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The Louttville Ommtrcial glvea Charley Klncald away aa folio we: The Nathville World tn tendering tbe freedom of that city to Judge Chat. Klncald, of Kentucky, thoughtlessly open tup a tore political quettlon. Judge'Klncald la the Private Secretary who recently gave Mr. Knott the appointment for Oovernor. The 1IWJ aayt, tn speaking of him: "More than a Tarago, If we mistake not, he waa the first to recognlia the eminent fitness for the Prrtidency of, and first to nominate for that high office, Hon. Joseph McDonald and baptized hit nominee 'Old Saddle. lajt,' " Tint It all true, but the HWrf ought lo have added that more than two yean before a year ago Judge Klncald bad allowed the democrat In National Convention to tpeak revera! timet flatteringly of Mr. McDonald aa a Pretldential candidate, and that owing to Judge Klncald' friend-line- s Mr. McDonald had been elected United Slatea Senator from Indiana. The World touches too lightly on thete great national lervicei of Judge Klncald. lilt greateat act, however, after being elected Private Secretary, waa to appoint Mr. Knott Oovernor. ElKCE 1801,clalmi have been allowed to 611,000 pensioners and it Ii noticeable that a great number of republican organ are complaining of tbe Immense draft on the public crib which tbeae pension entail. After tbe arreara of pensions awindle haa been fully aatltfied, the annual pension roll of the United Slate will not be leta than The grand total of pension $05,000,000. paid by Oreat Britain, after all her costly wart, ita little over $10,000,000 for army and navy. During the last four yeirt we have paid from $50,000,000 to $100,000,000 annually in penilont. The big arreara waa effectuated mainly through tbe effort of the Pennsylvania protectionists, wbodetir totaddle Increased obligation! upon the Oovernment, so that they can plead the necendty of keeping up ttifl" taxation, which it, of course, chiefly Beneficial to the protected and anb.ldlzed ect. C J. oat-ra- BER 510. 30, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 202. 5 . W. P. WAL1QH. Editor and Pnpnttor rubtlnhftl Turnhiv ntitl Krfrfnv, S3.00 XJ3It ANNUM. Whtapald ttrlcllr la tjtiift. It w, hart la wtll tor tint, 91.no will U ehsrjsJ. Amplifying Thl Empf ror n renlt PrKiK-Sl- ck War Problematical. Thl l the wajlttppmej In a (Bj Ffcclil Wlw from our own Correspondent,) Pekim. Hit MaJeatT, I In Emperor of China, during th ten daji hat been auflerlng Irom a compile-(loof allmentt commencing with a flthl touch of Inlluenai. The chill contract! at an etenlng fete during the featt of ranltllr assumed a Uphold tjpe. Dr. lionet who nam appeara In Iba Medical Director waa called in br Drvlll a natlr practitioner, and the two prescribed a concoction of fenna, quinine and klbetb, mentioned in the Kogliah On Thursday taut hU Mtjeitr took a Turkish bath which afforded him conildrrable relief, On Saturday ho waa decidedlf better, and eren waa able to peck a little for dinner. He managed to discus a plate made of puppy dogi' till., afstorlttdlthof the Mandarine, and teeming); enjoyed three large dlahea of bird' Beat aoup. On the it wm decided that an the Frroch were concentrating In large num. bera near Hon on the Wett coait (the place can be found In the Imprrlal Allan), it would be aa well lo Umiariie. It ia e thut er problematical whether the KmbuaaJor will recelre ioatructioni to proceed to ezlremitlea. ntm-paperi a Cablegram. ll o Lan-tern- s, kl-h- Chi-on- i ' I t II of the official year jutt ended with the Wettern Lunatic Asylum, at Hopkinaville, pretentt a remarkably cred liable ream'. Nearly per cent, of patlenta admitted during the year have been discharged recovered and only a frac tlonover fire per cent, of the whole num berofcasea have died. The asylum I In admirable worklcg order, the inttitutioa complete in all of lit appointments and in tplendld repiir. Dr. Jamea Kodman, ita Superintendent, ia a born administrative The mera alatemtat that W, II. Vander- officer, and aa a tpeclalitt in Insanity, he it bll'.'a fortune It $200,000,000 convert but a n peer ot the Tttj roremotl. Kentucky la vague idea of the quantity of gold and til bleated a having her unfortunate children, ver represented by the figure, and in order in whom the light of reaaon haa gone down The annual report of the Comptroller of to bring, the fact down to tba actual oca). Id the darkneta of lunacy, committed to the Currency rejerajo thejirpbablllty that prehewloaofracttcal 'people, J oho Bwln. tuch tender and skilled care aa belong! to all the threes will be, called for redemption ton hut made tome calculation! whlcliNre Ibwllng Green within the next three years, and eaya this interettlng. He finds that if Mr. Vender-bil- l' tuu noble inttitutirn. will reduce the bond held by the banks Omtte. gold wat converted into a aolld bar of from $353,000,000 lo $151,000,000, and tUEir IUUdino. In order that our gold it would require 7,000 vary able bod readert may get every advantage, we have caute a contraction of the National Sank led men to carry the beautiful ingot. made arrangementa by which we can club circulation of $00,000,000 per annum. "I haven't beared from you In aome lime, tht Iktejuoh Joitrnai. Rev. J. W. P. Fackler, formerly oi wrote an Arakamaw father tohla ton, "and with eitherof the plpera named at follows Louttville, hat made blmtelf famoua in fear that you are dead." "No, I am not Daily Gmrief Journal and Interior JouU' Georgia. Although a tuccewful revivalist, dead," the young man replied, "but I am WAI. one year $1250; Weekly Ouner Jjur It aeema he married two woman and tentenced to be hungocxf week. If you nal 53; Louiiyllle CWwerciof both of tbem. lie alto made a $3; Uarptit can ipare the time, come over. There will itagatine $V50; Jarixr' Bazaar $5.50; liar tpcclalty of periodical drunka, and proved be quite a crowd, and you may meet aome per't WttUy $5.50; GoJyt'i LadM Bool $3.60; himself a gay bird generally, lie hat of your old fritnda," Arkantaw Traveler. ikmortttt S3.W; IMtmn'i $3.50. We can kipped out to Texaa. The New York Timet hat a letter from lave you money on any other publication The "wishbone" wedding hat become the Wyoming detailing the effect of woman and will be glad to do to. correct thing. The couple stand beneath a auflrage In that territory in gloomy colon. Old bachelors who want to continue to floral wishbone. After the ceremony the Wyoming baa, gnly 80,000 population. aew on buttona and bride and groom are given tbe wishbone to tmoke their Woman tuflrage hat been the rule alnce alone and in alienee would do pull. The tug result in a break 1809. Corruption pf the ballot ia one of well to take to the wood. Lean year will and whoever holds the long piece ia themottterioui cbargea made at being due ue ncre in a uu anu me una waa never absolved from getting up to build fires In lo woman aufrage, before eo full of pretty glrla. Itia to be the morning. hoped that, knowing their right, the "glrli Sojourner Truth, the colored lecture A capital ahot wat made a few daya ago ami tibyl, died at Battle Creek, Mich., laat will dare maintain them," and tbui end the by Mr. Vt. P. Dunbar, of Adair county, Tuesday, at the age age of 103 yean. She mlterlei now experienced tn many old Ky. He came upen a flock of nine ducks Inter Ocean. waa formerly a tUve" and prior to the war bachelor' chamber. awlmming in Green River. He fired one waa trtquently uttd on the platform by the Mr. Geo. Oatet bad a ben that waa hatch, thot Into tbe fleck, killing eight, and aa the advocate of abolition to forwarding the ed on the day tbe civil war broke out, and ninth one flew up be fired tbe second ahot, caute. It died on Monday night, the 12th Intt. killing It. A crack In a ttbve can be completely Haying that tbe hen made an average of an A gentleman of Aberdeen, Mia., plac doted tn a uioaknt'' by applying a patte egg every other day, In twenty-twyearn, ed two carp minnow in hi pond one year made of wood uhea and common ealt mix abe haa laid 1,000 egg. Tbia I a fact. ago, and tn cleaning it out found 240young ed with little water. Platter over the MadUonville Gleaner. ones, Tbe two old onea weighed four crack and the apertura wilt be effectually Tht grow earning of the Baltimore A pound each. cl(f-ewhether the ttove be cold or1 hot. Ohio road fur the year ending September If you are tired taking the large, old- "The tempett coaars, the cyclone pauet 30, were $19,739,000. Tbe operating fashioned, griping pills, try Carter Little the wlnda (alia, the broken matt it replacamounted to 63 6'J per cent. The Liver Pill and take aome comfort. A ed, the teak la ttopped, the fire diet out company have a aurplu fund aggregating man can't itand. everything, One pill a but the bull-donever tela go." I does. VlJ,IV4,IV, forty-teven Semi-weekly mil-treatmeer-acbauaome-wher- e, ), I'RKttucK or Misn. A esgeged la the tejrtutt o( her domrttic duties, encountered a mouse in the flour barrel. Now moat lidtrt, under eimilar circumstance, would hare ottered a few gtnulne ahrleka, and then (ought tafelj in the garret; but thtl one poesed more than the ordinary degree of genuine courigV'Sheaummoned the man meant, aad told him to get the gun, call the dog and ttatlon hlmaelt at a conrenitnt Then the, clamored up atalre, and commenced to punch the flour barrel with a pole. I'ettnllr Ike mouse made Ita ap petrence, and Marled acroM the floor. The dog atarlrd at once in pursuit. The man fired, and the dog dropped dead. The lad Tainted, fel down atitrt, and the man, thinking ihe'wni killed, and fearing that he would be arretted for murder, Jiat not bets aea ' elnce The mouse escaped Wrighlsellle TOe ) , Recorder; , On the 12lh of ntit month a com wilt of readiuttera will meet the National He publican Cdansttte and an attempt wilt then b made to settle the rexed nutation whether 'the Virginia drlegatlon thall be led by Senator Mahone or Mr. Detrndorf. The vote of Virginia will bt given for or againil the admlnittratioo candidate, aa the National Committee .aball Utcid. If Ma hone it made ibe leader of the delegation the rolet of the South in the contention will be given to Mr. Arthur, or who ever he mafaroiiifaome other man leadt them the ttreegth will so the oppotln faction. It wilt be an Interesting question to decide and the National Committee will hare trouble In deciding It. At the present writing Mr. Mthone la ahead. IUmarkadlc lad, whit )it A Situation Spolltd, ICbmifmtne htrrbr Journal J LcxtKOTo.v, Kv, Nov. you to be the champion for the right I auk apace to aay aomethlng about the article which appeared In the of l latt Tueeday, by a Richmond correspondent of the Airiri Journal, In regard to the death of a young lady of that town, I am prepared to aa that hit ttatetnrnt are ftlso In the main. The facta are these; lit. The young lady wai not "one of the fttthful" In the tenre intended by the au- inorot aiu article, tine wit not a member of the and had never attended it more than two or three timet. 2nd. She wat not a victim of what he ttrraa "the darkest fanatlclam of the nine teenth century," for here wat not a care of trusting for healing without rcmedlet. Her family were brlievtra In and practiced what It known ai the water Ireilment, and regarded medicine aa polton. She waa not considered terioutly tick, the family thought the bad a bad cold, and treated her for It nted baths, conipresset and mill iard plattert, A., all indeed, that they erer useu. ine young lady told re.pon.i- ble eople in Uichmond, tbtt aha bad never takenadraiof medicine In her life, and ber aitter, Mra. F , aaya the hat not taken a dcte in 23 yeart. Ai toon at the wat regarded at terioutly tick, a phjtlcltn wit rent for, but tbe young lady positively refused to tee him. Her titter, Mrt. Implored her to tee him, but the would not. The next dty the wat worte and two pby.l dine were tent for, when they aiw her they aid It waa loo late nothing could hi done for her. Though but one of the member of the ladiet' prater meeting vltlttd her during ber tickets, (and the, only once, for a few rulnutet) tbe bltlereat denunciation! were uttered agalntt It, and thry actually aatd on tbe ttreett of Richmond, that the next woman who died in tbe (own without tak ing remediet, the nurtet thouid be imme diately arretted. The mott tctndalout and abturd ttorle were rife throughout Richmond and other place, about potltive neglect, berth treat ment, and a thousand false accutatlont wtre brought which pleated and tickled the public, each repetition of a report growing to a ftbulout tin until they accuaed the family of murder. Everything that loving handt and bearta could devite waa done and provided, and yet, all iheee bate falsehoods have been told, and bercontlant and loving nurtet Maligned. Excuse me for tresspassing to long upon your valuable tpice, but I really think the truth thouid be kuowo In tbia cite, at that article to tbe CWw Journal, waa very un- Just, and calculated to do great harm. People who were not frlondt to the family or cause, have come to rut and told me if I knew thearia in tbe case I abould have them published. All I have ataled here I got from one of tbe mott responsible ladiet to Richmond, She aaid to me: "All I have told you I ob lained directly from lister of tbe young lady, tn whose integrity I have perfect confidence." ' M. Qouritr-Journaprayer-meeting PAIN1 LICK. GARRARD COUNTS A little daughter of Mr. F. L. Adams fell and broke her arm while playing at achool Wednesday morning. The firm of J. B. Kirby A Co. cried out M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opora Houso Block, DEALnns D"Kt Pe - "broke" yesterday, We are told that their Indebtedness will not fall thort of $35,000. Our farmer aay that the warm, rainy 'i weather will damage their corn very mate rially. KyM Mr. E Rest ia dangerously ill with us-congestion of the brain. He haa been un- WhII Paper, WIiicm. consclom for two daya. Messrs. W. h. Mnnlonl ItnnksL. ClictHlcnl, lHH(riirMainftL a.imior Ilarneaand F. M. Lute are both quite aick. A'alHtA, Ciznr). niaiiencrr, PoMiki Farri and Mr. Emma Teater OIU, xouaccon, JlIlltrv. 