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Tho deacon that was with Ma got tho jack of spades and thrco aces and n deuce, and Ma got somo nino spots and n king of hearts, and Ma nearly fainted, cause she didn't got a belter hand, I speeo. Tho preacher got a pair of deuces, and n queen of hearts, aod he looked up at Pa as. though it was a misdeal, and a old woman who sat across tho aisle, lie only got two cards, but that was enough. Pa didn't too what ho dono at Cist, 'causo ho had the handker-chie- f over bis oyes, bu,t when ho smollcd tho rum on it, he took it away, and then be saw overybody discarding, and he thought ho bad struck a poker game, aud be looked around as though bo was mad causo they didn't deal him a hand. Tho minister and ndjourncd tho prayer-mooti- ng whispered to Pa, and overybody went out holding thoir noses on account of Pa's fumery, and when Pa camohome ho asked Ma what ho should do to bo saved. Ala said sho didn't know Tho deakiu told her Pa seemed wedded to his idole. Pa said tho deakin better run his own idols and Pa would run hi. I don't know how it is going to turn out, but Pa says ho is going to Peck's Sun. stick to tho church. been dealt better. STANFORD, KYM TUESDAY, OCTOBER The Country Newspaper, 9, 1883. Sleep, 188. If. P. WALTON, - Editor and rvpnehr rubllthrit , THfKititym omiI fYlttnv, - tvi.'no visit amnum ub- arPleat Mlptlnn, don't Mmt lUmpt In pirment of otcepttoinlrotrint.iid nomination! net OTr three fnl. lhi of i1w THE BAD SOT. "What U it I hoitnl about your Pa being turned out of prayeMneoting Wednesday nlghtf' asked tho grocer ot- the bod boy, m ho came over after tome CKflloIopos fur breakfast, and plugged a eouple lo eeo if thoy wcro ripe. "Ho wuin't turned out of prayer-meeti- ng at all. Tho pcoplo all wont and Pa and mo was tho last away ones out of the church. Hut Pa was mad, and don't you forget it." fl"Wcll, what seemed to bo tho Has your Pa becomo aback trouble? - slider?" t i" v "O, no, his flag is still there. Hut" to go wrong. You something see-rasee, when wo get ready to go to last night, Pa told mo to go upstairs and get him a handkerchief, and todropalitllo perfumery on it, and put it in tho tail pocket of li!s black coat I did it, but I guess I got hold of the wrong bottle of fu raery. There was a label on tho fu mery bottle that said 'Jamaica I turn' and I thought it was tho same as Hay Hum, and I put on a whole lot. Just afore I put the handkerchief in Pa's pocket I noticed a pick of cards on the stand, that Pa used to play liii- ojack with Ma evenings whea bo was so nek be coulunt go down town, foo fore bo got'ligion, and I wrapped tho handkerchief around the pack of eards and put thera in his pocket. I don't know what niado mo do it, and Pa don't cither, I guess, 'cause ho told M tbis morning I was possessed of a devil. I Bovcr owned no devil, but I bid ijW of pet gnats once, ami thoy played hell all around, Pa said. That's what the devil docs, ami it? Well, I must go home with theso melons, or they wont keep. "But bold on," says the grocery man, as ho gavo tho Iny a few raisins with worms in, that bo couldn't sell, tckeep him, what about the praye- rs 'pray-er-meeting nhnlf sad-eye- and Talent. "Take that bottlo and go out and got me some whisky," said Col. Jim- woman whoso jams to tho it was to be the wifo of a miifortuno convivial inebriate. "Givo me money to buy it with." "Give you moneyl Why, any darn fool can get whisky if ho has money, but to get whisky without monoy is what lakes talent. I thought you had d somo talent." f i 0 i 1 4 "0, 1 liko to forgot. Well Pa and and Ma me went to prayor-meeticame along afterwards with a deakin that is mashed on her, I guess, 'cause be says she is to bo pitied for bavin' to go through life linked to such an old prize ox as Pa. I beard him tell Ma that, when he was helping her put on her rubber water.privilege to go home in the rain tho night of the sociablo, and sho looked at him just as she does at me when sho wants mo to go down to the hair foundry after her switch, and said, "0, you dear brother," and all the way homo ho kept her water--. privilege on by putting hU arm on tlie.stuall of her hack. Ma asked Pa if he didn't think tho deakin was real kind, and Pa said1 "jcx, dam kind," but that was afore bo got 'ligion. Wo sat in a pew, at tho prayer-moetinext to Ma and the deakin, and there waa lots ot pious folks all around there After the preacher had gono to bat; and an old lady bad her in nings, a prayiag, and the singers had got out on first base, Pa was on deck, and the preacher said thoy would liko to hear from the recent convert, who waa trying to walk in the straight and narrow path, but who found it so hard, owing to the many crosses ho had to bear. Pa knowod it was him that had to go to bat, aud he got up and, said be felt it was good to be there. Ho said bo didn't feel that ho waa a full aized Christian yet, but he waa getting in his work tho best ho co'ukl. He said at times everything looked dark to him, and bo feared he should falter by the waysido, but by a firm resolve be kept bis eyo sot on the future, and if he was tempted to do ,' wrong he said got thoo behind mo, iU for a and stuck in bis pull for tho right. He said bo was thankful to tho brothers and sisters, particularly the sbteis, for all they had , done to make his burdea light, and hoped to meet them all When, Pa gat u far as that ho sort of broke down. I suppose he waa goiug to say heaven, though after a fiiw minutes they all thought he wanted to meet them in a saloon. When bis eyes began to leak, Pa put his band in his tail pocket for hia handkerchief, aad got bold ot it, and gave it a jerk, and out eane tho handkerchief, Bad card. Well, if be bad shuttled them, and Ma had cut them, and be had dealt six hands, they couldn't have ng, ng, Sa-tantoo-na- Taking up tho bottle with a sigh, tho patient, longsudering woman went out. In a short time sho returned. Apprcntly sho had beeu successful, for sho placed tho bottlo beforo him and said in low, reproachful tones: "There! tako it and drink it to your heart's content." "Now that's what I call smart. You have got real gcuiui, or you couldu't hove got whisky without monoy;" and placing tho bottlo to his mouth, ho was ubout to quench bis thirst, when ho discovered the bottlo was empty. "Why, what does this mean?" "It means that anybody can drink whisky when tho whisky is in tho bottle, but it takes real talent to drink whisky when thcro is none iu tho hot tlo. Drink away, I know you liavo Texas Siftings. got talent." Lightning Work. By our own Col. Frank Wolford, member of Congress from this (the 11th) district, tho following was rcla ted ono day lost week : "When I was first married, I asked my wifo to be my mate early in tho morning, got married beforo break-fas- t, after breakfast bought me a farm and started to pick out a location for a house. I met tho overseer a tho county road, who was that day going to work tho road and had about two hundred bauds. I told him I had bought tho farm and was on my way to to lect a spot for my house. He remarked to me if I would furnish him tlirco gallons of whisky he would take bis hands and build my house- that day. I told him I would seo him in his grave beforo I would give him or his hands ono drop of whisky. Then ho asked me for $5. I gavo tbis to him, and ho called up his force and built tho house that day, and it was tho best house I ever saw 12 feet tquar'. I moved into tho house beforo sunColumbia Spectator. down.'' The New York Star says: "There" aro upwards of two thousand persons employed in Now York in the business of selling daily newspapers. Tho tact, industry and actual cash capital required iu so extensfvo a business nro by no means inconsiderable. These nowsdealers have built up by their in dividual enorgios a system which has become indispensable to tho daily press aud contrasted with which the old delivery methods wero slow, inadequate and far from satisfactory. Far from quarreling with or oppressing the newsdealers, it should bo tho first du ty of tho press to aid, sustain and on- courago them as thoy would auy other essential adjuuet of their business." ashamed of the effeminacy of my a:x," slid a female orator. "Look at your fripperies and superfluities I Why, for instanco, do you need para- 89U when I never uao one?" And a pert minx answered: "Becauso you ate on tho shady side of life." Ellaon's Klfctrio LIglit is a wonderful Hall' dlscoTny.bul not wonderful Catarrh Cure. Fur salo tiy Penny & Mo Alliter. Succtn In Life. Without; unremitting labor, success in life, whatever our occupation, is inipOHiblo. A fortuno Is not mado without toil and monoy unearned comes to few. Tho habltunl loiterer never brings anything to pass. Tho young mon whom you seo lounging about wailing for tho weather to chango beforo they go to work, break down beforo thoy begin got stuck be fore thoy start. Ability and willingness lo labor aro tho two great conditions of succcse. His useless to work an elcctrio machino in a vacuum; but tho air may bo full of electricity and still you can draw no spark until you Tho beautiful stat-uturn tho machine. may exist in tho artist's brain, and it may also bo said in a certain sonso to exist in tho marble block that standi beforo him, but be must bring Iwth bis brains and his hands to bear upon tho marblo and work bard and long in order to produco any practical result. Success also dopends in a good measuro upon a man's promptness to tako ndvantago of the riso of the tide A great deal of what wo call "luck" is nothing moro nor less than this. It is tho man who kcops bis oyes open, and bis hands out of bis pockets that succeeds. "I missed ray chanco," exclaims the disappointed man, when ho ews another catch eagerly at tho opportunity. But something moro than alertness is needed; wo must know how to avail ourselves of tho emergency. An olastlo temperament, which never seems to recognize the fact of defeat, or forgets it at onco and begins tho work over again, is very likely to insure success. Many a merchant loses ono fortuno only to build up another and larger ono. Many an inventor fails in his last efforts and is at last rewarded with a triumph. Some ot the most popular novelists wrote very poor trash in the beginning. They wcro learning their trado and could not expect to turn out first class work until their apprenticeship is over. Ono great secret of success is not to becomo dijeou raged, but always bo ready to try again. Two of tho leading colored clergymen of Texas and tho attorney for tho colored claimants for damages against tho Houston & Central Railroad on account of denial of right to rido as havo decided to passengers, withdraw their suits against the corporation aud havo published a card to that effect, and also lo discourage all suits of a similar character. The cauaeof this action is, that after an interview with tho officials of the road, the latter agreed to put on separate coaches, with equal Accommodations, for the exclusive use of its colored patrons. In tho card tho parties withdrawing tho suit expressly deny that their intention in instituting it was to force social admixture, aud, on tho contrary, state that tho colored peoplo havo no deairo to rido with the whites, provided thoy aro equally as woll accommodated. An appeal to tho negro clement to abstain from threatened .acts of violence to the road, supplements tho document. It is understood that nil tho other railroad corporations iu tho Stato will follow tho example of tho Texas Central and arrange eoperate and equally cars for tho colored traveling public. They tell a story iu Silverton of a miner who was unsuccessful in prospecting, and sat down in tho region of his claim on Sunday morning to read Ho was reading in the tho Bible. gospel of Matthew whon suddenly a fragment of rock shining with gold, fell from a ledge just abovo his head and rested on tho words: "Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find." Up jumped the miner, searched for tho load, located tho claim and is now a bonanza king. NextSuuday many citizens were seen wandering up the slopes Of tho mountain with their Bibles in hand. o first-class well-appoi- Referring to tho country journalist, Geo. Peck, of Milwaukee, says: "When we think of tho hard drudgery that theso enterprising, indefatigable workers do in a week, and the small amount of cash and thanks they receive in return, we feel as. though somewhere something was wrong Why it is that in many localities tho pcoplo do not appreciate tho importance of a good newspaper and sustain it by liberal patronage, thui making it a better paper, is one of tho mmt unaccountable things in tho world. Wo havo no urgent call now to say what wo do; but wo toll tho pcoplo in every locality whero a newspaper is published, no matter how small and insignificant it is, thatovery dollar they pay it for subscriptions or judicious advertising puts two dollars in cash in their own pockets. Wo havo figured on it and wo know. It may not look bo on its faco, but it ii very deceiving. Lots of schemes that look as though thoy had millions in thorn, like the man who is sure bo can pick out the right card in thrco card monte, fail to re turn anything liko millions, while other schemes that do not seem to amount to anything scarcely, pan out whole handfuls of nickels unexpectedly. And tho country newspaper is of this class. Subscribe for your paper and pay fur it in advanco and if you feel at tho end of tho year that you havn't got your money's worth, then your fortuno is mado. You can go to tho museum and get $5,000 a year as a curiosity." Pention List. Only eighteen hundred copies of the new pension lists aro to bo printed, and tho sheets aro now under lock and key to prevent tho pension claim agents from obtaining copies in advance, so that they may not delude the pension ers with their circulars. It is dificult to see how these lists can prevent fraud, as thoy will havo but a very limited circulation. It would have been far better to provido for publishing at stated intervals, in at least ono paper in each county of tho country , a list of all who, residing in that county, Why, also, wcro drawing pensions. .was this important point overlooked in tbo preparation of the last census? It would have entailed no additional expense to havo obtained the figures which ropersent the military population of tbo country that part which had borne arms in the wars. Such figures wonld, in a general way, servo N. as a check to dishonest methods. Jay-Eyo-S- Thero is no danger of wearing tbis subject threadbare, for pcoplo aro bo ginning to wako up to tho fact that plenty of sleep is requisite to health, particularly in tho case of brain work ers. Tho mote sleep tho brain got tho belter docs the brain work. AH great s havo been great sleepers. Sir Walter Scott novcr could do with less than ten hours sleep, A fool may want eight hours, as Georgs III said, but a philosopher wants nino. Tbo men who havo been tho greatest gen erals are tho men who could go to Blccop at will. It was thus with Wellington and Ncpoioon. Tho greatest speakers in tho house of commons have boon the men who could go to sleep as much as thoy liked. This explained tho juvenility of aged Palmer ton. Sleep is in many cases tho best of modicmo. A friend says that bo treated himeolf for a fevor. He went to bed with a Ho drank and pitcher of lemonade. slept,and drauk and slept until ho was well again. When you tako to your bed tako nil the sleep you can out of your bedttead, oven although, toquoto Dick Swiveler's saying, you may havo to pay fur a douhlo bedded room, con fessing that you hnvo taken a most unreasonable amount of slesp nut of a siuglo bed; you will be banking a whole tlore of rccupcrativo energy. It will le safetosay to any man, that if ho sleeps woll he will do woll. brain-worker- M'ROBErTOSTAGG DRUGGISTS UNO PHAHMABEUTISTS. Opera House Slock, JJ3A.X12IIH IN DriiRH, Stanford,, KyM Chemicals, I'hIhIh, A'ccdlcH. Oar Jewelry, Sllrcrnnro and Optical deed's Department Is In Charge of Col. Trios. Ktcliaritg, whe will Repair Watches and CIocks Promptly and In tho best style. JE3-.G- Wlncfl, Mimical Wall I'apcr. IJqHerH, InmrrimeHt, Hook, NlRlloncry, Pocket Clear, HoapM, OIIh, Tobaccos, C'nlllery, liHHtpH, rcrTitBiery, I'lro Arwn, MachlHo ?. eJti TXJtIj-E- l jl . I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the hest in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. 