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Semi-weekly interior journal: October 19, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883101901_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 19, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9tm VOLUME 5tmi-Mtth(X.-NUM- HeeUn ulefto STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER Centlemendo GS& SonfnaL 2BE BE11 510. 19, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 191. I True Story of Enoch Ardtn. Much to be Thankful for. When Enoch Arden came homo afThe old maid of tho present day 1ms much to bo thankful for. No ter that moraorable and disastrous W. P. WALTON. . . - editor and Proprietor dirty-fac- ed voyage, which shipwrecked him and children, llihllnhrit THrnJnyi and IVWfl, to scour and clean; no crying babies, his hopes, ho crept up tho street to his keeping her awake of nights and de- old home, as Tonnyson Informs us, B3.BU 11311 ANNUM. manding her presence at tho nursery and looked In tho window. Thero ho MTIwm don't eod etipe In payment of tab-- when her tastes and inclination beck. saw Phillip Hay and Annie, his wifo, erlptlon.eicept tomato ehinw.tnd then of de on elsewhere. Her days arp days of nnd their child, all seated around the nomination! net over two rente. pleasantness, her nights are nights of hearth cracking walnuts. Tho wholo bitter truth came upon She retires to her virgin peace Portion of Mr Wattinon'e Address to th$ couch when she pleases, nnd does not him with terrible force. Annio, supBankers have to lio nwako listening for tho un posing Enoch to bo dead, had marriI am told that jou are con steady step and wavering night-ke- y of ed Phillip, so as to haven home for sidering that problem which Iim so nor urn ll I iibii, nuu um uicu w imh herself and child, and a man about disturbed the politicians of tho South, lodge. She can toast her feet by her the house, In case of tramps. It was and that you wish mo to talk to you sparkling coal grato, warm tho brick a sad coming back for Enoch, and bo about the South. The South? The for her feet, mix up her hot toddy and was mad about it. Not so much South? It i bo problem at all. I lio down to plsasant dreams. No Phillip had married his wife, for thank God that at last wo can My with thoughts about tho children's there wero plenty moro wives to bo truth It Is simply a geographical ox teeth or flannels, no getting up in the had; not because his child had learned .Tito whole pressfoa. night to hunt the parcgorio bottle, or to call another man "pa," though that lory of the South may bo summed worry about that horrid cough, or was a bitter pill inasmuch as the child up In a sentence. She wis rich and where the tabool-boo- ks are left. No looked a little liko Phillip anyhow. she lost her riches; she was and poor in Neither of theso things worried him to sow on pants, no baskets patches bondage; she was eet free, and she had of stockings to mend, no endless lot half so much as to noto that Phillip to go to work; she went to work, and of shirt and suspender buttons Co ad was wearing his (Enoch's) clothes. she richer than ever before. just. She can havo quiet and repose, With a menacing gesture Enoch was The curse of slavery was here. God rest and tranquil peace. Sho can just about to dash into tho house and paed a rod across the land and smote travel and read, liko Lord Lovcl, of annihilato thorn, when suddenly tho the people. Then in His goodness the song, "Far Countries for to See." anger in his countcnanco was supand mercy, lie waved the wand of But, bloMed of all, she can eat, discard planted by a look of terror and ho enchantment, and lot like a flower, corsets, keep tho digestion in good or- slunk away as silently as ho had como-Hhis blessings bant forth. Applause. had caught sight of Annio's mothder, the appetite keen. Talk about a The South never knew what iadepca lonely life, and living on the aroma of er, who, during Enoch's absence, had dence meant until sho was taught by lovo and tho sweet perfume of aflcc-tio- broken up housekeeping and como subjection to'subduo herself. We liv Away with such bosh! Give over to livo with her daughter, and ed from hand to mouth; ire bad our us something solid. Nobody was ev- had become a fixture there. debts and our "niggers." Under tho Enoch told some of the bays afterstomach. er lonely with a well-fill- ed old system wo paid our debts and walLoneliness is qpt tho worst evil in wards that it was the narrowest esloped our "nigger;" but undor tho would life, any way; it is bliss compared to cape of his H&.laHdttbatiihe now wo pay our "niggers" and wallop uncongenial or half hearted compan- rathor bo shipwrecked every fivo ruin Laughter and npplause. our debts. ionship, and a silence broken only by utes than (o encounter his mother-in- We have no longer any slaves, but Cin. Saturday Night. tho creak of one's rocker is melody law. we have no longer any debts, and we besido a fault-findi- ng and bickering Curiqui Pacts. ua exclaim witht ho old darky at husband. Cin. Enq. Nineveh was fourteen miles long, ho got camp meeting, who, whenever miles miles wide, and forty-si- x happy, went about shouting: "Bless Prog mi of Sorghum Sugar Manufacture. eight Tho now Kansas Sugar Refining round, with a wall thick enough for tho Lord; I'm getting fatter and fat The truth is that Company, located at Hutchinson, threo chariots abreast. Babylon was Laughter. ter. which were behind the great rufile the South woro Kansas, turned out its first bitch of fifty miles within walls, one hunto its shirt there lay concealed a su sugar ou the 12th cf September. This seventy fivo feet thick and company has invested $125,000 in dred feet high, with one hundred bra pcrb. manhood. That this manhood was perVerled there is no doubt; that works hero, and proposes making its zen gates. The temple ot Diana, at it Wasted its energies upon trifles is headquarters at Hutchinson, while Epbcsus, wai four hundred nnd twen beyoad dispute; that it took a pride thoy will establish branch mills all ty feet to tho support of the roof, and in"cnltivatidg what Is called "tho vices over the State and ship the product it was one hundred years in building, of a gentleman" I am, afraid must be hero fur refining. The results of to tho largest of tho pyramids was four admitted.1 lluVnl heart it was sound. day settlo all controversy about the hundred and eighty one feet in height From the heart flowed honest Anglo-Saxo- possibility of making sugar from sor- and eight hundred aud fifty three foot was a on the sides. The baso covers eleven blood, and when it had to lay ghum cano. The run bright grade, and crytalized perfectly acres, ihe stones aro about sixty lest aside' its broadcloth and put oa its jeans it was equal to the emergency without tho sorghum taste. The mill in length and the layers aro about two great applause, aud( the women of wilt bo ruu .from this on at a full ca- Hundred and eight. It gavo employpacity, which is over one hundred ment to 850,000 men while being lira ouum cuuk luuir pmes uy mo uue of the mtn of the South, and with barrels per day of sirup. This sea built. The Labyrinth, in Egypt, con will .aggregate 9,000 tains three hundred chambers and tlrV 'spinning wheel and ploughshare son's product together they made a stand against barrels of sugar, and 7,000 barrels of twelvo halls. Thebes, in Egypt, prethe wolf at the door. That was fif- sirup. All grades ot while sugar will sents ruinB twenty seven miles in cir teen years ago, and there is be mado, but tho machinery for gran cumfcrence and contained 350,000 Tern-pl- o not ANward, offered in a single South ulating is not up yet. To run this citizens and 400)000 slaves. The mammoth establishment requires 200 of Delphos was ao rich in decora ern state lor wolfskins. The fact is, the very wolves havogotaihamed of them- men day and night. The Cleveland lions that it was plundered of and the Emperor Nero carselves and gone to work. Laughter leader says the works at Hutchinson and applause The futuro ot the and Sterling are both operated on the ried away from it two hundred atat thirSouth is not a whit less assured than samo principle, and both have met uues. The walls of RomS-werwith tho samo successful mult. teen miles in circumference. the future of the West. "Why should will soon bo money which is freely loaned to Iowa Hutchinson and Sterling Baptist thus discours A Hard-shel- l and Illinois bo refused to Alabama and ablo to supply Kansas with her sugar. ed on Temperance: Brethren and sisScientific American. Misiiesippl? You baveraonoy to loan. ters, somo weeks ago L promised to We bavo a great country to develop. Kentucky Education, deliver a lemporancotermon in this I know that capital is proverbially "Well, Colonel B." said a friend of pulpit this day. I am here now to timid, but what aro you afraid of? education in Kentucky to a member the best of my ability to perform that is'rt our cotton that alarms you or our of tho Legislature, "I Bupposo we can duty; and that I might do it I have earn, or our sugar? Perhaps it is our have your support this winter?" searched the Scriptures from Genesis coal and iron. Without you, in truth "What fur? to Revelations to find a text suitablo many ot these products must make "In our educational iuterests, of fur the occasion. I find whero Paul slow progress, while others will contin- course. Wo aro agitating the ques- says "Drink no Iougcr water, but ue to lie hidden in tho bbwele of the tion, you know, all over the Stale." take a little wine for thy stomach's "Dog on your educational Interests. sako and for thine often infirmities." earth. With you the South will bloom, as a garden and sparkle as. a I don't want no moro of it in my I find that Christ blessed the wine, gold mine; for whether you tickle her tea." and by a miracle turned water into "My dear Colonel, you surprise mcl fertile fields with a straw or apply a wine, and I find where mauy people way? Are more violent titillation to her fat What makes you talk that have prayed for wine, yet I find but mountain sides she is ready to laugh a you cot in favor of education?" one- instanco in all tho Bible where "No, sireo, I hain't." Applause. harvest of untold riches. any man over prayed for water, and, "Why not?" At the conclusion oi Mr. Watter ho was in hell, "Well, because I hain't. It makes brethren and sisters, son's speech the unusual compliment whero he ought to be!" work for me. You see, before of a unanimous rising vote of thanks more I was eddicated all I bad to do was to Tho true story of Gen. John Morwas accorded him. fur my name, but gan's death will nover be told until make a cross-ma- rk MAijHYJNa in Enuusu STVLE,-Tb- ey now I'vo got to wrassle with a pen-pi- nt the history of his scandalous amours are beginning to marry hero now "in half an hour, and ruu my at Greenville, Tenu., is written. His the English style," says the Neto Yory tongas out like a slice of liver, 'jest death, so far from beiug a hero's mar. World. A niece ot because I'm eddicated and kau sign tyrdom in behalf of a cause ho esteemThursIlamiltea Fish was married-omy name. Go and try some of them ed holy, was duo to his libertine inday to Mr. Roosevelt, in the St. John's Ignorant members. I'm too well ed- stincts aud tho bliod,unraeasoning fury Episcopal church, Elizabeth, N. J. dicated myself to be fooled auy Had he ." of an insanely jealous woman. The ceromony was modeled after the been pure as a man as he was dauntMerchant Traveler. English asbion entirely. Tho bride less as a soldier ho would paobably bo How the Mormons Pkkach. No entered the church at noon, leaning oa This is tho wholo truth alivo her father's arm. She wore a $50,-00- 0 Mormon missionary ever so tar forgets of the matter in a uutsholl. Like necklace, tho gift of the groom. himself as to preach polygamy to Gen. VanDorn, he could not govern Her hands wero ungloved, and she those whom bo proposes to convert. the baser passions of his nature, and Sho On the contrary, thoy take pains to carried the family prayer-book- , like that accomplished but unfortunate Is uo longer was met at the altar by the groom. assert that polygamy officer, in gratifying those passions he Tho aisles of the church were strewn practiced, and it is uot until tho wo lost his life. It was Don Juan and with Autumu leaves. After the cere- men and youeg girls who are the not Loonidas who was killed in that mony was performed the couple kiwlt-an- dupes of the Mormon missionaries Greenville garden. Breckenridgo Bishop Tattle, of Utah, pronouns-e- reach their journey's end that they Nows. a blessiBgupofitbew, This is under- discover the trap into which they have Street Talk. "How much Utlsr jou stood to be the correct thing la marrl-ie- s fallen. Ooce in Utah aud Colorado look, Mrs. B.lu "Ye., I haie galnsd 32 there Is no retracing their steps, aud now. pounds on Hall's Catarrh Cure. Hare not they fall victims to the lust which Df W. . WMU, CloTSHfWt, Ky., Mjret fltowfll iu 20 J tare, ItbuuiaJe a compltte cure and is worth $50 a bo tils to "In Ibis wctllion of the fttts Brows' Iroa holds the organization together. any one that has tbs catarrh.' Atlanta Constitution. aUUsi Is ubIymmIIt prsltsd wb4 used." u 3nlcriorDurnnI Just at the Critical Moment. not Carry Pistils. Ono evening last week whilo com We havo nover seen a gentleman, a scholar, a person of politeness or (ng from Long Branch on a boat, a refinement whilo engaged in tho duties maiden fair to see, sat with her lover of civil life, carry a weapon. Wo in tho corner. Tho writer sat outsido havo rarely met an innato coward, near tho window. "Do you remember when wo first brute, gambler, rough or dead beat, one who expects to carry himself met, darling?" ho ssked. Yes, pet," sho answered in through every controversy with a do' fiant temper and a scourgiug, slander ous tonguo, and to como out of it first best whether he was wright or wrong, that did not carry a pistol. Tho claai most unfit to carry weapons are tho only men who over carry thorn. When Garfiold was attacked neither ho nor Blaino, nor any other person present, had a weapon. Decent peoplo never wear them. Mr. Blaine's life was as complotoly in tho hands of Guiteau as was that of Garfield, if tho whims of the misera hie brufo had ruu in tho direction of taking it. Tho plea that the innocent never need these werpons for defense against the natural weapons of either assassins, burglars or any other such class is a false plea. Tho assassin or burglar is certain to be tho only one of tho two parties who will be armed. It is a question of grave consideration, therefore, whether all of our Con stitutions should not bo amended, the right of bearing arms be abolished and a general disarming of all persons bo enforced. All half way measures, all attempts to decide whoshall have arms according to their moral character are supremely ridiculous. Chicago Tribune. do-ce- M'ROBERTS&STAGG DRUGGISTS UNO PHAHMACEUTISTS. Opora Houso Block, ZX3 AXHUH Stanford, Ky., IN accents. "Do we lovo each other as well and to-d- y har-rawin- g rABla1 o VliciMlcalH, truly as wo did then?" 