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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884092601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. jfenti Weelli VOLUME XIII. Scmi-SJltcIiIn 8g? JT 2, a lintfnal. NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY., EEIDA Y, SEPTEMBER REV. GEO. O.BARNES. 26, 1884. 288: nltriorouriutl W. P. WALTON. LETTER FROM ENGLAND. XltA-lHI3 Till JOOIXIV 1 Cake ok Tod linos. A Co 20 Fknchuuch Stkekt, London, Aug. 23d, 183 J (Cotlnritied fioin last Issue.) George rented a tent for a month; Wnaa paid trlctljr la adrsnce. If we hare to found a splendid place for it at Wood- wall any Ume, 82.no will to cbnrwd. Green and there we began on Sunday morn ing, the 10th Inst., and there we ore nowi A Few facts About Cannibalism. ministering to full congregations, with inThe frightful Morjr of tho extremities to terest steadily on the increaro and many which the Grceljr were reduced In souls being raved, restored and uplifted. desolate reglona of the North Pale has The location could hardly be belter on an caused considerable dlscusMon of the atib-j- e open square of smooth, green award, but RE-A Zry FOR TOU We have moved to OUR. !N3W ROOM with a MEW of Goods and in future shall confine ourselves exclusively to H'J.OO lJ3Il Dtar Interior' A.THSXJ2H STOCK lrtjr of cannibalism. Many eminent arch ipologist assert that without any Jouht the primitive ancestors of nil race of men were cannibal, nnd it lin. taken a considerable time and very iolcnt argument to induce tho Fiji Islanders to dltpeoee with their favorite diih of human lleeh. King Thak-ambawho waa feted ly the (J leen and tho aristocracy of England a few year ago, wis an inTeterate cannibal until a rhott time before lit risit to Europe and invented many refined method of cruelty toward hi unhinpy prisoner', while they were yet allre, in order that his caitronomical tastes ehould be gratified. Xjwailar tic take jjreat pride in introducing one of their dusk convert with the explanation "Ha waa formerly a cannibal," ajifit wero a ruirk of diitmction. It in aaid that the severest toil to which the pupil can be aubjeclod is to induce him to take the pledge against and, like reformed toper;, the islander hare to be watched cicely lest they backalide into their horrid oriej. The light of cbriatianltr epreadlug over the e earth haa gradually (Unpolled all the practice of btrbuisni, and now we hear only of cannibalism in case a of the direit extremity, auch a the '"f Ttunate ew Qreely party waa subject York Telegram. 'a aboifl-niablto.-N- Htl.t) O.N Too Ix)Xi.They laid out a new town in Dakota last fall and called it Golden City. A Chicago speculator who was cut there took 600 lot at $5 apiece, and in thirty day the price of city lota had gone to JW each. ' air nr uilt and opened a ealoon, and t1 Sgurts iumptd to and city , J50. A eecond saloon 73 lot changed hands at puce. The Chicago man waa advised to sell, but ho concluded to hint; on for few more saloon. It waa only about a mcntU ago that tie anowdrifta melted eo that any one could get into the new town. The Chicago uun'a agent showed up to find the place detrrted by human being, but on a tree was. a sign, reading: "dell you the whole citr for $10 Fellows begun to draw lumber for a church, and the saloon tnoved to Ked Qulch, fifteen milea West -- Wall Street Newa. Slano hare you IK HosTON. "Dear, dear, where been Rirlf?" aaid a lbitoo mother to her daughter who returned late from an entertainment. "We're been carmining the municipal!. lV'" giggled the eldet. "And observing the pachyderm,'! laugh ed the second. ''And vociferating tbe female to an extraordinary elevation,"? chimed in the third. "Dear, dear, dear!" exclaimed tbe moth- er in expoatulatory tones. "There la no harm done mamma," pouted the fourth; everything is amiable and the fowl, whose cackling was the ealvalion of Home, is suipended at an altitude hither to unknown in our experience.'' Explanatory Chart Tainting the town red. tSeelng tbe elephant. tWhooplng Everything is lovely and tbe her up. Somerville Journal, gooae hangs high. Kogagetnent bracelets are more need than engagement rings. Some of them are very pretty, being net with diamonds, aapphires, and having the initials of the engaged pair engraved on the back of the lock. Chain bracelets are extensively worn and are far more popular thnn bangles. Silver in preferred by a great many peoplo to gold. It is more stylish and never looks Hhoddy. ", George Smith, of Augurtn, Hracken county. Ky.i tells that he dreimei recently that the Ohio Valley was to be visited in 1SS5 byatloodaix feet higher than the 1SSI freshet. Now, this would be no significance but for the fact that this aame Mr. Smith had revealed to him tho great floods of 1S83 andlSSl through drecuis eeveral month (before they came. A young man A Waknino to Lovei-s- . blackened his mustache with a lead comb and then took his girl out for a moonlight atroll. When the fair one appeared in the bright light of the family circle a couple of hours later, her face looked like a railLowell Courier. road map. near the street. Three cheerful llg float from three stsves upon the roof. Our ban-er- a "God is Lave," ovtr the pulpit and "J'raiso the LOUD," acroas the other end of tbe tent are the tnot conspicuous as we wish them to be. Tbe tent is almost the copy of our dear old mountain tabernecle, only not quite eo large. We never go to it without having the "home feeling" produced by the clcse resemblance. The whole expense is not over X- -j for the month, ($126) including lights and cheap hymn books. When I think of how easily hundreds whom I know could put such tni'aions into operation, everywhere; that would do ten times the good of costly chuiches, which tho "mattes" never go near, I "groan in the spirit," because the, thousands are being almost thrown away where hundreds would accomplish effective tervice. Hut it must needs be ao in this age. "God hath chosen" the poor to do his work becaure "the poor" arc willing to be cho-eSo we are in a tent again, though not in our own, as I once hoped might bo the catc. I have not gotten and never will get over the disappointment of my failure in having an American tent. Hut I am content with the substitute. Nor do I think it is the LOUD who brought about tbe failure. My mistake, rs dear cinter ilouk suggested, was iu a id) ing directly to man in the matter. The LOUD would have given it and from America, loo had 1 only asked him alone. Hut I filled there, ar.d ilia hand wen tied. I don't think tbe devil will catch me napping on that point again. 'CVare from man, 'nearest and dearest1 whocc breath is in his nontril." 1'raise the LOUD for the lesson ever learced over tbe devil'a rough road, i'ou ree.it is the I'ink Cottage over again. I made exactly the came blunder there. I think it would have been a "faith cure" to this day but for my mistake in Well! appealing to a "gtucrout public." I hope the leton is learned, at last. Praise the dear LOUD for his patient teaching. I'm net going to "cry over spilled milk." No gcod in that. Only trust not to spill any more. After ray icturn from the continent I bad a good deal of work in overtaking "arrears." This with the labor attendant on netting out the English edition of "God's Love Story" has occupied me up to the full measure of tbe strength I have. Hut I bare never "fagged" through it all. The "Uotpel according to St. Ruth" has SO instead of CO pages in it, and an "Appendix" on "Love's Chastening," of CO pages mora make up the volume that appears next week. It is to be sold for a shilling, with not a penny of profit to me, now nor never. I am inflexible on this point. These Euglish eop'e shall never say of me, that I mads money out of them. I blush for my countrymen to hear these charges of money making persistently made against tbem, and I shrink with an unspeakable pain, as from the thrust of a dagger, when such a charge can even dare to approach those of us, who have came to Hritain to preach the gospel. Such a charge, substantiated, would kill, and ought to kill, the purett gospel ever preached. It was the crowning glory of 1'nul'n gospel (would that its voice might reach all in this venal age, when money plays such an awful part in the preaching of the gospel) that he could say: "I have coveted no man's gold or silver or apparel." Would he have left that ringing sentence for tbe agea following if "the spirit that m within him" had the not known that "covelousness, which is idolatry," would Lo a nin even "easily besetting" God'n minister? And I know that thin gctpel I it preach is bound to make its way in power, here and elsewhere; and that theao boons I publish, will, in due time, bo circulated by tbe hundreds of thousands, that I want to upon thia commit myself irretrievably point now, whilo there is no special pressure to make the commital almcit an n. CLOTHING, BOOTS ? SHOES & HATS As there is a growing demand for CrOOD GOODS, we have bought the BEST BR. ANTBS in the market, and those in search of a superior quality should call on us. GEORGE H. BRUCE & CO. ExTitEMi in Idaho. Oa the sand plains down by Hawthorne it is so hot that mercury boils in the thermometers unless the bulb is kept wrapt in a wet sponge. A dipper of water thrown up into the air evaporates before reaching the ground. The only living creatures seen about Walker lake are the pelicans, and in flying from one shore to the other during the middle of the day they are obliged to descend two or three times and fill their pouches with water. The sand at the botttom ef the lake geta so hot during the day that bithers going into the water cf evenings are obliged to wear bota to prevent burning their feet. Virginia Enterprise. Snow-banare still beautiful near town on the slopes of Mounts Gilcrest, Scowden. Haverly and Humor, on the southerly eide of Mill Creek Canyon, and on Mount Hector, North of town, while on the West, circling the head of the canyon, large, unbroken fields of mow loem up against the sky on McCiintock peak, Mount Bill William and tbe Sea Lions. Homer Index. TnE Avejuoe Like or Minister, According to published statistics tbe aver-Hg- e life of Presbyterian ministers in this years, while country is a little over fifty-si- x that of Congregational ministers is about ten years more than that; and the average term of ministerial service among the Prea byterians is about twenty eight years, while among the Congregationalists it is thirty-fivWhat makes the difference, whether it ia that the singing of the metrical version of the Psalms of David is wearing, or the believing of the Westminister confession and the learning of tho "Shorter Catechism" are exhausting to the vital powers, or the elders are harder taskmasters then tbe deacons, does not appear; but these are aolemn facts for Congregational ministers who are thinking of becoming PresbyNew Haven Palladium. terians. The scene in the grand jury room last Saturday, after the jurors had completed the week's work, was, we dare say, unpar-nlleU- d in this country. Sending for Judge Harrix, and calling in the bailiff, they held an experience meeting. Every member of the grand jury was a profeed Christian, only one of whom was not a member of Each one had a word to some chutch. speak for Jesu, and the oldest member of Newnan he body led in fervent prayer. e. The Bible Society has determined to atop One of its officers gaid: "Of a thousand distributed, d we believe but ten were read, while were eo mutilated as to be worthless, and four hundred etolen." putting bibles in railroad cars three-hundre- "What eaniM tdo great ruili at UeRokorts & .StiRg'a PniR Blore J" Thofrrodlitrlbntlonnfenmpta Lotties of Dr. Dosanko's Cougliand Lung Sjrup, tho most popular remedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption ami llroocbltls uow on tho market. Regular ilze CO cents aa'l 81.00. FREE mSTIUIJUTION. Marie's birthday and we all "made a day of It" going to Graves End, where the