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Semi-weekly interior journal: October 26, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883102601_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: October 26, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T f ""; r 'H' Semi - Wu111 ttfefii X.-NUMBEII gg mtfimL NEW Feme. SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUME 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER Whirt Kenlucky't Fint Pmbririen Clergy man wat uurttJ. The first Presbyterian sermon de livered in Kentucky was preached at Harrodsburg by Father llico in 1783. At that time Kentncky was a Territory. Father1 Rico was & Virginian, 86, 1883. Ingtrtel en 193. SmMfiRttMu Inltri or$oumal W.tF, WAlfN. - E1itorndPrerttr VubUmhrit THfitHVI anil FrldnWt fia.BO 1J!U ANNUM. ' TIM don't Mnd lUmr lo pjmnt of afr- crlHln.irpl tmik than, ""I H of nomination, not o?rtw roti. oir M Pn'ntitnga NewtpapeWithoul Tfpe. Not ono of us had across his cheek. I saw tbo inventor of a now type, fivo fools moved n finger. Wo wero in a row. There was a painful lull setting machino at tho United States after tho first shot and it lasted a full yesterday. 1 did not sco his machino, minute boforo tho stranger turned to but if what bo claims for it is true, u,and remarket in a quiet, cutting tho day of tho printer is drawing to a close. It is ono of the marvels of the manner: "Gentlemen yo kin drop yor haiia!' time. It will further help the cheap- fleeting thleg, Men drop out of sight and aro forever forgctten. I do not tee why these men want (o become president." "Fame, sir, is a m'ROBERTS&STAGG Opera Ky., Hf Patungen (' i sutler iTbere wu m array officer, aad a surveyor, and two men who might have been mine inspectors . id the siage when it drew up at Bttrut Hill to take on another passenger. "Howdy," raid the "new passenger aV( as he creKited la. Ai he itood for a moment in tho light of the station lamp, all taw that bis left eye wu gone. lie wore no hade or patch to conceal the low, and those who gave him a second look fell that the fire in hia remaining eye wu'lrigbl'enough to answer for two. Dark as it waa in the atage he teemed to have "iixed up" ever taaa inside of a minute, and, seeming to be satisfied regarding the crowd, he settled himself back in his scat and had no remarks to mako. Iandibj the' army officer men' tioned something about road agcuts, and directly the conversation became interesting. Coaches had been topped at various points oa the line ith-i- n a week, and. it was pretty generally btlieved that a bad gang had descended on the route and wero still ripo tor busings.-- The manwith one eye had . nothing to lay. Onco or twico ho raised his head and that tingle eye blazed la tho darkness like a lose star, butnot a word ctcaped hit mouth. The captain bad said what ho would dp irijwse the coach wat halted, and this brought out the others. It was finally decided to fight. The pawon-gar- s had money lo fight for and weapons to fight with. Tho man; with, one, eyo said noth ing. At such a limo, and under such circumstance, (hero could bo but ono interpretation of such conduct. "A eoward has no huiiness traveling th& route," said the captain in a voice which every man could lie a r. 2 ' The' strauger started up, and that1 eye of his seemed to shower sparks of fire, but alter a moment 1)0 fell hack sgain without havisg replied. If he wasn't chicken hearted, why didn't he show his colon? If ho in teaded to fight where were his weap-ob-7 lie had no Winchester, and so far as any .one had seen as he entered tljooicli. he was without revolvers. Everybody felt a contempt for a man who calculated to hold' op his hands at the order and permit himself to bo quietly despoiled. J'PopI pop! baltl" " The passengers wero doting n the salute of (ha road agents reached their ears. The coach was halted in a way to tumble everybody together, and, legtrap'd bodies were still tangled up, wh'co a voice at the doer of the coach called out: "No nonsense, .nowl You gentlemen climb right down and up with your hand! The first man who kicks on me will get a bullet through his -- Shffd tho Acted Hben Robbert Stogo. Wo dropped. Wo undertook to thank him) and wo wanted lo shako hands with him, nnd tomoboby suggested a shako purrp for his benefit, but ho motioned us into the coach, Outdoor after us andfclimbed .: up to freest bcaiuo tne driver, "mis contompt for such a crowd could not be measured. , PFf Of Ing . 1 A head!11 " ' 7 - "We bad agreed to Gght. The captain bad agreed to lead us. We were listening for bis' yell of dtfianco and tho click of his revolver, when ho stepped down and out as humbly as yojj pWsTheTwHer bad'been ta'jit ipgitajihew up a, deceit road agents,1 and now he was tho second man out. The surveyor ihtyd. intimated that bo never passed over the route without killing at leatt three highwaymen, But this occasion was to be an exception, la three minutes tho five of ub were down and in line, and hands up, a'ria the fdad agent had said: "Straight matter of business! First roan who drops his hands won't ever know what hurt. himl" Where was the man with one eye? The robber appeared to ' beliovo that wo were all out, and he wus just apn proaching tho head of 'tlio ifno to yfprk when a, dark form dropped out of the coach, there was a yell as it from a .wounded tlgor, and a revel ver began to crack, Tho robber went down at tho first pop. His partner was jint cpaii ng around, the rear of the coach. ' Ho was a game bibb. He knew what bad happened, but be was coming to the rescue. Topi topi pop! went the revolvers, their flashes lighting up.the .sight until we cpujd see the driver in his seat. It didn't take twenty seeenik. One ef the robbers lay dead in front of im, the ether under the coich, while the nan with ese eye bad a leek eat frew his bead and the grate of a bullet bo-gi- uttwo Men. f A'spcciaf from Flemingsburg, Ky.', says: "On Thursday. September 22, 1878, Ned Trurobo, an inoffentivo colored roan, was shot dead in his own door. The assassination created great excitement and rewards aggregating $0,600 wero offered for tho arrest and convictionjOf the murderer., Charles Hopper? a citizen of this 'place, was arrested on suspicion and kept in jail fivo months, but tho evidenco beforo the grsprt jury was deemed insufficient and ho was released. James Monroo Emmons was al6 arrested and indicted by the graud jury,but the evidence, which wias altogether of a circumstantial character, was weak enough to acquit him. Tho reason of tho arret t of the foregoing was that he had been paying a great deal of attention to a prostituto named Milly Walker, who waMtayiag at Tr umbo's house. The Walker woman was accidentally shot in Johnson county, this State, this week, and on being told by her physician that her wound was surely mortal, sho inado Jho following confession: "My namo is Mary Ganole, but I always called mysolf Milly Walker. I am now in my thirty-eightyear, and havo followed ray present life sinco my fifteenth year, when I was seduced by George. Radclifle, whom I killed as soon as I learned of his erfldy to me, and buried his body in a sawduat pile ou.Ited Iliver, iu Menifee county, withiu three hundred yards of where his father's house stood. When his body was found, Frank Tomkins, who had left tho county about the limo of KadclifloV disappearance, and had geoe-tGreenuptburg, Kjtf we suspected and an armed party went to capluro him nnd ho surrendered without auy rcaitance. A mob hanged him in front of the Frcnchburg jail beforo his trial could como on. My lips were scaled; as to make a noisu then was to accuio myself. "I went to Flemingsburg immediately following his lynching, and having nothing to live for myself, I re solved to make life as burdensome and unpleasant as I could for the rest of mankind. Hopper ami Emmons both wore steady company of mino wbllo I wai staying at the Trurobo House, and both were jealous of each Seeing Emmons pats one other. night, I went to the door to call him, but ho either did not hear mo or did not want to hear me and rode on. This made mo very mad, and, having a pistol in my pocket, l lircd at old Ned. Why I did bo I do not know. Suspicion was immediately directed to Hopper, who wm thrown in jail, and this suited me: but I would havo been better pleased if they had hanged him. I could not appear against him, becaueo I was afraid I might my self bo caught. My life sinco then has been the usual one of abandoned woman until I met George Frankson here, to whom I represented myself as good and virtuous, und he, seeing me iu company with Dock Martmell, Monday night, shot me." Tho woman died Thursday night, and by her confession solves a mystery which has for five years been unexplained. Cabbages are kept during tho win ter in various ways. Where one has a cellar with a moist bottom there is at hand an excellent placo for storing cabbages. Pull tho cabbages up by the roots late in the fall and tnko them right to this cellar, standing them on their roots, oa moist earth, the heads leaning against tho wall. In this way cabbabagea that have not fully formed heads will sometimes grow to a good size and tho beads will bo more crisp, wbiterand swesler than by any other method of preservation. Of court e in pulling them earth will be left adhering to tho roots and this should be carried In as attached, A little more loose earth, if convenient, can be thrown around the roots where they stand. With a dry cellar bottom this plan is not practicable, but it will work admirably wherever the bottom ia woJetened not wet, just moist. ' h o i, .. Courtetan Conftzttt to (hi Murder ening of tho price of newspapers. His machine has tho capacity of setting 10,000 cms a day. It works with ironclad arcuraoy, and avoids the fault of tho present typo setting machines in that it can "juttify" the lines at a compositor cau now with tho hand method. No type is necessary with this machine bey6nd the fow alphabets of tho various kindtand sizes required, in tho make-uof a newspaper. Thero ia a keyboard to tho machino llko that of a piano. Theio keys represent letters and punctuation marks. Flaying on them impresses theso forms into a paper matrix similar to that now employed in moulding the motal forms employed upon tho Bullock pices. Instead of setting up typo by tho old method and taking a matrix from tho locked form as a wholo, tbo impression it mado direct from tbo machine, ono letter at a time, so that when tho type setting machino ia through, the matrix is instantly ready for tho moulding of the cylindrical forms employed upou tho modern press. The vnluo of this ono feature in tho mero saving of time is great, becauso the gain of ono min ute in the stereotyping of tho forms of a great office is of much value. These machines nro being experimented with iu tho oflico of the Philadelphia Times. The inventor saya the machines can be furnished at a cost of ?700. Chicago p and landed at Harrodsburg just a short lime before he commenced a series of sermons. Ho remained at Harrodsburg some time and then removed to Owen county where he died, and his remains now He buried upon a farm a short distance from this place. Some years ago the Presbyterians of Kentucky got upon foot an arrangement to havo bis remains disinterred and removed to Danvillo. Money was also raised for a monument to be erected to bis memory, but upon going to the place of interment Father Rice's grave could not be designated from another which is near it. Tho committee for the work were at a lose what to do, and so the matter rested. A few days ago Dr. Geo. J. Reed, pastor of the Presbyterian church at this place, was in Portland, Oregon, and became acquainted with a gentleman named Rice, and in conversing with him learned that he was from Kentucky, and that bo was a grandson of Father Rico. Mr. Reed asked him if ho could tell how hit grandfather's grave could be identified. He said be could, and did in a way, Mr. Reed thinks, that there can be no mistake. Now that tho information is furnished, a handsomo monument should be erected to his memoColumbia Spectator. ry. "Did you over havo any such aspirations?" "When I was a young man I had Houso Block, Stanford, ambitions. I have found that the cares which come lo a man in a TX3ATjl!3ItH JIV- place liko that of president of the Driijc, Wliicx, MHalral Wall Paper. JLIquerK, C'HcmlriilM, lioekH, United States are enormous. Alter ItialrumeHtR, C'luarH, 1'atniH, (Stationery, Pocket Garfield was nominated I said to him OIIh, Noapn. TflbaccoH, Cnlllcry, LaMpH, 1'crfHiMcry, oneday, 'Garfield, you are going to Flro Arm), MhchIho Needle. be elected president, I hope, but by Oar Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Goods Department Is In Charge of Col. tho time you have been president a Alios. jiicNares. who win ficpair naicncsaaa discus Promptly aodlB the beet month you'll wish you were running style. Well, I saw an icehouse in Hades him after ho hod been president a littlo while, and I said: "Well, Garfield, how does it go?' And ho answered, 'I dont know but I'd prefer the icehouse business.' I (ell you, the hardest thing a man has to enduro is Success to a young man, succeei. coming to him when he is young, is one of the hardest things he can have to stand and keep his poise. Fame? Why, think how fow, how very fow of G-ivO. the names of the great grand men of Romo have been wafted along down to us across the centuries. And tho men themselves, where is their fame? Who knows them? Who thinks of them? Tho men of this world, how fast they got how littlo tboy leave behind theml And I tell you, when a man DHALKIt IK grows to bo a great man, then does ho begin to feel how littlo he in. The Hardware, Ilcrso Shoes, Groceries, Saddles, (luccnswarc, Buggy Whips, NuIIh, Iron, greater ho is tho less ho knows. J I have received and am still receiv 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 in city or coun- me a trial. try. H. Rupley. e W. H. HIGGINS. Bnggy Wheels, Ntovcs, Cane Hills, Harness, KpokcK, Grates, Older Mills, Lap Covers, Corn Snellen?, Collars, Stoneware, It him, Held News. This is tho question that troubled a French Juilico of the Fcaco. A dro ver and a butcher in tho market ad-- " justing their accounts went to a tav- -' cm to dino together. During the meal tho butcher took from his pocket n bank nolo of 100 francs value, wherewith to pay tho drover, but in handing it over let it fall into a dish ofgravT. Ho snached it out, and, holding it between a thumb and forefinger, waved it to and fro to dry it. The butcher's dog accepting this move ment as a friendly invitation, and liking thoamcllof tho .saturated nolo made a spring at It aud swallowed it. Tho butcher was furious. . "Give my money," ho demanded. 