0?.P5 IiHtUpa, went up to Richmond Saturdap night to ftiwcrjr, Arms, Macliln take in the show. While there they con.VCCtlleax, cluded lo take each other. A minltter wat Tl.ntllTel.Trc,r, 8ilT'r.!l,n,r,e an.d "Pt,caI Good Dcnartraent Is In Charee f CL will llepalr W alclies aad Clocks rrompllr nnd lathe tent for and they were toon mide one. No BlJICo Richards, one here knew anything about the wedding until the next morning. Scott has his tec ond wife and ahe her third hnibaad. She haa returned to her original name again. Quite a crowd of young ladies and gentlemen of tbia place went to Richmond Saturday night to tee Lixzie Evan play "Dew Drop." They all came back well pleated with the play and highly delighted with the pleasant ride going and coming. One young gentleman wat to much absorb ed in vonvettation that he couldn't tee thit hi line were crossed and upset the buggy on a road that waa aa level as a floor. Misses Maggie Adam and Gila Jon lin returned home Thursday, after a pleas ant tojourn of two weeks here. The young men are regretting very much that they had to give them np. They made themselves to pleasant and agreeable that they completely captivated every young man in the burg. I think several of the boya have lost their hearts. They were the light and life of the village and we wish tbem DEALER IK tpeedy return. Some of the boya will have business In ilu ernon soon. Hardware, Horso Shoes, Groceries, Saddles, Iron, A sermon begun by riilroad time and Nails, Qticcnstvare, Bngfsy Whips, B"JCBJ- "Wheels, Stores, ended by local time would tult many Case Mills, Haraess, Stanford, cott Fire tot I3I.O. .FtXJFI,iE5"y. I have received and am still receiv- ing New Goods for Fall and "Winter, comprising the best in the market, which will he gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. O. Rupley. W. H. HIGGINS, Spokes, HIihs, Gralcs. Older Mills, church-goer- Mrt.. The work Stouewarc, Corn Shcllera, Collars, BueKltn'a Arnica Salre. The greatest mrdlcil wonder of tht world. War Oliver Chilled, Champioa Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden A Pittsburg man, in love with a Cincin- rtnted to speedily cart Burns, Brutin, Cuts, Ul aad Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Hoof-ert, Gilt Rheum, Fettr 8ore, Cnwrs. Ptl. nati girl, came down to see her. Chilblains, Ooras, Tetter, Chipped IUdJi tod ill ing and On.teriao; will have prompt attention. "My dear Mist Katie," he aaid, after sttn trupttom, guirantred to curt tnsrerj In. the conventional preliminariea, "I have sttDct, or money rsfumled. A poslttre cure lor e per box. For rait by Fenny A 11c- long felt in my heart that I love you, but riles. until now I hava given that love no ex- Allster. A Creat Dlsetrerr. pression. I have thought of you dty and That It dally bringing Joy to tht hornet ol night, and from the fulineat of my heirt thousands by string Many of their desr ones from my mouth tpeaketb. I am poor, an early grata. Truly It Dr. Klng't Ktv Dlseov "How can you tupport me?" ahe broke try lor Consumption, ,Cough, Colds, Asthma, In mercenarily. Bronchllts.'.ltay Feter, Urn of Voice, Tickling Id "Work, deareat, work, Don't you tee tht Throat, rln la Sid and Chest, or tnr dhv tbeae hand.?" and be ttreched them out ease of the Throat and Lungs, a posltlrt curt Ouiraoteed. Trial Bottles free, regular slit II, As heading; iadlcatea, we propose (he appeallngly. bo headat Tenny A. McAlliter't. quarters for all goods Ja oHr Ilae. "Ahem well I can't aay that I do aee tbem; though I uppote If you washOur Specialties are Groceries, Queensware. ed that PitUhurgdirt off, I might." Stoves, Wagon Material, One Ciocinnatian will not take up her, residence in the Smoky City. Merchant IJncoln Circuit Court. Dayton Tucker's Admr. WebHyrromflretHBBdMnIaiequaatUte8and for spot eash, NAllM.Ar.alj. TB D.TlanTuck.r'a II.... Si. Traveler. yon will oaly call aad aee for savluE the discount, Pursuant to a Judgment herein at the October self, we will ceuvlBCcyoH that you can bay goods CIIEAPJEB Secretary of Stale, McKenzie, haa been ki"i .? vi uim cvuri, idv uoucnigutu r will on thaa yoa ever boaght theai Ntaalord bclore unable to find a trace of tbe official record as cheap aa you can buy aay where. of the "Resolutions of 179S" adopted by tbe MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 'S3, Ijlelatureof Kentucky. Tbe coiretpond-enc- e Betwrtsll a.m. and 3 r. u. btlort tbe between the Secretary and ex OovernKrn tell at public auction to tht hltheit bidder In tha order nuuadi or Cox, of Ohio, bring tbe subject into First, a Tract of Ii A. 3 It. and t P., tht homt trrctof Drtoo Tucker, on tht watm of Cdtr ucb a bape at to attract the attention of Crek. In Lincoln county, and with tht tract a rig". 10 iaat nr wooa ana limber iroia lb tract Stat historians' and it may ba that tome of ofMV, Acrreconvtted to Marr E. and Faralc them may tupply .tbe) missing link in an Tucker. Second, a tract ol about SJ Arret, adjoining the abort. important chain of testimony. p These tract! will flrtt bt o&trad teparttslr and then as a whole, and tht highest bid accepted. II Tbe product of the gold mlnea of the tht tract! art sold tecaratelV. a rlrht nr wr m-- r tract to the PHARMACISTS United Statea from November 1st, 18S2, to tht not orer zv will bt rtMrred near tb boundiTaci, reel widt and at ere Tract at practicable. Tht November let, 1883, waa $32,000,000. Tbe ary lint or tht -talttsmsdttopajlbt debtt of Dafton Tucker, outtu Itt- amount of gold imported in exceaa of that deemed, and tha amount to bt raited It f 1,1)9 aud tht cot Hot this action. exported waa $13,613,992. The amount TKava.- - CreJItof months. Bonds with tccurllr IMUtrad. narabla bCamr..lit. comumed in tbe arte during tbe year it log per cent. Irom day of tilt and hiring effect Pbjsjclans' prtKilptloat aoearttelr caapouadeil at $11,000,000. Since the date of iw-JAlso l II. , IIJILCU, M. C L C C resumption the country' aupply of gold Fig. I. I baa increated $353,795,510. JKWJBLEKSlT I.apCoTers, but' ii HEADQUARTERS. la futnreto 93 ear Comr.'s Sale of Lands lommuv-slont- ic. Hardwar. ir ytar la aad BRIGHT1 & CURRAN, Ffflaf Ii' fW0 lurk; 11-- Drags, Books, StatioHery and Faaoy Artloles. Commissioner's Sale In. J Tradt kmaaBtgirtered. Valuable Suburban Property Stanford. Clocks, Jewelrr & Silverware Erer bronghUto thU market. Pricei Lower thaa tht Loweit BJtYatehes, Clacks and Jewelrv oo short ootlc and.'AVarranttd. Largest Stock or Watf bes Circuit Court. W. O. BalltyTExor., ri W. U. Ballty't Dm, Ac. In Lqulty . Purtuant to a Judgment ot tht Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at lit Octooerttrtu, UU. In tht tborettjled action, I will on Lincoln Ac., MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 'S3, at public salt to tht highest Udder btlort tht Court-hous- e door In Btanlord, Kr.. the tract cf land upon which said dtctdent resided at tht tlmt ol hit death, tltuattd In tht Mortb.west llultt ol tht town of Stanford. Tht tald tract contains 43 Aerew.S Kooila rtud 7 l'olca, all of whlcn It within less thta one-ha- lf uil of tht Court-hous- e, tht netrett point, (a lot lite for a iwtlllog bouw) within less than 800 Tarda. It an be conveniently dlrldsd Into town lots, for which Inert It a brisk demand In the town of Btanlord. Tht land It txctllcullr fenced tnd finely wttered from 3 ntrtr-fillln- g springs tnd t good will, has npon It a comfortable Iranit dwtlllug of 1 rooms, besides halls, situated upon tha iiiglitit tnd most bttuttful eminence around Stanford, commanding t tint view of tht town anl aut rounding country for tertrtt miles distant. Tbtrt art also a good corn crib, a fair barn and ita bit, carriage house and other outhouses, aa orchard of to imi ami au Keenest garutn. it it or tht rerr Bant quality of blut grtu toil and bat a flue noma uihju tut tjaucuicr plat ana a cool out. let to Ibt Daarlll pike. It will bt offered flrtt In 3 paresis, as lollowa: Tht flrtt embracing til tht building,, orchard and garden, ceotilolngU aeret. fionllog on tht Ltnraiter pike. ThtZdcoutalulugO ei.lflo acres, fronttnt upon tha Lancailar ilka anil n mm.. It a lint building til. Tht 3d cuutalalt'g 10 As Special CommluloDtr of taldCuurt and at Ex. ecu tor of tht last will of W. U. Ballsy, deed., oiler jsLtflij ,vev7f ioletFeefl sonaulc. Bates, rea- i STIABILIEI! Nice lot of Horses ana Fine Turnouts. 4 And can supply CO All! it in any quantity. t A. X. NUNlVEIiJCiEir, HUmlovil, Ky. hi IU fin, bulldlogiltet.uuiit will It Wl.u gVUU whole, ey will be accepted. Tht salt will be uaJt upon a credit of 0 tnd 11 tnonthe, In equal Initillintnu, bearing Interest Iroai dttt ol salt, for which bonds with good security, hating the force and tflWI of Judg. menu, will btrrqulrtd, with a Ilea retain.! upon land, Fuaaewloa of tbe properly wlU be glreu it toon as sallalactory bonds are excuttd, tubject, howtrcr. to tba action of iha turi iihin ih.ui. Further Information imv l ha.l l. Mr.UM. J ".:r-"- v i.:i.K..i...7Ti.T.TTf. iui"-.T- -7' . uuuvreignau ivumit- "a1"1, ouiibj cvuuir, .j., or iroia w, rT.Y..' on tht prtultet or from Frauds A Miller, 11. Miller Ileal rjtalt Ageott. Stanford, Ky., wbe wU tbow tht prtultet and a plat of same. tnd tht IMUTlUt Pitt Wlt& Ihta U ottered est bid which reallsii tht most monfcO THE INTERIOR ft JOURNAL STEAM JOB OFFICE II smLesiiiTOHAWX Dees ercrylKlad erPrlallugat City prices. tl I's-t- d JfaJfJflM.Y HAll.KY, special Coaiulatlontr. sBLiHsOf&sisillBB 5SsslStBB!BtsBl.w scoajfiscsP I i John Knox has a Brand coWin towering of the , wcMn,'wlioU;eerto(artof the awn (n oa the very summit of Ihe "Xecroi-oMa."t hoaor Naotanu a atarntstV ctfmmf hi WIscobsJb, wd ftcomml forgets not Heed Wrth feerlli Kirllefi, a her liuaeMil Scott and Burns at every tern, Moanmcnta English for sir atonthsTtoal she was hired to do" so of all these are comSaon. The a the young girl from disgrace, she children o( even a tender age acquire It now tura oufWHre testimony nI MAfifOH &i A. X4&r 30, 18M EBIT6R to seee 0. P. WALT0M. cWeUaMlere that torn the tH tdat men do llreeaher lht taeruj U Illustrated ewry1, .day In taaiCie-ea- it Wei. This lfuilltBl-meM'foMlB4e parpooe were aae.i osjjtatlj Coflrt of 'iKwkoky, where Srfi(prlWelf by the Stat OarnmlHte charged with all grsdes of crime, on tjj plead, file perdone Uaed b Mt tlie Courier Journal The rrconl of 1 the care, mulobf ll.l)pMft, IM'P"8"!": the late gOTetijor, 4h plwe God, la retire ronlril)iteil bjoihr In tli totkeshadt of oWarttyatinwept, un of anything ample niificient honored and unhung. divciiMion of llie inaiicr, inj etiihte Vn that, the lq,ecnincf Tiib Frankfort IVwmoii's edltoilal about liy rtie committee wm to Nice, od Tom Hthry tnd hi ofl"ne, did a tnosl ridiculous nnjilisgusting tUtn publis, KfeUtatat againit him, than fromUtfnninKtoknd.apatup jotv HU all elie comblnM.' tery gW'ei ho" fttWnl of so triniitfni fc "ap30 a fraud beW tteceufullr practice!, Norcror CURHCHT ZVEHTS. reple; nl of m .hutalUallns: f ' sVrRtant jfison haa cdntracted to ap- eo dHHMtalkn of the supreme power of the prar aaacurioaity in a PiltaburK museum. . , pttij lash. Thnrman J. Smith, of Waterbury, The Atrge a'fcatiKt lfthry w proeWnv Conn., assaulted hia wife and broke her leg edty the patty oreaa at laupiTille to. b beciuaiall tlelr children were gfr!. a rile alsnder, concocted It a republican President Blgelow'of the Nattonal