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STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER of "Whatever you do, don't ask pa if lie was at tho circus. You see pa and I drovo up to tho raco track, where the circus was in tho evening, and af ter the circus was out we waited to see the men take tho tent down, and after they wero gono we started to drivo homo. It was very dark and I drove out on tho race track, and the old horto used to bo a racer and he pricked up his ears. Pa took the lines and said ho would drivo 'cause wo wero out pretty late, and ma would bo nervous. I told pa 1 didn't he was on tho right road, but ho said ho guessed nobody could fool htm about tho rond to town, and bless mo if ho didn't drive around that An Effect Circus-Going. 23, 1883. Why He Made NolOutcry. 192. Picking Applet. m. ii - A WALTON, ' t Editor end Proprietor 'Ivo killed many n man," said an army colonel, "but always In battle I never was so placed aslo feel obliged to kill a man in cold blood but once. I novcr want to bo placed ia such a position ngain." "How was it?" I asked. "Well," said tho nolo-nesighing, with unwillingness to go back to that disagrocablo day, "you sco I was ono of tho 100 Federal prisoners brought down from Savannah to?Charlestofi to stop tbo shells, and bath' from Gen. Iiufus Saltan's batteries. You remember we were stockaded thoroon a spaco In front of Charleston as asort-o- f target for tho uns. Well, on tho way Federal down from Savannah to Charleston Wo planned it In wo were to escape. Savannah. The train, a rambling, shambling affair, drawn by a wheezy old locomotivo capablo of something like ten miles an hour on a dead level, was to bo guarded by old men and young boys unfit for field duty. They wero armed, of course; but wo outnumbered them ton to ono. Every man in tho secret had his part to play signal to give, n guard to watch, a gun to scizo. Each 'of us carried an improviiod weapon of some sort. I remember I picked up tho bolt of nn old car coupling and hid it under ray shirt, and I suppose all the others had arms of a similarly tcrriblo descrip tion, illy duty was to kill a guard who stood right in front of mo at tho end of tbo car when tho signal should Iw givea. It was an old passenger car. I sat in tbo last scat facing tho wood box, and tho guard stood by tho stove. Presently ho canto over and stood by. the wood box. And such a farmer's boy guardl A white-hair- ed of sotno seventeen years, so sleepy with long duty that ho could scarcely keep bis oyca open. Ho had a good face, with a very innocent expression, that refilled tho uppcarance of his coatio clothes and dirty shoes. Ho musket a muz-alhad an loader, with a big percussion cap. And this was my victim! I looked him all over and measured him carefully. Ono blow of my bard bolt on that soft head would end him. "I havo no idea of tho scenery of that route. I saw but ono thing all that way that boy. I watched him as tho hawk watches tho little chicken. And as I watched him I pitied him mora and tnoro. Ho was so young, so fair, so innocent. I steeled myself with tho thought that he mutt dio if we would bo free. At the timo, though, I was looking fur some way in which I could do my duty and yet save that boy. I tell you it's a terrible thing to sit for hours opposite boy measuring him Tor a a coffiu. I don't know what fear is, but 1 confess without hesitation to a tremor evory timo I thought of his dying gasp. As I watched him (and every body else in the car was watching mo) I wondered whether I could not disablo his guu and then content myself with stunning,him when the moment came. With such care as you can scarcely conceive, I reached forward through thoso short legs for tho nipple of tho musket. After several trials I touched tho gun, oh, so carefully, and in a moment moro had tho cap in my hand. I threw it out of tho window. Then the whole car The breathed freer. I know guard Btill slept. I wondered whether I couldn't get that musket away, I could try. I did, with inconceivable patience and care. I slowly disengag ed tho dangling legs; I caref.illy lifted - the clasped fingers; I put the bauds in his lap; I took tho musket slowly from between his logs, and quietly pushed it under the seat on which I eat. As I did so, ho shook himself, turned over with his head against tbo wall, and went on with hi nap, now i was my sen again, ixo was in my power, and no blood would be shed. But just at that moment word was passed to mo that the plan had failed. Tho coward who was to give . tho signal was afraid to give it; tho point was passed; it was all over; the locomotive was whistling for the next town. Oh , how mad I wasl I could havo killed that coward without a quiver. But there was bo help for it, I slowly and carefully pulled out tbo gun of the Bleeping guard, put it betweeu his legs again, and quietly clasped his fiBgers around the barrel. And then wo rolled Into town; and he awoke and shook himself, and yawned and looked sharply at mo, better for hla sleep. But ho never missed that Cor. Phlla. Record. cap." t, e tow-hea- fubllihrtt Tueitlftya ami FrlilaVi "" of Cia.no IM3U ANNUM. trtlonoelonaoohan, not rnH doa't eeevf etmpelnpoT'''taf end t" omlwo wU. Punlthment. Wbllo conversing with a prison official a, .lew dajrs since, tbo question came up lis to wbtcli h the most subduing In its effecU, solitary eonfine-mea- t and similar methods, or the use of the (trap, lie claimed that tho latter was the most effective, and gave the following Incident as illustrative of his theory: A short time since a bur'tej coavlct, recently received un-da five years' sentence, informed bis keeper that ho declined to further waste hU energies In labor. Ho had eottcltfdkl to knock off perinSsently ami rest during the balance of bis sentence. As he made not tbo least pretence of sickness or Incapacity as au excuse for his conduct, he was or T"1 i,PcrcJ to dertd strapped striko him satisfactorily; bo simply remarked that was all right, he was ready for the punishment, but it would 'sot inlluence him in tho Und ho had taken an Iota. It took just six strokes of tho strap to convinco him that his position on the labor question was illogfcal and untenable, lie begged to be released aud declared he Would take no further part in tho n management oi the, prison, Tho thought that this sarao treatment applied to tho degraded species of tramps who Dll our jails, woutd havo an excellent effect. To furnish them with good food" and lodging nt the expenso of the county for ten or fifteen days, he regarded as no punishment whatever. And ho is undoubtedly right in this latter premise The jail has no longer any terror for the professional tramp. It Is in his lino and after short periods of travel, in old weather, ho casts its warm and comfortable without any useless regrets or compunction, and .his standing in the community Is In no wise aHected by g hlty brief conGmMnent. Tho used to bo a good department ftahire "of the jail here. With the steam rod roller it would seem that this system might be advantageously put In operation again. It might prove cheaper than running tho stono cfu8Der.TrMJchigan Tatriot. iy in pro-ciu- ta atone-breakin- Ama track about eight times. Evory time wo passed tho grand stand, which pa couldn't sco on account of his eyes, I Mod, for I thought if ho knew the road so well I could ride as long ai ho could. After wo had rodo around tho track about eight times and I was getting sleepy, I mildly suggested that tnaybo wo had bettor stop at a houso and enquiro tho way to town, and pa-gmad and asked me if I took him to bo a fool. Then he drovo around n couplo of times more, and tho man who keeps tho track came out and said 'hello!' Pa stopped and asked him what ho wanted and he said, '0, uothiu',and pa drove on and told him to mind his own business. Wo wont around tho track again, and when wo got to tho sarao place the man was there, and I guess pa thought it was time to enquire tho way, so he pulllcd up and asked the man what ho was doing there, and the man said ho was minding his own business. Pa asked bim if wo wero on tho right road to town, and the man said if wo wasn't in any hurry ho would liko to havo us drivo on tbo track all night, as it was a httlo heavy and he wanted to get it in condition to speed the colts the next day, but it wo had to go wo could drive out of tho gate and tako tho left hand road. Well, pa was mad, and he wanted to know why I didn't tell him wo were on the track, but I told him ho seemed to know it all, and it was dangerous to advise a man who knew it all. Ho didn't speak all tho way to towu, but when wo put oat the horse he said: 'Hennery, if this thing gets out your pa will havo the reputation of being drunk. It you tell it you aro no friond of mine.' So I shall say nothing about it 'causo it is a mean boy that will go back on his pa." Peck's bun. How to Travel and Hirer Par. Tho proper picking and packing of apples is of great importance. The best keeping sorts will not be preserved well unless tho fruit is uninjured in gathering and packed securely. The most approved method of picking is by hand, with ladders, tho fruit being put in a grain sack. Tho bottom and top of tho sack aro brought together and tied and then hung upon tho shoulder. A short stick may bo used to keep the mouth of tho sack open. Tho sack Is quickly and easily emptied by lowering tho mouth end and lifting up tho bottom. The sack can be lowered into tho barrel and tho apples will run out without being bruised as when thoy are poured in from a basket from the top. Many apple growers prefer to put the fruit in heaps for a few daya that the skin may toughen befoo barreling. In short tho aim In picking should bo to not bruiso the fruit, and in this way onhanco its keeping quality. The fruit should not movo about in tho barrels during Bhipmont, and to this end tho apples must bo shaken down when tho barrel is half full and again when full, after which tho head is put on and pressed into place with considerable force. It is much better to have the upper apples somewhat flattened than to leavo tho fruit so it will stir in the package Tho opposite head should bo marked as tbo one to be opened. The mistake is 8omctimoa made of not sorting tho fruit. Make at least two qualities or grades, and mark each package with its grades. This will secure uniformi ty in tho fruit in each barrel and a better prico. There is much to be gained in tho way of a reputation for careful picking honest assorting and the proper packingof all kinds of fruit. American Agriculturist. AHorel-Umtersi- told you boys a dozen times to keep away from this door," said a merchant, "and tho next ono of you I catch hanging around horo will "I havo M'RGBERTS&STAGG Opera Stanford, : t." "Handwriting on the Wall." Masea-chusetts Iw .'JWendell Phillips, the great orator, noted for his bitter eomrty to the South tor the past thirty year, seems to have had a now revelation relative to Southern prosperity. In a recent speech ho said: ''The handwriting on the wall is so plain that none but a fool need It. New England is doomed just as sure as natural laws produce fixed results. Now England has no soil worth mentioning, and hor wealth has all becu derived from her manu factures. These artfgradually Iwiviug ... K her, and eventually they will all go sornolo tho West, the most to tho Bouth, where the advantages for profitable manufacturing aro located. Tho coal and iron in tbo South aro easily gotten at, nud inexhaustiblo in amount, and the iron mills, tho foundries and machine shops can go to them better than they can go to the shops. Tho cotton and woolen mills must go there, for the raw materials aro, and aro to be, produced there most cheaply, uniformly and better. Then look at tho advanvagea of the extra hours of daylight iu a year's run. This, of itself U no small matter. As, tho South grows stronger, tho wealth, culture and power of tho country will be centered there until sho will become, not alone tho mistress of Amer ica, but the central empire of tho world." 'The 131oorafugton Eye issues a vocabulary for young novelists, from which wo make tho following selections: Let us talk apart. Wo are observed. Perfidious wretcbl Unhand me", villain! la this a time for jest. ing? And may a father's curso He drove her from his door. Before heaven I am innocent. Your tale has touched mo deeply. The future shines bright before us. At 0 then, by the old castle gates. Go, and may heav-e- g forgive you, as I do. I will be for this, Jasper Harcourtl Don't trifle with- - me; I have you In Bay powwl Wed you, Wynbert Mandolin? Never! Twenty years ago your father eonfUed to me this doeumentl M Mr. Kimball, the present Vice President of the Rock Island, took a seat behind two section men in a coach leaving Davenport for Chicago. Tbo conductor came, in and collected faro from one of tho men, tho'other hav ing previously paid. Said tho latter to gag his friend: "I can travel on this road whenever I want to and never pay a cent." "How's that?" said the'other, "It's a secret," said tho first. Mr. Kimball pricked up his carr, and thougl t ho had a good sized "hen on." Tho Paddy who last paid his faro got off at a way station, and Mr. Kimball slipped into tbo vacant seat. "Have a smoke?" ho said to tho remaining Irishman. "How do you manage to travol without paying? I do a deal myself, and would liko to know." "Would yez loiko to know?" said Pat, looking cunning. "Indeed I would, and I'll give you 810 if you tell me."