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5ti-MftkIjReriur3flHriraI BTJi-XTTPOlRH. KY. Taewky JlonilBff, Jom19,1883 how ai:y. joiis moroax ir.is VAVUliT AMI Kl 1.1. fit, Alrotit llio tiiiiu tlio lirignilo wajt con cculrntcd and m notos woro U'ing com pared with a riow to determine on aonio jilan of opuratioBs ngiBt Morgan, n woman from Grceavlllo, tlrinpHig with rain, and on horseback, wm comliietcil to tho ot, apart, wlicro tho Ucnernl ami liis officers were consulting. Her tiatiio was Uncou. Hlio was an alleged widow, formerly of Ohio. In renlily alio was an adventuress, an ox-vnricty act ress, anxious to canoo a iieniniion, got herself talked alwut ninong tho officers of tlio aruiios, and mentioned in tho ro ports and novspnpera. This woman cor rectly told Qillem tlio situation at Grocu Tillo. Morgan was sleeiting nt tho mansion of Mrs. Willimiii in tlio eilgo of tho town, and directly on tho Hull's Gap road. "Dick" Morgnn'ri regiment was in camp in a rlclil n short distalico weal of tho town, and Unit side alono was pickctel. Duko with tho main forco, lay nearly n milo cast of whero Morgan had retired for tlio night. This infor mation gained, Qillem at onco ordered Ingcrton to proceed to Grcenvillo with his regiment and Novell's battalion. Capt. Roberts, of tho Tenth Michigan, and Copt. Wilcox, of tho Thirteenth Tennessee, werq Dent in adranco with their companies, tho main reconnoitcr- ing forco taking a moio leisurely pace and making a detour to tho left, so as to get round Dick Morgan's pickets and tako his regiment, in the rear. Wilcox, who commanded tho advance, when within three-fourths of a milo of tho vil lage, got a gliuipso of tho Confederate reserve picket in tho road. Ho pro posed to Roberts tomnko a dash through into tho town, with n view of surround ing the houso whore Morgan was in bed, capturing him and his staff and trust to luck to get out. Roberta was ready for any cnterpriso and closed eagerly with his superior's daring proposition. "Forward I Trot! Gallop I Chargol" rang out on tho air and on tho cars of tho startled, astonished Confederate Ben tries. They wero literally ridden over by the dashing Federals, and beforo Dick Morgan's subordinate, whom ho had loft in command, got a man in tlio saddlo tho Williams houso was sur rounded by Wilcox's men. Thoy shot or captured tho two or threo guards, picked up all tho horses and an officer or two in less time than it requires to tell tho story. Morgan was wakened by tho shooting and tramping. He got on his breeches, boots and hat, and in his shirt-sleeves, revolver in hand, ran down tho long sloping grounds on the oast front of tho house. In the northwest comer was a gropo arbor. As Morgan stooped to pass under tins, in order to. reach tho fence, ho was discovered byAndy'Camp bell, private in Company G, Thirteenth Tennessee cavalry, who fired on him. Tho bullet took effect in Gen. Morgan's right side, and Tanging upward, on ac count of his stooping position, passed on near tho heart. Ho fell and died in stantly. Meantime tho rest of tho officers in and about tho house, a few orderlies and a squad from Dick Morgan's command, were captured and rushed off to tho east ern part ol tho town. Campbell dismount ed from his horse, took a look at tho man ho killed, recognized him lio was a do- serterrom Morgan's first command raised tho body, throw it over his sad dlo bow, remounted and rodn away with his companions. Thoy went pell-mell through tlio town, filed to the right, passed out to tho north, boro to tho right round tho high hill whero tho re mains of Androw Johnson are buried, and, though pretty hotly pursued by a portion of Duke's men, thoy reaohod tho Bull's Gap road near tho point whero they had charged tho robol picket a half hour before, Philadelphia 'limes. Be in earnest. Thero is no timo for folly. Tlio acts of tho present will have an effect upon tho futuro years of life. Wo aro now in life's great training school. American Wctleyan, ITALIC. TJuproeticod writers aro vory apt to fall into tho school girl's hubit of using italics with indiscriminate prodigality. Yet wo do not accept tlio total-abuthieuce principles of tho purists, who hate tho visiblo mark of emphasis as tho. siuoll boy hates tub-night. Ono says that," tht use of italics is an insult to tho reader's understanding." If not used with mod eration or good judgment, thoy certain ly con bo