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The Christian Mother, Confessed Before ho Wat Caught. 7h fati of Violent Legislation: Miss Emma Abbott and her comThere sho sits, old Christian mother, The other morning as the cashier of All tho violent measures of the republican party, which wero devised in pany como to Chicago next ween, and tho Frog Hollow Savings Bank was ripe for heaven. Her eyesight is alW. P. WALTON. Elttoranrl Propnito t tho heat of political passion and for it Is understood they will open their writing a private letter to an Eastern most gono hut Ihe splendors of the burglars, the door celestral city kindle upon her vision. rubllahut Tttnxtnym and JPrfifflV. purposes of political ndvantago, have season hero in "King for a Day," an firm of now cowo to grief. They have failed opera never More given In this city opened and the entire board of direc- The gray light of heaven's morn has HU.SO 1VE.II ANNUM. arid reacted against their authors be Tho plcco is well adapted to tho ca tors, headed by the president, entered struck through the gray locks which are folded back over the wrinkled pabilitics of the troupe, for it Is light in a very solemn manner. eend lUmpe In payment of u f- cauio nono of them rested on tho basis aHrrieaee ilon'l "Mr. Stoolo," said the president, re- temple?. Sho stoops very much unrrlpllon, tir'tta iaVchtn, mil then of de of broad and enlightened statesman and frothy, has a lively dramatic ac ship. Sectional prejudice personal tion, and admits of handsome cccnlo ferring to a paper he held in his hand, der the burden of care she used to namloetlone nnl lot eenle. carry for her children. She sits at The avant couriers of the "I desire" hatreds, and a bigoted, narrow policy effects. "I know just what you would say, home, too old to find her way to tho prompted most of tho legislation which Abbott party havo arrived with pro"God pity Bid" disfigured tho statu to books during digious tales of Emma's triumphs in gentlemen," interrupted the cashier, house of God.; but while she sits Gladys Metfulty usually so proud tbo years when extreme methods dom- St. Paul, Winnepcg, Fargo and other hastily, "and you will find ma willing there all the past comes back, and tho cold wavo localities. Thoy tell us to agree to anything reasonable. Now children that forty yean ago tripped fBTpwei7nJ who' moved about inated in tho publlo councils. In the littlo world of thoto who know When suflrago was conferred on the that tho vivacious prima donna is no tho question Is, what sort of a compro- around her arm chair, with their Those griefs, and joy, and sorrows. her with the stately grace of a New negro, fresh from tho bonds of slavery, longer tho frail, fiagilo spectro of for- - mise can wo mako?" York, iM, editorial, attak on naulcuU without condition and without prepar- mor years tho ethereal creature who "A what, sir?" asked tho president. children are gono now. Somo she "Why, a compromise, of course," broogbt up nre in a better realm as ihe uttered tnSei votii, and sobbed ation of any kind, against tho protest reminded us of an underdone nutcako m if her shoestrings would Jjreak,. of some of the ablest republican lead or a pair of knitting needles. Emma repeated tho cashier. ' '''Suppose I where they shall nevor die, and others lu tho lindens that lined the en ers, tho intention was to humiliato tho is netting stout so stout that her turn ever CO per cont. and we liqui- out in the wido world, testing the excellency of a christian mother's disciptrance to lirierton Villa, the robia red South by negro representation in Con dresses havo all had to bo rebuilt so date for ten on tbo dollar and" breailiwcf5 thrilling merriest lays, grcss. Tho amendment to tho Consti- stout that the collops of fat on her "Ten on tho dollar?" said tho entire line. Her last days aro full of peace, and calmer and sweeter will her spirit while over"by the woodihed tho hag tution was adopted flvo years after the arms havo to be rolled back and fast- board, looking much surprised. of an abandoned hoop-ski- rt, closo of tho rebellion, when it might ened with a clothes-p- in so stout that grd'Qirtli "Well, then say five cents," contin- become, until the gates lift and let in through which tho daises wcro bo supposed tho passions of tho civil her stockings have to be put on with a ued tbo executive officer. "That will tho worn out pilgrim into eternal peeping, showed that spring, tho most war had cooled. Intoxicated by sue shoo horn. Her voice, wo are told, is leavo more for you fellows. Then, if springtido and youth, whero tho limbs palaeaary and beautiful season ot the ecu after tbo election of Gen. Grant fresher and stronger than over, and you think it looks better, I'll stay in never acho and the oyes nevor grow year, had arrived. In the broad holds in 18G8, tho parly managers could her acting well, when sho gives a jail for a month or two while the de dim, and tho stiffness of the exhausted that stretched away to the westward not sco beyond their limited horizon, bop skip and a jump for Mr. Castlo'a positors aro moving out to tho poor-hou- so, and decrcpid pilgrim shall become tho palm of tho immortal athlete I and" tho farmers were preparing tho ground nor would thoy listen to the voice of falso mustacho and glues herself onto for. the seed which nourished in tho moderation. Opposition to tho arbi- it, and gives it ono of her O'toso-Ro-m"I don't know what you aro talkDistance and Time. "An Old w, hosoar of Mother EsHh and warmed trary decrees of the caucus was decatch ing about, sir," said tho president. Subscriber" asks: "What is the diselectro-dynam- ite oaculato by tho geaial rajs of the sun, would nounced as disloyalty to tho Govern "Our business hero is to compliment tance between Sandy Hook and ry explosions, so that it quivers and you on tho present admirable condi- Queenstown, Ireland?" and "'What is soon become tho ripened grain, yieldment. And now, after thirteen years' ex curls itself nround on tho back of Mr. tion of tho bank under your manage- tho quickest time tho distance has ing to its owner a bounteous harreat, and enabling him to play against bun pcrienco, what is tho practical result Castlo'a neck, and raises water blis- ment, and to present you with this been covered by any steamship?"' he visits Chicago in tho fall. of this policy? The South, against ters on every pair of matculino lips in gold headed cane aaa token of our esTho exact distance by tho shortest which it was nimed, has an increased tho audienco, and tears tho wall paper teem and confidence." A. rudy-fac- cd boy, picking sand-bur- rs route is 2,783 miles, but steamers, as and sets iiro to tho from between his toes, flecks the ho representation in tho noute of Rep- oil the "Great Scott!"' muttered the cashior, a rule, go far enough south of this riioiaSdkadevaddl beauty to tho resentatives, and in tho electoral col hydrant in tho cellar, tho most casual after the directors had congratulated to make the distance covered about leges correspondingly, by tho addition observer will admit that tho popular him and walked out. "I thought the 1G0 miles greater, or 2,943 miles. enchantment of tho scene ' And yet, lying thero on tho fauteuil, of tho negro vote. It is politically cantatrico has mado rapid strides in old duffers had been investigating tho Tbo quickest trip was that made by whose verrcty surfaco is not more soft stronger, scctioually considered, than her art. The simple fact that Miss books and counting tbo cash." N. tho Alaska in May last, eastward than her cheek, Gladys McNuIty is at any former timo in the history of Abbott is a native of Chicago is suffi- Y. Morning Journal. bound. Time, 6 days 18 honrs 37 sobbing away tho hours of this beauti tho country, and it waj made stronger cient to insure tho success of her Speaking of Looks. New York Sun. minutes. Chicago News. ful'JaneiBorning, ami ever and anon by the republican party. The condihere. Tho habit of remarking upon the Tho United States is ahead of all there comes from between her white tions of 1870 ami 1883 oro reversed. New Books Bcceivcd. Copp's looks of relatives and friends when we the other countries in tho manufacTho republicans leaders would now U. S. Salary List and Civil lips a low, dispairing moan that is pit Servico meet them, is a very uncomfortable ono. ture of children's toys. Ono estabifulfoits intensity. But finally the gladly revoke negro suffrage if they Rules. Our many readers will wcl- - It is not only contrary to good sense lishment in New York has a yearly convubivo sobs that aro racking her could; whilo tho domocrats wish to coiuo tho solid information contained but a duo regard for politeness and output of 8350,000 worth, of which drew-wa- ist grow fainter,- - and in a lit prcservo it. in the ICO pages of this recently issued tho observance ot good manners 8125,000 is shipped to Europe. MaTho reconstruction laws were ani book. lie while sho sits up, the pink suffusthat it shall not bo indulged in. It is prepared by Henry N. ny ot the ideas for mechanical toys ion of a blush telling all too plainly mated by the spirit that originated Nopp, a lawyer of Washington, D. 0. It is bad enough in the family, whero are borrowed from tho Germans and o the a nmoudment. Their main All the Government salaries whkh, side she had been lying on. aro given tho questions and the searching gianco French, but are greatly improved on. And as she sits there gazing listless- purpose was to make tho uneducated from President Arthur's $50,000 to are tho expression of kind feeling and German toys aro ly into tho middle of next week, her race rule in tbo South by putting tho postmasters with 8500, officials of tho unless, indeed, the apparently anxious Tho French hand-matho American machine-ma- de, ploasant-fac- od with late slave over their former masters. Treasury, Iuterior, War and Navy inquiries as to how you are feeling mother, a woman and superior. To this end, military power was used out eorseU, entered the room. this morning aro about as meaningless Departments, Custom Houses, to supcrscdo civil authority in timo of Over tho door of a small frame "Why are you wcoping, Gladys?" and fully 20,000 federal offices as tho remark upon the temperaturo, peace. building in which a colored family is she asks. arranged by States nnd Territories. but it is absolutely insupportable from A carnival of villainy followed in Specimen examination ''The girl docs not answer, and strivo questions lor any ono but a dear friend who has not living in Greenville, Tenn., is a pino tu she may to keep down tho sobs that tho wako of these laws. Ilonwt and admittance to tho Civil Servive thro'-o- had tho experience of going out for a board on which is the legend, now alare welling up from her heart tho ef- influential republicans at tho North tho country aro added. Tho price walk, into a neighbor's house, and most erased by rain and storm, "A. A little beyond fort Is in vain, and again tho pretty became indignant at the outrages in of tho book is only 35 cents. Every been greeted with the assertion that Johnson, Tailor." face Is bedewed with tears. But on the South, perpetrated by tho authori- young man and woman who has not she must be ill. In many cases you the western border ot the town is a Instant latter she has conquered her ty of thoir party and with tho full decided upon a calling in lifo needs aro accused of not looking well when marhlo monument that marks tbo last eraotfent and "looks bravely up at her support of Grants Administration. A this publication. Tho government of- in reality you may be in better health home of "Andrew Johnson, President reaction ensued. Atrocious forco bills fers mwim lucrative and honorable employ- than usual. It is a great confession of of the United States." "I will tell yoa,, mamma," she sayr, and other schemes wcro defeated in ment. Every citizen who expects his weakness, but I have gone home from Gen. Sherman has received houses "the cause of my sorrow I was cry Congress. Bobbery and oppression Senator or Representative to offer him a walk, out of which the sunshino has and other presents worth $50,000 since bgi to think that you can not go to became unpopular. Tbo enormities a government position, by possessing all been taken by some such thought- ho became General of the Army, ex committed in the Legislature of this manual tho matlnoe can decide at onco wheth- less remark, and looked in the glass to elusive of the 840,000 worth of dia South Carolina. Mississippi, Louis I tAwLtohy Uaay I not go?" er to nccopt or declino tho offer. It seo if I could discover signs of illness. monds given by the Khedive to Mrs. "Beeauss," answers Gladys in a iana, and other Southern States turn may save candidates from declining Such remarks are not kind, and cer- Fitch and since divided among the voloe that is noarso with ngony, "I ed the currents of public opinion, and fat ofticai through wrong information. tainly produco any thing but pleasant General's daughters. For the past finally led to tho emancipation of the have concluded to take it in myself. Should tho democratio party carry tho feelings. Would it not be well to do fifteen years ho has beeh paid $17,500 South from n vulgar and vicious des- noxt Presidential Cfa'eago Tribune. a yoar and he will draw this Balary election, every dem- away with them forever ? potism. T"'' Losing Sitter to find Cold, until his death. ocrat in tho country would want this Kentucby Estray Law. A The last of this partisan legislation, book She- old and feeble and tho conwithout doubt. Politicians A couple of pickpockets followed a ductor had almost to lift her into tho commonly known us the Civil Bights alone have heretofore held this knowl- great many persons do not know that gentleman fur some blocks, with a tho law requires them to post all strays car. tihe hobbled to a seat and depos act, has beeu prououueed unconstitu- edge. The pooplo now have a chance' view of availing themselves ofthe iting be buodje on tho floor, proceed-ed'j- tional by a Supreme Court, of which to learn into whoso pockots their mon- taken up, and as a result considerable first opportunity to relieve him of his matter. For fiimble In "hor pocket for tho eight of tho nine Justices aro republi- ey goes and how the nation's income troubles ariso out of the the benefit of the uninformed we pub- purse. He suddenly turned into a fare." After much fumbling she pro cans. Tho single dissenting opinion is expended. lish below sections 3 and 7 of chapter lawyer's office. "What shall we do duced a quarter, which she handed to was delivered by tho only Southern A Dude's Aiuhtment, The 193 of the General Statutes relating now?" asked one. "Wait for the the conductor. Ho. returned tho man on the bench. lawyer," said the other. sleoping room of a cortain Main street to strays. They read at follows: Tho Fourteenth Amendment prochango to her trembling fingers, but "dainty dude" is elegantly furnished Seo. 3. Tho taker up shall, withFor tho purpose of making stift soil, before sho could put it in her pockot a hibits States from making or enforcwith a cot and spittoon simply this in one month after he has posted the friable, sifted coal ashes aro said by piece probably a dime fell to the ing any law which