- - An association of experienced instructors has been recently organized for tho nevel purpose of enabling persons in every walk of life, engaged in pursuits which do not permit them to attend schools or colleges, to rcceivo instructions by correspondence at their homes. The assiciation will be known as the Correspondence University. It is not designed to compete with other educational institutions, but to supplement their work. It is believed that persons who otherwise might find an opportunity for intellectual work will bo stimulated to methodical study by the means the new organization will afford. It aims especially to benefit persons desirous of preparing for any of tho civil service examinations, or for admission to college, the military or the naval academy or law schools. Informal examinations, by corres pondence, will be held at intervals by each instructor at his discretion. "Pass" and "Honor" examinations will also be held, open to such students as desire to take them. Tho fco for four weeks tuition in any study of the grade required fur admission to a collego or tciontific school will be SG 35, payablo iu ad vance. The fee for four weeks tuition in studios of an advanced grado will be 8 35, get a warming that he'll remember.'' The boys went away frightened at the throat of th angry man. After awhile a Httlo fellow, wearing n ragHouso Block. Ky., ged jacket, carao along and stood on DXJAXiKim IN tho forbidden ground. V.'AaI Paper. WlHCH, Draw, Mimical Llnties-fl- , "Movo on away from thcrcl" exChemlralH, Uookx, InntrntneHlH. , NtntloHcr-Tl'Hlnta, Kant, I'ockct claimed the merchant. Nohpr, uiift, XelaccoH, CaKlcry. Tho boy remained standing, Io6k-in- g rcrrHeHcry, wuapS) FIro Arms, HrchIho " Need lea. up and down tho street. Department Is In Charge of Col. Our Jewelry, Silverware and Optical "Ho is determined to steal some- Tlios. Rlcliards, who will Ilcpair WatchesGoodsClocks Promptly and In tho best and thing," said tho merchant. "I'll fix style. him," nnd taking up a piece .of barrel hoop, ho rushed out, seized the boy, and began to striko him. "Ob you'ro a stubborn little bruto," he said, when the boy struggled but mado no outcry. "There now, If yon como back you'll get twice as much.' Tho child crossed over to tho oppo-sitside of tho street, and stood rub bing his eyes. Ho looked so Httlo and ragged, so hungry, that tho mercoun-tr- y. chant's heart smote him for his cruC. elty. "I'm looking for a Httlo boy," .said a woman, stopping in front of the merchant's door. "His father was killed day before yesterday by a railway train, and sinco then he won't stay in the house. Sometimes he enters tho yard as though forgetful of DEALEU IK his great loss, butsuddenly remembering, he bursts into tears and runs Hardware, lTorso Shoes, Groceries, Baddies, Iron, Nails, away. His mother has been dead fur Qiicciiswarc, Buggy Whips, Bngey Wheels. Stoves, lTarucHg, Cano Mills, years, and his father was the only huSpokes, Grates, Cider Mills, Lap Covers, man being ho cared for. It is almost Rims, Niouotrarc, Corn Shelters, Collars, impossible to make him understand what death is. Yonder he stands, the Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Plows, Wooden and poor fellow is deaf and dumb." Cast Pampi, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofing and Qa.tering will have prompt attention. Advice rihich was Accepted. in . A young gentleman, moving saiemnen B XeKtnnu, good society, but whose bank account was by no means plethoric, sought out ii. c. iikiuiit. one of our wealthy citizens about a a'.J.CUKKA. month ago ond told him he wanted to speak to him on a very important affair. Crocus said to his visitor: ' 'I am busy just now, and must request you to be brjef. What is it busmeee?' The young gentleman thoroughly em Wholesale nnd Retail Dealers Ih barrassed by the brusquenees of tho other, could only stammer. "Very important business." "Well" said Croesus, "let me give you this advice: Don't put it off 'till tomorrow it you can do it today. That has been the "Wo. run two houses, carry tho Largoat Stock in town; pay cash for theory on which I have mado my success in life." The young gentfoman oar goods, which onablos us to soil you olosor than any one. All wo stammered his thanks, departed, and ask is a trial. BRIGHT & CUBBAN. that very day went before a magistrals with the daughter of Crauus, and married her then and there. When the old gentleman found it out, he, for the first time, began to doubt tho universal applicability of this tbo-orIPHARMAC1STS" However, it is understood that -suLuu in- Boston Ga all has been forgiven. m E3I.O. FlTJFTiErsr I have received and am still o ing New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market, which will he gotten up in style and make second to none injeity or Give me a trial. H. receiv- Rupley. Wi Hi HIGGINS) BRIGHT k CURRAN, &. GROCERIES AND HARDWARE, VUEEtf SWAKE, y. w'BSJ ft WiJfete Brngs, Books, Stationery and Fanoy Artioles. Putayilana' prucilptlona accurately zette Face TiiEMimsTEn Could Not Recall. A minister, wh'o was inA while clined to bo walking one day, encountered ayoung lady whoso face somehow seemed to bo familiar to him. Taking her to bo one of his parishouers' daughters, and not wishing to pass her without notice, ho stepped forward, and, cordially shaking her hand, entered into expecting that her namo would immediately come to his recollection. After comparing notes about tho weather, however, and other topics, ho had at length to confcss,"Well, I know your face quite well, but I can not recall whero I have seen you before." "Oh, please, sir, I'm your new tablemald," was tho unwelcome Liverpool Courier. reply. absent-minded- , f9 Flg-- - J a Alao com pounded i I jkwelerm; s LargcstiStock of Watches, Clocks, Jewclrj & SUtcrwaro Eier brought.to thla market. Price Lower than the LoveaUBWatcbee, Ciocka and Jewelry Repaired on abort notice and.Warranted. "No." "Fifteen." "No." "Twenty-five." "Douel" said the section hand, and tho cash wss forked over. "Bo Jabere, I walk J' This sarno Pat Is section foreman on tho Rock Island, near Davenport. N. Y. Morning Journal. Why Sub Objected to the Hon-o- k. T. W. Eagle, of VIlatuLbuit, ajalormi ue that instead of indictments presented Unwii'a Kapectorant curat blot el a rery U4 by the Grand Jury. The lawyers Cauf h after tittj other medicine bad failed. To tebadof Tennr A MeAUikr, Stanford, andW. The first Chines child ever born ia who drafted the sew constitution held It' WeW, HU Vernon. NoaatUr bow ad4 the conttltutlou the city ef Wubtagtoa, is the daugh-te- r that this was in conflict with the FederUlu Elen Mace, at Broctoo, UL, eat i her KdUoa'i Electrio Light U a wood crfu ma? U feew d4M or exeats, lbs Orit birJup'ubopeloaeJcoouiuiiHlte, but of the Chinese Minister. She ia al CoMtltutiou, and the United States MsterM H pHBtsset-1- . dUcoYerr.lmt not as wonderful as llall'a OsfMaJiJaTlceMWf four bot Uee or Urown'a Eapwtorant cured ber.;Kor fta-ujFor sale Ijr Vhmj & Mo aaaied Mi Ju. Mi means America, Circuit Court, to which a ease was ap- eale bjr lcnnr A MeAlUter, Stanford, and W. K Catarrh Cure. SMklmlkNMl. and k givea la hoaor of this country. pealed, took this ground. Weber, Wt. Vernon. v AlUter, MAHUr. The daughter of a fisherman down the coast bad a tifl with her lover because sho would not allow him to name his new lwat for her. "Why do you stand out ag'in it?" asked her father. "Well," querried the girl, "do you think it such a great compli ment to hear every few weqks that Matilda Slocum a up fur repairs, Ma tilda Slocuni's In tho dock to bo scraped, or that Matilda Slocuta's this and MatlhkSlocum's that? If you do, I don't, and that's got to settle it!" Maine Gleaaingj. A physician who writes for tho Con tinent about the curative powers of nature is positive in his conviction that it is better for a consumptive to stay at home, where ho can bo comfortable, than subject himself to tho discomfort of hotel life, or to the greater inconvenience of a camp. Ho says that tho camp euro may be fairly trieiAy sleeping on one's own housetop. Another medical man replies that tho summer conditions of spruce forests are eminently favorablo and consumptives have recovered in tho most surprising way Hying under canvas In them, where tho air is impregnated with the healing emanations peculiar to the nondeciduous tree There are consumptives growths. whose lungs crave tho salt air of tho ocean; others to whom tho dry atmosphere of Colorado is infinitely soothing; and others again who are benefitted by tho climate of Florida or southern California. "To prescribe Florida tor one person might mean death, while if ho went among the Northern paradiso of spruce recovery might follow." Mwi j Bole i WmM SITIAIBILIEIS JL1STJD ZKJIRJSTIEISS sonable. SHOP. Nico lot ol' Horses aud Fine Turnouts. Rates rea- Why a Youno Man Got a PAes. When Dean Richmond was connect ed with a prominent railroad a young man presented himself before him and "Upon what requested a pass. grounds do you want tho pass?" said Mr. Richmond. "Becauw I don't want to pay my fare!" replied the young man. Said Mr. Richmond, "You shall have it for your truthfulness," and turning to his secretary he said: "Give this young' man a pass. Ho is the first applicant that has told Cincinnati me tho truth for ages." 100,000 I Is wanted by me. POTJIVDS will pay the highest marketlprlce. W0ffc I also deal ia And csn supply CO AIi! it is any quantity. A. T. NUNNEIsIeEY, Stanford, Ky. Job Printing: of every kind Prmoptly and Cheaply done and in the Highest Style of the Art, We have Every Facility, such as Steam, Fast Presses and New Type, for work, and all we ask is a trial. W. P. Walton. do-in- g Enquirer PILES! PILES I PILES! Ketv Dltrotrryfar (tJlct changt froia lb old iuukIIm heretofore la uh, TU. PUcomy U The score of convicted murderers jcanotMlltutKlentlteituiIr aal lb remit ol Inmllfillou in California cannot be hanged until lata I o character of this painful dUtaaa, To ol IU (raat merit, call on Vtaaj i. Mo- jou the Supremo Court has decided a legal Allator, Stanford, or W. M. wbr, Ml. Vernon, point in the new Constitution. They and et a aauiple box free ol rharfo. wero convicted oa 'information and be- - l'llre K Dr. Iteming' eon-Ti- lif KMlr & ml&cckl julcmrJwrwil . T.A.:N-3rcmr- , xctt. Ootobor 23, 1&83 EBITM Tuesday Morainf, W. Px WALTON. For . jjfl'fin oce month we will rtcclre subscript liom'lolliB iKREiiion JounxAL it TWO DOIiLAKS ner Trnr. cash. Old ss well m new iiilFcrIbra are enibritceil In this offer, jirotlJcd they pay within the lime speclfl-f- d tit arroirtgc and a year In ailTanrc. Now ! the chance for lliwo who cnmplatn that f 2.CU If more than tlicf ca i p,j for a paper. 2 Dollar Tub representatives of nil tho tub ordinate lodges of tho Independent Order of Odd Fellows in tho Btftto meet heroin Grand Lodge- today, nnd as' tbo mouthpicca of tho citizens of Stanford, no extend to them a cordial welcomo to enjoy the freedom of tho 1881." city during tho three days that they The editor of tho Cincinnati ComCredulous Peeplt. will remain with w. Thojodges from mercial Omdie, cast dowa and embitIt seems to us remarkable that there ttlje.se representatives aro sent trhich tered at its crushing defeat by the de- should be newspaper or people who ben testify by that net that they aro mocracy, is mean and contemptible lieve or profess to believe in the Innocence o( inof good standing, and as such, enough to publish Ibis miserable slan- of Ellis Craft on his mere assertion nocence. They are willing to take the unno rcccivo them ami tender Uio der on the best men in the State: We supported word of this inhuman monster our homes, hoping that our are informed that in rural districts of against the sworn evidence of his accommay bo mutually pleasant Kentucky iutercouno tho Confederates have not plice and against the strongest corroboraand beneficial. Tho ordor thoy rep felt so happy sinco "the surrender," tive evidence. Every thing which was resent is a grand one, both in its mor- as just nbw. The Ohio victory of the produced at the different trials, even the of the witnesses for the defense, al nnd charitabfc purposes. It is not democracy touches the hearts that testimony but forged the chain tighter, and the more a religious organisation, but no person were made sore by the failure of the strongly convinced every body of hi gtiilC oari,become a tSember of it unless he rebellion with the most balmy conso- In all the trials there has never been a tinbo of good mOral character, believes lation enjoyed Bince General Leo rode gle juryman who had the slightest doubt of in a Supreme Being, the Maker and away from Appomattox and took an his guilt. And we do not think there is a Holer of the Universe and promises humble placo under the old flag at lawyer any where who could read all tho fidelity, not only to the laws and obliRichmond; and the Supreme Court's testimony and come to the conclusion that he was innocent. Yet because he declares gations of the Order but to the laws decision wiping out the Civil Rights himself innocent, as most most murderer offGod and tho laws of tho land. The Bill seems to crown tho triumph with do, there are people o stupid as to believe Order had its origin in London, about personal joys. it against proof. panhland Independent. the latter part of the last century, but fifty-tirMurders. Mr. Blame gets from the publishers was then more of a convivial than of Since March 1865 a period of about 18 of his now book $75,000 cash down a moral character. la 1813 the convivyears murders have been comial feather was abolished and many and a royalty of fifteen centsa volume. mitted in Logan county; Gfty.Gve persons improvements made in its ritual. The There are advance orders for ono hun- have been arraigned and tried by our courts Order in Great Britain now numbers dred thousand copies, and it is expect- for the crime of homicide, and of all that over 500,000 members. Until 1819 ed that fully three hundred thousand number, not a solitary offender ha been This would yield tho hanged by law; only two have been adit was exclusively of British members will be sold. author 8120,000 in all, which is some- judged to serve for life in the penitentiary orbut in that jenr Thomas Wildly and one of them was recently restored to ganized a Lodgo in Baltimore, Md., what more money than the average the bosom of his county by the misguided and since then tho Order has spread writer of books gets. clemency of the late Governor Blackburn. This record Is simply appalling. One intb"e'very Slate and Territory of the Senator VonnEEs' eloquence United States, and its membership could not savo the murderer, Hooker would naturally suppose that most of this bloody history was written immediately has reached nearly a million. The Stivers, who cowardly killed Burt after the war at a time when the shadow chief objects oi the- - Order, besides its Scully, at Paris, but it succeeded in of that great tragedy spread its face over social features aro to provide means to turning tho heads of a weak jury and the hearts and mind of men, when memomeet the claims of its sick and ds caused them to bring in a verdict of ries of battls fields and brutal deeds blunttressed members,, bury the dead, to re- manslaughter and fixing tho punish- ed the sensibilities and taught mankind to lieve tho widow and educato the or- ment at ten years in the State prison. scoff at the sanctity of human life. But, unhappily, such is not the case. In 18G5 phan, and well are these designs carUnder tho watchful eye of Audit- only one murder was perpetrated. In ried out. 18G0 only two. while in the year 1881 sevor Hewitt, who has and It iXnofoftea that Stanford has the posed many aa illegaldetectedunder ex- en men "died with their boots on" in our claim the midst, and eight heroes of Iho pistol and honor of entertaining to largo and so head of criminal prosecutions, the ex- stilletto have already ttiumphantly swung representative a body of men, some penditure for such matters has been the scalps of their victims to their belts in 200, but when she does, she does it in greatly reduced. In the county of the year 1883. This is official history-cop- ied style and comes as near inserting tho from the files of the office ol the Magoffin alone, tho difference in the big pot into tho little one as it is posclaims of 1879 and 1883 is 88,475.13. ClerL of the Logan Circuit Court. Iler- sible to do 60'.. So gentlemen of tho old Enterprise. Grand Lodge", I. 0. O.P. make yourIn our last issue we copied an arti NO TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. selves at home and eat, drink and bo cle from the Breckenridge JVhos which There were 303,678 pensioners bn the purported to givo tho true story of the roll at the end