1'nlntH, "Yes, sweet." Olln, LauipN, "Will wo always lovo each other as Perfumery, 1'lro Arnis, Machine Need I cm. wo do now?" Onr Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Hoods Denartmcnt U In Charge of Cel. "Yes, dovey: I trust and pray that Thos. Richards, who will Kcpalr Watches and Clocks 1'romptly and In tho best style. we may!" "One kiss, then. Quick! Nobody is looking." With oyes uplifted looking love, sho pursed her cherry lips, and just as tho critical moment arrived a cruel, horrid man with a humpbacked noso and sawbuck eyes, poked his head through the window and remarked: "You didn't see any thing of my terbackcr, did yer? I was sitting in that corner. Oh, nol Here it is! conn-tr- y. Beg pardon!" as ho fished a paper of C. tobacco from his coat tail pocket his head disappeared. She resembled a Roman mother pleading for her babes, and if she had had a Catling gun with her there would havo been murder. Drug, YVhII H'Ihch, Mimical IlnokM, J.lnuerH, IiiMrumeHtH, KtHtioHcry, Cigar, Pocket HoapH, Twlmccen, Cirillcry, Paper. IBC.O. receivI have received ing 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 H. Give me a trial. Rupley. RTJPLEY. and am still Experiments in Mesmerism. Printing Without Ifpo. A machino bos lately been invented which makes it highly probably that ere long printing will bo dono without setting type. Tho machine requires that everything shall be stereotyped as is the case now with nearly all large papers. Tho new process is a combination of tho manner of stereotyping by meaus of a paper pulp, and of a type writing machine. An instrument constructed liko a typo writer is so adjusted that the type of coming down and making an ink impression on a piece of paper strikes on tho soft and pulpy paper mass so as to leavo a perfect impression of itself, which, when dried, forms a paper stereotype mold in which the metal is cast What is known among printers as "justiiying" or the spacing of words so as to make them como out right at the end of the lines, and which has been one great difficulty in previous efforts at machine type setting, it is claimed can bo done with ease with this machine. The danger that confronts the democratic party just now, in view of its great victory in the .Ohio and other State elections, is that thero will be a lack of prudent leadership in the next Congress. Tho flush ot recent triumphs may prompt impolitic action and reckless words. It has repeatedly happened that the legitimate fruits of party success bavo been thrown away by shallow iudiscretion. Tho democrats are given great opportunities, and the future alono can tell how wisely they shall bo utilized. A painstaking statesmanship at Washington next winter will lead to democratic victory in tho Presidential contest of 1884, but indiscretion, then and thero, will surely bring disaster. The republicans aro relying upon democratic blundering. Sunday Argus. To Husbands. You require a great deal from your wife in tho way of patience and tenderness. Don't forget that she has equal claims on you. Don't be grufl and rudo at home. Had you beeu that sort of fellow before marriage the probabilities aro that you would bo sewing on your buttons still. Don't make your wife feel that sho is an incumbrance on you by giving grudgingly. What she needs, give cheerfully as if it wero a pleasure to do so. She will feel better, and so will you. Don't meddlo in the aflairs of the houso under her charge. You havo no more right to bo poking your noso into the kitchen than sho has to walk into your place ot business and give directions to your emin-te- n y mesmerism?" asked Foots' DEAIXtt IN little boy tho other day. Hardware, Ilorac SIioch, flrocc'rlCH, Saddles, "Mesmerism, son, is the well IVnilt, QticciiHware, Biiggy Whips, Iron, let's sco, how can I mako you underBuggy IVIiccIh, Niovcs, Cane MUIh, Harness, stand it?" it is tho where's your Spokes, Grates, Cider Hills, Lap Covers, dictionary? But no, nover mind. I'll Itlmu, Corn Shelters, Collars, Stoneware, explain it in another way," and then Poots, who thinks he has a remarka- Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Woodon and Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin Roofbly powerful mind, undertook to exing and Gmtering will have prompt attention. plain a mesmeric influence on his son. Fixing his eyes on his son in a way Salesmen m Jtt j,,gKJlle'u, that mado the boy shudder, he said as ho pointed to the clock: II. I'.ISRIMIIT. r.J.CITKRAJr. "See that pretty birdl Hear it sing! Let's catch it and put it in a cage," and he got up and dragged tho unwilling boy after him. "Pretty birdl Pretty bird!" he said as he patted the clock. Then tho boy broko away with an Wholesale aud Retail Dealers In awful yell, knocked the clock down in his terror, and yelling "Ma! Ma!! Pa's got tho jims again." And that wound up Poots' experiments in mesmerism. "What's W. H. HIGGINS f BRIGHT & CM, HARDWARE, -- DULKOS GROCERIES AND y $50,-000,00- 0; It is announced that Phil Thompson will soon be a candidate for reelection Kentucky to Congress from tho district. He has been vindicated by a Kentucky jury and now seeks a vindication at the hands of tho people, and wants to be returned to a position of high honor by the very people Our whoso laws he has outraged. opinion is that he bad better retire to the shades of private life, and escape y the unpleasant comments that his Mt.Stcr-lin- g are euro to awaken. h Wo run two housos, carry tho Largost Stook in town; pay caBh for. our goods, which onables us to soil you olosor than any one. All we BRIGHT & CUEBAN. ask is a trial. I?MIi& Vittto iPHARMACISTS IH- - Sentinel. Moore and Miss Louisa And erson, an eloping couplo from Montgomery couuty, en route to Aberdeen, Ohio, drove over nn embankment at Trad Mark. Drngs, Books, Stationery and Fanoy Articlos. Phyiyclani' preacilpUoni accurately compounded' Alio I J. D. JKWKI.KHS1 BeBegUUreJ. this place last night, breaking the buggy into kindling wood, injuring the horse so badly that he had to be killed, and bruising themselves painfully. They borrowed another con veyanco, resumed their journey, and wero married before being overtaken. Flemingsburg telegram. Miss Fields, the Baptist missionary from China, told the ladies of Cincinnati that two million of girls annually, in China, havo their feet crushed to the size of an infant, the torture continuing threo years, leaving them cripples for life. Many woman are made blind by constant weeping for tho mis ery that attends the first years of their married life. A military man laughed at a timid little woman because sho was alarmed at the noise of a cannou when a saluto was fired. He subsequently married that timid woman, and six months af terward he took off his boots in tho hall whou ho came in late at night. or Watches, Clocks, Jewelry A: SllTcrware" Eier brought to this market. IMce Lower than thoLowMtXWatchee, Clock, and Jewelry Uo paired on tbort notice and.Warranted. liftsj Bale i F i SITIAIBIItlXSI! sonable -- AJSTD IE3LA.:R:iSr:E3SS SHCODP. Rates rea Nico lot ol' Horses nnd Fino Turnouts. - 100,000 It I wanted by me. will pay the highest market Iprice. Fjiioe wool I also deal in . And can supply it in any quantity. GOAL! A. T. NUWJVEIiIilEY, Stanford, Ky. , u fur-der- y. d d Edison's Klectrlo Light is a wonderful dlncoterr.but not as wonderful as Hall' Catarrh Cure. Tor said by Penny & Mo It is perhaps not generally known in Alliter. tho State, but Gov. Knott is now enPILES I PILES I PILES! gaged in the labors of compiling a book Vrmtna'u Kew Dltcoveru for of wit and humor. He and Hon. A. R. Pile It llc chinje from tb- - olj ot U tb Spoflord, the Librarian of Congress, hwotofort la um. The Placo-ttoJ lnTWtlttloa jurtof ptlntKlenUflc-tud- 7 aro tho join projectors of the work, lutotatch-TtcUro- f iIImm. To too. which will comprise not less than four tIoc you ol IU jrttt merit, (til oa l'mnjr & or W. M, WnUr, HI. Veiooo, and may be as many as eight volumes. nil aeuoford, box frre of rhirgo. ft' mui1 It is to contain nil tho wit and humor LouliB. WilU.of -, lad., there can be selected from every au- llemlrlckt count-- ', mji btwu up ij hit thor from about the time of Chaucer UmWj blcln to dlt with couuuipUoo, but tjr Tea-cured Mia. For Urovo's O.-to the present time. A McAU.Ur, Stanford, and W. M. WcUr, Ht. ployes. tin Job Printing of every kind Prmoptly and Cheaply done and in the Highest Style of reio-Jl- rr rt-u- lt Diu-lll- gt-- 1 nj J. U A void to tb Nsrcr neglect It cough when a (I win lufflcleat. Brown's ueed Hrown's Iron Hitters and bottle of the xtmtij tor Iwpurs blood sod lo wlU cur you. For aal by I'enny AMeAIUUr, BUafcrd, and W. H. Weber, HU Vttuoa. of apfttlW con-id- K. HawklBi, LoolsTllle, says: "I hare Ycrooo. fly-te- nt bt 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. A StartaltJnlmorwiwl Friday Moral?, if. r. mm.-- October 19, 1883 EDITOR . W . For For one month we 2 Dollar ll receive iiibecrlp-tio- to tie InErnioR JonnNAi. it TWO DOLL A IIS per rear, cash. Old a well as new subscriber are embraced In llit oflcr, proflded they pay within the lime specified all arresrsge and a year In advance. Now ! the chance for Ihose who complain that $2 SO la more than thef ct p.jfora paper. A u Ten States will hold elections on the Gth of November: Maryland and The Now York If'orW says: The Massachusetts will elect tho principal peoplo aro tired of a party stained State officer and alto Legislatures; with all sorts of official frauds, bound New York will choose a Secretary of band aud foot to tho chariot wheels of State, Controller, Treasurer, Attorney corporations powerless to punish its Qoneral, Engineer and Surveyor, boll wn meals, and led by such men as branches of the Legislature, and vote Arthur, ('handler, Robeson and the on a proposition to abolish prison con rest. The peoplo are eager to try the tract labor: Pennsylvania will elect issue: Whether thoy can inaugurate Auditor General and State Treasurer; the President they elect, or whether a Connecticut ono half its Senate and its minority party is to be allowed to full House of Representatives; Mississ- cling to power through fraud and cor" ippi its Legislature; Nebraska a Jus- ruption. Thcso aro the sentiments tice of tho Supreme Court and Re which led to tho Ohio result. They gents of tho State University; New will prevail in all the other State elecJersey, Governor and part of its Sea-at- e tions, and will render futile tho efforts and its full Lower House; Virgin- of the republican politicians to bring ia part of its Senate and ita lull As- the tariff and prohibition in the cansembly; Minnesota will elect Govern- vass. or, Lt. Governor, Secretary of Slato, The LouisvilleCbmmcrci'aJ lauds JusGeneral and tice Harlan for dissenting to the opinAttorney Treasurer, Railroad Commissioner and vote upon ion of tho Supreme Court pronouncing three proposed amendments to the the Civil Rights Bill unconstitutional. Constitution, one of which provides We don't think he deserves any praise, that general elections shall bo held but rather censure When eight men hereafter in November in each even who would prefer to decide tho other year. ' As to four of these States there way mako the decision they did in is nothing mere than a local interest this case, there can be no doubt about in the campaigns now going on; but its correctness. politicians every where are closely says The Louis villo Courier-Journwatching New York, Massachusetts, of Presidential candidates: "At this Virginia, New Jersey, Maryland and moment threo possible nominees are Pennsylvania. most conspicuous. They are McDon The U. S. Supreme Court has ald, Cleveland and Hoadly. Any ono found tho Civil Rights Bill unconsti- of thcso would mako a good President. tutional. It stood eight to one. Our own choico is McDonald." Justice Harlan alone dissenting. The Tun Republican majority in Iowa object of the law, which the Supreme is 25,112. That state does not offset court has decided unconstitutional, this by fully 20,000. was to place colored peoplo in all tho Slates on an equal footing with white J. M. Stahl, in the Indiana Farm' citizens. Under that law colored peo- cr, says: "After a hog has been fed a ple were entitled to the same privileges certain timo tho increase oi fat is hardin hotels, restaurants, railroad cars, ly preceptible to tho naked oye, and schools, churches and places of amuse- it is doubtful if the animal increases ment as white citizens. There could at all in size; yet it will increaso iu be no discrimioation on account of weight. Tbo fat becomes more solid race, color or previous condition. The and dense Generally farmers da uot decision of the court destroys this law, fatten long enough. A hog should be except so far as concerns tho district very fat. But the sooner he can bo of Columbia and the Territories, over got this full of solid, dense fat the bet which Congress exercises supreme ter. All tho timo during the process The fact that this decision of fattening some food is being concontrol. was rendered by a Court notoriously sumed in keeping up the vital funcstalwart in their republicanism, will tions; only tho residue is stored up as cause many a colored man to forsake fat. The longer tho hog is fattening his allegiance to that party. They the more food is consumed for this are already howling about it, Fred purpose. And tho shorter the time Douglas and Register Bruce, leading the less likehood of loss from accident in the denunciation of the Court. or disease, and the sooner the farmer George Alfred TowNBEND,whose can put his capital to use again." sympathies havo always been with the A philanthropic, and very modest republican party, and whoso animosi- gentleman recently visited a mission ty to democrats has given such an ob- Sunday school, and was prevailed upjectionable tint to the character of the on to mako an address. "Children," he Cincinnati Enquirer, is now convinc- began, and then paured. "My dear ed that the reign of republicanism is boys and girls," he said, making a drawing to a close. He says New second start. Another awkward stop, York is getting ready for another when he essayed for a third time. Waterloo like that of Ohio, and at- "My young frionds " Just then a tributes the downfall oi that party to lad in ono of the classes, thinking he the error that it committed immedi- was waiting for the greeting in return, ately after the war, in supporting tho cried out, "Hello, yourself!" corrupt tariff system- - in other words, The speaker collapsed. the republican party will die of too Miss Gushing ton ("to young widow Yeoman. much protection. whose husbaud has left a large for The party that stole the Presides tune.) "Thatis tbo fourteenth morncy in 187C, that bought tho Presidency ing costume I have seen you wear in for GarCeld in 1880 (as fully describ threo days, and each more lovely and cd by his friend Dorsoy and as humor becoming than the other." Young widously referred to by Mr. Arthur at ow. "Oh, my dear, I havo forty, tho Dorsey banquet), is not going to but such a bother as they wero to conquer in 1884 by stealing democrat have made! At one time I almost ic States through tho stale and odious wished that poor, dear Georgo hadn't device of forcible coutrol of the polls. died." It has lost its grip all over the North. The lato Judge Black is said to have Even in its strongholds it has been received tho largest feo ever paid to a routed. The people have risen up in lawyer. Ho argued and won a cause their might to condemn it. It must in tho U, 8. Supreme Court for the Washington Post. go. New Almaden Quicksilver Company, "Twenty-twout of the thirty-eigh- t with Reverdy Johnson and Judah P. States havo a majority of Dem- Benjamin against him, and was paid ocrats in their delegations of Repre- a feo of 8250.000. sentatives in Congress. The RepubDuring tho first nine months of this licans control fourteen Stato delega-tiooyear, in New York City, the sum of the Readjustee one, while ono 848,067,223 was expended in the con la equally divided between Republistruction of now buildings. Uf this cans and Domocrats. Now, just two amount $13,081,700 was put into years ago the Republicans held just French and English flats, and $13,- twenty of the thirty eight State addwellings. 