'Kill tho dog and open him.' "Not by a blanked sight," replied tho drover; "my dog is worth more than 100 francs." "Then I owo you nothing. Your dog has collected for you before these witnesses. " "My dog is not my cashier." And besides whero is your receipt." The Justice will have to settlo this." "Let him." And now for weeks the Justice has vainly been seeking law or precedent for such a case, and the townsmen have been on the verge of a riot over it again aud again. In reviewing tho rapidly increasing crime of murdor and homicido inKen-tuckwinds up the Courier-Journ- al a lengthy and ablo editorial as follows: "We need moro sternness, more rigor, more uprightness. Wo need to understand better what rights organized society has. If murder is a crimo it is a crime to let it go unpunished. Men must be responsible for their deeds. Justice must be swift and certain. Wo have too much cant, too much sentimcntalism, too much tolerance. Ono murder unpun ished leads to another. J. hero is no desire for vengeance in the demand that blood guiltiness bo punished as tho law requires; it is simply a plea for Dcaco. for order, for safety. Wo must chain up the men who are emit ten with tho homicidal mania; we must mako them understand that tboy are not a law unto themselves. We havo murders frequently; we will con tinue to have them as long as murder is not punished as a crime." y, Fat In Front of a Train. A right amusing incident occurred near Rome tho other day. A man crossing the railroad tracks got his foot Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Plows, Wooden and Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Hoofcaught fast in ar disjointed "frog," and ing and Ga'.tering will hare prompt attention. while trying to get loose he saw tho I T. jr. JohnntoH, Chattanooga train on the East Ten nessee, Virginia and Georgia road Wild come dashing over the bridge. I'.J.CURRAN. If. V. IIKIUIIT. with fright, tho man camo near break-ib- g foot in bis efforts to get loose. his But the train was almost upon himand he decided to unlace bis shoo, pull his foot out and leave tbo shoo to be mashed. Ho acted upon this thought and a's ho got his out tho train glided Wholesale and Retail Dealers In- by on another track. It made the man so mad to think ho was only on a plagued little sidetrack all tbo timo that ho took the shoe up and kicked himself all the way up to tho depot. Savannah News. Wo run two housos, carry tho Largest Stock in town; pay oash for At tbo anniversary of the Harvard our goods, whioh. onablos us to soil you closer than any one. All we Medical School, Boston, Dr. Oliver BRIGHT & DURBAN. Wendell Holmes, in bis speech illus- ask is a trial. ur.i..,i BRIGHT & CURRAN. GROCERIES AND HARDWARE, trating the microscopic facilities of tho school, said: "A man five feet bigb, An Improbable Story. A Mas enlarged to correspond with the misachusetts book agent, who was wear- croscopic, power used, would bo a mile ing a small circular pieco of court high, would weigh 120,000,000,000 plaster on his face, removed it while pounds, and could pick up the State shaving a few mornings since, and re House and chuck it into the sea, placed it when his toilet was com' cleaning out that'anctent structure by plete. Contrary to his usual experi ence, as he went about hia ffmiF& MsAiito iPHAnMAClSTS -- DHLltR.1 I- X- a summary process (shouts oi laughbusiness ter), which would put to sbame the during tho rest of the day be was ev exploits of Commodus and his kind.' President Arthur pleasantly rounds erywhero received with smiles, which The Atlanta Constitution says South out his long summer and autumn tour grew broader and broader, until at last em girls are teaching now all over tho by it visit to Washington. Although somebody laughed in his face. Led land, and that is a good sign. Before Trad Mail, it is not a metropolis, the President by this to look in the glass, he was the w ar we used to get all our teachers will find the national capital a pleas- somewhat taken aback to discover from New Ecglsrd But then they court-plast- er, he ant place for a brief sojourn. After a that, instead of tho didn't teach very long, for our young visit to tho Whito House and other had affixed to his face a littlo round men and widowers matriod tbem, and points of interest he may enjoy an au- printed label, which had fallen trom they made good wives and good mothtumn drive to tho Sold'ers' Homo and the back of a new mantel clock pun ers, and they raised up good rebels. to Arlington Heights. He will learn chased tho day before, and whioh bore Tbey don't come now, and our girls with pleasure, no doubt, that the bass the inscription, "Warranted solid bavo monopolized tho business. fishing in tho Potomao is excellent, brass." England supplies 250,000,000 peoand that it is quito the thing in Wash-societThe King of Siam is a most extraple of India with salt and charges to form fishing clubs, composed ordinary looking man. Karl I. is of ladies aud gentlemen, for excursions apparently about twenty years of age, them 25 cents a pound, equal to a tax to the neighboring waters. and tlio rn,ost remarkable fact concern- of 3,000 per cent. A poor native Nico Tho President .will find nobody in ing him is the inordinatofengtb of his must work two days and a half at particular to welcome him on bis arri- nails, each of which measures about bard labor to earn enough money to val at the capital, but wo trust tho half a yard. This deformity is con purchase a pound of talt. Drags, Boohs, Stationery and Fancy Articles. . PIijijcIid?' p'Mctlptlona acruraUl V Lai He-1- - J BeglateMd. AUo 'ompoaodej i I juwufiiiuai Largest'Stnck of Watches, Clocks, Jcwclrj K Silverware Ever broagbtlto tbti market, rrlec Lover than Clock, and Jewelrj .Rethe paired on ihort Dotlce and. Warranted. Mwmj aleftVeeS SITIAIBILIEI! ZEELA-IE&IISriEiS- y .AJSTID S SIHCOIF. sonaulo. ' lot of Horses and Fine Turnouts, Rales rca- - Assistant Secretaries and clerks who havo beon running affairs will rise to the occasion. The Prosidont will un derstand the situation better thau did tho Corean embassy the othor day, and will not think it strango that the Government is ccattered so that noSun, body can find it. "What has become of Miss Blank, who was the belto of the Springs last season?" "Sho is married," "Am not Did she marry well?' surprised. "She is now the Countess Nattalioni.' "Where does she live? I must call' upon her." "Not far from here. Go street, out that to Tincan alley, and through that to Deadcat court. Go into No. CJ and follow the stairs to Room No. Philadelphia 593, fifth floor back. Call. In 18D0 there was. one lawyer ia the United Statea. to every 8,000 inhabitants. Now there is. one to every 600, Is explains many things. down tho avenue to Crisscross It is better to die than to lose one's reason, and yet the murderer prefers New Orleans the niouarch to a state of absolute intanity to hanging. Ho can do nothing for Picayune helplessness. 3 himself, and is obliged to have re Ministers are very inconsistent. course in every instance to bis aide-dTboy advise young peoplo to marry camp. for love, but want cash down themuneducated lo selves. A common-lookin- g, cust can lay eggs that keep perfectly No initter bow fudid the comtlluliou for seventeen years, while all tbo sci miy be from distue or exctu, the Great ence of the nineteenth century has nqt German Invlgorator reitore It remanent-ly- , 8e MlrertlMmcnt. For sale br Penproduced a plan whereby the egg of a & hen can be kept fresh through a sin ny McAlUUr. PILES PILES! PILES! Pittsburg Telegraph. gle winter. sidered by the Siamese as an attribute course, of tovereigty, and of reduces 100.000 Is want ed by me. FOTJJMBS GO WOOl, Ky. "i I will pay the highest market Jprice. I alto deal ia And can supply AI! it is any quantity. A. T. NUXBTElLIsEir, Stanford, A jug of whisky sixteen years old was smashed by a crowbar during an excavation at Camp Elkin. on the K. O, last week, It is said that strong wen wept when they realized the awful calamity. s The whole number, of end of ia the United Sutes, at the June last, was 47,863; inerease during the year, 1,882. post-office- X'ltem U t4le cbtogt from tha ull ruiJlw j ll tb mult ot hwstofort. la um, Th yerof patient KlmllOoituJy uA IntMtljiUon lata to tharuttr cflhU nitoflil dlieaM. To con- Ttnot 7u ol IU (tmI merit, call oa l'tinjr A HJ Albtar, Stanford, or W. M. WUr, ML VrD, a aaiapla box frer o eharf a. and Dr, Vmnhta't ew Dlirotery for (t Job JPrinting 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 doing work, and all we ask is a trial. W. P. Walton. yt" Altxaolar.Pluuimrr, of B'oomBtM, led., uj, barogardi Hrovn'a Expectorant tat Uat coufU, naMdy at bu aitr um4. tot aal j Jtooy A UeX lUtcr, Btaabrd, ami W. M.Waber, UkVcrooq About tvo-- 1 m EJUon's KtseUlo Light U a wosiUrfa Ray, LohUtIIW. MTit "I bar JlMQTrr,Vut net m wcadHfal m lltllV ! Brown's Iron Kitten iad foWnt It to Catwrb Cum. Fur by PsMjr A Mo give us gmt rtlW in rhsuautlwi." 4JMr. into ill ud Hiowa'a Esjfioraat bat turtd titrj taat Itba dbaaa baa sot Veto albtta trld,OB wbo-ot- b lowed to rua Wf oad Ik control of medlcta. So'd Aha of all who go la an UBtluelj with thatkaaJcJ dtaaaae, cooauupUoo. rMf A WcAMatw, Yorooii. IMaBierd, aa4W.it. Web-- 'T w I ill tF V, I I LAXCAtf Kit ABVKHThKMKsTa. George James sold lo W F. Kaasssy, At the New York horse show there Samuel J. IUkdalu in a speech at There is no disputing tho fact that wss a trial of speed la btTMastng; and 4 butcher cattle 085 average at 4 cents. B. V. WALTKH. raw material the world over has be- Cleveland, Ohio, Saturday night, al George R, Enelemsn sold Thomas R, np teams betofiftlfia' to ths Fire HUltOUON Wool commands luded to Mr. Arthur as follows: "As come very cheap. Woods, 21 head 1,200 pound cattle at 4c. I.AMIMMTKH, KY, Department. Tho time was 3) seconds, to Arthur tho beneficiary of an assas OIBee, over Cltleens lower wiees than at any time dHri J. A. Harris A Hon bought of the from S to IS A. M and National Mask.u. Ottee hours Ths Pulaski sheriff took ths following from I lo 8 r. was never sination, I don't believe he has any convicts lo tho Penltenteatlsry Tuesday. Tray lor llros, 8 head 2 and 3 year-olcat Frisky Mwiiiief, Oclobcr.26, 1883 tho past forty years. Cotton BAM M. I1UKUETT, so cheap ns it is today. Wheat, which moro ideas of his duties as chief mag- Joohtit fogftlon, manslaughter, two years; lie 1,105 pounds average, at 4, ArTOItNJJY At IjA.'W, R. K, Hall, of Montgomery, tells us LANCASTER, KY. averaged $1 33 per bushel for tho istrate of this country than ray child, John Brown, burglary, thtee years; Hill WALTB-N- EBITBR W. P. Will practice In (lurard and aIJolnlnroaollee Ihres years; that tobacco raisers reilisi as much as thirty years ending 1875, wm reduced judging from his actions. Think el Weaver, colored, lll-l;- r and Oourl of Appeals. $250 per sera for their crop In that county, Henry Coyle, colored, murder, lifetime. to 81 10 per bmhol for the seven years Washington, Jefferson, or any of the and good land rents at $50 per acre, A Washington dispatch say! GovH. O. ending June 30, 1882. During the whololino of Presidents of any or all ernor Proctor Knott, of Kentucky, hesded P. P. Nnnnelley taught a lot of hoes ATTOUNJaV At responsibilities of to parties leaving the and another of Elijah T. a delegation of Kenlucklaca who called up- otll.T. Kii-- li LANCASTER, KY. For OMRisnlh ws will rewire subscrip- past summer it has been from four Of coure, theeo Government lo enjoy sixty or ninety on the President presented him Pence, averaging about 300 pounds al 4 cts. Master Oomml-lo(lerrard Ircull Ooart. Will tions lo the iNKMttoR Journal at TWO iive eents cheaper. Tbey were shipped to Cincinnati yesterday. practice la all the (Jourts of Oarrsrd and adjolnlag DOLLA R(3 p cash. Old as well h are the New York or export quota- days catching base or playing euchre with a sasgnlficent rod, Intended to bs used eonniiee ana m ino uran or Appeal. The Georgetown Tfmes reports ssles of In connection with the handsome Jeweled new subscribers re tmbriced In this offer, tions. This diminution in price of on a railroad car. reel presented to the President upon the 2,000 bushels ot Russet potatoes at 25 cts ; protldetl thsjr pay within (he time spscItU these and other neeesearies of life is An exchange says : "Too much har- oecaslon of his visit to Loutavllls In 21 seres of land near Payne's Depot st $95; d all arretrsgs svb4 a year In adrance. due in a great measure to tho exten- mony seems to bo worse for a party August, mules at $95; a lot of a bunch of Now U the chattes for those who complain 050-la railway and telegraph than too little. The democratic fat heifers at 4o and 17 head of 1,- is mere than thef ca ptj for a sion of the that $2.60 MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. 800-lcattle at $5.87 per ewL sfstems which have equalized and re and leaders in Ohio fought each paper. Mar.ngtd bfJohn B.tith. WiMcunTXR Court. A large crowd duced freight charges. The wool, other all through the campaign like ' George McWhlrter was lodged In Jail In attendance; 1,200 or 1,600 head of cattle For fully forty years tho Court of wheat, and cotton of remote regions is tiger cats, but thoy won. On the yesterday for Illegally selling liquor. on the market; mostly sold al prices from Appeal, witk such men 8S Judgo now available for any part ot tho other side the Gazette and Commercial -- Ur. Richard Welch Is In Louisville. 