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Semi-weekly interior journal: November 20, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883112001_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 20, 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. Semi 2 ftaeili iitfefii STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 20,1883. A Rtal Corned of Errort. remarkable atory come from St. Helen, which I well vouched for. About alx month ago twin brother Alfred and Henry Grove-arri- ved from Kan-nd tcttled near St. Helen. There wai a very alrong letemhlance between them, In fict eo atrong that Intimate friend could scarcely tell on from the other. Henry wa married! but hi wife wa living in Kama, lie toon made the acqualntanc of tbe family of John Avery, living near, Including their daughter, Lottie Avery, aged nineteen. One night about five weeka ago In Jett he aaaedber to become hit wife, end to hi litter lurpilae the accepted, informing her mother immediately. The mother in a practical way, broached the eubject of the date of the marriage, Ac, and before Grove could recover from hit aurprlte the detail had been arranged, He Immediately went to hi brother Alfred, told the atory and atked for advice. Alfred offered lo peraonate the brother and aland for him. The ceremony took place October 21tt, the couple remaining at the home of Ihe bride' parent Alfred fell in love with the girl and a week after the marriage told of the deception. In her indignation ahe ordered him from tbe houte. She then Informed her parcnla, and the father atarted after the eon with a ahot-guand hat followed Alfred to thia city, where he I tuppoted to have fied. Portland Oregonlan. VOLUME I X.-NUM- 13ER 510. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 199. - Scini-Mtflil- fi H(frioroiirn;i( HusTQmue. Lincoln covntt. I OPP0R lUNITrANDIMPOR TUNIU, 8eal-tkl- n There a decided cooIgcm prevailing W. P. WALTON. Ciitor and Proprietor anionic our moat toclal citlttnt at pretent. T. J. ItoblriKHi, ndnilniilrator of F, ft. Vutjt Illicit nmt tyiitnu; Kttiflman, deed., hating returned from the Vetl,deire all peraon having builneat with aaid ettale to meet him In Huatonville H'J.OO ANNUM. and fettle. 1 Clay Powell' alcknea oil t hold iway, Wotn rU atrletlj- I aJrante. If wa hate Is M. B. l'eylcn It yet in Invalid. J. II. wall an lime, 07.00 will be Napier it upand around. Dan Miller ha returned, and Ham William I reported to Tht faicmaling Widow. A writer In Jtarner'i oWirea tint the have repudiated the offered reward, David C. Allen, tuccewor to F. S. feminine rulnd U often not Utile puixlrd KaulTinan, dee'd , ofTtri hi greeting to the to tinderataml why the faicinationt of a willow ire to much mora potent than tlio.e numerout pilront of the houte, and all olhera wlthlng a aulmtanllil, ahowy and 01 a atngie woman; wat it in tint in etery gathering Hie widow will carry off the iart- - fashionable rig In hit line. He keept every variety of good utually found In a firtt . lien from under the rerr noi of the anln- aler who It in the Tery flower wall flower rlM aaddlery ettablitbment, at moderate price. of her youth. Djea the aptil: with the The card, are out for the double wedtonguea of men and angela more than the ding, In the McKlnnry neighborhood, to reitofu? It the better bred? Duet the come off Wednesday. We waft our kind-et- t flatter with more iklll or drtea with more wlahe to Ihe youthful voyagert about effect! I the prettier, ther lt, perhaps. to embark upon the eventful lei of matriIt It Ihe Jointure tefl dy hei Manila of mony. Many warn ua agalntt lla peril, Caraln, or because aha hae been eni)orel but few can be found'who willingly refuae bf a lord of creation? Or It It the ehadow theritk. Benedict, you remember, apoloof an early grief that attract, or Ihe eihlbi- - getically explain that when he aald he lion of tha moat beautiful reaigaattoti? In would die a bachelor he dlda't expect to . . L. juung gin t ettiuiaiion llie tie ice tultee wan live to get a wife.. tbt light kind of a widow. Ought not the I with I oould aend you a picture of only llame left for her to bo that of the fu. Squire McKinney,oneof our treatured relreral pyre? And it there not roaietlilng ict of a former age. Black at Rrebui, d ungenerous, the In world where lint a a acare crow an.1 filthy at a tcaven-ge- r. baodt are rcarce, for a wouan to appropriphytlcally uggetlng a crott between ate more than one? It It not a tort of a black bear and a dia.oIute baboon menof Iratnortalit' Hut Ihe young cirl tally a rclwork of drivelling Idlolry and it told that tbee are Ihe fine tpun high philosophy, a kleptomaniac In hi of a eentimentaliit; that the widow procllvllie. reverencing nothing, repletlng doet right to lire in the world, and not, ni thing, fearing nothing, we may well like Old Mortality, among grate. Very quote, "Take him for all, and In all we potbly tht may not with to mirry again, hall col look upon hit like again." A but ehe may not hare hurled all her little favorite ainutement with the boy contlatt Tanltlet, her love of admiration, her inter-e- in referring knotty queoliont to Squire foi in human kind, e'clall mankind, hit decltion. A few evenlngi aince a party in the graTt with her hutband It It her of youngtter were di.cu!ng ihe cruel fault if the men prefer her eoclety? Per-ha- p enlenc of the court adjudging Ihe penal. her terra- - Indifference," hating ty in a batlardy cae Squire wa called plenaea one r otheri are pleat in. for an opinion.. He gar it thai: "I jit cd er r.ot, that i irreoiitlble, or the confitellyeboy, ef a nun' mean enough to dence which the fact jlvet I'crbapt it it commit (tilcld de cote ought lo make him becaute ihe niter preachet to them orer auppot ile chile." eomebody eWi thoulder; beciute lobtcco In your laat you have an extract from amokedoea not effect her; brcanae (be It not the CWier Journal In reference to a propo. afraid to aliow her intent'; becaute, know ed reunion to be held at Murphreetboro, by ing their weakneo, ahe yet liket their aocl participant from both pirtle in the tat ety; btcauie her unprotected position and atruggle. TbI It all right. It it an euy her becoming wredt apeil to the manly and a graceful thing lo do on the pirt of heart; or becaute ahe bta learned (art in thoae who wltneawd Ihe trifa only amid Ihe the tcrlmmtgt) with her bu.band'e rcla amoke of batll and the din of conflict. Urea, ,1'efheri. through having loTed and The Utah of hoatlleateel and the thunder lott, the hit touched a wider gamut of of volcanic artillery diatracUd their per emotion and her experience hat ratde her cepliont and led them Into the folly of ret. more IqUrutlng than the callow virl peeling each other valor and admiring Doubtlett. 'society need widow Juit at each other chivalry. Tbe eame cauaet mucti it it dcet tingle" women and married produce in them the foolth notion that people to aplce nd,.fariety to life, the war la over, and that it ia tbe part of and It would be a thou ond ptllte if the the veteran, the patriotic citi Iliodoq cuttotu were to come into rogue xen, and the conibteat to' unit in our day and deprlre tomt of ut of a their rfforta lo rebuild the ruint and obllt grlertnce. craia me tear mai war oai made, to re-cement the friendly relation Uitrupted by Principal Battle ot Hit War. Following are the date of tbt rrlnclpal the bitter contett, and to vie with each battle of the civil war, who commanded other in rejoicing over ihe advent of trail in each, and the number killed on both ing and proiperout peace. Bui it it not too much, Mr. Editor, to expect u torn aide: do expect the citizen who calmly ttaid Ball Kan (flrit), July 21, ISdl; North, at home and who philosophically viewed lien. McDowell; killed, 481; South, Gen, Beaurrgarsl; killed, unknown. Ehlloh, thequealjon,from the quiet eancttury of April 7, Qen. Grant; killed, nta tJreilue; it it not too much to atk tbe church, pledged at it it to "atudythethlngt 1,733; South, Gen. A. 8. Johotton; killed, tbat make or peace"; la it not too much to 1,723. .StTea.l'iB and Fair Oik. May 31 detire tbe gotpel mlnttter, the contecraled and'June 1,1(52;' North Geni McClellau; follower of the Man of Calvary; la it not killed, 890; South, Gen. J. E. Johnalon; too much to call upon all there to bary killed, i,m. Antlelam, Sept. 10 and 17, their animotHIei,theathe their weapom of 1S02; North, Gen. McClellin; killed, 2,010, atrlfe and unite in one grand effort to lllui- South, Gen. Lee; killed, 3,500. Chancel-lortellltrale to Ihe world the proud dlttinction of May 2 am! 3,1904; North, Gen. Ihe patriot, the lofty aim of the phllantro-pfit- ; Hooker; killed, 1,512; South, Geo. the hoi brotherhood of tbe Minti?' Jackaon; killed 1,531. Gettytburg, A In Wife Hi MOut ttore; riMny m looit httk, Ejei tl o'er. Biji to huilanJ, Utihatievellli Ltkaavlte. flhaWi hit heal Sadly, "Sot" M'ROBERTSSTAGG Opera House Block, DX3A.X.I3IIH DriIKH, "Aln'lltnleer l33Il chrJ. Ortbt her arm, Home they go. Drort of water, One by one. Will wear away The hardeit tton. V.rt the Stanford, Ky.f IN Miinlcal .aoimccos, C'liciulcnl, lHlll(t1, OilM, Wall I'apcr, Win CM. JtOOKM, JLInnor Mfatloncry, Clears. Sonpn, fiiHicry, ftll't Lit ill ps, Otckbont'i Woke, Wlfer weart lo eltklncIoik. Judge Cox hat ret aside the verdict of in the cue of Iltllet Kilbourne agalntt John G. Thompson. Jacob Nelllng, tbe murderer of Ada Atklnaon, near Oxford, Ind , recently, waa taken from the Fowler jail by 300 marked men, taken away in a a carrage, and hanged, Nelllng met the avenger at the door of hi cell with the word, "Go alow, gentleman, I am older than eome of you," and went quietly to lit fale. $00,000 Tl.ulIelWe,1,,, osjtu. SinTCmn,r,e nn.d ,JJlt.lc.al (,00,,S Is In Charge ef Col. Illclianls, Itcpalr batches and Clocks Promptly and In the hH " " Pocket fjllllcrr. 1'lrc ArniB, Jlachlno .(IIIMS IllHfrilCIHCB(lt nlrracnt . ak, rag-Re- de-oi- tl feel-Ing- a tt IlIt jaao,-whetke- gUu g 1802,-Nort- h, e. By going a few minute tooner or later, y. by (topping to apeak with a friend on the corner, by meeting tht man or that, or by turning down thtittreet inttead of the other, we may let rlip aome impending evil, What Sustained Them. They were atanding together where tbe by which the whole current of our live woold hate been changed. There, it no thickly cluttering vine that clambered portible folutlon to the dark enigma but about Ihe porlicoet of her father' palatial Ihe one word, "Providence." Longfellow. manalon catt their deepett ahadow. Hit n A of Nevada ha Invented manly ebonlder aupportcd her clinically feminine head at ahe tpoke there wordi; a aotel method of preterving egga for "Wbatlait Ihateurttina ua, Kejgie, when winter ute. During tbe aummer ahe breaka DEALER IN cloudaofadverally ahut out the blueeky the egga, pour the contenta into bottlea of affluence, when the vanltle and am. which aro tightly corked and realed, when Ilnrdtrnrc, Ilorso Shoes, Groceries, Saddlca, bitlon of life have fallen about ui like they are placed in the cellar, neck down Iron, Nails, Qticcuaunrc, IIiikkj-- IVlilps, leave in autumn, when the voice BiiBgy H'IiccIh, Stores, of fate She claim the content of the bottle come Cano Mills, Harness, round in our eari like the dirge of mid- - out a freh at when put in. The experiSpokes, Orates, Ciller Mills, LapCoTers, night wMiln a forwfof pinet, and there ment ia earily Irled. Stoneware, Corn Shellcrs, Collars, arc no tweet long bird waib'llng In tbe Mr. Boyd, of Concord, Tennearee, ha bower of hope what It it that auttaina grown a gourd thia car which j meaiure Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden and ut, Iteggit?" Ho prtared hi ftp to her five Cast Pumpi, and the Celebrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin Hoofeight inchet in circumference, half clored eyelid, and, iu a voice tremu-lo- and hold! eight gallon. ing and Qa.tering will have prompt attention. with hippinea, anawered, "Gin." AfllMliirii i T' 3r- - JollUstOll, No matter how jaded the conatitution Fridav two men were renltnced to be may be from diaeate or exceat, tbe hung for murdering their wivet, and at Invigoralor restore it permanentPitttburgh a beautiful young woman com- ly. See advertisement. Forealeby Penmitted auicide on account of the cruel ny & McAlitter. treatment of her brother, whom ahe dearly loved. It hat been a queation of much atudy why men are go Inhuman lo the woman who love them beet George Eliot aaya the reaaon a man treata the woman As our hcatlliislndicntcs.uc propose in tlio future to lie keatf. who Iovta him more cruelly than the brute Valuable Suburban Property quarters for nil goods in Hae. who love him, it becauie the latter it in Stanford. dumb. Our Specialties ard Groceries, Queensware, Hardware, "I tell you," aald the Colonel, "if you Lincoln Circuit Court. W. O. Btlttr'a Exor.. Stoves, Wagon Material, &c. dc , ti W. O. Ditley'a Dri, de. Ia Cjultr. want lo tell a tombalone, you have to trade funuinttoa JuJjiomii of tht LIscota Circuit n bile the thing It freth and tbe heart (a Court, render! at lu October terui, I8M, In tht lVc buy from first hands, in large quantities and for spot cask, iboTOlljIfd action, I will on you will only call and see for yeur tko discount. tender. If you wait a year or two they seir, wo will conrince you that you can buy goods get cold and hard and don't care whether MONDAY, DECEMItEK 3, 'S3, honght them In Slnulord before aud as cheap aa than you they get a tombiton or not. But you At Ppecttl Oonmluloeer of nld Court tnd if o( juitalrike them while they are aoft and at public tbe lilt will of W. U. B.11.T, dd., oflr you can buy anywhere. ulo to tht hlb.t Udder belort tht tender, and you are all right. It look lo Btaoford. XT'., tho tract of una ueceatnt ruitfni tbt time hard to tackle them when they are in that ot bitupon wnica ma In tbe North. it at llinltt ol dttth, iltuatrd et tbt town of HtanforU. Tba aald tract contain. condition, but I tell you it butlneai." 