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i r & If V 1 ' .V.uul tll-MlttKIHSttnirjQMrPl Staifoid, Ky., - NoTemtur 13, 1883 W. P. WALTON. EDITOR It only took -13 minute from the time a petition for dWorce was filed In Chicago twtt till decree w granted. Tbe etmrnls were of the flimsiest nature, but leth wanted it to enable them lo unite Ilh Bre congenial souls and the Judge n fitewwnoditlnB. Srxaklng of dUerce, we mc reelBded of a care before a New Yoik eenrtlaitweeii Alma Scott euedherhut Uad and In the trial It waa shown that Iber were roarrird in 16S0; that the bus band had spent hia money with Uriah pro tifcj on the woman of hie choice and aa IcVi at it Jaitcd ther were happier than lartle doTei tier dared to be. Keen a bank can le broken and as Scott' shekels! were not near so numerous, he finally had to tuccHmb to the' IneTitable and plead (he lack of trie wherewithal whin his wife ask ed him fr ,nl-skln tacqne. In. rain I e tat Bed bit breeches' pocket Inside out to vaie the absence of lecre; the rain woman -would Helen to nothing. She wanted a real-skin ncqae and would be "dtscotliag ed for life" if It wai not fnrnlsbed. They quarreled antl continued to quarrtl till sep aration vas longed after by bcth and tbe court, after patient hearing, granted an or der absolving the matrimonial chain. All women are not o unreasonable as this one, bet the young man contemplating matri mony would do well to run no risks, but al ways keep laid up enough to provide it seal aktn tatque whenever an ituperatlre order it issued from the boa of hi bpiue and 'starts " Vfiio struck Billy MahontTon election day waa. not destined to remain to great a myatery as the fellow who' did the came thing to Billy Patterson. Toe doughty General offered a ' $100. for a tight of the acesndrel and astlssin" who dealt tbe blow whereupon Wo. Ling, a tobacconist, ac knowledged the corn but explain! that being pressed by the crowd, he (Long) raited bit hand to clear himself and get out. As he did to, some one struck him violently on the right band, which earned it to atrike General Mahone lightly in the face, which he hopes did the General 'no erioue Injury. Long says he bad no in tention or desire to do General Mahone personal injury. It it not recorded whether tbe General ponied up the S10O. or not. 'His von was.ficed 15. for drawing a pittol when tbe blow waa etruck and offering to -'Sshcct hell out of tbe man who bit pa." The true Virginians are so elated over their famous v ictory that ther scarcely know how-to contain themeelvet, so to-night at JKchmond they will give the grendeat dem otutratlen ever known in the State. They bare indeed something to rejoice over. Tbe dk tfJHttle brute, Mahone, has been slowed under by fully 30,000 majority and is spite of money wrung from office holders sad furnished by tbe administration, the democrat have elected a Legtalalure which will hare eight majority in tbe Senate and perhaps two-thirds In tbe House. Their year of jubilee ha come. ' Let them shout aBdJDg"piInn. . 'dby. Ksotx teems to' have a decided re Hgious turn'. In hts proclamation, fixing Kor. 29th as a day of thanksgiving and prayer, he talks like a preacher, ai follows: "Jreccotnmend thai from, chancel and fire side pralsef and thanksgiving be offered by tberpeoplercf "KeBtocky" Id ih God and Father of us all for the manifold Meeting wherewith. he has blessed ut; that we renew to each other our obligations of brother beo d, to cur conntrr tbe devotion of patri otic service and tbe contecration of lives to Him from whom cometh every good and blessed gift" . Tas Expotitii n was brought to a, bril liant clcae Saturday night, amid tbe boom ing of cannon