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oi-t(kj3ftnr8KnwI STAirrircmn, jcv.,, Friday Meraliif, - AttgHst 17, 1813 W.P. WALT6N. CBIT6R Hon. Amikrt Gallatin Tamiott is announced in this issue as n camii (Iftfrfnr'Mio SpoftkcreMiroi tlte Lowtr llOWMOt Ulw MXl'.l.ifgMMlHre. AIHW ltcmtmy filfcilffor tkepoftilfea bjrexperfcneo M tmlitHiitry bodies', is shown in tho fact that bo has served two yen re in tlio Kentucky LcjitJatwe, lour years in tWo State Senate, four years in Congress ami was a memlter of tlio Slate Ooftstiluliofial Conven tion. Ilia election, almost by acctama tion, a few days nga to Ike Legislature liy liia 'e'efistiluffiti ia Ibylo was a compliwftHt of the most Idling kin' and hie friends wish to see him further honored with the offiee to which lie is now aspireing. Col. Talbett k 75 years old but is as active as most men aro at CO and his mind is as bright as it ever was. wire-kaa.alwavs beea a hard man to beat and wayiradiei lhaV I Mil At. 'S? l no win ut)riuBAHKiipw,Ker ur 6 V tho contending man a cood deal of trouble. ii , f-i-A-1- Bus NitWtxHt, of Ike Rwkwoatf ffcotirl, Is litre tbitlng rlailes Ml Herald, k m shhs like Tail TImmsowJ Ihat hehl to wear a ska JabeJWB i'We ate Mt FkNThMnpsoflA It's good idea old fellow. We would die like to see yo shot down by the man who would nvengo tho mtirder of Walter Davis cswto.Uvkti M s lMm iPnJ of torsjIli (osSJB ofhtetrr . rin M mrcs v cwtncur wentst I "Froei nil Ihtt wo cm learn,' and'tlist Is a good deal, (lie Louisrllle papers are do ing oome tall Irini; about IlieOreal South ern Exposition. It may be a big thing af ter awhile, but at present the exhibition la entirely W paWr?'i-'r8tanfortl Inlertbr Journal. The editor of the Intkmou Journal whose characteristics are candor anil cour age, ought not to let hearsay lead him into an error. When the Kxposilion dpceed efc: Eoiiv1lerfifef, si basiere, staled llni it wis Incosapkte; In two week it has been completed. If there is any visitor who comes, either to be amused or enter tained, and aja he is disappointed, the Commercial will refund him his moncT. It isjbei largest the' most' varied and com plete exhibition ofmanufoeture, arts and sciences erer etfen in this country outaide of l'hllsdelphia. The musical features are better thin any Other JExpssitlon ever oflVrtd. Tho editor of the Intkrioh Journal is invited lo attend himself and nee i( this is not true and his other infor mation mere supercilious 'grumbling, Louisville Commercial. All right brother Allison, wo shall be down in a few days and if wo find the exhibition as good aa we know we will einee you fcave said it, jt'a our treat tochewiag gum. And when we get back look nut for a big free ad- vertiseinent. f The New York Sun is endeavorinp to atart'a boom lor Hon. William S Hcdman, of Indiana. Of him it says : Holman is paturally a reformer, and reform is the great business now to be accomplished. He is an economist, llel kr Jt .ekiok' eonstruetieaitt. He never compromises his principles, and he never varies from the line of duty. If he were President, tho government would experience a radical change, and the effect of his presence in the While House would be felt for many and many a year after ho had left. This, we think, is tho kind of man who is,Bow espeeklly needed; and we do not'knaW' another pin W whole ranks ttfihe democratic party who, in the qualities and characteristics that should go to mako up tho desirable cadide fr;lM4j kHhe 'superior of JsaW - ' '" 1 ' ' ' ' OmtcuuNtHrM toM'jglti ecvn' tics bStlaght give iProcter Ivnett a majority of 43,571. Should the re maining counties go as in 1879, Knott's majority will bo M,7IJ, a gain of nearly two thoueaud ovet tho Hlack lmrrr majority.' '-Wiihbat tlio1 eMit The tcletr'r1 her'sstrlke Is abstit-at tm i new wo l,in) iivntn in r,y,jp twoihtysof cholcn. , S kVexkifttoti I to Ure a looomoil wnrka with a capital of $500,000 The New York republicans will hold their H(M convention at Richfield Spring cVpttntner 10. MilwardV liver stable and a number of houaea adjoining iters burned at Lexing