shall abridgo tho nud nothing more. To notico this stray, caused to be published for ono some persons to be better than sand. flcdr aruLwas lost between the slats at privileges or immunities of citizeus of young man on the street with his glos- month, or four weeks' insertions, a They are more easily disseminated her feet.In vain did she trytoylnd the United States. Congress has no sy white shirt, standing collar and copy of the justice's certificate in a through the mass and contain a small Itr It pained hereto beniTso low and, moro power to mako laws regulating gaudy neck-tio- , you would suppose nowspaper, if ono bo published in tho proportion of mineral salts likewise, with a look of resignation, sho gave it social conditions in tho States than it bod of roses county, though their merit U principally meto mako police regulations thero. that nothing short of a up. A tall'mao'ilressed in black eat has would satiate his dejiro for somelhing Seo. 7. If any person shall vio- chanical. watched her intently When the Civil Bights bill, as origin, facing her, and nice, and furnish a good nignt's repose la to tho provisions of this chapter, or Dry sand poured into the filled bar as she leaned back in her Beat. His ally proposed by Mr. Sumner, and lu for his angelio form. But such is not fail or refuse to comply with any of its ho present form, as reported by Gen, rels of apples and potatoes after stor hand went to his pocket, then, stooptho case, hois easily satisfied, and provisions, he shall forfeit and pay 310 ing iu tbo collar, bos been found to be ing forward, ho a pea red to be looking Butler from tho Judiciary Committee wants to marry, and if thero is any for oach offense. Herald. a decided improvement on all other coin and with an "Ah! of tbo House, was before tho Senate, for tbo lost young lady in the city that can cook here it is, madam," ho stretched his foremost republican lawyers of that in n Judge David Davis was not a vio plans for keeping them, they remain spittoom and eat off a cot, sho hand ta tbo floor and raising it depos- body opposed it, on the very grounds will tim of tho drop game. He was mak ing till Into in the spring as crisp and find this an oxcellent opportunity stood at the counter apparently as fresh as when first gath ited tho money in her lap. He aroso now taken by tho Supreme Court. to of getting married and supporting ing a deposit and The authors of tho Civil Bights act the car. Tho and immediately left of the bank counting a lage roll of ered. herself. Lexington Transcript. old woman beokoued to the conductor know it was impoteut and worthless The authorities in Ireland are engreenbacks. "Judge, you havo dropSoak an egg in very strong vinegar ped bill," lar gold from tho start. Instead of being a and showing him a a dapper youth said as he deavoring to put down the practico of a piece, asked him if ho bad not given benefit tot the negro, it has proved to until the shell becomes soft; when took off his hat to the ponderous holding "wakes," which have contribthe spreading it to her by mistake Ho assured her be an aggravating injury, by stimula- quite soft it may be extended length-wU- o Judge. There lay a crisp new $2 note uted largely to and with fatal of infecresult in tious diseases without breaking it, and so put at the Judge's feet. he had given her two dimes. Sho ting race prejudices and by exciting "Thank you," some instances. carefully through the neck of a email the Judge said, placeing his heavy could not understand how sho came by discontent. It was a part of the gen PILES I PILES I PILES! It, but a few of tho passengers could, eral plan of the republicans to cap bottle, when by pouring cold water foot on the 92 greenback and keeping Xew and as sho put her hand to her face to ture and keep the negro voto by a upon it, it will assume its former right on counting his roll, while the Dr. Iteming'change fromDltcorery fur Ibt oM reined lee I'Ktilt I radlca bide the tears of joy that dimmed her proteuded friendship, which was in shape and hardness. Though one of youth levanted. iiertlofort a uw, Tli DIcoer l tbt rctult ol tho simplest of tricks, this is really a itud- - al the main hollow and heartless. yer of patient Klentlfic eyes,, some one whkperedjtlMi stranA San Francisco man advertises fo Into to chiruUr ofthli pttoful dlMua. To For thirteen years the negro has curiosity, to those who are not in ger's name. Ho is one of tho best beeu you ol IU treat merit, call on Vtaaj i, He girls must be good a political slave of the republi "320 known philanthropist in New York, can party. At he improves by edu- the secret, the question, "how did tho looking," He 'probably thinks of AUiUr, Stanford, or W. M. Weber, alt. Vernon, and set a euuple box frtn of ihrg. a member of a family noted for many cation and by contact with independ- egg get into the bottle?" is a complete marrying and moving to Utah, but he a that Br. T H. Mucker, ol Arlington, Ind., puEtle. years, far and wide, for Its couutloss ent opinion, he begins to seo tbo falsiVrowa'a Expectorant li tbe moat aluail remedy could just as called them "golden-hai- r ty of the profession made in his bo A woman wbe hat two blocks to go for ooutuaatlun extant. For aale by renny A Mo New York Triquae. good' deeds. half, and the selfishness of a policy should stop a crowded street ear, jam ed." Alleler, Btwford, ml W.M. Weber, Mt. Yernon be tier you whieh 1km really retarded hu advauaa. Sbbst Talk. "How muck Yefinor is aeeredital by the Chisago Thera la Dotting mora certain than the nee of her way in, ask some one to get a $2 leek, Mrs. 0.1" 'Ym, I bars galwd 32 raent to a higher plane. Hereafter cough, vhlch belBg ft great prophet. Browo'e Expectorant to for a CvneumpUon or Chronic nlll ultliuateljr lead pUBh ea Hall's Catarrh Cure. Hits not the colored vote will be ant to divide bill changed, deprive two km of their papers with Ml so wall in 20 years. It has made a la politics. Then the negro will get a seats and then ring the bell at both Wheaever he predicts & heavy gale BronchltU, If not cured, II Utea when tbt cwgb a ou of Banbu- for the lake oae never fails to put is la Srit eoa'racttdaele few doeee will ewpUte care sad la worth $39 a bottle to sew start la the battle of life. fN. iik of the oar and alight, bjr Fenny A HcAIIeter, Stan- Iteuwlta. ry News. X, BXJB, any oae that has the catarrh." aa appearance. ort 'and W. M. Weber, Ml. Vernon. WROBERTS&STAGB DRUGGISTS UNO .y, PHARMACEUTISTS. Opera House Block, I3A.XT2UM Stanford, Ky., IN Mimical InolriictHCHta, I'ockct ToIihccoh, Cutlery, Dragg, Chcmti-nN- , L'RlHlx. jiih, Wall Paper, Wftic. JjlaHer Jlnokx, Cftram. NfalloHcrr. Moapie, Lamp., I'crftuncry, Flro ArmH, style Oar Jewelry. Silverware and Optical Goods Department h In Charge of Col. Trios. Itlcliards, who will Itepatr Watches and Clocks Promptly and In tho best Machine JVcedlc. make second to none in city or conn- try. me a trial. H. C. Rupley. G-iv- e ing New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising1 the best in the market, which will he gotten up in stvle and h:.o.received, and am still I have rupley. receivdeai.uk in an, collar-and-elbo- W. H. HIGGINS. Hardware, Iron, Saddles, Groceries, Qnccnswarc, Buggy Whips, Bnggy Wheels, Stores, Cano Mills, Harness, Spokes, Grates, Cider Mills, L,apCoTers, Stoneware, Kliii, Corn Shelters, Collars, Nallfl, e Horso Shoe, box-ofli- co, Oliver Chilkd, Champion Steel and Srinley Combined Flows, Wooden and Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofing and Gn.tering will have prompt attention. II. C. IIRIOIIT. F.J.COKKAir. d tiff-ag- BRIGHT GROCERIES Wo & AND CURRAN. HARDWARE, 4 de; Wholesale and ICclnll Dealers In n post-offi- ces XfcUEENSWAKE, AC. run two hoosos, oarry the LarKost Stock in town: nav cash for our goods, whloh enables us to soil you olosor than any ono. All we BRIGHT & CUHBAN. ask Is a trial. ut PMfflf m WkMeto IPHARMACtSTS" - DEALERS IX- - Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fanoy Articles. I rhjijcUn-- ' preeilptloru accurately compounded JKWJBLKltrj 9M'aW Trade Mark. 'li-Jteglitered. Largest Stuck of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry & SUrcnrare Erer brouzht'to thUmrk"L Prlcca Lover than Ihe Watctae, Clocte and Jewelry on ehort Dotlce anj;Warrantexl. o lifiiyt into i STABILE! W AJSTD I3CA.K;IsrESS sonable. SHOP. Nice lot of Horses and Fino Turnouts. Kates rea- 100,000 poiJNns wool, I s want ed by me. will pay the highest marketlprico. I also deal ia And can supply CO AIi! it in any quantity. A. X. NUKJnEIiliEY, Stanford, Ky. five-dol- coo-Ti- red-hea- Job Printing' of ev ery kind Prmoptly and Cheaply done and in the Highest Style of the Art. We have Every Facility, such asSteam, Fast Presses and New Type, for doing work, and all we ask is a trial W. P. Walton. ea-- -- ra , coa-la- r .v- - I i' I I, ' Another earthqiMlceatiocV occurred In bond to leeef ktea oat of Jail ad In order the visit to Hampton Court wa a day of Smyrna Htturdar At one hundred to reach Stanford Mora 12 v., so that Ray romantic memories, long to be rememW-ed- . sad roflHKctioti with the Jpotl-oKI may not Minutely iWrib the palTimet. siily-on- alxtj nine persons were seriously, and would not have) to ko to Jail Basil Monday, slightly Injured. Seveety-ntn- e fefonaaajh preeartd a eenyayaaee anl ac- ace file, or tlie admirably. kept grounds. He was forced toHhe step because tho are in the hospital. companied htm and the marshal le Stanford Three noble vistas radiate from William' Tuesday Jftrrnlnfr, October 30, 1883 managing editor found that it Jul not the round-tribeing a twenty-milnight-ridand Mary's front addition; with grand old OARRSRB ceUHTT DEPARTMENT. pay to havo a man express tho consci Thev roused the Circuit Clerk and yews to begin with; and stately w. t. wm.tn. made his bond In time, after which Ray EBITM cntioHi yiows oblafncd by a lose lifo of Lancmtttr. and elms beyond. The Thame Whsa yea consider the faet that BUKLL & SON Employ as Expert te carefhl study of tho bible, if those Sunday was a delightful day and all protested against paying for the vehicle runs along one front of the palace, where bay every hide going into their tannery; that these hides are tanned e the Used by hha and Deentsgh for above views wcro in conflict ith the precon the churches had good congregations. the view la very fine. Of course w visited The foregoing fs the treatment he the famous grape vine, which this year ha Old Fashion Lone Timo Cold Liqaor Proeeii, nnder the careful Revs. W. S. Grlnrtead and S. X. Hall ceived and hido bound rfeefefnes ef tho saptrviilea have heea conducting a protracted meeting received from the people of Crab Orchard; 1,337 bunches on it, not one of which we of Kr. O. BUELL himself, a man of mere than 40 years' experience; and aafep"- - one month we will receive saWrtp-lion- s church of which ft effects to be the nor hh this his first offense and bad at the Methodist church. could touch, seeing thty are reserved for to the Inkkmoii Jouunal at TWO organ. We rattier suspect that the there. If he was too drunk to know the Queen' table, though she live else that this Leather coming; ent of the Tannery is again Carefally Called, Our Louisville sail comes now via DOLLARS r year, cash. OM as well Doctor's Httle monthly Things iV'rw Lexington and Winchester. It occupies the facts as they occurred, he certainly where. It Is Indeed a wondrous vine all the poorer discarded and only the Choice going to the new subscribe rn nro enihrsrcil In thin oiler, and OM had also eomo influence knows hi money has been refunded him, under glass and has bourne 2,000 bunches oyer from one to flvo days in the transit. provided tbey pay within the, lime specifl-n- l Tho proposition to fink a well on the and that thejuslica he received was tho actions of the managing man of In a single setson, I think I have seen nil arretragrn nnd a year in advance. with mildness as well as mercy, and one or two a large in our own Kentucky the Times. It is a bright progressive public square is overawed bv the pro post Now ii the chance (or those nlm rom plain tiofl to tear down the unsightly building If he could comprehend deeency, would fortats, one notably, In Green county, but that $2.50 Is more than thcr ca nt for a little sheet which is making strong cease to vilify a people; net one of whom it ia a prodigious plant. It Is of the Black Where, under the watchful eye ia the center of tho square. of Mr, X. W. BUELL -- bora and bred to the tho circulation'of his papet. info pIer. Messrs, J. A. aad 'A. O. Barntlde en would be guilty of doing an Inlury to so Hamburg variety and nursed with zealous business, every pair is hammered ont under the Old Time Elbow Grease There is no charge that the Doctor's tertained a party of their friends at a "pos slimy a wretch, the foelnes of whose lancare. 1 he clutters hung ripe and tempt A few weoks ago wo mentioned tho viows are wrong: nothing of the sort. sum supper" last Friday evening. The guage condemns him wherever his vile Ing above our head. We saw it in it Style, certainly it is not strange that in Ohio, Illinois. Pennsylvania aad marriage of Miss Blanche Grejr, tho It is only alleged that they do not pay. feast wai excellent and the enjoyment un tongue Is permitted to wag. I stale these perfection. The pictures are wonderfu- l- New York, where they have bees kao wa for the past 40 years, facts in lattice to the eitlsene of that vil over a thoarand in number and covering museum girl who weighed 517, to a Tug Richmond D'umkh, that ster kraaded. Is not so much "cussing" the lage, who make every energetic aad earnest the wall of the various apartments. Oae There youth named Mows. It now becomes ling old democratic sheet, hopefully K. C. R. R. as there was. This la sot due, eadeaver possible to maintain order there; our melancholy duty to publish that remarks: "Wo say that two weeks however, so much to any Improvement In and who ate united In their endeavor to room is devoted to the "beauties" of Charles IPs court Another to the "beautheir short honeymoon was ended l'n from today wo expect to see the the manners of the road as to the fact that Improve the town in religions, moral, edu- ties" of William's and Mary' reign. Are ususually day by tho death of Mrs. Moses. J)m democratic banner floating in triumph people irM gel tired of "cussing" when tley cational, financial and all other proper in- Wondrous fsces thsy are all by Lsly, of exhaust themselves. Railroads generally terests. Respectfully, L.M. Laslxy. tors say that fatty degeneration of over tho Old Diminion. the former and Kneller of the latter. We expect Z run their trains to suit their own conventho heart caused her demise, but may to announce the restoration Think of two great apartments, with the of ience without much GEO. 0. BARNES In ENGLAND four walls of each covered with masterregard to the convea. be tho bliss of married Iifo was too the rule of the democratic parly. The tVK ARE HOLE AGENTS. lence of the people. pieces of these masters of the psncil. Such "1MIA.ISE a-iimuch for her. The coffin in which 'right' has been theirs all the while. No 1. "Tavbttock Villas' 1 glorious warmth of coloring and blending Pbrsoxal. Mrs. Walker Landram she was interred was a monster, being The 'might' will