insulting and exasperating, but 4 there Li no sense fat rigid prohihi. lion. A writer quotes from How ells' itery to show that in many cases no skill of ooustnMion could produce tho effect which tho author obtains by a few italics. Pages of description and analysis would not have givon us such a clear idea of Mrs. Maynardas wo get from tho under coring of her conversation. How keen ly wo realise the fretful, frivolous and unreasonable woman when she says to Grace, "as if during hor sickness Bella must have been wholly neglected. ' Don't let tho child bo all dirt when her father comes ' " But without tho italics how flat tho exclamation would seem. Tho truth is, italics, liko old Medford rum, calomel and dynamite and other stroug urticles, aro very good things in tHiir way, but you don't want too many of them, and you must "handle with care. "Jitchanye. f' A wuiN Is a very hungry thing indeed, Hd ho who possesses it must constantly UtuA it by rimling and thinking, or it wiM shrivel up ec Ui altje., ifaur ovk popvlahox Tinniv mars tiKsrr. Tlio official flguron of foreign immi gration into tho United Htatos for tho fear 1891 presont some facU, and fore ihadow tho probability of others, that iro really startling. Tho total number at immigrants that camo into tho Uilitcd 3tatos in tho year was 710,000, During the latter part of tho year, and especial ly in December, this tido nas nlxmt M per cent, greater than during tho cor responding periods of 1880. Tho dis turbed state of Euroj), and especially in Germany, from which alwut ono-tlnnl it our foreign immigrants como, makes it probable that tho iucrenso in 188'2oiot 1881 will Ito oven greater thnn Hint o' 1881 otcr 1880, and, consequently, that luring tho current year wo shall receive Bousiderably over 1,000,000 foreign im migrants. When wo consider that in this country tho natural increnso of population by the excess of births over deaths doubles the resident population in less than twenty Qvo vears, it will bo scon that it woulc require only about thirty years of the present influx of foreign population, to gether with their natural increase, tc amount to n number equal to tho total presout population of tho United States and Territories or about GO.OOO.OOO. II to this wo ndd tho natural iucroiuo ol tlio present population, at a rate ol doubling every twenty-fivo years (which is oven longer than it really roquir'es), it would givo a total population of not less than 100,000,000 in 1911. When wo think that it has taken 20C years for tho accumulation of tho pres cnt 60,000,000 of population in the United States, it seems at first almost incrediblo that within tho lifetime of the great majority of men now living the population will bo over three times ai great as now ; nnd yet it seems almost beyond question that this will bo tin case. Population increases with such enormous rapidity, not only in America, but in all parts of tlio globe, and espe cially wlicro it has tho fostering iuilu enco of civilization, that it is ono of the great puzzles of human lifo to know what ha thus far prevented every part of tho world from being overcrowded with human beings. In Europe, not withstanding all tho loss of lifo by wart and epidemics, nnd all tho decrease ol population by emigration, the increase is enormous. In 1830 tho whole of Ru ropo contained a little over 2CO,O0O,00C of people. Tho samo territory now contains over 300,000,000, thus showing that tlio average doubling lieriod ol European "imputation is about 100 years. Cngland doubles her population nboul eery fifty years, and Scotland in oven a shorter jieriod. Tho Continental countries all require a longer Deriod. Simin, France, Belgium and Sweden ro- pliro a longer period than tho countries tuither east, owing probably to tho fact that population is already so impacted on tho western coast of Europe that the difficulty of obtaining subsistence checks tho rapidity of tho increase Tho history of tho world shows no luch great nnd persistent movement ol population as that now in progress tc this country, except that which over tlowed from tho North upon tho Roman empire, nc r can it bo doubted that there are plenty of men now living who will witncH as momentous results in the history of mankind from the present movement of imputation to America as were experienced from similar causes in tho fifth and sixth centuries. These results, however, while quite as impor tant, will necessarily be of a totally dif ferent character. Instead of a barbarian hordo subverting an established civiliza lion as men, it is tuo movement or an already-civilized and cultivated people into tho hitherto-unpeopled regions in tho center of tho American continent, to create thero, within the noxt half-century, cities and improvements, population and industry equal to that in tho center of Europe. ClUcago Tribune. Homo amateur writers in London wroto a set of poems upon a given sub ject: "Mrs. Brown Among tho thetes." Tho following verses won tho pnzo : Iay to Mm. 