0. Rupley. W. H. HIGGINS f -- DHAI.ER 1H- - Oroccrlow, Horse Kliocx, Saddle, pared for an early cold wintry snap in Hardwarc, 2VhIIh, Iron, Qticcuswarc, Iluggy Whips, October but remember that "winter IJuggy Wlicelri, NtovcH, HariicMi, Cano MUIs, is not yet." SpokRfl, Grates, Cider M Ills, Lap Covers, j Christmas will probably bo "green" Ithiix, Htonctvarc, Cora Shelters, Collars, and wet, and tho New Year ot Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and of 1884 balmy and open. Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin HoofTho entry of December will ba ing and GuUering will have prompt attention. cold; its exit just tho opposite, with scarcity of snow in majority of sec vo-r- y Vennoii's Predictions. Bo pre- tions. "chop-wavecon Tbo dition of tho temperature lino is likely to continue through autumn months. Thero is considerable warmth yet duo tho year 1883 in most quarters of tho northern hemisphere. " II. C. HKinilT. F.J.CURRAN. BRIGHT GROCERIES Honesty. Physiognomists find two or threo places iu tua facial features which bear a relation to conscientious perception, it being particularly indicated by perpendicular wrinkles botweeu the oyehrows, its breadth aud sensitiveness having a relatiou to tho number of wrinkles there. A siuglo wrinkle is thought to bo a sigu of scrupulosity in small matters; wrinkles on each side of that mentioued, show a disposition to require justice in others; holding ouo's self to a strict accounta bility has its sign in tho appearauco of wrinkle running outward from thoso Phrenological Jourlast iueutiofld. nal. An exchange says; "A doaea women ride now where one rrde a fow years ago." This arrangement must bo bard on tho horre. Everybody iu Texas knows Colonel Bill Fitz Hugh, tho man who talked Wholesale and Itclitll Dealers Iu old General Holmes out ot tho ring during the war. Bill was at tho Great Windsor at Dallas, and sent a waiter off with bis order. In courso of time the fellow camo back. Bill looked at him in astonishment a moment, and Wo run two houses, carry tho Largost Stoak in town; pay cash for then asked, "Are you the same man To which the our goods, which enables us to soil you closer than any ono. All we I gavo my order to?" waiter replied, "Yes, sir, I nm that ask is a trial. BRIGHT Ss CURRAN. tAnie." "Well, my Godl" retorted Y Herald. Bill, "you have aged so that I would i is not have known you from Aaron's A peculiar habit of found in his habit of eating bis hay ecapegoat." Texas Siftings. and oats. When fed, n pail oT water Unjust Discrimination. The law is placed near his box ot oats. He "iPHABMACISTS" allows tho circulation through tho will tako a mouthful of oats, stick bis -mails of tho vilest sheets over printed, rmiERS nosoin tho water, take another mouthillustrated by tbo nastiest pictures Drug3, Books, Stationery ful ot oats, again dip his nose in the base ingenuity can suggest than which and Fanoy Artiolea. water and so on continually, until his nothing could be more corrupting. Plijijflan,' pretcilpUont accurate! coin pounded grain is eaten cleau up. Ho then The law forbids Che use ot tho mails to proceeds the sarao way with his hay, i JKWJKij;its; i lottery men. The law pursues card until he has consumed a liberal supply. gamblers with relentless vengeance. In tbis way ho avoids the ill effects of The law takes no notice of grain and TriieMuk. IrgcstJStock of Watches, dusty hay or oats. Ho is a good feed provisions gamblers, whoeo operations Clocks, Jewelry X Mlrrrnarti erat all times, eating twclvo quarts of aro a hundred fold more extensive Ker brought to tbli market rrlrr Lower than oats and tho usual allowance of bay. the IvowMltiWatchei, Clock and Jewelry and disasterous. The law is unjust in on tbort notice and Warranted. of tho em- its discriminations A day or two ago ono Covington Comployes at tho office of tbo Clerk of tho monwealth. m) Court of Appeals was trying to de Said Emory Storrs iu a group of ft cipher a manuscript opinion by Judgo men at Saratoga: "You fellows think Pryor, when a Louisvilio lawyer see- yourselves highly essential. Havo ing bis troublo, said: "Givo me that you observed that thore are only two paper I never saw auy writing that rich rubii whoso names survive? Crco-suI couldn't read." It was banded to hiinj who served to turn a poet's figure, and after be had looked at it close, and Dives, who was fortunately assoand looked at it far off, turned it side- - ciated with a pauper." Beforo the Nico of Horses and Fino Turnouts. ltntcsdLrca- ways and upside down, bo handed it languor following this remark had sonnblc. back, saying: If there s a single letter subsided, Emory Storrs added: "How of the English alphabot on that paper, many as wellkuown fellows as you I can't find it. 'Yeoman. were sitting in Athens onco, observing Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest marketlprice. I alio deal in now advise you that, that tho obscuro cuss, Phidias, was a "Prisoner, new trial, or long timo doing that ornamental work instead of relying on a tho intervention of friends or tho in- up stairs." , And can supply it in any quantity. terposition of the executivo, you go According to tho statistician of tho to the solitudo of your cell, and tako London Wines, tho United States is and read that holy book, wherein you 810,000,000,000 richer than tbo Uni will learn to rely upon him who said: ted Kingdom. And tbo Uuited States 'Come unto mo, all yo that aro heavy is young yet. A couple of centuries ladeu, and I will do the best I can hence theso zeros will extend almost for you.' His Honor, perceiving a across a column. smile spreading over the faces of his PILES! PILES! PILES I listeners, remarked, 'or words to that New Dlucoreru for eflect.' " & CURRAN. HARDWARE, AND Fffll VAttrier M- ts1rlegtrteei jblwm9 lot to s, STABILE! FfJtliiB ale Feed I tOO, 000 WOOE. CO AI! A. T. litntBnEiJJHEM, Stanford, Ky. Job Printing of ltr,-lcmli- and Cheaply done and in At somo I'llr It of tho Western fairs a berelofort. in. 'great secret" is sold in sealed envel opes at ten cents apiece. Hero is the secret: Never buy an article beforo oxaminiug it. If you had known tbis beforo, you would not have paid ton cents for a worthless euvolopo when you could havo got a dozeu good ones for tu same price." "I am tadlia chaiigt from tbe cM rtuiedle Ulwowj It the rnult ol jearaofpatUiitMieutlteitudr end lmwlltlon Iota tee ttuncter of lliU pulnOil dlKue. Tocou-vluc- e jou ol IU (nil Weill, call on Vtuuj 1 Mo AlUler, SUnforJ, er W. M. W.Ur, Ul. Vtrnen, nl gt a uniple box We of rhirge. In uio. Tbo Kiiclormt for a wifrre iouju. vlilcti will ulUwaUljr lel la Couiuuiplloa or Cliroulc ltrvnclillu, If not cured, II Ukiu wUu tlitcougU Drown1 TbtrellDolliluf luoieccrUU tbio tb unci the Highest Style of the Art. We have Every Facility, such as Steam, Fast Presses and New Type, for doing work, and all we ask is a trial, W. P. Walton. u forJ t,ai W. M. Wtlr, Ml. Vtrnou. There I noublr In alleelng atou(b, boeercr look, Mr. 8. 1" "Ye, I hare galal 3'J light, to cuaUnue. Noomctu toll tb couga tbal pounds on Nail's Catarrh Cure. Have not tiuj nro i e duifoieu. Jiiowu expectorant will cough or cold felt no well in 20 year, Itliaauiade a trtJlcat au for tbli and norcr ctntrictcJ.Ml Atk other, r'or your tlrugglil hj complete cure aud It worth a bottle lo lVoor A McAll.t.r, bUulorJ, enj W. VI. WtLer, auy one thai hi the catarrh." Ml. Ytraou. flrilcou'rultJaUwiltiM will ouluc jouot It iuciIU. ror ul tjr Vtauj & McAliuer, SUn U Street Talk. "How much butter you i k P MXCAlTKK AnTKRTHKltmft. These northern heights of London B. F. WALTSM, nighgato and Muswell Hill are the RlBiifir Orore. BT.A.IfcTE'Oiar), ICY. prettiest suburb of the great city, by long LANCABTIIU, KV. Tho poto(lice has been moied to Mr, Ofllrs olds. Our prcrcnt residence is on the Isst from S over CUtena Kallnnsl Hank. O fll hours Tftes4ay Morning, A. J. fllgler's More.' Octobor 0, 1883 la li a. H. anil from I to S r. at. Mrs. Wells Is tearing down, remodeling named eminence which has about an ' BAM M. nultDRTT, equal altitude wilh Hlghgate. ''Laurel ami enlarging her tlwelllng.house. W. P. WALTON. EDITOR A'JTOItNHY At l,AW, Mr. Sigler has returned from the city Lodge" Is In Tatlerdown Iane, an ugly I.ANCASTEIt, KY. Will prattle In (Isrrsrd and s.tlolntnt counties with a large siinnlr of fall and winter name for as lorely a meandering street aa r can be imagined. A hundred yards be- snd Court of Appeals, Confidknt that tko following let good. yond us, London, in this particular direc-M- l-i let from Gov. Knott to tho ahorffif of Mollis King, of PreacheriTllle, la II. O. KAUVFMAN, AT-.rbonding at Dr. Pettus' and attending the tion, ends; for It is all open country, with a Carter count, who askeilfor troops to UNJ3V At landscape like Fayette or Bourbon. On High School. I.ANCASTKH, KY. tst in preserving order nt tho execuMrs. J. P. Holdani care a dining taut one of the beautiful eminences that togeth- Master Commissioner (larrardrtrcnlt Court. Willi tion of Craft next Friday will touch practice ins minis Thursday td a number of relatlres and er make up Muswell Hill, elands the Alex- counties in siiIn I hs Court or (Itrrard sml adjoining snd of Appeals. n resnonsivo chord iu iu a heart of friends in honor of her litis binds birthday, andra Palac, In grand proportions. This r Is the property of a great joint slock job and taxpayer in the every Doth Mr. Stephen and Mr. Sieger State, wo gi vo it in 1 nil. It is a point-ehare opened out it large and choice (elec- bing concern that Is insolrent now, be cause the palace, erected to rlral Synden- and statesman-likdocument wortion of fall and winter millinery. Mrs. Wm. McClure presented her hus- ham, didn't pay; but the noble building thy of the closest perusal by every band with a 10J lb. boy last week. Mr. an J lorely grounds are just as exquisite as body tho officers especially : Will Abrams has been the proud father of If the Investment had been a successful 'Sir: I have carefully considered one. It is not yet decided what shall be a Cna bor since tho 4 th Inst. your communication, which reached After a lingering Illness of more than done with the costly enterprise. Many mo on yesterday, and liavo to say in eight months, on Friday night, Mrs. Sere hope the government will purchase and rereply that in my judgment tho cirna Stewart breathed her last. She was a tain it for a public resort another breath cumstances do not justify mo in ordermember of the Baptist church. Her re ing place for smootuering London. ing a company of the State Guard to Our present preaching place la reached mains wero laid away In the cemetery on assist at tho execution oi Ellis Cm ft by passing Alexandra (aweet Princess of the hllh tho 12th imU as you request. I on Tin: Louisville gamblers will now Mlu Annie Dilllon will toon begin Wales' Ilia most popular name in Engmost heartily commend your determi- prepare to raid tho Governor's office. taking lessons in telegraphy. She has se- land) Palace; croestng two lines of railway; nation to do all in yonr power to ride by cab the peace oh that occitslon, and Tho Conrts havo aseessed heavy fines cured the serrices of a competent teacher, and after a two she will act aa assistant to Wood Green, a suburb along the Main have no doubt that by a judicious uso against them and under tho recent and of the means authorized by law you regimo it was only necessary to call at the telegraph office here; so Madam Hu- Line to Scotland. Beyond the compact solidity of cloesly-buiLondon, the popa will bo ablo to do so without difficul- tho governor's attention to tho injus- mor eajs. ty, and if you should do so you will tice, IUr. Mr. Trlbble preached at the Bap- latton and, of course, buildings lo hold it, -- IIAVKpay the usual $2 fee and go scot sot an example to the peace officers of tist church last Sunday morning In the ab radiate In alreaka In erery direction, cling tho Commonwealth, which is much freo. We havo Mr. Knott's word and ence of the regular paator, Iter. John M. ing to the line cf railway. The city, needed in some localities, and will have know enough about tho man to war Iirtice. Iter. J. G. LWIngston will begin a therefore, In general aspect, as one might Rocoivod Anothor Car a most salutary effect throughout tho rant the hope that those disgraceful protracted meeting at the Christian church see it from a balloon, is not unlike a great Load of spider body and legs complete. Wood State. The people everywhere should days are gono to return no more, and next Friday night. realize that they must rely upon tho Urecn isa bit of a leg; nearer the city thin Mr. Sam Kennedy left last Saturday to law and not military forco for protec- that no interference will bo attempted take chnrgeof the telegraph office at Hazel New Soutbgtte, which Ilea further out on with tho orders of tho Courts. Hun tion, and that if they would bo sccuro Patch. He is a worthy and promising die same leg, and where we had n meeting in their persons and property they dreds of thousands of dollars have young man. May he prosper in erery no In our