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Semi-weekly interior journal: November 13, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883111301_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: November 13, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. wtmi" W VOLUME Cf....i u w r ii-X.-NUMBER 510. A STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ili Imfefw jamfiwL 13, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 197. W. P. W ALTON. ditor and Proprietor Viltillilinl Titrmtav HU.OO ami Vrfrtsy, lX31l A.NHUM. Canaan in Sight. ' The democratic put), bat. not jet entered the ironitwl land of milk ami hone? but It hie paste! through the Hed He drr. Iiod, end the republican Pharaoh and hit hoiU re badly shaken up, and now the democrat hare the future In their own Lands. Some muit fall in the (utile, and perhap thej could spar General Hutler at well at an. And perhapi Ilsnjtrutn will turn up In eonie role that will dlrlde the republl-cin- s, and to do more for the democratic caus than he could while contending to be the democratic candidate. Mahonlim ui to be defunct, and with It the chance of the republicans to cwj any Southern Mate. The mult In New York Indicate that not eren John KeHe'i defection ran prrrent the democrat from . carrying that itate, In the pieddentlal And Kelly will hardljr be defective in a presidential election. On the other hand the republicans can not choose, a can dldate that will not rata the old division of ttalwarta and in that state. Ohio and Indiana ma be reasonably reckoned In the democratic column. The fact that the republican haie no popular candidate, and that the old eeterans are worn out, or at feud with each otlirr,tuakta probably that all the doubtful itatea will turn to the democratic elde, Thua it appear that the republican par-it too badly broken up to make efleclire fight, and that the democrat hat only to (to forward and knock out the Hlttitee and the Olllltta and the rest tint hare long rioted lojhe alueas of the land, and to take pMMuloo of the reward due to virtu Near Journal elect-Ionhalf-bree- d 1 old Gtntltman. Tot Much at Homo. Mason, senior member of the It i turprlslng how soon a wf tire of II Mson A Co., conlra'tor on the company of a man who It too much at the Kentucky Central extension, which home. Men are wl.e In getting away from road passe through this place, I a wonder their own roof-tree- s a certain nortion ol ful nun. He It now in hi eighty-sixteich day. Among the wives will be found year, yet he rides horseback from Winchr. a very general consensu! of opinion to this ter, near which place he I alutloned, to fleet. There will be found everywhere a Boon' Oap tunnel, where a force of hit disposition to pick off the men in the men are at work, and never experience! morning and to bid them keep out of the any fatigue. The distance I nearly forty way till toward evening, when it I assummiles. He goes one day and return the ed that they will probibly hare a little next, whenever buslne demand bit atten- new of the buy world to bring-- home, and tion. He built netrly all the Chesapeake when liabr wilt te sure to have said someand Ohio road Ironi Ilichtnond, V , to Ml thing exceptionally brilliant and precoSterling, Ky. He hit checked out of one cious. The general event of the will bank in Itichmond, Va , nine 1873, about aflord topic of conrersilioii more Interest$5,030,000. He came out of the war a ing oj fir thin If the whole household had poor man; now he i rich. He ha been been together from morning till night. A building railroads sixty years, am! was very little Irquiry, too, will elicit the fact never known to lose money by taking work that men about home all day are eminently for less than it it worth. He can ride along apt to be fidgety and grumpy and interfehort a line of survey and tell fact what It will ringaltogether objectionable, In cost to build the mad; yet he cannot read This 1 the rae Mtj often, even with work and write nevei could, for he was a poor ing men of genius authors, or pinons, or bor, and went to work a a laborer with a painters but It I particularly apt to be so ftick, shovel and wheelbirrow. He was with tbe unemployed, such, for instance, as Stonewall Jackaon'a bridge builder, and on bu.ines men who have retired, or who are one occasion, when he wa orderel lo get out of harness for a short time. The splr i never at a loss for a iob the timber in readine, while the engineer it of if it catches him idling perfected the plan, he built the bridge, for patcr-fimilready for the army to croa, before" the en. and lounging about, neither at work nor at glneer could put tbe plan on piper. pliy. It slim up hi bile and irritability, When given the plan and told to erect the very likely, and Incite him to tbe reform bridge seedily a poIbIe, he replied: of domestic abuses. It kindle hi sanitary "Go away, General, with your pictures, tbe ardour, and send blm poking and sniffing bridge are now up" Oen Jackson immed- abutit Inconveniently into all the odd coriately hid him commlisioned a Colonel. ners of the establishment; or seta him He hi now gone to Virginia to votega!ust about the curtailment of houfekeeping exMahone. llJchmond Cor. Courier Jonr-na- l. travagance, or the amendment of variout unmethodlosl household precedures, all of which, however right and proper, tend to Cipt. Mason' age is a little over-state- d In the above. He I 821nsUal cf 66. He disturb donie'tic peace and quietude, and can alto read and write, but he did not to mace an tne reminlne member of tbe family v.'ry uncomfortable. learn to do the latter till his eldest daughter taught it to him, for which he gave her EUven deaths have resulted Col C firm of (' 11 Lhtlf Judgt Durham. A number of our exchange are laying good thing about Ju&fce Durham. Here are specimens; Hon. M. J. Durham, of Danville, wat in the city yesterday. He it likely to be a ctndldale for Congress In the district now represented by Phil Thompson. If elected he will make a representative of the people second to none In tbe Slate. He Is a second Jim Beck in practical sense. Lexington Observer. M'ROBERTS &STAGG Opera House Block, dtzal.-l.tzim Stanford, Ky.t IIS dy hi Judge Durham waa one of the most InAVI AVall Paper, Mimical dustrious, conscientious and useful membei CliCHilrnlt, Hooks, Iilmior IimiruciHcat, Kentucky ever had In Congress. He was fjiHtiencrjr, CiKHrs. A'OCKCl alwaya la his place and alwayt knew what , J.OOIICCOSI, Cuilcrjr. IilUHpK, he wa doing. II wat second in rank on I'eri'iiiHcry, jfat'Hlnc X'lro Arms, AcctJIeet. the Committee of Appropriations, and Onr Jewelry, Silverware and Optical (Joods Department Is In Charge of CL hartd with tbeCnairmin in the ending inos. mciiarus, vrnorriu jicpair unicueg anti tiockg rroitiptiy anu in IBB BtSi labor and responsibilities of that most mjie. committee. He was the choice ol the Democrat of hit district for two termt and tnlstei a nomination for the third term by only half a vote and many of bit friend believe that if tbe convention had fairly reflected tbe will of tbelrconatituenta he would not have been defeated at all. But we all know whit conventions are and what they are not. Durham ahould make the race and be ahould be elected. There i need of just tuch men in Congress. Paducah Journal, I)i-iik- lie. Oil, ont. n 1 At farmtrs.Araitrett. Don't LiUgatt, The law- - farora arbitration at a' peace able and Inexpensive method of fettling difficulties In man of the State there are tatutor protlslons b which a judg ment of the Curt ma be rendered on the award or Coding of arbitrator, concerning a matter duly auboiltted to them. It it al- most, always poatibl to lake-- a cue out of Court, and submit It to referee at anr atage of lie prozrsu. In the alwitce of an statutory provision, it it always law. ful for parties to agree to aubmlt their dif ference to arbitrator, and abide bf their decision. The agreement to do no may le either oral or written, but lha latter I tbe better war. The form. t not essentia), ex cept that the meinlng ehould be carefully expreasetf. It la cuetoenary, In addition to the agreement, for the ptrtlea to execute to each other an arbitration bond, conditioned on each party xi forming tbe awar J given by tLe arbitrator, whatever it may be If the award U properly made, It then become binding on tbe parties. Arbitration it well worth ooitderlog br farmer, who find themselves in dlsput about eome !mple qtletton of fact, a, for instance, the amount of damag which A' breech cattle hare done to H' corn, or a to what waa the value of A' theep which were killed by B' bad dog. Such qurstioris can generally b. quickly, cheaply, and fuitly settled by on or more neighbor, and the expense, delay, and ag gravation of a auit In Court may thua be American Agricultural. avoided. d the handsomest piano he could find. We know the old gentleman well, having started life at his clerk. A more remarkable or a kinder hearted man never lived. He his given more young Virginians a start than any man in thettate. The tiniptonsef colic, one of the most fatal disease to a horse, are readily detected. The horse invariably scripts with hit fore feet, kicks at the stomach and shift about, turns around, smells th floor, lie down, rolls, remalalng for a time on his back, and breathe heavily throughout. At a recent meeting of the London Farmer' Club, a relief and sure cure was pre- tnled by a gentleman who hat been all his life among horse. When the hone shows the symptoms of an attack of colic, apply at once a horse cloth or woolen rug, wrung out of boiling water, to tbe stomach and sidee and cover with another couple ol clothe to retain th heal. A they cool. renew the cloths a often. needful. A large bran ittuftlce, m canlLe bornel it equally eOeclive and retains the' heat! longer. & fr A Urge item in the expense of maintaining a sleeping car Is the washing bill. The Pullman Company' entire onjfl'.flhcludei To Oottrnor L'udcntood: The election here show conclusively that tbe democrat can carry New York in 1SS1 if they will embrace in earnett the policy of re form, and concentratepon a positive aggressive ctndidate. But they have no margin to watte and there is little hope left under any commonplace easy going leader ship. The mistakes of Governor Cleveland and the local interest of Tammany Hall have reduced the majority en the State DEALEE IN ticket and given the Legislature to the re publicans; but the fact that in spite of such Groceries, Saddles, llorso Shoes, evils we have suffered an admonition and Hardware, Nails, QueciistTarc, IIiirkJ" Wklps, Iron, from the not a defeat, it not only consolatory, but HtiRKJ" Wheels, Stores, Cane Mills, cyclone at Springfield, Mo. Harness, encouraging. Charles A. Dan.. Spokes, Grates, Cider Hills, Lap Covers, Burglars Mew open tbe safe in the ex Lord Bacon' signs of short life are quick Stoneware, Corn Snellen, Collars, press office at Burgln, Ky., and robbed it of growth, fair,)ft skin, fine hair, early cor $1,600. Orrin A. Cirpenter, accused of the pulence, larce held, short neck, small Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plowa, Wooden Cast Pomps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofmurder of Z)ra Burns, at LIncon, IH.,has mouth, fat ear, brittle, separated teeth. ing and Gn.terin? will have prompt attention. been released on $10,030 bond. The pol The other signs are: Going into a saloon at twelve intervals a day; sitting; on a rail-roice bad to protect him from the mob. crosdng, and writing original poetry. The entire roof, inside walls andiron I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the "best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and Imake second to none in city or couu-try. