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WALTON. rubt lulled TitcmlavH untl M'rlitiiun, Wbn pttJ strictly In aJTanro. K we biro waltanr time. 82.no will t chaKad. POLITICAL to Tho publication of lilaine'a letters to , Mulligan nnd touchirg the Tort Smith & Little Itock railroad, or of that portion of the correspondence not hitherto lniil before the public, aiTorda the moat proof of hid diahonortbio cim-duin connection with that entei prate It in true that the leading facta of the ca were already known, hut the new letter Kreatljr increase the evidence against 1)1 in and thow to what depth of drrwMlon he descended in order to inaure hi flnn-ithe enterprlne yielding lilin the liaanoial prcfita ho deaireJ. Tho incraaant appeal the urgcacy of hi' languair.ii and the inaol-cn- t manner in which Fiahor in more thin one instance, replies to hi inic rtntti tie givea to the correspondence a mwt ex Si. Louia llepul. traordinary character. lican. The tone and character are the same !u alt. They ahow that the republican for the Presidency used the Speaker's ollire for hia private chair as a gain, that he told falsehoods about hi transaction whenever it was ntrwasry to do so to conceal lliem, and that he wa smart enough to inake a firluno out of the buaintai. For all person! who like tt.ul sort of a candidate Mr. JSIaine in juat the tort of a candidato they have liked from the first, and will continue to like to I lit end, no matter how many more IttleraMul Hgan and Fisher may havt Hi f'crre New York IVat. Tlio plii'i truth Ih it the republican tiiiixt now fate in that there ia not a certain Illaine State from Ohio to the Northern Lake and the Pacific Ocean, and wby they are doubtful ia told in the general revolutionary action of the p- - pie P !bition and Kbor are creat fc or, hui why are They are tlr nrViy valves of they a wearied party servltudt, ai.d ilev lefome paramount, not because they are greater iMtiea than in the past, hut because greater d issue have served their purpose and Revolution ia in the air, and that ia why half of (he republican HlMss are Philadelphia doubtful for November. Time a. Jamea 0. Illaine haa ben in public li'e a ijnarter of a century. In al! that time ! hai been a recognized leader of the re pub lican party. We hear of Il'nine'a escapade in Kentucky, of hia Mulligan lct'era and connection with transaction in Little Hock K. R. bonda, of hit btiildinir a $100 000 palace in Washington City and furnishing it at a coat of 550,000 more, he all the while on a comparatively amall aalary; but w know of no great measure of public policy with which Iilalne'd name ia identified. Maine haa done aome work for hiuisclf and hia party. What haa he done for hia country? Covington Commonwealth Fir-heict can-dida- te stock-jobbing -per-iihe- Blaino tho Thinnttt of All Liars His Would-b- e Murderer Shoots and Huns. Hlainn write a followa to hia friend, T the Bailor of The Interior Journal, JuNimo.v City, Spt. '.'0. The unpro-voke- d Win Waller Phelra and cowardly ohootlng of Marahal At floortnwn, Kv., In the spring of 1818, vripi' I wna hut 18 yearaof age, I Aral O. T. Helm by Hen Durham, haa created a met the lady who fur more than thirty four considerable feeling of indignation among yfnra haa bcn my wife. Our arijuaintance the people of thia vicinity. Those who the ahooting tell me that it happenreunited nt lie end of alx mnntha in nn winch, without the proaprot of ed in thia wif. Fur aoveral months the peed marriage, we naturally aotight to vileHtof levd women, both white and black, Two yeara lalir, in the hnve been coining out here every night on kerp to ourelvia. spring nf 1850, when I wia nmtiiiiiijt plain the 9; 15 accommodation and after mixing to loive my profeaalun in Kentucky and with degraded men nnd getting glorioualy eKinlill'lilni; nmelf elaewhere, I waa aud drunk, woild make night hideotia till the detily fliiraiiuiued to PeniHrlv.inla by the arrival ol the 3 o'clock cxpresj next morndeath nf my falliei. It being very doubt- ing. The citizT.H could stand thia kind ol ful if I could return to Kentucky, I w.ia buaintya no longr and the Trualeca held a threatened with an Indefinite feparatiun apecial meeting on Wcdneaday, the object from her who wn-rtmy entire ilcroii' n of which waa to device aome way of putting My one wish wan to aecure her to myself h atop to the kind of fun above mentioned. by an iddioluhle tie againat every posa; They put special police on the force tempoble continKviiPT m life, and on tho .10. h rarily and the nmshal waa told to see that day of June, 1830 jul prior to mr depart- theae wjmen no longer be the cauae of and he had apeclal ordera to arrest ure from Kentucky, we were, in the efce of choarn and trualed frienda, unltad any man in company with them. Among by what I knew waa in my native Slate of those who have fceen moat conspicuoua In lVnnsyUai.il h perfectly leeal form of mir-riag- their Cuiunaiiy ere Monl. Searla, night en On reaching home I fou.iJ tint my gineer in the yards here, and Hen Durham, family and .mptxhlly my bereived mother, luggage chicfcer for the C 8. On the airongly disronntcnanced my buireM plana night in question Searla waa making cona involving too l ng a aeparalion from siderable noie ner the depot, about '2 A. home nnd kindred I complied with htr M,, and Helm Approaching him, requested wish that I Nhnuld reaume, at leaat for a him to ileaiat. Hb replied that it was hia time, my occupation in Kentucky, whither own boa'incMabxit how much racket he I return d In the Ultar part of Uiguit kicked up, and that he would be quiet Purlng the eniu'rg winter, idiiced by won is he got ready; that Helm had but wh'c.i were increiaed by legal lime ue for him or Hjn Durham either. conaulUti'Hia, I became ularmed lcat a Helm said "I guesa you are mistaken about doubt might on the validity of that or I wo'ild have arretted you both the other night when I found you both in the rur mtrri'ije, by reason of with tha law of the stale whero it M lu- depot iu tint little piece of lawlpM " red, for I had Irarnrd that tho Uh of KenAt that moment Durham rushed tucky tnadi-- n licme, certified by the Clerk out of the door and striking Helm on the of the Ctitiuly Court, an indixpcnMbli ahrtilJer in nn impudent manner, said, "I rtquisite of leval uurriage After imi:h am aa good aa you or any other G d d n delilM-ratioand with an anxlom deaire tn man!" havinjr bin pistol in one hand, aa Is guanl in the t ill-- ;nl ieiirht aiippoaed, but coi.cialed from Helm, who any e embarrassment resulting freni alapixd him in the face, instead of breaking our toallioii, for whicli I aljnr f.vi it spin-nibl- hia head with the tick in hia hand, which we ibcidrd lhat the simplest and, at would hive beeu the proper thing. s the anno lime, the nrot way wan to rewith 'he alap, the report of pair to Pennsylvania and have another pistol waa htard and Helm was shot, marriage service perfoimtd. Thia wis the ball entering iust above the right end d,. nr in the prvaenre of wilneuea, in tho if theatoinacu and pvwing out at the lop ciiy of Pittsburgh, in the month of March; of the right kidney a probably fatal shot. 1951, but waa not otht-rimade public Quicklr drawing his pito, Helm waa in for obvioua reia'n. It waa aolemnized the act of giring him aa good as he sent, omy to arcjre an indisputable validity, the but a wrong thought must have possessed firat mirriage being hy my wife and myself him, for he did not fire and Durham walkalays held sacred. ed c 13 unmolested, ns in the excilemeut nc I do not At the mature age of fifty-fou- r uc thought of preventing his escape. defend the wiaJuuj or prudence of a srrret Helm walked to the door of the Tribble wit-utat- j Speaking of Representative Lillard's case, the Nichola.ville Journal Courier says: He filled the poaltion of legislator admirably ao long as the laws he made concerned other people, but he, himself, has transgraced one of the moat sacred lawn aa well aa the moat solemn vows known to civilization. He haa hern proven guilty of taking liberties with nnd making improper proposals to a young girl, whose sole recommendation to any human being is that priceless jewel, her virtue. Some people whoo comcience is rendered elastic hy the presence of influence might pioualy exclaim that, we all ain, but we for ono say that if this charge is true, which It la proven to be, Mr. Llllard should be impeached as a Legislator, and his political honors hurled from him, and he should be beneath the recognition of any friend to virtue, who loves his God, his country and the sacred ties which bind him to his family. Of Laurel county, Ky , la a Candidate to- Supo-vljo- r of Taxes for tbnBth Cangre.sl..DnJ DisI hare Just opened on Depot street lull Una of trict of Kentucky, Horeinber election, Staple and lancy Groceries that I will soil low for ISSt cash or rountry produce. I am nlsa agent for the Hlanford Woolen Mills Yarns and Flannels, of which 1 alwayi keep a full ilcrlc. (lire ma a call 1, Y, "li!"." mney. V. Wc are authorized to announce the Iiao. Vf 9 ?83;'-- ' Stanford, Ky. Younr, ol laurel county, a Can lldate to reprice tha Kin Congr. sdonat District, ai a member ot tha Stale Board of Diuallzttion, subject to tha arti.Mt of the Democratic party. New Store! I, W. If. II. THOMPSON, J,t TT11 iiox. iv. s. Yousa. ICE! ICE!! ICEH! I will dellrer Ice to regular customers every ONE CENT 2,7- - PER II. K. at tnorn-fn- g COMMERCIAL HOTEL! POUND- now. HTVIV17'OUtr, ICY. I bare nnted the shore renlrally located Hotel, and will use orery etlort toglre entire satisfaction t'j tho public. Neat, cool rooms; cxcelleat uble; cheap rates. Oir me a call. 8'-'' Accounts duo at the close of each month or when customer quits. Ml. IK FARM FOK SAMS! I offer for rata privately my farm, neir the A. Coffey's Mill pike, 1 mlla west of Ml. Salem Post-offic- e, Lincoln county, containing 87K There. Is a larga barn on the place and tha other Improvements are lair. It is well watered and fenced. I have 5 arrca In tobacco and 13 acrca In corn that I will sell either with the farm or not, as the purchaser desires Trmi lib-erion or adJresl Mi. II'. JW.VX, J. Ml. CLARK. Acre. Wool Carding & Spinning ed, pr. o The Winchester Democrat tells of a Clark P" county young man wno, wnue courting a 2lJtu girl in a neighboring county by moonlight, sat on a bee hive for a dry goods box. The C3r- young man would not bee hive himself, but Ricr-- KS KTS thumped his heels at nn improper time. The picnic which followed can only be de& scribed by the drat lines of the old song: LoulBTllIe, Ky., Cincinnati, 0., and Indlanapolu, "Sich a gitten' up stairs I never did see," Ind., dealersA.In Slelowar A Sons'. Dwkir . Hainea', J. V. Fischer, Vose A Sons', Baldwlu A Co.'s Cottage, Upright and Square Piano Fortoa; tic. 3R.. "WCaLtOrS We are running our mill far Carding and 8ptnals and doing good work. Wool can be sent by sxprvss to us and returned same way; pack grease socut ly In bundles. Csrdlng while rolls, 8 ets , btwk and mixed, 10 eta., per pound when greaea tofor-nlshMt.enleui, Ky. 2 cents aided when we furnish It. Savdoa. your wool and give us a trial. C. II'. WATS OX A SOX, 2"-ni MltcbelUDuvg, ir . I. II. Said win Poet-offic- e, Co., OPERA HOUSE, BTANKmD. KY. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. SIiofStag8,;2QxS0. Eight complete acts af Beaa-e- ry Seating capacity, including gallery, M8. KMiooable rates to good attractions. Addraaa as above. Huebtnd: "My der, are you going to instruments euia at prices ana terms chasers. Don't give your orders till the reception prices and terms. Wife: "Yes, but really I're nothing to Dana-Hie, also tha Eatey, Snonlnger and Hamilton Organs, to suit puryou get our Ky. wenr " Husband: "Then for heaven's sake don't go. I wouldn't hare you appear there in u nude state for anything in the world." fFrankfort Capital. Very podtive in her testimony was the accused a boy of stealing her watch in a street car; but after securing his committal for trial she found the timepiece safe at home, where she had inadvertently left it on going out. Des. Moinea woman who T. iff, bus!