otcatn-e- r lay, and after adieu x were spoken, eating the inevitable dinner jf "whitebait," where w had celebrated George' birth day 15 months before. Charley goes out to settle at Queensland and look out for a place for us toxome in due time to preach tbe gos(el. His whole heart is in it and he is as enthusiastic a believer as George. Ho will not be satisfied until he finds a preaching place in the antipodes. I received a letter from my dear old friend Woodsidc, of Futtchgurh, N. India, asking if we would he out next winter? The question made me start with joy, although I hare not the least idea wo shtll go so soon. Indeed, I doubt whether my dearest friend in India will endorse "my gospel" now, which checks the bounding joy of the mere thonght of meeting them. The Holy Ghost rather witnesses that "in every city bonds and affections abide roe," if not of cold iron and literal lash, yet just as bad in chilled hearts and cruel tongues of opposition among those I love well. Fancy my preaching such a gospel as this to the poor natives. That they can have Jesus u a Savior without baptism or leaving their own people, or doin anything that a half gospel has demanded aa fine qua nont for generation! Of course this mesns revolution with those who would give a Sike for example any hope of salvation until he cut off his hair and eo cut all connection with his people. In fact, Incredible as it may seem, missiona l they have ries have applied the been taught themtelvea to India, and have required these poor heathena to do what one Christian In a thousand ever doea in England and America after salvation give up all for Christ before being saved at all. With us, baptism involves no such conse quences, it is thoroughly retpeciarjie. Not so there. It means social and political ostracism. Is it any wonder that after 100 yeara there ia but a feeble fluttering of Christianity in India, when the first demand made by the Christian God is like death to the poor, weak confeswr of Him? Wbat must they think of such a God? Alas! tho popular half God, half dovil of Christendom is at tbe bottom of all the mischief; and it will never be rectified until we revise our beliefs and "return to tbe the LOUD who will have mercy and to our God who will abundantly pardon" the cruel libels we hae ho often uttered against Him. God is LOVE and nothing else, will bring the heathen to Him "like clouds and doves to their windows," So you eoe, I shall not have a "bed of roses" on which to lie in Indb. I canhot doubt that even my dear old Father New ton will resist an innovation that upsets tbe practice of his long and loving life, though I can hardly understand until it actually occurs, how ho could turn against me. Hut have not the nearest and dearest done It over and over aguin alreadv? That is my life. Could I face it for a moment without GoJ? And yet with Him, I can say aa ono of old said before me: "None of theso things move me, neither coupt I my life dear unto me, ao that I may finish my course with joy, and tho ministry that We have enjoyed a delicious treat in tho is committed to me." Ever in Jesus, Geo. O. Barnes. virtitu of American friends this aummer. First the "Danville trcupo" of Vt. The A gentleman who waa about to marry a Youngn and connected branches made up plain girl said to hia friend: "It is not thlH dear circle. I was in Switzerland and for her exterior but her inward beauty missed them. Oh what a "miss" it watl that I marry her." "Then, tor goodness I groan yet, when I think of it. Iliit our sake," replied the friond, "turn her inside folks enjoyed them, aa only exiles can enjoy out." a announce that such a visit. Then the Mises White, of California aa much fruit aa Manchester, who only left for the conti- not more than f nent last "Wednesday, were with u. Misd was canned in 18S3 will be canned this Laura was a new acquaintance, whom wo year. Last year's canning resulted in loss had not seen before, but "Queen Iteas" wo on account of knew most intimately in the mountains of JVBT AS GOOD. Clay, She is the aamo lovely, unaffected, Many unscrupulous dealers may tell you tticy liars sprightly "lii'fs" of the olden time. We rtmnlU for Cougbf anj Colds u tu merit and In i did enjoy their visit, all too short. erery rcspoct Juit as good im tliu old relUbls Dr. On the 13th we parted with dear Charier llosanko Cough and Lung Syrup, unlet you insist Wood, who Balled for Australia in the upon this remody and will HVe no otber, you ara to bo greatly decclfcd. Prices, CO cents and Duke of Sutherland eleamett'ai It waa tM Sold SlcBoUrts Jt Stage. Jl.W. half-gospefruit-cannerone-hal- ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! I will deliver Ice to regular customers ercry morn- New Sta?eJ I liavejustopenelon Depot street a lull Una at Staple and Fancy UrcJerlts that I win sell low tor . cash or country lam also agent for tho htaoford Woolen Mills Yarns and HsunoU, of which I always keep a full stock. Give me a call 1 1 ing at ONE CENT 21M1 PER POUND- It. E. IiAIlttOir. Accounts due at the close ol each month.or when andsave money. customer quits. 233-- P. I. 31 ATT ISO tjY, btanford, Kjv , Ky., Is a Candidate for State Supervisor o( Taxes for tbe 8th Congressional DU I hare been appointed agjnt for the sale of tbe trlct ofKentucky, November election, 1831. farm of Mrs. Pbu be C. Illalo and heirs, containing lying ?f o a mile from HuitonTllle mo ou the Liberty i'iVt and I hereby oUVr it private0! two stories ly. It lias a good dwelling-hous- e and 6 rooms, bestdei the necesiarr We are authorized to announce the Hn. W. S. It Is well watered and Is gocd, rich land worth Young, ot Lturel county, a Candidate to ropressat manr times the price asked for it. the 8th Congressional District, ni a member of tats Apply to me lor further particulars. State Board of Equalizjtion, subject totha actios 257 a.'jtu . T. J1VHU, Stanford. Ky. of tbe Democratic party. FAK3I FOB Acre, SAX4E ! IV. U. Of Laurel count-- II. TH03IiSO nox. w. s. iorxG. JtL.s.Jbj U sujSLMSKnn "bSm1 h iismaN skcbbs 0bssuxivs -- fcrJ, svrms BsnLJSuxsssw agraa laBpaBBr .LsOmI jl . I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market, which will he gotten up in style and make second to none in city or counH. O. Rupley try. Give me a trial. T. I. WALTON I GROCER, Cor. 21 a in? ami S omse f Ms 9 ALWAYS OV HAND FUL.Ii STOCK OF Herald. A Chinaman name into tbe ladieV cibin of a Brooklyn ferry boat the other day and took a seat beside an Irish market woman. Ho seemed to want to make himself agree able and remarked: "Belly cold." The woman looked at him with an air of contempt and replied: "If you would put your ahirt in your pants your belly wouldn't be cold, you hajthen blackguard." Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Queens-ware- , Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. -- VERY- "The female giraffe has u tongue eeven-tee- n Inches long but she can't talk," saya the Bismarck Tribune, nnd then adds, "Now we know why a glrifl'e wears such a aed and subdued expression." That isn't what alls tho gentleman giraffe, howeret. He has a neck seventeen feet long and can't drink beer. Hence. The hotel business in New York id overdone. There nre 123 incorporated clubs in New York. Positive Cure for Piles. To thepsopleoftblsoounty ve would say that we bare been tWen the agency ol Dr, Marclilsl's LOW PR ICES mEU Short-tim- p -- FO CASH 1 No And to Prompt Paying goods sold on long time. USE- Customers. WlcBSS &3123S$ F&OTB For sale only by T. R. lVAIsTON.. Jliute from the heat Miimcsola Wheat. Itallau Pile OIntuieit emphatically guaranteed to cure or moaey refunded Internal, External, Wind, Weeding or Itching I'llcs. Trlco 5D cents a box. No euro, no pay. l'enny A, McAlUter, Drugjltti. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlal's a female remedy, to cure female Diseases, audi as Ovarian troubles, Intlauiuiitlon and Ulceration, Tailing and dI.pUcemint or bearing down feeling, Irrcgalarltttcs, Barrenness, Change cf Life, Leucorrbcct, besides many weaknesses springing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous debility, Palpitation of thn Heart, Ac. For tale by druggists. Prices SI and SI SO per bottle. Send ta Dr. Marchlsl, Uttca, N. Y for painpblot, free. For sal by Penny McAUiter, Druggists. -- TRY Ng Plus Ultra Coffee, BEST ROASTED RIO, J.m Good. . j&Ji?'toTa.cl3Ll.em. T. R. WA TUWOSm" 4 For sule only by ly i WPwapjiwuiBBunmntai iuwiiwwjiiiBiiiimuw Wasiiinoto.v, spt. 25. The President bo (ins "Farewell darling" has created homo Tun democratic national committee has issued sn nddrera pledging tho party, if has appointed Postmaster General Grcs "stir" among us Danville "literary fellers " successful, to purify the government, run ham Secretary of tho Treaury and has nc- - The child should by all means be named M pfcw 1884 it economically, enforce the lawn, reduce ceptcd. forthi mtnister referred to. September 20, Stanford, Ky A naintinc of W. J. Ljle's fine stal taxation to the lowest limit consistent with LONDON'S DAY TO HOWL. lion, George Wilkes, Jr , bis owner and ('. iust protection to American labor and cap W. P. WALTON. Bt Kogcrs who has charge of Mr. Lyle's ital and our creditors and pensioners. It And She Does so With Vengeance. states that Clcreland'sopen record is con J, M. Stbastin, of Owsley. Nominated for stock, adorns the office of the Clemens Ih to be regretted that the bueinesj DkAlKll IN- House. F. De Gissac, a French gentlesidered a guarantee of this by thousands Congress. riTolryof tho Lotiisrille papers has had is tho artist who painted this very Drugs, man, of independent republicans. It charges Special to the Interior Journal. Books, Stationery and the eflect of o itirrlDg up popular Fcnti-mea- t e would be picture. London, Kv , Sept. 25th, 10 r. m. This against convict labor outride of the that Blaine's administration Fancy Articles. c IM rctf- - 9 u' Mack Vandevecr, tho young colored stained bv grow abuses, official misconduct, has beep almost the day in the history of prison ait to cause contractors to refuse to Stephen Pbplci-u- i' incrlUori-arcnut)- y wanton expenditure and increased taxation London. A tremendous crowd has been man who shot nnd killed his uncle cotoruBl4. to bid for It at all. The letting of tho conAlio 21 years in this week, which would blight industry. It says the here, having come hither cither to attend Carpenter, last April, was given victs to hire waij advertised for is by an army of office hold- the reunion of Federal and Confederate tho penitentiary by tho Circuit Court Wedlf.E&2v5JV! Jut i , "S-J- s bnt the day came and no proposition. The pirty opposed ers, contributing part of their salaries paid soldiers, the republican convention to nom nesday. The accused was defended by lease of C. R. Mason & Co , expires on the Messrs. J. S. VanWmkle, T. P. Young nnd of the public treasury; corrupt manu- inate n man to get badly left in the Tho Largest Stock of Wntohes, Clocks, 30th, when it is understood they wilt Rive out by Gov. McCrcary, or Cir- J. Wesley Durham, and prosecuted br facturers who have bribed the government race Jewelry and Silverware their contract and the remit will be the up At an Commonwealth's Attorney It. C. Warren to enrich them through tariff duties at the cuit Court, which is in session. return of GOO convicts to the penitentiary . tUttotbU nurkft rn,, Harding. Ever'-U.wct t' vj un- early hour this morning "Boss" Tom Card-wel- l, and County Attorney Robert ; Watih- -, I'lot at an Jew, the V and tho crowding of 1,200 into 5TS0 cells. expense of the whole people; a host of It j ft J ou slwit uut.ct) an,l Warrautt-i- . as ono of the Jerry Williams, the negro Iny who killed .Jk who recognizee himself none of the machinery in scrupulous contractors, and n horde of The State owns corporations, all of whom republican leaders in the Harrodsburg pre Jos. Hughes, it mulatto school teacher at the building, so this army of convicts will for Perryville, confessed to manilaughter