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Semi-weekly interior journal: October 16, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883101601_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: October 16, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . end " Heekl X.-NUM- & utefto CTOBER IG, onfnaL 1883. VOLUME ii -BER 510. Semi Ltgal Facti. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, Tiro Remanctt In High Lift. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER l!)0. W. P. WALTON, -- EMerandPnprttht rubllihra TVerarfrty nml JYfitrtlf, na.no nlpllon, ijsu annum. then of da VTImm don't md1 atanpt In payment of an - eiret to raaao chan, end not otertw rumination fnk m. tsffs- - Frtm Ms Jfalfo toor, , ii The followisg letter to Mr. D. N. Williams, from Mt. Blanco, Texas, if published by request : Dkar Sir: Yours to band ami in reply n ill say that all statements wade by me o far are correet with regard to this section of Texas. I go allogelh er on fact: and what a man sees ho knows lo be true. No man caa form an idea of this country until he sees it asd I will here state that the future of this country is great. All we need are Railroads to bring the people and material is develop it. There is no body of land on this oeatinent to equal it in richness of soil, quality of water, nusntttv of crass, and for health. A good Doctor would starve to death as far as practice in malarial disease is concerned. Good water can be got any where on the Plains at a depth of from f0 to 100 feet, good, soft water, and some places west of here water can be got at from 2 to 10 feet, in abundance. Illanco Canon has water power enough to drive all tbe'RiaehiDery required in tho manu faetory of flour, woolen or any other material that needs water power to he reduced. Coal, I am satisfied, is plen ty when developed; as for silver, cop per and lead, I havo not seen any of it yet, but there aro indications of it at tho foot of the Plains. Yellow House Canon in Lubback county, is s also 'full of water power for any required. The little colony now west of here on the settled Plains have not made a failure yet. Of course they don't make as much aa they would up north, but what they dd make bring a good price, and they are all satisfied with their lot. I have farmed for four years, I nra not rich, nor am I poor, I have made a good living and (rupnved my land from 81 per acre to 810 por aero. I have good improvements, and an orchard of all kinds of fruit trees, and a vineyard ol the best California grapes, and they are all doing well. Wild fruit this year was in abundance everywhere One great drawback to this country at present,-i- the stock monopoly They are doing every thing they can against the settlement of farmers ia this country, but I think their tirno ii short, as this country is too good to go unnoticed long, nnd people owning land out here ought to look it up and do something with it the sooner they do it the more ti will be worth to them. Land that sold three years ago for 50 cents an acre is worth now 83, and if people will see to their land and occupy it, it, will bring 810 in lees than 5 years. I am cutting hay now on the PJaini, and tho average is about one ton per acre. Tho swath of the machine is just on mile long, and only makes eight rounds a day, with a good team. How is that for a desert? If one half of the tender feet could see this country now, they would not stay where they aro and be housed upTtx months in tl o year for nothing in the world. We feed about one month through tho winter. Stablos are not thought of, but stock would do bettor with them. Tho counties of Crosley, Lubback, Halo, Floyd Dickens, will surprise the world for health, wealth and general prosperity in the near future Yours, truly, II. C. Smith. pur-oeea s The same properly is exempt from any process for rent that is exempt from execution of any kind. But the landlord lias a prior lien for one year's rent on such produce of the farm or premises rented, fixtures, household furniture and other personal property of the tenant or undertenant (I. e. tho tenant's tensnt), owned by him after possession is taken under the leaso, if asserted within ninety days after clue, againit property upon which a lien is created by tenant by mortgage or otherwise, while the property i on leased premises, or 120 days after due, oa such as there is no lease upon. This Hen of the land lord will not prevail over any lien created before the property is carried Kemoving on the leased premises. the property openly from the leased premises, without fraudulent intent, will release this lien, unless proceeded Bgainst within fifteen days after re- tnnval. Aflcr tho lieu is created aa above the tenant has a right only to romove the property from the leased premises by paying rent duo, or securing the rent to becorao due, both not to exceed one year. The landlord may havo issued, by a magistrate, police or county judge, a distress warrant for any money rent, duo not over six mouths, though tho leaso is not ended, which is levied and collected as an execution. Ho may havo issued by a magistrate, police or county judge, an attachment for rest duo, or to become duo within one year, by making affi. davit that there are reasonable grounds lo bcliove, and bo boliovcs that, unless an attachment is issued, ho will lose his rent, and giving bond with good security. Ono month's notice must be given to a tenant, at will or by sulTeranco, before you can removo him. None is necessary when time expires at a certain lime, or if it is agreed no uotico to bo given. If a tenant is to do work for rent, and fails toperfurui it, or having beguu it, fails to perform it according to contract, ho forfeits the lease, aud can bo turned out without demand or notice. A tenant, for less than two years assigning or transferring his term or interest', without written consent of tho landlord, forfeits his rights, and tonants or undertenants may bo turn-e- l out after ten days' notice. A tenant, failing to give up promises at the proper time, is liable to double rent thereafter. Th A son of a leading lawyer in No w York, some years into, was attracted by the innocent face and quick wit of a Welch chambermaid in his father's house, aud declared he preferred her to all the fashionable beauties who had courted his notice. His family protested but to no pur pose. The only concession be would make was to consent to go lo Europe for thrco years before marrying the girl. In the meantime, having an in dependent fortune, the lover placed her at one of the best schools in New York. The girl was ambitious and dovolcd in her affection to the man who had chosen her. He returned, found her more lovely than over. Thoy were married and the lady is now one of tho leaders of society in the city where they livo a noblo, refined, charming woman. An eminent jourist, well known in Pennsylvania in tho earlv part of this century, was ".Making tho circuit" on horseback, and stopped for dinner at tho house of a farmer. Thodaugh ter of the ftirmor waited on them, and the judge who had been a cynio rthout women observed tho peculiar gentleness of her voico, aud a certain sweet candor in her faco. After din ner tho farmer said: "Mary, bring tho judgo's horse." Mary started to tho field which was inclosed by a barred fence. Lay. ing hor hands on the topmost rail sho vaulted lightly over. "I saw," said the judge afterward, "for tho first time, a woman with the mind and body ',1 ;ahotild require in my wife. I called again and again at farmer Cs. Ablest I sent Mary to school for a couplo of years and here she is." nodding at the stately matron who presided at his table. The sons of thejudgo and this real Maudo Muller all attained distinction: one like his father, at the bar; another was an eminent divine, and another was a Southern candidate for tho Presidency. All were noted for their fiery eloquence, their high sense ot honor aud a certain appetite for fighting which was well sustained by strong physical health. Tho judge had not been mistaken in Mary's qualities of mind and body. 'Editorial Couilcsics." "May I sco the Ballvillo llegltlerV Tho gentleman from Iowa address cd ono of tho H(mld 8 tail, who happened to be in tho exchangd, room. "Certainly, air; take a eeaffftho exchango editor will be in soon." i "I am the editorjof the RegUtcr. I regard the Jlmtd aa the best paper in A Bran Engineer. D. L. Brown, the engineer whose oventful experience with a train of burning oil cars on the old Crosscut road is known to all oil country people died at his homo in Randolph last DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS, pliers, the most Illustrious, have had Monday. The train was coming down the steep grade to Brocton. A car large and deep set eyes. The poetsl Block, all have largo, full eyes; musicians' took fire. The furious speed fanned Opora eyes aro largo and lustrous. Buffoa tho flames, and soon the entire train irv mATviaitH considers that the most beautiful eyes waa on fire. As it thundered down i Wall Paper. WIhch. Miiaical ItookH, Chotnlcalft, Undent, IiiNlrtimeHtR. are the black and blue. Wo think tho grade it was a grand and awful , CIkm-hNlHtleHcry, I'nlntK, Pocket The fireman pulled the pin we havo seen black and blue eyes that sight. OIIh, Noapn, '1'Almcceft, t'lilllcry, LHmpH, were far from beautiful. Byron says between the tender and the first car. Pcrftuncry, Flro Arms, MhcIiIho Need I CM-that the gazelle will weep at thesound Then commenced the greatest race on Oar Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department Is la Charge of Col. of music. The gazelles eyes havo been record. Engineer Brown threw open Thos. Richards, who Ttillltcpalr Watches and Clocks Promptly and In the best called tho most beautiful in tho world, wide the, throttle. The fireman fed style. and the greatest compliment an Arab huge quantities of coal to the furnace. can pay his mistress is to compare her Tho heat was almost unendurable. eyes to tho gazelles'. Cleopatra had Dense black columns of smoke filled black oyes. Mary Queen of Scots the air. Tho wind carried the heat had liquid gray eyes. Dark eyes toward tho engine, which was running show power, light eyes gentleness and so fast that it was in danger of jump There is a ing the track. The suspense was ter gray eyes swectncsi. great magnetic power in the oyes of riblo. The locomotive seemed to gain several of tho lower animals. Tho but litllo on tho burning train. ion's, tiger's, and the serpent's eyes Around curves, over trestles, through are all magnetic. It is well known forest and valley, thundered tho prothe scrpant will charm birds that are cession of wheels. Tho faithful locoflying abovo it, until in great circles motive seemed endowed with human they will sweep down lo the destruc- feelings. Tho iron horse was begintion that awaits them. A friend of ning to pull away from tho flaming the writer, a doctor, was one day tank cars. Brocton was only a short walking in the field when he saw an distance ahead. Tho engineer blow adder lying on a lock. He drew near his whistle. The switchman at Bioc to examine it and presently looked at ton, who was at his post, understood its eyos. He was attracted by their the signal. Tho Bwitch waa opened. DEALER IN great beauty and involuntarily stepped The locomotive rushed through, tho forward two or throe steps. Beauti danger was over and as tho engine Hardware, Homo NIioch, Groceries Saddle, IroH. Nallti, ful light flowed from them and seemed carno to a stop about one mile from QuceiiHwarc, Buggy WklpH, ItiiRRy WIiccIm, HlOTCH, CaHO MIllH, IIltrHCMH, to batho the very coils of the serpent. the station brave Eogincer Brown KpokcN, Orac8, Cider MIIIh, LapCoTcra, v Gradually lio drew closer until, just fainted. The switch was quickly ItlitiH, Corn Bhcllcrx, Collar, Htoncwarc, as ho was almost in the reptile's reach turned aud tho blazing caldrons of, oil ho fell, feeling, as he said afterward, run oil the track ana ditched, in Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Flows, Wooden and . as though ho had been struck by a in that eventful trip Brown's hair Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Hoofing and Ou.terlng will have prompt attention. stone. When he became conscious turned white. It was an awful expehis head 'was in a friends lap. His rience, and ono from which Brown Imton, Haleamen Wm Jh HeKlnHt first words were: "Who struck me?" never recovered. Erio Herald. 'No ono struck you, Doctor; I saw It a Negro Family a Nuisance? you were charmed by tbo snake, and IV. C. RHIGIIT. I'.J.CCRKAN. This question has just been decided I struck it with a stone." Ho bad by tho Kansas Supremo Court. A struck the snake and the Doctor had man wanted to buy the property of felt the blow. rChicatro Eve. bis neighbor. The latter refused to Charaettrietict ef En. The Tho eyes show character. eyes ot great warriors havo almost always been gray, their brows lowering liko thundering clouds. Inventors have large eyes, very full. Philoso. M'ROBERTS&STAGG House Stanford, Ky., Di-HR- I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley. H.O. RUPLEsy. W. H. HIGGINS. Fad om WorM. A Fair Offer, It happened in .Illinois. A burying ground had been sold by the town aud time given for the removal of all coffins. The purchaser finally took possession, and sue day, while aagaged in plowing, he suddenly appeared before tho village shoemaker and said: "Henry, I've just plowed up tho bones of your father up there." "Km! Is that so?" ' ''And what shall be done with' em" "Well, I dunao." "I'll tell you what I'll do, Henry. I'll box up tho bones and bring 'oin down here for a dollar, oa I'll plow 'em under as a fertiliser and allow you fifty cents ob what you owe me." "Well," replied the shoemaker, after taking time to think it over, "I guess you may creait me with fifty cents, but if you find the bones of the old woman, toe, I shan't take leas than cents ash for the heap." seventy-fiv- e KJltW K(etrle UiWi U a wemlsrfu dUeoTwy.but net ss vtcwlwful m Hill's Catarrh Cur. For ml. by Penny A Me AUstsr, The 8lh of November has been pronounced by tho Mohammedan proph ets as tho last day of this portion of tbo uuivenso, and proclamations havo been issued from Mecca and circulated throughout Mohammedan coun tries warning the faithful to prepare for the end. Tho time of forgiveness and mercy will tlion close and the days of retribution and judgment will begin. The prophet Mohammed tells, in relating his vision, that signs pre the last of tho twenty-fi- ve ceding the dissolution of tho world and its inhabitants will bo tho ap proach of the armies of ImAn Mahdi with their black cnBigna during tho feast of Ilamadou, celebrated during October, and when the close of tho festival on the fatal 8th of November marks tho close of tbo thirteenth Mohammedan century, tho sun will rise in tho west and a tempest will bear away the souls of all who havo any faith. At thocloso of the Mahdi's reign there will bo sounded two blasts of the trumpet, at which the dead will rias aud the timo of judgment is to begiu. This is tho most important prophecy of the world's destruction since that of Mother Shipton, and any one wishing to invest in real estate in tho East will now have an opportunity which may not soon occur again to obtain it at a liberal discount. Condition op tug Neoko Hack. The color of skin is no more a claim to special consideration than it is a mark of inferiority, and it is not as negroes, but simply as men, that they have to workout their own salvatian n the Republic All things consdered, tbey have done remarkably well ia the theso fifteen years, and they will do better still iu tho years to come if tbey will turn their backs on the deoiago g.ies and politicians, of whatever color, and each man go to work to elevate Philhis race by elevating himself. adelphia Times. "I'm glad Billy had the sense to marry a settled old maid," said Grand ma Winkura at the wedding. "Gals is hltY-tity- . and wlddera is kinder over. mat.! U ..l!n Wfx. Inllft fltatu unulllii' . rl,l mow ra Blniiil kinder thankful and willia to please." Christian at Work. Sa-le- b my exchangest!" 