3J lo 6Jo rcr pound; from 60 to 100 head Roberteon ami eHher distinguished le- world whero thoy aro needed, and wcro consolidated, and, with Halatead JuJge O. W. McClnres is In Stanford, this ot mules on ths msrket which sold at from $75 to $150 per head; large number of plug gal light oa the beach, has held that it every year fees a reduction in tho cost and Deacon Smith both sitting on the week. Tho world, for safety valve, the rennbhean party in Farmers are all about dons sowing horses at $24 to $50; good liorres $100 to of transportation. was only necessary for an indictment to A larger acreage than usual has $150: common sheep $1 50 to $2 50 per charge the oflenoo of keeping a tiplinp years to come, is tolerably sure of Ohio seemed to be fairly bunting with wheat. head. It. J.White, of Madison, purchased of food and cloth, harmonv. Yet it sustained the most been sown. house, leaving the charge to be nut cheap and abundant Advertisements are up all over town Thomas Phelps CO fat cattle at 6 cents per tained by the proof in the case. But nig, for whilo tho railroads aro reduc- complete galling, and disastrous de announcing -- nother reduction in the rail- - pound. The Hie of John W. McWhotler A laHitcMMter, it remained fee the Superior Court, ing their charges for the transporta- feat it has ever encountered in that mad fare to the Southern Exposition at Son, In Csssy counly, took place yeterdsy, Louisville. which ia coaapaeed of the verest pig. tion of the prime neconaries of life, State." imLast Monday the Court of Claims met. snd auctioneer George V. Rohblti, rjorts raies compared with the gentleman mechanical invention is steadily The N. Y. Sim remarks: "This is All of lb Magistrates were present, ex- as follows: One 3 year-ol- d Jack $015; two proving:, so that woolen cotton, and Havenamed, to set aside that decision and a vear for democrats to voto the dem cept two. The amouat of claims allowed pair aged mules $290 to $298; 10 milk require that the indictments in such other goods aro supplied at less cost ocratic iickot. Every voto now counts Is nboul the same as last year when It was cows $38 to $15; 2 jennets and colls $185 Demorcst s Month- - for 1884. Encouragement to the re cases, in order.to be valid, shall speci every few years. a little over $1,000. The poor houw fund lo $210; pair unbroke mules $185; patr Just Rocolvod Anotnor Car fy that spirituals and vinous liquors iy. whether they was Increased $200, making the amount to yearling do. $105; lot of rtiecp $2 85 per Load of publicans in any quarter weanling and their mixtures were sold without Tiiib is the way for a Judgo to talk are running for municipal or State of- $700. The Counly Judge wm allowed $300 bead; plug horses $01 lo $110; 100 pounds license in the house to be drunk there- to a jury that ho knows has purjured fices, means just so much more hard for his sslary last year, and the County calves $14 60; 30 hogs of about Attorney $300. There was not so rasny $3 25 per head; corn $2 10 to $2 15 lo the in or upon the premises, or those ad- itself by brineinc a verdict contrary work and uncertainty next year. Turn field. Land withdrawn at $41: There was small claims allowed as usual. jacent; as masy as two limes. Upon to tho law and evidence, in tho case: them out as you go along I Consisting)' a very large crowd In attendsr.ee. BOYLE COUNTT. this decion,.wtih is against public Chief Justico Beglie, of British ColIn Cincinnati the cattle maikel Is Durine the. last thirty years the Danrille. steady. Common $1 752 75; fair lo mepolicy and precedent, thirteen cases umbia, recently said to a jury which Oh ami) Church of Encland has raised 8250,- Messrs, D. W. Jones, Charles Gallsklll dium $303 76; good lo choice butcher find a murderer guilty: were demurred out of tho Circuit had failed to Sots, 000,000 for tho building and repairing and R. N. Neel, went lo Chattanooga on grades $44 76; some exlra $4 855; Court here at oae time Tuesday and 'On vour conscience will rest the stig of churches and cathedrals, and to(W,- - Wednesday, on a business trip. common to fair shippers $1 6005 25; good Commonwealth'a Attorney Warren ma of returning such a disgraceful Since last report Martin J, Coonley to choice $5 3505 90; Mockers and feeders Bods & Loungos, Bod Springs 000,000 for endowments. telle us under the same ruling over verdict, and, one at variance which selected butch and Emma Merriman; George F, Gordsn $3 7504 60. and mauroseotj, Will be quashed in his dis- you have sworn to find the guilt or 500 cases Thousands of English ladies ride and Lattice J. Tot ten; J. a Martin and era ind heavv shlmiers $4 76005: fair 10 trict alone; and when wo consider that innocence of the prisoner. Many re- tricycles, and clergymen with largo Levies Gabbert; W. P. Haves and Nannie good packers $1 400 1 80; fair to good and Chairs and KvcrythlRg lie there 17 districts in tho State, it can petitions of snch conduct as yours will rural parishes are among the more nu- Sbews. snd Theo Llnoey and Msjgie light $4 504 65; common $3 8504 35; Sofas longing to a Mrstiass furSheep-F- air; stock hogs $3 6004 25. ma Shesrs, have obtained license lo msrry. be seen how many of theso mii3rable mako trial by jury a horriblo farce, merous class of buyers of tho niture More. It is alwam well enough to have all common to fair $34 75; good to choice offenders will go free of their offenses. and tho City of Victoria, which you chines. writing so drawn up that $10175; soms exlra heavy wethers $5; trnttrnmrnti of 1'riccfl an Low hm AHjrbtMef'n. True they can be if the inhabit, a nest of immorality and MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. they will stand the test of law as witness stock wethers $33 75; stock $2 7503 60. presented lo the Lambs-F- slr witnesses can be obtaind, but in nine criino, encouraged by tho immunity to good $t 2505, Bnow fell yesterday in northern New the following which was Coiintr Clerk, and which will explain it cases out ot ten this will bo found im- from tho law which crimnals will re- England. --VALUABLE Another Infamous Dtchion, Is to certify that I practicable, besides run up costs which ceive from tho announcement of such Thero are 45$ convicts in the Ken self: "Tills indenture how Judge Fin-le- y When it h remembered willing to give my daughter can not be collected. Lawyers agree a verdict as yours. Go; I have noth- tucky penitentiary and 679 at work on the am perfectly ot the whisky and liquor men In the IIolv Bonds of Matrimony to all. that as an original proposition the de- ing raoro to say tay you." To tho pris railroad, making 1,037 in snd cares at the recent term of the Laurel FOR SAXE. . Oct. 9, 1883. In aDunin factory at Cincinnati, a and who were being defendcision would be well enough, but hav- oner, who committed the murder with A glance at the report of John Cowan, Circuit Court I of&r al prttate sole rajr firm of about 300 sere. boiler exploded, injuring nine person, four following ing been he!d,so long as tho law and a sand-batbo then said: "You are shows that at his ed by George Denny, Jr., the In Uarrard, nbont ons mil blow Camp Dick lUb-of whom, O. Lagrange, died, and others lato County Treasurer, will be reid tMon, with large milage beuworclsat rooms, la some of are expected to dio. November 7, 1882, there rather laconic correspondence and sand-ba- g last settlement, Commonwealth's attorneys having all discharged; go number on repair, all nertuarr outbulldlnga, and with some amusement as well as interest: the land fertile and In a Una stale of cultivation. their indictments for Buch offenses those jurymen; thoy doservo it.' total cost of transporting tne was a balance of $855 18 In his hands that The nurlr allbtn lo iriia. On the rdaew Is a Jlitll- Louisvillb, Kt , Ool. 12, 1833 lery or about 100 Inuhels npecllr- The turnpike. year, since then he has received $1,037 50, mamails, by all method', for the paat writton in accordance thereto, it is Philadelphia Press. rrool jjantnio o lAxingion runs inrougn ioia kings total of $1,892 C3 that he has paid JudgtH.F. Finley, farm, and th the location Is Terr contestant. AN was S10.X34.899, an Increase over the pre Betting, against publio policy and we i lu aerra. m aartof Ibo It. !. Joneo lana. on the Dear Juiyt: Please examine the enclosed manufacturing firm in Connecti leavA out since last settlement $2,787 20, ptke, compliments. I hops you same vm sola adjoining tho a tot a. The two places might add outrageous. This class of cut havo announced to their workmen ceding year of $353,817. man wovir, ormtiaffi to ami parroai. wiu ing In his hands $2,205 37, which amount slip, with my A. young man at rortland, Me., claims erf. The purchaser will also hate tho option lo Very truly yours, offenders are generally tho most conO. Fox, the new are well. retln the uutnurj.orii can Mrtmotdi. Alaon that, having lost a great deal by em to be the missing Charlie Hots. He ssjs was transferred to C. propor. amallCmu aillolalnglho temptible in the eyea of the It, with fair liupratcmenia. In the Interaectloa o ployes who were under tho influenco he was kept in a dark roo-- four years and Treasurer. tbopaatllloaod llutna Vltta tornr!ke, contain. local orrio! EVIDENCE. The pupils of the Deaf and Dumb Inpeople, for their infamous traffic of liquor, thoy have decided to hire no subsequent! taken to Brazil. Ine about as acres. A email tracloHl acre, ad Gcffa Oummonitealih. LouisJoining landa of T. luna. Also a at ore boum Is Bob Iniersoll's speech at the negro civ stitute, 75 In number, went to the is the root of nearly every crime and men who drink, and that tbey Oct. 10, 18S3. Appeal from Laurel me lown Ol atrjaaiituic. waronouvw scar auaua. more Exposition on Wednesdsy, In charge Filed Dot lo Lancaster, a burial lot In tht L neuter rent a decision which releases them from will discharge all drinking men now il righto indignation meeting at Washing villetheir teachers. Meeara. WekeOeld, Circuit Court. Opinion of the Court by lery, Ac All tho abotoproperty will be sold on g scene, and one of ton started a Terr liberal lerna. For lurtbrr partlrulari coll the penalty of their offences is in tho in their Bhope. Should this plan be Presiding Judge Bowdesn, reversing WM. 11KHKKI.R. Farris & Co , owners of the Omnibus line oa or address old woman "got 'ligioa" and shouted. of ths IS IT urjanutiiM, y. the order-booAn entry upon nature of a publio calamity. In the adopted by employers in genereal DeF.IIawnrth A. Hammond, of Cincinna. took them to the Cincinnati Southern "reCincinnati South- County Court that it appeara frora ths county of Laurel alone, where Judge thero would soon be a marked decrease 'ti, got up a flirtation with a married lady" pot free of chargo. The that a certain dissnd Finley has waged such a fearless war in the consumption of rum, for no In Lawrenceburg, and, upon paying her a ern road look them to the Junction, the L. turns has certificates" of votes sgainst "cast a majority trict & N. road to Xouisville, and the Exposiagainst this class ot offenders, and has workman with any respect for himself visit, was horsewhipped by her husband. free of the sale of liquors In aid district" is not Fifteen hundred people lost their lives tion authorities admitted them secured verdicts to the amount of over will care to have the reputation of order that ths charge. Coming back the terms were the evidence of that fact. In 85,000, the whole business will bo set losing "work for such a cause. It k a during the recent massacre at entry may be evidence It must purport to and $4,000,000 worth of property tame. the aside, unless Attorney General Har strange fact that many raon who lose J. O. Evans sold on Thurtdsy, to T. be a transcript of the certificate of destroyed. Order his now been restored. Board. din appeals tho matter to tho Court of time, money and health by drinking J. Curtis, of Madison county, 40 fine 'yearlAn explosion took place In a equlb Granvllls Pesrl, A. R. Cook and William Appeals, which he .is not likely to do do not need liquor or caro for it, but factory in Kingston, Ta., where nine girls ing cattle averaging 800 lbs. at 4 cents; J. Liudseyfor appellant; P. W. Hardin, for were uurneu L. Bruce to sasae parly, 42 head similar since the consent of each of the Supe- continue In tho habit because, having were at work. Five of them Sam Moons 5 head to appellee. rior Judges has to be obtained before onco begun to frequent bars, thoy are to a crisp, and the four remaining will all cattle at ssme price. WiiAUMsrnRO, Ky., Oct. 22, 1833. same at same price. Farris A Evans ship he can act. The Court, which was ashamed to stop unless thoy can ueviso die. While Barrett's George Denny, Jr. circus waa perform- - ped this week to Jennings A Co, Cincinna- - Hon. Dear George Please exsmlne the enclos concieved in a sintul desire to create an unusual excuse. Inability to get lnir In Naarnille. James Rller walked up ti. and to Emery A Co. same city, two car I hops you ed slip, with my compliment. more offices, and born the of iniquit- work while usingTiquor will bo as large and killed Robert Batei, who bad just got loads each of 1,150 lb. butcher cattle, Very truly yours, of which were sold at$l 40 the re- are well. ten out of the penitentiary for killing at- ous attempt to grind more taxes from an excuse as any one can deeiro. II. F. Finley. ley's brother. The act caused almost a mainder being unsold when Mr. Farris the people, is likely to become as odiOct. 20, '83 East Beksst-d- t, left on Wednesdsy; 110 Texas ponies were The Louisville Commereidl asks: panic. ous as it is unnecessary. Sin I wish to file Judgt Finley:-D- ear hundred excursionists from the sold hern this week to one firm; prices not Seven "Isn't the Lieutenant- - Governor a lit- indictment agalnit Gallagher and Calloway After more than two weeks since tlo hasty in granting remissions of Northwestern Slates passed through Nuh-Titl- e obtained. for keeping tippling house. They sell all A trouble in the colored Presbyterian on a prospecting tour through Tenthe election tho official returns of tho fines when the Governor is to be absent willing and ready to testinessee. At least ten thousand Northerners church running back through several wea- the time. I am Ohio election are at last all in and the from his post but a few days? Thero are expected to tettle in Tennessee the ry years, recently culminated by Elder fy against them, lady though I am. I figures to the democratic eve are even are not many cnuses of fines the con bought for my luubind,. a pint of brandy present season. Philip Bell breaking open a dooi ot the find favor In more pleasing than the most sanguine sideration of which cannot be postpon Iogalls, of the .Kentucky church. Phil's trial for the offense Is set yesterday. Asyouhopeto President the sight of God at the last great judgment, expected. Hoadly's plurality is 12, ed a few days." We had noticed that Central railroad, has resigned and Vice for Thursday evening, when he will plead have justice meted out to elect52D on a total vote ot 721.46-1In justification that he Is a legally elected as you hops to the tho Yeoman mentioned that bo had President Briggi S. Cunningham was film. Gen. John Echols, of officer of the church and that other persons you when you appear before the great Tri wl O latter being in a little over 3,000 of remitted several lines in "meritorious" ed to succeed Implore you to prosecute these succeeds to the Vice Presihaving no real authority In .the premises bur.nl, I me total between .Hancock and (Jar-fiel- cases and were impressed with the be Staunton, Va., will only bear in mind that you dency of the road. have withheld the key from him, snd oth- men. If There were four tickets in the lief that Mr. Hindman was a little too Tuesday evening a difficulty occurred ers who are rightfully entitled to It So yon have the prayers of every broken field and yet Hoadly's majority is 1,. anxious to attend to business that the in Charlotte county, Virginia, between some nice questions of ecclesiastical law hearted woman in this piece, I know you 883 over all. In speaking of tho re Governor alone should. named Bass and Stratton. will necessarily come before the Police will make renewed efforts to expel them But! then brothers-in-lafrom here. You will find me at East suit the Neva Journal says: "Hoad- nobody would tind out that no was Stratton Gred at Bats, the ball passing thro Court for adjudication. (A Respectfully, his hat, when Bau shot Stratton five times; Major J. P. McGrorty left oa Wed- Bernstadt. ly gets 15,000 less votes than Garfield 'thar unless bo