brother James Woods' "Brunswick 0iiltlnjj,f must not only abstain from violating been kept from tho school fund, to ble undertaking. On Thursday erening Hall," a while back. This meeting owea Its tho Jaws tnemseives, but cheerfully which such fines co. by a mistaken before ho left hia mother, Mrs. W. P. Ken existence to the seal of the two other WooJ assist in their enforcement. If any nedy, gavo a tea party to a few of hia moat brothers -- George and Charley who were ono should threaten to interfere with philanthropy, if not by bribery. intimate frlcndf. Mlsrea Kittle Higgina so blessed at Brunswick Hall, that they tho performance of the disagreeable That lato detested individual, and Bosie Stuart are visiting frienda in rested not until they found a place for duty whichby law has devolved on Charles J. Guitcau, who was removed Greenwood. Mra. Klin Carson is spend- preaching at Wood Green. At last they BodB & LoungoF, Bod SpringB you, havo him promptly arrested and from tho sphere ot existenco by a ing a few days with relatlres in Mt. Ver- succeeded in getting Gospel Hall, a little mattrossos, bound over to keep tho peaco. Or if wooden structure, holding about ICO, under ho should take any steps towards car- hempen cord for "removing" Presi- non. Mira Alice Stuart, Messrs. H. E the control of a band of "open" Plymouth rying his threat into execution? havo dent Garfield, is again brought to Jones and Pale King baro returned from who in the Sofas and Chairs nnd Krrritlilnir He- him held to answer an indictment for memory by having his skeleton hung the Looiarille Exposition. Miss Nannie Brethren. These are they, longing to n Firxl-clni- s Pe'.tus, of Somerset, is the guest of Mlu Ida schism that rent the primitive boJy, went resisting your authority, As you aro Store. up in tho Medical Museum at Wash- Pettus. Mlsa Mattle Hopper, of your city, with Geo. Mueller, of Bristol. The "exclu aware, you aro empowered to call upington, where it is an object of great spent last week with her grand mother, sivc" brethren headed by Jno. K. Darby, on overy citizen in your county to as- Price as Loir sin AiijImxIs'm. .1 1I..1 .. retained the oiiginal ark and denounced 0131. jruu, aiiu luua uujr uuu lulling IU curiosity. Tho skin of his head and Mrs. Wm. Higgina. Messrs. J. W. Brooks the schismatics as heretical. And so it obey your summons is liable to bo faco was kept and having been stuffed and Alex Stephenson are mingling with -- VALUABLE fined for misdemoanor. Let it ba dis wo are gratified to know that the faco friends here. Miss Kittle Douglas has so continues Iu the present. I had the honor far recorered as to be able to go about. for two years of belonging to the "exclu tinctly understood that you intend to retains much of tho original Messrs. Wardropper and Will Higgina sive!." How strange that in this wander do your duty, and that thoso whom were the guesta of Miss Bettie Higgins Sun ing life I ehould find, myself preaching in a you call upon for aid shall perform Tug Cincinnati Exposition has day. Mrs. Mollie Scott will attend the chapel of tho "Plymouth Brethren." I may their duty, or sutler the penalty, and sale I feel sure you will not bo materially closed, and notwithstanding many ob Louisville Exposition this week. Mr, John get into a Presbyterian church yet. Who IoOVr si prints on my brnt ofsbout 300 sens, bout interfered with. Should you bo, how- stacles, mado a fair profit for its stock Higgins, of Lancaster, spent se feral days knowr? Wonders will never cease. So In (lirfanl, Ure cotls mils Wloir Csmp Dick In Iioum oftliht rooms. with last Sunday we broke bread with the numlroierrJr, all oiiU.ultJlnt, and ever, tako prompt measures to bring holders. The exhibition whilo a trood last week wilh Mr. W. F. Kennedy. tbe land fcrtlla ami Inaflnoilata at cultlTatlon, vindimorning serrice and had nearly sll bring In jrraas, Ua Uiaplsmlta Brethren after the guilty parties to justice and cate tho majesty of the law through ono, was a mere sidoshow in compari- GEO. 0. BARNES in ENGLAND quite an enjoyable time. And all the Week from ofalnut lvO buffaeli raptcltr Tho lurnplk Dint Ilia to Lexington runa Ihrouah Ihli turn, its regularly constituted authorities, son with the Great Southern Exposithe little room has been filled to its utmost so l&J and tho tba location It my ronxnltol. Alarris a panotitis II. . Join lirra, on the and you will havo rendered a service tion at Louisville, which has still more capacity with most attentive hearers udii pike, adjoining Ilia almta lbs two ptarrt Lodge, Mcswelx. Hilx. N 1 nearly all christians. This is the present will tasld at a whole, or divided lo suit purchasLaorei. to the Slate which cannot be overesti- than a month to ers. Tho putrhawr will also bito Urn option to run. Every one London, Sept. 21, '83. j work to be mated. But independent of Bubstitu retinitis dtallllcry, or II ran br remortd. Aiwa done, evidently, aa a preparawho has not been, should mako it a Dtar Interior s ituallfarm adjoining Ihe aUTedrerllid propel ting military power for tho ordinary tion for future Ingathering of sinners, when Ir, with fair Iniprotrrarnta, In tho intrrwcllun o There were 89 confessions, young point to go before it closes, and thus tba Iiansllle and Ilurna Vlsla lurnplt, tonlaln machinery of the law, unless in caso daya at Drill Hall. the tent comes. For George and Charley loeatout GSacrro. A small traetoMl arm. ad. of extreme emergency, the questions enjoy a treat not met with often in a and old, during the 10 Joining-- lands off. Dunn. All) a storo bouts In Adults and children about equally dirided. hare already selected a place for it and we ins lownoriirjantsrlllr.s warehouse urar the de of economy is one which should life timo. no.v. a ouriai lot in tba are looking expectantly by erery mail for pot in mil A precious work among christians. At the not be entirely overlooked. At. All Ihe b!iot nnrt y will be xtlj on 'The Otllojle, Itaeandldats for gpoaitr news of it. The Woods lire in an old tut j.illwral leroit. Korturthrr itartlrulir tk. nail According to tho Breckenridgo houses of the Pipers, Greens, I'll ikes and tmll Ter; .( Uoum of lUpcsirnlittrta. A Co., Btanlord, expenses of a company of militia tails of Chenault, aged 100 years at least, with on or address with ep IS If JtrjiDUfllto, Ky. for tho time required would prob Ncics which has kept tho tally, there Tods alternately, bible readings were held roomy grounds for garden and paddock in & CO.. M. ably, amount to $1,500 or $2,000, were 23 murders in Kentucky during at 3:30 r. M., with much blesing. Indeed the work waa mostly among christians. the rear and ample tennla lawn in front Importers and JotUrt nl Drj Ooods, Notions, Ac. which ought not to be taken from tho the month of September. This is a Is 137, US, Sll Main Htrett, Cor. Klilb, Few "sinners" could be induced to come. "The Grange," the place called, and on VV treasury unless tho circumstances fearful will now pay special attention lo showing, but bad as it is an The "narries," among whom the Misses a pretty coiner, most admirably located, ICY. clearly demand it. Tho mere matter roUHTOM 3UIIVlir-3.- love improvement and under an adminis- Green labor, constituted the bulk of the the dear fellows, we hare learned to of expensed, however, would not r We roialse lo glie aatUfactloii, and wb.n deairrd mo from complying with your re- tration which will havo tho laws en- unconrerled hearers. A number of them as biotuer. resolve llial tent services in will gits Talent Flour for Wheat. Tan mtke England shall begin. The Idea grows up either boiled or unbolted weal. ISE quest if I thought tho public interest forced' wo hope to soo overy m.irderer were THE LORD1 110-- t HrALINTKK ANAI.I.KK. required it; but I mn clearly of the wiped from tho faco of the earth. What a time of pleasure and blessing on us all with erery thought, and if the A lullaMe rawird will lo itld ttt Information old tent ehould not be arailab'e, we will leading lo lbs daleelloo ol Ur-opinion that ordering out a company nflPintlP was the last week at Heidadalel It had ...... II lvodletoa, fa. Mall, iodnrterl tod rrcoterr of out lcet, wblrti ot malitia, as suggested, would really Tub Government is getting rich more of the social element ofour old trust the LORD to give us a new one, tb did not arrount for when our sgvnl havo a deleterious eQect, and I trust making silver money. Tho Director mountain life in Kentucky than any thing through American friendt For It must be SI an ford three years sua. HtTln liken tbnge tl that your fearless and determined per- of the Mint reports that tho profits we haro known in England. Aflcr serrice an "American Gospel Pavilion" if they J. Ml. II V I.I Ml .t CO.. III plae for becoming season, Ibis fiuKiit waUrlrg rt i M ffc I Chletgo, ahall be found worthy to take part in the lKMt-ta- l iudo formance of your duty with the means IJr avl'nsaSk from the coinago of tho silver pieces every night, such a lot of young folks sweet Erangcl. , artu,XV? JiSausaB)SiaBBB Jbs j. you aro authorized by law to invoke would accompany us to our front gate, Prepared to Receive Guests. 5aasE?!5v5S$7 'ifldm&ml Be assured that the ''Tent" is a foregone for your assistance will fully demon- havo amounted to 317,342,113 since when it would take many minutes more to tsaaaaaatMsaWliafWMr conclusion, dear friends. It only remains I bare a corps o Inlaid tenants and will U tile strate the capacity of the civil power tho law of 1878 was passed. Tho say as a finality. Then John Vak W laW lo furnlab to enforce tho law and preserve tho profit is for 15 to 20 cents on the do'l would 'drop in from "SansSouci," serosa to settle the question who will erect it? Homoeopathic I'lijslclaii, NHllHiHctery Gire us the joy of knowing that the lore peace without recourse to the milita- lar. the way, and Vernon wofld put in an apIiANVIMX. - - KENTUCKY. To all iwrwna In pursuit of health or pUatare. f loved ones overshadow and faith of ry. With regard to your guard, the pearance from Solsgirth and the brothers Tbeiuedlclnal luailllea of Ibeaw walert aro Ion NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ua in (he very tabernacle covering under Auditor concurs with me that you aro wtll ,'a'W . STOMACH lleslJerre, Clement House? olflca opp. Central nerd koown Iu Ins people of Central Kentucky to Charley and George Wood had a half hour of properties. which we proclaim the good news in sernot limited to ono for tho purnoso ro Nat. lUnk. tfpeclsl attention to disease, of women The rauw of board willtheirreasonable. Vox Jamea McSleen was hanged at Pitts or more to wait for their train; and good be lullhr (ICVIia and children lor lbs past eighteen yrart. Information, apply to us at Irslue, Ky. mon and song. We ask no one to contribbut that your Circuit Court burg Thursday for the murder of his wile. Ann James' steady and excellent cook ?uired, I H. St. VKACOCK. poyver. to allow you pay for Mrs. O. 1 Huntington, wife of the would spread such a nice supper for the ute who dosa not believe in the gospel we additional guards that may bo reason- railroad magnate, died suddenly at New are spreading; $500 would get one worthy tn rhrnnte dyspepsia and liter complaint, little party, that, what with fellowship in & and In etironio constipation and other ub ably necessary, and upon its certifi York. of the good cause. Who will join the crusllnata diseases. Hosteller's Moraacti letthe gospel, music and a dainty repast, we sade ? cato of such allowance tho Auditor ters Is beyond all romparison the first The total shipments of coil from had the beat of good times. Then John IXNIHIAXCK! The dear aiater who entertains us now is remedy thai can lw taken. As a means of would pass upon tho account for Pittsburg on the present rise was 3,197, 000 said restoring the slrcnirtli and vital encrs at 10, lest his good Ger- kind beyond desciiption. Nothing la too ions who aro sinains: unucr mo ucuiu-ibushels. Companies. efltcts or painful disorders, this Seven First-Clas- s was killed by the trude should wait too lone; (he Wooda good for her pilgrim guests. In this quiet ttandard vegetable invigorant Is confess Thomas Lewis, a boy of 18, who trainL'iz'e Shackelford E. U. DURNSIDE, soon after and Vernon would stretch his C retreat in Tatterdown Lane, we have all cdlr uneiKlnlul near New Haren whilst attempting I Druirzltta rot sale by allKenvrclly. and Dealers was sent to tho penitentiary for two. to cross tho track. feet 4 on the ssfl hearth rug, with h is rest that heart could wish in the way of deliA ut SlanroM !!