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Semi-weekly interior journal: October 5, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883100501_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 5, 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. 9emi lieeUii ttlefla f IwtftmL 2 VOLUME X.-NUM- BER 510. How Cootl Men fall, A llrnadway car conductor has been probing human naturo to its lowest depths. A few evenings since, lcforo starting, he scattered over the scats ol his car several of those white racial counters, stamped in imitation of quarters. He desired to see who would take them and who wouldn't. Tho Hon. enteral the car. Ho is a great lawyer. Ho owns many gcnulno STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER Tht Crentett Ohelitk Winter in Auttmlia, 5, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 187. W. P. WALTON. . Editor and Proprietor Vnhllnhrit Ttiemtavn niitl Frlilny, a.no lvian niM don't eiei-p- l annum. J; tltnipi In payment of In mat, chant. enJ lima of nomination! not nrer I lire, eenti. mb.I Tht Elopement Season. Tho young woman 'whoso roraantio demands havo not been fully mot by tho closing summer resort season, has juit started out toretrlove herself and bring Increased joy to the hearts of ber males. She has dono this by opening the olopement season at a much earlier date than usual. This IntcnsiGcs tho growing interest in tho newspapers, supplies romanco to all the girls who havo somehow failed to meet in a campaign of summer tlirting and makes tho eloping girl a greater heroine than sho could possibly by a qulot, proper wedding in church or at homo, with the usual ar rny ol bridesmaids and presents. Philosophers and social economists havo cudgled their brains for many yean to account for the gradual but undoubted increaso of elopements. Somo havo claimed that tho moving causa was tho desiro for romance. Others havo attributed It to tho ex ceeding cheapness of this method of getting marriod. Hut tho majority have agreed that tho young girl has become anxious to escape tho butter knives, cheap spoons, clocks and rugs with impossible horses and dogs so freely sent young brides, and that an and easiest way elojicment is tho to avoid this infliction. Tho early opening of the season ought to enable the philosophers and economists to reach a wiso conclusion and report by Philadelphia Times. next year. bo-co- lst Mao is the only animal that can bo Uugbt to sleep quietly on an empty stomach. Tho bruto creation racnt aa effort to coax them to such a violation of tho laws of nature. Tho lion roars in the iorest until ho has found his prey, and when he has devoured it ho sleeps until he needs another meal. Tho horse will paw all night in the stable, and the pig will squeal in tho pen, refusing all rest or sleep until tboy aro fed. The animals which chew the cud have their own provision just before dropping oil to their nightly slumbers. Man can train himself to the habit of sleeping without a preceding meal, but only after a long years of practice. As ho cornea into the world nature is loo strong for hira and ho mutt bo fed bo fore be will sleep. A child's stomach is small, and when perfectly filled, if no sickness disturbs it, sleeps naturally. Ao digestion goes on the stomach begins to empty. A singlo fold in it will raako tho little sleeper restless; two will waken it; if it is hushed again to repose tho nap is short, ami three folds put an end to tho slumber. Paregoric or other narcotic may close its eyes again, but without cither food or some stupefying drug it will not sleep, no matter bow healthy it may be. Not even an angel who learned tho art of minstrelsy in celestial choir can sing a baby to sleep on au empty stomach. Cut at the right timo and properly cured there is no part of the corn plant but what is nutritious. The stalks are full of pith that is rich iu ugar; the ahucks and fodder, while not quite equal to tho best hay, are better than any other of the rough feeds. Various estimates are made as er and its to tho valuo of merits aa compared to hay. Much depends on the variety of corn, tho season and the time of cutting both the fodder and the grass. For instance, some stacks cured iu the usual way contain about 10 per cent, only of digestible matter; cut in early tassel, CO per cent, Timothy hay cut in early blossom has been placed at G2 per rest., whllo timothy cut when tco ripe has given by analysis' as low as IU per cent, of digestible matter. Hon est formers thero are who valuo a ton of corn fodiler properly curod equal to a ton of best hay. Others s place the value at about that of hay. To fatten young poultry, they must be cooped up in a clean, airy, but shaded coop, set up some distance from the floor or ground. The coop muet have a slatted bottom, so as to allow the droppings to fall through, ami be removed or covered with dry loam. Feed regularly, as often as three or four times a day, as the birds will eat up clean. In a week they will de to kill and send to market. corn-foddtwo-third, You wouldu'tsuppososuch a man would stoop to pick up a genuine niccoin tho street. Hut he sat rightdownon tho bogus quarter. When ho got up to Icavo tho car tho quarter was not there. Ho did not rido far. Perhaps ho thought that ho had made expenses on that trip. "Bold and got tho money," murmured tho con, a big banker, ductor. Mr. got in. Ho sat nearono of tho quarters. Then ho glanced Then ho saw it. around to sec who was looking. Then ho looked at tho presumed coin again. Then ho looked up at tho car ceiling. Ho shifted his seat in an absent minded sort of way. And when ho departed tho coin must havo stuck to him, for it was invisible "What shadows we are nnd what shadows wo pursue!'' quoth tho conductor. Tho conductor now set two more bogus quarters. Tho car was at Fourteenth street. An actor entcrd. Boon a coin struck his lino of vision, .lust thon ho seemed to feel tho heat of tho day. Ho took off his hat. In a dreamy sort of way he laid the hat over tho quarter. Ho caught it as ho would a butterfly. Tho hat and tho butterlly must both havo gouo on his head together. "Poor human nature!" murmured tho conductor. New York "Alas, poor YorlckP Graphic. For Kicking hi Wifo. A nowspaper correspondent who has recently made a visit to tho Massachusetts State Prison at Concord, relates an interesting incident which ma ny will bo inclined to look upon ns illustrative of tho fact that Divino retribution is not always delayed in its application until tho future life is entered upon. He says: "I was standing in tho main hull, engaged in conversation with tho dote uty warden, when I observed an old man advancing through tho corridor who was dragging his right leg lxihind Jiiin. It was perfectly useless, and hung like u mas.) of lead. I asked tho warden about his history, and ho told mo that ho had been sentenced for life for kicking his wife to death, and that soon after ho entorod tho prison tho leg which ho had used for that puroso began to grow useless, and till now it was entirely do void of life." A correspondent of tho Washington Capital says: "A Wall street broker friend ot initio says hh firm are borrowing all the money they want at two per cent, a year, nnd charging six per cent, fur the use of It. 'We cleared 815,000 on interest alono in the month of August,' said my friend. Whn our customers order ui to buy certain shares of slock for them they put up ten or cent, of tho total in vestment, and that mokes us responsible for ninety per cent. If the stock is loft idlo on our hands for any length of time wo charge interest on that ninety per cent. Bo, you ceo, if the market is lively tho profit lies in tho commissions; if the market is dull it is in tho iuterest. Iu either caso wo como out ahead." 25-cc- Tho Washington correspondent of tho Cleveland Imltr wrilcs: Tho Washington monument is tho wonder of Washington, nnd its beauty the ad' miration of both Americans nnd foreigners. Already over 350 feet high, it rises from tho banks of the Polo mao a great whito marblo shaft, piercing tho cloud, and backed against tho bluo oi tho sky. It is already tho grandest obelisk tho world has ever seen, and in tho leans of tho future, should tho nations of tho day pass away, leaving no moro records of their progress than the mighty ones of tho Egyptian past, it will surpass tho Pyramids in tho wonder of its construction. It is already higher than tho Third Pyramid, and within a hundred feet of tho sizo of tho second. It is taller than St. Peter's Cathedral, and when finished it will bo tho highest tho structuro in tho world. Cathedral of. Cologno, 012 feet high, is tho tallest work in tho world. Next comes the Great Pyramid, 183 feet high; then tho Strassburg Cathedral, 473 feet; then the Second Pyramid, 153; then St. Peter's, 430; St. at Vienna, 4 13; and St. Paul's at London, 381. When a Juixiia in Politics. judgo is nominated for an important political ofTiro bo ought cither to resign his seat on tho bench or decline tho nomination. Tho judiciary should bo kept scrupulously clear of politics, and every judgo should bo wholly be yond tho reach of political Influence. No judge can put himself in tho hands of politicians and solicit the votes of tho people as tho head of a party without imminent danger of dragging the judicial crmiuo that ho wears into political mire. Judge Dixon, of New Jersey, is an honest man and an upright judgo. In his letter accepting tho republican nomination fur Governor of that Stato ho announces that ho prefers to await the result of the election before resign iug his scat on tho bench. This is not the right thing to do. Ho ought to havo given up cither the nomina New ork tion or his judgeship. Herald. Chemistry is the ecieuco of tho world and of tho future. The bridgo which takes tho engineer years to coustrnct, tho chemist can, in so roauy sixtieths of a second, reduce to atoms. Chemistry has given us tho balloon, it has put into our hands gunpowder, nitroglycerine, dynamite, and, ahovo all, fulminato of gold, au explosivo so that if an ounce of it be left in a stoppered bottle, its grains falling of their own among themselves weight will create n convulsion sufficient to lay Now York city in ruins. It has given us poison to subtle that, wcro wo to employ such means of warfare, wo would Bail in a balloon over tho camp of tho enemy, nnd drop up on it a shell, tho bursting of which would kill every human being within a milo of its range. To-da- y Ste-phen'a tor-rib- lo This is midwinter in Australia, writes a correspondent from Sydnoy under dato of August 0, il winter it can Ira called where snow isnovcr seen and ico a curiosity. Tho climnto of Australia is as near perfection as can be imagined. In summer the thermometer sometimes rises (o 00, or even 100 Fahrenheit, but tho atmosphere is so dry that it is novcr oppres sive. Tho only disagrccablo features to bo encountered aro tho hot winds which sometime blow from tho interior. Theso winds seldom blow but a few hours at a timo, and then suddenly tho winds blow from tho opposite quarter, causing what is hero known aa a "southerly burster." This is almost invariably followed by rain, and then thoro aro many days of delightful weather. No ono ever complains of tho weather, unless it bo of a long drought, which withers vegetation and sometimes is the cause of suffering and sometimes death to thousands of sheep scattered over tho great plains in tho interior of the country. Alt. Stephen' Funeral Hot Paid for. Tho legislaturo has refused to foot tho expenses of tho funeral of tho late Governor Stephens. Kelylng on tho dovotlon with which tho lato Governor served tho Stato, and tho fact that he died whilo in an official position, and without an immediate family, tho Slate House officers and citizens of Op or Houso Block, -Atlanta went to considcrablo expense MSAJVKIiH IN- in giving him a filling burial. Over DrtiRH, H'Ihoh, Wall Paper. MuMral CJhctHlc-nlM- , jMniiorx, IlnokM, tweniy military companies wcro in lino IiiNtriimealN, JL'hIiiIh, NtRlloiicry, Clsaix, Pnckrt nt tho funeral, and tho coffin was of Ollft, NonpH, Tobacco, C'niilcry, tho aamo pattern as that in which IjampH, ArniN, l:ri"HiHcry, Flro Machine Needles. President Garfield was buried. Tho Onr Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Hood Department t in Charge of Col. bill for tho payment of theso oxpenscs Tlios. Richards, who will Itcpalr atchC8 and CIocka Promptly and In the liest haa been hanging tiro for two months, style. tho Legislators higgling over the bills of musicians and undertakers until it has grown into a public scandal. Yesterday the Houso sat down on tho whole affair, leaving committees and private individuals to foot tho expenses. Atlanta Dispatch to N. Y. Times. M'ROBERTS&STAGG a Stanford, Ky., H.O. TUJF2JETZ I have received and am still Newspaper Ethics. "Thero is no good reason why newspapers should not observe the amenities of life whilo engaged in the controversies which It is a bad plan to havo a breeding will inovitably ariso in their interLawyers have their unwrit. sow very fat, for when in this condit- course ion "tho moro liablo is sho to destroy ten and physicians their written code her pigs by lying on them or eating of ethics. Gentlemen, the civilized them up. a Bows left to run wild make world over, can "cross swords" upon good mothers, and will generally select matters in controversy, and at the a warm, dry place to farrow. It is same timo exeiciso townrds each other for this reason that thero is so much tho "small sweet courtesies of life." boars Thero is no good reason why newspaadvantago in using of improved breeds on large, coarse-bone- per men should nut do tho same. Difd ing New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising' the best in t the market, which will he gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley. receiv- W. H. HIGGINS f DEALER IN nativo sows. The progeny secures tho good qualities from its siro with a better constitution and moro hardiness than it could get from a pedigree going back through generations which havo always had ample food nnd littlo exercise." A DounLE Ahtesian Well. Sclma has the most wonderful artesian well in the world. Two eepcrato streams of water of entirely different properties flow from this well. This effect is produced by tho insertion ot a two inch pipo within a four inch tube. Tho larger pipe descends four bundled feel; tho water has no mineral qualities, and is very cold. Tho inner pipe descends seven hundred feel; tho water is strongly impregnated with sulphur and iron, and compared with tho temperture of tho twin stream, is Sclma (Ala)Times. quilo warm. Fivo of tho London water compadraw their supply from the Thames, from which they draw 08- ,000,000 gallons a day, or of