'Yes. Well, wo all deem tho Reg-isttho best paper in Iowa. Indeed, we all stand at tho door when Albert brings in the mail and grab for tho Ballvillo Reg'wlcr. It is full of idjas, and we get subjects for editorials and special articles by the yards from it. We couldn't get along without tho Regtder." f Journalistic courtesy of 'this kind is duo from one editor to another. Presently tho exchange editor came in. "May I boo the Ballvillo Regldcrf' You'll find it in the, "Certainly. Violent gesticulawasto basket." tions from the courtesy editor. "That Register is the very poorest paper that sneaks into this office," continued tho exchange man, amid a shower of gesticulations and vain "ahems.' "1 nover taw a copy of tho Register that had an idea in it as big as an 0 with the rim knocked off. I always put the blamed thiug into tho waste-baskas soon as I sea the wrapper. I don't know what they keep sending it here for." The editor of the courtesy department vainly threw his shoulders out of joint andthcu left the room. When ho came back tho Iowa editor was er Twenty eight cents was the per cap ita proportion of the national debt in 1858. In 18G5 the cost of war had swolen tho per capita to more than seventy eight dollars and the annual interest per capita was four dollars cents. Then tho pay and twenty-ninment of tho debt began, and on the first of July last tho per capita princi pal was only twenty eight dollars, showing an average reduction of nearly three dollars per capita for each of tho last eighteen years. The interest charge per capita is now ninety fivo pents. Tho elaborate analysis made y the Treasury Department, from which these, figures aro extracted, shows that there waa less cash in the coders of the government in 18G1 than iu any other of tho twenty seven years embraced in tne docu ment, tho amount being then less than three million dollars, as against millions thrco hundred and fifty-fiv- e cash, in tho Treasury to day, The monthly interest charge, which in 1857 waa only one hundred and thirty-nin- e thousand dollars, had nine years later grown to tho maximum of twelvo and a half millions and is now down to four and a quarter millions. o The former then threatened to build on his own adjoining land small tenement houses and "fill them with worthless negroes." He built ono house and rented it to a colored preach er, liis neighbor thereupon brought suit to abate what ho alleged to bo a nuisance. But the Court found that the family of the colored preacher was "well behaved" and did not como within the legal category of nuisance. "A negro family," it said, "is not, per e, a nuisance, and a white man cannot prevent his neighbor from renting his home to a negro family any more than he can to a German, an Irish or a French family. Tho law makes no distinctiou on account of race or color, and recognizee no prejudices arising therefrom. As long as that neighbor's family is well behaved it matters not what the color, race or habits may be, or how oflensive personally or socially it may be to plaint iff plain tin has" no cause of complaint in tho court." sell. BRIGHT & CURRAN. Wholesale and ICelall Dealer Iu GROCERIES AND HARDWARE, Wo run two houaos, oarry tho Largost Stook in town; pay cash for our goods, which onablos ua to soil you olosor than any ono. All wo ask ia a trial. BBIOHT St OUERAN. Pfflfflf iPHABMACtSTS ffUUei -- DULKU IX- - Drags, Books, Stationery and Fanoy Artlolos. I'hjljclta"' prexilptloni accurate!' compounded Alto I t JKiVKiiiatw; i gone. ..! "Say, that was Register." Tho exchango editor jumped into tho waste-bask- et and pulled the lid Chicago Herald. down. If anything in tho world will make a man feel badly, except pinching his lingers iu a crack of a door, it is a quarrel. No man fails to think less of himself after than he did before; it degrades him in tho eyes of others, and what is worse, tends to blunt hia sensibilities, and increase hia irritability. The truth is that the more peaceably and quietly we get oa, the better for our neighbors. Iu nine cases out of ten, the better course Is, if the man cheats you, to quit dealing with him; if he slanders you, take care to live down their slanders. Let such per sons alone, for there Is nothing better than this way of dealing with those wlto injure us, IliltoB. Colored Provisions. Every man has his favorite story, and tho Hon. Roawell P. Fowler tells the following: "One day an old negro, clad in rags and canying a burden on his head, ambled into tho Executivo chamber, and dropped a load on the floor. Stepping toward tho Governor, he said: "Am you do Gubner, sab?'' Boing answered in the affirmative, he said: "If dot am a fao' Pee glad ter meet yer. Ycr seo I libs way up dar in de back ob do country, and is a poor mau, sab, I h'ar dar is some pervi-ehun- s in the Constitution fer de culled the editor ot the man, and I am bar to get some ob Times. era, wh."-Whit- ehall Tho total number of railway com pauies in the United States is 1,478, of which 157 are in New England, 471 in the Middle Atlantic, 232 in the South Atlantic, 542 in the Western in and Southwestern and seventy-siPILESl PILES I PILES! the Pacifio States. The total mileage Dr. Vemlnu' A)o Ulieeeeru for at the end of 1882 was 112,412 miles. M'llt U laJIca change, front the old reutedloa herelofoit In ua. The IHacorerf It tb rcault ol Invested ia these lines is $0,895,664,-35yearaof pall.iiticleolltcatuily and Intcitlpllou which $3,456,078,190 is in Into tot character of thlt painful dlieatt. To of you ol IU great merit, call on Itnny A Mo stock and 83,184,415,201 is in bouds. 9, con-vi- How to a Cure Cold. "I'll cure Tndt Huk. SSB1ilaegliteie4. Largest'Stock or Watches, any cough you ever heard of and with Clocks, Jewelry & SUrerware one of tho simplest remedies you ever Eler brought to toll market. lrlre Lower than tb Clocti ami Jewelry saw," said a lady vocalist of consideron abort DOttco aud, Warranted. sides of the able reputation on both Atlantic. "It's oysters. Just plain, raw oysters. I've simple, every-d- ay sung fourteen years hero and in the country, and you may imagine that the climate has ofton got the better of my lungs, but I rely upon oysters, and they can be depended on. My husband told mo of this kind of medicine, and I don't know how many Nice of Horses and Fino Turnouts. Rates years ho had used them. Tbey act just as beneficial on my children and the next timo you havo a cough go to the oyster bar instead of the Boston Globe. drug store." Is wanted by me. I will pay the highest marketlprice. I alio deal in The Minneapolis Tribune says: "Twenty-fivyears ago two lovers And can supply it in any quantity, dwelt in New York city. They quardt reled. A letter of explanation miscarried. He came West, and settled in St. Paul. She moved to Buffalo. This story doesn't seem to come out evjust right; for ha is in St. Paul yet, and she is in Buffalo. Both are married, and have large families." Mwf , Stale i .feci SITIAIBILIEI! -IETID HIAJRnESS j SHCHF. lot 100,000 POUNDS COAL! e A. T. NUSTNELIsEY, Staiifovd.SKy. Job Printing of ery kind Prmoptly and Cheaply done and in the Highest Style of has the mooa on and get a aauipt box fen ol charge. tide?" tho teacher asked John Oeorne W. lllUUn, ef Blue Mound, 111., write the llrown'aEipectorant cured him of a aeiera Henry. And John Henry said it de that after twjlblug tu bad failed. Vat tab by cold peaded oa what was tied; if it was a fenny A McAIUtir, HUnfurJ, and W. U. Weber, dog it made him howl, and if it was a ML Yarnoo. W bo can ntluiata lb amount of human auffer gate it untied it just as soon aa a cow tug cauaed by y a fcaJcvajA And who lb num or young man came along. It is such ber of lliei underumedand lott by ulcllngjat Hroau'e Expectorant will curt thla things as this that makes school teach- a cough a chance, j'llco, Ifty cenla. For cough ers want to lie down and die every aal byIf gtiea A McAIUter, Stanford, and W. U. I'euBy AlUlar, Slauford, or W. M. Water, Ml. Vernon, "What influence the Art. We have Every Facility, such as Steam, Fast Presses and New Type, for doing work, and all we ask is a trial. W. P. Walton. , day at 4 o'clock. Weber, MUV.ru.) a. Hi. I! We were met at the IwM by Bro. givt hh her snug berth. IsVeaklM of tat ftepkliM (a chargs of the Q. T, .MMon, tehaeei, on hai U hire, adjamxm who escorted ih to wr Mfeitif, two hunBut "it I a III wlfhl thai blow noMy dred yard fuitaW tJewnfthi' blah street. good," and this Jlf the "weed" (a Atl comfortable and snug, neat and clean EnghMwl hm completely delivered Will, Refreshed by a rinse and a enp of tea, we from the use of It It every shape, and we Twetky October 18, 1883 were at the preaching place, "on lime." hope fervently that a he I now emancipaIlls a net rootn holding 309 ptonle over ted the practtds will never be resumed. EBIT&R tr. P. WALTiN, Uie coffee room which Is here rather more When weflrstlanded his pl was Intoler-hie- , attractive than usual and even on a combut becoming iquallyro to lifmrwe Conthart to expectation Craft dtd fortable par with an average grog shop. soon missed it unfrgrnt fumes, and had I hope It wilt f'ketp up tppearancts," for what we all wished for, a hippy household, drew not seabfl iw the fatal most of them aro uninviting in the ex- purged of overmastering habit of any kit wllk his lfteilwgef kg breath treme, at I have mentioned before. AH it kind. Thosq who are under the. tyranny of his fatwceiree, and this has pretested now as bright as paint and varnish can such family demons can best appreciate csused mnnj peoplo to bcltoro his stomake the rooms, and the meeting I held the mention of IbU great dtllverence In ry, for thoy can't see how a mm can to give the enterprise a good "Gospel" send our. It (a wonderful the way the LORD lie whoa about k go kk the pr off, and Mt the key note (o future .operaha brought nr nut Into" large plica" in tions. Ia all of which, being desirous to this respect. Let none In dicourged. of hie God. Oa tlieeamo livimlicsts, lend a helping hand to "every good work" Jeans I stronger than tho devil and can they should alee believe Kills, llio one I am rejoiced to he a fellow laborer. The cast him out, If only faith hold on to the of the trio, who was hung by it mob. Indefatigable Bro. Hopkins hat enlitted the promise, "without waverlnu". In roott. said as eapbaliealijr that Craft Ho. local Ministry, and to my utonithmrnt I unexpected way too. In spile of our and Neal cowpelled him to go with found 'meeting appointed for 3.30 r, M. withe our boy had contracted the hattful tbem, and that after gaining admis"tobacco haUt" at college, and It seemed each day, alternately in the Baptist, sion to the house in which Fannie Wrsleyan and Prlmatlve Meth- hopelessly fastened on hi life; when lo, odist chapels, at well a the pattor of "out of tho eater come forth meat," and Gibbons and her visitor, Emma Car tho-- e place on the platform, in part a the dishonest adulterations of the costly were.lsleeping, thej repeatedly MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. rico, ono euro. they had leisure to attond. This It the Import prove "a door of hope," and (he outraged tho, helpless girls and when Managtd bJohn B. fish. first experience of the kind In England, devil's bcomernrig Tun rapidity with which tho debt U J. J1. Thompson has been very low and we are duty grateful and glad. The head and delivers descend on hi own Itobt. Gibbons, a brother of Fannioj a victim from on of hi oft is alarming the Nation with typhoid fever for several days being paid but is preacher seem good, was awakened by their'JtcreaBM, they men, trap. So keep on trusting the LOUD for al Dank, people whose .LttsiaeesH baa acme better. silenced him forever with a lick on and we aro trnstlng to win them to "our your boys, dear mr.lheia who read this, for Married, at Carthage, Ills, Oct. Oth. gospel." Tbo opening ed entirely on it. In his address borervice was well at- dellvcrence may be right at band in way tho head with an axo. Then after foro theJUanker's meeting' in Louis- Dr. W. P. McKeo, of this plsce, to Miss tended with evident good Imprtrslon. lent looked for. .And do not rispalr of satiating ,t, their hellish lusts and fearville, Comptroller Knox advocated a Uallie B, Hopper. Tho bride and groom The first r. M. mreting.at Hit Trinity Bap- your hutbinJ dear wives, never give up, ing ,tliat the girls would recognize arrived here on Saturday evening's train. tist Chspel was also a thoroughly satisfac- Jituti$tlrongr than (lie Jail. Settioit that law alio wing National Banks to base A young man named Roberts from them as their debaucbers, tboy d their circulation on foreign securities Gum Snlphur jumped from Sunday eve- tory one, and Tuewlay night the Hall was your faith fills not, and lh darkest hour them with clubs and axce.ahd comfortably filled, with three confessions ahall be nearest the day break. is Jiot likely that a aunrestion ning's train while in motion, at Mt. Guth' afterwards sought to cover their crime but it and very fixed attention from all. Jnst beWe dined at the "Arcadian VegetMlan" falling on hi bead and hurting himwill ever be adopted. rie, bodies with coaf-o- bo objectionat fore! had vWted a "Bind of Hope" chil Restsurant, In Queen' t. rear Cheaptds, by saturating their self very badly. meeting at Nelling "I'rotidfnce with bur dear John Tod, where we met dren' and burning them and the house. NOTES Or CURRENT EVENTS. The railroad company has discontinCongl. Chapel" ia the next village to Bex Mama, from Hlghgate, with our dear good All this was corroborated by the Mrs. Langtrr aceofupanied br her ued carrying passenger on freight trains, ley, where all the dear children, about for- Mis Freeman, her friend and hostess, to the great inconvenience of the traveling strongest circumstantial evidence, and mother lias returned to this country. ty In number, gave their heart to Jesus In The "Vegetarian" tell what wo get, and public. It is to be hoped that it will be The Prohibition Amendment failed in two juries had pronounced Craft guiltheir childish way. Before that Marie and one is not to imagine there la any self dety. The man who is mean enough to Ohio by 70,375; rotes.' 711,001 .retea were returned again at an early date. I had been up to one city service among nial in eating theie, for they get up as apWar has opened between the Mt. Ver . .. Al- - petising dishes a in any place I have been, do whattb was charged with would , I wo thousand barrels of 1831 and 1992 non Mill and the Nickel Plata Mill, tho the "Working Women" at Jewln acd I could not hesitate Lte lie about it even in the .whisk tsotd yejterdiyfat Paris, ,JCy.nfcr former cutting toll to one tenth, tho latter dersgate etreots. Two lliera and three at The "ArcadUn" mean as far Bexley made five services in all for the guem that each one make out hi own bill " presenee "efWe Master Himeelf. 