353,000 into ministrations, and just twenty of the Vanderbilt is worth about 4,000 thirty-eigh- t congressional delegations."' times his own weight in gold, or about The New York Sim says now that 50,000 times his own weight in silver. the Leg'wkturo of Ohio k assuredly It would be difficult to find a half deDemocratic, a etroag doiire is express- cent man who doesn't consider himself ed by the best men of the party for worth a great deal more than that. the return of Mr. Thurmaa to the U. According to tho ceusus statistics B. Senate. the grand total of the wealth of the Tub Clark Couaty DemoeratU slow is 850,000,000,000, or but sure. It is just aanouBcing with United States Ohio has gone do-er- about fivo hundred times what W. II. aiOGstertbat . Yaaderbilt w supposed to be worth. tic. al GovKRtton Tmrr-R- , of ArionaTcr ritory, has tubmiltcd a repot t to the Secretary of the Interior, covering the period of two fiscal years, to June 30, 1883. Ho states that (hero aro now 75,000 peoplo in tho Territory, with a taxable property of $20,000,000. Ho regards tho causes that havo hereto foro operated to check the progress of tho Territory in auva&coneat as woll under control. HecoBftiders the cohb-trespecially adapted to cattle raw ing. Tho mineral resources of the Territory aro rich, but comparatively undeveloped. It is no unusual matter to hfwK) silver ore assay from $1,- 000 to $5,000 to the ton. The pro duction of gold and silver for 18S2 was 80,298,267. Tho copper pioduction was 15,000,000 pounds. y The cyclono which demolished the town of Arcadia, Wk, Wednesday Hif ht, was preceded by air so charged with electricity that lights refuted to burn. Tliero was a strong odor of sulphur, which, with tho darkness and tho deafening roar of tho coming tornado, cause 1 strong mon to quake with fear. Buildings were lifted from their foundations and torn to pieces. Brcks were throws through tho air with such forco m to pass through the walls of the buildings left standing. People took refuge in their collars, and but two were badly injured. Since September 1 the earning of the Pullman sleeping cars have sfeown an av ersge increase of f .1,000 a day. I obi ceo factories A. II. were burned ft I Lynchburg, W, with Iiosy, 200,000 pounds of tobacco. $15,-00- FMM THE9LB MUtr Inlerhr Josnuit; Tho result of DBMINHN. LASCAt-TKIt inVtllTlSHIEUT. 0. ii s, first-clas- s .... $210,25025, against $212,372 80 in the Bees can raise queens from eggs corresponding month In 1S82 Decrease, destined to become worker bees, pro $2,110 01. The libel suit of Alice Maguerite King vided that drones aro abroad to mate with the young queens. Should this against the Nashville Ameritan for $40,000 n occur when no drones aro about, all damages has been dismissed. The Amtri-cahad described Alice aa a small, ngly efforts would bo in vain, as the eggs lady, with a very big note. deposited by such a quean would pro- In the Franklin Circuit Court John duco none but drones; even the eggs Herman, a prominent butiners man of that laid in the worker cells would produce city, was fined $250 and six month' Imminiature drones and tho hive go to prisonment in the county jail for shooting with intent to kill EJ. Conner,, a few ruin. months ago. The Lexington Prat and the George Lnndy, late partner oi SenaLouisvillo Post aro moralizing about tor George II, Pendleton, was sentenced low neck dresses for ladies. Geo. D. to three hours In jail lor contempt of Court Prentice was onco approached by a by Justice Royally, at Lexington, Ky., lady who wanted him to use his paper Monday, When the timo came to take him he waa non est. against tho low neck dress. Prentice Three men were killed and several in replied, "I don't get to eeo much of jured by a collision of freight trains on the ladies, and when I do I would like to Eitl Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia road. eeo as much of them as possible." The accident was due to n sleepy operator, who forgot to give the train-methe order The London Medical Noes reports tho which had been sent them. suicide of a leading agitaOld man Jim Campbell, his sons, Tom tor in England. Last summer the and John, and Tom Sullivan, members of small-pobroke out in-- his family and the notorious Campbell gang, part of whom carried off his wife and his three chil- were lynched in Caldwell county last win dren. The loss preyed upon his mind, ter, have been arrested for and ho completed the extinction of his and are in jail at Gainesville, Ark. family by The mystery of the cruel killing of gravel locomotivo on the Boston Mary Atkenson, near Fayette, Ohio, which A and Lowell Railroad was run into by has caused much intense excitement has been cloeed up by the confession of Jacob a freight train Tho engineer and n jumped withoutshutting off tho Nelling, who saya he did it without cause, steam and the engine ran alougto and does not linger what prompted him to Lowell, whero the track ended, and doit. An Indiana murderer for whose arrest buried itself in the ground under the a reward of $000 is offered has decided to express office. surrender himself to a friend, who will Latin tutor to boy: "Translate 'Rex receivo the reward and pay it oyer to a fugit." Boy: "Tho king flees." Tutor: lawyer to defend him in the Court. In Givo the perfect tense." Boy triumdiana Is an original State in several res phantly, after a moment's hesitation: pects. king has fleas!" "The members of The trial of sixty-thre- e MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. the Nihilist Red Rose was secretly concluded at St. Petersburg. All were sentenced Managed by John B. fish. J.E. Vowels is making a cellar in the to be sent to Siberia. The testimony of ine through solid rock. formers and others proved that the society rear of his 'Possum hunting seems to be the fa- had ramifications in every part of the empire. vorite epott vi(U the boys just now. At Memphis Wednesday, wntisi jsa. Oar place is now supplied with beef Moore the diver, waa at work under the by two butcher firms. water, the laborers above accident!! Valy, M.vci & Bnllio, masonry conspike through one of his the drove an iron tractors, finished the last bridge pier on feet. To save bltntelf from drowning, K. C. extension, Wednesday, at 12 o'clock. Moore cut hi foot ofi and escaped from his Track laying is progressing finely two miles Imprisonment. South of Boone's Gap. Mrs. Martin, widow of Randolph N. B. Padgett, of Brodhead, is under arrest, charged with robbing the safe of Al- Martin, the conductor who died from Injubright & Co. of that place. Amount alleg- ries received at the explosion at the depot, has sued the C. & O. and K. C. railroad for ed to have been stolen was $03 In currenoffered cy, and two checks for small amounts, in n $25,000 damages. The railroads large pocket book. An officer with a to compromise at $4,000 which was refused. Winchester Sun. search warrant found $55 in a small pockThe jury in the case of Cbaa. Brock- et concealed In a small sack hanglog on a indicted at the present term of the nail In the wall of Padgett' house. No man, Criminal Court at Brouksville, for rape, checks or the large pocket book was found. found him guilty and fixed punishment at The examining trial waa set for Thursday. enilenliary twenty confinement in the n family left on J, J. Bloomer and years. Had lie been a negro a mob would train, for Grand View, Texas, their have disposed of him long ago. fqturo home. Willis Adams, Jr., of The number of horses killed or ruined Paint Lick, ia visiting bis father's family by the bursting of an ammonia pipe here. William Mittcon, for a long while the stables of the Moerlein Breweengineer, is now running as conductor on a ry. Cincinnati, waa found to be 07, instead freight train. O. B. Albright has withof 10. Daylight showed that the drawn from the firm of Albright & Co., of the horses still living bad been eaten Brodhead, and will establish a business at out by the fiery fumes, and their lungs Kings Mountain. Omstead Adams, Jr., of were oozing from their noitrlli. Garrard, is here for afew day. Mrs. Peas-le- e R. W, Maupln, a cattle dealer of tyChestnut has been very low with Richmond, Ky., was found dead In his phoid fever for two weeks, and is not expec- bed at the Ashland House, Lexington, ted to lire. A party of ten, including Mr. Tuesday morning. lie had been drinking ('. W. Adams, left for the Southern Expohard the day before, and retired sick. The sition, Monday night, This is Mr. AdamV coroners verdict was "died from deranged to the city for fourteen years. first visit action of blood on the heart or brain." Thos. Moore is building an addition to his A dispatch from Asia fays Tuesday' grocery to be used for restaurant purposes. earthquake was most severe in Anatolia, B. Crenshaw and B. W. II. Spradlin, W. being particularly destructive on that R. Turner, engineers on the K. U. It. It., portion of the coast which lies directly east South iif Boone's Gap, hare moved their of the Island of Chios. All the village headquarters from Langfords to Newcomb between Chesmeh and Vourla were comHotel, this place. J. J. Thompson is again pletely wrecked, vnd at leaat 2,000 persons very low with fever. Mr. A. Cbiesman, of havo loit their live by being burled under Washington, Ind-- , who has been here for the falling walls of their dwellings. the last fire months, working at the watchmoonshiners This morning twenty-fiv- e been getting in some makers trade, has and a rough, disheveled looking crowd good jokes en tho hickory-nu- t men. For they were stood up before Judge Barr in particulars see Stere Whitehead. the United State Court to receive tbelr NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. sentence. They were all convicted at the They were nearly Hoadly beat Foraker In Hamilton present term of court. II sentenced to $100 fine and thirty days county, O., 2,631 rotes. two got sixty The Board oi Director has decided imprisonment though one or Detroit that the Louisville Exposition shall close day. The gang will be sent to the Louisville Post. penitentiary. 19. Nor. A freight train on the Pennsylvania Frank IUnkin, the wale manufacturer, shot and killed Martin Cody at Louisville, road waa started while John Bly and Jai. Maloney were under one of the cart reTuesday. redemption pairing it, Maloney was dreadfully hurt, The last call for bonds for Includes .$10,000,000 held by National and was carried by the trainmen to the engine and lajd on the floor of the cab, They Banks to secure circulation. The bolting Massachusetts Greenback-er- s then returned to get the dead body of Bly, met at Worcester and nominated J. F. when Malonty, craxed by pain, roe to hit feet and threw the throttle wide open. The Arnold for Governor sgaln.t Ben Butler. An outbreak of trichinosis Is reported train ran at terrlfio speed, with no one else In a town in Saxony. One hundred and on board, for six miles, when the man eighty persona bare been attacked, and dropped dead, and in falling forward closed the throttle, and the train stopped. four have died. n anti-vaccin- o x horce-stealinfiro-mastore-housMon-dsy'eye-ball- s Now 0 rlcans is seriously consider ing tho propriety of tho general of its death. Its peculiar situation, tho nearness of the water to the surface of tho ground, and the danger of yellow-fever- , are making tho expediency of tho quick combustion of bodies by fire,instead of thci' slower disintegration by oxygen in the ground, a question of the near future. The recent demonstration that the soil of yellow-fove- r cemeteries Is impegnated with grems of the disease has deeply $320,000. The groM earning of the Cincinnati impressed public opinion in the Crcs Southern Hallway in September were cent City. OJ: Win. Kliker, teller of the Second National Bank of Ironton, la misting, and it thooght hu taken $17,000 of the bank funds with him. The colore! people of Cincinnati will hold a mfw meeting relative to the finding of the Civil Bights Law unconstitutional by the U. S. Supreme Court. The next Congress which will meet on the 4'.h of Jfccember, will contain 104 democrats and 131 republicans, readjust-eraindependents and greenbackert. David Davis gives it aa his opinion that the Kepubllcan organiia tlon will break up if defeated next year, and ho tee nothing but defeat before It. The completion ol the New Orleans and .Northeastern road)make the Clncin natl Southern the shortest route to New Orleans by 00 miles. The distance ia 825 miles. The First National Bank of Chlcsgo hai notified Ita 130 clerks that they must all procure bonds which will range from 1,000 to $5,000 etch, and aggregate over , In Ohio It exerting a very salutary Influ ence on our contest in this stale. For while our people are not more viwllnllng than the generality of mankind; Mill you know "The king Is dead -l- ong live the king"; so many people love to float with the tide, and now, "Praise the Iml," the tide is bearing away all sort of men Yiom Mahone, so that his ranks, hi coalition, I s, fast narrowing to a few tfilce seeking whose identity is lost In the swarm of African cohort who csll him chief. A f an elmongi el crowd trulyl compote,! ement that would prove ugly if once firmly entrenched In power. But the Indica tions are that no inch entienchment will be effected. On the contrary It it so p'ent, (so patent that he who rum may read,) that lt Tuesday's election HUIIOMON DHNTIHT, I.ANCABTKR, KT. from H. V WAIiTER, I A MILLIWERY ' My Fall and rrinler slack f Millnt rlflng la lb fullest d lm.Jix.ir I I now ( r ClllrenNllonl OHrrer a. and fnnn toHank.M. Ofle r. to 11 m HAM M. IIUKUBTtT I.ANCA8TF.IX, KY. Will prattle In (lirrard ami IJolntet;ttuMlM ISI-lysihlOurt of Appeals. A.TXOJ.f.N'iaV At XjA-W- , hours bal,an. I Inill lball-nliunt n It ronflilrnt Ileal lean p'faan lb meat fail illoue. alrotxga of Thanllng my lilen. (or llirlr lh patt, 1 earnestly aik tnllniianre lllt icr lllfl IXMf MHS. K.I TK U VHHKHA H. A intlabl rtwant will l pitd for Information kwdlng n tb daircllon l Ura Rflrlnrial i,ANCABTEn,KT. . lftxltelon, 11,11 IA. Haittr OommlMlonertlarraril Circuit Oautt. Will rlttllt (ndoner) and recovery of our lares, which account for when our gnt la pracllr I all lh Oouil of (larrard aad sdjolnlng h did not year ago. Btanford Ibre eoanur ana inmauoarior Appeal. at. Htrr.IKti Jh fv.. IOII-m- AarroitNjaY At XiAv, 11. V. 1CAUFFMA.N, IiaforiMfttloii Wanted. I J. Chicago, III ENTERPRISE Grocery. FurnlturE. (Very iliwrtptlon seer ea hlMlrd la Kltnl.nl, aa a trail throuih my atora will pro?.. My price aro low almllar goodt ran l hoiiihtln IbtrlllM, fact abxi capable ol occlar demonstration. 