11 ArrcM, 3 Hoods null 7 l'ole. all of muo tna "It that man an undertaker?" "No, which ii wimm ,cm iua.a point, (a flat illor for a lb neirett dear, he It the funny man of a dally pa- dwrllloi houtt) within leu thin 300 yardt. It tih-ihi hi tail an bo cooTentcutlr dtvldrd Into town lott, for ir stMr which there li a Irl.k demand In tba town of per." "Why doe he look ao ead?" feunlord. Tba land ll excellentlr fenced and nnt-- Ir he ha found out that one of hit latett watereJ from t n.Te tprlngi ind a good well, hunponltacomfortibla Iriiat dwelling of origical joke hat juit been diacoveretl in 7 roomi, bevldta hallt, fitu.led upon the bltheit PHARMACISTS and most beautiful ctutneuca around Stanford, the clutch w of an Egyptian mummy." commanding; a lint view of the town and -- DKALEU IX- countrr for lateral mtlea diiunt, Tbert The mlnitter who tie Ihe connubial arealtoagood coin crib, a fair barn and tttblt, knot get a fee varying from $2 to $50; the ctrrlagt kouie and other oulhouwt, an orekird of Books, . i ireti icu garden it or a lint lawyer wbo untie it charge from $100 to fluent quiUtyin ractuent toll andll hattho Terr of bliio gran IfontAKc uion tho Laccutcr plkt and a good outJ $500 Which only mean let to tbe baoTllla pike. Phjsjcljos' preicilptlOQi accurately compounJal Ato that everybody ha to pay more to get out It will t offered, flnt In 3 parcelt, aa lollowt: Tbe firitemhrtclng all tht bulldlngi, orchard and I of trouble than to get Into ti. garden, containing zJ JElVEf.EltSU fiontlng on tha ranch-woma- comprising the best in the market, which will he gotten up in style and make second to none in city or doun-trGive me a trial. H. C. Rupley. receiving New Goods for Fall and "Winter, I3I.O. RTJPLEY". I have received and am still W. H. HIGGINS, Itlius ft Grea-Germ- ii Coiiiinissionor's Sale HEADQUARTERS If eur I sarins If crcr CIIEAPK one-n- ii Couri-hout- e, "Be-cau- BRIGHT CURRAN. MmmmML Ttrlff'Aia.A- -i WWmUkW1Ll acs tmsssJteS' im-' Drngs, Stationery and Fancy Artiolos. Ioter-Occan- u 1, 2 and 3, 1803; North, Gen Meade;, killed, 2.S3li South,, Oen. Xee; killed, 3JW). VieUbwf.S, Julr 3 and 4, l&ttjJ North, Geo. 'Grantf killed, 515; South, Gen. lVmberloo; kilted, unknown. Chlckamauga, Sept. 1803; North, Gen. Thorn.; killed, 1,014; South, Gen. Bragg; killed, 2.339 Wlldcrncia, May 5,0 and 7, 1801; North, Gen. Grant; kil'cd, South, Gen. Lee; killed, 2,000 Bpott yUanla, May 1801; North, Qn Grant; killed, 4,177; Soutn, Gen. Le, k II. ed, 1,000. The aboTe figure are I tut I on medical official return, and do lot agree with return of the Adjutant Qiieral, No two returns agre. The Adjutant Gen-ermake the killed at Wlldernea 2,201, ana at SpotUrlrania 3.270; while Gen. Meade' report, baaed on report immediately after the battle, atatee killed at Wild-ern- e at 3,23ft at SpotUy Irania 2,140, 10-2- 3, July 7; Anotheii Quint Movement. An movement for the nomination of Gen. Grant next year by the republican!, Mita Henrietta Lenox la aald to be worth waa ttarled by prominent officer at a recent army reunion In the Weat. The plan $7,000,000; Mr. A. T, Steward $21,000,-O0it to enlitt military Influence all through They bath live in New York, and e the North and South, Including Confederto get along without hutbanda, ate who may b willing to loin tht organi liBarnum' clrcua made a clear mlllicn zation and to keep aloof from the machine tbli year, of which Birnum geti politician until the lme come for a pub for the ut of hi name and Bailey A lie demonttration. The enterprltlng auHulchlnton the rett. thor of this plan think pre)udico agaloit the third term hat paaaeJ away. They alIt ia predicted that electricity will be to A cbeeie ha been put on exhibition tored tbat a perion may carry a little box as teller that Grant' alliance with Jay In Boaton which weIgha5.2S3 wound. It. of it at night for illumination at hi conUould and other operator In Wall tlreet 1 three feet eight inchea in height, five feet venience. would bring to hi tupport tbe great rail, lourinche In dUmettr, and tlileen feet road corporation, and inaure a campaign four inchea around it. The milk of 2,000 It I aald that in two year three thouaand fund quite equal to that which Mr. Morton cow for twenly.four hour wa uiei In New York City children have loit their and hi banking friend raited for Garfield makins It. and Uvea becaute of foul air in the echool- ten (Iimu f.ni.u, ,. . . .W...V..VC T .IV in 1830. luicreoiea in ll, J room. con-tinuone-thir..., 1 The -- Local HtVMan, The 'local hit" man of tbe mlnatrel ahow ii a great humorltt. He ha no edu. cation and could not couple two aenlence of Engltah to save hit life, but be ia the man to plunge an audience Into a roar of laughter. All that la required to accom. pll.h tht feat la to mention the name of otne man who live in the town, ome very fat or extremely lean fellow. ThI it pure wit, and penont who could not find a glint of humor in the entire range of literature, yell and (well up and and look around to ree if ther can alngle out the cruabed victim. When he la found they nod and grin at him, and a rough fellow titling near htm alap him on the back, and exclaim: "He cot you that tlme-- er haw, haw he pullt on you er he. be." The Douglaaa Jerrold of the elate ia called back, and while he rake the alrlmrt of a banjo, eayi; "Oh, yai, got de be' loomn' gal in town. Oh ahe'a awful fine. Got a foot like Col JaglinV Another roar. Col. Jaglin' face grow a red a a terrapin' eyia ane he trie to laugh. Ill filend'elap him, and the fool in front of him turn around, atare impertinently and explode. Ten dollar a week i not a ala- tj commeniurate with tht accomnlLh taenia of the local hit man, and the mana. ger ahould better reward him. In fact, he ihould kill htm. En-gliih e, a republican community in Connecticut ml there ia great grief in the grand old party of the Slate. No republican want to be hanged by a democrat. "No, lr, my daughter can never be youi'j." "I don't want her to kmy daugh ter," broke In tbe young ardent, "I want her to be my wife." New York Commer cial Advcrlirer. A in KtpiJe pariah, La., broke up in a row, one man thraahing anotbei, who perflated in laying "Amen" in the wrong place while he was praying. prayer-meetin- Lancaittr pike. 'Jtbt2JeontalologS acree, fronting upon th Lancaster pike and having upou It a do bulldlog ilte The W conlalulrg 10 arret, with good outlet to tUe DjstIIIii pike with Una building iltea. It wilt Iben Le otlered at whole, and tbt bid which realliri the inoit monhead. He hae juat brought tult agalntt ey will be accepted. The tale will b male npon a credit oft aqd 12 the owner of the building for damage. month.. In (Ul Initallmenlt, bearing Interest from data of silt, for which bonds with An Akron woman, alxty-tw- o year old, good accurltr, havlog tha forcaa and effect ot Judgwill bere-iulreha challenged Bob Ingeraoll to a public ment!, Possesion of tha with lieu retained upon propertr will bo glean aa lind. aoon aa Mllslactory bonds subject, dltcutalon of the Bible, aud ray If ahe howoTer, to tht action of lb are excuteU, tba aale. Court upon Further Information war b had bjr eorretpon can't make him alnk down into hi boot with or Interviewing the undersigned Commit- he'll present him with a new milk cow. loner at Bigdtd, bbelbr countj, Kr or Iroui V, II.MIUeroa tbe premises or Iron 1'raudt.k Miller, A democratic Sheriff ha been elected in Ileal Estate Agcntt. Stanford, Kjr., wbo will ahow tha preailtea and a plat of lime. One morning last winter in Philadelphia a big icicle fell from the eavea of a building and itruck John P. Heave on tbe 153-t- d Largest Slock of batches, Clocks, Jenclrj & Sllrcrware Errr kroughtlto this market, rrteet Lower than tbe Lowest BWatehei, Clocks and Jewelry Bo ralred oa ibort notice nd;Virrsj)teJ. sUrwy.Sate.feei JtJIXJD JIA HUtSOS UA iLKV, fiitctsl Commlsiloner STIABIXilEI! BCA.;3SrESS' SHOP. 6onublc, tfOSTETTCll Nice lot of llorses anil Fino Turnouts. Kates rea- - lsOO FMBB anted by me. I will pay the highest marketlprice. I alio deal ia jgfsBBCT''v'eBiii And can inpply CO AI! it in any quantity. 0. A. T. NUNNEL.JC1EY, Stanford, Ky. . THE INTE1UOK JOVIIXAI. STEAM JOB OFFICE miner F m tltiiiiua 'lllVJtUJJ tr ... tJiqoon Xtupit; 'aiiivuaii ..'ill 'ataajod !iml' wsuuiAp uoicui),uo3 tuatuatiiiiii v itlll ioi in.4JM siuiiuui ui3ytaai nm t tiamti 'JIIHUina.lUH jllU II IIU IS! minis ot i3ttJ,t uti liuijjiuiois i,jt(Nioi hjimVU1 1M.,S4V iail lutu W .IUWIMJ f. H A inoiim uxs mrVriiuiu JUo(illijo u p Xiwiu Mills. iiHU put ai it joj tluUii jiqio Xa Does every Kind of PrlutlHgat City prices. WJiL91BiKEsHi.simhSl siSS:5te,HslBkBtf"'wBsw3iMLB' v unt I I ; i, Ky -- Noveber Mr. Jamea O'Neill, who haa been tick GEO. 0. BARNES In SCOTLAND TneOorernoi of Pennsylvania will hare that thanksgiving proclamation. or teveral weeks at Mrs, Atkins', with ty 1IIA-IHITIIJ3 Z.OUI)" The legislature, which haa been in session phold fever Is now threatened with pneu 33 Rerkelet Tr.iucE, Ki.iirnst.tB fir. nearly all the year, at a tost of nearly a monia. 20, 1883 Oct. 23d, '83 Dr. Xt. N. Turner, of Ihfs place, on Million of dollar, haa deliberately gone In DnsWfffcf to defer 3 w, LAJCASTHK IDTKRTtAKXKXT. HTJMOJaoif 1J2MI.'a.M.s LANCASTER, KY. from II. T. WALTBlt MILLsIlVTERY! -- W.P. WAL1 editor to another dead lock. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, Will prsetlre In ClarrtM snl stjolotneronnllfs Small-noeeema to be spreading in OCR reader will remember that about 'l sod Gourlof Appeals. aaealh ago, we efuracleriieJ a upseltlnjr, Louisville. The Stanford anil outrageous, the O. KAUFFMAN, residences! Richmond H. against public folic J. I Herndon'a AX'XOltNjaV At aJecisten of the Sure rlor Court, which ren- burned. Lots $3,000, partly Insured. -LANCASTER, KY. An exploding boiler at Jackson town-shidered null mil void ill Indictments for Matter ConmlHloner Oirrsr.l f Irealt Ooarl. Wilt Pa., killed three men and wounded Jwtplet; tippling houses, unlet trier pecl-fe- d -- Wiiileiren-1 prtctlr In til th Courts of (Isrrsnl snI sJJolnlof that tpirltoti and vinous liquors And four others. counties ana In tb Court orApptals. HIIUY MGI1T. NOV. 2.1. below aero The thermometer was 1 their mlxturea were fold without licente In the house to le drunk therein or upon the at Bralnerd, Minn., and snow SO inches premises, or those adjacent, a many a two deep, Friday. .TON. NKVJQKAKTCJS, Appeaii htu Elder Morgan patted through Kansas tiae. when the Court of simple chargeneiu of City, Saturday, for Salt lake, with seventy-fiv- e fori rears that the UtoftttniuH,ftVfrtnt A Cn., BttnforJ, Zjt$ wlih keepirc a tippling house was sufficient, recruits from the South. M. lemrlrg It to be established br the proof Sc CO.. John Smith was hanged at Oakland, Import," tn.t JotWr of Drr Ooo.lt, Notions, Ae. The decision would have thrown out of Md , Friday, for the murder of Jotiah M7, J, Ml Mala Url elainT court some 8,000 to 10,000 of euch cases Harden. He confessed the crime. new pending In the Tarlocs judicial disLynn, of Allen count, haa been John ICY. trict of the State and thousands of the sentenced to fifteen yearv in the penitenti would hare ary for debiuchim. hi, own daughter. meanest class of game acott free of their offenses. We are Gov. Knott has offered the potltion glad to atate, however, that our article or of Assistant Superentendent of the Lex- W will no ry tpetlsl stUslloa to something cite, brought the Court to Its ingtcn Asylum to Dr. Turner, of Lebinon. a seateaand It haa withdrawn that decision A freight train on the C B. A Q , ran W promise to ale Mtlificttoo, and ia the cite of Pesce ts. Common- into a patstngcr train at Ottawa,III.,kllIing snd wb.n de.lrsd "III el J'ilMU flour for ti heal. Caa utks wealth, appialtd from 'he Whitley Circuit six passengers and wounding a score of tllberlollMoruBbolleJmeal. '"- -' ruled aa follows: "The Court of others, Court, MeALINrEK tNAI.I,KE. Appeals having decided that an indict Frederick M Keer, the Chicago bank meat, which in substance charged the de- cishier who got away with $10,000, has BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE IIAVI fendant with keeping a tippling house, been sentenced to the penitentiary for ten trator of it. Shelly will , IN STANFORD, KY. The friends of Mr. John committed by keeping a tippling-houeyears. 