be theirs on the 6th and son, of London, were here on a visit Bexlev Heath. KVnL Ort 5,1 IBM f of tint and exquisite beauty of detalt,that ' DfTlnttritt six feet four inches long, three feet of November." last week. Messrs. Geo. Denny, Jr.. R. II. We spent a most enjoyable day with what with the magnificent proportion of two inches deep and nearly four feet lomunson aad it. Uollier returned Fri- our Kentucky friends at Hampton Court the rooms, the gorgeous painting, the su The Louisville Democrat thinks and day ntght from u. visit a to Dalota. Each perb mounting of the plcturei and best of LAKCAHTKit ADVKkmxatAT. wide, and it took twclvo men to carry wo heartily agree with it, that Dan brings a pleasing report of the impressions and we count it among not the least of the it. dear LORD'S "tender merclea" that He all, the glow of the beautiful fsces looking Voorhees is in very poor business go reeeived in that far Northwestern Territob. r. WAivr-Eii- . gave us this memorable pleasure trip to- out at one from every gilded frame, the Ws will ns par fcli attrition to Foil furnishing tho White House ing aro.ind the country defending ry. Mr. Joe Walton and wife, of Mason of gether. It' will always be a radiant tanne- scene Is one of rare enchantment. Some LAMCAHTKR, KY. since 1870, the country has paid the murderers. A U. a. Senator lowers county, are visiting at Mr. B. M. Rurdett's. ry with us. Offlrs ever Cltlsens Nstlonal Rank. OSes hours arOCHTOK the paintings In the alate apartments,where from S to 12 a. M. and from I to S r. M. Wo promts to (lr Mtltfetloo, sod h enormous sum of 8272,000. receptions were held and audiences grantIn tho the respect for bis office when he seeks Miss Llxzle Huffman has returned from Our dear John Tod'sliltle will giro 1'altnt Klour for Whost. Can dn!r4 tasks . BUKDETT. BAM slther hollo or uabolioj ssmI. good old democratic days prior to the for lucre in appearing lor such men as Louisville. Gen. W. J. Landram attended Jamie hsd had the promise for some time ed, are of prodigious size, the canvass in the Army ATTOHNI3Y At X.A.AV, ll0t at Cincinnati laat week. of a birth day run among the Park some cases, as In Kneller' "Landing of MCALINTCKAMALI.KK. war, about $10,000 was appropriated Burt Scully. deer, LAMCABTKR, KY. Gen.W. J. Landram, Col. J. H. Bruce, under the great Will prattles In Otrimnt ml aJJolntns rounllo and as we William atTorbiy," reaching 12x20 feet at every fourth year for furniture and lll-lt- r Elizabeth town A'ctm sneaks of Col. D.R. Collier, Capt.W. 8. Miller, R. had not been to the famous palace, we least. Very interesting relics are preserv aoil Court of Appeals. BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE tho old was sold and the money turnit as that ilealing democratic sheet, A. Burnside, J. F. Sandifer anU several oth- agreed to go on tbe day already set, and ed in many of the rooms in the shspe of II. O. KAUi-l'MAed into tho treasury. Now $25,000 is tho Cincinnati IN STANFORD, KY, er sporting gentlemen of this plrce, are duly advised tspeetry Alncs Journal. our friends at tho Royal royal bedsteads, canopies of stste, We having At X.A-W- , made a fishing line of the finest ma- Hotel of the plan. and the like. It ia not every day one can ppent every year for same alleged pur- don't lorfrTkrMloprlrslrlr mr bouio LANCASTER, KY, think tho epithet deserved Itt oa terial that can possibly be obtained. The Is pose and sometimai tho sum reaches The day opened with a pouring rain, but see the very couch where royally once slept slultr Oommlnlontr (limnl Clrruli Court. Will Hourmt rlrwt walrh J'n-orauolM br J. M.ttaUro. fMI- - Torn, reference is mado to its stealing line will be several hundred feet in length. IiT""!?0 lo U. " f siHolslns porllrtUrt wrllo io su at we five at Muswell Hall agreed to trust the soundly or toxd unreslfully two or three rractlco In all too Courts of Uurmrd $30,000. The republican party is tho sm or call oa KU. 8. Ljtlo, aualorj.Harnr. Kaav eoantlaan! la ths Court oTAppMU- the State of Ohio from the republi and it will take a whale to break it. When Kr. LOItR for a pleasant trip, In spite of 8a- - centuries ago. I notice these uionarchs party of extravagance and thievery cans. AXBKHimir, completed it will be presented to His Ill to dre. I Un'a attempt to break It up. Starting thus did not object to comfort; for tbe beds sre llarprKaMS. and tho handwriting on the wall is tbe excepChester A. Arthur, President of in faith, we met at Hlgbgate John and hia soft, puffy and luxurlons, with NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. that it must go. the United Stales. It is intended that the Gertrude, our dear Edith Piper tion of George II, whose unpretentious, and the Two thousand dollars has been sent President shall use this line in connection striking contrast with A few days ago an Ohio man blew from Chicago boys, Jamie and Marcus, whs al- narrow bedstead lain for the defense of O'Donnell. with the magnificent reel recently present- two little the rest. bis brains out tho day beforo the one Three hundred children hare.died of ed to him by the managers of the great so hsd sgreed touching this very point, Id one corner of the grounds tlere is a I hits IhslulUslsixlSbMillMor Furslursol set for his marriage to a Cincinnati diphtheria In the vicinity of Oreenaboro, Southern Exposition, and the remarkable knowing well that our heavenly Father bit of neatly-kep- t htdging wrought into a stroll through njr tlora will prott. Mr prlca s ara did not begrudge us the day's enjoyment, as low as similar (wis ran U lu(ht In (ho woman and now tho news cornea that N.C. perplexing pattern, where one piys a penrod recently presented to him by our own and no one but the devil cltlos. could wish to Two hundred chare of Madison Na sCutslMopabloolocoUrdtuoostrtllon. lalss C. . Kuhn broke up a wedding par ny, goes in and is lost as certsinly sa he enGov. Knott and Mr. Dodd and other dis- spoil a child's holiday. So kwnon haoj a lull.llns or on we went, tional Bank ttock will be sold at Rich ters without a clue to the labyrinth. Then tinguished gentlemen of Louisville.That the pickiog up a jolly addition ty at Port Royal, Va., by cutting his mond, Nov. 10. at Finibury you wander Indefinitely until one perched gift may have a more pointed significance Park station, in tbe persons ! throat a few moments -- beforo tho of George and Hon. J W. Kendall, of Morgan coun on a stand ouhide shouts out directions for than it otherwise would, Mr. John ii. Charley Wood, also trusting the LORD for AnJsmrrkl tosorrs luntralt promollr with a droaded hour set for leading his brido ty, ha announced himself a candidate to sa'e exit, if you have reached the point Woodcock, one of the donors, (and by ths a good day sgalnit the author anlco.tMw llsono. of bad to tho altar. Marriage is a fearful succeed Appellate Judge JIargis. where you "give up." If not, vou flounder way, the same Woodcock who voted for weather. Down poured the Ordora by Telegraph Promptly At' rain, and on The work of removing the telegraph thing we admit, but in most cases it is General Grant on the 30G successive, tho we went aa happy a party over the twenty on and perspire, until you get enough of tended to. wires from the streets of Washington hai hopeless wandering. The psople you meet not successful, ballots at Chicago in 1680) miles of rail to Hampton . preferable to death and then thero are Court as ever been begun. They are to be put under has contributed a beautiful hook of solid journeyed thither. A 'bus in wailing con- within, who are lost, may be known by a the divorce courts to fall back on be- ground. certain silly, not to say imbecile look, of A Mexican who had committed four silver and of remarkable workmanship, veyed us up the famoua avenue of sides. smiling attempt to conceal tbe fact, which which will accompiny the line. The in Busbey Park, planted 200 Mr. A. A. Lewis has turned the murder was tied to a hone by a mob at maker of this hook warrants It to be of betrays them at once. It is veiy funny, years ago. Tbe deer literally twarmed Garner, Col., and dragged over the rocks -- 1IAVEextricated from the "maze," aa it Is called, such superior quality that any fish, even a Kentucky Republican inside out sinco and bushes till life was extinct. being on these lovely grounds here, there more than a penny's worth of amuse buying a half interest from Mr. WebHarln taken charge ol this famoua walailat In a suit brought against the C. 4 O. mullet, will "catch on" to it without troub- many hundreds of the pretty creatures. The after as well a auuKenent, (pun premedi-- 1 Jtiof Rocoivod Car plar ftir lie coming season, I su bow ster Thomas, substituted Somerset for R. R. in Virginia for running trains on le. To give proper weight to the gift, Hon. glorious avenue ia one mile in length, with ment We took such alunchon choice tuts Geo. Denny, Jr., the original Blaine man Load a central water basin, circular, of propor- tatetl). Kentucky in its name and improved Sunday, the Judge decided that under the in Kentucky, furnishes Prepared to Receive GumU. a handsome sinker tionate dimensions, centre fountain and fill of cold roast beef, with hot potatoes and re statute it was no offense to do so. its general appearance considerably. freshing tea, with a pleasant outlook from made from a Remington pistol ed with fish. Around this, in I hats a corps o trained eertauU and wUIUaUo In 45 minutes alarm on the flocks of deer In It has now three editors, including the recent great firo at from the Texas, of the ball. The ball is partially split so that it circles, five deep, stand the great concentric the dining-rooto furnish DaU.ii, trees and Busbey Psrk, the tamest of them coming at Ft, may be attached to the fjatlnntctery AcceRnuedalleBH local, and if there is any caso in Jour- Worth fire company was line with absolute the avenue has also Gve rows on playing upon it) each side. up to the open glass door to be fed with H person; j pursuit ease. A committee to convey tbe combin nalism they ought ten have it. There baying traveled 32 miles to the scene. J? .medicinal qualities of health or phasur. I never say anything like it in ths way of scraps from the table; and all with such a CjotiitiDrof The of Iheao wale re are) too ed gift to tbe President wilt leave forWash- - masked foliage, outside well known to lae people of Central Keatukrlo is certainly none to us,who without edAn ansscceasJal attempt was made our own ttHAlIlA Sill lha anldat ns sn I It a I jbs neeal adeeerlntlon mt ihalr lfr IftBJVUI Mlf'I'CtaKl aatf IUO XVJVJ H41UI SlCIgH I Ing in a few days. The presentation ad ifn Mw.M.iju ed American "forests primeval." Passing tsaedby perfect The rate of board will U rraaousbl. lor farther itorial assistance issue twice a week Saturday night at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, dress will be that we I oaurmauon, apple to me at Irtlne, Kr. made by Col. W. O, Bradley, through this scene of beauty, all iiaitimore, to steal toe body of Mrs. David that giant shall none of us soon forget the happy ocand print all at home., 'S.X. VKACUCK. tbe "eagle orator" of Kentucky, and one of trees and green turf and Moses, tbe Fat Woman, just interred casion. If the devil thought to spoil our the "Big Four" at Chicago in 1889. In the An astuto writer says that of tho Williams and his wife, liring deer can make it, we entered the palace sport that day by spoiling the weather, be tea States to hold elections next Tues- on a farm in Henry County, Ohio, were delivery of the address it is expected that grounds proper, where to our joy we found was baffled. And ss we walked to the Bods & Loungos, Bod Springs Col. Bradley will surpass any and all of his our Kentucky friends, also trusting for a station under tbe great horse chestnuts, day, the democrats will probably car- murdered by robbers. A babe lying on Mattroseoe, tbe bed was very nearly starved to death hitherto brilliant and powerful achieve pleasant day. Miss Coralie Walker, Miss ry Connecticut, Maryland, Massachu''buckknocking down tbe prickley-hull- ed ments in the oratorical. Tbe presentation Annie Cecil and our dear before tho mtuder was discovered. TultBurnam eyes" for the children to open snd approsetts, Mississippi, New Jersey and The Frankfort grand jury found that proceedings will no doubt be of Intense greeted ns merrily. You know we had a Sofas and Chairs and Everything Hr York. The republicans will carry the penitentiary which convicts E. Interest, and your correspondent baa pledg- a good time. Tbe rain continued to fall, priate, until their bulging pockets would BURNSIDE, loncbiff to a Flrst-el- a Fur so much bold no more of the mahogany-colorenlturo Store. Minnesota and Nebraska. Pennsyl- dread, was in "a condition to elicit admira- ed himself to he present and send a special but we didn't mind It while exploring the the bright aun ahone out like a vania and Virginia are placed in the tion and praise," but the county fall is "a telegraphic account of the affair to Tub curiosities of the palace undercover; and treasures; This Old Intebiob Journal in advance of the dal- when we wished to walk about the grounds amile from our loving heavenly Father's I'rlccM hh Low km Anybody's,. stench in the nostrils of Christianity." doubtful column, with the chances in Maintains He'was welt pteoed face, telling us that High resident Arthur inclines to the belief ly papers, even if to do this it becomes nec- it held up till we were safely housed again. because we had alt gained a victory for favor of tho democrats in both ot that Internal taxation h to be still further essary to subsidize every wire and operator Not one of us had anything but the very ANDi --VALUABLEthem. Him over His arch enemy. And we rode reduced, the tax should be removed from in the univerre. "best of times," and faith had its reward of borne, our various ways by rail "happy as Its Proprietor is Sttera1ae4 thai Tnc completion of tho Kansas Ctiy spirits and tobacco, but he has not yet de " down here and I doubt not, larks." Praise the LORD for another inMost Ray in Crab Orchard. it Shall be Second to ho Conatrr & Memphis R. R. is an important cided to make Bucb'a recommendation m Editor Inttrlor Jeurnab when "settlement day" comes we shall hear zioiei in mo oiaie is its structive and pleasant day of Uingrees. i As a citizen of Lincoln county, too' again of the Hampton Court victory over ovent iu the railway world as it shortSALE. rriiwiBBBii, j-- a ten without a pang of discontent or upbraiding tion to Comfort of Thirty , clerks have been employed in not a resident of Crab Orchard, I feel it in the "ruler of tbe darkness of this age." A ens the distance between the Wett and conscience. I offer at prtnto sals njr firm ofatout 300 arm. their QaesU. the Internal Revenue Office in some sense a duty to contradict the preju- trifle this may seem to some, but thus, in about on mlla below Oct. 4. The meeting at Bexley Heath In Uarrard, largo cuiisio boum or Camp Dick Kob- South many miles. Tho road is now since May 1, examining the Washington, luaou.wun slaht rooms, In claims for re- dicial reports of Mose Ray concerning his the little things of daily life, eternal "his-tor- y closed with 25 confessions and a muiuuc .it. ivir, n ana naga-awill he coateted ts as raa Ueseei splendidly equipped and is already do- bate for tobacco taxes. There are 40,153 trouble and treatment there. As an eye Is made." One has a queer feeling, ths liaJ fertile ana lo ado tuio or cultltailon. free of charge. Npeclal acrotaMOdalloaa te ing a large business. Information as such claims, varying in amount from $10 witness to his fight, or better to say, hit stepping upon ground where historical feet crowded bouse; 105 In all, but no telling In lerur about IM buahels ttpscll. Too turnpike to Commercial Trattlcre. Ths Her will he numbers ingalbercd what good ha result- alwaje easslled tilth ths eksdesst to Islington to rates and schedules can bo had by to $18, 000. bluff, and his trial, I am free to say hia enhave trodden for centuries; and this grand ed. Altogether It ha been the pleasanteat from IlanTllls the location Is runs through ihlakraals of Lltesrs sad Olgsra. farm, au4 ths eerrcoorroleut. AlCongressman u w Km, a pari 01 mo u. M. joneo larin, on Ih Hewitt, of New York , tire statement is false, and maliciously so. palace frontage, aa I mused strolling about meeting In England, for addressing J. E. Lockwood, general the unbroken same rtlke. aillolulns tho aboto. Tha has rectbed ' special attention from the He wss not knocked in the bead with an it, soon became a panorama of imaginings. will dlrlded to suit purchaa. harmony and apmpaiby of all. We part ers. tx sold as a whole, oralaa passenger and ticket agent, Kansas Sultan, In The tuirtbaaer will Constantinople, ilia Majesty ax; but after an unprovoked attack on J, First, its builder, Wolscy, the imperious . .... haa th miiLm ia ed good friend with the pastors, and more ...l ak- - ".I I.. II ...T s iiw luv uiaiuici, una ran uareiuoreu. DANVILLE Also ; City. told Mr. Hewitt that he was very fond of F. Carson, daring and taunting him to fight prelate, with the aurroundings of a monmo aboririleacrllwd proii. anointed for bodily healing than In any Iauiainarai suiomios IniproTvinents. In the Intersection o jr. with fair me American Nation, because it harbors him, and using every low epithet hU foul arch in his household. Then "Bluff King AccORDiNd to custom President Daatlllo place thu far. We hall this a a revival ths about U and Uuena VlaU turnpikes, lontala-lo- g A small IracloUl tongue could command and half articulate, Hal," its first royal owner, whose character of the second part of the ministry of God's Jolnloa landsacres. Dunn. Alan a at on. acre, ad Arthur has issued a proclamation set- no deilgns against hia Empire. of T. km. in It turns out that the story about the and menanclng Carson with a half drawn aa depicted in a sentence by our own Peter tho town of UrjrantBTllle, a warehouta uear Ih de November 291b ting suffering. poi in uiocuicr, a uuriai lot in trie Lancaster rem. editor of a Flemingiburg, Ky., paper kill-In- g pistol, he was slapped on the cheek and Parley has stuck to my memory through love to the dc Thursday for packing up at dear old eterr, liberalAll to shots propcrtr will be sold on But come as a day of thanksgiving. two men, is a hoax. terr But the side of the head with the side of a hatchet all after reading of English history: "This 102 Sbacklewell Lane and off for Scotland ouornuurrao lerma. lor limber particulars call is MKH KKI.K. and his party have to think of it, he e habit among all Kentucky editors by Carson. As richly deserted because as royal vlllian bad six wive. One died a Sep. IS tf tlrrantiTllle, Kr. mighty little to be thankful for and of killing one or two men a year, gave such willfully provoked a blow was never ad- natural death; he beheaded two; divorced Friday, D. V. Ever in Jesus, Geo. O, Barnes. will havo still Iese after tho elections an air of probability to the canard that It ministered; nor was he "then rushed upon two others and one outlived him." Bloody was received without question. ! Dt successor and then Queen Post. and robbed of two pistols and three hun Mary was a next week. Ihf IIIIT. !?o preparation Umm kiiuaiijrrMpu(wriuafk. Since September 1 the poatoffice de dred dollars," but was promptly arrested Bess, of wondrous fame, by retributive any fabric ropularfrlrrra-- Manufacturers of ln? , Loud Coleridub has sailed for partment has furnished luatmaeters 290.- - and disarmed by tbe atltowprknnlilicil. n Mr Fall and Winter stock of Ullllorrr now sr marshal, W. T. Saun stroke at last succeeding him, though taniual JIHIaiL, A Illomn, homo and tho legal fraternity breathes 020,104 postage stamps, 80,359,G0O stamped ders, who took from his pants KatabllalmlSOyejira. bul.l l.y all riling Is lb fullest snd handsomest I bat srei pocket the daughter of the very Anne Boleyn, whom Di uifsUU.Matlwicri a Nw Aa ft. had, and Until the attention of Ibo ladles to It easier. They hav'at known for a envelopes, and 74,085,250 postal cards, or a one pistol the blow had caused him to drop be had slain to make way for a newer fan eonSdenl that lean pleats the moat fastidious. Doors, Ninth, IlllatlH, vVlHtlaw Thanking iuj lileodt lor tbclr liberal patronsg ol month what hour they would havo to total of 452,271,014 pieces, of the accre- - back in his pocket. He was then taken to cy. I hen J ames VI, of Scotland and 1st of si gate value of $8,520,540. This enormous the police Judge's office and tried the pail, I earncstlr aik a continuance. England, ysln and weak and obstinate, but dive down into their pockets to pay HHtl Door I'VHiueit, IM-HUH. KA TK It UV It Kit A It, issue was made upon 114,051 requisitions ly with Carson for breach and disturbance ever blessed In having hi name linked for a banquet in his honor. fiom postmasters. of tbe peace. Carson was properly acquit with the English bible we have iu all our Ncroll Ntw Gen. Gassius M. Clay in a letter J. C. Eads, who wss in jail under a ted, the jury finding from tbe testimony hands Then Charles I, martyr with to tho New York Sun favors tho nom- sentence of 70 days for disturbing public that Ray was in the act of drawing his pis- some tyrant with others, but rightly or Work, THrit- HoHiatonathlc l'hjslclan, ination of Judge Hoadly fur tho pros worship and carrying concealed weapons, tol in close proximity to Carson when he wrongly, slain by the stern and valiant idency, sinco Tilden absolutely refuses ecaped Friday night. John Willson went struck Ray. lUy had continued to drink men who would not submit to oppression, iBwaWf JaWft(p jF fsHafin IAN VIXLK, - -- J KENTUCKY. liifr I.Hlho Werk, Into the Jail to build a fire and left the while the trial was going on, and when fin- even sanctioned by a claim of jurtduino BBBVAj9esWih jth LaWSBBsaBBV to bo a candidate under any state of door open lltlftlftDM. (lnisna lianas affirsa nnn. rVnlril and the prisoner, who was In ed tea dollars and costs by the jury, he And Cromwell, the mighty Commoner, Nat lUQk. fineclil saLLanLlua tit dlavuai ofwouin I'leorlHg, CelliHfc.Weatk- case. the hall, stepped out and left John. .aaJ',cBillie!. ycaaaSBBSaT n made a display of his money and in drunk raised to the throne; and Charles II, aoU cbilJrett br Hit rait elaktMO year. iJtWSuj SaBaaTarsaM K.aS"SJSaaBBBBPiaaBVtrv i. Co mp ton's wife dropped dead at her en insolence had frequently dissolute, iiaklog a harem of these Pint. Thompson, having aired his interrupted the erbeHrtUiig, DrcttMetl Lumber, n frJ snslsatr court. His trial was then called for palace walls; and Jsme II, too bigoted and fjBpJaVssaalfjaWSpSaTit opinions on tho speakership question, reside Tuesday. Cause, heart diseaee k jaaaVaiaU bowersel JCeporter. carrying concealed deadly weapons and the obstinate to keep his crown; and William the Boston Herald anxiously asks that And other An old white mule called Mezbiue. jury gave him the lowest penalty twenty-fiv- e of Orange, with his gentle Mary, reigning ho enlighten tho world ae to his views long the property of A suitable reward will b. hiU lor Information the Government, has leading lo Ih detection ol dollars and tea dare In all. R. II. jointly; and simple Queea Anne; and then Pnrlnna on tho Sixth Commandment. J a t (A. U. rudletou, rVira. OQlltlnO become the subject of sn official order from Uroua ugb, than whom no kinder or more the GeorgM- -I, 1 1 tail, indoreer) II III. How they all snd reootery of our laces, whlcr Secretary Lincoln. Iteporta differ as to humane gentleman enjoys tbe perfect started up from their graves and once more shs did not account (or wbrn our eout It The republicans of Ic wa only elect 8t an lord thru years sgo. when host of walked In the garden and tenanted the Alto Pesters In a Governor by 2,000 majority, This ment the rid lellow went into the Govern- trust and highest esteem of t CO., J. H. itVLIXU Chliago, III icrvlce. There Is no doubt of his friends, asked of the court that ha might state apartment and gay audience aad hows tho direction of the wiud, when having gone through the Mexican war, and take the prlsoeer to Mr. A, J. Blgler's store wept in cavalcade out of tbe gats and we remember that the State has gone General Sherman Is under the impression and deposit la his safe the money I'HlI HHtl H'lHtcr he gathered for feast la tbe great banqueting ! Though ahakentaetenrioiiit andflber Wlta that he saw as much as 100,000 republican, blm at Fort Morgan In was so careless with, which request Judge hall Bd lived their little or great day a fcref aad ague, P aniteiw irifiiirTaa.tt.0 system may Ttt be freed from Ih sssvlaT Call onus or writs for prices Ws keep a targe TnB taxablo profwfty of the twelve 1812. A tradition has come down from Pettus sanctioned aad Ray consented to. we all must do, and weetaway. to await MoHiarJi Mil' But time wllb iloatetter'aagainst stock aad will do ur beet to pleas you la prices tbe days of General Jackson, which tbe At Sigler's be gave up two hundred the great aettleaiMt, where It will HttU It vrlttt frutect tes. bcBoaceut lb system ciouthera States Imm increased KM0, soldiers firmly believe, I hats on band and am dally recti tine a beautU au4 quality ot material, ekM which Is that Meilque was aad tea dollars, where it was deposited matter a to final award what sort of ful end complete Ho of 'ablnable Vllllllnerr, to fuoherwor a supreme remedy fur liter 707,028 iu four years. Kentucky's left at Hlg Boring fn 1810. Secretary Lin and cared for for him. It was then near clothing which 1 lutll Ibealteollou of tbe ladles. I bats cemplawt, constipation, Uysjwpsla, dcblll-4- t, covered or rag kidney troubles aad taken satraordlnarr ualo tin He selection and am HASVitiLK I'l.ASIMl HIU, CO rhawmatlsu, ouaowttls new, 9371,551,079 against coin has ordered that he "kepi and well 0 o'clock r. K, Saturday night, and K. the outsr into; or whether the bead press-- 1 coaadest thataa examination Is all that la ucce. Oewr attmeat. aary lo a purchase. Call and tee us. by alf Imjf 1st sad Deata er W18,O37,87giP1870. cired for so loug as he lives." II. llrosavufh voltialmtK to jro on Kay' ed iilllowef down or a truss of straw Hut J 1S71 armmiij. MISS HKLLK. HVUHW. Pautllle, Xy, - In aotta eolHtnn we publish Br. Cx's card retiring from the editorial Ve-ar'- n e "NOW WHAT DO YOU SIT ?" e horse-chestn- For Dollar par-pos- e. con-du- tern-per- BOOT and SHOE FACTORY, The Smell Boot and fffcte styled' "TPEE BEST I1Y AMERICA ia jcoiir Bruce, Warren Co. TO THE PUBLIC cmiiviiiva.i BUllOKON DKNTIMT, eight-year-ol- d Re-uni- ins ATTOIlNEy un-le- ul ul ir.ii. ENTERPRISE Grocery. FurnlturE. - GEO.D.BURDETT Undertakers' GooIh cto OO., Imucu.stcr, Kentucky, B. K. WEAKEN. horse-chestnu- ts -- ESTILL SPRINGS! V. 1 Anothor of Furniture, Sets, and God-pla- mm si sa PflriOr and Chamber . there-Georg- e nobly-sntlere- d '"" MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. II. Prop? and Well Known Hotel Still Its Reputation, "100-fold- sight-seein- Garrard Co. Lands TOR a rut, ia tiia I '-- apart-Thursda- well-kno- J. PLANING MILL COMPANY lYIILLIIMERY mM - it-- con-joi- ' IfOSlllT tf MeN Mt. T. H. KMITlf, Inn, Har-rlao- band-som- e, iEaaawwaaks'1 Information Wanted. lire Building Material Farming Iminbor &iTTifs r IvHIdtlalllMERY! e is Ttt ii r-- r. juat above the collar bone In front and came OK-AIaPTEalFout at the back of hia neck. Taylor bears A A a bad reputation among his neighbor and la th p reille. efcaeters o( this tralhfal Mttotj w hi- - endeaforKt to Instruct and to ylnws it la their opinion that he was born lo be that w hav ksn akeeen'al In thli wssre amply susorsj. Ths Qrest Southern Eaeoiltlon, now admiration that he returned with his right hung. Taewlay Morning, boot on his left foot and riee rtxsa. One of drawing to a cIom, has attraetsJ mnltltadesol Men, women and children t Lonl still, who liars Br. Cox' faledictorf, our most elegant young gentlemen ha beWith these few words, I retire from edi come a monomaniac on the euhject of ath- torial connection with the Apostolic Thntt- - been amply rfld lor Ihelr trautil and expense la eomlng bars. Our sUis hu been t.AN. LOCAL letics and I reported to have undertaken a Hall train going North Ths reason for this act is that In lbs thronged la aH Ita depstjmsnts. W hat mad many new IrlsnJs sad bars, very naturally, doe an " " South few dtya since to disturb Ihe phlegm of Judgment of the proprietor aad managing I Ot A. . ANU CROP. Kirre. train" (tooth. LAND.STOCK staid and stalely Danville by a street per- editor of Ihe Timet my writings, as an edit ImmstMS boslnste. rrsos who hsr patronltsd us this srsson UI eonllnnsto do so Aa latins, J a ' ' Norn.. ,13 A.M. New atock of mena' and boy' overcoat Tim Kngleman sold to Tom Wood 14 formance In which he achieved a jnat received by Edmlaton A Owaley. or, have been damaging to the paper. W gets them full valas for thetr eanx wsbsr sold thea clothing ol "oar own manalseturs." LOCAL NOTICES. head 1,200-lb- . cattle at 4L leap over the dash of his buggy lo the great I presume the precise damaging fact in Yeapen and MlssKllia Mr. JohnS. J. A. Harris A Bon bought of O. Or delight of Ihe spectator and the detriment my writing Is my leaching as to the mean mousy; ws hsrs ptessod thtm; wa bar satisfied them, and w bar their promt to eall and te ui Bur Paihts of Penny A McAIIster. A. Hall were married laat Friday at Mr, man51,18l-lb.ciUleat4- , of his trowser. fJcnooi. Hooks at MclloUtli n J Hl)wV. Ing of Ihe death of Christ that It is a per M. YeadonV which fth P. P. Nunnelley bought another car Ammunition o( all kinds t McltoUrU Jo. fect aatiafaction for the believer' sins, and ttln; and wa know thsy will do so when they And out ws hsvs mlircprosentAt nothing, BOYLE COUNTT. A HUf fta. I AM. prepared lo deliver oyatera by the load of hog yesterday at 4 cents, therefore the only reason for which God "wear anj tear" of th goods will prove. To the gentlemen who bar patronlrM oar Merchant Tat- Dan r We. It, U. A E. P. Wood sold lo Ben Bob Nioic atook of Llrthdar carde at Penny A gallon or can anywhere In town on hort forgives or tela go the punishment of them. An awful rumor Is In the air at this McAIIeter. Inson 20 head 1,5001b, cattle at 6 cent. orlng Department, ws wish to ssyt their mesanres are kept on record, and ths sans good III esn be A (o "baptism for the remission of sins," t Mo notice. 8. 