1 (leu keep on band lull Up of this Infamous mixture, dignified by the name of ''Coalition" must go must step down and out and Virginians are proud to believe that the mixed rchool, mixed party will b taught marriages, a lesson on the sixth of November, which will cause even them, with their "monu mental" sflrontery, to stand abashed and pre dumbfounded at the result. This dieting a great deal; when we remember that their boldness Is commensurate with their dishonesty of purpose. Why air, this rooster, that I send you was clipped from the column of a KeaduMer, Coal I tlon Republican sheet. It is he who wss to have crowed forth Innumerable halle lujahs over Hoadly' defest and Foraker's success. You see his mouth la already openl Bat nit, I he Is not crowing) Oh not He resemble the youth who after rating green persimmons, fur the first time, finds his mouth drawn into the "whistling attitude," and who, upon 'lit ing remonstrated with by his little sister for whistling on 8unday, replied with animation: I pic I'm plsened." And ,fo with this Itesdjtister Bird of evil. He does look like he was going to crow; but a majority greater than 12,000 wa mon than branded. he could swallow, and so he Hi former owner too, will hi strangled by a Democratic Legislature this Winter, if they survive tho sweeping, the scattering denunciation that will be administered to Arthur Mahone and his methods at the November election Sic itur ad arim We are sometimes so fortunate as to see astray cony of the Ijurniort Jouiimal. In a recent issiio wa noticed the name of Col. Sam M. Burdctt mentioned prominentYou people ly as a coming Congressman. of Kentucky have not had the taunt of Bourbooism hurled at you a an anathema, and you never will as long as you recog nize the fact trial the ' heinous crime of being a young man" Is r.ot a bar Initer to honor and distinction. We knew Col. Burdell in days gone by and we venture nothing in siying that Kentucky in honor Inir him honor herself. A man of rare cultivation, generous impultes, big brain and heart, he would wear hi honor be coraingly, and would be an active, living spirit in the halls oi Congrer,where his la- boi would redound to the benefit and advancement of the people who sent htm thlth- anti-hone1 "Whist-ling.hel- I bar Iht lullut aod;tit llneof Furniture ol GEO.D.BURDETT UmlcrtnkcrM Good nlr,nw Ileum cfc5 OO.v Orders by Telograph Promptly And am ready to aery a ! luncralt promolly with At- tended to. ImiicHNtcr, Kentucky, B. K. WEAKEN. ESTILL SPRINGS ! Just Rocoivod Anothor Car Hatlo taken cbarg ol Ihla faiooua waletlig place for b coming a r aeon, I an raw t Load of Prepared to Receive Guests. I bar corps o Furniture, CjmUtlncf traloed aereanle and will be abU to furnlih HntUfkctory AecetutHetlHtleHii In purinlt of health or pliaaur. Tb medicinal quailllc of than wilra r too well known lo to peoplo of Central Kentucky la need a daacrlptlon of tbelr propertl. bareuonabl. iorurthcr Tbralaof board willmo at Information, arply to Irtlo. Ky. 197-1- 1 N. Js. J'tCACOCK, To all penans Parlor and Ohambor Sots, Bods.& Lounges, Bod Springs ana jnaurossos. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KT. E. H. BURNSIDE, Sefa and Chairs nnd EurvthlBg lie leaglBg to a Pint-clas- s Far Blturo Store. km Propr Prices; Low hh 'Anybody'. This Old and Well Known Hotol Still Maintains ita High Reputation, and VALUABLE Garrard Co. Lands FOR SALE. t offer at private sals ray turn of atoul 100 In Uarranl, about on mil below Camp Dlek arm. n, Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall bo Second to no Gonntrr Hotel in the State is iti Pare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. k hcxiMoftlibl noma, la with lntcotU nuinbar or. repair, all nweaury outbulldlnc. and tb land ftrtll and loaflnoatal of rolUntloa, otarlr all bring lopui. On tbaplae la a 100 buibrli capacity. Tb Inrnplk to Lralagloo run thraogh Ikl from Danilll farm, aod tb tb location la frry coavtnlrot. Alto IU acre, a partoftb II. M. loot larm.ou iko place aamaplk. adjoining tb alT. Tb will to sold aa vbole. or dlrlded to tull purtkaa-er- a. Tb purtbawr will Jm bat tb option to oill ran b rcnMTxl. Abo riln tha dlatlllrrr. Ihaabotoilfwrlbod propel- - , amallbrm adjoining ty, vita lair improTvmvnu. m intmwrwcuon o lh DobtIII and llutca Vim turnplkw, containing about! arm. X amall tractofll acrrc, adIn joining laodiof T Dunn. Abu a iloro kouM da-pot varebouM Mrtb tb townofBryantivlllt, MP. In Ijincaaur. a burial lot In Iba Locuur ran-aler- y, Ac. All th bor properly will b sold on Page McCarthy, who figured rather Terr liberal Icruu. For lurtbtr particular, call prominently In Richmond, some years back on or addrm ll'Js . 11KKKKI.E, HrjinUTlll. tCy. arp.lt tf week and whose letters In the Washington lies were extensively read, is doing a good work for the Virginia Democracy by the It la a publication of the Gimjxuyn weekly paper published in Lynchburg and devoted exclusively to ihe Isues of this contest. One perusal Is sufficient to con-vln- na-K- will and free. thde Hperlal rnrekrg. renrered tocramdatUak to I Commercial Trateleri. Tke Bar will alwaye aoypllad with lh ehalcoat kradar Llrtad Cigars, lo FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY ST. A8APH,' STAIVIOISJJ, - - KY. Ilarlag bad Ihla Hot) Iici'urnislicd and Rcilttcd From basement to gamt, everybody that its editors are Journalist, of no mean order, and whats more to the point, they are fearlea men" nd cU a spade a spade. It Is such lsngiuge that we need at present. Geo. V. Ward ia editor. We came to this city over Ihe O & O R. 11., that magnum optm of ihe IIu iticg-to- n system. The nmou it of bn'ines done by this road is astonishing. The car load of live stock, of limber, coke, cral, ores and Iron, not to speak of the heavy local freights merit now, and will soon necessiRichmond to tate a doublo tiack Huntington. The immmense coal fields of West Va., the coke ovens of New River together with the furnaces and mine of the mountain countle, West of the Blue Ridge, are continually demanding increased facilities of transportation. The "out Furnace alone put" from the was in the exee of 37,000 tons of iron far the current year, up to the 1st of October. In tho same cmnty of Alleghany, besides the Low.Moor, there is another furnace in active and succeisful operation, while at Goshen, in an adjoining county, is one of The furnase even .greater magnitude. are fed from their own bank and from surrounding miner. The Iron Mining Company, of Covington, have just completed a itandard cuage branch road of five miles, and will commence shipping from the Iron Mountain Nor. ht. This Is the company of which old Cipt. O. It. Mason I Presl-den0 Tbey propoai Ihrowiog from to 100,000 ton of ore on ihe market annually. This ore analyre better than any in the State of Virginia. Wo wero shown the other day a violin, on thelnsidiof which was the following Vaftctigi nadj Antonio Sirad-wriinscription: Citmona A. D , 1740. In the hand of Itaposseitor, George II. Payne, Eei., it gives fortli the concentrated harmony of fn-iLow-Mot. 05,-00- I Intend Iu Kcch U In n Nlrlctly MHHRcr, Flntt'ClRKH And tear nothing andoao that will add U lb COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. onVrtd Comiucrclnl Traveler. Aro To palroola me, aa I ha to ery eoaeolenc4eh aaNICKBAMPLKKOOMS, Ac, lor tbelr um. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Baggage Transferred to aod from the Depot free of charge. td UhemoacaiL W.H. rHANCIM. d DANVILLE a 3 (0 PLANING MILL COMPANY, i m Manufacturers of 0 0 m Deern, ShnIi, Illitjtlg, Window -. 1 HHd Door , Meld Haw lugs, Ncroll Work, Turn tug Lattio Werk, Flooring, CelllHg,'WeHtk crbeHrdlug, Drcwed I.timber, And other ft o (ft SSES is S1 Minnie' Ilsnck holds the "boards." here next week. She appears In Carmen Monday night. The lover of operatic mualo may expect a treat. With her is De whose fine baritone come commendThe support gened from o'er the waters. erally Is said to be good. And now vale. 8. RicilMOMl), VA., Oct. 13, 1883. Arnica Salre. War-rastTb greatest medical wnnJsr oflba world. to spmJUy car Ilurns, Brulita, Cuts, U. cert, 8slt lUieutn, Fsysr Bores, Caocsrs, files, Cbllblalna, Coras, Tetter, Chaill Hands aod all akin eruptloui, guaranteed to tur la (very mIIIt curt lor or mwj rsruodid.' A lilts, llo r box. 'or rsJ by fenny A Me- - Building Material C3 iLaiTLaf Also Dealer! In ITuriiiliig Xjuinbcr! Call oa ua or writ for prlcei W stuck and will do our beat to pins and quality ol material. BucKltri keep a large you la prior V.tWILI.K l'ZAMMJ MILL llS-Su- CO. Danrllle, Ky. I Iti. WKVT, Ko preparation. UmmI Klibaoyeujp.ufur marking eujrf'.lrjc PvpuLrfurdctoia. alleaoork on linen. HeaWulLeo-lemiUIMi:A- I. :irbgglli.!iJalUiueri Alliter. A Gnat Ditcottiy. gffiEjjE Tbal Is dally brlaglnf Joy lo tb bom oi thousands by saying many of tbelr dear onos (rou an early gray. Truly Is Dr. King's Ms Discovery lor Consumption, Coughs, Ooldt, jUtbuia, BroucblUV.IIay FtTtr.LoM of Voles, Tickling In tb Tbroat, I'ala Iu bids snd Cheat, or any dls-e- a cur of tb Tbroat and Lungi. a poaltly Ouarautt!. Trial UjIIUi Ire, regular slat II, at rnuy A lleAIMcr's. E.UNI.braUiaar. & & !' HulJ Agfa. l.v ll Girt This OoiiigiS-iid&ABuivJaJIt a ittSie) iy.TVlb BT7V.35T3rOIlT3. 3CST. Friday Morning, Oclobor Ifl, 1883 LAN. Mall trat Kipraaa LOCAL TIME CARD- - solnsjHerlh. ..1 08 r. 1 train" " Houtb muth.. KOIIl.M ,1 U oo 01 r. m. m. A.M. A.. JeTICES. Ilur Paint of IVnn A McAIIster. Roiioot, Ilooxs at McHolrtandHlgir. Ammunition of hII kind at McltobetU LOCAL Nioe stojk of Mrtlidty cards at Vtnej McAllaUr's. at Mo Colt's Double ltoberU A HtajHj.'. Htandard read mixed paint at Mo-Koberu A Htugg i. Jm. Haas Hog Cholera Cute. Penny A McAlltler sol genl. We cin ksII you a gun any where from $4 to $75. MeftoberUABUgg. liruNtf new elock ofeverr thing In the J ewelry line at Penny A McAliilers. Watches, Clocks and JewelrT repaired and warranted by Penny A McAHrter. For coughs, colds, Ac, uie Compound Byrup WhUe Pine. Put up In 25o and oOo bottle. Trial U 10c. Mclloberli A A Ilretch-Inadln- Finr. Virginia Smoking Tobacco at fi. The Kentucky Hynod adjourned at Myers' Harrodsbnrg In meet at tfopklnsvllle next A new lino of Qntensware just In at year. Eld. J. 8. Hweeney was reelected pastor llright A Currsn's. of the Christlsn church at 1'srii. He has Ilor llio Oslo Chilled I'low-l- he kit held the position tar fourteen years. and chespest of T. It. Walton. The protrsclcd meeting si Mount VerIn this county, under TiiYNewlantl A White's Flour the best non Baptist Church, Rig- Wei- - the auspices of the pastor, Rir. G. F. made-f- or straight flour sale by T. It. by, la still in progress, and up to Monday ton. nassin e night there had been additions. Kemkmmcr we are sole agents for Philips Lexington Press. A Bros.' Lebanon celebrated Roller Patent The Colored Bspllst Association of Flour. Bright A Curran. the Wesiern States is In session at Kansas The Coal Miners in Laurel have return- City, 100 members being prerent. The ased to work without an advance of wages, sociation Includes Misiouri, Illinois, Kanand the coal famine threatened here will sas, Iowa, Nehraika, and the lerrilories,and be averted. embraces about 25,000 member. Ref. Loton Barnes, brother of Rer. The Docket of the Circuit Court which George 0, Barnes, preached two discourses begins here ntxt Monday, embraces 338 Sunday at the Presbyterian church. curs, divided as follows: Uommonweallh, here on He was given $105 to help build a church SO; Motions,- 4; 131; Foully Appsarsnces, at Owingsville, whtro there are 35Tresby- Common Law, '.'I; Common Law Appear terians. There Is not much resemblance ances, 45 and Equity, 105. Among the between him and his brother. Paris Commonwealth cases are twelve sgainat Ian. oca man, Wallace Steele. H. si m i fifty-onKen-tuck is the guest of MIm Annie Dillon, Mr. Dunlap, A. R. McICec, A, W, Johnson, I Henry F. Moore, left this week for Bacra-inent- S. MoMurtry, J. O. Bogle and J. M. Meyer, California, to accept a position of- of Danville. Dr. Alcorn opened the pro Fall hhI Wittier XlOtf. A. CI. XAr-HOX- Blagg. PERSONAL. U conns MOORE and x'alo King had a row over an overcoat at the Crab Orchard depot, Wednesday, when Mooie hit King with a rock. King armed hlmtslf afterward and went for Moore, who thinking discretion the better part of valor, and be ing unarmed, took to his heels and was In Louisville at Isst accounts. Wed-nesda- LAND.SXOCK AND CROP. I i. fc Johjt ltoniNMN, coi'd., was drunk and y shooting off his pistol on the street night, and Marshal Kewland tried to arreit him. d lie resisted, when took hold of htm, tried to shoot him, but the hammer csught on the Msrshal's wriat. Then Xtwland knocked him down with his pistol and while he was recovering took him to jail. Yealerdsy he was fined pecial faron. Mr, L. C. Aixoiin, Depot Agent, at (25 and is now working it out on Ibestreets $1 a day. London, came down yesterday to get mtdi at leg. attenlloa for a sprained The killing. Dudley Vaught, who Mrs. W. T. Uavohman and Mlsse killed C. C. Corkendorfer, at Moreland, Haona Fair, llhoda and Katie Hall are at- Monday, a short account of which appear ed in our last piper, was arrested and lodgtending the Louisville Exposition. Mb. V. P. Tate, wife, Mite Lucy ed In jail here, Wednesday, From what and Clarence, Mr. and Mm. A. A. Warren we can learn, the esse is not a very promand' James Bererarce, left on the 2 33 a. ising one to him. He is said to have fol lowed the man up and cut him several Mi train yesterday for Iouiivllle. Mn, Alix.Aniicilon, Danrille cor- limes, twice in the heart. Corkendorfer l, was in was a harmless drunkard, and came to this respondent of the g town last Wednesday, attending the county from Pendleton. Vaughl's exam Lebanon Standard. nuptials. ining trial will occur to morrow. Mr, J. Otteniibimeii, Passenger Agt. On the WINO. Passing through Gar N. Y. Central A Hudson Hirer Uailroad, It He tells us that be expects to bring rard Tuesday, we counted on the farm of la town. the Burnslde Bros., Jim and Al,where they 150 German families here by next spring, Mr, II. S. With ens returned from a are putting 700 acres In wheat, five drills, visit lo bis daughter, Mrs. J. W. McAlii-Ur- , seven sulky plows, four harrows and four at St. Joe, Mo. He is delighted with rollers all hard at work. To run these 20 men and forty horses. the country, but looks as if he was badly machines required gives a Tery pu- The scene was much like the pictures of used. A Tery black eye gilistic appearance, but be hain't been the famous Dalrymple farm, In Dacota. fightiBg, he assures us. lie struck It On our train bound for Louisville and hf r great exposition were Mr. and Mrs. J. J. sgalnst a mantleplece . Walker, J. C. Hemphill and mother, Miss. LOCAL MATTEIS. 