- J. 31. years for shooting his mother-in-law- , cate aod assiduous attention. Misj Burke The Kentucky rirer mills burned less head upon the elbow of my This Old Woll propound difficult questions in doc- is a lorely a christian woman, who does on hearing that his sister was sick re- near Frankfort Saturday. Loss, $80,000; Hotol Maintains trine and practice till a good while beyond "what she can," in the brief day of work High DANVILLE solved to escape and did so very suc- insurance, $30,000. The Southern Exposition Directors 11, when he too would reluctantly tear allotted to us all. She and our dear AND cessfully. Arriving at homo hojfound hare appointed Oct. 12 aa Virginia and himself away and wo would break up for friend, Miss Fanny Piper, of Hlghgate, is her much bettor, and when she recovIts Proprietor is Determined that the night. We all knew that the final also a guest while we are here. So we Che'ojxake and Ohio Hallway day. it Shall be Seoond to no Coaatrr ered he voluntarily returned to Frankof that particular form of the so hare a happy household. The "Lodge" is TO ALL OUR SUBSCRIBERS. A pawenger train ran into a street car, break-uHotel in the State ia its Fare, t WeaaaaaMttaaaaaaWMSjjslNeMaW we clung spacious and beautifully furnished, with fort, and with his Bister, appealed to he ml loaded in Philadelphia, killing cial life would soon be on ua and Appointments, or Attenway pretty yards, frout and back; "lawn and tho Governor to save him from the two passengers und dangerously wounding affectionately to it, in the tion to Comfort of their Quests. of lingering lore. "Sans Eouci," brother garden" are the Koglfih titles. Tatterdown usual punishment for tho escape. Old ten others. saaaaaaBillAWjAKJMBMsaaBMsaaaaaai The McDonough Telephone Company John's rills, gets its name from the Prus- Lane is lined with pretty villas and de Ex. would not havo wanted any bet- was incorporated HsiKsgs will be roaisttd to aad trots tbtStsst at Albany, N. Y., with a sian king'a palace of thut name, for Mrs. bouches upon the highway to the ststion, HSflaB'SSJSS"WSISBBBBBBjawSJI freeerrkarae. hpeelal seeomraodatlois Is ter thing than to havo pardoned him capital of $1,000,000, which Manufiilurera of John Tod waa born there, wlifse her father, in front of a handsome church, to I'SMBierrlalTrasslsrs. The Bar will ks may be inalways sappllsd ssltk tks ckoltstt right then and there in order to pa- creased to $20,000,000. d Von Niebuhr, son of the great Koman hisand picturesque. M. Mudle, brssds of Llaaors aad Clears. SaaaHaaaHi rade his great philanthropy, but Gov. There was a heary frost orer Eietern torian, waa Prime Minister lo the present the great circulating Library man, haa his ilsaaaaaHtlaaaaaUtf&w.fflMBaelll1 Nasili, IIIIiiiIm, U'lttiltm New York, Pennsylranla and New Jersey German Emperor's predecessor. She U a mansion at the turn of the road descend Knott is not given to gushing, though ho might havo done a little on this Thursday night. Ice was formed at Port lovely christian woman and her family is ing to the railway. Fire minutes run being carefully trained "in the nurture and brings one to the Alexandra l'alaco one and Door FriuiM'M, Mnlil- occasion and not overstepped tho Jerria half an inch thick. Ab. Jenkins made a sarago assault on admonition of the LOUD." It la some- way, the terminus of the branch; or to iSSasnJitMtWQvSM rSus limits. Wo havo seen a number of Q. W. McCray InfrH, Scroll Nun in Mercer, from the effects thing worth witnessing when John takes Hlghgate, and access to the London world, who ought to have of which he will no doubt dio. Jenkins little Marcus on his knee at family worship, on the other. We go in a cab to and fro mother s been shot, and perhaps tho boy had escaed, and a reward of $100 lias been of with open bible in hand and perfect free- front our meetings, it betng ijulle "cross WorltI'iiru- dom to all lo break in with any remark or country" and inaccesslblo by rail, except one of that kind. At any rato ho fered for him. A disastrous Are at Dallas, Texas, Sat- question suggested by the chapter he is by nrodigioua detour. liiK I'Hlho Work, One thing baa should be given the benefit of tho FORMERLY ST. A8APH, urday, destroyed three and a half blocks reading. It is wonderful how familiar the touched us greatly sines the WooJ Uieen doubt. of houses, including a cotton compress children hare become with scripture, and meeting began. The dear Hlghgate young Flooring CYlllnjMVoHlli- In his effort to get ahead of tho building and 8,000 bales of cotton. The it Is an occasion of such joyful interest to folks consisting generally of three or All them that they would esteem it a calamity four Kllltes, three Greens and two or three pay of our mibacrlbera who will crboHrtiliiK, Drt'HHOtl Lumber, listing bad this Hotel Lottery Companies, Postmaster Gen- loss will reach $200,000. their subscription accounts While out huutlng near Keene, Ky., to miss even one gathering at (he family Pipers, with Vernon, of course, walk that to this paper In eral Gresharu went a little too far iu anil full to date, preKoa'uri.is.icd mid Aud other Saturday afternoon, a son of Mr. John altar. And I think when I see ihia of my i milts ami back erery night the laat two one year in advance, will be stopping money orders directed to a M. Hughes waa From kaseusnt to garret, accidentally shot und In- own early training "under law," and how nights being ugly and s!ojpy. It is more sented with one year's subscripNew Orleans National Dank, becauso stantly killed by the discharge of a gun in "prayers" a bore unspeakable to ua boys, as to tho I iiitCH! le Koch 1h h Ntrlcilr experience tion like our Kentucky Mountain 1'lrHt.CiHM MHHuvr, it bad been intimated that they were the hands of Arthur Hersperger. The Sunday was a horror of restraint to our than anything yet known lure. (Jod bless And tears nothing undone tbtt will add to the for a lottery establishment, and tho loid entered fust abore the cars, and lore elasllo spirits; and I think also how my these dear ones for their constancy and "AMERICAN Alto Dialers In COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. published by case is but that of thousands upon thoust ocricultural magaxlne,Indiana, and bank has brought suit for $100,000 oil' the entire top of the head. derotion to His gospel. We hare Bible a sli teen Hackett, at K. A. K. t'urt Wayne, t A named Fugate refused to ands, aud wish so earnestly that all would readings also 3 days in the week at Mias which Is rapidly Uklug rank as ons of tba damages with a fair chauco of tho publlcatlona of the country. It Is depiy hia fare on a train in Boyd county, learn to make family worship the joyful llurke's, In the afternoon, Tuesday atd Fri! voted suit going against him. An offered Ky., and when the Conductor undertook to occasion it is at "Sins Bouci." Thai is au day our delightful work among Ihe "work- Block exclusively to tho InUreaU of lue.Varmer, Breeder, Dairyman, Uardcner, and tbclr SPECIAL INDUOKMKNTS every species of Industry connected llouseuold,aud The prospect of a democratic victory put him ofT, fired at him. The bullet miss- appropriate title "without care" the true ing women." charms us at noon. Bo we are with that great iwrtlou of lbs people of the world, 'all ou us or wills for prices Wa liwp a Urge ed the conductor and struck a paaseager answer to Phllipplana 1V;0, though that ap- haring plenty lo do again l'rnise Ihe lb 1'armer, Tbs subscription price. Is ft OO per tluek aud will do our Ust to please jou In prlots To patronise me, at I batesvary coaienleoosjuck aajJlUiHAmXhUOONS, Ac, fur tblrus7 in Ohio to day l anything but pleas year. Farmers can not will get along without It, and quality ol Material. named Auglln, who died within a few plication of It was little thought of by the LOKI). ing. Tho party way be able to hours. A lad named Warnock It puts tuiw Ideas Into their minds. It teaches I am aure you are praying for us, with them bow to farm wilh profit to themavlvus. It Baggage Transferred to and from fell from old heathen monarch, the great Frederick, tecure the Legislature by a small ma- (he same excursion train, aud was kill who built the palace of Potsdam. out ceaaing, O, blessed prayer of falthl n.lri.. tha tiiuna hannv. tha vnunff fitlka rhM rful I lhlsrtl.l.K t'l.AMMl HILL CO the Depot free of eharge. bsppy, aud I tbs growler cwilenled, lbs dvwucaat Qtis ma a call, w, H, fHANCIH, jority, but Hoadly has no show. ed by the wheels, Shall I erer get away from dear High-- Krer in Jesus, Geo. 0. Uakxu. Vaurllls, Ky. I tb demagogus bouctt- Crab Sti-tttkIjn(cnorir- law-love- d e Tiik daily press is becoming more and more sycophantic Reporters are hired to keep an oyo on the president and chroniclo his every movement. The following appeared in a daily Saturday: "President Arthur remained in his rooms at tho Fifth Avenue Hotel, Now York, during the early part of yoMcrday. Intheovening the President took a carriage drive In in Central Park," It should have al so told how ho went to bed, how bo coming his night toggery was and if dreams filled his slumbers whether tlioy wero pleasant or otherwise, and what effect thoy will havo on tho war between Franco and China. It is a matter of mighty littfo consequence to tho pcoplo, whether Mr. Arthur stays in his room or rides around in a carriflgo, when lie is oil on business or pleasure of his own. What thoy really want to know is that ho is in Wash-ingto- n City, trying to attend to the business ho is hired to do. LINCOLN CsHWrr. tVcW. gate? least I Here goes for another attempt at Ham-stea- Miss Susie Ilucrianan Is leachlne; school HOttOJOON DMNTtHT, GROCERIES! PROVISIONS. ENTERPRISE Hardware, Grocery. BtJRDETT Queensware, Glassware, Tin ware, &c, GEO. D. C3 OO. pro-serv- e AT LOWEST PRICES AT- Xmucnsfcr, ICoiifucIcy, tt Just Furniture, Sots, ana Parlor and Chamber T. R. WALTON'S. i 4 B Fur-nltu- ro My stock of the above goods is a- inA.i8E Tiiau .conn" now very comprehensive and my prices for them EXCEEDINGLY Garrard Co. Lanps Low. You are standing in your TOR SALE. own light if you do not buy of me. I mean every word of this, as you will see by calling at the Postoffice store. Country Produce wanted. llol-ln- n, nfcf-wa- rj illslll-lery JOS. NEVJEKANCE, J. ROBINSON a. a. TAi.iiorr, farm-hous- TO THE PUBLIC do-te- ffOSHTTlj ' 4-- LOOHVILIjH, sared-PRA- - Information Wanted. ssli ..... wa. ESTILL SPRINGS! JPjj good-nigh- t, VmJBaBBBBBBBBDPSiaW. IK. T. E. .SMITH, far-ofi- & U7-I- Fire.Lightning Tornado MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. good-nigh- K IOVTBST Propr d rilll.irS, AMERICAN FARMER and Known Still its Reputation, p j saWsjsaaaa PLANING MILL COMPANY, n iry-cla- clock-towere- BKiH Door, FRANCIS HOTEL,. Itollttcrt sSTANJFoilD, - - KY. FARMER" Building Material X'uriiiliiK Esuii.bor " dead-bea- C'oiiai.ici'cial 'I'rHvclerM swtssiwwa. snwKa 1 m-3u- 1 I "X I - r various article for that company' exhibit Clntl, Green HIvcrA Nashville ltatlroad. al the Louisville Exposition, on Mondav Mr. Hamilton, a wholesale hardware mershipped from thl place lo Louisville, an chant and one of the leading clllxens, Inprivilege, Immense squash rilred by Joseph B. Dunn, formed me that the County Court at Its Tub largest stock of Winter Hoot in LOCAL NOTICES. the residence of (he bride's of Garrard county, Thl squash which last meeting passed the proposition to aid Married, al town al Edmlslon A Owsley's. father. Wm. L. Heed, by llev. W. T. Itow ha been on exhibition at the Advocate of- - in building the bridge over (he Cumber Jlur Paint of Penny A McAltster. I will keep fresh bread nil of the time llsnd, Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock fice for the past week weigh 11 I lbs. and land Itiver by a role of 27 lo 13. The city Hciiooi. Hooks al McIlobtrlnil8lKn'. ha given the within Ita limit Mis Mule Heed to Mr. B. O. Sandldge, of Is as Its weight Indlcile a good slxed H, 8. Myer. Ammunition of all kinds at McltolxrU beginning and 10 acre of ground known a Iho Lincoln county. Ky. Mist Lltxle I one of AHUggV Mr, Saut Larimer, a marble worker of "Park" for depot purpose. Mean are on Nice dlook of hlrlhda cirri t 1'enny A Just received a beautiful line of I a nip Mercer' most excellent ladle and Mr.Ssn and Clltsswire. Ilruce, Warren A Co. through McAlisler'. dldgecsnbe congratulated upon securing Danville, ha just completed a handsome foot to secure the f at Colt's Double C. 11. Ilocii ester such an admirable wife. The groom is monument of Itnlian marble to be placed Davidson county. IIlO lot of Clothing, Overcoat, Ac, juit A HUgg'ii. one of Lincoln' enterprising farmer and over the remain of the deceased member Htaniiard read mixed ilnU t Mo from the cities, can be seen at 8, II, hi name I Memphis hid a $150,000 fire Sunday. familiar In almost every Fair of the family of Iho late John McClane. Robert A Blagg's. Shanks'. During a negro dance at Harrodsburg, ring In Kentucky aa an owner of fine horse The monument bear the following inscrip1'enny Jon. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. New and comprehensive line of Tin stock. The couple left Immediately for tion. Dick Grant shot and killed Burrlua Jor-deA McAlisler no! agenU. hi rival. Glassware, Stoneware, linnet Cinntnnatl, where they will remain until father and motiikr. W can sell Ton a gun any where from ware, and general Clrocerle al T. It. Walton'. At Waco, Texas, Mrs. Shaw, $ I to (76. McUoberts A Blagg. when they will return and be re- John McClane, born Oct. 20, 1792, died April 15, 1383. Teresa Nuchols, wife of with grief because her IIhani) new alock of ererr thing in Ilia child Mr. Moody IIaiidin, Lancaster' faah ceived into the hospitable home of the John McClane, born Aug. 3, 1801, died ken Irom her, saturated grand clothingwaa ta jewelry lineal 1'enny A McAlltler'a. her with (unable milliner, call the attention of the father of the groom. . May they ever be Aug. 8, 1812. Martha Dunlap, Geo. IL, Kerosene, lied herself to a fence, and, Watciiw, Clock and Jewelry repaired ladieato her beautiful line of good juat re- happy. Harrodsburg Enterprise. and warranted by Penny A McAllsttr. Hobt. A., Jame L. and Amelia, children touching a match to her cbthes, wa burnFoil cough, colds, Ac , lite Uttepotind ceived. They embrace everything from the of J. and T. McClane. The cap, or capital ed lo death. RELI0I0US. cheapest to the mut costly article. Call on Hrrup White Pine, rm up in zoo snd ooo I of new cealgn and la ornamented with Bro. Bsrnes' letter to the Interior bottle. Trial Ua 10c. Mcllobert A her. clasped hands, sheaf of wheal, a lily and SKIT Aim.'RTISEHEKTH. HUgg. Journal are not only readable, but spicy. a cros and Our P. M. I In luck. He ha had hi crown. The design and execuBieckenrldge News. PERSONAL alary raited $100 recently, and he now The Minnesota Conference of thtMelh- - tion throughout are faultier. UirOHTANT TO Judge C. A Hardin, of Harrodiburg, Mm. Dr. rfrr.r.i.r. Uailky la visiting draw to the amount of $1,300. Lancaa oJist Kplscopal church voted down a resoler it alao increaed $100, making $1,100. lution ssking wa in town Monday, Sir. B. F, Phillip Road Surveyors friends la Lexington. and Workers. the General Conference to reand hi bright little daughter, Fannie, went Mr. W. Q. MgKinnkv, or the K. C, Lebanon la reduced $100 and Danville move the time limit of pastorate. $200. Tin Lincoln Court of Clilint si Its lilt term wii at home Sunday. Itev. K. O. Querrant his closed the lo Louisville, Monday. Little Fannie will iiis.laitiefallolD(oriler,whleli ttin directed lo -Mr. 0. Lyon and MIm Hay Car Heavy Dry (loon, Illinketx, comfort protracted meeting at Lairs, In Harrison remain sometime with her aunt, Mrs. John- publish, It Ii ordered Ihit heretfter thlt pettier were here yeatdrday. ticking, unbleached mualin, heeting, tow count, whh eighteen confession. A church son. Mr. and Mr. Henry Woolfolk, of Court will not pif ibrlheuaeorwtgnnttnd tetmt In working routs except on Louisville, arrived Monday. They are the dijt for working rotds todwhen used cue ruulir Ml Klla Watmn, of Lancaster, it tllngi yarn and anything In thl line we It Is said, will be organtxed at that place. except In of obtlrucuons." guesl of Mr. 8. 0. Boyle, of the Advocate, MII.A IN, the guett of Mr. K. 0 Warren. are able to give you bottom price on. Our The excellent meeting at the Chrisl9-- t 'Cltrk. Lincoln County Court Mr. J. W. Alcorn ha gone to Willock I large and new. You will have no tian church conducted by Elder Yancy Mr. Woolfolk' brother. Mr. J. Wesley liamsburg on railroad businc. trouble In making a selection. J. W, Hay. and Tully will continue throughout the Durham was in Louisville last week in the Fall anil Winter Mim KATcWlNrRKT, of Columbia, it den. week. There were 15 additions up lo yes- interest of the Insurance Companies he . represents, Tlittlng Mim Jennie and Ktnma Hiufley. ir. ji. v. warren, of (StanThe claim allowed against the county terday and the meeting are largely attend ford, wa in town Sunday evening on his Mm. Rrv. W. T. Tyrex; will more foot ed. Winchester Democrat. 