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Thayer, republican editor, postmaster and "Holy Joe," of Evans-villwho, assisted by a pretty widow, has made a pretty kettle of fish of it, denies that his intimacy with tho p. w. went beyond kissing and declares that ho was the victim of "an insano impulso that overpowered him" when ho indulged in tho osculatory adventure Now, a man who would kiss a pretty woman and back out of tho consequences in this currish stylo is fit only for treason, stratagem and spoils. Had we been in hva place but then the supposition that we could Ik in hia place is preposterous. Wo aro a democrat and a gentleman, and when wo kis a pretty girl we don't drag her into a closet or wait for the obscurity of night; but when tho spirit moves us and tempting lips invite, you can wager that we light on them like a bantam on a Juno bug. And wo are not ashamed of it. Pretty women wero mado to bo kissed and we were made to kiss 'em. But when wo kiss them as we inhale aroma from flowers, or gazo on tho beauty of sky or earth, STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER Belter Bo A 189. i lr tV. P. WALTOH. Editor and Proprietor Yi"efrtV I'ubttoheil Tuttiinw amt a.BO l'JQIt ANNUM. een4 ilara- r- In payment of tttp HTkw dan'i eHptioB.exclH""''"''""''''"''1 nomlnatlont tut owr two te nte. M"" f J f Thn followlne extracts wore taken froia one of the lectures of J. J. Tal- bott, who recently died from the el feels ef a druakea debauch at Elk hart, Indiana : Hut bow the struggle U over. I can survey the field ami measure the looses. The demon tore from around me the robes of ray tacred office and sent me out churchleea and Godless, among a very hUsisg aBd I hid business, men. Afterwards large and lucrative, awl ray voice waa heard In large courts pleading for rasrey, justice and right. But the dust gathered on my books, and no footfall crossed the threshold of tho drunkard's office. I had money, am-n- l for all necessities, but it took wings and went to feed the coders of thn devils which possessed me. homo adorned with all that l.n.l wealth and the most cxriulsito taste Tho devil crowed its could iot and the light faded from its threshold chambers; the fire went out from tho faolUt or altars, and leading me from its portals, despair walked furth with me aud sorrow and anguish lingered within. I had children, beautiful ia m. at least as a dream of tho morning, and they had so entwined themselves around their father's heart that no matter where ho might wander, over it came back to them on the wings gf a father's undying lovo. Tho destroyer took their hands in his, and led them away, I hail a wifo whoso charms of mind and person wero such that to seo her was to remember, and to know her was to love her. For thirteen yeaia wo walked tho rugged path of life' together, rejoiciug in the sunshine and sorrowing in its shade. The infernal monster would not apsro me even this. I had a mother, who for long years had not left her chair, a victim of suffering and disease, and her choicest delight was in reflecting that tho lesson taaght at her kneo had taken root ia the heart of her youngest born, and tint ha waa useful to his fellows and an honor to her who bore him. But tho thunderbolt oven reached there, and there it did its most cruel work. Other' days cured all but this. Ah, mel never a word of reproach from her; only a lender caress, only a ahad-oof a great uuspoken grief gathered over the dear old face; only a trembling hand laid more lovingly upon my head, only a closer clinging to the cross, only a piteous appeal to Heaven if her cup was at last full. Aid while her boy raged in his wild delirura two thousand miles away, tho pitying angels pushed the golden gates ajar, and the mother of the drunkard entered Into rest. And thus I stand, a clergyman withcut a church, a barrister without brief or a father without a wife, a son without a parent, a man with scarcely a friend, a soul without hopo all o swallowed up in the storm-mea- l by-w- ord rf ifllf tTinft of A HepeletS flrttttflrtr. Coir on Women and Men, Womon in Corca hold a vory low position and count for nothing in the eyes of tho law. They havo no social influonce and aro not held personally responsible for their actions. Polygamy prevail; tho number of wives vary according to tho standing and affluence of tho individual, but as tho middle and lower classes aro not well off they havo but ono wife. ThereTaro no wedding corcmonies and as soon as tbo husband has paid a certain sum to tho father of tho bride ho takes her homo and treats her as he likes. In the higher classes tho women are more isolated than in China. In tho wall-o- d towns a curious custom prevails. At 0 o'clock on summer evenings and earlier in the winter, the gates aro closed and the women aro permitted to go out into tho streets. Bhould a man be belated he will be seen hurrying for home with his eyes bent on the ground, so as not to observe tho fe males, and should ho meet any, it is his duty to cover his face with his fan and cross tho street out of the way of tho woman. Strong affection for their reverently and thankfully, and with children Is ono of tho hotter characterthe homage that appreciation owes to istics of tho Coreans and infantcido is 8an Francisco Our kisses fall light and almost unknown. loveliness. harmless on tho lips of beauty as the Chronicle. zephyr's kiss on tho cheek of tho ripenBroke Her Corset Stars. Whilo several young couple were ing peach It is not the sirocco blast of paaiion nor the consuming flame of strolling along tho wooded walks at lust. It ia our benediction and bless, Sheridan, tho other evening, ono of ing ou fair youth and ripe, red lips. the ladies felt that sho was being Wo love to kiss 'em because they are squeezed, but said nothing about it sweet and then we know how to per- until alio noticed .that the gentleman form tho job gracefully; don't wo, who was walking with her was twirlMiss but we will call no names. ing his cano in tho hand sho imagined Wo aro tho sort that kiss and novcr waa producing tho pleasing sensation tell. Aud we'd scorn to sneak out of about her waist. On investigating it liko an old Evansvillo puppy by tho matter sho was horrified, and her swearing that wo wero crazy and did cicort terrified, to find a huge black-sna- ko not know what wo wero doing. Not coiled tightly around her. Her we, indeed. We are a kisser from "company" wouldn't go within a rod Caudykisstown, and don't you forget of her, fleeing precipitately when she Breckcnridgc News. it. attempted to approach him. Finally AwnrriotmYouNa NavyOfficeiw a farmer's boy went to tho rcscuo and tho head with The young men in the Navy aro whacked the anako on tho butt of a whip until it lot looso. emulous to go to the assistance of Jit. in Grcely. Lieutenant Lucien Young, Tho reptile- was over four feet length, and had squeezed tho girl so harbor, tlio now in - Lawer. Mother's "Is it true that tho caso of Zabris-ki- o against Van Klper is settled?'' ask cd a reporter of Lawyer L. M. Ward, of Patterson, N. J. This case has been in tho courts for a long timo. "Yes," replied Mr. Ward, "tho case U settled." "And it is said, Mr. Ward, that you havo como into possession ot the farm." "That's so," replied Mr. Ward, laughing, "I'vo got the farm, and Garry Ackersoo, of Hackensack, tho lawyer on the other side, has got all the money. I got a mortgage on tho farm, and then I paid tho balance and becamo tho owner. The money I paid went to Ackcrsonl" "And what have the two farmers got, Mr. Ward?" "Nothing. When wo began the farmers caso there wero two well-o- ff and two poor lawyers. Now there aro two poor farmers and two well-o- ff lawyers." He Wantkd Bishop Eraser, of Manchester, England, testified manfully to tho and devotion of his mothor. His father, a man of somo fortuno, lost everything in iron raining, and DRUGGISTS UNO PHARMACEUTISTS. leaving a family died broken-hearte- d, tho bishop at that timo bo of seven, ing fourteen years old. His mother Stanford, KyM waa a woman of sound sense and DlSAIWSItH INSho said, "I DrngH, great unselfishness. Wall Paper. WlHCH. Mimical ChotHlcalH, cannot give Ihctelads of mine a largo Ueokx, I.lqHorH, IUHlrtimentR, , PalntM, SJ1KRI-HNlatleiicry, fortuno, but, by denying myself and OHh, nonps, XelmccoK, Cut tier living quietly, I can give thorn a good IjHMpH, I'crfHmcry, Flro Armn, Machine ho did education." She did so, and Needle. Oar Jewclrr. Silverware and OntltAt flnnila DoMrtMnnt l. n.. not understand how sho managed it. Thos. Richards, who will Kcpatr Watches and Clocks Promptly and In tho best By God'a providence ho had tho moth- stylo. er spared to him still. She was now paralyzed, speechless and helpless, but evory day when he went into her room and looked on her sweet face ho thought of all ho owod to her, of what ho was, and what he had been ena- M'ROBERTS&STAGG - Opera House Block, j, n,.. to nE a Giraffe. Johnny thought it would be nice to bo a giraffe; for then ho could stand on tho ground and eat tho apples, pears and cherries that grew on Farmer Jones' trees, boyond the danger of dogs , and could also tasto and the good things all the way down his nock. But Johnny had a sore throat tho other day, and as ho laid his head on his pillow upon retiring, he confidant ly remarked to his mother that ho was glad ho was not a giraffe, after all. A giraffb with two or three yards of ore th roat dwarfed his own affliction into nothingness by comparison. -- Bos ton Transcript. bear-traps- ing New Goods for Fall and Winter, How ro oet a comprising" the best in the market, No material progressiva stop which will be gotten up in style and ever taken by man or nation that not inspired and accomplished by make second to none in city or coun-trrevolution. And there novcr a bled to do. I have received and am still receiv- New CoMJrrru-tiok- . was waa y. was revolution that did not originato with a minority. All that is necessary is to put forth a right and proper idea and keep ngitating it. Aftor awhilo tho popular mind will grasp it, study it, discuss it and ultimately adopt it, and then tho revolution is complete. Let tho friends of a new constitution agitate, agitate, agitate the idea ot a sovereignty convention and in tho end they will triumph. Cloverport -- Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley. W.H. HIGGINS, DEALF.B IK Patience. There aro clouds as well as suushino in this life, and one cannot expect to live continually in tho latter. Tho clouds aro somtimes thoseof adversity, sometimes of sorrow, and often aro tho shadow of calumny. Patience is required under all these afflictions. Consciousness of innoceuco where your good namo has been assail ed should sistaiu you, and enable you NpokcH, GralCH, Cider Mill, Lap Covers, true that snakes, water rats, IliuiH, Ntoueuare, Corn Shcllcra, Collars, etc aro not found in Ireland as elsewhere, but science explains it without Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin Roofreference to tho patron saints. During ing and Gartering will have prompt attention. tho glacial period, when tho present islands wero connected by land with the continent, tho "varments" were destroyed, and during the melting II. O.IIRIflHT. r.J.CURHAN. period only a fow fast traveling animals somo forty varieties, were ablo to return, until tho channel was formed and further colonization from Europe News. Hardware, Horso SIioch, Iron, Nallt, Rngey Wheel, NIotch, GreccrlcH, Saddles, QucciiHware, llugcy Whips, Cano Mills, Harnett, It is of Minnesota, our has been studying Arctic matters for several years and has becomo considerable of an authority among the younger officers. Ho said t me during tho week that Qreely had now been two years away and was provisioned up to next spring, "but," said he, "if wo cant reach him by next spring he is gone" Sajd I: "Do you desire, after tho experiences of Mell villo, Dancnhower and others, to press into that frigid country?" "Indeed I do," said ho. "Young men in Navy aro not so much employed in activo service at the present timo that a chanco liko that will not be ugrccablo," In physique Mr. Young is one of the most powerful men in the service. He was sent to tho Naval Academy in 18G3 from Kentucky; the muscles iu N. his limbs aro liko hands of steel. Y. Tribune; Pat Wives Piiefekred. Throu'-ou- t drink' P Valedictory of an Arkansas editor : "We do not leave this community wjth any regret. Wq are glad to go. We havonot received due patronago from this town, consequently wo are pleased to throw up the journalistic sponge. It is the custom for editors to say that they part with their con temporaries with regret. We do not.. We have been brandod as a thief, and it has been proved that wo are a thief, consequently we have no regrets at parting. Those who owe us are ex pected to settle at their earliest convenience. Those whom we owe must wait." A Louisiana paper is responsible for the following: A black woman was carried before a magistrate for tin mercifully beating her son, a saddlo-coloreimp, aud tho judge wa delivering a reprimand, when the woman broke out with: "Jedgo, have you eber been a parent to a woffles yaller biy like dat ar eub ob mis?" "Nov-erl- " ejaculated tho judge, with great vebeaeaee, getting red in the face. "Den doa't talkl" d tho Empire of Morocco there aro villages where tho eldest members of tho adult population follow professionally the pursuit of fattening young girls for tho matrimonial market of Barbary. Tho Moors, like tho Turks, give a decided preference to "moonfaced" wives over lean ones and are more solicitous as to the number of pounds which their wives weigh than about tho stock of accomplishments which thoy possess. The fattening process begins when the girl is about twclvo years old. SUA inaizo por ridgo, kneadod up with grease, is daily fed to her in the form of boluses. If sho declines to tako them they are Philacrammed down her throat. delphia Presa Twcnty-tlir- eo years agoall tho crops of the South wore produced practically by negro labor, but now folly one-his tho product of whlta labor and tho ontiro aggregate is doublo as much per annum as it was iu 18G0. Tho in crease is prolmbly not attributable so much to a different systom of labor, as to the fact that now the partios who are most interested in the product givo their personal attontion to farming and plauting, whereas their interests were aforotiiuo mainly confided to hired overseers, while tho land owners wero off on pleasure. alf Tar may be readily removed from the hands by rubbing with the outside of fresh orange or lemon peel, and wiping dry immediately. The volatile oils in the skiua dissolve the tar, so that it can be wiped off. The. high school girl does not say. StkektTalk. "How much Utter jeu "What Usance for the goose is sauce look, Mrs. B.l' "Yw, I have gal Bed 33 (or the gander," but, "The condiment pounds on Hall's Catarrh Cure. Have not appropriate to J the female anser Is al- felt o well la 20 year, It has wade a so suitable to the gentleman of the complete cere sad it worth $60 a bottle o Catarrh Curs, for silo AHMer. Oil