its total flow. Into tho Thames Ildw tho sowage and refuse of 900,-0- 00 people, 00,000 horses, 1C0.000 cattlo, 900,000 Bheep nnd 120,000 pigs. After filtration this water is sent to London. Tho filtration is considered satisfactory if it removes twenty-eig- ht per cent, of tho impurities, leaving seventy-tw- o per cent, to be drunk in solution by tho consumer. Philadelphia Press. nies ono-eig- hth fer they must, and that frequently, but why use tho muck rake of personal abuso instead of tho legitimate Evansville weapons of argument?" Hardware, Ilorac Shoes, IVallH, Iron, HugRy Wheel, Sloven, KpokcH, Itiiiix, Saddlcn, Groceries, luccii8warc, Hnggy Whip, Cane Mlllw, IlamcHK, Grates, Cider MIIIm, Ijip Covern, Stoneware, Corn Sucllcrx, Collars, Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and The Chicago Record, tells this story Cast Pamps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Hoofnnd vouches for its truth, of a hen in ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. that place, with a brood of 10 chick. HeIitn,lvu, ens, which sho refused to provido for, salesmen troublo, nnd as they gave her great sho ilew to tho top of a fence ono day, r.J.CUKRAN. ii. r.iiRiuiiT. put her head between a couple of the pickets aud then stepped off, thereby committing suicide. The littlo or phans were adopted by a pullet only months old, which has never yet laid an egg, but ia taking caro of the family with as much skill as an old Wholesale aud Itclntl Dealers Iu San Francisco tough hon could. Chronicle "Can you tell me, "said a frugal wife to the head of tho family, as sho handed him a pair of trousers of her own manufacture, ''can you tell me the Wo run two housos, carry tho Largost Btook in town; pay cash for difference between your wife and an our goods, which opablos us to soil you nlosor than any ono. All wo Irish piper?" "Go on, dear," was the BRIGHT & CURBAN. ask is a trial. reply! "proceed, and do your wcrst." "She difference is that ono makes the daddy's pants and the other makes the Paddies dance." Tho man fled. t Pittsburgh Telegraph. Journal. BRIGHT k CURRAN. HARDWARE, GROCERIES AND Pauy-f- "No,Joseph,theSteamIIealingCo., for the purpose of heating steam. Steam is healed be fore it is made that is to say, when you heat steam no, when you mako tho steam no well, confound you, don't you know that steam is hot, anyway, and doesn't have to bo heated by a company?" It is said that tho largest grapevine in tho United States grows on the premises of Mr. Madden iu Pike county, Ga. It is eighteen years old, is thir ty four inches in circumference nt its base, is a quarter of a milo long, and yields fivo wagon loads of grapes. A New Name fob It. Tho At lauta Conititutioii remarks that repub lican editors look under their beds beforo going to sleep, to see if Mr. Tildeu is there. This is the first timo wo have heard Mr. Tildon called by Chicago News. that name. was not formed IPHARMAC1STS MAlete -- diulxu iii- - Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fanoy Articles. I'liyiyclana' ftnei Iptloni icruratvly entupou ndid Aim I Tho question of carrying concealed deadly weapons will, probably, be brought up for legislation again this winter, at Frankfort, and result in a law, like the rest of the laws ou that subject, that will not remedy the evil. Law cannot prevent crime until public sentiment is sufficiently aroused to When the see that it is enforced. people of the State look upon a man that is a walking arsenal as an arrant coward, and refuse to countenance such men in a community, the pistol will be laid on the shelf, aud the press can do more than the Legislature to Elizabeth-tow- n bring about that result. News. A. long suffering farmer's wife, neir Hamilton, O., was supposed to bo on her dying bed, and bad bid adieu to her family, was informed by the buxom girl, who had been presiding iu the kitchen during her illness, that at tho eud of a proper interval aftcrncr deth alio (the girl) was to become mistress-o- f the household. The sick lady disapproved of tho arrangement and reHow to tell Dii'irriiEKia, "If solved to defeat it. This she did by the throat la red and smaller, no fear getting well and chauglng girls. of diphtheria; but If it looks as tho' No tattler how adej tht constitution somo ono had thrown u handful ot may be from dlttue or cxccm, Iks Orel I ashes into the throata dull gray colHerman InTiforator restore It irtuanent-ly- . Furaal by l'.n or look out. It's diphtheria's dauger fc'ee sdrertiaeinent. sigual." ny A McAlIiter. Piioiiuct ok tub Hen. The hen has iu her ovaries, in round numbers, moro thau 000 egg germs, which de velop gradually and aro successfully laid. Of theso GOO the hen will lay 20 in her first year; 135 in her sec ond, nnd 114 Iu tho third. In each ono of the following four years the number of eggs will be diminished by 20, and in her ninth year ehe will lay at most 10 eggs. In order to obtain from thorn sufficient product to cover tho expense of alimentation, they should not bo allowed to live over four years. There it said to bo good profit in rais ing onions at $1 to $1 25 a barrel. It is believed that Orango County, Now York, u now the greatest region in tho world. Tho Ches ter meadows, containing nearly 1,000 acres, aro tho principal lands devoted . to This year thero are COO acres iu that vicinity in 500 or onions, aud the total produco it is estimated will not bo less than 150,000 bushels, whilo somo put the estimate at over 200,000. The recent reduction by the Dia mond Match Co., Is over 50 per cent., or from 85,10 per case to 82.25 and 82.50. Tho first result ot tho repeal of tho tax was to increaso the profit of the manufacturers, hut a number of small makers came into the field, and this competition has forced the luclfer riug to lower their prices. Tho gaiu will bo felt in every household. onion-producinonion-growing- Pait.ii A kind of tra cing paper, which is transparent only temporarily, is made by dissolving castor oil in absolute alcohol and apply ing the liquid to tho paper with a xponge. The alcohol speedily evapbr ates, leaving tho paper dry. After the tracing is made, the paper is immersed in absolute alcohol, which the oil, restoring the sheet to its original opacity. Scientificican. TitAciNQ JKWKI.KKS! I Trade MuV. rxS" BegUterei Largest Stock of Watelira, Clocks, JcnelrjA: Silverware E,er brought lothli market, rilrra tower than and Jewelry tba LoweiLf Watelira, Clix-kred on abort notice in.l Warranted. lie-I- II ttvevyt Sal JLETJD, Nico ZHLA-IRIfcsrESS ft VeeA SHOP, llatcs. rea- Boai BuiuiLEn. Few things amuse children more than blowing bubbles. Dissolvo a quarter of an ouuco of castilo or oil soap, cut up in small pieces, in three quarters of a pint of water, and boil it for two or three minutes; then add five ounces of gly cerino. When cold, this fluid will produce the best and most lasting bub lea that can be mado. Scientific American. Of tho 117 counties iu Kentucky, 79 have newspapers published within their borders. Of the 189 papers in the State, 12 are daily, 2 144 wockly, 0 semi10 monthly and 10 mouthly. These aro derived from Ayer & Son's Nowspaper Annual. An applo trco iu Mercer county, Ky.,is believed to be niuoty years old, and has not failed to bear fruit every season for sixty years. Five feet from tho grouud it measured around tho trunk tcu feet ulno inches, aud ia believed to be tho largest apple tree iu the world. semi-weeklfig-ur- SITIAIBILIEI! sonable. lot of Horses and Fino Turnouts, The Wisconsin Stato Medical Soci ety, during its recent annual session, passed n resolution virtually declaring consumption to be an infectious disease, and urging the necessity of the proper isolation and disinfection of thoso suffering from it. In Lincoln county W. Va., there is a frisky old fellow named Thomas Fggleston who has passed his 107th birthday, aud recently walked eighteen niilca beforo dinner. Dr. Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest market, price. And caa supply I also deal in CO AI! it in any quantity. A. V. NVNATEIjTaK Stanford, Ky. J. b Munily.of Owenton, Ky., "Forjr'nenil debility llrown'a Iron Hitter doe all It recommend Itself lo do." PILES! Mir. PILES I PILES I aj: 1'HraU jMrof itUulKlollOoituJr anj taJIca chang front tbo olj reunite heretofort U ui. Tba UlKotcrjr U tbo rciull ol luTcellicatlon A'rir tHuravery for tine you ol III (rut merit, call on I'euojr A McAlIiter, BlanforJ, or W. M. W.ber, ill. Vernon, o( The diflereuco between a cat and a nil get a uuiple box free of ill wno go to iu untimely About two-Alicomma ia that one has the claws at the giiTodlo villi Uo UreadcJ dlieue, foniunilloii. ead of the paws, and tho other has the Urowu'a Kictoraut kai cared our im Ithu not been ! N.Y. boea tried on wuerotu dlinuo of uieJIcloe. bold pause at the esd of the clauee. luwi-la run bejrood tho control ludepeudeat. ij Penny A McAlliter, BUulord. and W. U. WebEdhou'i Electric Light U a wonderful er, Mt. Vernon. Dr. T. H. llucker.ol Arlington, Ind., iijra that JlcoTer)r,but not as wonderful m Hill llrown'i Expectorant li tbo met TaluabU remedy Catarrh Cur. Forsalubjr IVnnjr A Mo hi cuuiuuiillun cxlau!. For aal by IVuny A Htaufoid, and W U Webir, UI, Veruou Allster. lata t no character of IhU paluful dlieue. To ton- Job Printing1 of every kind Promy tly and Cheaply done and in the Highest Style of the Art. We have Every Facility,' such Steam, Fast Presses and New Type, for doing work, and all we ask is a trial. W. P. Walton. tu k r- - hid in Caen Wood from pursuit. The lo 180 Al.Wgal St. to begin st l;30ad is stilt' a rlM oh of several hundred hold on Mil 2 r. M, We are rfeUtkta! with I acres, The Tety pWn, but the this lilred service and struck with the suterrace and ground are lovely. One cor- perior character of our hearer. Such ner of the front exposure 1 devoted to nice, Intelligent face Moat are shop girl Friday Morning, October 5, 1883 rhododendron at a specially perhaps the and well dressed, and many evidently finest collection tn maass In Europe. Four and educated 0 one' heart ache grand Cedar of Lebanon phxnied by the to witness this stmggls for bare life, on W. P. WALTON. EDITOR Chtef Justice himself are worth seeing. starvation wages, among the working woTho place comprises between WO and 800 men of London. That nr ram I What an Ocronr.R election kavo dwindled in acre, and when we remember that It Is alternative I Dear LOUD Jesua "Come number of late years, and Ibo present only I milts from Charing Cross, the pro- quickly" and put a stop to all this misery. month will famish but two Blato con digious ralue-o- f the estalo may be estima- How infinite must be the patience of HIM ted. Fivo millions of dollars perhaps. who teste, those of Ohio mid Iona. Both knows all this a wo crn not, The present Karl li qtilto old, and it is and yet hs to delay Hi advent for wise occur on tho Oth; that is, n week from gtnrrally believed that Lsrd Sloimont his and good reason, unknown to u. tomorrow. low will chocee its Goveldest son, who succeed to the tillj and There are 20,000 young women In Lonernor and other Slate officers, part of estates will hardly resist the temptation lo don In thla condition of pjverly May the its Senalo, and all its Home nf Hep sell out to house builder. In ten years a good IJOKD birr Ihfl dear, unsetfudi soul Ohio will choreo its rescaUtivee. solid town will likely stand where last week who are trying to help. To ree a young I walked through quiet forest glades with aristocrat like Mis Seilon Krr in the Governor and other Btato officer J and no sounds hut the twittering of birds and lunch-rooboth branches of its Legislature, anil at Jewln street handling dinour own voices and footstep. London and ner tickets by the hour, like a barmaid, in addition it will vote upon threo proit roar were as completely shut out as if or a shop girl, at an while posed araendmeeta of the Stato ConC-we had been in the Ilocky Mountain. she gives a constant word of encouragement stitution, one of them effecting changes The L. iV N. road held Itsannuat meetMy readers know how the old first Earl, to the weary workers pawing In and out, Is ing of the stockholders at LouIsTille Wed- one of an impecunious family of 11 young in the judicial system, and the other a sight to nuke angels glad. Aud she ia nesday. The report of President Baldwlr, Scotch Murray, rode his pony lo two two presenting a cboice between the Just one of a noble band of women who will showa the net earnings of the properly, months from the banks of the Tay to "Lonprohibition of the sale of intoxicating one day wear crowns ss auie aa there I a $13,231,910; expeniM, $8,000,503; net earn- don town," with a little sack of scant clothdlilribulion of rewards for faithful service. liquors and its regulation. Both ing, $5,135,320. The following officer ing and provisions swung round hit neck; The Mtase Green, of Hlghgate Annie and have been spirited, and the wero elected: Prcsident-- C. C. Baldwin and how lli! William Murray studied law, Gertrudo are a pair of lrre angel of in Ohio has been mliremd by a scries New York. Vice President M. II. Smith, and Mill battling wllli poverty, won Ida mercy who go "cheerfully among tluse LoolsTllle. Second Vice President, A. way by sheer ability arid pluck to the rough ''navvlea" dally and talk and sing of incidents having little necessary Washington, NaahTllle.Tenn. Third Vice front rank, and became one cf England' to them durlnir their dinner hour. At i ur connection with the main issuo be President, F. D.Carley, LouisTllle. most famous "Lord Chief Justices," aa last service at Iligbgate, Drill Hall, I tween the two parties. to the Paesidenl and Assistant Sec- well aa Earl of Minefield, lie bought the could but notice how the dear girl "pinThe Richmond Stair, thinks wo are retary, A. SI. Qatrrier, LouIsTille. noble estate ot the heirs of Lord Hate, im- ned" each her rough customer and stuck -paying the national debt top fast. It The Pittsburg Exposition Buildings proved it and died on it. We had a run to them till the last word tif exhortation wero entirely destroyed by fire early Wed- through the vacated apartment of the and the last echo of entreating song had sayp: "Ninety millions of the princinesday morning. The fire first appeared mansion, by the kindness of our chaperooe, died away. It is beautiful to behold. And pal of tho public debt will bo paid this In the boiler-rooattached to Machinery the head gardener. Carpet rolled up and these young ladle are a highly educated pear. A call of the Ihreopercents Ifall. In less than ten minutes the flames piled in the great dining room, and every- aa money lavishly sient can beslow on an has been made, and if this thing goes had spread orer all Iho buildings and were thing, aa if a removal was contemplated, heir