rnd are pouring a large portion of their ill- - cinct at least, tried to got up a boom have to be idlo or $20,000 be immediately gains into the republican party his candidate, Gen. W. J Landram, by was given two years. expended for the necesary plant to uie gotten A fellow named Graves, from sometreaeury. To offset this the democratic getting out in the middle of the street with them to any advantage and the treasury la committee cilifl for a popular contribution a bass drum and telling his brethten in where, was here this week and did yeoman empty! If the Legislature shall be con He to rescue the government from impending politics to fall into line, but they didn't work in the cause of temperance?) voiced to consider the matter it will cost danger. The address closes by stating that fall in worth a cent, and Tommy had to complained of being in feeble health and $150,000 and an additional tax of 10 cents disaster to the republicans cannot be avert put down his little drum and get behind said whisky was a necessity with him, nnd on tho dollar will have to be levied. DEALER Ii; ed by forcing Blaine to unwillingly make some of the more important men on the as he was n stranger and made pitiful apLast Bpring when the question of aidirg Homo Shoe, speeches, and that the man who wrote tho sidewalks, most of whom must have re- peals, induced several persons to send out Hardware, Groceries HiiiIiIIcm, coal mining to the other purposes fcr Qncen-nuiM-- , Fisher letters never can be President. garded his actions with disgust. He was and get small quantities of liquor for him ,r1,"' ?a,iT Itusrcy Whip which convicts might be hired was feeing 11 heels Stoves There should be a liberal response. Cniie Mills lliiriicHH. conspicuously quiet for n short time after- and then to show his gratitude went bsfore diacuFFctl before tho Legislature, we do tho grand jury and indicted the persons . . I'KlerMIIlH. i.n- Tjie Bourbon Xcui, which has dived wards. In a few moments after tho excitenot remember that the Courier Journal III uiS Mouuirnrv, music had who had gone out of their way to accomCom Nhellers Collars took more than a passing notice of it. deeper into and knows moro of the Blaine ment produced by Cardwell'a modate him and who had accepted no peThen was the time to raise theclxxnor scandal than any other paper, says that subsided, the Valley Cornet Band, of Stan cuniary or other reward from him for their Oliver Chllod, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden agninct it and not cow, when in two Blaine seduced Miss Stanwood with no ford, playing "Grand March Keunion," and Cast Pumps, and the Uclobrated Mayfleld Elevator. It would 1 trouble for "selling whisky" Tin Roof-- r years the long needed branch peniten- thought of marriage, and that the slleged was followed out to tho grounds, about w,u havo by a crowd esti- seem from this that Bro. Graves "moraliiUtontion. tiary will have been completed and the secret marriage never took place at Mill mile from the court-housis of a type that is not at all tinctured nfirAiiim l tol, Jtrlnht.Jr. 2,500 or 3,000, the ex soldiers in ty" trouble ended. It is a hardship, we ad ersburg or elsewhere, and when Thornton mated at with Ingratitude, deceit, double dealing mil, that convict labor should come into Johnson failed to puisuade Blaine to do the the procession numbering, as was supposed, and lies. about 250. During the day addressee were competition with free labor, but in this in amende honorable, he asked her father's PAINT LtCA, GARRARD COUNTY. stance it seemed almost a ground-hocaee. nnd through their conjoint efforts, delivered by Col. It. M. Kelley, Kev. V. Besides there can be no difference between he complied. In proof of the fact that Rarelnp. Gen. W. J. Landram and Col. We extend to our friend T. R. Walton working the convicts in mines and on rail Blaine lied knowingly, willfully and of Billy O'Bradley, in which they all spoke the late the right hand of fellowship in his new de roads. One is as bad on the laboring man wickednees aforethought, that paper also wotds in praise of thoeo who in parture. as the other and in this great big country produces from the musty records of the utruci-I- e foucht. bled and died upon the Our enterprising, merchant, Ward . there would have been enough work for Bouborn county court, a marriage bond battle fields trying to promote the interests Lutes, have sold and delivered ten cir DRUGGISTS both, at least for the two years intervening which Blaine signed with W. A. McKim, of their country, and at times some of the loads of coal and have orders for as many PHARMACEUTISTS. exceedingly eloquent. I till the completion of additional quarters. for the IatterV marriage to Miss Sarah E. speakeis grew more. ' If the papers that have created the trouble Stanwood, dated just three months after have time at this late hour only to make Jeff Bowman, of Danville, spent a few KyM brief mention of a big day'n doings. The were actuated solely for the good of the Blaine's alleged marriage to Harriet Stan daja with his brother, G. M Bowman, this ojj-vasupoor laborer, the matter would be different, wood, which he admits was without license, whole business went off in an awkward week. J. C. Gentry and wife were here Drugs Wall Paper, bnt they are not and he is blind who fails he being ignorant fo the law requiring it. manner, however, those in charge seeming this week. Whips .Hunlcal Chemicals to go at everything, figuratively spjaking, Wquiir The agita- Indeed. to discover the real animus. l!iH(rii(Mitvn(s Several from here took in the show at . lottery. I'Irhi-mblind-foldeIt Is a tangled web --re ware, Porkct tion of the question now is most inopporOils Kirksville Tuesday. Some pronounced it Moitps Toluuvos When we do Ttnture 1o deceive. The republicans began operations for se Lit m px, tune and can but act to the disadvantage of I'crlimicry, JIiirliYii Tire slaughter by assem- good and others no account, but if we were the general public, while not particularly A telegram to the Enquirer from New lecting the lamb for the to judge from appearances we would call it court-hous- e at 4 r. M. The benefiting any one. York s'ates that Blaine, who has long buf bling at the Tho,. HIcliarJH, nlio will Repair fralclio and Clocks a poor circus. Pro.uptl aid iMlio bMt convention was called to order by Mr. Joe fered from Bright's disease, is rapidly deRev. W. O. Cochran preached his last While Blaine is cavorting around the clining and of Danville, who proceeded to that his days on earth are but S. Linney, country making piteous appeals for vindimeeting. Col. W. O. sermon here Sunday. He has been called few. The worry and excitement incident state the object of the to a church near Covington and will roon cation and votes, Gov. Cleveland remains Bradley was chosen as tempopary chairman, a tjnietly at his post in Albany X. Y. attend- to the canva-- has greatly increased the J. 8. Moore, of the Danville Tribune, secre- move there. The members of his church ing to his duties as governor, with the same disease and heisdespondant and cast down. tary and A. E. Dyche, of the London Echo, regret exceedingly to give him up. This news does not comport with the other, The meeting at Walnutta closed crapulous care that ha- - always characterhonwhich states that Blaine is swinging the assistant sec'y. Bradley accepted the morning with 40 additions to the ised his public life. The New York Herdegrading the office he seeks by or in a Lxcomine manner aud then reared church, 20 by confeeion and 20 by letter. ald tells of the dignified manner in which circle, twenty and pitched in a speech of about begging for votes. AND Mr. Perryman is a promising voting preachhe listened to the the committee from Louminutes in length, in which he spoke of isville, who went to invite him to the Tuesday will be a big day at the "the poor, paltry principles of democracy." er and a very pleasant and agreeable genNext Iiis-nitin-- e ! His many friends rrgretted to Southern Exposition, as follows: He re- Southern Exposition. Gov. tlendricks, He tickled his brethren by saying that they tleman. see him leave. plied that any trip of this character could our distinguished caadidate for Vice PresiA I nil and complete assortment or had met to name the next Congressman 1'iirulfiire. finliracliiRov. not help but be constructed as political. dent, will be there with a number of other Daring forty eight hours last week erytliliiK from .up Cheapen to for this district; that the democratic nomithe Fluent Parlor MUte. No the New York State Fair, prominent men and a programme of unu True, he nation was bought by the highest bidder; there were 15 suicides in St. Louis. need to Ko to the large cIIIi-- to innku 3onr purchases but that was a custom followed out by nil sual interest has been arranged. The Ex"o matter Thirty-thre- e horse thieve have bten Mhat quantity r qualify you that the nominee's only qualification was mint, an I ean and ulll duplicate Governors of the State. While he 'vould position is now at the hight of its glory stuff as that. He hanged within a ehort time by tne vigilanta any priec.H you enu obtain oiHouherc, his money, and ill such be pleteed to visit the people of the South, and he who can go and fail-- ) to, is an enerreKht belli;: added. AI was vociferously applauded, of course, by of Nebraska. a full asMsrliiic-u- t of Collins .Shroud and Itobrs viabrao a section which he has never visited, he my to himself. Coal-oil has been found at a depth r,f ...N .... ..-- , .,-.- the delegates, prominent among whom was eueap and epeimlre. Ware room ,j was of firm belief that, as Governor of the Louisville is disclosing an army of dis- the Hon. Geo. W. Gentry, of Lincoln. He 08 feet at Lexington. G. D. Wilgus is the opposite rti. tMipn uoie.. Miiuiord, Kj. State, his imparative duty was to remain honest business men. The Buchanans, of did get off on the bloody shirt, too, for a fortunate owner of the ground on which within its boundaries and first attend to the Nencomb Buchanan Dietillery Co., law minutes, even though be thought it tho well is located. A TAYLOR'S pfSR the dutici of his office, which every man are the last to be exposed and their rascali- should remain in its crave, but the Col.' All in the Line et Nature. knew that had any knowledge of public afCo, ty exoseds even the greatest yet on record. speech was too thin to dwell upon. After There U ootliiog in tlir lino cl magic or uw.ttj fairs in Net? York, were enough to conThey ro cfl for Canada with $1,000,000 appointing a credentials nnd resolutions the about thit wonderful in I popular niil.ilnf. Tar CirAMBSRSBliUG, PA. stantly occupy cne'i attention if he faithraised in some instances on triply hypothe- convention adjourned to meet at 7 o'clock, ker'iToile. It the Ut iml tuottK.fri-U9- o tho trust confided to him. fully cared for Fire Awardi fit Iks Loni&rillo Expoi; comlliMtlofi rMlbl el tfce tnll-- l 4ini-pals cated warehouse receipts. though not until after a little spat between Thiswaa tho course he had marked out tion m 1883. of tliew Trouble curtlv which act delegate Tom Cardwell and some other VI!- ind dirrrtlv uin tbt itouurti. r. While such a visit lnce his nomination. Well, who the devil is Sebastian ? .ft LtitliTfk. m hv:n from ? t j.ie .,, ,w,r Haw Miih fra and Bradley had reminded said delegate ner. and Mood, Rut tht-- e orithrr is, nor will U j lfciv4.lj. r-would no doubt be of the deepest interest, u Mil Nnitb 'raili.a Mill Mom (., th NOUS OF CURRENT EVENTS. of the fact that "when he desired any of his any aiiccfMful Imitation ot It It It an tha tiro Ml ..1 lh tr.ri ft.r trial. bc'felt impelled by the exigencies of his mal fc. I.LU - Ind of tier KtUitif suggestions about the ruling of n conven- curing tlir.ta who bad ''.. i r r .. A 1,1, r.