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley. H.O. tXJP3LE"y . W. H. HIGGINS, Illui, asi al and atone columns of the new south wing of the capital fell at Mtdison, Wis , killing 1 men and terribly mangling 40 other. S M. Suggs, of Henderson county, tabbed L J. Plattor to death at Adair's-villGa,and the murdered man' wife clung to the assassin until tbe officers arrived. e, young man, 19 year old, named Sjlomon Schirgal, hat invented a watch which gon by electricity, and with scarcely any movement; it is therefore i im- pie in cocstruction anl easy to handle; it I cheap, and, above all, keep correct time. A Jewish I Hi HEADQUARTERS." la aot 60,000 40,000 pl!low-ftfrw13.0-00 blankets, 10,000 hand towels, and 0,00,0 roller towels, jLcar I entirely emptied and cleaned at toon at it reiche its destination, and the linen latent atraighf to theliun. dry. Tbe Wagner Company' equipment is 4.000 woolen blanket, 13,851 linen sheets, 12.202 pillow lllpn.AnOljaniJ tiwels, and 2,317 roller towel. The expios of keep-n- g beet, Too Much at One. Do one thing at a time, and do it well. Perhaps the crying evil of our butr age Hh In the attempt to do too much at once; to crowd loo much work in too amnll com-pi- n of time, to attempt thai dotng of the work in hand while the mind It planning or worrying with rrgtrd to the amount of work ahead. Men cratch off letter with half their brain focuned on tome other perhapa half a dcztn other ubect. In tuch plrlt house are built, cloth woven clothe made. It it all mechanical all for ahow uo real Interest in the work noeoulin it no detire tare to make a false ahow, and finish a oon a possible-- no Incentive it greed or the necessity of working under tuch influence to gain bread, What it tbe result? Sin at tbe start, and a harvest of evil through such sin. Houses fall asunder or burn like timber, or poison through bad ventilation or bad plumbing. Boiler burst, ateaiuert burn, and food pol The eoct where it should atiengthen. wind of hast and iloveitlineti I followed by the wbirwind or disaster, agony, disease and death. the Wagner Compapy' bedding clean It $30,000 a year, the Pullman Company' ii larger. Haiidwood Lvmiikk The IVtitfe Far- mrr calls attention to the act that several kind of hardwood lumber are gradually coming into use, which a few year ago were unnoticed. Beech it on bf them. It cheap and abundant, while the more popular hardwood are becoming comparatively :arce and consequently Beech ha a fine grain, it quite durable, and I used in the tuanufacrure of school and church furniture, chair, and to a certain extent In furniture The red variety has a handsome appearance, and can be made to imitate cherry. 1 high-price- The Louisville Argut aayi tbe law of thi State in regard to carrying concealed deadly weapon "i a piece of legallied nonsense, and should be repealed unconditionally by th next Legislature. The law ahoutd limply provide a severe penalty for tbe unlawful nte of a deadly weapon. There I nothing wrong in merely carrying a weapon concealed. The wrong appear only when the weapon ii exposed and used In violalon of the peace." A CUeago bachelor who, on leaving hi boarding house for a week' journey, after Ah onr heading indicates, we propose In the future to bo A kiss is an ephemeral thing at be', taking leive of his landlady, stepped up to quarters for all goods onr line. and ita commercial value is hard to deter- a salt mackerel en the table and ahook it by Groceries, Queensware, mine. The problem ha been grappled the tail and did: 'Godbye old fellow; Our Specialties Hardware with by a Northampton (Pa ) county jury I will tee you when I return." Stoves, Wagon Material, &c. and solved apparently to its own satisfac No matter how handsome a young woWo tiny from Ural hands, In large quantities and for spot caufe-- r tion. A plaintiff In a breach of promite you will only call "and nee for yew--sel- f, Having the discount. esse declared that her fickle lover bad man may be, when the right man come wo will convince you that you can buy goods CHEAPER kitted her a little over 100000 times.' along she it ready to yield the palm of than you ever bought them In Stanford before and as chespatv whereupon the jury rendered a 'verdict in bsiuty, if he hat the sense to ask for it. you can buy auy where. her favor of $1,003.33, or, a lheforeman Ia Grind Ktplds, funeral procession are stated, one cent for etch kis. Taken all required to take the back streets, which in all, tbU I not an excessive taxfora greatly detract! from their value aa adverthingwblchmay be classed among the lux tising mediums urie of life. There are about 17,000 dentista in the A correpoodent to th'eJYairiSlionner United State, and dental college are turnblanche u celery by pgverjnt? the row ing tbem out at tbe rate of 300 a year. with wide board placed on them like the There U noon article in the line of roof of a ho'jte, and held in position by iPHABMACISTS instead of successive earthing. lie medicine that give eo large a return for stake, i careful to bring the edge of the board the money at a good porous strengthening DiuLaaj tit- well together at the top, and to exclude platter, such as Carter' Smart Weed and Books, light from below by drawing earth against Belladonna Dickache Plaster. them. Tbe process expedites the bleach ing Pbysyclana' preicilptlon accurately compound!. Representative Newspaper of the South Also "My dear," remarked an old gobbler to TUE WEEKLY I JKWKIiKUSI the hen turkty aa they lit on their roost in a tree, "I notice by the paper that tbe Governor of variout State are issuing their Trad Mirk. Largest Stock of Wntclics, Thanksgiving proclamations, and I am a AN ORGAN OF Clocks, Jeirclrx & Sllrerware little nervous. Suppose you hop up a few Erer brought to this market. Prices Lower Uuurv twig higher. I think I had better have the Lowest BWatebes, Clocks and Jewelry B paired on short ootlce and;Warraated. my life insured Merchant Trayejer. Tbe main walls of tbe Mormon Temple Am Esaxr Or in Salt Lake have just been completed; 0LIGARCHISM they are of solid granite, elghty-fivfeet MONOPOLIES, high and ten feet thick, and were begun twenty-eigh- t yeart ago. The cott thus far THE SPIHIT OP SUBSIDY! hat been $4,500,000. heJ are I " If BRIGHT1 & CURRAN. TJ 'jcUSstoaf !aaf -- Drags, Stationery and Fancy Artiolos. Courier - Journal MilBsgUteisd. Live Issues, Living Ideas MOKAl FORCES. a "When doet As emboJled In a man become a ream he hemt and hawr." "No." tret?" "When he threads hi way." "No." "When he rip and teart." "No." Give it up " 'Never if he can help It." At Heddich, German, 14,000 person! are engiged in miking needle. The toal pro ductlon of needle In tbe world I 200,000, 000 per week, or 10,000,000,000 per year. That Thioying Tariff TUE A3STJD STABLE!SHOP. HIAJRESS Kates deiFeetf i WEEKLY C0UEIER-J0URNA- L Kico lot of Horses mill Fine Turnouts. lias do superior as a great family and political paper la U nowspaptr worlJ. Its circulation Is JMAT TI3ti'.S X.IKOKK Thin anr political nswipaper la tli South, and Is cxnllcdlir but ftir in lb Uullcd ktale. ll con- talcs each wrck lbs most eouipltU uoiniarj of ana tntDSWsoi iu wonti,Uuor-ln-Cble- in ruuonai columns ar alvsjs (lltnrr Wattsrsuni ablsa strong and Irlgbt. Among th ESPECIAL FEATUUE3 Ar TIgrsphlc Spec Ills from all tbe leading points la th United btstes and Europe, berlsl and Short oioil.i. Tiliuigt'sberuiooi tbsdsjr titer delivery In Brooklyn Itbernscle, Market Iteports, rub-Io- n Letters, Turf and block Uepons. Answer to Correspondents' Department, Poetry and Department tor Cblldrcu. No Horn In lb Country should btwltboullt, ant d by me. I will pay the highest marketjprice. I also deal ia And can supply A republican editor out West allude to The result of Tuemlay' election! are to leave the Presldetlal result of John Bright aa the author of the well Tost lk'toiiD Dead Broke. Colonel calculated knoffn kidney diteaie. It it about time Tom BuforJ, who assassinated Judge John 1881 in delightful doubt. It give tin for the democrat to come into power. Republicans a chance to breathe, while M. Ellott in Frankfort a few year ago, who wa convicted of the crime and icnten. and it doea not dishearten the Democrat, . A Chicago Judge bat decided that to call ced to prison for life, wa given a new trial who have had a long boom of assurance. a person a liar ia no alander, unlet it can and then acquitted upon the ground of In. Tbe situation 1 one wblch will product be thown that aotue injury resulted there anlty, waa then rent to the lunatlo asylum the most cartful nominations on both tide. from. Loultvllle Commercial. An Ohio breach oi promise ult brought at Aochqrage, and after remaining a abort Webster' tpelllng book wat firtt publiih- - out letter on which the postage wu 32 time made hi escape and went to Jefler aonvllle, Ind, where he now livei, ha eU 100 yean ago thu month. It ha been centi, and in which the word "darling" written a letter to a promlaent lawyer in on deck ilx day a week in all that time, wa uied 020 times. COAL!quantity. it in any A. T. NUNtfELdLiEY, Stanford, Ky. in which he aayi; "My health my board bill I unpaid, and enough of clothe to cover luy Commercial Ottette. . Bee taken to Florida become laty and make only at much honey a the need from day to day, Frankfort, it delicate, I have not person." ana mere are native born American who pell cow with, a k and crowd two g' in wagon. Kdison' Electrio Light is a wonderfu dIscoverrbut not a wonderful a Hall' Catarrh Cure. For aale by Penny A Mc Alltter. Dally, 112 a year) Hundsy, II a year; Weekly, singly copy out year, f 1.80: lire copies, on year, tJ.aU. Alter a club ol tl ? baa Ueu ssut us lb club raiser can, tbrougbout lb year, add alngl subscription si our lowest club rate 11.10 for yearly subscriptions. Yearly aubacrlptlous only ranb recelTed at this rat. Our term tor leas than a year ar ft fur eight month; 79 cents Every father ahould paddle hi own: (or six lusnths; SO cents for tbre months. A wupls copy of Weekly CVsrfervuriul Is sent New York Newt. can you? free of tbarg lor eiauifoalloo on application. Liberal cub conioilasloa allowed canvassers, and Ko nutter how Jaded th constitution outfit sent thstu fie of charge. Addreaa W. N. SIALUKSf AW, may be from disease or exceas, tbe Co., Loulsrilis, Ky. President CourUr-Journ- al Invigorator restore it permanently. Eee advertisement. For aale by Pen. Dmiaratlo and far a Tariff for Beresne oalj. . uy & Mc All ter. ttVUSCltll'TIOX TEllMfit THE IXTEIilOIt JOTJItNAL STEAM JOB OFFICE Doea every Kind of Printing a. t City prices. !i U I I s i Uln ,ke IM from si MgblT .r!iel n et- Tti irt m the Ldiilsrllle GmmatM, we (tab. - NoTemtur 13, 1883 forget for the none the delinquent Staifoid, Ky., icrlbers and tbe other devils that torment a newspaper maker, and feel that there Is EDITOR W. P. WALTON. some appreciation of earnest effort alter all. We thank yon dear friend for the lines 13 minute from the time which ate to ut like letters of gold and only took a petition for dWorce was filed In Chicago pictures of ellrert Is twtt till decree w granted. Tbe The SrAssroRD Iktemoii InJorimt. Kentucky, flimsiest nature, but one of the best newspapers etmrnls were of the Is leth wanted it to enable them lo unite Ilh because the quality of Its contenta their Important than congenial souls and the Judge Bre d Srxaklng of dUerce, we quantity. Its'tppeMance ha been fas fitewwnoditlnB. by a alight reduction la the ttxe of mc reelBded of a care before a New Yoik Jdlng" eenrtlaitweeii Alma Scott euedherhut-Ua- d par er and ty pe.whlch niaket any "pa unnecessary, and Editor Walton continues and In the trial It waa shown that to give hit ubcrlbert two papers a week Iber were roarrird in 16S0; that the for the price bf one. money with Uriah had spent hia on the woman of hie choice and aa Tin New York Sun, "to decide a bst,' IcVi at it Jaitcd ther were happier than ssya neither party carried New York. The lartle doTei tier dared to be. Keen a bet was that the democrat would carry bank can le broken and as Scott' shekels! New York Stale, but thty did not; neither, were not near so numerous, he finally had says the, Sun, did, the republicans. Tbe Utto tuccHmb to the' IneTitable and plead (he ter elected the bead of the ticket and the lack of trie wherewithal whin his wife ask-e- d Legislature, while the demceta't electeJ ,nl-skltacqne. In. rain I e the rett of the State ticket. The Sun him tat Bed bit breeches' pocket Inside out to t the bttt ef, butaddt "letting It illevaie the absence of lecre; the rain woman gal. D. n't do It." She wanted a would Helen to nothing. Ox the ISth the principal railroads of the ncqae and would be "dtscotliag-e- d United Stales will adopt four standards of for life" if It wai not fnrnlsbed. They lime, the .Bittern, Central, Mountain and quarreled antl continued to quarrtl till sepPacific Should the L, A N. change her aration vas longed after by bcth and tbe schedules accordingly, the time wll b put court, after patient hearing, granted an orback 18 minutes, which Mill occitlon a der absolving the matrimonial chain. All good deal of anoyance and confusion unless women are not o unreasonable as this one, the towns along its tine change their time bet the young man contemplating matri- also. mony would do well to run no risks, but alTwo citchert for the St. Louis Biso Ball n ways keep laid up enough to provide it tatque whenever an ituperatlre order Club have already been .engaged .for next a piece. To use a feminine it issued from the boa of hi bpiue and season at expression in the nbeence of a better one, 'starts Did you ever? " Vfiio struck Billy MahontTon election Butler, like Banquo't ghost, will not day waa. not destined to remain to great a myatery as the fellow who' did the came don. He has already announced hlmeelt thing to Billy Patterson. Toe doughty a candidate for Governor of Massachusetts General offered a ' $100. for a tight of the next yenr, a term there being but one j v acesndrel and astlssin" who dealt tbe blow year. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. whereupon Wo. Ling, a tobacconist, acknowledged the corn but explain! that Bradford Dunham hat been appointed being pressed by the crowd, he (Long) Ge neral Manager of the L. A N. tritem. raited bit hand to clear himself and get The number of miners killed by the out. As he did to, some one struck him explosion in the Moot field (Engltnd) colviolently on the right band, which earned liery wat sixty seven. it to atrike General Mahone lightly in the Another of the veteraoa of tbe war of face, which he hopes did the General 'no 1812 has gone; Saml. Jones, of Fleming!-burg- , erioue Injury. Long says he bad no in Ky. He wta 95 years old, tention or desire to do General Mahone Chalmers was thoroughly defeated in personal injury. It it not recorded whether Missies ippi, obtsinirg a majority in one tbe General ponied up the S10O. or not. county only throughout the State. 'His von was.ficed 15. for drawing a pittol The Lexington Prta says 30 men when tbe blow waa etruck and offering to were murdered In this State during tbe 'Sshcct hell out of tbe man who bit pa." month of October, and 27 in September. Twelve shares of Clark County (Ky.) The true Virginians are so elated over their famous v ictory that ther scarcely know National Bank stock sold in Winchester how-tcontain themeelvet, so at at $202 60 perbarc; par ralae HOOj o building was wrecked by A JKchmond they will give the grendeat ever known in the State. They the wind at Buffalo, N. Y., killing five per bare indeed something to rejoice over. eons and aerioutlywosnding seven others. Gen. Wi C. Wickbara was elected to Tbe dk tfJHttle brute, Mahone, has been slowed under by fully 30,000 majority and State Senate, in Virginiaby a big majoris spite of money wrung from office holders ity. He is a republican but Tbe reported danger of a conflict betsad furnished by tbe administration, the democrat have elected a Legtalalure which ween the whites' and negroes at Southampwill hare eight majority in tbe Senate and ton, Vs., turns out to be without foundaIn tbe House. Their tion. perhaps At Charlatte,N. C, A. J. Allman deyear of jubilee ha come. ' Let them shout serted hia wife and four children, sold his aBdJDg"piInn. . stock and Crops, and elcpedwlth hia lister'dby. Ksotx teems to' have a decided ,, ,. ia law. ., , ri' turn'. In hts proclamation, fixing Wta. E. Ruscell, ,of Lebanon,. 'was Kor. 29th as a day of thanksgiving and knocked down and robbed of his valise prayer, he talks like a preacher, ai follows: while going to tbe Southern depot in Cin"Jreccotnmend thai from, chancel and fire- cinnati. side pralsef and thanksgiving be offered by In New Jersey the democratic mtjority tberpeoplercf "KeBtocky" Id ih God and is 0,678 and in Pennsylvania the republiFather of us all for the manifold Meeting cans elect their ticket by 16,000 to 19.886 l wherewith. he has blessed ut; that we renew msjuiity. to each other our obligations of brother-be- o II. Clay McGee, formerly of this State, d, to cur conntrr tbe devotion of patri- murdered hia wife and daughter, near Kan- otic service and tbe contecration of lives to sat City, and tbsn committed suicide by Him from whom cometh every good and taking morphine. blessed gift" Forty of tbe bctt citizens of Danville Expotitii n was brought to a, bril- Va , hare been appointed a commitee to in. Tas liant clcae Saturday night, amid tbe boom- quire into the cause of.the recent riot there ing of cannon and congratulatory address- and publish tbe facts concerning it. Tbe republican Senators, who (includes. Nearly a million people visited the grand show and lb business of Louisville ing the Virginia readjustee) hare a majoriras increased 19,000,000 over lut year. ity of four in the Senate, contemplate a That the thing waa a grand success finan- complete reorganixition in tbe officers of cially as well at every other way, la thown that body. The New York ITtraliTi circulation ia tbe fact that the ttockholders will refor dollar on their investment reached 133,600 copies rnr the 7th. To ceive dollar print this tremendous edition it required aad still a surplus will be left. the work of seven fast presses and 21731 Diear credulo is reader, when you take lbj. of piper. On the tame day the Sun up a dally newspaper and notice several printed 172,749 copies. columns of alleged cable news, think not Mr. Zmmermtn, Hutingdon's first that'll) e enterprising publisher has paid lieutenant in tie Cincinnati Green Itiver from 25 to 60 cents a word for them. It baa and Nashville railroad enterprise, writea a come out In a iw suit that thirty words gentleman in Nashville that he would be In by cable is frequently made to expand nnd that city In a few days to complete arrange fill three qiurteis of a column. The barest menta for beginning the construction of the outline are sent and a student of foreign road. Cowling Green Gaxette. affairs is enabled to rpread almost indefiThe week of prayer for 18S1 be;ina nitely. with the first Sun J ay in, tho year, January Virginia go, revive the bloody 6, with the following general airangements To thirt, fall bick on civil rights, and play of topics: Monday, January 7, Praise and tbese for all they are worth, and then to Thanksgiving; Tuesday, Confession of aln look to New York, Indiana, and Ohio, is and prayer for cleansing and renewal; Wednesday, Prayers for families and instructors Use roughly blocked out plan of the republicans, says the Cincinnati Sew Jour- of youth; Thursday, Prayer for the Church nal, and tbe Indications are that it knows of Christ; Friday, Intercession for the Nations; Siturday, Prayer for Mitiiont at what it istalklug about. home and abroad. The Frankfort Yeoman thinks that the GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. democrats have a promising show of carrying 23 States, with 250 elector!! rotes, Lancaster. while the republican have a sure thing In Col. Jno. K. Faulkner, Collector of bat 16, with 151 votes. That's the way it Customs at Louisville, Is in town recreabuilds its pyramids and they look mighty ting. He will spend a few days hunting r V ' .V.uul Wiifh we occnIo-aM-T com acroi n day, after an extended rlelt in the West. Miss LlllleGuodloelerleltlnsT. Mr. I- Miss Msmie Olds It rlsltlng in Verssllte. Mire Lou Watren, of Warerly, Mo., spent sereral day last wek with Mis James Denny, Miss Mary Kobtneon has returned from n visit In Missouri. Mr. Hoe Young gare the young ladles and gen t brick Hructures sure-- j of yellow-brow- n ly the homeliest, If the vastest, city on the LAH'AUKK AMKRTUKMKNT. I'hII Hrirl Mimer It n pro-re- bus-ban- d pro-tif- cj fr n de-el- real-ski- seal-akt- tleraen of town a delightful entertainment Saturday evening. Roseoe Batchelfr, of New Mexico, Is rMtlng W. O Bradley, der whom he studied law. Services were held at the Methodist church Sunday in the Interest ol the Garrard County Bible Society. Iter. George 8. rervl-ce- s Savage was present and rendered the his remarks showing entertaining by what the American Bible Ssclety hat accomplished for tbe advancement of It seems like olden times to have Ilev. Mr. Bartge with ut again and recall recollectlont of boyhood day. The Garrard County Bible Society Is In a prosper-ou- t condition and It doing considerable woik in spreading religion. The services of Rev. Hiram Mcore were- - secure.! last year tn canvass our county, which wat done thoroughly In 125 days. He vltlted almost every family within the limits asslgred him. $80 as contributed at the meeting Sunday and a committee was appointed to visit every church tn the countr for the purpose of receiving contributions. Lancaster will have a new postr (lice next year. Hall Andireon ha purchased the building next door to the poste ffice ,now occupied by W. B. Noel aa a furniture establishment, and, In connection with C. C Slorms, w ho ex pects to put up a two story brick grocery en the corner of Public square and Danville street, will build a two slory (ffice complete in its arrangements. The space between the new t ffice and tbe alley, on Danville street, will be built up and occupied by Misses Noel & Smith, Intheesme block of frame buildings, for msny yesrs an eye sore to the town, K. 8. Hsrelden & Pro. are making arrangements to tesr down snd put up a . Now let the rsst of the brick parties In the rsme block conclude to build at the same time and keep pace with the progressive citizens. Business is increasing at a remarkable rate. A evidence that there haa been a change for the better, the deposit in our banks are $100,000 larger now than at the same time lsst year. Our With fertile town la improving everyday. lands, with good railway facilities and with enterprising citlxens, we can make our county rank with the first in the State. The population of our town hat increased several hundred since the last census and there it no reason why it may not double within two years. chrls-tlsntlmil-Inrr- s. store-roomblue-gras- s GEO. 0. BARNES in SCOTLAND Eldefsme St. Glakiow, Oct. 15tb, '83 four-stor- y TltA-IS38 BerkelttTekace, THE .conn" two-thir- - 1 let natural. alarming news coraes from Baltimore that a woman there has been safely delivered of quadruplets. The father I aid t be dolnr at "well as could be expected" under tbe circumstances, though be itfaaei to be comforted. JUshtkii of tbeTLnd Office, Cecil, has gesae to Florida to recuperate and get clear out of tbe way of Ihehoportunate fellows to whom he promise d clerkships, The srith old friends. Sam Anderson is up from Louisville visiting bis pirents. He bat obtained a situation at traveling salesman for a wholesale millinery establishment in Louisville. Mr. A. G, Lackey via married last Wednesday at Marshal, Mo , and arrived at bit old home Saturday to spend the hon eymoon, He was lately appointed postmaster al Marshall,wlth a silary of $1,700. Miss Jennie l.ickey arrived home Situr DearMtrlert A little clap at Bexley Healb, of tender yeart, but very like "a man grown" in ways, got off the following, that I quote in passing, for the moral of it: On hia 7th birthday hit mama, thinking to put thought of resporsibility In his mind, said, "You are seven now, darling, oughtn't you to begin to be very good!" To which tbe young scapegrace responded promptly: "No, mams; I ehsn't try it till I'm 8." This same young hopeful, not long after, getting a little excited on1 the blue ribbon temperance question, quieted bit alarmed conscience at dinner the next day by saying, "Mama, pour me out half a glass ol ale to day; I am Uginning to be a "Men are only boys grown tall," are they not? Let each cne of my dear reader apply the parable aa suits tbim best. I am writing In the midst of a great ab berlng of mingled French and English. Marie, in anticipation of our visit to France perhaps yeart hence, ha begun to recover French under the loher quacious tutelage of a "Msdame,"who knows about as Utile English as my darling knowa "parfaiou " Marie, like a great msny beginners in other things beside the study of the French, wanta to know the wby 7 of everything aa she goes along. A weighty sentence from Madame, checking this too inquisitive spirit, has just caught my ear. "Do not rtaton too much notr, Mis. I try to teach von great patteur of von great church In ze city; but he could learn noting He jrpetuallee lay, 'Vat is dis? Vat dat youaa)? Vy is die? I do not like dat; dere is no res ton In dis,' until at last he had great disgust and threw all down and learn noting, noting; and all because be was so very wise; he would know all at once. No, Madamoleelle, do not reatSn now; wait till you know more; and even then, reason not too much; It I not good for one who learns. Wave just faith in te tool till you quHc trough.'" Well's'ald, good Madams; you teach me a weighty lesson, better than French. As I go along I must notice things char acteristlcally Scotch, before they become to familiar that I ahall forget to record them The hone collars on those aa noveltledriven in carta and ran have the peculiar- ityof rising to a sharp peak, at least a foot above the animal's withers. The iron hames, then, go off in a curve right and left, terminating in a knob, at an equal height, forming a perfect W when looked at from front or rear. The horses them selves are the noblest of their data. In the recent procession tbe carter made the grindett exhibition