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Semi-weekly interior journal: November 17, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882111701_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: November 17, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . Btmumukh X.-NUMBER Sntefio 17, 1882. The Mtanisg of It. Xonfnal NEW ForDapepala, I)lr-rlicr- a, VOLUME filO. Pood Mains the Man. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Little Dropt of Day. SERIES-NUMB- ER 9G. W. P. WALTON, T. R. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor Butlnest Manager IMll fuMlnlirtl Titrttfnu . rlT fVfflt; H'J.no lI2U aVNNlTM. ! uTImmi ilon'l send elaniM In psymrnl of excp( to hftliVf hng. ami then of nominations rtolnv.r Ihreecenls. and synchronism, and Pentateuch and saccharine, apocrypha and celandine, lactiferous and cecity, jrjunoand homeopathy, paralysis and chloroform, rhinoceros and pachyderm, ractempey-It-- . i. . cnoiu, gncrains, nasque, is certainly ! Take only the Genuine, which always been denied A k OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. 'A'rippcr the red Z Trade-Mar- k i' no easy task. Kalcidjcopo and Teni .lurvlnf J. Ill 2EILIK 4 CO. Photogiaph of an Siplosion. nessee, Kamschatka and dispensary, I( eiiibriiccN Maple nntl Fnncy Grocvricft, Patent ami Fauilly rV ALL DRtJOOISTS The United States Knginetrs re- diphthongand erysipelas, and etiquette Flour, 2tlcal, llacoti anil I.artl, Tobacco ami CIkhi-h- , Woodcently photographed, the explosion nt aud sassafras, infallible and ptyalism, KOFESSIO.IAI. a wreck, which was blown to pieces allopathy and rheumatism, and cataen, Willow ami Tinware, GlatM anil Uuectiriwiirc. Caiiut-i- l WALLACE K. VARSON. hy submarine charges ot dynamite, to clysm and beleaguer, twelfth, eighBusiness Peoi-lk- . "Widder Jen- T. IV. VAKNON, Goods of all liimls a Hpevlally. ICciiiciulter tlie pluee, "The T. V- - & W.E YABNON. ascertain, .among' other things teenth, rendezvous, intrigueur, and kins," said an Ohio farmer, as he ATTU11NKVH AT X,A.-V- , Corner ISIorc." fm,, thoWtnck really Inaietl. Tho hosts of oilier words arc found, on En- bustled into her house one morning, HTANKOItO, KY. t mu.bre;-Mr.'A,,hurInu."unload" Office Id Owsley Son's new building up stairs. eiceSfln'gly linteres. glish mid I'm wortli on classic ground. Thus, "I am a man of business. but he way very Jlu will ixjt.be H. C. KAUFFMAN, 810,000 aud want you for n wife. I mI.niyeu, Dehring's Strait, Micku-lmas- , '": rally the' 1,,u,u " and aurelr. bra wle nubile iKilicr. AX'TOIUVEV A.t laAW, aud tho instant tho explosion, ns also ThermopyJto, Oonlillcras, suilo, hem- - give you three minutes in which to LANCAHTEIt, KY. defeated republican, reunite the party for Couuty A 1S8I, and enable it, even if it doea not me beverat hiiwui. wnen u.o esjK). orrhsgc, jalap, and Havana, ciuquo- - answer." "I don't want ten seconds, Master Cuiuuilsaloner andof tlarrard Homey. Will practice In all the Courts , and adjoining elect ila candidate, to preaent a formidable sures nvero mauo by shutter, wero toil and , old man!" sho replied, as she shook cou n I lis raid lu the L'ourt of Apiieals. DKALKX IN- ipecacuanha, aud Ivappahan-npcicopKxilIon in Congrea to a democratic d- - electrically timed by a chonograph. ALEX. ANDEI1SON. Shenandoah, and Schuylkill, out the dishcloth; "I'm a womau of DRUGS, UOOKS, STATION EUY& FANCY AKT1CLKS. mlniatratiun. A photograph taken one tenth of n hud a thousand more aro words ATTOna13Y A.a-- XA.V, that business, worth $10,000 and wouldn't Hours the Stle. rh vslcians' rnacrlptlons sccunitely compounded. Pharmaceutical Prcparalloua a specialty. far OANVILLb', KY., second after the explosion showed the marry you if you wero the last man Wlfl practice In the Courts of Borle and adjoining And what do v you think? They vessel broken, 'and a ojlunitt 'of water fomo good spellers miss, ia dictionary on earth I give you a minuto aud a counties and In the Court of Appeals. land like this, nor need one think say that early hours aro ta lie a la 70 feet high; a photograph secured TESTIMONIALS OF LINCOLN CO. FARMERS ! MAHTEHSON PEYTON. gcmyi0 ifaomo of his good half to git T He got. himwf a incklc this Whiter; that midnight is to A-X.A.W, A.T'X"OllNaiVVORrA9KT COUMT, 1.6 seconds afterthe instant of explo- - iJfjor-AND KXAMINKB Sittings. hon"No," ho said, "it isn't for tho foi.tTcxs put a period lo nearly all fwtivo oc- sioti showed a column .of water IGOL . L1HEUTY. KY, Will and adall profit of the thing that I de- Joining practice In and the Courts of Caser Appeals. aud its feet high; a third photograph, taken ' Hauw( Women. A law of Yir-- 2 or casions. Tho counties, In the Court of spec sire to be elected assessor. That durn-e- d lCX.lai attention glveu lo collections, times over customs attendant revival of rierce'a stoie. 3 seconds after, showed tho column t5inia' I"188011 5n N year 1C152, reads apo that poisoned my dog has all may havo had something to 'do with at iu full follow": "Whereas, many bab 'tt Dli. J, Q. GAitfENTEB, height 180 feet, while if I this; at all oventa, it is a mark of vul- fragment of wreckago- - wcro-iuKENTUCKY tjIo"n8 WQme'n 'slander and scandalizo his property in my district, and sure BTANFOltD, garity to stay late. To prolong an air,-- butSionoiiad fallcitto 'disturb tlc5r "eighbors, for which their poor get tho osseesarship yoi can bo Office over Robt. H. Lytle's store. Office hours ' Three First-Clas- s Implements Combined in One. from J to 5 and 7 to P. M. affair into tho morning hours is to tho aroofton involved incharge-pictur- ho'll pay his share of tho taxes. surfacoof tho water; a. fourth J""8band mako a kind of orgy of it, and it u1 STANFORD, KY., Oct. 31, 1882. andvexatioiis nuits aud cast In J. J. WILSON, taken 3.3 seconds after, show-looks it really docs as though ono cd tile DENTIST, Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: The- Albion Spring Tooth Harrow, column falling, aud tho surface Jfcrcaidaruagcsi Da it enacted, that in oTANFOHD. KY, Cultivator and Hroadcast Seeder purchased of you is all you claim for noycr tjupected tq havo a good tinie. n! ii,nV.i,.i disturbed; while a fifth actions nfaandur" occasioned bv the it! I am well pleased with my purchase. As a Harrow and pulveragain and meant to havo tho best of photograph, secured 1.3 seconds after, wife lifter1 judgment passed lor tho A VALUABLE FARM. Office and ItrslJeuce, Upper Main St. izer it is the best I have ever seen; s a Seeder, I would not exchange LEE V. HUFFMAN, it. Hut, unhappily, thero is a fash- showed that all was over. damages,' the woman shall be punish-e- d iuhllculela the htiihnt UJJer, I llloflirat Id l)nllle, un eilUCKON DUNTl'ST, for any other, and I am also confident that' it vill prove valuable as a ion prevailing which flies in the Taco by ducking; aud if tho slander bo lefun " STANFORD, KY. 1'uro honey should bo used unsparCkaig Lynn. 20, '82, Office South aide Main Street, two doors above Cultivator. of this new institution. I refer to encuornious nsto beadjudged at great- MONI.lV,NVE.MHEK Myers Hotel. the ingly by every, fainily. Itis ,na long-- 1 (Countr Court Uj) Utween the lioura of 10 aoJ Pure Nitrous Oxide Uaa administered when re the "comet turtles,' which ate at er damaged than 600 pounds of lo- - 12 o'clock, a ealuiVIe Urm, tuatalDlng 130 acres, Mr. Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sin I'have one of the Albion Spring It tier a .luxury . fo bo enjoyed i only byai rei their heieht only when our ; ... is sullicitiiilly cheapi liilw S ' iuoii mo wiyiiou to suii;r u all In grew gooU 10 acre; has onharii,aabout Ora quired. . and I am "'i"""i MOIIUAN, D. D. O, Tooth Sulkey Harrows, Cultivators, and Hroadcast Seeders. It. , uutll f fruit aiilea. jxjaia, pluins, cherries, Ac visitor is iii the zenith, and 'which ilnle ducking lor each uuu iraunus of to- acressee . i DENTIWT, week well pleased with it and would not exchange it lor any similar tool. ipnDKS oi wsier; is wimiu sad .!.i.r.. .1 w,,u " u, bofstlj,, i. ailjotus the farm of lira- MVP' 5Wii! Will be In otaoford one J4 mlln of Uinrllle sud mil brink iid until liia stroamine tail Wm. Goocn. ' of each month, from first Monday. Deutal rooms .i nrlir whlMi tiinbn It a vnluti n food. bacco adjudged against her husband, ixm lienirj on ine hi,shuiuuhuiud fffVMlrfln 'eaih; lalincelu irAiii.linu rrritu llin liripivnti KielJttracU I'erius: In 81. Asaph llotel. oier Mc liler A llrlgbt'a. bo refuses to pay the. tobacco." euslaanuat a;ui(iit. bearing S percent tSee si en.) A t Lancaster three weeks of each month ttiT' from' n,iioholio ltim,ulai.W. if day oraalr nnttl paid, and l Men retained Iroiu third Monday. Dental rwiiui In Masou House. it la f,...r.f to .timta that lhea larks lt Geo. D. Weaken, Ksq. Deer Sir; I used one of the Albion Comon I he lanj for thn purchase iiiodbt. . . ... ., . , Pure nitrous oxld gsse administered See sign. ., ...... - which dull tho iutclicct on tho cou "Havo you 'ever, befiira been pun glreu Januirjr J 1SJ. bined Spring Tooth Harrows and Hroadcast Seeders in putting in my et If T. T. hMIWS, ueceaaary. u iuinw iui uuUvu inuir Wilkin in Agent. when It procfu'ees J bright Intellect .as ished br tho law 7" asked an Austin 9Mt wheat this Fall, and do not hesitate to say that it did the work peruoliiical lore; but it pleated society to trarjr healthy bodv. Children aro itfttiWof a colored culprit.. "Yes, I well aa a C. T. Sanuidgk. fectly. pretond as much and hence we havo very uind'of honey J and ono 6uiu1of palled, n man aiar, and I had (o pay to tho Observaa k xt nocturnal delegations Stamkohd Br Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: We bought of you a Spring Tooth It goes lurther thair a'pBund of blitter. ujinf," 'ls that the ogly tiroo'voti tory with a supper and atlanco togivo KENTUCKY Sulkey Harrow and Hroadcast Seeder, and after having used it in LANCASTER, Jthaa tho .peculiarity- - ofpie9piug iavo cd mo in confijet with tho law 7" DR. GANNUEMEUIES! 1'ittaburg tio old coioet a scad oil seeding wheat in foul stalk. land, we are free to say that the Implegowl. wbiTeiutter oltebetMmcs'rair-cid-, 'Now dal yirjpoaks ob hit, 'jedge, I j.'.!. IfltiMpk-JlUlJOHN T. IIK1U1XS, LMtOl'KllaTOK. ment is a good one and gives satisfaction. We regard it superior to . .FOB TELE MILLION,.. fAmeri- - bleoves I was in do penitentiary fur ten and injurious to healtli. v. f any Drill and a perfect success' as n Harrow and pulverizer. Amcrican,";aya an exchange, crtiuBee Jouiwl. w jrAiforACTunEf by w. k:oann, m: v., yea lis, if I disreuiembers myself." R. W. Givkns & Son, A FIRST - OIVASS HOTEIa "mny not bo so elegant at a dinner MONTICELLO. KY. At tho. Fan aud Lace Exhibition In every particular, The patronage ottnb pulllo partyybut bo will not rijleVhnlfydny nowi beiug neldnt'the Aquarium in rhe' ailling oOev Donahue of Mk. Geo. D. Wmues Dear Sir I am pleased with my Albion dIhio, a Qatlioljo Priest, by oiie of his . TUB."1'1 la aiM wllk.tlie ofwouJrrful, all the solicited, and satisfaction Kuarinteed. (iMf) In a railway car without sneakiug to nun, jet Thoilasnjsof jrsf era Spring Tooth Harrow and Hroadcast Seeder; think it is much' better Urighton, Kogland, is shown a magciuuulufij talent id J geulus Ibtt the world hai ex- his fellow passeuger at his elbow, as innnallr rohUd oflhalr snu. commentary on er known lias pever troduced anything that can John Huchanan. nificent autiquo rose Venetian poiut panshioneqv " victims, uvea prolong, and answers many more purposes than a Drill. compare with Or. Ii sou's iieiuniiee." sieutrai the Englishman will." No Indeed ho hspplurss.nd health re. poor huinajiity, Tho priest, not. siul aclenea hsvtf. as vet, tailed to discover skill flounce, which measures over 'six atorvu of use 01 luffgreat equal to them, for tho cure, of the dlswill not; 'foro Ooorgo ho wilj not. with, accusing Ids "parishioner any thingwhich they arereooiuuaeuded., Aa their Gho.'D. Wkarkn Avir Sir. Have tested your Albion Seeder on eaaeafur .yards in length, and is nearly I through-- . Prstsed virtues Joeing denounced n liar, out Hie and usee are breadth by thousands and as GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R clean, plowed land and on the foulest stalk, lami. oh, how often, have (w0 of theft, on How often, It gives better satispt the land, length and of a yard wide, Jt is a Which iwiltltely and permaneutlv eurea Imiao. excannot But he Wot. kind I fCMCM.tcausedbTsxi-eMifaolanfaction than any iii.plen.ant ever used in foul land. wUbed that ho would, hlai jvttb a caue.ijid was In Standard Faiullr Medicines, tliey by the ba struck, stroui-ecelled, an t are fully luUtaulitcd splendid condition, arid Its valhoW es irrrifciivna, eudalldlsea.es tlisl follow a A. K. Denny. testliuootals. llo will "iwunco ujwn n stranger "hoaa timated at over 1.000 L'tiiueas: It is turn struck with' a uionkey wrench aepienMiofblf.Ab.i,aa loss of invmr, ha of lassitude, patu lu the back, ' .s Ufa For Coughs, CoUi, Croup, llronchltli, Couiurop. uiriuoir, universalprrinaluraold agn, and tnanr killed? ho has ncyereey.b,ifore in all Us . . dliuuruof (Islon, tlou and alt IJfwasou ot lha Throat and Luugs, other dUeasra that lead to tousuiittulou and a believed to bo the 'finest' specimen of and Geo. D. Wk.uen Dear Sir: I have used one of the above menaud talk hi in deaf, duiiib ami blhjd ta for elreular. wlili twll. grave, ,, tnis aco in mo world, certainly tuo j "M,$Inn,,'6ia-Dickoymail. "Kt V Jlr. dJauH'j, CohkU Nyrup. mtanlslarrea br oo'dvndThe ISriUOHATHii tioned Seeders, and heartily endorse the stntcment ofMr. Denny. fifty iuiles;f Catch an Amencas, Is suld at II lr box, or six les for 15, br all best' In Kuropo. It has been' heufily tliis weather (oo'cold for potatoes?" For Liver Coiuplalnt,Iyspcpsla, JuJUettlou J. A. DePauw. druxirlsts, or will be sent free by mall, sto.trlr holding 'his mouth sjiut when halms iaiious sealed, ou rtvlpttf price, bv addroaslr. Insured whilo on viow. "Dickey)1' said Mary Jaue, "it isn t dlua. Constipation. Suur htouuch suil all II g, j, a.asi.rsssT, k UUsoms.1 : I.VI it i . a chaoco to. talk t.o aomo man vbo 113 Adams slrtet, Toledo, Olilo. Albion Combined Spring Tooth Geo. D. Weaken Dear cold, tliuOtakea or! the potatoes; it's jr Bole ateut for th Vnlted Dtates. ilKeitiV want to bo talked ,to. . . Vms Dr. Uhhi.'h Liter Cure. f Fraulc Jained nays ho liover'killeil u ; Harrow, Cultivator and Hroadcast Seeder is all and even more than itian unlcsa ho felt it. was positively consumption." ".Q," said Dickey", "'I, pur you claim for it. I linve sown $9 acrcs of wheat this season in filthy Kheuutallsni, Neuralgia, Rprilns, llri.laea and Takeoiu-- necessary. HuRK.CuuHkoa XtoltNH Courier- - Hwelllngs-- an external application for manor And ho 5ieverffelt if nec- never hyed "oh" a; farru.'l corn land, and it docs its work well where no other machine would teast, IaiihihiI fourth cup of strong vinegar, crunu essary unless tho man demurred at uuuruai. r . work at all. My son Jimnue. who is 12 years old, ran the machine St., NlHiiferil, Ky. .Main lino finely into it some bread. Lot stand. tho vcrv reasonable renhest to deliver Ghhh'h I.liiltnent. Iu AC. itcno;raplirpjexhiblo all the time, using a team of comparatively small horses, and found a lnlfjAH.. hour, until ituoftemf-iiitI' cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friends, for I difficulty-- . of rotllles, Ucerrhvids,'a)urua, Vistula aa4 all flip tits' mbnoyivatcli'auirptlicr valua-ibles- , l'arit.Meuty'four Jil)ercntjytci similar disuses, JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. no a fair trial will convince them of its usefulness eight months good poultioo. Then apply, bnretlr know lijliwijymea'aro liod about as shorthaudjiro pi YJewj Among oth- -' Uho I)r. Ghuh' Pile Oliitmeiat. itiL' at nicht. Iu the' inornintr tho well asi too rest ot us. in the year. g John P. Hailev. cr cuVTosiliv'g, tliore.isa (KWlcanl OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 for Fresh Cuts, Dqroa, V leers and Old 8orU, ; wonls.'