00rections have been etrictly followed, it f. Tho ton- in tho world for a certainty of being or more than will, when lighted, yield a broad, nage accredited to twonty of tho leading nblo to mako a landing in tho first straight-edge- d llamo without n notch or indentation in it, and furnish u cle r, ports, omittyng vessels of less than fifty heaven. Tu Miton'a wocthnrt'i nun u Noll, steady, pleasant light. Try it and sco. tons, is as follows : called the tlllaga belle ; And $b Liverpool S,tT,S73 Doatoa tadGhtT- Emma P.Ewing,inCtlcago Tribune. London 3MA.C33 3,XU,C88 towo When hopa had mad th Miton bold t,4Viw St John. N. n....2KUI7 o:ivw On night hU lor for Noll h toU'd, ki i SkMt-Httt- KcriirmiKiI acsr. HOMK XKMAHKAMK HOGS. X'l.KASAXTJtlKS. Wixmrs IHLHAM . EGETAKEPfUS CHURCH MKTH0niHT,8OUTH.-Ha- MRMrTMIT. T. nwrvwHAHJii, ii a I'hil.-ulclph- And alf Bilious Complaints Pf to tako, LIVER llii(j dleea-e- rORTHH rmrrlT epre uwi no (rfp. J DItT. H. Herrlee, 11M M. 8nn4av aiAralne afid HURDKTT A UII. Wh bMtt ewcrpt lha third. Prayet HeetlM every Sunday Hcawel at Thurixtay nliht A. it. A.'jrX'OIllV33 M A I nev. n. v lornton, nupennteniieni. tM-lMT. VKRNOB, KV. Hervlce J. M. IS A1TIMT. Kit. tour inBaoca, Paator. on rieroml and Biinoay, morning ana T.w.vaaaON. WAiiaca g. night. Prayer Mratlrg every Wrdnraday after noon a vw AW. vko. .lalra. jto-iImci- ROBBED Thftnmndtergratei af nnually robbnt oflhel elcllma. llfre nrelenred hinrlneeaand health re stored by ut of the great ouperinirnueni. onrVrondtad at t Is. Jo ciunnay Dcnooi limit r m, H, K. Harrow OHRIrtTI AN.davWcnhlp by the rongmi'tlnn Onv Oflca In Owtley rrearhlna-hIr. J. W. I fourth lnnl'i day. Rnnday rkhool Mereranre, Arr'X'oitNjaYM a.m' xv.a.v, HT.HLYIHII. KV. A on'a T. W. W R VAHNON, nw building-- up d s)oo-tnclo- imix-iiVcttj- r loug-liAire- d i lou of energr, kaaol auenceof memory, unUrraal laaelludr, rin la the bark, llranemofTUIon, prematura old age, and many other dlneaaea that lead to coniuinittloa aAda XTSend for elrrnlara with by null. The ISVItiOKATUH by ell ll oM at It per toi.or ill boin for 14, aecurely ilrmeliu, or will be tent free by mall, eealed, on receipt tf price, hj a.ldrelnf Adameitrret,Toletlo,Ohlo. Il-ly- r Hole Kent for lbs United Statea. 113 trnry. Innimt ly tcrri n( any kind,) Imt'f a that Wlow s nVflfciirnn, and all Which roellltely and permanently ruree GERMAN IN VIGORATOR! ijnWnYTKUIAN, Wrdnredtr nlghta. Paperlnlendent. 1. KtlllTII. IVhool alt.50. John W. Union rrayer Meeting on !(. . H. nf-ti- nt el Api!. OBIraonlJimaaier M. l'RXTON, rrAr1lHI, aVi Will practice In lb IXuiliof Unrein and adanj lha uiivlfir Ueull and (lirl allentlun fcll iiret. given lerollecllon II. OPERA HOVIE. hTArUTiUIl. KY.- A'l'l'OHNJuY A'l' DAMVILIX, KY., Will praellra In lb Court of eouatle and In the Court ef A Ar.BX.ANDHKSON, JL.A.W, In aid adjelnlag -- a !. r. J, VIIKNKT, W.l P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. BlieefSMaa-e.'lOlM- ss trim-filin- CARTErtS KUht romelete lU ot rVen- ery Healing rapacity, wringing gauery, iuu. llratnnahla ratra to gmd altractlona. AddveM . And Mailer tXtmmlnioner MT VKUNtlN, " KV. Will pracllc In the llrKkcull CuuvU. Offlra In Oouil-houl(Hy. a J. Attoruoy A.t. Jiv. B. rlBH, Cnller-Uo- n H a atov. llVER iTTLE T8 Stanford Female College. .STANl'Oltn. HY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thlalnilllullonwlllepenll Tblrteeoth rVewtUa ontaa7d Momiay in nepiemner neat. Al.l. TllK llUANCIIKSOr A Offlre HUIKUION UMNTIHT, rirANPtinu, kv. Houlh Mda Main turvat, twe doer "liEBrrUUKirMAN, IhaMyrralloUI. rureMtreu Uxld (Ut tdrulaUUreJ quired. UK. W. H.