'Arrla, aa we .it a-'aving tea, "I wonder what In 'even' mmo theso'ere Latttiitca bo I" "Lorllc. ycr'arL'.ho .aya tome, "Iieca - 'em ev ry day, Where I goes out a-charing, only Jeat acroia lUa way." And then tho taya a 'ow eho'iX tako mo thero that Mimed night Bo, whou vu'J took a drop of somothlak 'ot to put u light, We itartcd on our wiait, and waa limbered in iualjlo. And saw a lanky fellow with a Lawful gaahley mile, Who taia, "Aro yon conaummlt? do you borer yum and cling V" "I'm quilt) rmpcttable," I iay, "and don't do no auh thing.'' Turn camo a woman hi a drew I'd boon atbaiuod to wear, Who look aa if bho'd Jut got hup and never dono'ir'air, And eight and rolls 'a Lcyua about; I really felt dutriMed, I aay, "lleicuw me, ML, la somethlak 'eavy ouycrcutttV" "O riilllngdlnel" alio aaya to ma and give ma quite a atari, "You do not huudcratand the true develop- mint 'of Hart) Your aoul la not attoouod to Hart's too too hea- tatli Ilia Hut 'cro I taya to lira. IL, "Pro 'ad enough of tbl I If thuo no what you call bJCithetea," I gays, " tkey alu't my form 1 Too too," I aayat "'ere, coma and 'avo twe two'n of aouKthluk warm I " Souk think that self-examination con sists hi dwelling on tho question, "Aia I u Christian 1 " That question ought to be decided once for all. To keep it opea is to tritlu with God's promises. Catarrh la the seed of consumption, and units taken in time is a vtrr dangtroua diaeare. Hall's Catarrh Cure never fall to cure. Price 75c Bold by Penny & Mc A Hater. A CIJT WITHOUT M0K.1M. I need not think it necessary to say, except for tho matter of figures, that Venice is built on sovcnty-lno small islands, in ir.) from an aero upward, formerly soft, muddy deiiosits through which tho rising tido languidly flowed ; that it had its origin in tho fear of Attila and his Northorn barbarians, which drove thousands from tho mainland to tako shelter iu this desolate swamp; that I ho city transacts its moro important commerce almost entirely on tho water, having no wheeled vehicles whatever, and no streets for horses, and no horses, except threo that nro Lept in tho mnso- lira for tho children U see as a curiosi ty ; that thosoventy-two original islands aro now intersected by 1 47 canals, which aro crossed by 800 bridges reached by steps on cither side ; that tho "streets," to called, which cross these bridges and are traversed by foot passengers, aro only four to eight feet wido, squirming everywhere between tho houses, nnd in three or four places, whero thero is con stant nnd much pawing; narrowing to n foot and a half, actually excluding stout persons from tho uso of tho thorough fare. Tho gondolas aro used for tho travel of tho fow that is, of those who havo somo money to spend for luxuries tho nar row streets aro used by tho many. Most of tho troflio is carried on in tho streets. There aro no hand-carts, no dog-carts, no wheelbarrows, nothing on wheels. Everything is carried on tlio head or shoulders or in the hand. I saw a man bearing a quaiter of lamb on his naked head for our breakfast vory likely. Fresh water is reeeled from two sources a littla from twenty-six arte sian welu, but I ho most from tho coun try, from which it iu brought and Lept m tanks. It is freo to tlio public ouly from U to 10 and -1 to C each day, oud sold tho rest of tho timo, and letweeii these hourHyouug women may be seen hurrjin;' to cud from tlicso reservoirs, with metnllio yokes across their should ers threo feet long, nnd two gallon cop per buckets borno thereon, iu which tho water is carried. There is oulyononewspaiierinVcnico, and ono crier ef papers -in the streets, and this vendor makes a nolso between a yelp and n bray a sad but desperate noise, as if hixtpiurlottis had been struck by lightning and ho wus about to ox piro iu mortal ugory. William A- A