4I Jesse Djty Eliza Reynolds, of snd wife, Mitses Matlle and Haiti Dennr, GunM Qunst llright A Curran. uf Hyaltaville and MIm Lena Lackey of Chkai'JHT pumps in town atT. It. Wal. Lincoln, Mr. W. B. McltoberU, of the K ton. ; C. for Cincinnati and Mrs. J, R, llruce to Nick lot cakes and crackers at T. R. visit her sister, Mrs. J. 0. Dunn, in RichWe had also the pleasure of meet- -' mond Walton's. ' ing on the train Cipl. C. It Mtson, the be JNice assortment of Tea Cakes can great Ilillroad Contractor. Although iu had of 8. 8. Myers. his 61at year lib is as active as most men Saw lot of Canned Good, cheaper than are at 45,and still attends to his Urge business with his usual great ability, lie was eter, at T. K. Walton's. . . i An elegant line of orercoatsjust recti?-- J in Oen. "Stonewall" Jackson's command and it is related of him, that on one occa by Edmtston A Owsley. sion when the General wanted a bridge jCaU, oo me bifore you buy anything in built, Capt, Mason set to work and had it thegrocer y line. T. It. Walton. up by the time the engineers had drawn a plan of it, and when it was handed him, I You can shoot partridges he remarked, "You can keep your picture. without paying each for the sport- The bridge has been up two huura." To Meochahts. A CO gallon coal oil MARRIAGES. Tank for sale cheap. T. It. Walton, Stanford.The social event of the season at Somi was the marrisge of Miss Nannie, i At Highland, oa Wednesday, A. It. Ilor-to- n erset, wa fined $25 and gWen ten daya In thehandiome and cultivated daughter of Dr. J. M. Perkins, on Tuesday lut, to Col. JaIl,.for carrying concealed weapons. T. M. Thatcher, U, 8. Army. The bridal Cour and see the biggest and chespest trip includes a visit to Cincinnati, St. Louline of Cooking and Heating Stores erer is and to rows, the Col's, former home. brought to Etanford. Bright A Curran. Last evening at 6 o'clock there was a New and comprehensive lines of Tin quiet wedding at the Louisville Hotel. ware, Ulassware, Stoneware, lumen Miss Sarah Huffman wss united to Mr. ItobU Young, a nephew of Col. Bennett II. and general Groceries at T. It. Walton's. n Young, and a civil engineer A dike pound boy make Smith IUugb-ma- n of this city. The marriage took place in feel like his trousers are much too the parlors of the hotel and only a few Insmall far him. Tht youngster arrived timate friends were invited. The assistants Wednesday night. were Col. Bennett II. Young and Miss Mary Tits two boys, Alex, Smith and James Maddor, of Lwrenceburg; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon, arrested for highway robbery, Woodcock, of Laucaster; Mr. John Owen were acquitted of the charge, but convicted and Miss Mollie Burdett, of Rockcutle. of carrying' concealed weaions, and given The Iter. John A. Broadus married the tea days in jtit and fined $25 each. young couple. After receiving the congratulations of their friends, Mr. and Mrs Wouronu Htaole, convicted Frank 1'oung drove down to the Fourteenth-streand sentenced to be hung at Homerset for a depot, where a social car, provided triple murder, has confessed to three othsr by Col. Bennett Young, awaited to take murders committed within a year and unto Chlcrgo, where they will spend the til now mysteries. lie is stid to be the them Courier-Jourdof 17tb. honeymoon. most hardened criminal of his age, 10 years, ever known. DEATHS Bent Up, Harve Camden who picked Mr. Robert S, Lytle received a dislaw, a quarrel with Ansel Baugh, a one armed patch, yesterday, from his brother-iman, and struck hint on the bead with a W. II. Anderson, In llsrper, Ksniaa.atatlng rock, cutting a terrible gub, was tried be- that his little daughler, Annie, died sudfore Judge Brown yesterday and sentenced denly at 8 o'clock Wednesday night. It was the lsst of Mrs. Anderson's pretty little to twenty-firdays In tll and fined $50. twins. Her many friends here will lament Ibaao IIkthick wis yesterday declared their loss. mane and ordered to Ibo asylum. He Is BiiiciHT. Mrs. Kliztbetb, wife of Green-berra native of Pennsylvania, but has recently Bright, Kiq., died at 5 x. M. yesterbeen teaching school in Clark county. The day of general debility, aged 77 years. nature of his insanity is very singular and our years this sged couple have walked It was a hard matter for the jury to deterthe path of life together, mutually enjoymine. ing its sunshine and sorrowing in its shadIt should behedestre of every person ows. A worthy family of children have who has any town pride, to assist all they blessed their union, of whom Mr. Geo. P. can in entertaining the Odd Fellows next Bright, Mrs.L. B. Adanu,Mrs. Swlnebroad week, The hotels cannot accommodate the and Mrs, It, L, White, survive her, and all crowd by several hundred, and the cltixens were present to bid her a loving farewell. should come to the relief of the local She was a good woman and for fifty years r do his was a recognised child of God, having atcommHtee. Let overy part to send tho delegates awsy well pleas- tached herself that many years ago to the Cumberland Presbyterian churoh. Riv. ed with our town and people. It. 11. Caldwell will preach the funeral serClay County. A friend hands us the mon at Mr, Bright' residence this morn-lu- g following! Oo Sunday the 14th lost., four at 10 and then the remains will be miles below Manchester, Clay county, Ky., brought to Buffslo Cemetery for interment. SlBsioo Deaarn shot asd mortally wounded RELIGIOUS. Frank Robertson. women and Cause, wine. Detarn has Bot been arrested, Oa Dr. S. Irenseua Prime, the distinguish 17th Inst a small boy of Susan Pinners, of ed Presbyterian divine, preached last Sun Clay county, Ky., shot the top of his little day In the village of Bedford, N. Y., where tyer'a head off by accident with a he delivered his first sermon fifty year Boy's aga & yean; girl's agt 3 years, 0, Mb, 0. 0. Win hs gone to Somerset. Mr. W. M. Wider, the ML Vernon druggiet, WMhereyraterday, Dr. J. H. Owsley was lumraoned to to LouUrilla yetlerdiy to attend the U. 8. Court. Wxare Indebted to that clerer gentleman, Mr. James Mnret, of Mt. Vernon, for New-lan- cl Cvuritr-Journn- StoJg-hill-Fig- Qul , ft plentiful In Mar shall county at $1 per barrel. Forealus Reid sold to Itobt, Gentry, a weanling Young Mary Bull calf for $50. Mr. A. B. Bonla, of Mercer, realized $1,500 from the sale of Iambs from 200 scrub ewes and wool from 400 sheep. N. B. Hughes who purchased the wheat crop of Forestus Reid for Geo. D. Wearen, reports that on 80 acres he raised 1,550 bushels of the best pheathe has seyear.Tbe price paid him wss cured this $1. The big twenty-Incgun at Fortllam-ilion- , N. Y., was Wednesday, tested with 200 pounds of powder and a ball of 1,030 pounds. It stood the strain, but recoiled so much as to smash a part of the framework. Nineteen hogs, nine months.old, aver aging 315 pounds, were sold lut week in in Meade county. Three of the hogs averaged 415 pounds. The man that raised them said he got 03 cents per bushel for all the corn he fed to thera. The pacing hone, Johnson, who made the great record of 2:10 over the Chicago track lut Tuesdsy, baa been sold to Commodore Kittson, of St, Paul, for $25,000. His trsiner is confident that the horse can beat his own unprecedented time. Mr. Bharp, of Lincoln county, sold at the stable of Col. It, P. Knell, on Monday, 10 head of horsts at an average price of $95. Caritbers A Beard, of Shclbyville, bought several head of mules and horses Georgclown Times at from $100125. Mt. SmiLiNd Court. 1,000 cattle on the market, nearly all sold and prices of Be-iformer courts sustained, cattle brought 4J0IJ cents; oxen 4 cents; com Plenty of horses selling at mon $300120. Mules about same as hcretofrre. Colts $4055, Very few sheep on the market. On the Georgetown Court dsy market there were 500 cattle for sale, the best bringing $5. Lot sold at $1 02. $ 1 SO and at $4 5004 76; $1 70; good One bunch of yearling yearlings $5. mules, 20 in number, withdrawn at $79, Horses from $300125, according to quail ty. MounUin sheep $2 4803 10 per head At the sale of Dr. B. It. b'nnrr, in this county, on Friday lut, prices ruled very high. Milch cows from $75 to $100; weanling calves, $25; yearlings, $35; mules, small standard, $1000150; work horses, $102; grade sheep, $5 5000 per head. Fat hog estimated at G cents; corn per shock, $1 OO. Uits and bay estimate $S9 per ton. Corn, per barrel, $2 31. lie had sold the farm, 181 acres, previously at $100 per acre to Fred Rostr, of Mason County, Ky. Lexington Press. In Cincinnati the cattle market is steady. Common, $1 7502 50; fair to me dium, $303 75; gocd to choice butcher grades, 75; common to fair shippers, Corn is said to be 33, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley, cetdlngshy rradlngapsperon Pulmonary Consumption. Dr. Meyer reported a cose of Ovariotomy, where a In mor was removed and the patient virtually well, the 20th day after tho operation. Dr. Bslly reported a case of twins, one a negro and the other a mulatto, and gave very Interesting reference to the authorities on the subject of super.foelatlon. Dr. Baily read a very interesting paper on the protracted meeliog here will continue un- use of Aconite In the treatment of fever til after Sunday. It has resulted In three and other of the mere distressing symptoms additions up to (Wednesday.) of consumption. Dr. Johnson showed a Last Monday night Elder Collier de- specimen of Orarian Cyst, Interesting livered one of the beat sermons we ever more especially for the extent of the ad lie listened to. His theme waa The Bride and sion. In this opersllon, both ovsries were the Bridegroom. He represented the removed the 30th dsy after the operation, Church as the bride and Christ a the when the report was madepatient then bridegroom, and spoke very eloquently on out of danger. Complimentary resolu the duties nf the bride to the bridegroom. tions were pised on the exceptance of the Rer. John M. Bruce will also preach at resignation of Dr. P. W. Logan, late of I he Bap list church next Lord' day. Stanford, now of Knoxvllle, Tenn. The association then adjourned, to meet In 0ARRARD COUNTf DEPARTMENT. Danville on the 3d Wednesday In January, 1884, when Dr. A. D. Price, of Harrod- Paint Lick. Our agent sold 10 tickets for the Lou- burg, will open the discussion by reading a isville Exposition Monday morning. paper on Post P.ttum Hemorage. Mr. It. M. Argo's new dwelling is Madison The meeting conducted by about completed ind Is an ornament to our Elder C. P. Williamson at the Pond town. Church has been'quite an interesting one A certain widower in this vicinity I a and thirteen addition have been made to general favorite with the young ladles and the Church. Two young ladies of Madison he ha alway got some of the boy in hot Female Institute were biptized by moon. water. light at Mr. T. fl. Bronston's pond Satur- Mr. Cotton, of KIrksville, had seven utday evening at 0 o'clock, by him. Hon. 550-- 1 b, hogs lo die a few days ago, while O. F. Qurnam and son, Tutt, returned from he wu driving them to the depot. Jason their Euroixan tour, Friday night. Both Shumate sold a mare to Sam are looking well, and enjoyed the trip Warnacut, foi $10 Tuesday. hugely. While Tom Licks was handling The change in the weather has devel- a pistol, a few days ago, it waa accidentally oped one case of matrimonial fever alrea dischsrged, the bill striking him fn the dy, and there are very strong symptoms of mouth and ranging npward putting out several others. Judging from tho wobe-go- one eye. The skating rink wu opened up look of one young man it ha struck in good order and wss well patronized in en bim. Monday afternoon and night. llobert E. Every body ought to subscribe for the L. Barlow fell from a second story window, Interior Journal while they can getit through a flower pit, a distance of several for the small sum of $2. Now Is the fesl, severely, though not dangerously, cut chance for those who love to read so well ting his arm with tbe glial in the saih of to get a cheap piper of their own to read the pit, The combination sale of jack nd stop running around wearing out their stock that took place at the fair grounds, shoe sole trying to borrow their neigh- lut Saturday was the for bor's piper. such stock ever held in the United State Miss Julia Hack ley, of Lower Garor anywhere else, so far as known. The rard, spent a few day with relatives here. sale attracted a large number of breeders Mr. David Swope, of your county, is visit- from all parts of the state: also Texas ing his daughter, Mrs. Ed Ballard, of this Missouri, Illinois, Ohio and Pennsylvania. place. Mr. Jason Shumate and family Tbe animals offered were of some of the nill move to Missouri this Ml. They finest strains in tho State, but the individwill make It their home in the future. The uals were not high in the ecale of merit. lsdiea here have sent their flowers to winThis being the first of it kind, owner were ter quarters. backward to put up their best animals un Lancaster. Rer. W, O. Goodloe has til the experiment wa tried. Twenty- been employed by the Presbyterian church four jack brought an aggregate of $10,590, for $1,200, provided they can get a good an average of over $4 11. But three breedresidence for him. W. L. Jones, of Fay- ing jennets were sold for $785, an average ette, bought thirty yearling steer at $32; of over $201'. Owners and buyers expresswill 25 grade heifers of Itobt. Land at304 ed themselves pleased, and the sale held annually. cents; 6 yearlings of Joe Humber at 3c; Never die Up. 5 two year old mules of B Perkins at $00 It jou sre suffering with low snd depressed per head. M. D.Hughes has- raised $165 oof appetite, gencial debllltr. disorplrlti, for a public well. News. Llood, weak constitution, headache, or any of Keene, aro visiting relative here. Mr, W.G, Kdmislon and wife are stopping In our town. Mrs. Alice Parish, of Walnut Flat, Is visiting her father, Dr. Doorcs. Miss Jennie Kennedy Is the guest of the Misse King, of Preschenville. The meeting which lias been conducted by the Methodlit at Watts' Chapel, near C. O., closed a few nights ago. The thirty-pound y ne - fered him there. IVIIX.Xiin'SRYt t litre on lls n.l eomnletellnenf Of Boyle, Is s candidal for Breaker el tivTi a ei iwprc iianve. Ihs; Idally fashionable Mlllllnerr. to which I Invito the attention of the ladles. I hue taken eitraordlnarr nalnaln lis selection and sm LalofChenan!t,8verane A Co., Btsnlord, Ky., confident that an examination Is all that Is necessary lo a parchaae. Call and seem. with hind ar-ls- tg JON. KVi:itAlVJB, Sc 3 IS7-- 1 JHISH HKI.I.n HUattRH. J. M. ROBINSON COTJISVITJUE. CO.. BRICK RESIDENCE far SALE -- Importers snd Jobbers of Dry floods. Notions. Ac. M7, tit, Ml Main Street, Cor. Sixth, IN STANFORD, KY. I onVrforsal privately my bona snd lot oa Somerset itreet which Is occupied by J. M, Salle, able. For partlcolars writ lo me at Harper, Kansas or esll on Bobt. 8. Lytle, Stanford, Kt. XV. rpmesiloniobeglven Jsn. I, fail. Terms reason- JDK. T. E. NJlITir, '3KEKTPCKY. Islto dee. 1 MH. AXltRHHON, DANV1IXE, Harper, Xsnsas, "P ifeneeetHtthle 1'hjslckB, Public Sale! ANDItENTIlVa: Not being able to attend to my farm, SM ".' lh Plk '""ling from Stan- '.'