pKllcal "fleet; 'nd"tVl'wt 'College of "TharmacT, JVashington,. and papr-fs'- r wngh?ThJuMBik oL democrats were thirjjtljnt ituaenianaie itu iu msuiu-tio- n eatwfled at once without the least inTticar because a colored man was admitted. only conuderalttfft'tven-n- ot tfca HQetl. ritc''BBgtHlhal!a nickel InrWc'e of tbrircnjed, bdt contribution from'everyy dstaoat,in.the wfiE" Imfijnatkm aalMrEii wew red-hland would form a'campalgn fu'td accaaerr and, a a consequence, 59,000, sad secure perBjamnt deaocritlc Sat. except In lis xltf of supremacy. they kI8 him ranch stronger LoalsTJlIe. -J- "., A. Cotiogton. ?ralB8bun.W, wotfeUnhe'ouldlTertiTed.M the caujht the mallppz to LopisTllle, wbUe ! eeaadal BTroccurrtd.T onbllwedcHng Wur.ind' Tuiedsy be died. "jfow, irhlle It U trne that, the action of His brid,s is a,t, the point of death with the theexisaBsHte and the J)rtwgtn did .not rame dlre'ase. ' JMlirr jUioctaU la.lhtlr .caureJn jefeii GbmhoT "KnoTl pa"rtTone3 the loy m Owiley, thirten years of age, jent from esce to this sllalr, ell" li lurmsnee while rafale excuseJorJhein, Ofayaen county,forjgrand IaHeoyTJ ibb reBi" rtJerned Saturday" by Jk jaaLgtettau.ior aase w J waase towSd i4ee kV.'wKo! tfiiy IwerVd r Heor waa ike'charga preferred ajj,ahtt ay ajtptat to jjsrtjr swjwKce, b tupfwj-rieflhe trsrth serf bjr downrljat fslsj Tub tkmoerala of Kenluckj yielded to the Importunities of a designing loTerand lost ln hertlrtdr. TW game was found outl&o ocn, and a little babe will shortly appear 'm to add to toe disgrace of the weak young hating, la an ell moment, """J"That - jj ; r 'rt.es 1 m-r- e !.. saf erery-wi3.t- oflr """ jt S oaert.Hiutioflf and kS"fcciftd? ItWMBMeM tttftdW- oJtrteaatyildjeceJTe gm " iajurlooa cnarge didate by a political enemy. It waa natural that democrats should fel more than willing to belieT.a,njdf!g that.ralght ,be the fharge. Ii ahpald accept waBatura;nJHvleBOcrat8, OeSSt JkwedjiMjran qui the Central Pacific Railroad. The engine and tender will weigh 105 tons, and will be G5 feet 5 inches long. Bew be5rg B?ade:;Infc'acraBentr?'b Appeals! -- The largest lecoSotWe'eTtr built $& Is -- AtWnrce,.Tndal.SotTTfsiled,s' ajautOJUtT,en' aaliffaclorydeoial of ttochargom.ae by jheir, hlijheat party when anthoritTin the Bute alleged to harebttn madcafter fnll inTen-- 1 ligation of all the (acta la me ease, ai n notaarpriiing that democraU ttt humbugged under tbeclrcumatanceaand by the No blame altacVea to eaeaa employe!. the . Tbey jmeimplyipotadBpca br a lot of unscrupulous managers who ad of teakfrdTantSM cf thKr1rtylojiiV thIrMetc M - But wbai ght Jo ki MoUag 35r?T' rand willhlaMatf 'forear oG awbirjolence, tratora ofTraatiMul, .. ba thaaa fe asW tetaliahea a mertilyng dtTelopeaentsT Who is respon- time t sible for the pain and ahame now' erperf-"Ollrer Twist" may now be bought in Who preTented the pany VHV?l"; IrtaUh6fk,rRrVlryie"of adTertlseraent, Tom Unry at the proper time and jbattods to pnshal. p.piekcnA norfJa can jrjjM tJikt'eferefi: iVlVsald that two hundred date for clrk of the hlghj Sute? It wis not Tom Henry that did IhoBi&ad popio(thir;fiot.TBtura-lhaTr- f iaiToaVnArT'ri AtHhe'man'dK Vho -- II ! -- IMUM abodM U podr.att.eVHy V'tiMiuVi ' 3; ,iMiaw.oyUTiavBwT,MiajMjiy to death. Ifrtaen killed his child and committed' suicide with morphine. General Wickbam, of Virginia, aaya Mahooe's addrers waa "a tissue of falsehoods from beglning to end, and utterly disgraeefal." General Jubal Early casually remark that it n""inficaouj,io the infinite b&eneis 018 Ialtehoods. W. ii.'i'otk, a' Lextogton editor, and btotberoI.J.K.J'ollc. who shot Marti Ow ' f: tLi2'l- - ?.?- li. uAi..it ,.UB M, -- wife, afur two yens' separation, fehe refused to lire witn Mm and he itabbetf her ara u iHtai uuijwjpv so- - ewd.ty.W, eayxm1 .jbj fefiapkeftti jpf 4lfil9VS England ftr i'penfey! SM nfenVouV' flrmi, portBniirvwli'nrt.tMJP"lake the ictVoutiuu. Sxtf.t&SStim a1a a ReAl il rt Tf J nere ws uu kuijuo nmo Afl BiMA t k- - cbtM4f WatkAU'rhTngVere faemWa-or-rfy- g ttrt1 mtsHkw-th- ar Ms nomination, .iqve had Been made in . -' .. - . IE 4 was so erlniy,ODiaeflLino wni o an' by-J- 1 "lt- -n th State Committee. P It is to be hoped that this raortifyinex:-periesc- e will teach democrat, hereafter to spurn the impeitintnt dictation of T. 'JalMffA wr. boaces aaS to thlakf) fot thsmaelTer, all,'tb'iiupOBi their owr'lnde-peuden- t ind, above --iilog killiagiall the go Dw.. Sparc iudgmeat in all natters where, ai ribs end back bones s'ra plentrfulA qucations of fact are in this case, mere Tilford Black had Ji Bat let it be understood that we by no and wMjitld over under a bond means exculpate Henry. On the contrary, Being unabjcioglvaibfeexl' he v, we only consider that by his shameful he bar not only forfeited hia right to 7iVKUlton,ftkc, Im mw who killed WMc JUbertc, a the efiea be holds, but has earned for ins-lejcount- ji oonttmpt of erexy gentleman In the brought hlmback Jijre. pd. Stale. We regard aa abiurd the suggestion reeman, inai -- irom nis lodged bliu in Jail yesterday. His examinof tba Frankfort past life and hia late .conduct it iiolear ing trial was let for Friday. J(fB. KUbTy&0e:, who bare been rua, thai be k ncjt a proper man to hare taTo(Tiag so mnb t t Pdvillc, Ib'thls'copnty, iJtiMnojemo a rtar'Ats rcmorof7"'i are reported vt nave raiieu tor miriy-oc- a nKti a neeesaarv COIMQuence. AC. The thousand dollars. Ojr sheriff says he has idea of a man who baa proT"eibIms'ef utimUcaeotnfTJis Viads againit them, in In Uirrard county, to the terly nnworthy of and wholly wnfitVoper-IMTorrVrform the duties of anoffice baring thejigb amount of about &3Q 000, 1 r1 to bobfoa tojVepofiIoandjBJojr; alt its Q.BARNES In SCOTLAND iioaora and sucb of Its emoluments as be GEO. may secure to hlmielf by an anlawfuTTraUe 'X"JI33 XiOUU" with his deputies is, it seems to us, abso33 BEKKELZYTMtAC.UIBCUr St.1 lutely prepostorou. Hisincumbeacyoftlie Qlacqow, Nov. 10, '83 Mtrbr t tjffiee disgraces It, no matter whether I copied the following from a tombha holds it nominally and by his deputes, of the Glasgow Ca- or in his own proper person. Until he re stone In the grave-Tarixns 01 Is reruoTed, erery official sot ofiffa rfte4ral,lSeores of epitaphs, ss quaint, lie scauereu in inai crswueu receptacle 01 me deputies must be done in biinamr;aBd1aot oaly that, be haa the power at any time to dual of miny past generationi: . 1612. expel tbem and assume all the dut(ei bjm,-el- TJoctok Peieh lie ought to go or be drunk or.seaer of the Faculty of Physicians and iaaJato-MO- Surgeons. story is telegraphed from A iWLUii "Stsy Passtogfr, anil know this stons, New York that a crank, who akla4't0- U For under It lies such a one Eos graclcui hs noe insn grlsred "Colonel from Knttfeky"fwae at lb Wbocutf4insor vhlUkeJkfeJ . fifth Areaue Ilotet tor 'thejatowed par- Yea wbeu tls phliltks force oil Ullci Tb pose of killing Preside Arlawi Ills aleasant prajei'a ilea priTSllJi' who made Ihe woa4erl J4ootery, For of his Go4, b tot tbs grus To look bit brethren lathe Iks .lid not arrest U M4tw, ananaaa s ai . self-elect- iJa ordar.y'B "P'"' kf UaitTif secooicd lacapatJle khoi reocrauc caqouf in aa. weow- fuses to wijAJrawJxomhJeJilvlIe.bopes to Jjl tne ncmijaaagajny mm pr oposuton 10 nominate all the old officers to the House "byUcl.mationT Carlisle and lUndall are ibeth stirLconfideot. The former expeeU iL.-.-U.- ! . '. IUB VlIBC DVWIWUVU VU il.. Hill ill captured lot. Bedall ff twenty of the Carlisle men by promising thera places on important committees. Carlis?eftfuae to make up his committees in advance . ajsil'-toiiha-re ' O. was.com-mitteiipjj- ii. con-du- ct him-elft- bynSteifrta'JJr; BSBga-tanaery . Itwtowatiprtd rf " ." A y'TIlAIBE jn d f, Low,-FounJ- ' leges tbatbetawMmsMaeHCni uuapmei Ueailo bas his soul, bis eoipi Ibis stone iMDr a nil then bs (one." And on the panel of the same monument, Blgb C' titi: Tmc mm is Bsait f avtrabte far tk lioaV hiU to the SMafcjstUp: Ills BOkinateJ loa t'rieeaUtta that be wltt-- V "Ah us! I (rsrel am snJ dull) And to tbs ciars ilnbeud I most; O! I'aloled pltcs ol llilsg tlsjrj Msn U not proud ol thy ibort day," corrtctntss of speech and pronunciation that Is surprising to us who sre bred In rather a mfcre free aad euy" school, If not so atrlctlr coirtct an one. We can not soon forget Tutl Burnam'e amiiMllook as one of onr rrry young children friends exclaimed In purest accentuation and grammar: iO, papal '00M the bougbe of the tree are laden with frail!" Toll sUred at the young one with a pute'ed lojk and then taralog to Marie with an appeal Ins laugh saying, "Did you heir that child?" This earaul training of children Impresses us more and mere. I wish it could be imported, free of duty "by my brethren of Maaisteh." Young America is the least attractive feature of our grand ccuntry. Here It la very fnnnr to hear the "wee bodies" on the street speaking la the broadest Scotch. One expects It of grown folks, but when mere babies chatter easily what we foreigners strive in vsln to utter correctly, it takea by inrpri'e. No one can speak Scotch but a Scotchman "to Ihe manor bora." Once, I attempted a Scotch sentence while preaching at Jsmea Morrisit so grated upon the esrs of on street, one of my auditors; that he Spoke tight in cIulIci! niy audacious atmretin'," tempt at pronouncing the unptonoiincabls '"on that's na muby exclaiinins, ' sical to us," greally to my discomfiture and the aatisfactlon of hi outrsged countrymen. It Is a sore offense to a Scotchman to have his beautiful brogue butchered by unakllllul tongues snd I don't blame him. Unlets acquired la childhood it never rises in a foreigner beyond the dignity of a Dutchman's English, Bible readings ia private bouses are an institution in Ihe British Isles. Tbey go Irr the technical title of "drawire rooms" and are a merciful provision to supply the dearth of wholesome and appetiiing from the modern pulpit. But for these allowable gatherings when the h blessed Spirit has liberty ol action in ikinr. nf Christ" and showier thera to hungry souls, the stagnation would be much worse than it ia. These meeUsga for a itudy of the "Word are an outgrowth of teal and love that rind no room to "stretch themselves" In the orthodox Sukday servi- and tie weiklr Prater meeting. Like the Y. M. C A., that furnishes a feathering place for workers who find no place to serve in the reeularlr appointed channels: and the best talent of the chnrch whew is doing its work, unhindered by ecclesiastical fetters. Pralte the LORD for' all these "irregular" ministries. If no one else will do It. let "Mlrlan" takea "timbrel" and lead oil the praising hosi; if men are not found In 'Jeeburum," let "Deborah" judge Irael even though such a thing be counted a scandal in Israel, In times, when trespass had not introduceddisordcr. There is "famine in the land," now, and the LOBD raises up a Moody, a Whittle, a Yarley, a Morehouse, on whose hesds hand waa laid, but Into whose .consecrated hearts and lives Uod s owalnhHj power nss noweo, mat 11 mj flow out to listening and receptive myriads. Praise the LORD for Itl And, in minor where the measure, for "drawing-rooms,- " hungry flock may get'a nibble, at least, of the "ereen naslurea" and a sin, at least, of Ibfe'sweet, "still waters." There is a characteristic physical feature In that it Is in the Scotch drawing-room- , nearlr always on the 2d floor; the spacious being on the 1st dining and sittiog-rooia usually L sbsped The drawing-rootaklnp Id the snuare at the bead ol the stairway that is commonly, at home, turned to advantage (?) as a alufly little bedroom, suggesting partial suffocation from givea aa elegant foul air. Thle appearance, in Its very Ureguisrtty, to a and admits of orna Scotch drawing-roamentation and upholstering unknown lo a dead rquare. Sometimes elegmt pillars supply the place where a partition wan would run were there two apartments. In thee spacious rooms 60 a 75 people can comfortably be seated. Into eight of these in turn we have been introduced and bad a bearing, earnest and attentive enough to satisfy any teacher. I. can not describe these deliehtful eatherires.vexcept to say that I bve never, any wbere, met more ap- preciative and receptive audiences, .thorough bible students, nearlr every one In the crowded rooms; who could have at once detected unscrlptural error. But, Praise the LORD, they could ask me no question. I could not easily and satlifactorily answer we And then from Ihe drawing-rooto the hall, where a goodly number of these noble meo and women sit every night on the stage, endorsing by their the precious truth. The drawing- rooma are held at 0 r. M. for the sake of bustneM men, All who chooee are Invited to come to tea between 0 and 0. This Is handed around; no plates. The