of wealth and iHwIlinn I am glad on and a stop is not put to tho useless beyond control. Nothing at all was saved. but many lino picture on the walla. One that ' and unnecessary burden on Iho pres), The Firo department had all it could do to was shown valued at 5,000 guinea "Tin crowulng day llMmlnc, It Is timing ky and by." ent generation of wiping out the keep the fire from spreading lo adjacent .' Wilkes' original of the famous "VilWhat a joy to see iinsrlti-- h love reward property. The total lo-- a will amount to lage Politicians" whole debt, we shall soon have uo It I about 'Jxl) ft. in about $1,000,000. The buildings were val site, and, of course, very fine only I would edl "Stay I be there to ee." debt "to bank on," and our finances Of Laurel Lodge In my next, if the ued at $100,000 and'wre Insured for $10,- - rather have the $25,000, 1 think. will run riot in the old "wild cat" 000. They were erected in 1876. The ex The old Eirl narrowly escaped with life LORD will, Ever in J.sus, town had way, when every crosi-roa- d Pro O 11a lis u. hibitors loss something orer $800,000. A In the time of the Lord Gordon "So popeits bank and issued its worthless shin II F. Clay, agent largo number of valued lelica, which can ry" riots, familiar to the reader of iWna-h- j SIadisoii Coontv. plasteu. Thereforo reduce the revenever be replaced, were destroyed. Iiudgt, If not of dry history. Ills town for the Bible College at Lexington, lu thousand people visited the Expc house and Invaluable law library and man- raised $1,100 lo thla counlr, of the $50,000 nues at once by repealing tho internal B. Trie report comes via republican aitionon Tuesday. Had the fire ocenrnd uscript records of his times, reserved for endowment fund wanted. Mr. T. J Scott revenue enormity, if by no other sources that Gen. Hancock chagrined in the evening, when nearly all the build-lo- posthumous production, all perished in the ha been appointed by Jndge Sforton SIm-te- r means: Commleslone r of the Sladlson Circuit were crowded, the losa of life would flames, but a the rioters were on their way and disappointed over his defeat was When a person wants to shuffle off like Horace Greeley, slowly dying at havo been appalling. t) destroy Caen Wood House the inn keep- Court. An excellent appointment. on-day waa County Court and considerable er of the "Three Spaniards" at the enthis mortal coil as bad as Miss Emily his headquarters on Governor's Isl- GEO. 0. BARNES in ENGLAND trance of Hampstead Heath, had the pres- stock wa on tbe market. Samuel Death-eragGriffin at Philadelphia, she Bhould by and. The true story is that tho Genauctioneer, report the sale of 13 ence of mind to throw open his cellar (o all means bs allowed to do' bo. First eral W11A.I&& JOOIIO" thethlraty crew, and detained them, In ca- yearling cattle at $31 60, 9,ft steer at $1.-7- 7 sprained his knee and had to lay she took laudanum which a physician Laurel Lodge, SIcswellIIiu. N rousal, until he had dispatched a messenper 100 pounds and mule colt at $10 tc up a feyr days for repairs. London, Sept. 10, '83. pumped out of her before it got in its has been established A ger to the city; and by the time the cellar $100 lor The publication of obscene litera- Dear Inter few words mora about iligbgate, were drained of ale and spirit, a mounted at Red House, this county, and named work; as soon as sho was able to walk A troop confronted them at the Eirl's man Stureel. with Jonathan F. Sturgel a Post she jumped into therivor, from whence ture pays handsomely in this country. as it drifts into the "things that were." Ten years ago, Richard K. Fox, own"All devouring London" has charged up sion and frightened them away. The master. Eicbt men, two white and six she was draggcl in the niche of time er of the Police Gazelle counted his one elope of the pretty hill, the one par- "Three Spaniards" is still a popular resort, black, were sent lo the penltenthry during and when taken to the station-hous- e clou I. Tto my last marring its though Dick Turpiii and his like no longer thiGju-itui- t nearly succeeded in hanging herself. worldly possessions at $10; now he tially described in famous Heath, "dealers in watch five to ten years. A' protracted meeting l an annual income of over beauty greatly; but with the exception of roam the Crossed in love has put her so at outs enjoys thla Holloway road, the rural seclusion of es, jewelry and coins" as they called them- in oroares at the Christian church, con $200,000. This is a sad commentary Iligbgate is ita moat charming feature. The selves euphoniously, and after a success- ducted by EdsrJ. 8 Sweeney, of Paris. with the world. on tho tastes of our people. romantic winding roads and lane, wimp-lin- g ful raid, would call at the "Spaniards" to Sir. Joe 8. Ilronston, late editor of the The newspaper war in New York Herald, made the confession on Sunday away in every direction, lcul to dainty have a grand carnival in honor of it. The smallest steam engine over grows fiercer with the days. James villas and stately mansions, through emfounder of the Bank of morning and Johnnie .Brook at night, and Patterson, the Gordon Bennett, proprietor of tho made is amoung the exhibits in the W. II. Todd bowered groves, and alongside hawthorn England, whore prolific brain produced others have jnined.-C- apt Herald, has cabled from Paris to his Southern Exdosition. It stands on a and holly hedge that are a perpetual joy many another scheme, succesuful or failing, sold last week 1,200 lnrreN of corn at 5 Herald. business manager: "Try special ser gold dollar and can be covered with to the strolling pedestrian. And here one dug great ponds lo catch the issuo of the per barrel In the Gtld Lai of Cbenault, Severance A (V., Mtrtotd, Kj., and threo drops of water finds quiet English family life in its most various springs in den Wood,and these are vice to sustain rates; if that fails, cirBuctlen'i Arnica 5ar. vllta form. In addition to thoee still in existinse, Iha' no longer in u e for attractlTO medical vooder oflhe world. culate pap?r frco." lie can afford the furnishes the steam necessary to run Th errateal M. CO.. ears Burns, DruUs, Coll. only, without original purpose of supplying the neighborU peJ"7 latter, as it is said that the advertise- it. It is val.ied at $25,000 and is not already known if I could 811 Uheum, Fer Bures, Csnwrs, We. Importers and Jobber of Dry floods. Notions, As. breach, of courtesy, introduce you to the ing parts ol the great city with drinking M7, M, til Main Html. Cor. With, ments of his paper pay the expenses of for sale. fJhllbUloi.Oorni, Tetter, CTiarr! lUndaaodall circle at "Beech wood," where our good water. Id times of scarcity the water is, kin It V. t uiraull ta cure In every In- LOOlMVIIiLI running it and leave a net balanco of The nicklo that tho government friend Mr. Wm. Piper and his dear family however, still utilized fur cleansing purpo stance, or money refunded. A poslllts furs lor I'snny $2,000 doily makes its five cent pieces of is bought havo shown us oft repeated kindncv; or tea. It would not Interest your readers to Piles. Jle ir box Fur al ty is reported that largo numbers of at $1.91 per pound. Twenty thousand that at "Bishopwood" where Sir. Wm Gie.n speak of the "Chomeley reboot," founded have bidden ua equal welcome, by Sir Roger of that name, ages ago In the Excited Thousand Kentucky negroc3 are being taken by pounds have just been bought at that and hi, once and again; or the "Brooklanda" crypt of whose Chapel Coleridge's remains All over tbe land are gnlnj Intu ecstasy oier Dr. A mltable reward will be pild tot Information the republicans to Ohio to vote in tho and it is the lowest prico ever paid. U household of Mr. Wm. Ellis, later known, He interred; nor of "Dick" Wellington's King's New UlicoTery for Oonuw llou. Their loaJlnlo the detection ol mrs. Prirlnna ej- -ii nil iib ci. ivD.n.ion. by the timely use of Ibis election Tuesday, and tho probability ludursrr) and ttmtttf of our laces, which but quickly endeared to ua all I am quite Aim Houses at the foot of the Hill neai then, to ' The first of tho many tokens receivremedy eauwa great he did not account fur when our agent I would think "the lines had Holloway road; nor of "St. Joseph's Rj wlUlnlti,prle. It l guaranteed to iltlely ttlanfurd three years ego is that many of them will wind up in ed by "Stonewall" Jackson's widow sure my readers fallen to ua in pleasant places." And they treat" where a monastry of Jesuits is es- cur severe Coufks, Colds, Asthois, Hay Fever, Tho democrats the penitentiary. jr. it. ItVMSU t o.. and her daughter while they wero in have. But I can not introduce all in a tablished: nor of many things of interest Bronchitis, HoareneM.LoMorVlcf or any t,hltg. IU have raised a fund of 815,000 to Boston l.uo(i Trlsl Bottles free was a superb basket of rose?, row, like a master of ceremonies, even if a to the antiquary and historian that I may Ienny 4 McAIUlcr's Drul More. Uiio tlae.SI prosecute to the bitter end eyery ille "with tho compliments of a fow mem proper delicacy allowed this wholesale lug- not tike time to mention. I have already at XL gal voter who presonts himself. bers of tho Grand Army of the Repub ging of gentlefolk Into a newspaper. I written of the Wbltlington Stone on the LiiciyrKit im.itTiM:K.Ts. UoBiffiopatlilc l'lijslclaii, Richmond lic." therefore be content with presenting Holloway Hill side where the Knight that must Bco. Newlon, of the B. P. WALTElt. them as they touch our lives in some was to be, aa well a thrice Lord Mayor of Herald, does a good thing in exposing DAMVILLi:, KENTUCKY. Tho quizzical "Whitehall Tunes fur- marked way, that may be an apology for London, sat and listened to Bow Bells call those rascals who succeed in getting nishes this LANCASTER KY. rccipo for the consequential the mention. IleeUuii ce, Clemens HiUei nfflce opp. Central ing bim back to London. Plain "Dick" OSes over Ollaens Nstlonal lUnk. Offlcs hours Mat. lUnk. rJpeclal attention to diseases ofwouun their advertisements in certain news I can therefore, only say that "Beech-wood- " still in the loving memory of the people, from S to IX A. M. and from to A r. ar. idiols wo all know: "When you think and children lor tb pait elf hteon frara. for them, but papers and never pay baa the grandest of aricient beeches yet a grand Sir llichard he also was who tho world can not got along without HAM M. 11UHDETT. we think the better thing would be you, At X.A."V, pull a hair from your bead and half a dozen or more, upon the lovely 4 could do things worthy of the noblest of ATTOIINBY LANCASTER, KY. acres that aurround the Piper mansion, partricians. It is related bow once when never to credit patent medicino and see if it makes you . practice In Oarrard and adjoining counties Will with a view across the Earl of Mansfield a he entertained the warlike Henry V, with and Court of Anxala- other quacks. This paper has that inHunters in Panther Creek Swamp, forest, and lo Hampatead in the back- his court at bis city mansion, while Lord INNUUAXCE! variable rule. H. O. KAUFFMAN, , in Mississippi, shot a door that had a j ground, with church spire towering beau- Mayor, he lighted a fire in the drawing A.t r.A.-wAccordino to tho statements of human skull Seven First-Cla- ss Companies. impaled on ono of the tifully against the aky,wbich for exquisite room, of rare and rootly wood and spice, LANCASTEll. KY. beauty would be hard to match even in instead of ordinary fuel, and then, at tbe various parties Cecil must havo prom-s:- d prongs of its right horu. The prong this incomparable England. And you Will EA.T3CSI proper moment, made a little bonfire on Matter Commlsiloner Oarrard Circuit Court. $1,000 clerkships to some 15 or the Courts hadentered tho eye, and grown up walk out to admire this over an English- top, consisting of sundry notes of indebt- practice In allin me uur or (larrard and adjolnlog lSMm) J. Jt. III f, I IS, .Int., Otanford. oi Aiiia. counties ana 20 men, all of whom uro now crying . around the skull bone. man's special pride a sloping luwn of edness that bore the King's signature,made around for a fulfillment. We would Mr;. grass1, emerald and velvet combiued, that when he had been compelled to borrow vaShe couldn't stay away. DANVILLE haidly have suspected the innocent Langtry has sailed fur this country to springs under foot, elaatio and responsive rious sums from tbe cily guilds tbe worso much chicanery. monntaineer of to the tread, in a way exclusively English. shipful merecus, the iron mongers, the pick up somo more soft snaps like Mr. Green has also an exquisite lawn, brewers, Ac aud carry on bis wars. These - .Judge JIoadlev has recovered GebhardL with the rarest arrangement of flower beda amounted in the aggregate to .00,000 a from his illness and is now on tho war Jay Gould will now begin to gob- in massed patterns that I have ever seen in prodigious sum in those days and were path in Ohio. Foraker has made 100 ble up the L. & N. He was elected private grounds, and such wouderful flower cancelled in the flames by tbe generous BIr speeches during the canvass which on conservatories and graperies, that it ia a llichard, who paid every penny out of his Wednesday as ono of its directors. treat to walk through them. Grapes and own pocket. No wonder it is written the republican sido has been a most peaches are almost exclusively grown un "the King and his nobles were annoyed HO TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. windy ono. Next Tuesday decides 'ManulWcluMrt of der glass here, and of the former, by care thereat, very greatly." the contest In Quebec Wednesday enow was fullwhich ful forcing and retarding, a skillful gard And so adieu to dear Iligbgate That beautiful city of tho dead, ing hat. cfc ener can keep up a supply of the various must ever be a central spot in memory to Lord Coleridge, England's Chief Jui-ticSpring Grovo Cemetery, Cincinnati, kinds nearly, if not quite the year round, us, Doom, Hauh, lllltMiM, Wlmlew is in LouIaTllle. as 1 am tola, rears, apples ana piuma Marie and I have been to (he city severinstitution. must bo a mosey-makinGot. Duller says he is going to be re- grow nicely in the open air, and fruit gen al times lately to begin a new and delightMoltt- Hiid Deer It took in $85,003.5-- during tho last elected br tally 40,000 majority. erously. "Brooklanda" has the utile cum ful service among the "working women," fiscal year Just closed and has A beav. siurm of rain and snow dvlee, and a merry tennla lawn, where a already alluded to in a previous letter, I Iiirh, Ncroll Nht on Tueedar oTer northern New Enof available, assets. ' " oily game is added, though necessarily at think. We are needed at an hour that is a i gland. -- 1IAVK-, the expense of faultless