06 cents a gaiter; --i following suit. There are good prospects day, a little wearytome but very precious after a printed slip uf price, and each one Leander Hast, an old citizen of Pulas- - of getting grinding done free with an ExMundi, who hung himself hero not a indeed, and tha "weary" all righttd by a is put upon his honor to make it out cormonth ngo after butchoring to death ki, who llred near Science Hill, hutjr him position ticket thrown in with each turn. good nights' rest. rectly. If that pathetic cenfidence in huself U'tweek. "Cutting" rates don't pay, it oar experihis own wife, left a note declaring Sept. 29th. I continue and finish my manity is not in "Arcadia," whero will one One of the. Niks, Journal' reporters ence. letter broken off for several days, to go by find !? A for -- Vrgelsrisn" sclfdenial that he did not do it; although every was fined 530 for criminally libelling Gen. The strike of tho miners at Pittsburg mail. We liave three nails to the there Is as little at that recorded of the anthing pointed to him as the murderer, Ilickenlooper and the other discharged. and East Bernstadt ia still on, with but week, via. .Tue'day, Thursday cient rat who turned monk in hi old day U.S. Dr. J. Lawrence Smith, tlie being a d the very act of suicide itself little prospect of an early1 adjustment, The and Stturday. Major Burnaei and Tutt, and took on tfiVctionate leave of hit comscientist, died at his home in Louis- miner at Altamont have been forced out At his request Craft was confession. a also MIm Ssllie LIndenberger sail In panions previous to retirement faun the by the strikers. It la understood that the baptized in Little Sandy River the ville, Friday, in the G5th year of his age. and we pray for their "poiuptand vauitie," to the Inner life of Tho American Cankers' Association, authorities were to go to Altamont Mon- the Arizona day before the execution, and he con- In session in Louisville, have safe arrival among the dear wailing friends contemplative exclusion. Jt is nirrated adopted a day, to see that the miner there shall not tinued to pray and sing up to the last. resolution favoring a National bankrupt be molested if they dtsire to work. Coal at home. We don't dare think that that a younger rat of eaeptical proclivities way nor look Westward, lest the heart' took a fancy Id watch thn old fellow' reHis speech to the crowd, that gather- law. shipment havo fallen off to a very consid A Wait Virginia farmer objected to a tiring footstep', and sure enough after panaatea "home ricknes" should aeize us. ed to see him hung, wai a rather erable extent. hunter cutting down a tree with a coon in The work of the LORD progresses qui- tient following, found that he had made a F.L. Thompson left for the cities on etly In Bexley, the ministers mentioned monetary out of a Cheddar cheese of mamtouching delivery and his prayer on it, when Hie hnnter cracked his skull with last night' express, "Little Nig" from the gallows was tho most abject ap- a club. above bcinc still cordial, and even the moth proportions, whero he had already Tho jury In the case- - against Dr. Da "Cn." spent last Sunday here. Jim Dick have ever seen recorded; and peal wo Vicar of "Christ Church" giving a friend hollowed out snug quarter with hi teeth, Satvis, for poisoning Lowry Mundy, at Ver Chandler, of Louisville, was in town the hall door, ltst night just and from ao orifice in which hi tall hangyet he died with a blistering Ho upon sailles, hung, nine for conviction urday. Dick related to us tho remarkable ly look in nt and thn the closo of the service. I am told he ing out betrayed hit retreat. I go to the his $lips. Thef case has been a most for acquittal. i foot race ho had In company with two of at would even have taken a more active part "Arcadian Vegetarian" to get a capital dinterrible and'eoetly one. A number of Jos. Tato shot William Seal dead, at our yonng men after an express train from in the meeting but for a "Harvest Festival' ner, when I am hungry at a fair charge, return Virginia City, Miss., onlthe Northeaster Louisville to the Short Line Jnnction. It perseus lost their lives by the series of service! In his own corner of the and with excellent attendance, and excepof the Cfo when the soldiers sent to Riilway Seal is the second man tilled by was quite langhable. We will Rive it in vineyard, which have kept him awsy. tionally clean plate. If the LORD will full inonr next letter. guard Neal and Craft wero attacked Tale within sixty days. had four precious r. M. lervicta we remain in Bexley until Wednerday, Moses B King, shot and mortally We have The total amount of claims allowed in at Ashland, and the costs have run Laurel county, is $4,000, which includes wounded Constable It. C Rains, near for Christians at the vailous dissenting pack up for a prolrsctcd service In ScotI am in- land, Thursday, and off for Glasgow, Frup to over ono hundred thousand dol $2,000 for attendance on small-po- x King wa churches in town and pa Williamtbun;. Iat tnday. Baptist church in idayall of u. We chunge our permanent rnnning a "blind tiger" and was indicted vited to preach in the lars.? . . poll-ta- x tients. The wasExed at $3. morning and in the evening in the Con address at last Write henceforth cre of The examining trill of Cbl.Ttoeers? by tho last grand jury. Judge Finley or- the Sfeakinq of tbo executions which gregational chapel. There have been 12 Brown, Shipley A Co., IUnkers, Founder for killing his brothers, near Blue Lick dered his arrest. The Constable attempted occurred Friday, tho New Yprk Her-ol-d Springs, Court, Lolhbury, London, E. C confession in the hall thus far and excelresulted in his discharge, though it to make thearrcst but King barricaded hi Ever in Jesus. Geo, O. Baknes. lent atlendence at all the meetings. The says: "Fivo men departed this Is said the Grand Jury will indict him. door and refused to be taken. The officer yonng women at the x. life yesterday without first indulging proceeded to force an entrance when he work amonc the The Wooley electric hejd-lich- t for lo in Aldersgale st , hat ken O. in tho formality of removing their comotives was successfully tested at Indi- waa shot down by King. Tho murderer M. A. room especially crowned with blessings. Yetler to bed, although anapolis. It has the power of 7,000 can- made hi escaio. The citizen of Whitley clothing and going which nearly hun- day fourteen confeteed Joiut, they had received ample notification dle, and casta an illumination one mile. - county have offered a reward of two swept the deck and brought the entire auVirginia day at the Southern Exposi dred dollars for hi arrest, and the Goverof what to expect. The public is glad on Jediis side. Praise the LORD tion brought excursion parties of over nor ha been telegraphed to offer an addi- dience Thursday a lot of our dear Hlghgate that the caw are finally disposed of. 1,000 persons from Virginia, and a great tional reward. There ia great excitement by amointmnt at the Whether the deceased persons also aro number from the surrounding countrr. tho matter at Williamsburg. King friends met us which is only claim to be from Knoxville. He is about "Woolwich ltoyal Arsenal," pleased depends upon the accuracy of making a total attendance of over 20,000. mile from Bexley, with f 10 inchet high, weigh about 175 lbs. four and The murders committed in Kentucky 5 feet the doo'.rine of an unlimited hereafbusses running evr ry hour during portions ter. If any ono of them, however, during the month of September foot up 27, sqnare built, very dtrk complexion, coal uf each day. Eleven of u went in to in there being four more reported after our black hair, wearing hetvy moustache and was (ho guileless creature he professed sped the centre of England' war (lower, record waspublwhed lasl week, and which Imperial when last seen; is about 35 year to to- - bo'he could have well afforded and an awful place it is, making sit wlio of course, wero not included in It. Greek of age, and a coal miner. enter it, with tho LORD'S love In their die for tho purpose of ending tho prof- enridge .News. earnestly for tho com talk and curiitless and demoralizing At a meeting of the Directors of.il) GEO. O.BARNES in ENGLAND heart to pray more ing of the time when the ' swords thall Iw osity which aro tho only general re Kentucky Union Railway,-a- t Lexington, ii turned into plough shari" and the spear XII33 &ults of a murder tho particulars of was decided to issue $2,500,000 bonds, and No 1. "Tavistock Villas"! Into pruning hooks, and thn men shall to build the roid immediately from Win Bexley, Kent, Sep. 20, 1883 f learn tear no tnort." In thla 300 acre en which are rnado public.' chester to the mouth of Troublesome crcsk Dear Interior : closure can be found more diabolical con miles , , Undetehred by the fata of the a distance of,ix'ty-eigh- t The scene shift a little, and we find J taking human lifo thin In The Lexington JYe&tof last week says ourselves, 12 mile beyond the LoNdon trivance for Ashland fiends four human brutes, perhaps on earth. The marvelthe negroes Cooperand Sam Bailor, who chimney pots, in an English villsge of the any place fnclironle 0)ppsla and liter complaint, three of whom wero recognized as lous 80 ton guns for bulk, surpssi anything ami In ehroulo constipation anil other murdered Dick nearRuMellville, moat characteristic type; one loog, straight, htuni.cJi Hitill.iasc, Jlosli-ttrJohn Eitea, Harrison Washburn and Thursday, wereWinlock, from ono could Imsgine in the shape nf a piece t ter I bejrond all comparison th taken the Logan high street, and the radiating leg of the racly thai can bo taken. As a mean ol whole beggar descripn Isaiah Onara, under tbo pretext that county jail, last night, by a mob of masked Centipede, meandering lanes, running be- of ordnance. The rt'StorlnR the strength ant vital energy o( rsons nho are tinkJiift under tho they wero detectives, entered the men and hanged to the nearest tree, The tween hedge rows and high walh; and open tion; 10,000 men are constantly employed efftcts of painful tlitorilers, this appliance turning out those mutdtrou ttindsril Tr(rtablo Inrlgorant la eoafiss ', & house of a Franklin county , farmer, murder was unjustifiable. fields and exquisite parks and orchards, citly unedill. to maintain the position of England m g AmbrofeWilson, Town Marshal of oaks 1 or salo by all Ururirlst and Uealera with beauteous Vistas of named Elisba Curtis, and repeatedly one of the "Great Powers". And to the rest generally. Scot county, was shot and killed and elms, every cow and then; and pretty outraged his wife and thirteen-year-olbig and little hold to what they have, or Saturday evening, by James Crelghlon, a bit of water crossed on foot bridge; and daughter before his very eyes. drunken out greedy hand for more, and young man whom he wm persuad- grazing sheep and horse and cattlo and stretch DANVILLE Tho daughter is so badly injured that ing to go homi. Wilson was to have been acres upon acret of strawberry plants, and gunpowder I god. Can any one deny said to our Jesus, "The buo will die. Gov. Knott has offered married next Thursday. Creighton was cabbages and bjeU and potatoes: while a what satan proudly the of thla world are mine ' mile and a half away, the main artery of kingdom them; and to whomsoever and will, a reward of $000 for tho arrest of the arrested, and J In jail in Georgetown. I glory of Fifty convicts made a break for freethis suburban ll(o, run tho "North Kent' hangiog without judge scoundrols, but I will give them." Our Lord did not gainor jury is too good for men who com dom at the Frankfort penitentiary Friday Loop Lino of the South Eastern Railway," say the atatement, for it wo a true one, alafternoon. Only four of tbem succeeded with frequent and convenient trains for the mit such beastly erimes. by the "farther of lie." Iu getting over the walls, and but one, "W, city, with, termini at Charing Cross and though uttered sin; ..nil He uttered It to gam a lying point, for the That grinding monopoly, tho Wes T. Grant, escaped. Joseph Ward was shot Canon street; at you may wish; both land-lo- g devil can speak a truth, if It will do effecyou on the north side of the Thames In tern Union Telegraph Company, has through the head and killed, and the other tually the work of a lie. We all came Msnufscturera of two were easily captured, having been the heart of.London. Kent I the "garden its tolls for specials to the counraised away Impressed with the thought that we by Jumping from the walls. The county" of old England, being lltterally had been In one of tho devil' workshops, try press more than three times what guards drove the mob cf convicts back to London's market Harden for vegetables and though many a dear child of God ia mixed DoorH, Niitsh. IlllntlM, Vliidew they were. This is dono no doubt iu their cells. y fruits It generous soil Is cultivated up with It a we are, in one way or another John Itadfbrd, a wife murderer, wts a spirit of retaliation, since nearly ev. and systematically, while the gently unless we walk closely with God, where mid Door FruuicM, HoUl ery rural newspaper sympathized with hanged, Friday, at Fremont, O. lie pint rolling surface afford the finest landscape ' his last night la telling dirty stories. etiecta imaginable. Magnllictnt ancestlal "the wicked one toucheth us not". The the strikers in their late efforts to forco After he had been pinioned and the rops estates dot the' county at intevals, giving recent fire at Woolwich and the exploeion Iiirsj, Scroll haw their greedy masters to fair terms. of 500 deadly rocket came near proving a placed about his neck, he noticed the fath- just the variety needed; the air U puro and but only two person is said that tbo President is about er of his murdered wife among the specta wholesome, and one cannot wonder that the dreadful catastrophe, Work, Turn. Were killed. Wo saw a lot of the vagrant Mason, wh6 took a tors, ana with a torrent of oths he began County is, a favorite with the English peoto pardon Sergeant brought in from to uounuer around the rcauold in an at ple, when-- its venerable historic record mlsillet that had been Ihr LhIIic Werlt, shot at Guiteau while be was detailed tempt to get to him. lie was seized bv crown the list of attraction. Bexley, alao various poind of the country varying from to guard him. It' was a cowardly act I lie deputies and it was some minutes before one to four mile distant. I had no idea known' as "Bexley Heath" and It main FleorlHfr. CcllluKslVcalh but ho has suffered enough for it and he could bo quieted, lie dropped through street still retaining that title hi quite ele- that the war rocket waa the dreadful projectwo feet in leogth of copper ought to be allowed to return to JlJet- - the trap with an oath on his lips. crbeHrdlHK, Vretwed J.utMber, vated and much esteemed for its charming tile It is; over diameter and the outlook and salubrious air. One of the tubing, four inche in tie and the Baby." CARfURO COjNfr DEPARTMENT, i And other post office (the village ha two) called point loaded with a conical iron tip of sev The editor of the Louisville Pott "Crooked Log" and a neighboring locality eral pound weight. Paint Lick, Our pleataetttt