itEraitsiiir.K JOKE. A Burlington man wedded a young wife. Tlio lady became enthused over Will Carleton's tale of tho elopement of a handsome young woman with a "handsomer man," and determined to try tho srmo thing herself. Sho wroto a neat littlo note, stating that sho had left homo with a gentleman whom sho had dearly Ioed before sho had mut her husband, and that he noed not tronblo himself to look for them. Thon bIio called in her younger brother nnd went calling with him, arranging to return and hide whero she could witness her liego lord's dismay wheu ho camo to read of her flight. Sho from her place of concealment taw him enter, saw him look all around in sin prise at her ab sence, nnd finally Baw him discover tho note. Ho opened mid lead it, while her heart beat high "with excitement in an ticipation of tho breaking out she ex pected to hear. Tho poor fellow finished tho cruel missho, toro it up, and throw tho frag ments on the floor, and then, without a moment's wnrninrj, drew a rovolver and fired point-blank at his breast, and fell without a sign of lifo to tho carpet. With a terrified scream, tho woman was at her husband's side in a moment, lift ing his head, rolliug him, shaking him, turning him, nnd hunting for blood) all tho time shrieking to her William to speak to her, to forgivo her, to only look at her. William lay motionless, how ever, aud tho neighborhood, aroused by tho shot and screams, camo flocking iu to learn of tho excitement, wheu sud denly, when n Bcoro or moro had gath ered, tho dead leaped up from the floor as well aa ever, at which tho wife, faiuted away. Sho soou revived lion over, and then it all come out that tlio younger brother, being iu sympathy with Will iam, had lot him into tho scheme, and ho had chosen that niodu of punishing his joking wife, Sho jokes no moro, but her husband lias compromised ou a pony phmton to koop peace in tho fam ily. Uurllnylon Jlawk-Knc i.i:.irn of AimiNVK. On Monday morning (says a Paris correspondent) a clerk applied to his Miiporior for parmituiioii to bo absent forty-eight hours ou soma family affuirs, and received an ufliriuatlvo answer, However, ho did not appear during tho wholu of tho weik, aud no ono knew to what cause to attribute his absence. On tho following Monday ho reappeared ut tho regular hour. "Well Monaivur," demanded his su perior, " why havo you stayed away all tho week?" You, sir," replied tho clerk, "gave mo permission." I guvo you loavo for forty-oight hours only, and not for six daa." "riHJg your pnruon,' sir, wavered tho young man, " I huve ouly taken tho exaot timo which you granted me. Wo work hero eight hours u day, aud six tunes eight aro forty-eight. I certainly had no occasion to ask your icrmissiou for tho night, any moro than for tho hours dojiol owe to Wm'iuluunU. tratiou." This was logical ; but since that day tho chief specifies by administrative hours tho duration of tlio loavo ho grunU Nkveii wheu traveling abroad bo over- boastful in tho pralsoof your own ooun- iy. Old lolurle are seldom cauceled hr new benefit. 4 rxciiH of uTit.tsQn cox.vcr. 1JK.VCJS, A merchnnt of this city, who has taken part in tho Presidential elections of tho last forty years, has had tho singular inWerluuo to vote for tho four Presi dents who died in office Harrison, Tay lor, Lincoln and Garfiold and never havo indorsed any other successful can didate. Hearing of this slrango expe rience n reporter went to him for its cor rolwralion. He said : "I havo nlways been a Whig and Re publican, and I voted for Henry Clay, who was nealen. In 1810 I voted for Harrison, nnd ho died in office. In 1841 I voted against Polk, who was elected. In 1818 I voted for Taylor, who also died in office. That was tho first coincidence, but I never thought mth about it. In 1852 I voted against Pierco and ho got through all right. In 1800 I voted tho Fusion ticket s against Lincoln. I bo licved ut that timo that tho slavery in tho South wai n domestio institution with which tho North had no right to interfeto. I changed my mind when I saw what tho Southerners wcro doing, and in 18(1 II voted for Lincoln, who was assassinated. This happening to tho third successful candidate I had voted for rather staggered mo. In 18G3 I declined to voto at all not liocaino I was suivratitiotis, but because I did not want to supiort Grant, and I would not voto for n Democrat, In 1872 Iliad moved my residence