1 have on band and am dally receiving up $7,210.20, a considerable more than beautithlt week to the residence now occupied by lait year. The difference it explained In the Mr. Bune calls on his Kentucky way lo the Pulaski Circuit Court. The ful tnd complete line of FMhlonshle Ulllllnerr, to marriage of Mr. A. C. Downs, of thl place whkbl Invito the tttentlon of the Imllei. I hive Mr. Joe Itout. taken eitraordlntry pilni In lit selection and tm lo increase allowed to (earn, on road, the friends, in his letter published that in Jukik J.M. I'll i mm left yettenlay for nail pot care, extra number of pauper send him the tent he used in his Mountain to Miss Clara Buckingham, of VIcktburg, confidents purchase.elimination seelama tbalHa necestil sary to Call and Mis., is announced to take place at the im Louieianoa and will probably return Tla JtiNs ni:i,i,r. nvaiiES. doctored and the unutual number of pau Evangel, or if that is not practicable, a latter city on the 1 1th Inst. Mr. and Richmond, Va. per burial during the year. Of the latter new one. Who, ol his host of friends will Mr. S. 11. 'Ami, of Lexington, wero in CoL. J. M. IlKAZLEf and daughter!, tike the request as a personal appeal 7 ! there were 30. Notice . Mis Mollie and Alice, returned from a Extensive preparations are being made Danville (their old home), on Sunday Don't Fool away your lime running f6r the celebration at Harrodsburg this visit to the Kxpotitionyeiiterday, DAYTON TUCKEU'S ADMB,, Lincoln HT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. v Mm. Dr. O. W. I1ronai;iii and moth- from ttore to ttore, but come direct to week of the centennial of Preebrterianism Circuit DAYTON TUCKEIffl. IIK3..Ac. I Court Managed by John B.fish. where you are aure to find In Kentucky. Three hundred clergymen er, Mm. It. Monday, have returned from a headquarter The credllora of Oajton Tucker, detd., are hereA small parly of Mt. Vernon folk by notlflcl to produce) beforo ma t my office In good good, low price, courteous attentail to relative in Mercer county. are expected and a very entertaining prottiaoford, Ky., properly verified snd proven, their visited the show at Stanford, Saturday. Mil. anu Mim. J. Owsley Dunn, of tion, alemtn who will tako the greatest gramme ha been arranged. claims against hit estate, on or before tho 22.1 dav W. J. Newcomb now ha charge of the of October, 1833. Otherwise their cliluia will be Klchmood, are Titlling the familiei of pleasure in ahowing you through our ttock The Methodist population (not memnight offico at this place. Will is one of uarrcti sa tgainai tne Atlmlnlalrator. and quoting you what will prove to bo bership) throughout the Miatr. Will Craig and J. K. Ilruce. t world is estimated ir. . ir;.c,M..c.L.Ga the youngest operator on the road, a he figure on everything. J. W. Hay at abaut twenty Mr. L. It. IIryant and wife, who have bottom millions. The lay mem is one of the best. been with relative at Crab Orchard, return Jen. bers of all the Methodist bodies, including BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE O. W. Baker and wife haT begun to their home at Liberty, Mo., The new schedule on the K. C change aiiidons, are supposed to aggregate 1,080,IN STANFORD, KY. Miss Annus Drkemno, of Parksville, the departure of it through passenger 7HJ, with 32,200 Itinerant minister and housekeeping in Aunt Pop. Proctor' old house. Aunt Pop. has mored lo her little who ha been Titlling l.cr tinier, Mr. train from 1:15 A. M. to 10:20, which after 83,093 local ministers, 1 Offer for sals nrlvalj.lr tnv hoiiMi nil IaI ah Campbell, near McKinncr, ha returned playing along the road for 8 hour arrive Somerset street which Is occupied by J. 21. Bailee, llev J.M.Kvam, who hld a protracted house near the old one. t wmioa 10 ue given jsn. r, ittsi. jerme reasonList Monday was Quarterly Court able, home. in Covington at 0 20 P. M. Returning thlt meeting here last Christmas with 'rather l'or particulars writs to nio at Harper, Kin-tor call on Robt. 8. Lrtle, Stanford, Ky. Mm. J. 8. Ahmsthonu and little train leave Covington at 8 A. M. and doe meagre result, struck a responsive chord day, but as the lawyers had lo go lo Lon don lo attend Iho Bishop trial nearly all of ir. . AXiWitsox, daughter, Minnie May, of Loultr ille, who not rrach here till 6 r. M. The mixed In the heart of the Franklin (Ky. sin IS to dec 1 llirper, Kansas. bar been visiting Mr. K T. Young, near train i now a freight entirely and will run ners and he gathered them into the fold by the cases were continued until McKianey, rtturned home lait week. on about the tame time aa formerly. No soorea. The total number I 82 and of (Monday). J. Stewart A San shipped a car load of U.S. Wnnr.iw, of Stanford, Ky,ha train run to the Junction Sunday. Under these 39 united themselves with the Preslean here during the week Tititiog lite tit- the present running the road can not hope byterians and a church is to be built al horse and cattle from this place to Virter, Mr. Myers, at Washington avenue and for much through passenger busine, aa it once, $1,500 having been already subscrib ginia, last week. His horse did not quite T the Tax.Paycru or Lincoln Count : street. Chicago letter in only take about four hourafroiu Cincinna- ed. The remainder of the converts attach fill a car ami ho filled It up with cattle. Messr. W. G. Jiiatt and AJam Catron, Courier-JournaAll Ihoea who have not paid their Tsiea for ed thcmrelve lo the various churches. ti here by the Southern It. It. shipped two car load, of cattle lo Cincin- 18SJ will please call at my office In and settle Immediately, as tho Auditor Is urging LOCAL MATTERS. Suicide. Hugh L. Tabler, who wss re LAHD.STOCK All) CROP. nati, Siturday. payment. I can not wait any longer. 183 cently sent to the lunatic asylum but who J. x. Jl EXKFKK, Sheriff. Tho trial of Jamca Bishop, for the .TluorilY BEKDat T. It. WaltonV Three pair of extra work mule for returned after a confinement of two or sle. Apply to 8. murder of Maiy Sigman, which had been II. Baughman. 2 'Pore Cider Apple Duller at T. It. Wl three weeks, having been pronounced cured d J. M. Held sold lo J. H. McAlister 7 going on at London for fevers! day ! shool-inby the doctors, committed suicide br just aa itdid before, with a hung ju2 year old steer avertging 1,010 lb, at 4 himself with a pistol, at Harroditiurg, cents. Frriii Ovirrr.ru at H 8. Myer' served at ry; 8 for acquittal and 4 for conviction. On account of bad health. I have concluded to II hour. r rlday. There is no hereditary taint ol John W. Pennington sold to Jeff Hill, Bishop' bond waa allowed lo remain the sell privately rav Kairu of 111 Acres, lying one insanity in his family and it I supposed mil from I'ey ton's Well snd 1 mile Irom tho Stansame as before, $3,000. HeITINU 8tov ayearling saddle filly for $100 and bought at bottom price at W. ford A. Mllledgevtlle turnpike. It Is In aflneitato that hi derangement wa the result of a of him two cows at $10. J. J. Bloomer and family, are prepar- ol cultivation and has CD Acres of Urass. Those II. Higgio. a goat uttlo r arm, well Improved, would premature explosion in which he waa seI have a nici black Jack for sale. Any ing lo go to Texas this fall. Mr. Bloomer aeairmg lo call on me. ANKUMANTatocrc of Clothing at KJ coit- verely injured about the head. x i.. into n ks, lie untri- oue wishing to purchase can call at B. has advertised to sell all of bis real and F. lt Mllledgevtlle, Ky. ion A Owsley'. ed a daughter ol Col. It. F. Bibb, of this GoodeV, Turnersville. W. P. Bradthaw, personal property. He has been quite sue- ' You should ree that $5 boot at Ilruce, county, and his wife with live children as a farmer, and has a good deal ol Stanford, Ky. survive him. He wa a social, clever Warren A Co.' All indebted lo us for threshing will personal property for sale. He sold a pair and thought of by h(a plewe call and A new line of Zslglcr liro., Shoes just settle. We have to pay for of mules for $350 a few days sinco. brother railroad contractors and hi ac our machine and Mr. It. L. Myers has a rquaah vine received at 8. II. Shanks'. the piymenta are due. J. I hivo tho lulleat and Itfstllnoof Furnlturaot quaintance generally. fr growing in 111 garden which has 10 every description ever exhibited In Stanford, aa a II. Alcorn A Co. 2t A. atroll through my store will prove. My prices ire ha been established at a tow as simitar goous can i 8. II. Barrett A Co.' Circus and Meuougnt in tno cities. Wheat fell in Chicago Saturday to 93J branches on It main stem. These branch EeomptoD, In Laurel county. also capable ol ocular nagerie, which exhibited here Saturday, for October, 05Jo for November nnd 97 jc es are Irom L't lo 38 feet in length. He a beton bind 1 lull line of demonstration. I also keep But the Gale Chilled PJow-t- be leal proved to be the best that ever pitched ita for December. October corn dropped to counted at one time 70 growing tquashes and chejit-- of T. It. Walton. on tht vine; and this was after several had C2 tents In Stanford. It is an admlrablv uitn- - 17J. ! ged concern u can be seen by it well-feMr. Bennett Cloyd waa here yetterday been used; though this has not been a very A large ttock of Illankets and Comfort And am ready to servo lunerals prouiutly with a horse, It handsome cage and wagon and and received 35 nitre mule colt purchased good year for squashes either. a nice, new Hearse. Juatrecelved by KJoiUton A Owaley Phocion Harper haa sold his Interest the general appearance and good behavior by P. P. NunnelTey from sundry pirtlei IIruce, WAniiEN A Co. have a new lot oflU attacht. The tnual lot offskira in this vicinity for him at an average of in the carding mill at this place to his Ordors by Tolograph Promptly to. of those $2.50 custom calf shoe for the la were absent and we heard of no swindling $83. They were pronounced by judges to partner, Mr. Willi Griffin, and baa redie. operation at all. The ttreet parade was a be the best lot ever gotten together in the moved lii family to Ohio. Phocion waa B. ni-3mild case of ,scirlet fever at magnificent one and thousands who were county. Mr. Cloyd and his son have some honest, and one of Iho most intelligent There more on their farm nearly as good darkies that we had in our community. Mr. J. II. Hocker', hit son Joe being loo good to go to the show and pay for Every bodT wa sorry to see him leaTe, aa their ticket, enjoyed this free exhibition a the one mentioned. down with it. in. immensely. In this day of blowing and James J. Hodgin o!d lo Eldred Bean he had become almost a necessity in the lttMtMliER we are pole agenU for I'IiIIIim lying, it waa an agreeable surprise to see 25 head of feeding cattle, averaging 1,200 mills. A ilro.' Lebanon celebnted Holler Patent The $300 reward offered by the how near the big promises of the bill were pound at 1 cents per pound, AND KENTING ! SamFlour. HrlghtA Curran. for the delivery of Wm. Dunnrgan; carried out and everybody went a it ay satis uel Hay den sold lo J. W. Howard, Mot Ulng able to attend to iny farm, I will on The mall from Lancaster and other fied and happy. The mensjjerie Is a fine of Columbia, Tenn., 33 head of year to the Jailer of Lincoln county, hi caused point on the K, O. closes now at 9.30 a. h, one and the performers are the best in their line mules at $117 50 per head. He has quite a stir among the cilixen of the SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1883, and opens at at 5: 15 r. M. line. Among the latter I the wonderful also bought of Mr. Howard 40 mare mule neighborhood in which he liven. The Kent It to tho hl(hrst bidder lor the lesr 1831. leading It lies For kicking Mote Iiallinger, of color, and unequalled bareback rider, ltobert colU at $32.50 per head and said to be the wood are full of parlies searching for him. ford toon both side of tho plkauillci fromfrom Stanthe formabout3, He wai seen Saturday, by a Mr. Parsley. er and Hustonvllle, tho latter place. The farm It Mlsa Kuiiua Lake, as grace- fine! lot in the State. miles fruni and chaatltlng another nero, Mr. J, D. Sllckney, and Winchester Dear, very productive lud well watered. Parsley called to him to halt, but instead ful and m accomplished an equestrienne aa Price paid $21.20 yesterday. Halherex tin the uuie day and on tho sains premises, I BOTLE COUNTT. of halting he drew hi pistol and tired one will sell all my stock, conilatlng or Milk (lows, ever pulled a rein. Then there were the peaalve fun. Feeders, Yeailingstnd (.'lives; tun slot of hot. Parsley returned the fire but n Oannlle. Leotard Brothers, unrivalled in their ac Cattle, young tnd old, of the Knightly That small profit and quick aalra tell I crobatio feats; the Maynird, In their Jar. and Victoria slock and one very nno sged Hull, a escaped into the wood. Communion services were held at the lot of Mules, Horses aud UrooJ Mares; my Farm demonstrated by the fact that llrlght A Jack Adams, Jr. and wife are in Lou- lYoduce. COOallllnir of Wheat. ItVA. f?iirn anil lliv; Ing traixa acts; the Malay Prince, who Biptiit church Sunday. Implements, euch is flows, llir- Curran are selling double the good ever Workmen are piintiug the celling and isville this week. MisseaSallie White all iii r can tie himself in a so boneless nasa. Wagon, drain Drill. Hay Hake and many old in Stauford before. other ankles too numerous to uieutlou. does his body appear; Frank Filx Williama, otherwise beautifying George Lawrence's head and Alice Ward, of LlviiiKtou, spent llRHl. Cteultolstx montba on all sums over Friday and Saturday in town. Colonel llUNTl Its. They have at list arrived. the modern Sampson, who lift a barrel of shoe store. 