route and much the is weary of Governor's days? Press Llll!e Arnold, one of Lancaster denominated "Burnt Ash" bear such cheapett, if only we have leisure to take what-noand calls loudly little beauties, it visiting Misses Belle and days and "backwoods" title, that one may noI by but to Wooltice them In passing. The namet would It in going to London, for a Dog's day for bis own especial Maggie Suiitb. wich, alx pence, and up the rjver to Loo? Alto lHalera In D. G. Slaughter is doing a wholeMr. answer for landmark iu the Australian benefit. The Btanagemeat hw tho don bridge by steamer, eight pence wore. sale busJawi, He ha four clerk employ "bush" or the forests of Dakota. The railroad fare It one shilling and ten natter under coaetderatioa. ed, one of them sold one day last week We came here at the solicitation of Mr, ! peace. Marie and I took the river route Tun republic! pfedietioa that if eighteen, pair of hoot and sixteen pair of William Green, of Hlghgate, who I inter yesterday in going to our Aldergata t ested la a new "Gospel Teuperano Hall" Ohio went (kwoeratk, stock and oth shoe besides a number of other arthle. service, and enjoyed it much in spite of Call on. ua or writs for vrct W keep a Urn A young man by the name of Sam Just opened and greatly needed in Beiley. you lo prices and tumble, has not er securities would au honest Briton who lit a pipe of villain-- . stockijualll will do our boat to please of material. snd Miles, who ha been at work on the section Marie, Will and I cams down Monday been realised. la feet if the electioa out tobacco and Insisted on hi right to sttr here, for a few day, got tired of work, night, leaving wife and George the guest smoke without asking ptrrnhwion. A Mhad aay effeet oa the market at all it went to (he store of Ward and Lute and of our dear friend Miw Freeman, of High- - was nlrl nrntprlnl br tlia'VmlJr hatch " IhlSVlt.t.K VLAM.yU HIL1, C0. t- - ,m .itflLt.. t. bouirht trnrulm tn thn amniinl nf B Ort llian gate, who clamed them while we were in she endured tbe frunilgatioB rattier than paoTlll, Kt. v Mndf, f far, niowt ese-nc- e Tint sAWal reUMM art Mt aH in reMablo reports have fees received toiaearolloadly'f eleelie e Govcnwl of Ohio by about 10,000 majority. Tfos Legislature is demo-crati- o by 32 on .joint ballot. The try to explain the cause of their defeat by obargwg it to the re ddctiofl of the tariff on wool aad tho prohibition bwlaese, but ihese are straplj excuses. The real featm k the people have decided by a large majority that tho republican party must go and they are slowly but surely carrying their deoistyn into effect. Last year tho democrats elected a Sec retary of State in Ohio and it is wor- -' thy of remark that tho State has nov- cr cono democratic boforo on tho two years preceding the National .ejection. Every thing is pointing to a demo cratic president iu 1884, and if the party doe not by bad management throw away tho chance, wo will, have lmteitegh fottt4 in order on weUo fowmen, and gave It to WrdCJ' Lhm ad dripped nut. He rltm '3 k4 fVetn Lee Oenty, Va. -- Mr. N M, Shumate, Mini Lillle Mr. George Fulllm, and Miss Lillle Arnold, Mr. R. WIki Bills Smith, left on the 11:52 train Momky, fof M Louisville Exposition. Therapfotltlon Is that It will turnout to be a wedding tour. Madam Humor has It that the latter couple well loin heart and hand while there. Mr. Dentcie Wearen breilhed her Friday evening, m the tun was sink ing beneath the Western horison. She had been a patient sufferer for several years, and bore hcrafrl(ctlona as all gooQ Christian do. She was In her 78th yetr. and had been a continent member of the Christian church for a number of years. Her remain wero followed by a largo con course of friends and relative to Buckeye church, and after a beautiful and imnre slve ceremony by Elder Milton Elliott, of KIrksvIHe,wcrodpoiIted in their last rest-inplace. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire community. J4.Cu. LASCAnTXK trHKKTIeiUWIVM. H Wli Offle ever CHIssns Nallensl tank. Offlr irum unit iron, i too p. w, tntGMOTf.DENTlHT, nmjwins, KT, v ihim.r, BAM B. T. WAIStM, .Furniture. r and-Mli- iVTrX-OHPrjO- At I.ANCA.ATKR, KY, H. M. BUHDETT, IhasMlhlallfstBl;lsstiiM-ilIn U'urert , y ,,,(,Hil.e 'twifwer1it!onTsretiiil,lii hours slrol throiith mj stor will mi, m, i.ims is lowss Imtlsrfxls esii lm l,i.M in inaelll.. s rei neapsnio oi nemr denionilrillon I al a krrpon hand lull llneor 3V.AW, (Tll-l- f isYJi! P'."1IJ' ln V rrd in I sjjolatnc counties Appeals. r UiiilertnkcrN' Anil am QooiIn At- ! a ll, A.TTCOltNjaV At IAtV, '.Autumn, ky. MMler1 CemuUlMST Otrrsrt flreiilt ChnrU Will prsellrs In ill th Courts of (Urrtrd sml adlotnlnf coimlM and In 1h Oourl of Appeals. O. KAUTITMAN, reatylo sers funerals tromtitlr"Tth a alee, fie Hears. Orders by Telegraph; Tt eiaplly tended to. HMK B. K. WEAREN. u aalerlrg ENTERPRISE Grocery. GEO.D.BURDETT cfo ESTILL Jft'IlINGSI place for hs corulnf a ltasln lalen cbai( rann, I tin ot thla Unit us now Prepared te Receive Guests. 1 liar corps o trained km ants to furnish tad wilt 1st all. er plMsur. g NntlniHClary TO Act'eHtmetinlleHN OO., j Tbs im.dlcln.1 qualities s lhw wslsra aro loo well known la Ih prpt.of Onlrsl Kentucky lo nwd a dwrfplloB. uf tholr proiwnlM. Th rate of iMrd rill Urcuon.tiL. for ruriatr ownnsiiuD, apply lo mtat Irslns. Ky. 137-1- 1 Nt 1'KA COCK. all penons Id pursuit of health warm-hearte- d XaiUiiCHNter, Kentucky, . MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Fropr havk Just i . Rocoivod Anothor Car .ii.i a ... il Load of This Old and Woll - Known Jiotol still Maintains its High Reputation, liK Furniture, CbhtlitlngV that it Shall be Second to bo Country Hotel in the State ia its fare, !uroP.r.letor ' Determined ... ,JL Parlor and Chamber Sots, Bods:& Loungos, Bod Springs Appointaeats, or Attea- (ton to CoKfert ef their Quests. f and Mattrossos, More. Kascai. nl hs consted U sad from H part a I acroaamftdalloaa Is roMM.rrUI1rsi.lera. Tho Bar wills alwajs ll.. with th eh4eH taod..f t,t..r, i,4 ciaaro. f"f '. the.! I . world-fame- pr Sofas mid Chairs and ETcrvlhlng longing' to a First-clas- s I'nr-nlturo Be- FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY ST. ASAPH, PHcch hh tow hu Aujboily'rt. VAt.TJAJJI.- E- Garrard -- i 1 j j Hating had Iblellotcl mr 390 - ... - I..of f prlTttt h) nil farm of aboutIMck acrrfcin iiMT.ro, luwi u. WloWCainp MeblnM. with lir colLf hou of.lshi rooms. In front buomrnt to girrst, nuuiiwono repair, an ueeeuirroutbulMlnat, and thUoJffrtlUan4 In a Bo. .Lt of rulllrallon. I Intend lo It Ih h iwarljr.llbolnflnirMs. Oa Ih. 4.r la a dl.lll-lev- y Flnsf-C'lRK- N of shout luo bu.h.ls rapclly. Tho lumi.tk. MHHHer, from Uaa.lllt to Uitofton runt through ibis Andlfoonothtrg and.no hi will add to tho firm, and lb. tho location Is Trrrconttnleut. Alio IU acres, a p.rtorthH.M.Jonrlana, on the COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. bsiii plko. adjololp the alMo. ih two phut wllli mid aa a whole, or dlit.IfJ lo ault purthas-an- . Tht purebawr will alw hat tho option to reiln tho distillery, oilt ran t rtruorf I Auo a ataTe-dntrlBiuilthrui adjoining-th-e prorvr-- r Aro offtO ly, with fair Improctuetil., lath. Intersecllvo o tbo Kao tllle so-- lluena VI.U turnplk , evnlaln- SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS In Shout 3acr.. A .mall Irasl-r- if um. 1- ""J? '.'S0''. m. I bat jotnlnglandjofT. Dunn. Alain .lorn houio lo a HICK 8AM VLK IKN)M. acf. cuirenUncjuch ror lh.l,uT inouonornrjantBTiiie.a w.rthouM Dc.rthtde-lo- t .,.- In lAocuter. a burial lot In th. Inr-.- i .tery.Ae. All lhalufpropertj will toaold on Baggage Transferred to and from eery liberal i.rms. Per lurlher rwtlnn.ri coll TOR SALE. Co. Lands .STAIYITOni, - . icy. Reruriijshed ami ltelUted Keep ftirlctlr ConiHierciHl Traveler! onorsddren ecn.ltf tTJf, IlKliltr.l.K. llri.qLTllle. Kr. OlsoMoato.IL the Depot free of charge. it. n. rKAKCi. flO$TiFER$ GROCERIES! t one-hal- PROVISIONS, irtA.isE x,onn" Hardware, Queensware, glassware, :Tiii;, ware, &c, ."..'.'..' sail I. 'I ft- I. !x-- nssi.t t. i - Usulli-tallii- K d AT LOWEST PRICES -- PLANING MILL COMPANY, ASFi'i . iu i T caro-full- T. R. WALTON'S. It i- Isi exces-ivel- y t, - " - I My stock of the above goods is now very comprehensive and my prices for them EXCEEDINGLY Building Material Low. You are standing in your own light if you do not buy of me. !FariuliiK Xminbcr I mean every word of this, as you will see by calling at the Postofiice store. Country Produce wanted. ITJ-Ji- . twii-$ttt- kli InteriorJawd 3CY. October 16, 1383 TIME Nion tMorlment of Tea Cake can be hadof H.S.Myen. New lot of Canned (looda, cheaper than ever, at T. It. Walton'. Mm. (Ieo, McKonKRTa' pure elder pie butter at T. R. Walton'. 1" 8T jVITirOIiX). Tuesday Meniiug, t.A KipreM train", N. LOCAL Mall train going North et, for $1,000. S, II. Hill bought of Llge Smith, 18 of cattle averaging 1,592 pounds, at Comk and tee the bigget and cheael head 6 cent. This Is from the Bowling Green Una. of Cooking and Heating Stove ever Democrat, which also report the tale of For on tnonrti we Will receW ube.r.p-tlo- n brought lo fltanfonl. Bright A Outran. one pair 10 hand mire mule, $(0v; one lo lb Imcrjuoti Jourkai. Hi TWO There la another boy at Mr. W. II. Jllg- - pair do. on pair 15 hand mare muler, DOLLAIW per year, cash. OIJ m well m gtna' alnco Saturday night. It lip the $287; One pair 10 hand mare male, $322; In this oiler, beam new muicrlber ar embraced anuawUra at 91 andUaaluilr one pair 16 hand mules, $315; one pair 10 provided the pay within the time speclfl-e- d ever came Into a atnful world. hand horse mnlet, $312; one 10 hand mare and a. year In sdranc. ell irreingei An Invitation I extended to all the la mule, $188; one aged horse mule, $143 60, who complain Kow li the dunce for tho and wltnea the another for $130, another for $139, and six die to call (hit 1 2 60 It mare thin ther can pay for a grand opening of cloaka at Kdmliton A two and three year old mule at $92 per ' " " Houlh.Kouth... . ...... Norn..-.- .. .. BOY jour atove and grate from W,H. r. M. Hlcglna and be ready for cold weather. ....-- .. oo r. . ...,. I 01 1. M. A.T. IttrrcHinn ahot litmaelf through -- II1i,l(, ..a, CAW ....! M -- J. M. Hall eM to O, B. Woo4eeekr 10 head of ImlchtM cattle averaging 95 11m., at 3 and $1 per head premium, It. McMlcl.ael and McCtmtock A Son Jersey at Lexington for sold teventv-thrtf- l $17,200, an average of $234.80, Willie 0. Dann, Stafford, Ky , aold to AlbertO. Hall, New York, the bay mare Maude Messenger, by Messenger Chief, 1st dam by Gentle lirecxt, 2nd dam by Alexander's Abdallah, .Ird dam by Red Jack- nr the foot Saturday evening while attempt Ing to ahoot a hawk. poac30011 OwaleV LOCAL NOTICES. ' Lahki.1 Bird, who waa confined In jail her a long time, waiacnullted at London Bur iUum of Penny A MoAIItter. School Doors el McIlobertsandSUgir. of car breaking but'lMmtdlalely arretted Ammunition of all kind at McReew U for burning thecouny jail, ao he I itill In A Blagle, who mur McAllster'. dered, robbed, and threw their bodiee over Colt' Doable lireeclvlnad.nj. at A BUh'i. a cllfl, three men who wero camped netr 8tanak.i fea'd'iMiW HnU at Mc- - Cumberland Fall Ktatlon on Ihe 0. S. It. R.,' waa trleil at Uotntrfet, Friday, and con StkrtWXltikciAUn (kn. Ivn'riy1 demned to be hung. Several other men . I. I .A .iCAiisier ikj.o agrm. have Wen convicted of murder during the W'k can tell you a gun any wbre from term. to $70. Mcltobert A HUrc The change Sn the K. C ichtdulo it Baamii Dtw.Mock .of eery thing in die '' Jewelry line at Penny A MoAIItter'. amajt. The mall train heretofore leaving Watchu, Clock and Jewelry repaired here for Cincinnati at 10 20 A. M. now rt and wnrraoUil by Penny 'A McAllster. . at 10.45 and reach en It deatlnatlon at 'FoKVotfihicoldi, AS, "H-- Ooaponnc, J20 r, M., the eame lime a before. ReIn iWo and 60c 8rup White Pisa. r Tnt up Meftolwrt A turning thl train leave at 8 A.M. and get bottle. ' 'Trial iMMO her at 1 16 r. u , a gain of 15 minute in 8lag. time. The mixed train run a heretofore. PERSONAL' The Ciliaen' National Bank at LancasMb. X?. M.'iJkioiit la quite 'lit wUh ter, It (ueeeedinR beyond the expectation neuralgia. of il moot tangtjine friend. It i juat H JpHK,f..BluaitT .sited to J,gu!iTile even month old and from 111 report lust and Cincfnns.i fcUturVliy. and Itaueil, we observe that tU loan Miss 1eu.b IIaKEIi, of Lebanon, la amount to $123,071X0; It aarplo the suett of Mn. J. 0. Florence. fund to. $100.97; undivided profit to $3 Nic stock of birthday card at Penny A BtM'. -' hoc The young'flend Frank ft head. The October corn report of the De partment of Agriculture shows that the a general average condition I seventy-five- , falling o(T of eix per csnt, aince September 1. The product ot the year will be dote to sixteen hundred million bushels, with more raft com than last year, mostly in a region that consume their entire crop. The wheat will exceed four hundred million bushels and may reach four hundred ind twenty million. The yield of oat U a full average and the quality averThe crop will aggregate ts?? nlacty-elght- . fire hundred million bushels. LINCOLN COUHTf. ls,rth MumJcmnik Duncan, of Lancaster, ber sister, Mrs, 1LO, Warren. Mb. II..B. Camsiiz U now traytllng man for J. J. Vance A Co , Corlogton. Mr. Hwhy W. (Jrem left yesterday to make bis home in Kanua City, Mo. Mr. D. It. Edmuton returned jester-dafrom a vlait to Dr. Friable, at Klrks'llle. Mis Kittjr IIkhiiks, a Crab Orchard beauty, Is the gueat of MIm Loutnna y eo3"and;iU 410 09. Individual deposit Cathter J. P. Sandlfer to$07, la justly proud of hi success. Conrl of Appeal has at lasl decided the Phillip Will cair, which excited to much Interest a few years ago. The case came to thla county from Marion, and the contest was aa to which of two paptrs was the true and last will of D. W. Phillip. The paper purportinR lo have bieu executed In 1SC9 refer the properly to the nominated executor, J O. Phill!j, In trust for the aon of D. W. Phillips, and In Ibe event of his ton's death, to certain charitable uses. The paper executed after the death of the testator' ton, 1S77, gives the estate lo his nephew and nearest kin. The jury found for Ihe will of 1877, and the Appellato Court sntUln thin verdict, but reverse the case on the question of coal. The record in the case is a very large one, containing about two thousand erpsges, and one hundred and alxty-nln- a rors are assigned by Ihe appellant. Huttonnlle. tit TUffhtme.) -- J, W. Allen told to W. II. Hudson, 63 bad, of 1,180 lb. cattle at 4; and 73 hogs, 230 lb. average at 4J. Rev. Dr. .Martin, of Danville, will preach at the Presbyterian church here, next Sunday morning and night. It. M. lilshop, Jr., of Clark county, ia visiting relative hero, John W Greenwood and family, left via.. Ihe O. A M, for Holdaui, Mo., Muuntn. In a drunken row at More-lanabout 6 o'clock thi evening, Dudley Vaughl cut and instantly killed C. C. Coopcndorfcr. Vaught left immediately and Din Miller ha gone In pursuit. W. y. The Jam. went to Louti-wilHalurdaj, to penl few dara with her hu band. Uu PmritERiuKDCu and MlaeOra Ullmofi, of'NIcliolMTlllr, are gueela of Mr. Job HevEitAHCr: ls U. Anuru. .Ma. Cot. Aixur and MIese Mamie at the SIbm ami LwMle Allen arrived Ik, ! Col,7ttrday. ' i Mws a hone, bf the. lllnes of her brother, lis rtnrftWb Caldwdl College, Mr, gki Miw. K- P. Owuley and 1 Mine Burnsidc left yesterday to Exposition. the Great are out for the wedding next TueeJaj morning, at id o'clock, of Mr. T. M Thatcher and MIm MIm Nannie Perkins. 