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While tho Man Who Takes Your Umbrella has all reasons fur his own, and the Man Who Has a Little Story to Toll fails not in seed tlmo nor ia harvest, there is one particular fiend who becomes particularly numerous at alxmt the time when there itncoolnets in the morning breeze and no steam In the radiator. We' refer to the Man Who Leaved the Door Open, Ho comes to tho office on various os tcmiblo errands, in hot on about every kpown pretext except to set tie a bill but always hie actual pur pose ia to go away leaving wide open the portal through which the allium nal zephyrs come cavorting with glacial coolness, and bearing their chaste embraee full many a' token of iho pervasive dust from which we sprang, and to which we shall return. It does no good to bawl after him to shut tho door. Oh, nol He is meandering down the sunny street, watching the clouds playing Ug in the heavens. But as we lay down the pen, aad push back the chair, and walk to the door and close it softly and pensively, and then stoop to gather up tho scattered papers that have been whirled aliout our feet like fading forest leaves, tho blessed Serosch whispers promises of a good tlmo coming, and wo ao consoled with confidence that in the bright dawning era of our autumn days will be freo from carking care, for the Man Who Leaves the Door Open must go. white-wingedeep-smilin- g HfeflJlf ruts mifnaL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER . 191 STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1883. xyrKiriioNii Attn B A Frenchman claims to havo dlscov Many years ago thero was a man in ered o simple method by which bronze tlcfllo (Ileathflcld) parish, tho next par. W. P. WAL70M, U;toretHirrfrirtor is mndo m mallcablo as copper or iron. ah to onr own on the west, who, having 17k process conslsta of tho addition of small annuity, lived upon It in i I'ubllahrit Tuemlnw ami tYlilayo, from to 2 par cent, of mercury, wmoh Low as his credit was, ho had acts moclianlcally rather than chem- managed to get considerably wu.no ia debt, ANNUM. ically, and produces Iho desired effect. md tho visits of his creditors in the avVilMeedoa'tee! ritnpt Iaorarnt of An Iron company lu England k con- bopo of gottlng their money wero Ire verting tho nlftg from their furnaces into roll, thin;, and than of le inont and pressing. The man was not conereto for building and other piiposea. an early riser, and persona who specialbsraleallona net orlwe rvnta. A new oflloo has been Imilt, in which ly wanted to find him at homo would (lie ,door and window facings and tho Kutitn, mako euro by calling before ho was op, Stftntife ft ornamental p.irts usually mado of stono Ono morning a neighbor knocked at the Society I revenged upon the con aro mdo of conereto. A contract door, aad insisted on tlie man's wife Vtel ia hie ezpecUacr of death. The also been mado with ono of tho railroad rousing her husband and compelling him affect masser of it deei aet probably companion to furnish flags to settle an account him in the letwU But It Is while lie ready for b for laying down platforms Bfee accordingly went upstairs, woke at tho stations. h waiting for the band to ttrlke him her husband, and failing, as usual, to 'forgiven A raeehaaloa Dm Bedia,Ncw Zealand, get any money, said, rather sharply, that'the win who eaa set bo baa obtained a patent for an improved " on this tide of the grave payi to h(a I wonder, John, how you can lie sleephthco for locomotiro and other steam ing thero when you owe all the money kind the penalty of liifl crime, and it ImUcm. It is designed with a vlow of you do." " Oh, I con sleep very well," mailer not a jot whether the haBd holtla saving fuel, and tho grato bars aro set he said, do owo money; but," I the a rifle, aa ax or a rone. And it oat from tho tubo sheet, to Icavo an air turning round for another suoro, ho addknowledge of the fact that the appro paasago between them. A flro bridgo fa ed, sometimes do wonder how they hewiofl of bit-- fate ia the real pu&Wi supported by tho grato bars, and is pro- con sleep that owe monoy to." A simI vided with vortical, inclined and hori- ilar contrast between an anxious mind meat of the aaeawia that ia perpetual zontal slain and a flango surrounding and an easy ono lead lag the thoughtful to dtectm I onco heard from a tho the question ol merciful forma of stranger in a train, who was telling me Straw, wood, shavings nnd all fibrous of an interviow which, soon after ho set The rifle ia a buogltag in aubnUnccs aro now used in tho manu- up in business for himself, he liad with struraent at lieat, for how are we to facture of a groat variety of vessels. A a friend who, having been in business a steady thebawle aad eyes of the men Now England company aro manufactur- little more than a year, wan already who atep out at the word of a corpoing largo quantities of barrels, baskets, hopelessly insolvent and had several ral to ahoot down a comrade by word Legs, tubs, ota, from tho pulp of thceo writs out against him, and yet seemed matorials, which ia molded and com- perfectly calm and unconcerned. of command? The ax again, aa blito-r"I pressed into tho desired form. Tho ves said to him," added my companion, lotea ils edge in tho grasp tells "I sels have no crack, and, consequently, wondor how ever you manage to take of a sytnpalhelle executioner; and, cannot leak or silt tho contents, and will things as easy as you do. Why, though we can aubtidite the band of I can not dry up or shrink. pay 20 nhillings in the pound, and yet of mem to atrike the blow, what hire Mr. W. 0. Dagnoll, of SUfford, can't sleep for thinkoften and often eaa we girn to hearta that they shall lias built tho smallest locomotivo ing." "Ah," he said, " that's just the ao unnerve ceate to beat pitifully, and over fitted together for actual use. It difference between as. Yon can't sleep lias a throo-incthe'armt that, are already ia our pay? cylinder and Retribution, for thinking, and I can't think for sleepwheel, and its maxi- ing." Leisure Hour. The rope too, baa been proved again "And can nothing cause you to mum width is only thirty-on- o Inches. aad again, even in the on genial bands chango yonr mind, Mildred?" pewer and cightcon-inc- h It of thrcc-hors- o i fans' oplxioxb oir avtuoba dead hangman, a blundering of the "Nothing. My will is like iron. gauge. It is to bo nsod on somo Says an English paper; Pitt told meant of torture. It catcbea upon el But yesterday I was a timid trusting girl road in Boalk America. Locomotives Wilbcrforce, respecting Bishop Butler's bowi, alackena in tho wrong places, or whoso every heart-bea- t was for you; by Uio somo builder, of tho same typo, great work, "You may provo anythiug breaks when ao old cord ia ueed or tho to day I am a woman, and the trust- - but a littlo larger, aro employed in by analogy." Sydney Smith says tho ttrain bai been wrongly calculated. log heart of yesterday has turned to South Africa, Java and India. book is " tho most noblo and surprising No wonder, therefore, that humanity, ice. Got" nnd she stately pointed to dofenso of revealed religion over mado. ' irxvcg. iwnnr.Aux asb Fielding was " tho prose Uomer of huscandalized at such mishaps, should tho garden gsto. In tho United Btatos Bordeaux is bet- man naturo," according to Byron; "a still cast airaut for somo other means "Oh Mildred, my loit darling," cri tor known by its wines than by its politiof fulllifg tho laat demands of jus cd Heneago, starting to bis feet with cal or religions history. In its vicinity, blockhead," if wo believe Dr. Johnson. Johnson himself was dubbed "Ursa tice. a dull moan, "do you realizo what bctwocn tho brood and deep Qaronuo Major" by Lord Auchinlcc "Ho has Nor surely should science bo unablo this will and tho oca, lies tho most celebrated nothing of tho bear but tho skin," said drivo ma to?" , to provide lite means. Forapsrt from But Mildred only mattered "g-iwiuo district iu tho world. This is tho Goldsmith. "Johnson was an odious theVartoas methods which' commend aud sternly pointed to the gardcu famous Medoo rvgion, nnd contains tho and mean character," according to Hor themselves to specialists, inero aro gate. Chateau Marganx, Cha- ace Walpolo; Mr. Thomas Carlylo others whereby instantaneous deal! Then up rose Henerage. In place teau lufltto, HU Estcpho, St. Julion and praises him as " a mass of genuine man.can be assured. We might cite, for of tho supplicating look of entreaty Macon vineynrds. Probably no othor hood." " Sir, I don't think Gray a first-raexample, execution by lightning, thero was on his face the stony glare territory of equal sizo, not oven amid have poet," quoth Johnson. tho gold and diamond field, has pro- been reading Gray's works, and think which electricity seems to have placed of despair. I Clinching hU hands he duced more, it bo much, wealth aa this. him the only poet since Shakspearo enwithla our power. When the writer gave her one look and rushed wildly Tho Bordeaux wines, indeed, havo en- titled to tho character of the sublime," of the ''Coming Race" imagined the through the yard. riched Franco mora than any- other ono wrote Cowper. "The first of solemn wonders of "rril," and showed us the But see. Only a few steps and interest. Tor tablo use, when pare, coxcombs," says Warton of Goldsmith. executioners of the Ana destroying the there is a start, a shriek of monUl ago- thoy aro probably tho best in existence, "An inspired idiot," says Horace Waldoomed by a torch of the terrible staff, ny; the strong arms are lifted a mo a fact which dealers hero toll mo tho polo ; whilo Bishop Percy speaks of hia be may really have been pointing out, ment wildly in the air, and the boJy Americans know well how to appreciate. " elegant and enchanting stylo." Cur-ra- n as be does in so many other instances, of Hcucage Sturtovant with a thud Thero is a striking and singular differtolls us that "Edmund Burke's ence, honocr, bctwoenBordcaux on tho mind was liko an chapel a direction hi which science has yet (o fills back lifeless upou tho sward. banks of tho Qaronuo and Bordeaux on filled with gauds end shows and badly- work great reform, since fn the mag The olotbes-liuhad caught him tho banks of Bomo othor rivers. assorted omamonts." Sir James Macknetic current? wc havo undoubtedly a just half an inch under hit chin. Tho groat wiuo vaults of Bordeaux aro intosh held ho was " the greatest philg weapon that it quite as for Eveniville (Ind.), Argus. interesting. Through tho courtesy of a osopher in practiee tho world ever saw." midable as vril. There could be no was permitted to descend into " There could not," said Porson, " be a Tho Superior .Court of Kentucky friend I ono of them. Tho experience of gouur better cxerciso for a schoolboy than to bungling, no chance of the nerves giv- has made deeisiens involving points as through that cellar is, as on Irishman turn a page of Gibbon's ' Decline and ing way, for death would follow tho follows: would say, sauoh like that of passing Fall' into English." "The luminous completion of the circuit as completely is not necessary that a defendant It through tho catacombs of Bomo, only page oi Gibbon," said Sheridan ; though and swiftly as under a lightning flash, should have been judicially found to be different, Tho vaults aro two stories aud thus, without any of the dreadful or uusounu mind to enable the court deep, ono seriea under tho other. Most the wit afterward declared he meant teeeararjes now attending public exe to appointt a gardian ad litem for him. of tho wines in store aro in bottles, " voluminous.'' cuUeas, justiee would be satisfied and Persons with whom a firm has been placed on iron racks, and laid upon their Bona of the Chinese similes ore said to the last penalty paid. Tho sugges- aoeuttemed to deal, not having notice sides, in order to prevent the admission bo as pointed as they are BArcaatio. tions, at all eveats, are worth consider- of the dissolution of the firm, are not of air through tho corkage. Many of They call a blustering, harmless fellow the racks aro overspread with fungus, " a paper tiger." A mou who places too ation in those high quarters where affected by it. which grown in such plooos in very curi- high a valuation upon himself they comtueh serious matters are settled, and Money received as a pention from ous forms, and without any apparent pare to "a rat falling into a scale and we put it before them as a possible the Federal Government is exempt moisture to nourish In many of tho weighing itself." A hunehbook making mode of rapid punishment which, ad- from seizuro for tho pensioner's debts racks tho bottles hod lain for ten, twenty a bow ia what they call overdoing the mitting of few chances of failure, even after it has ceme into hit posses and oven thirty years untouched. The thing. A spendthrift they compare to would spsro tho chock now sometimes sion. wine in casks is reeked off at certain In- "a rocket," which goes off all at once, A judgment in a misdemeanor ciee tervale in order to eliminate the sedi- and a man who expends hie charity on inflicted on ptiblio feelings. How and by what means tho mysterious poten- eaa be reversed only for an error of ment Cincinnati Gazette. remote objects, neglecting his own famlaw apparent on the record to the pre ily, is said to "hang up a lantern on a cy could be employed, if at all, Haybs kept a list of pole, which is seen afar, hut givea.no ftr lectrkia to decide; but judice of the appellant. To constitute the offense of unlaw the babies ho kissed in four years and a light below." Jwpg! is already kaowa a half, and the number was 4.283. AXH1MQRI3. hope that the rope as an instrument of fully obstructing a publio road it is UK HTOVl'EB lira ruvnit. Tho largest lump of ambergris ever execution may before very long be not necessary that the obstruction Onee upou a time a man got mad at known was in the possession of tho King disused, eyes it Marwood is not to be should, as a matter of fact, have pre paper. Tho of Tidore, and purchased of his Majesty vented the free use of the road. It tho editor and stopped his the laat of our common hangmen. cents by the Dutch East India Company. It noxt week ho sold his corn at is enough that it was calculated to do Then his weighed 182 pounds. Another enormous below the market price The time will corao when, in so. property was sold for taxes, because ho piece, of 130 pounds woight was found America, John Chinaman will have The National hive Slock Journal didn't read tho Sheriffs Balca, llo was aside ft whole near tho Windward his right to vote, and he will be sraoth says: Much of the value of potatoes as arrested nnd fined $3 for going hunting islands, and sold for 82,500. Tho true eredtwith kisses, and the democratic hog food depends upon oookfog. In- on Sunday, and ho paid 9300 for a lot of ambergris, which is a morbid secretion party will throw its arras arouond his deed whon fed largely raw, they pro- - forged notes that had boon ndvortisod of tho spermaceti whale, gives out a franeck and kiss him on one cheek and cautioned iluco scouring, and do not all digest. two weeks and tho publiothen paid not grant smell when a hot noodlo is thrust to negotiate them. Ho a big Into it, and it also