of all, in horse flesh. In America we are becoming familiar, in a measure, with the "Clydesdale" type. The head it heivy and uncomely, but the other proportion are almost perfect for draft pur poeet. I tee more noble horse. here in a day than anywhere; an indifferent animal ia the exception. It take time to get acquainted with a city built of brown. ttone throughout. It impresses me every lime I go out, jet) with a sense of the grindeurto( it; especially coming from London, with its endless mast planet. The same perfection of paring here a In London. In nothing ! the superiority ol these ancient clvlllxttlons more manifest than In the care they tike of roadGranite blocks ways and about II Inches (quirt is the materitl us ed. Glasgow I more like London than any other city we have seen; esprclally on Saturday night, when the entire population stems to be vomited I Mo the stietts, the greater number strollers, but enough left to pay out and take In the pay for the week's work, which is the objectire point, for all city shops. It take a the good deal of glitter out of the show, when one thinks that ererythlng Is a bid for these hardly earned pennies; nnd the hardest of all hard matters of business Is the struggle lo win them. I heard another sermon yeslerdsy from dear old Dr. Bontr. It la not often I hare this opportunity of hearing others preach, and I am alwajs gltd to avail myself of It The good Doctor wrestled with Job again, taking for his text the words lo chap. XIII, "Though He slay mr, yet will I trust In Him." As If the loving LOItD ever did slay anybody I What a monsttous suppo sition! But the dear old man took It fcr granted that Job wr right; accepted lit rebellion and fully for puic gospel and thus discoursed: "Brethren, tbit ytrse baa been comfort to saint in all ages. When overwhelmed with misfortunes that they knew came by God's permission, the last resort was this, Though He slay, I will trust.' Luther once said, 'If I saw Him with a drawn sword in Hit hsnd I would run Into His tims.' A good minister In tbe south of Engltnd, sadly bourne down by trnub. lee, lost his burden while reading the record of tbe great reformer. A lady of Germany, In high social position, slid: 'The Pale Horse only burs the tainta from earth 'I will trust tho' he slay me.' lo heaven.' Other woids from saints passed away might be quoted to the same effect. There are two things I wish lo speak about, suggested by these wonls of my text: 1. Job's invincible confidence lo tte love of God. 2 The grounds of Job's con. viction. First, Job' confidence In God's love. The Old Testament saints had a very small bible, but they made good use ol it. It as really wonderful how much they learned with so much less light than we have. If Job with the dim revelation cf hi time could siy what ia written In my text, bow much mere we should utter III" Here the speaker repeated the choicest gospel verses culled from various parts of the New Testament and then proceeded: "Let us take these and arrive at Job's unmlstaken faith in God's lore, whatever happen. As Samuel Rutherford, wrote: These promises are m ny stepping stones across tbe dood;' and again, 'Take His band who knoweth all the fordt. The current shall not tweep you off.' Second. The grouodt of Job's confidence In God. 1st. He had faith in God's revelatlcn of Him-sel- f. He had laid his band on the head of the Slain Limb. This hia constant habit, aa witnessed by his carefulness to offer sacrifice when his children gathered for their gathered for their birthday feasts, 21. He knew death and resurrection as taught In the bumt offering. 'I know that my Redeemer llveth, and I shall tee Him.' 'Plant your feet en death and resurrection, and you shall go over dry shod,' laid Rutherford once. Let us all hare Job's 1. Holy obstinacy of faith. Let nothing shake your conviction of God't lore. Notice ihlt In 1. Blind Bartemius 2. Sjrophenlclan woman. 3. Ruth. Naomi was only testnot really advising her daughter ing them to go ba:k to Moab. Ruth etocd the test. 2 Let us have a holy obstinacy of teal. 1 Like the Declplet before the Sanhedrim; Actt IT. 2. The Hebrew Children before Nebuchadnezzar. Lastly, the holy obstinacy of hop;. 'Blessed the man who ia not offended in me.' Hope ever-e- ven 'against hope.' Dear sinner, whatever difficulties may lie in your way, If you only knew rour peril you would 'escape fcr your life.' Eternal life is worth securing at any cost. But if you will only come you will find the way much easier than you anticipate. Jesus' love will make 'the yoke easy and tbe burden light.' Come dear, blessed, honored servant!" He did ss best he could, from his standpoint. Only I am sure his standpoint Is wrong. Not in vsin shall It be that I heard these two sermons. ' My heart ia fixed." As the LORD shall give utterance I will tell all Scotland that God it hit and nothing tint. Only thus bellevirg can the souls of men "escape as a bird out cf tbe snare of the fowler." Tbe dear LORD gave a giand day, It was one of deepest external gloom. The dripping clouds drizzled and poured alternately; the black,loppy streets; tbe greasy, slippery pavements, coated with filthy ocze; swarms of children paddling about with red birefett, only taking to the cheerle't ttieet for company' cake and to escape the slimy wretchedness of comfortless cellars; a shivering, gloomy day, that gave tbe devil joy to see the wretchedness of his, he caused by It; a very master-piecin the way of weather; and yet the sort of day in which the dear LORD delights to work HI miracle of mercy, bringing "meat out of tbe eater," and "honey from tbe Hon' carcass," And so He did for us, praise Hit dear name forercr. At a crowded meeting In the Home Hall 67 confetted tbe dear Name and Scotch crutt went flying, broken into a thousand fragments. We came home to find W ill Jubilant over 33 given to bit net, at the Bethel for tailors on the touth tide of tbe Clyde. An even one hundred for both "great fithet" t we shall find when we know the worth of a single soul. Help ua to praise HIM, Ever'In Jesus, Goo.0, BAnjerj. side-walkgaily-lighte- d e NUHOXJON DJ.TIIS'1', Ky. LANCASTI'.lt, ATTOIINI1Y At IjAW, (Tie-iT- 'l B. T. WAIiTBIl MILLINERY! hj ao.uxuttoiArrii. U. V. KAUFJb'MAN, I on fcsait InJ am Oflet over ailsens National lUnk. Offlct bouts fill aiit eniapleuiiee of rfntlt- rttfltln a Wautl f.ihlcn.l.l, Mlllllnsry, to from I la 12 a. M. suit from I lo 9 r. M which I In, lit II.. f h . ... ntTI t. labn lrAr.lln.. BAM M. HUHDETT, eonrMtnt thalan suniloallon la all tbsllsnetes-aar- y lo a purcliaw. C.ll.o.l m .wins m;t,i.n LANCASTER, KY. Will prattles In Cisrranl snd tlJolnlrsmtinlles ,, .. (!,, It J f l) i7t ltuniKs. Opera House Tor Rent! nr rrrttuJ bf th Iilrttt- at thai II I a ... fAIf I tsM lfA..u till -- . .- -. w. n iivuie (tn siuirm It Paii t I Will for Its rtnlal for on jssr, villi l"Wi prattle In til Ih CVumsof llsrranl tad adjoining thoprltlltgtM alertnofrrars Ifmnlnallr sure! counties anl In lb Court of Al pssls. uin. llon.li wlihsr.nroTf.1 srcnrllr will lrr- n.irruoi inoinMw. i lo rsjset snr r I all bIJi nsstrtd. Dlfttl riht Uitsrs lo Ik Hoard. !.ANCA9Trt,KY. t ! A.TTOItNJ3V HammIuIams A.t X.AW, ' I1at.l ... 0MM propMh will U l'r,.0 ... ,"'!,"'. ' ir. i iiviMfi.v, blnfc.rd,'Ky. A ENTERPRISE Grocery. GEO. D. dti XOH. NKVKKAltJ.CJ&f LattofCiniaull.gtTfrmr, 111 J. wllh ( Oo., SunloM. Kr.. M. ROBINSON M7, Sc .- CO.. ICY. Importtra and Jot tort M, ail Main JStrwt, Cor. -- Drr Hoods, Notions. Ac (tilth, L.OUIHVII,r,.:, BURDETT TO THE PUBLIC OO., Kentucky, HAVE W will bow pay special attsatlon to trCTJHXOat OIUNDING.tt satlsfarllon, and wbro Jwlrtd will (Irs I'Mtul flour fur WbMt. Ua matt ellbtr boll' I or unbolted nitl. 110-- 1 W iroinlMi lo nit Jjniicn.Ntvr, MrAIISTKRANALUr. BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE KY. IN STANFORD, Just Rocoivod Another Car Load of FonitrMt Furniture, Conalitlni'of 1'uMtwlon to a Tor parllrulart ration ltoU P. 182 10 lofftr Krwl prltiitlr mj hcu and lot en stun whlth li ottuplnl br J M. rsllw. toltf Jn I,lojMI, al Ttrwa rramn-ablwrit, in Harper, Ljlle.bUnl.mt, Kj Wan-sas- e. de. 1 It.JI.AXItKtlhOX, Harper. Kanua Parlor and Chamber Sots, I FurnlturX. ! bate lb lulltst and tot tint of Furniture el STtrr description tesr ex hit Its.l In Msafcid.asa sirou innwau nj store win prose. j prices art ae low aa iltttllar utU eao ! tuf Hi tn Hi. nl. a fact aUorapabie ol nectar demonstration. I alt on band a lull.llue of keep '1 1' Bods & Loungos.BodSpringa ana maurossoa, I Sofas nnd lialrs and ETfrjIhlng mr-nllulonging to a rlrot-cln- u More. re llf- - Undertaker?.' OoocIn ! And as ready losers luneralt iroiucllf wltb a a nice, new llterse. At- Price hh Low tut Aiijboeiy'n. Orders by Telegraph Promptly tended to. ITMKms B. E. WEAKEN. -- VALUABLE- Garrard Co. Lands ESTILL SPRINGS! FOR SALE. IooVr St prt'tltsaltne firm of about aOOaere, o, In Garrard, about ooo mile below Onip Dick wltb larte collate bouso of ettht rooini. In ntt(ureeuthulldlnce, and number o". repair, all In a of tblndallfertile and (tss.BooOnalalt platernUliatloa, rr It a distil-Ittbe belnc In ih arlr of about 10 boibele eeperllr. Tbe turnpike to Leiloitoo. runs ihruufb Ibis from Hanrlll Alfarm, and tbe lb location I verreonrenlent. so lu acres. put of the B. M.Jones Una, on lb sarae pike, adjololnc lbs atoee. Tbe Iwo places will be sold aaa whole, or divided to suit purcbas. ers. "I he purchaser will also bar tbe cptlon to ratln the dltttllerr, orllcen Uiimetsd. Also prepet-- a sualirarm adit alna tbe the Intersection It, with fair ituproTtmente. In turoptk-o- , contain-l-oet tbe PsHIaod HuenaMaU about Uacrse. A small traelof It acrts, In alore nous lands of T. Dunn. Ala-- i tbe town of Br yantsf ill, t warehouse near the de- e, pot In Lancattrr, a burial lol In tb Laotmatrr Hatln taken tbai. cl ibis Iidoi walstlrg plate for be coulrg sisnb, I sat tow Prepared to Receive Guests. I bars a corps o trained servants and will U all to furalak HalUfHctery AerowiuetlalletiM To all persona la ouriult of health or tltamre. Tbe medicinal qualities of tbeM waters at loo wen Known to in people 01 ivnirai fcCBiocBj 10 Ig need a dncrtptloa of their prvlttle. Tbe rate, of board will be reasonaU. t or luttber Information, spplr to ue at Itetne, Kr. 1SMI H. M. l'AACOCK. Ac. Alltbtaboreprvpirtr will be sold on tsrr liberal terms. I'or lurther particulars call onoraddrru H'Jf BKHKKI.K, Drjasiaillle, kr. scp.lltf MERS HOTEL, Propr STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURN8IDE, This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, -- AMD 1IOX. A. G. TALIlO'rr, Speller ol tbt neit Ol Bojle, la a candidal for House of IlepreseataUTee. Coal ! Coal ! The Coal Association basing nottnrd ns that We l- Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to so Conntrr Oil miel After tlilx Dale nil Coal Hotel in the State in ita Fare, Hlilppctl lo in will ue can n, Appointment., or Attenart compelled -t In future to sell lor r. ji. ha vikhi, t. Mini t. B. e Cub on De-r- y. tion to Comfort of their Quests. IYIILLIItfERY ! Mr rail and Wlatcr steck .( MlllUsry row ar rising Is tb fulliil and kandsomeil I bast etti bad, and I Incite tbe attention of tbt ladltslo II confident thai I can n'ctis tb most fastidious. Thanking nij Irlends for tbclr liberal latroaire ol tbt pan, I earneatlr ask a conllnuaece. 190-- lf rtaesas will a ceaisitd lo aad frees Ibsdssnl frssofckarg. Kpeclal aeroaaasWatUat t tCa.aaerilalTrailsra. Tht Mar will ks alwSft airillsd with Ik choicest braiat of Lliaars aid Clsara. -- DANVILLE- JlltS. KATKIWDHKHA.ll. PLANING MILL atratiOTs . Iff. Italtluln A Co., Ilutltllle, Kr., Cincinnati, .. and Indianapolis, Ind.,drlereluSJ!clnwr A bona', Decker llroa.', llalnia', J. A C. Fischer, YoaeA eW Baldwin A Co.'s Cottars, Uprlht snd equate llano Forlce; COMPANY -- ManuVtsauiert also tbe Ester, ebunlnger and Hamilton Organs. Instruments sold al pilicaaod teinis to suit p. lvu't (lit jour orders till Jon get our prices and terms. ISMini o- f- IK. T. E. .SMITH, Homoeopathic l'tijslclaii, Doers, Nasili, IIIIiiiIh, Window Hiiel Door I'rHinel'M, Mold. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Iiirw. Scroll .Saw nc.ldence, Clemens llcuee; oBc opp. Central Nat Kink. Special attention to dlseasta of women l&J-S-u: and children lot tbe put eighteen jetra. Work, Turn. Iiik LrIIiu Work, Sale of Personalty I will tell ! rioorhiB, CcIIIiik.AVchUicrbonrelliifr, Drcsxeotl And other - tt f ublls auction at ujr plait near on Liiiubcv, FI.IDAY.NOVEMIIEKSU, 18S All uj stock and crop, cocslstlog ol One lunth of tttiv good CWs, veaWinys, Mi and a numUr of good milch Oew, 20 Aecid ofbroU Hula, 3 or 10 good Horn, lot of M lleqi, fim UtofShoati, 2 thorougUrtd Soulhiloun HutUanda Building Material Alto Dealers In Ivt ( mountain 1'ku; alto, tht Curn orotrn on tfOucre of land, 3 larrccs Amit JJrunilg my otni fur tnnlinn tnait ana ontaittuierycotni, il, Household and Kitchen Furniture, Ac, ( fariiiiug Idiuubcr ! Call on us or writ for prices. W stock and will do our test to pleat and quail tjrol material. keep a large eon In prices MjtliU Titans.