( Henry Clay dhd of his wounds and his trust, and with due consideration for all well. I'or jrpMr-cl- f, jour wife .m J tslldrao. ho would let him know it." iin WtrnMiSMSJav - ivrtf.7 7 KU. other invitations which had been extended, remninn were taken to Lexington for inter- tion WE.WIE.V, was again At 7J o'clock the eourt-bouregretfully decline what would be a ment. to 'JKNESA-.AOTiaWMSTEH Aim.ltTISKME.NTS. .. HAMTON, callP. Frederick S. Nicholas, editor of the crowded, and after the convention was pleasure to him as well as to those who . r the committee on creZZZ Tm. ivA.-m. awsroaD, Kr Memphis Avalanche, died of paralysis of the ed and the report of rri wished to see him in Louisville. dentials and resolutions read, Col. Bradley b. f. wAiiTian brain. I IS IV'JL' 1 h 'V, The Uirfield memorial window at put in nomination Cipt. James M. SebasBrEAKixo of Knight Llaine'd ingratiLANCASTKIt, KV. Williams College has been finished at a cost tian, of Owsley, and the first seconder was tude to Ingersoll, the man who so eloquentOffice OTr CHIzd National Bank. Ufflce houn Gen. Landram, then in rotation Capt. P. from 8 to 12 A. M. and from 1 to 5 r. u. ly put him in nomination in 1S7G, at Cin- of S3.C45. Newcomb, Luchanan & Co., the ex- T. Ballot, of Madison, Uncle Logan McKee cinnati, the Courier Journaf says tnat it is s. si. nosDim. l. r, iii'iiiilk. HUBBLE & BTJKDETT. one of the meanest of his many mean acts. tensive Louisville distillers have assigned. of Boyle, and Hon. G. W. Gentry, of Lin coin, all of whom discussed his merits of ATTOIINEYH .VT JOA.'W, Beciuso Ingersoll was intimately identified Liabilities $1,000,000, assets $230,000. t.ANCASTEl., KY. he cut him dead The gold reserve in the Treasury their nominee, stretching them out suffwith an unpopular cause, Will practice In Garrard and adjoining couotlri when he went to Washington to live, not amounts to $129,000,000, an increase of iciently to fill even more than 300 blank nnd Court ot Appeals. Office In the ItoMmon block, lfl-Ito be Gov. Clev- South Hide Public Hqua're. pages, which was claimed withstanding much of his prominence was about $15,000,000 in the past few weeks. derecord. Capt. Sebastian then arose Cincinnati is to have another hanging eland's A due to him. That paper very fitly Stack oJ'llie followlrit; making three since the riot. C. W. and accepted the nomition. He is said to scribes him when it charges that ho ha the I be n man of some ability os a lawyer, about cheek of a bras monkey and the hide of n Richardson is the unfortnate individual. Louiivllle lo?e3 her favorite Methodist 15 ears of age and sports a wooden leg, rhinocerous; cold and paltry at heart; false minister, Rev. Dr. II. C. Morrison, who having been shot through that limb at the and cruel in nature; unloving and ungrateBaker Grain Drill?, Buckevo Grain Drill?, ful. There is no obligation be would not goes to Ruesellville. He may come back a battle of Champion Hills, as ho told me, McSherry Grain Drillo, Hoosior Grain Drills, and amputntion became necessary. He is There Bishop. Bt amp out to tcrve a (elfish end. Kalamazoo Harrows Col. W. W. Djdley, Commissioner Ohnmpioa Sulky Plow,. Oharnnion Ste-- I Beam Plows. o destined to be badly used up, poor fellow, is no sanctity he would not debaunch to Cid.r Millr, 0.no Mills, Cane Mills, Evaporators, Pcod He will deyote in November. B'laah purpae. Without a single Pensions, has resigned. carry a Outtori, After a little tquabbling, Capt. Phillip manly virtue in the world, ho stands re- his eparo time between now and November BuRgics, Carriagofl, Surroys, Sprinc Wagons, Farm Wagons, &o. Roberts, of Madison, was mede the choice vealed before his countrymen a fit counte- in behalf of Blaine. A few 33oIliic ami Tnri.t ami Ilrutllej- Sulhy IMowm a( T.aL Six vesesli were lost on the Labrador of the convention for a member of the IJurr and Tweed. rpart of Arnold, ilmu I'OHt Ut olOHC (Mil. . coast during the recent easterly gales, and Board of Equalization. Then giying three are but few loafers, tramps or There three thousand person are starving in tho deafening cheers for the ticket, the august drunkards among the Jewish people, and and mixed assembly adjourned. White Bay district. scandals among their families are of rare At Hays7ille, Tenn, C'aprain E. T A party by tho naino of Johnston got on occurence. Home of their noble acts conJohnson shot and killed Mayor Edwin. the 11 o'clock train this morning, with the sists, of charity towards the poor, und tohavj: Henry, who had saduced his wife. Hen-wi- n intention of riding as far as the barbecuo wards otheM as well h,3 their own. They off as it passed by. grounds and jumping also a married man. Extenare great balievora in education, gjod d Sallia Robinson, a Mis? When he reached that point, the train was families, and have, in spite for their LOUISVILLE, at Framingbam, Mass,, robbed moving at about the rate of thirty miles an in a way which of persecution, Opens August 16th. her mother of money, bonds and jewels hour, and he made.theleap. He wbh thrown To Their Stock ot Closes October 1884. crn not bo excelled by tiny other race under value 1 at $C0,000, and then started for n distance of 51 feet and what was left of IB ACRES UNDER ONE ROOF. Peru (Ind.) Kepubll- similar obstacles. Boston to meet a young rmn to elope with him was then brought back to town on a can. him. A Hub uolicermn oantured little1 wagon. J. F. W. TnE democratic pall of the vote of Ohio Bailie. By Cappa's and Gilmore'3, (ho most fatsous bando or tho And now hays tho Best Stock in Ceu DANVILLE. DOYLE COUNTY. la 595,000 votes and tho estimated reptibli-a- n world. In LiuUvillu Mr. J. W. Hickman sues Largest and Finest Display of Machinery in MOTION ever tral Kentuoky. Thoy havo Parlor vote 380,000. The election occu-- two his wife, Mary Hickmin, neo Moore, for wltnesssii anywhere. I?en Durhnra, who shot marahnl Helm, and Bod Boom Sots, Carpet, . LOWEST RAILWAY KATES EVER GIVEN IN THE STATE Kceksfrom next Tuesday and it would he divorce, cbargin hei with adultery with hna been admitted to hall in $500 bond. Cane and Penitentiary to rewell in taking in the above figurH Lewis II. White, a widcly-knowGreenbery and D. N. Prewitt bought of Chairs, Marble Top, member, that OjIo has never failed to go gentleman of Louisville. It is said Bright Thursday, o horee mule 15i hands Centre Stand & Exdgainst the democracy in a presidential the wife has confessed and there is a sensa high for $110. Tth wjl.i of Kentucty'. great iculptor, Joel Hart, the be.t e tension Tables, collection flection emce 1850. tion in tho Falls City. One hundred countiea in Kentucky will mile exhttiti, dlirlavlne Col. Win. Cattrell, of Mobile, Ala., is nroduen wH.i, ,ti . Woven Wino, CotW. B. Comar. charged with cruelly here. Meier?. 51. C. Saulley and W. O. thi,S,1,,.,,e,,ou.nVPf,,,e.K?Ur Tub Lebanon Standuul makea tho fol owton Top nnd Hair Mat-trosscing good point: "When Mr. Blaine wrote boating a convict, from the efleots of which Welch, of Star.fprd, attended Circuit Court. Folding Bed LounIMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITIONS thnt ho would defend the honor of his fami- he diod, was held over for further trial in O. T. Helm, nbot and wounded by lieu ges, Beds & Cots, "Wararobea with hie lift h mod one letter tao many. the oum of $3,000 bail, which has been Durham at Junction City, hn improved to ly and Sofas, and Everything Elst Cho I may be rejected m surpltwaj. Tho given. A nirjority of those who heard muoh Hut hi? friends now hope far hto reKept in a Store. is often marred br the testimony nr a( the opinion (hit the covery. , 4tvleafMt wen BENNETT II. Y0UH0, Present. J. fa. WHHHT, Gen.ral Manager. wj1: one. Snjfur Ericw. The hteit "LiUwide, Mtig" which cim ogRtr bin fn rery Stnu-8BlwHInlcriorounral 1 It SillffrlBB Tip Sjp ESllllV W Ha li i mm PHARMACISTS, jfk -- m life-lik- VfaWV? JEWELERS. A. 1 -t hvV "SH'V leg "''"""i urines ;:i:"y. l,rapt w g Hi H Opera House Block, I'nluls . Stanford, i.v o,.l!... :, Arm. Weil-nesd- K, WSABEffl, UHTDERTAKER, h .Dealei- in r vi-it- -. aes I Taylor Manufacturing -- A -- .!- WMMi m&. zezrr w tfc-i- I. ?k:M HUKGEON C0M3I ISSION MERCAM' HAMFACTUKEKS' AGENT. Lare y ENTE UPRISE Grocery. I I liiiiicastcr, Kentucky, GEO. D. BURDETT - pro-vide- twelve-yeir-ol- Lately been Making sive Additions SOTJTKBRIT STTTnTST 25th, pro-per- TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY b -- n pop-you- poi-ill- 3, &AN Firel-claaeirnrnitu- re vsr-ihcjJ- armiilntl imniMiMuiiwwMwvwiwrwiii,'xrai'iuiU'r FiirHii Ftaa nlirnya on hand. ris. m e ui u iutwri mwwmwmawwiiimnjminii ISSHCI'SES 8 . 4- - V I Ilsv. J. M.'llrnce vriltea from Ejerton, Fifjy bead of Short-hor- n belonging to J. Mo., that owing to a protracted meeting the Hamilton eatavte wer sold at Mt. SterTwo aeventy-fivgallon fArmera' boilers which he ia conducting at that place, be ling yesterday. The average price wn for cooking food to., for cale at coat. Oto. will not bt able lo reach here next Sunday $719.70. Sopteralor 20, 1884 Stanford, Ky., but that Itev. 15 A. Dawca will till bin In Atlanta, Ga, 15,000 mules are anD.Wearcn. pulpit that day instead. nually disposed of at prices ranging from Till, band bjya went up to London $12o to 5200 eaab, making a grand total of l.&N. LOCAL TIME CtflQ. MARRIAGES. and mado bealdes $60 and exeupea oyer 52,000,000. Most of these mules go 12 if, r. m. Mall trsln going North any amount of lory. Oa the 23J at Mr. P.olnnd Gooch's, from Kentucky. " I.I. ...1 M P. M. Houth. ExDrnitraln" 8outh.. A.M. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- .10 A.M. T. It Walton ia ofl' enjoying hia honey his daughter, Miss Mary E , Kan united in There were about 1,000 cattle on the " Norh.. " ..2 tS moon, but hia store ia running nil theeame. marriage to Mr. George E Webb. Winchester market Monday, mostly comThcabOTe li ealcutated on ntandard time, tioUr Mr. Elisha C. Evans, of Ciiey, nnd mon nnd Clive me a call. I (ell cheaper than he. Muio I ,ilout 20 minutes faster 15 set medium. Miss Delil A. Taylor, daughter of John E C. Walton; brought 5 cents; yearlings 1 to IJ LOCAL NOTICES. Taylor, of this county, were married on the A great many sucking mule colts were disJew received n larpe and select atiort-men- t 23.1 Uov your echool bookn from Talo & of dry goods in the latest fall etylea, The gossips tell u thit MIm Stella posed of at $10 toSSO. cony, T. 11. Thornton, of Bradfordsville, Marksbury, one of Garrard's prettiest, will IlBAlxHTAriTCns for echool books at Mo which are marked down nt sold on Ian Saturday to Allen & Land, of -pricea. J. W. Hayden. Roberta A Slagg'. AND wed Mr. Howard Itice, of Danville, next Lincoln county, 10 bead of 1,050 lb cattle Nr.wakailea of rcndj mixed patnta for Wednesday, Ueoinninh October 1st. the Kentucky FPrioR trade nt Mcltoberta A Statu:'. Albert Christian Haller and Miss at 02 per pound. This Is strictly a fancy Central will run through trains from CinWatciiks and Jewelry repaired on abort cinnati to Knoxville and the latter city la Juliana Koehl, a young couple freh from lot, nettrlv thoroughbred, all deep rrd. nnd notice and warranted by Tn(o & Penny, Germany, were married by Itv. 8. S. Mo the toppiest lot in the country lo be deA cOMrr.KTE Mock of jewelry, latent on n boom in consequence. Lebanon StanKoberts, this. week. They could not un- livered November 10 etyle. liockfnrd natche i specialty. Tate TilEitr. waa a littlu fiitlcull between derstand a word of Eagliih and dard. A; Penny, the par-eo- n Prof. S. M. Kidney and John Strode, Tuee-daThe Governor havinc refused to assembeing rusty in hii German, an interwhich unfortunately ended juat aa the preter had to be called into PERSONAL. ble the Lpfrialaturc to consider the cattle service, and the apectatora began to enjoy the fun. breeders resolved lo old gentleman always short in bis marri plague, the slnrt-horMjw II. W. I'owriw went to Cinclii' subscribe liberally to a guarantee fund to Died. In Christian county, Ky., on the age ceremony, was more expeditious than nat! Tueiday. WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY reimburse those who'o cattle had to bo J. W, Alcoii.v, IiQ., went