3tecolvod Anothor Car was sufficient, notwithstanding that pro-i- tThe firit ice of the season formed at regret to learn that his fine saloon, in liar, lonrloru1prlrielr ur bout tod lot cu Load of "suerset sltrtl whltL IsonuriM by J. JI.Mll.. ion of the code requiring the indictment to Peosacola, Fla., and Dallas, Texts, Friday rodtburg, was destroyed by fire, Saturday I to U glstn , (sti. Terras reswn-sstate the acts constituting the effente, this night. Cotton and all other vegetation were evening, and that his Jots is contlderable. for ptrisewlsrt Ji. lo nt si lltrper, will e. Ljlle.elinle,,, Hj. John always kept an orderly place, and will follow those decisions." Com- killed. eeert Dr. D. VT. Yandell, the distinguished good liquors, such as, if the Cyclops of a monwealth's Attorney Warren, who had IU la dee. llirr, cases that would surgeon of Louisville, haa been elected an Prohibition Lodge wm to sample them, he about S00 tipp1ing-bonCootlitln.'tf been demurred out of court under the honorary Fellow of the medical society of would eay. "Well now, ia it potiible, that stave HO.V. A. . T.iXIIO'lT, I have been making a blanked fool of former decision, ia elated that all his work London. OinojKlsaeandldst over this thing; a Utile more of that for Spesttr el lbs atit The large steamer, "Will Kyle, struck ia that direction will not go for naught and UouM of IlrprrtentitiTe. people are pleised to know a stump, sixtr miles below Memphis and same article, Mr. Shelly." all that the guilty whisky render will have to sunk, with her 400 tons of sugar, lice and MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Mtrie (arcatllcally), "Oh, what mon- Bods & Lounges, Bod SpringB molastet. esfler for his nefarious traffic Managed bJohn B. fish. strosities they srrl 1st iamntt n ttnt )xit E. L. Jocet, a Whitley, county, mattrossos, Aix the aid to education in Kentucky mall conductor, ia in jail at Louisville, J.J.Thompson is able to go about tuneiuM." And so on ad libitum. that we really seed is that Gov. Knott shall charged with raising vouchers t defraud again. George Fish had recovered suffFrom all of which I infer that the peri- Sofas n nd (lialrs and Everything' Ho Tb Coat Attotlttlcn bavlrf aollled vt Ibtt J administer the laws sternly, energetically tnr-ulltiiciently to return to Lexington last week. lon.uigrioa rinn-cms- j the government. od, when tteadfatt application ttoini the Ou HHtl .after- - thin Dale nil Ceal ad see lo it that every officer in the State Store. Jamea I. While, deputy theriff, took citadel of knowledge, has gone by, and The trial of 111 persons, charged with Klilppccl to iim will be ctuih, does his duty. This the governor ha participation in a riot, will begin soon in Dan Qulnn to Frankfort Fridry night. He about one mote visit from the inexorable promised to do and he is doing it, too. His t.ll lot Prices hm Low hw Anybody's). W. tr. tomptlled la rulur.T.lo T. Jt.t Ctib on goes ro serve two yeara for manslaughter. Hungiry. Fourteen hundred witnesses Madame will finish ber education in the ref-sflKSf, ""J: to pardon criminals or remit fines, have been al Corn is selling at from 50c to COc per paries reus. And yet I don't know. Some summoned. if adhered to strictly, unflinchingly, will do On the 17th, the Cincinnati Southern bushel in this county; meal at 70c per bus. time the little woman displays an Intensity VALUABL- Emore for education, during his term of four ran her trains through to New Orleans. It Champ Mullina sold two tracts of moun- of purpose, In things she think it right to yearn, than one million of dollars drawn is about 825 containing about 120 acres at do, that Is almost startling, I discover, miles from Cincinnati to New tain land, rsm the Federal treasury could accompliih Orleana by that route. about per acre. again and again, that I do not fully realize I hit. lb. lullrtt snd Ust list of Furalturt ol serthesime purpose. Got. Knott knows J. T. Clark has moved into the proper- the fact that ray children are no longer W. O. Dodge created a eensation on everr description isr tshlllisd lo Minfcii, aad realizes it just as we do. Louisville the street in Bowling Green, by publicly ty recently purchased from W. II. Benlly, stroll throu.o toy tloro will prose. My priest tts trs children, but thoughtful adult, with a fixa low si tlnillir (wdt ria bo I oftr st prlratsstl. aj fsimof stout MOscsm, abet alMcaptbl oloe-Democrat. luht lo tht elllM, beating an invalid aon. Mr. Dodge Is past and which haa been occupied by Dr. J. J. ed purpose in life. dsmooslrillan. 1 ! In Oarratd, sboul oo. tall. Uiow Cap Kick II d Brown. Th doctor will either go to Parks-vill- e la trrpoo, bio a full. d. of "lib The editor of the Breckenridge Xcvi is seventy-fiv- e and the son is fifty. I was warned when I came to Glwgow riomWron. lsrte rolls.. booM of elfbt roams aad repair, all neemarroutbulldlDn, or to Louisville. waltzing around on hia ear because The body of a male infant, to badly that it was the worst climate in the British lb Uod fertile anl In a dm sltl. of cultltalloa, ! ill Win. loir.M. Oo lb.plae.lt a dltlll-le- f A man named Kelley came into town Isles, in the autumn. I can only eay, it changed that he discarded the eaten and torn by bogs aa to make its color r oftbout lots buih.lt rtpttltr. Tb. loruplk. and fled to doubtful, .was found in the garden of a the other day and by his actions showed keeps up ita reputation fully, this year, for from IUotIII. lo LalOloa runt ibrouf h Ibis Aad am ready to mm Isaeralt promptly with a federal Array during the war It wreoartaleot. brat, a nit, b.w linn. very plainly that he was a lunatic He a more villainous stretch of bad wtalher I to 163 tod lb.t lb. lurattoaH. M. loan lirm, on AlCanada for refuge. This he denounces aa cititen of Harrodsburg Friday. sen t, part of tb. tb. tiro pike. iJJoIdIdi tb. stare. Tb. two plters Order by Telegraph Promptly Atwas taken upon a writ of lunacy, tried aad have an infamous lie and old Cerro Gordo as an The residence of Isaac W. England, never, in my 50 years of life, teen, till Mtold ita -- Ms. or dlldt to suit purtbti- tended to. infamous liar, and produces evidence to publisher of the New York Sun, was burn sent to the Atyl urn at Lexington last Fri- than this three weeks just about to close. trs. in. purtotMr win siso iits. is. optloa 14 r.ilo th. dl.illl.rr, otll rtn riwoifd. Also day. prove it. The General ought to own np, ed to the ground at Palerton, N. J. Sunday. propel.1 "MaciatosSea" and "galoshes," imtllftroi tvllolnto. lb. Umbrellas Mr. Jas. R. Cook showed us the other ly, llh rlr loiproremeait. In tb.lDirrtctlon e shut up or fight, but he is not likely to do The pictures and bioks were saved. aa they appropriately style rubber cloaks lb. Driiiimi Bu.oa vista luroDlkw. coolala- day a chicken with two Terr well developA amill uictefll tcrM. either. The home of Mrs. Mary Graham, in and gum ahoe, are the things most in de locaboulUMrM. Duoo. Altia Itodsof T tlort b.ut. la ed heads, from the same neck. Otherwise, u.s Ocb exchanges are praising Gov. Knott Lebanon, occupied by several parties in the chicken ia well formed and large. He mand and one bat only to look at the pave- in. lo or ivy toisTiue, s waicnouw at ar IB. s burls! lot la lb Ltoettttr remMrt. ments and slreeta to find out why these val titry,Ae. Ail in.tuof.proprny win bo tola ou fetvhia alleged determination to remit none business, burned Saturday night. has preserved it in alcohol, so that any one Trrjr lllrtl uable article received such descriptively oaortddrrtt ttruit. r'uriuribir ptrtlrulsr. oil of the .fines of gamblers and concealed wea- Crow's house adjoining was badly damaged. who doubts may see for himself. WM llttUUKI.K, it The grand jury of Robertson county slushy titles. The bare, wet locks and Sep. II If Urjiaittlll, tfy. pon carriers, but it won't count for much if STAMFORD. Prof. L. V. Dodge, of Eerea college, chilled, naked feet one sees on the streets he goes away a few times and leaves Hind-su- a haa indicted Samuet G, Rogers and Sam will deliver a lecture on Education, la in charge. We know of two s in uel Rogers, Jr., for the murder of their the church at this place, on Monday night, everywhere touch the heart of pity most. E. H. BUENSIDE, ! this county, both without the shadow o( a brother Wm. Rogers. They gave bail in Dec. 3d, He will give special attention to I see more of that in Glasgow thsn any city yet visited. The tilrtma in society are Justification, in which the latter remitted the sum of $10,(O0 each. My Fall sod WIntsr ilock of Ministry sow tr This Old Well Known Tne Court of Appeals affirmed the the present condition and pressing needs herein such marked and atarlling contract the fines. t llrln. Is lb. full.tt tnd btDdscmeit I bat of the mountains of Kentucky. Let everjr Hotol Still Maintains cue of Champ and Eud Filipitrick, renthat one ran bat notice it te specially bid, taJ I Intll Ik. alltttloo or tb. lid Irs to It Tribune figures it that Tmt Chicago body come out to hear him. ts need lo hang for "the murder of Miller characteristic of the place. tonfld.nl thtl I tio f'tu lb tstt fastidious, has enough pledged votes to nominate RailOnly about 8 miles of the K. AMD Yet we like Glasgow and her people very Tbinklo. my Irltodi for tbeir libera palrooi.o tl Brewater, In Adair county. The cowardly Uaa for Speaker on the first ballot. There road track remains to be put down. Mess. much. And eirn.stly atk icunUnutort. rascals tirtuiel the old man to death. I am not singular In this, lb pail, I MKS. KA TK VDDEHL IU Proprietor ii Determined that ISKMf are 19! democrats in the House and it K. It & finish their work to Mr. James H. Arnold wsa here several Dickey Rower will among foreigners. Moody waa very partial it Shall be Second to bo Country take 88 vote to nominate. Carlisle it the Hotel ia the State ia its Fare, days this week. The suit of Mrs. Little day. M.Tabler will finish Wednesday. to the city and his work here has been, mas for the place, but we fear that hi be no obstructions to track-laAppoliatmenti, or Attenfor $50,000 againtt him has been compro There wilt perbsps, a more abiding one than in any CSr. DR.. friead are making the figures lie to give tion to Comfort of ing by th work not being finished. It will place In the kingdom. So I am told. mised, he withdrawing his auit for $9,000 tbeir GnMtf. him a boom. IUndall his a very large folbe but a abort time until you can go to uriuisTi 27, I am very glad to report unin he held against the estate of Mrs. Hood. Oct. lowing. Richmond in two hours, instead of two Nicholaaville Courier. fc terrupted success at the Orphans' Home Ragsjsgs still it ctriis to aad frtss Us dtp! days, as at present. Jamb Gordon Bemkett, proprietor of if tktrtt. Kietltl aeetsasatdatltas Americut, Ga., has b;en (without rain Hall. Not a meeting, save one, without Lnuiitllle, Ky., CUelntilf, O., sad Indltoipolls, Miss Cleo Williams has returned from toCa,M.rrlillril,ri. Tk Btr trill k U the New York Herald, ia preparing to lay for 130 days. ingathering at the ayeraje rate of '() per Iod., dsileri fo Bl.lowiy A Huot', Ick.r llrut.'