bread and butter, folded Into as small compass ai possible and slipped to the side of the tea cup, orheldjn any way Ingenuity may suggest, Some drop It, or tip up their cups in manipulating It, but accidents are not common and one soon acquires exptrtuees; though I confess to some embarassment at first, on twin? rtnulred to bold a slice of bread and a cup of tea with two bands and at the arne time carry 90 a jeemlngly spirited conversation with a lady friend, while It was a little eating and drinking. like the old puule of the fox, gooee and big of corn at the crossing of the river. "The course of true LOVE never did run smooth" and our dear LORD'H lore bas a mii,li mail in do in findlne Us mark. And ail have set out lo tell "lbs whole of It," I must now chronicle the rebutt we hare met, lest you shoud think us meet for the wen 01 "wo unto you when all men thin get sucb you" 'Only sd "ii ", "tak-!.rM- to-d- treatment, according to scripture. Well, the first storm we eaeMintrred was (n Chapel, where we had been a4veilis-e- d to hold the seeonif series of BteetbHesand to which, through Bro. itsmtera Influent, we had been unasitwew'sly Invited to go by the dtrectors. But at the eleventh hour Ihe mlsslonsry In charge, who of course had only heard me cafe of twice, set blm elf In dogtedopposjtlon to .our coming; and so turred the hearts of his most active workers sgalnst ns, that I at once declined going. Those of Lis workers who came to many of the meeting at the Orphans' Home, were grieved and felt that a binning had been lost. But (here waa no help for It. The Indomnltable brother carried the day atid we carried on an extra work at the Home, until Burgh Hall, Psrtlck, could be obtained. Of course all this made no little itir. Then, a prominent leader In evangelical work came to Psrtlck to "spy ont the land" heard one sermon, reported It hatefully In the Daily Xmtk IJrituk Mail of the next day, which led to the Port Glasgow meeting being knocked on the head. We were lo I received have It gun there three letters from my correspondent there. I have destroyed and filed away a good many "Curiosities of Llleratnre," In my varied ministry, but a more sudden change of tone from the greeting to the freezing than these three letters exhibited, 1 have never known. The last did not even give me the benefit of a whole or even half sheet of paper, but on a scrap of wastr, Informed me underceilh eddress of "Dear 8ir," that ns mretlng could be held, and bade me a curt "goodbye," with "yoursslncelvly," leaving me the puullng task of finding where Ihe "sincerely" came in. I did not recover my astonishment nor equanimity or brother, until I had prayed for my deluded by the devil. What a comfort to be able to turn one's capacity for hating, on the proper object, where hate will help and not hinder one's personal piety. I would not exchange this one discovery for worlds. No one can be a symmetrical christian who ia not a hearty hater as well sa a nood lover. I used to hate ray brother, my enemy, in spile of alt I could do to my oppo-e- r, prevent or check It. Now I 'pour the bottled hate on the great adversary and this safely varve being furnished, I am belter for Ihe principle of hate, which i as praiseworthy a thing ss ambition or a strong Only it is wrong and Injures will, t'n when expended In a wrong direction. The etjttt it txtntKng. So my God ol Love directs me to "hale Ihe evil" as well as to love "tho good." The devil being the only unmixed evil,! csn hate him without fear ol blunder or mistake and all hale being expended on him, none can be fell for bla poor victim. Let any one try to "love hia enemies," without this outlet of hste and That Is all I aik. see how he succeeds. Try. And then sfter abject failure, try God's plan. "What He has "joined logelh-er'lHale for the no man put asunder." devil gees inseperably hand In hand with love for God acd all whom God loves. Thlelstbe'pithway of power" In loving one's eoemtes. There is no other scriptural one. This li the negative; and then cornea Jesua' "love shed abroad" aa the positive help. Between the upper aid nether sail hatred that Is wrong la crushed out of loving heart. 80 I wrote: "Ikar JJrofAer. 'Could you nat have done It more lo accordance with Rom. 12:5, 10? 'I leave It all with Jews.' Yours In Him." Our Gol will give us the victory. All well aod happr. Ever In Jesus, Geo. O Barx Sea-ast- LWrCAUKft 1MKRTHKMEM. . HON. AY'G. TAI.HOIT, ff r Breaker el the seaesBdlAes lloare of Hep neenMltree. r. WAITEH KI. S I f'. sett 0e over ailsensKttlonsIlo Hank.at. OBes bears r. sod from from to II a. . LANCASTER, TyT lol.td TT.T.T TT PWTt A hind ind tm flatty coroflettlloe of F.th ATTOHNI3Y At IjA.W, LANCASTER, KY. Will practice In tltrrtrd and adjoining eonallet snd Courts! A ppttls. 8AM M. BURDETT, I hive on ltw, MfiUneeT to H. O. XAUrrMAN, XA,-V- ATTOUNX1V A.t LANCASTER, KY. , tikenratrsordlniry pains ID Itsstlectl, odim confldtnt thalaa saaralattlM le ell tary to a purchiM. Call aad see me. . ....... W.U.. Mtmttm nVMHKH, l.t.l- "' practice la ill the Count of (Itrrard aod adjoining couatteaand In lbs Court of Arpeals. Master Oomralnloner (Itrrard Clrcnlt Court. Will NOTICE .. ..... ...i.,.,.,,.,, """ u.a ""nr Z VALTJABL- B- Garrard In FOR SALE. Co. Lands !'"'' KMt All pcrtou InJslted lo the estate of Shinti Inoontmore. d.A . -- I1I 1..m ..ll ., K. put,i pr,. Hlv tie at once, fbote btilcg claims tgttnit II will om properly proTsa rameiliattly. .. u. jutt.y jt, HA.lt., Kieculor. Th at pfl ate sale my farm of stoat 100 irree, one rail, below limn Dick with Itrge tonne beose of eight rwnas, In number one repilr. all netwary outbuildings, and theUadfertlletnd Ina Bnettate of culrlfitlon, ncirly ah Wing In grtn. On Ibeplteelia dlilll-Irr- y ofilulloobuahel. rtectly. The luraplke Will be rjn from DinTlllt to Lsalsglea mot through tblt ftrra, tad Ibe lbs location It terrronrtnleot. AI FUIIiAY NOV. 30. ml client apiriofthen M Jonn Urm, on the ttme pike, t.ljulnlng the tints. The two pltees will tviold is a whole, or divided to suit purthtf en. The purchiaer will olio kite the option la ruin the illitlllery, orllrun I rtmosed, Alton imtllftrm adjoining Ihe lUte-lwcil- tfJ ly, with fair Iniprotemeatt, In thelnlenectlonof g the I'tntlllt tod lluem Vltta lurnplk-w- , tonuln-lo- Uleef Cneaialt, Reverter A Oo Btantord, Sy.. alwulSiatre A tmtll trteleflt teres, wllh lands of T. Dunn. Alsia store houtt In the town of Uryinttrllle. a wtrehouw neir the defc CO.. pot In Ltnciiier, a burltl kit In the Lanneter rem etrry, Ac. All IhailioTt property will I sold on Importrrt ind Jobbrrt of Dry Uondt, Kollona, Ac. M7, MS, sit Main Stmt, Cor. tsiilb, very literal ttruit. or run her ptrtlraUrt ettl Itifir (Urrtrd, stout - MGIIT. pnr .TOS. ISEVEKANCJB, J. M. ROBINSON oooraddrrti ttp. IS tf ll'JI. HNKKKI.K, DryauiiTllle, afy 3CV. ENTERPRISE Grocery. GEO. D. cfc TO THE PUBLIC We wlU now pey special attention to sroDHTOJI aiimniNo.-We promise lo 110-- t n (It satisfaction, and when desired will gits I'tlent Floor foe WheiL Can make either bolted or unboiled meal. MeALIHTKK AHALLCE. BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE BURDETT IN STANFORD, KY. I offer forsale primely my fcotie ind lot en Somen, I street which ! occupied hyj.it.tlellie. I'tweeilon to be glten Jan. I, IMI. T.rtut rriMn-ibl- e. Foe ptrtlrelut wrlu le we it Htrper, Km-t- at or rill on Robl. a. Ly tie, un lord, Ky, 111 GO., HAVE Xinncn.stcr, Kciitucky, Just Bocoivod Another Car U die. 1 it: ii. A.xnRKsu.x, Harper, Kisut, .(. FurnlturJES. I hire Iktlulkit iad;Utt lloeof Fnreltnrsel tterr detcrtptlsa iter eablbltid In Sitaford. s tlrell throuih my ttoe will prete. My prlcet it tra low at tiaillir goodt itfact altortptbleof eta be bought la Ibecltlee, a octltr demooitralloa. 1 site keep on Load of Furniture. ConiUtlag'cf hud a loll line of - UiulertnkcrM' Good. ! And am reedy to sects funerals promntly with a a alee, new Heart. Parlor and Chamber Sets, Order by TeleKraptt ProBptly tended to. s At- Bods & Lounges, Bed Springs and Mattresses, B. E. WEAKEN. Solas and lltalm and Ercrjlhlaff Knr- lonciup lo a Flrsl-claa- s nltttre More. Uc- - MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. XT. E. H. BUHN8IDE, - rrlccH hh Low an Anybody'!. C3-- . mill-Mo- m 3Ft. Valuable Property! FOR SALE Uttlrc dttermlDtd to sell lbs -. plats on - whleh pniMmmii locld In the wslltosnalns Ibaume, Ky. It Is most ad. sulied lorn grsslng ordiirr fsriu. hstlog mlnblr UPwB 11 WT,I ur,l.wl', .,....,--- the ttiste). Tbt place too. waresius, ,do Lvulitllle, Ky., Clnclnntll, ()., and Indltrupolla, Ind., detlertin Sulnwty A froot'. Drcker llrot.', lltlnea'.J A C. Fischer, Vose A Bent1, Daldeln A Co. 'a Ccjlttte, Upright and tquare I'lino Fortce; tlao lbs lUtey, tlhonlnger and lltutlton Orgtnt. rt. loitmuitntiauld it prices and termt to tult Don't glee your ordera till you gel eur (ll-m- i ind tirini. prltet I. vcrttor mnutiti & Propr II. Italdwln Co., This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation; -- AMD Itt Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be Second to bo Country Hotel in the State ia its Fare, Trad.M.,k. MERWIS'H HfCCiriC, y, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Qneitt. .nil .11 AltfMMmm llial Inltaw .. . . Dtrars lauaf, (juenrs ol youthful Imprudence ot js.r. ine eiressoi maiurru jwi. into t taint eriAnt at Lamioae.nia ia ine baca, IllmneM of Vltlun, I'rimt. ami Five Two lure Old Age. and roiny otttrdlt-stat- e inthat leid to Iminllr orCou-tumpilo- n. Andlstatllr susttptlllorprnuDiuitioo fcr In all etteaef Feuiile two smtll fsrnuj math efUellilUy to v WsakBcti Ibe fpeclae ictt like a tiUUdlVE charm, reitorlna lost or ftdlne lie. address our er, glilne to the eye a brilliant SJJT- MlfMOO prsmiKs. 2V0-3-1 tad sparkling beauty, to lbs cheek. ILAHA ll.UVLH. Itieroty Hocomof bitlili. AftsrTaklaf. )TlIirwiD'ilperlBell wld by ill DruggUU at llperta-ktgr.- tr sU packtget fur IJ. Also by mill, potttgi flee, mi receipt ff pries. TFull rtleultrt In pataphlel, which will be milled free lottery ippllciut. Addreat all com. inunlcitlont to the eil. mtnufacturrr, NEW YOHK, 1884. II. It. JtltK n.V, M. D , Detroit. Mich. FoldlnStaidordby I'enny A MeAUtter and all ItdO-lAbout slalr million copies of Till Sua baj; Druggltti erery here. coos out of our establishment during lbs put 12 wilier, (mb. better la .. The Great English Remedy, s will hectaiertd la apotltlrecsre for Weak Uemo-r- HaiSSfefekargs. special to aad from tkadlstl rr.t acr.an.t4atl.it ts Loti of Uriln lgwtr. iierrout tsremaaeretalTratiltre.TksBacwIllhs Labtnttlon. Imlnil IVetkneit. alwajt aapplled with the ckstcest and Uenerat Lots of Iiuttnty. braadi if Lli tri iid Cliari. I'eweroi ine ueeerime urgtnt, Iliuidretl iirtt.tt Aire, l'nuni r. "!:"!: "" ""'"""""I '"1 m DANVILLE THE STJlsT PLANING MILL COMPANY Minnfttlurers of colurars end If sou wtr lo past '"i lo sold all tbsyear jrou lait aot 0fsHTh8uns printed striper InttrnllBS lntor wouldsctaconllsuous motion, common sens wisdom, sound doctrln tod Uoum uas wit lest enough to reach from Printing in lbs Mount Gnpeinicus. Moure to tho lop of House sosrs and moon, thea back to Trlnfln otitis way lack to tbs moon then 1891. Harpor's Wooldy. ILLU8IRATED. lltrrtr'i Weekly ttinds at tbi head of American UluitriUd weekly Journal. Ily Ha uniurtlun potlllon In poltllct, lit tdmlrabU llluitrillon, In carefully tboten atrltlt, abort ttorlrt, iktlcbtt, aod puctnt, tonlrlbyted by the foremost irllttt ndiuthorsof the day, Itcarrtet instruction and entertainment to Ibouundi of Amerlctn hoiuet. ItwIllilTiji be the tlat of tbt publlther lo mike tbi liarper'i Weekly Ibe mott pouulirand attiacllre laully newspaper in the wwld, and, in the pursuance of this detlgn, to present a constant Improvement la ill those kiturei which hate gtlucl fur It the cnt Jsnce, siupalby, and support of Its large army of readers. Deet-fcj-, ShhIi, ltlludii, YVlutlow prea-enc- 'tul The Sun Is written f--r the Inhabitants a tbs earth: this snos atrip of lntelllienre would clrdlo the gloto 17 ortS limes. rear IWTerrlnjerofTbeSuu during wssnDion)rooe bouroTerlt.and If bit wlfoor grandfather bas spent another honr. this newtpa. Per has afforded the burain rate thirteen thou land years oftteadr reading, night and dajr. Ill, onlr by Utile calculations like these that we ran form anr idea ol the circulation of lbs or of Its most popular or American newspapers, luflutore on lbs opinions and act loot of American men and women. The Sun it and will continue to be a newspaper which tells tba trulb without fear ol eonsrquencea which gets at the facts no mtlter bow much tba pronto wits, which repreionts lbs nsws of all the world without wait of wordt and in lbs inoit readable tbtpe, which is working with