and congratulatory address es. Nearly a million people visited the grand show and lb business of Louisville iras increased 19,000,000 over lut year. That the thing waa a grand success finan cially as well at every other way, la thown ia tbe fact that the ttockholders will re ceive dollar for dollar on their investment aad still a surplus will be left. Diear credulo is reader, when you take up a dally newspaper and notice several columns of alleged cable news, think not that'll) e enterprising publisher has paid from 25 to 60 cents a word for them. It baa come out In a 1 iw suit that thirty words by cable is frequently made to expand nnd fill three qiurteis of a column. The barest outline are sent and a student of foreign affairs is enabled to rpread almost indefi nitely. To let Virginia go, revive the bloody thirt, fall bick on civil rights, and play tbese for all they are worth, and then to look to New York, Indiana, and Ohio, is Use roughly blocked out plan of the re publicans, says the Cincinnati Sew Jour nal, and tbe Indications are that it knows what it istalklug about. The Frankfort Yeoman thinks that the democrats have a promising show of carry ing 23 States, with 250 elector!! rotes, while the republican have a sure thing In bat 16, with 151 votes. That's the way it builds its pyramids and they look mighty natural. The alarming news coraes from Balti more that a woman there has been safely delivered of quadruplets. The father I aid t be dolnr at "well as could be ex pected" under tbe circumstances, though be itfaaei to be comforted. JUshtkii of tbeTLnd Office, Cecil, has gesae to Florida to recuperate and get clear out of tbe way of Ihehoportunate fellows to whom he promise d clerkships, Wiifh we occnIo-aMT com acroi n Uln ,ke IM from si MgblT .r!iel n et- Tti irt m the Ldiilsrllle GmmatM, we forget for the none the delinquent (tab. icrlbers and tbe other devils that torment a newspaper maker, and feel that there Is some appreciation of earnest effort alter all. We thank yon dear friend for the lines which ate to ut like letters of gold and pictures of ellrert The SrAssroRD Iktemoii Jorimt. Is one of the best newspapers In Kentucky, because the quality of Its contenta Is al wavaconflderr4,inore Important than their quantity. Its'tppeMance ha been fas pro red by a alight reduction la the ttxe of par er and ty pe.whlch niaket any "pa Jdlng" unnecessary, and Editor Walton continues to give hit ubcrlbert two papers a week for the price bf one. Tin New York Sun, "to decide a bst,' ssya neither party carried New York. The bet was that the democrat would carry New York Stale, but thty did not; neither, says the, Sun, did, the republicans. Tbe Ut ter elected the bead of the ticket and the Legislature, while the demceta't electeJ the rett of the State ticket. The Sun de elds t the bttt ef, butaddt "letting It ille gal. D. n't do It." Ox the ISth the principal railroads of the United Stales will adopt four standards of lime, the .Bittern, Central, Mountain and Pacific Should the L, A N. change her schedules accordingly, the time wll b put back 18 minutes, which Mill occitlon a good deal of anoyance and confusion unless the towns along its tine change their time also. - Two citchert for the St. Louis Biso Ball Club have already been .engaged .for next season at S-.C00 a piece. To use a feminine expression in the nbeence of a better one, Did you ever? Butler, like Banquo't ghost, will not don. He has already announced hlmeelt a candidate for Governor of Massachusetts next yenr, a term there being but one year. v j - NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Bradford Dunham hat been appointed Ge neral Manager of the L. A