? er and miles from the letter place. Th farm Is very productive and. well watered. ,.i" .."m"1" 07 ed on the same prsmlses,! eonsl.ting of Milk Oows, 7iiiiti' v'T. .1 bo.,n Residence, Clemens House; office opp. Central N ft,". l disease of worasn t1 and children lor lbs past eighteen jeers. 1M-S- '' SATURDAY, OCTOBER RM It to the hlsheat bidder for the year x I wilt on 20. 1883, 1MI. Firc.Liglitning & Tornado IKHPIUXCEt Sovcn Isl-e- First-Olas- a Companies, I.O"W-S- a? uu mo, me &nignuy snd Victoria stock smfone very tot of Mules, Hones snd Brodd Mareefmy Bull, rsim " ana Jisyj " u ' "J". "many TmTI' rate other srtlclea too numerous to mantinn.aua 0 at on all sums over amount, cash. ,ui J. Jf. rniLtPHMet., 'Bi?3ES! Stanford. itSSWJS!SSL,h ' property. JT. !. "rr ptoV. TO THE PUBLIC Ws will now r!S!SlSt rtV,tJn complied .. joy special mention t-o- "Ill before removsl of WS OD8TOM GltlNDINO.'H either bolted or unbolted meal. 110mt U 8. MVRPHV. Un atU MsAUBTKRASALLEE. GEO. D. IWEAREN, Stanford. Kentucky, -- Dealer In- - Hay, Grain, Seeds, Wool, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wag. ons, Harrows, SulkyjPIows, Cultivators, Grain urius, torn Drills, Corn Planters, Reapers, Mowers, Threshing Machines. -'c- Saw Mills Engines, Feed Cutters, Cane Mills, Horso 1 dered dlietM of a bilious nature, b- - alt means procure BOYLE COUNTf. bottle of Electric Bitters. You will be surprised Danville. to see the rapid liaprorsment that will follow; jou tjC. O. For, was elected county will be Inspired with new life; strength snd will return; pain snd mlicrj will cease, Monday, vice John Cowan Treasurer, on snd henceforth jrou will rejoice In the praise of resigned. Electric Bitters. Sold at CO cents a bottle br PenOne hundred and fifty Texas ponies ny A McAllsUr. etf rrn""!"!!L uUunU M. COMParo E., farornbly wltlt tkoHoof any dealer any where? $4 500525; good to choice, $530G; stock- era and feeders, $3 7504 25; extra, $4 50. Hogs quiet. Selected butchers and heavy shippers, $IC05; fair to good packers, $4 4004 C5; fair to good light, $ 1 6004 75; common, $3 0004 40; stock hogs, $3 500 $4 25, and very dull. Sheep. Common to fsir, $2 7603 60; good to choice, $3 760 $160; some extra, $4 75; stock weathers, $30S 75; stock ewes, $2 7503 60. Lambs. Receipt light. Common to fair, $3 750 $1 25; good to choice, $1 5005; some extra, $5 25. The Clark Democrat reports Jo. Quia- - et enberry sale: learllng cattle brought the extraordinary price of $37 per head; 250 sheep an average of $5.50 per head; corn $1 55 r bbl; cows $S0 to $30: Princo Albert hog $10 to $15, and everything else equally high. Tho hog market looks exceedingly discouraging this (ill, In fact there is little encouragement for our farmers. The markets have had a downward tendency for eoine time, with no telling where it wlii end. As compared with previous year the hog crop in Clark is much less than the average and our farmers are getting rid of their surplus as fast as tbey csn be put Into a marketable condition. The present home price now are $1 13 to $4.25 per cwt; Yery Low Rates. DontNd the continunnceof the Southern Exposition, at Louisville, Ky., (commencing August 1st, and continuing 100 days), tho Louisville & Nashville Rail- oad will sell Excunlon Tickets from any of its station to Louliville at one fare for the round trip, These Tickets will be on ale overy day, from L. A N, station and will be good 15 days, allowing ample time to viilt tho Greatest Exposition ever held In the South, and second only to th Centennial at Philadelphia. e y Fifty-f- Lincoln coutirr. Crab Orchard. house-keepe- ri. Mil Pauline Bieck will not teach here this winter, as was her former Intention. " So we have a new couiln at Mr, W, II. Hlggloa'. Well, here' to hlm-M- ay he live long and prosper. Our sidewalk need Improving badly. Can not our Chy Father be aroused to ao ttonlu Hits particular? That old bridge on Lancaster street li especially a shams to our town. Mr. W. P. Tatem and family returned Tuesday, from a vlstt to relatives in Indi ana. MIm Ora Wllmore, of Nlcholuvllle I arrived at the Cincinnati Southern depot, Wednesday night. Tbey will be retailed by the agent who has been here for several weeks and who has already disposed of one lot A demand for cheap horses caused their impotatlon. They sell at from $40 to $50 each. Dr. W.O. Webb, of Bryantsvllle, recently discovered on the banks of Dix river, in Garrard county, a boy who is curiously, if not fearfully and wonderfully constructed ni parent are named Biker. He is fifteen yean old and weighs one hundred pounds. He suffers Constantly from heat even in the coldest weather, and will not wear clothing. He is only three feet high and pf rather feeble intellect. Our distinguished fellow citizen, Col. Thos. M. Gibbons, who left home a few weeks sgo, for St. Petersburg, Russia, to attend the International Grand Lodge of Nihilists, hss reached Lt Belle, France as will be seen from the following cablegram, clipped from Thursday's paper. "Lyons, Oct. 17, 18S3. A bomb was exploded In the public park, to daj." Hiram Cowan, a brutal negro, who distinguished himself a few weeks sgo, by whipping a woman, and was let off with a light fine, yesterday assaulted a little Italian bor, named Peter Sani, striking him a blow on the head that would have felled an ox. When remonstrated with by Mr. Fred Lazarus he drew hit knife and threat-ede- d to kill that gentleman. He had not been arrested at the time this report closed. Mr. K Q. 1' unburn and wife,- of Waynesboro, Va., are at the Clemen House. Mr.Fishburnwill purchase a farm In Boyio County if be can find one to suit him. He is a brother of Mr. J. A. Fiih-bura former citizen of Boyle county. Mr. Geo, D. Fisher and her two children, of St Louis, are at Col. Jas. A. Fisher's. They will remain several weeks. Mr O, T.Sutfield, of Louisville, former owner of Mr. H. Hsadley'a fine farm, was In town Tuesday. Mr. W. A. Bayer and wife, of the Cincinnati firm of Bayers A Booville, the extensive buggy manufacturers, were In town Sunday and Monday, the guest of Mr. and Mr, M, C. Tburman, Mr. Thur-maI alate agent for the firm, Mr, and Mi. Situ Warren went to the Louisville Exposition on Tuesday and will return on Saturday evening. Major. R. W. McFer-ra- n and wife, of Auttin, Texii, arrived Wednesday evening. Mr. MoFerno will visit friends In the county for several week. Her husband left on Thursday, for Columbus, Ohio, where he has builnew, Mrs, J, J. Yelser snd Mrs. C. 8. Jackson went to the Louisville Exposition, n Wed-nesds- SEiT adtcktisehexts. Public Sale Desinililc Residence In Stanford. I will Oder at nubllo auction to the highest bid der, cm the premises, on GROCERIES! r MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1883, (County Court day) between the hours of 11 a.k. and 2 p. u., the Dwelling llouis snd Lot iltuate on the Northeut corner of Mala and Mill atrects. In the town of Stanford, snd now occupied by ironia n reel oa upi. w. ucunney. ine Main street, opposltelthe Francis Hotel, sud extends bick that width about ZM feet . The ImproremenU consist of a larze two-stoframe dwelltnK et 7 rooms, a good welt, coil home snd a new stable, with stall rooms for six horses. th cash: remainder In three Team: al equal lnstallmeoti,wlth Interest from date, rtnsesslon can be glren st any time after in usya irom saie. line gooa. tor runner information, apply to me or W. U. Wenlns, Stan-lor- d. Ky. IF. AIjCOHX, ivi-t- u bxecuur or Aiired Aicorni win PROVISIONS, t. ui J. TRUSTEE'S SALE Valuable Farm in Lincoln Go. As Trustee of Elisabeth Ilall and others, and In purauanre of Judgment rendered br th lladlson Circuit Court, 18S3. In tbe action of Elizabeth Ilall audTbomns P. Collins, Ac, rs Miry Moore, Ac, the undersigned will on Hardware, Queenswafe, Glassware, Tinware, &c., AT LOWEST PRICES --- WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 1SS3, if n, Offer at public auction to the highest bidder, on the premises, about th hour of a. ii., a tract of land containing Ins Acres, 1 Hood, 26 Said tract of land Ii sltuite In Lincoln county, Ky.,about half way tetween Stanford and Danville, and Is convenient to turnpikes and to Urlartowuor8outh Danville Depot, hu a comfortable dwellldg house and all necessary Improve-men- u on It, It Is tbe sams land which Is row and has been for several veara onuDled br David Moore. Terms: Sals will be mad on a credit of six ana twelve tnonuii; me purchaser win be required to give bond with approved security forth payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a Judgment, bearing legal Interest from day of sale, with s lien retained unlit all th purchue money Is paid. The property Is now i en ted untl I Janusry 1st, 1SSI, at which time possession will b, given to the purchaser, role. m-t- d C. it. llltKVK,Truetce. Public Sale ! LAND, STOCK & CHOP. Acre of farming We will ufler for sale our Lands, About OOO Lands, lying on Carpenter'! T. R, WALTON'S. My stock of the above goods is JK lullrs South of Ulddlebuig snd known as the eiaugu ut i arm, one or in best stoca.rauing and g terms tn Casey county. Said lauds will bsoldprlvtel on any dsy from this dste until Thursday, October 25. 1883, And If not disposed of, will on that day oo tbs told to lb highest bidder for risuUte b ths residue ou two equal annual ts with Interest 'rem date until paid. Oa the earn day (Oclober 2Mb) we will alio sell to th highest bidder, oo lb premises, our stock, conslitlugof llorice, Cattle, ltogs, some good aged work Mule, aume vounear Mulea. aouie Jrunvti and Call, on of the flout young Jacks lu th county, between 100 snd M0 barrels of Corn, sous lineal ana nye, iwo z.norse vvsgoui, fanning Ulioslls. do., snd inanr other articles not nacews- ry lo be menllooed. The personsl properly Will bo sold on aeredllofsla mouths. Any sod allot tali property wilt be shown to soy on dealrlng to purchase, by luy son, any day oo th preuiU Said lands He between the Liberty and lluitouvlli turnpike rued snd Liberty ana Mlddlsburw turnnlka road, and within 1 mllea of the depot olth railroad, which road will belu running touditloa Inside of two uoutm. Convenient to churches, Ac, to (good neighborhood. 117-1- 4 y, SOX, The Central Kentucky Medical Association met at Gilcher'sHotel, Wednesday, by invitation of the proprietors, and were called to order by Vice President, Dr. John L. Price, of Burgln. Present, Dri. IU Brown and Ed 'Alcorn, Hustoavllle; Dr. James Kinnaird, Lancutei; Dr. A. D. Price. Harrodsbuni: Dr. W. O. Webb. Br- antavllle) Drt. J. G. Carpenter and J. Steele Baily, Stanford; Dr. K. W. and Fsyette I now very comprehensive and my prices for them EXCEEDINGLY Low. You are standing in your own light if you do not buy of me. I mean every word of this, as you Avillsee by calling at the Postoffice store. Country Produce wanted. a 5kmr-IMttkl itriijr3oBrwI A BAXHKH0VS CITIMKX, A1 ARAM B&BITtK. Friday BTAIirJOB T. ICY Mofs, . October 10, ldS3 tilHt.S .IHMiCHVR-THIs "Well, sir," he s!1 In a big grwi roico as ho wafted In on rm editor at his desk, "aro yon tho miaeraWo ktvtf. slico of humanity that wrote that Mtiolo about mo in yonr filthy tUshrag of a nowspopor ?" "Ah," answered tho editor looking up from Ids work smilingly, "good morning, air, did I anlm4d-yo- a to my anything ?" "Yes, air, you did." "Ah, what wm it?" " Why, sir, I said wtw jott tho mtsor-abl- o o of Immunity that wroto that ntUclo about mo in your filthy dish-ra- g of a nowspapcr ?" "All, beg yonr pardon. I underam tliat party." stand. " WclJ, then, got ready to go. Ipro poso, sir, to mop np tho floor with yon, to wipo down tho walls, to clean tho windows, to sweep off tho stairs; in fact, sir, I propoto to bankrupt your cntfc--o anatomy, physiology and hygicno I Aro half-slic- roiiFKiT ran rvx. CHURCH IHRKTMT. Y. rjtwrTMtmi. US H. lOSDaTT. J A t OWN HnH'MVSSlAX IvOvo the same (Ira worM over, byt "courting" i m.ngcd very dif fercntly tn different countries. courting, nmotig the middle clauses, ! peculiar. "Tho firt Wliit-eund- ay after tlio young girl is acknowledged bj Iter mother Id bo of marriageable year, afco 1st a Veil to the I to join Petersburg summer-gard- en tho "bridal proraeaftdo." ThU oin sists of tho daughters of the Kusjlan tradesmen walking fa proceesloti, fol Up and lowed by their pareatn. down they go, pretending to chat with each other and to take no notico of you ready?" tho young men the tradesmen's sons, 'Holil on, my doar sir I Bcforo you drccsed in their best clothes who begin, will you tell mo your name, ago, walk in another procession on th placo of birth, nixnio of father and other side. However, every now and mother, how long you liavo lived in this thea some youogjellow slips out of place, your buslucss, when married, his proper rank and adds himself to how many children, member of what church, if any, religious convictions the lino of girls on tho other side, " number of brothers, and Tho speaking to one particularly. " What do yon want all that for ? Aro parents of the girl join in tie conver- you a census man ? I want to depopusation in a few moments, and soon late yon, air, aad decimate your ranks, I" they leavo tho promenade and are eirl That's what " Don't bo too rapid. Yon boo after joined by the parents of tho young man. ueneraiiy tuo old folks nave you get through with mo I think you will need 'an obituary notico for this talked it wcH'over" before, but on this ovening's paper, so I thought I'd got all occasion every one pretends to be stir tho particHlars, and havo it in shape, so prised. Oo the next, day a female wo coald scoop tho other paper en confidante calls on the girl's parents and exclusive report. You sco, my and nqucsts her hand. This grant friend, there's nothing liko cntcrpriso in cd, all the relations on both.sides meet this business. I'vo got two dozen scoops and argue about the portion to bo giv- and two dozen obituary notices in full twenty-fen with the girl. If this is not sat- filed awoy, and you will make tho ifth. Now, soil in, old man and isfactory all is at an cud; if it is what let's get dono wM it before time to go is, expected the betrothal takes place. to press. Sail in, right quick, please." The bride and bridegroom kneel But tho stranger didn't Bail in, ho down upon a great fur mat and tho sailed away, and, as the editor resumed bride takes a ring from her finger and his work, ho drow in a long breath and gives it to the bridegroom, who re- remarked: "Alio is a present help in turns tho gift by another. Tho bride's every timo of editorial troublo, but, by great pasto pot of Jupiter, I don't mother meanwhile crumbles a piece tho believo I was over quite so bad scared of bread over her daughter's head in my lifo before." Then tho click click and her father folds tho imago of bis of