--A- ll sums of 113 and uodsr. ca.bt ortr that amount a credit or six months with Interest. Bote, with aw.rore.1 wcurltr rtnulred. II. T. Diin.AttsltSMir. ,i,:o- - n'.Ahiyntu. (tH-id VA.xrirjT.i: m'laxm.xu US-J- mill at Cturille, Kjr, -Tom Fmi, the old negro mm whckull tl S, Jonea A Son, who propoee to con rr I .m waa crushed by Albright, wae thonght to ll.H. lU V l.tlatna.a .lll'IU II. uu.lltir.) toIIest Virginia smoking and chewing M, W, Koe reort that he aw on be dying tail night. He hid lieen ipeech bacco at T. R. WaltonV Saturday morning, auapended from the leia for IS hnura. lUnrtM and ihelf hardware cheaper at Tilt price of thla paper when paid in ad railroad bridge at Point Burnalde, the body of A man, iuppoed to be that ofthe ripiat T, R. Walton' than eliewhere. ranee haa lein reduced to J2 per annum. When we hare (o wait my tlsre re will alluded to in the Ifnnntrtr of Friday. sife, combination lock A STEve" Thla ia warm work might be termed um When you coniider the fact that BUELL & BON Employ an Expert to lamlably charge $2 80. for eale, price $W. Geo D. Wearen. mer-- y juallce. buy every hide going into their tannery; that these hidci are tanned on th JurfiE Otvet.rT decided jetlerday to et J. R Napier waa thrown from hla BotLL't hair and rubber lined beotf ire adde the fine of $200 and the imposition bone at leatt on Old Fashion Long Time Cold Liquor Frocen, under tho carefnl mperviiion o the atory got the Lett In the world and aull only by of triple taxea fixed by the County Court Thurrday night. He la reported to have ot Mr. 0, BUELL himself, a man of more than 40 experience; and Bruce, Warren A Co against the L. A N. R R for refural to 111 three ribi broken and a knee cap or two Bnucr, Wahite.w A Co. are ole agent ita property for lizatlon In the oennly ind dlalocated, I understand the Foreman of that thii Leather coming ont of the Tannery ii again Carefully Culled, for the Iiuell Bootathat aro creating to directed that If it be glren another chinr the late Grand Jury ia "tilting on him" the poorer diicarded and only the Choice going to the to Hit and upon refunl igaln to o do to witheeduloui care. much Inlereet through Kenlutkr. Impote the fine. He alio allowed Dudley The wing of an Infant cyclone swept Daj Qftxje, cf Reckciatle, who waa Vatighl, charged with the mufder of Cjrk- - orer ua on Saturday erenlng. I preiume eentenced to two yeara Imprlionmeni for endnrfer, to glre ball in the aura of 750 we were in the outer edge of the alorni, killing IIarrUMalthewa,hai Ju't had hit in recurlty, or $VX In mnney. and aualained no material damage; but Where, nnder the watchful eye of Mr, E. W. BUELL-bo- ra and bred to the affirmed by the Appellate Court eentenceii The two rear coachta of the aonthbjiind were terribly acared. It waa accomi anted bniinen, every pair it hammered ont under the Old Time Elbow Greue Tilt Superior Court hat affirmed thei de exprea jumped the track reirGirena' Sid by a deluge of rain euch aa ! eldom wit Style, certainly it it not itrange that in Ohio, Illinois, Pennsylvania and clelon of the Lincoln Circuit Court relief nesred In thi latitude. Ing Sunday night and although they turn -- Win. D. Weatherford baa returned New York, where they have been known for the past 40 yean, IngJude Lyt'e from liability In taking ed orer on their aldei and were filled with from Colondo, and wjll probably locate at recurltlea on the Cherla Guardian bond, pieungerf, no one waa rerioualy hurt. A Junction City. John 8 Goode and Will which afterward prored to lie of no raloe be Bcv your groceries of T. 11, Walton. ' Stanford, Ky A November 13, 1883 NOW WHAT DO YOU SAY? n 5 N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ..1 (fl Mall train (otng Norm EaprtM train" lMith ' ' " hrith Noth .. ... .. . 1Ur,. r. h. I 01 1 M A.M. l.M. LOCAL NOTICES. A Buy I'ai.tm of Penny A McAlIaler. Ammcmtiom of all kinds it Mdtibert year' MoAllsterV CoLT'i KkkrV Kick ainok of birthday crds t Penny A at Mc Konerlt A ft Sik'. BTAKDAnn ready tints'. Double lJreeelilndltiR BOOT and SHOE FACTORY, nitied paint at Mc Robert A Stage. mock of every thine In tlie jewelry line it Penny A McAlister'. $1 to $75. IttM.-t- Jm. IUaiJIok Cholera Cur. Penny A McAllste r o!e agent. We cm sell you a gun any where from nw gentleman, raid to Judge Brjwn, of Watch, Clocki inJ Jewelry repaired Lmd, bavirg wonrd up their buiine in and warrants 1 by Penny A McAliHer. KtLLtn. Information Imjuilbeen re KnoiTlllf, thought a mi pie ofhl r.b to day (MonFoh rorsli, colds, Ac, tire C'oiuoiind celled here that Lee Little, eon of Hon. were hroken, but there waa tome doubt Colorado, are expired home Syrup White Pine. Put uii In 26 and 60c DatUY Mttle, of Cluy county, waa kill-e- d erenofthat. A tad rail and tie caused day ) Mr. Charlotte Gteen, daughter and Are ususually styled nelre, of Stanford, are rieiting relative bottle. Trlil itt 10c Mclleberti A In Harlan county lait week. He and a the trouble. The can were left and the here. H""' young man named Spurlock, while drunk, pwengera ciowded into the mall and bag Col. Weatherford ia idminletrilor, ' PERSONAL got Into trouble with a lot of men wheae gage care acd lie train piocicded ifter in old on Saturday the effect of Tim Ward, Nicholas-Titl1VJCAKC SOLE AGENTS. learn and In the gen hoiir'n'elentlon. natnea we could not Mn. Joiik MuDALr, of dee'd. Three mare brought $70, $91, and wae eial ahcotlng that fallowed, Utile I vMtins; hi ton, lorn Melcatf. A colt aold for $30. Calve, SO 25 SI01. MARRIAGES. Mm Pantiika MoKily h re- killed nnd Spurlock 'hot In the leg. and $10. A lot of tool Ac , were diiaed Mr. J. A Chappell obtained licence Mra. Win, turned from a visit to her sister H B. Caldwell, Jr , CArruntD.-P-iu- ire of, miking the whole amount near $350. yeaterday to marry Miu Samantha Oak Hoy ion, In Garrard Thui another actor patfea from the buey and Harrey Eillwn, of thla county, captur on the lOlh. Miu asu Miu E, If . llcns'iur and Hige.- eI near Waynraburf, Friday, Slith Elliott, Tomorrow, at Wayne'burp, Mr. Thot. Mr. Jamea Pailon and J. It. Pazton took who killed Birnei In Mercer county and Can mybedy give u tidings of our J. Gooch will lead to the marriigea!tir, value citizen, Dan Millet? Ho In the lat of the Exposition. tied, and for whom Got, Knott haa offered lm been J Lane, of Tein. me of the arawrrl of JoOO He had aumed the MIm Mary A. Gooch, of that eiclnlly. Mm for feveral day mytterlouily miing from Journal of Timreday The Kanaa Cily of a fewJis ajo it tweet girl hla accuitomtd haunta. Sim Willlama name of D.c Floyd and waa a'.aying with a Stanford Female College, la visiting MIm relatire. The cap'or dellrered bim to the contain a notice of the marrbge of Mr. oflcra a reward of $500. for hla recovery. A. G, Lickey to Miu Veita Cary, of that Fannie Held. The abtence of Diniel wi pecularly jailer of Mercer, who will keep him con were MIm Mb. asid Mm. V. T. Gketx left thla ficed until the Circuit Court aciuita him, city. Vmom the attendant on the occaiion of the vale on Sat Jennie Lackey, of Kentucky, and Judge morning tu make their future home In at it uaually doee ita mnrdererr. urday. Jim Goode apprared irrayed in G. A. C Rocheater, lite of thla place. -Bell county, where the litter haa a large lfil.r In- the prophtl'a mantle aa auctlcneer, but he Inritatloni to the double wedding of wa painfully conacloua of hla inability to The Harrodeburg Knttrprin aaya that It farm. During the yeir titer remained here, they nude many friinda who regret ! Impoieible to gel a lel'ter from Stanford the daughter! of Mr. II. F. Fellow, of enact the role, and blnhed at hie own undtr two day and that the I.vtemor 'print field. Mo, hare been received. On praire of the itnck be waa idling. to bare them . nerer ruchei tl ere till the day Saturday evening, Not. 17, our populai Mil Saluc Oreex will not go to Joms-AiCRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTT. relaafter It pnbllcatlcn. Of coure it ia all young townemin, Mr. Frank J Curran.will the mounlalai but will remain with I Mr. Albert Steele and Miee"Dsw Drop" tive and friend in this count j fur the pre I the fa n't of the incompetent mall agent, wed Mia Clara L, an Mr. C'Lk.T. Kttt, Powell will be united in wedlock at 4 for who would aerre their country better be- MiaaEmmiF. Fellot.. ent. John Greea will leive c'cloCk this afternoon, by Iter. P. B. Hardin Fort Scotl, Kansas, to go In business for tween two plow hudlea than mixing up DEATHS Mr. Hobbs Is lying very low and not ex mall at $1000 per year. Our paper Ia il- the Meters. Chenault. After a short, illness if fever, Mr. pected to live. Mr. H. E Jonea ia atill in We were not aware until a day or two wiyt printed the night before the Jay of Shank Spxmatnort died nt 8 o'clock yes a very critical condition. Tbe meeting ia Incethat Lincoln bad an applicant fur the laiue ird hit nerer filled yet to be reidy terday morning, iged about SO year. He still in progress and will continue during railroad coBiaIonerblp. The frlenda of for the Cut mall leaving Stanford there waa In businers at Stanford Junction at the the remainder ol tbla week. Three conhim for after. Col. C. II. Rochester ire urging time of bis death, having recently purchaa fessions up to (Monday ) Tbe tbrrt the poaltlon, which he filled 10 acceptably Caitle Tnirr. Last week, Geo. Jonee ed Tommy Bill's store. He was a kind- convert who confessed during the late Blackburn administration, and stole a yoke of oxen from Win. G.Wallace, under the hearted, popular young man and many will meeting at tbe Ubnetian cburcli and were Lope thifbe wlH U appointed. of Pulaikl county and drove them through regret hla untimely death. not then baptized, were buried in baptism Crab Orchard to Lancaster. There he rold LOCAL MATTERS. last Sunday afternoon, by Rev. J. G. Livwhen told be RELIGIOUS. them to Mr. Herndon, but " ingston, at the Spring pond. A few week Bccxx Boom. could cot pay blm till next day, he drove A Presbyteriin meeting haa closed at ago Mrs. Emma Livingston, Mr. Will In the direction of Hubble a lore,where on Bt'Eii Boon ar booming. Shelby ville with 20 additions. Kennedy, Mrs. Will Pillion, Mr. Eliza he wsa overtaken by psrtiea In pursuit and Dr. Pratt, owtoi; to ill health, has re Carson and Mr. Kate Egbert, all member Saw Cotton for sale by T. K. Walton. Btv Cnnt? fired at six time without further effect signed the psstorate of the Second Preeby- - of the Cnrutian church, by their eujrgetic WAXTKbi-IiI- fh Potatoea. Bright A ttan to make him take to hla heels. He terian Church, at Louisville. efforts, succeeded in railing money enough succeeded in reaching the D!x River cliff", Outran. A protracted meeting commence! at to buy a new Communion service fjr tbe and I still at large. The oxen were cap the Methodist Farming Implements nBd'AgricuKnral 9Ia fact, nil Kinds ' I HAVB 200,000 good trick for sale. 