ton, Wedneodaj evening. Oniric to theateace of witnesses the trial of Neal has been continued. The law's delays will indnco the mob rpirit again. I'ontmaiter (Irethini will nave from 130,000 to $ 10,000 on the Postal Uulile by cutting out tho padding and uniiuportaat matter. The U. 8. authorities will not permit the fight between Mitchell and Slado to take place In Indian Territory, as has .been arranged. s It is said that . lllackburn will pardon Yom Crittenden, the cowardly tnurderer of the negro witness. If he does he ought to he hung. On tho 1,1 MhT of fIichla eprings are drying up and moko is isauicg from fis- mites in the ground. Another earthquake la greatly feared. aim. unarles KoDlactl pltcheu her htiahind into the canal at Trenton, N. J., and then jumped in hcwelf. The woinau waa drowned but the man readied. In ftmmt fi.!nt. 1 1.. fi l a t n f,m 1 ' !. .ii.iai v iiuima .uc uiai i.iu .wi fivo weeks tell yesterday . Injury, whkli H is fesred'islrreparaWe.MjM been done by the long drought to corn and tobacco. JYilliam lie try, n Lexington colored hay, bet that he could croaa the track be fore the engine could catch him, I fa lost not only his bet but his head, The engine canghtttrir- - ' Ht , Mrs. W. B.AIlison.-wifcfeUJ.'S. Sen ator Allison, drowned herself in the Missis !ppl at Dubuque, Ia. a few nightsfago. It Is said that the fact that she had no chil dren droveher crazy. The (allure of Ballou A Co., New York bankers caused considerable excitement on Wall atreet Tuesday, The firBTehim they will be atraighteBed out ia a few days. Their liabilities are $2,000,000 Thurrday morning a fine mare worth $200 and a horse worth $12-5, belonging to Mrs. L. A. Dawson, residing on Pleasant Rati, in this' county, were etroek by light ning and killed. Lebanon Standard. A private instne asylum in Ealing, Kog, has been destroyed by Gre. Many of the inmates were badly burned, and five of them perished. Dr. Boyd, the proprietor, and his son lost their lives in trying to save the inmates. There wns another murder In Cincin nati .Wednesday night. "Fox" Anderson killed Charles Marshall in front of the Four's Engine-bouse. The. murdered raaa was a murderer, and his'murderer has kill ed bis man before. If one speech from Col. Billy O'Brad ley red need the republican majority 7C8 votes in Christian county, bow many speeches would It havs taken to have .wiped out the whole party? Republicans who are good in figures may work out the problem. Hopkinsville South Kentuck-lan. tii that 1 can You will for a word total), of CI ark ci Ipienpson. Miss tin, la with her slater. AThere Is one this and the adjoining counties not refuse It a brief allusion, not deny nis spice, Mr. Editor, In reference to the Rev. W. T Troja wljose sudden death ia recorded in your last is sue. Comparatively young, active, earnest In Ids railing, effective ia ihia labors, and hopeful as to. tlie grand results of his mis sion lis wis sadsVnly e'anrl i ( im ' moV nylnilenteronhlMwrdV Rnlhla Is a noblo record. Cssecraled to the humble office of the ministry he deeply loved Ids work. Whether in the populous city or in the most acamestoreJ mnt recess es, in the gorgeous pulpit or in the grotBs which "were God's ftrsl tempfe," with tie same untiring tcs.1, with the same honssl simplicity hsheld foriktbe ,. 84fJ tion. The handsome new Baptist church In Ilustonville elands as a memorial of his teal and efficiency. Hundreds of hum bio christians in all the surrounding coun try hold his memory enshrined In their hearts. A fnltbfnl soldier has fallen-fallen with Ida armor on, and in his hand the banner of Ida King. not Larn&unn l"ff" -Wessf, o iliy thef pe siT um out retlnhlW'w4tii gilt la- im UKse immortal i asisniiAsrs-ai 0 ks laBalsjifl riHHi'.I BEYOND THE OCEAN'S WAVE I'llAISE T1IR JL.01tI" gasrt) MS 8nci:i.r.wKLL Lane, Dfr toltrler t "1 ajority couutiea the total voto lor Knott is 129,191, borrow 485,6H0: TKe 130,! 