( ahav wkea re- "I JtTlLU- DolltlMt'. M. l'HHUY, Offir (IM-ly- - KENTUCKY. long-legge- n' Pltk g iuiplo-moat- after rating, l"aln In Iho fiuir, Ac. While their moet rcaaik (bin auntet hoe brro thown lu curloj ItnwlAcha and rdlero all tho trouble Inct-dtt- it to n billou etata of tho eriU m, auch ai CURE from 8 to II A. M.tnd Ollraaver rwbl.H. l.ylle'a alora. 1 ailnlilerrd weeu nermaarf. totr. our aI t Aneelhellc T. J. DONaM.Y, THOnOUGHENClatGHCOUnSE Are taught, well aa House Painter & Paper Hanger i;-7u abseut-mindedncs- JTralAfhc.yrlCartrr'etJltIcLlTrrPUliarofiaally xaluahla In Ointlutlon, enring and prrrcullnjr correct thla annoy alldleonlrraiif Iho etonich, rtlmulito the llrrr audrrgulatelhaboMCla. Krcnlf theyoolcural SICK HTANFOHD. KV. MUBIU, THE LANOUAOK. DHA.W. INQ AND PAINTIMU. TERMS MODERATE I. TiitlUfi ntlea rare from ttS to SAO In la regular Department. l"ilmarT,li, InUraiedlat M0; Prepamtoiy, IM, and Oallrglata, M. for mil particular, a la Hoard, Ae..dJraa . TMIIKIIKAKT. tTlnrltml, MUM. H. Stanford, IJneoln Co., Ky, "M4NN Chicago KOUTJB. d AchritbfTWCTildraImotprlcclrtotboeeih eafli-- HEAD ACHE MEDiaSE -- Louisville, New Albany & Railway. from this dlstrlns complalnl; but f r their coodncee doee not end lure, and thoeo -- nooncoirTWJfniwmmm iuiwmu.i lelneomansfwayathattrirywiunotixwi without Uicm. l'.ataflor all ikfe head do ortn-tiat- eJ HALL'S BjaMaBWwawaraTaaaaaajjrawaaraawaJ tiik tj.vi',v uNK;nuMmmi rullmim 1'alHCo CMrst ANU SOLID THAINd LOUISVILLE Hrm-U- TO CHICAGO Ii t notmna ef f o tnanx IItm that here la where we Our pUU euro It while mako our frrcat bout. others do not. tlrtcr'a LUth llrcr TJJa arn very fmall and TcryctnytoUVn. OnaortwoIiUlemakcadoae. They aro atrlctly TtgeuUo and do not grlpo or tmrKT, but by th.lr puitlo action pljaeoallwho liaothera, ialalaallCrtits fiTafortl. bj diucgist" eviry wbuc, or Mnt by mail. Catarrh :Rube aeWwae"a-aww?.B- Nurica. Paaeenger irwaj ta aaai-vlll- e llranchofl. A H. II. IL arrive la Idvlevllla Uielhetvrnlng train f lha "Mow InlliueU Houir' ana go mrvugu m l , J d 13 RECOMMENDED AY rnTSiaAKa 'nna (Irrcurastlr. Cranrorllllt'1 LabjetU and t'hlcAffo ltlthoat cUaBBf. T1WK TAIILK. BTA flONS. CARTER CO., Kcir York. TAKE THE- R, W. Citarrh of tho Naaal Catarrh 01 & MISSISSIPPI roa tiik Uloaratlvel Throat. It la taken acta DIRfOTLV upon thaBlooil nnd tha Syatem. It Mueoua aurtnooa of Purtner In tho ltria heat Blood ALL that la WORLD, nnd ta worth charged for It, for THAT olono. INIERKAIi rrr-- m p'S'.Ctoor Ihtlly. 7 I UI 1 Lvr. IDulvllle. Air. llfenraiim. " CrawforJevlll. " lalayetU -- ... Chicago tlpra a re I IS am J ao am Mam tot lnlly. am 101 pa e. East, West and North raoM LOUIHVILLK to CINCINNATI, the Kut Vkn tn Cincinnati and ralararjleeplniCira to Cincinnati. Waihlnc-toIlaltlinore, I'hlUdelphla and New York.wlth- - ONLY j7 ITIC-.l'nlJ. X Z&J.AA and the North. Vrm JTk " Thetaoetdlmt roou, wllb enlr on thasgaef ran, lo all ilnU la Wleroueln, MlnaeaoU. Iowa, rw iurwTM,p.i.