to Now Jersoy, and waa not entitled to a voto that year. In 187G I lost my vote, too, and in 1880 I told my friends that I did not want to voto for Garfield, for if I did ho would either lie defeated or wonld lose his lifo in office. They insisted upon my doing so, however, and it looked liko such a closo thing that I was finally pursuaded and voted for Garfield. Now ho is dead, aud I never will voto for another Presi dent if I livo to Ihj 1,000 years old." "And you aro not superstitious?" " No, sir," tho merchant replied with somo asperity, " but it is a very strango scries of coincidences, and I don't want to prolong it. Now, I want you to promise mo that you will not publish my name." "I'll do it if yon will promiso never to voto for me for President," replied the reporter, nnd tho compact was settled. ATew i'ork Herald. A wi:Lii-KNowx nowspapor man took day-board at tho Sherman House, Ho w as at homo in tho place, and was n privil eged character. Oco day ho sauntered IxJuud tho oflico counter into tho regions that nro supposed to be sacred to gentle men whe wear diamonds and address Congressmen, Governors, tourists, por ters, newsboys nnd other statesmen by their first names, whou his eyo hap pened to catch sight of his own name on a slip with others over the bookkeeper's dtwk. Ho would not hivo given it a passing thought hud not tho letters " D. Ii." Iwen attached. Ho " flow off tho handle" ou tho iustaut, and de manded an interview with tho proprie tor. That august functionary was found, and to him the irate journalist addressed n fow remarks: "Do I owo you any thing?" ho nsked. " No, sir," was tho prompt reply. "' I havo paid my bills all ritrht, so far as you know, haven't I?" "Certainly. I havo no complaint to make." "Thon why do you permit your elerk to post me over his desk as a D. B.'?" "I do not: there must bo somo mistake," The journalist assured him that there was no mistake, and that he had seen tho ohjectionablo and sig nificant letters with his own eyes. Tho moro ha thought of it tho madder ho got. Tho proprietor could not pacify him un til ho promised to have the matter in vestigate! una the guilty man punished. It was found thut a night cleik had Jcr letrutcil the outrage, and that evening tho injured citizen took an early oppor tunity to take him to tiiik. " What did you mean by putting D. B.' after my namo? " inquired the nowspaiier mau. O, go away," ho replied, thinking his interlocutor was " chaffing," as was his custom; "don't bother mo." "So, I won't go away, and I demand a oivil answer to my quojtiou." Tho clerk looked up and saw an angry man iu front of him. Then his counteuauce waa sud denly bisected by a gnu and ho doubled up like a man with the colic " You took day-lioard, didn't you? " ho inquired, as soon at) ho regained his composure. 1 Yes, I did, nnd I have paid for all tho day-bo ird I havo enjoyed." "So you have, was tho soothiugrosponjo, "but just come around hero a minute, till I show you something. You soo you aro in good company, lou are an associate of several millmmires mid railroad mag nates. Thoy aro each and every ono designated tho samo way, ' D. U.' That is short for ' day-lioard.' Regular board ers aro marked ' R. B.' " Tho journal ist spent a week's salary trying to bribe his audience with liquid nourishment to keep still, but like all good things the joko leaked. Vhlcaso Times, mivkh vsuku the cuxfeiucujoi', A frieud sends us tho following circu lar, and writes : " Provisions uro high now, but'thoy might Imi worse; for ox ample, note tho iuclosed :" CorikBATS srAita or Aiouici,) SVUIaTINCK IXl-AttTMItKT, V ItlcllUOtlD, Va., Scot, 26, IMI. ) Tho following price, Iwiug the averagu of lato acbodiilm oatabliabed by Coiumlaiionera for Btatca caat of tlio MiaiUaippl river, with coat of transportation iacludod, will bechanced for tubalatcuee at ores told to cluotr under tbo aetof Veb. 17, lBCVt, and amendment, la Vlr glula, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida duorgta, Alabama, Mlaaltalppl aud Eaat Loui alaua, until further ordora i lUoou, i&0 per pound freiu beef, 70 cenla per pound flour, (10 per barrel corn meal, ItW per buibel of 0 pounda t nee, 30 cents per pound peaa, 14.