000 republicans that tbeir speakers claimed, do not seem to Jiayo turned up, hey Air. Bradley? Tim Hopkinsville South Kcntuck- iana calls bn Qov. Knott to make tho isiuance of a TlianksgifBg procla mation one of his first duties after inauguration; sdjthat the'-people, may rfj&c thai the days of (he Blackburu dynasty aro ended. Wo second the brother's motion. Tho deliverance from the hand of Wch a creature will certainly bo an event for general ro joicing by the, people of thoQtato, Keki- it before the eyes ol Hilly Bradley A Co., that Knott's majority is in the neighborhood of 45,000 and that there will be just 15 republicans less tu tba next Legwatijre thas ia tao last. " verny" xr intam - would have ((otie to Colorado sooner had he the true interest ot his party at heart. CtUfta. MklR says' the "latest crazo among tho girls is to keep their hand kerchiefs ia their bosoms.' Well they are as good as cottoti so far as they go, aad if they use them ia the plural number they will supply all the deficiency, so far as caa vbo detected from outward appraos.. Tmk 'poor ' nigger'' 0H o Siate ticket was so fitarfclly sakhd by the repviblicaiM'tMat Mr. Cecil's ma jority bsfsias to kek Kke it will reach lOO.iaW. The average repaUieaa ear oitig hr the, maa and bretber Wyoad what he oaa use him for his own atHish eads. Thompson Marion, the wealthiest citi xeri In'AWen' county, Ky, becamsinsane and disappeared 111a derangement Is due to a railroad indebtedness. Allen county incurred, which has greatly disturbed him for several months. Tuesday he was found an the woods covertdjip with iswves -sad 5b V&iig'qiieMioBed, said he hid W rear of eetas; KfHeu cournMy.- r - - ' -jftaether man his, sailed Ufon the edi tor and found Mm in. It was in 'Washing ton this time. A big, burly brute named FilxgeraM attacked. Gen. Boynlun, the Washington correspondent of a morning cjntempoiary, and the general planted Ida No'.' HO Wat where it did a great deal of good. Long may he wave his foot around so appropriate a door mat. -' LINCOLN COUNTY. Hustonmlle. Alarmed by your threat In Tuesdays Issue, that you will disinherit all your cor wpondtmt. 1 hasten to confession. In behalf nt others I can only plead their na tive laziness. For myself the defense la: Firot: Since the days of Sleepy Hollow in its moat lethargic state there has been no plafte.pn lis map of the universe so somno lent aa this. The enterprise, the energy, the vitality of the community were all used up during the festiritiea of the Fair and the excitements of the election. The traditional shock ot a thunder peal from a cloudless sky would not surprise us into erea a mosientarr activitr. The long roll of an earthquake calling to amis the howl ing hosts of subterranean powers would scarce disturb our dreamless slumbers; hence we hayc no events to chronicle Sec ond: Our nature modestly forbids that ws should psa4 Uforeyeur weary readers me trivial matters which, however Inter esting Jn, our own particular latitude and 16 the'denlieua of our unsophisticated sub urban, regions, can have no attraction for the thousands who look (o the newspaper for something fresh sad rare awl racy: and Third: Conscience cries out against the crime fit consuming the time of composit ors, proof readers and pressmen, the wear of type, tho expenditure of ink and the waste of paper over such,' twaddle as must of necessity be Uje contribution of the vll legs tcrlbs, WWt Ka4 walls up. Horn Aug.D, to Mrs. lien Klog, a girl. Aug. 12, to Mrs. Q. a Lyon, a Kir I. Aug. 14, to Mrs, Kobt. Jones, a girl. Misses Ida, Lime and Blanche Twid well, escorted by Mr. J. Q. K. Napier, left for Cumberland tails oa Wednesday, Jo seph page, Hr., and his son Jos, Jr., havs gone to Adair county to visit frisada. Mr. Matt McKinasy, ol Kaadolph county, tr. 1 Baumw, LoNiMHf, E. July 27th, '83 J f Oa the night W Thurxday the Hlth, the day after ourreturn from Scotland, be- gan the meeting in iirunswick Chapel. This is a small brick edifice erected by a gentleman named Wood, whose property interests lie in tho vicinity, and who has a heart for something besides accumula tion. New Soutbgtte is the name of the suburb, which la as yet sparsely built up, and really, very few people within easy reach of the little