4v, uuurr ibti awouui. run. auui rcjmreu, iicKullab'earjd hauk, with luteiest. Sam M. Burdelt, of Lancaster, is in town Terms must bo payable Inwits beforo riiuovtl of The cheapest line ol Dreech and XI mile water In hi teeth with a 150 pound man I.ap.ley McKee, Jr , a recent graduate compiled loading gun ever brought to Stanford, We standing on It but we havn't space to con of Centre College, la attending the Theo this week. He says he I a candidate for roierty. IW-J. H. HVItVilV, I he nomination, to run for Congrtai next will sell you a gun at factory price. tain the list ol superior attraction, though logical Seminary at Princeton. year. Hockcastie will give him a solid A. J. Shear wa fined $10 and cost on Bright & Curran. we can not out It to mention the funny We never saw better order than wrs oh. clown, Mr- - W. Fred Aymar, and his per Monday, in the Police Court on the com delegation sure. There is no one whom we arrved here Saturday. There was but lit- forming pig "Stnko," whosrj sntic created plaint of Terry McCall, for a breach of would rather tee honored a a member of Congress than Col. Sim M B., and when tle drunkennew and loa fighting. In fsct so much laughter, Mr- Aymar la also tlia peace. Itoui Davis, the colored man who waa we say this a majority of the democrat of pre agent of the show and lo him we are there none of the latter, with (he ex LAND, STOCK & CROP. ceptlon of a pommelling a show man gave Indebted for a number of courtesies. The shot by 8m McKee on the night of Sept. this county agree with us Lei' unfurl We will otter for sale our Lands, About OOO and when the r- - ltt. after getting nearly well, ha grown his banner and give him a boom that will a knob I to who deserved It for hi insulting huge tent war Arrest of Fsrmluir Lands. Iviur on formince wa over a large proportion of worse within the past week and I now so place him fsraheid of all hi councilors. Crevk tnd llreeu lllvir. Smiles hortu Uiriuintr'a languige. of Liberty, MldJIebuig Ihs the audience remained to the concert,whlch low that hi death may occur at any lime. Ji milts rl.utli ofona of I tie lustand kuown as and tUugU ter r'srui, a IN MEM0RIAM. The great divorce lawyer, J. H. Paxlon, in Messrs. G. W. Bilnbridge and M. addition to being a good one, had a priii In Casey county. Maid lands continue to got in hi work. He ha just will Kotered into everlasting rest, Mr. Lliite until bsaold rivueiy ou any uiy iroui inia uaio feature which proved qulto profitable to Coulson, two Englishmen, who have only filed another suit, in which Thomas J. many of the purchaser of tlcketa. Colonel been In America about three week were at lleatlejr, Oct. 3J, 1833. She went to her flooch seels to be legally leparated from e Hill got a silver and others the Clemen House Saturday and Sunday. quiet repsw just a the shadows of night Thursday, October 25, 1883, hi wife Polly, whom he allege ha not got silverwsre of much value, apparently. They are expert watchmaker looking out came on. Death had no terrors for'her. And If not disputed of, will on that day ou th only committed adultery on sundry and diremise bo sold to th blgbtst blJdcr for for a location to begin business in their Bhe served OoJ In life and Iho Almighty' cash: th residua uu two equal annual payver occasions, but carrlea the proof of ber HARRIAOES. with I u ter est tout dale until uld. art. arm sustained her as she ussed from mentsth On aUo soil aau day (.CKiuber 251b w Iniquity in the shape of youngster which Wm. Leonard and Mis Harriet Tint-le- y Tip Bruce on Monday took to Lexing- earth lo the field Klvaian, The stricken to tha highest bidder, on tht promises, will stock, our be avers la not hit own. rouslsllug of Horses, Cattle, Hutts, torn good aged were married In Stanford on Friday ton for sale one pair good work geldings; family, father, mother and aistei, bat above work llutea. soma vouuir lluliu- - aoiua .l,iiii.l. A neoko named Bob Dugan, of Danville, last. one pair work mare, a coach gelding and all Ihe five orphan children, whose loa is sndColls, onaof tb liuest young Jacka In tha got Inside the circus tent while It wa be aqd Mis Julia A. a fine rockaway inaro. Warren A. ltuasel irreparable, have the tendiand Willi O. Adams log raised Saturday and when the uieo Hooker were united for life at Capt. Wm. lea with' "Nobby" on the same day for tbe of the commuolty, Maj the lirmrlv asked him out he refused lo go, AttemptDaugherty'tott Sunday. time place, where he will trot some day Clod of all consolation comfort and sustain Any indsllolsaU properly will be shown to ing to eeot blm he drew a pUtol and Ike Thomai Wall, 27 year old and a this week In the 2:25 class. anyone dxslrlugto purdiue, by my son, any day them in the plenitude of their auflerioga, on tn pruuiitus. Bald lands ItoUtweon tho Libofficers wero stnl for. Policeman Coflty widower, entered the mitrliuonlal stale a "(loj's will b dons, th Amanda Itenfro. a colored servant weep erty and llustouvllla turuplk road tod Liberty took him In aftei some resistance, but after second time Silutday with Mr. Liule employed Iu the family of Prof. T, O. Aal sorrows o'er th spirit sweep; iu allddltburg turuplk road, aud wlthlu 1 ullot of lb depot of th railroad, which road will be Iu staying in Jail a day or two he waa dismiss Long, a widow of 18 This couple came lo lUndolph, wa arretted on Friday, for All tilth snd bop soou dud running luudltlon lusld of two moults. ConvenOod's will U done, lust soul should save, ient toihuntiva, dc , In a good nslghuorhood. ed for wast of witnei gstnat him. the circus separate and a part with no Idea stealing a lot of carpel and bed clothe I Qod't will b don t Clod's will b dour, lMd J, IT, McW HUHTKHA) SOX. right-of-wa- y ii right-of-waltrrcch-lnadlnf- of marrying, but the exhilarating efTed of the ciowd and the music, warmed up their Famh line French candles at Ilrlght A heart snd he proposing nt the proper mo ment wss accepted. She could give no Our run V excuse for a postponement of their hsppi-ne- s, Tuesday Morning, A full line of Fall Good now opening at October 9, 1883 so after obtaining license, they proH. II. flhanV. ceeded lo Judge Brown's, who look them Nrw lot of Canned (lood, cheapjr than Into hi parlor and lied them together in . A N. LOCAL TIME CURB, his own beautiful and Impressive style. He Msll train going Nerth. ..IMP. X. tver.alT.R. Wallon's. .1 00 p, M. Mouth. 1 01 A.m. Kiprcaatrtln'' Houlh Again, more Trunk and Valine at warned to Mm the iiride but for reason " . JU A.M. " Norh... that are he denied himself the Ilruce, Warren A Co.' rStwu-Mcthljj InltriirlisnnI Dr-- T corn-shell- nude, at W. II. Hlg-gin- '. QTAWBOBT). KY, from the residence of her employer. The Still sing tbe iweet refrain I urn I Tatue OHC-raLDxPTESTht anchor lor tha troabUI heirl of the goods taken la aufflclenl to R. OM'i will bs dans, nhill nesce Impirl." make the offense grand larceny, but Mr. "Knits hath char mt to tooth the savage, l.rnit," Ifny tvlJenee wat neresury t vtelfy th B, B, flTANronn, Oct. 6lh, '83. lUndolph I not Inclined lo prosecute the truth of thlt old lajlnf, a visit to Ihe Ureal Southern Ki posit Ion at ltnlivllle, Ky., now In th tenth The C7,0. R A H. ?.". woman. week oflUalorlontciltlenee, would dispel any doubt on thlt teor. (Irani! (Ilortoutt MacnIlleentI Mr. W. P. Speed, traveling agent of FMlor luiethr JvnviL' Having recently vlslled Ntshvllle, I srsth remarks one hesrton tvery hand, while the sir resounds with eiqatilu harmony. Every the Cin. N O. and Tex. Pacific Hallway, and wiio lia been commissioned lo collect look occasion to Investigate the ttalu of the body has heard music, but every body hat not heard Ullraora's Band, of New York, snd If th I 3C. 5 presented wonld h a fortanat no other attractions, a plljrlraajt of many re miles to hear this tjcirrejttlon of artist many klnds-t- ha Innocent coolnfof th little darling It uiuilc lo Ifa mother's eart; the ruiMnj roarlof wtleri of Niagara It mnile to some; the Jingling of the almighty dollar It rauilo lo Ihe mlitr't soul; then there It a kind of mnile furnished by loqnacloui taWimen sometimes called "chin rau.le"-l- h latter la very common; buyers Bpetklngofmntle-tliersi- Investment. of clothing hart mnch sailed In tl this k tnd of mutle lo contend with, snd sll who havs had their tympanum! - thlt way will I agist to keow that Iho great Clothing- Hon, of J. Winter A Co, corner of Third tnd Markil fUrett, trottvllle, Ky,, employ no tuch moilclant; Ilia brlgadt of salesmen em ployed by thlt establishment art gentlemen of tiperlenee and Judgment, polite, courteous tnd slten don't talk you to d eath; they talk juat enough tnd no more. A Co. ire absolute manufacturers; their clothing It well cut, well made snd will trimmed. It do.."! rciutr ranch lalklig to sell ll-- "lt sneskt for Itself." No colton la nied In th sowing; every seam It sewed with the best of tllk no ripping; lbs buttons don't map on when you meets; the thtp ofthsgarmentremalnt solid. The thousands who havs visited thlt gigantic emporium during th Kxpotlllon will bear witness lo everything hereln-.elalmeTh beat goods srs always the cheapest, but the highest priced article It not always tbe best. Bom dealers charge more thin the article It tlro-lb-ey J. Winter Ibomonej'i worth every time; thlt applies In their eitenilrt Merchant Tailoring department they present th blggeal stock In the Southwest to select from, and will make you a suit or overcoat to order, much lets thin other first-cla- ss establishments South of Ihs Alleghinf Mountains. Delay supplying yourself to ill their virions departments till you reach Louisville, worth; not so with J. Winter A Co., their role It to give a lt j, 500 PAIRS Ladies', Misses and Children Fine and Mo dium Grade IVTILLI1YERY! to Creditors - SHOES These are JFresh Fall Goods and Parties Wanting i87-2- SCHOOL SHOES! Should Govern Themselves Accordingly. Ji. at BRUCE, WARREN & CO. y Notice ! j Klflt-Mvent- h PREPARE I BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR l. Court-llou- lerrui-nste- e Nice Farm For Sale FALL SEEDING! lUS-- .i. And be sure you examine, before purchasing, our line of Seeding Implements, as follows: i waa-muc- l'oaT-OPKI- FurnlturE. The Baker Spring Hoe Gram Drill, The Trump Grain Drill IJ iilca.lifcr.s' otitis with Spring Seat, od 1 d Got-ern- Dun-nega- bow-kno- t, - iu well-fille- The Buckeye Spring Shoe Grain Drill, Public Sale ! The Star e Grain Drill, The Albion Spring and Broadcast Seeder, The Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Sulky Harrow Public Sale ! and Broadcast Seeder, The Moline Sulkey Plow, The Cassedy Sulky Plow. K. WEAREN. One-horsSulky-Harro- w water-servic- This line of Implements cannot be ooa-tbl- 1 aiTecllou-atesjmpit- Also remember we make a Specialty oi jnsn .tsrotners wagons, Webster Wagons and Columbus bcarl-slrlo- Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. GEO. D. WEAREN. aki-IKtckliitcriir3iir- ST? A.IiTJE'CmTJ. 3CY. Tws&y Morning, - October 0, 1&S3 VRWHTXXKt TH ItKATIt. Few people eccm to tiropcrly Mil mate tlio grcflt wroiif; ol frightening Nearly every howeuold children. has ils "ugly oM man" or ita "great old bear." TIio terrilri old man ami till (treat old I tear aro powerful (act "Come ors in nursery discipline. along hero, now," n mother or nurae will say to a child, "and let inn put you to bed." "I don't want In ro to bed now." tho child replies. "You'd better corao on bow, or I'll tell that ugly old man to como nnd tako you away. There he cornea now. Thte his the intended effect, nnd tho child, trembling in fear, submits at once ami goes to bed, probably to see in imagination all kinds of horriblo ho aces. Tbosftd death of alitllo girl, which occurred recently, shows what a strong impression these "boogera" raako on tho minds of children. Tho little one was a beautiful child, and every ono at tho fashionable boarding house where her parents were spending the summer months loved her with that purity of afleetiea which a child eo gently, yot so strongly, inspires. Sho would Btand at the gato and clap her little Lands with glee when her father carao to dinner, and whon ho would tako her on his shoulders sho would shout and call to every one to look how high she was. One day a large, shaggy dog came into the yard, and when see ran to him and held a flower to his soeo, ho growled and turned away. Sho was terribly frightened, and tho black nurse, who stood near, was not Blow in making a mental noto of tho impression the dog had made. Several nighla afterward, whon bedtime came, tho child was unusually wakeful. "Yer'd better como heah an git in dis bod," tho nune commanded. "I don't want to." "All right, den. 1'so gwino out an' call dat nlo dog what' growled at yer, When ho cornea an' fin' yer outtcn do bed bo'U bite yer head off." The little girl grew deadly pale. "Nuthin" would suit that dog better den to git a chanee at yer. Totlicf night he cotoh a little girl across do road an' cat her all up. Tho child screamed. "Come on heah, den, an' I won't let him ketch yer." Tho noor little thine obeyed. Her father and mothVr were at an enter tainment aud there was no appeal from the Begro woman's appeal. When morning came the littlo girl did not awnko with her glad "good mornin , nana an' mama." Sho tossed all night nnd a hot fever had settled upon her. Sho grow rapidly worse, and the next day tho physician declared that there was no hope for her. She became delirious and, struggling, wnuld gav: KDHitt rottnr.ar si wiiimot.ovi Many jrnr uro, wlnk IMtrin Forrriti wiut playing nn engagement in n Wtt-cllionlcr, Wlilto Clrm.1 nnd n ntnnlx1! ot rtlirr Indian chiefs wcro on their ro hirn from Wellington. Stopping in tho town over iiiplit, lliey wcro conducted to tho thcnlur to boo tlio ijrvnl American tnigotlian. Mr. Format wan then in tlio primo of llff, lilt voico Imiiirf p I" tho maximum of a Mentor. Tim play on tliat oroiiinrr wad "Metamora." Wlillo Cloud anil liU band of warriors wcro with acuta In it nlago 1k. Tlio theater wan crowded, and it waa very orldont that tho auditors wcro anxious to oliscrvo what effect tho performance would havo pn tlio simon-purchildren of tho forest. Tho play nnd, though tho Indians could not understand n single word that wax Niid, yet Uioy appeared to 1w ninch interested ; occaftionally giving to ono another a satisfactory grunt. Aflor n wlillo they liernnm rather uncaay, whioh occmod to bo Hiiimltnncoua among them all. Tlds wad more apparent whon the enmo fiom liohind Indian tho scenes. Tlio oyca of tho nndicucu nro uion While Cloud, who two or llirco times grasiHtl Hit t mahawk in hin licit. Tho other warriors did so likewise. Tho party wero getting more excited as tho play proceeded. They looked at each other with anxiety ; their eyes indexed tho fact that their " fcotila wero in arms." rrose.iii.rjr Metamora, willi uplifted tomahawk, ruslil-- upou tho stage, ami when ho gavo tliu which no ono but n Forrest could do, tho Indians could remain in their soots no longof. Forrest gavo n second, and a shrill whoop, whereupon Whito Cloud nnd hLvbond, Joining in full chorus, sprang upon tlio stage, ami, brandishing tlioir tomahawks and glittering knives, rushed toward Motiunoni. Fbrrcut was apparently dumbfounded for a moment, but ho soon took in tlio situation, and, finding' that tho real Indiana wcro on his side, ready to do or die in his behalf, ho felt that ho had achieved ono of tho greatest triumphs in tho profession he so much loved during his eventful lifts. In detailing this nnoo-ttot-o Forrest said that ho was not really awaro at tho timo of tho pcrformaneo that ho was using nn exact "whoop" for reinforcements, but the wild Indians understood it and responded as followers of Metamora. Tho houso was thrown into tlio wildest excitoment, which soon cooled down, with tho general belief that