8. Mytr. Colt's Doulila Ilreecli-lnadlDecember wheat jumped to 05 Satur- writing that the high tea cpedemlc, which I do not believe it is Ihe ordinance which iii Itobert A rHafg's. HlHK. At the aollcitatlon of the young day and corn advanced a cent a buahel. wa thought to have spent It force, la like- la bad anr tlm afterwards, u tbt patterns by which lb salt or ferments ars cut sr preserved for for the remission of sins, or that for Standard read mtied paint at Mo folk, the Ilink will be opened Friday night At a sale in Woodford, hog sold at ly to break out afresh and in a very dan which God grants pardon, but for Christ's HoWrUAHta-g'- a. ' futon orders, $455 per cwt hay $9 per ton, and corn gerou form. Jos. Haas Hog Cholera Care. Feanj Beit for a abort season. death alone which ia represented in baptlam Gentlemen who bar left "standing measures" an respectfully Informed that whenever It suits Rev. T. P. Hale, of the Baptist church, and which I the sole object of faith. I A MeAlltter to! stents. LmiiTNiNO killed two boraeaand one in field $1.00. V can ell you a gun any where froa George Carroll, a wide awake and en I holding a protracted meeting, assisted am unable to believe that baptism changes mute belonging to Tim Gogleman during their pleuurs to wrlU for ssmpUs of pices foods, with prtfo list and fashion plate, their favor shall, $4 to 7S. Mc Roberts A BUig. terprtfing young farmer of Montgomery, by Rer. F. D. Hale, of Louisville. Rer. God's mind towards the tinner, or that it the etorm Thurtday morning. week E, M. Green preached at the Walnut St new Mock of every thing la Uie Brand sold hi lot of 100 head of cattle last justifies him In Justifying the ungodly, receive prompt attention, and any order ws may b tiTored wtth'sbsll hav oar best attsntlos and b ) ewelry 11m at Penny A McAlleter's. Wonderful, That Klaa will aell you to Lehman, of Baltimore, for OJ cent per M. E. church Sunday morning and even Nevertheless, the obligation of the believ- forwarde4byexreorothefwlM"-'ffM.Watch as, Clocki and Jewelry repaired quilt lining at 4 cent peryrd and beat pound. The lot will avenge 1,000 lb. " Ing. To theladlss.aeeoDpanled by their boys, or listen ing sinner to be baptized ia absolute; and and warranted by Penny A McAIIster. 10 cent per pound. Meiers. D. W. Jones, G. B. Woodcock, cotlon batting at Clark County Democrat. he who rrjtclt it because it is not the atone- with their little brothers, who hare so geeerouily petrontuxl us, we citend a, cordial Foh coughs, cold, Ac, un Compound to Daa Miller report! a email crowd at & W. Galtaklll and R. W. Neel. who re ment, itself need IIemkmder we mike a specialty of good Syrup White l'lae. Put up in 25o and 60o new heart, not baptlam. come agsln; we shall alwaya endeavor to make their eall both plcusnf ood prod table. but thing sold well. Two, cently went lo Chattanooga with a view of bottle. Trial aits IOo. Molloberta A In quantity and can guarantee you lower Portman' sale, I am conscientious in bit faith. I call HuIn that city mule brought $93 each; 2 year eetabliahing a banktng-hoosprice than any one. Bright A Cuaran, To ona snd all ws extend oar thanks, aad trust that tho Great Merchant Tailoring and Clothing God to witness the truth. I can not write ling mule $80; mule coll $80 and $14; returned Saturday evening. Although the what I do not believe. I look to Christ PERSONAL. Convinced That here in Stanford, Br Ky.,-- J. establishment of Louts-Ill- s, Winter Co.,-be remembered by sll with pleasure and cow from $30 to $57; yearling cattle $29; 2 arrangement have not been fully completalone lo save me; and not money or the Mks. Hiblbr, of lltoomlDgloB, nfc at D. Klaa' ttor yon can buy good at re 2 satisfaction. "Aurtnlr." ed, It ia altogether probable that the gen$20.80; yearling and MUs UaU Hughes, ii -- tsltlr. Mrs. J. M. tall cheaper than you tan in Loultville or heifen $20 to $31 25; sow and 6 or 0 plgi tlemen named will open a deposit bank praise of men. If I were lo write what I Very respectfully, r. WIIST-- .E &c do not believe I should put myself under Cincinnati. Wray. $13 to $14; 20 good ewe M 80 per head; 20 about the lat of January, with a capital of LoulsTllle, Ky. the righteous wrath of God. Mr. anu Mrs. 0. II. Enoleman and Don't Fail lovlait KlaV lore daring common $2.50 and 15 lamb at 80 cent. at leut $100,000. My little monthly "ThingtNtvo and Old' yes Circuit Court and buy your Fall and Win The farm near McKlnney wa withdrawn Ueor P, Bright went to Louls-lll- e At Ihe aale of Captain Jacob Funk' wss not born of evil intentions lo my terday. will aell them lower than at $34. personally on Friday good yearlings ateen ter good. He brethren. If there were a selfish motive In and Mollie the loweat. Liu a Komi-to- n Mimes sold at $5.05 per cwl.; soms high grade LINCOLN COUNTf. me in connection with the paper, I was not an. Brooks, of Crab Orcbard, are with MIm heifen at $155; brood sows, 12 or 14 in A Cuattanoooa dlipatch aav that Col. Crab Orchard. and I am not conscious of It. I wish lo Ssllie Clrteo. number, at $12 per bead; 2 good milk cow D. W. Jonea and O. II. Woodcock, of Dan spend the few remaining days of my eveMr. Sim Robinson's little daughter Must. 8ts.la ,Au Leua Mabkbdu vlllr, and O. W. Galtaklll, of Winchester, $53 and $55 each; corn In the field sold at ning of life to Ihe glory of God, and for the Besslo 1 very low with ferer and not ex lalling Jin. NY, of Lancaster, hafe been $1.C0, $1.70 and $1.00 by the shock; 1 sor "" are there to eatabllih a bank with f 100, pected lo live. good of thone who lore Him. I desired to (I. W. Alford. rel rockaway mare $168; 1 sorrel filly, 3 000 capital. Mr. a. Mc. Holmes' new limne near year old, $100; 10 atacka of timothy hay furniih a few page monthly in which the Mim Leer Boole who hu been be emChrlal In; school In (Jarrsrd, pawed through to The Great Southern Kxpoaltion will town la almost completed. Mr. George at an average of 23c per cwl. Mr. Funk perfect atonement of of sin,"ahould the bephasized as the "end ard cloce next Saturday week, the 10th. If Holme ha completed and moved Into hi sold -- liealer In- her home. Saturday. at private sale to Cecil A Owen 40 ginning of the life of holy communion you havn't already been, "don't let your new house. Ml Lily Mixsick, who Lu been ?! good Berkshire hogs, averaging 278 lba. at with God, and that ita good work might trickery show per- 4 A little Itint her slater, Mr. J. II. Kocker, return chance like lunbeam paai you by," but cent. W. F. Davla sold to Prewllt A be urged on the reader without the presformed here Saturday night. It wa a com- Webb on Monday 43 go by all mean. yntterdar. ed lo Danville ahoats ence of extraneous matter to neutralize the They advertisMrs. Allrn Duncan, of Nlcholaa Two freight car and a cabooae Jumped plete humbug we are told. at 4 cent. Cecil A Owens bought laat trutb, 1 shall still do my best, by the vlllt, formerly MIm Georgia Proctor, Ii tho the track and turned over down an embank ed largely and the cltltena ought to have week of Charles T. Worthioglon 50 light grace of God, to make the little pnper and feathered them for swindling weight hogs and ahoats at 3 guest of MIm Mary E. Owsley. menl near Willlamaburg Friday, lerioualy tarred around. worthy of the patronage of all who love our the people a they did. Mr. John L. Boslet longs to wounding Conductor John Sullivan. The Mr. Boyle O. Rode, of this place, con Lord Jeaua Christ. MI Jennie Kennedy will aoon begin disciple of Blacketone and will begin the expre doe here at waa delayed templates an extensive Europoan tour in a A. -- . Whether I succeed lies not with me, but taking art lessons, Misa Annie Holme be abort time. He ituJy of law under Hill A Alcorn at once. till 11:15. will be absent about eight with God. The offense of the cross will gan laat week. Several day ago we were " Mrs. Portman, Hint Llitie and each of corn and oat were ahown some specimens in art by Mn. Bet' months. Mr. Wilson, the new proprietor never cease in this world. Whether the A car-loaKhoda Portman, Mra. V. H. Miller, MIm Ml, Vernon Friday and the tie Buchanan, one of Misa Mollie Brooke' of the Central Hotel, will take possession time has come to beein the work which I wrecked near m Tda and Liuie Twidwell went to the grain wo put up at auction by Road Ma on tho lit of November. Col. Duke and propose, is for God to determine. For the pupils. They were indeed beauties. Exposition yet'.erdv his daughter, Mn. Wm. Kenney, of Pans, times, for all things, are in Him, even the ter Will Browning and aold to A. T. Nun Mr. E. W. Jones haa purchased the went to Louisville on Tuesday. Mr. Geo budding times for all thine. To Him Hon. James II. McCreart, who made neller for $140. The mixture will make property on Lancaster street owned by Bohon , of Harrodiburg, waa in town Mon- whose compassion to me bas been precious Kentucky one of the best Oovernora the feed. and wonderful, I submit cheerfully; for He Messrs. Stephen Burch and James Gilker- - day. Rer. ever had and who can fill with credit any John M. Bruce, of Stanford, has said: "Not I will not leare thee; no, not At $2. per year the Interior Journal son. Mr. Howard haa rented the store ia spending a few days with his brother, I will not forsake thee!" May the grace of auk at the bandi of the position he may rxonle. U In town. Ther do ray that he la the loweat priced paper In the State pub room formerly occupied by Buchanan A Mr. J. L. Bruce. Mr. Frank K. Smith, Lord Jesus Christ be with ail who love J. W. Cox. ha hie eye fixed on representing tbii dls liahed out aide of Louliville. You ca n get Newland and la having some repairs done. who formerly bad charge of the telegraph Him. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 20, 1883. tnct ia Congress and if he become a can It at that figure by aubrcriblDg at once. He will move his dry goods thereto as soon offlce at this place, is now the railroad agt. Don't fail to call when you come to Court a the home I completed. didale be will be a formidable one. at New River, Tenn., on the Cincinnati XEW Saw Mrs. Llna Saunders ia visiting Mrs. Mills, next Monday, pay np old data and give ua Southern. Frank has many friend In LOCAL MATTERS. Liuie Shumate at Paint Lick. Miasea An- Danville. Dr. Fayette Dunlap will leave $2 for another year' eutucriptlon. Brown Cotton at Klasa' for C cent per HOJV. A. O. TALBOTT, Cheat Kates. The L. A N. advertlae nie and Jennie Buchanan are attendiog the In a few daya for New York and PhiladelIn fact, all 1. lasts Farming Implemeals aHd.'AericuKnral yard. that on Nov. 3d, It will aell round trip Louisville Exposition. Misses Mamie Ste- phia, where he will attend medical lecture 01 Bojle, Is a candidate for Speaker ol the next Keep oh Lunula ike Largest Stock ofsucli gooda to be phenson, of Richmond, and Sallle Tanner, the coming winter. Miss Bello Peterson, IIoum of CitcArerr pumps in town atT. It. Wal ticket to the Exposition From Crab Or feuad Ccatral KcatHcky, prices tfcat will compare ton's. chard and atatlon a far north a Pen- - of McKlnney, are the guesla of Mrs. Will of Louliville, is atill here canvassing for favorably vrltk tkeHO any dealer aaywkcrc. The Stanford Tom Stephenson, Mrs. Kate Chadwlck ha her new book, "A Bird Without a Name." Bright A nick, present ntt rat from Crab Orchard, WAKTEDl-Ir- lah Potatow. Misa Louanna Mr. Wm. Buckland, of Warren, $3.45; diatance, 115 mile; propoeed rate, returned from a visit to Ohio, waa Curraa.' $1 25, and on the 4th from James. Miss Nannie Pettus, of Somerset, here last week with a view of purchasing $1.50; Stanford, Nice lot cake and cracker at T. It. Jelico and station aa far north a Gum is visiting Mn. Dr. Pettui. Mr. T. W. property and removing here with his famiWalton'. Will open Sulphur, present net rate from Jelico, $0. Nspier and wife have gone to Texas to ly, MNs Nora Gtvens, who has been visitLarok lot of carpet warp for tale by T 05; distance, 201 miler; proposed rate, $2; live. Mn, Hannah Steger, ia the guest of ing her couiin, Mn. W. E. McAfee, of FIUDAY 2VIGDT. OCT. SND. It, Walton. haa returned. Mia Laura Guest ia from London, $1.75; from Livingston, Mrs. Stephen Burch, near your city. Everybody i invited to be present at rliiting Mra. R N. Ewell at 819 Preston $1.50. Yoo fled at Kiae' good bleached cotlon the Christian church next Wednesday House t 0 cent per yard. The Circuit Court haa done compara- night for the purpose of organizing a pray- street, Louisville. Mr. Robert Harding was in Nicholsaville nearly all week aa one I havk --00,000 good brick for sale. Hen tively notblnir elnce our laat report. The er meeting. Rev. John M. Bruce wilt of the counsel for plaintiff In the celebraScaled proposals will be recel'ed by the Directflvll auit of Jones v. Yowell occupied two conduct a prayer meeting at the Bsptiit Ilaughaan, Stanford. day and resulted in a verdict for Jone. church next Friday night and on Saturday ted horse poisoning case of Hemphill vs. or of the Stanford Opera House till Woreni. will be opened A NKW etock of clothing ber 10. 18S3, for Its of Tears If ona Tear, with Jime Vernon, who waa indicted for sell will begin a protracted meeting there. The Miller, which resulted in a hung jury. Mr. ths nrlTllen or a term rental for mutuallr surreed t.uy'by'KJ!.tonAOwaie-- . be ing a drink tu Schegel Milch, wa tried meeting at the Christian church closed last E. Bobo, traveling passenger agent for the upon. Hoods with approTed security willmay re or Ohio A Mississippi Railroad, was in town quires oi ineiesees. ise rign w nject beet yesterday and acquitted. The case agalnit Bur the Gale Chilled Plow-t- he Friday night with 25 additions. Seven 8atuiday. Mr. Bobo olTen special induce- all bids reserved. Direct letters to the Board, caiout 1FAI.TOX, II'. Dudley Vaught for the murder .of 0. O by letter, seven restored and eleven by conand ehespeat of T. R. Walton. Stanford.Ky. ItMt western emigrants. Hi head Cookendorfer, waa called yesterday after fession. Bsptixing at the Springs pond last ments to largeat (lock of boot in town are Tu- noon and the following panel secured from Friday afternoon. Three of the converts quartera are at Junction City. Col. C. E. for aalo by Edmtetoa & Owelty. the regular Jnry: W. M. HIggtna, G. C. were not there prepared to be baptized. Bowman, Commissioner of Agriculture,waa of Chenault, Betertnct A Co., 8 U -- lord, Ky., BrxutpiD lot of Preach and fancy can Given, B. F. Powell, John Anderson, It. They will be baptized the eecond Sundar in town Saturday and Sunday. The re- LU ma grets of the Colonel's non retention aa Com G.Collier, L.L. Dawson, J. D. Butin, Geo. afternoon in November. die Jatt received by T. It. Walton. Sc GO.. M. missioner, teem to be universal among l, JotAbraham, Albert Smith, J. B. Importers and Jobbrri of Dry QooJi, Kotlona, Ac what Bruce, Warren A Co. ay Head those who know the man and how effectuHustonnlle. eph Swope and W. F. McCIiry. The tesaw D4V, oti Aiam oimt, vor. oixid. about the celebrated Buell Boot and thoe timony will be taken this morning. Welch The health of M.S. Peyton is still ally he haa attended the duties of the of" LOTJISVIZiliE, KV. tnthleweek. A Raufl-- y and J. B. Paxton will repreernt very infirm and great anxiety is felt as to fice. Ilia term expire ou the 1st of January next, when ho will return to Danville to W hare the largeat atock of ladle' the accused and It. C. Warren will bold a' the result. 