melts liko fat, but tho the republican party will throw its Potato is composed su largely of staroh Irishman, with a foot liko a forgo ham counterfeit often sold instead of the real arm aronnd hit neck and kiss him on that cooking is almost indispensable mer, to kick him all tho way to the thing does not present these features. the other .cheek, and then both parties to aid digestion. A little raw potato nowsxapcr oflloo, where ho paid four Men engaged in whale fishing are on the will get into a fight as to which las is beneficial to the hog's stomach wbea years' subscription In odvanco and made lookout for ambergris, and usually find loved him longer and loved him best." fed largely on corn, It is laxative tho editor sign an agreement to knock most of it in the torpid, sick or very Dr. Talruage... lcau fish, consequently it would appear .. and cool, allaying the feverish teadon him down and rob him if ho over ,r his paper stoppod again. Such to be, what all medical practitioners say There are at present 120 newspa- cy from the hcatiog effects of corn. Columbia U is, the product of a diseased liver. newspaper. per fa the United States of which the But when fed to get the most out of Is lite without a Banner. publishers, editors and chief contribu- them fur fattening, potatoes should be XV THE KANK3 Of TttK PRESS. tors are negroes. Tho oldest of them, boiled soft; aud it grain is fed with Tii Columbia College paper, called Prof. Bwing says, in the Chicago AW' of San Francisco, them, it would bo best to boil both to- Acta Columbiana, described one of the once: "As tho newspaper press has is the Elevator, ' which has attained its eighteenth gether. editors of tho Yale Cbwranf as lying prospered, so in proportion have the with ono ear folded under hit head aa a poet, tho novelist and the dramatist disyear. , The deepest sea toiiudiog ever pillow, while with the other he waved oommeuoement of 'Pa," ssld a little boy, "a horse is says the Scientific American, was made ofl the flies from the celling. Thereup- appeared. In tho ot authors, headed this century the list worth a good deal more, isn't it, nftor in the Pacific ocean, near the entrance on the editors of all the Yale papers, the by Byron, Shelley, Moore, Bcott, Sheriit's.brektf ' 'Yea, my son. Why do to Bearing's Sea. Bottom was atruok Oourant, R6ord&&Ut.i solemnly an- dan, Colnuw, Bulwer and Xnewlet, ask such a qaestioti?" "Because at 4,655 fathoms. The cast km made nounce that the Acta CohmhUmal formed hut a few of tho phalanx. Jou the new rocking horse you from the United Sutes school ship out oft" from eiehtBge. Where aro their compeers el this pegave me this morning." The who complain tb Tusearora. The aholloweit water in hard man aad talks ths loudsstblttweat of riod? They are private soldiew is the of arlnd- iM a of Kdisoa'a Klcrlric Llgbt ia a wondwfu the middle of the AtUatie. 731 fetb lc oppression, U lbs fellow who ksrps bis ranks of the prase. the Minors aad the gen, 4U thjs.iiwjtt ditiTttr.tm not s wcr.de M . . lull's oats. sow tae wtMMeaee hand raaintsd the dseosst ia bis brsschs statin asU whoM btsseh' ssat Is oftsssst Catarrh rare. For sols bf Fesay & Mo Motto to bUI ases. To lbs pare sit ItiQckaU, taint lQ.tm a dew slH er assdkf a pateb. things are pare. AUstK. kilo-leas. Jnlttiirlournal ixuvstrim. art or takiso Tuiiratt kaht. . llm hi "ill "I j exe-cutio- a. y u, En-glan- d, I A HOT.WATKR KXrXR. Tho groat Batro tnnnol, cut to relieve tho celebrated Corns tock mines at Virginia City, Nov., of vast quantities of hot water which Is encountered in them, affords an outlet to 12,000 tons every twenty-fou- r hone, or about 8,000,000 ' DRUGGITSS AND PHARMACEUTISTS, gallons. Somo of the water, aa it Amis its way out ot the mines, lias a tempera-tar- e of 106 deg., while four miles from the mouth of the tunnel the temperature irv ranges from 130 to 135. To obviate the Wall Paper, WIhch. MhhIcaI inconvenience which would ariso from Chemicals. I.lfiHor PalHtfl, Vfgnrn, the vapor such vast qaantlty of water (Stationery, a Pocket NnnpM, JIM, TAlinccea, Cutlery, would give off, the flow is conducted iiiHcry, IHHchlne Flro Arms, iiM"Ci through the entire tunnel, four miles, in Vccdtea. a tight flame made of pine. At the Oar Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Uoeds Department Is In Charre of Cel. point ot exit the water boa lost but 7 Thm. Richards, who will Repair Watches and decks l'romptly and In the best deg. of heat Sixty feet below the style. mouth of the tunnel the hot water is utilized for turning machinery belonging to tho company, from whence it ia Lturncd off by a tunnel 1,100 feet in length, which atrvee as a water-waLeaving the waste tho water flowa to the Carson river, a mile and a half distant Tho hot water is being utilized for many purposes. The hoys havo arranged several pools, where they indulge in hot baths. Tho miners and others use it for laundry purposes, and coun-tr- y. arrangements are being mado whereby a thousand acres belonging to tho company aro to be irrigated. It ia proposed to conduct the hot water through iron pipes, beneath the surface of the soil, near the roots of thousands of fruit trees which aro to be planted, and in a similar manner give tho necessary warmth to a number of hot houses to be used for the propagation of early fruits DEALER IK and vegetables. w ROBERTS &STAG& Stanford, Ky., lH(riiemcnt, -- f -- v Opera House Block, Book, Drug, ri:Aiii:iiH I'cn y. way-tunn- I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and "Winter, comprising the "best in the market, which will be gotten ur in style and make second to none in city or .Jlive me a. trial, H. C. Rupley. W. H. HIGGINS I v h avi its te "I - Hardware, Herae Hkeca, Groceries, Saddle, A DBAF BOLDIBB. QaccHMWArc, Baggy Whips, Nails, A soldier, wishing to get his discharge, Buggy WheelH, Stereo, Cane Mills, Harness, ahammod deafness bo successfully that Spekcn, Grates, Cider Mills, )Lnp Covers, all the medical men who examined his HteHCwarc, Htm?, Cera Shellcrn, Cellars, case were deceived by him. No noise, however suddon or unexpected, had any power to disturb his equanimity; and Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and Cast Pumpi, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofho had acquired such perfect control ing and Ga.terinsj will hare prompt attention over his nerves that a pistol fired over his head when ho woe asleep did not apSaleamcH ,r J eKlnllUt parently awoko him, Grave suspicions as to tho genuineness of his malady were Like entertained, notwithstanding. IT. CBRIGIIT. P.J.GORRAir. most malingerers ho was a littlo toe clover and complete. Still, it seemed impossible to catch him tripping. A final examination was mado; tho doctors expressed themselves satisfied, and the soldier was prescr'Ywith his certificate oi discharge. Or tho door ho met a pored, ' Havo you cot oomrado who s Wholesale and Retail Dealers Iu it?" with an apVWanoo ot eager interest "Yes, here it is I" was the unguarded reply. But tho certificate, though filled in, was not signed, and the malingerer was a sold man. Chamber' Ires, RRIGHT & CURRAN, HARDWARE, GROCERIES AND Journal. RELATION Or TUB SOSR TO TUB FACE. A somewhat singular fact has been observed with reference to the shapo of the nxe, or, rather, tho setting of it, so to speak. To bo strictly correct, from tho artist's point of view, tho noso should laaii bo accurately in tho middlo of the face, and at right angles from tho pupil of one eyo to that of tho other. As a matter of factitisrarelyornover found thus placed; it is almost invariably a littlo out of tho "square," and tho fact of its being so is often that which lends a peculiar expression and piquancy to tho face. A medieal writer points put that thero aro anatomical reasons whyaslightdeviation from tho true central lino may be expected, and that the noso which is thus Trade Maik. accurately straight between the two oyes may, after all, be considered an abnormal one; the only absolutely true and correct organ being, in fact, that which thus deviates a little to the right or left IUEEN8W1BE, AC. Woruntwohous3F, carry theLargost Stookin town; pay cash for oar goods, which enables us to sell you closer than any one. All we aak ia a trial. BEIGHT & CTJBBAN. ft iwmnf) m mMt ai ' 1PHARMACISTS -- DUIIM IB- - Drags, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. Alao I yQjjjj' Fbyclana' premlptlone accurately compounded n' J JEvYELKltMl MafaEgWrea. Largest Stock of Watches, decks, Jewelry A Silverware Ever brought to IhU market. Prlcee Lower than tbeLowealMWatcbee, Clocks ami Jewelry . oa abort Dollce aad. Warranted. it A awABU of bees in tho Sweetwater volloyr Col., settled on a rattlesnake that was six feet in length, twelvo inches rattles. They girth and hod twenty-tw- o stung him violently so that ho was blinded, and he was easily killed with a vpade, ALrnoj.su Uaku, relerrms to fool adulterations lu France, onco said : " II I powou my grocer I shall be sentto tin penitentiary, but if ho poisons mo ha gets off with 810 lino." men to Viivsicuxb urgebntho the resplendent organ in buttermilk. This will give it ft soft, creamy d UNwy t fcle i WmM STI A BlIilEI! -.A-IST- HA-KIsTES- S SHOP, Kates Ialiodealln Nice lot of Horses and Flno Turnouts. i ioofoeo vmrnma woat a want el by me. I will pay ttebijfcestmarketlpr.ee. -- color. No matter how iJd h co 3stltutl may he from dlwow or excew, the Or ea German Invlgorator restores it permanently. See advertlieoaent For sale by Fenny & McAlIiter. Mra. A. T. it in any quantity. ZVUJVJVEL.JL.KY, SfHHford, And can supply COAXm! Ky. Jaos S. Mclntosb, Loulavlllr, aa-- i: 4 ed "My daughter has been an invalid for years, and Crown's Iron Bitters has afford ed her relief; PILES I .PILES! PILES I 1 J'ttrt ma-Io- 11 Fsllow-wieldet- u Dr. Bern tun' .Veic Blueoveru for 14 rwoollM Ik tullea chaum from tb btrUrut la iu. Tli blKortry li tb mull ol clolUetudj and lnTMtlUoa lalo U etuueter ottbU Mlorul dlwu. Tocoa- toe you ot IU frvtl merit, tall oa I'tuvj & Me AlUtw, Stanford, or W. X. Wbr, Ml. Vernon, nil f4 a nuuplo box free of rbarn. Tbtrt la o aably In allowluf a couffe, howaier tlgbt, (a continue. No on can tall tb coujU Ibat may erota dangaroua. Krown'a Expectorant vlU radicate anr eouih or nU itr cantracted, Ak or aaia ny your ilruf Itl for tbla and no oilier. W. N. WeUr, FeonrAMcAllHrf.SUolord.and Mt, Vwoon. J,T,Morflaoa,orW'tblu(toa, lad., aaja on bottle of Krown't Expwloraot voibad Uteacbaiu to hi bu.ll. HUcootluJoflUwo4rfultn-ntWtfuattU- e. for al by rVawy A McAMaUr, HaseW, aad W. M. WUr, Ml Versos. jrofllnit MaJMIli U'laW ii'1' U TIIK IXTEKIOK jeUKNAX. STJBAM JOR OFFICE Deea every Klad erFrlatlagat City prlec. v..n t i ill V t " JLJUJ'ftUaiJJ,..J JL L.aJ k November 2, 1883 of aboHt 45,700, but la the last cleo-Ilethe republican plurality was only W.rP. WALTW. EBITM about 25,000 and the majority but e ot 2,000. Ih the State 1882-- 3 the repubKeaM had a eiear k' majority of eighty-thre- e en a joist For one inemth ye mill receive sulierrlp ImlkH and a majority ef forty-fivtlonitollie ImcMtton Jourhai. at TWO In the House. But in the Lower DOLLARS per year, far. Old m well na House, which was all elected this year, new anliirritiera am .n.lirire.t In If kin ofler. the regular repubjteant number only specifi alfiMvIJcd tdT mht wltlitn Ida see ed" all while the1 democrats caa and a rear 'n advance. Brty-eutrreiMffM , and perhaps Now. I lite diaro for those wlin romjilaln count upon tor a the ono independent vote; so that' t that filHf I wore than Uier c ir paper. republican majority will in the new Houee be only three and perhaps four. Thk aHrtler el worsen by weaking In the last Congress all of Iowa's Rep taes eefltraiies lo be ike ptwttittic resentatives were republican, but in iu the Northern Stales. Connecticut the next thero will be five democrats prlilarly fagoted for this peclcaof and six republicans. The republican eriraeyfttKl part of it m the "party at tbra rate will soon be numperpetrators are never found out. The bered among the things that were. murderers of Mary Stannard, Jecua With ch.ncr trarHnirtvtfon'fo Cramer' BBdBM Ambler still.pellule what "we sell and tower prices for what s tfae earth, "tmotfeer rayterj-oumurder cornea to llgbt. On Fri- we buy of course wo can live more the same money. day last the body of a woman was comfortably on With our present railroad accommofound, fojft' email stream, at Sangatuck, dations, how many people are enjoying near Nbrwalk. The wounds on the been mur- - comforts which fifteen years ago they head skewed that the had 'dered. The body proved to be that did not think it possible for them ever trips of Mrs. Juli Godfrey, a beautiful to possess, and how many take and see the oulskle world who, but woman of 28, who was inclined to a for the railroads, would never have gay seeiety'Hfe, much to the displeascounhtteband, ten years her sen gone beyond tho confines of the ure of het ty. We are all better ofl7 live more lor, who waa fond ol the quiet ot comfortably, know more of what is home. They had quarreled repeated- h more age going on, have broader, wider ly abeut it, awl r week or our fellow man and are, in sne icii bih, uecianng jhu mm " There is bo evi- - fact,, a different peoplelWineheeter pjSejMBlvportable. ' dencTasyet that Godfrey murdered Democrat. It was with regret that we read yes her, though owing lo tho quarrels they is fixed upon him, terday tho touching valedictory of had had, suspicion Judge'Wr M." Beekner and Thomas AaoRQECUieeBgraviDg of one ot G. Stuart, of'tno Winchester demo its editors adortw the sixth page of crat. Increasing 'professional cares of Up Wednesday's Courier' Journal. ine pne anu oau neaitn ot ino omer herowhere the gentleman aro but causes the step. They havo been in slightly known savo by reputation, the harness a long time and have is- ' thcro is a good deal of doubt and dissuetf'K paper creditable alike to themcussion as to which of them it is inselves and the fioo section it visited. tended as the counterfeit presentment. Messrs. D. 0. Leslie, of Clark, and Some claim that it is the bright and W. B. Nichols, lato of the Danville accomplished Dan O'Sullivan, others Advocate, has purchased the paper and say that they Ere in it the lineaments will endeavor to keep it at its present of the benign countenauco of the com high standard. They havo our best iog clerk of the Houee.Polk. Johnson, wishes. "' t seme are equally ae confident that "We see it announced that Phil. B. they can dteoever traces of the beauti Davful city editor, Georgo Jones, while Thompson, the slayer of Walter is, will be a candidate lor 'others swear by the eternal that it is Mr.Haldeman himself and nobody to congress from the eiglh district eke. We believe they are U wrong next year. Surely the people of that and that the je vial critic of the music district will not ratify the disgrace fix of eteamboafwhietles, the great and ed upon the State by the jury that him of the crimo of murder, of good Will Hays, is the gentleman Will which he was guilty, by to be complimented. As a bully and not tho editor of the Commercial de- him to congress. bulldozer he. has- heretofore been a cide ihe queslion and oblige a long Buffering community all broken ' up