-- i .. eo.renc8 wjll be gone, and the com can UjOOO It is asserted tiiut.iu the three years Weaken Dear Sir. Each one of us having purchased of Geo. be picked out. If the com Is u very Umo Dr. Gttun'M lUs.er-.Swe- et DAY. you one D. your Albion Spring Tooth Sulkey Harrows and Hroadcast BOARD, S2.00 bdod 18S0 thero wwe'uo lower than diseases to,-- wfcji OuU oHiie3,-10of UlllllHOHl. or olptjnate one, it may require- two destrpyed by firo, or the lunnajijfrartio U liable, whisky Is 'Aj'i tlicatrcd pleasure in saying that they have given us entire more applications to cflect a cure, IlHtcrH Special Accommodation to Commercial Seeders, we takedone all UN4.1r.GHHU,iN(oiHHcli lArtly w. resultlug in 4,370 deaths, used- Travelers, that you claimed for them. Prefer them to satisfaction and urcniedy for,3Q0 ol tliem A)(olUtdaiToulc,Apietlxer Ulood rurlfl.r, t i' " any wheat Drill we have seen. Sows the wheat evenly and leaves wilhcijimplete.su6ccia- A Qeorgia man who Wtu kicked 'to ntl tvbout iOOlnJliries. and also tun l)iaeIa, ludlgwUon, Llrcr Coiuplalut, Malarial Ir.vere and all periodical Burgage Traniferred Free of Charge none exposed on the surface; also regard the tool superior to any death by n inulo has this epitaph ou lu a New Knglandtown the piico Th,u,dqco( Um W&hfugtoB Capi ll,Hrs, Mauufactured and for sal bjr other as a pulverizer and believe they will prove valuable as Cultl torabatoue; "lllamo not tho boast of liowiug gum haa.rUen 10 per cent, his 3C. OA3ST3NT, 3VC. X)., I li&Te recently taken charge of this house vntors, C Vanov, who sent mo to tho dust, Tor tho Ood ainij tho reopeping oftho yujiuj;, Jar tol ilMjJg itutcjl arid IC will tako W. iulond to hi?e firit-oliand aurAII order Kola pronrlrlor. IfwUlisllo, Kr fil!e$tj ofswhll leid. ftccouimodatiopf. Shanks dictfeemlnarieii, of nattiro said ho must." M.ll 1T wall villi rotdi piuipl aUvullou. Tt e't I .m ' tula-Uk- a. tlielr opinion alxml Kiur mil 1 (aibor mil oilier ul)K, about Ilnbbetl naseasmtnta, about oppressive anil nrollem (azallon, ml alxjut faleral Interference anil dictation In politic. Mr Jay Hulib.II and hi aiwciatea In tlie illrtf work of robbing tlie Komntnrnt r.lerka of their wager; Mr. ltotieaon Ami lita eiaoclelca In Hirer ami llatlior ami oilier jobber? ; Mr. Kaon, Henstnr Hoar ami tbelr aaxttialoj, who eo Inaolcntlr refcml to rtllcre the people from opprtwife atij unnecessary laiea all three liranl from the people jeaterilar. I'reeiilent Arthur also) heart! from the Mr. Cleveland' majority nijalnat Mr. Arthur' camliilate in this Slate can f car rely run Mow one h'umlrril anil twcntr-Of- r thousand, aud may turn out eeen greater. plutalilr In I'mpujlranla Mr. . over 'the CamerWArthur candidate will lliouaand, and probably reach twenty-fiTinaTt''icfcl that. ., Mr. Arthur dictated the nomination of Mr. Kiljt,er, contrary to the advice of hla true friend', and Mr. Fuller la "unowrd under" so deep that a doien "machinea" could not die him nut In a doitn Team. An Independent journal like the Jlnr.lJ, which apcaka the truth and haa no political axra to grind, natural-- 1 sive to the I'realdent, whoerer he ma rt le, or of whatever parly, a gencroua o long aa hie course deserve it. When Mr. Arthur, departing from hla prudent and ronaerTBtlre earlier Klicy, begin to Uirdille In the polltlca of I'ennajlvanin andiKew York, the Jfrnill waa the Oral to warn htm that he waa making a grave jlntlM' light of yelerilay' vote l.e can hardly fall to aee that lie haa blunderon the I'miilent will he ed. From a target for the ahue of a good many republican organ, lie can czprct no mer cy from the faction wliicli from the url has ehnwn him virulent dielike lie haa cried;, let hlui rrntand he r.td not dra- pair of the ..tore. Uul tl.e rentarice ieo-pl- The Luton to Arthur. Tlie New York Jftrald InJ. rep. jn Tlie people lure apoken anil hare gltcn Speaking roughly, sitja (ho Jxtncft, "Paf'iiM a little boy of Ire. 8uminrt,"lht ttar, alxnit thrco fuurllu. by tToIglit,,oQ tho whit are thejf Art the y sol llttla drop of dayr Oh! ever glorloui ilsrs of night, body of uinn is cunititulcil by tho Ileaven'f poetry dlrlne, fluid ho conauirtc, and ttio remaining Wllh what Unchanging light and poner, Tiny dd forever ihlne' fourth by the tolid material ho approDo people, Ilka anto ui, il wjll priate. It is thereforo no figuro of V la yn blight realms avtyf Or are they, ai the ehlM hat aated, ijicccli to iny that food makes'' the Jliit"llltl.drereoldar" timii. Wo might even put tho caso We look up to them when the night in a stronger light nni affirm that Jiome reveals; Their .And willy wllh (noiseless wing, innn f Ills fowl. It Is strictly nntl Their light uroo utateal', literally true, tint "A man who And tlirrt wllh wocder wild we gare drinks beer thinks heor." We make Upon each glorloui ray, Until wt think, Ilka that arret thlld, this conception to tho teetotalers, and of Jay." That they will add that good sound beer is by Yea, wa art loit lit wonder, while no means a trad thought factor, what- , We roDttnilalt tho awcr Tint flaedyou In your enhtrea l hade ever may bo tho intellectual valuo of Yon light the erenlng hour, tho commodity commonly sold and Unchanged, unchanging, eter there consumed under that name I It can Faraa the Milky Way, We vender hot the child Lu aakrl not obviously be a matter of indiflcr-e- n I' co what a man eats and drinks. Ho j 'Knan'arroiidlatellKllllntt is, in fact, choosing his animal aud In Itudylog tuch high themea, Horla fill la learn ol them moral character when ho selects bis fsr-o- ff rop . an-IftheyaM-'dropiorday,- Would you know tho meaning ol tho political revolution which struck its first blow In Ohio in October and swept through Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts and Colorado on tho 7th 7 It means theso four things: I. Iteduce the expenses of every branch of the Federal Government to a basis of simplicity, economy and honesty I lMsV Onatlvonoaa, Olironlo A (pie. Rick IfeaiUctir, B.A.3-.A.I3Srr- 3 FOR THE 1MEXT 60 DAYS 1 Jsunillce, Imparity nf the Malaria, rind nil Illsenece caused lijr Il- rangrment of Llecr, ltoncla and Kidneys. SYMfTOJIS OF A DISKASEH 1.1 VKR. fain I!liKl,lfrsivl II. Abolish tho Internal Revenue abomination III. Make tho tarifl simplo and rational and just sufficient to provido for tho wants of an honest and economical Administration in timo of peace I IV. No subsidies, no jobs and above all no stealing, cither by tho Administration and its agents or by Congress and its employes! This is tho meaning and tho purpose of this mighty overturn. Is tho democracy wiso enough and enough lo cxecuto this peremptory mandate with fidelity and couroge? We shall sec. Tho occasion is greal;'and wo aro happy to add, tho future is hopeful. N. Y. Sun. I high-minde- Had llrtsth, J'sln In the Side, somttlmes lh Is fell under lha Shoulder-blade- , mUtsken foe Kheumsutm, general hns of appetile, llowclt CoiUTe, sometimes allcrnsllng with Us, Senersll Is irouhled wllh pain, It dull tnd heargr, with considerable Iota memory, accompanied with a painful sensation of leaslag undone sometl.irig which ought to liavu been done, a slight, dry cuugn and Suthed face is sometimes an attendant, often mistaken for consumption, the patient complains of wcarlnus and debility, nerrous, caiily startled; fett cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation of the skin ctists, spirits are low and despondent, and, although satisfied that exercise would be beneficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to try It In fact, distrusts every remedy. Several of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases have occurred when but few of them esiited, yet examination after death has shown the User to have been extensively deranged. WROBERTUSTAGG -- "WILL 8ELL- - rEBy JltllE AT COST. X iwmM r4m WAVM XI) I :z. 'j i.itr rTi CALL AND SEE AND BE CONVINCED. It should bo used by all rwraona, , food. It is inijKwaiblo for him to ' llowcniildallltlerhlMLulata, In their iwett twyltghtilrratni; llllon' aop-Mi- change his inherited nature, simply hccatKO modifications of development occupy moro than an individual life, but ho can help to make tho particular stock to which ho belongs more or less beery or fleshy or watery, and so on, by tho way ho feeds. Wo know tho effect the (coding ot. animals dias on their temper anil very natures; how' the dog fid on faw.meatland chained up so that ho can not work oil thoaurpcifluous nitrogenized material by exercise becomes a savage beast, while tho eamo crcaturo fed on bread and milk would bo tame as a lamb. The same law of results is applicable to man, and every living organism propaga'tcd "in its kind" with a physical and mental likeness. This Is tho underlying principloof de velopment. Happily the truth is though slowly and imperfectly, U find a recognition it has jjotig In bla otlc way, Jf thoMlrtght worldttbat bang on high Ar"lllUdropatf day?" the htaren'a Idna dome Wllh bluing geina of light, a diadem Tint wratcth wllh Thtrrateii arih of nlgbtt Obt Ihry ireerergloiloue, and . The Krt'a rhyme will aay To that aweet that they Are "tllllt dnpt eJa " The above tautlful line a were written and pub-llthyeara In (lodey'a IjJy'a Ikok Iwenly-fir- e ago. The author ! one of the memtora of the hUnford &ir. J. M. It. Drlght itara that sea, Drowsiness. Depression ot bplrits. etc. It will Invigorate like a glass of wine, bulla no In- old rand young-- whenever any of the nbvvs symptoms appear. IVrsons Traveling; or Living In Localities, by taking a dose occasionally to keep the liver in heaithy action, will avoid all .Molnrln, lllllnua attacks. Dimness, Nautoxicating beverage. If Yoti have eaten anything hard ot or feel heavy after meals, or aleen leae at night, lake a dose and you will be relieved. H. A Splendid G. Stock of RUPLEY, Fall and Winter Goods, d, 9II31.CI.CANT XATIaiWK, Stanford, Kentucky, Wishes to infirm hla Patrons of Slanfonl and vicinity that he has r reived fi digestion, ii if Sptllina Match, Stand up, yo teachers, now and spell. Spell plienakistoecope and knell. Or tako soma simple word as chilly, or gauger, or tho garden lily. To spell such words as syllogysm, and lachry-mos- o "I 1 l&. ... Tho flesh of the sheep is tho best meat iu the world; it ia also tho poorest. A lean, thin sheep that has outlived its usefulness as a wool bearer, and been cut down by tho ruthless kuifo as a cumberer of tho pasture ground, aud consigned to the pot in tho vain hope of macerating its toughened fibres, a fiords an unsavory and unpalatablo meal, which has taught many to loathe the very name ot mutton and abominate its very smell. On the contrary, not tho aromatic flavors of venison tho gamey richness of tho wild fowl, or the sweet juices of a Short-ho- rn sirloin, can surpass the virtues of Southdown marrow and fatness. It is sweeter to tho palate, moro digestible, and more nutritious, than any other variety of meat food. Journal of Agriculture. Time and Doctors' Hills wilt bo saved by altvnys keeping the Regulator In the House! For, whatever the sllraent may be, a thoroughly safe purgnUee, altrrnllro and tonle can never be out of place. The remedy la harmless and flora not Interfere with business or pleasure IT IS rOItEl.T VKOETAnLR. And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or Quinine, without any of the Injurious after effects. Which he guarantees to make up in first-clas- s style. Satisfaction gnat-anteeor no salo. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. PENNY Ever brought to this market. & McALISTER, AND SIIaVEmVAKE TheLAEGEST STOCK of WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELHY Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches. Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, "and Warranted. A OoTernor Testimony. Simmons liver Regulator has been in use in my family hr some time, and 1 am satisfied It is a valuable addition to the medical science. J. Gill Siioktxii, Coventor of Ala. Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, of (la., says. Have derived some bcnet from the use of The only Thins Hint never fulls to Ilellevc." nive usett many remedies tor Dys prpsia, 1 Simmons Urcr Uegulator, and wish to give it a further tiui. Affection and Debllitv. but never have .uim1 anything to benefit me to the extent Simmons Liver Kcculator has. I sent from Min nesota to UeorgU for lt, and would send further for such a medicine, and would advise an who arc similarly affected lo rive It a trial aa it seems the only thing that never fails to relieve. I'. M. Jannit, Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. T. W. Mason sayst From actual experience In the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in my practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use auJ prescribe It aa a purgauve mcdiase, i ljir St. Asapli Block, Stanford. . ,. PENNY & PHARMACISTS McALISTER 1 l u -- or-th- OTEIIE. HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. ALBION C , e, 1 PUBLICSALE HmCuurt-KuuMilo- . ,u.t. toiutorla-blailvellln- i!, -- W a never-rsin- Ooe-thl- rJ .., 1 m 1'osrs-to- i IIOUNKI Afflicted, Attention HIGGENS i Ws fi ROBBED three-nuftrie- st re 191-- 1 Sinfix ST.ASAPHHOTEL lr. .coy-tainiu- PER ati-- iti, '1 z , T V Friday Morning, November W. P. WALTON, 17, 1882 EDITOR The National Orange la In tcealon at 347. and .12 State ire reiirerent The squeal of the dying porker Is now ul. The Interpol in the concern does not occasionty heard and the delightful odor of a P CD W 3P to hats entirely died out. steals through the the cooking spare-riSergeant John Hurley of Mtvvllle, kitchen window. who was wounded at Callettiburg d lit In? m Eld. J. L Allen preached a splendid u t rjrq ST 13 R the late troubles, by the accidental dl sermon last Sunday night. At it conclucharge of Ida pistol, died this week. sion Mr. Thomas Moore went forward and " to 1 Geo. Webb of Homtmet, ha iiwued P. made the good confession. O writ of injunction against the proprietor escaped The four colored convict that of the Skating Rink for allowing Ida aon from the camp on the Kentucky Ceutril, Charles to akate there and breik'hl rib have been captured with the exception of from falling. Ifagau Johnson, who la said to be a very The Coroner's Jury at Ashland hare bad negro. o S. cd found a verdict that the firing by the State -Mr. J. L Whitehead n making big ar O da OR troop wan wanton and reckless, and that CD Oi rangements for the holiday trade. At the Ma). Allen, In command, waa responsible T CO erf- usual time and at the uaual rates, he will t PL CD B" for the looa of life. of the Interior Journal tell the readers ri-- r B-CO The name ol Darren county ought to all about It. 2 D LiJ vu r be changed. Call It Fruitful or Prolific V W CD Trains on Ihe Knoxvllle extension will Sin conn If. It Is full of Wood and such a run through to Williamsburg on the 27th tr Democratic mast a wag never heard of in ages. Inst. " It is sttd that patenter tratna going any region. Yeoman Norllr will then atop at Ml. Vernon "twenty Messrs. Miller, Wiiam.es and George l'earce, a Fleming of Louisville charge that Greenup county boy, without assistance minutes for breakfast" CO -i fid P CD of London, is visitMr. Judge Judge Finley of tho Whitley Circuit, cultivated ten acres of ground, producing ing relative here tht week. Mr. John .100 buihel of corn; half acre of augarcane, was guilty of the most disgraceful -Pearl of Pikevllle, editor of thatepicy sheet, t c erf-at Williamsburg yielding 40 gallons of syrup and half acre the Pikeville Etiterpritt, it visiting friend S tr acta of CO of watermelons. CD CD on election day. With bowieknifo and relatives here. There is a good deal The vote In North Carolina is to clone of CO tnltrpriat about John. Dr. J. J. Brown in hand aud with pistols buckled between Bennett and Dockery, forCongrem. JO left Monday for Missouri. Mr. C. Pittman arouud him, he terrorized the negroes it will probably tike the of 2 era family yes- &, to H and swore that nono of them should ficlal vote of all the counties to decide tho left for the same State with his OM terday. Mr. Alf Burnett gave a good en- 2 Q Ul voto the democratic ticket. An effort result. The chance, however, seem to faOCT? tertainment to a large audience in Ihe 8-fl S. will ho mado to investigate tho matter vor Bennrtt (Dem.) by 500 majority. p-fWednesday night. here The upheaval result a to ihe PennCD in the U. S. Court, and failing, tho " CO id Si CD RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. sylvania delegation In Congress in chang Stato Courts will take cognizance of ing it from CO CO nineteen republicans and eight -Atameellng of the Knights of Honor A r ! U H 00 the alleged reprehensible conduct of democrat to sixteen republicans and -i - Ka in Huttonville, Nov 3, at their lodge-rooFinley. twelve democrats, and the democrat have 1882, the death (if Bro. R W. Bradley CD captured the lower house of the State Leg- waa announced. CD P1 The latest returns show that cd S-CD ljCO A committee was appointed to report will havo six and tho democrats islature. 03 Joseph Spanld!ng,a farmer Heinz near resolutions expressive ef the great lo of THOMAS LAUnUNS JONES. four of tho Congressional delegation Rane, Indiana, knocked his eon and wife the order in his death: whereas, It. W. p- CD To those who know the honorable of Virginia. Tho motherof Presidents CD senseless with a whlflle-tre- e and then cut Bradley was a charter member of Huston-Titl- e jjentlexnan, it is tho work of eupeiflu-it- y and of Statesmen seems destined to their throats with a S O -jo CD razor. He closed the Lodge, No. 233 K. of II. and has been p 3 to place his name under this very sink still lower in public estimation tragedy by severing his own jugular. His cslled away by death: Therefore, Haolrtd: p tL-WPi 'excellent portrait, but liko the boy, and be known for her degraded condi- mother-in-laa few hours afterward dis- That we bow in meek submission to the uu ui .who drew somo pictures and placed O to Ul tion instead of occupying tho proud covered the three dead bodies on the kitch will of the Almighty and Allwlse Ruler, en floor. Mm hence, to be with us who hath called beneath them, "This is a House" position that for one hundred years M i Senator Vest, of Missouri, sap: I in our Isboit and councils no more forevsr, and "This is a Cow," we do so for tho made her citizens honored and re -think with Carlisle for Speaker, John G. we will each bear in gratelul remembrance, Si sake of thoso who have not sufficient spected of all men. JL o p CD &Q Thompson of Ohio, for Sergeant-at-arms- , his fidelity, klndnerw and wisdom. W mJ appreciation of art to distinguish in Stenger of CO Clerk, tendei his Afteh a long and continued ef- of Georgia,Pennsylvania, for and the Field ly RetdMtl, that we hertilyour sympathyfami-in It may be claimed by . telligently. CD Postearnet assurance of for Doorkeeper, O Mj CO thoee who believe that Gov. Black fort to find out the vote of Owsley and master from the PaciGo Coait, there could this sad hour when they were called to P- SOO Jackson, we have learned from Col. not be ony grumbling as heretofore. The give up for all limr, one so dear, so faithful burn hast been rather prolix in the parCJ rr on f4- - L3 and true to all the relations nf life. Jiaolved, that a copy of this paper be & doning bu3ine, that thero is too A. R Dyche, of the Mountain Echo, entire delegation from mr Stale, save one, sent to the family n( the deceased and 00 P1 W CD 'fnuchphilanthrophy and sentimental-ity-displaye- d that Ewell'a majority is 387 in the J is for Carlisle." 1 Wolford's msjoritr is about 2,200. The time be published in Interior Journal. CD M former and 347 in the latter county. j, Geo. F. Peacock, in the handsome &CP9 following are the niembera'elect of the next W. 11 WILLIAMS, 1 Committee. Taking this as correct, Phil Thomp- Kentucky given above, but wo can eay this 1st . delegation: District, J. M. Cook, for Col. Jones, that while be can be son's majority is 872; not so bad for an Turner, D.; 2J, James F. Clay, At a meeting of the Ladies Aid SocieD; 3d, John E. Halsell, D.; Jib, T. as tender aud as gentle aB a woman, he off year. CD ty of the Presbyterian Cnurch of Stan- feOps o CD "i S-- M can aUn bo as stern aud as unyielding the last election bad have been n. Robertson, D; 5th, Albert S. Willis, ford, on the 10th day of Nov. 18S2, the d CO as a tiger, as Judge Becknrr and for president and the States had gone D ; Cth, John G. drlisle, D.; 7tb, J. C. S following resolution were unanimously O T i h. Blackburn, D: 8th, Phil. B. Thompson, D; a O SO leeti-vffft adopted . (.Charley Jtincaid can in sorrow as they did, the electoral vote which 9lh, W, W.'Culbertaon, PJ lt;10lh, John D Whereas, God in his Providence has We will therefore remark to those is now 101 would havo stood 310 dem White, R; 11th, Frank Wolford, D. O taken from our midst Mrs. John M. who contempluto "killing their man" ocratic to 91 republican and readjust The Legislature of Georgia elected Hon. a useful and beloved member ol S O CO with the hope of obtaining a pardon er, and tho Louisville Commercial Pope Barrow to succeed Hon. B. II. Hill in this Society, who died at her home in Stan w CD O CD JnXjx the United States Senate. His principal ford, Ky., Nov 3, 1882, and " CO O from him when he gets to bo governor, consoles itstlf by remarking: But then During her protracted and Wjifreai, ' opponent was B. H. Hill, Jr., son of the painful illness her christian character was is rather a dangerous business for it was not for president. dead Senator, who declined to accept the even more clearly revealed than during more reasons than one, and which are on appointment as successor to his father when the period of health, for in the sunshine Folger was in a smash-uof life, christian integrity may be con- - P Q not now necessary to be stated. Col. the Hudson River R. R. Tuesday, but tendered him by Gov. Colquitt. Barrow Is spicuous but it is only when the shadows BSTo JodIsTT we are' correctly informed, e years old, and a representative darken the horizin that the faith and for pr In another little escaped unhurt. g.p of the young democracy. His term will CD was" born in South Carolina in the smash up a week before he did not expire March the 4th, 1883. For the long tltude which mark martyrdom stands confessed, year 306 b. c. We do not think there fare so well as ho was buried clear out term, beginning on the same day, ex Gov. Jutolnd. 1. 1 hat we recognixe in II e char r can bo auy doubt about the date since acter of Mr McRoberls much that is love of sight by a man named Cleveland Colquitt was chosen. qly and worthy of imitation. She was mod we have heard of him as a candidate According to Prof. Pickett's report as est and sincere, combining the purest and fend two hundred thousand others of lor governor ever since we were a litSuperintendent of Pnblic Instructionjust simplest delicacy of feeling with the mor. his 3 's " ny m - u t?k mi m tle boy and we are getting "along Issued for the year ending June 30th, 1881, al courage of a steadfast faith. m is estimate! that thero will bo the number of school Jfcofrcf,Z.TIi!UwbII6we bow suDimwtve 2 p Q districts was 0,244, a aumflly Jn years,! the first thing to this trying rrovidence ol Uod wuo &T you know. Then he has served two fifty contested election cases in tho gain of C9 districts. The number of chil- Uoelh all things well, we feel our loss most M- - CD O House of Representatives next Con dren enrolled was 483,404, a gain orer the keenly and will sorely miss from our circle 6 terms iu Cougress, and during tho war uH previous year of 4,830. The highest at- the presence and connsel and helping D- - O fought, bled and died for his country gress, inere will always be contest tendance reported was 238,440, showing a hands of nur deputed stater. mx Uuolttd. 3 1 hat while resolutions ol re inside of a Yankee prison. Colonel ed cases by the icore so long as tho decrease of 0,918. The difference between ptct can avail nothing to perpetuate her contestants are allowed full pay duJones now lives BtNewporl, when bo the number of children icporled to the memory which win lire in mow guvu law ought to Superintendent M O CD an.l that reported to the deeds that derive their brighest hue from is not in the mountaiusmaking speech- ring the contest. The faith, yet that it may be Auditor for the year was 75,037. The to- her true chrl-tia- n gP es fur Tom Henry, and is there dubbed be changed. known that thia Society does pot fail to ap- o Tillman of South Carolina the tal average per capita for the year wan preciate all that was lovely and noble in E. CD CD by an envious few as the Duke of that $2.24 an increase of 0.1G In the colored the life and character of this chriitian delectable little city. But badinage democrat who was unseated by Smalls, department for the same year, the number woman, this brief testimonial is ordered to HJ CD C3 is sent back to Congress; and Chalaside. Col. Jones is a really of school district was 804, an increased b'pr"d "pw pur minute, not that her I memory needs we inir honor it but that honorable gentleman, who will mers of Mississippi who was turned over the previous year of 31 districts. The ourselves by showing in a simple way our if he succeeds iu reaching the guber- out as a democrat coea back as a re nntuber of chllJren enrolled was 70,234, love of christian virtue and our affection natorial persimmon, make the Stato publican. Chalmers seems to be en- an increase of 3,670 over tho previous for the departed. 