(0 per buahvl of 80 pounda augar, (3per pound coffee, (0 pur pouudaoap, fl per pound t tanJloa, l'ifl -t pound vinegar, fl.50 per gallon i niolaaaea, 110 por gallon i alt, SO ecuta per pound. OolumUa (& 0.) JlejUkr, Tub man who governs his own spirit NOTICE ! CICAII mclIAUI MltiLSt i. II. IIUTCIIIWIS, Propr, ItotuitonitrlnJIng TnttilaTa and KrIJatiof rach trrtk IM-Jm AMHHIC4N Mutual Aid Society or Koni uoicy. ITpnn anltrltatlon t hat arfrplrd tha nirnry fur IJnntln amlflarranlriHinllM ftl Ihla hmmi rralt- kuffthv aiiil A.r.rllw .aII.I.'a In.llliillnn tit ftl.Jffl nflho A. M, A. ftlrtjr Win "In prof lilt financial aid to th wMowa, orphn, hrlrm I-k- 1W 111 HnPIKII 1 L UtllilWI rilll'VIBi .1W.MI1- thntiM hrallala to Ntura tNi.lrili.p H will afford ma ptauura to g.We full Information to thoae limiting It and rlrrulara allowing the olijrct el th 8ocltr, natnrt of the olBrf ra, Ar. . .. ..JIIIIUll)l a . Mi. Jtl'l mi a. a MKf HO ManforJ, Ky. L & GLOBE Xia.Hiia'niicc Company ! American Asieti, $5,212,737 81 Losies rjaid in 31 veari in U. S. exceed 931.000,000.00 Solid, Prompt and Honorable. Pays losses Tfitiioni uu iiajs' discount. 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IIALIIKMAN. rrealdcot Courier-Journal Co., UiUliTllle, Ky Democratic and for a Tariff for Revenue only. THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS POE MAN AND BEAST. rtJl tiaUn it.a,i u a.a wa wuvw. . .. MexlcHuMiitanf;ItnlmntUaMbon i.n.. ... .eillllmw .ill nvairi tliak jr-ir III ti VA.mn. ! (1 till til Affi (nitlttlrVi1n HIIUWII aUmUUMIirmilwma w. .. - tiia rtniw uafia ifOluiirin for tho reilur of BUCClUullLtl UIIU IIUlll J 19 JUWIMUMV uliovo jtrlco ami pnilno ilie beat uf lt k niu i or u wry iuiui ut i.u iu WU MEXICAN MnaUnrrl.lnlincnt Is without nn equal It jieuelrKtr lleali mill lnuaflo to ..10 very wiino uiukiiik (iiu ihhiuiiu unce of pain hikI lnfljimmatlon linpo Blbliv. luctroclaiipon lluinun l'lialiuml tliiillrutot rt-ntioii uruuiuully wouiltr ful. Tlio llvzlcuu MUSTANG Liniment la needed, by aomobmly In vvery liouaa. It.voty duy 1Iii;h uewi of the kuuX faa uwful acnlil ur liurn aubiluutl, uf riieuumtla iiiurtira ro stored, or a mliiulilo Imiae or pa anvcU by tlio bcallntf vow cr of tUU LINIMENT which epocdlly eurea aucU nllmcnta of tlin IIl'MAN KI.LSll nil KlieuiiiBtlain, Htrelllnf;. Sllrr auiiiaa, toiiiracicii jiiucic, jiuriia aud Ncalil, Cute, llrulnaa uml Npintua, I'lilauiioun Jlllra uml StliiK'; rlilllr " "Id Nurc,llcer.lrot .il.lalua, No re IVIpiiIra, IhU Ii ! Indeed ttry form ul 4tcrual dla mat. It lieala without aeara. For tho IIRUT1S C'UKiTlOH It riirea Nprnlil, Nlvlmiy. Hllir Joint, I'uuudcr, IIrnea Korea, Hoof III eatea,lf'oot Hot, Werew Woiiu. Ke.au, llolluiv lluru, Ncmtchea, )lud- !irll, Hpuvln, Tliru.li, ItliiRlioue, uid More, j'uii a. vii, iiiii "ion the Mcht and every olhtr ulluieut l whlth the occupant of ilia Ulaliln 1.I..1 MIUCU lUltl Ar llabl. 'llio Maileail M utng I.lulutent alwaya vurea and uuvor dlauipjluU aud It Is, iKMltlrulyt THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS F 03 HAH OR B1AB7. ii CRtmCn PIRtCTORT. METIIOIUST, SOUTH. Bit. II. C. Morrlaen. Paitor. Hertlrea tmy Similar rnomlna and nlahteirtpt the thlnl. Irayar Meeting etiry Thurtday nliht. Sunday School at toil a, a. It II t Jlloirlxin, SnpetlnlrnJent. B AITIHT-llar J M. Bacc, I'aalor. Senile on Second and Kourth Hundara. momlnfand nliht. Prayer Meeting every Wednexlay altar- noon, riunuiy ccnooi ai w a a. , . K. narrow Superintendent. C llllisf IAN. Worihlp hi the con.reUon "? ery Lord' day. Kreaehlna by Dr. J. W. Cox en Second and Fourth 1orM'e tlayt. Sunday School at la. Jo. Bereranre, Superintendent, RKsnYTKKIAN, SOUTH. Iter. I. S. Mthl ror. paitor. Sunday School at t 0. John W. ut, Superintendent. Union Prayer Meollncon WdnUrnlthU. OPERA HOUSE. -STAN"OHD. KV.- W. P. WALTON, - Proprietor. SlieofSlaea, 20iCO. Klht eomnltl etl ol Scen ery Seatlnf capacity, Including railery, too. l(eaonabl rate, to rood atlratilona. AdJre a alior. Stanford Femalo College. .STAM'HI. KY. With a Full Corps ef Teachers, Thli Institution will open In Thirteenth Setalon onth2d Monday In September out. ALL THK UHANCHKS OK A THOROUGH ENGLI3HC0UR3E Aretauiht.ea wall ai MUBIO. TUB LANQUAUEH. 