'Henchurch last night. Tbe pf-to- r, cburcn. List 1 bursas r tbty received a tured. chliiery. Keep on unuus (be Stock ofsHch goods to be lUv. II. C. Morrison, ia assisted by very handcotae set with "Christian Church, ry Bjugbman, Stanford. A ronnos of lie tetnpourr bridge over Iter. S X. round Iu Central Kentucky, hbiI nt prices that will compare Hall. Crab Orchard, Ky.," tngraved upon ii board, coal vases the 'tolling Fork it New Haven, put up Curat; lit JOY favorably with tlionc eC any dealer anywhere. A meeting has bern in progress at Miss Alice Stuart baa dismissed ber and bed at Bright A Oman's. there after the old one gave away with a Shawnee Bun Church, which lasted 15 xbojl at Gusben on account of so much Ir you Want a auit of clothe or an over- - freight train last sprlnr, waa carried efl by days, an resulted in 31 additions to the sickness in the commuuity and leturnevl the freshet Saturday morning acd trains Church. (.Harrcdsburg Enterprise coat, aall'and ate fcdeatston A Owsley. home. Mr. W. O. Hansford received a bare been rannlng exceailingly irregular The L'arne tent fund previoualy re. Wednesday calling bim to My yoru are withtbe Farmer since, averaging abcut twelve hours late, pcried la S42, to which there haa been n ld- - telegram last Virgin!', immediately. He wa summon" Bantcfor collection wTVuJeen. baa to be made In wagons via A tracafer e J SI each by S M. B, Lancaster; C1I.L, a is pending iu the turnpike bridge, but why It takes so Cincinnati; J. II , Georgetoan. Tbe latter ed to appear in cue that Lakoe and eicellenl lot of'hcavy court. Mr. Sam Holtnan, who fur several long la something nobody but a railroader and clothing ju,t opened it J. W.' by Mrs. M A. Clockner, who had previous haa been at work near Stanford, recan find out. The Company la to blame ly sent $11 60. Dr. W. D. A., Lexington, month Harden'. turned home Friday to remain. Mira Magfor tbla serious inconvenience to the travWeire tBiking a ipecial drtte on shirts eling public and others, Tbey &bad plenty and Ma C J. F , Mldway.SlO;' in all $o(. gie Junes, of Hall Gap, is a guest of Miss The MctboJUt Episcopal Mission at Annie Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Joe with all.linen bosom and caff, at GO .cents of time to put up a bridge that would not New York yeaterday appropriated S15.4S2 each. Don't fall to rce them. Bruce, wrih away. Rut Iter. John It. Jame and wife and raihead companiea care for miaiionary work in Bulgaria aud Tur Warren A Co. Mis Maggie Sounder are vialtingrelalivet how much annoyance they give rery little key, S3J.0O0 for Mexico and $35,048 fur htrr. Miset Mary EJiuIn;on, Xallle N'oiwiTJirraSUiNO the rain, the Rink the iJtojile. for for Collier, Sallie Fisb, Messrs. O'Bryan and Japan. Tbe total was Terr well etteodtd Friday night and A 'Gkeuville, Ttx, paper contains eign missious is $370 893. The spprvpria Tom Firh have returned from Louisville uaual bad Iota of fun. Open the following in regard to a former citizen the bora tiens for domestic mlaaiona are: Arizona, Mr. Sam Warnacut, of Paint Lick, was night. nest Friday ol this section! "Mr. The. E. Kirtley, for $8,000; Black Hill-- , $3,000, and Dakota in town Saturday. He visits Crib Orchard r for Mresri. Long $12,625. Mr expense are o amall aa to enable several jears rery often; there is a greit attraction beie cloter than any one cite. & Wain it their large planing and gin mills uie to nil good for him. Mis Mattie Edinineton from LANO.ST0CK ANU CROP. know your own Interett you'll buy in this city, met with an accident which If you Missouri, Is visiting relatives here. B. F. Havden botvglt of Evan Carson, mulled in the loss of hi left hand. In an of me. T. It Walton. unguarded moment hi hand was caught 8 early calves at $O0 62. Loyell'i Library at McBolert A by the gin saw and all his finger except SETT ADVKUTiSEBtST!.. John M. Hail sold to George McCor-mar- k Btagg'e. Nicer than Seaside large, bold one were torn (IT. The hand nae left In 12 caitle at $28. type and containing all the ttandard and such a condition that amputation At Kansaa Cily 31 leid-c- f Hereford viu " popular norela of the day. fonnd necessary and In a few hour after Cows aold on an average of $C08. New Pkuxw, Fig, Currant, Raitim, the accident occurred the operation waa Mrs. L. It Joae lold lo J. A. Harria Cracked Wheat, Bucxwheatj performed, ind he iinow dcingremirkibly A Son, 7 bead, 1,300 lb. cattle, at 5 cents. Suburban Property Hour, rioriua Urange, Malaga Urac, well. Mr. Kirtley is sn excellent citizen I have 23 thoroughbred calves, heifers Valuable in Stanford. Ac, Just received at Uiljhlrt Cur.-an'and we sympathize deeply with his rul, for and bulls, for sale. S, II. Baughman, Stanas one ran Illy afford to lose so valu ford. Cashed Gooim We htve them, over tune, Court W. O. Twenty-ninable a member." head of 1,000 pjund cat- Lincoln Circuit Illllej'i Dn, A:, Batter's Eior.. la Lqultr. alx hundred caees, bought before the rise, Ac.tiW O tle at 3 cents, sold last week In Bowling Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit t'ur.uiottoa Its Heso. About ten dsy ago Jamea Trox Green. Including everything in the vegetable, fruit Court, reudtrol at Urtotxr term, IbiJ, In tbe -and fish line. We will guarantee to dis- till, an escaped convict went to the houie A. T. Nunnelley shipped to Cincinna a bote itjleJ action, I will on & Cur of Mrs. Coomer. In Pulaski, and with ti Saturday, by the K.C., a count my prieea given you. Bright of 320- - MONDAY, DECTMHKH XX, 'S3, Ihrra's of instant death, if she made any pound hot, for which he paid 4c. nn. JlPrccUlCornmlMlonerof aitil Court and as Ex Henry F. Xtwland bought of B. F center ot Ins last will ol W tl. mil7,dwl.,oilr We admit our expenses are double mest outcry, succeeded In violating her person the crimelecime known, a nutu Harden, Ida farm of 75 acres, a part of the t ttiMtc sale to lue hlihe.t IMdcr ImIvts lb houres In town, but when you consider we Asassosn s Joorln Stinlord, Kf , tin tract of n ascedeut Iti!c4 si Ite time land Dix Uiver, for ot bisupon whlca iaiu tn m ftortn-tresell three time as much as any one house, ber of the relative of the lady and others W. T. Green farm,-odeath, situated limits ot (ha town of Htanfjrd Th snlJ tract contains per acre you can readily aee why we are enabled to stuted In pursuit of the scoundrel and after 52.625-S33.- C0 13 Arrc, 3 KuoiIm iiutl 7 Pule, all of -- F. P. James fold to D. C. Terhune, 20 wnlcnii wiinia lets man give you closer figures than any one. ininy hardship caught him in Metcalfe n or me mil the nearest point, (a doe ilttfora county. He was brought back to Burnsldr, extra mule colts, to be fed until March lit, Bright A Curran. man ;u Tama, it lew when a mob took him In charge'on Irlday at $10260 per head. Jamea Arnold, of dwelling noue) wiinin d loto town Ion. for u h eonveulenllT dltlii-The wreck at Given' delayed the north night and swung blm to the Cumberland a I risk demini In th town of wtiU h there Boyle, bought of Stephen Lutas, the fine Stautord. Th land lsesrrl'tntlr finccdand Dne- bound express here from 33 a. m. to 3 r. Hirer Bridge, where he remained till 12 wattrel from a osier fillln siirlnes and a noud young Jack, Jumbo 2o. 2, for $550 caah well, bJl upon It a comfortable frame dwalllng of M. yeilerday, and the mall for two hours, o'clock Saturday. The dlspitchiaya he was nam, iituatcu upvn mt nifuctl 7 roomi) Uarrodsburg Enterprise. C3naciuently we had no mall from Louis- hung with a euiincncs t ounioiUi cotton rope, the sold to O. H. and moai a nnsTlew or tn around anJ sur-S- quire Wm. Willi ha town commanding and It was not ripecUd till knot In which caught under his chin in ville yeaterday Time old cattle at rounding cuuntrr for seerral miles dlttsut. stable. Cbenanlt, twenty-fivrwalioaaood corn crib, a fair barn and 1 this morulng, all of which accounts for such a way that suffocation could not take Scents. Col. John A. Duncan sold a carriage bous and other outhouses, an orchard of hs the absence of our usual letters. 01 mo Terr 11 place; so there he hung until terror, pain Jack for California for $1,200, Tevla ASim to irete sna an vxceuent garuen tiueit quality of blu grin soil snd but a In and exhaustion did the work. It waa mons bare shipped during the preient frontsge upon tb Lancatier l'U and a gool out- IIockeb, who has been txhibilirg J. to ins I'anTuio pixe. . It. terrible: death, but one richly deserved seseon thirty car of hogs, and will ship a tItwlllbaofferedurttla S parcel, aa follsws: iir II me 1 macninery ai .L.. .ivjiiii.ii, .nl.l " i cicnara aud has been concerned In several situ number more. The car hare avenged Th Ant cittbraclnz all tbe bu Idloga,ontlog there lVerless Traction Engine that he hid on th rden, cutitaintngn hogs each, or l.SOO hogs The Ltntaitir rlae. toTrivlor Broa A Flnnell for S1.B50. He liar Crimea In the past He was sent to sixty weight ha Wen 2ti0 to date. hog fmntlni upon lb 'IhstdcontslnlugS haeln acrw. unou lbs, per Laocaiter Hike acd avenge also sold the Wood Twins Binder that he the Pesltentlary for two year In 1677 for Tbe price is $1 per hundred, or nearly It a Ass building site. Tfc Sd iwotaliltg 10 pike with your-owacres, wtlu good outlet lo th Uantlll to W. M. A X. P. an attempt to ravish the person of Mrs. $20,000 fur the lot- .- Ilichtnond lUglster. hid on exhlblllon, Ons building slln. It will then be ottered ss UMliaoa-e- y w holey snd ths bid wbltb realists th Lickey, of thla county. Mr. Hocker la tie Mitthew Iliy, of Wayne county, He ser " will Usicepted. LINCOLN COUNTT. HUSTONVILLE. ved out hi time, and was scarcely free bosa of the bualnea. Th sal will b mad upon a credit oft snd 11 months. In ruual lutlallmsuts, Lesrlog luttr- before he was rent up igaln for sevetal Hanging Fore. All quiet on tbe ett Itout data ol sals, fur which bonds with We answer a dozen correspondents when yesra for stealing a horse from ht father. Tbe price of com in thi locality has good security, having th fore an 1 slfcct of Judgwe say that we have nothing to do with the While hi sentence atill lacked nine month ments, will be. rtjulrd, with a Hen retained upon not yet settled down, but I nominally Iiud, rosxulou of th procrty will b gleeuu uleof either "God' LoreStorv"tr the of being out he escaped from a railroad soon t sat isiai lory uonua sr excuteu, suvjeci, In the field. tn t Via al Inn ttt th Pnn rt usuin lha "" fat lii. wm tvva "Life of Barnee." Add.ess all commuolca- - contractor who hid him and a number, of $200erlbl. 4.I-- . A ... -i Further lukruutioo uiy t bvl br corretpon l Clav Powell' health Is (till reported a 1,. a I 'I I . tlona In regard to the former to Her. Geo. other convict Ing with or lalefvl.lDf lb. uedml(M4: Commlf-V NMM M V work. X it ,tqie ,, A young girl neir precarious. M. 8. 1'eTlon I malting alow .lunr gusa.eoeioy couniy( iio'u iv. Sehermerhorn .treet ,,., ll0nw , Greenwood, '2W arrllll lrtUeJ progreu, if any, toward recovery. II KUef on In prcwittw at Irou l'rsusis i Miller, Ileal Cttal AgtnU.riiaufarJ, Ky., who will show Brooklyn, JJ. Y., and the Inter to W. T, for his arrest on a charge of rape, but fur . Held, lb prcmUea aod a plalofsams. Erneat Woods, trustee of J. I5ulldlig, Lou lonio cause. It, waa net sirred., VrIcf. Him JI.IHHISOX U.IILEY, only twenty-twhas told the (Jrocery stock and fixture to jear of ate. fc'iicUt Couuliiloneri IJMJ i,TIlle, Ky! Slue Buell Saats miJJL Slioes a THE BEST IN AMERICA!" e, Bruce, 'Warren Co. GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanford, Kentucky, le. Hay, Grain, Seeds, Wool, Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons. Farm Wag. ons, Harrows, SiilkyPlows,'tCultivators, Grain Drills, Corn Drills, Corn Planters. Reapers, Mowers, Threshing Machines, of ... ii Mills Engines, Feed Cutters, Powers, Mills, Horse la ef, ovel-coa- ta GROCERIES! PROVISIONS, s, book-keepe- Hardware, Queens ware, Glassware, Tinware, &c., Commissioner's Sale Oat-mea- l, s. AT LOWEST PRICES j9l.T- car-loa- d m Court-lioos- one-n- T. Cvurt-lious- c, 1 I . WALTON'S. three-eigh- e My stock of the above goods is -- 0 u'vi - m ' A L .it ...,III now very comprehensive and my prices for them EXCEEDINGLY Low. You are standing in light if you do not buy of me. I mean every word of this, as you ln ni Uillllllii tllj LlltJ ij y- n i.Xl! USLOIIlltKf CWisml lie-wa- s J e store. Country lodiice Avantefl. j'i Lh-5fini-lttIi(nnttrior journal Kj, A An Episode In thi Lift of tanner Tolhecltr Firmer Chilly, ruin, but gritty, Caws out day. And he wandered, And he pondtrrd, Oa his way. Tbnt white Rating Chittf, Stanford, November 13, 1883 Splinter. ' Block Walnut. Dltck walnut can be grown rem the nut producing bull fourteen Inches in illame-- 1 terjn as mtny years from the serd at fsr CHCRCH RIRKCTORT. Wooden ffl Chronic Lassitude. There are certain characteristic concert-e- d taklbeols( with a lazy man which are admirable. They excite In the twanging, jingling aud Chicago n Ithuut cliauge. breast of the nervously fidgety a feeling TIME TABLE. which borders oa respect and is akin to eTAtlUNS. Kelly, Dally. "double geared, fidgety man Your awe. Let. LeaisTllle Illpu! 3 01 will spin all day like a top and tun down Air (ireencasila. i ui a m pin " Crawferdsttli.. 7 OJ am 01 pia in the cool of the evening on the identical " Ulijette .. . ... u I II s sal Itpm breakfast. " Cblratw T pot on which he started offafltr a IDpn The man suffering from chronic lassitude Tk most direct route, with only on thanieof cars, lo all, taints In Wisconsin, Mlooewn, Iowa will keep itill, keep cool, keep in theshade, Nebraska, Ac Tor lurlber luforastlon. addrma Jtlr-UAKCLLEKO. 