N. tritem. The number of miners killed by the explosion in the Moot field (Engltnd) col liery wat sixty seven. Another of the veteraoa of tbe war of 1812 has gone; Saml. Jones, of Fleming! burg, Ky. He wta 95 years old, Chalmers was thoroughly defeated in Missies ippi, obtsinirg a majority in one county only throughout the State. The Lexington Prta says 30 men were murdered In this State during tbe month of October, and 27 in September. Twelve shares of Clark County (Ky.) National Bank stock sold in Winchester at $202 60 perbarc; par ralae HOOj A four-story building was wrecked by the wind at Buffalo, N. Y., killing five per eons and aerioutlywosnding seven others. Gen. Wi C. Wickbara was elected to State Senate, in Virginiaby a big major ity. He is a republican but sntl-Mahone. Tbe reported danger of a conflict bet ween the whites' and negroes at Southamp ton, Vs., turns out to be without founda tion. At Charlatte,N. C, A. J. Allman de serted hia wife and four children, sold his stock and Crops, and elcpedwlth hia lister ia law. ., , ,, ,. ri' - Wta. E. Ruscell, ,of Lebanon,. 'was knocked down and robbed of his valise while going to tbe Southern depot in Cin cinnati. In New Jersey the democratic mtjority is 0,678 and in Pennsylvania the republi cans elect their ticket by 16,000 to 19.886 msjuiity. l II. Clay McGee, formerly of this State, murdered hia wife and daughter, near Kan- sat City, and tbsn committed suicide by taking morphine. Forty of tbe bctt citizens of Danville Va , hare been appointed a commitee to in quire into the cause of.the recent riot there and publish tbe facts concerning it. Tbe republican Senators, who (includ ing the Virginia readjustee) hare a major ity of four in the Senate, contemplate a complete reorganixition in tbe officers of that body. The New York ITtraliTi circulation reached 133,600 copies rnr the 7th. To print this tremendous edition it required the work of seven fast presses and 21731 lbj. of piper. On the tame day the Sun printed 172,749 copies. Mr. Zmmermtn, Hutingdon's first lieutenant in tie Cincinnati Green Itiver and Nashville railroad enterprise, writea a gentleman in Nashville that he would be In that city In a few days to complete arrange menta for beginning the construction of the road. Cowling Green Gaxette. The week of prayer for 18S1 be;ina with the first Sun J ay in, tho year, January 6, with the following general airangements of topics: Monday, January 7, Praise and Thanksgiving; Tuesday, Confession of aln and prayer for cleansing and renewal; Wed nesday, Prayers for families and instructors of youth; Thursday, Prayer for the Church of Christ; Friday, Intercession for the Nations; Siturday, Prayer for Mitiiont at home and abroad. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Lancaster. Col. Jno. K. Faulkner, Collector of Customs at Louisville, Is in town recrea ting. He will spend a few days hunting srith old friends. Sam Anderson is up from Louisville visiting bis pirents. He bat ob tained a situation at traveling salesman for a wholesale millinery establishment in Louisville. Mr. A. G, Lackey via married last Wednesday at Marshal, Mo , and arrived at bit old home Saturday to spend the hon eymoon, He was lately appointed post master al Marshall,wlth a silary of $1,700. Miss Jennie l.ickey arrived home Situr day, after an extended rlelt in the West. Miss LlllleGuodloelerleltlnsT. Mr. I- M Lickey. Miss Msmie Olds It rlsltlng in Verssllte. Mire Lou Watren, of Warerly, Mo., spent sereral day last wek with Mis James Denny, Miss Mary Kobtneon has returned from n visit In Missouri. Mr. Hoe Young gare the young ladles and gen tleraen of town a delightful entertainment Saturday evening. Roseoe