1JHAW- INO AND I'AINTINQ. TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition. Mice ranea from 133 to ISO Id th regular Department. Primary, 124, Intermedial isv, rrpai!iojj,io, ana uuifiai, too. For full particular, aa to Hoard, A-.ad!m MRU. N. . TKllMIKAKT, frlurllial, SlanforJ. Idacoln Co., atj. " HALL'S amBasaasanBBaMaBwaBmaaBBma Rami, (IE 13 RECOMMENDED BY rilYEIClAWO? OTJiVlUfiJ .r- Ontarrh of tho Nnaal Cnnlty-Chronlo nno Ulcerntlret Catarrh of tho Cnr. Cjo or Throat. It I taken INTERNALLY, una nets DIRECTLY upon tho Blood nnd Muooua Surfnoca of thet Sratom. It 1 tho heat Blood Purifier In tho WORLD, nnd la worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT Qlono. OHLT IHIERHAL CORE WCAIARRR r-iN tuk siAiticirraj And we orTor One) Hundred Dollnm tor any Cneo of Cntnrrh It will not Cure. AVI LI. CUItK AM' CASK. Offlcn of A. T 8rawanT Oo.l Cnicioo, 111, Juno 4, IbtU, ( linn: F J. Chenrwit tu, TUcilo, O (rnlcmra I tata rlcwiuro In iDfurmlar you tluit I liaia uaed Hall Ualarrh Cure. It La curedme IwratTery bad and don t Lraltateto aay that It will car any rate) of Catarrh If taken properly. Youra truly, J. II 'Wr.iTTirnroarx WOnTIf 8IO A IIOTTU:.' K Mcnar, Jackson, Mich., write llare) ruvl Catarrh for al) lam. Hall' Catarrh Cura cured Bin. CunalderltworthliafOalotllo. rWSold by all I)rueit at '. cu rer bottln. Manufactured ao.1 aonV r J CHENEY i VO. i ola Prvnrielore, TOLEDO, OHIO. For aale la Sunford by lVnny A McAliiter. Afflicted, Attention DK. GANN'SKEMEDIESI FOIl THE MILLION. MANUFALTUIIED IIY W. K. OANN, VI. D., MONTIOELLO. KY. The world I Ailed with lb wonderful, beauti ful and Intricate In'enllona ol man, yet all the combined talent and aenlua lu.t tha world ha. ti er known hit nercr proluced anythinc Ikat can eomura with "Ur. tiann'a ItruiAlle " Medical tklll aud aclrnca hare, aa yet, tailed to dln)ier any thinjcciual lo them, for th cure of tha dl raa for which they are reruuinended. At their virtue and uae are prilaed br thouaaoda Ihrouih- out the lenttli and brewltb ol the lar.J, and aa Standard rarullr Medlciue. they cannot be ti- celled, an tare tuny uutaaiiatea oy lue irou cet trail inonlala. For Cou(ha, (udi. Croup, llroochltu, (iiniump tlon and all D!eaeaot tb Throat anj Lunji, Uho I)r. Oiihh'm CuiirIi HjrHp. For Liter Complalnt,Iyiieptlt, IoJliteitlon.Jaun dice, Comllpatlon, Sour SIMuachaiid all lillleut DiMaaet, IImo Dr. taHiin'H J.lvcr Curt. For Ilheuuatlau, Neuralfla, Bpralna, Ilitlae and Swelllngt an eiternal application for man or beaat Vms Dr. CIhiiu'h I.liiimciit. Forlllea, llemorrliol.il, liarua, Hitula and all aim liar diaeaw, Uho Dr. Ghiiii'm I'llu Oliilmcnt. Fur Froth Cuta, Duma, Ulcer and Old Sore, Uho Dr. (aiuiuVi lUltcr-Nwue. Oliiluiciit. Uho lr.Citiui,H Stouiacli IIltlcrH A UellableToiiiCi Apllier and Blood Purifier, and alto cure l)yieiiala, lndlgeatlon, Liter Complaint. Malarial leTera aud all peiludltal Diaeaaea. Manufactured aud tit aala bf "W. 2-C. a-J-ETUlf 7&. X)., Sola proprietor, Moutlcrllo, Ky rAll or Jen uy iumii win receira pieiupi aiieuiion. hii GHESAPEAKEAND OHIO III. Konlucky'8 Kouto East "fOH Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The ouly Hue ruoniu( PULLMAN NEW SLEEPINO CABS A SOLID TEAIN yaou IaOUUtllltSC'lllClllIIHllHIltllCX' liiKtun, Ky., WASHINGTON CITY. Connectlnf lu aaua depot wltb tut traloa ler 3STo'Vr TcTons.. The Dlreot Souto to Lynchburg, Dan ville, Norfolk, AMI) All Virginia and North Carolina 1'OllltS. For tlclteli and lurllier loforuiallou. amdr to yourueareat lliklottlc,or tJdieaa JAMIJ4 C.KHWMT. (laid. Wwteru Aaeut, 3 10 W. HhIu Nt Loulaillle, Ky. O. W. NMITU, II. Vf. F111.I.EK, U.u'l Mauaaar, Ueu'l I'a'r A't. HknuiooJ, VlrUl. "moNON itouanE." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Railway. THE i-I.VaM'MNK. KUMNINII Pu.li.mi. 1'aIaco Cars! AND SOLID TltAINS - LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO! RriuuLMoTKa -Patenter Ironi th Knoi tltlellranelief I. A N. II. It. afrit In Loultflll. In time to tale the. renin train of the "Monon Ilouta" and fo Ihroufh to UrrcncnMlo. Cranfordsrlllr, Ijirnjetlo ami t'hlrnge nltlioiit change. TIMK TAIILK STATION. TialTyT fsnyr l.te. lxilitllle....... Atr. (Ireenraille. ... lYawforJatllle " IjtayelU , " Chicago .... 7 11 p in I Ol a m HUM 01 pro I M pm 4 11 put a M vru 7 01 am t IS am 7 U am Th laoal direct route, with only on ihanjof eara, to all point In Wlaronaln, Mlaneaola, Iowa, Nehraika, Ac For further luformallon, a-IJreaa M Ullit AY KKLI.hlt.tl, V. A.. I- lAolaillle, Ky THSORKAT Through Trunk Line Without Change and with Spee. Unrlialed SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE rauM uiLmiux to tiii SOUTH & WEST PULLMAN CARS Lull Uock, Mniotnr Wit heal cfatiif t Itll Uock. MAntrotnar AIUitt ftuvaftnfth -. ,..: .,.,r. T.a . :. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Paleea Car Without Chaaf SHORTLINETOTHE EAST Freta LMiiitlllala ralacWCarwllboalthaaw FMIRRANTQ .f"11?1"""""'1" Lrniunnri 10 nn oi thi rod wm rtctie apcclal low rate. See Aaeatt ol Ihla Inmpaay for tale, route ac.erw.it, CI', AlK0Rt,G. P. tl.A. Loula.llle. Kt. Don't Be Led Astray I Ily Ibepeculltily Honied adieitlteuentaof rlral roulea, which ar liable lodecelre th public. The horteat uj (juliirat Kout from Ctrxla nail Weal la lh & n.w. -10 ITouri- Clnciiumli to St. Louis ! Hour ahead of all other line. 41ally Tialna, wllb Bechance of ear br any claaaot aarugere. 3 Dally Tralna to Loulatllle, with Kre railor Cara. 2 Dally Tralnt to Ktaniillle, hour In ad eanca of all other route, with on leaethiuf. of car. 2 Dally Train lo Cairo, 7 hour quicker than any other tin, and do chant of car. 2 Dally Train ta Mw Orleaaa. No chaaf of rart from Cincinnati. 12 Hours uulcKKn "'" chlra "o110 Ioncac PSfu Twollourt Ln T1ruoii lb lctII3d& Uliy rart, and lea chao( of car than by other lloea. Tb O. A' St. It th oaly Una with 4 Dally Trtlot from Cluclnnatl to Ml. Lou la, laaKloa direct cooneclliHia In the Union Depot (at HI. Loulijwlth aliMuurl 1'aclae lullway, Ut Loul. Iron aloua tain AHoctbern luilway, CblcaaM A Alton lull, road, Chicago, llurlloalou A Uulocy Kallroad, K etuh AMI. Louie luUroa.l; Wikib. M. Loul, A pacific lUllruail, Ulawurl, KanaaaiTeiaa lull way, Mt Loult A Mao t-'rauiiaiu Itallaay. Imprest This Upon Your Memory. The O. et .. la tba only Una by which you ran gel throuib cara from Cincinnati tu ML Loul without pajlug extra lare la addllloa to money pelJ lor ticket. Forilcketa, ratoi, or anr laloirualloB.call oa Ticket Ateuttof connectlne Hum. -IN I I'leaa call at IN Walaul at, M Pinolnnn4!-! Weal Kourth it., tlranj Hotel, Ivllltllllldll (or Depot foot or allllttreet. W. W.I'EAlMIIiV, W. II. 8HATTUC. tleu'l Matiafer. Ueu'l l'aaMO(r Aft Cincinnati. J. I), HILL, I'aaatDfer Agent, Lebanon, Ky KENTUCKY CENTRAL 0. R. ar fa . -Till: HOST DEMBADLE LOUTE TO- CINCINNATI: And decidedly tb Popular Iloult, affording, aa It dor, tett cbaufeaand aupeilur accoiawodatlont to Miiiouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Teiai, Tb North, Nurtbwett and Weat. la fact, It you contemplate a trlplu any dlrettlon, your Internal will babeateeMi'dby urchaalnf your ticket ela K. C. and Cincinnati. J Tralna each way 2; i'uli man I'alacvl'ara; hligant New Day Coach, and hauileoiuely furoltbed Iteclluiuf Chair Car lorm tha uuMuaM eulpiuenta of tbl Old lUliabl, thereby uiakUK a trip oier Ihla IU oue ol luiu llou coiufort aud pteaaura. 'fry It. TIMK TAULE, IN ErFKW MAY to. ISM. boi'TH. Ho.t. I No. i, I No. 4. He. Corlnfton. .. ' Falmouth.. " CjulUlaua .. " l'arl. Air. Uiluglou. L. Letlugloo . Arr. Wluibeater Ml. HUTllug- Athltud Iluutlogtoo. a 10 am IMpm 4 10 p ml Bolpiu 411 put 7 ri put 1 10 put V 40 a iu V0 p ul 10 60 a in 5 10 v u II SO a iu tutu 14 19 p lu 6 15 p ui I J U p HI 0 43 p Ul IDti) 7 SO p Ul 2 40 u IU a 01 I) Ul 7 03 p ir II 31 p lu I I) l U II IV t 111 Noam. No.. No.S. No.. Lt. ltunttnitou , AablauiL... Mt.Hlerllng 11 Wlucbetler Arr. Leitpglou Le. Islington. l'arla. .., Crnthlana. 11 Falmouth,. Arr. Cotlogton 10 p iu C it p u 6 20 a ui 10 a ui a so a iu 7 1JIUI II SO a ui IS 07 p m Ii 63 l) ui BUaui 10 01. ui I pm I Upu J 40 pm SCOpui S 40 put i II put SO put atopm 7 00 a ui 7 so a ui TO a ur 8 63 a ui 10 00 a u 11 SO a u 3 Co p ui a 40 p ut IMpm t SO p ui 0 UO p Ul MAYMVILLK D1VI81QN. No, dLi liluauiua 4ltpu.Arr. Mtf.iill7 60pui No. 10 ' Majtrllleeooam. Leilnf ton lOaut No. II Lealuftea a u " Mtrtilll WOOara No.U " My?HIlS)jiu Leington4Spm No. 4 ruut dally tod baa day roachta from Clu. ciunatl to Waihlngtou, I'ulliuan Mloeiiert to ataoa. wba Falla. W Va. Mtop ouly at Halloa, ou K. C. II. lt.wlierllui lglu. No. runt dally ttccpt Munday, bat through rutcbe to lluullng ton No. a ruut dally acpt Munday between Corlugtoo aud Leiloglou. No. t run dally; and bat elegtut day coach from Waahlog. too. fuUuiauMlwper from Kauawha Falla aud pallor car from laxlugioo to CluciouatL Only Ibre tlop. No. I and t run dally, aacept Buu dtr.audbar tbrvugb coacb fruu UuollBgtoo and Ut. Mlerllng. Direct cooawtlou at Leiloglou wltb ltf lor klcliuionJ.Ky., Ltwrauctb'irg.ty., and Vemlllu, Ky, 0, W IIENDER, G.L.UU0WN, buperluUudtnt. Oea'l Faaa. 4 Tkt. Aft, Ueueral ottoai, CuTtogtoo, Ky, g.j in i... m -mgumi T rrTa, fl r?