. Water La to be hauled eev alwaya stptll.4 with Iks ekilttil lltlon'.J. AC FlKb.r. VotsAtJooi', Hildwlni Louisville. Misses Butoer aad Martin, of another Atlantic cable, which will make eral mile for domestic braiSi.rLl.tiriaiSCIisra. night and lhat waa a Saturday evening Co.'i Ctltgt, Upflht ltd fqosi l'doo Fortes; use, aDd the streams Brodhead, accompanied by Mrs. Van I look aoa Hamilton Oritns. tea across that ocean. Per hap after a are now drying up, service almost exclusively attended by lUo tb. tUt.r, sb.alo..r sb4 lernat to suit The fall wheat has lBitruu.ntiM.ld at prices and Mrs. McRobertt, spent Sunday in while the tolls will be so reduced that Uoa't fits your ordtrt till you fet our christians. The meeting closet not bteneown, and altogether the prospects prices sou itrut town. Misses Pattie Adama and Lula I'ul- - with newspapers will not have to spread 30 word seem most diicoursging. a prayer and praise service in com bean visiting in this vicinity for DANVILLE into a column, at appeared in evidence beC. T. Simonds has sold hi six years' line have memoration of ibe 12ih anniversary of the several days. McClellan Williams ia in fore court the other day. JDIfi. lease of the Phoenix Hotel for $50,000 Orphans' Home work. Just 400 in all have New Albany reading medicine under Dr. with the controlling interest in the stock, confessed the Savior and w hope for a William Mahone Is out in a savage Homoeopathic l'hjalclan, Neat. Logan Dyiart and wife, of Missouri, good gleaning though not a atrict-l- y to the Virginia readjuttert, in which toJ.JIull Davidson, Chas. Seelbacb and are Tisiting at H. Carpenter'. evangelistic service. A history of this work DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. he lays hia overwhelming defeat to the John Simonds. Davidson take Frank Taylor, who was shot a few dsys of faith and labor of love would take a little Danville shooting and calls on his weaken-ia- g and the others a quarter each. sgoby Bruce Hardin, died last Wednesday. Residence, detains House; offlt. opp. W. N, Hogan, who was elected volume to narrate it. How It began, at do Kit. lUnk. Speclil attention todltotHi of Centril friend to rally for another attempt to womtc Taylor had been ahot three different times, of Grant county last August, baa all the LORD'S works, In the lender and cblldrto for lbs pail eighteen yetrt. (l&Vlu: 1S8L It is a pity debauch the State In and either ahot was sufficient to have killsome Guiteau don't shoot daylight throu resigned. His health had been falling him ed him. One shot waa given in August, ''blade" sprouting from the tloy seed; then for the p'aat two months and haa gradually going on In steady growth to the "ear," unthe little beast's carcas. ! another in September and the last in Nogrowa worse, rendering him incapable of til now it haa almoat arrived at the maturvember; and (he last bullet entered in exTk ia tb'e way the money goes: Four attending to any business. ity of the "full corn in the ear" all thla We will oflsr at public suction at lb teildties barges and ateimboat hull which cost the actly the same spot where the tecond hit MiDufaclurtrs of is in a heavenly record if to fitly set forth of lb lit. Ltlt II. JoDit,ou The Sun aaya it costs Woodford county him and he had not recovered from the government $100,000 three years ago for In an earthly one. I hope some sanctified $1,500 lo board ita paupers out and urges Otli, 1SS3, T1IUUSDAY, first shots. Now, which shot cauted hia the National Board of Health, were told the authorities to buy a farm and compel pen will put it in auch permanent shape In death? at auction in New Orleans Thursday for all the Our personal property, tonilsllag of Uoorw, ISiikIi, liliiiilN, ll'lutlew paupers lo go toil. In thla connty Mr. Stephen Newcomb, who has been a suitable publication that the LORD'S $960. They had never been used. 8cT.n bead offitcersl vein ltd ueit Sprtug, 8 e where we have such a farm, the protpectiog for lead, ia reported to have people may know of it far and wide and II.UeriDril era-Ii eitia good Utrera a jretrs Foreigners are not arriving in this keeper gets only $05 per head for adulta found a mine near the SInka of Roundttooe put thla noble charily down upon Ibe list old neat bprlog, a Calset, a numbtr ol Milk mill Door FrimuH, Moltl- uwt tnd ooo dlgred Hull; alw on. pill o country as fait as formerly, though the and $35 for children per year.. be almost ol those not to be forgotten in prayer and sou uu.utisoi Hliell, ioj LOU. o creek. His ramplet are said to wort tiuirt, Com, siticksoflliy and IWtbocktot Fodder number now is quite sufficient to tatitfy all IiiK. Scroll Saw pure lead. It it ao absolute fact that there not to be alighted In giving. W. will lUo rent lbrsrra DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Acrra by drawing-rooS.i far this year 601,-03-7 reasonable demands. We are having bible read teldi, Macreilnartuaodlialtac of 300 go In corn. is lead somewhere in that vicinity, as old to under, cub In hand: Taaut: Suiusof have arrived, which ia 100,078 less thw Werk,Turu- Four, acres of ground on the Lexing- citiiens ueed to procure lead from an old ings nearly every afternoon, in different orer tbit amount, a 111 Hid of 1 luontbs, with Intercredit daring the same period last year. ton toad belonging to Maria Welch, a col- man who said he had found the mine, but homes, that are beginning to tell for good, est on good UNOtliM. nolet, ueabU lu Uinki ws-i- i au.v, Jim. l,. it, (Sun lUK JLHtbo Work, A Vukdeheh hue at last been sentenced ored woman, was sold publicly, on Monday, would never tell where It was located, Mr. with Increasing power. day) we begin in Rurgh Hall, Partick a for $200. Newcomb ia a native of tbia county. He ia the Mercer court. Squire Speed Taylor ! FloorliiK, CellliiK.WcatU- W. II. Lucat, E.q , of Kansaa Cily, went to Kantat several yeara tince, but re densely populated suburb of Glasgow. It gets two year in the penitentiary, as the . Mo., sold on Monday, 20 shares of First turned last spring on purpose to hunt this it easily reached by tram from our present case was too plain for a hung jury or an lodgings, so that we will make no cbauge, I will 111 at public auction t mj plct Dear Mt erbeHrdliiKt UrcHNotl Lumber, betide he had lost his prestige and National Rank stock, for $101 per share. lead mine, Will baa been preaching at Bennett's M. J. Farria was the purchaser. The balThe following list of marriage licenses wasn't the man he used lo be. And other ance, fifiy.five shares, withdrawn. have been Issued since latt report: Wil- Cloe,in Dalkeith, the paat week, with IltlUAY.XOVKMIlKIta.'l, 1SS3 The Richmond lltrald will please obMr. William Brown who has kept the liam Owens to Sarah Ann Sowder; John A. good tucceas; Praise the LOBD1 Wife All uy slock snd crop, consisting ol serve that the decision of the Superior toll gate on the Stanford and Lancaster McGuire to Mary Ann Hansel); W. II and Georgia went over there yesterday and One bunch nf titnl joud Caltrt, ytariingt, which we complained, haa been pike for teveral years past, ia thought to Gentry Court, of to Martha Dowel; John 0ent to will May till Monday, gueata of our dear "year oldi and a number of ijwd milch changed. Now what have you to say, Bio. be In a dying condition aa this report Mr. and Mra. Jas Tod, of Eskbank House. cloies. Mo) lie May field; George Hasty to Mandy Ctos, 'JO htad of broke Mulct, 8 or 10 Alia Dsllers In Kewlon T His disease ia blood poisoning, caused by a Claunlz; A. J. Baker to Rota Hardin; Dan I well know how they are enjoying that yooef llorttt, lut of fat lloqt, fine lotofShoalt, '1 Ihoroujfibrtd The Oregon Legislature has airicken the sore le. of many years aiaoding. iel Elder to. E J. R;ers; John Rogers to moat hospitable of homes. Evtr in Jesus, Sutlulown llucli and a word "male" from (he tleetioa law and Geo. O. Barnes Sheriff, Meyer, on Saturday evening .Martha A. kldr; Albirt Owens to Susie lot of mountain Jiuxt ulto, ! bow women will have a many right at the sold t ie personal effects of Michael Kelly Bastion; Ambrose the Vorn jrou-- n on 30 acrct of land, ClaunU, Jr , to Luella bas decided to Lave a jerUithvllle palls ia that State aa their., We lord and a pedler, who died at Mr. Kettle 3 barrel Amie llrundy of wy oim Fox', Hooks; Thomas Stallsworth to Sarah Brew- manent Exposition, with a capital stock cf Ctlloousor tillsfvr pltti W keep altrgt negroe. malt and one dutUlery twmiite fur makinn some time a.o. Mr, Kelly hal a family In er; James Luns'ord to Polly Runnls; John 1300,000. ttock and will do our Lett to please you la prltet it, llouxhM and Kitchtn Furniture, At., i(e. and qtallly etuattrlal. A,jr-Kof fellows befs.dutcbmtn $1 at Ireland whom he visited periodicilly and L. Thompson lo Bettie Burnett; John 11. At Knobnoster, Mo , Mart Ilecderson, Cleveland, that be could not get outside of to whom he was tenderly attached, but Waller to Nannie Parsont; S, B. Urice to wife of Jamea Henderson, a wealthy f aim Tutus,. -- All sums of 119 snd under, raibi ostr thit auojul a credit o( ilxuiuiibs with lotereit. v.ixriLi.h' security reulrsd, MMLh nrttea tannics oi wnisay, .us..won ins mc a death overtook him at last among Nannie Shrewsbury Van 8wearingin to er, was burned to death bj her cotbe HeinlW uoita with irt.u. ii. it it. tjjiuiyiu a dead man intid of an hour. Sarah E. Nicely. catching fire from the grate. 11. T, Hutu, Auctlolrtr. ItiMd Danvlll., Ky, (IK-lTV, MaHe-(fo7i-"T- here, (r Saturday received hia commission aa assistant physician, of the Eastern Lunatlo at Lexington. Dr. Turner is a good physician, and Got. Knott showed good judgment in selecting him for the place referred to. The ladles of the First Pretbyletian church prepared a dinner, on Monday, at Jamea Hall. They fed the hungry from 12 until 3 o'clock r. l., and served an elegant supper from 7 to 11 r. M For the public to know that these ladles have inch a matter in charge, ia to Insure them patronage. A project is on fool to erect a Catholic church at Junction Cily. A good idea, there Is nothing like having a variety of religions in a community. When one sect haa everything its own war, that sect Is pretty sure to become tyranical, and woe be unto him who does not think, or pretend to think, as that sect wants him to. A large number of Boyle county have been aummoned to Harrodsburg, lo testify aa to the mental condition of KllaaB.ll, now on trial for killing Jeff in Roberts. Mr. Ball was born and ni-e- il Boyle county, where his lifelong character has been that of a peacable, man; one who would submit to much Imposition before trying to Injure the perpecllt-zekind-hearte- d OSf over Clllwnt Nations! Hank. OSes hours B to 11 a. H. so.l (hnn 1 lo a p. x. BAM e my-te- ll g This Is the way Marie sludiis French, It Is a verbatim report: Mtrie (lying in an abandon, of weariness on sofa.) Mania (book of exercise in hand, ver much in the dark as to the theory and practice of the French language but doing her best to hear the lesion ) mama! tee If I know how to translate these sentences. It t a shame In Madame to give me such a long lesson." Mam reads (Inquiringly;, "Whom did you call upon yesterday afternoon?' "Just think of It. Tom Bacon Is to In married just about this time this very night. Oh I juf tta rot. allt" roir Ai'er oVm Cvprtt midit" "I'rsytakea teat." "What did you tty mama? I was thinking of Roa Lea and didn't hear n word." Mama repeats Marie "Ohl JYraea im litgt, It tout prit What a shame in Madame to give me auch an unreasonable task. Don't you think so papa?" Papa (approvingly.) "It la a shame, tear! Set Madame adrift and let us ttmly the 'Primer' together. You pronounce bet ter than the Madame now, to my mind. Let us rebel." (Marie ha quite run away from me in French and I want to citch up.) Marie (still not satisfied), "Oh, nol I must endure it. Mama, say it over again." Mama (reading), "The ladiea are nol Inquisitive." Marie (quite animated) "Wasn't it a tplendid meeting papa? Kmily was almoat persuaded. She will com tomorrow night, I am lure. What wa that latt tentenre, mama?" Mama repeats: "The ladies are not Maaia-(patlenMarle-(dreamlly), lly), Menl IW-- Inii thttllrntlon ATTOIINHY M. DUHDHTT, f Ihsl.llM. is I fits nVVIs-strr Lancaster, At 3,A"V, ky. eor.fl.lnil Ihslaii taamtntlloo toa purchsM. on tad t . m. ih,t u M1SH HKI.I.H HCflllKH. RIzlstik: ROBINSON ENTERPRISE Grocery. J. L.ooiMVir.r.ic. eit, &E0. D. BURDETT TO cfe THE PUBLIC OO., trcUHTOM OIllIIva.-- Kentucky, -- Just Furniture, Sots, ana 1 Parlor and Ohambor i it Coal! Coal! re I. Garrard Co. Lands TOR SALE. FurnlturEUr (rener-alWillia- nllr Under laker' OoocIn B. K. WEAREN. 1 d i;j-i.'i- ui at-p- ot MIERS HOTEL, EY, Propr and its High Reputation, ca-e- IrllLUlVERY Car-lisl- a y "Water I. II. Baldwin Co., frt n. . T. E. WMITII, - cne-bal- f, PLANING MILL COMPANY Repre-ten'ati- Public Sale IEJ. t, poor-hous- joxm.v Salo of Porsoimitj - Building lVTaterial Farinliij Isinubcr ri..txi.a - TY 1 Tt .tl.ro t - ir aSemMfittttkli $30. 