3EThere are whispers on the breeze of a live. Mr. M. C. Thurman, State agent for G-- cloak, dolmeoe and circular In the city. lone hand for the Commonwealth. coming boom in the matrimonial market. Sayre & Scovillc, extensive buggy manuKtrtuaaTSEdmUtonAOwley. Clerk please note this. DEATHS facturer, went to Cincinnati Monday on Ss Co-- IE and ee the biggest and cheapeet Misses Lucy and Kate Bogle left yet business connected with hi firm. Mr. Jas. Mrs. Mary A., wife of Este Marsh LoulSf tils, KT., O., and Indianapolis, line of Cooking and Heating Stove ever terday for northwestern Ohio, where the 8. Clarkson, of Lexington, who ha ship- Ind., dealers In Cincinnati, Sons', Decker IItm.', died laat week near King Mountain, aged Hlelnwar A brought to Stanford. Bright A Cur ran. IlalDM', J. A ped large quantities of turkeys to New Oo.'s ColUge, C. Fischer, Vom A Sons', Baldwin 70, after a year of Intense suffering from latter propose to remain at school. Vprl.nl and Squirt I'lano Fortes; The novelty of the aeaton was the York and Boston foraevcral wlnten pist.is also the Estey, bhonlrjger and Utmlllon Organa. Mr. W. M. Ball ha aold hie half Inter cancer. to at Mr. and Mrs, II. T. Bush mourn Ihe breaking forth of the mn on Sunday last. here to commence operationa again a soon Instruments Mildfive price and terms 70asaU oar get eat In the St. Aaaph Hotel to Mr. Portman Don't jour ordera tUl price and terms. for $1,750, money to be paid 'January lit. los of their bright little daughter, Etta, Many of the younger children were aston- a Ihe weather turn colder. Mr. R. M. who died laat Friday after a long llloesr. ished, never having witnessed euch a phe- Sterns, of Hartford, Conn., general agent It is True that D. Klas will rell you a She waa 2J years of age and an exceeding nomenon. for the Accident Insurance Company of Tea Dollar auit ef clothe for Seven Dol ly loveable child. Wm. M. Carpenter, Jr., late of this that place wa at the Clemens House SatIan, and a Seven Dollar auit for Five Dol now of Mackinaw City, Mich., write place, urday, RELIGIOUS. law. , with glee, information of the advent on the MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Dcnrablo Rcsldeaco lu SlHH- a daughter. ILvvihu aecured the aervlee of Charle The meeting at Logan Creek closed 12th Inst., of hi ford. Managed by John B.fish. boy will all unite in three Kelley, I aia piepared to do all kindi of Sunday with 8 addition and at 1 o'clock The telegraph I will oflar at public auction to the highest hid -A heavy rain haa been falling all night. time three for "Mike." work in the ehoemaker'a line. A. T. the cxraverta were burled In baptlam. fine der, on tbs promise, ;oa water famine which waa so op There .will be no more complaint of scarciThe. Nunnelley. Rev. J. M. Bruce will begin a meeting MONDAY, NOVEMBER B, 1883, ty of water. next Friday night. After pressive here ha been to a great extent It Can't uk Denied that D. Klara has at Crab Orchard be asalited by Rev. II. T. relieved, especially to day. Grass ia growThe corps of engineers on the K. C. R, (County Court daj) between tho'.ouraof 11 a. K and 2 r. ., tba Dwelling House and Lot altuate juat recetved a eecond invoice of the largeat Monday he will ing rapidly and tboie who were belated It. have moved their office to Livingston on lha Northeast corner of Main and Mill streets, beat and cheapeet etock of Rood ever open DAnlela. in the town of BttnforJ, and now occupied br They are locating theewitches,round-hou- i Opt. W. r. MeKlnner. The Lot fronts il feet on Rev. II. O. Morrison, assisted by Rev, In sowing grain In consequence of the harded in any town In Central Kentucky. They will be engaged several Main street, twin dtatelf oppotlto the r'rancla l, ea. Ac. ness of the ground, are pressing the quesS. X, Hall, of Richmond, will begin a proand eitendsbsck that width about U0 feet. weeka down there until the road Is graded, Tbelinprof.uienU consist of a Urge two- -. tor jr The K. C. RiaJe another change yeater tracted meeting at the Metbodiat church en tion now. Is In town this trains dwelling tl 7 rooms, a good wall, coal bouse) Col. Sam M. Burdett No heavy transaction in ilock or real day. The train to Cincinnati now leave the night of Ihe 12th of November. and a new stabU. with stall rooms hi six horses. cash; remainder In three Titeiia: wtato have come to light. The merchant week. J, W. Miller, deputy county clerk, at 11 A. M. reaching there at 0 30 r. M. The Rev. Jno. It. James write that be haa equal lnstallinenta.wlth Interest from be doing a fair business. The lain Louliville. Mr. II. II. Joplln will data, fusseaslon tu be .lieu at anr time after freight train leiTt at 1.15 r. M. and ar- Just clorsd a meeting at Waco, teem to Title for Ksniaa. He goe to 10 Jjts trout sale. us or good.U. For further InBank is asserting luelf with quiet, cocfl-de- leave rive at 5 r. h. W. lllutlos, formation, apply to with 5 additions by baptism, one a man 50 Ky. dignity; and the mill, next In honor make bl home in that State. Miss Mag' J. n ALCOUX, will. lM-Good Shooting. Tom Itobinion and year old. He and Rev, Pond began a lcorc Executor of Alfred and importance, blow ita whistle a if In gie Adama la at Taint Lickr. Jim Owen went partridge hunting Fri meeting at Ullead, laat night. defiance of competition, and regardles of John W. llrown and wife occupy Mr. We acknowledge contributiona of one day, and cot 71 between them. Tom stigma which ha alway Wilber' property in Crab Orchard atreet. raon, who the most unust brought down 38 with 40 ehoti. Bob Mo dollar each from the following Jauiea J. White, deputy aheriu", lives in rested upon the molinarl&n tribe. Alieter killed 31 bird, four rabbit and have responded to the appeal for money to Many familiar with the place in for- the house recently occupied by M. C. Mil one dove with 40 ahol. The bird are ve- aend the Gospel Tent to Mr. Barne: W. mer days, will pause over the announce ler, Jr., Mr. Miller' family having moved Valuable Farm in Lincoln Ce. ry numerous andaald to be unmually tame. G. W., Mrs. W. G. W., Mr. R. 0. W., Mis who pass- to Louisville. Wm. T. Taylor now lives C. S., Stanford; ment of the death of Tim Ward, As Trustee) of Elisabeth llsllanj others, and In It, T. P. II., Mr..M. Some ecoadcrop apple of the early ed away a few day since. He wa an on Crab Orchard atreef. He recently pur pursuance of a Judgment rendered by ths Madison Mis J. D., M. II. O, Lancaster; Col. T. A. of Kllstbatu June variety, grown in the orchard of W. Irishman, without family or kindred, but chatted the house and lot from Mr. 0. W. Circuit Court, 1MJ, in the actionMsry Moore, Hall dc. and Thomas t. (Xilllns, Ac, va Covington; J. K, Bourbon county; W. paying f 250 therefor. Mr. W. W ths undersigned will on II. Bpradlln, of Itockcutle, have been lent M, Col. II. A, Lan widely known and generally esteemed for Adams, 1). Flab, The tree bore well R.a,J.TCynthlanej u by Mr. J. Weber nas been quite alck with bilious hla kindly spirit and amusing social quail WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7,1883, caster; Mrs. L. C. M. and Mn. M. E. O. la June aad b bow covered with a eeeoad Lexington. A Urge number attended hia remalna fever for several days. He i now convalea ?T! tie. Oder at public auction to (be highest bidder, on 1 nearly matured. It taku a wonderful crop able to alt up the premises, about the hour of II a. w., a tract Many of our exchange have kindly to the cemetery, where be was laid to rest, Ing. J. J. Thompson of land couUlntug 111 Acre. 1 H00U. aa country to produce two crop of a kind in copied lb appeal recently published la George M. Given has added hi name again. George Fish I Improving. 1'olew. Bald tract of land la situate) la Lincoln oae year, Frank Taylor was ahot in the neck by county. Kr.. about half war telweeu Stanford and thl paper, but It remained for our good to the Hat of our most worthy citizen. II Dansille, aud is ooqteul.nl to turnpikes and to An order from the City Council caa be friend of the Bowling Green OattUt to en- proposes to open a stable and embark la Bounce Hardin last Friday eight. Taylor UrlartownorHoutu Psavllla Depot, bas a com fortabla dvellUltf bouse and all neceuarr fellows: A the livery and rale bullae. Sam Rsld wa drinking- aad forced the difficulty. "Menu on It. Ills the same land whichluurufoobeyed or aot, a It aulla the Individual. It dorse u and the good cause, a la cow d occupied never enforce an order. Sis month ago Stanford ladr appeal through the Interior hu been crippling around on crutches, the TbU make the third time Taylor hu bees and haa been for aossral ysaramaJs ou a by Moore. Terms: Hal. will be credit of the owner of lot Journal for a contribution of one dollar result ot a fall incurred in the pursuit of ahot in the laat three month. The lest alx and twslra months; the purchaser llt be reaa edict wa lamed that quired to give bond with spprored security forth along depot ttreet ahoutd lay new pave aplee from the fi lends of Rer. George O. his lawful avocations. Coaelderable merl time was about two month since, when b paTU.nl of ths purchase money, to bass in bro anJeS-xtof- a ludwuent, Uarlug Two owner Innocently complied, Berne to aid him la purchasing a teat for ment ha been excited la this quarter over wa shot through ths breast. II was not from day of sal., with a ll.o retainedtVgal latere. Meat. until aU the to evangeUeal work la Europe. The apfteal the practical joke of making a foreman for dead wbea last beard from, but bl seek purcbsM uou.7 la paid. The property la near bat the other have paid no attention January 1st. last, at which time maxwa swollen out of all proportion. It was rem! until be slteu to lb. purchuer. Irish the order and M stsps have been taken to originated with the distinguished vage-lis- t the grand Jury. A will d C. H. HHKL'K, Truntee. a large as bis body. The bullet entered and thl good Stanford lady viUllied im explains the conundrum. Our citizen enforce It. tii-$- t ttkli Ir.lcriarlaHrMi W. P. Walton, Esq. It In Kentucky. editor of the Interior Journal and a warm personal friend of Mr. Barnes, ha been designated a the person lo whom subscription) are lo l sent. Those who . October 30, 1883 Cam. on me More you buy anything In care lo honor the great evangelist drift are assured that every cent which goes to Mr. the grocery line. T. It. Walton. TIME CARD. Walton' keeping will pas to the purpose Com- - and ee the handsome dliplay of for which Ihe dollar wa given. a .108 T.tt. Queenaware at Bright A Cur ran'. 1 00 r. k. r a vv Jeans at KIm' "tore at 20 cent per yard. (lo to D, Klasa' for real good calko at !) cent per yard. 11 who attended Ihe Exposition and many ot them didare nnanlmou In ihelr express lorn of gratification, One gentleman I re ported to have been o completely lost In L 3IIX. -- r bull-fro- n e wl!l year-old- s CO., -- GEO. D. WEAKEN. Stanford, Kentucky, teh one-hors- e lea 23 Hay, Grain, Seeds, Wool, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wag. ons, Corn Planters, Reapers, Mowers, tip-to- p Harrows, Sulky.TlowsiCultivators. Grain Drills, Corn Drills, Threshing Machines. Mills Engines, Feed Cutters, Cane Powers, or ia ef aad at Horse Ma-clilacr- y. Kcpre-entatu- ' R,isri; i. e, Opera For Rent! GROCERIES! PROVISIONS, tj TOS. SEVERANCE, ROBINSON -- - J. I. II. Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tin- - ' X77'.tec,s ware, &c., ISnldaVin Co., -(192-e- - AT LOWEST PRICES Public Sale .aT7T first-bor- llo-te- h T. R. WALTON'S. My stock of the above goods is now very comprehensive and my prices for them EXCEEDINGLY Low. You are standing in your own light if you do not buy of me. I mean every word of this, as you will see by calling at the Postoffice store. Country Produce wanted. nlns-da-- s titan-lor- d, . TRUSTEE'S SALE a Ka-l- n ivl-t- " " S.i'JSf' W" ""'J jftmi-IKtt- wttriorlmwl AHt. Tiwrrtkyjknii'ikg, m- October 30, 1883 v hp'entt of facing With Pttutd Brick, TtaroMfl of hmhjt of llic ninwivo balldmfe row in eeurso of construe Th ifor, rVml 14k)M hiWI to bo commenc-- 5 to Hit citjr, kick. nreforned of prcwctl TbU Vni (A btrck very ox sup-pote- d Kt pentire, moreaj than is generally by persons xliu Iihvo never hail occasion to purchase, Freeeed bricks aro not inniln in this vicinity to a very great oxu-tiand tbe fiaer qualities are brouulit here from other plaees, principally from the A brick manufactured at Chicago is ohm of the most expensive graded made. The price paid in Chic ago it tiO per 1,000. The freight to this city is $10 per 1,000, making the briek cost $50 per 1,000, or five cents Oicb. These bricks aro mado perfci t as to color and aiae. Thoro is no va station whatever in either respect. Tho edges and corner are sharp, and in each brick are eight round holes, about half an inch deep on either side, in which the mortar is placed. The are shipped with tho utmost care, being packed in hay. They are handled almost as cautiously as crock ery t6 aVowlrclHpping"tiiS"'ebrenj awl eges? This wevtd the brick far use, as it wotikTJattseadefect.ia.tho appearance f "the front. In laying pressed brick another heavy expense is irHBUwedjf Only strictly firat-clamen aro considered competent to do the work. They are paid tho highest wagei, $4per day bjing tho rate'iathtSjCity. Thelwork is exceedingly Jelow, as tho greatest , Lt. -- fil Asserieaw tonoiisf know to Uieir Borrow tho difficulty encountered In educating ncholftrs to bo easy writers ttiat Is, to wrilo what Is gcHerallyknown with us as essays or compositions. Tlio fantt lies Just whero it does In nil our other hlgkcr studies li is notbogBB early onouglu We watt twtil wo tlviak that their mlwk aro a trifle mature ami then como upon them willi n wild rush cJ xhctorie, history and oil Wio frightful ourrloalum. German girls begin to write essays when thoy wo 0 years and contlnuo to do it, not onco a month or twioo a quarter, but every week ot tho school year, until thoy aro 10 or 18 years of ego. For tho lint year it tikes tho form merely ot a dictation with an occasional essay, Twolvo German poems aro learned during tho year and may bo used as material for compositions In proso. Entering tho class abovo tills I found a method in progress certainly very strango to Tho tho most American schools. teacher was a gentloman f tho girls were 10 years old on an average Standing out before tho class, ho began to tell them tho fablo of tho woman whoso hen laid for her daily a golden egg a story told so simply, ovory word of it weighed so carefully, every idea expressed with tho ocmo of precision and all in n voico so low and distinct that tho class sat hushed while ho spoke. Ho then Itcgan it again, pausing this tfmo aflho end of every sentence to talk it over with tho school, askiag.what nouaa, what verbs, what ndjSSfc tlioy hodj iHcwlw!l? ho talked, in una mnKner uo thom&tteeujijk tho table io thegcid); Thcno west back and Wd K connectedly all over again. Finally ho called upod one little giri to" repeat what sho wwoMelctL In Mi aUier "branch hare w cewJTM6y. Hm Oer wm. '! camo in to help her. Then another girl took np tho story and told it better, .un. 