did something of tho expected to live. Stratton is cot IN HEMORIAM. nesday, for Deming, New Mexico, where got, but he received 8,000 more than kind. Albert Finter, near New Comerstown he has large property , interests. He exIn Harper, Kansas, October 17, entered were cast for Hancock. On tho other murdered his pects to be abjent all winter. Mrs. MargaA riEW York scoundrel, who was (X, discouraged by rest, Annie Davis, aged 4 years snd 4 hand, Foraker falls 28,000 behind completed the ret Downton and Miss Laura, who have into of grossly insulting eeveral wife and three children, and convicted months; twin daughter of W. H. and Julia Garfield and runs only 0,000 ahead of horror by blowing hss own brains out with been, visiting friends In Richmond, came Anderson. "There sngels do slwsys be young girls, was let oil with a fine of a gun barrel. The bodies of the victims home Wednesday, Capt. George II. Dob-v- hold the fce of my Father In heaven.1 Hancock. To our mind this indicates ten dollars. If that is tho kind of were found with their throats cut and their snd Captain D. A. Murphy, went lo Matthew xvi II 3. a substantial democratic growth and punishment dealt out in Courts for heads mashed In. Cincinnati, Wednesday, to attend the re indicates that Ohio is a democratic Ssfeljr snenored, Annie, darllnj, W. W. Tinsley, who was arrested t unions ot the Grand Army of the Republic such offenses, parents and guardiaus Orer on the oilier side; State that her peoplo have repudia suspi- and (he Army of the Cumbeiland. Mr. of tho young will bo likely to tako the Barboursvllle abaut a week ago on rues U sltll." tie Loatuiau ssjelb, ted republicanism, alias Dorsovlsm, cion of being a mm who was wanted at and Mrs. J. Wesley Durham went to LouAs he rjwej thee o'er the tide. law into their own hands and adminis allot Fosterisra, alias Shermauistn, alias West Virginia, on a charge of isville, Wednesday. While In the city Ssfeljr aneli oiei orer the way; evil- Charleston, ter punishment that will make forging papeis presented to the Postoffice they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bfe In Iky l'atbir'a lote; Unconstitutioaalwta.'' In tho Ian doers careful how they conduct Hi Sit from alt corroding cart, Department, was honorably discharged J. L. Zimmerman, Mr. Hartwell Perry, guage of the N. Y. Sun, it does look Safe la tby boiut slot. from custody by Judgo Barr, of the United who has been lu Colorado, for about two like the republican party must go. Bifely anchored, sni neier mors years, Is at home again. Three ladies, so a dispatch says, States Court. Will tby HttU weary ftt Henry Mother, brother to tho abductJoseph Nohvkll, who with Shel went to tho office of the Somerset "Jedge" John M. IIarlan,who "dissentI'lajr with brothers snd sisters dear, been hanged by ed" recently wt educated In Danville, and don tried to hold oh to the Register of Reporter, to cowhido the Editor for or of Charlie Boss, has Or around lbs fireside met. Vigilantes, near Cheyenne, Wyoming Ter was here first admitted to the bar. A God took theo era sla bad the Land Office t et armu, is out in some real or imaginary insult in his ritory, lie begged for a respite of twenty- dispatch of ths 24th Inst., Set Its seal on tby juuaf besrt, a long card denunciatory of Mr, Cecil. paper, but he called the police and four hours, sarlne he would cue the world Washington But II grloTos us to snow thou art goo thinks that "Harlan la likely lo become the He slings the lie along loosely and saved his back. The ladies swear useful Information which had been sought strongest candidate the republican party In an earthly view It make tbs tear start. evidently seeta to have found out that they will havo his bide. Too pure aod lovely for earth, What for years past, but be was banged without can offer.' The dispatch adds "with HarOod called the away la lore, the time being granted. that Cecil won't ffght. The publio can the matter be? lan the party could carry Virginia, Mis- To wta tbr dear lather and mother A freliht train killed 8 mules sisrippl, Louislans, Florida and North Carhas heard quite enough of Sheldon and To Christ and their darllogs abate, Tins Cincinnati Enquirer and for Harvey Cobb. Miss Beule D. Irvine, olina." Your correspondent would resNorvell and if they will only go into liablj anchored la hearsa Burnett, having ignominiously of Richmond, died at New York, on the pectfully add, that he might also carry tc-their holes and draw them in after And by tbs purs crystsl slresm; 21th. 395 acres of land belonging to Ben Danville If his friends would not have the failed to convict an inoflensivo negro V-l Tb little twin darlings are ruling them, there will be reason for rcjoic. From sorrows of earth and Ita rain dream. of Craft's crime is now publishing Boggs' estate soli at $83 55 to O. K. Doty Indiscretion to prosecute the colored troops and Green B. JTurler. Thirteen persons for selling bitteis just before the election. lag. A.J. Btah roan, Ky., Oct. JL slush, to prove that he died an innotbeChrlstlan Church Wk would like t know what jthe cent man. McLean bad hotter stick look membership with tve7 Rtwardid, LANB.STOCK ANU CROP. Herald. here last Sunday. A liberal reward will be paid to any party who mail mea do with New York? Sun. to walloping Habtead. At a fire at Grand Rapids, Michigan, Twelve yearling mules sold at Bowling wlllvroducsacas ot Liter, Kidney or Stomach Theyawtsteal it as we get only Th B Louis villolW is scoring it in Tuesday, three persons, Capt. Smith, Green at $70. complaint that Klectrlo Hitters will not speedily about two a week. Dundy and a boy naiaed Walsh, II. a Withers soy to T. V. Woods 15 euro. Bring tbeui along; It will cost you nothing to that shameless monopoly the West Charles cattle of 1,150 pounds at Ut the medldoo Kit falls to cars, aad you wlllx were killed by walls falling on them, Two good well rewarded lor your trouble Usldss. All lilJ A fcro task k Louitvil lo Iwi burst ernUnloRTelegraph Co.for raising thier others were seriously Injured, At Aaaap it. mUouanees, Jaundloe, Cooitliatloa Md S, 30 mon- oils, Md., two persons, Charles up, ao devU because Gov. Knott lolls when they are making more and -C- yrus M. Jons sold to T. B. Wood general debility are quickly cured. cUtlifwttoa cattls, averaging oik 1,100, at guaranteed or money refunded. Price only M aeessot eowe to tlt4r rescue as fab ey new than thoy should be allowed to his sed sunt, Miss Liule Watkins, lost cents per bottle. For sale by Penny a McAllst er 41c their Ursa in a similar manner, nwawwwwwl wring from tho people. VMS. fm WON. A. . l33WriHa OtJtojVa, bacandlihrio for speaker Houae or HtprenlaltTea, TAI.HO'JT, eit it d MII.LIMERX t . KA.UI-FMA.- Thanking my Irlemte for their liberal patronage of the psit, t earnestly atk a ronllnuasc. IWMf MHH. HA TH H VUtHtHA H, My Fall and Wnler stock ef Millinery now sr tlflng Is Ihs fullest snd handsomeit I hate tter ladleals It bad.sndllntllelhsallentlsnnrihe congdent that I can please ths roott faetldloas. ner yr, Jlt. T. E. NlrflTIi, . KKNTUCKY. llewesepnthlc rkjfrlcktn, b ENTERPRISE Grocery. DANVILTE, b Resilience, Clemens Houses otlce opp. Central Nat. Hank. Special attention tod I Mates of women and child ran lor the pail eighteen year. (l&V-e- ' Information lVftiited. Parlsina ! Mall (ndorser) rerMleten, IHrS. UBriHTIB rieS.ll, and reeoTorp of our lores, which alio did net account for when our stent la Stanford three yesrs ego J. K. HVI.ISO ChlcaA suitable reward will tw paid for Information lea Una; lo the detection ol GEO.D.BURDETT c3 -- OO., CO., -, lit Fall HHd WlHfcr I beta oa band snd am dally receding a taalU fal and cotsptelellno of s'aehtiell Mlllllaert, la which I Inrltrthsatlentlonof the ladle. I hate lake extraordinary pains la Us selection and eta confident that an eaamlnatloa la all that la necessary lo a purrhaa. Oil and in Kentucky IYIXLImIIVERY! lM MISS HKI.I.K MtUUHKH. -- Furniture, TO THE PUBLIC We will new pay special atmUoo to srousTost aniNuiNO.'M Wn promts lo itte aatlifelU(, aad when dealers' will git Patent riour for Wheal. Can mate either boiled or unbolt tuel. 110--1 Parlor and or MsALINTKK -t- MAIXKSt, BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE IN STANFORD, XT. I offer for sal primely my bout and lot oa Honaraet etrct which Is occupied by J. M. He. rnaaiialon lo b gltcn Jan. 1. last. Terns abl. for particular wrlw tow at Harper, Xaa aaa or call oa Bobk o. Ljtle.BUnlonl, Ky, Hogs-Stea- dj; raa in to dec 1 ir. it. AXttrntna. Harp) - FurnlturE. and ;betlln of Furaltnrsot ex htblled la Htanford, as a stroll t brooch my store will prot. My petes or aalowa similar gwdacaa b bought la the ct tie, a tact aleo capable of ore lar deiaonatrallon. I at keep on hand a loll. tin of eterr dracrlpllon eter that thslull.it Garrard Co. Lands Umlerf ukcr' Goodn Orders by Telegraph Promptly tended to. i:r-i4- ! :, And am ready to sort funerals proudly with a a ale, new Hear. At- - B. K. WEAREIT. ESTILL SPRINGS ! pUc llatlo latin cbarg for becoming season, I am now tl this taunts wstertrg camp-meetin- Prepared to Receive Guests. I hare a corpe o trained arrtasU aad wlllk able to furnlah k NHtlMlHCtery To all persona AcceBnuetlHtlsHH In pursuit ot health or plteeur. The medicinal quallllea of thee water Sr too welt known U the (word of Central Kentucky I need a decrlUon vt Ihalr peoprnla. Tbarat tof board will berraaonabU. lor further Inlormalluo, apply to m at lrtlne, Ky. U7-I- I M. Jf. i'lCiCOCK. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURN8IDE, - Propr one-ha- lf This Old and Well Known Hotel Still Maintains Ita High Reputation, AND td Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to bo Conntrr Hotel cj H o ia the State ia its Fare, Appointaents, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. . 3 P naa.ata will ba ctateied ts Sad front tks.epsl rreeereaars. 1 pcisi acceaaeaeeaii he)t t Camstsrelal rattler. Th Bar will always sayslled with th cklctt breads of Listers aad Clcsr. -- i DANVILLE- ea o PLANING MILL COMPANY -- ns tn o Manufacturers o- f- ESS lioorx, Hunk, IlIluilM, WlHtlaW, Hitd Door them-selve- o Frame, BfeltJ i -- 4 o 1K. 1h Ncrell' Haw " Werk,TtirH- Latko Work, Fleering, Ceill,Weatk erbaHrdaHg, Dreaded Lumber, -- And other Building Materiml Also Dealers In or ITm'siiiug 1 Imtuber ! kep a large UUl oa u or writs for prices.. ,W stock and will do our best to pleas and quality ol material. you In price e ' Ja dlse-M- ft.txyiLi.ic 1754ms viisiNa mill DeailUe, Ky. vo 1 .is- - &i-$ttc- w Wednesday afternoon the Grand En campment met and elected officers for the A 0., BUnlard, sty,, UtofChenanlt,8veranr Pncdlng$ e(th Brand Lodg. ensuing year: do toD.KUm' for real good calico at with Allpersonsln-tclitedth" estaltj of Fptiralm Tho Grand Ixlge of Independent Order oncftand aj ccnl peryanl &, CO.. Peverano, ilerd., will rtleasn setlt atwill pre M Grand Patriarch, R. M. Anderson, ol M. thorn hvlns;elalni8SlnllheUla erralon In of Odd Fellow met In annual Hopklnsrllle; Grand High Priest, R. G. El- Importer. n.1 Jofatxrs of Dr? (lx1. Notion., Ac them alone, properly vlrlted. display of the Opera Houae hereTiieadny and waa Com and sea the handsome mr-- -t Mi1 Jr. jr.HRaitAVHH, vvi oislu. liott, of Lexington; Grand Benlor Warden, tWf oil " October JO, 1883 (Jueennware at Bright A CurranV. Friday Moralug, Ag'l forth Hslrs ot K, Sormsoee. called to order by Pmt Grand Hire, Milton 1 J, G. Hartsough, of Owenlon; Grand Jun KY, Grand who Introduced ior Warden, F. W. Qntat, of Lonlrlllc; Cam. on inn before you buy anything In J. Durham, W. K. Vernon, of Stanford Lodge No. 150, t.lN. LOCAL TIHE CARB. Grand Scribe, William White, of Louis-rlllthe grocery line. T. 11. Walton. who dellrered the following weleomlngjid- Grand Treasurer, George W. Morris, C3r. 3Hall tntn (oln North w . " nouin . . -If you want blanket, comfort, Jeans, drew: aartutsTSof Loulsrllle; Grsnd Representative, T. J. Th nrxlersltned, at Administrator ef th talals E.nr, strain" Mouth- -. . 4 1 A. flannela or coltona glre tie a call. Rlmlston of W.M.IIaya, deed., will recetrs claims tsjilnst IlEPRHIENTATIVMOPTIIEanAND LODOE Horn Adkins, of Paducah. rsld nUU pmperly proven, nntll th 1st day of AOwaley. The Committee on Aror Kentuckti November, lass. Claims will bs presented Minority report or Committee on fi Cincinnati, O., and In.llan.polli, Tnos. W. Vsrnon or Lonlavllle, L0CALH0TJCES. .- -. A confounded mall agent carried every rangement hare aaatgned to me lnce comnances recommenuing me continuance oi Ind., dealersKy., fnfltelnway A Hon.", Decker KrM.', JM-Administrator of J. U. Hays. BcHOOf. riooK at HcIlobttitnJStnn,. newspaper by Tuesday afternoon and held ing Into thl Hall tho pleaaint duty of the office of Grand Lecturer, Upon mo Maine', J.AC. Flacker, Vesa A ItW, Baldwin A. Co.'a OotU, Upright and Bquirs rtano fortes; oflering to you on behalf of Lodge No. ISO Ammunition of all kind at Mcllobert them till the neit day. tion the report was laid) upon the table, alM lb FMtj, Hhonlrtf and Hamilton Ortans. to at and the cilitena of Stanford the freedom AHta;'. raised by Judge Instruments avidsir prices snd terms yon suit onr and upon a point of order (ret Don't Come and ace the blggeat and cheapest jour orders till Nick stock of titrthdaj cards at Penny and hoapllallty of our little city under the Holt, the Chair.dcided that tbe motion prices snd terms. line of Cooking and Heating Stoves ever McAllater's. whom the peohill. I ee before me men carried with it tbe majority report. at brought to Stanford. Bright A Curran. Colt's Double ple hare honored; truated ilewarda, who s reported some Committee on A SUgg's. Valuable Farm in Lincoln Co. Hi Br Convinced That here in Stanford, hare lead ill In affair of Slate I ee men of subordinate Lodges. mixed paint at changes in read Standard As Trustee) of Elisabeth Halt snd others, and In A Blagg's. at D. Klaaa' itore you can buy good a at ll prominent In erery profeaalon and calling Finance Committee offered s report to pursuance of a lodgment rendered br thsMadlson Hog Cholera Care. Penny cheeper than you can In Louisville or in life. Forwhatpurpoto areyouaaacmbled? sctlon change the law devoting 10 per cent, of all Jos. Haas - Circuit Court. 1MJ, In lbAe, vs of Elisabeth Hall Dcnlrnlilo Itcflhlciico In h'laii- and Thomas 1. Collins, Miry Moor, Ac, A MoAllster sols sgents. Hare you met for aelflah purpoaea? To Cincinnati, the receipts to tbe widows' and orphans' ths undersigned will on ford. 