- -i pii-neoraaia, tiik u i. a.. jui;uAi aai-uAnd v offer Ona Hundred Oollara tor -nny Ualavltle, Ky It wlllnovqurej. Its. CaaoofOntTirrh ANV CASF. ivnf. Oo,l Offlce of A. T Brrwiat Unicioo, HI .June 4, IttoX. rET?l'!V9ltSSt!53MaBw'HH tU. lUtda. U Afrwrt. J. CV"f .1...I.M In Infrrmln. vrtd .. I .E. Dial 1 Iumo uaeJ llalVa Catarrh Curvx It baa CUBE FOSlCATARSa pn ma I It put MAiiKinuu e- . m . aay that It will curwany raaaof Colarrb If Ubco , outcnangr. tvp,y. v... 0, pno-lial- torn WOISVILLE t X 3?a.lXlS 8T.U0UIS and tteWe.l. Northwcetand rtoulhwoat, with Palace fireplug Can on sight tram, iouiiTiiie i ou louu. 2 ni 1A TTnnnc 1QISVI fXE ST. LUU1S. ", from LOUIHVIM.E lo 2rn-5! .. rauurhforwyrar. a,, dmakler It worth liaCOatotlla. HTM! brail pnwVVS-'.yjP- f Jlantifactnml and mblbr OllIO. iH ITvwIatora, TOUOjO, t WOBTII 810 A llOTTLi:. McaRAT. Jackacn, Hlch.. wriua Hare bad Ti. vijminmMt W THKORIAT Through Trunk Line For aal In Ulaolurd by Penay A McAUater. INUIANArOLIS.CIII-CAU- and tho North, with Day Coachea and Chair Can through without change. Now Vork HOW IT 1'AXS TO TAUB A XH.WSVA-1'ISI- C. MinclUoi Somo papers nro not ot much account as to appearance, but I never took one that did not pay me, in some way, mora than I paid for it. Ouo tiuio an old friend of mino started a little paper away down in Southwestern Georgia and scut it to mo, and I subscribed just to encourago him, nml ulter nwliilo it d a nolico that an administrator hud an order to sell uuer.il loU ut public outcry, ami ono of tho lots was in my county. So I inquired about tho lot, and wroto to my friend to attend, tliu sale and mil it up to $50. Ho did tn. and bid mo oft the lot for ami I nolil it, in a month, to a man for $100, ami bo 1 mado $08 clo.ir by tukiug that piper. My father told mo that when a young man ho pair n notion in it paper that a school teacher was wanted away off in a diutaut county, mid 'ho wont there and got tho situation, und n littlo girl was sent to him, aul after a while slio grow up mighty sweet and pretty, and ho fell in loo with her find married hor now, if ho liuln't tukrn that paper, what do joti .it' havo becomo of mo? Would i'l f U been somo other fol'o r, or m iy be u . at all 1Is)iccll Vourlrr pub-lislics 37S,C03 L,tM,:6 Ortenoik 62.1,375 imuuieipuia Xi'i,3ll Hull 4M.4J4 Hwt lUrtltjool . .srj,'M ... 472.HSJ San FreoclKo.. .21JI8 NawrMt'o BunJfrUml .... 4JU,(W IIrro ..ZU,tiM Hamburg 211.0ns .. 3Aliur. lluoelom . Uretueu North WilrlJi. . W hUa XK,MV 3IT,NSy Oenoa W,X Tiiia statement makes Now York, tho fourth port of importance in tho posIt appears session of largo vessels. from this gentleman's investigation that Europe, with only about 7J per cent, of the area ot tho entire globe, controls about 75 cr cent, of tho mercantile marine bf the world. After Europe comes America, with about 20 per cent., leaving only 5 icr cent, to all tho other Ua predicts, however, that continents. IV; tuuu is not far distant when China will becomu a foruihlnble competitor for a part of tho carrying trade howdono in KttroiKMii and American liottoms. Americans