7 !" -- 200 barrel of corn told In Jesstmlne. Cheap line of Mote boards, coal eases, Charles llANronn. a Crab Orchrrd November 20, 1883 and hod at Bright A Curran'a. Stanford, Ky negro, I In jiil ten dart for curving a con- at $1 76 delivered. George Holme sold to O. A. UntA. HAnrus and thelf hirdware dinner at cealed weapon He replevied the fine of 100 barrel of corn, shucked In ihn (1.1.1. at f.15. T. R Walton' than elsewhere. . 4 N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train foltif Morth . o.ilh Kspresa train" Month ....m. " " Norh -..- -.. 3nttriororRaI I have 200,000 good brick for sale. Henry IUughman, Stanford, . A for tale, price $50. afe. combination lock (leo, 1). Vren. -- Thomai House sold oOyeirllng cattle at ft 3 NOW WHAT DO YOU SAY?" .... ........ .. 1 ' I 1 M DO l 01 J A. MEAT Ctltter. net. aatt. lard ran. r. m. r. v. butcher knltea, Ac, at W. II. Hlgglnt'. A.M. . LOCAL NOTICES. Ilur I'llNTu of Penny A McAllsler. Ammunition of all kind it McKobert attraction are booked In the near future at the Stanford Opera Home: Hirry Webber 'r Nip and Tuck Company for January and Dalrd' Mammoth MInatrela for Jtnuarr 4th. fin all w ran do la to wait and waleh for them. ( Thank you ir. Our exce llenl and en PERSONAL. terprMng neighbor, the Interior-Jour-NA- l hat reduced tomewhat th ilie of the Thomas Maiitik Joii.won w here but glret ample compensation Eumliy. by utlog amaller type and putting the Joixie M. C 8Auri.iT It attending fie price al$200 -- DintlNe Adrocate. Wayne Circuit court. J. N , W. nl J. J!. Cralf, leue for A riRE which Urtlrorr.1 the Pni,.i Philadelphia, Hoiite, a grocery itore, a barber hop and Mns. K II. IJuiiNflDEhai been quite a meat More, occurred at Harrodtburg SatIII for aeTtral daya. urday night. We understand that the IK. B, K KntNCI, of Cinclnni tl, waa properly being fully corered by iniurance with hi parenta Kunday, everybody it slad tocet rid cf the unlrht. Mn. T. W. Utooisj la In Loul.Tllle, ly building buying hogi for a picking liouae. IN Order to run the atamlanl llm. (I,. Hon. C. 8. Hill, cl Ltbanoo, I the K. C changed itt chedule hick 20 minute gneat of hla nephew, Cut. T. P. Hill. 0 the KtMeneer train Ifatlnf- - h., fn. rt. MlfS Anmr Ucciiahan, an Kaat End clnnati, now depart at 10:10 intlrad of 11 beauty, lathe gueat of Mini Panthia a m., ana arriree at 8:W P. M. ioatead of 4 a formerly. The freight train depart at Mies Annie McKiNNcr baa returned r. m and arrim at 440 T. it. home, afirra two weika' vialt to relatlrea In the West End. The way the L A N. got It train back Miik. R. H. IlnoNAt-oit- , 18 mlctilee waa to crier every tralntsitop, of Crab wa ihegueitof Mta. Dr. U. W. Uro no mailer where ten o'clock Sunday found naugh yesterday. them, and wilt that length of lime. The Mns. L. W. Burton, of SimerTllle, conductor and engineer had to change Tcnn., la ritlllng ber alstir, MIm Era their watche btck to 10 o'clock and proLocke, at tbe college, ceed. It wa done and without accident Mimh Decsie Drye, Belle and Jew too. Cook, of Huatonrlllt, have beta the gueata A LA nan aamrtment of cloak, of Mr. Oark Catls, alTurneriTllle. and circular! were ehlpped to me on Mn Milton RAMrv waa almost gone approtal for ten day and I will offer them when we heard fiom him arenlng' lo the trade at a email adranc on whole- Death will be really a great relief to him. tale price. Thsae in need of wrap hare a Mw, H. F. AiuiOLD, who baa been rla chance nf tecuring bargain not offered Itlng relatWea and many frlenda In Lincoln everyday. So take advantage of thla in y and OtrrarJ counties, will leaf far the next few day. J. W. Hayden her home at Peabjdy, Kinaaj. -- Wx are glad to note that Mr. J. W. We with to call Ibe attention of our Harden who haa been tick for ro long at frlendeand the public generally, to the hi falhera In the country, I able to be at fact that we willopm on Saturday next, hla old tand again. I( look a little the Nor. 21, a l ew and complete lock of e worse from hUcenfkeme&t but will soon and fancy grpcerlet, In the room next take on hit uaual amount of arolrdupoia door lo the Farmera National bink. Oui Mesjk. J. II. OtvsKl, U. A. Burntide, tlock will be entirely new and of the rear Soc. Owefia, O.8. Carpenter, Bulliran and nlceet quality, Very rttpectfully, Melcalf their French cook. Mote Dalleeger, return- - .Wiley. cd from their bunting and fishing trip to Mr. Jas. Dudderar ha decided that Cumberland tails, Batutday. Theygwt a thla I a much belter countrr than ant . good number of salmon, hot their part of the Weat and will not leave for hunt waa a failure, to far aa deer wa con. a he expuled. He haa ntirr!,.,,t cerned, gelling only one and that by ac:l the farm of J. C Tucker, 155 acrea, at $30 dent, the poor animal hating broken it rer acre and expect to apend tbe remainneck by felling ofl a cliff, der of hi day on it. The f.rm lie in a mile of Hall Clap Station and waa former-l- y LOCAL MATTERS. the property of Mr. Dudderar. Bur your grocer! of T. R. Walton.' Shot. Abe Mink, a timber Juan, wa New crop N. 0. Sugar at Bright A RELIGIOUS. thot in tbe forehead and in the arm, by Curran'a. John Balltrd, Friday night, at Crab OrTbe Garfield Memorial church, at (sencinc ltustel county aweet polatoea, chard. The two mm had been cfoa Mend. uhington, waa dedicated, Sunday. at W. II. Illggln'. but fell out while drinking. It I aald that Rev. H. C. Morrison filled one of Dr. Beer Virginia traoking and chewing to- Mink fired tbe fint thol, and wa blinded Hall's appointments in Madison, Sunday bacco at T. tt. Walton' by the powder but continued I.) thoot until The new Melbodiat Episcopal Church, he had cleaned out the boute. including South, Frankfort. Ky., will be dedicated by The thtrmometer waedown to U Fri- Mr. Ballard, who made haateto get out of tier. M. W. Taylor the fint Sunday in De day, and yeaterday wit away op in the the way of to promlecuout a (hooter. Both ce tuber. GO. are under a r re it. The wounded man waa Elder Martin Owen write tbat be and Larue and excellent lot cfhearyorei- - ufferlng coruiderably yeaterday, but it I Eld. Shtckleford have jutt cloud a ten coat and clothing juat opened at J. W. thought tbat be will recover. daya meeting at Providence, reeultlng in HaydenV The lime of the town" clock Via been lo confession. In our pietent form local are a apt to changed to conform wllh The meeting at the Methodiit church railroad time, appear on the first a any other page, wnicn l is minute ilower than before continue with increasing intereit. .There peclally when heme are fluih. We explained recently that the rnlroada to have been four confessions since Iait report: Remember you will only find ua at the tecure uniformity agreed to adopt four MIta Miller, J. T. Bovley and wife and one itore Owtley'a old itand, opposite the atandird of time for the United State, Mis Belle Hughe. Yeaterday' Cuuritr Journal tayi: "Un with an hour difference for every fifteen Bright A Cur ran. degree of longitude, commencing with the let the $1,000 debt on ibe High Bridge Those boya who prowl around the Col- 75th I paid, the property will be mtridiin. The time uaed by the lege building after night are known, anj if sold." For the sake of Christianity and for railroad in thla action I that of tbe 00th they are wiie they will take tbl hint. meridian, eighteen minute tlower than tun the overthrow of tbe devil, Itt it be sold by Remember that you will flod ua at the time. By the pretcnt running that lumi- all mean. We have received tlnce latt report for Hale A Kunnelley aland next Siturday, nary rives at C.20 and tela at 4:10, a mleer-abl- e tbe Uarne tent $5 from Mr, E T, II. and division of the day. Nor. 21th, Very retpectfully, Mttcalf A family, Dayton, O., and by an overtlght $3 OwIey. Havi.no no deeire to parade Squue from Bowling Green wa omitted from for MY expente are 10 tmall aa to enable Portmau before the public aa a fee grabber, mer statement. It wa from Mr. J. D. cloter than any one elie. we take pleaiure In giviu,: his ttatement me to tell good W..J.D.H. and J. aW. The total cow If you know your own Intereit you'll buy concerning the holding of an Inqueat on I $G4. of me. T. It. Walton. tbe body of Tom Full. "I don't auppoee Six per cent , or $18,398,353 of the Lovell'j Lihrahy at McHolerta A you want to misrepresent me," ho com- property of the State exempted from taxEtagg'. Nicer than Heailde large, bold menced, "o I will tell you about It. In ation. Five and a half million of tbi I tbe firat place It I not the county attor- church property, of which the Catholic type and containing all Ibe standard and ney' p'ace to order an innuet. Any own $1,133,787 worlb, the BaptUt $1,095,-91" of the day. popular norel migiitratecanboldoneln the alienee of Methodist $1,003,202, Presbyterian A oooi) lot of boot and ahoe that were the coroner If he tbinka it necemry, or if $81 1,570 und Cbriittane $579,312. cirrleJ orer from last year will be cloud one of ibe friend of (he victim reiucit it. out at J. W. Hayden'a ' at reduced price. Albright wa not in custody, in the true LAND.ST0CK AND CROP. Take a look before buying. being only under a guard, which the Sale of 10 2 year-oltense, mule at $95 are New Prunes, Flgi, Curraolt, Rulalur, court had no right lo appoint nor to allow. reported in Ibe Woodford 6'utt Wheat It quoted In Chicago at 91) for Cracked Wheat, Buccwheat There i no law for ptriuiltlpjr. a man Flour, Florida Orange, Malaga Grapes, charged with tuch a crime, to go around November and May at $1 Oil. under guard, and a Albright had not been I bare 23 thoroughbred calves, heifer Ao, jti.t recelred at Blight A Curran'a. " in town that day I could not aiiutne that and built, for sale, S, II. Baug hinan, StanThe Lmcaater people bare tent a peti- he would come, anj to when Haunted to ford. tion to the Pott Matter General, asking do ro I htd a Jury tmninoned, took tome J. W, Pennington told to A. T. that a mall line be put on between here and evidence and adjourned till next morning, 4 fat heifers at 3o anJ a lot of that town, and we tlncerely hope it will be when fiodinc that Albrlirht had come in I 316 lb bog at $1.10. ' granted. discharged them. I make no claim for the Squire M, C Porlman hat sold hi I am now prepared to furnish bulk oy- - 0 and mortovtr I Intend to divide the! firm uetr Mclvlnner, 130 acre, lo Evan Fenona. desiring amount cetien by mo for the teveral Lyon at $10 j cr acre. (era (n any ijuantity. I bar John J. Moberly bought of Aleck F. ojeteit for Thinkiglring day will pleaie w.i Cor. Daugherty, leire their order and they will be prompt who, Ia;r'wlit,v. a, ihouldbaveall the Moberlf, Q y euillcg hejferjat $25, and 15 fee beli uglng tt l(t tlGcj." itock hog at 4 emit. ly filled.- - &B.My. Nick (took of bit lbiIT card it Tenny A McAllsterV. Colt's Double at A Htigg'i. Standaho read mixed paint it Mo Robert A Btaj g'. Jo. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A Mc A lister o!e agent. We cm tell you gun any nbere from $ i to (75. Mc Itoberli A Sliir. IIpanii new iirck of erery thin In the Jewelry Hue it Penny A McAllsler'. Watch m, ClocVn and Jewelry repaired and warraniod by Penny A McAllster. Fort corglis, colds, Ac, list Compound Byrup White Pine. Put up In 25a and 60c bottle. Trial sit 10c. Mcltolsaita A Brtech-Inidlnu THE attendance at the Rink laat Friday light looked much like old timet and the boy had an unuiual amount of fun. Open rruiay night again. JcaT recelf rd a large lot of blanket and fhawU from a bahkrupt woolen home In New York that I wilt ofler the trail at rar. repondinly low price. J W. Hftyden. AN OLD realdtntcr remarked when he heard that Abe Mlr.lt waa ahnt at n,. chrd, "No wonder, a mink ttand no thowl wnere numan uelnga areaoolteo mad a of the most irrntn John T. Mnnr. nt Arr,r itni. aT.1 moditlnx depot agenta on the line. Mr. J, 60,000 pound of hemp In Lexington Mon- A. Carpenter I livinir the moat entire ail. day at To 0 per hundred. (faction STANFORD Intone $235. f.l. tar-get- of." - But ua two ll ei. iw d, do)-mi- Itt ata-pi- six-lb- MI-3u- it large. The Harrodsburg linttrpriit report 1st of 40 fat cattle at $5 00: IS dn . t .V that we cm never hire anv cake, When there I plenty butler on tbe and 30 dock cattle at $4 02 Hon. Jno, S. Owsley, sold to Wakefield market tliere i no teat and ricereraa. Th Farrl'. 