complete aueeees; fwe' shall 'see if ho sballcontinue to be hereafter." with 'conflicting doubts and fears. a Let-Matur- fri&qr MwslMf, M, E. Bell, of lew, tuceeetk An exehaage figuring en the malt tftTCS 6F CmnkHT EVENTS. Hill ae Architect of the Treasury. -- Vcnnorsays Wl MHS tomorrew, Sunday lwR VWCIkWI Bsnfj WM swill While Hunter's Ceesolldaled greftt'rgpHhMtan vtotorv it wae a and Monday wo may expect a really fieri lire. Show was exhibiting at New In 1S8G Mr. Gar- coMsnap. field oltained a republican plurality Ark., unknown persons fired a Fifteen hundred bales of cotton, Edin-burg, Jim! ' lloy, 5 Dollar 1 e forty-eight- the-ww- adiw syrapa-thieTwit- awaiting shipment to New York were burned at Chareeton, S. 0. Crow Dog, senteneed to death at Deadwood for the marder of the Sioux Chief Spotted Tail, has escaped. Judge Robert F. Baird, the noted criminal lawyer and politician, died in Louisville Wednesday. Shotwell, Clerihew A Lothmann, wheteealo dry goods dealers, of will remove to Minneapolis. Lawrescehurg aleo had a cyclone Numerous houeea were Monday. blown down and much damage done. The receipts of the Government for the month of October were and the expenses 815,000,000. A LexiBgtea man who failed lo get his ticket stamped at the Exposi tion and was put off tho train, his sued the L. & N. for 85,000. The town of Gordonsville, Texas, was totally destroyed by a conflagration that started in a drugstore, which had been set on fire after being robbed, Nine Cherokee Indians havo or ganized themselves into a company for the purpose oestablishiug a National Bank at Vinita, Indian Territory, with a capital of 850,000. named Small, in A horso-thie- l the Belvidere Jail, N. J., has taken a notion that be will surpass Dr. Tan ner's record as a faster. He has eaten nothing for twenty-fou- r days. Chris Dickson was overcome by foul air whilst working in a cistern at Pittsburg and two others, who went to his rescue, were rendered insensible. All were dead when drawn out. The south-boun- d train on tho Kentucky Central was thrown from tho track near Falmouth, Tuesday evening, and four cars were over turned, but there was no pno injured. A disasterous fire, which burned 10 hours and destroyed 180 buildings, including factories, occurred at Savannah, Ga., Wedueeday. The loss is estimated at over one million dollars. Eight new passenger coaches now running on the Kentucky Central Railroad cost 86,500 each. They ride equal to tho Pullman sleepers iu point of comfort. Lexington Press. Charles H. Sams, of Savannah, was accidentally killed in a New York shooting gallery Jn Jennie Mitchell, a member of the ci-monde- . Sams belongs to a prominli Georgia fami- Cin-cinat- i, 0 volley through the canvas. The bullets pasted through all parts of the tent, which was crowded with spectators. A contortionist who was ia the ring was shot a through . ." the head ami died Instantly. Ihe fiends who fired the volley fled to the woods. B0YLE COUNTY. Bnntilh. of Tart, will begin a protracted et!Bg at the ChiUttan church next Monday night. The marriage of M(m Jowphlne SalUr, daughter of II. K Salter, to Mr. Geo. W. CWtnat, of Loatollle, U aaBOUBeed for WedtKtiky, 7th iati. Mr. John P. Ileghet, of Lweela county, Bear Httttonvllle, hu purehaaed Ihe Geo. Yclter property, Bear the public school and will more here with hit family about the let of December. The price paid was 81,200. Etdr John Swwwy, Mr. Amanda Rede asd Mr. and Mm. O. II. Rode, who bare been Tltitisg frienda In St. Louh, utarned Thumday. Mr. I W. Llndler, of Mloncurl, who hu pent a considerable portion of bt time for the lut two or three years In Central Ken tuck, la here again oa-- a brief vtilt. Mr. LI ml If t the patentee of an excellent wire fence and haa a factory for the manufacture of barbed In Kana Citr and one In Higgle-vtllMo. e, - It is telegraphed from Wampun, Wis., that a runaway married woman tad denned male attire and passing herself off as a man had won tho aflec- tiona of a young lady to whom she was duly united in matrimony: The report goes on to say that the couple Yba4 been .living happily together sinco last spring and would probably have continued to do so, had not the husband of the female husband arrived in search of Her. This story might do to tell the marines, but old sailors know it is too thin. A woman might fool another into each an unnatural mar riage, but to make her stand the de coition six months or even a day is nrenoaterous. She don't take to. that kind of husbands else there would'nt be so masy.old maids in the country, lleogiag for seme wo to love. A gea uine man is what she wants and a pair of old breeches does not make one. , , , ,,... ,. dT, Commercial gives the lie direct to the paragraph that is go ing the rounds to the effect that it has "'been sold and will be made a demo cratic paper, and adds: "The untruth fulness of the quotation was recorded lwhea the pa raph was first printed, The Louisville This section does not want anymore .very pae wno nas tried to carp. eat them has had to leave the table go Several of out of doors, and vomit Fayette's most prominent citizens have related to us instances of this kind-Th- e taste of these finny scavengers is said to be altogether peculiar and natty. One mouthful of earp k Mid to be ompty the stomach quicker than a spoonful of i pecacf Lexington Ad vertiser. StbtiienW: Dorsey has given $6jOpO tothe University of New Mex-ieeThis is better than an investment in Indiana votes. He may not get a dinner at Delmonico's and have of the United the States patronizingly speak of his gift as "seapi- - but he.ia wre- - ta reap a pleaamter harvest from his investment than haoWd in 1480, when he elected Garfieldi ft Vice-Preside- Major CnuMiuudn, Collector of but a lie always distances the truth. We reiterate that the Commercial has sot been sold and will continuo to be an indepeBdest paper. No changes are contemplated except to improvo the Hie of. policy at tire each punned.. The Commercial is ma .est king money, was never before so pros perous and is quite well satisfied with itself." We are glad to know this for it is a capital paper and deserves sue iwls eeee. Josathaa Davis was a bachelor of C5, asd Elizabeth Kiyett a maiden cf 69. They bad lived In the same coun ty in Georgia all these years, but they met for the first time at au evening party last week. It was a case of love at first sight ea both sides. Joaathaa proposed, ad they were married then-an- d tee-e- . who live The trite old saying that "person is glass houses should never throw stoaee" U about to lose Its apt- glWt iaveatw has pro- sew, for au to daeed a BMtfcM orhartKaiag ,gi be used for house huikling at which an fifceupaat eat threw all the stones he wU te without hwting anything. Internal Revenuo in the Second Kentucky District, has been acquitted in the U. S. Court of the charge of using official evelopes for private correspondent He kj still toundergo an lex- !! r .? animsuiuu i ueiore me Internal Ileve- nue Department and as he spoke of Commissioner Evans as a "vain iaaI. om man," it is not likely he will fare so well in that trial Itm a cold i week when Mercer county does no furnish a murder or two, and this is not one of that kind, for on Monday night Robert Pulliam, in a drunken row, shot R. I. Hawkins through the heart, killing him instantly, and mortally wounded James seconds. Moffatt. Reports of the affair aro in- twenty-twsufficient to determine whether or not The total receipts from the postal the act was in any manner justifiable. service for the fiscal year ended June It U reported from Frankfort that 30 were 845,508.002; expenditures. Gov, Knott has positively refused to 842,810,700; surplus, 82,091,092; interfere in auy fines against gamblers It is believed the surplus revenue but will let the amounts go, where would have been greater by at. least they properly belong, into the school 81.000,000 if the receipts had not fund. Now let him say and stick to it, that he will pardon no concealed been affected the last quarter by the weapon mitcreant and he will be en- approaching reduction in postage rates dorsed by the good people all ovsr the while the expenditures were greatly in State. creased by the act that began to operate It is said that Attorney General March 3 last, providing for the read Brewster is boeked to tro before the justment of postmasters' salaries on snows of winter cover the earth. We are glad of it. Brews does sot earn his the basis of the reduced postage, that hmm by lone odds and be is too much did not go into effect until the eighth mouth thereafter. of a dude to get down to bard work. "l .bast Ihursday twenty-onyears ago, lucre was snow a foot deep in Kentucky, and eight inches in Tennessee and four in North Georgia. Bragg's army retreating from the State, encountered many privations. Bourbon News. Twelve hundred pounds of dyna mite exploded at Brooks Tunnel, on the B. & 0. road, in Pennsylvania. Five men were killed. Buildings for milee around were shaken fifteen by tho explosion, and window-glaswas broken seven miles distant. Tno Washington County Court of Claims rather astonished the people over there last week by making ap propriations ot the amount of 870,000. Over fifty thousand dollars of this amount was for. tho building of turnStandard. pikes and bridges.-Leban- on Mary Churchill, who mysterious ly disappeared from her home in St. Louis, and whose father has spent much time and money in searching fcr her, writes and tho letter is that she is not on the stage, is still a maiden and earning an honest living. Paris, was struck by two different cyclones, tho first passing over the city at 2 o'clock Monday morning and tho second in the afternoon. Two persons wero killed, several injured, and buildings were blown down. The lota of property is estimated at 840,000. Taylor's clothing house, Brooks & Lyman's drug store and several ware houses were unroofed. . Tho Interior Department has joinned the Naval Observatory in recommending that the time of the 75th meridian, which is to be the standard of tho Eastern division of the uniform railway scheedule, be ad opted as the local time of Washington City, and the recommendation meets with no opposition from the other De partments. If the change is made, the clocks in Washington will have to bo put forward eight minutes and e s o ' . Nearly all of W'ednenJaj was consumed with the trial of Mag Fry, a colored woman accused of catting Kilter Reed, another colored woman. The defendant wa finally held In a bond of $75 for her farther appearance before the Circuit Court, Was It Shakespeare (old Rill) who wrote a drama called "Much Ado About Nothing' well-laiAn cat on would do more toward abollsblag such rows a Mag and Rttter engaged in than the more elaborate method now in vogue, Mr. Gabriel Rice died on Wedneeday at 10:30 o'clocK A. M. at the residence of Dr Geo. Cowan. HUdralh was the remote result nf a fracture of the neck of the thigh bone,aastalned In 1878, and Ihe feeblesea attendant upon old age. Mr. Rice wa born in Garrard county on the 1st day of April, 1794 and spent hi early life on a farm in that county. After a brief employment a a merchant's clerk in Stanford, he came to Danrille in 1815 and resided here continuously until hia death. Shortly after hi location in Danrille, he and hi brother, P. G. Rice, embarked in the dry goods and hemp manufacturing buiine, which they carried on successfully untij lStO, being overtaken, Iiowerer, by fsilure in that year of dhmtcri to so many business interest. After the failure he became Teller in the Branch Bank of Kentucky and continued in that capacity until 1854, when through the effort of himself, Col. Clifton Rode, Messrs. Robert Washington, Iasacber Fisher and other, the Central Bank of Rentucky wa organized and he waa appointed Teller. He waa Teller of thl bank until it was merged into the Central National Bank, after which he opened a prirate deposit bank and carried it on successfully for eereral year. After feeling the weight of year, he wound up this businea and went to reside with hi niece, who wa the wife of Rer. Jonathan Edwards, D. D., then a professor in the Theological Seminary. 8inco the death of Mr. Edward, which- occurred aeveral years ago, he ha made his home with the family of Dr. Geo. Cowan. Mrs' Cowan being also a niece. Mr, Riee was a known a a man who held deep conviction upon all matter religious, political and social, and a one who nerer hesita ted at expressing hi opinion, regirdless of their popularity. lie was the poasesser of a fine library, and, it might be added, a with useful knowledge mind He was a modest,unassuDiing man, a friend of true merit wherever found and a gen tleman by nature. lie waa a brother of Nathan L. Rice, D. D.,tbe eminent Presby terlan divine, who held a religious debate many years ago with Alexander Campbell at Lexisgton and which wai presided over by Henry Clay. d well-store- d GEO. 38 0. BARNES in SCOTLAND Tbhace, Glasgow, Oct. Gtb, '83 PRAISE THIS LOIin" Eldkrmjk Berkeley St. Dtir Interior t We have not abondonedBhacklewell Lane, a we feared, for the dear Griffith allow u io leave our baggage undisturbed in our old room, without coal; onlstipula- ting, in case the rooma are taken by other parties, of which there is not much probability, we thai) atore It elsewhere. This put us at ease and leave ua free to go and come at pleasure, undisturbed by the of our few earthly good. Thursday night we spent at Ilighgate and 44 dear friend gathered at "Sana Sou'cl" for a social evening and a parting bible reading, Jt waa an occasion never to be forgotten. All A, 1 friends; all in loving sympathy with "our gospel" and all anxious that others should know that which has so blessed themselves. What theme could be chosen on auch an occasion? I wa shut up to "God's love and nothing else," and the dear LORD opened toy mouth with a suitable word. Marie sang "I've found a Friend Ol audi a Friendt" and we parted at 10 o'clock, after one of the mott charming 'God epeeda" we have hitherto enjoyed. It to Scotwas a sweetly refreshing "icnd-off- " land an J a pleasant inspiration, of our dear Johns la calling tbsta together. We started from San Soucl yesterday morning. John bad thoughtfully provided a vehicle and secured us a compartment In the railway carriage, so that we had It all to ourselves, the whole way. He and our dear Mies Freeman, who entertained wife and George during our stay at Bexley Heath, Station, us to 8t. I'anora aecompsBied where just 7 months beforewe steamed la by the Midland Railway, with Leaden "all iw," little knowing "what hould befall us there," but a simply quiet and trustful a when we started fer- Seetland, only kMwieg our Siephsrd Guide. Going ont and cxalng In are one to faith. be-fo- W came on the Midland nearly to Derby, ever the rente we hy a rat front Liverpool, and then turned netthward over an entirely new way. The northern counllt of EngMnd are very beautiful In varied landapa rrenery Cumberland and Weatmortland counties especially. The valley of the Eden River la well named. The Yorkshire vale ate also unsurpassed. I knew ne mere enchanting landscape than that which greet the eye In the valley of the Aire. Eattsire, where the philanthropic a well as energetic