meeting-house. How ever, the dear LORD, jho again sad again turned aside from thejgrest "multitude" and wrought for one soul, showed ns vsjy plainly ItwasournexT place after Dal keith, and we cheerfully satsrsd .upaa.fee mission. The chapel is quite a' litilesrch ttectural gem, almost like a "toy" church, holding about 200 all told, and compared with the Dalkeith Corn Exchange a very email aflair indeed. Beyond the children's meeting last Sunday, when every dear child confessed the Savior, 75 or 80 in all, the work has been chiefly confined to chris tians, Altogether 121 have confessed the dear Name to date, which, almost In cludes every unconverted and backslidden person in attendance. We expect to hold on untfl next Sunday, doing what we can to build up and encourage the dear chil dren ol, the Father,.whp .can .carty. on.tbe work, on the same line, after we are gone. The meeting has already drawn out some grand workers, and we are very glad the dear LORD sent us to Brunswick Chapel. I hope Id my next to tell of the meeting closing in fullest blessing. Next Sunday week "if the LORD will" we are to begin in Hackney, a district even more needy tban Hoxfon or Stratford Le Bow. There we are to have a large church, with full liberty. The pastor goes to the sea-ride, leaving evsrylbing to us to be led as the LORD may direct. He is in thorough sympathy with our gospel, inclu ding the bodijy healing, and we anticipate a blessed Ingathering of tho poor. We do not knbw how the LORD will put in the next week for us, but it will be something good and gracious, wsare sure. The LORD has lovingly provided for ns during ths "heated term" in August, by a kind offer that only come to ns last night. Our High- gate friends, the Bartletts, are all going to Paris for a month and offer ua the nse of their airy and ileliRhlful house, just as Jt stands, servants and all, with no expense but for the table. This will be a great saving in our household economy, with an elevation of temperature exactly that of the ball on Bt. Paul's Cathedral, lifting ua quite above the ordinary London atmos phere, which just now is rather odorifer ous and perhaps unwholesome. After, 12 o'clock we clofle our windows tightly, for the steaming breath of Bleeping London seems to get impacted and take on an of' fensiveness that is not noticeable in day light and the busy s(ir that appears to keep It from settling as it does after midnight. We shall be quite out of this at Highgate, by long odds ths pleasantesl and moat ele vated suburb of the grcst city. The rail way trains make all as convenient for the Ilackway meeting as from DaUton. How good in the dear LOKD thus to provide for in, sA that our work can go on in some thing like comfort even during the month when all who are able flee the city in "hot huale" emphatically. At present there are no signs of a, "heated term" at all We light fires every morning in the little di ning room, and only let them go out about noon. But when the heat does come it will only be the more unbearable It may be that there is Cholera in store for Lorn don this summer. I am no croaker, hut I shouldn't wonder at all, If it cornea. Thank the dear LORD we bear "charmed lives," who "keep" ourselves "in the love of Clod." O why do any leave that sure sod safe re treat? England is just now thrilled with the loss of her plucky swimmer, the daring Capt. Webb, and forgets the folly of the venture fn admiration of the courage of the poor fellow who threw all Upon the haiard of the "whirlpool" dls and lott. And nun forget how common a lliiug that ia, with a dearer, costlier thing than a bodily life, where soaU madly eater'with'a test upon the lip the deadly current that bears them rsulttlsssly sad surely pn to the dreadful turning pakt, where lies the aw ful "wblrponi" from which no swimmer has ever yet emergsd with life, Oh these white hands and pallid faces, uplifted for a moment, before tbsy disappear forever I How they haunt me I LOKD give grace and consolation to ke oa, "If JLiy say mesas I may save soaae," who may yet be saved. We took tea with