all its heart for the mum of bonett gofcrnmtnt, and which therefore btllsTea that the Republican ptr lr uutt go, and mutt go In Ibis coming jeir oour .... nittl Door FrHUicu, Meld iugH, Scroll 6'HHf g Werk.THrH-lu- Latho Werk, Fleerlav, Celling, Wcatk ' And oiber HARPER'S PERIODICALS, erbeartlliifr, Drcwted LHHtbcr, I'Ert YCAH. Harper's Jltjtilne.... . ...... UirpeHi Weekly .. . . e" "(slie'-prophet- ton will read It with tccuttoiued diligence aod Uarprr's Young fcopls... during wbtt It lure to be ths mott Interest, Utrr't Franklin Squire Library, ons year In ttt blttorr. Ifjou da not jtt koew (94 Humbert) 10 00 IbsBun, Itltblgb tims to got Into ths tunihlne. Fotltge Free to ill In lbs United Alw Dc&lcrtln TERM8 TO MAIL BUDSCU1HEIU. Canada. Sutee or The several editions of Tb Hun are sent by mill The Volumei of ths Weekly begin with tbs firit postpaid, as follows: Number tor Jtnmrr of etch yetr Whtnni time Dult-S- O rents a month, t a year; with Sun-da- v ttmntloned,lt wlUbeuuderttool tbit the tub. ! edition, 17. acflber wUhet to cimmenoo wllh ths Kuubtr buaoaY tight Paget, This edition furnishes nett titer receipt of order. tbs currant newt of the world, special irtltle o Tbs tut Four Annuil Volumes of Harper's taceptlooal luUitit to eeeryludy, and literary Werkly, In neat cloth binding, will be tent by Call on ut or writs fur prices, We keep a large review! ofntwbooki of tbs Dlghoa merit, mill, poilig. paid, or by tiprru, ire. ol eipente year. (prorldel th.lrslghtdoei uut eaceid one dollar stock and will do our best to pleas, jou In price a yetr. Eight paget of tba tut per Tolumti.lor 17 00 pr toluiut. WaKKiY-- ti and quality ol material. . uatttr of the ths dally liiuct; an Agricultural DeCloth Cues L-- etch Volume, suitable for bind, partment oinncqualltd value, tpecltl market log. will be tent by uiall,polraId, on receipt of and literary, acltotlno and domttllu lotelll- - li 00 etch. inske Tbt Weekly Hun lbs utsjper lor IUuilitinctikouldbtuiideby Totl-QmMonIiASYlLLE l'LASIXa MILL CO befarmer't household. Tuclubtof ten with lit) ey Order or Drift, to arcl 1 chance ol luti. mutra tepy free. KM31..1XV, Publisher, Kewtpapcrt ire not lo cony tblt adierttitment . II'. Address without Ibetiprtu order of ilirwr A lirolhtn, IM-a- t Tneuuu.Mew YerL city, Addreii U Alll'EU A UllOlllEIH. Ntw York. s DaoTille, Ky. ' rTOflt Lord, 1MI. Ifrou know ThtflLD, you like it alnadf, and liirpcr'i llur....... ..,. -.- .... 4 liO ISO 400 tlM Building Materiiil Fariulu iJumbcr lit ' ' ki' . 41 Stanford, Ky., November 30, 1883 I ' ItrAB afcottt Jtu'eX' boola Ilt'Y td tWa. II. Hleglni', RELIMVS, Bine our laat lame. Mr. Waller. M John A. Allen and t'jr and Johnnie WIN In 3nhare(raade the good confeiuilon. at the number rour grocerlei of T. It Walton at W. PoMBTliixo new toniwarr. Malt If ln roln . 4 N. LOCAL TIME CURB: North . .....1 M r. . OooMdellrered anywhere In town, Met calfAOwiley. at. Etprtee train" Month ' " Nnrh a oo r. x. ... I 01 A. U. Nice line of frulli and candlea elf AOwitey'e. SlitcalfAOxaleTV at Sfet LOCAL NOTICES. FCLL line of California canned frulta at Bdt PAINT Nice Hojk of Fenny A MeAlUt.. 0f birthday canla at Penny A HiI!")i2? "M' tHts. n,,,1 rj I have 200,000 good brick for tale. Hen Ilinghman, Htanfonl. Flnl" t Mc IImt Virginia fmoklng and chewing to baccoatT. U. Walton'a. 7 A McAlIatf r M!e agent. IlAnrEM and ihelf hardware cheaper at Druxti new alock of Tery thing la (lit ' T, It Walton'a than Jewelry Hoc at Penny A McAlbterV . ami Watch, Clocki warrant, For Byrun bottle. taK. rorih, cold, Ae, ue bile Pin. PERSONAL. by Penny A McAH.ter. and Jtwelry repaired i Compound Pui up In S5o nd 60c gleen to eeery A beautiful, plicqu TrUI ait 10c McKobwti A purchaser of a dollar worth or Orcr, tt J. f A xew aafe, combination lock for eale, price $60. Oeo, D. Wearen. .; r t ., 'J In thl market at 10 Key. I 8 McElroy haa Iren tick ctnta per pound dretied. Y.tt are alio Im lot ftttunliy. icarce at 25 cesU r.dnii. Tiitioretnan nf tble piper, Mr. Jo F. ItEMEMREit yoa will only find ui at the Vltr, l.rirtlte) ill. T0" MtfALr wnl oter 19 Nlch. one itore -- Owsley' old itand, orpo'Ile the Bright A Cutrn. oliiflfle for hl Tnnl(lfint.' ,V -- Mim LeTrir. Leif ItkitUTrnwenl to DnTllle to epeml Thankc-glilng-. fori the ieMtWraiof.Joel.ua DuocaT, Ml''' .M.mick, of DinTllle, in :brRVdl4li((leSinrI(r of Smith Hobrt7 Iwltb lier i.ter, Sir. J. II. Iloclef. in Whitley county, Ky. J Mit. J. S SIi'M-ithaa gone to f lilt . . . iv bo aaaaaH i...a ii Iher iliujhter, Mm. F. J. Campbell, at ofBuell'aUiieayxaia.hWfVKS better 'Jtockcutle. ' Ma. F. J. Antiiosy, formerly of thia gooda made and the ladle ahouM remeni place, hit leeu promoted to the 1. A IS". ler It. Druce, Warren A Co. ' fency at Ltbanon, To at hit home in. London. Sir. Mints Kittie Ar Eliza ICotrr bare John moiit O. Jackon-will- ' glee a aoclal hop returned from a to their iliter, SIm. and oyiter nipper, which will no doubt America HuMung. prore an injoyable occailnn. I Mr. I.twt II. IUm$ey and wife, of 11 Islington, are at bli atberV, here. The Dox't forget we hare clord our itore on the corner and can only be found in the fuBrat named Ii Tery ill. Mn LewuKoit, Exj , Mirkebury . ture at the one itor. Owiler'a old aland on. leading-- merchant, waa In town Bright A Curran, lot eight poiIleCourt-houoe- . ami, ,! and took In theSIMoniry llutar. Wc undentand that the frleodi of n Mimes Axsin SIemiion and Slary hare telegraphed atlorneja here to Sorer, accompanied by Sir. L Hutch-Infin Out, proftiitlan of I)Bny. Col. are flailing Sire Jet Slenhon. Sam SI. Burdcttand II. C. KauQman will Mp-ABCCHfiu accompanied defend him. MlMnthea McKJnney in MayuJIle, TllESIyera Hou dlilanced all former wbert ky tl.lt Mlt JjjKa UJiet Mr MlXtRVA Ts William, of Ml rtcoidi In Iti dlontr yesterday. Erery-thingood wai erred Including the jncle.t Sterllnr.-ilfte- r , of. Senator Willi... Mr. Sallh, of Illlaole, are tWito Mr, p, yenlaon and ih fatteit of turklea. Mine Hot, Oarnitde nerer doei anything by P. IJuar.elUy. halrei. .Mr. En. Sit returnid Ttittr day fn.ru a tIiH to bli brother. Mr. A. I Mr J. C Itodemer writta from Gallatin, Mcttobtrl, In Indian. Mba'Sefle Fi.her Tton that bta county and the adjoining Cam witb blia. one, haredore all aaked by the Cincinnati, SIimSaIijc Vaxdevzem. ef H.mit Clrten Klrer Na.lmlle It It, and the ton Callffe, ate her ThnkjlTloc torkey people are exccedlegly anxloua for the road. . 01 -- .... ,,. atlkV.l.l ivif ai IIUIUI, DOt' II .lOOKIDf It la now thought that work will be v.u tlti.Vl unauilljr well. in the ipring. . JCDapBjM.UcBDCTT.afKU the fCu- tew," who.. utter t tuiip a when pull. A iter a week' trial of the atandard log a telephone Inalruuent all to piece, time, the clock rn the Patie baa been chasged back to inn time, exactly wai heei' on pure. ". I yf : James Lwiak. of X.w M.xtm a all local time ahould be. It I the Slowbohaa not Uen In Kentucky for height of footlahceM and Idiocy to cf buainex 60 yeiM, Ii the tiittt of Sir. Jamti Px. throw the whole rnnntng-gta- r totfcWnrrce.'jrf.. Hannah Sco'tt of Jei- - out of joint, to accomodate a few who ride on the Our time ahould hare reiamiae,waa alMi btr (ueet. mained like It wai. It would hare been eaay enough to hare mide It known that LOCAL MATTERS. the two o'clock train, for inatance, paaed Iter JBuell'i boot and there. at 2.13 now, or that the difference between local and train time la 18 minute. Slen Fixe clfrri al Melcalf A dwtle V who work band by the light of the day EyuiYiartlcIt of ivaionibU goodi at T. cab't afford to pay full wage for the time R..Wa!tonV from 7 a. it. to t r. M. Twelve Jioundi of nice, brows itigtr for S TAR ai we hare been able to gather fl,at Bright A Curran, the ficla. th klllinc of Sir. J. II. Ander. Attorney Denny, wa Itos'Tforstt your rromlieto pay m wbrn ton by yoa come to court, Monday. to fay the lent, a rucit unneceaaary act Had the who ran and told Jtenuliw Pickenon IluMell eaua'ty Denny of alleged threat taken a more weii lawful mode of procedure, they would CARRARO COUtrr DEPARTMENT. The Mock of French and Fancy hare deferred better of the nubile Xobb Laneatttr. Candlea erer brought to Slanford at S 8. of the fact a we eo them, jualify Denny For erery.blllofl2 and orer erf J. C Id opening fire upon a drunken man. who. Mrere. Lincoln Qrcalt Court. Cbu. L Harrli" tleln Thorn paon, Lancaater, Ky., you get 1.. llarrla' Ultra. Nolle of Bale, ti. l'uraaanttoatadgmtnthtnla, at th. October Fkeii ralilne, prunee, rurranti, citron at the time, wai making no attack on him. wiucn enutiea you lo a chance In th ticket term. thu. of $05 LATER. Our reporter lut a lomewkat illf. '3.iba thla Cuurl. tha unlcr!.! r.nr. and erery tblnR In fancy grocerlee at Sfet-cadwelltDt-boui- e will. al on tba or,t track crest aprct on the killing orer the reporte "Blak Doll," to be drawn January let, mention), & Sum Miller haa concluded to put up a rccetred here and raakea out a better caae DEC; 15,1SS3, f BuiLL's boot and thota get than ertei the attorney for Sir. Deonr doea three tory brick addition to hi hotel ex. ON -the pral.e of ereryone. Thli la the Math- - in the tending from th preaent building to the Between II A. w. and 2 r. ., aell to tba hljUit The whole thing bidder, at public auction, to attt a th tatata of er for tbeca. Bruce, Warrea A Ce. grew out of the fact that Denny wvi to bring table in the N. W. corner of Public Cbai. L llarrla. drcd.. the IjIIqwIu Un.li: , 1. A tractof Hanglat: Fork land of US acrta, 3 Square. . rooaa ana a pom; auua-- on Ida pita from tttaa-loTilAXKsoiviKoi are an InauOerable nul a clril eult in the U. & Court agaimt Thankegiring ferric were held at the and HuatoaTlllc, about 2 ullte from iba litand othefa, allaglqg Jhat they had eanie. Yeiterday wai the dulleit day we Biptiat church. Iter. Jno.Xaaei offielatlnp. I. ter place, In Lincoln county. Lincoln coaaty, A tra:tf 121 acrta tf land, la killed tbe two neern men In the Rrnnta erer raw. Henca the dulloeii of tlila on tha South fotk of Greta Ittrtr. till election riot, Anderain claimed tha A Dr. 'm. Huffoian prepared tumptuoui TEUMSOKBALH-CreJItofO1 heel. month,. I a S mi, i. D.'bny cauaed the wirct of the meu killed all n Am ,ur 1. f incnu, yeaieraay, wntcn llonda with approred turcty, piyablo m.9lo Cour., .....h. ! a.i luarln rani intanal fAn We did not hare time to take In the waliertlly enjoyed by all pre'icnt: ' ptTiag tbirfeffKU of JudgtutDti. .! to remore to Ohio In order that ther miirht at the College lat night befor going lirina aitalt Mar ihemuilc pupil of Franklin Inati-tut- e Kot.JS, 1883. M.CLCC. to prei, but we loirn It promited to be a will glre a -- Recital," Friday erening, MARRIAGES. euccenful aflalr. under the direction of SII droebeclt , aoit Sir. Matthew Leach, a widower, ob teacher, and Prof. deRoode. All are invited We are aole ageata for the Hlghtoned, talned Hceme, yeiterday, to marry Sill to attend and contribute the imall amount double roller Patent Flour, made at Lex. W will oCer at nubile aa'tlon at th rralJtrc a of 23 cent at the door, ington. Try it. Erery pound guaranteed. Stfe .Jacob, maiden of 17., of tbe late UU H. Joca,on Slr. Jaa.lll. flweii asd HIm liilUa Sir, Ebenner Beit, of Paint Lick. Ia Metcilf AOwaley. F, I.uiaellh celebrated Tbankeglrlng by in a dying condition froai Iriflamatloo of THUItSDlT, 1EC. Olli, 1SS3, A noon lot of bcoli and ihor that were taking each other fo? betjerpr wqrjie.. tue brain, and In all probability will b Our ftraonal ffeptrty, cy ntlatlng of carried orer from, hit year will be cloied dead before thl report reachea you. He ia EataahtVl ofejltttat ytlri vM next brrlc, 3 DEATHS W.'llayden'a at reduced prlcee. out at J. llilltraOnt graJa,7 extra 3 one of the moat prominent and InfluoIl oU ntxt erfn, S Caltte, food Siecri of jena a nunibtr Milk After year of lufferln; from cancera. men in the Take a look before buying. " anj uppr end of ''the 'counfy, and Cove MuUa.cna iwtllcreoJ Bull) alao on pair o SOU buabtla nf Wheat. 