City Derrick. any oft that has the catarrh." same speck. to patiently await future vindication. ceased. Bo assured that the ignorant and vul A femalo crank claiming to bo the tightly that several of her corsot gar will believe the worst that may bo deserted wife of Postmaster General Wholesale and Retail Dealer In stays were broken, and it is feared said of you. The intelligent and just Greshara, applied to a Flemingaburg that two of her ribs are cracked. will accord you a fair hearing before law firm to bring for her an action for divorce. She says she was married to It has always appeared to the wr i" thoy condemn. ter that the modo of killing fowls by A man's transit from one life to the Mr. Gresham in 18G3, and that be wringing their necks was an unnatu- other, or from ono world to the the deserted her in a few weeks and she ral one, and also an unhealthy ono to other, is like a journoy from one place has seen nothing of him sinco. The Wo run two houaoa, oarry tho Largoat Stook in town; pay oash for the consumer of tho fowls. Killed in to another, and he takes with him all lawyers refused to tako tho case. our goods, which enables us to soil you olosor than any ono. All we this way, the blood coagulates in tho things that ho possesses in himself as a Newcomers in the city of Mexico ask is a trial. BHIGHT & CTJBBAN. body of tho fowl, and soon becomes man after death, his death being aro surprised ou finding so many of Its tendency therefore is to only that of a terrestrial body, has lost the conveniences common to large putrid. render tho flesh unhealthy. There not anything that belonged to himself. cities at home, such as the telephone, may be no perceptible taste or smel! He also carries with him his natural the electric light, a police force and about it, but decay has commenced, memory; for everything ho evor heard, an excellent street car service. The and the germs of disease havo been saw, read, learned or thought from his electric lights aro on top of iron rods PHARMACISTS Instead of wringing tho formed. earliest infanoy to the last day of his ruuning up from tho gas lamp posts. ucck, let the head be severed from the BULIU IH- Swedenborg. life he still retains. Virginia is making flour of peauuts, body nt ono blow, and the fowl hung Drugs, Books, Stationery Eighteen years ago last January of which she raises 2,000,000 bushels up by tho feet until the last drop of and Fanoy Artioles. blood has left the veins Whatever the first wifo of Dr.B. F. Collings was this year. Peanuts, so called in the I'bytyclant' preset Ipttona accurately compounded Alto poisonous or injurious germs may buried, and sinco the Doctor died a Old Dominion, were introduced from IJKWKI.KItsii been in the blood will thus havo fow days ago, her corpso was dug up. Africa aud are known in North Carohavo escaped, leaving the flesh sweet and The case was found to bo in a perfect lina as ground peas, in Tennessee as SMtwflwJUgktereo'. wholesome. Wringing tho neck seems state of preservation, and the body of goobars, and in Georgia, Alabama Trtit Hub (.argrstStock of Watches, the dead woman was also so well pre and Mississippi as pinders. barbarous. When tho life of an aniClocks, Jewelry A Silverware mal is taken let it bo done with us lit- served that any ono who ever knew Kter brought to tbla market, Prlrea Lower than The selection of potatoes for ced IbaLoweatljWalcliei, Clocka aud Jewelry her would know her yot. It is tle suflcringas possible. on thort notice and Warranted. should be made in the field when dug; that such should be the case. select tho fairest smoothest potatoes, Iu threshing oats it is a good plan Even tho box in which the coffin was with good oyes; put them in a cool to run at least a portion of straw un-dSpencer placed was perfectly sound. place and on no account part with feed for horses. cover as winter Courier. them before planting, if you would intho straw is bright and clean it will If Ho'd been waltzing with his ugly sure a good crop next year. be eaten nearly as well as liny, and if was in a corner cut and mixed with moal will main- elder daughter, and M. Victor Saint Paul has placed eswork. This is repairing damages. Hero he was tain a horse at steady $5,000 at tho disposal ofa Paria Acad. HA-IlsrES- S his wonld-bbetter than feeding whole oats iu tho pied by Medicine aa a prize to any per "She is tho ilowcr ot my lamily, sir emy of straw, for in this condition many will bo his vocation or said tho latter. "So it seems," an- son, whatever may Nice of Horses and Fino Turnouts. Rates irea- bo undigested. she nationality, who shall succeed in dis swered tho young man. "Pity soiiublc. Tho story recently afloat in tho cornea off so, ain't it?" ho continued, aa covering an infallible means of curing diphtheria. nowspapers of the Kansas farmer who he essayed auother vigorous rub at tho Galvanized iron pails tor drinking shot a quail he saw running up and white spots on his coat sleevo. water should uot bo used. The zinc his corn rows, supposing it to bo down Is want ed by me. I will pay the highest sarketlprice. I alio deal in Tho heat on tho Colorado desert has coating is readily acted upon by wa pulling up his corn, and subsequently of this seaton than for many ter, forming a poisonous oxide zinc. found its chop filled with dostructivo been greater Tho Congregational and Presbyteinsects, is at loait fifty years old. Tho years past, inllictiug so vore suffering And can supply it ia any quantity. ministers of St. Louis havo voted thing about it is its location upon those compelled to cross it. For rian only uow notices to discontinue publishing their iu Kansas. But it is a good story, a fortnight the thermometer in tho day in the Sunday newspapers. 130 degrees, time stuck persistently at nevertheless. Women iu New York who make closo atmosphere made the Specimens ot tho Kola nut, on Afri and the shirts for a living earn about 15 couts heat appear greater than the reality. a day; those who servo as waltor girls evcan production, aud a substitute of Tremendous thunder storms havo in bser saloons make 81.25. cotloo. havo been sent to England. The Glasgow Times reports a child It Is said to bo superior to coffee as a been frequent We havo often heard of young men two years old which weighs 187 pounds. boveroge; aids digestiou, is stimulating both to bo quite and refreshing, relievos depression becoming somewhat agitated while Its parents aro said their licenso to marry; but small. subdues the.craying procuring from over-worPILES I PILES I PILES I for alcohol and prevents its intoxica- tho caso of our young and cuterprisiug crocervmaa who signed the name of Mir. Uemlnu'i A'eic Ulieoveru for ting eflecta. from lb, oM iemJlM Jlc McDowell, Goddard&Co., instead of I'lleuh In um. chuint Tba DUcoterj U txntotort It U very often tho case that chur- his own, (o his marriago bond, ia be- TMraofptlutKlolllciluilr oJ th mult ol lnMttatloa ches iu the autumn are not warmed lata Is chirwUroHlili painful dltMM. To con. Mercer Enterprise. yond parallel. fine you ol IU sreat uwrlt, call ou Funny & Mo until somo two or three Sabbaths after or AlliWr, The biblical proverb, "a tooth for a suit got StanforJ,tax W. M. WeUr, Ml. Yrrnon, tho proper timo. The dampness gives unipU free ol tharf. dolicato peoplo a chill which is follow- tooth," comes out all right, but (in J.T. MorrUon.of Worlbluiton, IoJ., uj om do-in- g ed by severe colds. It is therefore a printing and writing) it's often an I ImIIU of llrown'i Kipaclorant votked Ilk chirut contlnctd of IU for a J, instead of "au eye for an eye," In bli ftu.Ur. K Kur U by IVnnjr wonderful iu Christian duty to have the houto of 4 McAIUter, ullMqualUle. as the good book wys, HlanforJ, and W, U. Wtlwr, MLYtrnoa. worship made safe aud comfortable. lUr. C II. MartlulL furiuMl Miior ol fourth John AruttroBg, Vanceburf, Kr., says: KdUoa Electric Light is a wonderful I'mbjIorUu cnutcb, IoJIautpolla, aaji La bat dlacomy.lmt not as wonderful as Hall's "I have been pottered with dypek sad uwd Urown a Expectorant M year la bit rauiuy, BRIGHT k CURRAN, GROCERIES AND HARDWARE, IUEENWABE, &. mnm 1MeftSME .ajstid lot SITIAIBIXmIZSI! o papa-in-la- SHOP. WOO 100,000 POUNDS CO Ala! A. T. NUN JVEMsEY, tmil'or1.aKy. Job Printing1 of ery kind Prmoptly and Cheaply done and in the Highest Style of the Art. We have Every Faciltiy, such as Steam, Fast Presses and New Type, for (work, and all we 1 ask is a trial. by Penny & Mo general debility; Drown' cured ws." Troa Hitters has alwaya with good retultt. For ula If fanny Jt UcAIUUr, ttttnford, aud W. M.WcUr, ULYtrovn W. P. Walton. "?. .tm, b- -t d Stock Ueorge, which r about all 1 cm say, un looks risky. We did not seem to be sharp, i UmSTCN AHTKHTMK8KSTS, w A. O. TAl.ltO'JT, 1m yon knew then personally. Ihr nobile ly watetted; eame near 4 handled the W Roils. tssrumlMits for KrroV-- r H i eit B. T. WAT.TBH. Simon Mack A Co., cloth-ln;While wo were at Se44rth nd prectoe slips; but no doubt plenty of eyes fntnm. Mum of RepiwsnlsttTes. . for Rddsdale, they hsnNy Mtssed n Meeting at were on us. t titers of New" York, hay !.ANCABTKIt,..Y. iiiu rruirmirwer 'rnrnvmrn ervrvwirtf. Harkney and Drill IlaM, and often came fWO.W. After this we went through flreat apart, O0Jrorrr Clllieni NillomlH-mk- . Oflcs hours Tho victory of tho democrats in TOM. with a hamper of vegetables from the merits, devoted to "dividends;" "consols;" from s to 12 a m. snd tami I to S r. h Friday Morning, Octobor 12, 1883 KIdr, aged 70, tltinj; of life, Ohio is complete. They not only hung hlm-eA (., HUntor.t, Ry,, LstsofCTicnaull, BAM M. HUHDKTT, with a plow line, In Mercer, (Irango garden, or fresh laid egg and gol- and common banking pnrposes; all spa tT t It 1 .A SIYA . A.'t"J,lirTWV At I..A.-W- , den butler from the poultry yard and clous, airy, swarming with clerks, dome jiuwiij nj irom iv,vvi 10 .11 Wednesday, EBITMl If. A WALTON. i.ancahtkh, kv. M. CO.. OUv, but a iloraocratic Humphrey Crittenden atabt-- ! (leorce dairy, adding to our comfort in housekeep- lighted, and In keeping with the grand Inlegislature by i Will prattles In 'tirrsrd and Importm snd Jobbers nf Dry flood. Notions, An. ing not a little. We would sometimes vis- stitution. Ia the centre Is an Ofmiquid-rangula- r andUourtor.rpla. lll-l- r twenty on joint ballot, thereby iweHr Ilutehlnsefi tkrettgh the heart at Umtr K7 M9, (11 Msln turret, Cor, aiitb, Gov. Knott 1ms fully determined it tho young bachelors, and be sumptuousspace where a fountain plays, iBca denocratlo U. H. SssatMr. The town Tuesday. Doth are colored. - KY. II. O. KAUITMA.N, LOOIHVII-t.K(o interfere with the execution of not MenphU had another fire Monday ly entertained, enjoying lennta on the making the pretty umbrella pattern of waprohibition amendmeat is also iMeaU A.UTOIINJ3V At r,AW, rrt night. Greenlaw's Opera Koine anj other lawn, or tho laughable antics of "Jack," ter spouting. A glut lime tree I there thfl Jaw in tlve erne of Kills Craft, and l.ANCAStf.n, KV. ed. The result Is so less surprising building George's pet raven; a veritable "Grip" ot and plants tastefully arranged. An did weie destroyed. Loss $105,000. nt 1 o'clock bo will pay tke Will Mulcr CommMoner Oirrird Circuit than gratifying. It been thought Collector CuimUugh Is on trial In Harnaby Radge; who with the gray Afrl-ca- n Church yard occupied the spot where ma prscllca In sll lht Courts tf llirrsrd snd adjoining penally for tho alruefotM deetl for A snltsble rssrd will bo pld for Information that Hoadly had mado a bad canvass Louisville for using government official parrot, and the little green Aurtrallan ny generations ago the "Old Lady of counties ind In the Court of A pala. les.llns; lo ths df lection el which ho has been twico convicted. pups, capering Thretdneedle St." settled herself. Tbe and then by getting sick, had lost his .tamps for bin own private correspondence. ditto; and the lour iioii ia. o. ronditton, mrs. bBrinfiB nelilt Inilortct) and recoTiry nfonr'lim, wtlsh Ho publishes another lose loiter avow chftHces United Btates Deputy Marshall Terry In the stable yard; and ''Dash" the Span- Bank occupies a great quadrangular spsce she did not sreount for when our stent In of eleclieti. Sot the good Hunlord three yean iro, ing his innoccMe, and cxprvosfng his pcoplo aided iel, fat and old, but still netful in Hading almost equal to 'an American "block;" ont and Weatherford "hot and killed each by tho J, ". Jtvi.ixii x-- co.. III lost tennis balls, and wonderfully trained fears that a raeb will haug liim in ChlCSfO, hare done their duty bravely and other In a fight over a game of cards, at to do cannlag thlage as he alt boll up- high storied structure of massive stone; with 4 entrances oa 4 streets. Nothing Fayellevllle, Ark. of the sheriff. Ho wan Is his woll. sleid How great tho revulsion right en hta haunches after the educated Imposing in the external appearance, but The L. AN. has compromised with hanging to bo public, so that ho can against the republicans is shown, in Mrs. N. II. Putnam, of Campbellavllle, by dog fashion, the world over; and the tremendous solidity. At the point where . stand with the rope around his neck tho fact cat, also capable of doing things not six streets converge, two of them bounding that Foster was elected Gov paying her $3,500 for Injuries she received Homoeopathic 1'hyslclan, and proclaim ie the crowd and the crnor generally done by cats; and the two sides of this great Dank, more people plrtfc from a train recently, by ovor 17,000 majority two while DANVII.LK, KENTUCKY. world, that he is innocent of the crftne ditto, sleek and Useful, but uneducated; pas In a day, the year round, than any Henry T. Wright, defaulting years ago and nt tho same time a Leg lind thai his blood will bo upon thoto RnMic, Clement IIoum) efflc ops. Central er ot Kacine, Wis., lias been eenleeued to and the little Jet Irish cow that don't allow spot on the planet. It is the geographical islature thHt was republi Nit. Hank, f petit I stlenttoi te disuses of women the penitentiary for fire ycars.and to pay herself to be milked except by the man centre of the Ksrth, If population can who take it. We do not pat much and cniidren lor the put eiihleen yeors. (It can. It was a grand victory Glorious a Cne of $5,000, tho amount of ids deficit. whose regular bainea it is; and all these make a centre. And this unrivalled tern faith in his protestatfese of ionocenco, ly won and gives another assurance The comparison of the voles In Ohio, thing within and without a quaint, an- pie of Mammon la tha appropriate centre fur more than one caw has corao uu lii.U the people are everywhere deter Is sade with the vote cast for Secretary of cient of wood, with low ceil- of the earth, tu it note aitti Another tern-pi- e der our obeervatioa, in which the con rained that the republican patty must State Newman In 1882, who received a ma ings, and rambling atair caie and cute shall be Its centre In another spot one 1SHVHA.SCEI demned men as stoutly denied their go. His election gives Hoadly a big jority of 19,115. There arc 1,110 wards rooms, little and big, furnished In pretty day; nqt far off now, thank God. the ancient and modern commingstyles, guiltja Craft does and then weaken boom as a presidential candidate and and precincts In the State. Our last view was of the vaults where Sovon First-Gla- ss Companies. ling very attractively; these may give a cd a fow hours before the fatal mo the result in Ohio with tho tidal waves tho The earning! of the L. & N. road for rough Idea of Uie "Orange" as It is jost the bnllion Is stored. Tu these precincts z.o-we.so- : eight monlha ending August 31 ahnw we were admitted after due formilllies, ment, nevertheless we were rather of that have swept over other States, an increase of $.107 per mile over the cor now. The rather numerous family are all -- haVk(llMin J. JT. Vlltt.tVi,Aiit., Slsu'r-rturned on making all as Unlit as tho impression that a stay of judg insures the election of a democratic responding period of 1182. Ths total Is back now from the and our jolly day; our little party preceded by a grave ment until after Neat's trial, could not president almost beyond, btchelors have subsided from sole proprie- looking elderly gentleman, the superlnten a peradveat-ur- e. $829,970. Roooivod. effect the public good materially, Car Two Paris editors who have traduced tors Into two members of the family, but dent In charge of the subterranean treasLoad of We will now pat ipeeUl attoatUa to while it might remove any doubta Speaking of the result the Louis- Sarah Bernhardt- - character were chalfeng we are still welcome guests. We spent tbe ure vanlt; and followed by a bright-eyed- , . whatever of his guilt. Gov. Knott, ville Commercial (Ind.) says: The ed to a duel by her son, Maurice. The day there, yesterday, dining and taking tea heavy-se- t man, who looked as If he could aroUHTOSt GUlNlXNO.