Hlr Titu Hah erected a model manu facturing village, I theprettleat part of ll; taking It name from the combination of the title of the man and river, whoe swift water make hi rpindle go. EUtow Churchtower, where John Banyan need to rfog the chime, la visible as we dash by that Bedfordshire village at 60 mile per hour. We ran the first 100 mile from London without halt In Just 2 hour. Only 4 or 6 dope during the journey, including half an boar for dinner at Glasgow I a little furlhei from London than Ediabarg, or something over 400 mile. The run is made in 10 hours and SO minuter, Including stop, an average of over 40 mile an hour. Daylight forsook us about the Scotch border and our little party quietly napped It until we rsn swiftly into St. Enoch station, Glsrgow, where our brother Richard Hunter waited for ut. The Electrlo light made alt a bright a day; the cab was ready and In 10 minutes we were at our new lodgings. Here we found Mrs. Hunter and frit at home at once. A far a roomy apartment, handromely-furntthed- , a well provided table and clean, comfortable bed can make ua happy in Glasgow, we shall be in a atate of bliss. Praise the LORD for this loving provision. He I alway good to HI children, To day all Glargow haa been astir with a great processional exhibition that we were o fortunate a to see from our dining-roowindows to the greatest advantage; 30,000 working men, representing the different industries of Glasgow, marched til procession wllh banners, music and vehicle mounting the various handicraft in full ueratIon, a far as that could be performed In wagon. It took them about .1 hour to pat and 53 band discoursed sweet or sour musics brass, Cfe and orchestra alternated. I leave each one lo say "which was which" for himself. Taste differ. Thu noble horse drawing the vehicle particularly attracted my attention. There inu.l have been 1,000 of ihem in all; capirisuned in the most Korgtoua tripping of piper flowers itrung along every part of Ihe harness, with tails and ruaois plaited and similarly adorned; G0aurb animals belonging to Ihe Fire Department and "all in a row," were enough to male a Kentuckian blink his eye with admiration. bad an old fellow with The riding on a hone, Rip VanWinkle-bearwith an ax of ancient pattern in hia hand, and followed by meu bearing aloft a Noah's Ark of very primitive pattern Im mediately behind this, on a handsome wagon, came a beautiful model of a modern crew steiruer of the most approved build I notice, however, in parsing, that Ncali' craft foaled, which some of these tnsgaiG-cehuman invention f til at time to do; and if the chief merit of a vtsasl ia to keep above water, Noah's Ark ttill "wear the blue" for buoyant qualities, in a stormy tea, the like of which nor Atlantic nor Pacific ever saw. The streets are quiet now. The tun I about to go down and the day's hubbub ia over. One of the banner had on it tic fron-s- it gloria tatwrdi, and I conclude my description with the apt mie quotation. I will be so glad when Jeaua cornea and relieve sons of toil. Of all these these 30,000 I'could but notice that roost of and alooplng, tbem were habit-typof the exhausting toil that bows down the race. It is true. Divine love turns the corse Into" a blessing, butfoioru a curse, all the same.' There is no "aweatof the brow" in beaten only service that rePraise the LORD. What would fresher, I not give to bring the gotpel I know In contact with these 30,000? But they are fast abut eff from it, to a great extent. in James W are to begin Morrison street mission chapel, nf which a yet I know nothing. I only know HIM who' doe know all about it. That I enough. Ever in Jems, Geo. O. Babwes. There are 2,000,000 widow in Ger many, it is ald Some of the huibaadi are in heaven, but the majority are in thi country. A railroad auperintendent haa given the San Francisco Call an estimate of the railcoat of an average train on a road; For in express train, locomotive, $12,000; baggage car, $1,200; smoking car, $5,000; dining room car, $12,000; five Snt-cliPullman, $18,000 eaeb; total $120,000. The ordinary exprea train represent about $35,000. Borne Pnllman ctr coat $30,000 eacb.The average valueof a freight train is still greater than that of a passenger train if the rolling stock and value of property are included. Sometimes the through freight traini agjreite in vat. ue from $230,000 to $300,000. ce XmJllTKH AHTRRTHKXKaTR. " ?all hh4 WiHtei HUllOKON DHNTIHT, LANCASTM, KY. from a In M. r.WA-T- t, MILLmEK'l Opera. House (Vale-I OnesoTerClllrentKsllonsI It . H, and from I lo 5 p. Bint. Dnlrshoiirs M. KY. Will ptsctletln DtrrsM sn.t tdJolnlMeoanllM (ISl-lyr- J aed Courier A Mls. ATTOIINJ3Y At LANCASTER, H. O. BAM M. HUKDKTT, TAW, b soil, I Kav set hto.t mj am itillj r eU fulsnd rnsrlelllnor Kithlnnaliio Mlliiloorr, . r which I lnllthBtlentlm-tho lad Im I ha, ttaen stlrsordlnsrf pains In III trleeilnn and sin ronftdent thstso elimination lull thatltneee. ssrr taiparrbMo. (all aeid m m MIHH HKI.I.K HVilHRH. llM proroMli will b recslrsd tj lb Directnttnbrd Opera lions till Neivem. Msiter Oimmlulomtr flirrtrit Clrrult (Viirt. Will har 10, inM.fbrllt mntsl for ons year, wllh prattles I all thu Courts of (UrnM sod sdJolMrif Ih privilege of a termor jf an If mutually agreotl upnn. llon.lt wllh tpprorcd socurlly will U reeounim sni ininauonrisi Arpnui. quired of Ih lesm. Tbs right to reject Mr te all bids nserrnU Direct leiien lo tho Hoard, WA I.TH.V, II'. Ml. of Blintbrd, Kr. IKMt LANCA8TJSR, KY. ors ef lb ATTOHNUY At IjA.W, XAUrrMAN, For Hint'! ENTERPRISE Grocery. GEO. D. cfcJ JOS. NKVEIClZfCE, LslsofCbensull, Meeersne A J. with Os., Uunrord, Ky., M. ROBIKSOX JC CO.. n. Importers sad Jobbers of Bry flood, HoUou, A& , til Mala street, Cor, Math, HT, BURDETT LOIJIHVILLi:. . aarauaaia KY. C3-- . OO., IIAVC II. "7CTextQYm l4utj ImiicaNter, JCcittticky, IuUtllle, Kr., aiHnnall, O., sod hidtsewpoM. Ind ,delenfactt.lawsy A 8001', Decker Kros ', IfilrMw', J. A (1. Inner, Vom, A Boat', HiMwIo A On '1 (XitUg'S Upright sad tfquar Itanu Kortrt: aUo tbs Kstey, rtkoalnfsr and Hamilton Urgsu. n. Inttrumenls Md st prices and Utwi Is suit Dun'lgltsf oor order till you get stir prices and terms I. II. IIhIcIwIh A Co., Just Recoivod Anothor Car Load of TO THE PUBLIC W win (mv rj ittn4Ua t-o- Furniture, v. Cuoilill oi'of OlllNniNO.W promlM io giro will glte Itbtr UO-t bolle.1 Mtlihrtlsn, sod wkea rieur rvr.Wkssk Uadtrd stake or unboiled mel. MeALISlTBli HAIXKK. Parlor and Chamber Sots, Bods & Loungoe, Bed Springs and Hattroseos, Sof;H BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE - IN STANFORD, KY. I offer for hU prlrately isy kouo KoaterMt street which la occupied by aid lot on I, M. tulle. IWemlooto toglf.o Jin. 1, 1M. Tem renin-abl- e. Kor particulars writ 10 n it Harper, Kin-ais- sr rail on Xobt. M. I.ylle, ntantord, Ky, IUIodoe.1 II'. H. AXItKKHUX. Hirpor. KUsn. bag-pip- e and Chairs and Everything Furto a Plnt-clAHniture More. S I'rlccn an Lew an Aiijbedw'ri. VALTJABWB- FurnlturE. I bars lblullMtad:Uetller reatlarot rerr dncrlptloo e hlbllcl la Ciinbrd, si troll through ray sloe will prats. My price r at low at similar toodt can b bought I the cities, fact alt capable ot oeclir demonstration, I aU keep on band a lull line of rr bright-colore- Garrard Go. Lands TOR SAXE. VntlcrtnkcrN' Ooedf ! s nt And am ready to sorts laoeralt promotly wllh a a nice, new Hearse. I oftr it prlette ul my firm cf staat SOO sr , o, In UtrTard, stool ons mils below Own Dick with Urge cottife boas of ellbl rooms, lo Ordern by Tele;rnph Promptly Atnumber wis repilr, sllse ryoauulldlBt,snd tended to. thsUndfcrttl sod la Sot slils of enlUfitlon, Brsrl sllbrlnf Insrais. Oa tbeplirwli s distillery of about loo battels espicllr. Tbs tnraplks from Din, Ills to Lsitogtoa runs ibruuth ihU 17MXs Una, sod lbs tb locstlon It vTcoavralsaL Alto Iu sens, s put of lbs B. M. Jon farm, oa tb sim pits, tdJloln( tb iboea. Tb loo plms will po sold as a wtrale, or dlrlded I suit purtbii. en. Ths purcbtter will alto but lbs oplloo. to rails tbs dlitlllfry, orlt ein b rtDMTnl. Alu iintUfirm sdlololof tb slntexleKTlUd proper- ly, wllh fill Inirrortmtnti, lo lbelnl,rrvtlon o llarln laken cbsigs ol tb Pa a till itJ liuesa Vliti turnplVt, cooulo placs for bs coming season, this ftmous watcrlig I am bow- A loiilltnctof II sens, IngiboutCJicrM. lands of T. tioa. Alssa tlsr bout la tbs town of llrjtnln Ills, s wtrtbou uMrtbsd-po- t Receive Guests. lo 1Bcntltr, a burial kit In tb Lancaster All tMsboTSprvpertr will UmiJ ua eery liberal lurus. Koriurther paillculirt call I bars s corps s trained scrtaau and will b abU to furnish onorsauress hkiih.ki.h,Ky Sep. IS tr UranUTllle, NHtlnntctery AccemmeHfaiUcHin B. K. WEAKEN. ESTILL SPRINGS Prepared te ! iij MILLINERY lltlnj li ths ! UJImIo It baJ,snd I lotluihsatlrnllonofibe coatdint that (can p'eus ths tnott faitldlsus. 190--lf My Vail sod Wlatsr slock of Mllllecry now sr fUllitt sod. bo4Kiaetl I bars siei To all penont In pnnalt of brillh or ptiasur. The medicinal quaJltlco ef Iheao water too will known tolls people of Costral Kentucky to s dwrlpllon i.f proprrUe. Bd raUs of board willth.lr sg t reuonaU. Ths or further InfomutKio, apply tsmsst lrrtoe,Xy. it. imi h. jt. j'jvicecK. Thinking my Irttodt for their liberal palroosg ol tb put, I esniMtly sik aroallrtoine. MllS. K.I TK V UlDRHA It. hard-hande- 1IC. X. DANVILLE, Hat-IUo- . ) SMITH, MYERS HOTEL, STAJCFORD. IT., E. H. BUBNSIDE, - Propr High Reputation, -- AMD Homoeopathic Physician, e and Well - Known KENTUCKY. This OldStill Maintains its Hotol Its Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to bo Coaatrr Hotel in the State ia iti Pare, Appoiatseati, or Attention to Ooaifert ef their Qaeets. Ketldenc. Clement House; offlc opp, Central Bpoclil atUotloa to dlmtrt of women and children for Ibo luitclfhl o jeirt. llVsa: IiiforiuHtioii Wanted. A tullablsrswwd wlllb loading lo tb dONtloo ol JA. O. rendition. sh did not account for whoa our spat Hliotvrd tbr jeira 10. jr. it. mivliso Jb lCSMt-o- Hall lndorser)andrromr ofourltce. "bleb nail, It lira UUrtllllB IHrJi. Parlnno to., Chicago, pild tat Ufarmitloo III Public Sale Denrablu ItulicHco In I will ofltr at public auclloo to tb der, o t tb premises, on 8Ihh-lord. rtagsage Mill bs esarsTSd te sad rrsss tkt 4 fr.e.f ekarge. Npeclal accowmoiitloas t tCsa.mcrclilTrirlre. Tk.UtrwIHk alwt;s sapollcd with Ik cktlc.sl aa etsrs. of krs -- Llsr DANVILLE- blgbritbld first-cla- a MONDAY, (Count llous sad aod 1 r. .. tb sltual oo ins nortneati corner or Niin ana Aim urtou, la tbtown of HtinrurJ, and now oocupled ij UdL W. V McKluntr. Thi Lot fronli 61 feet on Main street, imiu dlatelr opposite tbs l'ranclt llo iri, ion tmuai ui ib oiqin inuui ocu ieoi. TblaiproreuinU eontlit tf a It r no two-tlo- rr frain dwelling cl7 rooms, a gout well, coal bout nu a new sums, wun tiaii rvoiui lor in nurxt. b catbj rsuitluder la lbr Taaua enualseml-snnu- tl Inttilliuentt.wlth lolerett f out data, l'uutailoo cao t ultra nt iny tluis sfier guud. (or further In. IV dtrs Iroia tsl. Till foruuilon, sppljr to iu or W II Illgglne, blsa. lord. Kr. II. Ar.cmtx. ivi-i- a Kiecutor of Alfred Alcorn's will. j Court NOVEMBER 6, 1883, dsr) between tbo'boursof It x.u Dwelling Lot PLANING MILL 1 COMPANY . .1 'Manu'attu'rers of ' J. Deer, Niuh, ltllaela, Wlutlaw HHd The Odd Ftlhwt Ritum Thankt. At a meeting of Stanford Lodge No. 150, I. O. O. P., held Oct. 30th, 183, by a unan-imo- ui vote It was ordered that the thinks of thi Lodge be extended to those citiien of Stanford and vicinity who io kindly Dear FrHtHew, Ncrell Bfeltl-lu- g, TItUSTEE'S SALE Shu Valuable Farm in Lincoln Co. Work.THrH- - AsTrusteoof Kllsiletb Hill and others, and Iu opened their door and cheerfully and hos- punuanrsof a JaJguent rendered br lb Mull ton Circuit Court. JMJ. lo lb action nf tlliibeth Hall pitably enterlalmed the delegate to our net Tbornu P. Culllnt, Ae, ft Mtrr Moore, Ac. h udrrtlud will on Grand L"dg, held here last week. Iuk Latko Work, rieorlHK, Oellluic,WeMtk-erbsHrdlH- ,' ;, E.W. llnowK.l c.m,..e BucHlen's Arnica Safre. wonder of lbs worlJ. War-riotlo speedily curs Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Ulcers, HsltKlisuu, FTr Sum, Csncsrs, files, Chilblains, Coras, Titltr, Cbspped Haods asd all skin eruptions, (uirautcsd to curs lo amy or noney refunded. A roslltr cur lor film. : Jc per bex. For ill by J'enny 4 Mo Allstsr. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7,1888, l)rewel I,HHtber, Tb(reatMt medical WiikAwatt Druggnt$, McAlliUr ar alwsjr allialu their luilaiw, sod spsrsne pains to secur tb UtofTryallclla tbelr line. Tbsy bar secured lb Sfsocy hi tb cslsbralsd Dr. Klof' Msw IMKorwy fer Couuuitln. Tb oaljr certain curs for CooiuupUoo, Cuugbs, Colds, Uoaras-ses- s, Altbms, Hr feter, Bronchitis, or any sSso-llo- o vflbs Tbroal and Luof. Sold eo a positive guansts. TrM Bottles frc. Ksfulsrslss, fl. WeNs.rnnyd Oltrr st puUlo suction to tb highest Udder, ou tract tbs preiultea, sbuut the hour of II a. u, And otkr- of laud containing I VI Acres, 1 Hood, UU Voles. Kild tract ofltndli tllutta lo Lincoln half war letwceo Stanford tud count. Kr-.UI'lorllle, antl It cou'enlenl to turnplkis audio lltlartowaorrloutb Dintlllt Depot, bu a com. forlible dwellldg bouts and all ncniurr luiprvt-uitouoo- lt. Itlttbtiam Uod whkh It row sou bit boeo forMrinl Jsin occupied by lurid Alao Dealer la Moor. Ttruia. Bali win Umadtou a credit of tlz nd twelrs montbij lbs purebmer will to required loftrtboad wllh spprorod tscurlt for ths piTwtnt of tb purchiM won, toliafo tho font and cdscI of a Judgment, beariug legal loterrtt frouidsjr of nls, with a Ilea retained until ill lbs Bureau laousj Is paid. Tb proparlr I now Ituted until Jauuirj lit. Iftsl, at whlcb tluipos-MuMo- u W dll ou ut or writ fw prl will be gttso to tbs purvbtter stock aod will do our Lost to pie you C. II. HHUVK, Trunin. ivi.td and quality of materia). t Building Material FuriuiuK JTiUiulier! kp is atargo prtest HANVihLK SZy oi4UTTsJrlWvaM t&Twk. UJ-Ji- l'LAMSO Diaillle, Ky, Mill C0 . X ' 1 X .. mjn Four or Mini i. s.l .. limilU9i"l jisasja i'"tjuii' e mmmamsm Mr. Wm. Rockland, of Warren, Ohio, in our midst looking for a suitable locas fsrm, tion. He wants a good where he can raise fine cattle. He pronounces ntir Isnd as good as any in Is bine-grasKen-luck- FrltJay Meniing, five down medium slis chick ens wanted by T. K. Walton. ville. The prolrscted meeting at Ml. VerCome and see the handsome display of non BsptUt church, In this county, closed Qneensware at flrfght A Curran's. last Friday, Between 50 and 00 were reVersailles Cam, on me before you buy anything In ceived by baptism and letter. Novwsbw 2, 1883 Sun. the grocery line. T.K. Walton. 