150 head of 1.000 to 1.200.1b. e;g am wanting at present and can not be cattle at 4, 4 and 4 J cent. had at all. A telegram from New York says that THE Bintlat church bulldlm? I neirlt prtceson cattle are 50 cent a hticilnd cfT completed. The plaaterlng ia done and last week's mice and 25 off In Cincinnati. there teemi nothing to hinder III being Jamet H. Klnnalrd. of Fated muni. uted for wortliip by Dec 10th. The bap. sold 27 Southdown ewea at an average price tlttry will be put in next week, of $1.1 30 and 8 lamb at an average of $4,- Rfuben William ha bouaht J. II 60. John Murphy' trotting horse, Frnk, Farrl' intercut In the butcher bntlnet of tarrlt A Ramsey and the new firm will be and running male, made a mite at Prospect William A Ramsey. They are buying up Park, New York, Friday, in 2.08 Thi beat Maud S'a and all former record. hog with a view to packing 300 or mote. Danville Court. A nood crowd and The new General Superintendent, Mr about 400 cattle on the market. Sale of Bradford Dunham, Vice President Smith, nearly all tbe cattle were made at 2 to 4 end other official of the L. A. N.. missed per hundred, about eme a latt court day. over the Knoxville branch, Siturday, on a Mule were dull. Horses brought from $40 tiur of Inspection. The Louisville CW to $125. mortal ay Dunham get $20,000 a year. Tini W. Hlsalut, who I buvlnir hoc in Louisville for White. Alkin A Cr, n.A. DEATHS er, write under date of I he 17ib: Hcg At hi home near Oum Sulphur, on hive been telling very britk for the past Friday, of drorr, Mr. Jamet Robert, few day at from $4 00 to $190, the last known aa "River, lo distinguish him from price wa only paid this morning for select another of that name. Hewatin hla 721 hogs. The above firm havekllled none yet; year. 13,000 hog have hctn kilted here this Mn. Rebecca Ballenger, worn out week up to this morning. Only four pack with the weight of nearly 83 year, passed Ing houses are killing. pecefully lo rcit early Friday morning-Fo- r nearly three score and ten yeart the IN MEMORIAH. was a member of the Christian church and The d death of those vounr frl.n.l. devoted follower of the Lamb. She was and nelghbori, and all within tbe short twice married, her first hutband being a space of two weeks is peculiarly distressing. Misener, with whom she lived till her I refer to the death of Elijtli, Roe, and CJlhyetr, when he died. Two years later Laura Pepples. All were believer in the she married Mr Btllenger, who lived but word of God, and Elijah, especially, took tin year. Since hi dialh the haa made m by the hand In hi dvlntr hour and her home with her daughter, Mr Milton said: "Mr. Cook, firewell. mar God btna Raney,at whoe house her funeral sermon you, meet me In Heaven." A hi father waa preached, Saturday morning, by Eld. stood by the brdtlde, and heard these Shouse and her remalo were laid away in words, 1 trust it will be a warning to him the Buflalo Cera elery. and that be too. will be nrenared la m.t bis stinted children in the better land., UARRIAOES. Parents, grieve not, for the loss you tutUin Hon. Itaac Palmer Caldwell, of Lonia I their eternal gain. Praite the Lord. vllle, and a daughter of Msyor Jacob, are S R.C. to be married next month. Lewi Morris, aged 70, and Martha John Hunt, of the vicinity of Hunt. Doing, a widow, were married rille, ilutler county, is eiahtr three rear. at Cuba, Pulaski county, laat week. old. Mr. Annie Hunt, hi wife I sevsntt. Mr. Chat, R. Carrier, a widower, and nine years old. Tbey have lived together Mi Mary E. Hutchiion, spinster, were a huibind and wife sixtr four tear They have twelve children, and their des married at Din S. Sktdmore'a last week. --The Irish giant, Patrick O'Brien, and cendants, children. crandchiidren and Mir Annie Duoi, the German giant, grandchildren number two hundred nd recently on exhibition in Harris' Muteum sixteen. Cin., will be married in Pittsburg to day. RETT ADTlBTISKaEXTS. A yonog lady, of Danville, wa mar tied the other day to a Mr. Chestnut. The young couple expect to find happineaa In. growiug successive crop of Chestnut In the weet by and by Breckenridge New blolen. from my The marriage of Mis Annie McAIia- - Friday Blcbt,iht stalls at Stanford Junction on ih Instant, a d Hone, five rears old. I ter to Mr. Thomas Johnston, of George. ........v. .uiuiuiauva mnwill narareainu loniir town, In Cincinnati, list week, took her ojvtrj, ALBERT CAJtliEX, many friends and relation here by sur Stanford Junction, Ky prise. They have been lover a long time, but no one thought that tbe marriage ! would cccur so soon. MIra Annie vra one of our loveliest and most accomplished All persona Indebted lo lb young ladle and we wish ber and here all estate of Bbanka the happiness that their fondest hope can Bpoonamort, deed., will please call on rot and set' once, Ibsse lutlct; elalms sgalnst it will tie st expect. present Ibem properly ImmtdlaUly. to the community It teem When yoa conilder the fact that flUELL & SON Employ an Exnert in bay erery hide going Into their tannery; that theie hides are tanned on th Old Faihlon Long Time Cold Liquor Procen, under tho careful lupervition ot Mr. 0. BUELL hlmtelf, a man of more than 40 year' experience; and that thl Leather coming out of the Tannery if again Carefully Culled, me poorer discarded and only the Choice going to the BOOT and SHOE FACTORY, Where, under the watchful eye of Mr, E. W. BUELL-bo- rn and bred to the buiineii, every pair i hammered out under the Old Time Elbow Or eato Style, certainly it it not itrange that in Ohio, Illinoii. Pennaylvania and New York, where they have been known for the past 40 yean, Are uiuiually styled "THE BEST IN AMERICA!" WEARS SOLE AGENTS. Bruce, Warren Co. GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanford. Kentucky, -- Dealer In- - Hay', Grain, Seeds, Wool. Buggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, Farm Wag. ons, Harrows, Sulky Plows,;Cultivators, Grain Drills, Corn Drills, Corn Planters, Reapers, Mowers, trt Threshing Machines, Powers, Saw Mills Engines, Feed Cutters, Cano Mills, Horse Stolen ! Ih facl, all Kinds of Farming Implements mid'AgricuItural Machinery. Keep on hands the Large! Stock of such goods to be fouud la Central Kentucky, and at prices that will compare favorably with those of auy dealer anywhere. t9' IVOTIOJE irtvtn GROCERIES! PROVISIONS, JOIIX M. JIAXL, Executor. Now Drug Store! Crab Orcbird, 1 have chanced mv bullosas from m Fiirr On. eery lo a Drof Store, and aak the palronif cl tbs puouc. air. A. M. rlert, an oil Drujglit, will ail prescription! for mi. IW-I- By mutual af reement the firm of Farrls A Bam-1- 7, dain a central butcher business, his dlwole- ai'-'rsnavitow hit Intereit to KtaWn Williams. Tha new arm wlU bo Williams A lUm-e- st and will eontlnu buitnete at Ihs aim ilsnd, where we hope to recelts a contlnuanco ol tut a en- .rfliu Mlranin .U.n In Ih. ..1.1 It- -. Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, TinHew Firm. ware, &c, t J.H.JtAlLEY, Xj IKMt Court-Houi- camp-groun- d For Rent! AT LOWEST PRICES Midlion .T- WICLIAHS Jb JCA.HHEX We, Ih undersigned CommlttM for Lodge No. IS). V. A. 11., will oa SATURDAY, All o'clock K jr., their new XOV. 2J, 1SS3, r. rent to th blthrit bidder at "MaaonlellaUin Klrkisllle, Madison countr. 23x0 feet, with No. 1 eellir SUM leet, for a uulred toitrsialdComultte a note with rood aattifllvari lha nt i .!. Li E.M WALKER. V f. CllltlSMAN. H. U. COY, lM-- t Store - DFtooxn. J. u. w. P. PREw;Tr; EMBKV. T. R. WALTON'S, i m 1 0, Iletweeiill a.m. and tt. belor tha Couit. houjadoor In bunfoid, Kjr., at public auction lo tbs hlgbsit bid ler In th order ninied. Mnl. a Tract of It A. and I P.. th trrctofDiTioD Tuiier.on the waleri of Csdir In treek.It. Lincoln couoljr. and with tbe tract a . . A .il.1., ..lA.1 ....I .1....... of MH Acres conssred lo Mary E. and l'arnlcs ,rMl 0 II Acres, then Nun-nelle- y, lIi, olered lepiralrlr and and Ihs highest bid sreepted. II iiiui vi wbt orer roencd lo lb ji.Acr Tract, ool over wide and aa near the Tract as practicable. Tbs sals ll uads to lbs dibit of Dayton Tucker, -UM-lthai a in mi at t a. I. .1..1 I. ett iati uilUa 40.1101 tbliactloo. iioJIUf uuntht. Iloiidi with tp. I'roiiKl leturltv mjulrid, paraUs to CvmrM bear- . lliir o Imti. .!.... i eriudguitnti. Lien My stock of the above goods is now very comprehensive and my MOXIAY, DEOKMUEK 3, 'S3, t r. prices for them EXCEEDINGLY s!l IK Low. You are standing in your ... .. I.I. Tyc.k.l.N.onal, "u own light if you do not buy of me. u ihallAcrslrsctwIliU I mean every word of this, as you itktl IJ j ' ' will see by calling at the Postofflce Tkhij br ...I. .. Country Produce wanted. ' ll.t., ir.XC'iftM.UL.C.a store. Llncola Circuit Caurt. Dayton Tucket'a Admr. tt Dayton TuUtr'i His., Ac. Kollcof sale. Puriuint to a Iudi2iunt h.r.ln ih n.!..!.. teiu, milt, ol tbli court, tbe undented Comiolt- - Gomr.'s Sale of Lands siieMirarieTiiinrili a whole, v H- - H- Missts for lltreius Ontf, The Appeal tells us of a MarytvlIU gill ;)j who U deriving quite a lucrative rettnue from the sal of kisses at two bits a dexsm November 20, 1883 Stanford Ky., "It is reported," say the Appeal, "that doasn and last week she sold forty-seve- n that her receipt were $11 2V At regular A Fathers Lttlsr to his Son. but ho My Dear Sox: -- What would you Ihlnk ra'e h should have had $1173, SO, corn to our bed-s!J- e eoldonejoblotof twelve doten for $2 of jourscUif you would whlcii accounts for the discrepancy. It Is erety nllit, n I awakerilnir us, tell tit in addition to these receipts, you woutJ nit allow us to sleep any nior? hinted that, iloine.; and that one devoted admirer ha prevailed on her That It just what you are to make a spectal contract, after th fash ' Is just why lam op here a litlU after midcompany, unwriting" to you. Your mother t near. ion adopted by the railroad night aide to aide, der the term of which, and In consideraf worn out with turning from doing all his klwtng with her, and sighing beciut y6u wont let her sleep. tion of his who nursed you In your In. he Is charged much less than the regular That mother that this oecu fancy, tolled for you In your child hood and schedule rales. It appear for lwkeJ with pride and Joy upin you aa you lalory traffic has bten going on growing up to manhcoJ, aa the count" months past without the knowledge of any were would persons except those Immediately concerned on the comfort nnd aupport you CHCKCR IHRICT0RT. T. i glre her In her declining We hate read of the most barbarous manner In which one of the Oriental nation punishta some ofltn criminals. It li by culling the flesh from the body In email cutting off the Hmba, beginpiecea-ilo- wly ning with the fiogert and toes, one joint at ifine, till the wretched tlctlm die. That la jusl what you are doing, you ate kllllog your mother by Inches. You hare plant ed many of the white baira that are appear !,, ihlrklr iii her head before the time. YoUtcru! hands are drawing the lines of aorrow on her dear face, making tier 100. prematurely old. You rulht aa well ellck your knife Into her bady erery time you come near her, for your conduct la Blabbing her to the heirt. You might aa well bring the coffin and force her into It, for you are pressing her toward it with Tery rapid ateps. Would you tread on her body If prostra-te- d on the flooi? And yet with ungrateful and foot yon are treading on her heart crushing out It life and joy no, I didn't long sir 'joy,' for that la a word we bare ago ctased to me, t because you haTe taken it away from us. Of course we hare to meet our friends with smtles, but Ihey little know of the bitterness within. You haTe path-wa- y taen all the rosea out of jour sister's instead; and from thorns the pain they Inflict, sMldiDg tears m of. Thos ten seen cauralng down her cheeks.' you are blighting her life as ours. And what can you promise yourself for the future? Look at the miserable, wretches whom you meet erery and see in them an exact .1.. nn id. picture of what you are fast coming td and will be in a few years, men iniueeuua drunkard's doom! For the bible .ays, "Ko drunkard Wall Inherit the kingdom of God." Where then will you be? If not in the kiogdom of Gad you must be somewhere else. ViIl noUhele couiidesalloris Induce you to quit at onceand for all lime?; And may God help you, forlle canlnd lie will, if , you earnestly aak Him. Your affectionate, but ' father. The body of a young man, apparently about twenty year of age, a stranger both discoT-e- d to the crew and the passengers, was in the hold of the steamer Professor Woermann of Hamburg as the sailors were unloading heron the 28th of July last, near Little Popo, on the western coatt of Africa. The body was found completely blocked In hyjiuge .biles upon bales of merchannise and diner heavy goods, sufficient epace.how. left for the unfortunate erer, having-beeman to breathe and even to move about a l(Uie. 