1M bli, work Mr. .Milton Kiner wai' called' home to reat bit death will be o a ad lou to the commuYesterday wai a Sabbath-likCorDitacaofUanJ JOUiaockaol roJJat day in at 8 A. M. yetterday. He had reached the W will alao rent tbeTirm of SSO Aerea by nity In whjch he ha,l!red for many yeare: Iti quietude. Erery istore wa closed the rip old age of tbrte-ecorcorn, to co ten and ix, fifty HiaeiUt will realize $4,006.' He leafei ntMa,Mitrtaln(rauandbalanc taafi InIn band: whole day In honor of TbankaglTlng and 01 and under, Mt.ltt At a mnttl.. wuicli uo Iiaa ipent In the eerrlca of the A wife and two r,Te that Rlnnnt. tk children. LlTEp. He died Vat cajtooJ notlablt uolra, payable tn bankt the had tbelr abuttmUp. Lord, harlng united blmwlf with the lait erening. Mim. L. tt. JOXKS Jtj SOX. Preabyterian church a half century aco. SrEAKlxa of the failure of J. B. Kerby Now and then a few rowdiei come In Terfectlj reilgnel to hi fate, he wa cot from Poey A Co. the Lancaster Sm layii We are Ridge, get drank aad get told that the aaeeta of the firm will not ex Only willing to die, but anxloui for the fired out and go home "broken un ' On. moment ofdlatolullon to arrire, remarking of that da known a W111. IUV,r ceed 510,000, and Kerby hai made a fraud. u In A tb Caccutor of Thomaa C. IfjiuUr, decJ., I ulent conyeyance of hla property to hi that ha would take no medicine that would town court day and wa arretted by will the ard, tipoit for ' ala at public outcry I n&abOi chKt .on delay itamoaeot. He knew that Li I.e. miribal for dlaturblng brother, W, SI, Kerby, of thii place. the peace, taken be deemer Until and be wa eager to claim fore Police Judge and fined S5 and coal. MONDAY, DECE.HIIEH SI, '83 Equire SI, 0. 1'ORTMAX took charge of the rewird of lb finally faithful. He wn Not Htlifted with the result, he again rail- A fine a20 Arte., illuilfd thebt, Aaaph Hotel yeatcrday under a a good huaband. a kind narent and a mn.1.1 ed a row on ID at. Verne n muta with Wm. Birnett, a peaceable ruaJ, known aiorvraDurcniril, tb Walla turn. A tare Portleu ten yeara' Itaie. He owna half the build neighbor and In each relation he will be of tba rrvducllt rlrer bottom ne cui wtin a pocxel there la land Ii two itery frame dwtlllog and1n It uin, wuoia a good rood Ing and all the furniture and propoiea to eadly mlied. Ilia aied wife and mtcb Ijuuuk for which oflecae be waa placed un lupro'trutalaoul. jktlheiarue lime aid plat, I will alto aell a run ererrthUig Ja 8rt-cl- i ftyle. Hell children aurrire him, coaoled by th arm to appear before Police Court, tract afaUut Ilia Arrtn.atiuattl nil It toulhof an old taTeru' keeper and know bow to do ranee tint their Ion I hi gain. The fu- uertwna Crab Orchard, belnaama bought ol Ucnley Mid Saturday next. liJtlew tan. I uall il t vawwe. Hiia, im war it. Mr. W. 8. Frincl. who haa kept It for neral arrrlpM will ( nl.iu. .) .l. t.i. UlaoUlucnt Hon, Geo. Denny. Jr.. ahot and In- the lait year, left last night to make bli realdence to day at 1 art, caual IIbMUIm:. with Uirmt Eld. Jo. Bat. itintly killed Jame II. Andenon (fautl. 11 2 Ihsftirr acil laW. .h.Ijih! bi t0rt home. In Loultrlllc. He hai made a good lou and Iter. I S. SIcKlroy olUclatlng, af. mocr. l'tr- larly known u "Little Jim"), in bi nece. ruUi4 U lio-- l will lb rare but W. oowit.torlo iur till ou Q.Wilfual lfata.1. JiuMit citizen nnd we are aorry it la not to bli ad ter which the remain will be brought to ary fell defenie Wedntilay ifternoon. (vv IlrithirJ. fir IilTalrt aB.,ariatPai waa rb vwavp vw pi auii Tnntige to remain itb ua. of ftraloid. Bjflalo Cemetery for Interment. J. H. II SLKV. Andenon hai bourne the reputation for a Extcutor IV, lluubtr,d(cp W.Ha.JenV Tukkim ariecarce L"- -5, Court-IIoU- r'6 r ' . :.. l( ., alt ir tII g Hon!, 1 1 com-iDto- Court-houi- e jtrUYoiing cr. , 0r buiy-bodl- e iKilatoea'at-BrlghtACunan- lujft - character when under the Infla hie conttiotly appeared ,c,,lef 'n nnmeron rbt nod altercationa that haeeoccurtd In ourcommnnlly The Slelhodlit meetlxc. , Th. Mii.nji ..i-- f . w mi. laatrlotln which he nar!lcliated and wlilrb conducted by Dr. Hendrrron and on,cIo "Dt"f ,ed ,0 h, dal" Indlrtty, 0ccurrel ! election. Judge l" .. ed Friday night whh a denaely packed l fJ"inl"" Vli rAn nnmiJ. ll -- "- t..t antTT . i. " to Denny had been enpged lo prcaecu.e the houie. They had about 40 addltlona hIde Int8 tkelr y; that tkeiebidci are tanaed OH th rioter. A few erenlng go Anderron at- - bay tacked Demy, Indulging In rery abualre Old JPaihioa Lobz Time Cold lieiHer Precau, snder the LAMB. STMr ANB CRBf. carefal mperrliJuii otKr.0.1UELL:hi1BMlf,aBaaof orethaa 40 year.' Ihre8younJt broke mule for aale S'-aSiXexperleace; aad T.: On Wed J. SI. Carter, Jr., McKlnney, netday Andenon became intoxicated and that thla Leather coning eat of the TaaaeiT U again Carefully Called, Cpt. Matt Clay, the noted breeder whll in thl condition Inld quite a tinm the poorer and turfman, la dead at Pari. dlicarded and only the Choice going to the I hare 23 thorettahbrtd ealrw. h.lf.r. ber 00 th itrtet that he Intended lo kill Denny. He hung around Judge D ' offlic and bulla, for aale. S, ILJIangbBjan,8lan. three or four houta In the afternoon, laying W.B.IIurt, llrlng near thl place, in wait to kill him. Oj coming down bought In Ituaaell county 30 mule col la at from hi office to atUnd (oaotne builnfMhe Where, under the watchful eye of Mr. E. W. BUHL-bo- ra aod bred to the $60 per bead. Columbia ffrectator. met Andenon at the door with hi piilol Hon. O. A. Laekay eold to Tom Itab half drawn whereupon Denny attempted to baiiuMS, every pair it hammered oat under the Old Time Xlbow Gretio lnin and P. H. Idol, hi yearling, Billy hoothiin with hli abot-euThe eun Style, certainly It ii not itrange that in Ohio, Illlnola. Penmylvania and Welch, by VN1IJ from aome unknown can Welch, for'$W0. wa discharged, New York, where they havo been known for the past 40 yean, For Sale 7tack hy and M good the load of buck-iho- t paflng ferenl ftet horae. Hay I on Widow Menifee' farm orer Andenon' bead. Anderacn then four mllea from Stanfonl. J.Owaley. 4 drew out hla platot and Into Denny' At a tale Id Boutbon, fat hoga brought door In pnrtuit. Judge D. caught the $ 20; Hock bog frtwo.yir.old cattle tol in ht left hand, dropped hi gun and - drew a $60 75: rearllne. 510 2.rir n. Are uininally ityled moire r from hla pocket, fhcotlnc rt ndcornlnho4k'$2f)3 ' v Andenon four time, any one of which WixcMBTEi Cooxt. A large alien would bare prof ej fatal. During tbe cuf d.nce aod a brlak diy at' Wlncheater, at fie that entiled the door waa cloved and Monday. There were fifteen hundrwt rut. Anlenon'a body fell out. Dinny wa 1VE AKE SOLE AGESTS. ''enn the market, and all old. The bet tillable in killing him The trial ia t for whib, common to Mr (Friday) The who! coumiinttr J,rou8ht brought 4 to irllngi broujbt aympathli: with the Judge in thl uofur centi. ' tuntt aflalr: Anderon wa burled Thuto The woodpecker and murkrat and day at the family buryjng-grounon the corn 8l'"cki ''T declared In dmr r mild winter and there arc biekti! l, it,. Islington road. oldprorerb: "If there be ice In Xorernber IHMEMORIAM. that will bear a duck, there will be nothing Died, on the 20th ioat, of a combination thereafter but aleet and of whooping cough and pneumonia, Agne . Time. The Cincinnati cattle tsarktt ii itroog Kale Sigler, infant daughter of A. J. and for good cattle. Pricr run from common SI. V. Sigler. Tnl little gem of humanity to medium 2 to i cenb; good to choice wa unuiuilly bright, and wa tbe idol of -- Lualtr In- butcher grde-- l to 185; common to beat a doting father and mother. A dark pall ahippere, 4J to 5.00; atucker and feedew, of gloom haa been thrown orer the happlnca that ihon ro radiantly 4 to 4. Hogi are firm. Price ran from atound thl domeetlc hearth. It feema ao 3 for common, to 5 30 for 'elect butcher andhearyehlppera, with bulk of Ie to cruel that the mona!er, death, ahould enter packer at 6 lo 6 15. Sheep are. ateady at that happy circle and with cold and Icy fingera, plnck that beautiful roaebnd from 2 to 4J; Iambi 4 to 5. About 1,000 acre In Scott cqunty waa the parent Hem. But, although tbe de planted in tobacco tbia reaeon. It ia atroyer reem to hare been mot croel, yet thought that tbe total yield in the coijnty there were aogel watchlne nround that little bed, that ought the tioy flower from will approximate 1,000000 pound. E. Thomafaon' aale. hog broughr hi hind and bore it away, and tran'nlant. , $4.40percw;hoale$310pr headjeowa ed it upon a beautiful abort-- where It will from $10 to SCO each; calreiat SIS and $27, be fondly nouriflied, and will grow more corn, $2.20 per barrel; wheat, 00 ccnll per beauttful.eTermore Little empty trodla, trraaund cow wltk cue. buahel, J. W. Tboma. ha been offered Tbough tit .recloaa bunlta It baa flJ, $21, per cwt, for hi tobacco. John n How tbty will mix or beauteoaa balr, Bell cold to Cerithert A Berd, of Rhelby e rxplof from tht tiny, XmA; Wb tbi dimplad rbteba and laughinj eyrf. county, 7 head of yearling mule at $125 From tbe rampttd pillow abOD, per head. Timea. Tbto tbty gaaailln fladnna, now tbey Icok and lib. BOYLE COUNTT. DAmiLE. Empty la tbe cradle, lot bibj'a con. Saw Cano A Colonel George II. Dobyni, of the fiiby left tbe cradle for tbe foUei abore, O'er tbe Ilriry water aba bu Co an; Iterenue Serrlce, wa riding in hi batjgy "a Gone tojoln lb arelt, p ate'ul creraiore, to Huguely' dlitlllery, in Slercer county, Empty la tba tradlt , baby'i gon. Ib fact, all klails or Farmliifr; Implements nndlAgrlcuIlnral Tueady morning he wai ttrickrn with In tbe lonely ttmtttry, itaada (raaay rsouad , Keep kauds the Karfcest Stock panlyti', which completely affected geods te be Underneath foRHfl right aide and deptired him of the power Blouoma aweet thtlr Uttla dirlloj alttpa. Ccatral KcatHckr, aHd at prices that will compare and rowa, will clutter all areund, favorably wltk tkonc of of rpeech. Ilia horae without guidance dealer aayHfacrc. Ortrbtad tbe willow atlent wetpa. from blm cabled .him to Ma deatlnation, Tbtre tbty laid thtlr lorfj one, 1 nd itlll tbty do uJly mourn, where he waa cared far. Liter in the day Tbeugh tbe'a with tbe nnjtta. atlll they wwp, lie waa brourkt lir- - wl,.r kt. r.".ti. Empty la tba tradlt. babr'a tone. " " ' aide. F. F. B. A Sir. Judge SI. II. Owiley wai com- - Crab Orchard, Xo. 20, 1883. ing irom her home, war Lancaiter, ye, SEW ADTLBTISEabXTfi. terday.tomeet her huaband, who waa from tbe Wayne Oreult Court Tla thla place, tbe axle-tre- e of Ler buggy broke and the bore became frightened ahe wa thrown rlolently to the around, mt.lnln,. .,t.? 1. n . .. con. " vv... a. vw.11 Ik. Oareatiu ereral lefcre brulte about the head and tlnae to act aa PollcMora rot IMttnta,ameuica:.Trade mo uuiivd euilt1. n"B1'. wwinmif. iui Book abooi ahoulder. She wn awlalnl tn ih .T. 1'attnia atnt rrto. ...mwt.tHnuviiMIIJ.nik Hand ciptrttoce. n reari' dence of Mr. Jarae A. SUtiffhter. iniinia nun.i br. . rii. wuumi AxtRirjix, lha lancet,ara noticwi beat, and hy two geatlemeniwho nitwi-rctrculattd edcnifaa the acci moel wideJrtiplaai4 cSfniTlnn paper. i2u year. Vrrklr. nd lntrmtln In. dent, bhe wa able to bi taken home next rormatlon.jixclmencDprofTharclrniiaeAratr Iranitntrrrt). Andmi MUNN A CO, rClEXIinO , mv.m. . , v. vw. a.. morning. uKro '"wof Hqnor and "NOW WHAT DO YOU SKY ? !! "'---- 3 " olt f.l mvr P7 "Pert BOOT and SHOE FACTORY, n rn n. St Buell Boat ami f&Jmm rW. "THE BEST Ilff AMERICA!" ju. "'. Bruce, Warren Co. d muck."-George-t- own GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanford. Kentucky. Hay, Grain, Seeds, Wool, Buggies, Carriages, . Spring Wagons, Farm Wag. Harrows, Sulky Plows, Cultivators, Grain Drills Corn Drills, auv-wblt- Corn Planters, Reapers, Mowers. Threshing Machines. ea Mills Engines, Feed Cutters, Powers. la Mills, Horse Xa-chlnc- ry. erHck aay ' GROCERIES! PATENTS ct-tii- dmm i; n.r Tblrtr-afTr- Inthei-ciiimr- d t. PROVISIONS, comr.'s sale op lands Hardware, Queens ware, Tin- CaTiassware, 0le'. water-proo- lf SATCnDlf, ware, &c, AT LOWEST PRICES -- CowtVr-JWna- l. 1 rd anJ , M -l 1 IIMI B. M Public Sale ! A.17- T. R. WALTON'S , .