tho typo setter and tho scratch daughter's patron saint over his futilro scratch of tho pencil went on liko tho locks. As uoft, sweet musio of tho rippling waves they arhe bridemaids sing a wedding of Gollilcc. song. The guests each bring forward THE 1IEAD-LIXEa present of some sort. Wine is Tho professor of journalism, whopcri-odicalhanded about and some one says it is tells us all about newspapers, bitter and needs' sweetening. Upon has failed to notico a comparatively this the bridegroom kisses the bride modern and a very important feature of tho sweetness being supposed to be tho nowspapcr, namely, the head-lineprovided by this kiss salutes tho This is n department of tho paper company and takes his leavo, on which has steadily conquered for itself which tbo bridemaids sing a song with an inflnenco which overy nowspapcr manager somo times inadequately recoga chorus something liko'tbis: nizee. often happens that tho inKu-na- I Arab entering n hotiso removes hh fehoc, hut not his hat. Ho mounts Ms bono upon tho right side, whllo his wifo milks tho cow npon tho left aide, Writing a letter ho puts nearly all tho compliments on tho outside. With him tho point of a pin is its head, whilo its head is mado its heel. His head must bo wrapped tip warm, oven In tho summer, whllo his feet may well enough go naked in winter. Evory arllclo of mcrchandiso which is liquid ho weighs, but menu-nrwheat, barley and a fow other articles. Ho reads and writes from right to left. Ho cats scarcely anything for breakfast, about as much for dinner, but after tho work of tho day is dono, aits down to hot moal swimming in oil, or, better yet, boiled butter. His sons cat with him, but tho females of his houso wait till his lordship is done. Ho rides a donkey when traveling, his wifo walking behind. Ho laughs at tho idea of walking in tho street with his wifo, or of over vacating Ids seat for a woman. Ho knows no uso for choirs, tables, knives, forks nor oven spoons, nnloss thoy are wooden ones. Bedsteads, bua reaus and may bo placed in (ho somo category. If ho bo an artisan ho does work sitting, perhaps using his foot to hold what his hands aro engaged upon. Drinks cold water with a sponge, but novcr bathes in it unless his homo bo on tho Is rarely seen drunk too Boldom speaks tho truth is deficient in affection for his kindred has littlo curiosity and no imitation no wish to improvo his mind no desiro to surround himself with tho comforts of life. Anon, cs e. spell?" 7. Push a chair through n finger ring. This forfeit ia inodo by putting tho ring on tho finger and pushing tlio choir any other object will do as well with tlio finger. 8. Put yourself through a keyhole Tills was a great puzzlo to us for a while, but when a pieco of paper was taken with tlio word "yourself" written upon it, and pushed through tlio hole, it was all clear. A list of omnsing forfeits, which will mako tho comiwiny laugh and not offend tho person colled upon to pay Uinm, aro horowith given: 1. Put a ncws)xiper upon tho floor in audi a way that two ixrsons can stand on it and not x nblo to touch each other with their hands. By putting tho paper in tho doorway, one-ha-lf lnsido and tho Other half ontsldo of tho room, and closing tho door over it, tho two persona can oasily stand upon it and still bo beyond each other's reach. 2. To go out of tho room with two legn, and como iu with six. Not difficult, if ono thinks to bring a chair along on tho return. 8. To act tho dumb Bcrvant Tho per son who lias tho forfeit to pay must act out tho answers to tho questions put by tlio master of tho ceremonies; as "How do you mako bread f " " How do you cat soup?" etc Tills forfeit will couso much merriment, if pnicr questions aro put 1. Put ono hand whom tho other cannot touch Ono can get out of this difficulty by putting ono hand on tlio elbow of tho other arm. 5. Place n pencil on tho floor so that ono cannot jump over it May bo dono by putting it closo to tho wall of tho room. 0. Put a question that no ono can answer with a "nol" This is not hard if ono thinks to ask, "What docs s STRENGTH to vigorously push a business, strength to study a profession, strength to regulate a household, strength to do a day's labor without physical pain. All this represents what Is wanted, In tho often heard expression, "Oh I I wish I had tho strength I" If you aro broken down, havo not energy, or feci as If lifo was hardly worth living, you can bo relieved and restored to robust health and strength by taking BROWN'S IRON BITTERS, which Is a true tonic a medicine universally recommended for all wasting diseases. II. C Morrison. MKTIIOrIMHOUTIt.-Ka- Hnndsy moraine, and nlcht except ths third. Prayer MeetlMt every (Sunday Hehool at f 00 A, u. Thursday nlshk Ksv. II. C. Morrison, Muperlntendent. Itnr. J. M, IUce, Pastor. Hervieea BAITIST. noon. 11UTIDBTT IH-iy- Airx'oiiNjravM r lllti WN MT. VKHNUK, ai jjaw. KV. and Fourth Sundays, morning and wsllsci . ranapx. Ight, Prayer Meeting every Wedneediy after- T, w.vaanoK. Sunday School at I.J0 a. M, B. It, Harrow T. W. W B VA11NON, Hupsrlntendent. I.iA.W. SIHRIHTIAN - Worvhlp by lbs rongmestlon ST- BTANFunrt, KY. ery lord's day Owsley A Son's nsw building up' stslrs. nmgby ir. J. w, us OIBee In oaSrmn! and Fuulh Lord's dsvi. BundsyHchool M. I'RYTOX, r.i. , nvirmnrp, r,uperinienaeni A i XA.W, Kev. H. PRKHHYTKHUN, HOUT11 at t.10.I. John W. srAriruitn, ky, Schonl WlllprMllrelnlhoU.nrtiof Uncoln and ad- -. Hent,Hujrtnien.lent. Union Prayer Masting on Joining counties and the eu per lor (tourt end Court Wednesday nlshts ot Aplasia, Spsrlsl atlenllvn glVMi locollKllons. Uffleson Ijinraiter swset. III ATI'OIINMVH A'l' ATTOIINldV J OPERA HOUSE. RTANIXIIID, KY- ,- A'irroniyjav DANVILLE, ALEX. ANDBHBON, at Xsa.-v- , KY., Will rr act lee In the Courts of liotlesad sdjslnlog, eonntles and In th Court or Alh'Sls And Hnler OoramlM'nner Itncteattl Oircult Court Mr VKIINUN, KY Will profiles In ths Kockesslls Unurts, Collee- Utile In Courl-houstlonaaspeelslly. (13, W. P. WALTON, - Proprietor. J. Attornuy Ati.ittr. B. FIHII. Kljht eomnlste sets of ScenBllssfStareIIUSO. ery Sestlng cspactty, Including gallery. MO. lleasonabla rates to good attrattiona. Address BS SKITS. it Stanford Female College. During the war I was Injured In the stomach by apiece of a thcll, and have lullcrcd fromitevcttince. About four vain aco it brought on jra!y-tis- , which kept me in led tix months, and the bcU doctors In the city said I coulJ not live. I tuflcrcd fearfully from Indigestion, and for o er tw o years could not eat solid food and for a hire portion of the time was unable to retain even I tiled liijuld houtlsliment. l!ro n's Iron llitlersaiul nunr alter taking two lottlcs 1 am able to get up and go around and am rapidly Improving. Ossea St K. Frnnnit 6Lf Dlilmer STAM'OItl), KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Session on tbe Id Mondsy In September next. ALL TUB BKANtilBB OF A South slds Msla strest, tw dsors ahsvs ths Myers Hotsl. Purs Nitrous Uxlds Uss sdulnlsursd whsa is- quired. HU1KJJ0O1N UWN'l'lHU'i srANFUItl', KY, LKK If. UUVVMAN. DH. W. B. l'BNNV, rromatotl a, sf.snd I soar. at. ABsstfcttlrssd ISI-lj- r mlslitered wuen neeeassry. t uiniiu nver Or3e STANFORD, KKNTUCKT. DimtlMt. stor. IUM 8. Lytle'. Offlr I ear T. J. JIONLGY, y--- THOROUGH ENGUSHC0UR3E House Are taught, as wall u i70-7- Painter & Paper Hanger BTANFOHD, KV. MUBIC. TUB LANQUAOEU. OKAW. ISO AND PAINTINQ. TERMS MODERATE. sou, rreparaiojy, ItfOlVOlV JlOUTJfcJ." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago J. Dlcker. retulsr Departments. In Tuition, LAPUAX A SCHOOLMATE Of briers rants from ttS to IM In th IJJ; InUrmedlate so, ana usiiegiaia, sog. VOVO-LA- S. well-brus- hed ly s. United States Senator Lapham, of Now York, was a classmate at Canon-daigu- a Academy of tho late Stephen A. Douglas. Tho academy was at that timo ono of tho leading educational institutions in tho State, and young Lap-haand Donglas were-- regarded by tho faculty and their follow students as tho smartest scholars in tho institution. In debato thoy wero regarded as rivals, and always wero pitted against each other. Mr. Lapham occupied a sent at tho hood of tho tablo in tho boarding department and Douglas sat at his right hand. Mr. Lapham was compelled to leavo tho school for several weeks, and on his return found Mr. Douglas occupying tho seat at tho head of tho table. Mr. Lapham demanded his soat, and Mr. Douglas insisted upon his right to retain it Tho faculty finally decided that tho two men should orguo tho coso bcforo tho scholars, who would sit as a jury. Tho contestants accepted tho situation and Tho jury demado elaborate speeches. cided that Donglas was entitled to tho teat Mr. Lapham, in relating this anecdote, used to say : "This wtis Stephen A. Douglas' first idea of squatter m BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is a completo and .ttro remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Weakness and all diseases requir- For full particulars, aa to Board. Ac. address HKN. H. V. TKIIKHKAKT, frlMrljuil, ouniora, uneoin lo., svy. Railway. Pal w co TO THE O.VM' UNE;nU.HNIIl aiiovt if.tsirs. A now book of etiquette in London gives tlio following as tho fashionablo pronunciation of certain names with deceptive spellings : Majoribanks is pronounced Marshbanks ; Mainwaring, ing a true, reliable, tonic. It enriches the blood, gives new life to tho muscles and tons to tho nerves. HALL'S rullintm LOUISVILLE Cars! AND BOLID TRAINS CHICAGO RiVJll 13 fill nlo SrnriaL Notice. Passengers train lbs U.l N. K. It. srrlv In Louisville In 1 1ms lo Isk lb evening train of th -- Mssoa Koute" and go Ihrouih to (JrccBCAatlr. CrnnfonJatllle, Irnjette aad Chlcngo w Ittioat ctiaBtTC. . TIMK TABLE. BTAriONS. Lre. I)ulsvltl- - .. Arr. lncatU. ' Craw fordiv Ilia. Dslly. Dally. 1 1 Manncring; St John, Sinjin; Cock-bur.Cobnrn ; Cholmondcley, Chum-leBcrkloy, Barkloy; Brounham, Baroun ; Montgomery, Mungiuncry ; Abergavenny, Aborgcnny ; Bcanchamp, Bcacliam; Colquhoun, Cohoon; Dukam; Bcaconsfleld, Bcthuno, Bccton; Milncs, Millcs; Buthvcn, Bivcn; St Maur, Seymour. s, n, y; hecokmeitdzd mr rirroiciAna- Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills Beck-onsfiel- d; And aW Bilious Complaints Sale to take. Ins jti x cu, LIVER jsw ron Tim purtjr rrsttaUe: no grip irrursu. unit covjirixa hats. "How it docs remind mo of my courting days " exclaimed Mrs. remarking tho blush that tho 1 Good-ingtou, ROBBED flf-At.- ThouuD.li of friTM sr sonusl'.r robliwl ollhel vlcilrji. Urn prvUnfttl btpitlniMiDj hrslih r- ;tiorwi uy um oi ids JfOT A FAMILY AFFAIR. genious artist in this department is An Austin boy camo homo from school Courting time has now begun. Ev- really editing tho paper. Ho can conery evening the lover comes to his la voy an impression which the writers of very much excited and told his father leaders oro endeavoring to that ho believed all human beings dy's home with a present which is al- ponderous avoid. Ho can create a doubt or wero descended from apes, which mado ways something good to eat general-l- y awaken suspicion by a single, artfully tho old man so mod that ho replied ancakes or ssgar plums. He makes chosen word or sow broadcast an opin- grily: love under rather awkward circum- ion which it may tako columns of writ"That may bo tho coso with you, but stances, for tho bridemaids sit about ing to show is unfounded. Suggestions it ain't with mo; I can toll yon that, me neiromeu pair m a circle, singing h at aro bunod in tho body of articles pow." Texas Slflings. may attract no attention, but the flamsongs descriptive of their happiness. head-lin- e About 3,000 pounds of roses aro retakes tho oyo at onco, and The last evening of the courtship is ing its diagnosis of tho matter which it crit- quired to produco ono pound of tho otto enlivened by tho presentation of tbo icizes may bo very wide of tho mark of roses. This delightful perfumo is gifts of the bridegroom, which must without tho average reader applying chiefly produced in Bulgaria, whero tbo includo brushes, combs, soap and per 'any corrective. "Tho head-lin- o largely annual averogo production of otto beOn receivmg these, the regulates tho emphasis that is given to tween 18C7 and 1871 was 400,000 met!-colfumery. that 6f 1S73 500,000, Talced at bridemaids instantly carry the bride tho report of current ovents. Small and wash her, dress her hair matters in this way may bo magnified, JE700.000. Tho produco of 1880 was away and niero conjectures jjnvesjcd, 'with estimated at tho valuo of about 1,000,-00and perfume her J nearly tho dignity of cstoblishetLfacti. cniei. i -- Toronto MalU j Thus touched up eho returns to the In Gila valloy, 120 miles from Tuccompany, and tho brido's rather gives Dnniso tbo temporary absence of tho son, Arizona, aro tho famous Pintados. his future tho marriage proprietor of tbo Sheridan (Nob.) Fost, A heap of rocks, about fifty feet high, portion, which be takes homo with parties ontcred tbo offlco and fssned n is covered with rude figures, gcometrio Lolidayicdiflon that stirred things up and anatomical. Hero aro squares, cirhim in a neat bag. cretty Generally In that place. cles, crosses, triangles, snakes, toads The next morning ho returns for and vermin, mon without heads and jtkjv muoi'i'jxa. tho lady herself. She receives him dogs without tails. The sketohes are Men and women vary much in thoir with her hair unbraided and flowing liko those of tho Azteo calendar stone in down her back. They aro married by manner of shopping. A woman has not Moxlco. the eeremoaiea of the Greek Church, tho sh'ghtoet hesitation in entering tho HOW A WOODCOCK TLAVKD OLD biggest store in'tho city and buying a and the old folks never go to the wedJEUHY JfOK A HVCKKIW paper of pins or a ball of darn" JcrryGrccning'tho veteran hunter, ding dinner. a ing cotton, while a man would almost as says: Those eternal bridemaids, whom soon steal a shoop as do it, andinono "Thoy ain't no bird under th' blue they must hate by this time, oro there, case could nt)t fool a greater los3 of can'py quickcr'n a woodcock, and tlioy'm than in tho other. Tho troublo however, still on duty, and the outo critters, too. Oucct I shot at ono closes by the brido kneeling with a man is that ho. likes to display closo by, an down ho como. I put him down and pulling off her husband's his opulence and proclaim his financial in m' game-ba-g and went on, when boots to prove her intention to be an importance, and for tho indulgence of bimeby I shot off t'other barrel of m' which vain ambition, if sent by his wifo obedient and submissive wile. to make a small pnrchaso for her, ho is gun, when I'll bo durn cf that bird Good-natur- ed didn't jest fly out of m' gamo bag and bridegrooms general- apt to return with a miscellaneous asly hida jewelry or money in their sortment of expensivo and useless arti- mnko off for tho woods cz nico cz yo Yo see, ho hadn't been teched boots, which the bride mtry take cles, and, by tho acquisition thereof, please. by a shot, but, knowln' I would shoot of as balm for her pride. Af- tlunks ho has impressed tho clerks with t'othor barrel