7NJT C4J0. tide-wal- C Yonns; and wife, Rer E. IT. Knlhcrford and wife and Miss Sillle D Young, of Dan- I I' k Mr, Kn, MqKonrcRTS Is raising his MARRIA8ES. and laying a new pavement, for which James Pollard, of Garrard, and Miss he Is entitled to a vols of thanks. Aggie Ball, of this county, married at Mrs. EiproMlrtU" Mouth . ;M REMKMnEit we make a specialty of goods Nancy Vaughn's Wednerday. ' Norn ' in quantity and can guarantee you lower At the residence of the bride's father LecALjumccs. prices than any one. Bright A Cuaran. Mr. (.has. Hunley, in this place, on ThursBiir I'aikts of Penny A McAllstef. The Grand Jury has indicted the L. A day evening last, the 25th Inst, by Elder School Hooks at McRoberts srnl Bust's. N. ft. It In three cates for repairing their II. T.Wilson, Mr. Franklin G. Wardroper Ammunition 0f nil Unil at McKoberU employes to do unnecessary work on the to Miss Maud S. Hunley. TLe hsppy A Sum's. Bsbbalh day and one for obstructing the couple left on a short visit to relatives in Nick sto.sk of birthday earth at Peony A turnpike at Stanford Junction. Illchmpnd Herald. Stanford. MeAllster's. Manier-Owsle- y. Ths elegant counat Me DeuWa i Colt' Where, under the watehfal eye of Mr. E. W. BUELL-bo- rn and bred t the TheL, AN. excursion to the Louisville try home of Hon. John 8. Owsley was the Kobee ts A mn'- Exposition will leave Crab Orchard it 6:30 scene bmainess , every pair it hammered eat under the Old Time Elbow Grease yesterday morning oi me nappy at Standard read ralxeJ paints A. m. Saturday, pssstng here at 0:10 A. M., union of two loving heru. His lovely A Style, certainly It ii not strange that ia Ohio, Illinois, Pennsylvania and arriving at the Exposition platform Jos. Haai Has; Cholera Cure. Penny about 10.30 A M, IlelurnlBg It will leave daughter, Miss Mary E. Owsley, Just bud' A McAllster sols agents. IfewTork, where they have been known for the past 40 years, ded Into the matchless charms of ;uung . Wk ean Mil you a gun any where from the same point at 11 r. M., arriving here to womanhood, bright, amiable and accombreakfast. The fare for the round-trilto$76. Mo KobetU A BUgg. plished, had been wooed and won by Mr. AY. Brand new stock of every thine la the good only for that dry and that train, will 11, Manler, a young gentleman of Nashville, ewelry line at Penny A MoAIIeter's. be $1 CO, which includes admission to ths Tenn , and at 0:30 in the brilliantly-lighte- d s Watcmw, Clocks and Jewelry repaired great show. parlors the conaummstion of their fondest A McAlteter. Are nsnsnally styled and warranted by Penny In Ms notes on the Odd Fellows meet hopes waa realized as they stood before the Foh coagh. eelde. Ac, use Ceaapotind 60c ing Mr. Wm. Ilemmlngton, of the Paris Rev. H. II. Caldwell and took upon themSyrup White Pine. Put up in 26o and ! Trial sin 10o. MclloberU A KmtueLian siys: Wm. li. Mclloberls, of the selves the rows that shall unite "till death bottles. drug firm of MclloberU A Stsgg, inquired do part." Only the Immediate friends WE ARE SOLE AGENTS. Moore about the Bourbon young tidies and those relatives most Interested In the personal we met. The three dele welfsfe of the young couple, witnessed the thtn any one else . Ms. T. B. MomtouHMY and children gates from Paris and A. Morrow, of Hutch- - sacred event, and the good wishes and God are In Louisville. Isoni were taken In charge by Col. W. G. were no mere llpeervices, count,, Welch and entertained at his elrgant man- speeds expressed Mim Haouic Jomw, of but the genuine outbursts of loving hearts. Is the gueet of M1m Maggie Saunders. sion In princely style. Col. Welch and Afterwsrds the party was ushered into the Mws CaitiMc Cower U visiting Miss-- e his amlible ltdy did everything In their dining-rooand seated to beautifully Xnnle and Jennie McAtitterat fisnvllle. power for the comfort of their guests, and dressed tables, filled with the choicest of Wavsslv, surely they were successful in their under Miss Xxma Warrcx, L vlsnda, excellently prepared, which were stMo.,lsvlsltlsber uncle, Mr. K. C.War. taking. Col. Welch atands at the head of duly discussed and heartily enjoyed. Then ren. the Stanford bir, is Msster Commissioner there was the sad leavetaking with the Mus. T. M. HAIL and Mra.Iiaao Ham. and, bis people think, should represent father and mother that bad loved and lltoii are vlsltlne: Mrs. Ingram la Louie that district in Congress. Editor Walton, cherished her so fondly, and the young vllle. of the Stanford Journal, Is among the couple departed to enjoy their honeymoon t pretty many to whom the representatives are unWiuiobk, Mm. Ooc-cerIn an extended trip North and East. wlJow from Nicholas vllle, U visiting Mra. der obligations for kindnesses shows. He -- Vnltt In- During the marriage service the bride B.Q. Alford. has one of the neatest offices in the State was attirtd in an elegant white radiziinler McKongHW bu returned and bis subscription list numbers among Mm, 8, S. Q silk snd embossed velvet, point duchess fro'ta a visit to Mra. Judge P. 11. Mulr, In the thousands. lace and wore a full set of diamonds, one Valley. Peewee A Younci man attempted to "salt the u of the manr costly presents the received. MilKAr".CilUMwleflWedneeday to ry" by sprinkling a few bandfuls In their The sun never shone on a gentler, lovller visit relatives at Kanrav City, Mo., ami beds the other eight. They found It out, bride. Naturally of a bright mind, she has trill be gone eeiae lime, however, In lime to remove It before retir- Improved every sdvantage that affectionate Mwm Mamu Chbvault and Jennie ing for the night. The jurors were all and wealthy parents could conceive for LINCOLN COUNTT. Bsufler went to the Exposition yesterday highly Indignant and declared eternal her pleasure or advancement, and although with Mr. J. 8. Hughes. Huttonrille. thoroughvengeance on the perpetrator of the crime. but eighteen years of age, she Is Lucy Burto!, Annie and Ma. J. B. Green is in Cincinnati. Mrs. Dr. Ths happy thought was conceived to allay ly accomplished and fitted for any station ry Brown, Lettle and Sue Heist went to their anger with music, and at 10 Tuesday in life. She belongs to one of the oldest Manning, of Clay county, is visiting her jetterday morning. night the delightful strains of nine Instru and beit faiillies In the State, being a sister, Mrs. John D. Carpenter. akdMm.T. T. Garrard, of ment which compose the Stanford Orches grand niece of Hon. Wm. Owsley, who waa It seems to me the donors of the SiltManchester, spent a day with tbelr daugh- tra fell upon their willing ears. It had Governor of Kentucky from 1844 to 1848. ing tackle are premature in their signifiter Mra. W.T. Green returning, from the the desired effect, lor in a few moments the Mr. Manier, the envied groom, is a hand- cant indications of a determination to reli Kit position. door was opened and while his white gar some and stalwart young man of six feet gate our distinguished President to the Mr. A.T. Uookkr, Superintendent of ments were fluttering to ths breete, the one, and though but twenty-one- , he Is fast peaceful pursuits of private life. Maeklnery at Stanford Junction, has bro foreman of the jury sweetly exclaimed: Last night Mr. L. Sharpe and a friend developing into a good business man of boBsekeepleg here and shipped his "Gentlemen, In behalf of this jury, let me steady and irreproachable habits. His were driving out in a buggy to attend a ilnth. family to Nashville. Alex Mitchell and Lun Cohon, two thank you for this highly appreciated act father Is a wholesale boot and shoe dealer fox chase in the neighborhood. In the Cane Mr. axd Mrs. Geo. II. Bruce went of kindness on your part. who were working for Mr. E. Best Saw e are all en of Nashville, Tcnn.. and bis family ranks darkness a young man rode against the veto Louisville this week. The former has Joying the'muilc to the fullest extent. We with the first of the State. He is indeed hicle, smashing one of the wheels; this had a difficulty over one of the fair sex, returned but the latter will speed aome believe our 'sailer' is In this crowd, and Mitiell stabbed Cohon twice in to be congratulated on winning the love of frightened the horse attached, which in his in which tine there with her aunt, Mrs. Gray. we now publicly proclaim that his sins are so lovable a woman, and we hope for him attempts to run away, wrecked the buggy the back, rfl. it ia thought mortally Ih fact, all FarraiHR IaipIemcBta aad.'AKrlcHltiiral Mim Fannie Hose, ol Little Kock, forgiven. Ths bloody hatchet Is buried and his that all their days on earth may and spilled the occupants. The parties wounded him. Cohon knocked Mitchell Keep oh kaadB (ho Largest Kteck such geeds te bo Ark., who hsa been Tlsltlng MIm Lucy forever." After which the dcor closed and be as bright a the one that saw them pro were considerably scattered, but sustained down with a aingla-treatter he was prices tkat will ce at pare fetrad las Ccatral Kcalucky, aHd Tate, returned home Wednesday, and a the boys went on their way rejoicing. This nounced man and wife. no mateiial damage. cut and would have killed him If they had any dealer aaywherc. favorably with lheuo sad and forlorn. certain Bank President li A kind Providence has brought around not been separated. furnish e another proof of the truthfulness The following persons were prevent: The Gov. McCREARY has not announced of the post's expression, that "muslo hath father and mother of the groom, Mr. and again the season for the hunting of bird. A cyclone passed near us Sunday night himself for Ceogress, but It la plain to see charms to soothe the savage breast," and Mrs. this seaattached ( J. W. Manter, Messrs. Fred Porter, The Ispeculiar blessing affords to tothe pining of which we have heard reports enough to that he is a candidate. Daring lit stay shows that evens juror may be susceptible T. W. Evans, Wm. Scovlll, J. W. Manler, son the fact that it fill up both sides of the Interior Journal, here this week he added many to his long to lis Influence. Nashville, Tenn ; Robt. Hsrrif, Louisville, victims of elegant lelaure an unquestioned but as we believe thst somebody has exaglist of friends. right to take needed exercise in a reputa- gerated a little, we will only try to give Circuit Court. The trial of Dudley Ky.; Misses Kate Evans, NcwYork; Msegie ble way. The Idea has been caught and the particulars in a condensed form: It A HDNTiNd party composed of Supe. Mrs. J, W. Rowland, Mamie McRoberts, rfor Judte A. E. Richards, of Franfort Vaughl ended In a bung fury, which stood Proctor, Danville; Miss Laura Shackleford, endorsed by the ebony race. Yesterday an was said lobe about a half a mile wide, Hen. Henry Clay, Judge A. T. Pope and nine for manslaughter and three for acquit Richmond; Misi Lucy Cooper, SbelUTT'l'e; aspiring and perspiring young scion of the eolne in a direction. It commenc Arthur Ilutlrgge, of Louisville, and J, B. Ul. How each man stood is their own Imitative tribe alighted from the hack, re- ed at Mr. Joe Baker's, tearing part of his since it was voted unanimously not to Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Duncan, Nichelssvllle; here j Clay, ef Lexington, took conveyance d taining his railroad ticket in his house away; some of his clothing and a ' divulge it. The case turned out in testi- Mr. and Mrs. I. S. McElroy, Mrs. & yesterday for Paint Lick, Garrard county, Truebeart, Mr. and Mra.W.M. Lackey, Mr. in proof that be was a gentlemsn from bed were blown clean away. lie found his bad as had been supposwhere they( will spend several days In mony to be not so "furrin parts," and marched up the street hat about three miles off; the bed he never ed. In fac'. it waa sworn that Corkendor-fs- r D. and M.Lsckey, Mr.W.W. Owsley, Mines skoeUrtg at birds. with gun In case and pointer dog, apparent has found. He says he didn't know anyadvancing with a knife when Pattle McGehee, Bailie Penny and Sabra was Pennington, Stanford: Judge and Mrs. M. ly as grand and as good for nothing as it thing about the storm until next morning. LOCAL HATTERS. Vaugfat utcd his so terribly and that the If. Owsley, Lancaster, and the grand pa would be possible for any white man to be. It next struck Mr. Will Royston's meadow, You are Invited to attend the Hint to- - weapon was found near bis hand after death. s In every direction The attention of strangers on entering and scattered witnesses would testify rente of the bride, Col. and Mrs. T W It was said that our town is arrested by a star spangled ban- and blew his barn down. There were sev MilIer knife was taken from the dead WlxTEDl-Ir- isb Bright A that tie Potatoes. ner fluttering over a striped tent in Dr, eral horses in tbe barn, but none of them man's pocket and carefully placed there afUND.STOCK AND CROP. Brown's lot. The Doctor has a photogra were injured, wnue xiau Curraa. ter Ibe aflrsy, but the Commonwealth propher established there for the purpose of wss blown Into atoms, there was not enough Irish potatoes wanted by T. R. Wilsale by T duced noeucb testimony. Application will Laroe lot of carpet warp for illustrating the contrast between "before of it left to kindle a fire. Mr. Willis Adton. B. Walton. The be nude for ball and likely allowed. New corn is selling here at $2.25 deliv and after taking." The Secretary of the ams' kitchen was completely demolished. M I have 200,000 good brick (or sale. Hen. irlal of the negro, Scott Jones, for cutting ered. Diatrict Medical Association will please He says some of the sills were blown fifty e Sm Cobb, ended in a verdict of $50 fine, -J- cfniill sold to Mr. Saow23 heat or take note of this and report it at the Lime yards and stuck ry Bittghaup, Stanfa rd. s into the ground. cattle, averaging 1,015 lbs, at which was prompllr replevied. Dudley SrUtatBtD lot of French and fancy ean Kiln Club for opinion. la this connection Trees and fence rails were scattered in eve Tubbs' administrator v. the Cincinnati $4 10. diet just received by T.K. Walton. it may be stated that a learned, amiable ry direction. Southern Ballroad for $25,000 damages Jesse Martin, of Woodford, sold to Edorderly gentleman of this place has Thoutand Say So. Mr, Tubbs was ward Sinizer, of York, Pa., 41 mule colts and H Make It afpotet to call Moodny sod get was argued yesterday. just received, shipped to him from a dis Mr. T. W. Alkln, atnnl, Kansas, writes f " I ' the Interior Journal one year for $2. killed several years sgo while employed on at $C5 per head. tant city, a lot of gsme cock of the bluest never bwlUte to recommend joat Electric Bitters the road. The case was argued and sub Jobn M. Hall sold to A. Wolf.of Som- blood and most e reputation in the to mr cuttomsrs; tbej give entire sstlsfsetlon ana A Vemv heavy frost fell Wednesday had not erset, the star butcher, 4 1,400-lb- . cattle at milted jeiterday, but )he jury sellers." Ehctrle Bitters ars ths purest night, the first of consequence during the nation. People are curious to know to are rsrl medietas known and will potlllislj cars and best axresd at adjournment last evening. The 4land4 fall. what laudable purpose he can apply these Kidney snd liter Complaints. Turlfr ths blood grand jury has found 49 Indictments, mostThe Richmond Herald says that Leh reeulats ths Larok and excellent lot of heavy orei ly for carrying cooceiled weapons and vio- man Bros, shipped 320 head of cattle Wed- belligerent birds. The presumption is that sndwithout them.bowsli. No tsmllrcau aftordto Ther will ssts hundreds of they are for the entertainment and induc- be clothing lust opened at J. W. lation of whisky laws. coats and Sold attOcs nesday, which they bad bought from differIn classes, as a dollarsby doctor's tills STsrj jesr. tion of his Sunday-Schoo- l UaydWs. 