'lijjpas' sypjioied ,nst h haJ coa tri7ed to ensconce himself and when the bevessel was about to sail froai Hamburg, ing under the Impression that her deitina-tio- n was England, and that.he would there-for- e bs releatcd before Hie foodjWittfnhicb . he had provided limself would be exhiust-edBy bis side was the bine of a leg of mutton of which he lud devoured all the 1I had also found means of breakflesh ing a esse of,Hillaud,and had euiptiedtwo boiuls.-i- ' His provisions bavfnjbeen of escape, and there bsLegao-meineven of making lilf presence knownjthe or unhappy towaway"hVd"ajipirently died a ' 1 ngering death from exhaustion. . yar. i ., iirli ed, the participants being pledged to secrecy. But an Inquisitive little sister haa peeped Into the pretty girl's diary and seen the scores entered In the back of the book. Now th secret's out and lots of girls are inquiring at the book stores for diaries." The only thing that really amazes us in this statement is the extraordinary cheapness of the dainty. At that price they are more economical than sugar plum and all must confess that, sa confections, kisses are the most desirable article. In fact, 'for Its size, a kiss Is the sweetest thing in the market, and to waste such commerce upon a market like Marseille, where the buyers have no more appreciation of the value of the article than is indicated by the beggar ly price of two bits a dozen, is a downright shame In San Francisco those kisses would command $1 apiece and they could be sold by the dozen, too. But it is always the case. The owner of a really valuable discovery never know it value till the novelty nnd charm are worn away. Only a short time ago a young lady in an Eastern State got $3,000 for a kiss. And yet here is a pretty Marvevllle girl, with lips like luscious cherries and eyci like stars, face where blushes and with a pale and fever like dreams of blisa selling her kises at two bits a dozed It is nothing less than a crime. It is like Helling diamonds at ten cents a bushel. Why, a K lea in the Marysville market is valued at less than a beefsteak, while here in Sn Francisco they are actually worth their weight in gold. If th products of the country are undervalued in this way, what will become of the great industries of the Stat ? The next thins we hear, a hug will only be held at a bit a squeeze. Su-(hings are worse than agrariar.tem. It fa cheapening the most delightful luxuries Sao rrancirco Examiner. we have in life. rosy-tinte- d pa-itiK near Eufala, years ago John Hsnlwell woaeil and won Miss Jano Campbell, near OF ALL Elamvllle. Alter a few montha' wedded life the couple separated, owing to the wife's jealousy of her husband. Mr. Bant-we- ll took up his rctilence In Dale county, where he married, became the father of a 703 MAN AKD BIAST. large family nnd accumulated a competenT"ormorthnnithtrilofipnhuTtlio cy. Mrs Bantwell remained In her old XlMrxIratiMiistniiarl.lnlmonthasuocii known jo ir.illinm hii over uio worm c became the home and altera few year mo only safo rellanoo for1 tli roller of a 1 rain. It A ineitlrilne ncrlilcnus wlfeof a man named Johnson. All this shove prleo anil prnlso Ilia twit of its took place without the preliminary dikind, l'orcvcry form of cxtoraal pain Uio vorce, llecently the (eeond Mrs. Bantwell died, as did Mr. Johnson, thus leaving the original parties single once more. Bantwell been me greatly embarassed and was In Mnfftnnff I lnlment Is wltlicnt nn tonal. It penetrates flesh mill Intiscu la danger cf losing all his property through the very bona uinklna; thn oontlnn rqco or ain tinu mnsmmsuon imposclaims of his creditors. In this emergency sible. Its effect simon lliimnn Fleslinnit he went lo lite first wife, represented his thulinitot rvailon am equally woiulcr iui. 'ilia Aicxican s situation and urged her to resume the which hsd never been legally broken off, and thus, by taking advantage of the laws protecting wife in the homestead, he iMnlmrnt is rifeilnl by somrlwHly In I every liouso. Kreryilsy urlmpnewaor could keep out of ruin. The lady agreed I the iiRnui- - of au anTii! scalil or Imrn to the proposition and the couple are now Isulxlueil, of rlnwmnlla inartjrr n. I stored, or n valnabla liorae or pa d g the honeymoon so rudely I save it by tha healing power olthU thirty-fivyears ago. Ala ThlrtT-flv with special A own has'.taVeu place recently feature ef It THE BEST LINIMENTS 1 3 Mortlsoo. MKTIIODI8T, ererBun.lsy taornlnf an I Mlktsaerpt th third. Trsfre MUV a. M. Tbur lsr olsht. Hun.lar School at f .00 ir a.- -. s...i TIM aril. Its? 'II. C. Morrison, Buper IntenJsnt. l" if T iwriwr u PAalnr. Hff ttS ' AHSMI. 15 on Pocond and Kootth 8unJr. tnornlo and VfnS sf vntWIAMTsWi nltht, rrsvse MrttlDi essrv wsssiwsr aurr-nooftnnJsr School at t.10 A. si. B, K, Bsrroa Supsrlatssdent. at-rliniafl AN. Worship hTtiiVeongrrfsllen Cosy WsiCHrs Indian Vecetable Lord's dsy. rtetthlnf hj Ir. 1 W. ron this snd Fourth Lord's dsrs. sjundtyBehool onftrcond at t.lt. Jos. SsTerance, (uptlnUndit. I. J. IfeFI- TinnSBYTF.llIAN. SOUTII.-K- sv. L ror, pastor Sun.lsy School at .I0. John W llcut, SoparlnirndenU Oelon 1'isjtr Mestlnion, And aK llllc-u-s WadnesJsr nlihts, Bal to lake, Iwln pnralr vrtrr'able no f rip-- In 80UTH.-RK- II. C. imWK i.i. 5-T- sT M&Z '" C Pills LIVER Wlroiirt Atlllnirslsts. I Complaints MEXICAN opera as aboTs. oTANFORD. KY HOUSK.innDDrn nUDDHU j W. P. WALTON, - - VJ (;, Proprietor. GERMAN IN7IQ0RAT0R I ll I! ' Thou.io.lt of grtTM robbed of the ltlsata state hsaisna hi f 1 lM Rlhl hMlth t- - ScenCUhtroniatslSMtsot SlssefStius.fOaJd. ery Srslln rspselly, lochidlnc isllrry, (00. llMaonabl ralM to rood attractions. Addrsat rela-tlon- MUSTANG Stanford-- Female College. STANFORD. KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, Thli Institution will opsn Its Thtrteeoth Batttoa ooth7d Mondsy la Srplcmbar nsat ALL THE BRANaiKS OF A Which poitilrsly andperinsnanlly rorrs Xiiijia. (rauard by tarrsarsnlaay kind.) nrtttf-stn- f and all dlaea-e- a thai follow a II aa Iom of enrrgr, IcmoI sequtneaof Memory, nslrsraal laultoje, psin Is the lck, dlaineaaofTlaton, prrustur ohl as, and many othsrdlaeaaaslhat trad lo rontumpllsn sadapra-matur- e ts srsr. mall, for rlrrulars llk frr by Ths lSVlUHKA TUH la sold at II par boa, or si a boaM lor . by all druerlilt.or will 1 ,ot frea by mall, sparely sealsd, on receipt if prlr, by addrattlns t niru, t finl-hin- inter-upte- I II Adams strrat, TalrOo, Ohla. Sols agtnt for tha United fltalss, 11-- 1 Jt '. j. !" r.r, e Cut Clortr tor Hogs. There i a way of feeding clover to hogs In winter that should not be overlooked, and the plsn admits of economy and an It is to pass clover increase of po'fc through the feed cutter, steep it over night in hot water, feed to the hogs the first thing in the morning. Of course If the weather is cold, the steeptd clover will be cold also, and the preparation In the morning should be made by first adding enough additional water, which should be hot to make the feed warm. The decoction of the clover Is also nutritious, and when bran and meal is mixed and added to it the whole mass becomes a very palatable mess. A, feeding of such onco a day will be found highly beneficial, for the clover Is nitrogenous and makes a complete change from the cocstant carbonaceous diet of corn which Is usually LINIMENT which spr-frlllcares such aliments of tlio Ill'iLAN ri.i.SH "MOIYOIV KOIITJB." Louisville, Now Albany &., Chicago THE O.V,1 Cuts, Brtilara nmt nprauis, aiurs ami m. Olil Mines. Sitimirss. I Sor.a, tlrtra. l'rosf lllilalni. .. aait. stint I Mora Nlpplts, lntlaril cscrr ftarm uf .itrraal ills Brapa. It litals without sear. ror tno ubctb CitEiTtore It rure (tltrsliie. nnliiur. fMlir Joints. rounder, TTarntss Harea, Hoof Disrates, Foot Hot, rtrrcsr sVorm, Read, llotlorr Horn. Sirralcbrs. sVlnd- RrinTlni Tlirutli, IllnglMine, Old florri. l'oll I'lliu iiiioii the Msht ami evtrr othrr allinant In which ins ocrupanla of lb (liable anil hlotU l'artt ar Habit. I I'Sin Tlfal.ili Mlillnllff r.lnllllt (always cures ami uerr tUsuppvluUi I ana ti is, posiurci, r.nil Sealtli, -- lllianiuatlSm, Jnliiti, 4'nntrtittrtt lHirtlllngi. f nitlM, Jltima atlfr THOnOUGHENGUSHCOUHSE Ars taoiht, si wtll m MCOIO, THE L.A.NOUAOE8, D1IAW. INO AND FAINTINO. Railway. LINE IIL'NNINII riillinmi LOUISVILLE Pnlnco TO Carsl TERMS MODERATE, In Tnltton, rrlecs rsnea from IIS lo IW In th reealsr Ptpaitusnu. Ill mar, U, IntamsJIat mparstosr, IW, and COllrlata, 50. AND SOLID TIIAIN3 CHICAGO tr!l. Ill. IRS. H. V. TKUi:iir.ART. Frlssrlnnl, atasbrd, Lincoln Co., Ky. For full particulars, as la Board, Ae .addrau KrscutNorirt I'asMngers Iroui tha Knot-Til- ls Branch of I. A N. It. IV. arrlta In LovliTllls In Una la lata lb timing train of the "Mono Iloute" and an through to (Jrcenrastlf. CraTtforJstlllf, Itrajctle and Chicago without change. TIME TABLE. STATIONS, , lully Lea. IulTlll Arr. ttrrencatils CrsaforJ, tills . given three or four times a day. Any kind of hay can be fed in the same manner but clover is better than any other. It will be eaten readily, and will do more to ward efl" disease than anything else, besides pushing the hogs forward very rapidlyTo mmm CatSiRE r02 MAl-- BEST THE ALL OF 0B B3SAST. Dally 1 SI ... ? ' " " Ufarcll Chicago .. lllin1 ll.'pn .. ITHimlMpu .j ' 30 HI tip ia au St am pm a to a Ol p ia Th most direct route, wllh aslr ass chsngaof cars, ta all polnla la Wlaconiln, Mlnnraota, Iowa Kor lortktrlaformatlaa. addreu Nttruka.dc MLIlllAY XLLt:it,l. 1' A , III- Lealirllla, Ky 13 HEC0MMEWBEO DY rilYSICIANO. ' Oil for Wagon Wheels, A practical man says: "1 have a wagon sorrow-etrtcke- n . s of which, six years ,goj the fellies shraak so that the tires bccameTloose. I gave it a good coat of hot oil and eTtry year sine It has had a coat of paint or oil, sometimes both. The tires are tight yet and they have not been set for eight or nine rears. Many farmeae think (bat, as toon as wagon fellies begin to (brink they must go at once to a blacksmith shop and get the tire set. Instead of doing that which is oftsa a damage Jo the wheels, causing them to dish, if they will get some linseed oil and heat it boiling hot, and give the fellies all the oil they can take, it will fill them up to their usual size and tighten to keep them from shrinking and also to keep out the wattr. If you do not wish 'to go to the trouble of mixing paint, you oaa heat' the oil and lis 'a rag to a stick and swab them over as long as they will take oil. A brush is more convenient to use, but a swxb will answer if you do not want to buy a brush. It is quite 'a savingfeff time and money to look after the woodwork of farm machine ry. Alternate wetting and drying injures and causes the best wood soon to decay and lose Its strength unless kept well painted It pays to keep a little oil on band to oil fork banJIes', rakes; neck? yokes, whifiletrcer and any of the smallytools on the farm that are moreoj less exposed." ' t seek to attain continual equanimity and carefully to avoid everything which too (.axes' his foelinjta. Nothing more ilnt-m- lr quickly consumes the vigor of life than the' violenceof the emotions ot the mind. W knowilhat anxiety .a'nd car can destroy the healthiest bodv; we know that fright . JSi TTK". tTKiu nt lor. becomes deadlr. tnu'4 ici aniUf-ajjulet They who are naturallr cool turn of mind, upon wtiom noming can miU tnn iiawerful an impression, who are not wonto be excited either by great row or great joy. usee mo of living loog ana happy after tneir man ser. Preserve, therefore, underati circuit., itancai, a composure dm mind which no happiness, no misfortune, can too much disturb. Love ncthing too violently; hate nothing too passionately; fear nothing too slrougly. An umbrella to cover the city of Buenos Ayrea 1 described by a letter writer aa the newest thing proposed In the Argentine Kepublic. Messrs. W. Bournhofer and John Flucklgen say in a format letter to the authorities that for $5,750,000 they will erect in the Piaaade Lore a base 070 feet in diameter and 4,500 feet high, the ribi to be of cast Iron and 31 Inches in clrcumfer-cnThese ribs are to be 8 feet apart. The'llnlng'ls to be of wrought Iron an Inch and u half thick. The mallest pony Lbowb U the Pt of The the Baroness Burdett Vg and tuny stand only tbitteefl . "l-- l i' Ave year old. V Edison' 'Electric Light. U a wonderfu dtseoTery.but not a weiierful u Hall' CaUrilTCure. For safe by Penny & Mo AlSuV. -i Long Life. aho-atrlvSome one wisely saya that te term of life must nfier a long hut pleasant To Attain un.m The women of the singing association of Macon, Qa , have set a proper example to jheVojafa of alt