uill also lm glad to learn from ono who has evidently given much study to this subject that hu believes tho United tith Eugluud u StatcH u ill mioii Kirtinn i.f thociurjiag trade' now done th hitter. to Uii neck the fondlj clung, And Unlngly her hand be wrnnff. Her amUment with hie Juit chimed, he thought well timed, And bh And haling toll'd hie loro to well, wUUpcrtd he might ring the belle. Sho Loulietlle Thel.Mp. haifalacarJIotplngCara from liouiullle to New York without change, arrltlag at Waablagton 3.11 p. ni. next day ni. Eipreaa (dally) from LOOK AT THIS I Afflicted, Attention t?lB po a Cf Q DR. GAM'S REMEDIES! FOR THS MILLION. MANUKACTUUEU II Y W. K. UANN, U Honrs Ahead of All Competitor!. Knilrrantaand Honie-Seekt- ri rla the O.AM. R'r liaro Through Day Coachea on all tralni. Hate no midnight change. Arrive at St. Uiuia 2 hour! in advance oiotner iinee, lueieny tecurmg mora time for making change ol can and getting Srit choica ol aouu in can ut coonccung line. Inadvanotof other line to lojlaninolla and Chlcagoaod thannly line lilting Ita patron a II- louo riue along ... auorei ui lako Micnigau. , , lk-- .. lue ,. .1.... ....... tAV. ..ni. I. v MI'I'. ui iiiiiv. maf, Ageuiaoi connecung jinea or aouroia lKaeiILM. lllLUWN. rloulhrrn l'aaaenffer All.. B. B.Cor. Fourth A Main la.,loulavllle. W. B. SltATTUC, (Jen I PaMenger Agt Uen'l Manager. er has novor yet been ublo to learn how to reach over hor shoulder and belay tho looso end ot an escaping suspender. Tliat is an art that cannot bo acquired. It is born with man, and is ono ot thi v exclusively manly graces, With all hor practice Dr. Mary 'Walk- P., MONTICEIXO. KY. The world It Blled with lha wonderful, beautl- oi man, yet an tna rul and Intricate lavrnuen combined talent and genlu Ihit the world ha ever known baa never prelum! anything lhl caa compare with "Ir. Ilann't Urmedlae " Medical to klllandaelencabate.a el, tailed of dlacover tha them, fir the cur any thing whlih Ihcy are recommended. Ai their virtue and uar are pralanl by thouanla throughout I he length aud brndth ol lha land, and a standard Faiullr Mnllrlne. they cannot be tnl are fully uUUnllated by the For Uougha, CAlda, Croup, Hroocbltl. Cuuiuuip-lio- n and all Illwaaraa el tb Throat and Lung, WlthHt Change and with Sped UsrhaM SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE rftOM U1UUUILC TO Tllg a. O a. SOUTH & WEST Llllle ttoek, Montgomery, Atlabta, hatuaaa, JackaoBvllle, Mettle, and New OtUaa. iit.i. PULLMAN. CARS xwbii!, Va?hi, IUui 'i COXrtMIOH. channlug daj, lajr dear. An Auguit dtjr aorue jreara ago From ni ou ran away, tnjr dear, Down through the ehaded walk, you know. I aaw xour fluttering drajierjr trera liko enow; White Uiroujhh "' I followed to the graixrr, And there I found you all ag'ow. And when I kluod your cheek, iny dear, To pay you for the way you Too immed your llju to eueak, luy dean Do yon remember what you aald? love" ah, yea, you did You aald; red 7 Why, then, I I'nor, "' le'l-laconlen )uu did Vou aald: "I what )ou etld I 1 loie t J. P. uncinnaii. BEST ROUTE T0FL0RIDA la Palaea Uare Without U1UL, Taaaenger Agent, Lelanoo.Ky. Chang. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Fro line Dr. Ghiiii'm Cough Nyrup. Loslitlllela rlacaCarwlthantclag, nd, THE BEST OF ALL For Liver Cbuplalnt,riyiriiala, Indlgeatlon.JauD-di- e. Conallutlog, tluur blouarl) and all lllllou lleaae, Uho Dr. Uhiiii'h l.lvvr Cure. Dr. Ohiiii'h I.IiiIhicuI. llurni, FUtult and all EMIGRANTS .1r.k.,B,Jhome oath road will receive arcclal low ratea Bee Agent ol Ihl Cnrnpanr for lalee, reutu C. P.A1HUKCG.P. 4T.A. Ac.crwtli HI Loulaellla. Kr. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. -- THE MOOT DEHIRABLK "I ee l.." gre LINIMENTS fob miiMrD - ffi For Uheumallam, Neuralgia, Hpralnl, Brklan and rJwelllnge an piterual appllrallon fur man or beajt Uho Uho Uho WEiamxa "How muck better you heard it was Je,Mf..S.I" MYt, I kre gIad 3a Biiown (I'liiliutiiio) ygUBJi en Hall's Cslswh Cure. Have not all 'olf between you and MLu Rowos-liett.- " It has mad a Wobblusoa (estketo)-- ," Ya-aM m wU (a 'M b wettk t5t a bottl-- lo Incompatibility of complexion I she eawplils ewe By om tUt Ut lbs catarrh." iliut tnit uiv f uruitchar I" Not at all Tho lUcordtt intends to intimate that tho Baptists of ness." " How dreadful 1" murmured tho lady; Missouri aro not Baptists that thoy "and Dean Stanloy wrote bo glowingly havo got into tho wrong font, as it were. Chicago Alliance. of the place and never said a word about it." Cincinnati Enquirer. Texas has a new law making it a mis demeanor to injure baggsgo by handtill WAS XUllJIKK. Of ths two general classes of specula- ling it " maliciously, carelessly or recktors ill the stock market, those who try to lessly." force up tlio prices of utocka ore called Tub total number of names In the "bulls," and those who try to crowd medical registry of tho county of Now Yorkisubout ,100. Moro than half, sack, hoy I " said Ciar-cUi- them down aro called "boars." 'A MUL-SKA Chicago paper tells of a niaa who jt about 1,2(10, are without diplomas or to Ms oldest daughter. " Look at complaining that ho had invested a affinity to any medical system. vi ycr firvt motber. Sho wasn't allora wik-i- n' as rather largo sum of money in Wall street seal-ski- a Backs. No, sir, a for lost it all, A sympathizing friend Oon ktriving against nature is liko sathified ker, and wo Icam that and aolJinga wesUicroock with oiio'a hand; lilies of asked him whether ho had been a "bull" when sko went to church tho oro "bear," Ho replied, "Neither; I is soon as tlio force U taken oX it veers raluo wwfl't rigad up like hec," igaiu with the wind. was a jackass." th ie fig-le- af Tho following rules havo been given by which tho weight of cattle con be ascertained appproximately by : Tako tho length of tho back from tho curvo ot tho tail to tlio fore end of tlio shoulder blade, and the girth around tlio breast just behind tlio forelegs. Theso dimensions must bo taken in inches. Multiply tlio girth by tho length; and divide by li L If tlio girth is IciKthon thrco fcot, multiply by 11 ; U between thrco and flvo feet, multiply byJKS ; if between seven and nino feet, mtdtiply by 31. If tho animal is very must bo added. lean, Another rulo is to tako all dimensions as beforo, in foct, and then multiply the squaro of tho girth by tlio length, and that product by 3.80. Tlio result will bo pounds. If you dosiro to know what an animal will ilrebs, multiply tho livo weight by tho decimal ,C05; tho product approximates to tko actual net weight very closely. cattle ur measure. incatt-urcnic- iit IDKA OF TllK AltOK- ioixals. Sieakingof his visit to England, John T. 