1'sonr 4 UsAlUtsr. bottls ent parties at 5 cents. During the season t of the folly of letting staading illustration RELIGIOUS. the Lehmans have taught over $100,000 Bead what Braee, Warren A Co. ssy their "angry passions rise," Ac. SEVT ABTKBT18KXK5T8. -- Bev. I S, McKlroy will preach at worth of cattle in Madison county, about the celebrated Busll Boots and shoes ' ' County. The dead body of 2d Ssbbath in each month Ed. F, Madden, a big cattle ranche on the , iRlhU'Veek. Pulaski man In Kansas, shipped Wednesdsy to that John Williams was found at the foot of a ' HON. A. G. TAIiBOTT, Lor In Stanford, a pair of gold specta instead of the lit. blnffnear Barren Fork, having come to his OIBojle, IsacsDdldsts for 8paker oi ths next Tr.HriRANCE LECtunE. The Young e'ate137bead,of calves, vearllng and. cle, marked "X. II. G." A liberal reward by falling over the cliff. Williams House OI jMprewaiBUTcm. all females, which he bough in Women's Christian Temperance Union of will be paid If left at this office. Louisville, Ky., has sn agency for Temper Whltiey county at an average of '$8' He and a negro by the name of Rums Bailee Come and see the biggest and cheapest ance Literature at headqusrtera over He- - will take them to his ranche and at the had been out together for a day or two on The Stanford s line of Cooking and Heating Stoves ever gan's store, Fourth Street, Louisville, Ky proper time breed them to a drunken spree and" there are some suspi brought to Stanford. Bright A Curraa. Orders sent to the above addrss will be bulls, an imported stock noted for it hard- cions of foul plsy on the part of the negro. , Tuesday morning as the south bound ex thing to see These beautifully clear daya give the promptly filled. Persons visiting the city iness. It is a most unusual are Invited to call between three and five such shipments from Kentucky, but Mr. press was within a short distance of ilat -- Will open chance to enjoy the lovers of nature a Madden says he Intends to take over 2,500 Rock, and running at the rate of about 40 that an artist ever conceived. v M. Catalogue free on application. FRIDAY MGHT. NOV. 2ND. mllea an hour, the engineer aiw an object Miss Carpenter, of this city, daughter of that class of stock, It Is cash or no coal of the late Dr. Isaao B Carpenter and alster A farm of 100 acres, partly in the eo on the track just a few feet ahead of the en The coal dealers say now. Fourteen cents delivered and thir- of MIm Dr. Julia Carpenter, I reported porale limits of Georgetown, sold at $125 gine. He soon discovered that It wss a teen on the car are the ruling prices per cured of nervous prostration, from which ler acre. It, F. Pack sold to Noah Patter- man running rapidly along the track and bushel. phyaicitns bad told her it would take five son, of Bourbon, 03 wethers st $4.50 and that be was on a trestle. Before the train . Ths Coal Aisoclatlou hiring Bottled us thst services of Charles Tears to rally, by a few days' residence At 100 lsmbs at $4 per head. Some sales of could be stopped or even checked to a II A VI no secured the new corn have beeu made at $2 per barrel, extent it had passed over the Oa aHd After this Dato all Ceal Kelley, I am piepared to do all kinds of the Fslth Rest, on Walnut IIUIs. The Hhlpped te ua will be cash, man's body and dragged bim along the fine work In the shoemaker's line. A T. family attribute her cure entirely to faith delivered. At Munson's sale Cincinatl Commercial Gaxtte. mules brought $125; mule colt $70; milk track for several yards, literally grinding Ws srs cooipslled la futurs ta nil for Csin on and prayer, Nunnelley. T. T. MA ViKHS, We have received since last report, cows $45 to $54; weanling calves $31.00; 10 him into a jelly on the crors ties. He was m't I. M. KUVK. The mall train was three hours late Tues- which abowed $15, there additional feeding cstlle 5 cents; 40 fat hog $4 23 per an employe of the road, snd was on duty at day, which accounts for our subscribers amounts for Brother Barnes' lent. Five cwt ; 10 shoati $8.60 per head; corn $2 3 the tims of the accident. along the Cincinnati Southern falling to get Louisville frit u J $5; Mn.S. B. E., Bsrds-tow- per barrel la. the field; oats 20c per doxen; OARRARB COUNTY DEPART HENT, Ibelr papers that day. Mrs. F. M, Cincinnati; Mra. M. A. bay $5 50 to $3 per stack.-Ti- me. Lincoln Circuit Court. Some Mulbatteo started the report here O..A.B. B.W.B, Mrs. E.W.G. W.F., In Cincinnati ths csttle receipts are LttMothr. JENNIE C. J ONE J, VUVV., that in a row In the First Nation- J. K. W., G, E. P., J. F., S. F F, 8 1 Miss light; market quiet; common $1,7502(0; yesterday Ia Equltr. Bom to the wife of Wesley West last d. joNta. aa, dkftu. al Bank at Danville, J. A. Qutseoberry, S. W., Georgetown, eschfl, and T.J. J. fair to medium $2 7(g3 75; good to choice week, a sen, Byvlrlusola Judgment and orisr of sals rso. Cashier, was shot and killed. The tele, and J. O. 0., also of lloorgstown,50o each, butcher grades $404 05; common to fair T. A, Elkla has sold bis pao on dertd In the shots staled esse st ths prsal 0 on 6 loosr lenn, i win, phone very promptly put an end to the Mrs. W. G., Misses 8. B. and M. B , shippers $4 355; good to choics $5250 Richmond street to J.T. Palmer for and feeders $3 50460. alios, however. cash. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 188H, a llopklniville friend and M. E. P, 605; etockcrs Hogs Receipts fslr and market steady; e on tbe Stanford pike was At ths dwelling houss of Mt: Jsnnls O. Jones, oa Tbs STASronD treated the Grand Lodge I.O. Lofig ItlaBd, N. Y. Morthwt of Mumou struck bp lightning Sunday night. No se tbs vrsmlsM. shout I mils to ttts Kv. Gelott H. Rwt, who is a delegate Iscled butchers sad heavy shippers $IC0 Oi F, ta sueb a way is to win (he highest fills, sell st publlesuctloa M4rt bidder Council appointed 4 75; fair to good packers $1 454.G5; fair rious damage does to house or occupants Lex- to the Fsrm of about M Aereaon which she rotbs praise from all the delegates. The ll J m snd the 13 Acre Tl4brs4 Laatt om light $4.40170, common $4 85440( -- Rev. Mr. Stanley, of CyalbUaa, Ky., etsd with It. ington delegates are profuse In their ex. to west st Belfast, Iieland, next June, is to S TM MCkrltr, bswug11 Booths sa dot. pressloas of sdmlratloa of the beautiful on tern plat lg a trip to Europe and the stock hogs $350iS5, and very dull, praschsd at the Christian church Suadsy with good A crodlt of and istowtt front bonds Fee further hmiilw awl toJsautrr I, ISSS.Joaos on she tlrsa little eitr. Everr home In the town was IielyLuHi. If he eoes be will start about Shsep Comwob to fair $2 7503 50; gixd morales; snd evrolfig. The coagssfstloa Inforutttott Lamb Fair to good expect to secure bits for their pastor next ymatiss or to fcr. Sd.an. Jsonto was JsMMay 1st and will he leeowpsalsJ, by to choice $3.7605. thrown open and every AW, MwtearlHs. . yesr. Us Bless, MIm Fannie Smtsgiw, Rev. W. il to ill the delegates. Transerlpt. I. 4 A IflC4i MilltrtlnrlfHrtli II II II (tout "" a.. Ilrecti-lnaillnj- '. tl I have 23 thoroughbred calves, heifers and hulls, for sale. S, If. Bftttghman, Stan' fori. Fifty-onShorthorns st the sales of Hampton A Grant, at Winchester, sold at an average of f 10.1. Fon Sale. A good strong work horse, will have him in town Monday next. Bruce, Warren A Co. The Chicago quotations for wheat are as follows: November 02 Jc; December 94c January 05e and May $1.02). Ed. Long bought a lot of good new corn, last week irom James Aril for $i per barrel. Qlssgow Times. D. W. Vandevcer sold to Jas. Hawe, of Lebanon, a yearling colt by Austral, out of Victoria K , by Melbourne, Jr., for $800. Col. V. K. Glass, of Bcott county, sold to J. W.Ferguson, of Bourbon county, 17 head of cattle avetagtsg 1,800 pounds,at $5 87) per cwt. lzty-etght 1,170 lb, cattle sold In Clark this week at $5.25 to $5.40 to be de livered Nov. 15. Cora sold at a sale for $1.80 in the field. GeOiTebbshM sold to LongbridgeA Nelson, of Lexington, 100,000 pounds of hemp at $5, and 40,000 pounds to a Baltimore party at $5 60. James Wills, of Henry county, sold In Louisville (set week one hogshead of new. Barley at $22 per hundred. This Is the hfghesl price of the season. -- Bsraum can secure a prize la a three John F. Talbott's legged calf at fsrm near North Middletown, male in sex, six weeks old, thriving, snd runiag about Paris Kentncklan. pert as In New York the cattle trade la ex tremely dull; closed heavy and Jo lower for dressed weight in nesriy all gardes. A small number of fancy steers sold at $0 60 0 CO, but $044 was about the top figure., Wm. White sold to one of our butchers a lot of hogs, which averaged 450 pounds, st 4 cents. Thompson A Turley sold to George Becker 65 head of cattle will average close to 1,000 pounds, at $5 65 per cwt. Mt. Sterling Sentenel. The first bale of cotton ever picked from a field by machinery was exhibited at the Charleston, S. C, Cotton Exchange and attracted genersl attention. The condition of the cotton was pronounced by cotton men as good as hand picked cotton of the same grade. ex-Ei- ft NOWVflTDOYOUSIII? r Mia Lou-IitII- U J. keJp Hon, Geo, Denny, It., and Dan Collier are eofltempktleg-- going W the Northwest to settle. BIsmark, ths thriving cspl-lcf Dskots, offers msay Inducements to thoee wishing to speculate Inlands, sad thsy propose to locate there if they con clude to make a change. Our people will be delighted to learn that Jno. M. Logan has concluded to go Into the dry goods business in this place. Mr. R. W. Llllsrd, who recently sccepled a position In Phillips' store in Lebanon.has sold out his stock of goods to him and possession will be given Immedlstely. Mr. Lytlleton Cooke, attorney for the L. A N. Railroad, spent seversl days in town this week taking depositions In ths case of Turner vs. the L. A N, Co. for damages sustained In an accident to Bells Bros.' Circus at Paint Lick over a year ago. The esse is to be tried st Dover. Tenn, II. O, Ksuflmsn has returned from a trip out West. Geo. W, Duolap, the evangelist, was in town this week. Mrs. Martha McMurtry is seriously ill at her sister's, Mrs. Cunningham. Jno. Ready, Jr., haa sold his small farm on Bugai Creek and will remove to Kansaa. Mtas Laura West was married to Jamea Whtttaker Oct. 25 at tbe residence of the bride's father, Mr, T. West Joe Petty, R. Boyle and Samuel Miller are at. the Exposition. Quite a. number will avail themselves of the cheap rates Nov. 3d. Mrs. M. L. Granger will leave next week to visit friends at Evans- vllle, Iod. Paint Lick. Mr. J. C. Rucker has lost several hogs with cholera. Mrs. Slaughter received a telegram Monday night that her father was dying. Mr. Tyre Best, while clesnicg out his about fourteen Inwell, caught a ches long. Mr. B. D, Boatright, of Shelby City, ha been trying to buy property here with a view of starling a bakery, but ho says the people are wild on the prices. A young man by the name of Slagner, who has been at work for Mr. D. W. Trlb-blwas thrown off a wsgon a few days ago snd badly hurt about the head and neck. The house of Mr. James Adams, near Silver Creek, was completely destroyed by fire Sundsy. The family had gone from home. Every thing that they had was lost. Littleton Rice, our assistant postmaster, has returned home. He has been absent for a week attending the bedside of his sick mother near Richmond. While there he witnessed the ssd, sad scene that many of us have witnessed, that of seeing a lov- inz mother pass into the cold arms of cat-fise, esHiider the fast that 1UELL ft SOW Employ as iKprt ta bay every hide going lata their taaaery; that these hide are taaaed e the Old Paihiom Long Tine OeldLiqaer Freeeeii under the oarefal laperrhtHi ot Xr. 0. BTJELL himself, a maa ef acre than 40 year' Mtperkaee; ariU that this Leather earning oat of the Tannery it again Oarefally GalWfT the peerer discarded and only the Cheiee going to the mea yon BOOT andSHOE FACTORY, t L vad the Bmli Mmtu aai iktjtsn t "THE BEST IN AMERICA Bruce. Warren Co. GEO. 0. WEAREN, Stanford, Kentucky, Hay, Grain, Seeds, Wool, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wag. Gprn Planters, Reapers, Mills Engines, Feed Cutters, Powers, hiatb ef at Harrows, SulkyJPlows,5BCultivators, Grain Drills, Corn Drills, Threshing Machines, ef IVTowerK, o ne-er- es Mills, Horse Ma-chlae- ry. ef xlc-za- g GROCERIES! PROVISIONS, a hat-ban- luy-stacl- scnooi-nous- e end-way- Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, &c., war-lik- AT LOWEST PRICES ,T -- " dth Polled-Augu- a) i lov-lle- st sun-set- a :r, i nsr us: Coal ! Coal ! .' 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 Postoflice store. Counhy Produce wanted. -- Commissioner's Sale. lula . Rich-moa- $1,-27- toll-gat- e Wtch-strU- $t5. gwMUjms If 4 f - jEisseaega amonthssansBsg t on ifMKrab lultriiriiriwl Wo jJd onlya by AWwit gunftftup titA Sstwbed o. owa I eeoiwge which of "lA ,PFn;i,nidW'!VF,W ecmed to bo striding fwra v.o to ojrqu. 1unr( uj village, first on llio river, tlion nearer i bjb dE. mm' i i pcfteefBl jtrxxx. CBfRCB MRrCliHIT. nwrmstfloxt. six at (fttVter, w (MfhMicrin, fW Ju BasaasBBar SBfc-- . Tt .? is. mk-- ? 2, 1883 im on tho groat lako; but wo never thought of its touching n nntil ono minorablo night, when' father camo THK homo, languid and feverish, from ono AT of his numerous expeditions, and we ( a. c HcmiTimcE. J read in his faco thai the ghastly fiager w poet sing (2 ( chicken wing, of tho sconrgo had set its mark upon cake .mMT it d cwnfTteetaide by ud grMiJI flbet him. After tho second day of anxiety ! And about father all strength seemed to fail Plac lolatcr f rlcil, my deltcato littlo mother. From the fork chop and oUttr eomla dlshe I JIP And yet uto lay dying dsy, first sho had despftirod about him, and WUIu'MUnj mmi I iu lard, now I haw that if father's lifa ware (gjferigf Il4MH More Um worM and as. takea,'l sfeoBld bavo to pari wkk tiiefea .! ing. Novowlwr V1HH-BAT.