8oraersl Republican, Mr Axi Ma.- - A R. Penut', Misa Ktllie. and' Ueorge? Penny, Mr, Ueuedict BpaldlefcMr. W. M. Lackey and Mine KanoiellilL aod.Mljdred Iewla firmed a jirly to he EipbatB Friday.' lebted to Dr. J. W. Dawaoo, ,W are of Qjevelaftil,' O , for a copy of tho llain Tkaltr, announcing the result in Ohio. Ita G'rt pige )) ornamented iwilli eight root, tin, each teeming to vie with the other in cfowii the loudt. e ii.M hi Cocke returned to the Saturday from her home at 8omer vjlle, tenn j whllher the had been to attend the bedaidt of her djring father? IB lir. kid bereaTementahe jia tho and aympathy of a community which learned to lore bet, hit - Laura Jones, "who waa deUlned iijr via-1- IIiohwayKoubekv. bj Mr thai O. J. Newltnd, Sunday afternoon, on a who gave their name a Jawt and A feck Smith, were arretted Two young into, Vernon warrant aworn out by one Schlcgel Milch, a Swiss, rlinrging them with Milch' atory. told In vert bad English, Is that he waa walking along the Lancviter pike to Blanford, when he was overtaken by the men, who, after asking him hi destination, insisted on bis getting up and taking a ride with them. lie did to, and one asked him to let him see hi watch. Very Innocently he compiled, and when he asked for ita return, was told that it'h ad been lost. Marshal Newland pursued the men and when he ordered them to halt, one of them drew hi pistol. Nothing daunted, Newland noon covered him with hbyand taking th'm ' in tow' brought Ihem triumphantly back to town. Both bad hug pistol on, concealed, of which they were relieved, and tbey were I lodged in jail. They claim thai they live LOCAL MATTERS. In Garrard county, nd that they were tannK! fli!N! GunsI llriiht A Curran. king the horse over lo Moreland, to bring wagon for John Vernon, The inb VirglaialfWeking Tobacco a B, back a watch was found on the person ' Jim B.Myert'. J" Vernon, with Mllch'a name in It. A new lino af Quienaware juit In at M. Col-Itj- Aoaiio-leno- "' BnyyiiirinV, rf h , g rlELW10lfs. ' h f u T. Dsnlel and R. T. Noel began a 'protracted meeting at Logan' creek1 BOYLE COUNTY. church last night. Dan r Me. TAxKewUsdAWhUe'e Flour the bett The meeting at Republican church In Mr. Boyle Larimer, of the Topeka, atralght flour made for aale by T. It. WalMadison, conducted bv Rev. J, M. Bruce Kansas, bar, ia here on a visit to the famiton. and II. T.Daniel, closed 8unday with 17 ly of his father, Mr, Simuel Larimer. Waiter G.GnEBHwaiicomuilMloned P addition. Warren A.Rusjell returned from LexM.at Arabia, and O. D. Morgan at Lily, At the Congregational Council in aetaion ington, on Friday,-wit"Nobby" jhich lail week. at Concord, N. IL, It W reported that trotted with uino starter In the 2 25 claas, IIeuiuder we are tale agent for Philips there had been a net gain of 202 churches and took the third money $10. Nobby A Oroa.' Lebanon celebrated ltoller Patent in the last three year. Ther are 874 trotted the last half mile in 1:08; last quarmore churche In Ihe United elate thin ter in 33 second-2:- 12 gait third heat. Flour. Bright A Curran. to uiplr them. The contri On Saturday night at Junction City, merchant here A wee little boy aaked a all objecU since the lasl meet- - three negroes, Sam Fields, Bill King and jeiterday for "Ua centa worth of the bution for Rill McltobcrU became Involved In a fight, make corn bread outen." flour yoa ' 000,000. when Sam shot the other two, King In rtoBlty, Saturday next AThU aale of the leg and Mcltobert in the thigh. Field lahITstocx and chop. 'Siulre J. B. Murphy, will dUpoao of ae October' whui'Ol, and corn 48J far was brought here and placed in jail to cattle. eateea head of fine pedigreed await the injuries of the wounded men. the figure at Chicago. A brainey and brilliant contemporary In a difficult; near Bright, Saturday cattle in LexingAt a aale of Jersey in a recent issue, say aeveuteen time in eveninf, Sllaa Kaya eUbbed Ed. Miller ton, 64 head brought $14,090. twice in a difficulty over aome money. Fat hogaat 4 centa and do. sheep at G one column, "Slay the drink fiend!" All right, pard, let' alay him, let' quench hi comprehentive line of Tin- ctnta, ate present price in Bourbon. New and Reuben Williams aold to Maj. Bllgall, Pre, and when that has been doae, let u Olaiaware, Btoneware, llarnera ware, turn our moral water work on the loudcattle at 4J cent.. 15 head, 1,170-lb- . and general (Irocerle at T. It. Walton'. The LoufavJIla race ejoeed Saturday mouthed, bellowing llypocracy fiend, and mil I Fhekjht Conductor II. 0. Farmer fell after a very successful meeting of 10 days, the Tart fiend, for all "them feller must iru. from hit train near Pari, Saturday, break- during which 70 races were run. It wa Mr. John Oakburst, who rose ing hi leg and mangling him about the Bonlta trotted a mllo In 2.18) at Lex- from the table after winning $5,000 and face, He will probably die. ington, beating remarked bow strange It waa that "some record one quarter of a second. iieoplo considered cards a waate of time," traveling in are A couple of rwcal A Clark county farmer raited Jl,000 There I a young man la Danville, who la Kentucky propoalng to clean feather-be- d buihl of potatoes on at acre of ground, or a email turn. The get the bade and He reallted aevenly Are rent per bushel dlspoted to entertain the same favorable doubt a to lotteries, for in the latlyear he prooiUe to return thorn in a certain lime, for them by chipping them lo Richmond has drawn from tho Louisiana concern at and that' the Ut of them. Beware of Va. . The average crowd waa In attendance different tiniti $5, $10, $20, and on Saturthem. yesterday. Capt. 11, at It will be (oh coeaolatlon toVtboaeof T. the Danville court, 250 or 300 cattle on day last, $80. The preachers here In attendance ou Rush reports about who wveMed in .ticket to out, Tom' Cabin Show, the market, of common to good quality, the Synod (Northern Presbyterian), held tboayAKIlia' Uncle Sunday,and wlater, to know One biwcU of extra nice told at $1.80 per service In all Ihe Churche on which pwfwwd hew were distributed as follow I after organlileg for the winter, It went cwl. General sales from 4 lo 4) cent for that 21, Ciiuucii.0.39 A. u. Syuodical PrayYearling to piece at Indianapolis Saturday Bight best awl 3 to four for commas). brought from $05 to $75 per bead. er Meeting, 11 A. M., Preaching W. O. laet. May we never look upon it like mule Young, D. D.J 3 p. ., Prayer Meeting; 7. Plug borM from $90 to $110. again. Buy the Oale Chilled Plow Walton. aid chetpeat of'T. the but I. -- Rev. II. laMr. John dle behind Mr. Sigler' counter. Prof. Rice' school i now in a flourishing condition; It numbers forty scholars. The public school numbers Gfly scholars. Ti. Will B. Pennr, a dentist from your city, ha been at the Harris House for about a we;k and is doing work for a number of persons here. Rev. Mr. Vanhook delivered two excellent sermons at the Christian church laat Sunday morning and night. Elder. S. Collier did not arrive until yesterday. No confession up lodale. Mr. John Curtis and family left Sunday night for Indiana, their future home. Mrs. Hannah Sieger has employed Mis Cynthia Carson to nraist her in ber Millinery department daring the busy fall and Miss Katie Douglas in the dressmaking department. Several crowd from here have gone hickory nut and grape hunting in the Inst week. One croud a as chaperoned by Mr. W. It. Dillion, another by Mr. Dr. Pettus, and (till another by Mr. Wm. (JirnelL We are in favor of a chestnut hunt. What say the youug folkiT . Mrs. W. M. Higgiua ha been very sick fur several dajs. Wo are indebted to a friend for the following item: Mr. II. R Jones is quite ill with fever. And we have been told that two of our young ladies are very sad on account of it. In your last issue wo were pleated to notice thnt Miss Ella Love, of Quincy, Florida, now in your city. We remember Etta a one of our especial favorite friends, and hope to among our school-gir- l hare the pleasure'tjf seeing her ere ahe returns lo the sweet, tunny south. Last Baturday we accepted an Invitation to visit Mia Mollle Book' art etudlo, which ha" been moytd to a room over Mr. John EdmUton's atore. While there we were shown eciue beautiful paintjnga Among the number the following three especial mention: A landscape painting, by Mit)Llda Edmiston; a largo bouquet of panties, by Mr. Mary Carton; and a lovely wreath of wild flower by Mr. Tobln, of Austin, Texas. sea-to- n, 1 Crab Orchard. Mtgce now wait on tho Rev, II. W.Taylor. At the Messenger Chief colt show on Saturday evening, 21 beautiful bay, the same color a their famous elre, were ex hibited, Tho 1st premium of $100 was taken by Frank Logan' fine colt (name forgotten), whose dam wa by Gill, out of a Green Mountain Black Hawk marc; 2d premium o( $75 by Gentry A Son's colt, dam the dam of Red Jim; 3d premium $75 by J, T. Mock' colt, dam by Brown Chief, 2d dam by John Dlllard; 4lh premium $23, Gentry A Son' filly,! dam by Clark Chief, 2d dam dam of Red Jim. Logan's colt which took Ihe first premium took Hover "William M." of whom Barney Tracy, of I'M Is., In a recently issned cata logue says "William M ia a bay colt with small star, very One tht, with a.lault-le- t shape, breeding not surpassed by nny colt in Kentucky, aa In It I found Hani' lltoman, Mambrlno Chief, Norman, with Brown Pilot, all on a foundation of thor oughbred. He Was exhibited at the Dan ville Ky. Fair, Aug. 10th, 1833, and took let premium over 18 tlud colts tha same ago and aupposed to be the best lot ever exhibited In a fair ring at one' time In Kentucky, Ills half brother, Red Jim, trotted In 2 28, a a llnee year old, and Red the Jim' sire wa not so good a horse sire 6f tht colt. On Sunday morning a man, hi wife, and a very young child, arrived in town by the 5 o'clock train, 'and stopped at J the Central Honso, The guest were all asleep when the strangers camr, and at breakfast time none of them knew they were in the house At that hour the baby wa fretful nnd when It mother had toothed It to aleep, Mr. Tborell, the landlord, told her to lay it on the bed In bis room while the went to breakfast. Bhe did to, and a lady boarder passing by a e moment later, Mr. Tborell with a expression of countenance, called her attention to the child that had been left In bis room, adding that he wa "so sorry it happened whileMsdame waslnChlcago." In five minutes every body in the house had heard the news, in a half hour it had spread over all the territory South of Main Street. In thrae quarters of an hour the town knew all about.it, and the wise one began to recollect that they had "always thought John Peter wa a aly old fox." Many came to look at tha child, and John Peter humored the joke until Ihe newspaper correspondents flocked in in search of the particular when he put an end to the sensation by giving the facie as above narrated. north-bound wobe-gon- show our appieclallon of the good the gods, or rather the goileases, had provl Jed. "AWihI shorn! my alntiom fora horwlVM Rtebsrd Ihs'TMH, st 'the bttll of Boiwcrlh Prwchleg , J. N. Erwln, D. D.; viW r. M., Never, if action can testify, wa appreciacordial. The board Field, "Mck" was pretty hsrd up rota hona Joit tlioul that lime. Th boy who went In svlmtnlitf H. W. Allen, D. I). tion more Just or more Christian CiiURcit, 11 a, m. Preach- wa literally laden with Ihe bountiful, ad- trnt found not his elothss when hs cams out or tht wstr,;woul.l hsrs liven something for ing, II. J. Stewart, D, I); 7r30 r. ., mirably selected, artistically prepared and A'younj msn from s distant town. Mors hs stsrted for LontiTllle, Ky., to AUnltflrallv arrtnffnl rtnast. while the Preaching, It. H. Coulter, D. D. Baptist Church, 11 a, m. Preaching, comely matron shone each a the very ge Use In Hi ()restSoutlmn Kaposi tloa, now In thi renlth of Its grandeur, hid htmstlfa lultloflothn Rev.S. 11, Alderon,7 30 r, ,, J. T, Laps-le- nius oi hospliauiy, anil me wnue armeu found so many will drwstl people, maidens, radiant with health and beauty, nidahy thshoms taltor;tbut when hscsms;tothsellysnd D. I). BnoADWAY M, E, Church, 11 a, m. flitted through their complicated evolution his country eat with thsityllih elty cut, hswss disgusted, and st one, called st tht anal Preaching, Iter. J. II. Augbey, 7.30 r, M., with roguish demurenisi and dizzying rap Tailoring bounof J. Winter A'Co., comer of Third ind Miihtt Blreeti, of whom b hsd hesrd to .TO r. m., FrtichlngKer. J. R. Collier, WamutBt M.E, Church, Ha. k. OHAPTJSB. SCI. 3 iditr. After the clatter of cutlery and queentware had cearcd Pat Joyes, the genial, of Louisville, who presided, announced the sentiments, and with waggishly appropriate determination of character, called forth Ihe Individual who were expected to respond. These speeches were decidedly pointed and received with applauding merriment, The post prandial oratory though spicy, lacked the conventional hiccough' It Is trne, but. In all other respects was thoroughly orthodox. Bot Friday was "the great day of the feast." At about 8 A. ix. a special train arrived, bearing the Danville Synod, The member were duly mnrshaied into the building by a committee, received with a burst of music front the choir, and, after an interchange of courteaif by tho moderators, seated in the space reserved for their accommodation. The programme for ex ercises wa aa follows: viz. FORENOON. audi, sod dttlred thsllc Iwenty-fbu- r to know the ihorteit time In which hs could Sists a salt mds lo order; whsa told hours tho suit eouldjlisst his scrvlcs, h wn both lurprlw.l rtre-- nj delighted tht lull was ordered, mide and doll promptly on tlms.irromptneti It ontof tht cardinal, poind la If they tbtljiltmalie.worklogofthlahoaie; thtr nsTtrdliippotnt; Urn wanted, a certainty. ein'ldtllrtr your ordrr at the thty will tH you ssj but when tht lull or garment It promised you can deptnd on It ia Eicry man who hia tver bad clothing mads lo order knows bow dlHgreeshls It Is to be dlMppolnted by bis tailor. 3. Winter i. Co., the old rsllsbl ofptccegoodi.smploy bouiea la Merchant Tsllors, carry tha Isrgsit stock than any three I tht largest number of journeymsn tsltorssnddo morthnitana IramenM home trada thli vicinity, Dtildei Ihotr thiy bars an exteniln out of town trads All mssiurct recelvlngmall orders dally, and shipping goods by eipren Into thirteen 8tates. corded ind kept on flit and can bs referred lo years sflerwards. are n- . Visitors from slroid to the goulhern Esposttton art Invited to call and tears a stsndlng.roetsure, after which theyesa write for samples, prlca llil anJIulilon piste snd Is wsrranted. II a lull it their pletiura. A 'perfect ' It snd complete sstliftctlo'n hi Leave your rneasurs with J. Winter A Co., corner of Third and Market streets, txfort pou tears town and order your clothes when you please. 2d. Reading Anthem Mizut. scriptures and prayer. 3d. Hymn. 4th. Fall mud Winter The Presbyterian Historical addret Church In Kentucky, By Rev. J. N. Saun ders, of Southern Synod. 6th. Centennial Hymn, written for tho occasion by Rev. R. t bT on hind and sra dally receiving a beautiCecil. Otli, Address, Sabbath School work ful and complete lino or Fubtonibla Mlllllnery, to which I Invlt the mention of tho ladle. 