Batchelfr, of New Mexico, Is rMtlng W. O Bradley, der whom he studied law. Services were held at the Methodist church Sunday in the Interest ol the Gar rard County Bible Society. Iter. George 8. Savage was present and rendered the rervl ces entertaining by his remarks showing what the American Bible Ssclety hat ac complished for tbe advancement of chrls tlsntly. It seems like olden times to have Ilev. Mr. Bartge with ut again and recall recollectlont of boyhood day. The Gar rard County Bible Society Is In a prosper out condition and It doing considerable woik in spreading religion. The services of Rev. Hiram Mcore were- secure.! last year tn canvass our county, which wat done thoroughly In 125 days. He vltlted almost every family within the limits asslgred him. $80 as contributed at the meeting Sunday and a committee was appointed to visit every church tn the countr for the purpose of receiving contributions. Lancaster will have a new postr (lice next year. Hall Andireon ha purchased the building next door to the poste ffice ,now occupied by W. B. Noel aa a furniture es tablishment, and, In connection with C. C Slorms, w ho ex pects to put up a two story brick grocery en the corner of Public square and Danville street, will build a two slory (ffice complete in its arrangements. The space between the new t ffice and tbe alley, on Danville street, will be built up and occupied by Misses Noel & Smith, mil Inrrs. Intheesme block of frame build ings, for msny yesrs an eye sore to the town, K. 8. Hsrelden & Pro. are making arrangements to tesr down snd put up a brick store-room. Now let the rsst of the parties In the rsme block conclude to build at the same time and keep pace with the progressive citizens. Business is increas ing at a remarkable rate. A evidence that there haa been a change for the better, the deposit in our banks are $100,000 larger now than at the same time lsst year. Our town la improving everyday. With fertile blue-grass lands, with good railway facili ties and with enterprising citlxens, we can make our county rank with the first in the State. The population of our town hat in creased several hundred since the last cen sus and there it no reason why it may not double within two years. GEO. 0. BARNES in SCOTLAND TltA-ISE THE .conn" 38 BerkelttTekace, Eldefsme St. Glakiow, Oct. 15tb, '83 DearMtrlert A little clap at Bexley Healb, of tender yeart, but very like "a man grown" in ways, got off the following, that I quote in passing, for the moral of it: On hia 7th birthday hit mama, thinking to put thought of resporsibility In his mind, said, "You are seven now, darling, oughtn't you to begin to be very good!" To which tbe young scapegrace responded promptly: "No, mams; I ehsn't try it till I'm 8." This same young hopeful, not long after, getting a little excited on1 the blue ribbon temperance question, quieted bit alarmed conscience at dinner the next day by say ing, "Mama, pour me out half a glass ol ale to day; I am Uginning to be a tee-total-ler." "Men are only boys grown tall," are they not? Let each cne of my dear read er apply the parable aa suits tbim best. I am writing In the midst of a great ab berlng of mingled French and English. Marie, in anticipation of our visit to France perhaps yeart hence, ha begun to recover her long-relinquished French under the lo quacious tutelage of a "Msdame,"who knows about as Utile English as my darling knowa "parfaiou " Marie, like a great msny be ginners in other things beside the study of the French, wanta to know the wby 7 of ev erything aa she goes along. A weighty sen tence from Madame, checking this too in quisitive spirit, has just caught my ear. "Do not rtaton too