-new- I WALTON GROCER, i c mnnr St. John's record, it seems Mmim e, Rlmul-Uneour- ly D.ir-ham- is not altogether impeachable. He smokes, and for rainy yeus put he haa been very fond of peanntK N Y. Tribune. A new form of dynamite is made from loplar wood flour, and resembles a varnished doughnut It Is as explosive as the or- aii eitmeiset OF- - t. ALWAYS OX HAND FULL STOCK dinary kind, but far safer. The Salvation Army claims that its ors are Hying in nineteen countries, and that it prints eighteen journals in six dif- ferent languages. A hurricane moves eighty miles an Coaches were first used in England 15GP, Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Queens-ware- , Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. hour. col- in -- mirriage auggested by the ardor and e of youth, but honor and Ita purity wrre Inviolate, m I believe, in the sight ot (Sod, and can ua be made to appear other, wise by the wicVed device! of mm. It brought to me a companlonahip which haa been my chief happlnesa from my boyhood's ytara to thia honr, and haa crowned me with whatever of aucceaa I have attained in inex-eritnc- life My eldeat child, a aon, waa bjrn in hia grandmothei'a house, on the 18th day of June, 1851, in the city of Augusta, Maine, and died In her nrma three yeara later. Ilia aahes repose in the cemetery of hia native city, beneath a atone which recorded hia name and the llmita of hia innocent life. That atone, which bad atood for almoat an The city of entire generation, haa bten recently defaced A Shaky Foundation New Orleana ia built on awampy low land, by brutal and aacrilegeoua handa, Aa a candidate fcr the Presidency, I knew elmoat in the delta of the MiaaiMippi. Many large buildings are alowly fettling that I ahould encounter many forma of into the soft earth or getting into a leaning calumny and personal defamation, but I commenced cjnftsa that I did not expect to be called poaltion. The custom-housao many jcars ago that tha memory of the on to defend the name of it beloved nnd oldeat inhabitant doea not run to the con- honored wife, who ia a mother and grand trary, haa nevet been finished, Htand to- mother nor did I expect thnt tho grave of day without a permanent roof, ia sinking my little child would be cruelly an inch in alz years, and If (he world will Again audi groaa forma of wrong tho law Ual ling vnough it is only n ijiitatton of glvono adequate reilrt-u"- , and I know (hat time aa to when the olliciala in the lower in the end my most tllective appeal a.i!iNt floor will have to iiiovh up one story, nnd the unspenkablo outraged which I redot keep on moving at atated intervala until must be to the noble wuiu.inhojd of Auicr ica. House, about twenty steps, and fell. Dr. W. B. McClure waa quickly summoned, and aaiited br D.-- Johntone, Cartright, Alcorn and Hunn, haa left nothing undone though at thia writing they are all hopeless of hia ncovery. H. H Turnbull, President of the Hoard of Trusters, and a leading and influential citizen, tells me that it ia his belief that It was a premeditated affair on the part of Durham and Searla, and he ia a man who always gela nt the facia in a case before exposing an opinion. I give his opinion with hia permission nnd slate also that hia belief ia in strict accord with a large number of otheis. Durham tried to borrow a piatol a few nights prevloui to the shooting, saying that he believed Helm had but little use for him and added: "I am d n certain I have no love for him." Durham lived in Stanford for a while and if be made any friends the fact was not made public, and when the news was received there Friday that he had shot Helm 1 heard one of tho beat citizens of the town say: "Well, Durham was a contemptible wretch and it's a pity he is not the one that is killed." The rherlfT nnd n posse have been quite diligent in feirching for Durham, but up to thia time have not been successful. J. F. W. s. The average human life is thirty one vears. Jap in has only 10,000 piuperi in a population of 30,000,000. You Can Hart It. "My dear.whit would I gtva to bare your halrt" often mill hr mhldlo aged ladles to you Dg onei. Mtdtm, you may bar J ml such balr. Tarter! Hair Ilaliam will glie It to you. It will itop your hair from falling oil", reator the original color and make. It long, thick, soft and glassy. You need not Hand helpleuly enrylntf tha glrli. The Balaam Is not oily, not a dye, but la in elegant dressing and li especially recommended for cleanllnni and pu1 VERY- LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR CASH, And to Prompt Paying Short-tim- o .goods sold on long timo. USE- Customers, No -- rity. Positive Curt for Piles. To the people of this county wa would say that we hare boan siren the agency ol Dr. Marcblil'a Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or iuo.iey refunded Internal, External, Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50 centi a box. No cure, no pay. Penny A McAllster, Drnpgliti. Daughters, Wires and Mothers. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'e a female remedy, to cure Femala Diseases, tuch as ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, railing and displaceusnt or bearing down feeling, Irresatarlttlcj, llrrennes. Change cf Life, LeuconhiiM, besides many weaknesses springing from the aboTp, like Headache, Dloat-In- g, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Xcrvoua debility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For sale by drtlffclsti. Prices SI. nJ !l KO nor Imillo. Kn.l to Dr. Slarchlsl, Utlca, N.V., for pamphlet, free.' Korsale by Penny A McAllster, Druggists. tio&Bm wmmmT Made from (lie best Mluuesola Wheat. TRY- - ram For gale ealy.fej' T. B. WALTON Ne Plus Ultra Coffee, I1EST IIOASTEI) KIO, For hiiIi only It' LATEK. T. n. VA TO. they get to thai pvt whero the roof ought to be -- Philadelphia Vet-- '. Very aincerely, jour friend, Junction City, Sept. 22, 7 r. JousG l5t.ai:.K Tu frae caimnea and other cie birda Tho first horse cam werp intrudiicud into hieh infest them, the lolPniladelphi.i in ISod, Mid were looked up from the infect loping method ia lecumoifnded by cno who on by the people as n mere experiment, practiced it for tears: liable to t taken tip at nr time Hut lit. car have now extendtd until Phila- P.very night just at Jink the cans r aviary thoo Duria covered over with a white cloth. delphia haa juu ahown that ahe powee-c- a with about ing tho night tho parasite will crawl from about 'MA mile of car track, they 1,100 cats nnd 7,500 horsce. Laf-- t year oil' the birda on to the cloth, where thoee Plilhdelphia liuea carriud more than urn he reen ruiinini; about when the cloth, may 112.000.000 pawengcrK. The city of Uroth is removed in daybreik. Ine inaecta eticlta to the antique and hi killed hy putting the cloth into boiling erly Love atill obaolutoaiz.cent fare, which would make water A repetition of the prrcean will soou about SO.7G0.00O to be divided among a clear aw rty tho peata without injuring the largo mimder of atockholders. A very ti- bird'. Inn-c-l powder will no doubt kill parasites, but the birda aa well. dy little num. u There waa excitement in the railrcad A colored woman et Shepherdavile, Ky Wcllleld, Maw , when a elray at haH given birth to twins', one black and wllli no marka to ehnw the other white Paradoxical n it mny trunk turned up will doubtlwa bo lla doatiuation, and emitting rucli a Hlench pound the white child whould considered the "blnck aheep of that flock." that a council wan held aa to what be done with it. Viaiona of eriuio llonted Madiaonvillo Timec through eviry mind With fear and horcum: roifi'iiiKs. ror tho lock wan forced nnd the cover raidIllt are frcijucntlv tircccdeitby a uf IrM ed Tho cauao waa found in a lot of Intlio lick, loln ami lowr l.rt of tho alhtuaiiti, that had fermented, and a quantitlmi caiulngtl.apatUut to ruppoto lioliai ty nf cooked corned beef and other eatablta At tlmi-vt tho Hilncja or inlglilnirlnic orgntn. which hud ppjiled from tho heat and long i)rjitoiiitof Inillgwtlou ma iinwiit, ni llntnli-my- , of tin) atomacli, He, A uiol.turo, UVo keeping. nncaliia ltclilnj, ) tr.i'lratlon, proluclntf n very (llwigrw-uWJUST AS GOOD. a trry coimnon attemUnt. after totting warm, Many nnicrupul out Oealcm may tell you they have rily)liMatciiiceto the Ullii.l, Illdlnjiiiiil Hilling auccf-tefiilly aU-tio- ham found out that the diligent him would be continued, and that he would have to givehimielf up to the authorities or seek a more congenial dime. He chose the former and is now in the hands of the law. but Mr. Helm U reeling easy the doctors ray there is not much change in hia condition. He sppearH better at any rale and hia friends have strong hopes J. F. AY. tint he will pull through. Cabb-iRe- Dursearch for m. I BnI Bfli CULMINATION OF SUCCESS r I for winter ueo aro usual ly J push-pi- ?' oim-nlT- , 1 niillrntlu of Hr. lliwuiko'i Tilt ItemeOy, hlch ni U dinctly iiou tlio jarta alTittr,!, almorUns tlm rnui-Jle- Turn ", ii!liyliig tlio lntiiM Itching mul afTittlug ft th Dr. 4'ruiuiieiit cure. 1'rlco E0 culi. Aihlrc by Slcltob- p.,..inko JlwlWua rina, Olila. Stllgg. .Tin i C, .U lii.ic ahead too fait, according Thnt ia they are set out too early and consequently ripen off too early, bo early in many casea that they will not keep uutil January. C.ibbago plants set out tho last of June on good rich eoil will uiako much better keepers than if set out the first of June. To be truly valuable the garden muni produce something for all tho rcnaona of the year a constant nnd plenti ful supply. This cannot be done by bow-inthe garden nil at one time, us too many do, rather than have any after trouble with it. A .Manaachiitetts Hay oyster planter pays boys a cent for every ataifith caught in hia beds. He saves $1,C00 a year on the oya ten which would be otherwise destroyed, besides a profit of I wo cents on each starfish which he dries and sella. for Coughs hd.1 Cold aipm! In mfrlt au4 iu Girls, never tiirt. Instances have been Ytry resi'itt Jtnt ai KoJ n tho olil rrllable Dr. liMniiko Cons'' anil l.uns Synip, unlesiyou lnUt known where Rirls while ilirting have upon thU rm1y hu1 will take no other, you aro dropped their switches and frightened thoo Whitehall llaltto to ho crently itreehwl. Trleai, 60 cant! ana they have been flirting with. Timer. I'M. Sold by Ucltolcrts A tstagtr. i a 1 "V I S2 Hanoi. m m m m ss aasfjjajiM fc o r t LL " 5 e Si 5 Si -- s . i is? I , li a l SB z c a 2 . ill I, s S i i: huck-elherri- m a . tiff w m ss is - ifl co o i i g e sJ g g F 5 ! ij i i5 sso 1 -g- 2a a9 fii s a I s 3 I I Ini Rl a' is Ini . ag s. ; s 8 h 1 1-3- -g ig s & re M aa r usS LF5 y s si si i Da 61 if ffil r?lnH ? HI II E- - b W S ULl M o 8 O M s K Vm (M s M$gjA ADMISSION 25 GENTS.np rCOME ONEI COME ALL! FJJmNnI II'JI'W JMIII IHWlkP tgm mff i' i 'iy tuimiiuwiniwiiiii -- iimuum mpiua w.i. iui umuiwwmw ffittttUfilntenorlournRl W. P. WALTON. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. REV. GEO. 0. BARNES. yrd, Ky., Henry Clay was In atery critical condition at late reports. - September 23, 1884 Isaac Jacobson was hanged at Chicago for the murder of George Bedell, April '28, LETTER FROM ENGLAND. JPHA.IHI3 TllK i,OHl" Vi'k give on our firat page Blaine' Ter-nif how iind w ben Harriet Btanwood takThe ticket now standf: For Presideul, the prettily shaded Hampetead Lane, became hiii wife, which we aek our readers, ing the name of the historic "Heath" both democratic and republican to read Mrs. Belfa A. Lock wood; for to which it leads, from the top of which Mrs. Dr.Clemence Lozter. carefully nnd rce if they can any loiter oaks "Vote for Cleveland and we close our one can look down and sco the elms, hold a doubt that he Reduced her. It haa and acacias arching over the roadway, unnot occurred to us that this matter should works," is the lying cry being started by til the grand drive is lost in the cool vista. tak nnv ereal nlace in the diacuasion of thieving protection manufacturers. and name An Indiana postmaster has been arres- "4 Park Terrace" is the number the &U.m of Blaine for President until wo villa" of kind Bro: Piper's read this silliest, flimsiest and thinest lie ted for destroying democratic newspapers where the dear LOUD has housed us for ever concocted nnd published for reasoning sent to his office for delivery to subscriber. you Of the 260 republican members of the "the present distress" and where, if people o believe. He first states that he London soon, you will find as happy visit was married without license in the presence New York Stock Exchange 151 are against a family as any in it, big as it is. few irusteJ frimds, taking care not to Blaine, 09 are for him and 10 are on the of a Praise the LOUD for the quiet temporary r.j who performed the ceremony v That li-a fenceAllen Coburn, the attendant at the retreat much more pleasant than lodgings year or so afterwards, learning that a Anchorage asylum, who was struck in the which we joyfully accept, because He cense was required to msko a marnase le- head by a patient on the 10th inst., expired knows we have not tho least idea of ever gal in Kentucky, he went to Pittsburg, Pa., st 11 o'clock Sunday. "settling down" anywhere, but rather as and ws married again, this marn'age oc The pickets Bonanza, Morning Mail "pilgrims and stiangers" wail the joyful curring but two months prior to the birth acd the Government vessel Lily, were desperiod when wo shall be caught up to meet of his first born. Singular indeed was it troyed br fire at Cincinnati, Saturday the dear LOUD "in the air." to be forever lhat neither he. the parson nor his trusted morning. Loss $105,000. with HIM. Our house is furnished from ," . friends knew anything of the marriage laws --An earthquake shock, of no great vio top to bottom with everything needful sent 11 tool of Kentucky and he a school-teachelence aid lasting hut n few teconds, was in by the loving friends, whoie namets have boy could have invented a A felt in Louisville, Cincinnati and vatious been so often mentioned in my letters home, .more plausible lie and we arraign Mr. points in Indiana and Ohio. that all know who they are The dear Blaine not so much for what he did then is all torn up Pipers, Gieens, Ellites, Toda aud Bullets, Chicago upper-tendobe does now. This letter proves over the elopement of Misa Ella Turnbull of Highgate, all sent in appropriate contri- him a miserable liar and his other letters, with Alex. Nervan, a butcher-bo- y employ- butiona, while our "cousin Judie" In her to be found on our fourth page, proves him ed in her father's packing-house- . loving zeal, so stripped her own bouse to to be a venal, corrupt and dishonest man, Judge Stites decides that there is no furnish ours, that Will pleasantly tells her totally unfit to be President of this United law requiring wholesale liquor dealers to "Gloucester Villa" is not worth burglariz-- States. Can any honest man rend them take out a State license, or any law iequir-in- g ing now. The dear Burys, from far ofl suail cast his vote to make him the first man them to pay a State license tax. Birnet, and the Limmers, of Bexley Heath, . in the nation? Miss Begel, croraing a field contain- did not forget to add their quota m tlic Tiik New York JW takes a rosy view of ing cattle, near Quebec, became frightened general make up; and so from cellar to the situation. It say: 'Axourancea reach at a demonstrative ox, and died from garret we cannot turn without a reminder us that Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinexhaustion on leaving the field. of what we owe to these dear ones for their ois and even Iowa are as likel to go demo The immigration into the United States fellowship in the gospel. cratic as republican, and while we receive in August amounted to 33,1-lS- , and in the When I returned from the continent, it all each information with reeerve, we are first eight months of the current year to order" was to find everything in "apple-pi- e convinced that even the most extravagant 340,583 In 1S84 the totals were respect- and no signs of a new and disordered democratic claims are not impossible of ively 38.3SS and 40G.453. Our "little maid" who wailfulfilment. There is revolution in the air A primary election has been ordered in ed on us at ''Woodstock Uosd," was easily ia theEwtas well as in the West, and if the 2d district to settle which shall be the being out of service and nothanybady doubts it let him take a careful democratic candidate for Congress, Clay or engaged ing is lacking in any department. aurTey of the disheveled columns of our Laffoon, a convention having cast 959 balSpeaking of "Woodstock Road," reBlaine or- lots without being able to do so. esteemed contemporaries, the minds me that you know nothing about it. gans. They are Luns all over with signals At Kansas City, a roller coaster car Our good sister Griffith in Shacklewell of diatreap." containing sixteen persons, was derailed. Line, continuing in such precarious health Althouoh the presidential election is Miss Taffy suflered a fractured arm, Wm. that she could no longer undertake the 4)ut six weeks off no apparent intcieU has Taylor had his shoulder dislocated, and care of lodgers, we had to look out for a been developed in this section and the same half a dozen others received painful in new home and found it for a while at fl5 P" eems to be true of nearly every other paint. juries Woodstock Road. i OO M Thomas M. Jackson, of Atlanta, Ga., Kentucky's vote will go for Of course FiJisnunv Park. Here we had most fc1 Cleveland in any event, hut it won't do to siwpicioning for some time that his wife pleasant rooms, a good landlady and light CD was unfaithful to her marriage vow, set let the usual large majority be cut down M CD One insurmountable drawback, howt'n rent. and for this reason the democracy ought a trip and caught her and a ever. Two lines of railway ran back of ID CD to go to work. Cleveland and Hendricks' flagrante delictu, and shot them to death, the window of our sleeping department clubs should be organized everywheie and through a window. p" -and the roar and rattle of the many trains CD i Ooe of the best speeches of the camevery effort be made to draw out a full aq CD late at night were in the early morning and We have good material here for paign must he credited to Rojcoe Conk-linTote. O me. I couldn't get sound The story goes that upon being too much lor CD a club and one ought to be organized st sleep and after two weeks it became such a CD ct-- a asked if he would take the stump, for once. chronic insomerioue matter, threatening 0Q CD w CD The Blame letter in regard to his pre- - Blaine, he replied: "I am not engaged in nia, that we were obliged to leave. Juat Stanwood was criminal practice." tended marrisge with Mi" timbroglio occurred and Mr. Lot M. Morrill, the widow of a then the Guinnesath Burys, took us all in given to the public just at the time it was C tour dear friends, to break the effect of the last bitch of ibe former Mains Senator, in a recent interview, at Welland House for 10 days. Then the CD CD P" so called Mulligan letters. But his friend ssjb: "Mr. Blaine went into Congress twen- Greens at Highgate did the same, until we CD P" W William Walter Phelps, has reckoned ty years ago a poor man, and ia now worth were reidy to move into Bro. Piper's comwrongfully. No revellation could overshad- a million dollars What has Mr. Blaine fortable villa, as narrated in n previous letow them. It is said that a man that will done for the country but defraud and disP" ter. I had no difficulty in getting back to steal will also lie and it has been strongly honor ii?" B ou the sleep qtiostion after O Gid Henderson, a farmer, while feed- the italu quo verified over Blainea own signature in leaving Woodstock Road. But 100 trains Ct-ing hogs at his home, near Ilopkinsville, regard io himself. The people could for50 yards of one's 1 Ky , was assassinated. Some one concealed thundering by within give a youthful indiecration but they hate w chamber window, between the hours of 5 and ab jminate a dishonest man and a liar in the woods filed thirty buckshot into him and 8 in the morning, not to speak of frekilling him instantly. James Reynolds, a The directors of the Southern Exposi- neighbor with whom he had a quarrel, is quent ditto up to midnight proceeding were rather too much of a good thing in CD tion have hit on a happy plan to draw the suspected. CD O the locomotive line, for ound sleeping. mouf'tremendous crowd ever in LoumtHIp. Annio Nutt, 16, eocand daughter of O ybelwsen 11 nnd 12, -t p" Trwy have nxeJ uci mior "umce-nomer- s the late Capt. Nutt, and sister of Win. We retired generally Pi crr-- O CD very CD CD dav" and have eent out invitatiins to theiVatt who killed Dukea for slandering and the morning hours are therefore p" ooautle's number all over the Sute. If his siiter, died suddenly at Uniontown, precious for rest. 1 CuSOjr appointed meeting began on the tkey all accept the city wont hold them Pa. It was at firet thought she was poisona aad tLey will have to go into the big Ex ed, but the doctors now aree that it was evening of Sunday the 27lh of July, in LASCISTKK lim.KTISEJlKM.S. amall tent at Upper Clapton. It was as position in detachments. crimp colic that tool: her off. from Charrington Great Gen. Logan is in Ohio talking his ig- great a "plunge" An anxious people are longing to read as the transition B. P WALT EH norant and inexhaustible drivel about the Assembly Hall to this, the first epistle of St. John, the prohibition from Danville with its crowded house en S TJ It C3 13 ON1 I K !V 'Jt 1 M I LANCASTER, KY. candidate, but knowing that his fir-- t will tariff Logan in tbo beautiful act of adornGreensburg and its 50 to Office ore r L'1Umu ' bo his last, the saint is taking his own time ing Blaine's person with the tariff fig leaf the 99th day to ulluiial Un- - k. OBImi kuur attendants in a little country church. from Ii to 12 A. M. aad from 1 to r. M. in a hopelefR effoit to hide the letter's tat- 75 or writing. It may be some consolation Or as marked as tho change from the L. V. . X. liDSUUTT. to a waiting world to know, however, that too is a spectacle that should tempt the Frankfort Major Opera House, with its HUBBLE & DUUDETT, .Chicago on the 27th to pencil of the political cartoonist. lie ia coming to Louisville packed audiences, to the "little flock" that ATTOKNI3YH A.T LAW, deliver a tirade against our favorite bever Times LANCASTEII, KY. only served to est ofl the unfilled vastness Senator Bayard, in a speech in Brook Will practice Iu Garrard nnd adjoining ronotU. age. lyn, N. Y. referring to the Mulligan letters, of the Dayton Skating Rink. The lesson ang 1 oi.rt .i A'ri-a.ntnoe iu ttta JtoMuion riUMk y Wi do not get the Apotolic 'lima we are said, "If any man could doubt after read- of "first the blade, then the car, then the South aide 1'ubllc t?iurc. glad to say, but we note from our exchangthe ear" has been eo conitantly ing them, the guilt of Mr. Blaine, particu- full corn in es that its td.tor advUci his re id era not to larly in view of the last 'fresh wave of over- repeated in our simple ministry that we support Cleveland, bectuse of the Maria whelming and damning evidence,' he have no time to get conceited by popularity. Italian charge. Sensible people do not could not understand the processes of such What a mercy for which we praise the reed any advice for this pharaaje. We a LORD infeignedly, when we think of the man's mind. doubt if he has the right to throw a atone The frenzied prediction by a woman weakness of the flesh! iiiu.elf So we began in tho dingy little lent, staton a Missouri railroad train that an awful The double issue of the Louisyille accident was impending might not have ed with comfortless beeches, dimly lighted 7ftu Saturday, was a genuine daisy and cared anybody had she not immediately by a few kerosene lamps and with only the the best of it is we are to have one everv afierward fallen from her eat dead. Most capacity of holding 250 or 300 people, with vreek. There are few better papers in the of the passengers quit the caro at the next same old unfeigned joy lhat has become the country than this lively, sprightly station, but nothing happened to those who blessed habit of our lives now. Praise the glad of the repeated evi- continued their LOUD that his service is so delightful as to journey. dence that it gives, that it has come to Henry Clay, a Louisville lawyer and leave no room for wounded amour proprt stay. never grand son of the "Great Commoner" was and that we have been spirit-taugWe eay it and say it boldly that Belva perhaps fatally shot Sunday morning by to "dlspie the day of small things." And iiavi: A, Lock wood is by far the prettiest of the Councilman Wepler, in his a glorious meeting we had in that "wee" numerous presidential candidates now he- - Clay