-- a Ws promlM to rlo Mtl.fsclloo. and when desired however, says ho has carefully exam election of Hoadly and tho entire editor declined to meet him because of hit between the meeting miking the better "hit out from the shoulder" on a moment's will Patent Flour for yheat. Can mils r acquaintance of the kind notice. Beyond this no precautions visiined every detail of the pleadings either sis democratic ticket in Ohio, besides so Illegitimate birth. boiled or unboiled laeal. Wednesday was Governor'! day at the and the lovely sitters a very happy and ble. We were allowed to handle the golH0-- t HeAMNTKKefcNAIXKK. Gunilitlnstof him, and can see no good reason curing tho Legislature and a demo Exposition. Governors Porter, ol Indiana attractive family circle, with whom we den Ingots, brick shsped and valued at why the penalty of the law should not cratio Senator, gives tho democratic Murray, of Utah, Crittenden, of Missouri, shall have more to do. vhtn (St lent it pitch- nearly $5,000 each. In tbe vault we visitbe carried out when two verdicts have presides tial boom a now impetus Jarvif of North Carolina, and our own ed. That Imaginary epoch is alresdy be- ed there were only one million pounds In ginning to tx a land mark In our English Ingots and half a million In kiss, of light been rendered against 'the prisoner and which cloud republican hearts with Knott were present. HitIo liken chars o tl this Iikkui The floor of a granery. containing existence, you see. pure for ho coming s sawn, I sa now wittilic coins, all walling coinage and re coinage. every precaaties "takes by the State gloom.' Late last night we received a sad note After Inspecting a wondrous mschlne for 1,400 buahels of oats, gave away near to guarantee him a fair and impartial In the year 1857 the revenues of the Moorhead, Minnesota, ku (locating four men from our dear William Noble. "Noble weighing gold intended purposely for the Bods & Loungos, Bod Springs Prepared to Receive Guests. trial. Mattroseos, government exceeded its expenditures who were asleep in the room beneath, and William" ever to us. It ran : Bank and In use no where else, we took I hire a corps o trilneit ind will bo I bio CONOitES9MAN Goode, on learning by a little over a million dollars, From seriously iojaring several others. "Dtaf Brother Sarna: tofurnlih leave. No gratuities allowed to be taken wife Is d Ing. She is fall by the servants ot the Company for chap, Sofas and Chairs and Everything He HatlNfltctorjThe dear The earthquake In San Francisco on AcceHimettnllens) that MahoDO had made somo slurring that time until after tho close of the r nr longing 10 a irni-ciiTo itl itnoni In l.ariull tt health or pttsiurs. remarks about him, publishes a card war tho expenditures exceeded the revo Tuesday night was the heaviest experienc- of joy and peace. Pray for ns. Ever yours, eroning visiters; and treatment moat courTho medicinal qnajlllra ol theM waien sro too nlturo Store. Wm. Noble." ed since 18C8. Many persons rushed naif teous on every hind marked this excepwill known to Iks (wools of Central Kentucky lo in which he accuses him of betraying nue, the excess for 18G5 being nearly We still trust, ''hoping against hope" need a deoctlptlon of their llfo-- f Ulng properties. dressed from tbeir houses, and walked the tionally pleasant visit. I forgot to menand selling for a prico tho pcoplo who a thousand millions. Tho following streets the remainder of the night. TbonleovfUiord will bsrcuonsble. for further will live. Wife has gone over tion that she that In one room where we looked Prices hh I.ovr bm Anybody. Information, spplr la me at Irelne, Kr. this morning with Willie to nee if she can through a grating, but were not allowed to SMI had honored him; of doing mora to year, however, there was a surplus of S. X. VKACOCli. y The "Western Union Telegraph debauch public morals and ruin tho moro than thirty-sovemillions, and handled forty million messages du- be of any use. O, thla ruthless invader of enter, money midlines for automatically -- VALUABLE our lives! Who can think of death but u weighing sovereigns, were going, a light good namo of tho State than any every year sinco therehaa been a more ring the put year, at a net profit of the "enemy," the LORD ever holds him to coin being instantly detected and flipped Tho length of tho Company's man who ever lived upon her soil; of or less heavy balance on that sido of lines was Increased during the year 10 per be. Thanks to the grace that out of even of! Into a separate hopper, while tbe good bankrupting one of her greatest rail- tho account, notwithstanding tho many this ''eater can bring forth meat." But ones went into their appropriate receptacle. cent. roads to fill his own pockets with extravagant appropriations by ConDuring the eleven months ending death is an "enemy" always. And he shall Wife and Willie jut returned and reoffer st sboat 300 uls mr money he rendered no service whatev- gress. .The smallest surplus was in October 1,1883, 251 National banks have be a "dead death" one of these days, Praise port dear Mrs. Noble, not only not dead, In IIJarrard. prltito ono in! 10 turn ofCmp Dltk seres. E. II. BURN8IDE, Hob- below about In for and closes as follows: "Boast 1874, when it amounted to little moro been organiied with a capital of $23,977,-60- 0 the LORD. "The lut enemy that shall be but better. PRAISE THE LOHD. Ever Ituon, with large rotti'e houeo of. Uh rooms. and er number ono repair, sll neeeowrroalbulMlnsi, the Lnd fertile ind InaOnoiUla of rultlrsllon. Thiu Old Woll - Known In Jesus, Geo. O. Bahne. and circulation of $7,503,280. The destroyed Is death." Thanks be to God. ing of his prowess as a Major General than two millions. In 1881 the surneirir aiiorinein iruf. un ins piece is a aiiiu- Yesterday we "broke bread" with the Still Maintains total number of National Banks now is of about 1V0 buthels cspwltr. The turnpike lerr in the Contederate array, ho gave a plus was more than a hundred millions; BueKten't Arnica Salre. rrom iianrius io ismgioo runs inrouga inie "Brethren" again, and wonderful to relate, location tl Terr convenient. Alfirm, and tho vote in the Senate by which he at- the following year there was a surplus 2,308, with a capitrl of $184,880,000. I was asked to officiate at the table. We The greatest medics! wooder of the world. Ul- to luaerii, a the of lbs II. II. Jones !rm, on the part AND to iporJIIf cars Bums, DcuItM, Cuts, At Dodge City.Ks., Bill Smith shot had a blessed asms pike, adjoining tho shore. Tho Iwo plecei of more than one hundred, and forty tempted to write the word 'Traitor time, remembering together cers, 8lt nheum, Ferer 8om, Cancers, riles, will bo sold as a whole, or divided to lull purchasHarrison Iliceman, the bullet breaking his the LORD'S death. that I can not praise II I M CillMiIni, Cut ni, Tetter, Chsprwd IUnds in J all ers. Tbspurcbuer wlllaleo haro tbo option lo Ita Proprietor is Deters-lae- d upon tho brow of every Confederate five millions and for last year the spine. As dlitlllery, crllcan he rtmoted. Aleoa Iliceman fell he grasped Smith, enough It Shall bs Second to bo Cosatrr that lie has thus again brought me skin erupUoni, ruirmlel to cure In sitr In- rolls tho adjoining lbs proper-I- t, smillbnn livincr, and the grave of every Con- amount was ono hundred and thirty-thre- e wrenched bis pistol from Hotel ia the State ia its Pare, stance, or money refunded. pultlre curs lor him, blew his Into contact with this large body of with ftlr improvements. In thslnlenecllon of saints, riles. 21e per box. For alA by fenny A AppoiataaeBts, or Attentbo P i Ills and liuroa VUta tursplk, containmillions. federate dead. Claiming to be a brains out and then reloaded the pistol and In ing tbou I Macros. A imall traelofll sens, a peaceful way. I hare another Invita tion to Comfort of Dunn. AUiaitora houu In fired two more shots into Smith's body, af' in the so called code of honor, their O nests. tion to hold a meeting In another of their To show that our news is not alto- ter which he fell back the town of llrjinlirllle. s warehouse near tbo do A Ufa Saring Present. dead. y he bean upon his forehead pot In LsocMler, a burial lot In tho Lsocaiter the gether from democratic Halls at "High Barnet" from Nov. 4th to sources, we d Mr. M. E. Alltton, Hutchlnton. Kss., his Ac All ths sborspropertj will bo sold on brand of 'liar and coward,' placed copy tho 18th, after the Glasgow services. What Ills by a ilmpi Trlil BotUe ol Dr. King's few rer liberal terms, f'or tcriber pexUcoUri call Iterance will ke reaver ed Is aal from tkedes si following head-line- s from GEO. 0. BARNES In ENGLAND does freeofrkirio. fcteclal aceommodatloas Is oaorsddreei II jf. nt:tiii.Ki.K. it mean, we are asking, In great DUeo'ory.br Consumption, which csukU htm to sep.lStf It Commercial 1 rival. ra. Tho Bar will ke there by Gen. Jubal A. Early, in the yesterday's UrrsnUTllie, KJ. Cincinnati Commercial alwaie applied with Ike ckolcill Urge bottle, that compl, rely cured him, amazement. procure1 s kcande st Lliera aad Clgari. presence of ten thousand people at Qacclle, edited by;tbose By the courtesy of our dear friend Will when Doctors, chants of dlmsls sod srcrythlng lovely repubLaurel Lodge, Tatterdown Lake, 1m hsd 'tiled. Aitntna, DrontMtlOloroe, the city of Richmond. Such a man licans Murat BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE Ellis, we visited the famous Bank of Eng Haistead and Deacon Muswell mil, London N. Sept. 24, '83, Cougbs and sll Throat and Luof dltrssrs, is unworthy of any further notice land last Saturday morning. A "permit" tk.ers Richard Smith. Ohio election. No Dear Interior It ! f uinateed tu curs. Trial EuUlos lrt, hrg llf STANFORD, KY. duly signed and countersigned admitted us sits ft at Vtaaj i. McAl liter's Druz fetor.-- . from me, and dismiss him as beneath longer I will drop another communication any doubt about the result. offer farule relttlelr ur hou-- o end lot on from dear Miss Burke's hospitable villa, to a reception room, whence we were led by contempt." Up to a late hour last Hoadly and tho Someraet itrect whtch le occupied bTj. M.Msllce. entire State ticket whence we depart this afternoon, after a a Bank Porter, In light chocolate swallowto bo given J.n. I, IMI. Terms resion-sblnight the doughty Major General had elected by Kor particulars writs Is mo st Harper, Ksa- majorities ranging from 0 most delightful week of unvarying kind tail coat with silver gilt buttons, scarlet Fall ami Winter s or call on KobU B. Lvllo, BUoljrU. Kj. taken no steps to avenge the assault to 10,000. Legislature demo-crati- c ness that links her name with this English waistcoat, and black pants, first to the great Il II. AMPKHSOX, IS1 to dec I Harper, Kinsss. upon his character, knowing, that the on joint ballot. Prohibition Evangel, in our loving memories at least, room where the Director's meet to settle charges are true to the letter. He Amendment lor all time to come. Her elastic drawing questiona that affect the finances of the I hire on hind and am dill- -' rKotvlog a beautt certainly defeated, ! FORMERLY ST. ASAPH, lsnd complete lino of Kuhlonible Mllltlnerr. to will take good care not to let his room and generous have been world. It is a handsomely furnished whlth I Invll tha sttentlou of the ladles. 1 hive with a long and broad table, taken extraordinary palm In III .election and sin TiiERBo.ro ono hundred members found responsive to all demands upon them, apaitment, worthless carcass be put up for a tarconfident that an elimination Ii ill thit Ii neceav- On account ol bed health, I biro concluded to get, though all honest men wish ho of the Bankers association in atten- though the closing Bible Beading on Sat massive and appropriate, and with great irr to a purcnue. Call and see me sell prlratelr mr r'simof 111 Arrow, Ivlsgoas 1.7-- t MISS IlKLfjR lltGtlF.S. urday last, tried both to their utmost ca doors of solid polished mahogony; all lulls front revton'i Well snd 1 mile Irom ths Ulan- Ui.lng bad thl. Hotel dance at the Louisville meeting. would. ford A Mllledgevllle lurnptka. II Ii In s Hnoiuio quite in keeping with the greatness of tbe ol cultivation and ht to Acre, of Uriel. Tboa Comptroller Knox made an address pacity. Nearly all who come to the read- Institution. deelvlog a good little I'arin, well Improved, would Then we were taken to the Tnn New York Sun gives Mr. ing remain to tea, a rule, and It needs do will lo call on me. From baeemeol to garret, Barnes the benefit of a reproduction upon tho different systems of banking, abundant housekeeping resources to meet room where a dozen or more clerks were II HOOKS, Dr. 3 Mllledgevllle, Kr, I lutcuil to Keep It Iu h Ntrlctlr of his letter, in which he acknowl comparing the National system with the heavy call for refreshments. Laurel busily counting and sorting cancelled I hive thslutteet snd tiritllneof Furniture ol Jt'lrHt-ClREfnHHer, the old State banks before the war. Lodge will always be dear to us, also, be- notes. Tbe Bank of England bllls-t- he STerv description aver exniuteu in Biioioru, ssa edges his sin in bribing a policeman, And leave nothing undone that will add to Ike stroll through ujr itore will prove. Mr prices ars least of which is one for 5 or X25 Is Ho said the experience of twanlv cause our generous sister entertained our aalowssilinllirgoodicsn bo bought In tbo cities, with sorao strictures on Mr. Dana. COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. beloved American friends, Misses Coralie very plain unornamented a&alr, only con a fact alio capable ot oculir dcmooilratlon. 