much notr, Mis. I try to teach von great patteur of von great church In ze city; but he could learn noting He jrpetuallee lay, 'Vat is dis? Vat dat youaa)? Vy is die? I do not like dat; dere is no res ton In dis,' until at last he had great disgust and threw all down and learn noting, noting; and all because be was so very wise; he would know all at once. No, Madamoleelle, do not reatSn now; wait till you know more; and even then, reason not too much; It I not good for one who learns. Wave just faith in te tool till you quHc trough.'" Well's'ald, good Madams; you teach me a weighty lesson, better than French. As I go along I must notice things char acteristlcally Scotch, before they become to familiar that I ahall forget to record them aa noveltle- The hone collars on those driven in carta and ran have the peculiar- ityof rising to a sharp peak, at least a foot above the animal's withers. The iron hames, then, go off in a curve right and left, terminating in a knob, at an equal height, forming a perfect W when looked at from front or rear. The horses them selves are the noblest of their data. In the recent procession tbe carter made the grindett exhibition of all, in horse flesh. In America we are becoming familiar, in a measure, with the "Clydesdale" type. The head it heivy and uncomely, but the other proportion are almost perfect for draft pur poeet. I tee more noble horse. here in a day than anywhere; an indifferent animal ia the exception. It take time to get acquainted with a city built of brown. ttone throughout. It impresses me every lime I go out, jet) with a sense of the grindeurto( it; especially coming from London, with its endless mast t of yellow-brown brick Hructures sure-j ly the homeliest, If the vastest, city on the ' planet. The same perfection of paring here a In London. In nothing ! the su periority ol these ancient clvlllxttlons more manifest than In the care they tike of road ways and side-walks. Granite blocks about II Inches (quirt is the materitl us ed. Glasgow I more like London than any other city we have seen; esprclally on Saturday night, when the entire population stems to be vomited I Mo the stietts, the greater number strollers, but enough left to pay out and take In the pay for the week's work, which is the objectire point, for all the gaily-lighted city shops. It take a good deal of glitter out of the show, when one thinks that ererythlng Is a bid for these hardly earned pennies; nnd the hard est of all hard matters of business Is the struggle lo win them. I heard another sermon yeslerdsy from dear old Dr. Bontr. It la not often I hare this opportunity of hearing others preach, and I am alwajs gltd to avail myself of It The good Doctor wrestled with Job again, taking for his text the words lo chap. XIII, "Though He slay mr, yet will I trust In Him." As If the loving LOItD ever did slay anybody I What a monsttous suppo sition! But the dear old man took It fcr granted that Job wr right; accepted lit re bellion and fully for puic gospel and thus discoursed: "Brethren, tbit ytrse baa been comfort to saint in all ages. When overwhelmed with misfortunes that they knew came by God's permission, the last resort was this, Though He slay, I will trust.' Luther once said, 'If I saw Him with a drawn sword in Hit hsnd I would run Into His tims.' A good minister In tbe south of Engltnd, sadly bourne down by trnub. lee, lost his burden while reading the rec ord of tbe great reformer. A lady of Germa ny, In high social position, slid: 'The Pale Horse only burs the tainta from earth lo heaven.' 