- U lt if Jta) lit f f ". . r jrjm ?. . .' rt' YcLwhlMItigh ler case and pla, rf feegh ia deae rtmslna unshaken; But wfeen y fancy's running wild, (And ta fey bo a lark outaoared, l proacn to woman, mananucuu flhAad Crimean Jem, BMmJ crowned wlUi bscon I iTBnAll la It f1 ' f ui l B7 marmot teen Tou'ro of la own reward I' f tr ! I ! r V a, - .a I almost despairing, bovo for tho happiJust Jump with joy . ness of tho two I had loved best in the with ratlk and butter. To k yon eerrfd world, . Oh I dwelt I far beyond Um mm, By ftfty thoneend gtrla adored, Tho sunsot camo, aa 1 &at by tho lake Th mctto of tny kuI would be : side, flooding my desolated world with a n la lta own reward P "Th heavenly glory, liko a sign from them to Oh, noble cod t S d joy. mo of their Toywilnodj Tho stars bad come oat, before a ven ; "Tow stake me end and When toned with la tured to return to tho worse than deserted Yoa'r quit dirts .. house. I could not hopo for help from Unto tie Massachusetts satire, any neighbor until I sought it out myself Oh I when I'm old and bent and grs, , With wholesome moral richly stored, tho next day, and I had to .look forward did not fore J 11 boldy face tbe world and ay: to a BighXhow horrible '""Tlia 8h-liHa own nwardr see or 1 couiu not jmvo enuureu it. ?r What followed I ceuld seaiiely credit STMsixan myself, if I did not bear on my hand a d scar; v baro a strango, nlmost incrodiblo, tangiblo proof in a story to tell of aa cxpcricnco of tay ovra and, oven now, I could not bear to write of that night's experienco, had not my In tho woods. letofal OB had nothing to do with it, for children's laughter, and my loving husI am a backwood'a daughter, ocens-tese- d band's caro long since banished all un to the vrild Boands of tho forest, natural gloom from my life. While had been sitting alone on tho kBelisess, and all that Is terrifying , .fee had lako shore, toward the evening, toaBOvico. My fatbwwaa a good man, soring heard a distant shot ; it scarcely roused thought, had wanGod aftarhk own aimplo fashion, seeing me. A sportsman, Him and loving Him in His works. I dered from his encampment on tho opposite shore, and seen somo game in our hATo heard him hold forth on tho provides Wys of the beaver. "TVhyl the wildwoods, killod it, and his canoe had l&Ue critter'd starvo in tho cold season long since carried him away. In the groped my way if it hadn't Bscd its littlo flat toll for gathering darkness boildin' its hoaso, and then fUlin it with bock through the familiar little p&Ui, havo heard him tell of and reached my own door. I alono food in timo 1" the carribon : "Look at that, too," ho should pass the threshold in tho future ; TTOtUd say, "and at tho moose. Now, their feet wcro still; tho busy feet that tho caribon has to travel often a matter had toiled for mo, followed me, and hod was to go on my of twenty miles for his dinner, for ho's a been over near mo I dainty 'an, asd only eats tho long gray rugged path alono I Heartsick and Btoppcd at tho door, and, leanmoss that hangs from the trees ; so God good as an Injun ing my head against it, sobbed in ungave him conld make 'sea, to skim over tho ico controllable despair. Tired out at length, had grown quiet, and was about to lift crast while tho big, heavy mooso there Inks right in. His dinner is close at tho latch, when a faint moan, as of an hafid. He conld livo for montlis on on animal in pain, and closo to mo, startled silence reigned. Bete tot." He eonld speak tho loon, and mo ; then a dcaln-Uk- o felt its adaptation m every way to its watery I know I had been mistaken. hecse always ending snch talk with : that I must forget myself and help tho is very "All God's works are 'non honor; poor creature in distress. with Him." good for strength to know that some ono tbere's so half-wa- y was the only ono left of ten chOdron. needs you to bo strong." "So longer My father, when mourning over and hesitating hurried into tho littlo cabin, , misaisg the others, would novcr com- - struck a light and went in tho direction plaicf Imt only say, " They're better off. whe&ea the moaa had reaehed my ears. f, thoaght of the shot had heard. It 'Why, U'yfe eaa't trust the littlo chil- . drefi; that den't know tho meaning of sin, was qnito possible a peorwoB&ded doer . thwe ate't aay chanco for tho men 1" was lying in the bashes. Yes, could And so he lived his quiet lifo lus heart now eoo its skin unmistakably a fawn spotted dun color. It lay quite still beating close to nature's heart, and his e bobI uaeoBseionsly seeking and finding perhaps that moan had been its dying gasp and so I camo quite closo to it, nature's God. My mother most havo been beautiful leaned over, and, paralyzed with horror, youth. She Was a lorette Oano- - saw my inether'-- i face, only young and in dienne, and her bright French spirits very beautiful, as sho must havo looked eanied her gayly over many hard trials when a girt. Deathly pale, possibly, in her life of frequent deprivation. Ono sho lay matted hair all about her face, Just thou sho great, ovefshadowing sorrow of her lifo and clothod in was the Hnaooonntablo disappcaranco of stirred; it was not death. All wonder daughter, her only ceased within me, every feeling fled, be' UNte year-ol- d beaatif ul ehud the ono in her own inv fore tho thought that this being whatage. whom freea the first she loved with ever, whoover sho was, might bo saved to life. a peealiar teaderaesg. The child had been loft alono in her I dragged her tho fow steps into tho crib for a short half house, laid her on my hemlock boughs, little bireh-bar- k bear, while mother was busy at the untouched by mo since tho sickness visspring, a mSe from home, in tho midst ited us. Thon found a wonnd in tho was poor creature's sido and bound it up, of the woods. I, ft littlo off in the oanoo with my father, as a bathed her head, and, in the quiot, now treat for having been especially good again I felt startlod at seeing my mothatfe-iifWere. Father and had a er's image, young and fair," before me, ipkadW fcie-w- e always did when wo and, when at length her f great eyes t wereaway tegetber and, our canoe full opesedI felt it must bo thai sister lost ef ttct, we were coming gayly homo to me tiU new, and sent backjin this sad -- toward veMng, when a cold chill fell hour to take my mother's place, I leaned forward, in an access of tenderen oar happiness, and my child's hen, felt a strange thrill us I read a sudden ness, to welcomo her, when a look of wild terror, took asxifty in my father's face, whoso every fright, an animol-likchange I know. His quick ear hod possession of her face, and a low sort of eaught the sound of mother's voice, and, snarl broko from her human lips. Tho start she gavo caused a fresh flow alter a while, I, too, could hear a hopeof blood; dimness passed over hor ores. n less moan, a dreadful, sound. Wo found mother kneeling on Again I stanched tho wouud and nourishment in caso she waked. tho floor, her hand leaning on tho empty and moaaug as ono that could not Teobttsied in these ways for tether bo comforted., Tho baby was gone. specnUtiea, only with a strange weight Sew or whese wo could not toll we af my heart and weariness of body, sudsever knew, r Weeks wcro spent in denly I felt the gleam of eyoa watching f) MAMhing for Iter, and at length, to savo mc. Bach strange eyes I No human tether's reason, father forced her to expression about them; a stealthy look kavo tho pretty log cabin in tho woods in them uow. Gently as I could I apby tho lako, whero Mil lost sorrow hod proached her sido. Sho trembled and eosao upon her, and wo went to Mon- tried to hido her head when I offered food. I moved hor my carefully-preparetreal. quietly for years dur- - away and studiously avoided any Thwe.woMvod of watching her," Yet I was ;tagtiefwittierTetnio. Tho nuns of the gteti Convent of tho Gray Bisters took intensely conscious of her every movekargo f my education. Motlier and ment. I could sea hor eying, with a .Ibaxl ietbitto rooms m tho French wretched, famished look, a raw vontson quarter, wbUe lather went off mooso- - steak tliat had been forgotten and lay fer 'weary montlis; but the on tho tablo close beside her. Stealthitiatvo wo always spent with him. ly, liko a beast of prey, her feeble had He weald elMoso loely spots for our stolo toward it, and in a moment she hod torn ii in pieces and devoured it MMMBr easssnpinrnts, never on Uio sito Horror filled my heart. Could this of tbe le; eaUn doserted after tho baby's leas, itaM tite smniiirr of my liHh year. creature be human T I sat still is tho Tbwft great dea iro took xossosslon of comer, whore, myself unseen, I could and restrain her if necessary, and Bay wether te ypHet)moro to tlioold watch been very delicato that soon weakness overcoming lier after Imsm. Mm ha! wfcir, ftjtd my reU, rough father do-- this last effort sho lay tossing in un, aid bar .UiHitsir. I shudder when I easy sleep. Oh I I was so weary and so very AaWc U Wkfti beattiilii, direful pkee mw it m.iawi as tboHgU our evil fate lonely I Tho dreadful night was almost All tM aaffuUi I vnt at aa esd I wet to her aMe, threw myself eti the bed baalJe bar, aud iwi fish-ba- Sailed op against a door or tfcptter ; Th little boy both. Her lifo would die with his, for sorrow forges stronger bonds even Ann joy, and they had suffered so much together, Ms lovo always supporting her, that he had bocomo lifo of her life. Sho could net exist alono. I struggled hand to hand, and sick at heart against what I iclt to be a fate, and, oa tho afternoon ef tho eighth day, I found myself alono and 0E modi-tat- ' now-foun- 1 I ji sxojtr. I aht I I I I I I over-tom- e, I snow-snoc- s, I I i "It I I L I I I. , i ' hr doo-ski- hc The sword was, as the Melet ehrefi iclcrsftld, "tho oldest, the most univtrsal, jCm f( the meet varied ef arms, tho only one iffoof pouojtrej eqs 'ttrsSs joi3 mjmoj 'mot, which hue Kved through timo. All pco-pl- o know it ; it was ovcrywhore rvgwdod ym t(fA pun 'm.ko oj3iui oif) oa8 eq jf to uitoj3 v tf)j 'notjj 'aoXo Jop as tho support of conragc, m Uio enemy 'gnojio8 joij jo jno piijoot l"o v fl w of perfidy, ns tho mark of commandjoi erta ment, as tho companion of authority potnoos 11 puooos porr. ortQ pun oao o on lot pj em)exa Xno aqj as tho emblem of sovereignty, of power, 'oAto Xcrt to a etw jot poj om oaoj o of force, of conquest, of fidelity, and of ptro opuoS o( oj jsq v9nomq p0 jo punishment," And all this ban steel otnvu Snuoopno otp Xq ior pojrso jmj abandoned to becomo rails I Look at posjBO J nnoXutttav noqtpoxuj what it was, and what it is. Its aspect was brilliant; its habits wcro punctileov) Aru nj (nij ponotlo so a rnjjapno m8v ycKn jou inon Bturn im ious ; In manners wcro courtly; its conoa the floor. Featfal pain in my haac nections wcro patrician; its functions rowed me at lengtli, and a consiiKlnfl wcro solemn ; its contact was ennobling; thirst drove mo into the woods toward even ita very vices wore glittering, for tho spring to allay it. most of them were simply tho defects of I struggled through tho underbrush, its superb qualities. It is true that ii and there, closo to the water, discerned was sometimes cruel, and that its proa confused mass. There lay my pooi cesses of action wero distinctly sanguisister, dead, her head pillowed on nary; bnt those reproaches apply to all wild cat of tho woods, shot by tho saa othor woapons, too. Throughout the hand, probably, that had wounded her ages it grandly hold up its bead, and fatally. haughtily boro its namo. It lost no casto when it allied itself with laneo and TUB IXMURTAZ. O. IT. and helm, for The Secretary of tho Lima Kiln Club dagger, with battlo-a- x announced a letter from Michigan City, they were of its natural kindred, and from a colored woman, asking the advice even when, in later days, it stooped to of the clnb as to naming her baby George goacrato such lowly offspring as racers, lancets knives and needles, tho world Washington Smith. saw no real abasement in tho act, for "It am my solid opinyon," answered tho President, "datitam timo fur our tho chivalrous blade was still tho imago race to hang up on immortat names. 1 which represented steel to man. But 'spect dar am about half a million George now its whole character has changed ; Washington, Thomas Jcflernons an' now it has thrown aside its gallantry, Henry Clays doin whitewashin an bar Its grace, its glory; now it has forsworn berin' in dia kcnlry, an' you can't strike its pride for profit, its pomp for popuwon't pan larity. Steel is now bursting coarsely a hotel whar do dinin'-rooout at least two Abo Lincolns and oar on tho earth at tho rato of thousands of Gincral Scott, Wen I sco a policeman tons a month. It is positively being trottin' Gincral Grant Jones or Benjamin made into steam engines, and cannon, Franklin Hooper down to do cooler fui and shiiH, and all sorts ol vulgar, heavy, stealin hens or pickin' clothes off d nnoomcly, useful objects. Worse than I line, it convinces mo dat his muddcr got all, it is becoming cheap Steel cheap Tho steel of old, tho steel of legend and sick in her anxiety to hunt him up a name. If I had a lectio black baby, an' of story, tho steel of tho paladin and tho didn't wont to call him Jim, or John,oi chevalier, tho, steel of tho noble and tho bravo, tho steel of honor and of might, Mosc, or Fete, I'd nomo him Koboka-ncoadono wid it, an' do biggct the steel that was above price, that knew an' namo ho had do less I'd 'spect of him.'' not monoy and cared naught for profit that steel is no moro. It has been lYcePrcu. driven contemptuously out of sight by Is business, in homo lifo, in social in- metallurgio persons called Bessemor, and tercourse, in politics, thero is a buccoh Krupp, and Siemens, and these destrucworth striving for, which is tho attain tive creators havo put into its place a Bubstanco, exactly ment of the immediate, object in viow nineteenth-centurbut thero is something far higher, fat fittod to a mercantile period, but posmoro valuable, far moro noble. It ii sessing no titlo whatever with time or the purity of character, tho elevation ol fame. Blackwood? i Magazine. purpose, tho fidelity to principle, and QBX. fLOTD. tho perseverance of effort, which are ol JDH.Y DKSXIS AXD Enrlv in tho lato civil war. John Den themselves tho real success of lifo, that will shino through all tho clouds of tem nis, a full negro, believing himself flrod with patriotic seal, and ablo to serve his porary failures. vmntrr. besoucht his master, n Goor- Austria has luoro public libraries gian, and obtainod permission to ac than any other country in Europe. company a regiment irom mat state, Thoy number C77, and contain altogeth- uliich was eoou placed under the com er 5,175,708 volumes. France has 500 mand of Gen. Floyd. Iho history of 393, Great the campaign is well known. On the libraries, Italy 453, Britain only 200 and ikssia 115. Oi rntrcat John becamo homesick, and was theso tho national French library is the allowed to depart, no had becomo largest, containing 2,078,000 volumes; voll known to Gen. Floyd and all his tho British Museum comes next, with command. On his departure ho went to 1,000,000, whilo tho Munich library pos-- tako leavo of tho General, when tho foleoo.ooa lowing dialoguo was had : Gen. Floyd "Well, John, yon aro The wife of a small farmer hi Perth- going to leave us, eh ?" shire went to a chemist's with two proJohn "Yes, Mors Floyd; it 'pears one for her husband and the like I could do moro good at home now scriptions other for her cow. Finding Bhe had not bore, so I thought I'd go home monoy enough to pay for both, tho and 'courago up our people to hold on." chemist asked her which sho would take. Gen. F. "That's right, John. But " Gio mo that for tho coo," said the aro you 'going to tell 'cm that you loft wifo; "tho worm will do well enough us when running from tho Yankees?" for him, puir body. Gin he wcro to deo John "No, sir ; no, Mara Floyd, dat I could suno get another man, but I'm I ain't You may 'pond upon my not not sao sura if I would suno get another lollin' nothin' to 'moralbe dem people." coo." Gen. F. "But how will you get around telling them, John?" A lame Newfoundland dog in Lotus-TillJohn "Easy enough, Mara Floyd. Ky., was riicarod, apparently It won't do to 'moralize dea people. much against his will. After the operaI'm goin' to tell 'em dis dat when I tion was finished, Uio dog sprung to his sperrits, left do army it was in first-rat- e foot, tcottod off a short distance, looked and dat, owin' to da situation of do at himself and at tho man with the country and do way de land lay, we was shears, and then leaped into the air and bock'ards, and de Yankees Bystanders attributed the foil dead. on to na." Editor'i was dog's death to grief for tho loss of his Drawer, in Harper' Magazine. coat. rtJavp ';(9ha"b! 0h3MyBacl! That's n common expression and lias a world of meaning How much suffering is summed up in it. The singular thing about it is, that pain in the back is occasioned by bo many things. May be caused by kidney disease, liver complaint, consumption, cold, nervous debility, &c. Whatever the cause, don't neglect it Something is wrong and needs prompt attention. No medicine has yet been tliscovcrcd that will so quickly and surely cure such diseases as Brown's Irom Hitters, and it docs this by commencing at the foundation, and making the blood pure and rich. Indlina.wrllci : " My w ife lias for many years btcn troubled from pain in her back and general debihlr incident to her sex. She has taken one buttle of Dronrn's Iron letters, and I can truthfully say tliat she has been to much benefited that the prouounccs it the only remedy of many she hat tiled." medl-cln- ntithtetrepl the third. Prayer Mrellnf arcry, Thurwlay nllht. Muti.U Hehnol at 0 00 a ltT. II, O. Morrison, Muparlntandsnt. AITIMT Kit M. Ilauea, tfaitor cWrrlrat anHoconJ and fourth Hundatl. moritlnf and nllht, lrrrr Mcatlna crar Wnlnreilay after-nooHunds eVhool at 1 30 A. at. R. K, Parraw 8uwrlntinilcnt a Morrison", MrrilO)NT,IUTH.lKaT.H. mornln and B t 0Dtt. J r b n MUMHKTT A II H WJ. ATl'OttNJiiVh ttMjr T , I.AV. MT. VKRNDI, KV. w. rsancin rrslLACa a. raatwotl. T. W.AW.ki VAKNON. j j lh7ron(rraiTon rreachlnf hy lr. J. W. ttel onrVcnnd ami Kou Ih I mi's days funds Reboot at V ia jos cevrranre, ntiparininneni. -. PRfJ!llVTKIlUN, cidtilll Kef. t. C""TiRlTfFlAN.