1 ibo Among tho comments on the letter years shows the National system to bo Walker, of Richmond, and Annie Cecil, of spicuous for the delicacy of its water lines, keep on hind a mll.llne of AND HENTING 1 the best yet devised, having won to its this occurs: "He has done a most Danyille, who spent the day with us, Sat- and exceeding toughness. It is well nigh ! Mot being sbls to sttend to mr firm, I will on 8 Ars offer- edurday; remaining for the Bible Reading impossible to counterfeit it, but at the first praiseworthy thing; it is tho loftiest support its former opponents. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1883, SFJBOIAIi INDUCEMENTS' serve lunerils prouiotlr with a deed of his life; it is the most impresCiiabley Foster, the dir- and then going over to Wood Green to the glance you would never take it for a Bank And sm tttAj to nice, new Hearse. Calico a Boot It to ths hlrhrtt bidder lor tho veer IMI. To pstroolio me, si I hive every eoovenleoeeJucki llall preaching. Major Burnam and Tutt bill. It has 3 rpugh edges, like tbe pressive incident of his ministry; it is an ty old liar who disgraces the guberIt lies on both eldesof the pike Icadiog trout Ulan- - ss NICKHAMlXKltpuMS, Ac., for tbelruso. took supper with ua after service, last ent fashionable note paper, being printed Orders by TelegrapU Promptly At- roru io iiutiooviue. anouia tune, rrotu moiorm- act which few men have the power of natorial chair in Ohio, is one of the cr and S tullae from the latter place, lbs farm Is tended to. night, when the Wood Oreen meeting clos in long slips of two notes each, severed In Baggage Transferred to and from very prouueuvo soa wen waierea. soul to do. Ho has done it in the leading lights of the republican Ua ths urns Jar and on ths tame l rmlara. I we alt scatter again to the the middle, perpendicularly, giving each the Depot free of charge, party ed. will sell all ur atoek. conalillng of kill tXwe. right way publicly and before the in that State, who must go and there OlroiaoscoUl the young ladles to Par- note one smooth end, though reversed In W.W. rKAJtClet. keedcri, Yeirllngiand Calve.; aleo a bit of I hoc- ouchbred (Utile, rouug ind old, of I be Knightly whole world. Brother Barnes-i- a fa- will be no criefat his funeral. Tha is; the Msjor and eon to Ireland, prepara each second bill, of course. No ornament sou v ictoui aioca ana one rcrr Sao ased 11.11, lot ofMulce, llorteo and llrood siiree: ur r.rm but a medslllon figure of Brittanla on the mous preacher, and we believe he miserable slander that he tried to re- tory to Balling on the 29th Inst In the l'roduro, cooalall-- g of Wheel, Urs. Crr and llaviI sign we toBexly Heath In Kent for a 10 upper left hand corner and the mch u l'lowi, ill lur t arming luiplem-nt- i, DANVILLE claims to possess tho gift of working tail to the effect that Hoadly had givW.Kon.U rein Drill, liar llake and auair heavily shaded in the lower ditto, with the tlays meeting prevloua to going to Scotother iruclee too numeroui t'i mention. miracles; but never before did ho en 850,000 for his nomination, has reTsaua. Credit ol ilx mouths on all luun over land again. No Isngusgo can describe our word "five" in heavy black German toxt 120; under I bit amount, ciah. Nolo, required, preach a sermon as this; never did we acted like a boomerang against him. pleasure in meeting these dear ones of after It. "F. May, Cashier" is the magic orgotlab's aod pijrahlo In bank, with Inteieat Teruii tuuil be complied wild Uhro rtwovsi of hear of his performing any miracu Mar.Maeh, TO ALL OUR SUBSCRIBERS. for "blood Is thicker than wa- word that represents so many millions, in propertjr. Mr. John F. Slater, of Norwich, Ions deed half so astounding as that ter," and "our own" must needs be doarest, the lower right hand corner. Printiog iu J. H. JIUUfilY, Ccnn., f r which we now givo him full credit 000 for tho donor of a gift of 81,000, ever. Wood Green meeting was unique in running text, perfectly plain and black, The tho education of Southern colupon a patier pure whlto. Not a color of in tho presence of the wholo commuored people, is to have'a gold medal this respect, nearly the entire congregation any sort in either figures or words. It is nity." were christians throughout the 8 dsys. The nearly twice as large as our greenbick. struck Poijck Judge Mapel, at Hazel gress. in his honor by order of Con- dear LORD gave full liberty in preachintr, Such ia the famous BinV of England note. Minutactureri of every one that came reemed greatly bliss-e- rut once into circulation and cancelled as, LAND, STOCK & CHOI'. Green, Wolfo county, don't allow any Iowa, joined to her idols, went reand !( went happily, though there was soon as it comes back into the Bank for bulldozing around him. In his court Wo will About IIOU Snali, IIIiti'tH, U'lHilew Acres of offer for sale oar Ijinds. on Curuenter'e tho other day, he fined two men for publican as usual. Sherman is elect not a single confession among tho uncon- redemption In coin, and laid away for fi r arm Ing Lands, Ivlng Creek and OrMii Itlver, Siullts or III oftilxilr. verted. It I In this respect, perfectly un- years. After that destroyed. If you take od Governer by 20,000 and tho Legdisorderly conduct, when Butler Pat JK milei ttiiulh uf Mlddlcbuig snd knowu ss the like any other meeting hell since we be- a 5 note, aay, to get the gold for it, you Hilt! Door FrHitiCH, Holtl- and klaugb Ur Firm, ons of tbo beet islature is strongly republican. rick, a bully and dosperado, come iu pgtaruil In Cuejr count. Bald lands gan. Hut we are sure the harvest will must first write your full name and adon snj da- - from this dato will beiold privttel and attempted to relcaso thorn. He riMHIP2aBK3pMsBBBBwi roRAKEK made 105 snooches dur. come, under the tent. Mark the predic dress on the upper margin of the back of U0III liifCH, h'croll Haw ordered him out but he continued his ing the Ohio canvass, but they were tion, If it comes while we are in Scot- the bill. Tten presenting it at one of the Thursday, October 25, 1883, so infernally bad tho people rebuked land, we hope to have one meeting In it desks, where the clerka seem all elderly Work, Turn- violence, when the Judge procured a And If cot dlapoeedo', will on that dar on ths him at tho poles unmercifully. even In the comfortless month of Novem- men, as like "Mr. Loiry, of TelliOnV," as prcuile-- i beaold to lbs highlit bIJder for one- pistol and shot him threo times, mor third caab; the roibluo ou two equal annual A little over twenty and and half ber. George and Charley Wood are full two peas; one of them will enter the date IiiK LhIIio Work, wlia lutsreat roui date uutll peld tally wounding hira. mues an flour is the fastest recorded of eager plans for heating It with portable No. of bill, nature of coin given in ex Un tbsssuiedsr (October 3Mb) we will slaoiell to tho blgbeat bidder, on tbe preinliea, our a lock, IsawawawHT iHSsNSKr I'leerlug, CclliiifiVWcalii- Notwithstanding the efforts of tho bicycle time. This was once account- stoves, laj(ng on gas from the street main, change, and instantly tear off the Cashier's V.iiANWwMsBapy conelatliig of llortee, Cuttle, IIoki, tout good aged Hooting It with a thick coating of dry saw. name. Then be hands you your money. work Alulos. uuio younger Mules, aoms Jean. la ed good railroad time. Government to crush out polygamy, and Colli, one of ths All of our subtcrlbera who will dust and seating the Imaginary congrega- At another aide of the same room you can erhettrdliifr, Lumber, couutT. between tbe flout iouok Jacks In aoms pay thelv subscription accounts lUJllid COO Lsrreliof Corn, MOTES Of CURRENT EVENTS. the Mormon church of Utah has in Wheat ind ltje, two J.borae Wacom, 1'arwlng tion. get silver for gold, if you wish. to this paper in full to date, uicuaii lav , um luauT o.uer eifcic.ee uu. uvve-creased 23,000 in the last six months, Sam McDonald wis hung at Fort These dear, fellows have And othe- rBut to return to tbe printing room. Six rr to be mcnlloncd. lbs peraonil properly will one year in advance, will be preoe aoiu on a creuit oi six uiouiaa. Ws-nbecome so identified with the "Troupe" or 8 presses are going; 3 turning off Bank and it is daily growing. It seems Ind., Tueadsjr for murder. Any and alloluli properly will bo shown to tented with one year's subscript any one delictus to purcbiM! by my 100,107 diy nue ,v mv A mule, 17 j hands high, and weigh- and their work, that I want you all to bills of tha various denominations moat strange that woihw willgo there to 00 Ilia proulwe. fold lauds lis Iwiewo lb Lib oflerej for al In know them better. George is about 35, has used 5, 10, 20 pounds sterling, One prinerty and Ilualonvllle turnpike road and Liberty divide affeclioM with Jx or eight oth- ing 1,475 pounds, was and Ulddlsburg lurnplksrvad, snd within Z uilles "AMERICAN Midway, lut wtek. been a great wanderer over the world, livting postofiice orders of XI each, others of tbe depot 01 the railroad, which road will bo In er wives ia a cosmos husband, but Aleo Ucalorsln a alxtsso running londltlon Inalds or two inontm. Univalagricultural magaalnt, publUasd by Saventr bead of mule1, at a coit of ing on the West Coast of Africa; In Ausmaking official blanks used in the Rank's ent to churcbee, Ae In s good nelgkburlu wd E. A. Uackelt, at ort perhaps they thfok a piece is better $14,000 were purchased In Louisville of tralia, New Zetland, and when this gospel bu'laese. Tbe Caebler's name is printed Indiana, and lll-J, IV. McWhoRTKK & SON. whlcti K.rapidly taking rankWayns, of tb leading U as one than uo man at all. agricultural publications ol the country. J Is Sconf an, Hudson & Co., through a Hnan- - revolutionlitd his life, mesting his unrest with tbe rest of tbe bill, and one is aiaaisd I'm-mlii- g ! sicluslvelr to tb interests of the Farmer, with perfect pe'ace, be was just on the point to aee all these representations of untold The Methodist church in Canada, 1U agency, to te shipped to Panama. Block Ilreoder, Dairyman, Oardeoar, and their Six tbouunil acre of valuable land of again leaving England for Australia. value passing through tbe hand of rough Household .amdsvery spooles of haduetsjr eenneoted, did a wiee thing ia striking out the "wJra Call on will, large Ws koop wltk that great portloa til tb peofd of Hm wosld. the Thornton tract In Fairfax County Now be is quite content to settle at home woramen, tbe precious slips fed into the stock and us or do ourfor prlcoe picas you aprices wriUKg ameMiAK.Twk. aoe ivwcri lie eu'wenpvaoa pnew u VI uopcr will beat to word "obey" froca the marriage serla 1. roar, Varaae can) not woU cd along wltbat Ii. Virginia, within twentr utile of "Washing and work for the LORD "anywhere, eve. voracious machines by boys: going in at and u,ualllr ol material. bo r uU kJI, ll44y.L if vice. No woaa ever remembers ton and upon which Ii a railroad It puVs new Idea Into their Bind. H teacbe e Ivpul.rf ru litriMi oue cad blank paper and coming out a station, ry where, still to follow on." itiekoiillii.u. Ilerrlvnli ,i, tbem bow to term wHh preAt to thoouolves. It that promise awl it k wrong to make wets ioW ILU week at (be reuurkablr low Charley Is a younger brother, 20 or 8, a 5, 10 or 20 iKiund note, I suppose OASVALLK i'&AKMAU MILL COtetibUIMI.IItl. A Ululoauat,il makca tb boiue lisppy, ths young folks cheerful, lf.libll.knlIIUlaa.rw. kuIJ bv the growler contested, tb aowuceat aud. ber begi ber wedded lift with a lie. farmer, and a grand a good fellow u robber Is well nigh impossible, but It fwicof ft per acre. Inovllle, Kjr. UluiUU.blalWucri U mui Ast'a, ths tkutagutfua bouvai. mi-Mctl- tI wlcriorjurRiiI HUMAN rOR HOABLETl thfo not Ontf Etmtt a Btmotrstii termer But mlPtmocratic LegitmUtre, sold Clark County National M week at $107.59. 5, Hank , tlttS. mas-H-fitt- HUJIOHON njONTIHT, ... Jae NKYJiltsiNCK. rn lf 1 I, J. ROBINSON it , to-tl- y 11 Information WniWcVl. Ma-lif- T flan-Journa- l, ENTERPRISE Grocery. GEO.D.BURDETT snow-whi- te mt. t. ;. NiTtiTir, . ttf coal-blac- k two-third- s farm-hous- e ctoOO., Piro,Lightning&Tornado XmiicuMtcr, TCwilucky, RATsai ts sea-sid- e, Just Another TO THE PUBLIC widow-mothe- bo-fo- Furniture, Sots, and Parlor and Ohambor ESTILL SPMNQS t err-sa- ts - t m Com-pan- n MYERS HOTEL. Garrard Co. Lands STANFORD. KY. ' FOR SALE. - Propr Wsr-rm- and flotol its nigh Imputation, to-da- rent-ele- sa-r- "PnA.I8E THE .OItD" I X Toeee-el- e. FRANCIS HOTEL. IVIILLIlVrERY! tea-tab- Nico Farm For Sale STAFFORD, - - KY. u wPurnlturES. RofuriiiBhca and Rcilttcd K 15-- tt Public Sale ! Under taker Gootln Commercial Traveler, To-da- y "four-quarten- 17t-i- B. K. WEAKEN. s s, liar-see- AMERICAN FARMER PLANING MILL COMPANY, a&a-- ui Public Sale ! ilock-rilal- Doer, slalKlV 'alH grilu-gro- ia i r I -- l)rtoetl whole-soule- d ana e, - Building Material Xsumber U tf FARMER" a.e(i. M per-fe- i&. st .!. - bff, .,. 5tBti-MteklB ,.-- ii 3nttri irntrml Fresh Curran'. line French candtei at Itrlxhi A . sj ii QTA.ir3rOIl-D- . Friday Morning, KY. 12, 1883 nil New lot of Canned Goods, cheapjr than at T. It. Walton's. ever, A new force pump at W. Oclotor II. Illfmliia', examine More hnylng elocwhtre. I.