'I will trust tho' he slay me.' Other woids from saints passed away might be quoted to the same effect. There are two things I wish lo speak about, suggested by these wonls of my text: 1. Job's invincible confidence lo tte love of God. 2 The grounds of Job's con viction. . First, Job' confidence In God's love. The Old Testament saints had a very small bible, but they made good use ol it. It as really wonderful how much they learned with so much less light than we have. If Job with the dim revelation cf hi time could siy what ia written In my text, bow much mere we should utter III" Here the speaker repeated the choicest gospel verses culled from various parts of the New Testament and then proceeded: "Let us take these and arrive at Job's unmlstaken faith in God's lore, whatever happen. As Samuel Rutherford, wrote: These promises are m ny stepping stones across tbe dood;' and again, 'Take His band who knoweth all the fordt. The current shall not tweep you off.' Second. The grouodt of Job's confidence In God. 1st. He had faith in God's revelatlcn of Him self. He had laid his band on the head of the Slain Limb. This hia constant habit, aa witnessed by his carefulness to offer sac rifice when his children gathered for their gathered for their birthday feasts, 21. He knew death and resurrection as taught In the bumt offering. 'I know that my Redeemer llveth, and I shall tee Him.' 'Plant your feet en death and resurrection, and you shall go over dry shod,' laid Ruth erford once. Let us all hare Job's 1. Ho ly obstinacy of faith. Let nothing shake your conviction of God't lore. Notice ihlt In 1. Blind Bartemius 2. Sjrophenlclan woman. 3. Ruth. Naomi was only test ing her daughter in-law, not really advis ing them to go ba:k to Moab. Ruth etocd the test. 2 Let us have a holy obstinacy of teal. 1 Like the Declplet before the Sanhedrim; Actt IT. 2. The Hebrew Chil dren before Nebuchadnezzar. Lastly, the holy obstinacy of hop;. 'Blessed the man who ia not offended in me.' Hope ever even 'against hope.' Dear sinner, whatev er difficulties may lie in your way, If you only knew rour peril you would 'escape fcr your life.' Eternal life is worth securing at any cost. But if you will only come you will find the way much easier than you an ticipate. Jesus' love will make 'the yoke easy and tbe burden light.' Come dear, blessed, honored servant!" He did ss best he could, from his stand point. Only I am sure his standpoint Is wrong. Not in vsin shall It be that I heard these two sermons. ' My heart ia fixed." As the LORD shall give utterance I will tell all Scotland that God it hit and nothing tint. Only thus bellevirg can the souls of men "escape as a bird out cf tbe snare of the fowler." Tbe dear LORD gave a giand day, yea terday,though It was one of deepest external gloom. The dripping clouds drizzled and poured alternately; the black,loppy streets; tbe greasy, slippery pavements, coated with filthy ocze; swarms of children paddling about with red birefett, only taking to the cheerle't ttieet for company' cake and to escape the slimy wretchedness of comfort less cellars; a shivering, gloomy day, that gave tbe devil joy to see the wretchedness he caused by It; a very master-piece of his, in the way of weather; and yet the sort of day in which the dear LORD delights to work HI miracle of mercy, bringing "meat out of tbe eater," and "honey from tbe Hon' carcass," And so He did for us, praise Hit dear name forercr. At a crowded meeting In the Home Hall 67 confetted tbe dear Name and Scotch crutt went flying, broken into a thousand fragments. We came home to find W ill Jubilant over 33 given to bit net, at the Bethel for tailors on the touth tide of tbe Clyde. An even one hundred for both "great fithet" t we shall find when we know the worth of a single soul. Help ua to praise