-Worship day l.y Offlca In Owsley A Bon'i new bulldlng-- up M." RTANIOHO, KY. A.T IA-W- , sulfa. I'BVTON, ailrtitlun glean to c4leclluua fVbool Haut,BuiMrlntrnlMit. Wednesday nil his Union fray" John all 10.Meeting W. on Itdnlng lountlea ana ine nupenor umiii sou hTANrllltll, HY, WlllprMlkwIalhaUHMiar Uarola and il ApalaI rrrlel ..1M... 1M..I.I UMl " AIiKX. ANIIUHHOM, wn lit ad- - Fire, Lightning & Tornado Sevep-First-Olas- s UANVILI.K, KY., Will practice In lha IViurUof luiilraad adjalalng tounllrsand In the Court of A A.'r'1'OltN IiJV A'l' 1A w, Companies. flsnford. MT VJ.KNoN. kY Will practlre la lha KoesraslUOurle. UBca In Court-hous- e. tlonsasprclally J. Attornoy At luv. And Mattel Oommltsi.n.r Hocicaatie O rcalt Osuit H. Oullee- Vltill. lltMni J. ft, I'lllf.lVS, Agt i3J - OPERA HOUSE. TANrt)RD. XT OAra etoulh aide Mala BUeet, two doors abet ' the Myers Hotel. ruraMirous Uilde Oaa adoilaliwrad whoa re quired. LKM r. HUVTMAN. HUitUJJOIN DWMTJHT, ctrANrORD, KY. UK. W. U. J'KNNV, KENTUCKY. oraia near ttobl H Lrtla'a store. OAta lour M Anesthetics sd from I to II a at and I to nilnlttared wi.aa aecessary (IsMii ( HTAMKOBD. W. P. WAIiTON, - Proprietor. AdJreae HraDJ JUHtlMt, Blaaorstai,I0iM. ).Uht rotatlet acU of (Worry rtesllna; capaclly, Including gallery, set). Keaaonabte ratra to good attractions. aa aborv. tr Wm. T. Manhall, of Logsru-por- t, Stanford Female College. NTANFOItU, KY. T. J. HO.NLEY, House Painter & Paper Hanger i:a..'m , BTANTORD, KY. With a Full Corp8ef Teachers, Thlt Institution will open Its Thirteenth Hesslea onthetd Monday In Oepteraher Belt, ALL THK BRANCUKHOP A "MONOI Chicago TIIK I.ODTK. Railway. PhIhcc TIUIN1 m Louisville, New Albany & OSr.V IJNIRUNNINII THOHQUGHENGUSHCOUnSE Are taught, aa well as M.UBIO. 1 cr Leading physicians and clergymen use and recommend Rkown's Iron Hitters. It has cured others suffering as you arc, and it will cure you. Piillnmn O Ours! TUB XtANOUAOna. IIUAW-INAND 1'AINTINU. AND HOI.Ill TERMS MODERATE. tlUH. H. O. TRItKlltUHT, For full parUculara, as to Roan), Ac. addreea LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO HrcciiL Notice. Paasaagara tram tba N. K. arrlta la Tuition, price rang from la to HO in Ih la tltae to take L.A erenlnch.train of In LsulatUI tba "Mooo the recular Peirtraenla. mnar, T23; Inurmadlal Beute" aod go thrvugli to sad CblfetlsU, Mo. HO; rrepaxatOiy, lie. I'rluclnol, Atantard, Uaaoln Co., Ky, UrecBcastlc. CrTtftr4f llle, JUtVijette ad t'ttlcatro nlUwat cbattf e. TIME TABLE. HTATIUNo. Wright s Indian Vegetable Pills y ROBBED ilrtJ6iru, &U Bilious Complaint Sale to take, belli purlr Vfjretable, no crlp-l- n iTImxirtJ .U lmizrw. Tboimndaof tram ar annual! rutUl ef that rlcllint. UrratrolAoratt bapplnaa anj health UMortbtfrral And LIVER roit TIIR HALL'S 13 felly. , iteil'." Lta. Loulitllia Arr. tlreaoea " " " Chlcvgo tlswtunl.tllle. Ul.jelte- - It. 7 I S0J ata 1 Hans 7 Maw llpni a aa 1 til si IMti 4 II pa Kill IMm The noal direct route, wllh only ooe chaogaor cars, to all winls la Wlwoaila. MlnoaaoU, leva, ae lurlber lafoeusUoa. addraaa Nebraska, Ae MLHItAY KhLLKcLII ! A.. tUul.tlll. Ky SC01tEKIlED BY PHVSICIAKa nlo rria Throat. It la taken INTkHNALLY, ami Which po'lUitlr and rmanuUr rurra Junta-- f net UinecTLY upon tho Blocxl and hpu. (rauKd liTitmnnluv aloJ.l Anal- Mucouo Surtnooa of tno Srctcin. It and all Jlra"ca that follow a fit tho rvoat Blood PurlOor In tho loaa of rnrrcr, kaaol atu,uocaorrrlf.Atiuaa,aa WOULD, and lavrarth ALL thatla uuniury, untrrrMl UatltuJe, ain In Ilia back, chargoa 'or It, for THAT nlono. Ulninraaaf vUlon.tfniiaturaoM ata. ari.l manyre X'XiTfl to contuinptlou and a other dlaeaaea that la for circulars vllh irara. a-iCURE FflR CATARSH ONLY 1IRESHAL br mall. The lWKlOHA TOH frt br ail tatold at tl boz.erali lioiaa lor M.AiutirrA3 txriM dfUHiaia, or will ix moi rraa ar man, accural And wo ofTor Ono Hundred Dollar tor nny aealad, on rrcalpt tf price, br add major Oslo of CntTirrh It will not Pure. GEEMANINVIGORATOR! Catliy-Chroand Catarrh Ulcemtlrot Catarrh of trio Car, Lie or Nasal of iho oviuns jaaapigaiajaaa m ; laaaaai laaai . yCLOUISVlUJE oVNASHVeltE (CfC)M THKORCAT lr for l. tiik Through Trunk Line Sola atsnt 111 Ailantttratt, the United Statea. r. J. f'lll.!ET, Toledo, Ohio. ll-ljr) CARTER'S Vive - 0(3cw of A. T. Brtwinr Co,) Cniciou, III . Juno 4, lobd. ( Co., Tolnto, O Bturt. F. J. CSnti tJoavairo Informing you la tVaallemca1 ULa tvtr r. muK an v n.lKrr. that I hato used Ilallg Calarth Cure ill list euredmo Iwaawry btd awl doat bcaltaiato Catarrh It lakra aay thatltwUlrurwanraaaof Youri trulr, properly. WORTH tlOA IlOTTLl-Ham had E.MrBraT.Jartacn,IlrlL, write Catarrh for M year, llall'a Catarrh Cur cutod at. (JnnaiderltwonlitiacOariottle. jier botllo. oy all Dron-let- a at '.a rta. IT EoU t . dan-bei- PIU.S. Manufactured aod enl iV J CllKXEY & CO. TOIXIrO, OUIO. For aula In Slsofjrd by IVnuy A tV-So- ld WlllrMt Change and with SHORTEST AND Sf Till UmkaM fWtiTE QUICKEST Hick. )Iradacoa and rcllctt all the trouMee Inct-scto a bUlooa auta of tho ar item, aoch aa CURE McAll.ter. rOU LOCIITIIXI TO SOUTH & WEST Ifaaace, Drowainoa, Dlitrraa after lalrne, la tho Side. Ac. Whlla thrlr moat rvuuifc-abl- e auccaaa baa been shown in curlaf e, ncaaaehc.Tcl Cart cr'aLltUalJTerrilla are ojnarj valuable la Cuusiluullon, curiae mi omcoUnr this annoy Ins complaint, while they also correct all disorders of the slomsch, stimulate the llrrr SICK Kri-nl- FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY listing Jacksontllla, Mobil., and N.w Oilsaas. Wliheot PULLMAN CARS Xa.b.llU. cbsaaa ta Meainkie. Little Itotk, Xl.nl. on. Atlaala. limul. t. BEST ROUTE TOTLORIDA la Palace Can Without Cheats, SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Froas LosUtlllsIa Palace Care whboatcaaaga, horn .e'en the CIIIPDiUTCS(lInK mil road will LmiUnnn I O line ol iccsW special low rates. awlnrdatatbotwwcla. l theOBly cured. handsomo aaVfromthladUUcuiconiplalntt whoKOtrthemwIlUndthosallttleSlUjalu-ware that they w la ao tadowlUMatUua. Dut after all ale It HEAD ACHE iirrr . ST. ASAPH, mtiM be almost pileilcaa to Ihoee wjio) MTANXM111, - - JKY. had this Hotel cor write sea Acsoia oi mis tampan lur laici, rauiaa C P.MUORf, G. P. 4T. A. a.UUIIftnl I ajr I '- o heart-broke- pro-par- eb, d ness transactions, but what you have said of those of whom you havo spoken " Whex you play that sonata," said a during ths day, and weigh in the balteacher to his pupil, "yon nust show ance of conscience what you have utoff your fingering as much as possible," tered. If you have done full justice in "Don't you fear about that," sho re- all your remarks, it is well. If you oa havo not, then seek tho earliest opporsponded j "I'll havo a finger-rin- g nery finger." tunity to make amends, and carefully avoid a repetition of tho wrong. Yon should consider your adversity as absent when your senses are departed. "Do too believe." Mr. UkkIIihu SrnzCT Talk. "How much better jou asked his pastor" do you toll me that look, Mr. S.t" "Ye, I hive gained 32 you bellare mea are descended from pouBk) on Hall's Catarrh Cure. Have not monkeys?" And the pastor looked at felt M well in 20 yean. It has made a Brother Uglimug and said, " Well, yes, eeatphtte cure and la worth $50 a bottle to some men." And thon Brother Ugliany one that Las the catarrh," mug gaaed long and earnestly at his pasboth gased lesg and There ia no one article In the Use of tor, asd they tint olwttm on laraa a raturn ttr earnestly at eaeh other, asd naftftna the money as a roo1 porous ttrecgthealsg without going into a caucus, they both thinking of anything. y, are pineapples Tub ia better to be laughed at than wife who, like those raised in Florida. Tho industry mined ; better to havo a is not a Martial's Mamurra, cheapens everything is a new oue and the product to bo impover large one. and buys nothing, than ished by one whoso vanity will purchase Ths little Archduke of Austria, everything, but whoso pride will cheap brought up in the midst of court cereen nothing. monies, early learned his own dignity. Playing one day in the private gardens At a Cincinnati wedding lately the of the Schloss in Vienna, he throw his the audience awaitorganist entertained ball over tho gate. A lady passing by ing the bridal pair by a scries of volun- picked it up and handed it to him, aay. of which unluekily was, taries, the last tho familiar German fashion: " Trust her not, she is fooling thee," at ing in what is thy name, thou, pratty "And which he was hard at work aa the bridal child?" The young Frinoo drew himprocagalon walked up the, aisle. self up and replied : "My mamma and Sidxet Bumi used to say that he my governess coil me ' thou and 'Rudy,' never passed a fat man without think- but other persons call me 'Ills Royal ing of pork, nor a lean ono without Highness.'" thinking of 12 per cent, per annum. Recall at night not only your busiLots of people passed Smith without It finest-flavore- d bti llcfur.i.sl.cd and Kelltlcd I lulcnd to Keep It Ih h Slrltll) nrnl-UlHAnd laate nothing undoo KENTUCKY " CENTRAL D. ar ia EOUTK 0. O- .From basement to garret, that THK MOtJT DB81RABLB It thebano snake-cur of ao many litre that hera la whare are great boaaU Our pllle cure it while nanuer. will add T- to the ctheradoaot... cuter a wiua .. , T1. They are atrlctly TtictUbla acllnn doilaaWl jrlpa ., a a.,J. " and - Wrla)llWI," a..(ta Pa . BoU .,i.j 'ttXZT or not COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. And daclJedlr lha lvpular Uouta. aSorJIoc. a It doaa, less changes aod superior acomuatadatlaaa to CINCINNATI! Miiioari. Iowa, Kaaiat, Tezat, CARTER MED1CIXE C0:,ytrT York. -- TAKE THK- - & MISSISSIPPI ! W. Th North. Noclhwaataod Weal. In fact, If yu oootauplst a trip lo any dlractloa, your latareat win na ueaiserriu uy uurtnumg rour ticaeis eta SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS rullaaaa Palaeacata. Bla- JCdaad To patronise me, aa bar erery coat enleuoaucb gant New Clncluaatl. lie Coaches, and haadaowely furnishAo., lur their use. aaNlCKIfAMi'LlkKUUJaa, ed Uacllnlng Chair Cara loria the uaaqaaled aquipuiauuor mis uia Bauaiiia.iuaraiiy lasting thla Una Baggage Transferred to and frost a trip orer Try tl. n ol luiurloua comfort and pleasure. the Depot freo of charge. TIME TABLE, IN EFFECT OCTOBER It. IB W. W. fKANCIH. alraueacalL bOUTU. Vo. tit. II. Cuiiuiicrolul TrnvelcrM Are ofrred East, West and North XjQ-ULlaS-llle CiSIPEU Kentucky's . OHIO HY. Lte. CgtliirUjn- -" t'aluiuulh.., Arr. t'arls. Lta. Arr. Lexington Lta. Parts. " Cjutulsoa. rrl. ! Itouto roa East at B 40 p U IS a at Olll ill XU a ui 0 ii) p m 11 OS p u 1 10 p m III ! it lllia u a I ikl am g0 p 4 40 p ib ! to CINCINNATI, the Kaat aod tba North, rrea I'ailor Care to Cincinnati and Palace Bleepluf Care to Cincinnati Waihloi-toIlallliuort, I'hlladelphUand New York, with, out change. tiaWcat, XrralXUBur-LOUIUan- d Norlliwestaud Houlhwest. with raises hleploi Loulitllia to HU Louis. Cars on Blht Iralu, 3rn 2?3,mS Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Tba only Hue running Mlllersburg... Carll.lo m.. Arr. Majstllla . Lte. SIS WlncbraUr. 11 61 p Ul X io p in Itlcbiuood tjiucailer I BJ p Ul Arr BUoiurd Juuc 4 IB p Ul No. 1. Noam. .. taisa 7 lilt tut pm amp 00 10 CO pl " p ni pni 20 a in U IS p M 1 PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING! OARS WpUl lO Hours CAI10 and lha Noith, with Da liiacbea and thalr Cara through without Chang. Trains inuunai'olis.c I.OOK AT TO1" JLettlui u. A SOLTORAIN raou lllOt C'IhcIh iihII HHtl Iitx-iHKtoH, Lta, Hunlurd June ( Lancaster Wluchostcr Arr. Paris. . Lte. ilarstlllo Oaillile -- ... Mlllenburg Air. Hlcbuiood . . 1 10 II IS a 00 a ui 12 45 p b 0 IXIpsa 7 It a in x 71 i I IS a ui S US pat Mo.l. 10 45 aui Mo. IS. t 2pta pu Hy., IIMIU 7 ao 7 ThalMp ui. Kipraas (tlavllr) from Loulstllla hu false Ulotplng Cars from XoultrllU to New York without change, arrltlog at Wuhlngtou t.M p.m. ntit ds THIS WASHINGTON CITY. Conoecllog in lama Lta. Iiilngton . I 'Sill platter, such a Carter's Hsaart Weed and BelUdoaaa Saekscbe TUtter. AlWrt NewHfl. of Sandy Fork. Kr.I aava Brown's Iron WtUre e.nd bU wife's life when hope alaioat goat. resigned, ih isnaisiattU. Wh4ew is to the soul what health ii to the body. jokes. Ax UHaois editor, who kefi it memorandum ef the thraehbage be reeeived at the bands of his subeeribeH, used always to refer to ii as hit etub-Me- t A Uughlag etwk.- -A colleeOoa of jeeed all bar Through Day Coacbaa Louis 2 hours ao midnight changes. Arrlr at Unas, thaieby sKurlng wore taadiamaiolutbar ties for loatlug change l cara aod gattlug Ural oholoa of scats lu can of couuecllug Um. Inadraaror other llaae ta Udlauapolliaod CblcaatoMdlbaoalHMglsleglt patluag a rl tlJa along the sbora of Lata Michigan. your rjawft. .it.a. wmi v, lor tickets, rata, tluia. uape, Ae., apply to Ticket Agols ol couoecllng Unas or aJdroH IA.UIM !. EUNNT. K.b. HHOWN. aWttlaern Paaaanger AgL, Usui. Wklaiil SbM, B, K. Cor. Fourth A Main eta., LouUrllh. SIOW MluWt.,LeuUrllJa,ry, W. B, 8HATTUC, W.W.PKAIWDY, OaaM Paeeaafer Aft , W. atMITH, M. W. VIJLLJtK,, Uao'l Maaaaar. Koun Ahead ef All Geapetiteri, tla thallM. H'y Builrrantaand oa iralua. Hate Houia-beekt- rs f. 1 to a tal a to p L 440 raiiaouin... a St a u a p p ni, jll no a ui Arrcorlngtou No. If Lt, Ui, I uo a ui, Arr. Mayartlle No. r7 I.t Ui lUpu, Arr. Mays. Ill g to The Direct Roate toLynchturg, Daa-Yill- No 34 l.r Hsjitlll. 4(Waiu, Air, Lex. UIO piu aui No 3 I.r Hsjitllle 12 40 p ui. 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