- -, e TlMI:-bunilo- flU - VM-- IiilLlie ' j- I at TliUii-OoMWrd- ub, r.i; Q tt m at My stock of the above goods is lalej now very comprehensive and my prices for them EXCEEDINGLY Low. You are standing in your own light if you do not buy of me. I mean every word of this, as you frtly. will see by calling at the Postoffice store. Country Produce wanted. ikJ fcaBA 4 a V StMteni, Ky., - vtmkV, an 1MI Tbe latest dodge I praetlted by a aaedl a big bui eiite company which Is dot to a in rosae of the vlllj of New Jcrey cretteaoa ee) ef VW) local jn4eta iewaiwg a road. Nearly ewerr It traveling capital cMIt of a showy aome mske-bellev- e ladlsnr. and a rnployeotithelrWkBowstheitorr. PoMeeiseee Km ste'steind reelrW ftlilfaesen lrel wee, Hw . experience o Prof. William (hit tabjcci Ib the columae of Knowledge Mil In view of tfco feet tktt thl 1 of all MkNM 0l lb Trf tbe lOw.etig time, we Hit hi dife'llor: '"I mar mention en experiment that I have made lately. I hen mom thn killed a aua-wHate- d aix jesr eW, batotfcerwUi la my good cowltllon. Cooked Ib the ordinary war ike hU bete been uaeetaMr towh. Ia- lead ef being s cooked, site wm gealt stewed about four hours. I cannot guarantee to tha malBleeaBceof Ike theoretical temperature, having suspicion of roaie simmering. After thie she wm left Ib the water until It cooled aad tbefollowieg day waa routed in the ueual manner 1. e., la the roasting orea. The result was excel chicken leal; ta leader m a reatted la the efdkary way aad of quite equal flaw, la enlie of the Terr good broth obtained by the preliminary (tewing Thla surprised me. I anticipated the the tendon- - and ligament, but upposed that the ex traction of the juice would hare apoiled the fltrcr. It must hare diluted It, and that to much remained waa probably due to the fact that an old fowl la more fully Altered than a young method chicken. The usual of cooking old bena la to atew themalmply; the rule of the Midlands being one hour in the pot for every-- year of nge. The feat' ure of tae above experiment waa tbe aap- pleraeatary routing." give tk-an finn-boaee h Ct W Hi. h( dent flutter eaate iato the Grand Central rtallon to tako tbe train, and asked a bnkeraan: "I thistle train for Tonga keepeW?" The object of the question waa t) teat the man's cWtlltv. The brake did not know him and actMed hi head. Mr. Rutter asked the qwitton three tlaes ami each rime reeeired a nod In reply. FI: nally, he Inquired: "have yon ne loftftte la agate. Mr. your head?" the man Rutlir obtained the name of the waa. The brakeaan found It out aad went to Mr. Mwtter'. "I think I made a mistake," "Ye,.I ahould y you did," replied Mr. Kutter; "you teek me for one ol the of the road. Out of the money re celred from patron you reoelte your pay. They are entitled to every curtesy, and a Tou cannot accord it to them, I wtll see to It that you are discharged at once. The man begged, promised to profit by the snd said he had a mother to support. For tbe take of his mother, Mr. Rutter Hid he would overlook the "mistake," but a repetition would result in instant nod-JeIra-o- let of kettle and othercooklng apparatus. As encampment te formed oo a surbutban lot, where the Indiata give a short of clr cus performauc with aboriginal dance and unintelligible song. Then, In full view of the great crowd which ha gathered, they iirepare the medicine. A fire i built, over which I hung a large kettle. Into the kittle they thiow herbi and root. While the fire burn and the kettle boll they Jsnce around It with Incantations, each Indian taking hit turn at violently stirring the content of the kettle. All thla is to shown the crowd that the medicine Is honestly made, aad that It contains no noxious ingredient. Whea the me 1 sufficiently slewed they strata and bottle it, after which they sell It to the nappy at adollir a bottle. Aa the pria clpal ccat it the expea-- e of keeping up the show and travelling from place to place, the profit at largo. It la a common thing for the salts to amount to $100 or even $150 on a fair evening. BROWH'S IRON wJT,OUTH.-ll- yl M. C MorrlMD, tasr. arvk-- i avrv antift.v runntn &.. 1...- Br mntnil Ibalrmef Farrlt A Ram- - hint eaeeitt iIm ,hiil- al ter, eolrtt a anir-- buteh-- r liutlnsM, he dlitolv Tkortay nUtit. Itim4r Sehoot at l. A, are rrtwH,. iytlBUi.lale s to neuneB M, Mr. f srrla natlta sold hit mi-t- -u WlrHama. The new arm will bt Wllllamt A Kn Hand. ttr and will Jontlnus linitnest tl ths lamths where wt kfe to netv t eoalloasee ol tea trout MirfrBMt eifHi so in ni nrm. nrII.l.XAMH Jb HAHHKY. New Firm. RVMH MRrCTftRTi r. uu,i. ' I4l Stanford Fematle Colltgt. MTANFOKI), KY. Kri7iaTqirat3 - - TOMS &&" ys BITTERS will cure JytpeptU.heartbum, malaria, kidney disease, liver complaint, and other watting diseases. I roTirv Bymi,njiir nRKHBYTKKIAN. at f mrumra rrartr.a.I. MHmm BOHTM.-X.T. . WeBl". iwtxoi Jftha . With a Full Carps af Teachers, Thltlnitltutton cnlhsld will orn lit Tblrleentk Monday In fepitrnbtr otit. (loa OPERA HOUSE. STAtOXHIB. XV, BROWN'S IRON ALL THE BRANCHS8 OF A W. P. WAX.TOK, - . lreirietor. -- THOnOUGHENCUSHCOURSE Are Uatht, as wtll as BITTERS enriches the blood and purifies the system; cures weakness, lack of energy, etc. Try a bottle. MUBIO, THB LANQDAQB6, DRAW. INO AND FAINTINO. BfM0f8tfO0iM KKihteonaletttttaol aer etpMlly, UelM Herr, eea. ntbletate to flood almetL. Addrii at above. TERMS MODERATE, la Tnltloe, prlet rest frtnt tS to tee rtfular UesHuttaeala. lrluary, H IMai-dISt; rrtftraloiy, W, aad (Mltftato, fee. For full In al It Dismal Day Discomfort. Wearing The Blenheim pippin is said to be one of the finest apple in tbe world. It is good, BIck rfcttdacba aad relieve all tha troabloi (net not for one locality alone, but ita constituThe style of market pig has undergone a btlloaa auto ol IIm avtlem, tional Tigor enable it to' fruit successfully drat to Kanaca, Srowainma. Ulcrcaa inch as I)U ttneaa, a great chaste witbia a few years, Tbe aftrv rattBr. rata lath aide, Ae. While their taoat reaurkv-ab- l In trj divert climate and solU. The aplarge 490 posed hog ia nowieeMota" success hat bnm shown U oartsg ples are perfect In form, coloring and iiz, found. The over grown beg is M.Ieeger and of fine flavor. oecn more uugni an.ee B'i . carefully studied of late years. Shrewd A patent medietae mtntificturer died In Cartrr'aUttlo Liver feeders hare found that the older the hog New York, last week. Before be 'died' his valoabla la ContUpuilon, curlttf mil are eqaafly tai prevtattar tbe more its car was coats per pound. It is friends asked him how he would Ilka to be tMsatmo7ls2CompUlBt.whUathT aUo correct In Hertford, N. O, on Friday, the 2J bar led. He hsdjutt strength enough4 left all dJtordtTa or tha atotueh, sHtanJato tha llvrr also found that the flesh of the large hog iuliccslatlhbdwcl. ia coarser and stronger aad not as sweet and insf , woiki feUBMef ana a friend were to say. "Insert me top column next to staying ball. They were standing about reading matter, fine flavored as a ten or twelve month's pig. times, electro by hog twenty feet apart. Saunders threw the ball It ia true the older and Arhe they wonld be almost prlcclras to tjhoae who yields more lard, but this doe not carry with considerable force aad the other lad Joad ratting-- ! a popular Australian in- (oJtVr from this dlttrcaalag complaint bat 1orta profit with it, as lard often brings no high; I struck it with a cypress pile about four dustry. Tbe creature are produced for aatalrthelrgoocljietadotaixtcadlvcTlandthoaa whooacatxr them wtlt find tUcaollUltpUlavala er price imp me aide potKy una, induce- feet long The pale.broke &earcth; centre the London ark'et,wbere they are sold for abl In ao Banrwav thatther wrSnot be wHKm todowllioctthoa. Bet after all alck bead and the broken end struak Saundsraln tbe ment, therefore,. to grow' these large 'bogs $15 or $20 per 100, and are bought by garno longer exists, and the ,200 lb. niz has eye, penetrated the forehead and entered dener and agriculturist for use in destroythe brainy founders )u8edthe atlck out ing obnoxious Insects. JfA'tional LTYe" displaced the 500 ib ;hej, and fell back imd died ia about two hours. Block Journal, Philadelphia sextons are combining lo It the. bane e f so tsaar lives that hero la where w tnak car treat bouU Oar pill care It white np the price for opening church door John Quincr Adams received asjlary Cthcr do tot. Cjn.tucky editors who are ditpoted to say put weddinsa Carter' Little Liter TCI are Terr small sal from tbe United Slatei government for what they think: 'of Senator William may for uneoriwopuiaxnaK-'aaoeTtTycatxioiaite. ' Thr art atrlctlr vejitaUa and do not tripe or alxty-nin- e years, and tbe sum total mutt not do so with impunity, according to the nel'Ranfef. purse, bat bv ttclr cattle action pleat ail who L paid to any pally who rsw-.will have amounlel to f a million. At Glasgow Time: Having been opposed by A liberal caothei lnv aiaatxserataiflvarorll. Bold raall. the close of the presidential term he bad that paper, the Senator announced In con- will product a ease ol Liver, KUcty Or Stomach I J diBflts nrtry l here, atet by complaint that Electric. Bltttrt will not ipttJlly CAltTEIt MEDICIXE CO., Kew York. had years of office holding, and versation that he would cease to car. Brio- -, thm slong, It will cot you notblnj his ailary had aggregated $125,000; tllll he for that oanere sd wold far tbt mellclnt If It falls tocure, aoJ you will I nth -TAKE THE- had Mveateea year of, cosgresas after thie, to de.t! MiaeJa.Tbeie setae fiber paperi well rewarded lor your troubl betides. All Dlocd dUeaiet , BUlousosii, Jaundice, Cooitljatlon aad Q..I- -. !.TI and died t"thecspH&l at congressional iili,uimvitt-- -l - Li II H0B gneral dtMllty are jolektx cured. SatUCwtten aeeelea & MISSISSIPPI Aube age of. fourteen heTwent.o gomery county, iubecriber. Louisville guaranteed or raoasy isfuodtd. Trie only M W. Bussia ai the private secretary of the Commercial. cents per bottle. For salt br VtBOJ A McAIUtW ro ti(e American legation, and be was in after There are two political parties in the years minister to England, Qermjuy, .Por- Cherokee PROrtSSIOSIL Nation, and party feeling ran tugal, Russia and the Netherlands. high. The Speaker of the Senate waa re sak tr. auaoBTT. i. w, aaowir. A young man who had been assisted cently asked what constitute the creed ef BOHDETT ft BROWN, away from the home of a gii) whess socle tbe two partUfcp Ife reAbfed a moateat ! A.T X.A.AV ty he yearned for, Wrotenext ."day to the aad answered: "They have 'the spoil and JIT. VERXtyr, Ky. ' LOUISVILLE to cruel parent a fellows: ''I did not ralad we want 'them." lb Eait . VaaX0, WALL1CM T. W. VABIOV. and theltorlb. what you aild 're l'arlor Cart to Cincinnati Aa the American (troMkg bors me, ,tboagh ytlur'Ua-guage'wseem VAHNON, T. W. and I'atacobUeptneCart to Washingpretty rough; but when'yau bousd to d ton, Heltluort, the Waner, tbe Phila AXTOUNEyH A.T XiA.AV, via vuaur fblladtlphlaCincinnati.York.wllC and Ht STAMFORD. KY. kicked me with that number eleven boot delphia Call thinks when that time cornea OMostoOwtlsyAtJou'sBSW butldlag up stalra. LOUI8TILLE to you hurt my feeling. I ahall make no tbe driver who have been In the habit of J.rXAAlir.LOUIaandttaWil, rjorthweat and boutbw.,1. with Palaot tHeopliig further eflorla to win your daughter. If running their hor-e- a , way round tbe half .nwn lllB, HUH, WIUHdltl 19 in. JjOUIS AT XA-Wahe Inherits your style ot feet and any of track to save distance will not know what HTAOFURD, KY, WlllDractloala th. Cuurtiftf Lueolfl aad ad. your versatility in tbe ue of them, I feel (o do, Joining couatUt and ths Suptrios Court and Court oi Apptaia. epocui aiiwiuuaivta loeoutcuoua. that I could not be entirely happy with Judge Hoover, who once upon a time Olact od Lancaster ttittt. frolu LOUIhTI'XE to Ill . her. I1JI4A-0U.C1IIwas chief justice of Arizona, Is now chief ' AZ.XX. ANDEH80N, CAOO and the North, with Day Coaches and Be- . .k. lfnln f1!..! ., tkM...i. ,.. The experiment in making sugar from waiter Ja a restaurant in southern CaliforMMat.ivw-- i, siuivui cuauaw. UAW, ATTOBNEY eorghuru by the Agricultural Department nia. Judge Salterthwaite, alto from Ari JW(LLE,Jty.iH(1f B LOOK AT THIN J (be Court of Boyl and adjcolnlni in Washington, bare resulted in the menu zonallinow doing tinker' Jobs for a liv- Wtlieracllet In TboJ.Wp, in. Eapraas (dallr) from Loulitllla eountlat and la the Court oX Appeal- -, has l'alice Bleeping tars from Loulivillt to Ntw factura of eleven thousand pound ot su- ing, ; sock wlthoutckaMt, arritlnf at WatblMton MS p. so, peat day J. B. 7IBK. gar at a cost of a dollar a pound, The re Tbe Victoria Falls, in South Africa, are JL,at. ault I regarded with satisfaction, laaimuab searly twfee aa wide a Niagara, and more And Uatter Comnilwlouar Kocactl Circuit Court Hoari Ahed of All Ooapetitort, ai the augar made by tbe department laat than once and a half time aa high. Will prattle, talk Rackeatil. Ciurtt. Collto p rt Emljrsntt and vis the 0.4 M. B'r tlODt a tpeclalty, (Maes la Cnurt-hoVA year cost $5 a pouud, and that tbe year be htve lhrouih layCoacbe on all trains. Have they have rapid that some of our no ujMuljtt chtngea. Arrlr at HU Louis I hours fore $10 a T. HUFFMAN. iiwi IN A American, crank can be mdisord to! go out fluadtanc of other lines, thereby securing- - mora TJ At U 0 tlm(otnaklncbao(toi rata and flttUnc rtt STANFORD. aad shoct. "Lst mi see," said the young mas Saturcart sMs 0oa MSouthHU1. Main tHtaet, twe doott above choir of teata In otherof11connecting lines. Iaadvancwof nw to Indlanapollt and day eveaiag as he wat goig heme bow hie tha rail "Dear Susie," wrote a Newport jvuag Chicago aad tbt only line giving lta patron s il Kueeut Uzld 8a admlnlttarsd whsa rt rlda along the shores of Lakt Michigan. work; ''my wage are $4. I kea get a man to his girl; "the new stove put Ib oar Piu qatrta. lor ticket, raltt, Hint, inapt, de., apply to horse aad httggy aad take my office 1 named 'Susie.' How I will hug It Ticket agents ol rouneellog lines or ajjrtia DK. W. S. VKKHY, K. 8. BKOWN. ooultirrn raucour Art., girl