&NA0CAL Eitwaatratn" Mill train coln North . ' Hnnth... Hoatb... . TIME CARD. l OS I wir.t. keep fresh bread nil of the time 1 00 I 01 r. M. beginning p, M. B. B. 1 Myers. . Cir- Novh... ID To DAY (he last for filing suits for 4.M. cuit Court, which begins on the 22J. .M. MTICES. New and comprehensive lines of Tin Glassware, Stoneware, Harness ware, Buy Paints of Penny A McAIIater. and general Groceries at T. R. Walton's. Bciioot- - JJoom l McltobttU n J HUm' Ammunition of all kind at McllobwU The Laurel Coal Miners are on a strike A Blagg'a. for an incresne of a cent per bushel A Nice Hook of birthday earth at Those at Crook A Nield's were forced to McAIIater'. Colt's Double llrorch'loading at Mc quit by the other strikers and the authoriItolxrU A fiUgR'a. ties have been called on for protection. Standard ready mixed palnU at Mrs. Moody Hardin, Lancaster's fash A SUpe'n. Jon. IlAA Ho ClioUra Cure. Peony tunable milliner, calls the attention of the A MeAjltter eole agenU. ladles to her beautiful line of goode lustre can aell you a gun any where from cetved. They embrace everything from the 14 to $75. MolloWrU A Btaisr. chespest la the moat costly article. Call on '" Hrawd new dock of every thing In tin her. ' A McAlliUr'a. ewtlry line at Penny Drowned. Jaeoti Burdett, a colored Watchm, ClocVa and Jewelrr repaired and warranted hj Penny A MeAlteter. man, was drowned in Diz River, Tuesday, For coBtbi, cold, Ac., ua CempetiBd lie was attempting to reach a aVlff that By rup White Pine. Put up in 25o and 60o had floated from tbo bank, when he got in bottle. Trial die lOo. MoIloberU A water over bts head and was drowned beBtigg. fore asalatance arrived. LOCAL Pr-nn- fi PERSONAL. ben located at Mb. J. Mortonitlile, Kjr. Miasm. Baujk Cook and llxw Drye, of IIuatoBvllle, are In Louisville. Pabideht J. B. Hock en la attending the XUikeiYCeaTW'Ion at LouUvllle, Miss Lou Babaow, of Hyatt county, 111., U tWUng herUBcle,Mr.H. E, Harrow. II. Bwore haa Harrodf burg, We are now enjoying the moat delight-fa- ! weather that beautiful October could give. The air la as balmy as spring, the ground Is sufficiently moist for cultivation and the fields are as green and as fresh as they ever were. The farmers arc making hay while the sun shines, or rather are get ting in a big wheat crop With a rush. ' Going to the Bad. It seems that Joe himself. Portraan Is determined to Several years ago, he obtained money un der false pretenta and forgery and but for the cubits of a loving father, who made good the amounts he had obtained, be might have then been convicted. After an absence of a long time he returned and under a promlie that he would do better hi father bought a farm for him and set him up well to make a living. For a while he showed evidence oi a determination to re deem himself but lately he has neglected bf family and his business and this week capped the climax by forging his wife's name to checks on the Hustonville Bank and obtaining money on them from W. II. HIgglos and others and leaving for par(s unknown. It Is with regret that we have to write this Item for we dlallke to chroni cle the down fall of any human being, espe cially one who started life with so much promise and who was so capable of making so worthy a member of society. For that reason, and for the sake of his relatle we felled to publish his other misdeeds but we can not afibrd to do so again after the second I.lhe";atrt 6aplter on the Intk-nio- n ' Mis MoUJK Johnson, of Lancaater, haa taken charge of a school at KJtntoo, Ma'diaea county. Mewrs.J.T.Craio, A.O. Huffman, II. C Bright, B. S. Myera and Wbj. Daugh erty are taking In the Expedition. Uncus Pate Embrey celebrated h!i Wednesday. He ii the 80th birth-dayoungeat man for hU age in the world. r. Caw. J. W. Thockmorton, M. J. Hall, mall Messenger, are two nice gentlemen that the K. C. hia brought ua. Mimes Maooie and Jennie Uocker, Little Carter, Emma, Hun and Ewe War-re- a left for Loulavllleon theexprtH yeater day morning. Hon. J.8. Owsley, who took bis wife, Mary and other of hia family to Ml Louisville, haa returned and pronounce the steal thow the best he cTer paw. Mim Lalla Jorhan and Etta Love, of Florida, former graduates of the College hew, arrived yetrday to gladden the offence. heart el (heir many friend in this rlcini-ty- . y Com'uc-tofatvlM- Journal --J. E. Linn sold loR.ll. A E. P. Young of Lonlsvllle is moderator, Jit. K, Woods, 5 fino mule coll at $78 and bought 1. Humphrey, of the same city. Dr. Ciel- of Adam Pence 22 head of 1,400 lb. cat- land of Lebanon and Rev. W. J, Laply of tihelbvvllle nro nniong lhoe In atten tle at $ I 10. -IL. nubbin left Wednesday for dance, The marriage of Mr, John II. Slodg- Knoxvllle, with 35 thoroughbred calves lought from snndry fine stock raisers at hill, of Danville, (o Miss Ssllle R. Figg, $75 to $100. They were a tip top tot. of Lebanon, took place In tho latter city, Jerry Caldwell, of Boyle, drove thro at 2 o'clock Wednesday. Tho ceremony town Tuesday, 44 head of fat cattle of was performed at the Baptist church by lbs, average, which he bought of J. J. the Rer. A. C. Graves In the presence of a large company. Immediately after the Newland at $4.60 to $1.77 percwl. Mr. Frank Lyon sold hi farm of 03 ceremony the bride and groom took Ihe acres, on the Bryant's Station pike, within LAN train for Louisville, where they half a mile of Lexington, to Jerry Kin-cal- will remain a few days, They will then of Boyle county, for $9,500, including visit a sister of Mrs.Stoghlll at Eminence, after which they will come to Danville, the growing crop. N. W. Frstler, of Crnlblaaa, eold 20 their future home. Rer.;IIngh J. Ilrady, Louisville, who yearling mules to Howard Bailey, al$120, 20 colts to a Tennessee party, for $00 per has been here since Moaday went home head and a pair premium mules to go to Thursday, Quartermaster, Mike Hope, of Laurel County, is in town having come to Macon, (la., for $000. reports W, fitter, attend the leunlon of his old regiment, The Midway About fifteen young men here are studying white's sale as follows: 11 bead of steers $168 per hundred; sheep, $5.00 German. Some are able to read and even per head, yearling ewes, $105; 2 yearling apeak it fluently. Messrs. James 8. Chris- Alderney steers, $17 each, 3 Alderney man and J.W. Durham went to Louisville. calvea, bulla, $11 per head; hogs, $165 per Mrs. Jno. M. McLansbrough, Mis Alice McLaaebrough and Miss Florence hnndrcd. of Chlcigo are spending a few Jamea Sllpp eels 20 acres of the Bellinger farm at $10040 per acre. H. B weeks In Danville, Mr, MoLansbrough Is Browning sold to Jordan Peak 10 eboati a member of the Chicago Board of Trade. for January 1st, delivery at Scents. 8, A. Mr. A. R. Storm, of Lexington, was at the B. Woodford sold to Rhodes Qulienberry Clemen House, Wednesday. James L. 0 cattle average 1,200 lbi.,at 5 cents per lb. Howard of Galveston, was in Boyle county Bush A Redmon will deliver to W, F Wednesday looking for floe cattle to ship Hodgkin next Saturday , 68 cattle (hat will home. The veterans of the 4th Kentucky average about 1550 lbs., at $5 40 per cwt Federal Infantry met here In reunion on Winchester Democrat. Cincinnati The cattle market I Wednesday. They assembled In the Court quiet and easy with price a follows: Com- House which wss decorated with the battle mon $1.762.76; fair to medium $33.75; worn flags of the regiment and were called good to choice butcher grades $1()4.75 to order by Col.R. M. Kelly of Louisville. common to choice shippers $4.3(5.85; Rer. H. J. Perry of The Methodist church stockers and feeders $3.60 1 25; extra $(. offered prayer and then the address of wel60. Hogaaredull. Selected butchers and come was delivered by J, W. Yerkes, Esq., heavy shippers $605.40; fair to good pack- to which an appropriate response was made ers $1055; fair to good light of 175 to by Col. Kelly. An election of officers re210 lbs. $605.20; common $101.65; cull sulted in Gen. B. 8. Fry being made Presi$301; alock hog $3.604 60. Sheep are dent, and Col. Kelly Vice President. All and in addifirm at 2 to stock wether 3 to do. the old officers were tion Mr. D. N. Zimmerman wu made an ewes 2 to Lambs bring 4 to 6 cents. t. not only on account of hi personal worth but also becanso of a lender and ever giow Ing friendship for the Dr. and also an Inti mate acquaintance and strong friendship for his venerable father. We arrived In McKInney, to find many friends waiting, and at the home was the poor, broken' hearted wife and children and relatives Next morning, assisted by Bro. Ja. Cole man, pastor of the1 Baptist church, and Rer. Mr. Triplet!, of the Presbyterian chnrch, I conducted the funeral exercises, after which we accompanied the remains to Stanford Cemetery. May the Merciful Father, who even numbers the hairs oljour heads and feeds the young raven, when thty cry, take tender care of the widow and her helpless orphsn. W. P. Harvey. 3 GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanford,, Kentucky. -- littler In- - Cr Amwer Wanted. brlag ua a cue of Kidney or Urer Complaint that Kltttf le Bitters will net speedily core? W ray thty can not, ta thoosanda of eae already- - permanent!)- - cured an d who ar dally rec ommending; Electric Dlttera, will prove. Drlibl's Disease, Diabetes, Weak Back, or any nrloary complaint qulcklr cored. They porlfy the blocJ, reg ulatt ths bowels sod set directly on the disc- sd psrls. Every bolt! gnsranteed. For asl at 60c a bottle by Tenor A McAllster. An Can any on HEW ADVKRTISEHIKTK. Hay , Grain, Seeds, Wool Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wag. ons. Harrows, Sulky Plows, Cultivators, Grain Drills, Corn Drills, " Corn Planters, Reapers, IVIcrwers, Threshing Machines, Saw Mill Engines, Feed Cutters, Cano Drills, Horse trtksa JOU. PMHinu. latera. 1Htsa-L- . Ms a TlsasT ma SATB TUB OTtrru JMnh . U turn Of BIMNAMTM. Bijtaiarros, .T." aSK Ifllf as I B. SB Uw. 1 1 Powers, In fact, all kinds ef Farm Irk Implement anil Agricultural Ma chlncry. Keep on hands the I.arKCHl Stock oratich goods le be feHHd la Central Kentucky, ami at prices that will compare faTerably with thoHC of any dealer anywhere. , EEP0RT OF THE CONDITION OF Til E .. t National Bank of Hustonville. Ia the Bteto of Kentucky, at the butlnott Oct. 3, 1883. KESOUltCES. Loans and dlscounU.... ... Oferdrafla. V. 8. Bonds to secure Circulation-... cloto of 500 PAIRS n .i . 154,371 42 2,119 C9 29,000 00 4; 3; 3; Due from approved reserve agents.- -, Du from othsr National LINCOLN COUNTT. Huttonnll. A rarty of 15 Bi TtUpkmt. went to the Louisville Mamie Buyant, of Virginia, the Valedteteriaa of the laat graduating elaa at the Stanford Female College, haa returned to take music lessons and etudy German. iiCau and Mr. T. P. Hill, Judge M. C, ganfley and Col. W.O. Welch went to Louisville, yealerday. The cave aalnl Bom Hamilton in the U. 8. Court Ukeathe lawyera dowcu The marriage ceremonlea of Mr. Mi LrrriE Rochester has returned dry goods merchant from LouliTllle whither the had been toal- - Crook e, a prominent Peace, of Richmond, Kyn to Miss Mollle Forman, Und the nuptial of If r. Philip P. a reigning belle of this city, is announced to her cooIn,MIa Mamie, daughter of Hon Paris Citto Uke place on the 18th inat. IaaaiCahtwefc,, Harrodaburg, izen. Mrs. A. By Teruune, of RELIGIOUS. Is here for the purpose of canvassing for the "Go! den Censer" a very excellent book The protracted meeting at the Chrisby John MeOoTern, of the Chleago Tribune, tian church, Winchester, closed this week and we hope she will meet with meeti sac with 18 additions. ees. The Colored Chrlstlsn Bible College will be located at Mt. Sterling. The direcLOCAL HATTERS. Oysters at 8.8. Myers' serred at tors have purchased two acres of ground and will erect a $10,000 building. alfteari..' The meeting at the Christian church Mrs. Geo. McHoberw pure cider ap- has closed with 15 additions. The congreple hotter atT.IMValtoa'e.' gation of the Christian church will elect a preacher for the coming year next Sunday, K few sales of wheat,arejelng made ai Elder Wilson haa had a call from the 05 ccnU at the Lincoln Mills Church at Dallas, Texas, at a salary of best Buy the Gale Chilled Plow-t- he but the congregation here will hardly . and ehespeet-- of T. IU Walton. give him up. Ker. H. T. Daniel, assisted Rer. Bruce, of Stanford, is conducting John Canter waa fined $10 and coats byprotracted meeting at thj Baptist church a yesterday for dtrtmbleg the pesce, at While Halt. Four additions to date. -RTuvNewWd A While's Flour (he besl ichmond Herald. strslght flour made for aale by T. II. WalLAND.STOCK AMU CROP. ton. .,, Wheat went down to 91 in Chicago FoLLOwuiu the lead of Mr. J. W. Hay bis yesterday. den, Mr. M.D.Elmore la beautifying A T, Nuanelley bought of J. E Lynn front with paint. a pair of horses for $100. IlKMKMUHi.we are sole agents for Philip LssSlonesoldJ.il. Miller a yoke of A Bros,' Lebanon celebrated Roller Patent oxen, 2,705 lb. at 4 cents. Flour. Bright A Curran. A pumpkin weighing 128 pounds The First National Bank has now one of was on exhibition at the Ashland Fair. Hon. T. 8. Bronaton'a farm of 287 acres the handsome and best business houats in the Stale. It front can not bo beaten any in Madison was purchased by Robert Bo?g at $33, Corn brought $2 15 in the where. , Exposition Clay Powell's salo was largely attended and prices entirely satisfactory. Soc Owen sold at the sale a lot of milk cows at $23 to $35. Oar town is certainly haying a boom, residence business houses and vacant lota are being sought after and are easily disposed of by Ihe owners at fair prices. O. M. Girens has rented the Allen property from J. E. Ryan and will open at once a first class livery stable. D. S. Carpenter A Bro. will also run one in connection with their hotel. It may not interest the public but it Is MARRIAGES. decidedly interesting to me to chronicle Presiding Elder, T.B. Cook will on that I have sold three buggies since dinner the 17th Inst. at Louisville, lead to the al- and Ihe day has been bad for buaineM beW. R. Y, ter Miss Cora, daughter of Edward Bean, sides. Esq. Crab Orchard. By Rev. J. M.Coleman, at the resiMr. George James' new house I rapCouldence of the bride's father, Mr. J. O. idly going up, and Ihe old brick going ter, on the Oth, Mr. J. II. Albright, of down. Brodhead, to Miss Mary Coullon, of Eld. 8. Collier will conduct a meeting here for a few days, beginning next Sunday at 11 A. M. In Tuesday's paper we mentioned that the postoffice had been moved, but being in a hurry when our letter was written, we unintentionally omitted stating that Mr. J. T. Chadwick Is our accommodating postmaster now, Miss Annie I fylmea has been employed as mualc teacher at the High School. Miss L. Lyter, who hss been attending the sick bedside of her aunt, in Louisville, has returned and resumid her school duties, Mr. James Stevens hat returned from Louisville. While there he purchased a new stock of furniture. Miss Annie Strode returned home from King's Mountain this week, where she has been teschlcg a class In penmanship. Miss Annie is quite young and deserves much credit for the energy she exhibits. Mrs. Kate Collier. Mrs. Susie Melvln, Misses Annie and Mag gie Holmes, Mattlc Collier and Mr. Jim Miller, are attending tho Louisville Exposition this week. GARRARD COUNTT assistant Secretary. After the transaction of considerable routine buiinese'lhe association adjourned to meet again at the Clemens House At 8 o'clock p. m. where a banquet awaited the consideration of its members. The banquet with its appetising billot fare and its humorous and pathetio speeches waa a complete success. Col. Logan McKee's masterly defense of the name and fame of 'Home Guards' deserving special mention! Letters of regret were received from Lieutenant P. Burgess Hunt' Lieutenant McDermott, Capt. J. W. Jacobs, Surgeon M. II. Young and others. IN MEU0RIAM. estate, furnlturaand natures..... Current expense and taxe paid .. Premiums pld. Bills of other Bank.-Speci- e-. Bl Bnks.., 1,2 84 3,917 00 1,422 20 117 47 1,081 Ladies', Misses and Children Fine aud Medium Grade ................ notes- Legal-tend- Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer i per cent, of circulation) - 2,737 00 2,403 10 8,120 00 ... ... 1,12100 Tota- lCapital Stock paid In .1121,334 97 LIABILITIES. Undivided National Bank notea outstanding.. Individual Deposits anbject to check Total STATE OF KENTUCKY, Count of Lincoln, 1 profits.......I ... - $30,000 00 2,083 02 22,800 00 . 