was drunk and vrben Wepler refused canvass tabernacle. The glory of the boon Extenforo the people. Her r icture in the current to lend him four dollars he abused him LORD filled the little "establishment" in aweetforany- - soundly and went for a pistol. When ILtrper' isjuat a little too-tohe the wilderness just as full as tho glorious thing. ro Their Stock 01 Temple of Solomon. Tho weather was returned with it, the shooting occured. admirably suited for tent Blaine's letter comes as near confessing Thomas Simpson,;aged about' 35 years, rathor hot, but the whole matter as it could without mak- while in a canoe with one or two other par- services, and we Boon had everything aB Dt ing it in so many words. Perhaps he is ties, on the Cumberland river near the old full aa it could hold, and an overflow in the beginning to find out that it is always best Cumberland coal banks, was suddenly at darkness of the "outer court." The dear And now have tho Best Stook in Occ an Gov. C.oveland suggests to "tell the tacked with heart disease, and fell out into LORD gave renewed liberty and power in tral Kentucky. They have Parlor truth." the water. When he was pulled back into preaching the word and many souls were and Bod Room Sots, Carpet, The Qieen City Suspendet Company has the canoe he was dead. He leaves a wife saved and blessed. I have stopped the Cane and Penitentiary suspended and now Borne of the fellows wjll and six children. Somerset Republican. counting business, bo don't look for any Chairs, Marble Top, have to suspend their breeches with one Mr. Blaine's attorneys filed answers to moro "aUtlaties" until we get to heaven, CentroStand& Exit the 22 interrogatories pionounded by the where we shall be able to reckon accurate- usptnder,a kind of (etas tension Tablos, were. Indianapolis Sen tine in the libel suit Wovon Wine, Cot-te- n U lai he "tuk up with" his wife like the against that paper. The answer claims a We made some charming acquaintances s, Top andHair colored papulation did in elavcry times. secret marriage at Milleraburg, Ky., June amenu christians. The "Mission" in the Folding Bed LounThe democratic State Committee at 30, 1850, witnessed by Sarah Stanwood and lent is an "outwork" of a neighboring ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes i ional church and conducted by a Columbus is in receipt of information S. L. a Blaine; and a second marriage at and Sofas, and Everything Else with from counties bordering on the Ohio, that Pittsburg, Pa., March 29, 1W1. The first Mr. Ueddow, a "olicitor" connected Kept in a Firstolass!Furniture Store legnl firm iu the city who child, a son, was born June IS, 1851, at h loftvos no daubt that the republicans are Granulated ftn;;ar Prlceo. Augusta, Me. with his devoted wife and a noble hand of importing negro voters. di t, "semi-detache- Caue ok Tod Bnos. A Co. 20 Fksciiuiicii 1 1881. George Denny, of Lexington, has been Stkeet, London, Aug. 23d, 188 1. J Blaine Dtar Jnlerior" retained by the prosecution in the We live In beautiful Highgate, down libel suit. : 1 ner-vor- u .helpers, labor "in season and out of season" for souls. I think they all learned, during that 10 days' meeting, the "way ( the We count ibe LORD more perfectly." friendship of these lstesl "fellow l.iwrei whose nniUM are in the book of life, as urecioua bevnnd exnression. Wa .had the pleasure of twice taking (en with tho Bed Dktt Ki IN dows nnd seeing their sneet little family fjAr$new acquaincircle, while cultivating the -ami Drugs, Books, Stationery a1,- "PJ tance. Thor are young people jet, with u, runuy hi iiuiub. irV only 3 little "chicks" (ooare for; but it is " r-Taj-.- ' ' a gret pleasure to sco how beautifully l'lO'tiltii.' ) mm i ) lont in i H iiial I) comjHMinWcl Alio- - M'e9A they are rearing them, "in the nurture and admonition of the LORD " Marie taught the two elder ones some of her sor.g and -- " t'lSb Uf$l they were soon devoted to her. The young- The Largest Stock of Vntchen, Olocks, est is just beginning to toddle, and has nothJewelry and Silvarwnro ing developed yet but a good appetite, and perhaps the all pervading instinct of a true Tr inii(-- . to IM. iujiWi I'.mi I uncr ili hi Will liM, lot Vi mil Irwrltr Iti the l.owi-Briton Israelite to il on (li.nt urn hi' mill Warranlnl ppr:piia c ivory-thin- g I Oj the in tho world to his use occasion of ourfitst visit it may he men tioned in illustration of tliie after a of omnious silence, when the voice of ' hi by" had not been heard for several miuuics and it occurred to us to make search ' r the missing darling; we at last found liim in the dining room, before the uiicn door of -- - DKAI Ht IN the bullet, sitting on the floor, with legs Hoi-nOract-rlOH- , NIicm.. wlda apart, a great piece of cak in each Hani it lire, NikIiIIuh, Iron, Iliii-iri- hand, s.tltcellar overturnml (mistaken fir ll'lil.,. HHKK3 NliMfft, powdered sugar, doubt!e0 butter Hm-newCiiih tltlU, , .,--.!,-,,UtHH-H- , with marks of five fingers on its cot tents, CldOr JEillK. Stilus, (another disappointment evidently , fire MoiHMwirs'. Torn Miullerx, Collttro, smeared with various article ol jiui aad Oliver Chilled. Champion Steol nnd nrwiloy Combiued Plows, preserves he had "sampled" and an ext tt Wooden and Cast Pumps nnd th- sion of beaming joy ns he innocently oiler- tfttyaold Elevator. Tin Roof- mpau-- ' Ou tsrintj will h.ve prompt ed to share the cake with his mama, wt.ei. attontion. H". It llrlihuirv, J .'lIlVxilKMI we appeared upon the scene It was a M II Hlht.Jf tableau never to be forgotten. By the time that meeting w over our dear George Wood had arranged f r another. What this dear brother has dona f r th cause and us, its representative, I will i shock his sensitive nature by rtcounting In print. But I will not only say tint will. him and our dear "cou'in Judie," it is the UHUUIilb'lb AND old story of what once happened aa :Ie "stood over agiinst the trtmury" and marked what was going on. Out of theii j "penury" they have girrn a nearly M Itf-- i I their living as any I have ever known Driii;, Wall Paper, Wine. Miihln,! Well, they "know whom they have helifv ('llClllll'Ulx, Liquor 15'.. .T" IiiMtriiciiiuiilw. ed" and I praise the LORD for teaching Miillutivry, t lKnrs, Porkel OllN, Noiip. them tiefulnes in service, rarely seen in TailmwoH, i'lillcry, l.n tups, IVriinuery, Fire this selfish age. Macliln (Ontlnurl Dfxt Mu? i Our Jonelry, Mhcnrnri' nnd 'ptlcal (ioudn Urpurlment N In rVecdlfn. Churn or Col. I 1104. MclmnN, Hho rrlll Repair .Vatrlirinml Clocks Promptly ,,d lit TM1 S PINNY PHARMACISTS, V,l9T; ' - JEWELERS- miMZmmL jv A &$&A. v v 5 1 i on If 1 liltralila i, o pl-.- lUierH ,, '''Ml I.lll.(,.rn Oel-bra'- ed I miMuTIS is, ! Opera House Block Taint, in: AJ Stanford, Ky., Arm, C- -r- style. the bwl bar-keep- Qw Oh o 3 o 2 at g. e- -t- 3 Q o o f IB. Q A E. WEAB1fflf UKTBERTAKER, AND- - P e-- o p o 0 P c-- c-- t- P P P P emlmicJiifc from Hit ( hcnpcMl l the Parlor Nnlle. JVe iifi'tl to no to the larxe elllen to niulu- - 3 our purehaneH, no matter Mlintqmw.tllj riuall3 3oti uant, its I cm any price jou can ohiaiu elMCHherc, IrelKht and nlll duplicate helnjj added. AImo a full assortment ololllu..,n cm, Miroudn and UoIicn cmhriif immii eneap and expeiishe. '" Mare room opposite M. Miipli Hotel. Maulord, Kj. ev-entili- ng rull ami complete iiHMirtiiiciu ol riimlliire, '"""" zrrw. V ! " 11 w a &P PP 1 fAYtOrt 5 .npEK BOSS CU'r .. . Taylor Manufacturing 1 Co. HAMnEnSHUKO.PA. l 1 Fivo Awards at the Louisvillo Expoii tton in 13S3. "i E o P &p" """'"in ' ' to !.V 1 .ir-.- i ' 11 P Wrllr un Iiik I. In il hvr .idfLinTfl 1, I .r. i . Si , ir ..J I'll I. nkln Aitilrm prlir arali i Ml I I 111 Moni. ( o.. ii,, IflMl f.ir i.l.lr rulilc Mill frrn fcacaiy tark lnr 8r.rD, B. WEAEEHf, Y1 r 1. IVIUHK.V, IIAMTON. OKNE'Ht.AOT., Kr BoiVTiTfiTc!. ion Agrat. C0MMISSI0X JttlKCANT 31 j E. A AaTACTlJTtEBS, AGENT. oflhe follouin 184-l- I.iirjce Sloclt SEASONABLE ENT EBPR9SE' Baker Drills, Drills, Grain" Grocery. Buckevo Ornin MoSherry Grain Drills, Hoosier Grain Drills, CcJlS: Kalama2 Harrows Champion Sulky Plow, Gbamnion Steel Boara Plown. Gidar Mul, Oaae Mills, Caue Mills, Evaporatora, Feed Gutters, Xiauca.slor, JKciitucky, BuRgios, Carriugos, Surroys, A few MoUiieuiiil Pupm iumI young-terandwea- Spring Wagons, Pnrm Wagons, &o. Itnull'3 Siill.y IMohhiK Lunm (Iiiiii 'oit to elone out. &E0. D. BURDETT Making sive Additions SOTJTHBRIT LOUISVILLE, Opens August 16th. IB bar-roo- Lately o JOBITIOTsT ACRES UNDER ONE ROOF. . Closes October 25th, 1884. IK TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY By Cappa'8 and Qllmore's, tho most famous bands of the world. Lsrge3t and Finest Display or Machinery in HOTIOH ever witnessed anywhere. LOWEST RAILWAY KATES EVER GIVEN IN THE STATE. A-IRT - d Ten worlcinf Kentucky's great iculptor, Joel Hart, the bell pouille collection One hundred counliei In Kentucky will make enhibtu. diiplayine producu which will d,mn tin. State' trcmendou, cp?citie,?nd future ereaine., Ar. occ.. on for pride TKIUMl'HANT. cosTT.AjrxTxsra- wis as czxozzr:a's BUILIDIILSra-xrr AMrnscA. S ric-c-iax:a Mat-troBsc- ft'u"y - ' con-yrfc- AN IMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITION- ts well-know- n nsu, Prtsentine at one lime in line over SljOWMO worth of horaes, comprlilne all the Kentucky famous. The exhibit will turpais In e.tent the Koyal Stock in tothe vititor the Brandet, complete!!, and moit macnincent Stock exhibit the ana a sient mat can not be duplicated in the world BENNETT H. YOUNG, President. J. M. WRIGHT, General Manager. 4 naI xranmwwnwvMiMQreaKtomfm At Hufluan lirotlicr' mill in Muiliiia alio! Chm. lliiftiuiu in The the thigh. No arrant. Pitch, ia Itwlioaa-tleCharl- RELIGIOUS. V" Stanford, Ky., Soptorabor 23, 18S4 LOCAL TIME CARD. V ber. Elds. Joseph Ballon and G. L. Surber WitlLKilditiK yatcrday afternoon Mia. 1 Houm r. m. ..,. Kxfret strain" Houth in a.m. Lou Shsnks nuflortd a dislocation of the will begin a pntracted mrtting at Fair ' " Norh , JKi.u, ahoiihler l)j her horae Htepping into a hole View, in Garriwd, next Thursday niuht. TIiobIxjtp li calculated ou aUuJard time, Holar Service will be held morning end night. and throwing her. time I About 20 mlnutos fatter At Tayloraville, Rev. Charles. Cooper A fxikmii wrltw from Kurd csunty, on hi way home from Methodist Confer-oncLOCAL NOTICES. Kanwia, to tali is that thuro haa Immii born ai arrested ui a suspected horse' Hur your rchool books from Tnte A to Mr. and Mrr. W. IJ. IIutcii1.cn, latu of thief. The brother btippenoJ to be known enny. lliU oounty, a girl, that baa been named to two or three people in t tie town, and lie llEAiMjUAHTCiia for echool book nt Mt Lola IJurnaw. Kobert8AHtnKKV. vim discharged Nr.w aXadea of reftJjr mixed jisintu for Ju.t reoeived n large and pleut aaswrt-meThe meeting at the Presbyterian (prtOR tritJe at MoKobert A HtagR'a. of dry good in the latoi-- l fall atylo, church will continue through the week, "Watch ra mh! Jewelry repaired on oliort which aro marked down at with Fervice at 3 and 7 r. M. Tlie preachnotice and warrnnted lijr Tate t IVniiv. pricw. J. W. IlaytUn. er, Kev. II M Scudder is a man of marked A coMn.rrr Mock of jewelry, iatwt ntyle. Kookford Katclien a specialty. Tate Win:.; parin( in up town rotidenee ability and hi sermon are masterly i& Penny. of hi MaalorV cause There Kunday, a young lady Uroptwd one of thenu have been two addition to the church, Mr. fearfwllr aod nomlei fully cun4rdeted PERSONAL. known w a b untie, which afae can Will Craig ant! Mr. A. S. Myers, by Miw.T. K KutTi.r.v nnd children get by miking known her Mtntlly. to Texan ytdterdny, LAND. STOCK AND CROP. At Cost. For nsil 30 dayn we olow out Mn. J. W. IIaydkn U back from Cinour entire etook of rpieeiiiwar nnd gin' T. J Foster sold to Lehman Bros, i; cinnati, with dead loadiiof fall good. make room for iihw good. hoad l,.'00Hi. cattle at 5j Mil. I'. L.Sl.M-flo.and daughter, MrK. ware at ooat, to - M. O Vandeveer sold to Jame KeyW. L. Dawaon, went to LouNvllln jwter We havo Home very handonie dinner, t and chamber aet. Ilright .t Curran. nobis '2h ewe hi $2 00 per head. day. A three quarter Aldeiney milcii cow Mils. A. H. I'iwnv and Miw Palllc Y&tkkuay. tutb il ciretM and County for aale. Apply to A A Warren have returned from n visit to the Southern Court day, win a big one in Lanctcr, hut Sam Melm, Jr., sold to Tanner & Ilxpoeition. contritry to the former cuatom, nobedy waa Mn. Walter W. Owsi.kv. who haa killed. In fact trtare wa2lttle or no liintur-tranc- Jotios, 350 bushel of wheat at 70 cents, Porter Ilros , at Bjwliiig Gre--sold been nick a loo lime, wm considerably tu the credit of the cily ho iUaid. 