the dear Bartletts last Wednesday, and had a stroll to the grave of 'George Eliot,' who lies In ths-Ulghgsts Cemetery. The monument above her re uiiIhs U a very homely gray grsults shaft, !mads belter 9 ofrOsawas Ellot"- Mary Ann Cross, Horn 3tl November, 1810, Died 22.1 December, 1830. On the grass of the grave which has been sflnitst I demolished hv tovtagi or cutlott souvenir pluckers, some one has placed a Rim nowrr pmie, crom enseu Willi inss inscription around it In letters formed from hbtck gW beads "In Memeriam Asleep in Je'iiaJ' Ths plate la empty and broken nnd some Of the letters havs disappeared to reappear In the collection of some vora cious relic rohber perhaps, snd altogether on feels that the giave is neglected. Tho Impression IS a (mthetlc one to those who adsiire this wonderful woman, but quite in keeping with what must be coaaidered the melancholy close of a tragic Ills. Poor, dear victim of a false theology that num bers tta victims by the myriad! She recoil ed from llm Only (lod she had been taught to believe in, and thinking there was no other, Ilka Csrlyle, prcfeired to bs written down a akeptlq rather than subscribe to a loathsome creed, And really, I see no other honest course for ono who knows not the God and Father of our LOUD Jesus Christ. Poor souls I I pity them and hope for them "against hope" I dire not count them unbelievers. 1 dare not eay "at leep in Jesus." That is a sentence that says too ranch and I hos will soon all disappear from her humble grave. But I cn not bo lieve the heart that gave out of its fulness thS character of Dinah Morris ia one the de-ir L6RD will be compelled to pro nounce unfit for the companionship of the sayed ones, She hat gone "to her own place" ,aswoll will go. Let ua not say dogmatically where that Is, for her. Mi chael Karraday and t)r.' Jas. Hamilton are both interred at Htcbgate and I stood lie- side! ths hnoiMe monument of both, and thanked the dear LORD that both had lived to bless their generation. Will you count me inconsistent or cross yourself dear reader in the horror of a re coil, if t also say that I looked with a deep injerest upon the grave of Tom Sayrea the conqueror of Heeaaa in the prize fight that eycry body condemned and ejttf body read about with fascipated sympathy 30 years or so ago? He also lies In High gate Cemetery, his tomb a plain tent-shaped box of stone with medallion1 portrait and Inscription on the gable end, and on a pro jection right at its foot, the sculptured form of his favorite mastiff, that attended his funeral, and for days and days after his master was buried stalked solemnly thro' the open gales, none daring to molest tho' the regulations strictly forbid doga to enter the sacred enclosure, sad sought the spot where tho one he loved hest lay buried, and then after uselessly waiting for him to come uicK, would go away witlt every ap pearance of broken-hearted dejection. The atone figure of the maatifl la life site and s likeness, brown and rough except on the top of Ihe head and tip of the nose, where the touch of ten thousand hands has worn white spots polished and shining as glass. The inscription above and below the me dallion portrait of Sayree, tuna: "Sacred to the memory of Thomas Sayres, Born at Plmlico Brighton May lClh, 1820, and de parted this life Nov. 8th, 18G5." The face is rugged, but kind, though with sn Unde veloped forehead as compared with the more animal portions of the "human face divine." I can understand why his dog loved him, snd his friends loved him. Poor fellow I I wish his Eogliah pluck and te nacity of purpoee had been exerted in a nobler direction. X'erhaps he never Ld the opportunities you and I have had dear reader. Let us pity oor Tom. lis waa a grand fellow in his way, and would have wOn Waterloo as wel as "the Iron Duke" had he been born above the prize ring. I am afraid I was far loo much interested in reading thq report of that great prite fight. 