the world. They have refused to appear nt the musio festival of Atlanta with the cornetist Levy, becaus this bras blower haa too many wives nnd hat been speaking to an interviewer very brutally about two be ban abandoned. This ought to be sent abroad to all women as sin example to them, even aa the counselor of King Abasuerus said he should let it be known to all women that he had served out PUOrESSIOSAL Queen Yashti, so that tbey might be taught kngg. lb tir places. to . w. aaoww, auc x. suiDiTT. A IUixuow ix a Clear Sky. At Wa- DOnDETT & BBOWN,, terbury, Cnn , about 11:30 in the moruing AXTO UNX. V8 A.T ' Jj ATW MT. VERNON, KY. wtidMr QlQ.'t. 2D, .while, the UMyr and blue and the aun shone down with a T. W. VaiXOM. WAtCiOB . TASSOH. warm and genial smile, there auddenlv apT. W. & W.E. VABNON, peared in the northern heavens a rainbow ATTtHtNKYS A.X X,A."V, STANFORD, KY. of wondrous beauty and brilliancy. For Offlc In Owsley & Bon's nsw buUdlni-- np stairs. about five minutes throngs of people gathM. PEYTON, ered upon the sidewalks end other conveATTOltNKY A-'-KY, I,A.W, bTANKORD, nient places to observe the phenomenon, Will prutlcs ia ths Courts of Lincoln awl sJ- Joining counties saU lb buperlor Oouit and Court which then gradually faded away, ot Appeals, tfpscial atteutlou strsa to collections. IW Stiiect Talk. "How much better you Offics on Lauiuicr sitwU ALEX. ANDEHBON, I.ook, Mrs. S I" "Yes, I have gained 32 ATTOUNEY A.X IjVWXV, pounds on Hall's Catarrh Cure. Have not DANVILLE, KY., felt so well In 20 years. It haa made a Will prictkt lo ths Courts of Boris sod adjoining complete cure and is worth $50 a bottle to counties and in ids iuri oi Apiu. any one that haa the atarrh." J. B. FI81T. . L fcr Raist Plants. A lady, whose beautiful plant are the delight of her life and the envy of all her acquaintances, revealed the secret of IXSWHANCK! success for the bene6t of the reader of the Extning Pott the other day. The soil is, Sevcn'First-Olas- s Companies, good garden soil, sbesays, about and the rest Is sand. It is kept light and loose about the roots; they are watered as ll!-a- i J. Vlltf.tVS, Aat .Stsaford. they appear to need it, and not according to any particular rulej'but the chief reason for their wonderful growth and bloom is this: "When any of' the leaves wither and fall, instead of picking them up and throw-in- g them away, I mate? little rolls of them and tuck them down in the earth and let them decay; and this is the only fertilizer I have ever used. Tblf," she added modeat-ly- , "seems to be nature's way. And the plants that have the afternoon sun only, grow and rival those that have the more-in- g sun." Btek ncadseha and teller all th tnwMr a Inel- A professor in one of the German unidcat to a bJioas suts or mi regard to the slaes, Ifinwa, IJrowtln"", versities has a new theory In In lh Rl.l. A. U'hl origin uf tbe human race. He says that aik success has Ucn itown In curtss "The abcriglnsl American and the people of the north of Europe are descended from bears. Towards the end of th glaHradache.yttCarter'sLIttloLlTeTnilsstseqnaay cial eeaton these bear iloated south on vaJublo la C'octripiUon, curias and rrrr utisz annoying eomplalaUsrhlla thry at4 correct iceburgs. Tbey could not return and ware thisdlwrdcrs of tha stomach, atlmoUt tha llirr all Xria If thry only curad aodnuuUtatlisbowcla. forced to make the beat of their quarter. Gradually they thed their furry coat, and in order to keep one. pair of feet dry they walked on their bind leg. After the lapse Ache they sronld b almost prlcelrss to thoaa wh y complaint; but of innumerable Tear 'these bean, under suffrr from this dlstrcastnitno t end hero, and tsota their coodneas dos going tbe process of modification, nltl who one try tuna will And theae little pills la ao many ways that thry wlllnot be wUUaJ mately were developed in the form of a (OitoveUwultbca. llut after all sick Lead bsses his theory or man. The professor argument on structural similarities between the man and tbe bsar." I toenail of so many Uvr s that here Is whets maA man in Denver kissed a woman on the our ftttt boast. Our plO cure It whUa , do not. street and he Jtickel himon jhVAfn. ether vanrr s uun irrr i uiw are nj shV'a.kWhimMf be ha'denongb;"ihd rrrycaayioiaan. VUVv, tnu do not ""i" or Then trfpa Thry are strictly vcsitablo and when he said "no," she put out one of his riuw, but by thrlr jrcnllo actloa plcsta all who usetbem, lavlsiaatxicrcis; nreiorsi,. Dva a eye with her umbrella. Such Js life in b vrcrrwhae. cr sent by tmX tbe far West. CARTIt MEDICINE CO., Xcir York. There is no one article in tbe line of medicines that gives so large a return for TAKE THE the' money as a cood parous strengthening and plaster, such as Carter's Smart Weed & MISSISSIPPI R. W. Belladonna Backache Plaster. ro Tin Fire.Lightning Tornado hr two-thir- LOWEST EATES1 J. Shi CUBE ana Oatorrh of tha Nasnt Catlty-Chroof tho Car, Ulcoratlrel Catarrh INTERNALLY,Cjro or and Throat. Ills taken th Blood acts OIIICOTLY upontno Srstem. nnd It Mwcous Ourfncos of host Dlocxl Purifier In th WOULD, nnd Is worth ALL that Is charged for It, for THAT mono. 'X'liXl lOTEMAL CURE nR'C&TASIlB nr-I- X T1IE MAKICKTa1 And we offer One Hundred Oollnr tor any Owao of Onfsrrh It Kill not Curw. VlltA, CLIU: ASV CASH. Oflce of A. T ErtwitT A Cx'l Cntctoo, I1U Juno 4, ltao. ittUTt F J. CStntitt ' , Tat'do, O. Ucnllrmrn. I take rIeajur la lr.f rains rod I bare used Italia CaUrrh Curv. It has cured ra- - Iwjverybod and don't bealutato say 'hat It will cwra any eoaa ot Catarrh It ukea Voura truly. rroperly. J. 11. TTtaTittsifoan, WORTH 8IO A UOTTia:. Har ha.1 K. Mcsjut. Jackacs, Mich., wrttrw Catarrh for) yean. Hill's Catarrh Cure cured me. Consider It worth tiatOa bottle. hotttn. by all Druintlsts at "acts. I ManufacturaU and anllbr r J. CUEKEY CO. nla aSllBSBTaawalA. 'afJVp slVaVsf JIBsWleaZeTkJaVsr ltho M ST3. THK OR I AT Through Trunk Line til old tU lTvwlotors, TOLEDO, OUIO, rr i WilksotCriiige aid with Sped Uirinle. SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE ntOU LOCUTBXI TOTIIt Far sal la Stanford by fenny A MeAllater, SICK FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY Hating SOUTH & WEST Jacktoarllla, NoblU, PULLMAN. CARS KuktJllV VsafpMs Mill. Hack, Mtaiiemtry, Allaata, Saranaah, tad Jftw Orl.aa.. BEST R0UTETO FLORIDA la Palasa Cars Witbtat Changt, SHORT LINE TO THE EAST frost LoaltTlllala PalaaaOarswIthenlchaaga, j HEAD ACHE mm.--- -- ST. ASAPH, STANFORD, - - KY. hl Kefarnlslicil nnd lloilttcd tht. Hotel Front bassmsnt lo garret, CrniUnAll I O lint ol this road will rscslva special low rates. Ac, or wills Ol CUIPD1UTC Ss As-a- Sssklng homtaonlht l. ol Hilt Comptny for Stirs, rontts forts-natsl- C. P.ATstORtjG-P- . 4T.A. Loula.llla. Kr. . I KENTUCKY CERTRAL B. R. -- sr ran lutcMtl te Keep it In h Ntrlctty -- THE MOST DEJlRAELE UOUTE T- Os JtiHiiucr, Flrnt-ClaH- And leas Bothlog nndon that will add to th COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. And decidedly ths I'ojular Uouls. iffurdlog, as It does, Isss changes and superior accommodations to CI1VCI1Y1VATX! AUeiouri, xowa, &aniai, Aexai, ilmm-lst- t'ThtKorth, North watt and Wast. Ia fast, If yon i contemplate a Irlplosny dlrettlon, your lnltrett SPECIAI, INDUCEMENTS I your llcktu til To palronlit tut, aa I haresrsry conTBltnc.su(h wlllbs Lcttwrtedby purtkulog ralacaiats; 1U K. C, snd ClDdnnatl. l'ullmaa M NICK HAMl'Lf 11UOJI8, Ac., for their us. Commercial Traveler Are onVrcd 01 Baggage Traniferred to and from the Depot free of charge. OlssiasacaU. W. H. IKAXCIN. gant Mt Day loacqss, and nanutowtiy rurnitn ed Kecllslng Chslr Cars Ions th uaequated aquipnianisvi mis vu iiauaois, mertuy tuaaing a trip orer this Una one ol luauilous comfort and pleasure. Try It. TIME TABLE, IN EFFECa OCTOIIEU 21. UU Hontu. . Uo.-iKo. 4. So. 100 ant a 00 d to I BftstaWost And North MOM aT GHESAPEIIKEJIND 01 Lre. Corloiton RY. and I'alacs bleeplutc Cars to Cincinnati. Washing ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia autl Nsw iora,wuu-ou- t chaogs. "out 1)UI8VILLE to 3 BT.LOUlb and ttaWrst, X Northwcatand bouthwsst, with fstsr bleeptDe Cars on ulflit train, Loulirllls to tiu Louts. A"X1AE CINCINNATI, tha East O ih XNnrih. Irm l'arlor Cars to Cincinnati n.i Louisville . 3 from ! Kentucky's Route roa The only line running East LOUISVILLE lo Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPINO 0AES 2 rSlUS lO aa a- t. to P ia It 15 am Arr. rant....... III ro a ml SO ti tn Lit. l'arls Arr. Laxlngtan.. ItJCi pa 7 It) p nil upw . Lre, l'arls.. -- ... , o 0 p in Mtlltrtburg. .. Carll.le 700 p tel BSO pm Arr. klaytrllla.. . 11 23 a ia Lve. l'arls . " tvinchesicr 11 6) p m 04 pui "i Itlchiaoud...... i 15 p m 10 p mill Lancaalar . 00 p lu Arr. htanlord June 5 00 No. 1. No. I. Ho. Noam. " Faluoutb.. " Cynthltn.. 10 ISiiu aIUtl a pu S'i a ui - lupni ., lllpu put put p ui 17. o. CwtU-BsrtUl- t. ..... y n i? . It litter Fails, LV Will People are startled by it wonderful tion, a practice In tli IloctcistU Courts. Collecspeclallr. OOc la U) cures. The fact that Dr. Whitesel' GerLEH P. HUFFMAN. man Cough Srup for Coughs, ConsumpKTANFOBD, KY. tion and Lung disease I daily curing Offles 8onth sU Mala BUsst, two doors ebev thousand of this terrible disease has causths alrers UoUl. reed all wbo have tested It merits to pro- FursNttrous Olid Oas sdulnlstersd whan quired, remedy. Speedy nounce it a in affording relief, effectual in arresting DB. W. D. PENNY, further progress of disease. Try It and b Duiltlrtt, & iiiniiLV BTANFOBD. KENTUCKY. convinced. For sale by Mcllobert IiaIis) ... u n.. nti o. 1 toii.i. w. sM ma ."" use Stagg, Druggists. John D. Park & Son Iroui a toOTsr swot.and i.tissr. u, Aniilbttki J ( II A. M. Itw-ljr- .l Agent. ululstsred wnea necwurr. Court-hou- Attorney A.t XjIIM-Anil Matter Comtulsilousr KockoiitU Circuit Court HUnOUON to from LOUIBVILLE 3 O IN DIANA JL Day Coaches and Uf and ths North, with cllotof Cbslr Cars through without change. LOOK AT THIN ! Tbs?:ISp. in. Exprsas (dally) from Loultrllle has ralarablecplD Cars from Loulirllls to New York without chain, arrlslns at Waihloiura 111 p. tu. nsat day m-- Hours A SofaTETTRAIN raffi3'0 Iy., Lf Hour Ahead of All Competitors. UllNTIHT, never-failin- g -- a "" tlalhsO.A M. K'y Einhrranlaaod Hoiua-bsalithare lluough pay Coaches onalllralus. liar no tuldiilitkt chaoses. Arrlr at St. Louts 2 hours la sdrancsololhsr Hoes, thsieby securing tuor Ilia for to alia- - cbangt ol cars and gsUlD( Irst choke of Mats lu csra of counKtlng Hue. Points. IaadvanNOf other lines to Indlsnspolls snd to Chicago and lb only llos ifltlui Its palrooa al2-lul- ls For tickets and lurtbar Information, apply to For tlcksts, rate and Information pertaining to rids along lb shorts of Lake Mlehlgau. tlma, coDBectlont, Ac., call eu or address For tktsls, rales, tlu, uisps, Ac, apply to jour oeasst ticket offlca, or address Ticket Agents ol couutcllog IIom or addms W. B. McROBERTs, Aesar. JAMEH C. KKNNT, It. ti. DltOWN. outbrrn t'asissgcr Agt, Utsnfard, JCy, Usol. Wottru Agsnt, B. E.Cor. Fourth A W.lo sis , Loultilll. 310VV MuluHt., LouUillIs.Ky C. L. BKOWN, U. W. BENDER, W. B, 811 ATTUC. W. W. PKABODY, tlupcrlutradsnL Otn'l Faas. A Frt. Agt UcaU raateogsr Agt O. W. MM ITH, Uco'l alansvcr. Catlngtoo, Ky. H. W. ULLKH. Unclnnall. Uan'l tWr A(,t. GEO. U. UeKINNEV.TrsT. Taas. A Frt. agt, Usu'l Msuacar. JUchoioai, YLrglals. etaatvrd, Ky, J, P. HILL, Pausogsr Agmt, Lstsnon.Ky. Lte. Stanford June II 00 a in 1 li pot II Jl a ui 3 10 pu Laocatter ... . 11 0 00 a lu It 41 p ta 0 V) t, ta Hlcbuiood... Wlnchestrr ... 7 Su a u -raoat .... Arr. l'arls I 10 pu . X Lte. MaiiilH.. IIHl U11I i'l pull. JLeillsJVialCtCallClHalKta HHll Carllils... 7 SO a m 3 (i p tu lUKteu, Mllltrsburg... 7 M a u 1 J pia 1 15 a ml 3 09 p tu.. Air. l'arls 7 20 a m 3 IS p u Lte. Lexington " I'atls ...- -. I 15 a ui, S 10 p ml, 5 15 a'ui 1 10 n tnl l'ail Connecting lo sain depot with fast trslos lor Crutblsna.. t 50a ml SSI p u 63 a ui 415 p ni.. ' Falmouth.... Arr. Cotlngtoa.... II SO a ui 0 SO ii mU No. JS Lt. Lai. 00 a in, Arr. ki.j. rills 00au s zo ui, aisystiua The Direot Route to Lynchburg, Dan- no. ii i.t. Maj.tlllt ptoo aArr. Arr. Lax. s so p ta 10 a ui u, No. : I.T. No ! Lr. Ms). tills 11 40 p ui. Arr Ux 4 p tu ville, Norfolk, No. Lt. Cot. 8 W p ui. An. Falmouth 7 SO p ta ... ,H XTa BM tV k.w WW. m (A H.U.VH.1, t t.V. ." ... Vt..t.ll.l. H w m .M. A,.. l.m D . w B UI NocSandtdtlly bstwtea Ulchinond, Lexlngtoa All Virginia and North Carolina snd Cotlnglonj all others dally sxeept UuaJay. IISiu WASHINGTON CITY. . ii. Sp eoial Rates Emigrants. r A