of the fiscal year. merry. Tho-firlosses 'in the United States killing of Gen. Morgan. The CarF.Shaw A Bros., tanners, at Boston, during the month of August amounted lisle Mercury pronounces the article a have failed for $5,344,000. Assets less to 810.000.OUO. Such Ufrurea aro foul slander and denounces its author than half that amount Governor Knott left Frankfort Saturstartling. To comprehend them one as a shameless slanderer. day, for "Washington City, to Took after (he should think of the amount of labor State's interest in the distribution of pubPRESS COMMENTS, to replace the property necessary lic money. Jef! Dan's Vindicated. which vanished in smoke in that sinJeans pants are selling, at IndianapoThe last decision of Coart lis, at one cent per pair, owing to rivalry gle month. Estimating the wages of oa the Civil Rights Act is the best State sold over men engaged in the building trades at Right's document we have bad for a long between merchants. One firm 2,000 pair by ten o'clock, Friday. rean averago of 82 50 a dayt it would lime. Yeoman. Gold has been discouered at Lisbon, quire four millions days' work, or the Should Seek A Shad Place. Dakota. The samples assayed average It is said that Fhil. B. Thompson will be $20 to $250 per ton. There is much extime of one hundred and sixty thousand men for ono month to replace the a caadidate for Congrats from the Eighth citement In that part of the Territory. The Pulman Palace Car Company property burned. As the fire losses of Kentucky Djtrlct, and the opinion ia freely and generally expressed that the shade earned the past year a total or $4,093,245 were not exceptional, it folAugust of private life are the most appropriate for gross, and after paying nine and f lows thata standing army of one hun- him juit at this time. Central Courier. per cent. In dividends, bad the comfortable work-me- a dred and fifty thousand skilled surplus for the year of $1,053,312. Nearly All Worthy of Contempt is kept constantly employed in A. young couple who are well to do, An .drkaBaM'Judge sent a man to fall this country in making good tho loss- olher day for contempt of court. If all and not immoral, are said to have been re Not many nations men who had contempt of a great many cently married in an entirely nude condies from fires. could stand so heavy a drain. Much courts were sent to tail, the crowd on the tion, in Fleming county, Ky. They wish ed to Imitate the fashion of Eden. of this heavy tax could be saved were free aide of the prison would not onlr feel Mrs. McMichael, whose husband, Con awfully lonesome bat would be without a there more care exercised in the con- courting; quorum. Bowling Green Ga- duclor Chas. Michael, was killed in the struction of buildings, and the avoid- zette. frightful explosion, at Winchester, a short while since, has sued the Cbeepeake and ing of cunditioM' which make conflaIt Went Hart Ben. railroads grations poaaible. It'a silly to speak of Ben Butler aa a Onto and the Kentucky Central for $40,000. A Kunxuckv editor is generally a Presidential candidate. Ife would be as Hold Burns wts horribly butchered to mighty bad animal to fool around. Ho badly beaten aa was old Greeley, and the death, in Logan County, 111., Friday, and democracy would commit a great blander Oran A, Carpenter, the wealthiest man in usually Is sure of being right and then in nominating him. But there ia no dan-ghas been arrested for the deed. he goes ahead regardless of conseof any iucU actions oa the part of any that section, to Charles McCartney, editor rseslble political party. Bowling Green A mob tried get him but be till live to quences. desecrate the earth. of the republican paper at Flemings-burg- , Times. A ltdf passenger on the Cincinnati whom was attacked by two men Don't Stir the Slink. Southern train from the Soutb, gave pre. he bad wrjttea, iiiiand when they atJustice Utrlnn alone dissented when the mature birth to a child, which died while tempted to assassinate him,, ho opened Supreme Court decided the Civil Rlghta tho mother was waiting at the Chespeak The Loulaville and Ohio depot, in Lexington, to lake the ou them with a 32 caliber pistol, kill- Law unconstitutional. ing one instantly and mortally wound- Ommacial tees in the nomination of Jus- train for her home, in the eastern part of tice ITatlan a possible chance for the re- the State. ing the other. The department at Washington, finds publican party next year. The hope reals During) Gov. Knott's absence from on the resurrection of issues dead and bur- that the demand for the new two cent Kentucky, Capt.' Jas. R. Hindmau, ied long ago, and which if now dug up stamps is greater than tho demand for the tho Lieutenant Governor, is holding would atink. Covington Commonwealth. old three cent stamps ever was. On no day since Oct. 1, ha there been Usued less the helm of State, and many a lawTho Heal Reason. than 30,000,000, and one day the issue ran The republican are giving many reasons up to 38,000,000. yer who imagines ho has claims on occasion to push a for their defeat in Ohio. Borne charge It kim, will take-th-e Edward Horey, the cowardly woman We don't know to the confusion thrown Into the canvas by killer, at New York, Taylor Bryant, at pardon lor his client the liquor question, No few aaiert that Munroe, Ga., for rape; Margaret Harrison, bow the Captain will stand tbo charge is made of stern it was the shortage of the duty on wool colored, at Calhouu, Ga., for murder and but he looks like he that did the mischief. Others think that James Ilanley. also of color, for murder enough stufl'toHOt let his heart run the Presidential aapiratioas of John Sherat Columbus, Texas, were made little anaway with his head. man, and the antrlguesof Foster for a seat gel by tb hangmen, Friday. were formidable to General Steedaaa, "the Hero of Tun Civil Rights Bill decisioa won in the Benate, KepublfcsBS fall obstacle the success. The to hit died at 3 o'clock Thursday Tsve Southern peohurt the negro. real season for tbeir disaster in Ohio. They of Pneumonia, at hi home In Toleto gtvo him were beaten because the republican party ple especially aredispayil do. Since the war he had served a Proevery right U k tmtMti fe, and if he must go. N. Y. Sun. visional Governor of Georgia, Collector of behaves MsmU, vw wHl guarantee Emcilf. Internal Revenue at New Orleans, member We do not believe there is one white of the Ohio CosMUtutiosal Convention, sad that he U a well tttsUed without tbo man out of any one hundred thousaad in Stale Senator. latekwM wUh'lt. hospf-talityo fifty-five -e one-halet Calk-asaangafter-noon, resume eotae about as efew m they would in Florida. The vote a word-I- g to law em sot be eoMted ll'H a week afkr the election and when it is returned to the Secretary ef Slate, some delay m required before the re mit can be officially promulgated. But it doesn't matter much. Enough is known to insure Hoadly'a majority at least 12,000, while the LegJtklnre stands two democrats te the rsmihK- cans one ia the Senate, aid CO to 15 in tbo House. The vote was almostas large as any ever cast ia the State and aa exchange very truly remarks: "Hcrctoforo it has always been claim ed that wilit a lull vote Uliio was a surely republican Slate. Experience may bo said to bavo justified that claim. But tho last trial of strength has proved to bo aa exception to the common rulo, nnd baa Inspired ibe democrats with confidence in their ability to repeat their triumph in Thk offer! rVem election la OWo South who in his treatment of negro in the beat br site Civil Righto law. The only tMttg It aeeetapMeh-ewm to enable onecrupeloM negro to put themselves into positions, to which the decent Members of their race deny their right to go and then go Into the courts and sue for damages. No negro has asked atiy right of the white, which i accorded hlns br ht race In the South, and been denied. The law was therefor a foolish and unnecessary one, Lexington Transcript tfce wt Influenced d What With the Surplus. "When CongreM meets In Decmber, It will be confronted with a Treasury surplus of $139,000,000, and the question will be what to no with It. The only sound Method of relief from this cmbarrawcaent of hk public riche is in reducing excessive rate of duty on import and In reducing the interminable list of dutiable articles. By thus reducing the duties the people will be saved not only from the $130,000,000 of surplus revenue, but from more than double that amount of incidental taxation that does not go Into tho Treasury. While aflordlne great relief to the tax.narer. such a reduction of duties would give new winga to the commerce of the country." -P- hiladelphia Record. Nine million poHal card, which will tee, have jett been ordered from the fsctety hi Castleteti, N. Y. Near Owlagton, Jne, M. Palmer, an ok! man, found Ren CfHlchtow, a young man 25 years old, on hi farm and ordered him off A soon as he got on t of the field hot word were pasted. Palmer shot, and Crntchlow threw a stone at Ihe same timet. The latter fell dead, shot through the heart, and Palmer fell with his skull fractured and will probably di. Colored Baptist In convention at Wr- andotte, Kansas, representing a number of tho Western Slate and Territories, adopted resolutions protesting against the late decision of the 8upreme Court on Civil Right. Thwy charge the responsibility of the decision upon the republican parly, and give notice 16 all political parlies, In a Very general way, that they Intend to hold whatever ground they command a enfranchised American citlten. Kentucky Justice I sometfmes almost a swift as the New Jersey article. Judge Perkins opened court In Brscken county Friday morning, heard the ftmllh murder trial, sentenced the defendant to the Penitentiary for life, heard arguments for a new trial in the Brockman case, overruled themolion,confirnied the severe sentence ptevionelr pronounced, and adjourned court in time for an early dinner. In Frankfort, two colored men were, placed on trial at 2 r. .. for house breaking. At I o'clock tber were being pal at work in the penitentiary . weigh ahent shirty The Seutenco of Death. In sentencing the boy fiend at Somerset, Judge Owsleyspoke very feelingly as fol lows: i Fkank WoolfoboSlaole: You were Oommtmlnner by the Florid a few day siftee, gave every body a ts4e for that UmVTTK . ARYKHTrMtHKm. MILLIIVTERy l.sihi 1 indicted in this court at its present terra for the murder of three persons at the same time, and were tried for the killing of Joseph Ctoburne, one of the parties. The jury after a fall hearing nnd mature delib eration found you guilty of murder and fixed your punishment at death. Have you any legal oauae to urge, why the judgment of tho court should not now be pronounced? Slagle said:- -"I didn't get a fair trial, I was forced into It." You have been well and ably (defended by competent counsel appointed by the court who have exhausted every resource which was possible for your defense; the jury was an intelligent one of your own selection and I tried to give you a fair and impartial trial nd if any error was committed I feel satisfied it waa not unfavorable to you. The proof produced waa strong and conclusive so the jury thought and found and they had the right to decide that question, and I'm satisfied they had full and sufficient evidence to reach that conclusion. The crime for which you bare been tried and convicted is a fearful one and the punishment is commensurate with the oflence. Society and the laws of the land demand that those who have been guilty of crime shall suffer the just penalty for their offences. This i uot for vengeance, but to conserve the public peace and deter evil doers from tbt commission of similar offences. The law ought and must be executed and the courts must see that it la fairly and justly done. Sympathy and duty mean an impartial trial. You are said to have been a waif cut upon the great ccean of society without father or mother; that misfortune you are not responsible for associates and practices you are surrounded as you are by a good and law abiding people. You are entitled to sympathy but you are certainly responsible for your acts. I can now only commend you to the kind and loving Father of all. He i abundantly able and willing to save the Accept sincerely most reckless tinner. and truly His Son who suffered an ignominious death on the cron to save us all and I am sure you may be saved. See to it then that wheo your body perishes you do not at the sams lime lose your immortal soul. It is my painful duty to now pronounce the sentence of the law. It is the judgment of the Court that you be taken from this court house to the jail of this county there to be ssfely confined and kept until Tuesday, the 8th day o January, 1884, on which day between the hours of ten o'clock A. it., and two o'clock r. M., you will be taken therefrom by the sheriff or other officer designated by the court to a place to be selected, and then and there to be hung by tbeneck until you are dead. And the Lord will have mercy o, on you if you ask Him in eood faith to Tho execution to be private. do-s- soany Isnd. Louisville cspHtft are turning their eyes toward our tropUal penltlar and heavy Investment are being planted. The Ootnmlraloners of Railroad being th last best gift bslonglsg to the Governor's prerogative, candidate are multiplying like mink In a hollow log. The last Legislature divided tho Slate Into three districts, allowing one Commissioner from esch section. The applicants already from the middle district are Judge Fountain T. Fox, of Louisville, JuJice Wlek. llflV, ol Bsrdstown, Msj. Phtli, of Washington county, Judge Peltus, of Pulaski and Col. Wm. Diike and Messr. N. 8, McDowell and Jchn B. Nichols, ol Boyle, county. The water of the Western district are said In be swarming with hungry shark. Col. Hunter Wool, of the Airio Era, I an applicant and is thought to have creditable claims nnd a fine backing. Col. Willis B. Maclirn, will bo a candldale'for reappointment In the Eastern district candidate are loo nniiier oua lo mention, bnl there la a popular be llsf that If Judge Dresner put In a plea for a second term all effarts t hi place will be futile. There are only a fw of the appllcints'already In th field two months befort lite legislature convene. There was n rumor In (his city Saturday that Gov. Knott bad tendered the Superintendent's position at Anchorage, lo Dr. Puey, of tills ctty, and thtt It had been declined, Dr. Pusey I a lifelong friend of Mr. Knott's, who came here from Hrrckn. ridge county, lo retire from practice. Dr. Gale had heard the current reiort of a nothing positive. change, but could Col. John B Wathen, Jr., and Mia Fanny Russell will be married (Tuesday), in Ltbanon, by Bishop of the Rsman Citholic church, assisted by leu priests, in the ceremonies of Russell Is the the Nuptial Mass. Mi accomplished daughter of the Hon. Wm. E. Russell, who made the race for the Appellate Jodseshlp against Judge Lewis. HDltOJJON D3RNTIHT, LANCABTRR, KY. Oflea over CI tent NsUontl iliat. Oftetasofl from s to IS A. M. md from l to s r. x. LANCASTER, KT. Will tifsilttl Its nrrttttl anil ts.lllnlta avktsftlisasl ilM-IjMd Court of ArpMli. T. WALTM, A.TTO IWJ3V At K. O. BAM M, HUHDXTT, UA.AV, Me Tall snd Tflaler stock el M't'lie t wiw sr rising Is Ibslullnl snd I I rst tv.r bad, snd t InTlt in attention of hs ladles lo ll ronSdenl that I ran pices th most failldloue. Thanking mr lilend foMhclr liberal patronage of th part, 1 earneellr 'k a rosllnnane. 