it was tho best pcrformaneo and most effective rendition of tlio Indian play over niodo by the distingnkhed actor. San JRrancUco Vanltij Fair. o war-whop, tho palladium of lilicrty, Itccanso it is tho only iHiwvr in a frco country which can nlono withstand nnd overthrow the erafly conspiracy of political If it ilovs not lend it is liecntue it chooses lo follow ; it is becaniio It dor not know that no oMco is no great aa that of holding tho opinion that makea par lies and Presidents ; that no patronage is so powerful as tho Just fear of an criticism brought Iwtno to ovcry word nnd every act of ovexy puWi-- j man nnd commending it jmlgmcnt to the intelligenco nnd flio conscicncoof every citizen. Tho political tires at this country docs not fulfill lta truo function until party chiefs In caucuses and conventions and Congress learn thero is n power mightier than all of them combined, which wilt not como merely nt tJicir onll, winch will not bo content dema-gogtic- "Doc shan't havo mamma's littlo girll " It was a sorrowing circlo that sur rounded her death bed. Tho parents were plunged into a grief which nono but the hearts of fathers and mothers can feel. Her last moments were a series of struggles. How hard the beautiful can die! Sho wildly throw up her littlo hands and shrieked : "Go away, dog 1" A gontlo hand wiped tho death froth from her lips. Again she struggled and shrieked: ," but she died "Dog shan't have Boswas finished. ere tho sentence ton Herald. Tho big walnut log recently pur chased by L, Hinoh cc Brother and part brought from an out of'tho-waof France, arrived in New York a few days ago. It was twelve feet long and nine feet in diameter, and said to weigh nearly twenty two tons. It cost tho owners S1G0 to bring it acrocs tho ocean, and $40 more to have it trucked some little dwtanco to a veneer mill, a task- which kept six borecs busy for thirty hours. Thero was only in the harbor with oae derrick-lighte- r monster log could bo hand which the led. The log h said to be worth, as it stands 82,000, or $0,000, when cut Into vecetrs. It has been suggested by Dr. II. Macaulay, of Belfast, that Mouchot's solar engine, which has already been exhibited in Paris, in tho act of driving a printing press-- , can bo utilized for pumping cold air iuto factories and houses in the tropics. "Thero is nothing impossible about tho suggestion," says the London hkJio, "and some of us may live to seo the timo wheu tho tropical heat of the sun will be utilized to do tho work of tho factory aud cool tho shops and tho dwellings by cur tmU of air, which havo becorao actu-all- y fcy cold by the work thoy havo y - Viltl.USliVUKllS. Philosopher)) urn men nnd tuimotimct woman who Enow how it's all douo but nover do it. Philosophers aro sometimes U1030 who shut themselves up iu lilirnrics and closets to study nature out of Jiooks. nro soniclitacrt reckoned very wise, yet not wisa enough to avoid tho dyspepsia. Philosophers often grow old and at nn curly age. Cun't boar to havo (iluldrcn about them. Mot nblo, aa u rule, to harness a liorbo. Cau't walk over a mile, and afraid to cat after 0 o'clock in tlio ovtning. .Not of much account in a corn or potato field, but great in a debating club. Can't sail a boat, but uho stwctoclcs at 35. Learned iu logic, but not much help at a fire. Soma philosophers haven't known ovor fifty nciuiaiutancoa for tho last thirty years. Out of which association they study all monVind and write books about tliu human raco. ' Other philosophers are dkcontontod with everything that is, and would bo satis fled only with wliat isn't Then thero aro philosophers who even fail to recognizo when u man or woman not talking philosophy at all yet lives and practices it, A woman philosopher, after 60, wearing spectacles, uumarriod and run to seed, philosophically is a fearful tiling to contemplate. Sonio philosophers nro never happy uuloss writing or talking pldlosophy, and then all dthcrs who read or hear their philosophy nro unhappy. A balky horse is mora than a match for any philosopher in theso United States. Intellectually Bpeaking, thoro aro no o two jeoplo after than whoii a malo and foinalo philosopher think thoy fall hi luvo and court and marry each other, Tlio progeny of philosophers, when thoy havo any, aro rarely philosophical ou coming of ago. They know how it is themselves. Afcw Yuri; Orajhlo, Philo-iophcrbald-headworbo-swlndlo- d mar-riag- u, "J7.M7.KJ J AX ' L.IDIKS." A contemporary appreciates tho following specimen of Irish gallantry and grammar. Bo do wo : Iu a railroad car tho Boats, were all full except ono, which was occupied by Irishman ; and at ono a pleasant-lookin- g Audko tho curiosities of tho census of Ciiuistun graces aro liko jwrfnraes of tho stations a couple of evidently British India nro tlio extraordinary pro- tho moro thoy aro pressed, tho sweeter and intelligent young ladies fessions which bOuio persons doclnro thoy thoy smell ; liko stars, thoy shino brighteamo in to procuro Beats. Boeing nono pnrsuo. In Allahabad, 071 deso ibed est iu tho dork; liko trees tho more vacant, they wero about to go iuto the themselves us "lawblackguarda." thoy aro shaken, tlio deeper --root thoy next car, when Patrick aroso hastily take, and tho more fruit they boar. and offered them his seat with evident 'fins wife of an FngHsh clergyman alpleasure, leges in her petition for divorce that hor known in Tin: earlictt printing-pres- s "Hut you will havo no soat for your- husband boxed lit? oars before service Michigan was brought to Detroit in self," responded ono of tho young ladies, and kicked her after ho got homo from 1809 J y Father Gabriel Richard, a priest with a smile, hesitating, with truo bvrvleo, of tliu order of Bt. Bulpico. to accept it. Vtry Low Rates. " Nivcr mlud that I" said tho gallant landlord thinks a WituN a rural-resoDnniKa the contlnusnccof the South. Hibernian; "I'd ride upon a cowcity man is putting ou too many airs, at Iouitvllle, Ky., catcher to' New York, any time, for n ern Gxpoaltlon, he merely says, as ho hands him tho Auxuat lit, and continuing 100 such jiutlemauly ladiod." smile from key to his room nt uight : "1U careful d days), the LouUtIIIo & Nahlllo And ho retired hastily into tho uext out tho gas; dou't blow it will sell Excurdon Tickets from any to turn car, amid tho cheers of his News. of its itatioD to Loulivllls at one fare for the round trip. These Tickets will he en Tintitn ore 10,000 oystoruica in VIr. So matter how jaded the conitilutlou sale every day, from L. & N. Station and link. 4oe." may be from dleae or excess, lbs Ortat will Le (jOod 16 daj, allowing ainplo time fri. ItiilluoMtliin fIvHiieiMla ami too Thero are in the world 3,085 milk,! flertuan Invlgorator restores it pet saaneot-I- t. to visit the Greatcit Kxpotitlon ever held liA.rlw Millni. Iu rwlleVMl at nnrfl Iit takillP producing every year 059,000,000 For sals br Pen- in the South, and recond only to the Cen- one 01 umer Mint uier iiua iiuiueui HeotdwlLiemeut. ately after dinner. Dou't forget this. tennial at Philadelphia. lotte of clcj paper. ny A McAIIiter. o o well-bred (com-menclKail-roahla e. (pausing, reflectively) "lint whoro could I Mud a box largo enough? " Patiuck on tlm zebra : Plial kind otn basta is Unit- - the nmlo with hi ribs on tho outoidu of hU skhiu entirely I" "Wnv don't Jim havo sonio slilo nliontyou?" said tho man who had looked nlong a milo of barbed fence for nn entrance. IIktwwsh "drouth" nnd "drought, " tho press of tho country appear to hnvo no pnrticular way of spelling that whioh indicates n dry spell. An Indian idol was recently found in Kansas, It was made, of earthenware, was brown in color, nnd has n haudlo. It will hold two quarts. Onr lively fly cau scratch up and scatter moro seeds of religion than tho most eloquent divino can sow inn wholo merely wHli Mi regular larty trade-mar- forenoon. Whitehall Times. butwldch for UiosnVoof Uio cause Atrrn.R girl in n London Sunday-schoo- l, of IU party, and dospito Congress and lielng asked why God made tho convention, will advocate only worthy flowers of tho finld, replied : " Please, incasufw, nnd silpjiort only titling canma'am I stipiKx for patterns forartilloial didates. Thus, nnd thus nlone, can tho flowers." press of any oolor snvo its own arly Nuo.MtA Falls issobrilliantly illuminfrom decay, by forcing loaders to depend ated by tho elcctrio light every evening for support, not upon discijiliue, not that after paying tho hackman you eon upon party spirit nnd party patronage, easily soo whether there is anything left upon tlio ossenKal oxoellcnoo of tho. but iu your jiockct-book- . party policy and the. character of tlio Insects aro becoming fashionable for TOicn leaders know party candidates. dint their own party pruen, which goes jewelry, but then it is not pleasant to into every houso nnd reasons with ovcry find this kind of fashionable jewelry orvoter, will nsk first of nil whothor tho namenting tho mattress of tho summer candidate nominated ought to havo been hotel. nominated, nnd whether tho policy proFinsr player" I dreamt last night I posed Is a sound, policy, ami whether was playing Hamlet." Second player " I nm very thankful to say that I did those who propoeo to lead aro worthy and honorable ojk! faithful leaders, tlio not dream that I was ono of your audio first caro of thoso leaders will bo to ence." a body of sound doctrine, and to I.NQCinEn : "Isitwickcd togoflshing present candidates liko tlio old chevalier Sunday, it yon don't catch anything ? " of France, without fear and withouS reIt Is horribly wicked. You've no busiproach. Geo. W. CitrtU. ness to wasto timo, and profanity is always wicked. Boston Jnt, A IilHXKU AT COST 1'lttCE. Tul worM U not aU d&oM peoplo was A dinner for thirty-tw- o Wlta 14tcr come Um twrct; provided nt n cost of 2.22. Tlio Tour fftrl may not be banJnmr, Your wife tmj hmv ooM frrt bill of faro included pea sonp, Parker Uut OTcr corooi Uio kno0Ut Houso rolls, Irish stow, potatoes, pork Tbai jrars cf carscat work and beans, veal croquettes, cold slaw, J!aj wnic Oar uaka you o!a To Mull hotel clerk. macaroni, rioo pndding, npplo dumplings and coffee. This Is likely to mako "Wni, Mary, how do you liko your tiro master of the houso wonder why ho now home in Vermont?" "Well, mum, cannot havo a greater variety on his wo all liko it but father, and tho air is at a less cost. It is but just to tlio too embracing for him, but under tho housekeeper to say that In order tomako canister of heaven I think there isn't a abundant nnd cheap requires more beautifiulcr place," a great deal of timo. A fow years ago urchin, " Jlotiian," said a wo sat down to a delicious dinner don't want to go to Sunday-schco"I at on incrodiblo coot, so for as the I want to go fisbinVI "I5ut tho fish Cormaterials wore concerned, by Miss won't bito on Sunday." "Well," reson and her assistant chef. Fivo hours sponded tho probable future President, wore consumod by Miss Corson, tho cirf "I'll risk it, anyway. Maybo thoro'a and an assistant in tlio preparation of Uia winio that's liko ma" meal, which wa not very elaborate Tho Ubakkuan "Tho train is now about woman who Is doing washing nnd ironn to enter thq Stato of Missouri. ing and dusting and sowing for a family who havo not provided them-mUof fivo or six, at tho svna timo caring for with carbines will pass forward tho wants of the little children, which in to tho locomotivo and crawl into tho families aro lAany, Bio tender." perhaps added to thea tho caro of two Tim "utterly utter" kind of talk has or more cows, looking attcr tlio chickiufeotcd tho struct gamins, ono of whom, cau-nens nnd doing other outdoor work, up n moro than usually tako fivo hours to prepare n delicious after picking , exclaimed to his of cold mntton left tho irarant meal from a btt friwid : "Jack, this is quite too posl-liday before and the strmll things that can '" ' ly bully," bo bought In a city market. A great deal may bo gained by tho lossons of Tnc KIND br A' nOSKDUD she ra numerous cooking euhools, but It must I'm u n' cUiuihtcr young g(rl . . Miu Jrottng W, not bo forgotten that many women rro I ,.trur1aiid JainV, all powjery aud painty, ( u uWili.K, without tho timo noocwary to tho prepup at 11 young girt wtlhullo young girl, ..ul.l--l ,,i aration of other than tho simplest i. U on K.oalta young girl, dishep. CfiriiHan Uiiiqit. , t in imtrjo, don't know a Uilng, yoo know, young glrL ti ilia ut(a ji.iZmw iioit xv tt tin a young girl, u i iaVeunlll3yuungg1tl, Tlio procesd of making n screw Livery Uit Urribly laiy, uaii'la, interesting. Tlio rough largo wiro in ik ouug girl. u iV IU big coils is, by drawing through a hole , out (r a raleli young girl, smaller than itself, made tho sizo needu U '(M up '(ulck young girl, ,il,o yc p,iug, and baj 'em when dosing, ed. Thou H goes into a machino that at t! ynur gmiuif )uUIig glrh ono moment cuts It hi proper lengths , t and miuVa a head op it. Then it is put A IIKUKTW J'UMT. into sawdust and "rattled," und thui Mrs. Celia Tlmxter's cottage Is near brlghtenod. Then tho head is shnped the hotel at Applodoro aud sho takes down smoothly to tho proper size and iu tho hotel dining-rootho nick imt in at tho saiuo timo. After htr meals Sho in" again iu sawdust tho thread Mrs. Thaxter is an nthclst. " rattling herits from hor father a variablo temper is cut by another jnacbiue, mid, after anand it depends upon other " rattling " nnd thorough drying, ml disposition, i.cr mood, when an introduction Is tho screws aro aseortcd by hand (the made, as to whether sho will be civil. lingers of thoao who do tlds movo alwoman, and dovold of most literally liko Uglitnlug), grossed by iho Is n stout " i.uiuty. LouUtrllle Cburler-Jwmq- l. weight end packed for shipping. That cuows FLY, which renders it possiblo fur machines An Ohio naturalist claims to havo dis- to do all this la a littlo tiling that looks liko and opens and shuts liko a goooo's covcred that "Crows fly zig zag, and bill, which picks np a singlo screw at a not, as has been generally believed, in a timo, carries it whore it is needed, holds straight line." O well, may bo thoy do g in Ohio. It deponds a good it till grasioI by something else, nnd fly returns for onotliun That is about tho deaj on tlio condition of tlio man who is most wuidorful piece ot autaibatio skill looking at them. Now, hi Texas thoy and usefulness evor seen, and it has fly round, and round and round ; in douo ita distinctive work nt tho rate of Mississippi thoy can't fly a rod uftcr4 tkirty-ouscrews a niiuuto, although o'clock in tho afternoon ; while In Iowa this rato was only oxporiuicutal as yet ; and Kansas thoy fly as straight as a any hour between 12 and 12. ninety-thro- e gttus per day, however, has chalk-linregular work for ono machino. .KrcAairc. been tho pro-vidta-b- lo o fair-haire- d pro-pareL Gen-tleniocigar-stump-- trilKlt Tilt: NKHSlVKH nOEH IT ri.KASAXrJUKS. WmoHrs Indian Yecetaile Pills ttnur truRK. Is. never a moro IwneHcont ronTiiB "Tun sir," wild Mr. Qallnflher, 'Ml Tho pre.s power than when it shows tho country was funny enough to mako a donkoy that while loyal toji party and ill policy laugh, I laughed till I cried. " it is more loyal to honor nnd patriotism. "Indrrp, sir, I would box your car" And bW Mltlnliat Cnmnlalntat CHVKCR WRktTBKT. PAirirtlinH'. It is TT KTH01il.1T, HOUT1I. RT. H. O. Morrleon, JlL I'aelnr. rVrtleea erery Hiimray morning and night eirrpt lh third, rrayer Meeting erery Tbnmlay nllht. Sundaf Hehool at M A. at. Bar. II. (!. klotrlioni Hnpeflntendent. -l- lav. J. M, Dacca, rattor. her? leea nn Second and Kouilh Hunlayt. mnrnlnf and rrayer Meeting erepy Wedniolay after. nlnht, RaJeto tAkc.tolnatMimTjrvrirft.'xIiloi noarlp-In- r neon. Sunday Hchool at ISO a, u, K. K, Harrow All DnnraUM. KlmmrU. Superintendent UHlHTtAN- .