o' in' gun at 'im, an probter the wedding day tho parents begin a sonso of his consequence. This conably get 'im, tie jest played possum on' t givo feasts and keep it ip for a viction is, in most cases, a delusion and waited till I emptied m' gun, an' then a snare. week; and ilia not till all this is over ; on' I hopo off ho started lickcty-spl- it that tho "young couple" see those to bo chawed up by b'ars cf, jestczl UB CAW I JIB FOUND. at th' bird when ho blessed bridemaids take their departAn Englishman writes from Now wero ure. They aro then compelled to kiss York : Picture an American horsuman skipped outcn th' bag, thet thar bird them, thank them and givo them each in tho park hero. Long, lanky, bony didn't wink 'is oyo at mo, jest as cf .t' horse, with back, tail say : Wall, Jerry, I played yo for a a present. sucker oncet.' Ever since thet I'vo flowing to tho ground, The Boy That Wham a Watch. with dirty reins and dirty irons ; saddle- allors wringed a woodcock's neck whon Tho boy that wears a watch is an cloth with a big monogram ; a man in a I pickod 'im up, an' I adrlso ye all t' do important character. At school he is velvet or plush Bkull-oatight brooches th' same." twvied and on the street he is respect buttoned all tho way down the leg ; long Oaows are the natural onemios of tho ed. iNww of the boys grab him and leather boots, Mexican stirrups, too just singing bird. Thoy pounoo upon tho in and no moro, hool well in, too well threw kin down, for thoy might break sent of tho lark and plover, and rob out, dragoon spurs and tho rider's legs robins of their young. Thoy are said to kit-- tiKe-keepHe has a way of almost meeting under tho horso ; yellow be exterminating these birds in New twisting the ehaia when he talks, and gauntlot gloves, riding-whip- r d of lookiBg at Uk watch when he hears rain hand well up under tho chin, other England, a railroad tram, aw saying twolve-ta,'- or hand straight as an arrow down tho log ; Ltxtrr. Condbii has advocated that or Tho never rising In tho trot voila. the site of the crucifixion is a knoll north ether boys sUad awtwd aad regsrd of Jorusalom, near Jeremiah's grotto, him with adwirtUo. He grows up Beautiful aro tho admonitions ol galled tho "Place of tho Stoning." to eollege with a him whotio Ufa accords aad probably mm with Ids teach' dUlioguiiliiJ afc luitiH a; few years Pain from IndlgetloD, d;ipeIa aod too fc's. be paww his wtoh with" a wan, who, heartr oiling is ndiereil at once by taking; at a boy, oAm atoad mowm! and ad-- 1 MiBiiuaKAM.it young men belong W one of Carter's Little Liver Pilli immedi Jlio turplus population. Gki. !rl H,- -k ately after dinner. Don't forget this. s; 0. pocket-haudkcr-son-in-la.t ct evo-niner. gold-tipposix-fiv- e, eight-sixteen. "Farewell, happy bridegroom, Bat return to bo still mare happy .' It sovereignty." 's compliment of mknrn. as, Iom of Mluocef young man had brought to tho memory, unirprt! uhhim,, piii tiwrxy, fcMof id toe mck, many girl's chock. ""In those lialliard days, other dlwaMi that lead la contquinilon and a and grave, svynd for circulars with when I wns youug and perceptible, how trf by mall. The MXrHiOltATOlt frustrated I used to feel when Daniel Is sold at tl r box, or six boxes for 15, by all druraWts, or will bo sent In by mill, securely paid mo a condiment, as ho always was sealed, on receipt c( price, by adjreealof f. vut'sr.r, doing! Yes," eho continued, stopping 113 Adsms street, TuWo.Ohlo. r to brush off tho tear that trembled at Solsazent for the United Htates tlio tip of her attenuated nose. " Daniel And ho never was ono of a thousand. changed during all of our years of patrimony." ITTLE dclicately-tumc- d GERMAN 1NVIG0RAT0R! Which potlllfsly andpermstwitlr futM f IIIJn inou. (eufl by tiramnliar kin.!,) follow a and tlldltMiM (hit .sriiW-ti.if M gri dlni)for-lila,trr!uaturO- j, j. 01 pm 104 psa a li am lAfsyelU... . It pm ' ChleiKo I M am I M pm 'i'ilill Ths direct FOR'.CATmn can, lomost points routs, with onlr ona rbsneaof 0KL7 INTERNAL CURE In Wlmmsli, Mlnneeola, lows, all ror rariiieriuiormiiien, rr-i- x MAKiurru any .ituuit, icHIHUAI a. 1.1. LA U, II, addrss A., And wo offer One Hundred Dollars tor 125- LoulsvlUs, Ky Cnso of Cwtnirh It will not Curo. AV1LL CUKK ANY CASK, OClco of A T Btkwiht CoTl (Jntoiov, I1L, Juno 4, 1KKL ( V,uTL F. J. Ounn Co.. Toltd. O. Utnttrmm. I takn piea.ira la Inf ormln.? you I uaod nail Hist I bava av m sssss a uaurtn lAirts ttit luui Ji oiff ul 4ti ls a a Ia d.,bb sny that It will run any case ot Catarrh) U Ukra Your, truly, prvperlr. J. It. WcarnxxYoao. WORTH StO A HOTTLKA LO sjJ5sy I LLC. & rtAS Itare ha-E. Mctuur. Jackacn, Mich--, write Catarrh for 3 years. Hill's Catarrh Cum cured THC GREAT me. OoruiJcr It worth $IO.0Oi bottle. '&rts per bnttlj. IVKold bynlt CO. Manufactured and tml.tV T J. CllK-SEolo ITporleton, TOLEDO, OHIO. X nna Oatarrh of tho riasnl Ulcerntlvof OatarrM of tho Cnr. Cvo or Throat. Ills taken INTCRN ALLY, nnd Blood acts DIRECTLY upon thoSjrstom.and It Mucous Surface or tno 15 tho boot Blood Purifier In tho ALL thet la W03LD, and It worth charged for It, for THAT alono. Cavlty-Chro- oviUiiai lOtn Itlm I es an am tiik t fjl HViJ Druli:t Through Trunk Line For sals In Btsnfurd by Penny A McAllstsr. ll-ly- The wifo of Franklin Brockway, of Collinsvillo, Ct, put her two youngest children to bed, leaving a largo kcro-sen- o lamp burning on a stand, and went below to entertain somo company. An hour later she went up stairs, and found that tho lamp had exploded, scattering tlio oil and glass all over tho room, without setting anything on fira or waking tho children. i CARTER'S PIU.S- - IVER m AHicted, Attention DK. OANN'S REMEDIES FOR THE MILLIOW. UANOFACTUUGD BY W. K. UANN, M. ! a, WIHtwrt CrHge and w Itfa lyA UnrltaM ROUTE Sick Headache and rthera all the troubles Incis. dent to a billoue auto of tho evttun, sscU as Kansea. Drowalnres. Dhtrcss after cattes;, J"ala tn tha Side. Ac. Whilo thdr most rvmaxfc. been shown in coring' able SBCCess CURE MONTICEI.LO. KY. The world Is fllle.1 with the wonderful, Iautl-f- ul aod Intrlrata Inventions ol msn, yet sll th combined talent sod genius thtt ths world hss ever known his never ptoduesd saythlng thsl can coraper with 'I'r. Uann'a Keamlles" Medical skill snd Kleocs htve,u tel, tailed to dlacovsr sny thing eousl to them, for ths curs of ths diseases lor which thsy srs recommended. As their virtues and uses sr prslsed by thousands throughout ths Isngtb sod bfesdth ol th land, and as Mmdird i'siullv iledlclnes, they csnnot bs an tars fully substiiitlsud by ths strongest testlmoolala Kor Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hrooehltls, Consumption and sll Dbsasras ol th Throat snd Lungs, SHORTEST AND QUICKEST mow IOCUVUU TO THI SOUTH & WEST PULLMAN CARS NssbrtllV Veaphls". Little Hock, Mestcomsry. Atlsau, Eatsnaib, Jacksoavllls, Mobile, aad New OcUaas. Aiiuso tho members of the, new British Parliament aro nino tenant farmers. This docs not look as though tenant farmers wero without wealth or inflnenco Who ever heard of in tho old country. a tenant farmer in tho Congress of tho United States, or in tho Legislature of, any Stato? Raising a structure is liko raising a baby great care should bo used iu tho underpinning. 3HLH1HO, It has been proven by numerous experiments that tho shorter tho timo Ktwocn milkings tho richer tho milk. In ono cose, whon a cow was milked twice a day, twclvo hours apart, tho milk gavo 12 per cent of cream, and whon milkod flvo times a day 17 per cent If, thcrcforo, tho timo between tho milkings varies, as commonly, tho milking following closest to tho provions ono will giro tho richest milk. Cows milked at half-pa0 in tho evening and half-pain tho morning will bo pretty euro to givo tho richer milk in tho morning, though this is partly caused by tho moro undisturbed timo which thoy havo at night when nhharassod by flics, etc. st st nradaebATrt Carter's Little Liter Fillsara valoabla in Constipation, curing and prcrmUnz this annoyln; complaint, vrbils they also correct ail disorders of lbs stomsch. stimulus the llrrr aid ntulale the bowels. Ki en Utbcy only eared SICK tu BEST ROUTET 0 FLORIDA In Pslac Cars Without Chsags. Vmo Disss Dr. Ohiiii'h CoiikIi Nyrup. s, SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Fioss Loelivllls PMinDIMTC tlTllUnAn lO recsly spsclal low " See Aassls ol this Campsny for rales, toulss Ae or write CP. ATHORE, Q. P. T. A. Ache thrr sronld tx almoi t prledee- to those who eanVr from this distress Inif complaint! bat dors not csdners,andthoM Pills vsla. who mco try thein win find these Unott willing ab!lneomsnywsyattthcyw to do without than. Dut after all sick bead HEAD ACHE ., For Uver Complalnpyiprpsla, Indigsstlonjsun-die- s, Conitlpstlun, Hour Btouisch and all Bilious la Falaos Cars wltheul cbaags. Seeking homes on ths lln ol this rosd will rstss. LoulsvlUs. Kr. Uao Dr. Uhiih'h I.lTcr Cure. t For Bheuoiatlsia, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises and Hwelllugi-- an aiternsl sppllcstlon for msn or beait 17ho Dr. GHiiit'M IiIhIiiicuL, For Files, Hemorrhoids, L R. r raa -- THE MOST DESIUABLE BOUTE I Itullir dlsrasua, Uurni, Fistula and all T-O- inskiiS others do not. M carters uiuo iircr juis pu la Mrvmvbi take. One er two d no inakca dose. labia ani not nk. ..a atrttlv enUe action jilcssocrips or ail who rurca. bat br their oioihem. la T'alsst M cents! fio for It. BoU sent by mail. by druBjleta viay where, of so many Urea that here Is where we Rrcat boast. Oar pUU due It while Vmo Dr. GaiiH'n IMIo OIiitmuHt. Dr. Ghiiu'h Hlttcr-Swc- ct ,, wto;u. For Fresh Cuts, Burns, Ulcers and Old Sores, And decidedly th Populsr Boat, aterdlng, aa It, dona, Issschsngeaaad superior accommodatloo to CI1VCI1V1VATI1 Miuouri. Iowa, Kaniti, Texai, Uhc OIlltUlCHl. CAKTEIt MEDICINE CO., Kerr York. -- TAKE THE- R. W. 01 & MISSISSIPPI .ron i th Th North, Northwest aad West. In fast, If ysu In UtioDr.Ouiiu'NKIeiuHcli llitlcrM tonUbrnplat a trip by auy direction, your Intsrest Unserved purchasing your llcksls via will A Itellahl Tonic, Appetiser and Blood TurUer, sCCsnd ClnclnnsU. Pullman Palaos Cars; Eleand also cure Djiwptla, Indigestion, Liver gant New Day Coaches, and handsomely furnish, Couplslet, Mslsrlal Isvers and all periodical sd Uecllnlng Chslr Can loria th uneaualsd equipment of this Old lullsbls, thsrsby msktsg ' Dlssssus. Msnufscturcd snd lor sal by a trip ovsr this lln on ol luxurious ooiolwt sad, pleasure. Try 33., TIME TABLE.It.IN EFFECT (JCTOBEH IsM'1 It. Hole proprietor, Montlcello, Ky. "All orders M-- ll by mill will receive piowpt attention, No, 2. Boutu. No. 4. No. U. w. k. 3r. Lve. Covington East, West and North raon to JAX CINCINNATI, lbs Last Cars to Cluclonsll ami the North lTl and raJacsHlosplnKCars to Cincinnati Waihloii-to- n, Baltimore, i'hlladslpblaaud Nsw Vurk.wllU-o- ul change. ;-- CHESAPEAKE UNO OHIO RY. " Kentucky's ltouto n JL I? rrt .. East . i""a LOUIHYIIXK Tun hills of lofty endeavor and high achievement Ho all around us, and, it wo novcr catch a glimpso of tho viows thoy afford, wo need not complain that it is because of tho fnsuporablo limitation of our surroundings. Washington, Philadelpliia-iN.Y- Th only Hue running J. X 8.1X1 flr.LOUIS and aWest, Northwest sud bouthwset. with Pa ice bleeping Carl on nl(bt train, LduIstIIIs UHt, Louis. S f PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS ny feT. LOUIS Difficulty is tho nurso of greatness, Arr. I'sils. lltlUi to I.eHlHVille, VlHClHIIHtl HHtl IiCX from LOUIHVIIXK Lvo. Msisvll's a harsh nurse, who roughly rocks her 2nt-,a-- 08 p in ' Carllsl...... iNUUNAi'oua.eiii. iHKtOH, (yM 'W,W,,,li n into strength and athletic CA(IO and lbs Nortb, with Dsy Coaches and 1 nm Mllltrsburg Chair Cars through without clisDf. Air, n M pB Tlio mind, grappling with proportions. s. Laxtuglon,... 7 p i 1 10 p u LOOK AT THIS great aims and wrestling with mighty WASHINGTON CITY. " I'sils ,. I It a i t 0) p ia Tha 2.29 p. u, Esprsas (dsUy) from Louiiillls impediments, grows by a certain necesrs. t oi p a haai'alacsdleeplna'l.ri from Louisville to New Connecting In saiu depot with fast trslns lor a iu 1 40 p in Cynlhlsne.... York without cusngs, arriving at Washington sity to their staturo. ' Ksltuouth.. p, u. ueitdsy Usui 4 40 p tn 3XTo"7V- "3LTorl3L- - Arr, Covington.. 11 Ui u IHiini io j.v. lme, iivio, Arr. Mayavuie toe am Tub number of vcrtebratcd animals k Hoars Ahead of All Competitor!, Daa-villS V. !' If- - 8.? P "i Arr. Msyivlll I to p m No,z l.T MsysvllUeooam, Arr, Ux. vis thsO.A M. H'y The Direct Soute toLyaehbnrg, Eiulsranla aud estimated at 20.000. t am have Ibrough Day Coaches on alt trains. Hivs Lv. Msrivlll 11 49 pm. Arr. Isx. 4 pu No. Norfolk, no midnight cbsnges. Arrive at fit. Louis 2 hours l.T, fov tlOpui, An. Falmoulh 710 pu No. Tun editor who saw a lady making for In sJvsuisol olhsr linos, Ihsisby securing mors No A Lv. Falmouth 0 IS a iu, Air. Cot. 1 10 s u tlms and 4 dally belwien Hlchiuood, tho only empty scat lu a car found him-ae- lf eholosfor makingiuChangs ol csra aud gsttlug first Ail Virginia and North Carolina Nos, I Covlogtouj sll others dally eiceptLsslagtun of stale cars of eoouectlsg lines, aud (Juaday, "crowded out to mako room far InaJvauMof other Hues to Isdlsnspolli and Points. Speolnl Rates to migra&t, Cblcsgosud ths only Una giving: Its pstrons Hi-miFor tickets and lurthsr Information, apply to moro interesting matter." rids aloug ths shams of Laks Michigan. Vn. IIV.I. mIm an. I l.l..u.il. pcriamiofr ve vt,..wi,.iHMH ,uiw,iuaiiva ...-For tlcists, rstss, lime, usps, dc, apply to your nearust ticket uBce, or addrcu lme, conneetloni, Ac., call ou or address "the coastltutlou Ttctst Aisnlsol connecting lluneer aJJreis No matter bow Med W. B. MCKUBERTtl, Anaar. JAMKH O. KKNMT. It. t). 1IU0VVN. southern l'susnger Agt., may be from disease or excess, tbe Oreil Usui. Western Agsnt. bUnkird, Ky. 0. & Cor. Fourth d Msin sts , Louisville. 310 W Mulai Nt LoulsvlUs, Ky. O.W.BENpEK. O.L,BIipWM, W. B. 8IUTTUC, W. W. HUBODr, German Invlgorator reitore it permanentrJapsrlntandesL Osn'i Pas. A Fit. Aft. (Jen I faassugsr Agt Usn'i Usnsger. O. W.MM1TII, M. W. FI7M.EK, Covington, Ky, ly. See advertisement. For sale br PeoUaUnnstL Ag3!. Osu'l Msuaiwr, foster-childre- 10 Hours LOUISVILLE to A SOIjFTRAIN 11 Arr Psrls. Lve. Pens II 3U a ui, !0 p ml Arr. Islington..., ilWp m I 10 p m Lve. l'srli ..... ,...-- ! C SO p a Mlllrrsburg, I III n " Csrllil ...... ... k m.1 I CO t B p ii.m. IWpm ArrJMsyMllls Lve. I'.ils. . Ill 21 a ui 6 xU pua " Wlnchcue- r- ,il M put I 00 nm S 40 p W 0 10 pm, lllchiuoud a ti p ui " inncaelsr ii is pm Arr. BUckird Juur t loo pu4 No".T. NoTIe7 Noam, No. J. " Cyntulsu. Fslmoulh 10 lliiu ei tV am S 00 4 40 a u. 19 a m o zu p tllluB pm pm .... ........! itpu ... ... IMia 10 Lve. Btinford June " 11 11 10 41 Lsnossler . . hlcbuond.. Wluoasster l'irll,.. II 00 a ui li 1 lb a m 2 a Oil s m li 7 10 a m a T 40 a ui 1 1 11 1 I put p ui oa pm 41 pm ii ill! It am am 136pm t IDpsi pu lliiu Hoias-Uecki- e, ls !, & McAliiter. J, P. HILL, fasMCfsr Asot, LsUiwn.ry. JUchmond, Usn'l Faaa'r Ylrgluls. 0E0. H. McKlNNEY.lrsVsis. A Fit. Art. wiasfcrj, Ky.