beauly. One can't perfectly leisure one to ua any day beWerlt,THrH. Postal cards will not ba mado any Ci aft's molber and brother bare Wallhare one's pio and eat it too. But I like tween 12J and 2 V. it. The women and longer after the 30th fast. It is prop- ed Got. Koott and pleaded fur a reprlere tennis. It la such a capital game for young girls take their dinner and then come up to liiK Latbu Work, Rocoivod Car er to stato, however, that they will until after Neal's trial. and innocent and health- tbe hall, if they like to hear a little gospel On Ibo docket of the Pulaski Circuit folks. So mer ry Load of continuo to bo the same length as at with rubber balls and in addresa and song. All is perfectly volI'leorlHg, CclllHjftWt'Hth- Court tbeie aie firo murder cases and OTer ful. It ia played Nicholasville Journal. present. bale with catgut woven across, yerjr elastic, untary. The service is unique, though, two hundred ciill suits. and the balls are beaten back and forth and would paralyze any one not leaning erbaurdiHff, Drowsed IiHBtber, The French aro a practical people Canterbury & IlaaUII, boot and shoo work barrier between the pla- bard on the LOUD, The girls come up in and of course can not tolerate any of manufacturer!, Boston, baTe auapended. across a net And otber yersthe game belo to send the ball back, Levies or batcbet of half a dozeu or more CuntUilotft- fthe new fangled foolishness in religion. Liabilities abort $100,000. sou to clear the network, three feet high, with some 5 minutes, some 10, some more ft ia teporled that the Confederate Therefore it has been ordeied that and yet land it within certain limits on the to spare. When "time ia up" they have to Soldiers' Home, at Georgetown, has apfarther aide. One can acquire great skill go. Employers win not wsit en even me the Salvation army must go. pended for want of money to auataln it. at it. It is "uo end" better than croquet. goipel. The thing is to keep up a succesTlie.e "a a Bcbool CliUdiens' Day at Alto Dialer In Cukistinu Niusson, the sweetest of Mr. and Mrs. Piper kindly took me orer sion ef clear, compact, gospel addresses of Ibo LouUtUI ISxiKwItlon tbla week, when singers and purest of women, has artheEarlof Manafleld's "Caen Wood" (state 5 minutes, constantly changing and yet Beds & Lounges, Bod Springs OTer 4,Q00atentted for asllrerdlme apiece. rived at New York, preparatory to a ''rJobu W. Hope, a farmer, an Inmate In one day last week,- - Thla Caen Wood once while complete in themselves for 6 minute Mattresses, tour of this country in her irrcsUtablo the Lunatic, Asylum at Ancboraje, Ky., sheltered the accomplices of Guy Faukes, lectures, only part of a chain that will In aelody-makiug- . hrng himself with a towel, Monday morn-D- and a fine summit or knoll, still called terest man who have half an hour to Call on ua or writ for prices We keep a large "Traitors Hill" I authenticated as the spare. Then all want to bear a tut oi a Sofas aud (Jialrs ami Ercrjlliliiv; lie atock and will do our Wat lopleu you In prices The L. AN. owns 1,010 miles of -- Millions of erusboppcrs were brought place from which Ihey watched to see Par song. So you tee how difficult to sdjust longing-- to a Flrst-claw- i Fur aud quality ol material. ulture Store. railroad and operates 3,791 miles In br Ilia llnrm Hiinilar. Tli wersnf ilia liament House and without it Parliament everything nay, bow impossible except to UANV1CI.K J'L.tMAU MILL CO nore. It is ouu of the largest corpo- regular Kansas kind. Frankfort Yeo and "King Jamie," mayhap, blown Juto the dear LOUD. We go lo 0 Jewfn St. at I the air. Ua the failure or the plot they 12; 15 and remain (ill 1:25, then scud round Price! hm I.ew a AHybotly'. man. Vsatllle, Kr, rations in the country. for-e- il sa?Aisri,oiax), icy. can-vassc- The DtmtmA of CsrrolHea, No., "On Thwwdy Mlra' Lawton Invited fifty neighbors to see him beat his own rrftio of two years ago, when his wifo baked bread in eight and a quarter minutes after the wheat was standing In tho field. At 0 minutes and 10 seconds after 4 the Buekeyo reaper stood at Ilia corner of the growing wheat. Men were stationed every few foot along tho line of grain ready to sitze n armful "as it fell from the reaper, and to run with it to tho thresher close by. Tho mill was just sixteen tods distant. At tho drop of tho hat tho mules sprang to work, and in a minutoand a half about a peck of threshed wheat was in tho sack and on n hoteo fbat jlcgan a raco for tho mill. A minute and soveuteca seconds later tho flour was doliverd to Mrs. Lawton, and in 3 minutes, G5 seconds from tho stilling of tho reaper tho first griddlocake wrs eaten. In 4 minutes 30 bcoonds from Iho starting of tho rf.ftp?r a pan rf biscuiU was parsed out to tho Wiiilk Gov. Kuott has his hand in, it would bo well to examine into the management of the Anchorage Lunatic Asylum and try the virtuo of a now appointee on that alleged very badly managed institution. One or two of the inmates has been foully murdered by brutal attendants and other discreditable scandals have blackened tho record of the last several years, which owing to Iho political influence of tho Superintendent, wcro overlooked by the whose wholo attention was directed towards tho convicts to tho exclusion of the moro unfortunato and more-to-bpitied charges on the Stale. Gov. Knott can distinguish his administra tion by declaring that Dr. Galo must gpcot-Uors.- 0n. KoRer A. Try or sailed from Nsw York Wednesday, for Mreffool, wbsre he wiH dtfend O'Donntll, the slayer of Informer Carey. A bullet crushed hrouah a church wlmlaw In VfcWbtirg and struck Illram Williams, one of the worshipper. It was fired by Klward Lswls, wllli whom s hid a political mlaundcraUndlng. Superintendent Pickett's demand upon Auditor Hewitt for a ibare of the Uxen paid by corporation, none of which hare Ter been allowed tho school fund, will swell that fund about JGO.OOO a year. There were nearly 13,000 visitors at Iho Cincinnati Etpoiillon on Wednesday. Tho expense aro awn red, and Iho show will close Saturday with an addition to the handsome surplus coming from last year, Col. WlcIIfl Chapman, of this city, a brother-in-laol Got. Knott, has been appointed chief clerk of Adjutant General Caatleman'a office, and will ruoTe to Frank-lo- rl exrly in NoTemler and take charge. Will-lamJ. well-bre- d 1 GROCERIES! PROVISIONS. Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, &c., eating-house- AT LOWEST PRICES J&.T- ($25,-000- T. R. WALTON'S. Twen-ty-ser- gs -Sl- THE Post-offlr- e My stock of the above goods is now very comprehensive and my prices for them EXCEEDINGLY Low. Yon are standing in your own light ifyondonotbuy of me. I mean every word of this, as you willsee by calling at the Postotfice store. Country Produce wanted! JON. SKVi;iCANiK, ROBINSON ' $2-2- msam $ r War-raot-ed rt, J. it aalb.. UMI. No r .!... I. M iT.ik.bnt.L .. Inrritri Mf lwuUrlM4.xa. l allot, jl ..l.rv, .( in.liiniHll.4 atlpUaua, a l)ruEUUUIiwnri A AT. , erur-Uoni- 6fjjgL0j ft, dMe-AlUl- Ijs It information Wunlcil. tot!. WfTW HtraV J TwsVUj,Msmsj MKS Of MNMAMTMeL . UH1 jsu.v: n.A JiiiMuu.tH . Km sUsWuim, $;tf llfc-alo-g i. n'! nll, ESTILL SriMNGS plaesiuraectralnit Marin ! lWnehaie il ae.i, Ikla ban is ttunow nattrlrf lIfi. T. NMITH, Prepared to Receive Guests. I bats a corps o trained servants and will be alls to furnlib UUltalSON DENTIMT, 1 . HatlMfacfery Acceunuedalleu To all rotu In punult of fceallb w plraaure. Tbe medicinal qualities of Ibeee waters are too til known lo U people of t'.olral Kcotuck te 1 adMcrlpllvn of their llfe-flrl-nf properties. The ralee of board will ba reasonable. or further lobiuatlon, apply lo lue at Irtlue, Kr. "Ml H. X. 1'KACOCK. bald-headed- (las-ly- rj Fire,Lightning&Tornado MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BUBNSIDE, - LOWEST Propr f ENTERPRISE Grocery. This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains ita High Imputation, AMD- -Its PLANING MILL COMPANY, Proprietor is Determined that it Snail be Seeoarl te no Country Hotel in the State in ita fare, Appointments, orAttea tion to Comfort of their Guests. "asKea will be eoerertd to and freaa tkasestl rrre orckarae. Hpselal acroanodatloaa t to CoMatrclal Travelers. The Bar will k alwaja aspplled wltk tk ekolrett ktssda tf Llaasra sad Clears. GEO.D.BURDETT y GO., g Xituicaster, Kentucky, Frame, pre-Tail- FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY Uarlnj ' Just Another ST. AIAPH, Furniture, Sots, and NTANXOItD, - - KY. bad this Hotel Itomrnlslicu and Kcllttcd Kroui basement to garret, Parlor and Chamber Building Material fat'iiiing l.isiiibvr. I iHleHd te Keen K In h Ntrlctly FlrHt'ClHM And lea? MHHHer, nolblng undone tbat will add to tb COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. iiiiuurciHl Traveler Ar offered BPKOIAL as l5 (U INDUOKMKMTg JWOMH, fur tkalr ... lsitrools ms, aa I bare ei.rr cosr.oleuce.eueh Acf, BA1UXK 173-J- Baggage Transferred to and from the Depet free ef charge. OlrsiseacalL W.B. rttANl'M, I SB Rmt corn-ehell- made, at W. H. Ills;. VIARRIA8ES. aTAMTOBt). 3CY, Friday AteralBg, LOCAL K.r FftMm line French candle of al Bright A CarranV October 6, 1883 TIME CARS. nick assortment 8. 8. Myer'. A freh candle ai now opening l, AN. Mall train gol of. North. Mouth. .. ,.. . A full line of Fall Good M, . at Kiprre train" Month " Noth... I M P. .J 00 P. 1 S. If. Shank'. ' 01 .M. localjibtices. Ntw llmolhy teed at bottom figure at llrlghtACurran'. New lot of Canned Gitod, clietpjr than ever, at T. K. Walton'. Mr. Ephrlam Manuel and Mis Mar garet Anderson were married yesterday at Mr. Polly Wardlow', the bride' mother. Mr. J, II. Stodghlll, of Danville, and Mis Bailie FIgg, of Lebanon, will be married at the Baptist church on the lOlh Inst Standard. Mr. P. W. Green obtained llcenre here and was married in Danville yesterday lo Mis Itulh Wright, of thl county. He I 20 and she 18. RELIBIOUS. Itur Paints of Penny A MoAllstor. Again, more Trunk and Valle ' School Hook, at MclloUridtndHUg;'. Warren A Co.' Ammunition of nil Hmli at Mcltobtrt Ilruce, AHugV. The largest atook of Winter Hoot In Nicstojk of birthday carJ it Penny A town at Kdmiiilon A OwalevV MeAllater'n. Dirt lot of Clothing, OvercoiU, Ac , Jnat Colt' Doubt llreeclflnidlnj- - nl Mc-- . llolxrlt A Htsgs-'from the elite, can tit wen at S. II, l HfANDARD ready mixed paint Shank'. . A Hum's. 0. D. Ayiur hat resigned aa Depot Agt Jon. Haas IlofC Cholera Cur. Penny at Ilia Junction and a Mr. Woodaon I to A McAlleter sole) agent. . ts to I ft We can sell you a gun any where from to $76. Molloberl A Huge. IlnANU new "lock of every thing In Uie J ewelry line at Penny A McAltater'. Watchi, Clocks and Jewelry refalred and warranted by Penny A MoAIMer, Foil cough, cold, Ac, use Compound Byrup While Pine. Put up In 25a and 60c liotllee. Trial Ji 10o. McKoberta A take hi place. New and comprehenatve line of TinUlastware, Htonew.tr, JlirneM wire, and general Grocerle at T. It. Walton's. - ft Wx will open today the largeat and Gneat line of Cloak, Dolmani and Circu lar ever tliown in thi market, A Oirstey. Edmlaton A Co. ad- Htg. PERSONAL. Mraiiu J. II. MoWhorter - )' w ! i v: ' vertlso in thl tasue KK) acre of fine land , I In London. M. Pkvton, beside a large lot of dock, Ac. Miss for sale, Mr. John T. Oano and sister, Saloon the"th. Rate, are Tinting Cot. W.O. Welch. Ihe Circu and the fakir -- Mm Lvov Simpson left Tuesday to ill be on hand. Ilemember the misfor vUlt the Ureal Boalhern Expedition. Mim Hklem Item, a little Huston-Tlll- e tune of Mr. Faulkner Holme and do not betagaintt another man' trick. beauty, la vliltlng relative here. n Mr Omt, D. Wsunui, wife and passenger The lumber for a art Tlsillnf the Louisville Exposi- depot to be built at Stanford Junction la ' ' tion. beginning to arrive. It ia lor Ihe LAN Mr. and Mm. T.T. Daviess, Mia. and we learn that Ihe K. C. will also put Kate DudJerar and MU If a Smiley lure up one. j gene to Loutsvllls, The most noticeable Improvement this Mc John M. Ki.wuhe it down in week ia the renovation Mr. I1. Nunnel-leattending the bedttde of hiiaon, Louisville it giving hi old brick establishment. who U reported belter. It now look really juvinlle, considering It Man. 1. 8. McKixor joined a party of I one of Ihe oldest building In town. yesterday and went to the Danville friend HEAvrDnr Goow, Blanket, comfort Ore I Southern Ei position. Mr. and Mm. MikcElkin went to ticking, unbleached mimlin, sheeting, towLouisville Wednesday, to ice John llobln-o- eling, yarn and anything in thi line we who It down with the ever. are able to give you bottom price on. Our Mrs. M. L. Lipscomb, who hat been lock I large and new. You will have no visiting at her father', Jamea ltoblnsot., trouble in making a selection. J. W. Hay- den. returned to Uopxlnsvllle, Wsdajaday. Atxof ihe justices, eav 'Sqtiiie I.H. will change its We learnt bat tb K. Peyton atlendeil the Court of Claim. He schedule, Sunday, so that it Cincinnati hu been tick for a long time and it now train will arrive at Stanford Junction at much worse. 11 a.m. andretninat 2.30 r. x. Thl --MniM, Bid Myers, of thlt place, and train will not be a mixed one but will run Tom Wherrllt.of UncaaUr, bate gone on on time and carry the mail, which will be a big fithing eicumton and will take In put on through to Cincinnati and not to Ilockcaslle and Cumberland Kir en. Richmond aa now. J, IlAT and Dr. Hugh lUld went Don't Fool away your time running to Clnehnatl yesterday to have the for to nier'a ,'eara operated on, he having nearly from store lo store, but come direct where yon are sure to find headquarter loot btajhearlng In the ImI ftw dayi. ltkr. R.B. Maiiohky. of theBouiii-e- r good goods, low prices, courteous nlten Hapllet Theological Seminary, Lout, tion, aalesmeii whe will take the greater! vllle, u hue thl week, but It would not pleasure in showing you through our stock quoting you what will prove to I be dotng.the fair thing to alate the allric, nd bottom figure on everything. J. W. Htv lien; Mr. William T. McOaiirr, the gen- den. j tleman from Mlsatmlppt, who had hi leg A large pro Si'ccial Announcement. broken In a runaway accIJeat about a portion (if the reader of the iNTrmoit far reenter d aa fo re- Journal are farmers, many of whom de month ago, had turn lo hi Uomctn Wednesday, accomi. sire a great deal more of farming literature Bled by hU sister, Mr. Dandridge. than we are able to give in oar limited Col. 0. It, hycnmtB, of Stanford, spare. Jo accomnirxlale all such we Lave Kentucky, hu been spending a few day made arrangements with the publisher of U Saperlar, and made Mil oQIce a pleasant the .Imm'orm Farmtr to give itss a prrml Mil Wednesday. Thla It hi first visit In uui for ore year to every siibrcrilier f Ihe thl city, and expectation were more than, Intkhidii Journal who pay hi sulvcrip realised In retard lo It. Superior (Wl ) tion in advance. The Ammain Farmer ia n large, published al Fort NKD by Mm. H.ti Trual.ea'rt, Wayne, Ind., the rubscriplion price uf the following school girl and other went which i $1 per year. Every farmer should to Loulavllle on the early Wednesday avail himself of this magnificent oiler, anornlng' train to vialt the Exposition which bjgood for ono month. Misses Florence Trueheut, MaryQulIey, Court ok Claim. There were thne PaHtt .MeGebee, Bailie May Hill, Ullio bidder for keeer: W. G. Cheltoo, Little Wataon, Bert Shrevr, Collier proposed to board the pauper at Dorehw .Bwtn , Kama Clarrard, Faante $62 60 per year for all over 12 year and Iletd, Ella Olvent and $32.60 for all under; Hansom Csrson bid LOCAL HATTERS. $65 and $36 and Cyru Cloncb $63 and $33 Collier's bid waa accepted and he was electTimoth v Seed at T. It. Walto ed 'keeper, Dr. E T Stephenson was Fbrsii Ovstkus at 8. 