190-- tf HRH. KATKHVHBKHKH, KAUFFMAN, -- Information Whh1chV wr. mrr j. h. uvi.txn Asullsblsrward will be rM for tnforaMMoa loading lo the detection ol RaritlNg) KT. u-- ii ! ' rendition, of our laces, which Hatter CnnimlMtorterOarrard t Irenll ConrU Will flail, Indueser) snd praetle In sll the Courts of Darrard and adjelnlsf in did net seconnt for when ear stent In Bisnard threw years ago. counties snd In th Court of Appeals. LAHCA8TKU, vt r.A.w, ji re?.. Chicago, III ENTERPRISE Grocery. FurnlturE. thae thstnllcst tDdibfetllneof Kurollnrest steer description srer sahlblled la Msnbrd.tt a itrsll through lur tlor will proT. Mr price ar aa raw at alnillargxndaran t bought In thscltlee, 1 alto s fact also rarabla ol oetlardtmonitrallon, keep on hand s lull Una sf IJmlcrtakvrM doodn I GEO.D.BURDETT Andamrcedr losers luaersls prorantlr a nice, new Hears. , with a At- Orders by Tel0f..a(iliFreaptly tend w to. TjtmcHNtcr, JCeiitucky, 1IAVK m-SX- B. K. WEAKEN. ESTILL SPRINGS! plc IUiId for h touting ol u.b rhirgf)r.Mnt lt.li now I am wtltrUg Just Rocoivod Another Car Load of Preparer te Receive Gvesti. I bSTs a corps o trained sertssls sad will U tbt U furnish de Furniture, - ConiUtlng'sf NHtiMiHCiory AcceHiHteilaiieitH. y, Parlor and Ohambor Sots, Bods & Loungos, Bod Springs and MattroBsos, Sofas and (.hairs nnd Everything To sll persons g pursuit of health or fleaaur. Thsmedlclosl qualities of thssa waters srw to will known la ths people of Central Kentucky to properties. need s description of Ibelr TbsrelMof board will b reasonsble. sorfurlher Information, apple to m st Irtlne, Kjr. 157.11 H. Jf. t'KACOCK. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURN8EDE, To Mr. Barnes" Friends in Kentucky. Out of the thousand of brother Runes' converts, who owe their salvation lo hi ministry, how many are there who will send $1 each, to bo uaed in procuring a Gospel Tent, lor Ms ua In England? It is plain from his letters that there is an opening for him In this lent service and this appeal ia made to hi Immediate friend all over the State, who with lo send him a token of their sflecllon and gratitude, a well as of interest in hi work. Only a stierl lime can be allowed for collecting, a It it desirable lo forward our contribution by the first of November. Those who respond to this call can mall their contributions (o this place directed to W- - P. Walton, Interior Jouksal, and their names and money will be forwarded to Brother Bsrnes as soon a possible. JB5T3tte piper friendly to the Evangelist personally, or to his work, will con- fer a ftvor by copying this communication. Stanford, Oct. 22. longing to a 1'lrsl-clas- s tilturo Store. hh Low HA Far Bo Propr lrlcenj AHjbtHlv'aj. This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains Its High Reputation, AMD- VALTJABL- E- -Its Garrard Co. Lands FOR SAXE. I ocVr IIO.. A. 01 Boyle, G. TALMO'lT, liaeanillJtl for Sptsto ol tb IIoum or UproenUUi(t. st priests sat mr farm of about SS0 acres, n, la Uarranl, about one mils belov Camp Dick with large collar bouse of debt rooms. In number on repair, all nrceaaarroulbol!Jla(t, and flasKiS wlllbsrsntSTiS tossSfrssa IhsisMi freesf eksrgs. ftseclsl accoaamsSstlsss I lbs land fertile and Ins Sn tlaU of eulllrallon, tCsisierrlslTrstiUrs.Ths Bar will k nearlr all being In grau. On tbeplaeelsa dlatll-le- rr slwsji essslieS with Iks chstestl of about HO buahela capacity. Tb Isrnplk to Islington runt through Ihla Cigar. from Dantlll firm, and tb Ike location Is terr convenient. Alpart of the B. II. Jone Una, on lbs so lu scree, aaro plks, adjoining lb sboe. Th two place will to sold as a whole, or dlrlded toaull purcbai. era. The purehasrr will also hate tbs option tg railn th dietlllcrjr, Mil can bo removed. AIM, propel-I- T, amallfarm adjoining lbs with fair IwproTementa, In lbs Intersection 0 lbs Dan Till snd Buen Vliia turnplk-s- , contain-lo- g atonies acres. A imall tract eft I acre, sd- of T. 1'unn. houM la Iolnlng UndaBrjlnlMlilc. s Alois Hor near warehouM of th depot In Lancaster, a burial lot In the Lancaster com-eleAc All tbeboproperl will be sold on ncit eerr liberal leruia. for further particular, call on or sources ST. sep. IS If llrjanlMllle, llj. Proprietor it JJetemiBed that it Shall bn Second to bo Conatrr ' Hotel ia tho State ia its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quest. rassrLIrtsS FRANCIS HOTEL. Ustlsg bsj Ibis Hotel From basement Ugsrrtt, wh.hkuuki.k. FORMERLY ASAPH, Ml. T. E. SMITH, Homoeopathic Physician, STAIV1 OKI, - - KY. OANVIIXE," .' KENTUCKY. opp. Central m Kci'urnislied Riid Ilcilttcd I ItitCHtl le Keep IIIhh Nlrlclly' s Flntt-ClaM- women Hit. Bank, gpecltl stUntlon todliaues vt(IU-Jand children lot th rati eighteen RMtJsnee, Clemens House; oflle jrr. And lose nothing nndeo Manner, thai will sdd to tb srcrjsTOM aiUNniNO."M desired We rromlx) to glr wtlifaetlon, and will gtta l'atens flour for Wheal. Can maks either boiled or n ll boiled meal. wb-- n 110-t TO THE PUBLIC tj Ws will now special sttcstlon to COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. oSVred Commercial Traveler Ar To'pstroslts cn, ss I bits ststt cosTeolenesjsch ss MICK SAHlXi; KOOJU, At, Mt their use. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS MCALINTKRANALLGE. Baggage Transferred to tad from the Depot free of charge. airsmsscslL W.B. FHAMOIM. Fire,Lightning& Tornado INHUIIANOE! Seven First-OlalUMu ss Companies. BUnfort. DANVILLE LOWEST 3BATBS I J. M. VIII L IPS, A lit Fall hhi! Wlutcr o H wl C99 S3 PLANING MILL COMPANY Mennlsclurtrt of ' XHIItLsIXtfERY! I has on band and am dally recotTlng a beautiful and complete Un of FMulonsMs Mlllllnerr, to which I lnll Us attention of In ladle. I hate taken sitraordlnary pilna In lla selection and am confident that an examination la all lhallenecca-aar- r to a purcbaas. Call and see m. ISM MISH UKLLt. IIVGIIEH. 0 p Ul Newsy Letter from Louisville. Editor Interior Journal: The Exposition is fairly plunging. The daily attendance is averaging twelve SALE thousand, and the receipts triple the ex- BRICK RESIDENCE penditures. So far the turnstile regVier IN STANFORD, KY. show that over a half million people have Iofltr forule prlTitelj mr bouse and lot on passed inside, and there are three week Somerset street which la occupied br J. M. Hallea. yet to run over. It is confidently calcula- I'oaaeaalon to U gletn Jan. 1, JM1. Terma For particulars write lo ins st Harper, Kanted that the management will at the close sas or rsll on Bobt. e). Lille, BUD lord, Kjr. have the building and machinery which II. It. AMi:HSOX. Jiarpor, Kanoai. IS to dec. 1 cost over one hundred and seventy.five thousand, dollars ($175,000) clear, and all expenses paid. Many person have never realized the costly features of the Exposition, The Klectrio light for the building 'CUEBrUTEO and grounds cost $28,000; the music, Including both bands, the organist and $35,000; the Art Gallery construction, collection of pictures, exprisage,etc, $25,000 and so on and so forth. This is a big thing, and the fourth largest bulldlog ever devoted to this purpose XleSSJSSSSaHP,vt''rssksSSSs1 in the history of clvilitstion. There are fourteen acres under roof, and this does not embrace the Art Uallery and "Annex." The Dog Show promises to be the most drawing card yet presented by th Expo sition. It will last four dsyt, including the last two day la I hi month and the first twodsysin November. Every dog will have hi day every species known lo the genus to be represented. The returns coming la indicate that over four hundred and llrer eomplalnt, nehroulo caainss will be oa hasJ. The five chaw-ple- a and In ehroulo conatlpatlon and other obstinate diseases, Hosteller's Htomach dog of America, lb King Mastifi, Is berond sll eocnpsrlaOB lb best As means Better, Polalsr, New Foundland and Bull, remedy that can be taken. vllsla enenry ol ol restoring l streualU and have agreed to come. Tb kenael will be iierson wbo are staking- - under tbo debilitating effects of painful disorders, MUs located in Ihe galleries or second story of standard egetsblo luvlgoraut Is roruclt cdly uae'iusled. the building. Prunlata i or sals by allgcawnlly. and Dealer The cargo of fresh fruit distributed frss far sua LI 0 M 0 M Deem, HhhU, IMladis, Wl.dew HHd Dear Frames, Ncrell Meld- - iHgp, Nhw reaaon-abl- e. Werk,THrn lug Lalko Werk, rioorius;, Cellists;, WeRtk- erbeartUuK, Iirostied JLHwber, And other ft H" iX 0 a s- - (ft Building Material OB GP9 Also Dealers lo Inarming Xsiiiiiber ! W keep a Jargs Call on us or writ for price etock and will do our but to plesso 7011 la prices ' ' ol mstcrlsl. snd quilltj UASVILhH 1'I.AMAO MILL Dentllls, Kjr, CO. &lfflBs USrvQXftLi teiiulalHt'.MAJufe Ing snr rubric, I'upufirfi'rderws. sllte week onlliwu. Ktclnj HswVT. K preparation. &sllt wliuajiytMapvuIurmafk ..lautiftoruowa'warw. Bit-U- rs OruygliUtaUoairt 4 J'ei Aat'i. folplonia, nt,is ly all (, flirt TfcitOrt iftrci&i! jtfPkaCT WE1 oM-$Huk- li! $nl wm$ wwil t G, Livingston ha some important buslne k IJev. Mr. to atlead to elsewhere. I expected back next Wednesday. Biptlrtng at the Springe pond last Sunday Tw4fty Meralag, Oet&br 23, 1883 Cam. on me before you buy anything tn HELISIBUS. afternoon; will baptize again at the close of the grocery line. T. R. Walton. A Logan county man My he hrt read Ihe meeting. To Merchant. A CO gallon coal oil I, AN. LOCAL TIME CHUB' Hi the New Tcs'amenl through ICO times BARRARD COUNTT DEPARTMENT. OS . . Tank for eat cheap. T. R. Walton, Stanf Ualllrslntolnf North elnee 1M2. AA 9. U. . II It lUulk Houth," I 01 A. . ford. . Punt Lick. Kterssslnln" Rett. II. T, Daniel and It. R. Noel ' Norh .. k little daughter of Mr. F. M, Late, r you waat blanket, comfott etna, sesti'l p)echlngat lagan's Gresk. four C fell while playing Sunday aad came near flannel or cottont giro ua a call. E Imltton additions lo dali. iWMt, notices. A Owaley. Rir. J. M, Bruce' meeting at Tyrone breaking her right arm. But 1'Atrm of Penny A McAHtter. A young man of Ihla place who ha Comb and tee the blggent and cbeapcat still continues, with 4 additions to Sunday School Hooki at McKobttU bJ ik(wV been so unfortunate In hi courtship ha at line of Cooking and Helling Blorenerer night and Increasing inlerst. Ammunition o( all klnik at Mclloberla Within the last year the women of the last learned the art how to make hit tweet-hea- rt brought toHttnfonl. Bright A Curran, A HUM', love htm; he aayt he learned of It United State have given (ho magnificent Njcr ttook of birthday ctrdt at Penny A The OJd Fellow that have to far arrlr- ram of $GOO,000 for the Gospel for heath from his rival. He didn't learn the secret McAllslerV body of men. All the el are a but it it done In some way with a gold at Colt' DonMe en lands, Of this amount the Presbyteriproffcaton nnd trade are represented and A KUag's. Baptist $150,. ring. an bare given $200,000. Mr. B. Wigg and Mlsi Belle -S- ince Standard reai! mlieJ palate at Mc many leading men of the Btale are here. 000. Congregational!! $130, 000. Northern Ilobert A Vtott'- The Huitonrllle Bank ha been unable Methodist $108,000; Methodist Church Smith went lo the Exposition acd got mar Jos. IIaai IIok Cliolr Cure. Penny to do anything ttace Friday. It time-locried last week there ha been a demand for South $25,1 '.0. A McAlltler o!e agents, pursued-In- g Contrary lo the rumor that rhe Camp that cla of ticket. One young man went gun any where front ran down and ail the coaxing and Wc can all you a that Chter J. W. Hocker can com- melting Company at High Bridge made lo Ihe agent and told him to sava two tick to $76. MclCoberla A BUt. mand I Insufficient to open the tafe. ''big money," out of the concern, it turn et until after Sunday. Suppose he wantllttANO new alock of ef err thing la the make all necmary arrangement. ewtlry line at Penny A MoAlltter's. The Past Grand Matter of out that they have lost money. The com- ed lo Lixttcrb. Mr, James Davis came near being Watchm, Clock and Jewelrr repaired the Grand Lodge, I. O. O, F., Vf. W. Mor-r- l, pany I over $1,000 In debt, and rhortly the Sunday, He rode a young hone to and warranted by Penny A McAllster. will dellTer a lecture at the Opera property will be put up for sale. It look killed preichfng and when be tried lo get oflT, hi For couiliP, coldn, Ac., use Compound IIoum Thursday night at 7:30 on the lub- - a though the High Bridge Byrup While Pine. Put Up In 25o and 60c Nicholaaville Courier. Well fool hung in Ihe stirrup. The horse be Mclloberti A jectof "OJd Fellowtblp." The public I must go. 10c. bottle. Trial ! jor go with it. We would be glad to eee gan to run and kick at hi in with ail hi Stage. tnTlled; a4mllon free. might, but fortunately the ttirrnp leather all such companies ascend tho flame. PERSONAL The body of Frank Graybeal, eon of From the adversary sermon of Rev. broke and no donbt saved his life. He wa the painter, Mr CaUIn Graybeal, waa J. S. McElroy, last 8abbath.lt appear that considerably bruised up but not serious Mm Mattib Paxton weal to Loulf found horribly mangled, on the Cincinnati the Presbyterian church of thla place, hai, ly hurt. Title Saturday. Sam Saddler, a negro man about 23 Mihsju. B. H. and 0, CTaylor, of Tex-a- Southern, near Wayneburg, Sunday night. during the lut three year, received 83 The, whole matter I wrapped In mystery. member and lost by removal and death years of age, who wi In the last ttage of are tUIiItir at Mr. Lewla Dudderar'i. brought to hi father' Ills remains 14, leaving a membership bf 162 commu- Consumption complained laat Monday of J. WAYMAX, En , editor of the I!lect yesterday. were was liere lut week. nicants and 40 baptised minor members. feeling bad and very hot, though It wai pool (Kngland) IYm, J. II. Yotjso, representing the Brown AcqliiTTEU. Young laaao Hamilton, More than $4 700 ha been contributed rather cold, and raid that he w ould take a Caetaleal Co. Milllmore, waa hero thla known as "Bom" and son of Mr. Isaac toward the stippo't of the pastor, purchase gun and go out and tee if he could kill a Hamilton, wa acquitted of the charge ol of parsonage, Improvement of church tqnirrel. He went but didn't come back Kldkb and Mrs. Joseph Ballou re- robbing the mall by the U. 8. Court in sta- building, congregational expense and gen- tbat evening, lilt folkt didn't think any turned from a vlett to the Kipoaillon tion at Louisville, Friday, The esse eeema eral benevolence. Of thla amount $2,500 thing much about hit allying, thought perto hate been a malicious prosecution by or more than $15 per member wan given haps that he had gone to tome of the limp Ida VakAudale and Hal lie Perk Doty, at least Mr. Hamilton is of during the patlorial year just closed. There neighbor at he had frequently done be Fleming, of Washington City, are visiting tbat opinion. It has been an expensive