'bad tQ, after many times teld, cnter&l'all their little 'minds and become a fixed mental possession, and when tho caro is rcqutreJ.QEielt'brJcki nubfbe master skFdJ'NoVj doyea know it ftTirJX, l II TWJt I" iTacSorfof an laid exactly and jai gowiss I" went np in a shout inch oil the line. The eurfaeo must "Jn, from all.parfifijf fcho rooVTlY0 T' bp'kept pwfeeiyJn,wWch also re"Wellwrito nil youknow about it quires great care, as tho colored mor- and bring it to mo Monday." Corretar, which is generally used, is Very spondence Boston Journal. difficult to removo if allowed to become dry. Thus a man's ability for CttAKBS. f , . cleanliness in this respect is taken into Crones ot one or moro species aro to found everywhere, with tho exception of account in considering, his work on the front. A workman will South America, tho Malayan and Papuan lay from 100 to 125 brick of this kind archipelagoes and tho scattered islands of th& Pacific. Tho common European in a day. On inside walls a man will species, celebrated in all times for its put 1,000 or 1,200 bricks in position migrations in thesamo time, as The cost of brick 'do itecnthe prudent ciD9 ; (' used for backing is about $G per Her Annual Toyago borne on tho vtndt ; tho air lloato'u Xbtj pM, fanned wlUi unnumbered 1,000. 'ho construc- was nt one time very' numerous in tho The mortar uetd. tion of a front ia another expensive I eafay districts o! England: so possibly feature It U generally red or black. Milton know tho bird. Tho 'namo is Tho principal ingredient used in its 'quilo wrongly'applieil 'to the h'eron1 in preparation is manufactured in Phila- Scotland and.Irclondwhilo in America delphia. It resembles printers' ink, and Australia tho whito egret herons aro also called cranes. Old iEsop's fablo of and costs 817 a barrel. Just before tho stork being captured in tho evil bsing used the bricklayer mixes ce- - eompaaioBship etiiio csaoas, and g meni isriao saerwr, wmoa. naruens eenueaanea vo oeauorjatu eyca after it baa bees aiu, tuiu.uinua me witii meterions phuaderera, of ifee graia,lkeatos"tt; brick together, almost as firm OB - as two kflfttSof birfls'; forbettcr, indeed, ClevetandTlerald stoae. as Blyth truly says, than did that reThe Strongest Drink. ' nowned master of mcdiisval painters, Water is the strongest drink. It who commits tho carious zoological o drives mills; it's the drink ot lions of introducing cranes instead of and horses, and Samson never drank storks in his cartoon of tlio of Fishes." In any thing else. LetijoungTmen'' be teetotalers if only 'for economy's sake. common with many other gregarious The beer money will soon build a birds, cranes always place sentinels as a tho flock will house. If what goes into tho mash-tu- b lookout, while tho rest of they likewise trustfully reposo, and the-fabl- o iwa -- " fitns r ' beg aesse-eiatin- hodlkaew mis-tok- world-know- n MicoJwItwght went into the kneading trough, families would-bbetterrfd.and better taught. If 'what is spent" in 'waste were only saved against a rainy day, s woukl .never be built.-Thman who spends his money with the publican, and thinks the Jandjerd's bow and "How o ye do, my good fellow?" mean true respect, is a perfect simpleton. We don't light fires for tho herring's comfort, but to roast him, Men.dooiotfc,k(p for labwero', uo, mey certainly! mis Uiei!r?wni? Why,rthea e work-bouses lcavo them on. thenitcbwlule ,ontheir marauding oipecliti&tis toerops'ef groin, Nature. r, - o tho Weekly Squashvlne. Thoro was a wild )6hX In liWis e and a copy of tho Squash- in ins nana. "Uia yon put that piceo in hero ?" ho demanded of tho editor, pointing with trembling finger to a 'JoNESrushed'Into'tho ofilcoof HflLv A B&oujd peSple ii. UO i."T7S;,"' UUUKi 11 rr P.nn,l BjKUU djiak V'fortho 1UUUCV good ..,.. rof Ivl I the good of any bou33, let it bo my own, and not the landlord's. It is a bad well into which you must put wa ter; and the beer house is a bad friend because it takes your all and leaves you nothing but headach ca. He who calls' those his friends who let him sit and drink by the 1 our to gether Uj- - ignerant very ignorant. and tigers, and Why, red w gles, oml ....l....n Offl All nrAnritrau rt f usni . viuniuim ut prevan-- J whvido. so many put thea- seTvcawlthin'the power of their jaws and talons? Such as drink and- - live riotously, and wonder why their faces are so blotchy and their pockets so bare, would leave off wondering if they had twegralae.of wisdom. They might as well ask an elm trco for The great Newgate prison, of Lon-ikktq bojdcmolislvod to mskoroom pears as look to those habits for health Bcforo it hod been and wealth. Those who go to the 'for improvements. In 1780, it was attacked by tho public hotue.for happiness climb a finishod. Xibrd Oeorgo Gordon rioters, who liberHev. Mr. Hpur- free to find 'fisb. ated 800 prisoners, and set flro to tho geos. .bnUiUtig areest lastingly familiar to ISek'e troubM Iwviag aiwea between .every reader of Dickens' "Barnnby the choir and Ike congregation of a aata." .. . i TJUre Is no one '"ttfale ia tbJllne of Methodist cfcureh iij Sussex county, New Jersey, the congregation was txiciiti-fiiiht oif to liree a return for Ik porous .etreejtksnlnt: u too Wi wrpr)e oh jaeaey u f plsete'r, suc'k Carter's Smsrl Weed and Bwulay, fu diseover that the or to a ooat of frrJ."'"' J? "J? F lM.Uf" 8 U4 f rdHiUrW: Tlw orgiBiet attitP Wilson's KlwtrleUght' U"a won'deffu eowrratuUte biawelf that it. was tho dIcoTerr,lut not af tcBderful as Hall s j F(r, nte hy Vtof. fr MtfflBtyMt m$ aot Vff tlu4 wis tbu-- v CsfairTi Alitkr. 0eraea. lie, paragraph stating that salt scattered about tho yard would kill fowL "That?" saMithofedsrbr, inquiringly, stopinghi tho midst of Ibis odiforiol and laying doin fk4?fwto !brush : "vest, that's rmine wtotfofit? true, ain't itr' "Yes. Wd'that's just what's'tho master," said Jones, " and you .may Btop my paper right off do you hear?" "Oh, yes, certainly," said tho editor. "John 1" ho callodout, "Btop Jones' papor. Any thing else, Mr. Jones ?" "Yes, there's something elso I" shrieked Jones, maddened by tho editor's coolness. "I'd liko to know what you put such things In your paper for. There's Smith, who livcaet tome, ho got your rascally sheet Saturday night, and Monday morni&g kis yard was fall of dead bens my him, sir I BTo'd sal tod Ids vegealong table Rfttdee, thejyiUaiB and of "thar co'nfomidcil pioco of yourn." Tho editor dele gated tho big pressman to show Jones out, remarking that ha was glad to havo such unprejudiced corroborations ot tho truth of his last wook's Btatcmanta, lAwtori Transcript. ji MA.tCUtJlSK WHARRKH &V C9MKTX. JX XrtJt CAT MAUKKT. Do 'men wear corsets? A tinmlcr ot Maltcso cats nad kiUetM Lcy H. Hooper, tho Paris correspondent, says enpy cnges at tlio cntraneo to a Liberty street. Wlion that thoy do, and to provo her caso sho Ihoy aro not asleep, tlioy mow dismally quotas' from n letter written her by a and plainly long for tho liberty of a gentleman who was educated in ono of housetop or a back fence Ihn 1cst private lioardlng-school- s in Vi"Oui it bq KMsiblo Uiat any part ot enna,' Austria, remaining thvro from tho (his community buys cats r" tho keeper ngo ot 12 to that ot 17. In common who aro sixty bf tlio basement was asked. Ho was with nil his iinablo to answer nt once, for a man in uuinljcr, ho worn corsets during tho brought in just Ikon a barrel fall ot wholo of his fivo years' stay at tho school. Tr rvnu nfnrmwl lit lita IahMia- - llinl Tho dogs ot all varieties italo broad. ' "' I". """ n tlio basement clanked thoir chains Viennese gentlemen, as n rule, woro and yowled, tho poultry crowed and corsets, and thnt tho discipline won enforced on nil their scholars, cackled, ami tho cats, too, mowed and )ookcd anxious, " My stays wero very tightly laced my "Do people over buy cats?" tho waist during my last year nt tho school bciug but cinhtccn inches in circumfcr- McrJer was asked again, "Well, somowhat," ho sold. 'Tvo jence yet I never experienced a dsy'a ji luuiu r cujiff tiiu pold 400 Maltcso kittens in tho last throo 'illnAo. mitt Moult ivij. mmih Iiu Ar.iAil.A iiiumff Mn.l sensation caused by tight lacing. When months." 'What aro tho ruling rates for cats I left tho school I discontinued tho practice, partly from tho fear of being ridinow?" "Maltcso kittens bring from $3 to $5. culed tiy my friends, and partly beeanso Jrho old cats don't sell so well, bocauso .it seemed too effeminate n custom for n they aro not so likely to stay at homo yonng man in an nctiro business lifo ; and keep early hours, and tho disreputa- 'but I linvo retained somo interest in the ble habits of tho Toms hurt their solo a matter, and I understand thnt many gentlemen wear corsets, and that good deal. Tho kittens, though, aro in tho practice of tight lacing among men lemand." is becoming very general In Enrope'' " Whoro do tlioy como from?" " Thoso aro Ohio cats. Thoy como Coainicnting upon this, Lucy Hooper says i " It Is undoubtedly a fact that a In crates from Alliance" good many English gentlemen wear "Aro thoy bred thoro?" " Thoy run wild as common cats do stays, particularly whon thoy ride on hero, and aro caught for nothing. horseback. So general is tho custom .becoming, that certain corsctmokcrs iu Thoy cost us hero about $1 or $1.50." London now' advertise themselves as "Who buy them?" I "Pcoplo passing hero on their way to gontlemcn Btaymakcrs. Tho practice is tho ferry often stop in and get a cat, or also quite prevalent in Prussia, particuNo, I never hod on old larly among tho officers ot tho army. something. maid hero, or oven a lady of any ago But a stiff and upright carriago is not considered in good tosto among tho oxcept once, Bomo of our boit customers aro In Virginia, Wo havo orders for Parisian exquisites, and so tho whito fino cats at from 98 to $10 from ltlch-mon- satin corsets of the dandies of Com-p- it and for dogs, too, Tho Maltcso giio have found but fow imitators in aro plenty, and tho demand is good ; France" but if wo could only got a fow Angora Increase or LoxaErirr. cats, wo could sell them with a rush at It is a common impression that the apiece Thcro aro favr of about $W early settlers of Now England wero a them in tho city." .of great powers of endnranoe thoro any solo for what aro called hardy race, " Is and It is also thought that common cats' by somo people, and their descendants havo lost muoh of tho names still by others ?" harder vigor, and aro shorter livod. But "Not to speak of. Pcoplo would bo early tho recent celebration in Boston, of tho glad to get rid of them. But thoy aro 250th anniversary of its settlement, has Maljust as good mousers as well-brelod to a change of opinion. tcso kittens." New York Sun. In reading up past history copies have been found ot full and interesting letters A lrOXDEHFUL BTOST. Bomo gentlemen were dining together written by French visitors, a century views of and relating their traveling adventures, ago. Thoy give whan one of them dealt so much in tho tho city, and its prosperity, and of tho of thp people But all marvelous that it induced another to social character the letters spoke of tho inhabitants give him a lesson. " was onco, sir," said ho, " engaged as generally thin and polo and sickly in a skirmishing party. I advanced too looking, with n great lack of vitality. One of the visitors, of a scientific for, was separated from my friends, and spirit, followed np his observations by saw throo Indians in pursuit of mo ; tho searching the grnvc-yard-s, to learn tho horrors of ,tho tomahawk in tho hands avoraee length of life He found them of angry savages took possession of my those who died yonng, and of mind. considered for a moment what full of ago ; but not was to bo done ; most of ns lovo life, many who reached middlo a record of many who had passed 60. It and mino was both precious and useful is certain that tho old typo of the Yonkco, to my family. was .swift of foot, and is giving and foar added to my speed. After looking toll, slender moro closely resembling back for tho country was an open ono placo to a type Englishman. Prof. I at longth perceived that ono ot my tho stoutness of tho country, said that Huxley, when in this enemies had outrun tho others, and that could sco no difference in physique n saying, ' Divido and con- ho the ladies of New York and Bosquer,' occurring to me, I slackened my ladies ot London. Wo ton and the speed and allowed him to ccjmo up. This incrcoso of longevity must bo hopo nono engaged In mutual fury. attributed to a better knowledgo of hyhero (bowing to his auditors) will doubt giene intelligence tends to long lifo, tho result In a fow minutes ho lay a as does an object which absorbs all tho corpso at my feet. powers in virtuous employment, "In this short space of time tho two Youth's Companion. Indians had advanced upon mo, so I took again to my heols with tho hopo of DAXaKKH OS" A rXEE JPRE38. reaching a neighboring wood, whero I A little Oil City boy, whose father knew dwelt a tribe friendly to tho En- gave him a printing press tho other day, glish. This hope, however, I was forced has already discovered tha dangers and to givo np, for, on looking back, I saw pitfalls which surround tho path of tho ono of my pursuers far berore tho other. printer. He set up and printed a little X waited for him, recovering my d card, with tho warning phrase, breath, and soon this Indian " Paint I look out I " By some means hod now this card became fastened to his siater's shared tho fato of tho first. only ono enemy to deal with, but I felt hat, and hung just obove her left ear, fatigued, and, being near tlio wood, I where he who ran could read, and when was mora desirous to save my own lifo she went down street there was a gnu s. than to destroy another of my extending clear from Pearl avenue t I plainly perceived smoko the Exchange ; and thut night the l curling np among the trees ; I redoubled traded off his printing prcas for u .Huh my speed, I prayed to Heaven, I fait as- dog and a popgun. Oil City DerricA sured my prayers would bo granted; 3H&8XD A CAM. but at this momont tho yell of tho Inat dian's voico sounded in my ears I oven An excited man rang tho door-ben drug ktoro in Bono, Nov., thought Ifolt his worm breath ; there a ono night recently. was no cho!ce--- I turned round" Horolho gentleman who had - related "What's tho matter?" said tho drug tho previous wonderful story grow im- gist, " Open tho door." patient past all endurance, and cried Who aro you?" said tho drowsy out: " Well, sir, and you killed him, also?" druggist. "Missed a cos." "No, sir; ho killod mo V Newark "Well, 1 don't caro a continental if you lleglster. missed thrco," said ho, as ho retired. Henry Olay took a tanoy to Fernando ' Presently tho boll rang violent)? Wood, and never lost an opportunity of again. y paying Mm personal attention. Ono day, "What's wanted?" asked tho whilo Clay was walking with him, purvoyor. they passed a shop whoro men were " Missed a car," was tho answer. manufacturing cigars. Clay expressed " Well, what do you suppose I caro it surprise at tho dexterity of tho workmen, you missed a wholo train ot m. I'll and said that it must roquiro years of tako a shot at you, if yoa don't clear experience to do tho work with such apout." parent ease. " Oh, no," Mr. Wood re' Yes, but want a prescription. My plied, "thoy merely cut off a pioco of tho name is Mist-c- r Carr," tobacco, roll some of tho dry part in i. "Won," said the druggist, "wigr in tticir hands, then wrap it np, and tho thunder didn't yoa say &o?" Iteno da wkolo tiling is done Any person can Kite. fellow-pupilnat-urnl- ly , rHt:KCn WRJCTBBT. rRDFf.mtesAii C. kt. THE BEST OF ALU MKTI10!)lnT,HOIITH niht eitriit Ihe Intnl. BurntThnrriU nlrhl. Bar. II. LINIMENTS 70S MAS AMD lu II C Ioflon,8rrlnlenilint. JM BArTIST llV r'ourlhllsrc. I'astor. Kenltee nj SunJr, mornlnf ano oltht, rrsrer Meetln erry WMnre.ly after noon. Piin.Ur Mrhool at U A. . It. K. "srrow Ira-- sr .Mrelln .