8. Myer' aerved at chosen Poor House physician over Dr, Petlus, hi bid being $176 and Dr. IV all hour. iHeatincj Etovjm at bottom price at W $200, exclusive of midwifery and surgery. Dr. Gi W. Bronaugh waa elected jail phyII. Hlgglna',.; . . , , sician over Dr. Iteid by 8 to 5 anl Mr. D. An ELEQANTitocK of Clothing at KdmU-to- B. Edmlaton wa unanimously A Owsley". Treasurer, Bind, No. 10, for $1,000 liav. :You ebbuld ee that $5 boot at Bruce log been patd oil It wa destroyed In the Vqulre George P. presence of the Court Warren A Co.' Bright moved that hereafter no claim for harncM al bottom figure. Ilia line of team be allowed unlet they are used on Bright A, Curran. the regular day for working the road, exA new line of Zelgler Ur&t.Hboe just cept in case of obstruction It waa carrireceived at S. II. fibank'. ed and ordered to be printed in the InteBur the Gale Chilled Plow the beet rior Journal. Col. Varnoa presented a petition naking the Court to aabscribe $S00 and cheapeat-- of T. It. Walton. . per mile to aid In building the propoaed A larue atock of Blanket and Comforla Stanford, Dix Hirer and Garrard Turn Juat received by Edmlaton A Oiraley pike, but coniideratlon of the matter waa i Damage for Bruce, Wahren A Co. have a new lot "postponed until January, of those $2.60 cuatom calf ahoe for the la- building a road through hU farm amounting to $100 were ordered paid to G. W, dle. Carter. A number of pauper outalde of Uver fifty people took the train here the e were allowed a ttated turn Wednesday morning for the Louiivllle per month at long as the Judge believe it Exposition, necessary. The claim will amount to Mr. N. D. Wjlmot ha been cosuul-lone- d several hundred dollars more than laat I'.'M, at Gum Sulphur and P. II. year, but a they hare not been added up Dunn at Duanville, Ky. we can not give the rsact figure. After three day' aesslon the Court adjournal Pound, A Saab, which, the owner can yesterday lorenoon. get by proving property and paying for DEATHS Ihltaolice. Call at thl office. lq chit-dre- two-ator- Itev. I. S. McElroy will preach al Coffey' Sunday afternoon al 3:30 o'clock. A Scot I county jnUrfamUial recently bought a $16 Bible each for hi family of thirteen. Calvary Church, Clifton, (Cincinnati) having tried Ihe congregation plan of tinging, ha gone back to Ihe quattet choir. Six branches of the Baptist Church favoring open communion, but differing on minor points, are holding a convention at Minneapolis, Minn. Eld. Stephen Collier and J, Q Montgomery, have Jii't closed a meeting at ML Olive, in thi county with the glorious result of 69 added lo the church, A new History of Methodism in America states thai the first Sunday school In Amerloi wa founded In 1780 by Bishop Asbury in Hanover county, Ya. Iter. Mosct Acorn la holding a pro tracted meeting In Kelson county. He la seventy-eigh- t yesra old and weigh 308 lb., and pretchea in a silling position. The brick work on the new Baptist church will be completed to day and Mr. Nevius tells u that the calculation it lo have it ready for worship the first Sunday Schnnl-Hoiise TATsIMttri'. I'ULAiiti. Dinltl Tarler, a well HON. A. farmer of the western part of thl county, OinojKliseaixHdal foe Bpester ol lh neat In onter lo prevent partial friend had hi barn burned Init Friday night. IIotn of Repracniattvea. a quanfrom writing my epitaph I report thi Two fine mute and a mare.tx-tld- f tity of hat; farming Implements, Ac, were BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE morning. G, II. If. Splllman Carpenter ha nought B. destroyed. Los about $1,600 IW STAKF0RD, KY. of dried O, Powell' hotel property, for which he Ensel ha a hipped 12 pays $2,400. Posesslon given In 10 day. fruit and hm begun on another. loffer fortalaprlrately rtly houn and lot on Somerset street which la oceunleil by J. M. Mailed, On Wednesday morning, a young man, A Bletting h All Mankind. rossemlnn to bo (teen Jan. 1, 1811. Terms rea.in-ablCaleb flresdjn, fell oil a wagon loaded with For partlealara wrlle la res si Harper, Kan-sIn these time when our newipapert srsflooleJ or esll on Itol-I- . B, l.ylls, rjtsnford, Ky. gravel, which passed over hi ancle. He I Hh patent me.tlclna lierllwin-n- l, It Uxratl- II'. II. AXlfKHSOX, IM la dec. I tying to show what lo procure that will cerUlnlj Uarpsr, Kansas. severely lnured, but no bone broken. Itoliert Green, of Ihia place, while car lou. II you r tllloua, Howl out of order, or gentrslty dtMlltsM, there It liver lDsctlvr, coupling car al Danville Junction one day nothing In the world that will curs you to quicklast week, had hi left hand terribly lacera- ly ss Klcclrlc nittrt They sre a Ucnlng to ted, Two finger were broken, Patient s1lminlit,sndrsn I had for only nfi rents a I hate Ihslullesl and twetllneof Fuinllursol bottle at lVnnj A McAllitet's. very description ever exhibited In Blanford, at doing well. stroll through uiy store will prove. My pries a ars We got a goodly portion of the rain as low as similar goods ran be bought In the cities, ilKIT ADVMtTIMinK.ID.. fact aleo capable ol ocular demonstration. I aim of Sunday evening and a fair showing on keep on handa full lint of Monday. Nearly every well in town dry and cialerns have generally refused to Vail ami Winter ! liquidate, The supply of whlaky, howevAnd em resdy to serve lunersls promntly with er, U said lo hold out encouragingly. a nice, new Hearse. inn r.VpAme.) I have oa hand and am fin- beautiJohn W. Greenwood and wife have told ful and ronnltelloof ii'ij mot lh,lllnry, to Orders by ToloKraph Promptly to. which! I havs their frm of 80 acre to J. 11. Napier for UkrneatInnts toe Mirationinof tb ladles, and sin paint Ititelrctloa rj $10 per acre cih. Mr. G. and family confident thai sn eziialnallon la sll that It tsapuichtM, Cs'tssd will go West. 1.7-- t .HISS liKl.ljR JIVatlEH, WedJ, W. lteld made an assignment nesday to E, L. Wood for Ihe benefit of ! Notice hi creditor. Asset in stock and account, $700 or $800; liabilities about $2,000. DAYTON Lincoln LINC8LN C6)NTt. to-d- o d. Huihntlll, TO THE PUBLIO W will now 3 py special attention to STOU8TOM OIllMIINO.'H W prorslss to aire satisfaction, and when detlrs-- l will git I'atent Flour for Wheat. Can maks either tolled or unbolted meal. 110-t car-loa- MrAMaTKlt - NAM.KR. e. -- VALUABLE- ss Garrard FOR SALE. Co. Lanps FurnlturlS. 1 lYIILIltfERYl necta-sa- IJmlcrtnkcrM' do oils od B. K.'WEAREN, t offer at private stlo my farm of about 3M acres, In Garrard, about on mile below Camp Dick n, with Isrge collsgn house efelght rooms, In number one repiir, all necessary outbuildings, and Ihslsn.l fertile sni In a One state of cultivation, neatly alt being In grass m Iheplsrelta dlilll lery of about lw) bnihrli esparlty. The turnpike from Dantllls to ltlngtou runt thrungh thlt la very convenient. Alfirm, and the Ihe to IM acres, part of the II M. ones larni, oa Ui same pike, adjoining Ih star The Iwn places will tie sold as a whole, or dlridr-- l la suit pdrchat-er- s. The purchaser will also has the option to reilnthe distillery, or it can be removed. Also small fstm adjoining Ihe properly, with fair lmpro-omeIn tbe Intersection o lis Danville and Hum Vlita Inrnplkee, contain-In- g about 6S acres. A small iractoMl acres, lands of T. Dunn Alsss store home In the town of Bryanlirllle. t warehouse near tbt depot In I,tncaster. a burial lot in lbs Lancaster All the aliove property will be sold on very terms. Forlarther particulars call oa or address lltril tf aP. llW.flltRr,jUrysntsTille Ky. to Creditors " In December. I. y n, a Squire E. B. Caldwell, clerk of the Cumberland Illver Association, reports a membership of 1,620 In it 17 churches. During the year 110 members were received by baptism and 23 by letter. The eeventy.foilrth annual meeting of the Ameiican Board of Foreign Mission is In progress at Detroit, with 2,000 attendants. The receipt for Ihe year were $690,990 and the expenditure in carrying on direct mission work were $567,216. The records of the len lost tribe of Israel are now about to be searched for in the Hill of Tara, Ireland, a company having been organiied in England to sesrch there for Ihe deed given to the prophet Jeremiah when he bought Palestine. The work ia delayed by the arrest of the manager o( the Tara Trust Company for debt. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. a Inter-Ocea- pcr, Poor-Hous- e ' n. , n i poor-hous- Sttphea Stephenson, rofi of Mr. That email profit and quick tale tell I demonstrated by the fact that Bright A D. L. Stephenson, aged about 23 years, Curran are selling double (be good ever died Wednesday of typhoid fever. Mm. LIxxIe Beaxlty, after a long illoeat told ia Stanford before. ejfci ol consumption, ditd at her home in Lou " Cain Divorce.-- Mr. Susan hu brought iivllle, Wednesday night, aged 10 year. ault against her huabaed, Thoaaat Cain, for She wa formerly a resident of thl place, divorce, oa the ground that ha bat beta having moved from Garrard county, whith convicted of a felony and ia now serving a er her remain were brought yesterday for term lathe State' prison. H.T. Harris interment A member of the Christian represent the lady. Church from an early age, (he fought the , Asouqht Back. John Pierce, who good fight of faith and In triumph lias gone shot O. W. Ball in the head sometime to claim the crown of life promised the fi slftce almost without provocation aiid who nally faithful. She leaves live children to osoaped from the guard a be vu biag mourn a mother love, besides many relabrought to Jail in default of $609 ball, waa tive aad friends, who will grieve to know captured in Willlausbtfrg tbt wk by that the I no moie. The remains will be McCarty and brought back to the taken from here to dsy and at 10.30 o'clock; Jam comity and lodged in Jail. Mr, Ball aiid after a aboil sermon by Eld. Lowber, will be cofittgaed lo their mother earth . friend had ogered $50 reward for him. Joseph Moore sold lo J. II. Miller, 6 shoits averaging 222 lbs. at 4. Three paita of extra work mules for 2 sale. Apply lo B.'M. Banghmsn. S. II. Khsnks eold lo B. V. Itobinson 27 head uf 1,161 lb. feeders at 4 cents. The second crop of grasses bid fsir lo ba a goo' as the first. The hills are as green as May. Baldwin A Womack sold to McElwain A Crabb, four hoise mules, 6 years old,av-eisg- e G. height 15 hands, for $650.-- B. Gazelle callle on the Paris Court Day-2- 00 market, beat fetderu $175; medium $lto $1 50; yearlings $;5 lo $30; calve $18 to $23; good demand. Mr. 8. Porter Stagg that Mr. Harrison claims that from one pound of Irish IMlalors pluited he dug 131 pounds. The public can decide its to Ihe location of tho prevarication. -- J. B. Hunter sold in Nicholasville 178 sheep at $2 60 per brad. John W. Ixan sold 2 yearling mule at $100 each; 4 olds at $136 each mul'2 mule colts at ' $3i each, Lancaster New. Senator John S, Williams, and his step-eoCol. Hamilton, sold 83 hogsheads of Hurler tobacco for about $17,000. One hogthead sold at $30 60 perewt. thejifgh-es- t price in Louisville this yesr. Hog are dirtcheap and all the lime growing cheaper. Theie ia not likely to be a allfieuing demand for porker for some lime. Corn and hogs aie both too plentiful lo make meat high. Glasgow Time. The wheat crop of Ohio ia leporled at 25,603,390 bushels against 45,460,000 last yesr. Corn was severely injured by froet in the northern ortion of the State. The yield ia estimated at 68,000,000 b'ushels, against 90,000,000 of the year before. During the year ending Oct. 1st. Ihe Association reCincinnati ports the receipt of hogs at836,223 against 731,403 of the preceding year; 213,425 cattle compared with 211,671 and 701,717 sheep against of the year before. Joseph Bpaulding received on Monday 82 head of weanling mules, which he had puichased during tht season. They are a splendid lot and. coat an average of about $70 per head. The highest price oal.1 for Lebanon a tingle animal was $100, Standard. Jos. Bjnd bought of Withenpoon, of Woodford county, 47 mule at $77 per head. Ben M. Oborn sold to Jos. V. Itogers, for "Cap" Bogers, 40 hog weighing 153 pound at 4c. The tobacco crop ha been boused in good order and I curing nicely. The crop will be about two- thirds of an average. A few choice crops were raised, but it I generally short. Georgetown Times. At Mr. Meuefee'a sale on Oct. 2nd, lock sold at follow: Eight steer $3.77 per cwt.; milk cow $30 to $33 per head; horses $07 to $110 per head; corn 01 cent to $1.30 per shock; hay $10.75 er shock; hogs at $1.05 per hundred. The farm of 175 acre told to J, N. Meaefee at $10.20 per acre; household goodt and far ming utensil brought good price fully up to the lime. H.T. Bush, Auct. The Cincinnati cattle market it ateady; common $1,7502 75; fair lo medium $30 3.75; good to choice butcher grade $ I 4.75; common to choice ihlpper $1.6005.