out rWk' for $4. That leave $2. I oa real cold day1' DeHtlwt, 0. E. Cor. I'ourth A Mala eta , Lou UillI. kea get aleag with $IM fee ifeidla' moa HttoLT 8TANF0R0, KENTUCKY, V. W. PEABODY, W. B, 8H ATTUC Arseuio in (mall dose, gradually Incre Uea'l Maaagcr. ey aad etill have 50s left to give kotliK for ed, ii used OSceovacKobt.8. Lvtle't ttort. Ofllct bear m a defwae against malarial at ftoia I to 11 a. u, tad I to S r, u, Asetthttlct td Uaclacatl. Ward. I'll go." Bvlalttered whea ascotMrr. , tacki. llJUr.J J. D. HILL, rasMoger Afeot, Uvaoon.Ky. S (eight of Hand. There waa a atranger la town thla week. Ha waa a sharper, a fact apparent to all. He had a little aatchet,. in which he had a lot of little bite of candy bite of candy rolled up in little acrapj of paper; and in aomeof the little relle he pat big bills of aiad tweatiea and fifties. of raoaer-fitAnd with his satchel and hii candy and his paper and his money he performed a little operation aad made a clear demon atralion. The operatiorrwai to mix up the little rolls and charge $3 a draw; the de m onitration showed that all fools were net dead yet. Quite a number of suckera paid their $5 and drew why, drew, of course; who wouldn't draw? They were juit aure to get a bill; they aaw him wrap the money up and kept their eyes on toe little roll. They kept on drawing so felthey did, these shrewd, lows, who thought thjy'd soon break such a bank aa that; and the remit was that dethere were more amart people uo)t-ed- , ceived and likewise iak-e- in" in one ahort half hour than 'were ever handlei in a whole day before.3Empty pocket-book- s 'osgVaces and' aching abdomens were the order of the day. The poor unfortunates conldn't stand the pressure long. Ther would soon waader away from the crowd, looking like "brimstone tdjits," and strike a bee line for home it la hoped, wiser ani better men. And the Arab with the Candy and the paper and the money, folded his satchel and stole quietly away. Democrat, si fifty-dolld Car-rollt- Donald Jad"aao, who speaks from expe rience, says: ".A sliced onion eaten at eup per will make a min dream of being hug ged by a rat woman whom he has never eeti; of being attacked by two wild beast", unlike anything In tbe circus; of seeing two grave! of bavleg the note bleed witbont being able to atop il; of buying a through ticket to a poiat a thousand, mile away aad failing to catch the train, afar having to run behind It for 200 miles, a fat mia oa tbe rear platform occupying all the eptee and leaving no place lo catch on; of meet log a locomotive and train coming with a rush, on no track, and dodging just In time to see them fall over an embankment; finally, of aitting on the hot top of a locomoand getting more uncomtive smoke-stacfortable every reeend By this" tisBefthe onion has ceased its struggle wtyh his gastric nice and' be wakes up to Vralse the Lord that dream ire" only dreima. During a thunder-stor- rubber overcoat aad feeling a "taking a aweit" under doctor's orders. Carrying an umbrella when the wind is blowing In every direction. Sitting ia a hore cir when the seat is a wet as a carbjtone. Having the man walking by your side spatter mud all over your clothes by hi emphatic step into a puddle. Feeling a little stream of water trickling down the back of your neck from another' man's umbrella. Being under the necessity of "doing the polite" when you feel ngly enough to turn the world upside down. a if you were brUwn's IRON n, v, a to Bea-- a. Ae.. addrats a MUB.nr.AMt, rriHein-ti- , cHaalard, Uoeoto Co., "MOIVOIV Chiciigo THE tj. ROUTE." Railway. RUNNIKIf Louisville, New Albany & 0SLY UNE BITTERS U the only Iron preparation that does not color the teeth, and will not cause headache or constipation, as other Iron preparations will. FRANCIS Pullman HOTEL. FORMERLY ST. A8APH, L" FaIaco TO Cnrsl AND BOLIB TRilKS LOUISVILLE CHICAGO BROWN'S IRON STANFORD, Refurnished I - - KY. Uavloi had IhUHottl (IrccneMtlr. CrawferdsTllle, Larayetle ad ChleAe-- o rrllheBt clwBxr. TIME TABIX BTATlO.SS. Uall-. ,0 .uk ih Route" aad go throab lo .SffUL,0T,f-!--rr- t Irosa Iht Kbo vl!l Braach of U A N. R. K. arrive la LoeltvllU ".! '' train ot Ik "Mui I Stontwall Jack son ordered Geo. Mahone to take hia division and, attack the Union forces, then he dropped by a tree to get a little rest and sleep. lie waa aoon aroused by one ol Mahone' aids, who had come for further orders, saying the rain bad weltbe amunl tion of tbe soldiers and Gen. Mahone deslr ed to know, whether to give up the attack. Gen. Jackson, without raining his head from the "pillow" the root of a tree told the aid to "go and ask Gen. Mahone if the rain God had seat to wet the ammunition of hi aoldiera bad not also wet the ammunition of tbe enemy. Tel! Mahone to give them cold: steel." Jackson dropped 08 to sleep again and Mahone charged tbe ene my successfully. Ar.fuuDqdoebs. Connecticut hu lost none of the reputation for sharpness ehe won In the good old day of wooden nut- meg. Thalj.it Legislature of the Stat a law requiring the dealer in bogus butter to place conspicuously over bit door a sign witb the words, "Oleomargerine sold here," in letter at least four Inches long. However, tbo law' did natjspecifj-tt- k width of the ietteM. The 'strewd dajer had their sites peteted'wiihl'ieUer cf the prescribed length", a'oaly, a 'sixteenth of an Inch in width. A mierojcepe ha to be used In order to tell what the letters ettnd for. New Era. pued The Island of Jersey, in tbe British ChanmikI nel, contain about 45) square miles if From Uttaatat to ftrrtt, square, about C miles each way. There iHtcHtl (e Keep It Ih h Slrlcllj-are 00,000 people and 12,000 cattle on these Flmt-CiHKj- -, Mhhhit, contracted superficer. Of the Utter about And leavs nothing onJont thst will add to Iht 2,000 head are annually exported--a- n Ijdies and all sufferers from ncu. COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. average of 2,049, or one for every ten acres ralcta, hyttena, and kindred for tbe last ten year. "Far from being tbe will find it without aa equal. rich man' luxury," siys ths Agricultural Art oeVrGazette, "the Jersey cow ia more than any SFOIAL INDUCEMENTS other breed the small farmer' best help." To ratroalt rat, at I htv. tttry coaveDlenetjach She is not made to be eaten, but for a milk at NICE tl AM BOOMS, de.,for their um. machine. Btggtgfl Tramferred to and from "I'll take whlskv; what will you have the Depot free of charge. Fifty-thirFred?" said a man ia a street Give rat a call. W. H. FHANCIH. saloon. "I don't feel like drinking," aaid lWSEfiAXCE! Fred. The first speaker poured out a generous glass of whisky, drank half of it and Seven'First-Olas- s Companies. handed the rest of it to hi friend, remsrk CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RY. 10-WE3I ing, with a wry face: "There' something the matter with that staff, try it." Fred UWm J. St. PHILIPS, Agt., ,8unford. finished tbe liquor. Tbe first speaker laid ten cents on tbe bir and they walkedonL "That a new game," remarked tbe bar Washington, PhlladelphiaN.Y. tender. The only Una running The editor of the ataid old Glasgow (Scotland) Herald writer: "To us it hu al PULLMAN NEW SLEEP ISO CABS ways eeemexl mat tt is natural lor young people to dance a it Is for the bird loslog, and that, under proper regulations, it is an exercise to be encouraged." Ilcllttcd IMly. 101 pm BITTERS Lta. LoaltTlU Arr. (IrMiiraillA. " CrawfordtTllI. " Tlltn S " UUjlIH. Chlcaso OS am a ol i a ia a ta 4 It m am a te pm mia 70 SISata u com-pkjn- Coiumcrcla.1 TrnvclerN -J The uoit direct rouu, with only oot tbaanof ran, to all pot at. la wIkomId, MlaoeMta, Iowa Nebrwka,c l.r lurlhrrlalormallaa. addrtM MURRAY KELLKK, (i. 1. A., LooliiUI, XT Fire, Lightning &Tornado d T SATSS Through Trunk Line THI ORIAT Kentucky's llouto East mnm WlMiMt.Ctiingeaid with Sp UuiuW RWTE A SOLID TRAIN I.eHlJTllIO,OlMClHBa(lHHdI.X iBgiea, Kjr., CUBE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST nwM Locttviua to thx SOUTH & WEST Hasbvlllt,. Wllk.at ehaag. ta Mta-ahl- t. WASHIXGTOX CITY. Connecting to aan dtpol with tut trains tor ' SICK KTAltUk-yoalycanA BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA InFalacCart Wlthaat Chaago. The Direct Soute tolymchbnr j, Danville, Norfolk, SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rroia LoaUslllela PalaoaCart wttUalaUagt. rtceiv tp.clal JO ratea, tow Se As.ats ol thla No FMIRR1NTQ ." mea cm tha ol thla read will fifty-tw- o d HEAD -e. All Virginia and Worth CaroUna Points. JAMEfl V. '" ev. or write foe raltt, ronltt C, P. ATMsSftt. S. P. eVt.A. Loula-llla. Kr. For tickets and further Iniorntitlon. apply ta your nttueat ticket o "ate, or addxaas ACHE a SI0W Malts ' C. W. RMITH, H. Qea'l Jlaaa-- Klthawid. Ural. Weelera Aseat, HS.t LoaltvtUi, Ky, W. FCI.I.ER, ' Utm'l raaa'r Aft. ERNT. Ttnlnla. KENTUCKY CENTRAL fl. R. ar ran --THE MOST DJWKAWJS ROUTE T-O- Aad RepTMMtatiTa Newipsper of the Bevth doe, decidedly tbt Popular Koott, aaVdtnt, tl late oeaag and superior accoaaaedaetoM to THE WEEKLY ClBTCIBrBTATI! Miiioari. Iowa, Saaiai, Texas, IB, one-hal- Courier - Journal AN OBOAM OF fifty-tw- o b-cribe Infl-Mti- Live Issues, Living Ideas !,.. ir-T- ri -- I yOBCES. MOBAIi Exawr Or A confess pie tee rip In any dlrMtloa, your iotatett wiiibabaataHva. by purelta.lng your llekata via K. C and CUatntutJ PuaWnaa Talaee Can; H gaot Mew Day Coacbaa, aad hindtoiuely futnlah w (iuia MurOldvara ions to uaeeuaJevi equlpmeny of thlt Kallabl. thereby tnaklog a trip orar thlt Ua on of luturloui coralort and pleatur. Try It. TIU8 TABLE. IKXrrBCT'OVEttlEB II, ltM Tlmt heratn It M rulnutet slower lhaa time htretofor glrtn. MONOPOLIES, a 0LIGARCHISM I East, West and North 3inaavtcfrom THE SPIBIT OP SUBSIDY A ATTOnNKVS 191-l- Louisville Hour .- embodied In That Thieving Tariff THE " Falmouth " Cvnthlana. Arr. ram 10 ee am 00 p m Let. Parte .....Ill DO a tn 6 00 p tn 13 p u W p at Arr!LaiInitoo.ll Lee, larla. . W p B)i Uilleraburf. . SHDM " Bocih. Lv. CbTlngton. Wo. I. I'llSB llSim 10 Pi a in No. i. Ko. II, I tap m Up tn II p tn -- ... . t, out-spee- Arr. Let, l'arla. C0DRIEE-J0UENAWlnchaatar . WEEKLY L " Klchuioad. " Lancaster Haa no aunerlor ai a uaat tatnllv .nJ tvii!iii..i paper la (be ntwtfir world. Ill clrcubUoa Is Arr. Htaotord June CrlisIJ!. ... Jf.l.Vr TIM US ZAHQEK Kobth. II Ma u ia ai p u IMpu S II p ui a p tn Mo.1. I trapse 10 p in llllpai 7 to pin Wpsu No. a. 1120 oo 0pm 17. ptu pm No. lO' Q tf , AT ""." s Attorney At Per-ba- Hoat-Seekt- -i It-n- 0i,lraigt hlehraood 5 40 a u! It ' Wlnchater 7 on a u 104 pro rr. 1 60 ptu Let. SattTlll ) I. ay Caillala.. 7 10 am IfSpiul.... " Mlllenburg. a p aa Air. l"arl...".. ISJsu 1 50 pin Lvt. Laalngtoa ...... I 7 00 i a oo p tul -- ... 7 45 a i Parlt. IHpiul M a ai 10 p Bt !! X"lVr Crnthlana.. IsOatu 111 pin it Fktiaouth,. J Jlaiul ItO pBt Air. Ooilogtoall ! HVBSCHiVTiOX TKHMH: U C IP p a. 11 a yearj Bunday.ll a year) Weakly, Dally, f . Maya i,H leoaot JI,V,.I.'i . wwiafg, VBt? TNr. " . .KWJW rr,jtayttiiieSIO I. aVM. Ai! Ur, iT'r.iK"'' rwr iciuuoi ht dm ata Mot ua tbt vTii VI" Merit I 5 to a tt, Arr. Lta. SI p u a club rtlttr can, throughout tb year, add alula No. II Lv, Usjavlll 11 M p u. Arr. to p u subscription at our lot l clab rata 11.10 for vaarlr aubKrlutlooa. Yetrlr aubaalBttorn nnlr No. Lv. aloioulb 1 H a tn, Arr. Cov. 7 M can b received at thltt rata. Our urui. fur Nos. lanJ4 dilr I..I...n ..i than rear' ar ft tor e4rht tuostha; TS cents and OotlBtwai all laUr HoaaU BunST foralztuonthti SOcentafor thre tuoniht. A teat?! copy of Weekly Oarfcfsfeunu! It aeot RateM te fre. of (bar lot taatsMyttlea a application. Fertlck.ti raUaand pertalnlo to Liberal cash coramlsaloa allawtd imiuiiri ml Hue, connections, Ac., I4WiiMtl call oa or aAdeat outtt Mat them fret of char. Addrrat W. B. McaW-EB- TS, Aoaar, tflaqford Kr President Courier-Journ- al Co., Loulivillt, Xy. Q. W.BBNBKR. Than soy political ntwtpaper la tbt South, and It excelled br but few la tbt United bUtaa. It mn. Ulna each, weak; Ih tnott cuuplet tuunmry of n. ut u, in, wviw. coiuLaot (Henrr Wattenon, .u4 f)ii. vuiioriai tlwayt art t bit, strong tud bright. Aoiosg tbt ESPECIAL FEATURES all Ih leading points In tha United Utaiet and Europe, Harlal and Short Storlta, Taluant'tberuioaa tbaday altar dellvarr lo Brookl-- n Tabernacle, Market Ktporte, fashion Lettera, Turf tad block Reports, Answer lo Corratpoodeata' Ipartmcnt, l'ottry and leparl Bitot for Children. Mo Uomt la tha Counirr should b without It. Lta. Stanford June .. " ' 10 11 40 am UMprn 01 a in I ftOpat M ptu IlllL Huiu tHm lllptl piu.. jS 1. Speelal ttn ui. .'."?." XmiTAHts. raatSTie, -. Jk Dcn0Mtto asd fer a Tariff fer SerouM oalj. aapHtotoadgt Bgn QEO. K. MeKINNETTr.v.7 .'a- Frl. Art. avj) ,a,,tyB" C:.