1 hsrt of the Century, By. Rev. J. L. McKee, of taken extrsordlnsry pslniin lti selection and sm confident that an (lamination Is all that U necesNorthern Synod. 7th. Centennial Hymn, sary to a purcbaM. Call and see mo. 187XI8S HV.IjKjT. JltailES. written by Rev. E. P. Mickel. Dismissal Anthem Costa. 1st. IIOIV. A. O. TALIIOXT, OIBoyld, MILLINERY! -t i,uua vi lis candidate erncouii.TC3. for Speaker ol tht nest. JOS. SEVERANCE, Late of Cbensult,6Tersnee with A Co., Stanlord. Kr.. J. M. ROBINSON &c CO.. ICY. AFTKMJOON. Parkirilh. Joe 8. Wright, of the firm of Joe S. Wright A Bro, extensive marble dealer, of this place, Is lying very low with fever. His many friend in your county and in the Southern part of this state, where e will he ha erected many a read tbia with profound regret. His phail-cla- n aay thl morning that while his condition Is critical, he Is yet hopeful. Mr. J.S. Oldwelt, a highly respected citizen, died nt hi residence in Mitchels-burearly thl (Monday) morning, in the Colli year of his age. He was atuessor of thi county for ten or twelve yeara and then elected constable which office he filled for 25 years. He was a brother oi W. L. Caldwell, the noted fine ato1c dealer, and Rv. It. II. Caldwell, one of the ablest Presbyterian ministers. He bad always enjoyed fine health, but was taken with that dreadful diecare Flux, and all the medical attention failed to give him relief. He only lived a few days. He leave a wife, two daughters and many friends to II mourn over hia death. tomb-aton- Tht Synod of Aentudr. South. CcrrttpenJtntt Interior JmtmU -- rlers-vme- ii Jay-Eye-- Se' d ctlM to lt llAitnoDsnnno. Oct. 12. Thla body con vened In Harrodsburg on the evening vf the 10th. and after a sermon by Itev, Mr. Nourse the relirinc moderator, wag organ ized by the election of Rev. E. M. Green, of Dan.ville, Moderator, ana Rev. II. M. Scudder, of Eliziville, Clerk. There was representation of Ihe members from the beginning, and the sessions, thus far (FildtTOveninei have been characterized br unusual harmony and suavity. Tha nolnt of peculiar interest in tills event aa affecting the synod, the Htrrods-bur- e community and the elate at large grows out of the fact that It marks the lapse of 100 year since the organization of the first Presbyterian church West of the Allpchanlea. In October 17S3. the Rev. David Rice preached to the settlement of hardy pioneer at Hartpd Station, the first Presbvteriau sermon ever heard on "the dark and bloody ground," and soon after ward organized at Cane Run, what was tlie nucleus of the present church of Harrods burg. In order to celebrate appropriately this Interesting epoch, the Synod resolved a year ago lo hold it next meeting on the consecrated spot that witnessed the birth of the infant church. The citizaos of town and country united their force In preparaThe tion for the coming celebration. church building has been remodelled and decorated with lavish expenditure, ana Is now perhtpi tha beat appointed house of worship In the Interior of the state. The Synod of Kentucky North was to attend In a body and participate In doing honor to the natal day of Western FreebyterianUui. The large and commodious building wa crammed lo it ntmott capacity at every session, A trained and fWlW choir added muslo to Ibe festival. and general While was Ihe order o( Ibe season. The session ol Thursday were deyoted to the ordinary business of the body. Tie plin was lo receive In the afternoon the other Synod which wa in session in Danville, and the ladle bad prepared a princely banquet which was spread in CheQwetb Hall in anticipation of their arrival. They failed to come however, and at ten o'clock r. M. we adjourned to Ibe Hall, to , Music Address, The dead of the church In Kentucky, by Rev E. P. Humphrey, of Northern Synod. Music. 9th. Prenhyterianism and Education, By Rev. L. O.Barbour, Southern Synod. This closed the day. The ladies came again lo front at noon nnd Cbenoweth Halt again became the scene of a recherche Banquet. At 8 r. if. Ihe Danville body boaided their train and left for home. Il would be use- lt8 to attempt to give in a brief paper an adequate idea of the literary and oratorical part of the festival. Sdflice it to say the exercise were all of a high order and many of them of thrilling interest. The circumstances were peculiar. Two bodies of religionists holding the same symbols of doctrine, bearing the tame name, preaching the same truth, having been until recently members of the sime great and harmonious family, but rent and sundered and embittered by issues that ought never .to have entered into their counsels, drawn together now to celebrate tbe birth day of their common mother. No wonder that memory called up the blicaful past. No wonder that the well remembered accents of beloved voice thrilled upon the chorda of a flection long unueed but living still. No wonder that many heads were bowed and loving hearts were aching for the old, but unforgolten, free and trusting confidences of the past. No wonder that tbe accents "a new command give I unto you that ye love one another" came up among the memories of the put with new algniflcancy. No wonder that eye unused to weep were suflused with moisture now, I will allude psrticularlj to but one of the performances Tbe address of Dr. Humphrey. Feeble with age acd totteriog in weekneiu he enter on his task, but as he calls up the heroic deeds, the martyr labors, like endurances, the theobricurity of life, the trustful devotions to Ihe Master' cause that bore the consecrated pioneers of Christianity through their perils and resulted in planting the truth throughout tbe Western and Southern world, bis frame became nerved with ardor, his eyes lighted and flashed with the old flame of zeal, hi eloquence rolled in a torrent of power and beauty that carried the immense audience captive at the speaker's will. A very few addresses in the same spirit, from tho old head in Ihe church, would sweep away with irresistipreble force the little barriers, that vents the reunion, the renewed and abso luteonenetaof thegreit Presbyterian family on the American continent. ri g BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE Importers snd Jobbers of Dry Goods, I tons, de, (37, 839, 511 Main (Street, Cor. buta, IN STANFORD, KY. I offer foraale privately my house and lot on Somerset street which Is occupied by J. M. Hal lee. Poaaesalon to bo glrto Jan. 1, 1831. Terms reasonable. For particular! writs to us st llarper, Kansas or call on Boht.r). Lytle, Utanlord, Kr. IS tiOUI8VIt,I,E, Homoeopathic I'hjslclati, K. T. E. SMITH, IMNV1XLE, - - KENTUCKY. Residence, Clemens House; office opp. Central Nat. Hank. Special attention to dlaeaaes of women and children lor the past eighteen yeara. I W-- ta to dee. 1 tV.it. ASOF.USOX, Harper, Kansas. Public: Sale AND KENTIXG ! Not being able to attend to my farm, I will on Fire, Lightning & Tornado INSURANCE! SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1883, IUnt It to the taUhrtt Udder for ths ear 1834. It lies on both aides of the pike leading from Stanford to liuatooTllIo, aboutS mllrt from the termor snd C miles from tbe latter place. The farm ll Tory productlrt and well watered. On tht asms day and oa tho aamo premlies, I will Mil all mr itock. comlatlng of Milk Cows, Seven First-Cla- ss Companies. I IiOWEST Ig2-- JT. Cattle, young and old, or ths Knightly and Victoria atock andoneTerj line agod Bull, a lot of Mules, Horses snd lirood Mares; my Farm froduce, conalitlng of Wheat, Kje. Corp and Hay; all my l arming Implement,, euch aa l'lowi, Harness, Wagon, drain Drill, Hay Kake and many Wo will now pay special attention to other articles too numerous to mention. TlRMl. Credit olilz months on all aumi oxer GItlJV:OIN3.-- T $M; under that amount, caah. Note, required, negotiable and payable la bank, with Interest. Wa promlso to giro satlafactlon, and when Terms tnuit bo complied wltn before rciuoral of will giro Patent Flour for Wheat. Can desired make properly. either bolted or unbolted meal. return, a emiuoga ana. uurcs: also aiof'or M. rnirjIP8,Aot.,8UatoT&. TO THE. PUBLIC WOD8TOM 110--t j. s. juvnniw MoALIKTr.K ANALLEE. GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanford, Kentucky, -- Dealer . In- - Hay, Grain, Seeds, Wool, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wag. ons. Harrows, SulkyPlows, Cultivators, Grain Drills, Corn Drills, Corn Planters. Reapers. Mowers Threshing Machines, Powers, Fai-mlii- Saw Mills Engines, Feed Cutters, Cano Mills, Horse In fact, all Muds or ItuplcaicHifi aud Agricultural Keep on hands the LnrgCNt Ktock ortaiich goods to be round la Central Kcutucky, and at prices thnt will ceatttare, favorably with IIiohc of aay dealer anywhere. Mr-chlnc- ry. HKW ADVDimSKHKXTS. IVIILLIIMERY ! My Fall and Winter stock of Millinery now sr riling ll tb fullest snd bandasmeit I bare ever had, and I Intlte the attention of tho ladles to It, confident that I cua plcaso the most futldtous. Thanking my trtendi for their liberal patronage of tbe pan, I earnestly ssk a continuance. 195-- tf JMKW.. KA TK D VitItklt.U, Information Wanted. . wau will l. ...1.1. tn.. Inr.trmatlAn ...aw , A iUliaow leadluKto tbe dslectloa oi rnra. nnriiltlB IA. U. Tendleton, Unll iudorwr) and recoTtry of our laces, which ilall, -- . ... u v,i ant uia noi accouui ,ur Bianiara inrvt itu. lMt-eo- t ...! 500 PAIRS Ladies', Misses and Children Fine and dium Grado Me- - jii v. MiVLixa j, Chicago, co 111 Public Sale LAND, STOCK ... - ! & CROP. ai.....f AAA t . Acre, of Farming Landi, lying on Carpenter's Creek snd Oreeu Kiitr. wiles liorlb of Liberty. Jli miles ftiuth of Mlddltbuig snd known si the until will bo aold ...Ja laruii la CUeycouutT. Data lands prlriUI; on any day from this dais Thursday, October 25, 1883, Aud ifuotdliiweedof. will on that day on ths premises t aold to tho highest bidder for out-thi- rd caah: tha residua on two equal annual payments ... laters roiu data until paid. with i ......!. ffkii.!ir 9fith. wa will suoaell to tha hlgheel bidder, on tht iirsinlaei, our toes, conalslluguriltrics. Cattle, Hum, soma guodsged ...- 1I..L. aoullt JeuuitS vAiini- - Mulea. and Colts, Qi of ths llneat young Jacks lu lb county, between 400 and MM barrels of Curn, aouio Wsgoui, lsrulug Wheat and Itye. two Uttcalla. do., snd uianjr other articles not netcau-r- y lo U weulloncd. Ths personal prvrly will besom oo a creaimie AoyaodullolaaM property will b shown to iuy sou, any day youodMlrlngtopuicbaa-),b- y Said lsnda lit betwieo .the Libon tue preurleei. erty aud Huitousllls turnpike road snd LfUuly au hllddleburg luruplks road, snd wllhluX wiles of tbe depot oltlio railroad, which road will U In running loudlllou Uildo ot two moults. Courts-le- al lo thurches, Ac., lu s good neighborhood. HOS. WHOHVXH UMd IP. Those aro Erosh Fall Goods and Parties; Wanting .... SCHOOL SHOES! Should Govern Thomsolvos Accordingly ' J. Je BRUCE, WARREN & CO. It SO A.3sryOITD. JCY. Tuesday Mwnlnf, - October 16, 1883 CVitCXXXiSH COKX. Tato doinnml for corn incrtvwes AKIXft OX THK MIBXIHMT BVX. etW.H.t.VW atLVKM. CHURCH BIKKTWBI. PBirajHtftXtl, cverj I IR i 1 more than ton times its weight in silver. After tho diwovery of America, at first in tbls geflUemiw, it Is gold which flows in, and yot it community and at present employed in vidua so as to be worth 11 and 11) times alitor, instead of 10 limes, WalmlflWH Itanliig-Mi- ll by th na in the middle, ages. Tho production Company, was n member of llu Third of silver rises from 53,000,000 to 75,000,-00- 0 lVniMjlvania Heavy Artillery, which of marks lietwecn ICCland 1000, and was stationed at Fortress Monroe it hen for all that the value ot silver docs not Davis wm taken thero aoon Jefrerooa go down. From 1000 to 1700 tho proafter his capture. Air. kisnor was duction ot silver falls from 75,000,000 to detailed, among others, to aland 00,000,000, whilo that of gold rises from aO,0OO,O0O to25,000,000. guard over the rebel chiof. In an inGold ought to havo gono up and silver fo havo geuo terview with Mr. Ktwier tho other down ; exactly tho contrary of this is cveniog he gave an interesting acwhat took place During tho eighteenth count of what occurred during this century tho production of silver is triperiod of nearly a year. pled, and yet its value, which ought to 'Did I ever tell you how old Jefl havo gono down, goes up, and if it falls took me by the throat?" he asked, froml785,itis because tho ratioofltolS), while ho shook all over with laughter. which Oalonno established in France, increased tho legal tariflcatiou of gold. "Well, it was something in this wh, During tho nineteenth century, it fact were two sentries in Jell's Thero moro conclusive still, gold is produced roam, and this night I happened to be annual quantity botwocn 1810 in on dutv. Davis was lyine on his nnd I860, without any effect on its valget a nap, bed, apparently trying to ue. According to tho Indian Memoranand our orders were to pace his room dum thero must havo liecn in tho world constantly, but under no consideration in 1850, 15,557,530 pounds troy of gold, nnd 0:19,828,020 of silver, and in 1878 to speak or enter into any conversa29,800,725 of gold and 480,500,080 siltion with him. My shoes, which ver. Tho moss of gold doubled ; that of were then new, screeched as I passed silver remains stationary, aud neve rtho-los- s his bed, and this seemed to annoy him. gold loses nono of its value. These Once as I passed he turned to mo and figures prnvo beyond rofutatiou tho error lees growled out, 'I wish you'd make of thoso who mako tho relative valuo ot noiso.' I replied, 'I wish you'd keep brought under cultivation, and tho pro precious metal depend upon production; quiet.' Then he turned over with his duction of whoat, ryo, oals, borloy, to glory. it is solely tho effect of tho law, as I have face to tho wall, and I kept walking bacco, cotton nnd potatoes ia extendod. " Tho sensation was as now as it was proved elsewhere. Tho French Minister of 180J, M. Gardin, has summed on, back and forward, past his bed. Hut tho nrcn of corn land is not in humiliating to my amour proprc. I retwo ho growled again, creased to any considerable extent. Wo called tho words of a Yankoo character: all this up hi a sentence: "Thopricooi In a minute or , " 'It's roily afTectin to think how lit-tl-o tho precious motals in commerce always Can't you keep quiet?' To this I re liavo now wheal Ileitis in Minnesota, California, Oregon and Washing these ero folks is missed that so regulates itself according to tho price ot plied, 'Can't you hold your jaw?' ton; now cotton fields in Arkansas, much is sot by. Thero ain't nobody, el gold at tho mint," A'nlVe tfe Laratcyc, Then he got up and commenced to Texas and Southern California, and now thoy's over so important, but what tho in tbrtnlghttj llcvlcw. walk tho floor, mad as a caged lion. I tobacco fields in almost every part of world gets to goin' on without 'cm, pretOKX. HAZBX'S KXI'KKIKXCK WITH passed him and turned to go back, tho country. But tha area planted in ty much as it did with 'em, though a trovxu. , Corn raised in there's Borne litlo flurry at first.' when I met him about the middle of corn remains rcstricU-d"It was during tho Indian fight iu "How much can bo dono, after all, in 1859," said tho General. was then a room. JjJu't as was about to repass Iudiaua, Illinois and Iowa goes north, is wanted in nature and in science, art and governhiraMbe suddenly sprang at me and south, cast aud Meet It Licutonaut, and during a