'Raymond Bald at a London dinnerparty tho lady ho escorted to tho tablo said to him in a very earnest voico : really an "Mr. Raymond, American? You nro not in the least AX " aro-you BXailHlt BEAST. liko my idoa of ono I " "jl aju, an American, but not an aboriginal," responded he. 'An aborigiuall You moan an 'Tlmt reminds mo to ask if you have much trouble with tho Indians in Now York?" "No; wo havo got them pretty well under there," was tho reply. "And are they do thoy dross as you In-dia- m STVlWliO CATS AXUI'AUUOTS. Asked, in Philadelphia, if tho stalling ot pets woa not going out of fashion, an ancient taxidermist says: "No, I think not Wo doaprotty good trado with canaries, and onco in a whilo we havo a parrot, but, as for cats and dogs, thoy'ro going out ot style. When we sco a bony, ancient-lookin- g woman, with corkscrew curls, como into tho shop, wo immodiatoly concludo tlmt sho has a out or a parrot to be stuffed, nnd nino times out of ten wo ore right." JOKKS OV TllK RELIGIOUS 1'UKSS, Tho lllbllcul Jleconlcr ofllnns that "Tho Baptist of Missouri ArE "Ust ABOSt iA Hh"s -- X." Wo hopo it docs not moan to intimate that thoy nro Oilo.') Indejisndenl. -- rorl'Ilea, Ileuonholda, lulUr dlaraava, it raa " IUI. For mom than athlnlof accntarytlie MeileanMiietaiinrllnlmentliaBlxten known to mllllona all over tho world as tlio only Bo.ro rcllanco for tlio relief of accidents- runt naln. It Is a modlolno abovo prieo and pralso the teat of lie kin J. JorcvcryfoimoruxtcrualjxUn Dr. Ghhh'h IMIo Oliiluicut. Dr. Ghhh'h HUlcr-Swcct BOUTK TO Fur Freeh Cut, Huriu, Ulcer and Old Bore, CINCIBTKATI! And decidedly lb Popular Bout, aflbrdlog. aa II doe, leu change and uperlof acceattaodauae ! MEXICAN uouilur-- l J.UU A1UX1CILU Q It lieii.frat.a 41..V, nn.l iniivl. Inl tiie wary bone making tho oontlnu;j unoo or pain nnil iimjiinmauon impoa-- i alblo. JU effecta upon 1 Ionian Mr all and I Mastenir Ltnlmont is vrlihont an orraat. tliollniioCrrnllon oro equally The North, Northweet and Weet. la fact, If you A Kellttil Todlc. Appetlarr and Rlood l'urlttr, wnt mplate a trip la any direction, your later eat aud lo cure Dyiwpala, Indlgeatlon, Liver will bbetervdbr purcbaalngyour ticket via Couiplalnl, UaUrial cver and all periodical ICCaod Cincinnati. PuMaaa Palaoa Car; aa UlMaie. Wanafacturtd and for aal. by gant Nw bay Coachea, and handwwaly furnlih. kino tha uaeo,ual4 cd Kecllnlng Chair Car , aqulpuieuUof thi Old lUlltble, thereby Uaklag a trip over thi Una oo ol luxurloua comfart tad TA1I order Sola proprietor. Uootlcello, Ky. pleaaura. Try It. M-- tl by taall will recelre piouipt attention. TIMli TABLE. IM EFFG- - JULY . OilltUlCIIt. UMoDr.GHUu'MNtowncb Dlttcra Mlnouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, w. ic. m:. x., IM. MUSTANG Liniment la nocdnl hv aomcbotlr In I every liouso. Kvery duy brlnpi nows of 9 iiieagouyaian aufiuiarauuor linrit I Blllxluod. of rlieumatlo niartvr. ro-- 1 BtortMl, or a aliublo liorae or pxl MIIU Lfy mv UUUU1 (HlTf