1'. A.. put in a full day' work resting himself aud 155- Lout, till., Ky arrive on time at aundown, cool, calm and 13 RECOMMENDED SY rHTilCIAiri without having once aweat under collected, I ;j Catnrrh of tho Nasal the collar or laid a hair. ana ewstm.1 - TTail',1 tOte1i v u d . TfaVtB VIAl I v t. i tu itaiss VH"is aa Ulcarntleel Catarrh of th tar, C or il lazy man seem to eat, fe The Throat. It la taken INTCHN ALLY, nnd It Ls, mide & f0 we ,Q pets uiniuiLi upon ina aiooa nna drink and sleep with as much gusto and Mm Iete cure lml U worlh $50 a bottle to Mucous Surfaces of in Bjfatom. It Ix the host Blood Purifier in the tang fro'ul as his fidgety brother with the any one that ha the catarrh." WORLD, nnd la worth ALL that I I.V.SUU.IXCE! charged ror It, tor high presiure anatomy and patent double alone, xxm ' The story is going the rounds that Henry apparacylinder, fur, perfecting, hygienic Seven First-Gla- ss Companies, on? cure foIwIcatares tus, who gets hot in the box and wears and Smith, of Danbury, 2 C.swore frantically i jiAKiarr4j THEORKAT Vtrm life' away like a piece at the Almighty because of the failure of grinds and cuts And waofTarOna Hundrad Dollar tor any ! his tobacco crop, anJ hi tongue was paralbusiCnao of Cntarfh It fill not Cure. of misfit mach'imfy. The fact of the a btanforJ. J.JI.VJIILirs.Aut., WILL. CUKE AM CASE. ness is, the 'man of bustle weats his life yzed for hi blasphemy. Odce cf A. T Btkvaev & Ca'l Josh Billings on Courting. the want of the oil of red. The awy for Cnrcaoo, 111 . Junn 4, IsSX, It Herer Fails. Courting it a luxury, it it salad, it iz ie lazy Zfeeer. F. J. Oenriit Oft. ToltJo, U ruin just soaks along like a handful of People are ttartled by its wonderful Utnllimrn. I Ut tdesiura In ttf'iraln you water, it iz a beveridge, it iz a pli spell of cotton! waste lUt I car useil llalVa CaUrrb Itra. It has in the oil cup of a box car cures. The fact that Dr. Whitesel's Gercured me I was very bad act- don't healuta lo I the aoul. The man who haz never courted' axle. !. I. , ..I, will .lm.Anr.a.a.r.- f a..l .a. M t !,lU I man Cough Srup for Couthe, ConsumpM..w.c ..J apt- ... Voura truly. proporly, hazlivciin valo; he haz bin a blind man tion and Lung diseases it daily curing IX WcaTntarcaa. J. Rafter. for Uncle. Sam's. Currency, among landscape and.waterskar e- ,he hi, ' TTOrtTII !u A IIOTTLE. , The paper on which the United States thousands of this terrible disease has causK. Mrjutar. Jackaco, Jllrh., write liar bad , bin a dell man jn tue land or band organ, Catarrh for 3) yean. 1 ill. Catarrh Cure cured ' currency Is printed is manufactured at ed all who have tested its merits to proand by the ride ov murmuring canals i ma Ootxliierlt worth t I'lOO a Urn!- -. remedy. Speedy nounce it a ITfSoId by all Dmcr'ata at !J ct y--r bnttls. Courting iz like 2 little springs ov salt Daltcn, Mass., and the Boston Herald in a Manufactured arut aol.A.r J CUtKLV CO. in affording relief, effectual in arresting Wlinotit Change and wim Speed Uorlvaled EU ITDirtotora, TOLEDO, OUIO, water that steal out from under a rock at recent issue, gives the following particulars:, further progress of disease. Try it and be SHORTEST ANO QUICKEST ROUTE For aal to Slanfwd by fenny A McAlister. thefutov a mountain, an rundown the hill Eighteen or twenty of the treasury girl-- convinced. For tale by McKoberts & raou LOVUTILLI TO Tilt aide by aide, tinging and dancing and spat- who earn $3 a dsy, count the sheets, exStagg, Druggists. John D Park A Sons tering each uther, edding and frothing and amining each one closely, and rejecting all Rlclr. Ttradaeh and rdlcra til th tronblnt Incl- Agents. or in erstcrn, each at oral to a nuioa kaiktding, now hiding under bank, now Imperfect ones. An automatic register at Naa.ui, Dnncalnrea, Dltr after catiar, the end of the machine register evety full ov sun, and now full ov shadder, till ralatattioSld.Ac. Wbll their most rcraar. PUUMANCARSniV thief it FBUFESSIOXAL ahle electee his been shown la caring biraeby tha jine and then tha go alow. I sheet as it is cut ofl and laid down. The Lllti. llock, Uaigsaery, Allaala, ffaact tah JaeiaAaallt. ll.t.11. MllwlV W na wwsanuuiif, IVVIir, VClwDI i. vr. mown. anrln favor ov long courting, it gives the register man takes them away in even hun- ux at. aCKDirr. BUHDETT & XJBOWir, parties a chance to find out each other') dreds, and they are immediately counted in R0UTET0FL0RIDA la Ttlace Care Wltboat Cbaag. trump Lards, it iz good exercise, and iz jlst the drying room. In all the varioui proATTOKNEY8 A.T U.VW Talaabl In iTeadache,yrtCarter'sUttleIJTcrrUlsare3any LousllpuUon, carlo; and vrrreolinl cesses of finishing every sheet is counted, MT. TEENOK, KV. az innenent as 2 merino lambs. Courting this annoytsff complaint, rU thrr SHORT LIHE TO THE EAST correct all th llrer frose Loolsslllela PataceCarawltbnlcbasg. of iz like strawberries and cream, wants to be and they are again counted on their receipt t. w. vishos. wallack a. Taanoa. aiddlsordcra tho th tiogaach, ttlmnlat only cured rx jute bowds, na It they T. W. ot "W.E. VABKOK. did alow, then you get the flivor. I have at theTreasury Department in Washington. homeTontTe FORMERLY ST. ASAPH, FMlnRANTC Hn ol tins road will A.T XnVW, LlTlllinflll IO aaw folks git acquainted, 'fall in luv, git The great protection of the government recelre apeclal low ratei. STANFORD, KV. against counterfeiting lies in the peper Offlc See At.ais ol Ibis Company for tatee, married, fettle down, and git tew wurk in la Owaley A Son'a new bulidlcj up stain. - -oi Acorwrlt.' r. p aeuiioC n r. Ok Itrentes i H. :,: U. Ach they would be almost pricelce to thoas who three weeic from date Tnisiz Jist the w.--. here made. The distinctive feature is the "' y M. PEYTON, off, r from thl dlatrwilnir complaint ; bnl Loullll. Kr. I Introduction of colored silk threads into sum folks larn a trade, and akouota f r XULW, and those Hating bad this Hotel A.TTOHIV33V their Roodne doe not end btanfoud, kv. who one try them will find the llttl pills sraln- the great numbjr ov mighty mean uiachkn-ic- s the bly of the paper while1 it is in the Will cractlc in th Cuurls of Lincoln and ad- thry w III not willing process of intnufscture. They are intro Joining counties and Ihe Superior Court and Court able In o many way that slier ail aK be utawe liar, and the p"bor lull tha turn oat todunULouttacm. Mil eueuuem gnea to couociioaa. From basement to garret, duced while the piper is In the pulp, and oiappeaia. especial strait. 112 Perhaps it Is best i shud state some go'od Offlc. on Lancaster iit rn- Intend to Keep II Iu n .Strictly advica to young who nre about tew court are carried along with it to the end of Ihe ALEX. AKDEHSON. -T- UEMOSTDESIlaBLKPJUTE TO , machine, where it is delivered as actuil JlHtiiier, x..v-vwith a Coal view tt matrimony, all It war A,TXOIlla3V A.T I tht lano cf so many lire that her It where we And leaie nothing nndoo that will add to tb Tbts has been more fatal than any DANVILLE, KY., In the first place, young man, you wauttu piper. snake our treat boast. Our plU cut It whilo Will practlc In th Courts of Borle acd OF MY GUESTS. And dKldedly tbs Popular Koul, aSardl, as It get youre system all rite, and then find x thing else to the pro'esaionsl counterfeiters. countlea and In th Court cf Appeals. ad'olnlni other do not. Llecr rul are Tory email an . COMFORT Carter's Llttl do, lees chanfea and auperlor accommodstlons to rerycaaytotaVn, One or two pill make dose. young womai who Iz willing tew be courtuoea your jn the 1'arlor. o ntaiT They era strictly anu do not frriM or - brtt !r crntle action i low all who ,n ed on the square The ce:t iz lew Cud cut tlilcrsty about me?'' asked a young man Miiionri. Iowa, Kansas, Tezai, ,'U, A.t JL.av. Sold celhem. laMslsatyJcents: Ut for Ars oflred how old she iz, which you do hi askinz of the small brother of the maiden he Ana Matter Coninilss'oner Kockcaitl Crcutt Court by lUuslata c. uy wLcrc, or scat ly MT VEKJiUN, KV Th. North, Northwest and West. In fad, If yen tout uidat a trip In any direction, your interest Will practlc In tb Itockcaatl. Courts. CollecSPEOIAI. INDUCEMENTS her, and the will ray that "lie iz 19 year thought he loved best tions a specialty. Office la M CAItTEIl 31EUICIXE CO., ew Tork. To patronise me, aa I ha to erery coatenlence.soch wilt b and eererd by purchasing your tlckete ela old, and this yu will find went be far from lot-!- " a.. C. Clndnnail. Pulloiao Palace Care: "Ob, rectentloutly exclaimed the a NICC SAMPLE UOOU4, Ac., fur their use. New Day Coaches, end hindeouialy fjralia-e- l IiEE v. nurrMAir, The next brst thing iz to precocious bor. . out of the m. ,i . CS JL3 O N 1 ItecllnlLi Chair Cart tons th usequalad trl TJ TAKE THE- bTANFOltl), KV. begin moderate, at owe every nite in the lUllabl, thereby making Baggage Transferred to and from a trip orer thte tbts Old ol "Well.ftell me,"aiddhe youth in a coaxi Offlc South aid Main line on luxurious comfort aal Btrnt, two doors abort week for the first elx months, increasing the ing voice. the Depot free of charge. pleaaur. Try It. th Myert Hot.!. ' Pur Nitrous Olid Oas administered when re& MISSISSIPPI 0. W. 01rmacalL TIMETABLE. IN EFFECT OCTOBEK TS. 1IU W.N, 1'KANCI.H. dose as the pitlent seems lew require it. "She a ty you've git lots of money." quired. It is a fust rate wa tew court the ijlrl's "Well.Tehat el?1' liOUTU. No. J. I No. i. No. 11 roa tiii DB. W. D, PENNY, mother a leetle on the start, for there it one I don't like to tell " a OJ am I CO p tu Le. Coelngton. JJoiltlrtt, thing a woman rever depies, and Ihst is ' t'atuoutb 4M "Ob, come; tell me and I will give you 8TASFOIID, KESTCCKV. CHESAPEAKE UNO " Cjnthlana... ID S5a u t at b m pu 4i u a leetle good courting, if it iz done strickly tome cindy." Offlc nrer Robt 8. Lytlt'e ator. Oflc. hour Arr. Parle. II 11 a ni o .u p in from S to 12 A ana i to s r- - K. Anestn.iice aa on the rquare. After the fust year yu will raou Lee. Paris..... 11 20 a m "Well, the say that if she ever married mlnUUred waen neceuare 20 p tu Arr. Leilptton.- - illUp n 7 10 p m begin to like the bizzlcess. There is one you she'd loan you to Farmer Cornstalk for Lie. Parla. ! its p ni thing! alwu advise, and thatiz not to a scarecrow.,' Mllleraburg. . eu p in rot " Carlisle awop fotograff oftener than onsa iu 10 TtO on-LOUISVILLE to "I that all?" he sarcastically inquired. 3T-r.'wv.-,",I ao p ui CINCINNATI, tb East Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Arr. Majsriil. daze, unlcsa you forget how the gal looks. "Ob, nol She tald if it wasn't for your 11 23 a ui and th North, free 1'arlor Car to Cincinnati Lr. P.rle. M paii, " Wlncheiler 12 it p u Wdbi and 1'alac faleeplnz Car to Cincinnati. Wtialof-ton- , "No I am not honest," says Scribbles; eirs the top part of yout head would be an Th oaly line running " Illchniond Baltimore, fbllaJelpataand New Vork.wltU-ou- t I II p ui 10 p ui 12 Upu " Lancaster a si p iu change. i v p iu "but I am dishonest from the beet of mo- island, and that if your nose trs a little 00 jira from LOUISVILLE u PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS Arr otanlord June stepa BT.IX)U1S and tceWeet, tives. Suppose a man pays me forty dollar longer you could etir your coffee with It, Nokiu. No. I. No. I. No. If. I Northwest and Boulbweit. with Talic Meeplng and If- -" instead of thirty, and It's n mistake he Cars on uigUI train, LouIstIII tobl. Louts. Lre. MaA turd June II CO a in 1 Upu But the young man had closed the front 11 24 a iu 2 10 pu " Lancaster .... might never discover. If I give him back " ltlchund . a IK) a u 12 41 p ru 6 Wpsu t0 door after him and was acootlog down the " Winchester. 7 It. a m x :o p in the ten dollars, he will aay to himself, ttreet on a dog trot. Arr. Paris. 1 11 a tu S 10 put There, U an honest person. The world Is 2rsT'worawv.-- 3 fro'" LOUIHVII.LK to Olll8TlIIC,CillClllllHllllaltiLX Lie. Marseille ,. . oo a i diuI. INDtANAl'OLIS.CIII. not so bid, after all.' This will give him There are In Ireland about ninety-thre" Carlisle...... 7 10 a lull: 04 pull..... tu, 2 niKiou, jiy., CAGOand th North, with Day Coat bee and " Mlllersburg. 7 60 t tu. 2 29 Cars through without change. Chair confidence in mankind, and the next man thousand houses with only one rcom In Arr. Parla I llsuil IM p m. he deals with may cheat him out of hi each, and that of the rudest and poorest LOOK AT TIIIH J I ,'') s ui 2 IS p ml . Le. Letlngton "WASHINGTON TbtS-Up- . " Parts . ninety-thre- e u. Etprtu (dally) from Louisrlll eyes. No, air, I don't want to give any man kind. 01 these l 10 p ui thousand has Palace sleeping Cart from Loulirlli to New Connecting la esm depot with fut Iralna lor " Psrla llsmfllOpml... confidence; it might wreck his whole forbutt, most have floors of rough, York without change, arrlelng at Wublngton a " Cynthlana.... J Ma ru 144 p tu .... p. tu, next day II 111 nil IU n r,.l s Falmouth cheat- damp etrth and roof of rotten thatch. tune. I don't want my SO a Arr. coeington. aWaaaaiHBaVle must continue to do nothing that Their wall are without plaster, and a hole ed, and I , Honn Ahead of All Competitor.. . fdl II ... .iu ail) p ai, v oo ." I Ma . I ; ui i .' i .ii "." "sysein In the gable serve them for a chimney. will put them off their guard." Euiljtranle and fia tbeO.A M. K'y The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan fcfc y , bar Through Day Coacbe on all Iralna. liar Into tome of these cabins will be crowded No" :j Lr! M.