'row Wc can sell you a (tun nT wnr further the Inlereat of any itngleman or fund, tearing It to the lodge after the fond Don't Fail to Ylalt Klaaa' atore during act of men? Not you are the choeen I will Oder at public taction to th highest bid WEDNESDAY, XOV. 7,1880, $4 to $75. McKoberts A BUgg. reached $3,000 to fix it at 5 percent, and der, on th premlss,.on and buy your Fall and Band new tock of every thlBg is the" Circuit CourtHe will eell them lower Winwho aro to compote the lawOlhr st public suction to tbe highest bidder, on making it discretionary with the lodger than Penny A McAUster's. ter 'good. Jewelry MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1883, tbe premises, a boat the hoar of if a, ., a tract making and adriaalory body for thl Slate whether they shsll jlonate anything after of land containing 11.1 Acres, 1 Raofl, 3S) Clocks and Jewelry repaired the loweat. Watch, rjtld tract oflsnd Is sltuata In Lincoln (Gounlv Oonrt dsvl between thtkhoursof II A. It of an order that knowa no party, aect or it reaches $5,000. and warranto! br Pennr A McAlister. In Dwelling Iltusa and Lot altnata county, Ky.,bout hair way retween Stanferd and snd 1 r. at., th The call made by the Stanford lady amelioration Is convenient tarnplkt On motion it was ordered that the decis- on th Northeast corner of Main and Hill streets, Danville, and Houth Danville toDepot, baa aand to coughs, cold. Ac, use Ceapoand our lut laaue for contribution of $1 each creed, whoae chief aim la the For comin tho town or huomn, ana now occupies oy Brlartown or ion locating the meeting of the Grand CspU W. F. McKlnnsy. Th Lot front 65 feet on fortable dwelling bouse snd all necenary ImproveByrap While Pine. Put up In 25o sad Wp from those of Brother Barne' friend and of the condition of mankind. Noble obment on It. It la ths sams land, which la row Main street. Immediately oppoul to. th Francis Homen! elw 10c. Mcllobert A jectgrand Trial botllss. Lodge, be referred to tbe Sovereign Grand tel, and extends back thst width about S0 first. and has been for aeveral years occupied by David converts who feel intereated In baring Blagg, deem my tuk one of honor. A I look Moore. Terras: Sale will be msda on a credit of Ths Improvements consist of Urn Lodge for its approval. mnt to bins the Goapel Tent, I meet fairly Into the face of audi a frame dwelling si 7 rooms, s food well, cotl houss six snd twelvemonths; the purchaser will be re- nHSBMAL Twenty dollars was appropriated for tbe snd a new stabls. with stall rooms for si horse. quired to give bend with approved seenrltr for the Ing with ready reaponie. Recollect that cash; remainder In three payment oi me purcas money, 10 nave we fcjrca Intellgent body of men engaged In auth a Taaxs: expenses of Qrand Chaplain, J, M. Lewis. equal lostallments.wlth Interest fiom and effect of a ludnnant. bearine ImsI Interest KldekW.T. Cork", of JIarrodiburg, the money la to be forwarded to the editor work and I will y here confidentially, of thanks were roted to Geo. date. l'DM'ston can bs liven at any tlms after from day of sale, with lieu retained until all the Resolutions la here. of thta paper, who will take pleasure in purchase money Is paid. The nronertr la now 10 daya from sale. Title rood. For further Inthere baa been a great deal of farorable 8. Moore, Chief or Degree Bull, for the ex formation, apply to me or w. II. Hlggine, Stan- rented until January 1st, 1111, at which tlms po- see!ng that It I properly" applied. Mn. and Mm J. M. Phimw return, eeaion will De given to me purtniwr. peraonal appear ford. Ky. comment made upon your J. U'. cellency of his work. C. Ml. AtttHCK, Trumtee. Ezecutorot AlfrrdAlmrn's will. d ed from Klchmood, V l yesterday. Court. Tuesday's session wan ance rlnce yon bare been in our mluat. Circuit Committee on Demises reported a Owen, No. 8511. D. Barker. Mb. M.UWAKBMttDand wife No wonder our people hare thrown wide orer by 10 o'clock, the principal cases act tribute to the memory of Dr. W. U. Aiken. Ark, No. to lllooralnglon, III, yeaterday. to take you for the day hating pardon filed in them. open the door of their home Centurian, No. 100-- W. G. Frank and Geddard, who died tinea tbe lut mestiog. Mb.ANDMh9 AnNER CHENAOLT.wbo of them, two for murder, a welcome gutat to their tirealdea. Ho O. P. Billlter. A motion was adopted allowing the in itcently removed to FortBcott, Kansas, are There were fire one for (hooting a man, assault and carry- wonder our city hu come out in her holicoming Grand Mater to permit lodges to Crab Orchard, No. 108 -- J. D. Psltus. back oa a tWI. to greet and do honor to audi a " consolidate and change time of mooting. Lorelscerille, No. 100 -- J. T. Murphy. jfns. Geo. lf.McKiNNrr and Mta. ing concealed weapon. Thua doea Black- day attire and body of phlUnthropIate, protector Tbe installation of officers wm made yes Rushing, No. 112 -- John F. Wright. returnd from a burn' Infernal work lire after him. Alex. A. A. MoKlnney hate Mulllna unfortunately didn't hare a par- guardian of tLe widow and orphan, terday, when (be Put Grand Muter Ren McBrsyer, No. 118-J- as. P. Coleman. visit to the Exposition. diatreaacd and needy. The of iecxe delivered an address and a resolution --Mimm Panthca and Annic Mc- - don and be waa tent to Jail for 10 daya and friend the icnt you a year ago to hold Moreland, No. 121 Alomo Morrow Inrltallon we of thanks to him wu adopted. Harmony, No. 125-- C. II. Relbs. Willie Cm!, fined $25 for carrying concealed weapona, KlNNEr, escorted br Muter meeting here, may hare The thirteen cue for keeping a tlpllng your next annual The Grand Muter appointed the followNsoml, No. 129 Charles E. Duncan and went Id Louisville, yesterday. -- Dealer In- house agalnat Wallace Steele, were demur- been a piece of proumptlou on our part N. II. Quant. iog officers who were also installed: A.G. W. Jamw, Agent of the Mb. Fbbd you may now regret your action. But Brothers, No. 132 George Brown and Reid, Grand Marshal; Julius Spires, F. the (hand red out under a new decision of the Supe- and Cincinnati Volhfmmd, atleaded rior Court, and the cue agalnat the Cin- we lored the tenet of our order; we lored Joseph A. Wilhlte. Bush, G.C.; J. B. ninkle, G.M.; C. G. Reib, Lodee and honored ue with a call. cinnati Southern and L. A N , air In all, her brotherhood who were laboring thro'-oPortland, No. 138 John Fowler. G. II; J. M. Lewis, G. a prominent Perry Title J. B. Guthrie, Ihi Jurisdiction, earnestly and disinfor running at an unuaual rate of speed by numboldt,No.l41 Fred J. 9choen, E. The Grand Master appointed the followmerchant and reporter for the Danyllle a crowing without signals, alao went out terestedly for our race. II. Kurkamp, John Reahl, Lonis Semm ing committees for the year: JJnxtlt renrtttnted Ilia LoJgfl at the on demurer. And we dealrtd in a homely, free man Jr., and John Biaes. Committee on Appeals Willlsm Rene-Ickocculon to pay Grand Meeting, and took Wednesday the trial of Tommy Ball for ner to entertain you during yourseaaion for Germania, No. 1 13 Lonis O. Phillips. W. H. Holt, Dr. John T. Phlster, F. us a pleasant call. glrlng liquor to minor occupied a consid- 1S&J. Though we knew wo could not en Csrnsrille, No. 145-- S. F. Davis. F. W. Quut, Jos. T. Willis, George 8. UWDrnwooD, Uenerai Got. JoiinC. erable portion of the day, and reaulled in tertain you a royally a rou might hare Wm. Tell, No. 140- -F. W. Jsnsen, Moore, A. 11. Ransom, Manager oflhe.VoM Journal, Cincinnati, a fine of $50. In aalrhllar case agalnat been at ome other point, wo wcro deter B. Fuchs.T. J. Wenderott, Wm. Stsff Committee on By Laws R. Frank Harand Supreme lleprcstntallve to the Grand hlui he confessed a like fine and then went mined that audi as we had we would cheer and J. J. Hetsch. rison, J. C. Hartsough, E. B. Lewis, D. T. wae here thli week. He wu greyLodge, to Jail to aerie It out at $2 a day, the Jury fully glre unto you. We thought our ob Moiart, No. 149 aW. F.Dusch, E. Buckner, R. U. Elliott, J. M. Daniels, Jno. ly elated orr the democratlo ancceu In supposing that of course he would pay, scure yet persistent struggle for a number Hsbleib and Lewis Davos. S. Gaunt. and Justly proud of the aid hie Ohio, falling to My if not paid or rrpleried, It of year to maintain and keep alire the Venus, No. 152 J. A. Coney. Committee on Credentials Carroll S. Rave to that end. - principles that are dear to the heart of erery (bould be worked out at 1 per day. AnStanford, No. 150 E. W. Brown and Tandy, E. W. Brown, James Kelt, J. E. other cf Blackburn's pardon showed up trutOdd Fellow and I might add erery good I. M. Bruco. LOCAL MATTERS. Carson, John Curry, R. H. Moody, H. D. Lcititen, located a we are in ono of the three Golden Rule, No. Barker. at Klaaa' for 0 cent per when the case of James Carson wai called BnowH Ootton of Kentucky, we deserred for carrying concealed weapon. Sam Mor orlginsl counties r. yard Committee on Correspondence II. D. ris did not put io an appearance, but a recognition at your hands. We wanted Walton, No. 183-- R. A . Edwards. Allen, George Zjller, R. n. Thompson, R. town atT. It. Wab Cheapest pump in Judgment of 10 days In jail and a fine of the prestige of your presence, the words Granger, No. 180-- R. O. Willis. Walker, R. M. Anderson. . Ion's. Adams, No. If -F. M. Pope. JJ5 were aaieascd agalnat him for carrying and comments of the light of our order in On motion of J. P. Phlster, the follow Cano Mills, Saw Wanted! -- I r lh Potaloe. Bright concealed weapon. The bond of Green tbe 8tate to assist us In placing before the Ingleslde, No. 195- -J. M. Bigger. ing resolution wu adopted Curran. U IT Ca B, Skldmore for malicious cutting amounting community the beauties and grandnem of Rising Star, No. 202 -- A. J. Johnson. Raolved. That the thanks of this Grand Ledge are herehy tendered to the brothers I n - . alI Uudg Lard Cans, meat cuttera, Ac , at W. H. to $150 wai declared forfeited. The mur- Odd Fellowship, that we might build up a Anchor, No. 203-- 11. E. Jenkins. a- ?arB1iI1K implement's andiAerlcuHural St. Luke, No. 204 J. S. Cannon. der cam agalnat Jarae Mullina and James larger and more enthusiastic lodge here. , of Stanford Lodge, No. 16C, and to the cit WwIbV. clilncry. Keep on bauds (ho tHrgest Stock of sticli goods (e be of the Odd Again allow me on behalf While whs continued again for the dozenth Falls City, No. 203 -J- os. Kell and Jos izens of Stanford, for the fraternal and II raw JrAs at Klaaa' atore atSOctnt prices (bat will compare round In CcHtral Kentucky, and time. The Grand Jury indicted Dudley Fellows and cititena of Stanford to extend Dauren. hospitable manner in which they have yard. per any dealer anywhere. favorably witk Iboae to you a hearty welcome,such a welcome as Vsugbt for murder and the Judge et next Emanuel, No. 213- -J. M. Walker and entertained the Representative and Grand Fink Virginia Smoking Tobacco at 8. Monday for bis trial. Pierce, who shot only one Rentucklan knows how to extend J. C. Hartiough. Lodge, and that this resolution he entered to another. We extend our welcome thus 8, Myers. George Ball will be tried on Tuesday, Doric, No. 221 W. F. necker. upon the record, and the Grsnd Secretary Yesterday' proceedings were entirely cordially, not only because we deem you David, No. 222-- R. L. Harris. 'Nice lot ctkea and crackera at T. R. be instructed to forward certified copies to without interest, the Court only remaining Indiridually to be gentlemen, but because Enterprise, No. 223 Dsniel Williams. NValton'. Stanford Lodge and tho citizens of Stanyou are the accredited representatives of in reulon a short time. Frank. Coalter, No.229-l'on- rad ford. made at W. THRbeetlsver cutling-bo- r an order founded on grand and Godlike Monterey, No. 235-- C. M.T.IIiter. And the basinets having been completed MARRIAGES. 1U Higgle.'. principle. Stella, No. 213 B. M.Thompson. the Lodge was closed in the nsual form to Mr. J. M. Padgett and Mia Malinda Yotf find at Kla' good bleached cotton I hope your meeting, will be pleasant Ampion No. 248- -J. J.Pluokett. open in Louisville next year. Padgett were married yeeterday at Doctor and harmoniou and that tbe work you a) cant per yard. NOTES. Ionic, No. 250 Asher G. Caruth. J. Padgett's, the bride' father. do may reflect honor upon yourselves and The Psris delegation.headed by'Tolk" Lincoln, No. 252 J. 1L Emmons. I HAVE 200,000 good brick for aale. Hen daughter upon the order ycu represent. Tho pretty Forsythe, waa a jolly one. Patriot, No. 253 James W. Young. ry liaBghmaa, Stanford. of Mr. S, U Ware, Mia lloaa F. waa mar On behalf of the representatives Grand .Digger's rotund figure,was Idonia, No. 254- -S. A. Vial. of Canned Muter Wm. Reinecke, of Louisville, renoticeable among the dele narticalarl Jflr let I? ur.n.u. Good, cheapjr than rled yeaterday to Mr. George D. Boone. Tracy, No. 255 -- C. P. Mitchell. .1. .i w sponded as follows: Will- gates. Franklin Grore, No. 20-Je- rry REUBIOUS. w atives and Brethren or iamson. Not a single man during the whole A uuuje atock of clothing, b ooU and The General Contention of the Chris- Stanford Lodoe, No. 150: We accept session was the least under the influerco of Victor, No. 200- -J. W. Yelter. at EdmUton A Owaley. . ajioea, tian church is in session at Cincinnati. this munificent welcome; your noble hospiErenlng Star, No. 272-- G. H. Thurman. liquor, Tbs Methodists of Indisna hare tality, a individuals, for we would be A finer looking body of men could not But the Gale Chilled Plow the bet R. F. Braw- Stoney Creek, No. 275-- W. agreed to raise the amount sufficient to overwhelmed by such s reception; but and'cheapeat-- of T. I have been gotten together, nor a mure genner. donation of in our character as the representatives of procure Mr. W. C DeP-utlemanly one. Lytle. Fairriew, No. 276-We bare a larg atock of cuttom made $1,000,000 to Asbury College. Tbe name an Order which deserves the admiration of A number of the delegates subscribed The Grand Muter announced the comboot, erery pair of which we guarantee. of the unirendty will be changed to erery generous mind; an Order which is mittees as follows: tor the Interior Journal and every one Edmleion A Owt!r. justly entitled to be called the greatest Hartsough, F. W. Jan- - ordered copies to be sent. By Laws- -J. It la reported that Rererend Qodbey, benevolent institution tho world ever saw, That Klsaa will aell you i WoNDEBrcr.. Our report is not as lull as -- e bad sen, W. U. iMugberty, a. irancn, rrea jullt lining at cents per yard and best the alarmist, ha been holding an awaken- in any sge, under any sky, among any E. Krelpe. wished, but Grand Secretary White writes ing In Madison county, and one of his con people. eoUonJa,tling at 1Q cent per pound. Grievances A. J. Reed, S. R. Powell, such a poor hand be could not read it rerta, a young lady, through hollnea fren We hare a membership of more than Richard Miller. IIemkmbbb we make a specialty of goods zy became godly and ha since died from half a million men enrolled under our ban Nearly all the representatlyes got off Correspondence A. H. Ransom, J. A. lu quantity and can guarantee you lower excitement. Central Courier. ner, the bone and sinew of this great coun- Whllhlte, John Reiser. yesterday afternoon. They all expressed Bright A Cuaran. price than any one. The committee on tbe State of the try; with an annual revenue of $5,000,000; Subordinate Lodge J. O. Underwood, themselves pleased with their reception