- Werahlp hy the rmiregatlon er- Thounn1lnf grTM tr ry iiord'aoay. annually roMmt of Ihfl ir. J. w. onBeennd and Koufth txird'a dayi. Husdayljehnol proloninxl Tletlma, IUm Mereranro, Kuprrlntendent. tiaMittHMand healllire. at SIS. nttb iml TK1SIIVTKHIAN, R(lt)TII.-l(e- T. 'toreil hy I. H, Mr hi ho.il at .M. John W. I TOT, pa'tor Hnmlay GERMAN luut, huperlnundenl. Union IVayer Meeting an . Which pmltltely and permanently riirra l,iiin-- f Wedneetlay nlr.hu. (rauaed by rnrv.rrifciirax, iireeaea t,l any kind,) Anrlf-(- aI and alldlerayw that follow (if n fluencotSeirAbum, aa loaa of energy, loetol Memory, unlicnal laaaltud, pain In in lark, dlmnenottUlon, prrmatur oM age, and many other dlaeaaea that lead to romuiorUon and prela mature grate. aXTrlend for elmiura wllh NTANrtinU, KY- .frea by mall. The lMlUOUA TOH laaold at lot, orals bote for l bf all drngirlatf, or will lie eent free hy mall, aeeuirly aealel,on retrlpltf price, hy alJn.li.o Proprietor. W. P. WALTON, - IK L IV E R M MT. IJMyr JTw. raaaoiT IIHlV, A'ri'OHNJ'lVW At J. A VKKNOrt, K. ISIDItT. HDHDETT A " V. KT. WAtt.CK l' . TAason.- - W.AW.M. VAKNON, i.A.AV, A'AVA'CIINJJVH A-'V. t)Be In ROBBED j Jt ui 0'r BTANfORH, KY. A Hon' new hulldln- -p aUlra. INVIG0RAT0R! .. f A'iwi'iviin ni r KT, X.A.W. srAitumi), i..ik.tv.,..ii.r I M. l'KYTON, Jolnlnit rounllea and the hnperlo' ., . .. iiu.n.dai... wr,lim ..w ol npiei. PW. ite.a.in ln.a.tir alr.t. t.ipv .ii lfln o1"' -ia .- ,n'1 antl ail. J,1"1 II OPERA HOUSE, Kl(ht rnmelete arte ot Been. Beating rapacity, Includlns gallery. SOO, lleanonabl rato to good attraction. Addreea aa aioTe. lr ij an villi:, ky., Will prattle In the Oourlacf Itnyleand adJoUInf aounllcaaad In Ih Court oApl-va- l n! ri'au. . And Mauler lloninilaaloner Hncknml Circuit Court MT. VhttNON, KY, Will rrarllr In the IUckratll (burll, Oullee-lio- n, a specialty, tlrtes In IVmrl-beua(t3J A.orroiiNjav'A.'i' x.a."v, j. Attornoy At LKM V. lunnunnM. 113 Sole agent forth UnlleU SUlea, V.J.niKXKT, Adamaitreet,Toleilo,(lhle, ll-ly- JitM-- , r 8liofSla;e,t2niM, ery CARTER'S fllVE ITTIE PILLS. mm Stanford Female College. NTANI'OKU, With KY. Oflea Houth side Main Buret," two door the Myers HeUI. rursNltrans Olid (Iu adailotiUred quired. MIL W. UJ HUUUUON. IliilNTIHT, srANFUKU, KY. o re- HUFFMAN. abere a Full Corps ef Teachers, ALL T1IK nilAHt'JIKH lit' A mrmw Hlllc fn.in Pick nrdthn CURE Thl Institution will open Us Thirteenth Heaalon onthatd Monday In tfrpleiutxr heit nler Itehl H. I.ytle's stors. Offlc lour Anetihetle ad j n. sndltoSr. M ll-lt- l ilnltered when peceeury. srArmmn, kpntucky. DulttlHt, l'KNMY, loll Drowalnraa. lllMrfeaarimatlnr, In tho Hide, Ac. While Ihrlr mott mnark-al- lj aucctaa hai trrn ihown In coring and rrlWo all the Imnl.lr Ihoefelnn.euchaa THOROUGHENOUSHCQUnSE AreUmhl, aa veil as MUH1C, TUB liAMQUAORU, DHAW. XNQ AND PAINTINO. T. J. ItONLllV, House Painter & Paper Haner lIO-J- ttrsdihr.rrtrarter'eiJtUoIJTrtnilaaieejnaIly valoablu In C'oiulip&Uon, cnrlnff and pmrnUne thlaannoylneomplilnt, while (hry aleocorrrct alldlenrdrra of the (touarh, allmnlate the llrrr SJCK UTANFOllD. KY, TERMS MODERATE. III; In Tuition, prices rang front tti I SM In th recular Ieprtnientj. Irluiarr,IU, Intermediate HO, and ColleflaU, MO. 'lfHINOlV JCOIITJB." Louisville. New Albany & Chicago TIIK and ricolate tha Uiwtla, Xrrn U tiny only cured Arid thrr wrrnU h almnat prlrrleei to thoae wh cam r from thla dlttrce eliiR conplalutt but f ttho tineo try tbrma will find thceo Utile pillwOUnie In eo manr ja that they will not Ue tadiwlUwQtthun. liutalur all sick bead jala-abl- HEAD ACHE ., ajtt "" Kwr. ror full partlculera, as to Board, Ac., addreea I'rIMeli.nl, . MHN. N. ruabrd. Lincoln Co., Ky. Railway. Pulttco TO .Viil'UMK:UUrlNIBII HALL'S ATARRIS Cuvltjr-Chro- F&llinnii LOUISVILLE Hractatlto-rica- . Cars! AND UOLID TltAINa CHICAGO her lathe tianeef romany llTra thathrreU It whU make onr crrai bout. Ucr puis Cora ,. . Olhcradooot.. xjiiio vaner i ui i rery caay to take. One rr two tulla niahea doee. Thry ere atrldly Tuatablo and do not pliK cr purse, but by thrlrptl action iJeaeeallwho tn Cf i:URE nla I"aangrs Iron th. N. K. IU arrlf. In liWlerlll Mono the e.eolng train of th In lluielo like Itoute" and go through to UrccacAstle. CrawforJutllle, ami lilcago ltltlioot eliAHge. by ilrnrrljta CTtry where, or acat Ly taall. 13 KECOegMEHDED nYTHYBiaAKCC CAItTKK MEmCIXE CO,ycwYerk. f Irjetle Jlly. I I 04 pia i It pu a m en TAKE THE 01 & MISSISSIPPI ro 1 1 ana Catarrh of tho Nairn. tfTAHO.NS. ALLY, and Throat. It taken IMTCHN Blood nnd act DIRCOTLY upon thaSrelem. It Lte. IauUiII- IMucous Ourfnees of the Arr. Ilreearaitle. ... Dest Blood Purifier In tho Crawkrderllle. WORLD, nnd Is worth ALU that Is latayetU.. ... charoed for It, for TtAT nlono. " Chicago I T1MK TAHL- l- 111. T 41 I 01 pro a in ltho lUtn I llau lMlu lift sat 01 pal Themoaldlredroule, wllh only on thangeef INTERNAL CURE F0H fCATARRH luU Iu wUeootln, AtlancaoU, lows, ears, to all .W Till- - .Ik TTIf A ftehraaaa, Ae lor luttbrr laforuiatloo, addreea East-WesMUUUAY KKLLKll.ll, I'. A.. t And we offer One Hundrod Dollar lor any Loulatllle, Ky Itg. Cnso of Catnrrh It will nor Pure. raox WILL CUllll AMY CAHC CVx! Offlco of A. T. Cntoioo, III., Juno t, ISKJk. ( . lfrirrs. F J. CAeweyif Cti, Xbfrdo,InfonnloT you Oenlemen. I Ul tdca.uro In lo t!mt I liatn used llall' CnUrth tum It has I.OIJIHVII.LK 3rnm"-ror- a lINrlNNATI. th IU.I tunA m- e- Iwas very had --and don't heeltalo to of Catarrh If Utro and the North. Kren 1'arlor Care to aorlnoill ray '.hat It will cure any n.l Pftlire hlpentn Can to Cincinnati Wa.hlee. proiwrly. Yours tnilr. 1L WsuTnsiuroan. ton, llallliuore, Pnlladclphlaaud Nsv Yoik,lifi- J. ouicnange. YTOFTH UIO A IIOTTI.B.j Ii)UWVILf.K la fflTouisy itttfot NASHVr(S r.MrAT.Jacaiicn, Mich., write Itar ha.J and t ralorrh for BJ year. IIMfllatrrhCurcur.l with Palac Upcplrtf n.o. tmnsWerll worth $ia0OaltlK Northwest and Houlhwett. THECRIAT bottK I'ST-ltall IirorrtaU in t ct Cars on nl(ht train, Loulnlllo U HL Lnulf. Msnufactnre.1 and aohltr T J C1IBU fi CO. TOLCbO, Oil 10. f l'rvorlotors, tii AAA--" and Nortli DM 8twit 2rrt3friit lO Hours 2rTt.-s- I new tiuiMViLi.i: to lNUIANAI'OLI.I.CUI-CAOOan- he Norlh. with Diy Coaches and lie- dining Chair Curs through wllbojl change. 'S" THIS! frvm e'lI. ir Through Trunk Line For sal In Blanford by IVnny A He A Utter. UuU.llle Tl.2;llp. ra. KlITen (dally) ha Palaretfleiplnftars front LuuLrllle lo New York wllhoal Chinee, suiting at Wm hi ml on 1 p. ui. next uay LOOK AT Afflicted, Attention DR.GANN'SlaEMEDIEaS! FOR THE MILLION. MANUKACTL'ltED BY W. K. OANN, U t WltliOHl Change and with Hours Ahead of All Competitor!. v. . in: uoe.-!iiin- rla IlieD.l M It'y iulrrant and llome-Seelthare Throuili liy Coache on all train, liar MONTICELtO. KY. no luldnlgbt changes. Arrlr at SI. tuli T hour In adranreol other llnea, Iheiehy tecutlof more ui The world Is Slled wllh th weodeiful. time for naiiuc change ol can and gelling Brit Inienllon ol man, jet all th choice, of acala In cars f connecting llnea world ha er-- er genius thit the Inmtranoeof other lines lo Indianapolis and combined talent and produced oy thing that can known ha nerer Chlcsgoand theouly llneglrlng Ita natrons Mnllral compare wth Mr. liann' Iteuiedlc." along tho shore of Iak MUhlgaa. to dUcorer kill apply to any and aclenc hate, aa let, lallwt of th die. Ac, For tlckel. rates, time, thing niual to them, fir lb run Thkrt Agent ol ruimrrllng line or ajldrns , As their eaaralbr which they are reouimuended. 11. b. IIIUtWN Niolhern I'aoenger Agl through- vlrlureanJ iim artki-ralielourth A Malii t,lAiulllle, out th. length and meadth lie thouaabd ul in Und, and a W. B. nil ATTUC, W. W PEABODY, standard Kauillr HeJleints, tuey cannot u extlcn'l laaaea(er At celled, an I are fully tuUlanllaled by th Oen'fManager. lrong. Cincinnati. t teetlaienlala. 1). HILL, PaHengtr Agent, Lebanon, Ky 1'ur Cougha, Cold. Croup, Urouchltls, Coniunip-tlo- n J. and all IllaaMa ol th Throat and Lungs, Spud UnflfaW ROUTE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ntOII LOUIJTILU TO Tilt SOUTH & WEST PULLMAN CARS Llitl llock, Meatgoaiary, AtlanU, Varaaaah, Jackaomllls, Mobile, aad Mtw Url.ana. nn, "".. atdir. W. BEST ROUTE TOTTORIDA la Palace Cau Without Chiage, Uho Ir. Ghuii'm CuiirIi Njrup. SHORT LIHETO THE EAST fresa Loultf III In rlaeCrilthatcbaag. IllTIIUnHII I O Una el this road will receive special low ratea, Be Agsota ol thla Company for late, tout C. P. AlstOKf. G. P. . T. A. Ac. or wide Q Loularllle. sty. W Wia-v- . BEST THE ALL OF For Liter Couinlalnt.DrBM'riala.IndliteallonJaiin. dice. Conatlpallon, Hour lilomach and all lllllous CMIPDAUTC HC h.meaeaihs Illseases, Uho LINIMENTS FOB HAIT A2H) B3AST. For moro than n thlnl of n century tho I known lo mill Ion lUl over tho world us I tliu only Mfu rollanoo for Uio relief of I nrelilGiit niul luiln. 11 IS a motlloinoi nbovo prica una pralao th of It I I bind. Tor every loriu of txxtcrual pala I I tho l)IexlraitMulnn;I-liiliantIiu3ioc- n Ker ItheumatUin, Nearalgla, an Dr. Uhiui'm I.lvcr Cure. Hrln, lliulxe and tlwelllnge-external appllcallou fur manor bsaai Vmu Dr. Caiimi'tt Ijiiiluiuiil. llurni, 1'l.lula and all KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. bt ra JSWJUTK Forl'lles, llruorrbolds, similar aiataaes, I Uho Ukc Dr. Uhiih'm Tlio Olnlmeiit. THE MOST UKHIUABLK TO For Frreh Cuts, Burns, Ulcers and Old Bores, bt ioir MEXICAN Mnjtnnir I.lnlrnont U trllliout nn errant. XI neuetratct lleali uuil muscle tal the Tery lione mnklnff Uio oonllnu-- l s iui. .luojuoxican unco or pain mm lnimtnmauon impos-slbln. Its (lroclmmon Human Flesh mull thiiXlnitoCreiitloii uro equally Mroailer-- 8 sdg-za- MUSTANG TJnlmrnk in rftnlfttl liv iniiKbotlv In I ovcry hot. so. i.vcry ilay brliiRj nvut of 9 tho n;ouy of an Awful acalil or burn I ubducJ, of rhumtlo martyrs ro I suu-d- i, The North, Nor lb weet and West. In fact, If yeu A Uellahle Tonic. Arpellier and lllood I'urlnar, cunu tuplate a trip In any dlreelloo, your iatarwt and also curea Iiyiieriwla, ludlgeitlon, Llrer win i wwiaertN vj rrhwlogyour tlckst rla and all eilodlcl K. C. and Cincinnati. I'ullaaa t'alae Cars; Kle CoiopUlot, Ualarlat IllMaacs. Manufactured and lor sale hy cant New liar Coaches, and handaomalr furalih- ed UecllulDg Chair Cara loru th useualed 3vr. equipments of this Old ltcllibl, thereby raaklst trip o?er thla Hoe orders pleaaui. Try It. on ol luiurlou comfort an Hoi. proprietor, Montteello, Ky. eAll M-- tl by mall will rocetpiomptstteatlon, TIMS TABLE, IN KFVEC4 JULY 59, 1M. Dr. Ciaim'H DIUci-HHc- et Oliituieiil. Uho Dr.tJattn'H Ntoinacli lllttcra And dxlJedly the Popular Bout, aSurdlof, aa It doos, lea changes sod superior accwuaiodaUons to ININIirATI! Minonri, Iowa, Kamai, Teiai, w. ic. n., rnsMm ohio by. llouto East rOM BOUTII. Mo. or a IAVCU VJ UlUUUUUIl((J)UWVVUiUU4 ilublo hon or pxi Kentucky's . LINIMENT which speedily' cures such cilmcnU of Washington, Philadelphia H.Y. TU. only line ruanmg tbo juiuii, t uuiraciru muiui urne nun riralil, CHI, ISrulae antl Niirntus. 1'otsoiioti ltlte ami , Otit NiliiK. hlirrur, Noras, I'Irt re, 1'roct ilbUIn. Cut. Uls-cs- llliouiuattsm, HUMAN FLKsll OS MtrcllliiRS. Otlff PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPIN0 OARS Cyuthlaua. Arr. Paris. .. .. Lr. 1'arta.. Arr. Ialngloii., , Leo. I'arli.. " Ulllcnburg. " Carllilo. . Arr. Mayailll. . Lro. I'aila. " Wluchrsler CuTluton,. Lt. 1'aluioulh... ' ( V 00 i e It It II II It a u it IU Ua i. I am Mo. S 4 I. I Ho. It, u 00 p li l9 P n llllllU pI 7 CO a to p u p la p Ul 7 IU p iu It p to lip u IU I 10,111 li I 1 A SOIaliDTRAIN rBOM ' ljincasler Arr. BUulorJ June Noam. " Ulchuiond IT IT IUI 40 1 It Ul Mo. 1. .. . m 8 40 plu 10 W pill II 03 1160 Mo, Mo. (. I It iipni p Ul t lOUpu 0 0 45 10 put put put IS t. '! horo lVliItil, e. ludectl evcrr form uf itcruar It lieol; Arllhout scars. For tho IIkutb Cukation it cuma hpralns, Htrluuy. HtlfT Jolnla, DisIlantcas Korea, Hoof Hf Worm, all, eases) Voot Hot, llollotv Horn, Kcratclie, Wlnd-Ka- ll. Spavin. Tliru.li, Illnslxine, Old Mores, l'oll livll, 1'llui npolt tho Mxlit and every other alluieut lo lilh IU ovoupaul of lha Ntahlo ami Hiocu vain are nauie. lha Weilcan MuaUuu Miilment alwajm cure and nuvnc UUuiih1uUi Lre. Hlanfurd Juuc 4 I.eillHVHIO,lllCiHHHllUHllIfX lllKlUIl, " uucailer a a iiy., ' Itlcbuood jcrr WASHINGTON CITY, CoonecllDg la uut dcit with fiul train lor Arr. 1'aH Lte. Uayailll Carlltkt.... ' Ulllenburg Air rum.. V WiicLolir .. ... a 30 a m i 19 p ui a lo a ml I ou p ui a 7 i Upai lUtD t'ltpu SO in a ui 1 u I 00 p ui I unpin Vi put lliiiu lllpui p ui m a la i 7 i Hi) ISTow All Virginia Fur ticket auaitti,ioeWvely, THE BEST OF ALL The Direct Route toLynclibure, Dan ville, Worfolk, Yorli. I). KKKKT, and Nortli Carolina Points. lAMri Ueul. Kaluwulb.. .. lull! a uttHpui Arr. uirtngtou. li 41 a ui aj p ui No. ft Lr. las. ( (iu a u, Arr. Haysilll 00 a ni ttit. to l.v. aiayariii o io a in, Arr, mi, so m i in, Arr, MsynllUlto pm No.J7l.r In, t No.it l,r. Msjnllls llOpui, Arr, Ls. 4 00 nU No. ( Lt. for OTOpui, An. Kalmoulh 1 SO pu No. R Lt faliuouih OK a iu, Atr. Iit, 110 a ui No. I aud I dally betwien Klrbiuoud, Lexington and Corlngtoo; til others dally eictpt Kundajr , n in Ieilngion lui L. l'srl. .... bUtu lltuu ' a ml Kl n In " Cruthllu.. Vft ut I in I 1 9 It p uj .. U 111 LINIMENTS 103 MAN OS I1ABT. juuruwmi w.iti.io,vi wiiih and lurlber Infonaatlon, apply lo ln V, 3IUW MuliiMILoul.!lllc,lCy. W. NM1TII. II. W. rilLLKK, Ag't. (leu'i Manax.r, tlen'l 1'aas'f Klcbiuesd, Vlmlnla. Weateru A gent, - Speolal Ratea U. W. HENHKK, BupcrloUuJcnL to EmiKAHt) hlanlwa, Ky. C.L.I)H0WKt Caa'l I'lU. A YlU Agt Vorllckals, rales and Infoiwetlou pcrlilolog to lime, couheclont, Ac,, tall ou or aujisa W. H; McKOBLKTH. Atiaar,