charge I was the States whero largo quantities ol ment without us. Governments will shot with a revolver in tha hands of a wUhrhia left hand caught mo by tho other breadstuff aro produced and run, men and women dauce, trade pro- redskin. Tho savogo waa about ten feet throat. I struggled to get loose, but where but little is raised. Somo hold ceed, without sunset 1" front me. Tho shot struck mo in the he held mo as though had been in a that tho territory whero corn cad bo middle of tho left hand, and, passing RQVUSTKIAX COUHTSlllP. vise. I could not uso my gun, as ho profitably produced is becoming mora through, entered my abxlomeii, passing ST THOMAI HOOD, held mo close to him. I struggled for restricted every year. Thoy state that clean through and lodging in the breath, but be shut oil my wind. Tho tho Indians raised good crops of corn in It wm a young million went forth to ride. muscles of my back. Tho ball carried there ni a wooer to pace by scufllo drew the attention of tho other the extreme northern portions of Min- And bona wm ao lltUe, and hert toher ld; away part ot tho rib, and the same feat-tir- o Mgh, IU Michigan and New York, and noticed in the President's wound Ue thought all angel waa up In tha akj. guard in a moment and also tho ofli nesota, that climatio or other changes havo now followed tho high intermittent fever Uia Una wm great, though hia wit waa ainaH cer outside, when he rattled hia sword rendered its production difficult, if not und increase of pulsations, the formation and ed door, and then inqiossiblc. They also affirm that corn Ue bada hr ride eaaj to that waa alL against the neigh The yerj boraoe began of pus pockets, and the irritation caused old Jeff let loose of me and went back is uot profitably raised as (or south as it UccauM their beltera bad naught to eay. by tho shattered bone. I hod to underto his bed. I tell you I was weak in was in llw parly history of the country. The; rode by elm, and they rode bj oak. go tho same operation for tho removal ot the knees when he did let go, and CUB PRKrBXTIOX 6P 3UXSTI10K1Z. They rode by a charchjard, and then be ppoka! tho splintered bone, and tho incision to " My pretty maliltn. If you'll agrre Tho following hints for tho prevention Von ihaU alwaya ramble through Ufa with me." though he only held me a moment or giro an opening for tho pus. The of sunstroko are given by n New York The damsel anawered htm nerer a wor? wounds healed, that in my hand, howso it seemed like an hour. ever, giving mo tho greatest trouble, it "Before this occurred an old reb physician : "To avoid sunstroke, exer- But kicked the gray mare, and away ahe ipurred. cise, in eaceeesively hot weather, should The wooer iUU followed behind the Jade, licing eighteen months before I could outside, who had the privilege) of a ccar the duat ahe made. bo veryjHoderato; tho clothing should And eojoyad like uso it at nil Tho ball nover troubled bringing Jeff bis meals, used to bring bo this aad'leoso, and on abundance of Tbeyrodo through moaa, and they rode througa mo until fifteen yean after. In 1872 1 moor in lots of fried and stowed oysters, and cold water should bo drank. Workmen fell on tho ico, and tho cyst inclosing The gallant behind and the lam before many other things we soldiers couldn't and soldiers should understand that as At latt they came to a miry place. the ball broke, and it began to graviget. Ho nearly always brought more soon as they oeaso to perspire, whilo And there the aad wooer gare up the cba. tate. I noticed a severe pain, but did not imagino it was tho ball, until it than Jeff could cat, and Jeff used to working or marching in tho hot sun, Quoth he, "If my nag were bettor to ride over the world ad wide, I'd follow bo unbearable that I was comgive us lots ot good things; but after they aro in danger of sunstroko, and O, It la notber Live that beglna to fall, my this fuss he'd always throw every they should immediately drink water Uut Tie loat tha lut gUuipae of the gray mare'a pelled to givo it attention. It gvew freely and copiously to afford matter worse and worse, and I endured almost tall I" " lU'Bg that was left out of the window for cutaneous transpiration, and also excruciating ogony. It lodged again so A. HBW HTORY Of ZJXCOLX. and wouldn't even give us a Bmell to keep tho skin and clothing wot with close to tho femoral nerves that my Whon Lincoln was practicing in tho save our lives He was a spunky old water. Impending sunstroko may of right leg was paralyzed, and I was cuss, I tell you. He wanted air, and ten bo warded off by those simple old Sangamoq county Court House, in terrible condition. I had to stop work, the days of tho settees, a and it was only a year before that the then he would be taken out on to the measures. Beside the cessation of perspiration, tall, slim lawyer, noted for wearing a ball oeasod to troublo me, und it is in ramparts by two Captain?, two Lieuvery short coat, slid along on tho scat to Cleveland teuilcr, tenants, two Corporals and two pri- the pupils aro apt to bo contracted, and bo nearer tho advocate' addressing the my body thero is great frequency of micturition. vates and walked around for fifteen IlATTumifAKsa have been nearly ex When thero is marked exhaustion, with jury. A protruding nail toro tho seat of minutes or half an hour. These ofli a weak pnlso, resulting from tho cold- the lawyer's pantaloons. Obliged to termiuated in Now England, but a rep follow his opponent immediately, there tile hardly less venomous, theredsn cers and men had to surround him to water application, wo should adminis keep tho guards from shooting him ter stimulants. Tho froo uso of water, was no timo to sow up tho rent in tho callod "copperhead," abound i every time be went out. The way he however, both externally and internal-ly- , garment, A legal wag present wrote a some places. It is most IrequotitU fun by those exposod to tho direct rayt subscription paper: "Wo, the under- in woody thickets or ou steep and slim was fixed thoy couldn't kill him with, ot tho sun, is the best prophylaotic signed, agree to pay tho sums sot oppohillsides. It is of a dusky rod, aud I out killing one of tho other men, and site to our several names for the purpose back of its hood U of thu color of un perhaps more. After Jeff collared against sunstroke, and laborers or and olhers who adopt this measure, of purchasing Brother Brown a new pair fashioned copper. It coils aud k me, one of the guards drew his pict washing their hands and faces, as well of pantaloons." Sovcral of tho lawyers without giving warning ure on tho wall, representing him as drinking copiously of water over put down sums ranging from CO cents to man went into a BurA daBgling to the end of a rope, with an timo they como within reach of it, wit 10 cents. Tho paper was presented to lington drug store. " Can you give me?" Inscription not very complimentary to generally enjoy perfect immunity from Lincoln, who sat opposite tho rear of ho asked, "somothing that will drive JeS underneath it. It made the old sunstroke. Straw hats should bo worn, tho advocate, who, bending over in ges- from my mind tho thoughts ot sorrow fellow furious when he saw it, and, of ventilated at tho top, nnd tho crown ol ticulation, made quite "an exposure and bitter recollections?" And the Lincoln took out hia pencil and wrote druggist nodded and put him up a little course, it was blamed on mo. Ho the hat filled with green loaves or wet upon the paper: havo nothing to dose of quinino and wormwood and rhucalled tho attention of tho officer of sponge. It is better to wear thin flan- contribute to tho end in viow." The barb and epsom salts and a dash of casnel shirts, in order not to chock inspirathe guard to it, but didn't get much tion. Wo may oxposo ourselves for a lawyers roared with laughter; tho Judgo tor oil, and gavo it to him, and for six Watsontown long timo in tho hot sun, and work sympathy from him." or asked to sco tho paper, when he, too, months tha man couldn't think of anyRecord. sloop in a heated room, and enjoy per- In turn, had to roar. All this timo tho thing in tho world except now schemes unconscious victim ot tho fun was ignofor getting the tasto out ot his mouth. "Let tho people demand tho resigna- fect immunity from sunstroko if wo rant of tho causo of tho laughter, and at keep our skin and clothing wet with Hurling ton Uawk-Ejjtion of Cecil. He is a disgrace to tho last joined in tho merriment water." ' Uio you see my lost oomr" "Xos; Democratic party of Kentucky." it wus simply ierfec." "Oh, como now, MKltWAL VUXHULTATWX. Covington Commoawelth (Dem.) zoxdox xistsur. really, you kupw nothing is iierfect in Tho moment thero is troublo amoug If Cecil is allowed to retain hia Tho practice of culling inau additional doctor, wheu tho ono already in attend-anc- o tho thousands who livo by odd jobs this world." "Oh, jes nonsense ia." office it seems that tho people of the feels tho caso becoming grave, has, along the river, tho public housos are State have but little roipect for their BuFf alo girls marry iu $150 stock-iug- s, if tho lutter is a skillful and experienced full. Tho abject appearance of thoso laws. Tho same can bo said if man, somowhut tho same but aro no happier than Arkansas reasons in iU unattractivo drinking dons, flllod with damsels who stand up to bo yoked in Sheldon's fuaiiy attempt at usurpation favor as rarliamenUry Government, men women and children, cowering on Is passed by the authorities. Louis- TJiq uppoaronco of doctor tho socond tho comfortless benches, with pots of hose that sell two pair for a quarter. utrengthcus tho nerves of tho patient's bocr or glasses of spirits in their hands, ville Commercial (Ind.) "Oh, iau'tthat a dainty digit to set An Eugtish paper has a story of a family, and sometimes, though not al is indescribable No city in Amorica bcoro Uio Kiug" of tho Oannibal ways, those of tho nttoudant physioiau. affords Uio spectacle of such hopeless Islands? boiled Indian pudding;. gentleman traveling in Texas. He Tho patient himself is generally startled anu Bocmtngiy usoiess ucgrouauou as was approached by a begger,who solic- aud alarmed by it. In ninety-niu- o cases may be observed now any day, oven at Mokx people should die oa Saturday ited a few cent with wbkh to buy a out of 100 It' has uot, as everybody certain hours oa Sundays, and all Sun- than any other day, as it's the roeognized loaf of bread. Tho gentlemau moved knows, any influence whatever ou tho day evening, in this largest city of the end of the week. fci- -. to charity, reached into hia hip pocket, management of tho case. Tho consult- world. Old women begging and cursNo matter how Jaded the conetitutlou where he was in habit of carrying his ing doctor almost always approves of ing thoso who givo nothing, and spend- bist be from diseaae or excess, the Great walit. The moveweat was mistaken what tho other doctor has douo; seldom ing what alms they receive in gottiug Qeraiaa Iavlgorator rettorss it peroiaBeat- or nover docs ho suggest anvthlug now. drunk; young girls ovcrcomo with liquor ly, fcfee advcrtieeaieiit. For sale T " by the beggar, who iHstantly drew a But ho makes the other doctor decidedly and tumbling against tho sides of tho ny & McAIUter. phtol aad shot tho more comfortable in his relations with houses, nausoatingly ovcrcomo with Very Low Raltt. gentleman dead in his tracks. tho family, and makes tho family drink ; mon singing und swearing at one the continuiBceof tteSoulli. Duiiinu in the feeling that thoy havo loft momont, awl perhaps fighting the noxt era KxiKxition, at LouUville, Ky., If the bees have the brood chamber uothing in reason untried. Kalloiu all this may bo soon on publio and reAuxuat lit, and continuing 100 weH filled, you can yety easily quite spectable thoroughfares in Loudon any days), the LouUillle & Nashville Kail- th go to work above, by simsake SroTTEU Tail hold that all evening. liotton Journal, road will sell Excursion Tickets from any ply stroking tbew, and caiHe tho bees men wero liars, and ho would one fore far "How much better you of its stations to LouUrllle at Stukct Tauc to tiH UewtelvM wit4 liquid sweet, aot enter a council whero om waa the sound trip. Theeo Ticked will be on look, Mrs. S.I" "Yet, I bare gshwd 32 and eoatiaue to moke them until they oroseat. tad peuad on Hall's CVarrh Cure. Have not sals eVery day, from L. & N. stations time will be good 16 da;, allowlB' staple iwrpliM boaey cImw-t- a from IndiceeUoii. dTwxuela aad too felt so well Meesd into the I'lu 20 yearr, It his mad a to visit the Qresteat Kipoaitloa ever held ia tkijr will see dis- hearty ettfajr ! relieved tt eace by taking coupUta cure sail U worth $50 a bottU to above, wb ia the South, sad seeosd only to tha oat ef Carter's LI 111 Liw Pill Iiauadi. st Pbllsdetphls. gorge themselves aad ge to work. say oa that has ths catarrh." ately after dlawr. Doa't foreet this. ci.txcHKit n v jgry jia r.v. modest, well-kitoi- Elista Khmer, a unpretcfi-lir- a Until vcrr recently Rose wm was d for oxportntlon irnoil at homo for oilier purpose llif food tor mon nud lings raid for tho iwm iif.xftiiM of whisky The demand for corn for oxpoit l now very InfRO, while ita uses at homo lmn multipUod. The rIiicom mniiafAcliirerA of tho country roiiHumn iniiiicni.