- eclioot at t.00 A. Msttlwo, MM Sandsy roomlrit ana 0DTT. IIUHBRTT A MT. VKIINOW, ;, I ' W. rrrry M. A.'r'X'oitivjavM ISMyf , PI'OWl. KV. m T. .. w. t.sko.-- ai i..w. mil slalrs; ' --- B1AST. Huperlntendenl. CHRISTIAN, WorsMpb- - tha ronrr)ttliB er i- ery nr. j. y, vox onSrron-- l and Kill 111 loM'a laya. Bunds- - School at SMS. Jos. Esrerane, Hnpetlnlrndent. wLLica a. tubok. I.W.IkW.11 VAHNOWr A.'X' Al-rOllNja- j 0r BTANKtmn, KV. In 0al7 A Son's n- - bulldlnc-- up M. For moro tbnn ft Ihtnl Of a ecntnrr tho l.lnlmnth-..lo- h known to million nil oror tlin nnrhl at lira only Bafn rnllnnoo for tha rollrf of nrcldems rtwl ixiln. It 11 n montolno htat nbnra prloo nmt jimlao-- h cxtorn-JjxU- n of It kind. 1'or every foitu of rUiailVTKKIAN, ror. HouhRomiltiK-n.tenl- tr. , Wlnl nlihta Hands? FWiool at O:S0. Union I'rsrer h7UTlT-- T. I. K.McPI Jehn YY. "" Will rraollee In lha Uutta of Unrein and ad; Coutl and Ikurt Jolnlns counties aml'lha tup-tl- nf locfllrttloiis. it Arr'- 11 OMroen iJintailrr atrsel. ANU1D1I0OM. ALtlX. ATTOUNJilV A'l XA.AV, orANMIHIt, KYr . TKYTOK, fr!1 Uullnlro DAHVII.I.E, KY., MEXICAN woniler-Ifu-l. Fire,Lightning&Tomado i.vsimANcr.i Sovoa First'Olaas Oompanies, J-- at ia.av, counties sod In the Couit of Will In Ihe Oourls of Uoflt ! aJJololnj iil I jttmHnitotTrMloti aro equally Tliolloxlcon Mnttnnff I.lnlmcnt Is wlthont nrt cqnst. 1 naifrAtea tiriti anil tiinaelft to til Tiy bono mnklntr tlio contlnn. nnco of pnln nnil lnilrmrnnUon Impoo-lblunpen llnmnn Vlcali nnil It . , MUSTANG lUntmrnt Is needed Xef somebody In I riTerjr homo, lircry dny brlnca news of I the aanujr of an nwftil aritlil or barn loutxlnal, of rhmtto inartjrr or a rnltubl bona or px I -- 1'llIt.tPS, Aut eatesi lan'oiil. AnjMsiUrConnnlM'etierlUKknaileOicnllCourt MT VIIIlNllN, RY Ceurlt. OMH Will rrwllre In the Hock-u1IM tloai a sprrlally. OBee la Ueurt-houa- e. XiHV v. uvvrti .AN. HUIUUIOIN IJJNT1HT, HTaNPORb. KY. Altnriiny AtLnw 3,'i. nun. ' OPERA HOUSES. BTANr'Onn. s;y. Oflre Houlb tide Main Strset, two deors abeTt the Hjera noisi. Pure Nitrous Olld (las adralatsUred wksb required. ' K aavod by Uio healing power of this w. b. vawNr, En-gll- ih LINIMENT I which Mm W. P. WAX.TON, - Propriator. IlltTLLLV Hhcimmtlim, riircllinga, UUH joints, lontrnetru --ibkih, nnnii nnd Hralila, Cnti, HruUta nnil Nnralm. l'alaoiinti-- . Ultra and Nilnxa, fUlflWM, ! Old .Uldalns, Sorts, Itlrrra.l'rott !, and Nor rtlpplsa, CU s. Indeed CTtrjr form of oatcrnal It lieal? rrlthnnt crura. Vor tha llBirrn Cbkitiom ltcnrra Sprains, fttTliittjr, Hllir Joints, ounrier. tTarnass Norcs. lfoof Ills rates, Foot Hot, SJrmr Worm, fieah, Ilollorr Hern, Hcratcbrs. Wind- Klnaliona, Sails, Rpavln. Tliruth, I'llm upon I'oll Irll, tlio SilKht nnd crsrr othsr allmsut ta iTlilch the ocrnpanta of the Stable and KtorU Yard are liable. Tho XlaTlrnlt Mustang Liniment alwars enrrs nnil uov:r UlaapimlaUi oad ft Is, positively, dlt-rns- pMllly mrel such ailment of HUMAN i'j.KSU s Blieof SuA I'llM. rllnhteomilsleatlaet Seen ery Srsilos rapacity, Incluillnn aallerr, COT. Ileasonslile riles to good attractions. Address STANFORD, KRHTVCKY. . . OlSre titer llobt. I.rtls's ture. Orace boor1 IreoiSleU A.M. end I lei r. at. Aaselbsrifesdl ( ISS-l- y r iulnlitere.1 w ,eu nereeiai- -. DuntlHt. T. J. IIONIaUV, Stanford Ferhale College. .STANFOltl), House Painter & Paper Hanger n-:i- a BTANFOKD. KY. KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thlt loilllullon will opsn lis Thlrieenlh fewlon on the Id Monday In September neit. A LI, MtilV Chicago JtOUTJB. Louisville, New Albany & Til K UHAHCIIE8 OT A Railway. Palace TO TH0R0UGHENGUISHC0UI.3E Are taught, as wall at M.USIO. TIIK M.VAV UNK;ltUKNINll d, BEST THE ALL OF rulliniui LOUISVILLE Cars!. THE IjANaUAOEB. DHAW. INO AND rAINTINO. AND SOLID TKAINS LINIMENTS 70S HiN OS ron TERMS MODERATE. Tor full particulars, as to Ilotril. Acaddrsu HKN. H. V. THtlr.HKABT. frlnrllial, siasiura. uncoia ux, y, CHICAGO. long-live- Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills d And all' Bilious Complaints beloB 8io to take .rneoxru y In? pnr-il- LIVER THE J HracuL Notics. faaaengsrs Irom the Knox-ril- ls ilraacb of L. A V. K. K. arrtt e In Loulafllle In Tuition, nrlrrs rsne from IIS to t0 In th In time to take the eitnlug trala of the Moaoei regular Departments, rilmarr, K3; Internsdlate no, ana uuisgiaia, sou. Kouis" and go through to atv; Urcettrastlr. Cranfordsrllle, Ifsjetta and Chicago TTlthoat caasgr. T1K TAI1LIL STATIONS. HALL'S (jflTABRH is BECQgMEHDE!) nY rnYsinAnn.' OUJtJJarD Catarrh of tho Nasal CarltyChronlo ana or of tho Ifally. "CiiyT rose-color- ROBBED I Trjretablei no Krlp- aii irruTcisu. Tbouaand,ofiTarei ar annually to'jt-e- J of thel Tlcllmi, Ijrrs prolonged hrppin used health by use of Ibe great 01 41 p . Lta. UhiIS'IHSi... i IS ani Arr. (Ireeecaatls. -IVIID t 01 pm 1 OS a in S 04 pat " Crawlurdirllle S ISaau 4 II paa ' UUjelU ..... T SO an I Se ra inicago The nio.1 direct route, wllh only one thanes of Xlanesota, leva, cars. teal! pulaUIn For further lurWmatlon, adlress Nicbruta, Ae MltltltAV ITKI I.Kit 11 l. a.. 1M- Lulitllls, Kj .... I I thin-face- Ulcerntlrol Catarrh IMTCnN tar. Cra ALLY, unit Throat. Ule taken Which poiltlrcly and pcrmanenUy cures Xttiiio-fell- r. tha Ulood -; acts OIREOTLV upontne Cwtcm. and icauaedby excretes of any kind,) .It Mucouo Surf.iooe of II rx.iirfxi. and all dlseavs that follow a heat Blood Purliier In tho tequrnceof si loss of merge, knot WO.tLD, nnd la worth ALL that la rnclUOIj, uDiTervai uiaiiuir, aiu iu ma ubb, clmrced for It.jor THAT olono. dlnine.i ofrlilon. premature oU are. and ratnr TTTX3Q lead to ronaiuiipilon sod a pro- otbsrdlaeajva that na raaturegrae. aj-jeCURE nffi'GATASSS ior circulars hii ireii- - OHLT monlau rrre by mall, ins x.l liox. or alz botee lor 15. br all u sold at tl riir. HAi;nrrraj any drugrlata,or will to sent free by malt, securely And we offor Ono Hundrod Dallore ior sealed, on receipt .f price, br addrealn Cnso of Cotarrh It will not Cure. S. J. Clla."sa.a, VUIX CUKK AM CA.SC 113 Adamaairet,Toldo,Uhlo. OCleo cf A. T Brrwairr ft Co.'! Ut-ljBole (zmt for the UnllrdSUles. Cliicioo, HI., J une 4, U4.X, ( tfrstrs. F. J, Chtntftt Co.. TWnfo, O. (,'mUrmen.1 I tale pleaumre In Infornila?- - yoa tUt I Lara used 's ld-an- Catarrh Curo. It lm don"t hesitate) to nirrtmo-IwaTr- ry d aay that It will rvre any caso of Uataxrti It lakes. Yours truly, properly. GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R! ' ltho VrataVI TM sk ir IJUUiun WWtii ttris CRCAT Through Trunk Line well-know- , J. IL Wcarntajoso. A , ITORTIISIO ItlAt IIOTTU: ItavA VAjI b T.-- Catarrh lor fc) yearn, Hali'a CatartSs Cure cured Willi wt Change anil wllh Syw4 saWasMaaBL I UwhaM MUTE Pole lTvorioWra. 1X)IXW), OUIO, A SHORTEST McAlliter. AND QUICKEST TO ncaitoho and rtllere all tho troubles IneU dent to a bdlas sute of tUe eratan. such as , Blck. CUBE For sale In Slanbrd by Fenny raOU bOOUTOLX nu SOUTH & WEST a. Kiaam, Drowslneta, 1IW rota af Irr atlnf pain In the Bide. Ac. While their moat rttuark-ab- ! aaccesi bss been shown In curing almost-exhauste- gilt-edg- Jteailache.ycl Carlf r'alJtUo Wrtf TiHa ere equally vilcabla la Coustlibtloa, cnrtr. scd prvrioUwf thlaannorlni-compUlnt.'Rluiter also correct ell dlaordrra of the tloctach, rtlmnlate the llrrr IZu-- If U117 only carud aadnsolaletltaUiirdJ. SICK FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY ST. Hating bad this Hotel dltte itock. Mentcomt Jackaonallla, Mobllt, and HtahiUls. Mtawads. r. Atlaala. au.aaaaa. Orlaani. ( Wlthont ehsege te BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la raises Cars Without Cbsags. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rron Uulaillls la Palace Cart lll.en (bangs. on the I fellow-creature- Ache they TrouW healmoet prlccleri to thoee who euirirrrom thli dUlrsjalnj complalntt but will find tbeae little pills HEAD ACHE A8APH, MTANITOKB, - - KY. Kel'urnislica nnd ltelltted 'From bascratot to garret, tbls.road will racalrs tptclal low rates. tee Agents of tbU Company for ratss, reoUa Acer rile ur. AVUKt( U. I. a. I, A. O) Kf. F M fl R I yTQieealneinei CfniUnHil lO line el KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. fl! IT AI todowltbouttncni. Ilut after all tick beaa I intontl to Keep It In IMrrit-t'lH- 11 MHiuier, Strictly tbt --TUB MOOT DESIRABLE ROUTE T- O- And leare nolklng undone that will add to ll well-know- make oor prcat boast. Our pills care It while rjtbera do not. s Cartcr-Utile Llrer Kli are rcry f marl and Onao'twouUlainakeadosc. Terycaaytotake. or They are atrlctly TcsiUbla and do not jtIPwho by their gentle action l. please all 6oU oaolhetn, lutlalsataacentatfl-eforlby diujaIta .try wtuc, or test by roall. COMFORT OF HY oBVred GUESTS. And decidedly Ike Popular Bouts, eflbrdlsr, as II does. Isss changes and superior accomnwdaUoaa to CI1VGOJVAII! Miiiouri. Iowa, Commercial Travelers Are SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS To pstronlts me, as aniai, Texni, CAllTEK" MEDICINE CO., -- Not York. TAKE THE- R. W. u itL oai La UUUX0J aiTtmeacalL 1 bite sterr oon'cDltnce,tucb &c., ior ineiruse. Baggage Tramferred to and from 01 & MISSISSIPPI -- tbt Depot free of oharge, . W.N. FHANC1H. The North. Kortbwssl and West. Id ftttlf yen coute uiilaie a trip In any dlrettion, your Ureal lit DO oeat esi.i'u iff puienasiag vour tlcktts tla K.C. and Cincinnati, Pullman Palace cart; El gsnt New lay Coach!, and haodwtuely furnished Uecllnlpg Chair Cars lorm Ihe unequaled e)Ulprueuis of this Old llsllaWs.tbersby tasking a trip or sr thlt Una one ol luxurious comfort and pleasure. Try II. TIME TADLK. IN EFFECT OCTOliKU II. 1M 80UTU. roa hie- - No. i. NO. . No. II, East, West and North CHESAPEAKE UNO 01 RY. over-read- I out mange. an.i Him North. Kreji l'arlor Cars to Clnclunall and Palace bleeping Can to Cincinnati. Washington, lialllinore. I'hlUdclpblaand Kew York,wltb. Louisville o 4 ! Kentucky's Kputo iron East Lts. Coflngtan.. ' Falmouth.. " Cynthlana. Arr. Paris.. . ... Lre. Arr. Islington.. . Lts. Psrla. I'tla.. rrla,. .U nrfyi. -, . 5 lVY.".i? ri. t,tiiviciiiA.itue Washington, Philadelphia N.Y, Tho only line running " Carlltls Arr. Wajatllla. Lre. " ' Mllleraburg. ... 8 U a iu a ui 6 tl) p u 19 a iu I 'ill p in vo p diIm III iu a ml U p in 7 10 p m ( sto p ni 1 I W p te 10 11 I W am I Itilpn I0pu pu 00 p in t' JL X7&1X1S 6T.IJOVIH and U eWesl. horthwestsnd Houthwesl, with Palace bleeping Cars on big lit train, Uiularllle to SU Loula. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS Arr. UUnlordJuuc " lucaaler... ... Wtqchcalu- -. ItUhiuoud.... it tUTta li ai i in 1 t is au , a uu p m IS p iu 9 10 p in p iu 12 IS y ut I It p iu i w pm a 10 Hours MI9.mB '- !iWu A SOLID TRAIN w kt MH)g Utmlfli f sake a cigar." INDIANAKJLIS.CIII- w.. .u ..m ,n. an.) Trus proporatloa ot food is a solemn UAUU1BU III. ItVIIU) ulll. It.. 1'iia.li. -- ' It... "II. "H you think so," said Clay, "per-hap- s dlulng Cl.ilr Cats through without rhaoge. Udng. Cooking is next to godliness, bo you had better try," WASHINGTON CITY. LOOK AT THIS I Tho young Congressman sat down, esBso bad cooking k often tho, straight Tha 2:15 p iu. 1 press (daily) from Loult'lllo took a knifo and a loaf ot tobacco, and rood to licaYon. On tho other hand, hat Palace elosplogiV) from Uiulnlllo la New York without change, arrlrlog at Waablugloo J.M with a dexterous cut prepared his wrap- good cooking is tho foundation of p. 111, Dxt day bliss, and a kind of hesyen bolow, per. Ho thou broke the filling to tho Hours Ahead of All Competitor!. proper sizo, rolled it all up together, served throo timos a dsy. tla ttie'.A U;1'T Eiulartulaand twisted tho small, symmetrical pigtail at all trains. Hare A Miuvackeb man who cosspelled'Uio bare Through Day Coaches on bt. liiuls 2 boura Autre at no midnight changes. off tho top, and handed the the end,-cu- t lines, thereby iccuilng wore to drink a In aduautsol other o cigar to the Kentucky Sen- sharer of his joys and salary time for tasking change ol can and getting first half gallon of beer at ono sitting has choice of trait Iu cars of connecting line. ator. Points. Inadranoeof other lines la Ind.antpo.il and kis wife. teea arrcstod for malt treating Chicago and the only line glrlng Its patrons a Clay was amasod. Wood had beooae For tlckttt and lurtbtr Infortaatlon, apply to rids along tha shores of lake Michigan. Delroit Free Press. your uteres, inset veacv, v miu- -i a skillful dgarmakcr during tho cholera For tltksts. rates, tluie, maa, Ac., apply to JAMKN tl. KHNNT. Ticket Agsnu ot eoanecllog llnss or aldret No matter l.oW laJed Ilia COBetltUtioU season, whilo in tho tobacco trade The Paawugcr Agt., Usui. Wsttarn Aaant, lt.b. IIIIOWN. boulhrroMain I ata.UiulirMI. U.K. Cor. Fourth A shopkeeper stared with wonder at this raay U fro dJeesss or eicees, tse Ores Slil W MhIh Ml., LoulsTllle, Ky, W. B. B1IATTUC, W.J"EAlJODY, W. BewCoagTessionalaoooBiplishmont, The Qermsa lBVl0ortor rsttorss It permanent Ocn1! Psueuger Agt o. w.uMrrjJ, U. W. l'lII.LKK, Uen'l Manager. Cladnnatl, y. Ee adTerttMBient. ror sale or joko ran the rounds ot Congress, asd A tent, UUaoo.Ky. J. V. UlLl, raeii nj& McAlbter. was frequently told at Clay's expeate, -io lloino-Beekc- wcll-mod- Mg.S. Nonu, No. la. No. I. I Lta, Htaufvrd Juoo tM tittttae 10 41 a in lUpm S topu IS a Wucatwr km.. a 00 a m II tJ p iu II UOpM ni 11 7 It, a u 1 JO p iu Wlncbeatt S US P Ml Arr. 1'arla. ...... LOHlanlllC.ClHCillllHll Ulld Iif X Lta. lists-ti- ll 00 a iu 11 i) n ia " CsrlUle..- - 7 SO a ui 3 U p ui liiKten, Hy., Hill.r.burg ... 1 IS a in IW pin Air. 1'arls. Lts. lutlugton 7 t a ml . 10 ii u " I'arls ... . I IS a tn a 0) p ai M.MWMM.M S IS a utl a OS p n " farla, Connccllng la stun depot with ful trtlna lor opu 1 60 a iui ' Cynthlana.. ' Falmouth. .. a si a ml t to p to 3) p ui Arr, Oerleaioo.-- . II Me nil 8 No. IS Lt. Lax, 6 00 a ui, Arr, Maytillle V tosiu Maya. Ills TheDIreotXoatotoLyaohbQrp, Dan No. 17 Lt. let. SIS pin, aArr. Air. Lex. 10 eia No. S Lt. Mayatllle W m. No JS L Mayatllle 1J 40 p ui. Arr Itt. 4 pu villa, Norfolk, 10 p in, All- - FtMiaculh 7 10 p nt No. ( Lr. t'o No. l. Falmouth 01S a in. Air. Cot. S 10 a to Noa, I and 4 dally bate, eo ttltnniood, lexlrgloa All Virginia asd North Carolina and Coogtoii all others dally except Sunday. .... .. Im llllll .. iiau inpn ,,, 3NTe7r YorK. Illin ' Spebial Hatoa to Emigrants. HaVeUOaFtJ Vor tlckela, rales and Information pertaining to time, conBcclloaf, Ac, call cat or address W. B. McMUata'aiV, AeattT, V 1 - tVea VtUlMtd aVeWef U. W.BKMPEB, If aaeer In tend r at. O.n'l rasa. Aff I. AV Coilngton, Ky, OEO. H. McKINNKT, Xrsi, l'ast. A Fit. Alt. cnaaivfti, n.j, i AT e ro '"'Xi'v'