A-rain, accompanied by lightning Church reported to the General Conrention the Older spends annually exceeding W.W. Morns T.J. Atkins, R. Q. Elliott, here. and tbiwder, fell Wednesday night, and in Philadelphia that there are now in the in relieving tbe distresses of the James B. Guthrie. Mr. B. E. Hall, of Montgomery, a Protestant Episcopal Church in the United tick, tbe widow and the fatherless. And yesterday it klew off as cold a Christmas, Lincolnite, was with the beys and was Finance Henry Wolford, J, F. BarStates 43 dioceee, 16 minlonsry jurisdic- with more than $100,000,000 laid down by gratified to see how greatly Stanford had bour, R. M. Anderson. It is True that D. Klasa will sell you a tions, 07 Bishop, 2,500 clergymen, 3,000 the members of the Order upon the altars Appels-- W. H. Holt, J. P. Phlster, J. improved. Ten Dollar tult ef clothe for Sereq organised parishes and more than 353,000 years, we S. Wilson, Henry D. Allen, J. L. Smyier, of Odd Fellowship in sixty-fou- r Judge Durham was a leading llgtit, and a Sereo Dollar suit for Fire Do- communicant. The report referred to the mar well claim that on account of the ex R.H. Thompson, J. S. Gaant. and it shone for the benefit ot every body. llar. inadequate number of candidate for holy Istence of this great Order the world is fsr Bute of the Order M. J. Durham, John Ue seemed to know all the delegates, even Hayino secured the aerricea of Charles order. The Conrention will adjourn tbi hsppler and better than it would be with- B. Hlnkle, D. L. Cunningham, J. L. Salts-bur- by tbelr given names. Kelley, I am piepared to do all kind cf erenlng. out it. Col. Hi Wolford, of Boone Lodge, Ho. George Zeller. Dirine authority tells u that charity is fine work in the hoemaker'a line. A. T, DMTHS Unfinished Business R. F. Harrison, 1, Louisville, carries with pride an elewhoso- commandment, and Nunnelley. cane presented to blm IUQ. Hamilton died in Garrard on thsendofthe A. M. Rogers, M. H. Gaunt, J. F. Cased!, gant er fulfills It has fulfilled the law; and L. Phillips. & Ramsey haro taken the conthis year by his Lodge on Ids fiftieth anniconsumption, aged 51 year. the 23d, of Farms belong the benetherefore those to whom Mr, T. R. J. Ayers, formerly of thU Demises G. W. Morris, Robert Sknene, versary as a member of that Lodge, tract from D. Sulliran to grade the new dictions or tbe widow and orphan may not atreet and haro employed hint to superin- section, and the gentleman with whom Uriah Hlnkle, T. J. Cassell, Geo. Brown. be unworthy of such a royal greeting. And BucKltn's Arnica Salte. Petitions and Credentials F. W. Quut, Capt. Thomas Richards learned the watchtend the work. so we thankfully accept this generous wel Ths irestest mcJIeat wonder of the worM. Warmaking and Jewelry business, died at Keo W.F.IIecker, II. E. Jenkins, E R. ranted to speedily curs Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Ulcome of your cilitena as a token that withIt Can't be Denied that D. Klsra hat Isat week. The Dailj Curufiru-(soE. W. Brown. cers, Salt Ubeum, Ferer Sores, Cancers, Dies, just rccetred a second lnrolce of the largest kuk, Iowa, of sect or creed they sre out distinction of hia town, pays a high tributo to hi The annual report of the Grand Master Chlltilalpe, Corns, Tstter, Chapped Hands and all cheapest stock of goods erer openbest and united with us for the furtherance of tbe every Inwas read by Him and being printed was akin eruptions, guaranteed to cure In memory, which all whoknsur him will ened In any town In Central Kentucky. great aim of our fraternity; for stance, or money rerundtd.A posture cur lor dorse, distributed to the members. It showed the Jllcs. 25c per box. For sale ty ' l'enny & Mo- In rsivu sud uorc tbs world may disagree, Monday afternpon at 0 o'clock, Mr. J. Order in a most prosperous and growing Allaler. Past Grand Master W. W, Morris deBut all mauktod'a cancer n la ciuarrr. of 1 1 weeks of llrered a fine lecture on "Odd Fellowship" J. Moberly, after an illness The following delegates were then en- state. The report of the Secretary was slso A Run' on a Drug Store. resd, at the Opera House last night, which we re- malarial ierer, died at hi home In the rolled : Never was such a rush made for any Prug Slore Boone No. 1 R. H. Thompson, 11. locating tbe aa Is now st l'enny & McAUsUr's lor a trial bottl space at this late country, aged 02 years. He was a member gret that we hare not Tbe question of permanently Wolford, W. McCready and J. KHer. of the Presbyterian Church and hia neigh Grand Lodge resulted in the selection of of Dr. King's New Disco my for Consumption, hour to notice mora fully. Cuugbs and Colds. All persons affected with AsthM. Edwards, Louisville by a rote of 09 to 20. LexingChosen Friends, No. W. bors bear testimony that a clererer, more ma. Bronchitis. Uoarsencss, Sever Cough or any The Superior Court ha affirmed the de- honest, or more christian man has nerer W. II. Cornell, F. W. Quut and D, E ton, Maysrille and other points contended affliction of th Throat and Lungs, can gat trial cision of th Lincoln Circuit Court In the lired. Fully prepired for death, the sum- Constance. for the honor. liottl of this grest remedy nt, by celling at the oat of the Louhrlllo A Nuhrille Rail- mons found hlai ready and waiting and Washington, No.3-- K. B, Lewis and A. The election of officers resulted as fol- above Prug Store. Regular else, road Company agalnat the Commonwealth. hit lut words wtie of tbe sweetest con- J, Francis. lows: Tbe Company was Indicted for obstruct- solation to his family, lis seemed to B. Hlnkle, J. R. Lorralqe, No. Grand Master, J. F. Grant; Deputy imV ADYKKTt8KXKaT!l. s here and fined $100. hare a preseatuient that he would die st 0 Duprey, B. B. Ely and Wm. Eisler. ing the Grand Matter, D. L. Cook; Grand Warden, Capitol, No. 0- -E. Whiteside, U. A. D, O, Cunningham; Grand Secretary, Wm. The local Lodge of Odd Fellow bu o'clock, for he said during the day that White; Grand Treasurer, O. W, Morris; House dose all ia it power during tbe stay of the when the hands of tbs clock got straight Nelson and Caesar Bhublnski, Grand Representative, W. W, Morris. Franklin, No. 7- -T. T. Pollard. visiting brethren to make them hare a up and down he would leare this world of Nominations for officers to be eltcted at DeKalb, No. 12- -0. M. J. Cochran, J. J. plauaat and profitable lime. Tuesday sickness snd sorrow, A wife sod sleren city bedecked with flags In- children mourn his lots, which to them Salsbury, A. M. Rogers, Byron Rudy and the next annual meeting were then made: they had the Seeled proposals will be rectft red by ths Direct Grand Master. J. M. Bigger, D. L. Cook ors of tbe Stanford Opera Uoute tlUNoveiti. numerable and at night Main street was will be greet, though be leare them well John Ilieser. 13- -F. beE, Krelpke. M, Lewi, T. W. .. .n VMfiV turn I. Hnt al ft., nfl. W... with Stranger, No. Grand Deputy Master, J. beautifully illuminated, rewinding one of prorlded for in this world's goods, for privilege of a term ef yeara If mutually agreed Madison, No. 14-- A. J. Reed. Reld, K.B. Lewis, P. L. Cunningham; the upon. Voods with spprared security will be rethe svo(sd illumination in honor of the sides a good farm and Ita equipments, he reject the lease. Ths family 187(1. Howard, No. 15 J, II. Dunn, Grand Warden, John L. Gaunt, A. M. quired of rteerved. Direct right to to the any or had a life insurance of $ 1,000. The ttaUen or Tildes and Heedrlcks In letters Board, all bids ohn Morning Star, No. Is". J. P. Olds. Coekran, K. M, Anderson, . 11. Klrkbam, caieef not worn such a holiday bit been peculiarly afilicted this year, ere.The town bu bunfurd, Ky. 1V3.II Hermon, No. 17 Fred Frisobs, Fred II. E. Jseklns, J. T. WlUen. Gsorgs Zsllsr, garb slaee then, nor bare our people felt so ry one of tbeu baring been down with the Grsnd Secretary, William White, L. X. geod, Tbe Valley Cornet Sand added ferer, which ie said to bare been csused by Flige, Joe Gross aiid Jos. Frsnkel. Montgomery, No. IS -J- ames Tv Wilson. Hawthorn; Grand Tieasurer, G.W.Morof lbs sesse and using tbs wtter of a foul well. Tbs hartuosy to the beauty Noah's Dove, No. 20 Thomas M, Hew- - ris; Grand Kspfssentatlrs, John O, were taksa to Madison for istriBest anl bll)fl asesaUoa wound up ittos, A. O, BrsUh and Alsx. Moore. Tuesday aftsrnoen, fan. tbi kl lRttnirnl Bur Paints of Penny A MoAllMer. , 0. 0, F. Pt ' llreech-lnadln- g re-ta- repre-entati- Jlnt I Bourbon, No, 23- -J, M. Daniels, A. T. Forsythe and Wm. Remnlngton, Kenton, No. obt. Walters, Georgo Coke, C. C. Rensford, Kd. Geinger, A. II. Ransom. Aur, No. 25 Cha. F, Carpenter, Jacob L. Smyscr. Ringold,No.27-Jo- hn P. Phlater,S. R. Rowell and J. Fostsr Barbour. Home, No. 29 John B. Rock and Kufus I. Putnsm, Fleming, No. 20-- H. O. Hsmmer. Merrick, No. 31- -T. J. Oassell, G. W. Walnscottand A. J. Campbell. Watson, No. 32-- K. R. Hall and W. H. Holt. McKee, No. 35- -L. H. Parrlsh. Humane, No. 37 H. D. Allen. O. Daugherty. i1'xllan, No. 61-- W. Boyle, No. SO- -J. B. Guthrie. Schiller, No. CO -- Fred Kochensperger, George Dehler, Ph. Leonhard and Richard Miller. Browinskl, No. 01 R. F. Harrison and J, S. Gaunt. Glasgow, No. 05 T.T. Reynolds. Wolford, No. 08-- R. J. Perry and J. M. Chambers. Highland, No. 71 George Zeller. Corrlnthtan, No. 74 E. M. Stone and II. R. Mitchell. North Star, No. 76 W. T. Hstlewood, L. R. Hawthorn and Thorau James. Trimble, No. 77 J. P. Gilliam. Louisville, No. 81 Rudolph Hartman, Jacob Mohr, Wm, Kreppenatanel, D. l. Steorel, Auton Geelstpuf and Joseph 21-R81-Re- JOS. 1 I3VI3KANEf Notice ! j, J. ROBIXSOX rOTJIHVIXjK. 191-3- ,,7vjfce:r Administrator's Notice! J. II. ISHlflwiii Co., lt .) TItUSTEE'S SALE by-la- Public Sale loIr. two-sto- ATA-Olt.X- 191-t- 191-- td 80-H- enry GEO. D. WEAP.EN. Stanford Kentucky, ut a c, Hay, Grain, Seeds, Wool, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, FarmlWag. Corn Planters. Reapers. Mills Engines, Feed Cutters, of ra-p- Harrows, Sulky';Plows,;;Cultivators, Grain Drills, Corn Drills, Threshing Machines, IVIoOTcrs, 3- Horso - ef at ' ' t GROCERIES! PROVISIONS, eighteen-year-ol- d Rn-REsr- a Vn. w' W.T. a j. Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tin ware, &c, for-m- er JJol-lar- s, AT LOWEST PRICES AT--r y, gold-heade- d a Che-nau- lt, T. R. WALTON'S. 2-- Jobn 10-J- fits-wo- rk My stock of the above goods is now very comprehensive and my prices for them EXCEEDINGLY For Rent! Opera Low. Yon are standing! in your own iig;ht if yon do not buy of me. I mean every word of this, as yon Hly. will see by calling at the Postoffice WniThitOirf Sasla wSS'SjiVtf store. Country Produce wanted, 1 u Skmi-Slttii- lf m tfvct mo, ana wan walKing on ratner T f HAITI. anxiously when Istumblcd over tho form W8, dog my ctUt flsy, sSrwnfeeV el a man, who was lying half in and half v"" TonmnttUntnTcMtwl Out of tho covered entrance of a wretched latl flood your lover lent court. For a fow yard I walked, too And Ugh! a fmh dfir. Friday Menitny, October 20, 1883 Dan i Ml nit I In tbU wealhet t anch absorbed in my own troubles to Ton hoofed It all the way t think of anything olso ; but then, tlmnk Well, illco myllrerlcnRthirlMt Nl'KKH HV TH I J.V.w. God I thought of tho unfortunate man to pay r, Why, atranger, what's Tlrt new heavy prwstnger engiB lying in tho rnin, and, as a doctor, felt, " rtnnUn' yer lf,S roo tell met which tlie New 'York Cenlral ami moro strongly perhaps than othorwiso Well, now dog gone "y !f Hudson' river people propose (o build should, that it was my duty to go back Mm thong ht ) im drd m4 karMj I And then UetoweJ fcersss"' toJmul peweacr trains it is and assist him if possible There was a 1 Ppon soother fellow I p will pull tweleo or fourteen cars In tho entrance to tho court, Jut pot It here, old para I and by it was enabled to boo that the fifty.MiJea per hour with cue, nnd sixty Borne fellows strikes the toft tfclafe. '' Dut you bare fail It WL prostrato flguro was that of a singularly miles W desirable. As the New York tall and po erf lt " tin right onto your reelln'e man ; nnd on a Central leads of! in tho matter, it I know bow It would U closer inspection I was surprised to find means that tho other trunk Hues "ill If toy own tbrub elorped oree that his dress was that of a gentleman. And got aay rrom rna. build corresponding heavy and high At onco thought ho had been robbed Say, itrtnftr, that old sags he 4 sliced CDRiacs, ami that in tho near That's eoolln' thar InaMe and perhaps murdered; bnt, taking his Ii warranted the Anwt wool, hand to foil Ills pnlso, I saw that ho had ioturo fifty miles per hour will bo the And Joel icjnare yard wide. a remarkably handtomo diamond ring basis of time schedules on tho trunk "I wouldn't hnrt yer, penloer, ' on his finger, and tho beating of his lines. In this connection some par. But I toll ytm no rasa 1 pnlso, though very faint, Bhowed me WesetsrttarKklesram I 4 ticulars given in tho address of PresiL that ho was not death With till old pelican. dent Westmacott, of tho British In It's goln' on eome two ' f Thon thought, with something of Sinn ibo wu i Ined Id roe f 4 stitution of Meehaaical Engineers, at contempt, that I had a caso of mere Sbe wu a wldder prior, its recent meeting , may prove interdrunkenness to deal with ; bnt yet, on IIr name wu Sophy Lor careful examination, I could detect no esting. Mr. Weetm&cott, in dwell"OoodOadl 01.1 man, viol's fcefpeoe&t fumo o( spirits, and tho faint action of HsrJ HhsJ Is that the one! ing upon tho gradual incrcaso of speed That's nerf Yoar etfe, yew tell met. his heart at length convinced mo that on railroads, staled that in 1825 Oco. Nowreacfi down for your gun, tho man was in a comploto state of exStephenson was ridiculed for mainI Dim Injured no rain, haustion, probably from want of food. And no nun mo, but equaled, taining that trains would bo drawn by And any on who taken hat With considerable labor, in my weak ' locomotives at twelve miles an hour, Meetuott wellhetledl condition, I managod half lifting, half but the Rocket herself attained a rjteal Surely. Certainly dragging liim to convoy him into tho t'fl let yon look at her. miles an hour speed of twenty-si- ne sovered passage, and dotcrmined to Btny reek throngh the door, olio's lo Ih&rJ but a few years later, and long afterwith him until somo passor-b-y would asla that your funuWt Bpeak,iuant Quick I Tou're mtrUleaC sist mo, had not waitod long when a ward ran four miles in four and a half TonrooornU Xol Touril ' y woman walking past, looked minutes. "In the year 1834 tho aver My wUo, your wife, tho um osat into tho passago and came over to see TbamanwhOMyiMlltal age speed of trains was, on tho Liverwhat was tho matter. Sho looked keenMDont atlnd what I uy,pattort " pool to Manchester railway, twenty I': ly at mo and at my unconscious patient, Vm not anKlt on tho g ih, miTes an'hour. In 1838 it waJ.twea-ty-fi- vo Bat SMi tsteg coma dam oa bm . and I noticed her oyo gloom