102 bead 1,100 lb cuttle for S13.-1G85. woroe yeaterdar. George D Weirn bought of Beck & The ffKHon hiring ajximkI, we are now Mim Ku.ru Ukujnv reiutned home Saturday after a deKhlful two month' preptrel to furnialt the public with freli Gnn, 700 bushel of wheat at 07 cents. orattr. We will alway linre nn hand n John Spuonamore (old to 'Vnce A hit to relatirea in IIMnoia. Miss JkieKimi returned yentenlay Hiipply which wr trill rre by the plate or Lynn four 2 year old calllf, 1,020 lb;--, at from a month' Walt to M1m Willie Jiri-ne- y by the ran, at our etore on LncRter atreet. t to 4 J cent. Mr Ko Leer, of Bmirbon county, bought at CovlnKlon and Mr. Lelia'hynuru at S S. Mvera "t Co. in Hcott Monday, 45 Load of auaUing mule LouUvillr. The reid elite of John Murphy Hear Mn. M. C. Milleii, of the Farmer liuckere, Oarranl csunty, waa burned Fri- oollH nl from $40 to $00. -- A. T Nunnelley bought of 8. II. Xatlonnl IUnlc, haa gone to Texaa on buai-ne- n day, m iiiig a Iom of $3,000, tuwn which Itaugbman 100 wetheis at ?2 85 and sold and hia family hare gone to Ml. Ver there i an ituuraixe of Sl.SOO. At thU in non to tiait relatire. the recand honae burned in a week, incen- to Ware A Robiuaon at $2 90. -- S T Glle sold to George Whitney, of Miw J. C. Coldweu. with her weet diarism are strongly Miaptled. r Bourlxm Couuly, IS hesd of old little girl, of Mercer county, and Mica Tiir.Ki: are Itut'taoS:. John men in thin feeding cattle at 5 cent a pun mi. mantha Logan, of Loularille. Iiitc iBturn-tvoclnity that s know of, Eld. Jew Jhllou "Gray Prince," valued at f.r),000, and their home after a riait to relatire and M. (t. Neviu- - and the former aiy he 'Orphan Boy," valued at $500, the proper here. will make a speech for lilui next county ty of W. K Wilson, oj Cyutbiana, were Mn J. IJ. McKiN.vr.v., of Lntil.rill, court Kttierc are any miller men killed by a train Saturday. Mr. and Mr. Wm. K 0f Garrard, ,roUnd lhe"r are hiring mighty low. -- Mr Richard Durrett, during the Mra. J. I. McKinney and W. O. McKinn. year sold .ToOJ egge, which doe not of Richmond, ate guest of their parents McHonniiT h Kt.u.ci call tLe attention ' of in her family. She Capt. and Mis. (J. II, McKinney. hunter and other to their large stock include thoe for them S56 62 Mayaville BulC.O.N8UIEIUIII.R alarm waa ad muzale loading occasioned !lal rfelTJ of among her friend by a telegram trom "ho1 RUB' ,i':c''' ,KP' ,10t ll0Ucl"','i letin. Mr. Mary Bowman, who i visiting her alater lMwder " asks, owder, shot and inslru-a- t Lancaster Coi'irr. About 225 cattle ranging Kt. Joseph, Mo, that Mrs. ra,!n, 'or 'l"d'nR am' reloading linech-tr- r on the market and sold at prict J W. McAlla- About oO mule colt were waa dangeroualr ill of nerrom prostra-- 1 ,0,l,,'BK JU'- - 1'riees lower than ever 'he-tio- from :ij in i fore. sold at S35 to $50 and i few plug horse A iiilkunn.nl .i;....i.u i .. , iv hotiL Heved the anxiety by etntincr that ehi time so the editor of this piper sold at J 40 lo $00 Several pood on were had Market rather grektly reriretl and waa out of danger. had the p'eaMire of chaperoning fifteen fold at Irom if 110 to $105 ladits on an etcutsion to Old Point Com- dull for all graded LOCAL MATTERS. One hundred leading Kentucky cattle fort, WaahingUMi ami other plaets. The trip men Saturday met at Lexington and apKi::r wheat atjlriuhi ,t Curran a. itself wa honor enough for one small man and we needed no reMin of it pleas- pointed j committee to confer with the A 1'ai.i. lot of .elder Ilroa'.Show just re- ant SMOCiatM and association, but Governor ai to tbe best mean of extermithe ceived at H. II. Shaiike. thought we did and to hw their ap- nating pi euro pneumonia, which i making IJ ion iwt price paid far altiant tu extensive ravage in valuable herds. Friacunlrr hnme preciation of eran our and side by T. It. WaJton. pJoae thew, rprieJ u Saturday by send ble iV Lake 6f Cynthiana, ware adviied to Mr f II. en elegant kill their cniire herd of 250 registered Jer bTKAYKD- -A larg. wWt unlay cjw.i .ey . . '. with , ,. ior wn.f return I will pay a reward. Pj.i Lng.Uu new.pper report that En ntintf natttltf ttAtl nkli ter Haiuton. glisb farmer art at length compelled to r Mu. Walton: May tiiM grateful rfocgr , at 4 untiling, per busho , and The autumnal equinox passed witlmtit rution of your , , , ilirollon to tneir sellwbot , , , .. price involve a ioa . aatorm. It trie.! to rain yeilerdy but pleuureb the "Point Ootwlorr' of your nuie iur ihdi mav uus of 30 r cvnt on the outlaj! This price i fignnlly failed. g lactam, awakening plaafaut mcmie-- i af Jt i.ynpe ti that tbr fl.bittat quotation reached in Chicago CoaIh lumber ami pest a cheap a Ih yoor c0M.ii','n week mixtd enrgoea couUI have lieuu cheapest or cjsh or exchaiiga f .r butcher Point C'jaiftrt, the rttocmbrtMitt oCirhici, ilu purc'.jsed rut laid don in Liverpool at tuff. Call on William A Knwy. your kiml ttttf?i have raetfe ft 'Joy. ror. prtc 10 to 15 ctnt btlow trial figure ever. ," a The Valley Cornet Band Iim Ixoii In. D(tly coriiHuom that 'i da l dettrrt "EnglUh farmer aro vitwl to go to LundoN and play at tha Hoi-di- it, we vet feel pard aaiiU pri ie iu virli we e told, and wall they may be. But Reunion, Thursday, and it will like- a aub'Ur.litl tuken oi fri.m Vi. - te Amvrirsn farmer should have the forecit ly accept. deem It an hoe or ( tall fffwniaftnU in to ins Uial l hi assure a grand opportuui- I'iuiit eharifi Farmer Bank stock, of knowing that our frivudabipe ware bui in- - ' I.v for b'" net! year, a i! aure a mark- Stanford, will be sold ut auction here next creae! by the more inliiuite s xittior." td decrea'o in tht rnltivation and ptodueoi inose iwo we;K oi unurwii pleasure . fcj tiou ol foreign wtiett and an immtate for county court, if not sold privately before. Price, it U witli with a grateful haarf that we eign demand in the early futuie. Sea M. C. Saulley. thank each of tbt fair dunur and truat that m it lemetiiliered, i the product of the RJWi: have now open the fln-- t tock them, after a l.nH''aid happy lit. relation bet wen demand and supply. The Ladiea' Dolman, Cirt-ularand Newmark may tind a iiarbor fjr iheir life'a boat, policy 'if a bit: wheal acreage in the eta ever exhibited in this seetion of Ken which will rirti in ptelnhie, calintcs United State is manifest bey nnd all cavil. tucky. Flmiston A Owsley and eafeuesri that storm tostd tnarintr'e DANVILLE, BOrLE COUNTY. Old Point Comfort. Thomas Stmt, colored, ha brought auit Mrs, E T. Jackson, foinitrly of this for divorce against hi wife Celia, whom be MARRIAGES. place, retd a paper last veek at a meeting charge with fornication end the poises-eio- n Mr. A D. Smith, formerly a merchint of the Madiaon county Teacher' Institute of an ungovernable temper. week which was highly complemented by the here, wat nurrie! in Jamks 1Iamitu.n, .ugineer, wai proba - tD Mi Nellie Oliver. board of examiners and the cultivated auniv latatlv wounded in a collision on the Oa tbe 19tb, at Mr. Jame Hall', Mr. dience which heard it. Her subiict wan K. O. at Cunningham station, Sunday. Two G. P. Nikirk and ii Martha Singleton, "How to Teach UUtory." nngine nnd several freight car were wreckbath of thia couoty, were mail one tttsti. Mr J. T. Mock, formerly Mia Linda ed. Aa epidemic of marrying wmt to XcVius, died Friday evening after an illThe republican were to have a meeting threaten Us. Sis cotiplo in town, if Madam ness of eeveral weeks The funeral took Rumor is reliable, will uni'e within a plsre Saturday evening. AIo that of Mrs. Satuiday to appoint delegates to the month. Convention at London, but the Covington i the Gretna Gretn of Mary Green, widow of Lewi W. Green, chairman. waa the only man preent and he Ohio and Indiana elopr The record a former president of Centre College. Mra adjourned in disgust. show that over one hundred couple have Green died at the home of her daughter at Bioomington, III With two honorable exception our ucen uiarnru iruiu inert- iwu oi.nc uurinj. The will of Mrs E A. Hutchison, past eighteen month. the correspondents "went back on u" thia widow of Thomas Hutchison, is to be con'Tnia time they iy it is true. Mary Well, perhaps it i just ae well. Sevby Col. Jas A Fisher, of this place. eral of them fill up with personals of peo-pl- Anderson is to be nmried October 27, at tested of the estate The will ae it Mamie give? St. Pcncras Church, London, ton Mr. Mewhom nobody care to read about. I. tis Mr. Melix is a druggist doing buei-ne- ii to her brother, Felix Fisher, during his Ai.i.lhnnels, ladie' cloths and woolen at the Holbcrii Viaduct in London, lifetime, going then to his children and the goods of every description carried from last and an exemplary young man." Chicago remaining I to the children of her deceaspcaeon will he marked down at very low ed brother, G.tbticl Fishxr. NewB Letter. psicefl. They arejustaagood and desiraTho jury inthecaro of George Row-se-- Mr. J. E Hall and Miss Maliuda ble an freeli goods, but wo want to make charged with the murder of Jasper daughter of Mr. John Tomliusou, finally disroom. J. W. Ifayden. were married on "Wednesday at the resi- Shearcn, disagreed and were charged. All wero ior conviction for mandence of the bride's parents. At the resDeath. Mini Snllle Green, daughter of Nino were for three year In idence oi the bride's father, Mr. Allen slaughter. Mr. Green, keeper near Huston-villthe penitentiiry and thred. for but two who has been stillering a long time Jones, on the Kth inst., by Rev. II. C. Mr. S. R. Newell and Mies Aliie years. They could not adjust the year'a from a malignant tumor, died Sunday difference, bo tho court waa compelled to Jone?. -- Somerset Republican morning n (ew houra befoie Dra, Peyton at 11 o'clock at tbe bride's let them go. Rowtey gave toud and was and Reid wore to meet Dr, Brown at her residence, Re7. I. S. McEtroy will say released until next court. This was the home and remove it. tbe cereoiony, which will bind together second trial with a hung jury. On the Ju.iciE M. J. DimiiAM published a card the lives of Mr. T. R. "Walton, late busi- former occasion six were for conviction for after the recent primary which we failed at ness manager of this paper, but now a murder and nix for acquittal. D. W. C. the tiiua to notice. In it he neatly accepts thrifty merchant, and Miss Panthea Mc- Tucker vs. Lee Dunwiddie judgment by tbe reault and calls upon hia friends to Kinney, the popular and pretty daughter default for $11103 interest and cost. come to tho support of the nominee. Judge of Capt. and Mrs. George II. McKinney. Hugh Logan vs L & N. railroad, damages to the amount of $200 claimed for killing Durham is a truo man cud wo regret that There will ho no attendants and immediatehe should have come out third in tho race. ly after the ceremony the happy pair will a horse. Mewis. "Wm. Spencer rnd John Ha deserved and would havo received a leave by the K. C. for Chicago and the Hughes are hero soliciting consignments of better position had the fair thing been done North wis'.. Fuller particular In Friday 'e Issue. tobacco from farmers I) Louisville hemes. In an t t!jrrirg county. Mali train LAN. Ki.n. Jon. Hu.ik wM to William Io gan and Kaliort F, I'oiter a Ten ahttrx oi Htock in I'Arroew National lhol:, of Stanford, at $150. J. new presiding elder, Her. J. a good prtachtr but k lediuu one- The new Cnriatian church at P'air-rleKy , i to bo dtdicatvd bj Klder IS. Iiriney ou the lirat Sunday in Octo- nolnjNorlh.. IJ in p, ,,, .mi, e, nt rock-botto- n. v - Tobacco culture i constantly on tbe in- crtwo in Central Kentucky. Mr. Terry McCibe, a tailor in tbe employ of P. A. Marks, who ha been seriously ill with ty phoid fever, wh considerably better Mon day morning. Air. Victor Bjgart, a young Frenchman, who waa "colonized" some where near Crab Orchard, boa been here for several days. Ho tried to make a g on a spot of eatth where a shake would alarve to death and a he could do no better than the snake, he in out seeking new pastures. He is n grandson