up to the morning of the ISth irn-t- Peter Itobineon, usual. The marriage of Mr. Thomas It. Wal- killed. Frisbie A Like, in conference with aon of Peter and Emma It. Tribble, age oliHerV reunion nt London. ton to Miss Panthei P. McKinncy, previ- tho committee of breeders, agreed to have ; Lb Mil. T. F. returned from eight yeara, one month and 13 days. ously referred to, took place Tue-da- y morn- the cattle appraised by three Impntial n viflt to Cincinnati and Louiovillv. Col. Varnon did not take the Harm' ing at the residence of tho brJde'a parents, judges and have the cattle killed, provid Mm. J H. TrcKBit hat returned from property and It is till for rent. It ia a Cap'., and Mrs. Oeurge II. McKinney, nnd ing the breeders guarantee them the a lengthy visit to relatives in MIkkouH. very ilvirablo plac ami can be bad nl a ws attended by a very large circle of amount fixed by the appraisers should not 9 JudokTiIim. W. Yhknon ha been bargain by ouly application to if. T. Harfriends. The parlors were darkened and ar- the Legislature reimburse them at their ijulle ill rrith the flux but la improving. ris. tificially illnminated, and when the happy next meeting. in The pretty MIm Itrsnrrgaril Stewart, Tun Express mewenger hsa taken the couple apjieared before the man of Cattle are dull in Cincinnati, hozs God, of Crab Orchard, ia vhltinj: Mi. Alford. Louitville Timt by two morning this Itev. I. S. McE'.roy, and took upon them- dragging and sheep slow in rale at the folMn JamimT. Chaiu hu accepted a week, Can't the proprietors of that excelselves vows of eternal love and devotion, lowing (notations: position with I'blllps Hrothera at Leba- lent paper whi-pe- r something into his ear they CATTLE. pienled a picturoof health, beauty non. e to uedluin him to do better? tlMQI.'i M(HT all of the Kanaa excuraioniata that will cau-and happlnes most interestingly combined. Common extra 4.00Q4.6S Cool to butchers have returned, Mr. anJ Mm. Uabt. H. Lytle I.WQ0.I0 At Cost. For noxt SO days we clus out Immediately after the ceremony the couple Comndil UrtHictiiprrs 3.;asj4,7S and party arriving yesterday. our entire stock of queensware and gkis-war- e retirsd to make some additional prepara- Stoeksrs ami uost. Col. W.S. Elkin went to IOuisville at cast, to make room for new good'. tions for their journey, thereby saving frslcclsJ tnitcbeis ml bsary ilalpfiri...!S.S03C.:0 thla A. M. to accept the position of auction-ee- i We bare some very handsome dinner, tea themselves and friends tue stupid and non5.K&S 85 fslr t' gout packers sensical bore of forma) congratulations. Kilr to jooi light in a prominent aalc ("table there. and chamber sets, llright A Curran, 5.15SC00 4,0031.75 The bride was very becomingly attired Common Mies May Adam, who ia attending Geo. II. IIrite A Co., announce in flam- in a handsome traveling dress and SHKEP. college, wai called to her homo at Mt. Verher Common to fair J2.503J.00 ing letters that they are "ready for you," beauty was never more striking. Phe is -non yenterday by the illnwa of her mother. ALSO THE- a (Sool lo extra 3.35QI.M) meaning by that, that they have on hand warm hearted, generous Mri. Dudley PonTivoon, Mm. II. K. and impulsive Lamiu Common to choice 3.2504.75 goods they Harrow and MIm Jennie llroaddut went the nicest and cheapest line of girl, with ac:omplishments that fit her have ever handled. Go and inveitigate. LIVISGSTON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. yesterday to rtalt the Expo-eltloto alike as well for the parlor as the cook-rooDeath. Mrs. G. Urtnt I'irnett Rd and she will be to her husbind a The dwelling house of Joe. Sambrook Mr W. M. Rohlr ha been ill of ma- list night at 11:15 of consumption after a tender and true heJp-mate Of the groom, caught fire from a Que of a stove-pi- t larial fever but la convalerii;. Hit par-en- ta long lllncs. The remains will be interred we feel a natural delicacy in saying all Wednesday evening burning the house enKv. and Mn. J. A. Bojjle, of Huaton this, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Hof-fil- o the good things we could, he being a broth-an- tirely down. All of his eflecta were saved, ville, have been with him. cemetery after a service by Itev. J. F, We had quite a refreshing little rain for ten years or more intimately con.Mn. K. K Cjiuuvlt, of Fort Bcott Taylor. nected with ns in business, but these who Wednesday night which was very accepta-IN THE CITY.- Kansas, it back on a bwdneaa vitit to hi The seaasn having opened, we are now know him best speak of him as an honest, ble to our many people who have been old home. We are glad to know that he prepared to furnish the public with fresh worthy and reliable business man and an hauling water from the river, but it ia very ia prospering in hit new location. oysters. We will always have on hand a cbliging and courteous gentleman and dry yet. Mr. J. P. Sanhuek, cashier of the A very large black bear has been seen supply which wo will serve by the plate or friend and that is about as much as can be Citixtn National litok of Lnnemter, pan said of nnybody. We are oonfldent thnt about a mile west of here by a number of by the ran, at our stoie on Lincaster street. ed through yenterday returning from Louthe union can be but a happy one and that negroes living in some out boures. S2ver-Co. S. S. Myers isville. parties have been on the lookout for it the marriage so auspiciously celebrated be President Jarman'r fair is in full blast ever a source of congratulation and pride. but as yet they have not been able to get a Gen. It. M. (5a.no, John T. (Uno and y and wife, C. V. (tauo and Mir Katie Qano, and will continue May heaven's richest blessing alw.ua at- shot. About a month previous to the time t, J. E. Karris got two premiums tend them. The bride was the recipient of this one was discovered a small one was of Dillan, Ttxaa and M!m Florence killed near the place where this one has of tit. Louis, are Rueata of Col. W. on combined stallions and A. T. Kunnelley many useful and valuable presents from been seen. It is believed to have been one on a general utility mare. The Presi(J. Welch. frienJs anxious to show their love and ap- s this year's cub of the large bear. The Mi-i- it A. 8. Mykm, 15. A. ItarntMe, dent himtelf got one on corn, C eats weighpreciation. The happy couple will siend ' dUcoverv has caused the operator at Sinks to purchase a very tall pair of stilts, ing 14j jvounds and he grew verv happy. a portion of Tho. Wherritt and John Dunean left their honey-mooin Cnicago m .Mrs. K U. Hume and .Miss ilia Ulass for trm South Fork of Cumberland with the and Milwaukee and return to Stanford next left Tuesday morning for Covington and While wc are well sutii-titwhere they will fjh and hunt for a week. C.ncinnati where they will visit frfends gentleman recommended by the district wek. Following is a putial list of present: and relative a few weeks. Misses Kate a and a serThey curled leii!, for Member of the Hoard of committee Watch and chain, the groom; down sil- Wren, Peca Ewell and . Dora Parsley, of vant nnd will no doubt hare a Equalizition, we do not think that the through here Tuesday ver spooos, Mrs. Win. Birtoi); cike basket, Ixmdon, pas-e- d Mm. K. J. MniiKKLY, MiM Lucy L. fair thing hai been done in the matter. Mi-morning accompanied by a rather suspiMofcerly ami family, t Mattie Paxtop; amberinc pitcher anil cions looking mm tiling the description of Moberly, Mr. Kli NocrJtr ftr such an election was nmde Mr. Ilettie Karri-- , Mr. IWttie Kltncre and and Very many ef the precincts did't vote glass?, Mi" Julin LoveJ; 1 e'rsin decorat- the one who absconded from Paint Lick, ed io cream plates, Mr. J. S. Sims; 2 dec- Ky., on Sept 20th. Owing to tho limited family, John and Willie Moberly, left at all in the race. or- orated wilad bowls, 1 doaen de?rt plates reward offered for hi" apprehension he was Wednesday night for Kanaaa to make that Fellow.) tell us that they in and 1 di an ice cream plates, II. C Bright not apprehended, but the countenances cf The OJd thoir home, much to the regret of numerladies bedsyed their fears of tend to set the largest and 6nest sttpper and Hugh L. Porter; gm pitcher ar.d gob- the youi.gcaught. They left hero on the ous friend here. bis being ever mui in Stanford at their nev hall lets, Miti Daity lijrcsidr; bitque match K. C. train. It is said they purchasDa. W. IJ. l'rexv ia back from Kan-Fridny night, Oct. 81. They have ahedy holder, Htt'c Pearl Burr-.-ide-; silver mug, ed tickets for Cincinnati. John L. Allen, but will return next month and locale guarantee its per !ittl Archl McKinoey; lamunade set, our L. ic X., depot ajent, left here one day -- ATat llarptr, where he has a fine pro'peot to contribution sufficient to wife. He is fact guceesa and they are still wotking. handsome bottle, amber and blue glasses this week in search of h uatabliih a, lucrative practice. Dr. 0. II. thought to have gone to Joretto, Ky. Mcltobert.t will alio locate in Kanw. Ilia The probability U thnt there will he a hop on cut glass tray, Mrs, A. A. McKinney; However it is hoped he will be successful night. silver and cut elsst perfume stand, filled, in finding her. S K Kennedy is filling headquarter will be at Htatllon, a town in the Opera ileus the .ume v m m Mi8 Alice I Oarlcy; rflver jewel ease with hia place during hi milra from litrper. aoie30 Some days ago a negro named Charley Mr. B. Ward is visitintr in London. nnd prfi: ma bottles, A. F. Cook wn sentenced to 70 days on the nek boU(iiet)holder LOCAL MATTERS. THE HELIOTROPES SOLILOQUY. pile for having two pistols oonconlei! on Evacs and Mits Lala McKinney; silver -ANDmug, Min Sabra IVaniagton; hand bag To Mrs. T. R. Walton. Seed wheat at Hrlclit Curran i. Ills parson and since then conitable-elrc- t Hj "KatydM." minding him, notwith- Mrs. Hurton; handsome blue glass and A pall lot of Zlglr ISioa'.Sh&MJUft re- Miller has been Let otberi l?iu,; from foictgn storo standing a 50 lb, hull ami chain uai locked bris powder box, Mm. A. A, McKinney; " ceived nt S. If. Shanks'. The glittering xm, the iblnlog ore, msjlic pitcher, Mrs. S. S. Mcltiberts; to hia leg. Yestcrdiy he broke the leek lUie tiojMe Truiu lUe coral ciTes. II. HutllKT price paid for country hama and being fhcter of fot thin Dm, got up sliver bjU'jaet ho.Jer, Mr. and Mr. Ami alilJen tmUIi oiotan ivavea, To rrare the t rlJsl bill. and sides by T. It. Wsllon. end got, leaving him to "tcte" the ball and Higgint; handsome mcai rofo bud Yau rtt white! Yon floVal quetDt chain back to jtil. We siwnect that Dan Mr. anl Mrs. J. M. Hail; parlor lamp, Strayed. A white muley oow, Miwe Rhoda anl Kate Hail; silver oard IUtlml in tbe uoonbeAra'c jcllatr llgbt, I will pay n reward. Pe- tincomcious'y took a nap on duty. for whose return You'll imlle in uianr a iulnt Jeiign, receiver, Misses Annie Alcorn and Annie ter Hamton. And help the tun mt room to liae. Kailroac Matters Mr. D. W. McMcKinncy; 2 silver ladles, Mrs. Geo. But an'. tUa llsUm. has received a letter from Mr. E. Kinney; Vnty. Ahser Hokeri telegraphs that T gold piece, J. 13. Paxton; batter Jo stock of Fall and We have received the My tlirry Howeri tills Hirp'.e beath - Z:rmerman, President of the ChcMptaLo dish and knife, M. Peyton and W. H hisicaool will begin Monday without pmrSht'll gataer for that trailing wreath; & X&shviile railroad, raying that he will idential hiridran-- . IJright; pair bisque figures, little Pn'tie For my flnt breath of rare perluai) Goods has ever heen shown in this mar :JCBf- be here at October county court and thnt Is only for the hrldal rooa, as the he would like to meet the representative Alcorn; silver spoon holder, Dr. II. Iteid cheap Co.M., lumber and )ots bridal erown. The brlJo-tf- cc G. Huffman; beautiful floral offerolieaptst for Cish or exchange for butcher mm of the ounty to consult with them and A. ing! from numerous friend; handsome To trttch with ma her trembling (igb, stuff. Call on Williama & Kamfey. The building of