Vt Ui IUUI GHESAPEAKUND OHIO RY. Lv. EOUTU. Wo. a. I Ho. . t No. II, do?" O yes ; in Now York city thoy aro groat snobs, but at Niagara falls thoy rnn about in tho simplicity of nothing- " Oh, Not at all. LINIMENT which BTiorilllr eurxi ocb ollments of I Uio HUMAN FLUSH oa Hliauiuatlim, Ntvelllnf;, OtlrT rh J HO e c H - o Kentucky's Routo roa 'Tb.ouI Una ruuulug East Arr. l'arla. Lva. " raiuiuuiu.u. Cjulblna Covington.,,. Arr. II It Pari. lalnglon.. iacj MllhTiburg. (Man lUpa Upa m Hit y u i II IS a t It p la 10 mini a p au u Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPIN0 OARS Lva. I'arla O cs aW 111 P ef1 Arr. " Cirli.le.. - P3 'oiuii, touiracicu iiauacica, afiinia ana nraiua, luie, urniiea nun Hpralua, I'olaououfl Ultra nl , ONI Mings, fitimieii, Norcs, Nora Clce.-a- , tll.laliia. I'rcxl Nipple, CaU l, ami luuceu every form or txurnui at' It lieaLi Ciuutiom It ruma iau Iho llKUTO without acara, for Hpralit, MHrliiujr, Ntlflr Jnluta, l'ouuilera ITariiaaa Korea, Hoof li'oot Kol, brrc.r tVorm, Ncal, lfollovr llnrli, Mcrateuee, Vliid- ItlllBbone, Sail. Npawin, Tliruali, 1'lllu upon Pall Uvll, the Nlajht and every other ulliueut to xvhleli tna oreupaula of Iho Ihn Meilran MuUUg LliiliuentPJ aiwuya Tm fl .1 f A SOLED TRAIN LeHlMlllV,C'lHrlHMHUHHtlI.fX iHKleta, JKyM ..... I 19 a ui u II pen Wlnchoter la 1) ui 7 II pia BO 1 W p u ItOpu Itlcbuieud.... 11 10 M piil 12 OS Lancaiter 10 0 pin II M Hlanlurd June Arr. Koatu, NO. I. I MO. Ho. I. Lv. r.ii Uytlll. , ... pu t top u 00 p a 7 It p w 111 pm te II T 80pm - pat put put 10. Lva. Stanford June Lancaiier ... Arr. l'arli....... Lie. llayitlll " " hicbiuond... Wlncbcatcr.,. o 10 a ui a so a u 8 30 a 1 1 JO 3 13 I 00 ui put piu p ui p ui iu ui 1 OApla 5 Mpai 1HBB WASHINGTON CITY. Connoctlog S5 CD awl 11 13, euros ami uuvi.r uuupjwuiui )oaltlruly P (D P ef-CD lu aaw. drpul with tut train lor Lva. Lealngtoa Arr. ' (iilll.U... . Ullleriburg , B THE BEST OF ALL M The Direct Route to Lynchburg;, Norfolk, Daa-vlll- e, Stkbkt Talk. "I t4 jtf. s. No milter how Med ths conHituliou may be from diseue or excess, the Orett rcttores it xraaaiieDt- Geruaa larUe-rsto-r ly, Soe sdverlUesMnt. For ! hr Pen ny & McAlItter. LINIMENTS lt VAX o 3 n O ZT CD ef-- CD" M All Virginia and North Caroliaa Points. For ticket ywnr BOftfrat HO 01 MAW. and further lufunaillou, apply ta to . wiuivw JAMhN V. KKNNT, For ticket, rale aud Information peilalnlog to Uul Wtileru Aleut, Ac, a 10W MnlHNIlAulvllT,l(y, tlaia, oonuectlou, W, P:call n or adi Auair. McllOUEBTri, Wanfacd, Ky, V, W. NMITH, M. W. FDLI.EK, P Kaluioulh..... i lit Arr. Cuvlngtou No. n Lr. Ui. lOOaiu, Arr. Majivllle 00 ui Nu its Lr. HayivlllatlOau, Arr. Ul.lH a hi pm no. ji ur ix. oopui, Arr. No. i Lr, Myvlll 1 0 p ia, Arr. Lai. 4 00 p n Nu. Lr. Cuv. 1 20 p ui, An. Falmouth 7 !W p ui No. i Lv. Falmouth 013 am, Air. Cbv. 1 10 a ui Nim. I audi daily blweu Klchmond, Uilngtau and Cuvlngtou; all other dally icept Bunda j, " Part. ...... " rvntblana. . iua u 'j a p ui I II u IUiii IM p in lOIHau It) u 0M u 1141a 7 lllii lllpu ii IMia i it Wan lUau I lu a ni Hyviuu liavi vwve, Speoial Rates a, W.UCMDKK, miffraata auwowM, (iLn'L afanaifar. aUchmooJ, ueui raaar Vlr4U. ari ouprlBln4BL Oea'l Pm. i FrL A4,