3. r n i ra year. The per capita for these years was an executive that will be an honor tirely without principle. CO 58 cents, an increase over the previous rrTGQ FA " and a credit to it. Ho has a good, Ul 2 rr The latest tablo mostly from offi- year of 10 cents. A veil IronroTfd MOUNTAIN FAIiM.cnnUlo strong following aud may be able to cial returns, gives the democrats 196 HJ M. In ONI-- HUNUKED ACUC8. with goo.1 dwelltog OARRARO COUHTY. achieve his highest ambition. Who members in tho next Hnuso and the houte saJ til nsceusry outbuildings sail Orchard, Lancatttr. in uarram couaiy, &; hi uun inimuiu vicu knows 7 artl. will La maid cheao. on miv tarmt. as tbs OVD republicans 129, a majority of G7. Two more weddings in the near fu aria about to DiaM la other LiMlnes. Apply on 8 O thsiireailwsor by letter to Since 185G, Iowa his been a re- Was there ever such a cyclone a that tore. OKO.lt. l'ATTEK, Crab Orchard, ICy, 'Is tht cold enough for you V Don't publican State, for tho moat part of November 7th, 1882 7 shoot. keeping a solid delegation of that M rr Cf iz Tho brick work on the new Bank Tin: Covington CommonwealUi, one rg party in Congress. Tho cyclono of 8 ':... building (1) has begun. of our most prized exchanges, has ad "" indignation against republican methMr, LaRue.Thouias has been talking Haflng concluded to rtmora taTezsi, I otter for kK ded several cubits to its statue, there ul uiy IM ods and jobs swept over the old Slato om rn Life Insurance to the boys for several days. ItVHhleuctt fc IIiihIbcmn by indicating that it is being patron 5 Tom Palmer sings Frill's Lullaby with last week aud four democrats are ized according to its well merited de- a great deal of expression since Sunday Combined In one. situated la the town of Crsb Or elected to the Lower Houso. Iu Illi chard. Kr.. on Lancuter street. The bulldlOK Is CD serts. MxV) feet sod connight. It's a girl and weighs ten pounds. twosad m CD nois wo gain four districts and iu Is 20x10, CO tain! to ill clgbt rooiui. The Six men met in the drug store of W. with couoters and abetting nlcelyand properly CD NOTES OP CURRENT EIENTS, a : jr Witcousiu for the first time sinco the with sll th outbuildings nereswry to C. Bailey Wednesday, and on comparing L. CO CD and lbs laslsol tbs luoat rulldlcui, and P. OU W Fremont campaign, a majority of tho CO John D. White's majority Is now put age it was found the aggregrate was 441 an abundant- of purs water for drloUng and .. boutehold puiiMtes.beautlfu! shads and fruit trees 55 CV Congressmen elect aro democrats. In- down at 1,683. adornlus sudbesullrrliiz th entlr DiruilKi. all j ears. a good and beilthy coudltlon. Any oue dtilr- Misses Mary and Kate Hemphill of In a The Kll-ldiana sends teu democrats to Congress, is$tat Winchester, nnd &y m re log curapyviTsiuauie retiuencs, miuqpk scier zr er end pruiprrout people, would do well to cell rr Nicholasrille, were at the wedding. Mr the republicans getting ouly four of 45 cents per $100 for general purpose. snd exsmlns th juruilM-- before purchasing ! The annual session of the State Grangtt Martha Crandsll and Mrs. Sallie Durham wuere. i cruia reasonable. the delegation, while Kansas and Coljohn r. NTKom:. of Kentucky will be held at Eminence of Terre Haute, Ind., are visiting Mrs. orado for tho first time since they December the 12 zi Elitibeth Smith. w 3 JO s.v HOT were admitted into tho Uuiou, elect There haie been 2,000 casea and 15 The marriage of Jas. C. Hemphill to democratic governors. We could deaths of yellow fever at Brownsville, Tex , Mir Bailie Curry as foreshadowed in my last, took place Wednesday in the presence continue this for a column but we ac- luce lha epedemic began. CO ") Taaaavar DarAEimtsT, Orrica or OourTaoiLaa or tus Cuhimkct, Gov. Um'erwond's paper, the Cincinnati of a large crowd of friends and acquaint tually get too full for utterance. TruVUamaoTuv, October 4, lesi. J Daily Hiiti, will appear next Mouday. Bu- ance. The ceremony was performed by Wiiians, By Mllifictory arldeocs preseoted to ly it was a "famous victory." M i! m H v. CD th underlined, It has beeu toads to WalJen, Thy were attended w Eld. rnett G, Logan will be managing editor. ti appear that lb No new case of yellow fever at Pensa- - by Mr. Hugh Logan and Miss Mamie Tub steamboat Grauite State which was pressed iuto tho service of tho cola and no death. This is the first cessa I'arriab; Mr. Jno. Stonue and Mias Alii "First National Bank of Stamford,' Dunn; Mr, Will O. Whmilt and Misa In t' ecltrol Stanford. In the count? of Lincoln State to convey the Militia from Cat tion of the epetlemio since September 3 At Bsriiesvllle, (la., Joe Cule, at tho Nellie Duncan. Adam Dunn, Solo. The audrl alsof Keuturtr, basoouipl'tdui wlU all Ihe oi me luiritea oisiuiei lue uuiivu lettsburg to Mayiville, has presented to Us coiuplled "lib twfurs sn exucircus, gave an elephant a chew uf tobacco. bridu wore an elegant dress of elect do blue iroTiiivua co 5. O mi (531 for transportation and The animal at once killed blm with hU satin and velvet, hat to match; terra cotta dation ehali b authorlied to coinmencs lbs a bill for baukln. tiititlur, Jeli Jay tool, Comptroller (500 for dainuges. This is pretty trunk. Served him right. gloves. Theluidesiuaids wore garnet satin ol Now,Curieucy, I. hereby the certify that th "Hrit du The democrats elect Htnry Raub Su- and velvet suits. Immediately after the NallonalllaukofMaururd.lnlhetlly of Htanfurd, sleep for bdh items, especially for tho iu tuouounty of Llucolu slid flial ef Kentucky, la damages sinco low than u half drzen perintendent of Public fiulriiclloii of III - ceremony the parly left for Danville in car- authorliediuto commence the boil nets of bankluf , ss proilded tecllua fllty-oliuudrrd and slaty- bullet holes were made iu the boat. Mil by 2,808 majority over his republican riage where they dined at Gllcher'. the ulne of th Usrliedbtitutceot lb United Btatee, CD ? P. P. In testimony wbrreol, wltucis luy ban J and coiuprtitor, Cha'. T. Htrattan. bridu and groom going thenoe to the EastQO mis tn aiyoructobvr, mw, The Auditor has therefore very wiso Governor-K'rr- t Pslliron of Pennsylvaern cities. Among the numerous, handJOHN JAY KNOX. Cowplruller of lb Currency. ly refused to pay tho bill till a com nia intend' to be surrouiidoil by religious some and ooatly presents' we notice a set of IN. lns.anti J H. Itocaxa, 1'reildcnt, ml ua. mittee can coofer with the Captain of j influences, Hit has appointed a prominent tllaitlimtsi atArii J W HciLirrsa, Cuhler, j Methodist minister hit private secretary, tteboat. a rings, from the groom; bedroom suit of Jciim J, McBobists, Ant. Caibltr Now that llio CungrcMional elections nro over, the mind of tho aver ago Ktntuckiaii nnturally turns to tho next clmnco ho will have to exerciso lii grnml prerogative) as an Amoricau citizen ami by doing so turn up an bonot cuny as tho caso may be. Thi beiug the fact and having hallooed ourselves hoarse over tho grand results of tho pat week, wo pander to the tasloa afuretaid and launch out into tho canvass for Governor. At pres 'ent'thero aro but tbreo candidates for theihoBorcd position: Hon. T. Liu rens Jones, Hon. Proctor Knott and our own beloved and popular choice, Hon. Michael Henry Owsley. Beginning with Col. Jones, becauto ago takes the precedence over beauty, we will give iu their turn excellent steel engravings of theso gentlemen, which wo have obtained by an enormous outlay of hard earned lucre, and hern 'you aro: Louisn Montaoub, who lays claim to being tho prettiest woman in America and who rode, around on an elephant in Forcpaugh'a circus advertised m such, seems to havo a hard road to travel. She says that the old showman promised her $10,000 lor tho season to so exhibit herself but has refused to pay it, thereby rendering necessary an appeal to tho laws. Be foro that case is decided she again comes before tho court, and swearing out a warrant against her husband, has him arrested for desertion. Ho swears be will stay in jail till the end of time before ho will live with her again, as any place oven at tho devil, is preferable to sojourning with a wo man who is a virago and a termagant. Louito surely must havo been born under an evil star, for wo haro never heard of her having any good luck but onco and that was when she got a little piece of skin knocked off her pretty leg In a railroad collision, for which she was allowed $500 dam Paulson's plurality ovsf tie republican csmll.Wle fur Governor of I'vnnvl".-n- 30,000 furniture service from lili mother; allvir water from the groomsmen and W. H. . BRUCE, WARREN & CO. AT TI I U"TiV I N FltONTN." Miller. wrun litre died at AaliUnd from llin rrsull of wounds rrcflffil from the fire of die inillli. Brave Hear, the Indian CMef who mnrilrrrit a wlilie nun, wm hung at Yank Fife MT. VERN6N DEPARTMENT ion, I). T, Weilnenlar- - Sam. M. Burdett. Editor. This la WlnUr weather. Owalcy county gave Kwell about 387 mJorU. Jacason county gave Kwsll 605 votes; Thorn non 158, Kwell's majority GLAD TIDINGS Read Carefully tho following Statement ov NTiuinoitN FArr.s TUB FIRM OF t fKEnSS P S U21 go t 5 IM AM InIInatoli, n I .88. J hi rs W c M Welsh, Wiseman Will b dlawlrrd January I, IMJ, on member, at & Co., . 5 81 p nPp rr 3 DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, q g r ass, ws 2 TXJ&xrr go 3QV.Y,' At "In Very IVIany Cases Under Cost. XI-IIC In flew of tbli chines, w lesil.ofthe Itrni hit ln( determined TO (10 WKIT propoMlo tkuwoutour itorkin And te accomplish Ihli, wllldlipoesof II We havs from $11,000 lo 1 10,000 In &w3 tjs B5 New mid DvNirablc Fall mid Winter OooiIn gokli thil wsir trjlntodli- tleiutmbcr It Is not Ihelill - ead olnln-ko- t hrlllK I.AIltlMr AND llANInoMMr nTOCK In Dinfllle, rere tly urthaeed In ihe Kaitern Matkels all oof 'Inner coniplele and eltmou ill unbroken, In II rti iloovli we hires lary Itoek ofl'liln and llrocede Velte , siltmant Hllta. sli'iUrClothi,f!4hmrres, voriipicre nneeoi iioviery, ijmi ei and (leota' t'h.lrr- AC., in ine newreisnti moil areirsoieiuauci. wear snd r ancy uoovit leneraiiy. i oe lanreii ana m mi compiet itors or ToMctltlcelo this wsy poesor.bultliswticeulbT "Cn ii" o o otK'(D P t- & thirteen-year-ol- d 8g IjtiiilcHiidO'Iilltircsi'HhhocM ut I'lgurcH Hint 1VII1 AHleulHli All o Prl ag.Ei bull-dozin- Jog ? gP P oO P t Klrf ml line l Cilwl Who prlr them (lent,1 1'lothi. Umlnifrnand Kill at a pieUIr iiunuiociuiers- - pric-- e, ThaVhllY CliOlcmritylreand .ulltln ol UiIIomi, Uettont, Hheillox-- , the mean!. You ellltOei'l in Irani-n- il o(hami, Ac., el prlcee hltl.ert.i pall oriererj nrln true.'" h iKToubur. W'e will mike Nil NKW AtOIUNTiJ.onlr our old frlen-- "Irleil and .in prompt, wlU ws credit until Jsnuirr lit we know to be lilt nars uen uiiuuiir Ai our liualnew muil lx wound un la Ihe neat (I dan ail Foil CASH snd MUsf IIIIINO CA-I- I. who owe ui are earnestly reieied tocall and settle. Iron'i throw awsy thlseppirinnlly of lami In IIKIA1W any orrered heretofore. your lupplle, at prices fr WELSH, WISKMAN A 0. JFAJLiJLr- - SrfPOq Pi Nfi) iS court-hous- e Q1 Pip 0 Ww MO W SS.g'w Ma-hon- o p ii ef S ftoo Q P t m ef H Qo1 P 5 A ANNOUNC'MENT. -- j- tb P p cf P 2 ?9D asswrs u. sUY rs i !.. Ihi-r- c ac- , CHENAULT, a E R 3f C?? ef i; ? ?Z ai KP SEVERANCE & CO. & IlavcJiiMt rccclici! n rry mock feat-,ure- 3P of O-c- ar If H-- r-- y. MQh p m ffK w 0 FALLANDlrVINTERDRY a ii o 0 P ef Po rpTionsrs, P GOODS. - p if forty-thre- CLOTHING, p PffrfB1 BOOTS, SHOES, spQiH-asy p ?e2 s Pi f&S oi BSp.P .- pp - H fellow-citizens- r It B eiTJotre. C -U Hats, Trunks, H ' PP-Pj S- - PP r P high-tone- jFOIt NAJLK! ; This is one of the Largest Stocks w.POQ l, that we have ever had, and in it will " .SS and S.J.e?gt8W be found many new publicdesirable goods. "We invite the 9 generalSBfi'W K V ly to come and inspect our goods and cf !& MP P'd learn prices before buying elsewhere. " efS ef - Wftgil P. H i Valis&s, &c, t&c. 1 t 4 x FOR SALE! store-roo- m Heire, jj k a p $Z& o r r m THE BOOKWALTER 1'OUTAKIVI ENWINE. SA.VE !8p f n " P ri 532. fff bqib. F b a c n(J C E1WS o o B B SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. AND DURABLE I In fid, tlier la no Engine that squa' It for Hrlco Hlnipllrl'y. Durability Ju.t TIIKhNdlNKtoPrlie ml Kelisbta Work. II Is eJBBt'eQL PRINTING PRESSES aBLLLsHssai i CORN x sr.tfg rV1 1 SHELLERS, tr First National Bank. I aS affff v 2 Wood ftnwN, Cotton GIlIN, Corn MJII.h. L(Hfu! BsBs.m KleTutorH, u w Jee .. si l.RF r " go P & fii FoimI Mills, X'rcMNCN, Hay sp t! il CreiiiucrleN, Call Hi The Interior JouriiHl KhkIhch In TiUtllCN, &. y& o Olli-- hhi! ucooue ofllio dCNlrHble eiicrallou. KutueiuLcr every KuKlue IntM our KimrHHtee. IteHd II i a o W lay to sll piirchiMri that wsguaranle our uok waller Eo(lnea to b well aud (uUtanllaJly uiidr; IoImmIo, iliupie, durable and complete In mint rut lion; to work well ind lire tlan full rower claimed wbea prooeily altaelil and iiianag I. M luaka I lie nUiie (Uarsutee. and aell on tbt follow Inicondllloui, ela. will lle tlispurchawrlbe Oil SOdayiafler th irrlnluf tbs Knglne lo sirs It af.tr and eailiractory IrUI; luriHilbEulDelslalncoiiisnploouriiisrjile. ws wiliuka Utk lbs Knulne, refund ttry dollar on theKiisne, proddid the punhaser rslurbs Ihe KhsIds to his uearee' r.tlrosd atatfou, sod lesiei it aublrct toluruolrr bi Ihec Ml ol wtdSUday,' trial, Urulnly no man could a k fgr a wore llbsr.lder and coalra 1 n !,:, as f' Z 4 S!Iur sVi-ll- o o Mitflu uiiln and lloller UurM I'uwer ww, liMr KjllllriS BW IliJlMlf wriatv K.I rvtn Holtor Iocr KojilotaoUtxixl fuwtr LOOK AT OUR PRICES .. tjr,.r..f .. . t 2I 00 for further Information and deKrlpllfpuphlit, 03 tr DellerdouirialKIrlUnald, .. t. .... ww.... Olil-- i - SU 0U .. 110(H) laOuu sJdroea th wiuufacturen, ts-ii- JAM K lEI'lr TL A CO., SprlHgHeld. Obit). ( 3 iai Oo to the "Twin Fronts." received LANB, STOCK ANO CROP. QTAlTS'OIir), Friday Morning, Hran new llne of Cloakijtist icy. 17, 1882 at Kr ! 1 P aas.aa November I7l A Fnrait OrarcrtK every Tiirmhy and McAIIaterAIlrlKht'a. m i i I n. iocn me Hon card. "wivr rirrtKH foot anow In Minnesota for the Utile cold snap here. trains Hnrlh 111....... Mlllon INn.y wild lo D N Prewtll 10 head 3451b hngs at fl cents. Miller A Francl, real estate agents, aold to Jame Rlre of Madison, Oils New-ln- d' farm of 102 acre ner Crab Orchard, for $4,100. The Country Omlltmnn, the best grl NEW FALL AND OF &0 AT- - WINTER STOCK DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FUMISHINGGOODS.HATS.BOOTS.SHOES, t 10. Mnt.u A McAliater. . LOCAL NOTICES, Jlinr I'AiJcwoflVnnj M"K"rA,Hn,T;;Uionofllk,n',' ' Watch m, Clocks am! Jewelrr repaired and warrante.1 bj I'ennv A MeAllster. FAi.i.lnt of KfltlrrV HIhim Jim 1 ami for sal at J II AH. II. rihanki. . ftlteet Music, Vocal ml In. atrumental, for 10 cent at IVnnr A McAl-latn. 8TAN1.ARI) i rvLt!"llVtk.of MoAliater, window Ule.,all sl.es. .!l,lck I,M for flu1,f .' nnv anew lotof cloak, for la- dies and children and a fine lot nf J. H, A II. Shank. Orkat KitiCCTloK In sheet mualq 60, 76 ami $1 tniinc now aold at 6 ular alt an J on Rood piper, at Mcltoberl A BlagjV I witt. sell at the lata residence, of Cliaa. I Harris, on Friday Not. ill, lila entire personally, consisting; of lite Hock, farming utensils, Ac Ac. J. II. Owsley, Admr. JlW received a cnt. lit. PERSONAL cultural paper published, I always a welSror at W. II. and wt) the Jew. come visitor to this office and we would el ltanga and Open Front Parlor Blovea. advise farmer lo take It. We will receive Waxtfii (5,000 Turkey. Will pay high, subscribers for It at $3, or will send It with eat rnaaket price In cash. A.T.Nunnelley, the Interior JounNAtfor $5. niinfonl, Ky. Lkxinoton Court. Aliout 400 head A mrHiiiT train waa wrecked near Klnga of cattle on the market, and very few vf Mountain thla week, causing great dealruc. Chcee good one. Ctttle brought In the Hon of cara and engine. main 4 cents, a very few going aa high a Tub track of the I A N. haa reached 4 eta per pound. A good many remained tl'til iiiiiianuiturg and regular trains, we are over unsold. The mule and horse market told, will be put on Nov 27th. to that point waa active. Broke mule aold from $12-In $175 per head. Fat hog were bringing Wis runi.tail ahorl notice of death from 0 to CJ cents, and were not as active free but for obituaries, resolution! of rea- a they have lieen heretofore. ped and article of that character a nomicattle are Arm, nal charge of 5 cent per line ii made, common In only fair demand. The latter NoTicr, There I miming from our file are quoted at $1 75 (o $1 75; good to choice copy nf the laaue of Nov. Sib, 1878. We butcher, $4 to$47Ci common to choice will fend the Intkrior Joun.iAt three shipper, $1.25 lo$0; stockers, $375 to $1. moiilha free lo I he peraon furnlihing ua 40. Hogs seem to have a downward ten dency. Beat shipper and aeltsted butch wllh It. era sell at $7 lo $7.27; fair to good packers, Juixib Owsley went lo Liberty yeiter-da- y $0.05 to $7; common, $5 CO to $0.35. Sheep to try a writ of knUi corpui for ball are In fair demand at 2 to 4(; lamb 4 to aued out by one Crockett, who la In jailfor 6 cent. the murder of otd man Wood at the LINCOLN COUNTT. election. WW Bbmi-Wbekl- y ILYTIjtE'iS.. ForSalel ... Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. W. Cor. Main and Lancaster streets, Stanford, Ky. CASET COUNTT. HKVT MIVHtTIHr.aHITtt. Ail-gu- at aM complete line of furniture and -- On Tuesday evening it White Oak, the hoiife.furnltlilng gooila Kenerally;oil painting, chromoa, frame, Ac , may lie found at of Mimes Nannie and Sallie MlMMATTIKNUM.1RI.tET !i YisIlinK B. K Wearen'a at any lime. Price very Itetherford prepared for them x social enlier aunl, Mn. I'. P. Nunnellev. tertainment. The chapel waa beautifully Mm. Mart McHtnor of Lebanon reaaonahle. Cull. oirua up yeterdsv to visit her brother Canned Oooi. We carry the largeat decorated in appropriate emblems, with IUt. 1.8 McKIro,. and mwt eelect atork of canned good In flower and evergreen. Q.ulte a number of waa present lo at toil the high ap Minn Krrin Wahren, who ha Uen the city, ami are prepared lo olTer extra friend teaching school near Highland, returned Inducement by dozen or cue. California preciation in which the young ladle were held in the community, and lo bid them home Wednesday iullj lick. goodaarpccialiy. McAliater A Bright. farewell on the eve of their departure for n Mm. Oex. T.T.dAiiRARiiof Hoi Tiiievbi are getting entirely too their new home In Texas. Among the returned home jestenlav after a numeruua In Ihrae part. The other night atrangers present were Mis Jennie Uslley ahorl vtslt to her children here Hon. O. A. Lackey lort a fine hog; O. C. of Tennessee and Mr. H. Johnson of MissouMim JIelle Otvcia and Mr. l)t Kd Alcorn of lluitonellle were guest of their Olvenatwoand one gentleman who allied ri. Messra C. C. Withers and J. W. Stone. a fine one and left It on the roof of hia In their polished and gentlemanly manner. aliler, Mra. Capt. W. F. McKlnney. e tocool, awoke next morning to entertained the guest in a way that might Mrs. W, O. Paiik, who haa been visit-In- g find all gone except the backbone. A few hare done credit to more experienced relative here for some weeka, returned dorea of lead well administered, will put an hand. T. to her home In Missouri Wednesday. end to audi work. Wk ntuurrlo learn that 'Squire n Near HcCormati't Church, A Tiiub Fiait SrOHT, Little Naunerle The squeak of the dying hog Is heard Huberts, an honored and worthy clll. ten of Crab Orchard, la confined to hit bed Campbell, jutt ten year old, waa fiihlng In the lend. all alone a day or two aince on the ferry, Oo to Mr. John Bailey's store at and nut expected to recorer. for cheap goods. Juikic V. O. IlAltET was' wheeled boat at the principal landing of Ilockcaalle Wm. McComack, Jr., returned from down town In hia Invalid chair yesterday, Springa. She "aet out" the reel pole and the first time be haa apparel lnce hit Ug held a common one Directly ehe caught Casey Tnesdsy, where he has been buying a large 4 Hi. white Salmon, while in a few shoals. He purchased SO averaging 111 waa broken several months ao. Pike curled the lb , at CI to 0 cents Dr. J. 11.8. Fniamr. ol Montlcello haa momenta more, a We are indebted to Mr. II. T. received auch an earntat appeal front the other pole down the river With unusual for citlient of Klrkstlll to return there, that preoence of mind, ahe jumped Into a amall report of the aale of Daniel Stagg on the be haa decided to do so and will remove boat, rowed afler and reeled In thla gameat 14th: Fat bogs $0 75 per hundred; small of dull. 8he la Invariably aucceMfill and a Iionws$i0 to $05; yearling cattle 4 thither about December 1st, 5 cts. Mim Julia Lovaxof Mayavlllr, who true follower of link Walton. A little child of Mr. McBee is dead of haa been the (ileal of MI i'snlhca McKln. Nr.vrn too Late to Menu In Mr. whooping cough. Steve Kelly, an old darto visit Mra. J. 1807, Mr K.llie A. Hlgginiof Crab Orny; "eft with her key of about 80 yean, diet! last wk. He H.Siuia at Flemtngsbiirt;. .Mis Lovel la a chard, ablalnetl a divorce from her huhnd. moat loeable young: lady nnd la a decided Judge John A. Illirgin, and for fifteen hsd many white friends who visited him while sick and carried him delicacies to favorite here long yeara they have lived separate and Mr Waller CitK.iAUtTor Fort Bcott, aiart, meeting occasionally aa strangers. eat. Mrs. Hopper, wife of Itjv. It. Hopixr Kansas, returned lioiuo ycterday. Ilia But the hearts that truly love never forget of Lebanon, Is on a visit to her Wall here waa loaectlre subscription to hia and these two being no exception, they de Mrs. El Carter. Her friends are very National Hank atock there which I to be cided lo correct the mistake of their lives orry to learn that she la in very bad 1 from (50,000 to $150,000. Increased by petitioning the Court to net aside the health. Mr. 7. Hughes In on a visit to hi aurplua fupd It no $10,000. judgment of divorce, which was done on daughter, Mrs. W. F. Royalty uf Middle, Mus. W. II. AxueimoN and family Wednesday last and the twain resumed burg. left Wednesday fur Ilarer, K., where their former relations of man and wife. I wish to contradict the statement that her buaband la In the mercantile business They are both getting along simply In is going the rounds that your correspondand where they will, much to the regret of years now, but In romance they aeem as ent I a preacher. Now, It does not necea their frienda here, tnaVs their future homo "youog aa they used to be.'!, arlly follow that because Ihis newt conies MIm Carrie Lytle accompanied them, but Change hmSkin? from near a church, the Informant must be on a wlait. Cam the Ethiopian only goee a preacher. Banish the thought! I am The Louisville Qmmtntal tells a long LOCAL HAT TTRS. not a preacher nor would I be one for story of a while man who commenced 9 $1,000. Now indeed can I sympathise U,,IIun; turning black In spots, which spread until with the slandered Mary Jane aa ehe do. Tun Kink night and J 't you forget hia formerly fair akin waa chiagrd to that verve. It. of Ethiopian hue. A cise just the reHighland. here. Uncle lewis FHHII LINK of heavy iwOa at E. P. verse I Sore rye and whooping cough are epHoeker, born a black a the ace of spades, Owatey'a. idemic here now, commenced to turn white when In hi 221 New lot of Cloak a and Dolman Mt Che- The funeral sermon of Htyden Ling year and now In hit 82d year be is, barring which waa l have ben preached at Wm. naull, Severance A Co'. aeveral black spot on hia face, by far the Long' next .Sunday hat been postponed 1 Piano, In me t a whitest man in town. Hi akin la aa soft For Sale A No. i. because of sickness In Loot's family. Mitt aa a woman' and Is apparently free from abort lime, Addrem Ihla office. Mary Young' funeral will be preached at general health ha always disease. Hit Mt. Morlah, Sunday by Eld. M. Owena. Just received by J. W. Hayden a lar, been good and although John Butt sold to Wm, Cash one yoke new lot f CJoaka, Dolman and 8ariut. now, he u villi able lo do a full, lair day s of oxen for $72 50; J. F. Rigney sold to large aale of landed eatale of The work. same a lot of corn at $2 per barrel. Rev. Shanks, deed., will occur at Crab Orchard E. E. Bonta ha moved to hi circuit near UARRIAOES. Mis Susie Shellon, of Boyle county, Harrodaburg after selling part nf hit corn A I.AHOK variety of cook alovea, heating of Missouri, on at $2.2) and balance at $2. The house and atovea and grate juat received by A, Ow- wasViarried to Mr. Ott, eight acre of land that lie left can be had Tuesday last. elty. Low prices. Oin. Abe Buford was at Crrb Orchard low by calling on H. P. Young. O. M. Young is still confined to his Juht Keceiveii new plcklea In bulk, Ihit week, we learn for the purpose of g fresh oat meal, cracked wheal, hominy, married. But he didn't; and thereby bed with fever. II. P. Young and E E Young are talking nf moving to Madieon. mince mi at, Ac. McAliater A Bright. hangs a tale. At Owlngtvllle, Ky.,onTueday morn Capt. John Morgan of Madison and famMr. W. K. Carson oflera his dwelling ily of eight children Is here and will with excelami bunine. house for rent for the next Ing last, Mr, Oeo. V, Jonei, a very lent young business man of McKinney, a Mr. Quisenberry and wife leave for Kansas year. Call on or address him at Stanford. married to Mtaa Bettie Young, the pretty on the 23d. Mis Elita Young wilf also Nineteen Idlota and harmless lnnallca and amiable sister of Mr.' E. T.Young of accompany them Dr. Davit of Tennessee, have been brought before the circuit court this county. Wo wish them a ton ivyaoc and Dr. Barber have formed a partnership. thla Ktalun, An allowance of $75 each over life' billowy tea. Crab Orchard. per year it made them by the State. Alf. Burnett played before a crowded DEATHS. houso last night at thla place. You bad better call on II, C. Rupley and Mr. Emma V., wife of Eld. B. II. Mr. Fields, living on Judge Saulley' get your Winter suits, at the season aeemi editor of the Apostolic Timet, it dead. farm near town, cut hit foot with an ax to have set In in earnest. He keeps only while splitting wood a few daya ago and ia the beat goods and charges reasonable REUBIQU5. in a critical condition. price. At a meeting of the Methodist EpiscoMias Bettie Djoroa it visiting the Circuit Court adjourned yesterday after palian at New York, the Kentucky Mi we Noel or Lancaster. J. Q. Ballard nearly a month' eesslon. Commlrsiontr made were $5,000 for the Slate and of Danville was here Sunday. Judge of the Jury Fund, A. H Penny, tell us $2,700 for Lexington. Burch and family have moved to their that the cost of the Juries) during the term IUt. N. B. Johnson of the Biptisl firm near Stanford. waa $1,060. Chureb died In Madison county Monday, Uen. A. Buford of Louisville, wa the Qbn Wotrono la going lo adopt General aged 01. He was pastor for several year guest of hia relative Mr. M. Oormley, thla Jackson' way and ride to Washington on of the Crab Orchard Church. week. We know a rich joke on. the Uebtr-a-l, Several year ago Mia Cornelia Kout, horseback, and the Columbia Stclator raya but faithfully promised not to put hlffi he will tiae the animal presented to him by daughter of Iter. O. H. Kout, commenced in the paHjra this time. teaching a fw colored children who met on hi Louisville friends. Some of our young uen take their Sunday afternoons at the parsonage. Tie glrla lo church with marked regularity, e On the cupola of the y eater, School outgrew it quarter ami it now held and reem vry happy as they walk along, day morotng, there were as distinctly por- at the Presbyterian church. It now num faying, perhap, lo themielves, "I'm to trayed In the frost aa if done by the hand ber 75 or 80 scholars, and give emuloyj glad Stlvatlonl free," but wail until a of an artist, a large neat with two birda ait. meni wan eiacient corps of teacbert. show pome around and that pxr girl, oh, ting on It, a couple of old women and the' IWoosHurd Sun. wheie It she? At home, and her gallant letter X. Tley were viewed by a number Eld. J, A. Harding In the Ootptl beau enjoying the ahow. of cltliens till the ray of the sun blotted ait down pretty heavily on religious them out forever. convention In general and the rwent annuLocal Market. fa' alum or Town FuoreiiTV. Special al convention of the American Chriatlin Below are the ruling prices for provisCommissioner, T. P. Hill, Jr.. aold to Jaa. Society at Lexington in iwrilcular. He say ions, Aa, In Stanford: Beef-ro8010 Crow, the Dennis carriage shop and lot for it waa ouly a fro0 which coat over $5,090 cent'; steak, 10c.; bacon shoulders, K'Jc; $425. W.H. Miller, real estate agent, in Individual traveling expenses, when the tldes,20o.; htms,20c; Uour,$2.7503 60; corn sold 1) acre of Mra. Mary Logan' lot to 11. collection yearly do not amount to more $2 25; meal, 75a. but ; cati, 60c.) cofMr, E. It. Chenault than that turn. Bro. J. It. Warren it In fee, 12120a, brown sugar, 10c.; white, 12) O. Warren for $900. haa aold hia hpuse now occupied by Mr. J. full sympathy with the spirit of the cents; lard, 18o, toplaava, 76080c; Irish whch we cannqt publish owing to Its potatoes, 40a. per bu , sweet potatoes, 75c; J. McRobetti to Mn. Lottie Holme for length, tven lo oblige him. $1,800. bbl., $2, buttsr, 253 eggs, 20c.; salt by Miw Sallik Manchester, (Inno It tlaltlng In Futtand - White Oak School. class-mat- e Man-chat- meat-hom- III-rat- le cts;2-yetr-ol- d 1 m " 1 n ' V i o-- cr four-scor- e gel-tin- m appro-priatlo- Libert. J. Clay II. own killed a deer the day after the election that weighed 320 pound. It waa the largeat one that ha been killed In thla county for a number of years. The Ittilroad Committee for this coun ty met at the Iail Saturday. I enclose proceedings handed me by Chmn Qeo.EStoneiCommlttee appointed loobtaln the right of way through Casey county for the Cincinnati, Green River and Nashville e in Liberty, It. K. Co. met the Nov, 11, and report were made by the variout tub committee of their progress In obtaining right of way, donations of lie, timbers, material, Ac. The report were very favorable and fudging from them there will belittle or no trouble In obtaining the right of way on either of the contemplated routes through the county, and liberal donation of material necessary for the construction. The committeemen from all parts of the county were present and the people generally seem to be awake to the importance of doing ail in their power to secure the road through the county, a large majority favoring and desiring the river route. The committee adjourned to meet again next Saturday to make a final report, and they desire and invite the president of the road, Mr. E Zimmerman, to be present at their next meeting. In Auguat last Casey county voted republican, but on the 7th of thla month she came lo the front with 101 majority for Wolford. We all aay nilh one voice, Praise the Lord. Casey is again a democrat county, and we have every reason to