HIM, Ever'In Jesus, Goo.0, BAnjerj. LAH'AUKK AMKRTUKMKNT. B. T. WAIiTBIl NUHOXJON DJ.TIIS'1', LANCASTI'.lt, Ky. Oflet over ailsens National lUnk. Offlct bouts from I la 12 a. M. suit from I lo 9 r. M BAM M. HUHDETT, ATTOIINI1Y At IjAW, LANCASTER, KY. Will prattles In Cisrranl snd tlJolnlrsmtinlles ao.uxuttoiArrii. (Tie-iT'l U. V. KAUFJb'MAN, A.TTOItNJ3V A.t X.AW, !.ANCA9Trt,KY. t ! HammIuIams I1at.l i"1 ' It Paii t I . Will prattle In til Ih CVumsof llsrranl tad adjoining counties anl In lb Court of Al pssls. ENTERPRISE Grocery. GEO. D. BURDETT dti OO., Jjniicn.Ntvr, Kentucky, HAVE Just Rocoivod Another Car Load of Furniture, Conalitlni'of Parlor and Chamber Sots, Bods & Loungos.BodSpringa ana maurossoa, Sofas nnd I lialrs and ETfrjIhlng llf- longing to a rlrot-clnu mr nllure More. Price hh Low tut Aiijboeiy'n. -VALUABLE- Garrard Co. Lands FOR SALE. IooVr St prt'tltsaltne firm of about aOOaere, In Garrard, about ooo mile below Onip Dick Uob Intoo, wltb larte collate bouso of ettht rooini. In number o". repair, all ntt(ureeuthulldlnce, and tblnd fertile and In a Boo alalt of rnUliatloa, ih arlr all belnc In (tss. On tbe plate It a distil Itrr of about 10 boibele eeperllr. Tbe turnpike from Hanrlll to Leiloitoo. runs ihruufb Ibis farm, and tbe lb location I verreonrenlent. Al so lu acres. put of the B. M.Jones Una, on lb sarae pike, adjololnc lbs atoee. Tbe Iwo places will be sold aaa whole, or divided to suit purcbas. ers. "I he purchaser will also bar tbe cptlon to ratln the dltttllerr, orllcen Uiimetsd. Also sualirarm adit alna tbe aboee-Jtecrlbtd prepet-a It, with fair ituproTtmente. In the Intersection o tbe PsHIaod HuenaMaU turoptk-o, contain let about Uacrse. A small traelof It acrts, ad Joining lands of T. Dunn. Ala-i alore nous In tbe town of Br yantsf ill, t warehouse near the de pot In Lancattrr, a burial lol In tb Laotmatrr cetu Here, Ac. Alltbtaboreprvpirtr will be sold on tsrr liberal terms. I'or lurther particulars call onoraddrru H'Jf BKHKKI.K, scp.lltf Drjasiaillle, kr. 1IOX. A. G. TALIlO'rr, Ol Bojle, la a candidal for Speller ol tbt neit House of IlepreseataUTee. Coal ! Coal ! The Coal Association basing nottnrd ns that Oil miel After tlilx Dale nil Coal Hlilppctl lo in will ue can n, We art compelled In future to sell lor Cub on De ry. r. t. ha vikhi, Isery. l-t B. ji. Mini e t. IYIILLIItfERY ! Mr rail and Wlatcr steck .( MlllUsry row ar rising Is tb fulliil and kandsomeil I bast etti bad, and I Incite tbe attention of tbt ladltslo II confident thai I can n'ctis tb most fastidious. Thanking nij Irlends for tbclr liberal latroaire ol tbt pan, I earneatlr ask a conllnuaece. 190-lf JlltS. KATKIWDHKHA.ll. atratiOTs . Iff. Italtluln A Co., Ilutltllle, Kr., Cincinnati, .. and Indianapolis, Ind.,drlereluSJ!clnwr A bona', Decker llroa.', llalnia', J. A C. Fischer, YoaeA eW Baldwin A Co.'s Cottars, Uprlht snd equate llano Forlce; also tbe Ester, ebunlnger and Hamilton Organs. Instruments sold al pilicaaod teinis to suit p. r chasers. lvu't (lit jour orders till Jon get our prices and terms. ISMini IK. T. E. .SMITH, Homoeopathic l'tijslclaii, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. nc.ldence, Clemens llcuee; oBc opp. Central Nat Kink. Special attention to dlseasta of women and children lot tbe put eighteen jetra. l&J-Su: Sale of Personalty ! I will tell tt f ublls auction at ujr plait near 11c Klnu.r, on FI.IDAY.NOVEMIIEKSU, 18S All uj stock and crop, cocslstlog ol One lunth of tttiv good CWs, veaWinys, 2-ycar Mi and a numUr of good milch Oew, 20 Aecid ofbroU Hula, 3 or 10 good Horn, lot of M lleqi, fim UtofShoati, 2 thorougUrtd Soulhiloun HutUanda Ivt ( mountain 1'ku; alto, tht Curn orotrn on tfOucre of land, 3 larrccs Amit JJrunilg ig.oj my otni HiJetc fur tnnlinn tnait ana ontaittuierycotni, il, Household and Kitchen Furniture, Ac, ( Titans.