of Gen. who served under the great Napoleon. very intelligent young man but Hoi totally unacquainted with our language and custom. Mr. A. P. Braco haa undergone a ausgical operation for sciatica with a propect for complete recovery. Rev. A. J. lira Jyof St Paul' church, ia in Mich-igapeeking relief from hi nnntial attack of hay fever. Mr. laaac N. Shepperd, Clerk of the Wayno Circuit Court, waa hero nearly all wek on a viii. Rev. E. II. Pierce succeed Rev. W. F. Taylor aa paetor of the Walnut street M. E. Church South. Mr. Taylor eoe to Covlnolon where he will have charge of the Scott Blrcet cburch. Rev. J. O. Bruce i tbe successor of Rev E. B. Hill at the Broadway M. K Church. Mr. Hill i to go to t. liv-inBo-ga- rt, n Som-erse- BRIGHT -- CURRAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - G-ROCE- RS I -- AND JOBBERS -- OF FLOUR AP MEAL WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY - PAIUT LICIt, GARRARD COUNTY. WAGONS, BUGGIES AW e, S. o two-yea- ,,, -- - l"l dn ul ut j n. i Mr. Will Ward bought of Gideon Rothwell fifteen acre of land at $25 per acre. Mr. O. B. Eoeleman in company with her uncle, Aivab Pullins, went to London Saturday on a visit to relative. There have been 29 addition to the church at alnutta and the good work Ntill goes on, They have orcanired a church hero and in Wm near future there will be a nice house built. Left here on tbe 20th under eucpicioua circumstance, a middle aged gentleman, about 0 feet two inches high, weighing about 200 pound, hair and whiskeM a lit-ti- e silvery, well dressed, had on light col ored clothes, black kid gloves and one boot nnd appeared to be a little lame. When last seen he was going in fbe direction of London. A liberal reward will be paid for bis apprehension and delivery at this place. The cool nights have made our farmer a little uneasy about their tobacco crop for fear that jjck frost will come and claim hi share of the weed. C. M. Norria saya he haa the bofs crop of the season. The leaves will measure 40 inches in length and 22 in width. Mr. John Parks bad two leave that he took from a stork of eighteen lesves, the two joined together measured fix feet three inches long and twenty inches wide. George Bowman says he haa the best crop in the neighborhood, but he didn't give the dimensions of hi crop. Card of Thanks. I leel that I cannot in words express the gratitude of my heart for the kindness conferred by the many friend who contributed in ending a stone to the memory of my dear husband, but ptrmit me to say I hold each in the highest regard and may the God iu wbom the widow trusts be their God Mus W. T.Tyuee. CABBIA&ES, - And Farming- Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. -- ALSO THE- - Hlosi Complete Line Hard Queens-war- e ware and -- IN THE CITY.- - We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country, And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of .Your Patronage. ir BRIGHT & CURRAN. e pr " n.-n- , ' p-- r Nero was not tbe tyrant, at all times, that history has painted him. Naturally, he wa a man of teuder heart and Compaq MOnate impulses. He played tbo fiddle while Rome was buiiius. This reconciled the Roman lo the confltgration, and camly locking themsevet in their blrzicg bouses they gladly perished. -- Hurlington Hawk-eye. JM 6F11 idtiksw jES - OF - g-ooxd-i - AT - panic-itricken- r' ; j a-- retd or The first newpaper was published in England in 15SS The first use of s locomotive in this . coub'ry A was in 1329 recent two dvs' holiday in Vienna produced ten suicide. on Hat" clears out Itatinml Mice. 15c, "Houali on Cm" for Corns bciI Kuotona. Ifc. Thin people, "Well' Health Henewcr" restores health fttiil lnor, euro dfiieixla, Ac. 1. "Hough on Toothaelio" civet Instant relief. 15c. whownuM retain ami vivacity, lon'tfall to try "Wells' Health ltenowcr." "Buchu-pftlb,- " great kidney aiid urinary cure. Filer, roochs, ants, rats, luleo cleared out by "Hough on P.it " 15c. "Hough cm Coughs," trochrs, 13c; liquid, 25c. l'or children, slow In deTtlojunent, puny and delicate, uie "Wells' Health Kenewer." "Hough ou Dentist" Tooth Powder. Try It. 18c. exual Debility Nmous Weakness, lji-pI." SI. cured by "Walls' Health Mother Swan's Worm fljrup, fo- worms, constitution; Ustekss. 25c. Stinging, Irritation, all Kidney r.nd Urinary complaints cured by "ltuchu-paitu.- " fl. Night sweats, fever, chilli, malaria, dyspepsia, cured by "Wells' Health ltenewer." My husband (writes a lady) Is three times the man since usiiig "Wells' Health Henewcr." SI. If you are filling, broken, worn out and ner vous, use" Wells' Health Henewer." SI. Prevalence of Kidney complaint In Amerlci; saqulck, complete cure. SI. EwlHlw B Www AXD "lloiili a oflUf IJIt si LEY'S Stanford, Ky. We have just received the Largest stook of Fall and Winter Goods that has ever been shown in this market. ' hed-bu- Tnnie lit a, lttn-wer- X3EY GOODS. Dress Silks, Cnshnieres, Ottoranus, Domestic, Flannels, Jeans, Linsoys, Tickings, Henrietta Clotb, . Cassimeree, Shawls, Cloaks, Dolmans, IHichu-palba- " Don't Give Up Yet. Prints, .1 y, Tom-liuso- It ileem't follow that a patient will die because the doctors have "given him up," or that he will rocoverjusi because they promise to "pull him through." It Is never too late to try the great virtues of Parkei's Tonic. Mr. Michael Gullfoyla, of Blnghamton, N. Y., was cured of Itheumatleui by It nf er ten years of uniprakablo suUerlng. Mr. K. W. Moeher, druggist, olaameelty, certltliB that he has sold over a thouinnd bottles of Parker'a Tonlo through Its reputation for thla and other cures. tho great rush at McHobcrts .t Stagg'iDrujMore' ' Tho fic distribution of sample bottlns of Dr. llosanko's CVugh and Lun; Pyrup, tlio most popular remedy for Coughs, Colds, f'umuniptlon and llronebltts uow ou tbo market. lUgular slioSO toll-gat- ' KltEK IMSTHIHUTION. e What cimo e, Ros-anio- To-da- y cents and Sl.O). JiKVY Ginghams, Children's Cloaks, Bed Comforts, Table Linens, Basket Flannels, Balmorals, Opera Flannels, Lace, Curtain t Plaid Flannels, Collars, Hamburgs, Veilings, Beaded Lace, Laces, Fringes, Napkins, Corsets, Towels, Hobpskirts, Gossameres. AH kinds of Notions. , Batish, Figured Satius, Wool Suitings, Blankets, Beiges, Dress Trimmiuge, Circulars, Newmarkets, Underwear, Jerseys, Zephyr?, Yarns, Silk Velvets, Velveteens, Handkerchiefs, Bibhons, Bouching, Crape, Hosiery, Kid Gloves, AUVtnTISEMKSTS. Men's, Boys', Cuildrens'. FABM FOB SAMS out-bu- ! I have been rppolnted ag'nt for tho sale, of the farm of Mrs. rtuube CHIo and heiir, containing JUO Aoi'tw, lyUg); eta mllefioui Huttonvllla ou theLilierty like and I hereby otter it privateol two sUrles ly. It haa a good dwelling-hous- e Jlnzs. ll and 6 roAiin, benldei tho ueeeaiary It Is well watered and ia good, rich land wort's laanv times the prleo asked for it. Aiply to iu lor further particulars. J37 JJjiu 11. r. II VMI, Sanford, Ky From tho following Celebrated Manufacturers: B. L. Stevens & Co., Alter, Forward tfc Co., Lilly, Brackett & Co., Reed & Weaver, Chris. Hciser. BOOTS J&JST3& JSI3CCE3SJ Gonte' Furnishing Goods, nats, Trunks, Valises, Carpets, Samples by mail when desired. Paper. Oil,. Cloth, Wall ttSBi rUOFESKIO.IAL The Wonders of Platinum. SOLVE C03I310X JJIJtJDS. mms A ffXsa'wtHi "ry. j.i ' i&r'M aTsy xrm mi r,M i.tv.ss n When pure, plilinum is as soft as silver, W. BBSW.. & & If you look at your canary bird you 3A3C M. DURDKTT. ii but by the addition of iridium it becomos BCTHDHTT & BltOtVN, , f h FrirXTtrtP AMrr Mt'N'S metals. The great difficulty will aco that hia bill his thick, strong, the hardest of Sodfltlun forl'ntnnlM liiu.', ATrOIlNHVsJ A.T Tj.VNV Mar i '. m.iOM, Germany, ito. llunUiivih'- -' li; .1 Stanford, Ky., - September 23, 1881 in manipulating platinum is its excessive brood nml I'irliM, fur tne CnitiKi Ki l. IIiikIbtcI. i;.. MT. VERNON, KY. yrarVetivrtrniPatwiti Witt fiw. Thlrtr-rTiWhat does ho cat ? Only seeds, with l$Myr resistance to heat. A temperature that ,1 llilim:ol.tnliirtl ttirnuiliMt'N.N A CO nri'ii In Itii.' AMNtlCAV. I tin larncM, I ii.t nml ALEX. ANDEnOON, will make steel run like water and melt sometimes a littlo lcttuco or celery, unBLAINE. in. i.i rlrculntetl soU'ntlrlc (xiixjr HTUiiiisir, Itw l ii III JtJXJUlL?J Werklr in. Mil ""lL"gii!tiTJarJBtarfS ATTOUNJ3V A.T XiA-Ani!rlna n.I mfi down fire clay has absolutely no effect ices you aro foolish enough to give him r'pfc'inenopT of tin. Mrmlrtr i for.i THE GREAT DANVILLK, ICY., Some More of the Mulligan Letttrs. M fl.f. CO AiMrwvMl'N.N UKMiric sugar ruul cake, which aro not good for Will practice In the Courts of BjjIo and adjoining Avjilhu in cmcc.a.l llrod.. .'ttil..r. April upon it. You may put a piece of platin "WASHINGTON, fCONFIDESTIAll uiii wire not thicker than human hair in- him. This bill is mado to crack tho hard countl aud In the Co.irt of Appeal;. 10,1876 Mr Der Mr. Fisher: You can to a blast furnace where ingots of fteel are outer covering of seeds. J. II. FI8IT, do ine a very great favor, end 1 know it melting down all around it and the bit of College. Manycf tho birds which wo seo iu our A.t A.ttoriioy Kockeastle Circuit Cour. to do eo, Just as I Ad J Master Commissioner will give you pleasure wire will como out as absolutely unchang gardens belong to tho same family ol circum-ataacMT VEItNON, KY. STAMOBM). KY. would do for you under similar ed as if it hud been in an ice box all the or finches, and livo on tho Will practlco la the ltockcMsllA Courts. Collc-Hor- n are a specialty. Office. In IJ6J Certain persons and papers time. cones of evergreens, tho seeds of plants, With a Full Corps of Teachers, The draw plates, by means of which trying to throw mud at we to injure my LEE F. HUFFMAN. or somotimes on insects. before the Cincinnati Conven-tio- the.'e fine wires aro made, are sapphiies and candidacy Ono of tho most common of them is HTJ11GEON riiANFOttD, KY. This institution will opn Its ifiiuth SmsIoii Office and, you may observe, they are rubles. You may fancy for yourtelves how on 'be lit MonJsy In tiepleiuNir nat. South ittl Main titreet, two door above th Myers IIoUli the Little extremely delicate muot be the work of tho chipping sparrow. Irrlcg it In connection with Oxide Gas administered whn reH you listen in tho garden .you will PnreMtroua THK HRANCMEti OK A quired. Tock & Fort Smith matter. I want you making holei of such exceeding smallness WilhoiJlChangejndwllh Speed Unrlvalei a letter such as the enclosed to accurate gauge, too, in those very hard hear his " Chip I chip I chip I" and if to tend me DR. V. D. PENNY, THOROUGHElMGLtSHCOURSE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE draft. You wilt recede this tomorrow stones. But, delicato as is the work of bor- you look for him you will find a littlo Doiltlrtt. LOUISVILU TO Til STANFORD, KENTUCKY. (Monday) evening, and it will be a favor ing the holes, there is something still more bird whoso feathers aro almost all gray V3TTTTLL Ait tanght, as wollas Office, over Robt. S. Lytle'a store. Offlce hour IHIAW-IN- O I shall never forget if you will at once delicate in the processes that produce such and brown. from S to 1 J A. si. aud I to 5 P. M. Anesthetics ad MDblO, TUB IiANUUAOEB, .) His nest is not far away, in somo bush ministered wnen necessrv. AND TAINTING. write me the letter and mail the eame fine wire as this. That something is the o evening. The letter is strictly true, is filing of a long point on the wire to ena- or honoysucklo vine, and tho eggs aro ',- pnls. I.lltla ItccV, Monliomsrj. Atlanta, fa,, nusb, with dark marks. honorable to you and to me, and will stop ble the pjking of the end of it through the small, bluish-gree- n JactiontllU, )lobM, and NtwOrltani. Bometimea, if you listen, you will the mouths of slanderers at once. Re- tJriw plate so that it can be caught by the Iu Tuition, eric raaica from 123 to VS0 In tb I'rluarr.SW; rf,ilr piratoJT, BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA gard this letter ai strictly conBdential. Do nippers. Imagine yourself filing a long hear tho chippillg-sparrosing a loilg i From Stanford a Utile pacing it AY MARE, ll 110; 1'rf PM'irtinrntJ. o, aad Collrlatp, Intria-lla- t M0. one white hands nigh, la Patact Cars Without ChanK. 