believe that she will remain democratic and give Judge Owsley a majority of 1,200 at the next Auguat election for Governor. In fact we expect to give him a solid vote from thla county regardless of party or politics, and you may depend upon it he I dead sure to be our Governor. The Carr ia off the track and so bsdly wrecked that it will never be able to reach Washington City. Iteports.have reached here that the Carr haa gone into the Mammoth Cwve to spend the remainder of his life in solitude. No wonder, bit own county went back on htm to the tune of 1.250. Since the election new reached thla place our republic in frienda have been low down,but the democrats have been jubilant. On Thurrday night we celebrated the election of Wolford by firing anvils, skyrockets, Roman candles, Ac. Good crowd in town snd all enjoyed It. On last Friday night Judge J. B Stone and hia esti mable lady gave a hop In honor of General Wolford, which eclipsed any thing that has taken place in onr social circle this Fall. There were about thirty of our young folks present; the evening waa love ly and the music made by Messrs. Frank Warriner, Col. J. W. Whipp and Dr. O. H. Mcltoberts, was rapturous. The dance began at eight and continued until one, and we have never seen young folks enjoy themselves so well at they did on Iba't occasion. Judge and Mrs. Stone have the heartfelt thanks of all that were pres ent for their unbounded hospitality. May they live long and ever be happy. On Saturday night at dark the new reached here that all the democrats from Middle-bur- g would be here in torch-ligprocession. Oiir town was illuminated as if by magic from one end to the other, and at 7 o'clock Col. Howe McAnnich came in advance, a band of music next and behind them two hundred sound democrats, all bearing torches. The music was good and cbetr after cheer went up for Wolford and the democratic victory. Ourold town put on such a grand appearance that it waa hard to realiie that it was the same place. A bonfire waa brightly burning on the pub. lie iquare, and anvils were being fired that sounded like cannons aa the procession came into t6wn. They marched around formed a line In front of the the Napier Hotel and were addressed by Geo E Slone, Col..Howo .McAnnich, A. It. Clark, W. V.lteppert.A.B. Williams and your correspondent, All made abort speeches; after which Col. McAnnich an- Jiounced that tbey would march to the res idence of Col. Silaa Adam and give him a chance lo join the democratic army of the Lord, but when we reached there Col. A. wat not to be found, Tbe procession marched back to the public square and stDg "When I can read my title clear to mansions in the aklea' and disbanded. We hare never witnessed so grand an occasion In Liberty. It was truly a time of rejolo-toTbe democrala had a graud ratification at Mlddleburg, on Friday night; suppose your correspondent flora there will give you full particular. Court-house Court-lioiiaCourt-hous- Lincoln County Farm ! I hare sold ont my Itikcry and Confectionery business In Stanford snd would ss a Isvor If I offer for ssle rlvslely my farm of 871 acres sll persons Indebted to me would lake If lorwsrd snd entne on Ilia Itlver, miles Esalol Stanford, within settlastonce. Please att.n I loihl- a 1 II. I II AW HON. HEAL'TU'ULSOBUItlUXRESlliEXCK half mile of'lhenewto turnpike now being exIrons Stanford rrrsehrravllle. An from the dwelling lo the pike. cellent dirt-roaSituate.! V, mile Irtm Court-Usu- i, Stanford. Kr- - Ilulldlnga are brick and frame, wllh 10 rooms, with IV serrs of lard writ st In grsM and tins Well wslered with fine springs, aomsol themmed-Ir- sl fruits now In lull tirlD(, Ths hoiifi Is modern Including wster. Improvements ffrst-elss-s. In style, with four lares roomi, two halts, po'cbfa, the fencing. Terms liberal Addrem nr call on prtaata, klteh-- n snlcellar; slsoatabla snd sll necSuccessor to Paugherty A Holmes, n KN.NAKAII COOK.Ky. essary outbuildings. Call on stanlord, Lincoln county TIION HICIIAIIDH, Stanford, Ky. Mil 8TANFOHI), - KENTUCKY, Imp ortant . ! FOR SALE ii WM. DAUGHERTY MiHcricicaxra or Public Sale Stock, Crop, &c Intending to quit farming, I will offer at public aslson the firm whers I now reside, In llncoln eouolr, known as tbsLjtl plan, oi ths Hanging Fork and lbs Stanford pike, 4 miles from oo MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNBIDE, - Fine Carriages, Buggies, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, '82, The following pfopertr, Tit. SW head extrs good Ewea, all bred to ths best of Southdown ilircka, 3 thoroughbrsd Short Itora Cows, t Jeisr Cow, 2 thorought.rM Dull CsItm, 1 jrsrllsg Dulf, 1 extra Calves, a Steers, I jcarllog II ft It r, good family lions. 1 stare, 1 Mg work Mule, 1 Sulker, aom Plows snd a lot of llsj. I will also rent 200 Acreaof good O rax (ol which 60 are are frsah) until January 1st. 1883. Terms: -All sums of 110 snd under.ush over Ihst amouot, a ersdlt of SO days, Ibi purchasers giving bonda with approved tfcurlly, negotiable and pajsble at ths First National Ilauk ol Stanford. Mala to begin sis o'clock A. u. WM, H WIUIIAM. Propr. This Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND Its Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, AND PHAETONS, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. WAGONS "OF ""ALL KINDS. Ragfraga will be eoareyed to aad from thsdepot We manufacture Ciriitgei of 11 deacrlplloct, workmen and tiling employing oolr fint-cU- n free of charge, special accommodations to only flnt-clato Commercial Travelers. The liar will be rnttcrUl.nnJ wtl at reasonable ngurea ttjie. rorKtaamnipana raaieriaifytniio- alwaya supplied with the choicest SAM. IrAI'llllKHTl. un brands of Minors aad Cigars. el. X83X I VVLTlVATOIl I JIWD X883 COUNTUY GENIXEHAN! ma nasr or mi Agricultural Weeklies. XL'S'SaOlM'W? TheCouM j Gentleman la tho leading Journal ofMuertc n grcultur. In smount snd prsctl-cvalue of contents, In rxlsnt and ability of In quality of iiiwr and atylsof publication il. c .id I . tho FiHiT rank. It Is believed to Im no superior In either of the three chief dliltlonaof sfvSafilxLV -- MlMMLwf A W< T laCfciatT TO SITMAIBIXjIXSI! .an Farm Crop and l'roceacn, llorth culture, anil Frult'OrotrlnOt I.lte Block anil VntrylnO) While It alsu Includes all minor departments of rural Interest, such ss the Poultry Yard, Lntomol- ogy, Greenhouse and Urspery, Vet erinary Rrplle. Farm questions sna Answers, Flrralde Reading, Domestic Economy, and a aum. mary of the Kewa of th lf It Market Its- ports are unuauslly complete, ami muen attention Is raid to the Proanecta of Crops, aa throwing light upon the moat Impoitant of alt quntlona-Wh- en UBuy snd when to Sell. Ills liberally illuatn-te- d snd la InUnded to supply In a continually degree, snd In tbo best sense of the term, ie will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by tho day or week. We arc also in TIIJES Having bought out S. H. Snuglunan, wc will keep on hand a nice lot of Horses and liuggies, which A Ziivo And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. T. tfu;NJtfEiXEsr, 8TAn0,2cDiV. Agricultural Nowspapor. Respectfully, COAIj rTJEttI3Es a. The Volume of tba Country Gentleman for 182 waa greatly F.NLMIOEII by Increaalng lis site from IS to 21 page weekly. but the terms still continue ss fallows, when paid strictly In aliuDce: Onscopy one year, tlto; four copies, 510, and an additional copy for Ihe year free to lbs aenderof lbs club; ten copies, f JO, and an additional copy for ths year free tn ihe sender nf the club. aus-A- II new subscribers for lS3 paying In now will recelra tbe paper weekly Iroui receipt of admittance ti January I, 1843. without charge Specimen copies free."uTU Address l.UTIIi:il Ttll'KtII A HUM.Y. 93- l'ubltthcrs, Albany, N B. K. WEAREN IUNDERTAKER, Dealer in Furniture, MAIN ST., STAMFORD aBaBaVVS B pHII rafP'S,SV)taBaVaBW MILLINERY la dally rccelrlng new Mrs. Kate Dndderar, Has juat received a Ml Una of Parlor Suites, Chain. ber Suites, cheap Beds, Hureaus, Withstands, and be.utlful Millinery beat Cotton Mattrisses, Limp tands,Corner Goods of ererT description erervtblnzof the 1st est styles, and nolady who Intends buying sny- Ilracktts, Cent e Tsbles, Ei tension Tainingjuncriinesnouiti mi location ner. 1'ricrs bles, Ks tension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dinsslowaa the lowest, bhe Is thanklul lor paat Is-- v ing Chairs, Ac I also keep constantly on luad rs sod hopes tor their continuance. Mrs. Mollie Myers haa chaige ol the Msntus-Makln- g departA lull line ol iiobc,Shr uds. Coffins and Caskets. ment, which taa sufficient gusrsntee thst her cus89-- tf tomers wilt find no lause lor complaint. I also keep on hand the celebrated II ydUurgtsr Proof Orare Vault, guaranteed to bs perfect p.--o ! tectlon from vermlne, ground bores gphen, dampness and burgtira. Stanford, Kentucky, Lancaster atreet, AtliitiniNtrutor'N Sale I sell at figurea that cannot be beaten Call and As administrator of Jamea Williams, deed., I will on Monday. Nov. 20th, 188., between Ihe see me. Orders by telegraph promptly att tiled to houraoflOa.il. and 2 r. at., tell to the blgheat bidder, tbo now occupied by 8. C. Powell. The building contains about 20 rooms. Them la a siwndld garden also a comuiodtoua stable sud lot with never-- ! well on If, also a vsrsnt lot scrots the street opposite the stable, t.rties desiring auch properly would tod Ittotbrlr Interest to see this before else where. It laaurrouoded braarlcb Kurchsslog stock-raisicountry as there Is In tba State. There are S churches 2 ngular, aevcra' select schools In the place Tb people are generous snd aoctsblato a fault. There la a constant stream of and other travel through the place. commercial Every thing thing teuds to make It one of the moat dealraTila and nrofltsbls hotel stands in the Don't forget the day; Stat. made known on the dayevery body come1 of sale. Terms 7 AiHaSBSBtaSBKii Hotel In IIUHtourlllc, Ky., E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oponcd a Pino Stook of Consisting of Also, a Kioo Lino of BEAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS. I am oponing daily a Full lino ot the BostQoods in tbo Market, to be sold at Bottom Frloos. Call and oxamino. TIM "W. HIGGINS. Salesman. H. L. WII.LIAHH, Admr. ADMRS Three No. SALE. As Adm'.nlatrstor of Michael Cloyd, deed., I will sell at bis Iste residence, on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1882, 1 roa later or coach lloraea, one old Mule. I yearling alula, a goal brood Mare nreu ana toWlltea, jr., 7 1st nogs, inouosia, a nowsebock, 1'igs, 2 Cows. J Heifers, 230 bis Corn la Fsriulsg luplemeuts, lucludlng a ,rood Wagon, new Albion seeder. McCoriuack Mower snd Itesp- er. Hay liaks. Flows, Gear, dc, set uf double Use-ness, uesriy nw,auney. o siscis oi iisy, sisi a atacka of Hay on farm of thalate John Cash, bulk of Wheat, a Saddle nearly usw snd a gold Wstch. Tksus!-,8u- uis of f 10 snd under, cash; over that percent. amount, a credit of a months, bearing Intereat, on notes with good security. Will alio rent th Farm on which Michael Clord lived. Comalos 181 Aires of well Improved, well wstsreu and very productive laou. CARFETS.OII. CLOTHS TRUNKS & t U. M C..OYU, Admr. it, B. Persona oslng tbo estate will please sit indebted will tlastouce. sod host9 wuomit isror payment, fit their claims, properly alteaieu, M-t- d W B. CU)VI -- wt Shelf SE -- DEALim IN- - THY- Hardware, SHArTS. CORN SHELTERS, ' Iron, HOItSi: NllOF.N, HOltNU MIOK NAILS, Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, m Stanford Female College. STANI'OHl, KY. court-hous- With a Full Cerps of Teachers, This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Session onlbsjd Moadsj In ttoptemlier MU ALL TUE BKAttCUES Of A BLOOD BBBslBae. I J UwavV Ajl I Straw Cutters, Cidor Mills, Sorghum Mills, w . jSBI StoveSjjT'inwj'ar'ej Fruit Jars QUEENSWAKE, aLABSWAKE, EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS. Ad-roe- THORQUGHENOUSHCOUBSE ArUufbl,aa wall as ThaOieat Indian Herb ltemejy for all Diseases of the Groceries, And tho alt, ILiiiiie, MUBIO. TUB LANQUAOEtf. UHAW. XNO AND PAINTINO. Liver, Ntaumck, Ktduey,NkiH hiiiI Itleoil. Cures forms ol the most olstlnsts and luvet-rDiscs. arlatna from tilsorderediflcrelloni, Impure tllood and want of tons tn the bjst.iu. ItKegutates th Ilow.ls, Il l'urlnes th blood.lt Acts pa Ihe Kidneys, It 1'reuivle l)l(wlloa. Comont, &o. Also ait, THE CHAMPIOlff STEEL PLOW, G3ENUJGVK OIiIVJSU TERMS MODERATE. itiulsi MIM. jr In TutUon. fries sans from US to W0 to tb Departments. Frtusry, WS; IntsrusJIaU A H0j rrsparauuv, lav, aim uviiogiat, svv, tUtfr, l'leitnHrirtlitbl Bold by lIirTil:i PIOW. RooEb;, Qutter Htmr,ilu crlll-cla- fot full particulars, as to Board, Ao., address FrepsreJ by klcItoiiiiTS J M-l- , C, THVKHKAKT, frluelpMl 1 SUalsrd, Ltaeala Co., JCy, H. hTbARNES Ss CO., tsIngton, Ky 4 hriau. lets.. tiuutorJ. Hi, Drunlits exrywber. None cUi.R a better Flow, but hope to haye an equal. mg;, c, Urate ou snort nonce. T. M. JOHNSTON, B1 DAVID H1CINNSB, mm ft BlO SUMS tt MdHlt. f '( h A Vtnnj the Birmingham, Ala., district. In tho ten years from 1870 to Friday Morning, November 17, 1882 being to. When n young man in a J. 1880 tho valuo of silk production oi laihler ttap-- d sh hat pfjij polka-dott- M locks tho United States rose from fn his side-b- ar in A Lincoln Co. drives up buggy Farmf 200 Acres COMPAllATlrit VA1.VKH VI' OHM. front of tho hnuso whero sho live, nnd Scientist is estimated that tho total wool gjiik lightly of colored It HALKl she comrs to the door all rigged out In gems as alumina found in nature, crys- clip of tho United States this year will Mluetnl on the Irantllle a Uneaater pike, at Col. bridge. About Micro I o wheat, whlrli la Ilrure'a things which wo haven't timo to enu- aeedrd with ctoeer ami tlmolhr, making allium tallized nnd colored with oxide of iron, aggregate 300,000,000 pounds, worth In grata, well with aetcral and "valued st cnormon gnnis." It merate, nnd trips down tho front steps the entire farm lalltptiptlnii, wat niteral nerer abnoneoflhelarrrat hardly mines Ihd moro precious in fjen-or- 8100,000,000. and tho young man just tostcs her in- and tmliprlnt ponds In the ronntr, maklnt ll a dealrable itoek hnn llaton It a rd. eomforu-Tho enormous turn of $202,000, esteem to know that tho emerald, dwelling houee, lee houae, inioke houae and to tho narrow scat and gets in beside 000 is invested in tho lubmarino ca 'lam, grind raMn recently bill 1, a joune orchard rnby, wpphiro and amethyst aro