nbout railroad matter The golden Fanty'a modeit eye chini plate, lace border and hand painted, t tho new road is now a certainty. The bballonly gUncefroui out wy liwr, We are opening todiy n now lino of, mirMica Ilslle Chenauli; handsome band With uif jirochliu tU; nujithl boar, location is however still in doubt. We Dress Silks, Jno. It. Stetson A C's. celebratod hats ror, Miss F.ettie Paxton; counterpane, Mrs. Domcsticd, Ad teal the li'.ly bocd can recure it with n little liberality, Let Cassimeres, (Jooda worth $ 1, $o and SO each. Geo. II. Will Koyston; black ailk and embroidered Cashmeres, Flannels, Don't Look Like a Wreck, it not be said of us tint no are blind to velvet dress, Mr. and Mrs J. I. McKinncy; Shawls, & Co. Uruce Ottomans, Jenus, 'VlienamanWolD?down bill exeryboay it our own interest. Cloaks, silver butter knife, Mist Lufa Mckinney; ready tojiT bijja ki'.k." Y'ee, that li o. It U ADVEUrisKJiiyrTS brought home Mr. J Henrietta Clo' Linsevs, The Louisville Time will have to marbletsed clock, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mil, but natural. Why, many a wan and woman, ,n, DoImau3, M. ElmoreV iliare and Peter Hnmton'a cow Batiste, Tickings, for thi: "Somo time during the SumWalt.n, elegant pair of aboen, Mack HuffettuR euiploymtnt, would have got it If their Circulars, all in one day. You cin see the moral linlr hadn't lecn to thin and gray. One bottle of Prints, mer old mau Wslton of the Interior man. it. .u Satines, .r; without our Migge-atlnNewmarkets, I'arlftr't Httr IIaImui li tbu the lest InTcttuunt. m Journal, piloted fifteen young beauties of Ginghams, LAND. STOCK ANU CROP. It a'or filling balr, promotes new growth and mi ouiungs, Underwear, Wk hnvo now open tho Dnt atock of S.anford to Old Po'mt Comfort hnd return, eolor. Clean, highly perfnmtl, not a dye. Children's Cloaks, bought in A great ImproTeiaeot o:r any similar preparation Blankets, Crit and Mack Eubank and Newmark- and they hnvo juet shown their appreciaJerseys, 'Ladica' Dolman?, Circulars Bed Comforts, 3C calves at 310. Beiges, and sold at the low price of SOe. of bis gallantry and careful attention Pulaski et ever exhibited in this tcction of Kention Zephyrs, Table Linens, A threj quarter AlJetney milch cow Dress Trimmings, tucky. Elmiston AOwaley. by presenting him with a leather covered CL'ltK l'OK lIt,KS. T Yarns for sale. Apply to A. A. Warren. Balmorals, Jtaktt FJannels, Pile ar fwrsniMitly piwdcJ by mh of w rljht Silk Velvets, The nowH oomta from Springfield, Mo., revolving office chair. ITe will propose to miles ForSale. IS jcm of corn 2J Curtain Lace, InlUa lrk, lln nnd lower rrt of tb abdomen, Opera Flannels, that Mn. F. J. Curran haB presented hor take thorn ou another trip next summer Weet of Stanford. W. If. Uartleson. Velvoleen?, PHixlag th ltlet to tttppMelrtliaieoRKi affection and try to gather in a nice desk, Walton Collars, licgo lord with a bouncing boy and that At IIibm, Plaid Flannels; ol tl kMneyn or ellilwrliit orfn. Stock hogs are icarco in Fayette counHandkerchiefs, is a good one n is his Journal. Veiliugs, luiligLliun ai prnt, a flatulenc.. mother and Mbo aro doing well. Hamburgs, ty, and are selling at from Si 50 to $6 par )iui :omif th" atomaili, etc. Ampuiiu', nue Ribbons, uiitaklttiM 'f Lace? uwt. RELIGIOUS. Beaded Lace, is "Kentucky day" at tho Cina very dlsagrwabl Itching, lurtplrmtlon, prcdm-mRuchiag, Took Iltibblf, of thin county, bought wy common attendant. U cinnati Exposition and tho K. C. will roll xVapkins, Fringes, Dr. J. W. Cjx will preach at tha Junc of different parlies, 11 mul colta l ?45 aftir gettin; warm, Crape, mid Itclilug l'iles ) Uld at ouce t the Ulili.l, !w .liiirf tickets to Cincinnati, good until Towels, tion uckoo'l houw Snndny afternoon ut S average. Corsets, nf lr. DoiiXo'a l'lh Kenedy, hlch a U ai'i'ik-KiluHoslory, , at $2.50 for tho round trip from hero. P. 31. Jake Hosteller, of F.iyalte county, sold dlieetlj Mpoii tUn pailf affoctvd, aUoll'ajJ tlie Gossameres, Hoopskirts, The tneeling at the Presbyterian IQdl9ltg09t Tuhikm, alia) in the (ihciim ilcLtu nr.d nflcclls n All kinds of Xotions. All flannels, ladies' clotha and woolen church continues with no additions aincn 100 head of funoy cattle to Xaw York tuit- lHrmaneiit nil-- .j 1'ilro 6U centi. Addreti th l'r. ion, nt $0,25 per cwt. jjoods of every description carried from last our Inst report. Hanl.u MritciuCo., riiUJ,Ohlo. Sold by Mcl'.ob-ert- a At a sale In Woodford, 15 yearling ytujrj:. Bcnron will be marked down nt very low new Itiptiet church at Greene-burTho mules brought S75 eiob, work mules S18C They are just oa good and desira.prices. Ikn's, Boys', a commodious brick structure, was Cn.'LnnBNh'. Co per head and old oorn SEW ADVEtlTISEMKMS. ble nfl fresh goods, but we. want to inako dedicated lust Sunday. Itav. W. II. Felrx, to $103, lamb3 52 y ... juyuen. $2 25 per barrel. -room. J. v. of Covington, preached the dedicatory eer- Mr. Jesse Martin, of Woodford counmon, From tho following Colebrated Manufacturers: HOTEL! Josh Dye, who baa Icon in jail two ty, sold to Mr. Ed. Smizer, of York, Pa.. COMMERCIAL Tho LouUville Southern Methodist Lilly, Brackett & Co., Alter, Forward & Co., months or more for forgery, deposited ?2C0 ,fe ffc mules at $145 par 10 head of R. L 180 ministers, 'i pension ho drew thla week with tho Conference Is oomposcd of Reed & Weaver, Chas. Ileieer. of the head, and 10 hewd at $100. T have rented tb .ibovo (tjutrally located Hotel, nmmberf, nnd 1ms 286 Sunday of tho jury fund and went hia way 32.400 trustee John Wilder has sold his crop of Also- and wilt in every efl rt lo gi rntlra satisfaction .4 i 14 326 roininln?. Tharo are jftaju who think that schools vItti 1,791 tiiehH tad nt $00 per acre Ki the pitch Uforo tothepoblio. :iwt,nao) roomi; oseallot Wl'! Furnishing Goodi, Hats, Trunks, Carp 'o'Olftib, VM&V Pffi&Miiv and that foholir. During the ywr her Wr 2,25ft rutting. 1 1 thonM the crop will rak cheap rate. Olrt a call. .Tn.b Aam not r' j baptUoti. 2,000 led., per acre. Wwtfiwter JDjmocrat, J. H, '.XSHK, rapor. Stmplei by mail when deeirtd. to him ! a wlid!- ilH paj meet T. Har- BRIGHT -- yea-terda- y T rock-botto- iJ BERSDF FL MEAL. -- ., WAGONS BUGGIES AND CAlfiRIAGISS, And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. IKEosi m e. d ware smd'Queens- ware in tho country, Patronage. Complete Xine Hard- m Wo Guarantee Prices as Low as any House al And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your Jen-ning- Yc-terd- BRIGHT & CURRAN. yea-terd- ' ooik-atove- big-tim- lit FAlili UE3W GOOD eiUXSllWrl'TTS&T if' e. tea-se- lre, ! UIIdLEil d Largest Van-deve- just ter that ox-ac- XR,Tf GOODe? Jo 1 ' re-tt- To-da- y i g, CJXJo,X'3E3:zisrcs5k.rT23 .... BOOTS 23COK3i 'si.. derr 1 a.- Vftli, IIZIXD MIZTCALrC. Ono of tho most extraordinary in stancos of victory over ndvorso circumstances is found in tho career of John StanHrd, Ky., - Septeiubor 2G, 1884 Metcalfe, of Kuarosborough, England, r. engineer and tho uKimnuTioy ojr a ui as. Ho was totally deprived of whou only C years old. Mr. Dutton Cook tells nn nmusing sight by sniall-po- x repre- As a rulo tho loss of sight shatters tho story of a man who hissed tho whole framowork of mind and body, sentations of Weber's "DerFreisclmetz" in Paris. Ho was a grocer's shopman, and tho child grows up selfish and and ho was promptly ejected by somo inoody, becoming day by day moro medical students, one of whom afterresorved and discontented. Tho very roverso of this was tho case ward discovered tho grocer's man in n hospital. Tho man who hissed Weber of littlo John Mctcalfo ; no boy over endied, and his body was given out for tered tho sports of boyhood with keener dissection. Hector Berlioz, fifteen years relish than ho ; ho is a proficient climber ; ho know how to rido Inter, rovired iho opera, and, in order to and birds'-ueste- r to havo and manage n horse, nnd onjoy a good irodiico greater effect, proved scene. gallop ; ho knew how to swim, aud on u real skeleton in tho "Wolf By chance ho met tho student who had ono occasion saved tho lives of threo of turned out tho grocer's shopman for hiss- his companions, and on another tho life After that un- of a man, after whom ho dived to tho ing "Der.Freischuetz." hod been dissected his bottom of tho river Nidd four timos. fortunate man Xor was he less apt at indoor tlinn skeleton was preserved. "He's all right," said tho student. outdoor amusements, no could ploy tho violin with considerable skill, nud " Ho fills a caso in my consulting-room- , amuse himself in such a variety of ways lmug on wires and beautifully put that tinio never hung heavily upou his Thoro's not n bono missing not oven ono of his phalanges. Only hands, As ho grew up ho dovoted him self to useful pursuits, made a httlo tho skull is a littlo damaged." wantyoutolendhimtome. There money, nud was rich enough to buy a is a part ho con play to perfection at the horso of his own, on which ho constantly followed tho hounds, nnd was opera." as bold and daring a rider ns any. don't understand." "I Amoug tho feats that proved his cour"You will shortly." " Un secret dc comedief Well, I'll age and sagacity was n walk from London to Harrowgate, a distance of 200 send you tho skeleton." In a box, corded and locked, tho poor miles, on an unknown road; and, what shopman's bones reached tho opera-hous- e. is moro extraordinary, and would bo incredible but for tho good authority on " You seo this young man ?" said Ber- which tho story is told, ho accomplished lioz to tho property-maste- r. "Ho is tho distance in tho same timo it about to inako his first appearance upon took Col. Liddell to perform tho tho stage. His costumo will bo very journey by coach. It should be mensimple You will provide him with an tioned that tho roads were then in a teriron rod, to bo secured to his back, so rible state of dilapidation, rendering that ho may bear himself as stiflly as M. coach traveling not only very slow, but Pepita when ho is about to pirouette. very hazardous. During this journey, with Ids mind Afterward you will placo a torch in his na! woll-knowroad-makohorse-chestn- soiiE jti:x.utK.tnrti: t.k;k.. Boston is said to own the two first trees brought to this country. They aro repulod to be KM ut ntovEssto.uii 3i.SC SI. HPHDBTT. the "I danger by steps that are fastened between tho limbs. It is estimated that that this treo contains alout seventeen cords of wood. It still yields about throe bushels of chohtuuts annually. Tho oldest yew treo in England, which is Bituated in Cowhurst churchyard, was mentioned by Aubry, in the reign oi Charles L, as then measuring ten yards in circumferonco at a height of five feet from tho ground. It is said, on tho authority of Do Candolle, to bo 1,430 years old. Its present growth U obout thirty-thre- o feet. In 1820 this old tree was hollowed out, and a cannon bull was found in tho ceuter. In 1823 n severe storm deprived it of its upright branches. A door has been made to tho inside oi tho tree, where seats aro to bo had foi twelve persons comfortably. years old. MT. VEUNON, KY. lJMyr A ring does not always denoto n year, ALEX. ANDERSON. sox, c. n: for tho bluo gum treo of Australia ulieds Mltchfllsturg, Ky ATTOUNEY A.T IjJVW, its bark twice a year. A treo recently DANVILLE, KY., howu, that was known to bo only IS Will practice In tho Court of Boyla on J adjoining and In tho Court of Appeals. counties College. years old, showed thirty-si- x distinct of growth. rings j. h. STAKFOUD. KY. A.ttornoy Wt Junv-- . Old oaks and yews in England aro not And Muter Commissioner Kockcaatle Circuit Coun MT. VERNON', KY. uncommon. Several onks felled in Will rractloo In tho IWki ntu Courtf. CollecWith a Full Corps of Teachers, (UdJ Sherwood forest, about a quaiter of n tions n specialty. Omce lu century ago, exposed, on being sawn up, Thli Initltutlon will open Iti Fifteenth Beulon TjEB V. HUFFMAN. on the lit Monday In September neat. tho date 1212 and the mark or cipher ol DKN STANFORD, KY. King John ; and it has been calculated Oflce South IJ Main titrett, two doors abort ALL THE BUANCUE8 OF A ths Myers that theso trees must havo been several Pure Nitrous Hotel; Oai administered when Oxtdi centuries old at tho timo tho marks were TH0R0U6KENGLISHC0UB3E niadc. DB. W. B. PENNY, Are taught, as well as Berks, Pa., claims tho largest chestTontlnt. 