-83- . Hog. Market steady; selected butch er and heavy shipper $505.30; fair to good picker $1.50 l.OO, fair to good light of 175 to 210 lb., $65.25; of lee weight $1.0601.90; common $10450. Sheep. Market quiet; common $2 5003 26; good to choice $3.6001.25; stock wether $303.75; stock ewe $2.5003 26, Lamb steady; common to fair $3.7601.50; good to choice $l.760'J5O. pork-pack- store on Main Street, near Second, E. Y. Russell and Milly Davit were before the Police Court on Wednedy for a breach of the peace. Russell was fined $5; Dxvl acquitted. A man named Anthony May, alia Newt Sanders, waa arrested Tuesday night charged with stealing a horse worth $200 from Mrs. Betsy Warren on Back Creek, in Garrard county. He waa taken lo Lancas trr the same night for trial. He certainly acted strangely for a deliberate thief. There were reasonable grounds for thinking him a lunatic rather thin a felon. Mr. E. Creed, Mis E. S. Creed and Mrs, Gregory, of Columbus, Ohio, have taken room for the winter at the Clemen House. These ladies are stranger in Danville, and were attracted here by a handsome notice of our town found in "Ham bies for Summer Diys" a neat little book published by the Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Company. The reunion of Ihe 4th Kentucky Regiment (Federal), on the 10th init. promise lo be in every way a success. The veterans are to meet at the Court house for the transaction of business and are lo partake of a bsnquet prepared by the hoat of the Clement House. Hon. Casaius Goodioc, Hon. T. Z. Morrow and Gen. J. W. Fin-- , nell are expected lodellvcr addresses. WakeGsld.Fanii A Co sold on Wednesday, to Mattingly A Siuitn, of Marion county, 0 broke mule 4 year old, and from 15 to 10 handa high, at $165 average. Mr. Walker, of New York city, and brother of "Veritas" the well known writer of the Spirit of the Timet, and himself a wri ler of merit on turf matter, over Ihe sig nature of ''Fearnaughl ' was In town Wed nesdav Cecil Bros. & Hue sold on lo Mr Jones, of Atlanta, Ga, a pair of 1G h. biy coach horses fcr $750. Mr. J. II. Eogleman drovo thiaweek a fine yearling colt by Gov. Sprague, out of the dam of Hand ford Keith. He showed good mile in a minute. Good style and time for a year old colt. GipL T. I) Eng n Hah report the sales of David llonla, the 2 1, and W. II. Tewmey A Sons, on tie 3d inL a follows: At Mr. Bonla's sale G sold from $60 to $85 etch; 12 milk hogs sheep $530 per head; per hundred, corn $2 per barret in the 26 per acre. field; farm withdrawn at At Tewmey'a 10 head work mules at $110 to $160; 10 head good farm horses $75 to $140; 210 scrub sheep eold in lot from $2 lo $3 50 per head; 35 fat hogs at $4 25; 130 stcck hogt at 4 to 4 cents 40 common yearlings and 2 year-olsteer $25 lo $35 per head. Bancroft, the historian, celebrated hi 81 birthday at Newport, R. I., Wednesday. In the evening he gave a dinner paity. Secretary Folcerls of the opinion that a two per cent. long bond could be tloaled' at par and he may rtcommecd Ihe bsulng of such a bond lo Congreai. Col. W. P. Breckinridge delivered an eloquent address at the reunion of Com pany A of the First Kentucky Regiment of Cavalry, near Oaenaboro, last week. -- Brewer and Harrison Woods eagaged in a row with h negro named IVte Proctor, atSliakertowu.and while Brewer held him down Harrison stabbed him to death, At Trenton, N.J, Mrs. Henry Kern and Mrs. Cjnrad Beat, seventy-eigh- t and seventy-fiv- e year of age, were killed by a railroad train while walking ou the track. Wra. France, a brakeman on the C A O. R. It., was killed at Triplet! Tunnel. He wa at lit brake on the front car, when hi head came in contact with a atone at the mouth of the tunnel, mashing it Into a jelly. The Chesapeake A Ohio Railroad Co. has about completed arrangement! by which immegranta will be brought directly from Europe, and settled along the line of Ihe road in Virginia, Kentucky aid Ten m-td TUCKER'8 ADMK., ) y r- tCilCiilt DAYrONTUCKKU'S,Ln3,Ac.J tturt. The crtdl.ois or Da; Ion Tuctc, deed., sis hero-I- f Danrille. notified to proJuen beloro mt st ay office In 8 sorord, Kj properly snd Mr. J. C. Maaonhelmer, one of our e'almaigilnit bit cs.au-- , verlflodbefore proven, their on or lb iriddar worthiest young men ha opened a grocery of October, IM3. oiherwlM their elslins will ls barrtdastsali.it Ihe Administrator. BOTLE COUNTT. 500 FAIRS Children Fine and Mo ic;. ir. , ii'7r.ci.M.c.uoc. Public Sale ! Ladies', Misses and LAND, STOCK & CROP. We wllluflcr furtaloour Lands, About 300 Arrrsnf Fsrui'nj Lands, Irlaj on Utrpentcr's Cictk tad Oreen Illrti, Diiiis Jiorlh orLtbertr. Vi miles Ujuth of MlddltbJrg and known as the and eLuf.li ler larui,oiie of tbe Wit 'anus In Cases' coun.y. Bald lands I will beso'd piivsielr on ant- dar -- oru this date until dium Grade 't' These are Fresh Fall Goods and Parties Thursday, October 25, 1883, And Ifnot disposed of, will oo that day ou tb pietulscs bo sold to the b'sbest bidder for la tbo residue: oa two equal annual wl.tt. Into est fro.ii date nntll paid. On la same day (October tjtu) we w It sltotell lo the highest bidder, oa Ibo rrsuilsos, oar stock, onslitlng or Horses, Cattle, ., tome r,ooi aged woik Mines, some souogsr Mules, some Jeouets and Colls, one of the Quest young Jscks In the county, between 4D0aod 600 ba'relsof Corn, souce N' a jot's. Farming Wbest and lite two U.enills. Ac, sad many other articles not Decerns ry to be ment oocd. Ihe persona! property will be sold on a credit of six mouths. Any and allot taU prope-t- y will be shown to r anTonedcslrld-ttot-uichase.bm aon.anrdar oa ftio premlsr . ijjld lands lie between Ihe Lib Wanting SdHOOL SHOESP Should Govern Themselves Accord iiiglj. erty end llustonvllls turnpike road and Liberty a" Mlddlebur-- r turnpike road, and within 2 miles of the depot ol tbe railroad, which roaiwill be In running condition loslde or two nioatbs. Contcn-le- nt to churches, Ac In a good neighborhood. 157-t- d J, II'. JUirilUttrEll .V BOS. BRUCE, WARREN & CO. AMERICAN FARMER TO ALL OUR SUBSCRIBERS. PREPARE I BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR ttttttttttttttttttaSsKtlaff stttttttttttttaiml BtttttttttttaiVi attttttttta J" - r-- m "" HLvf-9lrB- aaittttttttaWa- flpkdP"lfl JJIil II i And be sure you examine, before pur IJAJ JJ chasing-- , FALL our line of Seeding plements, as follows: Im- a 'I'd All those who hors not .U their Tsies for 1883 will plesM call at my oHlce In Cvurt-llouand settle Immediately, ai tbo Auditor Is urging longer. payment. I can not wait nessee. Judge Ilines, of Ihe Court of Appeals baa nffiimcd thestnlenceof Wm. Bbsckle-for- d, who wa sent lo the penitentiary for life from Harlan county for killlug John O. Howard. Win, Meyer gave a dance at hi houte in Berlin, Ky., and during the eveuing bad occasion to put four young men out for On account ol bad health. I bars concluded to tell privately mv rsimof 111 .terra, Illogoos IV j tou's Well and 1 wile Iroui the O Unlulls fold A Mllledgsillle turnpike. It Is In s flneaUte ol cullls atlou and hu su Acres of draw. Ibose desiring a go3d little Farm, well luiproicd, would du well tacallou ibo. IM-l- The Baker Spring Hoe Gram Drill, paper full and year in The Trump Grain Drill year's with Spring Seat, "AMERICAN FARMER" The Buckeye Spring Shoe Grain Drill, The Star Grain Drill, cutThisOu.KSaif The Albion Spring Sulky Harrow and BroadNotice ! of cast Seeder, joiiuiy: The Kalamazoo Spring J. Tooth Sulky Harrow Nico rami For Sale and Broadcast Seeder, The Moline Sulkey Plow, The Cassedy Sulky Public Sale ! Plow. All of our subscribers who will pat their subscription accounts to this tothttc, in one advance, will bevre-scntc- d one subscripwith tion to the a six teen page agrl cultural magaalne, published by R. A. K. JUckelt, at fort Wayne, Indiana, and which la rapidly taking rank as one of the leaJIng agricultural publications of tbe country. It Is exclusively to the Interests of tbe rarruer. Block Breeder, Dairyman, OarJener, and their llousehold,a.nd every specie ol Industry counectfd with that great portion of the people of the world, the Farmer. The subscription price Is Jt OO per rsr. Farmers can Dot s ell set along Itbout It. It puts new Ideas Into their mtnds. It teaches them how to farm stth profit to themselves. It makes the home happy, the oung folks cheerful, the growler contented, tbe downcast happy, and the demagogue honest One-hors- e tMxTKowruULyvussTjnurwswkh-ilJI.Yoik- jnmt 7". lunSnEaiTtt W Out "until than iy tltluT tluott tlM In iiuiiW AUnlaUOirUtnlr.. tbo Tax-l'aycr- H Iilueoln 13 S. MKSKpi:E,blitl. ! t IIHOUKS, III'. JT. I., Mlliedgtrllle, Ky. AND HUNTING ! misbehavior. They burst open the door, and one of them, named Weaver, shot SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1883, bidder lor the year IMI. Merer dead. The next day Weaver hung Kent It to the It lies ou both sides ol lb pike lealluglroui himself. to Hutoullle,sbout3i wilts front lbs knittThe intuit offered Kipg Alfonso by a er and uillvs front Ibo IstUr pis;. ,Tbe farm Is very productive aud wall watered. Oa ihe same dsy and on Ibo asms premlK-s-, I Pal ialan mob continue to be the sensation consisting of Milk will sell of Euroie. There are reports that the Feeders, all uiy aluck. Csleesi also a lot of Outs, Yeaillugaaiul Cattle, youpg aui old, of Ih Knightly Spauitlt Cabinet will demand that the and Victoria slock audout very But aged Dull, a French Government make a publio apolo- lot of Mules, Horse so.1 Vruud Marts) uy Farm Traduce, consisting of Wheat, llys. gy for what occurred. The King' pre alliuy Fanulrg luiplemsala, auch aCorn and liar, flows. Har!ge at home haa been heightened by Ihe ness, Wicoii, lirslu Drill, Hay Uak aud uiauy vtksr snUlss too numerous to lusutlon, uionlha ou sll sums asor occurrence. He doc not himself think required, that amount, tbe action of the rabble in the streets rep- IJ0; undersud piytbl In rash. Motes luteiest. bank, with Ttriut must be compiled with before rtmorsl of resent the true feeling of the French Htau-ford Tsaus.-Crvditots- lx Not Ulug able to attend to uiy farm, I wilt on" This line of Implements cannot be celled. ex- - J Also remember we make a Specialty of Fish Brothers Wagons, Webster Wagons and Columbus Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. properly itd j, s. Muttvur, GEO. D. WEAKEN. H- Friday If BteraiBg, ii i i l fl BagBSBSg xninviK 16 intoeur. . POTT. T aOBT. October 5, 1883 feo aleef Weep, eolcrlar, weep, for on 'a Beneath of eolltoda Wba eleep. Ui rrom out thla world of rIoobs. 'T ton" . Sht Lsft the Lenitfille Eiposition. elderly lady, the leader of the fnMiIon in lior own fitniily, nttetidol tko SoHliirrH Kxpoei tlon Wnlnonlay. She U, and nlways has liccn, very Imhirii; in fact, alro's so brtsliful alie won't get married, and the has had over so many odors. That was Arkansas day tlio day Governor Berry, of that State was piwienlcil in the main hall of the bitilJing, ttefore a largo audienee, with a suit of clothes from cotton picked in Arkansas exact ly forty-fo- ur hours previously. Tho suit was nicely placed on exhibition beside Mayor Jacob and his A Newport Hanwrrkd Onm In the agea of Ui part Hl heart brat m can Bat lot the kMMaJn niM to on WhoM life we until ewwl I tt No mora upon thin mundane aphera Khali walk our honored deeil, For on Ilea In patriot'' griTO A grow to w tilth we'ra arod I Weep, enldlcr, weep, for one who ttorft IVnaath lirtgM freedoma Ml, ,tball never wake front etatnlrrlnp; death Tht which U free from toll t Tharotnradea that bar fallen ne.Ui Tha ffrrtt IlctirUtoa'i Aro Rhall nerer watt from thedr long ele i To ralM th rrlWa Ire. Tbcra wm a man, oM honeet Abe, Who fought for freedom', cauee; It loneed Uia eharklo from the alare, And (rained th world', epplauael lint death, dcepoller of n all, Canie on ton aoon for on Tb amahem. bnlM mad Ita way, And IJnciIi(,a III wm rim. Weep, i again, you uco, doctor. Yea, drank ngninl Tlio satno old atory. Wlintnoxt?" It was n mlo young man in thirties who apoko thus ; and there was an exceeding weariness in tlio tons of his voico and bearing. Tho great physician who sat opposite to him nodded, gravely. "Ayo," continued tho young man, in the samo dreary manner an before, " I jaflt recollect something about it I was picked up in tho gutter by a policeman last night. My front teeth, I find, had been kicked down my throat or out ol it at all events Uiey were gono ; but I managed, to maka myself intelligible, and hiccoughed out that I lived hern. It was a Ho I always tell lies at these bines but I was afraid to go homo Homo I I have no home but to my brother's house. Why was I afraid? I was afraid becauso I had robbed him. I had stolen his wifo's miniature and tlio coral necklace of n child to buy drink. I havo spent tho money for which I pawned them, and hero I am again." IIo apoko without tlio smallest emo tion, and thou fixed his eyes doggedly on tho ground. Ho had naturally something of tho student's stoop, and now he bent so low that ho looked tho very picture of abject misery. Tlio physician whom ho addressed gazed at hint meanwhilo with intenso compassion Walter Clifford and Cecil Gnilmni had boon schoolfellows together at Ilarrov, Mid fast friends at Oxford. Graham (th dortor), after passing his examination eroditably, though without distinction hud taken n degree as a physician, and being a man of much sound aenso and A Echomo for tho scientific prolong ubftcrvation, rather than an abstract ation of human lifoby tho prevention t.'holar, had rapidly risen to tho first instead of cure of disease lately per- rank in his profession. Clifford, ivh through his academic cored ished in Erio, Pa. It was organized had gono much moro brilliantly, and had taker under a special charter as tho Nation iiigii honors, was a poor, degraded vagaal Longevity Union , and, instead of bond, a lagging letter writer, a creature sending out ordinary agents liko insur whom it was not ttafo to receive lute ance companies,its drummers wero to ono'a houso lest ho should steal somebo "missionary hygienists," who would thing. Yet in spito of all thcro was a go far and wide through the land, nameless dignity alxitit tho castaway and it was hard to belie vo that ono who founding lodges, and offering freo in his calmer bouis spoko and thought medical attendance as an inducement o nobly should bo so vile. Tho nigh I for taking stock in tho company. But, before tho conversation just recorded h just a week after its organization, the hnd been brought senseless to Dr. Graproject was crushed by Judge Ga- l- ham's house, a shameless bundlo of dill brach, who'annuled its charter, on the' and rags ; but tho doctor, Wing unmara ground that tho.scbcmo was too vast ried mid freo to follow his instincts as good ti.imaritan, had recognized him at and vagub in scope, and too liable to once, housed, fed and clothed him be made a great national iraud. It is anew. Tho samo thing hnd happened remarkable how many schemes of an ut least twenty timos Iniforo, and Graanalogous sort have sprung up lately. ham was wondering how nnd when such Pennsylvania being a chief centro of visits would end. " Come, cheer up. old follow!" ho said them. Tho Graveyard Insurance pro kindly. "I'vogotaii idea. Go down ject was only recently squelched; tho and live with my aunt in Cornwall. She Marringo'Endowment tcherao perished is a worthy soul and makes capital tea. before many persons bad lost heavily You use! to liko tea, I remember. You by it; but this Longevity Union has U do as you like, cat excellent apple given a xnoro remarkable illustration puddings and help her to manage her than any of the occasional biovity of bees and her cucumbers whenoycr you feel iuclined. I havo got a little estate corporate life. down thcro, too, you know, which I inii Suuiimncj A Pkince. When tho herited from