are 120 Sunday school scholars enrolled fore. The nest evening he atill hadn't Mr.T.J.IJoeIy. trial to Mr. Hamilton, coating him fully and the average attendance ia fully 75. come in and hi folk begun to get uneasy Avxek a long conGnement with fiver, This Is a fine showing and (peaks volumes about him and began to look around, and Mr'.'lt. J. Mclbberta It again at hi put went in Ihe direction he had gone, but Moeea Ray, of Garrard, forgot, when In praire of Mr. McElroy' ministration. a little way from the went only with Brace, Warren A Co. he wa here yesterday, and after getting LAND.STOCK AND CROP house before they found where he had laid Mus Mixa Rom, of Broadhead, who drunk, proceeded to lake tb town. MarAt a sale in Barren county, corn In the the gun down and saw some blood on the ha been Walling Mte Little and Belle shal Newlind went up to arrest hiia and field sold at $147. leaves, and a few yards farther at the roots Uulchieon, ha returned home. when he did so Ray showed sign ef fight, Tom Robinson told to P. H. Idol, a of a tree wa a large puddle of blood as dor. McCbkart and Judge Durham Kewland thereupon knocked him down and though he had been fitting down. A were mixing freely with our cltiiena on the filly for $250. dragged him with hi clamp to Judge 2 year-olAdam Pence sold to Wm. Kavanaugh, piece of hi coat waa near by all saturated ttreet, on Monday. They are both Candi- Gorton, who fined which him $5 and coal, 22 head 1,300 pound cattle at 4c. date for Coogreet In the Kigblh Dittrlct. with blood a if he had been wiping it from he paid and thook the dust of the city NIcl.ola.YllU Courier. J. E. Bruce told to Jerry Caldwell 17 his mouth. He was found dead a short from hi feet. s' We are glad to learn tbat Dr. L. distance from the tree on Mr. Alvah head of 1,200 lbs. cattle at 4 cents. This moraing at 0 o'clock, the Grand K. Yates I prospering beyond hi raoet farm. Upon examination there was E T. Young ahipped a car load of sanguine expectation In Hiawatha, Kan-e- Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd hogs lo Cincinnati, yesterday, lor which no wounds nor signs of violence on hi lie (truck a atreak of luck on arriv Fellow will meet in the Opera House. he paid 4 cent. body. The supposition is tbat ho had a ing there which widen at the day go by. Judte E. W. Brown, on behalf of the loR. B. A E. P. Wood bought yesterday hemorrhage and died from strangulation. Tub following delegate to the CI rand cal lodge and for the cltiienr of Stanford, In Lancaster 5 mule colts at $10; alao 1 fine Ills bodr waa warm when found. Lodge I. 0. O. F., arrlfcd yoaterday: will deliver a welcoming address, which mare nule at $35. B0TLE COUNTT. l, will be rrronded to by Grand Mailer F. W. Quaet, W. II. Mr. D. C. Terhune sold to Linn Hud-to- n Wa. not decided yet whether Danrille. 21 yearling mulea for $2,010 cash. W. F.JIecker, Jtobt. Skene, George Renlecke. It The October term of the Boyle Quar H. Moore, Cl.W. Morrie.D. O. Carpenter, Jno the meeting (hall be public or private, but Enterprise. Fowler, J. I Bmyxer, C. V. F. Dutche, K we Judge most of them will be private. Thomas Grundy, of Marion county, terly Court began and ended Monday. The B. Hock, Sundij Argur, Putnam and A TF.LEtifUM wai received by Master-so- n has taken $1,800 in premiums on his herd docket consisted of four petitions and three lUobard Miller, Henry Wolford, Judge Peyton, Sunday, announcing the death of fine cattle during the present season 6f tummonee. Capt. Wm. Croiier, a former cititen, KII.Thompton, B.B. Kly, Wm. Elder, of his brother, George Peyton, in Texas. fair. Wheat is down lo 89 cents, in Chicago, hat taken the hotel at Point Burntlde. G. B. araoBM, C. Mtyer, Wm. White, He wai division master on a railroad there, Chai "Wolford, W. A. Ofrlreet, Louie-Til- and his death wa the result of an accident for present deliver;; 00 for November, and Capt. Croiier will be ture to engineer the 02 for December. Cora sold at 40 and hotel in a manner, Frank Gant and J. F. QrtBt, on It. Mr. Peyton left at once lo bring tie Mr.T.a.Carllant,of High Point, N. U. II. Kxd; Hamlltea. H. body thither. The deceased wa a man of 40; oat at 27). P. F. Stone told to Wm. Long, CO O , is at the Clemen House. He ia the lUlJ, D. L. CunolDgham, Fred B. Krapke, uncommon a0ection and had bestowed hi e Company, llecdtraoa. O. P. BHletter, T. Uurcb,J. earning on his parents, brother and sis- acre of Dix River land at $30 per acre, head of the National acre F. Willi. Willlamst jwa. II. D. Allen, B, ter with a liberality that waa a pleading and to Lee Slone 45Sibley at tame figures, and here to dispose of territory now con 43 acres at $10. trolled by hie company. L. Harris, MorganSeld. J. M. Lewla, at it is unusual. In fact, he ha been al- and bought of Mr. will attempt to beat Mr. A. P. Wilson, of Chlcsgo, has Frankfort. IX. D. Barker, J. C. Hartaough, most their mainstay for year. The death New Ubefty. Oeorg Zeller, Unlontown. of such a ton and brother it in the nature Maud S ' record of 2 10, at Chicago, to- purchased the Central Hotel for $0,000. R. G. Klllott, Julian 8peyer, of a calamity, and we aympathlze with the day. The pacer Johnston will also attempt He will refurnish and refit the house, ad J, F. to lower Little Brown Jug's three-hea- t recL. Cam-asi- i, family in their great loss. Mr. Thoreil, ding thereto a store-rooGeorg Walatcott, J.F.8ae-a,J- . ord. Bordley. W. W, Mooney, 1. F Tbl beet beats John Dickinson's beet. the late proprietor, will remain a cititen A Mariei Man and a School-marof the town. Brauner, Jao. B. Welle, Dixon. W. KLorc For soma time C W. Stone, who The Carlisle Merauy says: Aaron Searcy Misses Desdemona and Aleen Chlle,of Daugbuly, II. E. Jenkins, Howling Green. has been engaged on Col. Bibb's con- has presented u with a beet raised by him. llF. visiting Mis N. H. Oatnl, C. K. Duncan, CoTlngten. which measures 18 Inches In length, 20 J in Lexington, who hare been has been Fanny Withers, went home Monday. Mrs. W.'T. Lylle, Brachen. J. II. Emmons, tract on the K. C at foreman "sitting lo" Mis Ella Lawson, of Rock- circumference, and weighs 20 pound. who ha been visiting her AihUml. Pan William, Butler. P. T. Gentry aold to Saddler A Co. R. C. Nichols, castle, a graduate of Berea College, and the In Bowling Green, returned Fri121 head of fat Eastern cattle at $5.75 per parent teacher of a large school in tbat county. LOCAL MATTERS. day evening. Well aware that Stone had a wife and one 100 lbs. The average was 1,015. Mr. Farris A Erant shipped on Thursday, GumIGdx' OcwO Bright A Curran. Gentry think cattle have not improved child at hi home in Gsllipolit, 0, the 40 Pittsburg Wai young woman, whose morela appear not to within the last month the grass doing to Embry A Co., Cincinnati, CilEArwT, pump la town atT. It. cattle, averaging 1,200 lb, at home; 25 of Danville Advoton',-- ' have been improved by her College associ- them little if any good. them sold at $' SO, balance at $4 40; same cate. Virginia Smoklog Tobacco at 8. ations, encouraged his attentions, and on Fine Thomas Phelps has sold to Col. R, J., firm ahipped to tame 30 head common Thursday night last, aha slipped from Myers'. While sixty fat cattle at 5 cents. Mr. butcher cattle averaging 760 lbs. at 3c. taking the tiain at Brodhead Dawson, of Denton, Texas, lis bought Hiram Cowan, the negro who to bruat T. B. home aad Nice lot cake and cracker with him, they left for Texa, as Stone told tome good horse from parties here. From tally beat Petro Ban!, a little Italian boy, Walton'. ".- some of his acquaintances. C. D.Cbenault, one fancy harness mare, waa fined $25 and costs on Friday. Not A LAROB ttock of clothing, boot and The fall ftrm of the Circuit Court be- $100. From J. W. Bell, one good road settling at the time he was tent to the work A Owaley'a. ahor, at Edraltton Richmond Register. houte, but aa he ia now about tbe streets gan yesterday, with Judge Owaley tnd ster, $250. beet Commonwealth' Atlorney Warren, at their Boy he Gale Chilled Plow-t- he 'Squire J. 8. Murphty 'a sale, Saturday again, be must have either paid or reand cbepet-- of T. It. Walton. post, Mr. Warren delivered a very com- waa well attended and thing generally plevied. The marriage of Mr. Theodore Lin-nemade prehensive charge to the following Grand sold well. Cons brought from $4595; Wb hare a large ttock of cualom cattle Hug $4 45 per cwl; 21 of Danville, to Miss Georgie Shears boot, erery pair of which we guarantee. Jurors, after which the Court'proceeded lo Chatta-noogbusiness: J. Y. Drye, foreman; W. II. $10 per head; 15 yearlings $33; horse $50 and that of Mr, W, P, Hay, of A Owaley. Edmltton to Miss Nannie Shears, will take 100; mulea $1000100; hay from 35 Dudderar, A. D. Root, McJI. Goocb, J as. Huiemuek we are tola Rente for Philip Raines, O. Neal, W. II, Terry, J. II. Col 42) cent per cwl; corn $2 16 2 35. Eleven place at the residence of the father of tbe J. A Bro.' Lebanon celebrated Roller Patentter, J. F. Cosh, T. 0. Carpenter, Wm head of Knightly and Victoria Shorthorn young ladles, W. H. Shears, in thi coun Flour. Bright A Curran. Beck.Charie SandUge, J. T. Button, Al sold at price ranging from $310105. ty. Wednesday morning at 11) o'clock. Mr. Wm. Berkele' new distillery now Gov. Knovt haaoflered a reward of $250 len Beatley, E. B. Caldwell, Joel Hollxclaw Msrtin Bailee, J. S. Murphy, Col. C. II. for Mote King, the "blind tiger" keeper The standing jury are W, T. Green, W. B Robertson, Sam Owent, W. T. Baughman, In course of eraction on tbe old Irwin W. II. Murphy and F. M. Ware were the place, three miles from town on the Lex who shot conatable Rain at Wllllamtburg. Hawkins, George Abrahams, G. W. J, li. Anderson, B. F. Powell, Levi purchasers. The farm of 200 acre wa ingtonpike, will be finished next month. Dudley Vaooht who killed Corken-derfThe capacity of thia distillery will be at Moreland laat Monday, waived an Hubble, W. M. Higgins, G. L. Carter, J. rented to W. H. Murphy for $1,401. about 400 gallon per day. And with the L. Dawson, G.C. Glvens, 0. M. Jones, examination Saturday and wa returned to LINCOLN COUNTT. pure water from the celebrated spring on John Butt, Albert Smith, J. M. Brown, W, JH. Crab Orchard. the place, Mr, Berkele will doubtless be P. Tate, John Young, John Baugh, Ju. The ladle are all busy puttlog away A 8TCANOI bird, which those interealed able to make such whisky a will cause Paxton, John D. Carpenter, J, M. Wray, their flowers for the winter. In ornithology are Invited to examine, baa the republican scales (o fall forever from J. B. Read, W. G. Collier, W. F. McClary. It Is rumored hereabout, that a certuln blaeyes. been left at our office by Mr. Geo. T. Andrew Jackson, forestry ing concealed rich old widower will toon wed a widow, who killed it on hi farm. was fined $100 and sentenced to weapon MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT.-Managtthe George II. 30 day In Jail. Jerry Oakt for keeping a who haa twice before embarked on Tub Odd Fellow, under Mr. by John B. Fith. matrimonial sea, e Moore, are arranging for a grand ritualisllpllog home wa fined $20; Craig Mrs. Well will move this week to tho Georxe C. Fish it home from Lexingmeeting of the Grand Lodge tic drill at the for giving minor liquor $50 and cost. house lately occupied by Mrs. 8ereaa ton, and it quite tick. James Maret hat l. In Btanlord, Oct. 23. Tucker MclCcntle for fornication, $20. Stuait, to remain there until the bouse in our Ihankt for valuable assistance in wriDick Baker for ditlurbing religiout wor- which the now live it completed, THEtherlQ of Bell, took George John-aoting for this departmeat. who it under tenteBoe for life, to that ship $20. I. 8. Hamilton, Jr., for breach We have an excellent butcher-shoW. O. Watt eloped a car load of catcounty, yetterday, for a rehearing of hit of the peace $25 aad carrying conceal td here. Messrs. Harry Dunn and R. II. tle to Cincinnati, Saturday, Adam Catron cue. He baa been in Jail here for nearly a weapon 10 day la jail and a fine of $25. Erouaugh furnish the publlo with the beat bought 27 head of fat cattle from Judge J, The case of the negro Mulllnt from of besf, tboat and mutton twice every M. Fish, Saturday, at about 3) centt per J"- Tommy week. was aet for pound. i taking like Til c$2 tubaulnlion rite Mesara Will Higglnt arid Sam Tatea Ball' trials foryarlou and sundry charge Hon, M. J. Durham It In town hot cake, and the good pay as cauil are come up first thing thi morning. are oa our tick litt this w'eek; Alto Mr. K shaking hand with hi old friend aad ma the men that are coming lo lime, tio la II. Broaaugh'a threo little children with king all the new caea he caa. lie will de l MARRIA8ES. ducement eemt lo bring the Mr. II. E. Jones U perbap be a candidate to succeed lion. the whooping-cough- . lianuent to time. Rev. 11. B. Garrett, of Carlisle, for Mill very low, Phil. Thompson in Congress from this dls- A BtAwroBU lady publlihee ia tbtt li- nierly of Caroline county, Va., wa married Lest Friday, as Mr, Perry Klag wai me a call on Mr. Barm1 cootkI and at Mt Sterling, I Oa Saturday eveaing aa II, J. Mullin week, to Mist Annie driving along the Lancaster pike, hi horse frlead to forward to the editor of thi pa- Laurie Howe. It waa In Mr. Garrett'a became terribly frightened and began tatertd hb saloon, be saw a great hurley Got-plter $1 each to lalae a fund to tead the barn, that Booth, who assassinated Lincoln, kicking; overturning the buggy aBd break negro braadUhlag hi pistol ojer his head Tent to Mr. Barne la Kag4d. Surely was captured after being badly wounded ing It into many piece. Ilia wife aad and threatening lo kill any oae who atr aad burned, and Mr. GaroeU himself held three little children were In the buggy tempted to eome to him. Mr. Mullin eoslrlbutloe ought lo flow In on tbl peal rapidly. the dying man'a Lead In hi lap during hi with him; but very fortunately none of went up to him aad took bin by the arm tl)m weie seriously Injured. Two of the to remove him, when he brought bt pktol Two ef good cllixea are to leate u. Mr. last moment. MhIUb wa ted to bear upon MhIIum Last night, in the parlors at the How- little children were bidly bruited. J. Boyle IteM ad Df. CHflon Fowler. The aad thot,art. ThU waa ea W are haviog a very UltrotiaK aad quick for former U bought A. 0. Slaag' farm la ard House, Mr. Byron Wlsg and Mis addition the railroad, aad U an every day Boyle, eeMlttlnzof 216 acrnatW, and Bill Bm!(h, both of Paint Lick, Ky , profitable meeting. Twtnty-oaHeary The Btgro was (Monday.) Five restored; the hlter MU MiBte arltttt.' farm ia the were married b Justice John McCjb. up to y Bsornlag at 8 mom cbutity at 10 per afe. They will The attendant were coupled a follows, teven by tstter, tad nine by confession. Peake. He died Sunday Ml 8111 Wlf aad Mr.N.M.Sboemat, Elder S. Collier left BalBrday. The meet. o'clock. about January lot. llfl of Qnrenaware Bright A CurranV A new Jott In " Mrs at MU Bailie Arnold and 0. W. Pulllam , tg adjourned 8Mdy night net to meet Mr. Wigs and his bride, accompanied by again until Wednesday nlsht, ti Eld. J. after an Ida Adams haa returned heme abeenee of several weekavWllag Lidteil dea't Ml t read this, It msy beef service to you. Apopnlsr writer hsi sstdi 1 so?A.3sryoiar. icsc. Krw lot of Ca tned Good, chf ip r tha w, at T. R WaltonV the attendants, arrived In the city day to vlull the Kiposltlon.