- - quantities of it, and mnoimt hi uod in netvrch it eoiiMileniMo is now fed to catfnclnrlo, Moio tle anil sheep than wm tho enso a fow yenrs nrro. For tho production ol fAiicy beef mid mutton, such as is wanted for shipping to England, corn is Focdlnn; corn to milch ncecMAry. ctma is n cnraparatiruiy new thing, but it is practiced by a largo number of dairymen in nil parts of the twin try. Attention has lately been callod to the somonlml limited area ot country thai i adapted to tho profitable production of com. It in truothat it can bo produced in ctcry Btato and Territory on this si Jo of tho ltocky mountains, but Is profitable crop in only a small proporf"ii of them. Except in a fow counties in Virginia, Kentucky and Tcnneeseo it cannot bo produced to much profit south of tho Ohio river. Tho western limit of tho profltablo production ot corn is about 200 miles west of the Missouri. North ot Iowa corn is likely to bo killed by frost before it matures, and only the g varieties cau bo raised. Eattt of tho Allcgliouy mountains, ex cept in favorablq localities, corn is only large produced at tho oxpesso of r mount ot labor and the application of considerable manure Every year n larger area of land fa year. mU - tliiick-growin- "Sunset" Oox journeyed away up to the North Capo, Lapland, and saw the sun shining nt 2 o'clock in tho morning In fact, all night long, it such a term as night can lie applied to a period when tho aiin is shining. Ho writes thus of his experionco: "Wo havo made many sacrifices to see lid, remarkable iicrformtuico of our lumiiiftry. Not that wilier of us was s to find a land whero sunset did not occur. Wo hail hoped that tlieru was no realm in this or tho future existence whero Sunsot' might notoomc. But I may lie allowed to remark that I havo borno tho sobriquet of 'Sunset for so many years, and it lias sounded with such sweet sibilnlion, that I had como to lielievo that I had a sort ot foo simplo in its faerie laud, with its gorgeous paleccs and towers. And must I now bo disenchanted? Do I live, and is sunsot no moro? Do I ace a country where the sun is going, going down amid n mise en scono equal, if not superior, to that Ohio evening years ago, which I tried to portray with my poor pea and yet it does not go down ? Was it not enough that for ton long days, or day, thero was no night for us, and that tho sun, by gilding and glowing in the north, without a respite, had disturbed onr customary experiences? Tho might bo too sudden. Tho failure of our old orb to set might well, tliore is no felling tho cataleptic and other diro consequences. But hero was the patent fact I Hero were clouds and lights, all tho hues of tho prism in splendid display, and yot no sunset after all I Tho upsetting and tho unscttnblo sun Midnight, and yet light all aglow I No gas, no candles, no stars, no moon only tho fiery orb and Lis 'trailing clouds of cloud-capped ro'ao-tion 1 antiquity gold waa abwndail enough, and yet n powkl of geld w worth rather lc than ft k Bow, my 19 or l!)i time n pound of silver. In th mlddlo ages there was hardly any production of gold nt all, and still it to smeli of its value, for it is hardly worth In THE BEST OF ALL Mehteacrpt the third. Trarer Heeling eterr Thuratay nliht Hehenl at A. H. n. v jiiorrimn, eiiierinuntini. t v. M. C MerrlaM. TIirrnolIHT,HOOTH-.RiAll Paalnr rVrtlrea erery Randay Mornlaa aed Hue-ta- till IM-lj- at. oerr. BUHDKTT A t III.OWN. KY. r nj r MT. YKHNOH, aad Fourth LINIMENTS FOR AN AND 11A8T. I fiumlar Hehool Hepertntendenl, reornlng aad T, Meeting erarr WedeeMlar after-aeoNun-tar- illHi.i.e H. K. Sima UlO For mom than n tlilnlof aeentmyUwi no' millions I ho on IIV aaro reliance fortlio rcnnroi accident nml imln. It I) n mmltalnr prlco iiiul pmlo the Ixtt nf Ita hind. JTuf o t cry lot ut or oxtoraal pain MfilranHnaliiriKf.lnlmfnt.riM m hII over Uxi world wn to k KY. RTANFORD, Wenhlpbrthe rongrefattna av vierri4irtiiiHTi iTeaeninaiie lie. j. w. uaa (Mr In Q wiley A boh - new building-u- p" atalra, ' . oa Second and Kuufth lxir.' ifji. Unn.tar Hehvl ; at S IS. Joa. Heerranee, rldperlnlendent. nt. AlflVtHNI'lV i V'l IAAV, kkhhytkkiXn, hTiTIth i. h. mfiiu.liljll njAnruni-- W rer. ratine Sundar Nehnol at John W. aad ad- WllleraelleelalbeCkiuittof ot. Hupeilnten.lent. Union Iratr Mnetlnaen ialnlngcuunlle and the superiorUnroln and louil ttoiilt Wednealay nlghla. Hparlal attenlluti glttn tetollectlnnt ol Apala. HI OSlc on Mncaater atraet. AIilBX ANDHHSON, wattae a. vaawoa. w.viaaoa. T. W. A W.H. VAHNON, A.'X"X'OIUS3aYH AT r.A.AV.' ri. rsiiua MEXICAN U iHtanir Liniment Is wllhont an emal. IS petiatrntra nml ntnaclA to OPXSRJL HOUSE, KY. tSTArlKOIin, the yery lion aura of rutin nnd InOaminaUon liupoa-alblIts riTcTlmipon Human Klrahnncl Km Bnito t.rrallnu aro equally woailvr-fuTlio Woilonn nh tho conllnu' making l. MUSTANG by aomrboilr tn Liniment Is every lionaa. KTorydarbrlniranowsor the ago uy nf an awful eralit or Iturn ubitawl, of tlnumaUa martyra or a valuable liorie or px a ve d by Uio healing power o t this nw-dr-- And Mailer CommlnlonerHnekraileCircullCurt MT VfcllNON, KY. IVHee-lloWill practice la tbe HarkrullaUnirta. Btieof8ta,'.Mito. KUhtmnplateaeltef Horn- l a ipwlaliy. OStee In Oaurl-heua- a. err neiung capacity, including gallery, ho. Heaaonable ratea to good attractlona. Addreaa "tHaTir. HUriPMAH. aa abete. atTANFORD. KY. . OAre-Ko- uth aide Mala Street, Iwe Seen eVeti the Mjen Hotel, ruretlltrout Oxldt Uaa admlatalerad wa.t required. W. P. WALTON, - Proprietor. tounilnnaain theOourtof J. B. FISH. DANYIL1.E, KY., Will pitctlra In the Coutle ef Bert, tad adjalalag A'rronwjay a.t At tW. r.A.w. Al MUllUKOM IM1HTIHT, Stamford Female College. HTANFORI, KY. With DK W LINIMENT which anerdllr cures aoott nllnioaU of tho IIIIUAN H.KMll as a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL THK fiaAMCHKH OK A Thlilmlltullon will open III Thirteenth Heaeloa en the Id Monday In rteptember MIU DTAMFOKD, KKNTUCCY. Bnbl.H. I.Tlla'l Itore. 0ee hour rrouistoliA K,IMIHir,. ABeilbetlcead (IS-ly- r mlnlilered waea neceMirf. OfllteOTer 111T1LU BJ rBNNY, U mil Int. ten-fol- d joiaia. (ontraciau Mnraliia, NtlURa, Khtnmatlim, rlnrtlllnRa, BtlT i.lid rlralila, Cuta, illiUIni, Norn.tTlft.w.Kroal More NlppUa, Cat. aait. and Indcarl tvrry form of vfterual dla It lirali wtlhont arara. for Uio IIkutc CBKiTio It rnrrs Hpraliia, ftln Joint, t'aandtr, Tlarnaaa rlora. Hoof Kcah, Foot lint, fterciv Worm,tVlnd-call- a, Hollow Horn, Ncralchra, Hnnvln, Tliruah, ItlnolKine, old bur.,, l'oll 1WI1. I'llm nnatt Ilia Hlalit and ovary olhar alliuant Nn-lnnIlla-t-aa- Mrulaaa and I'nlaonona Hllea, anil MlrTtiraa, Old iuieiea, Hiirni T. J. ItONLEY, DTANTORD, KY-. TH0J.0UGHENGL13HC0UR3E House Painter & Paper Hunger Are Unght, aa wall aa atUBIO. TUB LANOUAOEB. UI1AW. INQ AND PAINTINQ. TERMS MODERATE. ts; In Tuition, prlree range from in to HO In la regular Dcpartiocnta. Primary, RS; Intermediate rreparabuy, f to. aad Collegiate, See. Louisville, New Albany & Chicago always curca and uovrr tUsanjiolaU ondltls.TKwlUvcly, la which the orrnnanli - r the Htalde and HtncU Yard art- liable. Tho aieilran Muatana; I.lnlmtnt atRN. For full partlrutare, aa to Hoard, Ac., addreaa N. C. TKUKIIKAKT, I'rlarll.al, iUahtd. Llaeoln Co., Xj. Railway. TaIhco TO BEST THE ALL OF the oxrv uhk:hummihu Da-Lota- HALL'S Pulliniui -- Cars I AND miLIU TnAINH LINIMENTS 703 VAST LOUISVILLE In time CHICAGO 02 S1ABT. niTjgjtiiK 13 RECOMMENDED BY PHTMCTANa,' Keute" aad ge through HrarliL MoTtca. raatengeri Iroaa tbe K.H. errlfe In Log In lib) te take tha itenlog train of the "Monoe u . I "I Wrichts Indian Vegetable Pills I iron-grat- I' Chicag- oX'I III r"-"- -The uoatdlrect route, wllb only one ihaegeef 0NL7 1KT1ML CURE FI?,CA purely vrcetablei no grip-In-arare, to all pulnla la Wl.ron.lo, MlnaMota, Iowa, IW-I- S mrafirU, All DrumrlaM. THE HARKETjn Debruka, Ac Kor lurtber luformatlon. MUHIIAY Kf.LLEIl.il, I. A.. TboentnittotKraTea ar And wn offer One) Hundred Oollnra tor any 1M-Oweo ofCetnrrh It will not Cure. IiuliTllle, Ky annually robbed ollbel Tlcllrat. llrri itoIoocp! AVILL CUKK ANY CASK. hamrsnaan-- l health re Cb.'l Ofllce of A. T. stored by uaa uf the treat Cntaioo, HL.Junoi, IrHJ ( I Ifrura. F J, CAeney if Oa, IWedo, U. l take rleamre In Infuemlmt you Utnltemrn aaaaaH ata a Catarrh Cure It baa Which poaltlraly and permanently rurea inio-- t tliat I bate1 uaod Hall - waa very lad and I mKI-3f- i dl ieeaaelany riirw, (eauaed by and all dlaeaaea kind,) Aenif-ll- a cured mo-It will rvre any caaeot don't beelute to Catarrti If taken aay that thai follow II rtlKurmm, Youre tmly, aa loaa of energy, Maot properly. J. II. WcamtaFOao, memory, unlreraal laseltuje, ain In tha back, WORTH BIO A IIOTTXIM and manr dlmneaaof vhlun. rrtuiatureold wiilea Hare U--l Z. Mrauv. Jackaon, MU-hlead to romuinptloo aud a preother dueawa that mature irate, afareod for elrculara with teitl- - Catarrh for 10 year. llaireCaUrrhCurecurrd ma UnnaiderltwortbSiaoOaSbottle. monlali free be mill. Tba IXVltJOItATOIt THK ORKAT bottln. eta by all DrunfiMa at laaold at II per Iwi.orili boiea (or IS, by all druuula, or will be aent free by mall, aecurelj Manufactured ant anbtby T 3 ClltUS'KY d: (XX bole ITporletora. TOLEDO, OUIO. ou receipt ii plica, or uimiint ecaied, V. J. VUV.SKY, 1'or aale la Stanford by IVony A McAIUter IU Adlmatlrret,Toledo,(lblo, r) Sola afent for the United Htatee. And all Bilious Complaints K-ti- LIVER run TI1K TIMK TA11LK. ana Catarrh of the Nnaal of tha Car. Olcerntle Catarrti INTERNALLY,Ce or Dally. Dally. hTATlONS. and Throat. Itte taken note DIRSCTLV upon tha Blood nnd 7 41pm I II ana Lte. l)ulnlll Mucoua aurfacee of tha Sretem. It .. Arr. (Ireeeeartle. I lot am J 01pm tha heat Blood Purifier In tho Crawfordnllle IPS am INpu WORLD, nnd le worth ALL that la ' Urarell. . Its am 4 11pm chained for It. for THAT mono, Catlty-Crtronlo qxjxjaei ,- - -- m 3 (irccBrastlr. CraTTfurJuilllr, Lar;ette and Chicago without change. - IMia llta Safe to take, ROBBED Btwt GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R! VJb&tlm&W itMW'IIIMf' kl'aaH u. rr Through Trunk Line CARTERTS fllVE splTTL - Afflicted, Attention DR. OANN'S REMEDIES I FOB THE MILLION. MANUFACTURED UY W. K. OANN, M. D., PIUS. MONTICEXLO. KY. WltiMti Cbangeaiidwltli Spee UirhfaM SHORTEST AND 1 1 Headache and rtllcee all the trnnlilea Ind-de- nt to a billoua eute of .the ejiUin, auclt aa Iiutnaa aflrr ratlnir, Kaoara. UrowaliM-eaaln In the Side, Ac. U hlle their moat able auccota bxa beta ahown In curing MUk, CUBE rauit eqnaHy lleadMhr.yrtCartci'atJtUeUrrrrilUaro talnabla lit Cou.llUtlon, curing and tircrentuz thlaaonojUiscoroilliit,whUe tbrr aleo correct all dlaordera of the alomich, atlmolate tha llrer only cured and rtgulale tha bowda. SICK The world la Slled with the wonderful, beautiful and Intrlrata Intention, ol nun, yet all the combined talent an.1 genlua that tba world liai aver known haa neeer produced anything that can compare with 'lr. (lanu'a IlemoJIea " Medical aklll and aclanee hare, aa el. lit led te dlacoeer any thing euuat ta them, for the cure of the for which tbay are reronimended. Aa their rlrlure aad tuaw are pralwd by theuaamli throughout tha length and breadth uf tba land, andaa standard taiullr Mediclnea, they cannot be anl are fully autatantlaud by tba Kor Coughi. Colda. Croup, Uronrhllle, Cooaump-tlo- o and all Ulaoaaeaa ot tbe Throat and liage, rauu muuruu to thi QUICKEST RS.TE SOUTH & WEST Wliheat chaara te Maaihla. I.lltfi kE", MaatromiriNaikrtlU, eaeaaaa, , Atlanta, Jackionrllli, Meblle, aad taw Orl.tai. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In falaca Cara Without Change. - line Dr. flnau's Jengk NyrHp. For Llrer Com plalnt,Dfpepala. Inillgeatlon.Jaun-dir- e, Conttlpallon, Hour blomach and all Ullloua Dlaeaaea, Ache they would bealmort prlcclee to thoae wh aomrJromthiailUUewilcircuinplalnt! who once try them will and theae little nllla valuable la so tnany waja that they will not be wlUln to do without them. Uut after all tick bead HEAD ACHE Vug rJwelllogi-anatlar- )r. Urhhh Liter Cure. M nal .Iron Loeliilllala Palace Can wlthantchaage. Seeking liomea en tha CnTlUiirtn I O line ol tnla toed will receive epadal low ratea. lie Aa.ita of thla Cnmanr for tilca, reutee Accrwtlie Cif. MKOHf, 0. P.tT.A. 01 Loulaellle, Kr. SHORT LIMETO THE EAST mirDlUTC For KaeuuiatWai, beaat a auralgla, Hpralaa, Btul.ee and appllcatlou lor mi a or VHO CaHHH'ri I.lHltHCHa. Forltlea, llemorrholdi, llurm, H.tula and all Imllar dlaeaaea, Ir. KENTUCKY CENTHAL D. rAB TUB MOBT DBHIRAKLB av I of ro Ii thebtno great many llrra that here It where we boaat. Our pUla cue It while l)HO J)r. CaHUea'M I'llO OlllllllCUt. ct KOUTK TO "I Miiiouri, Iowa, Kamai, Texas, llMoDr.CaHIIIH.StOHIHCk UUIcrM Therlortb. Norlheeatand Wait, If yeu A ItellaUe Tonic. Aptlaer an.1 lllo-.-l I'urlDar, oouU lol.l. tea trip In anr dlrrtllon,la fact,latareal CAItTEU MEDICINE CO., New Yerk. ;aur cure lirpviala, Imllgiatlon, Llrer and el Complaint, Malarial Ferera and all periodical will babeatarreedby purahaalagyour tlckita ela K. Uaod Cloclunau. Pullman relate Can; H -Dlwaare. Manufactured and for aalo by TAKE THE- gant New Day Coachea, furnlib-e- make our othteadorjoU Carter's UtUo Llrer TOla aro very email and verytaaytotakn, OneortwopUlainakeadoaa They are atrlctly Tn: ubla and do not crlpe or punre, but by thilr senile action pleaeoeilwho iiaothcm. lovUlaatSSceuta; flea forfl. Hold by diusgiet cruy where, or ent by mall. Kor Freah Cuta, ilurna, Ulrera and Old Hurra, CINCI1VNATII And decidedly the Popular Soute, aaordlar, aa It doua, leaa cbaogea and auperlor accommodalloaa le Uho Mr. i.HHiH lllUcr-NwcOintment. e, 01 rm & MISSISSIPPI I ! d and h.ndeuuiely lUcllnlng Chair tire lurna Ue eiulpmenUof thlt Old tollable, thereby making a trip oier thla Una one ol luiurloue comfort and Hole aTAll orJera pleaaure. Moutlcello, Ky. 1 ry It. M-by mill will retell, poiupt attention, T1MB TAULE. IN KKKKC-- f JULY M. IMS. w. ic. proprietor, &. x., East, West and North GIIESHPEnKyND OHIO RY. XiQUlsville I.OUIHVILLK Kentucky's Route East MO. i. I (kl a " llluiuutb..... DUa " Cjutbliua .. ID in a Air, 1'arla. II IS a .a Iu 111 tklUTU. I Mo. 4. I Ko. II. Lee. ltlngUaUH, I to .'rum 3 O JL X'CI.Aias CINCINNATI, tha Eait aud tha North. Ire Itrlor Caia to Cincinnati aud Palace bleeidnc Care to Cincinnati Waihlna- ton, Ilalllinore, 1'hTladelpbla aud New Vork.wltU- - Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only Hue ruuoioj ouicnaofe. - .from I.OUISV1LLK ta PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS Jtd O. X"JX5aar.lX)UISand llaWeH. rJorlhweat and Houthwiat, with I'alara Hleeplof cara ou nisui tram, utuimue u ou uuu, r m.n2- Atr. Ualeglon. Lte. Parla. " Mlllrnburc. " t'arllalu ... . Arr. kUrnllle Ere. I'.ila, ". Wlocheiter Ill W ' lO Hour f Mt STS.a.-A i.-a.- ffi?i5S?to , from A SOMDRAIN - Arr MUuliird Juur Moaiu. Lte. nlanfordjunc ' Laucailtr ' Klchmuud r II 1 I IS a . lip p i t t mwpu 10 a .O u m I IS p la I IS p 7 It) p m 1 1ft p u 1 40p m TOO p IT I 80 p in IS T IS put I 40 DIU IMBU .. u .,..... 00 p tn i pu It M plu 11 II att Dm US SO No. 1. No. I. I ou 1 SO pm No. IS 26 pu pu UIU1SVII.LK to I.eUlMll!e,ClH(-lHUHllHHtllX- and the Norlli, with Iiy Uoachra and Chair Cara through without cbiuga, INDIANAHIUIS.UIll-(JACK- ) iHKtun, Ky., TbaJiMp. iu Cipreaa (dally) from Uiulitllle hat lalare Bleeping Can from Xoulxllle 10 New Voik without cluuge, arilflug at Wathlugtou I M p. w. neiiuay- - LOOK AT TIII8 WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting la eaiue dwt Winchester Arr. 1'arla. Lte. Majriflll - Oarllila. Ntueriburg Air. 1'arla. with, fait Iralni lor Lte. Letlugtoo " " Mchmood... IUIU s lu a u HlB 7 He u I j 1 ,.. ..l I 7 7 ilvec-raouiite- Hours Ahead of All Competitors. ISf&yjsr TK"oyl3La coin-.ortab- lo (com-tuencl- bald-bead- al ls thai) A M U'f The Direct Eoute to Lynchburg, DanEinlitrinla and bate 'IhrougU lJaCoatbea OP all lulm. Hare ville, Norfolk, no midnight thangia. Arrive at Wt. Uiula 2 bourt In adtauceol other llnea, Ibeicby aecurlng wore liuie lor mating cnauKeoi cara aud gelllug Bin choice ofaealalu cara of coonertlog llnea. All Virginia dnd North Carolina Inadvanotfof other llnea to Indlauauolla and Points. Cblcagoaud tbaooly llneglvlug IU pairona s 12. For tlcktla and lurlber Inforuatlon, apply to una iiue along me more ot Nicnigao, your ueairel Hi let olure, or addreaa ror lUkeli, ratal, lima, mtpa, dcM apply ta Tlikrt AgeoUolconuecllnglluM or aJJret JAMKM gl.KKMNT, U.B. llltOWM.ooutberu 1'aaM.nger Agt., Haul. Weateru Ageut, U.K. Cor. fourth Mlu U , Loulnllle. 3I0W MnlMH.,LoulifllIa,li:y. W. B, BIIAITUC, W W.I'EAbOUY, tiau 1 1'aueagar Art O, W. MM1TH, Ueu'l Manager. M. W. rULLKH. Uoclanall. Ueu'l Mamuar, Ueu'l I'aat'l Ag1!. LeUnoo.Ky etuaeej, Ylrstet. - Arr. Oorlugtoa No. M I.e. Ut SOU am. Arr. Mayiillle 1 00 a u No. 1M l.r, Majratllle 10 a u, Arr. Lai. M a m No. 17 Lt. in, Arr. MaynlllelM urn No. It l.r. UiMiHIa I vO p u, Arr. Lea. 4 M p p. No, (Lt. Tor SlOpm, An lalmoulh T to p at No. A Lv. r aliuoutb IS a lu, Air, CUr. 1 10 an Nol. I and 4 dally bitwiea Mlehuiond, Lailngua aud Goriogtvuj III olliara dally enept Bundey, " I'aila. , " Cinthltna.. " ralmoulb M a ui 1 49 pU a in I is pa, 7 4oa ui I iS p mM. I Sua in I IS p ml..., V Wa in 161 p lul.. 4 AS p m 10 V4 a p II 41a tu SO pu pin 30 a in I IS pu lu a u I uopu; M a iu INpu1 I Wpn Upw ..rou.1 u Ii. Sp Speolfil RatM a. w. vbmdeb, to aisraHti, 8-- - Kor llckaU, rain aud Infoiualloa perlaUIng to time, con umIIooi, Jc.callouor aeeteaa W. B, McHOBKKTS, Aoimv. J,D.Hlll,rtuBftWt ftipeileteaeeet. " c WaaVo' ' .