almost her and taps tho horse with tho whip, of ISO choice appla trurt, kitchen. Harden, Ae, tho samo chemically, or that tho emer- blcs of tho world, supposed to nggro Tirmaofaaleniade known on appl cation llalfof whilotho buggy quivers liko a thing of nii'cli ae money' mar remain on mnricaie....... ....... mitcj in length. ' ' jlill.K nuil.lll.n. ald nnd tho aquamariuo only differ in galo 01,000 life and a joy forever, aud tho young lancaater Kf. color, tho former being absolutely priceA Uoion depot 250 feet long, man beside her doesn't know but evless, whilo Uio latter hni no tlctcrmlnnto with covered tracts extending 1,000 ery minute will bo tho nextone why, valno. Pearls only nro sold hy tho feet, nnd costing 8100,000, is to be grain. All other precious stones aro ercc cd at Mimienpolii. wo don't ice why buggy riding should sold by tho carat, which weighs four not be the most comlucivo to tho tenA 82,000,000 mortgago has been grains. Diamonds weighing less than a of nnything extant. dered carat nro moro valuable than rubies, recorded in West Virginia by a Phil Horseback riding is cold and distant, sapphires or emeralds of tho samo ndlphia trust company on lands in buggy riding is tho thing; and the weight. TJut all tho colored stones ex- tho rich canncl coal formation. longer the ride nnd the moro lonely the ceeding n carat aro more valunblo than Charleston, S. C, points with 13 BSCOHMENDED DY ritYCKIAKa road, so much tho better-Cor- n diamonds, and tho difference in vnlno pride to a wholesale trade of nearly increases very rapidly with incrcasa of 875,000,000 last year, an increase ol will shrink from tho time it is Oatarrh of tho Naaal nna Catarrh of tho Cnr, C,o or size. If n rnby is very perfect, and of nltout busked from tho field or shock, iu the Ulcornttral Throat. Itlstahon IHTtiRN ALLY, and 84,000,000 over the preceding Blood acta UIRCQTLY upon the8yatcm. find n rich, dark color, it commands nn excrib-- , from It autumn, in year. Muooua Surface of the 19 tho boat Blood Purifier In tlio travagant price. A flno threo-carAccording to tboMississippt Handtwenty to thirty per ceut., by Spring. WOLO, nnd la worth ALL thnt la diamond might bo worth from $G00 to for It, for THAT nlono. book, there nro 175,251 white and That is. 100 bushels will shrink to 70 81,000, according to quality, whilo It or 80, according to how dry it was DNL? .H1MAL CURS FOR CATARRH perfect threo-carrnby would find a 251, 138 colored children attending tho nr-ITIIR MAKKirr.atj Sound corn will when gathered. purchaser at from $3,000 to 3,000. freo fchools iqiho State, at n cost of And we offer On Hundred Dollars tor any Cneo ofOnttrrh It will not Cure. shrink twenty per cent., so that forty Itubies weighing four carats havo lccn 8330,701. WILL CtUK AMY CASK. sold in Eastern cities for 810,000. Scicents per bushel as it comes from tho Tho new Iowa Stato Capitol has Co, I OCIca ot A. T. Stswaht entific) writers class sapphires and rnbics thu iii.jtinee, iku. field is as good as fifty cents in the far cost $2,000,000, and it will Ml, Tolnto. O. ilturt. F. J. Chrntfit pica uro In IcrormlDT simply as sapphires. (icnlfcMcn. I tale Tho red sapphiro rcquiro 8500,000 to finish it. ji Spring. It is that I lu nod Halt Catarrh ltin. It boa is a ruby, and tho bluo ruby is a saplurotnio lira rery bad and don't liralutrtto 3G5 feet lone from North to South, Trra letters of Benjamin Constant to aay'hatlttnJciireanyeroof UiUutIi l( taken phire. Tho present demand for flno Youra truljr, side Madamo Recamior, which havo just been properly. J. It. 7tuTnraroto, rubies exceeds tho supply. It is not and measures 274 feet from the WOBTn 810 A IIOTTLK. published in Pans, aro fnll ot frantio walk to the top of tho central dome. exactly known whero those enmo from llicb., wrIU a ltaro had E. Mcat, JackaoD, sentimentality. This man, approaching ratarrn. for SO) can. Hall' Catarrh Cure cum About 1.C0O miles of new railwhich aro now finding thoir way into tho mo. Uonskler It worth tKlOOahotllei. CO, wroto to tho eplrituelle lady that ho eta per botttft SoUl by all Drueclata at I market, but it i presumed thnt many road were put into operation in tho hadlccn "crying all night "becausosho Maniifartnrnl anrl eolilbr V J C11E.VEY CO nro taken from old ornaments in family Southern States last year. Tho gross om IToorlctor. TOLEDO. OUtO. did not ciro for him; " career, ambiKur aalelo Hianfordby Penny A Met litter. collections. Sapphires aro very rare earnings oi Southern roads reached al tion, study, intellect, diversion, nnd scarcely less valnablo than rubies. 863,000,000 and tho net earnings havo disappeared. I am no longer any- OO EAHTI They mnko nn cxrpusito appearance, CSO fOIlTII t from 818,000,000 in 1880 to thing moro than a poor creature who properly arranged, und having small loves you." more than 824,00O,'O0O. VIA LOUISVILLE diamonds as foils. They aro apt to AMD 7IIK During the fivo years from 1877 bCow a dull color at night, nnd thoso aro Iln that once did you a kindness will OHIO & MISSISSIPPI H W. to 1882, the averago loas by fires in consequently most sought after which bo moro ready to do you another than sparklo by gaslight. Largo nnd per- the United States and Canada in the ho wticm yon yoursolf havo obu'gcd. fect stones aro of fabulous value. Tho month ot September nlono was a DAILY TKAINS 3 FranUliu Baxonoss Curdett-Coutt- s o has a flno This year, omitting the History oi Matches. to Cincinnati! Hall' CiUrrh Cure is liken Intrrnilir Louisville considered worth 3100,000. gflp. fires in which the loss was less than Tho fiftieth anniversary of tho in- It ncldirclljr upon tho blood and the mupfrlrcs and emeralds aro rarely set alone, THE EAST AND NORTH. S10.000, tho record sjiows J23 in num- vention of matches by three Austrians cous imrfucxH of the rystem. 'Trier, "6c. but with smaller stones, commonly dia Free Parlor Cara and New Day Cache Without Joss 80,205,000. Change. was recently celebrated. monds, which throw their beauty into ber nd the aggregate Fifty years For rale b l'nfn t McAlixter, Stanford. A If Catarrh has dentrojtd your ene of 4 relief. Expert jewelers aro not agreed DAILY TRAINS el Tramp's Philosophy. ago matches had only reached tho as to whother the Bappbiro or tho emerIn lh hippocket of nn old vngrant stage known as "lucifers," and wero iriell and hearing, Hall'a Catarrh Cure will laOiiiNvillc to jLotii.s cure you. 70 cent per bottle. urufXMtt ald is tho mora valuable, but tho last, was n memorandum book full of his clumsy and inconvenient. Fox and sell it. AND THE WEST. perhaps, maintains n greater popularity. $100 KEWAIIU own writing with a pencil, and some of Burke and Dr. Johnson used to lieht Sleeping Cara and Day Coaihea to St. Loula WithIts value increases rapidly with its size. Is offered for nny cue of Catarrh that can't out Change. The wifo of a railroad king purchased a lug philosophy is coou enough to be their candles with flint and steel, tho' be cured with Hull' Catarrh Cure. Taken preserved. His first paragraph reads: practice mado them moro skillful than internally. Price, 75 eenta. DAILY TRAINS 2 2 flno cnicrald a dozon years ago Drinking bad whisky because it is we would bo at such an operation. In LonlsTllIe to ImllanapolN, Chicago, for 85,000, "which is now worth probably 820,000. It is worn in a ring as n soli offered freo is like getting in the way 1825 an elaborate aparatus called the ANDTIIENOIITU ! taire, and needs no foil to enhanco its of bullets purchased by an enemy. "cupyrion" was in common uso. This Day Coachea and lEecllnln Chair Cara Through Ann Without Change. extraordinary beauty. bottle containing A Eccond reads: Honesty is the best was a For WnatilliKlaii, llMllliiinre-- , I'lillnilrl- policy, but some folks are satisfied sulfuric acid, soaked in fibrous asbes lililn, Arn loru nun iioaiou, a Loves. -KENTUCKY second best. It is hard to be tos, and tho matches which were about' STANFORD, Thla la the Viry Ileet loute, aa You Hare No Society insists that long, looso gloves with the Change ot Trmlo. two inches long sold for a shilling a Uavloe purthued t)awini etUbllilimtnt, I shall bo do rlyeur. Tho fat woman gots honest on an empty stomach. will continue the butlnfti and krvn fotnuntlj on A dry plank under a raiu roof tbed box and were tipped with a chemical band Kmb KolU Learilroad, Cfcko and a fu I Una Hart Thrcagh bay Coackiao 111 Tralant into them, and has tho satisfaction of CunfKllonrrlra, la 13 in jail, and combination of which chlorate of pot btCanllra. Krulta and otber the nubile. I will affording infinite) umusement to thoso is better than a feather-bewhlrU Unfit, tlio.ltfollun of Hare .No Midnight Chanaoat who aro not; entirely lost to a senso of one is not annoyed by the jailer bring ash was the principal ingredient,When a ao kerp Frnh Klih and aerie Arrlre at hu Loula it lloara la Adcaac af humor. Her arms, look liko twin ing in a equaro breakfast. Other Data, Ibcridiy arcuilnjt more time I r the end of the match was dipped into OYSTKUN AT AIX IIOUIIN. making change of cara and netting Ural choice Bologna sausages. Tho women with Peak aa' I liata mured the lerrlcet of A fourth says: Pay as you go. If tho ncid and rapidly withdrawn fire clerk, who will alwaja be (bundMr. Jann-- tnluliur 1 ol aeata In cara of connecting Mora. readr to bcautital arms vpoils ono of tho rarest haven't anything to pay with, wns produced. But the ncid was in to four wanla. 1'im'l tirgrl that I alio krp the of charms. Tho woman witb thin, ngly you Te Indlanapolla and Clilcago, and tbe only arms alono covers herself with moro or don't go. If you aro iorced to go, ro convenient, tho matches were likely COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Hi line gleing III tatrooa rMe along 8S cord every indebtedness and let your to be spoiled by dampness and tho ran lie lad & Where excellent tbe i borra ol Lake Michigan. less glory. As a matter ot fact no two 1IAIIHIN, tbe luwiat rale. J.T. soon went out of uso. In 1832 beings aro fashioned aliko; mnny aro heirs settle tho bills. Proprietor. For Tlckela, Balra, Time, Mi. .te, apply Io fearfully and wonderfully made, and The fifth explains: Wn should have tho first friction match was made and irurl AKenia ur v"Mriiii i.iue, or adJrm hands and arms aro as distinctivo as charity for all. When Winter winds was jokingly called a lucifef. Luciraaeergrr A(t , It. H. IlHtrVaN a. K. Cur. ttb and tlalu rjia., Uulatllkt Ky. There, aro women blow colli and drear we vags should fers were substantially tho samo as our eyes and mouth. W. H. 8IIATTUC, W. W. TEA HOD V, .whoso arms cannot well bear moro than EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., (Jen. Uupt., Oen. I'aaa. Agt., pity the poor fellows in India who are present matches, pulled through a Uattnuatl. gloves ovon in ball dress, Murlb-KaCorner of Halo altJ Third rilreete, t piece of sandpaper. The only change weather. having Why should they injure their appenrA sixth is recorded: Politeness costs sitfee then has been in altering it from DANVILLE, - - KENTUCK'S Cincinnati, New Orleans anoo by imitating nu actress who Mould bo tho first to rail at such folly? Ilavo nothing, but it is not expected that a silent to a noisy match and the in& Texas Pacific they not tasto enough to judge of effect? you will wake a man up at midnight vention of a safety fuaee which will Harlnf, recently refitted iny rooma with all Wi'the modern lupruTftuesta, I now bare the " ' Admitting, tasto, do tboy not possess to ask permission to go through hi ignite only when rubbed upon chemi'; Finest (lallcry in Central Kentucky! sufficient strength of mind to havo tho It is more courteous to tot cally prepared paper. This safety When vtitt Dinrllle, do'u't tall Us tall a'nd ace courago of conviction? Tho wearing match was patented iu Kugland in ma. rou him enjoy his nreiled repotp. Ueepoctrullr, of gloves, bo thoy four, or six, or twentytn, eOett Oct. ?Jy tm. Thero is one match-makinThe teveuth und taut wo noted down 185G. 4l-t- f KliWAKI II. TOX. is scarcely a subject upon buttoned, Oeoloijlcal Darter fbetouraphrr Kj. CINCINNATI bOUTUEUH DIVIolON. firm iu Manchester, Eugland. that which to wax eloquent, s same ns follows: When you pick upVui apMiUTIIUOUIIU. apparently trivial detail involves a priu ple core do not find fault Ikcuu&c it is makes 9,000,000 matches a day, and Not J, Nu 5, tv S .No I iteelf, but be satisfied several firms iu London make 2,000,- - KENTUCKY CENTRAL lx. h I gll ArroniiM all ciplo tho principlo of individuality, of not tho apple Lliu Kip, Jially aud fJTATIONH. D'.y Hal-- 1 K. Kit. From independence of thought, of propriety in with the grade of descent. Do nit be 000 to 3.000.000 n dav each. Ki.b' If. la'nd'y iWy ur rt- adornment. There is no such thing as ashamed of your occupation. Wccau the consumption of matches in (1' rupee f0 M 8 0 1', 4 M A.M 25 25 a 4t Lie. Cluclunatl. BCiiEclesa beauty. There is always n THE MOST DKiHUAULG UOUTE TO H not all le lord?, nor can wo all bo va- and Encland it is teen that about Uergetowu GO 11 2S itaill 10 reason why lieauty is lieaiity, however Islington ... 3l;ll 1'Jl 7 ID! 12 Oil mado in those two grants. Ah lean not be a lonl I should 250,000,000,000 aro . .. 12 011 7 1 12 20 .Mrhulaxllle d may bo of ignorant tho Hi VJ: 7 51 12 47 HUh UlMiu Be countries every year. In tho United a vagrant. a 13 I W llarrudabarg Jiiiicl'n . .12 35 tho causa of objective ilcaauic Kato not lament at being And decidedly lb Popular Koute, allurdtor, aa It L.-JM 411 IS I IC jluIIU lt truthful and outspoken that id, tell States about 40,000,000,000 n year Jix, lea, tbaugeaaud auperlvr accoiuinodatuma to I 28 6J, Field, Junction Clly I .. J 2 .., HZ.Y 3UU KuetrM,l. " them that you aro n Michigan fire suf are made, yielding a revenue to the Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, ... " Hului burulde.. A CUU1UVH LtSaUSD, tt atiefT t ' Ibwkwuod .. ... fct'nioiiulilo hour, or some government of about $3,500,000. . " fiprlng tbly .. This curious Hessian legend is re- ferer. Keep a The Nurtb rtorinweaianu Weal. Iufalt. Ifjou 8 2U .. ' Ibiyce. . . IUU ivnte luplala a trip In any dlrnlluu, yeur luteriet vug will get your plank first. A other corded by tho Urothcrs Grimm : 8 to. ... ,025 will I. elntaernd by purrhaalng your llckeu la Arr. Oiatiau uga.... A 880 nia, Conn., has lost her tallest if i and Uloclunati, ' 'iTralna cmcIi way J; full man kills his brother while they aro out Bo hopeful, cheerful and aoaTiiHouau and an: hbaaut New (Jhalr man Nathan L. Jolintou who died man I'alacei rtirniaht itACltuldf Day Cuaehea, loria Cara i..n.i,ai , INu.aNuii Nu 4 No 2 huuting, and buries tho corpse under Growling wout euro a sore heel. ol 0 feet 10 inch the upMiualnl eiiulbiueata tblaibla Old Htllable, on Sunday last. Ho was tvrd7iM". "r. w "iTi lloeou ol luxuthe arch of a bridge Years pass. Ono thereby making a trip ufer OOo 5M Tub Advickok a Bkauty.