47,001 95 1121,831 SHOES Wanting Those are Fresh Fall Goods and Parties n .1 hi, 97 j Frii $1,-80- 0, DEPARTMENT, - field. AN Invitation ia extended to all the la Mr. Alex. OJor bought of Mr. B and witness the Frank Muweltaan, of Scott, (wo car loads dis to call grand opening of cloaks at Edmialon A of cattle, weighing 1,501 pounds, at A Owsley's. m Farmera (n the neighborhood of LexIt would be hard to find a six months old bank that can show a better statement ington say they will feed their potatoes to than the HuatonTille National, which ap- the hogs rather than accept the present low pi Ice. pears in this lue. All Indebted to us for threshing will I That small profit and quick sales tell please call and settle. We hsve to pay for demonstrated by the fact that Bright A our machine and the payments are due. J. Curran are selling double the goods ever 21 II. Alcorn A Co. sold in Stanford before. W. M. MoCormack bought ol John A MAK named Jack Thompson was ar Baughman two fat cows at $3.12) to $3.26 rested at Campbellarllle, for attempting to and 1 steer at 3; and of Henry Baughman break Into the houao of Mrs. Julia Hosk-ins- ', 2 fat cows at $3 25. who formeily lived hero. Mr. Joseph Spalding has bought 20 more mule colls within a week, and now II untirs. They havo at Uat arrived. The cheapest line oi Breech and Mutile haa 102 that cost an average of $77.50 per Lebanon Standard. loading gun ever brought to Stanford. We head. Only a few cattle sold at the Lexingwill aell you a gun at factory prices. ton Court, Monday, though some 300 were Bright A Curran. offered; 40 we anting mules sold at $57.50 .Week after next will be a big one In and aged mule at $100 to $150. Stanford, for la addition to Circuit Court Jamea A. Harrla A Son havo sold for and He usual crowd, 300 delegates to the delivery, Nov. 15, 47 head of cattle to Odd Fellows are expected Grand Lodge of Lehman Bros., at $5 49. They are a makito resnala three day a with, us. ng fine lot and will weigh when taken The KstUueky Cestlral will Crati, agent lor Lehman Bros,, of Balnext Sunday. There Is bo obleetlw to the greseot schedule except timore, bought of II. West, 40 cattle for Ciaclnaati here. Nine the New York market at 6) osats, to be the slaw time fr hours to run 151 miles I too much like delivered 10th to 15th of NovewWr.T Lancaster News, he eMatafo coach. ' cent. . Paint Lick. Mr. A.B.Ely has commenced work on hit dwelling house en depot street. The young folks are organizing a crowd to go a chestnut hunting in a short time. Mr. Ward, of the firm of Ward A Lutes, haa gono to the city to ley in a large stock of goods. Our farmers are delighted for one time with thu weather, and are putting in their wheat with a rush. 'The people here ate at a loss to know Hhat.tbcy .wllLdofor qoal, Thoy, ay ft can't be had for love or money. Mat and BUI Brooks, the walking Minstrel, gave an entertainment here Tuesday night to a very fair crowd. Notwithstanding It is a dull season with Ihe liens, Mr. I). U. Slaughter shipped COO dozen ecga last week to the Loufsvllle market. Some of the chronic grumblers are no better satisfied with the change of time on the K. C. R. R. than they were before. But It is an ill wind that blows nobody any good. It very ngreeabl to the employes. Mr. Qulncy Shumate Is Improving. Mrs. Wairen U dally growing worse, Shell as been a patient sufferer for several Years with a cancer on her breast. Mr, G. Jt. Hackle; left Monday, for Louisville, to resume his business, 1 BOTLE COUNTT.' ' Danrilh. Evans A Fsrrissold to Israel' Brauu of Cincinnati, 73 head, 1,300 pounds, cattle.tt Sctnta. Wakefield, Farrls A Co., sold to J, It, Dey, Jacksonville Fla., 7 southern horses for $735, Same to J. O. Evans, 3 brood mare for $300, The Synod of Ky. (Northern Presbyterian) convened at the, 2d church Wednesday night, and will continue la session seveial days. They have accepted an Invitation (o visit their Southern bretheren now la, session In Harrodsburg, and will make the visit before they disperse. Rsr. W. O, we The very sad death of Mr. Hugh Latti-mTabler, on Oct. 5th, 18S3. The subject of this sketch was born in Virginia, Aug. 3d, 1848, being tho youngest eon of Iter. J. T. Tabler, a consecrated, useful minister ot the gospel. He graduated at Richmond College in 1SC8, and both his preper-atio- n and prospect for life's contest were most favorable, his phyeiquo presenting a noble specimen of manly strength and beauty. In 1872 he received a painful Injury from a premature blast In R. R. work, which caused the loss of one eye, and a lasting injury to his brain, which frequently was manifested in inelancholly spells, which resulted last April in mental abera-tioto Ihe extent of requiring his confinement for several weeks in the Asylum at Lexington. In tho past few months especially, he has read his Biblo and engagid in devotional exercises, and manifested a deep concern forhis'spiritual welfare. He also was much troubled about hh financial prospect, and feared that he would, not be able to take care of his family, and that he was doomed to be supported in a These subject continued to press upon his mind, and be became moat des; pondenl and unhappy. In this condition he telegraphed for hi brother, Dr. M. Tabler, of Harrodsburg, believing as he said that he win again approaching insanity, but before the Dr. could go, he came to Harrodsburg, previously taking affectionate leave of hia wife and children, who live In McKinneyi Lincoln county, Ky., and telling them "that they might never see him any more." During his atay of three days and two nights at his brother's, his appearance and conversation indicated great mental agitation, and it was evident that a fearful crisis wu approaching. His brother and lister were very much attached to him, and appreciating his condition' evervthing that love could dictate, and that tender sympathy could devise, was done to cheer theTgloomy spirit and chase away the melancholly spell. He talked of while In his stsrving, and the pocket be had $700 or $800 and his brother who had ever stood by him as a faithful brother, tendered him a position commanding a good salary, and offered to pay the balance due on his home, and even money as he needed II, but all this failed to comfort him. He frequently referred to his mother and spoke of how he needed her, anCof heaven and Ihe rest there from temhe was poral cares. He said he koew-ljflosing hi mind, aud on account of Ihe impression made on hlui, wh)le iu the he had great aversion to returning, and satd he "would rslher die than go back." The Dr. was going to town In hit hujgy nd invited hia brother to go with him; he expected him to go, but be did not, but soon after, ho walked to town (being a few iquares) and went from store to store, hunting, until be found a pistol and bought It, and returning lo his biotber' house, entered a room on the first floor. Here he took off coat and vest, and folded them and placed them on a chair, took pocket boob, trunk check and key and placed Ihem on a desk, then placing Ihe muzzle pf the weapon against the centre of his forehead, he filed the fatal shot, and he died Instantly being the act of an insane man. At slated above, he lived In and leaves a wife, the daughter of Col. Bibb, and fiv4 small children. ConOn my way to the Sunday-schovention of Little River Aaoclatlon, I wis entreated by Dr. Tabler and his wife to accompany them and the remains to though extremely anilous to attend my appointment, I could not refuse, In fact I knew the deceased and loved him Poor-house. Poor-housAsy-Inty, er I, J. W. Ilocker, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement la true lo the bat Ofmr knowledge and belief. J. W. IIOCKEIl, Cashier. of Oct., 1843. Correct SCHOOL SHOESI Should Govern Themselves Accordingly. gudscrlbM and sworn to before me this 8th dsy O. F. PEACOCK, N. 1". Attest: Jno. D. J.l.F.UirrK. W. CAKriXTE, REP0ET CllFKXTKB, Directors. OF THE CONDITION BRUCE, WARREN & CO. FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, at Close of Business. Oct. lauJ. Loans and Orcrdrafls- U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation-- .. Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages..-- .. Due from approved reserve agents..-Du- e from other National Banks... Du from Suto Banks and bankers- -. Iteal Estate, furniture and fixtui Premiums paid Checks aud other cash Items- Bills of other bank- s07 Discounts...... ,.i:323,734 81 8,833 OP ItV:SOURCES. Fractional paper currency, nickels and Specie tender Itodemptlon fund wltn U. S. Treasurer .. . (3 percent, of cliculatlon) Total.. note.-- . .. 200,000 00 21,800 00 20,383 10 6,933 24 3,820 31 7,837 57 17,33) 49 100 00 1,403 00 213 79 3,733 71 8,390 00 9,000 00 73 GROCERIES! PROVISIONS, -- f 033,817 .... Capital Stock paid In... ..1250,000 00 2.500 00 ... Surrlus Fund profits.-.- .. -. o."u Undivided .. 130,000 00 Nat. Bank note outstanding. 194,843 62 Individual Deposits subject to chock 1,139 87 Du to other National ttanks -- . 121 70 Du to Stat Banka and LIABILITIES. bankers. . Toul- - -8- 33,817 73 Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, &c., AT LOWEST PRICES - STATE OK KENTUCKV,1M I. Jno. J. McBoberts. Cashier of above named swear that tho abor bank do soleiuuljr statement la true to ths best of hit knowledge and JNO. J. McltOllKltTS, Oinler. belief. Subscribed and sworn to belore me this 10th day W, M. BKIUUT, N. I'. L. C. ot June, 1833. Coaatcr Attest. 3. ft. Hatkkb. T. U. MoKTOoataar, D. W. Vandxyckb, J REPORT OF THE CONDITION The Farmers National Bank AT 8TANFOUD, In tho Btate of Kentuokr. at tho Dusinoss. oct. u, loos. IlEUOUBCES. 4200,913 . .. . Loans and dlscouuts , 3,393 Overdraft . 20O,OM U. Stands to secure circulation.. -. 28,000 Other etoils, bonds aud mortgagee 8,743 . Du from approved reserve agenta 10.849 Due from other National Banks 293 . Due from Hlste Banks and bankers, 8,300 Keel csUte, furniture sad Allures. CCS -Current expenses tod teiea paid 670 llllli of other Banka 03 83 00 00 91 12 71 00 68 00 Cloao of .. T. R. WALTON'S. My stock of the above goods is now very comprehensive and my Fractional paper currency, nlikels and .. pennies Specie- ....'.. .. 812 2.600 00 8,000 00 8,400 00 - Legs) tender nolee Itcdemptlou fund with V. 8. . Tnaiurer (3wrrtutof circulation) Tola! IXW.SJIIM . Capital alock paldV... Surplus Fund .. Undivided pruJts National Bonk Note outslaudlog Individual de iwelle subjeclto check .. Du lo other National rUoks Du USUI Banks and Banksrs LIABILITIES. 1200,000 00 - .- . . 178,200 00 114,410 03 2,718 04 Total. STATE OF . KENTUCKY", 1 J VUUUIJ UI MIMWli,. ..SM.SSt 08 dull lor of the a I. Jno, U. flunk .In ..!.,, nlir mwmr that the mbuv ta tru to the Wet of niy knowledge 0lsjr. ud UlUt I v named sUteUlOUt otUcliW. Subscribed aud sworn to U'or W.M.BHIUIT,N.1L.C. 8. H. HUISSS, M. Haiu : UWSLSl, u this Oth day Correct attest i Jno. J, is. Directors. prices for them EXCEEDINGLY Low. Yon are standing in your own light if you do not buy of mcj. I mean every word of this, as yoii will see by calling at the Postoffice store. Country Produce wanted. iY yffftjoarmnmws j&Mi-lfttt- 3x(criir$tKrRI Oetoto . lntrmH0 htMU HII Jtefiinl H H Friday Meniiiif, 12, 1883 " You bet there was I I ought to havo about opened on that revival with a WinchesoTixion, manuscripts, etc, somo of tho ter ritle, and given tho Coroner 950 for a terms employed must be confusing to venlict that thoy como to their death thoso who havo not tho means ot defin- from too much religion." ing them. Thus, in every newspaper XNOLIMI Ari'JIKCIJTIOX Of ULSTER-Imore or less is said about " uncials" and AS I.KTTKHS. "cursives" as applied to the old texts of America:, literature has now become tlio scriptures. Tho former term relates so fur Eugluh that it has supplied us to such manuscripts as were written with more household words than tho earliest, say more than a thousand years literature of any other country, exoept tho 800,000, namoly, Manchester ago, and tho latter to thoso that havo Franco. Mr. Lowell's own "Biglow and Leeds ; but Manchester has fallen boen written moro recently. " Uncials" Pane's" hate lent us some notably tho off nearly 10,000, whilo Leeds has is from tho Latin word inch, and is so skeptical criticism ot John P. Robinson gained some 50,000. With a population used becauso tho letters, being capitals, on tho culture of Palestine, and tho of over 200,000, thero aru two municipal and therefore largo, were said to bo nn warning ns to tho noct asity of early risboroughs, Sheffield and Bristol, with an inch long. The "cursio" is tho run ing when ono is attempting to circumaggregate increoso of about 70,000. ning hand, and refers to small and con- vent tho Absolute. From u writer much Of tho boroughs which in 1871 had a nected writing, such as wo uso. at pres less frholotts than ho ia commonly population exceeding 100,000, Ports- ent. The antiquity of tho uncials gives thought to be, Mark Twain, wo havo mouth, Solford, Bradford, Hull and hem an interest that cannot belong to derived not only but opporNcwcastlo bavo all increased considera- tho others, though it is their essential tunities for that inextinguishable laughstanding with voluo as bolug tho early tho first bly, Solford ter which seems to refresh aud renew an addition of 50,000. To this list must copies of tlio text that commends them tho wholo stem. It Mark Twain hod bj now bo added Sunderland, Brighton and to the scholars who uso them. When written nothing but tho account of his Nottingham, tho last With an enormous no remember that tlicso old writings purchasa of tlio ct-- lirated Mexican increoso of over 100,000. Coming to were copied ocr and ovor again by plug, and his account of how ho once density of population, wo find that hand, wo can hove somo faint idea of tho increased tlio circulation of an agricultLancashire has nearly 1,707 souls to tho labor required to give tho scriptures ural paper, ho woidd have made his square miio, and tho circulation, as wo can also appreciate) mark among the humorists who have Middlesex 1,304. Six other counties in tlio caso with which mistakes could ocused the English language. Mr. Bret England, and one in Wales, number over cur iu tho formation of letters and the Harto bos supplied us with tho immortal 500 to tho square mlto, in tho following construction of sentences. Our sur- economical reflections of Bill Nye, aud extra-metrttin uifnau Tnr ifiA nrruutpntinn anil order :'Durham,jvith 711; prise is not, thorcfore, that there are so has formulated tho doubt which wo all Politan Surroy, Cheshire. Staffordshire, : u u .i many mistakes in the various readings, feel in tho presence of tho Mongolian " " .l ..w u""b Glamorganshire and Yorkshire with a but that there are so fow, whilo wo H race, tho doubt whether Aryan mau is AvniaimMi tkA nntAniahiui lawvo little over 500. recoguizo tho necessity of correcting uot played out, lias not had his innings, "There, take your pay out of that. them so far as it is possible to do so. s and is on tho point of following tho liKJKCTKl) 1'OKMH. I guess there is enough to pay you The United 1'raibyliriwi. into tho grave of vanished peoples. Tho Boston Tranter tpt gies three 'tolerably well." , But thoso aro only tho first names that ronuKxeviMESs. ."Why, you villain! you stole that columns of "rejocteui poems" with this fiction ones its most refined introduction: am troubled