as sho LUt f onri upon a Caah. miles an hour. In 18 10 tlicro caught sight of a mosaivo gold chain on If that'i your wtfa were engines on the Great Western Lis vest .Xht botUS. XKoVor seal BhoU think ma dod aa yon went capable of running fifty milca railway Iaakodhor to go at onco and fotoh Uyplpo. Thar. 1011130111 assistance, but sho immediately replied an hour with a train and eighty miles mo ioara .that need not troublo myself any fur 2nt Wtoll tic; t a mrant. an hour without. - In 1841 wo find So; know him woll; ho'q Roonoy, ther. ranged on tho sido of cauKo,rio: not IhalweHbar, . Stephen : .. .. .. . that owns tho public house close by ; 1,'li jaaitouneruiitl cried. ; o and suggesting that forty miles. tion, got him homo all right." It don't rain crach. Kow, parfl an hour should-be.thhighest regular Bo to h what Pre boon," - -At first her atsuranco almost imposed (ha God tlut htlra ycro, Or, by "$ speed of trains. It is a remarkable tjpon me, but when I looked nt tho pale, Taa.11 tea mo back again I" fact that the highest speed at which aristocratic fnco that I supported on my kneo I felt com inced that she had in- locomotives run in ordinary practice rvented Uie story with a view to plunder scarcely teems to havo been raised du wamh. ing tho helpless man. I told her Btcrnly ring the last twenly-fi'- vo years, whilo hail boon six years a Eurgoon hi tha that it sho did not go for a policeman on tho other hand, the weight of tho navy, nnd for tho Inst two of those six trains has been doubled. Although joara I had boon craving on.Xhat dread- would do so myselL Bho went off hurriedly as thought, for that purposo tho average runniug timo of express ful gold coast. Perhaps I was not the man in tho eorvico, but bnt camo back no moro ; and now I was trains has in many coses improved, I thought I vas badly treated. The Ad- once moro alono with my strange pathis has been almost entirely duo to miralty and had a slight disagreement, tient, and as tho minutes went by their making fewer stoppages. and the end was that throw cp my know not what to do. Holp, however, was near. noticed commission in disgust. My health wits Milk in the Cocoar.vt a poor girl sho did not look moro than The l''ji Timet in a recent article much broken, and xrhilo I was recruit16 walking slowly on tho other sido calls attention to the immense utility ing my strength in alittlo Devon village, of tho street ; called to her, and after I did tho f tho ccconnut as fucd rations, and regretted one thing which ahavo neves a moment's hesitation she enmo over. I fell In lovo with good girl, the valuable qualities which it has and znarrlod her. had a. certain amount briefly explained to her tho circan nutrition. Tho follow of annncv. which Iinvestvl In muilrt stancos, and asked her, if sho possibly for ing instaoce is given in the case ef a prtico, and forsomo timo oil went weU oould, to got mo a drop of cordial, or tho vessel that onco left San Francisco with ns. But wo wero not to escape oni man would dio. havo only gotfourpenco,"sho said, with four hundred passengers for Svd share of trouble. My health, which bad In a kindly Irish yoito, " and was goand which", in consequence of suffered more coricmoly Jthaa I imagined tier, ing to pay for my bod with that at tho running short of stores, had to put in daring my period of sorvico, broks kitchen in lFulwood's Rente ; but, sure, down; my prnctico went to th dogs; at Samsa, where a large quantity of wo got deeply into dobt, and, to xnako 1 ril get something from tho chemist incocoanuls were obtained. During the longstory short,tlireo years altet our mar- stead, and I'll trust to God for a night's remainder of tho passage very heavy riage, one miserable Sunday in Novem lodging; I'vo slept ont beforo now.' weather was encountered, in which ber found ray wifo and myself, with am And away sho went surely not tho the vessel- - became water-logg- ed, and two little children, ocenpyisg' a singk worst of Good Samaritans. o, Very soon sho returned with tho only reached Sydney after a perilous poor room In Granville ttrooc, ofl nnd I sent her ngain to fetch a street. We had then journey of eighty days, during which Guildford boen in London about elx months, policeman. I forced a littlo between itltrior3ontI IHK thfOCH HP CALArjMkJkJk. 4STAKTOBT). KY. 1 I tl gas-lam- I 1 ally-bui- I M I ' moro monoy in my pocket than had had for many a loeg iky. lint that was not Hie best of it. 1 Tkltdd ray patient who was no other than tho wealthy Itaronct, Sir Charles Frampton evory day. Ho seemed to toko n strong liking for me, sad when ha was woll enough to be moved his friends proposed that I should tako him under my care. Ho was perfectly harmless, and, nftcr residing abroad with ns at a oouplo ol years, ho so far recovered that ho was cnabjod to dispense with my services, and to manago his own affairs. Ho showed "hk gralitudo, howovcr, in a moat princely fashion, settled aa annuity'on poor, Mary Kennedy (sho had previously been liberally rewarded by his friends), and liosght mo the rractico which I still hold. From that day everything has prospered with mo, and am now rich onongh to leave tho work to my eldest bob, and amuse myself in writing somo of tho curious incidents of my life, not tho least strange of which is tho providential occurrence in tho Gray's Inn road. who I win ftaMHanAM CRtlRCH UlRrtTtHII. rRWIWtHSIAl. TRUE II. MarrlsoB, MKTII01iI1T,B()UTH-rt- T. Monday morning and rraysr Meeting srery tho third Thursday night Hitnday Hehnol at A, at, Ker II. P Morrlinn,Ruprlnlendrnt nlihteicrpl llaue", FaTio7rSrTes JL on Heeond and Fourth Kundaya, morning and night, Meeting awry IVnlsMKlay afternoon. Sunday Behool at t 0 a, u. H, K. narrow IJArTlBT -- a in lll-l- m. attaniTT, J A llay J M, AarrontviavM At tAW. MT. ' VKItNuW, KIT riUIIDBTT lU'l'Wh T. W. Temperance Is not signing a pledge or taking a solemn oath that cannot be kept, because of the of the cause liquor. The way to make a man temperate is lo kill the desire for those dreadful artificial stimulants that car ry so many bright intellects to premature graves, and desolation, strife and Into so many non-remov- al Hoperlntrndenl KV, WnnMh hy the ClIUIrlTIAN. day I'roaehlngby coinrrrtfuiion Oot OlEoe In Ovaley HTANFOItll, bnlldlng-- up atalra. Dr i. W. A Hon 'a new oopVenn.1 sad liu Ih lord's data. Suixlaytleheot " at t It Joa nereranee, Huprlnlndtnt. JC. rKYTON, nHKHIIYThBIAN, eKHiTII - Iter. I. B. MrK. nrANKoHK, xr, Mliool I ror, piuinr xnnilayUnion at III. John W. Will practice In the Uaurti or Lincoln and ad. IVayrr Marling oa fmui, noreririrnitf Joining rounllea and Ihe guperlor Oomt and lurl Wnlnoailsy nlghla ol Appeala, Pptctal attention girtn rVcollectlona IU Dfllre on Lancailer ltret A'lTltNI3VM AurroitNw T"". T. W. WAt.UCK . TAMOS. ' W B VAMNON, ATI' JA.AV, ' a'i x.aw, . Fireightning&Tomado IXSUIUXOK! Sovcn Ill-C- ATroitNiay DANVIL1.K, J. ALEX. ANDKHBON, XT , at jlaw, I Will pracllreln Ihsfourtlof lu.jtr aud adjalnlng ' countleaand In the Court of Appals "' nT N And Mailer UonitulavniierlVKkrasileUircuil Court First-OIa- ss Companies, tttanfotd AlKirtltiy Al VlBIt ' XliM'. I families. a true tonic, made in Baltimore, MJ.,ty the IJrown Chemical Company, who arc old drug-chDlTTbRS, ,y. ,W. Vllll.tt'S, Jul,, MT VhKNON, KY Will practice In the Kocseaatla Ouurli, a peclally Offlce In Court-hous- Odlee-tlo- ni (IM) Ithafactl Brown's Iron OPERA HOUSp, NFORD. KT- .-- nrANlOBU, KY. Oac flauth aide Mala mrset, Iwe dsors abars , tka Myera lintel. . Furs Nitrous oilde Uaa admlaliursd wkah ra- )ulrrd. HUltOJION kb rrKurrMAJj, O " JuMTlHT, l'BNNY, DOMESTIC ECOXOMT. Wrto w In cold water half an hour. Jellt. Soak a box of gelatine r' I half-tips- hold-Oea- d7l . fj t I "I o Add ono- fourth pound sugar, and ponr over it thrco pints of boiling water, stirring well. When tho mixture cools a littlo odd a pint of wlno and tho juice of a largolcmdn. 1'our into molds, Mcrrufa. Ono pint of sweet milk, two eggs, 0&6 of sugar, ono of butter, one-ha-lf yeast, flour to mako cup of homo-mad- o a stiff batter ; let stand over night ; baka in rings. FnnscH Oaks. Four tumblcrfuls oi flour, two and a half tumblcrfuls oi white sugnr, ono tumblerful of milk, tumblerful of butter, three eggs, juico of a lemon nnd two tenspoon-- f nl of baking powder. Dnop Oakss. Ono pint flour, half a sugar, hall pound bnttor, qnartcr-poun- d n nutmeg, two eggs, small handful Zouto currants, and a pinch of soda. This makes thirty cakes, which must bo baked ,ina slock oven ten or fifteen table-spoonful tablo-spoonfono-holf and In every particular reliable, will, by removing the (raving appetite of the drunkar J, and ly eating the nerrousneu, wcalcnest, and general ill health result-tu- g from intemperance, do more to promote temperance, in the Uihtcst tense thin any oilier means now Known. I)R W 11, W. P. WALTON, - Proprietor. llITflLU JXllttlnt, SliaofStajpyiOioO. EUht emu ilate aela of Peen-er- y Sealing rapacity, Includlog nllry, Ceo. lteasonabki rates to good attractions. Addrrsa as abort. HTANFOIID, KF.NTL'CKY: OBce orsr Robl. 8. Lylla'a alofe. Ofllee tour M frmn R lolt a H.and 1 Anetthellceae: (IS-lymlnlatered wbsn nseeMary tolr. T. tro-Ji- J. ItO.SLEY, Stanford Female College. hTAXFOHO, KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, ThlaIntltullon will open Ha Thirteenth Feealoa on the 3d Monday In Herdnntor next House Painter & Paper Hanger a It is a well authenticated fact that many medicines, especial ly ' bit tors arc nothing butchcap whiskey vilely concocted lor use in local option countries. Such is not the case with Brown's HTANFORD, XV. "fflCOA'Otf ItOUTJE." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago THK IkohIIitteks. Itisamcdi-c.nc- , a cure for weakness ?nd decay in the nervous, muscular, and digestive or a THOnOUGHENGUtSHCOU'nSE ALLTiiK uru.Ncma Are taught, aa wall as Railway. IJNK:RUNNINII O.V,1' or-pa- ns riilliiian LOUISVILLE Pu.uco TO Cars! of the body, produc-.ii- g ooot! n'cl blood, health .tnd strength. Try one bottle. Trice Si.oo. MUBIO. TUB IiANdUAOKa. DRAW. INO AND l'AINTINO. AND 80 LID TRAINS BrtcutNoTir. raaaengera Iron the In Tuition, prices range rrom f U lo JM In U A N. It, U. arrlrs In LouUtllU regular lvpsitaitntt. Frlmary, U, InUnasdlala In time 10 take Ihe ereulng train of the "soooa HO; I'reparatojy, fid, and Uolfflate, ISO. Koule" and go through U For fall particulars, aa lo lVxrt. Ar.,address MHN. N. V. THIir.llKAHT. I'rlnrlrnl, Jtaafont, Lincoln Co., Ky, TERMS MODERATE. CHICAGO , minutes. d PcsDisa. sultanas, d or chopped currants, one pound broad soaked snet, milk and beaten smooth, quarter-pounHalf-pounhalf-poun- d half-pound (Ireenctstlr, Cranfordgtlllp, BTA11UN3. '' and Chlcngo nltkoHt chaagp. TIME TAUL- llmlly , Irjtlte luily. I CiirxrjnuN's Plum raisins, Wrichts Ihdiah Vegetable Pills I I I I I I I I I "I I mod-tcin- ana 1 ixaa been unabio calcUy on the man's teeth, and, presently. opened his account of my precarious health he camo to nnd to get anything to do. About nyea. I naked 1dm how ho camo ameothj however,- - beforo tho day there. Ho Bald, "Tired and starving." cpoaE of, my only friend in London had And then I askod him whero ho cams held ont a hope of obtaining for mo the from, and he suddenly brightened up, post of private physician to a wealthy and, looking keenly at me fcr amomont, relation. But my friond had boen com- 6aid, "Edinburgh;" but, from tho way pelled suddenly o go abr.oad, and ho said it, I felt convinced no was dethough ha was daily eipeetoiVraek, yet ceiving me, and shortly after askod thrco weeks had now passed, and I bad tho snmo question again, and ho, with goneto his house. In Konsington daj the somo look, said, "Glasgow." after day withoul getting any tidings oi In his weak stato, howovcr, I forbore him. Meanwhilo our little stock ol questioning him further, and, a policemoney was quite exhausted; everything man presently coming up, wo got him, thatebuldbesparodwAS sold or pawned; Into a cab and took him to tho hospital, and on this Bnnday orenlog, with a whero I waited until ho was pntto bed. month's rent duo next dnjr, mj wifo and Beforo I loft I asked tho houso surgeon a at beforo a misorable apology fore to give a shilling to tho poor girl Mary Punctuated Jokes. If brevity is the soul of wit, how ftro, with absolnto want staring na in th Konnody was hor namo. Ha readilydid faee. Wo had'Hotquiteashiabighrft, so and sho went off to Bleep in "Old -- pYbMlhig Journal., liHktf and whoa I lookod at my sleotjiiiff Walter's " lodging-hous- o In Tulwood'n Enter- "It U, without aj:-N- Y. drea ?4 ttpnght of the fnturo, I faJrij Bents. broke ievm in Biter despair. It was !'?? 1 When at last I got homo, I found my WDoyou cxpeet any body to " " then I found what a treasnro had in wifo waiting anxiously for me. How-ovo-r, I tho noblo woman by my sido. Affecting that? Phila. Sunday Mirror. when I told my story sho forgavo Sly you aro pointed ffi a f- - a oheerfnlnosa which sho oonld not foci, tho delay, and in talking over tho strango oho imparted to mo a portion of her own circunistanees of tho night wo forgot aren't you? Bfjurlington Entcrpriso. for tlio timo our own troubled, My wifo Wo- -- tho opportunity U) eayjhat courago, and at length induced mo anxfous to pleasa her, and glad to do insisted that eomothlng- good would theso are real ? 