my dear mother. Bo inj prince, a good many years ago, made agent till something letter turns up. I the tour of this country with the duko can't afford to givo you moro than n hunot .Newcastle as his muster, ho arrived dred a year, but you will, of course, livo in Cincinnati. At that timo there at freo quarters, and thcro is really sorao very good fishing, rromiso mo only not lived in Newport, Ky., Mies Mary to ttyplo, and como, is it a bargaiu?" Whistler, of the United States Army, Tho doctor stretched out his lumd and then, as now, the most beautiful wo- looked brightly on tho human ruin beman of her age in America. The fore him. IIo tried to seem as though committee of arrangements at Cincin- ho wero asking A favor, instead of connati notified Mis Whistler that the ferring one. Clifford moved uneasily in his choir, was assigned to dance tho first eet with but mode no motion to take tho doctor's the prince of Wales. Her reply was proffered hand. Presently, how over, ho that she should be as happy to dance turned his head nway, mid began speak-iu- g "you with the prince of Wales as she would iu a vague, mining manner, as Then his spare, bent figure went with any gentleman of Cincinnati who though ho was talking to himself. shambling away out of tho doctor's "You all fancy it is drink which Is houso and passed into tho shadow bewas properly introduced and requested her bo to do, but that the would be Uio root and organ of mischief hi my yond. " Poor dovil I" sighed tho prosperous assigned to no one. And she didn't. coso," ho muttered. "Aa a matter of fact, it Is only u graft Uhii what is a physician. must not let him go ; lie Chicago Tribune. deadlier, Wausu a far moro subtlo and is staggering btroight to a And Graham seized his hat, but his Louisvillo has unbounded esteem invisible, muliuly, Siuco childhood I of tho Cov havo !eeu given to u liabit of dreaming servant met him iu tho doorway before for the of completuly withdrawing myself ho could pass out. ington child who, oh retiring it fow from my surroundings, and retiring into "Thero aro twelvo patients, sir, nights since, concluded his prayer thus: a world of my owu creation. What tho waiting-room,- " said tho man, Lord; I am going over Golcridgo required opium to effect, 1 "Gocdby, "aud hero aro three clo to Cincinnati in the morning." could do without extraneous aid, for a grams." time ; but I soon found out that stimu Tho doctor put down his hat no wua Very low Rates. lants would rou.no my jaded imagination vexed and angry with himself. Duty is DuniNO the continuance of the Southwheu it Hugged. First tea and coffee a hard taskmaster. Hut could anything ern KxiKMltion, at Loulavllle, Ky., have been dono for Walter Clifford? AuRUnt lit, and continuing 100 wero enough ; then, as these lobt their effect from constant use, I resorted to d Iha LouiaYille A Nashville Pain from ladigestlon, dyijxmi aud too will nil Excursion Ticket trow any wine; aud, as wiiio was slow in its cUbcl, hearty eating Is relieved at once by taking f Jt station to Loulavlll at one faro for to spirits. Tlio moro I dreamed Ilia one of Carter' Little Llrer Pills liuratdi- Um round trip. Tbfao Tickets will lo on moro (ruiguitlcaiit appeared to mo tho ately after dinner. Doa't forget this. ewjr day, from L. A N. Utlont and realities of life, and tho moro irrosUtibld tho temptation to dream.'' L. A. Lyons, Louisville, say-- ' ''Urown's wfNt lo good 15 day, allowing ample time Tho doctor, who was devoid of humor, Iron Hitters restored me to rect health t Vit lie tlreatcat Kziioaitlon ever held Cen- hero laid hi hum on Clifford's arm, and after suffering long with a weakened coni 4aeSiMi, and wcond only lo the said, demurely ; " Mr aunt has aa old stitution aad neuralgia." ItU'MladeltAU. doxo-mani, ta, Arkansas excellency. Tho mayor made n fine presentation speech, and was in the act of handing the suit to tho governor 'when our young lad' loft, took the 3 o'clock train, and camo home. Was she sick? No. But tho following conversation between her and a lady friend, whom aho happened to meet at tho depot when she arrived, will tell why she left: "Why, goodness gracious, Maryl Back already I I thought you were going to spend several days in Louisville." "Well, I'll tell you why I camo back so soon," sho said in almost n whisper; "I became disgusted." "Disgusted! And why?" "Why, you eee it was given out in tho papers that tho governor of Arkansas would wear at tho exposition a suit of clothes made within only a few hoars from the limo tho cotton was picked from the field in Arkansas." "Oh, that was a novelty, surely." "Well, I went to tho exposition, and got a good seat closo up to where tho governor and other notables were sitting, and after a few moments I discovered that tho governor hadn't put on the new suit yet, for tho mayor of Louisvillo was presenting it to him; and just as the mayor picked up tho pants to hand to him I got up and left." "What did you leave for, Mary?" "Why, my goodness! do you think I was going to sit there and see him put his pants on? It was awful; it Kenwas shocking, disgusting!" tucky State Journal. nrnoath bright freedom', anil, Will newr wake from elnmWrlna: elep That which I free Itnn toll) IIINTOK, eoMr, weets for on who elvepa IlL l,Orii IX liltUAMLANI). " Drank ' . ! TsssmBmmmmmmammmm ot snyiHg at an pofty who tia a hAbtt hviiool itratKXM. coBsidered trifles. IIo is also a wronr-beade- d llio Condition of socio of tho school. pony, and alio will not hear of as to light and ventilation is simply do- hk being whipped. Whcaover the m ptorabre. Sorao may be remedied, othflta como on you tako her out for a drive, ers will need to bo removed and now and your attention will bo fully occu- houses greeted in thoir placos. In school-room- s pied. For tho rest cold water shower tho llglit enters albaths, fresh fruit, indexing hooka any. most entirely from tho roar, rendering thing that i ill keep your mind occupied ; it noccsiary for the teachers lo stain I health and avoid sickness. and well, if that won't do, 'birch yom facing tho windows, while tlio work of Instead of feeling tired and Ufcly well with stinging nettles,' It is thu pupil I shaded by his onn tiody. worn nut, instead of aches very anrient remedy, and I should think I nni confident that in all such rooms and (urns, wouldn't you might answer as n mental diversion in great injury ii lx;tiig dono to the rather feel fiesli and stronr? your case. At all oiciils forswear the if many of tlio occupants. Many Iwltlo." rooms nro oiiilrd with uo adequate "Tlio bottlo I" answered Clifford, sad means of ventilation. In sou'.o the Yon can continue feeling ly. " How ahall I convince you tlial I plans adopted havo proved failures in miserable and j;ood for nodon't coro for it? Up to yesterday part or wholly, while in othors no means thing, and no one but youroven I hnd fought for somo timo pretty whnU-vchavo lieen provided savo by self can find fault, but if you successfully against tlio great demon, as tho doors aud windows. During warm arc tired of that kind of life, you will call it, and had only drank weather, mIicii these can Imj left open, you can change it if you moderately of wino at my brother's ta- no great harm need lo done, but, whan choose. ble. It was tho afternoon, that timo cold weather requires that thoy Ik , toward 1 o'clock, when our vitality is tho foulness of tho air becomes I low? y rjctting one said to lie at tho lowest mino certainly nlmoU unbearable, and no effort or bottle of Urown Ikon is. I thought a glass of alisintho would watchfulness on tho part of tho teacher? taking it rcrjularly relievo mo, but then It occurred to mo can mako thn rooms fit for use Even according to directions. that tlio absintho would not givo mo the tho air in a city like ours is far slightest pleasure or soloco if I did not from being pure, and it is safe to say MtntCcM, OL 3, Nov. , ill i. dream over it. If I had to think of thn that, with all our efforts to secure venti0ntlfl!Kl- l- I tiara tuRrt! with uuu mm prrm'M nlicr unilkllig 11, ii rain In my khla aaj back, and mat school-room- s lation, thn nir ot many aorrnctl tu niy brtatf with itioot. would only intensify my feilings and IncMim all Inmueh m boly, f would, if analyzed, bo found to contain mfej with gTjit weal ikii, drprrt inato them nnro terribhi. So I did uni five times tho normal amount of ilan cf tlnt. ami loat or appe drink, and turned my footstep towanl titr. I gus, besido all tho other improm meilicinrt, and waa treated home, wimiwfjil and dejected. It wo lnnt )livkUn fcrmyltrcr, kid purities incident to tho collecting into I RtnrtrtUf. rifyt, 1m then that tho enchanted castle nroso I thought I would try Itrowna Iron ono room of from forty to sixty chillliilcn; I haranowtaVraonabottla foro mo in all its nllurcinenU. I was dren. During tho past tvto years conami a half and am abmit wr II bain drawn, or went, if you will, towanl it In tide and lack all canroteit tagion diseases havo prevailed iu our all rut of my lrat, ami 1 haw a portals, and oueo I enter thcro my will Cnod appetite, and am catning In midst moro than over before. Not only Is gone. Anything to stay in it n fow atrenfthand flrah. HcanjutUfba calltd lUali-r- c havo many children Irom our schools """'""minutes longer. That means drink. Tc Johm K, AlllSDIt. died, but hundreds ot othot havo bocn resume primary evil, dreaming. Graft interrupted i i their sthool work on this upon it, drink." Brown's Iron Ditti.ks is account. It is a notleoablo fact that " Rouso yourself, man," replied thf theso diseases aro more prevalent in composed of Iron insoluble physician with affectionate earnestness form; Cinchona the great cold weather, and it is moro than proba"Your coso is in your own hands. ble tonic, together with other that tho physical system of tho Think of all tho wiso hold dear in life standard remedies, making children is rendered moro susceptible to ot man's esteem, of woman's affeeliou a remarkable theso diseases Ihh'uuso of tho polluted and of tho world's honor." tonic, which will cure Dysair they nro obliged to breathe from "Supposing that I liko my world talpepsia, Indigestion, Malaria, four to live hours per dsy. It is ei pensler than yours!" replied tho dreamer. ive to Uiild now Weakness, and relieve all s and pro"Who knows which is tho better, the vide ample means of ventilating tlio Lung and Kidney diseases. world of facts or Hint of fancy? Heic, same, but it is far moro expensive to I am a shabby outcast; tho very children have tho work of the school broken up hero cry out on me. There, not rovnl by preventable diseases. Visit, near tho Israel in his glory was arrayed more closo of tho day, any of tho rooms, lit magnificent than I. I feast off sumptuwhich thcro is it lack of good ventilaous faro nerved to mo by Numidiuu maidi Wrichts Indian Yecetable Pills on golden salvers. I drink rich wine tion, and tho lassitudo shown by tho roit TIIK children in all their exercises will con from jowolcd goblots, cooled with mountvince any ono how impossiblo it is for ain snow. My abodes aro ivory palaces, built by pleasant waters, whero tho white tho miud to do nuy really-goocygnet wooes tho lily queen, and thcro I work under such circumstances. Tho And all Bilious Complaints no grip am mado glad. In my gardens tho toll brain refuses to act, imperfect lessons Bate to take, twins AU inr cedar spreads her ample canopy against aro tho result, tho teacher loses confiThouaandaolfram ar tlio noonday sun. Flowers of gorgeous dence in her ability to interest and benannually rjbwd (.(thai vlcUlua, lit ra fTol.nir.rd efit tho pupils, and becomes discour-agehues and subtlo frngronco cluster over ltalplnnaiJ health ra JAliool Sujtcrintcndait Daniel; torrd kyuaeodb (real crystal fountains. Tho luscious fruit V1G0RAT0R! hangs ripo upon tlio limo and orango tree Orand aphis, Mich. GERMAN Which poailltely and permanently rurea Terrace upon terrace rises rango upon (cauaed by ol any kind.) Aeuil I.V .l.V.I,Sl.V.l 1IOHKIHLK VKATlf anil all dlarava thai (Ullow a rango, each thronged with graceful statrial loai ut energy, kaaol On tho Gth of January, 1758, as Kb; aao,uencorrJlf-AIuw,a- a ues, till all aro crowned by graceful memory, untrertal laaaltude, pain lo lbs Lack, Louis XV. was enterinir his carriage diniDeaaoftiaion, prematura okl ate, and taany towers, whence my banner floats. Tin otherdlaeaaea that lead Ut roneuiai'Uort and a pra groves liencath aro full of nightingale Versailles, a stout young man pnshot maiurv grava. vw crnu lor eirruiara wnu uu uonlala free by mall. Tha lNViUOIlATttlt stablx; and dancing elves. Fairy minstrelsy through tho Swiss Gusrds . nnd Itaold at II per lui, orali luira lur II, by all Tho drucrlata, or will Im aeot fre by mall, arruraly the King with a pocket-knifeawakens tho sylvan echoes round ubont, aaled, on receipt if prlc, by addmalnt- was ciiKNcr, and tiny lutes givo answer to soft dulci- wound wus slight, but all Franco 113 AdaumUeel, Toledo, OMo, Tho osjunsin was Pierro Sola agant lor tha United HUlea. 