with a propensity to occur. Our I said tho lawyer. monoy after all, and elaborate pages to Mr, James and "Nothing ghes an editor more genu- forget littlo things, for "Do vou expect I can take any of ine pain than to reject poetry, and yet resorted to tbo simple-and ofyears hao Mr. Hun ells, our anthropology Is under plan changing that money?" tho limits of tho ordinary newspaper aro my rings or tying knots iu my lmndker-chie- f. a heavy dobt to Mr. Bancroft mid Mr. Morgan, onr criticism is sharpened by money! Why, what such that ft great deal goes into the "Stolo that Whon ovou these methods fulled contact witli that of half a dozen brilliant which, if printod, would of effect I dovised still another plan vou talking about? Didn't them waste-baskaro writers, and perhaps it is ouly in poetry furnish unalloyed delight to critical aud This is to display in somo conspicuous twelve men upstairs thero just say that we still venture to think, if wo may sympathetic readers. Enough rhythmia place an object which could not In readidn't steal it? What's the uso of uso an appropriate oiprwBtoii,, "we sweetness is annually wasted in fliooflkc son belong there tlio feather duster on trying to raise a question of conscience of a literary nowspapcr to pcrfumo the the dinner tablo, for Instance I will hove tho tuner trucks." Tlio American after twelve respectable men have gtv certainly not played out, desert of Sahara. An Idea soeaia to have tell you liow well it works. Ono rainy Caucasians aro and wo may perhaps cxtiect from them en their opinion upon the subject? get about that editom in general do not uay, as stooa at tho window, I saw ly- i tho poet who ia to succeed our foremost Take your pay out of that and aak no like poetry. It is a mbtako;) they,, do. mg on tlio ground a rake, winch my bus living masters, Lund on News. modest in tak Nothing cheers tlio editorial heart so band hod left there a day or two before, "questions. Dea t be iog. I got it easy enough, and you've much as to get flvo or six poems overy "I mustn't forget to take that in when AllOVT if.l.V. morning about tho seasons, empty chairs, It clears away," I thought, and in order worked hard enough for it. Man that Is mornod to a wouian is of Our informant did not stato how littlo graves, 48ho is Gono,' torn hearts, ta fix tho fact in my memory I took a mauy days and full ot trouble. In tho and such. Even it be cannot uso them, dessert napkin whioh lay over a dish of morning he draws his salary, and iu tho much tho lawyer took, but wo pre they put him iu uu agreeable stato tl fruit and pinned it npou a picture frame. evening, behold it is all gone. It is a tale sume the chap didn't have much mind, and help tono hiin up for his day's That napkin otayed thero a week An that is told ; it vanisheth and uo ono change left after our friend had satis-tie- work; and, then, nn editor has nothing hour after I pinned it up could not I his "conscience" in tho premises. to do but to put his heels up on the havo told, if it wcroto save my life, why knoweth whither it gooth. lie riseth up clothed in thechilly garments of the night lloavv tragedian, seated at a rail desk and read poetry all day. Tho truth it was thero. But I would not toko it and soeketh the somnambuleut e is, so far as thoy thomsolycs are con- down, though it gavo occasion for much u herewith to sootlio the colicky bou . way hotel before a roast chicken: cerned, editors don't got half enough ridiculo from my friends, especially my "Prithee, landlord, dwells thero with- poetry. They would willingly crowd husband. I tried in vain, day by day, elsof hisiufaut posterity, He becomcth as a horso or an ox and drawelh the chariot in tho precincts of this hamlot a ma- out advertisements to put it in if pub- to rocoll my reason for impaling that of his offspring, Ho chinist? Landlord: "A machinist! lishers would allow, but tho sordid spin! poor red napkin. Finally I had occa- shekels in tho purchase ofsiieudeth his flue linen to Tragedian: "Then take to of gain heads them off. Every pooai thai sion to go out into tho yard, and when I Yes, sir." cover tlio bosom of hi family, yet himrepresents s saw that rake I remembered I him this bird of many springs. Bid goes into tho waste-baskself is seen in tho gates ot tho city with him wrench asunder these irou limbs, pang on the part ot tho editor." ouo suspender. Yea, he is altogethei MIXED HKTAfllOU. and then for our regalement to chisel Exchange, OIL ON Tlltt WATKUH. A colored prcachor, after listening to wretched. slices from its unyielding bosom, for Two littlo girls, Lily and Violet, Men the sermon of a young tlioologue, offered, Hk was sitting in tho parlor with her wo would dino auou. And, pray you, playing iu a j ard, where thoy had strung iu reverent and beseeching tones, the when a rooster eroded in the yard, and, do it quickly. Your peas you need oiuo twiuo for a clothesline, aud were following remorkablo petition: "Oh, leaning over, ho said: " Chanticleer." "1 not carry, for those, with dextrous washing their dolls garments in a di Lawd brcss do young brudder cfiluontly. wish you would ; I am as sleepy as loan management, we can swallow whole. niiuutive tub and hanging them out to Feed his soul wid unction from on high. mj." Ho cleoraJ. dry. Along came Lily's brother, mastoi Quonch his thirst wid do balm of Gilead Away P No matter how jaded the conatltutlou Jack, tho juvenile tcoso, and with one and do lily ot do vnlloy. Anoint his may be from dlaeaae or excess, the Great A party of Philadelphia capitalists uoep of his hand jcrkod tho wholu day's head, oh, Lawd, till it runs down hko German Iavlgorator restores it permanent have 1,000 acres iu sorghum at ltio washing from tho line and scattered it do beard of Aaron anoint him wid do ly. See sdrerllsesaent. ror sale by Pea. Grande, N. Jy ami expect to turn on tho grass. Lily bubbled over iu Islo ot I'atmos and fill him wid all man ny & McAlbter, tears at once. Violet was saddened, too, ner of concupiscence." eut 1,000,000 pounds of good sugar but tlio necessity of playing peacemaker Very Low Rates. thb seaset). The sorghum seed is fud in tho iuipcndiiig family quarrel was the Akteuus Ward once found himself ia the conliauanceof the South-er- a Duiuno to perk, and ia addition to the sugar Urst thought iu niiud, so sho said, sooth- a little Maiuo hotel, where tho wiud, Exposition, at Loulirllle, Ky , (com the farm ii expected to yield $30,000 ingly: "Never mind, Lily, let's play coming through two broken panes in his meaclog Auguit lit, and continuing 100 Tack was a high wind." Xyracutt 7tr-ul- bedroom, nearly froze him to death. JIo days), the LouUvllle A Naihville Ball- worth of pork. rummaged around tlio room, but could ' Thwe b a sayieg hi California that road will sell Excursion Tickets from any find uothlug-bu- t a hoop skirt, which he of its statloas to LouUvills at one fare for get his if a was buys water he can Wukx tho Pilgrims lint lauded thoy hung up against tho window, remarking, the round trip. These Tickets will be ou laad tbrewa ia. The literal feet is full ou their kuoes, after which (bey fell "It will keep out the coarsest of tho sale every day, from LAN, stations and ,.1,-1- . 4 that thevahwof wuck of the hmd de will be good 15 days, allowing ample time James Walker. Loulsrillf, Ky , mti: "I to visit tbe Grestfst Exposition ever held i'sin from indigestion, dipsfula sbJ too peed reMjr upea the water wfaiek it tiklsc heartv eilisc with In the South, and secoBd only to the eyUma ot IBS oi warier IsT rtllerud at once bvimmtui-alal- y have used Brown's Iron Bitters sad holds or control, 11.11. I . .. liil. Tf nw 1.111111 ivifer success as a general toalc I at Philadelphia. Irrigation are practiced a'tw diatur. Doa't forgtt tab. Tint mss. oil-si- thi: ;,ah'i it yw rmriTHirr. Here k a enpikd story connecl1 with a prmtMiit hnjtr, who 1ms iIm IimmmIkhI WweeW in tho 1ene of criminal, m well m in conMctiofl with otkr triV, kflrrtig fVctKflWjr, il through hi skill, aftled the mos--t criminal ta etcape from jrwllce. Boae lime ago, white our frhnd wm at lending court in an adjoining coun ty, ho was applied to by a tinrH..r ipccinien of humanity, charged with erand larceny, t defend him. The lawyer very naturally inquired what crime he was aeeueed of. The party Bccutel replied that somebody had been meaa eeeufh to charge him with stealing a hu wired and fifty pounds in bank notes, and had got him in dieted, "Are you guilty l" asked the lawyer. 'That's none of your business," re- plied, the , accused. "They say it makes no difference with you whether o a man is guilty or not; you will to dig him out in some way. So don't talk any more about guilt till you hear what the jury Bays." "Well, whT about the pay?" said the lawyer. "You just'hold on till the trial is over, utve ttno complainant) fits on theeross examination, and that other fellow ho has got to back him - up, and you'll havo no trouble f pay." ! about the irn.t1 ' The trial commenced, and proved to be a somewhat protracted and exciTho district attornoy ting one. proved that the money in question was composed of two fifty pound notes, all of which were wrapped up lk. The jury, after in a pieco of listening to tho counsel in tho case, and receiving tho charge of the Judge, retired, and soon returned a verdict of not guilty. The accused, who was greatly elated with tho result of the trial and tho effort of his counsel, invited the latter into one of tho vacant As soon as they were alone rooms. he slapped his counsel on the shoulder and exclaimed : "Free as water, a'n't I? "What's the use of trying a man for stealing when you're around? Now, Is'poso you want your pay?" "Yes; havo you got anything to pay with?" said the lawyer. "Lend mo your knife, and wo'll see about that." The lawyer slightly startled at such proposition, rather reluctantly coma plied. The accused immediately commenced ripping and cutting away at his waistcoat, and soon produced the roll of notes ftr the stealing of which he had just been tried, wrapped up in the described by identical piece of oil-s- ilk star-iknc- Tlio toW fiotmlAtkHi of tKe Uterta Kingdom, inohiding the Mo of Mtn tA Channel aland, together with tho army and navy, mi4 merchant "emcn abroad, was 85,aM,Mt3, connUHng ot 17,2T.2,&17 mated, and 17,092,010 females. Tlio total in 1871 m ill, 815,570, so that we havo To tM vast mi incrcAM of J,! 17,906. nHinber Soottnml rxmkllmtoa 0,71,87?, Mid Ireland 5,150,809, the former hav. Ing fotcrauKvl by 374 ,842, and tho latter dccreaMHl by 252,K, tneo 1871. Tlio Ilo of Man contributes 53,492, and the Cluvnael islands 87,731. Tbo arm j, navy nad mcrchAut umcn, lucludlng 20,330 forcignora, contribute 99,837, 22,507 aud 120,700 respectively, and tlicso together amount to 212,811. Tho population of England nnd'ales was 25,908,26fl, InclwiinK 12,024,75 males and 13,313,532 females, showing a net increoso on tho numbers for 1871 of 0,250,020. England alono has apoira-ktio- n ot 21,C03,3!)1, consUUfigolil,-917,72(- 5 males unit 12,000,065 females, ,!(,,, being an Increoso of 3,113,200 daring tlio last ten years. Of tho counties which liavQ contributed to tho increoso of Lancashire ttands first, iwpnlation, with an mlditlon of 631,730; Yorkshire takes second place, with 449,954 ; Middlesex has increased by 379,019, and Surrey by 314,207. Durhomlveut, Staf. ford, Essex and Warwick each shoW au increoso of over 100,000 j and Buckingham, Dovon, Norfolk, Oxford, Suffolk, Somerset and Wilts have respectively an increase of lcaji tliaa lO.OW. Turning to Wales, wo find that six counties show an increase aad six a doereasc. Ourcnnr-theCarnarvon, -- Denbigh, Flint, Glamorgan and Merioneth havo an aggro- gato increoso of 152,123, ot which 113,813. claims Glamorgan The aggregate decrcaso Of tho Test U 9,303. Tlio total population of tlio' principality is ,1,359,895, of which 077,023 are males and 082,807 females, tho net Increase sinco tlio census of 1871 being 142,700. Tlio growth of tho largo English towns con-triv- i. has been very unequal during tho last ten years. London, of courso, shows tho greatest expansion, lta population, has now wluchln 1871 was 3,811,571, including 1,791,100 males and 2,020,405 females, thus giving a net inLiverpool comes creoso of 500,311, next with 552,425, being an increoso of of 59,079. Tho increoso in Birmingham, which now has over 400,000 inhabitants, has boen almost equal to that in Liverpool, Two other municipalities over-stc- p 8,25-1,200- HHortl.VK, It you want to torftiro the average Bum, ferdhim shopping. More misery cafc-nbo heaped upon him, twptciaHy it he has to go to n store where tho clerks are Indies and ho doesn't know exactly what he wonts to buy. A lady clerk has such woy of utterly crushing a man and making him renWao his ignorance. We hnd a littlo experience tho other day. Wo wanted enough cotton to pack a not of Jewelry in a Ikix soino two inches square. Tills cotton wo sot out to purchase. We had mi indefinite idea we could get it at a big variety store on Tremoal street, and wo drifted around that way1. But when we got there and looked in, wo didn't baro tlio uervo to enter, crowded, and wo didn't know which way to turn niter wo got thciv, and wo felt that wo should get lost there, and altogether it was no uso. Wo wouldn't do it. So wo went round to Trcmont Bow, and finally found a store that was comparatively quiet, and there wo entered and explained to tho looking saleswoman that wo wonted some cotton liatting. Sho mid tlioy hod it for 15, 20 and 25 cents. We said we'd toko tlio best, and away Mio went. Soon sho roturned, followed by a lxy with a roll of cotton about tho rizo of a beer cask. That wai handed to us. Wo gazed at it aud concluded that it was mora than wo needed for that jowelry box. Wo snid to tlio lady : " Madam, yon are mistaken. Wo don't Jotilro to stoct a wholesale cotton mart, wo don't dosiro to get up n corner in oKoii, wo don't run a burlcsquo tronpo. Wltat fle, Want is abont enough cotton to fill a box two inches square." Several lady customers overheard us, and looked at us and tlio roll of cotton. And then thoy kind of snickered, and tlio clerk looked nt us with a glanco of con temptuous pity that was worse than tho laughter ot tho customers. Wo finally got tho cotton and fled from tho store, but wo had got to feeling so annoyed and mortified that wo didn't get oer it all duy. And we rather enjoy shopping, for a man. liotton Globe A MAV ot fig!? fWKr 1 " "i ;.! 