-Louv- lll Cjmmerclsl, of 10th, vrttef Van-hoo- ' IHiil. Breech-loatllii- ft Camp-meetin- a, In Farl and Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Samael Chestnut, of Missouri, are vWtlng relative In this connly, Mr, aad Mr. Willis Adams, Jr., of Paint Lick, have been at Capt. Jack Adams', for several day. Elder J. L. Allen, of Danville, acKola WIlHamiand companied by Mis May Adams, are spending a few day In town. Mr. John W. Iteld, a popular Mr. drummer, ia In town Lula Nield and II. II. Conn, of Altamonl, spent Sunday in town. Mis Jael Redd hai returned from a visit to relative In Clay county, Elder R. W. Vanhook, ol Lexington, spent a day or two In town this week, and pased on to Virginia, on Important business. On last Friday night i the express train passed through the tunnel one mile North of thia place, it struck and knocked ofl Ihe track two men named Martin, They were on their way home from Louisville, where they had been confined in Jail, charged with illicit distilling. They live in Harlan county. The younger one had his head and faco very badly bruised and two gaihoa were cut to the skull. His wounda were dressed by Dr. W. P, McKee, who pronounced them very serious. The other one wai not hurt, but had hit hat knocked off by the driving wheels of the engine. They had been out of ail four days, and had walked all the time, and had become very tired and sleepy, and as it wa raining very hard when they got to the tunnel they concluded to take a rest until the rain slacked up a little. While sitting on tho edge of the track they fell asleep and the cart came on them with the above results. The citizens of the town made up enough money lo send them as far on their way home a they could go by rail. Lou-(vil- le "If the ja less week 3 diet all knsw hsw la plets their hailan ts sad keep them In a food humor, there would for the divorce courts." A wag at our elbow remarks: In ths kitchen "Thtbest wsy lodoltlslofoM thera well." polot-wh- A nan's hspplaess begins point there 1st dlSerux-- of aad reaches Ua culmination eaf Nowoolals optnloo, hat ther sesms to be bo reason la doubt that ths seme of hit ha pplaest la retched when he enters ths stort ef J. Winter A Co., corner of Third snd Msrkst Bteests, Louisville, Ky., and tees dliplsycd, under tht billllsnt elcctrlo light by night, or by ths clear light o f dsy,ilitkt apeattaclsbfbeauliralanlattnttlveware ttt tbsadsrnmMtofthsoulsr man; an "aV dlbls smite further lllumlnea hlscountenanrt when the affslltand accomoiodatlngiiieeman convince him without any troutl- s- thai h can dress hlmiclf Insletjant aad taaly it J Is stvsry modsrat cost anj thus sllow hi win a new bonntt,or a fw yards mora trimming furherdrenl snd II there houlJ bi any "future presidents" In ths family, lew UntIlKhootiult,of Honli lull.for muit be boms la mind that these art rawsy J, Winter Co. csn thaj Inferior gooli A Bt them out In a cheap, sob- -' can bsbjnjht for stiswhiro Chlldrsn's, Boy's and Youth's Clothing In endless "home-mad- variety, and they wertnorertaeheapainow, foods." Superior In every rupeel to ths tt e" e "factory-mad- itaffwllli which ths ronqtry Is flooded. Kterjlhlng pertaining lo the outlining olman or boy, be he ever so large or small, can be lound In endless variety In ths spscloui bitaar of Co. J. Winter A Visitors lo the city, either for Iht purpose to visit tbs (Ireet Southern Eapoiltlon, or for business and whether they wish to bnjr or not, should call and see this stpodtlon of LouIitIIIs manufactrirsJ clothing and hear ths prices. Tsrsons who will bur clothing from IrrciponilMe delists have only themselves to blame when thsy get "bit," In "dents' Furnishing Goods" this housa carries the largest stock In ths city; It Is unnecessary to enumerate any particular article, as anything In this line thst you can ask lor the obliging aslemaa will promptly place before you. Cut thla outand paste It In your hat. GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanford, Kentucky, -- Dealer "KIT ADTKBTISEIIKT8. Notice! All persona Indebted to tbe estate of Ephralm BTeratc, deed., will please settle at once, and those htTlof claims against the estate will present them stooce, prope'ly vlrlded. 192-2- lo- - 1 Ag't for the Heirs ol E.BTorance, b. ir.jJKoxAvan, d Administrator's Notice I Hay, Grain, Seeds, Wool, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wag. Harrows, SulkyJPlows, Cultivators, Grain Drills, Corn Drills, Pul-fin- ol W. It. liays, deed., will receive claims anintt eald estate properly proTen, until the lit day of MoTember, l&U. Claims will be presented to Tboa. W. Vsrnon or IVl-- lt The undtnlgned, as Administrator of ths estats a. Administrator of J. C.llsys. J. CHATS. jos. severance:, Lai of Cbenault, Severance with A Co., Stanford, Ky., Corn Planters. Reapers, IVIowcrs, Cor-Mi- 1 J. M. ROBINSON & CO.. - ICY. Threshing lYXachines, Powers, Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods, Notions, Ac 637, 639, 6(1 Main Street, Cor. Sixth, Jh. couisviiivii:. C3r. JEt.. -- Saw Mills Engines, Fecil Cutters, Cano Mills, llorso Ma-cblacr- aariunKT!- "Waters & l. first-cla- D. II. BALDWIN In fuel, all hind of FarmlHg IupIcuCHtM aad Agrlcullaral Keep on hands tho Iiargegt Sleek ef Buck goods te bo found ia Central Kentucky, aad at prices tkat will compare CO., favorably wltb. these ef any dealer anywhere. y. Bee-Hiv- LoulttlUe, Ky., Cincinnati, O., tnd Indianapolis, Ind., dealers In 8telnwsy A Booi', Decker Bros.', llaloet', J.AC. Fischer, Vom A Sons', Baldwin A Co.'s Cottage, Upright and Squire Flano Fortes; also tbs Estey, Sbonlnger and llsmlllon Organs. InitruinanU mid st nrlen and tsrms to suit our-chssers. Don't (tvt your orders till you get our iivj-oiu- .j prices ana terms. Ci!l, Public Sale Desirable T 0, Rcsitlejnco fertl. In Siau- , lild GROCERIES! PROVISIONS.. will ,!! at nnlill, .nrlliin tniha dsr, oa ths premises, oa MONDAY, NOVEMBEE, 5, 1883, (County Court dsy) between ths hours of 11 A. II nJ3r. u., ths Dwelling House snd Lot situate on the Nortbeut corner of Main and Mill atreels. In the town of Btsnford, and now occupied by CkpU W. . MeKlnnsy. Ths Lot fronts 05 foot on ' a ' opposltolthe Francis Ilo-te- l, Miln street, sad eitendi bck that width about 330 feet. The ImproTcmenta consist of a large two-itor- y framedwelllugef 7 rooms, agood well, coil house nd a new alible, with stall roomi for six hones. cub; remainder la thres Tkshs: al lnitallmenU,wllh Interast from equal date, rouetslon can be given at any Urns after 10 days from ule. Ttt la good. For further y. apply to ms or V. II. IIlKtns, II". ALVOItX, 191-of Alfred Alcora'a will, Executor J. TRUSTEE'S Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, &c., SALE AT LOWEST PRICES -- Valuable Farm in Lincoln Co. As Trustee of Elisabeth IIsll snd others, and In punuanreof aludgment rendered by ths Madison Circuit Court, 18&3, la tho action or Elisabeth 11 all and Tbomaa P. Collins, Ac, vs Mary Moore, Ac., tbs undersigned wllloa a. WEDNESDAY, Offer NOV. 7, 18S3, Ath-loc- er d the eremites, about tbe hour of 11 A. H.. a tract oflandconulnlng 1X3 Acres, 1 Rood, SB l'oles. Said tract of land la sltusto In Lincoln county, Ky.,about half way between Stanford and Dinvtlle, and Is convenient to turnpikes snd to Hrlartown or South Danville Depot, hu a comfortable dwallldg house and all necessary Improvements on It- - It Is ths same land which la row nd hu been for Mural Teara occupied by David Moors. Terms: flats will be mads on a credit of six and twslvs montni; tns purchaser will M required toglvsbond with spproved security for the payment oi ins purcoua money, u uitv tut win .nd eflaet or ludrment. bearlua legal Interest from day of tale, with a Hen retained until all the Durchaia moner Ik raid. Tbs DroDsrtr Is now rented until January lit. 1JSI. at which tlms pos sesion will la glteo u ma purcnuer. Itl-t- at pnbllo auction to the highest bidder, oa j.T- d C. Ml. UUKCK, Trunter. Skid-mor- Courier-Journa- Public Sale ! LAND, STOCK & T. R. WALTON'S. My stock of the above goods is 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 will see by calling at the Postoffice store. Country Produce wanted. s a, p CROP. Itock-caatl- e, We will uSer for sals our Lands, About OOO Aereaof Farming Lands, lying oa CsriMtter'a Creek and Green HOtr. miles Kortb of Liberty, JSmllci South of MlJdlebuig and known astha and Hlaugb, tcr Farm, ons of tbs best ilock-raliln- jr In Casey county. Bald lands will b sold prlvttely oa any day from thla date until Infe-na- Thursday, October 25, 1883, And Ifnot disposed of, will oa that day oa the jt to the highest bidder for trumlsesbssold residue oo two equal annual payments with Interest 'rem data until paid. " On the ssius day (Ottobar ZStb) we will alio sail to tha highest bidder, oa tbs premises, our itock, conilstlof of Hones, Cattle, lloas, sous good aged work Mulea, soma younger Mules, aouie Jeaurta aadCoHs, oMofths nnaat young Jacks la ths county, between 400 snd M0 barrels of Corn, soma Wsgons, Farming Wheal and Kjs, two Uteoells. de., sod usny otbsr article not necaua-r- y to b mentioned. The penonsl property will be sold oa a credit of ilx months. Any aad all of said property will be shown to hl, oeeur-renc- e. notJ but tae premises, tsald lands lit belwsaa lbs Liberty and Mustonvllis turnpike road snd Liberty aad MhMlsburg turnpike road, and within a mllas ftsdUpotoflhsraAMad.wMch road will be la rusnlof condition lutlda of two months. Coavea- isoi tocnurcoe, c, ia agov ntqrauvfuwv. 117-- ta jr. W.SteH'MOKTmtJh MUX. on nffoa.dMlriBfflaDUhu,.kv Itr 100. SOS dST Lf Taewlay MeoiiBf, THIS ; Wf) MU.ST FART.K. ifAm XKPORH-- A nr.r.T.K r.mr. Octobor 23, IBM mKHKXfKH OF TOKKTOrTX. At noon ot tto lfch Oclolicr we hro tlio ftrsl act of mrrcmlpr. Yorklown chnnged Two zwloubU on Uio left of Mm oBcaay'a works were at tbftt - how token porwcion of by ilotackmcBto OoU Richard JjfJom Uwlallfctl Itatlor conmasdc4 tbe American and hK mjt. UieXorqnU Laval tho French party, each o( 100 men. At 2 o'clock ro reach tho closing Bcese. Tho army of Corn- wallis tn.ircliod as prisoners of war, grounded their urns, and then marched back, Accaa&ta agree ia describing tho display and cceeaony on tho occasion at qnito imposing. Tho British appeared in now tmiioraM,' distributed among thorn a fow ikys before, and it only required tho flyfeg of their standards ta giro their march tho effect of n holiday parade. Bat tfeek colors wero cased, and they wcro prohibited from playing cither a French or an American tune. This was tho reform of a compliment, a picco of jnsttAablo na well aa poetic retaliation on tho part of tho Americans for what Uio enemy wero pleased to command when Gen. Lincoln was compelled to surrcadcr at Charleston the year before Tho matter como np at tlio meeting of tho commissioners. "This is a harsh article," said Rosa to Laurens. article? " answered tho latter. "Tho troops, shall march out, with colors cased, drama beating aBritfeb or, a German aarek." "Yes, sir," .MkuBcd .Laurens, with n touch of Bang froid, " it is a harsh article," . "Then," said Ross, "if that is your opinion, why k it hero ? " .Whereupon Laurens, who hod been made prisoner at Charleston with Lincoln's army, proceeded to remind Boss that tho Americans on that occasion had mado a brave defense, but wero ungnl-lantl- y refused any honors of snrxonder, other than to march out with colors cased and drams not beating a British or a German march; "Bnt," rejoined Ross, "my Lord Cornwollis did not command at Charleston." ot ad i lr If ! another observation. It is ,not tlio individual that is hero considered ; it is tho nation. This remains an articlo or I cease- to bo a commissioner." Nothing moro was to bo said ; tho articlo stood, and tho enemy marched out with colors cased, whilo tho tnno thoy choso to follow" wm an old British march titlo of " Tho with tho "World Turned Upsido Down." As tno prisoners moved out of their works along tho Hampton road, thoy found tho French and American armies drawn np on cither sido of tho way, tho Americans on their righand extending for moro than a xnilo toward tho flold of Tho French troops presentsurrender. ed a brilliant spcctaclo in their whito uniforms, with plumed and decorated officers, at their head, and gorgeous standards of whito bilk, embroidered floating along with golden fleurs-de-lithe line. Tho Americans were less of an attraction in outward appearance, bnt not tho less eagerly oyed by their lato n ConAmong tho antagonists. tinentals thcro was variety of dress, poor at tho best, distinguishing tho men of tho different lines ; but, to compensate for lock ot show, thcro was a soldierly bearing about them which commanded attention. Tho militia formed in their rear presented a less martial sight, so far as clothing and order wero concerned. Bat all these men wero conquerors, and their very appearance bespoke tho hardships and privations they and their States had undergone to win in tho struggle. At tho head of tho respectivo lines wero tho commanding Generals, nobly Washington, Bochambeau, mounted La Fayette, Lincoln, Steuben,. Knox and tho rest. Leading tho British came Gen. O'Hara instead of Oornwallis. The latter pleaded illnoss, but ho sent his Aword by O'Hara to bo given up to As . O'Hara advanced to Washington, tho chief, ho was referred to Lincoln, who, upon receiving tho swordjua token of tho enemy's submission, immediately roturnod it to tlio British Genera), whoso troops then marched between tho two lines to a flold on tho right, where thoy grounded tlioir arms. Henry P, to s, war-wor- "Thorp, sir," saidLaurena, "yon ox-to- rt Johntlon, in Harper's Stauazlne. via jus wuivn xo ladx wilx. on. JBVTTO. An applicant for a patent for a now stylo of cigar thus modestly describes its "attributes:'.' "Tho tobacco from which tho cigars aromadois grown entirely in conservatories, and tho cigars are niado on mahogany tables by thoroughbred Cubans in coats and white kid l gloves. When a man smokes ono of theso cigars, ho walks on air, and droams thatho has a diamond scarf pin and a suit of clothes, and just married rich. It makes tho breath sweet, and, keeps tho teeth white, and will forco a moustache on tlio smoothest lip- iu flvo weeks. It permeates tho liouso, window curtains, closets and clothes with tho delicate edorsaud oxqiWtd 'fragrance of hello-tropuow mown hay, jockey club and whito roue. It will fasten tho front gate every night, asd carry tho paper In tho morning, chaw tie cats from tho garden, drlvo the hew to water, and 'hardly over' fail to wake ono fee better all ever. family can N. properly keep koww without them ; for v-smokes this cigar will the sever ettt weed tee long for tho stovo, sever swear wbea be puts np stove-pipe- , sever Up oti a lady's train, Join A tnkk or ge dews te Ute pottofllee aft swallow-taio, mestic affairs. Yot, every few months, Bhe is voxed and annoyod by coming across on announcement that "Belle spy, has