-- " A cel es high, so tall that a casket could not rious contort and pteaaure. Try It. a.reCbattanoo(a- -. I....J 1 day, n'shopherd, clossing the bridgo .... 7 4j ft 10 6 OS Voyuq-TIMrJTAtJLE, IN KVFEOt OCT. IK, 183. TM 7 Bo ' 8.rlng Ully? with his iiock, sees below a little, white ebrated beauty, whose compaction at be found in Bridgeport or Now York I 7 40 8 25 00 IWek wood .... sixty was fresher than that of our wo long enough to bury tho body in, nnd Uuruklde...,..1 ..- - lit ....... 1223 bone, shining like ivory. Ho goes down, folot NO.C. No. 4. Ho. I. rjvUIII, Ul 2 M ...- .-. ' Kouiereel picks it up, and carves it into a mouth- men at thirty, told mo," says a corres- a now una, had to made. Ono underfto asa 33 30pu lOOpu 'i' juuctlou'City.- -. CbvlngUu. ... 1IIIIU .. 4I 0 40 24 Dantllle.. . . for his bagpipe?, When ho began pondent of tho Washington Critic, taker iu Bridgeport had a cofliu G feet He. Kaltuvulb,.. VWlta i 10 II ui mspui piece S5I llarrodaburg Juuil'u HI 0 ID t(7 " Cyuthtana.... It) Ma m S Uw p u lUfSpru 4 11 3 11 lllcb Urldfu. to his horror, "her secret this Summer, and it was to play, tho mouth-piecOM l'rlt.. -. 11 sua u t ii v m ,1017 uu M NkaolalillU 4 inches long, that ho had made in an 41 7 00 111 IliiTpm u 15 Arr, Islington.n zj P cu ttliiiu It 25 piu 4 0u began to sing of its own accord ; Ualngtou .............. 2 30 SUV 7 31) p m divided into two parteJ First; 'tho ticipation of a demand for some possi- Lea. Leilugloa .k 1 p 7 S3 4 77 .. 2S5 2 'lourgetowo . p Ob, my dear shepherd I you t 21 p u a 20 p ui l2IOaiu Arr. CluclunaU . -. a25J7 4ut IBM 04 Arr. V)intn-ler1 81 p in used a wash rag or towel on her ble special occasion, not for any per00 Ul UtSaiu Mt. riterllng on ono of my bones ; by brother never WM AaaUud ... 7 ai p m' k.U. ALAUAUA OltklAT HOUTIUttN Oil p Ul 65aul face, but washed it with her hands, son iu particular, but ho thought a "' lluutlugton... assassinated mo and buried mo under tho VOO Cballauuuga.... e Lt. Attalla.. . -No. 6. No. 1. No. . 12 U Noklll. riming it oil' with h soft tponge. She man tall enough migiit.dio so mo time bridgo." 3 13 " ltlruilngbaia.,... 535 used clear water in tho morning, but and as his noighbora mfgh.t not; havo a I,n,.H""""ffL"1" TuKluua, Tho shepherd, terrified, took his T 13 a in 10 00 Ainianu . . Arr Meridian .l a ui to tho Kiug, who put the mouth-picc- o white castile soap and very warm wa suitablo casket, he could in; this way Mt.bterllng II an a iu - ) tte. Meildlau . . li To SO r Wlaclieate p7 to his lips, when straightway tho tor at night, and after drying it with find a market for his cofliu. l Xtfj lliluv Tunalvoi... 7A0 12 21 " ttirrulngbaui.. ..,. a ai S 00 p in 1 DO p Ul 7 Ltte. Lxiugiou. retrain began : Attalla 250 S 0 pui lleth t 20 p Ul JJ a ui " I'arli, a soft towel, bho would take a S0 r114 P ra V 12 atu i 12 a in Arr. Chattanooga.,.. "Oh, my dear King! you aro playing Mr. and Mn. Joaiali Hunl, tjio " CynUilaw.. 4 10 p m 10 IV a ui soapui brush and rub her cheeks, chin and " falinoutn VICKBUU1KI AND MKuIDtAN. assa&si-nate- d on ono of my bones ; my brother 6 IS p ui 11 55 a ui (ID ppi (!ufflunLin Second, ifsho was going to oldest married couple in Dennirigton Arr 20 Lte. MerUiau . I... 10 BO : ". Vr mo and buried mo under, tho forehead. . .,-..- . I... II Kurt.l..... Vt., aud probably ifTalijfVer-mou- t, V')!!jKMXYiVILiiiDivi'n0N " Uraailoa... ....... m.- -, M I. ..,244 be up lato at night the always alept as count' bridgo." Arr. Mayirllla6J0pia OLi LeilngtouApm ' .. ' 3 55 " recently celebrated witb, "Jtlieir N. 10 MaytilllewOOau) -- lAXiugtoa 25aui Art. JaFkaoa Nu. Tho King ordered all his subjests to try many hour in the day as she expect- I.- -. : 4 2" Vit.l.urt. Marailll 8 4ui No. 11 raria o juain. Lealu(toa(5pui La a. Vkl,urg-...,.,.- 1. , H I 100 From mouth to ed to bo awako beyond her usual time. frienda the couinletiou of'tboir iev- No.- li " Maynllloioopm in turn tho bagpipes. . .,. I . ' Jackaon .. j 10 41 ti TheirJ I.. '1128 mouth the instrument passed to that of She ituUhei, her little sermon on beau- cntieth year of mtrrledjrot Hraueod. .... .!...... e Ually.and.hu day tMfkft ) fVlf1 ? ' Korea! ... i ...... i 44 .,, ... ninety-on- e Zlaallll.WaJuLtUi.'PallwaariUaperai.iKaua. tho fratricide, and then it sang : -- .. WMM,tv ' Arr. Meridian '4 45 ty prewvatiou by sayiug: 'Soft wa tiges aro now respectively W wha nairvar " Oil, my dear brothor I you aro p'ay-in- g ter and sound sleep keep oil wrinkles and eighty seven years, but they nro Iuiiomralla.elipava aulatiirtiinicgi on k I wmi. VICICSllUHO. HUllEYtWUT AND I'ACIKIC. It. II. alalUna only uli. rail ma ! rltan No 2 runa dally, eieeut tra. Vlckiburg. on ono of my bones ; it was you who ...., I .. . I ... til u moro attculjon both well, strong, and entire. They uuday: baa through eoaturelo Iluu Jiulttai. No. aud girU olould givo I2S0 Delia... .............. ... aesassinated me I " 4 vl In tho hoUao In' which they .. ' 5 so still live ' u m tuMt. HtrrllDg and parlor lar to Mayarille. No. 5- Arr. Muuroe.. And tho King ordered tho murderer to this limn theydo.Jor cuach from Waahlugbaa rbgiiitday I 7 30 began hou.elccepiujr, und tlieplay with Lt. Delta "Willi lliarouilDf. uf lb irowi' lift USO to bo executed. ior.r,rfTK.vuUii,pnT,iy .1 2 00 I) tin golutf of lli bcaua feet ' " pride two goljletr, two nuuccra and llirraaloi.a. Nua, I aud 3 run dally, eicept Buu- - Arr. Vckiburg...A,. day, eud b Ibromh coarbea frum llunllogtaD irist'f r how lnietrd the ajmletu usy JOHN KCOTT, V, V. and Oen. Jlan do Bou 'No There were 1,008 miles of railroad two apoops which were umong their anil Ml blellln trlrect counclU at Usluatoa lt n.w.lnnall. Ohio: K r, iriiJiiin,ii. r ana be (tomeicrwolKiir klml, (be Great Or with elag be ItUbuteudyUwreaeeburg.Ky., Iff, n. uy. l,A. Oiif Bou A u. Clnelnnail, Ol It. COLL- track laid in Outober. Tho new rail- - original wedding present!. It id bopd and Vrrwllla,Ky HltaN.U. I. A cnaiianu.ia.iiius, ... man inviKOMinr win ct.rr ..can.. ...una,.- . A V. A ,. I'laiuura, C L.IUUIWN, J IIAItlir. 11 they may be iparcd U celebrate their W.HK.NDKIl, ll t af, V,, . A r. lUeiUIKK. "" "" '"" A. (1U'I l'aaa AirlkLAlU. f "' tilneri. ft .lmlliitnit For -- nix by Muoroe, u, lifneral omie, fotlnglou, Ky, diamond wedding. mile,, It', Kto 12,000 &)feUUr K,w,in-i- .STAISTFOED, KIT. Tlio mm oi 83,Gr0,000;fs no invested in the miunilnclnfo of iron in al Hittian Uf. Thcrn are two broods of .tho Hessian Fly (Ctcidomyia ilctl nic f or Jf the 'one fn tho Spring, and tho second in autumn. Tho fall brood appears in August or Septemtar, and each deposits nlnut thirty eggs tin tho leaves of tho young winter wheat. Tho eggs hatch in four days, and the larvro or maggots mako their way down to the baso of tho leaf, and between tho leaf and stem, where they feed upon tho juioo of tho plant, and causa it to turn yellow. In about a month after tho eggs aro laid the "flax-se- ctl slato is assumed, in which tho larvro remains until the warm days of spring, whon it passes into tho pupa, and afterwards emerges as the mature fly, at the end of April. The eggs laid by theso flics soon hatch and the maggots, after a few weeks, go into tho little, brown, oval form ol tho "flax seed" state, nnd produco flics in autumn, thus completing tho oyclo in the life of this destructive pest of thd farmer. As a prccntion, it ts recommended to sow a part of tho wheat early, and if afflicted by the fly, plow and sow tho rest lato in tho season. If tho pest is not abundant, tho crop may be saved by tho uso of additional manure, or by cultivation. Pasturing the infested wheat field with sheep io Into autumn, will destroy many of the eggs and young insects. The same good results aro obtained by rolling the crop. Only tho hardy and moro vigorous varieties of wheat should be sown in infested localities. Thero are a number of natural enemies ''of the Ileecian Fly, such as tho Ichneumon parasite, whoso combined efforts des stroy nearly of all tho flies that are hatched. Tho burning of stubblo is therefore not recomr mended, as it will destroy the useful parasites in large numbers, as well as the pest upon which they proy. American Agriculturist. The iu nino-tenth- knows Check: An editor who probably what hoj talking RbOHUMji NOTICE t CONDENSED 1LLE LOUISVILLE-&NASHV- TIME. cnuiirH mnrCTUHt. . .. a a . aaaaaawvaaaa1aaaawaaal thatjmggy ridingfiwndk:. vector tho lender, reeling. Wire don l, ff our part, leo how it could very well help Th National Hank offMnnford, Incatrl at flan-for- d, In In mate nlKeotiiikf.il drain up III Jill notc.holjrra and other erfllmri of aald Aatoclatlon art therefore h.rrhf notified to pre-ae- ot the noted nd other clalim rralnu the AnimDated, Htanfnrd, Ky . M. t, ation lor payment. IMI. MrHUHKHTN, J NO. UAIMtOAl mm:. rou rl il .mucin ,., Tn.ttNHdOINIl NOIITII. rn...... p,i. .....,k u .... .. llAnUAhn.l ..mt luyiinii.uri, ruor erlce . m ouDn,p, inurnini viim..i. .n.l Ki Hun. nliiht, I'ryer Mrelln eeery Wo.lnee.lat inn Much I, IM2. Hun.layf.cho.il at (lo a. a. It. K. Harrow 6 00 a m ttuperlnlendenl Lte, lllchmond .. .. . ........... S CO -- ... " taincaaler 7 10 " . ......... in nrnre1all.nT-ery-lonl'ailal.lelnnlon ...-- .. Prrarhlnf hy Ir J. W."Ct tah Orchard en Klnl and Third loM'i daya KutKlay Hchool 10 ... Stanton) Shelby tlty.-.-..DM" at a it Joe. aereranee, aurtntn.lent S3 lmMIJuncllon......... .... I0O5 " I)lllitJlliTr.HIAN, MX Til -I- ter I. r.McKJ. Ullehellihurg. cw mail i i avi iu nil n ..... It Kl . Ilnon.... ...- Union Prayer Meeting on miu (7ui7iiniriiurn. New Harm. It l p in WMfavliy tilfhti. 12 47 " Lebanon Junction.....,. Arr. 2 10 " " Clnelnnall Junction " Louliellle.p.. .....- -. IM I MhTII01)IKT,()UTII.-lt- i.. bunday C M.nlron, roornlrK ami nl(htetiept the third. Trater Meellnc ee.ry Thurnlay nlthu etufcday Keren. I at gin. a, a, Iter. II. ' Morihon, HuKilmendent, The Wo- men'aMlaalonary Ikielety rneeta here on the lit Handay In each month, at 1 o'clock mia. a. i, ), - nr, .. after-noo- .... . 81" m - ! , 11 ....... .... TUAIN8 (IOISII SOUTH. "XtaacTii f7Xiff? Lee. Lee. rfi-P- un HALL'S ouiona Cnelty-Chronlo Arr. I.lrlnr.ion blaefjrd. " Crahl)rthardT... laulnllle. .... Arr. lllchnioiHl,. Lt. Iineaiter. a RmlfiB en-ru- ed U.'2-L-IX K ,. tv. - .... . J .1 , . IM 4 sn a n 2 us pro m SO" 3 50 bl 'S " Want rTO(l.rnerrtb3 turn titTrrr I., rn In II .i.a-- uj Tti in itw . ,ni ' miiairHiuiw, mil rni,, baertanin bindina. and many rajiuWe fiatareii fMiml i n; Mreee lilhle. rvlla at Iht. A)wi HUfKiihi lliaiory .,r ih V. h.. ciiil.lo with IhepeeeetilndinlnHtnitlofi Irrnuwanl tohiatn . ii 1 fur urine, . Irvulara, mw".y eie. A it triuiisi, aTuna.irUri,iuiRTiiaT(itiiL real u, WE MEAjyvdy. ,e ... JMrnllitlilhlf, ft PULLMAN PALACE (JARS Mobile, Montgomery, ToMemphli, Llllle I and New Urleana. Emigrant toTexaa haee their choice of two rou tea: la Mrmphltor tla New Orlrana. Time much quicker and rale lower than by any other route. Illialaollie OPERA HOUSE, STANKOItil. kt. - W. T. WALTON, Proprfotor. Hcrn-er- ODI0KE8T, 0HEAPE8T AHD BE8T Itoute teallpolul la Mlaavinrl, Kamaa, Illlnoti, Indiana, Iowa, Nehraaka, Colorado, Arkaneaa. Only oiMUhang toChlrago, St linla and Kait lor further laforuiatloii alwut tlekela to the South, Kanua, Colorado, an i nlrant ralea to V. I'. ATHIIHK, Horl.l, a.ldn tlen, I'aaa, and Ticket Aa.1., lAularllle, Ky Or K.J Anthony, Agt. Manford. Ky. y 8liofSla(te, JetM. Klhl r.Hiilala i,l HeatlnK eapaelly, InaJIns (allery. ibfl. lleaaetnabl rale 6 t""l altrartlona. Ad.lrraa aa abore. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, ItlfUTIJT.aTANIOItl), KY., raPEIOD Kentucky's flHIB 111 Koule East Si ..nfarirj a1BE!&msl aKL i ., B. WINE, i liKataala TaMeti, ae. klarble Work ol all klnda rally eiecu-tr- d and aalli-faetlIe-ni- Ml sew 1 Monumenta, HeediloDee, Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line running and rati. PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPINQ CARS ami- oa appllea-llo- u - A SOLID TRAIN f.OlllH tile, ClllinitlUlllllKl Iiieluu, Ky., I,4. ' wr s oiiTWiTnv Connecting nrrrir (al tratna lor vl rASm&i T mSw-m- jfiMW- Ai vtha. r, VK lb aaiue sap-phir- Jeut with mig iijaaaaaaawkirS1 ailHj) TSTgstv Yorli. Dan- St. ten-car- CONFECTIONERY Title preiwaraliin la purely e4h!e ant fire fn ei all drlrlrii'Mia . i tltna. rota aul aian.ee. and U at4 ulrly .criaiit ui b'tnitail hliMtaiitWMCiua trim tbe liun.nl rjrat. m ll la nt ..auarwilii tu lheiotdllr.leaurt..ail,eli.l cbll eililrli elHMlbl All Virginia and North Carolina It M retMv a ll.er Witti,, Uaaw-- tren will tat Points. leraHi.lnvnd ll tu rtrrr l.fMMkiie.e I'larrnla ran yr. Inti.pr aar.ir li For tlekela and further Information apply Io apply and viiirioea aHi laam.i Iaarkbialvaly eiiMea yoi farr ell Hqeo. yournea.-ra- l ticket office, oe eddrrm lire ralni.l ,.r ll,. Huh peiea ll l lb mnly i trmm Ititler lbl If '. Iluptn twoui,r tlala ai.l-.lll- ) Iralera el twenty hie t.enl NHiiUwealern Ajeeat. SI0W Milariu. ImiImIU Ky. ceot. Try a buttle1 C. flKtUlli: A- Stanfwured 11. . iii.i.i:n. ogtn, oo j.km ftii'rti, rifarii7v,'y4v. C. W. MM ITU, Manarer, Taaa'r Ag"l. llen'l UL'I lllchiuond, Virginia. Tor eel n SUnlnrJ by I'aaar A McAurraa. I The Direct Ronte toLynchbarij, ville, Norfolk, icrSe'sverke. ". jaaiji i;nisr. large-mouth- BAKERY! YiooMSlWtfflS? ttn, IU.tritU. l4rtl !T MANNING'S ILLUSTRATED . 4 It, lllftawtHlCH! h WoMlat mim at, -HegMf Ot rau .tlvr1U m JW talkrct r .Mrriaktvrr iUrMMi, l( P' ait tTttf-- j Mf . 141 r fW iTiiiirMMMii ifMtt ttt (! .rl STOCK-BOOK- S Mtw4ta lttHiitf4Urr f HktN Catile U " t r l.tXH (. rt rau, 'i laMaTt Jnt, V fjv.Uejsl, a lUtwvurf rbfl4i miter- r r mmmf 4iHwm i ft 'turiinnfiiwo'ui . .it. m.. it it'll i rik i .V ' a d UiinBFTHSPEDiGREESEEDS SEEDS Pnrtha IrlPBftHaNTonoiirKeeW"" SEEDS For tho MARKET CARDFNER FAMILY For tho n, SEEDS n.rnwn KyPRIVATE or nr SEEDS ifaniuna oue Pneme trllandMiuio lllualrntrd Catalogue and Kami .IIKHCHANTS, N1LMI US YOIK Ilf.MI.MXS Excelsior Art Rooms tt rlllt Tlt.tDH I.IHT. DAVID LANDRETH&SONS,SEED GROWERS, PHILADELPHIA fAI-H- lt'ttrr l'UMi: TO ALU red-ho- -- THE-- - - hen-hnut- Railway. 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