--All sums of 113 and uodsr. ca.bt ortr that amount a credit or six months with Interest. MjtliU Bote, with aw.rore.1 wcurltr rtnulred. ,. . ,i,:o- n'.Ahiyntu. II. T. Diin.AttsltSMir. (tH-id I'hII Hrirl Mimer MILLINERY! I hj on fcsait InJ am rfntlt- rttfltln a Wautl f I fill aiit eniapleuiiee of f.ihlcn.l.l, Mlllllnsry, to l) which I In, lit II.. ,, (!,, f h ntTI J labn lrAr.lln.. .. t. . ... It eonrMtnt thalan suniloallon la all tbsllsnetes aary lo a purcliaw. C.ll.o.l m i7t .wins m;t,i.n ltuniKs. Opera House Tor Rent! 0MM propMh will U rrrttuJ bf th Iilrttt- nr at thai II I a n fAIf I tsM lfA..u till ... I ... -. .-. w. --... .--rta iivuie (tn siuirm i l'r,.0 l"Wi for Its rtnlal for on jssr, villi . thoprltlltgtM alertnofrrars Ifmnlnallr sure! uin. llon.li wlihsr.nroTf.1 srcnrllr will lrr- n.irruoi inoinMw. i riht lo rsjset snr r I all bIJi nsstrtd. Dlfttl Uitsrs lo Ik Hoard. ,"'!,"'. ir. i iiviMfi.v, ' H-st blnfc.rd,'Ky. XOH. NKVKKAltJ.CJ&f LattofCiniaull.gtTfrmr, A Oo., SunloM. Kr.. wllh J. M. ROBINSON Sc CO.. Importtra and Jot tort ( Drr Hoods, Notions. Ac M7, M, ail Main JStrwt, Cor. (tilth, L.OUIHVII,r,.:, -.- ICY. TO THE PUBLIC W will bow pay special attsatlon to trCTJHXOat OIUNDING.tt W iroinlMi lo nit satlsfarllon, and wbro Jwlrtd will (Irs I'Mtul flour fur WbMt. Ua matt ellbtr boll' I or unbolted nitl. 110-1 MrAIISTKRANALUr. BRICK RESIDENCE for SALE IN STANFORD, KY. lofftr Krwl prltiitlr mj hcu and lot en FonitrMt stun whlth li ottuplnl br J M. rsllw. 1'uMtwlon to toltf a Jn I, jMI, Ttrwa rramn able. Tor parllrulart writ, lo in al Harper, Wan sasoe ration ltoU P. Ljlle.bUnl.mt, Kj It.JI.AXItKtlhOX, 182 10 de. 1 Harper. Kanua FurnlturX. ! bate lb lulltst and tot tint of Furniture el STtrr description tesr ex hit Its.l In Msafcid.asa I sirou innwau nj store win prose. j prices art I ae low aa iltttllar utU eao ! tuf Hi tn Hi. nl. a fact aUorapabie ol nectar demonstration. I alt keep on band a lull.llue of Undertaker?.' OoocIn ! And as ready losers luneralt iroiucllf wltb a a nice, new llterse. Orders by Telegraph Promptly At tended to. B. ITMKms E. WEAKEN. ESTILL SPRINGS! Hatln taken tbai. cl ibis Iidoi walstlrg plate for be coulrg sisnb, I sat tow Prepared to Receive Guests. I bars a corps o trained servants and will U all to furalak HalUfHctery AerowiuetlalletiM To all persona la ouriult of health or tltamre. Tbe medicinal qualities of tbeM waters at loo wen Known to in people 01 ivnirai fcCBiocBj 10 need a dncrtptloa of their llf-UIg prvlttle. Tbe rate, of board will be reasonaU. t or luttber Information, spplr to ue at Itetne, Kr. 1SMI H. M. l'AACOCK. MERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURN8IDE, Propr This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, -AMD Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to so Conntrr Hotel in the State in ita Fare, Appointment., or Atten tion to Comfort of their Quests. rtaesas will a ceaisitd lo aad frees Ibsdssnl frssofckarg. Kpeclal aeroaaasWatUat t tCa.aaerilalTrailsra. Tht Mar will ks alwSft airillsd with Ik choicest braiat of Lliaars aid Clsara. -DANVILLE- PLANING MILL COMPANY -ManuVtsauiert of- Doers, Nasili, IIIIiiiIh, Window Hiiel Door I'rHinel'M, Mold. Iiirw. Scroll .Saw Work, Turn. Iiik LrIIiu Work, rioorhiB, CcIIIiik.AVchUi- crbonrelliifr, Drcsxeotl Liiiubcv, And other Building Material Alto Dealers In fariiiiug Idiuubcr ! Call on us or writ for prices. W keep a large stock and will do our test to pleat eon In prices and quail tjrol material. VA.xrirjT.i: m'laxm.xu mill at US-Jus Cturille, Kjr, nn 111 '1 1'