1.... to n.:t a i.... I posed to boabout H! pa.t, had on with dd saddle otshowitto any one. The draft is in tapering point on the end of a wire only but JOU an n,lA,.,t,3yearso!d w a h n Cor tall particulars, as to Itonril, AcaJJrfss ao '" the hands of mv clerk, who is as trust-wnrt- one eighteen hundredth of an inch in di timo before ho gives you anything but wl1!,ne"'1 SHORT LINE TO THE EAST for Intcruiatlon that will lead to her yillH. H. t). TKtjr.il KAHT. I'rlMrlitNl, Frosa LoaliTlllf In VaUcCars wIlhoolcbaDf. as anr one can be. If you cau't ameter in order to get it through a draw uis "cuip. . '. 3i. Kt JfUf Ky. rwofry. MaLford, Lincoln Co., Ki. 1 dlnnforJ, g get the letter written in season for the 9 plate that will bring it down to one Another common bird of tho Stalling homes on Iht LlUIUnHIl I O Una ol inn road will I cannot say positively what o'clock mail of New York, please be sure family is tho purplo finch, or red rc:tive special low ratis, ti of this Crripsnj for rafts, routes to mail it during the night, eo that it will lues this verjr thin wire is put to, but some- linnet. Acer writ. C. P.ATMOrlf, G. P.it.A. start first mail Tuesday morning. But, thing in surgery, I believe, either for fastenSome day you will hear, ierlinps, from ' ' LoulaUlla. Ky. This notl-- t forewarns huntrrs, ashtrnito anl if possible, I pray you to get in the 0 ing trgether portions of bone or for oper- tho top of a tall larch, a song uot unliko trsrnis nt t.i tivsnauon our larnli with .ill tr- ral'iton, ai all such acts ar liable to b procrcutrJ ' o'clock mail it Menday evening. Kind re ation. to tho full atif utof the law. "A newly invented instrument has been a canary's, except that it is sweeter, ami Sincerely, gards to Mrs. Fisher. Mtanloil, Kj March ITIh, 15M. Mlgne.1 i described to me, which, if it does what has whon you look up you will seo among E. H. BURNSIDE, I). McKlttrlck. (iue.1 W.M.Mctorwack, J.G. B. been (Burn the letter.) a. . Lariicater, It. T. llusb, affirmed, is one of the greatest and tho fresh green needles, against tho RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E. C, Itlshop, words: r. Held, Indorsed on the back are thete most wonderful discoveries of modern sci- bluo sky, a littlo bird with a breast as This Old and Woll - Known it. Cobb, Hubble, Uil Hho.iea, ... - " A fftmrite rirtyHnMnn knowing your exact addrcsj I h I. hr,iTZAt- -, .n.i ... Mi.iT" Y"..".1 y" " ,i. "Not lllrslni ICrllr, Hotol Still Maintains ence. A very thin platinum wire loop, red os tho larch cones in April. W.C. McCoriiiaci, It. (I. A J K.Uoter, end this to the Parker House, in order High Hoputation, M. H l.Ttle, (1. L. Carter Look at him, and if your eyes aro brought to incandescence by the current tnjlainseal.deuwlowir,.ljnjK,t,Ca,nOlllJ; J. W Weatberlerd, T. J. Hill, that it may (not) b subjected to any dan- from a battery, which, though of great pow good, you will seo that ho has n bill liko Address DW. WARD Vanoy, Wru. Ilurton, AND C CO.. Louisiana. Mo. J". G. B." ger in the hands of a carrier. J. M. Murphy, J. A. Harris er, is ao small that it hangs from the lapel tho other birds of his family. Hill. J. M. Its Proprietor ii Determined that V. V. Carter, following is the inclosure referred The EJ. Carter, J. II. McAltstrr, of the operator's coat, is ueed instead of the Perhaps ho will meet eomo littlo brown it Shall bo Second to no Country T.J.Foster, J. 1). Junes, to in the preceding, and which Fisher de- hknife for excisions and in the State in iti Fare, birds, his younger brothers and his wifo certain amputations J. Q Monlfewerr Hotel T. M. White, clined to sign: Mrs. J. J. Motierfy, H. K. Marruui, Apnointracnti, or Atten It seara as it cuts, prevents the Ins; of blood and sisters. W. U Anitffl M T. Hustell, Boston, April, 1876 -- To the Hon and is absolutely painless, which is the Dtion 10 uomiort 01 11. J turn. NrwUnd, A Tho brothers, when they ore 3 or 4 A. I.' KewlaaJ. their Oaeiti. S. W Ulrein. G. Blaine, Washington, D. C Jama most astonishing thing about it. I am as- years old, will bo as gayly dressed trr) Dear Sib: I observe that certain newapa-ptrtar- e sured that a large tumor has been cut from but Uio littlo ladies will olwavs as he, Chicago "wear CaaKaifi nlllbt conrcjej to aailfrjm the Je insinuating, the making or rather TraJ.M.rk. SICRItW'.S NIT.CIFIC, Special arrommo.Ull an a child in this way, and that the child their plain brown gown, and never go j free or to Comnierrlal Trarele rs. The liar will charge that you own or had own- laughed absurd while the operation was being per- too fine," like Jenny Wren. THE O.W,l LIM. m.SNIhii alrrajs (applied nlth the choicest LThc (Jrcat English Kcmedr, ed $150,000 of Little Bck & Fort Smith oraidaorLlqiorsaad Clean. formed, and that without any sra."thetic If your father, or mother, or big Isapmltlrenire TorWesk railroad bonds, and that you had in some having riirfl! been administered. 1,"11'1' Platinum brother, or sister, or somobody, will go rr. Usaof llrsln 1'uw.r. Nereous, Tne en- Wire Maker in Interview. way obtained them as gratuity. hxhauioon, Wr,.ine. to tho woods with you, or if you walk AND SOUU TltAI.S'M Impotency. and ileneral Loss ofi . terprise of building the Little Bock & ISiwerot the (ieneratiTe trans. Rescured and Rescurer Meet. along a quiet country rood with a thick m.- sin, I all it lataaa tt.af t1 .mr tea I I k a Fort Smith railroad wat undertaken in mr hut Blforliking. uenceot Touthf.l Iww leucen LUUIbVILLE The bent stories of reunions come a few growth of bushes by its side, you will TO HHlnflRn iirltMcly) my Few Mill. (11113101 on thr iicnii I luaiiircl r1r Mr 18C9 by a company of Boston gentlemen, such days afterward. One concerning a ruih lr'k,in laser couuty, Kj, The Engine as Lmrrnal Laultude. jrars, In the Te.t Marlr. joo n bird almost as largo as a robin, l'aln band aaSstsv of whom I was myself one The lisUllonirj, Holler 10x21, Knglne lOiiJ, bact, dimness of u(u, 1'reuia- ,!.' :it '"'Tick. y-Paeiii:ers Iron the Knot- loyal Msjor, of a fighting family, is with block, whito and chestnut-colore- d Wising Saw and (Irlat Mill D ture Did Ak and many ott-e- dis- - Tslsi.slB ' 7 ' " " frle in lHlsTlile of the road were put upon the market in now being told with great zest n The lropertjr Is and among the feathers, M(1 rcd eyes, which ! eaart that lead to lnuultr r t on- "LT '" .ui """"Uf traits nf the Monon turn l,d Uou" thiacity on what was deemed very .advan- turaPt'on In eU IVinte thnih la W III Good Itiiiiuiiiic Order. dots, un iflursaay .Major iJ J. inn was lighter colored iu tho f "encMlle,-riTforjIM,uutuniu. Hia wife Ugous tf rms to the purchaer. They were seen on the steps of the Elm House lrayett, crying ia all chestnut and white. Tluittr plenty and arcesilhle. t would be willing or, glTln to UU(1 tlllCUK'O UllllllUt JtslsjW the eye a brilliant cllUUK'fU largely through myself. You noM very to exchange tor good farm stock, such as Mules, He was not doing an ostentatious job, but and sparkling beauty, to the tkttkt4flmZiMmm. . Ac. Cattle. ic.ja.ii.u If you listen you will hear him call. IVrsons wisliln to engage In tli e luuilxr bust- - the became the purchaser of about $30,000 of Ujoodi of health. ArttrTsW.ng. . the fact was unmistakable. It was in the "Clte-winTA riu.Sg. I k jM t.7 alHru(Cit'ti at ' i,llljr, muy" alnioest na ne win nnl agwodoinfnc tiy nplrlnctn erMurrr'eii4lflel the bonds on precisely the same terms that midst of the greetings (1 rr l.acka,e, or six .acka,ea for IJ. Am 1,7 I i that a slim man plainly as you f. r T.. p w M can say it. Ho will sing, 210-mall, noetage free, on rec el Pt of price everv other buyer received, paying Hustonellte, Ky. wj" .I,mi..iiL iT ' 7 rather young in appearance, shook hands . , f7wtort,,,li. KH psrtlculars In pamphlet, wbkh wi.l U "' 0I " - Z am .101 put tbem in installments running over a con with Major Hill. He said: "How d'ye loo, if you wait long enough to hear milled free o eeery applirjut . .,Jren all u-, lu,,,tJl IS a w i 12 pm him, and do not mako a noise, for ho is munlcatlons tothesole insnuaeiurrs. .. siderable period, just as others did. The do?" with an expectant air, and then T W stood w W .u Jlf.lHl I K i .. a 3hy fellow, and does not like you to transaction was perfectly open, and thtre waiting a recognition, which did Theuujt.llrwt ,.. Jtl Itlt.l l'enny A KossfttT.M all mm. to alt poinu rowte, with jflnnrlita. iSwa not seem fltanford by McAllster and In Hlwasln. secrecy in regard' to it than know that you aro near his nest. was no more DrujKlits eeerewbere i A,ZZ ebraJka, Ac forthcoming Then he said. "Don't you Ksr further lufarwatlon THE DRUGGIST. I Aaxitl.PKT.a A Co., Wholesale Atenf. Tho yellow bird is another seed-eate- r. if you had been buring flnnr or sugar. I remember mi?" The result of a close ecru MUltRAV KKLU.IMI l'. A Louist,..e, Ky. ' -I- 200-:' Uiulsillie. K- Yon cannot mistake him for any other am euro you never owned a bond of the tiny was not fruitful in recognition, and the road thai you did not pay for at the mar man proceeded: "Don't yon remember bird, for ho is all bright yellow, except the let rate. Indeed, I am sure that no one boy thtt lugged you off the field at Cold his crown, wings and tail, which are Is Preparing for a Llrcly Summer received bonds, on any other terms. When Harbor?" Then there was a recognition, black. Trade. the road got into financial difficulties, and and one of the most affecting scenes possiIn winter ho turns yellowish-brown- , Ills line ofgnojs, In eTery variety usually found loss fell upon you, you still retained your to match his wife. East uiiinc.uraiM iioufc. ble in such a reunion. It was twenty years Iu a Srst'dasa House oflbe kind, Is boads and you held them clear through the large and complete. Many yellow birds stay with us all ajo that young fellow had borne Major JJilj 'Bhort?"aad Quickest Eonte from Oen ."mT. reorganization of the company in 1S74, extral off the field at Cold Harbor, when the lat- btrinter, and livo on tho seods which they Jndicions Alterations in the Internal Ar Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. to n Poinu north; ' changing tbem for stock and bonds of the ter had been ehot through Eut.' Weit and 8onthw, rangements Secure Koom Oomfbrt the hips, and And upon tho snow, or tho ground when - .. VM ft You acquired also some Auiumj li ranniDg mw company. iidi and Better Display. had in so doing, saved him from death or it is bore. Fast Line lletween deaanda against the new company by rea-m- ctpture. Tbey had not met before since Particular attention la called to In summer they may often bo seen in PULLMAN HEW SLEEPING CABS LEXIOTO. A CI.VCIX.VATI. of your having Joined with others in the war. fLewiston, Maine, Journal. fibeks on thistles by tho roadside. In A Large and Elegant Addition to the Schedule In EtTect hept. I, Mil. company raising some money when the somo places they aro called "Thiatlo-hixte.- " a. njIjCOAL CUJtK. Stock of Jewelry, was in pressing need. For the recovery of rVo. 4, The Brooklyn Union-Argu- s KoTc gives an And articles o Tertu. Bocim.Boujid. that money proceedings are now pending Dally account of a remarknblo cure efffectod by Dally Ei. bun EonlHTllIe,ClnclnnRll und I.tx- in the United State Circuit Court in ArTub homo residenco of P. T. Barnum, an Italian peasantoss. Tho patient hrul j Lee. CVjficjtoa 8 10 p tu inxleu, Ity., W a iu kansas, to which you are openly a party " Kaiuuuth .. n tu D9IIU, been Buffering from an affection of tlio the showmnn, ia in Bridgeport, Ct. Ud of record. Concealment of the investment, ' livos in a fine mansion, which faces SeaIS ii ? '.:. hip which none of tho doctors seemed? to S;!! S and everything connected with it, would THE INTERIOR JOURNAL n. side Park. His married children oc Ill H understand, and, although slid had tho same aepoi wtin fast tralut for have been very easy had concealment been ku"i in cupy handsome homes near by. From And the LoulsTllle A". Wlacheiter ill l u tu 12 10 .. El a S ' desirable, but your action in the whole attention of men eminent in tho medical a staff over Mr. Barnum's house . ,HI ' - . "' the t Lre. Winchester . 