Boyd," tho turned up in somo part of tho country. Now tho pretender is being entertained byBomo prominent Southerner; again, sho is in distress and soliciting aid. Several years ago ono of theso bogus " Belles" visited Atlanta, Go., on a lecturing tour, and was denounced oi by Oapt. St Clair. Abrams tho JVcuw, as an impostor. Next morning sho proceeded to tho oflico and demanded satisfaction, which being refused sho proceeded to draw a couple oi Derringers, but was seized before the Sinco thai weapons could bo pointed. said:' had boon invited time sho has not turned np in Georgia. " H tho Fish-Worshould havo had n to this convention 3. xl c OI chanco to clear myself, by charging him A correspondent of tho Now York having committed crimo in my with World Under tho circumstances, name. I duced tells all about tlio sensation proby the This is tho way movo that wo adopt a resolution' to tho ho tackles tho subject : " Delirium treeffect that th6 Haro must bo hung for I s mens 1 Snakes I Yes, I've highway robbery, and then ndjonm." had touches of them. You want to know Moral: Never bogin a .reform at how it feels ? I'll tell yon. You have home. Detroit Free Pres. been drunk may bo a week, maybe more. TUB SUATE OF TUB EAJtTJf. At last liquor ceases to excite, brace np Admitting tho Arctio ocean to bo or tranquillize. You drink n half pint ot open, navigable, and that a navigator brandy. It has no moro effect than so hod mode n circle and sailed around much water. Then you aro close on tho both continents, this fact would not horrors. Food won't help you; your provo tho earth round, anymore than stomach rejects it. Now your punishyon leaving your ofllco and traveling ment commences. You can't sleep. You around tho four squares leading to and aro weary. Oh, o weary, but thcro is from it and arriving at tho same start- no rest. You aro tired of thinking, yet ing point would provo tho ground and tho brain will think. Yon Ho down, drop houses composing said block round and into a dozo for a moment and wnko up with a shock, as if touched with an dee-tri- o revolving. wiro. You aro covered with perspiTho six divisions composing the earth represent six persons lying on ration. You get up and walk tho room, their backs in n vast body of water streets walk, walk, and then flingyour-sel- f down, praying for a few minutes' with their faces upturned to tho sky; North America A man, on his back, sleep. All this for days, with people his head pointing north, his feet senth ; about you, and through nights. But no South America His wifo on her book, Chinese torturer employed in keeping hor head pointing to hk feet ; her long somo miscrablo criminal awako until ho hair, resembling Mary Mngdalen's at tho dies was aver more full of rolentlesi than your abused nerves. Dreads foot of tho cross, twisted around his feet, ..representing tho Isthmus of Pana- indescribablo solzo upon you. Your ma, conBce&ig North and South Amer- hands havo a sonsation ot being of enorica. Threo thousand miles distant to mous sizo. Thoy do not look it. They tho cast, Europo, another man, lying on feci it. Your head in liko manner feels his back, head pointing same. At thoir as if enormously puflbd out. Then your feet, Africa, a negro, his short hair breath comes spasmodically; hot Hashes leaving a space between his head and striko at tho region of tho heart; all tho their feet, representing tho Straits ot blood seems to rush in that direction, Gibraltar that separates Europo from and you fleht aimlessly for lifo and expect to fall dead. This is tho commenceAfrica. To the southeast another man lying ment of tho horrors. Now you aro fixed alone (Australia), his head pointing to for seeing rats and snakes and vermin." tlio north, his foot south. To mako A JTAJtUOW ESCJFB. those six persons round and revolving, tell jou, sah, dis partnership Uio left hand of Australia should grasp am powerful resky," said tho old tho xight hand of North America. There aro but two ways of doing it : First, to man as ho nibbled a green onion at tho bend tho earth outward, downward and Control Market. "Las' month I went under ; second, to bond inward, upward into partnership wld Cawar Whito in do and across. You must cithor put tho peanut biznoss. He furnished do roastcontinents back to back, or faco to faee. er on' I bought do poinuts, au' we was In tho first position, you would havo a to whack up on profits. Dat Cauaram continent turned upsido down, which a bad man, an' doan' yon forgit it If I common senso will teach you cannot be hadn't beon on do watch fur him I'd bin What sort of a cleaned out high-Bkthe case. In the other, yon would have the in- game d'yo 'sposo ho tried to ploy on habitants of tho two continents like mo?" No ono could guess, and, finishing tho Harry Bobs, bobbing their hoods against rest ot his onion, tho old man contineach you would keep travel- Osotlsya Lobster, who bad bee boaten atOM Sledgo, went over to see tho Shark about it, and tho two ioer souls talked it over, wiped their eyes, and finally decided to call n reform A call was written out, signeil "Many Citixcns," and duly posted so that all might read. When tho hour arrived it brought tho Shark, tho Lob ster, tho Devil Fieh, tho Wolf, the Tiger, Uio Eaglo, tlio Serpent and tho Alligator, and it was really affecting to see their tears as thoy shook hands and epoko of tho painful necessity that had brought them together, Tho Shark took tho chair and announced that ho was a strong advocato of reform. Ho hod heard of Uio WoH eating sheep, and ho felt that such tilings must bo stopped, or tho country would bo lost. "Hit's any worso to eat sheep than sailors, then I want to know it 1" retorted tho Wolf. " Besides that, it is tho Tiger who raises all this outcry by his misdeeds. I movo you, sir, that ho bo roformod." " Gentlemen," Blowly remarked tho Tiger, as ho roso up, " I'vo been maI'm a peaceful, liciously slandered. citizen, and I think it too bad that every murder committed by tho Devil Fish should bo laid at my door. I hopo ho will reform." " Mr. Chntrman, I'm astonished," re marked tho Dovil Fish, as ho took tho supposed you all know mo to floor. ereat- bo ono of the humblest,-feeblest- , J. wouldn't nan urea in tno world. anybody for a cent, but it is tho Alligator and his doings which has made this convention necessary." "That's another 1" exclaimed tho Al ligator, as he loft his chair. "For years past I havo boroo tlio odium of crimes committed by tho Eagle, and I'll bo hanged if I stand it any longer I Reform must begin with she Eagle." fIrisoto"Bay," explained tho Eagle', "that look so muchlika tlio Serpent that he shoulders his misdeeds off on my bock. I hopo tho convention will hurt his feelings as ho has hurt mino." " Well, now, but I aw surprised," observed tho Serpent. "Tho wicked so managed that I must suffer for his crimes. Ho comes on shore, kills an ox or horse, directs tho finger of suspicion nt me, and then hustles bock to his water homo and is safe. Gentlemen, I ask to be set right in tho oyos of tho world." Tho Lobster arose, heaved a deep sigh as ho looked around, and then Daring her residence In Washington "Bcllo Boyd" formed nn tnllrrUrto with President Lincoln, iwtd a friendly oorrespondeneo was kept np lclwcen tho two during a greater portion of tho war. On ono ocennlon her letter paper was adorned with tho motto, a snako entwined around a Confederate flag, and tho inscription " Don't Iroad on us or wo will bile," When Lincoln replied to tho mlisivo he sent back tho motto with "bito" orated and tho word "bust" substituted. Brok-e- n down in health and bereaved by tho loss ot hor father, who had died in tlio effort to effect her roloaso from captivity, "Bcllo Boyd" determined to lcavo for foreign shores, and in May, 1801, sho embarked on tho Greyhound nt North Carolina as tlio bearer of important dispatches from Jefferson Davis and Judali P. Benjamin to tho friends of tho canso in London. In 'endeavoring to nin tho blockade, howover, tho Grojrhound was eapturod by a United States Btoaracr. " Bcllo Boyd" was taken to Boston, kept a prisoner for somo time, and finally banished to Canada. From thcro sho Went to England, whero sho passed tho second epoch of her life Sho was married at tho aristocratic church of St. James, Piccadilly, received with open arms in titled society, becaruo a widow, and finally, having a natural talent for tho theatrical profession, took to tho stage. Probably no person in this country has been afllicted with so many "doubles" as this lady. Sinco her return to America and marriogo to Ooh J. S. Hammond, an English gentleman, once a member of tlio celebrated " Louisiana Tigers," sho has completely sunk "I her history with that ot her husband, and, with tho exception ot a few occasions, when bIic has appeared upon tho platform as tho talented reader and elocutionist, "Mario Isabello Hammond," her mind has been engrossed with do- I OF mil FRUh IKAFF99. ijiHe of the prejitdtee eartstta; Agatnet the frogs, Iroe; oaHag 1mm now cstMirMicd iUelt firmly as on American Institution. Fora,timo it was eonflncd to tho Eastern States, but sooft Uio hardy Westerner imrcumlxVI to tho custom of effete Europo, and Chicago and San Francisco are as deeply in the miroos JJoston or Now York. At Klfrin. 111., thoro is a man who found it so profltablo that ho went into tho basilicas a few years Binoo of raising a pecnllar kind ot frogs for tho Western markets. Whilo hero in many cases ihey aro sold under fictitious names, it is said that in tho West they are served up as fried frogs. A oonsidcrablo Improvement has token place In this t nulo meontly, and n dealer says thero is a good demand for all that can bo secured. Mony restaurants and most of tho hotels havo tho delicacy, though not on tho regular bill of faro, only serving to order. A largo port of tho frogs sold hero aro native, bnt thcro is a serious competition on tho part of tho Canadian article. In Canada tho business Is conducted on a largo scale, and tho industry, which lately recolvod considerable t encouragement by tho very largely jucrcosed demand, is at present very promising. Numbers of boys who havo becomo qullo expert spear tlio frogs in tho country ponds and streams, and tell them in tho city to tho commission dealers, from whom thoy receive 5 to 10 cents a dozen, Tho commission men skin, pack in ico and ship them to tho Nprthcrn and. Western cities, whero Uio delicious tidbiU bring tlicm a haudsomo profit In this city frogs are sold generally by tho dozon, and bring from 30 to 60 cents, according to quality. As the demand increases, tho bnsiness will tarnish quite a bootco of rural income, and thrifty Cape Dodders might consider this suggestion, as from personal observation it is known that vast numbers of frogs aro thcro which now livo toarcspcctcd, scrcnoand honored old ago. Tho subject of canning frogs is now being talked of, and efforts aro being mado to discover a good process for this purpose. liotton XOWTH Mrritett mmctmt. Rt. Ia rmrrnwU THE BEST OF ALU LINIMENTS rOBKlT,AyPBlAST, Tf flknil MttXaiig I.lnlmftiluuiliooii known to millions nil over Uio world ni Ilia only wtlo rrllnnco tor the rolltif ot nrcmenu nnn pnin. n it a mnuolnc thorn ptleo nncl prnlto h of H ill ml. i'oruYcrvforra or external Doin formom Unn a thtnlof aeentnrrOin bit "wi AM K. ncaoRTr, H. CI Morrlaon. MKTHODI8T,HOUTH.-Panda? mnrnlAg and HUIIDRTT A ItlloWl. night etcrpt the third. I'rujer Mrrtlnn errry Thnrlar0. nleht. Wuii.lay Hchnd at tvi A. H. MorrlwiB, HnpeHnK-nden-t Her II llt-Iy- r MT. VRRNIir, KV - Kkt J. mThhc, I'artorTTtfrtk nAITIHTand Fourth Bunda;, morning and WAt.tAO! a. vaaaim, t, w.yaanon. after-noo- n. night, rnref Meeting arery Wadnwdar HnnJar Hehnol at fi.jo a. u, K, K. Farrow T. W. A WB VAHNON, Hupetlntendent, i.fA.'w," KY. CIIRIrTIAN.- da Werahlp b the ermgrea) W. .Dot Offlrwln Owaley flTANFOKII, building np alalra. I'rearhlng bj Dr. J. AHonar-eenriernnd and IViurth data. Hundtr Hthool at It Ketrranre, Mnperlnlendenl. M. PBYTOK, ATTOIINJ-1A'l HOIITII -- Key. I. B. rltmiYTISIllAN, HTANKOlin, KV, School al .M. John W. ad Will R"tit,tiirrlntrndfnt, Union I'rater Mmtlngon Joining practical la the Urtirta or Llncohi.aad Court counlle and lha Superior Coutt and Wrdnelr nlghn nt Appe1- - rlperlal ailcntloaglrea lo collection. IU OBc on Lanruter atr-e- t. ' A.nrxotNiaM a f k'ra'uuNiiVH law, at ri. lrl'i IjA.V. MEXICAN Mnstnn.?I.tnlmcnt U wllhontan canal. It peuetrittt llrth ml mmcli lo Uie iKino mnklnff tho oonunu' nnro of vmln unci lnflnmmitUon Impo lbl lurrroctmipon Jlamitn Finn and tiiolmuocrrnilou aro equally wontlor-fto- l. TlioMoxIcan OPERA HOUSB. -- ATTOIINHY A.T X.AW, DANVILI.K, KY., " ALKX. ANDEHBON, HTANKinn, KT.- - tj W. T. WALTON, - - Proprietor. Olaai via Will practice In the Court of Itojl and adJeUIng ouatleaatd In th Court of "" HTyibu.. Aai rrj iw- we . MUSTANG Mnlrarnt ts nnrtled ty Boincboiljr in cry linmo. Kytry ilay tirlnz nows of the KRony of nn ntrfiil rlil nr linrno iiitxlutxl, of rhmmBllo martyr 1, or n vnluablo Imren or pz an d by Uio healing power or Ibis U IOTte And Mai let CominlMnnrll.ickrui la Circuit Court. MT VKUNtlN, KY .. lX.aWatA.tA tl.lat a.M.Ua aai HI IK -.l" m Will prwtlm la the KnekeaatleCoarli. Collee- r.aaj,M I'ltj.w ruill iJii",,anrtr Zi rVatlDj tftpaeltj, IncInJlDg KtUerf. W0. tlontaepecltlly. Umce In Courl-bouinanifi ratvi w gooa mirvciiont, Aaorm Attornov At J.iiWi 3. J i- - a. Stanford Female College. NTANFOIU. ICY. With a Full Corps ef Teachers, OtBce (Joalh aid IiHE r. HUFFMAN. HUHUUOM M13NTIHT, STANFOIll), KY. Main th Myer Hotel. 1'urtNltrona Utld qalred. Hire!, two door aha (la admlnlatered whea re LINIMENT Uio HUMAN which trwrrtllr enrol aneh nllmenta nf Thlalnilllulloa will open II Thlrleenlb Bewloo tulnlaleredwnea omoezu monaay in ocpiemoer neat. ALL THE BRANCHES OK A OUcn nier Kobl.H. Lylla'a ttora. OSc roar from 8 loll A. M, and I u. Aneethellcead arailu- - JOlltlHt, HTANFORD, KENTUCKY. (iai-l- top. neceaaary, r nwrnriru nnu nrniiia, vnif, loims, i Hhtunintlinii Ntrlllnf;i, jtiuirivt, 1'r.K.SIl as pralu, l'olaanona Mlngi, Mlmirn, hrnl-lrllho- nt , Old rtorra, IHrrva. Fro if .ItilaliK. Nora Klpnlta, t'au (. niul Imtiril rrtry form o trii&l tllt- -. acarc. It rer mo nmrra crsation it rorofi ami smiiti nttrni Ultra ami 01 1 ft" T. l?-f- J. IIONLUY, KY. THOnOUGHENGLISHCOURSE Are taught, aa wall a House Painter & Paper Hanger BTANFOHU. MDBIO. TUB LANOUAOKH. DHAW- INO AND PAINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. K1W, npnvln, Tlinuh, Klnglioua, Old Horaa, lnll KtII, Kllm upon (ha Nlqht and crcry other olluirtit lo trhlart the ncmpanla nf llio ttlatila nmt Mtock Ynrtl aro llatil. I.lnlinrntFJ Tito rtmlcnn Huiun always ouroa and novcr Ulaappaluts ! nau 1 , jKjaiuv vy , M0; JJflVOlV IIOVTJB. ' Louisville, New Albany & Chicago In Tuition, prlrr rang from Ui to HO In tk recnlar Departmenta. ITImarr, IMj tnteruHlala IW, and CoUeglate, IW. For fall partleulare. aa to Hoard. Ac. addrrwa MKN. N. V. THUKIIKAHT. I'rlaarljiial, oianwra, unooin vo, Af, Railway. Palace Cnrs! TUB OSAY IJNKIIIUNNINU THE BEST OF ALL "HALL'S P.ATARJ. rulliimn AND 80UI) TRAINH LINIMENT ?03 HM 0B B2AST. Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills rou T1IR LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO Commercial Jlullcttn. J5 m)mim HrantL Noticb. Faeaenceiw "ur lha K. K. arrlr la LoolatUl In Ulna lo take tho errnlng train of lb "Menoa Hoota" aad go through to 13 RECOMMENDED DY rHYBIciAKDL (IrccBcastlr. I'mTrrordsTlllt?, Ijtraictte ami Chlrago irltfaent cha&ge. TiMn TABLE. STATIONS. I ally. 7 41 Lob-Btcrji- ran toxiistoxk ihstjuct. Tombstono is about 5,000 feet abovo tho sea lcvol. In tlio spring and Bummer wo havo every day a fresh brcczo from tho 6onthwcst Tlio nights aro calm, cool and delightful, with no moist-ur- o in tho atmosphere always cool enough to bleep under a blanket In the latter part of Juno tho rainy season begins, and continues till September; scarcely a day passes during this season without a shower, with occasionally ono you of tho grandest old thunder-storm- s over witnessed. Such a thing as a tornado or a destructive wind is unknown here. In tho fall, and up to Christmas, everything is green and beautiful. In January and February wo havo somo frost and a little snow, which never rehours. Toko it tho mains twenty-fou- r year round thcro ore but few hotter climates to bo found than that of Tombstone. Tlio peculiar location of two of the oldest towns in tho Territory, Yuma and Tucson, both in a low basin, and nearly surrounded by high mountains, which cut off tho breeze, except tho hot winds that pass over tho great sandy desert, has given rise to tho many fahto reports about, tho climate of this Territory. Except a fow spots in low volloys thoclimato is comparatively ploasant Thcro aro, besido the Colorado, several smaller streams wlitoh pass through tho country, such as tlio Gila and tho San Podro, ' Theso streams aro small, bu always havo running water. Around'tho base of nearly all tho mountains springs of water break out, but tho peculiarity of tho soil is such that thoy sink out ol sight beforo they run COO feet Tho water supply of Tombstono isfroraon ot thoso springs, which breaks out at th basooftbo Dragoon mountains, and ij piped nlno miles to tho city. Arizona letter. I'OIHUti JJf ZB3SOXADX. "There's a business which ought to m I jim-jam- s. Jim-jam- . Chicago. t XXX3Q m The tuoatdlrrtt root, wlih . oolr . on ehaataof ., ..ilecoaam, jainneaou, jowa, msBML cure w nup'Jy Tfcetablei no grip-In- ? Bafo to talf tIns eara, loan pvinu in AUDruinnau. Nrhiuka, Ac For further luforuatlon. addr rwrttf MARicirraa r And wo offer One Hundred Dollar) lor any Tboawn.il of (ritri IM- Loulnllle, Ky Cnao of Carmh It will not Cure annuill ralbe--l at thrl T let I tut, lift nrolon(tl HILL CLltK ANV CAHC r- hiipplncnanJ nmlth Ofllco of A. T flrwiriT'Co.l tomlt uMvfihatrrnt CBIotoo, HI, Juno , IhfU. ( Oa.. TWrdo. U VtUT. F J. Cheney I GERMAN (irnllrmm. -- I tako pleasuro In lefcrmin? Too Hull I bam uacd IlalV Uatarth Cum. It liaa Hllo-tenrt- l, Which illltclT n.l twrnianrntlr tur tcaunnl hr ticaMnolanj kind.) srnll-te- ll furcdmo- - IwMTrrylad and don't nrllateto any llw llrtlfciiran, nJ allIum ot thai follow a uy that It will cureVouracaan of Catarrb If taUn truly. rntnr, nol property. J. U. WauTnaaroan. iiirmorr, wilTrrul luiltuJr, rain In the hack. WORTH 8IO A rtOTTI.i:.l dlmncsaofiUlsD, irenMturaolJ air, ami man; JfcJLirjwsy. ttcr& NASHyjCtf ImTB E. llcitur, Jacfcacn, lUrh., wrilea . Haro had and a other dUcar Ihit lead lo rontuiiti-tioCatarrh for lJ yrora. llall'a Catarrh Cur cured rrare nl for clrcuurr with THCQRCAT free br mall. The 1.1 VltlOltA Toil me. waJdr It worth $10.00 a Iwttle. r - -rta It aoM al II --T hoi, or tlx taire lor 13, hr all t tTTWd ty all DniCTThrta FatJ. CUlEY Initio. & CO, and nl.tbr free by mall, txurel Manufactured drunUU, or will ha ami E( lTpirtetora, TOLEDO, OHIO, ealrd, oo receipt tf price, by AndnUDlllousComplalnts LIVER OVJLVZCaS t ana Oatnrrri of tho Naanl Cntlty-Chro- nlo Oatnrrri of tho Eur. C)ro or Olcorntlrol Throat. It Is token INTERN ALLY, nnd net DIRECTLY upon th Blood nnd Mueoua Ourrtiooa of tno Syctom. It la thn boat Blood Purifier In tlio WOSLD, nnd lo worth ALL thnt la ohargod for It. for THAT ntono. Tn?r 1 l Lt. Idularllla.. Air. (Irreecaatla..... Cialordtillle ' Idfaiette z osit tiik ..... . t II am ii am Illlin am It p tu OS I M pan pan pan to pm ROBBED INVIGORATOR t r'' - Through Trunk Line 113 8oIartnt for the United AdimnlrtTt,Tolrdo,Otalo. i'. j. ciii:ni:y, 191-l- Stale. For aal In Stanford by Tenny A MeAllaler. CArVfErtSL Afficted, Attention DK. GANN'SItEMEDIES! FOR THE MILLION. MANUFACTURED BY W. K. UAMM, M. D., WHrftHit Change tU llh Sfe4 MiM ROUTE Etck Mcwiicho and rtllcre all tho trontlra Inet-ito a bllloiu lUte. o t Uo r Ut. nch aa tfasaca, Urovrlnii, Llutroa after tatlnjf, ralnlnthaSldP, ac Whilo tndr moat nx&uk-atl- o iucccm bai been thoirn la cuilnt CURE MONTICELLO. KY. The worU 1 Hied with th wonderful, beautiful and Intricate Intention of man, jet all th combined talent and geolua that the world ha et-- er nylblng that can known haanertr produced Medical compare ailb 'lr. Uana' Ilemrdlr.1' kill audatlecra hare, ) el, Ulled to dlKor.r e ay thing aiuallo them, fur the cur of the lor which Ihey are rmmuended. A their pralanl by tbouaanda throagh-ou- t litoe and lun are th length and breadth ol tba land, and a Blandard Kauillr Medlelnr. they cannot be and are lull tuhalantlated by tba troog-e- at SHORTEST QUICKEST raou tucurios TO Tllg AND SOUTH & WEST WltLoat thD la KftibtlMt. Mtatktt. rammrw. Atlanta. KavanaaJi. i.-- t. . :. " 7 ii.: u vmitf, MV9' WW VllHul. eMiivniiiii, " i a MM. la MRS Jltklachc, Tft Cartrr'aUttlo XJm nil ara nitiiHr laluaBla In Uuullpullon, enrinjf and prctcnUni thlaannojlcg complaint, whilo ihrr alao correct all dlaorUcr of tho ttomich, ttlmnlato the llrtr Ercnllthryonlourwl aailrvtulalethobowtla. SICK u: t: Oar ' BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA tea tlmou lata. For Cough. Colda, Croup, llrooehlll, Conaump-tlo- o and all Dlaaeaa ol tba Throat and Lung, rl Wllboet Chang. Can wltttat change. SHORTLINETOTHC EAST Froaa Loulirllle ta lac Fa vig-ilan- Atha Ihry TouM boalmott prlctlrea1 to thoaa whoy .forW-satelenfli r from UUa tUitrcaelue complatni; bnt their Eoodneaj ooea no! end Btra, and t dom thm wUl Bod thcae little pUlajaW. HEAD ACHE -- Uho Dr. Ohiih'n CshkIi Hjrup. For titer Com pUtnl,Djipeptl. Indlgeatlon Jaundice, Cooatlpatlon, Hour 8touach and all Ullloul lllaeuea. rtcelre Umc beaat Dr. Ohiiii'h I,Ucr Cure. Dr. GitiurH lilultucut. Uuroi, Flatula and all low 8e Aceati ol Ihl Company tor rate, route Ac. or writ. c.P. AlKDHtG. P.&T.A. (' LouleviH. Kr. S.tklogl.omt.oalh. PMIHPANTC lln ot th! road will LrniUnHIl lO tptclal rat. For IthtumatUis, Neuralgia, fpralna, Urklte and Hwalllnga-aoatUrnal appllcttlon tor manor ablolaaomanywajithatthrrwUlnottewOllsi WdewlUioulUicm. lJut after all lick bead Uho be suppressed," remarked an eminent professor of chemistry to n reporter, as the couplo passed a stand whero " lemonade" was being dispensed from an which had ovidontly soon its best cr For Hemorrhoid, alinlUr dlaraaoa, lit. KENTUCKY CENTRAL fl. R. ar rAl -- i a TUE MOST DB8IRAM.K ROUTE TO la thebano of o raaoy Un i that hero ti where iw naka oar great tout. Oar pUU car it wbil Uho Uho Dr. Ghub'm Pile OIhI ihchI. 'Dr. Uuiiu'h IIKtcr-SwcOlutuicnl. cl days. " Why so? " askod the scribo. "I biz-nc- ss "Lemonadd," replied tlib professor in his most imprcssivo manner, "even when mado from lemons in a tin vessel with soldered joints, or in a galvanizod-irovessel, will toko up tho lead from tho ono and tho zino from tho other. A Bait is thou formed which is very unwholesome, and, when taken continually or in n others Co noL Carter's Llttto Wrcr rffla are TeryaraallaBl Teryeaiytouko. OnoortwotiUUraakoadoee. or They ara ttrlclljr Tcsitahlo and do not crtpe jmrpsbatbrlhtlritintla action plcaalIwho tuotbem. InvlaUt!lecnll flro forfl. Boll by dtacista cvoy wUuc, or east by mall. For Freah Cut, llurnt, Vlccn and Old Bore, And decidedly th Popular Koute, aSordlig, aa It door, change asd auperlor tocoutuodatloaa to CINCINNATI! la Mlnourl, Iowa, Kantai, Texai, CAKTEIt MEDICINE CO., Now York. TAKE THE- - 01 & MISSISSIPPI I W. Ia (act, If yu uplata trio In an; dlmtloo, your Utareel b Leet aerred by purchaalng your ticket rla Cluclnnitl. Pullman Cat; Kle A Reliable Toule. Acnetlur and Illood Purl Her. and alao cure liriacjela, Indlgeatlon, Lifer gtnt Na luj CoMhe, and handaowtly fornlih-- d Kecllnlng Chair Car lorca th unequal! Complaint, Malarial Intra and all periodical equipment f thla Old KIIU. Ihertby making yuoaaea. juuuiKiuriti ano Mr ui o a trip oter thla Una oo al luiurlou oomlorl aal pleaaur. Try It. OrJi-nrx- r, 3C. TImK TABLE. IN KFFECT OCT01IKR II. ItH T"AU ordr Bol proprietor, Montlcello, Ky. as-- ti oy man win rroeire piomj attcouon. rlouru. No. X. I lKa.II, UfioDr.fJaiiii'HNtoiimclt ItlHcni Th North, North eat and Weal. corn illl w. is:. x., No.. other. If ' H ing west from Bethlehem, and Goorgo W. Childs, Esq., east from Long Branch until you would reach your offices, you would novcr got there. When Gen, Grant was in Fekin, ho was in tho samo position as tho Irishman in Cork, Ho was in Pckiu's own town, head up and tho sky over him. No difference whore you go on earth, you aro standing on your feot, head up uud sky over you proves tho earth flat, Sco Messrs, Eaton and Hiles, ot tho Washington, Ritehio and Campbell, ot Western schools. John O'Kune, in Philadelphia Timet. sah, whon wo como to roas' dem peanuts dat Caaar wanted mo tobo-liov- o dat do shrinkage offijot all my sheer in do bizness, on' ho ordered mo to gut away from dat roaster an' go homo." "An1 you wont to law?" " No, sab, I I got an inspirashun 'bout dat time, an' I iourod do wholo bushel into a barrel o' water. Ia fivominiU doin peanuts had swelled all my capita claim on da back an' gin mo a roaster bosido, on' do way Ctosar gin mo $3 to dissolvo partnership an' git out beat any boss race you cber saw 1" De- ued: " Well, largo quantities, absolutely poisonous. This injurious action is considerably increased if citrio and tartaric acids aro used instead of 'lemons' in making tho lemonade. Consequently, tho uso ot should bo such yessols for lemc-nadavoided, especially if tho contents aro allowed to stand for any lnngth of time An ovcrdosoof any of thoso Holds is bad, and they aro worso when token in tho form of lemonade Nothing would bo likely to give you tho cholera quiokor than a succession of thoso drinks," East, West and North CIStPEUM raoH- - 01 m East Lr. " IliO'Li.lsr-'Ill- o ! Kentucky's Routo ro Th only Una running I" LOUISVILLE lo 3 CIHCINNATI- - lha Kut ro i'arlor Can to ClDclnaatl and the North. and l'alaca bleeplnf Car to Clnclunail. Waihlni-tollaltlmore, 1'hlUdelphla and New York.wltb-o- ut ch logo. IX1UI8VILLE U 3 UT.LOUIti and t eWt.t, 3? Nortbweataud Douthwaat. wltb Falaea MIeeploit Carl oo night tfalo, Ioulilllo to bt. Loula. 3ltraluS . Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OAKS Arr. l'aila ..... Lt. l'atla.. Arr. Lealnglon.. l'arla. .... Lr. hllllenhurg. ' UrlLln . Atr. Mayarlll. Lie. l'.rla. . Wlnchealer " CjnlhUn, Coilngton rimoutnM ... 8 oo 10 11 Uam i au 11 am I D 4 B It II 20 09 p a 2m Arr eJUuturdJunt KoviU. " " II ia . S3 ;j pm HO p V Ia 40 p m I T CO p n I a so p m a io 8 'ta p ia T ul m Hilfii 20 p Ul 10 00 p to 40 p tu 40 p Ul p Ulchluood Lauraaler -- . a la i S 62 p nil 4 15 u u 8 UOpu 10 put I SinS piul No. I. 11 920au 13 p in IWpui No. 8 8 15. No.- Philadelphia Record. wa wtPr" A wbi-tis the International Jit' troit Free 1'rett. view calculates thot thcro will be StKEirr Talk. "How much better you peoplo in the United States by look, Mrs. 8.1" "Yw, I Uve gained ?2 IVX. POUbJ on Haifa Catarrh Cure. Hare not felt so well ia SO yean. It bas made a War la tho discovery of tho North pole like aa illicit whisky maiwfMtery r complete cure aaJii worth $50 a bottle to uy one that has Ike catarrb." Uecauso it is secret still. Chair Cart through without change. Tihbtt years ago ono hardly dared sleep in a house not protected by a LOOK AT THIS WASHINGTON CITY, Tba2:Up. to. Eiireu (dallr) from Loulnllle Twonty years ago lightninlightning-rod- . or ka l'alao Bleei.log Can from LouIitIM to New Connecting In tarn depot with tut train wero boliovcd to bo perfect Yoik without chiugo, arrlflug at Wuhlogtoa g-rods p. u. next dir protectors "if well pointed." Ten years Ahead of All Competitors, ago peoplo began to discover how tho Hour Danworld had been humbugged, and rla ihelt.A M. K'r The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Eiolr rinla and all train. Hare haia Ihrough ville, Norfolk, man in thirteen has any faith is no midnight cbangca. Cuachr DO Ht. Loula 1 noun not ono Arrive at In advance of other line, tbeieby muring mora tho rods or will pat ono on his house. tlio for making change ol car and galling Oral AU Virginia asd North Carolina choice of teal In car of connecting line. for InaJnneeof other Una to IndlautpolU and roiBtt. Thc ladies wear gold taalng-fork- s inpatron a only line hair-pin- s For ticket and lurlbar tnforiattlon. appl to in thsso degenerate days. Chicago and lb lha ahore glrlog ItMichigan. of Lake to Mo ilde along your oeartat ticket olac(r addrcw rata, llwa, uitjx, Kor "There's musio ia the hah' so to Ticket ticket, ol connecting Unee or 4c, applr to aJJro, Agenta JAMIJ ). KHMNT, UltOWN. Uoulbrru I'uienger AgL, KB. speak.. (Jnl. Wrtrn Agent, b. K.Cor. I'outth ! Main tu , LouUilU. 310W MHlnNtLeuUrllbilXr. D.Tn mih fniltnAdltnn ilvannat& and too W. W. PEAIWUy, W. B, SHATTUC' Oen'l l'aawogar At O. W.HMITM, Ueu'l Manuer. M.W. rULLKH, heartr eating if relieved at once by laklnc Cincinnati. Ueu'l lata' Ag1!. tita'l HiBuar, iujbkuc one ot Outer's imiui lArtr i Hcamooi, Yltgtai. J'auengar Ageut, Labanoa ,Ky. J, D. HILL, ately after dinner. Don't forget this. 2m" lO Hour , ?TO5JSf fiom to a soLnTTRArLsr ..yaOM Lr. " " CAIIOand the North, with Vtj Coaehra and iimANAroLis.ciii- LOUISVILLE lo - LdHUvllletClHcliiHHluii(IL,fX liigitiHt My., rjunford June Liucaaier h likhuiood... Wlnchettar Arr. l'arla ... Lr. Majailll .............. 10 45 a m .............. II 18 ni 00 a to II 45 p m 7 K a m J 30 pin 8 8 7 7 8 15 IMpta 01 10pm pm air. ire. " ' -- Crllal... Ulllerahurg ran... Lailngton i an m., - t.i.1. Now Yorli. ('ynthlana,. Falmouth..-- .. llUa n8 vt a ", I a m I 03 p to a ui It 4) pra to a la 50 a to pm 18 a in 8 Ud pm, 1 10 p 8 15 a ia 8 QJ b w tw llNpu n '" 80 51 to-d- Home-Beekt- ri arr. uorington.Mni aoa nil a w p ui " 1' L? " 1 '" AlUt AU VU Mt Till f aVt V M Ul, Alf No. 17 Lt. U.Le29pui, Arr.MajifllJ pm HO. t lTa MBBTIIlfJ UW Ul AMT' 9 U ft U Ko. 31 Lt. liaytTlllt 12 40 w, Arr. Lx. 4 p la UT, IUI VIVHWl IIIWVH1. I iw p w RW ff Lt. FiluputU q II k m, Arr. Cut. 1 10 a u Utw.tQ Webuoivt, Ux legion Noft.aailtUilr all nt n. I Piiw Inert Cint hai .latlar araiil llnml. a dj u wttz: p ta pu 8 40 4 40 L'l.l M ; VW V (' L. ih 7 Speoial RattM to tlm, conntcllon, For Itckota, rate and Informalloo porlalnlag to AeM call en or aJdreH W. U. McKOBERTH. iaxar, Wanted, Ky. U. W, BEN DER, C.L. P WN, BOBwIntaadent. Oia'l Vim. Atiu Aft. Corlnfloa.Ky. AaA, OK0. H. McKINNKT, aigraats Ihi. radFrt. "jWWi 3T