-HI 12 4. J PS ville, Norfolk-One day last week, four men went from no tuldnlgat changes. Arrlt at bt. Louie 2 hours a goat, a donkey, a pig, and several fowls, In adeem ol other lines, thereby securing more Somerset to Frankfort to carry three pristluifor uiakln2 chanir. ol can and eattlou flnt along with the occupant and his family. ,nd 4 dalirwieVn itfchuiond. choic of aeate In care of connecting lines, oners to the penlteullary. Those guards Ail Virginia and North Carolina No.. 1 Coelngtonj sll others daily jcnt Uingu" and Hunday. InaJrancof other line to Indianapolis and jfoints. IneloujJ For IS yean past, a citizen of Hickman are paid by the State. The three pilsonere Chicago and th only llu giving lie palrvnt a to 10-pus titMoia ti i For ticket and further Information, annlr to along th ehor.e of Lak,Mlcblgan. rid other prisoners, has made the habit of paying the postage were put In with For tickets, ratee and Information pertalnlnzto 'tiueuiii For tickets, rites, time, uiapa, Ac. apply to your nearest ticket office, or address put ssiqaon Xiapin 'tutiuuinam .,'iir tlni1toanctlout,Ac..callouorddret and one guard took the whole fifty out to on all letters deposited In Ibe Hickman post Ticket Ageuta ol counecllog line or address III1P 'tltdedsXp 'U01J)SU0J 'tuinduioj W, 111 UcUOBEItTS. Aosar, U. b. 1IKOWN. Southern 1'asaeuger Agt., JAMENC.EKNNT. tiouiiamnj the Kentucky Union railroad work. This office without stamps. He thinks three lean JOJ Xpauiu uiidns Uenl. Weaurn Agent, 8. E,Cor. Fourth A Main sts.,Louliilll. S BtanforJ, Xy, ui)pauaq t3qav '3pouistds-u- u mi 310 W. Mala NtLouuTll!,sYr. one guard was paid by 0. R. Mason & Co. cent not much low to himself, and the O. W. BENDER, W. W. PEABODY, c. L. BROWN, W. B. 8IIATTUC, tfltu it tsuvit uisisXs eqi 13JJ0J.I sil Bup.rlnt.adent. Ocu'lPaasenger Alt O.n'U'aalA F?tVAk Utu'l Manas.r. I'll totiuois s.muisojj tllM. tuit tutu , entirely upon wboM receipt of the delayed letter might bring It defends you W. I'DLLEB. H. O. W. NM1TH, ilul tuaisXs Coelntton, Ky. Swat tq uiOJJ peeij q ClnclaaaU. uu- i'taiT Atrl, ataoM.r, sqr sTJluuiii snoinq J Hi put' GEO. II. MeKlNNEV.Trtr.'pau. A Fit. great pleasure to the absent ones. R'c 'jmond Herald. ox I goreJ. Courier. Alt. J. D. HILL, Passenger Ageut, Ltbiatn.Ky, bUchumd, YlrgUila. UtIA iequ pus tuo(iiea neisut uSuaiu. Ky. sixty-seve- "Where' your torthpiCetr" Tbit yiestlori was rather uruflly attd yesterday afternoon in a somewhat ten; gentleman who, after hi restaurant-- ! was rum. had unlabcil hit mlddsj maglng around in teatc'i of the and iiulmsally usJ woiden spltrt" ter, The answer told inqulr was aomethtnj iittunlsiitng and wa in substance UVe thitt "Well, the fact Is, tlr, it h almost Impossi. lie for us to keep a tuppl of these articles on hand. hmay ewiu string to you, hut, If you only htliere it, there are no lew ttau 6,000 peaple dine her dally, bat theeo-pi- e who do come here actually ateal the toothpiclci. Yes, tlr; carry them iff by wholesale. Other hotels experience the lime trouble? Yet; it is a universal cus tom for people to carry off toothpicks, anJ, although it U a very small matter, still I renture to fay that there is not a hotel man In l Im citr but notices the rapidity with which hii stock of toothpick dlsipptara." With these remarks in his mind, the le porter taught a wholesale druggist and to him put the question: ''lion many tooth picks are used in Boston every jen?" After reflection for a few moments, the druggist replied! "Well, at a rough I should aiy at leatt a billion." "To what use are they put?" "Well, tome people pick their teeth with them, otherschew them, many dineeff them, ptnsire geople bare a habit of whittling them away just for pastime, while others an! by others I mean the majority carry whole pocketfuls about with them. These toothpick fitnds you may observe at all time: They pick their teeth at the table, in the parlor and on the alreet, in the horse car, in the hotel office, on the every where you tat et them, the mania is pievalent and is increasing rapidly. There are, however, a great many different kinds of toothpick, and the fashion depends altogether on the location Oil West they use very fsmllliarly the ; in Chicago it is bowie'knife and not considered bid taste to nip the sulphur from the ordinary match, whl'e in and Connecticut the woodtn sp'in-te- r U uftd almost exclusively." "How about the goose quill toothpick?" "The gooso quill toothpick hat gone out of fashion, th diys of the jetrs of its pilgrimage are ended, and the curbstone merchants who used to eell them have retired millionoIres."-Bjstbn Globe. Ataiastlcg Sights and prilling All htuw; Its was taken ehtken Hand By mistaken I llr. ehaw. rjit, in much-Boug- v ', r . ,Wlftl right It, And rrqalt Ulm , It, ' Intltel To a trail: Anil the farmer i Tothalo'mer Urw a warmer Filial th whit. Soon, elated, , And loaned, Chittf watted , ' For the deal, Whin tome ten Showed their facet Two hard eaeee Mad htm squeal. la the city Stood th gritty Ftrniir Chttty , Cunlog all. Not a penny 01 th nuny lied he asy Mora to call. Home returning eati-mit- e, Through tie burning Sand, and learning Uow to tramp. Spouse ehe took hlni, And eh shook bliu Ortt forsook hint Aol eh wouldn't belief a blamed word he Sittings. In txplauatlon.-Tx- as - V utd table-fork- north as Massachusetts. Xo tree valuable OF ALL for It limber In cabinet uses, unlsselhe, I considered, can attain lo black birch l that useful Rrowth In that period of time in our northern climate, Miplee require i twenty yeiM before they become good limFOB MA1TAND BBAST. ber Ireeej beeches and btrclci, fifteen year Forworn tlmn n Ihtnlof a century l' to attain to a diameter large enough to !SileaiiMiitint;I.lntmiitliiuioen millions nil yield nine Inch bjanlt; hlckoir thould ( known to sato rellAnoAover tlio world te tlto only for Sim miief nf and cherry accident mid pnln. It Is n medtatnr have rt growth of thlttf tears; nlMVa jirtco mm pmlo Hi iMet or tta allerala much. hind. 1'or i very foiui ci external pain The cultivation of Ihe black walnut might be made a tource of profit, if only as I an auxiliary lo the ordinary farm product. particularly care, tuaVoi n It riquires rid Mnstan Mnlmcnt U wlttiont nn ennnt. 11 liaieSrffl rt ti miiB iiiui.lii in elegint tree even in youth and later offers t.i terjr bone maklna; tha oonOnu-aoeof pain nnd lnnAtnmallon linixw an agreeable shade. The Snfin JfacAiM Iblr. Itflrirccisuponllumsn Flesh nnd Journal tsys: thnlinitat rrMInu nro equally wonUc rul. TUo Hexlcan "One hundred acres of land seeded to walnut trees, if they even rcsch maturity in fifteen years, would be more remunera tive than many of the crop produced by Mnlmcnt la by aomrbody fif!n Yir nf Incesrant toll. Ilesldst. every lionte. neededday brines nuwa In l.vcrjr of tlsr atrour of mi ntrriil at lil or tiiirn would these tree mi(lit b planted and siibdnrd, of rlieumatl tnartjrr or n, vatnahU huraa or px thrive on spot which are really valueles eared by tho healing power Of this for agricultural purpose, and while in the course cf growth would serve aa valuable aid to agriculture as wlcd breaks and in I other resptcls " which pccdllr enre well nUmentS ot tlio 111 MAN IUMIis A tnllktr should learn How to Milk Ithaniiiatlam, sxrclllnt;. Stiff joints, eoiitraeiril .Huitlit, llurai to milk quickly. Slow milking will ruin .nu tnii, utuisoa ami Mprnlm. Polionani lllira nnn any cow, and there is no doubt that many Mint;", Mimirei, old by bid milk cows are mide unprofitable Store, rletr,l'rflt tilllilaliie. Nora Klpplea, Cat. !. and ing. As soon as 'he (law of milk begins It ry form of external tile- Indeed should be drawn as rapidly as possible. It eat. the liealiirllhontacar. t or Urate cbjution It cares a Stripping with tLe finger and thumb is (iPri.,.; njr, ottrr joiuti, . a I f t IlHor, Hoof 34?ati.nau practice and mourn lot ..V uniearntu bi . nPAiisi.l rooeitoi Senw orm.tVlud-Kali- s, m once, anu ine wuoie uinu uku iu Inlloir Horn, Ntralclira, , ltliicjlau, Spavin, Tliru-hith. By persevering one will soon be Old Hor. l'lln. mion the Maht and ever) olhrr alliuenl able to milk very short teits if Ihe band is In which Ilia orcupanla nf eh SJtatil and IStiHU larit ara llabla moderately tmall. The best milkers have This Mailcnn Mutlanic Liniment small hands; strength of writt will come in always currs and iiur-t- r UtaaiiixiluU andltls.roalUvcly, time. sacks of peach pits ship The ped to San Francisco by th Ancoo, came OF ALL from the Riverside cannery and were con-signed to a candy factory to b converted into almond candy. Peach pits contains so many poisonous acids that it is probable the candy factory is run by a ryndicite of 703 UM1 03 BEAST, undertakers. Street Talk. "How much better you look, Mrs. S.I" "Ye, I have gained 32 THE BEST B LINIMENTS KOUril -- RlV. II. C MArrleon. eeery BuoJej ruorn.oe end ihIM Vrayer tlrtlng every Thurvlty night. (Sunday School attoj a H Rev II C Morrtton, 8uptrlnta.lent A1TI8T Ittv. J. M BacrsT, Tailor Cereleei oa Kecond and Fourth Bundife, morning aui otght, rrarer Meeting ere, Wednesday afternoon, ftunday g hool at .10 a. M, It, E, Barrow JupeflntenJftit. tVonblp by la t CHRISTIAN day, Frracblngby congregation Coi t'r i. W. on Second and Koutlh lord's Hare. rit lay School at U. Joe. Hsterante, HurlntenJeat. I. 0 McF.I- TREanYTCHIAN, MIl'TII.-It- ef. (Sunday School att eg. John W a. roy, raitor ut, superintendent. Onion Frayer Meeting en Wdneeday nlghte put Thi t Out I TUtnrn M wtth TfV f' I miTfTi v rrm'u mn ti MKTIIODIST, hi la tnh flNl W V,HI.'Vruinl7 si.SI.toi k. lltkf 'riniiKeiM tta. JiewMULX. 1 ana',1. ' - iitlht M mihtaenanf m Inrii lSh iiiisr l i Mn, "rk ii i UXLLMLat ,r-- ' ''' " ameaj;riiraiiii.iai n;nn, a t all ooeiea.i'sAt'fc Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills" And all '" LIVER lllcollrts ron tub Bate in take IllousComplalnts Aflllniete. purely ectAl.le. no grip-Tnotisind or erases tr ennualiy robbed of that Jlcllxit, llreiro!ontl na rt . is and health re, -- MEXICAN OPERA STASl'ORD. SY. house;. -' ROBBED ' ..... lIMf i W. P. WALTON, o ItUulll. lluaf.L. .u. .viiu,irii Proprietor, GERMAN IN VIGORATOR! "' BliofSU,I,i50. riiht cnmalete eete cf Seenery Includlnt gallery, 600. Seatlnt capacity, iieaioDaiM raiee to ooi aiiracnooe. as abort, Aajreai Which tkOftll.tftir .tiJ lMrntnMllw IS enl'iiK .......... ... MUSTANG Stanford Female College. ATAM'OIID, KY. 'With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thlelmtltullon will open Its Thirteenth Sela en the 3d Monday In September neat. ALL THE BRAKCUCS OF A a loo nt enertv. knot universal Ueellude, In th. Uct. dlraneMofelslon, reniaiuoldPin and many other ieeae mi iea.1 10 foneumptlon and a nill.tr for rlrrulars with tntl. uen alsfre bysnall Th i.WIfOU.tTOH IseoMatflpertoi.oralx boaee for J, br all druMlsts, or Willi eenl free by null, securely sealed, on receipt tftrlc, by addreealnc seUncofrel.AtuM, memory, ,. an.1 .. ll .llu.?-- . . ,, .t.i mil ..... . (allow a a, i "ol LINIMENT nu, street, Tlfdn,ohl. (nt fr th.ll Untied aialee, '' 4M1V01V 1IOVXJB." Adarue KT, ISI-l- Louisville, New Albany & Chicago O THOnOUGHENGLlSHCOURSE An tauiht, aa well aa MUBIC. THE IiANOUAOKS. DltAW-INAND l'AIKTINQ. Railway. Palnce TO THE OXhY LIKE ni'.N.VI.td PiiUiumi LOUISVILLE Cars! - 1 U;,,i W.... TERMS MODERATE. AND 80LID TRAIN'S. CHICAGO i:ll. In Tuition, price ran from til to 154 In lb regular Departments. I'rluary, tii, Intenaedlet trxtaLHoricK-rawnfre Iron th Kooi. MO; lreprauty, IW. and Colletiete, 50, et'le BrsiKhof L. A S. it, n. arrlt In Loo In II U In tlmelo train of Ihe Jlonoa ltoult" and o Ihrouth to rot full particulars, aa to Board. Ac . adJroM MRS). H. V. TRt'Kllf.AKT. ITIaclIiiM, (IrceBcastle. C'ranfordsvlllc, Ky, sunfVirJ. Lincoln Co.. THE BEST 1 "halusounua Canltf-Crtronlo IKiu LINIMENTS IRatarrhIRure Tornado Musi-chuset- ts profe-sisn- fl i , Fire.Lightning mma, that LOWEST BATES! the lg:-4t- Through Trunk Line -; never-fallin- fiftpl CURE ti a, - -- 1 r SOUTH & WEST at SICK hrt-e- , FRANCIS HOTEL. BESf ISI-l- !) ATTtmNEVB HEAD ACHE -- alnc nu MTANFOrB. KY. A'l' forts-natal- Refurnished nnd Iteiltted I LO. CIaVCHVIVATI! "nai Attorney l.- Commercial Traveler Court-hom- El-f- aat It MNVI&T, 01 fHB5 East, West mul North . HO 11 ni-tyr- -l IjOIJLlSVlllO Kentucky's llouto East -- HfOSTETTt? . . . 2III9:ne iO Hours WBS8& A SofjlTTRAIN CITY. ..... e pu.. d fellow-being- NewYorli. ..... w .,. laiu m v-- Home-Seeke-rs ITTEBS 'i tnT'SSl forty-seve- n ia i' il Special Rates Emigrants. 'rJ iij uai