12 HI u w I Courier-Journ- al pim matter wai open and as fair a the day. practice, she obtained no relief. Tho American flag floats the year round. ii p I .. Arr. itickniond M p m 7 13 ut peasantess found that tho trouble pro" Lanrasler W. F. Jk. Very sincerely yours, SS p tn, The Dirtsct Route to 41 p m Ho has tlireo agents resident in BridgeOne year for ealr S3 two pipers for little 1, " Rjwlaci j .Ljaohbnrg, , Dan ceeded from a dislocation, and, after apj n p m vs p at more than the price 01 one. Jfo retd what hi "Dear Fhhar" wrote Tille, If port, who attend to his varied interests, Arr. Iterra... 3Mpu ' Llrlniittos . . , plying a poultice of marsh-mallotb'fiimin 1872: and real and personal, in that city. 13 p " Lon L.AN.Ky When By paying us Jl you will receive for one year All Virginia and North Carolina t S P 10 "Of all the nart'ei connectel with the bran to relax tho muscles, she Bet tho Mr. " Wllllauisburrfi your noma paper with fi 11 p III the Barnum is at homo and ready to at- reprcwniatlTe newspaper the the Honth, democrat-Iran- d " Jellko Points. of C 1 III Little Rock & Fort Smith railroad, no limb without producing tho least pain, tend to affairs himself, ho For tickets and for a tariff for revenue only, and hoists with brlebteit and ablest family weekly In the best, jrourneaest ticket furtheror Information, apply to fo-S- . address oflce, joureelf in and tho patient is ablo to walk. Now, .So. , the United one bai been no fortunate u o.ll W J. Hso, Noktu.Bou.id. e Train tho stars and stripes a big burgee, bear- Mates. Tbovi who desire to examine a sample W. K. ARKOI.tl. Dsllr AdTertlslnj Agt., Notes, obtalnlDR money out of it. You obtained according to tho laws of tho State of Now v.y of the Courier-JournTicket and Tsss. Ait., Hi. bun tt. fcun, can do ao at Ibis ottue. ing his nnrao. This is visible from Win Fourth Are.. Loulsetlle. Ky unbPcriptioriB from your friend i in Maine York, this euro is illegal. No ono is alLt Jelllm C w ''I'fcI.EK. M in V..1 many neighboring pointrt, ami is a great " UtIcjiioq. '" Oen'l Manager, & Fort lowed to practice hero who has not a dia ml Ill tlen'l fau'r Ag't. for the building of the Littla Kock " erea Klchmond, VlminU ,15 convenience to those desiring to meet U Air. r.ltbu.nd . llWp m Gmith railroad. Out of their aubacriptiona ploma. Something ought to be dono him personally. They know that when l.re. ''"'anl II 16 a m .. 7011 oblaineJ a large amount both of bonds about it at once. Will somo of our nt,..., !. rt.i Lancaster .... u u , .... ...,,v. ;., .... i. :.. .,,.... aum From ..,. ..u nuj 1 'hmond and money free of ccat to you. I have Jterroue.Oironlc and niocMtDlscasee, MISSISSIPPI 1. IV. brethren move in tho matter ? home. .... a . in .. C Ol a anil Heart Affections, Wrak I.unr. in wlion Ol -- IlCl'P nrivitolv onlv Wlncteiter 2 M i.w,... 7 (0 a w jour own figure and know the amount. They are the ones to look out for all Lto Islington . . 3 00 p in tlio biff buix'ii-aliitt P. T. receives all der.1: '."""."i"!"1 wi.neioriiii)i.iney,iiinu- Ibo Direct Houle to p in ? Owirw 'o your political position you were these derelictions, misdemeanors, etc., m Arr Parts vniiarj Orarnna.aak your urutKISl for SUp m, 2 p m, 8 10 a in ' Cttll. X)r. CIIA8. "W. SOOTT'8 .... a. able to work ou all your bonus at a very for are they not tho fathers of such leg WllO i healer WOmaBtNOWNtO SPECIFIC NO. I3. jv ?' A woman's reason: )ii2li price, and the fct is well known tojj3latioa? The peasantess "Man more cot si should bo iu J n p , h ion,. tent than woman! Oh, no, Sir Pelf r Look A" iafjoutt": Slp oiheM m myself. Would your friend-- , flueJ at loMt i' Xrrtl.vrest and somhweat by the way of phi 8,;um If sbe sets Bnother fJ p 3 &7 p ui U J iu Maine be sititfied if tbey knew the " Cirliijlna bone in the same painless way sho should atmy htishsnil' In all thins r.e jut's bin "I P w.Jl.p mil to"!,! rVVltla Xlloipllorua, liOVW VILLI: laCU? ' f ister before hi wife! Lick at my brother A HLOOD, IlltAIJi ic A'EKVK TOXIC. be fined 200 ; for tho third offenso tho M.IY.SVII.1,1: HltANCI!. If roar In all thine he puts his wife before his forjou. Drassfst does not keep It a.kr htm to order It Chatlanoojia The Capitol Dome. The dome cf the law prescribes imprisonment I I)ii tl.pr bottle, locn.lli-r- mittt.mea. ( All Tt'nino Urtll and Llc.li.ua for tusk. Iroii Dr. sister! When in both cane it ought to JLiUilib h10 l the Uraateat Medical Illscorerj of modtrn No a National Capitol, my painter friend tell le horiianirtalet, with rull j.nrllcuUri. addrens Noam-HoiWdiret ronneciloiiat lh.. with the Light-- ! Sunday Footc's Health Monthly. llly Kx. I Dally nln fc'xpre" on tho Ohio A .Mlsil-slpfor ft exncuy me reverst: only. ow, uiu you eer OHAS, W. SCOTT M.D., Kansas City, Mo. uie, has to be piinted quite frequently, hi. Bun. Bun. ixuis vini all points Wt.t Vt Dr. SCOTT S Limit I'LL LH. hear anything so nb.iirdly contradictory and the old paint has to be BCMpcd cfF be- -' Lvo CoTla.'ion lnxnojr ouxajwxt.s. 2 CO n iu ,ro,u Louisiriiio or tiu.ia- " I.tJlniou 00 a in .. ... 10 TTnnra 0n:r to Louis, belnj liours " Piili ore the ntw oe on. Few people in the, Durimr tho dead of winter anv livinr, in all your lift?" Sir Peter wMy gives in. J 1J.VU.IO natt . . l nn ' ! II 3 Ml 8 Mam liLn fo luicker tluu any other lne, glvlog our paiwner Arr Millsribur .... country have any idea of the immensity plaut which lo3ka mMs to tho " Corllilq ......... 30 a in' ii no o ... r. ..i !..'.. tiiueJlnriu.aU iud first choln .' wall lu traits Bucklen'3 Arnica Sahe. AMifl beauty of the Capitol dome. gjlJgWst, Of all cheerfulness of a room, and a JounsuH 9 17 n in. ii ta ' '" 7 4 mass of ThobestfalToln the world" for Cuts, Ilrulses, Ib'e domes in the world it ranks fifth in Bores, Ulwr?, Salt Uheum, Fcrer fores, Tetter, 1 OLT !..-- . be- To Omiha and beautiful verdure is obtained folChapped Hands, Chllblalua, Corna, and all Skin JtCiiXUUlb UUlUlit! yonl tuaa by any h)ht and fourth in diameter. It ia 23S lowing expedient: Tako about by tho line gjluf by waytf Lhkagu, aot'rn.rlct":n. twenty or Eruptions and iKMltlrely cures Piles, or no pay re Stiuday Dally feet above tho ground, and it has a d!ame ouly. hi. bun.lKx. fcun thirty ears of wheat and tie them to- quired. Is Is guaranteed to glTe perfeat ntlsfac-tlo- n lerof 185 fcBt. In other word it U half Lre MsysTllie... . or money relun.led. Price 2 coats per l.oz. gether, leaving tho straws about two " Johinoa 18. pin nitOutu as high .as (he Washington monument, and aalo by l'enny A McAllster. " f'arlljie . ,. 39pm inches long. Hang them up for a fow For j' "in., 7 ji k ,., 2 n.m it is ai wide as four good sized city blocca. Mlllersburi.. ," Paris Very Remarkable Discovery JMpin 7 11 am 3 02 ,", Alwnys malcos Arr days, keepiug them sprinkled with water; "J'M'iui M0 am 8 " Lexlnijton.. Mri. J. A. Morrh has brought suit in the tho top will soon become a perfect pyra- nrltes: Geo. V. Willing, of Msneheater. Mlrh., SS!:!j! i5.on..;:. bo ; rut r D ; Con-- ! "My wife Ins been almost helpless f r fire ' l;l - -Common Pleas Court against the Louis. mid of verdure, nnd will retain ih Iwauty years, to help.css Uiu she could not turu "" Wf.Tt I T ,.!.. ".""' . over In notations a LVii; ," ,47:,V,.r",,'Va ille Circular and Gravity Railway Com-psn- y for several weeks. This simplo plan bed alone. Sbe used ttv bottle of Klcctrl'- lilt ' " """ '',U,I" ttmday With all Lines at- ,tb of Wlw hter.' for 10,000 damages for injuries re- may be put in practice at any time in tersand Is so much impnutd that she-I- s now able f ' FACTS RECAnniNC to do her own work." Klectrlc Illtteis will do all wftehrWJli?,ri!,,0,, ",a I,8r"' auJ ceived on the "roller coaster" at the ExpoCincinnati. Louisville and St. Louis. the winter mouths. Accoiiiujodatlrin. that Is claimed for tlieui, Iliicdrediot testimoniPft Ha?lsr'3 Iron Tcnlft sition Park. He states in his petition that als attest their great curatlnj poweis. Ouly fifty iihile taking a whirl on the machine he smiiTATixa houxds. It will nnrift- and enrich tlio Dl OOD.repil.iio cents a bottle at Penny A McAIIster's. the LIVER nnd KIDNEYS, aim ltHTOiil. the 1,- -. No. SO. Sltflilfiva-nwis thrown oil and crippled up about the As noise contributes largely to tho HEALTH nnd VIGOR rf YOUTH I In all those on 8 65 a arrive rilm nuih f, ,V." :"' An Editor's Tribute. dlsiates re inlrl: Km rl. Iiwml clllclen 'IO.MC, rm, ahoulder and spine in such a manner tear and wear of city life, it is Htrango Cpnarcllonsmida In Lr.Ion Depot, Ht. Louis.. .No 31, hundar onlr. loi f.i..,-...- ,. . esneclullv Dtsnriisiu.W.ii.tor Aui.L.llle.lniJlErf.i. Theron P. Kentor, editor of tho Fort Wayne wth trains of lines uou. West, rtorthire.r ,ir.. rlveCnvinctnnrft,,,," "vni aiiiu or tluii, t.u k i.i blrciiui.i. vie. IU use it inaiked as to permanently disdhle him. Louis, that no persistent effort haa been made .,... Soutbwetl. Lexln.tun nd I'ail.-- Vn Gazette, writes: ''For the past five years with Inline. Hutu ni d i i.iliniil resul's. Hones, i i""T. C',. 7"D new furie. nmicli'i nnd II you arecnlnir West to anv nalat. rail nn nr day, leave rille PobL to abolish superfluous sounds. No com- haie always used Dr. King's New DUcorery, for the, mind nU ouppIK u llralii I'omi', Kulnens No. wrlto to the tmjenlgue.l. , daily exceM"'s;nrjr';e. .IW". --lu." itifliiliiB froni ull complaints tho most serere For lull and rellal.lt) loronuatlon In regard to 4 M p u; arrlvVPa'n,!i,UnV, Jf Mr. Blaine can support a large family plete nud satisfactory account has yot coughsof of milder type. character, as well aa lor 9 Ui CO nnrdlartotliolt sex will rind lu a those It never falls to effect a UK. UAnTEU'3 JHOW TONIO u mte unit speedy Land, Ac, in tba Writern States, Map., Ouldes 80IM Tialur-ri!,,3"!'.!!"via Winchester in luxury and save $2,000,000 on a Con- been given regarding tho causo of the peedy cure, My friend! to whom I hare euro. It i;tes n i ir nnd livallliy complexion, and lowest special rates lor Tickets and Household d p,DB iW,J between Cincinnati and P.lchiuonj llio sironxesi tetlliuoHy tu tlio value of Ull. Oools to all pointa West call on or address 1 speak of It In the same Llgh terms. Haygressman's salary of only $3,000 per year injurious effect of sound in excess upon w Incheitcr ' U' IHnrr.itW IitijxIo.Mi U ihat frc'iuent attempts and Washington; I), O. II. ALSOP. ut couriterri.lil.it' rn.y uditvd lhepo.iilar Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Hallway, four years in the White House, with a sala- the nervous system. But nervous irri- - ing been cured by It of every cough that I hare ityof II.ooiIkI.ihI.I. ui you viirnetllytodesire health Jf checked tolany badforflvo yours, I consider It tlio only rellubln (lu llCt expo In UlllUIMAL AM) llLiT rsuroaj. u r. .; i;.!" ry of $50,000 would make him richer than uiuuii-W. W.PKABODV. JIUHSK. "i w ii ,u.v-t..- j. W. kisiuaiu WDI.UOU ujjjjiui wj anj lUre cure f . Couahi. Colds, etc." Call nt rffeni. ynur nddrtistoThBDr. Har'er M.d ro.V HU Louis, ilu., fo.-- our "URKAM Pres't and Oon'l Man'gr, BOOK." fi Oen'l Pats. Agt. Vanderhilt. Mr. Blaine is simply a finan, eep pauo with tho Multiplication ol rennyAMcAHstcr'a Drug, store and get a Freo C. IV. P.Utie.i'eutruf rnijongcr Aeent, ili:ti. - f8l imfjl lateral tlon,fri. r. w. uii.ii" "i Dr. HArTT"- - s men T"hio is Fort gale iiy au cial curiosity, that's all there is about it, Clmlntiatl, Ohio. Trial Bottle Lrje!J!, h. wK'flSJS; K7' i. unus, especially among thinkers.. . . C Jcncrsl Manpger. .Lrns Fverrmirnz, f r.f Oen. Agt &a n 33 . i couo-slmpci- . , .Mii-ij- r Milt-mtli- rt-- iin II Aini-r-Irin- Through Trunk Line r.iv, e. Stauford Female e. sood-cator- s, Court-hom- n. DJ3NTI8T, lit HSI-lyr- SOUTH & WEST PUllMANCARSi'fr.- Strayed or Stolon sup-Iri- TERMS MODE KATE. ... hr ,," '. 581-1- seed-eatin- MYERS HOTEL, POSTED! if Ac-o- STANFORD. KY. Fropr its Em ffjL FREE! . V I "itioiyoiv ISOUTJB.': Railway. - Louisville, New Albany a Saw Mill For Sale! ws ""', a? well-know- n 1 r Ti.7:Zr.VlX;. ry rof I ". tf a. Fef & -- " ' kl cuo-win- ' Gr.F1. Peacock f " " ii,Jll HUSTONVII.LE, KY., mpem io Sjiamicw cenmo -- f Kentucky's Kouto $y b A SOiaTTRATN WASHINGTON CITY. A Qratiul Combination 4 g-"'"- .."'gg W Weekly 1 I w 111 , . Courier-Journa- l, -- al ,."r r". -- stiff-neck- ed .u .- SUFFERERS ?' . - k . 1 I 1 -- G0CA,BEEFIIR0N St. Louis &the West orCINCI..lTI. 1 ! 111 '' --H-il -- I s,. I -l. A far IRON nervi-ncn'H- sPyl A.,!l ,,lly - flTONIC O. & M. 1 . . Fast Timo nud Sure . .Xw!""Ht XoForrlc: Sr,,.,.Tr,. gftWSXSUSsZ: .i wM " "'" a) lfAniCfi t-- . rcconi-mendo- li-- 1 j uu iilt-vt- llie Jtf&V' deTtrn"H8.a?, .!. '"lb. "T'nt' Vv