8TANF0KD, KENTUCKY. MUBIO. T1IE IiANaUAQEa, DBAW-INIirLLU nut treo in the country. It measures AND PAINTINO. store. Omce hour Office orer Robt. 9. thirty-eigfeet four inches in circum- from 8 to 12 x. M.anl 1LytU'a u. Anesthetics ad to 5 P. Il51-ly- r. ference; tho lowest limlw ore fifteen tnlnlstered when necessary. feet from tho ground, nud measure fourP 7 C tend 6 ceut tor postage and receive fM mifcU trw. a costly box of goods, which In Tuition, prlris range from its, to (60 In to teen feet in cireumfeionco at tho base. i'rluarr, wlllhelpall, orelthrreox. tn more money rlf ht reiular Departments, and Collegiate, Intrrmedlale ISO; l'iratojy, S0, W0. Tho top of the tree is reached without anar than anything else In thli world. Fortune! ad- 370-J- m ATrpUNBVS AT LiVW BUUDH'I'T & DIIOWN, ' Wool Carding & Spinning W. B18WK. U'a ti t linntnj mt. milt far rvtr.llntf and Fntlinlnif and doing gool work. Wool can be tent ly express toua sodrnturtiedatine way, pick grease secure ly in numiics. canting while rom, a cis , unci and mlxrtl, 10 els., per pound when grease li furnished, 2 rents aided when we furnish It. Bud on your wool and litre us a trial. i I ra w -- vK-- a .'a mu uatsox 'TCOIJISVILCF & NASHVILIER.R.;' nan, Court-hous- Stanford Female Through Trunk Line e. HCROJ20N TIST, Without Change and with Speed Unrivalei SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE Q fROU LOUiMLLBTOTIIB ht TERMS KOBEKATE, SOUTH & WEST nae to euphlt. I.lltle Itoi k, .Montg 'tnsry, Atlanta. KarannaL. ' .. . ' wi.'.ni.,., tiiicut, aau. mw urirsnt. 1 t.t . ' . aw.I. MC r.w.n..a al.liiS.kl V ailfA Anal. fli w,lrr. ...-v- . . dreM TaL'K A Co.. Augusta, Maine. At once FAIRM FOR MAXX! le For full particulars, as to Board, Acaddrws MItN. N, C. TKt'KIIKAllT, I'rliioljinl, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky, BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In Palace Cars Without t'liscts I rfler for vt nrlvatclv hit farm, near the a Conor's Milt pUe.l mil west or Ml. Sitfiu I'Mt -- tlic, l.ltKtdn ruatity, rontalnlniC 07H AcroM. Theri'Ua lars barn ou the place This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and and the other ImproTetueuta are lair. It la well watered and fencwl. I litre 5 acres In tobarro and tramps not to trespass on our lands without perI will tell either with the mission, as til such sets are llableto he procecutcd IS acres in corn that farm or rwl, ai the purchaser deilrai. Tenut lib- to the full exteatof the law Signed. HUnlord, Ky March 17th, 18)1, f'.V.V. 17. II. eral. Call on or addrest Out A W. M. McCormacV, Mt. tfalem, Ky. D. McKlltrlck. lil'iw ' . larpenicr, It T. Hush, a, I . POSTED ! Utl Hulihle, F D. llhodes, C. Bishop, SHOHTLINETCTHE EAST rnsa Loatsrille la Palace Cars without cbanrt, homes on tht EMIGRANTS tilkl0Kthis road will receive special low rates, 8e Ac3li ol this Ompsny for rates, routes Ac. or write C. P. HHORt, G. P. & T, A. '" Loullllo. K. lErauEXTJ Ky., Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis, rym. ,., c imw. . ina , ueai?rs i.i 3i.mui.aj Haines', J. A C FlKher, Vow A Som', Btldwin A Co.'s Cottage, Upright and cquire Piano Fortes; alro the Estey, honlnger and Hamilton Organs. Instruments tuld at prices and terms to suit purchasers. IHn't gtve your orders till you get our Danville, Ky. prices and terms. Louisville, IVil-oCU- e, 1. H. Baldwin & Co., J. Illgglns Kelly, B. U. A J. F.Oover. (I, L. Carter T. J. Hill, C. Vanoy, A. Harris P. W. Carter, Rd. Carter. It. CoUb, lieu, OPERA HOUSE"; HTAhFOUD. KY. W I' McCornucr, M. It. I.vtle, J . W. W'ratherford, W. P. WALTON, . . Propriotor. BtieofSltite.iaiM. Klsht romuUtesels ery Sftln eaptclty. Including jalle'ri Svt. llsaaonable rates to good attractions. Addttit . T J Foster. T. M. White, II, E. Marrtim, M T. ltifsoll, A. D. Nealsnd, b. W nirens. ly) A. C Newltad. J. 8. Murphy, J. M. Hill. J. II. McAllstrr, J. D. Jones, J. CJ. Montgomery Mrs. J J. Moltrly, W. II A moo H.J. Dant. St'ECIl'IC, vita, nurton, u abort. ' "HOIVOX KOUTJK.'r Louisville, New Albany & Chicago THE ZOIID KIL3WUX cot'fj.v. That eccentric old Ier, the Earl oi undisturbed by objects which distract or Eilmory, who died the other day in his right hand," engage tho thoughts of seeing men, Met- 93d year, cause! a coffin to bo prepared " I understand, sir." for himself some years ago, and this he " You will mako a hole in tho grocer's calfe considered tho state of tho roads, placed in a mausoleum which ho had E. H. BURNSIDE, skull. Don't bo afraid ; nothing will revolving in lib mind whother some- erected in his grounds. The inscription thing might not bo done to improve como out; it is as empty now as ever it Woll - Known them. Each fresh episode in the jour- - on the plato was complete, all but a This Old was. This is the skull Caspar's sword blank for tho date of his doath, nud in Hotol Still Maintainc difficulty such ns tho will pierce in tho incantation scene. He noy, each now High Roputation, dee) marshy places impossible for car- tho coffin he kept the lody of a decoasetl will hold it aloft, and tho blue lire will friend, which was, of course, to bo reAND riages to pass, rivers without any fizz all around it." steep declivities moved when he himself should le ready Its Proprietor i Determined that bridges across them, understand, sir." to becomo the occupant. This reminds it Shall bo Second to no Country at every representation of "Der with ruts in them sufficient to try tho ns of old Nod Dawson, a Nottingham Thns Hotel in tho State in its Fare, springs of tho strongest vehicles imFroLschuetz" upon the stage at tho Appointments, or Attenpressed tho thought more and moro character, whose coffin served him as a tion to Comfort of Gand Opera, at the moment of Zamicl'a cupboard for twenty years Kforo his strongly on his mind ; nnd, although tbeir Quests. terrible cry, " Me voila 1" tho tempest I when ho returned homo tho timo had death, and who, to display the tenacity raged, tho lightning Hashed, a tree waa not yet como for the idea to bo fully de- - of his Toryism, hed it painted "true Dartraae will be coaveyedt.1 to and from tht de riven by a thunderbolt, all in strict ac-arrnmraodatlont free of chars;, perl 1 Ji. blue." On his birthday, Xed always .l..l.'...l -- l u to Commercial Travelers. The Uar will wauiiwi uv - mil.-- iHJ- ,.or,1nnn Trirl, tlin .linwitinn of tV, m. alnajs attired himself in his best suit, and ox- with the choicest War !1 braniisnrLlqaorsasiJ Clears. poser, and thcro appearod tho skeleton ' the meantime ho omoyed himself tended himself iu the coffin to seo if it of tho man who had hissed Weber's!. still fitted. Evacuating his ipmrters, , , ,. ... ... musio in that vory scene, ana waving! u iiveiuiLHMi, uuu, uiuuug iniiur iiuugs, tho coffin, filled with substantial viands, I wierdly in tho air a flaming torch. played tho violin at dances and public was tlien carried in state on tho shoulHarlcir determine tn change mv business. I ff HULKS OF VIET FUR JOUJIXALISTS. assemblies, kept a vehicle for hire, nud ders of his Iwon comjianions, Xed fol1tr .1 . ii.lv. frtlv. tklv .sr - Mill, situated en li county, h.y. jiib A journalist of twenty-fiv- o years' ex- started in business as a fish salesman, lowing as chief mouruur, with on enor- urutn vreeK, in casey19x11, haglne IOxJQ. r.iinin-- n stationary; Holler teet. Edjln; ftaw and Orlat Mill atgained many volunteer re- - mous pitcher of ale in his hand. A loperience writes to tho London Standard enlisted and and tached. The property Is to warn his brother journalists against cruits, afterward dealt in hosiery, then cal poet wrote an elegy on Ned, which MYERS HOTEL, and Trade Mart. ML'IIHAY'H (TTtjTIic (Jreat H Is ry, a iiosltlve Com of English Heniedj, cure for Weak MemoDrain Power, Nervous Railway. LINE P.U.S.NIXu STANFORD. KY. Fropr its O.V,1 "I ' 1 . 'lwi -4 - lm' Saw Mill For Sale! Weakness, mlnal kxhsuitlou, Inpoteni y. anl (leneral Loss of Power o! the tieneratlve Organs, n.l all i1iimi that follow a. a mm AND SOLID TIUINji BefcfelaWng. queii ol youtlif.il liuprulenc oi the urou I tuainri4 vears. tucb T r.U Mrk. as I MTiriul Ijiultuae. fain in me LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO Ucli, iMiuns of Matub, Age and nuoy otter disHrKonKoiKr-PsMtniceases that letd to lnsaaltr er I ers (row Kaox-v- l In all rtiosol Keusle it IlraiuUofL. A .V ll. K. arrtu ! tht In time to take the eirniog train f tawUsil.rlllt Weaknmatlie .iiHc- - aili ,lko a "Mm lto'jtv" and co thri Kh to cbsrin, restoring los or ft lint vigor, glvlug to the eyo a brilliant I (Ircoiicnstlc, ( rnufonlsvlllp, Lnfarot' and sparkling Utuly, to theil.eek and Clilcuco nltliuut cliniiKt'. the nay bloooui of health. AfltfTaklng. ""Murray's pIJe ii s,ill,y all Druggists at TIME TABLIi 1 per acku;e, rr six parkavet IS. Also by BTAilUNi Dilly. mall, wtifl free.on receipt of prlcn Daily. Of'l'ull particulars la pamphlet, which will be Lve. Lolsvlll(i.,.. T 4 mailed free to erery applicant. AdJrrat all p mi S s a ra Arr. r)rrera.l. . .... HI a ui to the ! inauufacturr. Ciawfordsvlllt. 2 Ct a m JIVItHA V JlEIHVtsr. CO., " Lafayette- 3 II a iu s 1 J p m Kansti City, Mo. " Chlraeo fold tn Stanford 1y Penny A McAllster and all 'Mam Druggists erervwhere The nunldlritt route, with only toe ikauctot Aanii a Pkiks A C . ho.'esale Atrnti. o ail tlaU In cars. ,(ln.4a. tow. ftXKlyrJ Loulsrtlle, Ky. hebrsj.a, Ar lor lurllirr lufwriuaUoa. addrou MUltltAY KfcLLEH. U. P A . Fulliiiuu Falncc Cars! . Preios-tureO- IRf t 1 fr 1 :ll)a Islpa iHpa V wi.n. . Ujlsvllle. Kr fiH, '" -- ti C'oun-tersha- Kentucky's Ifoutc East LU "iJIuo-Oraai- H well-know- n ItoII(c.,, tho Standard's advico of "two meals a hi horses, aud finally became a carrier day." Ho says: "I never could work lwtween Kuarosborough ana York, startfor two hours after dinner, and therefore ing tho first stage wagon on that road. got into tho habit of dining when my ECOX03IICAL. work was done sometimes at 8, someEconomy rules in Berlin. Tho houses times at 12 p. m. Some fifteen years tigo this brought on n cltronio liability aro not carpeted, and tho furniture plain, to terrible attacks of neuralgic headache. A family soems seldom to havo moro The doctors told mo never to fast for than two servants. In somo houses of noro than four or five hours. I followed wealthy merchants, I havo seen tho furnished with beds in curtained thoir advice, and though utterly shat- -room alcoves, so contracted is tho accommotered in health, and often terribly overworked, I have never since suffered from dation. And in nearly all, somo of tho s am turned into bedrooms, headache as I used to when younger, ril longer, and living on two meals a day. as tho first thing with .a German is to licu of uro always tempted have n placo in which to chat with his fofovereat, for reasons which any doctor friends, and after that, where to lay las or physiologist can explain. And dinner head. Economy extends even to tho ono heavy meal later in the day is a table, and plain living is tho rule. serious mistako; dessert holps to render Money seems to be spout readily on enit fatal. ' Even- - man at 40 is a fool or a tertainments in musio and art, aud for physician.' Let me ad viso my younger social enjoyment; but not much on mere brethrou to eat at least threo timos a luxury and display. This last idea is day; to innko a good breakfast, a moder- certaiuly a sensible one. ate luncheon, and a diuner not heavier Under certain circumstances a lamp- tlinn fliir lirnnlrfnsr. nt lnnvt lirro lmiir wiU J before bedtime, if possible; to drink as 11,0r P back on a fel low. But u It'll "- - ftiiwuiu iiul in. live IIK'U ui MICJI little alcohol as possible, and on no account to touch it till thoir work is done; n erious biibject. JIackcnmck Ucpub-uuanever to smoke on an empty stomach, and uever to eat so much at ono timo Mn. W. A. Lawrence gave Bomo inus to feel sleepy or stupid afterward. I teresting statistics about in beliovo that, with tho.o simplo rules ob- a speech delivered beforo tho served, they may keep as much health Association of Central New York. as is compatible with unnatural hours Ho directed attention to tho remarkable and a most oxcitiug life. I never knew increase of tho hop industry in tho ii journalist indulge ut all freely iu alco- United States : hol who did not break down leforo ho Bale: Total hare Rrowu In tho United States In leached my age. I bolievo that mucli 13JV C.133 good would bo done if fldi, peas, beans ; I? u,.OSS ........ "A..". una cauimowers wore made to sunnlaut Total boni orovrn la tha United States In lb73 estlmatod) 110,000 ii part of our meat diet, especially in Another fact is tho considerable adyouth; but on this point I speak from vance in tho prices paid for hojra, as theory, not experience." shown in tho following tablo : diningsitting-roombrain-work " ! contained this couplet Timber plenty and acceaslble. I would I willing toexchan fur ijood farm stock, suth as Mules, Horses, Cattle, Ac. Persons wishing to rngsca In the lumber busiThe horrors of tho average Russian ness will flnJ a Kod oinlnir by applylnit to MIVGII UMAX, prison aro indicated by a single lino in a !M-t- f Huttonrllle, Ky. : Tho blue-line- d coffin hold his dutt now dead Id which tho IMng Vinson kept hU bread. In Good ICiuinliiR Order. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Tht only line running 8horte&tand Quickest Route from Oen tral K.entn?Ky to all Point! North, East, West and Southwest. Fait Line Ilctveen recent cable dispatclt That statos that in tho LotofTsky prison, ono of tho chief MOX "KoTTT No. i! KoTTT Wall Hally establishments of tho sort, to which IiOiilHTllIc,CluolniiHtl and I'ally Ex. bun. Ex. Mun. Ity., thoso only aro committed who nre senLrt. (xirlniton a 10 pn a 3fl a m THE DKUGOIST. 00 " Falmouth .... 9 73 um ))lllO 2 17 prn tenced to one j'ear's confinement, tho 3 pia ' Prnlhl.n. in ,.. :. II Ma al 4 41 pn, WASHINGTON CITY, Arr. Paris annual death rate is 25 por cent. Tho HUSTONVIIXE, - - KY., Iiu so u m II 2) a u. 5 IS pta Connecting in same depot with fast trains tor Ixlngton Ill u ii m 1121 pit brutality, filth, and 00 ptr that I.T. P.rl. iu 41 p m 11 JJ a m 5 zs pm suffice to kill within a year Arr. Wikchrater! lit n iu, 12 IU p di 6 copra Llrcljr Summer of tho convicts sent to this prison can Is Preparing for n 12 S4 P iu t i,?ch'"."- -i p IU iraae. SO p iu 7 IS p la hardly bo con tempi ited without a shudThe Sireot Route to Lynchburg, Dan Arr. Richmond...... ......., 4 St p 8 41 G.F. Peaooch a solSTteain L,vx-liiKto- PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OAKS LEXI.NUTOX V ClXCI.VXATr. iichedule In Effect tept. 1,1111. tiOCTU-UofS- ii, one-four- th ISTokt "STorlS.. ville, Norfolk, ZU 1 der. l" n. Tex. ll.WOHiintMillo, Tex ,. 1,V Cipe (llmcleiii, iKnnxvllle, Teuu.. l.l,'W S.O'XI.t.itUar.orV Ho. 13,01 w Chatham, Va :i,i:s Macou, cu ' Chattannoa U.VO.Martiiubuig, Va Clorktl!r, Teun., 7,.l niot rolmnliiKi, Gj, . Hl.llJXa.Uli:, Tenu . 4i,i.ii .tl,lMINen OrlMn, I.l .M...l) .. DiUik, T Drnltoti, 'ler 4,M0,::, liiiniml, '.i. '.1.JII , l,Mlin-.rMrt- , Sill Antonio. li M, LIS I.l sin Mario--, 'l.-l,0 S- - ,,. IIMUlilc, I. . Vj i .T" sr aaiiiitli 3l.eru.au, Tui Ii.iH.1 Mll!...k, j Au-tt- u, Tun Louisville Courier-Journcontains a report showing tho population Judicious Alterations in the Internal rangements Secure Boom Comfort of the cities of tho South as enumerated and Better Display, by tho census of 18S0, viz. : Particular attention Is called to al HIi line ofgnois, In every variety usually found Hou-iof the kind, Is in a large and complete. first-class e " Itowland Arr. Ilerea Ar- A Large and Elegant Addition to the Stock of Jewelry. And artlcleso verlu. " Willlimihum, Points. in " JellKw For tickets and lurther Information, apply to your nearest ticket oOco, or address KiTaT, j V. J. Huso, W. K. ARNOLD, "Konr Ao.ll" Noarn-llou.xm Train Dslly Adverllslni; Ait., Ticket and Pass, Ail., , a'..-- Fourth Ate,, LouUvllla. Ky Notes. Kx. bun 1.x. bun O. W. NMI'lll, II. W. KIH.I.KH, Lre. Jellleo. ..,.. S SO a ui' Usn'l ManaKer, Oen'l Pau'r " Llvlnsten... ill 41 a m Richmond. Virginia. " IVrea .12 SO p M Arr. Hlcbu.ond .. I X) P ml i ' All Virginia and North Carolina " Lon UAN.lly' Liviogston ., Ism pm. MMa 2 0s p m 3 IS p It a i pm i...... ;; 8p 4 M p m At. HKIfl i Lve. IWwIand MISSISSIPPI H. Tho Direct P.oute to If. " Lancaster " ltlchmoii.1 .. " Winchester . ,. . . .. 11 41 II IS a iu I :rt I' in 1 a Mi. . . There aro a groat many substitutes We know of a mvi in tho country who smokes hams. for tobacco. St. Louis & tho West Northwest and Southwest hy the way of hop-growin- g llop-Grow-e- In Oregon they requiro tho buyer of liquor to havo a license not tho seller. Uim LOVVi VII.LE or CI.VOINXATS. i j. Testae c rrra$3Mu.ixzFZSZSTZ2BS&azK F, Arr Paris Lvo Winchester Arr Paris Lre Paris Arr Cyntlilan " Falmouth .. " Girlngton . Lvo IaxIukIoo s 00 3SS iiS pm. J lu in 1 Oi a 7 00 a Si p m 7 SS a m 2 IS - ih ft 10 a 1 . . P w1 2 IS p w' S in n ui P nn 2 81 p M i it p m I 1 w y jj ,,, n o? p m li V p m ii aai sio t 2 AS P mill " u .Vj h i,i I 7 ) I a m Di am (' tliiu ).,,. R tr h rt n ,b 'Jf hjsi r.t jLM.jauji.ji.i, 11.11 To make a good monkey-wrencon green apples. h feed Ar i vuii failliz. try ieuV IlKtl m wna, a ijurc, c Tl, VI 1IC I 'O' Modern neeillcn tir.it came iuto use in 1511. Buck I en's Arnica Salre. Tho best Salic to the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Uloars, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tcltor, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all bkln Eruptions nnd positively cures Plies, or uo pay required. Is is guaranteed to give perfest satisfaction or money relunded. Prlca 25 cents rer box. For sale by Penny A Mc.Vllster. Very Remarkable D,icotery. Mrs. Geo. V. Willing, of JMuclitster. nidi , writes: "My wife lias leen altuott l Iom fcr five years, o belpess that she could not turn over In bednlone. 8ho used two bottles of Klectrlc Bitters aud is so much improved that sbo Is now able to Uo her own work." Elactrlc E tiers will do all that is claimed for them. Hundreds ot testimonials attest their great curative powers. Only Ufty cents a bottle at Penny A McAUster's. iw.f.?.. for i j rain, jerri'v.. nimnafii, urcr. tvnui', Luni. An fne(inlsr(l IuviC'irnnt. ('urn Hetvlaclio, Fever. Aoto. Chills, TONIC, & K direct rumiecilon at those joints with the Light-nliiKxprtiM on tbo Ohio A illstlislppl for bt I)if and all joints West. leaving Cbattsuooga lor All Tnm'nn Isnllo and Cincinnati malell 1 IQ.1DS Loil-ii.rf NoaTlt-IIOfN- 3X.1VNVIM.I: IIII.VM'II. ?ToT55" Sunday only. 7 43 8 10 8 M No. SI Dally' Dally Kx. fcun. l.x. bun. . IU UUU Huicki'r tlMti 1A TTrtfinr, I b tiati to at. Iui, helog twu hours l'arl. any other line, gtvlni; our isscngers Arr Mlllersliurg " Carlisle for meils an tint choice of scats In trains time " Johnson going Wuil. " Mayisillw.. 1 Only from Louisville or Clmln Lre Covington. a 111 i B na .771 DEBILITY WEAKNESS. y.'Yv." N'lco to talco, truo merit, uneqiulctl for j -i'a i tj 1 1 fc . a i i . ..n . ailr.u.1 tunnrc r.r.run,, .Af:"' u n..R. un rsi hi jJ.1683" THE CLJiAX CITY OF QUliJlEC. Quebec impresses tho visitor as a delightfully cleau city. Even tho poorest streets aro freo from dirt, rubbish and garbage. Every citizen has some about keeping tho city in good condition. There are no ash or garbago boxes standing on tho sidewalks, ollensivo to sight and Hindi. Each householder arranges for tho removal of everything of this kind from his own premises to tho placo of deposit uppoiuted by tho city authorities. Doubtless thero would bo many difficulties attending such an arrangement ui u imyu cuy, uiu in yuoueo tlio external result Is exceedingly pleasant. John Sarver wan hanseil nt Indiana, I'a.; for the mmder of Ida falnsr November bar-ruls I,.,. Cifi(a. 18.11 J.1 Ornf 1871 187J 1N7J 1H71 ' i 11! 1WT 43 UJ tlaf (IS 19W IS jsfssssssFmizsssnii VEZSZSESZZ jsM6YasuraiinyitWMisj-ni- i 5l.i) imt LJt., 8 for S5.0O.nt DnttjrUH. E. S. Wellb. Jersey City. N. J.. V. a A. i; iwrn ,i r. "".v' line guln.i by way f Chicago. 12Hours Quicker To Omaha and ,''" '"l lOQOn . :. ... IS n ui K iu 8 40 a iu 5 47 p m a m 00 a w 07 , !u R B U 10 an a m1 ", 1 0 pm 7 IS i. ni than hy any 8outii-Hoi"- Sunday only. 1 I 1 No, M ?0i.Si 'Dally Kx. tn 3 aun.,i;x. luy Hun o7W ''.ir,r. fl H O. 6c M. Always maVoi Lve Maysvllie " Mlllcrsburg. Arr Paris Cou-nootions " Johnson " Carlisle . IHH. HVJ ISA) I ,.... ...... i 10 IU ,...10 IB 32 IS Wl 1)J ArertRo thetennears price 2J for 22 1S7S 18T0 1S77 1878 I87D 1SSJ 0 43 17 20 13 IS 33 30 riRp.?i?mistiiB fig Df 1 Fast Timo aud Sure 'With all Lines at " Ixlnjton " Civlngton NriTIf Ta-l- Areraga prloo for the ten j cam dneyUc Buchu-Palb- a Uhulder. InllainiiiQtlon.Initatloaof nnd Illaddcr, Btonoor tlravel of tho lrostnto Olaml, Iroii3lcal oAri'lUnn, Fcmnlu I)i"casos, InniitL) rnco of Urine, all iJisenst-- of tho Onrana In cither tux. For Un hfaltliy or Unnntttnil Inscbanrpn uo nlj'j "Chanln' Iniectlon Hour.1' 81. For SVl'llir.IS, tlthor oontractwl or um unapin'8 Lonstitu iicrooKary mint, tlon Hitter Bvmin. SI 00 ner bottle, nnd Ch.iplira KvphUItle Pills. SiOOinndClia- pill 8 byptltlitlO hAlVA, si.ou. u HOUR'S bynip. U at Pills, 1 Halve, by Express on KM-nt-- v 4 s (Jcnlto-Urinary St. Lonis and Intermediate Points, Tho total crop this year is estimated at 120,000 to 123,000 bales, most of which is raised in Now York State. Tho protn Editor's Tribute. duction of "Eastern;" hops has dwindled Theron r. Keator, editor of tho Fort Wayne (Indown to a fow hundred bales. Tho samo diana) Gazetlt, Tfiitei: "For tho past five years istruoof Michigan hops. Most of tho have always used Dr. King's New Discovery, for coughs of the most severe character, as well at lor Wisconsin farmers aro turning their thoseofa milder type. It never falls to effect a 'o Fcrricu! XoiuiiiliuHTrnu& and Uxlngtnn to forlngton, but Is dally oxmoi fcunday south of Wlnchctterl nTlifinw?,,s,U1!' T,a Lexington and Purls, and an I Paris Falmouth Accommodation Nn. io, dally. lrP ?,M r "" v.rl,Ta 'outh 730 Coinltr" 'i Kf ui i 20 pm h aoa m 1 3D p m iu 7 21 a in 2 43 is ui fl 3 OS p in 7 41 in 3 02 pm 3U p in t. JO, , S ga ,, , 10 a j 15 P 111, 0 aua in ( 00 pm mlii nn a m m U7. .. . ... " " ruin ujiit iroin ill"1 heitnr Vilic 57 J p m l 2 Mi Icth! npmiirkiililo Curosof Cntnrrhof the .rS?;,F,.aiT?BB,o'.,S:' C0Tl- B'- ; to other crops, Sauk county, .1 for instance, has only 750 acres loft out of 2,000 formerly in hops. The first steamboat plied the Hudson 1807. My irlendt to whom I have recom-mendo- d of it in the same high teruii. Having been cured by it of every cough that I have had for Ave years, I consider It the only reliable and ture cure for Coughi, Colds, etc." Call at In TennyA McAlUter't Drug a tore and get alreo pesdy cure. It speak ConaecllAusuiade In Union Depot, tit, Louis, rlnCo3,1in8;otW,,r,le'"F,lra0U,h 3 ""' wltb trains of lines going West, Northwest und Southwoil, going West to any point, call on or II you are wiltu to the uuderslguod. ?s- - P"y -" 4 For lull and reliable information in regard to Land, Ac, Id the Western States, ilap. Guides and lowoit special rates lor Tickets and Mouaohold Winder (JooJs to all points West call on or address .CnuCfnCg?odn:ij0aJ' V . O. II. ALSOP, . . . Throuah tlrV.i. .n.i i.- Pasipr-o- r Ag't Ohio A Mlulsslppl Railway, destination r;.ci;ib7w.llro7d CU'"N l0 llarrodsburg, i.y " 'ii.,?fia .- & . "r W. W. PEABODY. I E. H. Trial Bottle. LargetUsJl. Wma. Jcrany City. N? J.. V. 3, Prea't wd Uen'IMan'gr, Uen'l Pass. Agt, tS's?. l'AHIB, Central Taasctger Agent, Cimlnnati, Oblo. W. B. HIIATTUO, Jenerai Manager, .. IVi Agt