1 am sure lliAt I read every round, with quite a test,. I wonder how many good people read of the way poor "Crib" waa chewed up by his New York competitor and then said such things ought not to be put in print. The fact ia, that there is sn element of the, combative in us all that feeds upon the exploits of tle undaunted- lie they men or dogs. That is the element in us Cod implanted that will feci up on awioe'a' husks if belter fare be not forth coming still vainly atriving to fill a void. To thin element our God appeals when He bids us "endure hardness aa good soldiers of Jesus Christ," of cries out in the thick est of life's battle, (n a clarion voice, "Come up to the help of the LORD against the Mlgbty't-i-ye who would win Crowns. This element finds Its true outlet in the "good fight of faith," finds also its highest sense of satisfaction in tho words that wind up the bsttle "I have fought a good fight henceforth is laid up for me, Ac." And the conclusion of the matter is simply lids I would not count much upon any One's re ligion as a lasting and eflectlve principle who felt nothing stir within him but dis gust at ths indomitable courage with which the prite fighter takes his punish ment, and then after a "sponge" or a rest upon liis second's knee, "comes up to time" sgaltf, bruised, battered, bloody but un. conquered. That is the way I want to fight the dsvih. May I ('stick to him' as loor Tom tjayrss "stuck to hi man," sad win as well a he. I learned some good lewoes at Tom's hutable grave. At all of which my friend of the "unconscious' self-' is h eeas" will hold up protesting ptlms, and say, "ibat Is too bad I ilro. Barnes bs- lisres in prlse-CuhLsrs too as well as race horses," And X re!y "Ths wis shall understand." Parables sre for uofoldlnir "Ihe mysteries of ths Kingdom;" to those who have good and honest beauts or they may serve a second purpose "seeing you shall see snd not percetvrr aad heir in ys shall hesr aad not uedsrsUBd." Ac. If only I can get some dear fellow who ad mires "Crib" and 'Tom Sayres" to think that I aa one with him ia that admiration aad do not coast it evH, but rather a hope ful sign, If only the sfdrit's admlra tlen stops not at these lewarr forms of courage, but goes oa still stspplag upwards, until It grapples With "prlacipalltiss aad powers sad wicksd spirits ia the bsavsnllss," then me gost lor which ms or iasku im planted the capacity at a rat, aaall nars uteu My, Well skms,' Wave heart, thou ajst brso "fsllhta l,ths"fewl wllljmsVs Ihev refer W ths many." , ' ' .! Let ant la coaeaaslen lovMalr ttsank tke uMfs WsMf IWtfttM Wirt llATV rMsWthlxH Nn mysffl for tellers Sisters Honk snd fJibton snd Cochrane, and Mays, ami Sauf ley, and "Cousin llelle," and the erne bless ed hffthr m Rinoklyn, have mv hearty thanks for their charminir letters. Ills almost amusing to note how one snd all begin with the full persuasion that we are so overrun with correspondence: that their letters srs quits nsedless Ths firl Is, ws hare heeiqo!ln starving for letters sines our arrival, because every body has bsen thinking every body else was attending to Ihe matter. Which reminds ms of Ihe legend that "once upon a lime," there was an agreement among all the Inhabitants of earth to shout at Ihe same moment, with such an exceedingly loud voice, that Ihe very "man In tho moon" should heir And so chronometers were set, vsrlatinns in 1st ituds snd longitude adjusted, all things set far exactly 12 o'clock, Iilgh noon, on the 1st of April. And hi, whin ths time csme for the earth to lw shaken with the noise of nuny voters, and the "man in Ihe moon" was In b startled out of his wits by the uproar, Thn iiwhot of Ihe allslr was this, that never before In the world's his tory had there been a lime of surh perfect stillness. Korlo, rrery man on earth was so curious to bear that mlshly utterance and waa so lost in desire to hear It for himself, undisturbed by Ihe siund of his own voice, that he forbore to shout. And lo, ho one uttered a sound And Ihtt ia why we slarved fur letters. Eeer In Jesus, Oko, O lUHNrn. Garrard County DEPARTMENT. ItOnT. It. AVJISH'l. JJtlltor. LANCASTER A. O. Ilurnstde purchased 10 fine mules In Louisville st $181 CO per head. Another