5rJA IT bit hfKrKHKIU ' Ji-J- L- A cntmni WRMtiMtr. Nun4ay Marnlng and Trayer KeeliM ererf Thnrway nlaht. A. at. Runoaf fVwanl ai Her H. C. Morrlmn, Huperlntendent MRTH()t)RT,W)UTH-RaV. MirMlilvlll. O Itas best-natur- He was on his way home from Ld-title- , says an oxchatige. He had nn a tagged, old summer suit, a bad hat, and lie hail Wen taking lik meals about llikty hours apart to mako his money carry him through. "Yes, I hko the country out that way," ho replied to tho query. "Tlio climate is good, tho srenory is fine and somo of tho ep1o are as holiest a uccdi liu. Tho tronhlo ia knowing li'iw to toko tho bad olios," " I should think that would bo easy." "Yes, it looks that way; but I hail somo experience. I am' the original of tlio richest mine around Load-villYes, I am the very man, though you couldn't think it to too those old dotlKM." " Then you don't own it now?" "Not a bit of it. I'll explain. I was poking around on tho bilk and found signs. I col lec toil some specimens for assay, staked off a claim aad wont off to tlio aosaycr's. It was two days before ho lot mo know that I lxul struck the richest ore that lto hail over assayed, and Uien I hurried back io my claim. Hang ray buttons if it hadn't been jumped." H. Morrison, SiM at. BuapatT. I utf" ftathleieepl the Ihlnt BA1-TW- Know Tint Brown'sIron IIittrrs will cure the worst rase of dyspepsia. Will insurca hearty appetite and increased digestion. fright, Uuferlntwiifent. A.T J..A."V, BrANFOKI), KY. StHKIHTlAN -- Wef.hlp he tha renrWB ar. .fairs. ery naf iTeaening ny iir. j, yv, lata Orare In Owsley A Hon't n.w building-- up MiHernnd and timrth lxnra dare. Munday Hehoat Heretanee, Hurrltnanl. at I. J M. l'KYTON, A'l Key. I. H. MeW TlRKNHVThKlAN. KUUTH HTAMUlRD, KV, I ror, paator Hunday bVIhmI at to. John W. WIIIrarllrelnlbetV)Urltof Unroln end adUnion Prayer Meeting en ruui, nnMnnin.iei fuperler Ooutl and IVnirl joining reunites and the Wednlay hlghta. ol . teelal attention glvea to collections 111 Ofsreoil Ijnrester strt, ATjISX. ANDBHBON, r MT VKIlNOtt, KY Har. J. M. Kane. Iato. Hetrleea aad fourth Hunday a, mernlag and WALLica a. YiaaoK. T. w. vaoK. rrarer Meeting arary Wedneadsy "Inn4y athool at M0 A. M. H. E. Barrow T. W. A W B. VAKNOM, IM-lyaRr-Boo- ATTOllNlllYN AT A'lTOUNMYH A'X"l'HNJdV HUHBRTT h II1IUWN. J.Ai j irai " XAV, Cures general debility, ami gives a new lease of lifc. OPERA HOUSE. HTANfORD, KY- .- Dispels nervous depression and low spirits. Restores an exhausted nursing mothci to full strength and gives abundant sustenance for her child. Strengthens the muscles and ncrvcs.cnrichcsthcblood. Overcomes weakness, wakefulness, and lack ofencrgy DANVILI.K, KY., Will practice In the CourU ef li.ijl.aad adjoining counties and In the Court of Ap-el- AUTl'OllNJiV A.T H XiA-W- s W. P. WALTOIC, - Proprietor, Al And Matter Cotnmlaainuer lloekcaatle Circuit Court MT VKKNUN, KY Collec- J. ttirtmy At J.itrr. I'IBH, BiaaertUagtstiOtDa. Kliht eoianleta aU ot Bow. Will practice In the Jtoekcaellc Courts. ery (Vallng rapacity, Including gallery, aeo. tion! a aprclelty. Offlre In Court-bouKeaaonaM rates to good attractions. Address aa absTa, IM Stanford Female College. HTANFOKI, KY. With HTANFORD, KY. OSee ekwith aid. Mala eHreet, tea dsers abev. Ik. M vera Hotel. FureNltreus Oxide Ou adnlatstered whed re- tgalred. HUllOJJOIN z,B r. HUjrrMAN. DJuNTIMT, DK. W. BJ a Full Cerps ef Teachers, nTTTTm BrAlX)BD, KRNTUCKY. (Ifnce rrrer Kobt A. I.v lie's store. Ortfe hour fraiiiatallA.il TK DOMtlnr. l'BNNY, "How?" "Why, a gang of sharpers hail found the siHXj, and built up a polo shanty, and bung out a sign of First Baptist Church over tho door. True ai shooting, thoy hod; and tho law out thero U that no man can sink a shaft within 200 feet of a church building. Thoy saw mo coming, and when I got there were holding a revival. Thero were six of tlicm, and thoy got up one after another and told lmw wicked thoy had been and how sorry they were, and would you believe it? thoy liad tho olieek to ask me to load off in singing. I weut to law, but they beat me. Three days after tlio verdict tlio First Baptist Church was burned down, and before tlio ashes wore cold tho congregation were developing amine worth ovor $3,000,000. You Bee, I didn't know how to toko them." "Was tlioro any particular way to take' them?" Keeps off all chills, foyers, and other malarial poison. Will infuse with new life the weakest invalid. j; W.lWr Si., For su&frer ftom Thtt laalltutlen will open Its Thirteenth Resales n tha Id Msnday la (September next. ALL THK BBANCHKH OK A and I to fr. at, Aaeathetlra ad lat-lflulnlttereil wned nereeeary. TH0n0UGHENGt!3HC0UR3E Are taught, aa wall aa T. J. nOBlXY, Hsuse Painter &. Paper Hanger ITO-I- il (ptU,ulCinitlpallon,iKibriM life jn lUlilmorr, Pre itli. than tro irtal ttlootl lHMatc, llri. lcom a btiftWA. BTANFOKD, KY. f MUSIC, TUB XjANQOAGIIM. DKAW. INO AND 1'AINTINO. a dcbtliuiej (hit I cvuU sol rttala ftnyihinf on my itomach, li Oct, hli Hull', when kop h J nt, mr kutuaj mint: llnH'i laoN lirrtBat BJvtmrd In thi UliL Induced m rpcr, bow uklne loclra it ftbotiU tin third aa4 have not felt ftu wtll In tlx year, at I Jo at lh pmcat Iwm hS lt TERMS MODERATE. "IKOiVON KOUTJB. In Tuition. KrlrM raors front IU ta 160 In tk regular Departments rrltnary,tS3 InUraaedlale nv, iverauuy, iw, ana ueiirgiaM, aoo. - It V aa f.itl eieeilai.laaa aa I U.ua HUN. H. V. THtJRHKART, sfrl-ljl- , niftJinra unco in u.t &j. a. Louisville, New Albany & Chicago THK Railway. INII Un.1.1 tiaiirm. OX.Y UtiK.'RUNlf Brown's Iuon Bittkrs will have a better tonic cllect upon any one who needs "uracing up," than an medicine made. HALL'S BECOMMEMDED BYHYSICIAUti!' Cntlty-Chron- PuIIiniin ANI Palace BOLID TRAIrfU Cars! - LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO mate faaaeegera Irou Ihe it not BrarisLrtmca. vl'le Branch of I. A N. K. IU arrive la Loelevllle la tlmele take the evenieg Irala of the "Monoa Koute" andgo through to When wo read so much as wo do Wrichts Indian Vecetable Pills V s, The aunat direct route, with on It one thangeef Bale to taLr,lrlnzurrlrvfgftalli: cars, to all ulats la Vtlarunaln, Mlnneseta, laws, M In rn"flziria Aiiuruima Hf-ITHK HAKKfrrlgU Nebraska, Ac. lor lurtber Information, addreee MUltllAY KKLLLK.d F A . Tbouaandaorgratra ar And we offer Ono Hundrod Oollnra tor any IU- Onao of Cntnrrh It wtll not Cure. Unlavllle, Ky annually roll.! of thrl ilctluia. Htm prolongrJ t IU. CUKK AN V CAHK. hainnltkCtka ll.l haMllh Dnc of A. T. Btswibt Oa.1 ;,tortj by um of I b great Cnioaoo, UL,June4, UtA I Vo., Tcinla, O. iltint F CnenrvoT ttleaviura In Inronnlnr you GERMAN Utntlrmrn - I take tliat I bare used Hall a CaUritl Cure It liaa Which ponlllfrlr and rwnnaMntljr mm ciimlme- - IwaarerylaJ and don't neelUte to 1I0J,) trueu, (rauaul b; cxcna-aola- all any dlarawa thai naf II rilknrm, and loaa of cnergr, follow a My that It will mmVouracaa of L'atarrnlf taken tmlr, prvtietly. aajuaocaof Hrlf.Jtbuaa.aa J, ll. WtUTBiaroatv ncmorx, untf laasltaJt, pain In tha back, WORTH SIO A UOTTLr: dlmnwaof tUIou, prematura okl Mr, and uianr KMntuv, Jackson, Mich., write. Hare bad other dlataara that Irad to ronauidptluu and a la Catarrh for Mycara. llall'a Catarrh Cure cured malirra grate. antod for circulars with Consider it worth m00 bottle. fre br mill. The IA VMltHlATOIl Bio. ld THK ORCAT IiT-SorU. yrr bottta by all Drurxlata at box, oralx boiea fur l lieold at br all drugxlela, or will be erni free bj uiall, eecurelj Manufactured anl aol.1 br J CilENKY X CO. eealcd, on receipt tf price, br edilrwalDabole lTporlelore, TOIXDO, OllJO, V. J. Vllt.XKY, 113 AJaroialrort.Tolrdo.Ohlo. Kor salt la Bunlurd by Penny A McAllater. 191-- 1 Bole atenl for the United Stalee. jr no grip- 0NL7 INTERNAL CURE And all Bilious Complaints LIVER for Tim OU1U1H lo. TIMK ana Catarrh of tho Maaal or Ulcarntlml Catnrth of tha Knr. BTATIOBS. INTERNALLY, and Throat. It la taken nets DIRIOTLV upon tho Blood rind Lva. laMilavllle.. Mucoun Surfncoe of tnei Sratem. It Arr. tlreorilte In It tho beat Blood Purifier thattho CrawfcrdiTllle WORLD, and la worth ALL la " UlajelU. . chanted for It, for THAT alono, Chicago - UrecRcastlr. CrnnfanUtlllr, LafajettQ BBd i:Iiimbo nlthout chngr. TA 111.- 1- ta Ilal7y7 B UslfyT . lllpm I IC an iui in 01 put UMla IMpis 11 a la 7 M am a (a mb) lllin FOKJCmm ROBBED INVIG0RAT0R! J Ari. iijo. rrl r. I llr r Through Trunk Line CAKfEfiSl Afficted, Attention DR. GANN'S REMEDIES FOIt THE MILLION. MANUPACTUUEI) BY W. K. OANN, M. I U, MONTICJXLO. KY. WltilwlCHaiige aad with Spied UirfttM SHORTEST AND QUICKEST raoM lovutou to tih ROUTE ." w. .... o- Tol-toc- niters all tha trosbWa Inct a, dent to a biltoiu a tale of Ihe ajalrui, auch ae Jfaaeea. Sroweinf. Illetrcaa after ratta;, J"al la tho bloe, Ac W hll their moat ruaata alio aucctei ha Ucn auown In curls; EUV, Tlcadacho anil CUBE IlraJaebP.TrtCarirT'aUtUotJTtTrUUaroeijaallr valaaola la LXmatluulloa, carlnr and prreooUnr thlaannOTlDffconiplaluUwliile (hrY alaocorrrct alt dleoniTe of tha atomaco, stimulate tha llrrr aad nuliue tha bowtla. Kna If tbrj only carol SICK til The worl.1 Is tilled with the wonderful, leaatl. ful and Intricate InTrntlooa ol man, yet all lb. combined talent and genius that the world has er er known hss never prudurrd snythlng that can compare wath 'Dr (lann'a Itemedles" Medical skill and aclaoce bate, aa jet, lalied to dUcueer any thing ciual to them, for the cure of the dle . eaaea for whlclt they As tbelr virtues and uare are pralaf.1 by thouaanda through, out Ihe length and breadth ol the land, and as Htandardtsmllr Medicines, Ibey cannot be el celled, and are fully substantiated br tbe strongest testimonials. er Oougbe. QdJa, Croup, Bronchitis. Consumption and all Dlwaanui ol the Throat and Lungs, SOUTH & WEST PULLMAN CARS Sa.llTl"1, VeaaVhl's Little KocV, ManteoaiiM. AltaaU, Bavaaaah, Jacksonville, Meblle, aT Mew Orleans. PEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Fslace Care Without Change. Uho Dr. Ohiiii'm CetiRh HjTHp. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST From LoullTllle P H I n D I U TC Bslor'homcaoolha rscsivs special low ratea. Dee la raises Cara wltheal change. et S Ache thry wonld be almoi t prlcclraa ta thou who botforto-Hate- rr aamrfromthladltrteliicomplalst nrre, and thoaa Ihalr Kuodneae doea not try them WUI find thiaollKlerillleTala. Vho tinea able la eo many aja that they will not be wUU&c toUawUtoBtWCBi. Hat after all aick bad HEAD ACHE -- Far Urer CompUlnt,Ijala, Indlgeallon Jaundice, ConstltluB, Hour tHotuach aud all Bllloua Dlacsses, Duo Dr. Uhuii'm Liter Cure. Dr. Ghuu'm I.IhIhivhl. Hilula aad all line ol this road will Ag.als of Ibla Company for rates, routes Ac.. or write C. P. AtBORf, 0. P. T. A. Loulavllle, Kg. LrnlUnHrl IO -- t For RIku usllsu, N eurslgla, Bpralna, Brklaiai and tiwelllnga-a- n .sternal appllcatloo for manor beast r Veto KEHTUGKY -T- GENTRAL H. R. ar raa For Piles, HemorrhoIJa, Barm, almllar dlatases, la the tana of ta many Htm that here la where we pUla euro U while inaka our crea.1 boait, Ou Olhiiei do not. Carter'a Lltila TJTrr TCla aro very email as very eaay to take. OnaortwotUlemakeadoee. Uho Uho Dr. Ohiih'h l'llc Oliiliacnt. ct HEMOrtTUKalBABLKKOUTKTO- For Fresh CuU, Burns, Ulcers and Old Borra, Dr. Ghhu'm Itlttcr-NwcThey are atrictly vtt'iUbia and do not gripe or OlHlweiil. a IrK,butbrthil: ninile action lcaeall Bold tiaethem. Iavlala(!C)centa ne fortl. VHoDr.Cs'HHii'H Stomach Dltteni bydrusslatavYir ihixe, or ant by maJ. MEDICINE CO., New York. And decidedly Ihe Popular Koute, aSorillag, as II does, less changea and superior accountodsiTouta CINCINNATI! Miuouri, Iowa, Xaaiai, Texai, CAItTIl 1 d TAKE THE- - OHIO & MISSISSIPPI A. W. roa tii a para-gon- The North, and if jou A llellabl. Tonic. Apetlaer and Blood TurlHer, conuuplau Northwest any Weal. In fact,latareal a trip direction, yeur and alw cures Df parpela, Jndlgeallon, Llrer will bebestarrvedby In purcbsalng your tickets via Lomplalnt, Malarial rerera and all jxtloJIcal K. Caud Cincinnati. Fulluaa f'slaoeCars; kie. Dlseeeus. Manufactured aud for aale bf gant New Hay Coaches, and handaomely furnlah. ed Kecllnlng Chair Lara lorn the uaee,uald 3C. &A.2ST2ST, 03., euulpmenleof tola Old Itelieble, thereby making this tin. Bole proprietor, Monltcellu, Ky sr All orders a trip overTry II. ou. el luiuilous comfort an pleasure. U-- tl by ut.ll will receive piouipt slUullon, TIMK TABLE. IN KPFCT JULY IMS. W. 3. I. I East, West and North CHESHPEU OHIO RY. Bouru. Lve. (kivlngton.u. 44 fralmoulb.MH No. 2. I No. i, 3 04 p u Mpm No, 16, Xjionlsvillo O ! Kentucky's ltouto Tbe only line running Etist Arr. I'arls. Lve. 1'arts .. . " Cynthlana. . IOUIMVILLK to m,a---lro- ui CINCINNATI. Ihe EUet and the North, tree) larlor Cara to Cincinnati and 1'alare bleeploz Uara to Clnclunatl Wainlniton, lUllluiore, t'mladelphla aud Xw Volk.w uu outcnanre, lilUIHVlLl-U UIUI8 mj IIiWmI, NotthwMtand Houthweat, with I'alara bleeping Cara 00 nl(bt train, LouUillle ttSU Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPINO OARS Arr. Lelngloo. Lve, I'arts. m . KeilBibol 2 1 rttinSuT " Mlllersburg " Caillilu Arr. Msjrsillla Lvk, I'.ila. ' Wlmhesliir Ijtncaster .M Arr Btautord Juuc " " Ulchmuud 10 ' a ui 140 IU II Ii a m I 11 1 ml a is p ui 12 08 p m 7 IU p m a l p mi a iu p iu M. .M.fMM. 7 Ou p ie 8Mpu I 19 a u 0 It II II p m 7 If I W p iu a ID 80 lUtu 00 au 0IIIU 2Pa3ia Hour bat IO Hours A SOIaiDTEArN LelllHtllISC'lll0lllHHttUHtlIiX IhkIuh, My., mm IU S3 pu uu pu pu pu IIUBU p WMpui UI Noam. Lve. Btanford June No. I. No S. f,wu UIU1NVILLK to INUIANAI'OLlS.tlll-UAMOan- d thalr Cart Ibrough without change, the Morlb, with Day Ooacbea and J Arr. Paris Lve. hlihuund " Winchester 11 " muraater ....... TbeSttp. in, Kipraee (Jallf) front LoullTllle haj l'alaraclleeplngCan from Loulirllle to New Connecting York without change, arrlrlag at )Vaahlngtoa S.M y, u. Dtildajr Ahead of AU Competitori, LOOK AT THIN WASHINGTON CITY. In earns depot with fast trains tor CarllaUr.... Mllleraburg Air Paris. . . Lve. Islington Main Ills tlViu 7S3 au IU 7 7 0 to a ml I 00 7 U a ml 3 20 80 a m I IS 1 IIIHu 4 A am oil 2A U won-derf- ul 1 Dan-vill- e, la tlie()4 M. K'y The Direct Roate to Lyaehburff , EuilicranUand Houe-Suekt- ri 'through Day Coacbea ou all Iralna. Hat Norfolk, no ulilnlghl changea Arrlre at BU Loxla 2 boura In ajTame ol other linos, thereby wcurlng more flraL lima fur inaklnjc chanieaui oara aud ratlin choice of aeala lu cara of connecting Hum. All Vlrgtaia aad North Carolina Iu advance of allxr llnea to Indlauapolli and Foists. Chicago and Ihe ooly line glrlug lu patrons For tickets and lurtber Information, saply ta utile lUe along the aboree of Lake Michigan. uesj-w- l ticket olfic. or sdJrcM tickets, raue. time, uapa, Ac, apply ta your Ticket igents ol ruunecllng llnea or adJras JAMIJt V.KHhST, K.B. ftUOWN. Boulbrrn I'aaaenger Aft, (Jeul WteUrn Aaent, 8. K. Cor. Fourth i, Mala tie., Loul.Tllle. 3IUW MMluNI.,LftuUrl H..KJ. W. B. SHATTUC, W. W.PE1BODV, Uea'i fsasesger 4ft Oeu'l Manaaer. UuclaDAll. (seu'l Maawer, JWr Ag1!. I Ntuasd, YtnttaU. J. D. HILL, Pasasgr Agenl, Lebano B,Ky, Arr. Ouvlngton No. ta Lv.li No. 27 I.v No. ' " Paris. " Cynthlana.. Falmouth ... 10 04 II 41 Warn (OSa u IS1 p u a u IF4 p u am Wp u a IS pu, 4ua w ITS u a uI uI 1 la pu tm pu No. It lllopm OSpu S pu I Up aa 1, u pu llliia lounu, Q Arr. Maysvlll. uooa Na. 2b I.v. Msjstllla lei, tup in, Arr.MarMllle 5 r p 1 00 p u, Arr. Lea. 4 M p m 10 u ..u.. ill. ami Uovlngton, Lv. l 1 iu. aw ... . u.ii; all ethersi dallyAir. Cor.iitngtoa Miwtea aucauuua, racepl Bunday, a Special Rate, to XalgrnHtas For tick sis, rates ami laforwalloa psilskleg U tlwsi couneciloas, dc esllou or sJJrws W. Bi McHOBEKTB, U'l a. W.BKMDKK. Uso'l rats. rL.vusnuru. Btanlwl, Ky, TH. Aat, Auaar,