1 It) mers. Tho distant clash of fair Titania't convulsed. poor cymbals comes from afar, each with s ll.imiens, a fanatical Jansonist a lunatic, without accomplices, plan or silver sound. My word is iowcr. In rational motive. my audience halls await ambassador In his iwckct was found a neatly-iKiiiu- d from subject nations. My laws givt New Testament, nud his purpose wealth and eaco to millions, and when rido abroad, attended by my court and mils to promote tho orthodox faith. I I'Vom tho hour of his arrant to tho moministers, my pcoplo crowd aloiit my two horses' reins to kiss my feet, and shout ment of hi death, n jeriod of days, ha was mouths and tweuty-threwith heart and voico, 'God save th iu tortnrj whenever ho wus awake, so King.'" chained aud con"That way lies madness," remarked cruelly was he bound, fined. When at lost tho d.iy of executho doctor, gravely. " Wo call it Kick. Uradaeha and rtllcrn all tha tmoble tion came, ho 'was taken to tho torturu or morbid passion for vain glory Nauara, l)rowalni, Dwtreaa alter ratlnr, cn.unbcr and subjected to tho greatest " What would you give mo in j"aln In Iha Hide, At. Whild their moat rvuwt-ald- a anguish which tho human aucccai hi Urn ahown lu curing for it ? " replied tho dreamer, amount of is capable of enduring, surgeons grimly. "Chambers in Pump court or timely notico of Lincoln's Iun; a Sunday dinner with funding by to give my friendly country editor or kind atIlradvhAjft Carlrr'aUttlo IJrrr miaara equally Taloabla In Conptijullou, curing and Then ho wus driven by a circuitous torney, till I had grown base enough tc (hey alaacorrrcl i on to through tho streets of Paris to all dianrdrra or tha tlomarh, atlmnlata tha llrtr bo knighted with soma city huckster, axul ngalatc tha Lawela. Ktm 1( iiu-- j only cr4 tho place of execution. ThU took an mado rich by cheating his fellow-ma- n aud u half. Another half hour he or, wero I steeped to tho very lips in ni.ur was kept waiting in full view of tho infamy, till I was mado a junior Boron apparatus not Itcing Ache thrr vrotild bealmoat pricrfrta to thoaa who in your falling House of Lords, a too) preparations, tho (ufl. r rrcra thi dlatrctuinit complaints bat " icady. Then, in view of tho assembled of party, tho very essence of a roguo ? vho onca Uy them will find threw IllllapUla multitude, many of whom were women, " Wako up, I say," replied tho doctor, la ao many wajt thaWhry will not M wUUbs tic was placed on a lofty platform aud toilawlUiODtUuia. Hut after all lick btal rather testily. "Wako up and bo a First, his tho hellish work began. man." right hand was hiirued off; next, masses "No, thank you," replied Clifford. t torn from him by would rather return to my sltimlierB. of flush wero la thtlane of ao many Jlrea that hra la where art lead and resin nuka oar treat boaaU Our pUU euro It wrhila too, thcro has como into my pincers, and melted Lately, OtheradoDot. poured into tho wounds ; lastly, a stroug Carter'a Lltlla Liter Wle are wry raull ana dreams a vision of unutteroblo loveliTery easy to take, Una or tvro nllla maka a dote. to each of his four ness, ncr form is all my soul has over horse was attached They are. atrlctly niciiabla and tlo not ftjttt or to tear rorCT, bat by their jrvntla action pleaaaallwho pictured of tho beautiful ; her voico it limbs, aud an attempt was mado Laathem, InTlalaatMcentai flraforft. SoU where, or cnt by mall. Vj diotfiWa what my cars havo keenest sought in him to pieces. CARTEIt MEDICINE CO., Kctr York. After a considerable period it was s, and hci music ; her oyes aro o found impossiblo to do this, and a h'ps aro sweeter than tlio honoyoonib TAKE THE- was Bent for permission to cut the though shapo and voico and lips bo all muscles ot tlio joints. It was refused, of air. Good-by.- " OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R. W. "Yet stay," sold Graham, anxiously, and again nu attempt was mado to tear tho limbs apart, but without success. roa tiii "or do not, at least, go ompty-haudoTako this, and, when it is gono, why A second time word was sent that tho horses could not toar tho dying wretch come again, 'for auld lang syne.' " Tlio vagabond's hand clutched almost asuuder. Permission was Uieu given, traoat and tho muscles woro severed, but not fiercely at tho coins hold out lo him. both legs and ono arm had boon "Novcr fear," ho said, with an absent uutil ! tor.i off did tho prisoner expire, will sco mo again." laugh, sov-cr- al !.,,' CfitRCB rMRRCTflRt. at. rKerirwlfl"At. atianatT. BUHDRTT t. A a owa SEEK WALLaca a, vaaaoK. r. rr, VAKNON, RM. Hn.lV li.tlAAl aU A M B V B..M Ti W. ft W. Superintendent. HTANrVBD, KY. ay CHIIIHTIAN dayWarahlp by Iha rnngrrgallnn Col OrBeeln Owaley AlStn'anew building up lUlra, rrrarlilnc by lr. J. W. on Hecnnd and Kuiittli tonl'i daya. Sunday Nchool " letT I'HYTOW at II. Joe. Hereranre, Murrlnlendent. Kay. II. C. Mnrrlaon, Huperlnten.lent. OAlTIST. KIT. J. M. Haoca, Taator. Hrnlraa an PaeonJ and Konrlh MuBdaye, nrirnlngand night, rriyar Mealing aeery Wvlnewlay after. RTIlblltirrrHIUTH RT. II. a Mnrrlaon. am XIX a aeior celling rivrj numiay morning ana the third. Prayer Meeting erery Thnreday alfht. Hnnday rVhool atldu a, at, A.rrroniv3avh aKV. llllyr MT. VERNllK, Ulti WN. ie.v. lJ yaoi, ATTtmNJJYM A'l' JA.W. A'l ojo-nig- ht PIUMHYrKIIIAN, Hnnl.HiipetlntrndKnt. Wailneadaynlchla BdllTII.-ll- rrTANFllllP, KV, John W. Will piVtlceln theliiuittof Uneuln and lUnion I'rarer Meeting on Joining niunllpa and Ida ruperlnr (uit and Court ri4clal alteulloa glten totollettKine ol Ill DRireon l.ancaaler atrvt. rVlind at IS ee. I, H. A.'JKTOIlNl'lV JAAV, OPERA HOUSE. -- HTANrXllttl, KV. DANVILI.K, KY., f,uela nf Ma.Iii aad adlolalne eountlea and In Iha Court of Apale. A.'jrroiiNjTav a.v In tha AI.EX. ANDMHBON, za.w. urnt h.iIm f W.i P. WALTON, . - Proprietor. flliae(ttag,'2lr,o. Klhl er.mr.lele Heating aa alioya. AndMaalerlomiiilaalntierllnrkraailaUirrullCoutt MT VKHNUN, KY. Attcirittty A.I. Jtiv. LXR F. HUrCMAN, KV. J. H. riBlt. Will prarllra In Iba Ibwkraatle four II, aria ol tVen-er- y Office In OoutMiou, raparlly, Intludlng gallery, too. lloniaapecUlty. ralea lo good altractiona, Aiidreaa tVller. IVt ' clo-wd- nd Stanford Female College. NTANTOHD. KY. Oaira-na- uth aide Main street, two daora ahave the atyeri Hotel. I'areNllroua OilJe tlae administered when re- quired. out-do- UK W With a Full Corps ef Teachers. Tblilnetlliitlon will open lla Thlrlrenlh Haaalon an Iha Id Monday In tfeptrmber netL al-t- KKNTtlCKY. HTANFOKIl, Offlra nrer linhl H, t.ylle'a atore. Office lour from I to II a at. and I to 5 r. at. Aneelhellread Ill-lyiiilnlelered wnen nereeaary. . 1. K Hfcm DttlttlHl. IU I'BNNY, Al.l. TIIK BRANCHKH UK A T. J. IIONM.Y, House Painter & Paper Hanger i;o.?in andar-lren.Ui- THOROUGH ENGLtSHCOURSE A re tough t, ae well u MUBIC, THE XiANaUAQKII. BHAW. INO AND l'AINTINQ. HTANFOKD, KY. - TERMS MODERATE. "MONOIV KOIITJE." In Tuition, nrlrew ranarw from 115 to l'.0 In tb reerular larpertwenla. I'rliaary, Z(; InUrmedlala HO; ITeparalojy, IM, and IMIegUle, 140. MKM. Louisville, New Albany St Chicago Far full N. I. TKIIKIIKAKT. aa la llnaM, Ac.adJreau Railway. . AUnforJ. IJneeln (la., Ky, I'rlarljiial, Tlin O.YM UrlK;ilUNNINII HALL'S Pulliniui LOUISVILLE Palaco TO Cars! ANII miMU TltAIN- H- CHICAGO school-house- RatabI.B IS RECOMMENDED DY PHYSICIANBC HractaL Notice. Iaaaengere Iran tha I. A N. K, It. arrlte In Loiiletllle In llwelo take Iha erenlng train of Iha "Moaoa Uoute" and go through la (JrcfBCAatlr. CrATrferttstlllf, d LIVER rvrcr-liWe- : Drua-vlu- v OUJUOH lo TIMKTAIILK. ana Catarrh of thn Naiaal Ulcamtlrsl Catarrh of thn Ear, Cya or Pally hTATIONn. nnd Throat. It In takan INTERNALLY, nnd acta DIRECTLY upon tha Blood It 7 tin Ltr. aiulaillleu. Mucoua Burfacea of tha Siatam. Arr. tJrcvnraatle... If tho Ivaat Blood Purifier In tho 11 Crawfonlarlll WORLD, nnd la worth ALL that la a " UtayetU .. charged for It, for THAT alono. . Chicago Cnelty-Chron- - and L'tilraKO nlthout rhaugp. Idtrajetta laally. " UlH llllla 1CI pat ltSlu Itlpa Ilia It pat lUau a la una 4 ROBBED IN (lklrm, tmii fli-trne- ut The moat dlrrtt route, with only ana tbaageaf INISENAL CUES rORTCATAERB care, to all wlnU In nlarooala, Mluneaota, lewa, tTT-ITHE HAitKirrai rlebraata, Ac For lurth.r lufjewatloa. addreae MUIIIUY KKLLKILO. And w offer Ono Hundred Dollars tor nny IM- Uularllle, Ky Cnaoof Catnrrti It will not Cure, WILT. CUKi: ASV CAH- IOx'l 0ITlfo of A. T. Srawanr Cntcano, 111 , Juno 4, Ihtil. ( Oa, JWeta, O. Afeitrr. J rAenert rOoaJairn In Infoonl- you leaUrMen.- - I tS lltat I Uaro ueeHl llall'a Calanll Cum It l.aa an.1 doVt tiealtate to enrol me I iea cry y that It will cure anyraaoot Catarrh It telio Your truly, prvperly. J, K WcaTtttaruau. AVORT1I eilO A I10TT1.U. had K. Mraaur, Jartaon, tllcli, writea Catarrh for iWyean. Jlair.CatajrliCumcunJ 0NL7 D- tt nut. r.j. I Xamilartiinil amt Stdal'tV'irlotora.TOUilJO, Kor aala In HUnLrrd anl.lerltwortliliatOtltlo. It JI UruccwiUat 56 rt. nohlV T OIKTCY r lt" OUtO. J tmtUn. At CO. THECRCAT Through Trunk Line ly fenny A MrAll.ter. 191-- fJAOTitfSl Afflicted, Attention m. GAM'S MANUr'AlTUHKP MY REMEDIES I W. K. (UNN, M FOU THE MILLION. P., o MONTICEXI.O. KY. Tbe world la Sited with the wonderful, lautl-fu- l and Inlrlrate Imenllooe el man, yet all Iha combined talent and genlue that the world liaa er known haanaeer pei.lurr.1 anylhlne that ran roiuiiare walh "Dr. tl.nu'. lientediee." Medkal aklllan-- l eclenta hate, aa 1(1, la I lid to dlaroter any thing oiual to Ibnu, ike cure of Iba dla eaaca lor w hieh they are rHrMitmetid(l. A. Ih.lr rlrluee aud uara ate pralaed by Ihouaanda llirough out Ike length and breadth ol tbe land, andaa Mandard Kaaillr Ueallelnea, they ran cot tu ant are fully eubelaullated by the altong-e- at teatl uonlala. KurCougha.tijl.la, Group, llronrhllla, Conauaip tlon and all PlteaMwaot the Throat and lAinga, Wltfewt Cbaogeaadwlth S SHORTEST AND QUICKEST UarltiW MUTE CUBE raou LnuiiriUA to tiik SOUTH & WEST Ltlll. Uock, Moati.uierf . AtlaaU, naraauh, Jatkaoniille, JIat.ll, aad haw Orleeaa. PULLMAN CARS Ka.iltm.' 'uVJlu'. SICK best" route In riAIPDtVTO falace fare Wltkt.t Change. to fToIIda line HEAD ACHE -- For Llrer 0uiplaln!,Dyaprila, Indineatlon Jaun-dic- e, Cuuatliatlon, Hour Mlotnaxb and all lillloua IMareaaa, Ir. Jiiiiii1h oiikIi Njrup. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rroat CmlUnAn I O line el Ihle road will rrcelva areclal low ratci. Seeking homea on the Loularlllela ralacaCra without change. IIm Talo-b- la For IthrutnalUiu, H auralgla, fpralns Urvlaea aud Hwelllnga-a- n eiterual applicailou lor man or baaat lr. Guiiii'm I.lver (hire. See Ageale ol llila Company for ralee. reutea Ac..or write C. P. AlHOrlf, G. P. U T. A. t'l Loulaallle. Kr. UrlO Dr. (aHlllt'H aMtlllllfllt. dlwaaee, KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. H. ur raa TIIK MOriT PE.SIHA8LK UOUTK For ritea, llttuortboldi, altnlltr llurnt, Klalula and all "I red-ho- I'ho Dr. GaiurH Pile UliilmcHt. For Frrah Cuta, Hurna, Ulcera and Old Korea, T- O- CINCJINNATI! And decidedly the Popular lloute, anordlar, aa It doua, leaatbaugeeand auertor UTomuodatlooa to Vho Dr. tiiiiin'M HHicr-NwcOliitiuciil. ct VliODr.UHUH'HrSleHlHCll IlKtvrM Miiionri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, lode-star- mes-sag- The North, North wnat and Waal. In fact. If you A BellaMa Tonlo, Appetlier and lllood Purifier, rontaniplale a trip In any direction, your Interval aud alao curea Hylela, lndlgeatlon, l.lrer will I eUwteerred by purehaalog jour ticket la OouiplaluL Malarial tarrra and all periodical K.C. and Cincinnati. Pullman lSdara Can; Ue. plaeaaee. Manufactund and fur aale by gant New Pay Coachea, aad handaoiaely furalah-e- d llecllnlng Chair Care loru tha uneualed OSJ:. 3C. equlpmeuUof thla Old ttellable, thereby aaaklag a trip oter thla Una one ol luaurloua contort and Bole proprietor, Montlcello, Ky. aTaTAII order) pleaaure. Try it. no-- tl by niall will rocelra piouipt attention," TIUK TABLU. IN,EFFC4 JULY W. IMS. W. U., East, West and North GHESJIPEIIU OHIO RY. BOUTU. No. 1. a 00 I No. 4. No. It, "I mad-house- 0 laughs at locksmiths, ulul so do those who nro bound td attend a circus, Tho operatives of a silk-mihi Pater-son- , N. J., asked permission to go to tho touted field. Tho proprietors of the mill said tho manufacture of silk must go on, and to mako assuranco doubly snro they locked tho factory doors with tho operatives inside. After demanding to bo liberated several times, ono of the and took employes took a screw-drivoff tho lock. Tho crowd rushed out, at regaining yelling ' liko school-boy- s their liberty. Thoy went to tho circus. JjOVK ll Loulavllle 3iPaaHB'rg altiaciSMBi'"with taorlbweataud boulhwoat. Can on Kentucky's Kouto The only Hoe running East L0HI8VILLK U tha Kiat and tha North. Kraa In r lor Carl to Clnclnnall andl'alacableeplnf Can to Clnclonatl Waahlnt-to- n, llaltluiora, fbtladtlphlaand Ntw York.wllU. out change. lilUIHVILLK la Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPINO OARS Lra. Cerlngtoa. Fgluiouth Cyuthlana . Arr. I'arla.,.... Lie. 1'arle. Arr. Lealuglon.H.. . I.re. I'arla. ii Jlllleraliur,. H .Catllala -. ArrIt - Uau 10 a ui a to p u It is a u a it p la a in a is p u II IS am I lllpa n lopio p ia 00 pu IJUpu I 7 Uayarllle. nlbt train, Ivoulaw illo ti HU ftlaia loula. HleeplBtl lO Hours vi rxx lotusLOUIS. to HT. from A SOIJDTILAIN IeilhlVlllOt(iH(,lHllHllHHlIa-XlUKtUHt Wlnchealer II Itlcliuood... Itvpuiaewpm II ao vu OH pro 14 p w lancaater M. 10 Bo pin laoup ui ..... Arr. Hlaniord June Nu. I. I Ma. I. No. IS NoTit. i i. ii .rial . IS 11 a ml .,..I0 an 1 no p a t It p ni u lllpai Ic 00 ii ir (com-Moc!- !;, Kail-roa- won't say gruoo when ho steps into a railway eatiug house. Ho knows that '.t would bo asking too much to request Hint ho bo mado thankful for anything ho will got there. Eton a deacon Sotion Post. "How much Utter you look, Mn. 8.1" "Yee, I have gained 32 pound on Hall's Catarrh Cure. Have not felt so well ia L'O year, It has made a complete cure and is worth $50 a bottle to any oae that has the catarrh." tk Street Talk. a lu a u 1 uu pu 7 S3 a iu i :o p u Ulller.Lurg It 41 pin Joa a (dally) from lAUlarlile The 1.15 p. iu. Kif-ttAir I'arla . I IS p u. haaralwadleeplDiiCnii from 1uIitIIU to New Connection In aatua ileput Willi (ail Iralua lor Lte. tealnglou u 1U lu Void without chiuife, arrlrlug at Wiulilacloii 1.23 Ieua ui a is p u . " lVtla. p. ui. Dtildar Crnthlana.. tUa tu IB) p IU " Falmouth. 10 ot a u I H h id Hours Ahead of All Gompetitori, 11 Arr. Uurluglon. tlaw a a p u Euilitrauta aud Hoiua-beeki- n la that) A U Wj The Direct Roate toLytiohburg, Dan no. ia i.r, imt a uu a io, Arr. aaayerllla V 00 a ui No M I.r. Majrerllle S 10 a u, Arr. Ur. 9 20 a w bar IhroujU DiyCouhra on all iralni. llara ville, Norfolk, S 28 p ui, Arr.Uayerllleaae No. 27 I.T. no midnight chaugea. Arrlra at rit. 1 boura nu No. VS I.T llajarlllel bp in, Arr. Ut. 4 00 In adrauoaol other llnee, thexby aecurlng mora Nu. I.e. for a 20 pin. An. Faluoulh 7 M put time (uruaklug change ol lata aud gvlllug Oral no. n i,r. choice of Mali lu cure of ronuwtlng lino. All Virginia and North Carolina Nua. 3 aud 4.raiuioum o ia a in, Air, liiy. a io a lu dally balwten ltlabuiond, InaJrancaor other llnea to Indlauapolli ami Foiata. u.. ..I . riil. (Vivlrtirtritif .11 i.lli.ra .1.11 ........ Ualngton Cblcaitoaad lhaouly lluaglrlug lu patroni auaiiai, ft. For tlckela aud lurtbrr Information, apply t tide aloug the ihorei ofljite Mirhlgau. mil RHttM) to For tlckela, rataa. Hue, uiape, Ac. apply la yeur Uoa.i.t IU kel olttia, or aljitaa TUkrt Ageuta ol rounecllug lloia or addreta 1L B. IIKOWN. Houtbrru l'aaarnmr art.. JAHIJt ). KKNNT. For llckela. ralea and Inlbiuiatlon perlalnlog to Ilrul. Wialeru Aleut. H. K.Cor, A Malu ala , Loularllle. 1IUW Main Nl Ujulaillle, Ky. (line, cuuDrtilour, dr.,ittall on or addrttg . W. B. 8IIATTUC, ariiAuL-iiTv- i v W. W. I'EAUOWV, Uen'l laaaeaget- Alt V, W. MM Ucu'l Uaoajer. Y. Vta.I.KK, ITU, II. Ueu'l Unclnnatl. (). I- - U1UIUW Uau'i MaOM.r, U. W.BLNDEU. I'aae'f Att. WcbuiOBd, Virginia. J, t. HILL, raaxuiar Agent, UUnou.Ky Kufertulaudipt QM'irauVtLAaA, UAIIOand Iha North, with bay Uoachra aud lie. tllulog Chair Can throu(b without ilungu, 2 Trains INUIANAItlLIS.l'lll. J U1UIHVII.LK lo liy.e Lie. Klanfortt June " (.aniaaler lilchiuond Wlnchealer Arr. I'arla. .... Lte, Majarllle a 10 a illiu lUlUI 30 a I a 10 a in 2 00 20 iu IS p ui plu pu a s Sip i :opiu oapin 01 LOOK AT THIN WASHINGTON CITY. " wroxrYorlsL. l. a Special ..vt. EmisraHts.