of the victims of Ihe Bry antaville shooting is dead, Phil Fry, col ored, and another la expected lo die. The polls for the telephone line be tween this place and D.iuville sre being scattered along Ihe route of the line. Mrs. Sallie Anderson died on the 1Mb in Ihe 82d year of her age. She was a member of Ihe Fork Baptist chinch for near three score years and ten and was a genuine old mother in Zion. Paint Lick. negro woman The negroes and pat and We learn that an old here is dying from neglect, congregate on the corners dance until eleven or twelve o'clock at night, but they will not piy any attention to the sick. Missis Ida and May Adams, two of Mt, Vernon's little beauties sre the guests of Mrs. Willis Adams. Miss Lera West, of Lancaster, la visiting relatives here Miss Patlie Adams has gone to London to visit the Misses Pearl. Mr. Tobias Wallace has returned from Rockcastle, where he haa been on a visiting tour Miss Nannie Slavln ia visiting relations at Crab Orchard. A certain bachelor that clerks In lbs dry goods store on the corner is very much alarmed for tear that he will be stolen. A young lady had her fortune told a short time sgn, snd the gentleman that the was to be married to waa minultly de described to her, and the tentleoian on the corner fills Ihe description to a teller. He has heard of lbs circumstance and la ex pected to le atolen at any time. He takes very particular paint lo see that all of his doors and window sre left open before he goes to bed. A Blessing to All Mankind. In thcsilloics when our iiew,ari rAooJtl with I'Slfnl mcOlc Ins s.l,trlUim nt, It liirstl fjlnf lo know obit lo procure Ibtl will certainly cure jou. II you aro bilious, Lloo.1 out of order, llrrr InactlTe, or generally iltMlltated, Ibsrs is nothing In tbo world Ibst wilt cure you suquUk- ly as Klcclrle lilt lei They sis a Mtulog lo all unnklnd, andean be had fur only (fly rents a bottlaat VtaaxA MoAIUtn's. n.HKtJHfr t "i 4 BRIGHT & r.j.HmKAN. Tf CURRAN. iVhelrftlo Htul Itclnll IVeHlom Ih GROCERIES AND HARDWARE, WIJisKNNWAItiV, SiV. Wo run two hottaon, carry ho Largost Stock in town; pny cash for our goods, which onablea ua to soil you nloaer than any one. All we ask la r trial, DniQUT & CURRAN. AT AND BELOW We will sell you anything: in Sum mer Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. Bdirt .Ita:i?get 5EJfteis:e ulemlll Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 was 7, 1U, 1Z, 14. 17.50 1, 1.50, 2, 1.50 2, 2.75 , 75, 1, 1.25 was 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 2 Children's Shoes and Slippers ac cordingly. BRUCE, WARREN CO Shoes,now 75c, was $1, Slippers, 50c, ac- PREPARE L1HCASTEU AnVt.BTlHKaKSTK. B. V. WAITEH. HUHOKON M13NTIHT, LAKCASTF.lt, KY. Offics orer Clliuca National lUnk. Office hours from 8 to 11 a. u. snd (rout 1 to o r. u. BAM M. HUHDETT, AOT.ro It N J3Y At 3UAAV, LANCASTKlt, KY. Will irsctlcs In (larrard and adjoining counties sod Court of Appeals. (IM-lyrJ II. O. KAUFVMAN, ArjrroiiNx:v At r.AW, LANCAHTEIt. KY. Muter Commissioner Osrranl Circuit Court. Will practical In all ths Courts of (larrard and sdjolnlog csantlM and In ths Court of Appeals. Xaandretsh's terta itIi BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE, FOR FALL SEEDING! And be sure you examine, before pur-, chasing, our line of- Seeding Im- ' plements, as follows: . - i The Baker Spring Hoei Grain Drill. 7 -t A' The Trump Grain Drill with Spring Seat, The Buckeye Spring Shoe Grain Drill, i The Star One-horse Grain Drill, The Albion Spring Sulky Harrow and Broad cast Seeder, Spring Harrow reacted, and HIS rolce will iwsstl In Bulk, and the Nicest Line of FURNITURE Ih IuscHHfer at tke "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," LANCA8TKK, KY, GEO.D.BUIlDEflwr&CO., froprbUus. The Kalamazoo Tooth Sulky and Broadcast Seeder, The Moline Sulkey Plow, The Cassedy Sulky Plow, This line of Implements cannot be ex celled. Also remember we make a Specialty of Fish Brothers Wagons, "Web ster Wagons and Columbus Buggies and Carriages, of which my stock is always full and complete. GEO. D. WEAKEN.