1 ? you fellows pro anything rather than eit powerless to como of tho matter, and at 8 o'clock pound. Gold. go onco more to my friend's house next morning eho roused mo and mado Well, thoy offer us e. Sous sort of It was 10 O'clock, on a cold, drlzzlfnrr mo set off for the hospital. As I was on amusement at best, an 1 our spirits night, when I sot out on my walk. I my way there, my oyo was caught by an Elevated Railway Journal. somehow felt a kind of fictitious bono. advertisement on a boarding: greatly. of country wo fulness, and walked briskly, rcsclntcly If you were one ncitDMD rocaoa bzwabd. A Gentleman of uniounil mind hu escaped Meridcn shutting out tho thought of failure. I would grasp your J- -. stood omo timo at my frlond's door from tho II rrtrote Asylum. Tho abovo Recorder. I dared to ring tho boll thai would reward will l paid to any pcraon finding him f An edltcSrjFia an' his reputation chango my hopes or my fears into and restoring Um to his f rtondJ. Welcome. with such puns. Then followed a description which and, nhen at last tho servant Detroit Free who answered my ring told mo Much ado about 0. exactly tallied with tho appearance of that her master had not yet returned, I fairly mypationt. Everything was now clear Press. to me, and I fairly ran to tho hospital. o A negro woman living near Koun staggorod into a chair in tho hall, Hero, Lowovor, my hopes wero with disappointment, Tho woman, celo's grocery gave.birth f,o a monstros Booing my condition, brought me a littlo dampod, for I found that Policeman Z ity one day last week, in tho shape of brandy, which rovived mo somewhat. hod gone thoro beforo mo and told a half human, half ope. From the but it was somo timo before I felt able, story very different from the truooue waist up It was a perfectly formed ape, to more, and it struck midnight as I which I liavo narrated, and had actually gono tho length of warning tho authoriwkile tho lower extremities wero hu left the door for my long and cheerloa parttoalar. Hender- walk. The rain foil in u steady drizzle, ties against me. Tho solicitor whose Ban in every but, though I was lightly clad, I never address was given in tho advertisement son NbwSj heeded it: by thouchU worn flmirai had been Bent for, and the worthy ' Hs. ' Vtff lew had evideatly determined to my poor vlfe silting alono and watching Doitisio the contluuaoceof the South for me and on. tho, wretched news I wu brazen it ont and secure tho X100. I grn Kipttitton, at Iu!iTi!Ie, Ky, and told him the bringing her.' I walked on, hoedleM saw the AuRUt lit, and conlinulnj: 100 of tho bitter cold and of tho constant whole story. He tkought for a few mod7), the LouUvyi & XuhTille 1UI1-c- j rain, fueling tho numbness of misery in ments, and then sid ; "We must get will ftll Eicurdo TlckeU from any my heart. that girl at once." nl Iti itation to LouUvllla at onu fire for I west myself immediately to the How it happened I do not know, but Tickets will Leon tbe rouad trip. somehow I lost my fwayj and, after wretched den where she had stopped mU cMry dijr, froai U & N. ititloni anj and brought ber hack with me. A very will be itood 15 dan. allowing ample time wandering airolesely for some time, I ever held I found that I wu is a street I did oni short xaasiaaUoa fcefef ike mMeHot la iit tLo Oreilest Kxrwltton VlHl.u l.J. U&.l.l. A u .1 A.UkMMl. AI tlv ltd! vvu- - iI juiow wo dray's Inn rood, m I after settled FoUmmii Z's ease, and aa hoar & wiwdiviu, m wwan vn.j mv afterwa I ward learned. hhh M r:iiauii)iii. was afck to Kilek temv I oould m d time all the provisions ran short, and men, women and children were fed on ly upon cocoanuts, being at last reduced to one per diem fox, each adulj. Notwithstanding tho diet not a life was lost, and not a single caso of sick noes occurred, all tho passengers land ing in a healthy and condition. In 'another instance, two men drifted in a wlialo boat on to Quairs Island, where thoy remained for soven years before they were taken off. They had no food beyond chance flying-fis- h and cocoanuts, and yet when rescued were in excellent condition, and had gained in weight. life ia. candied flour, two ounces peel, "half pound sugar, a littlo spice and pinch of salt ; boil six hours or less, according to siio. MAitLBonouon Pudddto. Quarter of a pound of butter, quarter of a pound of sifted white sugar, four yelks of eggs well beaten; first put the migar in n basin, then odd and stir in tho eggs; UaTor with vanilla and bako lialf an hour in a dish lined with puff pasto. Tlu pudding is greatly improved if some of the mixturo is kept back, and, when all is ready, just warmed through and poured round as a sauco. Asonovr Eaas Wrrn JELtoitb. Boil half a dozen eggs quite hard, shell thorn carefully, then cut tho white with a sharp knife carefully across tho middle of tho egg, and, taking coro not to break it, xemovo it like a caso from tho yelk. Mix the yolk with a little anchovy sauce. Form it again into a ball, and rcplaco it within tho white. Closo tho latter carefully, and when the eggs aro thus place them in a pilo upon a nest of endive, tho points of tho leaves toward the edgo of tho dish, which should be round. Spinach may bo used instead of endive. Leuok Maiuialade. Have ready a quantity of lemons, tako off tho peel in quarters ondremovo the white skin and pips from the pulp; clico tho fruit, cut the peel as thin as posaiblo, but do not remove tho white part; then to every pound of fruit, after it is sliced, add two pints of filtered water; leavo it to steep for twenty-fou- r hours; tio up tho pips and tho skin from tho pulp in muslin, put it with tho fruit and toil slowly for two hours or more until quite tender, Without sugar. Toko out U10 muslin bag, weigh tho fruit, and to cycry pound or pint of boiled fruit add ono and u half pounds of sugar, boil all for two hours, or until porfoctly dear. If liked very aw cet, put. two pounds of sugar to every pound of fruit. -pro-par- ed Safe to take, tolns AndaW Bilious Complaints iTIroncU tiur-- lr LIVER J ron TUB HALL'S Lte. LouUtllla Arr tlrreDcaitls. . 7 id p " " vrjretaMe, no irrlp-InAUlmiirtlaU. ir ROBBED , ana Catarrh of tho of tho Ulserntlrot Catarrh IMTCRN Cor, Cyo or ALLY, nnd Throat. It la tnkon ISIooct nets DittfQTLY upon thrtuynrcm. unci i miicoua uurrncon or ino alldla(wa that follow a mil llrnA-nptauM tho boat Blood Purifier lt tlio as Imm of acq,uaoc4 6f laaol WO.LU, nnd la worth ALL that la Enuiorj, uolforaal laulluJe. pain to the tack. ctinrced for It.n for THAT alono. aiianesa 01 viaioo, mnaiura om 84. anti uaor . othrr dtaraca thai lead to ronauirtptlon and a mature fraro, WMrml fur circulars llh trail. ONLY NMAL CURB RR CATARRH moniaiarm. hi mail ilia I. t ItJOU.ITO It THE MAltKirrCJ Is told at fl per tax, or all boxes lor 13, br all drurjrlili, or will Imi scut fre I'T wall, securely And woofforOno Mundrocl Dollars tor any sealed, on receipt if price, br aJJre-ln- r Crso of Citrrh It vlll not Ouro. Thoaaamla.orKratai ar annually rotlul of thai Tleilmi, IIto prolonged bappliKiaanJ hrllb tr um of the great c Ulijetle.-Chlcajn . .. . . 2M . llliu t 91 pu IB t 04 uaa lai II pro llliu a la put 1 ao an Hi, 1 Ul ATARRH ounansa Haanl Ccvlty-Chrc- Ok FHTSiaAKB. The roMt direct route, with only one change ef cars, loalt points In, wlaeontln, Mlnneaou, laws, Nebraska, Ac lor Idrthrr lufurmntlon, address MUltltAr KLLLKILU I' A.. IS- LouliillU, Ky 13 REC01IMEKDED DY GERMAN IN7IG0RAT0R! Which roslllrtlr and permanently rnrra fiia. t curat, (cauwit by unwi ol anr kind.) srutl. . . nlo tr. a-rr- Intel! "aaag,isaijaj eJiH-bj- ren THSQRtAT mPtmOFlmlEwtNBKiR Through Trunk Line V. J. 113 adamiatreel,Toledo,Ohlo. (Sl-lfSoleajent fortbo UellrdStaias CArtfEril WlTTLE 1W WILL. CUIUS ANY CASH. OCce ot A. T OnwAnT A CWl ITikuoo, 111 , June i, IIS. JUVsrrs. F. J. Caeneeot do., JXtltda, U UenUrmen I tato rleauro In lafcrmln'- - yon Uiat I liavo rtaed llall'a Cntanh Cure. It has doa't hesitate to curol mo I r-- very lu4-ft- nd aay that It vrUl cure any caao ot Catarrh if taken Tours truly, properly. J, ll. WcATnzaaoao. ' sio E. atrxear, Jacsaon, I'lch., writrw Hare had Cauxrhforttljiora, Hill' Catarrh Cure cured me, OinaltlcrH worth 310.00 n, bottle. fySold It all Druriflala nt 5 rta. per hottln. act srl,Ay F J CUKNCY & CO. tole I'nmrietors, IOUJDO, OHIO, -- .5 M.rw'-ictnreJ woimi a iiottli:.' Hi WilHout Change and wlih S SHORTEST AND QUICKEST rXOU U1'UT1UX TO Till Unrivaled ROUTE fttatoor tho aritctn, such a Nausea, Srowalnra a. Ul,tra after catlnir, 1'aln In tho Bide, Ac. Whilo their most remark, abln cucccss baa bunibovn lu curing GIck TIctaebo dent to a tiillou CUBE For sals to Htaoford by fenny A MeAUetcr. and rtllcre all ths troubles Inci- SOUTH & WEST ; neadaehr.jrrt CartcrVTjttlo Liter rilliire equally taluablo In CoiMltinllun, curing and crcrcotioc this annoying cociplilnt,whila iker also correct all disorders: of tho stocueh, etlciulata tho lire r aid rttfilntotliS bond, lirtnlf Uuyoaly corul SIOK FRANCS FORMERLY ST. A8APH, JftCktODTlU. Motllfl, Little llocV, Meaigoaier Willi Ani rliasisPfli la Kftgititlll. MamtihU tad Stir OrUDi. Change. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la relate fan Without SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rroas loslsTllls la Palace Cere wHheettaaaga. tnis road will rscslve lowratee, (ea Aunts ol tlili Company for ralaa, renlas Ac, or wills c. P.ATM0RC.Q.P.&T.A. I' LoulavlHe. Ky. Aeho they would b almoit priceless: to thoae. who emffir front this dlatroaslnj complaint; cat forto-nate- ly their coodncas dots not end here, and thoso who once try then, will find IhcsalltUsnllla win. abl in ao many wall that Ihcy will not be willing todowlUioMUiCffl. But after all tick head HEAD ACHE -- PMinnAMTCO Una ol II An Cm 111special I Ukln homes en the SXANITOIID, - - KY. Having bad IbUlIoltl Jtci'uriiishcd nnd ltoiltlcd From Uaacruriil lo garret, L fl. B. -- THE U08T DfisIaUBLK BOUZB TO- I Intend te Keep it In h .Strict! Flrnt-G'lHK -, Aiamitir, An act by which wo make ono friend and ono enemy is a losing game, becauso rovengo is a much stronger principle bnt by tbclr pMI. action plcsre ollwho titothem, IiiYlslsetSSccntstlWeforft. 8U4 by Uua;bU crirywhcrc, or teat by Ball. CIRTEK MEDICIJiE CO., NoTf Tork. tana cf f o many Urea that here It where we oak? ouTcrca tout. Oar pttU Caio It whilo olhtre do not. Carter'! Littlo liver Wla aw rcry small and OnoertwopUlijnakoadoae. Yerycaiytotake, They are strictly TieetnMo and do not grip or And loars nothing unJoso that will add lo Ihe COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. doc, And decidedly Ihe Dopular Route, aSbrdlag, as 11 leaa changes and superior arcotomodaUoes lo Commercial Travelcr.s Are cff.rtd Iut erery ooaTenlence.sucb aa NICK BAMl'LK UOUMH, Ac., for their use. To patronise me, a I MUtourl.Iowa, Kaaiai, Texai, The North, Northwest knd West. In fact, If yeu contemplate a trip lu any direction, your Intereat win oe irtsiaerrru or purcnaaing your ticaats via ICC. and Cincinnati, rullman rmUir,:H gant hew Day Coaches, and handsomely furnished IkclUlug Chair Cars lorus the uoenualed squlpinenu of this Did UsllaUs, thereby uaklBf a trip ottr tbfa Hoe one ot luxnrloua cowfert ana pleuure. Try It. . TIMK TABLK, IN EKFLC-- OCTOUKR II, 1H4 SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS than gratitude. A LVXVltlUUS M.lTir-JtUOi- t, TAKE THE- - in-thi- s bo-fo- ro , cor-taint- y; oTcr-com- Among tho things wo sometimes road about, but nover really see, may bo included tho bath-rooof tho Marquiao Annonast Visconti, who has given a dc Bcription of tho interior of her bijou hotel in tho Ituq do Jouv. Full plans and details of tho marvelous luxury of thq interior fittings of tho bath-roohavo been given, It is lit by handsomo stained-glas- s windows, wainscoted with lava from Vesuvius and hung with raro old tapestry. The bath is mado of solid silver, tho water is supplied by a dol, phin; a prossuro on the one eye causes tho water to como out hot and on tho other cold, whilo tho movement of thq tongue-allow- s the bath to empty itself in a moment. Tho whole houso is fitted up in tho eamo luxurious manner. 01 & MISSISSIPPI ro I Baggage Transferred to and from W. the Depot free of charge. Glreiiieaeall. W. N. 1'HANCIN. thk boviu. 0. 1(1 t, aa at i No.i. a No. II. East, West and North rsox CHESAPEAKE Jli 01 Lre, Curluitun.n. Too"an II 9 HI 4 15 RY. HjiOia.lS7"Ill0 ! LOUISVILLE to CINCINNATI, tha East and the North, tree i'arlor C'ara to Cincinnati and 1'alacs Bloeplna Cara to Cincinnati WaablDii-to- n. lUltiuioro. Phlladelnhlaand Naw York. with. out cbaoiv. arn-.-.'.-.l- Kentucky's ttoulo Enst Arr. Lte. Arr. Lee. Cynthlana .. l'arla. . relwoulu i'arli an lllpD mgpn 24 p C 00 p ra u A Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only Una running ... Ill to a Lexington.. l'arla- - -... ii Mlllertburi: . i Uirllile ...... Arr. Maynllla. 1 1 ;a a Lte. i'lia. Winchester .. 11 81 p .. J IS p ltlchiooud lHi i to p in pm 0 sio p m 6 40 p u 7 CO p ir JO p m fl ai poll e tw p ni 7 10 U - i I JL HT LOUIS and l aWrst. Norlbwtatand Houthweat. with Palxs tileepiDg Canon night train, LouUrllla to St. Louis, 2iP-o:n- B. A SofjDTRAIN 10 Hours LiVi;it0 I.ttlllNl lllC, fJlllCllt HHtl Ulltl yaoaj f'Oiu LniMHVILLK j7aiXlS PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS Arr HUnkird Jun- - lducutar Noam. 10 3 51 piu 8 i!JI. No. 0 7 IK) 11 ' i i soana 14 put wpn Leo. Flatlurd June " " lo tMCIO and Ilia North, with Uoachra and Uo. cllulnj Chair Cara thrauf U without cbiujo. VJ ItiKtuu, Uy I.frX- eon-stabl- o (cow-fcenci- hj houso-surgeo- Tf - Mewtn I pounds on Hall's Catarrh Cure. Have not rlx, Ahead of All Competitors, n felt so well lo "lO'' yesrV, It has made a Euilnranta and lloinaeakera la lba().4 U, ll'r The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Daa liars coialitq cure and Is worth $50 a Lottie to bars 'through I)ay Coaches oualltrilni. ii hours vine, florrolk, no midnight chtngea Arrlrs at tit. Louis any one that has the catarrh." to adranos of other lines, thereby securing wore timsfor uskiuir elisors ot cars aud reltlnir Aral choice of scat la cars of eoauMtloi lines. All Virginia and North Carolina There is no one, article In the line of lo adranos of other Hum to IndlanaMilla and roinu. RHtes to medicines that gives so large a return for Chicago and lbs only Una firing Ita patrons ill. For tickets and further luforuallon, apply to Fur tlekaU, ralaa and information pertalnlsle inns nue sioug ins sucria ot ias Miunigsa; the money as a Rood porous atreegthtfllr-tickets, rates, lima, uispi, do , apply to your nearest ticket oalce, or address tor time, conuecilonr, Ac., call on or address; pUeter, seek as Carter's Smart Waed and Ticket 4isnU ol connecting Unas or addrssa W. B. MpJWBJiHTS, Aeaxr. . JAMKfi O. KKNNT, u.e.iHuvvf.Bouiuern rausugergt, Maaford, Xy. Usnl. WwUra Agent, HelladonaalUckacbt 0. .Cur. Fourth & Maio sta , LouUrllla. C, L. BROWN, U, W. tIKNDEH, 310 W MuluhL.Loulnllls.Ky. W. B. SHATTUC, W. W.PEiBODV, SuBerlaUadaaL R'B'I HaJa. Am, Aft E, E. Winter, Corlngtoo, Ky, saysj Uta'l Haaazer. usa'l raswsgw Agt O. W.NMITH, Colnjtoo.Ky. II. w. rUIXKK, Undnnstl. "Ilrowa's Iroa titters cured me of a pain Gsu'l Ma "Xci, OEO. H, McKIWNKl.Trar; l'asi. A Frt. A at. usu'l ftu't Art. V. HILL rattcussr ifaat, Ubanos.Ky. J, mood, Ybswei. blaafvrd.Ky, in the chstt caused by lodigeatioa." I Pari corretpondsnt. SiHExr Talk. "How much letter you look, Mm. S. I" "Ye, I have gained 32 Yoik without chinga, arrlrn p. 111. nest day-Ho- urS LOOK AT THIN J TliiMln. in. Kxnreaa fdallr) from LouIitIIU lias rloa8lw,n lira froiu Loulirllla to Naw at tVaablo(ton WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting i ui p la Irl a iu II 40 p ra TtOau a va p in 2 i p is MlllsrthurK g ... Air. a u a 0.1 p ui Lra. Lexlugtua . i 7 w a u a 10 p ' S IS a ml S 01 p ml- -, ' Arr. Lro. Maiirllle Carll.Ie... Liucaafor Mcbiuond.., Winohcaler t titan Iv a a u IJ Mo.t. No. 18, 10 41 am liupu II It a in t 10 pm a u l 41 U pu fl wpm V4 rarli. INia u u In tauis depot with bat trains lui JNTo-y- r "ypyiaL. a ul t 01 f in it Kef) a in 1 40 p u e 0 Sla ul 40 o lu 11 SO a nil a 10 p u 00 a m, Arr, Mayaillle SOOaw No. 7S s na. 7 l.v p m, Arr. Mayatllla to p m No. M Lr MayulllaeWatu. Arr Lex. 10 au No. II l.T MaysTllle II 49 pin Arr lax. 4 pin No. 4 Lt, Cut 1 10 p in. An. Kaluoulli 710 p w No S Lr I'slnioulb Ilia in, Arr. Cur. 1 10 a at Nos. land I dally batwteu Richmond, Lexington and Coylegiani all ethers dally eioept Sunday, I'aris. rTiilhlana.- II ialtnmilh Arr. Corlugton S IS 8 SO " .... lx Speoial EmiKraattis